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FALL & CUNNINGHAM
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLE
SALE DEALERS IN
3ZE DLT. X -Xt 3H,
A RE now in receipt of Ihelr stock for the Fall Trade, and
XX. wool J invite the particular attention of Merchants
Tititing ashville to their assortment, believing that their
Mock embraces at great variety, and their good are offered
at price, as reasonable, ae can be found in any marxe in
the Union, when costs of purchasing and transportation art
taken into consideration.
The. nam I. tli.tr Knte .Mention to (he WTTOLAV
PALE busing od, in additien, being DIRECT IMPOR
TERS of all ENGLISH AND GEKMAN HARDWARE they
are enabled to offer facilities to the Ketaii ueaier rqu w
any house in any market. Thy will take p casure at ad
lime. In .l.no-lr,. I.rn..k their Mil nbitjlirent SU WHO Will
favor them lt.li a call. , . ,
W Feather received at the highest market price,
sepl rw tf
JAMES B, CRAIGHEAD,
i American, Englirt ft German
EASDWASZ AND CUTLERY,
WIST BIDS FtJBUO Kir t E,
-n5 ly NASHVILLE. TENN.
SR. C. SL JACKSON, Pbilad'a., P,
WTU. BFFBCTTTALrT CURB
HIES C01PLAKT, DTSPEPSIA, HCAUICB,
Chronic or .Vertwo Debility, Dittatt of tk
EJidnry; and all disease arising from a dis
ordered Lvccr or Stomaek.
Inward Pile, Full
tie of ll.ood to the
Head, Acidity of the Stom
ach, Nauoea, Harlburn, Disgust
for Food, Fullnea or weight iu the
8tomach, Bout Eructations, Making, or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swim
ming of the Hc-ad, Hurried and difficult brVath
Idc, fluttering at the Heart, Choakiue. or Suffocating
Sensations when tu a lying posture, Dimness or Vision,
Dots of Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain
la tie Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eye, Pain in the
Side, Back, Cheat, Limbs, Ac. Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Jlun.ing
in the Hosh, Constant Im
aginings of Evil, and '
great Depression .
The Proprietor, In calling tlie attention of the public to
IhU preparation, does to with a feeling of the utmost conn
dence in iti virtues aud adaptation to the diseases for which
t is recommended. . .
It ia no new and untried article, but one that baa itood
the test of a ten years trial belore the Amerun people,
and it reputation an I sale ate unrivalled by any similar
prepunaiu extant. The u-Mimouy ia iu favor given by
thriii st rmin. Dt nlwll knowu IM.ysicUiis and indi
viduals, in nil p.ru of the country, in iiuuirnee. The follow
ing, from j ur owu StHte, 11 respectfully aubmitied, referring
' . ' .. .....i.. ........ ..u...rw.....l.;il. nr Prar.tir.al
any wnj may Stan rninw,
heceipl B4x.k, Farmeii aud Families, to be had graUa, at
Principal Ollii-e and Manufactory, 121) Arch street, Taila
Testimony from Tennessee.
Ir II. D Hmrhorouph, Dover. Tenn., Aug 28,1858, says:
I have f M all tlie German Kiittrs you have aent me, and
tf the preparation continue ti do as murh j:oodas it lias
done, it will le the best m-dirine evt r soll here.
L. Bwdifi , S'rta, Tenn. Augu-t ., IS.V1, say. : -I am
Bleaed to ftate that your iern.an Hitters has given satis-
I . . ,i.H it I,... Vu.n ii -efl .
ruction in evciy id -wtuue - m v i.
R T Hollin.UilWiorouU. Teno-, August 8(",lo55, says :
... .-.i.... .w. i.nmi hitlers nava riven
"I in pietwi w v
general sati fattion " ...
Dr. P Fatlo Bro Knoxvillle, Tenn., 9th April. 1851,
aid: "Your Bitter, it now celling very fast, and every
iwreon that has ued it, so far a we have been able to learn.
Las . een benefited " .. icM
J W Krnklin A Co., Gallatin, Tenn., December 80, 1S50,
aid': "The new firm will want more of your Bitters soon,
as on of the partners thinks it is a great .
R i Hardy. Bolivar, Tenn., September 15, 1852, aaiu.
"Ihere is great demand for your Bitters here; please send
another kit soon." ,,.,.,
They are ktiblt tioictabi.i, free from all Injurious In-gre-lirnt.
always strengthen the system, and never pros-
Idln Nashville by BERRY DEM0V1LI.E H. O. SCO
VEL EW1N BROS., arid Q. W. 11 EN DE KB HOTT, and by
Pnalers in Medicine andtorekeepers everywhere,
iO&M DOTLS t. L. MARSHALL W.'. BOTLB.
J. DOTLE ft CO.,
Soap and Candle manufacturers, and
Packer I Pork mid Ueef,
No.SS South Front street, tJAS'.iVILLE, TENN.
Highest price paid In cash for lallowOrease, an
FOR RENT-1 have for rent a splendid stand for a
Blacksmith, on the Murfretsboro' Pike, 10 mile from
Nashville. Improvements, god shops, family residence,
and all nectssary out houi-es, 15 or o acres of cleared land,
plenty of fir, wood, WW.n.fH.
janj B.g No. II Deaderick street.
noil MALE Between eighteen and nlMtw'Q
r hundred acres of land lying in the county of Tra- JL.
Vis Texs Smiies west of Austin. The above tract of land,
or a portion of it will be exchanged f,.r Dry Goods or Oio
eeries. AIm, a lot in the county of Liberty, and
fmithfleld, o the same terms aa the sbove For further In
niFTT THOCSASD BUSHELS WHEAT WANTED, fer
f which the highest prioe in CASH will be paid.
ptYMOL'R, FANNINO A CO.,
wj Corner larketand Church streets.
HIOHFPT market vriet given frr WHFAT, CORN and
KVk kv rjvl O. HAMMOND CO.
200,025 UVSIIEIV? WHEAT
f TTANTED Immediately at the highest cash price. Bags
VV furuished if desired. D. D DICKET,
ang3 No- 6 College streat,
fi LOH A!ll.i:!'ereJ. DoyleACo'l
OsAnrRJ 90 bales JTrlon Fsetory, Oeorgls
".rVC. heavv article, u.t.ble for whea bag. .for
shipment Noith. for sale by W. H. 00 RDOJi LO.
gOfcAP-00 bose Xe. Br SS&SffiS?
AIL 1.000 keg Khoenbewrt Nails In store and
roranleby IJyM " "
TV If.4;S llXI bales 1 best runny Jwgs, Just
reoeivwd and ror salt "
BAETI1TIOHE tOITEE-W saeke prime to
choice, Jtut received and for le. g
st? Mim d:ffev.Ko'RDov; co-r4
LYONS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
an iktrotrraas o
rOREIGS WL&'ES, LIQT70RS, CIGARS ft TOBACCO
No. 19 Oedar street, near the Post Offioe, .
Wo. 6T Market ret, a few doors i below their o d .taad, and
- Mittl(t"in."u,'""v" ,t
MANVFACTCRER3 OF - ' -
Copprr, Tin andSlicrl Iron Wares
KEEP constantlv on hand all kinds of
Improved COOKING UTOVES; slso, JL&r
Stoves of various kinds, such as Partor, Hall, k -A ,
Fluted, Box, T and 10 plat Stoves. AHo,
t proved Coal Suvea,of all kinds; r nainet- ,
and Plain Mantle rate. Catiku or
'job' Work solicited, and eitd with aeatnew and deo
patch. Feathera, rtnrtig. Beeswax, Pewter and old Ooppst
Ukea In rxchamre for wares, At
p bop, our old customers wlH r-stswr as It
bur 14 if
Ill oonequence nt the great demand tor Ur. 8EMM0NS
I'UAZII.IAN PlhBLK SI'ECTACI.M, b has beea h
1iicd 10 prolong hi ly In hi city f.r a short lii longer,
to as to enable all persons I btain the uunvaled g'a;
tbtiefor luimidist appllcatioa is ncCrasa y to obU.n t&ctB.
Ft -a Hot. Judre Grrtn.
1.UIK4, Aaratt SO, ISM.
