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PUBLISHED ' . , i -DAILY,
TIIMFEEKLY & WEEKLY,
- BY .
SMITH, CAMP & CO., ' '
W. BT. SMITH, A. . CtKr, TBOS. CALLBII BBA. I. P. JO M 18.
Office, Mo. 18 Deaderlck Street. -. -
Daily, per annum...
ri-Weekly, per annum,..
weekly, per annum
One Weekly for two yean, or two Weeklies lor one
year, in advance, 5 00
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
TfTE unsignd are prepared to intiwlnoe ntooela
Tennesse W. K, Citlt.Drt CO.'S PATENT ELAS
TIO f IRK AND WATr.it-I'KOO? CEMKNT ROOFin, and
ak the attention of Srrhl'ejls, Builders. Railroad Com.
pmies, and the public to examine its superiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUTLDEES should not fail to
examine this Rooting, a it is belter and cheaper than any
thin; in use. The material forms a bard and smooth inr
face that will resist the action of the atmosphere In every
climate. It is Impervious to water, elastic, and flexible.
It ooo tracts and expands with the changes of the atmos
phere, and will neither evaporate, crack uor rot; and, as to
lti durability, there is no question.
It is practically imperUhahle, and will perfect fully reals t
any ordinary external exposure to fl re. as is abundantly
proved, ani we will warrant It water-proof. We will en
gage to pot oar Roofing on over ordinary pood 'heathing,
old th'n.-lei, tar and (Travel, tin, cine, copper, or iron roofs
it making, no difference how sleep or Sat they may be
for seven dollars per one hundred square feet; It being far
cheaper than any Roof of the old style, and we are sure it
will (rive better satisfaction.
It will lo be found to be the best trd"g ever inventel to
cove or mend old leaky tio, tar and gravel roofi, or around
chimneys, scuttles, dormar windows, ami gutters, where the
tin is ruatsd through. This Cement can be put on to la-t
as long as stone, and form a perfect adhesion to any nb
j-et to which it is appl'md. Tin Roofs can be painted over
(and warranted not to leak) at two dollars and fifty cents
per hundred square feet, which Is cheaper and much bet
ter than paint. This Hoofing will be found to be the best
theng for covering large Itoof where they are exposed to
Ar such as Steam Mills, Haw Mi ls, Victories, Railroad
Cars, Bridges, Depots, Kt ition Houses, Steamboat Decks,
xd, io lac, ry kind of Roof where there is an external
poMretrti Cre. As the Roof is prrfect, without ajoint
In It, tt smea jBO eliiuce for fire to communicate, and any
light nub. tarrce will born out without igniting.
Off Insurance unices at Cincinnati, anu oiner piae-jg
where Child' A Co. Ceaent has been used, insure bMld
lbjrs a-itai Roofs oovered ith this Cement, at the same
r-.tes as far vbose eevere 1 with Iron, Copper or Tin.
Ctf The Cement will be furbished to those at a distance
ertth directions for using.
t3f Orders tent t the undersigned, through the Post
olhce. will be promptly attended to
J. T. NATHURPT,
No. 21, Spruce Street.
TESTIMONIALS AND REFERENCES.
Orrics Buckktb Ftitb Ihsobakcb Compikt, I
( reciK!iTr, Dec. 16, 1b.')8 f
To tu whom IT star oobcbrs: This is to certify that 1
have examined specimens and Roofs of W. K. Child A Co.'s
Mastic Fire and Water-Proof Cement Roofing," and be
it to be tininentlv uoerior to any other kind of Roof
in? in use. I was an eje witness of a severe triad of one of
three Koofs from a large volume of flame from an adjoining
building, which struck directly upon the roof aDd cornice
for nearly half an hour. It stood the tria. beyond all ex
pectation, and aved the building, T. M. HAeKKLL,
President buckeye State Insurance Co.
Ciscixv.Ti Aokkct RofAi lsackASCB CoarAsr, I
February 8, loOT. J
fTIhave examined W. E. Chllds Co.'s "Mastic Fire and
Water Proof Cement Rooflne," and. as far as I can Judge,
eoatider it a great invention, and am willing to io?ure
Hidings ttius protected upon the same terms as I insure
those covered by metal. JNO. 8. LAW,
Agent Royal Ins. Co., London and LiverpooL
rom J. B. Bennett, General Agent of .Etna Ins. Co. for the
Southern and Western States.
Cincinnati, Jan. 7, 1S57.
Having made considerable Inquiry as to the merits ol the
Patent Elastic Cement Hoofing," introduced intothiscity
by Chllds A Co., I find it fo le highly recommended in this
dry by many eictllent judges; that it is meeting with very
ready and general introduction; that its superiority over
the tar composition Roofing is decided and freely admitted:
and finally, I expect to adopt it for my next roof, which will
be next summer having intended to use tin, but will try
the virtues of the ''Patent ilaatio Roofing" a substitute.
Yours, truly, J. B- BENNETT.
OrnoorTH Cm , Ham asd Daytos Bailkoad.
Chllds A Co.'s Patent Cement Roofing is now used hen.
onoor bet class of Uuilding. We are covering our Freight
Cars with It, and our Master Mrchanic reports very favor
able to it- 8. S. L'UOMMcDlKU, Pres.
Orrios of th Ohio akd Mtasiswiri Kah-boao Co., I
ClxcisXATi, Jan. 7, 13i7.
Dbab Eir: In answer to your Inquiry, In reterence to
onr opinion as to the practical use of your hoof in the cover
ng of cars, we inay say that from our observation we en
tertain a very favorable one, so much to, that we intend
testing it thoroughly on roofs of buildings, cais, Ac ; after
which we will with pleanire give you our d--i'ied opinion as
to iU utility. Yours, truly, K. LlPPtNCoi'r,
Supply Agent Ohio A Mis. U. R.
fW Since the above ww written, the Ohio and Miiwis
Slpid Railroad have contracted for covering tl eir cars, de
pots and bridge between Cincinnati and Vlncennes, with
this Cement, couaider.ng It the belt article they have rued
for the purpose.
II. C. Loan, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroad.
E. Hbmt, Pres. Wilmington and Zaiesville Railroad.
A. M. fx.BLiffl, Pres Merchants' A Manufacturers' Ins. Co-
Ja. M. CiKTaa, Agent for Jim and other liailfotd Cos.
Tim-. Mohton, Pies. Central Insurance Company.
(ju,, rA'Jl-X resment Lmayenc
Gao' W t oreifi Bell Manurr, No. lui tast fiecond st.
EAx'.aAVoal'HDi-, No. 6i Fourth su ,
zha Bailkv, Sm th St., between Fourth and rifth.
J-UODKM, Taliorand Draper, Fourth St.
MiLBd tiBKaawiKiD, Iron Foundry.
Judge W. iholso.
Joua Bhiixito A o .Dry Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
Uituukll A Ramuklsbk-o, Furniture Manulacturers an
W. H. hrswART, Builder 845 Plum sU
MsaiwsrrBKBA IrriLWEix, Louisville.
W m. 8. McltaTNOLua A Co., Uarksville, Tenn.
aa mad to
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CURE THE 8ICK.
Invalids, Fathers, Mothers. Physicians, Philan
thropists, read their Effects, and judge of
FOR THE CURE OF
Headache, Siclc Headche, Foal Stoznache.
PiTTtBuao, Pa. Mav 1, 1m55.
Da. J. O Avkb. Sir: I have been repeatedly cuied of the
worst headache any body can have, by a dose or two of
your Pills. It seems to arUe from a foul stomach, abico
they cleanse at once. If they will cure othtrd as they do
me, the fact Is worth knowing.
Yours with great respect, ED. W, I RMtLE,
Clerk of Steamer Clarion,
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints-
I't rtkTMKNT OF TUB I SI UHlOU, I
WAhUiw rroa. 1). C . 7 Feb.. lt,-0. f
Fit: I have nsed our fill in ray general and hospital
practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to
say they are the- best cathartic we employ. Their regula
ting action on the lire r lsq .ick and ecided, consequently
thev are an ad t.irable remedy for derangements of that
Oman. Indeed. I have seldom found a case of Intuitu dt-
teas so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them.
Fraternally yours, ALON'.O HALL, M !.,
J'hytician qf (Ju Marine ilitpital.
Dysentery, Relax and Worms.
PorrOrnca, Uastlamd Ljv. t o M:;b., Nor. 1,1855,
Da. Avaa: Your I'llla are ti e perfect on of Metliotne.
. Th y have done my wife more good thn 1 can tell you.
Bhe had he.-n - ick and pining away fur months. Went off
to be doctor4 at great expense, but got no better, frhe
then commenced taking your Pills, which soon cured her, by
excelling large quanlinei of wi.rm. (dead) from ber bwdy.
