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Written ttotice aimrt be given to uke ont and stop ad
rertisemeatr of yearly advertisers before the year ax.
pi res, otherwise we shall charge till done. .
Ns contract of yearly ad vertisemenu will be discos
tiaued wrtioot prerieus notice to as, nor will any charge
be made for less than one year at Uie yearly rates.
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ed for will be charged for the excess;
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Dally, per annum J $3 00 '
' Tri-Weekly, per tunum, 4 00
Weekly, per annum, 3 00
One V. eekly for two years, or two Weeklies
fur one year, in advance, 6 00
When the Imily, Tfl-Weekiy, or Weekly is to be
discontinued (paid in advance at the time subscribed
for), the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be
. . continued , at our it:on, until itt fur and slopped.
If not id, it must be paid at ttie time of discontiuu
ance, or at our option. 11' the party is good, it will be
sent until paid.
Remittances by mail, in " registered." letters, at our
PUBLISUED DAILY, TKI-AVEEKLY, AND "WEEKLY, BY SMITH, CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEPJCK STKEET.
NASHVILLE, TENN.,:AYEDNESDAYr JUNE 2, 1858.
AW SERIES NO. 780.'
Ll: X .X.J1K -iLiL V H1LI 1LZJ JLJ -u-1 Lii- LL uj Jli x'. J1 o
.' General Agents nnd Collectors,
JV. 94 COMMERCE STREE1, M0STG0MEHr,ALA
HAVIVG ample Stnraire, are priared to receive
and make liberal advances on Consignments when
Gesiretf. . - , : : .
, ,.... i itrmticmi.
- Farley. Jnry Co., N. O. i Halfinan, Esq., Phlla.
Thrill. Old tc Co., Mobile, ttiaba ie. tl-, Baltimore.
Josiait Morris, Umi-, Mont
Huriot Holmes, Cnarles-
Kail. MuAes Roberts, do
ton, s. C.
John M. Winter, Esq., Co
Watts, Judge It Javksou ,io
i. Couklin x Co., N York,
KimtR, Whklehs ft Co.,
N. M. Cirrs. f
titorrs Brothers, do,
AV. A. JOIIJN'SON CO.,
. 27 CAR0XDELET STREET,
- p, ; -r. --. - -. . "
It. T. FL.K3I1'G, -11
O 3 S L , 'S 1 ft K ,
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
(iletweeu Cherry and Summer Streets.)
tfy orders from the country promptly aUuudcd to.
iuy -t f
a. U. BVBL
R. J. LTUO.
II. II. IIAYXES & CO.,
AGENTS Etlli THE
Purchase and Sale of Negroes,
At B. W. Porter s old suud. No. S3, Cedar street,
fyl Xnalirllle, Tenu.
C. II A It Ja 12 ST IIEGU1X,
HOTJSE, SIGN, AND
Ko. 52, Callage Street, up staira, opposite the
Sawaiioe House, Kailiville, Tcnn.
Jan. 1 if.
S. SAliO MOX,
TRirilCAL VATC1WIAKER A.D JEWELER,
NO. 36, SOUTH MARKET STREET,
NAMli ll Li:, XliMSEE,
"TT, il'LK rei'pucU'ully anuouueu to the citi
VV inSof Nashville, luiU he has periua
...... i...-,.t. ,A iiiiiifii' it ittkiivt unJ lji tr-
UUU 'J ivwit. .. ' ,
.1 to uecuiu anv work in his line. He Vk.
uoi . to receive a liberal ishaie ol patrouatje,
J 'CC. ii u
ATLAM A, i -.
C0NSIGXMEN1S of any kind of Tennessee Produce
or manuUcmros are reecti'uliy solicited.
- Aavaucei mude ou al cousitjumeiil as soon Cs
eceived iu store.
IV-ina plwdgod n..t to engage in seculations in
produce on bis ou nccount, the above will givo bis
exclui.ve ult- uiioii to tho uiiorusis of those wno may
favor him witii consignments.
Jan. I.Isob lydt Q0- 15
JACKSON t ADA31S,
(WEST OF CHATTANOOGA PElfJT,)
L u m b er IU e rc h ants,
AND Manufacturers of fKMr, Sash, Blunts, Frames,
Mouluiugs, Aich.travi-K, Mantle!', liiso boards, I'l
iasiers, Weatner-boaruiug, i'oolar and Pine Flooring,
huelvu.g, Goo is Boxes, aii-1 all kinds of Wowd Work,
nooos-aiy for the msi'le linihh of Frame and llritk
Houses of every description. Oi tiers from tho sur
rounding country solicited. All work uurcriilly put up
as not to be injured in shipping- Such primed and
glazed if desired jauS uau wlymo
TKasUvlUe liiimlitr Yavd.
J. C. DAItUEX,
Lumber, Shingles and Boards.
1 HAVE ou naud a Uige lot of Ce.lur, Yellow and
While Pine Flooring, clear White l ine, Joist.-, l'op
Ur Plank, scantling, (iiaie Cedar, Ccttar l'lank, and
Poplar thingles. 1 liavo live Mills culling Poplar aud
Clar, one ures.sing Poplar, ana one dreading Yellow
.. .', 1.. kl. uL-iinr 1
t iuo t looriny. uno ciiiiikid juviiiuv, -
Poplar shingles; all lu cousunt oiteraliou. 1 can sup
nlv tnv uuiiutitv of Lumber and j-hiuijlesal tho short
st notice, and at the lowoxt prices lor tlie cash.
Leave your oruers lor prompt aneuuou vnu
J. C. lAKlil.N,
NaaUvillc Luuiber Vard,
marSl No. Ill llroailway,
j. 11. c u 1111 y,
rune v ; 1 V n d o r lake v.
X AM nrenared to furuish Collins of every de.scrip-
J. tion, from the lino Casket to the pUment servant
Collin, together wun everyiuing u-cr.Mrj wi r.mn
ls. Allordew lelt at my Ware-Rooms, IK-aderick
street, next door to tho l p and Cp uvery Maoie, oe
iweeu Cherry and Summer street, will receive my
ttrmniiL utintiou boLh dav and nn:lit.
- Furniture reiwired or mane to order In the best
ty'r - lyi J. H. Cl-KUY.
1112 31 O VAL.
JOUA V U lv sAi k o .
TJAVE removed their UtKk-ltindery
eir UtKik-llindery gaitjitX
Trailers' llank to jf-jljA.y
le iuar Nswa or- W-y
iwuen U'adei ick '''
II from over Hie
the second story of the
vif-K 1111 llo ullev bi:twucll
ud L'uion streets, where we have a spacious room and
are well prvpureo. to do all worK 111 our line.
We have auue stuck of lllauk-Uook l"aiers,and war
rant our work Ui suit our cusunuors, both as to work'
niiitiithm Mild nrice.
We took the premium at the Mechanic' Fair Tor the
best made bloua-tiooks, and are doloruiiued not to re
trograde in our work.
Music B.Kks, lUrper's Magaziue, and all periodicals
brought to us will be nauusomuiy alia won oouuu.
Old numbers of Harper f uriuslied to complete books,
Nov. 'iA du
HOY 13 CO.,
1ca luslalc, Xevocs, c.
"TE will pay the Uighest prices for likely youug
t T Negroes. Casu savanevs maueou .-vg,roua cou
UKUe.l to us. We will keep cousniutly on baud n
g rocs lor sals at the old staud of Win. 1- boy a. No
J. Cherry street. NanUvtlie. I'ena sitl
. . . a , 'W . . -
SIirillK 11m, t riiiii Mu c.
fr'HE subscriber respoctiully auiiouucos to the pub'
I . ... . . - - ir. t,t liin ill. I
JL lie tuat ue ciHiiiiiu " ,,i.,iiiii - .....
stand, in spring Hilt, .n iages, .Piggies, Harness, Kc. ,of
...1 ...1 .,u.v,i.f...t. 11, .ia'i.-i'jAii tfubsiauiml
WOI J OKJ 1C m a ,- r
...! ..n u Ima-.arlil lurilll M.4.AI1V tltiier lUOllU-
PlilUUl Will v , w. . -
faclurer id th stale. He us-- none but the very best
materiaU aud employs none but lue uut skinl.il and
experienced workiueu. Honce, he llaiws liiinlf
that bis work will compare uiil lavoraolo with the
most superior jobs lurue.l ot.l oy uie ow wummi
menu iu the West, aud as be lio uo high rents to ay ,
. 1 .. 1.... .... .1.1,1.1 .& i:i Iwi luai h more UHKlt-r.
li IM pril. C , UC U a hv J
.... ih.n ll.ru. .if r-IIV rawLnlili(illlA,atj4.
mi" " "J ... ,
a-,....,. r lnv.liriL (burr au l W i!iianion who
desire to piireoase a Carrtogo or buggy, of tue tlnent
. . ...a.,.. ..;n.rl... w.,ri:iii in.1,111. Hf. lUVlt-
BIIU11 KI1U liW Ulim a,vat ' - r ,
d to a 11 at the niauulactory of the subs-nber wher
Lney can oe um-h.
fgjtepairmg done In the beat manner and on rair
terms. ' l,'l-iE.
Spring Hill. fth l?rnrl w
li W A U lv
Slt liaVkl XLL lIS s t
TATIOM All V A M IKTALE
From tiuree to twenty hone power, Cirenltr
Gate and Malay Saw Hills, complete; Mam
lfet and Letter Freasea; Locomotire and Cyl
inder Boiler, MachiniiU' Tool, Steam Wnis
tlea, Bailroad Jack, etc., etc.
rilULlH Po Uble Eagiuesare eax lally a.U4r4 Vs
I buuiUtion mes; beiug caauy cornea trn
iMjtut to anoUier auU apphml threshing gram, gsa
img cotton, stc., tot- Ihey aremakm circular aa
Sulfa that rViuin one hand thaa any other eireu
Ur mih now iu u. They are -ll.i.g th.-tr m-chaie-rV
Juj., at 20 per cent, trs than hv year's prwefc
i CaU.io.i-4e of jlAuuluctures and srale of prices
nTy be had oa spphcauou to Messrs. Armstrong a Co.
