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CHANGE OF TIME!
1153 SXTSTMEE AEBA.5GZME5T. 1855
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Foot Daily Eastern Traini, at 6 A. VL, 9 A. K.,
10:20 A. JL aad 6 P. M.
77 Quickett, ihortttt and Mt Direct Route.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IRuN.
Wheeling Passengers Dins it Zsnesriile.
Piluburgh Passengers Dine at Crestline.
Dunkirk and Bufflo Passenger Dine at Cleveland.
TliE LITTLE MIAMI, Tia Columbus, being the Fhort,
Quick and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the East
the time ia to arranged that it i made with ease. Connee
tioni are certain. Passengers are nut aulj-ct to delay, and
have full time f'r meals, which it a great comfort to ladies
and children. The Littie Miami via Columbus, being a short
and quirk route, dues not require anonymous correspon
dent, or faJse map to recommend it to tlie traveling public.
Each and every train by the Little Miami mute run into
the depot or the Lake Fhore Koad at Cleveland.
Ti.nu via LiTTtn tiiATii noiTr.
From Cincinnati (
COLUMBUS in 8X Honrs;
CLEVELAND in Hours;
UL'NKIKiiln 14X Hours;
BCFK4LO in 1 Hourt;
ALBANY in 8 Hours
iEW YORK, in MX Honrs;
BOSTON in K5 Hour;
CRWTIJX'K in 6Hoan;
PITTS ItCRC in 14 Hours,
PHILADELPHIA in 81 Hoars,
WHEELING in "X Hour,
BALTIMOKKHn S Hoars,
WASHINGTON in X Hours,
BTECBENTILLE in 13 Hour.
Baggage checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling. Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dankird and Buffalo.
Futriwn by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
Krw York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washington City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
riR.T TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, Steubenville and
Wheeling Lightning Express leaves Cincinnati at 0 A. M.,
for Columbus Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buflalo, AlbKnv, New
Tork and Huston; CreaUine, riiumurg, uamoiore, -i-misac-i-
Jibiaand New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wasb
ngton City, Philadelphia and New York, Ac,; Bteubrnville,
Bandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow tyring! and tyrin
neld. Tliii Train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus
at Loveland, Morrow, Xeoi and London only.
Passengers by thii train for Lake iteamen have five boun
ou , f at Cleveland.
--CON 0 T It AIN Cleveland and Pittsburg Express, leave
vtnoinua'i at t A. M., for Columbu. Cleveland, Dunkirk,
fcuualo, New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittsburgh Cir
eleville and Lancaster; Blanchester, ChillicnUie and Hill
rough. Tbi Train stop at all points between Cincinnati
and Columbu, except Unwood and Brauch II ill Also,
connecting at Cleveland direct with Lake leamert QUEEN
OP TltkC WEdTand CKESCENT CITY, and eonnei ting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Palls, Ac.
THIKD THAIS Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati at
10:20 A. M., for Columbus, Zaneaville. WheeV jg, Baltimore,
Washington City, Philadali hia and New YorV.
Tbii Train stops at all point between Cinninnatl and
FOUllTII TRAIN Accommodation, leave Cincinnati at
4 P M., for Xenia, Yellow tynngs and ftpringflelil; Circle
wille and Lancaster, Manchester and Chilicothe; Hillsboro'.
Th Train atop! at all point! between Cincinnati and
FIFTH TRAIN Cleveland, Pitts" -nrg and Wheeling Mght
Express leave! Cincinnati at 6 P M-, for Columbus, Cleve.
and, Dunkirk, Buflalo, New York and Boston; Oestline,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York; Zsneavi He, Wheeling,
Baltimore, Washington City. Philadelphia and New York.
Thii Train flops at all point between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except Linwood a- d Branch Hill.
One Train on Sunday at 80 o'clock P. M., for Columbus.
Trains ran by Columbu Time 7 Minute faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKETS,
And at! information can be obtained at the new offices No.
9 Burnet House Building, W. L. O'BKIEN, Ticket Agent;
No. ITT, front office, Gibson House Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON, Ticket Ag-ot: or at the old office, Boutheat
corner ol Broadway and Front street, opposite Ppencer
House, er at the Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, East Front
street. funtrt from 4 A. if , until 9V P. X.
P. W. gTKADKU, Ikn'lAg L
THE OMNIBUS LINE
f!ll for Passenrers at all the principal Hotels, for each and
very train. By leaving directions at ei' her of the sb ive
dices will call lor passengers in an pari oi me rnv, wim
nt fail. ie'iC tf
"choose your route!"
N E u ts X IH I LH OA II A K 1 1 A r .M r,
FE0M LOUISVILLE, KY.,
HI THE JEFFERSOX V1LLE R. R.,
BT TUB OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI K. B.;
Or, Via Inrlianapollkf
BT TU& BELLZFOKTAISE A CLEVELAND It. It.
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Kiagara, Pitts
burg, Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelphia, Nev York, Boston, Ac.
TJOTII Rocte are expeditious and through fares to any of
AJ tbr above point! the same.
First Claai Pasenger Train leave the Jefferson ville R. R.
Bepot daily (Sundays excepted,) to make surs connections
wilii the roads beyond.
EM:(.A.TI.Y FITTKni'a oMMnt srs
Are carrying passengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Louisville, to and from the Railroad Station.
Further particulars can be obtained by inquiring at the
See of the Hotels or at the JeOersonrille R R. Offlo-,
ear the Gait House, Louisville, where through ticket to all
(ha principal cities can be procured.
JOHN ZULAUF, Preit,
A- P. Op BORNE, Pup'U
J. W. Hall, Ticket Agent In Louisville. Jan20 tf
Yickshurg Whip, Natches Courier, New Orleans I'icsyaae
and Delta, Eagle A Enquirer in Memphis, plea copy for
three months and charge R. R. Oflix.
LOi;VOItTIP CATAWBA WIXE
IIS boxes tysrkling Cauwba;
73 do Diy do
6 J do Catawba Brandy;
(,000 gallons Dry Catawbs the cheapest and beat din
er Wine now in use. Just received and for sal by
8. LI. LOOM 18 A CO., Sole Agents,
my21 42 Public Square, Naahville.
Bancroft, Eetts & Marshall,
CIIAItI.i;STO, s. c.
CIKCTILAS FOB FALL 0? 1855.
VXTE deslr to call th attention of our friends and tht
I v buyer of Dry GKds tUiugliout the Westaad touilt
vest, to our attractions lor the tall sale of the present
Our business Is now so well organized and arrange, that
we are better able than ver before, to supply tbo trsvla
with a large and attractive stork.
Our v ImporUtisu will supply our For
eign Department wuli all the new and desirable fabric,
from the Euroiean market selected by on of the house,
resident ia Europe and will be particularly adapted to our
Our Domestic and Staple Goods Department will be sup
plied wilh all the leading styles of Goods.
It is, we believe, an a. knuwledged fact that car Htock has
always been one ol the largest aud most attractive in tins
eonnlry, and we also believe that the best buyers have be
come convinced that our srsteui of bll'JKT PliOUld AND
PROMPT PAY is the moel saiirac:ory.
We invite the attention of all close buyer to our I.nrffo
and Altrartive Mark) but with the distinct un
derstanding that r sell goods only fur cash, or good note
payable in all rases at Bank.
We shall horn tills date forward, adopt a Dew plan In con
nection wl:h our Domestic Goods Department. Wo shall
keep a full and oomplei assortment of Bleached, Brown
and Colored Cotton Goods which will be sold only for nett
Cash. Our object iu this is to supply i)na Good a low
a they are Bold by rash bouse in th Nortbera citia. la
order to test this feature of our business w only ask a
comparison of cash prices wilh time prices and then w
will leave the decision to the purchaser.
From the three year' experience since the establishment
of our business w arc enabled the more coOdrntly to in
vite attention to our stock and plans lor business, believing
that w offer Inducement t" no Jt' m in Vai Artist
ry. . ' 9 iD ill KING DlhtT,
July l.l.-vj. jvP-ttabui tuxWTO,S. C,
MLDU'IsYlL IMIAL1TI0., &c
A LOCAL At XIUAT IN THE TREATMENT OF DU
EAS18 OF THE THROAT, LUNGS, Ac.
THOMAS 2L OEZEHH0UQH, 11. J).
(LaU of London and Paris Resident Physician of New
HAS arrived in Nashville, where he will remain during
th summer, and place undrr treatment all those who
anay desira bis skill and aid in ail furmi of diseases of th
rcMiratory and circu alory organs.
