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NASHVILLE PATRIOT,
PUBLISHED - . '
DAILY,TRI'VEKLT & WEEKLY,
BY
SMITH, CAMP & CO.
W. BT.1X1TU, 1.1. TU08. GALLSNPXH. . 3011.
Office, No. IS Oeaderlca. Street.
tHM&,
Dally, per annum.
8 00
5 4
3 og
5 00
Trl-Weekly, per annum,...
Weekly, per annum, ............
One Weekly for two y ears, or two Weeklies for one
year, in advance,
THE WAT SOTS StO
S E W I r G HI A CHINE.
BOUT the 20th d:v of Augat, 1S"6. I emnloyed
A by Heir Watt n, Woosler A Co., composed of Vm.
C. Wmon Morr:s Khighi. and George M. Woosier. to
oaiufHCtire Sewina Machine, whicii were known n the
Watson 'en l:'.lr lewiag Machine." That therralterl
receive i a notice from th counsel of O B. Po'ter and N.
Wheeler, menj-ned in ihe annexed copy of injunction,
informing me that the e Machines were an Infringement
opon Letter? Patent hich thry owned, a d that suits
would be Ins ituted raintt me, unless I should otherwise
etile with ihera. This notice I b nded to Mr. Wooster,
oueof my employers- . ,
I then -.aile investigations o ascertain the fact., and
found that said Mac ine. as I teli-ie', an infringe
mentofsstrt latent, and 1 icforintd said Watson that ucn
was my opinion.
gub-eq intty a oil was eora-nenced atraiest me hy Said
Potter . Wheeler, 'id imrne lately thereafter I no in
formed Mr. Watson, and reqiemei tiim to take diarge of
the defence or the same, and he refused to do so, and I
then told bin that I would have nohmif more to do with
It, and I then cea-ed -o make the Machine-; and the in
o'nctoi,a e pv of which is hereto annxl, whs 1-sued
and erved uuon me. JOi-L CIA St.
Datel Ne Yoek, February 11th, 1857.
In presence of milks B. Asmara
I do hereby certify ti at the above statement, subscribed
by me, is correct and irue. JOEL CilAaE.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
CI2CUIT COTJXT OF THE TJVITED STATES,
BisoosD ciHCtir r.m ? socthks uisTaicr or b-w tohk.
IN EUI.ITV.
77k PrHtd'nt of Vw. Unitrd Stats of Am r tea to Jokl
Cat- hi Att-rne'i, Servants, Agents, and Workmen,
and tnuh and ecery oj t'letn,
GKr.tlNt . ,
Where ta it hith been repeeented to ns in on Circuit
rni ni ih I'nited iitt.-s. f or the fcouinern iii'mci m
New York. Mttinu a. h C urt of Equity, on the part of Or
lando K. Pottrr and Nathiniel Wheeler, co rptainafits,
that thev. the said Orlan to B. P fer -ml Nathaniel w ! eel
r k.i. liiiiv n), h.i.-l their bill of cotnoliint aKiin.t
th uirt"j.n.i ('. :a,i. the defeniant. to be rel eyl
toiic'hinir m itt ;rs therein contained, n which hill it is.
amoof other itvnirs. Bet for h, that you, the said iirfin i-
ant. are violating anil threatcuiijB to vio ate certain ex-
clui e riuhtH aod urivileu':! ve-te l in said cOTiplni'iantu,
for contruc'.inx, mtli'n;!, isin an 1 yeudiug to otl.eri to
bp tn- rfrum i :n oroveme ' t i in eiiif le!:lnes, anu
that the nptiiiia and .lomziof ou the said defe id;iat,ar-
contrary to qu-tv aa 1 gO'id coosciei ce; we, ti-efore in
coniiiderntiori of he pretr-Ues, do ttricil , nd until the
furtli.-r oi rtr if t' is Court, eiiioiu and com nand you, the
aiil Jni hw .,! v .ur At ort-evs. tferviinj", acil Hork-
raen, and -cli m I ei'ery or:e of the n, en ter th p-nlty
ti.it m.,i ii thireon; that ou. andemh of vou, d tr.nc
hencfort ltoi7.!thr. ab oitUelv and until id- furiher
ordr of thisriiurt. dsist and -efra.n fr m directly or in
direc lv. c.iiit'u:t u4, mikin;, wor- ing, osiu;, ee lintr, or
nittinv i ltd ur:ti e or one atioa. or in any If counter-
fei inir or i liit n i the in enti'-n or iioi.rove utut belot'f
1'i.r i,. u ,.i.i,njiit.. an 1 d scribed, claimed, and set
to. th in wrui. l-'.ers Patent of the Unite I Mtcs, re
issued o A. B. Wil on. and brarins di'e the 21 1 ciay of
Jnun anil rioinei b ' the c mi p lai naiitu , and
from in u r. w uv f.r iti.nner interferitie With th'i r 'hc- Ol
ii i co npUinar;t.8 u iir s "ii P'ent, kh.I frcm in any way
or ininn r viuiat ne or iif iu.iu id Letters fateut, or
H n V mr' tirnf.
t th llv. RoOKi B. I Ali iT, U 1 eu Juce
l. s.fcU
nf ti, HuMn-m.. n .nrii-f rr.e Linte l .-tate-.a' mi
ol -w Vork, in -id l r ci, tnimne a r
..I y.B temli'r. in th- J'"' of our Lor l out
svihuuiaud c ent hun Ir-d nd rrty-ais.
I A C .pv.j
fiIFFO:tD. K'SNKTII O. WiliT':,
r-ii..r ( f rv,ime' fir Cum jlinauta, C erk.
GK'l
80
17 W ill si eet, Ne Vork.
gept22-fi n
PATEMT
ELASTIC FI11E & WATEU-PROOF
CEMENT ROOFING.
rriHK nnlprminl are orenred to introduce into n.e D
I TnnH,- W. K. CKILUrt A CU.'S PsIKNI' ELAS
TIC FIRK AND WATr.'i-HROOK CEMENT RO 'UNw, and
ak the attention of Arrhitects, Hnildt-rs, Railroad r.om.
pinies, and the public to examine its superiority over other
ftooflni;.
ARCHITECTS AND ETJTLDESS should not f.iil to
examine this Roottn. a it is belter and cheaper than anv
thins in ue. The in ite"al forms a tiard and smoo'h sur
face that will resst the action of the alnionpliere in eery
climate. Ii i Impervious to wa'.er, eUntic, and flexible.
Itcontrarts and exn.tnrts wi h the changes of t! e a'mos-
phere, and will neither -vapor ale. crack nor rot; ana, as to
its ilurahili' v. there is no O'leslion.
It is practically imperishable, and will perfecrfully resist
auy ordinary external exposure 10 fire, as is abundantly
proved, an we will warrant it w it-r-proot'. We will eu
Kire to put our Rooin on over ordinary pood heathing.
old shinles, tnr nd irravel. tin, line, copper, or iron roof.
it makin.T no difference how strep or ll:it they maybe-
for seven dollars per one hunilred sq'iare feet; it hi-inff far
cheaner th tn anv K.t.I of the old style, and we are sure it
will live better satisfaction.
It will also be fnind to be the beit inintr ever inve"nte ! to
cove- or mend old leaky tin, taranl gravel roofs, or around
chimneys. Hcutiles. dorraar windows, anil gutiers, "here Hie
tin is rust-d through. This Cement can b put on to !at
as hinr a.i uine. and form a perfect ad'iesiori to any ob-
iect to which it is anili.d Tin Hoofs can be painted over
(an l w;irtai,tel not to le ik) al two d liar, and fifty cents
iir-r humlrcl soiiiire f;et. which ia cheaper and mu -h bet-
ta.r thnri nint. This Koofinif will be fo ind to be the best
them: for covcnnir lars iloof.t where thev are exposed to
fir audi as i)in Mills, p Mills, Factories, Railroad
Cars, HrnVra Ii. pots. Mution Houses, Slea nnoit Decks,
aud, in fact, cv r, kind of Roof where there is an external
e spoure from fire. As the Roof ia perfect, without a joint
n it, it presen e n" chance fur bre to communicate, and any
iuht nub. tnca will burn out without igniting.
fiw fnmrjnce Oilices at Cincinnati, and other places
here ChilJi A Oo.'s Ct nent hs been used, incurs Uuild-
inirs wi tb Hoofs oovtred ih tht Cement, at ihe same
rtes as lor those covern I with Iron, Cooper or Tin.
t4f- The Cement will be furnished to ihoae at a distance
wi'h directions for using,.
5f- orders tent 10 the undersigned, throngb the Post
Oilice. will be promptly attended to
' v 3. T. NATHURPT,
ro. 24, spruce Mitel.
TESTIMOM AL8 AND REFERENCE".
Orrica Bccibti tatb msdrikcb Tovpint,
IK0I5MATI, lec. 16, Ihitt f
Itt ail wnoM it mat Ciaoami: Ttiis is to certify that I
have examined Hiieritnens and Koofsof '. K. Chillis Co.'s
'Elas ic Fire and Water-Proof emeut Roofing," and be
lieve it to be cinintntiy nuperior to any other kind of Koof
lnFlnn I w.HKnee witne soft severe trial of one ol
these Koofs from a laricr volume of tlame from an a ijoining
buidiiiii. wlpch struck lirectly upon the roof and cornice
or nearly half an ho.ir. It tnod the triai beyond all ex
pectation, and ave-l the building, T. M. H Ar KELL,
Pre.iiieut Uuc.eye tate Insarau.tCo.