DA1 i : In repl- to yoi r not. 1 sute tLat having ur
a pair of giaosea iu ttx S,ctarie 1 bouhl o yoo, lor ta
week. I have found them greatly prrf rablt to any other
1 aavt over ro. My viaion is cleat er, and mj eye do out
becotaewearHd and pained by their tua.
From Blhp M'le.
Nassviixb, Aurort IS,
Ma J. H Saaaiows lr: Having ui your etraatiiaa Pew
ble Pi -la. i torn time, I am ooov laced of their tsoelltoo.
and Bnd them superior to any I hsv beretufor aswl, aa4
-'-I'Lr W Tuh!. MILE.
genwT-- i aaJij . fl
r"Mr. (tetnasona mr consulted at bU Offlo, over I
Mw r. Berry A Go's Bok Stora, wher Ui aeovo ecorw
td gjieclacid luaj b UiUiaed for a Lon Uib aMigsr.
CHANGE OF TIME !
, ARRAKGEXEHT. . .1855
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
rout Daily Eartcrn Train f, at 6 A- XL, 9 A. XL,
10:20 a. xl. ana or.a.
Tin Quickett, Shortest and Most Direct Route.
LAID WITH HEAVY T IRON.
Wheeling Passengers Dint at Zanesvfila.
PilUburgh Pansenger Dine tt Crestline. . .
' Dunkirk and Buffalo Passengers Dine ai Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MliMI, via Columbns, bring the Short
On and Direct Route from Cincinnati ta th East
1. .... (h.l 1 t niAf?e with ease. ftlDMi
tbe time is w nf" - .
tionn are certain. Pacngers are not u' jct to delay, and
. .i tf ..u Bkiitli la mtl Mimfnet fcA Istiea
H mil umv i"r Biw., "mi
in, children. The Little Kiaml via Oo) umbos, being a short
aua quicK rouie, h ' v W...KVH
dvtrto or false map to recommend it to the traveling public
Each and every train by the Little Miami route ran into
the depot ol the UUte enore coau at vieveiauu.
TIME via LITTLE MIAMI ROUTE.
From Cincinnati to
COT-TJWB03 In tii Honrs;
CLEVELAND In Honrs;
DUN KIRK In 14 W Hours;
BCfFALO In 16 Hours;
ALBANY In S Hour;
IEW YORK In 81)tf Hours;
BOSTON in 85 Hours;
CRMH LISE In 6 Honrs;
PITTHBURft in 1 Hour,
PHILADELPHIA in SI)" Hottrs,
W'HEFXINO in 10X Honrs.
BALTIMORE in 23 Hours,
WASHINGTON In 29 Honrs,
S i'EUB EN V ILLK in 13 Hour.
Baggage checked from Cincinnati to AVUeeling, Pittsburg,
Cleveland, DunkTd and Buffalo.
pansier by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Rail
road, breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day In
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore or Washington City.
The Little Miami is the Xastarn Depot at Cincinnati,
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Plttaburg, Steubenville and
Wheeling Lightning Express, leaves Cincinnati at A. H,
for Coiumbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, New
York and Boston; CresUine, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Philadel
phia and New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wah
Inrton City. Philadelphia end New York, Ac,; Steubenville,
Sandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Springs and Spring
field This Train slops between Cincinnati and Columbus
at Loveland, Morrow, XenW and London only.
Paaseugvs by this train for Lake steamers have Ove hoars
nd a ha fat Cleveland.
--C0ND TRAIN Cleveland and Pitt-borg Express, leaves
vWcinnaii at A. M., for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
stualo,New York and B-iton; Crestline andPitUburp Cir
Cleville and Lancaster; Blanchester, Chillicothe and Hills
borouRh. This Train stop, at Ml po.nU between Cincinnati
and Columbu-. except Linwood and Branch H1U. Alw,
connectiDg at Cleveland direct with Ik steamers QTJtEN
OF THE WEST and CRESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains for New York, Boston,
A TH7llTA?N-WheVring Express, leave. Cincinnati at
10-20 A M .for Columbus, ZanosvilH, Wheeling, Baltimore,
Wwhfn'rtoii City, PhiladaHhia and New York
ThisTrain stors at all pointt between CmnlnnaU and
W)CRTH TRAIN Accommodation, leaves Cincinnati at
a P M for Xenia, Tellow Springs and Ppringfleki; Circle
iule and Lancaster, Blanchester and Chil.cothe HiU.bor
Ths Train etops at ail poiuts between Cincinnati and
XF1FTH TRAIN-Cleveland, TitU' urg and WheelingNight
Expre-a, Waves Cincinnati at 6 P M.. for Columbu Clev..
inl Dunkirk, BuQalo, New York and Buaton; Oretae.
Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York; Zinesvile, W hteling,
Baltimore. Washington Ciiy. Philadelphia and New Y ork
Th Train i-f.ps at all joints between Cincinnati and
Columbus, except Liuwood ai d Brai;ch Uill. - .
One Trim on iuuday at Mi. o'clock P. M., for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time 7 MmuU faster than Cin-
inntL TUROCGH TICKETS,
And all Information can be obtained at the new office No.
hirnet U. use Budding. W L. 0'HRlfcN, Tick, t Agent;
No 171. front office, Gibson Uoue Building. ALEXAUfcK
HAMILTON Ticket Ag-nt: or at the old 01ce, Soutnea''t
corner ol 'Broadway and Front street, PPi'e
Htus. l at the Extern (Little Miami) Depot, East Front
,We'"'t' OHlc hourt from 4)4 A. Jf., ntU 9 P. M.
p. W. STKAUbK, U.n I Ag t,
THE OMNIBUS LINK
Calls for Pa-sengers at all the prii cipal Hotels for each and
.ver tr". Bv leaving direction, at ei her of the abv.
ct, will call for passengers in all parts of the
tut fail. 1
CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE!
NEW EST IMILnOADA R R AX i EWI EN T,
rROM LOUISVILLE, KT.,
BT TUB JEFFERSONVILLE R. Rt
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI B. R-5
Or. Via Indianapolis,
BT TBK BKLLEFOSTA.ISE CLEVELAND R. -8,
To Sandusky, Cleveland, Bultalo, Niagara, Pitta
burgr, Baltimore, Washington City, Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, Ac.
BOTH Routes are expeditious, and through fares tosnyof
the above poinU the fame. ,
First Class Paaoenger Trains leave the Jeffersonvtlle R. a.
Depot dally (Sundays excepted,) to make sure connection,
a-lth the roads beyond.
ELEUAXTLY FITTED VP O.MNIRl'SES
Ar carrying passenger from the Hotels, or any part of
Lonhvllle, to and from the Railroad Station.
Farther particulars can be obtained by Inquiring at the
offices of the Hotels or at the Jelfersonvlllt R. R. Office,
near the Oalt House, Louisville, where throo?h tickeU to all
the principal cities can be procured.
r JOHN ZULAUF, Pres't,
A. V. OSBORNE, Ptipt. 0
J. W. Hall, Ticket Agent in Louisville. JanXO U
Vlcksburg Whig, Natches Courier, New Orleans Picayune
and Delta, Eagit a Enquirer in Memphis, pleast copy tor
three mootha, and charge K- B- OfllJe.
IIY D. MIXER. MEETING ST.
aplf dly CHARLESTON, . C.
Broad Street. Augusta, a.
' I 'HIS new and commodious house, splendidly fur- MA
JL nished.ls now ready for the reception of visitor. jfj-'J
J M. 8t arson, Propnotor. Mr. Mcta9os,Sup'U
aplft tf .
: THAT APPEALS TO THE
SOUND SENSE OF THE I'OMJIl'S IT Y.
Th ftiHowing unequalled itrie of Family Medicine may
depended upon with the utmost conn lenoe. They bare
the approbation of Ui bctt physicians ia the ouou
try, and art recomniended by all who have
Vjted them as su)erior to any lamily med
iclnrs kaowa. THEY It AVE BEEN
BEFORE THE PUBLIC FOR TJE1C Y7?ARS,
During which time mors thai B,t00 eertlflcatet have bee a
received from eminent pukllt men nd titers, and art
aow on Die at the Company's Office. THEY ARK
COMPOUNDED with th utmost skill, sad lbs ,
IngredlenU art thoroughly tested by scien
tific chemi.ta, to that metlii inet of a
uuifurm and reliable quality art
guaranteed in all cases.
