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HOBHV SIUER BMD1 THE ONLY l'EKM-VXENTLY ( IP.GANIZED BAND IX THE CITY, will attend lo all calls for mnsic both at b,ne and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no chare. The Band is comped of Fifteen Performers, with a complete set of new silver instruments. All calls r musie, t-r fiiaerals, picnics, serenade and jubilees will be attended to iroinpt!y. W. L I1R", Manager and Conductor, Health and Happiness Secured. THE CONCENTRATED CURE THE CONCENTRATED CURL A POWERFUL. REMEDY A POWERFUL REMEDY cOR WEAKNESS FOR EARLY INDISCRETION TRTIT! TRY IT! trv IT! TRY IT! VTOrxtf MENlioare suffering lYoni lU? effi-rts f " ...... 1 . . . nnH ..I-mu- Convent rate A Cure OK AQUA VITAE, A Remedy of Great and Crrlain Powr r. SJThis rcme.lv is put up in small vials. and ran be writ t,v mail to au'v address. A trial wiii talirfy. -e U Jr a week, and vuu w ill experience a great lieoent- A -ircir couuuuuig full .art uLirs s ut (.free.) on jo-pi cat nfi. Price per bottle 1. tue bottle will last a month. U Tin- rented v I--1 suitable either sex. ldress " K. CP.l'OER. Me.lt.1 Ae-nt. juUK-lf " 1 Broadway, New York. Fnu the I-d"T, Philadelphia. Oct. 11. 1V.9 a Ci-tfT. L ArriTX- A new aad useful article, called Spalding's Prepared Uue, has 1nv-o iatro.biee.1 lh" notice of housekeepers. It is reliable aud really an bive ai.d enables ev.rv !:-. l.-'f " repair furni t Kmlli'.!i"Mr" without tronl.y, as it a! iTH rPJtlv fir u.--. a'ig2i-2v Ilollotrav's lill.. l"'li-'tH.n. i "iaiulcncy Bdlious dte.Td.T5, Iavi-r .n.L.i:i! . NVrvousnes-i and jeneral debility, are -ied;!y aud irni:i:ieut;y cur.-d bv these inestimable remedies. Th -.v do u..t merely an.iui.-.h the particular dismiss, but esercis-es so potent and la-tine a benefit on the sy.-teiu a proi-el it froiu juture affliction. Sld everywhere. anglM-lw Eu;ie Curr. V.LKtR CVu vrr, Ca., June 20. ISrW. Vrw ft ix.;kei-.ory & . : (itTS : There art t f.i niv friends here tlial want. earn, half d.-z- u b..t tl-d of rour ( lark K J'uller'.s Ambrosial Oil. They have tried it aud found it ali yt r.-onimend it. It U f.T Stephearirti Fo nJ Bla. k.-l..ue H.-ndrk- A nd it to them, or t J-V ajd.-e T pr.-. t. liattanna. T--un. AUCJ8-1W .l,T KOIE. Tl.ef,,li..w:i.i comi.linieiit.uy n-.iire 15 t.:eu from Ihe Missouri Ieniocrat : I JlMEXST. A MoT XT OF FcFKKKINil BCUEVEP I1T T.VKIXO Mi I tis'sSTREXcrBEXiSGCoRMai. Since the 17th of August, the f.-llon in? ca shave been reported rured: 105 persons have been enred of General IV'bility. r; ) j " " S"erou3 Debility. 2l ' ' Ii:aars of the Kid neys. 1'Opersoos who have been alHiotod with variou ciira-jdair.t.-, Fver, tlirouic Piarrho-a, Iys;-litry, Liver Complaint, Xieht Sweats, Py3ptp:a, and Weakness e.r ihe liegerilive Organs, have been cured, besi'lesa lirc number from w hom wo have not yet heard. McI eanV Strengthening Cordial and Blood Purser is a remedy required by every one in the Western and Southwestern country. Jt is very pleasant aud avreaable to Uke, and it can betaken by man, wo ;iii and child. AiS a diuretic, it will cure any di-eaa of the Kid--lieye or Bladder, and es an alterative, it w.ll purify itheulMvl, and remove all pimples, sores or blotches from the skiu. Try it uae drachm is sufficient to convince the oiKt-t sceptical rf ita wonderful Ptrer.gtheiiiii and in vigorating proprieties. See the advertisement in ani!ii-r column. Tlie Kspress Fiieglit Ti a n. m thn Xaiihvilie and CliattanooRo Railroad, a iii rommence mnuins; on the 22 I or July in close con vextiou with the Express Train on the great Snitheru line, via. Cliarletou ai.d Savajinah ami continue dur ing the buiue?s senfon. Tliroui:h lime fr-.m Xew York EIGHT PAYS July 2S-tf K- w- COLE. Srni. NOTICE. 1 have B.ld eut my etitire iuti-rest in the finn of Nicholson Jt lIrJsrui:T, to Pavib HrarguT, who will continue the business as heretofore. I will af?isl hiui in wiudint; up the business of the old firm, aud solicit for him a ceMniuanre of the itron e bestowed u the oi l tirm. July2, 1S. J. C. XI HOLSiiV In order to reduce my Stock as much as pos.-iblc-, before receivirg new Goods, for a short time I will offer my entire lo k at cos:, for cash. it IAVU HrSPHREY. ft C T II II 1 For the IXSTAXT RELIEF and A 3 1 11 JI J ) I KKMANHNTt rKK of this dig ressing romjdaint use PEXDT'S Bronchial Cigarettes, Made by C. B. SEYMOUR & CO., 1CT NASSAU ST., X ". Price SI per bos; sent free by post. FOR SALE AT AIX DitlGGISTS. ray 5-inMy A Card. The Ieg,!ator' of Iho Sute of Ceorg a having passed the followisg Act, at its Fcssion of 185S, pro hibiting the drawing of lotteries within it3 jurisdic tion, after the 1st day of June, lS'-O, wc ill on that Jay, remove our entire business to Wilmjngtoa, Pel. W OW, EM'Y CO , Wilmington, Delaware. Owners and Vacagers of the IVIaware, Miss.iur: and KenTui Slate Lotteries. AX ACT, T repeal all lawE,and parts ofl.tws.anthcTiiing Lot teries in ta Stat of t;eersa, and for other por poses. SifTWJ 1. Ik GtJiTal Aissnlift,f Georgia do enact, That from and after the first day of June, Eighteen Hundred and Siiy ,!! laws and parts of laws author mii; lotteries in the Stat of Georgia, or the vend Inpcf Lottery Tickets in fat J State.be and the same are breby repealed. Approred by tlie Otveruir. December 11,1368. maj LS-tf UI5. JvIA G'S 1JISPEJXSAKY FOU PRIVATE DISEASES. DR. K1VG, formerly or Xew York, lor the la-st lour years or Louuwille, ky., and who has devoted his attention to the treatment of private diseases for SO years, flut ters himself , h iving attended to a practice lor so ma ny years, and cured no many thousands, be is ena bles to cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat ter bow bad they may be from injudicious medical treatment, or from neglect of their own. Ir. King. Dispeu&ary ig No. Dcaderick street, between Cher ry and the Square, second story, where he cures all l.jrAea ol a private nature. t.oxoRKBKa cured without nauseous medicines or oU'riereuce with business. Strictcr of old or recent date, effectually cured in a few days, by an operation wh eh causes no pain. Where a Stricture xitu health cannot be enjoyed. Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under mines the constitution so much. i-tfhillj, with, all the diseases orthe skin, growing out of neglect or bad trcatmeut, can be etfecctnally cared in a lew days. SKJtisai. Wsau'iiua. Particular attention havm een given to this damage, and all the consequences growing out of it, brought on in many cases by the! . destructive habits of inconsiderate youths, and ex cessive indulgence or the passions, a neglect of w h:ch will undermine the constitution, ren doting the sub ject unlit fr business or socity ,and caisuig prema ture old age. females who may be ljboring with any difficulty ot the Womb may rest arsared of immediate relief. Persons residnfg abroad, by w r.iing aud staling their case, mill a fee encl. se.l, directed to Dr. A. king, No. 23 Deadenck street, Nash vule, Tenn., will Lave the necessary tnediciues sent to tiieir address, with necei-sary directions. Strict secrecy observed. Ofiice boors from 9 o'clock in the morning uut.l 9 iu the evening. julylO-indaa ly GRAND PIANO. I HAVE just unpacked, and have nw for iuspection. ibUuotGraod Pianoforte ever received in the city of Xa.-diviue. Xlio atteotiou of every lover of the '-king" of Instruments is iuvitcd to this Piano. Aim several aquare Pianofortes of Mtiuwaj i Sou's Sale, Have just been added to my stock, all of whk-h will be mJ at Xew York Prices, fT cae-u, or negotiable poiier.at Union Street, - J. A. McCLURE. fiXcW Music, in great abaiuLiur, being- added dauy to Ui already large stock. )uly-tf .Dickiu' Kew Book, SHORT STORIES, jaw received and for sale by ' X3-r' - joaxroES co. BAXE JIOTE APfDEXCIlAKCJBWST. " . . : ,Xy Aim Bank of Tenneaee,...pr:Ban-: '""r ion Bank 1 . Trzlz TZi. i.n Planters' Rank mr srauicrn d.u, r'," rianters turn, Pj.nk 6ucdui miaU L IXU fk,-...- 1 nar'Comroercial Banlt....l ois City Bank, Traders' Bank,. uar Buck's Bank,.: 1 Bank of Commerce iiariUcuuicc imui. .... j " -j Bank of the Union, ... P";' tV.,;.V ..par . par ..par par ..par . 1 its Bank ofChatunooga, . P-'" "f Jv --- nk of Dandridge,...! dBan "f B?VJ te p.i ver Bank, t D-u i D'i. nfrimiuirni. 