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CHANGE OF TIME J
1S55 . SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Tour Daily Eastern Trains, at 6 A. IL, 91 K
10:20 A- JL and 6 P. M. ,
The Quiclext, Shortttt and Mod Direct Route.
- LAID WITH HEAVY T IEON.
Wheeling Passengers Dine at Zsnesville. ,
Pittsburgh Passengers Dine at Cwstline. : 1
Dunkirk an! Buffalo Passengers Dine at Cleveland.
THE LITTI.F. MIAMI, via Columbus, being the Short,
Qa'ck and Direct Ro.te from Cincinnati to the Hist
.'the time is so arrange 1 that it is made with rate. Connec
tion! are certain. Passengers ere not sulj ct t delay, and
hare fall time for meals, which is a great comfort to ladie
. and children. The Little Miami ria Colombo, being short
and quick route, doc not rtqulre nonymous orrespon
WnU or false maps to recommend it to the traveling public.
Each and every train l.y the Liu Miami mute mo into
the depot of the Lake Shore Road at Cleveland. ,
Tl.tlE Tli LITTLE MIAMI HOl'Ti:. 't
: ; ; rrom Ciaclnuatl (o
C0I-CMHC3 in 8V Hours;
CLEVELAND n-H Moors;
1UNKIKK in l-ltf Hours-,
BUffALO in lo Hours: . -
AI-BANT in 25 Hon
N KW YOKK In 81 Hour;
B'r?TCO tn 83 Hours;
PITTS3CRG in 14 Hoard,
PHlLAt KU'HIA fn81Vnoart,
. - WHEELING in 1) Hour.
.'. . - BALTIMORE in S Honrs, . '
. .. WASHINGTON In 29 Hours,
- filKLLENVlLLKiulJ lloora.
Pasrgay? eJieVed from Cincinnati to Wheeling, Pittsburg,
CleveUnd, Dunkird and Buffalo.
Fasse-uers by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following; day la
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, or Washington City.
The Little Miami ii the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati,
FIVE DALLY TRAINS,
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, fteubenvllla and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leaves Cincinnati at 4 A. M-,
for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
Tork and Boston; Crea-line, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadel
phia and New Vorlq Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wah
" ington City, Philadelphia and New York, Ac,; Steubenville,
Eandusky and Detroit; Xenla, Yellow Springs and Spring
field. This Train stop between Cincinnati and Columbus
at Love land, Morrow, Xenl and London only.
, Passenger bv this train tor Lake Uamars have five hours
aai a ha f at Cleveland.
-CON D THAI N Cleveland and PitUburg Express, leave
iciuiia'i at 9 A. M., for Common. Cleveland, Dunkirk,
feuuato, New I' oik and Boston; Crestline and PitUburg-, Cir
Cieville and Lancaster; Blanchester, Chillicothe and Jlills-
' borootrh. This Tram stops at all points between Cincinnati
- - and Cflum'ius, except Llnwood and Branch Hill Also,
connecting st Cleveland direct with l-ake steamers QTJEEN
OK THE WEST and CRESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Kail, Ac
TIUHD TKA1N Wheeling Express, leaves Cincinnati at
10:20 A. M., for Columbus, Jtaneavdle. Wheeling, Baltimore,
Washington City, Ptrlladali hia snd New York.
This Train sups at all points between Cinnlnnati and
FOURTH TRAIN Accommodation, leaves Cincinnati at
4 P M., for Xenia, Yellow Springs and Springfield; Circle
. Til le and Lancaster, Blanchester and Chilieothe . Uillsboro',
This Train stops at ail points between Cincinnati and
FIETH TRAIN-Cleveland, Pitts'mrg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati at 6 P M., for Columbus, Cleve
and, Dunkirk, Bufl ilo, ew York and Boston; Crestline,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York, Z inesvil'e, Whtelirg,
Baltimore, Waaliiogton City, PhUadulphia and New York.
This Train etips at all points between Cincinnati and
Columbus, exct-pt Lin wood aud Branch Hill.
One Train on Suuday at tM o'clock P. M., for Columbos.
Trains run by Columbus Time 7 MinuttS faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKETS,
And all Information can be obtained at the new offices No.
1 Burnet Uou-e Building, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No. 1T7, front office, Gibson Uouoe Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON. Ticket Agnt: or at the old office, tkmtheast
corner ot Broadway aud front strast, opposite Spencer
House, or at the Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, East front
street. p x
P. W. 8TUADEK, Ocn'l Ag L
THE OMNIBUS LINE
Caua tor Passengers at all the principal Hotels, for each and j
every trin. By leaving directions at eitner oi ma boot
effices, will cali for passengers in all parts of the cttv, with
out fail. Je2o tf
t rCH00SE YOUR ROUTE!
07 f?53 fS'i fTl"3r VdrXl
FEOM LOOTSVLLLE, KT,
BJ THE JEFFERSONVILLE R.
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI B- B.;
Or, Via Indianapolis,
ST TITS BELLEFOyTAIXS A CLEVELAND R. i?n
To EanduaVy, Cleveland, Baflklo, Niagara, Pitta
bvg, Baltimore, "Waahingtoa City, Phil
adelphia, New Tork, Boston, Ac,
BOTH Boutes are expeditious, and through fares to any of
the above points the ame.
First Class PatM-nger Trains leave the Jefferson ville R. R.
Depot daily (Sundays excepted,) to make sura connections
with the roans beyond.
ELi:AXTI,Y FITTED t-'P OJINIIIl'SES
Are carrying pasengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Louisvlliei, to and from the Railroad Station.
Farther particular, can be obtained by inquiring at the
offices of the Hotels or at the Jeffersonvllle R R. Offic--.
near the Gait House, Louisville, where through tickets to all
the principal cities can be procured.
JOHN ZCLAUF. Pres't,
A. P. OSBORNE, Sapt.
J. W. H 4LU Ticket Agent in Louisville. Jan20 U
Vickiiburg Whig, Natchea Courier, New Orleans Picsyuae
nd Delta, Kagle A Enquirer In Memphis, please copy for
three months, and charge R. R. Offije.
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THE FIKST ANKCAL
State Fair and Exhibiton
Mechanics' Inslitntc of Tennessee,
Will oprn at Odd Fellow a' Hall,
IN THE CITY OF NASH VI LLC)
. . On the Fint JConday 61 October, 1855.
MANCFACTUBERS, Mechanics, Artists, and all others
are invited to contribute specimens of their skill and
.abor. Competent Judges will be apioin'ed to examine all
article exhibitrd, and award I'EtMiLlia to those entitled
to them under the rules.
AU article sent for exhibition will be stored without ex
iiense to the owner, and rhouid be sent to the care of Vim.
ii. Gordon A Co., OommliMon Merchants, Market street.
The otiect of the Fair is to develop and encourage the
Manufacturing and Mechanical interests of the Ptate. Its
management is In the hand of a cm in It tee of reliable and
and energetic men, and It success placed beyond a doubt;
and an iuvitation i roost cordially and eoi.9denlly extended
j all who asay be disposed to participate in Its advantages.
No Oaaao will be made to exhibitors, either for the piivi.
le?e of exhibiting or for admis on to th air.
The opening of the Male Agricultural Fair and the meet
ing of the Leglnlatare aimultaneou with th opening of the
' Mechanic' kauibition, will add unusual interest to the occa
sion. CiaccLAas, containing full details of the plan f the ex
hibition, and ail other information desired, will be prompt!
f at warded by addressing either of the andersigned.
