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WALTS B GUMS.!
A. MORRISON & CO.,
t ' ' Wholesale Dealers in ..
ENGLISH. .FRENCH. -AND AMERICAN
ASP VAKIKTIE HENEBAIXY.
TXTB would oUl the atuoUuu'uT Merchants buyingjn
YV this market to our exteosire stoek of
tfee largest and most varied erer brought to Nashville-'
which trill compare favcnibly with the most extensive Job
biar Houses East, in the vsripty line. Ou. assortment o
I)R&33 TRIMMINGS. SILK "BONNETS. PARASOLS,
FANS. RIBBONS, GENTS. FURSLSHING GOODS,
GLOVES, HOSIERY; TAlLORSi-TRlMMINGS,
WHITE GOODS, HANDEEKvjHthFS,
and varieties generally, will bound ve-y desirable. We
trill sell for a tmall advance J or VASffend on Bhort time
to punctual dealers. We solicit an examtoation pur stock
and prices. A. MORRISON A CO.
72 Public Square, above the Cut Hotel
eb28 8m Nasbrill.
WHO LESAIiE DEALERS IN DR V
WJZ are now opening in our new Marble Storehouse,
W North side of the Public Square, a laige and desir
able stock or Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats, Bonnets,
Umbrellas, Parasols, Ac
Having purchased our Goods under the most favorable
d rca instances, we are prepared to offer inducements to
merchants visiting our city, and respaetfally solicit them
to give our stock an examination btfore purchasing else
where. We would call special attention to our stock of Ladies'
Press Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Mantle:', Ac
ftb23 ' EVANS A CO.
CITY CLOTHING STORE,
NEW SPRING AND SUMMER
G OOP S. '
WOULD respectfully inform his customers and the
citizens of Nashville generally that he has just re
tamed from New York with a laree and elegant stock of
SPRING AND SUMMEU GOODS,
and is now ready to fill all orders for Clothing on the
shortest notice and in neat and lashionab e style. He
has the largest variety of
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING. .
both for Bora and Gentlemen's wear, ever brought to this
market, and hopes the citizjns will give him a call
ALSO Shirts, Drawers, .Cravats, Handkerchiefs,
0 lores. A a. Ac which can be bad cheap and on good
terms? M. SULZBACHER.
atrl5 8m b a A r A pent
AKJUSTKOiW & CO.,
7(1 w i Ttrt-v OTDrrT V t cnrTT.TT TFVV
AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS,
rem the sale or
Machines, Agricultural Implements, Building
Materials, Arc, Arc. , ,
THE annexed is a list of such articles as may always be
found at their store, and At the lowest cash prices:
Machines. Implements, Vc.
Threshing Machines, Horse lowers. Corn and Cob Crush
er, (L'ttle Giant,) Felton's Portable Grist Mill, Straw Cut
teis. Corn Shelters, Bedwell's Smut Machine, Child's
Gt ain Separator, Well's Seed Sower, Corn Planters, Culti
vstors, Harrows, Ploughs ef all kinds. Churns, Meat Cut
to a. Scvthes, Forks, Rakes, Reaping and Mowing Ma
chines, Fan Mills, Ac.
Building Jlatenals, &c.
Window Sash, Yemtian Blinds, Marbelized Iron Man
tle's, Window Glass orallsiies, Hydraulic Cement, Plaster
Paris, Chain Pursps, Force Pumps, Garden Engines, Iron
Chairs, Iron Settees, Iron Safes of all sizes.
Paints, Oils, fcc.
Whits Lead, White Zinc, Brown Zinc, Stont Colored
Zinc. Paints of all colors. Putty, Whiting, Linseed Oil,
Lard OU, Turpentine, Varnishes, Mineral Paint, Glue,
Pslnt Brushes, Rosin, Copperas, Pain Mills, Ac Ac
Guano, and Land Plaster. We keep a large stock of these
articles on hand.
Clover, Timothy, Blue Grasc.Herd Grass, Orchard Grass,
Weare also agents for Pease's Celebrated Excelsior Rail
road Horse Power Threshing Machine. We hare now an
assortm;nt of these Machines on hand, and will furnish
them at Manufacturers' prices, transportation added. As
the demand will be beyond the supply, those who are tn
want of them had better buy soon.
icbai-tf ARMSTRONG & CO-
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
Trabue & Lucus.
WE respectfully inform city and country merchanst
who purchase their goods in this market, that we
are now receiving new and desirable Staple and Fancy
Dry Goods, Hats. Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery.
Ac, which we pledge ourselves to sell at prices that will
guarantee sales to aU that will do us the honor to call and
examine our Stock, which will be large and complete by
the 10th of March.
We are the only Agent of Mtssrs Gilliland A Co, owners
ol the Sylvan Mills at Shelbyville. Tenn. We have now
in store a good stock of their Ginghams, Ticking, Checks,
Plaids, Coating, Cottorades, Striped Osnaburgs, Ac, Ac
We respectfully call the attention of Meschants to these
goods, as we feel safe in saying that their prices are as
low ss the same eoods can be bought anywhere in the
United States. TRABUE A LUCAS.
Nashville, Feb. 20. .1 S56. B A o
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WE would inform our customers and the trade gene
rally that since the late Fire in which the building
we occupied was consumed we bare removed our stock to
No 42, west side of th Square, up stairs adjoining Messrs.
Allison, Anderson A Co.
