Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Nashville patriot. (Nashville, Tenn.) 1858-1860, June 26, 1858, Image 4',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Tennessee
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
prp Boob$, dr.
fRECEITED THIS DAY- BY EXPRESS,
I CI A AO- Alexander's Kid Gloves, '
icU 10 dex. Extension 8. 8. Skirts, white fc col'd,
1 cartons Pucala, new styles; .,,. . . - ;
II do Mouslin de Cttene:
ft 4 Near sty to Pwlia Aha wis, tor early Spring;
K Pique Collars and Bleeves, new styles;
Crape Collar and Sloeves, do;
BirtklM Up(, do.; ,
. . IUueioD Capea and Berthes, do.;
- Oar Mr. McNairy is now in the Eastern cities, and we
will b getting New Goods every Tew days during the
aeason and solicit a call from our friends and the pub
lic generally - ,- B- C. XcNAlRY Jt CO.
marlO tf ' - , -
R. ,C. McNairy & Co.,
R ETQ VET) this day an elegant lot or new and deslr
able goods adapted to the present and approach
ing season, consisting hi part of the following articles.
. Elegant Bayadew Silks; '
"... Chene Silks, -"
M Flounced do;
Double skirt lo;
t-Mo Stripe do;
u . 4 Psnoda Cloth "newJ
" Flounced Grenadines.
iDtlble skirt do;
" fide striid do;
Plain silks all colors 4
.together with all qualities of Plain Pluck Silks, neat
Chocks, Plaid stripes, kc, 4x., Tory cheap. Elegant
Laces new styles. W have also an assortment of La
dies' Coder Onrments, such as Chemise, Night Gowns,
BcirU, Caps, Jte. All of which we offer on the most
favorable terms. R. C. McN'AIRY k CO.
mar20-tf , w -'. - --
Cotton Manufacturers' Agency.
Iff are Soto Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Richland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tenn.
Sparta do do Slirta, " ;
Fumner v do da Gallatin,. "
Franklin Factory . ... Franklin, "
laurel Hill do,. , Henryville, "
Rockdale - do fMt. Pleasant, "
fc-hnej Mills, ILawreuceburg,"
Credent do do '
Crowsoa '-do' ' - - ldo " "
Hope do do "
Pine wood do Pine wood "
Ah4 hare always on hand a full stock of Sheetings,
Oanaburg, Drillings, Bogging, Cotton Yarns and Bolt
ng, which we oOnr to the wholeule trade only In lots
of wot less than 5 bales Sheetings; 6 bales Osnaburgs;
25 bag Cotton Yarns, Ac.
Nashville, Mar8. W. II. GORDON ft CO.
New York Millinery Cmpoiinin,
39 Union St., Xaalivllle, Tenn
BEGS leave to inform her numerous customers in the
city , and throughout the states of Tennessee aud
Alabama, that she has returned from New York, and
has received her Spring Importations for IbSfc, of
FRENCII PATTERX BONNETS &, MILL
Consisting in part as follows lovO French Pattern
Bonnets, 600 Leghorn Kluomers and Childrens' Hats
richly trimmed ; 2S0 Head 1'resscs, new styles ; "ut
boxes French Flowers, Br rial Equipment and Head
Ornament; InOO pieces Bonnet, sash and belt Kihoong.
with a large stock of Embroideries, Collars, Sleeves,
belts, Childrcns' Wauls, Robes, Bauds, Edgings, Inser
0jT Country Milliners supplied with Pattern Bon
Beta, and. every article appertaining to the business.
Every description of Bonnet and Gent's, HaU
Bleached and Trimmed in Mrs O'.s own peculiar style.
BUmpiug for Braiding and 1'iuking done.
lien serene Summer niifolds her robes,
And gives fragrance to tiie air,
The ladies they will bub around
Iu search of UoniuHd without compare,
So, If ye want to save shoe-leather,
And much perplexing toil,
Our advice is, profit by the tine weather,
And vsamuieleCuapeauB,a'la'dernier mode st
Aprili If JUIS. DOYLE.
New Spring Bonnets. Millinery
f Goods, tic, Ac.
MRS. 31.. D. IIOWi:ilTO.,
Cnlon aCreet, near iriarket,
HAS'juHtreceiver'. and is now opening one of the
most elegant stocks jf - r '
SPRING B0S.ETS," MILLIXERV GOODS, ic,
that she has ever had the pleasure to exhibit to the
Ladies of Naxbville. She has the LitiM styles, and
the best quality of .Goods, and piclgcA hiTM-lf in give
entire satiafacliou to 'all who may favor her with tnuir
MRil.iOWErtTOV return her thanks to her nu
merouMitrons, and would be-faappy to muke the ac
quaintance of many others.. " apr'.'-tf
Jt W. WILSON,
Manufacturerdad Sealer ia
. .. A N 11
CAST . N "G 8 !
Trura cousuatly ou band for sale at the Lowest
MOOD AXI COAL
IIEATI1VG AND OFFICE STOVES,
Foar sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
Wrought-Iron Cooking Stoves,
For wnod, four sizei the best Cooking ?iove now in
usa will last, with care, from 8rten to i'ight'eo years
and cook with greater convenience and in leH time
than any. tasi iroo t-love. I have auio Just received
t be following r
One Hondred," Assorted Fixes,
BISSER'S 5 SKUTE ICE CREAH FREEZER J,
the best that is unw in Use.
Water Coolers, all sizos acl patterns.
Refngeraun fr k'pinir Me its and Butter.
Fine assortment or CUamber Toilet Setts.
Patent Knile Oeaners.
Fruit Cans of my own make, will kewp a good supply
snade la the best manner eillier for se.ihun or rider
Old Dominion Coffee Tots;
Beet article for making Con--, now in uae. will make
with ooa-Uiird k-s material and purer and strong r
than any other, fet-tides retaititug all the aruma of the
CoBee. For bale by
J. W. WILSON,
mayS-tf No. 17 Colirge t
KjiyiriCTi ata or
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
90.14 SOUTH STXEZt, -
HAVTNO succeed ed the late Grin of
(Stewart " OwenT and retained
the old sUnd, Is prepared to aiti-nd Id
tbe demands ofi his oat eosuxnera an4
public generally, lie baa in store,
aad will constantly be receivmg, am
ple supplies of
Moves, Warts, and (.rates,
rtaia and Enamelad Mauujciksb laoa SUrusi and
GaBoaa ttrartBs; and in sliort, every thing usually
kept la Sim.lar eaublishmeula.
Bia asaoruaent of ttove cholngve com neti Iron,
eomprsung every style and variety, lie hat the
WrougM-Iroa Cooking; Stove,
Among othersan aiUcla which w tu great demand.
ja will maoufactuie for the trad, and fur retail! and
to order, ail kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware, and
keep eooHtanliy on hand a Uirg assortment.
He mvltua Uie atteuliou ot all to hut aaUblishmeut,
BiMUmc himself to enlue aaUatactH'n.
j, 25 Ko. 14 South Vl.rki-l Mreet.
MoU'i Patent Asricultnrnl Farnatfj.
THH article was cooairwwd iu eouejueuce of a
suggeatioa (roia lue Aiunrican luatilule, that a
inipte, portable, and low piitod furnace, a much
Monit-irt by larnwrs lor b"diug and .taaiiiiug luod.and
for many Bechaaa-al and d.i-nc purpo. It kxdt
the Dremium at the V. Agrruliural l.ir at Louis
WiU. Just received. bTKWART,
No. 14 Market Mrert.
Also Coal Cooking Ranges, and small Cooking Mures
for coal. W
Naauntut, March 2, 1848.
FjOM and after the 1st of April, the tost Oltlce will
ha oneood oa Hmia9$ at half past T A. M., and
b at A. M- Open again at ft Y. M. and Close at T
IrV Ob all other days ifce ottve will be oiwned at
half past .'cl-1"i"'Bii.,
a, M AMjULVJS, Pva4 Maalav.
fob - - - i - - - aaHJaXJ. .
S. N. P.IKE,
No. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
. CINCINNATI, OHIO,
SOLE MANUFACTURER OF THE CELEBRATED
' ALL KIDS OF DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Cologne and Vurc Spirits,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large supply of old aud choice
Bourbon, Rye and Monongahela Whisky.
L. A. I'TtATT,
laU of Gait Houte,
CHARLTON M. METCAI.F,
Late of Ijrmimlle lluttl.
Corner Front and Broadway,
apr!2-3ra l'RATT k METCALF Proprietors.
