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Xo.59, College Street,
' ' - . - - -
- . Arc now receiving their etock of
Pall and Winter
And take pleasure ia announcing to their
friends and customer?, and the trade general
ly, that they will have a stock of goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
"We most respectfully invite all to an ex
amination of oar Goods, assuring all who
favor aa with a call to give entire satisfac
tion. We at present, Invite particular attention
to (-or excellent assortment of
' AEliV men
VKr.Vli.T EOBES, with Flounce, rery rUk ;
H ATI7TH 1 V.H. SILKS Z
A R 'MTT r, Y. STTV (in colore.) somelhins entirely
, SOLTD COL02XB SILX, in plain eulnrs and fig
ured; POTJLT'DESOIE: -EXOCHESXLXS:
CHECKED SILKS :
' PTTflVA y VAUK, Sew article :
CSSLLJTLI POPLINS, and
Oar Lace department is unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Point A'Gnille Sets,
....... Point de Angle terre Sets,;
IT. L"l "."iir Point da Alencon Sets.
Irish Linen- -. J
Linen, Sheetings, -.'.Linen
- - Table Damask, .
; " .. " " Linen Soyles.
- Jaconet MueliB, -Nainsook
White and Colored Tarleton,
. Ax., Ac
, velvet, and
' '-- - Curtain Damask, and
' Curtain Trimmings.
A fall assortment of the various styles of
' French, English and American Prints ;
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet -
ings. . .
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
' grades ;
G 0.0 d s fo r B j'g W ear.
We call particular attention to our large
and excellent assortment of
' - J.
- HeaiY Goods for Negroes.
7 Xapire Kerseys,
.- Tennessee Track for Trowsers,
- ' Plaid Llnseys, . , i
. e i i .1. : i Heary BlankeU.
TH031PSON b. CO.
: gf9 S00b5, tit
E are now rvceiriug and Aliening largo and 8-
LADIFS' DRESS GOODS.
TRIMMINGS, Ac, """ '
, READY-MADE CLOTHING,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Segro f xtra size Mud Boots, and line Fur and Wool
Ha is, Clotu Cape, and a large stock of Varkty Goods,
Threads of all kinits, and Yaukee Notions, ire, ic.
A l&rse stuck, of every gmde of FrinU, Blrat-bvl and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Uum.'. rinted and plain : all
vool Detains and Cadhmerx, Colored Silks, Biat k Silks,
Spline, rx-oagee, Vrench Merin, Engn.--h and rman
Merinot), Primed Anwrican DeLaines, Ribbns, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, ljures: a largt
stock of white, yellow, red and xray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassimerg, tttinetts, Jcane, Seal Skin and Benver
ClothE;Over Cualinu; large stuck of 4iirts, Skirts.
Fronts, Jibirt CoUars, Suspender?, :hrre, H'; and
half Hse of eTery kind, fcc, x.
A lar;e and writ atrted Mock of anj-ernus" " "
READY -fllADE CLOTIilG.
Couu-tinK of Over Coats, BuPiueFa Coal?. Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Goats Pants and Vests. I'nder Shirts
and Drawer. A fnll line of Clothes now in s"re. just
AtO. 5o0 cases of Shoes, BcuU and BrojraJix, Cliil
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stock
ki anasually large, and will be sM nnder any body's
priew? in tbi market.
AI0.alarge stuck of
Velvet and Bruosels Ciirjietm, 3 and 2 lly half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Itutch iin.l Sttti-I Carpeting,
which will be sold rheap.
Knives and Forks.
Sawi, Augers. Cimblcu-, Door Ijock, Pad Ijncks, Black -in
Brushes, Blackius, Cun.'iand tiun Caps, ic, cheap.
- We unwillingly acknowledge 4batme hawUhe larg
eet etock of every description ofUoods in the city of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that we intend TO
SJXL THLM. Our house SHALL he the head quarters
for c73h and short time prompt buyers only. There is
OtKh and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods in this city, and we intend to sell to that Trade
exclusively; and we say to cash and prompt time buy
ers call and examine our
URGE AXD EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be Sure.
EDWARD TRABUEi W. II. LUCUS,
Xo. 73 Public Square. Xhville, Tenn.
We have iu ocr einplw the following Eentti'nieu :
W SHIELDS. Bookseller ami Cashier;
GEO. W. XOKVEli, Fntrv, Bill Clerk and S;ilc-m.-u:
JAMES B. XICHOL, Salesman -.
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. B05TICK. I do; last but not least
by a good deal.
ruese gentlemen will be clad to tee their friends at
all times and esiecially those who imrcliase for cash
and pay their notes when due.
augi4-tt TKABl E Jt LICX S.
a. W. WXTHWOkTH,
Vf. . TRAVER.
Importers and Jobbersja
..Foreign and Domestic!
. NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE, .
HAVE on band aol lor sale at the lowest market
prices, upon lilieral terms, the larsest and the
best assorted Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods we
ever oOered to the trade, viz:
Kec tacky, Tennesttee and Georgia Track fur Trows
Lake Shore Jeans, Flannels, Plaid Lmsey?. Tweeds.
Jeans and Satinets:
Nerro Kerseya, Lffi?ey and Baggin?;
Plantation PUkis and Stripes;
Stiirtmjt, Sheeting and Cnahurgs;
Bed Txid, Checks and Drills;
Blankets of all kind":
Cloths and Cassimcree;
Ladies' Dress Goods;
Prints aad Ginpliains;
Linen and White Goods ;
Embroideries and Laces:
Hosiery and Gloves:
Thread, Buttons, Ac. kr.
a. w. wmivomi.
hm. B. TUAVEK.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in .
HAVE now ia store a Fplendid etock or Keady-Mado
(Wtimr. of the best makes and qualities.
f Ul". DOCCUkf.
a. w. itocmwoirra,
tfEO. B. TKATE.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in .. - :
Hats, Caps, Bomiets, Umbrellas
' ' AND
" SO. 63 PUBLIC SQCABX, I
TTAVE on hand a large stock of the lalefi and most
XX bHhionable OaU, Caj and Bonnet.
brellas and Carpet Bags.
a. w. BOTLBworra.
RBO. - TtUTKB.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale iu ;
Boots, Shoes and Crogans,
Writing and Wrappins; Paper,
ifO. U PUBLIC QCARX,
NaabTille, 1 ennessee.
