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EB-tlvtU THIS PAY BY EXPRESS,
1 CJ A DOZ.' Alexander's Kid Gloves;
Xs&KJ 1 doz. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, white k sol'd,
SllO cartons Ducals, new styles; " t. - -
10 do. . , Moualin At Chene: .
93 do. . : New style Stella shawls, for early Sprinf;
ww rique voiiars ana bieeves, Be w styles; , ;
Crape Collars and Kleeve. do:
Breakfast Caps, do.;.-:,;:
" Illusion Capes and Berthes, do.;
Our Mr.-McNairy is pow in the Eastern cities, and we
will be getting New Goods every few days du i ing the
' season and solicit a call from our friends and the pub
lic generally H. C McNAIRr" A CO. .
mirlO tf . .--.,-.
- R.- C. McNairy & Co.,
RECETvTn this day an elegant lot of new and desir
able goods adapted to tho present and approach
f' lug season, consisting in part of the following articles.
Elegant Rayadew Silks;
" Chene Silks,
" Flonnced do;
" Double skirt do;
" fide stripe do; '
" v " Panoda Cloth "new.jj
Flonnced Grenadines j
f Doable skirt do;
Fide striped do;
i Plain silks all colors : -itjether
with all qualities of Plain Black Silks, neat
Checks, Plaid stripes, Ac, Ac, very cheap. Elegant
Luces, new styles. . We have also an assortment of La
. dies' Under Garments, snch as Chemise, Night Gowns,
Skirts, Caps, Ac All of which we offer on the most
favorable terms. . VLC. McNAIKY k CO.
Cotton. Manufacturers' Agency.
"YE are Sole Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Richland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski. Tenn.
1 Bparta - .- d do -Sparta,- . ." "
Sumner do do" Gallatin,
Franklin Factory Franklin. "
laurel Hill do ... iicnryville, "
Bockdale do JMt. Pleasant, "
. Khomi Villa. I Lawrence-burs."
Crescent do do "
Crowson do . Io "
Hop .do - uo "
Pinewood do Plnewood "
1 And have always on hand a full stock of Sheetings
Osnaburgs. Drilling. Bagging, Cotton Yarns and Bolt
ng. which we ofier to the wholesale trade only iu lots
of not less than 5 bales Sheetings; 5 bales Osnaburgs;
Zd nags Cotton tarns, sc., sc. -Nashville,
Mar8. W. n. GORDON A CO.
New Spring Bonnets, Millinery
Goods, &cM Ac.
MRS. M. D. IIOWERTON,
ITnlon street, near ?Iarket,
TT A3 just received and is now opening oue of the
J. i. most elegant stocks of
SPRING BONNETS, MILLINERY GOODS, ic,
that she has ever had the pleasure to exhibit to the
ladies of Nashville. She has the latest styles, and
the best quality of Goods, and pledges hersclrto give
entire aaliafaction to all who may favor her with their
MRS. HOWERTOV returns her thanks to her nu
merous patrons, and would be happy to make the ac
quaintance of many others. apr2-tf
Spring and Summer Connets,
A N D
Rich Paris Millinery,
Importations for tsrS.
WE would respectfully inform our Lady friends
and the country trade that we will be prepared to
show them the Urgent and most splendid stock of the
above goods ever opened west of the Alleghany Mouu
tuus by the 10th to 15tu March. This stock will be
purchased exclusively with cash and at extremely low
prices, and will sell at short profits for the cash only.
We have a large stock of desirable goods in store
that we are bound to run out. at any price, by tho 1st
of March. So call and get great bargains in Rich
Fancy Bonnets, Ac Paris Flowers, Head Dresses, Em
broideries, and any Fancy Goods at half prices, as we
want to sell all thisclass of goods out, for we are now
g ing to deal exclusively in Kich Millinery Goods, and
ropele fully with Eastern Houses, Wholesale and
E. WIPE, Agent,
Parisian Millinery Haziiar,
No. 40, Cnion St., next door to State Bank.
Stones, (tin H)arc, del
J. W. WILSON,
" Manufacturer and Sealer ia
" C A S H 1 G S !
KEEPS constantly on band for sale at the Lowest
WOOD AND COAL.
HEATING AND OFFICE STOVES,
Four sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
: Wrought-!roa Cooking Stoves,
For wood, four sires the best Cooking Stove now in
use will last, with care, from fifteen to eighteen years
and cook with greater convenience and iu Use time
than any Cast iron Stove. 1 have also just received
I be following :
One Hundred, Assorted Sizes, . .
M1SSEO 5 mUZ ICE CREA3I FREEZERS,
the bust that is now in uso
Water Coolors, all sius and patterns.
Rofrlgnrators f'r kunoiiK Mo.iU a.d Butter.
Fine -rfortinjrit of Chamber Toilet cwtts.
Patmt Knife Cleaners.
Fruit Cans of my own make, will keep a good sttprly
mado in the be manm either for snaling or solder
Old Douiiuion Coffee Pots;
Best article for making Coff.'O now in use, will make
with one-third less in it iriul and purer and strouger
than any other, baaides retaluing all the aroma of the
Colfce. For sale by
J. W. WILSON,
mayS-tf No. 17 College st
t'"'" MANCrrrrHEa or
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
- HO. 14 SOUTH MAEKET 8TKEEt,
Kaalivllle, Truu, ;
HAVING succeeded the law Urm if
Stewart & Owen, and rulaiuxd
th eld stand, ts prepared to attend V
the demands of his old customurs and
public generally. He has ia store,
and will eonstautly be receiving, am
ple supplies f
.toe,-AVitre, and Gratea,
Plain and Enameled MasiasriCB lso Mati" and
Gianr Statvbi; "DJrti thln ua!!y
ket-tlu simitar sOablishinonu. - - '
Hn swrunonl f ivea challenges enraneUtion,
eempriaing every style and variety. He has the
"Wrought-Iron Cooking 8t0Te,
Xmaag ethers arta le wha-h m ui great demand.
Me wilt manufacture for the trado an 1 for retail, and
to orier.all kiuds of Tin and blieeHroo Ware, and
keen constantly 0 hand a Urge assortment. '
He Invites the aueulion of all to h esubllaUmeiU,
uUdirins liunsoU to eutu-e sat isi irmxi ' " '
ptMgmg WM STEWART,
25 . 'No. USo.ytll Market street.
Hotri Patent Agricultaral Fornarri.
TU Lj article- was eoowued In wsequence of S
.tHrgesUosi Iron the Arnvrwan Institute, that a
.mpto, portable, and low-prtcert furace, wa much
?cXt bylanuers for boiling and .t-am.ug r.
"oVsalny UHchanical and dome.uc v.irp.e. U Uk
TttU. Jast receivea. .
Alt Coal Cooking IUnje. "i'"-U CooWingvM
for eoal. '
NasHVitis, Marfh ?0, 15S.
I7ROU a4 after the lt of April the
be ote4 en Sumlai at half .past 7 A. M , atitf
closaai 8 A. H. 0n ag.ilu at t V, U snd cUshm.1 7
rVt. t l uber' day. the Office will be
klif oast o'clock A. U , and cloae at 7 , o th k, P.
half past O, & fc ijitnaoM, fwt Master.
tsxSl-tf ' '
rrBZ co-partnership h.ret.rfor. etutOog betweaa the
ffiJKSTD. Cao for collecuon and U
STbtU. should be Prasu! j' AMt C BiU WIN ,
- " j. m. Fixuiwia.
