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pro 8ootef tic.
pools, t)m, &c.
f RECEIVED THIS DAT BY EXPRESS, .
1 Cl A rx. Alexander's Kid Gloves-,
1&U 10 doz. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, white a cal'd,
1 cartons riueals, new styles;
! do. Mouslin da Chene:
3 do. New style Stella Shawls, ior early Bprtnf ;
tOO Pique Collars and Sleeves, new styles;
Crape Collars and Sleeves, do;
Breakfast Caps, do. ;
IUuion Capes and Berthes, do.;
Our Mr. McNairy is now in tbe Eastern cities, and we
will be getting New Goods every few days during tbe
Mason and solicit a call from our friends and the pub
he generally? - B. C. McNAlRY CO.
R. C. McNairy & Co.,
RECEIVED this day an elegant lot of new and desir
able goods adapted to the present and approach
lag season, consisting in part of the following articles:
Elegant Rayadew Ulu;
-Chene Silks, - -
" Flounced do;
Double skirt do;
Side stripe do;
" Panoda Cloth "new.j
Flounced Grenadines )
Imuble skirt do;
Side, striped do;
" Plain silks all rotors
altogether with all qualities of Plain Black Silks, neat
Checks, Plaid stripes, fcc., c., very cheap. Elesant
Laces new styles. - We bave also an assortment of La
dies' Under Garments, such as Chemise, Night Gowns,
Wklrta Cans. ke. All of which we ofrr on the raoat
. favorable terms. K. C. McNAlRY CO. ja
nar20-tf ' .
Colton .manufacturers' Agency.
IX7E are Sole Agents for the sale of the Fabrics Of
"V the ' ' "
Richland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tnn
Sparta do . do Sparta, . "
Sumner v.- do do Gallatin, '
Franklin Factory. Franklin. "
laurel Hill do Henryville,
Rockdale do JMt. Pleaaant, '
Khoal Mills, ILawrenceburg,"
Crescent ' do do "
Oowsou ' do Llo "
Hope : . do do "
Plnewood do Plnewood "
And have always on hand a full stock of Sheetings,
Csoaburgs, Drillings, Bagging, Cotton arns ana oii
mr. which we offer tu tie wholesale trade enly in lou
f not less than 6 bales Miectings; 6 bales Osuaburgs;
26 bags Cotton Yarns, CO., o.
W. II. CORDON CO.
New Tork 1lillinery Emporium,
32 Union St., TVaahvllIe, Xenn.
' M US. DO Y la E
"REGS leave to inform her numerous justomers in the
Jj city, and throughout the states of Tennessee and
Alabama, that she baa returned from New York, and
has received her Spring Importations for 1858, of
FRENCH PATTERN ROXNETS & MILL
Consisting in part as follows - 1000 French Pattern
Bonnets, 600 Leghorn Bloomers aud Children' Hats
richly trimmed ; Head IiresKes, new styles ; Hi
boxes French Flowers, Bridal Equipment and Head
Ornament; 1500 pieces Honnet, sash and belt Riboons.
with a large stock of Embroideries, Collars, Sleeves,
hells, Children.' Waists, Kobes, Bands, Edgings, Inser
Aay- Country Milliners supplied with Pattern Bon
Bets, and everyarticle appertaining to the business.
Every description of Bonnets and Gent's, Hats
Bleached and Trimmed in Mrs O'.s own peculiar style.
Stamping for Braiding and Pinking done.
When serene Summer unfolds her robes,
And gives fragrance to the air,
The ladles they will bub around
In search of Bonnet without compare,
So. if ye want to save shoe-leather,
And much perplexing toil,
Our advice is, profit by the flno weather,
And examine le Chapeaus,a'la'deniier mode at
April5 tf MRS. DOYLK.
New Spring Bonnets, Millinery
Goods, &c., &c.
MRS. 31. D. IIOWKIiTOA,
Union street, near TIarket,
HASjuitt receiver1 and is now opening one of the
most elegant stocks of
SPBI.G BO.WETS,, .1LLI.ERY GOODS, le,
that she ha ever feed the pleasure to exhibit to the
Indies of Nashville. She has the latent styles, and
tbe best quality of Gods, and plodges herself to give
enure satisfaction loall who may favor her with tlieir
patronage. i .
MRS. HOWERTON returns hor thanks to her nn
aserons patrons, and would be happy to make the ac
quaintance of many others. apr'J-tf
a a mmm
Stours, Ctn lUarc, etc.
J. w: WILSON,
If anufacturerTand Sealer in
C A S T 1 i G S !
KEEPS constantly ou band for sale at the Lowest
WOOD AND COAL.
HEATING AND OFFICE STOVES,
CO A 1a UAr-KS,
Four sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
Wrought-Iron Cooking Stoves,
For wood, four stses the best Cooking Ptove now In
use will last, with care, from fifteen to eighteen years
and cook with greater convenience and in leat time
than any Cast-iron Stove. I bave also just recoived
the following :
One Hundred, Assorted g'lica, . . . .
MiSSER'S 5 MI.NTTE ICE CELU1 FREEZERS,
the best that is now in use. .
Water Coolers, all sizes and patterns.
Refrigerators for keeping Meats and Butter.
Fine assortment of Chamber Toilet Sella.
Patent Knife tluaners.
Fruit tans of my own make, will keep a good supply
made in the best manner eiliier for sealing or solder
Old Dominion Coffee Pot;
Best article for making CotT-e now in use, will make
with one third lees material and purer and stronger
than any other, ucsidu retaiuiug all the aroma of tbe
Coffee. For sale by
J. W. WILSON, .
my5tr No. 17 College st
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 SOUTH KA&KET STBLEEt,
NMhTlllfi Teun. ...
HAVTNG succeeded the late arm f
Stewart Owen, and retained
tbe old stand, is prepared to attend to
the demands of hut old customers and
pablie generally. He has In store,
aad will constantly be receiving, am
ple supplies or
btov-ea, Wares, and Grate .
Flam aad Enameled MiRsutriKB Tsoi Mivnaa and
sMMa Statisb; aad in aiiott, every Uuug usually
kept in similar establishments.
Ha aasorunent of mooes challenge eomnetiUoo,
empriaiag every style end vanety. He has the
Wrvagut-Iroa Cookiaj Itorea,
Ajaeof ethers an article which is tu great demand.
He will maarafacture the trade aud for retail, and
order, all kinds of Tin aad bhet Iron Ware, aad
Beep constantly on band a large assortment.
He bavuea the auentiuei of all his establishment,
.ui.mj aiaiself to autir saUsf action
j-- oa N'o. U Booth Market tiueet.
Mott'i Pilfnt Africnltural Fornarfc
THIS article iu coo.tr ui. led m C"iuMismce ef a
uggestkM from tit Aaar N an Institute, that a
maple portable, sad low knced furnace, was Ssuch
asedod' by farmer lor boiliug and su-auilug lood, and
for many mechauical aud doussstio purpmKa. It Wok
tbe premium at the U- a- Agricsltural ir at Louis
VtUe. Juaireoorved. - WM. H1:WAKT,
this. , No. 1 Market ftreeV
A.bjo Coal Cooking Ranges', and small Cookmgsvea
far coal. ' " ' ' '
, Nassvuui, Mares SO, IBM.
FlOM aad after lha 1st sf A pi b, the rest Ultloe will
be otiened on Sumlm at haU-i-st I A M ad
.Meat a7 M Oi again el ft P. M. aad close at T
u u. us ail wuier uMjm mi- w - ---
aalf-pasi 'cWcIt A. M., end cuo at J o'clock, T.
pea . . d ivni u.m. fuat Master.
No. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
SOLE MANCFACTTRER OF THE CELEBRATED
ALL KINDS OF DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Cologne and Vurc Spirits,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a larfps supply of old and choice
Bourbon, Rye and Monon'ahtla AVhisky.
L. A. PRATT,
LaU of Gait Jcnue,
CHARLTON M. METCAI.F,
Late of lAuitnlle IIuUl.
Corner Front and Broadway,
PRATT k SICTCAIJ- Proprietors.
No. 30, Front Street,
D ARTICULAR attention given to tilling or-
to tilling or- ifii
Y and other r$Jfc
i dera for CLOVER, TIMOTHY
seeds: CANDLES, SOAP, LARD !
