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DAILY, TttLWEEKLY & WEEKLTt ,
SMITH, CAMP & CO.,
w. by. kith. 1. i.cur, tbob. cillikdik. t.r. josbs.
Office, No. 16 Deaderick Street.
HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From H. S. SCHELL. late of the firm of Skuxui, VisacM,
Owks A Sraox, United States and Foreign Newspaper
Advertising Agent) SloCat' Baadicg,SW5 Broad
way, New York. '
Ml Wis Htl
Dally, per annum, ... - . 8 00
Tri-Weekly, per annum, 5 00
Weekly, per annam, 3 00
One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one
year. Id advance 5 00
THE WATSOX $10
ABOUT the 20th day of Aagmt, 136. I wss employed
by He tar. Wats-n, Wooster A Co., composed of Wm.
C. Watson, Morris Ko-ghl, and Oeorge H. Woofter, to
manufacture Sewing Machine, which were known a the
"ffuon Ten DolUr Fewiog Machine." That thereafter I
rece'vel a notice from the coudm-1 of 0 B. Po ter and N.
Wheeler, mentioned in the annexed copy of irj nelfon.
informing roe that these Machines were an infringement
cpon Letters Patent bicli they owned, a'd that suit
would he ios-ituted against me, on less I thould otherwise
settle wtb them. This notice I handed to Mr. Wooster,
oaeof my employers
I then made investigations to areertafn the fac'. act
found that said Machine, as I teliee w an Infringe
ment of said Patent, and 1 icformed sjid Watson that such
was my opinion.
Sub.-eq jetitly a cnit was commenced atrafest me by paid
Potter and Wheeler, and imme'liate.y thereaft r I so in
formed Mr. Watson, and req jested Mm to tile Charge of
the defence of the same, and he refused to do po and I
then told hl.u that I would have cothin mure to do with
it, and I then ceased o make the Machines; and He in
Juncton.a copy of which is hereto annexe 1, was issued
and rerved upon me. JOfcL CrlASrC.
Date! New Yoik, February 11th, 1857.
In pretence of VlLKo li. Axdkcs
I do hereby certi'v ti a', the above statement, -mbscribed
by me, is cjrret and true. JOKL C.tAoE.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
ciacuir court of the united states,
8BC0M) C1KCIIT rOK THI SOUTHS. ,S DIBTBICT OF HEW TOKK.
TliA Preatdmt of the Unitnl State .of Amerim to Jokl
Cbahk hia Attorn't,, Servant, Agitata, uivl Workmen,
and eaiJi and every of them,
Whereas it hath been represented to ns in our Circuit
Court of the United State", for the Southern District of
New York , sitting an a Cjnrt of Enuity, on the part of Or
lando B. Potter and Nathaniel Wheeler, complainants
tnat they, the said Orlan lo K. Pjttcr and Nathaniel wi eel
er, nave lately exhibited their bill of compl&inst against
you, the said Joel C iaae, the defendant, to be relieved
touching milters therein contained, n which bill it is.
among other things, set forth, that you, the said iefen 1
ant, are violating and threatening to vio ate certain ex
elusive rights and privileges vested in said complainant,
for constructing, miking, U9inn , and vending toothers to
be used, certain lmtrovemerts in Hewing Machines, and
that the actings and doings of you, the said defendant, are
contrary to Kquity and good conscience; we, tlieielore. in
consideration of the premises, do strictly, and until the
further orders oi this Court, enjoiu and command you, the
said Joel Chase, and your Attorneys, fervanis, acil Work
men, and each snd every one of the n, oniier the penalty
ttiat may f ill thereon; that vou, and each of vou, do Iron:
hencefbrti, altogether, ab olutely and until the funher
order of this court, delist and refrain frim directly or in
directly, eonstruutmg, making, working, using, seeing, or
putting into practice or operation, or in any ise counter
felling or hiiiialinf the invention or iiuiroveinent beloQg
ing to said complainant", and described, claimed, and set
forth in certain letters Patent of the Unite ! Mates, re
issued to A. B. U il-on, and bearing date the 2 i J day of
Jannarr.H'. and now owned bv the complainants, and
from in any nay or manner interfering with the right of
said complainants under Hid Patent, and frcm in any way
or manner violating or infringing saia Letters raicnt, or
any pari thereof.
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L. 8. VCity or n
I ) di o! Se
Witne-s the Hon. Rous b.tshkt, tjhiel justice
I of the Supreme Court of the united biate.,at ins
Mew York, in said u.ir et, tnisine zi li
Seirttetnber, in the year of our Lord on
r$thousand eight nundred and bity-eix.
I a Cjpy.J
GEO. GIFFORD, KkMNSPH G. WH1TB,
Sol ciior and of Counsel fur Complainants, Clerk.
17 Wall street, Ne York. sept2i-dm.
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
THE undersigned are prepared to introduce Into n.e In
Tennessee W. K. CHII.Drt CO. '8 PATKNT Ki.AS-
TIO FIRK ANI WATKft-PKOOF CEMKNT ROOFING, and
ak the attention of Architects, Builder. Railroad Com
panies, and the public to examine Its superiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDEKS should not fail to
examine this Routing, as it is belter and cheaper than any
thing in nse. The material form a hard and smooth sur
face that will resst the action of the atmosphere in every
(innate. It is impervious to water, elastic, and flexible.
It contracts and expands wi'h the changes of the atmos
phere, and will neither evaporate, crack nor rot; and, as to
its durabilpy, there is no que-ftion.
It is practically imperishable, and "HI perfectfully resist
anyordinary external exposure to Are, as is abundantly
proved, and we will warrant it water-proof. We will en
gage to put our Roofing on over ordinary good sheathing,
old shingles, tar and gravel, tin, ainc, copper, or iron roofs
it making no difl'erence how steep or dat they may be
for seven dollars per one hundred square feet; it being far
cheaper than any Iloof of the old style, and we are sure it
will pive better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the best thing ever Invente 1 to
cover or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravel roofs, or around
chimneys, scuttles, dormar windows, and gutters, where the
tin is rusted through. This Cement can be put on to lait
as long as stone, and form a perfect adhesion to any ob
ject to which it is applied. Tin Roofs can be painted over
(and warranted not to leak) at two d liars ami fifty cents
per hundred square feet, which Is cheaper and murh bet
teir than paint. This Roofing will be found to be the best
theug for covering large Roofs where they are exposed to
fir such as Steam Mills, Paw Mills, Factories, Railroad
Cars, Bridges, Depots, btwkion Houses, Slea-nboat Decks,
and, in fa-t, every kind of Roofwcre there is an external
exposure from fire. As the Roof is perfect, without a Joint
, I n it, it presents n chance for fire to communicate, and any
light subttance will burn out without igniting.
f vT Insurance D lices at Cincinnati, and other places
where Chill k Co.'s Cement has been ued, insure Build
Ings with Roofs covered vilfc this Cement, at the same
rates as for those covers 1 with Iron. Cooper or Tin
i W The Cement will be furnished to those at a distance
with directions for using.
orders sent to the undersigned, through the Post-
otliee, will be promptly attended to
J. T. NATHORST,
No. 24s Spruce Street.
TESTIMONIALS AND HEFKRENCKS.
Omc B0CKT t-TATl TN-MIIUKCl flMPtST, I
il.fOINNATI, Dec. 18,
To whom it kit ooNcaan: This is to certify that I
have examined specimens and Koofsuf W. E. Child 4 Co.'s
'tlastio Fire and Water-Proof Cement Roofing," and be
Ileve it to be eminently superior to any other kind of Roof
Ing in use. I was an eye witne -s of a severe trial of one of
these Koofs from a large volume of dame from an a Ijoining
building, which struck directly upon the roof aod cornice
lor nearly half an hour. It stood the trial beyond all ex
pectation, and saved the building, T. M. H AfKKLL,
President Bucseye State Insurance Co.