ClNCl.NSlTl AOBMCT RuYAL ISSnHASCK CalMPAST, I
February 6, 1 5.".7. f
I have examined W. E. Childa Co.'s ' Elastic Fire and
Water Proof Cement Roofing," and as far as lean Judge,
consider it a great invention, and am willing to io-ure
buildings thus protected upon the aame terms as I insure
those covered by metal. JNO. 8. LAW,
Agent Roal Ins. Co., London sua Liverpool.
From J. B. Bennett, Geaeral Agent of .tHnalns. Co. for the
bouihein and W estern States.
Cincinnati, Jan. 7, lb'7.
Having made const lerable Inquiry as to the merits ol the
'Patent Elastic t emeut Koonng, " iiiuunuieu luminncuj
bv Uhilds A Co.. I rtnd it to be highly recoKimeuiled in thu
ivivk, m.nv Hunt iutlises: 1 hat It is meeting with very
ready and nenerul lutio.luc.iion, thai its superiority over
th.. t.-.rrnn.i,.sit,on UoofinL'is decided and Ireeiv a tuntled.
and dually, I expect to adopt il fi r my next roul, which will
be uext summer having InlemJeJ w uo 11a, uminiirj
the virtue - of the '"PaUiut Uaalio Routing suhntitnte.
i'ours.truly, J. UENNtTT.
OrrioaorTHB Cim , Ham aso DaytoS Railkoao.
Chihls A Co.'a Patent Cement Routing is now use I hen
on our best class of Kuildings. We are covering our freight
Cars with ii, and our Mailer M-cbanic retw.ris urn favor
able to IL t S. L tlOM.Mr.DlEU, Pres.
Orrics or thb Ohio ai.d Minsi-iri Railroad Co., I
Cisciskati, Jan. 7, ls.M. f
Deab St: In answer to your Ir.q-iry, in re:ercr.c.f to
onr opinion a. lo Ihe practical n.-e cf your t.oof in the ouver
ng of ar, we my say ihat Iro a our observation w en
tertain a very f.ivor.iblc one, w much .o, that we iniend
testing it thor-juiihu on no f buildings, ci s, Ac ; after
whloU we will wilh pl.-a-ure g ve you our d s i ie I opin en as
to its utility. Yours, nu'y, fc. Lilt tMiin,
Supply Agent Ohio A Mi . it. R.
rff" Since the above ., wntien, the Ohio an.l .Mi.-si-
in., I K illro .d have eou'riioie.l for covering :i eir cars, de
pots and bridge-letween t tin iii nali and inceuiie -, uh
this Cement. con-iidcr.il ii the terl arucle iLcj Law -Ltd
for Ibc purpose. -
t H. C. Ixikd, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroail.
E. lisiiT, Pres. WiliKitu'ion au l n-vi le Raiirosd.
A.M. ,-B AkLiti, Pr.-.s Mer h inn' A M t.iuftet i er-' Ins. to
JaS. II. Cahtkr, Agent tvr .ilna and other liailhnd Co..
Hksrt Mortuk, Pres.Ceiitr.il ln-ura'ice Company.
Gbo. 1'ahulx, 1'rcaidenl Lsfayeite li.iis
Gt i. W.t orrtN, Hell Manufr. o HU Eat Second it.
BaK'B A Vi 1'uUl, No. 6J fourth st.
tzaa Uailky, Sin th St., between Fourth and FiT.h.
J. ttuuitM, I'ui or and l)raer, Fourth SI.
Milkm limiKsvixiD, 1 1 on foundry.
Judge W. V. i-Aliii-SO.s.
Joua -Jail.l.iro ol'ry Go.xls Dealers, Fourth t.
MlTCiitLL A UiaatUiiinU, tuiuiiurc Manulaciurers ao
Dealt rs. Fourth tl.
W. :i. Stwat, Bu kler 3t5 I'I'im si.
Msxiwaru.H Stilwbli., Lnu'svti,.
Wu. S McHaYNOLtia A Co., cUrasyilie, Tenn.
aprja 1 :unni w
PEABJDY'o SEEDLING HA JTBJI3 STrlAtf-
BERRY PLANTS.
rpilE sub crlher havir.g appolnlni B fl. WELLES, Sa.,
1 Age -t for the sale of t-.is .upcrb Sirawheny, spi ll
cants ean b suiui ied aii ihe f'4ioing rie: Furii 'i
of one noi-s ii pscka.e of 1 IJ'J U . pckK ol
101 0 8 ' IHJ. 1 will p:k them in earth and m.', a- ihal
they wil. i e eert.sin to live If prepily planted, aud ;
plaiu dinct'ops for tC'T culture. Orders may bo a.i
drevsd to me at Co ua.b.is, !., or to my arfvnts, J. A,
IIOtiT 'N A CO., New trloaos, aud Ii. d. WtLLtn.m ,
!1..nvi!le, Tenn.
Ho may see an x.ei 'py of the vine an J truit, aUo,
tracis from JoJTnals N'r:h aud fouih. hm ing ti t uiie
nor nualilie -f h a brr over all other (u euli vauuq
tin the receptiun of $ C will earelully pack oi.e aoirn lo
Oil till, aa i man It to any direction ta the Lul .ti, pre.
paying tlit p-isiatre.
Br. Vteilrrsiill all, act my agent for the ante ol
" ........ ...t.tt) Ar.i. ....... -. . i. .
.n,f vi-id Ler acre wil! be .va l.n tit preroi e.-p is
gattn red
Columbus, (ia., Sept
CH:
A. Ft A out
10
- lmeoaai.
Cojiil! Co:ii!I!
riMlB ettlzene of Naahyllle no bare an opp rtuuHf of
providing ttiainset, with a lull supply ol lioOH
COAL for lh winter, toy application lo th ueiiris gi.r I,
or to J. M. UAWK.taM,t the sttoa Coal vfnee, Na.LiiU
and Chattanooga Jlailread Depot,
VugM-Hf. - y.ie.H. MARTIN, Agest.
AKES PLOWS Of the I-est male- x-. fc
I
IXL rials and In gm l ar
iciy. fpso .... ! 'f
WrouirtillroB andPMitl IHouldtt
ght ano lelthandfloiis
A. W,
PUTNAM, r-rvpriator.
aagl4 4iu tu-w A VI
VOL. XXI.
NEV YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From S. M. PETTINGiLL CO'B ADVEKTIilNG AGESCT
119NaS8au8treet,Nrw Yo,
And Ho. 10 State street, Bostob.
P. A Co., are Agentefor the moat influential andlarprest
IrcLlatinR Commercial Paper both in the Uiited fitateaaxid
the Canada!.
Cordage, Cakum, &c.
CITII , ((Ol )t A ( o., :$2 Front at.. New
O Vol k, ai.d 'i cl i U e-ou:s tt.. New Orleans, Marm
aocrtrs ol ( rrdi e, ( i-kin , r., oBtr for Bale a full as
sortn tm of 'ariila and Tarred litpe NavyandExtra
Oakum, deliverable inew tork or New 0 That I.
majlC Cm
'10 tell
Cocde for a iranuf,ctuiioir houfeln thi City.
Iron t it h to JlMiin Rittlmudeii ensea.
On receij.t of Id, m e will forward 8n pies by Express
with iDMructions. or, address enoloMDg p. O. fc'taups Jor
particulars, C. B. OKTIs,
Real FBtate and flock Broker,
No. SO, tim tt., Ciccit nati, ' nlo.
June 1 lyd. Pott Oihce box S340
- 1
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
invite theattention of Merchants andTradersgen-
T erally to our large stock of
School Cooks and Stationery
AT WHOLESALE AND BET AIL,
At prices which cannottail to please. Our stock Of
Miscellaneous Uooks
Is altio larire. and we will sell at verv low Mtsfw;
prices to those who tuy to sellaain,
Tkacuka would do well to examine onr
atru-k. will m:Li Giwin I mTanffHtllpntH ImtSLm
to supply schools. STEVENSON KVAS8, ApenU,
auga ly Kastside Public Square, Nashville.
CHAIGHEAD & XJoT,
XlfcALKad III
XX J. XI. X5 "77" JS.
29 I'ublic quare.
IA.MKS B. C RAIf;i!EAl having purciiased the entirein-
I tereft of Mr. VM. U. MlNClilN, in the bu-mess of
Crainn.al Mim-hin. is atone authorized o na the name
of the ale Criu in lniiniati..n, and wih continue the bust
ness .t the old staad. No. i'i Public Equare, under ihe title
as above. maySi
IRGPd DEPOT.
III LILIAN
NO. 44 COLL EG E AND 41
UKOTIIKRS,
AND 43 MARKET STREE
HAVE now in store and offer for sale, low for cash, or l
prompt dealers on time
IKON.
401 tons Tennessee Charcoal ReSned Iron
175 do Best brand Hittsburg no
Xi) do do Hammered do
Isj.11,.
P65 kegs Bes' Brand Nails and Ppikes.
AXKI.s AXU M'ltlAOSS.
