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MORGAN & COi,
NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Embracing a great variety of New Article., Style.,
which they re prepared to offer to the Retail
Trail e, on termi that cannot be otherwise than satis
factory to purchaser.
w?j?TW Purch a Urge qaantity of
WOOL, for which the highest market priLe in cash
will be paid. fb28-iriw4wl
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STORE.
WM. S. EAKIN & CO.
North west corner Public Square,
Special Bargains for Cash or fur abort time
prompt paper. inatl-dawtf
1 u O V A Ia.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Li. tt. Al T. I. FITE,
HAVE removed to No. 8, Hicks' Building, North
side Public Square, and base received their
SPRING STOCK OF
To which they iuvite the attention of Merchants bu y
ing m this marked marl-ly
EVANS & CO.,
WUOLSSALK DKALKR8 IS
Foreign and Domestic
Varieties and Clothing
Boots,Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, &c.
Ho.l Nashville Inn Block.
HE now in receiptor their SPRING STOCK, to
a. -a- wuku m7 iotiw uw attention 01 the trade.
I860. I860. 1860.
IV E XV
GABDMR & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Vorcign and Domestic
iets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn Block,
TE are now in receipt of our very large atotk of
Sl'KINU A.NU SUMMER
R D (D DD ,
Which comprises all the new styles of importations,
with much ears in their selection, and we are deter
mined to oner ear customers and tne trade gener
ally , our goods at prices that will challenge compe
tition with any market in the United States. We in-
viti- the trade to give our stoek a close and early ex
GARDNER Jb CO.
New Spring Goods,
Allison Anderson & Co
Wholesale Dealer lit
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 41 Public Square,
E are now in receipt of our Spring Goods, and
desire to invite the attention of oar iriends
and the trade generally to an examination of ear
usual large, handsome and select stock, which we
Oder o acommodating terms.
ALLISON, ANDERSON k CO.,
a.W. SOCTB WeRTB,
GEO. H. THATBK,
DOUGLAS & CO ,
(Dealers at Wholesale in
Foreign and Domestic)
flothicg, Carpets, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Btnnets, Umbrellas, &e.,
No. 13 Public Square and No. 59 North Market st.
Nashville, 'I ennessee.
1"t Tt invite the attention ef Merchants to an ax-
V V tensive and brilliant Stock of Goods Bow opened
and arrangad for the Spring Trade
We solicit the patronage of Dealers, feeling assured
that we were never belter prepared to serve their
interest, as regards magnitude of stuck, beauty of
styles and liberality o r terms, w. acknowledge no
superior ability in any city or the I n ion.
mirl-Jru DOl'ULAS k CO.
Thompson & Co.
T)EG leave to call the attention of their friends and
JJ customers to the Quest assortment of
ever bright to this mirket. Consisting of
UN EN DEM ASK,
And in fact, everything coming under the head of
Hiey have also Just received an extensive assort
Carpets and tarpet Rugs.
CALL AND SEE TIIE3I.
18 6 0.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
TWK are ew i
n receipt of a complete stock of
S Garden Seeds, or the gros la of
IMS), including ail
sae different varieties 01
Pepper, Pepper Grass,
Rhubarb, - Egg Plant, .
Kohl Rabbi, Asparagus,
Blue Crass, TUaotbv Clover, Herds Grass, Millet,
and all other kinds of Field Seed on hand during ta.
ixMiatry aat .applied with Garden Seed cm
teas If aNI, BROWN CO.
R. C. M'NAIRY 1 CO.
CATALOGUE IN PART
Oar CaUlogae refers bat partially to the GOODS
(kept by as) in their respective departments.
To our friends and patrons we beg to say, that our
stock will be equal, if not superior to any we have
heretofore offered ; and we most respectfully invite
an examination of it, assuring all who may favor ns
with a call, that they will find our prices uniformly
low, and oar terms most liberal, allowing a hand
some DISCOUNT for all cash bills. We are now re
ceiving our st ck daily.
S I L K S,
D BESS GOODS,
Black Italian Silks, all widths.
Gros DeRhines Lyons, every width and quality.
Lyons Gros D'Naps.bl'k and col'd.
Black Taffetas .medium and heavy.
Black Araiure Reyale.
Rich Poult De 8uie.
Rich Poult De Soie, Bayadere and Plain.
Gros DeParis,fnIl boiled.
Rich Cbene, extra rich.
Rich Robes, fo to tea volants.
Black reive, Lyons.
Black Satin. ,
White Silk Serges and Oil Silks
Black and colored Challies. '
Poplins, Bayadere, Cbene and Breche.
Crapes, English and Italian, all colors.
Oriental Bareges and Tissues.
Grenadines and Leons Cloths.
DeLaines, Plaid and Printed.
Delaines, rich c bints colors
Merinos, bl'k, white snd col'd.
Alpaccas.bl'k, col'd and Brocade.
Black Bombazines, W.nter and Summer fabric..
Moreens for Skirts.
Grass Cloth for Skirts.
Clan Tartan Plaide, Scott h
llibbous aud Trimmings
French Bonnet Ribbons, every style.
rarisSash Ribb.LS, elegant.
Velvet Ribbons, full selvages.
Full Mourning Ribbous.
Fringes for Mantillas aud Dresees.
Ladies' Promenade Suits
We open this day a second Iavoice of full
Suits for Ladies. Made up.
la this department will be found a very
large and well selected stock of
Black Silk Mantillas.
Black Lace Mantillas.
Black Lace Points.
Handsome Grenadine Shawls.
Handsome Grenadine Scarfs.
Men's & Boys' Furnishing Goods
In tbic department may be found every kind
and qnality of goods necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outGt, consisting in part of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEBES AND VESTLNGS.
To be made np
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
All sizes and qualities.
Kid. Silk and Lisle.
Every size and price.
Silk, Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs.
Suspenders, Cravats and Ties.
Underwear of every variety.