AVTNG refoaed to enter the various Eastern Mar
ket, thiaseaaoaanld the rwWtkm hi -a riid.
d oa UtaJaly prices of Goods, the abatement thus se
tor ch pmrmxiia, reiulcrs w .lock thecheaieM we
ever oflerad tor sale.
We loo.alway make liberal discounts U buyers pay
tof aaahai data of purchase.
We invite the particalar aUention of the trade to this
Great Mtk. r merebaadiseato admirably
adapted to the wants of the surruuiulinr mnrrr
We are free buyers fur cash of Feathers. Ginseng,
DOUGLAS Si CO .
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO
:C DAVE ON HAND r .
m: IIUXDUED I10LLS BEST
COLORED AND WTIITE-
An tTimsiially Large Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C 0 T T 0 N S!
For Servants,, which they will sell very low
by the piece.
Jt& Persons not yet fcupplied will consult
heir interest by cxamlng these good?, as we
art determ intd to clote litem ouL
H. C. M'AAUtY i CO.
aprlC-lf: J ' 1 - - ; ; - (
VfiT wtfliiuela earn 4ver ciiy vi.rlK)'. of our
1 SL'?liriKU STOCK, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of every iii
Regardless of Cost,
Persons not yet euj ,icd will ! well to ex
iDi'iie them, its w- are I'l UimiLcd to 1 1 t-E Tiit M
OUT. K. C. MeNAIilY ft CO
MOKGrAN & GO.
Manufacturers of Clothing.
ARE receiving, and will have complete bv the 20lh
day of August, a VERY IUiUE AND EXTENSIVE
STOCK, to which the attention of prompt buyers is in
EVANS & CO ; ,
No,l NashTllleluu Block
Are in receipt of their Fall Stock of Kre;gn and Do
Varieties and Clothing
Hoots, Slioe&, Hats, Bonnets, &c.
To which they invite the attention id the Trade.
EVFRV PRIZE MILL POSITIVELY BE
Library Association Co., " .
Chartered by the State of Kentucky.
BYERS & CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, I860.
1,650 3Iaguificeut Prizes,
TICKETS THREE POIXARS.
Onctktl-1 lYiza- .if (1.000, fhie Gold IVize rf $3(10,
norso, Buvpv and Silver Mounted Tlarness (500, thie
Rosewood Itmo $400, (me Rusewood Piano $360, 200
Gold and Silver Ivcr Watches, ilngniliceut Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware", Sjiemlid Jewelry, Fine Family
Bibles, &c, &c. '
3 A chance to C' t one of tliee valuable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, f)ctoler
una, ibou, uuuer tnc management or a OHnmitK-c se
lected on that day by ticket holder iwescut.
Meg- au noHiers or iicKets are requeRted to attend.
J- Send and set a Scheme witli list of 1.6M vnln-
AddrcM BYERS & CLEMENTS, . ' r ' ,
augio - - v -I-Bducah, Ky.
M. A. PAKRISH &, CO.,
. Produce, Commission
Fronting on CoIIeee and market ats..
marfn-tf ; V ' . : .
600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Raoe Horse Hay.
3000 bushels Shelled Corn.
100 Seed " '
600 Ear "
BAI.ED OATi ! .
100 bales OaU; - i
100 Straw. ' --
" . . , . SHINGLES.
, 600 bandies Prime Shingles;
'WAGON SP0KJS., ,
05,000 Wagon Spokes. V
. SEED OATS. ' J'
1000 bushels Pennsylvania Oat.
- ' 2FAL ' - '
,100 bushels Family Meal. :'
' POTATOES. " ; :
SO barrels Korlhera Poutoes.
The above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close. .
Lar27-f -. M. A. PAEKI-SH V.
ft ( Betes Haagariaa Grass just received and for
(JU sale by . .
, MA PAKJUJ3 CO.
Cheap Feed for Stock.
T32 Feed reduced to t20 per barrel by
' : BiiJ. F, fcillKLIei A; CO.
July S3, ISCO-tf- ' -
Tile Little Beauty, '.
j the Author of the Gambler's Wile. .
Vary Stuart, Queen of Scotts, by Key noble. -'
Dickens' 8hort Stories. i " '
Th. Rebel aad the Rover; , - tx-!
Just received by JOHN YORK St CO.,
aae23-tf 28 Cnloa streeL
1 BLOODLESS Uf TORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
rjiai...norii.ous'iaHtitr tliif InvaJuahle Remc
X dyhasbeei purchastH by titiv ntiof the Vuited
Sutes during the j-bort time Itliaa heeii berre tl.e
public' The reason Tor thi.sDAtranrdiuary 9neeet8is
simply in tli3 actaaltruth and valunnf vlie artiele
No one buystho MAGXETIO PI.Ar'IEIt without be
coming its fneivl . It perforin." nil that is promised
and carries with it Us own recommeuilatioo . Truly
this is a victory pcacrfuiaud biooUU-ss lut w be.
licve not lessglorious tUau thetriunii.hs of war. with
itstain of carnnceand desolation '
The MAWTIU PitsTEit itt Budoubtedly the
Greatest St iDgtiiener and l'aiu Destroyer tbat 6ci
enceuaay tdiscovered.' IfyooputthusPlasterany
wljere.il amis there, the pla.-ter willjtitk there
ontilth'.PiinhasvawislicU . rncPiaKteimuKuet'ze.
beP "away .and;:;
P ficaiittotexisiwricrf luisPIustcrisiapjiIie
; . cuni4titni ,Linipiiess".St!au-fi15Veak8cFi .Pe
oil,ty , Nervour fss , N'voralxia , lyfpsia , Vo'tsb
aud CoM3,riL':jj)il AcSck of u very .:,. .down eve
to Corns, arc IMMEDIATELY RELI.VED,ind with
Ulepaii.Hice,l'ERllASKN'lI.Y Ci;KEI),by the! mar
calinttuenceol the MAGNETIC PLASTER It js titt
implustys crest iai'est, pleasant CKliindchea iestrcm
edyln existence. f tHjpniicati04if'4niversatf,,',;1
ly tothestroofT man , the delicate woman , and tlu'
feebleiulaiit. To cachaud al li t willprove a Gala
and aBlessing.: ItsufeiEigreeabi;,anu witlioutan
noyanceortrouMc". r ts price Is-witiiiD reach r.l'.ill
richer poor; all may haveit, ani al ishonld havcit
whoaresick,and siiir'rin(:i u an v way.