THE GRJEFOEERQ VEGETABLE PILLS,
Are particularly valuahlt for tl-e prevention and cart ol
Fevers in geueral, Bilious and Liver Complainu, Jaun
(Hee, trmerai Debility, Common and Mrk Haadacha,
Dpeiia, Heart Mura, CoetiveowMS Oriping,
Urinary Piseaseii, Ohstrttctions ff the Men
ses, Influensa, A'thtna. and for a vari
s'y of other Chrouic lds.-a.es; In
flue lor all ordinary taiiiiiy -
Fall directions tr th varioos li.eaes acoumpanying each
OX ITICO 9 twi' wm,
THE GRJEFEJTBERO DYSENTERY BYRTJP,
Aspatdyand lnallibl remedy in liiarrbeea, Dyatery.
bloody Flux, Cholera Morbus Cholera lulantUMt. and
U Aaiatto Cboira, if taken Ut th Arstsymp
- soma, viat woaiiting and lrrhoa. It ner
fails ta euro th worst posiile t rs ol btw
tt eomplamt generally In a few hours,
seldom beyond a day. It Is pur.
ty Vegetab e, aad t ikew in at
tsost any quantity Is ptrlertly hartnleta.
GRJEFEKRTJR 0REE2T KOTJSTAIS ODmiESIl
lovaluable for Burns, Woun is, Sp a OS f h lldain. Coro,
e..re,Seidiig f sli km.., HiioinsiJin, Kosleiaa,
lirotahiti , icvolu'a Ulcers, ptn ia th Bid and
Back, 'moie-lialt lv levrd, li fit'-ation of Ui
Bowels, and tor mil wber 'kr ia
MARSHALL'S 7JTE2LKE CATH0UC0,
A eortam cur for Prolan- Ulrri, and f- ami af to dis-
IreKlt g c nipl Int iitCMient o Frtnaio.
P1.red by ir THt. POMKK Y, l L'tica solrty (or
the tii as berg Company.
THE OTHER GRJEFEJTBERO iTXSICTjrES ARE,
EVE I OTI0N,
UKALTX H ITrRS.
CUlLl'KhNt PAN CEA,
" FlttEK ANI f . I k ritu.
LlBbVS PILE OINTMENT.
S KSAPA RILLA CVMl'OCND.
THE ORFESBVRO MAXCAL OF HEALTH,
A coanpieM kan4ek or taiieiit for SatiiliM. PrtettSe
AUK), Uiefamoa BED HUG BANK, a certain tort kw
Bug. Prtoe tSa. Forsakby
AIJ:X. MacKENZIK, Ifsatvin,
rpll and by att aruggist us Uwa aad swan try.
JOHNSON ft WEAVER,
Ma. tt and tl tWata Market trees AIH Till, TENS
CE2CXRAL COMMISSI 05, EXCHYIX0
JKD IORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Aad Eeeeivert and Dealers ia CoUoa,
rr rrr on hand a MI supply of O0CEiIEa,A0GrS0
IV ROPE, A and will pay the Mbl price kr CsHtta
r I ut libera i 1 ad, auoce oa U saaa fjf aLipasat,
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS,
Prom tbe Newspaper Advertising Aeency of W.8. SWYM
ilER, : o. 14 Second Street, ST. LoUiS, Mo.
WELCH ft GRIFFITH'S
' PATENT GROUND.
HAVING porchased from Mr. Wm. BcnthweD. his Patent
Bight tor grinding CIRCULAR and other Saws, for
which we have paid hira a large sum, A0 wt akb TB sols
ranrairroii or Tars fatxst. W will reaard any peron
giving intormation of infrtngemenuon the same.
ThU is the only Machine, ever invented, that will grind a
a.w naHectlv even in thlekneta.
They will require less s. tt will not heat while running
win saw smooth sive lumber and keep an edge longer
than any other saws made and are not liable to Become
All our Saws are made from aa extra quality of Cast Steel,
Imported expressly for our own Use, at much higher cost
than U generally used for Saws.
wa rotneetfallv Inform all manufacturers of Lumber, that
no Saw will be sent from this establishment but what is of
superior steel and workmaufhip, the temper Wul oe louno
su.m even and uniform than anv Saw in use
MF" Orders received at our Warehouse, 62 Congress sL,
Boston. WELCH A taRlf HTHS.
And by our Agent,
ang20-8m K18 Main Btreet, St. EonLt.
Field, Bcardslcc & Co.,
IMPORTERS ANP DEALERS IN
PIECE GOODS FOE '
No. 158 Main St., St. Louis, Mo.
HAVS NOW IN STORE A HEAVY AND COMPLETE
stock f Go jdt suitable tor tbt
AITUMN AND WINTER SALES,
and are prepared to compete with any jobbing house in.the
The stock consists In part of the following goods, vix :
C Ij O TIMS.
Every description of
SATIN DE CHINI3,
TAIL0RS AND CLOTHIERS' TRIKSHNGS.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF '
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
An Invitation la hereby respectfully extended to
MERCHANTS. CLOTHIERS AND TAILORS,
visiting the city for the purpose of buying goods in this One,
to examine our stock oeiore mailing uieir purtuaoc
All orders will receive prompt attention.
auglO dw8m FIELD, BEARDSLEE A CO.
ST. LOTJIS STEAM PLANING MILL,
Lumber Vard, and Sash, Door, Itlind.
Moulding aud Rox Factory,
Corner of 01 Fallon and ISth Streets,
Office North Side of Olive, No. 117, Between 4thand5tt
Streets, Saint Louis, Mo.
Ur E have always on hand the following articles, wsr
ranted of the best material and workmanship,
thoroughly seasoned by steam, and as low as similar work
can be furnished in the Weet :
Panel Dwrs, Pine and Pop ar Weather-
Window Sash, Boarding,
Rolling Blinds, v White and Yellow Plnr
Stationary Blinds, Mooring,
Door and Window Frame, Shingles and Laths,
Bones of every description made to order. '
mai2T-6ra WILLIAM WA1 E k CO.
WHOLESALE CANDY MANUFACTORY.
FR. WALTER Q- BOHN
WALTER t5t BOHM,
Noa. 51 ft 33 Market Street, between Main ft 2d,
. ST. LOUIS, MO.
C0N8TANTLY n hand a h ne and fresh assortment of
all kind, of FANCY CANDIES, which, for Cheapness,
Uualtlv ana vanetv, cului ub,ii.tom
.... IT . MUvUI . l . t l V
taMishment in the West.
UI.IVI " " .J
J. E. HUNT.
Late of Hubbell A Hunt.
F. A. HUNT. V CO.,
Commission and Forwarding
a 19 Levee Street, St Louis, Mo.
E adhere strictly to a Commission Business, and w
solicit consignments of PRODUCE, MERCHANDISE.
u.u.. .mni. fneilltlo. tiT dninr hnsiness. which are un
surpassed by any house In th Western country, particular
attention will be paid to filling orders f r any description of
merchandise; also, to RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
GOODS. Liberal advances aill be mail when requ.r.d.
F A. ITcrr refers to the numerous Iriends and patrons of
the late firm of Hubbell k Hunt,ol which he was a member.
TBI MRU aisrSRS TO,
Lucas k 8imonds, EL Louis, Doan, King k Co., SU Louis,
Page k Bacon, " Hon. A . A . Lawrence, Boston
W oods Christy k Co. 41 Claflin, Mellen A Co., N. York.
mar81-miw t. A. HUNT A CO.
ESTABLISHED IN 1835.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
(8accetor to Ira Todd A Son,) '
No. 212 MAIN STREET, cor. of Morgan,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.,
Importers and Manufacturers of
FEENCH BURR MILL STOBES,
Dutch. Anchor Rotting- Clotl
PORTABLE GRAIN HILLS,
PL AFTER OF PARIS,
MILL f l'INI'I.E3,
IRON PROOF STAFES, ETC., ETC,
Oar amsortment of Mill Material Is the largest In th
VniUd Afie. At present w l ave on band 850 pairs o
MILL STONES. Orders promptly Oiled and all articles war
aJnted. mariU lyl G. A C. TODD A CO.
EMPIRE SAW WORKS.
