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(Ciniliffii.
(CbacatidrialT
Groceries, etc.
f 5, rf c;
NEW DRUG STORE,
tVTi'ol Sooth W strike mtrettJ r'
. .$XM1&T- 1a. VOUELiv
WSOLSai.1 a-SALKK 1.1 v ;
Drugs, Hcdicincs, Dje-stcfls, &c,
Nashville, TeiineBsee,
HAS in store an as.ortmenl f every
thing usually kept tn a I'rflg Store,
ell fros'j and of the beet quality. . Ilcin
wives the patronage of dealers, believiw
that be can make it 'to Ibeir intereat to
. . . - .1.. - . . 1 trn,iU I.M f S
coifloetitof j-ivtnK -satisfaction, as it will be his Unit
endeavor V, m lhal " mistakes m '."J '"'u
titijr op medicines, Ac.
I A rif K ECS U 1 1 I T i; I. K A . In store
IMUM and for sale low lor cash oy
JAS. L. POWELL,
Wholesale Druggist. No. V South Market st.
k nnf :- zino paint. in store
IIIUU and for eaie low for oiMi oy
JAMES I.. I'OWELL,
jvld
Wholesale Druggud,, No. U South Market st.
t M. CIGARS, all brsnds, in store ani mr mie low
OU tor cD b 3Ait U "W:U-.
jj IB Wholesale Druggirt, No. V South Market at.
f wiTBOXES GLASSWARE, of every description
JiUIJ is store ana for Bale low for cash by
JAS. L. FOWELL,
jyl Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market at.
Liof OR3, ofall kinds, in store and for sale low lor
c,,n by JAS. L. VOWFJ A,
j j-16 Wholesale Druggist, No. 3 South Market at.
s rCTilioSS jlAMXSilI.ACKI.,. In
1U atore and for sale low for cash by
JAM. L. POWELL,
fJylo Wholesale Druggist, No. 8 South Market St.
PFRFCM ERY, of all kinds, in sure and fr sale low
for caul, by JAS. L. I'OWELL,
jy 16 Wholesale Druggist, No. 8 South Market st.
HOOFIAND IIITTEKSIn Mre and Tor
dale low for cash by JAS. L. I'OWELL, ,
;iylo Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market St.
COO I.I lili Oil.. Ui store and forsale,low
for cash by JAS. L. I'UWKLL,
jylo Wholesale Druggist, No. South Market St.
EX rT COI.OCYNTII CO.n P. In rtore and
fur sale low for cash by .
J A3. L. POWELL,
J;-. W-V-l. 1. iwln, Tfo. 3oab Mrkct at.
CA.TIPJIOIt. In store and for Kile low for cash
by JAS. L. POWELL,
jy 10 Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 Sooth Market st.
CREA JiYa IItTb.-Iu store ami for sale
low for cash by JAS. L. POWELL,
jyl'l Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market st
A" ' liu.flTKCIIEI UA !I NCHXAPPS.-In
stor,, .r,l for sale low for cash liy
, . JAS. L. POWFIX,
1 I Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market St.
A' VI IX ASSORTMENT OF DRCGS ANDMEDICINES
for sale low for cash by JAS. L. I'OWEIJ.,
IV 1H No. 9 Market St.
NEW DRUG STORE.
DR. R. J. WKI.IX.
J.NO. M. HOOIKK.
A. K. JONES
WELLS, IIOOPKIl & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN
Drags, Medicinea, Chemi
cnli. Paints, Varnishes. Oils,
Dyo-stuflS, Brushes of all
kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar
ticles, Fine Wines and Li
quors, (for Medical Purpos
es,) Fine Cigars andTobac- jCg
to, Scotca ana jcaccaooy '- 1
SuuITj, tea.. to., No. 21 Codar street,
JVusli illc, Tciint'sst e,
VP.F. now reci-ivniK al llifir Store a lurt'e ami gen
eral asriurtiwiit of Iresh Drugs, Ac., for the
Kmuiii'T Ti a le, euibracing uvorytliu.g to b called for
m a Drug Store.
TU'y liavo also just recuivecl n I;iree lot nf Pure
While l.ruil and Slo w While '.im: in oil.u liirh thoy
viU Ki'll very low I'or ca.sh. Thon who wiih to Uis
g us llmir old tloiuiuils by giving iliem a new dress
uoul'l do Wi-ll tog.ve llii'ina call. They have all the
Y.irii'UH colors, groiiud in oil, generally UHi.-d by Paint
er
Tlnv" who want Pure ar.d Fresh Drugs and Medl
ciues w ill lo well to give tlini a cull.
p. S. Proscriptions lirally iiml arciirutely com
pounded at all hoiiis by expei ienriMl pre.'H.riplionii'ts.
leliv.i tr
T. H. KalM.
J. B. H.UIW.V.
RAINS & miOWN,
Druggists and Prescriplionists,
No. South side public Sijuire,
!VatIi vllle, Trim,
A ('OMPI.F.TF.aiorinieutj Ijiglitliaml
V. Aiucricitn Clii'Uiirais, pure anl iina
rlulti rafd I'riit'H, fresh and genuine ex
tractn, select Powilern, A:c., nlwiyi on
baud. Hiivormg Extracts, such as I oni
on, Ko', Vaiiiilu, Pine Apple, Straw ber
ry, t'eiory, Almond, Kaspberry, Pea h and Or.mge
extracts for K.ivor'iig. il-sl lu-rmiuia Arrow I toot,
lsmui.i-s, Cloven, Nulnn'gs, Cinnamon, kc.
janfl KA1NS BROWN.
T.A!n:E supply of genuiue Swedish Leeches Just
nxcived and for sale by
RAINS ft BROWN,
muv27-tf No. 19 Public Square
-VXRNISH.
To Coacl and Carriage Manufacturers, Ca)
net Makers and Painters.
THE undersigned have received the aguncy for t
sale or the celebrated VAKMSIlhS lil.nilif.ictiir
by the '"Hay wood Varnish Manufacturing 1'ompanj
which aro universally ackiinwleoged to be superior
any iither Varnishes in the I'liited states, und have J
received a large supply of the lollou in dllli-rent ki
rn tin li they will sell ala very Hmall advance on Um
facturers' prices :
Black Enameled Coach Body Varnish,
Elastic ' "
lm. English Wearing
" " Palo Coach
Hrnwn Japan "
White " "
H-raping "
Flowing 14
PolMlung
Ulairk Iron '
White Copal
I Miliar
!ast:c
Walnut Stain "
Extra Fine Carriago"
RAINS ft BROWN,
No. 19 Public Square, oppite Market House.
pr9-tf
Tanner' Oil.
1 rinrt GALLONS Tanner's Oil, best quality Just
IjUUO
received and fur sale low by
jani
KAl.NS Si BROWN.
BHITOIi IIKICK ni'ST, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polishin'j gold, silver, brass, glass,
ice; a new article; for sals by
jan'.HJ RAIN'S BROWN.
jo. ;. ii ii own,
43 College Street,
" INaxlivlIIr, 1nn.
Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuns, Paints, Oils, Varnuhes, Window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fins Soaps, Hair and
Tooth Brushes,
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the day,
IN raucy dooils, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, liaving received Urge
additions, consisting uilly of IaiIiiIis'
and Iuixiua' Extracu, French, Auu ru an
aud tieriiian Coloaue; I . Hue's and l.u
biu'a Sachets: Hair llruslica; Metal, China
and puier l'ul! Ibixes; i-hell, Kuio, and Dressing
Combs, sc., Tor suio by Jo. li. ItKoWN.
STMJ AIti: of every description for kiUj
by JO. O. ISIIOWN.
AIt TlVr S'i O Ho it ! m liV ft every io"
vcriplion, for ale by Jo. ti. llKuU N.
CoiJiussnt mii'liti-; "u atkiis
always on halio, winch 1 recci.e J ir- ct Iflu lue
hpriuga. JO. ;. PKoWN.
1?0 iCHFi iirii A fltMrsTA lien's Hi suirativ7;
M ood s rt-'kUii er;
Aaiiermm's Restorer
fcarry ' Tm oiiherous;
Cliuhugh'a Trieophnroas
Ik ilia's Hind.
)an2U JO. G. BHOWN.
Li.'SOOi l O I tT I " IS A ver7TujwKr articta
made by Kui-j, l irkinsi. to., m pinw and
quartx. JO. d. BROWN.
O lisTl E It ti 1 M ' i oss Jiist received
J prt p ed by UeMgeuian, Clark k Co.
jan'J JO. j. BROWN.
Moom:i:iiai.a whisky. a
superior aria le, suaiautieii bi ba pure.
very
Jau-'O Jn. u. llKOW.V
13
I.I EMI li WATEII iu half barrels aud
tu piut bottles, for sale at lAiumvilla prict-s.
jauiil Jo. O. HKoWV.
fjii:sii si:i;iis.
1 K BARPJil-S CLOV Ui tSKti),
It) 10 barrels Tnnutuy '
Kiu Craaa tKi, Ueaxnid aud stripped,
Herds Uraaa rwt,
On ton CWvxa,
Proline Coio,
ChmoM buax Cans,
Japan Peas, - . ..
I4jiortUi s tlardan Sds
wr dead.
Just vucelvad by RAIVS k RROW.V,
bli No. l'J, Public ura,
' A. 11.' 11 OSCOK, . . .
WH0LX8AZX A2T0 EST ALL CEALEB X3T
JUrnc, Jledlclnea, Iiye-Mufla,
l'erranierjr, l'aiata, Oil,
CilaM, llruabea, lVlille Lead, Ac. Ve.
Comer uf Urwa4 and Market avocta,
.asbvlile, Trnn.
I tiAva oonsutoiiy m iuou a iaiy aii n mmfj
A. well selui-VKl ktink' ! ma aiav artt
clns, together with a large aaaorbiu-ut uf
Fancy articles; ail of wliab la otlerad (or
ale on the uoat acooatieudauuf lorais.
Aluiu. 4 .ooo nouuds:
Arrow Kout, lou pounds, Bermuda and k lot ala'
Buniatooe, iisj poumla, rcQuad;
t'aatur Oil, 2Ui gallon;
Copperas, So barreU, prime gretn;
O-om Tartar, banc is -
t,uot Cainphor, loo piH.u-U;
luillgu, too pouuua. Flue to Cotumna; .
