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5 DAILY, TBI'WEEttLY & WEEKLTi
BMITH, CAMP A CO.,
W. TX. SWITH, 1. I. CKr, TH08. CALLXKDXS. LF.iOIIA
Office, No. IS Deaeerlck Street.
CHATTANOOGA FOUNDRY '
n, per annum, f8 00
"rl-Weekly, per annum,.... 5 OT
Wee1y, per annum, 3 UO
Udi Weekly for two year, or two Weeklies for one
year, in advance, 500
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
TrTBnndersign.1 are prepared to introduce into In
Tenneas e W. F. CHU.O- k CO. '8 PATKNT ELAS
TIC FIRE AND WATKK-PROO CEMKNT BOOKING, and
A-k the attention of Architects, Builders, Railroad Com
panies, and the public to examine itsiuperiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUTLDEB.S should not fail to
xamioe this Hoofing, a- it is better n't cheaper than any
thing in ne. The material forms a hard and smooth tor
face that will res'st the action of the atmosphere in every
climate. It is impervious to water, elastic, and flexible.
It contracts and expands wih the changes of the atmos
phere, and will neither evapor ate, crack nor rot; and, a to
its durability, (here is no question.
It is practically imperishable, and will perfect fully resist
any ordinary external exposure to fire, as is abundantly
proved, and we will warrant It water-proof. We will en
gage to pat our Roofing on over ordinary good i heathing,
old shindies, tar and gravel, tin, sine, copper, or iron roof
It making no difference how steep or flat they may be
for seven dollars per one hundred square feet; It being far
cheaper than any Hoof of the old style, and we are sure it
will five better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the beat thing ever Invented to
cover or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravel roof, or around
chimneys, scuttles, dorraar windows, and putters, where the
tin is rusted through. This Cement can be put on to last
as long as stone, and form a perfect adhesion to any ob-j.-ct
to which it is applied. Tin Roofs can be painted over
(and warranted not to leak) at two d liars and fifty cents
p-r hundred tquare feet, which Is cheaper and much bet
ter than paint. This Rooting will be found to be the best
theng for covering large Roofs where thev are exposed to
fir such as Steam Mills, aw Mi ls, factories. Railroad
Cars, Bridges. Depots, t-tation Houses, Steamboat Decks,
and. In fact, ev ry kind of Roof where there Is an external
exposure from ljv. As the Roof is ptrfect, without ajoint
in it, it presents no chance for lire to communicate, and any
light sut lance will burn out without igniting.
fT-t"" Insurance Oi!ic.--s at Cincinnati, and other places
where Child A Co.' Cement has been used, insure Build
ins with Hoofs covered ith this Cement, at the same
rate as for those coverei with Iron, Copper or Tin.
(?tf- The Cement will be furnUhed to those at a distance
with directions lor usin.
CrT" Orders f ent o the undersigned, through the Post-
cmce.wulbe promptly attended to
J. T. NATIIORPT,
I"o. 24, Spruce MieeU
TESTIMONIALS AND REPKREXCES.
Orrici Buckets rriTt Insurasc ToitPiHT, I
Cixciknati. Dec. 16. ISMS I
To all whom IT mat concchm: This is to certify that 1
have examined specimen and Roofs of W. E. Child A Co.'i
Klasiic Fire and Wat,er-Proof Cement Roofing," and be
iieve it to be eminently superior to any other kind of Roof
ing in use. I was an eye witness of a severe trial of one of
tbe-e Hoofs from a large volume of flame from an adjoining
bui'd ne. which struck directly upon the roof and cornice
for nearly half an hour. It stool the trial beyond all ex
pectation, and taved the building, T. M. HAteKtLL,
President Buckeye State Insurance Co.
ClSCIHSATI AOXMCT ROTAL IltHnSASC CoMFAST, )
February 6, 1S57. J
S have examined W. E. Child Co.'s "Manic Fire and
Water Proof Cement Roofing," and. as far as I can Judge,
ronaider it a great invention, and am willing to Insure
buildings I'. us protected upon the same terms as I insure
those covered by metal. JNO. 8. LAW,
Agent Royal Ins, Co., London and Liverpool.
From 3. B. Bennett, General Agent of .Etna Ins. Co. for the
Southern and Western States.
Cincinnati, Jan. T, 1S.17.
Having made cdnsl Jerable Inquiry as to the merits ol the
Patent Elastic Cement Kooflog," introduced intothiscity
by child Co., 1 find it to he highly reconmended in this
city by many exctllent 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 f r my next roof, which will
Be next summer having intended to use tin, but will try
the virtue, of the '-patent Elastic Roofing" a a substitute.
Yours.truly, J- B. BENNETT.
Orrics or ths Cur, Ham ajid Dattob Railroad.
Childs Co.'s Patent Cement Roofing is now used here
on our best class of Huilding. We are covering our Freight
Cars with it, and our Master Mtchanic reports very favor
able to iU - 8- 8. L'iiOMM&DltU, Pres.
Orrics or tbi Ohio akd Mtssissin Railroad Co., I
Cincinnati, Jan. 7, 1367.
Dbae Pis: In answer to your icqeiry, In reference to
cur opinion as to the practical use of jour Koof in the cover
Dg of cars, we may say that from our observation .we en
tertain a very favorable one, so much so, that we intend
testing it thoroughly on roofs of buildings, can, Ac ; after
which we will with pleasure give you our dol led opinion as
to its utility. Yours, truly, E. LlPPeNCOTT,
Supply Agent Ohio 4 Mi s. R. R.
XV Since the above was written, the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad have contracted for covering ti eir ears, de
pots and bridges between Cincinnati and Vincennes, with
this Cement, considering it the best article they have used
for the purpose.
H. C. Lord, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroad.
E. OasT, Pres. Wilmington and Zaiville Railroad.
A.M. Mablcs. Pre Merchants' Manufacturers' Ini. Co-
Jal H.Castsr, Agent for .tna and other Hai third Co.
li-jfRT Moktust, Pres. Central Insurance tympany.
Go. Carulk, President Lsfayelte Bank.
Oi.fi. W. t orn-. Bell ManuPr, No. lui tail Second U
Bakr k Vo Puoi., No. 62 Fourth St.
Fzra. Bailst, bra th St., between Fourth and Fifth.
J. Oopkm, Tailor and Draper, Fourth St.
t'lLKd (tsEKNWiKiD, Iron foundry.
Judge W. V.I-nousoy.
Jobs Hhillito k Co-Ory Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
Mitghkll RAMMKLBBa. furniture Manuiacturers an
Dealers, Fourth L
W. TI. Stkwabt, Bu.lder 845 Plum sU
MuuwsrrHsaai Ptilwxl, Louisville.
u. 8. McUbtnoluh k Co., Clarksville, Tenn.
CLEANSE THE BLOOD AND CURE THE SICK
Invalids. Fathers. Mothers, Physicians, PhiUrr
thropists, read their Effects, aid judge of
FOR THE Cl'KE Of
Headache, Sick Headiche, Foul Stomache.
PiTTtBCBO, Pa. May 1, 1S55.
Pa. J. O Ateb. Sir: I have been repeatedly cuied cf the
worst headache aiy bo ly can have, by a -dose ft two of
your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach, which
they cleanse at once. If they will cure othtrs as they do
me, the fact is wortn knowing.
Youri with great respeet ED. W. rRVBLK,
Cfert of Stetimer Clarion,
Bilious Disorders and Liver Complaint.
llSr-AkTMKKT Or TUB INIIUtloK. 1
Wamiiic irros. D. C. 7 reb.. 1 6. t
Fib: I have nsed jour Chit In my general aid hoplta
practice ever since you made thmn.and cannot herniate to
say they are tlie best ctthartio we em loy. Their regula
ting action on the lirer is o iick and i ecided, conequi-nily
thev are an ad nirnhle remedv for deranirments of that
organ. Indeed, I have seldom f.raod a case of li'iou Ui-
Mum so obstinate that it did not readil yield tn them.
Fiaternally yours, ALONZO BALL, M .,
J'hyitician of the Murine llitepilal.
Dysentery, Belax and Worms.
Poer Prnvu, Habtlamd. Liv. Co., Miob.. Nov. 16, ISM.
Da. Atbb: Your I'tlls are the perfection of Meticine
Th'y Lave done my mife more good thin I can tell you.
