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NEW DRUG STORE,
(No. 9 Sontli market atreet.
JAMES 1. POWELL,
. WHOlESaLS AL IS
Drugs, Medicines, Dje-stuCs, fc.',
ialtllt 1 n r .a iui.oovvj
HAS in store an assortmeniot every,
thins usually kept in a Drug Store,
ail fresh and of the best quality . He in
vited the patronage of lealer, believing
that be can make it .to their interest to
DOT OI Dim. iiwi"""" -
roi O.lentofgivli.e satisfaction , a it . will be but nret
endeavor tn see that no mistakes shall be made in put
ting up medicines,, c. Jjb-u
1000 andforaaie low WEIX
Jylo Wholesale Druggist, No. South Market St.
1 n?V?VKECS-ZINC PAiyr.-l .tore
1U U U and for sale low for cash by
.L IT V VS . J A MR I- POWELL,
Jyl WholesalePrnggtft,Xo-So"tb M"?8
tnK. CIGARS, all bran!, in store and for sale low
O U for cash bv JAS. L. POWELL,
jyl Wholale Druggist, No. 1 South Market at.
rt"irtBOXra"GLASSWA RE, of every description
J&U U in store and for sale low for cartbv
"'v' v J AS. L. I'OWHX,
jyl Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market st.
LIQUORS, or ajFkiudsTo store and for sale low for
cash by JAS. L. POWELL,
jylo Wholesale Droggistyo. 9 South Market st.
10 .Ur. aad for sale low for cash by
jylS WholeaaleDnigglBt, Ko. 9 South Market st.
PFRFCMERY, of all kinds, in e,B2TJ? 8 w
for cash by J AS. L. PO WEI X,
jyl Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market St.
H sale low for cash by JAS. L. POWELL,
jyld Wholesale Druggist, No. 9 South Market st.
COoTl VEKOIL.-Ia store u0fr-l low
for cah by JAS. L. POWELL,
jylo Wholesale Druggist, Ko. 9 South Market St.
EXTtTcoiOCY!V'TirC0.nP.--In store and
for .ale low for cash by
jylo Wholesale Prnggist, No. 9 South Market it.
CAMPIIOIt. In storeand fer sale low for cash
by - JAS. L. POW ELL,
jylo Wholesale Druggist, Ko. 9 Sooth Market St.
- f"h.by hl'Sfi1
1 1 it 1
jy 16 Wholesale urugKmi, no. cum -r
I . A VS lit.' Tn
re.nd for sale low for cj-sh by
H f Wholesale Drnggiyt, No. 9 South Market St.
"n.-TnXASiKTMEXT OK DRUGS AX I) M ED ICI N ES
JUr sale low for cash by JAS.L. POWEU
NEW DRUG STORE.
KB. H. J. WEU.8.
tun. M. HOOI'KB.
a. r. Jo.Ma
YFIT.S. II00PEU & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS
Dnifs, Medicines, Chenu
ealsPaints, Varnishes. Oils,
Dye-stufla, Brushes of all
kinds, Perfumery, Taney ar
ticles, Fine Wines and Li
quors, (for Medical Purpos
es.) Fine Cigars and Tobac
co, Scotch and maccaboy
SnuSS, &c. &c, No. 21 Cedar street,
ARE now receiving at their Store a largo and gen
eral assortment of Eresh I'ruas, ;c., for the
?unnuer Trade, embracing everything to be called for
in a lirug Jtore.
They have also Jift received a Urjie lot of Pnre
While I.e;id aud uow While Zinc In oil, which they
will iell very low for canh. Tlioso who w ish to rt-iiist-the:r
oM domicilii by giving tli'-m a new dress
o-iM do well to give ibem a call. Tliey have all the
various colors, ground in oil, generally used by i'aiut
Tliose who want Pure ar.d Freh Drugs and Medi
Ciiies will do well to give them a call.
p. . Prescriptions neatly an. I accurately cora-
ion;ided at all hours by exiitrioiiccd l'rescnimonista.
T. B. KAl.Vk.
J. H. BIOWM.
HA1XS & HKOWS,
Druggists and Preseriptionisls,
No. 1, South side Public Square,
A CO MTIJ-TTE assortment. f English and
American Chemicals, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and genuine ex-tracL-i,
selei-t Powders, &c, always on
hand. Flavoring Extracts, such as -em-
n f..u.. Vanilla PinM A I) I klf SLrWler-
rv,' Celery, Almond, Raspberry, 1'each and Orange
extnu-u for flavoring. Best Bormuda Arrow Kixit,
Isinglaas, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon, ;c.
jauit) RAINS It BROW.V.
A LARGE supply of genuine Swedish Leeches IJatt
received and for sale by
may27-tf No. 19 Public Square
Io Coach and Carriage Manufacturers, Ca.
net Makers and Painters.
THE undersigned have receivel the agency for t J
sale of the celebrated VAKN'ISlltU manufactur . I
v the "llavwiMid Varuixh Manufacturing Coinanj ,
ar'hicb are universally acknowledged to be snperiot i)
. ny other Varnishes in the United States, and have j it
eceived a large S'lpply of the following different kb
w hich they will sell at a very small advance ouiU J
acturers' prices :
Black Enameled Coach Body Varnish,
Elastic " " '
Jin. English Wearing "
. ' Pale Coach "
Brown Japan "
White " "
Scraping ' "
Biack Iron '
Walnut Stain "
Extra Fine Carriage!
RAINS ft BROWN,
No. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House.
AAfV GALLONS Tanucr'a Oil, best quality Just
,UUU received and for sale low by
f jan'JS . RAINS BROWN.
BRISTOL 1IRICIC DUST, and Mount Ea
O gle Tripoli, for polishing gold, silv
er, braia, glass,
c. ; a new article: for sulo by
RAINS & BROWV.
JO. G. B 11 OWN,
' 43 College Street,
aler in Drugw, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
. Stufis, Painu, Oils, Varnishes, Window
f Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
( Fine Soaps, Hair and
ad all Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
V Fancy Goods, tiio stock, as usual, ts
j very complete, having received large
Iditious, coiisuitiug lartly of Luluua'
)d Benin' Extracts; Fri;nch, Aiuoricaa
Bd tiermau Cologne; INrlluc's aiit Lu
a'a Sai-liMts- Uuir Ui ushes: Metal. Cluua
Ml laper Pud Boxes; ell, Fln, an.l Iiressmg
Hubs, Jcc, for sale by JO. O. BUOWN.
ITO.HE 'AItH of eyery dcs:riptim lor sale
i Dy JO. U. BltOWN.
tubes of every d
JO. tJ. UKOWN.
acripuou, for salu oy
tOUUliSS aud UMPIIti: WA-rnus
V always ou ltaud. which 1 receive direct from the
B-inK. JO. ii. ltltOWN.
pOU T1IK HAIlt Mrs. Allea'a ltcatoraiivB;
Wooil s Uestorrr;
an23 JO. G. BWJW.N.
oSltO. IrlS i i::i A very Niiiwrui' article
U made by Barclay, 1 erkius & w., iu pirns aim
CrU. Jt- . BKOSVN.
ftoi) LIVKIt OIL. & gross Jt rocoived
prepared by iiedgeiuau, t-iarn to.
n9 jo. u. j;ii..
rOAUXUKiaLA WIIISK'. A very
A superior arucle, guarauueu ui o pure.
JO. G. BKOWN.
I. UK LICK WATER tn hall barrels and
in uiut bottle, for sale at Louisville prices.
JV, . gu. W. D1IU11 .
I fkksii si:i:ds.
BARRELS tUlV EK SrJiU,
10 barrels Timothy "
Blue UraMi Seed, clean od and .tripped,
Herd. Grass Seed,
Chinese Sugar Cane,
Laudreth'a Garden Seeds
lust received by RAINS BROWN.
Ubl3 No. It, Public bquarel
A. H UOSCOE,
JTE0LXSALE AND JUT AH. SZALEJl XV
k Drugs, Tledlclnee, Uye-StuOs.
J. Pcrfumcn. PalntLOil.
aaa, Urualies, AVltU Lt.d, eVc. Ac.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
fl HAVr constantly on hand a large and
f a well Mine-Led uck of the above aru-
M, together with a Urge assortment of
- i"-y articles; all 01 wnicn la ouoreu tor
i e ou the most accommodatuig turms.
Arrow Root, 100 pound., Bermuda and Floruta
Brimstone, 600 pound, rettuod;
Castor Oil, 200 gallon;
Copperas, 30 barrels, prime green ;
Cream Tartar, barrel
bum Cautpbor, 100 oudd;
Indigo, 600 pouuda, Fm tu Coenmon;
Madder, l.OoO pounds, first quality;
Super Carb. Bods 4,000 pound prime;
Flour Bui "bur. 6O0 pound.