Maudor, IWO pound", lit.l quality ;
iut Carb. Cuda 4,000 saiuds prima;
V lour MilpUur , froo uoututs.
All of which is uOerad at lha lowest prices
jao2V A. U. ROSCOE.
a
btiaw Cutters.
"IXTt of rwaw tuimrt, Sinclair's,
VV Mc-tard'a mud (unailns's PUul. Tba lalbr
rttola took Uw ttnrt praiuluui at tha Naitoual Fair at
LriavUle. . AjUlefUuaiU CU.
. .-
C1NCLNNAT1 jDISTILLEUY.
V wri I SK EY I
v (yiiKiimiati Jr,
OHIO. '
H - S.iV.PIKlS'S I
CKIiJSnRATKD J
cfacfitolia Jjffiskey J
S. N. PIKE,
No. 18 and SO Sycamore street,
CISCUfXATI, OHIO,
SOLE MANUFACTURER OF THE CELEBRATED
Magnolia Whisky;
ALSO,
ALL KINDS OF DUMSIIC LIQIUKS, j
Cologne and Vuvc Spirits,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths, j
And constantly a large supply of old and choice '
Eourbon, Rye and Monongahfla Whisky.
aprv'3-ly
UOI1T. MOOKE, f
COMMISSION'
IVo. 30, Front Street,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
PARTICULAR attention given to fllling or- BrChS?
ders for (TJ)VER, TIMOTHY and other 15X0
seel; CASVU9, SOAP. LAUD k LINSEED .Sg!
OIU'; CIIKKK, BUTTER, COKDAOE, and articles of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.
Mm" Purchases maile for cash, aud prompt custom
ers. get ail the advantages of discounts and low prices
winch money commands. "its.
Jan. 14
v7V. HAMKll aV CO.,
MANT FACTTTRERS OP
PortaMc Criitdincc and Boiling
FLOUR MILLS,
CunifT of Western Row and Second Street,
C1AC1XXATI, OHIO.
Lt-. C
WETl'R.MSII A ffl)irLETE .HILL AT $550'
TUTS comprises French Rurrs, 30 inches (in iron
rmne). Rolling Chest, two pairs of eotneyors,
two sets of Elevators, with Helting and Oearing, all
reaily to run; Reel '6 feet in diameter and In feet long,
anil Silk Molting Cloth, (lo-st lunch Aukcr brand.)
We gunrauty tins Mill to turn out
Fifty IJarrt'lsor Flour per Day!
We build !arg sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Mil lit Muchiues, Flour Packers, Kc, aud furnish
t order
Lliilnca, Holler mtd 11111 ftenrlns of
all kintlM.
Tho best Dutch Anker brain! Rolling Cloth and Belt
ing of all sizes at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, Bent upon application
with stamp enclosed.
feb!7 dly W. W. HAMER & CO.
Slouch, in Ware, etc.
j. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer and Scaler in
STOVES, TIN-WARE
: C AKT-I KGS!
KEEPS constantly on hand for sale at tbo I owest
Prices,
M'OOI) AND COAL!
COOKING STOVES
HEATIXK AM) OFFICE STOVES,
COAIa UAMilaH,
Four sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
WroiighMroii Cooking Stoves,
For w.h!. fv-u' k:zs the best Cooking Stove now In
jse will last, w illi care, from fifteen to eighteen years
and cmik with greater convenience and in h-ss time
than any Cast iron r-tove. I have also Just receiveu
lUa following '
Tone Hundred, Assorted Sizes,
MASSER'S ) UlU'TE ICE I'BEAS FREEZERS,
the best tll.it Is now in Use
Water Coolers, all sixes and patterns.
Refrigerators for keeping Meats aud Butter,
line a-worttnent ol Chamber Toilet Sella,
patent Kuile Cleaners.
Vr nit Cans' I myown uuik, will keep a kimm! supply
made in the het manner elthr for sealing or soid.r
Old Dominion 'Coffee Tots;
Best article for making ColT'-e now ill tie, w'.ll make
wua one third less muiei ul and (Hirer and strouget
than aay otie-r, Ix-sldes reuiimng all llie aroma of tUv
Co fro. For sale by
J. W. WI1AIN,
nuty&-tf No. 17 College st
Coal Oil Lamps.
JOT received VR0 Knaoj 1 i J..nt Patent 01 H"
lD'l, ait.ii r. aud Mles,wtlch lttakt a
pur abita am! tie iy La' I, w ai' ui gr, o4or o -aiaxke
A'.-, a gi .d supply ot the Coal Oil.
fc J- Lamps and UU for aao hv ' "
, J. W. WIU'OV,
a'ig.-tf . IT College st.
THIS OLD DO.viIMON '
00 r f a: iot .
rpHIS nawCorrrt Pot, for which a patrol lias ban
1 tasuvd, tiuMebses this aJtaiitajKn sr all oUia a
you rnay rnl cnitee In it for auy length of Uinu, with
out a particle ct loe sli vngth vr arunia soung. tie
fourti locnil-- w rs.pirred, and lh full flavor of lh
berry reti nal A Ure Btimher of tastimoutals havt
burn t4L'tvJ. fnuu tiioaa who bay ned it. W.
bava )ai-a for oblv on :
Tub Out Ikisuviu.' Oiwrts ror. Wa have had In im
now , for over two months, one of tlieae ranch talk ad
of aol p"ts, auJ we Und Uiat it de. In ail miortt. t
whatts ijauiMd for . You iy koil telee la thLM ' .
ItuiutoQ fur any lougth of tiro you chouse, and yei '
luaa uim at tba dvuuala aroma vr sti-angtb. Thd ,
.t..,..kU .11. , htm a .... ..Ik 1. .11 1 .
coutrivaooa la tba suapa of a oooden-er, with dou
bts sypboaa, by uaeana vf which th aroma bearing
vapor, which usually goes all over cha boos or op
Um chimney , U cudaua4 aad throw a back Into tit
uff boih'r, and ) 00 have lla delicious Oavor Ul ill
cap you brui 4 10 your lips- la all our eauerwaca of
cojwalrmking, w never fouad aajrUtiiig atuaJ la
what we now have dally at our uef uu g meal. It la
lha perfect a of o-a. ii'aclcAia kmmtttg Jvmr
al.
)r73l 1,1 1,. 3,3, 4, , 10, andlo-uarta. Lar
go taa mwla to older.
rrsaltbr J. . XV. I.SOX.
Jt t. ' Maabvlllr, Tcun.
Notice of DissolutioiL
r-HE partnarahlp aialmg betwaaa B. UMHt h
L tbl. kUKM., aader uia ityla of B. LAM IKK k
Co , is this day djaaidTwd. B. Laawr having purchaa
4 Cau- Miaeli's aouis intafaat la ih Uu m at .IsabMta
au'JKla to Mttlt op tut kAOl. . H. LA Mi. Ft.
iUl. U, ! ' ' OtO. iiUi.il.
tW Kaferrlng to tba abova aorioa, I Uka graat
Aiaaaara la rsoouiaaaauwa t aiy friaada ssr lata aa-
aclaia la buaiaaaa, Mr. H- La a tec, ag ( nusHU
s v -y way wormy of uictr aoauauaa pu-otea.
fUfttt ti, la CW. MUA1X.
SIIELCT MEDICAL COLLEGE,
. Naslirille,' Tennessee.0 e
SESSION OF 1858-5 9.
rfHE FIRST REGULAR COVRSE OF LtXTtT.ES in
J. , this Institution will eommeuce aa Uosoxir, Uie
1st of Novutr-EK, ISM, and will continue to the 1st of
March ensuing.
Ths PtucuiuxaitY CM-RMt or Luntriw, free to all
students, will be given during the mouth of October.
' - - -; Faculty. '
THOMAS L. MADPIN. U. 1'-, Professor of Acatr.my
(Ivscriptive.Histidogical aud urjrical.)
JOHN KREI'EKICK MAV, M. D., Professor of Princi
ples and Ooeratiws of forgery.
DANIEL E. WKltiHT, X. D., Professor of I'byFioIr.gy
an l pathologv;
JOHN H. CAU.ENHER, M. D. , Professor of Materia
. Ucflk-a and Therapeutic.
RICHAIUl O. CX'RREY, M. D.. Professor of Medical
Chemistry and Medical Jurbiprodence.
E. B. ILAr'KINS, M. I)., Proiessor ofThPory and Prac
tice of Medicine.
JOHN P. FORM, M. P. Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children.
H. M. COMPTON, M. D. Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The City HiTrai is upon the premises of the Col
lege, and under control of the Faculty, at which ope
rations are performed, and cases prescribed for, and
Clinical Lecttirea oelivered.
Amount of fees for Lectures, $lft5 : Matriculation
fee, paid but once, 15 00 : Demonstrator's fee, re
quired but once, t'.O oO; Graduation fee $25 00.
Excellent Boarding can be obtained for 2 SO to
S4 00 per week.
For further dctuils, or announcements, apply to ;
JOHN P. FORD.M. D.,
Jyl7 Dean of the Faculty.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
I. Collegiate Department,
J. Oerrien Lixdslet, M D.,!).!)., Chancellor of the Uni
versit V and Professor of Chemistry aud Geology.
Col. B. A. JoBssoK.Supertnteiiileutof the Military Col
lege and Professor of Engineering.
3 auks F. lUmijo.t, A.M., Professor of Mathematics,
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy.
J. H. Stbwjrt, A M., Professor of Greek and Latin
languages and Literature.
F. L. J. Thtssiiks, A.M., Professor of French and
Drawing.
G. t. Kutcim, A.M.,M.D., Professor of Botany and
Natural History.
Kev. I. W. Hot, A. M..M.D., Professor of Mental and
Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
C. K. Wivston.M.D., Surgeon.
ri MIE First Term of be next Academic year com
JL mences on the COth of September, and the Sec
ond Term 14th of February.
Tuition. Boarding, Wwhing, Fuel, Rooms, Hervants'
attendauce, and Use of Arms, $100 per Term. Ma
triculation Fee $5 Students are required to furnish
their rooms, which can be done at a moderate charge,
hv rent or purchase. Engineering. French. Spanish,
German, Iirawing, Book keeping, and Fencing, each
$10 per Term of twenty weeks.