W. L. F. GAGE ft CO.
Warcroom No. 3T Main Street,
ST. LOFIS, MO.
ANCTACTUREaS of every description of antra CiiM
tV(ld Saws repaired and made as good aa new, at smaO
The undersigned hare mad such Improvements and ar
rived at such perfection in the tempering and grinding de
partment of then- Works tatesurh pslns to procure tbe
beat quality of etett, that they can assert, without fear of
contradiction, that their ytock of Saws on hand an I now
being manufactured, ar and aiHb. not onlyrqoal
hnl aupsrlor to any wad in or Wrought
to flat market.
Every Saw kuld under their guarantee will bt made good
to the pai-rhavr, if not fouad to be o oo trial.
aarl-USiawiy . W. U F. GAGE A CO.
100 REWARD. L
R AS t WAT on Monday night, the list InsU, while In th
employant of Mr. Chart s H. MarUn, of this eily,
TWO.NKUbU) MEN. nantee JIM aad ALbLKi'. They are
aeont tweoty flv years of age; of dark oocnnlexien: bad
with them a nw suit of ekitbea, nado of green caaioett,
and new silk hat, JIM is alwat flv fret eight Inch
high; weirhs about Is lb; well formed, high Sorehead and
piraalRg countenance; speaks olek when spoken tf, wa
raised In WiiHamM county by Tnoma Perwsy. ALBERT
I about 5 ret T mchee htsh: weiah about 17ft ; reeind
ntce, good eowuteaan, with small roand rye; peaas
rat- or iw when r ke to; rather aa bamhi iontlag e
gro; was rals-d by Col. Thomas Williams of Montgomery,
Ala I wilt give the K-v rsward it thtj art takca aad
aecat.1 to u at I get ttca. .
mys4-tf C L. NELSON.
Let them ravt and txrlaia they will pass It,
- And declare ww at drink sfcall get aftor, -We
give them, by way el reply,
A slwol of oVrlAion aad laughter;
- Fora-lwhotastt iojUifi,
ro deiieioaa aad xqu(ait flad it,
. , That never ootid tyranny gain
Th right to rasirsct or not trll IL
rMHE waallty ef Ihes AROMATIC I0BIID1V
JL flCUNAPPdisM well known that they do not seed
ta poSng that N appear other do. On trial as ail that Is
required to ni&e a perao of taetr ) tioewr qaaiilj
gold whole) and retail by th tost proprietors,
Jylt 19 Cellar .treet.
fPl',IHI.EII!e-a he-xet aad3' pint rttuhnrrh
A Tnaaeiart, a good artkte, for sale by
J3 W. E. GORDON A CO.
FASHIONS FOR FALL, 1855.
CLOAKS, TALMAS AND MANTILLAS.
WILL Introduce for the inspection of Southern and Wes
tern Merchants on the 1st of August, bis usual large
variety of goods in his line,
EMBROIDERED VELVET MANTLES,
RICH MOIRE ANTIQUE MANTLES.-
PLAIN YfrtVET MANTLES, Richly Trimmed,
COMBINATION OF VELViT AND MOIRi ANTI QE,
Ac. Ac. ' , . .
The buyer of the undersigned having just returned from
France he b enabled to oiler the roost extensive assortment
of styles of any oiher establishment in the country, all of
which, by special contract with the rans sianuiaciures are
exclusively confined to himself. His well known reputa
tion as the only publisher of regular monthly Fadiion Plates
in Harper's and Motley's Maeaxines should be sufficient in
ducement to purchaser to select From bis stock.
61 Canal Street, ft 63 Lispenard Street, N. York.
Principal entrance 51 Canal street, Second Manti.la Sure
West of Broadway, routh side. augi bm
W. JACKSON & SON,
GRATE AND FENDER MAXERS,
S4 Front Btreet and 930 Broadway, NEW 10RH.
ISAAC L. PL ATT,
IMPORTER of Polished Plate Glass, from the old cHab
Ushed manufactory of the
BRITISH PLATE GLAS3 COMPANY,
Ravenhead, Lancashire, England.
Polished Plate of all sixes suitable for windows of etnres
and dwellings, Show Cases Coach Lamps, Rail Cars, Ac,
constantly on hand at the Warehouse,
79 Murray Street, New York.
AMERICAN PLATE GLASS COMPANY,
-Factory, Williamsburg, L. I.
THE Subscriber having taken the agency of the above
Company, is now enabled to furnuh their Rough Plate
Glass, for rky'ights, Floor-tiies and Pavements, of a quality
superior to the imparte J article, and at much lower rates.
JOHN B. PLATT,
JytT-a 7 Mnrry street. New Ycrk.
picot & shotwell"
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF ENGLISH, FRENCH
MOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
No. 63 Maiden Lane, New York.
XNY1TE 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 are; Japaunery;
German Silver and Britannia Ware
'.ioned and Enamelled Cooking Utensils;
Bronred, Copper and Brass Goods;
Tea Trays, lire Irons, Fenders Wire Covers;
Bronsed Candlesticks, Block Tin Ware, Ac, Ac
Our htock comprises every article in our line of business.
It of which we will sell to dealers at the VERY LOWEST
PRICE FOR CASH 'OR APPROVED PAPER. Roods or
dered by letter will be selected with great care and despatch,
and put np in the beat manner
r HCOT A SHOTWELL,
No. 83 Maiden Lane, New York.
PIP 8. Atao, manufacturers of a very superior article of
ated Spoons and Forks. Jet m
COM IIS, FANS AND FANCY GOODS.
lO ParU Place, Ns-w York,
INVITES tie attention of Southern and Western Mer
chunts to his new slock of Fans, Combs, Hair, Tooth and
Nail Brushes, Ladies' Reticules, Perfumery, Soaps, Horte
Monnaies, Jet and Bead Bracelets, Pocket Book-, Dress
Buttons, Pins and Needles, Hooks and Eyes, Watch Guard?,
Wax, Coral and Glass Beads Necklaces, Ac. ln ila Rubber
Combs, Canes, Balls and Toys of every iescrit.t on. Scis
sors Raxors and Cutlery. Gold and C.ilt Jewelry. Accor
deons and Violins, Including a general and very large stock
f Englih, French and German Fancy Goods whi h will be
sold at the very lowest prices for Casb or Arraoviti) Papkb.
Orders by letter selected and put up in the best manner.
WILLIAM TASKER, 10 Park Place, New York,
p. S. Please cut this out. my5 dly
THE REST HAIR WYE.
DR. 0. M BALLARD'S (new article,) received the high
est premium at the World's Fair and Amkkicas Ihsti
tittx, where it was examined by the Distinouishso Cbkmists
Dr.CBiLTox and Prof. John Torbt, and pronounced the
BEST. For sale bv the principal Druggists in this city
Price tl. Piincipal Otlice and Store, Nos. 45)8 and 500
BROADWAY. New York. marzl-ly
JO. G. BROWN,
v DIALKB IS
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac,
43 College Street, Nashville, tens.,
MY stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, is now very
complete, having received lre?h supplies, selected by
one of the firm in person, vix: Lubin's, Batin'sand Mitchel s
Extracts; American Tlnct. and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Snaps; Hair and Tooth Brushes, in every style; Dil
tnc'sand Lubin's Sachets; Aromatic Chrystals; China, Metal
and Glass PufT Boxes, several new styles; Shell Combs, large
stock. Also have on hand Indigo, Madder, White Iad,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac, Ao Je9
rpHE Copartnership heretofore exiting under the firm
X style of BROWN A GRUBBS, is this day dissolved by
mutu.il consent. Jo. G. Brows is alone authorised to use
the name of the firm in liquidation. Ac.
JfiflAH O. BROWN,
Nashville, June 6, 1S55. W. B. GRUBB3.
JO. G, DROWN,
HAVING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
Grcbrs, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
merly, at the old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends Ac, Ac No 43 College street. JeS
FISHING TACKLE- large stock, selected by
one of the firm, consisting of t.eiiui lie I. liner
Irk Hooka, plain and on Snoo'ls; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Lines cable laid Silk and 8-a Grass spun and
plaited Silk; Minnow Seines, 13 by 4: Float of every va
riety; Reels, Jointed Rods Clearing Rings P'J Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac. In short, can supply those who can appreciate
flue Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successful prosecution of this useful calling.
