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mi YORK AOVaTISEKBlTSt,
"ZoZil 6. SC HELL, late of thTTnn of Stmw. cmia.
Owm k Schihx, United Stale and Fore gn ewPPT
Ad vertUiaff A.ent, Moffat'Euildmr, 835 Broaal.
way. New Tork. t
JIATCIILS. lll,OOOUUlJM it.
f" ATOHES, CIGAR LIGHTS, and WAX TAPEFS, war
31 ranted to attnd every elimate. I'trt up in wood anal
.in boxts expressly for ahipping aod jobbing. Fold on IM
oot liberal terms by CHARLK8 PAKTMO-.E,
aug24 m ts liS Maiden Lana, ora.
DAlLV,TltMVEEKLY Ac WEEKLY, -
BY ' "
S2IITII, CAMP & CO.
W.OT.INITH. A.. S.CAXP, THOS. CALLCMDBB. 1. f. JOHS8.
Office, Ao. 16 Deaderick Street.
Dally, per annum, . .' - . ta 00
Tri-Weekly, per annnm 5 00
Weekly, per annum 3 00
One Weekly for two yean, or tiro Weeklies for one
year, In adr&nce, 3 00
. .uiisiiM olVLe, OF SCHOOL FCRMTLBE. manaj
il faotured and for aale by N JOHNbON.No. 490 Bo4
on fit.. New York. A large aupply kept constantly
land. Circulators fgrwardeU on application as above.
NASHVILLE, TENN., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1857.
NEW SER1ES.--N0. 605.
a . . -
ABOUT the 20th dav of AngU't, 1S"6. I u employed
by Mes'r.. Wjtrn, Wooster it Co., eompoed of Wa.
O. Watson, Morris Ko-gh', and George H. Wuosler, to
ntamf ctire Sewing Machines, which were known as the
"Watson Ten Doll .r Fewing Machine." That thereafter I
r:e'Ti a notice from tit- compel of O B- Po ter and N.
Wheeler, mea.ioned ia the annexel copy of inj.netion.
Informing me 'hat the-e M.ichin-s were an infrinyerntnt
upon Letter Patent hieh thfr cn), a-d that suits
would he Ins'iiuied igainst rae, unle-r I thould otherwise
settle with them. This notice X h nded lo Mr. Woost-sr,
on of nWoyers'
I then made i"ves'ig-itions to ascertain the fan's, and
fo'ind tht mii Mae ine, a I fceliti e ', waa an infringe
ment of M Patent, and I it.forn.td Slid Wataon ttat.uch
r ib tq lently it ult wan eoTi-nnced agaiest me by said
Potter and 'h-ler, and irame iately thereaft-r I so in
forme'l Mr. Wateio, and r-quteJ him to take charge of
the defence of the same, an 1 he refused to do so, and I
then told Hn that T would hare ro'hmir more '0 do with
it, and I then ceased 'o make the Machine"; and the in
unet en, a e py of which is hereto ann-xe1, wan issued
km efved noon rr.e. JOtL ClASt.
1'a'e 1 Ne" Yo- , f."i'irv l'th. 1S5T.
In praicneM f it.' II. Asmara
I ' o hureOv e.-rt 'v tii t. e Above sta'.eTent, bcriled
ty ra-, is eirret and true: JOEL CilA.-.t.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
CIRCUIT CQU.xT C? THE TJVITED STATES
eKCOXD Cl.iCUr FOR Tag b iI'TBKnS DIbTBICT OF tkt TOrX.
IV I M" I TV.
The pTfuidt of tit' l nit-t Sluts of Amtricn to U-n.
Cbi3- hi AU'trn , .''rttnUi, A'Jentu, uwt Workmen ,
and ea-h an I ectry oj t ..,
Where', it hth been rft" i-niM n o in oitr Circait
Court of the I niied Si it.-.-, for ti e to ilhi-m I)i-trict ff
New Yor , iHliij a C .ort of fn'iitr, r.n ) e psrt of tr
Iand H. P.iUrr nd N.:hi"lel Vli-e!?-, ro panaris,
that the, theBa d Orlari lo . P fer n i Na'han--l W eel
er he llfly exh hiu-) their bill ot ecirrjtilin"t pnin-t
yoo, 'he said J.el C a-e, the defen lant, to be r-t evi-d
tonohlnj ratt-r therein containei, n wiiicu 'll it ii,
am i,( othr thin. fr.h, 'hat you, th-- said lef n 1
ait, are 'dat'nr n i thriteni' p o vio e certain t x-c'u-i
e rl. lit- and p-ivie vrted Ir aid CO'iq lai ar,t ,
for en tructinir, mtlt ni.', uiin an I y .-ndniir to utt en to
b nurd, ceria n imi ro-me ti In -evmn Mc::in, anu
thit the ctio(rs and do nit ft na 'lie a'"l drf .daut, are
oontrary to ' qu tv and go d rotm ie' ce: we, t-n-iefore in
con-idertion of 'he pre" ii-es, do ktricl-, ind until the
furh-r order of lM t'ourt, enjol i and rommand you, the
said Joel haie, a-id J ur At ornevs, ,-ervan), hli Work
.mn. and i-ach ind every or e of the t , rn !er the penalty
tnat iii ivf ll to eon: that oo, and etch of ou, d'fr.ir
henc-(orti, altofether, ab olut-ly and until the furtl er
ord-r of this court, deit and "efrain frni directly or 'n
direcly, eon-fuet'Oir, makini, wording, us'n. seilinir, or
putting i ito i rartl e or ope-ation. or in any laecounter
tei mg or I .iiat'ou the -nvention ur im rovement beloi g
irifr to said complainant-, and described, claimed, and jet
to th in certain l-e'ters Pa'.--nt of the United Mates, -e-issued
io A. R. Wil on, and b-am,, da'e the 2Jd ay of
January, IS i, and now owned by the e jmpUinanti, a id
from in any way or in.intier interiering with the r.ghm of
Sniil complainants under s 'd Ha'ent, and frcm in any ay
or manner violating or ii.f.'ining said Letters Patent, or
any pari "hereof.
r Wune-s the Hon. Roost B.T!KT,Chef Justice
( 1 of the Huprem'C uri of the United Slate", at hs
" L. S. VCity ol Nrw Y ork, in aid D 'r ct, thm the 27;1
I I d i of Hepttember, In th- year of our Lord nb
y thouiand eght hundred ind fifty-kix.
GKO. OIFFOD. KfNNKTII 0. W111TB,
Bo' ci'or and of Coun"el fir t!om;ila!nants, CVrk.
17 W'alistreet.Ne York. set2a-6m
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
fliTK undersigned are prepared to introduce Intonsetn
I Tenn-e W. V. CH1I Of 4 C(.'3 PATKNT KLA8
T10 FIRK ASr WATK't-f KOO" CKMKNT RO'IKIVO, sad
ask the a'lt-ntion of A n-hilect.i, huildera, Railroad ffT.
p .nie, and the public to examine itssuperiorlty overother
AKCKITECT8 AND BUILBESS fhouid not f4ii tc
exa niup tnis Ktmlinit, a it is betiet and cheaner than any
thinrin ue. The mterial forms a ha'd and mooih fur
face that will res'Bt the action of t e tirosphere in every
climate. It i impervious to wa'er, elatic, and tlexib e.
It contracts and expands wi.'h the changes of tt:eatin-s-phere,
and will neither evaporate, crack lior rot; and, as to
it iuraili y, there m no quettion.
It N practicilly imperifhahle, knr! will perfectfullj rmt
any ordinary external exposure to fire, an is ahuodan'ly
proved, and we will warrant I: w.iter-proof. IVr will en
Kaire to put our Kooftni? on over ordinary pood -heathir )r,
old (ihtn.'les, tar and pravel.tin, sine, copof.', or iron rcf-
it makine no ditlereiice how steep or flat ihey may be
for leyen dollara per one hundred square feel, it being f ir
cheaer th in anv Koof of the old stvle, and we are isure it
will i ive better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the best ltd' g ever invente 1 to
cove or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravel roof , or around
chitnnev. scuttles. donna r windows, ami gutters, here t it-
tin is rusi-d through. This Cement can be put on to laM
as long as "tone, and form a perfect adhoion to any on
Jeet to which it is apphvd. Tin Hours can be pu nted our
(and warrar.ted not lo leik) at two d liars and fifty certs
per hundred square feet, which is cheaper and outh bet
ter than paint. This Hoofing will be found lo be the best
tiling for covering larire rtoofs where thev are exposed to
fir such as 8 earn Mills, Saw Mills, Factories, K.nlro.id
Cars, Bridges. Depots. Malion Houses, Steanho it Decks,
and, in fact, ev-ri kindol Koof here there is an external
t posure from &r- " the Koof ia perfect, without a joint
n it, it prestn: n chance for fire to communicate, audaty
ight sub-lance will burn out without iguiting.
Insurance Oilices at Cincinnati, and other places
here Chlld Co.'s i e nent has been ui-ed, iIlure build
. ugs with Koofs onvi red viih ibis Cement, at the san e
r.tes as lor thoaecovtre I with Iron, Copper or Tin
The Cen eut will be furbished lo those at a distance
with direc ion for using.
& orders tent io the undersigned, through the Poet
oOice, will be promptly attended lo
r J. T. NAT111TR"T,
o. 2 It prut e ticct.
TESTIMONIALS' AND RKKr RENOS.
Ones Bccisrra rTT isoaNt Houpskt, )
' IHOIMNATI, Uei'. It), ISili
IX) ALL whom IT MAT CSCKKM. Tins is to certify that I
bave examiue I specimens ar.d Koofs of V. K. Olnl.ls Co.'s
Klasiin K-ir and Water Hroof i ement Roofing, " and be-
IIkvi. It to eminent, v superior to any other kin I of Roof
ing in use. I was an e . e witne s of a severe trial of one d
these Kuofs fro n a large volume of Dame from au a ijoitiiDg
building, wh'ch struck dire;ll pon Hie roof and cornice
or nearly half an ho ir. It looJ the iria. be)ond all ex-
pectaiion, aod -aved the building, T. M. 11 A.-K l.L,
President buckeye fctaie Insurau.cCo.