Ehe bad heen ick and pining away for months. Went off
to be doctored at great exprnue, but got no better, rhe
then commenced taking your Pilln, which soon cured her, by
expelling large quantities of worm, (dead) from her buoy
They afterwards cuted her and oar two etdldren of bloody
dy-entc-ry. One of our neighbors had it bad, and my wife
cured him with two doses of your Puis, while others uround
m paid from five to twenty dolli rs doctors' bill., and loit
nioch time, wi bout being cureJ entirely even then. Such
a medicine as yours, allien 1 actually good and honet.
will be prised here. GEO. J. G Klrrl.N,
Indigestion and Impurity of the Blood.
from Hee. J V. Uhne, 1'tttiorof Adonii Church, Bceton
Dr. Ateb: I have uied your Pills with extraordinary suo
ces in my family an I among the I anciliej to vinit ia
distreu. To reg date the ornan of digestion and purify the
blood they are the very best remedy I hate ever known.
and I can conuuentlv recommend them to my rrien u.
Yours, J, V. UIMES.
Wabsa w, Wvomibo Co . N. T Oct. 4. 1S."5.
Dbab Fib: 1 am u ng our Cathartic Villa in my practice,
an.ttliid them an excellent purvalve to cleanse the ystcm
and purity the lounlaiua of ihe btood.
JUMN G. MCACIIAM.H. I.
Erysipelas, Scrofula King's Evil Tetter, Tumors
and alt heum.
from, a Forvxtnlbig Mervlatnt ttf St. IauU, Ftb 4, 1S5C.
Da. Ataa: Your Piils are the paragon of all that i great
10 medicine. They have cured mv little daugh'er of ulcer-
out ores upon her hsmU and feel that ha proved incurable
lor year, iter mother has been long and gncvoutlyaf
Uicied with blotches and pimples on her .kin and in her
hair. Afier our ch.l.l aascu'd,she alo trie 1 o ir Pilla,
anil tuey nave cureu her. ASA MOKt.UIUUE.
Eheurcatlsm, Neuralgia, and Gout-
from th Hec. Jr- Juutu, of U,e HelAoUuit K Church.
I'vlahkI MociB, Savabbah, Ga., ,'an. 6,106.
HobokbdSir : 1 thould be urgraieful for the relief jour
kill hat brought nc if I d,d nut report my raw to ou. A
cold tellled iu uiy lunbs and brought oa excrutaUog neural
gic patux, which cooed in crcnio rheuuianam. No wi b-
st.in.ling I had the be t of pbyaicians, the dtsraae crew
woise and morse, vntil, by Oe advice ol your excellent
grnt in Baluniore, Dr. alacKensir, 1 tried your Pills.
Their (fleets ere slow, hot sure. By perscverwg lathe
ase of them I am now entirely w. U.
Ssxatb Cbambkb. Hatob Rouge. I a.. C Dec . IS5,
Da. Atsjl: 1 have been eutuelf cured by owr Puts ef
RheuuialiO Gout a painful diaeaa that h d aitltetwd sue
forvear . YINCtNT tUUUX,
For Iropy, llctlieru or kindred Cotu
pialnta requiring au active pur fe, they are aa excel
i for t'oall renew or Conallpattlen. anil
SI a ft, Iliister 1'ill.lhcy are areet4e aud ei!e'ual,
t'ita buppresataii, 1'Mrui y aiw, J n I i m u
nsittiuus aud even ixulueaa, ai.d 1'asrtiaal
lllii.Uiieww, bare teen cured by the alterative aeuon
of iheae Pil s.
Mot ol the piLs In market contain Mercury, which, al
Ih'iuttb a valuable remedy ia sktl.fui bands, u dangerous ia
a publie pi 1, from fie dreadful conaequences that fre
quently follow it In ea at ous ue. These coutaia n tuer.
uryor miurral.ubaiai.ee whatever,
. PaEPAHED BT DS- J. C. AYES.
Practical and Analytical CheinUt, Lovcil, 2Iais.
Aui! sold wholciale by
BSHRY pvAilViJLLK, Naihvilie.
Bet ll by
JJ. G. B: OU'N.aidall dr jggiftsln this City.
FKIKHfcON A HAW a IN.-, Columbia.
TiiOMAd k BUO..Clarkvd.e.
K. D. ItfcittY, fchelbj vide.
SCiiilX A BLACK Mo UK, Gallatin
And ail dealer ia mwoiciue ver where.
Jtiuel.-im. ' " A4vrTila;ng Agent.
l Kj O I F.l C TO II 1
MAKK8 FLOWS of th bt mate- ,
rial and in gret .arlely. H-O.-' ....ii rt
Rr roughl iron ana eti muuih buuu
ghl ana lell tasunusi,
A. W. PUTNAM, Proprietor.
tuiflft W tn-t A W
Taow. EAxr, Manfr.
HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From 8. M. PETTINGILL k CO'8 ADVERTI6LNG AGENCY
119 Nassau Street, New Yotc,
And No. 10 State street, Boero.
P. A Co., are Agentr for the tnsst Influential and largest
circulating CommercialPapen boih in the United States and
Cordage, Oakum, &c.
SlUITIff, CCOI'I II A (O., 1S2 Front ft., New
Yoik, ar-'d Ichtoj nouias st.. New OrltanB, Mann
scfurers of Ccirtuce, t ki tr, sr., of!er for sale a full as
sortment of !ari!la ar.d Tarred Rope Navy and Extra
Oskcm, deliverable in New Ytrk or New Orkatt.
ma 16 tin
T'O sell Cecds for a n-RncfciuTiEg houfe in this City.
Falsrv from fit II to er n orthaad exjenpes,
On receipt of 110, we will forvurd 8inp!es bv Express
with instructions; or, address enclosing P. O. Etatcps for
particulars, C. B. OhVIS,
Beat Frtcte and Stock Broker,
No. SU, Elm it.. Cinricnsti, f hio.
June 1 1yd. Tott Oflice box 840
ST. LOWS ADVERTISEMENTS.
Trots the Newspaper Advertising Agency of JAMES
DCDDERIDGE, No. 14 SecondStreet, ST. LOCI8. Mo.
No. 212 N. Main St., Corner of Morgan,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
French Enrr Kill Etones,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS,
Euober Beltingr. Lacing Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire and
Hill materials generally.
PEICES OF LEATHER BELTING- OAK-TANKED
1-8 in.' 4c
8-16 " 6
1-4 " 8
8 8" 12
ft 8 ' 20
0 Ho i 2
a. . 5; a c.'"
1 Tn. 10 in. 88
IV " 10 10 " 87
2 " 14 11 " 9'
23tf ' IS H,V "
8 " 22 12 " 1 .'
8 " 2H IS " 1 4
4 " flO 14 1 84
4 " 8t 15 " 1 46
5 " 1 " 1
Slrf " 42 17 " 1 7D
46 18 M 1 82
(X 50 19 " 1
7 " 6S 20 " 2 10
TX " 21 " 2 24
6 " 6 'it " 2 RS
(X " TO 23 " 2 52
9 " 75 24 " 2 66
ovf " f-n
Double fcelts, Double Price, (made to Order.
101 FOURTH ST
T3Z3 INT XJUIXjIDINGS)
St. Louis, 31 o.
I TARE pleasure in Informing the lorertot the Fine
Abt3 that my Mock of Artists' Materials, Engravings,
etc., etc.. is full and o.rt pVt-; and as to variety or qual
ity cannot be surpasMtd in the W est.
Artists and Amateurs, may depend upon always finding
at this establishment CRAYONS, CRAYON PAPfK.WATe.lt
COLORS, Ac, Ac Orders promptly fitted. Goods care
fallv packed and sent to any parlor the country.
If- Kememher the place. No. lul Posrth street, (Ten
Buildings,) St. Louis. Mo.
march4 deoiCV6ra JAME3 SPORB.
r rrs t'l .i irnni, f -
iuimhTj iiii oiu vi ii un iiaii-.a txt.
No. 10 Broad st., and 04 South Market st.,
I a si i v 1 1 , 1. 1: t i : N .
STOVES, TIN WAIt I', etc.
TCST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, A LARGE AND
tJ complete assortment of Cooking and Heating Htoves,
of every sise, price and pattern, that is brought to this
We are manrfictaring the Wrought Iron Cooking Ftoves
of all izes, ranging in price from (40 to of the best
and heaviest niateri.il.
Tin Ware wholesitle and retail.
Copper and fheet Irn Work for all kinds of Machinery,
Steamboats, Stationary Engine;, Ac, Stills and bialilery
Work, trade at the shortest notiie. rod a founts made and
repaired: roofing and rpoutlng done with neatness and dis-
patch; in fact, eveivthing, that requires Tin, Cepper, or
Sheet Iron, u done by us in the be.-t manner, and ai cheap
as any. COM.EY k JollNSdN,
No. 10 Broad 8t. and VI South Market st.,
June 9. Nashville, Tenn.
