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- - PUBLISHED
daily, tiii-weekey 4 weekly,
a . . SITH, CAMP & CO.
W. BY..BUTH. A. .. CA.Hr, THG8. CAtLEHSIL 1. P. JOBBS.
- OlBce, Ko. IS Deaaerica Street.
t!7 Y0R!( ADVERTISEMEtiTS.
rotu U. S. SCI1KLL, late of the firm uf Eniiis, YisecJna,
- trwur A 8chu Vnitl States and Koreien Newspaper
:, AU verlliug Agent, UolTat'a BuUdiu,tw5 iiio4
way. New York.
k (nnriiV rtvt.m nv irmmt. viruviTiTRr thann
iVJ. factored and for sale br N JOHNt-ON.No. 490 Hud
son St., New York. A larire lurpir ket t constantly oa
band. Circulators forwarded on anulicaUon as above.
Jnne24-6m.s - -
Dally, Tier annum, . f8 00
Trl-Weekly. ptrinnum 5 00
Weekly. per annum; .... ........i 3 00
One Weekly for two years, or two Weeklies for one '
year, in advance, 5 00
NASHVILLE, TENN., TUESDAY, DECEMBER: L 1857.
NE W SERIESNO. C28.
3) 1 111 r! I'll
FALL & WIXTKU-
BOOTS, SIIOES, HATS AND CAPS!
,.B. It. CUTTER,
So. 86 k 59, Corner cf College and Broadway,
HA 3 received hi stock ol BOOT?, FHO4-?, HATH, and
TRUNKS, lor the Fall and Winter Trade, ooaaiiting
n part ae follow?, viz:
For Ladies, 3Iises and Children.
Ladies fine Kid and Mo. Boottes, thin and thick f'cle, with
44 a 44 plain and trim -red: -
1 44 Lasting Gaiters, aide and front laced, witli
44 " f!OTlcr,.s "
44 44 Kid 44 Buskins and Frcnt "I le;'
Iis. 44 44 and Mo. flipper and Itoniees; '
44 and rhild. Lasting Gaiters arf-1 ' .. .
Child. One Kid and Mo. thick ar.d P imp Sole;
4i Fancy 44 44 Boots ami Flippers;
Women's extra size Kid Boots Botkina, Ae;
" 44 44 Vo 44 4
ervantg' heavy Calf, Kip and Mo., extra sir.es;
Gents' fine Pegged and l aced Boots;
44 44 44 Water projf 44
44 m Ofera 44
44 4. 44 pt., Kid, ad Buckskin Co-n- Gaiters;
44 44 44 " 44 " Oxford lies;
. 44 44 Broad Strap E'toes, pnmp an welt;
it B. it. CU1TKKS,
No, 86 and 59, corner of College and LroMwav,
Ni v. 7. a'hville.
Hoys, Youtlisaiid Cliildren's
TT'INE Calf Boots, Broges and Oxford Ties;
J- Mem I'ovb and Youths' Coarse bropes and Boots, oi
the best quality and extra ir.ts, made eipressly to order,
lor service, by nov 7. i:.k. ui.tt.k.
Hats and Caps for Men, Boys and Chil
dren. T RECFIVE direct from t"-e manufactories, all the lat-
JL ests'Tle of Fall and Winte,- H -TH. coistloK in part
of the b t CiS iinere oti Fur llati. of all quslilies. AIho,
a full n-orfneqt of men' and bos Wool Hats. Wi 1 be
old on the cost reasonable terete for cah, or to punc'ual
dealers. It. R. CHTrttt,
So. S6 an l 53, comer of Broadway and C-llege st.
1 nnn FIETok hand, of all slxts.
all slxts, from
JfJJ' t inches wide. An extra lot of strong
Leatr.t-r. all of winch I invite the at'ention of all planters
and OiHchinist to the abovn art cies, wliich will be M'.tl on
tht bet term foreish. at No. B6 and C9, corner of Broad
way and Col.ege street.
Nov. 7, B. R. CTJTTEK.
BRADSHAW & RUTLAND,
No. 14, Collejre Street,
HAVE fast Teceived their FALL and WINTER ETOOK
or BOOTS AND SilJE.-S, which consiUs in part of the
For T.lie, 3Iiaest and Children.
Ijtdic ffne Kid and Morocco Bootees, thick and this
sole, with and without Heel.
Laiies One tl ick Lasting (laiters, sie and front lace;
44 41 Coacress (Jailers, with and wiihout heeis,
44 44 Kid filiiipors. plain and trimmed 44 44
4 4 4 4 44 and Morocco Buskins, thick and thin so'e;
lliises 4 44 44 Bootees 44 44 4"
with and without H.-elx;
' 44 Black and Fanny Lasting Gaiters;
44 Calf and Goat Heeled Booties for srliooi;
Children's Kid and MirnTO B iituei, thick and thin sole;
44 "4 okl- Ties nod KoseUT
44 44 Top Bootees, wim Heels;
Women's extra biie Ca'l and fioit Footees;
Servant's 44 44 Kip anl Duich Bootees
44 4 4 44 Calf and oat, wi b Heels.
For Leult and Itoya.
Gent's tine Pump nd Stltch-d Oaif Boots;
44 14 q-iilt. d bottom W.P. "
44 44 donb'e ole W. P. 44 44
44 44 Calf st tched, Cail Cmres Goiter";
44 44 double sole P. L. " extra;
44 4 44 Union Ties, sewed and pegged;
44 44 Calf Oxford Tie, stitched 44 44
44 44 CI Jth Congress Gaiters, stitched.
Boy's 6ne W. P. Call Boots, reaed and pegKed;
44 44 Calf and Kip Boou;
44 44 4 4 0frd lies, -ewed and pegged,
44 . 44 44 Connres waiters;
44 44 Cloth and .-. L. Con res Gaiters.
Thick Itrosrai;, Hoot,
Fxtra heavy Brogini for pianta:ion use,
Mens heavy Boot-;
All of wh.rli ail be sold cheap bv
cttf. BR)S'IAW & RCTLAND.
Trunks, Valises and Bonnet Boxes.
Ladies' extra size .'ole leather Trunks;
44 i. .4 Traveling 44
44 4 4 sole leather Bonntt Boxes;
Gent's 44 4 44 Trunks;
44 44 Hog Skin 44 Iron Frame;
Ahl.ind an l lteel Ppring sole leather Valises
Abo, heavv Woc.l Hats, Carpet Bag', Svchels. Black
Bags, re., all the above articles will he nld at the very
loweit iiriitiby uiiAUcll A vv A RUTLAND,
No. 14 Collese ftreet,
OctS. (ign of the Negro.)
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
FTinE undersigned are pn-pred to introduce Into use in
A Tenness. e W. E. CHILD CO.'S PATENT ELAS
TIC Flllr. AND WATER-PROOF CEMENT ROOFING, and
sk the attention of Architects, Builders, Railroad Com
panies, and the public to examine its superiority over other
Boo tin 7.
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS should not fall te
examine this K nifing, as it is beitct and cheaper than any
thing in ue. The material forms a hard and smooth sur
face that will resist the action of the atmosphere in every
climate. It is impervious to water, elastic, aud flexible.
It contracts and expands with the changes of the atmos
phere, and will neither t-vaporate.crack uor rot; and, as to
its riuiahili'y, there is no question.
It is practically imperishable, and will perfectfully resist
any ordinary external exposure to are, as is abundantly
proved, and we will warrant it water-proof. We will en
gage to putour Roofing on over ordinary good sheathing,
Old shingles, tar and gravel, tin, zinc, copper, or iron roots
it making no difference how steep or flat ihey may be
for seven dollars per one hundred square feet; it being far
cheaper than any Roof of the old style, and we are sure it
will sre better satisfaction.
It will also be f.iund to be the best trdng ever invented to
cove1- or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravt-lroof, or around
chimneys, scuttles, dnrruar windows, ami gutters, wbere the
tin is rusted through. This Cement can be put on to last
ava long as stone, and form a perfect adhesion to any ob
ject to which it is applied. Tin Roofs can be painted over
(and warranted not 10 leak) at two d liars and fifty cents
Der hundred square feet, which is cheaper aud much bet-
te.r than naint. This Hoofing will be found to be the best
theng for covering large Roof where they are exKsed to
Br such as Steam Mills, Saw Mills, factories, Railroad
Cars, Bridges, Depots, station Houses, Steaiiboat Decks,
and, in fact, evt-ry kind ol Roof where there la an external
exposure from fire. Aa the Roof is perfect, without a Joint
n it, it presents on ehance for Bre to communicate, and any
ight sub-tance will burn out aiihout igniting.
ty Insurance Oilic-s at Cincinnati, and other places
where Childs A (Jo. s t emeut his been used. Insure build'
Ings with Koofs oovrred viih this Cement, at the same
rates as for thosecovered with Iron, Cooper or Tin.
isflT" The Ceneut will be furnished to those at a distance
With direc ionsfor using.
ritT" Orders ent 10 the undersigned, through the Post-
Office, will be promptly alleuucti w
J. T. NATI1URST,
IV o. 24, Npruce Mteet.
TESTIMONIALS AND REFERENCES.
