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Government ef the fruited States
. iUw TJa EXMDllTC. - ?' i!
Jans Bccaaxax, of P. , President cf tXe V. Slate.
Jon C. Bcoxmdgi, of Ky., rc President.
Ulrf. Tba Cabinet. V-
Lawn Cub, of Michigan , Secretary if StnU.J ,
Howni Cobb, of Georgia , Secretary ef tha Treasury.
ISAAC TotcsT, of Connecticut. Serretnry of the .Vary.
Joan B. Flora, of Virginia, Secretary ef War. ' ' -JotBMiAa
H. Black, of Penn., jtttnrney General. -
Jaooa Tanxrsoy, of His. , Secretary tf the Interior.
Aaos V. Brow, of Tenn., Pottmaiter General
Tbe Jndlelary. . ,i ."
STPREVE COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
Rock B. Taxrr, of Maryland, Oii.-f Justice.
Jon MclJU3r,of Ohio, - Associate Justice.
J a VA.m,ut Georgia, ' -
Jew A. Cawrnnx, of Ala., " "
Joant Ca-mow, of Tennessee,
PrrmV. lUxm, of Virginia,
Hiimt Vr, of New York, " -.---.
RmntKC. Gam , of Pen n . , " -
Namas Cximwn, of Maine,
The salary of the President is $25,000 per annum
that of the Vice President $ ,000. Each member of
the Cabinet receives $8,000 per annum. The salary of
the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court is $6,500, an!
of each Associate Justice $,O00.
TheThited Ptnte Circuit Conrt for this (the th
Circuit) t held ' In Nashville on the tint Monday in
March Justice Catron presiding, with Jacob McCavock
as Cleric. '
faTbe first session of the 351h Cor.greas begun on Mon
Iay, Pec.'TOt, 1857. The Vice President of the Unt
ied Slates is President ex -officii of the Fenato. James
L. Orr, of South Carolina, is the present Speaker of
the House of Representatives, and James C. Allen, of
Illinois, to Clerk.. The following Is a list of the Con
gressmen from Tennessee - '
Jon Pro, (American) whose term expires in 1M.
Affoarw Jonxsoir , (Democrat) whose term expires
A. O. P. NicBotaox, (Democrat) has been elected to
tak the place of Mr. Bell, and his term will expire in
First District Amain G. Watkixs, Dem.
Second " . Honn M.yvasd, Amer.
Third " SasnH. A. Smith, Dem.
Fonrth " Jun H. Favmik, Item.
Fifth " Chariiw Ready, Amer.
Sixth " Grk W. JoMDt, Dem.
Seventh" Job V. Wright, Dem.
Eighth " Fkijx K. ZoujcnmE., Amer.
Ninth " J. D. C. Atkins, Dem.
Tenth, " W. T. Avkbt, Iem.
The Senate consists of M meinbrrs. or two from
mxch of the 32 States. Tie House of Representative
U composed of 237 members, as follows : Maine B,
New Hampshire 3, Vermont 3, Rh..de Inland ?, Maasa
busetts 11, Coonocticut 4, Kew York Z'J, New Jersey
8, Pennsylvania 25, Delaware 1, Maryland It, Virginia
13, North Carolina 8, South Carolina , Georgia 8, Ala-ta-na,
T, Florida 1, Louisiana 4, Mississippi 5, Texas 2,
Arkansas 2, Tennessee 10,. Kentucky 10, Ohio 21, In
diana.ll, Michigan 4,- Illinois 9, Missouri 7, Iowa 2,
Minnesota 3, Wisconsin 3, California 2. Besides these,
fie Territories of Utah, Washington, Oregon, Nebras
ka, Kansas and New Mexico, have one Delegate each
la the Mouse of Representatives.
Government or Tennessee.
Ishaic G. Hakkw, Governor.
F. N. W. Rcrto.i, Secretary of State.
James C. LfTTRKLt, Cnmplroller of the Treasury.
Graxvims C. Torhtctt, Treasurer.
JoHt L. T. Snua, AUorni'T General.
The salary of the Governor is $'l,0U0 per annum,
that of the Secretary of State $1 ,5W and perquisiti's;
Comptroller of ths Treasury $2,000 and fees for sign
ng Free Bank notes; Treasurer $1 ,500; Attorney Gen
ral $1,500. The Legislature cousin of i'5 Senators
nd 75 Representatives the Democrats having 18 Sen
ators and the Americans 7 the number of American
Representatives is 33 Democratic Itcpiescututivvs 42.
Supreme Court of Tenussee."
Judges R. L. Carithkks, of I-banon.
Roar. J. MrKrasBT, of Knoxville.
Wk. R. Harris, of Memphis.
The Court meets at Namhyillc the 1st Monday in
December; at Jacksox, the 1st Monday in April, anil
at K.voxvina, the 1st Monday in September.
Clerks Jausb P. Clark, Nashville.
W. II. Stwhxns, Jackson.
J a. W. Cami-iisli, Knoxville
Eastorn Divisiou Sclh P. M. Luckey, Chancellor.
Middlo " S. D. Friers , "
Western " Isaac P. Williamson, "
Fourth " B. L. Ridley, "
Fifth " " ' ' T- Nixon Vandyke, "
Sixth ' " Stephen C. Pavatt, "
TUe Chancery Conrt for the Middlo Iiivision of Ten
nessee opens at Nashville on the flrst Mondays in May
and November; at Franklin ou first Mondays in April
aad October; at Pulaski first MoniL.y in March and
September; at Columbia, third Mondays in March and
September; at Springfield, flrst Mondays in Juite and
December; at Clarksvijle, third Mondays in Aprd and
O-tobet; at Dover, Thursday . after second Monday m
April and October; aud at Lewisburg, ou Wednesday
after the third Monday in February and August.
IT. N. DlslrlrtCourl.
Tha District Court of the t inted States convenes at
Knoxville on the third Mondays iu April and Vther;
at Nashville, fli-st Mondays in March anJ Sept-mher;
nd at Jackson, on the second Mondays iu April and
Circuit Courlsof Teniiefcs.ee.
The Circuit Court of the th Tennessee Circuit, opens
at Nashville on the second Mondays in Januar , May
and September; at Franklin, ou the second M.nd
In March, July and November. Natlutniel Baxter,
Judge; W. a Bate, Attorney General. There are four
teen Circuits in the State, and a (Vrmt Court for Sum
ner county, which is huld by the Judue if the Crinii
nal Courts (tr the counties of Montgomery, Davidson
aid Rutherford, on the third MoutUys iu February,
Jaae aud October.
Hon. Win. K. Turner is Judge of the Criminal Court
for tbe counties of Rutherford, Davidson and Monl-
t mery, and John Shane, Kso,., Is Clerk for this coun
ty. It meets at Nashville on Uio flrn Mouday in April,
August and December.
Municipal Government of Nanhvllle.
Joux A. MtEwiw, Mayor.
First Ward Joh Coitakt and G. F. Jxxna.
Second Ward T. J. Haiiji and W. P. powxa.
Third Ward Johm K. Hi hr aud O. W. Dahur.
Fourth Ward David T. Waiut and J. T. Bkows.
Fifth Ward G. M. Fouu and J. P. Colxmax.
Sixth Ward J. Hay.tui aud Jkmx A. Fimwcr.
Seventh Ward W. A. Davis and Isaac Pai i
Eighth Ward C. II. CoGKand Ira P. JoMca.
Wiujax A. Git, Recorder.
ClillB A. Ft'UJtB, Treasurer.
GonVKCT M. Touo, City Attorney.
As) Nsa, RwYetioe Collector.
JohnIs Out"W, Water Tax Cellecter.
J. M. SBAat'BV, Superuitendent Water Works.
T. J. Haiu, Tax Assessor.
Va. M. Baow.v, Oty Mursbal.
J . J. ErKRarra W. II. ffiitiisitx, Deputy Marshals.
J h.i A.'PJrrrr, Captiln Night Wau h.
F Konurx Makmhaix, W. H. !n riuvajit, Sahi it
J. Sta asr, Joas II. David, W. P. Wat, Wiiuaii f.
McAu ma, R. M. Cavitt, Wa. YASaaoci.u, AixxAsnui
Brass, m, W. U. Bmvklct, Jamir A. Tamisixt, W. II
CaoenioAiT, Jonx Baich, S. McCAunr, A. C. Tttura,
R. M. W tTsos.and W. J- lUuvwD, Night Wau bsueD.
Wm Pix, Keeper of Work IIoum.
R A. Cols, Wharf-Master.
Ja llmeoD. Street Overseer.
Tbs B ard of Mayor and Aldermen meets en tbe
aeeood -nd fourth Thursdays of e h mouth- . .
Ileal (Estate Sales.
A RISE CB1WE FOR SPEClLtT10. IX THE
Most Valuable Real Estate
KVEK 'OPFKIIKD VOll SALK!
WE WILL SELL, w the asuat reuuMbl terms,
nnSEX AVRtS or Z.V. lour &kir.Ka
the city, on Uta MarfriMRboru' lurupike.ua Mill cm,
with a uumuulceut OK 1ST MILL.lu guol runaiug w
dar, all comUeM; togeUicr wito six huudred barreiaur
tinra.M head Stock HogB.ac, ax. Wo will evchang
the above lor Negroes at tha highest market pra-M.
The Mill tua lately undergone a thorough renovatiua
and ail of ita machinery in good repair, making as ooJ
Hour and Maal aa can be wad in Uie a et. Thi u
tha best investment to pay kaudauately that we have
rer proposed to sell. BuYP U U.
fcbla U . cataA
TILLABLE BULBING LOTS FOR SALE !