OlLiJ; CHEESE, BUTTER, COKDAI.E, and armies of
Cincinnati Manufacture and I'roiluce generally.
sV Purchases made for tavli, and prompt custom
ers, get all Hie advantages of discounts and low prices
which money commands. -tut
W. W. IlAMllW Si CO.,
Portable Grinding and Bolting
Xoa. 48 and 50, East Kighth Street, between Broad
way nd Sycamore,
WE FUBMSII A COMPLETE Milt AT $5?0.
THIS comprises French Burrs, 30 inches (in iron
frame), Bolting Chest, two pairs of conveyors,
two sets of Elevators, with Belting and Gearing, all
ready to run; Reel 3 feet In diameter and 16 feet loug,
and Silk Bolting Cloth, beet Dutch Anker brand.)
we guaranty tins mil to turn out
Fifty JIarrels of Flour per Day!
We build large sued Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machines, Flour Packers, &c, and furnish
Engines, Hollers and 71111 Gearing- of
The best Dutch Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Belt
ing of all sizes at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, sent upon application
with stamp eiiclofcud. -
febl7 dly W. W. HAMr.lt CO.
1Q BUNDLES Window Sash;
lO 60 sets Wagon Boxes;
1 boxes Rivets
S kegs Washers,
20 boxes Window Glass;
174 bars Iron;
Va bundles Iron
Just received aud for sale by
D. D. DICKEY.
No. 6, College street
pples. 62 bbls Apples just received and for
L sale by (fend D. 1). DICKEY.
WHEFLBARKOWS just received and for sale by
feblo I) I). DICKEY
1 f RAILROAD S'raH-rs iusl received aud for sale
1U by (febld) l. D DICKEY
PZfff TF.KT assorted Uum-Belting, on hand and
JJJJ for sale by
lanM ! l- DICKEY
Venus Ivanla Ituekwlteat.
SACKS Bui kwheat Flour, just received ou con
signiu.nl aud for sale by
lau'ia P. D. DICKEY
KEGS Boiler Kiveis just received and for sale
by (fotllo) D. I. MIKKY
V hand and for sale by
Sept. SS. I- IMl'K lil.
DOTEN BUCKETS just received and for sale by
aprlu if a. a . D. D. DICKEY.
Seed Oats, on hand aud for sale by -'
D. D. DICKEY.
f.b6 No. 6, College street.
w. li. cniiiiis v eo. s
1 A T 11 N T
tlaslic Fire and Water Proof
THE underlined purchased the tUte Right for
Tennessee of the above ateul about one year
age aad has since introduced it rxtensively in various
portions i the Stave. asWs now the alb-iiUon id build
ers, and the public geuerally , to exaiuiue lis superior
ity over other niedenf KtMitlng.
Ttie niaterial lornis a hard and smooth surface.' It
Is impervious to water, elastic aud Uexiblo; it will
perfectly resist any ordinary exMure to lire; it is
cheaicr than any rof of the old style, aud I am sure
It will give bvtWrs-it:'ai.tiou,asUjtsluraliit.ly there
is no question. D is the best lb log ever mveuled for
painting ef old leaky bu rooia.
AVST The C.meot wdl be furnished to tbuee at a dia
tauce wiU directi'ws r usiiig. - -
r uVMY Kitmx ot sale.
Orders sent to the uudersigned, through the
Fost Office i be nronii'tly attended to.
I would respecnUy t (t to tile following gentle
nieu for whom 1 have covered building a llu the Ce
meut, and mauy oihers whoee names are not here
aaf-Mimrrs ao hxstc iraraanra or aasaviLLS. '
, ,sla HUMAN,
' stesars. UVVUEa SMITH. ,
COIXMAN a bi'ALV,
Mr. H. M. AkUiOVD,
a' ARK EN a kwKl, - -11UU.H
J.- ft. M.XANN.
Col. U 1. ANDERSON, fiup't N. a C. J Co.,
Key. c d. uxjrr,
P. F. WILKIN,
ft. J. MEDiS,
W. a. .HAI'ARD,
J N. W11XAKD,
a. v. s. usii.rr.
Ga. WAMI HAKltow,
W. U. tiOlUXIN a CU ,
! JAS- U EENDRICK,
iU-ctur F. G. fMITll. CU'iBibla,
Ma.' J- DoNUJ'N.Davkisos eeonlyj
CU. A. J. ltLK,Miurjr ceuntv.
j0- The Naatoville a Chaluuiuuga Railroad Cempa
sy Itave adopud that Cement lor tbe covering of liieir
ears and wilier work.
aVay- CerUBcalee and trsurooolals froca CtaclnaaU
ana elsewhere, where tUe Crmeut has beea a (eoerai
awe fur several yars, caa be exhibited.
Its eaderstgaed baa bees engaged is various mode
Of Censnsd routing fur many years, aad Sauers buaeelf
that he Use gained sumo eauerMiios and Xuo ledge
urmg Uast Uum.
1 have snade arrangesnaota la race ee a aepertor
Imported articie of booug I lt froaa Ebaurrua Uao
I i Us af Vr -f " w " sx. ,
T, , J. T. aAtliriffiT. ,
OOo 0. U Deadera.k street,
BllU4a T aasJTUia, Ia.
j. b. aaowa
RAINS & BROWN,
Druggists and Prescriptionists,
No. 19, South side Public Square,
A COMPUTE assortment of English and
American Chemicals, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and genuine ex
tracts, select Powders, arc, always on
band. Flavoring Extracts, such 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, kc. at
janl RAINS BROWN'S.
To Coaca 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 lher Varnishes in the United states, and have just
received a large supply of the following different kinds
which they will sell at a very small advance on liana
facturors' prices :
Black Enameled Coach Body Varnish,
Elastic " " Im. English.
Im. English Wearing
" " Pale Coach "
Brown Japan "
White " '
Black Iron "
White Copal m
W alnut Stain "
Extra Flue Carriage "
No. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House.
1 Afin GAIXONS Tanner's Oil, best quality Just
J. , J J KJ received and for sale low by
RAINS & BROWN.
BRISTOL ItKICK 11FST, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polishing gold, silver, brass, glass,
Ac. ; a new article; for sale by
i&a 9 RAINS s BROWN.
I K BARRELS CI)VER SEED,
1J 10 barrels Timothy "
Blue Grass Seed, cleaned and stripped,
Herds Grass Seed,
Chinese Sugar Cane,
Ijuidrcth's Garden Seeds
Just received by RAINS BROWN,
febl3 No. 19, Public esjsre
43 College Street,
Sealer in Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, "Window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fine Soaps, Hair and
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the tfy,
IN Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lubuis'
and Bazins' Extract; French, American
and German Cologne; Delluc's and Lu
bin's Sachets: Hair BriiBhes; Metal, China
and paper Pun" Boxes; Shell, Fino, and Dressing
Combs, kc, for sale by JO. G. BROWN.
Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!!
inn BCSHELS Kentucky Blue Grass, stripped;
1UU B0 " " " " clean;
150 " Herds Grass;
10 barrels pure Timothy : also,
Landreth's Garden Seeds a general assort
ment warranted fresh.
Cabbage Seed 10 lbs. large Drum-head Cab
bage; 10 lbs. Flat lunch Cabbage.
Asparagus Hoots two years old, grown by
Mr. E. Tralme.
Strawberry IMants Very flue varieties from
Mr. Henry liriver.
YV yaiidott Proline Corn which yields from
15 to 5 barrels to the acre, at
JO. C. BROWN'S,
Jan29 43 College street.
TOXE WAHE of every description for sale
oy ju. u. ni'j n .
HTISTS COIOItS in tubes of every de
scription, for sale by JO. G. BROWN.
COX; It ESS and KHPIKIS AVATEKS
always on baud, which I receive direct from the
Springs. JO. G. BROWN.
IOK THE IIAIIC Mrs. Allen's Restorative;
. Wood's Restorer;
Jan29 JO. G. BROWN.
IIIM)0 POIsTEII A very superior article
made by Barclay, Perkins & Co., in pints and
quarts. JO. G. BROWN.