ClNOIIIKATI 0SMCT ROTAL lNSUKASCK Cl'VrAST, I
eoruary 6, ls5I. I
.v I have examined W. E Childs A Co.'s ' t Ui-tic K.re and
Wat.r P'oof Cei ent Koofliitr," and a far as lean Judge,
eoi'ider it a gr. at invention, and am willing to inur
...iiiH.., f u. on.iecied upou the same terim as 1 insure
those covered bv metal. J NO. r1. LAW
Aent Royal Ins. Co., London aud LIveriKiol.
Phil, l A Co
orTB Cm , IUx ad Dattos Railboao.
a Patent Ceincm Rmifni is now used I tri
onour heiclassof Hull. lings. We arecovrrt m our rreijrtat
Can with li.aud our Master M chaoic renoris ver. favor
able to il ... L'itOMMf.DltU, Pres.
JTrom J. B. Bennett. General Agent of .r.:n Ins. Co. for the
Southern and W estern Slates.
Cincinnati, Jan. i, 1S".7.
ILiTinu made considerable Itiquir,, as io the uierusol ihe
4Patent Elastic Cement nooflnr," introduced into Ibis city
by Childs A Co., I dud it to tehiK'iW recommended in this
city by many ect Ueut judges; that it i meeilntf with very
ready and reneral introducuon, lhat its uupenoniy over
the tar composition rioohiiK is decided and Ireely a Indued;
and Anally, I exi eel to adopt il for tnjr next roof, which will
be next summer having Intended to use tlu, but will try
the virtue of ihe '-Patent Elastic Hoofing-' s a substitute.
Yours.truly. J- UE.NNEir.
Orrics or tb Ohio ad Missishiri Kailxoad Co.,)
Cincinnati, Jau. 7, l57. J
Dbas Pia: In answer to your Icqfiry, In relerence to
onr opinion as io the practical ut.e of our hoof in ihe covtr
ng of -ars, we my ty that fro n our observaiiou .we en
tertain a very favorable one, o much so, thai we luiend
testing it tnoroughlv on roots of buil.iiugs, cai s, Ac ; after
which we will with pleasure give you our dM-ided opimon as
to its utility. Yours.uuly, K. Lll'l's NCOV I',
supply Agent Ohio A Ml a. R. R.
Sine th sboye w written, the tlh.o and Missis
sippi Railro id have contracted for cuvering tl eir cars, de
pot and bridge beiwci Cincinnati and Muccuusjs, with
this Cement, comider.na: it the be.t article they ijtf e u.ed
for the purpose.
H. C. Loan, Pres. Ind. and Cin. Railroad.
E. Gajer, Pres. Wilt, injion and Zaiesvlile Railroad.
A.M. hSLS, Cres Merchants' A Manufacturers' Ins. Co-
Jas. II. Cats.k, Agent for A:tua and other iiai iford Co
llsMaT MONTug, Pies. Cenlr 4l In-urauce Company.
Ciao. Caruls, Fresidenl Lafayette lUuk.
Gao. W. orris. Bell Manurr. .so. lui Eat Sei-ond St. ,
Itts.s A Vim fum.. No. 61 fourth U i
Exsa Bailt, Sm th st.,Wtween Fourth and Fifth.
J. tluuav, I'ai ur and Draper, Fuui 111 St.
MlLas tflKBKNWooi), Iron Fuundry.
Judge W. Y.i-uuuws.
Joan (iiajto o.,lry Goods Dealers, Fourth t.
UiTCUkLC R amxs"0, Furuuura Mauulacturert an
Dealt rs, sourlli t.
W. Tl. STsWAkT. Hu Ider S45 Pljm st.
Msjuwrru.aa Ctilwxll, Lou.ivliie.
Wa.S. McltkTxOLDri A Co.,CUrkU!e,Tenn.
M'GOLUICK &, .ISURaNS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL COXFECTIOSEU
ABK opening at their esla Jlishment, on Market street.
No. 116. next door to Mr. Poaer s C!othin Slurr, a
. . , . . : ... ,i.-l I 1. tf n ' n 4
gener I as-orneni oi ioicioiii, --'
selling on vary raaasmable terais, and trust, toy their atirn-
l iuiuihiiDu. Is intiuce ii iuii' w . '
liberal share of i-airvnaife. Aio.uig fie leadios;
now on hand and wlucu tlicy wui be recsnvinjj
arc the lui-
Candies, of verv variety; Pine Applw and Ohio Cheese;
Fruits, of every kind; hr.ndtei vv mes.bosl br'ds;
Pickles, awiorled. Cord. al, of every variety;
Pickled O siers aud Sardines; Ale and Sorter.
Shad and Halmou; Fine t bjars.
With a variety of articles not herein eoameratcd
In eounection with their Confeeilouery, they invite ihe
tlenUonof ih public to their Uakery, frm which a dailv
supply of fresh Bread, Cakes, and Pa-try co be bad
Parties will be made opto order, and c.rcUilj Set. I lu auy
Uavtog permanently located here, we, of eaurse, wuh tu
ba patrouiiod liberally Ij tne end. iuuu-Jmi.i.j eo
rood terms, ami by our demeanur coa-airud oun.ltri to
tli k nd notice of a go-.er..u puul o. I repjt!-lf in
vite Country Dealer., wltu.ru lu eu line dlUI, lo jive
us a call il .re putchasius rie here
M,-.lol,KlfK I limn.
A. ULliNRlUU tX CO.,
IJfjcr and Scourer,
NO. 43, FRONI TU.r.
UJQUt.O rS Mluly inform his uM i'nr an tha
rest cf o ankiO'i," that r-w I at ikten the above
land lu li e purpose cf csrr vitig on an extro us 1 tt.l-
ess iu DVHMi AND rl'i'l UNO. Ail l.o hate old
noth.t tr.ti wuut ibe-n u,H n" b"lA',i- lK,mt
-VV, A. UU.sKiCtlCO.,
ula m. Ir.atsir.-.
KEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From ?. M. PETTISGILL 4 CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
119 Nassau fctreet.Nxw Tokk,
And No. 10 8tate street, Bosros.
P. Co., are A gents for the most influential and largest
irculatine Commercial Papers both tn the United dtatesantt
Cordage, Cakum, &c.
I1P1 IC A O., IS2 rront ft.,New
York, ar.d 1 r oj e-ou.as it.. New Cries nf, Manu
ac'urers of Ci rdt.e, i i r , c, f! r fr r sale a full as
sortment r.r ali'!U and Tarred Ktie Ns-vy and Extra
Oaknm.deliverj.Me in New lorn ur htw Orltan.
A ;.iN 'IN WAMIX'.
rIO sell GcoJr for a marrietnring houFein this City.
JL galsr Iron f It i tc "IWn er n oMh a.)d en enees.
On receipt of 4 IP, we will forward Bin p'es bv Express
with ins-trucuons or, addrees enclosing H O. fctauips for
particulars C. B.OKVIS,
Deal Fstrte and Stock Broker,
No. 2U, Elm St.. ticcn.nati, nio.
June 1 lyd. Poit Orhce box 240
It. r.McXAIKY & CO.,
LiBOK 1'tAltlS ikJll KIMSOri
Foreign and Domestic Dry Good?
;.'( t5, Collk Ftbkkt,
NASii v h-m:s ii:m.see.
e now in tore an i nu'oallv large nd elegantly
-orterl -.toe- of Fall at.d inter tsoous oi ecrj
.i.rir,. or, n-d .e re o,e.are l lo o :er greater inauce-
,., wi-l iTir ar.icle i ok line, than it has
k..o o . ,,'ei ure to do. Ou- Hock, bo'h as to qual
t, ..i .cf,iv vii' eon n ire w tn snv n th- country, and
, nri. .1 l,e a low as it is no sib'e f T tbem to be.
i -rr nepr. vi.-itiog ih- city wi l do well to give
w,. n euilvxnd tlorounh e.xamnnt on, as we feel
it io !l. r inu-re-its. We would ca'l the at
tentiou of tl e b ners parUcuUrly to the following depart-
ineDla n our basine s.
Eleyanl three flo- need IH"j!
" two ' do;
lioiib'e fkirt do,
" Heai!ere uo;
li.i tal Dr uses;
" liiD'i't do;,
" Hohe -.-QuilV;
" 1oi"n nhe-;
" 1 rmt d Delaines.
Tnirollii r i'h a-i em.le-s variety of medium and low
priced Miss, li K ounce-, Holies a Q lille, snd by the vard.
in plan p'a'd. stuped nd bsvd.re, also 'a'm-laced,
nnd nouble-iwil'el Merinos and Canhroeres Great vaiie'y
of all wool and 1'i.ion l laids, Mousiielaines, ai.d every
thing new an I d' sirab e in this way.
Cloaks, Shawls and Scarfs.
We have n"W the largest and rro t elegan-ly ss'orte 1
toir In t i iiv. ever ?eea in the country, many of wh-cl
-ere 1 Dporled bv vei.srs. A. T. Stewirt 4 Co, of New
VnrL ,inrsllor our -ales. In Vl - tts w hive them at
all prices, froni l-i to '2(I0. We have al-o black and grey
clo'h. and Reiver Ttlmif and kng ' 'lou'i.1, ac , f r ladles
and ch Idren in all qualities at from nnee aonars ip
tihals in all ris'sand qualities, hoh qaare a to lng, from
the rnosi ordmari-to tue mos' el cant. Alaiji'.s- received
a fre-h Invoice of tho e e e-an. hi.'h Colore I iilli-'ilk Cte-
nele fchawls that are real) b--au iful.
Iaces and Embroideries.