Ku 6tf Market street, or to UieCooipauy 's Ageut,
. C. ti. CAMK.at Cuomii-rcal Hotel,
larCT-lf- . Naahvule, Tena.
L Auction Caril. !
THE subscriber having coiisummoW "r"''mf
with Mr. A. M. -l-luS au exprwic.vl uUr
Anser, will aWl and wake aales of Re!
tH-uuboa-. Uphold Z
"H-f ' ' ' ' '
" liue Liiuuber.
rrf FEkrr Worked Whits Pint floorm
7 D . U U U j-t TcA a4 for aauj ey
o. y. Ucikzr
rrom S. M. FETTTNGnX CO'8 Advertising Agency,
119 Nassan street, Nsw-York,
and No. 10 state Street, Bostoj.
P. & Co. are Agents for the most influential and
largest sirculating Commercial papers both in the
United States and the Canadas.
Irish Linens Damasks, &c, &c.
THE public will please bear in mind that the G EX
CISE GOOIW are always sealed with tlie rull sig
nature of the Orro, viz :
EICHABDSON, SONS & 0WDEN.
J. BLLLOCKE k J. B. LOCKE, Agents,
SQ Church St., near Barclay St., New York.
KALIalF: WEST, Corbett, OTfaater.
U. jyi. UOVA-X, Miller, Master.
ILLIXOIS CENTRAL RAIL ROAD AT CAIRO,
AND ALL CITIES ON THE LAKE SII0RE,
And Firat Clasa Steamers for
Memphis and New Orleans,
AT ST. LOUIS WITH THE
And First Class Steamers or Upper
Kansas, Nebraska, Utali, Sew
31exico and California.
Piowengnrs for any of the above Ptafs, or way
points, will find excellent accommodations, on ap
plication to either of the above tt.ie pusseiurer and
freight steamers, one of which will leave tins city ou
Tuesday and Friday,
Making close connection with Railroads aud Steamers
as indicated above. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
aprU-tf A. HAMILTON, Agent.
Nashville & -New Orleans Packet.
WM. STRONG, Master. F. SHACKLEFORD, Clerk.
(1 ,500 tons burthen.)
THIS maguiflcent fast running I ' "V- 1
steamboat, drawiugoulyo fr!?Z?'i:&X I
feet waU-r, will run as a regular Mfafc-w'Vi . MacA
packt-t during the present season. Having sujiei tor
accommoilalioiis for Pansencers, stock or fre'ght, we
solicit Tor her a share or public patronage. For freight
or passage apply ou board or to
A. HAMILTON,"" "JH Market street,
JOHN I. TAYLOR, V. S. Mail Packet OlDoe.
H. H. HARRISON', Front Street, mid
P. F. 1 1AIUJCA.STLK, " " Agents.
B. DUT'IELU, Agent, at l'erkiua i Go's, N. Orleans,
Nashville, Rome, Carthage, Bnrksville, and
Waitsbora' racket. .
ItfaACIIi: laKU'IS J- RaTEit ax, Master.
T TAVIN'l purchaefd the above
the above M -. -'"'IV
lie, I most KxWS5SSJ
portiou ul fil' i r IT "
XX b'Ktt lor tins trau
vour oatronace. lhe blanche lat-w.s Will run rega-
larly in tho trade, fehe is of very light draught; lias
excellent passenger accommodations, uud well adapt
ed for the upper Cumberland. All business entrusted
to mo shall be promptly aud luitiiiully atle ikUhI to.
novl4 tim JOHN L. HATEMAV.
GIFTS. GIFTS. GIFTS.
rpiIE following is a sCm.iiLl.Eof Proieriy which
X will be given to Purchosurs of books at lhe time
oi sale by
The United States Benevolent Society Cor the
Diffusion of Usetul Knowledge :
Pat. Eng. Lever Gold Watches, limiting cases, $100 00
Patent Aut hor Gold Walclics, nuiilnig cases, 76 00
Puleiit Cylinder Gold Wulcuof, hunting cases, to 00
Lames' i"IU Watches, liuuliiig coses, 00
liuiiliug Silver Levers, huutiiig cast's, -o 00
Geuls' talHoruia luamoiid fins, iselin 18 caret
Gold,) '-5 00
Gents' California Diamond Lepines, Y 00
lirbe double casJ Miu.atire Locauls, 10 00
seta of Cameo 1'ins and Uropa, 10 oo
Gold Sloue or cauieo tleovo Lultous, 6 00
Gold stone or caiii -o stu. Is, 6 00
Gents' Gold i'eu and Gold cast), large, 10 00
Ladies' Pen and Gold cose, 6 00
silver Pencils aud Gold, tiireo extensions, 7 60
f liver Pencils and Gold Pens, 2 io
Gold Locketri, two glasses, V 60
Geuts' Filic Gold UiUS, heavy, 8 00
U.lifV Gold biec-l Puis, 2 60
ladies' Gold ljir Urops, 2 00
Geuls' Hold I$o.-.om Minis, v '! W
Geuu' Gd l Sleeve bullous, S bu
IjiUi.-s' Gold Pencils, 1J
Ladies' Gold Rings, 1 &"
Gents' bosom I'ins, 1 &
ljtdles' Golf Ribbon I'ins, 1 00
Fme Freuch Gold SO day Clocks, 24 00
Fine heavy s'llver Pl.it.-d Contois, 14 00
salver Plated lablo spoous, heavy, per set 6 00
" " T.-a Ssk)iis, " " 2 5o
" " T.ible Forks, " " 4 OO
Besides a larue and valuable ass irtmentnf misceita-
nnous arlicies, both usetnlaud oinaineuial, varying in
value from -a cenls to x).
Oue of the above ailicleM will be given to the pur
chaser of each book at ihn time the work is sold.
Anv iM-rsou bv lorwaruinK an order for bo.;ka, with
monev enclosed, wul receive an ext.a book and gift
with every leu books, sent to the order by L press.
All orders lor Books a ill be promptly aud impartial
ly Oiled. ,
TIih af!fl in all cases will accompany tlie Bonks
snigie books can bo seal to any u.nt by mail. Cst-
sloKues ol Uio books will Uasuut uy mau to ouj uruor
toh -'r 11,6 following Riuks taken at par:
Bank ol ocoi.k,
" si1k1si v11ls,
' " Nvoiviiik,
" " lsvsk.vckhi'iui,
M. C. niitfk.,
Aoevt ro tmk Suciinr.
Old Post-offlre Puildiug, corurr of Cedar aud CUei ry ,
Nanhville, where the books and Gliu are open lor iu
epecliou, y and night. febll tf
THE CRYSTAL OIL LAMP,
For Hum in ; the Crystal Oil,
Combining Econoriiy and Safely.
Patent Rights foe States anil Counties for Sale.
THIS Important Invention lor produclig the cki;vJt'
light lu the world i now perfi-ctd aud offered to
lhe pobhe. Numberless ftther attemta have been
made to produces cheap light, but wore alleuded with
sua h luhereiit objecUons as to destroy their utility and
a-loptma. But vue Crystal Oil Lamp, while It is the
cheapest, is bvlh mij aud wralje ui every po.iti.iu,
makiug a ciear, wAtMand brmuuit lUme eutirely free
frtan vmik or odr. Dmreta uo aauer from explo
saa, but is prfl) under all circu instances. The
oil can be used m any place without f.-ar of soihug the
nicest garmunu. Tu tamps v nmplj) arranged aud
perfectly coctroiable by the childrcu and doniesurs,
aaJ So conuruclwl thai the light can be varied la a
moment rrom that ot one to evitteea r tweuty or.U
nary lamps. Wtiile it is fice Iruin the disagrebla
smell arising from the kerua.tne aud lha lUiigt-r at
tun ling the uae of tc buming do.d, it is found upon
selenitic comparison to produce
As much Light for OXE CE5T as Xeroaen will
for THBXE CZSTS, or Borning Fluid will
for SIX CENTS,
Thus saving nv.-aixtls of the entire amnent mow
ponded, or the price of the simp la aooul a sauatli.
TUe mr adai4e 1 to all sitiialtn.ia, making the cheap.-
aud mimi desirabhj light lor svefy pt tlie U;g"t
balls or churches as well as ptivaie UwellinjES. lhe
iki-nt on Uiis la nip for Uie dirvreui Mail", aaa 0ora
tie- throOkfhout the Union, with Ui exclusive sale of
1 1 Ovui-lICmI. M tOm lu tu imuhe, preavntmg
a rare oportiluil V lor men. ban U lai secure fuv lUetu
rives the mooop..iy f a trade suurvly frar froaspa
sitiou. Facilities are otuni'lrted f Um manula. lure
of Du- lamps tu surh aiiUtirs ttiat they will be tare
ished to tiut purchaaei ut riKliOa ui aay style, at suck
a cost as will yield aa almost uKredulous x-ait. ne
rigbu will b. akwsd v.r uumediawly, aad the loaips
and ott dehar4 s sa as deatrsd. As no Umjm or
utl will b. a.4d to aay but purchasei of righu, sU let
tera if ft K lite riiMi wdl at be aotnei. laiimia
OicsUoas a Idreaaed to the "Cryaul Oil Lamp Co." N-
Mercbanu Row, will be promptly attended to.
Crystal Oil Lamp Company, No. 6 Merchants
Tbe 31ountaiu City II ydro-tber-
FIR lull pertwuurs ai ureM 1 . Carletoa Cnyls, M.
1., at Iiloo, G. Uuiaia is kald lOO miles iroox
.IU an la, and 40 miles from Chattanooga, oa tbe taor
Mata Koad. aJsolua, stay t, twmww o'r
From VISCHER, OWEN & CO., General Advertising
House, Apple ton Building, Wo Broadway,
. . , PIANOS.
THE subscriber respectfully invites the atteutlon of
tlie public, aud of purchasers particularly, to tbe
superior Premium Pianin, Manufactured by him.. A
splendid assortment constantly on hand.