In the regular Collegiate Course, the ancient reputa
tion of the University for Scientific ami Classical
Scholarship will be maintained, and at the same time,
every facility afforded those who desire to pursue a
partial course. Besides the four regular College Class
es, there is also a Preparatory Class. Students under
14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, ai.d health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are piomoted.
For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
any member of the Faculty.
II. 3Ie1ic-al Department.
Seattle 11 1858-9.
rjiHE Seventh Annual Course of Lectures in this
Institution will commi nee on Monday, the 2d of
November next, aud continue ULtil the tirst of the
ensuing March.
Thomas II Jkmsimis, M.D., Professor of Anati my.
J Bckiiikx I jsiislei , M.D. , Prolestfor of Chemistry and
I'hurniacy.
C. K. Winki.is, M D., Professor of Materia Me iraand
Medical Jurisprudence.
A. H. Ht cH a xan. M I ., Professor of Surgical Anato
my and PhvsioloL'y.
Joiix M Wa-na.N, MD. , Professer of Obstetrics and
and the ldseases of Woman and Children.
Pai l F. Evk, M M., Professor of Principles and Prac
lice of Surgery.
W. K. ftiwuni, M.I)., professor of Institutes and
Practice of Medicine.
Wiiuah T. LtKM.iSH, M I., Adjunct Profesir and Ie
iiioustnitor of Anatomy.
The Anatomical Khuih will be opened for students
on the first Monday in Octolx-r, (the 5th).
A 1'rtliminary L'uurte of lectures, free to all Stu
dents, will be given by the Professors, commencing
also on the tirst Monday of IHMoher.
The Tennessee Slate Hospital, utid- r the direction
of the Faculty, is open to ill" Class free of charge.
A liuue has been established in connection with
the University. at which operations are performed and
cases prescribed lor aud lectured upon In the presence
of the class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures is $105; Matriculation
fee (paid once only) $5; Practical Anatomy $10; Grad
uation fee, $.'5.
Good boarding can be procured for $3 to $1 per
week. For further information or Catalogue apply to
W. K. HOWLING. M. n.,
jy23-2m lH-an of the Faculty.
Kamlusia Seminary.
THE next ten months' session of the above Insti
tution, situated on the Gallatin Turnpike, two
miles from Nashville, will commence on the 1st of
September, lfeoS, and continue to the 1st of July,
1S59. NAIII'L CIJOSS.
augll-datriwlm
Memphis Medical College
THE next regular session (being the eighth annual
course of lectures in this institution.) will com
mence on MONDAY, THE 1ST DAY Ol- NOVEMBER
NEXT The Anatomical Rooms will be open from the
15lh of October. The session will continue until the
1st of March. Medical students should be present at
the beginning of the session. Those desiring I urther
information, will address,
JOHN MII.I.INGTOV, M. D. ,
aug16-law3m Dean, at the College Building.
Minerva College, Tennessee,
FOR THE EDUCATION CF YOLNG LADIES,
Situated five miles East of Nashville.
THIS nourishing Institution will re-open on the first
Monday In September next, affording superior
educational facilities. Commodious additions having
been made to the buildings, an increased number of
pupils can be accommodated.
The situation is healthy and easy of acces, the
course of study thorough aud systematic, aud the
teachers ablo and exiericnced. Circulars, with terms
and other part.cuUrs can be obtained at the Book
store of W. T. Berry & Co. , Public Square; at McClure's
Music Store, on Union street, or by addressing the
Principal. S. E. JONES,
Minerva College, near Nashville, Tenn.
augO-til! Sept. 15lh.
COAL AND OIL LAMPS
Of e-ery Variety and Style.
11IAVE a sample ol COLUMBIAN COAL OIL, and
a few LA VllS, suitable f.,r burning it, on exhibi
tion at my old staud, LUCK'S CHINA HALL, and shall
very soon have a full, supply of both, to sell to all
who wish a cheap, the iheaasl, go-xl Light, and at
toe same time the safest, as it is impossible to t-xplode.
These Lamps are as easily managed as a common
Lamp, and is not complu-au-d give a steady, clear
light, at an expense not exceeding one rent an hour. I
invite special altnuliou to the Ixmpsand Oil, and any
purchaser cfiu have the privilege of returning the
Lamp, after a week's trial, if it dues not give entire
satisfaction. A. H. HICKS.
if Houstf-furnisliiug articles for sale as soon as
received. A. H. II.
auglt)-3w(Uw
MEMPHIS RACES.
mi.mi'uis cov.nsv..-
THE Racesover the wemphis Course will comnieno
on TL'E.SIAY. October IVlh, lsjS.and coolinn.
FIVE DAYS.
Filial I'AY, Ti (Ml, October 19 The. "Waihes
9takb." for three year ulds.t.UO entrance; a.'rtl d,r
feiu Miio heats; lUiie or noire t nil llie stake; tl,e
Ciub to add $.U0, provided the race Is run; to name
and close ou tiin 1st day of August, Security
will be renulred for the forfeit lu tne above stake.
Sana .'nr. Jockey Club Purse (uoO. Three mile
he its.
SECOND DAY, WrnxsMiar, Ctoher 20. Jockey
Club Purae IJOo. Mile hruU.tUrra 111 tlva.
M.I luv.weepuike tor two year olds; S'-Uu en
trance; (,'! foj felu ' Dash of a Ohle," Ihrea or more
to nil the aUkiwiow thru entruea. bueurity will Iw
reu.11. red for Uie forfeit.
IMIKD DAY, .UVBJIMV, Ora.her 2l-Tb 'H4Ki-a
StakB," Vf three year olds. 'Tw mile he. its; t.Sixi
entruuee; flUO lorleit, throe nr more tu fill the slake;
tu.' Club to add $jOO, provided the race IS run; t
name aud cIimm ou 1st day of August, Ir&a Secunt
win bo reinrod lor the lorleit.
FUCKTH DAY, Famat, October ri.J-key no
Purse tu. Two mile heats.
l il-"111 DAY, SaTt-Knar. October 23. Jockey Ou
iurse $l,0i 0. Four mile heats .
.- a f A Walk liver" the abova Courso eatitk-a I.
burw to the lull amount of Jockey Club purses.
Y'p AU ucirvs.ailii for leas evcarsd.tnuM b di
ractsd to
WJi: T. EOCNDTHEE, Pitnrnrr.ii,
je.lii-td . Uumphia Tenn
Atlantic Telegraph SucccssM'
IHr.H. 185S.
FALL TRADE,
N
i
ml
Xeiv York Uillincry Kmpoiiuni,
34 t slum hi., Maabvllle, Tatt. .
fll II S. DOYLE
RESPKCTTl'LLY aaaounar ta lb Lsdlea at Nash,
t lUa, Vaur uf Imsmhm, and a.ijotmag rtalea,
ul ! will receira la a lew day Irout -New lt
lb Uraal and atoat aiaguihccut Mucks at
French Pattern Donnct,
as well as Ua c he prat aver brought In tfaia city, la
pAi t aa follow s
It) Fail and w'mfv H-xiriet, all olrs,
1&0i Ladiea aad Mi s brow a and W hits Legbora
Uluonesra, aew aiylee;
tad Itoenwl.taocy ttiigfe, aUrebaaa, TUia aa4 Flow-
Hra4 Ivmmsi: it 1. i
lull la4M' lirtii U;a;
ligvj luitm exf lla r fftcji rtowers fgr fsrty sad
th Wa! appouruswaia; ' ' " -imm
Km u Wiuier bonnet R-bboris, s.w styles;
vvara ltiu, K4 mat oua. rad Ptusuea.
s Kmbroldrrlcs,
liarb Collar. Ma, Uaadkafxblrla.Setia, BaBdl,
aaar J", Waiata audCaoaa. A kr.a
lot "4 ataut r ru and Luraata. t Um Ciks ca? n
at puiar atM Furs Is gral quaatiif , ail W'S
war (.ma tb tt-Ksy ataaabuua -
IJ.M tiuiMtata iwaavalaU aa4 rctrtaaaaad Ml No,
I a. ' t i
agla tf MKS tVYLE.
'iH-AayrsR-
M. W J-B1LUPS.
B. C. BENSLKT.
L A IV IE II, PHILLIPS CO.
. Wholesale Grocers,
COM 321 S S I ON 31 E K C II ANTS,
. AND DEALERS IX ;
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Ko 39, Maiucrr Stbeet, v
NAS1IV1I.LE, TESSJSSEE.
WE are now in receipt of a large and choice as
sortment of . ,
1 Groceries and Liquors,
cornprisiug every article In our line, and to whicn we
would respectfully solicit the attention of the b ade
SUGARS. "
300 hhds La. Sugar; '
lOO bbls Bait. Crashed 155 bxs Havana dof
Sugar; 300 bbls Molasses;
60 bbls Powd. Sugar; ' 150 t do do;
Grandukiied do; 60 bbls Golden Syrup;
60 bxsD U Loaf do; ' 15 tierces Clarified Sugar
! Sundries.
680 bags Rio Coffee;-! 60 casks English Soda;
225 " Iaiguira Codec; 100 dozen Buckets;
50 " Pepper; 40 nests Tubs;
85 " Spice; 60 bxs "Hare's Extri"
15 - " - few Almonds; - - -- Tobacco;
15 bbls Pecans; , 75,000 ass't'd Ogarsv'extra
175 kills Mackerel; brands;
75casesTeas; 25 tiorces Kieefl
300 bxs Star Candles; 30 cases Pickles;
350 " Summer do; 60 Matches;
275 " UosUinSoap; 75 coils Lute Kope;
50 " Foxes' SUrch; 2 csks Iiutch Madder;
25 cases Sardines; 10 ceroons Indigo;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings; 12 bbls Alum, .
150 bales Cotto. Twine; &c.,ic.,4c.
Liquors. .