Ia Zwiag-g Addition.
BY virtue of aaagrseawut botweea in unttersicaol,
w will aU for the awa.1 uf iu psrun omn.-ersil
at Public Auction, on tbe inwik-a, to Um biimt
aer on Saturday, 1 at day of Mar next
18S8, taa kits describes! below IB Eg Addtttt
to Maauvuie, vlai laaa Nal. So, 37, 2H, and Ti no
Ing Avenue, and Fogg J'treet, alwi Low X.. oi,
14U, and 104, on Keveuao Avenue aud Atiwua ivm;
Lots Nua. 121, 1!, suit IU, u Wetotura Mraei:
Lots Nua. 1'2, lio, 1-T, and oa W4more SVmI
and Ftavanaoa Areaua; Lot No. 14,ou Lwiag Avenua
aad High blreet; Lou Noa. VI, M, W, and H, froac
tog on Allison ikraet, and intersected ay tha aaiiroad;
Lou Noa. 9, 10, 11, and 12, truuuiif on Havaaaua
irwu aadTogj Svset, aad miersa kvI by Us JUU
fead. To sals will be without reserve, M a ere (In as IS
asoatha, with iateraM from date, a4 aotea wna goad
scarNy payable m Bank wdl be roquirad, and a iMa
raiataed oa Uia property.
ROBERT C. Ffe-TI R, San.
n-d v. K. rrJl r:si H.
Mrrtothjr aal Just rccatvad ad for Mat by
. . t'
CAUTION TO PARTIES PURCHASING
S. IV. PIKE'S
THE undersigned, manufacturer and sole
proprietor of the above brand of Whis
ky, would resectiilly inform liisciistomersC
and purchasers of this celebrated brand, that mere
lias appeareu m me tiiarieston ana oilier boulliern
markets a counterfeit of the above Whisky, being a
poisonous imitation, branded similar to bis brand ; II
passes under the name of S. N. Dike's Magnolia Wbis
kv, Cincinnati, Ohio, and other names similar to S. N
Pike. As there is no rty iu this city of the name of
s. . Dike, It is inlrued to Impose and deceive those
who would purchase the genuine brand. I make this
statement to put parties ou their guard, as there are
several persons in the east ami west making an imita
tion, and using niv name with a slight alu-ramm.
have anal) Z' d several sampli'ii of this counterfeit
brand, and found that it contains a deadly poisou; this
fact alone impel me to taction ihe. public protect
those who are liable to be uece.ved, anil prevent the
evil results attending the use ol tins ssonous imita
tion. I also hereby caution the counterfeiters of my
brand that I will prosecute; them to the full extent of
the law. Tbe genuine S. X. Pike's Magnolia Whriky
is distilled from the best qualities of live and Corn
and U warranted free from anv deleterious or oliuox
ions compound, it being a pure and healthy beverage
Many arties have reeently commenced making a
brand of Whiskv camko Magnolia, but they are an
imitation of my trade brand ; so be careful and get the
only geninue Magnolia Hhuky made in the t inted
i-Utes. aud distilled only nv me.
sit M l. N. PIKE,
Nos. 1H aiid 'M Sycamore street,
apr20 ly Cincinnati, Ohio.
W. AY. HAMIaU aSi CO.,
Portable (irir.dinp: and Boiling
N'os. 48 aud b0, t'jiht Kiclith Street, between Broad
way and Syramoie,
WE FLRMSI! A CO.lirLETE MILL AT (J50.
rpiHIS comprises French Burrs, 30 iin-hes (in iron
X Jramr). Itolling llii-st, two pairs or conveyors,
two sets of Elevators, with llelting and Gearing, all
ready to run; Keel 3 feet in diameter and ltf feet long,
ami snii tioiung t lotu, ( nesi nuti-n Anker tiranu )
We guaranty tins Mill to turn out
Fifty Iiarrolof Flour ier Day!
We build large sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machines, Flour l'ai kers, kc, aud furnish
Knglnrs, Holier) and 71111 Gearlnaof
The best Dutch Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Belt
ing of all sizes at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, sent upon application
witn stamp eucioseu.
f:bl7 U7 W. W. II AMER 4: CO,
pro (Booh, ftr.
Uveal ttavniis fov IV.xsU!
V7"E 'lave ou hand a very Lirre and elnpant stock of
v T AI.E AMI FANCY JUKI'S, that we are oiler
ng at very !o prices for cash. Our stock of DRICSS
SHJk.S u, wry Lire and eoniplete, consulting in part of
t-legant Ilobe a finite
' " IMaid "
Rich Satiu Striped and l'laid I'oplms at very low
With a lart'e and t'l.-kaiit as-ortiiienl of rich Moire
AiitMjiira, bom-lit m job. mi. I will l sold greatly less
than iinMru-rs cum, with s full hue of best makes of
Black tnlks, very low for rash
W. A. a- J. G. M--a.EII.AND.
TJncurrent Money at Par.
ITTE Will Like all "Free Hank" inonev, 0coee,51iel
M byville, Ijiwrencebiirg. and Dnndridpe at par,
for gMils. W. A. A; .1. (;. I.HJ.AMI.
N. B AS we intend dnu.K an exclusive rash husl
ns this yenr, we i!l close O'H our present stock at
unpreesnted lo pi iri-s lor casii.
Jaii2i tf W. A. J. O. MfC.
II. C. 3IcNAIKV &, CO.,
LAunx hkiikics i m Kiyns
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods,
NO. 55 COLLEGE STREET,
"1T7K HAVE now in store an nnnsuallv large and
I eleKMiitlv assorted stock of Kali and Winter tioods
of evry description, aud we are prejar-d to oiler
greater inducements to iersons u ishmir articles in our
line, tnau it lias ever lHeti our pleasure to iio. thir
stock, both tin to quality ami variety, will cnni-are
with any iu the country , and our prie-s shall he a low
as it is sMPiilc ior them to le. Citizens and strangers
visiting the city wilt do well to tfive our slis k tin early
and thorough examination, as vt led weean make it to
their interests. We would call the attention of tha
buyers particularly to the following departments iu our
(Drrss Good a.
Elegant Three Flounced Silks; I
" Two "
' Ihmhle Pkirt "
" Bavadere " .
" Dinner '
" Kobea-a Quilie;
" Morning Kotvs;
. FnnUxl licUuuea
fegether with an endless variety of uHsiium and
low priced Mks, in Flounces, Uobcs a-Uuille, and Iy
tha yard In I'laiu, l'laid. Slried, and Bayadere, also
Satin Faced and DoubiivTw died Meruns-s and Cash
meres, (ireal variety of all Wool and I'nlon Fl.uda,
uousaeiaim-a, and every linug new aud desirable iu
Cloak, Maxl, and Si arf.
We hav uow thu iarueet and most elcfaiill) asortrd
stock in this way ever aeen In the country , nwny of
wuh-11 were unpolled ry llessis. A. I. Mewrtt o. ,
t Vw-York, rtpresHly lor nr .iles. In Velvets, we
have them at all prices Irom (IS to t.lsl. shave
also Blac k and lirey ("loth ami lu-aver lalinas aud long
I'hiaks, etc-, for ladiea and children in all qualities, at
Irom three dollars up. Mia Is iu nil i'b au t quali
ties, both a-tuare and liHig, Irom thu uii ordmarv to
the nioat eli gant. Also just received a fresh invoice
M tboao ig Uit bigk-coiored, all Mlk , Cheueie Shawls,
aatars leauy ovauiuui.
Lares and KrobroMerlee.
In this I'.ne uur stork is superb mbrac:ug all tha
novelties W the s-ar-oo- - Cullsraaud Mocvea separate
and in eetta, both for colors so t uionrDing; elegsut
ruioai tens aou t(aouaerrmet, (au- halls, real and
imiutiou: Jaconet and hwiaj ra:.ini-s and Vluiiue.
ng. Keal VlnaeBnfw,FotntAp;:iu Laeca, Joaart-
lugs, etc., etc. , .
t, 10-4, iO by 1', by U 4, to uy in 4. Damask.
Tabic rictus, 8 4, 7 4, K-4. kud 10 4 labia k,mss4 by
tbe yard. All si4St(Vhvf-d Wis. I, Cututi, and t'nitiw
TableOoths, I laid strntst Told ueii.-, Nai kius, t-
getiier witliall kinds of l-tapcrs, low Imgs, MarKxtllna
VfoiHs. etc., rt.-. Aim all wsltii Mton and
Kneeling, Itllow l iio lis, tsin.rstn .r., rtc.
' Curtain Good.
FJeganl ulia latiuoa, ui ull CoJ.-., with Irimmuigs te
malcu. Klegaut Kepa.lu thluu wlm, w.tU Uuniiuoga
to luaicb. IJigaut !jce Xumim Cutaiu, ait Wuul,
Lnioa.and tutua iamaK,ln great iriety , togetner
with Curaicea, urtaw-llns, aud Haa .
t'arpetlnsa and III-"loll.
Ttwtl Wilu-n t ariwte. FJntattt elvet aud Bnnseht.
la great vjsl. FVganl S l l and lugrama, tha Iu-
grams thu Urui and U t atnt s Ut vr
odKred. and at Korer urwr. - Atsw Velvet and Bni
arU I lair and 1UI1 rarp-ta; Tr:ll-d aud I'Uin enetian,
in all wnltlis, !'tlu wiiU Fill. 1'ruygpts.Ounib
CWtbs, Hus, Mats, rU-, tUu Ue ar irered to
auake and put duwa t'arpvts at the sitot lni toa-. We
hava a large k4 lour oA IT-tUa of lim U-et niakes.
and is) all asttua, Ua4 wdl cut in aoy anapa la
Ktapie i.o "aa.