IE -tSL. Gr 33 ' S
PERPETUAL LIME KILN.
spills KILN will burn four bdndred bushels of Lime
J. Stone (which, if good stone, ts ciual to one thousand
bufhel of slacked lime) in twenty-fonr hours, with four
cords of wood, and is perpetual in its operation, the lime
being drawn once in three to six hours, fro n the base, and
replenished at the lop of the cupola. This is but Ihe or
dinary every day capaci'y of the Kiln, as has been abund
antly demonstrated by those already in operation. II
also makes much better lime tr-an that burned in the or
dinary way, all the stone being perfectly burned.
Any number of reli.ibie ceruhcaiea to the capacity of
t lie mid, and any other Information in reft rence to it.
rill be lurnlaned, oo application by letter or otherwise, to
the subscriber, who is agent for the sale of rights and put
ting up nuns in the State of Tennesee.
J. A. JtlCU ARDFON.
McMinnville, Jan. 26, ltS7. Jan30 d 9m
GUN POWDER AGENCY!
iiavi: i .hi(;a.ii:,
h95 keirs I) L" POST'S K1FLK POWDER,
XtiO " lie a tees'
l.V " Kentucky Rifle "
l.fKil blading M
RiNi.i'ik) feet fafetv Fue. f. A. Mcf!I.L. Arent.
t'Ai'.i ii a ui.m;.
ILL keep contantlv oo hand a supply of Dry and
Darkling V Inea, which 1 will furnish the trade at Cin
cinnati prices, fretg't'. added. T. A. McCA' L,
Apl I Agent.
KLLIS & wooiu:,
I TAVIN'G mate important adu.;.ons to our machinery,
. -a. at.it greatly i.n-reaej our icihtici lor manutaotunng
Stsasi Lboisw and Michinery of every description, are now
prepared to manufacture steam Engines and Boilers equal
in point of onuh and nuraoimy to any made in the West,
an at as low prices. Having been practu-aJy engaged in
the Manufacture of MarhiDnj-y In Nanhvilie for the last fif
teen years, and giving our erwonl attention to the manu
facturing Dcpartiurut, we feel cuufliieut that we can give
satisfaction to all who ma v favor us with their orders at our
old stand, Nos. SJ and Market street, near Broad, Nash
Ailaind. of work for Flour Mills, Fleam Boats. Bw Mills,
TobAOOo factories. Batiks. Jails, Ac, Acw executed promptly,
and at the lowest raah prices.
NEW IRON FOUNDRY.
BEG leave to Inform their friends and tbe public that they
hav. asw In operation a larre and exteuaiv IKON
FOUNDRY, adioimiig our Machine Shop and are pra-
TILL ALL 0EDEB3 PROMPTLY,
For every dwscrinUco of t'AVI l..N thatmav be called
ior, ana as rneap as it can be dun west of the uounlaio.
Mux uaaauao, lloaaa i'owkjw, Aaa Waiuavr,
awa vacLTw, w uuu piu aad UrruM, Usat Uaag,
Wats W aaaiA, Coax Cattfjiaaa. and all Cnsu.
aswd in the eoustroction of Fluur Mills, Saw Mills, Farnaee,
avu'i iswwKugs. sbuc so oruer ai snort nolle.
W will ao furaab wvwry dwwenixtoa of fele&m and Water
atacmuery at me inw( piw. Pauer mada to order, and
no marge ior m oi pattern whJca w have la oar Foundry
iu bi(iihi prices paid ia wort fur old Iron.
aLLIs k MijORK,
81 Mirkeiim.i Urr.A
Jan. T, 5T ly N aahvillw. Teoe.
IICILDFRS. Iloaaeholders, Ac, are requeued to take eo-
j lice urn u.e uo iem noevi. Having toaoe the aeewasary
arrangements, and secured th swrvwes ef aoatpwUst
workmen, u now prepared to take
la the ho ef hts vocation, la all ft various braarhc.
Ia ih twpartmeal of Hut re PAINTISU ih. .,.i r-h.e
is reparw4 to waecul with th greatest erotw utnwaa. all
eontraeu, however lre, which w ar be tcaawred. u. awtjas
aat upua torui whKa cannot tail u give Mia.'4i-ti..o
11 ia a!o preprwl vo vaeeulw all maau.r .f iiit IVA
OKNAUkNTAt.r'AlNriNU.UilAlMNu AND M A K b U U
baviag ia thai deparitBcat warn) th wrtkiuuf Un ma.i
cspwit aa4 exper t uce 1 aruau.
tin aebaorifawr woo d rsuat peraoa barter wrrk Iw hia
iia to give biui a c4 twtur saaaitig eaal wrtajeaieuu.
, . L.li.NU,
No. 1 Cnioa stbctereo thorrv ...J .....
fair Priwe, and Choice aww au(ai
k. pi. txi rowdwrwd auxar
ia aior ana ior i tf
W U trVkUH, CO.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From YISCHER OWEN k CO., Gen'l Advertising Home,
Arn-rroK' Bpilpiko ,S46 Broadway, NewJTork
Godfrey's CeleLrated Cordial Gin.
IT CHEERS, EOT DOE? NOT INEBRIATE.
TBTS cneqaaled beverage possesses medicinal proper
ties of the highest order. It is manufactured espe
cially for and by the Proprietor and Patentee, of the best
materials, and has all the merits without the deleterious
effects of any other O n either in Grest Britain, Holland,
or tt.is country. UUlFhEY7s Ci LI URATE D CORDIAL
GIN has been adopted by eminent physicians as the pur
est acd troft efikaricrts diflnEive stimulant and diuretic
which maiicfacturing skill Las yet given to the world. It
is rntirely eierrpt Ircm thote tkihtl'c drinks which beget
a tliir;t fi r stiir ulD ts. Orders to any amount promptly
filled by the Proprietor.
Importer of Brandies, Gin, Wines, Ac,
JuneSO 8m. 16 fouth William 6tN. Y.
Godfrey's Celebrated Cordial Bitters.
iMmirAniTi-n frnvin iwr. orrf inm
A POSITIVE and palatable Remedy for general Debili
ty, Dyrpepsia, Ixss of Appetite, and all disorder! of
the digestive Organs.
The Inventor and Proprietor of Godfrey' Celebrated
Cardial Litter in recommending them as an unrivalled
tcnic and inUgorant, is sustained by the best medical
authorities of iurcpe and America, as well as by the
multitudes who have tested them. As a restorative they
stand alone. Thousands who are now languishing might
awake to new existence by this powerful renovator. Ihe
dyspeptic who resorts to Godfrey's Cordial Bitters, finds
the benefits permanent. Upon the vital organs, they ex
ercise a direct sanitary icfluetee, and yet their agency is
as mild as salutary. For general debility, sinking at the
stomach, loss of appetite, sick headache, or mental de
pression, hypochondriasis, broken sieep, flatulence, faint
ness alter exercise, irritability, coolie, coetivenees, and
all disorders of the nervous system, their benefits are in
calculable. Purchasers are cantioned against all impositions.
Central Depot, 16 8outh William . T.
juneSO 8m. GEO. GODFREY, Proprietor.
DIt LAIinONT'S PARIS AND LONDON MED
ICAL AOVISKR AND MARRIAGE GUIDE 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, fl and
fourltiter stumps. Mailed free. Among its contents is
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the n ale and female,
all their diseases and veaknestes; latest din;overies in re
production; a new and healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
oneijuailed Paris and London treatment of Gonnorrhoea,
Gleet, Mrictures, Syphilis, Primary and Constitutional,
( n issioDS, Impotency, Ac, at 8'i Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Addreos letters to box 844 N.
Y. P. O. "We recommend Dr. Larmont to the sfliicted
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Book, Mercury, Atlas 1'oU.ce Gaaeite, etc.
E T Z & C
IMPBO VED KEROSENE, CAMPIIENE, FL UID,
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IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
MADE TO ORDRR rnR
CHURCHE3, COLLKGtS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Xo. 132 William st., near Ihilton, Sew York.
riO FAHIII.ir.S, A rumphlet (stating all the modes
X. of preventing conception, will be sen to you on receipt
of a letter stamp to "Box 844 New York Post Olhee," or Dr.
LAKvioNT, b'i Mercer street, opposite tt. Nicholas Hotel
New York. mar 27 Cmdv.
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STLI.MV AY A; 5iO.S, ITIunulaclurers,
Q A WALKER BTREET, NEW YORK.
Medals in Competition with the best makers S"
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Bal-i
TWO FIRST PRIZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair,
Washington, March, 18f5.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York, No
vember, 1SSS, (being the only gold medal given for Pianos
within the last six years.)
A GOLD MEDAL at the Maryland Institute, Baltimore,
THE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New York, November, lt-56. Among the Judges were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
Gottcchalk, Wollenbaupt and many others. St. k 8. Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame,) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Piano
pacled and shipped without charge. Prices moderate.
C F. XII lit STOSI 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.
lie would resiectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Ba&3, Mr. W. U,
Whitoh, and Mrs. J. P. W. Brow.