They afterwards euied ber and our two ctiildren of bloody
dysentery. Out of our naiglibora hid it bad, and my wife
cured him with to doses of your I'iiki, while other around
as paid from Ave to twenty dulitr doctors' bills, and lot
much time, wl bout being cured eutirely even then. Such
medicine as yours, which is actually good and honet.
wui oe pmeu uere. UE.U. J. ft nit I IM,
Indigestion and Imparity of the Blood.
from lUe. J V. JJiine, Fuolorf AdcerJ, c'.urcA, lortoit
Da. Atsa: I have used your Pills with extraordinary iuo
ww in my family an I among th Ian called to virit In
di'treu. To regulate theortraus of digestion and purify the
blood they are the very best remedv 1 have ever known.
anai can counacntiv recommend tnetn to my irit-n u
Yours, J. V. IjIMES.
Wassaw. Wtomiko Co , N. Y- Oct. 14. 1S55.
Psab Fib: I am using ycur Cathartic Pill in my practice.
ani Ond ttiem an excellent purgauve to CI cause Ilia .yitem
and purify the wiuuiaiu of the bo"d.
JOHN O. MIACHAM.M. D.
Zrysipelas, Scrofula Slag's Evil Tetter, Tumors
and Salt Rheum.
from a FoncanUny MercJtant o .St. JUmlt, t'eb. 4, IS56.
- Da. Ataa: Yoor Pills are the paragon of all that I great
la medicine. Tliry have cirrti hit little daug j:rr rf ux-r-eus
sores upon her hand and fee that has proved inouable
for year, iter motner na ore a long and gnevou ly af
Dieted with blotches and pimples on bar km and iu her
hair. After our child aa cm cd, sl.e aUo t lei jr I'll Is,
ana tney nave cureu ner. ab. JiuttuttJUOt.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, and Gout
Trcrn Via Hem. Vr- Jaule, Ut Method Ut K (TirA.
lTLAkI Hot'KM, tiAVABBAB, Ga., .'an. 8, 1S56.
HosoSEDMi : I should be urgraictul for the relief Jaur
skill has brought me if I did not report my cae to ou. A
cold settled in my limbs and brought oe sxcruUting neural.
gle pains, which ended In c roiuo rhcuuia Uui. No wi h
BUuding I had the be I of i l.jsj. in, the disrase grew
worse aud aorse, ontil, by ti e adv of your excint
agent in kaliinitre. Dr. aiacKensie, I Utrd your Pill.
Their edecu acre slow, but sure. Iff perveveriug in the
ase of Uieui I am now entirely well,
? f kbatc Cbambxk, Batos Rocgb, I.A., 5 Dee , IS "-3,
' Da. Arsa; 1 have been entirely curwl by tour Pills
Kheumalio Gout a painful dueaae that h.d ailh. teJ a
trocar. Vl-NCANT fci-IUkU
For Urepay, Plcllierts, or kltlrd Csstu
plaints, requiring au wbn par re, liiey trt to stcsl-
Fr tlvriie or Coiiallpatlois stssd
tts iA llluiier I'ill.thcy are agrwblw and iteeiaa
Sll .tuppre.tluu, l'intl si jiiilatsta
mutioii aud even Ixrufiieaa, aid I'wrtisal
liliutltie)( have Ltfea cured by the sutcratlve acuua
ef these Ph..
llot of the pills In market contain Mercury, which, al
though a valuable remedy tn skil.fui han I, is dtiiu la
a pubuo pi I, fron t'i dreadful toriacq icucea that Ire
quai.tiy follow its ineaut ou tue. The cootais ua a.r
uryor mineralsubstancs ahatever,
PREPARED BY DR. J. C. ATE 2,
Practical and Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Zfass.
And told wholesale by
' bEUKY A JJU.VlVlLf.r, Naivit e.
JO. (i. BK)WN,anda'.l dr Jgrisuln thitc'.t.
PRlfchPoN A HAW KINr-, tulumbla.
THOMA8 A imr.. ClarkaviU.
B. I. I'KtUY, rl.elbyvi'le.
tClitLL A bL At. h 'J . ' It tt, Gallatin
And all dealers in laeuKiut v w.'iere,
DAS. PACK AID,
Junel.-4m. - A iwr'txng Agent.
lIjOJf C TO 1 1
MAKKS PLOWS of the beat mate. "
rtai and In grut variety r'". . . n.ie
tVrouttlronanubie.i siouidiioada; V - - .
ght and lefihaodr-lows.
A. W. PCr.AaI, frocricior.
Tzca. lu.tr, AIasm'. augli au ui-wAW
Hll jftf Jill
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From 8. M. PETTINGILL A CO'S AD VKKTISING" AGENCY
. 118 Nasaan Street. NxwToax.
And No instate street. BoaioB.
P. A Co., are Agent: for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the united states auu
Cordage, Cakum, &c.
CIIJITII. (Tdri A it.. 1S2 Front ft., Kes
O York, aiid iMtl i 0 nouias t.. New Orlesns, Vacn-sctnri-rs
ef Ctrdr cr. l i ktir . A r r-fler for M ie a full as-
eortnect of Matilla acd larrtd Itcje. Navy and Extra
Oaktmi, deliverable in .New Vcrk cr Ntw Crltais.
ri'O rtll Goods fcr a manufacturing boose in this City.
X Falsrv Ircm tit 0 to Uto i er rr.cnth aud exrenses.
Cn receipt of H-, we wili forward Sir i.p'es by Express
witn inrtructions, or, address enclosing
P. O. Stamps lor
C. b. ORYIS,
Eeal FtUte and Stcck liroker.
No. 20. Kim it.. Cicc i nsti, ' bio.
June 1 lyd.
Po.-t C flice box 2340
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
From the Newspaper Advertising Apevcyot JAMES E.
uuu i. b.ilhj, no. 14 Seccndatreet, Bt. iiutis, mo.
No. 212 N. Hain St., Corner of Horgan,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Trench Emr Hill Etones,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
Enbber Belticg-. Lacing Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire and
Hill Materials generally.
PRICES OF LEATHER BELTING-OAB -TANKED.
gj S 5 1
7c. 10 in. ?8 j 1-8 in.- 4c
10 IO " S7 ! 8-16 " 6
14 11 80 i 14 " 8
18 11X " 05 8 8 ' 12
02 12 " 1 10 1-2 " 16
2fl 18 " 1 22 ! 5 8 " 20
B0 14 M 1 84 I 8-4 25
34 15 " 1 46 ;
8S 16 " 1 M I
42 U " 1 70
46 IS M 1 82
SO 19 " 1 66 I
f.5 20 " 2 10 I
60 21 " 2 21
f.5 22 " 2 83 I
70 28 " 2 f.'2
75 24 " 2 66
Iiouble ielts, Doable Price, (made to Order.
marchl7 ly .
St. L,nii, 3 Jo.
T TAKE pleasure in informing the loeertot the Fisk
X Abts that my i-tock of Artists' Materials, Kngravings,
etc., etc., is full and con p'et nnd as to variety or qua!
itv cnnot be surpassed in the West.
An iats and Amateurs, ma; depend npon always finding
at this eitftbliihment CRAYONf, CRAYON PAPKR, WATbR
COLORS, Ac.. Ac. Orders promptly filled. Goods care-
fullv packed and tent to any part of the country.
Remember the place, No. 101 Fourth street, (Ten
Buildings,) Ft. Louis, Mo.
marchi!4 deo;OW6in JAME3 SPORE
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, &Ct,
No. 10 Broad st., and 94 South Market at.,
STAVES 'I'lX WAR T, etc.
TCST RECKIVKD AND FOR BALF, A LARGE AND
J complete assortment of CookiDg and iieatiug tttoves.
of every size, price and pattern, that is brought to this
We are manrf icturlng the Wroi:pht Iron Cooking ftoves
or all Mies, ranging in price from 4u to flOi'i of the best
and neaviest material.
Tin Ware wholesale and retail.
Copper and Sheet Irn Work for all kinisof Machinery,
Steariiuoata, B'-alionarv Engine", Ac , Stills and Diotilery
VV org Dule at the shortest notice. KJa roun'j made and
repaired; rooting and spouting djne with ntne and dis
patch; in fact, everything, that requires Tin, Copper, or
Sheet Iron, ts done by us In tne next manner, and a cheap
as any. cumki a joh.ns n.
No. 10 Broad St. and U4 fouth Market st.,
June 5. Nashville, Tenn.
3P jQl. Gr 33 9 JS
-PERPETUAL LIME KILW.
THIS KILN will burn four hundred m-hels of Lime-
-L htoue (which, if good stone, is equal to one thousand
bushels of Blacked lime) in twenty-four hours, with four
cord of wood, and Is perpetual in .jts operation, the lime
being li awn once in three to six hours, from the base, and
replenished at the top of the cupola. Ttiis is but the or
dinary every day capacity of the Kiln, as has been abund
antly demonstrated by those already in operation. 11
also makes much better lime than that burned in the or
dinary way, all the stone beinft perfectly burned.
Any number of reliaoi certificate to 11, e capacity of
tne nun, and any otrier information in reirrence to it,
will be furnished, on application by letter or otherwise, to
the subscriber, who Is agent for the sale of rights and put
ting op nuns in tne state 01 T ennessee.