M. M. MONOUA-N, Prest.
H. K. Wauib, Cor. Sec'y apr
SEYJIOIR, FAMVIXG & CO.,
(euocaaifciaa to aicaot a raaooci.)
coaaassioN and fokwaedino kixchants,
AND DEALERS W
Bacon, Lard, Corn, Wheat, Feathers, EeesTrax,
Dried fruit, c,
Corner Market aud Church Ktrecla
JOHIfSON & WEAVES,
No. 29 and 81 South Market street, NASHVILLE, TENN
WD lOltVVAItOlSu MEKCIIANTS,
And Eeceiveri and Dealer in Cotton,
KETPB on hand a full supply of GROCERIES, BAGGIKO
. ROPE, Ae And will pay the highest price tor Cotton
OF flak libera tal advance oa tbaaa(vr shipment,
I OFFER for sale th retldcno attached to tb Brewery
property, fronting oa JeBersoo trt MJf teet, snd run-
Ding bark on Cherr, street 91 feet, to a ten feet alley, (tb
short line.) The house contain eight room above, with a
larr and convenient cellat. bake-oven apparatus, Ao.
Th above pro pert will be sold on f nd term one-half
cah and the bah-Ace In on end two years. r
or further in-rmation apply U
1L A. BALI-OVT; Gea. Agt.
aujEl No. IT leadeilck street.
THE EIGHT MACHINE INT 2! TED AT LAST
CAN be seen at Armstrong A Oo.s, cn Market street, the
best STRAW and UaY CUTTER ever invented. They
re pronounced by all wh have tried them, ae possessing a
very superior advantage over anything of the kind that t
ever boso produced. Call and examine tor yearwstvo ; we
warrant perfect satisfaction te th purchaser la all we.
'. p tf ARMpTKoSU A CO., Ageala.
joqjiDOTija t. Ltiuitu w.i. aona.
J. DOTLE CO.,
Koap and Candle) Mauufactnrera, and
Packer ! Park aad lie I,
Ko. 9 Sooth Front street, NASn Y1LLE, TENN.
an!ghet price paid In cash for Tal"". Ore, eel
OR .1,1 .ou conrJder the sutj-ct of PERSONAL IFI-I- j
CIOV. A MWiupplyol at popular wi.rs usi rweir.
jby CHAaXLS W. esiiTU. j
nv M. Mixek, HIECTIXC ST.
apt9-dly - CHAltLESTOJf, S. C.
Eroad Btreet, Aognsta, Ca,
THIS new and commodious bouse, splendidly fnr- M'r
nished,ii now ready for th reception of visitor. S-S
J M. Smrsoa, Proprietor, Mr. Nicsk60,8up't.
COTTON 0$M tRCRiS.-80 bales roperiorKo.
I -8 OxoaburgsJuEt received nd for a bv .
aogT EEYMOCR, FANNING A CO.
CANTI.ES. '63 bcxeEtar Candies;
25 Rummer Mould do Fr ale by
auT SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
100,000 COPIES. w , ,
Steam Boat Disasters on the
. We stera Waters,
AND STEAM BOAT DIRECTORY. '
THE niidersigned hare new in eowrse of preparation, a
ixteatii Beat liireetorw, which will
Isnned la Oc'obcrnext. The b'ok will ci.nuiin over two hun
dred pa?e., il u-tratcJ In the best style, and neatly bound
in a durable manner. It will be, one of the moct Int. reel
ing books ever publi.-Ued, and wia be a book that will be
Interfiling to all c!ases of people. The Sit A II BOAT
DIIICCT' RY a 111 cimtain a complete list and description of
all the Steam Boats now afloat in Uie Western and South
ern Waters. The length, model, speed, power, and tonntge
of each boat, where and by whom built, the name of the
boat, mi the trade the is in. Also, the names of Capbrfn
and officers, her a?e, Ac, Ac. The Directory wid contain a
nis-wy or steam Bouts and Meant Boating on the Western
Waters, since the application of earn: also, a sketch of the
first bo it built for the Ohio river, vita the name of the
builder, com m hd Itr and owner.
The River Directory will contain a lit and rlejCriptinn of
aii me .-ieaxi noui if iKtiaiersi that have occurred
on the Western and Southern Waters, beautifully illustrated,
with a list of all those who have peruhed by their burning,
sinking and explodine, on the Western and Southern Waters
The DIUECTORY WILL CONTAIN MA hs of the Ohio,
Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois, Arkan&as, White, Red Oua
chita, Yaaoo. and other rivers, with the Town and Cities
lata flown, with correct distances; aluo, many other River
and Commercial items of interest to the people at large.
The book will contain the cards of the various U.S. Mall
Boats, with th trade they are in, Ac, Ac. The Directory
will also contain a comple list of all the responsible ftteam
Boat IJceneed Officers, their pUces of residence, Ac; the
new Fteam Boat Law, it requirements, with comments
showing wherein it benefits the incompetent t meer snd in
jures the competent officer, Ac, and ail the important U. B.
Supreme Court leam Boat Decisions np to date, the Rate
and important Commercial Privileges, Bills of Lading, im
portant Decisions of the various D. 6. Court in regard to
Freights Lost and Damaged, c, wltn many other things
The Directory will be illustrated in the best style and
printed in the best manner. The author has for six years
been gathering together all the facts and items in regard to
the numerous steamboat disasters on the Western and
Bonthern Waters, and now intends publishing them fn book
form. The price of the work will be put at the low sum of
One Dollar. Ten thousand ccpies will be issued for the
boatmen; and others desirous of subscribing will have to do
so at once, as none will be printed unless ordered in ad
vance The work is destined to have a circulation of over
EHi HTY THOUSAND copls, as the publishers are receiv
ing large numbers ot subscribers, per mail, from all parts of
the country, rtmly. home of th? oldest boatmen, as a ell as
mest scientific n en of the times, are o ntributors to the
tStr By remitting one dollar to J. T. LLOYD A CO., yon
will receive a c'py of the above work. The work will be
issued in October. Agent at New Orleans, Memphis, ft.
Loois, Louisville, Pittaburg, Wheeling and Cincinnati, will
wait upon the steam boat commanders.
All letters bhould be addressed to
- JAS. T. LLOYD A CO.,
je8 tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
pier Cnpt. E D. FARNSWORTII will receive subscrlp
tinot in Nashville, and by mail.
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- Discovery of the Age.
rI,Dia remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic stim
X nlcnt, no essential oil, nor one unhealthy drug. Itdoes
not color the hair, but acts upeu the rretims aad secre
tive organs, so as to supply ttie tormer with the necessary
coloring matter, and upon the latter, so as to completely
restore their Impaired or lost functions. All this the propri
etor has a right to say, for it has done all this for him. At
the age of thirty-seven he was as gray an the man f sev
enty, and hlj hair nearly all fallen off; but he now has an
abundant cr.ip, and no person would ever imagine that he
ever had a gray hair; and hi hair is as Mft and pliable as
though it had been recently oiled. Thi ir not an isolated
cane; it has done the same tor many others, as the following
certificates abundantly prove:
St. Pacx, Jan. 1,1855. .
Prof. 0. J. Wood Dear fir: Unsolicited I send you this
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young hair appeared, and grew rapidly from Augul last up
to the present time, and is now black, thick and strong
oft and pieuacnt to the touch, whereas before It was b ..nh
aad wiry, what Utile there was of .t, and that little was dis
appearing very rapidly. I still ue your Restorative about
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Is already exhausted, and daily inquiries are ma ie tor it.
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Yours, hastily, J. W. BOND.
Oakltlb, Hi., June 27, 19S3.
I have used Prof. O.J. Wood's Hair restorative, and have
admired it wonderful effect. My hir wa becoming, as I
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permanently . fclDNEY BKKK.SE,
Ex-Senator United ttates.
Brook risXD, Jan. 12, 1 835.
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair
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Youis, truly, J. tH. BRAGG.