..n. mrt h. m . i
All of which la oflbrea at the lowest prices
.uiaa2 A. a. B08X)K.
have a Ursa .lock of Straw Cutters. Blnelah'a
a..fAMl. Anil rnnmlnif'l Pmlmnt- TSa Uu
fTicie took tha flnt prtmium at the Natlooaj raw al
.(MnU. AJUtt!IVU CO,
S. N. PIKE,
No. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
SOIJ! MANUFACTURER OF THE CELEBRATED
ILL mDS OF DOMESTIC LiqrORS,
Colojrwe ami lure Splvlts,
ALCOHOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large supply of old and choice
Bonrbon, Rye and IHonongahela Whisky.
COM MIS S I ON
No. 30, Front Street,
PARTICULAR attention iven toflilinir or- r!k
dersfor CIXlVEH, TIMOTHY and other VpskMsj
eeds; CANM.Kf, SOAP, LAKH ft UNSEED Sivrr3i
Ollii; CHER-E, BUTTER, CORDAGE, and article, of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce Ronerally.
jf3 Purrhiios nia1e for ca.-!i,atid prompt custim
ers, itvl all the act vantn'S of discounts and low prices
which money coniniamlH.-S.
V. W. sto CO.,
M AXIi FACTUKEU8 OP
Portable (iriudiiis and Bolting
Comer of AYestern Row ami Second Street,
.iaisi.ii" 4 if
i'a ,- 3 l. -- ,&-H c
AVE Fi:RMSH A COMPLETE MILL AT $550.
rTMlTS comprise Erench Burrs, 30 inches (in iron
X frame). Bolting lliost, two pairs of conveyors,
two sets of Elevators, with Belting and Gearing, alt
ready to run; Keel 3 feet in dianmter and 16 feet long,
and Silk Bolting Cloth, (best Dutch Auker brand.)
We guaranty this Mill to turu out
Fifty Barrels of Flour per Day!
We build largo sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machines, Elour Packers, kc. , and furnish
ling trie, Itollersj and 71111 Gearing of
ail Kill u.
The best Dutch Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Bolt
ing of all sizus at lowest prices.
Circulars, giving particulars, suut upon application
with stamp enclosed.
febl7 dly W. W. HAMER fc CO.
Stones. tn Ware, fir.
J. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer and Dealer ia
KEE1S constantly on hand for Kile at the I owest
WOOD AND COAL
IIEATIXG AXD OFFICE STOVES,
Four sizes, and best make, put np and warranted.
Wrough(-Iron Cooking Stoves,
For wvd. f.u ktjsos tho best Cooking Stove now in
He will last, with care, from fifteen to eighteeu years
and cook with greater convenience and in less time
than any Cast-iron Stove. I have aUo Just received
the following :
. fthio Hundred, Assorted Sizes,
NASSER'S 5 MINUTE ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
the best tti.it Is now in ue
Watur Coulur, all sus and patterns.
Kefrigeiators fir knopiuir Mt-'.iLi mid Butter.
Fine asMirtmcut oft'Laiiiuor Toilet ix lls.
Patent Kntte Ciiiinera.
Fruit Cans '! my own muke, will keep a good supply
made iu the tu-Fl mannur either lor sealing or ddrr
Old Dominion Coffee Pols;
Best article fr mukiug l """. now in use, will make
with ontt-tuird lf.s niatoratl and purer and strouger
tliun any othur, heioilca retaining all the aroma of the
J. W. WILSON,
ouiyfr-tf No. 17 College st
Coal Oil Lamps. .
JUST received 150 Knapps It Jones's Patent Ccal Oil
Eaui, various sizes and styles, which muke a
pure while and steady light, without grease, odor or
smoke. Also, k"I supply of the Coal Oil.
tJT Lamp and Oil for sale bv
J. W. WII.SOV,
ug7-tf 17 College St. ;
TIIK OLD DO.U1MON
CO V F K 12 FOT.
rHIS nsw CofK Pot, for which patent lias bet-r
A Usurd, kwit' tills advnlageo er all other :
you may h"il raee In it fur any length of tune, with
out a particle of the streugtb or aroma erapiug. Oue
fourth ieaa colfee is ruired, and Uie full Ittvor of the
berry retained. A large nuuilirr of testimonials hate
been received from thoe who have used 11. We
nave space lor only one :
ThsOui UmiMox CorrkS Pur. We have had In use
now, for over two months, one of these much talked
of eoOoe puis, and we Dud thai it dc-ea. In all mtpecta,
what i claimed for it. You may hull collee to the Old
Ikmiinton for any length of time you cliwet, and yet
loee none ol the delicate aroma i-r strrugth. This
desirable end I attained by a aimple, but lugentmis,
coutrlvauce in the shape of a eon teuar, Willi doa
ble syphons, by means of wha h ttio arunut buviuf
vapor, which usually goea all over the beuee or np
the chimney, Is roudenmd and thruwn b.x k into the
coOue-botlrr , and you have its U-ia:ioti flavor tn the
cup yoe bring lo your lips, le all our eiiieriouce of
cotfee-drtaking, we never found anything equal to
what we now have daily at our Bwriiiiif meal. It la
the perfectain ef cooee. J'kHadtlj'Aui A'erain Jour
Ml. )rj7Siie 1, 1 S . 2, 1,4, , 10, and 16 quart. Ur
ge ! MHKte to order. 1
t'orMtleby J. w. XVILSOW,' '
je4 u. NmhtllU, Tun.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE partnership lie mg between B. UMFR a
UHU. UliUA., mder the eiyle of H. UMI K a
Co., I Utie day dissolved. B. Lanier liavtng purchas
ed Ueu. eiueu'a asure ute txt m ta lau nrm , u aWu
tulli-iiiai o hub um Mine. li l4.Mai.
Mar. it, Uj- ... CtO. lUZiXL.
' Mtl" Rcfarriiif tn the above notice, I take free
feature iu r "iuiii ujii,)( Ul my frkred Iny late a
wnM In !wi!B-u, ilr. R..liucr, a a KunUegaaa
eve -y tray worthy ia uuui cvuuaavJ patrouaw.
Uarc.SI.Use OU. MUiiL, 1
V Ciiiciniiati J
n S.X.PIKE'S J
) C 32 li EB RATE T) if
-- Situated en Uarket Street, -
NASHVILLE, , TENMESSEE. '
i- And near the Public Square,
IS now open for the accommodation of the
public. The house has been thoroughly
renovated and refurnitslied. The Proprietor "i-W
Is determined by attention to the c mlort of t ,
his guest, to toeril the fatronag A the public
Irlee. I -J-J
' Board per day $1 60
' Board per week 3 60 U
febll if . THOMAS S. WATSON, Proprietor.
PormerlT Franklin House,! ,
CL ARKS VI LLE, ; TEIVoV,
E. SPCBBIER, Proprleto,'"
IWOL'IJI Inform the Traveling Community
and all others visitingClarksville,thatI nave tyji'l
purchased this Hotel, and have changed the jlUiL
name, a will be seen above, and I intend to reniode
it entirely during the present year, and shall nse every
exertion to merit the patronage of all who will be
pleased to call on me
aprl3-ly ' E. SPURRIER.
THE above House having been thoroughly JPi.jiB
re-fitted is now open for the reception of jatTSsja
travelers. The proprietor hopes from hi 11-1
long experience in the business, and his de
termination to spare no pains in supplying his table
with the best that the market affords, to merit and re
ceive a share of patronage. ,. ...
Pay Boarders $1 60
Week 3 60
WM. M. WIXBOCRX,
' mar22 - Proprietor.
JO. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
HAYING taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor me with a
call. Of my friends, and the citizens of Nashville and
Davidson county, I would solicit patronage. My table
will at all times be provided with the best the country
aflbrds, and every care will bo Liken to please all.
There is a good IJvery Stable contiguous to this
house, and the Fayettevllle, Mulberry and Lynchburg
Mail and Passenger Coach leaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday for the above places, at
4 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
McMinnvUle and Manchester Mail Trains.
Tullahoma, August 13, 18S7. raa
Metropolitan Eating House
THIS fashionable and popular Eat-
ing House is just iu receipt id' a f
superior lot of Fresli Oysters, together with all
kinds of (;ine, which will be served up in splindid
style at all hours of tlio day. Thankful lor the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed ujion our house, we
trust by close attention to the wants of our customers,
we shull coutiuue to merit the same in the future.
J. & W. iKJOUE, '
Feb3 tf Corner of Cedar and Chorry st. .
NASHVILLE IXSUKANCE OFFICE
JETS A INSURANCE COxlIPAiXY
Cash Capital and Assets $1 500,000.