. S. N. PIKE,
No. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
SOLE MANUFACTURER OF THE CELEBRATED ;
ALL KLDS OF DOMESTIC LI0J0RS,
Cologne and lurc Spirits,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large si'pply of old and choice
Bourbon, Rye and DIonongahela AVhisky.
Late of Gait House,
CHARLTON M. METCAU,
Late of Louiimlle JIutd.
Corner Front and Broadway,
aprl'2-Gm rRATT k METCALF Proprietors.
No. 30, Front Mreet,
PARTICULAR attention given to tilling or- rV?
dersfor 1 1-OVEK, TIMUT1I Y and other tMSAj)
seeds; CAXIUJ-j?, S4IAP, I.AKII k UNSEED HgarS.i
OH-rl; CHEESE, HL'TTEIt, fOIUA;E, and arucles of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.
B f Purchases made for cabh,and prompt custom
ers, get all the advantages of discounts and low prices
which money coiumands.A
W. W. 11AMVA V CO.,
Portable riudinp; and Bolting
Nos. 48 and 50, East Eighth Street, between Broad
way and Sycamore,
1 r r.-i 1 1",
VE ri'RMSIl A COMPLETE MILL AT $550.
THIS comprises French Burrs, 80 inches (in iron
frame) , Bolting Chest, twe pairs of couvoyors,
two st.'ta of Elevators, with Belting and Oeuring, all
readv to run; Keel 3 feet in diameter and 10 feet long.
and Silk Bolting Cloth, (best Dutch Anker brand.)
we gtiarauty mis juai to turn out
Fifty Uarrelsof Flour per Day!
We build large sized Flour Mills, also Corn andFeed
Mills, Smut Machines, Flour lackers, Ac, and furnish
Engines, Boilers and Mill Gearing: of
The best Dutch Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Belt
ing or all sizes at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, sent upon application
with stamp enclosed. "
febl7 lly W. W. HAMER & CO.
BUNDLES Window Shh;
60 sets Wagon Boxes:
2 boxes Rivets
3 kegri Washers,
SO boxes Window Class;
174 bars Iron;
98 bundles Iron j
Just received and for salo by
D. D. DICKEY,
feblfi tf . No. 5, College slxeet
Apple a. bbls Apples just received and for
JL. Mia uv I iruii ir. . ifn-RM'
1 Ci WHEFLBARKOW3 Just received and for sale by
A KJ labia
D D. DK'KEY
Hail road Scrapers.
RAIl.KOA!) iS:rapers lust received snd for salo
by (ieulC) It. I DIl'KKY
; i; in -it Kivr i:;.
Rrrvrt FEET aasorUMlUum-Beltiiig.on hand and
KJ J J J lor sale by
1. I. DH KEY
l'ennaylvanla ltucktt Iicat.
K SACKS Bu kwlieut Flour, just received on con
t)J siguuientaud lor sale by
janft D. D. DICKEY
dr KEGS Butler Kiveis just received and for sale
J by - (lehlti) D. D. liR'KEY
V baud and for salo by
Sept. as. H. 1. DK'KEY.
DOZEN lCKETS Just received and for sale by
aprlO tf . 4. D. D. DICKEY.
'eed Oats, on hand and for wtle by
' D. D. DICKEY.
No. 5, Cidlege street.
W. li. CUllilS eit CO.'S
I A T IJ N T
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
THE undersigned purchased the Stite Bight for
Tenuetuue tf the al4ive patent ahout one year
ago and has since Introduced it extensively in various
portious of the Slate, asks now the atti'HUou ot build
ert, aud the public gvuernily , to exaunue iustiperKr
Ity over other modes of Kooling.
The material forms a hard aud smooth surface. It
la impervious to water, elanuc and flexible-. It will
pertocOy rvemt any ordinary exosure to Ore; It Is
cheaper than any roof of the old Ktyle, and 1 am sure
It will give better aausfartsm ;as to its durability there
la no quuua. - It is the bust tlting ever ia vented for
paiuuug of old loaky tin roofs.
the Cement wlil be furnished to those at dis
tance nil dirorisins Tor uking.
MiT COUNTV K1UHTS FltK SALE.
MJT Orders seut to the underugued, through the
Fukt Ufflce will be prinilly attended to.
1 would wectfully refer u I'm, following gentle
men fur whom 1 hav eoverel buildings witu the Ce
ment, aud maojr others whose names are not here
aamtTscT aso uumn MBcmaxic or aaaavuu.
Maj. A. HUMAN,
Meters. IICGHES a PVITH.
COLEMAS a SPAIN.
Mr. H M. AhFJlOYD,
WARKEN a MHtKE,
1KHGH a MrtTLLuCGH,
J. R. McCANN,
Col. 11 I. ANDERSON, Sup't K.tCl R Co.,
Kav. C D. UXiUlT,
It. F. WILKIN,
ft. J. WEloS,
tLAl'i; 1ITEK UERUI10RO,
W. . SH AI'AKD,
J N. W1U-ARD.
A. V. S. 1JXDSITY,
Gu. WASH. BAlUttiW,
W. II. UtiKlMIN a CU ,
JAS. 11. KEM'Kli K.
KecW F. U SMITH, Columbia.
Maj. A. J. IstM-XsoS, iNivulsoa eeaotj
Cut. A. J. KllJC, Maury county.
4jT The Nashville a Chatlauouira Railroad Cempa
ny hat ed4ed this Cement lor lUe covvruif of their
cars and other work.
tVrtiDcairs and teaUinoeials from Cincinnati
tail eUcwhere, bore UMtemeni baa beea la gaucrai
umk fur several years, eaa bs extubtted.
. The aaderstgned has beeaengare4 ia various modes
Of Cement rooting for many years, and Hailrrt himself
that be baa gained autue eapertaac aud Soon lede
Aurmt that time.
I have auHle arraagementa receive a seperlar
itnporwd artarle of Ruvauf Felt frwea EnattTva Bao
rusae. New Vor tu
hunplwsr Ktwtcg te be seea at (Dee.
- J. T. MATHCR.!-.
- Office Ks. Is D-fclak strw.
( mtjii-tm - - . - h'avB.u, Timr.
I WI-IISKE Y i
B s.ur. pikk's -
) CEIiKI311ATK3 J
I. a. saixa., J . i - i J 4 J. BEOWTlJ
x n r. JIAINS & BROWN, '" "
Druggists and Prescriptionists,
v No. 19, Booth side Fubhc Square, J
A COMPLETE assortment of English and
American Chemicals, pure and una
dulterated Drags, fresh and genuine ex
tracts, select Powders, Ac., always on
hand. Flavoring Extracts, sach as Lem
on. Rose. Vanilla, Pine Apple, Strawber
ry, Celery, Almond, Raspberry, Peach and Orange
extracts for .flavoring. Best Bermuda Arrow Root,
Isinglass, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Ac. at
jan29 . ; RAINS BROWN'S.
To Coach and Carriage Manufacturers, Cabi
net Makers and Painters.
THE undersigned have received the agency for the
sale of the celebrated VARNISHES manufactured
by the "Haywood Varnish Manufacturing Company,"
which are universally acknowledged to be superior to
any other Varnishes in the Cnited States, and have just
received a large supply of the following different kinds
which they will sell at a very sman advance on Manu
facturers1 prices :
Black Enameled Coach Body Varnish,
Elastic " " Im. English.
Im. English Wearing "
" Pale Coach
Brown Japan "
. White " "
Walnut Stain "
Extra Fine Carriage "
RAINS & BROWN,
No. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House.
1 nfifi GALLONS Tanner's Oil, best quality, Just
received and for sale low by
RAINS a BROWN.
BRISTOL ItniCK DI'ST, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polishing gold, silver, brass, glass,
Ac. ; a new article : for sale by
Jau-9 RAINS A BROWN.