4 dii.Ocoee Bank, Bank or Taie well,. 2 die Bankof bhelbyville,.. pat Bank of Trenton,.. jLawrenceb'g Bauk , Bank cf Jefferson . Bankof WestTennesseepar HKOKKX i5D wunm. Agricoltural Bank, BrowngviUe. Central Bank of Tennessee, Xasbville. Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Memphis Mechanic's Bank, Memphis. Memphis Savings Institution. Exchange Bank,MurfreesUro Miuers' and M luufacturers' Bank, Enoxville. Bank of East Tennessee. Speel. Gold, American parlSilver, -Vr Oilier States. SEvrrrvr- . OHIO. Bank ot Ashland .. . dis State Bank -f Ohio , dig Bask of Louisville .. . dis B K ol me uuio mi- Commerc'l B kofKy i dis- ley -uls Farmers B'k ofKv. . dis eomuierciai it i Northern B'k of Kv- dis Cincinnati. Peoule's Bank iioL-iomurjimiM... 1 dis S.juihern B'k of Ky. di' Georgia. atasaaa I.Atlanta B.tnk 10 dis 1 du-Aui;uita Insurance 1 dis and B'king Comp. d:s Bank of Mobile .. Bank of Jloulgoinery Central B'k ! Ala... 1 dis Bank of Afiens dis 1 dis Bauk of Commerce, 1 uisl Strannah i dis Commercial Bauk ... Northern B"k of AU. Southern B'k of Ala. 1 dis Bunk o Columbus . 1 a ill ...It .J Cul..d 1 dis sotTacaaousa: tr. , .... ;." . Bank ol Charleston.. di Z'IT' il d.B Lank ofCamdeu.... dis Bank ol t nester i d:s Biinic ortlie Stale of Georgia ds Commercial Bank tu Columbia Bunk or Georgetown Bank of Hamburg.. Bauk of .Newberry. Bank of the State of South C roiina ... B'k of South Carolina Exchange Bank of jjs Central Kanroid aud 'j A " Btiiking Cjniia:iy dis V dl Citv Bulk or Augi:.-la t dis ( , vjergia uiui u iuiu ' Bank C'oniiuny Marine Bauk, Sav'h. M 1 " , . . I j .1 i i .. . . ,i ','llii . ,:c .uerr-itnui.-. w nam ers' B.mk luuibta ... U dis Mechanics' Savings B.iuk ' .'.is ; dis Farmers" k Exchange Bank VJercb'ts' B'k ofS. C pMiile' B'k "f S. C. Flajiters' and Me clianics Ii;Bk .... Planters' B'k olfr heid Southwestern lailr'd , - -'y.hauies' Baiik.Au frusta V . Planters' B'k, Sav'h 6dn limber Cullers' B'k. f, di dis 3 , , d , I nioa Buik, Augusta .'i dis " otuer Banks 55? lo dis VIKGI.VIA. . Cank of Commerce, iuik i dis' Frs.iericksburs . . . 1 dis 1 dis ?tai Lank. ti:ir"l-'ii L. d:s Bank of tliei-'oniiiion- 1 11 ion b.iiik of S. C. lotiKtva: All Xew Titans Banks..." OKTH CAKUl IN A. Rank ol X. Carol ma. l, d.s; mon wealth, Jli' i. i Bank of the OM !) . minion, Alex.ir.a.. 1 djs Bank ol the Valley ef i Ya., Wmc'.icsler,.. 1 dis 1 dis - os'p.r,k of l a . Rihm'd 1 dis Biukof Cale Pear. 2 da il-lulL heeii- .. 1 d;s Bauk of Cburliilie... 2 ilu of Winch- i r, 1 ! s Bank of Favetteville - "IS Kvehanre E'k of Va.. Bank of Wadesboro' HlMOit'KI. St. Louis Kinks ... Country Batiks IM'U.M. I dis Nortik Farmer's B koi Va., - Ka um.'.nd 5 's M.iuulacturers' anH i V.'irmerri' Iwl.k. din dis B'kol'ttie Stale of Ind 1 uii Wheellllir Otiic-r B inks ILUXOI3. Illinois Banks.. . ... S dis 'uerci, u' B'k Lymh- i burg 5 dis, Merchants' and Me- 1 dis Ali notes of this s-iatei cLanirs' tiaiiK, alooilHi.' coiiiitersiined bv. Wbeeliujr.... 1 dis the Sute OlUcer, beinji'Xorthwesiern Bank then seeiirtl bv deposit; ol Va., Wheeling., oi State Stocks: when thislSoulhwe.-u-rn B k of 1 au ....I .I.oie thev&rn un- Va.. n vtlivviiie.. 1 dis saleable. (Hhui Jl z C'ii rjxclianse. SKLUXO. prem. ."mOS prem. 't-f&U picm. ?tlu!t 1-rem. pu'"'a', prem. liar H jirem. parfai.1 prem. Xew YorkSiKht U' prem. Boston jU prem. Philadelphia prem. Baltimore &; prem. Xew Orleans Cd'li 1S- St. Loms dis. Cincinnati iss'i dis. Laud Warrant. 0 acres, par we. ,0 s lliO'g,.... J 100 6o . . ' 70c WHOLESALE PURE CURiiEST Corrected Weekly. AX ICS. CoII.'US A: Co. (IJarJlrd, J1S(215 II. Collins and other make P(S1' BAGGIXG. Hay, per Jon $-0 TENNESSEE IRoX. Bar, com. gift 0i 5-'a Ifcmd, ' Trt) "ix iiiii), " .' Sheet, " 8iri) 4i Best boil'ri'on, 7,1, Pig, 'btou, $o0(l'3j I'lltsburg bar, 3)i(wl LN'DIGO. Carracas, V lb $115(31 25 LEAD. rig,tt (3) 7i Bar, " ri) i LEATHER. Sole, (Ciucin.) oak-tau'd, Vft fa."' Skirting, (Si'ii lU-mUck, " (wS Harnnss. S0(S32 MOIASSES. Xew - Orleans, f gallon, (in bbls) AOQii' 'fg'il.,(.'i-ubls) 14(S48 Sugar Houm-, " abO Gold'uSyr'p," 8U(iW) NAIIjS. 10.1, ft keg, $3 25 OILS. I.ard,Hsallon,l 00(31 10 Linseed, " 80 Sperm, " 2 25(32 40 Tuuaer's, ' 75(1 00 PAIXTS. White Iarad, lii oil, keg, l 80,32 JO Chro'neGreeu, Y iound, SO(S4:0 Span'h Br'n, ' 4(a) & White zinc, 10V12 Brown, " Oi 9 Kentucky, (a India, (a) Tennessee, wide. (S BEtiSK AX. Yellow, fi tb. -Gi-r. CAN LI .KS. Tallow, M'd, lb Hard-pressed, bummer, i- tar, (3iM Sperm, 4l(a;i'Z lAMl.MiS. Common Cast ings, l lb Mill Cranks & Gudgeons, (a) 5 Wagons Boxes, CHEESE. Western Re've, 10(211 V it Eu'ish D'ryTft 1"-'.' COAI. Cum'd, bush 20(3)25 Sewanee.-' li(u)l) COFFEE. Java, lh 13i(S)"20 Laguyra, nono Kio, 41 J6lal" COPPER. Sheet,? lb S-10 tuKDAGE. Cotton , -'iS2a Hmp, to'l"-.1. Jute. ft)l'- Manilla, "j 12'4ft?l Bale Kope, Stone Color. li liilO txn rti.N. PROVISION'S Ala. Ten.fb idli ! Bucosi COTTON VARN.-i. Hams, H lb H 700, y d..a. a 9 boo, teio 5,k, toll 41, " fi;l- DiiL'G.'t i DYE STI FFS. Miouiuerf , " Sides, Hog round, tieW.V lb Beef, 10(S 14 (J7 Aloe, 7 lb Alum, As.-afutlida, Borax Crude " " relined, Brimsioue, roll. -'117.' 4'J Pork. ' J Butler, " l."il'u17 Meal, pt bush. fa 8.a? o.i('i40 lEgs " do 5,a) 6 ! KICK. Camphor, re hiiod, 4 ffe Cactiiari.le $1 Castor Oil, per : Carolina, 4 lb 5(250 :.VLT. I Barrel, "p bu.sh. 40 1 7.. Sack uue, '. bag (tailon, $1 S0(S$2 Cream Tartar. 4.(oi"'0 Eps. Sits, f lb a Flour Sulphur, to) 7 Gum Arabic, Si'if-iM 4i Co;ul, bt(aM coarse, ' none SOT'S. j Clover, 5 00 iMillett, 1 .Vaj nniothv, o oOiai FlaxSewI, ' 80 Herd'sGrass, $1 75(D Iiiecar, it ft S (ai 7a jaiap. $1 -(ai 50 Blue Grass 'gwd, nd (a) a clean, K'lfl.-. 50 Madder, lb 1017 stripi-cd 1 C0(21 75 1 75 Magu.ia, 0,'tfl 00 Orchard, XuUialls, (275 IHuugtiG. Seed, OilPepixrm'ts $4'jfa5 SHOT. Opium.' flb 50 Buck, bag, . 2 40 1 IK) Q'ickiilv.r, - (a,l oti'J-aiect, : quinine, " 2 oti(ff SOAP alS'wla, " Sli() o On. B e, V tb (a) 8 Turp'tiiiebar,'' 5(S7 CastUe i: Wlnd'r, J-Q,od STEEL, . American blis ter. V ib S (210 English " 1U(21S Out. fii-M Shear. " German. " 12,(215 SUGARS. X. Orleans , -f b b J (2 1 0 Havana, wh'te (211 Saltpiter, " 12',r,il4 Saleralus, " io, Sana. " 35(250 . Sagar I-ad, " (a erdiuris, " toou " FATHERS. Live Geese, rf lb 4'f243 FiMi. Mackerel, No. 3, "il barrel. tKS13;i LOlR. Extra. (itt 00 Superune, b ww do brown " (2 Loaf. ll';(212 line FRUIT. i Crushed, " lli(212'f Raisins, Vox !: 753 00. Powdered, ll(212j; Almonds, sott- 1 SPICES. shell, rb 17(220 Spice, V lb 11(212 Ginger Race," 8(2 9 Cloves, 25(2 Peppor, " 11J(21 SPIRITS. Brandy French, gal $250(26 00 Apples, dried, bushel 1 ou reaches. dried , bushel, to- Peeled Peaches, fi bushel, (2 GINSENG. Amer. 40(275 Giuseng, r lt 25(20 Rum Jamaica, Amer. , Gin Holland, Amer., GLA. Window 8x10, bx,$3 50(24 00 loxl2, 4 60(25 10x14, " $5 00(25 50 GRAIN. Wheat, V bush 1 10,21 CO $1 25(21 50 75(21 25 " $1 30(5-1 50 " 40,275 2U-2 Whiskey, TALLOW. RcniKred,flb 9(210 TEAS. Imperial, ft 50,21 00 Guuiowder, " $ 60(2 75 V'np Hyson," co Black, " $ f21 00 TWINE. Baling,-? ft 23(225 VINEGAR. Cider,"?, gallon, 1 " V barl, $4 00(24 50 WINES. Madeira, Vg-,1 50(22 00 Sherry, " 2 00(24 00 Malaga, " $ 40(21 25 Port, . " ' $1 00(24 00 CU'mpa'e.,pdi$12(2-5 00 , WOOL Common. y ft 20(225 . Fine w ashed 28(230 v Rye, " 1 0021 25 Corn, " 5(2o Oats, clean," f2t3 UU.NSY BAtiS. 2. bush, each, 13(214. GCNPOWllttt. Rifle, Wkeg, (27 00 Blasting, " 2 00 Strained, 'i lb 812)4 Come, 10(212, h ur--. Green , f lb . Dry Salted, stU'n 10,215 Mexican runt, none. - HEMP. Manilla,? ft none. American dew- rotted, ft It O 8100 Cash - j- The Grover & Baker Special Premium. R. II. Brockway, repreaeotative of the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company, offers a Fpecial premium of One Handrtd Dol tarn Oath, for the best specimen of family sewing exhibited at the next State Fair, to be beM at Nashville, September 10th, 1SG0. The work lo be tlcne by a lady, a resident ol Tennessee. . . The judges to "be appointed by the Slate Bureau. No persons connected with our offices will be permitted to contend fur the premium. jaly28-deoJtw till Sep. 10. ' No. 46, North side Public Square, over A. II. Ilick'a China Store. . llstra Fine Corn ileal. AX additional sapply Just received for Glenwood Alo, tiny barrels ol the cheapest Food lor Stock Ut the market. BENJ, F. sHlrLDS CO., Jaaele-tf . , - ' , 9. Sr7 CUegsuet. t otJ "5f T T T' V 1 WEDNESDAY MORNING; ATj GUST 29, "CO tl O C K C 1 .T Y 31 1 L. 1 '' ' J RETAIL PRICES. ; '&-l!:' Floor :o 'aps$ , in Lair bags Old Hickory do. - . 