Dr. Greenhough having bteo eonnrcted with Dra. Perelra
and Williamson, f London, and bring a member of medi
cal aocietir in Kuio), tan guarautro to all ina i.ls tin
most recent and suiceuful iiuprevrment in Hie treatment
of each case, which will always bo regulated by and baaed
poa the vital principle of the
PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMITRT OF MAN,
K. B. Chronic Fem: complaints implicating th re
spiratory organs, wili receive particular attention, and La
die, when preferred, will bo visited at their own residence,
NO CHARGE F0 COMrLT ATIOJJ.
ff OXier, Verandah Hotel, Nsshvilks, Tenn.
lr Patianu In the country will rwoetv attention by
Itr Numerous testimonial and refrrenoe a to ski!!,
trgnty, Ac .from many prominent cttiaeo aud pbysicM
of Nrw Orleans Me pl.is and other cities can be seen and
obtained at the Doctor's Ottos.
Dae notice of th Lecture en Animal Chemistry, th
Physiology and Pathology of th Nervous Fystesss and th
Chemico-lhcrapeuuc aruoa of aaosiotnea, Ac, will k duly
girea. Jy 17 tf
Tr-prRNLUED ROOM WANTED, suitable lur aPhy.
ioiac's oflios. In a central barahty. lo, two ruuius pw
tor and bedroom, for a srenUeouui and wif.
Adilras Dr. G, Post umo. D 14 tf
Ol.l VI-: tij S5boiOI(vOtl,Jutrived Also,
8 doc. of a rbolc brand of Tusoany o:L which is supe
rior to U ordinary Uliv Oil, acid lur ubi use. I
. JO. M. BROWK. '
ttV D. IflJXEK. IWEETIXG ST.
pl dly CtIAKL.ESTOXs S. C.
Broad Street, Antruata, Ga.
T'HIS new and commodious house, splendidly ftir- f
JL Dished, is now ready for the reception of visitor. r '
- J M. BmraoM, Proprietor. Mr. Nicu&soa.Sup't. MmA
I .''ROM and after tb 1st Angust next, th nndenlgaed
will reduce their charges for forwarding.
On Ail packag-s of Dry Goods Eboes Boot, Hata,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Books c, of
ordinary site, each, HX
Casks and ban els of Wine and Liquors 'r
All small packages of Groceries 10
Coffee and Nails, per sack and keg, 10
All heavy and cotly articles charged In proportion.
Forwarding Grain coastwise, per sack,, - 5
Flour in barrels, 10
rf-Men-s. W. H. GORDO A CO., of Nashville, are our
Agent In that place, to whom payments must be made.
f?T"Mercbants pot resident of Nashville, but who re
ceive their goods there, must pay Mesar-. Gordon A Co. m
advance or ren.it to us, or we thall charge five per cent for
flTWe measure all our fre-ghta, detecting any over
charge lu measurment of goods I y vessels.
rSTWe sell on commission ail kinds of Produce.
tSSWe are the Agents for the Tredegar Iron Works,
Richmond, Ya., for all sizes of liar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every descripilon, Railroad Chairs and t-pikes. Bridge Iron,
AC, AC, ana the best Virginia l' g Metal.
WVATT A CO., Charleston,
YOUNG, WY ATT A CO., Savannah,
Cotton Factors, CommUaion and Forwarding Merchant.
ECO.O.TfV AND COIIOHT.
DK. C. "W. CBOZIEE'S
Camphor Wash Mixture,
Patented July II, 1854, and which received the
Premium at the Nashville Fair in October
last- Warranted to contain nothing in
the least injurious to Clothes; also
a Great Fain Killer.
fJnE undersigned, having repeatedly been solicited to
JL make consignments of the Patent Camphor Wash Mix
ture, has concluded to sell no more county rights in this
Ptate, but will in futur bave the Improved Camphor Wash
Mixture put up and distributed throughout this tate (ex
cept in the counties where the rights have been disposed of)
and in the State of Alabama. And that he may be enabled
more effectually to make this arrangement, he proposes to
divide the patent for Tennessee and Alabama into J.lsii
shares, one-fourth to be retained, and the remainder 750
shares will be offered for sale. A peison remitting ten
dollars will have one share in the Patent, to run fourteen
years from July 11, 1864, and will be at the lame time in
vesting also five dollurs to be used in the purchase of the '
ingredient, advertising and the necessary expenditure of
the means to prepare and distribute the Mixture for sale.
Consignments will be made to shareholder, (who may re
quest it,) and to no other persons, to the amount of their
remittance. And they will be allowed a commission of 83
per cent on their sales, and also tbeir proportion of the
profits at large.
Annual exhibit of sales will be made, and dividends of the
profits remitted to each shareholder. No debts will be con
tracted, nor will the Company he responsible for any, a the
business will be conducted upon the cash system.
Any of thofe who have purchased patents for eonntles in
thit IState, can have the privilege of exchanging their righ's
fr share at the pric they have paid. This exchange will
be made at the cost of the Patentee.
It if desirable to bave at least one or more active share
holders in each county in the States named. Subscriptions
for share will be cloi-ed by the 1st September next. And
consignment of the Mixture will be made very soon there
after. Certificates issued to shareholders, who will request
the Agency, If they desire it.
The undersigned will act Agent until the shareholder
elect three directors to serve one year, who will have the
management until their successors shall be elected.
Newspapers in Mobile, Montgomery, Tuscaloosa, Hunts
ville, Talladega and Tuscumbia, that wiil pubii-h this twice
and other advertisements to the amount of ten dollars, and
end one copy, will receive oue share. Address,
C. W. CR0Z1KR, Patentee,
v.2i Knoxville, Tenn,
TO THE riltXlC
Of the United States.
AN advertisement of Mr. CDOITHO WOLFE, lately pub
lished, as I suppose, intended for the protection of his
Schiedam Schnapps against counterfeiter!, has come under
my observation, and being engaged in the manufacture of
Schiedam N:hnapi, were I to let it pasi without notice
through thii medium, I might be considered among those
he dem minates "J'irate ami Yemlfrt nf I'in-non;n but
the Immense patronage and success that has atte ded the
sale of the article manufactured hy me, and the opinion of
competent judge as to it qualities as a beverage and its
medicinal virt ues, precludes the possibility of the Idea that
I am inclnded among thoe he designs t Impugn. No
doubt he feels argrieved at the deprecation of the sale of
his Schnapps, which is manifest to all, since mine has been
brought into competition with bis. Not only have I succeed,
ed in competing with him in quality, but the constant and
increasing demand lor my article, has enabled me to furnish
it at a lesi price than he can, or does say i in the ioten.
And, furthermore, he will soon become satisfied that his cau
tion to the citixens ol the "Southern and Western States"
will avail him nothing as tar as I am concerned, for the
character of my Srhiedarn Schnapps is too well established
In those S'ates, U lm njured by any such Invidious publi
cation. The motive of his advertisement is obvious to every
one, and feeling well satisfied that all such missile thrown
at me by him will fall harmless at my fee', I will here, lor
fie satisfaction of the puhlic, publish a copy of my Patent
Right, entered in the Southern District of New York, on
the taith ol December, ISM:
(Copy of Patent Right.)
socrnnns district or sew touk, s.&
Be it remembered, That on tb twenty -eighth day of De
cember, Anno Domini, 1S54, rarnard L. Simpson, of th
said District, hath deposited in this ofii: tb title of a print
or label, the title of which is in the words following, to
wit : " Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Jumper
Schnapps, a superior Tonic, Anti DUpeptic Invigorating
Cordial," the right whereof be claim a author and pro
prietor. In conformity with aa act of Congress, entitled
"An Act to amend the scvtal Acts respecting coov right."
GKO. W. MORTON,
Clerk of the Southern DUttict of New York.
And 1 tske pleasure on this occasion to tender my sincere
thanks to the public in general, and to my friends in )' tlru
lar, for the kind liberality with which they have patron sed
me from my commencement of this enterprise; and I assure
them that I shall continue to provide them always with a
genuine and luperiur article of Schiedam Schjiapt.
Ji4-u3m BARNARD L. blMl'tfON.
" IIAIt.AKD L. M.Tirso:',
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUMPER SCHUAPPS.