ClMOlBSATI AOKNCT ROTAL I8UANCC CoWPART, I
February 6, 1S57. J
, - I have examined W. E. Childs A Co.'s 4,Klat.tic Fire and
Water Proof Cement RooQng," and. as far as 1 can Judge,
consider it a great Invention, and am willing to Insure
buildings thus protected upon the same terms as I insure
those covered by metal. J.NO. 8. LAW,
Ageut Royal Ins. Co., London and Liverpool.
from J. B. Bennett, Oeneral Agent of .Km Ins. Co. for the
Southern and Western States.
CiiiciiHATi, Jan. 7, 1SR7.
Having made considerable Inquiry as to the merits ol the
Patent Klastio Cement hooting," introduced inlothisclty
by Childs k Co., I dud it to be highly recommended in this
city by many excellent judues; that it is meeting with very
ready and general introduction; that its superiority over
the tar composition Rooting is decided and freely admitted,
and finally, 1 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 Liastie Roofing". a substitute.
Yours.truly, J. U- BENNETT.
Orrica or tii Cm , 11am akd Dattos Railhoao.
Child k Co.' Patent Cement Roofing is now used hen
n our best class of Ituildings. We are covering our Freight
Cars with It, and our Master Sl.chanio report very Favor
able tolU L'tiOMMtDlttU, Pres.
Cincinnati, Jan. 7, isi7. J
Dbas Sia: In answer to your Inq-iry, In reference to
our opinion ai to the practical use of your Hoof io. the cover
nirnfear. wa inivssv that fro n our observation .ween
tertain a very favorable one, o much so, that we intend
testing It thoroughly on roof of buildings, cat a, Ac ; after
whioU we will with pleasure give you nor upunuu as
tolls utility. xours,iruiv, ... ,,
Supply Agent Ohio k Mi a. R. R.
rr Since the above was written, the Ohio and Missis.
inoi Railroad have con'raoted for coveriig ll eir cars, do
pots and bridges between Cincinnati aud Vlncennes, with
this Cement, cousider.ng It the best arucl they have naed
for the purpose.
H. C. Loan, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroad.
E. G kt, Pres. tViln.in.ron and Zaiesviile Railroad.
A.M. PsuaLia, Pre Merchants' A Manufacturers' Ins. Co
Ja3. H. Cakt, Agent for .Ktna and other liaitford Co.
HkKav MokTOS. Pres. Central Insurance Company.
Gat. Carulx, President L-fayeite lUnk
Gai. W.rtirriif, Bell VanufV, No. K-2 East 8eooudst.
Bait Vom Phoi., No. 6i Fourth t.
Ilzsa Bailkt, Sui th st., between Fourth and Fifth.
J. Oudkn, Tai or and Draper, Fourth St.
Miles (ikkssw(.k)D, Iron Foundry.
Judue W. Y.Jhol'iX.
JoH! ?billito A o., Ory Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
Mitcukll A Kammxlsskku, Furniture Mauuiaciur.r ao
Dealrrs, f ourth .t.
W. Tl. Tswaar, Bo Ider St.l Pl im st.
MtuwttHinl tJtiLwxxt., Louisville.
H i. 8. McRirsotW A 0o- CUrksville.Tenn.
SEEDLING HA'JTB3!S STRAW
FT'IIE icb-crlber having apiiolnted B. ft. WELt.KR, 8a.,
A Ageot for the sale ef t'H superb Ftrbrry, ppli
eants ean be unp!led at ihe fillowing rale.: For a paekage
of one ooen ii 0, package of 10 $10 ; prkag ol
lOi'OIS'lW). I will p-tck thera n earth and mo, o that
they wiU be certa n to live if prrpeily planted, and give
plain direction for 'ihe'r culture. Order soay be rut
dressed to voe at Columbus, .., or to ray atfeitta, J. A,
MORTON A CO., New Orleau, and B. 8. rVtLLfcrt, ra.f
By eaJUog- at the Seal tor of B. H. Welier, Br , th pub
lio may see an exact copy of the vine and fruit; also,
tract from journals North and Suuih. holcg th supe
rior qualiltes of ill la berrjr over all others in culi-vatioo
On the reception of $i I wilt carefully pack on doten lo
Oil Ml, and otaii it lo any direction in the Union, pr.
paying the postage.
B. K Weilerwill, also, act a try agent fr Ihe Ie of
my f aOLlFlO CORN'. Due eotiee of ihe pic.duit, weight,
and yield per acre wit b given when the rrom nii is
gathered. CM Ai. A. PiAbODY
Coluinbu. Oa Sept. ld-lmeow I.
FIUE citison efNanhville now have an opptanit y of
X providing the.l with a lull apiy of tioUU
COAL for the winter, by application to th andrlgi4,
or to J. M. U AW KIN 3, at l no Elo Coat offloe, NahUl
and (hattauuuga Railroad Depot.
aug-24-tf. C. E. If. MARTIN. Ageot.
Tt TAKES PLOW8 of the belt mat.
i.VX rial and in K',-' Variety.
Bf rough. Iron and fiel Mould Boards;
rht and left hauurioes.
PUTM A M , Prnrneior.
a4li m tri.wA W
NPW YflRrf AnUERTlCPMCMTQ. I
From 8. M. PETTIKGILL t CO'S ADVERTISING AGEKCY
119 Nassau Street, Saw Yobk,
And No. 10 State street, Boeroa.
P. k Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
ircnlating Commercial Papers both in the United ataieaand
Cordage, Caknm, &c.
Ol ITII, C IIOl'l It A CO.. 152 Froctt-,New
iJ York, ai.d 7f l i),t ui e'ou.as bt.. New Orliinf, Manru
se'urtrs cf Ct id: ce. ( i ki r . r.. of t r fr r iit ft-11 sr-
sortmect of a:sii;U at.d Tarred Ki te Ny and Extra
Oakum, del: vera tie ia tw ork cr hew (Ji ieats.
ma) 1C 6m
sell Goods for a n anr.f ,cluring houreln this City.
flr trom 1 Ml to ! :f n i er n 1 1. ll. a..d ext enses
On receipt of 4 Hi, e will forward Bin pies by Express
with instructions, or, s!dress enclosing P. O. Stamp lor
particulars, C. Ii. OhVIS,
Real FstKte and f tock Broker,
No. 80, Elm St.. C ir.cir.nati, ' bio.
June 1 lyd. Port Odice box 2340
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
1 17 E invite the attention of Merchant and Traders gec-
v V e rally to our large stock of
School Rooks and Stationery.
AT WHOLESALE AND BET AIL,
At prices which cannotfailto please. Our stock of
Is also large, and we will sell at very low
prices to those who buy to sell again.
Tkachkks would do well to examine our yr-
stock. We will make special arrangement ""r
to supply suliools.
STEVENSON A EVANS, Agents,
East side Publio Square, Nashville.
CEAIGHEAD & Co.,
3EX JZk. 3EX. X W J. XL 33 ,
2U I'ublic Square.
TAMES B. CRAIGHEAD having purchased the entire in
terest of Mr. WM. H. M1NCHIN, in the business of
Craighead A Minchin, is alone authorized to use the name
of the late firm in liquidation, and will continue the busi
new at the old stand, No. 29 Public Square, nndtr the title
a above. may6s
NO, 44 COLLEGE AND 41 AND 43 MARKET ST REE ,
HAVE now in store and offer for sale, low for cash, or t
prompt dealers on time
400 ton Tennessee Charcoal Refined Iron
175 do Best Brand Pittsburg 'do
20 do do Hammered do
G6 kegs Best Brand Nails and Spikes.
AXICI.S AJ1 M'ltlA'liS.
S25 setts Wagon Axles, all sizes.
ISO setts Buggy Axles, do.
145 pair " Springs, do.