COO LIVER OIL 6 gross just received
prepared by lledgeman, Clark A Co.
jan".9 JO. G. BROWN.
MO0Gi:iIALA WHISKY. A very
superior article, guarantied to be pure.
Jan29 JO. G. BROWN.
BLI E I.H K WATF.II In half barrels and
in pint bottles, for sale al Louisville prices.
jan29 JO. G. BROWN.
A. II. ROSCOE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IK
Drugs, medicines, Dye-Stuffs,
l'erl'umery, I'alnts, Oils,
Glass, Ilrualies, Wlilte Lead, Ac. Ve.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
I HAVE constantly on hand a large and
well selected stock of the above arti
cles, together with a largo assortment of
Faucy articles; all of winch is ollereu for
sale on the most accommodating terms.
Alum. 2.000 pounds:
Arrow Root, loo pounds, Bermuda and Florida-
Brimstone, ftoo jvounds, rellned;
Castor Oil, '.UK) gallons;
Copjieras, 20 barrels, prime green;
Cream Tartar, 6 barrels;
.imi Camphor, loo xuimls;
Indigo, 6oo Huuils, Fine to Common;
Madder, 1,000 pounds, Ursl quality;
Super Curb Stnla, 4,000 ouuds prime;
Flour Sulphur, 5iHJ pounds.
All of which is oilered at tliu lowest prices
jaii'9 A. H. ROSCOF-
HEAPEIt AND MOWER,
"Willi Wood's Improvement.
THIS celebrated Machine received the tlrst premium
of a CiRAND GOLD UKUA1. as the best combined
Reaping and Mowing Machine at the great United states
Agricultural Fair, held at Louisville, Ky, in Sep tern
ber, 1857. The trial came oil near Syraruse, New
York, iu July, where alt the principal ma limes in the
L'nited States were thoroughly teted. The Conimit-U-e
made tlieir awards through Marsliall P. Wilder,
I'resident L'uited States Agricultural Society at Louis
It also received the award as the best Reaper and as
the best Mower before two separate Committees, ap
pointed by the President of the Davidson County Ag
ricultural Society, at Nashville, In July , 1847, over
most of the machiuea now iu use in Ti-nuew.ee.
Numerous oilier premiums and swards were give
this Machine during ills last season over every Ma
clime in America.
The above Machines ar for sale by the undersigned.
B. F. CHEATHAM,
Oeueral Agent for the State.
FL-J1EK, W 11 El. ESS CO.,
fehlS Nashville, Tenn.
Tlie Superb 31 organ Horse,
rpillS nrstclass American IrvUer will make fy
L the tlrst seasou In Tennessee, al the WTJ
farm of Mr. T. Fanning, near Nashville, Ur- " '
miuating July tlw 15Ui, isis, at Twrvrr rivx Ik ansa
the seiison, with Uie privilege of returning mares, that
prove not in loal, the secoud season. Hu is, perha,
tha only genuine Morcan horse, boili bsire aud dam,
iu the State, is a rich bay, of tli largest size of tbe
breed, was never on a regular courx-, but trolled at
several Fairs iu lh57, under .:Mi.and was awarded ev
ery pnxo from the State Fau- at Moutielier to the Con
nei'ticut river Valley fhow. We reler, w lib great con
Odeuce, to all gentlemen w ho have examined bun, and
believe we aie oil'eriiig to ibe breeders of Tennessee
llui services cf aa good a roadster as can be found
Norm or South. Every attention will be given to mares
from a dislauce at the lowest prices.
Iu our absence Mr. tilasgow or Mr. Stanly, both
good horsemeu, will bav the care of this noble ani
mal, Address, E, R. JENNINGS a W. ?. CARTER,
Agents, and part owners,
Nashville or FrauWuu College, Teuueseeo.
F. S. W have also brought out with us, for sal,
four caprtal Morgan wares aud a supvrior Slaihoa colt,
to wbleh we respecUuily In v its attvuliun.
ryilE partnership bervlutorw existing under lha
1 name and style ol McFEKRAN A ALEXAIER is
tu is lay dissolved by mutual -ousetiL 1 tie business
w ill herafier be carried os al the old stand by J. C.
MrKsssa.v, who slotie ui supowered Iu settle up the
buaineas w Um old llria J Aa. C. MclEKR AN,
, J. . ALEXANUtR. .
LIVERY A.U"ALE STABLE,
Old Nashville Inn Stable, . .
KOETH MAEXET ST BELOW EVAJS3 CO.
r I iik. subscriber Uaa thai day bwtigut Us UiloreM vt
X J. N. Ataxaanaa in tbeabuvs atabfai, aad la pro-,
pared to furnsdi.al short uotae, beet hxsa aud Beat
UuggkM aud Hacks, fur whah only a sary mrminmU
pra will be charged. AU who wali to wis la style
Lad belter give uiui a cad.
Ttuae w islung to MtrcuasM Horses will also Oad It
greatly Iu tbeir advantage to give him a call, as ho la
la romutuiucalion w lib artaM la utiki, as well as elaa
wbcre, Uiruugh mUme Ik; be enabled to furiusb
tmettf such HoraM as Bsy be wanlrd.
11a is also preir4 to Aafci ad luek. Break md
CU to Sfitlie sr Aii-acal, WshK b brainii (as indeed
lit alii tae awsst perfect tutasrswjsi ts awarrwawest Us-
"-'WU 'V V c. MrEBRAN,
auaylS-la Lais of Bowling tireen, Ky.
ttezar t Mcs arn!
lO HONDAS, LadrM, Kabaia, Araiaa, La auttaa
aad otbor ctioica Uaasa, Havana Clears tor aais
4 IHUN a iXi.,
WS ars BBaaufactorumg aad have fur sale 10, 1C,
aad 23 saliva axilla fog boibag tltioras i
gar Caaa. . . DOiUUS,
affb-taa K'a CoUr( act, '
T. B. JLUXS.
W. O. EaRKJS.
r. a. Baxiua.
HARRIS & CO.,
A action and Commision Merchants
Office at W. H. GORDON k fo.'s Tharehonse,
K0. 49 MAEKET ST..
11 A TV 1 I S C O .
HATE in store and offer to tbe trade
2S0 hhds. New Orleans Sugar all grades.
60 bbls. Powdered and Crushed Sugar.
200 bbls. and half bbls. Molasses.
1300 boxes Star Candles.
20 cases Sardines half and quarter boxes.
20 bbls. Mackerel.
J0 pkgs. Assorted IJqaors.
50 kegs 4 penny Nails.
2A bags Spice. .
20 cases Matches.
125 bbls. Land Plaster.
( SUCCESSORS TO J. PEACOCK CO.A
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
HAVE on hand at their Store, No. IS College street,
a full supply of Liquors, Segars, kc, which
are offering cheap' for cash. We invito all the pat
rons of the old firm, and as many of the new, as are
In want of articles in our line, to give us a call.
PIU).V a CO.,
apr!9 15, College Street.
In retiring from the Liquor Business, we take much
pleasure In recommending to pur old patrons the new
firm of Ptllon k Co., as gentlemen worthy of confidence,
nd solicit for them a continuance of past favors.
aprl9-3m J. PEACOCK a CO.
1-llAliOX Si CO.,
(Lars J. rcacocK a co.,)
PBLS Magnolia Whisky :'
t5o bbls Old Rye Whisky;
oo Fletcher's Neutral Whlsty-
60 Old Bourbon " ,
6(1 bbls Gin, good article;
60 X casks Brandy;
10,000 Choice Havana Cigarg;
apr27 a IHIJaiN a CO. . College street
WILLIAMSON & CIIEAT1TAM,
Brandies, Wines and Liquors,
AND DEALERS IN
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
A'0. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
THE undersigned would inform their friends and
the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the firm and style of
WILLIA.TISO: &. ClIKATHAltT,
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
the pckist a.n Bssr orauTT, and by giving proper at
tention to business, they respectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
KIKKPATKICK, NEVIXS & CO.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Wholesalo .
Market street, IVasltville, Tenn.
HAVE now in store a large and complete assortment
of Groceries embracing
New Orleans Sugars, f n grades;
Molasses, n barrels and half barrels;
Coffee, a large and complete stock;
Raisins, a full stock, with
Teas, Candles, Sardines, Glassware,
assorted. Pecans, Mackerel;
Together with all kinds of articles usually kept in the
Grocery line. Our stock of
Ilrandies, Wines, IV li laky, Ac..