Our Pianos have received a Premium two years in
succession, 1856 and 1857, at tho Fairs of the Ameri
can Institute, Crystal Palace, in competition with most
of the leading manufacturers of New York and Bos-'
ton, aud are unquestionably of the best quality of
tone, full, round and brilliant, as well as hiiish and
durability, and we Hatter ourselves, by the approval
of renowned artists, in venturing to say that our Pi
anos stand superior to many others, and equal to any.
4raa-S fiano la regard to volume of tone and elasticity
of touch, combined with the greatest firmness, which
is very rarely met with in other Pianos.
We respectfully solicit an examination from strang
ers and friends to convince themselves of the above
before purchasing elsewhere. All our Pianos are war
ranted. H. HANSEN,
Manufacturer of Piano Fortes, 100 Centre street,
aprS-tn New York.
jLTlGiIT! LIGHT !! .LIGHT fl !
X AXUTACTC KKK8 OT IMPROVED
Kerosene, Caraphene, Fluid, and Oil Lamps
l.H VARIOCS STVXEJ AND J7IMI.1U.
CU AX lWlLlli US,
MADK TO ORDER FOR
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
No. 132 William street, uear Fulton, New-York.
aillusir, pianos, &r.
SEW 1V581C STTOlltt!
C. 1). IIEIYSOX IJItO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds
jIUSICAL aHERCIIiXDlSE AMJ PIANO FORTES,
TaROM the celebrated manufactory of Grow Cliris
1? toplier, New-York, and the best Melodeons now
used in tlie United Slates, manufactured by George
Prince fc Co.
Attention of the pubic is called to our largo cata
logue of the latest publications of Music, Music-books,
and Instructors of all kin Is. Also our line stock of
Guitars, Violins, Violinccllos, nnd banjo-strings, lu
fact, every thing in the Mufical Instrument line can be
found nt BENSON'S
We respectfully Invito small country dealers, Teach
ers, and schools, to give us a call before purchasing
P. a. All kind! of Musical Instruments repaired at
No. 20 Union Street, first door from College. Jan.15
Loo kins-Glasses, &c.,' &c, &c.
t nave now in store a nne fiock
itf I'i.imns MltMlrtonft. Window-
Shades. Artists' Materials, etc. . and are V,T"1
still ni.inuf.u lnriiiu lnsi.lo blinds all J "
kinds of Gilt Works have recently added largely to
our stock of
Ornaments Tor IVTIrrors, Ac.
In a word we intend to kkep up with the timks, please
our customers, and induce them to patronise uomk in
stead of Bending abroad. W. & R. FREEMAN,
fcb7 No. 12 College Sh eet.
Fine Pianos at Private Sale.
BENJ. F. SHIELDcS has now, and will be receiving
regularlyNiirei t from the manufacturers, a Hue
a-ssortmeiit of the best make and styles, which we are
authorized to sell on tlie most liberal terms.
Mar8. UESJ. F. SHIELDS. Acent.
Hacks Hacks Hacks !
HOUSES, BUGGIES, BAGGAGE I'AItS, ic.
A FULL supply of everything in the LI VEHV STA
2. tiLE line always at the service of cilizens aud
strangers, i wisb to call especial attention to my
present slock of
EXTRA FIXE HACKS,
Which are the Quest ever before otlered here o the
riding community ; and in connection with them I have
ciuKaut Horsos and excellent drivers. Orders for
Hocks, tit., sliorld be left at iuy MabLc, just below the
Post Oiih Chui cli street.
upraJ-tl" M. S. COMBS.
Scwanee Liver w Sale Stable,
0. 30, lltb.T 1 SliCUET.
II. II. IIAN3IER, Proprietor.
rpill.-r old ctibliUed stable, supplied with the bust
X stock In tlie country , coiitiiiucs to furnish
HOUSES, BIGGIES, CAMilAGtS, PILETAXS,
And all kinds of conveyances at tho shorlesl notice, at
any hour uuriug day or cutht.
Bjr lhe stable is sjppiied with a number of Box
4gr Nicking and Docking atteuded to; also, break
ing and traiuing ol Iiorws.
sir II irsea boarded by the day, week or mouth
Persons living lj;io iit to, aud vsuthig the city, will
tin marked alleunon Kivuu to tlieir slot it ly l-acing
I at lue Sewuuee stable. aprlii-tf
LIVER V STAI1LE.
X7M. T. WRIGHT k CO., would reflect
? luily utl'orm the citizens of Nashviiie
and tho public guuuruliy, th.it the
purchased the well known IJverv stable ana iuu 1.1.11.
aud uxturcs, formoriy occupied by t m. J. Phdiis, on
M irkel street, just beiow the Spiare.
We have in si rale lots and box-sbtUs to accommo
date drovers, aud all our frieuds wuo may tavor us
with their putronaKe.
We pledge oiiisuavrs to give t itisfartion in all cases.
We have a large number of line taJdle Horses sud
One liunicies to bir at alt lim9.
The lact is, w Uo uol mteud being iurpassod by any
Stable m the southern country. Come along and see
febd ly WM. T WRIGHT It CO
THE C Ik CAT EST V0.DEB OF Til F AGE.
l'.;n;i; lrolllc Corn,
PitOHl'll.VG from 8 to IS ears tu the gram. A small
lot of lue seed lor sale by
WE1.LS, HtKifi-.R CO., 21 Cedar street,
Aud E. C. MlNCilIN, Liucolu Hall
mar 13-1 in
Lumber, Lumber, Lumber.
SQUARE CEDAR aud all other kind, of Lumber can
bo bad at lhe Lavergne Saw Mills, ou the Nashville
and Chattanooga Railroad, 14 utiles from No.Uvillc.
lanila ro J W. KIHUHKIJ.
Pa C ANDERSON, Noa. 43 and 47 Cotle Street
. Ua in store and for sole, a heavy tot of exool
leut UwJC-Tauued S"i-Lejlliur at afi ceals p r pound.
Call soou tf you wish bargains 111 any kind 01 leather.
I'. A C. ANDERSON,
Kos. 44 and 47 College Slrwt,
jacli-tf a few doors trom brvad.
SAVE 9IOXEV& KEEP COOL Tl
OUR Ice Depots are now in realiae,ande earnest,
ly request all mho wish to boy loe during the ea
s.10 at a uniform price, to call and supply Uisaia lvaa
with ts kts and regwtv-r their aames aa regular pat
runs thereby sav e an advance ou Ih. artaJe u too
La lor part of the seasou.
tlur tithce. are. Cherry street, next duor to the Bank
of 1 .unease ; at llanlcaslle's, r runt street, aud ou
curuer of Ckui cU and in. atrvew.
C. C II. MARTIN,
prCO-tf li. LAW KENCr-
BUSHELS be4 Oau for solo by
P. k C. A.VPERSOX.
Btuve No. Ah ft 47, College iMreet
Shrlton's Marble Works I
Cfcurck stroat, swxtdoor to Cornelius's Cabinet-ahop,
rpIIE adsrsigne4 wauld li.fortn lus frirads
- X aad the pubis generally tb.4 he will c-j-tmua
lb MAKULE blsls ut tnts city, at
bis shop, next dtwr to Curneh'ts's Cabairt.
shop, ou Church Street, aad calls ai?uuoo Ui
UK .tix k of
Marble TOouutsnta, Taissbs, etc.,
IThica h aas oa exaibitkia aad fur saW, efabracitif a
great variety , lluOod la Um teot stapat b Baaiiuer.
tla M prepared to Btaimlacture oal tba tlualmt Botirw,
.narbls .Hnlala aaJ .very ilraritia 1
.TlSir bi tt ork., ut Uw aueaS Asuncu and Ital.
lau itai km. iias work wdl, aa aeretuCora. be war.
, ranted , aud bia h a to ait:l Uts luws.
puis tf M. L. EUI3.T0M
FOR HIRE, ....
T0fl lbs kalaac of lh praeenl yaar, a good, arUve
X yellow boy, about foortaaa yawn of s,. Imois
rs.sni.iMs. Apply at Uua QilVra 4
J. P. Ford ?nd J. IT. Callender,
Hare associated themselves in the practice of
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
OmtJ axb RaesDExcx, No. 16 South Sommer street.
V. B. Those Indebted to Dr. Ford for years pre
vious to 1858 will please call and settle. apr2-lra '
. DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
Eesidenco, Cor College and Watlrins' Avenue,
(POKMCRLT U.fS BTKKBT,)
Office So. &3 North Cherry Street.
Jan27 tf ;
L. M. TE3IPLE,
Attorney at Law,
Office same as Sheriff '1 OiBce, Cherry street, up stairs.
WILL practice In all the Courts holden in Davidson
and Sumner counties, and will give his individ
ual attention to all business intrusted to his care.
ap" tf -
WHITE SULPHUR SPRLGS,
Hardin County, Tenn.
rr "'HE above Watering Place will be opened for the
X reception of Visitors, on the FIRST DAY OF
JUNE NEXT. A dairy line of Coaches, (four hours
staging) will connect with tbe Memphis and Charles
ton Railroad at the burnsville Depot. Ten hours trav
el from Memphis to the Springs. For health or pleas
are, the White Sulphur is equal to any Watering place
North or South. A fine hand of Music from New Or
leans will be in attendance.
. GEORGE SHAIJ.,
WILL be opened the Summer season of 1858, on
the 1st of June, for the reception of visitore.
The subscriber will be prepared to receive Boarders,
and furnish the best accommodation, at the rates of
Si 50 per day, S3 CO er week, S30 M per mouth.
Servants, and children under 12 years of age, half
price. A band of music will be in attendance. A pas
senger Carriage will run regularly, leaving Noel & Co. 's
College street, every Tuesday, Thursdav and Saturday
may'Jo-lmdw E. J. KREIDER, Agents.
White's f reek Springs.
THE subscriber will be prejiared to take Boarders
at this watering place, 1J miles north of Nash
ville, during the Summer vacation, from tho first of
July to the first of September.