119 boxes Collins', Hunts, 4 Llppincott'a Axes.
9 tons Cast, Fhear, E. B. and A. B. Steel.
10 setts Steel lire.
43 coils Manilla Rope, all sizes.
CASTl.-VKN A.U VA;0. BOXES,
75 tons we.il assorted Castings
Soil setts Wagon Boxes, all sizes.
SHOVELS AMI SPADES.
75 dozen Ames A Rowland's ?hovels and fpades.
STIUW-CITTLUS ASD t OltX-SIIEE-
80 Nos. 1 and 2 Ptraw Cutters Sanford's.
80 Nos. 1 and 2 Corn-She! lers.
5nrC LB'4 of r,e;in W00L "anted, for which I
,vMJU will p iy the lifg-'iest cash price.
juWSO. R. C BANDY.
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, &c.,
No. 10 Broad St., and 94 South Market t.,
STOVES, TIN WAKE, etc.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE, A LARGE AND
complete assortment of Cooking and Heating Ptoves,
of every size, price and pattern, that is brought to this
We are mani'f. during the Wrought Iron Cooking Stoves
of all sizes, ranging in price from H'i to $150, of the best
and heaviest material.
Tin Ware wholesale and retail.
Copper an. I Sheet Ir,n Wurk for all kin Is of Machinery,
Steamboats, Stationary Engine;, Ac, Stills and Distilery
Work, made at the shortest notice. Hoda Founts made and
repaired; rooting and spouting done with neacneis and dis
patch; in fact, everything, that requires Tin, Copper, or
sheet Iron, is done by ns in the best manner, and as cheap
as any. CONLEY A JOHNSON,
No. 10 Broad Ht. and 94 South Market St.,
June 5. Nashville, Tenn.
PERPETUAL LIME KILN".
THIS KILN will burn four hundred bushels of Lime
Stone (which, if good stone, is equal to one thousand
busheltof slacked lime) in twenty-four hours, with four
cords of woo l, and is perpetual in its operation, the lime
being drawn one in three to ix hours, from the bae, and
replenished at the lop of the cupola. This is but the or
dinary every day capacity of the Kiln, as ha-? been abund
antly demonstrated by those already in operation. t(
alo makes much better lime than that burned in the or
dinary way, all the stoue being perfectly burned.
An v number of reiUbie certificates to the capacity of
the Kiln, and any other information in reference to it,
will be furnished, on application by letter or otherwise, to
the subscriber, who is agent for the sale of rights and pat
ting up Kilns in the Mate of Tennessee.
J. A. RICHARDSON.
McMinnville, Jan 26, 1357. inf iiaW9m
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promotes the leisure, health and happin is of home.
Public Sauurc, ftaalivlllr, Tenn.,
Reason why this Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.
1 nr-tiise it is tho only Sewing M iciiine in
the world ever inventctl, congtriicted as to
fully meet the demunds of fauiiiies tor general
2 It is very pimple and ever liable to get
out of oriltT.
3 It mskerttt seam which will not rip, though
every third stitch it cut.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
5 It sews witli two needles, inaaing any
encth stitch civs' i red.
6 It sewn from two ordiimrv spooln and
thut3 h11 troiihle ut witidim; thread is avoided:
while t lie rvituo M.-iehine enn be adapted at
iile-t-itire, by a mere change of spools, to all
varieties ot work-.
7 The came M iciiine runs fi!k or
thread, and commoii spool cotton, with
8 liiH Maciiine will sew in t fie sleeves ot a
coat with the oame etise and facility that it
news a fraiht teuiii.
0 i lita Machine can le run to make one
thousand five hundred stitches per minute.
10 l he seams are n elastic as tne most elar-
tic fabric, so thru it is free from all liability to
break in washing, ironir.g or other wie.
II Ihe btuius maud by this machine are
more beautiful than any otLer made either by
hand or machine.
The price of tbee Machines at office iu New
York, range from $75 lo $150: an additional
charge of $10 only is made on each machine
orer New York prices atot'dco in Nashville, to
defray expensed of importation, &c., to asu
Tille. K. H. HKOOKWAY, Seo'y.,
Naohville Sewint? Machine Company.
Prlrra f tltra .Tlacbinea ranre front
fa tm tloO. wch!to u.
f piIB istKciUr tak.a this- niShod of Inroruiiof hi old
1 eu.toiucrv and fnecd and th publio cenvraily, tha
k ha removed b Hardware Mure from th old sLaod 00
liars. I 4rl, u No- la the lare brick butidinr, ially
treated oa lb huuta .U of liroad unci, wbers be kp-
aoaatahtly oa hJ iuu make la order tu ri.js arltcus
t8braeo4 in Lis lino of busmees. II tovitv e)-ial at
l.nuoa 10 hi larj-e aortaiit of CAhTINU, HLLOW
V AXL BKAjstf, o , uea a Naoll and Coat Urate, Wac-
en Bo,r'!'w Molds, straw -Cutters, Ccro-tvie ler, Cora
Crashers, ilnl-Crusher. Balcony Work and Iron reacinf,
CoHee aliil,Tea l el lies, lirmm K.ltie lH-lrOD, Candlw-
fuess, and aa ahnust euuiesa variety a etnr article-.
JanW ti as dkaw am'ckpo
.Profr HENRY WEBER
Teach a tint
1 A IV O A N IV S I N U I N Ci.
RMS $40 a io of iva ueata two J,v
, Lesseetevery week, each Cfty latnutis.haif
jfc paid in aavaaee. -
Leooby the eouin. iu to d is avanee.
ff UtUorste be left at Wt'i Uiuelcra
r,EW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
from VI8CHER OWEN k CO., Gen'l Advertising House,
Applxtok' BctLSixo.846 Broadway, New York.
Imported Wines, Groceries,
A. & W. UYaFAW,
203 Canal Et , and 719 Broadway, N. T.
IMPOBTKaS AND IiXALSBb IS nabT QOAIJTT
Offer to the TRADE, HOTELS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, and
ail who are choice in their taste, and desire a
genuine art'ul, a targe variety of
TEAS GREEN AND Bf.ACK, POUCHONO, POUCHING,
ENGMfU BREAKFAST, OOLOG, IMPERIAL, HYSON,
FUN POWDER, 10C.NO 1Y00N, ao, in chest and half
COFFtE-MCCHA anl JAVA.
WINES MA' EIRAS, BhEKRIES, P0RT3," HOCKS, c,
very old and hih grades, in original packages, demi
jotms, magnums and hottles.
BARTON and GUEeTIEK'S CLASET8.
CHAMPAGNES Moet A Chandon's, Cabinet Imperii
Do Heidsick, G. H. Mumm's, Cabinet Imperial
LIQUORS Brandies, Hums, Whiskey, Gin. Arrack, Ab
sinthe, Kirsb, Ac. Ac, in origiual packages. Also, Cu
racao, Maraschino, Anisette. Niveau Bitter?, 4c.
MALT LIQUORS London Brown Stout, Scotch and EDg
lit h Ales.
PF.GAKS A variety of Choice Brands.
PICKLr 8 ENGLISH and KHENtU.
SAUCKS For Fish, Currie, Meat, Ac.
CHkirE bTILTON, CHKDDKK, KOYAL TICTORIA,
PK1NOE ALBERT, PARMESAN GKUYEUE. SAPSAGO,
DUTCH end AMERICAN.
SUGARS LOAF, CKL'SHED, PCLVEKIZtD, St. CROIX,
Ac. in barrels and half barrels.
HAMS WESTPHALIA and AMERICAN.
OILS OLIVE, SPERM and WHALE.
IO3 Our Liquor are warranted, nnadulterated, and o 1
our own importation sep'.22.
15 AGS! BAGS!!
Corn Eicliaiige Ba Manufactory.
125 & 127"Broad Steet, N. Y.