We think cannot be surpassed in this or any other
market. To our heavy stock of goods now in store we
invite the attention of the trade.
KIRKPA TRICK, KEVINS CO.
J. G. ROBERTSON,
It roadway, I'aslivllle,
HAS just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
'IS boxes English Imiry "
50 " Western Reserve "
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
6 " Cranberries, '
15 " Oranges, in good order;
6 " lemons,
A few more New York Ale Pomps left, and will b
sold cheap by J. G. ROBERTSON,
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner,
)an?5 Broadway, Nashville.
JUPT received, 200 bags extra-hulled Pennsylvania
Buckwheat. In store and for sale bv
OXH'k & MEAD.
Pelivered to any part of the city free of charge.
j7ll. 1101llul St CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
LIQUORS AND PRODUCE,
"So. 61, College Street,
aug2i ly Nashville, Tennessee.
C. M. STEWART,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCER A.ND COII.IIISSM .MERCIIAM,
NO. 41, BROADWAY, NAPHVILI.E,
vr-The highest Market price paid for Country Pro
duce of all kuids.a.
Jan 17 J.Valy.
We are offering for Sale for Cash,
CTJGAK, COFFEE MOLASJES,
Soda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper, ass'd,
Tenn. Bagging, wide,
Ttarrel Salt, Sack Salt, Coarse and Fine, and all other
articles usually kept in a Grocery house.
Our fneuds, and the public in general, are respect
fully requested to give us a call.
J. T. MARTIN k CO.,
fcblO tf Corner Broad and Market vts.
rjHE highest market price paid for LARD put np in
X sli pping order.
J. T. MARTIN a CO ,
feblO Corner Broad add Market streets.
JUST 11 E C E I V E D AT
So. 17, Market Street,
Cf DOZEN Fresh Cove Oysters;
OKJ SO " hpiced and Ilcklod in bottles;
6 cases t-ardiiies;
10 " I'm Fruits, assorted;
20 Fresh Peacuea;
IJ Assorted i'aklea;
20 Brandy Peaches;
10 " Extract of Code., excellent article
t " sparkling Champaigns Cider;
4S boxes boxes tiro Crackers;
2 bbls. Xante Correuta;
JO ' AssorbedNuU; .
S " Oranges
A fresh 1K of Raisins and Figs ;
A large lot of Fresh ConfeUona-s always kept oa
hand all U b sold at low prices to suit the times.
So. 17, Market street,
norSwl y Opposite Vorria A Mralloa's.
rvr cr nmsmr roa
1MMILY 13S li, !
tos aata sr
WOODS &. CO.,
aprll-tf MARKET ST., NASimiXE.
Of lbs liest Qaalltr,
Manufactured aad for sale, low, by
WOODS &. CO.,
ipris-4 Market 6T nashnilix.
FROM lbs obscribae, oa tb Sib rasl, ai McWbar
tararils. six asus-s from Nashville, oa tha Lefe-'
sua 1'ika, a fcUT Uoasa, 11 years old, botb biad ftwt
wait. W bia paau-ra Jutota, has a raloer large head, m
sewljr abud W bat lt, O-d sbsr. ua ha biad
loot, aad at a good bugy and aasViU bursa,' I wul
gtv. a Ubarai reward fct any oa who a ill ssava aua
al Stagbrsoa'a Stab!, Ctdb-ga atrvet, Kaan villa, or 4 .
Ut Im to om at U Tavrra m JUWborUriv k.
KaaavUW, Jaaa 1, liMsiw J. A. VtJST.
T. O. BARKIS.
In Oianctry.at VaTtrly, Tenn.
JUNE RULES, 1858. '
x G. W. Rives
ts. V Attachment and InJ. Bill.
John D. Woodward et als. J
IN this canse, on motion, and It appearing to tbe
satisfaction of the Clerk and Master, from the alle
gations in tbe bill, supported by the affidavit of tbe
complainant, that the defendant. John D. Woodward,
has absconded and left the country, or so conceals
himself that the ordinary process of the law cannot
be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made in Uie Nashville Patriot, a newspaper
published m the city of Nashville, for four successive
weeks, requiring tbe said John D. Woodward to ap
pear before the Chancellor of our Court cf Chancery
for the county of Humphreys, at the next term of our
said Court, to be held at the court-house in the town
of Waverly.on the let Thursday after the 3rd Monday
in September next, and plead, answer, or demur to
complainant's bill, or tbe same will be taken for con
feiwed and set for bearing ex parte as to bim.
Witness, David R. Owen, Clerk and Master of our
said Court, at office, the 1st Monday In June, 1658.
D. R OWEN,
juneU-w4t Clerk and Master.
Complainant G. W. Rives, alleges In bis bill that he
is liable as the security, and that he holds claims
against tbe defendant, John D. Woodward, amounting
to over one thousand dollars, and that he, the said
Woodward, has no property, either real or personal,
subrct to the payment of the same; but that sotd
Woodward Is tbe legal owner of two notes of hand,
one against the estate of Wm. H Foster, dee'd, for
$1300, and tbe other sgainst John T. k B. T. Scott, for
about $1300; both due and unpaid; and the complain
ant. Rives, having obtained an order granting writs
of Injunction to enjoin and restrain the said Woodward
and all other persons from collecting or attempting to
enforce the collection of said notes; and the said John
T. 4 B. T. Scott, and Sarah C. Foster, adm'x of Wm.
H. Foster, dee'd, from paying said notes until after
the hearing of the aforesaid cause. Notice of which
cannot be served upon the said John P. Woodward,
the same is therefore hereby made public.
D R. OWEN,
junel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
In Chancery at Waverly, Tenn.
JUNE RULES, 18S8.
Original Injunction Bill.
G. W. Rives vs. J.T. Winfrey and John D. Woodward,
IN this cause, on motion, and it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Clerk and Master from the allega
tion in the Bill, supported by the affidavit of the com
plainant, that the residence of tbe defendant, John D.
Woodward, is not known, he having fled the country,
so that the ordinary process of law cannot be served
upon him; it is therefore ordered that publication be
made in the Nashville Patriot, a newspaper published
in tbe city of Nashville, for four successive weeks,
requiring the said John D. Woodward to appear before
the Chancellor of our Court of Chancery tor the
county of Humphreys, at the next term of our said
court, to be held at the court-house in the town of
Waverly, on Uie 1st Thursday after the 3rd Monday
In September next, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and set for hearing ex parte as to bim.
Witness. I 'avid R Owen. Clerk and Master, at office,
the 1st Monday in June, 1858. D. R. OWEN,
junel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
In Chancery at Waverly, Tenn.
JUNE RULES, 1858.
J. S. Span "I
vs. V Attachment and In). Bill.
Jno. D. Woodward, et als. j
IN this cause, on motion, and it appearing to the
satisfaction of the Clerk and Master, from the alle
gations in tbe Bill, supported by the affidavit of the
complainant, that the defendant, John I). Woodward,
has tied the country, or has so absconded, or con
cealed himself, so that Uie ordinary process of law
cannot be served upou him; it is therefore ordered
that publication be made in the Nashville Patriot, a
newspaper published in Uie city of Nashville, for four
successive weeks, requiring the said John 1. Wood
ward to appear before the Chancellor of our Court of
Chancery, for the county of Humphreys, at tlie next
term of our said court, to be held at tlie court-house
in the town of Waverly, on the 1st Thursday after the
3rd Monday in September next, and plead, answer, or
demur to complainant's bill, or the same will be
taken for confessed, and set for bearing ex parte as
Witness, David R. Owen, Clerk and Master of our
said Court, at office, the 1st Monday in June, 1K58.
D. R. OWEN,
Junel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
IX C1IAXCERY AT WAVERLY, TEXX.
JUNE RULES, 1S58.
Original Injunction Bill.
Elijah D. Bitile vs. William Bartlcttand John D. Wood
ward, et als.