114 Ma'ket St., St. Louis, Mo., March 8, 1SJ5.
I tear Sir: I am doing an extensive travel in the Western
and Southwestern States, as General Agent for Adams'
American Liniment, aud would be glad if yoa would favor
me with a consignment of Pro'. Wood's Hair Kestorative, as
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1 am forty years old, and my hair was almost white, but af
ter using three half-pint bottle-, my hai r is a beautiful au
burn aa it was' at eighteen, an I mu h Improved In appear
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t Prepared and sold at 114 Market afreet, between
4th and 5th, St. Louis Mo., and HI 4 Broadway, New York.
Fur sale in Naahville, at Manufacturer's puces, by
AIo, tor sale, Prof. Wood's Oriental Sanative Liniment
and Vegetable Lif Pills, warranted better than any other,
r the money la all case refunded. See circular for all ne
cessary infirmati'm with agents.
TO THOSE INTERESTED,
TO avoid unpleasant d filcullie 1 will only pay such ac
counts in future aa 1 contract mv.!f. or by my order,
augll HEM W. PORTER.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILE0AD.
CPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION. -
ON and after Thursday, August 23d, train will rua b
tweea Kathvill aud Thompson's Station, a todvws :
Leave XaabvU) at 6.30 A. M.; arrive at Thompson at
RETURNING leave Thompson's at 8.43 A. M.; arrive
At naahvui at iu.au A. At.
EVESIXG TRAIN. .
IVavea Nashville at 1.13 P. M., arrive at Thompson's at
RETURNING tave Thompson, at 8.15 P. M.j arrive
at Narhvlila at 6 45 P. M.
On Sunday the Morning Train only win be ran, leaving
fie.nrtiie at T a. n., ana i iiompcon'. at a a a. at.
fFAt Thompson the Stage of Carter, Toma and
Houh connect with the trains.
Through lVket for MEMPHIS, WATNF?B0R0, JATR.
PO.V, TIKX'MBIA, FLOKKNCK, PULASKI and COLUM
BIA, ran be procured at the General Stage office, under la
Verandas liotea. A. ANDtKSON,
augl'J . R. Eng. and Snpt.
TWO HOUSES AND LOTS FOB SALE ONE ,
Fir Kent. '
IOFrtmb,,ai,twonew BKICK DWELLING HOUSES,
a Knowle street, A et Naaii villa elx rwoeoa each, and
tary peera rtaMsrn attached good healthy location,
aad every way eomkiruble and desiiaUe, and convenient
to a fen Sulphur Well, a good bargain will be gt'en
liberal terms, or I will exchange or land the i.ilppi.
On of then at for rent until o!4.
f J W, F. MANNING.
FOR RENT I have f..rrenl a splendid stand tor a
blacksmith, oa the Moriretaboro pjke, 14 mile from
Nashville. Improvement., .hope, family reaideaee,
and aU aeeeaaary oat bowx, 15 or HV acre of cleared lanii,
plsuty of Bre aood, Ae. Terms easy. Apo'y U
A. A, BALLOWr, Gul Agt, '
laal i w-a Ho. If Deaiiertck street.
8FKIN0 BTEEET EEID0E COJtPANT.
BOOKS will fee evened at th offtoe of 11NWI.ET A
CROCKrrr, S3 College tret, oo M MAV, bet id
Inst., ! lh perivoee of reviving suhecriplicms tn the Cap
ItaJ uk ut the Spring St ret Bridge tompanv, aad wilt be
kept open from dv te day, anld Siock .otfictent Is sub
seiitied Utnegainsa ib Cumany, prvvwied La Uie actla
ConoralUiC aaal Bi pa t v .
JuilN b. Mr tRRlN, CrjUBiMlu
jjlif A. V., LIS DLtr,
ST. LOUIS ADVERTiSET.lE.nfS.
From the Newspaper Advertising Agency of W.S. SWYM
UKK, " o. 14 Second Street, gr. LOtlrf, Wo.
"V7ELC3 & GEUTTXH'S
T . ; PATENT GROUND. ' - .
TTAYING parehased from Mr. Ufa Southwell bis Patent
11 mgnt for griccing i,uuuua am ouicr ,u,
which we have paid him a large sum, akc w il thb eoxa
raoraiKToa or law fatxkt. we wtu reaara any person
giving inlormation of infringement on thesaroe.-
This is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfectly even in thickoee. .
They will require lei ctt will not heat while running
will saw sioootn ve luraoer ana aeep an euge umger
than any other saws made and are cot liable to become
AU our Saw are made from aa extra qnal.ty of Cast steel.
Imported expressly for our own ue, at much higher cost
than is generally nsed for raw. - '.
u . romiortruiiir inform hII munufactorers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from thi establUhment but what is of
iperior steel and workmanship, the temper will oe louna
more even and uniform than any Saw in use. .
Zf Ord-jra received atonr Warehouse, 6J Congress st,,
Boston. . . WELCH A CKlxfiiua.
And by onr fcgent,
. . . 11. BAKEWELL, . '
ang20-8m S18 Main Street, St. L"'
- Tield, Kcardilec & Co., 1
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
PIECE G00IS FOR , , ;
No. 158 Main St., St. Louis, 31o.
AVE NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock ef Goods wutabie tor tn ,
r AETUMN AND WIXTEIl SALES,
and r prepared to compete with any jobbing bouse in the
UNITED STATES. j ;
The stock coniist. in part of the following goods, via :
C JL O TIIS .
SATIN DE CHIN13,
CLOAKINGS. ' '
Every description of - .
TA1L0ES' AND CLOTHIERS' TELK JUNGS.
; . A COMPLETE STOCK OF
MEi'S FERNlSIIINta GOODS.
An Invitation Is hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in this line,
to examine our stock before making their purchases.
Aii orders will i eceive prompt attention.
augl d;:m FIELD, BEARDSLEE A CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER. H. G. BOHN
WALTER 6l BOHN.
Nos. 31 & 33 Market Street, between Main A 2d,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
CONSTANTLY cn hand a large and fresh assortment of
all kinds of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Cheapness,
Quality and Variety, can Lot be surpassed by any other es
tablishment In the "West. mar31 dawly
F. A. HUNT,
J. E. HUNT.
Late or UnbbeU A Hunt.
F. A. HUNT &, CO.,
Commission and Forwarding
' o. 19 Levee Street, St Louis, Mo.
IXTE adhere strictly to a Commission Business, ard w
V V solicit consignments of PRODUCE, MERCHANDISE.
Having ample facilities for doing business, which are un
surpassed by any hour in the Western country, particular
attention will be paid to filling order f ir any description o)
merchandise; also, to RECEIVING- AND FORWARDING
GOODS. Liberal advances wilt be made when required.
F. A. Hear refer to the numerous friends and patrons of
the late firm of Uubbell A Hunt, of which he was a member.
tbti mut Hurras to,
Lucas A Siraonds, St. Louis, I Doan, King A Co., St. Louis,
Huge A Bacon, M I Hon. A. A. Lawrence, Boston
Woods, Christy A Co. Claim, Mellen A Co., N. York.
marOl iniw F. A. HUNT A CO.
ST. LOTUS STEAM PLANING KILL,
Lumber Yard, and Sash, Door, UUnd,
Moulding- and IIox Factory,
, Corner of CFaUon and 13iA Streets,
Office North Side of Olive, No. 117, Between 4th and Cth
Streets, Batnt luls, Ho.