22 setts Wa'on xles, allaizes.
lb'l setts Uu;,'fr Axles, do.
145 pairs " Springs, do.
119 boxes Collinn', Hunts, A I.ippincott'g Axes.
Sfl-KL.
9 tons Cast. Hhear. E. B. and A. B. Steel.
10 settsSteel lire.
ieoir.
4-3 coils Manilla Rope, all sizes.
casti(;s An wacm boxes,
75 tons weil assorted Castinirs
800 setts Wagon lioxes, a l sizes.
MIOVr.I.S ANB M'ADCS,
75 dozen Ames A Rowland's Shovels and Spades.
STKAU.Cl'TTi:HS A I t Oll.-V-SIIEI.-
JLEKS.
80 Nos. 1 and 2 Straw Cutters Snford's.
80 Nos. 1 aa I 2 Oorn-Phellers.
WOOL! WOOL!!
5,000
LIU of clean WOOL wanted, for
rhlchl
will p iy the hig'ieutcash price.
R. C B NDT.
July!.
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
MANUFACTURERS OF
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, &c.,
No. 10 Broad St., and 94 South Market it.
NAM! VILLI-:, Ti:...
STOV1
:.s, TIMVAItn, elc.
TCST RECEIVED
AND Ff'R SALE, A LA RG
AND
' complete assortment of Cooking and
Heating Stoves,
brought to this
of every size, price and pattern, that is
market.
We are manif Ttu Tins' the Wrought Iron Cookie tove.
of all -izes, ranging in price from 4i) to $150, of the best
and heaviest tr.aterixl.
Tin Ware wholesale and retail.
Conner and Sheet Irn Work for all kinds of Machinery,
Steambo us, Siationarv Engine, Ao , Stilts and Distilery
Work, made at th e shortest notice, rona Founts made and
repaired; roofing and spouting done with neatness and dis
patch; In fact, everything, that requires Tin, Copper, or
Bhaet Iron, is done by as in the bet manner. nd as cheap
as any. vuniky jim?.iim.
No. 10 Broad St. and V i'outti Market St.,
Jane 5. Vashville.Tenn
PAGE'S
PERPETUAL LIME KILN".
rTM!Is KILN will hum four hundred bushels or Lime
A. htone ( which, if good stone, is equal to one thousand
bu-hcls of slackeil lime) in twenty-four hours, with four
cords of wood, and is nerpetual in its oneralion, the lime
being drawn once in three to six hours, from the base, and
replenished at the top of the cupola. This Is but the or
dinary every dav capa-ity of the Kiln, as has been abund-
mtly demonstrated bv those already In operation. It
also makes much b-ttc lime ttan that burned in the or
dinary wav, all tho .tone beinrr perfectly burned.
Anv number of reliable certificates to the capacity of
the Kiln, and any other tuiorma'lon In reference to it.
will be lurnished, on application by letter or otherwise, to
the subscriber, who is agent for the sale of rights and put-
ting up Kilns in the .-Late of Tennessee.
J. A. KICHAKDWIX.
MoMinnville. Jan 2S, 1M7. ian.M' dW9m
(iUOVFJl II AK Klt'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promote, the leisure, health and happiness of home.
OFFICE:
No. 4 Public Syuure, Kualtvlllc, linn,,
?- " . tr
1
6
-y.-e-v .-.,,," -. - si
"C. . - . -
-, Jt .-.J -5- "
Reason why this Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.
1 Iifrntiae it is the only fewine MucMne in
tilt wirll ever in vented, so cutiwiructed as to
fully meet the ileuiunds of fainiiie-s fur general
use.
2 It is very t-iiunle and i uevcr liable to get
nut ni oi'iiiT.
3 It mikesM nti?ii wliich will not rip, though
every tliittl btitcli is cut.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
L It M-ws viili two ueetllef, tiitiking any
engtli ftitfh i! sircti.
6 It tu-ws frutn two onlinnry spools, ami
thtirt all Ir.ml.Ks at wiiuliti tltr-nil is aveiileil;
while th
i Haiiio M.i;
tiV a tiiere
. i no
tli.ti
Call
lo niliiiiteil
Ut
all
p'enMire,
ei'iool to
VHrieties
7 Tlie
t work,
.-tine M it'liine
runs cnii or
Hoen
eijual
thread, and coininoii hpool cotton, with
facility.
B Tliis M'icliiii vt ill new in the sleeve cf n
cot with xhr I'm' ene aud ficility that It
iewin Hri'l.? kin.
il Tliiti Midline can he run to make one
thought! live li'.itiiht-'l pttti-he.- jier minute.
10 The f-niiiis tir; h oltitic an llie inost elas
tic t-thtic, t tt at it is ti'vo Irom ail liability to
brenk in wtisliiiij;, ir-iiit)i: or othtr wi.
11 Tin lioiit-s inailo ly t Ii i tn.'icliine are
more beaut ifal tl.in any oilier inuJe either by
hand or uiMcf.iiie.
The iirue ol liie Mitebini H t ollii-e in New
York, r.it'rre f 'o:n 73 tojjhVi; uti hdiliiiona)
cbargo tif flO oi.iv ia Um.ie) oi' e-.f!i tiiathiue
over New Yr prices at olllcc in N'bvilis, to
defray expeiivs) ut iiiiinirtHiiin. vVc tt Nash-.
till. l:. il. liKiH liWAY, Nec..
lSa?bvi!le evs,k' M iol.'lJc (otiJiiiy.
Irlc r lUtte latetit tire rnitara frettx.
tS.Ue.IJO. ltetS if
. HU IVX OVAL.
TH H stihscrit-rr takes this method of informing hie ski
usw-ner. and fricu-t. uj u,e public gexieraiiy, the
be has tenure t l is ll.r tr Mure Iron lh, old hacJ ea
lUrk.t sirMft, to So . t, tu Hi, Ur( bruk buiMmg, iaLaly
erected uu the KoulU side f Ui o,i turn, where he keep
eausiablly vn l.a.i-1 . J makes lu order tt.a vaouue article,
embraced la Ms line of buslneas. II luv.tee .fctal at
teouoa lo I.M las-e ariait of C AMINu, U LLU
WAK, bttAO-s, Ac .such . SUuU and Coaluralea, M atf
eo stoas,Pl"W Mold., Mta CJlUrr., " ru-.-uc lor., Cora
Cruabcra, Mill t'ru.hr. tak'uuy Hok and Iron rncieg,
CoBee Mi. la, Tea Ai'ities, tra killlcf l g 1
euc.au I aa almost eodia variety o. iii.or art ix.
n--tf AC t'Kt V ANLikkBUN
Prof. HENRY VEBEE
Tcaebea oa the
A IN" O A N I 1 .N SI X il I N G
iRl!Sl' a 8e.i o
iffjve moat!; two .-s.
llt; two vStV
f,hall
drau(.
LvsAunicvcry ek.tacn city aiiuuu., hall
Ij paid lo Mm
L..oti. t v the wuuib. 1 10 la b. In
if- (!, sta be left at M est' Miuie rtot,
t.24 It
NASHVILLE, TENN.,' SATURDAY, OCTOBER
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
PromVISCHER OWEN k CO., GenM Advertising Honae,
ArPLROH' Bdildiso ,348 Broadway, New York.
Imported Wines, Groceries, &c,
1. W. GEERY,
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(Islablisbed 1801.)
IKPOBTKRS ATD IkALKBU I!t FIUbT QCilITT
IF a mi ly Groceries,
Offer to the TRADK, HOTELS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, an4
all who are choice in their tate, and desire
genuine u tu ie, a large variety of
TEAS GREEN AND BLACK, 80U0H0SG, POfCHIWG,
ENGLISH PREAKFAFT, OOLONG.IMI ERIAL, HYSON,
FLNPOWDEK, VOLNG .Y6oN,c , in chesU and half
che-ts, ic.
CKFtE-M CHA an1 JAVA.
WINES MA ElRAS, S11EKKIE?, PORTS, HOCKS, tc,
very old and hih praih s, in original packages, demi-
Jof'ns, ti agnums and hottles.
BARTUN and GUEeTIER'8 CLARETS.
CUAiil'AbNEi Moet A Chandon's, Cabinet Imperia
Varsenay.
Do Ueiiifick, G. H. Mumm's, Cabinet Imperial
Versensy.
LIQUORS Brandies, Hums, Whiskey, Gin. Arrack, Ab
sin'he, Kirsh, Ac.. Ac, in original packages. Also, Cu
raCHO, Mara.chino, Anisette. Noyeao bitters, Ac.
MALT LIQLORi London Brown 8lout, tcotcb and Eng
lish Ales.
EEGAKS A variety of Choice Brands.j
PI :KLFS ENGLISH and FKENCH.
8ACOES For Fish. CuTie. Meal, Ac.
CHKfSE SlILTdN, CHEDDKK, ROYAL VICTORIA,
PK1NPE ALBERT, PA KM Ed AN GRUYERE. 8APSAGO,
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6LGAKS LOAF, CKLUKD, PCLTERIZED, St. CROIX,
Ac . in harrelK and half barrel.
HAMn W ETPHALIA and AMERICAN.
0IL-4- OLI VF.SPEKM and WHALE.
Hj Our Liquors are warranted, nnadnlterated, and of
our own importation sept'22.