IIARTFORD FIRE llsiRAME C0.UPA.Y,
Cash Capital and As3cts-$6S7,000.
Phccnix Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Assets-$341,000.
QUAKER CITY IXSURAXCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital and Asseta-$277.66.85.
New-York L.ife Insurance Co.,
Accumulated Capital $1,00,4000.
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Lifo Risks taken on
equitable terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. 25 College Street, opposite the Sewanee House.
Nashville, Jan. 25, 1858
FIRE INSURANCE C03IPANY.
OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public
Square, over Dyer Pearl's Exchange
umce. iney will lake risks on Dwellings
and other Houses, Goods in Store, against 2l
Iss or Damage by Fire. Also Marin and River haz
ards, from and to all ports.
Negroes against the Bangers of the River.
JOHN M. HIU.. JOSEPH VAULX.
JAMES CORREV. THOMl-SOV ANl'ERSON.
;. M. FtKJG. E. A. OWEN.
AI.EX. ALLISON, JAMES EL1JS.
A. 11. GARDNER. N. E. ALLOH'AY.
W S EAKIN
J0SESH VAULX, President
A. W. BUTT.ER, .Secretary jnn2H
IV AS J I VI LL E COTITIERCIAL
Capital $ 1 00,000!!
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organized,
according to charter, is prepared to
wnie roncies agaiusi ijr5 a.li nAiuiit
II Y FIRE, on lhiildinus.Gooits. Wares. and S2t
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against
Ions or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transpor
tation, on the most favorable terms.
I -lie and Negro Polices granted at Current rates.
onice, No. 50 Col lego, East Side, between Union
Street and the Public Square.
ANTHONY W. VAN LEEK.
HENRY HART, Ja.
THOS. W. EVANS.
JOHN II. EW1N.
K. C. McNAIRY.
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
JAMES WAITER, Secretary. Jau25
GIFTS. GIFTS. GIFTS.
THE following Is a SCHEDULE of Property which
will be given to Purchasers of Books at the lime
oi alo by
The United States Benevolent Society for th
Diffusion of Useful Knowledge :
Pat. Eng. Lever Gold Wau Lis, bunting uimm, SliN
Pau-ut Auchor Gold Watches, hunting cw, 75
IVU ut Cvlluaer Gold Watchea, ituubng vase, 50 0
Ivies' Gold Watohos, hunting cas.ji,
liuiiuug Silver Ivois, huuiiiij; cases,
Geuls' Caliloruia Duimoud l itis, iu 18 caret
GeuU' California Diamoud lupines,
Large double case Miniature LockuUI,
of CauluO Plus aud lirofs,
Gold stone or cameo alceve bullous,
Golu sloue or camuo Muds,
Geuu' Gold 1'eu aud Gold cjue, large,
Ladies' Pen and Gold cae,
Silver t'cucilo and Gold, tliree extension,
Sliver Peiicilsaud Gold I'uiis,
tiold Lockeis, two gUais,
Geuls' Euie Gold K.UK, Uoavy,
Ldetf' Gull lircarl 1'ius,
ladies' Gold r-r l'ros,
Gouis' Golu bosom Sluda,
Gi l.Ui' Gold Necvo Kuttous,
Ladh-a' Gold Pencils,
Ladiva' Gold lUagi,
G.-nts' Hosoin Pius,
Lau.ua' Gold Uihbou I'm.
Fine Freuch Gold day Clicks,
Flue Heavy Silver l'Liled tastois,
eilver Plated luble hpouus, heavy, per act
Tea Spoons, "
Tablo Forks. ' "
Ueaslea large aud valuable asMortuient of miscella
neous articles, both uselulaud oruamental, varying IU
value troiu ceute lo ad.
Uue of the above artadea will be given tu the pur
tlwovr of ikch book at tho time the win it ta sold.
Any person by lot warding au urdor for books, with
mouey vuehwed. wUl receive an extra bowk and gtft
wnh every ten books, sent to lite order by Express.
AU urdor lor books will be promptly aud impartial
l UileO. -
Tho gift la all cases will aorompany Hi Hook.
' Single bok can tie iwut to any (mi t by mail. Cat
eloKUO of the book wdl beeeut by maU io any order
Sjj.. hill ul the following Dank taken at per -J
Lbuik ot UVOKK,
. C BRCfX,
' . Acs-nt roa Ta Boo in v.
CHI Fott-ofllce Building, cvtuurol Cedar nd cherry
Nashville, where the book and GUU ere open for li
(portion, day aud bight. - (ebll
FlILMTCRE WAKE BOOMS,
NU14, COLI.r.tili sTUGET, 1
a. a. mots
IMTTLRSON & FKEEMAN,
HAVK sow iu store, end are constantly receiving,
a ttae aaeurtmeutof all kind ef CAW NET FL'R
MlUllt, ahicU tbey are determined lo eell a tow a
any other noUMe tn the city, at the Sam lime war.
ranting their t'urutterelai be ut the nwt workmanship
and ttuish. One of the Arm baa Just returned from
the euat, where he punaliy eteew4 the entire stock,
wnaJt at ail of Kmnt aUsi-raort aa and LaTSMt
Sttu. Our Mock eoneiaU In part of tiueewoud and
Uauogaay Parlor t'erwaure, eome of wtticb I very
tur, ioUior with Cbambor brtta, Iio 4ur, Wwd
rube. Itjchaing Chair, Lounge. Mifae, Kaey Chair,
rauUl tkulateada, Music Stand, Mihany Chair.
DrreMae ituraeue, Extenstoa 1o.t, etc., eVi., aed a
4HBptte MaorUB,ituf all kinds of ,
ILow Priced Furniture,
ad every anty of Wool and Cue Met CHAIE?.
we wdl ewUeawr ti pleM ail, aue wm tdu Hiuch
pieuaiire In allow um our sba'a tu ljh) eb atay lavor
m with call. ' . ,
4,sll a ' PmB30N 4 riUiilaJ !
L. H. ULXIZK.
C, BEXSLET. . ,
L A N IE R, P II 1 1. L, I P S & CO.
Whblesale ; Grocers,-
COMMISSION ; ME U C 0 ANTS,
Poreign and Domestic Liquors,
. ; Ko. 39, VLiRKrr Stkket, ,. ,
A'T7E are now in receipt of a large and choice as
V V sortment of
Groceries and Liquors,
comprising every article in onr line, and to which we
would respectfully solicit tne attention oi ine irauc
300 hhds La. Sugar;
too Dbi Hull, cruanea 1-0 Dzsnavana . aof .
Sugar; t 300 bbls Molasses;
50 bbls Powd.Sogar; ISO do do: . .
25 " GranduUied do; 50 bbls Golden Syrup;
60bisDRLoaf ' do;' 15 tierces Clarihed Sugar
680 bags Rio Coffee; - 50 casks English Soda;
225 " Laguira Coffee: 100 dozen Buckets;
60 M Pepper;
40 nests tuds;
50 i bxs "Hare's Extra"
75,000 ass't'd Cigars, 'extra
35 " Spice:
15 " SS Almonds;
15 bbls Pecans;
175 kilts Mackerel;
75 cases Teas:
25 tierces Kiee
80 cases Pickles;
60 " Matches;
75 coils Lute Rope;
2 csk Iiutch Madder;
10 ceroons Indigo;
12 bbls Alum,
300 bxs Star Candles;
360 Summer do;
275 " Boston Soap;
50 " Foxes' Starch;
25 cases Sardines;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings;
150 bales Cotton twine;
6 casks Malaga Wine;
15 X. i' tild Sherry
10 Old Port Wine;
2 X, " Madeira "
3 yi Pipes Champagne
15 ) pipes Otard, Dupuy '
& Co. , Cognac ;
10 casks Jamaica Rum ; .
25 " Louisiana do;
200 cases St. Julian Clare e
60 " "Haul Tallen" d
100 baskets Champagne;
75 cases Cham pagne Cider ;
60 " Brandies as't'd,
40 ' " Brandy Cherries;
150 bbls Country Whisky;
6(10 " Rectihed do;
300 pack'gs Dom. Brandies,
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin;
LANIER, PHHJJPS k CO.,
No 39 Market street.
JL. C CARTKB. FKUX O. M'KJIT. W. C W1LSFORD.
CAKTEK, 3FI1AY & CO.,
Auction aud Commission, Ilecelvlng
. uuu t orivaraius
AND DKALEH iH
Fine Brandies, AVines and Domestic Liqnors,
No. 73, Public Square,
OUR business will be continued underthe same style
and tirm as heretofore. Thankful to our custom
ers and friends, lor their libeml alrouage, we respect
fully solicit a continuation ot the same.