Consisting of a large Stock of Irish Linens of good
width, and manufactured exprestly for
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
Also. HIIow Linen . Linen Sheeting. Table Damask,
Table Cloths, all sixes. A complete assortment of
Towel , Napkins, and Doilies, all sixes and prices.
Cotton and Linen Diapers. White and Colored
Jaconet te Cambric, Swiss.
Linen " Fr. and Figured Swiss.
Jaconei Muslin. While and Colored Tarleton.
Franc " Bishop Lawn.
Book " Linen
Naiaai ek " India Dimity.
Mall " Corded "
This is quite a feature in oar store.' Upon this
Counter are sold a great many goods at lees than
half their cost. All past styles of any goods are
sacrificed bee, as well as many other very desira
It. C. MeNairy & Co.
Coal Oil! Coal Oil! I
J. R. FIN LAY CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil.
Manufactured In Louis, Mo. ,
' f HIS Oil Is almost colorless clear as the poms
X Spring Water deorderised does not cross in
wick or smoke the chimney the best OH maeila
the East or West, ard took the first premium a sbo
last tit. Loois Fair. One trial is all K see is So o
eommend it togeteral asc. We have received at
supply of this superior Oil, which we are oSertaw le
the trade by the bvvrel only at aanafactorera' aaico.
- iuui., nuuraa ac w.,
ayrll-tf aao Mos. and S Market at '
Coal Oil Lamps.
wHh the ceetbi ated Collins Burner, for sale by
feb2a-tf -; KAIHH, feUtuWN Jb Co.
A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
. M.O WEIinAIVS
I T . ' '--
npHISenormoa quantity .'thistavaluable Reme
J. dy has beetipurchasedbycitiaensof the United.
Statesduringtheshorttimelthas been before the
public. The reason for thisoxtraordinary snccessis
simply in ths actnaltrntb and value of the article.
No one buys tie MAGNETIC FLATTER without be
coming its friend . It performs all that is promised,
and earrie. with it its own recommendation . Truly
this is a victory peacef aland bloodless bat we be
lieve not less glorious than tbetriumpbs of war, with
itat'-ainot caroageend desolaUoa - -
. The MAGNETIC PLASTER is undoubtedly ths
Greatest Strengtbener and Pain Destroyer that Sci
once na yet discovered. IfyoupntthisPiasterany
wuere, if Paint, there, the Platter will stick there
uBtiltbePainbafranisbed . TaePlasteimagnetixet
he Pain away , and ' ",'
Rheamatiem , Lameness .Stiffness .Weakness ,De
oility .Nervousness , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia , Cough
and Colds, Pains and Aches of every kind, downeve
to Corns ,are I M MEDIATELY REUEVED.and , with
ttle patience, PERMANENTLY CURED ,by the mag
calmfluence of the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is the
edyin existence. Itaappiicatienisanlversal equal
ly toinestrong man, tne aencaie womaa, anoint
feebleinfant. To eachand alHt willprove a Bala
andaBIessing. Its nseisagreeableind without an
aoyanceor trouble .Its price i s within reach of all
rich or poor;allmay haveit, and allshooldhaveit
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sop
plied with the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be thf
GoodPbysiciania any household .ready stall lutes
and at instant notice.
Patoplnair-tigbuin boxes. Each box wii.makt
six to eiicht plasters tnd any child can spread them
Pri;e2i-ieutsa box.withfull andplain tirections.
1, C. NOUF.IIEADa BI . D,,
Intntorand Propriet r,19 Walker tlrttt, Sew Tori
MOREHEAD'SMAGNETIC PLASTER IS SOLD B
ALL DKL'UGISTS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE
j uly 29-deodaweow ly m
HOW LOST, HOW HEhTOX
Jtut Published, in a Sealed Envelope.
ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND SADICt
CUKE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Semij.l
Weaknea, Sexual Debility, Nervousness aud Iuvol
nntary Emissions, iuduciug Impotency and Mental
and Physical Incapacity.
Br ROB. J. CCLYERWELL, M. D.,
Author of"Ie Green Book," etc.,
The world-renowned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves Irom his own experience that
awful consequences oT self abuse may be effectually
removed without Medicine and without dangerous
Surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or
eordials; pointing out a mode of cure at tnce certain
and efleotual.by which every sufferer.no matter
what bis condition may be, may cure himself cheap,
ly, privately and radically. This Lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousauds .
Seut under seal to any address, pott paid, on the
receipt of two postage stamps, by aodrcssiug Dr.
CH. J. C.KLINE.M.D.,480 First Avenue.New York,
Post Box, 4566. aprfi-dawly
CLARK, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
C LARK &. FUL LEU'S
To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cocoanat
!1 College Street, OppoMte Sewanee Dense.
Prince Imperial Champagne.
from A FPFR1Y.
Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout
THIS One brand of Champagne, which until the
past year was confined exclusively to the best ta
bles of the Continent of Europe, has now obtained
the most unbounded success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by some ef the first
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on account of its extreme purity and delica
cy, and those who once try it rarely use aDy other
brand. Although only one year has elapsed since
its introduction into this country, the demand ie
enormous, and constantly increasing. Our arrange
ments are such as to ensure the quality of the Wine
being maintained at its present high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by as, we being
the sole Agents or Messrs. Dk Vxxoot k Co., in this
country. E. V. IIAUUHWOCT t CO.
Nos.4S8,490aud 492 Broadway , New York.
Sold it Nashville by M. E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church and College sts.
jons 11. akDKRsaa
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.,
No. 50 College street,
Oats! Oats! -
1 n C ( BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oats, just received
IUUU and for sale by
mar2-tf CHURCH ANDERSON Jt CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
WE have on band a large quantity ef the best
Hungarian Grant Seed, whicn we are selling
low. CHURCH ANDERSON CO.
Wj E have just received a large lot of TAR, and
VV are offering it at the lowest ngur.
ma29-tf CHl'KCU ANDERSON k CO.