6 casks Malaga Wine; 200 cases St. Julian Clare e
15 S' Old Sherry 50 ' "Haut Tallen" d
10 i " Old Port Wine; "extra;"
2 yi " Madeira " 100 baskett Charrr)gne;
8 X Pipes Champagne 75 cases Champagne Cider;
Cognac extra; 60 - Brandies as't'd,
16 f pipes Otard, Dupuy 40 " Brandy Cherra s;
4 Co. , Cognac- . 150 bbls Country Whisky;
10 casks Jamaica Rum; 60 " Rectified do;
25 " Louisiana do; 300 pack gs lKm. Brandies,
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin; etc., etc.
LANIER, PH1I J.IPS CO.,
junelO. No 89 Market street.
A. C. CARTER. FELIX O. M'KAY. W. C. WTLSTORD.
CARTER, 31'KAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Auction and Co mm Ink I on, ICecetvins
and : oru ardius
MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN
Fine Brandies. Wines and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, Public Square,
IYASIIY1I.I.K, Xli.MMixSEE.
OUR business will bo continued under the samestyle
and tlrui as herepifore. Than kin I to our custom. ,
ers and friends, for their liberal patronage , we respect- '
fully solicit a continuation of the t-auie.
A. C. OARTF-R, '
1KUX G. M'KAY, .
Jan 25 tf W. C. WHFOKD.
"XT7E have been apiMiiuted sole AKents of Nashville
for the sale of James Thomas' jr., (of Richmond
Va. ,) Celebrated Tobacco.
Just received 'J(H) boxes of the following brands, viz:
JEWEL )F U1H1K.
liLLY TW K-T,
CIIKU.V,
MA TAR LEAF,
BL'ITEK OF SPONGE CAKE,
which we will sell at the Manuf.icturers' prices for
Cash. CAitTtK, M'KAY k CO.
febl4 tf
Salmon Tiont.
fft BDIA SALMON TKoCT; l'O half bbls. Salra
Ov on Trout, just received, direct from Lake Su
jierior, caught w ithin Uie lal ninety oavs.for sale by
jy21-lf CAHT'Ut, Mci-AY Jk CO.
Fresli 3Iackerel.
4 f f WHUIJ; and half barrels new Mackerel, put
AlJU up tins season, just received direct from
Boston, for sale by
augl8-tr CARTER, M'KAY & CO.
Baltimore Coffee.
K fr BAGS Prime Baltimore Coffee jupt receivep
eJUU CAHTEK, M'KAY & CO
mar6-tf
KOEL & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers
Aud Dealer iu
Aasliville, Tenn.
sugars.
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- bxs. Havana Sugar;
gar; 'J5 bbls. Loaf Sugar:
10 hhds clarified Sugar; 10 " powdered fcugar;
Co fl ee.
300 bags Rio Coffee; 75 bags Iguyra Coffee;
100 bags Java CV-libe;
Liquors.
; 00 bbls. Pike's Wbiskv 40 do. Fine Brandies;
30 j Dean's do; 75 bbls. American Brauay;
50 " Wilshire do; 10 " MuUga Wine;
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 " Gin;
75 bbls & S bbls Cherry 50 " Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy; 60 boxes St. John's Claret ,
15 barrels superior Port Wine;
Wine; 75 baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Chauipague Cl-
50 bbls. pure Rye do; der4
30 do. Mouongaliela do;
Tobacco.
25 boxes E.S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack Falstafl
bacco, Tobacco
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Com'. Tobacco;
Tobacco; 15 " Industry Tobacco;
Cigar.
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,000 Jenny Lind Cigrs;
6,000 Josephine Cigars; 30,000 liiaiids, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market prices
the following articles of couutry produce.
Pea Nuts, Lard, Cotton Yarns,
Feathers, Tallow, Flour,
Beeswax, White Beans, Meal,
Giuseiig, Peas, Chewing Tobacco
Flax Seed, Eggs, Peach Brandy,
Wheat, Butter, Apple Brandy,
Kye, Bags, Pink Hoot,
Oats, Tar, Copt-rage,
Corn, Hav, " Orchard Grass Seed,
MillettSeed, Heinp, Blue (.rata "
lried Peaches, Bacging, Timothy "
I Tied Apples, .--hope. Herd's Grass "
Waul, - l'low Lines, Hemp
Bacon, Bed Cords, Oukms,
Potatoes, Ax., ic, &c.
Country dealers aud farmers navmg any of the above
for sale will do w'J to call on us when they visit the
city. June 20 If
O. B4HKM.
W. O. BAKhlS.
1. s. Harris.
HARRIS & CO.,
Auction aud Comniisioa Merchants
AND
Wholesale Grocers.
Office at W. II. GORDON i fo.'s Warehouse,
NO. 49 MAKKLT ST..
lVasliville, Tennessee.
KIHKPATKICK, iEVIS & CO.,
Eeceiring, Forwarding and Wholesale
Grocery Merchants,
3Iurket street, IVasliville, Tenn
HAVE now In store a large aud coinpletoasaorUuen
of tin-cieriea embracing
New Orleana Sagars, all grades; -
Molasses, ln barrels and half barrels;
Co flee, a Urge aud complete stock; '
Eaisins, a full itoi-k, with
Teas, Candles, $iardlne, (ilaisware
-"' ' aaaorled. I'eeana, .laekerel;
Together with alt kind of arUcaia usually kept in t
Urocery line. Oursux-kof
llrandlea, Uinta, Wblaky, At..
Wetlunk cannot be aoriwaee I In thiaor any rdbe
market. To .r heavy stock of goods now In store w
invite the attention of the trade.
(nar'JO-U K1RKPATKICK, SEVIXS k CO.
". ' Notice of Dissolution
THE urm of AIJJSHX, ANDKRSON S: CO., mm
powd of And Alli, T. Anderson and W. II
K'lnaban, was by mutual consent diwlvl on the
Ul day of Juee, by tne retiring of Mr. M'Lauali-a
frHi ihe firnt. And. AlliMia aoi T. Aaduraou ara
al ius aiU:oriaet to w in I up the buaines of the old
ttrai. Those Indebted to the late nrm are requested
lo make payment without delay, and thMnavin(
caiias afaluat tba same will paet them for pay
menu AAJJ30N, AXDfcRdOJi CU. , '
Having porekaaetf Mr. litanahaa's interest to th
foods, w. have taken lu aa partners lu aur bnwneee
kgon A. Allison and John B. Johnson. We shall coo
tmua al otr old stand, where we will b (ilaae4 U
tuea-t oar old friends and merchant generally. .
being an 3. 10 as to cut flown our iresent stock as low
aa possible, preiratiry tu our fail purchase, w wul
orfiirindurerueuu In pncee tn those w tshuif to repleu
isa their stork. We shall be glad at all t.mrs u r.
ceive their orders, and will do our best to fill thent
Sausfaetmily .
. JsneU AUJWff.AXPERsOX k CO.
gi:t tiik inzsT. "
THE GtNXLVC AMBKtTYPE lio Premium PVlure
la beyubd couijiaj mm the tH-'l t i of liaeaees
yet lalrodoced.aud stauu waiioui a nsaJ:
T.ma caui4 ttumm Utcrn,
j ', IJgbl cannot fa-la them,
WtupiMM ranuos mould thvm,
Iiust caa saver rearh (beta,
karteaaawl eorrod. Ihem.
Made aa herevure by LAKCTMBE, Coraer of Cherry
and Cakm 6traets,aa4 put up m tip-top style at Laa
era prawa.
tiir Wada at ao outer raotns m Xaah villa
. sciuns om omt oint
THE remainder of the stock of Rick Pans Hoanets
and JaiUiaery trawls, at lh New Vara Emaorhtm,
wul s sold wiUim Uua sauoth at a great aavnsea
WMbubt rwgaH tu ar aay MAav eottu4.ru-w
a-tcnaae tooaey takes at SO casta ea Um dailar
, jueelt v
COAL! COAL!!
IQAAA BLnrX8 ftipew Ob tUTer Coal ts
IOUUU attha Caal-Yar oa CnUa Strse, e4
?mrt M. a E- F. Cfe.ataan'a Warebnuaa, erftaif
awrMid aaS tlaed, at ta saats war saabst,
Appiy M tas Cud Yar4.
ajcetf - - a. I. JUTS
I . , . ' - '
CHrRlS IMitKMHI,
' Katkrille, Jen
Lebanon lnm.
P. & C. ANDERSON,
WHOLaaiB grocbw, rmorcs in -
COMMISSION ME RCI1 A1VT S
"" ' :' ' A!VD VZAVCfst JX
Brandies, Yines. Whisky, &c.,
- . ALSO..
Dealer in Karon, Lard and Country
, - frodnre, or every description,
. . ; . A'. 45 and 47 tbH Street, -
' NASIIVII.E.E, TESSESSEE. -
WE HAVE now In Ftore, and ofTer for sale cheap,
the following choice and select articles:
5,000 sacks fine Salt: ' ' 200 bags Coffee;
3 0110 " coaifedo.; 60 hhds. Sucar.from fine
ljooO keps Nails, aMorted ; ' i-tochoice;
300 bags Cotum Yarns, 100 doz. Painted Bnckets;
assorted; 50 " Cedar .do; ,
600 bbls. rect'd Whisky; 25 Berts Tubs;
50 " Rye . , do; 300 Detrnjohns, assorted;
60 " Bourbon do; 25 bbls. Loaf, Crushed k
60 " MoDontfelmla 4o; Powdered Supar;
25 " Sweet Wine; 300 reams Wrapping Pa
. 10 tf pipes nne Brandies; per, assorted sires; .
25 bbls. liin; , lioO boxes Glassware, as-
15 ' Bum; sorted;
100,000 G pars, assorted, ' 60 doz. Washboards;
300,000 . D. Ca; 5 bags Spice; '
50 bxs. -Tobacco, a.svd; 10 " Pepper;
250 " Prescott's xp;
20 " Ginger:
200 bags Miot, assonea;
6,000 lbs. Bar Lead;
6 bbls. Blacking;
10 cases Watches;
5 ceroons Indiro-
100 raaks English Soda;
5 bbls. Briiuxione;
5 " Alum;
2 casks Madder;
And every other article in the Grocery line, wbicb
sre offered at extremely low prices.- -
P. & C. ANDERSON,
Oct 17. Kcs. 45 and 47 College Street.
