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ASlWIllAli RACES.
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PALL MEETIVC, 1858, will commence on Monday,
September 27th, wrth a sweepstake with three
Year olds A300 entrance $100 forfeit. Two mile
heats. Eight en trie. , -
Ell Odom names br f Mary Wylie, by Albion, dan
A by So-ereign-
v Also, names en I, oy Aioion, nam Ann nase, j
Leviathan.
Blytbe ft Guild name Hiawatha, by Albion, dam by
Sovereign.
W. G. Harding names br f Tennessee by Epsilon,
dam Kate King, by riam.
Aieo, names ch f by Albion, dam Delta, by Priam.
T. . Moore names b f Betty Maney, by Shamrock,
dnra Ida, by Belsbazzar. '
W. T. Roundtree names ch f, by Glencoe, dam Jane
Watson, by Prinm.
Also, names ch f, by Albion, dam by Priam.
t i , : i TCESnAV, 28th.
Weepstate with two year olds, one mile out $300
entrance 100 forfeit, Seven entries.
James Jacks, in names ch f Fanny Bugg, by Am
bassador, dam Ida, by Belshaztir.
A. Barnes names b f, by Albion, dam Ann Chase,
by Leviathan.
W. T. Ronndtree names ch c, by Epsilon, dam by
Glencoe.
Hugh Calgy names b c, by Albion, dam by Levia
than. W. T. Cheatham names ch c, by Glencoe, dam by
Leviathan.
Eli Odom names b e, bv Albion, dnm by Sovereign.
Also, names b f, by Albion, dam by Sovereign.
bcoxd B-ca. With untried three year olds $200
' entrance Se forfeit. Throe entries.
. W. T. Cheatham names ch f, by Glencoe, dam by
Lor in than.
Rlytbe A Guild names F.flle Bean.
W. T. Roundtree names ch f, by Albion, dam Eu
dora,by Priam.
, Tuikd Rc- Giles eoonty stake, with three year
olds $300 entrance, play or pay. Three entries.
WEDNESDAY, 29th.
Jockey Club Purse, $250. Two mile heats.
. THURSDAY, 80th. '
Jockey Club Purse, $150. One mile beat. - -r-scoxD
R ex. Sweepstake with untried three year
lls $100 entrance $-5 forfeit. One mils beats.
Five entries.
P. P. Hadley names b c, by Allen Brown, dam by
Priam.
W. T. Roundtree names ch f, by Albion, dam by
Little Trick, by Priam. ....-
T. G. Moore names ch g, by 3d Boston, dam by Le-
Ylaltian.
W. T. Cheatham names ch f. oy Glencoe, dam by
Leviathan.
E. Merriwether names ch c, by Ambassador, dam
iy Pacific.
FRIDAY.
Jkey Club Purse $200 one mile heats, three best
in nve.
SATURDAY.
Jockey Club Purse $250 two mile heats.
augJdwtd 8. J. CARTER, Proprietor,
MEMPHIS RACES.
THE Races over the Memphis Course will commenc
on TUESDAY, October 19th, lS48,and conlinu
FIVE PAYS.
HRST PAY, Tcbdit, October 19. The "W.ixiea
Ptakk," for three year ohts, S'JUO entrance; aoo for
felt. Mile heats; three or more to till the stake; the
. Club to add $1'00, provided the race in run; to name
and close on the 1st day or August, lias. security
will be required for the forfeit in Uie above stake.
&ams DT Jockey Club Purse $So0. Three mile
bents.
SECOND PAY, WsnywriAT, October 20. Jockey
Club Purse $3(K). Mae beatf , three In nve.
Sjisk l)r. Sweeiistako for two year olds; t'JOOen
t Oil the stake now three entries. Security will be
required for the forfeit.
THIRD DAY. TitLKauAT. October 21. The "Habpkk
e-TAKK," for three year olds. Two mile heats; $300
entrance; $100 forfeit: three or more to till the stake;
the Club to adit $.)0, provided tho rare is run; t
name and close on 1st day of August, 1858 Fecunt
ill be required for the forfeit.
FOURTH PAY, Fstiuv, October T2 Jockey Clu
Ptir-e $4i 0. Two mile hi-uts.
KITH PAY, SiTUKHAT. Oi:tober 23. Jockey Clu
Purse $1,(X 0. Four mile licau
JITS- A "Walk Over" the above Course entitles t
hori to the full amount of JocUey Club purses.
ir7AH entries, with forfeits secured, must be ilU
reeled U
WM T. ROUNDTREE, Propbiktor.
Jo30-td MonutliU Tcnn
Durlmiorr, Cutlrr", &r.
PALL&CUMINGHAM
Importers sud Jobbers of
Table Cutlery,
Shot Guns,
Jlechanics' Tools,
Pocket Cutlery,
Saddlery Hardware,
Axes, Chains, &c.,
HAVE Just received and opened their Fall and Win
ter Stock of
HARDWARE AM) CUTLERY,
Of every description, to which they invite the at ten.
tKa of dealers visiting tins market. Tbeir stock is
large and well assorted, oderinj inducements to all
who desire a good selection of HKST HAND GOOD
tm accommodating terms. ,
No. 47 Public Square.
aug25-dtri- waw-1 ra
Notice of Dissolution.
THE copartnership heretofore existing under the
firm style of WIU.IAMS AC1 , was this day dis
solved by muliL.1 consent Jonx Wilijams succeeding
t the busineas and hooks or Williams & Co.
All persons indebted to said firm are requested to
call and settle without delay. aug3-lm
NEW ARRANGEMENT.
Having succeeded to the
business of Wiluams & Co., I
will continue the general
Hardware business heretofore
conducted by them; but from
" and after this date my sales
will be exclusively for cash.
Being determined to adhere
' strictly to this principle, the
prices of goods will be reduc
ed to a proper extent below ,
tho credit prices heretofore
charged, and to all persons de
siring to purchase anything in
lny line of business ior cash, I
, will offer such inducements as '
will make it to their interest
rto trade with me. I have on
hand a good stock of Building
'Hardware of ' every kind,
Blacksmiths' and Carpenters
Tools, Table and Pocket Cut
lery, Guns, Itiiles, Pistols, tfcc,
&c, all which will be sold at
reduced prices.
IT YOU WAST TllH WORTH Or T0VR M0XKY
CALL ox , . , ; .
3 WILLIAMS,
' (Ai the old Stand of Ktrkman If EUit,)
No. 31 Public Square,
aug3-4lm .. . KASHVUXF. TXNS
Jltillinm) (DooiSe
Atlantic Telegraph Successful.
185H. , lHoH.
, FALL TRADE,
AT THE
New York Millinery Empoiium,
33 I nUn St., Nhrlll( Tun.
MUS. DOYLK
RESPECTTVIXY announces to the ladles or Naab.
villa, Slat of TeuueSMte, and adjoining catM,
iuai she will receive ta a tew nays trout New York
the largest and mast magnlAcent auicks of
FrencU Pattern Bonnet,
as well as the cheapest ever brought to this eay, In
i&rt as follow. :
1000 Fall aud Winter DonneU, all colors;. t
1600 Ladies and tUaeos Urvwa aud White Leg bora
UlotMuers,new atylon;
MO ChenMt, Fancy Bugle, iUrvbeaa, riaia aa4 Fkw-
er Head Ureases; .. ..
M0 LAdwis' Ureas Ca;
1MW Hoses stra.ttae Fmaob Flowers for J'fcrty aad.
BridaJ appoinunenw;
1M0 pieces Rich Waiter Bonnet Ribbons, Dew styles ;
2M boxes Whits, Red and cviursd Flunwa. . . -
Embroideries,
ir.
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gucb as Collars, Seeves, Ilandksrcaieni.Seus,' Bands,
..., tM'gUobes, Woiau and Capes. A large
lot of faUiut t kiru and Corsets. Lotb Uosks f lb
laoat pop4 ar styles. Fur isj greu qttaauiy, all ths
way Irwut Uiv Korky ttoumams.
vi asets rstovaUMl aad rotrUsae4 1st Ko.
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CINCmiVATXiDISTIIalsEUY.
PIKE S
WHISKEY
Cincinnati
r orncj.
S.KPIKE'S
C 12 Tj IC J3 11ATK JJ
S. N. PIKE,
No. 18 and 20 Sycamore street,
- CINCINNATI, OHIO,
SOLE MAXCKACTCRER OF THE CELEBRATED
Magnolia Whisky;
ALSO,
ALL K1XLS OF DOMESTIC LiqrORS,
Cologne and lure Spirits,
" AtCOliOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large supply of old and cboice
Bonrbon, Rye and 3Ionongahcla Whisky.
apr23-ly
ll()BT. 310011E,
COMMISSION
.-;MFiUCllAST.
No. 30, Front .Street,
T , , Cincinnati, Ohio.
PARTICULAR attention given toflllinp or
ders for OUlVKR, TIMOTHY and other I
seed: CASTLES, SOAH, LARIl UNSEED .
OII; CI!FrE, RUTTER, CORPAGE, and arUcios of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.
JtgT HurcliaKes made for ciish.uud prompt custom
ers, got all the ad vantages of discounts and low prices
which money ccnimand8.SA .
J.in. 14
V. W. llAMliU 5ki CO.,
MANTFACTITKKKS OP
Portable firindin and Bolting
FLOUR MILLS,
Corner of Western Row and Second Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
IT") tfT
WE FURMSII A COMPLETE 3IILL AT $550.
THIS comprises French Burrs, 30 inches (n iron
frame). Bolting Chet, two pairs of conveyors,
two gets of Elevators, with Beiting and Gearing, all
ready to run; Reel 3 feet in diameter and 10 fect long,
and Silk Bolting Cloth, (best Dutch Anker brand.)
