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X. a. Nicholses
XOCATF.D AT r,o. 22
C1TT A B 1
S AT KKTlivi AH.r oTOCK OF STAPLE
f eke seweet end latest styles, and tf iho hst nmJitr: ill
of which will he sold a the very lowest prices. We par
'tSoukriy invite all el our friend, and those in wantr-f
-good and cheap Goods to call on us ai No. 22, and we mil
'-teto great pleasure ianbowicg our Suck. We think ii
frill be to the interest of all to come and Irofc for them
selves. ftaplG tf.
u a. rii;uiiu
IRBY MORGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
oar goods and hi,
WO. 4 PUBLIC SQUARE,
HAYING cuuducica uiumcaa a.u. iu ,st two rea
sou on the Cash acd Short Time System, and
betag satisfied that it meets the view! of a Urge class ol
buyers, e are determined to adhere for tha tuiore to oni
original design of seUing goods for SMALL ADVAN
CES FOR CASH, AND ON SHORT TIMETO
Merchaa ta buying jn this market are respectfully invited
to examine onr stock and prices.
At the opening of the Spring Trade we will bs prepared'
to exhibit an entirely new s ock,t)f Goods, (having carried
oyer nothing from last Spring.) eonsistinirof
MEN ASD BOY'S WEAR centralis
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DRESS GOODS, in
T5 CASES ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS;
HOSIERY AND VARIETIES generally;
LINEN, JACONETS, LACES, SUSPENDERS,
BROWN AND BLEACHED DOMESTICS,
And every description of Goods requisite to make cp a
Nashville, Jan. 29, 1858. IRBT MORGAN & CO
S3?" Athens Post, Chattanoega Advertiser, Enoxrillt
- Register, Sumner Flag, and Huntsville Democrat copy to
amount of (10, and Bend account to this office or to lrbj
Morgan & Co . for payment.
I HAVE just returned from New York and Philadelphia,
and am now opening a Terr rich stock of all tBe latest
' styles of Jewelry, Gold and Silver Wutbes Silver and Pla
ted Ware, and would respectfully invite the ladies and
gentlemen to call and examine them, assuring they will
tss soEicthisg beautiful and desirable.
I HAVE now a large stock of the celebrated Brazilian
Spectacles made to order by the same manufacturer
who mad J. iLSemmons'and so highly recommended by
so many or our most respectable citizens.
Gold frames, from $5 to 10.
Silver frames, from t2 00 to ?2 SO.
Sold and warranted br W. IL CALHOUN.
deel 6m IS Public Square
AXBSOXYPE, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUEBREAN
Ail IIS 13,
20 Union Street, Nashville.
A MBROTYTES. PHOTOGRAPHS, plain or colored in
J. Oil, and warranted as permanent as any ether style
ot Painting. Daguerrotypeg. Steni-oscopic, Crayon or
Vignette, and every other style of Pictures taken at this
establishment in the highest style oi the art and warrant
ed to please or no sale.
Althourh these beautiful pictures were but recently in
troduced by the subscribers in this c;.iy, they hate become
so popular tnat we nave, at a very great expense, Bccurea
the service l of a ce'ebrated Artist from New Ycrk to at
und to this branch of the business exclusively.
BRING ALONG THE JUVENILES.
Children can, by this process, have a faithful likeness
taken in a few teconds and warranted pertect or no charge
will be male Bring them along and have tbem taken be'
oret rying elsewhere janMi
JlSBBOSX moerisox. waltek b. gkces,
A. MORRISON & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers iu
ENGLISH. FRENCH AND AMERICAN
AND VARIETIES GENERALLY.
VXTE would call the attentton of Merchants buying in
Y f th market, to our extensive biock or
be Jnrrest and moit varied ever brought to'NashTille
... . . r . 1 ;.u . V. , :
WHICH Will compare lavorcoiy wiui me must cueusiva .iou
kim, TlnnfMEast. in tha variety line. Our assortment o
DRESS TRIMMINGS, SILK "BONNETS. PARASOLS,
FANS. RIBBONS. GENTS, l UtUUfUiaii liUUJJS
GLOVES. HOSIEKY; TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS,
WHITE GOODS. HANDKERCHIEFS.
and rarieties generally, will be found vcy desirable. We
will nil fot a iN& advance Jor CASH and on short time
13 punctual dealers. We solicit cn examination our stock
and prices. A. A UU.
73 Public Square, above the City Hotel
febSS Em Nnhvilt.
WE ore now opening in our new Marble Storehouse,
North side of the Public Sq'iare, u large and desir
able stock of Staple and Fiscy Dry Goods, Hats, Uonnetx,
Umbrellas, Paratol.', Ac
Having purchased our Goods under the most favorable
irenmstances, we are prepared to offer inducements to
merchants visiting our city, vaa re'pscuuuy solicit them
to give our stocc an examination mure purcnasing tLo
where. We would call special attention to our stock cf Ladies'
Dress uoods. iJonntu, kidoocs, juantie.", v.c.
fb26 . EVANS A CO.
Wholesale and .Retail Confectioners,
NO. 45 UNION STREET.
"TTAVE oa hand a very choice assortment of Candies of
JUL all kinds, Cace3, Jiuts, 1'reicrves, nestles, wtsupf,
ardines,Brandy Fruits, Pie Fruits, Pine Apples, Oranges.
Apples, and everything of the kind usually kept in Con.
They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Aw, Cioaes
and Tobacco, of the Tery best brands.
Their Bakery is onenf the best in the Wostern country;
asd they ore prepared tofurnifh fresh Light Bread and
Crackers of the best quality at the lowest prices.
PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, Ac.
Furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cukes,
Ceufsctionanes, Ac, Ac, in the biglest style o( the art.
Mr. Longhurst. who has charge of the Manufacturing
Department, has received several Diplomas in New York,
for the best articles in bis line, exhibited at State Isirs,
and is ouc of the most skillful ConfectioLers in the coun
LATEST STYLES FANCY GOOIJS.
TTTfi HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT
Vt NEW STYLES.
FANCY FRENCH CASS1MKKES.
FANOY PLLS11 VELVfcT. AND
RICH SILK VESTINGS, FOR
FALL AND WINTER WEAK,
which we are prepared to make up to order in the latest
The Inspection of cur cunmers and the public is soli
cited. CLIFTON & ABBOTT,
. sepl tf. No. 15. Cedar etre't.
CITK PLUMBING KSTAULISUiUENT
At the Comer of
SPRING AND MARKET STREETS.
H. ii. GOOP3R
WOULD tender his services to the citizens of Nash
Tille in the above business and is now prepared
to put up in the most satisfactory manner Shower, Hot and
Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes of oil
Hydrants will beput up and repaired iu any part of the
city promptly and in a workmanlike manner at the lowest
terms janlft lv
DISSOLUTION OF PARlNSRSHlP.
WM. M1LIUS ha this day withdrawn trom the part
uership known as the urm of Milius A Wolf. E.
Wolf Is hereby authoi ixed to Fettle aU the claims of said
Brv' n.E Wolf will continue tho stand known as Nichol's
Corner of Market standtbe Public cqnare. Ue o
Kots the continual patronage of his many friends. His
itoek will be enlarged every day by amvafsof fresh goods
lrn the East ' n9-6m
THE TRAVELLING PUBLIC
AN find at Nof.7 College street, atplendidassortment
O of Tiuuks, Valices, Cmw
wTkn vr r.v.T.v.KaATKD COMBINED BEAPEER AND
2&0WER. WITH W00D3' IJLyjtlOVEilENT. . t
FIRST GRAND SILVER MEDAL
Far the best Reaper and Mower at the Pans Worjd s
Fur Exhibition, 1855. awarded to Joha H
Manny, and the Machine
Purchased tir Prince Nnpolcoa !