JO. O. BKtlWN,
,9 1 t College t.
PURE M ON ON t. A HE LA II IKK Y 5 bbls
of the above, lust received, of prime qiiali'v. Sold to
us for six yeais old. JO. G. BROWN,
jcQ 4.1 ColleW St.
STONE WARE S,8W pieces Stone Ware, consisting
el Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Butter Crocks, Ac, ol
every site, jast received. JO. O. BROWN,
je - 43 College st.
PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE Constantly
en hand, Barclay, Perkins A Co's celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. O. BROWN,
je9 43 College street.
PEA R LSTA RCH S boxes of a very superior
article of Starch, just received by
. JO. G. BROWN,
. et 4i College St.
F OR JELLIES lOOlhs Isinglass, Sheet and Fhred.
Also, lgroc Sparkling Gelatine; nupny-s Extractor
VanniaVAc J- ,
Jet 43 Col'rre st.
GOLD FOIL Abbey A Son's Gold Foil constantly on
h.nd. JO. G. BROWN,
jeg . 4-1 College street.
CONCRF.SS WATER Constantly receiving, dl
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
" f9 4a College st.
PERM AND WAX CANDLES 10 boxes
Sperm and Wax Candles, this dav received bv
JO. O. BROWN.
let 43 College street.
JEECIIES 1.000 Sweediah Leech oo hand and for
salt b7 JO G. BUOWN,
jet , 4.1 College sL
LARD OIL 10 bbls. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
J". O. BnOWN,
4H Colleire st.
J NO. S. ft W. 0. BR IE N ,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE No. S3 Cherry Street. apt
CAT LIN'S HISTORY
OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA.
WITH Biographical Sketches and anecdotes of the Prin
cipal Chiefs. Embellished with ISO Porraims. from
th Indian Gallery at Washington, in S volume complete.
Recently received and for aal low by JNO. B. Vt fc&T.
ALSO Just to hsnd, S4 Msrrot't CaUBaiTis Gcttam
ast'd ol Koaew wd. Ivory and Pearl ornamented.
Jell J.n. W.
FOR SALE OR RENT-Ihavea desira-
rent, th ho containing four rooms In th main Yi X.
boildlcf, with cellar, dining-room, kitchen, and all neeema
ry oat belldings. Any on wishing a comfortable residence
aad on convenient to the business part of tat city, thoaid
taakt iaamcdiata application ta
K. A. BALL0WR, Gent Agt.,
In -tf , N. II Deaderk-k street
CIDER MILLS. .
TEN ef Culp't Pertablt Oder M.ll. for al bv
D. D. DIC K ET.
one 8 No. S Coll- street.
SEAGO & LAWRENCE,
Grocers, Commission 3Icrtban(s,
aib aaaijrat is
GIAIN, BAC0V. LARD, HAT, IRCTT. FL0C5, Ae. As
N. Tl aad Tl Whltk3 street, Allaala, La.
CONSIGNMENTS reepeetfuliy solicited aad pranpt retarss
j iiesiaed. Caah advance) given ma Predao ia tor,
tad eaaa orders tiled with pre lat tad ear. . ,
CARTER'S SPANISH MIXTURE.
Tlta Great Purifier of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IN IT.
Let th AJlteltd Bead and Imdtr.
An Infallible Remedy lor Fcrofula, King's Evil, Rhenmat sra
Obstiuat- Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimples or Postules oo
the Face, Blotches, Boils Ague and Fever, Chronic Sore
Eyes Ring Worm or Tetter, eeahl Head, Enlargement and
Pair of the Bone and Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic
Disorders, Lunibauo, fpinal Cemptaints, and all Pi.-eases
arising from an Injudicious Use of Mercury, Imprudence
In Life, or Impurity of the Blood. .',., .
""PHIS great alterative medicine and Purifier of the Blood
JL ia now used by thousands of grateful patients from all
parts of the United State-, who testify daily to the remark
able cures performed bv the greatest i f all medicines "CAR
TfcB'S SPANISH M1XTCRE." Neuralgia, P.heumausm,
Scrofula, Eruptions on the Skin, Liver Diseases, Fevers, UI
eers Old Sores Affections of the Kidneys Diseases of the
Throat, Female Complaints Pains and Aching of the Bones
and Joints r " speedily put to flight by u.ing this great
and inestimable remedy.
Fur all diseases of the Blood, nothing has yet been found
to compare with it. It cleanses the system of all impurities
acta gently nd efficiently on the Uver and Kidneys
strengthens the Digestion, gives tone to the Stomach, trmkej
the skin clear and healthy, and restores the Constitution,
enfeebled by disease or broken down by the excesses of
yauth, to its pristine vigor and strength.
For the Ladies il is incomparably better than all the cos
meticsever used. A few doses of Cartir's ShAN!-n Mistvrs
will remove al. sallewness ol complexion, bring the roses
mantling to the cheek, give elasticity to the step, and im
prove the general health in a remai kable degree, beyond ail
the meJicines ever heard of.
The large number of certificates which we have received
Irom peionsfrom all parts of the United States is the best
evidence that there U no Humbug ahout it. The presa, hotel
keepers magistrates, physicians, and public men, well known
to the rommonitv, all add their testimony to the wonderful
effects of this GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Ca l on the Ackot and get a Circular and A'.roanse, and
ead the wonderful cures this truly greatest ol all medicines
None genuine unless signed BENNETT A BEERS, Propria
tors, No. 8 Pearl street, Richmond, Va ; to whom all order,
lor supplies and agencies must he atklrts-ied.
And for sale by W. F. GRAY and E. W. DANDRIDGE
Nashville, and by Dealers in Medic:ne generally.
" Tl A G S!
$5 50 IN PREMIUMS!
HAVING largely Increased ray supp'y of Rags by th
Premiums dieted the past year, ending June 30th, I
am induced to ofler a larger amount of Pre Inmsfor the
present year; and wi'l pav the above premium in sums of
tlUO, t!H), $50, gn, 60, $5), $40, $30, ) and f 10, to any
ten Merchants or Pedlars who will deliver me from thin date
to the 1st of July, 13)6, the largest amount of RAGS; the
same to be bought outside o' and by men doing business
outside of Nahville or vicinity.
I WILL AT ALL TIMEo PAY THE HIGHEST MARKET
PRICE IN CASH FOR RAGS' ON DELIVERY, snd i sue a
certificate to the owner of the amount received and p:iid for.
These certi.icates must be kept and sent in on or before next
July, so tl at three disinterested merchants of Kashv;lle can
make the awards. The Isrjrest amount being entitled to
$100, the next largest to i30, and so on down.
Merchants sending me Kapa will p.se write that I may
know in wl.cse name to Usue the certificate. Combinations
will not be allowed.
Woolen, Linsev, Silk and Worsted Rags ar not wanted,
and will not he included in the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
raea throughout Middle Tennessee.
jT4dtrwwtf W. . WHITEMAN.
FOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
There haa lonjr existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill which could lie relied on as
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtue has concluively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose desired.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but riot easy to
make the best of all pill one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what succeHg 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
grijiing pain and revulsion in the system as to more
than counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pill 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
mav 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, I'ain in tbe 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
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 nave nlso produced witns singularly suc
cessful ciL-esm Khvumatisrr., Gout, Dropsy, Grnel,
Frvsipelas, Palpitation of tbe Heart, Tains in t'tio
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should lie freely
taken in the spring of the year, to ptrrity 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 theil
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate 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 to fur,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand eases in w hich
a physic is required cannot be enumerated here, but
tbey 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 axe
pleasant to Uke, and being purely vegetable, nt
harm ran arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the Boa.
JAMES C. AYE It,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Price 25 Cents per Sox. Five Boxes for SL .
