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IRFCEIVED THIS DAY BY EXPRESS,
VjV.Erdz.A)pxtider,s KM Glove. -
ljiU lt doc Extension 8. 8. Skirts, whiu coi'd
lo carton Pucals, new styles; ,
10 do. Mouslm da Cbene: . - ' -
8 do. ( New style Stella Shawls, tor early Spring;
to nqne Collars and Sleeves, new styles;
Crape Collars and tleevw, ; d; j ;i J. u..
Breakfast Ca), do.;
Il'nnion Capes and Bertbes, do.; f .
Our air. McNairy is bow in the Eastern cities, and we
will be getting New Goods every few days dining the
season and solicit a call from our friends and tbe pub
lic generally , . r . B. C. McNAlRY CO.
marlu u t . -. r s .
RC. McNairy & Co.,
RKTUVKD this day an elegant tot of new and desir
able goods adapted to tbe present and approach
ing season, consisting in part of the following articles:
Elegant Bnyadew Silks;
44 Cbene Silks,
" Flonnced do;
Double skirt do;
fide stripe. 1o;
m ". 44 - PanodsClofh "new.
M Flonnced Grenadines
" loublo skirt . do;
44 Fide striped " '' do; ' '
" Plain silks all colors; -
.orether with alt qualities or PlaraBlack Silks, neat
Chocks, I 'laid stripes, kc, kc, Tory cheap. Elcranl
1 Ace new styles. We have also an assortment of La
die' Under Garment, sach as Chemise, Night Gowns,
Skirts, Caps, kc. All of which we offer on tbe most
favorable- terms. . K. C. McNAlRY CO-tfi
mar'20-tf i ' ', , ' -
Cotton Manufacturers' Agency
YE are 81 Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Richland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tenn.
Pparta do do Sparta, "
Pumner 1o do Gallatin, "
Franklin Factory, Franklin, "
laurel Hill do Henryville, "
Rockdale do ; Jit- Pleasant, 44
Shoal. Mills, .Lawrenceburg,'4
Crescent do - do 44
Crowson do do 44
Hope do . do "
Finewood do Pinewood "
And have always on hand a full stock of Sheetings,
Osuaburgs, Ortlliiigs, Bagging, Cotton Yarns and Bo li
ng, which we oHer to the wholesale trade only in lots
of not less than 6 bales Sheetings; 6 bales Osnaburgs;
26 bags Cotton Yarns, kc, kc.
Nashville, Mar8. W. H. GORDON k CO.
Stunts, Cin HJare, etc.
J. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer "and Dealer in
KEEPS constantly on band for sale at the Lowest
WOOD AND COAL,
nEATING AND OFFICE STOVES,
Four sizes, and bent make, put up and warranted.
Wrought-Iron Cooking Stoves,
For wood, four sizes the best Cooking Stove now in
use will Inst, with care, from fifteen to eighteen years
and cook with greater convenience and in less time
than any Cacl-iron Stove. I have also Just received
I he following :
One Hundred, Assorted Sizes,
NASSER'S 5 MINUTE ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
the best that is now in use.
Witter Coolers, all sizes unci patterns.
Refrigerators for keeping Menu and Butter.
Fine assortment of Chamber Toilet Sell.
Patent Knife Cleaners.
FruikCausof my own make, will keep a good supply
made in the benl manner either for sealing or solder
Old Dominion Coffee Pots;
Best article for making Coffi-e now In use, will make
Willi one-third lets material and purer and stronger
than any oilier, besides retaining all the aroma of the
Cotlee. i or sale Dy
J. VT. WHJSON,
uiya-tf No. IT College st
TIIK OLD DOMINION
C O V F H i: V O T .
THIS new Corns Pot, for which patent ha been
Issued, MRerwes tins advuulageover all other :
you may boil colfee in it for any length of time, with
out a particle of the strength or aroma escaping. One
fourtU loss cofToe is required, and the full flavor of the
berry retained. A larte number of testimonial have
been received from those who have used it. We
have space for only one :
Thc Old Ddmiuos Corrss Pit. We have had in use
now, for over two months, one of these much talked
of colfee pots, aud we Und that it does, in all reswcts,
what is claimed for it. You may boil colfee in the Old
Dominion for any length of time you choose, and yet
lose none of the delicate, aruoia or strength. This
desirable cud is attained by a simple, but Ingenious,
contrivance in the shape of a condousor, with dou
blo syphons, by inean of which the aroma bearing
vapor, which usually goes all over the house or up
tbe chimney , Is coudeused and thrown buck into the
cotfee-boiler, and you have its delicious flavor in the
cup yon bring to your hps. In all our experience of
colfee-drinking, we never found anything equal to
what we now have daily at our morning meal. It is
the perfection of cotTee. I'kilotlelykia iteming Jour-no-
JITJSizes 1, IK, 2t 3i 1 and 1 quarts. Lar
ger sixes made to order.
For sale by JT. "W. WII.SO,
Je4 tf. - NashTllle, TennT
Copper, Tin, and Sheet Iron Ware,
HO. 14 SOUTH MARKET STEZJEt,
HAVING succeeded the late Arm of
Stewart k Owen, and retained
the old stand, is prepared to attend to
the demands of his old customers and
public generally. He has in store,
and wfllconstaully be receiving, am
ple supplies or
.Stoves Wares, and Grates,
Plain and Enameled Marhieizkd Ikos Ma.vtlcs and
Garde tfTATcan; and m short, every thing usually
kept in similar establishment. . - -
His assortment of Stoves challenges competition,
comprising every style and variety. He has the
Wrougat-Iroa Cooking; Stove,
Among others aa article which M in great demand.
He will manufacture for the trade aud fur retail, and
to order, all kinds of Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, and
keep constantly on band a large assortment.
He invites the attention of all to his establishment,
pledging '""""if lo enure satisfaction.
Jan 24 t ' Mo. 14 South Market Sir eel. .
Mt's Patent Agricultural Furnaces.
THIS article was constructed in consequence of a
suggestion from Uie American Institute, that a
simple, portable, and low-priced furnace, was much
needed by farmers for boiling and steaming food, and
for many mechanical and dotunslw purpose. It took,
the premium at tho U. . Agricultural Fair at Louis
ville. Just received. WM. KTEVYAKT,
- , - -j.o J4 Market hlroel.
Also Coal Cooking Ranges, aud small Cooking fitovea
for coal. . . W. h.
MAXTCi-3LlKLG 1XD STRAVMJLEACIIDiG.
WOCXO Inform the Ladies of Nashville and
others, that ah baa established herself
On Union street, between College and Market,
next dour ear! of Mrs. Howertou's Millinery
bouse, second floor, where she is prepared to rcrio
all orders in d esa and tuantua making, which will be
filled in the most approved style. ' The newest mode
are reserved every month frcia Paris. Also, all kinds
of patterns ror sale. Taylor's system used Mi dre
cutuug and ia also taught. All km. Is of straw bleach.
tog, and gentlen.ea' (unania. UgUoru and awai luna
dresocdaud pressed In the most approved style.
subscriptions received far tho L Iloa Toa , published
by S. T. Taylor, New York, the best Journal of Uah
ous sow eatanu Jul-J2w
THE subscriber, as Trustee for William Stewart and
Stewart Ik Owen, I uow cluauig up their busl
aess, and ofl'er for sale, a well assortnd stock of Cook
ing, Heating, Wood and Coal BTOVM, URATtit,
H'Alia, MAKULUZrO) MANTUv-i, aal TI- WAKE, of
all kinds, which will be autd low for east and lo
prompt dealers o U usual ume.
He will sell out on very reasonable terms lo any one
desirous of going Into such bustoea. Tbe Bland la a
good olio lUa shop the beat arranged la the city well
supplied with twola and uuUHry.
S. U Those indebted to Mm. Stewart, or Ktewait
Owen, must gel ready to pay. Those having
claims against either of said Onus, will pleaa 01
them or copies with the irustee, that they may be paid
In their order. ti. U. GiiuuWI .V , Truaiae,
juuelft iw So. 14 Market suovi.