We guaranty this Mill to turn out
Fifty Barrels of Flour per Day!
We build large sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machines, Flour lackcrs, kc, and furnish
to order
Engines, Boilera and 71111 Gearing: of
ait Kin an.
Tbo best Putcb Anker brand Bolting Cloth and Belt
ing of ail sixs at lowest prices.
Circulars, givicg particuUrs, sent npon application
with tump enclosed.
febl? dly W. W. HAMER CO.
Stones, (Lin UJareelr.
J. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer and Sealer la
STOVES, TIN-WARE
AND
CASTINGS!
KEEPS constantly on band for sale at tho I owest
Trices,
WOOD AND COAL.V
COOKING STOVES
IIEATIXG AND OFFICE STOVES,
COAL aATUliS,
ronr sizes, and best make, put up and warranted.
Wroaght-Irou Cooking Stores,
For wood, fou'kries the best Cooking Stove now in
use will last, ith care, from fifteen to eighteen years
and cook with greater convenience and in less time
than any Cast-iron Stove. 1 have also Just received
the following : . ...
rOu Hundred, Assorted Sites,
NASSER'S 5 MIM'TE ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
the beat tbat is uow in use
Wulor Coolers, all sist'S and patterns.
Refrigerator fr kr-4ug Uwu aud Butter.
Fine astortineut of Chamber Toilet Setts.
Talent Knile Cloanurs.
Fruit Cans ! my own make, will keep a good supply
made tn the best mauuer cither for saaliug or solder
Old Dominion Coffee Pots;
Best article for making Cotf-e now tn use will mak
with oue lliird leas tuitloml and purer and stronger
than auy oilier, beaiilM reuauug all tho aroma of the
Couee. For sale by
J. W. WILSON,
eaayft-tf No. IT Coilie st
Coal Oil Lamps
JTST received 110 Knap k Jones s TaU-nt Coal Oil
Lamp, various aiaea aud 1W, whk b iwkt
pure white aud su-ady light, without greao, odor or
amke. Also, a good supply of the Coal thl.
Lamps aud Oil fur aJa by
J. W. WH.S0M,
ng7-tf 17 College st.
THE OLD DOMINION
COFPK Is lOT.
aHlSnewfAwmPoT, for wUkh patent has been
Usued , pomcsses this adraatagaover all others :
you luay boil ooflee in it for any leugib of tun j, with-
out a parvcte oi uie sireugtn or aruuta eacapta i. tKi
foartU k- colW isrotjuii ea, aud the lull flavor of the
berry rvuined. A lariia number of lest imontala aav
been received from those who have aaod IC U'a
bars siaa.-e for only on : ,
i Tm Uui DoxtMoj Conut Pot. B"a hare had la dm
mvw, for over two months, one of Uteae much talked
of cvdeo pnta, and we flint that ft docs. In ail reapocla,
what u claiiuud lor ik. Vott may boil eoltoe in Uie Old
Duuiiniua for any length of tune you cIhmmus, aad yet
toast none of the ducala arutua or alrvugth. This
desirable end u atuiuvd by a simple, but iiigeaHnM,
conirivanca u Uw aluape of condauaer, wtttt dou
ble siphons, by uteaaa of e-hirh, Ui aruuta bearing
vapor, wha-h uaiially goes ail over tho boose or p
the chimney, ia condriiod and iarowa back into Um
ool' boiler, aud you hare tvs dattctous flavor la the
cup you brmg to ymtr lips, la all our esporieaeo a
coitaalruikuig, we never foaad anyttuof oottal w
what we bow have daily at our nmfnun meal. It at
the perteclioa of ootli-UitdeliAia hmmimg Jour-
Mi,
OSiesl,lH',t.S.4,e,10,aB4 ltaaarta. Lar
ger aiaca madi; tu order. ... . .
far aale by
J. XV. WILSO.t,
Maahvllle, Tenn.
Notice , of Dissolution.
fTMIE nartnershln lUa balweoa B. LAMER k
JL Fjl. MimJ., aoder the stylo vt B. LAXUJt
Co. . la this day diaaulved. B. Laawr having purchas
ed Gw. MlU I (aura UiUm-mI la the fata arm , Maioae
autborlswt u aniUa as lli saaje. B. LAMER.
Befsrri&f U th abovs aotieo, I uks trsai
pWasurs m roouianivnduif to my frmada my lata a.
n-au ta auauMMs, but. a. Lier, as a gaatioaMa
v.-y way wormy of tasir BuaHani pelreaagn.
s
.i . it.
M ATS o if m o use:
' Situated on Market Street, .-
" NASIIVlLIaE, TENNESSEE. ,
. Ani na.r th PnMia Eauare.
1 now open for the accommodation of the
1 nublic. Tho linnM has ben tiiorouchlv iasai
rtnttvatfA .rwl roriirntBh.H ThA ProfMrietOr lii
is dutermiued br attcDtkm to the e mfort of
his guests, to merit the patronage f the public.
-.. , frleesi. ' ''
Board per day... .;. ,.t 50
Board pur week ..83 50
febll tf THOMAS S. WATSON, Proprietor.
NATIONAL 'HOTEL,
Fornterly Franklia Honae,l
clarksvjl.ee, tenn.
E. 8PVRBIER, Proprietol
I WOULD Inform the Trareling Community iTIt
and all others visiting Clarksville. that I nave r!,;;j
pure baed this Hotel, and have changed the JUiil
name, as will be seen above, and I intend to remode
it entirely during the present year, and shall use every
exertion to merit the patronage of all who will be
pleased to call on ma
apr!2-ly - - - ' ' E. SI'URRTrR.
- Broadway House.
fTHE above Hotie having been thoroughly
X re-fitted Is now oocn for Ihe rcceMion of ie
travelers. The proprietor hones from his
long exoerleuce in the bumness. and bis de-
Wrmination to spare no pains In supplying bis table
with the best that the market affords, to merit and re
ceive a share of patronage.
.Terms.
Day Boarders ....$1 50
Week.... 3 60
WM. M. WIXB0URN,
mar22 Proprietor.
IaIXCOIaTX I1013SIV
TCLLAHOMA, TESX.
JO, B. SMITH, Proprietor.
HAVTXG taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor me with a
call. Of my frieuds, and the citizens of Nashville and
Davidson county, I would solicit patronage. My table
will at all times be provided with the beKt the country
affords, and every care wiff be tikon to please all.
Tbero Is a good livery Stable contiguous to this
house, and the Fayetteville, Mulberry and Lynchburg
Mail and Passenger Coach loaves this Hotel every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday for the above places, at
lJi o'clock, I'. M., and returning every Tuotwlay,
Thursday and Saturday, at 11 o'clock, A. M., making
connections with the Nashville and Chattanooga, and
McMinnville and Manchester Mail Trains.
Tullahoiua, August 13, 1857. raA
Metropolitan Eating House
THIS fashionable and popular Eat- eyi'ffH h
tug HouHe is JtiFt in receipt of a i?. y-s
superior lot of Freah Oysters, Ugether wiUi all
kinds of Game, which will served up in gplindid
style at all hours of the day. Thankful for the liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed upon our house, we
trust by close attention to the wants of our customers,
we shall continue to merit the same in the future.
J. k W. MCKJKE,
FebS tf Corner of Cedar and Cherry sts.
NASHVILLE LSIRAXCE OFFICE
7i:TAA INSU18 ancj: C03IPANY
CHARTERED 1819,
Cash Capital and Assets $1 500,000.
HARTFORD FIRE ixsi'RAXCE COMPAXY,
CHARTERED 1RI0,
Cash Capital and Assets (637,000.
Phoenix Insurance Company,
Cash Capital and Assets $341,000.
QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
THILADELPHIA,
Cash Capital and Assets-$277.G6.85.
New-York. Life Insurance Co.,
Accumulated Capital-$1,00,4000.
Fire, Marine, Inland, Hull, and Life Risks taken on
equitable terms. JOSEPH NASH,
No. 25 College Ptreet, opposite the Sewanee House.
Nashville, Jan. 25. 1858
TENNESSEE MARINE
AXD
FIRE INSURANCE C03IPAKY.
Capital $1 50,000!!
OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public
Square, over Dyer Pearl's Exchange
c. lory win i&kc risks ou uwemugs Vfm)
and other Houses. Goods in Store, against
Loss or Damage by Fire. Also Mann and River haz
ards, from and to all ports.
ALSO
NegToes against ths Dangers of the Hirer.
DIRECTOR:
john m. iihx. joseph vaclx.
james ct)rkey. thompson anderson,
g. m. fogg. e. a. owen.
aij:x. aluon, james ellis.
a. u. gardner. n. e. au.oway.
W. S. EAK1N.
J0SESU VAULX, President.
A. W. BCTLER, Secretary jan'25
HASHVILLE COTIItlKICCIAE, v
Insurance Company.
Capital $100,000!!
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organized,
according to charter, is prepared to
write Policies against LAK-a A.M DAMAGfe.
BY FIRE, on Buildings. Goods, Wares, aud -jSC
Merclutndise generally. Also, on shipments against
loss or damage by Sous, Rivers, or Inland Transpor
tation, on the most favorable terms.
Lire and Negro Polices granted at Curront rates.
Oltlce, No. 50 College, East bide, betwoen Union
Street aud the Public Square.
piKfctToa:
ALEXANDER FALL. '
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER.'
JOHN KIRKMAN.
HENRY HART, Jb.
T1IOS. W. EVANS.
HUGH McCREA.
JAMES WOODS.
JOHN H. EWIN.
R. C. McNAIRY.
HUGH MuCREA.
WESLEY GREENFIELD.
ALEXANDER FAIL, President.