There will be no bar-room kept, as it is designed
chiefly for the accommodation of families and individ
uals, who may wish to resort. to a quiet aud healthful
place during the heat of summer.
The Springs, formerly much viited. are too well
known to reipiire any elaborate description.
No pains will be spared to render the situation of
Pkick or boAKO : $1.50 per day ; $7.00 per week.
Servants and children under 10 years of aue , half
price E. L. CROCKER.
Buena Vista Springs,
LOGAN COUNTY, KY.,
W1IX again be open for tho reception of visiters
ou the 1st of June, aud no pains will be spared
to render their ttay pleasant and agreeable.
Mrs. Burgess, formerly of the Forst House, Russell
ville, Ky., will preside over tho Ladies' department.
A good band of Music will be in attendance. The bow
ling Alleys are in good order, aud those in search of
pleasure or health will find both at Buena Vista. Tbe
stage will run every other day direct to the Springs
from Nashville, and daily from Clarksville, Hopkius
villo and bowlinirrepn to Russellville, where convey
ances can always be had.
mayi-lmdstri v D. JEFFRIES. Proprietor.
Hickman Co., Teiin.
(FORTY MILES WEST OF COLUMBIA.)
Proprietorship and Management.
riHIS celebrated watering place having been pur
X chased by tbe subscriber has been thoroughly
repaired and renovated, and will be opeued lor the re
ception of visitors on the
20TII DAY OF MAY.
The late proprietors having disMsed ol their entire
intoresl in the Springs, the subscriber, assisted by Mrs.
Keller, will assume the entire management of the es
tablishment, and neither pains nor expense will be
spared to render Beaver Dam oue of the most pleasant
and comfortable watering places in the Southwest.
The buildings have all beeu placed iu excellent re
pair, and many improvements added, so that Four
Hundred visitors can be accommodated with every
comfort and convenience. The lablo will be abun
dantly supplied, and will be equal to those of first-class
The waters at Beaver Dam consist of White, Grey,
Red and black Sulphur, Chalybeate (provru by analy
sis to be the strongest in the State,) and the best ol
Freslone and Limestone.
The subscriber, who has beeu, lor tlie last 10 years,
engaged in the practice of medicine iu North jMabuma
and Memphis, can be commanded at all hours by vis
itors who may chance to need his services as a physi
cian. Cleans of acceaa to Heaver Dam.
There are three routes to these Springs, all of which
are in fine repair. A line of Coaches will run from Co
lumb:a tiireo times a week, and passengers will go
through from that place in one day, over one of the fi
nest ron'l In the State. Arrangements hsvo been
made at Unit's Landing, on the Tennessee River, by
which visitors approai hiug from that direction will find
ready conveyance to the Springs.
Visitors will Dud at Beaver liam a large Ball Room,
Ten Pin Alleys, Ac. A fine trout stream runs noar the
place, ami deer in great abundance may be found in
lhe immediate vicinity.
Rates of Charges.
. Ter week.., $7 00
Children under ten years old S 50
servauts of si! ages 3 00
A liberal ileducli.ei will be made in the above rates
when families remain une mouth or durmg the Season.
Of those who are unacquainted with the proprietor
of beaver I'am.he begs leave to refer to
Gen. Hinton and Dr. I-woes, Jackson. Mj.
Jo-u-ph Cox, Esq. , and John W. Lapsl.-y , selma. Ata.
iii. F. O. Prince, Tuscaloosa. Ala.; Drs. W. H ft
U. F. Newsum.Tiiscnmbia, Ala ; li t', Gallaway.U. P.
Foute, Esq., and H. D. Small, Esq., Memphis, Teun.; A.
M. Loonev, Esq., Columbia, Tenn.
aprl6-.iama THOMAS F KELLER.
t asli for Dry and Green Hides.
1 J E will pay the highest market price in cash, fur
V Iiry ami Green liidea, delivered at our Grocery
tore, No. 3 broad Sueel.
We trust persons navu.g Hide to sell will call oa us
bcliiru ilu.pusiug of them elsewhere.
au'5 tf J ft C ANDERSON.
u 1 rial-: powder,
I HAVE IN MAoAjU.nE:
i. i Kegs Dupom's R.fle Powder,
JW Drolres' " ;
150 " Kentucky
J.OUO " hlaslinir Powder,
aoo.uOO feet Salety tuae.
T A. MrCAIJ., Aent
rviiia iaOiiUi ini'.iu
LLLTJSTEATED. 1858. TLLVSTHATZD.
Ths Xew York weekly GOLDEN PRIZE la en oT
tbe Urgest and best literary papers of the day. Aa
Imperial Quarto containing uiiifT racm, oa fownr oi.
VM-t, of entertaining iMigiLal bialtor; aud auoaxriT
iixmiuTxo every evk. .,
A Giit worth from 80 cents to $500 00 la gold,
will be presented to each subscriber immedt
tely oa rtoeipt of the subscription money.
, - r . x II It .tl Si '
One copy fbr oaeyaar...-. i t, and 1 gtfl.
ime copy fur two years a bo, and J guts. .
' On copy f't thrsw years S On, and S gifts.
Um copy for Bre years a OO, sad $ gnu.
AXI TO CLtllti
Three copies, one year IS 00, and Sgifta.
livecHos.oo. yoar... ou, and S jJta.
Ten eopK-s, oue yoar Is im, aad ! guts.
Twenty -one coi'tesono year.. Mi Oo, aad XI (Uta.
The arUrWs to be diauibalad axe ctMBpraed ta tba
S packaigae ol CuM, coauiiiuig tlMO OO, earh.
S du. do, do. iuo , earh.
1 do. do. ao. ..... lod vw, Mt.
la rabutt Irer H noting eaaasl Wale h-a, loo ou, earh
SO G"td Watcbea IS Co, eweb.
M do. HM,Mtk.
lu do. MM,rk.
So !Jes Gold H'ililwi S4 OO, Mna.
J Silver HuaUilg caaed Walehes.... 'JO UO,eM.a.
Sod Silver Walt-una f 10 Id 24, each.
loouGolJ Guard, Vest aad Fob Chain $10 ta 90, aaca.
G.4.1 I i kria, Braces Krouchrs, Ear Drut, breast
Pins, Cuff fins, Meev. Buibtna, kings, slitrt Mails,
Wau h Key, sola and SUr TH.mbk. sad a rattetr
af ntuer arta les worth from 50 oaiata u $15 M ant.
Imtiiodiata ly aa racdtptnf the sttbacrqtsa Bmaey,
a Butmtrib.rt aama w lit be aalaiad uia our Sui-
tripswa buck appuaiw aambr,aad u em csxm
poailiag waii that aiunbar will ba furwardol. watbia
ea,lo lha subecrtber, by atail ar sxpreas, xaw
pakl. - " . '
t Aitcosnssuadaatmas saould ba add r rain I ta
' BLCKIaTA to
ll aad 49 MoSat Balldlag, 331 Broadway, New Tatk
SU apactmaa eoptaa aaat fraa. aiaarts Waartaa.
) ii 1 fmr1w
y 1 ii ix 1 ai s & co
(SCCOESSORS TO K1BKMAX S BLUS
At the Old Stand. No. 34 PublicSnare,
- DCALS IS
GMS, CUTLERY & HARDWARE.
J ' JP la AXES J
D RAlTIliO ICTIVKS,
w A ITERS.
WILLIAMS & CO.,
(at kirkmax's old itavd,)
17o. 34 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
(XJNS AND PISTOLS,
WIjL,jl,IA3IS & CO.,
(KJKKMA.V'S OLD STAND,)
NO. 34 Pl'llLIC SQUARE,?
jrn.3 tf. NASHVILLE, TENN.
NEW IIAIIDWArTe STORE,
4T Market Street.
w. ii. mTachix,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUXS, TOOLS, ETC.
IS now opening at his establishment, No. 47
Market Street, next door to M. burns', a
large and wen selected stock or Hard
ware. Cutlery, Guns, etc., winch he
intends otlerm exceedinelv low for
cash, or to prompt dealers on short time. Among
the leading articles uow on hand will be found the fol
Pocket and Tal-le Cutlery.
Carpenters' and black
Axes of ever description
A large assortment of locks.
Hinges and Screws.
Flush and Square bolts.
Shovels, Similes and Forks.
Grindstones, Cranks, and
Rifles and Pistols.
Double and Single
Mill, Cross Cut, and
Cotton, Wool, and Horse
Cards. Trace, Halter, Wagon, and
Hames and Collars.
Picks and Mattocks.
Curry -Combs and Horse
brushes. H1L.LMAIV BROTHERS.
IRON D EP 0T,
Ko 44 College, and 41 and 43 Market its., .
OFFER for sale on good torms to cash or prompt
dealers, 500 tons of their celebrated Charcoal He
150 tons well assorted Pittsbiir Iron:
50 " hammered Iron, including Plow Moulds;
' 60 " best Tennessee Castings;
15 " Cast, Shear, E. & A. It. Sta?el;
1000 kegs assorted Nails and Spikes, best brand;
. 2U0 Cast, Wrought aud Steel Plows, all sizes;
200 Setts Wagon aud bugpy Axles, all sixes.
Also, Anvils, Vices, Files, Chains, Axes, Straw Cat
ers, fee. febl fltoap24
Claiborne's Machine Works,
THE attention of Railroad Companies, Farmers,
Manulacturers,and all persons desirous of purcha
simrat home pood machinery , such as bTEAM EN
GINK. CASTINGS, of every description, GEARING,
CAK-WHKKIaSof the most imjaroved patterns, SAW
M1IXS, IT MPS, ftc., Ac, is resctfully called to this
new Establishment now growing up rapidly on the
premise of the bite Nafclivillo Manufacturing Company.