I HAVE on hsnd and for sale tne ubove Machines, They
received the premiums at the State Fairs in New York,
v.ir Jersey Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut!,
Kentucky and at Gallatin and Nashville in this State, ond
WdvenuntyersalsatisfacUon throughout Middle Tenn.
wherfeome fifteen of them have been ns-d in the last two
Pnea iso delivered in Nashville.
lanl--tf B. F. CHEATHAM.
CLOVER SEEO. 80 bbts Clover Seed just receiv
to Jo at reprices to cioss.
JilTjj-lv'ff' Mr J V
(ALL rAIK ! AiLI ribUUKED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully organnsd, according U,
Charter, is prepared to writs Policies against LOSS or
DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and
Uerchandise generally. Also, on shipments against loss
ordamageby Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on
the most favorable terms.
Life and Negrn l'olicifgranted at current rates.
Omcr No. SO, corner of Square and Cedar street
ALEXANDER FALL, w. T. BERRV
JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN B. EWIN
THBS. W. EVANS. HUGH McCRKa!
ALEXANDER FALL, President. .
Julu 7altie, Setretnry.
Nashville, April SO. n w g
THE UNITED FIREELEK'S
Insnrance Company of Nash,
Chartered br the Stute.
This Company is now in success
ful operation, and is prepared to
take risks on Buildintrs. Goods.
and Wares and Merchandize, azainst.
LUSS OR DA3IAUE BY FIRE.
Also, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen
trally, against the Skas, Ritces, and Islaxd Teaks posta
no.v, upon as favorable terms as any Office in the City.
OSce No. 25, on College street, opposite the Scwane
House. W.B. MATTHEWS, President.
Jonx S. Dashkix, Secretary. myl, '55
Firo Insurance Oompany
OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public Square
over Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office, They will take
risks ou Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store
against Loss or Damsge by Fire. Also, Marine and Rvrer
hazards; from and to all ports.
Negroes against the dangers of the Iliver.
JOHN M. HILL. JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES COKREY, THOM PSON ANEKSON,
G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWEN,
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS,
R. H. GARDNER, N. K. ALU) WAY,
W. S. EAKIN.
JOSEPH VAULX, President
A. W. Btrn.ua. Secretary. b&tw octS 1
BOulis are now open at No. S5 Eirkman's comer, and
the Merchant's Bank, for subscription to the Capital
Stock cfsaidCompaay. NfclL S. BROWN,
JOHN PORTE KFIELD,
S. R. ANDERSON,
Jeb29 ROBT. GIBSON.
"NE PLUS ULTRA" SCHEME:
12,000 PRIZES! 50,000 DOLL ARSI
Havana Plan Lottery.
JASPE2 COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY.
By Authority of the Stale of Georgia.
10,000 NU3IBERSI 1 PRIZE TO 8 TICKETS!
To be drawn
May 15, 1856.
At Concert Hall, Mann, Gil, under the sworn snoerin.
tendenceof Col. G.JI. Logan, and Jos. A.Nisbet,
The manager having announced his determination to
make this the most popular Lo tery in the World, offers, for
MAY 15th, a Scheme that far surpasses any Scheme
aver offered in the annals of Lotteries. Look to vour in
U-re3tl Examine the Capitals. I2T0NE PRiZE TO
EIGHT TICKETS! JJ
1 Prize of- $12,000
1 do 6.000
2 do 8,000
1 do - 2,000
o do - 1,000
10 do 500
60 do 60
123 do 25
500 do 10
500 do 3
12,000 PRIZES, AMOUNTING TO $50,0001
Tickets 8!o; Halves $5; Quarter.? 50,
PHIZES PAYULE WITHOUT DEDUCTION!
Fersons tending money by mail need not fear its being
lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communications
confidential. Bank Notes of sound Banks fak:n at par.
Those wishing particular numbers should order imme
diately. t2T Address JAMES F. WINTER. Manager, Macon, Ga.
OR, BOX NO. 143, NASHVILLE P. O.
LOSS OF TICKETS OF CLASS L.
By the late accident on the Seaboard and Roanoke Rail
road, the Tickets of CUrs L. for April 15th, in their transit
from Baltimore, in charge of Adams' Express Company,
were destrojed by fire; ..onsequently there will not be any
Draw'iDg of that Cl-ss. The Drawing will be Cla;s M,
Mayl5tn,ihe "NePlua Ultra'' Scheme Ressectfully.
mar2V-td J P. WINTER, Manager.
Havamsa Flail Lottery.
By Authority of the State of Georria.
Fort Gaines Academy Lottery.
Will be drawn in the city of Atlanta. Georgia, April 24,
1856, when Prizes amounting to
83 O , O O O!
Will bs distributed.
Cupital Prize $7,500.
ggT Price of Tickets Wholes t5..Halves?2 60..Qaar
Prizes in this Lottery are paid thirty days after the draw
ing, in bills of specie-paying Banks, without deduction,
only on presentation of the Ticket entitled to the Prize.
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par. All communica
tions strictly confidential.
3F Parties wishing to order Tickets in the above
Scheme, will please addrers SAUL. SWAN, Box 553,
NASHVILLE POST OFFICE, when Tickets wiU be im
mediately forwarded to their address.
mirIB td Apent and Manaeer. Atlanta. Gs.
11. XL. AKEKOYD
PUBLIC SQUARE, OVER BERRY'S STOORE,
PLANS. Elevations, Sections, and full sized detail
Drawings of every part of city and private resi-
dences, with entire specifications, Ac, as made by the
best New York and English Architects.
rplIE partnership heretofore existing between FELTS &
1 HASLAM is this day. by mutual consent, dissolved.
and Samuel Uaslam hereby assumes the payment of all
debts against said partnership concern, and is to finish all
contracts and collect and h.ive all debts due the said firm
of Uaslam A Felts. SAMUEL HASLAM,
J W FELTS.
N. B. Samuel Hasla-n will continue the business at the
Walnut Grove Steam Stone Saw Works, and solicits a
share of patronajc n feblO y
LOOKOUT .MOUNTAIN HOUSE.
exllh subscriber, hiving rented this establishment
will open it for the reception of company the lsj of
May. i856. and beis leave to ossur- 'Hrwe who de-
sire to secure a del'ghtful mountain hoi., t the warm
season, that no effort or expense on his part, buill bo want
irg to secure to them the realization of their wishes. His
arrangements are tuch that visitors may at all times de
pend on bavintr horses and carrisires for excursions to auy
part cf the mountain. Carriages will also bo in rcadicess
at the Depot in Chattanoct-a, on the arrival of the cars, to
convey pissergera to tne mountain.
With the beat of cooks, well trained servants, and ar
rangements for music for dancing parties, he respectfully
Bolicits public patronage.
marrj mn ulu fc ritbisiu.t.
ALL persons are cautioned against trading for three
notes of hand given by the undersigned in fivor of
Andrew Jackson, for $5500 each, with endorsement on
each of $200. Said notes payable on tha 1st day of Janu.
ary, 1S57, lS58and 1859, respectively; payable at Planters'
Bank, as part of the consideration for which said notes
were given has tailed, cud will not be paid unless com
pelled by law. WALKER A BLOOD.