Orrica Bccxsrs Stats Ibscsaiscb ConrisT, I
t incimmati, Dec. 16, W8 I
' 1V ALL WHOM IT MAT OOMCklUI : Tin. la to certify that I
have examined specimens and Koofs of W. E. Cliil.n A Co.'s
Elastic Fire and Mater-Proof lenient Kooflng," and be
Have it to be eminently .uperior to any other kiul of Koof
Ing in use. I was an eye witness of a severe trial of one ol
these Koofs from a large volume of flame from an adjoining
building, wnch struck direslly upon the roof and cornice
or nearly half an hour. It stoo l the inai beyond all ex
pectation, and avetl the building, T. M. lUMuLL,
President Buckeye Slate lo.urauc Co.
ClBCIHMATl AOWCr KoTAL ISSCBAWCa CimrAST,
sebruary 6, l5.ir. J
I have examined W. E. Childs A Co.'s -lauo Fire and
Water Proof Cwiueut Rooang," and as far as lean Judge,
consider it m great Invention, and am wiiimg to ia?ure
wuildings tiius protected upon the same terms as I insure
those covered by tuelal. JNO. S. LAW,
Agent Royal Ins. Co., London and LiverpooL
OinciurTui Cm , Ham a so Dattui Bailmoad.
Childs A Co.'s Patent Cemeni Rooflog is now used hen
on our heslclaM of lluildings. Me are cuvt-ri:.g uur Freight
Cars with It, and our llwur Mechanic rrooria very favor
able to it. . fuOMUiDUU, Jnta.
IJTrom J. B. Bennett, General Agent of -Ktna Ins. Co. for the
Southern and w estern Slates.
Ciscisbaii, Jan. T, 17.
Having made coosi lerahle Inquiry as 10 the mem ol the
Patent Elastic Cement Hoofing," introduced Into thlscity
by Childs A Co., I find it to be highly recommended in lb s
eityby many eCilIeot judges; I bat it is meeting with very
ready aud general introduction; bat Its superiority over
the tar composition Roofing Is decided and treely admitted,
nd Uaally.l exi ecl to adopt it Icr my neat roi, which will
be nexi summer having Intended to use tin, but will try
the virtue, of lb ' Patens Elanlio Koofiug"4 substitute.
Ornoa or tbs Oaio ao Mvsiiri F-ailsoad Co, t
C'muaaATl, Jan. I, lSi7. J
Dbab Sib: In answer to your Icqeiry, In reiertree to
oar opinion aa to the practical bm of our Aoot In lf eoyrr
Dg of cars, we tuay a.y thai from our observation ,tn
terlain a very favorable toe, so much so, that "s iuiend
'gating it thoroughly on roois of bailding, c. s, 4c ; after
which we will with pleasure give yoa our d-iied opin ouas
toiuntllity. Yours,truly, K. LiPPs NCo I T,
supply Agent Onto A Mi. a. at. R.
tffw- Bine the above wa. wrdien, the Ohio aod aliuue
aippi Railroad liars cou'racied lor covering ti air ears, d
pouand brldg.i betwen Ciniiooall aud iueeones, with
this Crmeni,LOusidr.ntf It the best aruoie they bate sed
lor tbe purpose.
H.C Loan, Pres. Ind. and Cm. Railroad. i
E. G but, Pres. WilralngtODand Zaiesviile RaUrosd. j
1 U ViiinafM ktrr. hant.' A Mannl tctu era' Ins. Co- I
)as. II. Caktbb, Agent lor. Etna and olh-r liaitfoitl c.
UsBBT MosTOM, Pies. CVutrai inuraice Co i. al.y.
d mi. Cabulb, President Lufayette Ban
Bao. W .i oria. Hell Manul'r, eli'S A.l becoudsU
BabA Vob Pbul.No. ti Souill. st.
Laaa Bailbt, siu tb st., beiwern riMirth and Fifth.
I. uonaa, tai oi aod Draper, fourth, at. , .
Mrxa OasBswotio, Iron Souudry.
fudge W. Y.'.buiikis.
Ion Suiluto 4 o.,Dry Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
iiTCBUL fiisvtum.il, Furniture ilanuiaoiurarl so
Dealers, Fourth st.
IF. H. Stswabt, Ba.tdrr 345 Plum St.
iiwsrna A StilwcXL, Louisville.
F N. 8. McIUTbolm A Oo.,UJ-ksvlll,Tet4.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From 8. M. PETTING1LL k CCVS ADVERTISING AGENCY
llNa-;an Street, IS'rw Yokk,
And No. lOState street, Bostow.
P. k Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
ircnlatintr Commercial Papers both in the United States and
jci:.ts vaitki, .
rY0 sell Goods for a ciannfeturinii toafeia this City.
Falan from H0 to 1J0 t er month aod exi enes. ,
On receipt of $10, we will forward Sitrpies by Bxprees
with in,iruc'ioa, or, address enclosing K O.8taiopafor
partict,lar C. B. OHVIS,
Eeal Estate and Stock Broker,
No. 20, Elm st., ineir.nnti, hio.
Janet lyd. Pott Ofhce box S340
II. . JIcNilllY & CO.,
Foreign and Domt'slic Dry Goods,
No. 5, Coujtgk Ftrskt,
KASUVILLK, TESM SSEE.
X7E haTe now tn store an anutia11v large and elegantly
asort stock of Fall and Wintt-r Ooods of every
de'crlpioe, and we r re preoared to otler greater induce
ments to iie-soris wishing articles in our line, than it has
ever bf n our nleaare to do. Our stock, hoih as to qual
ity snd vsrietv.will compare With any in th country, and
on r ni-'ces s .a be as low as it is possible for them to be
C'tizen' and s-trancers visiting the city will lo well to give
our stuck an earlv and ttoroUKQ examination, as we feel
wi- can r ke it to their interest. Ws would call the at
teotion of tLe buyers particalarly to the (olkiwlng depart-
metits in our basine-s.
Elegant three flounced ilkf ;i
44 two 44 do;
44 looli'e skirt do;
44 Bayadere do;
44 Bridal Drtsses;
44 Dinner do;)
44 Kvening do; -
41 Morninj t obe";
44 Print-d Delaine.i.
Together wiih an endle's variety of medmrnand low
priced i!ks. 'n Flouncen, Botes a Quille, snd by the yard,
1u plain, p aid, striped i nd bsvariere, airo satin -faced,
and double-twilled Merinos and Cashmeres. Great variety
of all wool and Union. 1'iaida, Mousdelaines, and every
thing new and dt-Birb!e in this way.
Cloaks, Sliaivls mid Scarfs. .
We have now the largest and mo't elegantiy assorted
stock in tl.i wa v, ever tftn in the country, many of which
"-ere iirpo'U-d bv Vejtrs. A. T. PiKWjrt A Co, of New
York, ex prvssl y f or our s-ales. In Y!vrt--, wi have them at
ait pric-s. from Is to J2IIO. We have alo black- ar.d grey
eloih.and Beaver Tihuak ar.d loi.g t.loaks, be., fr ladles
and children in a'l qualities at from ibree dollars p
Shals in al fis-s snd quahtier, bo h rquare at.d k ng, from
the most ordinary to toe most eletrant. Also just received
a fresh Invoice of tho e e'etant h'tuh colored allHilk Che
nele Shawls that are really beau'iful.
Laces and Kmbroideries.
Tn th's line our stock if superb embacing all the novel
ties of the season. Collars and fleeves separate and in
setts, both for colors and mourning; elegant Bridal Veils
ard Handkerchiefs, Lac- Falls, real and imitation; J.iconel
and .-swifs Tri" mings snd FhmDcirgs. Ileal ValencieunM,
Point Aplique Laces, In ertings, Ac, i c.
S 4,10.4,10 by 12 4. 10 by 14-4,10 bv 10 4, Damask Ta
ble Cloth", 6-4, 7-4. S-4and i-4 Table Dam as'" bytheyard.
All sixes, colored woil, Union and Co'ton Table Cloths,
Puii' sirii ed loillinetten, Nap' ins. together wirh all kiud.
of Diapers. I'oweiinss, M trsei le Qalts, Ac, ie. Also all
widtiui cotton and linen iheetmgi, Pnlow Linens, Domes
tic, eto , etc.
Elegant Patin l.aines in all colors, with trimmings to
m-itch. K.egant Keps in i htntz co urs, wnh I'rimn-inps to
n a:ch. I Irgtut luce M..sl n :urtains; all wont, unioi and
cotton Damask, m grt-v. variety, logetiicr hi II coimcea,
Curtain l'in, ;.nd iiafd'.
CarieiiiiS aud Oil ClotliK.
Real Wiiion Carpi ts. t-ivxant Velvet snd Brussels, in
great varie'y. K cant 8 ply and Ingrair.s, the Ingrains
f e large:-1 and be t assorted we ' ave eier offered, aod
at oer i rices. Also, Velvet ai d B usi-els ha.r and hall
Ca.-petn: Til:e I and plain Veneiian in all wimhs; together
with FelU, Dru't'e!.-, Crumb ol ah.-, hugs. Mats, AC, Ac.
We are pi e; a-ed to make and pat do vn Curpets at the
fl.ortest nonce, v, e h:i a large lot or Floor Oil Cloths
of the nest makers, .ind m all wd.hr, which we will cu'. in
auy shape to suit puiclia-ers.
We have an unit: u illy lart:e lot of all kinds of Domestic
good.-., hleacarid . na Uruttn iJutioiis; wool, union and col
t 'n F ante s, striped cotuin tor oervaotw, in yrrat variety,
H. avy li'io l for huUie and held .-ervcts. Prints, Ging
hams, Hosiery, Glove, in short every thtng in ou line,
ami at i rices that cannot fail to give sa'isl action.