WF bare always on hand the following article, war
ranted of the best material and workmanship.
thoroughly seasoned by steam, and a low as similar work
can be furnished in th Wett :
Panel Own, Pine and Pop'ar Weather
Window Sash, Boarding,
Rolling Blinds, White and Yellow Pine
Stationary Blinds, Flooring,
Mantels, - Shelving,
Door and Window Frame, Shingle and Laths,
Boxes of every description made to order.
mar27-8m WILLIAM WADE A CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(Suceevtor to Ira Todd Jk &n,)
No. 218 MA IN STREET, cor. of Morgan,
BAIXT LOUIS, MO.,
Importers and Manufacturer, of
FRENCH BURR KILL STONES,
Dutch Anchor Bolting Cloths,
PORTABLE GRAIN HILLS,
; PLANTER OF PARIS,
i RUBBER PAt KINO,
IRON PROOF STAFFS,
ETC, ETC. ;
Onr awaortment of Mill Material la the largest in tb
CniUd Stili-A At present we have on hand V50 pair o
MILL STONES. Order promptly filled and all article? war
aJnted. margl lyl O. A C TODD A CO.
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
W. L. F. GAGS A CO.
Uarcroom No. 3T Main Street,
ST. I. OTIS, MO.
f ANCFACTUREtlS of every deecrlptlon of extra Ai
11 &4IMM, (Hrenlar, , 3lrUy. Or, Cut, Foils.
Ifnnd and FimA Ajio 2lindf&Ji, Cfianl tbrf
CVar fa. Trunk Spring, A'ar, Reaper iuilea, irt,
ICt)ld 8a w repaired, and mad a good a new, at small
The undersigned have made tuoh Improvements, and ar
rived at such perfertioti In the tempering and grinding de
partment of their Works, ai d take such pains to procure the
best quality of Heel, that they can assert, without Irar of
contradiction, that their flock of Saw on hand and now
being manufactured, ar and aiilas, not only equal
but auperlor to auy made in ar brought
tn thi markrk
Every Saw sold ooder their guarantee wltl be made good
to the purchaser. If not stand to be so on trial.
maris 02 tawly W. L. F. GAGE A CO.
. . 'WHOLESALE GROCER,
Cammlaslonand Forwarding Merchant,
... - an w. a w , cTtm T V tvil
U9. i ana aroaa w '-" ".-i .-'
STEWART 4 OWEN, '
N. 11 Market street, a few door below the'r d stand, of
a aa. U 11 arUrrWri Ja Vk
BI -wr ! -ae- w W
Capper, Tin and Sheet -Iron Warca,
mvwwm . .1. k.rM .11 kind
JV improve.1 COOKING STOVES; also, .
c .-i.m k ir.Am iuk aa Paiittr. Hall.
Fluted, Box, I and 10 plat Stove. Also,
t proved Coal ftov, w au bibiw, hi'
and Plaia UaoU Grate. Casriaae or.
. b ..uj ..iMMkliJ wIlK ii... mm A An.
40, norm .WW mmvt . wm
batciu Feather, (i uweng, Boeewaa, Pwtr aad eld Coppet
. . 1. ....... n 1 w.ma An
p. a. W nope ear old customers will rtaeaber us I
their order. -
300 It E XV All D. 1
Tl AKAWAT tnxB Raahvilie th e-rr wofusa STTNtRVA;
J V of a ark eeppei rotor-, very tvt-y ta kaMt; Bavtee
quit prominent ; walk awkwardly; a A feet 1 r i
Inch la height. Mis has beea employed la M.?hvi!l a a
eanstreaa aeveral year, and mat be lorktn abrul towa
preparatery to ssakmg bar escape to a free Mate, having r
ently Wea Vteei In aa atumpt te get off. , If taken oat
of th Hate. 1 ill give we buodrvd dollar, tut Iter appro.
Ivenatxn, aud ne I-and red eVUlsr U taksaiteth tlzlm and
oigrd la U haativuleJaii.
jauiiv-u Tnca. m. rrrwit.
FASHIONS lOIl FALL, 183S.
CLCAXS, TALMASAND MANTILLAS.
WILL Introduce for the inspection of Southern and Wes
tern Merchants, on the 1st of August, his usual large
variety 01 goods in ns line, -EMBROIDERED
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
PLAIN VELVET MANTLES, Richly Trimmed.
COMBINATION OF VELVaT AND M0JLRA ANTIQUE,
The buyer ef the nnderstrtiel having Just returned from
France he is enabled to offer the most extensive assortment
of styles of any other establishment in the conntry, all of
wbich, by spec ai contract wan ue ran sianuiactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion a (he only publisher of regular monthly Fashion Plate
in Harper' and Sodey's Magaxinea should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select frcm his stock.
GEORGE DBODIE, '
51 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, N. Tork.
Principal entrance SI Canal street, Second Manti'la Store
West of Broadway, touth side. augi am
- TV. JACKSON & SON, .
GRATE AND FENDER MAKERS,
5?4 Front Street and 939 Broadway, NEW YORK.
aogS ty '. " " " -; " . " . . ;
ISAAC L. PLATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old ertab
liabed manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLAS3 COMPANY,
- Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes,, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings, Show Cases, Coach Lamps, liail Cars, Ac,
constant..! on hand at the Warehouse,
79 Murray Street, New Tork.
: AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agener of the above
Company, is now enabled to furnish their Rough Plate
Glass, for ky"ights, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the importei article, and at much lower rates.
' JOHN B. PLATT,
Jyl7 3U .... 79 Murry street, New York. ;
PIC0T ft SHOTWELL,
IMPORTERS AJi'D JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
HOESE FERMSIIIG HARDWARE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
JNVITE the attention of SOUTHERN and WESTERN
MERCHANTS to a LARGE AND VERY EXTENSIVE
STOCK OF GOODS IN THEIR LINE.
Cutlery of every description;
Silver Plated Ware; Japannery;
German Silver and Britannia Ware:
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
' ' ttronzed, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, rire Irons, Fenders, Wire Covers:
Bronsed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac
Our stock comprises every article in our line of business,
all of which we will sell to dealers at the Vt'.RY LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPER. Goods or
dered by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
and pnt up in the beet manner
PICOT A SHOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP. 9. Also, manufacturers of a very superior article of
ated Spoons and Forks. jc9 6m
COM IIS, FASS AND FANCY GOODS.
10 Park Place, New York,
tNTITES the sttentlon of Southern and Western Mer
chants to his new stock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soaps, Porte
MonnMes, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book, Dress
Buttons, Hns and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guards,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac. India Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every description. Scis
sors, Raxnrs and Cutlery. Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accor
deons and Violins, including a general and very large stock
of Engli-ih, French and German Fancy Goods, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices for Cash or ArrROVRD Pafkr.
- Orders by letter selected and put up ifl the beit manner.
WILUAM TA.SKER, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. S. Please cut this out. . my5 dly
THE ItEST HAIR D if E.
DR. O. M BALLARD'S (new article,) rrceived the high
est premium at the Wosui'g Eib and Aikricas Imsti
tut, where it was examined by the Distixocishkd Cbkmists
Dr. Chiltos and Prof. Joh TuaaKT, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale by the principal Druggists in this city
Price 1. Principal Office and Store, No. 408 and 5DO
BROADWAY. New York. . uiarv!l-ly
JO. G. BROVN,
- DXALXB IS
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
'' SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College Street, Nashville, tenn.,
MT stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
complete, having received freth supj lies, selected by
one of the firm in person, vis; Lubin's, Basin's and Mitchel's
Extracts; American Tinct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style; Dil
luc'sand Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals; China, Metal
and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell Coir bs, large
stock. Also have on band Indigo, Madder, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ac. . je9
THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the firm
style of BROWN A GRUB US, is this d;y dissolved bv
mutu '1 consent. Jo. G. Baowa is alnn authorised to use
the name of the firm In liquidation. Ac,
JOSIAH d. BROWN,
Kashviile, June 6, ISM. ' W. B. GRUBBS.
