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pools, Shots. v&c
R. S. H0LLINS '& CO.,
1 A (Erqnspartation.
NEW fiRVG STORED
B. . ,., WILLS. 1
1 V oV at" Boonta.
a. B. josk
WELLS. nOOPER &"'C0..
TvmOLSAL AND RETAIL SEALERS EN
Drug, Medicinei, Cnemi
eala, Fainta, Yarnishe. Oils,
Dye-atolli, Brnahea of all
kind., Perfumery, Taney ar
ticle, Fine Winea and Li
quor, (for Medical Purpos
es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac- fi
BanSs, Ac., fte., No. 21 Cedar atreet,
t .Nashville, Tennessee,
ABE now receiving at their Store a large and pen
era I assortment of Freeh Drugs, Ac, for the
Bummer Trade, embracing everything to be called for
to a Ini(r Store.
They have also Just received a large lot of Pure
White Lead and Snow White Zinc in nil, which they
will sell very low for cash. Those who wish to dis
guise their old domicilii by giving them a new dress
would do well to give thrm a call. They have all the
" various colors, ground in oil, generally used by Faint
Those who want Pnre and Freih Drags and Medi
cinrs will do well to rive them a call.
P. S Prescription neatly and accurately com-
pounded at all hours by experienced Prescrlplionists.
fob25 tf : '
T. M. UUk 4.
RAINS & BROWS,
Druggists and Prescriptionists,
- " No. 19, South side Public Square,
. . Kasha-llle, Tcnn.
A COMTa.ETEassortrnentof English and
J. American Chemicals, pure and una
dulterated Drugs, fresh and geneine X'
tracu, select powders, Ac, always on
hand. Flavoring Extracts, such as Leiu
cn Rose. Vanilla. Pine Ai nle. Ftrawbor-
ry. Celery. Almond, Raspberry, Peach and Orange
extracts for flavoring. Best Bermuda Arrow Root,
Ung'ai'S, Cloves, Nutmegs, Cinnamon , Ac.
j3329 RAINS A BROWN.
. A LARGE supply of genome Swedish leeches just
V tt ived and for sale bv
- - RAINS BROW,
-tnay27-tf " ""' No. 19 Public Square
To Coach and Carriage Manufacturers, Cal
net Maker and Painters.
rfllE undersigned have received the agency for t
J. s.il of the. celebrated VARNISHES nunuTactur
y the "Haywood Varnish Manufacturing Companj
which are uuiversally acknowledged to besnperini
any other Varnishes in the I'nited State, and have
received a large supply of the following different kt
which they will sell at a very small advance on Ud
farinrers' prices' :
Blaek Enameled Coach Body Varnish,
EI.IKtlC " "
Im. English Wearing " "
" " Pale Coach "
Prown Japan "
White ' "
' Scraping; " i
Flowing ' ,
. , Polishing . ' ' . .
P.:nrtlr..n . '
" White Copal "
Walnut Slain "
Extra Fine Carriage - '
N. 19 Public Square, opposite Market House.
I AAA GALU'N'S Tanner's Oil, bst quality Just
I , lt received and for sale low by
BHISTOI, HICK K III S T, and Mount Ea
gle Tripoli, for polishing gold, silver, brass, glass,
Ac. : a new article; for sale by
JaliliW RAINS BROWN.
J o. ;. u no wn,
43 College Street.
Dealer in Drags, Medicines, Chemicals, Dye
Stuffs, Painta, Oils, Varnishes, Window
Glass, Glassware, Perfumery,
Fine Soaps, Hair and
i Tooth Brushes,
And all Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
IV Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, is
very complete, having received large
additions, consisting partly of Lubins'
and Ramus' Extracts; French, American
and German Cologne; Delluc's ami l.n
hiu'a Sachets: Hair Brushes: Metal, China
and paper Putt Boxes; Shell, Fino, and Dressing
Combs, Ac., for sale by JO. O. BROWN'.
TO.E WAKE of every
description for sale
JO. G. BROWN.
Ait riKTM ror.oits in
wnptinu, for sale by
tubes of every de
.IO. . BROU N.
COXGUICSS and Kn iIKK WATICIIS
always uu hand, whicii I receive lirect irom the
Springs. JO. ti. BKOWN.
IGmTt- it H I I A I II MrsTAHen's AJsloraU ve ;
. Woo.l'B ll4torer;
B glo's Fluid.
)an23 JO. C BROWN.
LOl)0 IMm TICK A very suiwrior article
made by Barclay, Perkins it Co. , iu pints and
quu-t. JO. G. BKOWN.
COIi LIVEII Oil. 5 gross juht received
preiarcd by liodgemau, Clark A Co.
jan'JJ JO. (i. BROWN.
MO0r;i:ilALA WHISKY. A very
suerior article, guarantied to be pure.
Jn2 . ; , JO. ti. BROWN.
Bl.I'Ii I.ITK WATER in half barrels and
in pint bottles, for sale at Louisville priros.
jan JO. G. BROWS'.
A. II. K OSCOE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Irii, fdlcliips, Iye-stur,
Perfumery I'alnla, Ollss,
Glaaat, Jlruslien, White Lead, Arc. Ac.
Corner of Broad and Market streets,
IlIAVF. constantly on lind a larite and
well selected stoclt of the above nrti
clei, together w.th a larie assortment "f
Fan-. y articles; all of which is ot!eret for
ale on the most accommodating terms.
Aium. li.000 pounds:
, Arrow Root, 100 pounds, Rermu la and Florida -
B iiii-stoiie, 5 j0 p-Min Is, r'llned;
,4'aa.nrUd, MO gallons;
I Copperas, 20 barrl,V'Me grceu;"
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels w
Cuiu Camphor, 100 pounds;
Indigo, &o0 pouiiiU. Fine to Common;
Madder, 1 ,000 Kuin.i, first quality ;
Super Carb. tioda 4,uo0 pounds prime;
Flour Sulphur, M0 pounds.
All of which is offered at the lowest prices'
ju29 . A. II. ROSCOE.
Change of Schedule.
XASIITILLE AM) tllATTAXUllliA K11L110AD.
zr DOUULE DAILY TRAINS -Q
EACH WAY OVKU THE ItOAI.
ON and after SCNPAY, JCXY 11th, 1853, the Pas
stngur Tram will run as follow :
Leave Nashville daily at i A. M aud "JO P. M.
Arriving at ChatloituKa al J:JU P. M.aud 1 M A. VI.
Leave Cualtanocya at U A. M. aud W P il.
Arriving at Nashville at T.ao I'. M. and 8:10 A. M.
Through ticket are sold ut Nashville to the lolluw-
Ing places and at prices named:
Macon, Ut. ,
MootgoBiery . Ala
ft 30 Avi;uiU, Ua., $15 50
00 W ttmiDKloti. N. C, '1 50
12 no Ruoxvillr, leuu., 12 00
11 oo l.yiicbburg, Va. , V4 OO
10 00 l et-'mhurn, Vs , -1 40
14 00 Richmond, Va. , 27 40
,17 00 w'axlunKion, 1 oo
20 00 IkilUiuore, 31 00
20 00 Philadelphia, 00
2d 00 New York. 3d 00
t'harleelou, S. C,
The Ticket Olnce is In too I asseiiger lVMt, and is
vpeo ane kour before Hie slarlltig of each Train, whicli
allows ample time lor the purcb.iM of Tickets. It is
open at no other tfme ntiruiK lUo day. PawtetiKers
for the Fa-itara cities liiave on the & A. 11. Traiu,
which I'onuecu tlirouguout with Trains uu Hie utliur
roi. Time to Kichnioud ii hours; Washington two
days; Phila lelphw two aud a half , aud New York
three days. lUui is the cUc;ivst aud best route from
Nasavillc to the Kast.
New OiWus paecuuj;ers leave on the 2:30 P. M.
. Traiu, arrivuig at Muutphut m time to couueci for New
Orloaus, uu Uiu evonuig wt th. next day, ami no
IbieogU alUt biu wittioot deieulMm at Momphut,
Those for McMinuville, Sau In. and ik. rsb. l.a Spriu.K,
Uave NaabvUlo ou thu UJO 1'. M. Train, huh tun
awcia diruvtly at TuiiaUoma with the Traiu lor M Miiin
villd. Peraoua Icavuig McMiunviUe m the oiruing
arrive at Nashville at 1:30 P. M.
At Nashvillu, there are boats which h-ave daily for
SuiilhUuid, auu cooliect with b u (or dillereni places
OB the OUloaod MlscUiSippI rivers; also, a daily hue of
lagos for Lomsviile, leaving every moruixg u th.
arrival t ihe uihtexirMu
. By tuts change t suelule, the Train from Mem.
phut Coouecia direct at Meveusoil Willi our up aud
' doxa day Trams, Causing no delay U Naalivdle aud
' E.uil.ro aasrugeis, aud ue hour u g.ilueJ u cr lb j
' former tit bed a U In gouig to MemphU from N:isli Ml..
C. L AM'tlWiN,
tf. ;eoial Ticket A not,
PllATT, OAKLCY CO.,
LATK rAUMLH, BRACK 4 CO.,
KBLISniBS, LUlikSLLLEBS t STaTIU.S,
JVo. 'il 31 ii r ray Street,
PO. k CO. .offer at tvw priors, f eash,and libera'
terms for approved treuit, a tarfe stock jt
. HANK AMD O fi t ICE STATIOXEHY,
BLANK ANI AC1VCNT Book?,
RECEIPT AXD 3IE310RASDUJI BOOKS.