For tat rapid Car ef
COUGHS, COLDS, IIOAKSEXESS,
BUOM I.ITIS, W!I00P1.C-C0CCU,
(KOIT. ASTHMA, A.D
Thi remedy hat woa for Itself rich notoriety
from its cure of every variety of pulmonary disease,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of iu virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide ia the field of its nse
fulnnM, and so numerous the eases of its cure,
that almost every section of the country abounds
in persons publicly known, who havo been restored
from alarming aud even desperate diseases of the
lungs by iu uae. Whea once tried it superiority
over every other medicine of iu kind ia too appa
rent to escape observation, and where its virtues are
known, the public no longer hesitate what antidoU
to employ fox the distressing and dangerona affec
tions of the pulmonary organs which are incident
to our climate. And not only in f irmidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varieties
of Coliis, CoroHs, HoAK-sasEs. Ac.; and for
CaULnaKM it ia the pleasanicsi ana saiesi mruicm
that can be obuined.
As it has long been in eoBsUnt use throughout
this section, we need not do more than assure the
people its quality is kept op to the best that it ever
ta been, and that the genuine article is hold hy
BRKY A DEMOVILMC, Wholesale, Nashville, and X
UUby BUOWN A OKUBBS, Nashville; and SulU by all
dealers in me-licioe in erery town in Teuneatte.
MAKHEEIZED IRON MANTEL.
THIS marnlflcent style of Mantel Is fast taking the p'ao
of all other dese-iptlons, both on account ot rts npe
or beauty, richness durability, and particularly It cheap
en. While their cost Is only about half that of the real
marble, they indeed exeeed the former In Urauty, have a
superior lustre, a' Ies liahle to soil, are aiuch easier
tpt clean, and far rxceed msrile ia durability, and are, at
be same time, less liable to break.
The undersigned are ejent for the manufacturer, Wal
.ace, Lithcow Co , Lnisvi:ie, Ky., and will furni.h them
to Iheif patrons nd the public generally, with rratea, mns-
er pieors, and every thing oir4ete; an I will aUo teper
Btend thur putting op. KTEWAUT A O AN".
Stov 1 tiers sad Tiaware MaoufMUirers,
tnr0 dselt Ne. ST Market strrvt.
SOAP, Ac-f-0 box Far Soap; '
do Star Candles;
i0 de rammer do;
JJ do YlrinlTobce),tbrB.U,
Is .tore md iar sals. W. IL CORDON A CO.
JEANS AND I.INSEs'
tl bsles fLcl.laad Maoubctitrtoc Compaaj s Jean;
M de do do d Unset, for
BMMv 1b stur aad Ax aai by ' -
,M W. H 4VORDOS A CO.
wauLkSAia naiuta is
SEWIXG, f ASHLER'S, EMBROIDERY ft FELTTGE
BLACK AND ASSORTED' COLORS,
In 23, 50 and 100 Skein Buoches. X and S Packages, and
SILK FOR S'WINO MACHINE?, equal to the best.
31 South Fourth Street, (21 floor) Philadelphia.
' Orders promptly attended to. aorft lm
S A E A M A N U E R SAP E S .
"IXARRANTED to stand 10 per cent more nrFST?
f V than any Herring's fates in use, and sold at Su ,p
the same prices. Also, I roil Mmtlrr, akslt t SfB
ii nil Doors for ICank Vuulls nui"kxvs'
StortK. AU, Patcttt Male Lined Keiri2
erjitor?., all warranteil as rnood nnd cheap as any in the
com.try, by EVANS A WATSON, No. S6 South 4th street,
Philade'phia, Pa. Hal:'s Patent Powder Proof Locks, and
all the celebrated Locks furnished when required. W. C.
L1LLARD is authorised to recieve orders, and make sales ol
t.'.e alsive. my5 ly
DOCTOR voi iisi;lf.
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OR EVERY ON E HIS OWN PHYSICIAN.
THE FIFTIETH Edition, vrith
One Hundred Engravings, showing
Diseases and Malformations of the
Human System in every shape ami
form. To which is added a Treat
ise on the Diseases of Females be
tas: of the big-hest importance to
y S marrie i people, or those contem-
F ,' fcXA., f 3? ntnllr.', fn.rri.ee. Be
iffe-s1CT ILLIAM YOUNG, M.D-
Vjt 4 '.Xi' ,1 V T .1 HA .,... k. kk.a.l nswL
via '!?.. rh
MJZ UJ I eau i ifr i wt; viiiiirs ,' '
tent a copy of tbe J5.-CULAPIUS
to his child. It may save hira from
an early grave. Let no young
man or woman enter Into the se
cret oMiirxtions of married life
without reading the POCKET JESCULAPIC8. Let no one
Buffering a hacknied Cough, Pain in the Side, restless nights,
nervous feelings, and the whole train of Dyspeptic sensa
tions and given up by their phjsician, be another moment
without consulting the 0MCUL A PIUS. 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 tb.0u3-.nd
01 nnroitunnte creatures from tnejawsoi neaui.
V&- Any person sending TWENTY-FIVE CENTS enclos
ed In a letter, will receive one copy of this work by mail, or
Ave copies will be sent tor t-ne Dollar. Address, poet-paid,
DR. WM. YOUNG,
oct3-ly No. 152 Sprue street. Plii lad a.
rtllMM f I liiMCMfaBSBBBBBSMSaSSBSBBawSeBSaaBwaBWeBWl
TO THE PEBLIC
Of the United States.
N dvertisement of Mr.UDOLPHO WOLFE, lately pub
lished, as I suppose, intended for the protection of hi
Schiedam Schnapps agninst counterfeiters, has cme under
my observation, and being engaged in the manufacture of
Schiedam Schnapps were I to let it puss without notice
through this medium, I mlgt.t be considered among those
he ien' inmates "iwfe Ventltr of Viwt,-" but
the immense patronage and success that hss atte 61 the
sale of the article manufactured hy me, and the opinion of
competent J'idtes as to its qualities asabeversge and Its
medicinal virtues, precludes the possibility of the idea that
I am included auvjDK thoe he designs to impugn. No
ilouht lie feels aggrieved at the deprecation of the sa'e ol
hisbchuapps winch hi mamfrst to all, since mine has been
broi glit into competition with his. Not only have I succeed
ed in competing w::h h.ra in qualfiy, but the constant and
increasing demand lor my article, h.ts enabled me to furnish
it at a les price than he ean, or doe say in the oten.
And, furthermore, be will soon become atu-fl -'l that his cau
tion to the cittens ot the; "S-iuthern and Western States"
will avail him nothing as 'ar as I am concerned, fur the
character of my Schiedam Schnapps is too well established
in thoee S ates, to be injured hy any such Invidious pubii
cation. The motive of his advertisement is obvious to every
one, and feelinu we l sntisfled that all uch missiles thrown
at me hy lum will full harmless at my feet, 1 will here, lor
fie satisfaction of the puhlic, puhli-h ac-py of my Patent
Kight, en'. red in the outheru District of New York, on
the 2sth ol Deccinber, lvM:
(Copy of Patent Right.)
MUTmiR.V DISTRICT Of SEW YORK,
Be it remi-mbered, That on the twenty-eishth day of De
cemiier, Anno Domini, ISSt, Hariiard L. Simpson, of the
si 1 Ijistr rt, hath deposited in this oftiiie the title of a print
or label, the lit e of a hich is in the worjs follow, rg, to
wit: " Bernard L. Simpson's Aromatic fcliirdarn Jutilr
frVhnipps a sup- rtor Tonic, Ami Diepeptie Invigorating
Cordial," the right whereof he claims as author and pro
prietor, in eotifurmity with an act of Corgres, .ntitlrd
"An Act to amend the several Acts repeetiti rouv riirhls."
(iKO. W. ili'KTON,
Clerk of the Southern UUt.icl of New York.
And I tnke pleasure n this o-c .-ion to tender my sincere
thanks to the puhlic in general, and to my friends in pai titu
lar, fur the kind liberality wub which they have patron sed
me from mv commencement ot this enterprise; and I aa-uie
them ttint I shall cuntinue to provide them alw tys With a
genuine :ind supei iv.r article of Schle lm Schnapps.
i-6-d3ra BARNAliD L. SIMPSON
RARNARU E. SIMI'SON'S
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUXIPER SCHNAPPS.
A Superior Tonic, anti-TI j-speptic Inr i
IT is a lamentable truth that, with few exceptions, every
article nf Inod we eat, every article ft drink we Imbibe,
Is more or less adulterated; and in nothing has adultera
tion been practiced to such tn extent as in spirituus, vi
nous and fermented l.q ors. So much so, in fact, that it is
impossible to procure pure liquor and wines unless obtaiu
ed ilirtct from a Ji'l importer, of known rtputation,
and well established firrign cinnectiiii.