.. NastiviUJi, March 30, lSi.
IBOM and aflaf the 1st of Api U, the Post OfUce will
1 be opeued on Sundf$ at half past T A. M., aud
cloae as t A. M. Opea agaia at P. M. sad close at t
Y. H.t On all other days the Utbce will be opened at
half-past fl, o'clock A. M., and cloae all , o'clock, P.
M. b. K. A.SUKHNJX, Puat Maatr.
imotbr 4 Jart roccired and for Mie by .
, . V (yiiKiiiniciti J
1 - .. &
s.iv.Piias's - I
) CKIiJSBILrVTKD U
S. rN. PIKE,
IVo. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO, .
SOLE MANUFACTUBER OF THE CELEBRATED
ALL RINDS OF DOMESTIC LIQl'CRS,
Cologne and lurc Spirits,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large supply of old and choice
Bourbon, Eye and MonoH?ahela Whisky.
L. A. PH.TT,
Late of Gait Home,
CHARLTON M. METCALF
LaU of Louisville UUeL
- Corner Front and Broadway,
aprl2-3m FRATT t METCALF Proprietors.
Tio. 30, Front Street,
PARTICULAR attention given to tilling or
ders for CIlVEK, TIMOTHY and other
seed: CAXIUiS, SOAP, LAKH & I.INSEKI)
OIU5; C1IE1E, IJCTTUl, COKHAtiE, and articles of
Ltnciiinntl Manufacture ana rroauce generally.
aTaT Purchases made for cash, and prompt custom
ers, get all the advantages of discounts and low prices
which money comiuauus.u.
V. V. UAMKU V CO.,
Portable (irindin and Bollin
Nos. 48 and SO, East Eighth Street, between Broad
way and ycamre,
WE FCBXIS1I A COMPLETE ML AT $550.
f"TMns comprises French Burrs, 30 Inches (in irtm
A frame), Honing lliest, two pain 01 couveyors,
two sets of Elevators, with Belling and Ceuring, all
ready to run; Kel 3 feet in diameter and 10 feet long,
aim silk Uolluig Cloth, ( best Dutch Anker brand. )
We guaranty tins Mill to turn out
Fifty Uarrelsof Flour per Day!
We build large sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machiues, Flour Packers, kc, and furnish
EutfJnes, Uollera and 71111 bearing of
The best Dutch Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Belt
ing of all si7.es at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, sent upon application
with rtiuip enclosed.
febU dly W. W. IIAMER k CO
Q Bl'NPLES Window Sash;
lO bo s-Uf Wagnu lioxus;
2 boxes Kivels
3 kegs Washers,
JO boxes Window ClabS;
174 bars Iron;
OS buudles Iron ;
Jufl received aud for sale by
D. P. PICKET,
febltf tf B No. 6, College street
rs, 6'2 bbls Apples just received and fur
aie by (fi bb II. II. MC'KKY
WIIFJXBAKROWS just received end for sale by
leblo I 1. lUk.ty
RA1LKOAU St-raper iusl received and for sale
by - (feblo) , It. D t'lthtV
Prff FEET assorted Uum-Beltiug, on hand and
tUUU for sale by lanol I. U. lUtKt-V
K SACKS Buckwheat Flour, Just received on con
)U sigumeutaud lor sale by
nrnVA P. P. PICK EY
lioiler Hi vets.
KEGS Boiler Rivels just received and for sale
by (fcblo) V. IK lULKt-X
V hand and for sale by
Sept. 'is. - U. II. lllt;K.a(.
POTFX BVCKETS Just received and for sale by
aprio If a. a . 1. 1. HKKtY.
ieed Oata. on band aud fur sale by
I'. L. I'll Ck. I .
No. 6, College street.
AV. li. VilS fe CO.'S
Elastic Fire and AVater Proof
fTMIK uudersigneU purchased the State Right for
JL Tviuiessuo uf the above patent about one year
ago aud has since introduced it extensively tu various
porlious of the .-tale, auks now the attention of build
era, aad the public generally , lo exaiuiue its superior
ity over other moous of Roofing.
The material lornis a hard aud smooth surface. ft
! impervious to water, elastic aud flexible; it will
oerlccily resist any orJiuary exposure to lire; It is
Cheaper Ulan any roof of the old style, aud I am sure
it will give betu.r satisfaction ;as lo ila durability there
la no question, h is the tovet thing ever utvculod for
painting if old leaky Us roofs.
3f loo Cement will be furnished to those at a dis
tance with directions for using.
a-CVC.VrV KH. lire l-Olt HALE.
ar- orders seut to the undersigned, through the
Pobi uthce itl be pruiiily attended to.
1 would (vsHx-Uully refer to the follow ing gentle
meu for whtMii I have covered builiLags Willi the Ce
Dteot, and many otlteis whoae names are not here
meuiaiuud. . ,
aamiTKcT smu bastui Hnum. or nasavoxa.
Maj. A. HUMAN,
Uumus. laoHfca a SMITH,
CULLMAN a M'ALN', , , .
WM. STOCK. LLL, ' '
Mr. 11. M. AaUtOYD.
Hut OH tin L LXut GII,
J. K. alcCANN,
Col. H 1. A.VM--HSOV, Sup't N. a C RJ Co.,
Kev. u u uxiorr,
l. F. WHJilN,
K. J. Ml.lti--.
hL.tlOllltK k HERRJFORD,
W. H. MIAfAKll,
J N. WUJAKll,
A. V. . l.l.MsIXY,
tien. WAH. UAKKuW,
W. H. OOKlaiM lt ,
JA5. 11. kl-N'l'RlCk,
Heel '. ti. tiUITH, Columbia,
Maj. A. J. HoNUjHiN, Uavldaaa CMatf
Cui. A. J. KilJk, Maury county.
a.gT- The NaKhville a CUattanooga Kailruad Orm
ay iwve adopwd this Ceaoeut lor tae cover tug of their
cars and oilier work.
a f Certiocales aad trelMnontala front Clnciaaati
auu eieewbre, where the tetuotii has beea la geaeral
wee fur several years, raa be exhibited.
Ttie twderstgiMMl has beea eog)rd as vartowa ssodee
of Cemeut ruuiuig for many feara, attd aauera himself
liiat he baa gauted some experience aad knowledge
during loa fciua. -
1 have made arrangements Vs receive aapeiier
ls9ierted article of sUaiaug Fait front 4aiaMi liaa.
beiuplea of Kovtsg te be Seen at enVe.
. , i- T. MaTHCKUT,
0c Va, It Ikwderak aliret,
aylt-tia ; ' - - daMTiua, Taaa.
I. B. BAWa. ' ' " , : ' " V v J. M. BEOWaJ
'RAINS & BROWN,
Druggists and Prescriptionists,
No. 19, South side Public Square,
A COMPLETE assortment of English and
American Chemicals, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and genuine ex
tracts, select Powders,' kc, always on
band. Flavoring Extracts, such as Lem
on. Rose. Vanilla. Pine Apple. Strawber
ry, Celery, Almond, Raspberry, Peach and Orange
extracts for savoring, tteta. Kermuaa Arrow aooi
Isinglass, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, Iec. at
Jan2 . RAIXS k BROWN'S.
To Coac& and Carriage Manufacturers, Cabi
net Makers and Painters.
THE undersigned have received the agency for the
sale of the celebrated VARNISHES manufactured
by the "Haywood Varnish Manufacturing Company,"
which are universally acknowledged to be superior to
any other Varnishes in tbe United States, and have just
received a large supply of the following amerem itinas
which they will sell at a very small advance on lianu
facturcrs' prices : .
Black Enameled Coach Bodv Varnish.
Elastic : - - - " Im. English.
Im. English Wearing " "
" " Pale Coach "
Brown Japan "
White " "
Black Iron r
Walnut Stain "
Extra Fine Carriage "
RAINS k BROWN,
No. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House,
GAIJ.ONS Tanner's Oil, best quality Just
J J J received and for sale low by
RAINS k BROWN.