We hava aa unusually bmta bt f all kinds of Do
mrdc t""d: likw-hed and Brown t'iis; Wool,
lasM,' aiel tAHU lUnueia, huiid tV4toua lit er
vauu.ia gruat amety; Heavy (ar awsuea and
eld aor vasts. I'nuu, Uiughauia, Hoaiecy, Ciovrs, In
short every tLing tn uur Uue, and at prarea lUat caaaot
latl to giva SaUalaA-tAua.
Jsu- 8. C. ycNAi&T k CO.
lib VD K CO.,
Ucal liHlale, esvocf, ?tc.
C will jr the kigbeat pnea ft likely young
HImvIiML J Bia V . .
(:;uad w ua. We wdl kmp coo.iant!y an band aa
au. CLcxrv auaaL, iiaaaviiia. I tan ' - acjn
C VI TtlZU RATKD jj
t. a. saowa
RAIXS & BROWPf, r
Druggists' and Prescript Ionist,
No. 19, South aide Public Square,
A COMPUTE awaortmentof English and
American LbemicalM, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and genuine ex
tracts, select Powders, Ac, always on
band. Flavoring Extracts, such as Lem
on, Rose, Vanilla, Bine Apide, strawber
ry. Celery, Almond, Raepberry, Beach and twangs
extracts for flavoring. Ecst Bermuda Arrow Root,
Isinglass, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Ac. at
, Jan 29 RAINS a BROWN'S.
1 finn GALM)XS Tanner's Oil, best quality Just
received and for sale low by
RAINS It EK0WN.
BRISTOL llUlfK Ii:ST,and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polwhtug gold, silver, brass, glass,
Ac. ; a new article: for sale by
jan2 RAINS k BROWN.
FvcsH Caavucia Seeds.
WE ara now in receipt of the most extensive stock
of Garden Seeds (embracing many new and
valuable varieties,) ever brought to this market. They
are all of the growth of 1857. and from the following
houses of well known reputation:
Dr. Landreth 4: Sons, Hiiladelidiia. -
Tlie American Seed tiarden, Witherstlcld, Ax.
Risley's, Frednnia, New York.
Shaker C.arden. South fnion, Ky.
Inscriptive Catalogues from the above nouses ready
for gratuitous distribution. Call and get one.
In addition to the above, we have a large supply of
the most usual varieties by the pound, and Beans and
Peas by the bushel.
2000 Paper Flower Seed,
Just received from the celebrated house of Johnson,
Rnbbins k Co., 2,000 Papers of Flower Seeds. Tbe
lovers of Flowers have now a larger and better assort
ment from which to make their selr-ction of seeds than
they have heretofore had in this cltv.'
: - RAINS' BROWN,
No. 19 South Public Square,
janl3 tf Opposite the Market House.
JO. G. n now N,
42 College Street,
!Vaali vllle, Tenn.,
Dealer in Drags,! Medicine, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs, Faints, Oils, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fine Soaps, Hair and
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
I tancy Ooisis, the stock, us usual, Is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lubins'
and Razinx' Extracts; French, American
and German Cologne; Delluc's and I u
bin's Sachets: Hair Brushes: Metal, China
and pajsT I'utT Boxes; Shell, Finn, and Dressing
Combs, Ac, for sale by JO. G. BROWN.
Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!!
1 ff Bt'SHELS Kentucky Blue Uras, stripped;
1UU SO " " " " clean;
150 " Herds Grass;
111 barrels pure Timothy: also,
Candretli'a Garden Soeda a general assort
ment uarranlod fresh.
Cabbage Seed 10 lbs. large Drum -head Cab
bage; In lbs. Flat Dutch Cabbage.
Asparagus Hoots two years old, grown by
Mr. E. irabue.
Strawberry IMan!) Very fine varieties from
Mr. Henry Driver.
Uyandolt Prollfie Corn which yields from
IS to burn io to the acre, at
JO. C. BROWN'S,
Jau29 -a College street.
STO.K WAKE of every description for sale
by JO. U. BROWN.
VKTISTS C l.)ItS in tubes or every de
scription, for sale by JO. ;. IIUOW'N.
CGltr.SS and Kni'lllG WATEKS
always ou hand, which I receive direct from the
Springs. JO. 0. BROWN.
IOU TIIIC HA III Mrs. Allen's Restorative;
Jan29 Jo. G. BROWN.
LOMIO I'OKTEIt-A very superior article
made by Barclay, 1'erkins k Co., in pints slid
quarts. Jo. G. BROWN.
COI MVEIt Oil, S gross just received
preiared by liedgeman, Clark Co.
jan'J9 JO. G. BROWN.
MO0f;i:il.tLA AVIIISKV. A very
superior article, guarauliud to be pure.
Jan'-'U JO. G. BROWN.
BI.I E LICK WATKII in half barrels and
in pint butties, for balu al Louisville prices.
Jani JO. G. BROWN.
A. II. HO SCO 12,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IS
llruga, medicine, llyf-MuU',
I'erlamerj, Palntn, Ollaa
Glaaa, Brualien, AVlilte Lead, Ac. Ac.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
I HAVE constantly on hand a large and
well selected stis'k of the uhove arti
cles, together with a large assortment of
Fancy articles: all of winch is oilerea for
sale on the most accommodating terms.
Alum, " noo pounds;
Arrow Moot, 100 sunds, B'rmuda and Florida;
Brimstone, 500 pounds, reliued ;
Custor Oil, 200 gallons;
Copiwras, 'jo barrels, prime green;
tYeam Tartar, 5 barrels;
Gum Camphor, loo Muudd;
Indigo, 5sj pounds, Fiue to Common;
- Matider, 1 ,M)0 pounds, first quality;
Siis-r Curb. Soda, 4,ihj0 pounda prune;
Hour Sulphur, 500 pounds.
All of which is ottered at the lowest prices.
ju29 A. H. BOSCOE.
Selling Off I nder Cos! Price.
trimmed and unlrinimed: Rich (touiiet Kibbons, i viich
Flowers, Fvalliers, I'lumcs, Mobair, lleiul drws, Sillt
Vt'ils, ktl-Gloves at 60 cents a pair, i'lc Nic (iloves,
Silk-Gloves, assorted odors; I nibroideries, Micmi
setls, I'ndersleeves, Worked Collars , Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, Jaconet Floum itiKS, laces, etc. A
general aworiinent of Jlillmery Goals complcU. Now
IjuIh s is you time to buy lancy Gooits cheap for rush,
as there will be no credit git PU. Ri iiieintsT the place,
No. IU Cedar StrceL J1K. S. J. LLO I.
WE WILL OPEN ON
Thursday, Stl or October,
IVeiv York .Millinery Emporium,
32 I'nlon Street, KaanvlIIe, Tenn.,
V MATCH LFK- asMorUiient of RICH PARIS FAT
TUtS tUl.NXETS and
consisting of larce and varied asennments of every
novelty and gem that could be procured at the Fash
ionable Paris Openings in New York.
Mrs. Is.yle having long aud attentive experience in
the Millinery Business, and having s-ronally aeiccled
the SU'k,he Oatti-rs herself tli.lt her selection will
please tlie most fastidious. In Fashionable Goods, the
rus k, ou examimitiou, will be found replete with ev
ery article desirable in Ladim' lursand lloaks.a well
as Millinery.' Every vaiu ty uf Butiuet MaUruls,suu
atde for the season.
aa Old Douuets retrliurued aud reuovatrd in 9iiie
rior style. oci.V if
Spring aud Summer Hounds,
A N l"
Rich Paris Millinery,
Importations tor 1858.
would feiiectfully infwm eor 1tr friends
and the country trade that we will be prepared to
show tliem tbe largei and BKt splendid stock of the
above sols evr opened weat ot the A I lot ban y Menu
Uins by tba loth to 1Mb March. Tbu stork will be
purchased eiciukively wah cash and at extremely low
pevrs . and will sell at short jroKis for the cash oniy.
'Aa have a iurga stock at deniable goods in store
that we are bound to run out. ai any pra'r, by the 1st
of March. So call and g-t grrat bargains in Ka-h
Fancy f Ion nets, A.,- , faria rlowre. Head Itmx, son
bruhWrtes, ana aik Fancy Gomls at Uaif prwm. aa wa
want Ui is ll all Go class gals out. f-r we are now
going iu deal rjkcUxuvvly i Kb u ilalin. r GoJ,,aad
cutuprte tally with Easter a IIoumw, Uboleaala aud
E. Agei t,.
rarisian Millmuiy luaar,
No. 4J, Cuira St., ae&t door U Suia Rack,
Situatad oa Karkst Street,
IV ASH 1 UlAl, TF.N N IISSKI
Aad scat the rllie SiOaxd,
14 asr prn fur tua a-eoniBMslatma of tua
public. Tua faotma has twn Iburougbly
tuui.il and ntl urutsbed. The 1'rwrwtetor it
la dek-rnuned br atumui-a Iu the e anfurt at
itm guests , to atera tba iwlrusta. A tha public
Board nee day , II M
Hrd js-r Igtk ..WW
f.bU If THOMAS 8. WATSON, Frwprietor.
GET THC I1KST.
i PR E C ENll N' t A a BKiTV I E tha premium Fuctara
' I i beyead cotnparttoa taa neat sir is of LkeoaM
Jt tatrndttced, and atanda oihhi a malj (i ;
' LM caMHd faaa tnaca,
. Itenxawrsa caaoot sauahl the as,
; iNtst cmju avar reaca tneta,
"' Rust cannot eers4a than. . - -
Mad aa neretUoraay LA RtXaU:. Comer of fnarry
id Cakxi bur, aud p si up-tua My la at IUaa
prwea. - .
air Mad at ad otaaf roottta. Sada'hiaV .