Mr. T. can be seen at 84 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 709, Postoffiee, Naahvil'e, will receive at
tendon. May S tf.
NEW AND IMPORTANT
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
ENGRAVINGS OF THE SEALS OF THE PATENT OF
FICE OF GREAT BRITAIN, ECOLE de PHARMACIE
PHARMACIES de PARIS, AND IMPERIAL COLLEGE
OF Mr.DlCINE, VIENNA, are affixed upon each wrap
per, and around each case of
Triesemar JVo. 1, 2, and 3.
Thus protecting the public against iMrriTiowg, which are
liable to tbe severest penalties courts of law can award.
DR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial College of
Vienna, and Royal Collegeof Surgeons, London, may
be personally consulted at his residence, 157 Prince street,
(few Mo kf west of Broadway ) New York, from 11 in the
morning till 2. and from 4 till 3 In the evening, (Sundays
excepted,) unless by special appointment.
TRIESEMAR No. 1. is the Remedy for EELAXTION,
SPKItMATORRHCEA, and all the distressing consequences
arisuig-fY'm early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence in bot climates. It has invigorated and restored
to perfect health, thousands of the del ilitated who are now
in the enjoyment of all the Function of Manhood; and
whatever may be the CAC8EL, 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 it mild and aggravated
forms. Gleets, Strictures, I-iitxtion of trie A ladder, non-retention
of the Urine, Pains of the Loins and Kidneys, Rod
those disorders where Copaiva and Cubibs have rolling
been thought an antidote, to the ruin of tbe heal-h of a vast
portion of the population.
TRIESEMAR, No. Ill Is the great Continental Remedy
for Syphilis and Secondary Symptoms. It also constitutes a
certain cure orScurvey, Scrofula, and ail impurities from
the vital stream, so as altogether to eradicate the virus of
disease, and i a never failing Remedy for thatclaas of dis
orders which ao'ortunafTly the English phyrician treat
with Mercury, te the inevitable destruction of tie patient's
constitution, and which all the Sarsaparilla in tbe world
TRIESE.M Alt, No. 1,8 and S, are prepared in the form of
a Insenge, devoid of taste or smell, and can be carried in the
waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases, and divided into separ
ate doses, as administered by Valor au, Ladman, Uoux, Ri-
cord, Ac. Ac. Price $& ecb, or four cases in one for S9,
which saves f 3; and in f '27 case, whereby there ts a saving
Special arrangements having been made with the various
Exprerses, the nine dollar cases of Triesemar, and the larg
er aiscs, are forwarded by Dr. Bartow, carriage paid, imme
diately on receiving a remittance, to any part of the world.
securely packed and addressed according the instructions
or the writer, thus securing to the public genuine European
preparations, and effectually protecting them irom spuri
ous perniciou imitation. The three dollar case sent as
usual, but not free of carriage.
To be had alse, from Dr. Barrow, that beaaufully Illustrat
ed and popular work, "HUMAN FRAILTY, or PHYSIOLO-
OICAL KESEARCHKS." It describes in a clear and lucid
manner the cause and effect of the disease above enumer
ated, with instructions for their prefer treatment and cure.
Price cents. Sent free to any address.
Address DK. bARKOW. 157 Prince Dtreet, (few block
west of Broadway,) New York. nov& lydv.
LYONS & CO.,
IKP0HTES3 AND WHOLESALE DEALE23 IN
BRANDIES, WINES AND LIQUORS,
UI AL.1J IV. 1 VV,
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,.
No. ll;Cedar-st., IVashville, Tcuu.
fl'HE undersigned are constantly making additions to
X their alreaov vrv large and finelv aborted lock cf
C oJ in their line, and respectful!? solicit a continuance
of the very libeial patrouage hither o tie-lowed on Lhem.
vt are now, better than ever, enabled to oCer our cua
tcmrra every inducement to purchase from u. 'Oar stock
comprires In part, the fuUawic? article:
M paekagea rrtnch ttrandv, of the ones! brands;
bo Madi ria, fherrv and i'ort "A lne, extrc qualities;
60 lioiland lin, Ja -aiea aod frl. lrox Kara; Bour
bon, klonocga he I and other Vthfities; fewaet
Malaga, with a full assortment of all kind of
00 boxes Lyon k Co.1 hirdhm Sehaapp;
loo Ljron A Co.' celebrated Medicated Brandy;
lio M Hoatetter k Mills' Buter and ttfeca' Aromatic
S00 t-oxr French, CegH-rb and Amerlca.i Plcklrw.Baaov.
Catsup, utives, taperi, tioita, Prewrres,
rraady Fruiu, tretb talu.on, 1 rw&b Lobetera;
V bote Eardmea;
do o ;
iomii rrean tor oyster.
tiVI boxes extra Ca Chewing Tobacco:
lid Ceirbrated rocahoataa -icoung Tobaoco;
tk'v GlaxrJ, tnamel ad iottier Pipe.
S?0,tw0 Baaaa Ojara, cou slating la part ol the follow-
Dg wwd known brattda
Laiarav, Ouit-ibos, Magnolia,
.Na4i.eoa 1 Jot, Flee d Cbarlurtos,
Mwatunvtoo. aurwaa, rnnctpes.
And rinvii ouer ravoriie am ia.
W are determined t put ur good at ihw very lowest
price, and ii guarxatca aatuiacuua ta au aaiea. ail are
rtcifuUy lavt,U to iaauiim ear atocx.
liu.m a vtj i iMitn.,
Near le Post O&ea.
New Ice Crfaia
and Soda W&ter
O O JKT.
NO. It CEADEEiCX rTRItT,
EErSeonUantly em tiae.4 Has aawortffienl of Cn-
fxumanw), Srvuu. U-1 ara, AM, . wui, .,
duitugUi Hunt keep a awpyly ot IwK Calta, si Ice
bat ea-iiy. ii rwapecthiiijf aa a shaxs ef puid6 Pat
J), .! i
JLate Irrivals :
Ww have recently received our Second Purchase of
Boots & Shoes, Rats & Straw Goods,
And can row offer to Merchants buying in this
market an exteriive stock of
FRESH AND DESIRABLE GOODS.
CAKDXEIt, SHEPHERD & Co
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
J. DUNCAN & CO
I r'or Q &litV, which W ;
ipt of a large and complete stock of
OOUJJi), or new styles and sope
are selling at reduced prices. Mew
styles Organdies and Muslins and Dress Goods of ail duali
50 cases New Style Prints.
80 do Bleached Domestic.
5 do 10-4 and 12 4 Bleached Eheeting-.
2 do Linen rheetings.
1 do Pillow case l inen.
8 do New Fancy Linens, tc, e.
We have now in Store a very large and complete assort
ment of Goods which -e are selling at very low prices to
close out. G.eat inducements a-e offered in fame styles of
Goods. A. J. DUNCAN CO.,
Juae6. No. C9 Public Equare.
NEW GOODS, JUST EECEIVED!
WE have now In store the largest and best assorted
stock of Staple and rancy DRY '-00 OS thatwe have
ever before offered in this market, to which we invite the
particular attention of city and country merchants.
AL.SO, NOW ITV STORE,
a large stock of Heady Made Clothing of the neatest style I,
and of the very best qualities.
il6 Cases ofPannama Hats, Leghorn nats.Palro nato; Fine
Boa Fur Hats; Fine Fancv Silk Bonnets ; Sort Straw Bon
nets; Boys', Missea'.and Infants' Hat, Cap, Ac.
90 cases of Boot and Shoes, assorted kinds, for Spring and
II A It I) WAKE A!VD CCTLEKY,
A larpe an 1 well selected line of Hard-Ware.
All the above Goods will be sold under the market price
for cash and prompt four-month's paper. Give us a
chance at you ; we charge nothing for showing yon throngh.
marl4- TRABUE k LUCCS.
GIIOVEU & BAKKll'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES.
Promotes the leisure, health and happiness of home.
IVo. 15, Public Square, NawlivlIIe, Tenn.,
in the 8tore formerly occupied by W. H. CALHOUN.
IV. 405, Broadway New York.
No. 18 Summer Street, Boston.
No.lGl,Clictiiiut Street, l'liiladelphia.
l . t - "rj?-a, - v"sa.' -- 1
Reason why this Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.
1 Because it is the only Sewing Machine in
the world ever invented, so constructed as to
folly meet the demands of families for general
2 It 19 very simple and ia cover liable to get
ont of order.
3 It makes a seam which will not rip, though
every third 6titch is cut.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
o it sews witn two needles, making any
engtti stitca desired.
6 It sews from two ordinary spools, and
thus all trouble at winding thread is avoided;
wtule the same Machine can be adapted at
pleasure, by a mere change of spools, to all
varieties of work.