Whisky! Whisky! Whisky!
WE have in store a large quantity of the best of
all kinds of the purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give as a passing call.
mar2-tr CHURCH ANDERSON Jt CO.
YOU can And , at all times, st onr store, all kinds
of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coffee, Molasses,
Svrups, Ae., Ac, Ac.
mar29-tr CHURCH ANDERSON Jc CO.
PURE TABLE WINES.
E. LAMBERT & CO..
53 Clierry at., . 53 Cnerry st.,'
EG to call the atteution of their friends and of
the publta to the lact that they have for sale
Wines nncquallrd. in fineness and parity;
A larger Variety than ean be found any
A Tarietyof fine Vines that ean be found
nowhere else, at priees that defy compe
tition. As wc deal only In Wines we are DETER
MINED to undersell all others in the trade.
Parties desiring to purchase willconsult their
interest by giving as a call and COMPARE
oar Wines and Prices before purchasing else
where. E?erf article Imported and sold by is war
N. B. For list of Wines call and ; get a
circular, sent free by mail. ,
E. LAMBERT & CO., -Office
and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry st.'".'
icRv iciiu icisiu ; v
WE have opened oar lee Depot In the rear of
the State Bank, and will sell as cheap as any
in the market that is as good. ' Our ice is from Para,
diso Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and Blade
exclusively of the best Spring Water ia the StaU.f roos
four to eight inches thick. We wUl open a depot on
South Cherry street a iC McCrary's grocery store
about he IV- of x
aarlS-ti B K. J. GARRET f
Tobacco . Sale .Days ?
5 - '"AT"
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE, ' s
On Hwidaym, W.daadays Ad Fridays,
AT TKX O'CLOCK A. M. - - -jBjThis
arraagwBMai ia aaade for the paropoeeof
fcdUi accoaiaodatiag buyers and planters, and I hop.
will be tatiafactery. .
marl7-4f 4 .HAMII.TOM
; 1.8 6 0..
SPRINGS T0C K!
. No. 42 College street. r; -I
S ASII VILLjE, TENNESSEE,
OCLD call attention to bis large and hand
some stock f 1
Boots and Shoes, .
Of every description and Uy le; selected with great
car. Irom the beet makers, all made of the best ma
terial, and workmanship unsurpassed.
The variety and quality of my Stock Is such' that
the taste or all can be suited, and I am prepared to
offer them at the most satisfactory prices.
For, lie nil em en'. .
' ?': T ' - - " ' - '
Super French Cair Pump and Stitched Boots;
Congress Gaiters of Frer-cb Calf, Morocco, Patent
Leather, Calf , Kid , Lastinr and Cloth.
Oxford, of French Calf, Lasting, Calf, Kid and Mo
rocco; Walking Dress Shoes of every description, &c, &C
French Lasting, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
Buskins and Slippers;
French and English Kid Congress and Lace Boots.
Misses and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress and Lace Gaiters, Slip
pers, fcc, Ac , Ax. ,
Boys and Youth's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters of every style, both for
dress and service.
My supply of Pegged Work, for Men. Women and
Children, is very large; and will be sold at the low
est price. JOHN RAMAUE,
mar3i-tf 42 College St.
SPR.NO STOCK f
A. V. RUTLAND,
No. 30 Union atreet,
(dUOCESSOIt TO J. B. A A. V. KCTLAJfD,)
IS now receiving one of the most complete assort
ments of BOOTS ANT SHOES ever brought to
this market, which bss been selected with greatrare
Irom the bbjt Manufacturers, expressly for the Re
tail Trade, comprising in part as follows:
For tUc laiiQlcs.
Ladies black an r brown French Lasting Congress
Gaiters, with hnuls;
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced G Iters, heel
and no heels;
Ladies black aud brown Buttoued Lusting Gaiters;
heels aud no heels;
Ladies Glove Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Bootees, with and without
Ladies Extra Fire Kid Slippers, bcel and no heels
Ladies Extra Fine Eng. Kid Slippers, with heels
Ladies white Kid and Satin Slippers, heel and no
ladies Velvet Slippers; Fnglish Lasting Slippers; Kid
Buskins aud Toilet Slippers.
Gentlemen's Super French Calf Pump Boots, best
Super French Calf Stitched Boots, best styles;
j uper French Calf rump Congress Gaiters;
Glove Kid aud I. L. Cougres Gaiters;
Calf Pump aud Stitched Oxford Ties;
Buckskin Congress Gaiter.
Buy '8, Muses aud Children's Shoes ol all kinds and
Servant's uocg of every kind
All of which we will sell very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. 30 Union street.
ntar2rt-tf A. V. RUTLAND.
1S60 Spring Supplies. 1SC0
Blackman & Gillespie,
. DEALERS IX
Wools aiitl Slices,
COIi. SQUARE A.M JUUKET ST.,
ITAVEjust received their large and elegant as-
XX sortment of Spriug Goods, sonsist lug ol every
variety aud sty lo of - -
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(among which are mauy nrticlcs that, lor elegance
ef design aud beauty of uuisii,cannot be surpassed
by any in the market ,)
TRUNKS, VALISES, BONNET COZES Ac
all of which are offered on the most favorable terms.
The public are invited to call and examine this
slock. m arzi-ara
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK of
Carpet Bags, &c.
"VCRitock this Spring is very large and beautiful,
KJ and gotten op with the greatest care, as to the
latest and best style, by the best manuDtcturers.
We are well prepared to furuish
1U1L UOAft SHOES,
Ail in want or SHOES will do well to call on as as we
will sell them at LOW PRICES.
FARRAR, DISMUKES CO.,
' marlO-Su No. 45 College Street, Nashville.
- H Minute
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As Improved for 1859. ,
WfTHST4MFB0lB03C0VEK8AXI BOTTOMS TlMBD.