IN order to make room for my Spring Sbs-k
of Goods, I will sell the balance uf my M's'k rtj f. jfj K
of Millinery GismIs iuiw ou hainl under cost I ril .'U
price. Consisting of Ladies' V'ancv Isuim ts. 1 IilLj
NOEL & CO.,
And Dealer In
1 COHXTIWr I'ttOBVCE,
IVashTille, Tenn. '
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- bxs. Havana Sngar;
gar; S5 bbls. Loaf Sugar; -' V
10 hhds clarified Sugar; 10 " powdered Sugar;
- 'Coffee.' ' "
600 bags Rio Coffee; 75 bags Lagnyra Coffee;
100 bugs Java Coflee; '
4O0 bbls. Pike's WhiFky j 40 do. Fine Brandies;
100 " Ivan's do; 75 bbls. American Brandy ;
8S0 " Wilshire do; 10 " Malaga Wine;
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 " iin;
75 bbls k X bbls. Cherry 60 " Walker's snp. Ale;
Brandy; 60 bones gt. John's Claret
1$ barrels superior Port Wine; ;
Wine; 75 baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Champagne Cl-
60 bbls. pure Rye do; der . .
30 do. Monongahela do;
2S boxes F S. Powell s To- 200 boxes Jack Falstaff
20 boxes Bouthern Belle 30 bxs. Com. Tobacco;
Tobacco; 15 " Industry Tobacco;
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,000 Jenny Lind Cigrs; .
6.000 Josephine Cigars; 30,000 Brands, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market prices
the following articles of country produce.
Pea Nuts, Lard, Cotton Varna, '
Feathers, Tallow, Flour,
Beeswax , White Beans, Meal ,
Ginseng, Peas, Chewing Tobacco,
. Flax Seed, Egs, Peach Brandy, .
- Wheat, Butter, Apple Brandy,
Rye, Rags, Pink Root,
Outs, Tar, Coperage,
Corn, Hav, Orchard Grass Seed,
Millt tt Seed, Hemp, Blue Grass . "
Dried Peaches, Bagging, Timothy ,
Bried Applos, Rope, Herd's Grass '"
Wool, Plow Lines, Hemp "
Bacon, Bed Cords, Onions,
Potatoes, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above
for sale will do well to call on us when they-visit the
city. June 26 tf
U H. I-l.Mr.R.
wa. ran ijps.
b. c. BEVsurr.
JLAAIER, PHILLIPS & CO.,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 39, Mahkbt Strkkt,
Dec. 3 ly.
J1ST RECEIVED JN IX STORE,
rr K BBLS. La. Sugar fair 10 caes Halmon,
I tl to choice. 75 Fresh Cove Oysters,
255 buns Rio Coilee, '.'5 " Sardines,
1.5 bbls. Ia. Molasses, 45 boxes Champagne CI
50 " N. V. Svrup, der, qts. k pts.,
100 I.and Ol. Sugars, 60 boxes Cod Fb-h,
300 packages M. R. Rai-ius, 75 bbls. Walker s XX Ale,
lis) boxes Lovers " 3O0 boxes Har Candles,
100 kittsNo. 1 a2 Mackerel, 300 bbls. White Whisky,
60 bbls. No. 23 ' 60 chots Imperial Tea,
10 tierces fresh Figs, 25 bags Texas Pecans,
75 pocket Java Collee, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Which we will sell to the trade low for CASH.
LANIER, PIUJUTS k CO.
Pec 8 tf. No. ao. Market street.
Fat UU.Mi jtMlERMON, CHI-m-H AXIlKR!ir!r,
Lrbarwn, Tenn. Xcuhrille, Jinn.
P. & C. ANDERSON,
WnoLBXALS CKOCXRK, ntOOI TK AXV
AND DXJILKIUI IX
Brandies, AVincs, AVhisky, &c.,
Dealer In Bacon, Lard and Country
Produce, of every deaerlption,
Aot. 45 and 47 Collaje Street,
"TTE HAVE now in store, and offer for sale cheap,
V T thu following choice aud select articles:
5,000 sacks fine Salt; 200 bags Coffee;
3,000 " coarse do. ; 60 hhds. Sugar, from fine
1,000 kegs Nails, assorted ; to choice;
300 bags Cotton Yarns, 100 doz. Painted Buckets;
assorted; 60 " Cedar do;
500 bbls. rect'd Whifky; 25 nests Tube;
60 " Rye do; 300 IiemiKihns, assorted;
60 " Bourbon do; bbls. Iiaf, Crushed A
50 " Monongehala do; Powdered Sugar;
25 " Sweet Wiue; 300 reams Wrapping Pa
lO1 pipes fine Brandies; per, assorted siz'S;
25 hhls. iin; 200 boxes Glassware, as-
15 " Rum; sorted;
lOO.OtM Cigars, assorted; 60 dor. Washboards:
300,000 G. I. Caps; 6 bags Spice;
60 bxs. Tobacco, afrt'd; 10 " Popper;
250 " Prescotfs Soap; 20 " Ginger;
200 bags Shot, assorted, 100 casks English Soda;
6,000 lbs. Bar lnd; 6 bbls. Brimstone;
6 bbls. Ulaokmg; 6 " Alum;
10 cases Matches; 2 cat-ks Madder;
5 ceronns Indigo;
And every other article In the Grocery line, which
are offered at extremely low prices.
P. k C. ANPERPON,
Oct 17. " Ncs. 45 and 47 College Street.
A. c. carter, kkijx o. s ur. w. c. wilxford.
CARTER, M'KAY & CO.,
Auction and ( onimllon, IKeeelvlus
, and Fvrwardlng -
Fine Brandies, AViues and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, Public Square, .
OUR business will lie continued under the same style
and firm as heretofore, lhaiiklul to our custom
ers and friends, for tlieir liberal patronage, we respect
fully solicit a couunualam of the Kime.
A. C. CARTER,
FELIX . M'KAY,
Jan 26 tf W. C. WnFORD-
YV. II. GORDON CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,'
Market and Front Streets,
Irj fjft BARRELS Julius H. Smith's Wliisky;
,UUl 5011 barrels t henowctirs do;
6oo barrels Old Bourbon and Rye Wuisky;
iu boxes Lne Brandies, 1 doj.-n each. Iu store
and for sale by W. H. UORB0N s CO.
Osiiaburs uiid Sheeting.
inn BALES 7 and 4 4 Osuahurgs;
1UU HI bales 24 inch Bagguig ;
lo balee 7-H Irilluipi:
50 " Sparu, laur. l Hill and Sumner SheeUngl;
1 ,000 bues Cotton Yarns, alt nnmhers; in store and
for sale by W. II. GORIXiN k CO.,
jau'jy Agents for Teiiueiuiee Manufacturers.
Scales ! Scales ! !
VFVLL stoi k of Fairbank's celebrated Scales, Dor
mant, Platform, lirorera. Counter and Beams.
AUo, Hav and Coal Scales, in stor, for sale at Facto
ry prices', by W. II. UOIllHiN" k CO.,
)au2tt Sole Ageiiui for Middle Tennessee.
1 Q HIIIS. Common, Fair, Prune and Choice Lou
IftO Msiana Sugar;
loo barrels crusheil Sugar;
1J5 ' loaf Sugar;
60 " CUirifled Sugar:
60 boxes white Ilavai.a Sugar; in store and for
sale by W. IK CORHON a CO.
infi "'HOI-F boxes Werk k Co'a Star Candles;
1UU 2" half boxca Werk c Co's " "
20" q'Uiru r iM-xes "
SOU Imixi Maduxm Starch;
1 ,000 ITeecett a Co'a No. 1 and ettra Soap;
in store and for sale by W. II. ORlK)N k CO.
O nnn KEGS SlmMiberger'a Nsils, aU sisrs;
m.UUU loo kegs flour barrel naila;
ttr a. at.... t. . . &a
aad for sale by
4, 6, and l inch Spikes;in store
V. II. tiORLON a CO.
a. a. liMira.
B. LANIER & CO.,
No. 6 Market street,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors,
AAMIVILLE, TEX.X. -;
QUICK & MEAD,
Commission and Forwarding
WHOLESALE & BETAIL FLOIS i FEED STCSE
Mtkt OU JVauMaaM f'Umr 1," -So.
II Souta CoUdf Street, Jfaahrilla, Tbju
AtiklNTa fur trtll-iLvul Jliil. Teuneaeee,
New York - "" !
" . Eiaptra Kentucky.
FVir, Feed, etc. . AT PRICES TO fcl IT Tiik. TIMES.
Exira Fauulj FkMr,WBvlnteie, 1.1 'it; KUul 1 o
uper:w lw " Irt
l u. ' 1 . 1 14
l abohad " " S 0i
MiddUnga - " 1 00 M 1 CA
Fbtwia " " " T
Coarae Braa Jde. , FMe aiad Mixed 41 l.o. ( Mnal Ctc.
whan seilitig by the quantity, a liberal discount Will
fee aiwwed as salt aartbaaara.
Ail articlea delivered Iu any part cf tba cuy tree uf
Iba avgneat aanrket prtca paid for ai! kuU a
CMauy prodaca. - -
X autwrwr wuclo of Extra HulWd Ftcasyhauia
Buck a ba( l lear, oa taad aad for a Is V at
kij - QC1CK AXI MEAn.
1 ; '- ........