Oo 0 K C. MoNaIkY A CO.
Ki.EGANT FALL GOODS!
art now it reaetpt of nnr F il! Importation, wkieh
sie uausuaaly large; eonsiBting m in I of choice
Great Utrgins in RICH SILKS, from large auctions
in New York.
To whicii e invite the sperial atterjtlcn of the trade
Being d-ler-r.ined to do an exclusive Ca-h businea, we
feel round .-nt we cn otlr geater lod ire neuta than can
be found in tnv other Hoj-e in the city, Lo-h in variety of
ttyl-n an 1 pi ics-. All 10 ak is ctreful examination of
ntock before purcnacing.
VT. A. A J. U. MCCLELLAND,
sent!."!. 51 and 68 Colleve street.
CITY CLOTUlXli S'COnU!
NEW ARRIVAL OF
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
i A s 1 1 1 1 'I' 1. i nn 1: JL
HAVE just reo-ived a large and extensive Stook ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We can B II all orders
for Clothiug on the shortest notice, at prices that will suit
Our stock off KKADY-MAP5 CLOTUINd, Is now ccom.
p e e, botb lor tieutletnen's and Key's wear, and we confi
dently be'ieve that we can give general satisfaction to all
who ill give us a c:-11.
Srpll-t 2m. M. SULZBACHER, Ag'l.
GUN POWDER AGENCY!
rn.wi; in Ji w.azimi;,
095 kegs DUPOM'S K1FLE POWDER,
Ktid " Bettees' 44 44
lAi) " Kentucky Rifle "
JMH) " BiaUing 44
8(K,r0O feet Safeiy Fuse. T. A. VcC ALL, Agent.
CAIMMHA VI1:. "
WILL keep constantly on hand a supply of Dry and
Sparkling Wines, which I alii furnish the trade at Cin
cinnati prices, lreig.il added. 1. A. SICCA ' L,
Tennessea Plow Factory.
Ur E have on hand iml will keep for sale, all the vrte
tirs nf I'lows ii:anaf.rtuiod at tbia Estab.Uh rent.
Mtrchaut and puutrs purchaKlrg in qumuiy will be
furunbrd at aclur prices.
H1LLMAN BKCTUr KB.
CRAIGHEAD & Co.,
XX u3L 2TL 33 "W XL
20 I'ulilic Nquair.
I AM Kg D. O RAIOIIEAl) having purcliKMd the entireln
tcreat of Mr. VI M. II . M I NCIil.N , in the ouinee of
Craigtuad A Mm. hin. Is alone auiDorised o ase the name
of the lale Driu In ll iuatiu, and ill Continue the bu.i
ness at the oldslAud, No. -V 1'utj.ic Square, under the title
as above. tnayni
KE.Ml ( KV PLi.M.MJ J11LL.
M. 8. M1TO.
j L. bssd.bsox.
MAYO, HENDERSON & LONG,
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS,
OAStl.tW Oit AVDYEMTIAN BLIND FACTORY, Pla
O nirg Mill and Lumber I'epet, E j(hk ., uear Ken
tuck Ctlll'ai siallioad Oi po., CoViuftja, tkf.
toenia!iufa.tu'Budk'etonhuiu xteasve assort.
Citsl ol hh, lcoi, l.lmdv. Dour and A indow .Traaiea,
lse. Moulding, Mantels, I'lswlets, U ulte and sllow Pine
Flooring, 8I.cl.lug, I'AictU Mealherboarditig and Planed
Boards ol every variety of quality and ihiekn-s- We
also lu nlsli luruber in tie rouh. Paictsd auJ Ulasei4
Bal alwajs oa i,tmi. Walnut and other bard woods
works 1 lu OiJcr. J EilAld CA31I.
iMtpl Si ouia.
30. 2P- DORRIS
ladipsc Slovc foundry.
VT this Foundry I am making COOKING, PARLOR and
HUri.NUai OVtd.of every var.ty. HOLLO Vk W AAA
of all kinds, And. runs, tsad Irons and H atae irons ol ail
kill 14. '
ALS rm.Cuj ; nf.cl tL.et Iroa Were, all of wkicb
I prU4 i ss-ti at hu4B: or retail ettcap tor cask r te
(iUbCl.ll l.ll I Oc4ll.
r.rc .i alieuuou i su to Hooting and t. ottering.
U. P. ItOaaia, Nu. o College n.,
V. jIDIU O.N
8 letaoved bis Lc froi
No. 4i Cherry street, to
. ad Cedar street
C. H. STEWART,' :
Wholesale and Keinll
Eiioc'i-it v t o.'MHioN .ncuciunx,
NO. 41 BSOADVVAY, NAMU VILLr..
l"3T The highest Mj gel JrWe paid for Country Pr
4iuWaUkii44a. mJx - - iiJ sUWly
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VISCUEH OWEN t CO., Gen'l Advertising House,
Applctos' BDlLSiKO,84fi Broadway, New i or k.
Imported Wines, Groceries, &c,
203 Car al t, and 719 Ercadway, N. Y.
IMPOETaaS ASB HALXtb IS PUST QCAIJTT
Oiler to the TRADE, HOTELS', PRIVATE FAMILIES, and
ail whs are choice in their taste, and desire a
genuine article, a large variety of
TEA? GREKN AND BLACK, BOCCHONG, POUCHING,
FL'NPOWDKK, YOUNG d YaoN, AC, In che.ta and half
COFFEE M .CHA anl JAVA.
WINES MA"E1RAS, SHERRIES, PORTS, HOCKS, tc,
very old and hlnh grades, in original packages, demi-
J o';riS, ragnums and bottles.
BARTtiN aod G UE.TIER'r1 CLARETS.
CHAM PAG Ni-a Moet A Chandon's, Cabinet Imperia
Do' Heid-ick, G. H. Mumm's, Cabinet Imperial
LIQUORP Brandies, Bums, Whiskey, Gin, Arrack, Ab
sinthe, Kir.ih, Ac., 4c, in original packages. Also, C a
racso. Maraschino, Anisette. Kojesu Bitters, Ac.
MALT LIQJ0RS London BrownStout, bcstch and tagr
SKUA US A varletv nf f!hn:re Brands.
PI ;KLV8 EN'tLIpH and rKENCU. I
BACCKS For Fish, Carrie, Meat, Ac.
CHErSE STILTON, CHKDDr.U, fiOYAL VI0TORIA,
PK1.NCK ALBERT, PARMEiAN GKUi'LRE, SAPSAUO,
DUTCH end AMERICAN.
SUGAR LOAF, CKUSHED, PULVERIZED, St. CROIX,
Ac. in barrels and half barrt-Is.
H A Ma WEsTPH ALI A and AMERICAN.
OIL--OLIVE, SPERM and WHALE.
TZj Our Liquors are warranted, inadulterated, and ol
our own importation. ' sepl22.
15 AGS! BAGS!!
. - AT THE
Corn Exchange Bag Manufactory.
125 & 127 BroadSteet, K. Y. .
OW ready for the FALL TRADE cheap for cash
ft0,000new3 Bo. GRAIN BAGS,
2o,(0lt 44 g 44 44 4,
75,0( 0 SECON D HAND 2 and 8 Bu .ln PRIME ORDER.
87,010 SEAMLESS BAGS of all the various kinds.
14, H, H and 1-18 bbl. Bags, deigned expressly for their
'I ratio, aud nianufactured from our Premium Glazed Cloth,
(warranted not to fife Flour.) This is a new article and
e cill the particular attention of Millers aod Flou.
8 A i.T FAOTORIESsupplied with Bags.all sizes, designed
ex' ressly for Use.
JjpJr" All orders executed with neatness and di-match. St
aun81 3m. V. B. E. CLARK, P.-oprietor.
l,AIEMOT'S PARI3 AND LONDOV MED
ICAL AHV1SEK AND MARRIAGE OUIDB 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, $1 and
fourlciter stamps. Mailed free. Amoog its contents is
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female.
all tneir aiseases and weaknesses; latest discoveries in re
production; a new and healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
unequalled Pans and London treatment ol Gonnorrhcea,
Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis, Primary and Constitutional,
amissions, loipotercy, Ac., at b& Mercer st , opposite Su
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box 844 N.
Y. P.O. 44 We recommend Dr. Lainiont to the afliicud."
Courier t Etata Cni, Stoats Zeituna, letnoorat. Xau
Cook, Mercury, Atlcm, Police Oazeite, tic. .
iuaichl 1 dly
J. iK lit! L,is!it!! Light!!!
D I ETZ' & C O . ,
IMPROVED KEHOSESE, CAM PH EKE, FLUID,
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
MADK TO CR.DKH FUR
CHURCHES, COLLEUES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
Ko. 1.J2 William t.y near Fulton, Keto York.
Gold Itledal Pianos !
ST WAY A. SO.S, Ulanufaciurert,
O i WALKER STREET, NEW YORK.
O r Received the following First Prize
Mkoals in Competition wilhthe best makers i
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and BaH
timore: - '
Two FIRST PBiza MKUALS at the Metropolitan Fair,
Washington, March, 1S56.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York, No
vember. 1S.'.5, (being the only gold, medal given for Pianos
within the lust six years )
A GOLD MEDAL at the Maryland Institute, Baltimore.
THE FIRST PRIZE MtfDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New York, November, 1S66. Among the judges were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
iioitscnai, vvoiiennaupt and manv others. St. A n Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame,) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Pianos
packed and shipped ffilftout charge. Prices moderate.