SNYDER & FRIZZ ELL have removed tempora
rily to No 2 J Public Square, next door to Thompson's
where they wiil be glad to tea thetrtriends and the trading
public cenerally. Thoir stock of Boots, hhoes. Trunks,
Oarpet Bags, Valices is large, and all of which are offered
at lo prices. 0prg
MVEKI ORANGES. "
TEN BARRELS of the best Oranges that have been In
the maritf - s seamen. For sale by
mar4 .t O.AC. ROBERTSON.
ONE THOUSAND 50LI AND SILVER
WATCHES TO BE -JOLO AT AUCTION.
JUST received on consig iment, to bo sold at Auction,
without reserve, nrer-ne thousand Gold and Silver
Wa'ches. Amorg this larca ansortmsnt will be found
Watches from the best makers in Liverpool, Tiz: Joseph
Jphnon, 25 Church street, Liverpool; Cooper, London;
M. J. Tobias, Brindle, Stevens, Dinner, of London, Duplex,
AlrfO $15,000 worth of fine Gold Jewelry, amongs
wh.ch will be found eomeof th9 richest sets of GoldStone,
Cameos, Mosiac, Ac, ever got up.
ALSU On consignment, to be sold at Auction, & large
Ofsortment of Books, Stationery, Clocks, Fancy Goods,
Notions, c Sale to;ccmmcnce every night at 7 o'clock;
M. C. BRUCE, Auctioneer,
B&rt dii IT Cedar street
jan-atf gs&ss t3E tarn i
R. It. BROCKWAY,
WHOLESALE DEALER AND MANUFACrtTEXR OP
No. 71 1-2, Public Square,
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
Tl TY Stock of Gentlemen's Ready Made Clothinz for the
xVASpringand Summsr trade is now complete embracing
My business being strictly and exclusively confined to
the Manufacture ond sale of Clothing, enables ine to offer
greater inducements than any other house in the city, and
should alone be sufficient guarantee to all who purchase
Ready Made Clothing, that they can supply themselves
with a much larger variety of styles and assortment of
. i t t - i C: .v,; J..f..n
ii . r j- . r - ... T, TT llltnMI.' TT- T-
me iuanuiacturer. sepw-n u,iiavuani.
R ST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES,
Nashville Sewing achine Company
Nos. 71 52
EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
THESE Machines aro now Tery Jut tly considered to be the
beat in use, having the advantage of all othors in the
simplicity of their construction, the speed and beauty of their
work, and the great slrenzlh nf their seam. Unlike any
others in use, they form a seam with two continuous threads
from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen making a knot
t every stitch which prevents the work from ripping under
ny circumstances whatever.
The first and highest premiums have been awarded to these
Machines at all the leading Fairs through cut this country
and Europe, and the inventor now rejoices In the more sub.
tantlal reward ofthe largest patronage ever bestowed upon
any Sewing Machine in hurope or America.
They are of the highest llntsb, and of every variety of size
and style, and adapted to all the wants of the c'ewin? com
munity. They are all secure 1 exclusively to the proprietors by let
ters patent, and aro free from all leral controversy. Oreat
pains has been taken to adapt thesa Machines to Plantation
sewing, and they are now so simple, durable and eartlyrun
and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond
competition tor toil work or for the manufacture of heavy
or light bags, for Corn or Wheat, co machinery baa ever
been invented to surpass thorn any person after one hours
practice can makrfrom 400 to TOO corn sacks per day on one
machine. These machines are also equally well adapted to
the manufacture of all kind of clothing, coarse or fine, as
well as general rewlnc, quitting, stltchin?, 4c. These ma
chines are so arranged as v make the stitch any length de
sired, and to sew with ease any and every seam in any far
meut, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of finish,
cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most
We shall at all times keep on hand a nil assortment of
these machines, and most respectfully Invito the pnbllc gen
erally to call and tee them In use, and give them a caruful
examination and be satisfied that the half has not yet been
told. decSS tf
WE have several likely Negroes fir hire for the laU
anceof the year. Among ihem are tome excellent
House Servants, an Excellent Coot, Ac A-'plrtoonto
feb28 liuYD h LYSL1C
TAYLOR, DICKSON, GRAVES & CO.,
(Successors to Bates. Tay'or A Co.,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
NOS. 23 AND 2o DRY STREET,
NEW YORK. ,
II. LANIER Ac CO.,
(Successors to Hart A Hollingworth,)
No. 6 Harket Street, Nashville,
WHOLESALE GROCERS .v DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND D0HESTIC LIQUORS.
NEW BANKING HOUSE.
JOUSD. JAMI3. A. WnElESS. DAVID D.
JOHN IK JAMES A- CO..
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Bank of Nashville,
W. W. FINN'S WALL PAPER STORE
FROll MAItEKT STREET TO
Ho. 28 Public Square.
LARGE assortment kept constantly on band, cheap for
Cash. Country Merchants supplied ou favorable
AND FANCY JOB WORKMAN,
North East Corner Public Square, Nashville,
WHERE be will be found prepared tooxecute all kinds
of Plain, Fancy and Ornamental Work in his line of
business, such as Desks, Drawers, Tables, Counters, Stands,
Shelving, Sign Boards, Boxes.&c. Small Jobs attended to
with neatness and dispatch, cheap for cosh.
maylS ly D. S. WRIGHT.
H. N. SMTDER.
n W. rBIZZELL.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE
Snyder & Fr fizz ell.
ARE now receiving and opening at No 57 College St.,
(next door to R. C. M'Nairy & Co..) a fine andweU
selected assortment of Boots jnd Shoes, manufactured ex
pressly for the retail trade. To which they respectfully
invite the attention of their friends, and all who wish to
purcba? e goods in their line. Their stock comprises
Ladies' heel Gaiters, very superior;
do do Boots, extra fine:
do do Slippers, entirely new;
do Confis Gaiters;
do White Kid and Satin Slippers;
do do do dn Gaiters;
do English Glove Kid Boots;
Gent's Super Calf Sew'd Boots;
do Pez'd Boots:
Super Patent Leather Opera Boots; '
Patent LeatberShoes, ot every description;
Call Shoes, great variety;
And every other description for Ladies' and Gentlemen's
ALSO, a complete assortment of Misses' Boys end Chil
dress Boots, Shoes and Goiters.
A good stock of heavy Brogaas fir Negroes, aU ofwhieh
ts ei&ftdatpwpricufcrCath. iebSS
WIIOLESALEGROCER, COMMISSION AND
BRANDIE-, WINES, CIGARS, 4a
Corner of Spring and, College Streets,
FRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES.
1 A(l 'hhds prime to choice Sugar;
1 U U '29 hhds Clarifid, do:
100 bblsCroshed Loaf and PowdcredSujarg;
150bbls reboiled Molasses;
150 k bbls do do;
59 begs Rio Coffee:
50 do old Java Coffee;
SO bbU Mackerel;
60 kits- do.
100 boxes Herrings;
50 .do Soap:
50 do EaiaiEA; '
50 H do
60 X do:
100 ooz Painted Buckets;
100 boxes Tobacco;
500 Kegs Nails and Brsds aswrted ticsi.
100 bag Pepper;
10 do Spice;
10 do Race Ginger;
500 Demijons assorted 8ises
10 bagn S S Almonds;
100 drums fresh Figs;
10 cases Matches;
0 boxes Lemons;
With many other articles in the Grocery Line.