In this Tne ou' stock issuperb -f mhracing all the novel
ties of the searoi. Collar- and Sleeves separate and in
etts both for colors and mourning; el 'g mt Bri'lal Vei:s
a- d Hanuk-rchief-, Lac K .11", real a:-d imitation; J. c"net
and wiss Tri p.ings and Kl 'uncirgi. Keal ulencienin.s,
Point Aplique I.;ices, In'ertinifS, c , ' C.
9 4 10-4 1" bv 12 4 1(1 bv H 4, l' bv It' 4, Damask Ta
ble Chih-,fi-4, 7-4. M-4a'.d lu-4 Table I) am as bv the yard.
All ,ires rolorel wol. L'nion and Coiton Table Cloths,
P;a;C strii e 1 1 oiilinetic-, Nap in together With all kinds
it.u.r. ioiiriL"g M r cries Qu Its, Ac. Ac. Also all
widths coiton and iii.en theelmg--, P.ilow Linens, Ujmei-
tiui, etc , etc.
Klegant Hatin Laiiics in a:l culurs with trimmings to
mun,. Eet-ant nept in hintz co or, with Trimmings to
n.aich. r leg ml l ace M si Curtains; all wool, unio and
cotton Di uasK, in greit var.ety. loel .er wi:h Comicea,
Curtain I'm -, iid iiand-i.
t'HriieliiiKo and Oil flotli.
Real Wi ton C.irpt ts. He.-aiu Velvet and llrusse's. In
e- vleif K i.'nnt S i v. and Ingrains, t'le Ii.grair:s
i - i...t unil he t asioried we lave ever oilered, aud
u, m,r l.ruvi. ANo. Velvet aid bus -els ha r and hali
Carpels- I wil e I and pl.iiu Venetian iu all wnltl ; to,:e her
ii, IVIt,. l.ruL'L-et-. Crumb clith-. Kugs. Mats, AC. C.
We are nrei i'ii to :uke and nut don Cnri.ets at the
ihortest noin-e. e have a Urge lot ol Fluor I'll Cloths
ol th.. r.st makers, and in all wdih-. whioU we will CU1 in
any taupe lo suit pi rctiaers.
We have an unu u i lly lar.e lot of ail kinds of Domestic
coo.u -. i.-a.vi.:d mil Brawn Cottons: wool, union ami col-
ton F.anne a, siriped cotiun . for servant-, in jirtat variety,
Heavy too ls for hou-e and held servants I'rmln. Oing
hams. Hosiery, , lov s, in short every th-ng in out hue,
an I at ; noes that cannot fail to xive ta' isUction.
Uc 0 K. CMjNAIkY 4 CO.
liLlitiAMT FALL G.H)D!
K r rv,, ,n re-eiot of nur Fill ImoO' tations, wmcn
Great B .rgins ia
RICH SILKS, from large auction?
in Ne or.
lowh.c'i we Invi'.e the fperlai sttenti' ti of the trade
Being d li r mcd o do an exclusive Ca-h ltuutne-s, we
feei oiiad -nt e n vn o l-r g eater ind r ieuts than can
i, rr., i in .ii, o.her na i-e iu 'he cit . bo h iii variety ol
Mvl-. nn I nric.". All we a.-k I. a
c t rvlul examiuatiou o:
itock befuie pure .a-in
V A. A J.
G. Mci7l.KI.LAM D,
md " ' olletfe st'eel.
NEIV A II III I' A L OF
FALL AND WINTER CL0TJIL(i.
amivii.li;, 1 1 .m nm:i:
HAVE jusl rrceived a Urge an! extensive Ptcck ol
FALL AM WINTEK CiOullJ. Wr ran B II all Older:
for Clothina on the ohortest no. ice, at pricet tha'. alll uil
Oar slock tf RFAD Y M A DE CLOTHIN '., Is nowwom.
D eir, bo'h for ueniletnen's and l)o,'s wear, and we confi
denu l.e'ieve lhat we can give general attraction to ail
who ill give us a c.U.
hepl 1 s 2m.
M. i-TI ZBAOHKR, Av't.
GUN POWDER AGENCY!
. 695 kegs I) U POM'S K1FLE POW DER,
Soo " Heit.es' 44 14
15(1 " Kent icky Kltlo "
l,Ut0 ' luaUing "
8iMi,iitM) feet Safety Fuse. T. A. McCAI.L, gent.
t'A'I'.l It a wnt.
WILL keep cotntantlv oil hand a supply of Dry and
Uparkling W ines, which I aill furnish the trade at Cin
cinnati once., uresg.il aiUcd. -a. ". -,
1 taws'. IMows!'.
Tennesses Plow Factory.
U, E have on hand Aud will k. ei' for isle, hII ll.e vane
ties of Hums uiatiufar luied at this Eal.iblitb ent.
Merchant and punt.r. puic:ian.g 111 quiu.uy wm se
furuiUied at actor ,-nces.
IllLLMAA i. III. ill' rv.
0ctl8 tjinl. M. Ajenta.
J. Xt X W X. 3ZS ,
Si) l'ubllc Mjuttte.
IAMFS B. ORAIGIIEAD havng purchasrJ the e-tirin-ierr.1
of Mr. M. H.MiNCHlN.ia ihe bO'iosM ol
Craignrad a Mm hm, is a. one authorised .0 use the name
of in. ..in nrm in Ita.udati in. and will cout nue lUe bu.i
nrsa -t the old. laud, No. .V P4O11C bquare, under ihe title
KK. NT I IKY Vllii mil
B. a. Hiiro.
J t. BSJIDtKSOa.
MAYO, IIENDE11S0N k LONG,
BU!LCERS AMD CONTRACTORS,
L?Atl,r OR ADVItMTlAN BUND FaCTOKT, Pla
O nirg M-.tl aad Luwber I'.pet. k ifhtii st.. near Ken
tucky Ceni'ai kailiead l. pai, Coviugi n, Ky.
We roanufas tu-e . -i-l kee oa a tud so e enJve assart
meat ol rash. I'uor .iud, l'twr tu4 it tcuoe Fraoirs,
Hs.e, Moulilitig, tfau'els, it men, l aite aud W!k' Pm
Flooring, S'.ei.iui, Patent M .thrrboardmg o4 Pla'wd
Bvaid of irr, r eiy ofqiaiitaad 1 lockup. Vie
a'.u furut'O liii..ev la n e leugti. Paniod aud jlasee'
rih hkciiiii ba-ot. Waluui anil uir bald wuoa.
er 1 lo o uer. 1 Eli iS C A jil.
f, l xi imo.
VaCllp'sC Stove 1-ouudry.
T this Foundry I am h akioi C'WJKINJ, PARLOR 8q
JX HaATINU I 'V En, of every sriy, HOLLOW Will
of all kinds, Aud.ioat, aj lruss aad V H.e Irons C ah
Ai0-Ttn, Cepi r and Cheat Irea Ware, all f Hi
I (.ropuM lu sell al bmi or retail Mu U caali r to
punctual l m. dealer..
Paruculwr atieaiwa , .Id la Roeta- aud ( tiering.
ii f. DOhalB, Ceuaae M.,
apr'.'T .iiii , Is.
1)1,. JOHN W. 310ItT().
HAS f.movtJ LU oTr tiua . 4a K.ltn il'c.t, to
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
Fron VI8CHER OWEN k CO., GenT Adyertising Eoue,
Applitosi' B'ciLSiso.Mfi Broadway.New York.
Imported Wines, Groceries, &c,
2C3 Canal Et , and 719 Ercadway, K. T.
(I (lablislird lSOl.)
IMPOBTEB8 AM) tlALASEIS FIRST QUAIITT
IFfHSii Iv Grocer icsn
Oder to the TRADE, H0TELP, PhlV AlE FAMILIES, and
ail ho are cht ice in their taMe, and desire a
genuine ai-tUU, a large variety of
TFAP GREEN AND BLACK, F0U HONG, P0rCHIG,
ENGLISH PRt AKFAf-T.OOLONG.IWI EKI AL, H YcON,
ECNPtiVVDKR, i OLG il'aON, Ac , in cheats and half
ci e-t, Ac.
CFeK-M KHA sni JAVA.
WINtS MA"EIR8, SHEKRIEt1, PORTS, HOCKS. c,
very old and hih grades, in original packages, demi
Jonns, it agoums and l-ottles.
BA!LT N and GCEi-TItK'si CLA1ETS.
CUAMPAUNLo Moet A Chanuon's, Cabinet Imperia
Do Ileid-ick, G. H. Slamn's, Cabinet Imperial
LIQC0R? Brandies, Rums, Whiskey, Gin, Arrack, Ab-
smttie, Kirsh, Ac . Ac, in original packages. Also, Cu
raeo. Maraschino, Anisette Njeau Bi ters, 4c.
MALT LIilOR London Browu Stout, tcotch and Eng
SEUAKS A variety of Choice Brands.
I'l .'KL'-'S rlNt.i.Iell and IKENtH.
84CCES For Fish, Cu-rie. Meat, 4c.
ClIhrSE SIILK'N, CHKDDi.K, OY AL VICTORIA,
Pf.INK ALtlEKI, PAKMfcJjAN GRUYERE. SAPSAUO,
DtlTCll end AMEBIC 4.
StGAltn LuAF, CtC-HED, PCLVERIZtD, St. CROIX,
Ac . in barrels anil nail barrel .
HAMdWE-TPH ALU and AMERICAN.
OIL--I'LIVF, SPERM and WHALE.
V, f Our L quors are warranted, unadulterated, and of
our own importation -ep'.22.
HAGS! ISAGS! BAGS:!
Corn Exchange Ea2 Miinnfactorj.
125 & 127Broad Steet, N. Y.
OW ready lor the FALL TRADE cheap for cash
Mt.WKl new 9 Bu. GRAIN BAGS,
2"),'i4) " 2 44 ' 44
75 in -o ' VD HAND 2 and 8 Bu ,in PRIME ORDER.
8Z,0t0 SEAMLEif B AG.- of all the various kinds.
hi i Ji , and 1-16 bbl. Bag', de.-i:ne I expres-Iy for their
i lids, ami i.-.auulacture from our Premium Glazed Cloth.