C. F. TlintSTON has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Fortes for Nashville and Mid
die Tennessee, some of which are now in use In this city.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Bass, Mr. f . H,
W'Biros, and Mrs. J. P. W. Browk.
Mr. T. can be seen at 84 Summer street, or a line ad
dressed to Box 7C9, Postoffice, Nashville, will receive at
teutlon. May 6 tf.
November 9. 1857.
f??f3 juT-V'i'4l f "- VC.t
i:CLl MVELY A IV EASTi:ilN JSOFJTE.
STEUBEN VI LLP,
To all the Eastern Cities.
8 A. M. l.iglitning Express, thro ih to Co'n ibos, and
CleveUud wi.tio it e lanne of csrs; 8:8J P. M. ening Er
press, t-.roug:i to Heilairaad PuUbar witnou, c!iat.gj of
Mltlt AII.Y TIt.l.S.
1 R-tT TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, Stt nbenville and
Wheeling Lightning Exnreas Leaves Cincinnati at J
o'clock A.M., lor all the Eastern cities alo, Springfield.
Tins train flops between Cincinnati and Columbus at
Lot eland. Morrow, Xeola an l London only.
SFCOND I KAiN Cleveland, Express Mail Leaves
Cincii.nati at i:4) A. M.. for Dunkira, ButTiio, Now York,
beston.Ac, Wheeling, BaiUmore, Phi.auniphla, Wahing-
on . nr.
This train stops at all points between Cincinnati and
THIRD TRAIN Accommodation Leaves Cincinnati at
4:tt P M., for Springdeid and Columbus.
This trs,in slo ma ,e connections (or Wilmington, Lan
easier and Z tnrsvliie. Ih s train stops at all points be
iwrrn Inuunali and Cjlumbus.
FOURlil TRAIN Cleveland, Pit t-burg, and Wheeling
Night 1 xpres--Leaves Cincinnati at e:JU t, 'clock P. M.,
lor all the Eastern c ties.
This train stops at all points between Cincinnati and
Colu .'ibui. ,
No tram on Surdays.
Trains run by Coluuious time seven minutes faster than
FOR THROUGH TICKETS
ind ail information at ClurluoaU please apply at the
Little .Vila 1 1 a id Covington and Lexmgtcn olbce. N o. 8
but net lluuae, or at the O.d O.lioe, soma es.t eir. Broad
way and trout, oppytiu Spencer Hook, or at Uie Eastern
Depot. J. Dl RaND, Supcrialendent.
E. F, FULLER, General Ticket Atut.
T.IE OMNIBUs LINE calls for passengers at all the
principal hotels lor each and every train. By leaving di
rections at cither of the above others, wnl tail for pauen
gei s 'n all parts of the City, without.lail.
novli. II. ts. t,LtiiLE5, Conl ietor.
It. T. FlallMl.Xi,
onaimvii v.vix riiiv
t3 Ccioa 6L. NASHVILLE,
lUetaera Chtrry and Summer streets.
t rT Omers (roui Uie Country promptly atlcnued to. At
rAiiaZ six or,
ciiAKiai:s v. nrAiviy,
E0CSE, SIGN, AND
4 r ti a m c n i a i fainter,
Ko. 52 College Street, up at airs, opposite) Sawans
House, Kas&Tille, Tan.
CONLEY &, JOHNSON,
rA.nA Tin Vlissl Ivan V.ie,lf- I
tVIJHl) liil UUltl XtJU MU1I.S4 A-t.t
iio. 10 Broad at., aai 91 Soatlt ilari.i.t.,
AAMil ll.l.i:, TI.NN.
$Tt)t Lt, '11 N ' A It l!y te.
JCfT RJCUVSD AND F SALE, A LARGX AND
eoi.ipletw iaortael ol Cooking and ileal. nf Dtovea,
of s-eiy sise.priee aud pattern, Uial is breattl lo u.
- We are .asarf-c Wrl a g the Wrought I rn Cookmr ? loves
f atlsisei.rAngiax In prw irout H4 te ILm, vt U. beat
and iteaviest u.aisri.l.
- tla Wew wriMiai ai.J rsiail. ;
Copper aad bne.i irvt rt'jri lor all kinds of Maehiaery,
fiw.u,tMala, d.aiijuary Ea ces, Ac . Ulis aad lntiu.ry
uik,a..i siua 4 uru tiuiive. SihIs tuats iuasie atd
repaired, ruoimf an J .puauu done wua nealesess and tlie
.uh, tu lct, . si ) tuiii, t. l reotis tin. cupper, or
S 1.4x1 ir ju,i iluus uj ua iu Hi txl u.ajoel, aad a, CLswijs
A, any. ; ium.ii a iiaru.-i,
Ko. ij ileal U. tltia i isjut.l '-l.rict rt.,
t .. a j u
ST. LCU1S ADVERTlSOtlENTS;
From the Newspaper Adverti-ing Ageneof JAMES E.
DUJJDEiUDGE, No. 14 SecocdMreei, tsl LUL1B, Mo.
TTITtodd & co.,
17o. 212 K". Main St., Corner of Morgan,
V ST. LOUIS, MO.
French Burr Mill Stones,
PORTABLE GRAIN MILLS.
- - DEALERS IN
Rubber Eeltincr, Lacing Leather. Hose, Steam
Packing, Bolting Cloth, Screen WLra and
Mill Materials generally.
PRICES OF LEATHEE EELTIKG OAE-TANNED.
" 'a . o m n. i ry - "a
IS oS . I 1 8
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IK 44 10 lOJj- 44 SI 8-1G 44 ,
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4 - 44 80 14 44 1 84 i! 8-4 " 25
4 44 84 15 44 1 46 H
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7X 41 60 21 44 2 2 !
8 41 65 22 44 2 8S i! . .
SX " 70 28 44 2 ft2 !
9 4 4 7 5 21 " a C8 :
44 so 1 'I
Double Lelta, Doable Price, (made to Order,
BRAGG'S ARTIO LINIMENT.
rTIIIS great specific, which is a triumph In the progress
A. of medical science oi the nineteenth entury, is not
presented to a public free from pain, suffering and dis
ease. It was not discovered, nor is it now prepared for
tho-e posse is--d of sound health and robust constitution,
but for a large class who re FufTenng pain.
- Have you the BronchUixT
Have ton the Teuralgiitt
Have yoa the far or Tooth Ache t
Yon may rid ou-self entirely of these distressing" eyils
by the use of Bragg's Arctic L-nimnt.
Are you afflicted with oid ijoreet
Are you suffering from severe Bruise T
Are you enduring pain Irom Sprtiina t
On bo' tie of the Arctic Liniment will surely give 'relief
Rhrumittiam Ira dreadful complaint.
ScroJuLi is a loath -otre disease.
Yet such is the woodcrlul healing properties of Bragg's
Arctic Liniment, that it will a most instantly eureacute
and chronic Rheumatism, and remove 8?rofc!a.
W hv will you suffer with UtturreyT
Why Will you sutler witl th PiUit
Why will you submit to ChilblaiiuiT
When by miDg the Arctic Liuiitent jcu may And per
There urein this world thousands nnd tens of thousands
who are, year af.er year, suffering with onp or more of the
manv diseases with which humanitV is alll.cted, until dis
pairing and nigh unto the grave. Wounds, bruise, barns,
scald head, chilblains, piles, corns, wans, bites of insects,
sore eyes, tooth ache eir ache, neuralgia, sore throat,
paralvfis di-e:is -s of the Skin, t-omors. wens, ring worn,
scurvev, coke in the breit,Fore lij.s , stiffness in the joints,
rheumatism, gout, Ac, have fastened upon them, and the
poor surJere sire seeking aa antidote..
To ail .uch, "r. lingo's Arctic Liniment comes as a sure
and speedy remedy, it is a bim for every wound, and it
neve" fails I Himdreds and Thousands are testing ica vir-
tues, and arerejolo cgicfreetjn from pnin ind suff.'rin.
FARM ESS AKD B08SH RAISKP.S.
Dr. Bragc's Arrrtie Liniment is nlso a sovere'ga rmedr
for the various diseases, with which horses are afflicted,
during the most alarm ng ca-ses of bruises, sprains, spring
halt, wounds, reracihe-, Sweeney, spavin, ring bone, b:g
h ad, poll evil, etc. No f.irn er, livery stab'e keepers or
any person owning valuable tioseistould be without it.
The inirredients of the Arctic Lii.ement are of the most
costly kind wtiile the utma.t a ire Is o; toel upon com-
ponnding them bv one of the nierajei-s of ihi cim any
who makes a persona: exatnin nija of every bottie put
KO PAMtLT SaotTLD Bi WITHOUT IT.
In case of acci lent, it is wUe to have a remedy at hand
to appiy insuind. Many lives are thareoy saved, when
if left to the plod ling time of a roe lie it prac'itioner must
have been lost. The Arctic Liniment Is the best speciSo
as it acts upon the p irtHff;c e I inst tnty.
It is put up i i 0; unl bit les. The 50o and
$1 bottl s coutniu .'0 and 1 t pr. ot more Liniment thaa
the 2. botties, and art much cheaper.
Every person buying a i bouH of Bbaoo's Arctic
I ikiukst will be lurnuhel at Dr. Bragg's expeo-te, witd
Eiuarsan's Unttel St ites Journal, poblisiied in New York
for one year, b filling u the certi io ite a roan, each Dol
lar bottle, and sending it to J.. M. EBKKSoa A Co., No.871
Broadway, New York. .