JO. G. BROWN,
HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
Grcbbs, 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 Colege street. jeS
FISHING TACKLE A large stock, selected by
one ef the firm, consisting of Genuine l.iuiera
l'k Hooka, plain and on Snoons; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Silk and Sea Grass spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seine, 1J by 4; Floato of every va
riety. Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac In short, can supply thos who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successlul prosecution of this useful calling.
JO. G. BROWN,
'9 43 College st.
PMtE MONONGAIIELA 1IISKY-obbls
of the above, just received, of prime quali'y. Sold to
u for six years old. JO. G. BROWN.
' J ' 43 College st.
O'l 0.E W A It E 9,500 pieces Stone Ware, consisting
O ol Jars, Churus. Jugs, Milk Pans, Pu'ter Crocks, Ac, of
every stxe, just received. . JO.G. BUOWN,
J9 '44 College sU
IjOItTI'.K AMI SCOTCH ALE Constantly
on hand, Barclay, Perkin A Co' celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. . BROWN,
Je9 . . ... 43 College street.
EARL S I .4UC II-1) boxes of a very superior
article of Sturth, just received by
JO. G. BHOWV,
K-9 " 4i Collegest.
.lOIl JELLIi:S 1001b Iprnglasa, Sheet and Shred.
Also, 1 groe Sparkling Gelatine; rupoy' Extract of
Vanilla, Ac J.U. BROWS,
j9 . AH Col'ege St.
GOLD FOIL Abbey A Bon's Cold Foil constantly on
hand. JO. G. BROWN,
jet - A3 College street.
CONGRESS WAT E II Constantly receiving, di
reel from Saratoga. Alto. Empire Water.
JO. O. BROWN,
let 43 College at.
VtPERM ' AND ' WAX CANDLES 10 boxe
O Sperm aad Wax Candle, this dav received by
JO. O. BROWN,
let 43 College street.
JEECHES 1.000 SweediihLeecl.es on hand and for
sal by JO. G. BROWN,
Jet 4S Oollega St. -
LAUD OIL 10 bbla. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
v, . JO. G. BKOWN,
. Jet . 43 College st.
JNO. 8. & W. 0. BRIEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. 15 Cherry Street. . apt
, , OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA.
WITH Biographical Pketche snd sneedotes of the Prin
cipal Chief. Emhellinhed with 180 PoaTBArrs, from
the Indian Gallery at Washington, In S rnlumes complete.
. RecenUy received and for sal low by JNO. B. WET.
ALSO Just to hand, 14 Matws CxuaaATCB Grrrsa
ass'd ol Rose aod. Ivory and Pearl ornamented.
Jl . , J. R. W.
I?OIl SALE OU II EN T-I have a deira
ba bouse on Lower Market street for sale or
rent, the hoos eontaaaina four room in th mala k-
biiikUng, with aaiiar, dlniog-roooa, kitchen. and all aeceesa
ry eat bu.id ngv Any one wishing a comfortable recidrac
and en convenient to the boaiae part of th city, should
aaake io media la application te
SL A. BALLOWF, Genl Agt,
Ji tf , . No, IT Deaitcriek street.
GKLSWOLD'i COTTON CIKS.
n 11 E subscriber bring agent for th sal of tb abor gists,
A will keep a eupply aa band, or furalaa Planters at short
The rina bar the character of making good lint, gin-
air g fa.tr. ruauiog lighter, ckraolng the seed better, taking !
oat Bxir aaoau aa trah, and having bnse ever durable I
and secure against fire, lhaa any othc? gin bow in use, aud
are ottered term saor advaotageoos to th purchuer.
Th most satiaiectory references ran be given to ratal II d
this reputation, which Ihty ar al wasxastsd to maintain
mm trtal, tf need aeoardiag te tb directtoo eai wttb each.
aagl tf HI, Y A ATM A.N.
?JtI IT I'ANS llornaetk-al aelf-sraiitig Fiuit Can
cailoca. kaif-gaiVuna and quarts U qaauriH to at
purchasers, for ! by W. U. flUiliA) A t.
WH. EMEDLrr, BOBT. a'OOSRBXL. CBAS. 0. EMKDLTT.
Excelsior Wharf Boat.
$miY, riPCONNELL & CO,,
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
PAD CCA H, KY.
WE would respectfully inform Merchants or Shippers
that we are now Receiving and Forwarding Gd,
from one of the largest and best Wharf Boats on the Wes
tern waters, being entirely new. JeSO dly
WATTS, GIVEN 5t CO., ,
Receiving & FonTartlicg Jlercliants,
HAVING a large new and substantial Vfharf Boat, all
Goods entrusted to cur care shall be forward d with
promptness and despatch.
, , , PARTNER WANTED
V TJTTH a cash eipitnt ol from $500 to tWO in a luTa
VV tive, genteel business, whose time would be rt qui red
only from 9 A. M. '5 P M. To a gentleman of good ad
dress a handsome income may be realised. Good security
given for amount invested. If preferred a liberal salary
will be guaranteed.
J3T" Address, staiin? where an interview may be had, to
SOUTHERNER. Postt ffice.
N. b. Persons not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply. ' ' aug!7-tf '
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES 0E A
There haa long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on aa
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This haa
been prepared 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 to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pilU one which should have
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 public decision. It has been unfortunate for
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them.- These pillt produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Being purely
vegetable, no harm can 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. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlessness, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Pain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in the liver. As an
aperient they alford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tiveness, Tiles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
Thev have also produced some simjularlv suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsv, (j ravel,
F.rysiprlas, Palpitation of the Heart, Pains in the
Back, 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 dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by theii
stimulant action.on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
w:stcd or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional dose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand cases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; aud it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any tiling 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. Being sugar-wrapped they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, n
harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Box.
JAMES C. AYER,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Price 25 Cents per Sox. Five Boxes for SL
For the rapid Cure of
COrClIS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
EUOM IIITIS, iVIIOOPIXG-COCGlI,
CIIOIT, ASTHMA, AAD
This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cures of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the field of its use
fulness, and so numerous the cases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lungs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over every other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape observation, nd where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote
to employ for the distressing 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 CoLirs, Cocohh, Hoarseness, &e. ; and for
Chilprkx it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
that can be obtained.
As it has long been in constant use throughout
this section, we" need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept up to the l3t that it ever
has been, and that the geuuine article is sold by
BECKY A m.MOVIU.E, Wholesite, Nashville, and Re
tail by BKOW N A GRCUItS, Naahvllle; and sold by all
denlers in nieirine in efery town iu 'fenucseee.
I .Mr It S. LE Between eighteen and nineteen g
hundred acres of land lying in the countr of Tra- 1
vis, Texas, 8 miles west of Austin. The above tract ol land,
or a portion of it will be etchsrged for Dry Goo-!- or Gio
cerles. Also, a lot in tlie county of Liberty, and town ol
Sinithfteld, on tde saw term as the above. For further In
formatl'in apply to K. A. BA1.L0W E, Geu'l Ag't,
fbJ No. )7 DeaUrtck st.
Cabin Passage to IVeTT York $20.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
The new and Splendid slde-whetl steanibblp
K??OX VILLI'., 1500 tons Capt. C. D. Lodlow,
ACtil NTA, 1500 tons. ..Capt. T. Lros,
FLO It I DA, 1800 tons Capt U. S. Wuonaru
A LA II A SI A . 131 ton Capt O. R. Scasaoa,
Mill Leave .Vrtrnnuuli .
EVERT WEUXESDAT AXD SA TURD A T.
These ships are among the largest on th coast, unsur
passed in speed, safety or comfort making their passages in
So to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
polite otfieers. Having elegant state-room sccormoda!lons,
they offrr a most desirable conveyance tc New York.
Cabin paasare ..-I'-'O.