T. auaaak v. . suaaav a. a. aaaam
HARRIS Ss CO.,
Kholnak Crortn enJ f cnmlulois Sf rrhacti
n-OOea U W. a C0CX CO. WMaua.
MW, i; - v
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEIa, , .
' "(Late Itaaisioii' House.) ' 14
Krt Market Street, 2d dour beloto 1A Sytiore.
JT. GILBERT having taken tba above stand for a
number of years, begs leave to Inform the public
of thai fact, and say to them that tbe house has been
newly painted from basement to attic, and new and
complete furniture throughout. The subscriber know
ing full wen the need of a first cuus modern bote! in
Nashrille, and being in a philanthropic mood, has made
every exertion to come up to the wants of the public,
and flatters himself he baa succeeded. His table will
at all times be furnished with the beet this aud foreign
markets afford, and be pledges himself to make every
body contented and at home a ho will favor him with
Carriages and cmnibusses will run regularly to and
from the St. Nicholas to Steamboats and Railroads.
Trnsty Porters always in attendance at the depot to re
ceive checks for baggage, thus obviating the difficulty
Board per day, $1 25
Lodging, - 40
. Single Weals, 40
. Supper, Lodging and Breakfast. $1 00
Breakfast from 6 to 9 o'clock.
Dinner " 12 to 2 "
Supper " 6 to 8 "
J. V. GILBERT, Proprietor.
Opposite this House, on Market street. are two livery
tables where can be found at all hours, horses, bug
gies, carriages, Ac. J. N. Alexander A Co., and W. T.
Wright A Co., are the proprietors.
Dec. 4 lydtw
THIS New Hotel is now open for
the reception of Boarders, be
ing situated in a central locality to
all the different Bailroads, conveni
ent to the Medical College, tbo post
office and the river, renders it the most desirable place
in the city for travelers and day boarders. Members
of the Legislature, Students, anil the traveling public
generally , are earnestly requested to visit this house.
No pains will be spared to render all who come com
fortable and conteuted. WM. P. BRANCH.
Corner Itlaln and Mxtli Sta.,
THIS well known Hotel, having been thoroughly re
paired and newly furnished, is now open for the
accommodation of the traveling public. Situated in
the most central and business part of tbe city, and
having superior accommodations, the Proprietor huies
by strict attention to business to merit a large portion
of tlie pubiic patronage, liis charges will bo to suit
the present hard times.
Bee. 2 ly J. COMB, Proprietor.
i7vncoia:x To ifsiC
JO. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor me w ilh a
call. Of my friends, and the citizens of Nashville and
Lkividson county, I would solicit patronage. My table
will at all times be provided with the bet-l the country
allords, aud every care will be taken to please all.
lucre is a good Ijvery Stable contiguous to this
house, and the Fayettevifle, Mulberry aud Lyuchburg
Mail and Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday for the above places, at
1 o'clock, P. M., and returning every Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock, A. M., making
connections with the Nashville and Chattanooga, and
Mi'Minnville and Manchester Mail Trains.
Tullalioma, Augiut 13, 1S57. t u
Metropolitan Eating House.
'THI.S fashionable and popular Kit- Ki'fiT'l-m,
-L ing House is just in receipt of a C-51i!i"
superior lot of Fresh Oyaterft, together with all
kinds of (amet which will be to veil up in spliudid
style at all hours of the day. Thankful for the liberal
patrouage' heretofore bestowed uon our house, we
trust by close attention to the wai.Ls of our customers,
we shall coutiuue to merit the same in tlie future.
J. k W. MOORE,
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedar and Cherry sts.
Riddleberger's Eating Houses
SAM RII I iLEBERti ER takes occasion to announce to
the public, that, thu Summer season over, he ha
given up the enjoyment of "rural felicity'' aud return
ed to town. His House is again opened, and he hopes
to see again the smiling fat es of his old friends and
customers, and to become acquainted Willi lot of new
ones. His tables shall always be liberally supplied
with the best our market all'ords, aud a "little more."
THE undersigned are now very extensively engag
ed In the manufacture of all kinds of Cigars, and
are enabled to coinx te successfully with any of the
Eastern cities. One of our firm, who has charge of
this department of our business, being a practical Ci
gar Maker, our customers may rely upon getting such
goods as are sure to give satisfaction, and which we
will guarantee in every instance. We can assure our
friends and customers that we are making as tine Ci
gars as ever came from Havana: we imMrt from there
the finest Tooacco, thereby saving considerable duty,
we are enabled to sell our Cigars when made at much
lower rates than anything like the same article could
be imported, theu why not
Kucourage Home Industry.
Call and examine for yourselves at
JauU LYONS k CO.,
. ' No. 71 Public Square.
HAVING ntirixiU;d the large demand that is soon
to be made for goods of all kinds this coming
Spring, we are constantly receiving and have now ou
hand an immense stock of
Fine Wines, Brandies & Liquors,
OF ALL KINDS
Clgara, Tobaeeo and Sundrlm,
which we are otl'eriug at the very lowest possible pri
ces. &f Particular attention paid to all orders, -aa
LYONS k Co.,
Janl4 No. 71 Public Square.
C. M. STEWART,""
WHOLESALE AND 'RETAIL
GROCER AD COMMISSION MEEC1IAM,
NO. 41, BROADWAY, NA5HVILLE,
AaThe highest Market price paid for Country Pro
duce of all kuirig.-&$
Jan 17 JAwly.
A, O. SWTH.
. r. GITHKIK.
GKO. J. KKWUX.
S3I1TH, GUTHRIE Ai. CO.,
FOREIGN AD DOSFSTIC LKllCRS,
axd jh;ivt roa the sjue or
VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE TOBACCO,
No. &64 Main Streets, botween Second and Third.
Jan 10 dAwtf.
Wc arc offering for Sale for Cash,
CTJGAE, COFFEE MOLASSES,
Soda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper, aas'd,
Tenn. fagging, wide,
Barrel Salt. Pack Salt, Coarse and Fine, and all other
articles usually kept Iu a t.rorery bouse.
Our fnenrta, and tha public in general, aro reeprcl-
fully requested to give us a rail
J. T. MARTIN k CO.,
Comer lirtd aud Market eu.
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!!
THE cnixena of Nashville Bw have aa optwrtuauy
f provsluig tbemoelves with a fultsuppiy of good
CUAL for tbe wmler,by appla-mtioa to tbe Dder.gied,
or to J. M. HAWALVS at tha Axnm Coal Office, Naah
riUe and Caalanotf a Railroad I tepee
)anatf C. E. H. MARTIN, Agent.
nark wheat t Ilockwhealtt
JVTT recaived, 'iOO bags extra-bulled I'enusylvauia
Buckwheat. In ure and fur sale by
Wl'lCK k MEAD.
Delivered to any part of tba city irea of charge.
iv. a. joiixso:y a. co
i COMMISSION MERCIIAXTS,
Irish Linens, Damasks, ic, !.
fMHF. public will (deaaa bear m mssd that the .EN
J. U1NK WAilb are alwaaswaad w aa the full mg
ewtare of tba arm, vis : . . '
: 1UCHAXDS0S. SOSS 0 WDE3T.
J. HILUICKK a J. B. U E. At ecu,
3 Chuna ct.t near tUrclay u, New V"f k,
marl-d3nt - j -
"aTaj. araaa. . a. 4. trtsaT
II. II. 1IAYNBS K CO.,
AGENTS FOS TUE
nrchase and Sale of . Xegroes,
At R. W. racvrw (44 stand, a S4, Cedar atraet,
r Coal Hant and Cook Stores
X7 fcaee raci-rad a ony of the ken ral-
V tars of Lew wv die and Ctua-teati COAL RANG
1 1, wbteb t- waa ua saaalicas aj-uanmy i4 coai and
t iocb wtli put p at the toweet prxw.
Coal Cooklnc Stoves,
.( v annua patt-srae, aarraated a t af Ua am anal-
f, aad ef diaaraaA 'it Wraoirht I C joai g
tistat, what a a aavarr awea easelatd, far mui. f ,
eU or w-y4. - ''.-' I
toaaMTj - - i ff, -
FniE IXSURAXCE COMPANY.
OFFICE North-West Corner of tha Pubhc
, juare, over Dyer Fearl's Exchange -C?V-Offlce
They will take risks on Ewellmcs VrVt
and other Houses. Goods iu Store, against fffifzBCT
Loss or Pa mage by Fire. Also Marin and River has
arda, from aud to all ports.
Negroes against the Dangers of the Eiver.
JOHN . niu Joseph vaitjc.
JAMES CliBREY. TH0MPSOV ANDERSON.
G. M. FOGG. E. A. OWEN.
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS.
A. H. GARDNER. N. F. AIXOWAT.
W. S. EAKIV.
JOSESH VATJLX, President
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. an2S
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organized ,
write roncies apamst i.uss AM' hamagk
BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares, and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against
Ions or damage fcy Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transpor
tation, on the most favorable terms.
Life and Negro polio granted at Current rates.
Office, No. 50 College, East Side, between" Union
Street and the Public Square.
ALEXANDER FALL. HUGH WcCREA.
ANTHONY W. VANLEER. JAMES WOODS.
JOHN KIRKMAN. JOHN H. EW1N.
HENRY HART. Ja. R. C. McNAlRY.
T1I0S. W. EVAN'S. HUGH McCREA.
ALEXANDER FALL, President
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. jan25
SHELBY IRON V0RKS
Car "Wliecl Manufactory,
IV ear tha Suspension Ilrldse,
WniTCOMB ft LEIGO, Founders and Machinists,
respectfully give notice that their extensive
Foundry, Machine Shop, and Forges, are now complet
ed and in successful operations and that they are pre
pared to execute all orders for heavv and light cast
ings, including CAR-WHEELS OF THE MOST IMPROV
In this department thorough knowledge and long ex
perience enable us to challange competition.