-I K BARRELS CLOVER SEED,
LJ 10 barrels Timothy " .
Blue Grass Seed, cleaned and stripped,
Herds Grass Eeed,
- Onion Cloves,
Chinese Sugar Cane, . .
I-anrtreth's Garden Seeds
Just received by RAINS BROWN,
febl3 No. 19, Public Square
JO. O. 1$ R OWN,
43 College Street.
!i anil v 111 rf Ten u..
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
8 tuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fine Soaps, Hair and
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
IN Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lubms'
and Bazins' Extracts; Frenrh, American
and German Cologne; Delluc's and Lu
bin's Sachets: Hair Brushes; Metal, China
and paH-r PutT Boxes; Shell, Fino, and Dressing
Combs, kc, tor sale by JO. G. BROWN.
Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!!
1 Cif BUSHELS Kentucky Blue Grass, stripped;
1UU 60 " " " clean;
150 " ITerds Grass;
10 barrels pure Timothy: also,
Land ret It's (.ardeii Seeds- general assort
ment warranted frefh.
Cabbage Seed 10 lbs. large Drum-head Cab
bage; 10 IIjs. Klnl Diitrh Cabbage.
Aspsragusltools two years old, grown by
Mr. E. Trahue.
Strawberry rianta Very flno varieties from
Mr. Henry Driver.
Wyandott Proline Corn which yields from
IS to ib barrels to the acre, at
JO. G. BROWN'S,
Jan29 13 College street.
STONE WAKE of every description for sale
by JO. G. BROWN.
AIIXISTS COLORS in tubes of every de
scription, for sale by JO. G. BROWN.
COCiUKSSand E 71 PIKE WATERS
always on hand, which I receive direct from the
Springs. JO. G. BROWN.
FOIl THE HAIR Mrs. Allen's Restorative;
)an29 JO. G. BROWN.
LONDON PORTER A very superior article
made by Barclay, Perkins A Co., in pints and
quarts. JO. G. BROWN.
COI LIVi:il Oil., 5 gross just received
prepared by lludgeman, Clark A Co.
jauJ9 JO. G. BROWN.
MO0OEIIALA W III SKA". A very
superior article, guarantied to be pure,
jan-jg JO. G. BROWN.
BLI'E I-ICK WATER in hair barrels and
in pint bottles, for sale at Louisville prices.
Jan20" JO. G. BROWN.
A. II. ROSCOE,
"WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER TSJ
Drugs, Medlelnea, aJye-MuH's,
Perfumery, 1'alnU, Olli
Glasa, IlruslicH, White Lead, Sec, ice.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
I HAVE constantly on hand a large aud
well seleclod stuck of the above arti
cles, together with a large assortment of
laucy articles; all of which is ollerea for
sale on the inont accommodating terms.
Alum. 2.00O pounds;
Arrow Root, 100 pounds, Bermuda and Florida'
Brimstone, 6M) pounds, refined;
Castor Oil, '00 gallons;
Copperas, "JO barrels, primo green;
Cream Turtar, 5 barrels;
Gum Camphor, DM) Miuuds;
Indigo, ioo pounds, Erne to Common;
Madder, 1,000 pouuds, lirsl quality ;
Super Carb. Soda, 4,O00 pouuds prime;
Flour Sulphur, 6oo (xjunds.
All of which is otlered at tho lowest prices
Jan-9 A H. ROSCOE.
THE partnership heretofore existing under the
name aud style of M. FEKRAN A ALEXANDER is
this day dissolved by mutual consent. The busiueis
will beralter be curried on at the old staud by J. C.
MkKhuka.v, who alone is euipowered tos- ttle up the
busiuessol the old linn JAS. C. M.-KKKRAN,
J. N. ALEXAMiER.
LIVERY AXD"ALE STABLE,
Old Nashville Inn Stable,
NORTH MARKET ST.. BELOW EVANS & CO.
f IMiK subscriber has this day bought the interest of
X. J.N. ALEXajifcM in the above ulubie, and is pre
pared to furuuih,at short uotice, tleet horses aud neut
Buggies aud Hacks, lor hK.h only eery muderate
price will be charged. All who with to ride m style
Lad better give him a call.
Thoe wishing to purchase Horses wilt also find it
greatly to their advantage to give him a call, as he Is
in Communication with partu s iu Ohio, as well as else
where, through ahoeo agency he enabled to furnish
exactly such Horses as may be wauled.
ik is alfco prepared to Amir ami tktct, Brtak and
Gait to SatUlU or Harnett, in which branch (as indeed
in ali) the moil perfeei MUxrf action u warranted. Ko
niemuer, North Market street.
J. C. McFEKRAN,
may 1 5-1 m Utu of Bowling Green, Ky .
- - T ' ' T
10 HONDAS, lxndre, Nabajas, Aralas, La Sulras
, tmd olbor choice brauds, Havana Cigars for sale
by DILLON A CO.,
Late J. iriOKt A Co.,
apr28-tf 1& College street.
REAPEK AND MOWER.
AYitli AVood, Improt eiuent.
rrHlS celebrated Machine received the brat premium
J. of a GRAND GoI.lt MEDAL as the beM combiued
Uapiugaud Mowing Machine at the great Cnited states
Acricuinirai Fair, be Id at Louisville, ky, in Sepiem
In-r, Di7. The trial came oil near Syracuse, New
York, in July, where all the principal machines in the
l ulled Stale were thoroughly lei-ted. The Cimimit
teo made their awards through Marshall P. W ilder,
President Lulled Mu-s Agricultural Society at Louis
It also received the award as the best Reaper and ar
the bet Mower belore two separate CommilMwe, ap
pointed by the President of the liavalson County Ag
ricultural Society, at Naxbville, In July , 1S47, over
luoHt of Uve machines now in uae in Teuuesaee.
Numerous other premiums aud awards were give
this Machine during the lat season over every Ma
cb'ue to America. '
The above Machines are fr sale by the undersigned.
B. F. CHEATHAM, t
General Ant for the State,
t FlfcHER, WHELESS a CO.,
fnMB Nashville. Tenn.
The Suierb 3lorgan Horse,
THI3 Brat claas Americaa trotter will make fy
the Brst seasou ui Tennessee, at the M Y3
Urm ot Mr. T. Fanning, near Ninvdl, War- "
aunaUng July the 1MU, 16, at Twsjert n UvAaaa
the ean, witb the pnvUrge of reluming luarea.Uutt
prove not m foal, the sev-ona season. He , irk,pa,
the only genuine Morgan horse, both by sire and dam,
in the State, a rich bay, of the largest siao of the
breed, was never on a regular coure, but ii-otlcd at
aeveral Fairs in ISiT.ondrr S:i0,and was awarded ev
ery prise from the Nate Fair at Monqvlwr to the Cea-brcta-ut
river Valley Miow. We rel.-r.w lib great coa
naeitce, to all geuUemen who have caaiauied him, and
believe we are otb-rmijo the breeders of Teuuca.ee
the arrva-es cf as guodruadter as can be found
North or South. Every aUuuuoa will be given to marcs
troea a diatauce at Uie kil prnc.
la our abwoce Mr. i.Uiw wr Mr. Ftaaly, both
good huraeutea, will Usve the care of Una noble aal-
Addrwsa. E. R, JENNINGS k W. 5. CARTER,
Ageau, and part owaers,
Nashville or Franktut College, Tvaaeaxe.
r. S. We have also kroeght ot with us, for tale,
u, capital M.Waa inares and a superior cw&oa eult,
a which w.rvi.aul.y miwsiusuas. ,
aitrla-tf , ' -
K are manufacturing ana ha, k eale 10, It,
aud Si aaiwa IkeUM foe bottmg ! r-
txr lane. , .