JAMES WALKER, SocreUry. jan25
GIFTS. GIFTS. GIFTS.
BOOKS!!
BOOKS!!
fpHE following is a SCHEDUIJ: of Property which
X will be given to Purchasers of Books at the time
ot sale by .
The United State Benevolent Society for th
Diffusion of Useful Knowledge :
Pat. Eng. Lever Gold Wulchn.uunluig casus, (100
Patent Anchor Gold Watcu.-s, limiting cases, o
Pateut Cylinder Gold Watches, hunting casus, 50 0 .
Ladles' Gold Watches, hunting cases, W 0
Huuliug Silver Levers, hunting cases, ZS 00
Geuu'CalUoruut Duunoud l ius, (scliu IS caret
Gold,) 26 00
Genu' Uuiforaia IUauiond Lepines, l o
l-irBo double ease Minntture Lockets, lu 0
seta of Caineo Pins and llrops, lu tl
Ooel stoiie or cameo Sleeve Uultous, 5 0
Gol.l sWlieor caluooMuUs, . ; , h 0
Genu. Gold Puu aud Gold case, large, 10 ,
LacIios' Peu aud Gold case, t 0
Silver 1'uucila aud Gold, three extensions, 7
SifVer Pencils aud Gold feus, 2 50
Gold Lockets, two glasses, 3 50
Gents' Fiuo Gold Kings, heavy, S 00
Louies' Gold Breast i uta, 3 50
Utiles' Gold Ear Diops, 'J. 00
Ounu' Gold Bosom atutut, ou
Genu' Gold sleeve UultouS, S 50
liulMis' Gold Pencil , . 60
LaUles' Gold Kiugs, 1 60
tiotita' Bosom Puts, . 1 So
Ukia.-' Oold Kill boo Pins. 1 ou
Kme Freuch Gold SU day Clocks, - - r 25 ou
Flue heavy Stiver Plated Ca-stors, ... 15 oo
t-Uver Plated 'fable Spoons, heavy, per set 0
" TeaSpiu, " " 'i 6
Tabie Forks, " , " 5 oO
Besides a large aud vaiusble asaortmentof aiiscvlla
neou ai ticks, ooth useluland oruatueutal, varying in
valuu from "lb oents to sio.
tjuv of the above articles will be given to ths pur
chaser of each book t tho time tho work is sold.
Auy persou by forwarding an order for books, with
money oucluaou. will receive an extra book aud gut
nu every tea books, sent to tue order by fcxpreaa.
Ail orders lor Buuaa will be promptly and luipsjrual
ly uilod.
tue gifts lu all cases will accompany tus Books.
Mugie books cau be aeut to auy imwI by ataiL Cat
alogues of lite book, wul be soul by tusat to any order
upou applicaliou.
sxs Bills of the following Banks takaa at psr
Bank of utwas,
" " Shkxsyvoxs,
" NaauvuAK,
Lasriuucastsa,
" " DAMoaioos.
M. C BRCCT.,
' Aocrr ma tu Sottanr.
0U Port -office Building, eorurr of Cedar and Cherry
Nashville, lmn tit Bouks and Gifts are ojoa for U
spacuoa, day said UighU febll
Fl UMTIRE WARE ROOMS,
OaU, COLLLUK STRKET.
a. rarrsastu.
a. a. racnaa
lUTTtRSOX & FREEJIAX;
HAVE la slurs, sad are eouMaiiily revolving,
a Hue asauruoeut of all kinds of CABINET I'l'K
MtVKK, hieh Uiey ar Ootermuied la sell as low as
any uwr bouse la um cay, at ia satiM luoo war
ranting tuetr rnitur to aa of la. boat wurkaiaastMp
ad aaaife. o of Um arw aas just rotaraea froui
Iks oast, where h aerauaaity ateco4 tha aura shirk ,
whalt Is all of Kseavt Uaavracrcae aad Ivbot
brrtsa. Our atuak ouamila at part of tfn wood aad
Mattogaay I'artur Furniture, auoto of wnah ta very
tn, !(Hh.r with Caauibvr fceUa, book Casse, War.
rubes, ttecltfling Cwairs, Louiigea. eutw. Easy Oaura,
rrvach iiedsloads, Muss: ataads, Mahwaaay Caaars,
liresstog bureaus, Exteasraa labia, ste ato., aad a
cvnupieis aasoruueat ot all kuuls mi . - fc
Isow Priced Furniture, ''V,
and every ramty of Wood aad Caaa tieat CHA.IR?.
We wiU endeavor ta pavwMt aU, aud will taka mttca
paaaaure la show ug our aUn.k to thuaa who auty favor
"agnJa t j d . rATHXSCW k FSmtaK
M.WJVILUTB.
a. c. marsxKr.
L.A1VIER, PIIir,t,IPS & CO.
Wholesale Grocers,
COMMISSION MERCDINTS,
- AND DEALERS TN :
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
No. 39, Makkki SnuiST,
NASHVILLE, TKTNKSSEE.
TT7"E are now In receipt of a large and choice as
VV sortmontof
Groceries and Liquors,
comprising every article in our line, and to which me
would respectfully solicit the attention of the trade
SUGARS.
300 hhds La. Sugar;
100 bbls Bait. Crushed ICS bxs Havana
Sucrar; 300 bills Molasses
dof
50 bbls Powd. ifngar; 150 do do;
25 " GranduUied do; 60 bbls Golden Svrup;
60bxsDBLoaf . do; 15 tierces Clarified Sugar
Sundries.
60 bags R!o Coffee;!
225 " Laguira Coffee;
60 " Pepper; .
35 " Spice;
15 SS Almonds;
15 bbls Pecans;
175 kitts Mackerel;
76 cases Teas;
300bxs Star Candles;
S50 " Hummer do; .
275 " Boston Soap;
60 Foxes' Starch;
25 cases Sardines;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings;
150 bales Cotton Twine; -
60 casks English Soda ;
100 dozen Buckets;
40 nests Tubs;
60 X bxs "Hare's Extra"
Tobacco;
?5,000 ass't'd Clgars.'cxtra
brands:'
25 tierces Kiee j
30 cases Pickles;
60 " Matches;
76 coils Lute Knpe; ,
2 csks Dutch Madder;
10 ceroons Indigo;
12 bbls Alum,
kc.,kc, 4c.
- Liquors.
6 casks Maktga Wine; 200 cases St. Julian Clare e
15 Old Sherry 60 " "Haut Tallen" d
10 X ' (lid Port Wine; "extra;"
I yi" Madeira " 100 baskets Champagne;
3 Pipes Champagno 75 cases Champagne Cider;
Cognac extra: 60 " Brandies as't'd,
15 H pipes Otard, Dupoy 40 " Brandy Cherries;
& Co., Coffnac; 150 bbls Country Whisky ;
10 casks Jamaica Bum; 600 " Kectified do;
25 " Louisiana do; 300 packVs Iiom. Brandies,
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin; etc., etc
LANIER, PHI U.IPS & CO.,
JunelO. Ko 39 Market street.
A. C. CAKTKB. FEUX O. M'KAT.
W. C. WILSFOED.
CARTER, M'KAY & CO.,
WHOLESALE GltOCEllS,
Auction and Commission, Ilecclving
aud l-'orwardins
MERCHANTS,
AND DCAIJEftS 1M
Fine Brandies, Wines and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENKESSKB.
CR business will be continued under the same style
Kj and Qrm as heretofore, lhauklulto our custom
ers and friends, for their liberal patronage, we respect
fully solicit a continuation or the same.
A. C. CABTER,
1ELIX G. M'KAY,
Jan 25 tf W. C. WHTUKD.
Fine Trnveco.
"IXTE have been appointed sole Agents of Nashville
V V for the sale of James Thomas' jr. , (of Richmond
Vh. ,) Celebrated Tobacco.
Just received '200 boxes of the followinK brands, viz:
JEWKL OK OI'IIIK,
KCBY TWIST,
CITKON',
NECTAR LEAF,
BITTER OK SPONGE CAKE,
which we will sell at the Manufacturers' prices for
.nsh. CAKTER, M'KAY CO.
febl4 tf
Salmon Trout.
fV BBLS. SALMON TROL'T; 100 half bbls. Sulm
tJJ on Trout, Just received, direct from like Su
perior, caught within the last ninety iavs,for sale by
Jy21-tr CARTER, McilAY 4: CO.
Fresli 3Iackerei.
1 HI! vrH(Jl-E n1 u-lr barrels new Mackerel, put
XJJ up tins seasou, just received direct from
bostou, for sale by
augl8-tf CARTER, M'KAY k 00.
Baltimore Coflee.
Krvrt BAGS Prima Baltimore Coflee Just receivep
JUU CAKXEK, M'KAY k CO
marrj-tf
NOEL & CoTJ
Wholesale Grocers
And Dealera In
Nasliville, Teim.
eUara.
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- bxs. Havana Sugar;
gar; 25 bbls. Loaf Sugar;
10 hhds cUtriQcd Sugar; 10 " powdered Sugar;
Coffee.
600 bags Rio CofTee; 75 bags Laguyra Coflee;
100 bags Java Cullcu;
Liquors.
400 bbls. Pike's Whisky- 40 do. Fine Brandies;
10 J Dean's do; 76 bbls. American Branny ;
350 " Wilsbire do; 10 ' Malaga Wjne;
150 box. super old Brandy; 15 " Gin;
76 bbls 4 i 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;
WhUky; 30 boxes Champagne Cl-
50 bbls. pure Rye do; der.
30 do. Monoogahcla do;
Tobacco.
25 boxes E. S. Powell's To- 200 boxes Jack FalstaO
bacco Tobacco
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Coin. Tobacco;
Tobacco; 15 ' Industry Tobacco;
Cigar a.