FARMERS and P1.A.N1KRS should alwayp be ui.
plied witUthc UAGNK'riC PLA.STEit. It will be tin
Good Physician iu any liotiseliold.rea.ily at all iiu,-s
and at instant notice-.
Putopiu tir-tighttiu 'vises. iOich oox wii.maki
six toe iht plasters. and any ciii Id c;iu spread their
Prlee25jcutsabox,witbi uli anuplain lirctions.
Inrntorand ProprUt r,lB tVafktr slrert.X.-w I'nrl
moreheah'smagneticplasteris sulii b
all drcgglsts and de.vlers li uen'jinf
MEDK'INIij EVERYtt'IIERK. -
i uly9-doodaweowly in
mm - MANHOOD,
HOW LOST, HOW EZST0SED.
Just PullUhedj in a Sealed Envelope,
A LELTCRF. ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OK SI'HlMAllil'.l'.llOEA, or Se,-nal
Weakness, Sexiud iH'bilily, Nervoumt-s and Inv. .. u
t;iry Klins.-ioij8 pruducmj; Impcteucy.Ctrt" . iii('ti:i and
Ment.il aiHl Pliyid Debility.--- .
Bv BUR J. CIXVERWE1.L, Jl. II.,
Tlie imiHirtant fact that the nwfuT ivi.sepiein-'"( ol
self abuse ntiy be effectually removed witliout ii i-Mial
medkuni'S or the daiuceroux apidualKmn of iusi .us , iu
strumeuts, unli(Ued Niui, luid other empirical de
vices, is ln-re clearly demoniimted, and the entirely
new and highly sucwkIUI Ireulinent as adopted by liie
celebrat"d anther fnlly explained, by means of which
every ci;e is enabled to cure liitiL-vli iK-rOvily. and at
the Urast x.ilde cst, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised lioflrumsof tiio day. This It-inrc will prove a
boon to thousands and thouKands.
Sent under seal to any address, iijst paid, on the re
ceipt of two jmstage ttamp, by nddrrii'.iJ Dr. CHAi.
J. C. KLINE, 4s0 First AViiiiu-. New York, l'ost I5ox
4,586. - julylS-tf -
Morilhan Double the Sire nytuof Ordinary Potash
FU'.l making Soap wUUoiitiimc, with little trouble
awd at tritlingexpcnse. The chcapestarticie ever
discovered fin- the purpose.-- One potinJ will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of pocd bolt t-oap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap, printers willtiud it a snierior
articlcforcleaningtype. Itis perfectly solubleaud
free from impurities.
Rrokeninsinalltdinpsand pot up in 1 , 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brookly n jni! sold by
R. DCKKEE fr O.,
OctS-diwly 1S1 Parlire-t.Kw Yor
Tthig Newsaloou on Marketstreet, near Uuii.n,
L. V N C II
will he regularly set every mruiug ail, o'clock
aud every eveuiujt at o'clock . joiiO-tf -
u ii r
. 62 Union 3 trcct, NASHVILLE,
- " BotwectiCherry and Summer Streets.)
j3"OrdersTrom tho country promjty atteudeott
May 27 tf
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MA5AZ-NK. for .Tune;
Just receive;! by . , F. HAG AN,
. may29-tf . ... rcu College street. '
. ST. CECILIA'S
Sear Xaskville, Tennessee. .
THE Sisters of the Order of St. Dominie, well known
lir this and 'adjoining States-lis experienced aud
eomietent directors of female education, resjiectfiilly
announce to the citizens of Nashville and to the public,
in geuerar, that they arc preparing and will bo ready
to receive pupils at the aliovc institution on thu 1st ot
October, Tlie Academy is aliouta mile from the city j
and is situated in one of the most lH-autilul aud heal
thy locations in its vicinity.
The Ladies of this Institution being secially de
voted to the education of the youug of their own sex,
will leave nothing undone to impart to the pupils eon ti
ded to their care a tlionmgh education, in highest sense
of the word. The religion professed ly the ladies of
the Institution is the Catholic, and they will impart
special religious instruction to pupils professing that
failb;. - Iniiils of-e-cry rcitglmis denomiuatiou w ill lie
admitted, and no undue iutiueuce will be used to bias
the religious principles of the young ladies; nor will
any of them be criiiiltcd to embrace, the Catholic
faith without the verbal or written consent of parents
or guardians. Uniformity and .d order, however,
require the attendance of all at i-,i".-tiiug and evening
prayers, ami at the relurious exci ; :s. s on Sunday.
The course of studies is riivi'l-l into four dejvxrt
ments, each dejiartmeiit having its own ilistinct course
of studies assigned it.
The academio year will consist of two session the
first commencing on the lirst Monday of September,
the second on the first Monday of February. The aca
demic year will close with a public distribut ion of pre
miums and honors alKiut the 2Uth of June tf each
Terms Per Session Payable in
For txiard and tuition, $65. $70, $75 and $S0 ac
cording to the department of the pupils.
Latin and Modera Languages each, $12 00
Music on Piano, 2a 00
Use of Instrument 6 00
Music on Guitar, instrument furnished bv
pupil, " 0 00
Music on Harp, - 45 00
Yoeal Music, 10 00
Sketching and Painting in water colors 12 00
Painting iu Oil, and materials, 25 00
Washing. 10 (XI
Bed and Bedding, 10 00
Bnrd, Washing, &c. during vacation, 25 00
Books and stationerv, when furnished bv the Insti
tution, will form extra charges; as also, will medicine
and medical attendance.
Xo deduction will be made for alisence or withdraw
al. unless occasioned bv illness or dismis.il.
Pupils will be charged from the date on which they
Boarders are ronnestl to briusr aU uxvefsary articles
for the toilet.