15 AGS! 1SAGS! BAGS!!
AT THE
Corn Eicliange Baa Manufactory.
125 & 127Broad Steet, N. Y.
N
OW ready for the FALL TRADE cheap for cash
60 .MKl new 8 Bu. GRAIN BAGS,
25nOil " 2 " ' "
75 0d0 SE"uND HAND 2 an I 8 Bu ,In PCIME ORDER.
87,ULO fcEAMLESS BAG.- of all the various kinds.
MILLERS' BAGS
X. J' and 1-16 hbl. Bags, detune 1 expressly for their
I rude, and n anulactureu trom our Premium Glazed Cloth.
(warranted iiot to tif: Flour.) This is a new article and
re Call t.ie particular attention cf Millers and Flou:
Dealers.
SALT FACTORIES supplied with Bags, all size, designed
ex; resslv for use.
y?""AII orders executed with nealnei-s and dispatch..
aug.31 Hm. V. ii. E.CLARK, T.oprietor.
rOl'Mlltl, ItAlI.l.XO AXI)
IRON FUHNITURE WORKS.
PHILIP TABB, manufacturer of Rich Bronze, Gilt,
Highly Ornamented and Plain IR 'N FURNITURE,
Iron hailing and Castings, of every description. Office
and warehouse, 51 Greene street, between Grand and
lirooT-e, New V ork. aug81 2m. V.
Dlt. I..
ICAL
AlOIO.Vf'S PARIS AM) LONDON MED-
edition, 4U0 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cioth, $1 and
four h iter stamps. Mailed free. Among its contents I.
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female,
all their diseases and u eaknesi-es; latest discoveries in re
production; a new and healtiiy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
nneiiuaiied Paris and London treatment of Gounorrb.02.1,
Gleet, strictures, Syphilis, Primary and Constitutional,
Emissions, Impotency, Ac, at 84 Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, Isew iork. Address letters to box 844 N.
Y. P.O. "We recommend Pr. Larmont to the aUlicUd
Courier ties Etat Cnis, tibials Zfitung, democrat, Day
Book, JJ'-rcury, Atlas, i'uHc Guzeite, drc.
marchl7 dly
Liglit! JLiglit!! JLiglat!!! i
D1ETZ & CO.,
mancfacturrr or
IMPROVED K Kit OSES E. CAMPITEiTE, FLUID,
and oil lamps.
Gcim Fixtures,
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
CHANDELIERS,
It A PS TO ORDRR FOR
CHURCHES, COi.LLGLS AND PfliLIO ECILDINGS.
Ko. 182 William at., near Fulton, Hew York.
feba try
Gold Medal Pianos !
STLi.WVAV A: .0.S, ITlHrtufuclurera,
Q 4 WALK KR STREET, NEW YORK.
U i Received the following First PrizkI
Medals in Competition with the best makers5) H
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Hal- "
ttmore:
TWO FIRST PR'ZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair.
Washington, March, 166.
A GOLD Mr. DAL at the Crystal Palace. New York. No
vember, lS.'.S, (being the only gold medal given for Piano,
within the last six years.)
A GOLD MEDAL at the Matyland Institute, Baltimore.
I8.r6
THE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New Yorfc, November, lboti. Among the judges were ihe
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
OottschalL, 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 Pianos
packed and shipped without charge. Prices moderate.
decl8-l-v
C. F. 'I'll int STON has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Fortes for Nashville and Mid
dle Tennessee, some of which are now in use in this city.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M Bass, Mr. W. H,
Wbitos, and Mr. J. V W. IIrowb.
Mr. T. car, be seen at 84 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 7l'J, I'ostolUce, Nashville, will receive at
icution. May 5 tf.
NEW AND IMPORTANT
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
ENOKAVINGS OF THE SEALS OF THE Pa I ENT OF
FICE OF G AT BRITAIN, ECOLE de PHARMAC1E
PUARMsCIEN de PAKIti, AND IMPERIAL COLLEOK
OF MEDICINE, VIENNA, are affixed upon each wrap
per. and around each csae of
Ti iesemar So. I, 2, and 3.
Thus protecting the public ngaln-t Imittioss, which are
liable to the severest penalties courts oflaw can award.
DR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial College of
Vienna, an ' Royal College of fiirgeO". London, may
be personally oonsulie 1 at his residen'-e, 157 Prince street.
(few Mo ks vest of Hroadwav ) New York, trom 11 In the
morning ti l 2 and from 4 till 8 in the evening, (Sunday,
excepted,) unless by special appointment.
TRIES I- M A R No. 1, Is the Remedy for RELAX! ION,
SPERM ATO it It IKK A, and all the distressing consequences
arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence in hot climates. It has Invigorated and restored
to perftct health, thousands of the detlhtated who are now
m the enjoyment of all the Functions of Manhood; and
whatever may be the CACSEL, every DISQUALIFICA
TION for MARRIAGE U effectually subdued by this Won
derful liiaco7ery t
TRIESEM A R, No. 11; completely and entirely eradicate,
all traces of Gonorrhoj.i, both in its mild and aggravated
forms. Gleets, t triet'T- s, Iri itMtion of ttie Aiadder, non.re
leotionoflhe Urine. Pain of the Loins and Kidneys, and
those disorders where Copaiva and Cnbiba have toloug
been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of a Vast
portion of ihe population.
TRIKSEMAR, No. Ill lithe great Continental Remedy
for Syphilis and i-ecnn I ary Symptom.. It also corstitutes a
certain cure lor Scurvey, Scrofula, and ail impuritie. from
the vital stream, so as altogether to eradicate the virus of
disease, and is a never famug Remedy for that class of dis
orders which unfortunately the English phyi-iclan treats
with Mercury , to the inevitable destruction ol the patient's
eunstimiion, and wmch all the BaraapariJla in the world
cannot remove.
TRIaEM Alt, No. 1,S and 8, are prepared in the form of
a lozenge, devoid of taste or swell, and can be carried In the
waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin eases, and divided into separ
ate doses, as adminis'.cred by Valpeau, la lm.n, Houx, Rl
oord, Ac. Ac. Price $3 each, or fi ur cases In one for f 9,
which saves 13; and in t'I cases, whereby there I. a saving
t u.
Special arrangements having been made with the var'oti.
Kxprerses, the nine dollar cast a of Vneneiuar, and the larg
er sit u, are rearded by Dr. Bartow, carr'agr pld, imme
diately on receiving a rem ttanee, to any pari of the world,
securely paced aud addressed according lh instruction,
of the writer, ihu. securing to the public genuine Europeao
preparations, and effectually protecting them Irom spuri
ous peraiciou luiituions. The three dollar ca.ci sent as
usual, but act free of carriage.
To be had aUw.from Dr. harrow, that beautifully IllustraU
ed and p-pu ar work, "HUMAN FKAU.TY.or PHYMOI.O
UiCAL RLdr'ARCHtS." It de-vcr.bea in a clear and iucid
ananner the causa and eSscu of the diseases abvye enumer
ated, with instructions lor their prciei treatment and care.
Pric cents. Sent free to any address.
Ad(tr,a D't. BAitROW. 1M Prino eirtc t, (few blocks
writ of Broadway,) New York. oovi lydv.
U. WKLLKIt.
AGRICULTURAL AND SEED ST0EE
HO- M, SOUTH MAESET ST.. HASHVILLE.
HAVING astabliaed a general Agricultural Depot At
the above pus-!,! desire all my o.J and trae f,ien l,
aad Ihe pub ic at large, io call and ae tse, and eissias
Bay st.x -k ID trade. Tti'eshers, Ihe i&te.t and suoal ap
proved Mowers and Kper, barnhnl'a uunvaiied corn and
eollo Drllis; li-loev's premium Pioas ao J v auv.lors, of
Keala.-ky; tiardca Sily, of every variety, a so. Cluvev,
Itmotl-y, i.iue t.rass, crehard liraw, Cautry, liens sua
Rape Seed, buckwtcal and Bilk J, euu.tAatiy oa hat4.
All kinds of Agrtcultiuei and Hjrucaltarai lrtiplemcuu eo
hand.
All UntU c-f Copper, Ta, Br-, aad Sheet Iron Ware
still manufactured, and 8 c-wa, (.r.les, Au , lor si. Ag-
rkruttaral l.i..t :i.euts not on b&ad, orilered acd sold al tee
sKsuikrlsiet irKe ud utosensiiuti. Aio, Tionera
MMhit.es aud Hand foo's Creui Feck, bailJa A Co. UaIiii-fae-ry,
ivouthingUAa, Caiia.
Jia.1 rceiva a sut-tiiy ef Bush, Lma and Cora Estaas,
Puuipkia ee tat IU.e low for cash.
..Tyve. B. S. WtU.tR.
Chitiupague and S.ve?t Cider.
VI OT of the above )ut reeesi.
i packers ol New toil li.de Ale Foii-ps;
1 toi mah 6iir fwi
fesi buses srvsck CosJnJtiouary Artlclss, fresh;
CauJi.. iw ordrr frvsa every atj ;
Li acsers niaja fie.a dny, all kind';
6l tl: hut., tnvrttJ;
lusi liui. aI. l-.i Lr.ti.iA:
TU. au aiiiti.. are l(s.t aad wi:l be sold bsai by
J. u, ttHsaaT.-u-t,
afc. s-toa4.