. . A. C. CARTER,
FELIX . M'KAT,
Jan 25 tf W. C. WILS'URD.
"IXTE have been appointed sole Agents of Nashville
T V for the sale of James Thomas' jr., (of Richmond
Va. ,) Celebrated lou:icco.
Juct received 'ioO boxes of the following brands, vn
JEWEL OK OPHIR,
liLTlER OK SPONGE CAKE.
which we will sell ai tuo Manufacturers' prices for
Cash. CARTER, M'KAV Ai CO
fZ( BBIA SALMON Tl'.OL'T; 100 half bbls. Palra
tjJ on Trout, just received, direct from Lake Su
perior, caught within the InHt nim-ty lavs,for sale by
jyil-tf CARTER, McllAY & CO.
WHOLE and half barrels new Mackerel, put
up tills season, Just received direct iroiu
Boston, lor salu by
augl8-tf CARTER, M'KAY k CO.
er ff BAGS Prime Baltimore Coffee just receivep
eJUU CARTER, M'KAY & CO
mar 6- tf
NOEL. & CO.,
Aud Uealera In
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- 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- 40 do. Fine Brandies;
103 IVan's do; 75 bbls. American Branny;
3&0 " wilsnire no; io " Malaga wine;
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 " Ciu;
75 bbls k bbls. Cherry 50 " Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy; 50 boxes St. John's Claret
15 barrels superior Port Wine;
Wine; 75 baskets Champagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Champagne Q-
50 bbls. pure Rye do; der4
30 do. Monongahcla do;
26 boxes E.S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack Falstafl
20 boxes Southern
Belle 30 bxs. Com. Tobacco;
15 " Industry Tobacco;
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,000 Jenny I.ind Cigrs;
5.IMMI Josephine Cigars; 30,000 Brands, assorted;
We will also purchase at the higheKt market prices
the following articles of country produce.
White Beans, Meal,
1 each Brandy,
Orcliard Crass Seed,
Blue (Jrass "
Timothy , " ...
Herd's Grass "
. Bed lords,
Potatoes, kc., kc, ka.
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above
for aale will do well to call on us when they visit the
city. June 26 tf
W. O. HAKKIS.
F. B. HARJU8.
HARRIS & CO.,
Auction and Comniision Merchants
Office at W. II. CORDON & Co.'s AVarehonse,
NO. 49 KARKET ST..
K1RKPATRICK, NEVINS & CO.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Wholesale
Market street, Nashville, Tenn
HAVE now iu more a largo and cum; .etoaasortmen
of Crocerle embracing
Hew Orleans Sugars, of ail grade;
Molasses, " barrels and half bar-els;
Coffee, a large and com tileto stoci A
H7in a full flock, with
Teas, Candles, Sardines, Glassware
assorted, I'erans, IMarkerel;
Together with all kinds of articles usually kept in t
Grocery line. Our stock of - :
Ilraudlea, M ines, Whisky, Ac. .
Wethiuk cannot be snrimssed iu this or any olhe
market. To our heavy stork of goods now in store w
invite the attention of the trade.
iuar20-tr Kl RKPATRICJ, KEVINS k CO.
Notice of Dissolution
THE Orm of AtJJSiN, ANDERSON k CO., com
posod of And. Allison, T. Anderson and W. I
M'lanahau, was by mutual consent diseolved on the
1st day or June, by the retiring of Mr. M'lanahan
from the Arm. And. Allisoa aud T. Andersou are
alone aittbortsi'd to wind up the business of the old
arm. Those Indebted to the late firm are requested
to make payment without delay, and thoee having
claim against the same will piescnt Ihem for pay
menu AUX-jON, AXl'ERSON Co.
Having parchaaed Vr. M'Lanahan's interest in the
good, w have taken mas partners in ur bi.smenv
luxon A. Allison and John B. Johnson. We ahalt ci-t
linue at eur eld stand, where we will b plraaed U
meet our old friend aud merchants generally. -
Being anxious to cut duwa our preeent stuck as low
as possible, preparatory to our fall purchase, w will
offer inducement in price to thoee wishing to replen
ish Use it Muck. We shall be glad at alt time to re
ceive their orders, and will do our best to Oil them
jun.U A AUJ50N.ANIERoy CO.
GET TIIK BF.ST.
THEGENL'INE AUHKOTYPE the Premhire Ptcter
M beyoud eoiuparixoa the eet style of likcneii
yel iulroduoed, and suuids waliotit rival:
Tint cannot change litem,
Light can IK fade them,
-' ' " Dampnea cannot saould them,
Dual can e.v.r reaoh them, ,
Rust cannot corrode them.
Made as heretofore by LARCOM UK, Comer of Cherry
and I'nioa Sir ecu, and put a? m tip-top style l Laei
r Hade at bo other rooms la NaahvlH,
tair.t-U - ,
sewing om omi oir.t
THE rematader of the nock of Rich Paji Bonnets
and Millinery Goods, at the Se w York Emporium,
will bo Bold wMUua that uoalh at a great aarrtfiee .
without regard taooetoc any other eon.derali a. .
Exchaa. atoaey laaasi at M oeais oa the dollar
2 - COAL. I COAL.!!
1 0nnn BUSHELS Superior ObM River Coal 1st
IOUUU at the Coal Vara oa CoUe atreet, ad
tmtuf M. ft E- K. Cb them's Warebone. carefully
screen' 1 and cfetaed at U eecu per beabni.
App'y to Ui Coal-Xaa. 1 -
jAaii-tf . JLU DA TO.
p. & c. Anderson;
WSOUS11I GROCERS, PKODCCB AXD .
Brandies, Wines, Whisky,
- ' - - ALSO,'
Dealers In Bacon, Lard and Country
Produce, of erery description, .
: Ifot. 4S and T OMrge Street,
' NASIIVIIJLK, TENNESSEE.
tttj HAVE now In store, and offer for sale cheap,
the following choice and select articles:
5,000 sacks fine Salt; , . 200 bags Coffee;
3,000 " coarse do.; " 60 hhds. Sugar, from line
1.000 keirs Nails. assorted: - to choice;
300 bag Cotton Yarns, . 100 do. Painted Buckets;
uworted; so " txjar- do;
500 bbls. rect'd Whisky; 25 nests Tubs;
60 " Rye do; 800 Demijohns, assorted;
60 " Bourbon do; 25 bbls. Loaf, Crushed &
50 " Monongeliala do: Powdered Sugar;
25 " Sweet Wine; 300 reams Wrapping Pa.
10 pipes fine Brandies; per, assorted sizes;
25 bbls. Gin; 200 boxes Glassware, as-
15 " Rum; sorted;
100,000 Cigars, assorted; 60 do. Washboards;
300,000 G. 1. Caps; 6 bags Spice;
50 bxs. Tooacco, asyi u; m repper;
250 " Prescott's feoap;
20 " Ginger:
200 bags Shot, assoriea;
5,000 lbs. Bar Lead;
6 bbls. Blacking;
10 cases Matches;
fi ceroons Indigo:
100 casks English Soda;
6 bbls. Brimstone;
5 " Alum;
2 casks Madder;
And every other article in the Grocery line, which
ore offered at extremely low prices.
P. k C. ANDERSON,
. Oct 17. Nos. 45 and 47 College Street.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
erv BAGS Extra Family Flour White Wheat
eJUU manufactured at the old Lebanon Mills, for
P. k C. ANDERSON,
Nos 45-7 , South College street.
Cash for Dry and Green Hides
"ITTE will pay the Hirhkst Market Prick iji Cash, for
V Dry and Green times, deuvereu ai our urocery
Store, to. 3, tsroau street.
We trust persons having Hides to sell will call on a
before disposing of them elsewhere.
P. k C. ANDERSON
infl A BARRELS EXTRA FLOL'R, in slore and
1UUU forsale by
jeS-tf. - P. & C ANDERSON
BLS. Linseed Oil, on hand and for sale bv
P. &C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street'
Ofifl BA(;S Extra Family Flour from Beard's Mills
UU Wilson county, Tenn., for sale by
Nos. 45-7, South College street
KEGS pure White Lead in Store and for
P. & C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 35-7, South College street
SALT FOR SALC.
TVE thousand Sacks of Salt iu store, by P. & C
Axiikrson, No. 3 Broad btreet, which will be sold
for Free liank money. je8-tf.
QHA BAGS Extra White Wheiit Family Elour, from
JVJJ Black Jack Mills, Robertson county , Teun.
for sale by
P. & C. ANDERSljN,
Nos. 45-7, South College street.
4 asli for Dry and Green Hides.