BRAGG A BURBOWF...
Fol Pronrie'.ors, 8t. Louid, Mo.
W. W. Berry A Demnvii'e, Wholesale Ag-n:s, and by
G.W. Hendersiiott, A. H.Koscoe.and J. Stietca.
c s: v. u ii Y
FOR THE RAPID CURE OK " '
Colds, Coughs and Hearse-
BninriEtn, Macs ,20th Dec., 1855.
T)t, J. C. Atsr : 1 do not hesitate to ssy
the best r medy I have ever found tor
Coughs, Hoarseness, li t! len-a, and the
concomitant fyn.pto.ns of a Coi .', l your
Cbbkbt Pkctobal. Its constant u e In
my practice aud my family lor the last ten
years has bhown It to possess iu.x-rlor vir
tues for the treatment of the'e complaints.
EBEN KNIGHT, M. D.
A. B. MORTLFY, Esq., of Utica, N. Y., writes: 44I have
used our Pctobal myself a' d In my fpmi'y ever since
you invented it, and beiieve it the bst raelfcine for its
purpose ever p it out. With bad cold I shoiid toooer -pay
teuty-ae do lam for a bottle than do without it, or
take an other remedy r . .7
Croup, Hooping Cough, Influenza. .
Sraixorjaij), frfissi Feb.T. 1S5. '
f sothxb Aaa: I will cheerfully certify your Pkctobal
is th-4 best remedy we pos-ess lor the cure of B'Ay,,,,,,.
Cough, Croup, and the chest d.sese of children. We of
your fraternity in the boutb appreciate your skill, aod
commend iour medicine to ojr p onle.
, . , Hi RAM C0NKLIN, M. D.
AM: 8 LFE, EU., MotrrraET, Ia., writers, 8d Jan lfv56:
44 1 hail a tedioua li.fluei n, wnich oondne me in doors tlx
week: took many nied elnea a it .out relief, :jaily tried
our PbctobaL by the advice of our ciergrain. The first
doaa relieved the soreness in my throat and Inngs; leas
than roe balf thu boltte m-de me completely weil. Your
edicmes are the chetpest as well as the Lest we can ba ,
and we eite--m you, Doctor, and J our ri. meaiea, as Uie poor
man'a friend. , , . .
Asthma or PMh-isic, and Bronchitis, t
WtT MAfK BKSTxa, Pa , Feb. i, IS.'
Sib : Your Cnxasy Furnssi ia p-rforminir m.irvel.ous
cures In this sreuoa It bas relieved several from a arm
leg sye ptoms of onsuniptinn . and is now curing a m&n
who has labored under an attention of the lungs for the ast
forty years. HENKY L. PA Srid, Merchant.
A. A. RAMSEY, M. D., AL.ins, Monroe cjunty, Iowa,
write--, Sept. 6, 185: "During ra i pratr Ice of m ny years
I bare fo nd nothing equal to your Cusasv PaoroaaL for
giving ease and relief to wraauiBptive patients, or curing
audi as ar curable."
ve m ght a id volumes of evidences, bet the most con
vincing pi oof of the virtue of this rea.edy Is found In iu
effects uj-oo trial.
Probably no one remedy has ever been known which
cured so many and such dangerous rases as this. Nxnecs
human aid can reach but even to ihjse the Casaay fCTi
AAA. allords relief nd CDufort.
aut.'B Uuoss, iSsw Yoaa Citt, March 5, 1S54.
Tocroa Ai.a, toeasu : 1 f-e it a fluty and a pirasare
toinfurru m wnaA tvur Cnraav Pctobal bas done for my
wile. Sl.e hud been five su4ul:s laboring under ti e dan
gerous sva-ptoms of uon-umpuon. from whicb no aid we
eouid procure gave her iui c relief, ehe waassracily lail
mr.ut I Dr. Mr. nj.cf U.ia clt., whee ft bare cw i.e for
adviee, rccummcnce t a lii I of your meutcine. We bless
his kindueM, as we do our sk II, tor te baa recovered
from that day. Che ia not yet as s-rong a. she Bac4 to be,
but la free iron her eougn, and caiia bei self well.
Yours wiib jraiiiside and regaid,
of ai.tiDj vl.ie.
" Cimmatptire, do cot de-pair till yoa have tried. Aiaa'a
Caiaai 1 acToaAt.. It is mid by One of too but luetL;,
cUck I-ls is lae 4orki, aod l-s cj'i-. a I a. nuul ua l.pA
tlie hi.-U nentsof Iji yirlas i Aitt. litr. r
PH.EPAE.lvI Bf DS- J. C. AYEE,
Practical and Analytical CHemU Low.! liaaa. '
And sold wholesale bv ,
sKittf A lyaM-J V ILLE, Nsihti! e.
Ja.o.B :OWN,aadall Jrjgi sislo thiseily,
FUitaMN A HA A al6, Coluiubl.
K. U. DEER Y, PNib viae.
feCUi-LL A .LACttJlit, Ga'Satla
And aUdeaiersin meuicttteeyerswhere."
Oct 1.-4 si. p . - Aivartisreg Ageat.
. NO. 4?, COLLEtiE SirilELT,'
TTAS JUST RECElri3
ni Una Paieut Lestter Cor-grass Gaiter..
44 t?'t st.tcbjd Ci4.l, Sjooreaa o iLers,
44 Uunl in ts! di do
44 44 aaJ Oatf do ' dj
44 dJ j OifurtT?;,
44 Fa op mi C.f Dry iixiis,
, Vatl xi'l aad ps-sf Bodis c-fyrliaj styles,'
xiicitH?: .f a 1. 14 i m.t itoxEn:
ALCnI i ;'iii tsr UeA'.Uer traaks.
de 4iu la i lutftf TruBks, '
Laai.etiaf f t tue i'ea fraois,
A lar a-.rnunt i Black ac4 Pair
Uii ii4 u.Miii,i.i um.
A variety ci i. u .-vie Uaia.r attiasd YalUaa,
. . - - sl 4ie -sie I u a i a.
Aba a varied stick if cheap I ti'.-r l, i u.
CU-r , aieai Lcatacg fctfi.oi.1 tS-tfiv.
4-t ro Oa . oJ
i iaek kud l -4f 0.4 ii
AU f wni. a arc v'--rJ CUt (r Vu. 4 ,
fca-l, , J,m7. -
TEHMES SEE MARINE
FIRE INS URANCE CO
Capital $150,0 0 0! !
I )FFICE North-West corner of the PublieSquare, over
y tyer Pearl's Exchange Office. Thev willtake nskson
dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, against Loss
famage oy ire. Also, ftlarine and River hazards, from
ana to an porta.
Also iVegroeB against the Banger, of the Kiver.
JOHN M. HItL, JOSEPH VACXX,
JAMES CORKEY, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G. M. FOGG, P. A. OW EN,
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS;
B.H. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY,
W. 8. EAKIN.
JOSEPH VACLX, Pres't.
A.W. BUTLER, Secretary. oct4
INSURANCE CO MP A NY,
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURKD.)
THIS COMPANY being rally organized. according teefear
ter. Is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Waresand Merchandise
trenerally. Also, en shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers,orInJand Transportation, on the moat favora
Lffe and Nerro Policies granted af Currentrstes .
OTJce, No. SO Co!!egestreet, East( .between Union at.
and Pnblic Square.
A NTHON Y W. V ANLEER.
HSNRY HART, Jr.,
TH08. W. EYANS,
W. T. BEP.RT,
R. C. VcXAIRY.
. ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JAstts Walksb, Secretary. myS
flairs a liXSTJKAIVCB C03IPANY,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS. 1521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1265,000. "
Farmer's and Kechanic's Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL, 1, 550,000-PAID UP AND ASSETP, 1525,000
Kew York Lifa Insurance Company,
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL $1,100,000.
rire, Marine, Inland Hall and Life risks takenon iquitable
serine. . JtHr'D! " A fH ,
No. 2f College street, opposite the 8ewanee Uonse.
Vash'J'ille..Tr.. S5-1, IT.
T3E GREATEST ITfVESTION OF THE AGE.
rjlHE subscriber is now prepared to cover roofs of build-
-s ings. witi) a new and better a-tic!e thr, erer before
known. The publio are aware that our Government bas
nan -cenf.r.c men experimenting, and that it has been the
atunv oi srciffctj ana Ktitniers. lor vesrs. in h srover .n
article for rooBng purposes, that wonld stsnd the sudden
cna-igs or me ether, and be fnirervious to f re snd
wnter. and remsjri a terrranent fixture. As yet, nothing
hai bien attained without costing n oie tbsn the.iifople
wi i.- The contraction, expn: ion end rn.tii g cf et:il
rois, are so great m .cnaDg ;ble climates, that they be-
ci-iie um-i..- s, uniess ofmg repaireu at great expense
yearly, fhirg'es are not hre proof, and cannot be used on
flat r ofB, and the various Compositions and Cements that
nveoe-n nrongnt into use jor rooting, do not stand ti e
action of tV-e eafher, but they run sibenitis irm, and
crack when frostr, and after one or two years btcorre
crumn y, ana worthless; vnerea, tht- inventor of the Oil.
vsn ci ement, has labored twenty years to combine arti
cles ro onvmie those ituhcnl Ws, aod can test fy from h
long cxperi-nc", and numerous te-t.moniuls from reliahie
persons, who have had his eombini'ion ni plied to ti e r
bcildirgs. that his Cement Is the cheanrst snd best aticler
ever Deiore known. The combination of this Cenent is such
mat it is ci c iiatc tor enli.e new roofs, flat or n'eep. cov
vi'in unsi uiu r (iiw wiimool ren'uing tntm; umng
rut iiuk ii., fn ii.g truui.u oai'ienients, cr lroneys and
Sky-lights. Covering cjir-tos , rtesmer-drrks, c. This
Cemeid, hv its non-conduction ard galvanl-m, prevents
ixiri.-ti rooia iroTi ruimir inn unoinerirg, ami resists the
evrremes oi neat ano co:a, belter fian any tliirg ever in
vented, for entire roofs or for covering metal and the out
sue oi soon ru mirgs, making them ore proof. Its ap
pearance is like slate; beautiful for the rich palace or the
The undersigned having recured the right to the H'ate of
Tennessee, win sen rights ol Itrritory, by Com tire cr
lowns, on reasonable terms.