J. A. itlvll A rtPFON.
McMinnville, Jan. 26, 1557. janikl dWro
GUN POWDER AGENCY!
Ill AVE I 1I Mi.AV.IX I-:,
535 kegs DUPOM'6 RIFLIS POWDER,
80O " Beatecs "
150 " Kentucky Rifle "
1,000 " Blasting '
RihI.i Ort n-et Saf.'i Fuie. T. A. MofMM., Agent.
t'AT.1 It A Hl. i:.
WILL keep constantly on hand a supply of Dry and
Sparkling W inr. which I wiU furnish the trade at Cin
cinnati prices, freiKOt added. T. A. McCA' L,
Apl 1 Argent.
J'iLLIS & WOUIIK,
I I AvlNG ma e important add...oat 10 onr machinerv
A A and greatly increased our fuc-tiitief, for nianufacturtnx
Htbasi tausiB aud Machinery of every description, are Dow
prepared to manufacture Meara acginra and Boiler equal
in point or nnisn and durability to any made In the Hen
and at as low prices. Having been praclK'4'ly engaged I
the Manufacture of Marhinary in Nashville lor th last ef-
teen years, aud giving our personal attention to the manu-
racturing lepart:ncut, we feel CuuSJetit that we can srivs
satisfaction to all who may favor us witn the.r orders at our
old stand. Not. bJ aud 64 MarBcl street. Dear Bruad, Nash
Ail kinds of work for Flour Mills. Hie am Boats. Paw Mills.
Tobaeeo Faoiorua, bVau, Jaila, Ac, Ac,, executed prompUy,
ana ai tne iowt.i raan prtoes.
NEW IRON FOUNDRY.
ELLIS &. MOOIiK
Bta leave to lnf.irm their frleudt and the public that they
have now In operation a lareeand extensive IRON
FOUNDRY, adioininc our Machine hhop and are Pra-
FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY.
For every description uf I'AM'I t.N that mar ba called
Vi cneap as It can be done west of the moon taws.
Mtu. (BABIBd. tlotua Powaaa. Vi.i Waioirra
Bab Yaokn, Wianow Mix and Lixtuma, Gbatb Baas,
WaTaa U ma. Coax I'tCratu. aJI C.iniua.
u.d in the couatructioa of Ftoar M'.lla, baw MUla, lurnaoes.
woM.uaa, to cruer at snort notiew.
We will aiao tornah every dnaeripuoa ef tstoam a ad Water
Machinery at Ue Ucu j.rtiva. Paitart made to crj.r, and
""''I' or uh or panares wblco w have In oar Foundry
'"""' r" frw la work h,r old Iron.
iLLIS A MOORE,
. . 81 Marklsut, naar Bread,
Jaa. T, &7 ly Na.hviiie.Tena.
BL'lLUCttS, IlooaahoMer. Ac., are reuue.ted to take Bo
tjca thai Utm ndvraigeHNi, having made the aseeasar
ariaugeucau, and secured th. arvcs of couipaUnl
workuaSH is Dow prepared Io lake
la the hn of bi voratiea, ie alt it vartuas braaehM.
la th department of ItuUa. Fatsri vu ih. .uba,,tK
Is prepared la etuie a.th Ih. graie,i prawptawae, aU
eaatrata, ko...r l.rf e, wuieo aay be te&aeraO, la a aliia
and ojku Itnui which caouul tall iu Ri,c !-! ia.
tie alae preparvd to I rcu i al .... ktii Afl
wi.ni.iiLrimiu,t,ulM.Su AD SlAiiHUNO,
having In thai drpariautat citt4 the ar,ioea rf Ue auuat
a pert and s par.v uca aru.ta.
1 K alcribr wvu d twwM Mrki kann. I. tl.
UUa lu airs hlUl a Call btc aiaiuis tai ur.i..u
U V II . Ulil
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jerry aud saaiiuar.
taranw - tr
:L'0AK.-U kU lr Friaac, auJ t't,c, uw u
bW F 0W4re4 tutat La tre and lor aaia a
W U kVaUs a CJ.
3 .ia runt,
NASHVILLE, TEM., ; TUE SDAY, AUGUST
I l.'BY YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From YISCHER OWEN A CO., Oenl Advertising House,
Applbtob' Buildup, 46 Broarrway, new York.
Godfrey's CeleLrated Ccrdial Gin.
IT CHEERS, BUT D0E3 NOT INEBRIATE.
r I HIS nneqnaled beverage possesses medicinal proper-
X ties of the highest order. It is ma no factored espe
cially for and by the Propr etor and Patentee, of the best
rrjsterisls, Mid has all the merits withe nt the deleterious
effect" of any other C-m etthrr id Ureat Britain, Holland,
or this conntry. COUFRElls Cr Lf BKATPl) CORDIAL
GIN has been snorted by eminent physicians as the our-
ett and rro.'t ffi'icackps iifioi-ive stimuiant and diuretic
which marufacturing skill has jet given to the world. It
is entirely exen pt Jrm tho? e slccht l c drinks which beget
a tniri-t icr stitruiants. oraers to acy amcunt promptly
nuea oy tee rroprieior-
Importer of Brandies, Gin, Wme, Ac.
JnceSO 8m. 18 outh William StM N. Y.
HrwifW' Tnlnlirfnl CxTiV, Ttttlore
UVUUt j o lAltU. uitu vviuiui iiiiiici
AN CNFQUALED TOKIO AND STOMA CHIC.
A PCSITITE and palatable Remedy for general DebiH
i ty. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, and all disorders of
the Digestive Organs.
The Invfntor and Proprietor of Godfrey's Celebrated
Cardial Eilter in recommending them as an unrivalled
tonic and inw'gorant, is sustained by the best medical
authorities of turf pe and America, as well as by the
multitudes who bave tested them. As a restorative they
stand alone. Thousands who are now languisl.ing nii'ht
awake to new existence by tl.ij powerful renovator. 1 he
dybpepfic who resorts to Godfrey's Cardial Bitters, finds
the benefits permanert. Upon the vital organs, tUty tx
eicise t direct sanitary ii.fluet.ee, and yet their agercy is
as mild as salutary. For gtneral cebility, sinking at the
Btotacli, loss of appetite, rick headache, or mental de
pretsion, hypechondri nsi.-', broken sleep, flatulence, faint-
nes a ter exercise, lrritaoitity, ctci c, costiveness, and
all disorders of the nervous system, their benefits are in
Purchasers are cautioned against a'l impositions.
Central Depot, 16 flout h William tt., N. Y.
june80 8m. GEO. GOtFRKY, Proprietor.
I-ARMOIVT'S PARIS AND LONDON MED
ICAL AUV1&ER AND MARRIAGE GUIDE 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, tl and
four Liter stamps. Mailed free. Among its contents is
the anatomy of the sexoal organs of the male and female,
all tneir diseases and weaknes.es: latest discoveries in re
production; a new and healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quackfe their recipes and specifics; the author's
nnev,uailed Paris and London treatment of GonnorrhuM,
Gleet, strictures, b,hilu, Primary and Constitutional,
trnibisions, Impoteccv, Ac, at Ht Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box 644 N.
Y. P. O. "We recommend Dr. Larninut to the alllicted."
Courier des Stats Uni. Staats Zeituno, Democrat. Day
1Xok. mercury. Jiuag, 1'oitce oaseiie. arc.
Light! .Light!! L.iglit!!!
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IMPR0 VED KEROSENE, CAMP RENE, FLUID,
ANI) OIL LAMPS.
IN VARIOUS STYLKa AND FINISH.
MADE TO OHDRB rOB
CHTJRCnEf, COLLEGES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
No. 132 William near Fulton, 2ea York.
rrvo FAMILIES-A Pamnhlet stating all the modes
X of preventing conception, will Lesein to you on receipt
of a letter stamp to "Ilox 644 !w York Post Otliee, ' or Dr.
LARMONT, 03 Mercer Btreet, opposite Bt. Nicholas Hotel
New York. mar 27 6mdv.
Gold Medal Pianos !
STLIMWAY A SONS .Hanufaclurert,
O i WALKER 8TREET, NEW YORK.-
O i' Received the following First pBizef
Medals in Competition with the best makers
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Dal-'
TWO FIRST PR'ZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair.
Washington. March, lboo.
A UOI.U MtUAL at the Crystal ralace. New York, No
vember, 1S55, (being the only gold medal given for Pianos
within tne last six years.)
A GOLD MaDAL at the Maryland Institute. Baltimore.
TIIE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New York, November, lt-06. Among the judges were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
bottschalk. Wollenhaupt and manv others. St. A n Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame,) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Pianos
packed and shipped with out charge. Prices moderate.
C F. TIUJItSTOX has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Fortes for Nashville and Mid-
die Tennessee, some of which are now in use in this city.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Bass, Mr. W. II,
Whitos, and Mrs. J. P. "W. fiRow.
Mr. T. can be seen at 84 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 709, Postollice, Nashville, will receive at
tention. May 5 tf.