Flour! Flour! Flourf
KA BAGS Extra Family Flour White Wheal
(JUU manufactured at the old Lebauon Mills, for
sale by V. k C. AXI ERSO.V,
Xos 45-7, South College street.
Cash for Dry and Green Hides. .
WE will pay the IIichkst Makkct Prick iv Cash, for
Dry and Green Hides, delivered at our Grocery
Store, No. 3, Broad street.
We trust persons having Hides to sell will call on o
before disposing of them elsewhere.
V. C. ANDERSON
EXTRA FLOUll.
inn ft BARRELS EXTRA FLOUR, in s.'ore and
XKJVJKJ
fur sale by
je8-tf.
P k C. ANDERSON
Linseed Oils
50
BIX. Linseed Oil, on band and for sale bv
P. & C. AXDEiyoN,
N08. 45-7, South College street
200
BAGS Extra Family Flour from Beard's Mills
Wilson county, Tenn., for sale bv
P. kC ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street
White Lead.
1000 KBf'S pUr W hite Le"d iD Store and for
sale by ANDERSON,
Nos. 35-7, South College street
SALT lOU SATai:.
IT'lVE thousand Sai ks of Salt in store, by V. k C
Amikrws, No. 3 Broad street, which will be sold
for Free Bank money.
jeS-tf.
Qftft RA(::' f'-trn White Wheat Family Flour, from
t)UU Black Jack Mills, Robertson county , Tenn.
for sale by P. & C. ANDERSON,
Nor. 45-7, South College Street.
1 asli for Dry and Green Hitles.
t TE will pay the hu-'hst market price in cash, for
V Dry and Green Hides, delivered at our Grocery
Store, No. 3 Broad Street
We trust persons having Hides to sell will call on ca
before di-Mir,ui ol Uii-ui elsewhere.
janiS tf " C. ANDERSON
IVaeou.
I7IFTY THOUSAND POUNDS Clear Sides wanted by
P. k C. ANDERSON,
je25-tf Nos. 45 and 47 S. College St.
V lir at.
fNE HUNDRED THOUSAND Bushels new WHEAT
V7 win ted by P. & C. ANDERSON,
je25-tf Nos. 45 and 47 S. College st.
Onn BAC:? Extra Family Flour, from liuU.n Mills
JJ Smith county leun., for sale liv
P. & C. ANDERSON.
Nos 45-7, South College street.
fX n ft BUSHELS Seed Outs for sale h v
UUlJ P. k C. ANDERSON.
tnar'26 No. 4ft A- 47. College Sireet
Wheat and Rye Wanted
l ' II EAT and KYE wanted by P. ft C. A
their Warehouse. No 3 Broad street
noerson at
CHEAP SO EE- LEA T 1 1 ER .
X ha e in store and for sale, a heavy lot of excel
lent Oak-Tanned Sole-Lecther at 25 cents per pound.
Call soon if you wish bargains in an v kind of leather
P. C. ANDERSON,
Nob. 45 and 47 College Street,
Janl2-tf a few doors from Broad.
W. II. GORDON & CO.,
Forwarding nnd Commission .Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
TVaabvlIle, Xenn.
WHISKY, &c.
In ft n BARRELS J ulms H. Smith's Whisky ;
jlUU 600 barrels Chenoweth's do;
600 barrels Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
'250 boxes hue Brandies, 1 dozen each. Iu store
and for sale by W. H. GORDON & CO.
Scales ! Scales ! !
A FULL stock ol Fan bank's celebrated Scales, Dor
il mailt, Platform, Grocers, Counter and Beams.
Also, Hay and Coal Scah-s, ln store, for sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. H. GOKllON & (JO.,
tan'JU Sole Agents for Middle Teuuessee.
Sugar.
X Q HHDS. Common, lair, Prime and Choice Lou
4l0 isiana Sugar;
100 barrels crushed Sugar;
1-J5 " Loar Sugar;
60 " Clarified Sugar;
-60 boxes while Havana Sugar; in store and for
sale by w. h. GORDON & ;o.
Star Candles.
inn WHDLE boxes Werk Cos Star Candles;
IUU 2oo half boxes Werk & Co s " "
200 quarter boxes " 44
'200 boxes Madison Starch;
1,000 " PrescoU k Cos No. land extra Soap;
n store aud for sale by W. H. GORDON at Co.
Nails.
O nnn KEGS Shoenberger s Nails, all sixes;
.uUU loo kegs flour barrel nails;
100 " finishing "
100 44 feuciug "
60 44 4, 6, and inch Spikes; in store
and for sale by
W. IL GORDON k CO.
Cotton Manufacturers' Agency.
WE are Side Agents for the sale of Ihe Fabrics of
the
Richland Manufacturing Company , Pulaski, Tenn.
Sparta do do Sparta, "
Sumner do do Gallatiu, 44
Franklin Factory, Franklin, 44
Laurel Hilt do Henry viile,
R.ickilale l0 Mt. Pleanaut, 44
Shoal Mills, Lawreucebuig,'4
Crescent do do 14
Crowson do do 44
Hojie - do do 44
Piuewood do Pinewiod 44
. And have always on hand a full sun k of Sheetings,
Osuaburg, Drillings, Bagging, Coitou Yarns aud Bon
us', which we nllw lo the wbolt-Kale tradeouly in lot
ol not less than 5 bales Sbeeluigg; ft bales Osuaburgs;
2a bays Cottou Varna, Ac, Ac.
Naahville, Mars. W. II. GORDON k CO.
Wool! Wool!! "
t"tTE wast 3o,"UO lbs. ClEas a-hkd Wool, for
V wha-b we will pay caah. We want it W make
Jeans and LinM'.
num. W II. GORDON A CO.
Ianrrnrebur; louef.
1TTE ara takum laiwreaii-burg Bans Notes at par
I iu 'pay meut 4' all accounts due us and fur auy
rttde wvhave lor ale,
,lobi-tr W. II. GORDON k O).
Osnabiircs ami Sheet inujs.
inn lL- J' and 4-4 Oe.uthurys;
IUU 10 bales .4 inch Baiin;
10 Uaiea 7 tt Drillings-,
50 Pparta, laui el 11 ill and Stunner Sheetings;
l,0o0 bags Cottou Yarns, all numbers; lu sture aud
for sale by W. H. GORiaJ.N to., .
(au2V Agents for Tenuew.ee Manul'a.larer
Uemovcd
rpo U. T. VEATMAN'r. Warenoue, No. 45 Market
J. atreeL ,v .'.; U ClCKtY.
jjVU-lf ' '
rialailn TUrolicr?
f Land and for sale by
D. D. IrtCKET.
45 Market nr.
,y2o-tf
sas
CORN.
juamU ' . u"jr- v p. DICKEY
Sundries.
Q BrNDLES Window Saah; . '
lO 00 svu Wagon Boxes;
i boxes K, vets -j..
krgs Waaers,
SO boxes Wiudow Glass; .
17 bars Iron;
Wfl bundles lrt ;
' Just received and for salt tf
D. P. DICKZT,
reals If No. S.CulK-ce street
Wheelbarrow.
WU ETLB A RKO W a laat rccivl and for sale by
feblS D D. DICK IT
10
1 tail road Scrapers.
RALUtoAl' brrapers uat rvuiVu aad for sals
by (febIS) l. D Mi 'KEY
10
Roller Rivet.
20
KEGS' Buuer Hitei icvcitrd astd for Sals)
-iW by (frbis) U Ik lH afcT
llvdrunt Hose,
o
X aaad aad fur aai fcy
Kapt. 2S. ' p. n. nu-aai.
HlfKKTK.
InA DOZEN BU.ak.TS ju-t rrered sn k? sale y
st
IUU ayrio tf a. a s " f',
K(lf FEaTt aaaortea -Uaai.s Ba4 aad
DUUUfaa.lby (suiiAJ U. U IdCAAlf
HAILUOIO IFIKKS.
np HE asderatfacd a the auUsuwaed ary f
k JL saja mm rursar, ua w - - -
said to sU
so sw ths baas aad cbapw4 acJa.es aw M naa A
SaiTly
1.1 va t. ssaT
- D. V. litCK.1T.
Cellos buw, XbviiW.
aprlu-tf
Iiue i-uuiber,
ryrt AHA rt-Ef Wvr4 Wbtla Has nartet
i tI,JWU jarH44MIuir
41 I - - ,.;
"IXT'E have Oik day dd tn FISHKP; WHFI.ESSt
t f Co., our entire stock of Gro.-er!. aud the bus
iness hereafter wilt be conducted by them.
YJJt . - ; . J. T. MARTIN & CO. :
"TX7E have this day asdociatod with us in business.
1 Mr. J. T. MARTIN.
J1 FISHER, WHEI.ESS 4 CO.
FISIICR, UIIEI.KSS & CO.,
CEUCERS, CEMEAL C0M.TI1SS1CN
axd
Forwarding Merchants
dealeks nr
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally,
Corner of Kaftet and Broad its.,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
jyi-tf
AIJCX. WUXlAMBtW. JEW FIB.H. ARCIIKE CHKATHA
WILLIAMSOiV & CHEATHAM,
, IMPORTKKd or
Brandies, Mines and Liquor ,
AND DEAIJRl IX
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
. XO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
NASHVILLE, TESSESSEE.
THE undersigned would inform their friends and
the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the firm aud style of
IV IX 11 AITI SON fc CHEATHAM.
for the transaction of a wholesale Liquor and Wine.
iiavnna .igars ana looacco Business. Having deter,
mined to keep nothing in their line, except articles ol
the pi'remt am. warr oi autv. and bv eivinc oroin-r i
ten lion to business, they respectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
ALEX. WILLIAMSON,
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
On Consignment.
BBLS- J- H- Smith's Old Reserve Whisky;
fvUU 100 bbis.weet Malaga Wine:
160 eight casks Fi elicit Otard, Dupuy k Co. Brandy -25
bbls. Cherry Bounce; '
2(0 boxes Cognac Brandy;
V6 iloren liters;
15 boxes Old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies;
SU bbls American Brandy;
For sale in lots to suit the TrSde.
DILLON CO.,
Auction and CommU-sion Merchants,
jy20-tf No. 15 College street.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO.