No. 30, Front Street,
PARTICULAR nttentinn given tonilinp or- pr
dersfor CLoVFJl, TIMOTHY and other liil
S.-edn; CAXI'LtS, SOAP, LAKH i UNSEJ-i) V&a
OII; CHEESE. HUTTl, CoRn.VGE, and articles of
Cincinnati Manufacture and 1'rodtice generally.
air Purchases made lor cash, and prompt custom
ers, i;et all the advantage of discouulu aud low prices
which money commands. "6.0.
W. Y. HAMUU V CO.,
Portable (irindinp: and Boiling
Nos. 43 and 60, it Eighth Street, between Broad
way and Sycamore,
WE Fl'RMSH A COMPLETE MILL AT $550.
THIS comprise Fretirh, Buris, 30 inches (in iron
amr). Ibiltins; 1uist, two pairs of conveyors,
(wo sets of Elevators, with Hotting and GeuriiiK, all
ready to run: Keel 2 feet in diameter and Id feet iuug,
and Sillc Rolltnu Cloth, (Tjrbt iMiu li Autor brand.)
We guaranty this Mill to tarn out
Fifty Barrels of Flour per Daj'I
We hulld larce sized Flour Mills, aUo Corn and Feed
MilU, Smut Mikcniues, Flour i'ackers, Ac, and lurniali
En;lncs, Uollera and HI 111 Gearins of
The best IHitch Ankor brand lUiltinR Cloth and Belt
ing nf all sizes at lowent prices.
Clrrulars, Kiving particuliirs, sent upou application
with stamp enoloed. -
febli dly W. W. IIAMElt CO.
1Q BUXMJS Window Sah;
JLO 60 sets Wagon lSox ,
3 boxes Kivets
3 kegs Washers,
20 boxes Window Glsss;
174 bars lion;
88 bundles Iron
Just received aud for sale by
n. p. ncKEY.
No. 6, College blruet
l. ule by
bbls Apples just received snd for
(febd I). 11. HK'KKV.
WHFXUAHKUWd just received and for sale by
fehl6 1 II. liKhKi'
RAILKoALl t- ruK'rs lust received and for sale
II. It HICKKY
",KT aitsorted (turn Belliur,
KrtfjA FK.KT tuisorted (turn Belling, on hnnd and
lor sale by (lan-i) li. It. HKKLY
K ( SACK.S Hue k wheal Flour, just received on con
tJVj sigumenland lor salo by
iM,ib n. n. nicKK.Y
KEGS Boiler Hiveis just received and for sale
by (febltt) I). I). 1UCKKY
V band and fur salo by
Hepl. '1. n. n. PICKKY.
DOXF-N' Ul'CKkTSJust received and for sale by
aju 10 if a . 1- ! 1'ICh.LY.
IT'eed Oats, uu baud uii fur bv
A l. It liirLTV
i', i'. nr..
No. 5, College street.
AY. li. CUIliOS CO.'S
P A TENT
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
aS.iV.PIK32S - J
V" CELEBRATE!)' 'I
THE underisurd purchased tho StaU Right for
TentievsUM ,, tho above pa lout about ouu year
mn and has Mure introduced it extensively iu various
iortious ol Hie Mule, asks uuw Uie atteuliou ol build
era, and tU public generally , to examine its superior
ity over oUi'-r iifHta T ItoolinR.
tUe inavrial lorius a bard aud smooth surface. It
la tuiperv'tuul to alr, eLuilic and Oexilde; it will
perlectly r. t any ordinary exp-siure to fire; it is
cheaper than auy rof of tbe old style, and I am sure
It will give belter saUslai lion; as to iu durability there
ts no (jorstion. It u tU best Uiiug ever invented lor
paiuLug ol old leak) lui roots.
M4' Tbe Ceuieul .ll be turn '.ho J to those at a tin
tauus wall uu w:uju Iht u.mp.
Is-UilMV Kli.lll Hilt SALE.
' ttrdt i s'iit to the uuder.igned, through the
Iml VJV e will t proni4ly atteudiol to.
I would re.M cuully trier to tbs followiiig -ntle
bmi for whom 1 cava cQvorad budduiga wuii tit I
luant, a4 uuuy oilieis Ium nauiua are not here
aausincrtfl ai anu Msrvanica o aaanroxs.
Uaj. A. 11 1-1 MAN,
Mcmi. HCtiMt.' a SMITH.
LOliJlAjV a bi'AL.V,
Mr, li. M. AKtlKOY f7,
WAHK1.V a MlKlKi.,
HutoH a UcVllXuCGU,
J R. M.CANN,
Col. U I. AM'rJVViN, Sup't Jf. a C R1 I Co.,
Krv. C i. uxiovr.
It. K. HIIJvIN,
K. i. MiJii.
M-tl i.ll I k-lt A- ULKRirOKO,
W. U. MlAl'AKU,
J N. VUJ.AKI.
A. V. K. UMliY,
Uen. WA-H. MAIiiUtW,
W. II. GlKll a CO ,
JA-S. H kt-Sl'KU K,
Kecvr y. C. JMirtl. Columbia,
klaj. A. J. ImMUxiX, lavi-lsoo CMDly
CajI. a. J. I llLk, VUury eouuty.
Tbe auville 1'U.iluiu. Kaitroad C nt
ay Uavs adiiu-d Uua Ceute&t tor Um ct)S rm of llirir
cars and utlr r . .i k
Cortibiat.-. aad taMtiuioaials frnoi Oncmnali
ana lsvwbr, bers lUv Cemant has bea ia getwral
UM! for several years, can be exhibited.
The snder.ii.nod haa beaeD4ad in variuas modes
of Cement rtxung fur aaaay years, and Balixrs biraawlf
tnatbehas (aued auate exparaatw) and kaoeiade
urmg that Uiua.
1 nave tnado arrangeteeala to receive a prler
tniurtHi artsrle of tunng alt (r.sa ki ausr a Uaov
tnaas, Nw Y..ik.
bKSapioe uf Kuofing to be seas at oiboe.
- J. T. NAI'M'KST,
Oi&ce K Is Deadertrk atrrat,
' Bsyl&-4ca - aaaviU-S, Twrsv.
' - I , -
; i -
j. b. saowa
: RAINS & BROWN, -
Druggists and Preseriptionists,
No. 19, South side Public Square, '
; IVaahvllle, Tenn.
A COMPLETE aasorUnentof Englishand
American Chemicala, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and genuine ex
tracts, select Powders, Ac, always on
hand. Flavoring Extracts, such as Lem
on. Rose. Yaniila, Pine Apple, Strawber
ry, Celery, Almond, Raspberry, peach and Orange
extracts for flavoring. Best Bermuda Arrow Root,
Isinglass, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Jcc. at
Jan29 RAINS k BROWN'S.
To Coacl and Carriage Hanufactureri, Cabi
net Maker and Pain ten. '
THE undersigned have received the agency for the
sale of the celebrated VARNIHF-S manufactured
by the "Haywood Varnish Manufacturing Company,"
which are universally acknowledged to be superior to
any wther Varnishes in the United States, snd have just
received a large supply of the following different kinds
which they will sell at a very small advance on Manu
faclurers' prices :
Black Enameled Coach Body Varnlsb,
Elastic " Im. English.
Im. English Wearing
" " Pale Coach "
Brown Japan '
White " ' "
Black Iron "
White Copal m
Walnut Stain "
Extra Fine Carriage
RAINS 4 BROWN,
No. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House.
t fnr GALLONS Tanner's Oil, best quality Just
I , J J J received and for sale low by
BltlSTOI, IIKICK DI ST, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for Mlishing gold, silver, brass, glass,
ic. : a new article: for sale by
JanJ9 RAINS & BROWN.
1 K BARRELS a.OVER SEED,
1J 10 barrels Timotliy "
Blue Grass Seed, cleaned and stripped,
Herds Grass Seed,
Chinese Sugar Cane,
Iandreth's Garden Seeds
Just received by RAINS BROWN,
fel13 No. 19, Public Square
jo. g. li no iv iv,
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 flay.
IN Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lilians'
and Haziiis Extrac ts; French, American
und German Cologne; Iielluc's and Lu
bin's Sachets: Hair Brushes: Metal, China
and puiwr Putf Boxes; .Shell, Fino, and Dressing
Combs, ic, for sale by JU. C. BROWN.
Seeds! Seeds!! Seeds!!!
-I f( BUSHELS Kentucky Blue Grass, stripped;
1UU 5 " " " " clean;
150 " Herds Grass;
10 barrels pi.'e Timothy: also,
I.aiilr'tli'M .arden Seedn a general assort
ment warranted fresh.
Cabbage Seed 10 lbs. large Drum head Cab
bage; 10 llis. Flat J Mitch Cabhape.