NEW AND IMPORTANT
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
ENGRAVINGS OF THE SEALS OF THE PATENT OF
FICE OF GREAT BRITAIN, ECOLK de P1IARMACIE
PHARMACIES de PARIS, AND IMPERIAL COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE, VIENNA, are affixed npon each wrap
per, and around each case or
Triesemar iVo. 1, 2, and 3.
Thus protecting the public against Imititioss, which are
liable to the severest penalties courts ollaw can award.
TR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial Colle?e of
XJ Vienna, and Royal College of burgeons, London, may
be personally consulted at Ms residence, 157 Prince street.
(few rlo ks west or Broadway ) New lork, irom it in the
mofhing till, and from 4 till 8 in the evening, (Sundays
excepted,) unless by special appointment.
TRIESEMAR No. 1, is the Remedy for RELAX! ION,
SPERMATORRHOEA, and all the distressing consequences
arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence in hot climates. It has invigorated and restored
to perfect health, thousands of the debilitated who are now
in the enjoyment of all the Functions of Manhood; and
hatever mav be the CAUSEL, every DISQUALIFICA
TION for MARRIAGE is effectually -subdued by this Won
derful Discovery I
TRIESEMAR, No. 11; completely and entirely eradicates
all traces of Gonorrhoea, both in its mua ana aggravated
forma. Gleets, ftricturs. Irtitation of the Aladder, non-re
tention of the Urine, Pains of the Loins and Kidneys, and
those disorders where Copaiva and Cub. bs have so long
been thought an an tidcte, to the rain of the health of a vast
portion of the population.
TRIESEMAR, No. Ill Is tho great Continental Remedy
for Svpl.ilis and Secondary Svmptoma. It also cocatitutea a
certain cure for Scurvey. Scrofula, and ail impurities from
the vital stream, so as altogether to eradicate the virus of
disease, and is a never failing Remedy for that clais of dis
orders which unfortunately the English physician treats
'ith Mercury, to the Inevitable destruction of the patieut's
eunstitution, and which all the Sarsaparilla in the world
TRIESEMAR. No. 1.4 and 8. are prepared in the form of
a losenge, devoid of taste or smell, and can be carried In the
waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin case-., and divided into separ
ate doses, as administered by Valpeau, La 1mm, Koux, Hi.
eord, Ac Ac. Prioe 3 each, or f .ur case in one for 9,
which saves S3; and in t'27 cases, whereby there is a saving
Special arrangements having been made with the various
Exprerses, the nine dollar cases of Triesemar, and the larg
er sixes, are forwarded by Dr. Banow, carriage pxid, imme
diately on receiving a remittance, to any part of the world.
securely packed and addressed according the Instructions
of the writer, thus securing to the public genuine European
preparations, and effectually protecting them Irom spuri
ous pernicious imitation. The three dollar cases sent as
usual, but not free of carriage.
To be bad aise, from Dr. Barrow, th beautifully llluttrat-
ed and popularwork. "HUMAN FKAILTT, or PHYSIOLO
GICAL Kt-BkAKCHfcrt." It describes in a clearwod lucid
manner the cause and effects of the disease above enumer
ated, with instructions for their preper treatment and cure.
Price 'io cents. Bent frt-e to any address.
Address DtC BARROW. 157 Prince Street, (few blocks
west of Broadway,) New York. novo lyd v.
LYONS & CO.,
IbIFOSTEBS AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,.
IVo. l!;CetIar-st., Nashville, Tenn.
rlUC ondvrslgoed are constantly making additioni to
A their alreadv viry large and Coelv aborted tock of
I in their line, and repee:l i'l v solicit a con i nuance
of the very liberal patrunae bi:r-w!o be.tocd on them.
He are now, better than rver, enabled to oSer oar ce.
tcmrr eery Inducement to purchase from us. Oar stock
compri.es In p.rt.the following article:
tit) packages trmrh Hrauir, of the finest brands:
bO MaJeria, their? aud i'ort Vt iuer, extra u.ua!itiea;
ov uoiuad Uin, atauaaca ana M. Croi Kntu; bour-
bon, Monong hcla and other Mbiiaies; Sweet
laU.ga, with a full assortment of all kinds of
tO boxes Lyon A Co.s Fhlrdhara Schnapps;
UK) " Lyon A Co.'s crlrbrated Medicated Brandy;
IbO " liojUlter A MUla' in Oars Bad (reo's Aromatic
tuO boxes freach, EsgU.h and Aanertcaa Pick Ira, Fauces,
iataui, viiw, tajwrs, (taiu, rrercrves.
Oraooy la.j, ireill eajiuoo, Ilaan Lobvlaris;
5iX box.1 "ardine,
Sihj , do do;
tV' voaea Presh CoriOystera.
t'K bo if extra fieet'isewiBg Tobaoeo;
liD ( eUbrat..! t'ocaheaias -njoa nf Tobacco;
tkiO Uiaatii. t na.tel ao totliar r-:ca.
130,000 Hi.si Clr, ootuiatiag la parte the follow,
eg wcil kaoea bratKi
l.aaara, Oti.i.ibax, kiagnolia,
Mai-uiooo H Jel, Flor it CharWatca,
VI aaOutigtoo, Acreaa, Pnoeipe.
AaJ vartoaa ether hwrtt. kia.i.
We are dteraia4 to pa Mr ifouds at tr very fre(
prte, and ai.1 guaraatse aa.ua! uj la ait seioa, AU are
reapecifuity invi.ed to saamiae t?ur uck.
LluXd A CO.. T CrJrt.,
aprS Jar the Pi tilt.
A'cw Ice Cream ant! Soda Water
r , n ii n x u x,
NO. IS DKADCilCK STKSitT,
r XePS renstantly oa hand a cbs aaMtrtibeot uf Cea
V. twtKiuint., rratti, Cfar, Ai, SC. lie wul, t.
0uiioii. ec ao a ku a Mtppif ef 10 It t KEAal, of u.e
beai quality. Ue r!... aakS A sLa ef BMbhS fat-
foAaaa, lmju 1
"We have recently received ear Second Purchase of
Boots & Shoes, Uats & Straw Goods,
And can sow offer to Merchants buying in thii
market an exteraiTe atocfc of
. FRESH AND DESIRABLE GOODS. '
CAItIK.IC MIEPIIERD & Co.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
J. DUNCAN & GO
A RJ? r'p Plete stock of
i otjjiA' jjk i trww, oi new t les and tape
I rinr n :alit"tr w Vt 'Yt w a arcs flol lint at nnaaj v.
tjles Organdies and Maslios and Dresa Goods of all quAli-
60 cases New Style Prints.
60 do Bleached Domestic.
S do 10-4 and 13 4 bleached Sheeting.
2 do Linen Sheetings.
1 do Pil'ow case Linen.
8 do New Fancy Linens, Ac, Ac.
We have now in Store a very large and cornnlete asaort.
mentof Goods which e are selling at very low prices to
close out. G:eat inducements a-e offered in some styles of
Goods. A. J. DUNCAN A CO..
june. No. (9 Public Square.
NEW GOODS. JUST BECEIVED!
WE have now in store the largest and best assorted
stock of Staple and Fancv DRY COOPS that. h.
ever before offered in this market, to which we invite tha
particular attention of city and country merchants.
ALSO, NOW I STOKE)
a large stock of Keady-Made Clothing of the neatest styles,
and of the Very best qualities.
416 Cases of Pannama Hats, Leghorn ITats, Palm ITats; Fine
Soft Fur Hats; Fine Fancv Si!k Bonnets ; Soft Straw Bon
nets ; Boys', Misies', and Infants' Hits, Caps, Ac
90 cases of Roots and Shoes, assorted Wir.rl. far Rnrlnw lnd
HAKlrWAItE AND CUTLERY.
A large and well selected line of Hard-Ware.
All the above Goods will be sold under the market price
r cash and Prompt four-mnnth'a nanor. r;iuA n. a
chance at you ; we charge nothing (or showing you through.
""" TKABLE LUCLS.
GltOVER & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promotes the leisure, health and happiness of home.
IVo. 1 5, Public Square, a.ltvillc, Tenn.,
in the Store formerly occupied by W. H. CALHOUN.
IVo. 405, Broadway New Yorlc.
No. 18 Nu turner Street, Boston.
No. 161, Cliesnut Street, l'ltiludelplila.
Season wny this Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.
1 Because it is the only Sewinjr Machine in
the world ever invented, so constructed as to
fully meet the demands of families for general
2 It is very simple and is cever liable to get.
out of order.
8 It makes a eeam which will not rip, though
every third etucli is cnt.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
o ix. sews witn two ueeuies, making an;
engtii siitcii desired.
6 It sews from two ordinary spools, and
thus all trouble at winding thread is avoided;
wiiile the same Machine can be adanted at
pleasure, by a mere chango of spools, to all
varieties or work.
7 The same Machine runs silk or linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal
8 Tins Machine will sem In the sleeves of a
coat with the same ease and facility that it
sews a straight seam.