We intend to carry ou the business fully as extensive
as before, and shall soon he ready to take orders for
Machinery aud CasluiK. We have already commenc
ed operations in our blacksmith shop and boiler-yard,
and shall give immediate satisfaction to old and new
We are exjierieuced Mechanics earh of ns person
ally attending to his own department and thus we
shall be able to turn out superior work at lower rales
than heretofore done in this city. We shall warrant
every pW-ce of work done at tins Establishment, and
give prompt aud personal attention to every order left
at our oflice; thus we hope to give general satisfaction,
and ba patronized by all friends of home manufacture.
M. JACKEK J.,
Claiborne Machine Works, Nashville, Tenn.,
June 27 tf I.at Nashville Uanf. Co.
THE subscriber takes this metliod of informing his
old customers and friends and the public general
ly , that ho has removed his Hardware store from the
old stand on Market street, to No. 53, in the large brick
building, lately erected on the South side of broad St.,
w uere ue secjis constantly oa uaud and makes to or
der the various artirk s embraced in his line of busi
ness. He Invites especial attention to his large assort
ment of CASTINGS, HOLLOW. WAKE, BKASf, ftc. , sorb
as Mantle and Coal Grates Wagon boxes, Plow Molds,
Straw-Cutters, Gwn-s'hellera, Cora-Crushers, Mill
Crushers, balcony Work and Iron Fencing, Coffee Mills,
Tea kettles. Brass Kettles, iiog Irons, Candle Sticks,
and an almost endless variety of other articles.
Jan. 25 tf ANDREW ANDERSON".
H. P. D ORRIS,
TCcllpsc Stove VouuAry.
VT this Foundry I am making Cooa
ko, Pamiob and Hxatino Stoves,
of every variety, Houxrw-WAaa of all
kinds. Andirons, bad Irons, aad Watte
irons of all kinds.
ALSO. Tin. Copper and Sheet Iron
Ware, all of which 1 propuae to a. II at wholesale or re
tail cheap for cash or to punctual lime dealera.
Particular attentioa paid to Rooting and Guttering.
JL 1'. DOKKId, No. e.Cuikfe suet,
Apr. 27 Nashville. Teun.
RUFURXISIIED and OPENED,
ZEUS, STZL3IAH ft CO., Proprietors,
aprli-lm LOClsVlLLE, KT.
formerly rranklin House,
E. SPURRIER, Proprlele '
IWOVLO laform the Traveling Ommuotty
aad aa utliera VHutiug CUrksville, that 1 have
parchaaed this Uotal. aad have chanced tka
. nam., as w Jl be seen above, and 1 intead lo rtuana
it etibreiy durmg the present year, aad .ball use every
xartiua to mart the patrouatgQ of all who will ba
p!aa4 to call ua ma
ffl-y t- grVRRIEB.
THE SMITIISOXUX IIOUSEr
Broadway, earner at Hons ton street, 3tw York.
'PHU puooUr Hotel, conducted . ,
X upon the Et cmui Pia, "."'V
in wa n e-aaij in aa-air- f ll i j
sum uaj-iero( tua M.lnpotia, sav
ing weathereal, succeeefully, Uie
Cutnmen;aU revohoua vtitersapoa the ret i ug luture
a ah reaawad sttorsuaauia by the snauac-r ta aara
a ouitianaaca vt Vtm ttaerat atruaaae ess eaorts
aavs herrtaalore received. Hgi ruuuvs 5d eeota, 15
eeata aad Sloo per day. IMibia rouoia and ParUiars
SI M V S4 aa par day. - Meala sxtra at all hour aad
aa ordered. In sanaar thia a .am ia aaaof tba ead
ataud beat t.aUiatad la Uie city , aiad m w tar a
eotainaada, wuiuait are, ti. lemppratura of the trB.
tea, beaia boated throobuat by ataam.
VHAJUJSt U. SMTllI, rroprteiuc
8AMC1X E. XaXD, aUaagecs.
UT TVs aubarrtW Law Bos is. win be eoadurt
Mm aaaal- II aitlkee are la lhe llctal and at
Xaaaaa stravt. A3 ksuacM iaUaated to ata. wul
waactaaliy aioeaad ta.
CHtrxTs jl fArrrn.
. - - AUarmey aad rouaaeliajr at lav..
Mravr Cutler, a.
TIT k.ff. a Wa-ia. aOa. S mS ..... tSa.a.. l
tw'5rd'a aad CaauaWMFa rural. 'Tba aula
aria (fee bat fresuwa at Ua Vmvj rr at
LoarsvO. ilGXZOXll CO.
The Great English Remedy.
Thorn's Compound Extract of
, Copaiba and Sarsaparilla,
Pohbs8 advantages not enjoyed by any other med
icine for the cure of sexual diseases, which must
with an enlightened public render It assuredly highly
popular, and a desideratum long sought for la the med
ical world. It needs no confinement or change of diet.
In its approved form, that of paste, it is entirely taste
loss, and causes no unpleasant sensation to the patient.
It has acquired the utmost fame in almost every part
of Europe; it has been examined, approved of, and
sanctioned by the faculty of medicine, and recommen
ded by the most eminent of tbe profession. Prepared
by J. W. THORN. Chemist, London, and for sale,
wholesale and retail, bv Johst A. Takjxaxt ft Co., A -rents
for tbe United States, 278 Greenwich street, New York.
As the above valuable preparation has been e-xtetu
sively counterfeited by unprincipled parties in the
United States, the proprietor baa adopted, as a precau
tion against Imposition on consumers, a Label, of which
the following is a fac simile, and which will be found
burnt in upon the bottom of each pot of the prwtttne
Intended for sale in the United States, Canadas, brtu&h
Provinces, West Indies and South America.
i JOHN.A.TARRANT ei
kV. FOR THF J
The stamp around each pot will also bear the names
of Uie Proprietor and of tlie United Slates agents.
DrucRUVts and Dealers will observe on each down
package tne following label:
Important Caction. The Increased reputation and
great demand for Thorn's Compound Extract of Cojiai
ba and Sarsaparilla, have been inducements for others
to otTer imitations of this valuable medicine. Venders
are particularly warned of this fact, that they may be
on their guard, aud not dispose of any impure article.
calculated to injure their reputation, and destroy the
merits ol the original preparation, to obviate which
the Subscrilier (successor to James Tarrant, by whom
it was nrt introduced into the t niled Mates) has at
tached his signature to this caution, to counterfeit
which is forgery. . Jkhx A. Takrant.
Address orders for the above article with full direc
tions for shipment to
JOHN A. TARRANT CO., Druggists,
No. 27s, Greenwich, corner Warren St., N. Y.
Dec. 7 dly.
Koca's Remedy for Pulmonary
HAVING been apointed sole Agent for the sale ol
Don Gkrommo Rota's celebrated Cms for Con
scmption, the public will now be put in possession ol
one of tlie most extraordinary remedies extant for
what has heretofore beeu considered an incurable
I have the more readily undertaken the agency,
from the fact of its extreme simplicity being an oui
wvircf aj'jJiratum, the action of which is seemingly mi
raculous, and its having none of those attributes which
make up the numerous compounds now in general
With Uie utmost confidence In the success of this
remedy , which has hereUil'ore beeu used In private
practice with grout success, as is shown by numerous
letters and certificate, is now otlered to the public.
A pamphlet, containing directions, letters from dis
tinguished individuals, and documentary evidences
from the physicians of the hospital of Havana, Island
of Cuba, fcc, will accompany the remedy.
These speak volumes iu iu praise, and publicity is
only required to render it as popular as it is benafl
cal. Address," JAMES RKES,
Kile Agent for the United states.
No. 341 Market street, Philadelphia,
Principal Office. 102ti FmwATra febll Jin
tf AN OLD INDIAN DOCTOR, who
nas made bis fortune and retired from
business, will send the remainder of
bis days in curing that dreadful disease
CONSUMPTION FREE OF CHARGE
his earnest desire beiiiR to communicate
to the world his remedies that have
proved successful in more than ao0
cases. He requires each applicant to
send him a miuute description of the
ytUaM!ie, w .til two atainpa, (acuta,)
to pay the return letter, in which he
will return them his ADVICE PRESCKU
TION, with directions for preparing the
Tlie OU) DOCTOR hopes that those af
flicted will not, on account of delicacy.
retrain from consulting him because be
makes no charge. His sole object in ail
vrrtising ia to do all Uie good be can be
fore he dies. He feels that he is Justly
celebrated for the cure of Consumption,
Asthma, bronchitis, Nervous aJlecuous,
iougiis, coins, kc. Aiinres
1KJCT. UNCAS BRANT,
Box 35ol, P. O., New York.
AMORHID sensibility of Uie snmiach and bowels,
attended with obvious disorder of the digestive
Dyspepsy end its attendant ills, such as
Vertigo, Vimnat of Sight,
Itrliilit j of the -Vereom System,
Lwa if AfijietUe,
Wanting of the Strength.
HaiuUuit, with fretpttnl belching tf wind,
Cunttxfiatxnn and unearine$ nf the BowrU,
Burning Mentation at lhe jit iff the Stomach,
Ojipreritm after eating,
J'alvitation 4 the Heart,
I'ain in thej-il of Ike Stomach, mr toward the right
SlUottmeu of Onmplsrion ,
Veurettum of ttriritt and irraiOiUitif of temper, dV.
Have, in many cases, delled the skill, hereuaoreof Uta
best medial practitioners in mo world, and many caaca
bave b4n abandoned as incurable.
Dr. J. WILLIAMS, Chemist and I'haramareo list, after
study ins closely the practice of lira. Aberjathy and J
Johiintou. England, and observing the nature of lhe
disease in all in statres.duiing a sojourn In the southern
and western portions of tlie United Stairs, w here it
prevails to a creater extent tnaa eisewiwre, procured
from South America, err tarn roots and herbs, from
which be prepared aa "Elixir." which, after eoibteea
years' use in private practice, has proved ilaa-lf mora
afflcaciwus in the cure of Dveprpey, than any medicine
that has ever been prepared ta any age or any climai
for Uie same purpose.
