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CHANGE OF TIME!
1855 EUmiH ASEAKGEJCZ2TT.
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Four Dally Eastern Trains, at 6 A. SL. 9 A. "XL.
10:20 A. 2L and 6 F.VL
The Quickest, Shortest and Most Direct Route.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IKON.
Wheeling Passengers Din at Zauesvtllo. - ;
Pittsburgh Passengers Dine at Crestline.
Dunkirk anl Buffalo Passengers Din at Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, rla Columbus being the Short,
Qu ck and Direct Route from Cincinnati to the Kast
the time 1 o arranged that it ia mad with ease. Connec
tion are certain. Passenger are not subject to delay, and
have full time for wirals, which ia a rreat comfort to ladies
nnd children. The Little Miami via Columbus, being short
and quick route, doe not require anonymous oorrespon
dentoor false maps to recommend H to the traveling public
Each and every train hy the Liii'e Miami mute runs into
the depot of the Lake Shore Rpad at Cleveland.
TIN13 via LITTLK MIAMI KOUTC.
From Cincinnati (
COLUMBUS fn Hours;
CLEVELAND in Hours;
DUNKIRK in HX Hours;
Cl'mUlin 16 Hours:
ALBANY In S Hours;
NKW YORK In 81)tf Houi;
BOSTON In 85 H-urs;
PITTfBURO In 14 Hours, ,
PHILADELPHIA in 81 If TToars.
WI'EKLISO in 10)tf Hours.
BALTIMORE in 'iS Honrs,
WASHINGTON In 2 Honrs,
ei'EL'IiENTILLE in IS Hour.
rstrg cheeked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, Dunk'rd and Buffalo.
. Passeners by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day In
Mew fork, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washing- City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TEAKS.
TTRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pituburg. Steubenvflle and
Wheeling Lightning Kxpre, leaves Cincinnati at A. M.,
for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
Tork and Boston; Crestline, Pittburg. Baltimore, Philad.;l
jihia and New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wash
ington UHy, Fhitadeiprna ano unr iora, c cteunenvuie,
Sandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Spring and Spring
field. Tliis Train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus
At LoveJand, Morrow, Xeni - anil London only.
Pasengers by this train for Lake steamers cava five hours
-nd a ha f at Cleveland.
TKAIN Clevelandand Pittsburg Erpre, leaves
vWcinnaM at 9 A. M- for Colnmbos, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
fcuunlo, New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittsburg; Cir
Cieville and Lanrmiter; Manchester, Chillicothe and Hills
borough. ThiTra n stops at all points between Cincinnati
and Columbus, except Lin wood and Branch Hill Also,
connecting at Cleveland direct with Lake steamers QUfcEV
OF THE WEST and CRESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains lor New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Kali, Ac
THIRD TK.AIN Wheeling Erpreas, leaves Cincinnati at
A. M., for Columbus, iianeaville Wheeling, Baltimore,
Washington City, Philadal) bia and New York.
This t rain, stops at all points between Cinnlnnati and
FOURTH TR ATS Accommodation, leave Cincinnati at
4P M, for Xenia, Yellow Springs and Springfield; Circle
ViUe and Lancaster; Blanchester and Chiiicothe. liilbboro.
Th'S Train stops at all point between Cincinnati and
FIFTH TRAIN Cleveland, Plttt'Kirg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati at P M.. for Columbus, Clev.
an.l, Dunkirk, Buflalo, New York and Boston; Crestline,
Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York; Zinesvil'e, M heeling,
Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia and New York.
Thi Train stops at all point between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except bin wood and Branch Hill.
One Train on Sunday at 11.80 o'clock P. M., for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time T Minutes faster than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKETS,
And all Information can be obtained at the new offices No.
I Burnet Huue Building, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No. ITT, front office, Gibson House Building, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON. Ticket Ag-nt: or at the old office, Southeast
corner ol Broadway and Front street, opposite Spencer
House, or at the Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, East Front
'tr"et Offle hour from tS A. If., until WP.iT.
P. W. STRADKR, G.n1 Ag U
wttw niviorfl f TW
1 ilL. u.u. tw I.U .......
Calls for Paasengers at all the principal Hotels, for each and
very train. Br leaving directions at either of the abov
offices, will call for passengers in all part of the cifv, with
out fail. Je26-tX
"CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
f3xw3 (J VSJ.Tr,.L
NEWEST R ILnOADAKKANUEinLNT
FE0M LOUISVILLE, XT.,
BJ THE JEFFERSONVILLE R. R.t
BT THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R. R
Or Via Indianapolis
BT THE BELLEEOXTAISK eft CLEVELAKD D. Bn
To Sanduiky, Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara, Fitta
burg, Baltimore, Wathington City, Phil
adelphia, V ew York, Boston, Ac
TJ0TH Route ar expedition, and through fare to an of
Xi the above point the ame.
First Class Pas.-nger Trains leave the Jefferson ville R. R.
Depot daily (Sundays excepted,) to mak nr connection
wiih the road beyond.
ELKGAKTLV FITTED IP OMSlBl'SrS
Are carrying passenger from th Hotels, or any part of
Lonisvllle, to and from the Railroad Illation.
Further particular can be obtained by InquirlDg at the
office of the Hotel, or at the Jeffersonville R R. Offic,
near the Gait House, Louisville, where through tickets to all
the principal cities can be procured.
JOHN ZCLAUF, Prest,
A. P. OSB0RNS, Bupt. a
J. W. Haul, Ticket Agent In Louisville. jan20 U
Vliburg Whig, hatches Courier, New Orleans Plcayoa
nd Delta, Eagle A Enquirer In Memphis, please copy for
three months, and charge R. R. OBx.
THE Fill ST AMKt'AL
State Fair and Exhibiton .
Mccbanics' Institute of Tennessee,
Will pen at Odd Frllotra' Hall,
IN THE CITY OF I AS II V I L, I K,
On the First Monday of October, 1855.
MANUFACTURERS, Mechanics, Artist, and all other
are lnvi'-ed to contribute specimens of their skill and
abor. Competent Judge will be appointed to examine all
article exhibit-d, and award PREMIUMS to those entitled
to Ummb under the rule.
AU articles snt for exhibition will be stored without ex
itense to (he owuer, and should be sent to the care of Wm.
II. Gordon A Co., Commission Merchants, Market street.
The o'tfect of the Fair is to develop and eneonrage the
Manufacturing and Mechanical interest of the tate. Its
management is in the hands of a committee of reliable and
and energetic men, and iu success is placed beyond a doubt;
and an invitation is moat cordially and confidently extended
o all who may be ditosed to participate tn iu advantage.
No Caiaoi will be made to exhibitors, cither for the priri
lege of exhibiting or for admiss en to the 'air.
Tbe opening of the r-tate Agricultural Fair and the meet
ing of the Ijeginlature simultaneous with th opening of the
Mechanics' Axlubilion, will add unusual interest to the occa
sion. CrncniM, containing full detail of th plan of the ex
hibition, and ail other information-desired, will be prompt!
foi warded by addressing either of the undersigned.
M. M. MONOHAN, Pree't.
H. IC. Walikx, Cor. Sec'y
SEYJIOIR, FAXMXG & CO.,
(srccKssnas to xicaot a rxaooct:,)
COSimSSIOS A17D FOBWAIUJIXQ 2IEHCHAXTS,
AND DEALERS IN
Bacon, Lard, Corn, Wheat, Feathers, Beerwax,
Dried Fruit, Ac,
Corner market and Church Streets?'
JOHNSON & WEAVER,
Ko. S and 81 South Market street, M ASHYILLE, TENS
. GENERAL COMMISSION, EECXIVIK0
JVI lUUlYAUDIAU MICCIIANTS,
And EeoeiTers and Dealers in Cotton,
KEEPP oa hand a full supply of GROCERIES, BAGGING
. ROPE, Ac And will pay th highest price for Cottoa
or iskc libera a I advance oa th same for shipment.