7 The same Machine runs silk or linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal
8 Th is Machine will sew in the sleeves of a
coat with the same ease and facility that it
sews a straigLt seam.
y i iiis Machine can be rnn to make one
thousand five hundred stitches per minute.
10 The seams are as elastic as the most elas
tic fabric, so that it is free from all liability to
break in washing, ironing or otherwise.
it i tie sticnes maue by this machine are
more beaatiful than any other made either by
nana or machine.
The price of these Machines at office Iu New
York, range from $75 to $150: an additional
charge of $10 only is made on each machine
over New York prices at office in Nashville, to
defray expenses of" importation, to., to Nash
ville. II. 11. UKOUKWAY, Sec'y.,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
Prices of tbcte machines rantre from
)8jlOliu. IMaichxa tf.
XT. 33 O "7" ii. X .
THE subscriber take this method of informing hi old
customers and friends and tbe pubiie generally, that
ne nas ren.oveu nis uaraware More from the old stand on
Market lrset, to No. 68, in the large brick building, lately
erected on the South side ef Broad street, where be keep-
eonstahtiy on hand and make to order th various articles
embraced In his line of business. He invites especial at
tention to hi large assortment of CASTING, liuLLOW
WARfc, BRASS, Ac , such as ManUe and Coal Grates, Wag
on Boxes, Plow Mo Id j, Straw-Cutlers. Orrn-Sheiiers. Corn-
Crushers, Mill-Crushers, Balcony Work and Iron Fencing,
uonee- nuns, lea mettles, urass Ktttles, Dog-Irons, Candie-
euckr, ana an almost enuiesa variety of other article.
JaniJ-tf ANDREW ANDERbON
B S, WKLLEll.
AGEICTJLTUEAL JVND SEED ST0EE
SO. ST. SOUTH MARKET ST.. HASHVLLLE.
I I AVING established a general Agricultural Depot at
-LA the above plac-,I desire all my old and true friends,
ana tne pubito at large, to call and see me, and examine
my stock in trade. Thresher, the latest and most ap
proved Mowers and Reapers, Barnhill unrivalled corn and
cotton Drills; Brin:e'a premium Plows and Cultivators, of
Kentucky; Garden Seeds, of every variety; also. Clover,
iimotny, tuue urasa, urcbara Grass, Canary, Hemp and
Rape Seed, Buck w I eat and Bailey, constantly on hand.
All kind of Agricultural and Horticultural Implement on
AU kinda of Copper, Tin, Bra' and Sheet Iron Ware
(till manufactured, and Biovea, Grate. Ao , ior sale. Ag
ricultural Iu.piemeuts not on hand, ordered and sold at the
uaMilaclarer'i price and transportation. Also, Tinner'
Machine and Hand fool froaa Peck, Buiilh A Co. Manu
factory. Southington. Gcna.
Juai received a supply of Bush, Lima and Cora Bean.
rnnipKin eeeo. ror sale low lor cash,
mayxlr. B. B. WELLER.
TO TIIOSi: WHO HIDE!
alatnaiacturer of Carriage, Coetei Bugjie,
o. 69 Lower Market Street. NaaliTllUi
JAM now manufacturing every variety
aid style of vehicle, from the plainest rV -CJ' -
oo to lite moot bcauuiul and elaboratly
finished tu- out.
Having engaged Crst-claa workmen, and obtained a large
amoont of the best ef (lock, 1 am prepared to do work
which will eocDpaxe with any in the wboiawwuntry, either for
style or durability. All kind of vehicle it coiistaatly a
crett Patent Cevaplinar
This important improvement in the eoooiing e tCaniare
A e.. ha awakened aiucb interest tbrooghout the eoasAry ,
uua muoieuiipoBa.lt tae suosi lavorwnere it i beat kuewa
kaown. Having tbe excluaiv right tor tin eity, I aza now
making ax wit been ia canatractin Carnage, Buggiea, Ac.
7" Remember the place at lb Oki Stand cf Fred.tMe.aa:
No- 69, Lower Market Street. (an. IX U.
T-x. Xj. onoiton
INFO t hit friend and th puHTle in gen
eral, that he t now proaeeaun; lb Maaaui
Busiasws, ia th a bop wa Cherry street, next
auor te tbe . Whs wi A ortot, where he
will be pleawad to attend to the order of ail
wna nay want work in hi line do. H ha
and will keep oa hand, a sapply ef
S1AEELE a03TU JIE3T3, T03S2S, te., f ,
sta -mi tax tarad f the SnewtluUiiK and Arcer .
leas NirUa, is Um bt ii;le ti lit art, Ai.J.
ef hi tturg wilt be warraniw.t.
15 11 O FORTES, ,.
UT E have now ia Star a ta slock af .;x
Piaoo. kleJ.tiis W ladow Shados,
Artists Uaurtwia.ae aa4 are 4itl eaaaufae. s"i" ll
taxi ag laanlw twmOa aaA all kinda of i-,,. .. '
reoealiy 4Jcd largely lu ewratock Cf .
ou.MA.nins ion jfimaoits, ac.
In a word we lataud to SEk"P Vt 1KIXU THB TIMES,
piaaaw ear easteracT acd taiMMis ihera t pttroGtaa av
attwad af seaUiog abivaX W. A K. yaUtlAK
- T. l.Utiuwt. .
Si USi: IV A It X!.
GALA srva WAA;AlAavaTE,O3BA50
tad kn a&i ky
CHOICE FARM LANDS FOE SALE.
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. COMPANY
18 MOW I-XXPABKD TO BEU. ABOUT
1,500,000 Acres of
CHOICE fAMIHG LAOS
IN TRACTS OF 40 ACRES k UPWARDS,
Olf L05G CEEEITS AKD AT LOW BATES OF
rpHESE land were granted by the Government to aid in
X tbe construction of this Road, and are among tbe
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend from
North-east and North-west, through the middle of the
State, to the extreme South, and include every variety of
climate ana productions founu between those paral'els of
latuuae. me northern portion is ohieny prairie, inter
spersed with fine grove, and in the middle and r'outhern
section timber predominates, alternating with beaatiful
prairie and opening
The climate is more healthy, mild and equable than any
otnerpart oi me country the air is pnre and bracing,
wnue living stream and springs of excellent water abound
Bituminous coal is extensively mined, and suppues
Cheap ant! desirable fuel, being formatted at many points
at t i to $4 per ton and wood can be had at the same rate
Building Stone of excellent quality also abounds, which
can ne p roc area lor little more than the expense of trans
The great fertility of these land, which are a Hack rich
mould from two to five feet deep, and gently roilin. . their
contiguity to tnis Koad, by which every facility is rurnit-hed
for travel and transportation, to the principal market
North, South, East, West, and the economy with which
they can be cultivated, render them the most valuable in
vestment that can be found; and present the most favorable
opportunity, lor person or industrious habits and smalt
means, to acquire a comfortable independence in a few
Chicago i now the greatest grain market In the worlJ
ana me iacuity ana economy with which the products o
these lands can be transported to that market, make them
much more profitable, at tbe prices asked, than those more
remote at government rates. a the additional cost of
transportation is a perpetual Ui on the latter, which nut
be borne by th producer, in the reduced price he receive
ior nis grain, c.
ihe title is perfect and when the final payment are
made, Deed are executed by the Trnsteea appointed by
the State, and in whom the title is vested, to the purchasers.
Lien convey to them absolute title in Fee Simple, free and
clear of every incumberacce, lien or mortgage.
me price are from f,s to 30; interest only a per cent.
Twenty percent will be deductel from tbe credit price
Those who purchase on long credit, give note payable
In 2 , 8, 4, 5 and 0 yea rs after date, and are required to im
prove one-tentn annually for eve years, so as to nave one
half the land under cultivation, at the end of the time.
lompeicni surveyors wlil accompany those who wish to
examine there Lands, free of charge, and aid them in
Ihe lands remaining nnsold are a rich and valuable as
those which have been disposed of.
Sectional Maps will be sect to anv one who will enclose
fifty cent in Postage Stamps, and Bocks or Pamphlets con
taining numerous instances of successful farming, siitned
by respectable and well-known farmers living in the
neighborhood of the Railroad Lands, throughout the Stale
-alto the cost of fencing, price of cattle, expense of har
vesting, threshing, etc., or ary other information will
be cheerfully given on application, either personally or by
letter, in English, French, or German, dlreied to
Land Commissioner of the Illinois Central R. R. Co.
fif Office in Illinois Central Kailro. d Deuot. Ctiicaifo.