Alo, CAST-IRON HOUSE FRONTS of the most im
proved patterns: plain, tinted, nnd Ornamental Col
umns: Water-Pines of all sizes. Retorts for Gas-Works,
and other establishments where required; Steum En
gines, Saw Mills. Flouring Mills, Ac, made promptly
to order, and of the best material, i'urticular atten
tion given to repairing machiuery at low prices and on
Our SMITH-WORKS will he or the most extensive
character: Saw-Mill Works, Stirruiis, Ihigs, I'ltnian
Irous, Saw-Cranks, Dolts, and all kinds of Mill Irons,
made on the shortest notice.
Ah we are practical mechanics wishing to establish a
permanent business, our object will be to pay particu
lar attention to all orders for new or repairing old ma
chinery. All we require is a trial, and we are cotili
dent of being patronized.
N. B We have on hand at present a large assort
ment of Fire-liars for Steam Engines.
Nashville, Dec. 4 tf.
Claiborne's Machine Work?,
THE attention of Railroad Com;uiiM-s, Farmers,
Manufacturers, and all persms desirous of purcha
sing ut home gnxl machinery, such as f-TEAM EN
GINES. CASTINGS, or ever 'description, GEARING,
CAR-tVIIH-!. of the most improved patterns, SAW
MILLS, PUMPS, Ac, Ac. , is reswtfully culled to this
new Establishment now growing up raHdly on the
premises of the late Nashville Manufacturing Coniany.
We intend to carry on the business fully as extensive
as before, and shall soon be ready to take on'ers for
Machinery and Castings. We have already commenc
ed oieratioiis in our blacksmith shop and Doiler-yard,
and shall give immediate satislartiou to old and new
We are exeneiic d Mechanics each of ns person
ally attending to his own department and thus we
shall be able to turn out suiierior work at lower rutea
tluin heretofore done in this city. We shall warrant
every piece of work done at this Establishment, and
give prompt and -.icrsotial attention u every ordor left
at our office: thus we ho-ie to give general satisfaction,
and be palrouizcd by all friends of home manufacture.
M. JACK EH k CO.,
Claiborne Machine Works, Nashville, Tenn.,
June 27 tf Ite Nashville Manf. Co.
THE subscriber takes this method of informing his
old customers ulid friends and tlie pubhc geueral
ly, that he has removed his Hardware Store from tlie
old stand on Market street, to No. &o, in the large brick
building, lately erected on the South side of ltroad St.,
where he keeps constantly ou hand aud makes tn or
der the various articles embraced in his line of busi
ness. He invites esiecial attention to his large assort
ment of CASTINGS. HOIXOW-WAKE, I'RASS, ox., such
as Mantle and Coal Grates, Wagon ltoxes. Plow Molds,
Straw-Cutters, Corn Shellers, Corn -Crushers, Mill
Crushers. Kuk'ony Work and Irou Fencing, Collee Mills,
Tea Kettles, Riass Kettles. Dog Irons, Candle Sucks,
and an almost cudlesn variety ol other articles.
Jan. .t If ANDREW ANDERSON.
H. P. D0RRIS,
Kcllpsc Stove roundvy.
AT this Foundry I am making Coon
ino, Pakm;k and 11-utim; stove.
ol every variety, HoiLow-Waiuc or all
L-H..I. 1.. I . .
iron of nil kinds. j - -
j I ' i in , , 11 niiu r-:it-,-i iioij
Ware, all of which I prouise to sell at wholesale or re
tail cheap lor rash or to puuetual tune dealers.
Particular intention paid to Roofing and Guttering.
It. P. 1 ORRIS, No. 6, College street,
Apr. 27 Nashville, Teun.
CI I E A I SO LI1ai: ATI I i:k.
Pk V. AM ERSON, Nos. 45 and 47 C.jllege Strt,
have iu More nud for Sale, a henry lot of excrl
leiit Oiik Tanned side I. rather at Li cenu per Mund.
Call aoou U you a uh bai gams in anv kind of lealher.
P. k C. ANDEltXiN,
Nos. 45 and 47 College street,
Janl2-tf a few doors tiom liroad.
J . G . II O II 12 11 TS OX,
II road way, ash t Ulr,
HAS Just ruceived Ml boxes Creaut Cheese;
'.5 boxes Eii;;li.-h Iiauy "
6U U .-stern Reserve "
lu barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
15 ' Oranges, iu good order;
b " Lernocs, " "
A few more New York Ale Puni left, and will be
sold cheap by J. G. RoliKRTsON,
Wholesale and Retail Cuoruclexier,
jan'JS llroad way , Nashv die.
VLI. kinds of Plain and Decorative Per Hanging
done in the boil nianucr, and cheapest prs-s, by
E. B. FKANKIJN.
Order left at Wm. Rear's. No. 17 Deader
Btrtx-t, will lie promptly atu-nded t.
KntKiM-w Messrs. A. K. tYier, Jos. B. While,
U. Durns, Horn k "B, L. M. Gorbey jani
to Tiiosr: Aviio uidi
. MA Nl'FACT I'KER OF
farriagrs, foacLfi, Cus?if, LisliMVaions, le
No. 69, Lower Market struet,
I AM now manufacturing every vari- ,9"W
ety aud aiyta of velix le, from tua "Va
plainest Kb la tbe BOo-kI beautiful ebb- pZxyy
orau-ly uniahed turnout
Havisg euvuged BrM;la-a wnrkmeu, and abiained
a large amount ot the beat of thick, 1 am pref-ared lo
do work which wdl CH.ij-are with any lathe whole
country , eiU.i-r for le or durability. All kiuos if
Tvhx lrs kept cuuniiy on baud, or promptly made
to order '
rrrerelt'n Patent Cenpllns.
This Mupurtaui uiipro rum.1 in toe .uuiit.g of car
rtigc, Ac, has awakeu-id mucb Uitereat throughout
the country , aad m lo A1 upon w nb the aut lamr
wbora d te bead known. IUvio ttm ex.-1-.siva right
for iha city , I am nw iuaku.g use ef them a coa
atroctitig Carriage-., liuggiee, c.
aaV Rciueniber tba place, at tha eld stand of Fred.
Amu, No. dv, Loaer Market str-H-t.
jan 1 If
1 Qfl f C rHFLS Supera-r OUk Rier Cal la
iOUUU at the jaJ Yard oa Coll.-. tirert, a4
(otul.:s 11.4 1. . Ctu-aUuun'a Warebotwr, crw ui.y
acreaned and cleaned, at la A30 cer.Ln per bo-thel.
Appty tha Coal-Yard.
il it A. I. DAT19
"I t ""E are Likm lAwri-uu-buif lUik N.4-a at par
f v Ui payment uf all accounts dM ua aad lor aav
arta le w bare fur aaW.
I. b-tf W. II. C)RUN a IXi.
.o. 15 cniiAit sTiti:irr.
AVTNli lately, very aavauectedJy lw(f4v 1
ice of aMrar
Fiaa Trvaxa Cassimstaa aaa flu Tssttaf.
Wa Witt ataka lara ap for ear auslmnera la ardar tu
cliaa thaoi out, aad bmA. rousa fur war rpr ( tada
W. Lsts tUe a ftaa atock of II a d y-JI ad
Lioada. tWt will ard at croy raduutd
nrtLea. - CUIIuN A AbtiOTT,
I s sneisar r-w A.
Slatcti lionet for Sale.
IVItX aaO aa ats aaaataa evada, turn fur Caat I
tba aaad-Maa patt of tirrf tarrtaca Uuraea, a.
egs-tot driven la paueraua k i.rKao-ld'e furaaa-l
ar oa- Tbey ara wrU bruke aad Seaila, aad bo
.a. tad WHA fiaT aA
pools, SGors, vf:
SNYDER & FRIZZELL,
TV rw, O "aTa . a. .
A Ti r ,
uw m receipt of their Fall and
" IMWI PU. K in IJiHllv LI J. . 1
all Of lM.r...u. '
tlie re vail trado . .
UdlM1 Rllll.AI u ....
. " Congress '
" Fide-laced "
" C-ngrees C.aitero, withont heels;
" Pide an d Front Lace Ututera, without heels :
" Kid and Goat Boots-
" " Roots with Heels;
" " trlippera withHeels-
" " Without Heels;
" White Kid and Satin Slippers;
" " Gaiters.
, ron inissES.
Kid and Goat Welt Roots;
" " with Heels;
laning Gaiters of all kinds;
Plain fcchool -shoes.
Boys' Conerefs ('alters;
" Calf Rrogans;
" Thick Boots and Brocans:
" Erne Calf Boots;
ALo, a rood stock of Shoes for children.
XllICK RROGAXS AfS BOOTS.
Eitra heavy Rrogans for plantation use; Dutch boots
J? Znn- A,so" D"?n' h"'k Bo.-ts. Our stock of
ITm . .1" ,re very '"Pwlw article, and will be
sold to suit the times.
)an'-5 SNYPER A FRIZZELL.
SWUEH A: FUIZZELI.
AR-nnSnrei'4 nt'aMhr "t or Gents' SUtched
Pown frhucs, at No. 21 Publie !,,uare
an-5 NYIER A FP.I77JU
GENTS fine Calf Pump Sole Roots
" " " Stitched " '
" " " Water-proor Roots;
" " " Congrena Gaders:
Ca'lf Brians; "
Also, pegged Congress Gaiters and Brogana of aU
Tnr.1fKS, VALISES, &e.