(aar-an'ed not to .-if t Flour.) This is a new a'tie'e and
re Cili tne particular attention of Mlliers atd Flou:
8 A I T FACTORlESsuppliedwith Bas, all sizes, designed
ex ' r-;ssiy f ir tire.
it A H orders executed with neatnei-s and dinatch.
au:-li am. v. a. E. CLAKK, Proprietor.
.AIt."l."I'-S PARIS AND LONDON MED
ICAL Ai-VlisEK AND MARRIAGE GL'IDE-20th
editi n,49o paies, 100 electrotyne pictures. cloth. SI and
fourltiter Kiamps. Mailed free. Aiuonir its contents is
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the u ale and female,
ail ti eir diseases and Keakuesres; latest discoveries in re
prod iction; a new and heaitby mode of preveutinir con
ception; quicks their recipes and specifics; the author's
unequalled Pans aud London treatment ol C-ounorrhcea,
Glee-, strictures, tynhilis. Primary and Constitutional.
Emii-iions, Impotency, Ac, at 6i Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box 844 N.
Y. P.O. "lit recommend Dr. Larmont to the alllicUd "
I miner aeit hlati I ills, tuatH ieituug. Democrat Day
Bik, Mrrcury, Allan, i'ullce Gazette, tc.
ui.ticnl i u iy
JLijflit! I.ittt!! Iiglit!!!
D 1 E T ' & C O . ,
1MPKO rSD KEKOSKSJC, CA Mr II EXE, FLVID,
AN DO II, LAMPS.
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
MADK TO ORllftR FR
CFURCHF-s, COLLEGES AND PL liLlO BUILDINGS.
No. 18'2 Willinm at., iitur Fulton, Neva York.
Gold Hedal Pianos !
MLl.Ml VV A. ?0, ?lunuluclurcrs,
8 4 WALKER STREET, NEW YORK,- m!
" l' Received the following First I ' hi z k n i,.
Mkdals in Competition with the best makers! "f tifi ft
of Boston, New Vork, Philadelphia and Bal- J U J J
TWO KIKST PR!ZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair.
Washington, March, 1H.5.
A OOl-li MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York. No
vember. 1S.'.5, (being the only gold medal given for Pianos
ithin the last six years )
A GOLD MEDAL at the .Mai viand Institute. Baltimore.
TH 3 FIRST PKIZE MtOML at the Fair. Crystal Palace.
Mew Yor t , November, l?i,6. Among the judges were the
drsi Musical Talent of the Countrv. men as M. Mason.
GotlschalU, Wollenhaupt and manv others. St. k 8 Pi
anos, (with and w.thout the Iron Frame.) are warranted
for three years, ana a written guarantee given Pianos
packed an. I shipped without charge. Prices moderate.
I-'. 'ritUtCSTO has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Pisno Fortes for Nashville and Mid
die Teunessee, some of which are now in use in this city.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Bass, Mr. W. II,
WaiTi-st, and Mr-. J. P W. Ubown.
Mr. T can be seen at 34 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 7u9, Postntfloe, Nashville, will receive at
tentiou. May f tf.
15 S. WKLLKlt.
AGRICULTURAL AND SEED STORE
so- m, soura market st., nashville.
AVIN'1 estsbli ,he I a gener.il Agricultural Depot at
the above pHc -, I d -sire all mv oi l i.nd true fiiends.
and the p iniic at l.-irge, tn rail and see me, and examin-
stock in trade. Th eshcrs, tne iat-t and most ap
pr"ed Mser and Re ip rs, Harr.hi IN unrivalled corn and
cotton Dril1-; B-in'ev's premium Plows an I uHivtors, of
Ke .tucky; Ga-den Cecils, of every vane'y. also, t iover.
Tt nothy, Blue (ir.ss, Orch.tr-I Grass, C inarv. Hemp and
Kaoe fc-eed, Buckw eat an 1 Hsib-y, c .n-tantlv on haid.
All kinds of Agricultural and Horlicu! tmul Implement, on
All kinds of Copper, Tin, Brvs and Sheet Iron Ware
till r- anufaciured and S - ves, Gr tes. Ac , 'or sale. Ag
ricultural lip -meats not nn I and, or.lere I at.d sold at the
manu'actu-er's price aud tranpor a ion. AIM), Tinners'
Machm es snd II ind toui. from Peck, m ill A Co.'s M anu -factory,
Souihuigton, G nn,
Jusl rec-ivei a ui,.iy of Buh, L'ma and Corn Beans,
i'uiniikin retJ Fur sale low for cash.
D. 8. WELLER.
a. 1 il W ,
WHOLESALE i;i;ofEIt, rHOl'l t'E lEALXSt
.;. tl .! INN0 'I I. It ill A. VI ,
AID KKALSa l
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
I HON CASTINGS, 4f.,
CUK.NkK OF ri-UNT AND UHOAD 81 RKETS,
H.VISO purch:ised the stork ind taken the ftand
Church Anderson, the uudeisigneit is prepared to ao
co oinoi ale his old customers, and such new ones as may
gi e t.it-.i a call, with the very best Groceries that the mar
ket will ailord.
ir lie will bay all kinds cl country produce, nsnal
brought tn this market. tiyl4) K. L. HEAKLEY.
chahIaI:s p. ki-:c.it1a
HOUSE, EIOK, AND
r i a m c n 1 ; 1 a inter,
So. 52 College Street, up stairs, opposite Sewta.ee
IIoum, NaabYiUe, Tena.
it. t. Fiei:.in.r.,
l n:A MVaXTAL 1M1VV
62 Union St.. NASHVILLX,
( Between Cherry and hummer streets.
tJff Orders from the Country promptly attended to. a-t
CONLEY Sl JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Irou Wares, ic.,
No. 10 Broad it., and 94 Soata Marketit.,
sTOVEN, TI WVAIU .flc.
ICT RECklVFy AND Ft 4 it SALE, A LARGE AND
I comp'ele as,ort-uent of C -okitif and Healing Moves,
if every sixe, price and pAUern, luat is brougnl lu Ihu
I lame t.
We are mancf ,ct iri n g the Wrought IronCooklng r loves
cf ali.ite,r-..ug in price Irou lj io 1V, of the beet
sad fieavtccl u aienal.
I'ia vt are whotale and fftii!.
Copper au-l heet Irn W jri fc.r all kin I of Machinery,
ru-an.tKu.la, t'AUueary fogur, Ac, ei Is and iMstilery
iVutk, m.dc atttie ittoricii noiu-o. Kda Founts n ade and
rpirtd, roouaj aod ipuu.iii(ijot wita sxrattieaie ted dis
(sua. lu fact, creiytmug, t.iai re i-iires T3, Copper, or
rLeel Iron, is dune Oy us m ibe W-.1 Ktater, and a. cheap
ssaaji. CVJ-NLar A JJUilw.S,
No. ! Brt-aJ gi. acu vl ruuta Mart el it..
'I'UK adrifiel havia order lur HFAT, wi!lpj
1 ibs in. tic i u-ar.i re. Ueo.-.ow at Uv.ia k lr
rats' ttrii.o.t,iiract LtnA and Cbiieks sis.
July 17. if. Co.lue, and ProJ-Kw broer
.fuOUtil.J I'Ols JiALI .
A Itctre 4 ttuttt tt gel ssxtU hervatnta.
N rV-riVK or thirty Negro, coo.itiiag of W.b.
Wasuao: ttuta a a iMiU. r-pe.tal atiea'ioa Is eaCe'j
Ij a Isia. 1 Coot, wi.er aad lrs-r, aa a gwo4 tauaiiy
servant m.ih a I.A y ubiM.
riil. , E-'Ya k GO.
B tCS EaiI. CoJ ,
M. V.. CAJ.i.
ST. LCUIS ADVERTISEMENTS.
From the Newspaper AdTertising Afeney cf JAMES E
DUDDEBID6E, No. 14 Second ritreet, ST. LOUIS, Mo.
G. k TODD & CO.,
No. 212 K. Main St., Corner of Morgan,
ST. 1X1TIS, MO.
French Bnrr Hill Stones,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
Sabber Belting. Laclrg leather, Hose, Steam
Packing, Eoitiug Cloth, Screen Wm and
Kill Eaterials generally.
PRICES OF LEATHER BELTIfcG- 0AB -TANNED.
a.lsw a- 's3- 'a
11 AJ11 ill J!l il
1 in. 7c. 10 in. S8 jj 1-9 In. 4c
1J " 10 10 " SI - i 8-16 " 6
2 " 14 11 90 ; 1-4 " 8
2V ' 18 11X " 5 V 8 8 44 13
3 ; 2J 13 4' 1 t"0 ! 1-2 44 16
8W 26 13 41 1 22 i: 6 3 4 4 2')
4 " 1.0 14 1 81 i 8-4 44 85
4V 4 34 15 44 1 46 !'
5 " 3S 16 44 1 oS ij
5 " 4 17 41 1 7.) ;
6 ' 40 19 " 1 S3
6 41 60 19 44 1 9i !
7 41 f.5 20 44 2 10 I
7X 44 CO 21 44 2 24 ,
& CS '22 44 2 8S '
" 70 2M 44 2 62 !
9 " 7S i 2 4 4 4 2 66 I I
to ' mi I i
Double i elts, Double Price, (made to Order.
marcel" 1 y
BRAGG'S AS1 IC LINIMENT.
'f'HI? ?ret specific, which is a triiimph In the progress
L of mt-dieal science ot the nine'tenth century, is not
presented to a public free from pain, suffering and dis
ease. It was not Uncovered, ror is it now prepared for
tho e possets d of to n l health and robust constitution,
but for a larce class who are MiO-ine pain.
Have ou the Uronchiti t
Have ou the A'eui algin t
Have you the ar or Tonth Ac'u'f
Youmayrid ourgf en irely of these distressing evils
by the use of Bra?g's Arctic L'niment.