VTE are rereivine in Store and Iter for ssile
VV 50 bxaMultz'n 1 A A: 3 I Tobareo.
This iotia.eo haa reputation uuturpaM.-d by any
manufactured in Virginia.
A 1. S O
6000 Rio nondo 8-;ars fin-ct importation;
3otai Londres do. do. do.
20 basket "Mum" Champagne; '
10J quarter cheats Super Young Hyson Ta;
3 casks Marett Uranily iuiorU-d iu IbiL
12 quart'-r cafks pure old i'orl;
200 boxes French Biaudy.
DILLON k CO ,
jySO-tf No. lh College street.
RE310VAE.
DELISER has removed bis Hock of Liquors,
V . Cigars, Tot ceo, Ac. to No. 6 North College st ,
st the old stand id Mr. D D. Dickey, where he will be
pleased to see his friends and customers. fj 1G
A CARD.
HAMVO sold our entire business to Mr. Al-ar.di j
lielisser, we with in this manner to return .!
sincere thanks to our friends and customers lor ;e
liberal patronage hitherto bestowed ou us, and lo so
licit for our s jrceps-'r a coiitiiiuata n of the tame.
All debts due to our late firm will be collected b
Mr. Delisser or his authorized Agent, who u alou.
eniiMiwered to settle the tame,
jea LYONS a CO.
ALEXANDRE DELISSER
Sl'CCE-SOK To LYO.NS A Co. ,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Foreign Wines, Liquors, &e., &c.
5 North College Street 5
! . S 1 1 V 1 1. 1. E, 'J'E . . E M ; E.
IWIIX keep ronsbintlv on hand a lame assortment
of Foreign Bran-lies, Wines, Gin, Whi'-ky and l i
quors of all kinds. Havana Cigars, Mnoking and
Chewing Tobacco, wiih ail goods aiUH-rtainina to n:v
line of business, w Inch I idler to the trade and the
public generally on the m- si ad vaiitageous terms, and
hope b energy and prompt attention to business to
obtain a lull share or the liberal patronage bestowed
on my predecessor.
ALEXANDRE DEIXS.-ER,
je23-tf 71 Public .Siuare. Nashville, Tenn.
JUST RECEIVED!
6)f BASKETS "Crnnpf Champaign;
J 1" cases Sparkling Hock;
10 44 44 Moselle;
10 44 Ptill Catawba;
60 44 Dickl -s, assorted;
20 41 Spiced Oysters;
10 44 Fresh Pine Apple, superior article;
60 44 Pcheldam Schnapps, pts. and qls.;
60 44 London Cordial Oin, Booth k Sedg
wick's. AIMO ox B D,
A supply of the well known Medicated Brandy, an
article unsurpassed for the cure of Diarrliuea, Dysen
tery and other Summer Complaints. Also, a full as
sortment of Liquors, Ac.
A. DELIFR
Jy2-tf No. 6 College Sireet
C ONFECTIONERIES
J. G. ROBERTSON,
11 road way, .Nashville,
HAS jusl received 60 boxes Cream Cheese;
25 boxes English lntiry 44
60 44 Western Reserve 44
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
6 44 Cranberries, 44
15 44 Oranges, in good order;
6 44 lemons, 44 44
A few more New York Ale Tumps left, and will b
sold cheap by J. O. RuHF-HTSON,
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner,
)an?5 Broadway , Nashville
"choice la rd7
riT vr unmr ron
FAMILY LSK,
roa HAU ST
WOODS . CO.,
aprld-tf
MAKKLT fT.t NASHVILLE.
LARD OIL,
Of the Heat Qualllf,
Manufactured and for tale, low, by
WOODS &. CO.,
aprlS-t MARKET iT.. NASIINTLLE.
V. li. CUllsllS 4 COS4
PATENT
Elastic Fire aud Water Proof
CEMENT ROOFING.
THE undersigned purchuaed the Stale Right for
Tenuesaee of the above (ulcul about una year
ago and has since Introduced it exW-uive!y lu various
portions ot the Male, asks now the alleultua ul budi
ers, aud the public gonorall v, tu ekaiuius it superior
ity over other Modes of Kooiing.
The uiab'rial lorma a hard aud smooth surface. It
is luiervious lo water, eUtic aud Uexihle; it will
peril-. Uy rental any or-Unary exposure lo Ore; it IS
cheaper than any rif of the old style, and I am Sure
It wiU give leU-rat.sla:tiiO;aaUiiUdurabd!ty Uo-ro
la no qarstios. D s the beat thing ever invented for
paibliug id old Iraki tin roofs.
MM' 'he Cement will be furbished to lho st a dia
tance with dtri-cl.ons tr uoiug.
CjL'N1Y KK.HTS trOK5ALE-
Sa OnMr ! ' the uaderaicaed, thrmijh the
Fbat otU e will be promitly allunued to.
I wuUJ reecUuily rfir s loo fuilwiiif gentle
men toy w hom 1 have covered butidu.gs a an the Ca
meet, and many oiLers-whose nam- are not bare
meationed.
AJUHITW-rS A"0 MASTUI MHCSAXIO Of SAMIVILIS.
Maj. A. HUMAN,
krMTl. Hlt.liE SMITH,
COLEMAN a zrxlS,
VII. PTt-'a.El-L,
x Mr. II. M. AKkJiOVD.
WARREN k MiaiKE, . ,
liulcll k McCLLLol'CH,
J K. McCANN.
Col. II I. ANDr-RN, Sup'l N. k C. KJ Co.,
: Kev. C t. rJJJOTT,
, D. F. WILKIN, ' r
R. J. MUtiS, '.'':. : f - i .
; ENoni k-SLfcV.
' LAtoHlEK ft HEIUUFOKa,'
W. U. rHAl-ARD,
J N. w ILLAKD,
A. V. K UNlflXT,
Can. WA-H. BArUtoW; -
W. H- tiOKIMjN kCU.i ' -'
i
JAd. U. fcENDKI K,
Kvur F. o. SM I1H. Columbia. . : ,
Maj. A. J. IN'ti'N, Davnaon CCOtU
Cut. A. J. H'Lk, Maury county,
f). Xba Naabvule A CttaUacoofa Railroad C a
ay ui adpiad this Cutawil lor UM eavarmf of Ummt
ears aad oUvr work.
f tertiOcaua and twtluoaiala front CUKiaaaU
tati ani hare, w Sere that.aieiit Uaa buna u mrml
aae lor several years, ran be CAhisnteO.
The aiMtaraainad haa bsa easacea la rarwva saases
of Li ami. I rwuiuig for luaay ) aad kAUers hiiuaeU
that ba baa ganuti Kua alnrbCS atxl JioW SMla'v
dur i( tual biM-
I aava soade arraas-aieats lo rev a aipivw
llupwrtod arucle vt tCe-lin I all lrou AJatatoa !-
raaa. New York,
wulfduarf lAaoOsf Vu be h at ojLro.
J. t. AlUKST,
Odka Na. li D-.:aX Ar-ct,
, saayli ti (taMiMixa. laam.
Shelton's Marble Works!
Ctiajvii street, aril Sour ta Cursebus s CabswK sbos
Jsaslssllle, Teas.
rpiiK snderaisite4 wmuM UdutBi bs fiasaoa
Uaae the MAKIUA litalNs nUowewy.a
tue ahofi, aexl tUvc b Creehua's Caaaa
aiwii, oa Church ana taaia ataauu to
Uvs stock uf .
larblsi 7tnttunta, TaoiIm, etc.,
fhKb aa has ea exhitrooa at t aala, saikraciBi s
crsat variety , sutLhad ta Its Sttuat sairb saaaaef.
lie M prwpwed la saaawfarture ea cm aaortoas auULa,
Msrbls .Tlastlsls and every owenr U
Nsrsle Work, U ta. saok Aari 4 lul.
m aiartjl, U vrs will, aa bwAKun, ba tsar.
raoA4, aaA t u tut U) n Ute bowa.
- aaltf Si- U mXVtiS.
Cheaper than ever for fash ! !
SPRING AND SUM3IER
BOOTS, SHOES. HATS, AND CAPS,
rrcsb-Arrivals.'
B. R. CUTTER,
No. S6& 59 Corner of College and Broadway,
XASIIV1EEE, TE.W,
"HAS received hi stork of TOOT? .
C Jf I SHOES. HATS, and TRCNKP, for thesffW l
f 11 Pl'nniraad Ktimraer trade, consiUui! Pt .
V- in rtrt as f llown, vil : T iiL
For En dies, Misses and Children.
Ladies Une Kid and Morocco Bootees, Ihin and thick
Side, with heels;
" Bnekidand 44 " plain and trimmed;
44 IartuiK Gaiters, side and front laced,
with heels,
i . . u Conirress 44
... " . " kiJ " Buskius and Front Tiea; ,,. -Misses
fine Kid and Morocco Slippers and Bootees: '
44 and children' I.-utiiiir C.aitrs and 44 -
Childrens' tine Kid aud Morocco thick and pump sole;
44 Fancy 44 44 Boots and Slippers;
Womens' exua sise Kid Boots. Buskins, kc.
" " 44 Morocco B'ts and Boptius
Servants' heavy Cair, Kip and Morocco, extra "
Eor Gents and Roys.
Gents' Bne Peeped and laced Boots;
" " 44 0era 44
" " 44 patent kid and buck -skin Congress
Caitors;
" " " " kid and 44 Oxford Ties;
" 44 Broad strap Shoes, pump and well;
For sale by B. R. CITTER,
No. 3(5 and 89, cor. College and Troidwav,
m4tr 13 Nashville, Tenn.
LEATHER RELTEVG.
3l")nfJ FEET on hand, of all s:sea, from two to
JVJJ twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Lace Leather; to all of which I invite the at
tention of all planters and niachinest to the above
articles, which will bo sold on the best terms lor cash,
at Nog. 36 and 5, corner of Broadway and College
streets.
mar 13
B. R. CUTTER
Gent' Shoes &n i Gaiters.
GENTIJ-.MEN will find a good assortment of FINE
MIOES. and GAITERS, of U ,very beat quality,
aud at low price s, at the Store uf
JOHN RAM AGE.
J.v 2 tf 42 College Street.
Trcsli Arrivals.