I ST. LOUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
From the Newspaper Advertising Areceof JAMES E
UiVVILiLlUiiE, No. 14 Beconas-ree. c a. nutifl. no
g. &l!iDir& CO.,
Ho. 212 17. Main St., Corner of Morgan,
ST. JLOUIS, MO.
MANUFACTURERS OF
LEATHER BELTING,
French Burr Mill Stones,
AND
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
DEALERS IN
Bnbber Belting. Lacing Leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire and
Mill Materials generally.
PEICES OF LEATHER BELTING- OAB -TANNED,
J" ' J"
OB c. w O. S3- o.
IS &g 8 gg
a. c
1 in. To. 10 in. 83 1-8 In. 4c
" 10 10 " 8T 8-16 " 6
2 14 11 " 90 1-4 " - 8
" 13 11 " 95 8 8 " 18
8 " 22 12 " 1 00 t 1-2 " 16
X 26 13 1 22 ' 6 8 " 20
4 80 14 1 84 ! 8-4 85
4)4 " 84 15 H 1 46 '
6 " 8S 16 " 1 hi I
6 ' 42 1T " 1 70 i
C " 46 18 M 1 82 !
V " 60 19 " 1 8fi I
T " IS 20 u 2 10 u
7X "60 , 21 " 2 24 !
8 ' 65 2 " 8 83 i '
" 70 ! 23 " 2 52 ! . i
9 " 75 1 24 " 2 66 i
" -n i :
Double Eelts, Double Price,
marchlT ly
(made to Order.
BRAGG'S AR1IC LINIMENT.
T'HTS great specific, which ia a triumph In the progress
of medical science ot the nineteenth century, is not
presented to a public free from pain, suffering and dis
ease. It was not ditcovered, nor is it now prepared for
tho e possef.?d of soend health and robust constitution,
but for a larue class who are suffering pain.
Have you the H'onchlti t
Have you the Neuralgia f
Have you the Ear or Tooth, Acht T
You may rid yourself entirely ol these distressing evils
by the ue of Bragg's Arctic L niment.
Are you afll'Cted with otd Sores t
Are you tuff-.rinT from severe SruinesT
Are you enduring pain from Sprains t
One bo tie of the Arctic Liniment will surely give relief
speedily.
Eheumalism is a dreadful complaint.
Scnfuhi is a Ioath-ome disease.
Yet such is the wonderful healing properties of Bragg's
Arctic Liniment, that it will almost instantly cure ac.ite
and chronie Rheumatism, and remove Scrofula.
Why will yoo suffer with Scurvi 1
Why w. II you suffer witt 'h- J'ilest
Why will you submit to Chilllains t
When by naing the Arctic Liniment you may find per
manent relief.
There are In this world thousands and ten of thousands
who are, year after year, suffering with one or more of ihe
manv diseases with which humanity is alii cted, until dis
pairing and uigb unto the grave. Wounds, bruises, burns,
scald head, ch Iblains, piles, corns, waits, biles of insects,
sore eyes, tooth ache eir acne, neuralgia, sore throat,
paralvi-is, diseases of the Skin, tumors . wens, ring worms,
-curvey,c3kein the breast, core lips, stiffness in the joints,
rheumatism, gojt, Ac. have fastened u(.on them, and the
poor sut'ere- s ire seeKing an antidote.
'I o ail such, r. Br-ipg's Arc Ho Liniment comes as a snre
and speedy remedy, u is a balm for every wound, and it
neve fails I Hundreds and thousands are testii.g is vir
tues, and arerejuic r.g ir. freedom from pain and sulTjrin.
FARMED 8 ASD B0H3B RAISKR8.
Dr Bragg's Arctic Liniment is also a sovereign remedy
for the Various diseases, with which horses are a ill. cted,
during the moat alarming cases of brniaes, sprain., spring
halt, wounds, tcracihes, sweeney, spavin, ring bone, big
it ad, poll evil, etc. o farn er, livery stable ktepers or
any person owning valuable horses should be without it.
its fretaratioji.
The ingredients of the Arctic LKement are of the most
costly kind while the utmost c re is be-toed upon com
ponnding them bv one of the members of th; com any
who muses a personal examiniiion of every bottle put .
up.
I HO FAMILY SHOULD Bl WITHOUT IT.
Ia case of accident, it is wise to have a remedy at hand
to apply instantly. Many lives are thereby saved, when
if left lo the plodding time of a m edict I practitioner must
have been lovt. The Arctic Liniment Is the best specific .
as it acts upon the parts affected instsnt y. .
It is put up in k.'.c , .0; and $1 bottles. The 50c and 1
fl botti . contain f0 and ltOpr ct more Liniment than r
the 2!c bottles, and are much cheaper.
Every pe son buving a $ boi.no of Bkaoo's Aaona -f
miHKHT will be lurnished at Dr. Bragg's expense, wlih '
Emsrson's Unite i rttates Journal, published lo New York
for one year by tilling uo the oertiricne aroun-. each Dol
lar bottle, and sending it to J. M. Ekkksox A Co., No. 871
Broadway, New York.
BRAGG A BCRROWE3.
Sole Proorietnrs, St. Louis, Mo.
W. W. Berry A Demuville, Wholesale Agents, and by i
G. W. Hendershott, A. H.Hoscoe.and J. Stretch. .
oct. I.
AYER'S
c ii i: it it y
PECTORAL,
FOR THE RAPID CURE OF
Colds, Coughs and Hoarse
ness. BaiAtrim-o. Mass ,20th Dec., 1S35.
Da. J.C. Atkb: 1 do not hesitate to say
the beat r medy I have ever found tor
Coughs, Hoarse . ess, liffien a, and the
concomitant symptom of a Col , is your
Cbbkkt I'KOToaAL. It- constant ue in
n.y practice and n y fan-ily lor the last ten
years has ihown it to pos--es sn icrior vir
tues for the treatment of these complaints
EDEN KNIGHT, M. D.
A. B. MORTLEY. Esq., of Utica, N. V , writes : "I have
used vour PsotobaL myself a d in my inmiiy vver tince
you invented it, and believe It the best medicine for its
purpose ever p it out. With a bad cold I shoild sooner
pay ienty-five dollars for a bottle than do without il. or
lake any other remedy."
Croup, Hooping Cough, Influenza.
... SrainoriBU), Miss., Feb. 7, ISM.
Phothsb Avib: I will cheerfully eertif. I'ximm
Is the best reme.ly we pos ess lor the cure of Whooping
iouoh. iruiip, ana me cnest disease of children. Woof
your ira-.erniiy in me eoum appreciate your sk 111, and
HIRAM conkun, m. d.
AMCS LFE, FfQ , Mobtibet, Ia., writes, 8d Jan., 1S56:
"I bad a tedious li.fluei as., which confine me in doors six
weeks: took many med rioes without relief; ' nally tried
your J'botobai. by the advice of our clergyman. The Brt
dose relieved the soreness in my throat and Inngs; leas
than cne-balf the bottle m de me completely well. Your
edicitiea are the cheapest as well as the best we can bu ,
.uu b tr.ve. iu you, potior, ana jour remedies, as the poor
man's Irlend."
Astluiia or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.)
WaT MASCHasTxa, Pa , Feb. 4, ISM.
Sta: Your Cbbbbt Pat-roBAt. ia performing marvellous
cures In this section It has relieved several from alarm
ing syn ptoms of consumption, and is now caring a man
who has labored under an affection of the lu ngs for the last
forty years. HENRY L. PAR&S, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., Albiob, Monroe county, Iowa,
writes, Sept. 6, 1S3S: "During my prae Ice of m ny year
I have found nothing equal lo your Chsbbt 1'ACMaAt for
gl-ing ease and re n f to consumptive patient, or caring
such a are curable."
nam gbt ad.l volumes of evidences, bat the most con
vincing ptoo! of the virtue of this remedy 1 found in lis
effect upon trial.
CoiisuiupUon.
Probably no one remedy ha ever been kaewa which
eurd so many and such dangerous cases as this. Some no
human eide.a reach but even to those the Chsbbt Pacto
baa, ail oid. relief and coir fort.
Ast.jb lit C.-.B, Nsw Yoac Crrr, March S, ISSd.
Ioctob At.s, Iomkm.: I fee it a outy and a pleasure
to inform you what your A ixir Pactcbal. hay doc for my
ifc. She had been five moiiii.a Laboring under the dan
gerous sya ptoms of Consumption, from which ao aid we
couid procuie gave her raucij relief. She wassteaUlly ail
lug, t-nt 1 Dr. Mn-ng, cf this clt, wbe'e we have come for
advice, rtcommcno a t'i.l of y oar medicine. W bias
his kindness, as w do your ski 11, tor she baa recovered
from that day. She is nol yet as snuog aa sr.. oscd i0 be,
but is free Irom her cough, and cal.s hei self well.
Years with sraliui J and rega.d,
oiLAJilK) SHELBY,
of bnv.by viiia.
ContMmptim, do not despair till yo have tried Area's
Casaav raoroaAi.. It is m-de by one of the best medical
charci-ism tbeaorkl, aud Ils ceres a l around us bespeak
in high saerits of ii virtue. I'kUa. Ledjsr.
PB.EPABXD BI DE- J. C. AxK,
Practical anl Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Han,
And sold huli-tale bv
BEHKY A UAMOVILLE, NhvL"e.