I OFFER for al th r Idenc attached to the Brewery
property, fronting oa JeGrraoa treet feet, and run
ning bark on Cherry street ST feet, to a ten feet alley, (lb
short tine.) The bouse contain eight room above, with a
large bd convenient ceiieJ, bake ovea apparatua, Ae.
TU above propert will be sold oa gnod Ursa one-half
each and th balaucc In on and two yean,
tor further intormaUoa apply to
R. A. B ALLOW E, Gen. Art,
ana SI Noil DeadeiKk ireC
TEE SIGHT KACHIHE L5VSTBD AT LAST
CAN be wn at Armstrong a c.T, oa Market street, in
best FTRAW and HAY CUTTER ever Invented. Tbey
are eroneanoed by aU who have tried them, a poaseaaing a
very superior advantage over anything of th kind that b
ever been produced. CD and examine for yoarsoive ; we
warrant perfect aauoction t the purchaxr In all oaa.
p4 If . ARMaTRONU A CO Agent.
JOMVOn-1 ....T. UMAaaaALL... W.J. BOTUL
J. DOYLE 4 CO.,
Sap and Candle irianufactarer and
Packers ( Iark and Meet,
Bo. 8 Soath Front treet, NASHVlLLl,TENIf.
.Highest pries paid laeaaa toe TaUow, Grease, aol
" "the ceeat QTjxsnojr,
OR win you consider the uijet of PERSONAL BEII.
liluS. A nw supply oi ttts i-pulr work jui reeeiv
Sdb ' CilAlU.ES W. eiUTU.
D. MIXER, HECTISC, ST.
1 apl dly CIIAIILESTOJI, S. C.
Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
THX new and commodious house, splendidly fur
Dished, li now ready for tbe reception of visitors. ,'!
J M. Siarsoa, Proprietor. Mr. Ntcxxasoa.Sup't. JLla
apl5 tf . -
COTTON OSlYABtmnS.-80 bale superior No.
1 7-8 Oxnaburgt, Just received and for sale by
SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.
CA n PEES. 150 boxes Btar Candle;
83 Sammer Mould do F ir sale bv
auT SEYMOUR, FANNING A Ci.
, 100,000 COPIES. " 1
Steam Boat Disasters on the
ANDSTE-UI BOAT DIUECTOKT.
THE ondersigned have now in noarae of preparation, a
new Meum Itoat liirertory, which will be
issued in October next. The book will contain over two hun
dred pager, illustrated in the beat style, and neatly bound
In a durable manner. It will be on of the mon interest
ing book ever published, and wiil be a book that will be
Interesting to all clusse of people. The STEAM BOAT
DIRECT KY will contain a complete list and description of
all the Steam Boats now afloat in the 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, with the trade she is in. Also, the names of Captains
nd officers, her age, Ac., Ac. The Directory wi:l contain a
History or tara Boats and Steam Boating on the Western
Waters, since the application of s eam: also, a sketch of the
first boHt built for the Ohio river, with th name of the
builder, commander and owner. ,
The River Directory will contain a list and deocription of
aU the M-irti Itoat liufct-r that have occurred
on the Western and tkmthern Waters, beautiful!) illustrated,
with a list of all those who have perished hy their burning,
sinking and erplodine. on the Wesb-rn and Southern-it uters
The DIRECTORY WILL CONTAIN MAW of the Ohio,
Mississippi, Miaeouri, Illinois, Arkans, White, Red Oua
chita, Yus w. and other rivers, with the Town and Cities
laid down, with correct distances, also, many othr River
and Commercial Item of interest to the peope at large.
The book will contain the cards of tbe various U. 8. Mall
Boats, with tb trade they are in, Ac, Ac Toe Directory
will a'so contain a eomple liKt of all the responsible team
Bout Licensed Olbcers, their place of residence, Ac; tbe
new Ptcam Boat Law, it requirements, wiih comment
howin; herein It benefits the incompetent efficer and in
jure the competent officer, Ac, and all the important U. 8.
bupreme Court Steam Boat Decisions up to dale, the Rates
and important CommercJHl Privileges, Kills of Lading, im
portant Decisions of the various U. 8. Courts In regard to
Freight Lot and Damaged, Ac, with many other things
The Directory will be illustrated In the best style and
printed in the beet manner. The author has for six yar
been gathering together all the facts and Items in regard to
the numerous steamboat di.-tmters on the VVesWrn and
Southern Waters, and now intends publishing them in book
form. The price of the work will tie pnt at the low sum of
One Dollar. Ten thousand copies will be iaoued for the
boatmen; and others desirous of subscribing will have to do
so at once, a none will be printed ttnless ordered in ad
vance The work is destined to hive a circulation of over
EIGHTY THOUSAND cples, as the publishers are receiv
ing large nun bers ol subset ibers, per mall, from all parts of
the country, daily. 8ome of the oldeot boatmen, as well as
meat scientific u en of the times, are ctntiibutor to the
fgr By remitting one dollar to J. T. LLOYD A CO., yr-n
will receive a copy of the above work. - The work will be
Issued in October. Agents at New Orleans, Memphis, 8t.
Louis, Louisville, Piitbu-g, Wheeling and Cincinnati, will
wait upon the steam boat commanders.
AU letters thould be addressed to
JA8. T. LLOYD A CO., ;
Je9 tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
tr-Cpt. K D. EARNS WORTH will receive subscrip
tion" in Nashville, and by mail. - '
THE MOST WOXDEHFirL ' . :
Discovery of the Age.
f"Tni8 remarkable preparation contains no alcoholic ilira
X alent, no essential oil, nor one unhealthy drug, ltdoes
not color tbe hair, but acta uxa the secretion and secre
tive organs, so a to supply the former with the necessary
coloring matter, and npon the latter, so as to completely
restore their impaired or lost functions. All this the propri
etor has a rifcht to say, for it has done all this for him. At '
the age of thtrtyeveu he was as gray an the man of sev
enty, and hij bair nearly all fallen off; but he now has an
abundant crop, and no person would ever imagine thst he
ever had a grsv iir; and hik hair is as Mft and pliable as
though it had been recently oiled. This is not an Isolated
eae; it has done the same lor many others, a the following
certificate abundantly prove.
?t. Pa fx, Jan. 1, ISM.
Prof. O. J. Wood Dear 81 r: Unsolicited I send you this
cer.ifictte. After being nearly bald for a long time, and
having tried all the bair restoratives extant, and having no
faith in any, I was induced, on hearing of yours, to give it a
trial. I placed myse.f in tbe hands of a barber and had
my head rubbed with a good stiB brush, and the Restorative
then applied and well rubbed In till the scalp was all a glow.
This 1 repeated every morning, and in three weeks the
young hair appeared, and grew rapidly from August last up
to the prevent time, and is now black, thick and strong
soft and pieasant to tbe touch, whereas before it wa harsh
aad wiry, what little there was of .t, and that little was dis
appearing very rapidly. I still ue your Restorative about
twice a week, and shall soon have a good and perfect crop
of bair. Now 1 have rex d of these thing and who ha
not? but have never hitherto seen any case in whii h anv
person's hair was really benefitted by the aid of le hair
tonics, Ac, of th day; and it really give me pleasure to
record the result of my experience. I have recommended
your preparation to others, and it already h a large and
general sale throughout the Territory. The people here saw
it effect and have confidence in It. AU who have used it
here will coincide with me In what I bave written. The
supply yon sent us as the wholesale agnta of the 1 erritoiy
la already exhausted, and dally inquiries are ma --e fjr it.
You deserve credit for your ducovrry. I, fir one, return
yoa my thanks tor the benefit it ha done me, for 1 certainly
ad despaired long, long ago of ever effecting any such re
ulL 1 congratulate you that your fortune (and a large one)
I already made.
Yours, hastily, J.W.BOND."
Caki tlb. IU., June 27, 1S53.