PAPER OP ALL XCfDS.
CARDS, CCCil.S, HILL WiaMV,!.,) f).
B1BLE9, MlATLL-VNtuCS AND
r ' i f r : r f sciiOOL books, j t
T. 0. k CO. Publish ttuliiuua' series of Oratuntars,
Cmuiuc,'s suites) vs in. ouuuces; Hosier's t'tiysu.k
(m; Brock les0 's Atiouoiii;; Uluey ' Gwrahy,
' o-wiy revUca, fcoullioiu CUa Kvadrrs: I aimer's
' tUto keeping; sud the "cheapest aud best" ttpeliuia
Uuufc ever d, ; X 1 -'-
CAroc Vor Sale.
I HAVE qilw a -iu.- .4 .Vkiw OU Ub4 for
aio: shlmii a o-.a 4i er Wtv.it OeaOiStreaS mi
Jlojira( a.-YM.'l .'"'", o ks, sulwul,
, A.c. Call o. 4 , ,w . WJ4- U fcavVIi, Ja.
- ...i.-u-,. , . . . , -
B S.iV.PIKE'sS -
S. N. PIKE,
Xo. 18. and 20 Sycamore street,
. CICI.ATI, OHIO,"
POLE MANCKACTTRER CF THE CELEBRATED
ALL KIXDS OF DOMESTIC IIQWRS,
Cologne anil Vre Spivlts,
AICOIIOL, of all strengths,
And constantly a large supply of old and choice
Bourbon, Rye and Monongaliela Whisky.
A a a I l H A TV ,
Ko. 30, Front Street,
TJARTICt'LAR attention civen to flllinar or- ,
lersl'or CIjOVF.R, TIMoTH Y and other
see.ig; rANM.iy. SOAP. I.AHI) & I.IXSKEI) ,
orLc; niKKE, BUTTER, CORDAGK, and articles of
Cincinnati Manufacture and Produce generally.
00 Pnrchaces made for cash, and prcmipt custom
ers. gL't all the udvaiit-ieef of discounts and low price
which tnotiev commands. a
Jan. 14 -
v"vTu Aiiai aSi co.,
Portable (iriiulin and Bolting
forncr of Westtrii Kow and Sffom! Street,
WE FIRXISII A rfl)irLETE ML AT $550.
rjlJIIS comprises French Burrs, 20 inches (in iron
X. frame), Holtuiu Chest, two pairs of conveyors,
two sets of Elevators, with HcititiK and GcarinK, all
ready to run; Reel 3 feet in diameter and 16 feet long,
aud Silk Bolting t'loth, ( best I'lilch Anker brand.)
We guaranty this Mill to turn out
Fifty Harrelsof Flour per Day!
We build larjte sized Flour Mills, also Corn and Feed
Mills, Smut Machines, Flour Packers, .Vc., and furnish
Eug-liica, Holler and !HIU Clearing of
The ben Dutch Anker brand lioititiK Cloth and Belt
IliK of all sixes at lowest prices.
Circularn, kiviiik rticulars, sent upou application
with stamp enclosed.
feb!7 dly W. W. HAMER h CO.
Slwcs, Cin lUnrc, elf.
j. W. WILSON,
Manufacturer and Dealer in"
a n n
C A T I i a S I
KEEPS conatantly oa hand for salo at the lowest
WOOD AND CO Ala
UEATIXtt AXD OFFICE STOVES,
Four sizen, and best make, put np and warranted.
Wrou'jjlit-Iron Cooliing Slovcs,
For wood. I'.'U' k:xes the beiit Cooking Stove now in
use will la.-d, Willi care. from lifteciito eighteen years
and oook with greutiT convenience and in lesv time
than any ( a-it-irou Stove. 1 have also just received
the following :
FOne Hundred, Assorted Sin s,
MASSCn'S 5 SIM'TE ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
the best th it Is now in use
Water landers, all sixes and patterns.
Refrigerators lor keeping Meats aud Butter.
Fine abu tment ot Chamber Toilet Sells.
Paloiit KuUe. (Vanora.
Froit Cans 1 1 my own make, will keep a good supply
made in the best manner either for sealing or sohler
Old Dominion Co flee l'ots;
Best article f'r making Coffi-e now tn use, ill make
with oas-tlurd less material and purer aud stronger
than any other, hckiitca retaining all the aroma of the
Codoe. For sale by
J. W. WII.ON,
may6-tf No. 17 College at
Coal Oil Lamps
JUST received 250 knap J. me s Patent Coal Oil
Lam, various siz.s and Mlm,hub make a
pure while aud steady ligtit, ah ut gresn,odor or
smoke. Aiso, a yeuti supply ol th. Coal eHI.
Mi Lampk aud Oil for sale hv
j. W. Wit. iV,
augT-lf 17 College si.
Tllla OLD DOilNION
c o r v i: i: v o T .
rj'llW newOmca Ptn, for which a rwteal has beon
jL laauwi, powue. Uom advautaeov.r all others :
yon amy boil cotK iu u f.- any leugth of time, wtu.
out a rtu.'U d the ti engttt or aroma escaping. Oae
tourlii kcoUu isiiuueU, and lit. full fiavoruf Ule
berry retau-l. A la rye uuuiber ul trmuiiouiaU have
been rolvel fium thoss who have used it. We
have space for only on. :
TakOu UisiMoji Cuiraa Pot W. have had ta use
now, lur ok l two moutlut, oue of Ihoau la.ich talked
of codes LK I, and wo Uu4 ll;al K de., IU all respects,
what is claimed lr It. You may boll onee Ui tue OM
lainmiun lor any leu.'th of Uiu. uu chouse, and y.l
lose Bou of lue d labile arotua or iiuklU. This
deaaableeud is atUau.U by a Simpls, but tuealous,
coutrtvaues iu lu. sUa Jf a coudeuaor , ith dou.
bkt syphous.by luraus of which the aruiua bearuut
vapor, hah usually goes ail ovsr the house or up
the ctmnnry, i tuntcuwj aud thrown back into the
Cvdee boiler, aud you have Its dellctoua Savor Ul the
cup you bruit; 10 your lips, lu all our expurteuc of
eaaW-druiku4, s liev.r found auythu.f SkubJ to
what w now have daily at oar aaorains rasal. It la
the DerfMtioa of coflj 'tia4Atj Xmnutj Jr
stal. JCThieal, ll,S,3, 4,6, 10, and 19 quarta. Lar.
r sisks oia iu order.
roraaleliy J. r. WILSOX,
4 if. Kaahvlltc, Tens.
Notice of Dissolution.
'PHK partnrr.Uip tx-tUut between R. LANIER k
L .c.O. iliU-UauJer His sl)le of U. LaMJlK
Co. , Is Uta aae dawadyed. K. LaoMr bavins; purchas
4 Ueo. Mnwii eaure laarnl la the sua Brai, laaloae
authortd to stie ay the same, . U. LAM1JL
Mar. aa, itsa-
t f fUferrtiig M th above aocce, I uk frau
;dsauye ui rscuiuinauduig to my frtaaaa my lata aw
au la bu uess, Mr. B. Lsiuier, aa a f Mints n
.vs.-y wsy worthy of their aouliuaod patroaaga. . .
sUrwh a, vtw. MUtlU
KOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY,
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal. Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government,
under the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havana, on
Xneaday, September 28tli, 1858.
'i4,0 OO 10 1a lu A w s V
Sorteo N umero 605 Ordinario.
1 Prize of ...$100,o0
1 " - ' ."..... 60,000
1 - " 80,000
1 " " li.ooo
Prize of S2,n0t
10 " " v. i,cw
62 " 6O0
143 " " ........ 400
20 Approximations.. .8JC?
1 " ...... . 10,000
4 Approximations to the ai0o.000,of $400 each : 4
of 400 to 6O.O00; 4 of 400 to 30,000 , 4 of 400 to 15,000;
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Tleket20t If alvea$10; Qnar
Prixe cashed at sight at 6 per cent, discount.
Bilis on tiio Nashville City Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
gir AH orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dresHed to lON RODKIGL'tZ, (care of City Post')
Charleston, So. Ca sep'-td
"swan & cos lotteries"
SAVAX eAc CO.
Continue to Draw as Usual
AV'ithout Interruption !
S W A X i CO.'S
LOTTZEIZS ARE LEGAL, AND
AUTHORIZED BY THE
STATE OF GEORGIA
TUE LATE ATTEMPT TO INJURE
OCR FIRM HAS SHOWN
THAT OCR LOTTERIES ARE DRA W.V FAIRLY;
THAT 01 R PRIZES ARE PAID PCSCTCALLY ;
AND THAI OCR SCHEMES
Are ?Iore Liberal than any other Lot
tery in the World!
fTUIE following Scheme w.H be drawn by S. Bwas S
X Co., Managers of the Sparta Acudciuy Lottery, it
each of their Single Number Lotteries for Skptkmhkr
lb;iS.at AUGUSTA, Georgia, in public, under the so
perintendence of CommiHioiu rs.
Class 35 draws Saturday, October 2, 1858.
Class 36 draws Saturday, October 9, 1858.
Class 37 draws Saturday, October 16, 1858.
Class 38 draws Saturday, October 23, 1858.
Clasa 39 drawa Saturday, October 30, 1858.
ON THE FLAN OF SINGLE NTJMBEES.
5,485 Frizes. Nearly one Prize to evervnine
TO HK DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN SEPTEMBER.