The Academy will not incur the exiiensc of furnish
ing articles of clothing or pocket money. .......
inniis will not be allowed to sneud iccket nioner at
their own discretion. Such monevs must be UeiK.sitcd
with the Sujiermr of the Academy.
io prevent improper correspondence, all letters re
ceived and sent are subject to the perusal of the Supe ,
rior, though in no case is such corrtsiondeuco prohib-
neu as regarus parents or guardians.
w uu tue exception or bocks of devotion, no books
or periodicals are allowed to circulate in the institu
tion, except such as receive the umiroval of the Mother
fOT further Uarticulars annlieation mar li tnntn to
the Mother SlIIMTior of the Academe or I.. tl.Ift
Rev. Bisliop Whelan. . , - ! ; ...
'.? 1L, -"il"cs- letters to be addrfsod to the Mother
-"'T"0.1.'. Cecilia"- Anulemv. Mount Vernnn near
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
F OR SALE;1
TI7TSHING to make other investments; i'ri
V posetvselUl lour RealEstatcin tiai-oi
asfullows : i i i t ' - .- A
TSiat Suburban liesidence; '
situated on the Franklin Turnpike , within hal fa mile
onuecuy ,ana opposite tue resilience ol tbelate Jo'
seph W, Hortou. This is, perhaps, ihe most torn
mandiug Bite ia the vicinity ot Nash ville, and is a
most desirablccouuury restdencc. The house will be
Bold with 12 or 1 i acres ol laud as theporchiiscr may
choose. : . .. 1 ...i
That Valuable Parmi
known aslhe SimaTruct .situaledon the- SniHhTurn
piKe,(.oia ieoauon roau witnm Uiree miles of Nash
vi!le,oonlainirg330aeres. The soilisgooa itigwe'i
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres aud upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted Tor country residences, market
gardensand dairylarma. -Also Ahat- i
Beautiful farm, ' -
onname road , now occupied bt T.C. MoOamnhi ll'
and formerly owned by Tom Harding,. -oiitauia.g
about 250 acres. This placets So well known as to
ncd no furtaer Jescri.tion Itwiilalso be divided
toauitiiurcbaserfc T.C. JicCampbcilw bbowthcee
places to any uuo who will call. ,
Alllheaboveproiwrty will be acl.1 ou r .mn.kl.
termaraud on a creditof oueAwobrce and feur
- Apply to A. Y.S.Liudiley, Nashville .orto either
i i TH0S.C McCAMPBELL,
Six miles! mm Nashville.
- A . McCAMPBELL,
Dry Goods aLd Carpet More.
jOHN SHILLITO &C0
Xos..l0l,103and 105 West Fourth street,
' CINCINNATI, OHIO, :
" ' luijKTters of ' ' J -.i.
lalV l(C.lH i'lUMMttfnir
- f w
Are now opening an r xU-usiv? and coiiiplte assortment
of FureignanaAiiK rwan iki oooi, CARlfTTINGS
S-lAHTR OiL CUTliS, Asc., &u . k
Families, Hotel Keejra.Sti5amboat Owners, and Pur
chasers generally, may depend upon tiuuin tlie Itest
class of Goods, at prices aa low they can be purchas
ed in the EMtern Lilies. sepl4-3w
.. (LATE OF KNOXY1I J.E,TENN. ,) 1
. of Nacbviiicand vicinity . lie ha leena lively
ewjajred in the practice of his Profession in all ill
brancbesl'or the last sixteen years, aad hopes by
strictattentioctobeabltte render satisfaction to all
who may favor hi m with a call,.
OUice No. 421 Cberrvstreet,r.ear Capt. Stix-ke!ls
new residence. ResidenccPearlstreetouth Na&h
- d'uTj 6iLvv. MoirroN,"
Residence, Cor- Colleg-e and Watkins' Avenue
(roRHERLV UXK OTEEKT,)
Ofllf e IVo. C3 .ortl Cherry Street.
jan2T tf- ' .
8. J. LTUSS.
tiKO. W. BJTCUi&'U
JA'J.ES & 1IITCIIINCS,
o. 33 Cedar utrcct, -
A X 73I.1, al all times buy Negroes suitable for the
New Orleaus market. All persons having Ne-
gTos to sell will pleue jjive tie a call.
july-21-tf LYU:S & HITCI11NGS.
niyfioi.ESAO: DHV GOODS.
lints, Potts Sf Shoes, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queenttcure, 8fc, Sic.
E. TKABIE & W. I!. Lllf AS,
No. 73 1 utile Square.
VfK wiil sell every dc-script:ou or Winter Goods
V allow figures to close out as near as jHJSSible
btTorc receiving our Spring stock. Our iir. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern ciiies Foliciting corsigumenbi
and purchasing fob lots for casli aud short lane pa
per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
malcingtheir purchases in this market, that our stock
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters for
good bargains for earn ami short, rotiit j.por.
janlO tl. TBAIIUKkl.UCA!.
AiicTion aad Commission Cards
I'll MiLTiiLRX flJL'RUlAMS AXI) DEALERS.
' 'HE snbcribers have opened a large aud exten
JL si ve house for the transaction eT a strictly COM
MISSION BU.-lNtSS AND bKNKRAL AGENCY, with
rrangemeiiiii for the constant reception of all kinds
I t.oods. Wares, Merchandie and Manufactures in
the various di'imrtnHT.ts of Trade.
It is wiUi con lideuce aad pleasure tb.it we call the
attention i,f those visiting Nashville lo our varied
and con.-tautly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our cou.-igL.ni. nts are from manufacturers, first
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
iu view that "the money is made iu the purchase."
Orde,s taithlutly attended t wbeu accompuuied by
the cash. BENJ. F. SHIELDS CO.,
Central Stores, No. 17 uud 29 College si-,
fchS-tf Nashville, Teuu. .
. Tits, si locks auJ Cravats.
JiVERY variety or these articles received aud for
sale by - J. H. McGII.L,
apr.--lf . Cherry street, one doi.r from i iiiou
Fresh Ohio Com 5Iea!.
TUST rOceTvc-d and Tor s;ile by '
J BENJ. F. SUUXDS & CO.,
nay 10 Coi.tral Uooms, -11 Odlege street.
N Invoice of B ack Eagle, Aiigator and Oakland,
'-a- suitable for. small lainiliea, just received and for
s-i'e by liENJ. F. SHU-LI S Jt Cl.,
miyl7 Central Rooms, College st.
VKSPER GAS LIGHT".