- aars-Aa . fto. coueg
T. o. Baxius. . w. o. aaiuua. r. a. " Jt
HARRIS & CO.,:
Auction and Commision Merchants
,". . . v. : I AND '
Office at W. H. CORDOX & Co.'s niarehonsc,
. . . . I V - NO. 49 MARKET ST.. -Nasliville,
IIAIVUIS & CO.
AVE in store and offer to the trade
250 hhds. New Orleans Sugar all grades.
50 bbls. Powdered and Crushed Sugar.
2o0 bbls. and half bbls. Molasses.
1300 boxes Star Candles.
20 cases Sardines half and.qoarter boxes.
20 bbls. Mackerel.
100 pkgs. Assorted Liquors.
50 kegs 4 penny Nails.
25 bags Spice. . ... t
20 esses Matches. - . -
- 125 bbls. Land Plaster. , .
D I L L ON & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO J. PEACOCK A CO.,1
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, j
HAVE on hand at their Store, No. 15 College street,
a full supply of Liquors, Segars, Ac., which
are offering cheap for cash. We invito all the pat
rons of the old Arm, and as many of the new, as are
in want of articles in our line, to give us a call.
DDJXlN A CO.,
aprl9 15, College Street.
In retiring from the Liquor Business, we take much
pleasure in recommending to our old patrons the new
tirm of Dillon A Co., as gentlemen worthy of coDtldence,
nd solicit for them a continuance of past favors. '
aprl"-3m J. PEACOCK A CP.
1I1aIaOTK fc CO.,
(LATE 1. PEACOCK A CO.,)
K A BBLS Magnolia Whisky ;J
uU, 60 bbls Old Rye Whisky;
50 Fletcher's Neutral Whisky;
60 Old Bourbon "
' 50 bbls Gin, good article;
60 casks Brandy;
10,000 Choice Havana Cigars;
apr-27 a DILLON A CO.. College street
WILLIAMSON & CII EAT II AM,
Brandies, AVines and Liquors,
and dkaij;rs in
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
A'O. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
THE undersigned would inform their friends and
the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the ui m and style of
AVILLIAJISCV &. CIIEAT1IA7T.
for the transaction of a wholesale Liquor and Wine,
Havana Cigars and Tobacco Business. Having deter
mined to keep nothing In their line, except articles of
then.-REST and bkst tifAUTT, aud by giving proper at
tention to business, they reepectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
HIKKPATRIfK, KEVLXS & CO.,
Receiving, Forwarding-.and Wholesale
Market street, Xasliville, Tenn.
HAVE now in store a large and complete assortment
of Groceries embracing
New Orleans Sugars, of all grades;
Molasses, in barrels and half barrels;
Coffee, a Urge and complete stock;
Haisins, a full stock, with
Teas, Candles, Sardines, Glassware,
assorted. Pecans, Itlackerel;
Together with all kinds of articles usually kept In the
Grocery line. Our stock of
Ilrandips, Wines, Whisky, &e
Wethink cannot be surpassed in this or anv other
market. To our heavy stock of goods now in store we
Invite the attention of the trade.
mar20-tf KIRKPA TRICK, XEVTNS A CO.
J. G. ROBERTSON,
HAS just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
25 boxes English lwiry
60 " Western Reserve "
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh ;
6 " Cranberries, "
15 " Oranges, in good order;
6 " lemons, " "
A few more New York Ale Pumns lea. and will be
sold cheap by J. (i. ROBERTSON,
Wholesale and Retnil Cfnfectioner,
pinCS Broadway , Nashville.
ltufk wheat! Ilaekwheat!!
JUPT received, 2O0 bags extra-hulled Pennsylvania
Buckwheat. Ia store and for sale by
QC1CK A MEAD.
Delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
J. u. noii'Ku t co.,
MHOIXJrALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
LIQUORS AND PRODUCE,
Wo. 51, Collesr Street,
ug25 ly Nashville, Tennessee.
HAVING anticipated the large demand that Is soon
to be made for goods of all kinds this coming
Spring , we are constantly receiving and have now on
hand an immense stock of
Fine Wines, Brandies & Liquors,
OF ALL KINDS
Clears, Tobaceo andLSundrtes,
which we are offering at the very lowest possible pri
ces, tjf Particular attention paid to all orders.-
, , , LYONS a CO.,
""' No. 71 Public Square.
C. M" STEWART,
VlIOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCER AXD COMIISSION MERCMM,
NO. 41, BROADWAY, NASHVTLI.E,
The highest Market price paid for Country Pro
duce of all kmris.-fca
Jan 17 dAwly.
JUST RECEIVED AT
Ho. 17, Market Street,
KfV DOZEN Fresh Cove Oysters;
UU 20 " Spiced and Pickled in bottles;
6 cases Sardines;
10 " lie Kruiis, assorted;
20 Fresh Peaches;
20 " Strawberries:
25 " Aswrled IVkles;
20 " Brandy Peaches;
10 " Extrart of Colli'e, excellent article o
" Sparkling Oiampaigne Cider;
45 boxes boxes Fire Crackers; j
2 bbls. Zanle Currents;
CO " AHmirted Nuts;
A ' ttranges'
A fresh lut of RaiKins and Fig:
A large lot of Fresh Confectioneries always kept on
hand all to be sold at low prx-i-a to suit the times.
Ni. 17, Market street,
noviwly OpposlteMorris A Stratum's.
We are offering for Sale for Cash,
CTJQAS, COFFEE MOLASSES,
Shot, Lead, -Cijrara,
Soda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper. aas4,
Tean. Bagging, wide,
Barrel Salt, "ark Salt, Coarse and Fine, and all ether
article usually kept In a tirrcrry house.
Our friends, and the public la general, are respect
fully requested to give us a call.
J. T. MARTIN A CO.,
frblO Lf Corner Broad snd Market su.
THE birbeet market price paid lor LARD pat ap Is
- J. T. MARTIN a CO ,
foblO Corner Bread add Ktfket streets.
kt it axrsjBMT roa
rua salc st
AVOODS A. CO.,
sprlS-rf " MARKET ST., NA5HYHIX.
LA RD O I L f
Of ! Best Qnaltty,
Maaufactared and for sale, low, bf
AVOODS V CO -'
aprU-4 - ' ' HXBXU ETM KAHD-UXX.'
A. MORRISON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX .
. FOREIGN & I)OiLESTIC
- A'O. 72, PUBLIC SQUARE,
WE are now receiving our Spring Stock of goods
to which we call the attention of Merchants boy -ing
in this market. Our stock is large and desirable
We will sell low for cash or to prompt men on time
mar26-2m A. MORR1.SON A CO.
STAPLE ASD FASCV
Ladles' Dress Goods, . .
lists, Boots and Shoes,
Hardware & Qneensware,
T It A B U E B& LUC US.
WE are now receiving oar regular stock of every
description of Goods as above, to which we re
spectfully call the special attention of city and country
merchants. Come and look before yon purchase. We
have also several large lots of almost every descrip
tion of Goods consigned to us, which can be bought at
great sacrifice for cash.
marl3-tf TRABCE A LCCC8-
Allison, Anderson & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Eo. 41 Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
Spring Sty les, 1858.
WE are now receiving and opening, and shall, by
the 1st of next month, have ready, for sale, our
nsual stock of ....