I have used Prof. O.J. Wood's Hair restorative, and have
admired Its wonderful effect. My hnir was becoming, as I
thought, prematurely gray, but by the ue of Ids Restora
tive, it ha resumed it original color, and I have tto doubt
permanently e. SIDNEY BKKESE,
Ex-Senator United btates. -,
BaoocncLS, Jan.12, 185V
Prof. Wood Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair
Re torative, it give me p'earare to ray t"at it eff-ct ha
been excellent in removing inflammation, dandruff nd a
constant tendency touching, with which I have been troub
led frvm childhood, and lui also restored my bair, which
wa becoming gray, to its original color 1 have used no
other article with anj thing like the tame pleasure and profit,
Youi. truly, J. K. BRAUO.
114 Market st., St. Louis, Mo., March 8, 16S5.
Dear fir: I am doing an extensive travel in the Wentern
and Southwestern 8ttea, as General Agent for AdnmV
American Linimetit. and would be clad if veu would fetor
me with a consignment of Pro'. Wood's Hair Ke.'ortive, as
I feel assured t:at I can introduce It tn many places wh re
it is not known, as my own head is a living testimony of its
valuable properties, in restoring hair to its naruml color.
I am forty years old, and my hair was almost white, but af
ter using three half-pint bottle, my hai r is as beautiful au
bum as it was at eighteen, and much improveJ in appear
ance, and I would not be without a bottle on band tor the
rice of ten. 1 should be glad to attend to any mat tor that
in connected with the Hair Restorative. I have been for
thirteen years engaged in the same business, and will be
.-ad to hesr trrra you soon. My address is Pari, Tenn.
Very respectfully, WM. B. BROOM K.
t" Prepared and old at 114 Market unwt, between
4th and 6th, 8t. Louis. Mo., and 814 Broadway, New York.
For sale in Nashville, at Manufacturer1 prires, by
Al-o, for sale. Prof. Wood' Oriental native Linlirent
and Vegetable Life Pills, warranted better than any other,
or the money In all case refunded. Se circular for all ne
cessary inf rraatia with agents.
TO, THOSE INTERESTED. .
rrO avoid unpleasant d fficultie 1 will only pay racb ao
A connt In fulur as I contract myself, it by my order,
augll KEl-J W. PUKTEX. -
TES5ESSEE AND ALABAMAN AILE0AS.
hi T r it. t,
CPE5 TO THOMPSOITS STATION. -
ON and after Thursday, August IWd, train will run bo
tween Nashvill and Thompson's Station, a follow
11 OH N INC. TIC A IN
tesve NaahviUeat S.Sd A. M am re at Thompson's at
RETURNING T -eaves Thompson's at 8.43 A. M.; arrives
at riaaoniie at ivjw a. au
. EVENING TRAIN. '
Leaves Nashvill at 1.13 P. M., arrive at Thompson's at
15 P M
RETURNING Leave Thompson at 3.13 F. If.; arrive
at Na.-h villa at (.43 P. M.
On Sunday th Morning Train only will b ran, leaving
Nhville at T A. M., and Tbompsuu'ii at 8.43 A. H.-
Itf At Thompson's the Stages of Carter, Thomas and
Ilouiih connect wi Jl the train.
Thnrairh Ta keU for MEMPHIS, WAYNESBORO, JACK
SON, Tl MX'MBIA, FLORKNCK, PULASKI n4 COLLM
BIA, ean be procured at the General Stage Office, wader Uto
Verandaa Hotel. , A. ANUKRSON,
aug-iJ K. Eng. and SupU
TWO HOUSES Ana LOTS fcs SALE-OKI
F r It n t . -
I OFFER for sal two new BKICK DWELLINQ HOUfES,
oa Know! treet. West Nashvill ! room tMch, and
two story porrb cistern attached good healthy location,
and every wy eomturlable and desirable, and convenient
to a fin Sulphur Well. A good barga a will b given oa
liberal terwia, or 1 will exchange or lands 3B U Mutaijpt
On of lhn i tor rent uoiiLsoU.
J.14 tf J. W. F. MANNING.
FOtt II ENT 1 havs for rent a st lend d stand for a
lUvcksRiuh, oa tb Sferfreisboro' Pis. Id soil fro a
Nhvi.U. Improvements, guod shops, ta!y reavieneo.
sad all necesaary eat hoeiee, la or SO acre ckar4 taad,
plenty of fir wood, Ae. Term easy. Apt ly to
K. A. KALLOWE, Cent Agt,
Isnl as Na.1T Ue.Jenrs strret.
trairo inoxr eetdge compact.
BOOKS wfll be opened at th So of UN Dp LEY A
CROCKiTT. SStVwf trwv a M INDAY, ihid
tost., tor the purpose of receiving; ubsmption to th Cap
ital block of tbe Spring St -eel Bridge Comjiany, sad wis b
kept open from dsy te 4a y, unt.l Mat s sumcirni i su
scribed to organise the Company, a prvvuled tn lb act la- .
sumorauce stud O: SBtiar v.
JOHN ii. UevkbJKlN, i OBsnmi's .
lyl 4 A. V.. USDfh.T.
ST. LGUIS ADYERTISB.ENTS.
From th Newspaper Advertising A renry of W.8. FVFYM
MER, R 14 Second fctreet, ST. LOUiS, Mo.
- WELCH GEUimrs
HAVING purchased from Mr. Wm. Southwell hi Patent
Right for grinding CIRCULAR and other Eaws, for
which w haveoaid him a large sum, ad ws ARB tbs sols
raoratEToas or this tatsst. We will reward any person
giving iniormation of infringementson thesame.
This is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
Saw perfectly even ia thickness.
They will require less eetfr will not heat ifhfie running
will saw smooth save lumber nd keep n edge longer
than any other saws made and are not uaoie 10 oecouie
I All our Baws are made from an extra qnaiiry or uaet cieei,
imported expressly for our own Be, at much higher cost
than is generally used for rswi - .
We resp-tfully inform nil manufacturer of Lumber, that
no Baw will be sent from this estaWidhment but what is of
superior steel and workmanfhip, the temper will be fonnd
more even and uniform than any Saw in use.
' t Orders received at our Warehouse, 62 Congress sU,
Boston. WELCH A URIE EITHS.
And by oar Agent,
H. BAKEWELL, .
aog20 8ra ' 818 Main Street, St. Lonia
field, Beardslcc & Co.,,
I3IPORTEIIS AND DEAEEKS I
. ; PIECE GOOES FOE
.11 12 W 8 WI2 ! R
No. 158 Main St. St. Eouis, HIo.
HAVR NOW IN PTORE A nEATT AND COMPLETE
stock f Good suitable for the
AVTWIS AND WINTEU , HALES,
and are prepared to compete with any Jobbing house in.the
... UNITED STATES.
The stock eonsUU in part of the foUowing goods, vis :
C JL O Til.-
PETE Re HA MS,
DUFFILS, 1 :
SATINS, , ,
SATIN HE CniNIS,
CLOAK1NGS. " '
BLANKETS. . ,' 1 :
Every descriidlon of - - "'
TAILORS' AKD CL0TK1XE3' TSUOUKGS.
' A COMPLETE STOCK OF ,
IT1ES FUllISHING GOODS.
An Invitation is hereby respect'hlly ext-nded to '
MERCHANTS, CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS, "
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in this line,
to exumlneour stork before making their purchases.
All order wiil leceive prompt attention.
. aagH dawSm - FIELD, BEARDSLEE A CO.
WHOLESALE CAJfDY MANUFACT0SY.
FR. WALTER. ; . : . H. G. B0HN
WALTER &. BOHN, :
Nos. 31 & 33 Market Street, between Maia ft 2d,
ST. LOUI3, MO. .
CONSTANTLY on hand a Urge and fresh assortment of
all kinds of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Cheapness,
Quality and Variety, cam ot be surpassed by any other es
tablishment In the West. mr81 dawly
F. A. HUNT,
Late of Hubbell A Hunt.