4 25; " 2 15 1 sc . UxedBran,perlOolbs. ouedollae . . , f Corn ileal, perbnsbel :$l -. : n ' Delivered to ill parts or the city. sep.t-iy BOTEHEXTS OF THE SAILKOIDS. Dcpartnre of Passenger Trains. NaSHTitlBiCHarraSiOooa 4 A.M., 3 P. M. Ti!BKsKitAi-Bat 4:15 A.M., 3:OOl -Locisvii-tKi Xashvilib 5:OOA.M.,:50 P-M " GailatmEprefes4:30 P.M. KocsriKLD & Kestccxt 6:30 A.M., 2:45 P-M Arrlral of Passenjer Trains. NaHViLt.K4CBATraoca 5 P- M.:,8 A.M. Tuiwn & ALABAMa 10:00 A.M., SsOOP-M. , IonsviLiK& XasBViuK 305A.M,2:15 P.M. " Gallatiu h.xpresfy:10 A.M ESOCFIELD & KkSTCCKT 1U A.M., 7 r. M. FOIl WIAYOK. j( We are authorized to announce S. X. HOL LINGSV.ORTH as a candidate for re-election to the office of Majorat the next Municipal election. julyl2-te . .1 - We aie aulii'Tizcd toannounced K.B. CHEAT HAM as a candidal? for tins olllce of Mayor at the next Municipal electi.m. ju?yI2-Us We are ncthoriiBe't luiuiug'-t John Hugh Smith as a candidate for Mayor at the eouinx muni cipal electiou. - roU COl'SCILHAJf. 4S3- We are authorised to annonnco W. S.CHEAT ITAM for re-election as Councilman for tha 5lh Ward, t Ihe ensuing Municipal elect.on. June7-te jrp We are author i?d to announce ANTHONY ?. CAMP as a candidate fur Councilman from the 6th Ward, at the enduing Mun.-ipial electiou. junej-te Jt'jf We are authorised t annoume Rob. L, Creusltaw as a 'aU'!idat f..r Alderraaji of the 4th ward. July J6vtd. , Ug- We are authoriai'd to auuiiw:e J. C. JlrFI BAN a a i-andi'lale for Alderman for the Second Ward. ' ', July27-to 4.5- Wo are authorized to announce Dr. A. A. JIATCIIER as a candidate for Councilman for the Eighth Ward. - juiy2T-le i ISAAC PAUL B ill serve, ir re-elected Council man from the Seventh Wari. 1 july27-te JXZr We ai"e authorized to aunoiincn JAMES T. BEI.Las a candidate for Councilman for the Second Wa4. ' july2$-te tj-Wc are anuoried Ui announce WM. SHAXEas a candidate for re-elei-tion as Councilman of the Third Ward. juiy28-U5 t3,Ve are authorized to announce GEORGE DAR I'Eai us a candidate fT re-election as Councilman of the Third Ward. jnly23-te We are authorized to annvunee C, E. H. MARTIN as a candidate for Conceilman from tlie Fourin Ward. auC-te We are .ui;orued (o announce R. J. MEIGS, Jr., as a candidate for Aldc rmaa in the Fifth Ward at the next election. naS-te org- We authorized b anuouure J0ITX DOYl as a candidate f.jr Aldertjiaii in the First Ward. uug2i-te tig- We aro authoried to announce AUJX G. II.VI.KV as a eaudidapi i'T Ci.itiiciliijan from the 4ib Ward. Aug. 25-le ttH We are are authorized to aniUHiuce Dr. P. 8. WtioDWARD :k a eiuiilidate for Couiiciliiian from the 3d Ward. An-. 25-te tCTT" We are authorized to announce JAS. B CRAIG HEAD as a candidate lor re-election as Councilman frtuv tne Fifth Ward, at theeusuiiig elect H4i aui;27-to IM0T I! ALLY IN EDGEFIEIJ)! TCE.5DAY NIGIIT, SEPTEMBER 4TII. The Etlgcficld Bell and Everett Club will have a grand rally and poll-raising on Tues day night next, to which all the Union Clubs in Nashvilla and the County will be invited, and will go over in procession from the city. A number of distinguished speakers will address the meeting. S9Moxkoe Tavlob, by way of relieving the dull monotony of the times, and at the same time, turning a penny, got himself into an excursion party of one, and went down to the grassy lawn of Mr. DcxLAP. While per ambulating thereabouts in the soft light of the crescent moon, he set his affections on a healthy, wholesome looking calf, aged a couple cf years, Jle spirited the calf away, and Coding it inconvenient lo keep it about him at the present prices of hay aud the low condition of his finances, endeavored to con vert it into cash by proposing to sell it to Mr. Warner, the butcher, at a sacrifice dirt cheap. The proposal was accepted Warner took the calf and Taylor fobbed the proceeds. Dunlap came along soon after and recog nized calf claimed and proved property, and took calf back to grassy lawn. Warner hunted up Taylor, and sent a special invita tion to meet him at Lvq. Robertson's. On hearing the facts Esq. Robertson concluded it wrong to cherish such unholy passions for undressed veal, aud decided to refer the case to Judge TraxER. Taj lor wilted and walked down to jail. In our notice Monday of a number of subscribers to onr campaign paper, former supporters of Mr. Breckinridge, ' received from New York, we stated that eight of them had subscribod $1000-a piece, "and nine $500 a piece, to the Breckinridge fund of. that city. This was an error. . We should have said nine of them had subscribed $1000, and eight $500, together $1,500. These gentle men bclopg to the large business houses in New York, and their change is but a single instance oat of thousands which are occur ring. ' .' Tr" Dancing. All who desire, to learn dancing, particularly the ''little lolks," will be dcr lighted to learn that Prof. St. Maur Stuart has returned to Nashville,' and will open his classes next Saturday. Dancing is an ac complishment the advantages of which are generally admitted now. It has become an almost indispensable part of the education ofchildreu ; and it is important to have the best instructors. Mr. Stuart stands at the head of the profession. -He has no superior anywhere; Children taught by him will not simply learn how to dance; but will be im proved in their manners.'' Politeness is one of the things which mast be observed in his school. See advertisement. ' . ; j?The "Bell Grays" did us the honor of a salute on their return from the Grand Bell Rally at Columbia, yesterday, for which 'we make onr bow. " FalL Hats. We note that our lriend B. F. Eextley has received a portion of his en p plies of hats for the .coining season. His rc; ceipts embrace a variety of late styles; some of them the most elegant that have appeared for some years. Aud -what -s better, they are made of the fiuett materials, and are as light as gossamer. Citizens, and strangers visiting our city, .-wishing to lay aside the hats they have been wearing dnri.ng the sum mer for something more becoming, should give Bextley a call.- Uis store is on the cor ner of Cedar and Cherry, under the Verandah. Belx, and Everett Glee Clcb. A Club bearing this title has been organized in this city, and will soon be ready for active ser vice. . Any one wishing to join the Club can." signify their desire by enclosing their .name in an envelope, addeseed . to 1. O. Box 536, and they will be informed as to the time and place of next meeting. ' Cexscs Returns is Virginia. The Nor folk Herald says that the census is showing- a great falling off in the slave population of Western Virginia. They are' being rapidly sold and removed South. The returns of the census in Wood county show a heavy falling off in the slave population, and we nohave the eensoa of Cabell county, which shows only 21S slaves and 10 free negroes, against Ss9 slaves and 8 free negroes la 1S50, important LaliA Sale "" lAih Inst. The public will remembtr that the S Hof Gen. Jol A BatHe' f tnn of more than r WO acre.