A Superior Tonic, anll-D ypr-jtlc Invifr
IT is a ItmentaMe truth that, with few exceptions every
article of food we cat, every article cf drink we habili,
Is more or lee adulterated; aud in nothing ha adultera
tion been practiced to such ai extent a in splriu.u, vi
nous and fermented bq lors. So much so, in fact, that it is
imfiossihl to procure pure liquors and wines unless obtain
ed dim from a fuma Jitit importer, of known reputation,
anu wen esiaoiutneu loreig-u ounneciiuns.
It is owing to the corrosive, inflammatory and poisonous
proertie of the liquors sold generally in this country, that
dlsgracelul, beastial intoxication is so fiequent, that the
Les-islalures of several of the States have taken the matter
In hand, and prohibited the sal of spirituous or fermented
liquors a common b.versga.
H er all liquor sold pure and unadulterated, we should
need no Maine Law, and but few restrictions on th-lr sale.
Blotched facn, palsied limbs swollen Be-b, and that fearful
disease, ilrltjium trmtm,n produced, not by pure liquors
but bv the Infatuated habit of Indulging in the coriusive
poisons sold under that drs gnalioa.
I v n ft .-V R
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JCTSLPES 8CH5APPS
Ar. manufactured exclusively at Schiedam, In Holland ac
cording to th directions of ol J esiablinhed distilling house
a nn ioia aim nr. vi leans, expressly lor nirdlcinal
purposes and ar entitled to hih consideration No other
mcUK-inal beverage, at present in use 10 th United State
r In tumps pussae such salutary and efficacious prop
erties In cases of Goat, Gravel, Obstructions of th Kidneys,
Bladder and Urinary Organs as we' as in tb peculiar dis
eases incidental to femaks their eflect is so prompt and dc
cided that thev hav excited the asionbhment sf meiieal
men, and elicited expressions of th most unbounded grati
tude from the patient to the proprietor.
Agents and private purchasers or cautioned to guard
gainst th compound of unscrupulous imitator, s.mp
soo's Aromatic juniper Schnapps will hav th title cl
the Medicinal Cordial cmhowed on th side of th bottl
that contain it, and th signatur of th piourietor on lu.
The label on each bottle, which bos been duly entered In
th I uIUmI Stale District Court, and consequently protect
ed from imitaliun by the peoaliir of a law of Congress I
id th thru principal living language Englith, French
and German, and pamphlet In those languages dtascritiv
of lb merits of this health-invigorating beverage, can al
ways b hod at lli Agent.
J. WRIGHT A CO., Agents
No. 151 Chartre street. New 0i leant,
fWA partir manufacturing a bnpu artichs of Kehnapp
mav endeavor to persuade tha public that BARNARD L
SIMPCON, tb proprietor of th g.nnm Aromatic SchieCaa
Juniper rVhnapp, Is not a feot! Jul direct Importer, he
wishes to b. understood that the most unquestionable proof
of the fact can be furnished by th most eminent importing
merchant la New Orleans
0. W. TI END F. R5 HOTT,
Corner of Cedar tract and tb Square,
JyA d6n Nashville, Tenn.
I IE It OC KAM A V IO It R A L E.
I HATE fir !aflu ROCK A WAT, suitable for en or
two horses, with a P0KTAKLK PARTITION ha been
uJ about an months A'., an excellent FURNlTUIUf
CAS. Cheap fur each. Apply to U MOSfcJ,
No. ft College street,
VS tf Opposite tb tWwaaoe House.
I OH SALE.
4 t!0rI AD LOT ia the Southern portion of
Mtd (renu m Cam.ll hmh ia l.i a!t .!'
VtC iS M tIbwW4rwl srlassUaaw Hwrtvat-iaa V .
r - wsMwauw rvnar tv7HH, V 1 1.11 U
ight taot Hall. Porvew in rrw.t, and Poera eisrht tW wide,
aa I back Brick uiMlf.ga. Any pwsoa wiabiag t. bay a
eat and tMimrlabl. aoats should exasata th. au.vs hoM
oad tut, as 1 wilicil It cbswp and ! n r.aautiabl. tn-saa.
A. A. SAUOvVF. t-ewal AgejiL
J ! No. IT IWlwtck st
BELT IEAUH0 PaESEXTX CASS ASQ JABaT"
tU ALL U la rweclpl la ew da .f qaantity f r
ssstnur a ad ls..lHmki m.t u-. ii- . i .
snbaMy o4apt4 lur kimuisct au4 aarnHa w t
wants of lb wiabJiig to praesiv butt and vrffMaM.
it' U. D. DlCaaT.
S. Mi BARRETT,
WOOD AMD WILLOW WARE,
C0BDAGZ AND PAFEB LEALES.
Manufactnier of WASH BOARDS, under firm name of
. WATEItS Aj CO.
Manufacturer of PLOW HANDLES and OAK WORK.un
der firm nam of
COLEMAN tV CO.
MANCFACTTRrTt and Wholesale dealer In Wood and
Willow Ware, Buckets, Tub. Cordage of every de
scription; Fishing Tackle, Blacking, Matches Broom,
(Selves, names. Horse dollars, ccaar ware, ice vuesu, vov-
tm Koue, Brushes, Measures Brooms awuie, ana nan
Also, dealer in better quality of Wrapping, Roofing, Bat
ting and Tea papers, at manufacturers rates ueaicr in
Tar Paper and t'omposltion for Hoofing.
tTT Or.iers reipectfUlly solicited and satiffaction guar
antied in all cases.
Store comer of Walnut ud Front street; Paper Ware-
l ouse No X7 n aluut street; Factory 07 a' er ireet. .
8. M. HARKETT.
aogl tf Cincinnati, Obio.
U. Q. MoCOMAS...... D. C. SMITE
!McC0MAS, SMITH & CO.
roswAEDiso and coacassioir
MEItOEC A WTG,
Ko. 8 EroadweU'i Building, Sycamore Street,
.rtiA d:cl.W ATI, OHIO.
GREAT WESTERN TRUNK STORE
IVo. 23 Itroadway
IIISE cV WII.LIAITIS,
MANCFACTCTtERS of all kinds of TraV- ,- s.
eiing and Packing Trunks Valise. La- p JjJ-U,
dies Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Satchels , lr I V
Ac. All orders from abroad Dromntlv attend-w.au I I !
ed to. We are determined our work shall not be surpassed
in the Union.
fW Our friends In the South will find onr terms aa favor
able as any other similar bouse East or West, and our fab
ricki unsurpassed for excellent workmanship, durability
and cheapness, w solicit a trial. itoii u
DRS. DUNCAN 8c CAMERON,
No. 15o West Sixth street, between Race and Elm Street,
'PHIS OFFICE UNDER THE MANAGE-
X ment of its present proprietors, has been
Increasing in reputation for superior opera
tions in the Artificial Department of Dentis
try for the last ten years, and no expense or effort shall be
wanting to give satisfaction to ail who may favor it with
The subscribers would call attention to the following essen
tial points pertaining to Artificial Teeth, vis: Beauty and
naturalness of appearance, quality and strength of the ma
teria in, comfort to the wearer, and usefulness In restoring
the natural appearance of the speech, and ability to masti
cate: in all of which they are warranted in laying they art
exceeded by none, and equaled by lew. -., . .
Inserted from one to a full set, with Artificial Gums
Full and Half Sets Invariably Inserted by suction.
All oiierationi in Dentistry performed in the most thor
TERMS, Considering the superior character of the work
and the guarantee given, they are the most reasonable in
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON GOLD PLATE,
3 Ii:H TOOTH. .
TWO TEETH OR MORE ON SILVER PLATE,
12 PER TOOTH.
The money refunded If the Teeth do not prove latlsfactory.
fT Forthe information of those living at a distance, we
would slate that our facilities are such, that we can make in
the finest style, a full set of TEETH in from 24 to 45 hours,
and small pieces In proportion, so that no detention need
be apprehended. W. O. UUNCAN, I ,, ,
fto. 150 est cucth street between Race and Elm,
; ec19 ly CINCINNATI, OHIO.
LEONARD E. FORSYTH, GEO. W. OLIPUANT
o Wheeling, I'a. TimHee.
E. E. FORSTTII He CO.,
FORWARDING AGENTS '
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 47 Public Landing, Cincinnati, O.
HATING established a House in Cincinnati for the trans
action of a Forwarding and Commission Business, we
respectfully solicit the patronage of the Merchants of Nash
ville and surrounding country. Being the authorized agents
for Transmutation lines, to and from the Eastern Cities, wc
are enabled to offer to our frienc's and the public generally,
superior advantage in the Transportation of their MER
CHANDISE and PRODUCE. Through receipt given at
specifle I time and rates Special attention will be given
Mark package "Care L. E. F. A Co.. Cincinnati."
iani IJylS ly L. E. F0RSY1U k CO.