IN th's cause, on motion, and it appearing to the sat
isfaction of the Clerk and Master, from the allega
tions in the bill, supported by the uftnlav.t of the
complainant, that thj defendant, Johu 1). Woodward,
has abscoudeand fled the country, so that the ordi
nary process of law cannot be served upon him: it is
therefore ordered that publication be made in the
Nashville Patriot, a cewspaper published in tbe city
of Nashville, for lour successive weeks, requiring Uie
said John D. Woodward to appear before the Chancel
lor of our Court of Chancery, for the county of Hum
phreys, at the next term of our said court, to be held
at the court house iu the town of Waverly , on the 1st
Thursday after Uie 3rd Monday In September next,
and plead, answer or demur to complainant's bill, or
the sume will be taken for confessed and set for hear
ing ex parte as to him.
Witness David R. Owen, Clerk and ilaster of our
said court, at office, the lot Monday in June, 18.'.8.
D. R. OWEN,
Junel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
The complainant, Elij.ih D. Biffle, alleges in his bill,
that on or about the 11th day ol May, 1S68, he execu
ted his promissory note to the defendant, John D.
Woodward, for something over $2,200, with G. R.
Bitile security thereto, and that the consideration for
which the said nolo was given has failed through
fraud and collusion, and has obtained an order to en
join and restrain the said Woodward and all oilier
persons from collecting or attempting to enforce the
collection of the said note until after the hearing of
the said cause. Notice of which cannot be served
upon the s.iid John D. Woodward , and is therefore
berehy made public. 1 K. t' v t ,
juuel4-w4t. Clerk aud Master.
Chancery Court at IVasliville.
John Morrow vs. Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance
Co. aud others.
AT the ntnre of the Clerk and Master of the Chan
cery Court at Nashville, on the 7th day of June,
lt58, ou motion of complainant, by counsel iu
the above cause, and it apjiearing to the satisfaction of
the Clerk and Master, that the said defendants,
The Farmers' and Mechanics' Ins. Co., of l'lula. ,and
Thomas B Florence and Ed. R. Heliubold, are non
resident of the Mate of Tenneasee, and therefore
the ordinary process of this court cannot be served
upon them, it is therefore ordered by the Clerk
and Master that publication be made for four weeks
in succession, in the Nashville Patriot, a news
aper published in Uie city of Nashville, requiring the
said defendants to apear at the next term of Uie Chan
eery Court to be hidden for the county of lavidson ,at
the Court house thereof, in the city of Nashville, on
the first Mouday in November next, and answer said
bill, both original bill and amended bill, or the same
will be takeu for confessod as to them, and set
down for hearing ex parte.
C. P. BRIEN,
june&-w4l Pr's fee $3 Clerk k Master.
Chancery Court at IVashville.
Pence k Co., tu. Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Com
any, and others.
AT the office of Uie Clerk and Master of the Chan
cery Court at Nashville, on the 22d day of
May, 1858, on motion of complainant, by counsel in
the aboverause, and it appearing to the satislaction of
the Clerk and Master, that the Said drteudant, The
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Company, is a non
resident of the Slate of Tennessee, and therefore
Uie ordinary process of this court cannot be served
upon It. it is therefore ordered by the Clerk and
Master that publication be made for four weks
in succession in Uie Nashville Patriot, a newspaper
published Iu the city of Nashville, requiring Uie
said defendant to apis ar at Uie next term of the Chan
cery Court, to be bidden for Uie county of Imvidson,
at tbe court house thereof, in the city or Nashville, on
the 1st Monday in November next, and answer said
bill, and amended and supplemental bill, or the same
will be takeu for confessed as to it and set down for
hearing ex parte.
C. D. BRIEN,
May24-4t Pr's fee $3 Clerk a Master.
Chancery Court at lN'a&hville.
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Comtwny aud oihers .
John McCormick and oUiers.
AT Uie office of the Clerk a Master of the Chancery
Court at Nashville, on Uie 2-Ui day of Mty,
158, oa motion uf conidaiuant, by counsel in tbe
above cause, and it appearing to the aatstfartion
of the CWk and Master, that the said delentlanu.
Ji MiCoaaii-K, Eowamo I'rihs. Natuimkl hunt and
Eswaao Pkiss. Jr. , f-raaju Iiuhkioooo, and Rini
L. Loan, and Ba.K or AaaRica and Co Excuses
Bask, are non-residents of Uie Slate of Tennessee,
aad therefore the ordinary process of this Court ran
not be served upon Uiem, it ts Uterelore ordered by the
Clerk and Ma-u r that publication be made fur four
weeks in succession In tbe Nashville Patriot, a news
paper published in Uia city of Nasbviile, requiring the
aai defendants to appear at the next Wrm of the Chan
cery Court to be holden for Uie connty of PavRisou,at
lh. court house there., in the city of Nashville, on
the first Monday in Nov. next, aad answer said bill, or
the same will be taken for confessed as to them and
set down for hearing ex parte.
C. D. BRIEV,
may27-w4w Pr's fee $3 Clerk a Master.
Chancery Court at .Nashville.
as. t Amended aad Sup. Bill.
Henry II. Steplienson el aL J
AT tbe office of the Clerk and Master of Uie Cbaa
eery Court at Nashville, on Uie 14ib day of May,
lis, os motion of complainant, by counsel In Ui.
above eaus, and it appearing to tbe aaUafactioa of the
Clerk and Master, that tha said defendant Aaaos V.
Itaowx, la a non-rwudentof thestata of Tennessee, and
therefor Uie ordinary process of Uta eosrt raan4 b
served upon him, il a iberafura ordered by Um Clerk
and Master that publication b made for four weeks is
success m the Nashville Patriot, a newspaper pub
lished ra the rny of Nashville, requiring Uie said d
fetidaut to apfwr at lha cert term of the Chancery
Court to be boldea lor the county of I w vkls.au, at the
Court bouse thereof, la the city of Nashville, oa tbe
first Monday is November next, and auawrr said
atneadsd and supplemental bill in Um above cause, or
tha hum will be takes for confessed, as to him, aad
aet down for hearing es parte.
C. I. BRIEV.
aajl5-w4l Pr'sU. SJ Cterk a Master -
Chancery Court at Nashville.
Jobs R. Bats aa Paste! Mclatyrs.
a T Um ofiV ef Um Clerk aad Master of Um Chaa
2. cr y Coart al Nashville, oa tbe MU day of June,
laaa, oa saoiats of compUmaal, by counsel la
Um a bar. caaae, Bad M appearing k Um saUsfac
tloB af lb. Clerk and Master, that Ibe said defea
cant. Pasiax. Milamui, is a soa rewident of lb
F4ata af Tvaarasev, aad therefore tbe ordinary process
ef Uua court ru sot be served spoa bim ; m m therefore
ordered by UM Clark aad Master that publicauoa bs
mads for fear weeks ra snctesasia fcs the Nashville Pa
triot, a aewspapor published ta lbs City tf Nashville,
raqairtaC tha said tfrfeadant appear at Um aext
ssrea Um Cbaacenr Court, le b feoidea fur Um coca-
y af fwrtdsoa, at Um court bona, thereof is Um city
. f KeaavuM, oa Um Irst Moa? ta Kor. swxl, aad
saawvr oaad kill, or UMsasieatU a lafcoa for ceafaas
t d aa to ius ana est down for aoar-avg as twrta.
. . t CD. WHEN,
.JTwi . rrttMt (AMI Master.
THE abore House baring been tborouchljr JLm..
a-as. f,ttA im nnu. nnAt fo. t A 1. - t aTTT
Jl re-fitted is now open for tbe reception of
travelers. The proprietor bones from his
long experience in the busineswand his de
termination to spare no pains in supplying his table
with the best that Uie market affords, to merit and re
ceive a share of patronage.
Day Boarders $1 60
Week s 50
WM. M. WLN BOURN,
Situated on Iffaxket Street,
And near the Public Square,
IS now open for Uie accommodation of the A, K
public The bouse has been thoroughly fa c sVS
renovated and refurnished. The Proprietor trii
is determined by attention to tbe comfort of
his guests, to merit Uie patronage jf Uie public
Prices. Board per day $1 so
Board per week $3 50
febll tf THOMAS S. WATSON, Proprietor.
Corner 71 tin and Sixth Sts.,
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 Uie city, 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 tunes.