J. E. HUNT.
F. A. HUNT &, CO.,
P It O I U C E ,
Commission and Forwarding
" a 19 Levee Street, St. Louis, Mo.
rE adhere strictly to a Commission Business, sr.d wt
solicit con8lgnmenu or fttuuett, MLiijUArUL2i.
Hxving ample fncilitie for doing business, which are un-
-urpaffsed by any hou-e in th Western country, particular
attention will be paid to filling order f w ny de ertption of
merchandise; also, to RECEIVING AND KOrt WARDING
GOODS. Liberal advances will be made when required.
F. A. Hont refer to "he numerous triends and patrons of
the late firm of Hubbell A Hunt, of which he was a member.
TBI FtRat SKPKR8 TO,
Lucas A Pimonds, EL Lcuia, I Dottn, King A Co., St. Louis,
Page A Bacon, 44 I Hon. A. A. Lawrence, Boston
W 000, Christy A Co. 44 Claflin, Mellen A Co N. York.
mar3l 6m law " F. A. HUNT A CO.
... ST. LOTUS STEAM PLAKINO MILL,
Lumber Yard, and ah Doer, tlind,
Plouldina; and itox Factory1
Comer of. CfFallon and 13th Streets,
Office North Side of Olive, No. 117, Between 4th and &tn
Streets, Saint Lonis, Mo.
WE have always on hand the following article, war
ranted of the best material and workmanship,
thoroughly seavmed by Steam, and as low as similar work
ean be furnished in the Wait : ,
Panel Dmrs, - . Pine and Pop'ar Weather-
Window Sash, ' Boarding,
Rolling Blinds, . White und YeUow line
Stationary Blinds, Flooring, -
Mantels, ' Shelving,
Door and Window Frames, Shingles and Laths, ..
Uoxe of every description made to order:
mat27-6m - WILLIAM WADE A CO.
- .Hill Fiirnishinf
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
-' '" ',"-., .1
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(Succ&uart to Ira Todd r Sonn '
No. 212 .TIAI STIIEET,cor. of ITIorroii
SAINT LOUIS, MO.,
Importers and Manniacturert of
FRENCH BTJER KILL STONES,
Dtittli Anchor Itoltluir Clothh,
PORTABLE GB AIN MILLS,
i PT. AFTER OF PARIS, MILL PICKS,
! LEATHER BELTING, MILL SPINDLES,
; RUi'-BER BK1.T1N0, MILL SCs-Wi, -
, RUBBER HSK, . K EMULATING SCREWS.
' HEMP PACKINO, DA M.-AL IRONS;
RUBBER PACKINO, r COPPER R1V1TS,
, IRON PROOF STAFFS, ETC , El'C.
Our assortment of Mill Material Is the' larrest In th
Cniled Milr At present we have on hand 25 pair o
MILL STONES. Order promptly filled and all articles war
aanted. . martl ly G. A C. TODD A CO.
EJIPIKC SAW WORKS.
W. L. T. GAGE 4 CO.
Warcroom No. 3T Main Street,
- ST. I.OI'IN, WO.
CANCFACTURERS of every description of extra OiM
11 Stoet iliU, itrcular, PU, SltrUy CVo Cut, oi,,
Bind ai Panrl Stut; Sato JfniurWa, VimrUand Coii
CM Is, Trunk Spring, Aatrea, Rtaptr Std.lM, tiprinfs,
tPtruid Saws repaired and mad a good as new, at small
The ondersigned have made such improvements, and sr
rived at such perfretion In the tempering and grinding de
partment of their Works, aiid take such pain to proeur th
best quality of Steel, that they ean aaaert, without fear of
contradiction, that their stock or Saws on hand and now
being inanuraotured, are and will be, not only eqnal
but tipertor to aof uade its or brouaUt
to thiw market. .
Every Saw sold under their guarantee will be mads good
to the porrhaaer. if not luund to be so on triaL
snarl-d8twly iV. L. J. GAGS A CO.
-vs . TynoiXSALX GE0CXS, ,
Comnalaaion and Forwarding Merchant,
Ho. 1 &ni 2 Broad St- Nashville, tenn,, .
STEW AST A 0WE5,
No. CT Market street, a few door below their d stand, aad
Bl WOT w B. wuiLvv m w.
MANUFACTURERS OF '
Copper, Tin and Mi ret Iron Wares,
f"EEP eonetantly oa Vised an WnAi of
IV Improved COOKING STOTES; alto,
Stove of various klmbt, sweh a Parlor, Hull,
Fluted, Box, I and 10 piste Stove. Also,
prove.) Coal moves, of all kinds; Enasoel
and Plain slant! Orates, Curiae or
Job Wort solicited, and txseoted with neatness and Are.
patch. rc:hr, G:oecg, Bemiwax, Pswtar and old Copp
Ukea (a exchaug for wares, Ae.
P. a. nop oar a 14 customer will rrmenber at Is
SOO It H W.Alt D.
Tl ANAWAT fro at KashvUI the aegre wsvoas MINERVA:
JV of adarkooppoi color; very riy in hahtt; having
juit a pmntnent rye; walks awkwardly; otne & frei t or i
liieae la aeignt. rue nan oeesi ewipioyea in vravi!ie a s
eau.tre seversJ years, and saay be lark in about town
preparatory te making her escape to a free State, having re
CMiUy beea detected ia aa atteeapt to ret off. If taken out
of the Mi, 1 will give tw kandred dollars for her appre.
tension, and en I nr.Jred (kilars if taken la the Stale au
WJ-red In tlit NashvUls JaJ.
JaaS-i-tf TU0A II. MTWAT.
I V'-' f.
FASHIONS FOR FALL, 18S5.
CL0AES, TALMAS AND MASTLLLAS.
; GEORGE BHOD1E,
WILL Introduce for the Inspection of Southern and Wes
tern Merchants on the 1st of August, his usual large
variety of goods in his line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES,
- PLAIN VELVET MANTLES, Richly Trimmed,
COMBINATION Of VELYaiT AND MOIRE ANTI QUE,
The buyer of the ondersigned having Just returned from
France ha is enabled to offer tbe most extensive assortment
of styles of any other establishment In the country, aU of
which, by rpee.al contract with the Pari Manufactures, are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the ODly publisher of regular monthry Fa I on Plate
in Harper' and Oodey's Magasine should be sufficient in
ducement to purchasers to select from his stock. .
- GEORGE I1HODIE,
51 Canal Street, & 63 Lispenard Street, N. York.
Principal entrance 31 Canal itreet, Second Mantilla Store
West of Broadway, routh side. aug3 3m -
W. JACKSON & SON,
GRATE AHD FENDEE MAKERS,
J4 Front Street and 130 Broadway, NEW YORK.
aug2 ty - .. ' - -'
ISAAC Ei. PEATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old estab
Ushed manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLASS COMPACT,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes, suitable for windows of stores
and dwellings, Show Cases, Coach Lamps, Rail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse, . -
TO .TI array Street, New York.
jylT 8m - ' -
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPACT,
Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
Company, ia now enabled o furni.h their Rough Plate
Glass, for kyighU, Floor-tiles and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the imported article, and at much lower rates.
JOHN li. 1'LATT,
JylT 3u - -. . 7 Mnrry street. New York.
PIC0T & E30TWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
. AND GERMAN
.HOUSE FITRNISIII3C HARDWARE,
' No. 63 Maiden Lane, New Tork.
XNVITB 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; Jspannery;
' German Sliver and Britannia Ware: . .
Tinned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
Brnnsed, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, tire Irons, Fenders, Wire Covers:
Bronsed Candlesticks, Block Tin W ire, Ac, Ae.