Are you affl cted with ad ior4t
Are you Miff rin froti severe ruiei)T
Are you end ring pain from Sjrwtn t
One bo tie of the Arctic Liniment will surely give relief
Phmmntlim if a dresdfal complaint.
Kcrt'fiilii is a loath-rme disease.
Tc t such is the wonderful beadag properties of Brsgg's
Arctic Liniment, that it aill a'n.Obt Instan ly cure uc.ite
and chroni- Rhenm ttisra, andiemove frofbla.
t hv will you sufl-r aith Si-urreif
Why will you seller wit! the I' ilea T
Why will jou submit to ChilbLiiruit
When by using the Arctic Liniment ou may flod per
ms nent relief.
There are in this world thousands snd tens of thonssnds
who are, yer af.er year, suffering with one or more of tiie
manv diseases with which humanitv is affl e'ed, un'il dis
pairing and nigh unto the grave. Wounds, bruises, burns,
bcald htad chilblains, piles, corns, waits, bites of insects,
sore eyes, b-oth ache eir ache, neuralgia, sore throat,
pralv-i-, di-eases of the Skin, tumors wens, ring worn?,
-curvej, co.e in the breast, ?ore lijis, stiffness in the joints,
rheumaiism, go j'., io.. have fastened uon them, and the
poor sut'ere M.re seeking an antidote.
To ail ueh, nr. Krsg'a A'Cic Liniment comes as a sure
and speedv reined v, it is a balm for every wound, and it
neve' f uIk I Hundreds and thousands are testing its vir
tues, aud an rejmc eg ir freed on ir.m pain and suffrin.
r ARM El 8 AND BOHSS RAISERS.
Dr Brsg's Arcic Liniment is also a sovereign remedr
for the various diseases, w.th which horses are afflicted,
during the most alarnrrg cases of bruises, sprains, spring
halt, wounds, fcrtc:hes sweeney, spavin, r.ng bone, big
h ad, poll evil, etc o furn er, livery tuab.e keepers or
any ;crcou ovnmg valuable horse-1 should be without it.
The ingredients of C:e Arctic LUement are of tbe most
costly kind while the utmi .t c ire is b3-toed upon com
lonnding them bv one of the members of tha com any
who ma.es a psrsan.il exam. o itioa of every botlie put
BO PAKILT SHOULD BK WITHODT IT.
In ci-e of acci leui, it is wis to bars a remedy at hand
to apiuy ins:an-lv. Many lives are thereoy saved, when
if lei: to the piod iing t me of a medio il prac inoner must
hive bee-i lo t. The Arcl:c Liniment is tne besi specific
as it acts upon the parts atf-c e 1 int int y.
Ii is put up ia V c, 0: n I ti bittids. The 60o and
1 bot: s con'nin '0 a-.d l'Opr ct more Liniment than
the 2Sc bottles, and are rnucA cheaper.
Every pe Mn na. .u.' a Oj-.u ; of Bbagq's Asctio
I i.siatsT v 1' be lurnished at Dr. Brigg's expen se, wiin
E nrfion' Unite I Stiiei Journal, puoliaued in New York
lor one year b Ailing u the certi io ne aoun . ea-ri Dol
ar bone, ;ind sei'hngit to J. .M. EaaRdos k Co., No. 871
broadway. New York.
BRAGG A BURROWE3.
Sole Pro ,rietors, 8'.. Louia, Mo.
W. W. Berrv k Dem"rii'e, Wt.oks .le Agents, and by
G. W. Henderstiott, A. U. Kosoje.and J. Bt.etcu.
C II H It 11 Y
- t- r m i T"i t T
r & i l u it ii L ,
FOR THE BPID CUKE OF
Cousrhs and Hoarse
BRiAiritLO Mass ,20th Dec., 155.
T. J. c. ATii: I do not heitate to iay
he bes r medy I have ever found tor
Couth1, Uoaise ess, 1:8 en a, and the
c incuiiiitant -y.i pto s ol a ol , is your
IHK-HT I'KCTOUAI.. It- C.n-Unt Ut III
y pr ictice and i:.y farrilv lor the last tea
' eai - has ib.ivn it t pos-esa o teri r vir
tues fur the tieatmrnt of ihe-e complaints.
I BEN KNIGHT, U. L.
A. It. Mnr.TLEY. Kw..t.f Utica, S. Y , writes : "I have
us-d oor Pictohal ii s, If a d in my l-mi v ver .ince
t"u 'rveuttd it, aod be ie 'e it the but medicine for its
, u'po-e ever p t out w itti a bid cold I hold sooner
i ay tenty flv- do lars for a bottle man do without It, or
lake an. rt'itr remedv."
Croup, Hooping Cough, Influenza.
tritJiim. Miss., Feb. 7. lf-.VL
faoTUta Avxa: I wi l ctieeif ily eerufv oor Vncmut
is 'h : r-n e ly we pjs ess lor the cure of WfuM'ping
Cough, Voi.p, and the chest d sexe of ch ldren. We of
yoi r iratei niiy in t'-e tonth appreciate your skill, and
comm. nd our niidicine to o r u-o le.
HiHAM C0NKLIN, M. D.
AM' 8 LI E, F-Q , MonTxaxT, Ia , writes, 8d Jn.,
"I ba'l a tedious li Cue' xa, wmeh Confine mo in doors six
wtek: tank many med ' inis aitlioul rel ef; 'nadv tried
our Pact al br Ihe advice of our -Jerg m n. The first
doss relieved the soreness in my throat and lung-; 'ess
than t ne half the bottle m de me completely well. Your
e.l-c net are ihe cheapest as ell as the I osl we can bo j,
and e este- m you, Doctor, and your remeuiet.as the poor
Astlima or Phthisic, and Bronchitis.
Wia-r March asTsa, Pa , Feb. 4, 18N.
Pia : Your Chxkkt I'tCTuXAL is performing marvelloaa
cures in this stcnon It his relieved scleral from a arm-
ii g syn ploms of coctumpilon and it now curing a man
wt o has labored under au affection of the lu ngs for tha last
forty years. litMiV L. PARhJ, Merchant.
A. A. KaM?FY, M. D., Albiom, Monroe county, Iowa,
write-, Pept. 6, ISs. : "Durins; mv prac lee of ro ny years
I have found nothing equal ta your Caaaar PkxmaAi for
giving- ease and re ief to consumptive paucuu, or curing
such as are eurb)e.M
Mem gtu adl vo'umesof evidences, but the rrost eon
VDcing pi oof of the virtues cf this remedy Is found la Ita
erects npon trial.
Probably na one remedy has ever been known which
cured ao many and such dans-trout cuci as this, home no
fcu oaa aide.n reach Lul even to those the Casual Pacto-
sal a5jidt relief and eon fort.
Ast. a 1I.C.-S, Niv Yobs Crrr. March S, lSi.
focroB At.s, loviki: 1 fee it a uuty and a picaaoro
to inform iou wiial your t aiT PtcniaAi. hi dune for my
aife. M e had bt en five mot.lt s laboring nader ihe dan-Sero-Jt
sn plom. ef Consamptloa, from which ao aid wa
oouid procuie gave ber nice i relief. H.e was tlcaoily tail,
ing, i.t.1 I Dr. Mrr-nt, of tbit citt. whea we have come for
s.l vk-e, r. coranien ie a t'lil ct yoar meuwine. We bless
his k.n.iueM, at we do your skdi, for the has recovered
fro n that oay. hhc ia noi yet as snong as she ttacd to be,
but U free ironi Ler coogn, and cal a be telf wea.
Yours wilb .latitude and regard,
; Ut.Lt.AlHi PHELBT,
Comtumptite, do not derpair till yoo fcavo tried Arsa'a
Cha.t facTOa-Ai.. It Is m .de by one cf tbe bet isedai
ch..-ii,;s in tee orW, and iia curre ad atr-ond us bctpeak
the hi.n menu of i.s virtues. 'Aiu. Ledger.
P&ZPAEED BT ES. J. C. AYi,
Practical aad Analytical Chemist, Lowell, Hxta.
And .old wholesale bv
bK lKT A DkUMlLLK,Kshtll!.
JO. u. B: OWN,aodall dr Jgyiauin this city.
FU1E1.6ON k lUWklNj, Cotwui.bia.
T iUMAjI k tiUO..CiaraviL.
B. U. LtkdV, ahelbjviiie.
PCHkLL A fcLACAvtlvjUE, GalUtiit.
And ailaeaiersia aieUa:lt.e evertwhere.
has. pack aud,
Octl.-lsn. . AlvortUing Agent.
O.Ii, C OI.LLCKfiTItAUCT,
Hki JVsT KtCtlVtO
veou en fiitul Leather Contre. Gaitcrt,
- Oxford T;et,
e'rttiw-a-l Ootai Ccnfren GaMera, -
- Luitir TV aad da
44 aew.d CJ di d
a do d 0fr4Tle,
Per-p to CJ OrM Knot., ,
Calf mtw'J aad p-' Vute ef tarieee styles.
Tltt kHN! !wAl-la-iJ ItU.t.tLr liOAUS:
ALSO a fw ln,i;dSa;al'.twrtra6ka,
Ao do u- oe Hill TriiiAJ,
A tarse asMrfwieat uf &) Black aad Fa-r
LkATrlka I KlNktl, ta.im, .
, A vaiietj ad Sa Li AU-iaa4 YaUsA,
do d de Plata .a,
Ali a yailedtU-ck if cteap I aaiket :it.
apf f li ruit, itb twuset tkwAea, .
UO o. r ' 120
tliaa an4 air e) ' A
All of wt.u a ii, o-'rftd C-cap tut tt-tA.
THE GSEATEST IB VE5TI0N OF THE AGE.