1 Prize of
4 Prizes of ...
4 " ' ...
4 ti .
60 " " ...
50 " " ...
1(10 " " ...
230 " ...
4 l'n s ol 4oO Approx glo $70,000 Prize are $1 ,600
4 " " 300 " " 30,000 " " lJOO
4 " 2S) " 10.000 " " 800
4 " " 125 " " 6,000 " " 600
4 " " 100 " " 4.000 ' " 400
4 " " 75 " " 3,000 300
4 ' " 50 ; 1,600 " 200
6,000 " " 20 are 100,000
5,485 Prizes amounting to $320,000
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 50-
.n.A Circular showiim the pLin of tlie Lotteries
will he sent to any one desirous of receiving it.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fol
lowing rates, which is the risk :
Curtiliuates of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, $80
" " 10 Half " 40
" 10 Quarter " 20
" 10 Eighth " 10
IN ORDERING TICKETS OR CERTIFICATES.
Enclose the money to our address for the Tickets or
dered, on receipt of whicli they will be forwarded by
first mail. Purchasers can have tickets ending in any
thjrure they may designate.
The List of Krawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent
to purchasers immediately after the drawing.
4aY- Purchasers will please write their signatures
plain, and give their Post Oillce, county and Stat.
CJT Remember that every Prize ia drawn and paya
ble without deduction.
aS" All prizes of $1,000 and under, paid immediate,
ly alter the drawing other prizes at the usual time ul
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Ticketa or Certificates to
S. SWAN & CO., Augusta, Ga.
ij Persons residing near Montgomery, Ala., or
Atlanta, (ia., can have their orders tilled, and save
time, by addressing S. Swan & Co., at either of those
A list of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is
utitled to, will be published after every drawing, in
the following paars : Auourln (Oa.,) Gmttitutumal
it, .Veui Orleans Delia, Mobile Riyitter, CkarletUm
Srawltint. Naihrille !azeite, Atlanta Intelligencer, New
York Weekly Dan H""t, Savannah Georgian, Riek
mond IHiiatch, S'ew Y-rk Dispatch, and J'uuldinij
(Mis'.) Clarion,and Little Ruck (lrfc.) True Democrat
or Snlc-Co- Utnt.
Ksecutor's Sale of Ileal Estate.
THE undersigned are now uHcring at private sale,
all that portion of luuii, lying on the South side
of the Charlotte Turnpike, belonging to the estate of
the late Matthew Barrow, deceased. The land lies lu
full view, and within about two miles of the State
Capitol, and is laid out in lou vary ing iu size from
fourlccu to twenty nir.e acres, all flouting on the
Turnpike road. These lands will he sold ul fair pri
ces and on liberal time. Any persons wishing to ex
amine thcui, or to ascertain particulars iu relation to
the terms, will please call ou John C. barrow, near
the premises, or on J. L. & R. W. llrown, Real Estate
Agents, or tho uudersigned lu Nashville.
M. S. PILCnER,
J. C. ToliUETf,
septlO-tf Executors of M. Harrow, dee'd.
To Ilxcltanse or Sale.
A LIKV3.Y Negro Woman, a year old, and her
XA. five children, the oldest a boy 12, the next a girl
10 and soon down to an infant, will lie sold or ex
changed for other Nurrocs to some one living in the
country, and that wants them for their own use, and
not for speculation. Apply to
augll-tf WILL. L. BOYD.
175,000 Worth of Most Tuluable Real Estate.
JWIIJ. sell on the most reasonable terms somo ol
the moot desirable city property ever ottered in
this market ; lying on Cherry , Cedar, Market and Spruce
Sta., suitable for business bouses or private dwellings.
I propose ui exchange the above for likely Negroes, at
tlie behtcasn prices.
mayla-U - WILL. L. BOYD. Jr.
Coal Stock, for Sale.
WE hive 133 Shares Hon tsville Coal Mining Stock
we wish to sell or exchange for hkely young
Necroes or citv property.
aug.'4-tf H. II. HAYNES Ac CO.
Negroes for Sale.
WE have a good Lot of Negroes for sale, some 10
or 12 I.IkFXY HOYS from 16 to 20 years old.
Several young women with one child each; 4 or 6
good Huise tiirls, 16 to 20 years old, well qualified,
can he highly recommended; a good Carpenter 26
years oi l; 3 good Cooks, 0 or 8 men from 26 o 40
years old. H. 11. HAYNE3 k CO.
I AM offering for sale that bcatitilul House and Lid,
en Cherry street, atljouilug the '-I'utou Uuilduigs,'
(no in course f erection,) fronting OO feet aud run
amg back 181 feet. This is the most desirable prop
erty lu the city for sale. Also, two Store Houses on
Market street uear Spring st. Apply to
WILL. I- BOYP,
Jyl-tf No. 50 Cherry street,
Filly iYegroe for Sale.
AMONG the. lot w. have several good Families, two
or three young Womeu with first child, four good
llvue Boys. 2 boys from 18 to 20, good Ihuing-room
8.srv.u.Ls, with agHd lotol field hands, men and girls,
sikI a good Blacksmith and Barber.
pr2a-tf U. H. HAYNES k CO.
Jacks, Jennets aud Cattle
XHA E for sale on my plantation, ia Jackson coun
ly , Nme Jacks, freiu two to six year .Id, of good
Je; the largest about 16 bauds high; eigntocn Jen
' U and forty bead il Caul. Km- ttrihtr pai lieular
ily -to tlie undersign eU at Nashvttte.
a-iglo-airtwlaa W. W. WoOI FOli.
7" Fciir li7nt. ; --
fHE desirable resldei.ee, No. 21 mrtn Spruce street
i ew furuiture,at IU worth
AHdv at this oflica or U
Ou the reninie.
VNEAT end ootntitrutle dwelling, situated just
beyond In Nashvdle snd CUaUauoog Kadrua.1
.' 'yot,ia Huies's Adlilx, with a good cistera and
'. ery eouvetitrnc eeceSMry ro renu.r a a desirable
I aUMvac. Apply to W. U HOVI', Jr.,
augii-if No. 50 Cherry st.
FOIt IllLN'T. 7"
pHATElitiAMlXiKt-lioiSa., No. 71 east side
. L Public square, fwaieily- occupied by Lyons 4
l Pisme.siua given I milled mtelv. Apply Ui
lylt . lUUNarOfUi. McWHIKtkU A CO.
j . uu iHiu.i w 114 res um. mm ies
v . sous m nwJitfUM mm a wis rujw 4rV
Ivrta. ua MuticUv aext, iVpt. sah.
lirdsr aiay fee Ml at bis rooia at th $ ir
TJiC eopartaersciip heretofore etwtkag asaler th
asaisaad style of DM, U Hok.V a tiX,ttit
day dbsdved by auutuel consent. Was. It. Hurl tak
ing all ft vdeta,aud K aloa oin is -d to colics I ail
tu. debts due tua arm, and pay all Uiuta a amstlh
asm. '-if. . ' WM. H HuaN,
, .pa . ; . . u wujol
H HlKN will SJBluiai Us Vrvisee at tfc
id stand ua Cutler, wfwl, whoea aaatfiil warkav-tt
will fe. lutiad W earcuU an worm autrw.tr fa turn
car... .. v - .Hl-Xa
a. o. aaaauT.
LAIS IK IX, PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale; Grocers,7 1
AND DEALERS IN :
Foreign and Domestic Liquor,
Ko. 39, Haiuurr Snuocr,
E are now tn receipt of a large and choice aa-
r Groceries and Liquors,
eximprising every article in our line, and to w hich we
would respectfully solicit the attention of the trade .
300 bhds La. Sugar; '
100 b bis Bait. Crushed 125 bxs Havana do7
Sugar; 300 bbls Molasses;
60 bbls Powd. Sugar; ISO -i do do;
25 " Grandutticd do; 60 bbls Golden Syrup;
60 bxs 0 R Loaf do; IS tiercesClarincd Sugar
880 bags Rio Coffee ; I t0 casks English Soda f
226 ' Laguira Coffee; 100 dozen Buckets ;
60 " Pepper; 40 nesta Tubs;
35 " Spice; 60 bxs"Hare'a Extrs"
16 " SS Almonds; Tobacco;
15 bbls Pecans; 76,000 ass't'd Cigars, 'extra
175 kitU Mackerel; brands-'
75 cases Teas ; 25 tiorces Riee ;1
300bxs Star Candles; 30 cases Pickles:
350 " Summer do; 60 " Atatches;
275 Boston Soap- 75 coils Lute liooe; "
60 " Foxes' Starch; , 2 csks Hutch Madder;
25 cases Sardines; 10 ceroons Indigo;
400 bxs Scotch Herrings-, 12 bbls Alum,
150 bales Cotton Twine; ex.,x.,&c.
6 casks Malaga Wine; 200 cases St. Julian Clared
15 i !' Old Sherry 60 " "Haul Talleu''
10 X " Old Port Wine; "extra;"
2 i " Madeira " 100 baskets Champagne;
3 X Pipes Champagne 75 cases Chamgne Cider;
Cognac extra; 50 " Brandies as 't'd,
15 J plws Otard, Uupuy 40 " Brandy Cherrit ;
k Co. , Cognac ; 150 bbls Country Whisky;
10 casks Jamaica Rum; 600 " Rectified do;
25 " Louisiana do; . 300 pack 'gs iHmi. Brandies,
11 puncheon Hoi. Gin; etc. .etc.