SNYDER &. PKIZZELL
ARE now oH-ninjr a choice aud well selected stock
or BOOTS and i-HoES, suitable to the season, and
at prices lo corretoud with ihe limes. Consisting in
art of
Oei.ts floe CalfB'Mits and Gaiters;
do Talent Leather Gaiters, Oxford Ties;
do Calf Oxford Ties and Lasting do;
do Cloih and Lastiui; Gaiters;
do Call ami Patent Leather Slrap Shoes.
Iadu-s Gaiters, plain, with and without heels;
do Slippers, do do
do Fine Toilet Slippers;
do Fuie While Kid and Satin Slippers;
do do do Gaiters;
do Kid Husklti.., with and without heels
Mir-ees'Ga, tors aud s-1i!kt, with and without heels
to Kid Roots, with and without heels;
Children's Mioes of every vare-ty:
Hoys' and Youths' Mioes o! every variety.
Ol the above we have oui-tluin ery nice for MAY
DAY. Ali-o Servant' Mioes and I'eeued Work of all
kiuus Cati at No. '.I i'uhlio Mpiare.
b.N YI FR A- FRIZ7F.I.L,
aprilKO 21 ruble Square.
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
JUST RECK1VE1)
LADIES One lirown Italian Cloth Cong, heel Gaiters.
44 44 44 44 44 Button 44
44 44 Black " 44 44 44
44 " Kid Slippers handsome tr.nimincs.
44 44 Kid Caileis, with and without heels.
44 44 Side 1-ice heel Ciaiti rs.
i n . ,,iaia
44 44 Congress Gaiters.
At No. 21 Public Square.
je2f-tf PNYDER k FRIZZELL.
Fine Coots, Shoes aud Gaiters
k ElV A W 1 V A 1 aS .
JOHN RA3IAGE,
"So. 42 lollec Mret'l, Aualivllle,
TS now receiving a l.n i;e uud excellent t-Uck nf la
X dies' aud Gent s Wear, aud lor Mii-Si-s, D) s uud
Cliuuien.
Gent Calf SllUlu d and I'liinp S.le Bootii;
44 French 1'aU'nl Leather uikI Call Cou. Gaiters.
44 44 44 lull' New Top 44
44 Black Cioth and Pruuella 44
14 Eniii'li La.-l.ng ai d C.lt Kid Tws;
44 Ku'-kykin N (iihniis 44
44 Call Lnjl.i-U fi.utn-d now n Pump Shoes;
44 ljiling, Uxlord and Drofc Slows,
44 Calf, Kid and boot Morocco Oxiurds;
44 Call Union half Gaiters.
I or I. ad lea.
Ladies French Idling Coni,'iess Gaiters, with and
without heels;
Ladies Kid Congress Boots, do do do do;
44 Italian t loth lace liaiters, do do do;
44 French Kid Slippers trimmed, do do;
44 White Saliu and Kid do do do;
44 Flue Lulling Buskins;
Mioses Kid ttools. with and without beels;
44 Black aud Bioa u lia.lers, do do do do;
44 Black Kid aud Bronzed Sli, do do do;
44 Lasting la-UTS, plaiu and tiM-d, do do do;
Children's Kid and Bronzed lull Mippeis;
44 Black aud colored Lasting liaiters;
Boy 'f and Youth's Oxtord Ties; Congress oaiters; Fat
enl Leather aud Call Dress tboe; l-miing Tie. Ax.
mayJV- JuriN RAM AGE
a visx uv;iuai v i: .
LAMES French extra s:xod Dress Trunks;
44 Medium Tiay 1'ackiiig
44 Boiim-l Hoses, with and without Trays;
And an assortment of Travelliue Bags.
JullS KAM AGE,
augl7 Cdl. ge street.
T r u i: x iws i ti1jX lvs !
ADDITION A la SUPPLIES.
LADIES Mde 1-allier Covered Trunks;
44 French iTesa Trunks, large sizes;
44 Flat aud Round lop Tray Trunks;
44 Traveling Saw hula.
Gent's No. 1 English Side lxialher Trunks;
44 Russet and Iron Frame do;
- 44 Sole Leather Buggy do;
44 Ashland .--ole Leather Valises;
44 Traveling Bags, Ac, Ac., Ax.;
Just received aud for sale very low for Cash, at No,
4i College sireet, by
je&-l JOHN RAM AG K.
Fresh Arrivals. .
BKADSimV & RUTLAND
1 TAVE lunt received a fresh stock of BOOTS AND
11 SMioLr- for the Spring and bummar trade, which
will be auiu at Low I'iucim.
Fur Ladles.
ladies Last. Coi . k Laced Gaiters, with and without
beels;
Ladies Kid Coug. At laced Kid Boots, do. do.;
44 44 s'lippeis, do. do. ;
44 White Kid and Satin Sifters ;
44 Embroidered, broi.Be and Velvet Slippers.
NUses aud t lillUreu.
Misses Kid and G. Uuuu, w lh and wunout heels;
44 Iautt Gaiters ' 44 44
44 Kid 8liprs; 44 44 44
Child. 44
llo) a.
Boys Fine Calf sewe l and peg'd Boots;
44 44 44 44 Oiiutu Ties; aud other articles
for boys aud youths wear.
I'or .iit.
Genu Extra Calf Puuii aitit sOt-t.rt '.';
4 foore. Gailrs,
.. 4 - 44 Otf .rl lk;
. . 4 Pat. Lcalher 1'uiup Congress Gaiiors;
44 44 Call 44 ' "
44 44 pal Leallw-r Oxurd Tk, '
Cloth CM'j. i.aXora aua Ufl !., and C-lf Paleet
Leather Strap bOorsvl all i- loos ,su.Lil"ie lor the Spruif
and Summer trade. C.I at No. .Hi, I'nloa strvet.
Buy U-U tuCADtUAW A Kl TLAND.
Sole Leather Trunks and Valicese
LADIES So. 1, SoJ Leather Tranks;
44 44 44 aud Kip Bonnet Boxes;
LaUtee Pi kli.g Trusks; . 4 4
Genu ole Lealhr Truuks;
44 KtuM-tt aud Iroa l-rame Trnnks;
All ef Ua;U will be aohl at vry low iinrae by
IkKAlC-liAW k KlllJt
SI)
mavll-U
No. I ui -o unwt
COOKS AD STATIO.XEUY.
w
E invite Uie aifc-auou uf Mervliaate and Traders
generatly to our large stuck uf
School Dooks and Stationery,
rAT WHOLESALZ A5D BET AIL,
At prices elucfc cannot tad Ut jdraa. Our slock of
Wlscclluneuus lluoU
Is also large, and we ai aeli at tasr fm8lty
low rnM to 1 110.. Ihi bur i acti A 1 ' I v
gam. -
TeacaerS would so wail ta examine
eir svva. Wa wiii awa. stuctai arrangewetils ta ssf
lily ScUia--
' - rm-ENSfN k ETAN8, Areata.
AS SV 1 saat r-anc l near. ..Kavdje)
Prcparaturr Departtuent
FRANKLIN COLLEGE,
Fis KAi East ol K as villa, Tsca.
f IHK I'KfN' IfAl. "fc-ss e to call lh l ataa f
1. tu. ca.ei- t h1ii1.hiI .ux If , l- Um aS
vaaic-s vt lUm eU! , f-r tue suwsi.surwl, aad
larrary eitture of yaath.
la aaAaiC aatruasr, ae a tsWa sinde ticeaoat
Utw4iMl4u( talwi. the liaa
e rvgud. be.lifc, pwre wiOer. cuateairnt Lti4e
(rwat Sba CH, aaS rear fat salutary a. I H-erea toaM
aoi be awt a.nbx Tim mi. wui aMrd la taa
aaasy the Fllui.ial atiA attxjr iaaLa l.s.a sa
rMiWr their aJvaacviweat ccrtaiw aa-4 laatiiaS Tba
tatrfM arwaahMi.aa a fce sacle la Shew wua
won M a twaata Ua o waraa.
Tun arxl erM.ia rriaaeitrT rs t4 1M M aulay ks
ia Catakwsea. ar fwrtlr lafurtaauoa, 1 trwss
' 1 C. K- BAR ikJ, t-raaciiaiL
rraaklis Collage, Teas, au-lw a
""Kid Silk. and. Unle Gloies
AICXAMIK'S lis Sa4 ! k Gloeee. every sise
Aa. I cka a. LaUs Ta sat OMk Clovwa.
last tecaif ed lO-r, a4 ! aa as
tAStaa' a t Get ttrssaa's Frwaa aad rwary tSnre,
WtaC st OsIkHi suswS abA Um rqaaje.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad,
CHANGE OF SCnEDULE.
0
N and after Wedne'ay. Auenrt 18.MI. ibe
Traius will run as aliuvF ;
,!'- ;vht.. pass'r k FrX
lsra Nashvl'.!, 7
S r.
Arrive . . . , J ' laio ,
Leave Brentwood, . . - 7.115 "
Arrive . . 9.40 "
Arrive tti Franklin, ' 7.S0 44
e.4
SAO
6!S
,. BREAKFAST.
Iave Frarlcl'n, 7 4S 44
4.n
4.M
arrive at Taompeon s, .1S 441
Ueave - 44 s n n -
R.10
auglfww
- W, o'X. I EH5IV,Stit.
F urt her Reduction.
JULY 10th. IS08.
Throuli llatea of Freight from
New Vork to NasIiTille,
In connection with New York Slda ...
Steamship Ijnes, to
CIIlItr i-STn.Y A ?V I SAVAXAH.
Xw York to aIiTilIe.
First rlas. per loo lbs $1 f 5 '
8-x-ond class. 44 """ 1 -a
1.. , ............ 1 00
bird class, 44 ,fl
Hat tn Boxes, 44 I!""!'.""" 21s '
Special Rales. 4
cLAssmcAncjy ck tpe'abo'vx'eouies
lrat rissa.
Piano Forlea Ttikul-a u 1 u ......... c-, . .
quors.Oils. Ac, in boules; Camnhene and Spirits Tur
pentine in barrel-; Carp-tiiie,Ch na. Glass and I. lass
ware. In rn,iy - t '1 rw-l t .... r . sv..