QIT.EX CITY SCALE WOKKS.
fTf No. 6 Columbia St,
A I Between Main and Walnut,
1 v .m ar . i ., nm
Z TOAD, DEPOT, HAY, STOCK t'R COAL.
FLOOR AND PI.A'I FORM SCALES of
all Ise Also, DR CO GIST AND BANK SCALKS, BRASS
AND IRON BEAMS, COUNTER SCALES, Ac, Ac , which
I warrant of superior workmanship and router' als. I
would call particular attention to my IRON LEVER HAY
AND STOCK SCALES. All communication promptly at
tended to. octll dly
PATENT REVERTING FLCE8 FOR 8A VINO FUEL
IX TBI' -
SETTING OF STEAM B0ILEKS.
TIMMIAN II. W IMi, Proprietor
AT Harrison, Eaton A Co.' Spice Mills, 101 Walnut street,
St. Lnn Othce, at Goodin A Tooker, 125 Third street. B.
8. LANSEI.L, Agent.
CUAS. S EAGER, Agent, at the Natchei Foundry, Natches
Mia. Jy18 ly
M. T. H A1 F.N,
W. R. CASON,
ImU qf Tenn. JUite JWitHi'. Lute of CulunXia,
RHODES, EAGEN & CO.,
rOEWASDINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 84 Sycamore it, Eaat tide, below Second,
VTILL give special attention to Forwarding Goods, Pro
si V riuce, Ac; also, to the purchase and le of all kinds
of Produce, and article of Cincinnati and Pittsburg Manu
factures. JAMES COLLINS A CO., Piffshorg, Fnr'd'g Agents
fWRefir to NASHVILLE MERCHANTS generally.
ft A E A M A N U E it S A F E ,
J A RR ANTED to sUnd 10 per cent mors fire fw,
I than any Her rinses afe In use. and sold at 1 13 ftl
the same price. Alao, I roil SUnttf-rw,Msali I Q 14
ani IHwr for Itank laulls niVike
slsr's. AIm, l'alrsil Male Einrd (rtrir
rralors all warranted as gnood and cheap as any in th
country, by EVANS A WATfON. Nctteouth 4th street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Hcl.'s Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Lock furnished wlitu required. W. C.
LILLARD I authortacd to recisr orders and make sale of
the abov. ny& 1
THE P0CXET iESCULAPIUS;
OR EVERT ANE HIS OWN PHTSICIAJT.
ifiJjt TH FIFTIETH Edition, with
iii. naaurcn &iis:r.iursiuiowing
Disease, and Malformations of to
A Human Py
V f-, 'orm- T
Si -C '-' vWlsonth
Pyistem in every shape and
which I added a Treat.
Disease of Females be
ing of th highest importune to
marrivt enpls or those contcm
platir marriage. By
1LLIAM T0UN0, M. D
Let no father b oshamJ to pre
ct copy of th Ji?CL"LAPIUS
so bis child. Itmaysave him from
an aorly rr. Let ca young
man r woman enter into th M
rret obliraUon of snarriMl Hi.
rltbMt reading th POCKET AfCULAPICiJ. lt no on
suffering a hacknied Cough, Pain la th Kids rwstlfwanighu,
nervous feeling, and the wboia train of Dyspeptic sonau
tions and giveu up by their pejsiciau, be another aoment
without rooMlting th tKMCCLAPlUA. Havi th snorriad,
or lhoe about to be snarried any lmpediant, read thia tru
ly useful book , as It has been th. meant of aarmg thoonad
f untoi tunate creatuns from the Jaw of death.
HT Any person sending TWEXTY-FIVR CCNTI enclos
ed ia setter, will recetv one ropy of thta work by mall, r
fivpe wiilU Mat tof Un Dollar. Addrww, port-paid,
DR. WM. TOUNG,
ecd-1 Jo.WS pruo trt, PUIlada.
II IK KEY. too borraU Pik1 MagooU Whikkry;
V bbi old KMrr and Rya do; .
Ill do Robiawo county ttoubw 0MtCI4 do;
Ia etore and for sal by
au.1 EITM0CR, FANNIN0 A CO.
FOtt RA I. E Between eightowa and alaete f
buadrwd oeroaaf land lying la tb eountr of Tro- "f
vis T.sa, I miLe weM of Auatia. Tb shov. tract of Uad,
r a portKm of it wJi M sehaagd ftr Dry Uood or Gt
wrva. Ala, a lot ta to casunty ( Ubwrty, and towa of
aailbnt, ib saaie torsa a I k abav. For tartber ta
bnsi an4y U JL A. BAJLLOWE, GnT Agt,
f bJ lis 17 Da4ertck U
IOil KAI.E-lcsBaia GUST MILL, wrUl aO
th. ttturm Bseisaary ar th . To AUIl pro
by a Traod Whawl, aad ssnssi w labia g a KiiU Id
ltw.r ewa as. would a. wU to hs doweM, is will
ld rbM.p. Apiilyto R. A. BALLOWK,
i 0al Agt K U Dstosnct t.
JO. G. BROWN,
DETJGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
S0RGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College- street, nashville, tenn..
MI stock of Fancy Goods Perfumery, Ac, I now very
complete, having received fresh supplies, selected by
one of the firm In person, ri: Labln's, Razin'i and Mitchel's
aztracts; American Tract, and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps: Hair and Tooth Brushes in every tyle: Dil-
luc's and Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals; Chins Metal
. and Glass Puff Boxes several new styles; Shell Combs, large
stock. Also bave on hand Indigo, Madder, White Lead,
Linseeq mi, Turpentine, ate, c Jr
rpiHE Copartnership heretofore existing under the firm
a siyieoi Dituna a tiuuiuan, is tms uay mssoiveu or
mutu'il consent. Jo. G. Baowa ia alone authorized to use
the name of the firm in liquidation. Ac.
JA?Un G. BROWN,
Nashville, June 8,1853. W. B. GRCBB3.
JO, G. BHOHK,
HAVING purchased the entire Interest of Mr. W. B.
Gkdbbs, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
merly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends, Ac., Ac. No 43 College street. Je3
FIlilllXG TACK EE A large stock, .elected by
one of the firm, consisting of Genuine l.imr-r
ick Hooks, plain and on Fnooris; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Line cable laid Silk and Sea Grass, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 12 by 4; Floats of every va
riety, Keels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac.
Ac, Ac In short, can supply those who can' appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successful prosecution of this useful calling.
I 9 43 College at.
PL IKE illU.MO.NUAIIIXA IV II ISKY-5 bbls
of the above, just received, of prime quality, gold to
us for six year old. JO. G. BROWN,
. Jc' 4aCollereit.
IJ'IO.HE WAKE t,U0 pieces Stone Ware, consisting
iJ of Jars, Churn, Jngs, Milk Pans, Hutter Crooks, Ac, of
JTery size, just received. JO. G.BROWN,
Jet - 43 College it.
POUT HI A!I SCOTCH AEE-Constantly
n hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co's celebrated London
Porter and Mein'i Scotch Ale. JO. O. BROWN,
i . - 43 College street.
PI'.AKE STARCH 2) boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, Just received by
JO. G. BROWN,
Jet ' 48 College st.
T70K J EI.
100 lbs. Isinirlass Sheet and Shred.
X Also, 1 gr
ling Gelatine; Dupuy's Extract of
J. ti. BIIONN,
- 43 College st.
GOLD FOIE Abbey A Son's Gold Foil constantly on
haud. JO. G. BROWN,
jet 43 College street'
CONGRESS WATER Constantly receiving, di
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
jet 43 Colleglt.
CPEIOI A!l WAX CAW DEES 10 boxes
O Sperm and Wax Candles, this dav received by
JO. G. BROWN,
. let 43 College street.
JEECI1ES 1,000 Sweedish Leeches on hand and for
-t sale by JO. G. BROWN.
Jet ' 43 College si.
LARD OIE 10 bbls No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
JO. G. BROWN,
Jet 43 College st.
EOS A SH0ET TIME ONLY.