-, by the CJerk and Mastet; tatea to morrow ott the premise. . Th13 lrfc' bva divided Into smaller tracts and it doin h good an opportunity "is" offered for tbe purchase of a pleasant and productive Persons going to -the sale by wwy tne Nashville & Chattanooga itaUroaa, the cars at Kimbro's Station whrre ihpy "U1 find a conveyance in wailing. Bad HAXDWurTLVG. A good I story is told concerning ihe wriiins of J. Vf. Brooks, the grat railroad manager of Michigan. - He had written a letter to a man on the Central route, notifying him that he must remove a barn which in som manner incommcaea ine road, under penalty of pro-ecu tton- -The threatened individual was unable to readanv part of the letter but the signature, but took it to be a free pass on the road, and us-ed It lor a conple of years as soch, none of the conductors being able to dispute his interpre tation of the document. , r - "I -go through my work," as the needle said to the idle boy. '-But not till you are hard pushed," as the idle boy said to the needle. iHessrs. Ilaynes and Peyton. The following list of appointments has becu agreed upon by the lion. Baxlky Pbttox and lion. Laxdos C. Uayxes, candidates for Elector for the State at large, at which times and places they will be pleased to meet and address , the people. It will be seen that a number of counties Lave been om ml tied. This was unavoidable, owing to the want of lime XahUvillk, August 13tU, 1300. Wincheister, Franklin county Thursday, Aug. Fayetteville, Lincoln county.. ......Friday, Pulaski, Giles county ..Saturday, Sept. Lawrenceburg, Lawrence county,. .Monday, Wavnesboro', Wayne county Tuesday, Savannah. Harden county.. ..Wed'day, .. Pnrdy, M'.'Nariy county,..,, Thursday, .. Bolivar, iutrdeiuan county ....Friday, ,, Jackson. Madison county.......... Saturday, .. ' SonierviUe, Fayette county....... -Monday, . . Memphis, Shelby county.. .Tuesday, ". . t' vingioti. Tipton oounty,,,, .....Thursday, .. Brownsville, Haywood wiuijty.,...FTid4yI ,, Ripley, Lauderdale county , .Saturday, . . Dversburg, Dyer county Monday , . . Trenton. Gibson county Tuesday, ,. I'nion City, Obien county Wodu'sday .. Huntingdon, Carroll county Friday, Paris, Henry county Saturday, .. ver , Stew-art- county Monday , Ciarksmlu, Montgomery county.. Tuesday, .. Springllold, KuberUon cuuaty Wednesday.. Gallatin, Sumner county. ; ....Tliurjday Nashville. Davidson county Friday, Franklin, Williamson county Saturday, , , Columbia, Maury county.... Monday, Oct. Murtreeghoro, Rutherford county. .Tuesday, .. Shelby villo . Bedford county Wednesday . . Lebanon, Wilson county Friday, Carthane, Smith county Saturday, . . Gainesboro'. Jackson couuty Monday, Livingston, Overton county ...Tuesday, Siihria, ViTiite coupty ., , , .. ..Wedn'day . . K ingstou , Uoanc Goidliy , Friday , . . Clinton, Anderbon couuty.'. .', .... .Saiunlay, , , Jack&boro.', Campbell county.. .:; .Monday , ; . Tazewell , Clai IxTue county : Wedn'day . Bean's Station, Grainger county Thursday '.. Rogor-JHe, Hawkins county, Friday, : . Kingsport, Sullivan couuiy .... Saturday, .. Blountville. do do .........Monday. '., 10 11 13 lo IT 14 la ai 22 24 25 26 3 i 2 3 5 e 8 9 10 11 1$ 13 17 IS id 00 a 23 24 25 26 Joneuboro", Washington county . .Tuesday, Greenville, Greene county.. . .Wedu'dav,'. . Newport, tVioke county Doiidridgej Jetferwin cour.ty,.. Kuoxrille, Knox couuty... Maysville, Blount county.. Ma'lisonville, Monroe county..'. Athens, McMiun county.. , , ,. . Cleveland, Bradley county,.., Chattanooga, Hamilton county. . .Thursday, .. ..Friday," .. . .Saturday, . . ..'Monday, .'. ..'.Tuesday, .. . .Wedn'day,.. ..Thursday, Nov, ..Friday, ,, Nashville, Aug. 18tb, I860. Editors of the Patriot : Gent. Be kind enough to announce in your paper that the Hon. Wm. II. Polk, one of the Democratic Electors for the State at large, pledged to the support of Douglas and Jouxsox for President and Vice President, will fi 1 the appointments made by Laxdov C. Haynes and Bailie Peyton. ; W. R. HURLEY, Chairman of the Democratic Central Committee. Tlie, CififVass. Messrs. J. D. Tuomas and O. P. Temple candidates for Elector for the second con gressional district, will address their fellow citizens at the the following places and times, commencing at J2 o'clock each day : Livingston, Overton county, Monday, August, IS Locust Shade, ' " 1 Millham;, u - -Monroe, . Poplar Groye, Foutrejs Co., Jamestown, ' Tuesday, " 14 Wednesday," IS , Thursday, " J6 Friday, J. Saturday, o JS Scvcuvu , District. Cornersville, Giles Co., Elktou, " Hammond's Store, Pulaski. Canipbellsville. ; Nevvburg, Ix-wis County Sliady Groye, Hickman County, Vernon, ' ' " Sugar Creek, ' Beaverdam Spriiigs, Centerville, ...Tuesday Aug. 2S . . Wednesday " 29 ..Thursday " 30 ...Friday, " 31 ...Saturday, Sept. 1 ...Monday, 3 ...Tuesday " 4 .j 'Wednesday, " fj . . .Thursday, " 6 ...Friday, " 7 .Saturday, " 8 We the undersigned will address our fellow-citizens of the 7th Congressional district at the places aud on the days above specified. JXO. C. BROWN. X. X. COX. August 17tli, 1SG0. A. C. & A. B. Beech, 57, College Street, are opening a most elegant stock of New Goods, suitable to the presen season and early Fall ; consisting of some new style Dress Goods, Poplins, Plain, Plaid and Em broidered ; French and English Chintx, Black Silk Mantles and Bonnet Ribbons, besides many other Goods, desirable for the present season. augl6-lw Tue Quickest pure op a Spraix ov Rb cord. A lew days ago Mr. Hughes, who has charge of the Steam Power , Presses -of this office had the misfortune to sprain bis 'foot, dislocating several bones, and severely frac turing the ligament." We fully expected to have to dispense with his services for several weeks.' The Indian Doctor was called in and immediately set the bones, made an ap plication of his ointment, bound np thefoov and took him home in his bnggy. What was onr surprise to see him return in less than three days, able to attend to his duties, which require tbat he shall stand and walk all tha time. Although, the foot remained black as a coal for several days, all pain and swelling was removed in less than forty-eight hours. We fully believe that there is not on record an instance of so remarkable and quick a cure. . a . . ;UjU Angir-tP To the Editors of the Patriot f .'- V. -Seeing so many certificates in your paper of cures made by the Indian Doctor, I deem it my duty to make known to the publ.c the benefit my wife has received from the use of his medicine. - She has been afflicted with Dropsy for about four years; her body nd limbs badly swollen. We tried all remedies we could get hold of. She was treated by five of the most eminent physicians in the country, but nothing seemed to relieve her until she' began to take the Indian Doctor's remedies which relieved her immediately. I thins his remedies for Dropsy are the bet in the world, and should advise all thus afflicted to-apply to him., i.j O. Ellis. ; j iYiuhoille, June 19,. I860, j 7 T.f r t "' r . . Mi. I i ASHVrLLE, j one 14th, 1860. To the Editors of the Patriot: j . I wish to make a statement through yoor columns of what the . Indian Doctor's Pills and Blood Purifier have done lor me. I have taksn about a quart of blue mass and all oth er medicines I could get hold of; none seemed to give me relief. . I was troubled with Dys pepsia until I applied tb the Indian Doctor, who gave me bis Pills and Blood Purifier which relieved me" immediately.' I am now in better, health than I have been lor many years, and 1 can recommend the Indian Doc tor's remedies to be all he represents them, (o be. and should advise all afflicted to try bis medicine. . - Capt. David Hughes. julyl2-tf J . ' Notice. ,v j ' In order- to reduce oar stock as much as possible before receiving our fall purcha se we are now offering our large stock of boots, -shoes, trunks, valices etc at Oat for CaJi, J' SNYDER & FBIZZELImV D1V. U.WOOD, Dentist, Jit .-i (XO.JS0 CHERRY STREET,) f Has returned fruto the Faatj aug28-lw KEEP IN MIND THAT ;t N ASH ar jr;- rrST"RAOE AGJyrSJ,' hare deposited with the State Comptroller $30,000 in Tennessee Bonds, fbortunee as much as all the Local or Forehra Insurance Comoa- m,m i""i wmiM ui we. i Wnrit " Jodee DeogUs at Norfolk. iobk.'Au. 2T.