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,000 Jenny Dnd Clgrs;
5,000 Josephiue Cigars; 30,000 Brands, assorted;
We will also purchase at the highest market prices
the following articles of country produce.
Pea Nuta,
Lard, Cotton Yarns,
reamers,
- Beeswax,
Ginseng,
Klax Seed,
Wheat,
Rve,
Oats,
Corn,
MilluttSecd,
Dried Peaches,
Dried Apples,
Wool,
raiiow, riour,
White Beans, Meal,
Peas,
("hewing Tobacco
Peach Brandy,
Apple Braudy,
Pmk Root,
Cope rage.
Orchard Grass Seed,
Blue Crass "
Timothy ' ,. " r :
Herd's Grass '
Hemp "
Butter,
Kags,
Tar,
Hay,
Hemp,
Bagging,
Rope,
Plow Lines,
Bacon, "
Bed Cords,
Ouiuns,
Potatoes, fee.. Ax.. Arc
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above
for sale will do we'J to call on us when they visit tho
city. Juue 20 if
o. Harris. w. o. aaajus. p. a. Harris.
HARRIS & CO.,
Auction and Coinmision Merchants
AND
Wholesale Grocers.
Office at f. II. GORDON k Co.'s Warehouse,
K0. 49 MARKET ST..
Nashville, Tennessee.
KIKKPATRICK, NEVLXS & CO.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Wholesale
Grocery Merchants,
Market street, Nashville, Tenn
HAVE now in store a large and cum; .eteassortmen
of Groceries embracing
Hew Orleans Sugars, of an grades;
KolaSSes, In barrels and half bar -els;
Coffee, a large aad complete suxi
R&1 SIHS, a full stock, with
Teat, Candlrt, Sardlnca, GlaMWire
aasortcd. Pecan, Mackerel;
Together with att kinds of articles usually kept in t
Grocery line. X)ur stock of - - -
II rand lea, Wlnrs, IVMakj, Ac
Wetliink caunoi be surpassed In tli.s or any otbe
market. To our heavy sunk of goods uow In store w
Invite the atteutioa of the trade.
mar20-tf klKKJ'ATlUC-, NEVINS CO.
Notice or Dissolution
THE Arm of ALLISON, AXDERSOS CO., com
posed of Aud. Allison, T. Anderson aad W. t
M'Janahan, was by mutual consent dissolved on Uie
1st day of June, by the retiring of Mr. M'lanalun
from I be firm. And. Allison and T. Anderson are
alone authorised to wind op Uie business of ths old
firm. Those Indebted to the lata arm ar requested
to make payment without delay, and those having
claims against the same will present tbera for pa
menu . . , .. . ALLISUX. ANDERSON to.'
Having purchased Mr. M'Lanahas'. interest in Ue
goods, as hare taken in as partners i i our o whk v
lnxon A. Allison and John B. Jbpaoa . Wr a.'iaU t
lino at our old stand, where ae will b. r'"J-i
tonet our old fneuds aud merchant, t-o. .
Being anxious to eut down our present stuck ft tow
aa possible, preparatory to our full purchase, we wul
Oder inducements to prices to thoaa wuhing to replea
ith their stock. We shall be glad at all times to re
reivo their orders, and will do our best to UU litem
Satisfactorily. -
Juoelt . ' AIXJQ.V.AXPER.JO.V CO. '.
GET THE IUtT
THE GEXUNk A MlUturVPK ti i rotuinm Plrtur
IS beyond cuNt,.riiHui ibe wet W Via uf IdteoeM
yei Introduced , and 4ats without a rn al:
, f T lie cau a 4 rhaniie them, '
' Light cannot fado IU ut,
4 1uummm cannot auli thcia,
Idm c a aever reacb them,
' - Kust cannot corrode them. - :
v Mad. as herebdors by LAiaUM bk. Comer ef Cherry
and Caioa htreru, aud put ap m up-top style at Eas.
ra price. r
41- Uad at aa the rooms la Xaah-tUa,
a3- ;
Selling OlTl Off!! Off!!
TUE remainder of the stuck of B h Paris Boaaeta
aad MiUiaery Goods, a the New York Emporium,
wilt b sold hia this mamOk at a f real saenfica
without regard toe Mar any ottaer eoaauleratMa.
Ksehaae axiaey tak.a at M eaeta oa Uta dodar -June
1 A
CO AJ! COAI.!!
1 Cnnn BCSaHJ fepwior Ohm Kiv.r Coal ta
lOUUU M the Cal. Yard on Colore atrsot, ad.
)oBS:g M. t L )', Chaatltan's WarebwuM, crr(ui:y
soiMUwd aad eloaoed, at U bmit eeau ymt f irhtL .
Apvy to the Ccal-Yard.
i. B. lASrCB.'
racuiiso arossscw," "
Lebanon, Tenn. . . .
I
CBCKCB ASDEBSOS,
AosAeille, Teaa
P. & C. ANDERSON,
, ;: :': toumu enocxra", raoorcB akd.
COM31ISSION 3IERCI1 ANTS
Brandies, Wines, Whisky, &c,
ALPO,
Dealers In Daeon, Lard and Country
. ., Prodnre, of every description, '
. Mo. 4. and 47 OoUegt Street,
NASHVILLE, TEXSESSEE.
TTTE HAVE now in store, snd offer for sale cheap,
the following cuoice ana select arucies:
6.000 sacks line Salt; 200 bafrs Coffee;
8,000 " coarse do. ; 60 hhds. Sugar, from fine
1.000 kees Nails, assorted: to choice:
300 bags Cotton Yarns, 100 dos. Painted Buckets;
assorted; ou " taar io;
600 bbls. ra'd Whisky; 25 nests Tubs;
,. 60 u Rye do; 300 Demijohns, assorted ;
50 " Houibon do; 25 bbls. Loitf, Crushed &
60 " Monou' liala do; Powdered Suear;
25 Sweet Wine; 800 reams Wrapping Pa
10Ji pipes fine Brandies; per, assorted sites;
25 bbls. Gin; 200 boxes Glassware, as-
15 " Hum; sorted;
100,000 Cigars, assorted; . 60 doz. Washboards;
300,000 G. I). Cais; 5 bags Spice;
50 bxs. Tobacco, asst'd; 10 " Pepper;
250 Prescott'8 soap; 20 " Ginpor;
200 bags ihot, assorted; 100 casks Kuglish Soda;
5 000 lbs. Bar Leaal; . 6 bbls. Brimstone;
5 bbls. Blacking; 6 " Alum;
10 cases Hntches; 2 casks Madder;
6 ceroons ludieo;
And every other article in the Grocery line, which
are oUurea at extremely tow prices.
P. & C A KHERSON,
Oct 17. Nos. 45 and 47 College Street.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
(rn BAGS Extra Family Flour White Wheat
t)UU manufactured at the old Lebanon Miils, for
sale by r. a i. a.mkau ,
Kos 45-7 , South Col lege street.
Cash for Dry and Green Hides.
T7E will pay the Highest Market Price t v Cash, for
t V !ry and Green Hides, delivered t our Grocery
Store, No. 3, Broad street.
We trust (lersons having Hides to sell will call on n
before disposing of them elsewhere.
P. ft 0. ANDERSON
EXTRA FLOUR.
TH OH BAUKELS EXTRA FLOCK, in Cora and
1UU J
for sale by
je8-tf.
P. & C. ANDERSON
Linseed Oils
50
BLS. Linseed Oil, on band and for sale by
P. ft C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street
200
BAGS Extra Family Flour from Beard's Miils
Wilson county, Tenn., tor sale by
P. ft C ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street
White Lead.
iooo w
i hite Lead in Store and for
P. ft C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 35-7, South College street
SALT FOIl SALE.
TT'IVE thousand Sacks of Salt in store, by P. ft C
XV Axkkso, No. 3 Broad street, which will be sold
for r ree ua nk money. jes-tr.
QflA BAGS Extra White Wheat Family Flour, from
JJJ Ulack Jack Mills, P.obertson count v, Tenn
Tor sale by P. & C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street.
( asli for Dry and Green Hides.
iTfE will pay the highest market price in rash, for
V V Dry and Green Hides, delivered at our Grocery
Store, No. 3 Broad Street
We trust persons having Hides to sell will call on us
before disposing of them elsewhere,
janii tf P ft C. ANDERSON.
I-IFTY THOUSAND POUNDS Clear Sides wanted by
1 P. ft C. ANDERSON,
je25-tf
Nos. 45 and 47 S. College st.
Wlicat.
"VNE HUNDRED THOUSAND Bushels new WnEAT
KJ wanted by P. ft C. ANDERSON,
je25-tf Nos. 45 and 47 S. College Ft.
200
BAGS Extra Family Flour, from Clinton Mills
bmuh county lenn., ror sale by
P. &C. ANDERSON,
Nos 45-7, South College street.
Kflfl BUSHELS Seed Oatsfor sale bv
OVJU P. ftC. ANDERSON,
tnarifl No. 45 ft 47. Colletre Street'
Wheat and Rye Wanted.
w
HEAT and RYE wanted bv P. ft C. An-dkrsok at
their Warehouse. No. 3 Itroad street
CHEAP SOLE-LEATHER.
T) ft C. ANDERSON, Nos. 45 and 47 College Street
X ha e In store and for sale, a heavy lot of excel
lent Oak-Tanned Sole-feathrr at 5 cents ppr pound
Call soon if you wish bargains in any kind of leather
P. ft C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45 and 47 College Street,
Janl2-tf a few doors from Broad.
W. II. GORDON & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
IVaslivllle, Tenn.
WHISKY, &c.