Onr stock comprises every article in our liie of business,
all of which we will sell to dealers at the VERY LOWEST
PRICES FOR CASH OR APPROVED PAPFR. floods or
dered by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
and pnt up in the best manner
PICOT A SHOTWELL,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
' PIP. S. Also, manufacturers of a very superior artic!e of
ated Spoons and Forks Je9 6m
; CO.1I IIS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
10 Park Place, New York,
TNVITE3 tbe attention of Southern and Western Mer
chants to his new stock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soap, Porte
Monnales, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book, Dress
Buttons. Pins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guard?,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads, Necklaces, Ac India Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of eveiy description.- Scis
sors, Rators and Cutlery, Gold and Gilt Jewelry, Accor
deons and Violins including a general and very large stock
of Englih, French and German Fancy Goods, which will be
sold at the very lowest prices for Cass or Approvkd Parxa.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the best manner.
WILLIAM TAPKER, 10 Park Place, New York.
P. 8. Please cut this out. niyS dly
THE REST HAIR DYE. -
DR. 0. M- BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the World's Fair and Amkricab Ihsti
ttitb, where it was examined by the Di8TiM0DhHKi Chkmists
Dr. Chiltos and Prof. Johh Torhkt, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale by the principal Uruirgists in this city.
Price 91. Principal Office and Store, Nos. 4US and 600
BROADWAY. New York. mar'21- ly
JO. G, BROWN
BRTGS. CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College Street, nashville, tenn.,
MT stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
complete, having received fresh supplies, selected by
one of the firm in person, vis: Lubin's, Basin's and Michel's
ExtracU; American TLnct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, In every style; Dil
luc's and Li i bin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals: China, Metal
and Glass Puff Boxes, several new styles; Shell Con bs, large
stock. Also have on hand Indigo, Madder, White Leai,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac,fo. - Je9
THE Copartnership heretofore exl-dlnj nnder the firm
style of BK0WN A GKUBBS, is this day dissolved by
mutu 1 eonxent. Jo. G. Browm is alone authorised to use
the name of the firm in liquidation. Ac, ' -
Jf FIAH O. BP0WN,
Nashville, Jun , 1S53. ' - W. B. GRUBB3.
JO. G. BROWN
HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
GkCBta, 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 Cohege street. jeS
FISHING TACKLE A large stock, selected by
one of the firm, consisting of Gt-nuine 1. inter
ick Hooka, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen,
GravetHleen and common Limerick Hooks: a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Silk and S-a Own, spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 13 by 4: Floats of every va
riety. Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Ely Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac In short, can supply those who can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almuct ever thing they may- need to the
uccessml prosecution of this useful calling.
. JO. G. BROWN,
' - ; ; 4 College st.
PL RE ItlOSONG.tHEEA WHISKY 3 bbW
of the above, just received, of prime qnnlli y. Sold to
us for six year old. JO. U. BROWN,
Je - 43 Collese si.
STONE WAR E !,500 pieces Stone Ware, consisting
ol Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Hu'ter Crocks, Ac, of
every sis, just received. JO. G. BROWN,
Je - ' . . 4J College! .
1)OftTI'R AND" SCOTCH A 1. 1 'Constantly
on hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co' celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. Jo. (i. BROWN,
. je . 43 College street.
PP.AHI. STARCH 83 boxe of a very superior
article of Starch, Just received by
JO. G. BROWN.
4J College st.
FORJEI.Mi:S loom Wnglass, Sheet nd Shred.
Also, 1 gruc Sparkling Gelatine: nnpuy's Extract of
Vanilla, Ac J. O. BROWN,
. Je9 41 College st.
GOLD FOIL Abbey A Son's Gold Foil constantly on
hand. JO. O. BROWN.
je - 43 College street
CONGRESS WATER-Constantly receiving, di
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
e9 - - 43 College t.
OPIJKJI AND WAX CANDLES 10 boxe
O Sperm and Was Candles, this day received by
- JO. O. BROWN.
e 43 College street.
LEECHES 1,000 SweedUh Leeche oa hand and for
sal by JO. G.BROWN,
JC9 43 College st.
LARD OIL 10 bbls. N'o.1 Lard Oil on hand by
JO. G. BIIOWN,
Je 43 College t.
JN0. S. & W. 0. BEIEN,
' ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
' Naabrllle, Tenn.
OmCE No. 83 Cherry Street. apS -
OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA.
WITH Biographical Sketches snd snecdotes of th Prin
cipal Chiefs. Embellished with 130 Pomarrs, from
th Indian Gallery at Washington, in volume complete.
Recently received and for sale low by JNO. B. WEiT.
ALSO Juet to hand, 14 Ktintl CtxasaiTta Gem as
ass'd ol Roaewjod, Ivory and Pearl ornamented,
jel J. B. W.
T7OR SALE OR RENT-lhavea deaira-
A hie boas on Lower Market street for sale or li
rent, the boim containlr.r four room in th main a'.
building, with cellar, dining-room, kltthen, and ail neccssa
ry oat baild ngs. Any on wishing a comfortable residence
aad on convent, nt to the basin part of the city, should
soak iatmediat applies ion to .
K. A. BALL0WE, Genl Agt.,
sn if No. IT Deaderick atreet.
GRISVOLD'l COTTON CIKS.
rpBE snbeerfber being ageot for th sale of the above gins.
JL. wiil seep a upny ea asrva, or nirniaa r taaiars at anort
Thee gin hsvethe crinwter of raking good Hot, gin.
aing faster, raaning lighter, eieaaing tb sa better, taking
oat nor swMkW aa (rash, and having bos more durable
and secar against fire, than ary otiwr giu now la use, and
ar oflatwd oa terns awr aJvanugeosi to th purchaser.
To snost atiaeary referesee eaa b given to establish
this rvpwtatioa, which they ar also wsa&sjrrss to snaintaia
on trial. If ed aooerdiBg to lbs directions en with each.
sag I U - H.T. Tf ATM AN. .
IJill IT CAN HetajeOcal self-seslieg Frait Can
gallon, aaJf-gailctt aad quart la oaani'lir to sstU
aBrdiaser, K st! by W. U. GoRwOX A CO.
sa BJiitnLBT. aorr. s'coniu. esa o. bmxslxt.
Excelsior Wharf Doat.
SMEDLEY, r.VCOHMELL & GO.,
COMMISSIONS' AICD FORWASDINQ MESCTIAETS,
WE would respectfully inform Merchant or Shippers
that we are now Receiving and Forwarding Goods
from one of the largest and best Wharf Boats on the Wes
tern waters, being entirely new. Je30 dly
WATTS, GIVEN 6c CO.,
Receiving & ForiTarding Merchants,
PADICAH, KY. ! ' '
HAVING a large new and substantial Wharf Boat, all
Goods entrusted to our care shall be forward d with
promptness and despatch. . JeSO dly
TrTH a cash ctpitnl ol from 500 to l'KO in a Incra-
V tive, gemeel business, whose time would be rtquired
enlyfromA M. to5P 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 he guaranteed.
Addrt-ss.staiinirwhere aa interview may be had, to
SOUTHERNER, Pot ( ffl?e.
N. b. Persons not having the above amount of Cash
need not apply aug!7 tf
TOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
These has long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could be relied on as
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 ptWs 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 mora
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills 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 afford prompt and sure relief in Cos
tivenets, Files, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scttrvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
They have also produced soma singularly suc
cessful cures in llheumatism. Gout, Dropsy, Gravel,
Erysipelas, 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
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 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 ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer a better purpose than any 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. Being sugar-wrapped they are
Eleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, n
arm can arise from their use tn any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Box.
JAMES C. AYEK,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Price 25 Cents per Box. Five Boxes for $L
For the rapid Car of
C0FGIIS, COLDS, IIOUtSEXESS,
BRONCHITIS, M IIOOPIXC-COl'GII,
CR0VP, ASTIDIA, AND
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 everv section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming arid 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, and 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 onr climate. And not only in formidable at-
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
of Colks, Cocohs, HoARUBNEsH, & c. ; and for
Childkrm it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
that can be obtained.
As it hits long been in constant use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure th
people its quality is kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that the genuino article is sold by
BERRY TtrofOVH.ru. WholesVe. Nashville, and Re
tail by HKUVVN a WKL0U9, jvanivuie; ami snia uy an
denier in merik-in in eery town In Tennessee. ...