BKISTOL. II KICK DIST, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polishing gold, silver, brass, glass,
kc; a new article; ror sale by
jan29 RAINS k BROWN.
I K BARRELS CI -OVER SEED,
It 10 barrels Timothy
Blue Grass Seed, cleaned and stripped,
Herds Grass Seed,
Chinese Sugar Cane,
iAndreth's Garden Seeds
Just received by RAINS & BROWN,
feb!3 No. 19, Public Square?
JO. G. BROWN,
43 College Street,
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, Dye-
Stuns, Faints, Oils, varnishes, window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fine Soaps, Hair and
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
IN Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lubins'
and liaiins' Extracts; French, American
and German Cologne; Helluc's and Lu
biu's Sachet; Hair Brushes; Metal, Chins
and paer Puff Boxes; fchell, Fino, and Pressing
Combs, kc, for sale by JO. u. BKOW.N.
Seeds Seeds!! Seeds!!!
1 n A BUSHELS Kentucky Blue Grass, stripped;
1UU 50 " " " " clean;
150 " Herds Grass;
10 barrels lice Tiniothv: also.
f.andretli'a d'ardeu Seeda general assort
ment warranted fresh.
tabkaje Seed 10 lbs. large Drum head Cab
baue: 10 lb. Flat PuU h Cabbaee.
Asparagusltools two years old, grown by
Mr. K. iraliue.
Straw berry 11 ants Very fine varieties from
Mr. Henry Imver.
) audoft rrollflc Corn, which yields from
15 to io parrels lo me acre, ai
JO. G. BROWN'S,
jau'J9 43 College street.
'TOSE AVAItK of every description for sale
7 by JO. u. UKUvt,
IIXISTS ( fILOHS in tubes of every de
scription, for sale by JO. G. BROW N.
poGKINlld K.TIPIIIE WATERS
always ou hand, wnicu 1 receive uireci iroiu me
Springs. JO. u. BKuna.
T7011 XII H 1IAIU-Mrs. Allen's Restorative;
A.' W 00U 's Kuftorer ;
Jan29 JO. G. BROVN.
LONDOX 1'OHTKK A very superior article
made by Barclay, Perkins & Co., iu pints and
quarts. JJ. u. tJKUi.
"MM I.l i:it Oil. 5 gross just received
V prepared by Uedgeman, Clark & to.
jauJ9 JO. G. BROWN.
1fOOM;EIIALA WHISKY,-A very
J.VX superior article, guarantied lo be pure,
jau-a JO. G. BROWN.
T)M E MCK WAT Ell in half barrels and
XJ in pint bottles, for sale al Luuisville prices.
Jan-Jtf JO. G. BROWN.
A. II. ROSCOE,
WHOLES AXE AND BET ATX DEALER IN
Drugs, iriedlt-liiea, Uye-Sfufls,
l'erliimery, l'aluta, Olla,
Glasat Ilruakea, A ltlte Lead, Ae.icc.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
I HAVE constantly on hand a large aud
well selected stock of the above arti
cles, together with a large assortment of
1-ancy articles: all or wlncn is ouerea lor
sale on the most accommodating terms.
Alum. 2,000 pouuils;
Arrow Root, loo Miunds, Bermuda and Florida-
llrimtlotie, 600 Miunds, rehued;
Caxlor Oil, 00 gallons;
Copperas, 11) barrels, prime green;
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels;
Gum Camphor, 100 outids;
Indigo, 5oo piHiiols, Fine to Common;
Madder, 1 ,OoO pounds, ttrsl quality;
ISuier tarb. tkxla, 4,000 pounds prime;
Flour Sulphur, 5oo pounds.
All of which is ollered al Ihe lowest prices
jair-U A. H. KOSCOE.
II E A P E It AND MOWER,
With Wood's ImproYeiueut.
THIS celebrated Machine received the first premium
of a GKANH GOUJ MtllAL as the best combined
Reaping aud Mowing Machine at the great Cnitcd States
Agricultural Fair, held at Louisville, Ky, in Seplem
ber, 1H57. The trial came off near Syracuse, New
York, In July, where all the princial machines In the
L'niled Slates were thoroughly tested. The Commit
tee made their awards through Marshall 1. Wilder,
President Lulled stales Agricultural Society at Lahiis
It also received the award as tbe best Reaper and at
the best Mower before two separate Committees, ap
pointed by the President of the lmvidson County Ag
ricultural Society, at Nashville, in July , 1857, over
most of the machiues now iu uselo Teuiiessee.
Numerous other premiums and awards were give
this Machine during he last season over every Ma
chine in America.
The above Machines are for sale by the undersigned.
B. F. CHKAT11AM,
Ueueral Agent for the State.
FlaUER, WHKLESS a CO.,
feblS, Nashville, Tenn.
Tlie Superb Morgan Horse,
V XiXw iXIUlM X. ' JJJ X e
THIS urate bus American Uoiuir will make
the Ursl sejuou iu Teuueaeee, al the J UC&)
faria of Mr. T. Fanning, near Nashville, tor 11 "
tuiiiauug July the 15th, 1868, at Twkxty-iivb HoLUiaa
the season, ith the privilege of reluming mares, that
prove not iu foal, the second seasou. He is, perhaps,
the only geuuine Morgan horse, both by sire and dam,
iu tho state, la a rich bay, of the largest sue of the
breed, was never ou a regular course, but trotted at
several Fairs in 1867, under v:0.and was awarded ev
ery prise truui the state Fair al Muutpelier to the Cen-
uecucul river alley atiuw. n e reier, wiia great con
Dtte ace, to all geuitemen who have examined him, and
believe we are ottering: to the breeders of Teunessee
the services iA aa good a roadster as can be found
North or South. Lvery attention will be given to marea
Irons a distance at the lowest pTKes.
Iu our abaeuce Mr. Glasgow or Mr. Stanly, both
good horse men, will have the care of this noble aoi-
Address, E. R. JENNTNC3 a W. 8. CARTER,
- Agents, aud part owners,
Nashville or Fraukhu toll. ge, Teuuuee.
P. S We have also brought out wilu us, for aae.
four capital Morgan marea aud a superior StaiUon coll,
to whab we resecUuUy lav He auoauou
THE partnership heretofore exiatuig onJer the
name aud l le of Met LKKAN k Ai-KXAMLK is
Uih, day diaeofvel by aiutuai cutiaeul. Ihe buauieae
will hotalier be carriea on at iue oiu atauu oy a. v.
Mrlaaaaji, Uo alone at coipvwered to aettie up the
buaaiiwa ui the old nrm J AS. C MctfcJUtAN,
J. A. Al A UM'UI
LIVERY 1AU"SALE STABLE,
Old NashTille Inn Stable,
NOETH KAJBJLT 81 BELOW YANS CO.
f tf k subacrtber Iwe Uue ay bought tua lutereaA (
X J. N. Ataxaaaca ui Uae above stable, aud ts pre
pared to furoua.at abort auUee, neat faorsee aud neat
buggma aad Hauta, fur wtuctl only a eery awJcrf
lira dl be cluuged. AU who aa to riue in style
Lad better give turn a call.
ItKae watuuui to parciuae Horses will also and It
greatly to their advantage to give bun a call, as he la
In - i"""'em--' w ah parties m Onto, aa weii aa else,
where, through abuse uoatr he enabled to f uruuh
adtxff auch Horace as may be wanted.
lie a bbm prepare! to Asa. aas imm, otwok m
0U Im SathiU mr Umrma, la a Unto branch fas tujoed
hi aa) (As aMt prrjmt siiVMawa M axsrraatoa. K-
autaitMM'. MurUi alaraet eueet.
4. C. MoFERHAN,
lata el Bowluig Ureea, ky.