It is owin to the corrosive, inflammatory and poisonous
properties of the liquors sold generally in this country, that
digracelul, beasUal intoxication ia o frequent, that the
legislatures of several of the States have taken the matter
in hand, and prohibited the sale of spirituous or fermented
liq.iois as cotnmoa heversges.
Were all liquors sold pure and unadulterated, we should
need no M .itie Law, anc' bnt few restrictions on th ir sale
ltlotrhed far s, palsied limts, swolp u flesh, and that fearful
disease, dirium trfmniit, are produced, not by pure liquors,
tut by the infatuated huhit of induigiug in the corrosive
poison sold under that des gnalion.
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS
Are manufactured exclusively at Schiedam, In Holland, ae
cording ti ihe directions of old rsiahli-hd distillmg houses
n New York and New Orleans, eipressly for meda-inai
purp-ss, and are entitled to high consideration No other
medicinal beverage, at present iu use in the United States
or ia Europt , poas sees such salutary and efficacious prop
erLas. In eases of Gout, Gravel, Obstruetinns of the Kldoeys
Bladder and Ur u.ry Organs, aa wet a in Ihe peculiar dis
eases incidental to females, their eflrt't is so prompt andde
ciiled that thev hur excites! the an'oni hm.ul of medical
men, and elicited expressions of the most unbounded grati
tude Iron) the patients ta the proprietor.
Agents and private purchasers are cautioned to guard
against the comp'Wnds of unscrupulous Imitator, bimp
son's Aromatic Jiioioer Schnapps will have the ti lie ol
the Medicinal Cordis' embossed on the siles of the bottle
that contain it, aud Ui signature of the proprietor 00 the
The label on each bottle, which In been duly entered In
the United State Di.tr.ct Court, anil conv qui-utly protect
el from Imitation bv the penalties of a law of Congress, fci
in the three principal living language English. French
and (ieriuan, and pamphlet iu thug languages, descriptive
of the merits of this hcalth-iuvigwraliug beverage, Cao al
ways be had at the Agents.
J. WRIGHT A CO., Asents,
No. 151 t'b:trtres street. New O. leaus
flT" As par! tes Vanufscturing a biHm article of Schnapps
mav endeavor to persuade the pohhe that BARNAKD L.
SIMPeON.the proprietor of th genu'ne Aromatic bchietiam
Juniper Schnaps, l not a !") jiil direct hnport.r, he
wishes to be understood that the tnot unquestiouable proof
of the fact etn be furnished by the mcsl eminent importing
merchant ia New Oi leans.
Cr. W. IIENDERSU0TT,
Corner of Cedar street and the Square,
jS dotit - NaiihvIHe, Teoej.
Steam Boat Disasters on the
AN II STEAM BOAT DIRECTOR!'.
'TUE undersigned hare now In ours of prrparaunn, a
1 new Menu ISott Dlrectorf, ahich will be
isurd in OcUiiier nexs The t o whl contain over twehun
dred pages, illustrated in the beet style, aud neatly bound
in a durable manner. It will be one of the mo-t interest
ing books ever ptihh-hed, and wiH be a book that w-II be
lniert sting o all cla'ssM of people. The SIEAM BOAT
DIRECT' RY will contain a eomptete list tai deacriptir.n of
- all the Steam lluaU now afloat in the Wevtrra and south
ern Water. The length, model, speed, power, and tonnage
of each boat, where and by whom butU, th name of the
boat, with the trade she is iu. A so, th names of Captain
Bnd officer, her sge, Ae., Ae. The iHreetoey will contain a
11 jUiry of Steam boats and Steam ifc at ng un the Western
Waters, since the application of s cam' aieo. a sketch of the
first bo it built for the Ohio river, with the bam of the
builder, coBim.n irr and eor.
The River Directory will contain a list and description cf
all the Mr u iu lloat Di.ittlvr that aavt occurrwt
on lb Western and Southern Waters beaubfullv illustrated,
with a hat ol all those who have perished by their burning,
sinking and etplodip, oa the W-otrrn nd !ootbern Hafers
The DIKKCT0HY WILL CONTAIN MA'S of the Ohio,
Mississippi, Missouri, lllinsiis Arkanaas White, lied Ooa
Chita, Y.ik. and other rivers wilh the Towns andCitie
laid down, with eorr.-t dUtam es; ak, many other Rivr
and Commerrial Item of iaterest to the people at large.
, Th book will rooUm the eard of th variou C. 8. MaU
lloats, with Ih trade they ar in, Ac. Ac. Th Directors
will ataoeontaia a corople list of ail the rrspondbi Steam
Do.; I.ieeoaed Otneers U'T place reaidVoee, Ae ; lb
new Stctin Itoat Law, iu req; lireiaeots with euiumecu
sh iwior wherein it benefits the ineoapetenl oftVer sod in
jures the competent ort.rer, Ac, and all th kniprianl U. H.
Suireei Court Steam Hoat Derisions Bp to dale, the Rate
and important Cooimercial Privileges, Bills of Ladit g im
portant VeiMonaof the varioos U. P. Court la reg.rj to
F'i.'!it Lost and Damaged, Ac, with many oiher Uaogt
The Directory will be Illustrated la the beet style aad
printed to th beat manner. The author haa tr MS year
Iweo gtthering together atl th facts and Hem in regarl ta
the BU'ueroas steamboat duaatera on the Wrstera and
Southern Waters aud aew intend stibtwhiftg thro In book
form. Th pitc of tbe cork will be pea at the lew sum of
One Pillar. Tea tl.ousie.l dp.s w!l be ieajet for me
boatake; and other desirous f ukecrihing will bav to do
o at ooce, aa aotx eul be piloted sue or-tered la ad
vane The work fas do' toed m have a eareolaUua of ever
ElitilTT T1IOUSASD copie. a th asiMiiei ar reeeiv.
lag lary number tf sabaenb-rs per scail,Bofa all part of
th. country, daily. oe id lb wdost Swauaea, as wu as
tet sc.eoii.1c at of the kaMM, are auibesur t th
t r is rem.tUa snar to J. T. LLOYD CO , y
w Ji reeeiv a copy of Ui stove work. Th work will a
las ted la fCW. AgraUat New Orleaas Meatphn, St.
Lua, Loowrille, Pl.Ulrg, Whoeliog ld Cin. ilin.ll, Witt
wait apua th ataats beat tutor.
Ail krltar sLwu.4 few asklce-i le
JAJ. T. U)TD A CO,
Jri if Claeiaaati.Obsa.
ltT CS.pt. . P. URNS WORT II WlH rett eabeteip
wea. Ui Naahvuls aud ky ated.
RAILROADS & STAGES
NASHVILLE ft CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD
CHANGE OF SCIIEOCEE.
ON and aft-r Sunday next, the !2d lust, two Daily Pas
senger Trains will be run to and from Chattanocea. as
Leaves Nashvi'Ie, day Train, at T.8e A. M arriviac at
Chattanoocs at 4.20 P. M. arr.vmf a
Leaves Nashville, nleht Exprvs. at (.80 P. M arrivinr
at Chattanocga at 6 3o A. M. 8
RETURNING Leave thattanocga, day Train at 8 A3
A. M., arriving at Nashville at 8 P. M.
Leaves Chattanooga, night Express, at f.SO P. M arrlvine
at Nnshville at 6 50 A. M.
EST The Accommodation Train to and front Wartraro
will be discontinued aer this dat- as above.
JJ-'l H. I. ANDERSON, Fup't.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
COI.I'.TIRI A, AV A 1 N ES CORO. JACK SON.
EAGRAN;E ANO MEMPHIS.
SPLENDID Four Horse Coaches from Fianklin to La
grange, connecting at those points with th Railroad to
Tuscuuibln. Florence and M ntgronicrr,
Ala., and Aberdeen, Colnnabua
anil Canton, ?Ii.
The fine Four IIore Coach Lines to these pcints, are al in
excellent order, making a close connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train Waves th Depot at
Pulaski und Elkton,
And to all places throughout the Southern country,
road at Frank'iio1"1 ilaC raaail,S, connecting witli the Rail-
Pnlaki and Elkton.