West's Patent Galvanic Cement
'IHE subscriber Is now prepared to cover roof, of build-
JL lngs. with a new and better article than ever before
known. The publio are aware that enr Governrrent has
-naa tcient ne men experimen'ing, and that it has been the
Btudv of Architects and Builders, for years, to discover an
article for roofing purposes, that would stand the sudden
cnaoges or tne weather, aad be Impervious to f re an.1
water, and remain a Remanent fixture. At yet, nothing
nas ceen aiuunea witnout coHirg more tnan ice people
wi-h. The contracticn, expanlon and ruitirg cf metal
roors, are so grrat m chargeable climates, that they be
er-me oseie a, aniess being repaired at great expense
yearly, rhirgiea are nut bra proof, and cannot be used on
flat r ofa, and the vanoui Compositions and Cements that
ntve oeen nroognt into use for roofing, do not stand the
action of the weather, but they ran when It ia warm, and
crack when frost v, and after one or two years be con e
crumn y, and worthless; whereas, the inventor of the Gal
rrnic Cement, has labored twenty years to combine arti
cles to obviate those dirticul -s, and can testify from his
lor g experi-nce, and nuxerous testimonials from reliable
persons, who have had his combination applied to their
buildingt. that bis Cement Is the cheapest -nd best aticler
ever before known. The co-nbination of this Ce-uent Is such
that it is ca culstee- for enti.e new roofs, flat or steep, eov
erirg over old ihirgles without removing them; lining
eavc-t'tugns, reaming arour.a nat'lements, chimneys ami
Bky-lights. Covering car-tO9, rteamer-decks, ac This
Cement, by its non-conduction and galvani-m, prevents
mttal roofs from rusttcg and unsoldering, and re-ista the
extremes of heat and cold, better than any thing ever in
vented, for entire roofs or for covering n etal and the out
aide of wood bu ldir.gt, making them fire proof. Its' ap
pearance is like slate; beautiful for the rich nalace or the
The undersigned having recund the right to the State of
Tennessee, win sen rignts or Termor, bv Cocnties or
Towns, on reasonable terms.
The subscriber is al-o prepared to cover roofs cf build
ing", in any p irt of the Btate, at .-hort notice.
i ni kooi ia now oemg nut on in this citv. for the bene.
fit of all concerned, and warranted to ecel al other modes
of Roof eg. The aubcrioer has ad his mode of Roof
rg te-ted as -o its qualities, during the ia.-t i ear and a
half in the city cf Men phis, which has prove 1 satis actory.
to whic3 a number of the noji promineat citixus can
For farther In'ormsticn erqnire at he ofPee. where
SKmpies may be se3n. Office with A. V. t. I.ir.dley, Real
K-'a'e Broker. No College stieet. NasUvide. lenn : oi .
address box 68, P. O.
Bee testi uonials of the following gentlemen who have
used it, with hosts of others.
W. S. BENNETT, Proprietor.
Attached I a rote from John L. Morgan. F.fo.. Archl-
tct, by which may be seen t .e opinion of Mr. Samuel
Sloan, the e lehrated Archiiec . and writer u ion Arctiiiec.
lure, whose experience with this mode of roofing, wliho ut
a duubt, is sa:i.-faclrry to all.
Mkmpbis. March 12, lSJT.
Ma. W. 8. BKirsrrT. When in Phiudeluhia. !'.. a fw
davs ago, I called upon Mr. Sa-nuel Sloin, the ee ebrated
Architect, and autlnr of the ri.no Wnrlr nn ln.hil..mn
I asked his opinion as to the ourahllitv. io.. of West's
Patent Rmf, such as yoa are using in the city of Memphis,
and be told roe th it he had no he-itaticn in saying to me
! that it is a go-id and durable roof, and is all lhat its advo
. catesclai n it to be; fanher saying that he is using it on a
1 fine building for himself. Respecif illr,
I JOtiN L. MORGAN, Architect.
Ornca or Miss. Ck.vtbal k Txa.i. R. R. Co., I
Bouvab. Ta., Oct. 1, 1,7. I
This will certify that tie M. 0. k T. R. it. Co. have pur
chased of Mr. W. S. Bennett, the r g"t to use on their
Cars, Bridges, Buildings, 4c, c , West's Galvanic Cement.
Having seen it used and tes'ed, I h.ive no hesitation, in re-
CJinmeuoing II to be the best and cheapo covering no
" use. U. p. NKKLY, I'resident,
M. 0. 4I.B.R. CO.
Fhgisicbx's asd Gks'l ScrVa Ornca, Mkmpqis k Cbabxau
tox Kail ho ad
, Mbmphis, June 96, 1S57.
To Whom it mat Concihs. -This is io certify that the
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Co-npany have pur
chased of W. P. Bennett, the right to prepare and use upon
their Depots Buildings Cars, c, Ac, West's Galvanic
patent lire and water proof Hooting, and that we believe
it to be an economical md durable covering, having al
ready had it in nut for el0ht montbs.
bA.M. TATE, President.
P.O. AR.Mi, Gen'i Bupt.
MkMPBW, March 2,lSo7.
W. . BassiTT, Esq. Dear 8ir. Ihe facts within our
knoaledgeof ine durabilitr, Ac, of West's Galvanio Ce
ment; are these: The building you covered for us last
spring, I am happy to state I at ani ered our expec a lions.
We can therefore, recommend it to the public for all roof
ing purposes; aa a ngnt, cneap, nre and water proof roof.
It does not get toft and run from the ffecis of the heat of
tne sun; nor does it harden and crack fioin ihe efiecw
the cold. Any peri-ons wishing to know more of Ihis ar
ticle, can call at our manufactory.
N. 8. BRUCE & CO.,
Carriagi Manufactory, Monroe 8U, Memphis, Tenn.
Mbmphu, Tash , Dec. Sth,I!-55.
To whom rr mat CosotRii. This is to certify that W. S
Bennett covered two roof-for me last spring, with a com
position called West's Patent Galvauic Cement one of
them was anew deck, ihe other an ol I shingle roof, whic
are giving perfect satisfaction. He also repiired a dor
n-er window, ahlch leaked badly, and had battled the skill
of Carpenters io prevent iu leaking, nhicb be succeeded
in mating perfectly tight, I to most cheerfully recom
mend his mo' e of rooting io the public, for all roofing
purposes, ana oeueyeit to be a permanent fixture against
nre ana water. D. COCh.Ri.LL,
Proprietor Cocmeicial Hotel.
FrruiNTKXDBjrr's Orricg, Memphis A Ohio R. R. )
Msmphih, I bsn , Feb 19, 167.
Mb BrxKKTT, Dear 55ir; Our company having bee
troubled very ma-M with leaky cirs, put some of your
r'ni rami upon mem, and so far us my knowledge ex
tends, i can cheerfully recommend it to any who wish a
ury rooi oi any sort. lours, Ac,
H COFFIN, Superintendent.
Mkmphis, Tins., Jan. 14, 1S57.
io TUB rr-BLlC. W. B. Bennett, niaie a plication to us
last summer to cover our buildings with West's Galvanic
cement; It being a new thing, we thought we would try it;
had il applied to our Blacksmith t-hop, and Engine Home
attached to the Foiudry. . 'J hey have proved all required
or a water proof roof, having withstood some of the great
est storms, and are giv.ng good satisfaction. We can only
tun, try it ana yoa will ne satisfied.
C CitllS A KNAP?, Iron Founders.
Memphis, Jan. 14, lStT
Mr. Bennett, has done aome small amount ol roofing for
m-in His peculiar way, with Colt on stuT, coated wuh
preparation ine Da-is or which appears to be a Coal Tar
ii is a very enectual and liptit root, and appears to prornuie
conaidtrable durability, from the preservative qualnffs o
the compo.-iiion. which penetrates the cloth and protect- it
from tne ir.rjiie! ce of tne air and water- 1 he Composition
do.s not liquify and run from the (fleets of the heal of the
sua in summer; nor does it harden and crack fro u the
mil .rnce in the culii ol winter.
ucw ly A. P. MLRKIL.
GKOVER & UAKKirs
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promctea the leisure, health and happiacaa of hom.
'o. 4i I'ublic Square, Kaaltrlllr, Tcnn.i
; Reason why this Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.
1 IWanse it ia the onlv Sewing MacLine in
J the wurM ever invented, so ocstrncted as to
I fully meet the demands oi lauaiies for general
; 2 It is very eimple an J is cever liable to get
' out of order.
S It make . seam which will Dot rip, though
; every third stitcb is cot.
; 4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
0 it sew wita two neeGies, u.naUDg any
i engtli stitch desired.
6 It fewa from two ordinary spool4, and
thus all trouble at winding thread U avoided;
while the same Machine can he adapted at
pleasure, by a mere change of artools, to all
varieties ot work.
7 The t-amc Machine runs tilk or linen
thread, and common too1 cotton, with equal
8 Tiiia Machine will ew in the ?eevea of a
coat with the same ease aud facility that it
sews a straight tu-am.
9 This Machine can he ran to make one
thousand five hundred atitclies per minute.
10 The seams are as elastic aa the mot elas
tic fabric, o that it is free from all liability to
break In washing, ironing or otherwise.
11 The eticheai made by this machine are
more beautiful than any oiLtr made either by
hand or nittchiue.
The price ffthee Machines at oCIce in New
York, range from i?3 to $150: an additional
charge of $10 only ia made on each machine
over New YorK price atoilic ia N'aabtille, to
defray fii.-ei.tx ot importation, tkc, lo Naah
v ille. IL. II. BUOCK W A Y, c'y,
KaiOiville iSevk in Machine Company.
Prlcrw mt tlicwe TIatctaluea) riaisg-e tram
tualailiU. ' Iwaeaa-tt
iStcel I"lovs. A;e.