11 KJ HO Ml As, Luadrea, aUaja, Aialaa, ia Balsas
XX aad other caotca braaos, lUtaaa tigarafvc aaia
t iiiAA.- a ui.,
Late J. r-BAOuca a Co-f
It CoUrge street.
t illittX4 w vj u.txu
C are nsaaatactarmg aad have for ale , It,
aad tk atOkia AaUlea foe aeuiag .iaea a-
aaM-aat . mm voucge esij
w. o. BaKim.
r. a. BABiua,
HARRIS & CO.,
iuctionand Commlsion Merchants
Office at W. fl. GORDON k Co.'i TTharthonse,
W0. 49 KASZET ST..
i a u n i s co
HAVE in store and offer to the trade
250 hhds. New Orleans Pugar all grades.
60 bbls. Powdered and Crushed Sugar. I
2X hbls. and half bbls. Molasses
1300 boxes Pur Candles.
20 runes Sardines half and quarter boxes.
20 bbls. Mackerel.
10 pkgs. Assorted Liquors.
60 kegs 4 penny Nails.
' 25 bags Spice.
20 rases Matches.
125 bbls. Land Plaster.
DILLON & CO.,
(SCCCESS0RS TO J. PEACOCK a CO..
MfJ IXFXT IF 1FAS CaS
AND DEALERS IN .
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
HATE on hand at their Store, No. 15 College street,
a full supply of Liquors, Segars, kc, which
are offering cheap for cash. We invite all the pat
rons of the old firm, and aa many of the new, as are
in want of articles in our line, to give us a call.
aprl9 15, College Street.
In retiring from tbe Liquor Business, we take mnch
pleasure in recommending to our old patrons the new
firm of Dillon k Co., as gentlemen worthy of confidence,
solicit for them a continuance of past favors.
aprl9-3m J. PEACOCK k CO.
DlliliOX V CO.,
(IATB J. PEACOCK CO.,)
K ft BBLS Magnolia Whisky J
JV5d bbls Old Rye Whisky;
60 Fletcher's Neutral Whisky;
60 Old Bonrbon " (
6i i bbls Gin, good article;
60 H casks Brand t:
10,000 Choice Havana "Cigars;
apr27 o DILLON k CO. , College street?
C. M. STEWART,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
GROCER AXD COMISSIM MERCHANT,
NO. 41, BROADWAY, NASHYIUJC,
jay The biehest Market price paid for Country Pro
duce of all kindg.'gja.
Jan 17 d&wly.
WILLIAMSON & CHEATHAM,
Crandies, Wines and Liquors,
AND DEALERS IN
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
JV0. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
THE undersigned would inform their friends and
the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the firm and style of
WILLIAMSON &. CIIEATIIACT,
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 pt-RKsr asi bb-t ucauty, and by giving proper at
tention to business, they respectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
KIRKPATKICK, NEVIXS & CO.,
Beceivisg, Forwarding and Wholesale
Market street, JVasliville, Tenn.
HAVE now In store a large and complete assortment
of Groceries embracing
New Orleans Sugars, of all grades;
Molasses, in barrels and half barrels;
Coffee, a large and complete stock;
Saisins, a full stock, with
Teas, Candles, Sardines, Glassware,
aaaorted, PecaiiM, Mackerel;
Together with all kinds of articles usually kept in the
Grocery line. Our stock of
Ilrandles, Wines, Whisky, Ae..
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.
mar20-tf KIRKPA TRICK , KEVINS k CO.
J. G. ROBERTSON,
n road way, Nashville,
HAS just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
26 boxes English Imirv "
60 " Western Reserve "
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
6 " Cranberries, "
15 " Oranges, in giHMl order;
6 Ij-rnong, " "
A few more New York Ale Pumps left, and will b
sold cheap by J. G. ROBERTSON,
V holesale and Retail Confectioner,
ian25 Uroadway, Nashville.
Jl"FT received, 200 bags extra-hulled Pennsylvania
Buckwheat. In store and for sale by
. l l('K a MEAD.
Delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
3. n. uoiiuu v co
WHOLESALE AND SeTAIL
G R 0 C E R ,S
AND DEALERS IN
LIQUORS AXD PRODUCE,
No. 51, College Street,
ang26 ly Nashville, Tennessee.
We arc olTerin for Sale for Cash,
OTJGAB, COFFEE H0LASSE3
Golden Byrap,; '
Matches, Soap, .
Cedar Buckets, .
Soda, Pepper, Spice,
Ginger, Bed Cords,
Wrapping Paper, ass'd,
Tenn. Bagging, wide,
H.MN.1 1 SV Call firu mil VinM mnA .11 nK
articles usually kept In a !rocery bouse.
Our friends, and the public In geueral, are respect
fully requested to give us a call.
j. i. sami. a iu.,
foblO tf Corner Hroad and Market sis.
THE highest market price paid for LARD put op Is
J. T. MAKII.H a ,
feblO Corner Broad add Market atfeeta.
JUST RECEIVED AT
Ko, 17, Market Street,
C A DOZEN Fresh Cove Oysters;
0J 20 " Spiced and rVkled In bottles;
6 cases Sardines;
10 rle rYuiu, assorted ;'
20 " Fresh feacbes;
20 " tSuawberriea; ... -
24 Aasurted Tickles;
29 Brandy Peaches; -10
" baUact of Coffee, excellent article
( " fparkhug Chamigne Cider;
; 46 boxes boxes I ire Crackers;
' 2 bbia. Zante Curruau;
20 ' AwurtnlSau;
6 " Oranges;
A fresh lot of Ka tains and Figs;
A Urge lot of Fresh Conieeuoarrm always kept en
hand all lo be sold al low prices to suit the times.
No. 17, Market street,
Boviwly -. OpnoaneMorrM a rtratuio's. .
C HO ICE LA R D .
rtn rr sxrsasitT voa
TAMIL. Y 13 S li,
SOS SALS ST
WOODS & CO.,
eprlJ-tf MARKET ST., NACHTTLIX.
Of tha It est QaaJltr,
. Manufactured aad for sale, tow, by
WOODS h. CO.,
aprl- MARKET ST.. KAnXTLLC
Aiabrotypf s and Sphe reolypes!
rf yam waat aas of tha abeve las We like ssiais.
tares at yeareea ar fnaada, caU at U1LK3' UALlAv
kr, nrar leaifsnea straw essa Iks dfar, aad
exaaiioe BpeciataBS. o troeble me eipena aaa seea
stewed ta Bttiag aa thai eetabtisbSMnt was every
iveaiease aad Uie best atda ana sty Ra at n
City. Aoure saiasTar Uua will be givea te every viu
tw aa charge wane. . Call aad see at erser of llead
erwk stnet aad blears, ever brewae's..
I. O. BARKIS.
M. W JHITiJFS. '
H. C BX58UT.
LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO.
. ',. AND DEALERS IN .
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
' No. 89, Makket Strket,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. .
are now in receipt of a large and choice as
Groceries and Liquors,
comprising every article in our line, and to which we
would respectfully solicit tbe attention of the trade.
800 hhds La. Sugar J
100 bbls Bait. Crushed 125 bxs Havana do;
Sugar; 8u0 bbls Molasses;
60 bbls Pow.l. Si (rar; 150 do do:
25 " Grand ul ,id do; 50 bbls Golden Syrup;
60 bxs DR Loaf 'o; 15 tierces Clarified Sugar;
680 bags Rio Coffee ; 50 casks English Soda;
'225 " Laguira Coffee; 100 dozen Buckets;
60 " Pepper; 40 nests Tubs;
85 " Spice; 60 i bxs "Hare's Extra"
15 " SS Almonds; 'tobacco;
15 bbls Pecans; 75,000 ass'i'd Cigars, 'extra
175 kites Mackerel; brands:'
75 cases Teas ; 25 tierces Kiee ;
300 bxs Star Candles; 30 cases Pickles;
350 " Summer do; 60 " Matches;
275 " Boston Soap; 76 coils Lute Kope;
60 " Foxes' Starch; 2 csks Dutch Madder;
26 cases Sardines; 10 eeroons Indigo;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings; 12 bbls Alum,
160 bales Cotlo:i Twine; tc.,ic, Ac.