ITE will pay tho highest market price in cash j for
V V Dry and Green Hides, delivered at our Grocery
Store, No. 3 Broad Street
We trust persons having Hides to eell will call on us
before disposing of them elsewhere,
jan-ii if P k C. ANDERSON
TIFTY THOUSAND POUNDS Clear SiI wanted by
NoSw 45 and 47 S. College St.
HUNDRED THOUSAND Bushels now WHEAT
KJ wanted by
P. & C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45 aud 47 S. College St.
Qfin BAGS Extra Family Flour, from Clinton Mills
iyjyj Smith county Teun., for sale bv
P. &C ANDERSON,
Nos 45-7, South College street.
KAA BUSHELS Sued Oats for sale by
UUU P. k C. ANDERSON.
No. 45 & 47. College Street"
Wheat and Rye Wanted
Tf HEAT and RYE wanted by P. & C.
V their Warehouse. No. 3 Brned str
I) k C. ANDERSON, Nos. 45 and 47 College Street.
. lia e in store and for sale, a heavy lot of excel
leut Oak-Tanned Sole-Leather at 25 cents per pound.
Call soon if you wish bargains in any kind of leather.
P. A C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45 and 47 College Street,
janl2-tf a few doors from Broad.
W. II. GORDON & CO.,
and Commission Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
In O.O. BARRELS Julius H. Smith's Whisky;
jlUU 600 barrels Chenoweth's do;
500 barrels Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
250 boxes tine Brandies, 1 dozen each. In store
and for sale by W. H. GORDON k CO.
Scales ! Scales ! !
A FULL stock of Fairbank's celebrated Scales, Dor
maul, Platform, Grocers, Counter and Beams.
Also, Hay and Coal Scales, in store, for sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. H. GORDON & CO.,
jan29 Solo Agents for Middle Tennessee.
1 A Q Common; Fau-, Prime and Choice Lou-
100 barrels crushed Sugar;
125 " Iftut Sugar;
60 ' Clarified Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Sugar; In store and fur
W. 11. GORIiON k CO.
1 Art WHOLE boxes Werk k Co s Star Caudles:
1UU 200 hall boxes Werk & Co's " "
2O0 quarter boxes " " ,
200 boxes Madison Starch;
1,000 " Prescott t Co's No. land eitra Soap;
n store and for sale by . W. 11. GORDON k CO.
O finn KKGS Shoeuocrger's Nails, all sizes;
zw, UUU loo kegs Hour barrel nails; .
100 finishing "
100 fencing "
60 4, 5, and 6 inch Spikes; in store
and for Sale by W. II. GORDON k CO.
7E are Sole Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tenn.
do t-parta, "
do Gallatin, "
laurel Hill do
Ml. Pleasant, 44
And have aiwavs on hnnd a full sbH k of Sheetings,
fuaburga,lirilliu:, Barging, Cotton Varus aud Bo li
ng, which we oiler to Ue wmdesalc trade ouly in lots
oi not less than 6 boles bluer lings; 5 bales Osuaburgs;
2i bags Cotton Varus, 4ct, 4c.
Nashville, Mars, W. II. GORDON ft OX
VTT'E want Su.ooo lbs. Cuaa w AiLn Wool, for
V which we will pay cash. Vie want it to make
joaiia and Liuaey,
W H. GORDON ft CO.
lav re nee bins Money.
7E are btluug Ijiwreucebui g Bank Note at par
V In payment of all account, tie us and fur any
rude wettave for sale.
feblW-lf W. II. GORDON ft CO.
OsnaburK and Sheetings.
1 Pil l hA1-1'-s and 4-4 uaiaburgs;
1UU 10 bale. 4 luch ltoggiug;
lo bah 7 -S Drillings :
60 " SparU, Laurel Hill and Sumner Sheeting;
1 ,0oO bags Coltou Yarns, all numbers; In store aud
lor aale by W. 11. GUlUajX Jc cu.,
Uiu'V Agents for TuuneSMH) Manufacturer
TEATMANti Warahvuee, Ho. 45 Market
1. li. DICKEY.
TO II. T.
hand and for aale by
45 Market street.
)ueel Ui P. I. DICKEY
IQ BUNDLED tVmuow n.ta,
IO M m-U Wji.o boxes;
li krj$a ttw-bers,
Vu bo-s Wiuduw Glass;
. l bar Iruu;
(ta bundle Iron
Just received aad for aale by
D. I. PICKET,
No. i , College street
W 1 1 EXR A KKo s JUMi received and for aale by
let. I II H. IUCKKY
KAlLKu.ili M-ntN;r tusi rrvc-ited and for a
by ifrblu) It. II lift KEY
KECJi Boiler lUkei jeal rermvrd and tor aale
by (febl) D. Ik DlCaEY
1 1 I'd rant JLloae,
Ow hand aad tor aale by
bepi. . P. I. MCKKT.
DOZEN BL'CkM jui received and for sat by
aprlu tf a, a a. D. D. DICKEY.
RAHfl EET soraoe u am belling, on hand aad
JUUUforeaieby ( aae) U A. DrCKKT
rriHf ademcae4 at the authorised agrary for th
X sale of furter, KoUe At lu I Kauroad fcpdw;
aaai so D tc Dees ana cheapest ptkr aw ta aaew A
auppi cnMaaUy ea naurf aad fur by
. - au.wcxi.T,
prlo-if Cbtiege Street, Naahvtlie.
7K flflA VtrT H'ofVei White fine 11oorlc
VjVVV JuA received and (ur ! by
ix a ucxct.
WE have this day sold to FISHER, WHELESS
CO., our eutire stock of Groceries, and the bus
iness hereafter will be conducted by them.
jvl .-. J. T. MARTIN & CO.
XT haire this day associated with ns in business,
VV Mr. J. T. MARTIN.
jyl -. .., FISHER, WHELESS k CO.
JOB. A. nt-BKX
FISIIEK, WILEL.ESS fc CO
; GROCERS, GENERAL C0M1SSI0N .
Cotton, Tobacco and Trodnce Generally,
Corner of Market and Broad its,,
ALKX. WnJXAlMOK. lh VV r IK 11. ABCBKB CHKATBA
WILLIAMSON & CHEATHAM,
Brandies, Mines and Liquor
AND DEALERS IN
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
AU 9, COLLEGE STREET,
fT'HE undersigned would Inform their friends and
JL the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the.llrm and style of
WILLIAMSON Sc CHEATHAM,
for the transaction of a wholesale Liquor and Wine
Havana Cigars and Tobacco Business. Having deter
mined to keep nothing iu their line, except articles of
the purest ami user quality, and by giving proper at
tention to business, they respectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
mar31-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
Qftfl BBLS. J. II. Smith's Old Reserve Whisky;
t0JJ 100 bbls. tweet Malaga Wine:
260 e:ght casks French Otard, Dupuy k Co. Brandy
25 bbls. Cherry Bounce;
200 boxes Cognac Brandy;
25 dozen &ilbrs;
15 boxes Old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies;
30 bbls americau Brandy;
For sale in lots to shit the Trade.
DILLON & CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
jy20-tf No. 15 College street.
VIKGLMA LEAF TOBACCO.
"TXTE are receiving in Storeand olfer for sale
)V SO bisStullz' 1 A A 3 A Tobacro.
This tobacco has a reputauou unsurpassed by any
manuiaciured in t irgiuia.
A L S O
5000 Rio Hondo Segars direct importation ;
3000 LouureH do. do. do.;
20 baskets "Slum" CliHiniagne;
10 quarter chests Super Young Hyson Tea;
3 casks Marett Brandy imported in 1854.
12 quarter casks pure old l'ort;
200 boxes French Brandy.
Jv20-tf No. 15 College street.
A DEI,Ii?SEK tia.s removed Ins Mock c f IJouors
1 Cigars, Toiecco. kc. to No. 5 North College st.
at the old stand ot Mr. D. D. Dickey, where he will be
pleased to see his friends aud customers. fyl"
TTAVING sold our entire business to Mr. Alexandra
J.JL Delisser, we wifch in this manner to return o
sincere thanks to our fnemls and customers lor t-o
liberal patronage hitherto bestowed ou us, and to J
licit for our successor a couliuuatiou of the same.