Aitparasus KuoH two years old, grown by
Mr. K. Irab'ie.
Strawberry Plants Very flue varieties from
Mr. Henry Uriver.
V andott Prolific Corn which yields from
15 tu -5 barrelti to the acre, at
JO. G. BROWN'S,
jan-J9 4 College street.
ST OX IS AVA II IS of every description for sale
by JO. G. BROWN.
ItTISTS COLOUS in tubes of every de-
scriptioii, for salu by JO. G. BROWN.
CO.-VGICISSSand ETiriKIS UA'l IiHS
always ou hand, which I receive direct lroin Uie
Springs. JO. G. BROWN.
FOIC THIS 1IAIK Mrs. Allen's Restorative;
Barry's Trit opherous;
JanM JO. G. BROWN.
IO DO I'OIt'l i:iC A very suerinr article
j made by Barclay, 1 erkius i Co., iu pints and
quart.s. JO. G. BROWN.
COI) I.IVICH Oil, & gross Just received
prepared by liedgeiuan, Clark i Co.
janJ9 JO. G. BROWN.
MOM(.i:il.4LA IV II I SK V. A very
superior article, guarantied to be pure,
jn'jtt JO. G. BROWN.
EI-1 IS I.IC'K W.VriSIt in half barrels and
in ili t bullies, for sale al lxiuisville prices.
jan'.'U JO. G. BROWN.
A. II. It OS CO 12,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER INI
Ini";, IMedlcliies, Iyo-t u lis,
rerfuniery, I'aliitn, Oilx,
f;lass, Ilrualiesi, Wlilte Lead, Ac. Ac.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
XIIAVF. constintly on hand a large and
well selected stoi'k o Uie above arti
cles, togetliur with a large assortment of
1 ancy articles; all of which is ntlcrea fur
saie on the mot-t accommodating terms.
Alum. '2.000 iouui!s:
Arrow Root, 1U0 pounds, Bermuda and Florida
Brimstone, 600 poiimis, rellned;
Cxstor Oil, '2kM gallons;
CoprraH, 'JO barrels, prime green;
Cream Tartar, & barrels;
Gum Camphor, loo pouuds;
Indigo, 600 pounds, Fine to Common;
Mailder, l.oiK) pounds, lirst (malny;
Snn.r Cai b. Soila. 4,ooo suuds prune;
Flour Sulphur, 5oJ pounds.
AH of w hich is ollercd al the lowest prices
jiu.'U A. II. KOSCOE.
REAPER AND MOWER,
Willi Wood's Improvement.
ri"HIS celebrated Machine received the tlrst premium
X. ol a GUAM) (.UlJ) MbliAL as the best combined
Reaping and Mow inj? Machine at the great United Males
AKriciiitiiral Fair, held at laiuisville, Ky , iu Selein
ber, 1S67. Tho trial came off near Syracuse, New
York, iu July, where all the principal machines in the
t'uiled SluU-s wore thoroughly tested. The Commit
tee, m ule their awards through Marshall P. Wilder.
President lulled btatfs Agricultural society at Loom
It ilsu received the award as the bust Reaper and ar
the best Mower before two separate Committees, ap
poiuleil by the President of llie liavidson County Ag
ricultural Society, at Nashville, in July , IKS", over
most id the machines now Hi use iu Tennessee.
Numerous other premiums and awunls were give
this Sl.iclime during Uie last seaaou over every Ma
chine in America.
The above Machines are fur sale by the undersigned.
B. F. CHEATHAM,
Geueral Agent for the Plate.
FbdlKR, WUU.ESS k CO.,
fehlft Nashville. Tenn.
The Superb 31 organ Horse,
rpillS tli st class American trotter will make . jk .
X llie lirst season iu Tennessee, at the AJ UCQ)
(arm of Mr. T. Fanning, near Nashville, U-r- rt ' "
minatiiig July tho l&th, lsiN, at lnn nn iKiiuwi
the season, with Hie privilvg" of reluming mares, that
prove uol in loal, the secoud season. He is, perhaps,
the only geiiuine. Mor-nu horse, both by sire aud dam,
in the Uile, is a rich bay, of Um largest, sise ol the
breed, was never on a regular course, but trotted at
several Fairs in 1S&7, under l:0O,aud was awarded ev
ery prize from the Slate Fair at Molilfa-lier f the Cnu
ueclit'ut river Valley show. We reler, w ith great con
fidence, to all geutlenwu who have examined hiiu.aud
believe we are olleriug to tho breeders of Teuuessee
the services i f as good a roadster as cau be fouud
North or South. Kvery atteutiou w ill beivou lotuares
from a distance at the lowest pruts.
Iu our abseuce Mr. Glasgow or Mr. Manly, both
ftHxl Luisetut'U, will have the care of this noble aui
mal. Addicss, E.R, JENNINGS ft W. S. CARTER,
Aleuts, and partuwuers,
Nashville or Fraukuu College, Tennessee.
P.?. We have also brought out with us, for saie,
four capital Morgan rnurca and a siiiwrtor rftailh'n coll,
to which we rvspekUuUy in vile aitLUUoa.
rr,I!K partnership hereudore exiauug under the
1 name aud st) lo ot Mi KFdtKAN A ALFJiAM'FJt is
this day uiasoivtia by tuulual consent, fbe bustness
will hrialier be carried on at the old aland by J. C.
MFkhil., wuoalouv is rmpuwerwl tu u lile up the
bUMuasaol the old Uiut JA. C MrlUUtA.V,
J. N. ALXAMfcK.
LIVERT ANDsIlE STABLE,
Old .Nashville Inn Stable,
NiETH MARKET ST.. BELOW EVANS 4 CO.
I 'lil. subacritK-r n-ia this oy buugiil the uilorost of
X J. N. A LUi.vuu iu Uie above stable, aud Is pre
preu tj furnish, at sUuit ucla.e, beet haiaca and nat
Uuga s and tiaea, Ivr oliKll uuiy a trry maJeran
J im' wdt be charged. All who wub to rata ui style
ul belter itm liuutoU
Tliwi taliuig to purchase Horsre will sleu And It
crraily to Uieir advantage t- give hiut a call, as he la
iu imuuiuuioluu wttit taM-Uee m tBik,a4 weilaariae-
Uer , lhruigb ahuae agency be enabled Ut furnish
uodlji surti llonwa as suay t wanted.
Ha ts .iau pre,rea U Aaf A amtl &mck, Brtak mmd
UiiU Ut .Vuloir or Jtiwei, u shun tiranctt (as indeed
Ut ail) ( mtatt irritri kuutfeetun u murrmttmi. k
UioiutMU , North Itiuket aUcet.
J C. M.TtRRAN.
iua l&-lm Late of Bowling Green, ky.
RIO IlONUAs. Unlrrs, Nabwiaa, AiaW, La Pulaas
and vlher vuutcw b raa as, Mav ana Cujars fur saie
ly IdLLUS A CXi.,
Late t paaoom a Co. ,
apr2-tf 1 College street.
71 ar macufactsring and have fur sale 10,
aad ta Lailua as t lie lor buiiiaj llifw t
gr Cane. lajtUvls,
spra-a K Ceie eel.
. T. B. KAIMB.
W. O. BARKIS. '
r. a. Baaiua.
HARRIS & CO.,
Auction and Commision Merchants
Office at W. H. CCEEOX fc Co.'s TTharchonse,
K0. 49 MAEKET ST..
HAW IS afc C O .
HAVE in store and offer to the trade
2 VI hhds. New Orleans Sojrar all rrades.
50 bbls. Powdpred snd Crushed Sugar.
Sen bbls. and half bbls. Molasses.
1300 boxes ftar Candles
CO coses Pardines half and quarter boxes.
20 bbls. Mackerel.
100 pkgs. Assorted IJquors.
60 kegs 4 penny Nails.
2 cases Matches.
125 bbls. Land Plaster.
DILLON & C 0.,
(srCCKSSORSTO J. PEACOCK k C0..
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Liqnors,
HAVE on hand at their Ptore, No. 15 College street,
a full supply of Liquors, Segars, Ac, which
are offering cheap for cash. We invite 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 rail.
Prl9 15, College Street.
In retiring from the Liquor Business, we take much
pleasure in recommending to our old patrons the new
firm of Dillon k Co., as gentlemen worthy of confidence,
nd solicit for them a continuance of past favors.
aprl9-Cm J. PEACOCK : CO.