-Judge Douglas had a eiiitiuMa-stic reception ' at rsorlurk, and spoke in nhtr presence k"of ,009 peeJe? la tne middle of his address a slip of paper was banded ty hinx. . Jt was cnt lrom. the Norfolk Daily Ariut and contained Iwo'pollte ques-i lions. I he Erst is.'ft Abraham Lincoln ba' elected President of the United States will the Southern States be justified io seceding from the Union?"' - To this '"I emphatically answer no. fGreat applause.! The election cf a mau 10 tue Presidency by the AmericaQ people in conformity, v.iih tlie Constitation of the United States, would cot justify any attempt at dixsolriag loin glorious confedera cy." Applause. Second queetiou : " If they (the Southern States) secede from th Union upon the inauguration of Abraham Lincoln before be commits an overt act against their constitutional rights, will you advise or vindicate resistance by force to their secession"' 1 answer emphatically that It is tha duty oi the President of the United States, and all others in authority under him. to enforce the laws of Ike United: States j passed by Congress, and as titer courts ex pound them, and I, as in doty bound by my ' oath and fidelity to the Constitution, would do all in my power to aid the government of the United States in maintaining the snprv macy ol the laws against all resistance to tbim, come from whatever quarter it might. In other words, I think the Presideut of the United States should treat all attempts to break up the Union by resistance to iu laws, as old Hickory treated the ouUiflersin 1832." Applause. . ,.' ".. Petersburg, Va., Aug. 27- Mr. Douglas arrived here this evening from Norfolk and was enthusiastically received by three or four thousand people, who, headed by a band of musio, escorted him to Jewett's Hotel. A salute ot one hundred guns was fired in hi? I honor. - ' i Arrival of the Nova Scotlan'." , Farther Point, Aug. 27. The steamship Nova Scotian, from Liverpool Angu-t 16ih, via Londonderry on the evening uf the 17th has passed this point bound to Quebec, i The Bremen froni New 7tk, arrived at Southampton on the 17 th Int. 1 Latest via Londoxderry. Loxnox, Aug. 17. Tb Paris correspondent of thu AUe magne fitting of the 10th -ays that the Pope has written a very melancholy letter to the Cardinals in France. . ln looks upon all as lost, and although convinced : that he will die by the bullet of an assasMii, he declares that he will quit Huma under no conditions and for no pric Cox.-taxtinople. Advicos from Damascus ot the 15th inst., slate that Faud Pacha had surrounded Lebanon with troops aud threat ened with the sword the Druses and Sheiks if they did not surrender in two days. Twenty Shieks had beeu taken, and neatly 800 other important arrests bad been imule. , , . One thousand camels loaded with plun dered property had also been recovered.' The Sultan vMtsd tjje Porte on Tuu.r6day ant dejiyered his speech to the Ministers, e ,resing a resolution to punish the Syran of fenders most severely", and also an intention of reducing the list of sincere high function aries and pf effecting econoraj gen5ra.l!y. Paper money is tq letiiuiu a 'circulation antil J"'y next. 1 ' The Sultan is about to address an auto graph letter to Queeu Victoria and the Em peror Napoleon on the subject of Syria, In which he yU express a desire to. have the sole punishment ot the offenders. The massacre at Ealbre is confirmed. No details are given as yet. London, 17th. The Times city article of Thursday eveuiugsavs; "Disappointment in the expectations of change of weather and threatened political contingencies have led to a further decline in English funis. American securities show great firmness, owing to the anticipation of an active business in breadstuff's. No gold l?as taen frqtn the b,ank to-day." nmracrriaL Daily Patriot Office, ) Nashville, August 23. I860, f FLQUIL The market is well supplied. We quote, wholesale ; .' Superfine iu bbls.;. .1... Extra " " Extra "sacks , .$6 6 25. . . C 506 75. 3 25. WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi pally fpcm abroad ; very little Teuncssee wheat being offered. We quote red at $1 1Q 1 20 per bushel ; white SI 251 30 per bushel. eed wheat selling from. Store at $1 40a$l 50. CORN. White 90 per bushel; mixed 85c. OATS. 60c per bushel. 'BACON None offering. It would com mand the following price-, if offered. Shoul ders 10 "j fi); clear sides 14; hams 14. Sales Irom "store, retail, hams 15, shoulders 41c; clear sides 15. j -- LARD None offering. Would bring 13c. 1 lb. j MEAL-Is. gelling at 80S5c. bushel. FEATHERS We quote at 40c. tt. t GLNSENG-SOc. j j , '. GROCERIES. We "quote; Fair sugar 8J9 lb.; prime to choice 9J(,10c.; iu barrels Jlc. advance on these figures. 2 New York Coffee Sugars 10J(311c. .. Crushed and powdered 11 J12crLoat 11' 12c. lb. I MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in barrels 40 45c gal. half barrels' 45 48cf Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup in barrels 75c; half barrels 80c; and kegs (ten gals.) 85c' --) j - . ; -COFFEEy-felo lCJ17c.y.--Lagiiyra none in market; Java 1920c flbStock light. TEA. Imperial 50c$l"; Gunpowder 50 75c.;. Young Hyson 40C0 ; Black CO l 50. ..'- : ,6iLTrf--WjB-quote Coarse, Sack at .$1.50 ; and Fine at $1 60$1 75 ; and BarreJ jat 40c. B bushel. ( . ', i COTTON YARNS.- The lollowing are the agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns; 700 and 800, ?c; fidpr 600, 10c; tOO; lie; and 400, 12c i;'-. "WHISKY. Rectified is held al 21tS. 1i gallon, and country at 5075ci gaJJaft,' according1 to quality. ;;-i , - ' CANDLES. Star.; 18c per ; lb. for7Jlrm weight; 20c for fuU weight; Tallow, summsr pressed 13c; Saem 45a50e per llxf k- Raisios Layer $3a3 25. per 'box; W.ll! $2 50a2 75:'," ' j "..- SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75; per box. I BRAN. $1,50 per.cwt. HAY $26 per ton.; . ;i BEESWAX 2 6a27c per b.' '' ' CHEESE Western Reserve Ipallc per lb U3.uti. spring ana un zuaioc per bushel," and io.demand. RYE Is selling at $ 1.20a $1. SO for teed from store. v : J i; Baltimore niarketi . ' "-. ii S.i A -'i. :: y. Baitwom, AOg. S5,P. M.-"': COrFEK. The market to-day ia quio!,- and we ara without sales to report. but" after oor reDort waa Tlored yesterday a ! was ia vte-jrt 000 bags, ex "tsansnee," the. price tor which was to be nxed on the 1st October. We quote Moat 14.a35 cents fur fair to prime, and Java at 18 13 cents per lb- 1 ' : 1 ' r,J. , Markets by Telearrapov; t Liverpool, ,Aug. , 17. Cottojt market, The Broker's circa lar-reporte thtj sales of the week at-SO,000 bales, including 19,000 to speculators cnd .J 6,000 t -exporters. The prices ..of the lower qualities "are quoted jd higher.hile- those of middling qualities are fully id. better, and fair qualities unchanged Thetdvanee in prices was caused by advices from the United States.. Tbft sajes of Friday and to-day were 10.000 bales $ mafker closing steady; The following are the au thorized quotations: Orleans &r- 7 Jd; mid dling 6";d; Mpbile fair 7d, middling 6jd; cp land fair 6 j; middling : 5 13 16iJ. The stock, in port. is estimated at 1.1.57 nrifi h.ie c 'which 9ST,o00 are American, f ' The advices from Manchester fire favorable. Prices are steady bat the 'demand has been checked by unfavorable ' weather for the crops. -. J -irfi " LrvxRPooL. BreadntnOTs tenof upwards, and "pric of 1 fcrtioleor slightly higher The provision market was generally duiLSome aathorities quote flour " and Corn Vach1 Id' dearer, and wheat 3d higher since' Tuesday,. bosKW, t nuayw tonsoi vja9Z(. lireaa- n 1, I . . K H r. .wAn am Kla . J . . t . IT I . a. ,jl b J M w. " - .- I DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S , StwngthcriiiigCerdiaUiiiid , Klood purifier! The Greatest BeVaftay ffiV World, g34 the delieiom and delightful Cor- oiai ever taken.' -. r it is stm-iiT a scj. . entitle and Vwi t 4'WdlaLHmiK.ua Herbs aD4 liriffjCf bellow fioct PJ.-wi V. .r ooty Ulack. Root Sarsapar.lia, W0d iZTy, Bark Oandehoneutevsin lt oomuoiutio,. The entire u-t,P ftuivuiai 'Ut each prinripio io prnl ion is thoroughly ex tracted bv my ne ? method of distiiliu. - nrotineiiio- .... OrctaaTn&cious, exhihAftrP latinT - o - -"cj- pn ir, and the mnrt Inrallibte r the diseased tr,m ,J . "-"r" renovating ant WaCewlTvaW Z IS' tclAcan'H Sircn-tUeninjr , "WILL EFFrCTCAU.Y CCRE -,T'r Complaint, Dyspep-la j Hn - ' " ' dice, - i I0TiCrSrKeon,Nch',5-ytl,aseofUieI-i,'neva lfUrLT!aS0SarijjnS froma "Ordered .Stomach , Iyspeiia, Hcaribnrn. Inward Piles Jloi , S7. n "fW. lhe Full-ess of BWi to the Head DuU Pain or Swimming in the Head Pali? fcition of the Heart, Fullness or We thi la thV Stomach, Sour Eru-He8, choking or Vuffat. Feeling when lying down. Dryness or Tell w.S theskm and ryes, Night Sweats, Inw.rdFevtrs Pamia thetSmajl,., the Ba. Cbes't r.kle. S.dueu flushes, of .Heat, nepna.ol t,pirH8 Frfeu" Dreams, Languor, lesn,.ndency, or an. N-Tvol Iitsease.rkires.raot. IU bkia.and Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.) ckJBJU ver Over aMilion'of 5 Bottles t Have baen soil dui iog the last sis" months, and'm no wstauea bas h failed ia .wng enii.e afacijuj, Who, then, will Puffer frum Weakness ..r Oebintv hen McLEAX'3 SlREXGTriENlNO CuiUILU ' Jii. core your . - : r j Nolangnagecas eonvey an sdeqoate idea oi tne immediate and a most miraculous change proJoced By taaing this C rdal in the di-,esei, dibiliutwl and Stistp-red nervous system, wbei her br.