THE only Freeser known which is constructed on
true Scientific principles.
The Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
less ice and less labor than any other, being at the
same time the most durablo in structure, aud most
certain in its ouerations.
Sole Agent Tor the United SUtes. - -
. E. KETCH AM k CO.,
Manufacturers of Japanned and
Planished Tin Ware,
febis-sm 289 Pearl street, New York.
J. C. HARVEY & CO.,
NO. 34 UNION STREET,
ARE selling 80 per cent lower for cash than any
nous in Nashville. We have on haud the very
best rrencb and English Goods, consisting of
CLOTHS, CASSptERES AMD VESTINGS, which we
will make np in the most fashionable style, and war-
raut tu all-cases to nt and give eausiaciion or no Baie.
. . J.UJUKVt.t SU".
Also, on hand a large assortment of Gent's Fur
nisbing Goods which we ill sail -tow.
apr7-lm . J. C. HARVET k CO.
Tbe Barlholf Sewing Machines
A RE warranted for four years; by a responsible
Company, No. as, college street, opposite
f .ECEIVED a supply or Umbrella, of Silk, Alpac
Xt ca,Giogham and plain Cotton some extra large
and and oitiers small ror summer use
apra-tf J.H. McGILL."
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Gause Silk, Gause Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconet and cotton, receive! and lor
sale by - J. H. McGILL.
apro-if,. ; , . J '
rpANNER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
J. L!nteed Oil. lor sale at .
febfci-tf - RAINS BROWN CO.'S
Fresh Corn Meal. (
THE subscriber baa made arrangements wHh one
of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family Meal, and is now
receiving 8000 bushels which be offers to the CUy
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage
A. JEN"K!NS, 4
my!2 15 Marketi..' eel.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
D KIRKPATR1CK SONS, No. 31 Sotrra Taisn
Srosvr, between Market and Chestnut Street.,
Philadelphia, have for sale ' - .
. DRY SALTED SPASISII niDIS, '
Dry and Green Salted Patna KIps.Taaner'sOil.Taa
ner'sand Currier's Tool, at the lowest prices, aud
upon tbe best terms.
49-All kinds of Leather la the rough wan led,! or
which the highest market price will be givea ia
cash or taken I a exchange for bide. Leavner.lored
free of charge and sold on commission.
sepU Srndw - .
The Inrisible Hearing Apparatus
DK. DAVIS, Oculist and Aartst, 127 Carondeletst.,
New Orleans, La., has a newly-Invented Instru
ment, for extreme case., of Doafuess. With Us aa
sistance a person is enabled to bear with the great
est sssn tu enjoy ordinary conversation and to bear
at public assemblies. It rests completely within the
Ear and cam b. wore witltoet the alUrhlestineonve
nience. One object of this instrument is to keep the
orgaa ia a constant state of activity, and by ao do
ing, in time to enable a person to disptiuse with Urn
use. Call and exajntna or aud for a circular.
. aprl-8ai . . . . . . , ,
(LATE OF KNOXTTLLK.TENN.,)
TEXDERShisprofessMnaleervtcecto the citizens
of Nashville and vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in the practice of his Profession in all its
branchesfor tbe last sixteen years.and hopes by
strictattentionto beablcto render satisfactioii to all
who mav favor him with acalL. k
i Office No. 42i Cherrvstreet.near Capt. Stockell's
new residence. Eesidcncel'carlstreetSouth Nash
villa. i - -"" apr2o-dtf
- DR. JOHN W. MORTON, -Kesidence,Cor-
College and Watkins' Avenue
; ,ftv'J - (voaaamir uk.kxt, - - ' '
' Office No. G3 North Cberry Street. '
' JanST tf- ''" - ''.
K. t. ITTBS.
CSV. W. HITrBIKO
LYLES & HITCHING S,
no. 33 teasr irei,
WILL at all times buy Negroes suitable for tbe
New Orleans market. All persons having Ne
groes to sell will please give as a call.
julySl-tf LYLES & HITCHING3.
Shelton's Marble Works !
Churchstreet,oextdoor to Cornelius'sCabinet-f hi
XVasltTille, Teun, .
ri HEundersigneuwouldinform hisfriend s
X andthe publicgenerally thathe willcon -inuethe
MARBLEBUS1NESS In tbiscity .at
hisjhop, next door to Cornelius'! Cabiutt-
hop,onChurcbStreettna eaiisatention to
he stock of
Marble Jlonameuts, Tomb., etc.
Thichhe hasonexhibitiouand for sale, embracing
treat variety , finished in tbe most superb manner
He is prepared to manufactureon the shortest notice
Marble JTIantela; and every description o
flarble Vorb:,oltho Ouest American and lial
an Marble. 11 is work will, as heretofore, be war
anted ,an d bispricette suitthetinies
an9 tl M.L. SHELTON
WHOLESALE DRV GOODS.
Ilatt, Bot Sf Shoe, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queenstcare, t-c, &c
E. TUABUE & W. 0. LUCAS.
No. 73 Public Square.
E will sell every description of Winter Goods
at low figures to close out as near as noKsible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa
per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
making their purchases in this market, that our ttock
will be large aud attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters for
good bargains for cash and short, prompt paper.
jaulS tl TRABUE k LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS 1XD DEALERS.
rr 'HE subscribers have oened a large and exten
X sive house for the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUsINi SS AND G ENtKAL AGENCY , wilh
arrangemeuts for the constant reception of all kinds
ol Gouds, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in
the various departments of Trade.
it is with coufideuceand pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing slock, as the larger portion
or our consignments are from manulaclurert, Jtrjf
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Ordeis faithfully attended te when accnniauied by
the cash. ' BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.,
Central Stores, No. 7 nd 29 College Bt.,
feb8-tf Nashville, Tenn.
Go IT'S Patent Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation Use,
MA K ES all k iuda of Hosiery , Tippets , Un dcrslea v es
and many other articles ol wearing apparel,
from Woolen, Cotton aud Silk Yaru. Everv Family
and Planter shuuid hut e one.