1 I li li O IS c o.,
(LATE J. PEACOCK CO. J
BBLS Magnolia Whisky;
5o bbls Old Rve Whisk v;
50 Fletcher's Neutral Whisky:!
50 Old Bourbon " ,
5u bbls Gin, good article;
50 H casks Brandy:
10.000 Choice Havana Cigars;
aor27 o MI JjON & CO. . College street
ALEX. WIIJJAMSO.f .
WILLIAMSOx & CHEATIIAM,
Brandies, Wines and Liqnors.
AND DEALERS IX
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
NO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
THE undersigned would Inform their friends snd
the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the tirm aud style of
WILMA.tlSO & CIlEATIIAItr,
for the transaction of a w holesale Liquor and Wine,
Havana Vigars aud Tobacco Business. Having deter
mined to keep nothing in their line, except articles of
the fi'KKst ami bkst yi'AUTY, and by giving proper at
tention to business, they respectfully solicit a tsirtion
of public patronage.
A I.F-X. WII.MAMSOV,
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
iTTRlisPATitlCK, KEVINS & COT,
Beceiving, Forwarding and Wholesale j.
Market street, IVasliville, Tenn.
HAVE now in store a large and complete assortment
of Groceries embracing
New Orleans Sugars, of nil grades;
Molasses, hi barrels and half barrels;
Cofi'ee, a large and complete stock;
Raisins, a full stock, with
Teas, Candle, Sardine, f.laatvarr,
aborted, I'rrans, mackerel;
Together with all kinds of articles usually kept in the
Grocery line. Our stock of
Ilrandlen, VVInen, VVhlaky, Ac..
Wetluiik cunnot be surpassed in this or any other
market. To our hea vv slock of goods now in store we
invito the attention of the trade.
mar.20-tf KIRKI'ATRICK, NEVIN5 CO.
J. G. KODEItTSON,
Ilroad way, rvaaliville,
HAS just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
5 boxes Fneltsh liairv "
60 " Western Reserve "
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
5 " Cranberries, "
15 " OraiiKes, in jrond order;
6 " Imons, ' '
A few more New York Ale I'hiiit left. nd will b
sold cheap by J. t;. Robertson
vt holesale and Retail Confectioner,
)an25 Broad way , Nashville.
Jl'PT received, 200 bajrs extra-hulled l'eunsylvania
Buckwheat. Ju store and lor sale hv
Delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
3. u. uoiir.u !t co.,
WHOLESAIX AND RETAIL
AND DEALERS IN
LIQUORS AND PRODUCE,
No. 51, Collefre Street,
aug25 ly anh vllle, Trnnrmier,
C. 3YL STEWART,
WIIOLKSALC ASD IlKTAIL
CROfER AD rOMHISSIOJ 3IEECIIAM,
NO. 41, BROADWAY, NAHVHJ.E,
sV"Tlie highest Market rice paid fur Country Pro
duce of all kiuds.-fc
Jan 17 d&wly.
We are offering for Sale for Cash,
CUGAE, COFFEE JIOLASSES,
8oda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper, ass'd,
Tenn. Bagging, wide,
Barrel Salt, Sack Rait, Coarse aud Fine, and all other
articles usually kept iu a Grocery house.
Our friends, and the public in general, are respect
fully requested to fcive us a call.
J. T. MARTIN A CO.,
Corner Broad and Market sis.
I'M IE luchert market price paid lor LARD put up in
. shipping order.
J. T. MARTIN k CO ,
f. h 10 Corner Broad add Market streets.
JUST II 12 C 11 I V 1-2 1) A T
Ko. 17, Market Street,
. ash ville, Ttnutstee' .
KA DOZEN Fresh Cove oysters; .
JU i0 Spiced and IValed in bottles;
5 cases sar'liues,
"10 " l'ie Fruiu, assorted;
20 " Fresh I'ewbes;
"0 " Jlraw berries ;
24 ' Assorted lick lea;
0 " Bratidy 1'eaches;
10 " Kxtracl ol Cotlee, excellent aruclej
iravclnm pur t:: . j '
S '. HnarkiingChampaigne Oder;
45 boxes boxes 1 ire Crackers;
1 bbls. Zante Currents;
20 Aanorlvd NuU;
t ' Oranges;
Atresh lot ol Kauuns snd Ftps;
A targe lot of Freah CoufecUcHteries always kept oa
band all to be sold at low prices t suit the limits.
No. 17, Market street,
BovSwly OpptatiteMorns a tsuatlon'a.
rvr cr sxtkmlt na
voa sat ar
aprlA-tf M-tRkl r T., NASIV1IXE.
; or ttoa Ileal Quality,
VUnufai-ture4 and fur sale, low, by
arwlJ-4 - MARKET ST.. NASHNILLC .
IROM the sebacriBar, M Use fcta mat , at McWbnr
tarsvUle, six astlat frm Naefarttie, a tti
mum like, a tf Hum, 11 years old, boiit hi ad fort
white In hai DoWra aka, aa a reA ler large hnd, la
mm If shod mi kai lure lei t, oat tuast oa hi Im4
tmet, wd at a guud bMy sad aad ana. I U
(iv a liberal rwar4 k way CM m m w ill knave h as
at 2kof ua-aa a NbM , 14MIbt wm, VaaiiviUa, ar 4m
iiver ujm a me at ln Ti. ta lie wf jwrtcrsvi a.
Vasavule, Jaaa l,laie-i J. A. BaAXT.
T. O. BaRRIS.
: Jt n uc eri) Uolircs.
In Chanffry at Tayerly," Tcna.
", " JUNE RULES, 1858. '
G. V7. Rivea ")
vs. . -- V Attachment and In). Bill.
John 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 tbe
complainant, that tbe defendant, John D. Woodward,
has absconded and left the country, or ao conceals
himself that tbe ordinary process of the law canuot
be served upon him; it is therefore ordered that pub
lication be made in tb Nashville Patriot, a newspaper
published in the city of Nashville, for four successive
weeks, requiring the said John D. Woodward to ap
pear before the Chancellor of our Court of Chancery
for th 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 1st Thursday after the Srd Monday
in September next, and plead, answer, or demur to
complainant's bill, or the same will be taken for con
. fessed aud set for hearing ex parte as to him.
Witness, Iiavid R. Owen . Clerk and Master of oar
said Court, at office, the 1st Monday In June, 1868.
D. R OWKN,
-Junel4-w4t - Clerk and Master.
Complainant G. W. Rives, alleges In his bill that he
Is liable as the security, and that he holds claims
against the defendant, John D. Woodward, amounting
to over one thousand dollars, and that he, the said
Woodward, has no property, either real or personal,
subject to the payment of the same; but that said
Woodward is the legal owner of two notes of hand,
one against the estate of Wm. II Foster, dec 'd, for
$1300, and the other against John T. & B. T. Scott, for
about SICC0: both due and unpaid; and tbe 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. B. T. Fcott, and Sarah C. Foster, adm'x of Wm.
H. Foster, dee'd, from paying said noies uutil after
the hearing of the aforesaid cause . Notice of which
cannot be served upon the said John D. Woodward,
the same is therefore hereby made public.
Junel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
In Cliancexy at Waverly, Tenn.
Ji.'NE RLXES, 1S58.
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
isfacUon of the Clerk and Master from the allega
tin in tho Bill, supported by the affidavit of the com
plainant, that the residence of the defendant, John IK
Woodward, is not known, he having tied the country,
so that the ordinary process of law cunnot be served
upou him; it is therefore ordered that publication be
made in I lie Nashville 1 'at riot, a newspaper published
In the city of Nashville, for four successive weeks,
requiring the said John D. Woodward to appear before
the Chancellor of our Court of Chancery lor tbe
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 1st Thursday after the 3rd Monday
in September next, and plead, answer or demur to
complainant's hill, or the same will be taken for con
fessed and set for hearing ex parte ss to him.
Witness. Iiavid R Owen, Clerk and Master, at office,
Uie 1st Monday in June, 1858. I. R. OWEN,
junel4-w4t Clerk aud Master.
In Chancery at Waverly, Tenn.'
JUNE RCLES, 1858.
J. S. Span ,
vs. r Attachment and Inj. 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 the Bill, supMirted by the affidavit of the
complainant, that the defendant, John i. Woodward,
lias tied the country, or has so absconded, or con
cealed himself, so "that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon him; it is therefore ordered
that publication be made in the Nashville I'atriot, a
newspaoer published in the city of Nashville, for four
successive weeks, requiring the said John I. Wood
w ard to appear before the Chancellor of our Court of
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 1st Thursday alter tbe
3rd Monday in September next, and plead, answer, or
demur to complainant's bill, "r the same will be
taken for confessed, and set fur hearing ex parte as
Witness, David R.Owen, Clerk and Master of our
said Court, at oltlce, the 1st Monday in June, ls58.