-k -o down by fexcess, weak by nature, or imiirnd by aictcneps th.e Telaxed and unstrung nrganiiuu is restored to ut pristine health and visor. ?iAiir.r PEEsaxfe. , or others conscious of inability, Irom whutuvercansc. will nnd McLe in's Streugiheeuig Cordial a t Miroiigb! regenerator of the system, aud all who may have in lured themselves by improper 1njul5e1.ee, will tied in the Cordial a certain aud spied) remedy. .. TO THE LADIES, ; ITIcLeau's Stre-nstheuins Cordial - Is a sovereign and speedy cure for Incipient Cotifcaiuptiou, Wbites, ObstrucUnlor Difilcult Meustniaiion, lncoutiuence ot Uriueor luvo'.uuUry I itcuarg.- thereof, Falliug of Uie Womb, Uiddiuess, Ka: 11 ling, nnd all diseases inci dent to Females Titer e la no ?Iitake About ! Suffer no longer. Take it according to directions. It will stimulate, PtrensUieu, nu 1 invigorate you and ca'jje the ktoui of healib to mount your cheek again. Every bottlo is warr.iuled to give satisfaction. fOlt CIIIILIUEN, , t', If your children are sU V,?y, puny or adlrcted, Mc Leau's Cordial will kuiko thoiu healthy , lat and 10 I'tWyr not a moment, try it and you will be Convinced. It ts Delicious to Take, ' " . CACTION. Beware of Druggists or IValers who may try to palm upon you snne Bitter, or Saraapa nlla trash, which they can buy cue-up, by sayme it is Just as good. Avoid sucu tu.-n. Ask for McLcmu's Streugt'uehiug Cordial, and take nothing e se. Ii i the only remedy thai w.ll purify the Blood thor oughly, and ut the same time Mruiigtucu the system. One t-iblespoouful taken every morning i isim, uj a certain preventive lor Cho.era, t'hiiU and Fever, Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Iiea.so li is put up in large bottles. - Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 battles for io J. H. McLtvAN , Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol came Oil Liniment. . Priuciial Uepot on the corner of Third and!l'ie streets, St. Louis, Mo. ' ' ' r-' Sxild by W. W. BERCY & DF.M0YILLE, Nashville, and all respectable Druggists eve y where. mrlu-dins &wly HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION rrELMBOLP'S BCCHU for the Bladder. HELMBOLD'S BI CHf for the Kiduevs. H1-XMBOLIV8 Bt'CHC for the Oravei. I!K1 MttOlD'S BFCHt' for the Dropsy. HP.LM HOLD'S Bl'CHU for Nervoasuesi). .f i H.U.M HOLD'S Bl'CHU for Loss or Memory. ItFXM HOLD'S BCCHD tor Iiimness of VisV.n IDXMBOLD'S BCCHU lor Difficult Breathmg IHXMBOLIPS Bl'CHU lor Weak Nerves. , , IHXMBOIAI'S BICHU for I nivorsal Lassitudo HELMBOU'S Bl'CHU for Horror of 1';. r HKLMIIOLDS hVCHV for Xight Sweat r 1 . HFXMlKUJ i BL'CHU for Wakefulness. HKXilBol.D S BfCHU for Dryness of Skin HKLMBOLD S Bl'CHU lor Kruptions. f HKIJ1BOI Jl S Bl'CHU lor Paiu m the Back, HKLMBOLD'3 Bl CUC for Heaviqeas of tiie F.yelid,' H ilh Temporarv Sull'usation and ol Sight. . HF-IJUBULD'S BUCHU for Mobility and Restlessness, With want of Attention aud Horror of Sorietv. 11 FXM HOLD'S BL'CHU for ('ibsU-ia'tious. ' HELMBOLD'S Bl'CHU for fceties arjiui from lu lliscretion, aud all diseases ut' FEMA LEX FEMALES FEM A LIS FEMA LEX FEM ALEX FEMALES , , FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES OLD OR TOVXG, SISGLE, MARRIED, Oil COX , TEMFLATIXG MARRIAGE. TAKE XO MORE FILLS, TAKE XO MORE FILLS, ' " . . , ;., 1HEY ARE OF XO ATA1L, - ZUEX' 4RE OF XO ATAIL. 1 1 1 i HELMUOLlfS- fLTTGA CT HCCIW ' ... . IST17E Vert bf.si 1 ' U ti.i , , . - REMEDY IX TIIE WORLD For all complaints incident toHbe Sex, whether arising from indiscretioB, habits of Dissipation, or in the DECLIXE OR CHAXGE OF LIFE. ' SEE SVMTOMS ABOVE. XO FAMILY SIIuULIi HE W1THOVT II. TAKE XO MORE RALSAM. MERCURY. OR O I-LEASAXT MEDICIXES FUli UXFLEASr , AXT4XD DA XGEROVS DISEASES HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU ' : : i ; . . cram. ' V'-. ' '' " Secret " Diseases Tn al? tiieir Stages, , , :- At little Expanse; Littleor Bocluuige In Diet; No inconvenience: AND NO IXPtJtil'BE. . I Use TTEIAfBOLlS EXTBACT BCCHU for Excesses arising from habits indulged iu -. , BY YOUXG-A XD OLD, , i. (. - it. ' i 'ml : i . " ' And for diseases arUing from habits of diF3ipat ion It romoves all inipmper diprharges; and will restore Uw patient In a short time to a slate of health and puritv. , Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BI CHIT for disease slid aff.-clions of the most tlistretwinr rharaeter. i Use HEIJIBOLD S f 3TB ACT BUCHU for all auc tions and diseases of tho ' ' Urinary Organs. Wbether existing in " i ll'Tl T Male. oh female. .i,::f I Frora whatever cauf e originating and no matter of ' II0TY LOXG S7A XDIXO. ' ' - a . ti - : , . All tho above diseases and symptom admit of the same trout men t and may originate from the same cause. S .-i - READ! HEAD! ! HEAD! I ! . . . .... HELMBOLD'S BUBHU Is af and fileasant in taste and odor, but Immediate itrits action. Personally? appeared bofore uu an Alderman of the rity of PhiladeJpbiai H. T. HELMBOIl, Oiermr, wh, being duly sworn, does say that his preparation "ev"f tains no narcotic, mercury, ox, injurious duuga, buV iS purely vegetable. .- i if, H. T. n ELM HOLD. Solo Manufacturer. - Sworn and subscribod belure me, Uif 2S1 day of No vember, 1854.:- - I ; .:. WM. P. HTBB.ED. Aldermau. ; Price, fl per bottle, or eix tor $5, delivered to any address. -i . ' - .-- i : - - i ,Jd VXE THIXG. CEITAlX, A Trial Costi but a MlaMry it! And be convinced of its efficacy." Aud it is accompan ied by reliable and responsible ccrUUcatee from Profes sors of Medical Colleger, Clergynieti and others. Prepared by ,t - ", .. J Ut.-v,.. VT. 1 V TL T. HELifcoiJ), ,jir. .Practical and Analytical Chemist, i V; 5,104 South TvnlU street, bulow Chestnut, v-il; tVjPliiladclphia. f NECESSATtY eAtTION-Should onprtncipled Deal ers try to paint off another article,, which pays a better profit and is worthies, atk for Helmboid's, take no Other. , .-a-.- .. tvrj n--.il - .;"-.:. CT'RES G CA RAX TEED i '""-Ji 'I?'' " -.' 'txam t brown, : x- " 'Wholesale and Retail Agents, Nashville, 15011 by all DruggisU everywhere, ; i augS-dawly , . , -,-.." . i ' ' Spurious' 'American; Watches. ' We are credibly infornjed that some of the Jewelers of Kashrilleare selling coonterfeit and anitation Amer ican Watches, for the genumeartirle, manitfactureilat Waltham, Mass. ' ' ! . . ' lt!is hardly Bccrssafy to Ute that such Watches are Dcrfectly worthless as time-keepers; aad when bought. tar genuine are calculated to Injure the high reputation which oejrwatckes have atUiued We therefore can tion theVublic againsl buying our watchea from any person who cannot furnish a certificate of genuineness Ihr every watch offered for sale, betiing the number of ii wieh and the sumatare of the Treasurer of the- jtna:yj B- C84-bS' i al begj to rnrorm ttrteo who daal in the smirtous article, that kgal proceettuigs will be instituted against them,' upon any well aulhao-J ticatod iustance of their selling a counterfeit cjolarayl blAaBitaiion of any or our prouueu aner mm pi':. -4i"i. .iiu' ritj. t J .'-iffiif I For the American Watrh Ca. itiOu E0BBLTJ3 & APPLLI0S. AgiLltjti ag3Mwlm " XS2 BEOADWaY, KEW.rOES,,- - FRTJ 1T-JT ARS. If I AffAirrt v o . Tim fi-vr .1a t. I NASH X0.2SC i V- Vr f r. if?': . f i 1 ' t i : ySNnpany at ti. 4 ia , mi 'tAnaiFTor iiie ' " name and lorality of the O mpany t The tn-uranct; Cpnuny of iue State of Virpinia'' of Ki -ud IheaiaojaisrUCupiujSlik. 1 hree hundred Thuu.