The aubrcriber is al-o urepared to cover roofs of build
ings, in any part or the State, at rhort out ice.
Ihis Roof is now being put on in this city, for the beoe-
nt or in conceded, and warrs ntcd to ecel ail othtr modes
of RoofiEg The sub-criber Iihs ad his mode of Roof
ing eted as -o its qualities, during the lat vear and a
half in the city cf Memphis, which bus proved satisiactory,
to which a number of the noat prominent citixens can
For further fn'ormation enqnire at he ofTce wrere
B.smples msy be .ean. Oftice with A. V. . I.indsiev. h. I
E-'aie Broker. No 81, College stieet, Na.-,hviile, ieLn ; oi.
See testimonials of the following gentlemen who have
used it, with hosts of others.
W. S. BENNETT, Proprietor
Attached Is a note from John L. Moriran. V.ta . Archi-
tet, oy which may be seen t' e opinion of Mr. Famuel
Sloan, the Cilehrated Archiiee:, and wr.ter u ion Arehltee-
lure, whose exteriecce wit'i this mu.le uf roofimr. wiLho nt
a doubt, id sathfactrry to all.
MsMrnis, March 12, 1S5T. .
M.W. B. Bsrrr. When in Philadelphia. Pa., a few
davs ago, I eaded upon Mr. Samuel Sloan, the co ebrated
Architect, and author of the Bloan Work on Archiw o:ufc.
a'ked his opinion as to the curability, ie.. ot West's
Patent Rorf such as yoa are usirg in the city of Me-r.ur.is .
and hr told me tht he had no heutatkn in saying to me
that it is a go d an I durable ro- f, and is a l that iu advo
catescial-n it to be; rr-her saying that he is ising it on
fine building for hiuise?f. Resnectf il'v.
JOliN L. MORGAN, Architect.
Orrici op Miss. Csstbal Tikk. R. R. Co., I
1 ouvaa, Tbsb., Oct. 1, 1V.7. f
This will certify that the I . O. T. R. It. Co. hiv . nr.
chaed of Mr. W. H. Hennett, the r'g-t to i se on tl eir
Cars, Bridges, Buddings, Art, Ae., West s Galvanie Cement.
Having seen it used and tesied, I have no hesitation in re-
cominending it to be tbe best and cheapest covering now
t uc. n. r. Is e. f-1. 1 , ITeldent,
M. CAT. R. R. Co.
Csijissaa's unGn'i BcrVs Orncx, Mkxfbis A Cvablbs
tianrBm, Jare 8, 1'T.
To Whom rr mt CobcbsB. Tbia is to oerufv that the
Memphis snd Charleston Kailroad Co.npanv have iur-
ohased of W.F. Hmnett, the right to prepare and use unon
'hrir Depots Buildings, Oars, c Ae West'a Calvanie
patent dre snd waU r proof R8rjg, aud that se beueve
. it to be an economral ind durable eoverirg, bavicg ad-
reaov sua u.iu use h; ei&ni monins.
t-AM. TATE, President.
y. C. ARMS, Gen'i gjpt.
Maatrm. March M. 1S5T.
W. 8. Psssrrr, frq trsr fcir. ihe facta tUiin our
kno ledge of the durability, Ac, of est'. Calvanie Ce
ment; are these! Ihe building you covered for u last
soring, lam Lai py to state lasans ered our eipee-stions.
V can therefore, rerommead it to the puhLo for all roof
ing purposes: as a light, cheap. Dre and water proof roof.
It does not get (oft aad run liom the fiec s of the heal of
the s-in; nor does It harden aud crack I ou ihe ellecta of
the com. Any persons wishing to know more of ibis ar
ticle, eau call al oar suaoufacwry.
N. 8. BRUCE A CO,
Carriags Manufactory, Monroe St., MempMa,Tenn.
BraM, Tsjib , Dee. 8th, 15.
TO wsns it BAT COBCIBS. Ti.is is to certify that W. 8.
Bennett covered two roof. fr me last spring, win. a com
position called West's Patent Galvanic Ce.uent one of
ihe n n a new dck, fee other an old shingle roof, which
are giving perfect ratli-fiwHmrt. He altso rrptired a dor
mer win low, hch leaked badlv, and tad b:::cl the rk II
of CAiprn-ers ie prevent its teakiar, whicb ba sacceeded
in niasm perfectly Uxht. I ro tto-t cheerfully reeum.
uvea 4 bis rr.o- e of roofing to t.-:e public, f r ail rooting
arposei, and be Us veil to be a permanent fixture arainsl
Qre aad water, . li. cox fc.Ml.LL,
Proprietor Couimereial lioteL
FrrsAixTEScajrr'a Orrica. Majsraia A Obk R. R. t
.Msaruie, i bas , F b l. Isil. f
Ma BsBarrr, Dear hm Our eoxp-nv Laving been
troubled very raun with leaky Cars, put some t jear
ra-eoi rami upou them, and so ir as my kuaviij ea
tends I oa cheerfully recommend it to any wim wish a
dry roof of any sort. Yours, Ae.,
, Ii. COmN, auperinUndcnt.
Musrgra, TxkB., Jan. 14. 1SJ7.
To TBS PrUJO W. 8. Bennett, male a --li--atioa to as
last summer lo eover our bkilJiog euK Weal's Ulvaa
Ct ent; ii being a hew thing, we tsou til we would try It;
had it applied to our Blackn.i'.h hup, and Ear :n li iu,,
attached to tl. foiocyy. 1 key have prjved all required
4f a water proof roo'. having wim.iuuil Mnel the great
est slorsss, and are giv.rg g-d satialaaUun. Wacaaoaly
add, try U and oa i'i .aiuf.e-i.
CUiilLS KNAPP, Iroa FoanJer.
Ms-rut. Jan. U, 1T
Mr. Beneett, Las don some sum I a- ouat o rooting tt
Basin bis pecsauar way, with Coiioe stu T, e sated wub a
rreHaranoQ I'-e basks of sklcb apooar, ie be a C1 1 sr.
t is a very c?cc:ua.l aud Df-fat rout, aod ars to preistsw
eoi siicraoie rurabinty, fiois the prerv .iive q I lines ef
trie eon pou'liso, wtk-fe p. Del rates the e oh sad roect. It
feora ihe iad(a ol l air aad water. The C .ajixisai-'n
da. sot l-q-i fy aud rua (ro a tie ac of iao h. at of ihe
sua la utrwnrr , n-.r iio. it harden asd rr-ca fr lit
iatjan-se Is she cotd ul wiater.
Otiir ly A. P. MfcRgfL.
W AH exftectinr d.liy a lot ef U. T.! sr aad Je?ersoa
ia. Ma. I fiuwt, arAsB and Railroad N heel Barrows, Cut
tiBg Siiisr, C -isivaisir, ilarrwws, A .
t aai areci lor toe sal ef lour horse wsgjas aad FalU
earlsv, auJ l tor Peabody'e celebrated Baaltnra
.ufcrrj ad Pr4i.ac Wra. cseaj in your erdrra.
i. . , v a - B.9. WELLK,fa, ..
i: : BOYD & CO,
Weal V-staie, ?ic,
ana F tl bltjaett poces Hie'.y yeur.g te
t ad :. a. .J 4i(,-rM.f.t..M.i
l wiii kM cua.iaiiy a hand brgroea fc,- ;e.
ui:nsium , . uy a, i. e-, vorry ir
asAwvtiie, leaa. .
REAL ESTATE SALES.
STORE norSE FOR SALE
On Itrottd Streets 2nd door front Colletre.
U7E are offeii'g for sale, cheap, that valua-.
ble itore House, al:nated oo Broad a., and!
adioinicg the fchoe Store of H. R. Cutter, 2d door (
from College street. This Is a desirable business
tand.and well auanted to business of any desoripti .n.
It will pay 10 per cent upo the parch a" e money. Come
quick or ycu will lose a bargain, tor particulars enquire
of E. R. uLApCi 'CJi, Agent,
sept'24. No CI Cherry street.
HOI .Si: AM1LOT KOlt SALE.
VI7E are offering for sale, priva'ely, a two story flfk
V brick bouse, bitasted on Cherry street, bouth t " jj
Nsshviile. The Louce contains six rooms in -
main building, betides kite) eu, seryaste room, eairAge
house, sU ble, Ac a)l in .ooo order. 1 helot fronts 70 teet,
and runs back 148 feet to an alley. W e win give a bargain
in this property if application is made toon. It iasituaied
in a thriving portion of the city. For particulars enquire
of fc. . OLiAi COCH. Agent,
augl2. No. 67, Cherry street
We have, also, for sale Lota Nob. 17,18, 19, 20 and 21, ia
Linocli.'s ulan of lots, upon which is a frame dwelling
house. These lots will be sold to suit purchasers, o. ex
changed for country property, or good mules, at lair val
uation, we will give a bargain.