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods, Varieties and
REA D r-MA DE CL0THISG,
Adapted to the SPRING and SUMMER trade. We In
vite those visiting our Market to call and examine our
stock, as we shaU offer inducements to those purchas
ing for cask or to prompt merchants.
ALLLSO,AMiEIl$O.M & CO.
Feb. 22 am. '
EVAN S & CO.,
WHOLESALE PEAIXR3 IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Dry Goods, Heady-made Clothing,
TOOTS, SHOES, HATS, BOB'ETS,
IVo. 1 Nashville Inn Uloek.
WE ARE NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING OCR
Spring Stock of Goods,
To an examination of which we would call the atlen
tion of merchants buying in this city.
Inducements will be ollered to Cjuui and prompt time
buyers. EVANS A CO.
T. & W. EAKIN & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
No. 48 Public Square.
WE IIAVE COMMENCED RECEIVING OUR
Which will be complete about the last of this month
aud to which we will add the
LATEST XOTELTiES DURING THE SEASON!
This stock will be found, very extensive and will cm
brace our usual variety of
Foreign aud Doiuestic
DRY GOODS, VARIETIES,
And having been purchased at great advantage, nnder
the existing pressure, will be sold low for CAbll, or to
Prompt Merchants on Time.
T. 6c V. EAKIN tc CO.
J.NO. F. CitI HHA.V, W. H. HAYDlUr, FKRD. A. HjUtilLMAX,
Late with Iluuteman Smith.
J. P. CALLAHAN & CO.,
; WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
RECTIFIED tfHISKY, CIGARS, iC,
No. 63 North Levee, between Washington Avenue
and Vine streets.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
V . P. & L. R. SIIRYOCH,
NO. 26 LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL STREET,
SAi.vr LOUIS, JtlO.
jr Solicit orders for the purchR-e of HEMP, BAG
GING, ROl'E, BACON, LAKD, ILOI R, WHEAT, CORN,
TT7 Sell every description of Country Produce on
Consignment, and Forward Merchandise promptly to
all poHits from St. Louis.
JIT Kefer to Fisher, Wheless k Co. ; R. O'Kane.
April 10 6m.
LATE OF UOCSKMAN A SMITH,
Commission and Forwarding
no. 9 north second street
saint loths, mo.
April 10 dawly.
John sorrrr. nj.voa! soott. wilijj c; con.
SCOTT & BIIOTIIEUS,
Commission and Forwarding
NO. 9 LOCUST STREET, BET. MAIN AND LEVEE,
st. i.ocis, yio.
t f Partk-nlar attention given to the sale of Produce
and filling orders of every description, "ffs
RKFXKKxrn: Merchacu and Banks of Nashville.
April 10 dalnwly.
S a (Jfi. .
jaurcs is. Muiiu s
TT7 T-T T C! TT T"J
Z.A. JLkJ i-Al JL
f'f, Iuis, IMo.
CE LEB RATED
W stt T.T Terr ip r ,y
. V' iXii.;iA.ij JL
THE nadersigned, sole proprietor of the above
brands of Wbwky, would reapecwully eautf
their fneads and ew.iers against the numerous uu
lUtious of these w-lJ known brands.
1 be Sfnirtoos article m m variably a nefarious cotn
pooti., whvrr.a we guaranty the genuine, cianufM
tured mty by ourselves, to b. free (rum ail ubauxaiua
Ui red tents.
UUTIIOLI, SniTII ic CO.,
LKS and Ua North S-,4 strwt.
apm-tf t n Loaia. Mo.
BUSHELS Superior Ohio River Coal as
OUUvJ altha Cual Yard en CoUege treet, ad.
Kxning M. A E. '. Cbeeliuun's WarrUmse, car.ifully
soreeued sad cleaned, at li cents per beaheL
AiMlr ta the CuaJ Yard.
a. t l'a vis
GET THE II EST.
THE CESXTNK AKBROTYKK ta. Prniaas PVtara
m beyoad ceaapanatMS tb. sryie of lil in
jet hitrodacad, aad staada whIumm a nv si:
Tane caao'4 change Uiem,
. . Liebl caauot U4e them.
Im4seas eaacxiS mouM ttwm, ,
t Iai ran uw reach tSara, 11
Rue caanct cortij. tbent.
Ma4e as berrWure by LARTOM lit, Cersw ef Oerry
ad I ntoa Streets, aad put np at l-v atyla at Uw
era pro. - , . - - -
. 4iia4 at a (Ur rtactna la XaaATiU
x t. J'Ui.t, iat.'
THE above House having been thorongbly
re-fitted is now open for the reception of j C
travelers. The proprietor hopes from bis lit& ,
lonfr experience in the business, and his de
termination to spare no pains in supplying his table
with the best that the market affords, to merit and re- -ceive
a share of patronage.
Tay Boarders tl SO
Week.... 3 60
WM. M. WtSBOCRN,
Situated on Market Street, .
And near the Public Square,
IS now open for the accommodation of the
public. The house has been thoroughly
renovated and refurnished. The Proprietor
is determined by attention to the c -mfort of
his guests, to merit the patronag6 it the public.
Board per day I...tl 50
Board per week S3 so
febll tf THOMAS S. WATSON, Proprietor.
Corner Tlaln and Mxth
THIS well known Hotel, having been thoroughly re
paired and newly furnished, if now open for the
accommodation of the traveling public. Situated in
the most central and business part of the citv, and
having superior accommodations, the Proprietor hopes
by strict attention to business to merit a large portion
of the public patronage. His charges will be to suit
the present hard limes.
Dec. 2 wly J. COMB, Proprietor.
JO. B. S 31 IT II, Proprietor.
HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor me witli a
call. Of my friends, and the citiiens of Nashville and
Iiavidson county, I would solicit patronage. My table
will at all times be provided with the best the country
aflords, and every care will be taken to please all.
There is a good Livery Stable contiguous to this
house, and the Fayetteville, Mulberry and Lvnchbnrg
Mail and Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesdsy and Friday for the above places, at
14 o'clock, P. M., and returning every Tuesdav,
Thursday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock, A. M., making
connections with the Nashville and Chattanooga, and
McMinnville and Manchester Mail Trains.
Tullahnma, August 13, 1S57. raa
Metropolitan Eating Houses
THIS fashionable and popular Eat- t, ...tH E '1 tt.
ing House is Just in receipt of a
superior lot of Freals Oyatera, together un all
kinds of ftame, which will be served up in splindid
style at all hours of the day. Thankful for the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed upon our house, we
trust by close attention to the wants of our customers,
we shall continue to merit the snme in the future.
J. A W. WOOKE,
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedar and Cherry sts.
Riddleberger's Eating House.
SAM RinniXBFRGER Ukes occasion to announce to
the public, that, the Summer season over, he has
given op the enjoyment of "rural felicity" and return
ed to town. His House is again oeiied, and he h.tpes
to see again the smiling faces of Ins old friends and
customers, aud to become acquainted with lots of new
ones. His tables shull always be liberally supplied
with the bent our market aflords, and a '-little mure."
Sept. 1, 1657.
NASHVILLE LYSIRAXCE OFFICE
JET'S X INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital and A sseia SI 500,000.
HARTFORD FIBE lNSIRANCE C03IPA.XY,
Cash Capital and Asset-(637,000.
Phccnix Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Asset-t341,000.
QUAKER CITY IXsFrAXCE CO 31 P AX Y,
Cash Capital and Assets-$277.66.85.
New-York Life Insurance Co.,
Accumulated Capital-t 1,00,4000.
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Life Risks taken on
equitable terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. -J5 College Street, opposite the Sewauee House.