-itnd d.rilars ine amount ol said Capital Stork paid in Three hiimlr.t I laildiafl . th. The Assets of the Com pan including 1st, The amount of Cash on hand, an on hand, and in the nana.,., In Afreofc. ,aanl i ilT. - - - - - - - - . aid, Te Real Estate owned by the Comiany imincumbered Niie mcumbereit or unincumbered 'oPih ,W" bT nenipany and how they are secured, with the rale f-' ' tf ti1 01 tae Iaessee, bearing per cent, i I-'. VVw,IS-,'!g!reent. tuteret ,eccred by Mortgage no Heal 1 -w tun ru. mw.!!, ' ' i T V ." n....r i " l nunirea perevnr. more than - .?rmfi CaU inter', r it. i i - - ce"" nMre than ineanwunt kauied thereon. " a, ui niwf null from t net, Iv.ti.o ... .:n 1 . . . in . i u ve per cent, more Kee.nr.! Itrh IkJitufi.lw j - - - iruimms.... . - -i 7th, All other Secar Hies as fullows V -1-" Ianon Bills dicwated and Aotes received f. Premiums.. Interest accrued on linid .... ,. U0 2 xJ id. T n :r afh 12 f Y'11" auc lv due Bulks w -vm-ti AUU uue. . .. . ... lh j! ". . f and not due laXlaUlillSl.l nluinl i. n 2!1 ,,iKr "ims against iheCimnanv h" t. ?" "St """"at insured iu anv oue rtk viliagtllMtSl'on't h SV V" ? b" ,!rrukf ,he Ve" hUured'in al.V cit'v,' tVn"oV lih -n.rr ? ot ""'Paudtheclntracterof the boaumg. :.. . ,S?SeSr; f " - bloct-l-nds on the situanon and 14th The act ol incornortuion ui tlie I'.a,-.,..- i..-. .. - i " i T rr TT up VTWiirvTi ............ - ... This day personally rrv or lUcmiosD. i Hi..,m.u,H tun i , - , w ... tary, or too Insurance Company of the Stale of Virtrmia, Given under my hand this luiii duv of August, 1SW). ThU U to certify, that toe. Insurance Company c4 the State of Virginia located at Richmond? in the Mat of irginia, has compiled with all the requirements of the Code, on the suhn-ct ol Foreign lnsurinec Cunxirations tu swctions 149S to 1507 inclusive, as well as the Act of 24th March, 1SG0. Chapter 215, sJXm 70 wuZwTl de- with Oie-C-.nirolxer of twenty thonioul dolhirs of six per cent. B.os .A to state riii V. ,i J-x" NA" an', W" J" JLVKK ar,' U,e Uai' au,u"' 'Zctl A''hts of saia Ccmiian v in tlie citv of Nash ville, fctatew Teuuec. . J. T. l'l:LApa comptroller. ..Tha Subscribers Coniimic- to Issue and renew P.lieie and jv Iiosses for this reliable rompauv a.ig!-dw - - - -I- ' XASU k MARK, No. 2i College Street. ) PERRY DAVIS1 TECCTABLE ' ' 1 1 WE ASK THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO THIS LONG TErTUD AND U.M'dVALUJi ' ' VAKILT MIDICI E. ! i It lias b-eu favorably known for m.r th.ui tweuty years, di.ring which time we have received nni a.mm of t est iraonials, showing this .NJ.Micuie to be an alutuet NEVE a FalLING EEMtDY . rfi for diseases caused by or attended ufMiu ' " Saihicu Colds. Coughs. Fever and Ague, Ileuituehe. Bil liouti jM-ver, lwins ut the Side, Back" iud Loins, as well as m the Joint and Limbs; Neuralgia and Shea ma tic P. ins in any u.rt .t tue t-t.-iu. iut-thaeiie aim lams in the IL-a.l and Face. As a feiood Purifier d Tonic f"T he stomach, it scldmu laiis in cuie Iiys;K-pt.ia, Indgiviiu, layer Conilaiut, Acid Stwmach, IWrtUum. Kwluev Ct.iu plaints, Si. k Headache, l il.-s. Asthma, or l'lillii.-ie, Kiugworm.-:, Hoiis. Felotia, Whitlows, Old Sn!, Swelk-d Juiiils aiul tienerai lK-biiity it the System. It U also a prompt aud sure rcmed'y tor Cramp and Pdin in the Slomaeh, Painter's Coiic. Diannora, lus-eiiu-i v, Summer Complaint, Cholera Morbus. Cholera Infantum. Scalds, Burns, Spraius, Hi uis, s. Frost Biles, Chilblaius, as well as tbu Mings of Insects, Scorpions, Centipedes. and the liibvof Poisonous Iu-ecu ami Veu emous Iteitiles. fee Dixcctio is accompanying each Bottle. It has been tested iu' every varietv or climate, aud by almost every Nat ion known to Americans. It U the almost constant rmiaiiiiui and inestimable friend of me Mwsiouary and th li avelur on sea and land and no oue Ehoirid travel .oi.tir lakes and rivers without it. JTutii'-Q ta all dealing in or using the lAi. KlI.I.HIi. ITS great merit and unitreredented salo has caused wniie men to oilsr preparal ions of tiieir own make, in mutation ot tlie fain Killer some usii'g the name to sell their worthless stmt. Trv no erurrunents Ixit Ka sure and call tor Perry Davis' Pain Killer mid be sure that yon gel it, 'uu you ui always get a good Mi-dicm.e aud th worth of your money invested. Prices 25 cents, SOeenta "and $1 per boitle. Sdd by Medicine Ih-al-TS everywhere. J. X. HARRIS 4: Co., Proprietors for the South and West, Cua'iuuati, phio,to whom all orders u-ust le ad dressed. i . ' i . . . - sou Wholesale aud Retail bv W. W. Berrv IVmo ville, Ewiu, Pendleton & Co., Rains : Brown, all - otlter IiruggistaM Jahville. Tenn. ; S. MausBeld 4: Co., Mem phis. Tenn.; laiwant Wil ier A: C., Louisville, Ky.; J. Wright & Co., New 0rkns,lj.' aayu-dawly T- 1311. WKAVKU'S fauktr aud Salt liheuiu Sjrup, if Kill TDK CURE OF Canker, Salt Rheum, Eiysip,-las, Scrofulous Disi-asii, uUuieoiw Kruiuioiui, and every kind of dtsea.se aris ing front an impure i-uito of the blood. The most ef fective Blood imrilitT of the Nineteenth Century. '' READ THIS ROW IT ACTS. WHF.S disease has been long in the system the first . ll.itteruig syuiiitoius alter HkiiiL- the Svrup is that the humor increases ou the skid. ' This should not alarm you. it only khows that the disease is working out just the result we want to see; apply the Cera to and tl;e buiuorwilt heaj,a;i.i the disease witin dLsap)ears il lK-iu the productWa of a regularly educated physi cian who has given th ela.-anf a iBea!S his whole study and jwactice; it cau be relied on as the medicine de sired, and its good work accounts rr ltd immense sale. . ': i!r. iVtavtr's Ciratc, cr OintuitBt i- Has proved itself to b.? the lest Ointment ever tnveut ed, aud where once us.-d il has never been known to tan of effecting a permanent cure of Old Sres, Tetter aud RinJurut.SC4idJL-ad, Chilblains and Frost Hiuu, Barber's llcti, CUapiKnt or Cracked ILmiL-jOr lij, pim pUi or btotch-S ou the skin. Sore Kipplef. ic. Mother-s should not forget that it Is a nre specific for sore nipples. A suppiy snouM always be kepi on band. &3 atdd by Druirgitis g.meratlr. Price ot Svrup $1 per bottle: Cerate 25 Kins. . .J. X. ILVKiila'JC tlnelntiatl.Olilo. Prftprietors, For Southern and W.-st.iin St-ites, to wbotu all orders lor the above medicines may be addressed. Siild by W. W. Brry 4: Deino-viHe, and Ewin, Ten-, dk-ton & Co., Nashville, Teun., r. Mansfa-ld & Co., Memphis. Tenn. ; J. Wright t Co.'. Prtrtl fc Mead. New Orleans; Llward Wilder, Lontsvitie, Ky.; Jotsi D Park, Cincinnati, Ohio.- ' aut20-dawlv . , JDli. S. . JIICHAJIDSOX'S SILJUiV WJiVH BJT1S ' - - The Celelirated New England Remedy r- HaJjiluaX Contlifiatian, Jnundicr, Ffrrr and Ague. Gen eral Irtrili!y. and all IHiratrt arUing mm a VifinUreii .omach , Liirr or timer It, r' csedand recdiumencW by 'Idodiflg Physicians of the country, and au who try it pronounce It valuable. Or.Jank.-s L. Jeepre, wrn5 I ruin N-arHv Aark Co,, Ohio, '-the Bitters are highly praised" by those suf fering from indigestion, dyspiia aad liver complaint. . K. rt. Davis, Pustraastor at Wuuamsport; Ohio, says, ''liiey.givc great, saiisiaotion. I use them niyneif, having taken ctild. become prostrate and lost my api tite. It relieve.! me, aud I oan vocomuicnd it with great assurance ol its mjr its." - . , ; Dr, Wm. K Kerr, ol Rogers ville, Ind. ,'writts ns that they are the most valuable uieUicine ofTeBecii "Hi lias" recommendtHl them with great (roepese. and vrttji tboiit, tnade several cures of lalpitatiou ot the heart atnl rn eral debility. Tuomas iianford, Esq., Blountsville. Henry co., Ind., wrues as a i; 1vht, under dale of May 4. lsoO. tl. was ui"U'ch teduct.'Ujhavuig becu alDicted ior three year? wilb .rnul nervolliS ll.-lkltll V- lutlltill ion of the lle;ut of " - - - - j , . - -j - - ' fc the miMlsevereaudpiilialuii;taWa(?UT, "altenismg -f a few bottles 1 w as cuiuplutely restored, and am now iu robust health." ... . : I Oeorg W. UolTiuan iiays ho was afflicted with rheu- mavisn tor4wenty f narsria aU-iM-vaXJous torm ana kt triAdaojriia lettol1 h had beeu two years well, the Bitters effecting the cure, when several ysicians attending him could ilo him no good. He says, ' lor Rheumatism, dysN.'psia, liver complaint, kidney affec tktn, or-dnopsey, t is sutiu-, w.rtain remedy." And v.w i. ic ihn nuM rVom u'i bn:irter!r of the counlrv. is is sold bv most dealer iu medicine jrix: Jiifhciai per 4otlie. J- N. HARRIS A Cincinnati. Ohio, Proprietor fcr the Southern and W5t- I - - v - em ttMS, Uk whom addrese all orders. For sale Wholesale and Retail by W. IV. Berry & De nwville; Kwin, Pendleton & Co. , Rains & Brown, Nash ville, Tenn; S. Mansfield & Co., Memphis, Tenn. ; J." Wright a: Co. and erovti Means, JVew Urleaus; i. D. Park, Cincinnati, OhioJilward WUler, Louisville;' Ky. , ,.4 v . ;an20-dwly . FRAN CISCO, Modeler of ; Fasliions,- . :AND DEALEB IN ilATSl. CAFSiND LADIES?Jurt - Tf o. 23 Pa bile square, "iVAklVltlfE, TENXKSSEIw. H ... " '" . ' ' ' 'TUe i CUliicscnat. 