Just rectived and for sale fb26' JO EDWARDS.
LATE ARRIVAL OF GKOOERIUS.
OQQ hhds Sugar, all grades.
JjOV 227 bbls Loaf, Crushed and PawderM Sugar;
217 bbis Molas3s;
916 bags choice Rio CoSWt;
50 bags Java Coffee;
200 packages MackertJ;
100 boxes bar Soap;
100 do Raisins;
500 dozen Buckets;
50 costs Tubs;
150 boxes Virginia Tohassoj
ltO bugs Pepper;
50 do Spice;
50 do Ginger;
700 kees Nails and Brads, assarted tSxU;
tOO gross Matches;
600 Demijohns, assorted alzst; ,
25 bats S Almonds;
2f 0 drums Figs;
10 cercons IndigO
2 casks Madden
Just received,' with a general 1st of groceries, which will
ce soia icw to aie trace.
fb27 B LANIER & PHILLIPS,
FRESH GROCERIES JUST RECEIVED.
T,Q HHDS SUGAR, all grades;
XrU 100 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
110 bbls Molasses;
S00 bigs New Orleans Rio Coffee;
200 bags extra Baltimore Rio Coffee;
00 kegs assarted Juniata Nails;
75 casks Super Carb Soda;
150 boxes Virginia Tobacco;
200 boxes Star Caudles;
100 boxes Mould Candles;
1,000 bags assorted Pat Shot;
5,100 lbs Bar Lead;
500 assorted Demij&bct; ,
800 reams best Wrapping Paper;
50 boxes Hulled Buck Wheat;
50 boxes fine Teas, aisorted;
SCO dozen Painted Buckets;
200 bbls Rccutied Whisky.
ALSO. A good stock of Cigars, Pepper, Spice,-Ginger,
Indigo and Madder, together -with a fine stock of Wines
and Liquors, which we offer to the trade low for CASH.
LANIER A PHILLIPS,
declS Wholesale Grocers, 89 Market street.
115 hhds NO and Clarified 73 bags Pepper, Spies and
115 bbls A hf bbls Reboiled lOO.OOo Havana Segars;
Aioiasscs; iuu,uuo American do
500 kegs Nails, assorted;
500 coils Kentucky Rope;
100 whole and half boxes
25 boxes Soap;
20 do Starch;
CO dozen Pickles;
60 kezs Shot and Lead:
60 bbls Cider Vinegar;
10 casks Scotch Ale;
100 doiin Brooms;
500 reams Wrapping Paper;
100 2 to 5 gallon Demijohns;
50 doz Painted BuckeU;
10 bbls Copperas.
By SEYMOUR, FANNING & CO.,
je22 w b Corner Market and Church Streets.
00 bbls Rectified Whiskey ;20 do Holland Gin:
EObblsUIdRcserra do 50 do Malaga Wine;
50 do Mooongahela do 100 doz Wolfe's Schiedam
SO do Bourbon do Schnapps;
20 do Peach Brandy; 6 quarter casks Pare Port
12 bbls -Robinson co Whisky; Wine;
30 bbls American Brandy; 8 hf pipes Otard Brandy.
For sale by SEYMOUR. FANNING A CO.,
je22 Corner Market and Church Streets.
J. G. & C. ROBERTSON'S
BREAD & CRACKER BAKERY, CONFEC
No. 21 Broad Street.
WE are now prepared to furnish our old and new cus
tomers with good Cheap Bread, viz: 2-4 loaves to
the dollar. Butter, Boston, Soda and Sugar Crackers
ltesh every day.
Just received by Railroad, direct from New York, a large
assortment of S. S. Almonds, Cream Nuts. Filbert;, Eng
lish Walnuts, Ac. Fresh Currants, Citrons, Ground Gin
ger, Spice, Pepper, Ac. Also, a fine lot of real genunice
Puerto Hrincipe Cigars.
PUMPS Also, at. assortment of Ale and Cider Pumps
with silver tops. The Cider Pipes and Pumps are mace
of pure Britaaia Metal, so that acid has no effect on them.
J. G. A C. ROBERTSON,
an2S ly 21 Broad st.
Goods for 2856,
B. F5TE & CO.,
j , NO. 9, COLLEGE STREET,
.4 RE now offering to the trade, a sew and handsome
i IX line of SPRING GOODS, at prices to agree with
f Cish and short time, and they earnestly invite merchants
I purchasing in Nashville to call early and examine the
i Stock In particular we call attention to a Urge line of
; Bonnets, Parasols and Ladies' Dress Goods.
STORE NO. 21 CEDAR
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL
HAVANA Segars. Virgura Chewine and Smoking To.
banco, French Brandies, Jamaica Bam, Holland Gio
Wines. Cordials. Fruits. Ac jnlyl7
B. 0 'KANE ,
PR0DUCZ AND C0KHISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
F0REIQ1! 4: DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
South-East comer of Church aud College Streets.
"TaTBEAT, RYE, BACON, FEATHERS, BEESWAX,
V V WOOL, Ac. Ac , by R. CRANE,
jinS'JG S. E. Corner College and ChurcBts.
NE HUNDRED TONS PITTSBURG IRON, well
aborted, now in store and lor sale low for cash by
jan3'.M 11. O'KANE.
Cf BBLS received and fir sale low by
OU janl 3
CIDER l.NEGAR expreysly tor family use. For sale
by, ian366 R. O'KANE.
WANTED FOR CADJf. IHMEDIA'IELT by
marl 9 tf R. O'KANE.
London Lady Potatoes.
100 rtceivei and for sale by
A GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitable fjr
Medical purposes, for sale by
WE have a Wagon running through the principal
streets of the city delivering food sold at our house.
All orders handed to the driver will receive prompt at'en
lion. JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN-
IKImH 1'OlATOtS. 0 bugs late Ked Potatoes, pjst
received and for sale by
mal4 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN.
IFIY bags Mecbanock and Loudon Lady Potatoes
Just received and for sale low by
marH JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN.
0?iE hundred bags Flour, just received trom Port
Roval and Mason's Mills, and for sale by.
JOYNT, BYRNE 4 NOLEN.
tnarl-i No. 12, Broad way.
R1SH POTATOES. 175 bbls Extra ineMeshan
nock and PinkEyo Potatoes just received from Cincin
nati and fur.alo by JOYNT, BYRNE & NOLEN,
npi8 No 12 Broadway.
FRESH ARRIVALS. "
TtE bare just received and have in store the fbUowing
V articles which we will sell cheap for cash
1C0 bbls Mcsbanock Potatoes;
2t0 pkgs Star Candles;
100 bbla Rectified Whisky;
5 do Old Bourbon do;
25 do dn Rye do;
25 do American Brandy;
0 doz Brocms;
125 boxes Y it. & E I) Cheese;
25 bbls Pore Cider Vinegar;
00 has S Shot;
10 kegs Bar Lead.
marH nART, MACREA A CO;
SUNDRIES. 2,000 krgs Shoenberger Nails, all sizes
200 dczen Painted Buckets; I
200 boxes 11 lb bars) Present's No 1 Soap;
' 200 boxes Gentrce's Mould Tillow Candles;
80 bbliSugar House Molasses.
In storeand forsale by W H GORDON A CO.
BAGS. 200 b.le, 250 eactt, XX buihel Gunny Bags;
100 bundles, 50 each,- 2 " " "
In store sad fir sale by
NO. 21. PUBLIC SOnARE.