ALST, Lot Ko. b. in Houston's, Humphrey's and Martin's
sddiiionto Nashville, fronting tl.e Railroad Lepot. Thia
lot is 4b feet front on Franklin street, and lf.Ofeetdeep to
an alley, if you want a bargain, tow is your time.
t. a. OLAMJOLK, Afcent,
auglS. No. 6f, Cherry street.
llOt Nlu AJSlt Ia'T OIt SALE.
T AM oSering for sale, privately, a Honse and Lot,
-A- situated on Broad street, a lew doors above bum. .
mer; fronting 81V; feet on Broad, running back 106 LJ-
teet to an alley. 'Ihe boose contains T rooms in the main
budding, with Kitchen, baih-houte, smoke-house, Ae. We
will give a bargain in the above property, and urtenna
shall be easy. E. K. GLASCOCK, Agent,
tSiunelC. . No. 67, Cherry st.
LIKDSLEYJS ALVERTISEM NTS
EAI.'K OF NASHVILLE.
Ill A YE for sale a large sir ount of property ioh I win
red lor Notes cf the Htuk cf Nathille, or certified
cneca on it at tue sane I nets mat l tiave alvajs asAed
lor ine jircperty.
septatf. A. V. 8. LINISLTCY.
I ItEE HAMiS.
T HATE a valuab:e dueli ng Icut-e aj.d lot for s!e, near
A the Public Pquare, for which Willi lake the notes of any of
tne rree BaLkr oi TeDneasee. Now is the time for son e
enterprising merchant toptocure a good home, aa I will
give a riasvoable time, within which he cau barter calico
lor the notes. Apply to
aeptSO. A.Y, e. LIND9LIY,
LOT en Cherry street, Fouth Nathvilte. near the
Baptist Church, on which Ihete is a small Frame Ten
ement. 1 he lot liocts ti) leel, is lbO feel deep. Afplyto
sept'JS. A. Y.B. LINDSLEY.
""."HE RutleOge property can be rented nctil first Janu-J-
sry,19. Pos&euk.n given icn-edintelv. Aj jlvto
sep'-J l. A. V. B. LINDSLEY.
"J'TiVO handson e l ots in IdgeCtld, on Woodland street.
J. ihe Lot
jt. lr ct to fttt eath,aLd ate lTu lect tieep.
A. V. 8. LINDc" LEY.
A Valuable Business Lot for Sale.
J" AM now offering for sale that valuable Lot en Market
ttrert adioining thestire cf Blmris A Mathews. The
Lot fionts L2 feet co Market and runs back lo7 feet to
wards Front ftreit.
It would make one cf tVe best stands for a wholesale
Grocery Store iu the city. For terms apply to
B.piil. A. V. 8 LINDSLIY.
A Kcat rwelling: Eonse for Sale.
SITUA1 I D in Elgerield, on the Gallatin Turnpike,
further particulars ai i.lv to
feptit. A. v . D. 1.1N UMltl.
""I ''HAT valoable Dwelllcg at the corner of Cedar and
A Sumn er street;. The lot fronts 5 feet. Ti e Dwell
ing t large and con modicus, and there is a fine office on
tne lot. it is one of Ihe most deirabie locations in the
City. Apply to
septl. A, V. 8. LINEHLIY.
Valualile Frte-Soil Lot for Sale.!
I AM now ooering (or Bale a va!uable BaiUing Lot on
spruce street, near the corner of Browti. The lot fronts
sixty-tix feet on Spruce, U one hundred aud City teet deep.
a ltn a convenient aney in tne rear.
This property isexe npt from taxes for 26 years from 1st
Jauuary next. This exemption la ol more value than ia
Uiual.y accorded to it, as not only the grounds has ail im.
prov-nients erected thereon, but free from taxes. The
raving in the item of taxes will rr.o e than pay for the
ground and all improvements. This lot is also situated in
a part of the city that is now being rapidly tilled up with
Hue dwellings and private residences. Terms reasonable.
Apply to July at). A. V. c. LlNlcLcV.
- A OH SALE.
VABCABLE LOTinBeuth Nathville, corner of Fum-
mer and Oak streets, fronting 12o feet on fumme r
street and 170 on Oak street. Wnibe told as a bargain.
Tbe Gas is now being carried up in front cf this Lot.
Adpl yto A. Y. a. LIN DOLE Y,
marchJU OAS 88 College street.
A NEAT ICESIUENCE IN EDUEIIELO
IS now offered for sale at a bargain. The Lot f
fronts ti feet on Woodland street and 170 oa .-'"i
MiDica. The House contains four good rooms, good )L
ci:U-rn, Ac. The house ia new, built of brick and ihe
situation one of the best in AalyeBekl. W ill be sold low.
Apply u A. Y. d. LINDbLEx, ,.
Mi-elo. S3 College street.
THE CHEAPEST P&0FEBTY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
r Am now offering at a g-est sacriee, that valuable.
Ppropcrty, on College Hill, immediately opposite the
University, so lung occupied by the late Dr. Troost. The
kit fruit sixty feet on Market ftreet, with the same front oo
Colirge. Ihe House Is large and tow mod ions, and the
whole, at the price I oOer It la a great Bargain.
Ciaibornes' Omnibus bas practically moved College Hill
right in'o the Public Square, and aay one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business would do well to loos at this
proptty. Cailon A.V.8. L1NDSLET.
Apr.no, "SI ISO.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
I AM now oQeriog for aale, on reasonable terms, the
House and Lot at tbe corner of Broad and High sts.,
former.y owned by the late Martin New. Apply lo
A.Y. . LIND.-LEY,
Jul 3. 83 College street.
HAT1N-3 associoted with me tn the Wholesale Grocery
and Produce Bu-inew, Gen. Pai-loiso AaDaasoa, of
lebaoon, the came of our Irn win be P. A C. AnDKKSON.
Thankful for ihe liberal patronage 1 bay heretofore re
el red, 1 would respectfully lnfor.u say old eustomere, An
ail new ones, that under the present arrangement they
will be niuo.'i tsettar supplied than heretofore, and trust
thev will call and exauiin our large stock ef goods new,
In store. CiiUlitii ANDERSON.
iMmnon I ss. -
P. & C. AIiDEHSOIT,
"Vrholestl. Grocer, Pradasa and Commisaiaa
ABO DBALABA IB
Rrtinrlips Winrs . WTiislcTr. Arc
. . ' , - I'
AUU. - S
Dealers In Itacou, Lard andTConntrw
Produce, oC every decrlptlsat
Vo. 8, brood Street;
N AMI VI LEE, TENNESSEE.
lTTf hava new In store and etTer for sad cheap, th
V foi ovine eVoics and select article t
!,xa sacks One Fait;
t0 bsgs C- ffee:
8,14. J 44 enara do;
to bds S-igar, from fin t
1X) doaea painted BackeU;
6- do Cedar do;
US nests Tub-t
Sis.) Demfiohos aaaorfed;
j bb.s Lastf, Crushed and
800 reams Wrapping Piper,
SuO boirs Glassware, aa-
A bsgs f-ptee;
lt peppar; .. .
SO 44 Cuger;
JoOessk bIi a Foda;
A bbls Briawiaoe;
ft 44 Ahira.
. 1 casks Madder;
l,il kegs Na.ls, as urtel.
Avkj bags Cotton i4in , aa.
5'V t b a KeaUled Whisky;
00 44 Hye do;
(i) 44 Bourboa oo;
to 44 Monocgshela do;
1 44 i-wH t tue.
M V pipe i-ttm Brandies;
t5 tioa uiu,
1'sfJHs) C r.es, assorted;
SJO.-CJ G i Cp;
l'exs Tobacco, assorted;
" Presoo'i's "o.p;
K i.-i bag Saot, taorui.
5,'iAt) Jos Bar Lroyj; a ....
3 bt a niac.ujf; .
Id e-os Vla'c'.ea;
i Cera jus ion,
Ahd e.err o.twr artci ia
the Grtery Una which ara
eJe.xd at estretody iaw prices.
A C. ANDERJOTf.
Octir. t - I ''
Se 8 Broad strest.
(svCCaesa TO) aVuaa.)
AND DEALER IN ALL K!N!3 CF
IcIaUc Uvirlal Case, i
IV ILL gi bi at;ta ! to all Faneraii when calVd
V aa, as berwtofure; aad atli farn.sa vrfikli-g thai
I rtuisi e on aavb ar'ots, tf l-9-l ii.t;y and to g4d
?l,i. W .ri also keep ua baud every t of wood aad
tlo'.n Vtin,etesfi, Ae. - . ,
w HI sk-a a-letid U '.urn pu'e'-sas aod Wet:ca of lot a
Ml Uuvet I -. ery, a-nl w-il prociua. dee-cU in U aaat,
being iit'.or.4J bf il coas;.af y.
at-.tad to lii removal of bodUa ta Jdt. OHv
ft a 6-t'sr CiLtett ta, at a ti:patd V "-, aa yr .!.e-
Us., A. Y. Uiititi, rrel lent Mt, O'ivet ts
e-rv-.C. iv. Sa.-a. Fclry; fcsv. lr. tisiec.i. bev. J. r.