LANIER, PHILLIPS A CO.,
JunelO. No 39 Market street.
A. C. CaKTER. FXUX G. M KAY.
W. C. WILSrORD.
CARTER, M'MY & CO.,
Auction aud Commission, Ilecetviug
AND P&AIXUH IX
Fine Brandies, "Wines and Domestic Liquors,
No. 73, PuMic Square,
OCR business w ill be continued under the samestyle
and firm as heretolore. Thankful to our cusban
ers and friends. for their liberal patronage, we respect
fully solicit a continuation of the same.
A. C. CARTER,
FELIX . M'KAY,
Jan 25 tf W. C. WILSFORI).
WE have been appointed sole Agents of Nashvillo
for the sale of James Thomas' jr., (of Richmond
Va. ,) Celebrated Tobacco.
Just received 200 boxes of the following brands, vis:
JEWEL OF OPHIR,
UCTXtK OF SPONGE CAKE,
which we will sell at tho Manufacturers' prices for
Cash. CARTER, M'KAY k CO.
K( BBLS. SALMON TROUT; 100 half bbls. Salm
01 un Trout, just received, direct from Lake Su
perior, caught within the lust ninety davs.for sale by
jy2I-tf CARTER, McEAY k CO.
i f f WHOLE and half barrels new Mackerel, put
XUU up this season, just received direct from
Bobiou, for sale by
augl8-tf CARTER, M'KAY k CO.
KfiA BAGS Prime Baltimore Coffee just receivep
JUU CARTER, M'KAY A CO
. NOEL &. CO.,
And Dealers In
100 hhds. fair to choice Su- bxs. Havana Sugar;
gar; 25 bbls. laf Sugar;
10 hhds clarified Sugar; 10 " powdered Sugar;
Co fl ee.
000 bags Rio Coffee: 75 bags Laguyra Coffee;
100 bags Java Codec;
400 bbls. Pike's Whisky 40 do. Fine Brandies;
103 1 H-an 's do; 75 bbls. American Kmuay;
350 " Wilsbire do; 10 " Malaga Wine;
150 box. super old Brandy; 16 " Gin;
76 bbls k bbls Cherry 60 " Walker's sup. Ale;
Brandy; 50 boxes St. John's Claret
15 barrels superior Port Wiue;
Wine; 76 baskets Cliampagne
75 bbls. Smith's Reserve Wine, assorted;
Whisky; 30 boxes Champagne Cl-
50 bbls. pure Rye do; der1
30 do. MouoUfe'ahcU do;
25 boxes E. S. Powell's To- 100 boxes Jack Falsi ff
baceo, . Tobacco
20 boxes Southern Belle 30 bxs. Cook Tobacco;
Tobacco; 15 " luduslry Tobacco;
10,000 Napoleon Cigars; 7,000 Jenny Lind Clgrs;
6 .OO0 Josephine Cigars; 3o,oHi II. auds, assorted;
We Will also puntutse at the highest market price
the following articles of country produce.
Pea Nuts, Ijiid, Cotton Yarns,''
Feathers, Tallow, Flour,
Beeswax, White Beans, Meal,
Ginseng, Peas, Chewing Tobacco
Flax Seed, PK, Peach Brandy,
Wheal, Butler, Apple Brandy,
Rye, I'J's's, Pink Root,
ru, Tar, tojierage.
Corn, Hay, Orchard Graas Seed,
MillettSeed, Hemp, UlueGras
Dried 1 Vac lies, liagying,' Timothy "
Pried Apple, Roa), Herd's Grasa "
Wool, Plow lanes, . Hemp
Bacon, Bed Oirds, Onions,
Potables, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above
for sale will do w'.I to call ou us when they visit the
city. Juuc 2u tf
W. O. HARRIS.
F. B. HARRIS.
HARRIS & CO.,
Auction and Commision Merchants
Office at W. II. GORDON k Co.'s Warehouse,
NO. 49 MARKET ST..
KIRHPATRICK, IVEYIXS & CO.,
Receiving, Forwarding and Wholeaala
Market street, Nashville, Tenn
HAVE now in store a large and cotnt .ele aasorlmea
of Groceries embracing
New Orleana Sagara, of ail grades;
Kolaaaea, In barrets aud half barels;
Coffee, large and complete sun
Raisins, a full stock, with
Teas, landlea. Sardines, Glassware
assorted, leeans, Mackerel;
Together with all kinds of article usually kept in t
Grocery line. Our stock of
Urandlea, Wines, Wlilskr Jke..
Wethink cannot be urpasMed in this or any otli
market. To our heavy stock of goods Bow in store w
mv tie the aitcouou ot the trade.
Notice of Dissolution.
THE firm of ALUSON, ANHKR-SON a CO., com.
posed of Aud. Allison, T. Anderson aud W. It
M'Lanahan, was by mutual cimaenl dissolved oa the
1st day of Juue, by the feurmg of Mr. M'Lanahan
Irom the firm. And. Allu-ou and T. Anderson are
alone authorised to wind p tlie busiaeas of the old
firm. Those indebted ta the lata firm are requested
lu make payment without delay, and those having
claim agaiust the same will present (hem tor nay
menu AUJ.HJ.N. ANUrJvooN k CO.
Having purchased Mr. M'Lanahan ' interest ta l
goods, we have taken in as partner, ia 'tr bsiiM.
IhXoa A. Ail. sos and J hu B. J..ai..n. W 4ial c k.
Ui.ue at our old stand, where wv wbl bo 4.mci t
meet our old frwnds and merchants generally.
Being aaxiuu lu cut down uur att mUxk aa low
as pw.bl, preusratory la our Jail purchase, we will
viler inducements la prices to thoae wishing w ref.lcn
mh thvir stock, w shall be glad st ail Uuiva Ui re
ceive their orders, and will do our beat to dlllham
Jua14 - AI.U'N. ANPER-AIM A CO.
Girr THE REST.
THE GENUINE A MIUtoT YPfc lia-1 remlum Pk-tar
a beyuod cvuiparasia In aval style ul lifcsoas
yet introduced, and ui. a an Hit a rival:
Tuu caauot change tbvui,
laaUt cauuot faus liuan,
lua;aeas cana4 mould Ibeaa,
lHiat can never reach theot.
Rust caaaot corrode them.
Had a heretofore by LAKCuM tt-. Corner of Cberry
aa4 L'sioa auana, au4 put ap st tip-top sty Is at bam
Made at as ather roaeaa ia KaahvUlsa
ii i. i
TUK rvaiatader ut the stock ot Kick Pans Bonnets
aad aUiliaery Gowta.at th. N.w Yaca KasnorHasa,
ul aa sold waam Iht aauaUi at a greul saenfins
m iUumii rgarl loaoetor aay waw ausaaisrama.
kithaage aauaey laAea at 6e cwau oa ibs soUar
jeawlA - - .
. COALl COAL!! ' . i '
iCnnfl ETHELS orrar Ohio Rtrer CJ ta
IOUUU at the Cuai-Yara ca Cutis- Strwot, ad
limi at. 4t C W. Cb tram '8 Wareboiise, eavrefaUw
aorecaed aad efoaaed, at it Q J) aeata per suahaL,
- Abfdy Ih CwaYard.
U H. LSXIZK.
f ffirof cries, rfr.
Xebonva, lean. , . , Nashville, Jen
p: & a Anderson,
waouaxAU caotxn, ritnDrcB a.vd '
, . . . A-VD Daaxza W '
Brandies, Wines, TiiskT, ttc,
- -- ALSO, '
Dealers In Bacon, Lard and Country
rod oee. of ewery description,,.:
.si ; : t : ''Nat. 45 and 47 OoRege Street,
. K NASIIVILLE, TENNESSEE."
WE HAVE now m store, and offer for Bale cheap,
the following choice and select articles:
5,000 sacks fine Salt; 200 bags Coffee;
3,000 " coarse do.; ' 50 hhds. Sugar, from fine
1,000 kegs Nails, assorted; to choice;
. 300 bugs Cotton Yarns, 100 dox. Painted Buckets;
a-worted; 60 " Cedar do;
600 bbls. rect'd Whisky; 25 nests Tubs;
60 " Rve do; 300 m mijubns, assorted;
50 " Bourbon . do; 25 bbls. Loaf, Crushed A
. 60 Mouuugehala do; Powdered Sugar;
25 Sweet Wiue; 300 reams Wrapping Pa
10 pipes fine Brandies; per, aborted sizes;
25 bbls. Gin; 200 boxes Glassware, as-
15 " Rum; sorted;
100,000 Cigars, assorted j 60 doz. Washboards;
300,000 G. V. Caps; 6 bags Spice;
50 bx. Tobacco, asst'd; 10 " Pepper;
250 M ' Prescott's Soap; 20 " Ginger;
200 bags Shut, assorted; 100 casks English Soda;
5,000 lbs. Bar Lead; 5 bbls. Brimstone;
6 bbls. Blacking; 6 " Alum;
10 cases Matches; 2 casks Madder;
6 ceroons Indigo;
And every other article In the Grocery line, which
are offered at extremely low prices.
P. k C. ANDERSON,
Oct 17. Ncs. 45 and 47 College Street.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
Ffl BAGS Extra Family Flotir White Wheat
JUU manufactured at the old Lebanon Mills, for
sale by P. k C. ANI ERSON ,
No 45-7, South College street.
Cash for Dry and Green Hides.
"1T17E will pay the Highest Market Price iv Cash, for
V V Pry and Green Hides, delivered ut our Grocery
Store, No. 3, Broad street.