Nashville, Jan. '-'4, 1858
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public jrs
Souare.over Iyr Pearl's Exchange Vr?r
(illice. They will take riks on Lwclliiigs VtoCS
and other Houses, tioods in Store, against V -1-oKK
or Damage by Fire. Also Marui and Kiver haz
ards, from aud to all torts.
Negroei against the Dangers of the Eiver..
JOHN M. HILL. ' JOSEPH VACL3C.
JAMES COKKEV. THOMPSON ANUEKSON.
G. M. FOtiO. F. A. OWEN".
AliX AIJJSOV, JAMES ELLIS.
A. U. CAKUNER. N. E. ALLOWAV.
V. S. EAKIN.
J0SESH VAULX, President.
A. W. BUTLER, SecreUry jan-J5
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMI'ANY being fully organized, ev
arcordiiitf til churtir in itriMril fit IT "f
write Policie against lAMMs ANlt lAMAOE V -r3
BY EIRE, on Uuildiiigs, Goods, Wares, and ?2z2&
Kercnaudise generally. Also, on sliipmculfl against
lsor damage by Seas, Riveis, or lulaud Transpor
tation, on the moht favorable turuis.
Lne and Negro Hcdices granted at Current rates.
Otlice, No. 60 College, Kaet Side, betweeu Union
Street and the rublic Square.
ALFXANI'FR FAIX. HUGH MTJFA.
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER. JAMEd Wuol S.
JOHN K1KKMAN. JOHN 11. EWJN.
HENRY H ART, Ja. R. C. McNAIKY.
TUOS. W. EVAN.S. HUGH HoCKEA.
ALEXANDER FALL, President
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. janU4
rT'HE undersigned are now very extensively engag
JL ed in the manut'ueture of all kinds of CiKars, and
are enabled to compete S'lccesslully With any of the
Eastern cities. Oue of our arm, who Las charge uf
this department of our bustues, being a practical Ci
gar Milker, our cuntomers may rely upon getting such
good, as are sure to give satisfaction, and a huh we
will guarantee iu every instauce. We can assure our
friends and customers that we are making as One Ci
gars as ever came from Havana; we import from there
the Quest looarco, thereby saving considerable duty,
we are enabled to sell our Cigars when made at mm b
lower rah than anythuig like the same article could
be imported, then why not
ntonrig slotue Industry.
Call and examine for yourselves at
Janl LYONS k CO.,
No. Tl Public Square.
Bcnj. F. Sliields' Sales.
RFGUJIR Auction Sale. FURNITURE, COOKING
I TENILS, CAR1E11NG.S, ex., every baturday
morning at Id o'clock.
REGULAR Auction SaK s of Dry Goods, Clothing and
Vara-Ues. earh Wevimsday and Kriuay evening at
early Gas Light, by
Jan. 7 tf BENJ. F. SIUCLD3.
WcnJ. V. SUlclits,
HAVING completed hs arrangemeuu for the trans
action of all kinds of Agencies, to his own satis
faction ImIi confident that he can meet the excta
buns of those who may introst their goods to his care.
No condiccug Interest on bm part shall at any time be -allowed,
as a strau'.y comni wmu biiamcaa alone w UI be
aueniiaed. Jan. 1 tf
WE want 30,000 lbs. Cttax Waina Tool, for
Kbicti we will ly casli We want it ta make
Jaaas and Linsey .
aw. W h. GORDON A CO.
PUGLIX BEDSTEAD FACTORT
HAS ON HAND AND
Manufacture all kind
Also every dwrrtjj of
Mattross o s,
Made of VOITOX, SIltVK. CUT TO. V et SHITX,
HA IS. rfc. All of sIiks will baaoM a. cheap as oaa
be Lad m the cAj for caah. W. h UiKJjtLH H.
saarmy. . i, Qiarch mrwet
. W.1L CORNELIUS,
Fnrnlshla Funeral Undertaker,
49 Chnrth fttreeU
THX fern oh every tbmg a Paaerwle, as oeev.
lore. will aleu f ir-ttt lita ta faaulia oc Km-
(i trsves ta at. UUs0S CcsucUr jr.
staev& Hba l-lf
- 130015, 1)05, I
Cheaper than erer for Cash!!
. . SPRING AND SUMMER
BOOTS, S1T0ES, IIATS, AXD CAPS.
B. R. CUTTER, ;
No. 36 & 59 Corner of College and Broadway,
HAS received bis stork of BOOTS.
SHOES, HATS, and TRUNKS, for the
Spring and Summer trade, consisting
in part as Miiows, viz :
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' fine Kid and Morocco Bootees, thai and thick
sole, with heels;
fine kid and plain and trimmed;
, " Lastii'g Gaiters, side and front laced,
" Congress "
" " kid " Buskins and Front Ties;
Misses fine Kid and Morocco Slippers and Bootees;
" and children' Lasting Gaiters and "
Child reus' fine Kid and Morocco thick and pump sole;
" Fancy " Bnts and Sllpjrs;
Womens' extra size Kid Boots. Buskins, Ac.
" " " Morocco floou and Buskins
Servanui' heavy Calf, Kip and Morocco, extra
For Gents and Boys.
Genu' line Pegged and Laced Boots;
" " " Opera "
" " " patent kid and buck-skin Congress
" " " " kid and Oxford Ties;
" " " Broad strap Shoes, pump and welt;
For sale by B. R. CUTTER,
No. S6 and 69, cor. College and I roidwnv,
mr H Naahville, Tenn.
3 A OH tEETon hand, of all sizes, from two to
UWU twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Lace Leather; to all of which I Invite the at
tention of all planters and machtnest to the above
articles, which will be sold on the best terms for cash,
at Nos. 86 aad 69, corner of Broadway and College
tnar 13 B. R. CUTTER.
Hats and Caps for 3Ien, Coys and Children.
. I AM receiving direct from the , .
fy ufai tories, all the latest Mvles of Spring LZiJ
JAS '-d Slimmer HATS and CAPS, consisting a"i
n part of the best Casimere Soft Fur Haw, or
all qualities. Also, a full assortment of men's and
boys' Wool Hats and Caps. Will be sold on the most
reasonable terms for cash, or to punctual dealers.
B. R. CUTTER,
No. SS and 69. cor, of Broadway and Collece sts.,
rnar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
SNYDER & FRIZZELL
HAt E In store a nne stock of Boots aud 8hoea of
every description, which they are offering at low
price: - - marl7-tf
ARE In receipt of another lot of Genu Stitched
Down Shoes, at No. 21 UuMic Square.
J"n-5 SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
GENTS' fine Calf Tump Sole Boots
" " " Studied
" " " Wau-r-proor BooU;
" " " Congress Gaiters;
" " " " " double sole-
" Calf Brogans;
Also, pegged Congress Caiters and Brogans of all
TltTXKS, VALISES, &e.
Ladles' extra size Sole leather Trunks-
" " " Travelling " '
r". i "c ". Krt-I"h " with Trays;
Cents' fine Sole Leather Trunks;
" " " Valises;
" Russett Valises.
Together with CarK-t Bags, Flack Bags, Patrhels,
Ac. Ail of which are ottered st low rate for cah
J8"- SNYDER a FRIZZELL.
At Cost for C:slu
"7K have on hand some sole Ijesther Trunks and
f Valn-es wlnrh we will closo out atOwt for Cash
Persons wanting any of the above have now an op
portunity to purchase at low down prices. Call at No.
SI, I'ublic Suaro.
nmr-U SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
jou:x i ai At; Fa,
Ko 42, College Street.
GENTS Calf "SinrilED IHJWX" D. S. Shoes
" " English Laced Shoca; '
" " D. S. Water-priM.f stitched Boots;
A large assortment at very low prs-en bv
febtt tf JOHN RAMAGE.