E ?gf, i. W. U.a-iaA, k4. i tiii- If.
ii. Ds PICSJET.
. . Stveiisen2
44IVD BLOOD PURIFIER.'
T'HE greatest remedy In the world. This CordlM is dis
tilled from a Berry knovn only lo myself, and enem
ies. Hy combined with some of the most valuable medicinal
roo's, lierbs ana barks known to the mind of miD, via:
blood loot, blank root, wi d eherrj-ba-k. ye low dock, dan
delions, ssrapsrllla, e'Uer flowers, with others, producing
the mo-t infiliible remedy fur the restoration of h call a
ever tno n.
. IT IS KA TURFS 0 WK EEUED I',,
Crr!rgdisesses by natural laws. When taken, its healing
mflJence ia felt coursing through every vein oi me boot,
erf fein and accelerating the circulation or tne Mooa. it
neLira 'ies any bilious matter in the stomacu, uu rei.
thers the whole orgsniastion.
Slclein's IStrenifthenfui' Cordial wiu ecevma.ij v-.-
Liver complaints, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Clireiiic or nrrveus DebilKT "Dlarnaeaaf
tlie Kldrjeys snd all Dlaeaa44 atrlwlu
from a. Disordered Liter or
Dvsmeosls- Heartburn. Inward Piles. Ac:d:ty O' 5-ickneea
of tiie ttemaeh, Eulloese of Blood to the Head, Dull Pala
or Switrmirg in tbe Head, Palpitation of the Heart, F li
ne's or Weight in the btomach, Pour Eructations, Choking
or Suffocating Feeling when lving down. Dryness or l ei-
lowoeesof Uie ektn end Eves, Nirbt weala, inwara rrrtn,
Pain in the Small of the Back, Chest or Side, tudden UusA-
es of l est. Depression of pints. Frightful Dreams, Lan-
gor, lspondencT or any Nervous Disease, pot or
Blotches on the fk'n. and Fever and Ague (ortnins ana
Fever. 1 It will alsocure diseases of the Bladder and Womb,
euch asSemintil Weakness, Incontinence l Unue, Siran
goarv. Inflammation or Weakness of the Womb or Blad
der, Whites, Ac
THERE IS NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT.
ThWi cordial will never fall to cure any of the above dis
ease, if taken as par directions on etch bottle, in German .
English and French.
OVER HALF A MILLION OF BOTTLES
Have been sold during the nsst six months, and in na
Instance has ft failed in giving entire ftl fa tion. Who,
then, a hi sutler from weak new or debility sues JHCii-
strengthening Cordiol will jure you.
TO TUE W0MEX.
Do you wish to be healthy and stronif Then go at one
and get some of Mcl ean's Cordial. It will strengthen and
invigorate your Mood to flow through every vein, and the
rich rosy b oom of health to mount to yoar cheek again
Every bottle warranted to give eatbf act ion.
FOR CHILD REX.
W'e say to Barents, If jour children are sickly, puny, ot
afflicted with complaints prevalent amoni cliildren, give
them a small quantity of McLean's Cordial, and it will
mate them healthy, fat and robust. Delay not a moments
try it and yoa will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
E VER Y CO UNTR Y MER CHA KT
fhould not leave ihe city until he had procured a supply
of McLean's Strengthening Corditl. 1; ll raptd'y, be
cause it always cures, A liberal disc ount will be made to
ti.o'e who bay to sell again. x
caution Beware of drufguU or dealers who may try
to palm upon yoa foroe Bitter or Farsaparflla trash, which
they can buy cheap, by saying it ia just as gocd. Avoid
such uien Ask tor JlcLfin't trenatienina Cordia I, and
take nothing else. It 1. the only reined that Will purify
the blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen the
I Hie tablesroonful t en every morning fasting ia a cer
tain preventive or Cholera, Chills aud Fever, i el.ow Fever
or any prevalent disease.
Price only tl per bottle, nt six bottle foe ,1.
j. u. Mclean,
Pole Proprietor of the Cordial
Also. McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Iff"' Principal Depot, on the corner of Third and Pine
streets. Ft. Louis. Mo.
" For tale In I onir villi by BF1 L. TALE01T A CO..
Fpringer A Bro., and Raymond A Patte l.
McI.EAX'Sf VOLCANIC OIL Ll!i 151 EMT.
The best Liniment in tbe world for Man or Beast.
Another Ilemarkable Cure
Performed by McLean's Volcanio Oil Li nneut. Read for
yourselves : ...
Thomas Ford, a blacksmith, living near Case avenue on
Tenth -treet, had a 1. ornb'e running sore on his loot. He
trie I various Liniments, Salves, Ac, but eon Id no it no good
lis de- paired of ever being abie to work at his trade arain,
because I e could not bear any weight on bis foot; and by
one small bottle of McLean's Volcanic Liniment, be la now
Rheumatism, paralysis, neuralgia, braises, sprains, stiff
ness in tt.e joints ol muscles, swellings, sore throst, ear
ache or toothache, wounds, tresh ruts, sores, buns, -caiiis,
pninr.ac, yield to the "m.g c" influence of this wouderfnl
For Horses and Cattle It la an infallible re-nedy for chafes,
ga ls, scratches, cracked heel lament-'s, spavin, sweeny,
splint, fl-tula, bruises, swellings, wound , rattlesnake bites,
aud various other diseases which animals are liable to from
injuries or acciden i.
Every Country Merchant should obtain a supply of Mo
Lean's olcanic Oil Liniment. It sells rapidl, because it
A liberal discount will be made to merchants who bay to
t3r" For sale by J. H. McLEAN, proprietor, corner of
Third and Pine streets, St. Louis, Mo.; al-o fir sale a.
above. apr.y. novo.
fill CELEBRATED HOLLAND BTMEDT T0
DISEASE OF THE KIDXETS,
WEAKNESS OF AXY KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And th varions aSections consequent upon a disordered
SUCH A" Indiestion, Acidity ef the BtoT-ech, Colicky
Pains. Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, Cos.
tlveness. Blind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous Lf.en
Biatie, aod Neoralgie Afiectiona, it has, in nurrerous in
stances, proved highly beneficial, and is others eUeoled a
This Is purely vegetable compound, prepared on strict
ly scientific principles, after lb Banner ef th celebrated
Holland Professor, Boerhav. Because of its great succeta
ia most of the European Ft ate, its introduction int.) th
United Hates was Intended more especial y for thos of our
fatherland scattered her aod there ewer tbe face of this
mighty country. Meeting with great sueeess acongthean,
iBoWoBerttto the Ameoiean public, knowlna- that ita
I truly wonderful meJicinal virtues B ust be acknowledged,
f It is parueularly recemmended to those persons who
constitutions may nay been in-paired by the eoutlnuou
oae of ardent spirts, or ether forms of diasipaiiun. .Gee
eraliy lastantaneous ia effect, ttfinda lu way directly te
the seat of life, thrilliag and qaickening every nerve, rsls-
,iu( 4i in, BrouiHDg .pins, mu.ia ici,inj using aew suns
(and vigor in the s stem .
NOTICE. Whoever expect, te Sad this a beverage will
' be disappointed; bat to tbe ssck, the weak and low spirited,
tit will proven grateful aroma Uo cordial, piiasssssd pf la
J guiar remedial properties.
t' A i" T I o jf .
TTia great popolarity ofOdsdeHgh fnlAromahas Induced
snsuv imitations, which lb putlic should guard tfali.it
parchaalng. Be not persaaded to bay aay thing else BO 111
yoa bar gives ttoe-rtiave's liniiead bitters a fair trial
Oo boul will eoovlnee yoa bow iafivilsdy superior it sa
lo tH these imitations.
bo.il at l per bottle, or sis bottle, for ii, by the
BEXJAllIIJJ" PA0E, JE;, & C0
abg. acre suxo
PHARMACEUTUri AND CHEMISTS,
8oid by Druggist goaeral'y ihrougbiMit lbs United eta'
Xt eol la Nashvill by
EWIJi liiOTirXRS, rhuUiUJ;ntA.
DR. A. n. R0SCOES
J. J. Bkr Cli,
aprti dAWTj And ljj.Uj.-uiral!y
L.. 3I. TRIPLE,
OFFICE, fAMK A3 SUERtilFF4? OFFICE CHEKRX B .
NEXT DOOR TO IV-'P OsFJCE, UP bl'AIitS,
Will vracuca m all the Court botden la David.ua and Saat
acr counties, aud will give bia individual eueauoa
lo all busmes eatruslew lo aaa car.
r. II. EDWARDS,
Atlorucy it Ia ; ,
Will au ad to all basin snirwaiod Us ais ar la torn
eat siuwosir), - saajlie l J.
II, H. HmiilE, Jr.,
A T T O It IS K V AT Li A W ,
..s.k ...tnui.t v 4..i.jriis) i CH. TiiuMl'.-soN.
f r" PartiCMiar aueaiioo g'
9Q 447 om i V4 V I 4 a
- .j" AU bnimas ouiiTsawo
so lua acre wul cceet a ita
pr-uiptanuvn- e , .
JuiJj J. 8. xtataa.
slcv. a. ... 4 - uas.a.
w.tT. U.bstuiiiil (s.
Dr. J. a
Ll M MjialS.
ijiT A Catxarr.
UlL JOHN H- CAlalsLCNUKU,
wi'J doU kiaelfta his prvfvsaiua.
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