D. B. OWKN,
Junel4-w.lt Clerk aud Master.
IX CHANCERY AT WAVERLY, TE.W.
JUNE RCLES, 1S68.
Original Injunction Bill.
Elijah D. Bittle vs. William Bartlettaud John D. Wood
ward ,et als.
IN th;s cause, on motion, and it appearing to the Fat-i.-f.iclion
of the Clerk and Master, from the allega
tions in the bill, siiiKrted by the atti.lav.t of the
complainant, that tho defendant, John D. Woodward,
has absconded and Hud the country, so that the ordi
nary process of law canuot be served Uwm him- it is
therefore ordered that publication be made in the
Nashville I'atriot, a i.ewsaper published in the city
of Nashville, for lour successive weeks, requiring the
said John H. Woo-lwnrd to appear hetore the Chance!
lor of our Court of Chancery, for the county of Hum
phreys, at the Dext terra d our said court, to be held
ut the court house in the town of Waverly, on the 1st
Thursday after the 3rd Monday in September next,
and plead, answer or I'emur V complainant's bill, or
the same will be Liken for confessed and set for hear
ing ex parte as to him.
Witness David R. Owen, Clerk and Master of our
said court, at office, the 1st Monday in June, 18f8.
D. R. OWEN,
Jonel4-w4t Clerk and Master.
The complainant, Fl'j h 1. Biffie, nlleres m Ms bill,
that on or about the 13th day ol May, 1S68, he execu
ted his pn -misaory note to the defendant, John D.
Woodward, for something over tJ.'jOO, with O. R.
Biffin security thereto, und that the consideration for
which the said note W;iS given has failed Ihroi.gh
fraud and collusion, and has obtained an order to en
join and restrain the said Woodward and all other
persons from collecting or attempting to enforce the
Collection of the said note until atler the hearing of
the said cause. Notice of which cannot be served
upon the said John 1). Woodward, and is therefore
herehv made public. D R. OWEN,
jllliel4-w4t Clerk nd Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville.
John Morrow vs. Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance
Co. and others-
AT the office of the Clerk and Mastr of the Chan
cery Court at Nashville, on the 7th day of June,
lob, on motion of complamanl, by counsel iu
the above cans-, and it apeai ing to the satisfaction of
thu Clerk and Maxtor, that the said defendant.
The Farmers' and Mechanics' Ins. Co., of l'hlia.,aud
Thomas H Florence and Ed. R. HWmbolJ, are non
resident of the bUiM of Tennessee, and therefore
the ordinary process of this court cannot be served
npon them, it is therefore ordered by llie Clerk
and Master that publication be made for four weeks
in .siicce-sion, in llie Nashville 1'alriut, a news
paper published in the city of Nashville, requiring the
said defendants to ap'ar at the next term of the Chan
eery Court to be holdcii f r the county of lHVidson,at
tho Courthouse ther.-c , in the city of Nashville, on
the hi st Monday in November next, and answer said
bill, both original hill and amuuded bill, or the same
will be taken It confessed as to them, and set
down for hearing ex Jun to.
C. D. BRIEN,
June-w4t Pr's fee 3 Clerk a Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville.
Ferine & Co., vs. Ohio Life Insurance aud Trust Com
pany, and others.
AT the office of the Clerk and Master of the Chan
cery Court at Nashville, ou the M day of
Mny, Has, on motion of complainant, by counsel m
the above cause, and it appearing pi the satisfaction of
the Clerk and M ister, that the said defendant, Tbe
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Com(any, is a non
resident of the Mate of Tennessoe, and therefore
the ordinary process of this court caunoi bo served
upon it, it is therefore ordered by llie Clerk and
Master that publication be made for four w-ek
in succession in Uie Nashville Patriot, a ncwsiaper
published in the city of Nashville, requiring Uie
said defendant to appear at the next term of the Chan
cery Court, to be holdcu for the county of Ifevidson,
al the court house thereof, iu the city of Nashville, on
the lt Monday in November neut, and answer said
bill. and itmended and supplemental bill, or the same
will be taken for coufessed as to it and set down for
bearuig ex parte.
C. D. BRIEN,
May24-4l Pr's fee A3 Clerk A Master.
Chancery Court at Nashville.
Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Com "any and others rs.
John McCormkrk and others.
VT the office of the Clerk k Master of the Chancery
Court al Nashville, on the i'rth day of Miy,
IsfiS, on motion of complainant, by counsel in the
above cause, and it appearuig to lha sausfactam
of the Clerk and Musler, that the said dWeudauls,
Jou M'Cohmk K, F.i) wash I'sias, Nth.vtu. I kias and
Euwjkii I'Kiaa, Jr., hrSMWSH Klwhuciod, and Krrrs
L. I-oKo, an.l IUmi nr Asuuca ivd Cokji F-Xcuaob
Hasa, are uon -residents of the Mule of Teuiimwee,
and therefore the ordinary process of this Court can
not he served upon Uieru, it is theiefors ordered by the
Clerk aud Ma ter lhal publiraliun be made for four
weeks In succession in the SsUvdle Patriot, a news
paper published in tho city of Nashville, requiring the
said defendants to appear at the next term ot I he Cuan
cry Court Iu be holdeo fur the county ut Iiavidsoa, at
the court-house thereif, in the city of Nashville, on
the first Monday in Nov. next, and answer aid bul.or
the aaiue will be taken for confessed as to tUvm and
set down (or hearing ex parte.
C, P. BRIEV,
may27-w4w Pr's fee J Ckvfc a Masuir.
Chancery Court at Nashville.
fiuilb a Hardiu . )
re. Amended and f up. Bill.
Henry H. Stephenson et aL J
VT the office of llis CWk and VmW of the Chan
eery Court al Naahville, oo the 14 111 nay of May,
ls6, ou niotsiu n4 ouupUiitaiit, by counsel In the
above cause, and It appearing tu the satudaouoa of the
Clerk and Master, that the said defendant Aajs V.
Baowv.it a noo-restdent uf the Mate uf Tennessee , and
therefore the ordinary proces of thia eoort cannot be
served upon him, it w iLereWe ordered by the Clerk
and Master that pcblicaiton be made fur four weeks ia
succession in the Nashville Patriot, a newspaper pub
lished in the city Of NasbvUie, requiring the said de
fendant to appear at Uie next term uf the Chancery
Court to be b.-l.len lor the county of IwvKieuo, at the
Court house thereof, in the city of Nashviiie, oa the
first Monday in November next, and aiiawer said
amended aad eopplemeutJ bill id the abovecause, or
the same w ill be taken lor cuufraaed as to luia, awl
art duwo for hearing parto. .
C. D. BRIEN,
lna,li-4l Pt'tfee3 CW Mater
Cliancery Court at Nwshville.
Jota K- Bala ss. Iwaiel isrlntyrw. 1
T the nice of the CVr and Uaater of the Cha-'
eery Court al Nashvtlle.oa the alb day f June,
lsas. oa ra-tioa of eoeapUmaat, by counsel la
the above caase, aad a appearing M the aaWac.
u. of tiie tleik and Maetrr, that the aaal delea
daat. Daaiat. Mrfsrvas. at a bob reeklenl of Ua
Slain of Tetutesaee, aaa laerefarelhe ordinary prwcoM
of Uxjo eaurtcaaaut beaerred epos him . a therefore
ordered by the lick aad Blaster that pub I Krai be
nade for lour weeks m euewisaiea la the NaahviUa Pa.
WMM. a Mwspaiier iKihhahad ta the) city ef Saahtrjle,
reairicg he said dt fesdact to appear al the Best
Wsrsa of tae Chaacery Court, ta be hu4dalurUema
y uf liavMiu. a Sue eer uesai thereof at the City
f Naahviiie.ua Ute ar4 kWr ta atil, aud
newer a-d b M.es- the sssst n ill he Sakee fpe cocJeaa
td a4 Iv feutt ai.4 at duwratur hcarag et W.
- . c u. Rhuv,
T wtt . Ft faat) Oark aUaar,
r TIT V .lura rrnn 1 : . . . a
i--' uviug oeen uiorougmy
re-fitted is now epen for the reception of
travelers. -. The proprietor hope from his
lone exoerienee. in th. hnjnca ... h. a.-
termination to spare no pains in supplying his table
with the best that tbe market affords, to merit and re
cei ve a share of patronage.
Pay Boarders fl 60
w eek 3 60
WM. . WLNBOL'RN,
Situated on Market Street,
And near the Public Square,
IS now open for the accommodation of the AirjA
public. The bouse has been thoroujrhly Yag
renovated and refurnished. The Proprietor 11-1
is determined by attention to the c 'mfort of
his guests, to merit the patronage jf the public.