J i ins .Machine can be run to make one
thousand five hundred stitches per minute.
10 I he seams are as eiastio as the most elas
tic fabiic, so that it is free irom all liability to
break in wasliiDp, ironing or otherwise.
11 I he stieliea made by this machine are
more beautiful than any other made either by
band or machine.
The price of thep Machines at oflice in New
York, range from $75 to $150: an additional
charge of $10 only is made on each machine
over .New lork prices at office in Nashville, to
delrgy4XP0nses of importation, sc tornash-
villa. II. U. BROCKWAY, Sec'y.,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
Irlrea of tltcae iTIacliIuca ritnre from
$SdtoldO. Match 25 tf.
THE subscriber takes this method of informing his Old
customers and friends and the public generally, that
ne nas removed his liardware Store Irom the old stand on
Market strset, to No. S3, in the large brick building, lately
ereotea on uie tsoutn side or tlroau street, where be keep-
constantly on hand and makes to order the various articles
embraced in his line of business, lie Invites especial at
tention to his Urge assortment of CASTING. Hi'J.LOW-
WAKt, BRASS. Ac , such as Mantle and Coal Orates. Wag
on Boxes, Plow Molds, Straw-Cutters, Crrn-Shedera, Corn-
i rushers, .niii-irusriers. balcony Work and Iron Fencing.
I'ocee-Mius, tea settles. Bras Ktttles, Dog-Irons, Candie-
Dtica. ana an almost endleae variety or other articles.
janii tf AMJKtW ANUtUiON
B. Sv VVELLEIt.
AGEICTJLTUEAL AND SEED STORE
HO. 6T, SOUTH MARKET ST., NASHVILLE.
T 1 AVINO establwbed a general Agricultural Depot at
X.X the above plae. I desire all mv old and true friends.
and me puotio at large, to call and see me, and examine
my stock la trade. Thieshera, the latest and most ap
proved Mowers and Reapers, Barnhi'l's unrivalled corn and
cotton Drills; Briniey' premium Plows and Cultivators, of
Kentucky; Garden Seeds, of every variety, also. Clover.
nmotny, time brass, orchard Or ass, Canary, stomp aad
Rape need, Buckwl eat and Bailey, constantly on hand.
All kinda of Agricaltural and Horticultural Implement oa
AU kinds of Copper, Tin, Bra and Sheet Iron Ware
still manufactured, aud S.oves, Grates, Ac, lor sale. Ag
ricullaral Implement not on hand, ordered and sold at the
manufacturer's price and transportation. Alto, Tinners'
Machine and Hand Tools from Peck, baath A Co.'s Ataoa-
factory, ftouthiugton. Conn,
Just received a supply of Bush, Lima and Cora Beans,
rumptin teeo. For sale low for Cash.
BiajXJt. B. 8. WXLLEEL
TO THOSE AVilO 111DL!
Kaanfacturer f Carriages, Coaches Buggies,
Tio, 60 Lower iritarkcl Mrtet, IVaaltTllIei
I AM now manufacturing every variety -Jf'&Tf,
Bid style of vehicle, from the plainest pc-
ob la the most beaalifui aad elaburatiy X C-7
finished turr -out. 1
Having engaged Mrst-class workmen, and obtained a lam
amoant of tha beat of stock, 1 am prepared to Mo work
which will compare with any ia the whole country. either for
si) ie or durability. Au kituis oi vehicle kept oouatanlly oa
uuu, w promptly maae w orucr.
Ktrrrlts l'airui . u t 1 1 tt sr
This Important imDrovement la the eouounc a .Tarriar.
Ae., has awakentA much iaterast laraaghaai the eountrv.
sou uiovimapvs wun ine raeei ravor wnere It is best knowa
known. Having the eadustve right for thla eity.I ara bow
making h of them in oonsuacung Carnages, Baggies. Ae.
HXif-Bcotitr the piace ai we via Btaaa ol rrrd. bioaa
Ne-i9. Lower Market Street. n. if.
Ilarblo nonuiaciits, tc
. Tks. xj. biioiton
IS POaMi hi friends aad the public In gea
erat.tbalh Ia now proaeeaungUieMaaaLa '
licataaba, ia tha shop us CUarry street, cnt
door to the Uh4oh uiuf JisM-icuat where he
will be pieaMKl to attend to the order of all
who auy want work la hi Hoe doue. He has
aad will keep oa band, a .apply af
KAJLELE MOSEMEaf TS, T0M2S, Aft-, f
lean alarbia. ia U.e bt styt ef Ua art. Ai
of has wnra wtB a warraaiaxl.
Ur E have Bow ia Ktore a Cue n.H n of
llaaoa. sletKtoaa ia J ShJ
a mala Biatsrtai.. Ae., aad am Mill BaaauUe.
tancig I mux iiliuoa and all ktas ai t,,!i
i i ii
V4 of kave
rewcatJy adJed lavrxcly to ear tov f
oii.A7ii:si ri run Jintitoiis. ic
la a word we iat.od to El.? CP UlTil Tir vtm
oar eu.(oi..rs aaJ twctfs ihem t r.!r,.r.i, -..
uieawt of aeaotag aarvtO. . A K, 1U ja
Na. li,ta,ptu,(, .
. 18, . 1857.
CHOICE FARM LASDS FOR SALE.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. COMPANY
IS MOW rBEPXKKO TO SKU. XBOVT
1,500,000 Acres of
CHOICE FARMING LANDS-
I TRACTS OP 40 ACRK3 CFWAKDS.
OS JLOHO CEEEITS AND AT LOW BATES OP
rT'TIEPE lands were granted by the Government to aid In
X the construction of this Road, and are among the
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend ftora
North-east and North-west, through the middle of the
State, to the extreme South, and include every variety of
cnmaie ana productions louna Between those paral els of
lamuue. ine rsortnern portion is chiefly prairie, inter
spersed with fine groves, and in the midnle and fonthern
sections timber predominates, alternating wi:h beautiful
prairies and openings
The climate is more healthy, mild and equable than any
oi ner par 01 wecoun"y tne sir Is pure end bracing,
wune uving streams ana springs ol excellent water abound
Bituminous Coal is extenne)y mined, and supplies a
cheap and desirable fuel, being fcrnifhed at many points
at $'i to 4 per ton and wood can be had at the aace rate
Building Stone of excellent Quality slro abounus. which
can ue procured lor lilt e more than the expense of trans
The great fertility of these lands, which are a t lack rich
mould from two to five feet deep, and cectlv roilin .their
cuuugufiy io mis noaa, oy wtnen every racility H rurnished
for travel and transportation, to the nrinciDal market
North, South, Tast, West, and the economy with which
they can be cultivate I, render tbtm the most vsluaHe in
vestment that can be found; and present the most favorable
opportunity, tor persons ol Industrious fcabita and small
means, to acquire a comfortable independence in a few
Chicago Is now the rreateat prain market In the worl 1
auu mo isciuiy ana economy with which the products o
there lands can be transported to that market, make them
uiucu more protitaoie, at tue prices asked, than those more
remote at government rates, as the additional cost of
transportation is a perpetual t.x on the latter, which must
be borne by the producer, in tha reduced Drice he receive
for his grain, Ac.
i The Title is perfect and when the final payments are
made, Deeds are executed by the Trustees appointed by
the State, and in whom thetitlt is vested, to the purchasers,
which convey to then absolute titles ir. Fee Simple, free and
clear of every incumberance, lien or mortgage.
tne prices are from f 8 to f30; Interest only S per cent.
Twenty per cent will be deducted from the credit price
Those who purchase on long credit, rive notes payable
in 2. S, 4, S and 6 yea rs after date, and are required to im
prove one-tenth annually for five years, so as to have one
half the land under cultivation, at the end of the time.
Competent Surveyors wi l accompany those who wish to
examine tbetc Lands, free of charge, and aid ihem in
The lands remaining unsold are as rich and valuable as
those which have been disposed of.
Sectional Mips will be sent to an one who will enclose
fifty cents in Postage Stamps, and Books or Pamphlets con
taining numerous instances of succeerful farming, siened
by respectable and wr.l-known farmers living in the
neighborhood of the Railroad Lands, throughout the State
alto the cost of fencing, price of cattle, expense of bar.
Testing, threshing, t tc.. or arv other information will
be eheerfuily given on application, either personally or by
letter, in English, Frecch, or tier mm, addressed to
Land Commisiloner of the Illinois Central K. K. Co.
tST" Office in Illinois Central Itiilioid Depot. Chicago.
WORD TO TIIE WISE !
wish to bs
go at once and
get some of
I Corciil a KD
I I, . n
. . .. .... , V
"S-r Terr, r V"" cvir-
8A TAtr- aa. ii is the Tr taH
only remedy thall will remove alt impurities from the
PL00D. It being a Tonic, it will at the same time Strincih-
en and Invigorate the system.