We trust persons having Hides to sell will call on u
before disposing of them elsewhere.
P. A C ANDERSON-
ifinn BARWXS EXTRA FLOUR, in s:ore and
for sale by
P. & C. ANDERSON-
Linseed Oil, on hand and for salo bv
P. A C. AN'lERSON,
Nos. 45-7 , South College sireetj
BAGS Extra Family Flour from Beard's Mills
Wilson county, Tenn., for sale by
P. A C ANDERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College street
Iflflfl KM" pure White Lead in Store and for
P. A- C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 35-7, South College slreet
SALT FOR SALE.
T'lVE thousand Sacks of Salt in store, by P.
. AM0KK.4O.H, No. 3 Broad street, which will b
for Free Bank money
QAfi BAGS Extra White Wheat Family Flour, from
OUU Black-Jack Mills, Robertson county , Tenn.
for sale by P. A C. AN DERSON,
Nos. 45-7, South College slreet.
i asli for Dry and Green Hides.
ITE will pay the highest market price in cash, for
V V Dry and Green Hides, delivered at our Grocery
Store, No. 3 Broad Street
We trust persous having Hides to sell will call on us
before disposing of them elsew here.
jan2.S tS P k C. ANDERSON
I7IFTY THOUSAND POUNDS Clear Sides wanted by
1 P. A C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45 and 47 S. College St.
NE HUNDRED THOUSAND Bushels new WHEAT
wanted by P. A C. ANDERSON,
je25-tf Nos. 45 and 47 S. College St.
OHO BAtiS Extra FamiiyFlnnr,7rom Cliutiin' Mills
aUU Smith county Tenn., for sale by
P. AC. ANDERSONT,
Nos 45-7, South College street.
Pvtiri BUSHELS Seed Oat for sale by
JUU P. A C. ANDERSON,
mai-ja No. 45 A 47, College Street
Wheat and Rye Wanted.
VI r HEAT and RYE wanted by P. A C. AxtisRsoa at
v their Warehouse. No. 3 Brood strwi
CI I E A lSOL E-LE ATI I ER
PA C. ANDERSON, Nos. 45 and 47 College Street
ha e in store and for sale, a heavy lot of excel
lent Oak-Tanned Sole-Leather at 25 cenbs per pound.
Call soon if you wish bargains iu anv kind of leather.
P. A C. ANDERSON,
Nos. 45 and 47 College Street,
Janl2-tf a few doors from Broad.
V. II. GORDON & CO.,
Forwarding and Cominissioa Merchants,
Market and Front Streets,
1AAA BAHREIN Julius H. Smith s Whisky;
,UUU 6(HI barrels Chenoweth's do;
6O0 barrels Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
250 boxes fine Brandies, 1 dozen each, lu store
and for sale by W. H. GORDON CO.
AFCLLetoek of Fairbank s celebrated Scales, Dor
muni, Platform, Grocers, Counter and Beams.
Also, Hay aud Coal Scales, in store, for sale at Facto
ry price, by W". H. UORDoN e CO.,
uiily Sole Agents for Middle Trnnesm-e.
- A Q HHDS. Common, tau-, Prime aud Choice Lou
l'lO isiana Sugar;
100 barreU crushed Sugar;
125 ' I-oaf Sugar;
60 " CkiriOcd Sugar;
60 boxes white Havunu Sugnr; In store and for
sale by W. H. GORDON A CO.
infl '""HOLE boxes Werk A Co' ctar Candles;
J.UU 200 half boxes Werk A Co' " "
20 quarter boxes "
2O0 boxes Jla.llsou Starch;
1,000 " Pri'Scott A Co's N'o. 1 and extra Soap;
n store and for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO.
' lVail. .
O nrifl KEGS Shoenberger Nails, all sixes;
w.UUU 100 kegs flour barrel nulls;
100 " finishing "
100 " feiHing "
60 " 4, 6, and C inch Spikes; in store
and for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO.
Cotton Manufacturers' Agency.
WE are Sole Agents for the sale of the Fabrics of
Richland Manufacturing Company, Pulaski, Tenn.
Sparta do do Sparta, "
Sumner do do Gallatin, "
Franklin Factory, Franklin, "
I-aurel Hill do Henryville,
Rockdale do Ml. Pleasant, "
Shoal Mills, Lawrenceburg,"
Crescent do do "
Crowson do do "
Hop do . do
Pine wood do Pinewood
And have always on hand a full stock of Sheetings,
Oxiiaburgs, Drillings, Ragging, Cotton Varus and Boit
ng, shich we oiler to the wholesale trade only iu lots
of not loss than 5 bales Sheetings; 6 bales Oatisburgs;
25 bags Cotton Varus, Ac., Ac.
Nashville, Mar. W. n. GORDON A CO.
WE want 30,000 lbs. Cla Imd Wool, for
wba:h we will pay cash. We want it to make
Jeans aud Linsey
inarft. W II. GORDON A CO.
WE are taking ljiwreucrburg Bank Notes at par
in payment of all accounu due us and for any
riiele we have for sale.
feb23-tf W. H. GORDON k CO.
Osnabura; and Sheetings.
1 fflff I HA1-- 78 and 4-4 Osnaburgs;
IxJXJ 10 bains 24 luch Bagging;
10 bale 7 S Iriliings:
60 ' fiiarta, laurel Hill and Sumner Sheetings;
1,0(10 bags Coltou Yarns, all numbers; tn store and
for sal by W. H. GoRImiN A Co.,
ianza Agents for Tunuessea Manufacturer
ryv H. T. YEATMAN "S Warehouse, No. 45 Market
X street. D. I. DICKEY.
iaulatU. rr Urcslicrs
ON hand aad for sale by
V. T. DICKEY,
- jySO-tf aas 45 Market atreet.
BUSHELa OUHN WANTED 141 MEDI
aiely. D. D. DICKEY
Q BUNDLES Wium rash;
lj M et a'aou tkXOS;
2 hwXU K Vel
9 If- gs -h -rs.
20 boxes Wm low Glass;
( 174 bars Iroa;
' 8 bundles Iron ; .
Just received ad for sal. by
D. T. DICK FY,
f.blo tf a No. 6,CoiK go street
w 11 tnJlARROWS just received aad for Bale by
febl i 11. IiICKEY
RAILIUiAD fim Hot r.cit e l a.el rnr awie
by . ,f.-his) it. i itli-KFY
" " Holier Hi vets.
)A aiii bwiw tairia iu4 rvcsivvd aad for sal
U D. 1HCKEY
llvdrant Hose. .
1 hand aad fur sai. by
itepa. ia. IV. n. pfCaXT.
DOZEN BV a.ETS jui reewved and for ak ay
arrlu tf a. a a. P. t. ldCXEY.
rflAA FEET aaaurtsHi Gum Haluag.ea assd aaa
JUUU hm sal by J mMj P. U. IXC KAY
UAILIIOAD KPIKES. .
rTtHaausrsBl is lha avOMriaesI aaey for lb.
X sale f PurW, Kolfe A Sweuw sUiirwsd iah;
ta.d a be ta tusi ana caapet .pike bow ja aa. A
fa q!y a.siinsirUy as aasd and tt . f
fc.t..ti. . a, - j-iK 1. DICkLY, '
aprlu-tr " CoUeg.. atrast, Naah vUav. .
jm Pine Lmabtr. fi
fyX (ff IET W-rrd -Willi rte FVor1rf
fJ.UVy U Jul rM.vvi aa4 Jr ai y
- at-') H.D.14C&EY
-ITTE Tuiv thia day sold to FISHER, WHELESS A
II CO., our entire stock, of Groceries, and the bus
iness hereaiter will be conducted bv tbem.
Jjl J. T."MARTLV A CO.
WE have this dav associated with a in business,
Mr. J. T. MARTIN.
- jyl FISHER, WHELESS A CO.
J X. MAHTI1C
oaa. a. Fietrca
FISHER, WHELESS Is. CO
GROCERS, GEAERAL COMMISSION .
Cotton, Tobacco and Produce Generally,
Corner of Market and Broad at.,
aucx. wuxiAjison. XEW FIR 31. aacHaa cbkatha
WILLIA3IS0N & CHEATIIA3I,
Brandies, Wines and Liquor ,
AND DEALERS IX
Havana Cigars, Tobacco, Ate.
NO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
rjnE undersigned would inform their friends am
X the public generally , that they have associated
themselves under the firm and style of
WILLIAMSON & C II LATH ACT,
for the transaction of a wholesale Liquor and Wine.
Havana Cigars and Tobacco Business. Having deter
mined to keep nothing in their line, except articles of
the rrKHfr ax bust 0.1 auty, aud by giving proper at
tention to business, they respectfully solicit a portion
of public patronage.
marSl-tf ARCHER CHEATHAM.
0 11 fl Bnl'S- J- H- pndh's Old Reserve Whisky;
fvUU 100 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine;
260 e.ght casks French Otard, Dupuy A Co. Brandy;
25 bbls. Cherry Bounce;
200 boxes Cognac Brandy;
25 dozeu Sillers;
15 boxes Old Rye and Bourbon Whiskies;
30 bbls American Brandy;
For sale in lota to suit the Trade.
DILLON k CO.,
Auction and Commission Men hauls,
Jy20-tf No. 15 College street.
YIRGLMA LEA F "WbTcCoT"
WE are receiving iu Store and offer for sale
60 bxsMuItz's 1 A & 3 .t Tobarro.