Will leave NashviPe on the 2 oV.-ic p i t.., ,
Wednesday and Friday. 0C ock.P- Train, Monday,
Leaves Nashville daily at 3 oVlrs-v p u
Franklin wtth a Daily Four H. -Tcoaoh Uoe S."
For til information, through T rrt Ac ami!. T.k"""
era. Railroad fctage nd OtL O:
opposite the Post Office. r Mreet
N.B. Omnibuses will call for Mssenrers In.
FROM NASHVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS
ptv? rrq Arrri
TIIIIOI ;! 10UI DAsS.
General T 0,
pot. Price 16 5o. ' Lre l-
From Monttfomery to Mobile by Joub, daily line (m,
ng and evening) ol strand unbou. coLt,na
steamers trom thence tu New Orleans.
11. I. ANDERSON.
Ceneral Suo't N. A C. iUdroad.
xtttzi r?ses-i ffr a 1
RATES R EDI CEO. '
Fr,"kh.'J3lh!D,Unt' ,oth' 1st of June the rate, nf
I I II ST CLASS.
Casting" nJ9pirit,TUrpentine- ,n CMk bsrre.'st
Chin. Glass and Glass Ware, Cigars in case,, Oocks.
Confect oiierv. Cutler, in 1,... 1 .. -'
bove. and bales! ' " ,w ut la
Drugs, Fri.il Tre and fhruhhery, Furs, G.nf.o See,!,
Loj-king Classes and Lookg (iiass 'l.es owner'.
i.Yatvr in rum -a ii. I ; in .
SI (IMi CI.AN.
Hardware, "extent r.ii'.r n ..
chinery. ' " -ssttngs and Ma-
Fore.gn Liquor, in barrel, or pipe,. Cords ge. T .h.cco In
MM.C I AI. II A l l s a w
All ai tide not enumerated, to be eharerl . . ,J J
alagous nrtl-lea. "'ergert at rites of an-
Krom 1st Jue to I.t of Oecenber iiiH, , . .
as follows. e lae' W1'' he changed
1st Cars as shove, per 100 lbs ., ,
21 ,1 1 1 2S
Siiecial rates " " '
Merchants shipping from the ;,MerB iu .
the cheapest, a. we!, them( OB,Vout.
trom New fork and Phdadetph. to Chariest,"
... h; ran,-e, from fi to U ceu.s per cubic loot T
class and character ,.t vesseU. Sceord.ng ,
As the Railrrad Companies at Charleston an.l a.,
hy. ditinue.1 the Receiving sad Forl?lf "j?
Shipper, may rely upon, .trict adhere.ee to th, .bov,
SPEt m, NOTICE.' "
No shipments et titled to the atM.ve r.t. un!e ..h .
every package has the name of the Depot "? .Miv'?v Ui
thein.liaU N.A C. R. K. plain!, marked upon it 7
U. I. A.
FREIGHT ON PE02UCE TO CHARLESTON" AND
ON and after thi dale, the Articles st enumerated below
will he se n, ,hr., to Ch.rte.um and Savannah at th,
pt ice affixed to e:irh article: m
Toi.ac-o, hh.ls., ai io .s
Pork in bbls., fl loo Tbs t 7
Hagsiug.nd Rope, V lull tt. V.'.V.V.V.V. 1 00
U. I. ANDER)N Pup't
-lI-tr N. A C. Railroad.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD "
OPEN TO THOMPSON'S STATION.
ON and after Thursday, August 2r!l, train, will ran be.
tween Ntshvillt and Thmnpso,,', Station, M fcliow.
n AM 1 SUviUv 6 80 A- ' ;r,Tt at Thompwn's U
KtTL'RNlNO l eave Tiiompson's at 9.43 A M arrive
at Na.hviile at 10.W A. M. 31., arrives
9 P0"" N!,l"""e " 3 15 P- M r' iTe " ThompiKin's at
RkfURNlNCi Leave Thompemn', at 5.13 P M arrive
al Na-hrilla at 43 P. M. wr..,imti
OnSuud.y the Morning Train or. 'y win be run. leavine
NiMihville at I A. M., aud Thom.,n';.t 9 to AM
lTAt Thouip-.n's the Stage of Carter, Thomas and
Uouth etmnert wvh the trains.
Through Tickets for MEMPHIS. WAYNrSBRO JAnr.
SON, TLSITMBIA. FLOKKNCK, rCLASKI and C0LUM
Bl A, ean be procured at the General tage irta. e Under the
Verandta lloteL A. ANIEhi).,
,uir-'-' R. Eng. and SupS
Cabin Passage to iXew VorL "19.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
Th sew and Splendid side-ohol steam.hlps
KNOXVILLl.',15K)tons Capt, C. D. Lcoiow,
AI lil ST.I, 15iK)tons dpt. T. Lton,
FLORIDA, 1300 tons Capt. M.S. Woodbcu,
ALARAMA, 1)00 tons Capt. O. R. Svassca,
EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
These ship, are among the largest oa the coast, uusur-
Saaaed In speed, safety or comfort waking their passage in
J to 60 hours an'l r eummamted by skillful, careful and
polite oticers. Having irgtut state-room riTT ir-'iitt-Bf.
they ofl s most desirable conveyance tu New York.
Cabin paMare ,. . 42O.
Steerai; paasaee i.
Agenu: PADELFORD, FAT A CO., Savacaiif
AM'L L. MITCH ILL. IS Broadway.
)eS - s. Y-rk.
A M RE H UE IOK CANCERS.
MY WL'e, having Hbored onder ose on her breast for
some time, and haviug tried duferent treatment, I
nehitrd to tiKlertak Il myself, snd in les than thrc
month I ffiM:ted s eo.nol.te cure; although eb had been
given up hy her friend, a. being beyond the reach ef any
cure, she ha lur th la -I year enjoyed bettel health than
ii. had lor Bunj years previous, and haa since given birth
to a BM child, wine mh nurse asmetf. I have ai
irr.iri istciu I'uirr twe., .nu wave DCS Wl la tat SaOAt T
My treatment it lot the o-lng of the Kni't, or Caustic, or
Mi-rcory, but it IS purely Vegetable. I also profeM te curt
oilier rfweaa., six h a Female C Uves aad Ulcers, Scrof.
IS PUs anJ a'1 dieae origmatiug in bke manner. All
I ask ol persons arti cled with an. of th above named
dt -eases i K'"a a trial. W here there tt a cart
thr shall be n elrarge. Ft'tber inAraatia cao be oh
ain.l by cj;ui oa ute, or by lelier, 1 N . 17 North Mar
kel.tr -rt. JON ATU AN.TUOM . I.
MANUFACTURERS AND MTT.ITXV
T1TE sr general AreoU fur the sJ of all Cotton and
I , Wouiea fabric mana'aitiired ia th Slat of Trnne
tee, and have appropriated a larg and comntodioos roost
i.iely fur th.ira.r and surage. W have also appropria
ted aauther rouut fVie the sale and Msirage of FLOL il aijn.
And w wou'J respectful y call th attention vf sola Msaa
bclnrert and ii.lrl Id Uii arraoresoeta.
erii W. li. GORDON A CO.
CRI5W0LO s"c0TT0N GINS.
rY''!I E .uberribs-r U-ir.g agent fbr th sale of the ahov glaa,
A will .ep a auppiy ea band, or furalah Plantar at short
Thee (tat bare the character of waking good Uat, fia
ling fiwler, ru tut log tighter, eiraoing the seed tetter, taAi(
tot ar uau a bull, and haviag bwaes aaort darmbi
aad Mrur ..aiimt Acs thao any ether gin. bow ta see, aad
are eerd oa term re adeaatageou to lb porch tee r.
The seel ilarsury refsMreooe can b given to ttabaa
this repatatton, whicft they are also wAaaasvco so asaintalsj
M trval, d twl aowrdiug to th duwclioet seat with each.
aagl tf H T. YEATMAN.
HCZLERT, CLOVES, Ae.
JTS received a htrg stock wf White, Brown and Taney
eoieewdCotiou.8t.sAB LfctfeThtead. , Hoso aad Olovee
CLIFTON A AbBon,
telA "a- 1 Cedar straws