JIT. SEMMONS, English Optician, late of the firm
of H Seminom A Son, manufacturer mil inventor of
the newly invented and improved Spectacles, from the im
proved Spectacle Manufactory and Cornwell Optician estab
lishment, East Bridge Truro, respectfully announcrs his ar
rival on a professional visit, with a splendid assortment of
his newly invented and improved Spectacles, and may be
consulted at his office, on the Square, room over
BERRY'S BOOKSTORE, NASHVILLE, TENN.
' These celebrated Spectacles are made of Brazilian Sand,
and known under the name of Brazilian Pel'bles, ami con
structei in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in
the pecnli ir form of a concavo-convex mirror, admirably
adapted to the organ of aight, and cua be u;el by the old
and the voung to i.ursiie the mo-t minute employment, ei
ther by day or candle lifrht, with perfect ease, and never
cause that giddiness of the head or unpleasant sensation to
the eyes that many experience from u-ing the common
kind, but tend t strengthen and improve the slht, as will
be seen by the following testimonials fiom those Using them.
Office hour from 6 A M to 5 l M.
MmrHis, March Jftli, 1?'5.
Mr. J H. SnotOBS Fir: The use I have made of the pair
of Glasses obtained from you, satifles me of the utility and
value of the form and material by which they are distin
guished. Without magnifyu.g the olject leyond the size
apparent to the natural vision, they render it distinct and
clear without fatigue to the eye.
So far as my limited experience extends, I am very much
pleased with them.
Veiy respectfully, your ob't serv't,
- J. H. McMAIION.
From Hon. Geo. D. Prentice, editor Louisville Journal.
. Undoubtedly they are the best Specta
cle! in toe world. The continuous ui-e of them lor any num
ber of hours does not fatigue the eye in ttie least, and the
vision of age if rendered by them iu all i espects like that of
Memphis, March 24. I'M.
Mr. J. II. Smvnjh! Dear Sir: I have cart fully examine!
your Brazilian Pebnle Spectacles, and most cheerfully and
my testimony to their superiuiity over any other lenses 1
bave yet seen.
B -sides the philosophy of this form, shape, Ac, the re
markable transparency and hardness of the material render
them prculWrly adapted to the purposes of assisting impair
ed vision, which unlike other spectacle do so, without fa
tiguing the eye by their nse.
1 can, my dear sir, coidially recorr mend your Brnzilllan
Pebbles to mv friends as specially worthy of their confluence
and feel assured that a trial, ill in every case giresaiilac
tiun. I am, my dear sir, truly yours c.
A. K. TAYLOR, M. D,
Prof. Anat. Memphis Med. College.
I have examined and used myself Mr. J. II. Semmons'
Brwiilian Pebble Spectacle, and fully concur in the opinion
expressed above by I'rof. A. K. Taylor, as to their superi
ority both in term and material, over the ordinary glasses
and recommend them to all persons requiring the use of
spectacles. . L. MIA.K, M
Prof. Obst. Memphis' Med. College.
From the Hon. David Dal Owen, U. S. Geologist.
Nrw Habmoht, March 23, 1S34
Mr. J. H. Fssmoss Sir: Having examined ynurspecta
cles constructed of concave convex Brazilian Pebbles, 1 take
pleasure in testifying to their advantages over the ordinary
glass spectacle. Their luperior hardnen prevents them
being defected by scratches; the peculiar manner in which
they are ground and poliatied, together with their transpa
rency, obviate the (train usually experienced in wearing
glasses and their coolness especially recommends them to
those having weaa. Irritable eyes. '
JylO tf D. D. OWEN.
WAVHEs CUE XVI LEE A CO.,
General CouimUuioi and Forwarding
. - SAVANNA II, 6 A.
T TTE will continue to forward all Goods to our rare, nnder
vV th same arrangement and at the same, rates as
during the past vaon, collecting ficighl bills it the
T'ie reduction of freight from 15c to 8e per foot on the Phil
adelphia and New York steamers to this city, will give Sa
vannah still greater facilities than heretofore as the shipping
port for Midd!. and East Tennessee, while there ia no re
dray ag between Savannah and Nashville, a on the
' Our bouse at Chattanooga will mk purr bases of Grain
for our order from th Eastern ports and will make ad
vance i upon all Produce sent us hi sale or shipment, when
IFOur house b kept open. EpMtmlc or no Ejltfrric.
JyH m p WAYNE, ORENV1I.I K A CO.
RecelTinc, Forwarding and ConiwUkloo
HAI large and Commodious warsbous tea- rl
mediately on the bonk of tb River. P !
ylu triwtf V.-.f
S. II. EOO.TIIS V CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, -
FOBWAETJISO A2TD COM JHSSI05 KX2CHAX TS,
And sole agent for th sale of
Haj&rd'i Kentucky ie and Elagtiny Powder,
. BACON k BRO.8 SAFETY FUSE, AND
Eenjrworth'a Sparkling Catawba Wines,
43 Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN.
IOFTTR tbr sole a Hosts and Lot on the corner of Bell
and Spring streets la Edgefield. The lot front on
Spring street seventy f-et, and run back on Bell street two
hundred fort to a twel v foot alley. The au i two (torie
high, with porch abov aad beiosT, and contains four rooms
beside dining room, bath roam, servant' room, klu-nea,
tablet and carriage noose, with a good cutora asd cellar.
Tw Lot Itamedlatery bock of th above, fronting fifty
feet each Beit (treet, and running bock one hundred and
ninety four feet, aft nc!ed. Ami on lot la West Nash
Tdls fronting fifty feet n Locust street, and running bask
on. hundred and seventy ir. feet to a fl."Ueu foot alley.
Th a Sore property eaa be bought on rood lams and th
vacant kiu ax dswirabla buildiog lots Fur luriher partic
ulars, and Urau, apply to
JL A. iALLOWt G.nl Agt,
my 80 . tia. II OMderkk strt.
BOOKS Foil LEI3TJRX HO SKA
STAR PAPERA, or KxprinCr of Art and Natar, by
H.fry Waru BcIk. .
PLEP8 FROM A BELFRY, or th Prik Sketch Boca,
ky K.v. F. W. (iheitoa.
JOY A D CARE, a trlaadV Book tor Toemg Mothers by
OCR Cot 3T6TMEN, Brief Msotr Esaiaeat Aaaer.
scans, by Losssog.
ALu.N C, by Mariosi Harlanu, df Vlrgims
Ju4 iwwatved aad for Role by
Ijy t CUARLEA ft. SMITH.
' ; CIHS vu.ii. '
FTEI of C!p Ptarubi CUa aLfl for aal.br
X D. D. DICK IT.
sel Vs I Cuii Mr.
ZVAIfS, POBTZa A CO.,
No. 51 7Iarket Street .
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, KATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
TTTE have now in store our entire Stock nf
W SPL5TG AND SUMMER DEY GOODS.
HATS, UtlOTS, SHOES AND IIOWLTS.
The stock comprises greater variety and a Uqrer amount
than we have ever before offered. The attention of dealers
is respectfully solicited, with the assurance that 've can and
will sell as low as they can he purchawd elscwhi.-re.
We also keep a general assortment of
Leather and Saddler's Trimming's.
DCF0CE k CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
CA&PETS, Ac. Ac.
marl9 EVANS, PORTER k CO.
New Spring Goods for 1855.
A. J. LTOCAN A CO.,
No. 90 Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN.,
HAVE now in store a large proportion of their extensive
stock of Foreign and Domestic Staple and Fancy
Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Irish ad French
Linens, Silks, Hosiery, Trimmings, &e. Ac-,
which they offer on the most favorable terms.
The trade and dealers are requested to favor them with
an early call. They will also be receiving throughout the
season, regular shipments of every novelty In Dress Goods,
Embroideries, Ac, Ac. A. J. DL'NCAN A CO.,
febtfi No. 70 Pubic Square.
'lIIREE lll NUItED Ilafes Brown Muslins and
L Drillings of Southern ManuUctu. e; for which we are
agent. febii A. J. D. k CO.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
o. AO Public Square,
100,000 COPIES. .
Steam Boat Disasters on the
AND STEAM ROAT DIRECTORY.
rlMiS nnilersiirneil have now in course of preparation, a
L new M-iim Itoxl liirri tor) , which will be
issued in October c-"".t. 1 lie book will contalnover twohun
dred papes, illustrated in the best etyle, and n;utly bound
in adurnble manner. It will be one of the must Interest
ing books ever published, and will be a book that will be
intert sting to all claes of people. The SI'FAM BOAT
DIRECTORY will contain a complete li.t and description of
all the fteam floats now afloat in the Western and South
ern Waters. Tire length, model, speed, power, .nd tonnage
of each boat, where and by whom buil', the name of the
boat, with the trade she is in. Also, the names of Caplnins
and officers, her age, Ac, Ac. The Directory will contain a
History of Steam Hunts and Mcam Boating on the vestern
Waters, since the application of s earn; also, asketch of the
first bo it built fur ilie Ohio river, with the name of the
builder, comuiHti'ler and owner.