Tftc Cheapest, .Host Brilliant,
HOST I'G.WE.XIEST' ARTIFICIAL LICIIT
ix Tin: would!!
rjlHISGASis generated ' from I'ure Coal Oil, and
X for elegance, -economy, safety aud simplicity
cannot he surpassed. The tixiures are iu the same
style as the ordinary gas fixtures.
63- Principal Agency ut 47 Cooper's Building-,
Cherry Street, where 'lie light can he seen at auy
time. TIlO.-s. II. TAYI-Oii.
. jaul2 ly
Ladies Shots and Gaiters.
LADIES flue blaex Congress Gaiters, with heels-
44 " Lace ' ' . ' '
'"' " brown Congress "
" " " . & bi'k butt, n . ....
" " Kid Slippers, with and without Lecls;
together with other styles ol ladies' Missis' and
. ALSO .:
A large and superior stovk of Gcullemeii s wear.
. 1'at.a.t leather Gaiters and St rapt Snoes;
liiil" Congress ' and Oxford Ties;
E:ig Cilf " " '
Lasliug " " " " "
The above goods are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and which we are oflering at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Public Square.
une7-lf " B'iiv SNYDER & FR1Z7.EI.L.
ItHi Kt-SHI-.lJS New York Mercer Potatoes, good
lOO for eating or planting, just received auuffois
sale by A. JENKINS,
niar:-X-tf No 14 South Mai ke St.
Rentou's Thirty Years in the United States Si-nati?.
Cluskey's Political Text Book.
Political Debates betwei'n Hon. Abraham Liueolu
and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in theu-h-br:ttiil raiii
paign of 1S58, in Illinois.
Life and Sjicwhes of Senator Douglas
Our living Representative Meu.
Historical and Legal examination of tho Dred S-ott
Case. For sale by- JOHN YORK & CO.
augC3 . :
3I0RE NEGROES IN A
ANOTLTER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
among which may b. found every SHADE of the
X EG KO MARK
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
apr2i-tf , . . . . , J. W. I.AN'il.EY.
VVA1.-S.EAK1N & CO.,
. WHOLESALE DEALER8 IN
KEADT-jIACE CLBTillXC. VARIETIES. iC,
Xo. 1 North-west Corner Public Square, " '
IV A S li V J L. 1.13, TEiX E.
VXJ V. invite the sjiecial attention of the trade to Hir
VV r.arse and well assorted stock of.
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which we wil sell Low fur cash or to prompt
Merchants. V M. B. LAK1N to.
BSYEltSlTY OF NASHVILLE.
MILITARY COLLEGE, r
J. P.kkkiev Lrxnsiitv, M. 11., D. P., Chancellor of the
University, and I"rofessor of Chemistry and Geology.
Coi B, K. Joiixsox, tfuperiiiteudcnt of the Military
Collece. and Professor of Engineering.
J.vjtKsF. lLiaiuox, A. M., Professor of Mathematics,
" aad Natural Philosophy.- -
J. H. Stewakt, A. M.i Professor of Greek and latin
, languages and Literature. -
Giioki.kS. Gijickik, A. M., M. P., lrofcssor of Botany
and Natural History. - -- . .
Rkv. J. W. HrrB, A. SL, M. R. Professor of Mental
and Moral Philouophy, and Biblical Literature. .
R. W. llTX-m, Adjunct Professor of Ancient I-aiiguageS.
J. G. Anuuauk, Teacher of French and Drawing.
C; K. Win-stox.M. D.,Surgein. -. - .
The First Term of the Academic lear 1800-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, lboO.
"-"".I Term cotpiinnces ou the 27th of January,
1861. ColiinieucemeSil fcxercaeta ,u.u
of June, 1861. - : ..... ...
Tuition, Boarding Washing, Fwl, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and use of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students are required to furnish
' . , - 1 r. . . L. ... -
ttieir rcxms. rjigineenng, rrencn, jpnnisu, ocriiuii,
Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing each $10 per Term
of twenty weeks. m -
Suith-uts under 14 years of ago will not be admitted.
' By the aid of Military Discipline; effective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promoted.
: For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
any Member or the Faculty, or ...
. 1 B. R JOHNSON, .
' July 23 w2m. '-''' '" ; 3' Superinteudnit.
T O B A C0:0
'' ' l " TO TlilASE EVERYBODY AT '.'
V ; U - O Ia Va S A- Ia
RANGING1 frem' thirteen-eeuts to one dollar' lr
pound, purcliased with a view to
t HARD TIMES,
And will be sold with the same "hideous monster," ia
fulj vit-w-. , ! ; j. - . '
AJso, " litucli liirgerstock of
Cigars, Snuflt, Pipes, &c, .
Tlian can be shown by any other house in the State.
AH of which will be lower than can be bought else
where Iu the city.
--ttug.25-tf - -"- 44 Uuion street
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank J. BitterlicH, ,
Na, 16 ' Dcaderick- Stcct, Up Stairs,
i.. ' ":. ' r XASIIVILLE, TENN.'," .
- KAKuTACITJEjIR AKD DEALER IS .
Uuus, Uilles ;m llslos.
All work warranted to be of the fuwut Morkmanship
uq ut me uiu( fiuprriur quaiiiy .
jff Ki'jiairiug done m the beet manner, and war
CAS K E T S,
.. lOCSiurcH Street.
N a sit v i 1 1 e , Tennessee.
'V A W V V S i ) Vi S,
Job Loto of Boots aud SUoes.
WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bur
gain for cash, or four months prompt pnp r. Call
immediately a? they must be sold, ut our Ware rooms
up EtairsN'o. 71 if. -jUD2--tf.
TRABUE & LUCJS.
OirKCII AXOK&SOX jOHl B. ASDERSOX
CiiniCH ANDERSON & CO.,
IVo. 50 Colleco street,
mar 29-1 f
I O i 1 H BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oats, just received
1UUU aud for sale by
marH.-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO. .
Hungarian Grass Seed.
t E have ou baud a large quantity of the liest
V Hungarian Grass Seetl, wbicu we are seluug
ow CiiUJ;CU ANDERSON A; CO.
E huve just received a large let of TAR, and
VV are offering it at the lowest tiguie
mar2-f CHURCH ANiiEkSO & CO.