All debts due to our late lirtu will be collected by
Mr. Delisser or his authorized Agent, who is alou
empowered to settle tue same.
je23 LYONS & CO
SUCI'liSSXIB TO IVONS k CO. ,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
HAVANA CHiAKS, TOBACCO,
Foreign lVines, Liquors, &e., &c.,
5 North College Street 6
I WILL keep constantly on hand a large assortment
or Foreign Brandies, Wines, Gin, Whisky and Li
quors of all kinds. Havana Cigars, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, with all goods appertaining to my
line of business, which I otfer to the trade and the
public generally on the most advantageous terms, and
hope by energy and prompt attention to business to
obtain a full share of the liberal patronage bestowed
on my predecessor.
je23-tf 71 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
Qfl BASKETS "Comet" Champaign;
VJ lo cases Sparkling Hock;
10 " 44 Moselle;
10 Still Catawba;
60 " Pickl -s, sssorted;
20 " Spiced Oysters;
10 44 Fresh Pine Apple, superior article;
60 44 Scheidam Schnapps, pts. and qls.;
60 44 London Cordial Gin, Booth k Sedg
wick's. lko on H'.vn,
A supply of the well known Medicated Brandy, an
article unsurpassed for the cure of Diarrhoea, Dysen
tery and other Summer Complaints. Also, a full as
sortment of Liquors, kc.
jy2-tf No. 6 College Street
J. G. ROBERTSON,
llroadway, .IN'aab vllle,"
HAS juBt received 60 boxes Cream Cheese;
25 boxes English Dairy 44
60 44 Western Keserve 44
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
6 44 Cranberries, 44
15 44 Oranges, in good order;
5 44 Ixnioiis, 44 44
w more New York Ale Pumps left, and will b
' -ap by J. G. RiJUKKTSoN,
Wholesale and Retail Couleciioner,
Broadway , Nashville
CHOI C E
FIT t'P KXrKCISLT rOK
FOR MALE BY
WOODS & CO.,
MARKET ST., NASHVILLE.
or the Best Quality,
Manufactured and fur aale, low, by
WOODS & CO.,
MARKET ST.. NASHNRUE.
W. M. C1111a1S -Ai CO.'S
Elastic Fire and Hater Proof
THE nndersigued purchased the State Right for
Tennessee of the above pateul about one year
ago aud has since introduced H extensively In various
portious of the State, aks now the attention ol buud-
ers, and the publa: geueraily, to examine tu superior
ity over other mode, of Rooting. j
The material furuis a hard and smooin suriace. it
is imierv!oiis to water, elastic and tlnxible; it wid
perfectly resist any ordinary exposure to tire: it la
cheaper than any roof of the old style, and I am sure
It will give better aatuildCiion;as to lUduraoiiiiy mere
ta no question. Il is the best thing ever inveuied for
painting of old leaky tin roots.
XT tue leuieui win e lurnutuca to muee mi a uie-
tanue with direiliiii for using.
Mf COLNTY KIOHIX FOK SALE.
&f Ordura sent to the unleraigned, through the
Poet otti e will be prouilly aiu nu. d to.
1 would respectfully reler to the following gentle
men for whom I have covered buildings wlui the Ce
nienl, aad mauy other whose names are u l here
aarrrsm an mu lutu.oKi or aauiL-a
MaJ. A. HK1MAN,
Mesars. HLOHtS k SMITH.
Mr. II. M. AEW)YD,
WAltKEN It MOOUE,
HOl tH McCVlXoCCU.
J. K. McCANN,
CoLH I. ANDERSON, Sup' N. Co.,
Rev. C D. ELLIorr,
D. i'. WILKIN,
K. J. MUuS,
SLAL ljU l l-il HERRI FORD,
W. a SHAfAKl),
J N. UlUHD.
A. V. S. IJNl-fl FY.
t.en. WAil. BAKKOW,
W. II. l.Oi;H'N DO ,
JAS. 11. KENDRKK,
ReUor '. ti- SMITH, Columbia.
Uaj. A. J. Do.NLLeuN, lavKUo ectuly
CoL A. J. rULk, Maury cwusty.
f-f xUe Naehvtlle a Cbauauuuga Kailroad Ccrnpa
ay have alowd thai Cemeat lor tue covering of their
cars aad other work.
Ccrtibcale aud teetioMtolal from Cincinnati
and elsewhere, a here tbrCrmral baa been W general
UMfor ester! yeara, can be exhibited. '
Tit nuduretcuod hu bevneogaged iu rarknt modes
of Oinunt ruuiiug lor nuy ear., and naltrra bunaelf
thai be Uaa g.tuoxt e eawrteace aud kauwknlge
-luriug tual mue.
1 have iu-uie arraugntaeut Iu receive a saperior
iin purled article of Kowitng Felt (row Lpsuitiusi Uao.
Taut, New York.
temple ef Kouong lo be eea at oBV.
J. T. NATHCTLST,
Otfiea No. 15 Deadertck Mreet,
Buylk-tai Maaavuxs, Tftaa.
SAVE MONEY & KEEP COOL,!!
""VI R Ice ftepriu arc Dow tn readuieesj, and we earaesw
J IT reqeeel all who w U to bey Ice during the w
eoa at a antform iwa-e. to ceil aad supiily theauclve
wtta urkru and rege.u-r tbear Baae a regular pat'
rose thereby aave aa advano oa Ut artaJe ta Ue
taller Hart ta the urawo.
Our offices are. Cherry Mreet, aext dour to the Baak
ef Jeaneeeee ; at Hardcaatle', Freat alreat, aad oa
eeraer of uutrcai aad tc lUe-u.
C. K- B. MABTTy,
apr20-f D. LAW KEN CK.
. . '' HOT II LAST IRON.
fZf TONS ILiNUINU ROCK IRON oa hand aad;ror
Cheaper than ercr for Cash ! !
. SPRING AND SU3LSIEII
BOOTS, SHOES, nATS, AXD CAPS.
TSo. 36 & 59 Corner of College and Broadway,
HAS received his sto-lc of .BOOTS.
HOES, HATS, and TRUNKS, for the
Spring and Summer trade, consisting
pari as ionows, viz :
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' One Kid and Morocco Bootees, thin and thick
sole, witli heels;
" line kid and " pUin and trimmed ;
u Lasting Gaiters, side and front laced,
" " Congress "
"kid " Buskins and Front Tie:
Misses fine Kid and Morocco Slippers and Bootees;
" and children' Lasting Gaiter and '
Childrens' fine Kid and Morocco thick and pump sole;
rancy Boom and Clippers;
Womens' extra siae Kid Boots, Buukins, kc.
44 44 44 Morocco Boots and Buskins
Servants' heavy Calf, Kip and Morocco, extra
For Gents and Boys.
Gents' line Pegged and Laced Boots;
44 44 44 Opera 44
uuu patent kid and buck-skin Congress
" " " " kid and 44 Oxford Ties;
" " ' Broad strap Shoes, pump and welt;
For sale by B. R. CCTTER,
No. 86 and 89, cor. College and Praidwav,
mar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
3Arir FEET on hand, of all sizes, from two to
UUU twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong lare Leather; to all of which I invite the at
tention or all planters and machinest to the above
articles, which will be sold on the best terms for cash,
-" o anu o;, corner or Broadway and College
B. R. CCTTER.
Gent's Shoes an 1 Gaiters.
GENTLEMEN will And a good assortment of FINE
SHOES, and GA1TEKS, of tl very best quality,
aim ui low prices, a& me store oi
JOHN RAM AGE.
42 College Street.
SNYDER & PR1ZZELL
A UIZ now octiirg a choice and well selected slock
ot KooTS and SHOES, suitable to the season, and
at prices to correspond with the times. Consisting in
Oent's fine Calf Boots and Caitors;
do Patent Leather Gaiters, Oxford Ties;
do Calf Oxford Ties and tasting do;
do Cloth and Lasting liaiu-rs;
do (ilfaud Patent Leather Strap Shoes.
Ia lics' Gaitors, plain, with and without heels;
t!' Slippers, do do
'o Fine Toilet Slipiers;
i Fine White Kid and Satin Slippers;
i!o do do . alters;
' Kid Duskins, with and witiiout heels
M :hi-s" Caitersaud Slippers, with and without heels
ilo Kid lNits, w ith and without heels;
Children's shoes cf every variety;
Bovs' and Youths' Shoesof every variety.
Of IheatMfve we have something very nice for MAY
DAY. Also Servant' Shoes and Pegged Work of all
kinds Call at No. 21 Public S-piare.
april30 21 l'uhlc Square,
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
X ADIES due Brown Italian Cloth Cong, heel Gaiters.
I a 44 44 44 " Button 41
44 44 Ulark 4 4 44 - 4 4 4
44 44 Kid S'ipiers handsome trimmings.
44 44 Kid i.aiters. with and without heels.
44 44 Side lo e heel (Jailers.
44 44 44 44 plain 44
41 44 Congress Gaiters.
At No. 21 Public Square.
je25-tf SNYDER it FR1ZZEI.L.
Fine Coots. Shoes and (.niters.
l-AY A 1 Ul V A lS.