The River Directory will uuntain list and description of
all the Strum I tout Disaatrri that have occurred
on the Western and Southern Waters, beautifully illustrated.
with a lust of all Uiose who have perished by their bnrnme.
sinking and explmlinir, on the Western and Southern W aters
The HIKEC'TORY WILL CONTAIN MAI'S ol the Ohio,
Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Arkaii'as, hite, Ked Oua
chita, Yaz io, and other rivers, with the Towns and Cities
laid down, with correct distances. b1o, many otli.r Uiver
and Commercial items f interest to the people at large.
The book will contain the card, nf the various C. S. Mail
Boats, wilh the trade they are in, Ac, Ac The Directory
ill also contain a comple list of all the responsible Steam
Boat Licensed Otheers, their pi ices of residence, Ac ; the
new Steam Bout Law, its requirements, with comments
showing wherein it benefits the incompetent i llicer and in
jures the competent otlicer, Ac, and all the inipurtant 17. 8.
Supreme Court Steam Bout I'ecisinna up to date, the R ites
and hnxirtaut Commerciiil I"rivileges, Hills of Lading im
portant Decisions of the various L'. 8. Courts i i n gapito
Freights Lost and Damaged, Ac, with many other things
The Directory will be illustrated in the best style and
printed in the best innnner. The author has fr six years
been gathering together all the facts and items in TegarJ to
the numerous steamboat disasters on the Western and
Southern Waters, and now intends publishing them in book
form. The price of the work will lie put at the low sum of
One DulUr. Ten thousand copies will be issued for the
boatmen; and others desirous of subscribing will have to do
f-o at once, as none will be printed unless nnlerrd in d
v.mee 1 he work is destined to h ive a circulation of over
EltiliTY THOUSAND cpies, as tNe publisher are reeeiv
ing large numbers ol subscriber, l'r mail, fforr all parts of
the country, d.iily. Son'e .f the oldest boatmen, as well as
mest scientific men of the times, are ci ntnbutors to the
IW Hy remitting one dollar to J. T. LLOYD A CO , you
will receive a copy of the above work. The work will he
issued in October. Agents at New Orleans, Memphis, St.
Louis, Louisville, Piitburg, Wheeling and Cinmnnati, will
wait uHin the sieam boat enuinmnders.
All letters should be aiUrsed to
JAS.T. LLOYD a CO.,
jeS tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
tUfCapt. E. D. FtRNSWOUTH will receive subscrip
tion in Nashville, and by mail.
IHE K0ST W0NDEEFUL
Discovery of the Age.
rI 1111S remarkable preparation contains no all
X ulcnt.no essential nil, nor nue unhealthy di
drug. It does
not color the hair, but acts upon th-' i en linns and secre
tive organs, so as to supuly the former with th necessary
col -ring matter, and upon the latter, so as ta completely
restore their impaired or lost functions. All this the propri
etor has a lit: ti t to say, for it has done all this fir him. At
the age of thirty-seven he was a, gray as th- -mm of sev
enty, and hi h.iir nearly all (alien off; but he now has an
anundant cr in, and no person would ever irast'ine that he
ever had a gi av li .ir; aud lit r hair is as soft and pliable as
though it had b-i-n recently oiled. This is not an isnlaied
ca c; it has done the same tor many others, as the following
cei tifloate abundantly prove.
8t. Part Jan. 1,1 SR5.
Prof. 0. J. Wood DearPir: I'nsoliciied 1 send you this
0 r-illcite. After be-ng nearly bald for a lonr time, and
having tried all the hair restoratives extant, and having no
laiih in any, I waa induced, u hearing of yours, to give it a
trial. I placed myse.f in the hands of a barber and had
my bead runhed with a good stiff brush, and the Kestoratitc
then applied and well rubbed in till the scalp was all a glow.
This I repeated every morning, and in three weeks the
young hair appeared, and gtcw rapidly lrnm August last up
to the present time, at d is now black, thick and strong
soft and p easart to the touch, wherra before it was harsh
aad wiry, what little there was i f .t, and that little waa dis
apiaring very rapidtv. I s'ill ne your Kestorative about
twice a week, and shall soon have a good and perfect crop
nf hair. Now I have re.d of these tl.irgs aid who has
not? nut hive never littlierlo seen any case i i wi i. h anv
person's hair was re1 y trueilited by the aid of the hair
tonics, Ac, of the d.i; and it really g.ves me pleasure to
record the result of my experience. 1 have rtcorrmen led
your preparation to others, and It alrra ly h.s a lary and
general sale through ut the Territory. 1 lie people litre saw
its effects and have oiifl!enre in it. Ail who nave used it
here wiii conn-id with me in what I have written. The
supp'y you sent us as the mhohsa e agents of the Trrrltoiy
is already exhausted, and daily inquiries are mule for it.
You deseive credit for your discovry. I, for one, return
you my thanks for the benefit it has doer me, for 1 certainly
had drsiair d long, long ago of ever eflecting any such r
suit. 1 congratulate you that your fortune (and a largo one)
is already made.
Your, Laitny, - J IT. BUND.
Ciultli, 111 , Juot) 27. lS-.'-3
I have used Prof. 0. J. Wood's Uair restorative, and hav
aliuire'i its wonderful tffect. My h.ir was r.e-uming, as I
thou.'hi, prematurely g-y but l y the use of tiis Restora
tive it has relumed ii oiigiual ciiior, and I bare no doubt
permanently I. MDStYtar K.sK,
Ex-?cuator Cui J Male.
Ba joiruuji, Jan. 12, ISM.
Prof. Wood Pear fir: ITavIng made trial o' your Hair
Ite-torslive, it give me prsur to ray W at iiaeffsrt ha
been excellent iu removiig ir.fl immation, daiidrutf and a
constant trn'leucy to iiciiiug, wilh which I bar been troub
led from chiiuliood, and la also reatored my hair, which
was becoming gray, to its original color. 1 have used no
other as licle with an) thing Use th saute plea.ure and profit.
Yuma, tru y, J. K. BftAOO.
114 Ma-ket st., 8t Louis, Mo., March 8, 15.V5.
1'ear Sir: I am doiuj an exlennv travel in th Western
and (touthwesteru tilaU-s, as OeneraJ Agent for Adams'
Immm Liu.nMnt, and would b gUd if yo would favor
me wiib a eonsignment of Pro-. Wood's riair IUMonlv, a.
1 feci awur I taai 1 can u.troduc it In many l es where
it is pot known, a my own bad i a living tea isuony of it
ralutble properties, in restoring bair to it natural ioior.
I am lrty year old. and a.y hair ws almost white, but af
ter using three half-pint bo i ties, my bi r ia as ounful so
burn aa it wss at eighteen, aud m h improv, d lu appear
ance, and I would aol b without a bottle on band lor in
pric of ten. I should b g ssl to attend to any matter that
la cont.ectcd with tha Hair Kestoratir. I n.iv. been for
ttiirte- n years mgaged in the in bcsuieta, and will be
glad to hear frcm you soon. Mj atlires i Pali. Ttnn.
Very respectfully, . t WXL It. B&OOMC
trT Prepared and olJ at 114 Market arnwt, between
4tb and 5tli, ft. Ljuh Mi , an I 814 Brovlwsy, New York.
For sale in Elaahvnle, at Uauufactarwr's prtei, by
Also, ir sale, Prof. Wood' Oriental Kanativ ljuinirnt
and Vegetable Ltf'S Pilla, warranted belter than any other,
or the money in aJ eas-s refun led. Sew cirouiar for all a -cwasary
infjrmatl n wii agents.
$550 IN premiums:
HATING largely increased my supp'y of Hart bv th
Premiums oCrred the pat year, ending Jua. SOth, i
am induced fa onVr a larger amount of Pre .ciass r th
present year; od wi I pav th a hove peewilura in sum if
tw. 3t, d, (, I Vi, f to, S 4 aol !U to aay
ten Mr bant or Pesiiars who wiU tfcliver u t-s thioai
to th 1st f J J y, 13je. th large osoeuot sf lAbi; lb
unit to b bought ouuiste e aad by Baca Aorog bantues
I VIL. A ALL TlMtLBPATTHBHTTSHBTMitKET
PRICK IN CA."tl FOal RaUB ON DELI VKK 1 . and l-sjuw a
ewrufieate U tb owner f the eawuaul rsKwived sn t paid fcr.