IAflA BARRELS Julius HSmilh's Whisky;
,UUU 600 barrels Chenoweth's do;
600 barrels Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
250 boxes fine Brandies, 1 dozen each. In store
and for sale by W. H. GORDON ft CO.
Scales ! Scales ! !
A FULL stock of Fairbank's celebrated Scales. Dor
il mailt, Platform, Grocers, CounU-r and Bi-ams.
Also, Hay and Coal Scales, in store, for sale at Facto
ry prices, by W. 11. GORDON ft CO.,
)uu29 Sole Agents for Middle Tennessee.
Sucrar.
1 A Q HHDS. Common, lair, Prime and Choice Lou
A- isiana Sugar;
100 barrels crushed Sugar;
t.'o lioar sugar;
60 " Clarified Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Sugar; in store and for
sale by W. H. GORDON ft CO.
Star Candles.
1 f f AVHOLE boxes Werk ft Co's star Candles;
lUU 2oo lialf boxes Werk ft Co's " '
. . .200 quarter boxes M
200 boxes M-iiisoo Starch;
1 ,000 " PrescoU ft Co's No. landextra Soap ;
n store and for solo by W. K. UORDoN ft CO.
TValls
O CI n n KEGS Shoeuborge'r's Nails, all siies;
,UUU 100 kegs flour barrel natla: - '
100 finishing "
100 fencing " , .
" 60 - . 4, 5, and 6 Inch Spikes ;ln store
and for sale by W. 11. GORDON ft CO.
Cotton Manufacturers' Agency.
8X4 Suie Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Rtchland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tenn.
Sparta do do Sarta,
Sumner do do Gallatin,
Franklin Factory, Franklin. "
lanrel Hill do Henrrviil., "
lUK-kdale do Mt-Pleasant, "
Shoal Mills, ."'. Lawreaceburg,"
Crescent do do . .
Crowsou , tl t do , "
lloM - do do "
Piuewood do IMnewood "
And have always on band a fill stock of Sheetings,
Osnaburgs, Drillings, Bagging, Cotton Yarns and Doli
ng, which we oiler to ttie wholesale trails only in lota
of not less than 6 bales Sheetings; 6 bales Osuaburgs;
25 bags Cfolon Yarns, ftc., ftc.
Nuativille, Mars. , W. H. GORDON ft CO.
-Wool! Wool!! '
WE want 30J.IOO lbs. Cmua Wiko Wool, Tor
which we will pay cash. We want it to make
Jeans and Lwaey.
. mars. W H- GORDON ft CO.
Lawrenceburg Money.
,T VTE are taking Lwreucrburg batik Notes at par
V V In payment of ail accounu due us aad for any
rlicle we have for sale.
febi3-tf W. H. COR1XJN k CO.
OsiiatjurR and Sheetings.
f f BAIXSS 7- aud 4-4 U-aaburgs;
1UU le bal-S -JA iuch Bagging; ..
10 bales 7-8 lTillmirs;
60 " Sparta, laurel Ili and Sumner Sheetings;
1,000 bags Cotton Yarus, "all numbers; inatursaud
tor aale by W. It. CORDON ft CO.,
jan29 . Agents for Teuoes.ee Manul'arturer
Uciuuveil
YEATMAN's Warehouse, No. 45 Market
. li. U. DICKEY.
To a. t.
SUect.
jy2o-tf -
'. UalaUn -ThrcsUcrs
ON baud aud fur Sals by
D. IX DICKEY,
: jy20-tf aa 44 Market street. '
" coui.
1 r r n r bcshkui ckn wanted immedl
juurls
r. a dickxy
sundries. .
1 0 oo s.-ts 'g"u IfcixtS,
t butvs I. ts -
1 luiU a.4c. . '
Vt U' . tiriow i.Uu;
1,4 o . kj wa .
8 bundles lroa: , '
Juat received aad for sals by
, D-D. riCKIT,
fcblo tf ..a No, , College street
Wheelbarrows.
1 n 'HEFLBAKKoWi Just recotved and ror sals by
IU lebH , , v f !. lICaV -
Railroad Scrapers.
11 RAILKuad c.r.j-is wuti r-x.en oU ! fur ae
to
tP-blS)
H. I IHi'HFY
. Boiler Rivets
C)l KIX'S Coder l.ic jwi ivcwved aud tor sale
by
(leblb)
U U MCakY
llrdrnnt I Inte. ,
0
V aaas and tor sale y . ' '
aops. . n. n. ihckkt. ,
KUCKRTS
LXZEN BLCIUkU jum rxwrtd sad ftw sal by
aprro tf - a. . p. U. DlCaXY.
100
t(rf (UT MHfM uaa-lMKai, M baad aad
eJUUUfursala by aj t- D. WikEY
UllLBOAD sFIKES.
THX aadorsiad tka author! ted ajreary (br the
sals at Purtrr, KaUa It wett s K-iirua4 trpikos;
Said to be tfca heml aad cbaapert aptfces aw m sja. A
euitply cuaataatly aa aaad aad fur a-l. by ,
IK It. DICKtr,
' aprlO-q ' r C-Dege Street. Naahytaa.
' Pine Lumber. ;
rrn nnn i
rZETVork Wbita rtee ITooriuf
f U.VUy last receive, aad (or--,
ev
MkUCKir
WE have this day sold to FISHER, WHELESS ft
CO.. oar entire Stock of Groceries, and the bus
iness hereafter will be conducted by them.
JJt ,. - 4, ; . J. T. MAKTI-N k CO.
tTTE have this day associated ivith es ta business,
V Mr. J. T. MARTIN.
jyl FISHER, WHELESS ft CO.
t T. BAB-m. jaaxs wseliss. jobs. a. nssa
FISHER, WHELESS & CO
GROCERS, GENERAL MMSSIOX
Forwarding Merchants
Pt-LEKS n
Cotton, Tolacco nnd Produce Generally,
Corner of Market and Broad sts.,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Jyi-f
wiijxiasos. XEW FIRjfl. asensa cbkat-a
WILLIA3IS0x & CIIEATIIAM,
IMPORTERS Of
Brandies, M inos and Liquor ,
AND DEALERS IS
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, &.C
AO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
NASHVILLE, TESSESSEE.
rTTIE undersigned would inform their friends and
X the public generally, that they have associated
themselves under the nrm ana style of
AVILLIAITISOX Sc CHEATHAMf,
for the transaction of a wholesale Liquor and Wine
Havana Cigars and Tobacco Business. Having deter.
nnnca to keep notniug in tueir line, except arucies ol
the kcrkst an bust gt auTT, and by giving proper at
teution to business, they respectfully 6oliot a portion
ui puouc paixouage.
AIXX. WnXIAMSOV,
mar31-tf AiiCliEU CUEATHAM.
On Consignment.
O fi. fl WA J. H. Smith's Old Reserve Whieky;
CUU 100 bbls. Sweet Malaca Wine:
50 e:ght casks French Otard, Dupuy ft Co. Brandy:
iil lli. i -t, r 1
.... IMIID. VIICI I y if 'UUL' t
200 boxes Cognac Brandy;
'Jb dozen filters;
15 boxes Old Bye and Bourbon Whiskies;
SU bbls American Brandy;
For sale in lots to suit the Trade.
DILLON ft CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
Jy20-tf No. 15 College street.
VIKGIMA LEAF TOBACCO.
TT7E are receiving in Store and offer for sale
V SO bxaStullz'a 1 A A: 3 A Tobacco.
This Tobwco has a reput tion uusurpassod by any
mauuiaciuruu lu k irgiui .
A I. S O
6000 Rio Hondo S-gars Uir.ct importation ;
SUOU Londres do. do. do.;
20 baskets "Jlum" Champagne;
100 quartf r chests Super Young Hyson Tt-a;
3 casks Marett Brandy imported iu 1854.
12 quarter casks pure old l'ort;
2U0 boxes Freuch Brandy.
DILLON ft CO ,
jv20-tf No. lft College street.
REMOVAL.
APFLISSEB lias removed his stock of Liquors
. Cigars, Tol.rco, k-. to No. 5 North Collrge St
at the old stand ot Mr. D D. Dickey, where he will be
pleased to sue bis friunds and customers. jv 10
" ACAE)D
TTAVIN'G sold our entire business to Mr. Alexandra
aa iieiisser, we wisn in tins manner to return ocr
sincere tlmuks to our lru-mls and cus-tuineis for t..e
liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on us, and to sj-
licit ior our sue cesser a coulinuuti'in or toe same.
All dobts due to our late firm will be collected b
Mr. lk-htser or his authorized Agent, who is alou
empowered to Kettle the same.
je23 LYONS ft CO.
ALEXANDRE DELISSER
SCCTBOR TO IVONS CO.,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Foreign Wines. Liquors, &c., &c.
5 North College Street 5
NASHVILLE, TESJiESSEE.
T WILL keep constantly on band a iarce assortmen
X of Foreign Brandies, Wines, Oin, Whisky and Li
quors or all kinds. Havana Cigars, Miiuking an
Chewing Tdbacco, w ith all goods npoertainin. to m
line of business, which I otter 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.
ALEXANDRE DELESSER,
Je23-tf "1 Public Square, Nash vilie, Tenn
JUST RECEIVED!
QA BASKETS "Comet" Chamiuin;
U 1" cases Sparkling Hock;
10 " " Moselle;
10 " Still CaUw-ba;
50 " Pickles, assorted;
20 " Ppiced tlvsters;
10 Fresh Fine Apple, snperlor article;
60 " Sclieidam Schnapps, pts. and gU.:
60 " London Cordial tiin, Booth ft tfedg.
wick s. lho os Hn,
A supply of the well known Medicated Brandy, an
article unsurpassea ior tne cure or lHarrnaea. lvsen
tery and other Summer Complaints. Also, a full as
sortment oi uquors, aM.