JTOW ready for the FALL TRADE cheap for cash
60,000 new 3 Bu. GRAIN BAGS,
25,000 " 2 " " "
75,000 SEOOXD HAND S and 8 Bu ,in PRIME ORDER.
87,000 SEAMLESS BAGS of all the various kinds.
14 H and 1-16 bbl. Bags, designed expressly for their
'I rade, and manufactured from our Premium Glazed Cloth,
(warranted not to fift Flour.) This is a Lew article and
we call the particular attention of Millers and Flout
8AI.T FACTORIES supplied with Bags, all sizes, designed
expressly for use.
"AII order executed with neatness and dispatch.
aug31 3m. V. B. E. CLARK, Proprietor.
FOL'NDKY, It.WMX; A.U
IRON FURNITURE WORKS.
PHILIP TABB, manufacturer of Rich Bronze, Gilt,
Highly Ornamented and Plain IRON FURNITURE,
Iron Railing and Castings, of every description. Office
and warehouse, 61 Greene street, between Grand and
Broo-ne, New York. aug81 2m. V.
DIC. LAiniOIV'T'S PARIS AND LONDON MED
ICAL ADVISER AND MARRIAGE GUIDE 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, $1 and
four U iter stamps. Mailed free. Among its contents is
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female,
all their diseases and weaknesses; latest discoveries in re
production; a new and healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
unequailed Paris and London treatment of Gonnorrhus.,
Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis, Primary and Constitutional,
Emissions, Impotency, Ac, at Si Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box S14 N.
Y. P. O. "We recommend Dr. Larmont to the alllict- d "
Courier des EUUm Univ, SUiais Zeitung, Democrat, Day
Book, Mercury, Atlas, i'olice (jaaeite, Jtc.
Light! Light!! Light!!!
D 1 K T Z t C O . ,
IMPROVED KEROSENE, CAXPIIESE, FLUID,
AND OIL LAMPS.
2i VAEtULS CllU.S AMJ FINISH.
MADB TO ORriKR FUR
CHURCHES, COLLEGES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
No. 132 Willi im at,, near Fulton, New York.
Gold Ifledal Pianos !
STEIN WAY A: SO.S, Manufacturers,
O i WALKER 8TRKET, NEW YOKK.-
Or Received the following First Prize?
M coals in Competition with the best makers1
of Boston, New kork, emladelpnia and Ual-
TWO F1R8T PRIZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair,
Washington, March, 1S.VS.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York, No
vember, lSr5, (beintf the only gold medal given for Pianos
within the last six years )
A GOLD MEDAL at the Maryland Institute, Baltimore,
THE FIR9T PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
new York, November, isso. Among the judges were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
Gottschalh, Wollenhaupt and many others. St. A 8. Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame,) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Piano
packed and shipped svithout charge. Prices moderate.
C. F. TIIf.'ISSiTO'V has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Fortes fur 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. Brown.
Mr. T. can be seen at 81 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 701), Postoflice, Nashville, will receive at
tention. May 5 tf.
j NEW AND IMPORTANT
! Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
ENGRAVINGS OF THE SEALS OF THE PATENT OF
1 KICK OF GREAT BRITAIN, ECOLE de PHARMACIE
PHARMACJIKN de FAKlf, A?il 1 M f E KiALj COLLEGE
OF MEDICINE, VIENN A, are affixed npon each wrap
per, and around each case of
Trieseinar Ao. 1, 2, anil 3.
Thu protecting the public galn-t Imitatiohs, which are
liable to the severest penalties courts of law can award.
DR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial College of
Vienna, and Royal College of Surgeons, London, may
be personally consulted at his residence, 151 Prince street,
(few bio ks west of Broadway ) New Yoi k, from 11 in the
morning till 2. and from 4 till 8 in the evening, (Sundays
excepted,) unless by special appointment.
TRIRSKMAR No. 1, Is the Remedy for RELAXTIOV,
SPERMATORRHEA, and ail the distressing consequence
arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence In hot climates, it nas invigorated and restored
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dcrfol Discovery t
TKIESEMAR, No. 11; completely and entirely eradicate
all traces of Gonorrhoea, both In it mild and aggravated
forms. Gleets, Strictures, Iriitation of ttie Aladder, non-re
tention of the Crine.Pain of the Loins and Kidneys, and
those disorders where Copaiva and Cubbs have so long
been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of a vast
portion of the population.
TKIESEMAR, No.III Isthe great Continental Remedy
for Syphilis and Secondary Symptom. It also cocstitutes a
certain cure for Scurvey, Scrofula, and all impurities from
the vital stream, so a altogether to eradicate the virus of
dutease, and is a never failing Remedy for that class of dis
order which unfortunately the English physician treat
rilh. Mercury, te the inevitable destruction of the patient'
constitution, and which all the fearsaparllla in the world
TK.ltbt.MAR, No. 1,1 and 8, ar prepared in the form of
a loaenge, devoid of taste or sin ell, and can be carried in the
waistooat pocket, sola in tin cases, and divided into separ
ate duses, a administered by Valprau, Ladman. Roox. Ri-
cerd, Ac ke. Price 13 each, or fuur cases in one for f 3,
which saves S3; and in lit oases, whereby there ia a laving
Special arrangement ha vine been made with the various
Kxprerses, the nine dollar er of 1 rieaemsr, aud the larg
er .MS--, are forwarded by Dr. ban ow, carriage paid, imme
diately on receiving a remittance, to any part of the world.
Securely paaked and addressed according the instruction
or the writer, thus securing to the public genuine European
preparations, and effectually protecting them from spuri
ous pernicious imitstlons. The three dollar cases sent a
usual, but not free of carriage.
To be bad alse.from lr. barrow, that beautifully illait rat
ed and p: puiarwork, "HUMAN FRAILTY, or PHYS10LO.
UICAL K La E ARCHES." It describes ia a elear and iocid
manner the caua and effects of the disease above enomer
td, with itwirueuoa for their prepor treatment and cure.
Price 2 cent. Sent free to any address.
AddreDK. BARROW, lil Prince oireet. (few bloeks
west of Broadway,) New York. nov5 lydv.
B. S. WELLE It.
AGRICULTURAL AUD SEED STORE
M0. &T, SOOTH MARKET 8T-, NASHTILLE.
H AVISO eatabtijbed general Agrtcaltural Depot at
the above p!a,l de.ir all my old and true fnend.
and the public at large, to call and e aae, and examine
my Mock la traJe. Thresners, the latest aod most an.
proved atower and Reapers, karnhiil's unrlvaUrd corn and
euttoa urtito; Brim premiuto flow and Lauivaior, of
a catuciy; Uardeo fceed, of every variety, a.nv. . lover.
limuity, Liu Ora, Urehard Cirua, Canary, iicnp ac4
Kap Seed, buck teat and Bailey, constantly on hand.
AU kiuu of Acrwalusrai aad iloruoaltttraJ liuuiuiueau ob
All kind af Copper, Tia, Braa and Sheet Iron War
till oianutaclured, and thovea, ttrata, Ac, lor ai. As-
riouitaral laipietucat Bot ea hand, ordered and sold at u
aaoulaclurer's pra.- aud traporta. wo. Also, Tinner'
Machine and iiand Tools from feck. Su-iOi k Co.1 Maaa-
faecory, ttouttungvoo, Cjtnn.
Jul received a supply ol RuaB.Lusatta Utra Baa.
Paiapkin rc4 Iji mu iw (or e.a.
say y. B. S. WELLE R.
Champagne aud Sweet Cider.
A LOT of lhabye Just reivd.
. packarv of New Yoik Mad Ale Putcps:
1 lut with btiver Top;
60 boa Ir.ocb Conltccionary Artklr. fruit;
Candle a.aJ to order rta every daj;
Cvae.ee. ade fi.sh dally, all kind;
t6 bbl Nuts, aorlii;
loo bbw Ale, beat triad.;
Th Jy artiCi are treb sod l!i be svld ehvas by
4. l. aiub.aT?4jN,
ST. LGUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
From the Newspaper Advertising AgeDcyof JAMES E.