H. C. IJiA, General Agent,
675 Broad v ay, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. rnarl3-d3m
Ties, Stocks and Cravats
IjYERY variety or these tmicl.-g received aud for
-a- - mis yj . i . uuuii.i,
npr5-tf Cherry &tret, one door from Union
Fresh Ohio Corn Meal.
rUST received and fur sale by
BEVJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.,
naylO Central Roouir, 27 College Htreet.
N invoice of B:ack Eagle, Aligator aud Oakland,
JLA. suitable lor small (amnios, just received aud for
Sale Dy BE.J. t . SHIKLDS S CO.,
miyl7' Central Rooms, College st.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
MOST COXTESIEST ARTIFICIAL UCnT
IN THE WORLD!!
rlHIbGASis generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
L for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the aame
style as the ordinary gas fixtures.
a Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Street, where tho light can be seen at auy
time. THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
ALL persons desiring a si i-kmiof. article of Coa
entirely free from Slatx or Cixdkr and making
oniy kvkx per cent, asnes, snould send an order to
the .tua Coal Yard, where they can obtain the most
economical Coal in tbe city at tbe following low pri
ces : - ,
Large Selected Lump', 21 cents per Bushel:
Screened or Round, .! .
Blacksmith's or Fiue, 15 "
Orders can be left in Box 94, P. O., or at the Yard
back of the N. k C. K. R. Depot.
dec22-tf SAML. J AG NEW.
M. A. FAREISH & CO.;
Froutine on College aud market at..,
South of ilroad,
100 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Horse Hay.
SOO0 bushels Shelled Corn;
100 , Seed
600 ' " Ear. . .
' 100 bales Oats;
100 " Straw.
. - " SHINGLES.
600 bundle. Prime Shingles;
25,000 Wagon Spokes.
s- 1000 bushels Pennsylvania Oats.
100 bushoU Family Meal.
60 barrels Northern Potatoes.
Tbe above article, are on consignment and will be
old cheap to close.
mar27-tf M. A. PARRLSH 0.
Rft Bcles Hungarian Grass just received and for
fJJ sale by
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. 69 Harket Str
WE have now on band a full and complete as
sortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ax.
which we oiler at the very lowest prices: .
ire alar Saw Kills, double and single ;
: Male's Cider Kill and Corn Sneller: -:
Sinclair's Straw Cutter r;
Wheat Drills; .
Miller's Steel Flows;
' . Field Boilers, fte
epl4-tr - ' ARMSTRONG t CO.
IN ALL. ITS BUANI HES.
Shop on Church between -Cherry and Collegesta.,
s Nashville, Tenn. "
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that he has recently taken the above stand and
Is prepared to doBlaeksn ithing In all its branches,"
such as Horseshoeing. Buggy -Repairing, Ac, Ac,
ia the best manner and at snort ooUee. Ue solicit,
a share of public patronage. v.
. .JAS. TARPLEY,
Jan24-tf ' ' Agent.
JO. KOWaRO&. . 1. K, GILKCaO.t.
a. r. anwasne.
EDWARDS, U ILKESOX & CO.
.'''J (scooaseoBToa. ivi
Corner of College and Chnrelm ata.t i
: Whclexale Grocer laud CommisuoB
H.E;RC H A N TS V
Pine Briindies( Wiaei, Cijan, Tobatca.tc
.. ooUl-tf v - ; .., . : - - - -;
A Xtw Supply of Ohio Role Batter.
-f RflT POCNQ3 of Fresh ButUr just resehred p.
Poland, and for sale by
. , BENJ, T. SHIELDS CO, . : .
y No. 87 College street
1 . 3 .
2. . Z
p 2. sr.
ui ts - o
D - - - -
a ? -
THE BARNES HOUSE,
J. T. BARNES & CO. P nrroRS
No. 43, Union Street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements lor regular supply
of Game of every description, Fish , Oysters, the
very best Wines, and every other article of I . ry
which can possibly be obtained in Nashville. he
bouse 18 provided with the best of Cooks, and the
best apparatus Tor cooking. Eating flail Sited op ia
handsome, Comfortable style.
Naahvllle - - Tenscuu
3. MOOUE, Vi-ovivletor.
1 HAVE made extensive arrangements for the re-
f " luo "MJcaciKsoi tnecomiug season,
ri.u, r it-sii auu owi; our tlysters will bo Trom
the most celebrated bea. Pickles and condiments
Irnm the ri'lihriidAfii.iiiiahiM..a.. '
- . u . . u uiv ii i4uB t& uiaca.
weal aud Lea & Perrin wiih m i.nroin.i n ...i..,.. . i
I ...... wv..avwwJ
Wines, Brandies, &c &c.
Excel'.entCOOKSand attentive Waiters, the whole
- iiucuwiiu 111 IUII Weil-kUOWn tDl'
cnre.Mr.CHARLI-S PICKLES. V
" ir iui inn ot September wo will be pre
Railway travelers will Bod this arraugementto their
.- REMEMBER THE MET It VP0LITA -.Y.-fcw
eepl5-tf - -"
A. afc 4. 30X,V1,
Union st., opposite State 13 auk
TAKE pleasure in. informing the public that they
have recently fitted up a hue
Eating and Drinking Saloon,
us above. The wi' keep constantly ou hand a good
supply of GAME,OYSTERS.FI.SH.c..c. fhev so
licit a sbare of palrouage. Good cook sand attentive
LEVIATHAN LIVERY STABLE
NOETn MARKET STREET.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform his friends
and lh nuhhn that h. knA sm
i - - uv um sun u unuu a uuiu
her of handsome vehicles of all kinds, and asplen
aia stuu or ouggy and saddle horses, for the use ol
fast young gentson COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or foi
tbe accommodation of Young America and Young
What man living uf u n v anri nf nviu..!..;.,.....!!
would be content toenail it behind a SLOW Hulcsk
wuen ue Knows tuat an AMMAL OF SPIRIT cou
AT THE lETIiTHAS STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-NlCS,"and safe
na earetut Xirivers, should not forget what the pa
pers said about Tna Nkw Coaca, from the LKVianiaa
umr OTABLts,on rvoriu Market street.
sep20-tf . proprietor
tir M.T.WRIGHT a CO., would respect-
- - r . .--...... .luuYiiiB
. Ti H the DUblir Anrsll v tlm k..k
purchased the wellknown Li very Stabieand thestocs
aud fixtures ,forn erlyoccupied by Win. J. Philips jm
MarketStreet,)utt below the Square .