Ret ii by
JO. O. B-.OWN.anda!! druggist in this cty.
FRiEi.Ci'N A 11 A s tvi.Nf. Coiaoabl.
t iOUaS A ti!tU.,Ciarksva.e.
R. l. DttSV, iUeib ville.
rX'lltl.L a LLACKMoKfi, GaHatia
And ail aeaiers ia mcdiciueevei ywnere.
DAN. PACKARD,
Oct 1.-4 m. Adv.rusiog Ajett.
JOIir KAH1AQE,
NO. 42, C OLLLC.E sTUECT,
IT AS JUST BCCKIVEO
teau Sn l ai.i Leather Carrres Gaiters,
cxttir-j a'Sa,
Bep'r ttitched C-e-ih icc(rt Uhvrs,
Uuitcg lie at4 tJ oe
eed Ci4 d J
" de do Osfe'dTiss,
Pms soi Cs4 Dress itoots, .
" i.U .c'4 aad peg'st iiouts ef varfaca ttytaa.
THl'vhM . ALiM.!U AXON NET UOXESUS
ALSO fw Fn; UsA r-o' Leasee Traaks,
il da da 4 bajgy Traaks,
Lad elarg.:M lrsw Treats,
A larye a. r-t.-).-' i i f !.e.i t:?t anl Fa r
UtTuti tkt'NS.3, S.hlMt.
A variety af . r-u L.iby taliatj Ya-
d ti. de I .ao et
Alo v' iel t t vf 4 tei t4lter a t-u,,.
fcttpere uttat Lealhar fewen.t iioyea,
tSa s-i. 4,'ta ti oo
tivk icirtir tl do
All of t'.ro ate tifjersJ Ccap fcf twaV.
(.j-t. , It. T.
ir
A
10, 1857.
WHOLESALE HOUSES.
a. a. rgllivs.
s r. carbjck.
r. 8. HOLLTSS.
R- S. HOLLINS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LIT
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
TRUCKS, ETC.,
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIIt
New Store House,
N. 4 TVaaliTlIIe Inn BIockf
North East Side Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TEW.
WHERE they are now receiving the largest and most
desirable stock of Boot;, bhors and Hats, they have
ever offered to the Fall Trade, to which they moet respect
fully invite the attention of all Merchants buying in this
market.
Nashville, 80th August, iS57. 2ra
jRciiiov-al.
Bransford, McWhirter & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND D03IESTIC
AND
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
MANTLES, 4-C.,
NO.
3, NASHVILLE INN II LOCK.
Nashville, Tennessee.
UAVTNG removel to onr New and Capacious Ware
House, as indicated above, we mott resnectfnllv rati
the attention of the Retail trade to our VERY LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
FALL AND WINTER liRY GOODS,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
READY MADE CLOTHING, 4o.,Ac.
Comprised in the assortment and to which e mostDar.
ticnlarly invite the attention of the Trade) will be lound a
full and attractive stock of
Plaifi, B ack and Fancy Dress Silks,
Plain and Printed Merinos,
Plain, Colored and Printed Delaines.
Plain, Black and Fancy Mohair Lustres,
White Goods, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Ribbons, Ac.
Plain, Black, and Fancy French Cioths,
44 Doeskins,
Fancy Plush VeBtings,
Tailors Trimmings,
Ladies Cloaks, Ac.
BeBide a very large and well aborted stock of READY
MADE CLOTH. NG, SHIRTS, Ac. Manufactured under the
mmediate supervision of oueof our nrm exptesslv for the
Tennessee Trade.
Our Stock of PLANTATION GOODS, such as Osnahnrirs
White Linseys, Piain and Twilled kerseys, very heavy
Georgia Plains and Twills, Negro Blankets, Country made
Jeans and Socks, will be found very larire. aad as chean
as can be offered in th" Southern country.
Our facilities fur business bavins; been verv mnrh In.
creased. We shall oiler extra inducements to those who
may favor us with a call this season.
ImA.NSrOilD, MCWHIRTER A CO.
Sept. 1.
KEW WHOLESALE
CLOTHIJSG HOUSE,
NO. 57 COLLEGE STJIEET.
I7E are new receiving and opening at our New Store,
v v Ko. 57 College Street, a Very large and entirely new
Stock of Ready-rcai e Clothino, embracing every descrip
tion of goods belonging to the CUthing busineu. being
exclusively in this branch of hnine-s, we think we will be
able to offer a verv desirab e Stick in this line for the Fail
and Winter Trade. Pleise call and examine oaf Stock.
Meriro Under Shirts,
" Drawers,
All Wool Under Shirts,
" " Drawers,
Bl'd Canton Plan'. Draw
ers, Bro. " "
Silk Under Shirts and
Drawers,
Sl'd & Sro. Drill Draw
ers, Berlin Gloves, Mens' &
oys'.
Buck Gloves & Mittens,
Col'd Shirts,
Shirt Collars,
Linen & Cotton Shirts,
Fronts, 'White ci Col'd,
Linen Bosom Shirts.
Bile. & Col'd Cravats and
Ties, great variety,
Col'd and White Linen
Cambric Edkfs, gts,
Border " "
Plain & Emb'd Self Ad
justing Stocks,
Woolen Comforts,
Cheneele Mufflers,
" " Lamb Lined,
GaunUet " " anc
Plain,
Kens' Boys' Snsp'der',
Bed, Blue & Blue Kizea
(Cashmere "
Gent's Traveling Shawls,
" " ;ArcUc Blan
kets,' Boys' & Children's Sati
net & i Cloth Suits, all
colors,
Flannel,
Under & Out Side Shirts,
Hickory Shirts,
BEECH
WEJSI1 & CO.
Nashville, Sept. Ist.lSCT 3uu
WATSON M. CQKR.
Late of Gainesboro', Tenn.
JASPER N. BAILFY.
SAMUEL C. GODSUALL.
COOKE, BAILE, & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
No. 50 NortU Side Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
WE have removed to the Store house (next door to
Morgan A Co ) indicated above, where we are pre
pared to exhibit to the Trade a most superior stock of
KooU, Sho s, Hals, Caps. Umbrellas, Carpet-bags, and
Trunks; wh'ch we will offVr to Cash and prompt Time
Dealer at a small advance on Manufacturers' prices.
Comprised in the assortment will be found a large line
of D. W. bachelor's celebrated Water prool and Pump
sole Boot ; of which goods we have the control in this mar
ket. Also a good selection of Urm and Buffalo Overshoes,
and an excellent stock of Neitro lirogans and Heavy Wool
Hats, suitabie for Iron Factories and Plantations.
Having secured an eligible it-cation for our business, we
are desirous to extend our trad - wi:h reliable merchants;
and will engage to sive satisfaction to all who may favor
us with an examination of our goods and prh-es
aug'2 Sm. C0OKK, LAILEY A CO.
TU0S. EAKIN.
WU. 8. fc AKIN.
ADAM G.ADAMS.
T. & W. EAKIN &C0,
IMPOEIEES ASD WHOLESALE DEALESSa
in
DRY GOODS,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
NOW READY FPU THE FALL TRADE!
We liave new lu More a anperb a lock
ol FALL AND 1Y1NTEII COUU!, lu
sjrhlcn will be found aonie of the ntoat
taaljr s;oods for Ladles and Geutleiueu
ever oO'cred In NuaUville.
W have largely increased our stock of
Kcadymiulc Clothing,
And ar fully prepared to meet the growing demands of
the Trade at
Reduced Prices.
Oar Slock of
ULASKLTS
CLOAKS
VAHIETIES
Ac., Ac
Will be found large and attractive, to all of a hich we
invite the attention ef Merchants, aa oar facilities enable
a to oiler extra Inducements.
T. A IV. EAKIN A, CO,
Nasbviixb, Aug. 19, 15T. 1m
A.J. DUI'7CAir&C0.,
Importers and Wbelesale Dealer la
UEADY.31ADE CLOTIlIAG.&c.. de.,
Ware Houses No. TO & 71,
OUR STOCK ALL COMPLETE!1.
W nave ss ia Store Ue Urgset and best Stock
ef
Sup'., and fancy
BRY GOODS,
Kpatly-XIadc Clolblns c, Ac,
W ever IsptvtesS, asd will seil t.c at the very les
WAt BTice Ut prva.pt wc.!rt A liberal diACeaat s&a4 to
Cut a-iuer.
We itwt aa essltuoe ef oar Stock, a bs'rg
f the if tt ever tnpertsd l the SoiiLheeet.
A. J. -DUNCAN &. CO.,
rtjaare.
(VT i.1 LS 3W ki asset VraclA, tor a'e ktw tr
d . o -' -fl'.
1 I T Pi ! -
NE W SERIES. NO. 575.
WHOLESALE HOUSES.
EVAHS & CO.,
WE0L2SJ.LE DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOM ESTIC
DEI GOODS,
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, Jb VARIETIES,
K0. 1 NASHVILLE UTS BLOCK,
KAMlVILLEt TEMK,
NEW FALL & WINTER GOODS.
HAVING removed to oar new and capacious Storehouse,
on the
CORNER OF TES PUBLIC SQUARE AND NORTH MAR
KET STREET,
We are now receiving, and will have comp'eted by the S5th
lost., by far the largest and moat varied Stock of Goods
we nav ever btrore offered.