Dec. 2 wly J. COMB, Proprietor.
JO.'B. SMITH, Proprietor.
HAVTNG taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor me with a
call. Of my friends, and Uie citizens of Nashville and
Davidson 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 tbe Fayetteville, Mulberry and Lynchburg
Mail and Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day , Wednesday and Friday for Uie 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
McMinnville and Manchester Mail Trains.
Tullahoma, August 13, 1857. caa
Metropolitan Eating House
ryHIS fashionable and popular Eat- . ifTTTli i
JL iug House is just in receipt of a t, a',-
superior lot of 1'rpslt OyMters, together with all
kinds of (;aiur, winch will bu served up in splmdid
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 Uie same in the future.
J. c W. MOORE,
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedar aud Cherry sts.
NASHVILLE LSUHACE OFFICE
iETXA IlVSUlt AXCE COM PAX Y
Cash Capital and Asset $1500,000.
HARTFORD FIRE ixsiRAXCE COKPAXY,
Cash Capital and Assets-$637,O00.
Phcrnix Insurance Company.
Cash Capital and Assets-t341,000.
QUAKER CITY IXSURAXCE COMTAXY,
Cash Capital and Assets $277.66.85.
New-YorU Lire Insurance Co.,
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Life Risks taken on
equitable terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. lb College Street, opposite Uie Sewauee House.
Nashville, Jan. '-'S, 1X5S
FIRE LYSriaAXCE CO.MPAXY.
OFFICE North-West Corner of tlie Public
Square, over Dyer Pearl's Exi'hange jftJhs
Oftice. They will take risks on l'wellinpg "mr3s
and other Houses, Goods lu Store, agaiust tt1-? -Loss
or Iwmage by Fire. Also Marin and River haz
ards, from and to all ports.
Negroes against the Dangers of the Eiver.
E. A. OW FN.
N. E. ALLuWAY.
JOHN M. HIIJ..
G. M. FtHIG.
A. 11. GARDNER.
W. f FAK IN.
J08ESH VAULX, President
W. BCTLER, Secretary jairi
Capital $ 1 00,000: !
(ALL PAID IX AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organized,
according to charter, is preared to
write I'oiicics auauisi i.uw ai iMUJiif; v- ,
ItY KIKK on Huildines. Goods. Wares, and T'
Merchaudise generally. Also, on shipments against
loss or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Iuland Transpor
tation, ou the most favorable terms.
Liie aud Negro polices granted at Current rates.
Otlice, No. &o College, East Side, between Union
Street and the Public Square.
ALEXANDER FAIJ-. HCC.H M.'CRF.A.
ANTHONY" W. VAN LEER. JAMES W00I1S.
JOHN KIKK MAN. JOHN H. EWIV.
HENRY HART, Js. It. C. Mt'NAIRY.
TllOS. W. EVANS. HCGII McCKEA.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. JauUS
f ortAA BUSHELS T)ierior Ohio River Coal In
lOUViV at the Coal -Yard on College Street, ad
Joining M. k E. F. Cheatham's Warehouse, carefully
screened and cleaned, at 15 (d-Q ceuls per busheL
Apr'y to the Coal-Yard.
Un-atf A. L. DAVIS
a-A.aliKXll'ai UAHDEX SEEDS.
JUST received and opened a large stock of Landreth's
Garden Seeds, warranted fresb: consisting in the
usual varieties brought to Una market, to which be
would call tbe atleulion of Families aud Gardeners.
Jo. G. BKoWN,
Jau'JO-tf No. 4d College Street
Notice of Dissolution.
rtHE partnership existing between B. LANIER a
JL GEO. M1.ELI.. under the style of B. LA SI IK k
Co., is Una day dissolved. It. Lanier having purchas
ed Geo. Mizoll's entire interest iu Uie late firm . is alone
authorised to settle up Uie eaaie. R- LANIER.
Mar. J, Idas- GEO. MUELL.
afar Referring to the above notice, I take great
pleasure in recommending to my friends my late aa
aocttite in business, Mr. U. lauiier, aa a geutirman
everv way worthy ol their continued patronage.
March 2a. IttoS - GIXI. MUiXL.
THE undersigurd is Ui. authorised agency fur Uie
sale of l"urw, Kutfo k Swell's Railroad Spike ;
Said to be Uie best and cheapest spikes now ta as. X
supply constantly ou baud aud for sale by
D. D. DICKEY,
aprlO-tf College Street, Nashville.
We have constant lj oa hand and for sale
GREEN SALTED HIDES,
At Ko. 8 South Front street,
prl-m J. DuVLE a CO
gi:t Tin: bkst.
THE GENUINE AMBKOTYPE Use PrwoUaea Mrtara
K beyond eooiparsMaa lha atsst styla of bAswesa
ye introduced, and stands wsdiuul a rival:
Time canuot change litem,
Lif til caais fade tbeaa,
IwnptaM cannot mould them,
Dual call never reach tbrza,
Rust cannot corrml. them.
Made as beretufore by LARLtiMbE.Coraer of Cbarry
and I'niutt btrecia, aad put ap in tip-sop al) I. ai .si-
staT alada at aa atber roosaa sa NaabvUla
AHl'lNsI aad oonftabla family ressdsac la
Eigaid near Uu bridge, with Carrssga-aoaae
aad staUis auacbed.fur tha baUnre ufUte yar. I'v
aaaahsa givwa Kniaasiiascl. Appir U
i.VoN'3 a CO..
HMT II Public aHoara
BT a yooog maa ti rod baaiaesa aaaiiarslta as.
who baa boea ceaastd with ta. Goawry aad ia.
aaars biiaea, aad caa (watt wail r.Burassssid.'l.
Addrsws Bs al P. V. J-
Wheat and Rjr.Waatrda i
BEAT and RYE waMad by P. a C, Aaacsswa, at
Ibair waitaouaa, No. txaad wwl . sf .. .
Cheaper than ever for Cash!!
SPRING AND SUMMER
BOOTS, SnOESJIATS, AND CAPS.
B. R. CUTTER,
Ko. 36 & 59 Corner of College and Broadway,
11 Spring and Si
Va- In part as foil
HAS receive! bis stock of BOOTS.
ATS, and TRCNKS, for the
1 Summer trade, consisting
part as follows, vn ;
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' fine Kid and Morocco Bootees, thin and thick
sole, with heals;
" fine kid and " w plain and trimmed;
" " lasting Gaiters, aide and front laced,
" " Congress "
krf u Buskins and Front TV!i;
Misses fine Kid and Morocco Slippera and Bootees;
" and rhildrens' lasting Gaiters and "
Childrens' fine Kid and Mtsrocco thick and pump sole;
" Fancy" " Boou and Slippers;
Womens' extra size Kid Roots, Buskins, kc
" " " Morocco Boou and Buskins!
Servants' heavy Calf, Kip and M.irocco. eitra
For Gents and Boys.
Genu' fine Pegged and Laced Boots
" " " Opera
" " " patent kid acd buck-skin Congress
" " " " kid and Oxford Ties;
" Broad strap Shoes, pump snd welt;
For sale by B. R. CCTTF.R,
No. 36 and 69, cor. College and Protdway,
3 Nashville, Teen.
Q nnfl lEETon hand, (4 all sises, from two to
JjyjyJ twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Lace leather; to all of which I Inv He tlie at
tention of all planters and machines! to the above
articles, which will be sold on the besi terms for cash,
at Nos. 36 and 49, corner of Broad ay aud College
mar 13 B R. CUTTER.
Ilat s and Capi for Mm, Boys and fbildrfn.
uf.utories, all the latest stvles of Spring
ai d Summer HATS and CAPS, consisting
in part of tbe best Cassimere Soft Fur Hats, of
all qualities. Also, a full assortment of men's and
boyg' Wool Hals and Caps. Will be sold on the moat
reasonable terms for cash, or to punctual dealers.
B. R- CCTTS-B
No. 36 and 89. cor, of Broadwav and Coliege'sta ,
nr 13 Nashville. Tea..
SNYDER & FRIZZELL
HAVE in store a flue sunk of Uoota atvi gtioes or
every description, which they are ottering at low
SMYDEU Sc ritlZZKLL,
ARE in receipt of another lot of Genu' Slitched
iKiwn Shoes, at No. 21 Public Square.
jan2S SNYDER k FRI77rT T.