' Steerage paaange - 8.
Agents: PADKLP0RO, FAY A CO., Savtcnah.
SAM'L L. MITCHILL, 13 Bmajwav,
e? 1" V"-
.A? Amnroaial Shaving Cream,
rt Bo- do do
Almond do do
Miidev's Fine Toilet Soap,
Old brown Windsor do
White do do
Iialmn McJicaUd Soap,
Superior Money ita
Together with the moat favorite kinds, received1 and for
sale fow at eTUKTCU'd Drug Store, corner ol College and
L'uioa st. my IU
I'ihi: iLAVouist; i;xtiuits,j
. F.xraet-Kue, I Extract Orange,
Lemon, Pine Apple,
" Vanilla, I Prarh.
Received and for stle In quantities le suit at BT it ETCH'S
Drug htore, corner College and Cutoa st. aiylti
T7IE TOILET WATEIt.
Mi!! Fieur Water,
Verbena do -Cnioga
. do -Ro
Orange Flower Water.
For sal in assorted site bottles, at eTKVTCHY Drag
8'or. corner College aad Union st. snyt
SIT. I.O0M15 A CO., rev sole Agents for Nasfcvm. will
furpth the people ml Tennessee with all th different
kinds of WINK saade by me, at v Cincinnati whfca
prior. Aaw, Ib Cataeb Orape Culling for planting.
Call and see tfaem. N. LoNOWjKTrf.
wtarvA Ctne'tt. QliW.
7 rEAZN, DONECAN CO,
( otattulaalou V i rit atrsUMfcT FlerctAst M la
TW.Fera, r. P. Atwnort,
Jm. ). lejoceaa, 1 La, Uopkias.
Tbey keep aa ettic at HaataviUe.
gap! t, 1TU
J. J. KEYES,
WnOLRSAXa E BALKS ir
EE"WTNG, f ADDLER'S, EMBROIDERY & FRINGE
BLACK AND ASSORTED COLORS,
In 25, CO and 100 Ekein Bunches, 3tf and ,V3 Packages, and
SILK FOR SRWING MACHINES, equal to the best
31 Sooth Fourth Street, (2d floor; Philadelphia,
t"- Orders promptly attended to. auii27 lm
; PHILADELPHIA KANUFACTDRED
YVTAKRANTED to stand 10 per cent more Ore ?
V than any Herring's Safes in use, and sold at f S3 i
the same price. Alo,iroii Miiitti-rn, Naalt f fT-i
and Doors for Itank Vaults andalauaie
Mores. Also, 1'a.tnit Mate l.iurtl ICclriffa
erutorsi, all warranted as gnood and cheap as any in the
eour.try, by EVANS A WATSON, No. 6 South 4th street
Philadelphia, Pa. Hall's Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furnished when required. W. C.
LILLARD is authorised to recieve orders, and make sales ol
the above. my5 ly
THE POCKET SCTJXAPITJS,
OR EVERY ONE HIS OWN PHTSICIAN.
THE FIFTIETH Edition, with
One Hundred Engravings,sbowing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Human System in every shape and
7 A V fonn- Towhic
f X ise on the Dise
Kily'l- ing of the higl
i'?rJ f-:".rv "A marrie i jeuplt
To which is added a Treat-
ineasesof Females, be-
ughest importance to
le, or those contem-
plati-.g marriage. By
1 ILLIAM Y0CNG, M. D
Let no father be ashamed to pre
sent a copy of the -CL"LAP1U8
to his child. It may save him from
an early grave. Let no young
man or woman enter into the se
cret obligations of married life
r J.tf yi5
5 l-(,7. S.H trv
without reading the POCKET CL LAPIL'S. Let no one
Suffering a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side, restjes nights,
nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensa
tions, and given up by their phja'cian, be another moment
without consulting the (EVCVLAPICS. Have the married,
or those about to be married any impediment read this tru
ly useful book , as it has been the means of saving thousvjids
of onfoitunate creatures from the jaws of death.
Any perm sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS enclos
ed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or
five copies rill be sent for I ne Dollar. Address, post-paid,
DR. WM. YOUNG,
oct8-ly No.152 Spruce street, Eliilada.
TO THE PI ISLIC
Of the United States.
A N advertisement of Mr. UDOLPHO W0LPE, lately pnb
1 V lixhed, as 1 suppnse, intended for the protection of his
Schiedam Schn ipps against eounter'eiters, haa cme under
my observation, and being engaged in the manufacture of
Schiedam chnapps, were I to list it p tea without notice
through this medium, I might be considered among those
lie rienmin:ttes "'iVife and Vendrn of PuUon;" bat
the immense patronage and Miccej that bus ette did the
safe of the article manufactured by me, and tie opinion ef
. competent Judge as to its qualities as a beverage aud its
medicinal virt en, precludes the povil'ility of the idea that
I am 1 nc I in I i-d among; thoe he design te tapugn. No
doubt he feels aggrieved at the deprec ation of the sale ol
hisfc' napp", which is manifest to all, since mine has been
brought into cumpetirion with his. Nt only have I succeed
ed iu competing with him in finality, but the constant and
increaiing demand tor my article, has enabled me to furnish
it at a less price than he can, or does say 2 in the ccsen.
And, furthermore, he will soon become atn'd that his cau
tin to the citisns ot the "Southern and Western States"
will aviil him nothing as tar as I am con-erned, for the
character of my Schiedam Schnapps is too well established
in th..!e S'ates, t'i be ir.jurfd by any such invidious publi
cation. The motive of his advertisement is obvious to every
one, and feeling we I sati.-fl. d that all ut h mis.sil,s thrown
at me by him will fail harnilesi at my feet, I will here, lor
t"ie satisfaction of the puhiio, publi-b ae py of my Patent
Right, enure i in the S-.utliern District of New York, on
the2Sthol December, lS5i:
(Copy of Patent Right.)
SOUTirillty DISTRICT OF AA IK YORK, 8.S.
Be it remembered. That on the twenty-eighth day of De
cember, Anno Domini, 1554, Barnard L. impson, of the
said Distr ct, linth deposited in this oUka the titie of a print
or label, tlie title of ahich is in the words f How ing, to
wU: u Barnard L. Slmpscn's Aromatic Schiedam Juniper
Schnapps, a superior Tonic, Anti-Dispeptic Invigorating
Cordial," the right whereof he claims as author and pro
prietor, ia couf irmity with a i act of Congress, entitled
An Act to aineud the several Acts respecting copv rights."
liKO. W. MnRTON,
Clerk of the Southern District of New Yoik.
And I t ike pleasure on this occasion to tender my sincere
thanks to th- public in g -neral, und to my friends in particu
lar, for tiio k'.ud liberality with which they have patron aed
me from my commencement ol this enterprise; andlaure
them that I shall continue to provide them alw ys with a
genuine and supeiir article Of Schiedam Schnapps.
jj6-d8m BARNARD L. SIMPSON.
It A It . A It D L. SI.MPNO't'si
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS.
A Superior Tonic, autiDy-prptlc Invig
IT Is alimentable truth that, with few exceptions, every
article of food we eat, every article of drink we imbibe,
is more or less adulterated; and in nothing has adultera
tion been practiced to such an extent as in spiritous, vl
nou and fermented liq .ors. So much so, in fac.t, that it is
impossible to procure pure liquors and wines unless obtain
ed direct fro'n a 'ni Jid importer, of known reputation,
and well established foreign connections.
It is owing to the corrosive, inflammatory and poisonons
projiertie of the liquors sold generally in this country, that
di-grncelul, beastial ir.toxicaticn ia to fiequent, that the
Legislatures or several of the States have taken the matter
In htnd, and prohibited the sale of spirituous or fermented
liquors as common beverages.