DCDDERIDGE, ro. 14 SecondStreet, 8T. L0UI8, M.
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
No. 212 N. Hain St., Corner of Korgan,
ST. tOITIS, MO.
Trench Bnrr Kill Stones,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
Subber Belting. Lacing Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting Cloth, Screen "Wire and
Mill Materials generally.
PEICES OF LEATHER BELTING-OAK-TANNED.
n tt ? a E2 2 en OS o
tea Za u I 5
1 in. 7c. 10 in. 83 i 1-8 in. 4c
ltf " 10 10X M S7 8-16 - C
2 " 14 11 " 90 i 1-4 " 8
" IS 11 " 95 8-8 - 12
8 22 12 " 1 00 1-2 16
3V 26 18 " 1 22 ! 68 20
4 " 30 14 " 1 3J j 3-4 " 25
4VT 81 15 " 1 46
5 " SS 16 " 1 53
5 " 42 17 " 1 TO
6 " 40 IS " 1 82
6 "50 19 1 9tJ I
7 " 65 20 " 2 10 1
TM " 60 21 " 2 24
8 " 65 22 " 2 8S i
" 70 23 2 52
9 75 24 " 2 66 j
" H) ' 1
Doable felts, Double Price, (made to Order.
LOT on Cherry street. South Nt8hvil!e, near the
Baptist Church, on which there is a small Frame Ten
ement. The lot fronts 70 feet, is 180 feet deep. Apply to
septl-3. A. V. 8. LIND5LEY.
ryilE Rutledge property can be rented until first Janu
X ary,lS59. Possession given immediately. Apply to
ept2 J. A. V. 8. LINDSLEY.
TWO handsome Lots in EdgeSeld, on Woodland street.
1 he t-oia front 50 feet each, and are 17o leet deep.
Apply to .
eeptl5. A. V. 8.LIND8LEY.
A Valuable Business Lot for Sale.
5 AM now offering for sale that val iable Lot en Market
(treet adioining the st. re of Morris A Mathews. The
Lotfiontst'i feet on Market and runs back 107 feet to
wards Fruni etrett.
It would make one of the best stands for a wholesale
Grocery Store in ihe city. For terms apply to
septl 0. A. V. 8 LISDSLEY.
A Neat Dwelling House for Sale.
CJITUATED in Edgefield, on the Gallatin Turnpike. For
KJ funher particular apply to
A. V. 8. 1.INDSLEY.
THAT valuable Dwelling at the corner of Cedar and
Summer street-. The lot front 15 feet. The Dwell
ing is large and commodious, and there is a fine office on
the lot. it is one of the most desirable locations in the
city. Apply to
septic. A. T. S. I INDSLEY.
Valuable Business Lot at Public Sale.
ON THURSDAY THE 1st OF OCTOBER NEXT, at 11
o'clock, A M., on the premises, 1 will sell thaUvaluable
Lot at the corner of Front and Clark streets, adjoining tb '
ware house of U.S. French a Son. The Lot front SO fee.
on Front street and 60 on Clark.
Tkkms : A credit of one, two and three years, for notes
payable in Bank, bearing interest, satisfactorily endorsed
and a lien retained. A. V. S. LINDtLEV,
E. R. Glascock, Auctioneer. acg24.
Valuable Free-Soil .Lot for Sale.
I AM now oflering for s Ue a valuable Building Lot on
Spruce street, near the corner of Broad. The lot front
sixty-six feet on fcpruce, is one hundred and fifty feet deep,
with a convenient alley in the rear.
This property is exempt from taxes for 26 year from 1st
January next. This exemption is of more value than is
u.ually accorded to it, a not only the grounds baa all im
provement erected thereon, but free from taxes. The
raving in the item of taxes will more than pay for the
ground and all improvements. This lot is also situated in
a part of the city that is now being rapidly filled up with
Hue dwellings and private residences. Term reasonable.
Apply to julySO. A. V. S. LISDSLEY.
A IV EAT KESIIJENCE IN EDVLt'IELD
now offered for sale at a bargain. The Lot V-V
fronts 42 feet on Woodland street and 170 on I"1
Minick. The House contains four good rcoms, goodJJJ.
extern, Ac. Ihe house is new. built of brick and th
situation one of the best in Edgefield. Will be sold low.
Applyto A. V.S. LINDSLEY,
uce!3. 83 College street.
THE CHEAPEST PB0PEBTY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
rAm now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproperty, on College Hill, immediately opposite the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Troost. The
lot fronts sixty feel on Market Street, with the same front on
College. The House is large and commodious, and the
whole, at the price I offer it is a great Bargain.
Claibornes' omnibus has practically moved College Hill
right in' o the Public Square, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well to look at thii
prnpety. allon A. V. 6. L1NDSLEY.
Apr. 80, '57 BAtJ.
LOT In South Nashville on College street, beyond the
Medical College, fronting 60 feet, being the Lot on
which Rives' Carpenter Shop formerly stood. For sale
Cheap. Apply to A. V. 8. LINDSLEY,.
marcb'26 88 College street,
VVABUABLE LOTinBcuth Nashville, corner of Sum
mer and Oak streets, fronting 120 feet on Sumuie t
street and 170 on Oak street. Will be sold as a bargain.
The Gas is now being carried np in front of this Lot.
Adply lo A. V. S. LINDSLEY,
march'20 ga 83 College street
ha rs ADDITION.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Conrt, at
X C'larksville, in the case of Tho. W. Barksdale, and
other, vs. Philander Priestly, A. V. 8. Llndsley, and oth
ers, I shall on Monday, th 12th of October next, at the
Court house, in Nashville, at 9 o'clock, sell to the highest
bidder, three Lots in Hay' addition to Nashville, a credit
of 6, 12 and Id months for note satisfactorily secured,
bearing interest and a lien retained.
A. V. S. LINDSLEY.
sept 14. Commissioner.
VALUABLE B0U8E AND LOT FOR SALE.
A M now offering for sale, on reasonable term, the
House and Lot at the corner of Broad and Uigbsi.,
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Applr to
A.V. . LINDI-LKY,
July 3. 83 College street.
FOR SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
I AM offering for sale a most desirable residence on 8am
mer street, in the 7th Ward. The Lot front 83 feet rjr
1T0. The House is new and neat, contains! room, kitchen,
servants' room, smcke boose, dairy and stable. The ga
has Just been carried in front of this Lot. I knew it to bw
a bargain. Applyto A. V. 8- LINDSLEY,
june-'O. S3 College street.
THOMPSON & CO.,
59 COLLEGE STREET,
NEW IMPORTiiTToAS FOR FALL
CONSISTING IN PART Or
Rich Proead tiayadere eilkr,
" Brocatelle Aotqae do;
44 Velvet fids Maria Imperial-,
" Doub.s .-trU;
u rlcheMoi e Ant!ne;
" Yelvet Flounced Huee;
Bayadere Silks of all Grades.
A SELECT STOCK OFErETINO SILKS,
Bayadere Double kirt,Sid Strip and Flouacc. '
SIDE STRIPE DELAINES.
Rich Kola rechaibre r lal.e and GeBtkeme
Delalnew of all kinds.
SHAM'S, MANTLES, SCARFS, fa
RICH CHENILLE FH a"L, emtfciof atvj
" VkLVtr MANTLES, BW Style,
" - tLOAa-S,
" CLOTHS " '
eCARFa OF ALL GKADE3 ASD KINEi
Lace3 and Embroideries,
Aa satire NEW tTOCK, ecautvor cf a3 the laUat ty!
la It (earkcl.
Great Job llmbrcaderie.
CARPETS, CURTAIN MATERIALS, AND
Iteut 1 urultUIng (.! of all kind.