GENTS' fine Calf Pump Sole liooU:
" " " Stitched "
' " " Water-proof Roots;
" " " Congress Gaiters;
" " " " " double aola-
" Calf Brogans;
Also, pegged Cougress Gaiters aud Brogans of all
Tlll'NKS, TALlSi:. Arc.
Ladies' extra sise Sole Leather Trunks;
" " " Traveiling
" " " Kreuch with Trays;
Genu' fine Sole Lestber Trunks;
' " Valujes;
" Rus.se tt Valises.
Together with Carpel Bags, l?lack Bags, Satchels,
Ac. All of which are oJered st low rates tor cash.
SNYDER k FRIZZELL.
At Cost for tV.sh.
"1T7E have oa baud some sole Iwther Trunks and
v Valices which we will clone out at Cost for Cash.
Persons wanting any of the above have uow an op.
port unity to purchase at low dowu prices. Call at No.
martf-tf SNYDER k FRIZZELL.
O A M A t; T
.No 4?, College Street.
GENTS Calf "XMir-UED iolC.V" D. S. Slioes;
" Eiiglh ljued Slioes;
" " D. S. WaUT-priH Stiu lied RouU;
A large assortment al very low prices bv
febti tf JOHN RA MAGE.
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
JOHN R A 31 AGE,
fio. 42 Callege Mrerl, aalivlllf,
IS now receiving a large and excellent stock of La
dies' and Uaut'a Wear, aud lor Mikscs, Hoys aud
Gent's Calf Stitched and Pump Sol" Ifc.ois;
' French Patent Leatlu r suiK '.iil t on. Gaiters.
" " " Calf New Top
" Flack Goth and Prunella "
" Fxglisb Lasting and Calf Kid Tws;
" hock sain New Orleans "
Calf EngliFli stiU bed down Pump Shoes;
' I acting Ixford anil Dress Slioes,
" Calf, Kif and Ixsit Monaco Oxfords;
' Calf L'nion half G.nters.
Ladies French lasting Congress Gaiters, with and
Ladies Kid Congress Boot, do do do do;
" Italian t loth I-ace Gaiters, do do do;
. " Freuch kid Mipers l: iinined, do do;
" Wliite Satin aud Knl do do do;
" Kli e lasting Busk 111 ;
Misses K.d Roots, with aud wthout Heels;
" Hlrk and Brown Gailei s. do do do do;
" HI ick Kid and Bronzed Mips, do do do;
" Ivoitiiig Gaiters, plain and tiid, do do do;
Children s Kid and llruzet half Mipcrs;
Black and colored Lasting Gaiters;
Roy s an 1 Youth's oxford Ties; CouKrei- 1. alters; Pat
enl Lsal'ier and Calf Dress hoes; los ing Ties, Ac.
Ula)-t-l JOHN RAM AGE
LADIES Sole leather Covered Trunks;
' French Dress Truuks, lari;esiws;
Finland Round Top Tray Tmuka;
" Traveling Satchels.
Cent's No. 1 Fnglu-h rle lyaihiT Trunks;
Russet aud Iron Frame do;
" Sole Leather Buggy do;
' Ashland Sole Leal Iter Valises;
" Traveling Rags, Ac., Ac, Ac;
Just received aud for sie vety low for Cash, at No.
42 Collet e street, by
ja-r JOHN RAM AGE.
BRADSIIAU & RUTLAND
HAVE Just received a freih M- k of B00TS AND
SJiOlii for the Spring and Suuuuer Uade, w hich
w UI be sold al Low Pkiism.
Ladva Last. Cong, a Laced Gatlnrs, with and without
Lad MS Kid Ceng, k laoed Kid Boots, do. do.;
" Hlipers, do. do ; a
" Wblta kid and Satin Sliptiers;
" Embroidered, Broni.- aad Velvet Slip;iers.
nUsrs aad hlldren.
Visfaw Kid and G. Boou, with and ailiioul heels;
kal r-hpprs; " " "
Boys Fine Calf sewed and wgg-d Boots;
" " Oxford Tws; and other article,
for beys and youths wear.
Genu Extra Calf Pump and uu bed 1U-U;
" tngres Gaifrs.
m . " Oxlorl Ilea;
- " Pat. Le.ither Pump Congresa Gaiters;
pat Ijeatht-r Oxford Ts-s;
Ooth fvn . GatU-ia and Last Ties, and Calf Patent
Laatiier Suap ttocsof all kiuos, suitable lor Uiefrpruia;
aad r-ummer trade. Call at No. Hu, t us.n street,
aasy ll-if BKAlkllAW AKLTLAND.
Sole Leather Trunks and Valices.
LAPIE? No. 1, bole Leather Trunks;
" .nd Kip Bonnet Boxes;
Lads. Parking Trunks;
Genu- Sole LataUier Trunks;
Ku.- u and Iron Frame Trnnks;
All Of which will be sold at very low prtre. by
BKAle-UAW a RUTLAND
tnay 11-tf No . SO Union street.
TORK It CO. bav. oa band tbe best Cold Pea
ver tMbtl for sal. In this market
BAGS Trim. Balttm-re ColTe. Juat rawing
CAK1EK, M KAY CO
. Wool! Wool!!
TT want SO.OuO lbs. Clxa Wasano Voot, f"V
V wbicb wa will pay cash. . wast n to soaas
Jasas aad Uaawy.
,vu: H. CORI-ON CO.
PflOIX BEDSTEAD FACTORY
HA? ON HAND AND
Manufacture all kinds
A Us trf daacrtpuca of "
JaZTsCftXirOsSaS O f3,
Kaaa at tTI TU.Y, SMCVK, IV1TO.V m SHVCK,
HJklM, aV- Alt of whira aill aa au4 aa cassaa as caa
b. ka la lb. c 4 fur cash- W. K. ttntMlUt si.
aaartRly. , Cbtsrcb aXrsw
Ftrclshiag Funeral Todertaker,
49 Carls kirwat,
"TTTTIX farassh .vary thwr at ruowala. a bereto
llsva Will alaofirwa a I wt raaul aa m-
lafraiB RkOUisl Ceac(rr.
. lafiUf . . - - .
1 . '
TlirouKh Rates of Freight from
New York to Naslirille.
In connecUua with New Tork Side Wheel and Screw
Steamship Lines, to
CHIRIESTOK AViD SAVA!AII.
THE following rates to take effect on and after JrrB
w York to Kasltvllle.
Tirrt class, per 100 lbs $1 (at
jicond class, 1 44
Third class, " 1 16
Hats In Boxes, 8 67
Special Rates, 3 02
CLASS IT1CATI0N CN TFE AE0VE E0UTZS.
I lr( Claaa.
Piano Fortes, Books. Stationery. Boots. Shoes. Li
quors. Oil, fcc, in boue:Camnliene and Spirits Tur-
penune in narreis; tarpeting.inma, t;iss and Glass
ware, in cases: Clocks ronfvtioiiri rv,tinn rri..
CuUery. in cases, casks, and boxen; Drv Goods, m
boxes and bales; D-ogs, Fruit Trees and "Shrubbery,
Furs, Garden Seeds, Looking-Classes, and Looking.
Glass id 1 ten, fat owner's rutt :1 K-sters in ran. sad
jars; Saddlery, Tin and Britanuia Ware; Teas and
Hardware, fexcent anrh as itwiiu 1- n. ..a
Tlilrd classes,) Coffee Mills, Machiuerv; Forein Li
quors, in barrels and Pipes; Tobacco in boxes- Leath
er, In rolls and boxes; Oils, In. barrels and' ca.ks
Crockery and Queensware, in crates and casks- Rice!
U K , ... n fla , . D . t
' ' . , , -ur-r niww nuu copper.
Axes, Shovels, Spades, gad-lrons. Zinc and Tin la
pigs.Tm Plate, Anvils.Vices, casks of Chains and Hoes
Vsnilla and Cotton Cordage, Coffee, Hearr Caumgs,
Mill Gearing, Carriaee Springs and Axles", Railroal
Wheels and Axles, Chairs, Spikes, and Rosin la bbls.