Ladies' extra size Sole leather Trunks
" " " Travelling '
" " " French " with Travi
Gents' One Sole Lenther Trunks- '
" " " Valises;
" Russett Valises.
Together with Carpet Bags, Black Baes, Satchels,
Ac. All of which are offered at low rates for cash
Jan-5 SNYDER k FRIZZELL.
URADSIIA'W & RUTLAND,
o. 30 I'nlon Street.
n.WE just received a fresh supj.lv of ,
Cjlj BOOTS aud SHOES, which will' be CTJI'I
S sold at the very lowest prices. Vw
1 W Ijidies' Lasting Gaiters, with and f
Ladies' I-L-tiiig Congress Gaiters, with and without
" Thkk and Thin Sole Kid Bootees, heels and no
" Front Itced Lasting Gaiters;
" French embroidered Slijipers, sometliing nice
" While Kid Slipieis and RoscUs;
" Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed, heclud and no
For 3Iisses and Children.
Misses Thick and Thin Solo Kid and Goat Bootees,
" Black IiMing Cullers;
" Kid Shpiiers;
" Thick Sole School Shoes;
Childreus' kid aud gat Uih.uh.-s, thick and thin Sole;
" Rlack Iititmg tiaitrrs;
" laney heeled SIiik-s;
" Ankle Ties and Slijipers.
Ccntlcmens' extra QCIITKI BnTToM BOOTS;
" " Calf Water pi oof "
t: " " Pump
4i " " St.Uhed "
" P. S. Congress Gaiters;
" " P. L. " "
" Pump Calf Oxford Ties;
P. S. " "
' Cloth Congrebji GaittTs;
And aU articles k-pt in a Shoe Store, to wdieh we
invite the alleiitioti ut all wanting articles in our hue
Jn-J5 BRAliSllAW A KITLAMi.
Trunks and Valisfit.
T A PIES' Extra tile Solo I-eiilher
Ijidies extra sign Traveling Trunks;
fjeiitb' nne stile U-allier Iriinks;
" " " ValiM-s:
' Kossuth Trunks;
" Ilog skin " iron frame.
Forsnleby BRAHSJIAW BITLANI,
jD-b No. 30 l uion street.
.lOUX VOUlv aV CA.
HAVE removed their Book -Bindery WvTaTM
rrom over the Traders' H-ink to f1ft!f
the second story of the Iuilt NrwsOr- '-.' '
ri-T, ou ihe alley bt-twocu Iicadurick at 1 1 n ai. V
and I'nion sireets, where we have a B(-mus room and
are well prepared lo do all work iu our line.
We have atiuu atock of lfiuiik-Uook lap-rs,and war
rant our work to suit our cutloiucis, both as to work
niauslnp and price.
We took the premium at the Mechanics' Fair for the
bet made Blank -Hooks, aud are determined not to re
trograde in our work.
Music Books, liHrer's Magaaine, and all periodicals
brought to us will tie bundsouielv ami well bound.
Old numbers of Harper furnished lo complete books.
Nov. la dt.
C O TV T O '
Nashville to flmrlfhtun nnd Savannah.
IKO.M and alter tli.s dale cotton will be carried
through to Charleston aud savannah for Si -5 er
hale..f not over Son wei.lit. Kiles we.ghuig over 600
lbs. w ili be subject Ut a charge of i9 cent ier lliolbs.,
for the exccb.t. Thu la a reduction ot $1 r bale
from former rati s.
Shippers muel furnish the Acents wilh a correct hit
or weights, and are informed that cotu.n nr ii.
Good Milpplns: flrder
will be refused. t HAS. W. ASVlTJ?OS,
9f Cotton from all Slatious wuf-t of S.levemau wiL
be charged same rales.
Nashville, Nov. 15. 1S47. (Not. ? tf
Havana Cigar Store,
BRANCH OK TIluS. CARPONA,
t. 23 Cehtr Street, nppmite the Commercial ILtd.
rjHE PARTNERSHIP herriofore extning between
X llioinnr Cardona and tlie uiidcriogned having been
dissolved, it is his iliU'liluHi lo couuiiue the Cigar biH.i
nrss. He returns liianks to h: numerous customers
for tlieir liberal tmtrniiage, and lul' i ms tliem tliat be
inteuils lo keep constantly on hand a splendid stock of
Cigars of tlie huert. aud bct-l bran!s ever brought to
this market, which he will sell at moderate prices by
the box. He invite bis old cut.uuiurs lu J the public
generally to give hiiu a call.
Janl4 C. CHOUAT.
I HAVE AIO FITTf P IT IN THE REAR OF MY
A W rlnUIn? Sal o o n
Where ran be had all kinds of jo,uors of Lb. best
quality, made up intoauy kind of drink that may b
called or. 1 only ask a riion of Ihe liberal patron -agu
of tlie public, and ill use my best eudoavorsto
please all w bo may give me a call.
Jan. 4, lWi U C. CII0MAT.
DISTILLED F1103I COAL.
(Seci iti:n ii v LF.ri Eii patemt.)
KEROSENE ILLL'VINATI.VG OH Tbe light ob
tained from lh Oil exceed ui brilluuiry that uf
any other oil or B'dd hereudore dcovered, is Uiei
ptoeive, aud will remain limpid In the very coldest
TheCoinpany recommend as the lamps tMvtedapted
to tins Oil, the Krrow-iie latu, ttuuiuiacturnd by the
folloa ing iartM- : Vleesrs. Cornelius llaker, alno,ly.
ou.ot Philadalldiia.E. V. H.urbaout k Co., 4Hi Broad
way , Ibe WI a 1 In. I tilnHl'.,No. 73 llruad bUfH ,
Mi-aer. I nets A t o. ii W .liu.ui Mml. I- Meccier, Vil
Hm el., and H. Edwards, 44 Inue nrr-t, N. V Sam
ples of u i Herri. i rt) le. 4 Lamp, can be aten at tha
oltV-e of the Co(iiiaiiy.
ku.HM I hKicanvu On, No. 1. Prefwred to aud
Ihe Uuevt and all oilier kinds of Machinery; burns
brili.ai.iiy m Lo-ntn4ive Head iJg'.U, Car lAiu,atl
tba Mdiuary S'lar A Hand jmpk, and stabdc as great
a dt-rev f col l aa lite beat sperm Oil, and ) admira
b!y a.!a'U-J to Railroad and tw-aiubi um.
kEa.iri-M Li auokttxe Ihls, N,. 2 a.on S. Superior
Lubrn-a.a adi be futtud lo m-s advantav ever
any tula in Urn market at aante in tee will not burn
and nav. beca thu. pre(mjod V meet lb. require
Dh uU ut Rai.ruads and otheia.
kaat. lUvjAiis ni Prepared eiprraly for
hiW' use aad will ba found edm.rab! adatod for
beuacet Ftcaniahlpa, Jles of W ar. Mi n haul Yecia,
Lake and jtver Crali, and buraa as aU tba Cabin,
fcule-rootn, Bicale, lorocaciic lnjia, hi(a lava
. ttmnarle Oil will remaia fluid as lowg aa beet perm,
aad will bura kU nwbt WHtHHit reqairuig as be trwa
sued, an adtaetaje ilua wui fee cbt mm ia every abip
ma.ter Tbe Keroaewe Oils caa be tblamed from that Whole
sale Oil lraJBni,tvnjptuaUii.,l'ugguaaad.rucera
to New York, and Utm rruU'ly autt Areata ut
the (maiaui ut UMy the .-a.c.i Tuwas aad Vd
iaea a tna tned .-tales, the t ana.,., an J the Island
. Loal Aentaapp mid (lb conf.wmay with the rvlee
aetabtMiavd by titm board Id Iimimti.mi appltcauna
(onui Anavra, KsaMaas oil taaurarv.
.14. SO llratrr atrvrt, V.
X. B OrcnUrs wah full parta:alar.la-KtiuaiaU,
prasea, Ac. , 'ij ue lotwardeduu apptaoma aa above.
Tlc lherokee Corn rianfer!
rATESTEH BY ELLW A tWALTiN,Sa. HA, lail.
riHK aaly ettmup, dur.bh. abd Bi. ml saarbme fur
M. pl.nliin enrw wear wM to um Planters d
Timmm, a aw a eabibusm at Mwara. Arauarveg
A o , N. a Market irtraet. NaabvUM.
Tfe. iluirufcee t'wi Ptaaier racasantaada V above
aai atAars. ht aa daratwtwy. th.ainsa. .ifnrtirar , aad
Lb prcfWt awaar taat a parturui the fulVow a( da
tl furrow eM thm ceoaad a any raairad depth
dear tba cora, a Biaaiy karacai aa daMsad, at a
td tout urbn tfauataer, aialiManata ally us tba h II
covers tba biiia aud prai.es ataa eartb, faa by tna aid
BMrthod wth Uf bueV ui ua. k accurately tua pa
aitiua mt aack bill- a Mafia bora. ntaa ar boy
caa aianl taa Ut aftaaa acta bmf ear ana aaa.
1'laj.tor aad otnera are tavavd ta aa eiaaaatioa af
thai SMcttfna, at It i ma. ArmAUrnvg a Co , wbera a
nay a aa aaily la twactaal ofwraiMaa.
Pvrauaa wadtiac a pttrrbaa Cut STY RJCHTf Bl
thai or adbaaa Natra, by applying iaaawnlawiy, (a
orrT at auc aapuard td raelly J caa da so a
aatb aw aa w ill suaara tbata a Urt reiara aa tna
taewnvwent. Caal At aaa a tlarae atrae
JiUla. . . iV.llVi a40W IU-
Pennsylvania Wall road.