Were all liquor sold pure snd unadulterated, we should
neeJ no Maine Law, and but few restrictions on thir sale.
Blotched faces, palsied limbs, swollen He h, and that fearful
disease, delirium trertim,rt produced, not by pure liquors,
but by the Infatua'ed habit of induigicg in the corrosive
pvisout sold under that designation.
AR8MATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS
Are manufactured exclusively at Schiedam, in Holland, ac
cording t the directions of oi l rstabluhed distilling l u-e
n New York and New Orleans, expressly lor meduMnai
purposes, and are entitled to high consideration No other
medicinal beverag-, at present in use iu the Uuited States
or in Europe, post.ases such salutary and efficacious prop
erties. In cases ofGout, Gravel, Obstructions ef the Kidneys,
Bladder aud Urinary Organs, a we I as in the peculiar dis
eases incidental to femaks, their eflect ia so pmrnpt and de
cided that thev have excited the astoni-hment of medical
men, and elicited expression of Uie most unbounded grati
tude Irora the patients to the proprietor.
Agents and private purchasers are cautioned to guard
against th comp-Minds of unscrupulous imitators. S.mp
son's Aromatic juniper Schna)ps will I av the ti'le ol
the Medicinal Cordia' embvrl on the sides of the bottle
that cunt' in i it, and the signature of the proprietor on the
The labs' on each bottle, which has been duly entered In
the United States Distr ct Court, an I coo. q j-jully protect
ed from imitation by the penal. iea of a law ot Congress, U
In the three principal living ktuguape English, French
and German, and pam hlrt in tlioaa taiigu-'gea, descriptive
of the merit of tins heauh-iovigoralina beverage, can at
waja be had at Uie Agents.
J. WRIGHT A CO., Agents,
No. 151 Chartres street. New Oi leans.
VAi parties r-anuf.cturing a hngna article ef iehnapp
mar endeavor to persuade the public that BAKNAKD L.
SlMPfON.th proprietor of the genome Aromatic fxhleCam
Juniper Schnapi, U not a bnni JtU direct Importer, he
wishes to lie understood that th tuur-t unquestionable proof
f f the fact can be furnished by Die must eminent importing
merchant in New Orleans.
O. W. HENDERSHOTT,
Corner of Cedar street and the Square,
Jt sltrm . NsdhvUIe, Tesn.
CAItTEIt'i MPAKIKII HllXTt ltE.
The Great Purifier of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
LH th JJt.ttd Rttiti and Ponder.
An Infallible Remedy lor Scrofula, King' Evil, Rheumat sm
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruption, Pimple or Post uie oa
th Pace, Blotches, B"!!, Ague and lever. Chronic Sore
t'y , King Worm or Tetter, feald Head, Enlargement and
Pair of the Bone aud Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic
Disorders, LutnbRtro, Fplusl CamplainU, and all Disease
ariaing from aa Injudicious Use oi Uereury, Imprudence
In Lite, or Impurity of the Blood.
riHIS great alter itive medicine and FurlSer of the Blixxl
X I now u-ed by thousajids of grateful patient Iron all
parts ct the Unl'ed State, who testify da ly t-i the remark'
able cure performed by ihe greateet f f ail riedicinee, CA R
TltR'S SPANISH MIXTURE." Neuralgia, Rheomatiam,
Scrotula, Eruption on the Skin, Liver Dlaeasea, rvrrs, fl
eer. Old Sore, Affections of the Kidneys, Diseaee of th
Ihroat, Pemal ComplainU, Pain and Aebingof th Bone
and Joints, ar- all speedily put to flight by using tlu great
ami Inestimable remedy.
For all disease of the Blood, nothing has yet been avind
to compare with it It cleanse the syaiero of all impurities,
act gently and eflk-iently oo th Liver and Kidney,
strengthens the Digeti o, give ton to the Stomach, make
the ak i n clear and healthy, and restore th Constitution,
enfeebled by disease or brokea down by th ess: el
iu!h, to Iu pristine vigor and strength.
For the La lies, It Is incomparably better than all th os
metic ever turd. A trw doe. r Casts' Crisis Miitcb
will rvtnov al, sallcwneea of rnipeiaa, bring the roe
snantiirg to tb cheek, giv alasuctty to th step, and ita
prov the general health in a rtmaikabl degree, beyond aU
the mejkiue ver beard of.
The large number of certificate which w Kave received
front perKs tVotn all pari of th United State, i th beftl
vidence that tlutr ia m Haiubug abeot it Tke pre, hotet
keeper, magMirstea, phrstctana, and public am, wli Inuva
loth eoaamanttr, all tld Ihetr testitoony to the woadertul
tfeetaef thwUKKAr BLOOD PCRlriER.
Cad on the Aeasv and grt a Circular and Ahnanae, aad
ead the wonderful cure liiU truly ratel el all Mxuae
xif genuine unles slgsied BENNFTT A BEER5, Proprie
tors, Ko. Pearl sirect, Kicbmood, Va ; la whom ail orders
ior supplies and afencte aaM be ajdrMsed.
And fn sale by W. P. Ii K 4 T sad E. W. DANDRIDGE
Naabville,and by Dealer la Medtetn generally.
MANUFACTURERS AND ZULLERS.
TE r grn.r-U Age Ma for tb sale ef all Cotioa aad
Woln btbrvr. aanajcttimi la Ui Flat at Tnoe
sr. aad bav appropnated a laxg and commodious root)
aclrl j their sale and storage. W aav a!s piroprle
ted asoiher room t-t th. J and (Ura( of fLOlU aloae.
Aad we weald rvspeetfu'ly c4 tb aitswUoa f bulb iUom
bctnrers aad U.:..r to Vm arrangeot
-.f W. 11. GORDON A CO.
COFI EE.-8 hag prtns tie Col.-e;
Si bat old Gov. Java Cs ffre;
V1 " Laguyra V ;
IaitoreaadflraJfww ey , .
AlTilOlF, IANXIMJ A CO.
RAILROADS & STAGES
NASHVILLE & CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
CHAM.E OF SCHEDULE.
ON and after Sonday next, the 22,1 inst, two Daily Pas
follow" fUa 10 nd from Chattanooga, as
chEarbpV0-at ij "Wf-
at Santat " " -
A.. Train, at 8.45
Jxm. M!ght press' i 88 p-M- ta-
CP- Tlie Accommodation Train to r.d from Wartracw
wili be discontinued a'jer this dt as atove.
J?21 H. I. ANDERSON, Pupt,
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD
coLf-.-nntA, WAvEsnnno, jacksox,
L.UiKAJKiE A.AD JXEJ1PJHS.
SPLENDID F"ur Horse Coaches from Franklin to La.
grange. Connecting at those points with the Railroad to
Tu-niubia, t lorence and ?l ntgotnerw,
AluM and Aberdeen, Columbus
The fin Four Hoe Coach I lnes to these points, are all In
exc-llent order, making a ciose connection with the Railroad
at Frankiin, Tenn.
Express Train loaves the Depot at
Pulaski aud riMon,
And to all places tbrouKhout the Southern country.
1'i.luvki and Elklon,
Will leave Nashville on the 2 o c'ock P ai Tr.tn f
Wednesday ami Friday. ' F' s,- Trin Molday,
Iaves Nashville daily at i oYWir p - m .
Franklin with a Dsily Four H..rse troaeh Line S rT k '
For all informal, throu h Ticket, Ac app . .V
eral Hailroa.1, Stage and Omnibus office No?-4 r.V "n
oppoeite the Post office. ' 4 C"iT
t'lecUy70mn'b,W',UIC"'1, for Penger. inanvp.rtof
FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ortTTT"
C??tr53 Cfttl frTfrfi fcfTJTV .vsO"TI
Til It UK; 1 1 ly toill lais.
ry by Kauro.d. 'i a ket t this pom. to be had V tt
S"!6' 0W83i,c tkertst office'nd
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily line im..
ing ami evening) oi tagand ateamboats, 32
teamers from tuence to New Orleans. "-ung mm
.rii,e H. I. ANDERSON,
r lnarl4tf CMtral Snot N. A C RaiJoaJ.