L"llU SAIi: Between eighteen and nineteen fS
P handled acres of lnnd lying in t!ie countv of Tra-
vis, Texas, 8 miles west of Austin. Vhe above tract of land,
or a portion of it will be exchanged fnr Dry Goods or Oio
eerie. Alfo, a lot in the county of Liberty, snd town of
Smithfteld, on the same terms as theahove. Forfurther In
formation apply to R. A. B ALLOW E, Genl Agt,
ft-bs No. 17 Deaderirt St.
Cabin Passage to icw York 20. .
UNITED STATES MAIL LIIfE.
The new and Splendid side-wheel tieatrbliip
KSOWII.LJL, 1500 tons. ..'...Capt. C. D. Lcplow,
AKa ST.l, ISOOtons Capt. T. Lro,
I'l.OIt I OA, 1800 tuns Capt. M. 8. Wooohdu
ALABAMA ISOOton .Capt. O. R. ScHsaca, '
1YIII Leave SarammH
EVERT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These shin ar among the larrest on the coast, unsur
passed In speed, safety or comfort making their passage in
50 to 60 hour, and arc commanded by skillful, careful and
polit omeers. Having elegaut state-room accouimoilstiona,
they otTer a most desirable conveyance u new iora.
Cabin passage J'-'O.
Steerage pauage 8. '
Agents: PADELFORD, PAT A CO., Savannah.
SAM'L L. MITCH ILL, 13 Broadway,
' Amtirotial Shaving Cream,
Rose do . do
Almond do do
Minley's Fine Toilet Soap,
Old Browa Windsor do
White do do
IuImsj M-nlii-ated Soap,
Superior Honey do
Together with the most favorite kind, received and for
sale low at fcl uk.1 vu o urog eiore. eurnerol College and
Inlon iu. my! 8
'IVE II. AVOHI; llXTIIAC'iH,
ta tract Orange,
Received and for le In quantities to suit at STRETCTT9
D rag Store, corner College and l otos sis. my Is
ISP TOIM3T VATF.R.
Mill Flenr Water,
Kos do .
l lortda w atrr,
(range Flower Watr.
For sale in assorted sfse botUrs, at 81 RETCH'S IH-ug
Store, comer Collrge and Caioa lis. wtyta
SH. L"0MIS A CO, mv sol Agents fcw Kasnvm. wtn
furnish the peopl of Taaee with all tb diaVrenl
kind of WINK nsd by so-, at ea, Cincinnati whose'
prices. Also, th Catawba Orap Cutting ft planting.
Call and e them. V. LoNGWoKTH.
mwti One nnsrt. Obi.
FEAEX, D0XE0AX ft CO.,
romsaaiaolou A' Forwarding- -Merchant
The. Ft-am, Wm. P. Atd,
Jas. J. iHitwia, A- AL. Hopkins.
TWt keep a eS.cs at HsAUvSle.
J. J. KEYES,
WHOLKSAL DSA1XB IS
EEWETQ, fATDLEE'S, E2BE0IDEBT ft FRLTIGE
SIL EL JS,
BLACK AND ASSORTED COLORS,
In 83, 50 and 100 Skein Bunches, and Vfl) Packages, and
SILK FOR SSWINQ MACHINES, equal to the best,
31 South Fourth Street, (2d floor) I'hiladelphia.
I ' Orders promptly attended to. ' an -2T Im
IA L A n A N D E R S A T E S -
WARRANTED to stand 10 per cent more firepS-.
than any Herring's Sufes in use, and sold at f EH p
the same prices. Also, Iron Shutter, Salt Qt A
and Doers for Hank Vault andve
Mores. AI;o, i'utcut Mate l.iura Kelris
erators all warrinud as goood and cheap as any in the
country, by EVANS A WAl'SON, No.sS8outh 4th street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Hull's Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furnished when required. W. C.
LILLARD is authored to recieve orders, and make sales ol
the above. my 5 1 y
THE POCKET XSCTJIAPITJS;
OR EVERT ONE HIS OWN PHYSICIAN. '
THE FIFTIETH Edition, with
One Hundred Engravings, showing
Diseases and Mai formations of the
Human System in every shape and
form. To which is added a Treat
ise on the Di stages of Females, be
ing of the highest importance to
, uiarrie i people, or those contem
! plati'ig marriage. By
ILLIAM YOCNO, M. D-
Mb! i i?. J
Let no father lie ashamed to pre
sent a copy of the J-CLLAPIUS
to his child. It may sav him from
an early grave. Let no young
man or woman enter into the se
cret obligations of married life
without resiling the POCKt.T tl. LAPIUS. Let no one
suffering a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights,
nervous feelings, and tire whole train of Dyspeptic sensa
tions, and given up by their phjsician, be another moment
without consulting the (KSCCLAP1U3. 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 thous jids
of onfoitunate creatures from the jaws of death.
fW Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS enclos
ed in a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or
five copies ill be sent for ( ne Dollar. Address, post-paid,
DR. WM. YOCNO,
ctS-ly No.152 Sprue street, l'liilad a.
TO THE PI'IILIC
Of the United States.
A N advertisement of Mr. UPOLPHO WOLFE, lately pub
l li.-lieil, as I suppose, intended for the protection of hi
Schiedam e'chnippx agiinit counterfeiters, hs come under
my observation, and being engaged in the manufacture of
8i.-hiedam Schnapps, were I to let it pis without notice
through this medium, I might be considered among those
he dem niin.ites "I'imU and Vender of I'viaon;" but
the immense patronage and tmecesa that has atte did the
sale of the article manufactured hy me, and the c pinion of
competent J ,! a to its qualities as a beverage and it
medicinal virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that
I am included among thoe he designs te inipugu. No
doubt he frrls arevieved at the depreciation of the sale of
his Schnapps, which is manifest to all, hince mine haa been
broi gt.t into competition with his. Not only have I succeed
ed in competing with him In quality, but the consiaut aDd
increasing dem ind "or my article, has enabled me to furnish
it at a less priee than he can, or does say i in the roten.
And, furthermore, he will soon become iati.-flrd that his cau
tion to the cit sons ot the "Southern and Western States"
will avail him nothing as far aa I am eou'.-erned, for the
character of my Schiedam Schnapps is too well established
in thoee S'ates, to be injured by any such invidious publi
cation. The motive of his advertisement is obvious to every
one, and feeliog well satisfi,l that all such missiles thrown
at me by him will fall harmless at my feet, I will here, lor
te satisfaction of the puhlic, publish a copy of my Patent
Bight, entered in the Southern District of New York, on
theiStUol December, 1 S3 1:
(Copy of Patent Right.)
XOUTmiltX JHSTR1CT OF SEW YORK,
Be It remembered, Tint on the twenty-eighth duv of De
cember, Anno Domini, 1SS4, Itarnurd L. Simpson, of the
said District, hath deposited in this office the tite of a print
or label, the title of which is in the words following, to
wit: "Barnard L. Simpsin's Aromatic Schiedam Jumper
Schnapps, a sup-rior Tonic, Anti-Di;.peptic Invigorating
Cordial," the riiht whereof he claims as author and pro
prietor, in conformity wiih an act of Congress, entitled
"Aa Act to amend the suveral Act respecting coov righta."
fiKO. W. MURTON,
Clerk of the Southern District of New Yoi k.
And I t:ke pleasure u this occasion to tender my sincere
thanks to the public in general, and to my friends in particu
lar, for the kind liberality with which they have patron'sed
me from my commencement ol this enterprise; and I assure
them that I shall continue to provide them always with a
genuine snd superior article of Schiedam Schnapps.
jyo-u'3in BARNARD L. SIMPSON.
KtltMHO I smi'NOV
AE0MATIC SCHIEDAM JUSLPEE SCHITAPPS.
A Superior Tonir, miti-Dpcptlc Inwijg.
IT is a htnentalile truth that, with few exceptions, every
article of food we eat, every article of drink we imbibe.