I I E have in store a larte qcautity or the bepl of
VV all kinds ol the purest HU1SKY. All ye lov
ers of tlte essence of corn givo ns a jss:ne call.
marU-ti CHURCH ANDEK.-ON As IX).
ATUL' can find , at all times, at our store, all kinds
X. of Grot eries, such as sugars, Coileo, Molasses,
i-vrups, te..rKc, .-c.
mar-id-U- tTlURCH ANDERSON & CO.
1 .ECEI VKD a supply or Ln.breltas r Si:k, AI;ac
ii ca, Gingham uud plain Cottuu some extra hu ge
and -ml others Email for Summer use
apri-lf J. H. UuGlLL.
X OTHER iuvoice of srasonahle UuderitAtr ol
il Gauze Silk, Gauze Meriuo, Cashmere, Liuen,
Lisle Thread .J.iccouet and Cotton received and for
sale by J. II. McGlLL.
rpANNEU'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Itrd Oil, Coal oil
1. Iiit. e.f Oil. for aale at
lAb3-"-ti RINS BROWN At Crt.S.
Fresh Corn Meal.
rilHE ubscrber bad made arrangements wnh one
JL of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family Me-.il, and is now
receiving 3000 busiiels which ho offers to the City
Trade ul slight advance over cost and carriage
- 4 A. JENKINS,
my 12 13 Market ii ceL
IHdeToin Leather Store.
DKIRKPATKIOK SONS, No. 31 Softs Tbird
. Stkkkt, between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, nave for sale
DRY SALTED SPAXISII HIDES,
Dry aud Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner's ar.d Currier's Toids at the lowest prices .and
upon the best terms.
j&A" Allkinds ol Leather in the rough wanted, tor
winch the highest market price will be giveu iu
cash or t ikeji 111 exchange for hides, latiier stored
Ilea of charge and sold 011 commission. .
WE have ojicncd our Ice IJcpot in the rear ef
the Slate Bank, and will Kelt as cheap as any
in the market that is as good. Our ice is lroui Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, aud made
exclusively of the best Spring Water iu the talo, from
four to eight incnes thick. We will open a deoi on
South Cherry street a iC. McCrary'a grocery store
about ihe r''- 4' A
marlo-ll B F-lkJ.. GARRETT
'Volmcets S;ic t;ys
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK A. M.
.S This arrangement is made for the puroposeol
boia accommodating buy ci sand planters, and 1 hope
wilt be satisfactory . .
oiarl7-tf - 1 ' VII 11 1.
Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brands Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver Leaf, Youug Ilysou, Hoaqu
Mixtures, Imperial and Black.
rorsaioby , .
apr21-tt RAINS, BROWN
1 T t DOZKN Flower Pols, assorted sizes, for
lUv sale by RAINS, BKuWN Co.
Ground Feed lor Stock.
AN' additional supply just received and for gale
by BENJ. F. SHIELDS it Co.,
may 10 27 College street.
C IsaiS. COAL OIL a very superior article, just
) received aud for sale by
feb-25-tf - . RAINS, BROWN A: C
i.o;i Oil Coal Oil
J. It. FilViaAY & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,
Manuluured in " Louis, Mo. -rl
HIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the purest
X Spriug Water oeorderizcd d-.ea not crust ihi
wick or sn.okc the cuimi ey the best tdl made iu
the East or West,ard took the first premium at tue
U31 St. Jouts Fair. Ouo trial is all it nee is to re
coumicnd it 10 gei crai use. Wo have received a
supply of this supt.rior Oil, which we are onering to
the trade by the b irel only at manufacturers price.
- .. AtlZELL, HOOl'EK & CO.,
aprll-tf Bu Nos. 0 and 8 Miukel fct
Coal Oil Lamps.
DOZEN Coal Iimfi, of various styles, filled
with the ceelbr ited Collins Burner, tor mile by -
Ieb25-tf RAINS. BKOWN i tU
, 18 6 0.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
im are now in receipt of a completo slock ol
VY Umiiiim Harden Seeds, of the growth ol
ISh9. including alt the Uiaereut varfenes i
CaanQour Salfiljr, "
. Parsley, : , ,. Nasturtium,
Pepper, . Pepier Grass,
F.udive, ' ttrroh?,
I Sean s, Mustard,
Rhubarb,"' v KggPlaat, 1
Kobl Rabbi, Asjtfirapns,
' Bronoli, '' Okra,
Cucumber,' ' "Spinach,
' Kale '..-..-Blue
Grass, Timothy Clover, Herds Crars, Millet,
and all other kind3 of Field Seed on hand during tu
vAiuntry hanls supplied with Garden Seed on
l,f I BROWN CO.
OUR stock of Full Bosom Shirts is again complete.
For r..oIncs8 and comfort we eon.ruend them aa
being particularly appropriated the present hoi sea
son. We have also a email lot of Pud Bosom Shirts,
together with an endless variety of plamor ftyles.
Wo have also received another lot ot havdsome
Keck Ties, Gloves, Handkerchief, Pressing Robes,
Suspeoder, Half-bofe, ie.,:c. - Alo,a re-supply 1U
Seasonable L M'rK-Vt h.Alt. can ana eeo our uoojs.
We are determlued to dispose of them at very low
figures, heme auxioug 10 reduce our slock.
june22-tf ' J H. McGlLL,
Something to suit the Times
Hungarian Giasa Seed.
a t v. Wv: T TJlR
AA 1 - ff J ,
- X0. 14, MARKETSTREET, f
IN anticipation of a failure in the" Fodder and Corn
crejui, woufci suggest the propriety of tiuwing Uun
guriau GrasaSeeoexteuaively, of which he haa it ill
ifii s aniuilr. AI40 & .niMil lte ftt f
Which w 111 mature in from 45 to 60 DAYS. Th arti
cle bas ueen already tried iuu seasoB,aud ia highly
rcvuiuuiriiiii-u uy buiuc va uu r oeai Lif ini'ry.
aug3-tf Ko. 14 Market Street
T 15 ' E : 4 if O XV 'Kl
ESTAB1.1SHEI " ;
. i - .
-,r !...-! -; -j- PTT?1- MAINTAIN
- ..... j
Their Superior Reputation
'Vailovs, Uool anil Shoe,
Harnes3 and Carriage Makers
THE FA3IILY MACHIXK
SrVS 11TII ;
Light and Heavy Work, ,
LICHTEST TO THE 1IEAYIEST CARHEXT
Cash Premium of $50
- Is ottered to our PATRONS for "the
l.csl Specimen of Sewiup:
Exhibited at the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, com
mencing September 10, I860.