Of Indies' misses' and Cliildrrn's Wear
TADIF-S' superior stitched calf kid Congress Gaiters
j " Italian cloth Laced Gaiters, with and with
Ladies' fine kid Congress Boots.
" " " thick side " heels.
" " thin sole heels.
Misses' lusting plain and tip'd Gaiters.
41 kid pump beet Roots.
Children ' goat, kid and French Morocco Boou, thick
and thin soles.
Children's Kid Boots, small sizes, a grest variety.
Received by JOHN KAMAliK,
murcli'Jt tf ii College street
A DDITIONAL PUI'l LIFS- Just receued a Urge
J.X. stuck uf Cheap Trunks.
- College street.
LADIES' BONNET BOXES.
LARGE and supornvr asHortmeiit of plain Top
V and Tray Top Hut CuSev, vanoua sisi-s, and uf
l.A wil-, ........r..... t... t i...
LUU W C 1 UAttU UtAL IUI v, juci ,ei 11
4i College street.
marl 0-1 f
Bros;aiis and Mud Boots.
MEN- Double Sole Brogans:
Men's Hsavr Kir Work or tx Kivrs;
For sale at very low prices FoK CAr It.
fehA . 4-.' Cdleg Street.
GENTS' WINTER BOOTS.
JOHN RAMAGE, College Street, iii in receipt of
Gents' suier Calf Water-proof Studied Boots.
" " " Congress D. S. Gaiters.
" " " D. S. Shoes.
" " " l'unip Nde Dress Boots.
" " " " " Gailers.etc
an-f Jomx Hiuii;(
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BRADSHAW & RUTLAND,
Ko. 30 l iiloit Street,
HAVEjuiit received a fresh supply of
l!OUi and MiOt, wbicb wiU be
sdl at the very lowest prices.
Ladies' Lasting Gaiters, with and
Ladies' Lasting Congress Gaiters, with and without
" Ths k aud Thin Sole Kid Buotoes, heels sad no
" Front Laced Lasting GaiU-rs,
" French embroidered hlipiers, something nice;
" White kid Wipiiers and lioMtta;
" Kid t-l ppeis, plain aud triuiUioU, heck-d aud Do
For Misses and Children.
Miases Tbu-k and Thin Solo Kid and Goal ItootMS,
" Black LarUng Gaiters;
" Rid hliers;
Tha k &de ? liool Fboes;
Childreus' kid and goat liootnea, thick and thin Sole;
" Black Lastiug Gaiters;
" l ain y heeled lim-s; f
" Jtnkle lies and blippers.
Centlemens' extra QUILTED BOTTOM BOOTS;
" " tali Water proof "
; " " I'ump "
" " ' Miuhed i
" D. 8. CongreM Caiters;
" " 1'. L.
j Pump Calf Osfurd Tire;
" D. . ' " "
J Cloth Congress Gaiters;
" Lastoig lies.
And all ai tick kci ina Phoe Store, to wdk h we
Invite Uie altunuan of all wanting articles in our hue.
Jan 5 DltAicilAM St ROLAND.
Trunks and Valises.
T A DIES' EiLra sise bole Leather
IjulwivitraftM Tr.vrlin. Trunk.
Genu' nne sole Leather Trunka; 4Sb
' Kossuth Trunks;
" H'.-g akin " iron frame.
For sale by ERAltllAW RUTLAND,
n.& No. 30 I iik street.
rE are taking Lawrencbuig Cask Notes at par
ui payment of ail accounu due us and for any
rticle we have tor Sale.
febia-tf W. H. CORDON A CO.
C1IEA1 FOR CASH.
f1) make room for new s'tpphea, I will sell my r
X niawing sv-ck of UEA El Jiuun, SJJuiLS A 0
bUOiiA SS, at cost for Caah. 1 have aiw varHMia
kinds 04 LA UtES, MISSES aad CHILlKt.. '3 wart
at reduced orica. Cui tor cash bargains at 42 College
street, jLtl.v KAMAGk.
"I c;ow icns.
Jonx YORK k CO. ttve oa hand the boat Cold Tea
.ver uOVrwii lor sale la this luaikct
SAG4 Prime lUliiaore CwSee UuH receve.
CAKTLR. M aLtV A CO
Notice to Tanners.
YT bare cmutsaUj oa hand and fur sale
GREEN SALTED HIDES,
At So. St Pout Troat street,
- Kaalavlllr, Ttssraaer,
aprl-tf J. DOYLE CO.
J c ree ! egrvm 1 1 For all tT
A NO. 1 MAN CuOk, sod hut wife, wb. is a spImmIm
waahrr aad maw. Ahw a guud taaaiiy at LiaWy
Net rwa, Such wdi be auU luw.
n3t f BOTT k CO
locU City Mills.
ANT M waatinj FJoor , Bras , M, ke., from Knrk
City Mill, wdl and aa oKDtJt IKiJC at ia. f .tu
.fctuNW.aiMH k U.'i IwtliMM, where
Us- carMa csiia lovt Lost vry dy.
SfV-tf J. . hAC'XA-N A CO
FOR KEW YORK.
CABIN PASSAGE $20!!
FREIGHT lower than by any other Steamers I FIX
Cents per foot. FOR ALL KINDS OF MEASURE
MENT GOODS. . Light BaRkxls 87 i cents earh, and
otAxr entries in pryportvmt -
ine splendid and ci-mmoaious mat wneel Mcamers
AUGUSTA, .1,VW tons Capt M. S. Woodbull.
FLORIDA, .....lJOO " IsaacOroweU.
ALABAMA, ....1J " ...... ' Goo.R.Schenck
axo vtrst CTAfn nowin
STAR OF THE SOUTH. 1,100 tons Capt. Thos. Lyon,
These steamships belong to the old established and
favoril line, known as the '-New York aad Savannah
Steam Navigation Company," and in comfort, accom-
mocations and fare, cannot be excelled. Tbev are
commanded by experienced, skilllul, careful and po
lite o (Dears.
PADELF0RD, FAT A CO.,
Sau l, l, jrrmiiLL a fon.
may-Stf Agents, New York.
Change of Schedule.
MS1IV1LLE AAD CHini.00CA KAILEOiD.
$33- DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN'S -te
EACH WAV OTFR THE ROAD.
fS and after TnURSDAY, Aprn Sth, 1668, the ras
J senger Train will ran as follows :
' T r Vub)ii-i!:. .Uli. K. , VI .....Mr. r
" ' . - u s m . a,.
Arriving at Chattanooga at J-.-X P. M. and 12:f.3 A. It.
Leave Chattanooga at loUiO A. M. and t?6 P. M.
Arriving at Nashville at tl 10 A. M. and 6:10 p. U.
lajwinirfra fiw lit. Ricl rim S'lliiilnAi.iM a -
r- . . .. 'f. r -ii ( ... . , ( Kg
leave Nai-hville on either train, and make close con
nections tbrgghout. Via. Rnoxville, Tenn.. and
puvui'4 .iiiMjritii no lUv morn-
Ing train to make the connection.
Paseeugers for Memphis leave Nashville on the 2 P.
i. warn, wnicn counecu at Stevenson with M. s C
Ttiose for McMinnville and PparU will leave Nash-
ille on tbe 2 V. VI inm & I. - h . . .
Tullahoma with the train for McMinnville. The train
which leaves McMinnville at 12:30, connects wKh the
day train from Chattauoogs and arrives at Nashville at
e.in o u
At VnuheitlA llt.r. 1. . ,1,11. .... .