Is more or less adulterated; aud in nothing has adultera
tion been practiced to such an extent as la spiritous, vi
nous and fermented liq :ors. So much so, in fact, that it 1
irapossil-le to procure pure liquors and wines unless obtain
ed dirrct from a hmi Jlde importer, of known reputation,
and well established foreign connections.
It is owing to tbe corrosive, inflammatory snd pofsonous
properties of the liquors sold generally in this country, that
disgraceful, beastlal Intoxication Is io fiequent, that the
Legislature of several of the States have taken the matter
in hand, and prohibited the sale of spirituous or fermented
liquors as rommoa bevemges.
Mere all liquors sold pura and unadulterated, we should
need no Maiue Law, and but few restiictions on thrir sale
Blotched fac.-s, pals'rd limbs, swollen fle-h, and that fearful
disease, delirium frememi.are produced, not by pure liquors,
but by the infatuated habit of indulging in the corrosive
poisous sold under that designation.
SI .M PSON'S
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JTJSIPEE SCH5APPS
Are manufactured exclusively at Schieilaui, In Holland, ae
Cording to the directions of ol I established distilling bues
n New York and New Orleans, expressly tor medicinal
purposes, and are entitled to high consideration No other
meitioir.al beverage, at present in use Iu the United State
or in Europe, poss sses such salutary and effn acious prop
erties. In cases of Gout, Gravel, Obstructions of the Kidneys
Bladder and I'r.nury Organs, as we l; as in the prculuir dis
ease incidental to femal s, their eflect is so prompt and de
cided that thev havo excited the asionl- hment of medical
men, and elicited expressions of the most unbounded grati
tude Irora the patients to th proprietor. 1 -
Agents and privat purchaser are cautioned to guard
against the compounds of unscruiiuli us imitators, himp
sou's Aromatic juiiuer Scbnapp will lave the title of
the Medicinal Cordial euihnssrd on tlie side of the bottle
that corn-ins it, and th signature of the proprietor on th
The lube' on each bottle, which hi been duly entered to
the I'nited States Distr cl Court, and con?, quentty protect
ed from Imitation by the penal ie of a law of Congress, I
in the thre principal livuiji languages English, French
and German, and pamphlets in thue languages, descriptive
of the rm-ri's of this heallh-invigointiug beverage, can al
ways be had at the Ageut.
J. W TIGHT A CO., Agents,
No. 151 I'hartres street. New Orleans,
x9"" As parties fanufecluring a ( article of Schnapps
may endeavor top-isuadir the public that BARNAKD L.
SIMPSON, the proprietur of the genuine Aromatic Schim'am
Juniper Schnapps, U not a litm ltd direct importer, he
wishes to be understood that the mot un.UHStionable proof
or uie rat on oe mrnisnea oy ute most cnuncat ik porting
merchants in Nw Oi lean.
O. W. HENDER3HOTT,
Corner of Cedar street and the Square,
; Jl d"tn Nashville, Tenn.
CAIITEIIVJ SPANISH yilXTI IIK.
Tha Great Purifler of th Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCUUY IN IT.
Let the Aj!u Ud Read and I'under.
An Inf illible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Evil, Rhenmat fm
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimple or Pontule on
th Fane, Blotches, Hoi's, Ague and Fever, Chrooie Sore
Eve, lling Worm or Tetter, !cald Head, Enlargement and
Pair of the Bones and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic
Disorders, Lurubano, Kj,lnal Cempla nv, and all Disease
arising from sn lnjudteioa L's of Mercury, Imprudence
In Life, or Impurity of the Blood.
fj'UIS great alterative modiclne and Pnrifier of the Blood
J. I now ued by thousands of grateful patient Irora all
part cf th United States, who testify da ly to the remark
able cures performed bv the greatest f all r.edicinr, CAR
Tt'R'S SPANISH MlXTrUE." Neuralgia, Rheumatism,
Serolula, Eruptions on tb S i. Liver Diseases, levers, Ul
cers, OU Sores, Affection ot the Kldners, Diseases of the
Throat, Female Complainu, Pains and Aching of the Bone
and Joints, are all speedily put to Sight by o&ing thus great
and Inestirsabl remedy.
For ail dueaae of the Blood, nothing ha yet been found
to compare with it. It ties use the system of all Imparities,
act gently and 3ciently oo the Liver and Kidneys,
atrenglhena the Digestion, give tone to tb Utowiaeh, make
th skm clear aud healthy, and restore the Constitution,
tofeeUed by disaos or broken down by tbe eseesse of
J with, to IU prison Vigor and strength.
For the Ladies, it is incomparably better thaa afl the eo
toetic ever used. A few doses of Csstib frisisn Mirrras
wilt retnov al. sallownes . ena.plexion, bring the rosea
mantllrg to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and im
prove tt.e general health in a rtuUMkabl degree, beyond all
the meJicioe ever beard of.
The large number of certificate which w have received
from person from all part of th United Slate. I th best
evidence that there la no Humbug abool It. Tb press, hotel
keepers, magistrate, phrsieians, and public snew, wU taawa
to th maimanitv, all a.11 their tetimory t the woawlcrftil
effect of this GREAT BLOOD Pl ttlrlUL
Call ea th Aaf and get a Circular and Almanac, and
ad the wonderful eyre Jus truly great of ail median
Nun genuine unlets signed BFN5ETT A BEERS, Propria
tors, No. I Pearl strret, Richmond, V ; to whoa aU rders
lor tu'iplir and agenries wtast be addremml.
Afwd for sal by W. F. UKAT and K. W. DANDRIDGK
Nashvill, and by Dealer la Medico generally,
jMArarACTTTEIKS ASP WTT.T.TK.V
V XT E tr general AgeoU tr the sale of all Cottoa and
I V Woolca fabrics aianufMturwi ia I'M StaM of Tvaneo
See, and has aj-propruttesi a larr ao4 eonnniiioo raw
ulaly fc r their sai and storao. W have also ppropn
ted aao'.her roots r th sale so I storage of rLOCA alas.
And w wooi-l resprctftil'y caJl the attention f both Maa
facusrer ao4 UiUcr u tLi arras groeai.
c W. II. U0SfX!f A CO.
PHJI'rllts 80 bagspriw stir Coffee-
3 bss-s-W Java tevffee;
) " Uguyra t;
la ttor and fvr aai kiw by
i'TVlOCR, IAXSISO A CO,
. ". . C I 1 Avla
-RAILROADS & STAGES
SASHTLLLS ft CHATTA2T0OGA SALLE 0 AD.
Q!v and after Sundsv next, the 22J lnst., two Daily Pa
Mow!!er iM IUn tand to CbattSSI
Leaves Nashville, day Train, at TJM a w i - - .
Chattanooga at 4.20 P. M. A" M
Leave Nashville, aiHht Express, at t80 P M srrl.in.
at Chattanooga at 3U A. M. r. arriving
&r The Accommodation Train to and from Wartraea
will be discontinued a'jer this dat as ahove.
ft-1 H. L ANDERSON, Snp
TENNESSEE ASD ALA3AOA EALLE0AD
coli' n hi a, wa i:s boh o, jr a ck sox,
L,AIiA.C;i: Al .viuhpihs.
SPLENDID Foot Hore Coaches from Franklin to la
grange, connertirig at those point with th Railroad to
Tncttnibla. I lorrnre and ?l nigouitrv,
Ala. and -Aberdeen, Columbus
and Canton, 7Iis.
The fine Four Horse Coach Lines to these points, are aU in
exe-llent order, making a close connection with the Railroad
a Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the repot at
I'ulncki and TlUlon,
W,w'lP,l"C'r,J,!;roa:h0Dt the Southern coontry.
ro.dta?tVr.nt,in"'d conacctln8 -ithTh. Rail-
Iiila.k nnd rikton,
Will leave Nashville on the 2 o'clock V T.t xr a
Wednesday and Friday. ' ' M" TraIn MDday,
leave Nashville daily at 2 oVWt r
Franklin with a Dmly Four Ih.rs. Coach Line rT1' rt
for ail information, thp.u, h Ticke t,"' toJ J
eral Railroad. Stage and Omnibus t.ffi T No '
opposite the Post Uffice. ' ' " Celar lre
thecUr0mml'US',WU'eaa furP'. ln.nyp,rtof
FE0M NASHVILLE TO K EWfjaLEANsT
Tlmoi ;u 1-m s,,. ......