It will comprise every dtscr ption of DRY GOTJ8, both
Forbici and Domestic, together with a large amount of
ucaui-mauil clui hi.no, mannntctur'd under the im
n ediaie supervision of one of our Inn. Also,
Boots, Shoes, Bats & Variety Goods.
A careful examination
is solicited from all merchants
Visiting our market.
Nahviile, Augu t 26, 1S57 tnovl.
F EVANS A CO.
R. H. GARDNER,
E. S. GARDNER,
R. C. GARPNFR,
F.A.SHEPUsUD.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO-
IMPORTERS AXD JOBBERS OF
DRY:G00DS AND VARIETIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES
HATS and' straw goods,
No. 2, Nashville Inn Itlock.
NASHVILLE, TENN.
V7E are now opening at our NEW STORE, recently
y erected on the site of the old isaehvtiie Jen, a very
arge and beautiful toe it of the above gocds, to which we
respectfully invite the attention of Merchants buying in
this maiket.
aug-j9. GARDNER, SHEPHERD A 00.
NEW FALL STOCK FOR 1S57.
ALLISON. ANDERSON & CO.,
SO. 41' PCB LIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
fVTE are now receiving and opening, for the Fall and
VV Winter Trade, a large and elegant stock of DRY
GOODS, VARIETIES, and READY MADE CLUlHING, to
which we invite the attention of n-erchants, and the trade
generally, vwrnng our city
augitS d2m. ALLISON, ANDERSON A CO.
HU. DOUGLAS,
WHOLIlSALK DEALER lit FORKIGN AND POXKSTIC
llATS,uBOXXEJS, BOOTS, 8H0ES,i
BU0GAXS, UMBRELLAS, de.
No. 73, Lower Market Street,
IN ASH V I L LE, TJiMVESSEE.
A fete tj VeUnc the A'uiln illelun Lot.)
T HAVE lecelvedand offer sale a (rat-rats assortment i
X of
FALL AND WINTEIl GOODS.
Preferring to reduce my stock before removing to H. A
B. Doug'ss' coiner building, I will submit to lower prices
than a mor e expensive business location would Justify.
Responsible buyers of Goods at wholesale, who would
serve iheir own interest by instituting a comparison, shall
save several per cent if they will examine this very eu-fen-.
sire stock, augx4.
FALL AND WINTER.
AT WHOLESALE.
L. B. &T. D. FITE,
No. OjCoIIcb Street.
1XTE are now n receipt of the most extensive and deslr
VV able stock of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
ll'e ver before offered.
Merchants purchasing in this market will find it to their
interest lo examine in particular
Ol'lt STOCK OF
Ladies' Dress Goods,
i: U1TE GOODS, GESERALL 7,
Mantillas ami CloaUs.
We always keep the
Anchor Brand Bolting Cloth!
t2T AU the numbers from one to ten.
aug29. IL. B. A T. D. FITE.
1RBY MORGAN.
H. B. PLLMMER.
H. COOK.
A. MOO RES.
Morgan, Plummer, Cooke & Co.
WUOLESA LE DEA LERS IX
X 3?L "ST G- O O X 3
READYMADE CLOTHING,
AND VAIUETIES.
Nos. 7 A 8 Public Square Naakv llle.
WE are rrreivins our FALL STOCK, embracing:
NEW STYLE PRINTS AND Gl.Nl.UAUS.
TICK1N ;
OSNABCRGS, PLAIDS AND STRIPES, JEANS. Ac, Ac.
July26 m- MORGAN, PLUMMER, C00KK A CO.
HIT (S-GBS.
ITEW GOODS, JUST BECEIVEE!
T E have now In store the largest aud best assorted
stock of SUple and fanoy DRY COOi'S thatwe have
ever before offered in this market, to which we invite th
particular attention of city and country merchant.
also, now in sroni:,
a large stock of Ceady-Made Clothing oi the neatest styles,
and of the very best qualities,
ALSO,
316 Case of Pannama Hat. Leghorn Hats, Palm Hals; Ftne
Soft Fur Hats; Fine Fancy Silk Bonnets ; Soft Straw Bon
nets; Boys', Mustg', and InfanU' Hal, Caps, Ao.
ALSO,
to esse of Boot and Shoes, assorted kinds, (ur Spring and
tiQmtLcr trade.
IIAUDWAIIE A Nil CI'TLEUV.
A large an I well selected line of Hard-Ware.
Ail the above Goods will be sold under the market price
for cash aud peotcpt four-month's paper. Give a a
chance at yon ; we charge nothing lor showing yoo through,
marl. TKAbCK A LUCLS.
A, HE1NKICII fc CO.,
Jjfjcr and Scourer,
NO. 43. FRONT ETRIET.
Iiron.D rsjtfuiy Inform hia old csitoa.n aa4 the
VY rest of euaneiod," lhat be has taken the above
staad for the purpose of carrying on aa oxieasia basi
nets in DtklNG AND fCOl'sU Xti. All who nave old
eiotht that waat ihoia sonde new sheuia eaiu Tenet
jjtM. A. UUXSltllSt'U
surt-ts. Front (troet.
JSrCJOLUICK UU11NS,
WHOLESALE ASD SET AIL CCSrXCTI03E5
AKDSA&ES,
s. K epneg at their esiaMiabasrst, en Market street,
r o. t. a. xt Aoor to Mr. Power Ce-truog tt.it, a
g-eeerl as-orscest ef CaSoetKcetl, whU.-a liey intend
wUmg ea very rvueeebie Isrot, aad trust, by Uir stua.
la w busineu, to i&ituoe lk pubce ta extend to iness .
Ubaral ikAr of pavooage. Aiufag Cs ieaUicg arucits
now ssliAiis.ua wrca uey nut be recsuu., at u.e suV.
towsof , vtai
Caadies, ef every variety; Pine Apple and Ohio Cheese;
Fraaa, of every siaj; iMraeuliw A H laoe.nasi br'tla,
Fk-iries. aw.-rtd; Coriltais, of every vanetjr;
P-k'td Otsiers asdSardtnes; Ale and Porter;
fetad and i.Uaoo; sine tvsrs.
Viitha vanetg of artteiosaot feere.a aaaserated.
la sssBtiUu wi'.U vh.jr Con'tci.jswr y , uttf lavtte the
atteuttobcf U. psbiie to thetr ixery, frota Lu:h a daily
(oppty mi ttt.ii rirtaO, CaA.es, aad PaMry tu be bad.
Pao-uv wiil be sonde p to er4r, and enrefiiiiy seat t any
part of the city.
iiavtsf prsaaBtiy located hre, we, of eourM, wu. te
be p.t'oiJ-4 tjiy tfce eat. w lat-;t e.uieg oa
good twvwta, aad by oar dxneajsor tomnmil essniov te
ta ml eui;e of a e roa pubj c, e resjecU.liy in. (
vl l Cuuniry tciera, WMS are ic iwr tiae Oi ttJS, to iv,
ua e41 tal-re prviag eiewfcr.
a;S IM .04ji;i; m smsss-v
Steel IMows, e?c.
fAH etuss-tf. f ti y a i t if ti-e T-. ,r aad JeScrsea
rs.cl r seer, vr.ie aaJ tva-irid W hel t tLlrv , t'at
.tlg bsvse, t .1-tAUri, iiirrfO A, A .
1 asa ajest Kr U el kmr k-ree wagon aad Rait.
roaJ e.i d aio W Feaody1 Cciel.l.4 u ta 14.-
uot-.rry aa-i ti .. Cjra. bcut In Jver erltra.
F-e,.. fc. e . W ALL a A. A.
.0 Hall Hr FlUeSrtirg Fo ca i-i sad
HtVJ YORK ADVERTISEMeiTg.,
From H. S. SCHBLL. late of the firm of Ssillis, VtsacHtta,
0w A Schsxl, United States and Foreign fw,"PP
Ad veriiainff Agent, Moffat's Building.SJi Broad
way, New York.
i hi ,. .17 -1 ii ' "
L. MILLER'S HAIR LWV1G ORATOR
FOR Strengtheatag, Restoring, DsrkeniDT, and perpet
natincthe beaaty of the hair. Pic M Cts pb
vtj-rm. . it vf4imt.. .-iirf and dandruff: imnarts vltahlT
to the roots of the hair; lends vigor and lustre to the fibres,
darkens them if too light, or growing gray; fastens their II
falling out; renews them if already shed, and makes the
hair so t, silky and wavy. In the nnrery it is indispensa
ble as a means of cleaning the heads of children, and lay
ing the foundation of a vigorous growth of hair. Sold by
Druggists and I'ealers in Faey Goo-i. everywhere.