This 'lobai co has a reputation uusurjassed by any
manufactured in Virginia.
A L S O
5000 Rio Hondo Segars direct importation ;
8000 Loo fires do. uo. Uu.;
'M baskets "Mum"' Oiampagne;
100 quarter chects Super Young Hyson Tea;
3 ca:-ks Marett Brandy imported in 1854.
12 quarter casks pore idd Port;
200 boxes French Brandy.
DTLI.ON A CO. ,
Jyi-tr No. Ii C.illege street.
DELISJER has removed his stock of Llquois,
Cigars, Tot-- ceo, Ac. to No. 5 North College st ,
at the old stand ot Mr. D. D. Dickey, where he will be
pleused to see his friends aud customers. jylo
HAVING sold our eutire business to Mr. Alexar.dr j
Iiehsser, we wu-h iu this maimer 10 return o 1
sincere thanks to our friends and customers lor l-f
liberal patrouage hitherto betowed ou us, aud to so
licit for our successor a continuation of tlie name.
All debts due to our late linn will be collected b.
Mr. Delisscr or his authorized Agent, who is aloue
empowered to settle the same.
jo2a LYONS A CO.
Sl'CCESSOK TO LYONS k CO.,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IM
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO,
Foreign Wines, Liquors, &c, A.c ..
6 North College Street S
I A S 1 1 V I L L IC, 1" i: .M LKS I : K.
I WILL keep constantly on hand a iarge asaorttneiil
of Foreign Brandies, Wines, Gin, Whisky and Li
quors of all kinds. Havana Cigars, Smoking and
Chewing Tobacco, with nil poods apfiertaiiiiiig to my
hue of business, which I oiler 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, Nui-livil.e,Teun.
QA BASKETS Comet" Champaign;
z-w J 10 cases .iarkln.g llm k ;
10 " " .Moselle;
10 " Still Catiwba;
60 Pickl- s, assorted;
20 " Spiced Oysters;
10 " Freh Pine Apple, superior article;
60 " Scheidam Schnapps, pt. and qt. ;
60 " London Cordial Gin, BtMith A gcdg
Wlck'8. ALSO O.V H KD,
A supply of the well known Medicated Brandy, an
article unsurpassed lor III? cure 01 Diarrhoea, Dysen
tery and other Summer Complaints. AIo, a full as
sortment of Liquors, Ac.
Jy2-tf No. 6 College Street
J. O. RO HERTS ON,
HAS just received 50 boxes Cream Cheese;
25 boxes English Dairy "
50 " Western Reserve
10 barrels Walker's Ale, fresh;
5 " Cniii hemes, "
15 " Oranges, iu good order;
5 " Ix-m.ns, "
A w more New Yuik Ale Pumps left, and will b
SoldJ -ap by J. (i. ROBERTSON,
Wholesale and Retail Coiifecliouer,
)a Broad-ay, Nashville
C HOICE LAR 67
rrr rr BxrsaviiT.roa ,
FOR SAla BT
"WOODS &. CO.,
apr!3-tf MARKET ST., NASHVILLE.
Of tlie Iteat Quality,
Manufactured and for sale, low, by
WOODS & CO.,
aprl3-t MARKET ST.. NASHNII1E.
W. u. CU11aIS V CO.'S
PAT E N T
Elastic Fire and Water Proof
THE undersigned purchased the Stale Right for
Tennessee of the above patent about one year
ago and has since introduced it extensively In various
portions of the State, asfcs now Ue atleulioo of build
ers, aad the public generally, to examine IU superior
ity over other mixlesof RiHifing.
The material forms bard and smooth surface. It
ts Impervious to water, elastic and flexible; it will
perfectly resust any ordinary exposure to Are; it Is
cheaper than any roof of the old style, aud 1 am sure
it will give better satisfaction, a to its durability there
ta no question. It is the best thing ever Invented for
peintuig of nkl leak) HB rvofs.
a- Tlie Cement will be furnished to those at a dis
taiice with dirertams for uuig.
My COC.NTY RIGHTS toit SALE,
aar Orders iwot to th nndersigued, through the
Poal OtlV- will be itrooiptly attended to.
1 would respectfully reler lu th following gnatle
men for whom I have covered butldiu-s with the Ce
ment, and many others whose names are not here
ABi-arracTi avo a Asrxa mbciiaxkii or baosviua
MaJ. A. IIEIMAN,
- ateaara HI GHER k SMITH. '
CuU.lJAN k bl'AlN.
WM. STOCK JX,
Mr. H. M. AKUiOYD.
WARREN A kaKK,
UolGH A Mot LLLOl'GH,
J. R. MoCA.NN.
CoLH 1. AN'DFJtSON, B ' Jf.
Rv. C D. tJ JJOIT,
D. F. WItJilN, .
R. J. MEIGS,
hLAl'GHllJ; A HERE I FORD,
W. a M1APARD,
J N. Wli.l.Al:i.
A. V. S. IJMol.F.Y,
Gen. W.WI. BAKR-W,
W. U tIU O.N Co ,
J AS. H. kiNliU K, .
Kedor F. G. riilTli.OJnmbia.
Ma.. A. J. 1'SiAsjS , lwrtojoa ecunlyj
Col A. J. i'OLA,, Maury cwmly.
4Xar Ta NashvUi C'bauaawwa itailrosd O RiW
a kav. adopted this Ceutcat If tua oovarauj of their
car aad other work.
t Oruncatr sod laeusnoauUa frvaa ClactaaaU
aad lasbcr, whr. tbeCwaafii has bewa ta geuarai
'tm fur avrl ywars, can b iaiba4.
TUe uu !'! w4 baa boon rugagvd urarwa moilrt
'4 Ce ueut tuun il tt iiway yea.-., aad aauwt. h.Htaeil
that a Ua gaiuvd buiii xvyhu' aatd asusiflg.
lursiS UiaJ Uuta.
I Uea saa .a axrabvluout. Uf rtv.ivt a auuvrsw
imported article of i4..iliig i froa aaaaaous bao
isaw, Xvw iocs,.
ri-BMa Atuvaag la b ai oCW.
J. T. NATlimST.
Offic No. 16 Dnaderaa street,
BsaylA-Ssa Kaaaruaa. Tax 9.
SAVE 3IONEY & KEEP COOL !!
I'R Ic Peaot are Bow a readiar, ad we arast.
y nau aa M wiaa 10 aay r asnaur ua aa-
sa at a suauru .rasa, w ui umiws
with trket and reawtcr their iiium aa rrf-uier .
rM. 1 y aavs aa advaaes mm the artid Ut Utm
MOter part t lb .ua.
itur oCk are.Cl.erry sueal, next dour ta the Back
of Tbhcww ; at lLurdcaetle's, Fruat strwvl, aad Ml
aMraarsfCaaraa aad Tuts atrea.
-ui - . CE- II. MARTI,
apraMT . " LU LA LXNCkV
HOT BlaAST IRON.
PJQ TOSS HA-NXING KUCK CO.V aa aa4 aal for
WHOLXSAia CXA1XKS u
Boots, Shoes, ITats, Caps, Trunks,
. Carpet Bags, ttc, Ac,
- No. 4 Nashville Inn Block,
. Korth-east Corner of Public Square,
TXaslivlltc. rrciiicssec, .
APE now in receijit of their Fall Stock, which is
large and ctrtnph te, to Inch tbev most respect
fully cali the attention of Merchants "buying in this
Cheaper than ever for Cash!!
SPRING AND SUMMER
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, AXD CAPS.
B. R. CUTTER,
N'o. 36 & 9 Corner of College and Broadway,
HAP received bis stock or ROOTS,
gjff SHOES, HATS, and TRCNKS. for theJ!r
TIM Spring and Summer trade, cousisluig WV 1
feA- in part as follows, vix : Vaa.
For Ladies, Misses and Children.
Ladies' fine Kid and Morocco Bootees, thin and thick
sole, with heels;
" fine kid and plain and trimmed;
" " La-ling Gaiters, side and front laced,
" " Congiess "
" "kid " Buskins snd Front Ties;
Misses fine Kid and Morocco Slipiwrs and Bootee;
" and childrens' lasting GaiU'rs and
Childreus' flue Kid and Morocco thick and pump sole;
" Fancy " " Boots aud Slipjr;
Womens' extra sixe Kid Boots. Raskins Ac.
" " " Morocco Boots and Buskin
Servants' heavy Calf, Kip and Morocco, extra
For Gents and Hoy a.
Gents' fine Pegged and Laced Boots;
" " ' 0ht.i "
" " " patent kid and buck-sklu Congress
" " " " kid and Oxford Ties;
" " " Broad strap Shoes, pump and welt;
For sale by B. R. CCTTEK,
No. 06 and 69, cor. College and Drotdway,
tnar 13 Nashville, Tenn.
3n(l(l K1 od hand, of all sines, from two to
.UUU twelve inches wide. An extra lot of
strong Lace Leather; to all of which I invite the at
tention of all planters and timtiiinest to the above
articles, which will be sold on the best terms for cah,
at Nos. 36 and 5K, corner of Broadway aud College
mar 13 B. R. CI TTER.
At So. 21 l'nblle Square.
SXYDKU aV VllZ.7alulili
ARE Ol'ENTN'G TO-DAY
LADIES Fine Kid SPppers, (Iiirge H.i);
4 .4 J,,,,.! , .4
' ' Uots;
" " " " Buskins;
" " Embroidered Velvet Slippers;
" " " lasting "
Children's fine Kid Ankle Ties;
" " " lk.ts.