Having submitted it, with an explanation of iu cwn
poneoU, to r number of Pbysiciaus of Puinulelphia, a
mnng whom were Uie late I irs. Joseph Harbeborae and
J. C. Morton. It has received their eutireapproval.and
many of the Medical Faculty are now not only prescri
bing it for their patients, but ara "using it Uiciaarlves
personally, and in their families. As a tonic, a is une
quailed, and iu properties are of so mvifforaung a na
ture, that It is given with perfect safety and succex to
Uie moat tender Infants.
The "Elixir" ia v-ry rradual, but certain la Ma ac
tion upoo the organs of dnrealion, the Increased se
cretions of the liver , pancreas aud mucus membrane of
Uta stomach, and requires that only one diava be taken
iulwenty lourbouraforcuonriued Dypcy, ran only
be cured by gradnallf restoring Uie orjcana of dujes
tarn to a healthy state. The great ivirresa met with In
caring the must aggravated easesof Dyspepay .acrotn
pauied sometimes wh a bigli grade of Lypuchusidria
aia, has twtabhslMtd the most unbounded coundeuce in
Uie curative pronerties of this "Elixir:"' in rurrvbora
Lioe of wbM-h,read tbe following lefttitnontahr
AniXlAHo. We having used Williams' "Ant!
Dyspeptic Elixir" with the moat perfect sal 1 action and
success, take great pleasure in recuui mending it to all
persons sultenng with Iysieay, as we are fully con
viacad af ua tnuat eatimahia dualities in roMnrmg tbe
digestive powers, removing all paias and tmeaameaa,
and uiiartinga healthy toue to tba.lomach.
John R. Peuruae, 34 South Wharves; Cawr Mirria,
Tacofiy;Tboaa Allibotie, PresHieut of bank of Pena
tylvaiiw;Abner EUnes, Market strset. above Sixth; Ed
ward IL Rowley. No. 14 North Wharves; MirharJ
IHina, SoperUilrudent Urrchanls' Kxrhange: Hannah
Styles, Frankford road; llannan Wrl.b a Filbert St.;
H. N. Sjierry , No. 12 Edward street: Lawrence New.
bold , No. S9d tlvralnat etreat, Philalplia; Wm. Yard ,
No. eCHy Row; Radoiph L'Arni, No. xoT ftroadway,
H N. Wuians, No. S4 Wotar atraet. New York.
The list of names eou Id be exterdad t almost any
length, bat Uie ftwegtving is deatsed nfflcKgl.
restunawy tf H. A', sparry, mm mm ahandimwd m a-
at SAsra aud ai aa cr to ata.
: Pr. J.' Wn ijjsji liear ?:r. For tlWa years previ
ous le 154, 1 sufferad so much from !ysprpay that I
became cnc4-wly proati-alad. beth to miad and boty,
and at teegift became so weakened Icoold aotattead ta
my busuMas, aad waaaiakuig Hi la a decliwa,aa4 M was
believed I sever could reenvvr; medical aid was pra
curad lot ma, and every means resulted ta wttbout
aay relief, nil I was advtrad in asa your "Elixir, and
froos the tirue I begaa taaag It 1 gradually Mupravad
till I was cooipiMcly rewvred ta baaita. t'aa droadfal
safAM-lngs I and if ad from l -rpy I canaotdaarriaa;
but I am eonSdant that wtthoat tba uaa af yonr "Ehx
Ir," I sboaid be W mp grava. 1 assert that I suit-Ria-ly
belief, your "Elixir" baa saved sae fraa aa early
death I coauatM bvw m tba ojy ux-ai t4 RaaaM .
celieat beatth H. N. SPEIJtV,
Jum6U,1SST. 1104 Naartb Thrrd at., Ptiila. '
We, tba ond rstgnad , ba ve knows Mr. H. N. Sfarrry
for several yaars, aad lake ph-aawre la .ta.1 u.g tftat bw
aawrtaoe caa ba iarfaeCly re.ja4 aa, aud taat w aur
Setva kaaw flat bo baa banea wuuderfnlly reaavad ta
aaaRb (trues lira artak atrtaa grave, aid w tM-iiev., aa
ke aaaarta, arririy fcy Un aa. U Im. aia.ni.' -ULtlr.
Taoaaa J. a.Aktaa, No. 14S Iksmi at.
' J-m EiikBt, Race street, above .tu4.
ferae. ally apt'wml b-fr sue (um uf tba Aloasr.
ruraof taa efty liladalptkJa.t H N.rparry, who,
bettkg duly aClreasd, eutft ate pa- aad say, tbat taa
facia art lurta ta the a bur. earuaotic, are trwa ta eve.
ry peruretar. i
awaraaad aubattibad tba h day of Jimw.IMT.
... IKLla-l'.HX IkEtX, Atderataa,
i TTa "Ehtir" M aUd ia bottic at St aacA, ar six tot
tlaa for a. '
froprWVr, JaVES If ILIJ AltS, M. D.,
tenaUBI anl rfcirmu-Mi ,i "
' Ko. 4 Vuth AraaaUt atraat, f buadel phia.
' Tor sals by all Dragga-Aa. ; i - . aprU-ly
EI.r PRIERVATIOTf, ETC.
A IX avbu daa a arrviuaa to tba year l'T, a-Ql
be eattertad by aud at Jaaaary Court, ar before
a Kegaeeie, a aH 5 aatura Uaat taiaa. Tba) eeeit
tp&iy ta ai! persuee. wamkU daa acta . A war Sa
tba a aa la. ,aiaraai.
4wrj . C sMTAISr OTA,
Tlxe Creates! Remedr In tbe World 1
T'HLS CORPUL ia distilled from a Berry known on
. ly to myself, and chemically combined with sortie
of the most valuable BMxticiaal roou, herbs and barks
known to Uio wind of man, vis : blood root, black
root, wild cherry hark, yellow dock, dandelions, sar
saparilst, elder flowers, with others, producing the
mx.1 iBtaiiible remedy for the restoration of health
ever known. . . ...
- It la atore'a Own Remedr.
Cnrmz diseases bv natural tawa. W n.n laaicea. Ha
bealing inauenea is ftrft counting through every rem
h me puraymgand accelerating the clrcuiattoo
of the blood. It neutralises any bilious matter ia the
stomach, and strcngthetis tlie whole organisation.
McLean's Ktrengiueoicg Cordial will effectually ears
Liver ciunphunu, Jauadice. ,
Corooie or lYerrons Debility, Diseases of the
Hidneyi, aad all tHseasea" arisiaf from
- a Disordered Lirer or Stomach.
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward riles, Acidity or Sick
ness of Uie Stomach, fullness of Blond to the Head
duil pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation of the
Ilaxt, fullness. it weight to the Stomach, eour Eracta
tions, Choking or .Still. -eating feeling when rving dowa,
dryness or yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Sight
Sweats, hi ward Fevers, pain in the Small of the Back
Chester Side, sudden Bushes of heat. Depression of
Spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor,' Despondency or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches oa the Skin,
and Fever and Ague for Chills and Fever.) It will
also cure diseases of Uie Bladder and Womb, such as
Seminal Weakness, InconUuer.ee of Urine, slranguary,
Inflammation or Weakness of Uie Womb or Bladder.
I, uaix-n, .-
There la no m Intake about It.
This Cordial will never lad to cure any ot Uie above
diseases, if taken as per directions on each bottle, io
German, English and French
Over Half at Million of Rottlea
Have been sold during Uie past six months, and la no
instance has it failed in giviug enUre saUsfaction.
Who then will sutler from weakness or debility when
McLean's Strengthening Cordial will cure you.
To tlie Ladlea.
Do you wish to be hcalUiy an a strong? Thea go at
once and get some of Mcl-ean's Cordial. It will invig
orate and strengthen your blood to flow through every
vein, and the ra h rosy bloom of health to mount to
your cheek again. Every botUe warranted to give
We say to parentis, if your children are sickly, pa
tiy , or altlicted with complauds prevalent among chil
dren, give them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial,
and it will make them healthy, iut aad robust. Del
not a moment, try it and you will lie convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Evrr Connlrr nrrrhsnt
Should not leave the city until be has procured a sup
ply of Mi lan's Strengthening Cordial. It sells rapid
ly, because it always cures. A liberal discount will
be made to those who buy to sell again.
CAUTION beware oi Druggisu or dealers who may
try to palm upon you some bitter or Sarsaarilla trasb
which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just as
good. Avoid such men. Ask fur McLean's Strength
ening Cordial, and lake nothing else. It is Uie onlv
remedy that will purify the blood thoroughly, aud at
the same lime strengthen the system.
Oue lablespounful taken every morning fust before
breakfast, is a certain preventive fur Cholera, Chills
and Fever, Yellow Fever or any prevalent disease.
yT Price ouly SI ier bottle, or six bottles for 5.
J. H. McLean,
Pole Proitrictor of Uie Cordial,
Also Mcla-an's Volcanic OU Ijniinent.
Mr Princlil lH-pot on the corner of Third and
Pme street, St. laoius, Missouri.
at i"" For sale in Memplns by S. Mansfield & Co., John
son a Loug, aud by Ward It Jouc-a, at proprietor's
MXjr For sale in laonisvillo by REM., ALBOTT k Co.,
Springer k lira., aud Raymond A Palton.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment !
THE BEST IJNIMENT IN THE WORLD
For Man or Reast.
Another Kemarkable Cure Performed by 2c
Leaa's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
' READ lOll VOI USELVIaS!
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith. Iiviiir near Cass avenue
on Tenth street, had a horrible runnlug sore on his
foot. He trie. I various I Jiuiiii-uis. Salves, Ac, but
could do it no rood. He desisired of ever being able
to work at bis trade agam, because he couul not bear
any weight on his foot; aud by one botUe ol McLean's
Volcanic ljiiinient, lie is now perfectly cured.
Rheumatism, Paralysis, Neuralgia. Bruises. Pnralna.
Suffhess in the Joints or Muscles, Sore Throat, swell
lugs, rai -auuL- ur oiui-a:u, nimuin, w rc-HU UUIM,
Sores, Burns, Scalds, Pains, Ac, yield to Uie" umxa:''
kiOueneanf this w-aoWrful Ijuuuetil.