S casks Malaga Wine; 2u0 cases St. Julian Clareet;
15 ii ' tldSherry 60 " "Haul Tallen" do
10 X " "d Port Wine; "extra;"
2 4 " Madeira " 100 baskets Champagne;
'3 H Pipes Champagne 75 cases Cham pague Cider;
Cognac extra; 60 ' Braudies as't'd,
15 i pipes Otard, Dnpuy 40 " Brandy Cherrit s ;
a Co., Cognac: 150 bbls Country Whisky;
10 cafcks Jamaica Bum; 500 " Kectitied do;
25 " Louisiana do; 300 pack'gs liom. Brandies,
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin; etc., etc.
LANIER, Mill UPS CO.,
junelO. No 3U Market street.
A. C. C4BTKR. FSUX O. M'BUT. W. C. W1LSFOKD.
CARTER, M'MY & CO.,
Auction and Commission, Receiving
AND DKALKUll IN
Fine Brandies, Vines and Domestic Liqnors,
No. 73, Public Square,
OCR business will be continued under the same style
and firm as heretofore, lhankful to our custom
ers aud friends, tor their liberal patrouage, we respect
fully solicit a coutinualion of the same.
A. C. CARTER,
KELLX G. 11 KAY,
Jan 25 tf W. C. WILtl uKXi.
WE have been appointed sole Ageuts of Nashville
for the sale of James Thomas' jr., (of Richmond
Va.,) Celebrated Tobacco.
Just received 200 boxes of the following brands, viz:
JEWEL OK Ol'HlR,
BC'ITLK OF STONGE CAKE,
which we will sell at the Manufacturers' prices for
.ash. CARTER, M'KAV k CO.
GORDON & CO.,
and Commission Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
K aali 11 1 e, Tenn.
NOEL & CO.,
Aud Uealers In
100 hhds. fair to choice feu- bxs. Havana Sugar;
gar; 25 bbls. Loaf sugar;
10 hhds clarified Sugar; 10 " powdered sugar;
600 bags Rio Coffee; 75 bags Laguyra Coffee;
100 bags Java Collee;
400 bbls. Pike's Whisky ; 4J do. Fine Braudies;
100 " Dean's do; 75 bbls. American Brandy ;
350 " Wilsbire do; 10 " Malaga Wine;
1&0 box. super old Brandy; 15 " Uiu;
75 bbls & i bbls. Cherry 50 " W alker's sup. Ale;
Brandy; 60 boxes St. John's Clarel
15 barrels superior Port Wine;
Wine; 75 baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Mnith's Reserve Wiue, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Champagne Ci-
60 bbls. pure Rye do; der
30 do. Monongabela do;
25 boxes E.S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack FalstatT
bacco, Tobacco t
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Com. Tobacco;
Tobacco; 15 " Industry Tobacco;
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,oo0 Jenny Lind Ogrs;
6,000 Josephue Cigars; 30,000 Brauds, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market prices
the following articles of country produce.
1'ea N uts, Lard , Cotton Yarns,
Feathers, Tallow, Flour,
Beeswax, W hile Beams, Meal,
Gmseug, Peas, Chew ing Tobacco
Flax teed, Eggs, Peach Brandy,
Wheat, Butler, Apple Brandy,
Rye, Hags, Piuk Root,
tuts, Tar, Co per age.
Corn, ilay. Orchard Urass Seed,
Milielt Seed, Hemp, Blue Grass "
lirieU Peaches, Haggiug, Timothy '
lined Apples, Rope, Herd's Grass "
Wool, Pluw Lines, Hemp "
Bacou, Bod Cords, Ouiuus,
Potatoes, Ax. , ke. , Ave.
Country dealers and farmers ha vmg any of the above
for salu w ill do wU lo call on us wucu ihey visit the
city. J uue 2o u
Innfi BARRELS JuliusH. Smith's Whisky;
,UUU 5oo barrels Cbenoweth's do;
ooo barrels Old Bourbou and Rye Whisky;
250 boxes hue Braudies, 1 dozen each. In store
and for sale by W. H. OORlX.V a Co.
Scales ! Scales ! !
AFL'LL slock of Kairbauk'f celebrated Scales, Dor
maul, Platform, Grocers, Counter and Beatus.
Alsv, Hay aud Coal scales, iu store, lor sale at Facto
ry prices, by . W. 11. GORIHJ.N" k CO.,
an2tf Sole Agents for Middle Teunessee.
14 Q HQDS. Common, Fair, Prima and Choice Loa
'lO uiana Sugar;
100 barrels crushed Sugar;
ljft Itml Sugar;
60 " Clantted Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Sugar; in store and for
ale by W. li. GORDON a CO.
1 f f WHOLE boxes Werk k Co's Star Candles;
1UU 200 hall boxes Werk k Co's ' "
aoo quarter boxes " "
200 boxes Madisoo Starch:
1,000 " PreacoU k Co's No. 1 and eitra Soap;
n store and for sale by W. H. UOKUON CO.
O nnnKEGSShlrntrer'"X'iiU allsises;
li.UUU loo kegs Hour barrel nails;
luo buislung '
loo " feucuig "
60 " 4, 6, aad 6 inch pikes;ln store
and for sale by
W. II. GORDON a CO.
A HANDSOME and comfortable family residence ui
Edgedeld near tha bridge, with CarrBtge-tiouae
and stabie attached, for the balance us the year. 1'oe
seasion given immediately. Apply to
LVoNS Ji CO.,
raarlS-tf Tl Public aqoar
; QUICK & MEAD,
Coniiuissioaa aud Forwarding
WHOLISJiE 1 ELTilL FLUl S 1 FEED STOKE
Al tkt Old "Wuaet fUmr Depot,'
Vo, II South. College Street, KaahTillt, Tszul,
AGk.STS lur Uuouletuvuie Mills, louuo ee.
" Emptro Keo tacky.
' Floor, Feed, etc., AT PRICES TO Si. If Tlie. TIMES.
' Extra Family Flour, wkuwaaie, Si is; Ketad i tut
buperhu " " t 00 i 26
Flue " " 1 64 1 76
Lb boiled " IW
Middlings " " 1 00 M 1 26
hburta ' 79
loarae Braa SOc., Fine and Mixed 47 ; MeoJeOc.
Wbea aellsag by the quantity , a liberal discount will
be allowed to suit parrbaaere.
All aruciee uehvered Ui as pari of tae city free of
The highest market price paid for all kinds of
X superior article of Extra Hulled Pennsylvania
Buckm beat Flour, on baad and fur aaia low at
hta2Utf . ,. IrtkA AXII kUD.
B. LANIER & CO.
Dtalcrt ia Forrisa aad Doinntie Liqnon
Mar. 16 tf. KAaUVILLC, TKNRESBEX
CF0RS porcbaaiBg elavwhera, per anus sroald do
well to call aad elnaiine hutm
- . t - - . AXD " ' -
sa ass detarauaad t close eot the led ehas for
caaa. - J. tL McGllX,
JiaalS earner Cooeae at aad Bswara.
Ubeat and Rje Wasted.
BEAT aad RTE wanted by P. C. Al
taatr WaxsAwMss, No. e Bread strSMt
L. H. 1A5USX.
THE above Bonse having been thoroughly A u-9L "
re-fitted is now open for tbe reception of sa
travelers. The proprietor hopes from bis
long experience in the business, and his de
termination to spare no pains in supplying bis table
with tlie best that tbe market affords, to merit and re
ceive a share of patronage. ...
Twy Boarders $1 50
Week.... . . . 3 60
WM. M. WINBOCRN,
Situated on market Street,
And near the Public Square,
IS now open for the accommodation of the laA
public. The bouse has been thoroughly "3
renovated and refurnished. The Proprietor ltf j
Is determined by attention to the rmfort of
his guests, to merit the patronage jl the public
Board per day... $1 60
Board per week ...3 60
febll tf THOMAS S. WATON, Proprietor.
Corner Tlaln and Sixth St a.,
Tin? well known Hotel, having been thoroughly re
paired and newly furnished, is now open for Uie
accommodation of the traveling public. Situated in
the moet central and business part of the city, and
having superior accommodations, tbe 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 times.