We havedret-ratelots and box-8tall to accommo
dated rovers .and al lour friends who may favor Ut
with their patronage.'
Wehavea largenombero IGneSaddle Horsesaad
He Buggiesto hire atalltimes
Thaf. eA i . k a di.a nil iil.niik.in j .
Stablein t be.Soutberncountry . Comealong and set
rebs-iy - wh.t. wrightsCO.
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO
HAVE ON HAND
ONE I1U1VDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
u -ALSO, '' '
An Unusually Large Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED .,.
For Servants, which they will sell very low
by the piece. ' ,' , -l . .' .'- . .'
; Persons not yet eapplied will consult
their interest by craming these goods, as we
are determined to clou them out
U. C. M'NAIRY & CO.
t aprl6-tf ' . ,' . ',,
: Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brauilK Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howq.
Mixtures, Imperial and Black.
For sale y ' "
apr21-tf ."'.f' RAINS,. BROWN
FL0WER POTS !
irti"l DOZEN Flower 1'oU, assorted sites, for
lUU sale by RAINS, BROWN CO.
aprSl-t " - '
Ground Feed for Stock.
a N aiditkiuai .upplv Jnst received and for sale
( by . .. BEXJ. F. SHIEIJS t CO.,
may 10 i -.i :' ST Oolloge street.
j - Coal Oil. -
- BBI. COAL OIL a very sep.rior article, Just
J received and for sale by
febSS-tf RAINS, BROWN k CO.
A MONTH AND ALL EXPENSES PAID
An aiient is wanted io every towaandcoua
ty ia the United States, to engage in a respectable
sad easy baxmess by which the above proula atar
be certainly realtaed. For further particulars ad
dress Dr. J. Hurt Waaxsa. corner 12th street and
Broadway, New , York City, eacloa'agone Postage
Stasia t. j u -- - ?.wtlaaa J
Nashrille and Chattanooga lUR.
- l-v j-w3-()J
Change i of Schedule.
Suufla) next, v April 29, 1SGO.
raaaenger Trains, will run aaioliuas: .
GOiM cm. , -. . ' .
. v Leave KashvHIe at 4 a. at and S, r. . ,c
.A reive at Chauanouea l JJt p.M.raud 1.4a. a,.
, - COMOiO . WEST. - :
Leave Cbattaoooga at 7.-C9 a. n. and T-J0 r. a.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 r. a. and 8 a. a.
Vtf. rait connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knox-
vi ue, cAvaunaii, isuaru-atuu, Montgomery, aKmphv,
New Orleans, Ac.
Both TraiiMroniieetat Ptevenson' with Trains on
Memphis and Cbarktn Railroad, and at Cuattan-
ga witaTraia.oo aast Tennessee aua ueorga and
Western and Atlantic Railroads. c .-...-
Through Tickets mar be had at any hour ob annQ.
cation to Ticket Agent, at office at lieuot, to tbe fot-
lowing places, and at the following prices, vis;
NashvUle to ew York, va Charleston, fc. U. 27 15
. aa. ia,wiwi,-. w
" " " . " fcavanuau
Big Tuunel, I
Columbus . .
m - 25 75
i - m 25 00
- 2S 00
- 21 60
. CO 75
Virginia Springs, 20 7
- - - - - -it oo
' " 15 00
Miss. , 13 00
E. W. COLE. Superintendent.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Compa
ny, in connection with tne Roads below, are
running anExptess Freight Train from Cbarlestoa
aud Savannah to aashvillc, at slower speed , bat wilh
he same certainty as their passenger trains. Node
lay to freights by this I oute. E. W. COLE,
laOuisvlWc and XhsUvIVIc
' CHAN UK OF TIME.
fTXWO through Express Passenger Trains between
X Nashville and Louisville, makinc close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Ph'ladeU
ph:a, Baltimore, Washington City, Buflalo; Niagara
alls, Cleveland, Ciucmuau.bt. Lomis, and the Far
On aud after SrsDar, Mar tub 6lb , 1860, train
will run as follows:
Firsttrainleavcs Nashville at 5:O0 A Jf. daily top
ping at GallaUn, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junction,
Elizabelhtowu,and all regular stations when signal
led by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 2.-00 P
M. heturniog, leaves Louisville at 6:20 P. M.,step
ping as above, aud arriving ia Nashville at 3i0
Second train leaves Nashville at T40 P.M. daily,
(Sundays excepted,) stopping as Urst train, and ar
riving iu Louisville at SKX) A. M. Returning leaves,
Louis v die at 6:10 A. M., stoppiuga. above, and ar.
riviugin Nashvilleal 2:20 P. M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays exceptodiat 5:O0P.M., andarriv
ingiuGallaUiiat6:52P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.O0 A. M., aud arrives in Nashville at a
Through tickets on sale at the TVpot for all points
North, ka;-'t aud West, with a choice of the many dif
JNO. P.. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Field, General Ticket Agent.
Charleston and Savanuali
F U Fa LlMiS.