ARE now prepared to offer to their custcmers'ssd &e
public gece rally, the largest, richest and best as
sorted Stocks of Spring and Summer
ever offered befere. Those wiahlcr to buy would do well
Niiiguiui, no uiLe grca. pleasure tn. aoowin? our
Oar assortment Is cow complete, cinsUticg in part of
uwuj.-iuuiwuDuu, sm qualities,
do 8 1 ripe do, oo
do Peaid- do do
do Check do do
Plain Silks, aU colors and qualities. Also, a Urge lot ol
Evening biixj. . edding UreSses, in great -variety, with
aU the Parspbenolia complete.
BAREGES AND MUSLINS.
Tha Ladies will find in oar btock of Barrei nil Muslins
just the things they want.
Spunaia uooncea ooivgeo, ' til qcsuuss
do do Grenadmea, de
do Figured Bereges, do
do do Grenadines, da
do Eob flouneed Grenadine, Empress Fsgeaie;
Plain and figured Bereges all kind-".
RICH FLOUNCED ORGANIC MUSLINS,
do French do do
Cheap Muslins in great variety from 12 V cents per yard cp
E2f BROIDERIES AND LACES.
We have au unusual largeissor!meataof Embroideries and
Fine Embroidered Huslia Bodies, high neci
do do do do low do
do do do Capes,
do do do Skirts,
do do U'dkfa. This let it Just half prioe.
Rich Jaconet Collars and Sleoves, do do
do Swiss do do da da
do Linen Cambric;
Breakfast Collars and Sleeves;
Embroidered Swiss Collars, great job;
do. Jaconet do
Ladies' retiring Rsbes;
CHILDRKNa ERBROIDERED BODIES;
do do Robes;
do White end Fancy dresses;
Jacocct and Sniss Edgings oca Inserting!;
Nainsook and Mu'l do do "great job"
Linen Cambric, do do do
Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing
Nainsook and Mull, do
Infants embroidered and Lactt trla'd Caps.
Very rich end fine Point Lace Setts;
do VaL do do
do Uouiton, do
do Muslin Lace trim'd;
do Houitore Capes;
do Point Lace;
do Val, do do
do do da Love knot Capes;
do Mnslin Lacs trim'd do
do Val Lace Berthei Sleeve to match
Splendid Val Lace Collars;
" Honiton do
" Real Point Lace, do "Job"
Maltese do do
" Muslin Lace trim'd do
Val Lace Edging and Iruertiocj,
Piatt do do do
English thread,do do '
Guiprue Laee for Dress Trimming-a,
Embroidered Muslin Mantles;
do do Scarfs, Job;
Rich band wrought Lacs Mantles;
do Chantilla do do
do Emb. White Silk, d
do do Black do do
do do col'd do do
Plain Silt and Light Fabric Mantles, all kinds.
LINENS. LINENS. LINENS.
We have new on hand several celebrated brands Irish
Linen of very superior quality, which we are determined
to sell by the piece or haU piece, at prices greatly under
the usual rates.
Also, 8-4, 10-1, lx-t, Linea Sheetings, all qualities;
Pillow Linen, all widths;
Rich Tab e Damask, by the yard;
do Damask Table Cloths, all sizes;
do do Napkins;
Doylcs, all kind;
Turkey Red Table Covers; NapJcins to match; ,
Bird-Eye Diaper, all qualities.
White Briliianle, all qualities, r
Col'd do -do
4-1 French Chintz.
English and American Prints in endless variety.
Percale, French Musl.n, Tery desirable,
'fitting. Bleached and Brown Domestics.
MENS AND BOYS LINEN GOOD?:
" " Casaimeres and Tweeds;
" . " Marseilles Vesting.
Drsp D'Te Summtr Cloihs and F.neFrene'i Cloths of all
In our assortment of Carpets will be found every thing
desiraale. We intend to keep our Stoct up during the
entire season, receiving every thing new that comes out,
direct trom Manufacturers hands, and intend to sell them
at tuch prices as will make them eo off Uvly.
HANDSOME VELVET CUU'ETS;
do Real Brusls do
do Tapestry do do
Extra Three Ply English Carpets;
" American ao
100 Ply Carpets all patterns aud prices. Also, a large lot
of Cheap Carpets.
Fine Mosaic Rugs:, Velvet Rugs; Tuffel Rugs.
Parlor and Door MatU. ell kind.
RICH CRIHiON AND BROWN DAMASK,
do Green and Gold do
do Crimson and do do
do Blue c do do
with a variety of other colors.
Also alarge asortment of German Damask Cornice and
Trimmings to match
Rich Applique Lace Curtains!
" Tumboral do do
" Emb. Muilin do
Also, Lace and Muslin Curtain Good, by ths yard
marll eoJ THOMPSUN A CO.
K. C. M'NAIRY & CO-
No. o5, College St, Nashville, Tennessee,
HAVE now on hand one of the largest and most com
plete StockB of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
suitable for Fall and Winter, ever offered in this mnrket;
And having the last few dayB received their large Fall Im
portation, and man? articles bought at prices far below
their usual cost, arc enabled to offer inducements to alt
persons wanting Goods in their line.
ELEGANT FLOUNCED SILKS, in all colors for day and
evening dresses at from $18 to CGO,
ELEGANT MORIE ANTIQTEc; Plain and Striped for
both day and evening.
ELEGANT PLAID AND STRIPED SILKS; all cualitie
PLAIN REPT- SILKS; in all colors; day and evening;
POULT DE SOIE: do do do dn; '
CASHMERE ROBES; with borders; Elegant;
" do Printed, do;
PLAIN AND PRINTED DeLAINES; the largest lot ever
ever offered in this city; bought at greatly reduced prices,
to be sold proportionately low.
COO PATTERNS UNIO. DeLAINS.atonly 2 a niece?
PLAIN MERINOS; inall colors.
In short every thing in the Drevs Goods Line.
EXTRA HEAVY, (ALL liOOL; FOR DRAWERS;
do do UNION, do do;
do do SHAKER, do dot
All qualities WELSH and other unshrinking Flannels;
SILK WARP FANNELS;
FINE SAQUE dqall colors for children;
Common While. Red end Yellow, in all qualitite-
All description! of Goods for Boy's Clothes, sueh as Jeans
Satiuettes, Tw-eds, Caiai meres, Ac, Ac.
11 kinds of Sheetings, Shirtings, Pillow Domocctlcs, !
Lid Tickings. Apron Checks, Canton Flannel?, Prints, I
Aainu uibbdh, nam uiuwtjs. -egio tersevs, &C xc.
EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS.
Every thiDgiD this line, Honiton Collars and Collarettes;
Vol. Codars and Collarettes and Sleeves separate or in sets
all kinds of French and Scotch worked Collars; Mockxuo
Collars in preat variety.
Every thing tn Mcsux and Lacs CuktaixsiAIso, Uaios,
all wool, and Sam larva Daxaes, Gmrs. Tajsils, Loops,
Cords, Ac, to match. Also Cobsick and 1'ixa, all q'ualitiea
A very large stock of Ladies' Men's Mitstn and Boy'c
Hosiery, aU which they will seU at the lowest posib!e,
la endless variety end all qualities. Many new styles
received within the last few days. AH at prices to meure
entire satisfaction. Also, a large lot of Rugs, Mats, Drug
gette. Crumb Cloths, Oil Cloth Mats for Fire placrs; Wash
Stands, Ac, Ac R. C. McNAIRY A CO.,
nov20 No. 35 College rtreet, Nashville. Tcnn.