A I. S O
Gents' fine Patent I'iither Congress Gaiters,
" " all Calf "
augl9-tf ;ac SNYDER A IRIZZEU
1" r cs U A r r ivals.
S N V 1 E II FRIZZ i: L la
RE now oicuiiig a hone and well scle led stock
of BOOTS snd MloIS, suitable to the seakou. and
at prices to correspond ith the tunes. Consisting in
Gout's tine Calf Boots and Gaiters;
do l'at4Mjt larather Gaiters, tixford Ties;
do full' Oxford lies and lusting do;
do Cloth ami I.Htliu: Gaiters;
do Call and Patent Leather Strap Shoe,
ladies' Gaiters, plain, with and Without heels,
do Slip.icrs, do do
do Fine Toilet SlipiH'rs;
do Fine White Kid aud Saliti S!ipMr;
do do tin CaiU'ls;
do Kid Kuskins, with and without I.e. U
MisaesMiaitersand Slipin-rv, with and without heels
do Kid Boots, with and uilhoul heels;
Children's Shoe of every variety;
Boys' and Youths' Shocxot every variety.
Of theahove we have soiiiething very line for MAY
DAY. Also Servants' Mines and Pegged work of all
kinds Call at No. 21 Public Square.
SNYDER A FRIZ7EIX,
aprilSO 21 Pubic isjuar..
Ladies' Fine Shoes.
LADIES fine Brouu Italian Cloth Cong. beclGaitcrs.
.. 4 .. .. umtou 4.
" BLick " "
" " kid Slippers hand.ui, trihinmig.
" " Knl Gaili-rs, w llli and M ilhoul heols.
" " Side Ijii e heel Gaili rs.
44 41 4. ,am 41
" " Cigress Gaiters.
At No. 21 Public Square.
Je25-l SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
Fine Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
o. 42 Colics; e street, Aaalivllle,
IS now receiving a largo and excellent stock of la
dies' and Gent's Wear, and lor Muuk-s, UoJ s and
Gent s Calf Stitched unrt Pump Sole Hoots;
French l atent U-alhcr aud Cult Con. Callers.
" " ' Calf New Top
" Black Ciotli and Prunella
" Etigl.sh La..t,iig and ( Jl Kid Tias;
Buck.-klli New Orleans
' Call laiglish stilt tied doan I'ump Shoes;
' lstltig. Oxford and Dress Shoe.;
" Calf, Kid aud boot Morocco Oxfords;
4' Calf l iuoii hull (.alters.
Ladies French Ijislii.g CougriTS Gaiters, with aad
ladies Kid Congress Boots, do do
" Italian t'loth lace Ga.ters, do
" French Kid Slipper UiiuuieU,
White Satiu and Kid d
" Fine Lasting Buakius;
Misses Kid Hoots, with and without heels;
M Black aud Brown tiolters, do do
" Black Kid aud Droll zed Slips, do
" Lasting Gaiters, plain and liped, do
Children's Kid and Bronzed ball Slmtwra;
" I Hark and colored luting l.a:UT;
Boy's and Youth's oxford Ties; Congress I .alters; Pat
cut Lea'tbiT aud Calf Dress Shoes; !.axttiig Ties, Ae.
Huty2U- JOHN HA MALE
LADIlii French extra sited Dress Trunks;
' Medium T'ay 1'ackiog '
" Bonuet lloxes, w ith and without Trays;
Aud an assortment of Travelling Bags.
JOHN RAM AGE.
auglT 42 C. Lege street.
LA1UKS Side ljeather Covered Trunks;
Freuch lr iM Trunks, iargx .;
" Flataiol IU.ua. I T. . Tray trunks;
41 Traveling KittrlM-U.
Gent's No. 1 English i.ie Leather T.urk;
Ktis-t snd lnn Frame Uu;
" tSule Leather Buggy do;
" Ashland l4le U-il:er Yalifes;
Traveling Bags, Ac, Ac, A-c;
Just received and lr sale very low lor Cash, at No.
42 College street, by
je-T John ramagk.
Gf nt'i Shorn un t trailers.
GEMLEaILN will nn. I a go. I aw.rftmetit ot 11 NE
.lio-, and t.AilLlS.uf tl vety beet quality ,
and at low tmx-s, al tlie iH4re of
JlHN RAM AGE.
BR AD SU AW & RUTLAND
HAVE ut recsivej a trr.h uoik of IssjTS AND
SHol for to S(ruig and So wwue, iiinii
will be sold al Low Paiiio-.
- For Ladles.
Ladiea Last. Cotig. A lced iai, with and without
Ladiea Kid Cocg. k Laced Kid Bouts, do. o.;
" Sl:p)rs, do. do ;
u White fcut and Suua biipper:
F-uibr.ard, Broat. and Voire Slipper.
"llsses and Iilldren.
BTlases Kid and o. but-u, with 4U.U mitiwul heels;
44 Last GaUot s
' Kid Si.piwr.; " " "
Roys Flue Calf sewed sad Iid Boou:
oi'ura Tua , aai other art-cla
for bo) . aad y auth. s mt.
Genu Extra Calf puiup and Miiched Boou;
44 - .4 44 t COg GaiW.
44 to 44 4. 4. 4t Ul. 1 1 ;
44 4 r"l. Leather Pnmp Congrc. Cum ,
44 44 I.4J4JT 4. .
" Pat leather Oxford Taa,
ClMbCoag. Ca.wrs sad Last Ttos.aae Calf Patent
Lilwr rrm.f za4w.4f all ki i.,a. 0i Inr ia pra
ul hiauiucr UaUc. Ca.l at N. ao, t litot. urvet.
Buy 11-tX HrfAlllA Kl JLAND.
Sole Leather Trunk and Valices.
LA I 'I La Nu. 1 , Si-le UaUr I.-uaas;
.4 .. -4 .a aip r4ai4-t ttuao;
La. Ilea Parkiug Trunks;
Kiw u and Iron Fram. Trnuks;
Alluf whaAi will be Bold al very low prtres by
RXalCvtia A KLTLAKU
BiATll-tf N. t'uis street
I.ustncs l UauK-e.
SrOCTEUlNC J.U Isssaea la ta !. traae.
1 will caLiM U b4Suim at tb old vtao. (,
Ul rwoadvsy) sar I slltx pleased to BMet ad
sa tsUuM td axy yredsceaaac ana a assay a-kiasis
a. stay favur Warn with s cell.
1 bav. sew raj ssdhf eatte-g fMUr aad Cadsr
lutaihwr, bss vtrt a large B-apfuy f w b.l aad yellow
pin, thus suabbag n Ut rU al aitasuiactttrer'B
UaviBf pore baaed th. a-xdts and accnttaw or lb
eld firm ail who a.-, aw at of th.tr iadrbtmla win
blesss aooo aarwad aad BUi by tb first of fwnw
taibr, ar 1 wul pat thatr adcoaata wtta aa aiacr
fur eotV-cton. -
Hs.saa (Uuraataaw la adhar f ifidly tela Cash
liars a i ot tiers Banal b. arvav;aaia4 "lis th
amo.y oa aa rsjectaj. . "
aiiiJi-4.4 T jtCAjippr.
Tennessee tVMlabacia Railroad.
.. CHANGE; OF SCHEDULE.
Of and fter Wednes!ay, August 1Mb, 1S58, the'
Trains will run as follows :
. - eNssenger. Pass'r A Fr't.
Iave Nashville, f, Sin a. a. 3.15 r. a
Arrive " 10.10 a.ao ti
Leave Brentwood, 7 0S " ' f.0 '
Arrive 0 40 . a.os "
Arrive at Franklin, t 70 ' 4.20 "
Iave Fr.oWHn, 7 45 '4 . a.5
Arrive al TUonirson's, S.15 " .455 "
tr ' ft 30 " mo 4t
angis-jw w. U S. TERKIVa. Snp't.
JULY 10th. lfC8.
ThrotiRli Rates of Freight from
New York to Nashville,
In connection with New York Sid. Wheel aad Screw
Steamship Lines, to
CIIABLESTO. .4 I SAVAXXAII.
w York to .Nashville.
Firt class, tier 100 lbs .5
flevnnd clans, 44 ".".'.".." 1 .-(
Third clns, .i " o
Hats In poxes, n
Sc.al Hates. '.'.'.'.Y.'.' '.'.'..'.'.'. t So
CLASSIFICATION 0W TBE ABOVE BOUTES
Piano Fortes, Books, Sution.-rv. Ifciots, Shoe TJ.
quors.Oils, Ac. in b-vtiW-Camohon anl SpirltnTur
pentine in barreln; Carpelirc.cln,., cins an. I Gns.
wnre, in cse: flocks. Confe-totieries. Cotton t ur is
Cutlery, in cases, cask", an t boxes; Dry Goo',, in
boxes snd bales; D-ug. Fruit Tree, ami ' Shruhb-Yy
F'irs.Gnnlen Seeds, Iwkintr-LiKHes, nnd Lo-'king!
Glass pi ilea, (at owner's risk ;i vsi " m .-im. snd
.11 s: Saddlery, Tin and lh itannia Ware; loas and
Hardware, (except sieh as nted in Frrt and
Turd classes,) Con.-e Mills. M tchiticrv : Forexn Li
quor", in barrels und Pims: Tol..-.-o ;u N.xe. Leath
er, tn rolls and boxes; Oils, in barrels and casks;
Cr.vWery and Ouoeiikware, in erst and caincs; Rice,
Whiting, Plaster, Sheet Brass and CpMr.