A. DEUFR
jy2-tf No. S College fcireet
CONFECTIONERIES
.T. G. ROBERTSON,
Ilroadvray, !ValivllIe,'
HAS Just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
25 boxes English Iiairy "
60 " WesU'rn Reserve "
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
6 " Cranberries,
15 " Oranges, iu good order;
6 " U-mous, " "
A w more New Voik Ale Pumps left, and will b
soldi? -pby J. G. ROBrJt'IMON,
Wholesale and Retail Confectioner,
Ja Broadway, Nashville
CHOICE LARD,
V' " rtt it kxrKKSHLY roa
V AMI li V j S I,
fnK SAIJI BY
"WOODS & CO.,
aprl3-tf MARKET fcT., NASHVDJX.
LARD OIL,
or the Heat Quality,
Maouf ctured and for sale, low, by
WOODS & CO.,
aprl3-t MARKET ST.. XAJHNILLE.
W. li. ClIllilS aSi CO.'S
PATENT
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
CEMENT ROOFING.
THE undersigned purchased Uie Bute Right for
Tennessee of the above patent about oue year
ago and has since introduced It extensively In various
portions of the .-Lute. aks new the altrnliun oi build
ers, and Uie public generally, lo examine its superior
ity over other modus of lUx.hng.
The material forms a hard aud smooth surface. It
ta iRifwrvKini to water, elnstic and flexible; it will
perfectly resist any ordinary exposure to Dre; it is
cheaper than any roof of ths old style, and 1 am surs
it will give better sasrat:tion:as tu its durability tbore
Is no question. It is th. best tbiug ever invented for
paintiug of old leaky tin roofs.
Mf lhe Cement will be furulshed to those at a dis
tant wall du-xcU'ms rir using.
COl'NTV KuaiTa FOK 8 ALE.
M Orders sent to llie uudersigued, through the
Poet Ottfce will bo promptly attended to.
1 would respei tful'.y refer to the following gentle
men for a bom 1 have covered builduigs with the Co
meet, aud many others a buna tuwuvsara nut here
meutio ed.
aacurracia aa a mat aaca-Mca or saaavnAa
iUi. A. HUMAN,
Mo-trs. 1U CHKS ft SMITH,
COLEMAN ft SPAIN',
. WM. bTtC.Ll0,
Mr. 11. M. AKK1LOTP.
WARREN ft MIU.
HOLUH ft McClLLOCGH,
J. K. McCANN,
. CoLU I. ANDtjXSOV, Sup' tf. ' Co.,
Rev. U I. ELUOIT, .
V. r. WlLklN,
ft. J. MUv.i,
i KN'OCU ENS1XT.
6LACHIiJt ft HERRIFf KP,
W. B. tHAPARD,
J K. W1U.AI.D.
A. V. IJMMIV, . i . i ...
.eu. WA-H. BAKUfW,
Tf . M. OOKI OS K CO , '
JAa. U- Kt-M'KlCK,
hector F. t. SMITH, Columbia.
Maj. A. J. IoNU-cN,DavHaoaeeaBty ,
- Col. A. J. POLK, Maury couuty.
TU. NaahvUie ft ChaUanoufta Kailroa4 Ct mi
ay aave aduted this Ceateatlor um cover Big of Utair
cars and othrr work.
Certiucaws and tmdimonlals from Ctocinnatl
rau elsewhere, where Utuleiacvl aas ba la g.oeral
.m for wrk crai years, tan be exhibited.
The uadorsigued h. tx-.ucuvcd in various aio-'c.
4 Cvamnt rwliiiu fur ax ia yo ra.an.f B iters i.nue
I .I tte tw. gatMM w au. rif iM e a:a kauat,ge
inraig to-' unte.
1 vc uiJiu ariuti, mo ts to Jv--.. a up'fir
Puported article Rovlii. Ict Irutit iai.ius fray
laaas, Newport. i ,
baaipiesof ituadna to b. seoa al oAVo. "
. Jii, T. ATHCRST,i
f " 'ccks N. li leterak -oet,
Buiyls-tta KauA, Tssa.
SAVE 31Q.VEYA. KEEP COOl,!!
OCR los Depots are aow ta rea.liaws, sad ws saraest.
ly reqaest aii who ta buy lea darieg tao at
ua at a aa-urns ur. to cail aad supay IimhiIv
wh ta-keta and regiMer Utr aaates a rui r r t
roa. thTsby a. v. aa advaaca oa th. arutta mi taa
aUr part of tha Sua f si
Oar ol-cas are. CWry strsa. aaxt aoor la taa Baak
ef TumunJi ; at liardcaaUe's, Fruat a4rast,aa aa
eoraar U Char-a aaa ss streets.
v. a- o. m a ii i-.
aprJO-tf
LU. Law ixi
HOT BlaAST IRON.
Tavs HAN V a RUCX I&oy oa aaad aad.fur
50
SHELBY MEDICAL COLLEGE,
. IN ash vilie, Tennessee.
SESSION OF 1858-5 9.
THE URST RECCLAR C0l'R5K OF LIXTTRES in
this Institution will commence on Mommy, the
1st or Novkilk, 1848, and will continue to Uie 1st of
March ensuinr.
Ths ttu-jtuKjKY Onras- or lmr-. free to all
students, will be given during the month of October.
Faciiltr.
THOMAS L. MArPIN. M. I'., f'r..fenor of Anatomy
ii-surii-uTtt, iifi. logical ana Mirgical. 1
JOHKFREIiERlCK MAY, M. D., Frot'esor of Princi
ples and ftmtionsor Surgery.
DANIEL F.WKICHT, M.D., I'rofessor of rtiysioUy
and I'athoWnrv.
JOHN IL CAIJXSDER, M. P., Professor of Materia
Medira and TheraixMitic.
RICHARD O. CIT.REY, M. D.. rrofessr of Medical
t ne m miry and Metical Jurisprudence.
E. B. HASKINS, M. D., Professor of Theory and Prao'-
tice of Medicine.
JOHN P. FORD, M. P. Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women ainl Children.
H. M. OO.M1TON, M. D. DomonstratOT of Anslomy.
ins trrr nut-itTAt Is upon the premises or the Col
lege, and under control of the Faculty, at which ope
rations are performed . and cases nrubcribed for. and
Clinical Lectures delivered.
Amount or fees for Lectures, $105 : Matriculation
fee, paid but once, $5 00 ; Demonstrator's fee, re
quired but onre, $10 00; Graduation fee $25 00.
Excellent B-utrdingcaa be obtained lor $2 50 to
$4 00 per week.
or further dctUs,nr announcements, applr to
JOHN P. FOKD.M.P.,
JylT Dean of the Faculty.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
I. Collegiate Department,
M1L1TA tt" CO lililr. V.
J. Bbrribs IjMr-eiBT, M. D.. P. D., Chancel lor of the Cui-
versity, and FrcdeKBor of Chemistry and Ceology.
Col. B. R. JoflNiN.gGperintendent of the Military Col
lege and Frofesstir of Ftcineering.
Jara F. H-tMii.Toji, A.M., Professor of Mathematics,
Natural Philosophy and Astronomy.
J. H. Stewart, A.M., Proressor of Greek and Latin
languages and Literature.
F. L. J. Thtssens, A.M., Professor of French and
Draw inc.
G. BuTa-, A.M.LD., ProfesiMr of Botany and
natural niutry.
Rev. 1. W. II.i-ri!,A.M.,M.D.,ProfefRorof Mental and
Moral l'biloeoi.hy, and Biblical Literature.
C. K. Winki os. M.li., Surgeon.
ri'Ht rrrst Term or the next Academic year rom
X meuces on the 20th of September, and the Sec
ond Term 14tii of February.
Tuition, Bourdinc, Wathing, Fnel.Roomn, Servants'
attendance, and Car of Arms, 100 per Term. Ma-
mentation ree fa Mudents are requirod to furnish
their rooms, which can be done at a moderate rharce,
by rent or purchase. Engineering. French, Spanish,
Oerman. Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing, each
$10 per Term of twenty weeks.
lu the regular Collegiate Course, the ancient reputa
tion of the University for Scientific and Classical
Sc.lKjlareliiri will be maintained, aud at the same time,
every facility afforded those who desire to pursue a
partial course. Besides the four regulnr College Class
es, there is also a Ireparatory Cl;is4. students under
14 years of age will uot be n.liuitted.
By the aid of Military Liscipluie, effective govern
ment reestablished, and h'-altli, physical culture, good
order und industrious habits are promoted.
For Cat logues, or additional information, apply to
any member of the Faculty.
II. Medical Department.
Session 1S5S-9.
nPHE Seventh Annual Course of I-ertnres in this
Institution will commence on Momlav, the 2d of
November next, and continue ui til the tir&l of the
ensuing Marco.
Th.imah R. Jknmxgs, M.D.. Vrefessor of Annum v.
J. Rkkrikx LiMMMtv, M.I)., Professor f Cliemietry and
narmac'.
C. K. Winston, M I. , Vrofessor of Materia Wei'i. aand
.Medical Junspriideiice.
A. H. lienijiNAN, M il., Professor of Surgical Anato
my and fnvsioiogv.
John M. "aimon, M.P.. Professer of OhFtetrirs and
and the Inseuses of WoniHU ami Childrcu.
Tacl F. F.vk, M.B., I'rolessor of lYiuciples and Prac
lice of Surgery.
W. K. BowijM-., M.P. , Professor of Institutes and
Practice of Medicine.
Wiujam T. Iliuocs, M.P., Adjunct Professor and Po
monslrator of Aniitoin v.
The Auutnniiciil Rooms will be opened for student
on the first Monday 111 Ocli.her, (trie ftili).