... . ' uMii,! v . -ii ii. v LJI -II will, DTOUJ
for St. Lonis. Cincinnati, Louifvllle, Memphis. New Or.
leans, Pittsburg, Ac., Ac. ; also a daily hue of stages for
Through Tickets can be proenred at the Depot before
tb. Mjlrf ill. of fit train. r T-f iiini'lM. II. ...... in.
r. - - ..ii , ii uiur nr.
Memphis, J unction .Atlanta , Macon, Montgomery , Char,
leston, Savannah, Augusu, Wilmington and Knoxvilie
C. L. ANDERSON,
iio-u. oe.ienu i ictet Agent.
Charleston and Sarannah
Nasliville and Stations on N. At
C. Railroad, ivest of Stevenson
First Class, (including Hats) per 100 si is
Sorond Class... " i (in
Third Class- "i po
Special Rate for Furniture. Ac " 2 SO
COMPETITION between Steamers and Procllrs
plying between New York and t'lutrlt-xtnu -r,A
Savannah ha caused a reduction In Steamers frelclita
on through Goods. As their chargea may fluctuate
1,-itu u mr roie irom t narieston or .Savannah
to NitKhville At the same time we numnirr the rni
shall uot exceed, at any tune prior to Im of June, the
rates as heretofore advertised a Through Rates from
.-ew lorn ana 'i:i.iei, iii. io Naahville in connection
with Charleston and Savannah Steamship IJues vix-
First Class, per 100 ' ' 1 'pO
Second i'uiKS.." .
Third Class.. .' f,s
Secial lites." "."""".I!.!"".!"" 8 R0
Consign Goods to Agent CertrHl Failrii'd Savannah
aud to Acent Sooth Carolina Railroad Cliarextou. '
Overcharges and damages (excl damages oecor
Inir at sa) will be promptly nettled as h. ret..fore.
For further information or Card Firing clawiflca.
tion. Ar , apply to meat the N. AC. Railroad Depot or
by mail to C1IAS. W. ANDERStiV
f"b:J2-tf General Ageut.
Freights by Sail Vessels and Pro
Neir York, Philadelphia, Boston
MERCHANTS who may ship by the above veiwels
are informed that by consigning their goods to
the agents of the South Carolina Railriad. Charhnton,
or agents of Ceutral Railroad, Savannah, they will be
forwarded free of commissions, fdrayage and wharf
age only cliarged,) and be aent through at the follow
Flrnt n.w.per 100 lbs SI SS
Second Class 100
Third Class go
Slectal rate for light good., per 100 lbs 2 70
Rill showing amount paid vessels and amount charg
ed for drayage and wharfage, will be mailed to con
signees. CHA3. W. ANDERSON,
May 29 tf General Agent.
November 9, 18 7.
Little Miami and Colutnhus and
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTERN EOLTE.
To all the Eastern Cities.
6 A. M. lightning Express, through to Columbus, and
Cleveland without change of cars. ft:30 P. M. Eve
ning Express, through to Rellair audPillsburg without
change of cars.
Four Dally; Train.
FIR-T TRAIN. Oeveland, Pillxhurg, Stnnbcnville,
and Wheeling Lighluing EXTreaa Leaves Cincinnati at
6 o'clock A. M.,tor all the Eastern cities also, Spruig
Qel. This train stop between Cim lunotl and Columbus at
Lovelund, Morrow, X'nia,and London onlv.
SEIXIND TRAIN Cleveland Exprexs Midi Lesvrs
Cincinnati at U tOA. M.for lunkirk, Bultalo, New York
IVwton, Ac, Wheeling, lialumore, Philadelphia, Wash
Una tram slops at all points betweeu Cincinnati and
.i ' "IB.
TirtDtl 111 ITU . I..iuni-iul.lln. Tu.unn.Ufi.il
till 0.,' t i-A ... v 'iijm'-. .r-i' j. . mii.u
at 4:40 P. M. for Springlicld aud Columbus.
Ibis train also makes connections for Wilmington,
latK-arW-r and Zauesville. Tins train stop, at all points
between Onciiitiiiti and Coliimbua.
FOl'RTtl TRAIN Cleveland, Piuaburg and Wheel
ing Night Ex prei-s leaves CiUCUiuati at siO o'clock
P. M , for all the Eaatorn cities.
This traiu stoi at all puinu between Cincinnati and
No tram on Sunday.
Trams run by Columbus time seven minutes faster
than Cincinnati time.
I or Tlironslt Tickets
And all liiforinuGon at Clutuiuat! picaae apply at the
IjuI. Muimi aud Covington and Lexingtou omce, No. 3
liurnett liouee, or at the Old Oilice. southeast corner
Hroailway and Front, opposite Speucer House, or at
the Eaatorn Depot.
J. DVRAND, Supermtendent.
C F. FVLLER, Ce&eral Ticket A.eut.
THE OMNIRCS LINE rails for aengers at all the
prior iul hotels for each aud every tram. Dy leaving
directum, at either of the above otlk ea, will call for
tiaaa-ngrrs Iu all parts the city, without fail.
Nov. 16. II. U. l:LGGU. Conductor.
From Charleston to Neiv-York.
T $25 00 i
I'MITED STATF.1 71 AIL. I IE,
NEW-YOEX AND CHAKLU5T0N BTEAJiI-l-ACAvi.18.
Turouga ia 48 to 53 Hours.
The new Steawalttp CHLL'MIIIA, 16U0 tons.. M. Berry.
NAHlVilli , lfcooums T. D. twaa.
JAMKS Ala.rJt, liOO tuns S. C. Turner
MARIoN, liou tons W. J. luster.
pOLlHEliNER.lWiO tons U U. Murray.
LEA ES Artgvr s W bines evety WedaesdaT and
Eaturdav. alter tu arrival of tuc on Iruhi the
Souili mii Mitt. TabWv supplied witn every luxury.
Attentive and couiweou commanders will insurw
travelers by this line every possible .twiufort and so
commulatuu. Cabin Passage ....24
11ENF.Y MIRO0N k CO.. Agents,
Mar St. Oiarlelou , b. C
Notice of Dissolution.
THK partnership exiaticg b-twcea B. LANIER k
GEO. MliLLLI-, ander Ui. style uf B. LAN ILK
Co., m Una day asMutswl. b. lauwr having purchas
ed Goo. Miaeli'seaure mterest IB the bte flrtn.leataa
aattMw-Ukl im .-tlle up the same. It. LAN I Kit.
Mar. , lsi- GEO. lilZUX.
Eeferrtiig to the above otiw, 1 take great
piaMur. la reoutumeuduig tu my fraseida uty tale aa
acaw In busoioaa, Mr. tt. Lanier, aa a geutlwmaa
every way wotihy uf thrtf continued patroiu;..
March ii, lOs GEO. MUELL.
LL pcrsuea Uavmg claims aaiaM th Etats of
Fasu. JoHis,det d .are liereoy aotUhMt to pre
sent theta, properly prows, and within the tune pre
cribOTi by law; and thua- uwuig said Labue are re-
natal kJ BuU.. lmmM pM.
PET t-K M'HJoD.l--
A. A. HAll HI K, I
THI saderstga is the suthortawt ageacv for lh
ale of Purler, Kotfe SweU's KaUroaU Spikes;
said to be the bant aad rhcapret spikes new m 9M. A
aapulr cuiutaaUy mi bjumI aad for sale by
v . D. D. PICKET.
aprlS-tf College Street, NaaavOU.
50 NEGROES WANTED. .
K wdl pay tbe Behcet Cash Prk for uty good
fxle-U ' B. SL BA1TZS OSX