. " " """"in itt, voiion 1 arcs;
Cutlery, In rases, cavks. and boxes; Dry G.xWg. ln
i-Ai..imr, iruppu ireesana -MirublH-ry
Knrr, Garden Seeiis, Looking-llasaee, and Lnekme'
Glaas plules, (at owner's risk :) Ovsters in cans and
iars; Saddlery, Tin and Britannia Ware; Teas and
-pices.
Second (lass.
Hardware. rTrnt cnM, iw.iii 1. r-. .
- - - ' 1-- -..iuci ,u r irpi ana
Third classes.) O.ffee Mills, Machinery: Foreien 14-
M-y-""-niiex; looacco in boxes; leath
er, in rollm and K. c , le 1 .. h....u 1 ,
' - ' ... wiris .no ctib-
lY.x;kery and Queennware, in crates and casks: Rice.
H tilt lit ST tluctaaa Wl.a.i !.. a
Third Class.
Axe. Shnrrla jiniilM aa ti-. -
' --, l-i,uut, .int ana in ia
p , Tin 1 late. Anvils .Yice , casks of Chains a 11 4 HrMH
Manilla .rA 1'nitnn rv,...l
Mill Gearing Carnaee Sprlnpa aud Axlea, Railrd
uirp, pmes, ana Kosin m bbls
peclal Kate.
Furniture and Carriaees boxed, and other lleht ar
i(-la not niimi.tMl - aian U.K.... .
, , , . i ... . , B lM ACHIS,OTOtn
er Chemicals, will be charged by actual weight al
double First Claas rates. '
No charge Tor drayege, wharfupe, or forward
Inn Th above rates cover all expenses from New
lork to Nashville.
tStfl-nnciin in,l .11 c - i . ... A i .
- V. . .-u -in-ii t n ie ana
Chattanooga Road , west of Stevenson , entitled toabove
Inauranr-e.
TtV th. ihnra 1 inm 1 r ....., 1 ., . . .
bllre. W heelltiir. Park..rKhnr0 an.l 1 1 ..i n
. i " " iwvrr,
makiiig a fliilereuce of 60 lo 75 cents per loo pounds
TIP Road will not be resnonsihle for anv
occurrinr at sea.
Goods shinned via Savannah should be consigned to
Aizenl Central Railroad, Savannah, Ga.
Goods shinned via Char MidiulmnM H-... i
Agent South Caro ins Railroad, charte-too.
CHARLES W. AVERSOV,
jyia-tt General Atfi-ut.
Smtthland, Padiirah. louis
ville, St. Iouis nnd Memphis
nw;i: ta.v va civ rv s,
LEAVING NA?HVlUi: ON
Tlondaya, Urdnrsdaya, lliuradaye,
aud Satiirdaya, at lO o'clock. A.
The new splendid pasniier Steamer. MIXFTONK A,
Ca)l. H.C. Mitsiiw, will Inave Naf-livilleou H-uidavs
and Til iirs lays tl0 o'ol. k, A. M.
The hpht draught pasx-nger steamer, CT'RA, Ca-u.
Jajtia4 W. Hist, will leave Naahvilie on nedusdavs,
and Saturdays al 10 o'clock, A.M.
The liht-draught pa.nencT Memr MAVCHK
LEMS, l apt. Joh I.. Urr.x.', will leave Nashville
on Tuesdays and Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A M.
The aHove natural are Una L:-s iilitrai;lit Tas
senger limits, and they :ll li r.ve reguiarlv on their
ai'Miiiit.'d davs, makniK ci-nnm-u nis at r.nlin ali with
the I'niti-d Slates Mini iack-ts for the above named,
places. For fri ght or pa.-sape ipv on hoard or to
je-'.'-tf A. HAMILTON, AoKi.
v.vuva miiv:cKi.
Cabin l'asa;e to w York ,
Steeraee " " $G.
S2000
NEW-Y0BK ft CHARLESTON' CIDE WHEEL
TJ. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Throntrh in 48 to 50 Hours. t
SU4amslilpOiirMMIA,18isitns...M IWry, Comlr.
44 NAMIVH LE. MX'toti..I. M. Murrav. 44
AC la r." aiu-i-,. ....... .. .. -'
j.i nr.- ai .r.n, iixsiious. . n. i!uliis, 44
44 MAlUtiN, 1.MRI ions W. .1. Foster, 44
LFAVFS Artirer'a Wharvea ev-ry WeduaadaT wA
Saturday, f si;
These tut-auo-hips were all built expresaly fo this '
line, and for saiety, sliced and comfort are unrivalled
on the cos'L Tables supplied with every luxury. '
AHei.tive and courteous Commander will ensure Ira v
rlers hy this line every .-"il.le comfoi t, havint; ele
gant hUite Room accommodations.
Cabin raraae ........S-0
Steerage 0
For freicht or iwssace aplv to
HENRY MISRim) &' CO., Accel,
Corner Eaat Rav and A igrr's South Wharf,
JylU-tf tliarlcston, S. C
FOR NEW YtillK.
FASTEST" LllVIa!!
Jr- - tr s.
artaTvi
:rl
FAUK
lIalllCl'al !l
CABIN 1'ASSAGE 820!!
I FREIGHT lower than by any other Steamers I MX
' Cents per Toot. FoR A1X KINIIi OF MEASCRiU
MENTG'NIDS. Light Bakkkls o7a cenu ea. h, and
other artirla in frrtfinrtum! -
Th splrudid and rorumodjoua side wbeel Steaiaers
Al'GI'STA, 1 , tons tapt M. S. Woo.1lmll.
FLORIDA, 1.SO0 44 44 Isaac Orowcll.
ALABAMA 1100 44 ' 44 Geo.R.Scbenck
axr riHsr a ass raorsiiKB
STAR OF THE SOUTH. 1 JIKJ tons... .Capt.Thoe. Lyon.
Thesa-St'-amshilie belong lo tlie old es tab, u lied and
farorue line, known as the '-New York and Savannah
Steam Navigation Company,'' and in comfort, accom
modations and fare, ranuot be excelled. They are
oommaiided by experienced, slkllifuj, careful and po
Uls officers.
FADELFORD, FAY k CO.,
A feats, Savannah.
SAM'L. L. MITCH ILL SOS.
Biay-Stf Agents, New York.
Freights by Sail Vessel and Pro
pellers from
xnr York. Philadelphia, Eosloo
and Ial.imores
MERCHANTS who mar Biilp by the abovs Vessels
are lidWmed that by ewusiguioc their goods ts
Uie agent of the South Carolina vulnJ, Charleston,
r acenu of Ornlral Ranrd, Savannah, they wtll ba
forwarded free of comiuisatiiea, 0ra agr aad wharf
age only rbargod,) aud be sent through at Ibe follow
tugrauw:
Fir.l Class. er 100 lbs l
Srnd Cass , 1 00
Third flaaa
Sfiwlal rales for light (nods, per loo Iba t 70
Hill shewuig amount rand vesoefs and amount charg
ed ft drayayeaad a Iwfa-r., will bo ntailnd tn coi-
sigain-e. C.1AS. W. IM'tJ.-os,
May 2 a oeaerai Ageuu
November V. IS T7.
LKUe 3Iiami and folumbus and
MiM i niiiitto ii..
EXCLUSIVELY AX EASTEKS B0TTTZ.
Threngli Xlckrta
. .V1A-
WlvafUnw,
Blsabsctrille,
. . litUburir, . . i ; " "
ClSTSlaBfl, r. - 1 ' "
BoSAla, ,
Kisjgv Tails
To all the Hastera Cities.
j A If lirhtetr y KxnreKS. throerh to CbltrmtHii . anfl I
O U.veiaoid without cliange of cars. ti30 t. U, tre
eing Eiiweea, tarouU to beiiaj- andpiltsburg without
caatigeaf aare. '-
f our Dally Trains, , . ,
FIRT TRAIN Oeveland, rniib-f , fleubaavlile,
aad Mbawluig Uxblawif dpr-Lavaa CutenaaU at
t tivck A. M-,.oc ail Ue LuwrPdU aiau, fr-p."4" ;
1 I
Tais irata ateaa betwsoa Osrwastl ssd Ortanikus st 1
laeiaiil, Morrw, JtMua.aad LiMdoai lv. I
liueli TUAIN. tr-veWnJ F.Iss Mud Leaves!
Cu.ituu.t W A 11. fw Uk.BiilUai.Mw V-k '
Ufc.a, c, aMUf, UUlljaiurr, l buJei.-ia. w aU-
lnha r. )
tuis tiaua elops at all poiats l-elaix-S (WutaaU sad
tAlalo. !
THU D fitAlS. AccwtutnoJaUili..t laws Qafkanallj
St Saw Y. M- tur M,rla and luitiubua f
Tba sraia aa- aaaAes e"nvr uuu. lor WSauagSas,
LsBCaatet aad iauavi!ar. Toj. tram sups st ah iau ;
Ma- Claciansti and Coluoiboa. -
o Klli 1 KAlA- 4 r v4 a . liulurg aad Wbsel
aif si-,14 Uars-lAtm fiuctunali ai l-iOo'tlot 1
r. t,kaHlutmfee. -
Tba uaas aut ai U tum bntw.oa Oar la nail aad .
Cuiuuibua. tj
N wwaa ea Suadaya. ' . ' 1
tniw ra by tviumbas tisas srvea auaates fsater
taaa Ckecumali time. I
far Thresth Tickela
Aad sfi lltfrinl- al lii -uuati pwu cy st tc
ljUa Mianu sud I ov nv toa aud LcungWa utiiw, .Na. -)
ttorartt lixioae, or ai tue Old oaae. Stfutb-ewst cocari ,
rrviwy and Ioui, ofpocia r4Moor Ikfuas.ur a
tkL. Kaaaaa LkBIKak.
J. MTUXD. bupcrtuvuiJUnl !
X. T. ITIXTJI, Ceaaral Vtca.ct i4ua.
TTTK 0MNITTS LIVE eaiis far pBsusrs at all lb j
rrt.Ml howls hr aata sad every Hy leaviu j
4rrSkis at aiiUef U las tdBe.as, will eaU ku
Suasi air W f " l-'4- 'ba eitr. witfwml fa.L !
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