WttA oc of lv. t.e-.t assorted itoeke ' Ioae;!s Good
la tee criritt.
K. 8. BOU.IM8.
P. CAS KICK.
P 8. BOlXUiA-
R. S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
New Store House,
i!fo. 4, TVaalkTille Inn Block,
North East Side PuMic Square,
XTHERE they are now receiving the larcest and most
V desirable stock of Boot', Shots and Hats, tbey have
ever offered to the Fall Trade, to which they most respect
fully invite the attention of ad Merchants buying in ihia
JNashville, SCth August, 'i&ST. 2m
Bransford, McWhirler & Ce.,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
READ Y-MA DE CL O TIIIXG,
NO. 3, NASHVILLE INN IIL.OCK.
I I AYIN3 removed to our New and Capsc:ons Ware-
ax House, as indicated above, we mod respectfully call
me attention oi ine neau trade to our EKX LARGE
ASU UUMfliEl a MOCK Ur
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, 4c, Ac
Comprised in the assortment and to which we most par
ticularly invite the attention of the Trade) will be found a
iuu and attractive stocx oi
Plain, Biack and Fai.cy Dress Silks,
Plain and Printed Merino.'-,
Plain, Golort d and Printed Delaines.'
Plain, Black and Fancy Mohair Lustre,
tt one noons, r-icoroiuenes,
Dret Trimmings, Riobons, kc
iiain, uiacK,anu fancy rrencn u.om.-,
Fancy Plush Testings,
Ladies Cloaks, Ac.
Beside a very large and veil assorted stock of READY
MADE CLOTHING, 811 IRIS, Ac. Manufactured under the
immediate supervision of one of our Erin expressly for the
Our Stock of PLANTATION GOODS, such as Osnaburgs.
nunc i-iuses, iriaiu uu iwmeu Aersryg, very neavy
Georgia Plains and Twills, Negro blankets. Country made
jeans ana bocss, win oe louou very large, and as eheup
as cau oe ouereu iu iu: couuiern country.
Uur lucimies for businees having been very much in
creased, we shall oner rlrti xnducemenui to those who
may favor u witli a can uiis season.
At HANSFORD, McWHIRTER A CO.
iEVr WHOLES A L.E
NO. 57 l'OLLl.t;i; STJIEET,
TK are new receiving and opening at our New Store,
v v No. 67 College Street, a Very large and entirely new
stock of Keady-O'iioe ILoTaiNQ, embracing every deacrip
tion of goods belongirg to the Cloihtui; business, being
exclusively in this branch of buines, we think we will be
able to offer a verv desirable buck in this line for the Fall
and Winter 1 rade. Please call aud examine our Stock...
Merit o Under Shirts,
Linen A Cotton Shirts,
Fronts, White & Col'd,
Linen Bosom Shirts,
" ' Drawers,
All Wool Under Sbiits,
El'd Canton Plan'. Draw
ers, Bro. " " "
Silk Under Shirts and
Elk. A Col'd Cravats and
Ties, great variety,
Col'd and White Linen
Cambric Hdkfe, gts,
- Border 44
Bl'd & Bro. Drill Draw
Plain A Emb'd Self Ad
Berlin Gloves, Mens' &
Back Gloves & Mitteus,
" " Lamb Lined,
Ganntlet " ' and
Gent's Traveling Shawls.
Hens' A Boys' Sasp'den,
&ea, .sine s isiae Aiizea;B0ya
A Children's Sati
net &1 Cloth Suits, all
Under A Oat Side Shirts,
Nashville, Sept lst,lS57 3m,
WEBB & CO.
WATSOV M. C"OKE,
Late of Gaine.tboro', Tenn.
COOKE, BAILEY & CO ,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, (APS, ETC.,
No. 50 NorlU Side I'ublic Square,
Wi have removed to the Store-house (next door to
y y Morgan A Co ) indicated above, where we are pre
pared to exhibit to the Trade a most superior stock of
Hoota, Shoes, Hals, Caps. Umbrellas, Carpet-bags, and
Trunks; wbich we will ooVr to Cash anl prompt Time
Dealers at a small advance on Manufacturers' prices.
Comprised in the assortment will be found a large line
ot u. n. catcneior s ceieoratea w ater-proof and Pump
sole Boot'; of which goods we have the control In this mar
ket. Also a good selection of Gum and Buffalo Overshoes,
and an excellent stock of Negro lirogans and Heavy Wool
Hals, suitable for Iron Factories and Plantations.
Having secured an eligible location for oor business, we
are desirous to extend our trad; wi;h reliable merchants;
ana win engage to five satisfaction to all who may favor
ns wun an examination oi oar goods and prices.
augS9 2m. OOOKK, DAILKY k CO.
THOS. EAKIN. WM. 8. EAKIN. ADAM G. ADAMS.
T. & W. EAKIN &C0.,
IMPOSTEES AND WHOLESALE LEALE2SJ
NOW READY FOR THE FALL TRADE!
We have new In Store a. superb a tock
of FALL AND WINTElt UUUDs, in
which will be found some of tlie ntoat
tatty good for Ladles and Gentlemen
ever offered In NaaUvllle.
We have largely Increased our (tock of
And are fully prepared to meet the growing demand of
the Trade at
Oar Stock of
WUlbe found large aod attractive, to ail of which
invite the attention of Merchant, as oor facilities enable
oa to offer extra Inducement.
X. dc V. LAKH & CO.
Nasavtu., Aug. 13, li7. Sus
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale Dealers in
READY-31ADE CLOTULXG.&c., ale.,
Ware Jlousea No. 70 & 71,
OUR STOCK ALL COMPLETE!!
W have bow la tr the largest aad best Stock of
ttapi sod labcy
W tvr IccpotUi, an 4 will aa thess at th very low
st price to pr.a; l dca'-era. A EWrsl dWeant u.J u
W nrqstest a eaaju:BU-oa of oar B;n;S, bicg vGa
of the larj'.sl r ter srted to tK fauttwe!.
A. J. J)lC.L &. CO.
aci-;3- ae tl ftl he
MT S "0 bmd, Nn'tbet;
fE W SER1ES.--N0. 567.
EVANS & 00,,
WHOLESALE DSALXKS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Wts FT W
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, & VARIT1ES,
SO. 1 NASHVILLE UTS IUCX,
NEW FALL &;"WLNTER GOODS.
HAVING removed to our new and capacious Storehouse,
CORNER OF THE PUBLIC FQUARE ASD KOKTH MAR
We are now receiving, and will have comp'eled by the 25th
inst., by far the largest and most varied Stock of Goods
we hart ever btfore offered.
It will comprise every description of DRY GOD, both
Foreign and Donusnc, together with a large amount of
RE DY-M ADE CLOTHING, manufactured under the im
mediate supervision of one of our Crin. Also,
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Variety Goods.
A careful examination is solicited from all merchants
visitiDg our market. EVANS A CO.
Nashville, August 26, 1?5T tnovl.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO-
IMPORTERS AUD JOBBERS OF
DRY GOODS AND VARIETIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES;
HATS AND STRAW GOODS,
No. 2, Naaliville Inn Illock.
NASHVILLE, TEN N.I
WE are cow opening at our NEW STORE, recently
erected on th- site of the old Nathvil e Inn, a very
arge and beautiful Mocn of the above goods, to which we
re-i"-ot:u'ly invite the attention of Merchant bujing in
aug.9. GARDNER, SHEPHERD A 00.
NEW FALL STOCK FOR 1S57.
ALLISON. ANDERSON &C0.,
NO. 41 PUBLIC SQUARE,
WE a'e now receiving and opening, for the 1
Winter Trade, a large and elegant stock
GOODS, VARIETIES, and READY-MADE CLOl'HISG, to
rbich we invite the attention of merchants, and tne trade
generally, iniuug our city-
aug'Jb dim. ALktaoM, AauutBun vo.