Thousands In St. Louis have nsed it. and the nniversa
expression is, th&t it newer fails In curing any complaint
arising from a disorder, d Slate of the Liver, Stomach or
Bowels. A few doses will cure Diarrhoea or Dysentery.
As a Diuretic, it will cure snv disease of the Kidneys,
Uterus, or Bladder; as ao Alterative, it wi'l purify the
blood, and remove all Yellowness, Pimples or Sores from
It Is a sure preventive for Tellow Pever, Chill or Ague
and Pever. and Cholera. Ihere is no mutate about it.
We can refer to hundreds ol Steamboat Men and others to
prove tat fact.
aicLsas 8 l-TRrKGHTHEMNO COsriaL does cot re oire cer
tificates to bring it into notlne, one dote Is sufficient to
conv.nce the most skeptic! of its wonderful invigorating
effects. Call and irv it. It Is verv pleasant to take,
Kvery Country Merchant should take a tutlv home
with him. It Is an inrtl.-rwnss.ble remedy for every family.
J. II. McLfcAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial
Alto. McLean's Vak-anic il Litiin.tut.
Principal Depot, on the corner of Tbitd and Pine
streets, m. LAuia, Mo.
1ST Prioe, i I 00 per Bot)le.
s? Por sale by ail the principal Merchants and Drag
gists in the city and country. .
IHcL,EANS VI.CA!IC Oil, LINIMrNT.
The greatest remedy ever discovered for Man or Pea?!.
The unparalelled success of this Liniment is a sufficient
guarantee for its astonishing efflcsc . The Lan:e are made
to walk, the Wourdr'd, 1 ruined and Pore are healed, and
alt who use it rejoice in its healing and invigorating ef
fects. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment rosfes curative pow
er superior to all o'her external rerr.eH-s, being so chemi
cally combined as to retain In its combination all the vir
tues of its several ingredient aa ta enable it to penetrate
the minutest vesncls of the body, dissimulating Its henling
Irfluence, rerrovlng the cause of the disea e, and imparting
life, health, strength and vivsciiy to the hole system.
W e see or hear daily ol persons who were confirmed
Cripples. Their arm. or leg' parallzed or drawn rrooked,
their musrles being shrivelled and oontra"ted, who now re.
(nice in their permanent restoration of the u-e ol their
limbs by the use of McLesn's celebrated Volcanic Oil Lini
ment, "Who," then wil' suffer with local pain cr external
diseases when a safe and sure remedy is so easily obtained?
Header, are you athieted with Cancers, Piles, Tumors,
Swellings, Bronoh-ie, Goitre, Paralysis, Chronic or lot! ama
tory Bheumatum, Stlffnefs io your Joints, Contracted
Muscles, Neuralgia, Weakness of the Joints Aluclesor
Ligament. Lar Ache or Tooth Ache, Bruises, Sprains,
Wounds. Flesh Cuts. Ulcers or Pever Sores. Caked Breasts.
Sore Nipules, Burns, Scalds, Incarnation or I'ain", no mat
ter how severe or how long the disei.se has exltted? Suffer
no longer, McLean's Volcaolo Oil Liniment will cure you.
It baa been thoroughly tested in all of the above diseases.
and we hav never known it to fail in giving rpeedy and
1 hat loathsome and distressing dtseas. the riles, which
has heretofore been considered incurable, car. be perma
nently cured by this wouderful Liniment.
Then trine no longer with eommon liniments an i reme
diescall at once and eel a supply of McLean'. Vol.-anle
Oil Liniment. It is a sale and certain cure, aud the only
reliable remedy for the cure of local pal us, sores, swellings,
etc, on man or beast.
J. H. B"cLE AN, Sole rropnetor.
I fT" Principal Depot on the corner of Pine and Third
street, St. Louis, Mo.
C?r For sale by all the principal Merchants ana itu g.
gists in the city aud country. apriJ
riTJB CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY IMA
DISEISC OF THE KIDNEYS,
FEVER AND AGUE.
And tha various affections ootwqoent wpoa a disorder
OUOll AS Iadieilicn. Acidity of tha Stanaeh, Colicky
O Pains, Heartburn, Lo-cf Appcii'e, Despondeacv, Co.
tlveee, Blind and Bleeding Pilr. In all Nervous Khea-
enatie, ana Neara'gie ABecuons, it has. In numero i tn
taaeee, proved hlghiy baoatxiad, aad ia aui.r cfiocl a
1 bis is a rarely vegetable compound, prepared on trict-
ly acWctiBe princti tea, aAar the manner of the celebrated
Holland JroreMr, Boerhave. Becaaaeof its great saeceas
In mot of tha European Male, it introdox two into tha
United Stales was Intended snore cpeciai y for thua of oar
fa i her land scattered bere and there ever the tacw of this
mighty conntry. Meeting with great wiceaaa amueg than,
Ipowofferlt to the Ameoicaa puoiie, knowing in at Its
trvly woaderfui a-aoicicaJ virtae must be sctaewfesdged.
It is psrticularlv rccemteeoded ta thoaa parson abeoe
eoaatitaiioas may have been lirpaired by ibe eouUaoooe
ot ardent tptr W. or other furma f diaiptiu. lies-
c rally ieataataa rose la e , II find !a way directly M
ta msI ol life, UnUiog aad qalckarung every aorve, rata
ir.-g t.p the dmplng nu-it, sod, ta tact, isfuatnf new teaith
auii vn-or la the ttticu.
NOtlCst Whoever arreeta t Bea tais a avrfe win
be disappointed; bat u the sick, the weak aad Saw Sftntod,
it wilt piove a g raieuiJ aroovaUal eurutai, pte.t.tr J w saa-
gular reoMxiiai f rwrutt.
Th. great rpo!rty of th! dcHb M Aroma ka induced
aaarsf ia.ltaU, whrt-h the fanua thoela guard arati-st
purEiuwung. Be not prssad4 to haiy anytutcg rU. usut
jo. base gives Kerr tf i . ii-m asiuri a sair wi.
One bosti will eto vtte ti tow iutmliif -l-c. i-r ;l I
saall tha uaitattoa.
pT curd at t tr wtus,ar ata smtuea for 5, by the
. aout PRoraitroRa -
' rHARMACiUrUTi AD CHEMISTS,
r-ii by Druf-jij fsaeral J l&ru.jhau ,. L ti:ad Mat..
t t-r4 ta .H'"' t .
i . a. it. cvJvut.
' t.j. i -f..
apri dAWly . J.ui I f l-n-jiuaru.
ft T A TT 31 ke.s baatbraada. fur &! tow be
IsEW SER1ES.--U0. 529.
HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From H. 8. SCIIELL late of tho firm of Scnxur, Visschbt- .
Owes A Schbu., United States and Foreign Newspap.
Advertising Ageut, Moffat's Building, 8S5 liroai
way, New York. . , ...
Patent Spriugr f hair a'dlron Fnrnllur
Companv. rtluuufnctery, 04 cfc GU
Duane Street -
Salesrooms, 292 Broadway, IT. Y.
ESTABLISHED 1649. .
EXCLUSIVE Mannfaeturer and PTor-rletors of tl
PATENT ELLIPTICAL STEEL SPKINa CHAIRS, tl
most ele.-ant and luxurious Chairs ia the World- The
look the Premina at the grat World's Fa irs atlondnr
Paris, and New York. Fuitalle for Pa-lors, Libiariet.
Offoes, Counting-Booms, Uotes, and Legnlative Ha'ls.
Piano and Store tools, with or without Springs; new and
beautiful patterns. Iron Setiern Hall, Psrk, and Garden
Chairs : Cemetery Chain and Railing, Ac., Hit, Coat, and
Umbrella Ptands, H nor is and Centre, Pier, Saloon,
and ToiletMart le Tjp Tables. Iron Bedsleaiia, Plain and
Ornamental, Folding and Permacent, for Hotels, Poblio
Inttitu'ions, Striant1--, Ac. Brackets, Gill and BiotSi In
f rrst variety.
Alto, Sole Agents for Sonthgate A Fiske's Patent Screw
Wrench, which excels all others. The att nt'on of Mer
chants is respectfully invited to an examination of the
largest and most extensive stock in America. For sale aft
mc m eai prices jorcaso, wr approvea pper.
Inhi-lm, 8 A MITT. L FISKF.
Joven's Kid .'Glove Cleaner.
JOUTKN'a KID-GLOVE CLEiNER.
JOUVEN'3 KID-GLOVK CLKANKR.J
JOUVENV KID-GLOVE CLKANrR.
JOUVEN'S KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
I 25 cents per bottle,
f 25 cents per bottle,
j 25 cents per bottle.
I 5 cents per bottle.
I 2S rents per bott'e.
r 25 cents per bottle
f 25 cents per bottle,
f 25 cents per bottle.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
One bottle cleans 54 pair.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
One bottle ciear.s 50 pair.