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
WE respectfully inform city and country merchants
who purchase their gnodsinthls market, that we
aae now receiving new and desirable Staple and Fsnoy
Dry Goods, Hats. Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery.
Ac, which we pledge ourselves to sell at prices that will
guarantee sales to all that will d us ths honor to call and
examine our Stock, which will be large and complete by
the 10th of March.
We are the only Agent of Messrs Gilliland A Co., owners
ofthe Sylvan Mille at Shelbyville. fenn. We have cow
in store a good stock of their Ginghams, Ticking, Checks,
Plaids, Coating, Cottosades. Striped Osnaburgx, Ac, Ac.
We respectfully call the attention of MeschanU to thrfe
f roods, as we feel safe in saying that their price4 are a,
nw us the same goods can be bought anywhere in the
United States. TRABUE A LUCAS.
Nashville. Feb. 20. 1658. a A p
AC HAM OO.Tr.ET. A. L. JOIISBCX
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
(Successors to McCIure A Moore)
No. 10 Broad, and No. 94 Sontlt Market St.,
KEEP constantly en band all kinds of Cooking and
Heating Stoves, plain and ornamental; aluo, Tin
ware, Grates, Ac, 1c
Roofing and Spouting done with neatness and despatch.
Sheet Iron and Copper wbrk for Boats, Rolling Mills,
Furnaces, Foundries, Factories and Stills, done as cheap as
the cheapest. ' jaalB ly.
A BBAOTli UL ARTICLE, for tale by
CSARLE3 W. SMITH.
EDf BURKE PICKETT, '
REAL ESTATE, COXMERCIAX, FINAN
CIAL AND '
Corner of Broad and Front Streets, oTer C. Acdenos's,
WILL take charge' of any-business entrusted to him,
re iniring ths servicea of an Agent, for a commis
sion entirely satisfactory to all parties and in ail cam bo
charges will be made unless satisfaction Is gives.
The performance cf Contracts, Purchase, Sale, and Rent
ing ot Real Estate in the city and elsewhere; the Purchase
and Sale upoa Commission, of Bon ., S toe is and Public
Debts and Note of every description; Merchandize, Gro
ceries, all kidds of Machinery and Agricultural Seeds and
ImnUmitnti. trrn settlement o' accounts and claims end
collections generally, attendtd to fkithfully and prompt re
137" Information sought and given in every cepart
men t of business. Hoping for success only by a strict at
tention to my engagements, and looking rsther to the
quantity of business done than to exhorbitant charges, I
respectluUy sollc t a share of public patronage.
Gov W B Campbell, C W Jackson, S T Motley. Bank cf
Middle Tenn-, at Lebanon; Gov N S Brown, Fall A Cun
ningham, Church Anderson, McCIure, Buck A Co., Barge
A Allen, Anderson, Allison A Co., John S Bnen, Esq , A
J Duncan, McKeczie A Wilson. Nashville; Joseph W Al
len, Ecq, New Orleans; John W Butler, Pittsburgh D
Lebmer. Cincinnati: Edn.un.i ftvmpr. fVMmtll .v Cnm.
. mlng, Shelbyville MajRGhllis, V J Speace, Murf.ees
uuiu, t , v, ! uiiuunur, tsq fjoi a n jjooaey. vinmoia;
Col J C Guild, Col J W Head, R Hallum, Esq, Z Baker,
Em , Gallatia. R A W L Alexander, Mai D Burtord, Col J
U Vaughn, Dixon Springs; Dr AUKidd, J BMoorw,Esq.,
and ciHzens generally, Carthage.
WAN TED. il.OoO On twelve months loan, inter
est pavabla quarterly, and secured by nortfrire en
Real Estate worth $10,00.1 at
PU RETT'S GENERAL AGENCY,
f ANTED. To contract with efficient teamsters tor
hauling of S0O cords ol wood from the whart to
the city, at
WANTED.-l'a hire, a Nurse for the present yea:
at PICKLTra AGENCY.
CORDS WOOD for sale, to be delivered at
t)Q WELL UnOWN, line, Ut, yearling Mules, in tunitn
X. kJ coon y may be baa lor a smau price, if tax en lm
rpUE PKEJtflUJl FAJOl OF SJilTH COUN
X. TY FOR SALE. The most desirable property
in Middle Tennessee, ccctaim'cg 2:0 acrts. all under new
fencing, new outbuildings, plank fencing and house new
ly refitted and caintad. 2 mliea from Dixon Sorinra. and 8
from Carthage, on the Gallatia and Carthage Turnpike; 80
negroes of all desirable sges, now on the place, wita stock
ana grain . r or particulars, call at fliatrra
rjTO KENT. A very convenient rew Brick .House on
X Cherry street, College UiU, with four rooms, servant'
room and kitchen ic: new and in good repair.
ag- The same will be sold on unusually accomodating
terms, at PICKETTS.
Li'UJt SALE. A Ttry zdc Utile house on Church st,
X? a few doors below the Union and American office. In-
quire at PICKETTS.'
A D IV ELLIN G HOUSE. Six Booms, Garden,
Xjl and uutBiiaic&oa juasie jc ran rain nxe.
GREAT UARGAIN may be had in a nice new
bouse 5K miles out on the Lebanon Pike, with 14
acres of ground, wtdl suttd for a marxet garden, bvsp
Irgi jon, at
UliCltlPTIONS to any Nenspaper in the United
States received at
Wf ANTED A sitautioa tor two young men in Dry
7 v uooas or urucery nouses.
Salarisa no obiect.
JOli WORK. Two able bodied Negro Boys, accus
tomed to ail work, always on hand lor jobs at
ANTED. 20,000 ia.Na.ih Vila and Ubalunooga
Railroad Stock, at PICKETT'S AGENCY.
WANTED 'l jpurcha&e two small family Resides
ces between Bread street and the Square, at
SIX HUNDRED DOLLAitS in Chat. & Nash.
Railroad Stock, tor rale at PICKETTS.
TMGHT HUNDRED CEDAR PICKETS oo
JL2J the river, forsale at
TJERSONS having good Cooks and House Servants to
JL mre win ao welt to can tt riUh.b'A rtj
THE PLACE TO GET YOUR .SIDNEY
I HAVE a House for sale on College Hill I will sell for
one half its real value, if called tor soon by a cash or
very short time purchaser, at PICKETTS'
Hf tHRKE TUuCSaNU DOLLARS. Wanted to borrow for
JL twelve months, at a Cur rate of interest, the above
sum. Inteicstpayableqrarierly, and pay ment secured by
individual security, am a transfer of good 7 per cent
stocks at docble the sum. Call at
Ieb20 PICKETTS AGENCY.
ON MORTGAGE or personal scurity, for which a lib
eral interest will be paid, if appbeatian is made im
mediately at PICKETTS Attency,
No. , Broad st, over Church Anderson's.
A TWO STORY BRICK HOU:
XX. Pike with an acre-of ground to rent for the balance
of the year. Price 1- COpermoaih. Call at
A BARGAIN I READ TniS 1
I WILL sell a first rate WOOL CARDING MACHINE,
all new, 13 good running order, with all the necesHu-y
buildings, and ampleroom for double the quantity of Ma
chinery now employed. Situated in NolenivilIe.and which
did over t600 wnnhof bnsineslast jeer. L njcrdit fur
pjodpapir. Call at fraarll PICKETT'S.