1 tWN ecruftewta os be kept aad seat ioaa wr before Bel t
Joiy, so tl-at ibrvsi diaiDtaresMsl sswrchaau of lf thi eaa
aaakw tfce award. Tb hrgw aaaounl bsan aaUUaat tw
1 1"0, th next largest s aod o oa towa. i
Merchant trading ne sUg will p ease writ that I nay
k sow In wnow nam te tau th cartificat. CeutbutaCab
will not be allowed. i
Weotru. Lidmv, .:ik sod Wert4 Rag or, not wanle4,
Ood WW aot be tnciudMt is t!i abov. j
1 Hmailr mAmil mimw slwstaa to SUrisi oast burls
rOA thrOUd'iaot Uld4 TstMS'H. j
Jy4-1wwn W. ft. WIUTEMAN. j
FALL &. CUNNINGHAM,
Wholesale dealers and Importers of
ZEX Jhk. ZR. ZD "WXX3I3,
CI TI.ERY AXD Gl'SS
So. 47 'ortlt Si ile Public Square,
HAVE now n store a fall and complete assortment of
HARDWARE in all its varieties, together with an r
P9Bu.v Liaot stock of CUTLERY and GUNS, to all of
which they invite the attention of Dealers visiting this mar
ket. Their stock has been made u by direct purchase
Irom the Manufacturers, both in America and Kurope, and
they feel confident that those who may give them a call will
find it advantageous to deal with them.
fSf Cash and prompt time buyers will find the prices of
the mods suited to the times.
tW Feathers received at the highest price,
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD
American, English German gors
HAEDWAEE AND CUTLEEY,
wifeTdiDl rtBLtc syr-AKi,
?ISII. lSbsrrels Luke Fish,
16 half bbls. do. do., in store and for psltbv
W. H. (iOROOt A CO.
ST A It CA I)L ES 4il0 whole boxes Proctor k Gam
ble's istar Candles in store and for sale by
jel W. 11. GORDON A CO.
COTTON VAIIV-S1! bags Hal, n0, 7il and
Cotton Yarns from the different Factories, in store and
for sale by Jeo V. U. GORDON A CO.
JEANS AMI I.INSEYS
2-1 bales Richland Manufacturing Company' Jems;
M do do do do Linsey, for
negroes, in store and for sale by
Je.3 W. n. COUPON k CO.
nM'ylltl.EK 3-0 boxes nd X piut Pittsburgh
J. I'umbiers. a good article, for sale by
jc28 W. II. GORDON k CO.
OSNA Ill'lttiS 2v bales ,T; Trion Factory, Georgia,
Osnaburgs, a heavv article. Ml i able for wheat hairs for
shipment Noith, for sale by W. 11. GORDON k CO.
SOAI 200 imxes So. 1 Bar Soap in store and fbr sale
by fi AV. If. GORDON A CO.
FOB ALL THE PTJEP0SES OP A
Titer! has Ion;? existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on aa
ure and perfectly sale in its operation. This haa
been prepured to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy ta make a physical pill, but not easy to
niuke the best of all piUt one which should hava
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the puhlic decision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. Tliis is not. Many of thetn produce so much,
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than ciHititerbiil.mre the good to be derived from
them. These pilU produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being puraly
vegetable, no hnrni ran arise from their use in any
quantity; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Amonir the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
mav mention Ljvrr Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, I.istlessness, Irritability, lSiliotts Headache,
liilions Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side
and Loin ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient tliey atl'urd prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness. Files, Colic, Uyseutery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colils with soreness of the body.
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; iu short, any
and evtrv cae where a purgative is required.
They Lave uNo produced some singularly s.ic
ceasful cures iu llhiiutuatisiu, Gout.Dropty, Gravel,
Krvsiprlas, Falpitution of the Heart, Fains in the
Hack, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional doso stimulates the stomach and
bowels into health? action, and restores the appe
tite atul vigor. They purify the blood, and, by theil
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reuo
rate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no seriutis derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. '1 be thousand cases in which
a physio is required can not be enumerated here, but
they uuggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than ny thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. When their
virtues are once known, the public will no longer
doubt what remedy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Ueiug sugar-wrapped they ar
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, n
norm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the liox.
JAMES C. AYER,
Frnctical mid Analj Ural Chemist,
Pries 25 Ccnu per Box. Fir Boxes for SL
Kwr th rapid Car of
COrGIIS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
BU0( HITIS, VII00PI.G-(0ltU,
IKOiT. ASTII1IA, A.D
This remedy has won for itself auch notoriety
from its cur-s of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues, iu any community where it
has been employed. fcs wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the case of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarniitis arid sen desperate diseases of the
lungs by its uc. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to e ape observation, and where it virtues ar
known, the public no longer hesitate w hat antidote
to empioy fur the distressUM and dangerous affec
tions of "the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. And "not only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
of Count, Covohs. HoAR-sEtEss, 4c; and for
CatlLDKF.H it is the pleo-santent and aafeat medicine
that ciu be obtained.
" As it has long been In constant nse throughout
this section, we need not do mora than asaure the
people its quality is kept up to ttie best tnai it ever
has been, and that the genuine article is sold by-
BERKY A pr.MOVII.I.E, Wb lesa, NasSvil!. and Be
Udby BkOw'S A GKCBBS, Nhvilbr; and suM by all
de ilers In nieliciue in ery towo in Tennesww.
SAFIVrV IT "E- ,
Vf, iiiai rt Bac-jn k Brw.'s WaV'y Fue, a ftnst rat ar
ticle: warranted. 8. 11. UX'Ml. A CO.,
anj Agents Ar Manufocxire.
b-ld Prim Surar; -
bbls Loaf aiel Criuhasi Sugar;
V, bid 4-1
kul prim PaltiwMir Olffje;
k S A ail Mki
do Common Brandy;
k-.xr T sc-a, all grades;
do Prarl Starrh
A - a-hMl,f Oi-h.nna-
k Lanrwarth'a eoai kbse Catawba Wiaec
Ha do Dry So do
kXI- An A a.
caaes Catawba Brandy, pur article;
k . I 1 U. 1
e. nwunc rwwucr,
r Tely Fu;
Esaiia Citara. oil rr4sr
by Su II. LnoMU k CO .
No. 41 Public Ssiaar.
FOOD FOB HAS A5S HAST.
-ORS-T ) ,mL kt Corn, S M sack! tHts; lo bale hay a
O rerwivrd aad for aai by V. I MCKkT,
apt No. Collage street.
1'sll I It I IT A iMiupiy of strawkwrrk osal
and aUsptswn retv4 tb A. by
aprlf WUttL k THOMPSON.
HA TI 16 tmtki laws ilasa. la first rsi rWr,
Sue lb oacfc, tut sal by
aj f, B. LOOM'J k CO.
RAILROADS & STAGES
HASHVILLE & CHAITAU00JA EALL20AD.
CHANGE OF SCIIEDI EE.
Leaves Nashville, dav Train n 7 u u
Chattanooga nt 4.2u KM A' M rr"-'s'a
Leaves Nashville, nirht Kpres. at S 30 P r .
i Chattanorea at 6 A. M M" arriwiaa;
Rii'l CUMVII I "...
at NS "VOT m"" tlprC,S 'Bt 6 30 P-M-
io. " - " ai ive.
U I. ANIi'ERSON.Fup'l,
TINXES3EE AUD AT.ARam d . r,nn."
C OEE.TlIilA, AVA VMMKMt,,, JACKSON.
..tiMi.i.iut, .-a.I .'I a.TIIIj.
CPLENDID Four Horse Coaches 'rem Fr.n)t!i to j.
IT V"' eoanectmrat tho,e points wi:h th. KaUroad w
Tusctin.bla. I lorei.ce and M ntuomery.