Ko. 42 Collcee Mreil, .'Vai.Ii lllc,
TS now receiving a large and excelleut atock of 1 a-
JL dies' and Cents Wear, and lir Hisses, lkij s and
Gent's (alf Stitched and I'ump Sole Boots;
44 French t'atent Leather and Cjll Con. Gaiter.
44 44 44 44 Calf New Top
44 Black Cioth and I'mnella '
44 EngUsh luting and Call Kid Ties;
44 buckskin New Orleans 44
44 Call English stitched down Punip Shoes;
44 Ijistitig, Oxford and Dress Shoes;
44 Calf, Kid and boot Morocco Oxfords;
44 Call L'uion half Gaiters.
Ladies French Ijistuig Congress G liters, w th atij
Ladies kil Congress Doots, do do do
44 Italian loth Lace Gaiters, do do
44 French Kid Slipiers li uiiiiied, do
44 White Satiu and Kid du do
" Fiue Lasting Itiifkuis:
Hisses Kid HoolA, wall and without neels;
44 lilack and Brown Gaiters, do do
44 Black Kid and Brouied Sli, do
44 Lasting Gaiters, plain aud tipod, do
Children's Kid aud Bronzed hall Nippers;
44 Bluek and colored landing (iiiwrs;
Boy 'Band Youth's Oxford Ties; Congress Gaiters; Pat
ent Leather aud Cull' Dret-s .-lloes, lasting Ties, kc.
UkuyAt- JOHN ItAMAGE
LAI-1ES French extra s:z-d Dreffs Truiikis;
4 Medium Tray I'ucking 44
44 Boiiuet Boxes, with and without Trays;
And an assortment of Travelliui.' ligs.
aug!7 4-1 College street.
LADUH Sole Ix-allier Covered Trunks;
44 French 1 ires Trunks, large sixes;
44 Flat and Bound Top Tray Trunks;
,44 Traveling Satchels.
Gent's No. 1 English Nile leather Trunk;
44 Busael anil Iron Frame do;
44 Sole Leallier Buggy do;
44 Ashland Sole leather Valines;
44 Traveling Bags, Ac, Kc, kc;
Just received au-i lor sale very low for Cash, at No.
42 College street, by
jei- f JOHN KAUAGE.
BRADSIIAW & RUTLAND
HAVE Just received a freah stock of BOOTS AND
SHOES for the Spring aud Summer trade, which
will be sold at Low 1'uiits.
Ladies Last. Cong, a: Laced GtuWis, with and without
Ladle Kid Cong, k I-aced Kid Boots, du. do.;
44 44 Slipiiern, do. do. ;
44 White Kid and Satin Slippeis
" Embroidered, Bronze and Velvet Slipper.
Mlaaea aud Children.
Misses Kid aud l. rloola, with auu wituout heels;
44 I.nt tiaiter 44 44 44
44 Ki t Slippers; 44 44 44
Child. 44 44
Boys Fine Calf sewed and pegged Bonis;
" 44 44 44 Oxioru Tu.; aud other article
for boys and youth wear.
Gents Extra Calf Pump and aiathed Boots;
4 44 44 44 44 44 tnugresa Gaiters.
u t. 44 4 . oxl.lTie;
" 44 Pnt. leather Pump Congress Ga.tors;
44 44 Calf 44 44
44 44 Pat Leallier Oxford Ties,
Cloth Cong. Gaiters and Il Tie, and Calf Pttlenl
Litaiher Mrap Shoes 4if all kliei,uiUble for the Spriug
and Summer trade. Call at No. .So, t'nton street.
may 11-lf Bit A DslI AW A hi TLA.Ml.
Sole Leather Ti unks aud Valicrs
LAM liS Nu.l.sule Leather Trunks;
44 44 44 44 aud Kip Eonnel Boxee;
laulai Packing Trunks;
Genu fiote Leaiiier Trunks;
44 HiiKM-tt and Iron Frame Trunks;
All of which will be sold at very low prices by
uu.utiuw t iinu.vn
may 11-If Nil. 3 1'ni'in rt.
Change of Schedule.
UtyiJ W-jjjz,-! eUiX
SISUV0LE l-VU tUlTTiAOOCl RULE 0 AD.
X-9" D0UELE U.ULY TKAlXS-.
EACH WAY OVLll TUB BUAIJ.
,Naod after SUNDAY, JLLY lllh, ISM, the Pa
enrer Train will run aa follow :
LeaV Naahnlle daily at 4 A. U. and 2 JM P. M.
Arriving at Chattanooga atvi'o p. V. and 1)1 II.
Leave Chattaaonr at a A. M aud B p M.
Arming at Na-hviilel 1 Ml P. M. aud ti.10 A. M.
llirvUaU uckeu are Bold at Naalivulo to Ute fullow-
ing plarea aud at pra ee named:
VcMmsviUe. M M
AugtMa, Ga. ,
w UlUlliCUMI. H. C. ,
1.) nchburg, I a.,
Petersourg , a. ,
f IS 60
l i o-i
HouuvUte, Ala., T 00
Mcaipb,Tun., 13 W
JuncGou, Teua., 11 fo
AttanU.Ga., 10 00
alacoo.t.a., 14 00
MtuitgnuM-ry, Ala., II oo
Ikt UMU , s. c. , -jo 00
hevanaan, Ga., V On
New Oriraaa. IS Ot
The T let ')"!- to U lite 1wur IV',h ta
open ea kmtr Gfore the tlai tuig td aet h Ir.lu, wtiirb
allow aop4e ume rnr the pun luae ut lakl. U m
vpea at bu olWer time .lurieg the day. !-aaa.itef
for the Eaat-ru cila-a bote on Ute it A. AI. Trass,
whirb coenecu liirvug-ul wtth Train oa the etfler
road. Time to Kjchuxiad 43 hour; Waabingtoa Iwe
day; rbiatderpbia two and a half, aad Xrw orH
Uiree aaya- Tin. m tbe cacwjxasi aed boat rvele from
NaanvilW U the EaeC .
Ser Orlran ueogers leave oa the 1 30 P. U
Tnua, arrtvinf at Metuitiia to list toeaBrct MNe
Or Inns, oa Uh ereouig tT Uie aext day , and go
ihioegn with boaU wiUiout aeteauua at Metuptiek.
Tbuee lor MrMiaavdie, Sparta, and IWraheba pcuig,
Icsve Naahviile na the JJP. M. Train, whirk r4
aeci directly at Tellaltweaa wsa the Traia fur McMaure
ville. Person kiaviag UrMiaavltle ta the Bturaiag
arrive at NaahvilW at 1.30 T. aL
Al Kaabvtlle, Uaare ar bwale wkah leave daily for
Scaiiaiaiid , aad eoeaert wnh bual lor dWrvot i uriw
a the Otuoaad Miaaiaaippl nvere; also, a daily kaeof
tage fer LooavUae, leaving every Btvrao va U
arival of lb ausb exprea
By thai change of scnedwja, th Traia froe Ieos
phi conaeeta uirert at ttveaa wita eur up aad
dues day T."ma, cauaiuf no delay to KaabviUeend
fcaatera aaaeiiter. and ee Lr m gauied over the
foriuar schedule W gVBf J Mvni-bi ttvm NaakvOi.
C. U iMifctlN, ,
-. . .C4Ual ra-ke4 A4aA(
Tennessee & Alaharaa . Itaiiroad
. CHANGE OP'sCliEnCLE.'. ' -
OV and after Wednesday, Angtist .18th, 18S8, th
Trains will run as follows: . : : '
Pusvnger. Pass'r rr i
Arrive at Franklin,
6.. -10 A.
. 7.05 "
a ) :
9 0 l
Leave Franklin, . .
Arrive at Thompson's, '
Leave " 44 . - '
.145 . 4.C5 "
"15 " . ' 4 55 44
- 8.30 10 '
W. O'N. 1'ERKINS, Sup't.
JULY 10th, 1858. ' - '
Through Rates of Freishl from
New York to Nashville,
In connection with New York Side Wheel and Screw
Steamship Lines, to
CIUBLESTO.Y AKD SAVAXXAIT.
New York to Kaiabvlllr.
First class, per 100 lb 11 M'
Second class, 44 1 S8
Third class, 44 1 10
Hats in Boxes, 44 a It
Special Rates. 44 X SO
CLASSIFICATION ON TBS ABOVE B0TJTEH
Ft rat CI a as.
Piano Fortes, Books, Stationery, Boots. Shoe. Li
quors, Oils, kc, in bottles: Canuilietie and Spirit Tur
pentine in barrels; Carpeting, China, Glass aud Glaea.
ware. In cases: Clocks, Cnle.-t:onerie(, Cotton Cards:
Cutlery, tn cases, casks, and boxes; Dry Goods, in
boxes and bales; D-ugs, Fruit Tree and Shrubbery,
Fur,(inrden Seeds, Looking-Glantes, and Looking
Glass plates, (at owner's risk:) Ovsters In cans and
jars; Saddlery, Tin and Dritauuia Ware; Tea and
Hardware, fexcopt such as specified In First and
Third classes,) Collee Mills, Machinery; Foreicn Ij-
quors, tu 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; Rice.