RKUSTKADM BbBs TEADst
CONSTANTLY on hand and for sale at MeCcmbs' Bed
stead Manufactory ell kinds of Cottage and Fancy
Bedsteads, such as Cottages' Rouble and Single Mines,
St- Louis do. Plain Cottage do, Double and Single Lounges
do, at all prices.
ALSO Crib, Towoll Racks, Truanel Bed3fedfls, Small
Fancy Tables, Whatnots, Ac. ,
Also, a general assortment cf Matrasses, all of which
will be sold at wholesale and retail as cheap as can be had
in Cincinnati cr any other city.
J--7 All work warranted as represented.
Dealers in the country wUl find it greatly to their Inter
est to giveu a calL
Trans. Four months for good paper, or 5 per cent off
Factory cornerof Sprinjand Cherry streets
t3T We will pay the highest market price in CASH for
any quantity ot Hackeled Shucks.
J. W. McCOMBS, W. R, CORNELIUS,
fcb2 Proprietor. Agent,
THURSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. IS
Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, where they
will be hapsy to shoe their customers a first rate stock of
Dry Goods, consisting of Black. Brown, and Blue Broad
Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimeres; Vesting. Gloves,
THURSTON & BERNARD,
No. 1G Public Square,
(Next door to Calhoun's.)
TTTE now have on baud a beautiful Jtock ef French
VV and English Mcria.s, Plain Plaid and Ambre
shaded ell wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man
ches'er DeLaices: Plaid, Red, Tellow and White Flannels,
all qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods,
Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which we invite the atten
tion of all CASH buyirs, as vie cau gira good bargains.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDERY,
On Front, near Brond St
TTI L- w11 1,1-
. . . 1. u.urLNULI &CCCV.1UI,J jg,
thanks to the public for past favors, and so- Mk
iiciu a cuaiiuuunco 01 patronage iu
'above line, also s
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING:
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, Mi
tolic Pockizm. Balbit Metal and Castincs.
Sods Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pumps of
Cash will be paid at all times for old Copper and Brass
Jan25-lf B. COLK.
mHE Conartnershio of PERKINS. CAMPBELL A CO.
1 of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
either of the copartners having the use of the name ot the
firm in b'quidation. W.1L PERKINS,
W. B. CAMPBELL.
New Orleans, Dec 6, 1353. SAM'L P. WALKS R
vNretirirefrom the Commission Business we return
J our tbauks to our friends and patrons, and cheerfully
recommend our successor and late partner, W. M. Perkins
as oltogetoer wortny ct tne connoenceand patronage.
W. B. CAMPBELL,
SAM'L P. WALKER.
rpHEGeneral Commission Business heretofore conduct.
1 ed by PERKINS. CAMPBELL ft CO . will be con
tinued without istcrruption. Dy W.M, Perkins, under the
style or. luecis lyj PERKINS & CO,
ARE receitirg their Spring Stock, and g'WKmt
woult call e fecial attention to their fTtSTI
Grand Square Pianos, manufACturei by Light. 1 1 9 I 1
Newton & Bradbury, which, forrichness, purity and even
ness of tone, combined with power and strength, cannot be
excelled. Call and aee if it is not so. ,
rcarl WAR FREEMAN.
LARGK LOT OF FISEand low
price! Fire Screecs: .
Gold and Velvet Center P!eces
Oak rind Black ilarbla Parer:
Several 'et t3 of very bandso me Tarlor Boroere. tfonuce.AC
Just received from Parisian manufoctoriwi, by
W. W. FINN,
No. 23, Public Square, west side, corner Deaderiekkt.
THE Tennessee Boot and Shoe Manufactory, (better
known as Hamilton's) is removed to regg new
buildiogs. No 17. South College street, a few doors oelow
Singleton's Stable, where the proprietor -will continue to
mannfacture work substantial for the Market. 1 will pay
the market prise a cuhor trad. tegvmLE.
j&ai SmcceliKts itejUefl A Fills
DAVIS, mCEBK "Kbo.
Wlioleeale Grocers and CsBatjRon
MB. J. M SWAN havingseld h 1 inte,eiin tbeSsra,
of Davie & SwaataCapt. Merriu S. PBrier. th
bosiseee wiU be continued csdrrtba saae aad ctrl- o
DAVIS. FILCHER A CO. 3
Jaaco b. ilAVLS
uovl If MERRITT S. PICUER.
ty The. services of Mr.aM tsUAVarotetalcedby
us, who will leave shottlytcr New Orleans, fully author
ed to make purchases and advance on eMpmeaU pr cur
House. novlj DAVIS, PILUUER &CO.
ALL those Indebted to the Ann tt Davis A Fwaa 1
, please come forward and make pjrnsnt; t&oeu br.
izg claims against us wilt present them for adju to - -Either
of 03 is authorised to ne tha name of tb- Ftm 13
liquidaaon- J. 3 DAVL
nov:, '55. J. M.SWAN
ARM STKOiG & CO.,
VO 69 JfABJUT STaiET, 2CA3UVILLC TKIS
AND MAIS CFAU DRERV Att,-S a&,
roa tee 3ik or
JJachines, Agricnltarnl IrapleBKintJ, TJaildlo;
Material?, Ac., Ac.
THE annexed is a list ot such articles as mir alwijs be
found at their store, end at the lnwet cash prices:
Machine?, lmplt menu, Ac.
Threshing Machines. Hot se 1 cwtra. Corn and Ccb Crosi
er, (little Giant,) Felton's PoruhleUrutMill, MrawCo
ten,-Corn Shelltrs, Bed well's Smut Machine, "hid 3
Grata Separator, Well'e -eed Sower. Com Planters, Ctl
valors. Harrows, Ploughs rf all kinds. Chums, Meat Cut.
tern. Scribes. Foils, Rakes, Rtapirg sad Mowicg Ms
chises. Fan Mills, Ae
BailtUacXntermlf , c.
WTadsw Seah, Venitun Blinds Matbclized Iron Mm
ties. Window Glass of all sizes, Hydraalia Cement, Fl&etef
Paris, Chain Pumps. Force Pumps, Garden. Ecgi u, Lrus
Chairs, Irca Settees, Iron Safes ot all sizes.
Paints, Oil?, Ac.
White Lead. White Zinc Brown Zinc, Stone Colored
Zinc, Peluteof all colars. Putty, WciiicR Licaeed O.
Lard Oil; Turpentine, Varciabea, Mineral Paint, Glue,
Paint Brushee.Roam, Copperas. Para MRU, Ae. As,
Gcaae, end Load Plaster. We keep a larga tfcek oftheje
Clover. Timothy, Blue Grau.Uerd Grate, Orsbard Gnes,
We are also agents for Prase's Celebrated Excelsfor Rail,
road Hone Power Threshing Mac nines. We havs con tr
assortment of these Machines on land, and will furnish,
them at Manufacturers' prices, transportation, added. As
the demand will be be 1 ond the aupply, those who are is
want of them had better buy soon.
feMI U tun-TKiiMi - u-
laUS S. UART HtNkl
JIART, MACRAE V
WHOLESALE GROCERS a COMMISSION
Noe7and 9 South Martetbtreet, Nasi ville, Ten a
WE have just received and have in store a portion cf
our stock, consisting in part ot the fc.loning arUcis,
181 hhds fair to cheice New lOOboxes r 'lre
Orleans Sugar 10 cases Sherry Wises;
ti, boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce, tvice;
100 boxes and bbls PowdrM 100 nests Markjtbwikets;
wuaaeaana a.oju- oo Lcaei xoxa muna,
100 U bbls do;
200 bags Coffee:
800 packages Msckei ;
540 bags Malt;
35 casks Malaga Wtaj,
5 casks Sherry Wine:
150 packages M R Reisit
20 trails L L Almonds;
200 assorted Demiiohas
35 ncta '.aisdTche;
100 dozen nted Buckets
I0O boxes Tobacco, various
5 ooas Fresh Core Oysters
osee asserted Pidl:?;
a ccrooni best lsiUgo;
IZj totis Star Ccadies.