For Horses and Cuttle it is an uilalllble remedy for
Chafea, Galls, Scratchi, Cracked Heels, lameness,
Siaiviu, Swwuy , spl.m. Fistula. Bruiaaa. swellings,
nouiius, rtauie suukn i:iii-h, suu various otlier diaeaa
es which animals are liable to from Injuries or acci
Every Country Merchant should oblnin a supply of
MlAau'a Volcanic oil Luiuucut. It sells rapidly be.
cause it slants cures.
A liberal discount will be made to merchants who
buy to sell ajtaiu.
air For aale by J. II. .MrI.EAN, Proprk-tor, corner
oi iniro aim riue sirecis, St. taouis, xlissnuri; also or
sale as above aplS-dlwawly
It. Iv. It.
TTEAI.TII will, in all raseu, loilow the use of Rad
J.A way's R. U. Remedies. There are none so sick
or disauMd. so weak, fevble, or cripple,! with pain or
IlinrmitieS. but tliat Railway's Ready Kelnf, Kenovat
lug Resolvent, ur Ueulalors, as Die nature ol litedts
ease or sickness may require, will quickly and rapid
These remedies consist of Radway's Ready Relief;
nan way -a iteuovatmg ita-soiveui . Kail war s Ib-guialors.
kacu ol Uieae reiuetlies mismuu'S spec utl curative pow
ers over certain disa asa s. Yet tln re are other diseas
es, wlierem tlieir combined medicinal properties are
reipor-d; and whuu lb us used, if 4 lie re ia auincienl lite
and strength wilhln the diseaseil or dying body to sus
tain their action, the patient will live aud be restored
to lieu i Hi.
i'uta, . aff. JY. Keiief.
ActUe JHteotet, . Jt. AT. lUlJf.
liifiammaUtm Oueatr, Hri i.f and Repulatort.
italaritm JUtmatct, Jirljf and itrgvlatort.
tmjrtire OitrateM, - iieivef and hnulaion.
Srrtfulou liunua, Kemmating iVmJnaaC
Chnmw JHfue, JimmMing Heirani,
t'Uphtlitie Vawrr, Hmuitvttkug A'oaiat, .
Ciajtttuiowai aOuetues , Hemlrrnt and Hr-iulator
Skin liteaet, - - tUmomUing IlfAnt,
ttemiotnt, HrJirf, Regulator
Keadg JUluf dt KrguLUur.
Conatlt at loual Illaemaea.
Many distwaa-a that aula i bumauiiy ar. mberhad as
heir loouis from tbe diseased bo. In a of su kly aires.
Scrofula, CousumpOon, Syphilis and Fits, are amHig
Uie nnail coiumou ot ooarlituuoual diseaaiMl. Now, wa
care not bow many generations the seeds of iIk-k dis
eaeee may bave nvu rstablsybad In Uie system, cor
rupting the bliMMl Hodman UemmaUng Remjaant will
eradicate from the bodies of the altlicla-d every axrU
cle of diaeaaed depueiu, aad fill the veins wall new,
pure and healthy blood.
C'lilldren'e D tee a. ere.
Radirau't Renovating Rrmieant should b balled as s
bleavuif by every mother, Uiroughnut Uie land, wbnae
lutauta are aOhcied with hurvs. Humors, Ve. These
breakings out (thuseaily) are evidence of disease
transmitted from Uie parent stork. A few doaes of the
Jiweafa7 Raulrent will eredicateevery vratigeof the
diaeaae aad insure the ch id a sound and healthy body
R. R. R.
R..R. B. Had way's Ready Relief for Tleaalarhea,
whether as k or nervooa , Rliram.laim, far
alysis, I.umhao, i:out, Neuralnw, Toolh
acbe, Small I'ox, Fevers, Swollen Jimu,
KUaney Couiplainu, Scarlet Fever, Pains a
round the Ijver, Pleurisy, U-aak-a. Heart
barn, aud paineuf all kinds, lied ways Rea,
dy Ra-ls-f wdl, in a few mmutes ehaugs lbs
maerte yu suitor to joys of piaasure.
R"" B. K Ilad ay 's Renuvaliug Leant vent J the care
of chronic diseasea. .iK:b as Sens' uloua aad
Pyplnlitie &m4auiU.Coasuioptive and otb
eraOectiotis of Uie Lungs sod Throat, Im
rats m and eulargi-nieuu of parts, Erudive
and oUler dajeaaea of tba SAm, Nartas, To.
mors, I'kern, Dysprpaia, and all other dav
eaaaaes artsmg (rum an impure state of tbe
Paaud. . . .
R. R. B. Radway's Regulators will core, effectively
and speedily, lktieas, Indiiceauoa, lo
UamnuiUaKi af lha ttuwrW, lyarpaia, latvar
Complaint, thaea of tbe Heart aad ksi.
- eys,FeiBaJetimilamu,Suaallfcx, Feeers,
" MnasU-s, kc. Vt hiticver tlie system Is out
of order, adose of Railway's Regulators aill
reatora It to regular Jy. Ho lv male abettid
- be without tliem.
k. R. R. Remedtas are Ad by Irergtsa every where,
mario-lydaw IUDWaY CU, .
UIVTS! Cillers'. CIVTS!
$25,000 AVortU of Fine ClfU
A.S. BUR LEI till, Proprietor,
ee Jtlbanr. I std tana.
EFHINO ta talrudaua r. ClllUo k lu S Orwtal
er buverema Balsa Pills aad the aartajaa halve.
er Rbumatie PUatar, througuout every iaut of tiie
L'uaed r4atce,lssa etfi-ruig aAtraxTdiaary tadocemeBU
ta aHircnaaa-ra. Tbe PUla aad Calra areauidat SAoasia
racb, aad every part-baser that buys Io taeaaioaat at
9 1 04 worth of the above annHciae reraivea a free gtlt
that varies Ml value from " ceau to Sd.
lha rr uteaeiar has earh aebowDded roe Balance t
tbe majwai worth vf tbe above eaedwtud tuat be (ur
ku Areola) will refund lue maeey back frwiy le times
wbeatser a lair trial arvaut lulla salaiikrJ.
Cianait of Watrbra. Due Goad i'eerde, Rreaa rina
Iriasar Hi fa. A Kas, Lacaeta, taark atoaaat, riar
J4in.aajaa.ta.it Ikaiaa, letter F"aT, kc
liaaasn k lUcaarua, larurxata. C artier a Kuoilaer
aad Hrwad treats, Aeats fur aaLtla l
DOORS ASD STiTIOXEUT.
ft taTtts tLe auetalaaa of grrbau aad Traders
f eeaaratty la ear Urge ataara af
School Cooks and Stationery,
"i 1 At yrEQUt&l'LZ LSD irtAIL, C
At prteas wtuck eaaaot fad ta pleaa. Our Hmt af '
U aaaa Urie. ad wUl scU at erv . v.i.
ia.t. ftn-afiaiA la. 11 I as. a ka. kaff La. a.il Ml f I m
lea. bars wnM da well ta exaaAtae f
ear stuck. We a ill auke special arratiaj.auaala to ens
rrrcvTNicix rraivs. Areata.
Atf 3 1 las bda t wbUS s ure.baa.it iba
iireutest Medical Wonder
OF-TH E AGE !
Friend of the Human Family!
a"BE world is clnUieir.ged to produce a tnedicine tbat
. has aftordod Uie same amount of relief ta suHor
ing burnanity as Cowan's laihor-UipUtt. . '.
COWAA'S JJTJ0. JkIiTlC has cured tiiousande
of rase of Sloue m the butuder aad Kidneys.
W WAX'S LlTUuHlRWlIC baa cured tbe moat
aggravated cases of Gravel ever seeu, and is tbe only
certain remedy bow known for the above diseasea.
VUWAM'S UTHU.yiRUlK never tails ta core
all tbe diseases of the Kidneys aad Bladder. -
COH'A.VA' LITUOXTKli nv is the aniy sore rem
edy for Diabetes.
COWAA'S UTliOSTRTITIC is a Certain cure for
Chronic Gajoorrhaea and Gleet. - -
COVAM'S UTiiUSTiUi'ZIC cures weakaass
Uie Loins. .
CoWAfTS UTHOX1RIPTIC has cared the worst
easeeef Proiapaoa Uteri ever known.
CO H'AA S UTMOXTJUPTJC Is Uie only sure rtja. ,
edy tbat has successfully cured liar ret, ness.
CO WAX'S UrUVXTRWUC will cure the worst
forms of Dropsy.
COWAN'S UTH0X1RIPT1C wiU cure long stand
ing cases of stricture and remove Venereal Taint (root
the svstem. .. , , .
CO WAX'S UTBOXTR1PTIC Is the only remedy
known for the cure of ail sympathetic com plain la at
tending on Pregnancy, and every female who is preg
nant should at once procure a bottle if she wishes le
loci well, while In that condition. ' ;
OO WAX'S UTHOXTRIPJ1C is tbe only remedr
ever yet discovered thai will relieve Uie pains of labor
and the w bole female world should rejoice that such a
discovery has been made whereby they have obtained
a sure friend to assist them iu Uie greatest trial of their
Tbe most incredulous will he convinced of Uie treat
eflicary of the Lithontriptic by reading Uie following
certificates and those around each bottle:
Jous Jackson, Madison county, Tenn.,
To all perton ajflkied rilk G'ratvL
Mr. J. F. Cow as ; Dear sir: 1 hereby certif that la
the summer of Uie year lK&l.a servant ol eune. a bow
about IS years of age, who bad always before this time
oeen sioui and is a vigorous constitution, was attacked
with gravel. A Physician was called who attended on
him lor several months, during which time be grew
worse daily, until he was helploss, audi believe wot Id
have died in a few days had it uol been for a friend,
who advised the use of Cowan's Litboutrinttc I nro-
cured a few bottles, tbe flrst of which gave him renef,
and In a short time he was able to walk about, and
uueuy iuuj recuvereu; since wntcn lime at bas Dad ue
symptoms of said disease, and to ail appearance is aa
healthy as any servant ou my plantation. 1 there
fore recommend it to all persuus suUertur under a
like disease, aa one of the most certain remedies
Giveu eader my band Una August 23d, IS57.