'i aV -i I "i fe-v j It -.1.1 Jill -5A f. j. j 'I el fi 1 U put mi A KTW style", direct Importation from Canton, got op expressly for the hat weather, at the Fashion vcw uwv ss .iiaji i s uo r onuiw ofj i-e:, FR-v'ciscrf-s;. . No. 23 Public Snuaref- able Hat KwporKun Of ji 7.-Children's -Fancy Gooii 5hO rj CTNfKo-flf-aU thaCiaU'St styles for Borg, ChU trenlulauts and litUe Misses, to which tbeattcp tianjof the ladies b jjarlidularly tesj-veuid. ' t; f-w j ff- fit f f - J A-J. ltA-NCI-t, ttaut. mi t nrijr i xqp : qitare, Nashville. .miy 111 it ci Mwr.itui t T i ' It! t; Tlie Japaue.se. Hat. NEW style of Soft Tl it , wctghln only one ounce, XI lust recut red this oar ty exir. a me minima- 1 ble Hat Emporium of . -. FRANClsCO S, & MAR R h SGI! (STREET. .UUbL iVailiTille, Teunessee J7RANCE COMPANY OF THE STATE OF YTRGIXIA.I - Rjciukwo, JCXT 1, lSDOf -omplr with the-laws ofJhcStnte of Tennessee which i ' Kit hiuond. ,.$300,000 00 .rxw.ooo 00 Si' baads of Agents and other persou. 4 T- v - "V" -4 zjS.' -v .'vi' jv.-- .-trj" - - . - - ... - - .. - - .... - - - ..... - - .. - . WW . $490 23 . interestoat..SlS2i. 9 ' - "'mil the amount loaned thermo . 101.250 00 Migage, on Real Kstate wVh . 114,700 00 .. -w ..... f"i than the autouut luuiui therein 21 .733 00 ...noce. , -.. .Bene. ' -.1,459 SS ..69.438 02 .. 6M7 iti ei.rsa 00 327 ,046 49 None. None. . . Nme. fdoi ...... None. ..... .None. or other Creditors .$10.0u0. w ruivuiiri lulling w. uaxall, rres:d.t O. f. BEESlX, hcjetarj. appeared before me, a Notarv Public, for the Citv of ivn u ... u.uau. rimun and made oath that tne - . 5 HAS ALL, President, and O. F. BRLt-LE, -cre- i . nun Fi.ikmtnt is correct. - 3L. API LlijN, N. P. STATE OF TENNESSEE, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE! Life Pills aud Phacaix Biers. 1"HESE MEDIQNES have'now been before the ib lio tor a period of THIRTY YEARS, and dwru.g tliat time have uiaiutained a high character in almost every part of tlio ulobe, lur tu-ir extraordinary and imm.Miuue nowerof reshM-iiiii i-ri-.: l.-.iih m sulfering ander nearly ersry kind disease to which the human frame Is liable. The following are among the distressing varietv ot human diseases in which tiie L iVesetalle-lJfev31tdTcines Are known to on infallible. DYSPASIA, y thoroughly cleajtuig the first and S.-.-OUU .louiacus. aud creating a llow ot pure, healthy b:l-". inst,a ot the ttale aud acrid kind; FLATU LENCY, lw or AiTKTrrK. HivErui m, ltu.t-uc, K.-.TLIS&.M. Ill-Tehhkr, Aaxibtt, Lanct oB aud ML AXCHOU.Y, whii-h are the geuurai symptoms ot fivsH.p sia, will vanish, as a natural ronsequenreei Ms cure. CSllVi.ii.S3, by cleansing the whole k-nglh of tho uuiiues witu a solvaut nM. and without vio-l.-nce; all violent purges leave the bowels costive with in I wo days. YEVEdS "f all kinds, by restortog the blood to a rcguiar mculation, through, (be proCMatot respiraiKiu in such cases, and the thorough solution Of all mlesiinal obstructiou in others. ' -. j . . . Tb.- Like Mtoioi liavelus knows Wcnre B.HETJ BlATXSil irnuuienuy iu three and GOUT in aad tuai lime, by removing .cal intlammatHu tioni the musc.es and ligimom ot ihejomta. DitQrSLES ol all kinds, by tretuig and Strengthen ing lue kiuiu ys aud biadaer; lh y operate tutot de lightfully on these iminrtaut organs, and hence have ever been found a certain remedy tor the worst rascsoi G-RAVEL, Ai?o, VyQiMS, hy dislodging from tho turnings ol the boweus tne sumy matter to which these crealures adhere. feCUSVY, ULCESS & 1 VLTE ATE S0HIS, y Ijj ju K- ct t'uiny wuicu lui- UlL aiLtt.i.i f"i 11' bl Qo.1. n.i ait the Inunors. SOEBUTaC ERUPTION a and BAD COMTlX l"Sj,uy uivu a.ittiveaneci uja.n thetlui.ls thatteed Hie skin, and the morbid state of which eccasmns all eruptive Cuinplaints, eahew, cloudy, and ctlier disa greeable complexions. The use ot lUese Pills for a very short time will effect an entire cure ot t ALT KHl UM. and a strikmg im provement in the c. ,t. ness ol ine skin. COJlJaON C0i.lS ana IiiPi-UEAZA win always be cured by oue .lose, or by Ian iu uie nuret cases. PlLES,'the oi iguial prupru tor of these Medicmes cm e.i ot Piles ol 3a yea: s 6t,iudmg by the use of the LIFF. METHONLS atone. :- . - FEVEd AAD AGUE. For this scourge of tha Wt.-ieiu cuunit y , these aieuiciues wid be found a safe, sjieeuy and cei lam remedy, other mediciues ka e tint system subject lo a return of the disease a curv try these Medicines is pornuut.nl THY 'llitM, BE SATIS FIED AND UK Cl'KED. BI-10U8 FtVi!.iiS&; LIVER COMPLAINTS. UkAUut kuiun, 1uk uk -i-fkTilk, ana t'lcAaUt ur F KM ales the Medicmes have beuu used with the most b.'UeUcial results meases of this description: kl.vu ' Evil uud Schofvla, in Hi worst f.iniis, yields to the mild yet powcrlul action ol lhte rtnui kabie Medicuiea. Night S saTs, Ntavot s Lewutv, NKhVot s Coaruuvni. of all kin. Is, PALrrraxKUt of tuk Hiukt. Pjuxtcrm' Coua are speed Uy cured. " Mondial. a. i. DISEASES. Persons whose con sul uliousuave become imjiueu by lue uuu.iichhis use of Mercury, will and these Medicine a er!ecl cure, aa they never fail to e radicate from the system, all Ihe ef fect a of MeroMi y . iuiiuiiely jor.rr tliau the m.tt pow erful preparalKius oj .rs:i;ri:ia. Prepared aud sold by W. li. 3IOFFAT, 3o5 Bkoahwat, New Yoke. i r Ju!t1S-I1 4 yi o.iya U4 nfdiiu.infil Iy $ i i li w v - - j MOTT'S fait' MM v. i An aperient aad stomachic preparation of IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com bustion!! Hydrogen, of high, medical author, ity and extraordiaary efneacy in each of tha followin-j complain ia, viz.: BEBLLirr. NERVOUS ATFECTIOSS, rM. CTATION.t DYSPEPSIA DiARRHEA. C0NSTL. j?4TI0N. .OEOFTJIA, SALT RHEUM, SCURVY, 1 a mrTtTlTR. T.T VTJL CAM PT. A TT.'TS PWTTJM A . TTS5T, MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, TITTER, MiriLKT FEVESS, NEURALGIA CHRONIC 'itEAD ACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS, K1S- MEX.STRUATI0N. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, ef., PlilPLES -ON THE FACE, EOUGHSESS 0? THE SKIN, eti The JRO heinf? absorbed by tho blood, asd thus circulati-fig through tho whole system, no part of tho body can escape their truly wondtr. ful influence. The experience of thousands daily proves that no preparation of Iron can for a moment bo conmared with it. Impurities of the blood, de prasaloa offvital.'ert3ry, fal and otherwise si-feompliziotss radieata its nrcessity ia al most every conceivable case. vIa all cases of female debility (fluor alhus, chlorosis, etc.), its effects are delxg htfu?ly renovating. Ns remedy has ever "been discover "ed, in the whole history of msdioine. which exerts such prompt, happy, and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com plsto tligwtiaa; Tspid acquisition of strentrrtii, wit tn unusual disposition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its ttsa. As a errand stomachic and ereneral rertorativ 1 it has no superior and no substitute. Put an In neas Hat rneima mmn SO pill, prtrc SO ets l""r tx tx b' M SO? enV uexea boJtea. OO. For ale t y any aJdrr om recetp ff e JV A" anient, ambajMwnuu, R.B. LOCKE & CO.,' i i lj General Agents. " 339 IIIIOAUWAV, N V. N.TU Tha atowa Is r tist taJn.t on each box. -j-dc2i-dtnw-rwly ''' "'A: 1 - . r Important to Ilouse-keepcrSe 'l l UDUllKEE A CO.'S SELECT SPICES; Guaranteed not ouly ABSOLUTELY AJT PERFECTLY PrR, batgrouod from frees S.oces, selected and cleaned by ns exprly for the purpose, without reference o cestOThay wrr oeautMv'ly packed la ua-toil, flined wM-lper.f treat Injury by keeping and are full wfight.wbila the ordinary Sp.eea ars almost invariably snort. We warrant them ia point of strength ait riebuesa of flavor, V : . BEYOND ALL COMPARISON, m a single trial will abundantly prers. llanulactured ouiy by ..!-., K. R. rCSKEE A CO. febift-dawtr 5 ll lritet. New Tort ' ...T r CUapeau : Gaarabaldi. AXF5v"styleW Soft Hat, "of entirely tsewdesLpi, Just received by express. 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