W0I1D TO THE WISE 1
wish to be
i the Bummer.
ffi go at once and
XaJ'I ac oi
'J? jj I STBIOlOTUhltlBO
AXVfiBa. It ia the 'frstTAK.111
only remedy thatl will remove all imparities from the
ULOOD. It being a Tonic. It will at the same time Strength
en and Invigorate the system.
thousand! in bt. Loui have nsed it. and the nniversa
expression is, that it never fail In curing any complaint
arising from a disordered 8ate of the Liver, Stomach or
Bowel. A few doses will cure Diarrhoea or Dvrentery.
A aDiuretlc.it will cure any disease of the Kidney,
Uteru. or Bladder: as an Alterative, it will purify the
blood, and remove all Yellowness, Pimples or Sores from
It Is a sure preventive for Tellow Fever, Chills or Ague
nd Fever, and Cholera. There is no miftale ah'iut it.
We can refer to hundred ol Steamboat Men and other to
prove that fact.
McLean's f truobtrkhixo Cordial doe not re oireeer
t ideates to bring it into notice, one dose is suSicient to
convnee the most skeptical of its wonderful invigorating
eflecu. Call and trv it. It is verr Dleasant to take.
Kvery Country Merchant ehonld take a supply home
with him. It is sn indispensable remedy for every family,
J. H. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial
Also. McLean' VaJranic t'H Liniment.
ffT Principal Depot, on the corner of Third and Pin
treets, tn. Louis, mo.
W Price, 00 per Bottle.
XV For sale by all the principal Merchant and Drag
gists tn the city ana country.
3Icr.EANS VOLCANIC OIL LIJtlJIEJJ'T"
The greatest remedy ever discovered for Man or Beast.
TVe unparslelled luccea of this Liniment is a sufficient
guarantee for its astonishing rfficscr. The Lame are made
to walk, the WonDded, Eruised and Sore are healed, and
all who use it rejoice in it healing and invigorating ef-
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment r oss-jses enrative pow
er superior to all other external remedies, being so chemi
cally combined a to retain ia it combination all toe vir
tues of its several Ingredient as to enable it to penetrate
the minutest vessel of the body, dlraiminating it healing
influence, removing the cause or the olsea.-e, ana imparting
uie, health, strength and vivacity to the whole system.
We see or hear daily ol person who were confirmed
Cripple. Their arms or leg! paralised or drawn crooked,
their muscles being shrivelled and contracted, who new re
joice in their permanent restoration of the use ol ther
limbs by the use of McLean's celebrated Volcanic Oil Lini
ment. "Who," then will soCer with local pain or external
disease when a safe and tore remedy 1 so e.ti!y obtained?
Reader, are yon afflicted with Cancers, Pile, Tnmors,
Swellings, Bronchele, Goitre, Paralysis, Chronic or Icilama-
tory Rheumatism, Etiffne in your Joints, Contrae ed
Moscles, Neuralgia. Wsakness of the Joint Mucleior
Ligament. Ear Ache or Tooth Ache, Bruise, Sprain,
Hounds, rlesh Cuts, Llcer or Fever Sores. Caked Brest.
sore Nipide, Burnt, Scalds, Incarnation or t alns, no mat
ter how severe or how long tbe dinease has existed? Suffer
no longer. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment will cure yoo.
It ha teen thoroughly tested in all of the above disease.
and we bav never known it to fail In giving speedy and
lhat loathsome and distressing disrate, the Piles, which
has here to for j been considered incurable, car. be perma
nently cured cy tma wonderful Unlment.
Then trine no longer with common lmlrrent an 1 reme
dies call at once and get a aupply of McLean' Volcanie
un Liniment, it ia a sals and certain core, and the only
reliable remedy tor the cure of local paina, sores, swellings.
eic, on man or beast.
J. H. MeLEAN, Sole Proprietor.
U? ' Principal Depot on the corner of Pine ana Third
str-elt, PI. Louis. Mo.
e ror tale by all the principal Merchant ana Urn r-
gist in me city ana country. apt?
XUX CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOR
DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND.
FEVER AND AGUE.
And tha various affections eonseqaent upon a disorder
STOTIACH OB LIVEII
t'CCH AS IndlgesUoa, Addity or the eumach. Colicky
O Pains, Heartburn, Lom of Appetite, Despondency, Co.
tlreocas. Blind aad Bleeding Piles, la ail Nerroa Rhea
matic, and Nearalgie A flections, it has, in nojaeroua ta-
StaBee. proved highly beseaoiai, and in othar eceet a
ecsdea cure. .
1 hi is a varely vegetable eompoaad, prepared ea strict
ly scientific priacipiea, after the manner of the eclebraied
Holland Profesror, Botrbave. Because ot iu great uee
In moat ef th European P tatee, it Introduction into the
I'm ted States wa In landed swore especial y tor these ef ear
fatherland scattered here and there ever the Iu. of this
mighty ertaniry. Meeting with great uecews among them.
I dow offer it to the Ameoican pooue, knowing tnat it
truly wonderful auedicinal virtavw uwt be acknowledged.
It i particularly rcnu9eaeeel to toea perwoaa whoa
eoottuutton may have eeea lwpaireii cy tne couuecou
ase of ardent sptr U, or other fortac ef dUaipatioa. Gen
eraily lutnt&aeu ia effect, it find it war directly te
th aeat ef lifw. tbruiina and aalckwoing every aervw, raia
tag ep ta drooping spirit, and, ta fact, isfuaing new haaith
u rut in f a , ,L..
NOliCe- v bowver espaets la lad tAU a beverage win
he diaaf pointed; bat te the ck. tbe weak and taw pntd.
it wiU ptov a gr atrial aromaut) aoriaiai, ptwienwa w aw-
gniar remedial properties.
The great popularity of Uii detifh tut Arossaha In laced '
ssanv IttitaL-wa. wcwna sew pwuuo hwi f s..
Prciun. ka aAt peruadc4 bay asythisg eia aatll
yea have gtvea uwrivw . m... w
uoe bouse wiU eeavicte yoa w iw.tui.j i.jwriur m
to a:i these msita'.io&s. i
L7 at (i per BOtua, or aiz weeuae rur s, cy us ,
BZSJAmS FAG", J2j, & C0
FSIAEMACTUTisTS ASD CHEMMTS,
4k,ki by Prggtt gesersi y UirweBt its Vti'.cJ state
w . , .. . i .
k i - is-vrirrs or 1 ,j
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rf tX tat, bf
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NEW SERIES. -NO; 530.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From II. 8. SCIIELL. late of the firm of Ssiixis, Vtsscn,
Owfs A Schxix, Cnited States and Foreign Newspaper
w eriiting AECUt) aionat Building, 83o liroad-
tw ion. .
p'(m Sprlnerriaalr ravel Iron Fnrnlfnre
veuiyanri manniactory, 61 V C6
Salesrooms, 292 Broadway, N. Y.
IACI.rFTVE Mannfactu-er and ProoHetors of the
-a-s l-AVEni ELLIPTI'lAli cTEKL SPRING CHAIRS, the
most elegant and luxurious Chairs in the World. They
took the Premium st the great World's Fai.i a londnn.
an., wg mew iorr. ru:iaoio ior raeiora. Libraries.
AH! -..; t. ,.-!- . . . .. '
v" vc. , vvuufcing-ivooms, uuicu, inn Aegl3iauve IlallS.
Piano and Store Stoot, with or without Springs; new and
beautiful patterns. Iron Setter'; Hall, Park, and Garden
i ncurs : Cemetery Chain and Railing, Ac, Hit, Coat, and
L'mbrella Stsnds, Brorce and Gil. Centre, Pier, Saloon,
and Toilet Marble Top Tables. Iron Bedsteads, Plain and
Ornamental, Folding and Permanent, for Hotels, Public
Institutions, Strvantr, Ac Brackets, Gilt and Broil in
Also, Sole Agent for Soathrate A Fiake'i Patent Screw
virenct, which excel all others. The attnt on of Mer
chant is repectfuily invited to an examination cf tbe
largest and most extenrive stock in America. For (ale at
the lowest price for cash, or approved paper.
tnH23-lm. 8AMCFLL FIPKE.
Joven's Kid Glove Cleaner
J0UVES8 KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
JODVEN'S KID-GLOVE CLKANKR.
JOUVEN'8 KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
JOUVEN'S KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
25 cent per battle.
85 cent per bottte.
ii cent per bottle.
85 cent per bottle.
25 cent per bott'e.
25 cent per bottle
5 cent per bottle.
25 cent per bottle.
One bottle clean 50 pair.
One bottle clean 50 pair.