Sates Et duted and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all tbe roads On and
after the24ili of December, lb59, through rate.
irom new xorKtoivasnvuie:
First Class, per 100 pounds., SI 64
Second Class, " 1 J5
Third Class, " " 1 16
Fourth Class, " " " 93
Hats, Caps and Bonnets. 2 25
Time from Savon nah aud Charleston to Nash ille three
threeand a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
sail, eigtit and nine days.
Intervening S bbaihs cansethe above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run ou Sunday over
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharge, and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail
road on delivery. C. W. 1NDEKSON
Freight to Kew York and Philapelphia
Cotton and Flour,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not mere than 6001b. weight 85
Flour per barrel 1 46
No insnrance necessary except from Charleston and
Suvannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at tbe option and expense el
steamer, when compressed, it can be freighted from
New York to foreigu ports at to 3 1C leas than cot
ton not compressed.
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of
t:ie Nashville d Chattanooga Railroad.
dec23-tf General Agect,
Gvcat Rational Woutc,
To Baltimore, Pltiladelpliia,
NEW YOUR AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
ri TERMINATE at Baltimore and Washington Cty on
L . the East, and Columbus on tbe West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from ail
The West, Southwest and Northwest.
Passengers by this ronte can visitlhe cities of Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone by othet
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
City to tbe Eastern Cities at an additional charge of
two dollars only. - v
Sleeping Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED,
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
Business Men 1 Travelers, for Pleasure or Infor
mation, can vielRll the Eastern Cities at a compara
tively small expense, Tbe Scenery Is celebrated
for its wonderful beauty and sublimity ; it is on
equalled in tbe world. Its system of Day and Night
Track Police ; its splendid equipment ; Its exclusive
Telegraph Lines : its large amount of double track ;
Its fine Hotels, (under tlie surveillance of the Com
pany,) ensures to tbe passenger,
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through tickets and baggage checks can be ob.
tained at all tbe principal Railroad aad aiteamboat
office, ia the West - ..-.
Able lor. Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. '
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
K v. FULLER, General Western Agent.
J. f. BROWN, Gen. Ticket Agent, C.O.B.X,
apri'l . -
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad.
Nashville to Clarltsville, Hop
: kms-rille, Russellwille, efccv
ON AND AFTER ' '
Saturday, April 7th, I860,
Two Trains to and from Clarksvilleaaily.
GOING NORTIL '. . -
iJiave Nashville at 6 30 A. M. and 2 45 P. M.
v Arrive at Clarksville Ut 25 A. M. and 7 16 P. M. '
goinsoctil : r
Leave Clarks v ille at S A. M. and 2 45 P. M.
Arrive at Nashville 10 A.M. and 7 P. M. "
The morning train from Nashville connects at
Springfield wilh a cailj Hue of stages to RussellviDe,
aud at Tail's Station, near State line, with Slaughter
a Co.'. daily line of four horse coaches to Hopklns
vll le, Ky., via. Trenton, Pern brake, e.
From Hopkinsville stages leave for Columbus, Ky.f
Padueab,Smitbiaad, Eddyville aud Henderson.
Fare Trout Nashville to Ueadercoa S4 60.
, . . .. A. ANDEKbON, ..,
apr7-tf Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.:
r'beingetthe ntmos timportancefor the proper
protection of the Track, aud to keep out of the
way efgrareland other trains, thatfreighttraia.be
run at regular uniform rate ef speed, whichoaa only
he accomplished by running on scbeduletime;tbere
fore ,1a ordertaatthe freiebttraiue mav bo rnu on
the time laU down lit tbe BcUedule.it is ordered that
alter tuirty days rrom tbts date. freight will be re.
eeived by tbe Nashville aad Chattanooga Railroad
Company .atScbeUuUHtalionceaiv . . -
Rate on Flour Reduced.
eeive at Nashville, Wartraee.Mbelbyvilleaad
Station i. en S.kC. R. R.belweea Nashvilleaad War
trace , aud give through recepla for Floor by Carload
to Charleston or Savannah at One Dollar per barr.
a a. a. " ' 7 "'ill w4
tiATVWgtl . IV. V. . v-..x ,
- J S.n't efTrensportatlocN. JtO
I .. Oil ...
Delaware and Missouri State
Wood, Eddy & Co Maiiasjers
The Managfrs Offices are located at Wilmington Del
aware, and SL Louis, Missouri. '
"'' '" The following; ; -f-.
Masnlttceut Mchcmcs T
Will be drawn In pnbhe ondevthe sapeiHatendeneo
of s ora Commisawaers, appointed by the Gover
nor. , i' . T . t r
WOOD, EDDY tt CO'S LOTTERY
-' Class No., 312, .'
Draws' on Saturday, June 30Ui I860.
78 Number 13 Dratcn Ballots ","
One Grand Prize of $100,000!
.60.000 I ltWPii.r
21.500 1 65 4 44"
4, bit) 44
32.394 Prizes amounting to $1,1S6 7S6
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETS'
Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme will be
sold at the following rates, which is the risk -
Certificate of Package of 26 whole Tickets no
" ', " . . 26 half .4 ,49 59
26 quarter 74 75
' 26 eighth " "" 87 ST :
Splendid Sciicnic t -
TO BE DRAWN
Each Wednesday la June!
Class" 270 Draws Wednesday, Jane 6, 1860.'
Class 282 Draws Wednesday, Jane 13, 1860.
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, June 20, 1SG0."
Class 306 Draws Wednesday, June 27, I860.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETS.
78 Number 1Z Drawn Ballot.
One Capital .Prize of $37,5001
15 Prises ...
227 " ....
32.396Priaes amounting to S5S9,5Sg
Certificates or packages in the above Scheme, to be
drawn each Wednesday, wdl bo sold at tHe following
rates, which is the risk.
certincate or rackage or 28 Whole Tickets $149 SO
- " 26 Half 4. m 74 TS
-.-. .26 Quarter . 37 37
IK 0UDZKLSG TICKETS 0ECEETXFICATZ3
Enclose the amount of money to our address.for
what yon wish to purchase; name tbe Lottery in
which yon wish it invested, and whether you wish
Wholes, Halves, or Quarters, oa receipt of
which we send what is ordered, by first mail, to
gether with tbe scheme. -Immediately
after the drawing. a Printed Draw ina
certified to by the Commissioners, will be sent, with
0 Purchasers will please write their 31 mature
plain , and give the name of their Post Office .count v
.. .4 as....