As no oderjproeeeds from the preparation, the'ir'.ove ean
be worn immediately after '.t is cleaned. With a pice of
flannel, apply a small po tion of the preparation very
lightly, and the dirt will inttsntly disappear. It is tho ar
ticle used by the Kid-Glove Manufacturers of Fracce to
impart that purity or finish and softness for which their
gloves are so justly celebrated. It cleans kid slippers and
white and colored kid-gloves elegantly. It is also an ex
cellent article for the toilet and for beautifying the com
plexion, removing tan, pimples, Ac, far exceeds in excel
lence any of the thousand and one preparation i usually
i-old for that purpose. Oce trial, at the trifling expense of
25 cents, will convince any one that the article is ad that it
U claimed to be. Try a bottle of it for 25 cents, and you
ill never wish to be wUhout it. It can be obtained of all
Di n?gtsts and dealers in Fane Goods in Nashville, and at
wholesale, of the sole proprietors, CLARK A CO., 885
I'.BoauwAT, Na-w Yobk. A liberal discount tt the trade.
As there is an inferior article in the market, buyers will be
careful to see that the name of Olabk A Co., is upon each
bottle wh.ch they purchase. Ijune24-3qa.s1
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, by which truch suffering
and misery in families rr.ay be avoided, sent to married
men, and tho?e contemplating tnarriace. Addres. inclos
ing four postage ttanipj. Dr. L. P. PfiOBART. Box 86i'.
New York City. IJune21-8ns.
MODERN ETYLE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE, manu
factured and for sale by N JOHNSON. No. 490 Hud
son St., New York. A large supply kept constantly oa
hand. Circulators forwarded on application as above.
Great Bargains for the Ladies.
FAKCY EOJfNETS AKD MTXLLNEET GCOCS
CHAr iVB, CASH
N order to make room for my Fall and Winter Etock of
goods I will .ell the balance f rry Funcy Bonnets, t-traw
Bonnets, Jipseys, Ribbons, Flowers, Lmbroideries and
Fancy Goods, at coer raids. I am now selling $16 Bon
net for (7, f VI Bonnets for tti; (10 Bonnets lor AS; $5
Bonnets lor 3. Mohair Head Ureases, Kid and PicNie
Gloves, tiik Veils, and other goods at equally reduced
pikes. Now, ladies, is your t.rce to get great bargains
cheap for caah, as tLere will be no credit given. Call boon
be to re they are all gone, at No. 10, Cedar street.
July 2. MR'. 8. J. LLOYD.
VUAND Ol'EIVIIVli UliiPLAV
OP PRFNCU PATTERN
lo. 3i UuioiiStreet,
AT THE KEW Y0SK KI1LLNEEY EMP0E1CM.
'1 'UK Urgest as well at the cheapest stock of the above
X Goods evei opened in this city. Our many customers
in the city and tMoughout the btate ma rely on obtain
ing good barKains of
Piau and Hats,
Head Lresses, flit bins, and
Irinmiiug. French F.owers,
Alantillas, Kmnrotdtri es,
LaUiei Dress Caps,
Patent Eutension fklrts,
ladies Corsets, every style.
And a vurieiy ol other fancy Goods.
We are conftanlly rcccivic; tomethiLg new every day.
Plain and lancy
IIA1U ULO.M), UO.LTS AND HAYS,
Bleached and shaped the prenent style Oy the new Italian
fjBT" Bonnets or llatj that have failed other parties.
warranted to do uone up tsiowa,' bi L'nion street
may I if
K0. SO UltflON STEEET.
A fit OOK i;it is now receiving and opening his
a a. epnng ?uck or
Merchant and MilJiuers wid find it Io their lateret to
give him a call, at his slock is f.tr superior to any kept in
the city. As every one knows what conati tale-, a complete
assortment of M.ilmery t.oos, it is oaeleM to enumerate
srtkl. s. it is enough lor his lady cu Homers to kLow th t Mrs
L'rooker selected this stock, aud ith a view to he inter
est. and la.tca of their pan on. The public may rely upon
being boueatly dealt with, as be doc boiines in bi own
aame. . marchsl
NO, 44 COLLEGE AND 41 AND 43 MARK AT CTREE ,
HAVE now in store and offer for sale, low for cash, or t
prompt dealers on time
j lit OX.
400 tons Tennesaee Charcoal Refined Iron
113 do Baal Brand Pittsburg do
kO do do liaunuered do
id kegs Best Brand Nails and Spikes.
S23 setts Wagon Axle, all sixes.
ISO setts Buggv Axles, do.
14Z pairs Springs, do.
119 boxes Collins, Hunt. A Upplncott's Axes.
t tons Cast, Phear, E. B. and A. B. Steel.
1U e its IS led lire.
44 eo lis Manilla Rope, all sixes.
CASTIX.S AMU WACOM UOXES,
TS tons w.il aaaorted Castings
vU setts Wagon Boxes, all uses.
SHOVELS AMU SPADI'S,
T5 dosea Ames A Rowland's Phovels and Spades.
STUAW-CX lTi:US AMIS tOltS-SIILL-LUM.
80 No. 1 and 9 Plraw CattersSanford's.
Hi Not. 1 anJ t Corn-tbeliers.
General Commission Merchants,
PlHKINa. sepiSA dtwasr
Mckenzie & wilson,
O&IOINAL Palentawaof the TENSESaEEA.", a Wrooghl
iron Cvokibg glove for families, hotels aad p Laxila-
W are now maaubwAurieg 4 stsea a these Stovea, which
are mJr of leniussrs Hrostit Lrcn, aud hav aev.r
Uiid ta pjaae ibo-.e who bave then In ae. A dpk.ma
ta been aarded by the alcTttace Instttuie, aad f rata,
lues by ftata and Division Sa.rtal diQcrcai uatea. Me
arrant '.tea not ou y to be (ottea Bp ta i- feu I stjla,
bat aiao aarrsat thrra to ( 1- a m laoaa be tKircitaae,
Prieaw, 0i; t .i, U, aad 1 15.
Caat Iroa ttvc traos Bm4 ataaa facte rtwa, far woed aad
0Oi. . .
OfSce and PaMer Ptovrs;
Heating etvra, in grvat variety;
lrawiig stove aanj karaacea.
TOUU lTai) UIIS.
W have a kaad a targe aawrUstastaf C0VU0V aad
PARLoa IjfeAil, from ih. pr.irc. ai soaaafacaorM. af
New I or., ruiurS aed Csu.aaatl. Is stria&i U
buy by Ue quaauty, as will t4 at luw rica,
Ilfittiug Furnacea .
V. lav oa tanl l lio i' f.-uu furaacw. t best rs
dwM.ag hvae er puL ix tiuiJ;n, aa uai.ae4 i&a Ui.t
uim at t;. t!-'fai i.i, l-u4'.'a, ever lbs luraaea
ftaat fciw ta, ij, Ucruaa a-J LLSlaad tual i.ui
ke J tWaeal tasiera px, the tst'et aH 'ed.
UM.JUk. a 1UmN.
JBT'i " aaavbaa,
t, v. a jtv .
a. I irLsa.
II. II. IIAYiN'ES & COn
AGFNT3 Foil TUB ri'&CIIASS ASP
e e N. (t'r, ai R, W. f-g krEJl' sud aaaA, X.K Ca
iLrir.t. Naav.e, Tstia. fc j
UfllllUV.-M febl Ixusa Aarera wtiaayj
If Si bbia W exec's Old &,&.. K;
t-J tti Old bo art a a
la ctwre aaJ lur . t
1 CIIATTASOOGA FOUNDEY
Late Master 2T eciaaic ot the KashvLIIa and Chat'
18 PREPARED to execute a3 order in hU line ef boss
nesj at the shortest notice and on the nioii accommo
dating terms, vix : ,.
STATI03TAEY STEAK EXGllfES AND E0HXBJ,
From one to one Hundred Horsa Powers,
J1IXIXQ AND HILL MACHINERY,
j - Of every deeription.
ALL EUTES OK WATFK PIPE3 AlfD FUilP
Car Wheels, Frogs, Ewitchea, . aad all kinda
KAlMtOAU CASTINGS, RUASS. etc-
Horse Powers, Threshing Machlces, Forging of every
EE.IDGE A5D CAS E0LTS.
The endersigned ! a!ro manufacturer of sad agent for tha
at it Ian -tf wa.i
WHEAT A17D COSH" 1ITLLS,
For particulars, see advertisement below
Part cular aUentioa paid to the repairs of Locomotivaa
The highet cash rrires will be raid for old Am r..
and Casting, on delivery. '
K. Pfevenson, Presideal .1,C. and NortL-western
H . 1. A nderson. Ssnerintendent N. A. O. ft. B
James H. Grant, Res. Engineer "
annerson, - Teno. Ala. and IJgeSeld
A Kv. Railroads.
H. Marburv. Pres't MeU. A M. R. .
P. 11. Coffee, Sup't .
a. ttooertion, Esq., Manchester, Tenn.
Celebrated Flouring Mill.