Jacxsok, Tenn. , August 22, 1857 B
Tbe above case was pcrlet-Uv cured bv la Jw.uif.7Tr
the Lithontriptic. and was oue ol Hie worst caaaa ot
Gravel that has ever beeu in this country.
Let every female who exiiects to become a moila.
read Uie following aud prolit thereby-
YoluvvitAAi, October, 1863.
Ma. J. T. Cow as Dear sir: You w ill do me lha k and
ness to publish under my certificate the foliowiug note
that the aulhriUK community may he booemted. I
have giveu birth to uiue children, aud my life beiug
iiiimuwu.1 Miru to Acouaiuer oy your medicine
I cannot in justice to you and luo publK; withhold Biy
b'sUmiHiy to its many virtues.
I used your Lithoutriptjc iu small portions perhaps
once a day, lor Bve mouUis, wlikh dispelled eutirely
the llat'ileut sickness of the stomach and bvart-bara
wnicn uau annoyed me, to au alarming extent
iu ail my former pregnancies. When I was cob
bued 1 look about two wme glasses mil of Uie
same medicine, which gave mo an easier deBv.
ery by a great deal than I ever had before. Nor la
this all, 1 bave sees it tried in one rase, and beard from
a respectable source in another case, that your Uthon
tripuc was tried ui, and the Mid wile with .wh. m ut
attendance were thoroughly convinced that tbe pain of
wac ui uiij .a ery mucu lessa-neU by Its use. I
would say to all my seX that expect to be mothers, not
to be without your Invaluable medicine durmg prep
uaucy, and particularly at Uie time ofconilneuietit, as
it has a marked tendency to relax the ayatt-m, conse
quently Uie pain of labor Is much diminished; aud lur
Iher my Physicians and Mid wile both said Uiat I had
drojay of the Womb, and I now enjoy belter beailb
Uian 1 have dune in tea years, and 1 believe lha dia
eaae is entirely removed.
Kir, 1 do this tbat Uie snfferinps of very many of wiy
sex may be alleviated d Uiey can only overcome their
prejudice, so uiucU aa to try U.a LjtlKKttr4itri. IT any
person wishes to know my opiuHma further apoa this
subject, they can address me at York v uie, Teun.
CYNTHIA L. SNOW.
I was present and heard Mr. Snow acknowledge the
facu con timed in the above cerulii Jala. J bave been
acquainted with Mr. and Mrs. Snow lor many years,
ami have reason to believe the trutli of iln-ir certiO-ca1"-
lUir. J. W. NE.iHAM
PREPARED ONLY BY
V. F. ( UAY,
arwinwiwiilll oa.Ai-ilir. Jrui
DuCTalo .Medical Dispensary.
Iublished for the Cure ol -
Dyspepsia, C'eneral I-blllty, Fewer
ut Jlsrue, Aathnta, lurlplrnt Cos
aainptlou, luttrruitiee or Voutlt and
Old Jia;e, Ac. .
ISO 3101CURY USED... .
AMOS afc SOX,
Ovwar Jfaia and Quag ttrret, buffalo, Ann Turk
ARE the ouly physauuia in the State wno are men
bers of Uie Royal College of Surgeons, Loudon.
May be consulted from S o'clock in tlie morning, un
til at night, to every state and symptom af Diet so.
The traauaeut Uiey adopt is the result nf upwards of
SO years' exteuaiva aad succrrsiul practice la Europe
Most Scientific Inreotioa
Aa lostruuit-ul lor tbe cure ul ueuilai Debility, or
Nwturnal Emiasions, more proiwrly koua n as bemtual
Weakness, Ac. , caa be ermanetiUy cured In from af
teen to twenty days, by the use of this bistrainaali,
when used CunjomUy with medicines.
Tooaf Xea Take Particular Kotioe. '
DR. AMOS d SOX lake pleasure In a n noetic In r tba'
Uiey have invented a unatt lnioi tanl instrument for
Uie cure of the above diaeanea. It bas been subjected
to a tost af the moat emiueul pbyaieiaus ta laiiidaa.
Parts, Philadelphia and New York; It bus been declar
ed the only usetul Instrument ever yet Invented for
Uie cure of Seminal Weakness ur asy disease of the
genital organs, caused by the sa-crrl bab.la of youth.
DR. AMOS SON ui order to satatfy the roost
skeptical as tu the merits iaT their luati utuent, pledge
tbeiuaHves tbat ta any luatam-e where it may prove
unsatisfactory aftor a fair trial, the moaey will be re,
funded by returning tlie instrument In good order.
Persons wauung the above eee'til loaWainent will
observe Uiel the price, with ths ai-coiueiiy lof dlree. .
tioos, securely parked, and seut by mail or express, a
ten dollars - '
New Remedlee and Qnfek Cares
A CUKE WAURANtliD.
DR. AMOS at .SO.V have fur a long aeries of years"
been engaged In an extrusive praclae iu lite treatment
uf theae deucato cotuilauiU, and are the ouly legally
qualified Physsriana who aoweaiserUee laeure certain
oompiamta, or from a bom genuine European retnadkws
can be ebtawed. - - - -
Purauua u avr Pain ar Taa Woain may be sorrras.
fully treated by fwrwarding a rurrect detail oi their
cases, with a remittance for Medicines, Ac., ahich wdl .
be returned with the utmost dispatch, aad secure frera '
Addreas DR. AMOS a SOX earner Mala and Quay
treeu, Buttalo, b.w York.
. taarl-dswly . . t
Persons of Consumplii e Habits.
HEAD THIS! .
rpo THTC G.EltVBKG COMPANY: Far tbe Bra
J. tiaie ta my lue 1 am h. Sated to certify to th. truly "
wonderful rducu uf a popular tuedKine. but to eaaA-
lag yea tbe certibrale 1 feel that I am ouly d tar barging
a duty that I ewe to the UraentMirg Cuaipaay, aad "
aura e.n wily to ai flrring ktuiaamty. ...
About tbe arvtef June laat, I bad a aegre tuaa takes '
with, a cough atta-aded a ail rewtlesan ia, apituag of
blood, aad ether dangrruus STniH aiui of oosuuipteiO. ,
I mmiediatrly called at a truly akdifai aad arw-etiaa '
yaKiaa, who bdd toe a was a case uf conauiuptioa.
treated aim Be several weeks, bat b. gradually
grew worse. I thea aad atw-Uier ptiyskcata at great
repulataoa at lung dleaesee. lie axametod bun, aad
alae decided a to be a bopelesa caxe uf coasumptaua, .
and said a waa tiaalra. ta Sea4 eueaey la SryiB( t
car. aim. 1
1 bad previoie'y promised th. Crstfanberr Ax ant. i
bare, (M ueara. Wails k LuweU,) that wbea liie touoraA4
gave bin ap 1 would try tba Gratfeuberg CooeuaiB
Ura's Balm. 1 did au and to nay agreeabl. swprssr,
tbe aaaa bagaa to tinprov. after ulu.g only Or. ar ata
rl nans, H. took eoly tea bottlaa 4- ia baim aad ,
three botties of tbe UrmMoti berg aartopariJta.Ctanauad,-' '
wblrk eost tu. the auail sum 4 aina Solaars, and ta. i
day I ceaaider btmaciurely cured. 11. a w urtu Si t. ,
aad ba at autag nas goad service on tbe puujlalMja. (
consider him aetractiy aouad aad wall aa ba va fat, "3
beany. said suucg, wuiwat. Teaijr. erniga oCaataaa .
laft. JoUN MiiiJJt : ...e
a - ' . '. ' tia.borti., Ala.
I have Bead tba Cratfrnaberf Cansnaiptive's ba at '
sever. Caere ad antiaeaipuua, te my praetac., Wllk U)
aaptMaat enact. 1 want an wvaia use a. , , K vj
h. MUiAkLS M D.,
' Tultatie Welia, Tenn.
i The OtabariConsuni;ve'a luiia will edawaaailf.
ear. Qsnauaptaaa and all cowipUtnu f tlui luaxa- la . ,
raaas af tiSa Ike Laiegs eotd tlieat, laSiigUAar eota
Itiaad wak luaaua Breatknag, Paaat ia the Cbeat, aad ' '"
kroacbdaS, the Graifeabarg tursBil.v' halm Wll 1 1
Mact a eianpSH. oar. atid pre etai iba diaaaae reax -1
Srarummg a cooarsaod Cubaiiuitsa. ' la ail raaea, ue- .
toy. are akagwruaa. Tary are aa aa band red fold te
aU diensse. bavag a ti.aa-.acy ts tataUHBUoB. We
earaeatly advkf. aj to precur. lhe CtMivaauptive s Balsa - ..s
a seea.ai. ' t
k a lhe prite ef lb. ron.uiai.tir.'a tU': at fi ft I
butua. A1AA. kU. k.VVJJ, basfeviile, '
liml Ii tbe Urartaabog lie pen, ftg fnasass ,'.?
Alabauua, sod Geufsia. . (jaaik of . . J
CLUE FOlt Il!ILT.1!ATIS!r.
HAVE )e rere:ved s frw d a-a b. lt.c uf James
Diavralria aad Khenmstie Llqaii. ua
a I, -t av x beva kaaat to km u vi tne abvve
tl soay be ebtauied. al the varuuis Drug -SaVorea fea tbe
Shj,aU af . . Wajawal bteataad.afkaa.kea
bm Wiiaua rrS-e SI par buW.
airtf ' AITJC. MACbrNTTtt
ciTiii iuX i "
rWILL keep aoa.iaai.jr mi band a supply of P
j . i. .... m. a. H. w f 1 a. r. . .
a au rai aaw, aa . , . w a. aa we w.
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