Together with Pepper, Spice, v'-v Ac.
jm2 VART MACRAE
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 64 bxs. pint A j plctFiak
S5 bbls PowM Loaf Sugar; 2X0 Dem.jot.ns, assorted,
50 bag Leg. CofTee; 225 ars rtio Coffee;
75 bxs A 3 bxe Star Can- 75 bbls Molossee;
dletc 75 " do
35 bxs Sterine and Tallow 60 bsspIe'dandfreihOT-
iO bxs. Langhorn A Amis- 10 bxs Ana Rice, very f-e;
Uad's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco
75 bxs prime Western Re- 25 tola No S A 3 Madera j
75 casks English Soda.
50 bzs Soap;
50 ' Raisins,
100 kegs pore White Lead;
25 bxs Ink;
75 dec Painted Buckets;
1 cask Madder;
7 bbls Alum:
10 bass JHspiee:
SOO.000 Havana Cigars, va
S0.0C0 Melee doc
1.0OO bags assorted Shot,
15O,00 G. D Perti Cap;
8 cases lodigor
10 bbls Brimstone;
10 bbls (Trackers;
25 bags Pepper;
60 oils cuttca Cord
20 " ileum doe.
100 - Cotton Yarns;
50 bxs 8X10 A OXli Glass; SO bxs gal A gzl bsttlai ;
u) dxj quart iasxs;
IKONS AND CASTINGS.
100 tons Rol'd iroa, wir'ied, 25 tonsxes'd Castings;
80 " Bell's Uam'd Iron, 6Q seta assortadAxtsc
800 ham'd Plough Mlds; 6.0 " VvaonB. its;
400O lbs. A. B. Steel; 50C0 lbs. Cast St,ei;
2500 " E.B.SteeL 1W " Crawley Steel;
15u0 " Spring SteeL
10 baskets Champagne Win ; '
10 bbls. Old Port Wine;
8 casks Sherry do.
15 bbla pure Sweet Malaga Wise;
3 casks A. SIgnttte Brai dj;
1 pipe pure Holland Gin. Eagle bnndj;
1 punchecn purelnshWbisky:
S00 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brands;,
1'iie a ilocorgxala, do, .
" Smith's Resjrva, da;
" Monongihela Rye; do;
" Brandy; 9
Old Munoneahela Whiskey, very fine;
" Ale. ScbuiU and Waiki-r's brasdr:
All of the above will be sold verv low at ouzel .1 stand.
corner of Broad and College Streets, by
jan!3 M CBEA A TKRR.VSFL
FINE CITV PltOPbltl'V Fou s kbb.
ON SATURDAY, the 2h of April. If nor previously
dipi?ed o, I will sell at the Court limn t hi
highest Didder my LARGE WT lying !a the MCg'e if
Broad and McLemore strteti, and being the corn, r u : f
the corporation, on Bros 1 street. Tho said Lot fro ta oz.
Broad street 74 feet, and nn McLemore str.e' ISA fret,
with a 15 foot alley in the tear Terms, $"-M equlva cat
to cash, the balance oa credit of eight and tweniym -'-
without interest. For particulars, inquire at mv otZce,
Na 5. Cherry st. mart,! J U. THOMPSON
ANEAT Resldf nee three m!es tram Nahi'lle, on the
Chattanooga Ri.Iroad.adj inicg )IencIiC and near
the Murircesboto Turnpike 1 he House- is new, contains
seven rooms, betides servants rooms, Ac, nib W acres
cf ground attached Tha place ts eU watered and U ft
desirable family residence For rent low. Appirt i
LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
apll-lm 8-t folb go street.
Hashvillo Baco Course.
THUKSDaY. May ai. Sweepeiate for untried 8 J ear
olds, mile heaU, 200 entrance, (50 forlei tb cl
FRIDAY, SSd, Proprietoz'a Purse $200, Male Heats,
best In firs.
SATURDAY, 2ith, Proprietor' Purse ?J-0. TxoXd
Heats. AV. J. PuIIJJrV,
marai dtf Prrprietor
j. o. rzLuiws.
W. Si BD.V.U
FELLOWES A HUNTER,
GENERAL AO EN 07,
(So 89 Cherry Street, up Stairs )
THE undersigned have formed a partnership In i
above business. We will undertake the CvUeclion c!
Claims in any part or the United States, act as- Agents i
renting Houses. Collecting Rent, Ac
e refer to the bustnessmea of NaibvilTe generally
J ( FfciLOWSS,
Nashville. Feb. P. 1E55. W K HUNTER.
THE uudersizced would reipe'fa!Iy idfona the. Ker.
chants ot Nashville and 1 ei cn id l'o.da.-,tbt the
have been appMntel Sola 4 genu at Nashville by- the Mas.
ufketnrer f r
DUPONrS CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER,
TEXNEUKE BLASTING POIVDE , and
TOY, BECKFORD A CO 'S SAFETY t?USE.
And that they will kiep constantly oa banj large anpZt
oft he same, which they Hill famish to the Trade ou liber,
al terms. M- A E F. CUKATH tM.
Corner College A rhurib. eta ,
marl ahvti!c. Teas.
EIFLS POWDKH. BRANDEU "DCPONT'a
POWDER," and having my name on ttt
kegs, being offered for silo in asbville, and neilter
Messrs Dopont A Co. nftr mvelf having sent tech p iwdst
there, dealers are beiebyinfnrmed that we will rn be e
rpocsiblefbrthe qtality of such p wder evea when o. "
brands are on it) aioent such 1a mrclu-l hum ,.p ihin k
Messrs. M. A E. F. CuEATUAal, the Aetnts of :eri.
DupontACq. J. VV. DUNilUUfi.
wicmnati. jiaren inn, 1335. n-vwi dif
WALL PAP Ell.
L, M. GORBEY,
IMPOBTER ASD TJEALZ2 EI
WALL PAPER AND PAPER HANGINGS
NO. 3 COLLEGE STREET.
Next Door to Setvauee House, NashviHr.
KEEPS constantly oa band ths latest and men fish,
ionable patterns for Parlors. f?aJ!
Ac A larse assortment of ehean In-lHTxl Pan-. F.ra
Screens, Window Paper. Trusters, Ac
t7 raper zianging done ta the best meaner.
tnne30 L. M- GORBEY.
s. a. noixa, s.8. wmxAKs. jto. a. rawas.
JOHNSON, HORNE At CO..
WH0EE3ALE AND RZTAIL GR0CE2S.
(J imaUeieiiaad Forwzxditff MercianU.aid Stolen (t
uonca and xosacco.
rnr efiUr'ni tni Jirtsd Sm!u lU.Trr.-y.
paw a-, gjgzi