Dec. 2 wly J. COMB, Proprietor.
JO. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
HAVING taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all wbo may favor me with a
calL Of my friends, and the citizens of Nashville and
Davidson county, I would solicit patronage. My table
will at all times be provided with tbe best the country
atlords, and every care will be taken to please all.
There is a good Livery Stable contiguous to this
bouse, and the Fayetteville, Mulberry aud Lynchburg
Mail and Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday for the above places, at
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.
Tullaboma, August 13, 1857. raa
Metropolitan Ealing Houses
THIS fashionable and popular Eat- yMrTfTe
ing House is just in receipt of a , S n ii
superior lot of Freah Oysters, together with all
kinds of tianie, which will be served up in splindid
style at all hours of the day. Thankful for the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed upon our house, we
trust by close attention to tbe wants of our customers,
we shall continue to merit the same in the future.
J. k W. MOORE,
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedur and Cherry sta.
NASHVILLE LSIRAXCE OFFICE
ETNA INSURANCE COMPANY
Cash Capital and Assets tl 500,000.
HARTFORD FIRE IXSIRAXCE C0.HPAXY,
Cash Capital and Assets $637,000.
Phoenix Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Assets-t341,000.
QUAKER CITY IXSURAXCE CVMrAXT,
Cash Capital and Assets $277.66.85.
New-York Life Insurance Co.,
Accumulated Capital (1,00,4000.
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Life Rif-ks taken on
equitable terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. 25 College Street, opposite the isewauee House.
Nashville, Jan. J5, 186s
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital $1 50,000!!
OFFICE North-West Corner or the Public
Square, over IKer Pearl's Exchange
uurce. iney win lake rwuoa swellings V.J
and other Houses. Goods iu Store, asaiust -33L
Loss or Iamage by Fire. Also Marin and River haz
ards, from and lo all ports.
NegToes against the Dangers of the Biver.
E. A. OWEN.
JOHN M. HTIX.
G. M. FOGG.
N. E. ALLOWAY.
X. H. GARDNER.
W. 5. EA KIN.
JOSESH VAULX, President
X. W. BUTLER, Secretary an5
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
fT'IIIS COMPANY being fully organised.
A according lo charter, is prepared to .
write Policies against LOSS AM' OAMAOK '
BY KIKE, on Buildings, Goods, w ares, and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments agaiust
loes or damage by Seas, Rivers, or lulaod Transpor
tation, on the nioft favorable terms.
Life and Negro Polices granted al Current rates.
Office, No. 50 College, Last Side, between I'nlon
Street and tlie Public square.
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER.
HENRY HAKT, J.
TUOS. W. EVANS.
JOHN li. KWIN.
R. C. MrVAIKY.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. auU5
lOnnfi BCFHKLS Pmrior Ohio Rlrer Coal in
lOUUU at Uie Coal-Yard on College Street, ad
jomiug M. a E. F. Cbealliam'a Warebouae, carefully
screened and cleaned , at 15 (2)20 cents per buabeL
Apply to the Coal-Yard.
laaitt tf A. L. DAVIS
...Ata. A Ak'ai UA1IUE1 SEEDS.
JUST received aad opened a large stuck of Landreth 'a
Garden Seeds, warranted fresh; eunsaung iu the
usual varieties brought lo this market, to Inch he
would call the attenlmo of Families and Gardeners.
JO. G. BKOW.V,
Jaa30-tr No. 4J College Street
Notice of Dissolution.
rpHE partnership exuttiug between D. LANIER a
L GEO. MUELU, under the style of B. LAN1UI a
Co., M this day duudved. B. Lanier I laving purchas
ed Geo. Misell's enure luterrst in the late Srm.iaakMie
author land tu aeitle up the same. B. 1 -AS IKK.
Mar. -ii, 1858- GEO. MIXLL.
t'f Referring to the above notice, I take great
pleasure in recommending to my frienua my late as
sociate In business, Mr. B. Lanlrr, as a gentleman
every way worthy of their coutiuued Mitrouace.
March 5. 1S5S . - GrAl. MUELL.
THE undersigned ia the auUiortsed ageoey for the
sale of Purler, Rolfe k Swell s RaJroad Spikes :
said lo be the beat and cheapest spikes now in use. A
supply cuaataaily pa baud and fur sale by
D. D. DICKEY,
aprlO-tf ' College Street, Naobviile.
Notice to Tanners.
We hare constantly on band and for sals
GREEN SALTED HIDES,
- At So. 8 South Front street,
prl-sa J DuYLE k CO
GET THE II EST.
THE GENUINE AMBROTYPE the Pretulum Pwtars
M beyutid euaiianM Ue sm style of lAeaess
yet ttiboditcod, and stands without a rival;
Tnne caaaut change Utea,
Light caaaut fade laesn,
luu puses cannot awmld thrts,
iMiat caa aever reach them,
Rust canaot corrode them.
- If ads as bei etof ore by LAkCuMUE, Curser of Cherry
sad Unma everts, aad put p at tip-top sty W at Laav
MO- Made at ae vbi roueos ta NaahvUla
TE regret that we are compelled to postpone the
ntrge sate cr rk B )UId ware, there Siring
sucae deteauea IB the trim innna ef Ibw atmrk.
4t atiua as ae aara reiskbte advae e mlereaes ea tta
arrival, we ill five sotice Ui rough Uta Sadjr juuraala
to our frieads and suatutoers.
jBel4 BEN J. r. f HETLr.
N. B. Oar sal aC Bash Onealal aad banaa SiatMW
arjr U1 sortaiaiy lake place urn Tataday the 16U ,
M ws are surs the gunda are at stucs, a-ad wUl b
ready tut eshibitioa ea Muaday aooa. .
. leaeU - tv t. .
. A Book for Hoy a.
aAv AVAT TO 8XA- Aa aufelnccTaiAj' far
Boys. By taptaia Xaras Rsta. For sale by -
. jt - - cats, w.txna.
Cheaper than erer for Cash!!
: SPREVG AND SU3IMEII
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AIVD CAPS.
; FrcsU Arrivals.
B. R. CUTTER,
Ho. S8 & 69 Corner of College and Broadway,
HAS received his stork of BOOTS,
PHOFS, HATS, and TRUNKS, Tor the
Spring and Summer trade, consisting
in part as louows, viz :
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' fine Kid and Morocco Boo toes, thin and thick
sole, with heels;
" line kid and " " plain and trimmed;
" " lasting Gaiters, side and front laced,
" " Congress "
" " kid ' Btifkin. and Front Ties;
Misses fine Kid and Morocco i-'lippers and Bootees;
" and children' Lasting Gaiters and "
Childrens' fine Kid and Morocco thick and pump sole;
" Fancy " " Pools and Slippers;
W omens' extra size Kid Boot. Buskins, kc
" " " Morocco BMHsand Buskins
Servants' heavy Calf, Kip and Morocco, extra
For Gents and Boys.
Gents' fine Pegged and Laced Boots;
.4 . 4. Opera "
" " " patent kid and buck-skin Congress
" " " " kid and Oxford Ties;
" " " Broad strap Shoes, pnmn and a-elt;
For sale by B. K. CUTTER,
No. S6 and 69, cor. College and Prsndway,
mar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
3 fiflO EKTon hand, of all sizes, from two to
JJJ twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Lace Leather; to all of which I invite the at
tention of all planters and machined to the above
articles, which will be sold on the best terms for cash,
at Nos. 36 and 59, corner of Broadway and College
mar 13 B. R. CUTTER.
Hats and Caps for Men, Boys and Children.
I AM receiving direct from the man
ufactories, all the latest stvles of Spring
All a 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
boys' Wool Hats and Caps. Will be sold on the most
reasonable terms for cash, or to punctual dealers.
B. R. CUTTER,
No. 86 and 69. cor, of Broadway and College sta.,
mar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
SWDER & FIUZZELL
HAVE in store a Une stock of Hoots and Shoes of
every description, which they are offering at low
SYDi:il & FICIZZELI.