Tlilrd C lass.
Axes, Shovels. Sriades, pj.l Iron.. 7mc and T'n in
pig. Tin Plate. Anvil.Viee.eak of Clinins mi l IIoim,
Manilla and C.tti Cordage, C.flee, lie tvy C-tiings
Mill Gearing, farriat,- Soriims hi I Ales', K.nlro.iij
Wheels and Axles, Chairs, Soike. and Rosm iu hhls
Fnrnitiir and I'arriages boxed, and other 1 11; lit t
ttcles not eniiinerate.1; a'so. r'arbi k of Aci.'s oroth
r f hem les Ib. will be charged t.v' actual Wevht at
double First flas rates.
Bf No charge for drnysge. wh.irf me, or f. r ;ir.t
ire The above rates cover all exis-uses from New
Y..rk to Nashville.
if- Stevenson and alt station on Nu1ivll :nd
ChsttanHgalUad, west of .-u-veitson.uuuUvd toabove
By the above Line. tier cent, less thsn lv Pitts-
burt. Wl li'.g, I'arkei-sbnrr ond lle 10 1,, ' Riv.-r
making a ditlerenre of0 to 75 cent per loo pounds
on dry coo-ls.
Tl"r lioM't will not be responsible f..r anv .lum.igvs
occurring at s'a.
Gims'k shit'iie.) viu SHvantilih sli..nM be rolislctifj to
Agent Central liailltatd, Ssivanuuh. I.H.
Gio.ls !ilto. via Char est n s'ueill !; Consigned to
Agent South Caro 111.1 Kailr.at. Chariest.,,!
CHARLES W. AN'El:SON.
.H15-tf ;eneral Au-ent.
Smilhl.tnil, Pntlnrali, Lonis
rille, St. Louis ami .'Mnuithit
1 11 III llli
LEAVING NASHVILLE ON
.tlouds., tedneadays, Thursdays,
and aturda)s, at IO o'clock. A.
The new splendid passenger Steamer. MINIToNKA,
Capt. ICC. ilaTHo.vr, will leave Nakbvilloou Mon.las
and Thorn !nvs ut 10 o'olock, A. M.
Tlie lirht draught passenger steamer, CTPA, C11H.
JtMK W. lit nt, will leave .Nashville u Weiuesd.ii-s.
an l Satiin!s s at 10 o'clock, A. M.
The lightlranght piisstinger steamer UI-tN'CIIE
IF W IS, Capt. Johv L. Utkhvin, will leave Nashville
on T'lesdnys an1 Frl lays, ut 10 o'rloj k . A V.
The above oamet are fiit clas-a light rlraneht Pus.
senger lints, and they will leave regurlyoii their
ai.Mi.i.t.-d rtat s, making conncctim at Padurah w ith
the I nited Stiiu-s Mail luckeW for the above named
places. For Ireighl or tss ge oiiv on Imir t r to
Je22-tr A. HAMILTON,' AoKM.
Cabin Passage to New York 8iO.
Sieerace .t u
NEW-YORK ft CHARLESTON SIDE VEZEL
XT. 8. MAIL STEAMSHIPS.
Throuc-h in 48 to 50 Honrs.'
Meamship Ciil.t'MlilA, IH si t.,UH.. ,M rry Comdr
" NA.-II II 1 F . Ismioiis..L M. Miirr.iv "
" JAffSAIs;FR, l.ri(X)toi,s. .R. ,.,-..
MARION. 15i Hi tons WJ.Fost.-r.
IFAVFS Adger's Wharves every WedacsdaT and
Saturday, o( if wnter J
These si. an. shi . err ail built i-tpresslv To- this
line, and ftr salety . nrx-cl at d coinfort are 11m ivi lied
ou the coast. Tab,. s ifpli.M witheveiy hiKury.
Alt. HI 1 eand roi.i i. ..n ' -11 1 ti , :t u.t s will ei.Mire tra'v
elers by tins l.i.eevcrv (sMtaihle cumlort, littvuig rl
galut st.He K. 111 a Couiiiuxlati.'its.
Cabin Passage ..j,
For freiithl or passi.ge apply tn
HCN'RY MISSRisiN A CO., Agents.
Corner 1jsI Bav and Agger's Kouili Wharf
Jyld-tf flharloston. . c.
FOR NF.W YOHKf
V A 1 Va U 1 Ui C I ; l
cahin passa(;i: isao::
I'l'nt.llT oer th 111 bv any other Steamers ! SIX
Cents tier f.Mif. FOR ALL KINDS OF JH.ASl Ki:.
li UN 1 t.t h d S. Light lUHKkia 7;, cenu e.i. L,uttd
nth r Ci'to let in pri'iofti.m! '
Th soieooiU o.f rmiii.wii.iu. ( lr h.-el Stemnorj
At'Gl'ST A, .....lO'Mot.K Cajd M. S. Wooiihuli.
FIa'HIDA Ut.ic O.-owt I!
ALABAMA,.. .100 " - Geo. K.iScheuck
AM VIKST I Urn PU'lPr.llKK
STAR OF THE solTM. 1 .loo t'ns,. . . 'spt . Tti.. Lyon
These Steamship beii.ng ! de o. I established and
favorite l.i.e, knowu a the ' New York and .'viva 11 out
Naviiialioii tiiinpan) ," aud in cinfirl. acconi 1
UloCitloliS anil fare, maiU't be cxcellml. liny" ar
cmitiamlcd by exfx-rienceit, skiillul, careful aud p
PA DEI .FORD, FAY A CO., '
A gents. Si van uah.
StM L. L. MIT' DiiX fjS.
msr-Stf Ag -His, New Y.M-k.
Freishla by .Sail Y easels and Pre
IVeif York, Fiiiladelphia, Uoston
METiniAVty vie. may snip by 11. u i.bov. ve-el
ar inforswNt t'.xf by tttuKii.-iini'f lbe.. ? .. s to
llteag ruof the South Cawliua Kallroa ! . CVarlesn-n,
or a'.-nt f Central Iladroai, s-avaiitiah, th.v will bu
bwwar'led free ot comin.MU.tns. .liaaife sod nl.aif-
agr oi.ly rlutri;ed,) aud be sent through at the foilow
Fu-t Class. pT loO lbs tl ."S
Ss-4-..i.d ( lass 1 01
1 bird Cl so
Siat wl rates for light gi I. 'r loo lb 2 TO
Pill sle w in- unioi.nl u! ve.-m alel am m i c ia. g
d fur Cra ratio and harlatre, w.ll be mi .ti'd to ecu.
utiiees. (HAS. IV. ANI LliMiN.
May --4 tf l.elieral Aget,t-
Little Miami and folucibos and
MtM V UAtlal.OA'n.
-w - , . mt
EICLUSITELT AN EASTERN ECTJTT.
To all the Laatern Cities.
A. M. laihiom L'sptwss, through lo Columius , and
tleittlaiid without change of cars. JtO P. M. 1 re.
atag aaarrs. tarough to Beluur aadpauburg without
change ul car.
Laar Pallr Trains. -
riRST THAI! Vveiasd, Pttube-g, Hlulienville,
and W oeehng Lightning Exiffs Lravrs Ciituintiatt at
a'clock A. AL, for all lit iautteru cities alo, .-pruig-a.1'1.
Tist train M1 beiwren Oncicnati and Colambus at
Levvbuui, Morrow, Xcms.and ln 'u o.ilv.
bUOND TiUlN tlevckaod k iret. Vis I lrav
CW taa.au al An A M b-r IHinkirk.K nl.s..N-w Vork
(awata, sc., aTaimg, Hattiaww, i-b.la ll4oa. Wash
uigv-n C.t t.
Tlt.-s traiu at alt punu betwura Clucinnatl aud
THIRD nitIN. ArconiBtodatk.n Iare Clue in tut tl
a4 4 a P. M. for Springtieid aaa Odumbas.
Tba trsts auat tuaar eoouerttotis fur Wtluiincb-B,
Laacaetrr aud Zaiust ,H. Thn trsut stops stall point
ar4 4a t im-irii44iu tutd IXdumtMta. ... ,
IVt'RTH T.lAlV "eveUd. Pittsburg and Wbl
Izujr N11L1 1 torts leaves Oucaauati at t JO o'clock
t. M. , ftr as! u A as-rn cilt.
This traia stop al ail pumu aiwa Ca.eluaatl aaA
No Inua aa Sasulay. 1
Train, ml by Col am bus time ava tuiauto faster
taaa IzttciXittati its. 1
I or Threazli Ticket
Asd all lnforuiatAn at elite luttatl p.otts apply al th
Latle Mtiiul aad Cwvatgltai at4 lar xiugwo otSe, No. S
IWnett Houm, or al lit IHd OUice, soulh-etM coru-r
Bruadway aad Freut, tpv) Sjieacer House, or at
lb fca.1 lira iwTaMV,
J. T-tTt-iNP. Soperlusaadeol
: X. 1. 1TUXS, Csjawal tVkai Jkeat. "
TUT OM3IT LINK ceils fWr rtaasengara at all tba
ruK'pai au4.4. to. aach aad .vrry trata., . Br loartBg
dirtatioea at Bilher of the bov .-., will il for
asatuir. ia all paxts af tha ciyr , wnaota fail.
, Xut. la. , ti. ft- L'LE, a-adavlc.