Board per day $1 60
Board per week $3 60
febll if THOMAS S. WATON, Proprietor.
Corner main and Sixth Ma.,
TITI3 well known Hotel, having been thoroughly re
paired and newly furnished, Is now open for the
accommodation of tbe traveling public. Situated m
the most central and business part of the city, and
bavin? superior accommodations, the Proprietor hopes
by strict attention to business to merit a laree portion
of the public patronage. ILs charges will be to suit
the present hard times.
Dec. 2 wly J. COMB, Proprietor.
JO. B. S 31 1 Til, 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 the citizens of Nanhville and
liavidson county, I would solicit tronage. My table
will at all times be provided with the best the country
affords, and every care will he taken to please all.
There is a good Ijvery Stable contiguous to this
house, and the Fayetteville, Mulberry and Lynchburg
Mail aud Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday for the alnivo piaces, at
14 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, 1K57. raa
Metropolitan Eating Houses
ryHIS fashionable and popular Eat- . aiQs'Hi
L ing House is just in receipt of a AL: y
superior lot of Freslt Oyster", together with all
kinds of ;ame, which will he served up in sphndid
style at all hours of the day. Thanklul 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 sume in the future.
J. & W. MOORE,
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedar and Cherry sts.
NASHVILLE LSIRAXCE OFFICE
.ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital and Assets SI 500,000.
HARTFORD FIRE KSTBAXCE CO.HPAXY,
Cash Capital and Assets-5637,000.
Phrjcnix Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Assets-S341,000.
QUAKER CITY IXSURAXCE COUP ANY,
Cash Capital and Assets-$277.6G.85.
New-York Life Insiirniire Co.,
Accumulated Capital-?1, 00,4000.
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Ijfc Risks taken on
eUitalle terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. -5 College Street, opp.ite ihe bewanee House.
Nashville, Jan. 'Zb, 16oa
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OFFICE North-West Corner ol the Public
Square, over Pyer Pearl's Exchange
Office. They will take risks on I wellmgs
and other Houses, OiskIb in Store, against
Loss or liamage by Fire. Alao Mariu and River haz
ards, from and to all ports.
Kegroes against the Dangers of the Eiver.
E. A OWEN.
JOHN M HII.I
JAMES COR RE Y.
t;. M. Fix;;.
N. K. AIJ.OWAY.
A. II. tiAKI'.NUt.
W. S. FA KIN .
J0SESH VAULX, President.
A. W. riL'TIJ-ni, becrcury jau'5
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
rjlHIS COMPANY being fully organized,
X according to charter, is prepared to
write Policies against KSto ANI HAMAUE
ISY FIRE, on It'iiMuig?,Goo.ls, Wares, and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against
loss or damage by Seas, R. vers, or Inland Transpor
tation, on the rnor-t favorable terms.
Lite and Negro Polices granted al Current rates.
Oll.oe, No. 50 College, Eo--t Side, between In ion
Street and the l'libhc Square.
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER.
HENRY HART, Jk.
1HOS. W. EVANS.
JollN H. EW1N.
R. C. McNAIRY.
HUt.H Mot ULA.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JAMES WALKER, Secreuuy. janJ5
iQfinri BUSHELS Fuperair Ohio River CoI in
IOUUU at the Coal-Yard on Collego Street, ad
joining M. k E. F. Cheatham's Warehouse, carefully
screened snd cleaned, at li (oiM cents per bushel.
Apply to the Coal-Yard.
ian'i tf A. L. DAVIS
a.va.altl.I lt3i tAItUEI SEEDS.
JUST received and opened a large stock of Land ret h's
Garden Seeds, warraiited lreh; cunsii,liig ill the
usual varieties brought to this market, to which be
would call the atUuiUou of Families aud l.arth'uers.
Jo. G. IlRoW.V,
Jan20-tf No. 4d College Siwt
Notice of Dissolution.
rrMIK partnership ciistiuK Ivetween B. MNIFJl a
1 t.Kii. MIZ1XI-, under the style of 1J LANIER k
Co., is this day dissolved, li. Uuiwr liariuif ptirchaa
ed t.eo. Miieil's entire interest in the Ute In m , laaloue
authoriscHi to s-tile up the same. 11 I t Nil-It.
Mar. -5, 1S6S- MlFXL.
Mjr Referring to the above eybre, I take great
pluaaarr in rrcomiaenuuig lo Ciy Irieuos my late aa
sciate in b-ismess, Mr. It. Iuirr, as a C 'liUemao
every way w -i tiiy uf their conlu.ued patronage.
March Xi, laaS GKU. MliXL.
THE nnders:gnod la the authorized agency for the
aaie of Poi tor , Kolfe k gweit s Raiuoad bpikcs:
said to be the bwt aud cheapest spikes now us use. A
supply cuufctaitUy oa baud aad for sale by
l. I. IHCKF.Y,
aprlO-tf College Btrvel, Naaltvtii.
Notice to Tanners.
We bate contUutlj on hand and for rale
GUEE.v SALTED HIDES,
At So. 8 South Front street,
prl-in J laJVLE CO
GET Till: REST.
THE GENUINE AMBKoiypE the frotaloat PV-tare
n veyuod Cotnpara.41 lue DvaXatyte ai liaeasea
yet introduced, and stauus ilUoul a rival:
1 Mm cauuut cttaiHte LUeut,
i lasta caub4 14. Uetn .
laioptwM canuot suueid them,
Itud caa never reai-ti tbea,
Hum celinut eorrwrte IHpaa.
Made as ls-ceiur. by LAUXilliE,t orer of Cherry
aad I'caai 9trerta,au4 put up ia lip lup st) 1 at t t
Atj-Vade at no other roswa al VwhnUa
"1 Jt regret that we are compelled U ptwipone Ue
I US. aaie ut tkk l iaVe-i ware, titers h-tVibg
beea sooie drtretiue a the uanrauaeuua of lha etta,.
As sn as we have n-Uabf advae tn rt-f7-res.ee t ita
amvai, era will give a43c inrvh the daily fooruais
W our (rarads aad uatusnera.
JsarU i BEX j. r. Minuet
a". B- Oar sale of Ra b Ortaolal and Itahaa statioa
ary wdl certainly take place ea Twsday tb liUiMwt.,
a are s r. tu is are ta M,aa4 e ai ke
ready tor eab.bttAa oa Moods' aoea.
aaet B. F. 8-
A Book for Ror. -
"RAW AWaT TU. tHA " Aa avaarBhy fcf
&.yt- Hjr t ,' Uaica: am For sale by
Jee, CilAi . H1UTH.
Cheaper than. ever for Cash!!
SPRING AND SUMMER
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, AXD CAPS,
B. R.. CUTTER,
Vo. 36 4 09 Corner of College and Broadway,
HA" received li trk P.flOTH,
HIOFS. HAT", and TRUNKS. Ut thf
Spring and Sommer trade, consisting
tn part sa follow., vis :
For Eadi-i, Mi and Cliildrrn.
Ladles' One Kid and Morocco Uocleca, thin aud tliick
sole, Willi heels;
" On. kid snd " "plain andtrlmmwl;
" " liiMing Gaiters, sale and front laced,
With be. Is.
" " tOngress
" "kid " Rnnkiri and Frrmt Tu-s;
Mixaes line Kid and Mor-co Flippers and Bootex;
" and rhiMr.ns Lasting GaiWa and "
Children' fine Kid and Moroc tlork and pomp aide;
" Fancy " P--rt r,d flippers;
Women' estra itr Kid ftt. flnakirji, ke.
" " " tf'ocro T-it snd K-iklns
Servant' heavy Cslf, Ktp and Morocco, extra
For Griita and V.ojh,
Genu' fine Fegged snd Iced B'-'d,
" " " Opera "
" " " patent kid and buck-skin Congress
" " " ' ki-land Oxford Tiea;
" " " Broad strap Sh', pTnn and welt;
For sale by b. k. ( TTFR,
No. Wl and (9, cor. C-jllege and I rent way,
mar 13 Nashvillt, Tenn.
3"irjA EFT on band.ot all sizes, from two to
WU twelve Inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Ijue Leather; to all of which I invite the at
tention of all planters and machines to the above
articles, which will be sold on the bent terms for cash,
at Nos. 36 and 59, corner of Broadway and College
ma- 13 B. R. CUTTER.
Hats and Caps for Men, Coys and Hiildrcn.