Grinding and Bolting st a single operation. lcah
S.one-Price .5- will torn cut 50 bbla ner so i. i.
e Price S7C0 will turn oottd bbls per dt
is Mill is the cheapest, most simple, durab
, requiring L is poaer, I as attention, as
durable and corn.
in nrl hi
lirer jield and
".fl? or riour. thin
Tenn ' Mi"" Cn b ron,jiD8 lUnptoa,
We also manufacture a very superior Corn and Peed Mill
upon tl.eeame principle.
If any a ma wdl furnish me th e rower, to that I can ran a
22 inch pulle fcoO times an inute, with 8 Inch band, I will not
up the Mill and run it St) days if he will furnish mi as much
W heat as I can grind in that time, at II per bushel and
take the Piour at t per fcbl.I will give him the Mill for tha
net profits, tiler paying for the W beat and all the cape nsea
of running, scd leave the Mid in aa good repair as it was
at tie beginning. Address
, . Athrns, Tenn.
Ferert rces as to responsibility .-Athens, Chattanooga
andKv g!.ton. Jute l.-doin. f"ocsa
1857. MONDaT.'.'is.ISST. 1857.
Columbus and Xenlix.
KXCLIMVLI,! iUBTB! KOl'TB.
ON AND AFTER Til Id DATE TUB
I.1ITLE I1IAI1, VIA COHJ.fllirjf,
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS.
IS THE ONLY ROUTE with reliable connection to an.
from Cincinnau and Pittsbuay u ana
BV AN k" OTHER ROU1 k, Pittsburg aper.,.r. a. a
THE LITTLE MIAMI, YIA COLUMBUS
IS THE ONLY KOLTE toandfrom CiacuinaUand H'h..l
ing or tsteubenviile. v.iucjinauana V htsl
TEE LITTLE MIAMT, VIA COLUMBUS
IS THE ONLY ROUTE to and from Cincinna l Colu'mbo.
Cre.t lino Cleveland and Wheeling, whl ? UVh?S ivi.
press, without change of cars. iu.uis, u
ihi is a greatcom fort to laJies and famllie'
( Ol'UER ROUTE from ClnclnnaU a dangerous
required to overcome Uislance and d.iav.
speed is ri
Cl.ang.ng paaaenger. and baggage at Hciiefunuun. Poreai
anJ cauda.av.au J CHrf c "uunuoe, rorcat
fcl EL'l.EN'tTLLE, I
P IT IV U UK I,
To all the Eastern Cilie.
BAGGAGE CHECKED TJIKOUfSTT
NO CHANGE 0P CAR TO CLEVELAND OR WHEELING
S:fi0 P. M. " " A'M- 10 M-
atern iratns at S A. M in a
PlR-sT TRAIN-Cleveland. Pituborg. Rteuhen.e mnd
oi1 a. RiS'XvXrEzttjz
J:sr&? w-'b-. at
ii . l"l'Mi ritlsburg and WheeTln.
xpres. Mail-Leaves Cincinnati at 10 o'clock a m V
leva-land. Pittsburg and H heeling, ior .I A,J??
BWJOND TRAic,veland, Puuburg ,
stops at all poinu between Cincinnati and
i I1IKU TRAIN Aooommoda tion Leave rin-'n..i - .
o'clock P. M . for rpruigileld, v,USItaClarSV,
tucaster, Zanesville aud Columi,n. " ' tlrclrilJe,
C2'ZZma ,tUP " OUl ClnclnnaU and
POLRllI TRAIN-Cievel.nd, Pittsburg, Pteubenvi'l.
and Vthtseiin K-i.l .v.-. .! . B! ricuuenvi.l.)
Wh-i.n. 7; .ii .i JV . ' ".""" ateabanvili,
" n V ""-a a-SAO aVMSlC rO UKU
This tram .ups at aU pouu between
one train on Sunday at 2:30
o'clock P. M., for Columbus
i r ains i un by Columbus time seven talnu t
Faro aa Low as auy other Iloute.
POR TH ROUG II TICKETS
And al informattoa, plaase apply at the office. No. 9 B
ket Uoue.secood door weal ol Vine street. No. 177 Gib
Uou-e LuiMing. and Old oai.-. a,..,.!.-... i ' V'"'
way and troni, oppoaiu, tp7occr Ho.Tr at 'Z
(Lutle Miami) Depot, taai s-rool stroat. atera
vait. wiuri ixuui lA.at. anu'li P. K
H. P.PClLEst, Oeoeral Agent,
THE OMNIBUS UNI eU for p.ea.0,.r. at all th a
principal hot.ls fcr each and .very ira.a. By leavina At
recuwi at .itberof the aiwve othoe. will ,Z,,i ..7. 'Jz
litri.D all naxtaaf Iha rily "i ' ' '
a " - j w uvhb SAUla
11. B. RCUULE3, Conductor.
M'GOLIUCK Sc BUIliNS.
WHOLESALE AHD EETALL casvF.rTrnipo
ARE opening at their etaiihment, ao Market strait
No. bo. next door to Mr. f.. ..fj . ei "lr
g.neral aaaorlment of Confccl.oueric, which liiey W,
veiling on very raaaonable terms, and trust by their a,i,
tiou to bune,to induce th, pubJiiZ tSTi
liberal share of pairxinage. Among th, aru22
now on hand, aad which ul-v aJ T.-.Y "
lowing, via; ' 7 ....hi, are tn. wi-
f,' of Tr klI!; Brand.es A Wine., beat br-da;
ii-aica, aaaorteu; Cordials, of CVerv vaj-ici.-
Pickled Oisler. aadPardine Iu .a!LV-rjr
fchad and balwon; i m. Cigars. '
im a Variety uf article, oot berem oomeraU.d.
Incoanocuoa with ihelr Coooiiodtv. the in.ii.ik.
attention of the puhiie to ihc.r Bakry, lra which a dii
supply ef fresa Bread, take, and Wastry caa be had.
Parties will be made upte orJ.r.aad earetully sent le anv
part uf the city.
Having permanently located here, we, af course, wjah ia
be palrutiiaed tibvauy to the end. He Intend i n
good terui,and by ear demeanor eaomead oarsclves ta
u. k nd none, of a g.o.rous puoi. He respootfalLy la
vit country Dealer, who are in oar llaa af iru
et a can bI-.r purchasing clwl.er. i-B"
Pfd AlcGOLaUCK A BCRNa.
D It. It. 31 Alt T X i
u. w auaiai BPEUCaS ST ,
DiL JOHN II. CALLEaMJKlt,
will .4Mt. V;.i..a- - '
imcAi i uit prv!a4oa.
rOffica, K0. 33, CET.T.V.Y ST UP STALE.
ia. 31. Ti:3nit:,
OEklt-r:, r AUK Ad lfUHtairp- CfriCE CHSaKT ai
2.U. DOO IO PUT 0FU'. CP briials,
V ill pracwee ia aU the Uoiu LJd.a ia Dvid,u and iam.
6MWIU1U.I, aad will give hj uid.viOaai attauuaa
to BU buatBa lrualJ tw tu ears
V. IL EDWARDS,
Attorney a I l a ay
WiU as'-eu i le ait aastaeM aatnutad ta hi ear.
31. 21. IIOKLE, Jr.,
ATTO 11 . i: V A T I A XV ,
priCK no. si ctiEittiif M..tr. up f ai m, tu
I'M P)RUtKLX tn.vL'5'it.- fc tS- XUoMffOS.
V" I'atirfuiar (UciiUuS gt.en io ih otU3elu of L'.aiB-
sT AU bu.toa ealrad ui tj r. e-.l suect auk
ie J. I'ataa, ... A. U P. C a.
Ot. J. at. laa. .i.B.aar.o4li t.
iaaiBt-irf a l. a ji a rrr.
r.clipse !Stoe Voutulry.
VT this r,i.Jrfl - tr aia COOStlXCJ. PA8LOI a fed
tiaItNii MUV-?,at evrry v.r.iy, HOLLOW WAAat
ui ail aud. .
aA.rvja, a4 Uu e&4 WiS Inwa at all
U'Vrta, Cppr aaJ ?hiwt Itoa War,, !i Cf
I w .-I at eauwaa r it.i l aa fsr cjiI vr t
lii ta.C llr...lL
tTr i.v.r i:.jia (aid to tLX'laj aud Cut.ertng.
tt. s. bi.iaiu.1, fio. t'.l i..
a;... aia-tivil e,ldu3.
Ml I ISTSv Just rpti. I a s.
a.(td.fMilW VSixuvt fci-.lal.
Uteat Sj :a, ai J at n
and C1eve,an7,?IRP R0UTK ,0 Md f'om Clndaaat I
and Cleveland, the only route mnning ear into the Lk
Bhore Lepot at Cleveland.and the on", route wnh u,..fort
gauge Irom tinoina.i to Cleve.and, Dnaktrk
and Bteuoenviiie.and Bi.Calo. "ueeuai
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS
BflNG THRgaORTHsr ROUTE from Cincinnati' to tb a
Ea.-t, a uniform and safe speed is maintained tnneo!
noun are certain. . " -uaeo.
stay. J O. fctCSIT.
aUy.t J. ti. fcul! L.