One bottle clean 50 pair.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
As no oderYroceds from the preparation, the "glove can
be worn immediately after it is cleaned. With a piece of
flannel, apply a small portion of the preparation verv
HghVy. and the dirt will instantly disappear. It is the ar
ticle used by the Kid-Glove Manufacturers of France to
impart that purity of finish and softness for which their
glove are to justly celebrated. It cleans kid slippers and
white and colored kid-glove elegantly, it i 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 preparations usually
m1;1 for that purpose. Ore trial, at the trifling expense of
25 cents, will convince any one that the article it all that it
is claimed to be. Try a bottle of it for 25 cents, and yon
will never wish to be without it. It can be obtained of all
Diuirgists and dealers in Fane Good in Nashville, and at
wholesale, of the sole proprietors, CLARK k CO., 8S5
Bsoadwat. New York. A Liberal discoant t tbe trade.
As there is an inferior article in the market, buyer will be
careful to see that the name of Clark k Co., is upon each
bottle which they purchase. IJune24-3ai.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, by which much suffering
and misery in familie may be avoided, sent to married
men, and those contemplating marriare. Address, inclos
ing four postage stamps, Dr. L. F. PRO BART, Box S&W,
New York City. fjune2-ttais.
MODERN STYLE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE, manu
factured and for ale by N JOHNSON, No. 490 Hud
son ct.. New York. A large supply kept constantly on
hand. Circulator forwarded on application as above.
Great Bargains for the Ladies.
FAKCY E0HNETS AND MILLISERY GOODS
CiLtAP JOB CASH-
IN order to make room for my Fall and Winter Stock of
good I will sell the balance of my Fancy Bonnets, Straw
BoLnelx, Jipceys, Ribbons, Flowers. Embroideries and
aucy Goods, at cost raicis. I am now selling (13 Bon
net for 7, fix Bonnets for to; (10 Bonnets fur (5; (3
Bonnet lor 8. Mohair Head Dresses. Sid and Pic-Mo
Gloves, Silk Veils, and other good at equally reduced
pikes. Now, ladies, is your time to get great bargain
heap for cash, as there will be no credit given. Call coon.
belore they are all gone, at No. 10, Cedar street.
Julys. MR'. B. J. LLUKD.
( HAND OPL.MNIi DISPLAY
OF FRENCH PATTERN
AT THE SEW Y0EX MLLLIKEET EMPOET0M.
'riiK largest a well as the cheapest stock of the above
A, Goods ever opened in this city. Our many customer
in the city and throughout the Stale may rely on obtain
ing gcoa bargain or
Flats and Hats,
Head Drease, Ribbons, and
l'rimnnngs, French Flower,
Mantilla, t.mbroiri.ri es.
Ladles Dress Caps,
Patent Eo tension Eklrts,
Ladies Corsets, every style.
And a variety ol other fancy Goods.
Ws are constantly receiving something new every day.
Plain aod fancy
lIAIlt ULO.MD, IION.-NLTS AKD HATS,
Bieached and shaped ihe present style by the new Italian
KJtf Bonnet or Hats that have failed other partief.
warranted to be done up lirown, oi Lmon street.
may is ti
WIIOLLSALL' AND RETAIL.
K0. SO UNI0H STSEET.
A CItOOKEIl U now receiving and opening hU
Ai spring stock or
Merchants and Milliners will find it to their Interest to
give him a call, as his stock is far superior to any kept in
the city. A every one know wbatoonatltaiea a complete
aaaortiuent of MUlinery Good, it is uaeleaa to enumerate
articles. It U enough for his lady customer to know th iMn
Croofcer selected this stork, and with a view to he Inter
ests and tastea of their patrons. The public may rely upon
being honestly dtalt with, as b does biuinea in hi own
Ill LILIAN liUOTllJCnS,
NO, 44 COLLEUK AND 41 AND 43 MARKET CTREE ,
HAVE now in store and offer for sale, low lor cash, or t
prompt dealers on time
41 0 ton Tennessee Charcoal Refined Iron
113 do Beat Brand Pittsburg do
Hil do do Hammered do
SCO kegs Beat Brand Nails and Spikes.
AXELS AXI SntlNUS.
(23 setts Wagon Axles, all slses.
lbU sells Buggy Axles, do.
143 pair " Springs, do.
119 boxes Collins, Hunts, A Lipplnoott's Ax.
9 ton Cast, 'hear, E. B. aad A. S. Steel.
10 sctu oleel Tire.
43 coils Manilla Rope, all siaes.
CAVn.-sCS AMU U AGOX BOXES.
T3 ton well assorted Casting
SUO sctu Wagon Boxes, all siaes.
SHOVELS AND SPADES.
73 doten Ames A Rowland Shovel and Spadea
STIUH-CITTLIIS Aiwl COU.NeSHEL-
80 Noa. 1 and I Straw Cat tar ganford'a.
B0 bos. 1 and I Curn-hel iers.
I'EKKIIVS & CO.,
General Comniiion MercLanls,
W. M. PERKINS.
IaIcKENZIE & WILSON,
ORIGINAL Patentee ef the TENNESSEE AN, a Wrought
Iron Cocking Btevo for faciiiea, hotels aad planta
We ar now nanc narmnng sise or Lean etov, which
are suaue ax lnaww. ii in.i, aa nave never
(ailed te pi "!'- vrK-e wba have thwm in aa. A dipaa
iu beca ararvawd by tbe MwvJtaaau lnuai. aad orwia-
ium by rtate sad 1'iviiioa Fairs at diScrcat Urnr. H
warraot me w Qa J ow gutiea ap in the beat Ityia,
bot aiM samat thrra to piraaw titoa who parcsaae.
. . . ' . at, u.a lo . 9
rrvcww, v. iiuiiauiw.
Cast lrb ktove frost beat & an c.'ac lories, ( wood aad
vSteo aad Tailor ctovea;
lieauog siotea, la great variety;
Ire&uig amoves saa S'urnaca.
TO liUlLDCItS. .
W bav ao hand a larr art Kent ef COWSSON aad
PAKLiia GRAIUt. Ir9a ihe pnae3ral saaauUesorte f
New Iera. Pittaonrgi aod C.twsaii. To waratiaa what
buy by the aaniny, w wiii w4 at k priewa.
W have en haod Chlkws's famoas fanaaea, (he heat'ne
eetiiag lujuse or pu&.w: SvAilOieg, whlca obtained Uie brat
prism a lhlhrycil Pau, Lattioa, evwr taa) turaacw
tiota kuta-ia, I laace, tier'Aiaar d kxgiaaj taAt wsrw pat
sad Uirae at EAAUrn price, w'.-i the fre-'rhl a iJc-i
AUJfci.iZi.A A t 1LM.-N. .
A, w. aoafus .
a. I LTUCA,
II. II. HAYNES s5i CO.,
agists ran the purchase jsd
e ef Stegio, at 8. W. POiTXS'3 oil aiaai, Nw.K, C
ax torest, fvus , Tsaa.
U! 1 1 1 V . t'tl Dwaa't Aarara w tuuy j
d beia Weilr O.d JLaaittkAj da,
bo tti uu fcodrw
Is tivti sad tut nu ty
Lata Mastr Kecbanie of tha Sashviila and Out'
tan oor a Eailroad-
18 PREPARED to execute an orders In hi line of bun",
ness at the shortest noticw and AO t H ma.l "iirtm mM
dating terms, via :
8TATI0IIAEY STEAM HHOUTES AKD E0TLE23,
t rom one to one Hundred Horac owera,
MIXLXG AND MILL MACHINERY,
Of every description.
ALL XXSTS 0T WATTR VTPVS. ATTTJ PIT'S!?
Car Wheels. Frees. Switch anri n tHn'a
If AILUOAD CASTINGS, 1SIIASS. etc
Horsa Powers, Threshing Machine, Forging of averjr
EELDGE AKD CAS BOLTS.
The undersigned is also manufacturer of and agent for tha
sale or Clark' celebrated
WHEAT AKD C0EIT MILLS,
For particular, see advertisement below.
Part cular attention paid to the repairs of Loeomotlvoa
The highest cash price will be paid for old Era. Cbnrm
and Caetingt, on delivery.
V. K. Stevenson, President N. k 0- and North-western
H I. Anderson, Superintendent N. k. 0. R. R
James H. Grant, Re. Lngineer
A Anderson. Tenn. Ala. and Xdx field
A Kv. Railroad.
P. II. Marbury, Prert MeM. A M. R. S
P. 11. Coffee, Sup't
a. a. noberuon, Eq Manchester, Tenn.
Celebrated Flouring Mill.
Grindintr Dd Foltlntr te : .., . a
0, " - - iSivj vrw;i ak.l')aX. 0 10ZI
8tone-Prioe (75' will torn ont Ml bbla per day 80 inch
Etone Price (ICO-will turn oat ail v.hi. AT. 80 lac
'I his Miil is the cheapest, moat aimul. rinp.ki. ji
pact, requfring lets power, less attention, and make a
larger yield and better quality of Flour, than any other
In use or ior sale. Mill can be arm nm.i.. - .