Furniture and Carriaires boxed, and other lirln ir.
ticlea not enumerated: a so. Carboy of Acids, or oth
er Chemicals, will be charged by actual weight, at
1 up, voos raws.
aJar No charge for dravsce. wharf.is-e. or forw.nl.
trig Th above rates cover all expenses from New
York to Nashville.
M iT" Stevenson and all stations on V.chvitl. 1-
OiattanoogaRoad, west of Stevenson, entitled to above
asT It Is only necesarv to insure eoo.1i to rfc.rU..
ton aud Savatiuah, the Roads assume all risks aftar
they are delivered by the steamer into the hands of
the draymen, on the wharf, until delivered at the de
pot of destination. By doing Uiis merchants will aava
from 25 to 60 ceuu per 100 lhi. ou the 1st aud 2d class
Tlr Koad will not be rcsiMinsible for anv damaaea
occurring at sea.
Goods shipped via Savannah should be conaleusd in
Agent Central Railroad, Savannah, Ga.
Good slniMd via Char eon should be consigned t
Agent South Caro uia Railroad, Charleston.
CHARLES W. AN"IJtSON,
JeS-tf General Agent.
FOR NEW YORK.
FASTEST LIXE !!
CABIN PASSAGE $itJO!!
IRICIGIIT lower than bv any other Steamers ! FIX
Cents ier foot. FOR ALL KINlej OF MEASURE
MENT GOODS. Light Bakkkls ST, ceuu cat h, and
other artu les in propurtim!
The snlemlid and cinniodious siile wherl Stnamers
Al'GCSTA ,MMi4Mis Capl M. S. Woodhutl
FLORIDA 1 .:t-0 " I-aacflrowell.
ALABAMA 1 XM " " Geo. R .Scbenck
ami morr ctaiw rsoranica
STAR OF THE SOUTH. 1,100 u.ns,. . .1 apt Thos. Lvon.
These Suamships belong to t'.e old et.ublHhod and
favorite line, known as Uie '-New York and Savannah
Stoam Navigation Coinany," and in comfort, arcora
mndstioiis and fare, catiuot be excelled. They ar.
commainled by expel a-iuod, tkilllul, careful aud po
PADELFORD, FAY k CO.,
SAM'L. L. MITCIIIU. sov.
may-8tf Agenu, New York.
Freights by Sail Vensels and l'ro
nv York. Pliiladclpliia, Boston
MF11CHANTS mho may ship by the above vessels
are informed, that by roiiMcnuig tlieir gixsls to
the ag-iits of tlie SMith Carolina Railroat. Cliarleston,
or acent of Central Kadroad, Savannah, they will ba
forwarded free of commissions, ntrayag and wharf
age only charged,) aud be sent through at lh. follow
Flrt Class, per 100 lbs II Si
Second Oaf 1 OO
Third Class HQ
Sti1 r.it'-s for li-lit goods, per 100 lbs S 70
B.M showing amount isml vesmds and amount charg
ed for dravageaud ahartaire, will be mailed to cou
aigne,f. CIIAS. W. ANDERSON,
May 'J'.i tf General Agent.
November 1), IS 7.
Little Miami and Columbus and
t VlVi'J t V 4 J if
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTEKlt EOUTE.
To nil the Kastern Cities.
GA. M. I-ulitnmg FxpreKS, through to rt.lnnibus, and
Cleveland w.thont chance of cars. .TO P. M. Eve
ning Fxprnrs, through to Bellair aiidl'iuburg without
change of car.
lour Dally Train.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, teubenvil!er
and Wli-eling Uglitiiing Express Ijesves Cincinnati at
A o'clock A.M., for all lue Laieru cues also, Spring
field. This train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus at
!veland, Morrow, Aenia, aud Loudon only.
KECUNU TRAIN. Cleveland Express Mail leaves
On. uinaliat II 4) A . M. for Ismkirk , Miimilo, New York
Boalou, Ac, Wheeling, Iktltiiiairr, I'hdadelpbui, Wash
This train ato at all points between Cincinnati and
TIII1U' TRAIN. Accommoilation leaves Onrmnatl
at 4 40 P. M. lor iriiiD-l.l and folouibiie.
This train also niskes connections for Wilmington,
lancaMer and Aanesville. Tins Uaiu atop, at all points
between Onritinsu and Columbus.
Ft'UKTH TRAIN'. Tleveland, Pittsburg and Wheel
ing Night ExreM Leaves Cuicluuali at B0 o'clock
P. M. . f'lW all Uie lj-l-rn cities.
This train stos at all points between Cincinnati and
No train on Sun-lays.
Trams run by Columbus time -eeven minutes faster
than ClnciiiliKti tune
1 or Throagh Tlcketa
And all luforui.it.ou st l!iuu.nU pusss. aH'ly at lb.
iJtlle Miami aud oi ii..'Um and laixniglon otlice, No. 3
Buriirtt Mouse, or at tlie tild 1 mw-., souin-aat corner
Broadwav and Front, oposile Sprucer lljuse.or at
tbe EaiOi-ru Ieiot.
i. ii ham), nuperuiteaawit
E. F. FULIiTK, General Ticket Agent.
THE OMNIBUS LINE calls fr passengvrs at all tba
prtucipal hotels for rarti and every trsui. By leAving
directama al r It tier oi tbe shove ottkes, will call for
paMieugera in all ai t of the city, without fail.
Nov. 15. H. II. KUiGl, Conductor.
C A II IX PASSAGE
From Charleston to New-York,
vTf D STATE lAII. UM',
S1TW-T0&S AND CHARLESTON STEAJI-i-ACEXlo.
Through ia 48 to 6i Uours.
The new Steamship OilA'MUIA, laoo lous.. .M. Berry.
NA.-HVII !:. Itaio mni T. II. Ewau.
JaMI- Al.Ut, l&oviuus K. C. Turner
MAKItiN. 1S) Umis W. J. ruw.
HiUTHFKNsJl.lOiM ferns L. M Murray.
LFUVES Adger'a Wharves .very Wednesday aad
Saturday, alter tlie irmii of tu. ii u. ui tba
fcouUt nuu Uwi lable. supplied witb every lusury.
Atsruuv. and rourloous couuuaiid.rs will Uiaura
travelers by tba liu. .very aavubl. comfort aad ao
commodation. labia Passage.... t?i
HENT.Y Ml---ROON a CO., Agent,
Mae S l bsrl.-et.ai. H C
aLuiuber, Lmuber, Luuibfr.
SQUARE Cfcl'A.t and all other kinds of lumber caa
b bad at lb. Lavergue law Uills.oti the Nashvula
and tbait.iio.wa lUdroad. la auuV. fr4a Nash nil..
j. a. hiki'mi
TO LfOXOJJICAL FAMILIES
And Ladles, Married or Single
F"OR rmy Csesls .aclisssd. k poataga staasps, Us aa
1 er signed wiU aoraard.by rstull bmu, tba ful
lowtaat Mvaluabi. honsrbold rvreipia, load, without
treat ., aad fuU pruitod aaatracuuaa. Fur tea teats
fmm caa prurur. what would cost at tba atura 00.
dollar via :
How tu aaaa Pumas ctarta, rwa aaaortMi atTsa
How vw nil To'B Powissa
liow T ui Hub KawTuaam Ci.
How to Haaa Haia Uva.
How to aaas ruaavax
Haw to Baas Buaa us P.osas, TO asaun a Fasntas
ras.a tss race.
How to aaas Rocca roa ras nnxrvaasoa.
How to aaas Isoaxusss 1st.
Hnw Mail Cuaaa.
How ra buab Ckasar, r-m aoMW aausas catxa.
lUrpw TwelTrwa' ewlebralad Wart leg Receipt;
your ashing ana, ai half tX. tuaa aad truubi., arab
ut Kstai eaat yoar clutbra witb tha N.si ssiim
itoaaa- , Wt CiHUS H. Hurt,
jwarlo-Aasw. 1'ruokl) a, N. V.
' mri e powdeu.
I BATE m UAtoAAtk?
Ksa lKipo;it a Rfl. Pawaer,
, lao tium-ky
1.0UO ' 4 BlaaViug pJWdcr,
O0LS fastrataar laaa. ' - - -
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