CUE HUOiJ., Agents, "
aug4-tf 63 College street, Nashville, Teua.
WHEELER & WILSON
ST E Si ii AHEAD
Challenge all Competition.
It ia flic- Only Machine
, OK ITS KIND
v I iki n 7 Tr i i
"tiNE eau ciinjare with il in construct kiu as to dtt
!. rability. Consumes nothing for repairs. In beau
ty of design and finish it stands uurivalled. In point
f elegance and practicability of work done it raouot
be approached. There being no tension un the lower
thread the opposite being the ease with every other
Machine the work will not be drawn. In fact, it ia
altogether rapcrllous to multiply words at this late day
U3 lo the merits of the Wheeler ir. Wilson Machine. Iu
popularity is world-wide and co-extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but to praise in unmeas
ured terms. Teua of thousands are using them t lirough
the entire range of purpose and material for Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see tlie new Marking Guage-and Instrument
or Stitching in Cord.
Xew Style Machine Fifty Dollars!
C It. 1'AKSOS, Agent,
auglT-if CM0N STREET, XAsTfYlLIJi
HI 1 4 11 E ' S
Ofiice Ao.'il Cotlege street,
OPPOSITE SEW A SEE IMrSE.
E. L. WHITE, Agent.
A. RIVA & CO.,
IMPORTERS s . .;
Direct through the Custom -houscof Nashville,
. AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, rortugal, Germany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil, -,VU13L11CSIaIa1,
IVo. 30 1'ortli lUarket street,
(Next door, aoove the Watson House,)
N ASli VI LL.K , THIS x ESSKK.
WE have established housein this city for the
purpose of veudmg tine WINES, BKANlHES,
3tiARS,&c, ko. , and keepconatantly on hand sev
eral qualities of Vines uud . randicB, which have
never before been imported into this Slate.
We import our Goods direct, (one of our firm being
in Europe much ofhwlimejand PAY THE CCSTOM-
UOlSK DUTIES ON ALL 1 UE OKEIb. AKUUJ.
HEHEio the city .which fact, wclhiok, alone should
. CrosM 'Vicr V .mica.
IHESashTilleaBdNortU-westem Railroad Com
. nanv.wish tocontractfor 40.000 CEDAR CROSS
rikS,t"cetlong, Cinches thic., well hewn, to face
it narrowest nlacc not less than 8 iuches clear of
bark ;tlmber to be sound ; to be delivered aUhcgrade
line of the road iu Nasuviile.
'fhecontractorswautloconfudfor 30,000 VHITK
or POST -OAK TIES of the same irize as the aSove.Vo
be delivered on the line of the road in piles from
aecliuulllo section 24 .enough ou eacbseclien to.
supply the same.
Persons wisultigto out win iireci lamn rreeiueui
nd otroctorsof iCo Nashville and Norlii-western
tailroauCompouy Nashvilhj.rcnuessce. .
ART GALLERY !
Of Amcdcau Portraiture.
Corner of. Union and CoLles streets.
riMJIS establishment, the most extensive in the
1 Southwest, still eoBtlunes to ne tue resort ol
the fashion and beaut; of our country, which fully
endorses the 9entimenl s of thousands, ll.ati l jst.c
great EMPORIUM for s ' ...
. anu Auibroiypes!
Atlhlthousea pi. turesare warranted io plea. cor
no harire will be made. ,
We oc!desierially invitet hecommuBity au.l our
friends ia general to visitour great Hallo l Portrai
ture, where pictures of tbn moat celebrated State a
meu and Divines can be seen, vis: His Extelleucv
PretddeatBechauan, the Vise President, His Excel.
lencyGov. Johnson, lion. Cave Johnson, A. V
Brown.J.A McEweu,Eph.H Foster , aud a Ihous
audotheiaofceUI rityaishopt Pierce, Kavunauzh
i. .i. t.. . .. ... t. . i . ... r
rjigar, c. ,c. ......
iHipiesoi iucuoTecau oe had at a ow prices
nj unto. aprl--tf.
THE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
Gallery, corner of College aud L'nioa streeu
Daguereoplype Picture ef deoeased persousean her
becoppied and thrown up to the Jjfc Site portrait
i icajiocaiiann see specimens. '
c. c. nconEs:
Principle and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype
rigntm aashville. - . . . auv21-if
Sell only Genuine iiaporlfd-Goods.
Ours lock ef Domestlcand Havana Cigar. very
arg,to which we respectf uiiy invite the atwaliou u
he public. Woalwaysgaaranlee every thiag wesel
o e. the pore smote, ne ehoatd he usppy lo re
eive a call from ail dealers aud eousumer wbb
hey visit the city, as weare iuU&Kii DETEh
)uly2s-lf A. RIYA CO
ii 1 ;
ROYAL I7AYANA LOTTERY.
T1HE next ordinary drawing of the Koyal Havana
Lot"J'. conducted by the Spanish Government
a-.r. Per u ''"' Captain Ge.eralot Cob.
wd take place at Havana, on - i
Tuesday, October 2nd, I860.
i , O O 1Q L. Ia A IV S
SorteoKamer 645 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 loIlars.
1 Prizeof $100 OOO , 5Q ' " " ... . ,
I - 60,000 I 60 ' I',
1 " ' ...... 30,000 1 loS ' "
1 " 20,000 20 Approximations. tLBO
1 - 10,O09 - .
4 Approsimctioiistothe $100,0t0.f (GOOeaeii i
of 4c0 to 60, Owl; 4 of 4o0 to SO ,000; 4 of 400 to 2ti,
300; 4of 400to $10,We.- ...
VTIiole Tifkets $SO; Hstlves 10
- Qustrters) $5.
Prises cashed st sight at 5 per cent discount.
BilUon all solvent Banks takes at par.. . i
A drawing will be forwarded asseon as the result
irT orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dressed to DON KODiUGCEZ, (care of Cut Post)
Charleston, So. Ca. . mayi-td
FKMiLE COLLEGE LOTTERI!