Whiliug, Plaster, Sheet Brass and Copper.
Axes, Shovels, Spade, Sid Irons. Zinc and Tin In
pigs, Tin Plate, Anvils.Vicee, cask or Chains and Hoes,
Manilla and Cotton Cordage, Coffee, Heavy Castings,
Mill Gearing, Carrlaee Srini: and Axles, Railroad
W heel and Axles, (.hairs, spikes, and Koem In bbls
Fnmiture and Carriages boxed, and other lurht ar
tides not enumerated; also. Carboys of Acids, or oth
er Chemicals, will be charged by actual weight, at
double First Class rates.
r No charge for drnysge, wharfage, or forward
ing The above rates cover all expense from New
York m Nashville.
MrS" Stevenson and all stations on Nashville and
Chattanooga Koad, west of Sleveuson, entitled lo above
Fy the above Lines V Per cent, less than bv Pilta.
bum, Wheeling, I'arkei Hburg aud the Ohio River,
making a difference of 60 to 75 cent per 100 pounds
on drv goods.
Tt T" Koad will not bo responsible for any damaccs
occurring at sea.
Goods fIhimmvI via Savannah should he consumed la
Agent Central Itaiiroad, Savalinuh, .a.
.ooti stnpied via I liar ecton should be consicned ta
Agent South Caro ina lluilnaid, rimrleston.
CHAKU-S W. ANDEliSON,
Jyli-tf Ceneral Agent.
Smitlilaud, Pad nca !i, I.oiiitt
ville, St. Iotiis and 3Iemiiliift
ivv.r. v ii a v a eiv VaTv s.
LEAVING NASIIVUXE OS
Monday, At ed uradu) , 'l liuredaya.
and Saturdaja, at lOoVleck. ..
The new splendid passenger steamer. MIN ETONKA.
Capt. II. C. Mathonv, will leave Nuahviileou VIonduy
ami Tlutrsdav lit 10 o'olork, A. M.
Tlie liyht ui aught paseucer stenmer. Cl'ItA. Ca'iL
Jamvk W. Hi-.nt, will iave Nashville on Wednesdays,
and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, A. M.
The likllit-drnuglit iasKeiiger i-tamer BIjVN'CHE
LEWIS, Capt. John I BaTKHa.v, w ill Uve Nashville
ou Tuesdays and Frlilays. at 10 o'clock, A M.
The aSove named arc tlrst class lielit itrnucht Pas
sencer Bouts, and tliey will leave regularly n their
aiMitnled days, making conuertions at l'adiicah with
the I uitd Skites Mall imckets for the above named
places. For freight or passage apply on hoard or lo
jeVJ-tr A. HAMILTON, Aoawr.
i7 a u n iiVaiivrKii.
Cabin lassa?e to etv York $'20.
Steerasce w " " SG.
NEW-YORK & CHARLESTON SIDE WHEEL
TJ. B. MALL STEAMSHIPS.
Through in 48 to SO Honrs.
Steamship coLl'MIHA, mm) tous...M. Berry, Comdr.
NAMltIlLr:.lStM)uis..LM. Murrav, 44
" J AMK. AI n.ER, l.VKI tons. . K. Ailams, 44
44 MAKION, I.SuO Ions W.J. Foster, 44
LEAVES Adger' Wharves every Wednesday and
Saturday, of kioa water.
Ihei-e sieaiuiis were all built expressly for thi
line, and for safety, eed and comfort are um tvallud
ou the roai-t. I allies sutitilied with every luxurv.
Attentive and courteous Commander will eunire trav
elers by this line every .Milile comfort, liavtug elo
gnnt Slate lliaim accouinitKlutions.
Cabin I'aSMnge J0
For Ireight or aiHaie aftplv l
1IIAKY illSSl'.ooN k CO., Agents,
Corner Eaat Bav aud Adger's South Wharf,
JylO-lf CbarlesUm, S. C.
FOR NEW YORK.
V A 11 Va
TT'I'.EIGHT lower titan by auy other Steamers I
X1 Cents p.T foot. FOK AU. KINDS OF MKASlHE-
WENT GiMlliS. J.tght BaKKMia, 7a ceute eai h, and
other artu le ia jnvporlvm!
The splendid and ceuiuiodlou ante w heel Steamer
ACCCSTA, l.ftoo urns Capt. M. S. Woojhull.
FLOK1DA, l,aw) 44 .'..'... Isaac Orowell.
ALAUAUA,....lo0 44 44 Oeo.K.hcbenck
ab niiMT rvaMS raorcusB
STAR OF THE SOUTH. 1 ,100 tons,.. .Capt. Tho. Lyon.
Tbeee Steamship belong to the old established aud
favorite line, known aa the 4Ncw York and Savannah
Steam Navigation Company," aud iu comfort, aocora
tnodatioti aud tare, eauuot be excellod. They are
commanded by experienced, kllllul, careful and po
lite out uora.
PADELFOBD, FAY k CO.,
SAII'L. L. allTClULL k SON.
n;y-6lf Agents, Now York.
Freights by Sail Vevtels and Pro
New Yorli, PliiladelpLia, Boston
MEI:CHANTS who may ship by the above veaael
are mfnrmod that by consigning their good to
ihe agent of the South Carolina Kailroad, Charleston,
or agenu of Central Hail road, ;-vauitah, they will be
forwarded fp-e of romtiiiaaioii, (drayage aud aharf
agr only charged,) and be sent through at the follow
Firwt (Vi, per 100 lb $1 35 '
Second Claa 1 00
Third Clan b0
Sjecial raK' for light food, per 100 lb 2 70
Bill allowing amount ia.d veaaein uud amount char;.
ed for drayage and wharface, will be mailed u con.
igue4. CHAS. W. ANDERSON,
May -9 tf General Ageut.
November 9, IS 7.
aud folumbus and
EXCLUSIVELT AN EASTERN S0UTZ.
6tenbenTill, .. '
To all (he Eastern Cities.
A.M. Ligbtnnig Expreve, through to Odumbus, aud
O lleveland without change of car, IJUl". M. Ere.
aing txprr. th rough to Belhur aadPittaburc wtthoat
chauge of cat.
K'nr Dally Xralaa.
FIKST TRAIN Cleveland, D.Uaburg, SteubavlU,
and w heehnr Llghlau-f Expras lavaa CmcinuaU at
o'clock A. at..(ur ail the 1 at era ciuee aleo, bjicmg -fed.
This train step Ivrtweea Oacinaatiaad Cutuxabtis at
Larvelaitd, Uorrear, Xeuia, aad Lo'i"U only.
.tVND TlUlN.-Vv eland txpre Uail leaves
(tncmeailat t 40 A. it. Vt ltunkirt: , UuiIaI'i, New York
Ik'.ton, c, Vl hecung, lUluowre, l'h.U4' lpla. Waalf
mr um l it v .
Tbta tiaia o at ail putou eweta CWauaall aad
THIU' TRAIN. ccominoiaUoo Ive ClaclntvaU
at 4 r. M. for SpringtWdd and tolumbua.
This tmm alae snake coum laKis for Wilmltigtoa ,
Laacaaw and Zaacwv lite. Thai train Wp at ail pots la
bvtweeo Ctiiciaaatl aad Culuaubea.
Foi'KTH TRAIN. Cleveland, Plltabart and Wheel.
Ing Nut hi Expreea Leave Clue in nail A tAOa'clock
f. M , ar all the taavra ctOe.
Ta traia awope at all puutta betweea Qpclnnatl aatf -Col
Ne trass oa flaadaya. '
Trains run by Culiuubal time . eevea (alaoAM fatter
taaa Ciprmeaii tuw.
'r Xhroas; l Tickets
And all lafornaai- ai OucaxMati phnae aptdy at the
LitU atuaeat and Cuvu:gua aad Leaiugtua ojhee, No. t
bureau Howe, or at tbe Old Oftue, eoaUt-eaet ooraer
Breadwy aad Freel, eppocte Speacer llouae, or al
th fcaater Depei.
J. DCRAVP, Su porta land ant
C f. miTK, Geaaral Ticket Agrnl.
TUT OJINIBCS LINE caii fer paeengr at all the
priacipal aetrl for each and every traia. Mr loartug
duwruua at either tae above enVee, will eail lor
maaeafers la all Paxu of ta city, w shoot fad.
i.oT. li. U. tt. fcL'UiUS, Cua4uctor.
i . I'
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