WHOLESALE DKALER IN FORkIGN AND DOMESTIC
HATS, LOXXETS, LOOTS, SHOES,
BliOGAXS, UMBRELLAS, dc.
No. 73, Lower Market Street,
N ASI1V1 LLE, T ENNESSEE.
(A few Ujii heloxe Vie Ka&ville Inn Lot.)
II AVE received and offer tale a fittt-rute assortment
FALL AND WINTEI6 (iOODS.
Preferring to reduce my stock before removing to H. A
B. Doug 'as' corner Building, I will submit to lower prices
than a more expensive business location wonld justify.
Responsible buyers of Goods at wholesale, who would
serve their own interest by instituting a comparison, shall
ave several per cent if they will examine this very tirten.
ire sfx-k. aug'il.
FALL AND WINTER
L. B. & TD. FITE,
No. 9 College Street.
T T7E are now in receipt of the most extensive and detdr
VV able stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
We ever beore offered.
Merchant purchasing in this market will flud it to their
interest lo examine in particular
Ul'R STOCK OF
laUdies' Dress Goods,
l IIITE GOODS, GEAERALLT,
Mantillas anil Cloalis.
We always keep the
Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth!
fW All th numbers from one to ten.
augC9. " L. B. k T. D. FITE.
B. H. COOKE.
C. A. MOORKd.
U. B. PLU'MMER.
Morgan, Plummer, Cooke & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
X XX. "XT
Noa. 7 & 8 I'ublic Sq nare, NuaUTllIe.
are receiving our FALL 8T0CK, embracing:
NKW STVLB PRINTS AND UlNGUAUfi:
08NABCRQ9, 1'LAtDd AND SrRIPE3.JEJ.N3, Ac, Ao.
July26 6m. MORGAN, PLUMMER, COOKE A CO.
NEW GOODS, JTJST RECEIVED!
WK have now in store the largest and best assorted
stock of Ptarle aod raccy DRY COOOS trial we have
ever before offered in thi market, to which we invito the
particular attention of city aud country merchant.
ALSO, NOW IN STOUE,
a large stock of Ready-Made Clothing of the neatest style .
and of the very beat qualities.
SIC Case of Pannama Hats, Leghorn Hats, Palm Hats; Fin
Soft JTur Hats; Fiue fancy ti'.k Bonnet ; Boft fir aw boa
net; Boys', Missel', and InfanU' llata, Caps, Ao.
94 eases of Boot and Shoes, assorted kind, for Eprinf and
IfAKDWAItE AND CI TLEnV.
A large snd well selected line of Hard-Ware.
Ail the above Good will be sold uodor the market pries
for cash and prompt fear-month's paper. Give u a
chance at yo ; we charge nothing for showing you through,
marls. TKABL a A LL'CCS.
A, IIEINItlCII &. CO.,
IZljcr and Scourer,
NO. 48, fRONT STREET,
t TTOCLD rvcpeetfuly Inform hi eld enstomar sad the
II "rest of mankind," that be has tak.n th above
land for the purpose of carring on an citenslue bnsi
nes in DV11NQ AND r-COl'klNO. All wbo have old
eluiht that waat them mads nw should rail. Terau
Cass. A. Htl.S RICH A CO,
aogt m, rontatreet.
aM'GOLKICK &, BURNS,
WE0IXSALS AHD EFT AIL C05FECTTOS S
AXE oprolcf at their estajli.'dtment, on Market ttreet.
No. be, next doer lo Mr. Power' Clothlug Bio-,
gener.l sawrtcieai ot cojiisctioaeil, wnkchtMy ia b4
selling on vsry raaaonabls larms, aal uruat, by tLstr atiaa
tloa to buaioxa, ts lnluee the public to estaod lo tfc.ra a
liberal share of (.atrjae. Auuibg h leading aruest
Bow onfcacd aad which they wiij be rseeiring. are th fal
Candie, of svsry variety; PIbs Appls snd Ohi Chsess :
fruit, of every kiadi Hrandia A Wines, beat br'ds, 5
Pieaie, asorid; Cordial, of very variotr- 1
r nut. v . a tiu i.' i mtm Q J . QTSert
Bbad sad eatmos; km Cigars,
Hiih a variety f artele sot hrm oasiersld.
U csoBWUua si h iceir CarxCscUu&cry. Uiev tavit lh
SttecUon of lis publ.e t their Bakery, from wkiefe a daily
sM-iy of fr..h Dread, Caaes, aas pastry eaa b Aad.
Pmruc will t laade ap la erasr,aa4 retuUr scot is any
part of ihacaty.
Bavicg permaaeouy locale j ter. ve.ofeowrss. wUh to '
he patrcuiaed nberaiiy ts t he sad. We ia&ead seUiog en
guKi Urau, aa by ear aetaeaaor eommmd oarsJy to ,
in I ad notice or a gesenxt publio. Mr rcepvctfully B.
vita Coaeu-y Deaicr, w&o sr in oar lis el trade, to ;y
aaa call tfur purcias.tg uittiiri.
spr taw aicuCLAICS 4 BC1NS.
Steel IMows, .1;e.
fiS eipeetiug d.i'y a lot of th TilUr sad Je5roa
biccl i w, oanlso asd Easirosd It Loci harrows. Cut-
tsug Soul, t uIjvsJ Jr. tlarrowt, A..
I am aetil r il rai oi lur borr wsroai se. rb.
ruaJ. tiiu, J slso tor lvabdys ecitraid ktaulfe
fcvraairrj aJ l iJLz Cora, tend lo y jar rjr.
.ft. S. 9. H ti.Hi, Ft.
fll.O V Sn-IlalU ftvrTttUbr Plow, esta,i ai
L. MILLER'S HAIR IIYIYIGORATOR
FOR Strengthening, Re-torinr, Darkening, and perpet
uating the beauty of the hair. Pice 25 Crura r
Bottle. It era-licate sonrf and daadreff; imparts vitality
to the roor of the hair; lends vigor a H ustre to the fibre.
damena them tf too light, or growing gray; fastens them If
f.liingout; renews them if already .hed, and makes tb
hair so t, silky and wavy. In the nursery it is lndispensa-
-w uKii, vi cicauiujt. i u v iicitu or cnuorrn,ana lay
the foundation of a vigorous growth of hair, fold by
Drugging and I ralers in Fancy Goo everywhere.
Whoidaie Uerot,56 Dey tret, New Vork. . : ...
JtATCHES. 1 1),000 CilCOSS
"fATCHE?, CIGAR LltiUTS. and WAX TAPET3. war-
L'-S- ranted to Stnrl -rr Vnt nr, in . A
tin boxes expressly or ehi pmg and Jobbin
mo-t liberal termtby CHAKLfcS PA
e. t-t Id oa the
aug24 8ra fc
125 Maiden Lane, New York.
MOtEa sTVLk OF SCHOOL" FCRMTCRE, nana
lactured na for .ale by N JOHNsOS.Ko. 490 Hud
ia J A 'rKe supply kept ounstantly oa
hand. Circulator forwarded on application a above.
WORD TO THE WISE !
go at once and
get some of
V VaU.BJKaVA 1 BAT
f Cordial and
"altVsa. It is the 'rr.All
only remedy thall will remove all impurities from the
biAjou. it being aToDic.it willat thesume time Slrtrgtn
en and Invigorate the system.
Thousands in St. Louis have used it. and the universal
expression is, that it never fails in curing any complaint
arising from a disorder-d Elate of the Liver, Stomach or
Bowels. A few dose will cure Diarrhoea or Dysentery.
AsaDiuretie.it will rm. .f tit. Kiiinev.
Uterus, or I'.lai'der; s an Alterative, It wi'l purify the
blood, and remove all Yellowness, Pimples or Sores from
It is a sure preventive for Yellow Fever. Chills or Apue
and Fever, and CLokra. 11 sere ia no nrittat e ahrut it.