AM expecting dally a lot t the TUlcr Bad Jeffervo
Cteel iiin. uar4r aawt asalroae Vt bel fcarrowa, Caa-
HCf asici, c -u.ivaiors, narrows, .
am M or tr-e hi oi wemr worn "iroti tut r.au
roads carts, and ale lor realty a ctitDcate-j Li.atk-.rs
Buawteerry aad Pieuce Core. Swul ia your or4rrs-
t B.I,SM.U,C(, f
BOYD & CO.,
will y the a:het fwict fr ht.if y,arg ay.
ees. Catki salvabcw maUe 6a Ncg-r, cvu...ard
vt wiil Veep oas4aUy aa 6a a 4 tcirwt Bur tat.
at the e!4 ttaai of w iU. L. bij d, o. Ui, C Uciry street,
aAviL. teaau ' .sepisl.
kJA.LT-J bt U la Mt aa4 1 aal by
REAL ESTATE SALES.
stoke norsE fob sale,
Ou Broad Street, Snd door f rem Vetlltge
TE are offering for sal, cheap, that ralua- An
v V ble Store House, situated on Broad t., and as
adjoining the fchoe Stoe of Ii. R. Cutter, ii doer lit
from College street. This ia a desirable business
Stand, and well adapted to bcslne-s of any description.
It will pay 10 per cent npo the porcna-e money. Come
quick or yea will lu&e a bargain. For part'celars enquire
of fc. B. GLAtfC'CK, Agent,
Pt2t. " No 67 Cherry street.
Valuable Tract of Land
ON FRIDAY, 20TCF.i:OYtilBR, 15S7,I win cHer
THE TRACT OF LAHD,
oa which I reside, containing 350 Acrrt. The land
lies IV miies est of Good ei.vnie. wi-h a vood read not
to the turnpike. About 60 acres are cleared, the balance
i in timber. The Nafhvilie and Henderson B.ilrna.L
hich will toon be in ODeration. will have a deuot in Ganri.
lets-, lie. The land is wed watered, aod ia finelv ad.ni.rl
to the growth of bae grass. Anv person wishing to make
a Stocs Fatm, will find it well suited in soil and posiCon to
As it has a number of never failinv Pnrini-. It 1. crt.
Me of being divided into . number nt ikHi.il r.rmi
folio tjt '
ne T-aet of 50 acres, Si) acres cleared.
Oue Tract of 5il acres, io acres cleared.
One Tract of about 70 seres.
One Tracl el auout 5 teres.
One Tract or about 6n acres.
Oue Tract of about 73 acres, with the dweUiotr and ixn-
I Will aell the land all toeether. or In sahifIi ta suit nur.
chaser. Any i-erson djirmr information, rrav anolv to
"iP Ii'it-' or 10 the subscriber ou the premiaea.
Persons desiring to Durcfiase Diivatelv. mar aonlv at
any lime before the day of sale.
i tana: one third in hand; the balance in one and two
years, a iih interest from date, and a lien retained on the
anu. teo 'a td. L. B. WOOLFOLK.
1IOISK AMILOT I'OU SAJLi:.
WI are offering for sale, privately, a two atory fV
brick house, situated on Ci.errv .li-mi Kouih f -i'l
Nashville. The house contains six rooms in theiill,
main buiiding, besides kitchen, servants' room, carriage
bouse, stf ble, Ac, ail in cood order. 1 he tot front. 7i) ft
and runs back 143 feet to an alley. We will give a bargain
u iuia propei iy ii application is maae loon. It Is situated
n a thriving portion of thecity. For particulars enauire
of . i. GLASCOCK. A lent.
ug!2. Io.7, Cherry street.
SWe hare, also, for sale Lots Nos. 17, IS, 19, 20 and 81, In
UncoiL's plan of lots, npou which is a frame dwelling
house. These lota will be aold to auit enrchasers. o, ex
changed for country property, or good muiea.ai lair Val
uation. We will give a bargain.
ALSO, Lot No. 8, in Houston's. Humphrey's and Martin's
addition to Nashville, fronting the atailroad Depot. This
lot is 4s feet front on Franklin street, and ISO feet deep to
an alley. If you want a bargain, now is your time.
IL. K. GLASCOCK, Agent,
augl2. No or, Cherry street.
IIOI NL: A L, X FOlt SALK.
I AM odering for sale, privately, a House and lot,
situated on Broad street, a tew doors above Sum- - )
raer; fronting 81i feet on Broad, running back lnSjUtU!!.
feet to an alley, t he bouse contains 7 room, in the mam
buildiug, with Kitchen, baih-hou.-e, smoke -house, Ac. We
will give a bargain in the above I ruperty. and our terms
shad be easy. JC. R. GLASCOCK, Agent,
. junelo. No. 67. Cherry aU
BASK OF NASHVILLE.
IH AVE for sale a large amount of property wt
aell for Notes of ihe Bank of Nash.-ille, or
hieh I will
hecki on it at the aame pricea lhat 1 have alwaya asked
lor the property.
aeptx-J. A. V. S. LINDSLE I .
III AVK a valuable dwelling house aod lot for sale, near
the Pub ic l-quare, lor which Willi take the notes of anv of
the Free Btnksof Tennessee. Now ia the lime for son e
entetpri-ing merchant to procure a good home, as I will
give a reasonable lime, within which he can darter calico
lor the notes. Apply to
aepUJi). A.V. g. L1XD8LIV,
A LOT on Cherry street. Pouth Nashville, near the
Baptist Church, on which there is a small frame Ten-
ement. The lot fronts TO feet, ia ISO feet deep. Apply to
epi28. A. V.9. LISLv-LKy.
I O It HL.M'.
rPUE Rutledge property can be rented until first Jan u
Posseaaion given immediately. Apply to
A. V. 8. LiNDrLaY.
'pWO handsome Lots In Edgefield, on Woodland street.
-L The Lou front J0 feet each, and are 170 leel deep.
Bt pU5. A. V.8.LINDFLET.
A Valnable Business Lot for Sale.
I AM now offering for aale that valuable Lot en Market
itreet adioiuiug the alore of Morris A ilathews. The
Lot fi onts feet on Market and rant back ltiT feet to
wards Front 1 tret t. '
It would make one of the best stands for a wholesale
Grocery Store in ihe city. For terms apply to
st-pliv-. A. V. b LIN'DSLIY.
A Neat Dwelling House for Sale.
OITCATED In EJgefleld, on the Gallatin Turnpike. For
fur her pari loulara apply to
A. V.S. LISDSLKr.
rTHAT valuable Dwelling at the corner of Cedar and
A turan er street,. Tbe lot fronts tS feet. Tbe Dwell.
ing Is large and eorcmndious, and there is a fine office on
the lot. It it one of the most desirable locations la the
city. Apply to
aeptia. A. V. B. UND6LJT.
Valuable Free-Soil Lot for Sale.
r AM now oOering for aale a valuable Building Let oa
1 Ppruce atreei, near the corner of Broad. Thelot fronts
aixty-.ix feet on t-pruce, is one hundred aod fifty feet deep,
w:t'i a convenient alley in the rear,
t his property is exe.upt from taxes for 26 years from lat
January next, itiis exemption Is of more value than la
u-ually accorded to it, aa not only the grounds has all lm
provmeul eie-ted thereon, but free from tales. Tbe
-aving in the item of taxes will more than pay for the
ground and all iu.proven-.enU. This lot Is also situated in
a pari of the c.ty that U now being rapidly ailed up with
Due dwellings and urivate teiidences. Terms reasonable.
Applyto July Ik). A. V.fi. LIMDbLKT.
VABCABLE LOTinBtuth Nashville, corner of Sum.
mer and Oak streets, fronting UO feet on C umtue r
strrvt and 110 on Oak street. Will be sold aa a bargain.
1 be baa rs now DclDg carried Bp IB rront or this Lot.
Auplyto A. V. 8. LI NUti LICIT,
march'iU aaa 83 College street.
a jiCAT iiKsinr.Mci: i:ic.L:t ii:i.i
8 now offered for sale at a bargain. The Let.
A fronts 6'4 feet on Woodiand street and 170 on
Mlnicx. Tbe lioute contains four good rooms, good.
cGtern, Ac. 1 be bouse 1st new, built cf prick ami the
situation one of the beat la a-dgeOekJ. Will be sold I01
Applyto A. .. LIMlfiUCT,
BLeia. t8 College ttreeL
THE CHEAJPEST PE0PESTY.
AND BUST BARGAIN.
T Am now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
1 Pproperty, on College UilL Immediately opposite the
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Troott. The
lot froaU sixty feel oa Market btreet, with the aame front on
College. The House is Urge and tow tn odious, And the
whole, at the price I offer il Is a great Bargain.
Claioornes' umnibus bat practically moved Collera Hill
right Imo tbe Public fquare, ana any one wanting a reel.
deaoe convenient lo business would do well to look at this
propety. tail on A. V. B. LIML'fcLCT,
Apr. MO, 'Ol BAD.
VALUABLE H003E ASD LOT FOR SALE.
T AM bow offering tut aale, en reasonable terms, the
L House and Lot al the corner of BroaJ and High stsv.
fcirmeriy owned by the late Martin New. Appl 1 to
V. f. IJ.NO-LtT,
66 Coiiege street.
. . I
fT AVISO aasoeioted with me lo the Wholea!e Oraeery
I I .n.l rwluee Business. Gee. rACLWlfl ABDeaaoB, ef
r.h.nn, lh. name ef our firm will be P. A 0. A DK nj0N.
Thantful Ihr the liberal patronage I have h.retof-r re
ariead 1 weald snectfuUy 'nforai try ohl eastemcfa, au
all new ones. lOAl Uair tne prmmum inii..n, uaej
will be muc'i bs-lier .applied than heretofore, and trust
they will call and examine oar iereo sloe cf goods bow.
1q store. v v. .1 .
P. & C. ANDEHS0N,
Wholesale Groetrs, Produce aad Coraniiaslsa
ABB DBAI-a I
Srandies, Wines, WMaky, &c,
tlayr.lere In ilacam, l.atrd. andCasstry
IfratJurei, est every dwcrlptleB
.Ye. 8, BroaJ Street,
MT X iivt la alor and offer for aale cheap, Ut
VV Jo! oe.tig choit-a aud esec arue..l :
tm.i sarka fine f i;
,a " M'M doc
v.x tifi C Zee;
bo hds aWgar, from Ine ta
eVsea painted BufteU;
6- rfe Cvdar do,
t'M li'BtguJias asserted;
ti tuA Loaf, I Ato4 u4
Powderd bug V,
SoO reaae Wrapping Papwr,
,u w kega fc alia, ae-urted;
aV-t) bags Cwttoa I tra, bav
S tba Keu2sd Whisky;
6 Rye oo.
to fcoarfeaa uj
54 " Moneegtbeia do;
J Bsieel lae.