I AM receivfng direct from the man
fft ufai tones, all the latest stvlos of Spring C
jf ai d Summer HATS and CAI"S, consisting 1
m part of the bwt Cassimere Soft Fur Halt of
all qualities. Also, a full assortment of men's and
boys' Wool Hats and Ca. Will be sold on the most
reasonable terms for cash, or to punctual dealers
B. R. CUTTER,
No. 36 and 59. cor, of Broudwav and College sts
P'ar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
SXYDElt & F1UZZELL
HAt E in store a One stock of Boois and Shoes of
every description, which they are offering at low
VIi:it Jc FHI.ZLI.L
ARE in receipt of another lot of Genu' Stitched
Pown Shoes, at No. 21 l'ublic Suuare.
J-a SNYDER A FRI7ZELL.
GENTS' flue Calf Pump Sole Boois;
" " " Studied "
" " " WaUT priH.f BcH.ts;
" " " CougrcMi Gaiters;
" " " " " double sole-
" Cair Brogans;
Also, jiegged Congress Gaiters and Brogans of all
TICI'MiS, VALISES, Ac.
Ladies' extra sire Sole Leather Trunks;
" ' Travelling '
" " " French " with Trays;
Gents' fine Sole Letther Trunks;
" Russett Valises.
Together with Car-t Bags, Black Bscs, Satchels,
Ac. All of which are ottered at low rates tor cash
Jan'-5 SN YI ER FRIZZEIX.
At Cost fur Cash.
"T7E have ou hand nonie solo Leather Trunks and
? V Vahces which w e w ill cloi-e out at Coat for Ca.li.
Persons wanting any of the above have now an op.
portunity to purchu.se at low How n prices, tail at No.
21, l'ublic Scjiiaro.
niar9-tf SNYI ER Jt rRIZZELL.
J O 11 ?. Va A l A Vm l'a ,
No 42, College Street.
GENTS Calf "S1WI1EU V. S. Shoes-
" " Engli-h Laced Shoes;
" " I. S. Water proof St. ti lled Ro..us;
A large asso: Uueul at ery low prices bv
feb If JOHN' RAM AGE.
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters
Ko. 42 College Mriol, aslivlllc,
IS now receiving a large a:id excellent stock of In
dies' aud Geut s Wear, aud lor Misses, lioys and
Gent Calf Stitched and 1'unip Sole Boots;
Jreuch I'alent Leather and Call Cou. Gaiters.
" " " all New lop
" Black Cioth and I'runelU "
" English Lasting and t'-U Kid Tih;
lliicksklu New (irleaiis
' Call Euglish sliiched down I'ump Shoes; .
lantiug. oxford aud I'ress Mines. '
" Calf, hid and boot Morocco Uxlords;
" Calf Cuion half (iailem.
For Lad Ira.
Ladies French lasting tiirein Gaiters, with and
Lada-s hid Congress U miIs, do do do do;
44 Italian Cloth Itce trailers, do Oo do;
" French Kiu Mipei s u mimed, do do;
" While atin and hid du do do;
" Fine lJislmg llnskitis;
Misses Kul Koois. Willi and without tieels;
' Black and llruw n Gaiters, do Uo do do;
" Kiack Kid and Bronzed Mi;s, do do do;
" lasting Ga Urs, plaiu and tia-d, do do do;
Childreu's Kid aud ltnuzrl h ill Slippnis;'
Hla.-k and Colored Lasting liailcr:
Boy'sand YouiIi'm Oxford Ties; toiigren l, .Hers; rat
eut Leather auUCalf lress Uoes; Ij'S mg Ties, Ac.
Biay'.-V-l JOHN RAMAGE
LAIHES Sole I atlier Covered Trunks;
' French lres Trunks, large s.z.-s;
" tlaland Rouud Top Tray I'.uuks;
" Traveling Satchels.
Gent's No. 1 English !-'le leather Trunks;
Kussct and lnn Frame do;
" Nik- Ientlier Buggy do;
' Ashland fole l-ailier Valwes;
" Traeluig Bugs, Ac, Ac, Ac;
Just received and for aaio vciy low tr Cah, at No.
i'i College sueet, by
jci- f JOHN' RAMAGE.
BRADSIIAW & KUTLAXD
HAVE Just received a fresh si n k of ItoOTS AND
iloK lor the Spring and Suiuiuer traur, whab
will be sold al Low I'm us.
Ladies I-asU Cong, k Laced Gaifrs, with and without
La. lies Kid dug. k Ijsred Kid I'am.u, do. do.;
Hipi-ers, do. do. ;
" White Kid and S..im Slij-psrs;
EuiUroi lered, Bronze aud Velvet Slippera.
Itllaeea aud Itlldrcu.
Misses Kid and G. BuolK, with aud w HUuut heels;
Last Gaiters " "
" Kid Slippers; " " "
Bovs Fine Calf sewed aud pegg'-d ItooU;
.' Oxioia Tie., aud other a rue lee
fur boys aud youths wear.
Genu Extra Calf l'uuiy aud ui livd lkaa;
" " OSf.'rl lie.;
' " I'at. LeathL-r fomp Congress tiaiu-ra;
" " tail
" I'at leather (ivford Th s;
Cloih Cong. Gaiter, and I-t lies, and Calf I'atenl
Ixwlher Strap SlMs sol allam s, suitable lorlue prUJ(
and tunimer trade. Call at No .'(0, I'tiMui sir-'t.
may 1 1-tf BKAlfrH A W A Kl ILA.N'D.
Sole Leather Trunks and Valicest
LAMES No. 1, Sole Leather Trunks;
aud Kip Bonnet Boxes;
laoici Iai kii.g Trunks;
Gents sie leather Trunk;
RueseU and Iron I ratwe Trunks;
All of wuk-ti w Ul be dd at verv h price br
UKAlx-llAW k RCTIANU
Tuxy 11-if No. do luion suweU
JOHN YORK k Co. bave on baud the best Cold Fee
ever ottered for Saie In this market
iTaTt ill tore CoIIee.
BAGJ I "Time balumor Cotlo. just reeeivaa
CAKlLa, st all a. IU
1 .ri want 30,000 lbs- CuaJi Waiwica Wore,, fur
w barli wdl pay Caalt. 'a want M U Bail
Jeaaaaad Luier T .
iea. W H. GORION a CO.
PH(EMX BEDSTEAD FACTORY
HA--.ON HAN D AND
Ianufaeturet. all kind
AW every diet riptv-o of
Made of Cllf'.V, SfTTCK, Ct'IPi.V et AM CCA',
ItJklX. efe AU of a bach aUi be "14 aa rtsseaaa caa
ae aad ta the c ty fur caah. If. R toUNt Ut a.
WOtjrr, 1 f . it, Cbulch BWeei
Fcriiishln Funeral I'nderUker,
4 Cb tart 5a Street,
TTIXfatiwh evr lw i at Faawwls. aa aeretav
V V NVW ' ' i 9 mi m -..... mjm e. mmm-
(raeeaaa ail. OjTtl CmMf
TltrouIi Hates of Freight from
lVew York, to IVasliville,
In connection with New York Side Wheel and Screw
Steamship Lines, to
rilARLESTOM AND SAVAXJTAir.
THE following rates to take effect on and after Jrva
ew York to IVashTiUe.
First class. r 100 lbs $t as
P'cond class, ' ................... 144
Third class. " i jj
Hals in Boxes, " " 2 57
Special F.atee, " - . J p.
CLASSLTICATICir CN TFE AEOVE EOTJTES.
Tiano Fortes, Books, Stationery, Borts, Shoes. TJ.
quors.fHIs. Ac, in bottles: Cam fhene and Spirits Tur
entine in barrel': Carpi'ting. China. :.is and Glass,
ware, in cases: Clocks. Confectioneries, Cotton Cards;
Cutlery, in cases, cask, aud boxes; Pry Goods, in
boxes and bales; n-ugs. Fruit Trees aud Shrubbery,
r urs. Garden Seeds, Looking-Glasses, and Looking.
Glass pl-itc, Cat owner's ri-!k;) Ovste-s in cans and
Jars; Saddlery, Tin and Britannia Ware; Teas and
Hardware, (except c, , specified In First and
Third classes,) Coffee Mills, Machinery; Foreign Li
quors, in barrels aud Pipes; Tobacco in boxes; Leatn.
er, In rolls and boxes; Oils, tn barrels and casks;
crockery and Queensware, In crates and casks: Wee.
WhiUng, Blaster, Sheet Brass and Copper.
Axes, Shovels, Spade., g.d lrons. Tine and Tin !n
rigs.Tm rial, Anvils.Vtc,caskai-f Chainsand Hoes,
VaiilLiand Otton Cordage, Coffee, Heavy Catings,
Mill (faring. Carriage Springs and Axles, Rat!r.d
heels and Axles. Chairs, Spikes, and Rotua in bbis.