THE nndersigned is authorized to issoe bills of lad
T. J"J for the delivery d rreight Ihrough to all tba
EASTERN CITIES, by the wav or PlTfSBLRG and tba
PENNSV1.VANIA RAILROAP. It is ecarcelr necessa
ry U allude to the well esuWished reputation of the
1. R. R.,for regularity and sted,and shippers will
readily aoprrei&ie ihe convenience of hiving ibe Cacil
ny of a tkronnh Wl nf In. linn ml n fri rale, without
cnargea on the way. For rurlher mformati..n apply
Aug 27 HCKEY, 7
AU8' : Nashville,
Freislits by Sail Vessels and Pro
Xcw York, Philadelphia, Eoston
rERCHANTS who may ship by the above vessels
a.A ar informed that by consigning their goods to
the acents of the South Carolina Railroad . Charleston
or asents of Central rt.iim.a c. . -V .
" . , 11, T will D
rorwanied free or commissions, (dravage and wharf,
see onlr chni-.twt 1 .1 t . . '
ing rates is - "v w uiuugu ai me loiiow-
Fim finn, per 100 Iba ai S5
Peoond Cuts i m
Third Class to
Pnecial rates tiv light gno-i.r"r lofl "lbs" S 70
Pill stiowiuff amount nil pm.ai. .
d for drayage and wharr:ire, will be muled tn coa'
aigriees. OLIS. W. ANIiERSOV.
Wa" J-I General Agent.
IV EW IIOUTG TO 3ID3IPliisT
Fare Only 12. .
TIME TaROncH 25 KfHTaa
RAINS run thro-.gh rrom Stevens.n to Memphis
x- ,n.'! mak c1"" " connection w ;th Trains an ihe
Nashville and Chaita.ooga lUilroad at Stevenson.
P:rrn.m",-h,0KM ,e'' xvllle on tha S o'clock
- 1Yln. which arrives at Stevenson at 2:15 A. M .
n. .rT1 Wt'h Trauu fur Mmph. No delay ex
cept in changing cars. 7
Anr S C L ERSON,
Apr" Ticket Aknu
IVoveinber 9, IS 7.
Little Miami and folnmbus and
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTIEN E0UTE.
Kia?;ara EsJIj '
To all the Eastern Cities.
GA. M. lightning Extn-ess, through to Columbus, and
Cleveland without change oT cars. R:au P. M. Ere
nu.g Express, through to Uellair andl'ituburg without
change or cars.
lour rally Trains,
FIH-T TRAIN' Cleveland, rittshutg, Sieubenville,
and WlifH ling Lightning Evorcw Iy-ax Clucinnsti at
1 o'clock A. M., f.r ail the Easuru cities, also, iruig-
This train stops b-tween Cincinnati and Columbus at
Lev. land, Morrow, Xenia, and I'n...n onlv.
PEfXlND TRAIN. Cleveland Pxpres. M nlIave
Cincinnati at :40A. M.for I'unkii k. Itiirtalo. New York,
Borton, Ac, Wheeling, Baltimore, rinUdelidua, AVah
Thin train stops at all oiiiU between Cincinnati aad
THIRD TRAIN. Accommodation leaves Cincinnati
at 4:4i) P. M. for priuctield and Columbus.
This train also makes connection f..r Wilmington,
Iancacter and anrt.rill. This U am slop at all point
between Cmciniinli and Columbus.
FOCRTII TRAIN" Cleveland, Pittsburg and Wheel
ing Night Fpre I-a e. Cincinnati at C :30 o'clock
P. M., for all the Fjf-torn cilie.
This tmiu stoji at all point between Cincinnati and
No tram on Sundays.
Trams run by Colunibus time seven minutes faster
than Ciucuinati time.
For Through Tickets
And all information at Cincinnati please apply at tba
I-iule Miami and Covington and Islington other, No. 2
Burnett House, or at the (dd Office, south-east corner
ttroadwav and From, ojiposile Sjiencer House, or at
the Easier U IX'pvt.
J. I'CRANn, Sufieriutendeut.
E. F. FVTJ.ER, General Ticket Agrul.
THE OMNIRl. UNj: ratllK fr passengers al all tha
pruicil hotels ror earh and every tram. Py leaving
directions al either d the above office, will call for
paoseiigers in all rt of the ot v. w ithout rail.
Nov. IS. II. B RLGtilJ-y. Condurlir.
From Cliarlestnn to New-York,
T,ventj-Five Dollars. 7
1MTE1) ST.ITF.I I lE,
NEW-TCEK AlfD CHARLESTON ETEAM
PACKETS. Through in 48 to S3 Roars.
The new Steamship Ctil.L'MlUA, 1SU0 ions.. M Berry.
NASIIVII IF, lysi tons T. II. Ewan.
JAME- AU.KJt, 1500 ton s C. Turner!
MARION", i.si.i too w. j Kuater
SiiLTHKRNER.liHsi p-ii m. Murray!
LEAVIH Adger's Wharves every Wednesday and
Saturday, niter the arrival ol lue caia iroiu tha
Sou IU ami Ve-t. Table supplied with every luxury.
Attentive and courteous coiomauders will insure
traveler by thu. hue every possible comfort aud ac
commodation. Cabin Passage
HENRY MI.IUX)N A CO., Agents,
May 28 Cluirlesiou, 3. C.
Cabin I'uvuge to Xew-Vork.
WEEKLY I'MTED STATES MAIL LLL
THE NEW AND .M LENI II SIDE WHEEL fcTEAM
hlllPS A ncnla, 1..VK) tons Card. M 5. Woodhull.
F lorida, 1,'iootnri ... .('apt. Isaac Crewell.
Alabama, 1 .3u0 t . Capt. G. K. Schenck.
wnt. ttavs aavasxaa
Va v cry Sat u r i a y .
I Ttiese hiis are among the largest on tha ruat, UB-
nrHi!-i m (ir.-o . saic-iy ttr roimort making tlieir
pawsag.- in 6o to 'o hour, and are commanded by
skillful, careful and ulite ortver. Having elegant
.tale room acc.Miiiii.:uti..ii. th-y oner a mul desirable
cnvr)ance In New York.
Cabin parsage lo New York $?$
bleorag pat-sage to New York S
PAriFIFORn, FAY CO , Savannah,
FAM'L L. MITCHELL, 13 Broadway,
Jan. i. New York.
Bl'NIiLTS Window Kah;
OU acta Wagoa Uosua;
'I bole Kiveta;
S ki n Wixbera;
2U boxra Window Class;
174 bars Iron ;
VS bundle. Iron;
JuM received aud lor aai. by
P. n. DICKEY,
febl tf No. a, C'olU-ga street.
I ft RARIUXS CUVfJt .SEEIi,
1J lu barrel liuioihy '
Ulue Gra. ?-el, cluaued an J stripped,
Itiwd -rmml haud,
CbiurM Nigar Cars,
laadruth Garden Seeds,
Juat received by RAINS k PRffWN,
febU No. 19, Public .Squara?
FLOWKll Si:KDS 1IY 3IA1L.
Twenty Choica Tarltties for On Dollar.
TilEuLrtiber rerwvtriilly aaaouacr lual.f
o aupply a want taat has tm gremllf da-J?
aaaded bv Amateur 1' , b ba par-jr
uaed frJm Mr. B. R. !, of npgfJ. Maa.,aa
aMurtaiei.l ot bia Flower eeda. wba-ti Lava been
found aad are know a m every Mak of lit 1 0K, la
be uf tba a.t rrhabtr rluiraclera. I awLe the fol
low rug extract Ir..m lla' tt.J.u,o Hut il aiay ba
aaea tba I o il tlM-ai at maa tly b pr-ea. 11a aaeos
aabraca a. 4 only d t awn raaraig, bat arhse-
Wuaa f roci tba b-.l la'wb. Frvaca.aad Gerauui tvm
ar x-eda. TWy are a.4d at ball tua praca that Sower
srd bat biw cunuandad lu tha tuarkeC
1 hav. av kiCWMl ovl d aiy Urge coUrrlKWi of flower
aaeda. Ibe wt be.bidul and !iu y vaiistiaa,aacai
eon dMit m cl-a1, and cairulated to aroduca a nua
rflect a bra ataaVid aut a awl nr grtwta in tlie flower
brdrr- I bar bad tmrh varwiy daUatiily aiarkad
arfk ttx h"tan al and li.,-eU aaioa, height, bia. d .
ooarrmg, c k d tba il-.cf, tuaakt-r growing,
m hatber el ar araua, ke , lh t-tue tt six. Id ba
, awl o.M-r aluaOlr hiula aa u Ha ciljrala.
la M-le. ting t:m( tara ta-, I bae bawt careful to es
ctad ail a ha h are by lU.awi. ur hat. aa aa.iga.S
caul aiiearwirr, so tliat the culiortaai. will euaaprbaa
aaiy ll wbab are re.il .iu. y aa baadwana; aad
a Ua U t awliet Would prove lu tha eaure aaladaciaaa -of
any lady or traiiruiai who sutgat ba dawd ta
ardor tbeat. Tba eadVctH w Jl b arat free by poat
ta aay r 4 tba cautrtry al tbe raUawiac pr :
Aawluaail Sa. 1, muu af twenty cbua vartelara
af Aaaaala 91 M
m Kaw Z, nil an d Iwaely cboica rarw-
twaof (WeaaaUsaad Perennial 1 OS
u )taw A. awaaaaa af tot extra ana YrH-
tan af Aaaaaat aad Pervaaiala, aeubra
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