Ie H pas tne b-raad.o.
TJ W-ie Oiu;
Sv4 awsea tt.aasware, a.
S baft fficxi
4 " G.ejr;
liweataa ita a godaj
5 fctit BriouWBc; '
S cauiikiaJdtr; ,
11fjd Ogara, ateorUd;
tv. 9 G D Cap
to baa Tchaow, t-atortew;
IV rrvtw ia Iwapi
. . bairs fc:v, asaM-cd,
9-jO !Ut bar L-i,
la cams Wais&eti;
3 l iruxii IW.n,
Aad every o.hrr anrie In tha Gregory t wh'ch a-
earrd at ei -itaucj to prise.
..e; e Uv4 1'imL
AST) BLOOD PURIFIER.
THE greatett remedy in the world. This Cordial la au-tilK-d
from a Berry kco-" only to tnyse!', and chem-
wt nnmhined wiih some of the most vamaoia meaiciua.
roo's, hoibi and barku known to the mtnd of man, vias
blood loot, black root, wl d cherrybark. je'low dock, dan
deiiona, aarairi;ia. elder flowers, with other, producing
the most inft lliolo remedy fur the rtetorat.on of heaiia
IT 13 NA TCEPS 0 ITA B.EMED i ,
Curing fliseasea bv natural laws. When taken, its neaiiog
infl jeoce it felt coursing through every vein of the body,
porifyiug and accelerating the circulation of the hlood. it
neutra it -a any bi ious matter in tie iiomacj, ma w-
thens the whole orgtnia Uon.
McLean's btrenglheniug Corlial will eOectuiny cure
Uver complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Clironic or nervous Ilebilltr. Ilo
the Kidueys, and all iaeatae atrialua;
from a. Disordered Liver or
Dvspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pilea, Aeldity or Fickneei
of the 8i,macri. f ullnesa of Blood to the Head, Dull Pain
or Bwimmlng in the Head, Palpitation of the Heart, Feli
ne's er Vt eight In the btoinacti,oar Eruetaiion, Cnoklng
or Suffocating Feeling when liingdown, Drywess or Yel
lowness of the i-kin ana ayes, nigni cweais, iuru t-rvera.
Pain in the Pmail of the back. Chest or Side, "udden flush-
ee of het-. Depression of fpi'iU, Frightful Dreama, Lan
gor, Desrondencv or any Nervous Disease, foiea or '
lilotobea rn the (ikia, and rever and Ague tor i cin- ana
Fever ) It will alsocure disease of the Bladder and womb.
such as Seminal Weakness, Incontinence ol Unoe, Swan
puary, IcilAuimatioa or Weakness of the Woab or B.a4-
der, WhiU-t, Ac.
THERE IS NO MISTAKE AL OUT IT.
This eoidial will never fall to cure anv of the above dir.
eases, U u.ken aa per dirtcuona on ev:h bottle, ta German,
Eng-iab al d French.
OVER HALF A MILLI0S OF BOTTLES
- Have been aold daring the past aiz montha, and In no
in-tatice ban it failed in giving entire saturation. Who,
then, will suffer from weakness 0 debility when JicLAon't
strengthening Cordial will sure yoa.
TO THE WOMEN.
Do yon wish to be healthy and atronkt Then go at one
and get acme of Mel ean'a CorJial. It a ill strengthen and
iovigoraW jour blood to flow through every vein, and th
rich rosy l oom of health to mount to your cheek again,
livery bot'Je warranted to give aati-faction.
We aay to patents, if jour children are tickly.puny, or
afflicted with complalnU prevalent anions children, giro
them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial, and il will
make then healthy, fat and roonst. Delay not a moment t
try it aud you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
EVERY COUNTRY MERCHANT
Should 1 ot leave the city nntil he had procured a supply
of UoLeai's Btrengthening Cordial. I; ...Us rapidly, be
cause it alwaya cures. A liberal discount will bo uiaue to
those who buy to sell again.
CAUTION Beware of drajgisU or dealers who may try
to palm u ion yoa tome Bitter or Parsaparllla trasii, which
they can buy cbeap, oy saying it is just as gocd. Avoid
such men Ask for JIcLe-m't SlremjiJieniau Cordial, and
take nothing else. It Is tbe only remedy lhat will purity
the blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen the
One tablespoonful ta'-ea every morning fasting is a eer
tain preventive for Cholera, Chilli and Fever, Velio w Fever,
or any prevalent disease.
Price only (1 per bottle, or aix bottle for $5.
J. li. MuLslAN,
Sola Proprietor of tbe Cordial
Also, McLean's Voicanio nil Liniment. i
ty Principal Depot, on the corner of Third and Pin
streets, ft. Louis, Mo.
r7 For sale io l-oolavilie by BELL, TALB0IT k CO.,
Fpringer .t bro., and Raymond k Patton.
?IcLt:A.'S VOLCAMC OIL. LI'I.Tti:!X.
The beat Liniment in the world for Man or beatu 1
Another Iletuarkable Cure.
Performed by McLean's Voicanio Oil Lin. meat. Scad for
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living near Care aveuue on
Tenth ttrest, had a horrible running sore on bid lout. He
tried various Liuimenu, Salves, Ac, butcouiddo it no good
He despai -ed of ever bciug able tu work at hut trade Avain,
because ho could not bear any weight on hi. foot; and by
one email bottle of MoLeao's Voicanio Liniment, be U now
perfec.ly cured. -wn ran T2t-r ajsac at.
Kheuuiatiam, paralysis, neuralgia, bruises, sprains, stiff,
nessln th J joints of muscles, swellings, sore throat, ear
ache or toothache, wounds, Iresh cuts, sorts, burns, tcalda,
paius, Ac, yield to the "'magic" influence of this wonderful
Liniment. -"V tU.
For Horsea and Cattle it is an infallible remedy for ehafea,
gatla, scratches, cracked heels, lamenet-a, spavin, sweeny,
splint, fistula, bruises, awellinga, wound', rattlesnake biles,
aud varioua other d aeaaes whtcli anunalf axe liable to front
injuries or aoctdenta.
Every Country Merchant should obtain a supply of Mo
Lean's Voloanio Oil Liniment. It cells rapidly, because it
always cor ss.
A liberal discount will be made to merchants who buy to
aT For sale by J. H. McLEAN, proprietor, ooraerof
Thiru and Pine streets, t. Louis, Mo.; al-o for sale aa
above. aprltil. novo.
nn CELEBRATED HOLLAND KEMXDT 70S
DI3EISE OF THE RIDXCT?,
TVEVKNESS OF ANY KIND
FEVER AUD AGUE.
nd tha arloua afJocllona eoaaeqoent upon adiaorda
SCCH AP Indigestion, Aeldity or the Piomach, Colicky
Pains. IJoartburB. Loteof Appetite. Despondenev. Cos.
tivenesa, B Ind and Bleeding Pilea. In all Nervous ttbea.
matie, and Neoralgie Affections, It hat, in numerous la
lUtKtt, proved highly beneficial, and In ethera efiected a
This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on tlrlct-
Ivactentifir principle., after the manner of the erlrbrated
Holland rrofeator, Boerbave. Because of its great suocesa
in most of tbe ICaropeen Fialaa, tu Introduction into tba
United lts was Intended more especial y for those of our
fatherland 1 cattered here and there over tbe face of thia
mighty country. Meeting with great tuocera ar.jngtbtn,
I now Oder it te tbe Ameoicaa public, knowing ihst Its
truly wood, rful medicinal virtues most be ackaowlrxJg.d.
It it part.cularly reccmtreiled to those pertont whore
eco.tiietloi t may nave been lo-palred by the contluoous
im of ardet t apirits, er ether forma of dissipation. Geo '
erally instantaneous in .Orel, It finds iteway directly le
th. test ofl e, thrilling and quickening every nerve, rais
ing op the rrooping spirit, and, la feci, Infusing new health
and vigor ic the atsiem.
NOTICE. Whoever expeeta to flad thia a beverage will
be ditappol'ited; bat to tbe sick, tbe weak sod low spirited,
it will prove a grateful arematie cordial, piatctitd of aln
galar re-aeviaJ propertiet.
V A V X I O W el 4
The great popularity of this dcligh ful Aroma has Induce
tany Imitations, which the public should guard agtibtl
Darehaalna. Ue not pertwaded to buy anything else ecu!
yoa have given Boerhave'a Holland bitters a fair trial
One bottle eili convince yoa how laflrlleiy eupeuur It ie
ta all these Imitaiions.
BJcF oid at 1 per bottle, or all bottles for S3, ky the
BEHJAmN PAGE, JH;, & C0n
rUARMACECTLSTtf xxs CHEMUTS,
I lttotvi.isla , 23 ct
bold by Di aga-lata geaeral y tArewghoct the Cnited Stat. a
and Canada .
JOT- to ia Nathvllle by
tiT haiA also, by
PR. A. R. ROBCOa
J. J. ilStCli,
aprta dAWly dd f iVkyyj ymraLy
JL. 31. TI13IPLE,
OFFICE, PA WE AS SniRKIFF'8 OFFICE CHERRY t .
kxr jooa to Po.-r office, l-p btaika.
Will precise la aiilka Courts holdea la DavkIkb sad laat-
Bur aona.lea, aad will give kia individual atteauoa
ta ail tuaineaa art mated to hie caww.
P. II. EDWAllDS,
Attorney at .Law,
VUl atwa4 te all banaa satrwMed te ais care la (oa
woet Miseoun. sarll y.
5J. 21. IIilILE, Jr.,
ATTOUN12V AT LAW,
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