Furniture and Carriages boxed, and other 1'ght ar
t cles not enumerate.!, a so. Carboyg of Aril. or oth
er Chemicals, will be charged by actual weight, at
double First Class rales.
MiT N charge for draysge, wharfage, or forward
ing Tb above rates Cover all expenses from Xer
York to Nashville.
sT" Stevenson and all stations on Nashville and
Chattanooga Road , west of Stevenson , entitled to above
tg- It in only necessary to insure good to Charles
ton aad Savannah, the Roads assume all risks after
they are delivered by the steamer into tbe banls of
the drsymen.on the wharf, until delivered at the de
pot of .testinauon. By doing this merchants will save
from 25 to 60 cents per lot) Ihs. on the 1st and 2d class
TTr Road will not be responsible for any damages
occurring at sea.
Goods shipped via Savannah shmiM be consigned to
Agent Central Railroad, Savannah. Ga.
Good shinned via Char elon shoul I be consigned to
Agent South Caro ina Riilrnad. Charleston.
CHARLES W. ANI'FRSOS,
Jf2-tf General Agent.
FOR KFAV VOUK.
CAU IN PASSAGE $20!
IJ'REIGIIT hiwer than by any other Summers ! SIX
Cents tr foot. FOR AU. KINliS OF MEASURE
MENT GtXI I S. Licht l!.Ki.itis a:; ceuu eat h, and
other article in nfxirti"H .'
The solenoid and c minodious side wheel Stcnmers
AVGI STA 1.5-Hltous Ca l M. S. Woo.:hull
FLORIDA liOO I-ac Orowell
ALABAMA, l.aiK " ' Ceo. R.Scheuck
M nHST ni PKOI-CMIK
STAR OF THE HUTU. 1 .Km tons... .Capt.Tlins. Lyon.
These SU'aniKhi)s belong to f. r old esUib ished and
favorit" h;ie, known as the '-New York and Savnnnuh
Steam Navigntion Conuany," and in comfort, acrom
tnoilutioiiK and fare, cannot be excelled. Thev ar.
commanded by ex'Mtrienced, skilhul, careful aiid po
PAIiELFORD, FAY ft CO.,
SAM'L. L. MITCH ILL fc SON.
Agents, New York.
Freights by Sail Vessel ami Pro
Xnv York, Philadelphia, lo$ton
MERCHANTS who mav ship by the above venla
are informed that by conmgniug their goots to
the agents of the Smth Carolina Railroad . Cliarljon,
or ageiiis of Central Railroad, Savannah, they will be
forwarded free of ronnuti.ion, (drayage and wharf
age only charged,) aud be sent through at the follow
Fut Ohm. per 1"0 lbs 1 S5
Second Class 1 m
Third Clii M)
Si-cial rntes for lht goodn, er loo lb 2 70
H I1 allowing amount oaid vessel aud amount charg
ed for drayageand wharfnpe, will be ui.nl.d to con
signees. CHAS. W. ANI'FI'--().
Jlay 29 tf General Agent.
Movfiubrr 0, 1S7.
Little Miami and Columbus and
EXCLUSIVELY AN EA8TEEN E0TJTZ.
Xlirouuli '1 Ickcta
To nil tlte I'aMorn CitieH.
r A. M. IJglitnlng Fxt-ret-s, through to Columhns. aud
) Cleveland willioul change of earn. fc::ui I'. M. Eve
ning Express, through tu lwlluir audl'ilburg without
change of cars.
l our Dally Trains.
FIR TRAIN". Ocvelainl, I'lthurg, Sleubenvllle,
and Wheeling Lightning Express Ia-ave Cincinnati at
a o'clock A. M , for all the EaaUTU dies also, Sprw(
field. Tins train sloW b-tween Cturinnatl and Columbus st
Lovelantl, Morrow, X'nia, and Luidiyi only.
SEOONH TRAIN' Cleveland Ex(rens Jlail leaves
Cinciiinalial P-4U A. M. Tor Imnkirk . Rntlalo, New York
Rooton, Ac, Wheeling, Ikiltimore, I'h.ladvlidiui, Waah
This tram stoai at all points between Ciuciunatl and
TltlltU TRAIN Accommodation leaves Cincinnati
at 4 40 I. M. lor Soring tle,l aud Coluuibiia.
Tins train alo makes connections tor Wilmington,
lanca.t. r and anexville Tina train stops stall pomis
between tiu inu.itl and Columbus.
F'H Rfll TRAIN'. Cleveland . I'itu"btirg and Wheel
ing Night Evpres Leaves Cincinnati al bM) o'clock
I. M., lor ail the F-uU-i n cities.
Thin train stops at all poiule between Cincinnati and
No train on Sundaya.
Trams run by Columbus time eeven mlnotes faster
than Cincinnati t.roe
For Tlirougli Tlrkrta
And all iiifoi uwt,.u al tiucuuau oiw apply at Uie
Utile Miami aud Co uigtoti and L--xuigun otlice, No. 2
Ilurnetl Huiim', or at llie Old OlUce, south naat corner
llriMtdway and Front, opposite jeucer iiouae,or at
the Ijulera ls it.
J. Id RAMI, Superintendent
F F. IX'LIi R, Geueral IV kel Ageut.
THE OMNTId S IJN'E ceil. fr iHUttengars at all the
pruirial bote for r irli aud every tratli. By leaving
directioiik al cither Hi" above uttlccs, will call for
iiam-uiig.r in all pal u of lha rity , w ithotit fail.
Nov. 15. II B. Rl G;i.ES, tijductnr.
From Cliarlenfcn o Neiv-Yorlt,
Ttt itl)-rie Dollars
tg $25 00
mti:i jitatw waii. inc.
KEW-IOEX AKD CHARLESTON 8TEAM-i-ACKtlS.
Through la 4 S to 63 Hours.
S u m 1-WceUV y ,
The d w Meemal.l,. tlil.lXlUA, ISoO tons . . . M Perry.
NAMiVUlAlAuuiuba T. I. Ewrau.
JAWI Al.l lt. liuo t"U. S. C. Turner
tAKKN, l&uu umm.., W. J. Foster.
HttTHEKNtJt.louu tons L. M Murray.
LAVfc A'tger s Wl.arves rveiy Wednesday and
-4 Saturday, after Uie arrival nf Uae cais Iroui tha
boiUiaud tri. Tables supplied w lib every luxury.
AUeutive add euurvxma eummauders w ill future
travelers by tbia lue every iueibM comfort aud ae
Cahan Pawnee... tZi
HENRY MISSROON k CO.. AreoU,
Vae 5. C'harlesiuu, t. C
Jaii ui ber. lainuber, Lumber.
SQL' ARK CEDAR aad all nher kiuds of Lumber caa
be bad at the lavergiMrrww W.Df.oo lite Naahrdia
aad CliUaiHJOga itadruwd, 19 CiUe from Nfliruic.
aultu-Mi i. W. KIlUiMFJX.
TO EC0.03IICAL FA31IL1ES
And Ladies, Jlarrlfd or Single.
TTVR Fifty Ceata earbaed, la weaageaai, theoa
1 tier signed will lurward.l-y rvl -ra Bull, Ihe ful
Kwta( Ul valuable huiluld receJte, auule wahoait
irwuote, aad full pruned Mucl axis. or tea cents
yea caa prvaaire what would auet ai tha atore aaa
dollar vis :
11 uw t aaica Fit as bA aiia, oa soiu at raa
How tu s.tiT'io a lvita.
titfW a.aa HaJK kavtuaaiivas.
How so a.as llaia 1'S
lie to mas t-uaaMst.
tiww u aaaa tUnua ew &.aaa, autovs rasrsias
ra- a rs t .
Hvw to suss iuaroa r-ss tws cvanaaJoa.
live iu uu Itiaatiai Us.
lloe witu Cae.
lluw to aaaa t aaawr, roa suaas aauasx caixa.
lUrper' Twrrvetreee' eW Waled Waabing Reeeip;
ywur waahiag doew u had t-euuis and trubie, w;U
out werih( avA yeur ckhe with the twaiaauia
Hoase I'K. CYKI SH. MU1T ,
Junclfr-Satw. llrmikla, N.T.
IBATK IX atAUAUNk:
ao Ktc liuputu aUfla rwwdar, '
SOU IWlee.' "
lao kralagkr "
1 vuu IS'auug rVwder,
B0 ijMMi faa ialetjr aae
- ... i T. AU McCAli, Aatt
p f t