' -CHARMiED Br THE 8TATK LV ism
j IV. C. Dawsoa & Co., Manager.
7k O V u 1a"sC 11 1 1 u
rOUCY PLAY LOTTnilY!
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, aud pay any amounlfora ticket they ma
Extra Clasa 2, Draws Ort. 3, 1S9.
And on every succeeding day Sunday excepted)
at 4 o'clock, P.M. '
ArlathisSheme,th6reare "S Nambers placed
in tue Wheel Trom 1 up to la and twelve of these
Numbers are draws frvw the Wheel. If a person
selects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is among the Naaibers drawn, he gctsn-e times the
amount invested. If two selected a ambers are
drawa.be gets thirty for on s ; if three selected Num
ber are drawn, be gets two hundred for one; it four
selected Numbers are drawn , he gets a thousand tor
oue;it Bve selected Numbers are drawa, Ave thous
and for one; if ix selected Numbers are drawn, tif
teen thousand to one Keimemler, if two, or more,
selected Numbersare taken, and all of those Nam
bers so selected arc not drawn among Ute Twe.ve
Drawn Numbers. the Ticket is a Blank.
Our Havana Piaa Lotteries
Draw Four (4 i Times a Month.
And are the mostliberal of any Scheme ever offered
For particulars, uddree, - -
W 0 lUtVSOX H CO .Managers,
0,-t- Macon, and SavaHnah. Ga.
,r . .. r4
- - S A
; House-keeping Made Easy.
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES willaiwavs
Insure good wholesome bread. For IS rents you
can get one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will make ao
large loves of the bent bread.
SOO CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
expreas Almost every family ia towa has ued u
For Spring clesuing it is invaluable for washing
Paint, Lookiug Glasses, Gilded Work, Marble, Silver
or Plated Ware.
REFRIGERATORS. W have sold a large lot ol
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators, w e have
a large lot coming. They are wsrrauied to give sat
isfaction, as they are not ouiy the best but are the
cheapest kuown. .
aprl4-tf -MACKENZIE h M1NDUN.
WATER COOLERS, &c.
JUST received direct from the manufacturers and
for sale at lower prices than ever before old ia
5 plain Water Coolers,
25 Porceiaia lined do. '
10 McDonald's Refrigerators , '
- 6 Schooley's Paiekldo.
60 Maeser's 8 nunute Freesets. ...
2 Seamore s PaL Freezers. . '
I also make plain Ice Cream Freesers to order iA
auy eise. ... - . ,
bo Dom. Mason's Tat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1
and 2 quarts.
30 dux. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing. ', ,. , '
40 doz. 1 quart Glass r' rail Tars. ,
Ice Picks aad Hatchets
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers.
10 do. PUted Dippers. . ; 7
6 doz.Pat. Eg Whips.
Sprill7 - IT College street.
. .". Sit Lux et Lux Fnit
COAL OIL LAMPS
WEbavcJust received another supply of Coal Od
Lamps, among which are some very handsome
patterns tor parlors, all fitted with theOdlina burner
which is the last improvement and is immeasurably
superior to any other Lamp bow-before the public
for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom f-otn
smoke, simplicity in construction, beauty and eie
ganoe in finish ,cleanhness and economy . One Lamp
will give the lightof four candles aud does not coat
as much as one- The Oil we hare imported to barn
in these l-mi8is a clear, beautiful article, free froin
auy oUensire edor, leaves nog. ease 8 pot when spilt
npua carpet or doming ana win notexpioae.
- AI.S,BKOWM ft CO.
Wholesale ft Retail DruzeisLa.No.ia poblic Mmim
NaahvUie Teoo . i.-..r
Kft B3LS. Extra Family Flour; 100 bags Extra
tJJ Family Floor, and 60 bbla Sunerfina Floor.
usl received and r sale by - s- -
" , , A. JtNKINs,
mar.m-tf i ' Ko. 14 Sotitb Market m
G.B. BROWN, ' A. Jf. HOOPER. G. MEELL.
FOREIGN AXD DU11EST1C LIQUORS, TOBAC
. CO, CIGARS, SUTFS.tc., ,
Ni.Gand8 flarktt street,
N AS II V I LLE. T EN N ESS E Ii
WIIISKIE3, BKAKSIE3, WLNE3, ftc.
a nave us store ana tor sale cheap to the trade
125 bbls. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whisky.
kk. Hnurhon WLiiky.
75 bbls. Old Rye a prime anicio. : '
15 bbls Old Rye Warranted Pure. "
Ba btla. Tennesace White Whisky. ' ' ' '
45 bail barrels Cherry Braady. '
25 quarter bbla. Cherry Braudy. ' ' - v 1
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. "' ,
10 bbls. pure RoberUnn Couuty Whisk j
4 bbla pure Apple Brandy. . , '
85 quarter casks Hoiiand Gin. " J i '
75 bbls. American Brandy. ; -.' '
-IS bbls. Sweet Malaga Wiue.
With Cognac,Cauwba Brandy? fte.""-'
jn-tf no MU1X,H0)PEK ft CO.
-. a. Attention All III u
TK have la store, and for sale cheap, a large as
V Bortiaebl of Safes, which for durability , and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled la the
- MTZLl4 HOOPER ft CO.
j-mO-if . r a e. 1 No.'S 8 Market Street.
A Fall and Choice Stock ef Dry Coodj st fo
-':- - '-AT- .
NICHOLSON & IIUAIPnUEY'S
IT P to the time of receiving Spring Goods we wilt
) oOor oar entire stock of STAPLE aud FANCY
v COST FOB CASH.
Oar obiect ia limut this is to r.aace our pr caput
Stne.s as much as possible before getting new foods.
I'p to that time all who wish to buy rheap goods
will do well to call on as at No. 2, Soutq nde of the
Square. - Jau2-tf
S. B. GLASCOCK.
Q. . KSWKOM.
Opt. Collier st. , nmt doer to Merchants' Bak ,
0 alert in and Areata for Uie;fttreiMa and
sals of . ' . i ,
Eentin? Houses or Laed la thilsityer eona
try. will also give their nndivided atten
tion to the Collection of CUims, tttgou.
. tion Loans, &e., o.
. E. R. GLASCOCK
T7TLL aueod to all sales ef Property of aver
W deescription .ith.ria lowucr coactrT,