Tenn ; a ..UEOD
We alomannfctare a very superior Corn and r.. mhi
npon the same principle.
If any c all will furnith mw th . iw... -y, k. t
! - - r .- . , wv -m . . run K
I inch pnhey fcitl Umes a aainute, with 8 inch band. I will put
uu iuu ou uays ii ne win lor nun me as much
Wheat as I can grind in that time, at 1 nr Kn.k.i - .
take the Flour at (6 per bbl. I will give him the Mill for tha
c. .iter paying ior ine w ceat aod all theexpense
of running, and ltav lha MiU in u .wd r..... .. i.
at Uie beginning. Addrei
TUOS. B. McKLWF.1T,
t, , A.hens, Tenq.
References a te responsibility AOtan, Chattanooga
and Kit gston. tJune l.-diwn.
1857 MONDAY,'tJCN"k! 15. 1S6T. 1857
Columbus anil Xcnla
EXCLUSIVELY AI EASTEttN BOUTE .
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THB
LITTLE .fllAiTII. VIA COLUJIRUS,
18 7"B ONLY DIRECT ROUTK to and from Cincinnati
and Cleveland, the only route running cars into tke Lake
Shore Lepol at Cleveland, and the only route with uniform
gauge irom Cincinnati to Cleveland, Dunkirk. Wheeline
and Bleubenville, and Buffalo. uu
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS
13 THE ONLY ROUTK with reliable connection to
1IOUI VIUUIIIUBll IQU riiiBuurf.
.,BHV.ANV,llllLKvR0U.Tk 1ittsbBr PS-enger. dep.n 4
at Bellefontaine or Forre.ton trains irom Indianapouj an d
Fort W ayne to go East. "
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA C0LTME17S
IE ONLY BOUTE to and from Cincinnati and W
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS
IE ONLY ROUTK to and from Cincinnati, Colu'n
i i . i i i .... j i ... .
x-... v,t,...Uu uu nneciing, witn Llghtnlur a'i.
press, without change of ear. "
This is a great com fort to ladies and familie.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS
BEING THE SHORTEST ROUTK from Cincinnati' to th a
Kast, a uniform and safe sueed ia maintain.
tlous are certain.
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE from Cincinnati a dangerous
speed ia required to overcome distance and delay in
changing paaaengers and baggage at BellefonUiu,, oreal
and banduaky, and Clyde. ' "
PI lis BU KG.
To all tlic Kasteru Cities.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
NO CHANGE OF CARS TO CLEVELAND OR WUEiCLlBIG .
inree uany i-fjiern Train at a A. u in a if
8:80 P. M.
FIRsT TRAIN Cleveland. Pitt.hnr. -... . .
Wheeling LiKhtninr Exorearj.." "ZtZ" . '
o'clock A.M, lor all the Eaalern cities; ai.o. Detroit via
Cleveland, bpr.ngneld, Hituungton, Cicl.vi. a, Lancaster
ami Zaneaville. -vwr
Tin train stop between Oinclnn.it .. rui l .
LovelanJ, Morrow, Xeoia and London oaly
SECOND TBAiN-Cleveland, Pittaborg 'and Wheellnw
Express Mail-Leaves Cincinnati at lii.fiX ""eaiinw
ciultUa1' tlLUbur' ud W""og, tor ail the Eastera
1 his train stons at all nol
. i - . vmuaaau ana
1 U1KD TRAIN-Aooommodation-Leave. Clncinn.tl at
o'clock P. M , for jfpni.gtl.ld, WUmiagton, Circlevllle.
ancaaler, Zaneavilie and Cotumou. vi...iie.
This train Mop at all ooinia hi.. ri..i . ...
FOLRT1I TRAIN Cleveland. Pit.lr. a.-..!.,,.-
and H heeling Mghl Expre.-Liave. Uuiiwrt m 'J!
e,,0!?if; !lf .' "burg,Btbe0vu7e mwt
This tram klou at all noinl. .
Columbua. " " -M
Ou train oa Bundsy at 10 o'clock P. m f. ni w...
ony - VVIMU1UU,
train run by Coiuiubu time seven minute faster than
Cincinnati time. -
Fare as Low as any other Iloute ,
And all information, pi apply at th office. No. t Bar
net Uotise.second door west of vine street. No. 117 Oioaoa
Uouw LuiMing, and Old Office, .outh-ea.1 corner Bread"
way and r root, oppoeite feoeaoor Uou. n- . ...
(Little Uiauii) Depot, Aat Front at reek
umce uour troia 4 A. M. nnti 94 P.M.
. F. FWLi.BR, Ueasral Agent,
THE OMNIBUS LINE call for uu.a..ra -ti .w .
principal hotels lor each and every train. By leaving d I
rectiou at either of the above office, will eaJl for
ger n all part of th city, without lad.
JJi". IU a. &UUQLES, Conductor.
JTEW IIOTJGJJ3 !
M GOLUICK" BU11NS,
WHOLESALE AMD EETAIL COaEECTTOS i
ARE opening at their etalihment, oa Market itreet
No. Wi, next door to Mr. PoweWa CloU.in. '
general asaortment of Confwcliooeilea, which th.y lntena
aellinw on verv r..ann .1.1- u . . . . . .
- - " irui, pi aneir attea
tion to business, to Induce the oubiie m ..tJr.A . ,k "
liberal (hare of patrouage. Among th leading amde
now on hand, and which uiey win be receiving, are th fol
Candies of every rartety; Pin Apple and Ohio Cheee!
ruiiw, oi every aina; Brandiw A W ines, bt.l br'da:
iftfj. . a- CrdiaU,of every vanetyr
Pickled 0tcr and Sardines: Ale and forn, ,
Shad and baimoo; Fin Cigars.
" iln a variety of article not bwraia eaaaieratwj.
In connection with their Confectionery, they tavit tha
attention of the public to their Bakery, from which a dailw
upply of fresh Bread, Cake, and Pastry eaa be had.
Paxue will be mad ap to order, and earefullj cqi to any
part of the city.
Having permanently located here, w, of course, wish to
be patrwuiaed liberally to IS end. We intend lellinw a
good terms, aod by our desaeaoor com mead ourwire to
tn k nJ notice of a generous pa til .e. We respectfully in
vite Country Dealera, who are la oar llaeol trade, to give
Baa caii OefvjrapurcbaaiugcAsewhcre.
P's cw aioiiOLEICK A BURKS.
d :i . it
M A It T I N
K0. S 50ETH ITZ.VCX IT.,
D1L JOHN 1L CALLENDKU,
rxr Office, 50. 89, CHZEJIT 81- UP RTArPf
Attorney a Xa.xr.
OJEICP, PAifK AS BUlKdltrtS VMCE ClilBRV mt
NkiT WO it T PwoT Or riCE. LP liins
Will prweuee in all the Courts hoideo in Davidaoa and Sam.
screouauea, aaa wm give ai ladividaai atlaauoa
to aii buaiacs atruatd. aa biw ur.
P. II. EDWARDS,
Attorney ;t Law,
tr.iGiii. , mo..
WiU attend to all baaiaeas atrtuted U bis ear la So
est Ju.iaat.urt. saarltr
5I 11. IIO&LLY Jr.,
A T T O 11 IN 11 Y AT 1 A W,
k ash tills, in.fnn;
orncs no. ss cutKRT srtisr. rr utaim, ru
t'M u&!EsU.ir MCCJPli.i r DR. THOXPrON.
t .ir.K.ttoax ttasaoa g'.vea t taw eoJiecwtm of CI ai b s.
I if Aii busiaea eatruawsd te ami i4 saSwt Vitb
l-tii 3. t. Baiaa. - r; eaaaa.
Ur. J. ii. iiyjfcaj, .ai..vi..nil..
L. anj. r A t.oi.'Tv.
drl3 If ;
i:clirsc Stove foundry.
T thi rowadry I rnakteg C JOSlJia, PARLOR ail
j i'itiSji BlOVt., oev.ry tarisy, HALLOW WAkK
t aJ im-ii, anw.ro isa, tvaJ Irons and Vl ai Iron ol ali
Att-O-Tia, Copper aiid f beel Iron Ware, aU of wti
I tk. ,o tj c4 at . u--.a.. or iwia.1 i.jw)i $t coat or t
jWP.lui Uiue Ua t.-a,
parUtfuar ai.cii-.-a t,li to Roof sg a) Gui:crr.f.
U. P. DOAaia, No, fure
' ejHiT Nahvii .Tj,t
Vll.DiU Il S1I1U TS Jast rwcaivwit a ta sa.
KJ a,JVjiji (4 CuKMwd ooirv. (ataet sa, at vsn -
oa siwa aiAg.A e. . .vii i i ,