FRlMth.'Jr'hJn!!Unt "" 1" of June the rates of
be a.r,:;fowaT0ID Char!C: l.D SaV14C"ah to
Fill NT CLANS.
,uo an5 0..s;ti,mCry' 8ho aC1 D". U-
CauiUhillr ian.l Rr.Trifa Ti.,t:. .
C.rpeting" ,,'t"u"'' ,n 1 barrel.:
boxe and bales ' .Im cases, Wry Gocd. in
pruf;, Fruit Trees and ShruMn-ry, Furs Garden S-.
king Gla-s. nd Looking ofas Vu?Z o."ner'.
lvtwrln rMrtdatn.l lu. c....it
Spic'ea.Vli -y. 1ID ware, Tea. and
SECOMs 4 I.ASS.
Ilartiirare. "sn-oni fTisr..-... n it
chine. y. ' ' tasting, and JJa-
Foreign Liquor, iu barrels o nine. C,i m
crates c.ka. R;te,
'I tlAL K ITES. JSJ
Alt lartiiMf'S not CQUmrafrl a k . 20
ahig.ius arti- les. enuu,eri,"1s "e charged at rate, of aa-
M foZvV.' JUDe tUtu( PeW be changed
Special rate " " 1 00
Merchants shipping from the Eastern 'eitieV "wilVsn',
tnecheaiH-st, as well as themnst. . . 1 lhi
(rum New York and Ph.UrLThm ITtt t'",",,out- eight
n, h; range, from to litn' JZo? f",n
elass and character of vessels. ' curd;li
chai.Ji,itwiilbenec..?j Io eKon" n r r"""f."f Mr
chants at those points ' toC0D"a to Commuwion JJer-
Slupper. may rel, upon a .trie, adhere.ee to , ,boT-
N. A C. R. R
v SPECIAL "VOTICE.
No shipments entitled to the above raU-a unlrs .set, .
every package haa the name of the DeVmt r v n,
tD.iuiu.Ls N. A C. R. U. ...lmaupot '
FREIGHT dFpROLUfJE TOiLEs"T0NirlND
(),wndbelie!;.t, dt!' the Ar,icl" nnmerated below
Tol acco.hh l.., V 1'Wtt.i.
Pork in bbls., y lyo Jfc, ,
Ragging and Hop, loy tti. .V. . . . . "." V. V.V.. V.V. 1 00
,-t,. U. I- ANDERSONSup't
' N. A C. RaiIrod.
r it i a ib bv
DR. C M. JACKSON, PhiLtd'a Pa.,
. wn L arrarreAM r rvm '
imi COIPIU.VT, DYSrEPSIl, JlUXBirB,
CAroaie or JVerwa Dtbiiity, Li- of fA
Kidntyt, and all dittaset aruimj from m di.
mrdmrtd Ltvrr r toeaacA.
Inward Piles, Vull
nea of B ool to the
Head, Acidity of ihe Stom
ach, auoea, Uartburn, Dgust
for i'wul, Kuiir.ss r weight in th
Stoma.-ti, Sour Eructations, Sinking, or
Fiutte ing at t!,e fit of the .stomach. Swim
ming of the lKad, Hurried and difficult breath
ing, fluttering at the II- art, Choaaiug or Sullocating
Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision,
Dot of Web Ut wh the oiglit, Eever and Dull Paia
in the II. ad. Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eye. Pain In th
bide. Back, Chest, Limb, Ae.. SuU
dea riu.it.es of Heat bur. ing
ia Uie leal,, Constant Im
aginings of Evil, aiul
Tt Proprietor, In call. ng the attention ef the pablle to
this preparation, doe o with a (relii.g of the utmost eooa
donee in it virtues and adaptation to the diseases tor which
It i no new and untried article, bnt on that ha stood
tb lot of a ten years' trial before (be Amervan people,
and it reputation and aal a: unrivalled by any similar
preparations extant The testimony In it favor given by
the most prominent and Well known Physielan aud indi
viduals, in all parts of the country, t Immense.. The follow
ing from yrur own State, ia reapectfully submitted, referring
auy who may UI doubt, to my "Memorabilia, or Practical
Receipt Book, for Farmer aud Farailie, lo be had gratia, of
all th Agents for th tierman Bitter.
Principal Office and Manufactory, 1 20 Arch street, Phil.
Testimony from Tenneatee.
Dr. H. B. Scarhoroagh, Dover. Tenn Aug. 2S, 1S53, ys :
"I have sold ail the German Bitter you have tent me, sod
If the preparation continue to do aa orh good a it has
don.. It will the beet medicine ever soid her."
U Snodgrau, Sparta, Tenn.. August ?, 5 Sid, say : "I an
pleased lo Mat that your bermaa Hitter ha givea satis-fac-tton
in every instance where it ha been used.'
B. T. llollin. Hillsborough, Tenn August) ), sees 1
"I am plefl in state that th barman Bitter aav givea
general aatl f iction '
Dr. P. ratio a Bro.. FnoxvUile, Tsnn Fth April, 1531,
.aid: "Your Bitters a. now telling very fast and every
persoa tlutt ha nted it,ofsrawaav been abia to leant.
La leen benefited.
J. W. Franklin A Co., Gallatin, Tenn., December $0,1 D0. i
sai.1: "The Lew firm will want more of your Bitter soon,
aa One of the partners think it hi a great medlcina."
R. , Hardy, Boiiva., Tena September 13, 1&. aid
"There la great demand for your Bitter here; plea (cad
another kt uun."
They are .XTiaxLT vrorriSL, free from ail injnrlou In
grailieiif, always str.n, ibeu th system, and never pro
in Nashville by BERrtY A DtTVOVTLLF, IT. O. SCO
VkX, KW1.M BltU-t, and U. W. H CN 1E RS H OTT, aad by
Pwairra In Mf-licM and SUirtksepcr verywher.
mar 10 doaw tria w I y
AM HE Cl ltE lOIt CA.ICEItS.
MT Wife, having labored nder ene kr brnat for
ofste lira, and having tried dilfereat treataeat, I
eoocltidd to undertake il myself, and la Us lhaa threw
booth I effected a complete cure; ailheagu sh ksd beea
t givea ap by her friend aa being beyond tb reach of aay
i cure, sh ha lor D. at sear nioyd better health than
tu bad for saay year prsnous, aad Aa stac givea birth
a en elul, wtuck th aurae bars. It 1 have alt
treated ai other cases, aad hat atet with th aaaaa
My treatment I not the using of Ihe Kni'e, Caustic, er
Mervurv, but it i pure 'y Vegetable.. 1 alao proaa U ur
tber am, trh a E.anaM Umsws and tlewra, acrof
ut. Plica, aad all dira oric-iaattog ia lis soaaaor. All
I aak of strtvM a-. ted w,;a anv ef th above nasaed
ijn.sius. at to gle ai a trial. Where there i no ear
abr ril b ski charge. Further lnfttrmattAei aa be ob
ain4 by caiaog oa me, or by kstter, at No. UT North Uar
k.l.treet JONATHAN TUOMA
E02IERT, CLOVES, Ae.
JUye reee'ved a larr stuck of v Site, Browa and Fanes;
uiored Cotton, tii.A aad Lisi Theal, ) Hom and GioTa
CUFTUM A ABBOTT,
a Is b. 15 Cedar sueet.