AP.E in receipt of another lot of Gents' Stitched-lJo-n
Shoes, at No. 21 Public Square.
jani SNYDER a FRIZZELL.
GENTS Due Calf Pump Solo Boots;
ii .4 .4 Mitched "
" " " Water proof Boots;
" " " Congress Gaiters;
" " " " " double sole-
" Calf Brogans:
Also, peKged Congress Gaiters and Brogans of all
TitrxKs, VAi.isr.s. &c.
Ladies' extra sire Sole Leather Trunks;
" " " Travelling "
" " " French " with Trays;
Gents' fine Sde Leather Trunks;
" " " Valises;
" Russell Valises.
Together with Carpet Bags, Black Bags, Satchels,
c. All of which are offered at low rates for cash.
Ja"'-g SNYIER FKIZZfUX.
At Cost for CVasIu
"T7E have on handsome sole Lesther Trunks and
v Vahces which we will close out at Cost for Cah.
Persons wauling any of the above have now an op.
portumty to piiri hasc al low down prices. Call at No.
21, labile Suaro.
tnar-tf SNYl'ER a FRTZZELL.
No 42, College Street.
GENTS Calf SI ITCHED DoiVX" I. S. Shoes;
" " English lJiced Sho.'s;
" " I. . Wster-roof MiU-hed Roots;
A large assorlmeut al very low prices bv
lebo tf JOHN KAMAGK.
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
l'o. 42 College Mreet, INaalivllle,
13 now receiving a large and excellent stock of la
dies' aud Gent's Wear, aud tor Muscs, lioys and
Ueut'. Calf Stitched and Pump Soli- Boots;
4 Freuch Patent Liallu-r ami Cull ( on. Gaiters.
" " ' " Calf New Top "
" Black Cloth and PrunelU "
" English La-Ulig and Cill Kid Tims;
" lUA:kskin New Urlr.ms "
" Call Euglish stitched down Pump Shoes;
" lasting, Oxford and Dress Shoes,
Calf, Kid and boot Morocco Oxlords;
" Calf Union half Gaiters.
Ladles French Lasting Congress Gaiters, with and
Lad H'S Kid Congress Boots, do do do do;
" Italian Cloth Ijice Gaiters, do do do;
" French Kid NipiierR tiiiumed, do do;
" White Satin and Kid do do do;
" Fine Ijisting Buskins;
Misses Kid I to. its, with aud without heels;
' Black and Brown daiters, do do do do;
" Block Kid and Bronzed Mil, do do do;
" Lasting Gaiters, plaiu aud lied, do do do;
Children's Kid aud Brouzed half tlipers;
Black aud Ccdored Lasting Gailers;
Boy'sand Youth's oxford Ties; Congress Gaiters; Pal
enl Leather aud Calf lireas ahoes; l.isung Tuw, Ac.
nia -- JOHN KAUAGK
LAlUlii le leather Covered Trunks;
" French Ifes. Trunks, large aises;
41 Flat aud Kouud Top Tray Iruuks;
" Traveling huK licls.
Gent's No. 1 English Nle Leather Trunks;
" l'.osset and Iron Frame do;
" bole Leather Buggy do;
' Ashland Sole Leather Valises;
" Traveliug Bags, Ac., Ac, Ac;
Just received aud for sale very luw lor Cash, at No.
42 College strret, by
Je5-f . , JOHN KAMAGK.
BUADSII AW & ItUTLAXD
HAVE Just received a fresh stuck of BOOTS AND
l-'HOLM for the 8irlug and bummer trade, which
will be sold al Low Phk-kk.
Ladles Last. Cong, k Laced Gaiters, with and without
Ladies Kid Omg. Laced Kid Boots, do. do.;
44 " Slippers, do. do.;
White Kid and Miiui Slippers;
44 Embroidered, Urouze aud Velvet Slippers.
miases sud t It lid rest.
Misses Kid and G. Boots, with aud without heels;
" Last Gaiters 44 . 44 44
44 Kid Slippers; ' 44
Child. 44 44
Boys Fine Calf sewed and pegged Boots;
44 " 44 44 oxiord Ties; aud other articles
for boys and youths wear.
For Gents, -Gents
Extra Calf Pomp and atached Boota;
44 44 44 44 " Cougrras Gaiters.
44 " 4 44 44 Oxlorl Ilea;
44 PaL Leatlior puaip Congress Gaitera;
44 44 fJ, .. - 4.
44 44 pat Leather Oxford Ties;
Cloth Cong. Gaiters aud Last Ties, and Calf Patent
Leather Neap tilwriut all kinds, suitable for the .spring
and Summer trade. Call at No. ao, I lk sii-m-t.
Biay 11 -U LKAlfrlUW A Kl 1LANU.
Sole Leather Trunks and Yaliees.
LAJHiaNe.l, Sole Leather Trunk.;
4. 44 44 44 aad Sup Boaset Boxes;
Ladiea Packing Tronks;
GenuSoUt Leatir Iruuks;
44 ttueaett and Iron Ir.me Trunks;
.All of a Inch will be sold at very law prices by
" suyll-tf No. 3o lama street.
JOHN YORK k CO. have on hand tbe beet Cold Pea
ever offered for sale ta this market
BAGS Prune Baltimore Colli-. receive.
CAKTEK. M KAT 4 IV
. "Wool! Wool! I
Iirs waat S0.0uS Iba. Claaa Watena Woot., for
. V bic we wtfi pay caalt. We waat tc to 'JUJlb
aw a. W FL OOXKiS k CflL
PIKEMX BEDSTE.ID FACTOUI
UAON HAND A VP ,
' ' Dlanuracture.'all klods
UXM XS , . ,
Catlac HeJeteadla, .
t . Crl htK - ? , . '
Also every diacfitSJoSi of
et X x x o o a o o ,
Made af tVJTTJ.V. SHCCK, CV7TU.V at XMVCK,
UAlM, Aa. AS ed wbaa uj V 4d ae elaaeaa aaa
be had ia tbe .ty lor easaw. W. K niHJfUJt H.
mMii.'T i " " , Ctra Saeees 4
i ' w.u.coRNni7icSe
Fcmlhic Fcseral Undertaker,
' ' 49 Ch sire Is Btraat,
fl TrLLfBra every tl lag at Faae-.. as asms
1 V fur. Will W r sri 1 Imik famil Sf fjia.
(te rrarw la BL OUf Casstaisr.
I BbArTT-JJ, a
FALL. ARRANGE ME IV Ts
Throucrli Hates of Freight from
JNew York to J ash vine,
In connection with New York Side Wheel and Screw
Steamship lines, lo
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
r I inr. loiiowmg raiea to tace erfe'Ci oa ana aiier jlsb
lst,lS5: ., , ;
New Vorlt ta NasliTflle.
First eUss. per 100 lbs... $1 B
Second Class, 41 ......... 1 44
Third class, " 1 18
Hits In Boxes, 1 57
Spec! Rates, . S 92
CLASSIFICATION CTH TFE AE0VE BCUTZS.
11 rat Class.
Piano Fortes, Btvks, Stationery, Boots, Shoes, Li
qnors. Oils, Ac, in bottles: Camoliene and Spirits Tur
pentine in barrels; Carpeting. China, GIsps and t.lajis
waro, in cases: Clocks. Confectioneries, Cotton Cards;
Cutlery, ia cases, cask, and boxes; Dry Goods, in
boxes and bales; P-ugs, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery,
Furs, Garden Seeds, Lookinglaiws, and- Looking.
G1.ISS plates, (at owner's risk:) Oysters in cans and
jars; Saddlery, Tin and Britannia Ware; Teas and
Second Claaa. '
Hardware, (except such as specified fn First and
Third clarees,) Coffee Mills, Machinery; Foreirn Li
quors, in barrels and Pipes: Tobacco in boxes; Leath
er, in rolls and boxes; Oils, in barrels and casks;
Crockery and Queens ware, in crates and casks; Eice,
Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass and Copper.