Wholesale Depot.66 Dey .trett, ew Yera-
aug4 trm. b
.BATCHES. IU,OOOCBOSS
MATCHES, CIGAR LISHT8, and WAX TAPFFS, war
ranted to stxnd every climate. Put op in wood and
tin boxes expreasl for sn'pping- and sjtbbing. Sold on toe
saot liberal terms by CHARLaS PA&TF1D'E,
aae 3m e lii Maiuen Lane, re w i or.. ,
MODEtl.N S1VI.S or rCHOOL fLKMITtSF, Bi.DO
factured and for sale by N JOHNSON, No. 490 Hud-
sod tt.. Mf ior. a large snppiy sept constantly b
hand. Circulators forwarded oo application as above.
june24 6m s
WORD TO THE WISE I
IF YOU
wish to be
bkaltbt and
stbohu during
the Summer,
go at once and
get some of
U'LlAti'S
CkLULKATkD
SrBBBOTBKStKa ,
Cordial asd
taiT.vt!!tas. It ia tha - BllW1
AK " W. -
only remedy thall will remove all impurities from the
BLOOD. It belneaTonic.it will at the same time EtrcEgtn-
en and Invigorate the system.
moussnus in at. Louis have used It, ana me bhi'"i
expression is, that it never fails In curing any complaint
arising from a disorder-d 8ate of the Liver, Stotrech or
Bowels. A few doses will cure Diarrhoea or Dvsentery.
As aDiuretic.it will cure adv biseare cf the Kidneys,
Cterns, or bladder: as an Alterative, it wi'! ruri'v the
blood, and remove all Yellowness, Pimples or Sores from
the skin.
It Is a sure preventive for Yellow Tever. Chills or Ague
and Fever, and Cbok ra. There is no mistake about it.
We can refer to hundreds ol Steamboat Hen and others to
prove that fact.
McLKAJi's t-TREScsrrwRxnta rt.aciAL does cot renoire cer
tificate io bring it into notice, one dose Is sufficient to
eoovince the most skeptical of Its wonderful Invigorating
erects, call and try It. It is verv nleasant to take.
Every Country Merchant should take a snpply home
with him. It is sn indispensable remedy for every family.
. J. H. McLEAN. f ole Proprietor of this Coidial.
Also, McLean's Valcanic Oil Lirlmtnt.
UT Principal Depot, on the corner of Third and Pine
streets. Ft. Louis. Mo.
t2rT Price, Jl 00 per Bot;le.
F?" For sale by all the princiDal Merchant and Drne
gists in the city and country.
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL MMIJIEST.
The greatest remedv ever discovered for Man or Iteast.
The unparalelled success of this Liniment is a sufficient
guarantee for its astonishing rfheaev. The Lame are made
to wan, tr.e wounded. 1 ruisrd and Sore are healed, ana
all who use it rejoice in its healing and invigorating ef
fects. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment toss-eses curative pow
er superioi to all other external remedies, bell. so chemi
cally combined as to retain in its combination all the vir
tues of its several ingredients as to enable it to penetrate
the minutest vessel of the body, dissiminating its tickling
ir.tlueucc, removing the cause of the d:ea, and imparting
life, health, ctrecalb and vivaci v to the whole system.
We see or hear dailv ol tier.on. who vert coiiflnnftd
Cripples. Their arms or leg paralised or drawn crooked,
their mus-'les beins shrivelled and contracted, who now re
joice in their permanent restoration of the use ol their
timos by the use of McLean's celebrated oicanic Oil Lini
ment. "Who," then wil' suffer with local pain or external
diseases when a safe and sure remedy is so ea-lly obtained?
Keadr, are you afflicted with Careers, Piles, Tumors,
8wellings, lironchele, Goitre, Paralysis, Chronic or InCama
tory Kheumatism, SliffneM in your Joints, Contracted
Muscles, NruraJitia. Weakness of the Joints Mu'clesor
Ligaments, Ear Ache or Tooth Actie, bruises, Sprains,
Wounds. Flesh Cuts, Ulcers or Fever Sores. Caked Kreasts.
Sore Nipti)es,liurns, fcalds, InhamaUon or Pains, no mat
ter how severe or how long the disease haeexnUd? Suffer
no longer . McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment will cure voeu
It has been thoroughly tested in all of the above disease,
and we hav never known it lo fail in giving speedy and
permanent relief.
That loathsome and distressinr disease, the Piles, which
has heretofor-j been considered incurable, car. be perma
nently cured by this wonderful Liniment.
Then trifle no loneer with common liniments and reme
dies call at once and get a supply of McLean's Volcanic
Oil Liniment. It is a safe and certain cure, and the only
reliable remedy for the cure of local pains, sores, swelling.
etc, ou mu or beast.
J. H. McLEAN. Sole Proprietor.
K3r7 Principal Depot on the corner of Pine and Third
streets, St. 1 ouis. Mo.
S r tor sale by all the cribcinal Merchant and Irrn r-
gists in the city and country. aprta
BOERHAVE'S
HOLLAND BITTERS
bE-vM
a Jt, -.I -
fHI CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FO
orSeessird,
DISE1SK OP THE KIDXEYS,
LIVER COMPLAINT,
"WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AUD AGUE.
nd th variou affection consequent epon a disorder
NrO.tlACIIOH LIVEH,
(JCOn AS India-estion, Acidity of the Stomach, Colicky
0 Pains, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Cos
liveness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous Rhen
mauo, and Nruralgio Affection, It has, in numerous In
stances, proved highly beneccial, and in othar effect ed n
ecided cure.
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared en strict
ly scientific principles, after the manner of the celebrated
Holland Professor, Botrhave. Because ol its great suocess
ia most of the European Slates, Its introduction into the
United Mates was Intended more espectaby for thoo of oar
fatherland scattered here and there over the face of this
mighty country. Meeting with great suocess sr.ong them,
1 now o:ler it to the Ameolcan public, knowing lhat its
truly wonderful medicinal virtue canst be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those persons whose
constitutions may have been in paired by ihe couiinnoBa
ue of ardent spir U, or other form of dissipation. Gen
erally instantaneous In effect, it find it way directly te)
the seat of life, thrilling and quickvomg every nerve, rais
ing op the drooping spirit, and, is fact, infusing new health
and vi;or iu the svstem.
NOTICE. W hoever expects) to find this a beverage will
be disappointed; but to the sick, the weak and low spirited ,
it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, pcasesacd of sin
gular remedial properties
FACTION,
The great popularity or this dellj,-h ful Aroma has induced
many imitations, which the pubiio should guard against
purchasing, lie not persuaded to buy anything else until
you have given Bocrhave's Holland Bitters a lair trial.
One botti will convince yon how infinitely superior it U
to all these imitativna,
JJpY" Boid at a I per bottle, er six bottles for 5, by th
SOLE PROPRIETORS.
BENJAMIN FAGE, JR., & CO.,
bubo facto ama
PHARMACEUTISTS AND CHEMISTS,
Sold by Druggist generally thronghont ihe United Stale,
nod Canada.
Jf r-old in Nashville lv
fcWl.N AK0TITER3, WheUsaU Agents.
tXT Sold also, by
DR. A. H. KOSCOE.
J. J. BEECti,
aprSS dA WI y And ly Drugttsu gusraUy.
I.. M. TE3IPL.E,
Attorney txt X.a w,
OFFICE, SAME AS SUFRKIPF OFFICE CHtKKY Al.
NEXT DOOR TO PU.-T OFFICE, LP STAl.ti,
Will practice m ali th Court hoiden In Davidson and Ban
ner counties, and will gv hi individual attention
Ui aii business ulrtuled to Ltacar.
aprf
V. II. ED W AltUS,
Attorney at Lt a v
raiaOFikf, no..
Will attend te all nasmees enUnsted M his ear
in Soelh.
weet atiMoari.
l-ly.
31. 31. HCMiLE, Jr.,
A T TO K KEY AT LAW,
XASHVILLE, TEXHESSEE,
OFFICE NO. CUEKRY P fUkkT, fj. .TAIR8. THE
t'M roKMEALY OCCCF1ED Blf DR. THUdPK)N.
If" Par,iMilar attenuca given to Uie eollecuon of Claim.
An biuiBo eoMatod te Ais ear. wUi uiet wit
ert-mpl aiUnuou.
nnrnnapvoa.
Judj-s J. S. Baisa, Key. A. L P. Gate,
Iii. J. a. MikAAtai, W. A T. U. (iuinmu A Ci
LASBet-rv Caocxrry.
et IV 1 1v
aJKTjoIIIN 11. CA LLEIN DK It,
wiU devote alnustfte Lis profesoioa.
C3e. SO. 53, CHIJUIT ET- VT BTA15S.
4m si.
D 11 . It . M A It T 1 rf
20. 1 SOUTH 6PECC3 ET.,
4f
KAfiilVlLLL. TENN.
a. a. wo -ds.
us. aiAO
G00DE & 15 LACK.
ATTORNEYS- AT LAV,'
-ta-sn,' ssE3 ea
M'LI'.S.liAS COl-HTXs TEXAS.
e-tSl 4d
D. jAas.Pre. 0. D. Jsass, Chi
HANK OF CODIEllCii
CWaUla s'bt aadUsw Bi'.Ia. Gi4 aad iilvor aad Carer
rests" .Ntfi., saaseseou ctwn la all sml tlie b-
try
,.;.'!- B f rice it.'! aavui re arrant
,c J v 1
'tViiral! Vtutn..!!
1 tf t ft fl EfSHEIJi WHEAT WAVrED.dr-
v
.rd at suf iut by jivia el Ju.
rKTeTS-1 jf5
-ch tat
nJjia.
kighest Sbatkrt piu. WiU be pa.d. Sacs
R. C. wAXDY.
CJii;-rMr; .
Tuns. Msoager.

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