Ala., and Aberdeen, olniubun
und anion, .IiHs.
e.Io T,'" nors CoM'h U""' ' "- poi-.ts are all if
Express Xriu,, lc,Te8 tf Pfpot t
. auio to
Pulaski u.i i ll..
road at Fraaklm. ru"ng. connecting with th 1
I'nlafckl an4l ( U,
Will leave Na,hilte on the i o'clock P M t ,
ednesilay und Fri.lay. ' r V ' T'ain, Monday,
I.esves Noshviile daily at t o'clock P xi
Fri.nl.lin with a Uaily Four U,,re Coach i n. rirT"n '
For a;l information, thro n, h t'.V,? ,u
eral Kailioa.l. tfuge an.l Omnibus tC e No .V.., l,r-oppo-fe
the P, st tiffice " LeUr ,tr
.R-OntnibBses will call for passenger, i.nvP,of
. marl tf
FR03I NASHVILLZ T0REW ORLEAIsS "
'' i won. ii i.x oi t im s' "
From Montgomery to Mobile bv a .lonble .laily linelmorr.
mg ami even,,,,, o. .vta, s.eamhoau, cZ , 2 T.
steamers Irom tlieute to New Drieans. tbs
. , H. I. ANI)EKsn
. narl'f CeneraKuo.t N. t
It AT EH HEUI Ell.
I? BOM the l.'th Instant, to th. 1st of Jane the rate. r
t a! iX0'" &Vn
uor:anuo!ls.'a,iUnery B-"1'Sl' ' Hats. Bottled U-
CatrP''ng.,ei'U'JS,,iriUTU,T,"ntine' 'n Casl" ,nd b
Chir.a, tllas, .nil r.! Ware, Cigar, in case. Cloeks.
boxes" anlrhalZ:"'1"' ,B Uuou.
Brugs, Fruit Trees an.l Shrubbery, Furs Garden Pee,!,
taing Glasses au.l Locking t;., IMlte" r'.
SplnJ J".". Tin Ware, Te.. .ni
t smr,'T,Tk.sajrv m - m av...
chlnery"8- "' Ma.
Foreign Liquor, in barrels or pio., rr.l ,ee T,h.-e. In
crate. a eMk. Rice, vtVjJZZ
jllMMII a. .. I"
noxe. rurtiHura. !',. Fortes, Can-am... 'bo..l i
orner iint articles, n4 emui..raie,l. A'. i.i '. . .
rtlt 'r a 'nurneraied, to b. charged at rates ot'tZ
Hgousartl -Irs. s rates oi an.
M tolU. '0M'r Dewber. 'JT -m becliangsJ
l.t Cass aa above, per lmi u
81 - ..
Special rat.-s "
.. I Is)
Merchants shlitvn fv.m iur... . .. .
lro.uNew,rk..,dPr,,lad.pla,o n.rl.-stnn and
ni h; ranges from 8 to l i ce,. pe, cublc ftH,
claaa and character of re,.,. "-lur," "
A the Ka.lroaJ Cmp-mie, at Charleston and Savannah
have d.sewutinned the K.s-e.vmg Forwarding M
Shipper may rely upon a strict adherence to the ahoy,
' anl ltf K NEKON, Sup't
spi: iae Mirirr.
no huimnl M...i . . .
" mri io u.e anoy llti, un es each and
very packai-e haa th. n-o..r ,,. i. . "nr
thelnUuti. ii.AC. .u - "'"T"
- t uiAiim upon it.
FEZICHT ON P20DUCE TO CIIASLLSTON A3D
(V ",I.if!!"r 'h:' th" rt"'" " enumerated below.
S will be sent through to Charleston and !U,DUh nth!
rleaton and iUvanuah at the
pi Ices atll x- d to each arri.-u
Tol scco, hh Is., loo Jbj.
Pork in bbw., Ion lb.
flagging and Hope, V Hjti ti
II. I. ANDEtsnS, Sup't
N. A C. Railroad.
L2. C. M. JACZ30!", PbiJid'a, P.,
will BrrscrrsLiT era
IITIB COIPtlHiT, DYSPEPSIA. JiUdlOL
Chron,, or eerow DtlilUy, ti,
irdri Uwr StomtatK.
Inward r'ltes, full
ne of Bim to the
Head, Acidity of :he utora
i'!i,Nu", II tritium, hmgual
for '-m I . FuIIiim or weight in th
Ptomsch, !iur Kruct ifuro, Mnking, or
Fluite ing at trw pit of the linm. h, liwim
mi' gof the 11 -ad, Hurrvd and dirticuit breath
ing, r.ut erin at tlie II. art. Chinking or ruinating
8en-tion when in a lying ottir-. Dimness of Vision,
IX'ta of W'-Ut ty fi re the .- glif. Fever and Dull Pain
In the lie.), l. f! tencv t-f Pei.irari.,n, Tel
lowne. of the .-kii, in I )y, Paia iu th
bide, B. k, t.'liest, l.lnibs, Ac Sud
den piuahesof Heat, flur Ing
iu the lea.'t. Constant I:u
agiiiitiifa f kvil, and
Tt Proprietor, In cailinit tfi attention of th public te
thia preparati n, doea so with a feelikg ol the Btmoal eonfl
dene in its virtue and adaLatajn to ilia diaeaaes lor which,
It to no new and antne I article, but n that ha stood
the teat of a ten yaajV trial before th Amerl, aa people,
and in reputation sal sale ate uunvailed by any similar
praparationt extsnt. The testioiony in iu favor given by
th nvst prominent and w. II known PhjrsKian and hvli
vtduitls, in ail prt of th country, r ImiuenM. Th follow
ing from ji r own tate, ia rv-pes-'fuliy sobmitred, referring
ny who may still doubt, to m r "Memorabilia,' or Practical
keswipt Book, foe Faraaer and Familie, lo kst bad graus, tt
as th Agorib for tlie (..raiari Ml u.r a.
Pnnctpal Oili. and Alanuntctory, 1W Arch street, nil lay
Testimonyfrom Ttnn esse.
Dr. IL IL JcarUimugh, Oovr. Tenn., Aug W.1SS3, arj
MI Esv aeid ad th Uernaa Kitten oU hav sent sua, aa4
if to prepari:oa euntinue i do a much good a It ha
done, M wiii b tNe beat merftcin ever sold her.1
U Srywlyr.-s r'paru, Tenn. Auirust ), lvij, say : "I am
plusl l tut that your tieraaau Sitters hoi given satis
faction in every in tanc where it haa bwra ad. "
at. T. Hoilin. Udhboroeth. Tenn., August , say :
"I PimsMsl l Mai that lb btrsiaa UitUr bav rX.n
general wall f t on "
Dr. P. r.no A Bro., KnixvtlTle. Tenn, tth Aprfl, 1S3I,
aid: "Tour Bitter ar now aelling very hat, and vrw
enoa I hit ha oasd it, isiar a hav ba oU U bona,
ha t rxn beArQWd."
J. W. Franklin A Co., n'!stis, Trnn., December 0,13,
said: Tb asrw trim will want wore of your Muter aoou,
o on of in partasrr UnnS It la a rrval iMslierBe.1
U.K. Hardy, li-.ii.ar, Teno gept-mber la, lai, saJ :
"Ihere h great ilrmand for yuir tillers here; pl.aa n4
anoiiwv hK ana.'
1 1 or aariasLT ToervasaJs. frssi frees an Injarlua in
grctiealo, alway aUaugUMa Um tyrfvm, anil never pro,
)l U In Nasbv 1e by PFRrlT D'MOTTLlP, H. 0. C(V
TtL, IH11 bi!'s .ret U. W. Uk.N DdUHUTT, aad by
Iwa4r tn Mt.iuiM aad SWrkcpr rsrjuber.
auor 1 u dm l r ia w I y
Cl ta A It We eaa ooVr g.-eal Indunemenu I ty ds
lliat waal lu Ci-ara. tail at 4 sc tHen.
iAj . 11. UHjMIi A CO.
ATI Al FOTA TOI.vu 50acksOUao4ll
a,a Fw4sOuws,lua( rw:ivsl and lor sal by
U. D. DiCKET,
Wikrio Wa. 3 Colter stevas.
' LAN AH I;-?1") boxe quart Flaaki;
T lt do W mat err in star sad
for sal by fjyl . U. trOHIKiN k CO.
JOU II I It V." A oegro boy It year of f for lh sal
X acw af Uu tar.
aV. A. BALLOWE, Gesl AgX
tebU .No. IT DeaslTiek strwto.
WI have ass band vrry n;w;tu stork of lie and
Cotua fhewi.eg, T.tto Damask, T . Dtapaw.
MawkiSa, BsUA Twkv W aite bar. I'M Cwtorwd
tuasMta, k , wow. wul 4 a tb
a. C. McNAIiT k tw.