Axes, Shovels, Spades, gad-lron. Zinc and Tin in
pigs. Tin Plate, Anvils.Vkres.casksofChaiusand Hoes,
Vanilla and Cidton Cordage, CoOee, Heavy Castings,
Mill Gearing, Carriaee Spring, and Axle.", Railroad
Wheels and Ales, Chairs, Spilt ea, and Koaia ta bbls.
Furniture and Carriages boxed, and other light ar
ticles not enumerated; a'so. Carboys of Acids, or oth
er Chemicals, will be charged by" actual weight, at
double First Class rates.
tf No charge for draysge, wharfage, or forward
ing Th above rates cover all expenses from New
York to Nashville.
sTe Steven win and all stations on Na.hrille and
Chattanooga Road, wet of Stevenson, en titled to above
IJ-Itw only necewsary to taenre eoods to Charles
ton and Savannah, the Roads assume all risks after
they are delivered by the steamer into the hands of
the drsymen.nn the wharf, onul delivered at the de
pot of destination. By doin this merchants will save
from C5 to 50 cents per 100 lbs. on the 1st and 2d class
71 "P Road will not be res)onsib!e for any damages
occurring st sea.
Goods shipiied via Savannah should be consigned to
Agent Central Railroad, Savannah, Ga.
Good shipped via Char esbm should be consigned to
Agent South Caro ma Railroad, rharleMnn.
CHARLES W. srERSOV,
Je2-tf General. Agent.
FOR 1VEW YOItK.
FASTEST-" LINE !!
CABIN PASSAGE tS20!
I FREIGHT lower than by anv other Steamers ! SIX
Cents per foot. FOR ALL K1NIS OF MEASURE
klENT GOODS. Ltght Bakkkls 37 1; cents ea h, and
other articles in pnipurtitm!
The Kulendid and commodious side whl Steamers
ACt.lSTA, 1,500 tonu Capt M. S. WooilhuU.
FLOKUiA, 100 44 4' Isaac Orowvll.
ALABAMA lKO 44 44 Geo. R .Scbenck
jvn riKKT cijow raoraiiKR
ST A R OF THR SoCTI 1 . 1 ,1 cm ton s Capt.Thos.Lyon.
These Steamships belting In ti e old established and
favorite hue, known as the '-New York and Savannnh
Steam Navigation Company," and in comfort, accom
miK'uUoiis and fare, -amiii be excelM. They are
commanded by exerieuced, skilllul, careful aud po
TAIIELFORD, FAY & CO.,
SAML. L. MITCH ILL A: SON.
may-fitf Aiienu, New York.
Freights by Sail Vessels and Pro
Xciv York, Philadelphia, Boston
MERCHANTS who may ship by the above vessels
are informed that by consigning their giMnls lo
Uie agents of tlie South Carolina Railroad, Charleoton,
or agents of Central Railroad, Savannah, they will be
forwarded free of cjuiiiiiiskIous, (drayage and wharf
ace only charged,) aud be sent through al the follow
Finn tTaixi, per 100 lbs 1 Si
Second Class 100
Third Clans 80
Special rates for light goods, per 100 lbs 2 70
Bill showing amount paid vessel snd amount charg
ed for drayage and aharlaire, will be mailed to con
signees. CI I AS. W. ANDERSON,
Muy lt tf General Agent.
November 9, ISV7.
Little 3Iiami and folnmbus and
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTERN ROUTE.
To all the Eastern Cities.
GA. M. Lightning Express, through lo Columbus, and
Cleveland without cliatige of cars. 8:30 P. M. Eve.
lung Exraes, through to Bolhur aiidl'itlsburg without
change of cars.
four Dally Trains.
FIRST TRAIN. Cleveland, llttoburg, Steuben vllle,
and Wborluig Uglituiiig Express Ix'avesCiucuinali at
o'clock A. M., for all the Eastern cities also, Spring
This train slops between Cincinnati aad Columbus at
Loveland, Morrow, X -nia, and London only.
S1XUN1) TRAIN Cleveland Kxre8S Mail Leaves
Oik HiiiaUel U:40 A. M. ror iMnkirk , Buflalo, New York
lloaton, Ac., Whecluig, Ualtiuiore, Philadelphia, Wash
Tin. train stops at all points between Cincinnati and
TiilRU TRAIN. Accommodation Leavee Cincinnati
at 4 .40 P. M. lor Spring Held aad Columbus.
Tins train aleo iuak-a cuiiuectious tor Wilmington,
Lancaster aud Zauesnllc. This tram Slops atali poinls
between Ciucmiiali and Columbus.
HH Kill TUAi. 4ieveiaui, i luauorg ana a neei
Ing Night tx-es Leaves Cincinnati at SiW o'clock
P. M , tor all the ljit-rn cities.
This train si al all pouita between Cincinnati and
No tram on Sundays.
Trams run by Columbus time seven minutes faster
than Cincinnati time.
t or Through. Tickets
And all Infiiriuat-uu at ciucwuati pieaee aiply at tha
Uule Miami and Covington aud Lexington olhce, Ne. t
Burnett House, or at Uie Old Olhce, south-east corner
Broadway and Front, opposite ftpeucer House, or at
the Eastern lepot.
1. Dl'RAXD, Superintendent
F F. tX'LU'Jt, Geueral Ticket Agent.
THE OMMrtCS LINE calU fr pasaeng.rs at all tha
pruicifvl bouds for each and every tram. Ky leaving
directions al either of the above o dices, will call for
paaeengers IU all parla of the rity, without (all.
Nv. 15. H. B. Rl'w;l, mndiM-tnr.
1 rif f'A- Star Cau.lU-s for .sale to the trade at
daoiouKii mics by
I AM to-day ruceiviug by Adams' Express, direct
from tbe tut, aa to voice of Cuutcs Gouua.lo which
we aak the auenuoa of
Tha iacok'e embrStM the followtng seasonable and
French Lane ManUea, from f 7 60 lo fii 00;
Keal t aleuce-jinea Elgitigs,at all prax;
wiasC4dlar.alroni SI bv lo 5 OO-,
Liuea FraigMfof basques;
Heia MiU bed ILutdKecluefs;
Hwp Skirts, extra nice;
Whilo Uriliiantea, aeat styles;
Jacituets aad Maraa Muallaa;
Soil Firuab Liaeua, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Mf Call early eo
No. IS Ceioa streeL
r . S. One rase .amatl figured Jaceueta of beat tif ul
Style aad cheap. , . ). S-l-a.
Lumber, Lumber, Lumber.
S QUARK CI fAK aad all atber krnds Lumber aaa
be had al Mu lvcrgue !b Mills, ua the NashviUe
aad Ctialtauuoga Rallruad, 14 Bnlk from Nashville.
j. w, wmmuj.
TO ECONOMICAL FAMILIES
And Ladles, Married or Singles
VIK Ftfty Ceaia eochjaew , ta swetage ataaps, the ua-
dersujiMd will furaa
iguaa will furaara, by returs mall, tne Ita-
towiag lavalaabkt anneehold reretuta. awtte wShawS
trouble, aad full ariuied tuatrucuua. tea oeata
yMi caa procure a hat would cuetal tha store oas
doiiar vis :
How u saas Pursas Et stls, sua ssaovuHi scru
How To aaas Too-a powtaaa.
How t aaaa It Ala ttaauaAnras.
How vo aaas ttais Its.
Ua to Mas Pom h
- liow tw sm Buiua tw Basse, To snovw raw axes
Va TVS irc
mww tw ... iwnii wm -www fc .
How Ta atas liKiuai ta. '
Hew to aaas UtasaT, sua msamsw aaoaaa cm.
. Harper Tweivetmee' evlrbraWd Washing Reeei(t;
year wabtg Svmm la half ttetiasa aad trouble, iU
ut aaaias sat your clothes with ths dcai-saaa
awlSw. lwooklya.N. T.
IBATJ IN MA.Aik: '
, sA ; lutwat a aU&e Pawdar, .
, t IM - alealacsr - V
n.oua 44 rOastm Powder,
OO1.0U0 feet baTfity I was
' .... TJV KcCaIX, AgmM