We can refer to hundreds oi Steamboat Men and others to
prove that fact.
-VcLrAK's STKKSGHTHEXiKa CoaciAL does not reoulrecer-
tiBcates to bring it into notice, one riofe s sufKcient to
convince the mod skeptical of its wonderful Invigorating
enects. tall and irv it. It is verv Measant to lake.
Every Country Merchant ould take a supply home
ith him. It is an indispensable remedy for every family.
J. 11. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also, McLean's Valcanic Oil Linin tnt.
t37 Principal Depot, oa the corner of Third and Pine
streets. St. Louis, Mo.
CST Price, 00 per Borjle.
CP For sale by all the principal Merchants and Drnr
gists in the city and country.
TtlcLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL LINIMENT.
The greatest remedy ever discovered for Man or fteart.
Tte uuparalelled success of this Li niiiienl ia a sutl.cleni
guarantee for its astonishing efticacv. The Lame are made
io waia, me Mounded, Bruised and Sore are healed, and
all Who use it rejoice iu its healmv and invieuratinv ef.
McLean' Volcanic Oil Liniment Foeswe curative pow
er superior to all other external remedies, beihg so chemi
cally combined as to retain in its combination all the vir
tues of its several ingredient a to enable it to peuetrata
the minutest vessels of the body, dissiminating its healing
influence, removing the cause of the disease, and imparting
life, health, strength and vivacity to the whole system.
We see or hear daily ol person who were confirmed
Cripples. Their arms or legs parallaed or drawn crooked,
their muscles being shrivelled and contracted, who now re
joice in their permanent restoration of the use ol their
limbs by the use of McLean's celebrated Volcanic Oil Lini.
ment. "t ho," then will auCer with local pain or external
diseases whan a safe and sure remedy is so eai!y obtamedT
Reader, are you afllicted with Cancers, Piles, '1 umor,
Swellings, lironchele, Goitre, Paralysis, Chronic or IcDama
tory Rheumatism, Stitlnes in our Joints, Contracted
Muscles, Neuralgia, W.akness of the Joints Muiclesor
Ligaments, Ear Ache or Tooth Ache, Kroises, Sprains,
VAounds, Flesh Cuts, Ulcers or Fever Sores, faked Uroaats,
Sore Nipi les.Lurns, Scalds, lnfiamation or Pains, no mat
ter how stvere or how lor.g the dii-ense has txiittedf Fufler
no longer, McLean' Volcanic Oil Liniment will cure yow.
It ha been thoroughly tested in all of the above diseaae,
and we hav never known it to fail in giving Medy aud
That loathsome and distressing disease, the Piles, which
ha heretofore been considered incurable, cat. be perma
nently cured by thi wonderful Liniment.
Then tritle no longer ith common liniment and reme-dlM-esll
st oncesod get a upply of McLean's Volcanio
Oil Liniment. It i a safe and certain cure, and the only
reliable remedy for the cureof local pains, sores, sweUina.
ctc.,onniu or beast.
J. II. McLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
a " Principal Depot on the corner or Pine and Third
street, St. Louis, Mo.
Fur sale by all the principal Mercbaut and Drug
gists in the city and country. pr9
iiy ut ivs-
rim o:lebrati:d iiollaxo rb-medt to
DISEASE OF THE KIDAEIS,
WEAKNESS OF ANY KENT)
FEVER AHD AGUE.
And the various afleetlons consequent upon a disorder
UCOH AS Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, Collek y
0 Painn, Heartburn, Lo of Appetite, Despondency, Cor.
tiveee,is, Mind and Bleeding Pile. In all Nervous Kbet
maUc, and Neuralglo AUection, it has. In cuiueroua I L
stances, proved highlj beDeUcial, and ia others cfleclcd a
This ia a purely vegetable compound, prepared oa strict
ly scientific principles, after the manner of the celebrated
Uolland Profestor, Uoerhave. Because of its great success
in nioct of the European Ftatei, its introduction into tho
I'nited Ktates was intended more especial y for those of oor
fatherland scattered her snd there over the face of this
migbty country. Meeting with great success aeiongthera,
1 now oiler it to the Ameoican public, knowing that it
truly wonderful n-edlcinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It i particularly recommended to tho persons who
constitutions may have been impaired by ihs coutinoo vi
ne of ardent spirit, or other form of dK-ipation. Gen
erally instantaneou in e fleet, it find It way directly Is
the eat ol life, thrilling and quickening every nerve, rais
ing up the drooping spirit, and, in fact, infusing Daw health
and viiror in the system.
N0TICK. Whoever expects to find thi a bevr. will
be disappointed; but to the sick, th weak aod low apirltad,
it will prove a grateful aroinauo cordial, possessed of sin
gular remedial proportlei.
The great popularity of thi deligh ful Aroma has Induce d
many imitations, which the public should guard against
parchaaing. be not persuaded to boy anything else until
yon have given Bocrhave' Holland Luier a tair trial.
On botil will convince yog bow infinitely upeuor it I
to all thane Imitations.
pT" Bold at f 1 !r bottle, or ia bottle for 5, by th
BEUJA1IIN PAGE, JE:, & CO.,
PHARMACEUTISTS AND CHEMISTS,
Bold by Druggist generally throughout ihe Cnited State
P7 bold in Nashvill by
a WIN fcR0TiIEIL3, T KoUsaU AgenU.
tST" Sold also, by
PR. A. II. R080OK.
J. J. li'-tCH,
Spri.t dAWly AJ ly DruytMs gtmeratty.
l,. m. ti:mil.i:,
Attorney zxt Xjcixr,
OFriCK, PA M K AS PHERKirP OFHCr CHtRKY 81.
ML XT UvOK TO POfiT OrHCK, UP BTAJhf,
Will praeucs is sll lbs Court Luldea in Davidson and bbss
' ncreountirs, and will giv bi indivmual aticution
lo ail boalnesa cnlrtulcd to his care.
T. II. EDWAKDS,
Attorney at Law,
Will attend to all basic entrusted to his care in South
west kUMoorl. tuarlo lj,
ATTOll A 11 V AT L A ,
OrriCK NO. 4t CHERRY BTRKaT, CP eTAIM THE
CM. pDHMERLr OCCLP1ED bt DR. THO.MPmN.
fW Particular attention gi sen to th Collection of Claim
tT" All buaiiica (ucxasuxl to hi car will saswt sub
sdge 3. . Baias, kev. A. L.V. Oaaaa,
Dr. J. . Mc aaais, W. A V. U. Oasaanata k Co
Lisusurr A Caucaarr.
OIL JOHN' 11. CALLKNDEK,
w.U devote himaelfto his profession.
f70-". ko. aa, chtsry bt, up etaiss.
. It . M A It T 1 N
50. t SOUTH SPSUCS ST
a. a. sood.
G00DE & BLACK
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
-a.mr -av. sT3
M'LENNAN COtNTV, TEXAS.
Josa D. Jaass, rrt. D. D. Ja, Csshi
DANK OF COMMEUCIS (
Dsais ia aluhl sad lias Bill, Geld saA aUver sad Caesr
rest baas :, Baetwtits la sJU panssf ihs nan..
f , ti.ij.injiliiiiii aiarkd prie tot Laud Vt arras ts
s i r-y ieler,c OH Jepu".le. jo1&.
Vhea7i Tllctll '.'
t f U) (HU) BL8,1;1- WHEAT WAXrtD.J.
k. i Kf 4. l!fcr.4 at wr store by uih i.1 LT
t j. r ,-., - . . . . ..... i . '
w ... - -' ' g . - " ta. V Wi t
S. C. iAKDT.
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Af. c.'. t it.'Al"O.T or r.
I to sal ts . 4ai . U. IK UAX.