AlleommnnicationFstrictlyconfidential . ,
y after thedrawing otherprisesalthe uaaaltimeo
Our Single IS umber Lotteries,"
CapUaA 1-vlz.e $50,000!
DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Ticket. $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 5 A.
W. Orders for Tickets or Certificates in any of the
above Schemes to be directed to
WOOD, EDDY CO. , Wilmington , Delaware
or , WOO!) , EDDY A CO., St. Louis, Missoori.
SVj-Circulars containing Schemes for the month
will be sent free ofexpeuse by addressing as above.
O.The drawings of Wood, Eddy k Co.'s Lol fries
are published in the New York Herald, -ew York
Timi s and New Yorker Staats Zcitung.
110 VAL II A VAX A L0TTERY7'.
THE' next ordinary drawingof the Royal Havana'
Lottery , conducted by the Spanish Government
under tbe supervision of tLe Captain General of Cuba
wii: take place at Havana, 00
Tuesday, July 17th, 1SGO.
SorteoHam.ro 639 Ordiaario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prlxeof $100 000 1 60 .1,000
1 4 60,000 1 60 " 50.
1 " 30,000 1 15S " 40.
1 " ..... 20,000 . 20 Approximations.. 8,8o0
I " " " 10,000 I
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each ;4
of 400 to 60,000; 4 of 400 to 30,000; 4 or 400 to 20,
300; 4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Ticket 930 ; Halves flD
11 Barter. $5.
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Billson all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
Tj All orders for Fcheroes or Tickets to be ad-'
dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post )
Charleston, So. Ca. . . tnay3-td .
FEUALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHARriiED BY THE STATE IN 1856.
Y. C. Dawsoa & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, G A.
' O V E L SCH CllEt
POLICY PJLAJN LrOTTERY !!
: By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, aud pay any asaountfora ticket they may
Extra Class 2,Drawi Oct. 3, 1859.
' And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted) '
at 6 o'clock, P.M.
43T InthisScheme.tbereare 7i Number, placed
In lue Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve of these
Number, are drawn front the Wheel. If a person
selects one Namber out of the 76, and that Number
te among tbe Numbers drawn , he gets five times the,
amount Invested. If two selected Bombers are'
drawn, be gets thirty for oa 9; if three selected Num
bers are drawn, he gets two hundred for one; if four
selected Numbers are drawn, he get. a thousand for '
one; II B re selected Numbers are drawn, five thous
and for one; if six .elected Numbers are drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Remember, if two, or. more,
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those NunW
Ders so selected are sot drawn among tho Tw.iv.'
Drawn Numbers, tbe licketis a Blank.
Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Aadarethe mostliberal of anyScheme ever ottered x
For particulars, addres,
W C DAWSON CO .Managers,
oct 31 Macon, and Savannah, Ga
1 House-keeping Made Easj. '
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES wHl always
insure good wholesome bread. Foflseents you
can get one dozen Yeast Cake., which will make 60
large loves of tbe best bread. ' -
SOO CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
express. Almost every family in towa has nsd it
For Spring cleaning it is iavalaable for washing
Paint, Looking Glasses, Gilded Work, Marble, Silver"
or Plated Ware.
REFRIGERATORS. W. bave sold a large lot ol
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We Lave
a large lot coming . They are warranted to give sat
isfaction , as they are not oniy the best but are the
. aprl4-tf MACKENZIE k MIXCH1N. i
I CST received direct from the
l for ule at lower price, than ever belore oli ia
this market. - , .
26 plain Water Coolers,
26 force lain lined do. . : - - . . . J
10 Mc Donald ' Refrigerator.
6 Schooley'. Pateotdo. "
60 Masser'. S sninate Freezeis. . . : - '
. I Seamore . Pat, Freemors. .:. '
I also make plain Ice Cream Freeser. to order ot
any a:ae. ...... .. - -
. 60 Dor. Mason's Pat. Screw Top- Frail Cans, 1 ;
and 2 quarts.
80 dot. Plain Fruit Can. for sealing.
40 do a. 1 quart Glass Fruit Tar.
Ice Picks and Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers." -1
10 dos. Plated Dippers.
dot. Pat. Egg Whips. ; , " ........ , - t
s ... , .W.WILSON, rj
' aprilll - - II College street. - ;
v Sit Lux et Lux Fuit
COAL OIL LAHPS
WEhavejust received another supply of Coal Oil
Lampx, among which are some very handsome
patterns tor parlor., all fined with the Oullia. baraer
which iatb. laatimprovementaad la Immeasurably
superior te any other Lamp now before the p.blw
for softness and steadiness of flame; freedom from
smoke, simpiieKy la eonrtractioa , beauty aad ele
gance i a finish .eleaaliaeea aad economy . On lan p
will give the Ugh' of four candles and doe. i.ot coat
as much as one- The Oil wo have imported to burn
In these Laap.i.aelear,beauufulartiele,fr.e frous
aar oaenaive odor, leaves aog.easespot whsa spilt,
Wholesale k Ketail Droggisia, No.lS Pablw Square
Nashville Tenn ' mr"lfetf .
v Flasr! Flour!
ka BSLt. Fxtra Family Flonrj 10ft bag. Extra -ill
I i.mii. Floor. aad6ftbbls Super tine Flour,
I lent waived and nt aaio y . ; -
I , - - - . H-a- ' : - v r . aiivu4.a.
.1. taarju-ii -..
1 1 rizeoi .
3 44 It
3 4 44
100 " '