A I'reliininary (Ijntw if Lecture, liee to all Stu
dents, will be given by the Professors, culinn.-ncmg
also on tlie first Monday of October.
The Tennessee Suite Hospital, under the direction
of the Facultv, is open to lliel'las free ol cliHrce.
A Cliliique has been established iu rofiliet turn with
the Cniversitv.at which oiH-ratH.ns are lienor med and
cases prescribed for an J lectured upon lu the presence
01 tne class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures is $105; Matriculation
fee (paid once only) t5; I'ictical Anatomy $10; tirad
uution ice. .o.
;ood boarding can be procured for $3 to $4 per
week. For further information or Catalogue apply lo
W. K. BOW LINO, M. V.,
JyC3-Cm Iean of the Faculty
Ttaiidusia Seminary.
X tiitiou, situated on the li.ill.itin Turnpike, to
miles from Nashville, will oiniiieure on the 1st of
e 1'iemoer, iron, una cuuuiue to ine istoj July,
1RAU vmt'i fi'ii.
aiigll-datriwlm
Memphis Medical follcp-r.
f I W1V riATt rAtrnlnp ti..n liin.. Ii i...ti
X course of lectures in this iiist'tulion.) m-ill com
.... UIIVI11V LIL- 1- IIIV r.l. VH eitl.IT
um me u. flu... . n 1 , iir. I'.i rjr ..in r.JMrtrj
NrXT Tho Anaionncal Rooms will be open from th
loth of Oc tober. The session will continue until tb
1st of March. Medical ftudentM should be m-eent .
the beginning of the session. Ihoae desiring lurtlier
lniormation-, win anuria.
JOHN MI1.LIXGTON, M. !.,
aURl6-"aw3m Piniii, al the t:.. liege Pudding
Minerva follrse, Tennessee,
TOR THE EDITATIOX OF YCLG LADIES.
Situated five miles ISast of Nashville.
fTHIS flourishing Instilntion will re-open on the first
A. alonday in September next. nil. .rn in g superior
educational fanlities. olnir.oilloiis additions having
been made to the buildings, ou increased number of
pupils ran be .ccotunululel.
The sil nation is hea!thv and easy of acres, Uie
Course of study thorough and systematic, and the
teachers abk aud experienced. Circulars, with terms
and flihP particulars can be obtained nt the Hook.
Store of W.T. Berry Co., Public Sjuare tat McCluro'a
Music Store, on I'uion street, or bv addressing the
FyiucipaL e.'K JhSIV,
Minerva O.llege, near Nashville, Tenn.
aug!-till Sept. l&th.
citocKi:iis school
AT
W'liltc's CvecW SprlnH.
THK next session of thd School will opea ou Mon
day the ih day of September. '
sept2-dtwwlm
Notice to Tanners.
We have coahtantljr on hand and for sale
CREEX SALTED HIDES,
At Ko. 28 South Front street,
IVaalivllIe, Teiineaace.
prl-m J IK)VLE k CO
lost Ofllce.
Nshvh is, March f0, If 84.
IROV and after the 1st of Apt il. the Tost Odics will
be opeued ou Nun.iy ot half pxst 7 A. M., and
cloee at t A. M. ' Opeu again al 5 P. M. and close at T
1. M. On ail other days the t -Dice will be ofiened at
h ilf jsl 6, o'clock A. M., and cbihe at 7 i o'eka k, 1.
M. , H- R. AMjKKSON, l l Mrt-r.
marai-tf
100 BA.C3 BALTlMOnE 0Flti:, rorsale cheap by
WIXOV A CO., 15 Odlege St.
lOO BAGS BALTIMORE COHTF., for sale cheap by
MI XAtS k CO., IS Cllcgc ft.
100 BAGS BALTIMORE COFFFE, t-r sale cheap l y
MLIoV A CO , 15 College ft.
lOO BAOS BALTTMOBF CtiFlfE, sale cheap by
IllJvOX k CO., 15 College st.
1 OO BAGS BALTTM!r.K COlTFi. for salo cheap by
t'lIXON' k l ,15 College at.
lOO BAGS BALTIMORE COFFEE, for sale cheap by
MLLOX a CO., 15 O.lUge at.
10O BAGS BALTIMORE COVF'tl, fbr sale cheap by
MLLON k CO., 15 College at.
1 OO BAGS BALTIMORE COFFFE, for sa'e cheap by
auirtia-tf MUiV k CO , 15 College st.
Change of Schedule.
tfts'l CVlTw fjtt-.2 J!i
-.Tc v J-c-s, jrw-y
.ASflVlUE A.I) CIIATTAMIOGA BAILK'JAD.
tsr DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
EACH WAV OVLU Till IIOAD.
OS and after SCXPAT.JI LT lltb, ISiS, ths Taa
aeng.r Tram will run a follow. :
Leav Nashville daily al 5 A. M and !3or.H.
Arriving alQtattanua ati'.t) f. tl aiol 1 a A M.
Imii t.Uan4.7a at A. M. aad 1 M.
A.Tivuig at Nashville at 7 M P. M aud s.13 A. M
laruasu Uckets are sold al S-thviiie Ui thu lulla
tos Places aad at prices aaiued:
McMutnvUie. M
Hunuville, Ala.. T Oo
Augusta, i.a., so
V uiuicgtoo. N. C. il W
MrBBphis, l.oa., 1.00
Jsbcuua, lean., 11 00
Atlanta, G.t 10 00
Maron, Ua., . 14 Ou
Moatgottiery, Ala , 17 fT
(UrW-Hi, . C, W M
Nmuua, Ua., '.t ou
New uUaai, -J" iv
Ku.n iiie. Teas.,
lyncttburg, Va.,
I'rter.bui g , la,
kichuuod, Va.t
V a'i.r.toll,
B.tiuere,
i1uUteH'hia,
l i 0.1
. 00
Vt 40
21 OO
-1 00
Ti OO
as vo
til I IS
V tuik
Th. Tvket tlt-oe In t m "Vj
Mirk .- Ur- tttr MrtlDK rwch fr.ir..
.lloa .iow fur lhe lniec ,4 T ... hu
"H'li al 10. .41t-. linn- in. UJ d- . I'iuears
fr tu 1-u-ri riu . a U. X. i.. Tr.ut,
kak e-uaecls througbet wHb Trains oa the other
roiU. Tim. K Kuliored i boar.; WMaa4rai twa
dar.; Ilisi-dei; two au4 a half, and New Yurk
three d. j. Tha tba eti.-ait aad best rotW froia
NwavUle hi Ute ImmL.
yw Orloa-. iM-tv-ngers leave ea tba t JO P. ML
Traia.arnvuig at MUBt4w mi l tucoauect for V
rl..n., ea ta. a-H-na of tb evl may, aad f
UtratiSh uh fcuaM aaiau SaliUii at Mmiika.
Th-fr M VI.uavuie,.-n1rta.B Urtba,
but Ka-ttvill. m to. t Jtny.it. Traia.ahsh ea
aeew dtrecUy at TaUa-osna wub tha Tnua fUr Mr Mica
viito. I'Mtow kai MMiaatiUa ta tba aMwauig
arrive al N-iiil at 1.3a ff. M.
At XV!U, Uuarm are hu ahirh V-ave diily for
ft-ta, aad coaaecs a rUi koata U ditter-01 Xu-es
aa Um Otuoaad Stommpvt rt-r; au, a a.ily lmvt
aanr-a Lmuavilto, kn . try mbtttt um Ui.
arnv.l f ta aight strMa
By M-s caaog at aia, tha Train from Mara
ph c. tieo airwt al btc v.rw. a a a a aar ea au4
doWB day Tratus, Caosuiit Ho tleUjr lu .VahUaa4
Ksstera 1 wur-i, aad ew. tour m g.iuHlover th.
furaias tliit la aviag to M.t-fhta from fiaahviiia.
C 1 AM Kx)V
Tennessee & Alabama Itailroad.
- CHANGE OF SCTIEPULE.
OS and after Wednesday. Angnst 18th, 1S58, Uie 'j
Trains will rua as follows :
. . Ps.eog-r. Tass'r ft Frt. t
iTa Nashville, ff.srta.a. 3 15 p.m.
Arrlva " jo.ia ' a 40 i
Leave Brentwood, 7.06 8.M i
Arrive " 9.43 ,. 4.05 . ; :
Arrive at Franklin, 7.30 ' 4.10 "
. RHEAKFAST. , '
leive Franklin, . 7 45 "." , 4.1 "
Arrive at Thomron's. 15 ' 4.5S " 1
t-eare . g.n R to
auglg-?w , W.O'N. 1 ERKINS, SupX
Further Reduction.
JULY IOtu. 1838.
Througli Hates of Freight from
New York to Nashville,
In connection with New York Side Wheel and ft--.
Steamship Lines, to
CHABLKSTOX AXU S4VAXA1I.
IVew York to asbvllle.
First class, per 100 lbs..
Second class,
Third class,
Hals In Boxes, .'.
Special Rates. "
..SI S5
.. 1 3
.. 1 10
.. 2 IS
........... ........ a ou
CLASSIFICATION 03T TBE ABOVE EOUTZS
3 SO
f irst Claaa.
Piano Fortes, Books, Stationery, Boots, 8hoo Li-
111 irs. Oils. A-e.. in Im.iiIa.. rui. . .1 ...... . V
pentine in barrels; Carpeting. China, Class and i:Uiss
wur. In riMM I 'I. -L a i'j f.-n j ,-.
, -- . " - v.-... 1 .n-iv-i ic , v 01 i'n 1 1 rr 1 p ;
Cutlery, in cases, casks, and boxes; Pry Ooo.ls. in
KsT -nil Kb 1-u rWst.n. t,-s.;a r . a . .