TT1. - ! s.
From Montgomery to Mobile by a double daily linefrrmr-
SOTJTHEZIf IL0VTE. "
UA I I ItEDl CI'I.
pPOMthe l.Mh tnsUut, to th, 1st of June the rate, .f
r I KST CLASH.
,.dO. ":,ti0n,!,3r' "0 Hat,, Bottled LI.
Catr?i'nrnl8plritST,lrrenl,I'e ,n CMk snd barrels:
China, tiiass and Glass War- Cirs in .
Confectionery, cutlery in bVSZZTZ'". ,
boxes and bales. ", vry boeds In
Drmrs, Fruit Tree and Hbrubhery, Furs Garden a..
rigLook.ng G.a.ae. .aa Looking R?,
SPtituTrDj 8. Tin We, Tea, .
si:co n class. 91
dKT"' "ePt CalWr" C-ttog. and Ma-
e. Oil. in barrels' .Z . rl thTir '""a and boa-
crates snd ca. Rice.Zmc.Vt l.ii. ' '
VlOOlbs. '"eroi fans, Ae
M'll lU, HATES. ,U'
Boxes, Furniture. Piano Fnrt. ...
will be taken t actual weight buV Vht i Ac1d
rates li.O fcs. K ' ""Ted double, 1st clas
a. iarllir ' l b Ch'' .Van
JjSZjQ"i'' -in bachanged
1st Class as above, per loo lbs -
2d ,. f 1 S5
Special rates M lOO
Merchant shipptng from the EastVr "ei ties wi'iV n
tne cheapest, as well as the m, ...-i.- Bn 'his
from Nei York Mtofoll&J'""- S"
niJ; ranges from 8 to li ilw. V?" ?1"0 nd 8T'
elass and character of vessels CUb" 'oot '-d.ng u.
As the Railroad Companies at Charleston .n,l s
have discontinued the ficeeiviii. n"l Savannah
chandise.itwillbenece. , 3 o 1 !?1 orrdinff Mer
chants at those polnu. ' "n tu Con"ion Mer-
Shipper. may rel, upon a .trie .dh.re.ee to th, .hoT,
janll-tf ' TV.
No shipments entitled to the above rate. 1
every package ha, the name of t I Dem " o? IT Mh 'nl
th. initial. UC.U p.lmS'Ir'ir7-
H- I. A.
FKEIGHT 02. PK0LUCE TO CHAErisT05A2ra
()V,'.,l!,terthU the A nicies as enumerated below
Tobaceo, hhds., 19 ltK) w.
Pork in bbl... V iJ a...
Bglni aadRope, V m&""
7ef H. I. ANDERSONVgup't
N. A C. RailroaA
. DOCTOR HOOFLAND'S
S3. C. M. JACX30JT, Pbilnd'a., Pa,
will arrtcrnALtT rt-aa
LITER COIPliUT, DYSPEPSIA, UfXDICE.
CArow,. or rrow. Dehility,
JTtfiMy, ani o. dimw, arWai row dU.
roJer? Liver or iStomaeA.
Inward Piles, Full
ness of B ood to the
- Ilsad, Acslity of the Siom
ach. Nausea, li trtburn, lusgust
for FckmI, FuPnes or weight in the
Stomach, Soui KrucUtioiis, .iukmg, or
Flutte ing at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim
ming of the flrsd, II 111 1 r and d.fflcult breath-
Ing, fluttering at tbe II art, L'hoaking or Suffocating
Sensation when in a lying posture. Dimness of Viaion,
Dots of Web torture . eight, Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
( luwness of the Skin and kyr. Pain in the
Side, Hack, Chest, Limbs, Ac. Sud
den P'Ushes of Heat, Burning
in the HrslijCrtiiiiant 1m-aiiniiH.-t
of Lit, and
. Tr Proprietor, In calling the attention of the public to
thi preparation, doe to with a feeling of the utmost confi
dence in iu virtues and adaptation to Die disease fur which
It is no new and untried article, but one that has stood
the test of a ten years' trial before the American people,
and its repa'atem and sslc a: unrivalled by any similar
preparations exti.it. The tr-t.mooy in it faver given by
the tnest prominent and wefl known Physicians and Indi
viduals, iu all part of the country. Is Immense. The follow
ing from yrur own State, is rei-peetfully submitted, referring
any who may still dool.t, to my "Memorabilia," or Practical
Receipt Book, for Fainter and Families, to be asd gratia,
all th A cent, for the (lennan Bitter.
Principal Oihce and Manufactory, 130 Arch street, Phila
Testimony from Tennessee.
Dr. II. B Scarborough, Dover. Tenn., Aug. S3, 1553, say :
"I have sold ail th Gernan Sitters yoa have sent me, "ld
It th preparation continue to do a much good as it La
done. It will b tb beat medicine ever sold here."
U Suodgnus, Pparu, Tenn., August lSi, say. : l ant
pleased to stat that your German Hitter haa given satis
faction In every in-U Doe where 11 ha been led.'
B. T. Hoi tins, Hiilsboruuh, Tenn August HO, 158, says :
"I am pleased to state that th Uennan Bitter hare gives
general sati faction."
Dr. P. Falio A Br,, Knoxvilfle, Tenn tth April, 1S31,
aid: "Your Bitters a now selling vry fast, and every
parson that has used it, so far as we have been abl to kara,
ha I ren benrttted. (
J. W. Franklin A Co., Gallatin, Tenn., December 80,1!30,
saiJ: "The new Ami will want more of your Bitter soon,
as on of the partner tht-iks rt i a great medicine.'
R. 8. Hardy, Bolivar, Tenn September IS, lili, said:
"Thcr is grat acmaad for your Bitter here; pie as send
another lot soon."
Thrf in NvrmiLV vansraal SL m from sll Inlnrinis Is.
greelienta, alwayi streat then Uu systosa. and aevsr proa
ttdd in NashrHle by BTRRT A DFMOTILL1, H. O. BCO
TIX. F.WIN HKH.. .nd U. W. HENDSRSHOTT, aad by
Denier. In Medicirt and Atortkeeper everywbera.
nuur 1 0 itua U ia w 1 y
A si nr. cim: t on ca.iceks.
MT Wife, having labor) ander one so har breast for
sum Iiim, and having tried dilTerrnl treatment, I
eonctadrd to ondenak It myself, and ia less than thro
snoolha I effected a cow pie I core: aithoagh sh had beea
giveo ap by her frieni a being beyond tb reach of aay
euro, so Was lor th la-1 year rnj lyed better health thaa
an bad for saany years prvu, and ha star given birth
to a fiu child, whi- h she aur aaTMif. 1 aavw atoo
treated several othr can-, and aav saet with th saa
as treatment is aot th aing of th Kni'e. or Can. tie. or
Mercury, but it is pttre'y t tgrtable. I also peefea to oar
other diteai.t, M h as Femai Dueasc aad Ulcers, Scrwf
OJa, Piles, aad all disease erirtnasing in like manner. AU
I psi'.sas an.cted with anv of tb above nanxd
dkMsea, is to give sm a trial. Wher there la a ear
thr ahad bona a rye. Further informaunq eaa be ob
aiaeal oy eaiimg oa bm, or by letter, .1 No. lit North alar
Act street. JONATILAN TUOMA
H0ZIEET, GLOVES, fte. .
JCF reeelvej a large tu--k ot Wluu, Browa and Fancy
blorwd CoUon,u aud Ule THi ead. X How. aad bkiVe
curn'N a AKaorr,
Si'Si No. 13 Ciartft.
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