Furc. liurden Se?dn. lxkitiff .U.-n nd UMkiui.
Una fil-t.. ,. ., . . .1. .
" 1 1 ""u-ti v hmw .j v!i,vri, iq can. ua
irp; haddlery. Tin nud BritaiiiAUi Wmre; Tc aud
-pices.
Second C1a
Hardvtm. artih tw, aa a. a j
Tlurd rlww.) Cuff Wills. Machinery: loreicn !.-
iu uaimm mm i lonacco in Dose?; I catti
r . n rilllal nH rk--aa - fli'. I- ..!.
CrrcpTery and Q'teenoware. in crates and caftk lace
tt' K itlr.t T1 ... CV. m TT . '
"'S y s-I , purr" rr hopper.
Xhlrd CIaft.
Axe. Fhovtiln-Si .! firt lr. trin -i . i
t T v "''- .'ut sail u j iu in
rigs, Tin Hate, Anvils.Vices.c.isks.irtTniinsand Hoes
V! a rr. i 1 1 l snH d 1 ' , .
ill Gearing. OtrruL Snrint-a -...i ai.." i .1 1
WhceUaud Axles, Ch.tirs, Spikes, and Rosin ui bbU
Special Itatra.
Furniture and Carriages boxed, nnd other light ar
ides not enumerated - I'm Curh..... Af
. .. . " alius. r inn
er Chemicals, w-ll be charged by actual wen-l.t .
iouble Fust CUtss rates.
3T" No charge for drvce. wh.irf:ieo nr f.., i
mc The above rates cover all i'iiomJ,. rr..m v- '.
York to Nashville.
S-"" Steven won snrt .11 u..tl....a
. - V. . u .''iivuie ana
Chattanooga Road, west of Stevenson, entitled toabova
Inauraiirp.
PV tl' above Lines n..r eei.l I.- tl w .. ..
, - . I - liin'l I'T I 111!,.
burir, WhiH-lii g, Pnrkersburg and tlie Ohio' K-ver
making a durerence of to to 75 centu per loa pounds
on dry goods.
TI r Road will not be reso.in.oM.. r,,- .
occurring at sea.
Oools shipM'd via Savannah should be consigned to
Agent Centra! Railroad, Savannah, tin.
uuoii s:iiiim.(i via t n:ir estoii shoul.l be consigned l
Agent South Caro ina RailmHd, 1iarleton.
v ii.i.i.r h. ANi'r.icsox,
J1&-f Oeneral Agent.
Smitlilaiid, I'ntlurali, Louis
ville, St. 1. 011 is and 3Icniplii
UliUVStiATkX i-Acwvvrs,
LEAVING NASHVH-LE OX
Tlondaya, Wrdnoda a, 'I'll itratla) m,
and Safiirdav., af 1 0 't Jot It . ,r.
The new stileio-titl iiH.ajn..lrM...in... invt-invt- .
Capt. H.C. Mjitboxv, will leave Nashville on Uonilais
Ullll Tbltt. Ir.t'U u 111 .....t.u.l A f
The licht draiigl t passenger steamer, fTRA, Ca'
iturr Hot, will leave Nashville ou Weducsdavs,
and Fat'ir'lays at 10 o'clock, A. M.
The ilelit draught passenger stomer RTAN'CHK
LF-WIP, Capt. John I. IUtkmav, le4ve Nanhvillo
on Tiies laj-b anil Fridays, at 10 o'clock, A M.
The a)ve named are fir't class light-rlrar.ght Ras.
senger fruits, and they will leave regularly n their
arioiDt.d r!vs, making connections at radueah uri
the United bu-Ues Mail packets lor the bIkv. named
places. For freight or iMuge app'v on board or to
j'"- A. HAMILTON, A-;k-.
VAUI. lW.l.VCl.t..
Cabin I'assacc to !Vev Ytirk $20.
Steerace M 44 44 Ml.
$20 00
NEW-TOEK & CHAE.LEST0N 6IDE WHEEL
u. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Through in 48 to 50 Hoars.
Steamship CtiM"mi.,l(tiio tons. ..M. Horry, Comdr.
" NASimiIJ:.1800t.n..LM. Murrav,
" JAMAn;ER. 1500 tons.. K. .lams,
" MARION, 1.VMI fns W J. Foster, "
IEAVT5 A'lper s Wharves every Wednesday and
Saturday. a kiyk u-itr.r.
These sieam.-lni s acre all built expressly fie- this
line, and for safety, .eed and comfort are unrlvalleil
on the coa-t. Tables supplied with every luxury.
Attentive and courteoi.s Commanders will ensure trav.
elers by this line every possible comfort, having ele
gant Slate Room i couiunnlalious.
Cabin I'axaage f jo
Steerage Q
For freicht or pasaire apjilv M
HKNRV Mk,K)N S: CO., Agents,
Corner Last Bav and A'iger's tSotith Wharf,
JylO-tf Charleston. S. C.
FOR KEW YORK.
FASTEST lillYi: !!
5-3W ' toSrri
111jC11 !!
CAU IN PASSAGE $20!!
I.nKlIIT lower Ui.li by any tber Flearoera ! KIX
Cents per foot FOR AU. KVi OF MEAS11.F
MENTt.OOlti. Light Bakksia 37 , cents earh, and
olhrr arivie in iypirti-m!
The splendid an l c inmortlous side wheel Steamer.
AI'CSTA,...,,10 tims Cat. M. S. Woodlrull.
FLflRIPA, I.30O " " Isaac OroweU.
ALABAMA,.... 100 " " Oeo.R.ScheucIt
An nssT rtm r-KOitiiEa
STAR OF THE SOL'TH. 1 ,loo tons,.. .Capt. Thoa. Lyon.
These SUauiKlii. belong to the old established and
favorite line, kiHiwuas the ''New York and tsavannah
Steam Navigation Couiiwny ," aud in comfort, accom
lua1aUitis and fire, cannot be excelled. Iliey are
commanded by experienced, skilllul, careful aud po
lito ottlcors.
PAULXl-ORI), FAY fc CO.,
Ac ents , sia vannah .
BAM'U L. MnXTHlX iHiN,
wsy-ctf AgeuU, Ner York.' '
Freights by Sail Vessels and Pro
pellers from
eir York, Philadelphia, Boston
and Dalliruorcs
'sTiinhi . fej,
". f" EHfH A NTS who ruy ship by the above vesrela
If A ar. lnf.irmel tint by consigning their goods lo
the agents of the tSnutli Carolina RaUnad, CtiarltMlon,
nr agents of O-nlral Railroad, Savaunah, they will ba
forwarded ft of c.uutnimioiis. (drayage and wharf
age only charged,) aud be soul through at tha follow
nig rates:
First 1m, per 100 lbs ..tlXS' '
8-oB. tliuji 1 00
Third flaw HO
- - I : r. I 1 . . 1 . . . ... A - l,UI - A .
. ; " MM r 1 llu. .--.. ( 1W IUB. .... A IV
Bii! shoa nig amount, paal vcaneis and amount charg
ed for drayage aud wharfave, will be rua. led to con-
SlgnMUS. UIAS. W. AM't-KXlN,
May tf - - General Agent.
November 9, 1S7.
Little Miami aud Colambus and
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ZXCLTJ5ITXY AN EA8TESV BOTTTZ.
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To all the Eastern Citle.
U- A. M. I jghUihig Exprass, through In Cutuinbus.sad
CJevalaud wil-ot chaugaas' cars. M F. M. Eva
nmg txprcas. through to bvUtr aadPitu iburg without
cbang. of cars. -
I oar Dally Trains. :
ITW TRAIN. Oeveland, Fituburg, t?tecbenvil!e,
aad Wheeliac Ughtnrug taoren -Leave. ttcuiaau as -
o'clock A. M-, fur all the llern ernes- alw, t'ring
ftcld. Thts train stops btwe OsmsaM aad Columbus at
Lavwi.ud, M.trui., Xruia, .ud Loo lou only. ,
r-tttVl 1KALV (Tevvlaud -prert Hat! 1trH -
CUteirui.tiat V 0 A. K. tH jxitikirt, Bu!alt, Nvw ork
b-tt., av., W Ueelin;, Ui.taie.re, fhii.l. Iphu, Wah.
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lh I.'hiu rt al all points o-:lwe.a Ci.icuiiiati and
Cul.ottli
Ililiili 1KAIN. Accoearooda-oa leaves Cincinnati
at 4 40 I. M. f'r rrhigeld and Columbus.
- This train mlmt aiak' connscuuns fur Wilmington,
laaeaatrr and ZanesviUe. This train siuja stall poiuts
brtwea (W laaati and Cetuaibtis. 1
rot'LTH TUAiV eiev.id, Futshurg and WWU
lag Xht FjfM..Lavr Clacianatl al 0 o'clock
F. M .lur aU lbs Faatera cra. . -'
Tu train slops al all point. btM CUxinnatl aad .
Odunbwa.
So traia oa ftus lays. -
Trains roa by Colutubut tiraa serea nxinutes faster
lba Cine aa nan tita.
lor Thresjh Tleketa
Aad all la orauttja at Cutc-u-utti pieaM apply at lbs
Utile M-tni aud Oovuigtoa aad laxtngloa ot&os. No- 1
Burnett Hooac.or at Uie Old Otiice, wulh wlsI corner . .
Broadway ao4 Fruat, u;powt hpoucer House, or al
ta. iasisra UrpuC
3. MRAD, 9uperiatoadent
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THE OMNISft-H UNE catts far fnsjeag rs at'all tbs
nrtacil bouda for ej b and every train. By teavtaf
diracus at either of lhe abova otUces, w.ll rail (or
rasaeagera ui aU parts ef tha cv, a uhoui but.
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