Since remoring.we hare received large additions to our
Stock, including a great variety of Goods, suited to the sea
son, to which we respectfully invite th attention of Mer
chants Orters solicited and filled with cxre.
,p23 GARDNER.SHEPHERD A CO.
nD I TIOtfAL.
ADDED to their already large stock of Staple and Fan
cy Dry Goods, the undersigned are now receiving
daily laree additions, making it not only the LARGEST
but also the MOST PERFECT AND EXTENSIVELY AS.
SORTED STOCK they have ever before had in their pow
er to offer to the retail merchant.
MORGAN A CO.,
mar29 dtf Public Square.
clirll t 24 If 1112.
A J. DUNCAN A CO. have received this day a large
line of New Styles Lawns, Painted Jacconnets
and Muslin Robes. .
AlSO White Jaconets and Cambric Cross-Barred Mus
lins, Swiss, Book (ond India Muslins and Embroideries,
Muslin, Linen, Silk and Lawn Handkerchiefs. And many
other styles of Goods, which we are selling at a small ad
Tinc 1 A. J. DUNCAN A CO..
aprj9 no 7U I'uonc square.
-1 AH COOK1IVG STOVES. Webaveiust received
JLUU from the St Louis and Cincinnati foundries, a
complete assortment of the most approved Cookfng Stoves
which will be sold for a small advance for Cash. Among
which is the celebrated St Liuis Cooking Stove the Gold
a Era, a Stove better aiapted to city use than any now
manufactured, havirs a large oven and requiring less wood
than any now in use. COOPER A SPITLER,
pr23 Corner Marlretana spring tn, jasmine,
THLET SETTS Comprising three pieces hand
somely ornamented, and for beauty of finish, conve
nience ana cheapness, cannot be surpassed, at
pr28 COOPER A SPITLER.
JE CREYMproduced in six minutes by the use of
Austin's Patent Cream Freezer, a well made and sub
stantial article, serving a family foryeais with this delicious
bet erase. Tbey are recommended for their economy, re
auirine less labor and less ice than any other freezer in
wi, For sale by COOPER A SPITLER
"I It 7 E ure prepared to. make to order all kinds ol Tin and
YV Copper work promptly and at satisfactoay prices.
Roofing and the Tin and Copper work necessary upon
public and private buildings will be done on the lowest
terms and warranted to be water procf. We are satisfied
teat with the experience in the above branch ot our busi
ness, we can take contracts upon as good terms as any
bouse in the city. COOPER A SPITLER,
spri3 Corner Market and Spring sts, Nashville-
I HAVE just reeeived for gratuitous distribution, a
mi BRIEF EXAMINATION OF THE PATHOLOGY OF
Together with an exposition of the principle and method
of their treatment. By Theodore Pomeeot, M. D., Uti
ca, New York.
The attention of Physicians and all others interested in
controlling these complaints, is respectfully directed to
this work, written by a gentleman ot their own profession.
Dr. Pomeroy is well' known not only as a gentleman of
irreat wealtn , but also as one of the most learned I hysi
Sans and Chemists in the United S.ates. He is the inven
tor of XarthaWi Vttrine CatUhcon, which has been prov.
ed by experience to cure IS out ol every 20 cases of these
complaints; m fact all cases except these vhere some me
ohanical minry has destroyed the recuperative powers of
the system, and thus rendered a cure imf ossible.
Phvsicians and patients both admit that very little ben
efit ii to be derived from the ordinary mode of treating
this class of diseases. The failure proceeds from mistst
ea pathology, and until the remedy is applied to the cause
and not to the effects of the disease. Uterine complaints
will be runted with incurable diseases, though not intrin
The component parts of 'bis remedy have been anbmit-,
ted to the Professors t-f various Medical Colleges. I Will
further wane this offer to any respectable Physician of
Nashville or itsueijjhborbood . H they have any patients
afflicted with these complaiuts that they cannot relieve by
the usual course of treatment, I will furnish any quantity
of Marshall's Uterine Cattiohom that may be necessary,
und shall make no charge for it, if it does not, in every
particular, perform all that is promised for it
mayfltf V ALEX. MACKENZIE.
ITXTRA CHANCE. We have for sale a most ex
rpllent house servant, nurse, chambermaid, fair cook
d seamstres all combined in a LIKELY WOMAN, 23
3 eALlo.aMVeral other likely Negroes, among them a No.
1 House Carpenter, bis wile and two children. Call soon
on BOiD A Llliha,
jpSO No. 50 Cherry at.
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully Organized, according to
Charter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or
DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against loss
or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on
thj most favorable terms.
Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates.
Omcr No. 86, corner of Square and Cedar street.
ALEXANDER FALL. W. T. BERRY
ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODS.
JOHN KIRKMAN; JOHN U. EWIN,
HENRY HART, Jn., R, c. McNAIRY,
TUOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Jikis Wixub, Secretary.
Nashville, April SO, n w o
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S
Insurance Company of Nash,
Chartered by the State.
This Company is now in success
ful operation, and is prepared to
take risks on Buildings. Goods.
and Wares and Merchandize. arainst.
.LOSS Oil IIAJUAU1S UX Jt'lItE.
Alio, on Goods, Wares and Merchandise and Cargoes gen
erally, against the Sias, Rivees, and Inlasd Tuakbporta
rio"3, upon as favorable terms as any Office in the City.
Office No. 25. on College street, opposite the Sewane
House. W.B.MATCUEWS, President.
Jons S. D asm ell. Secretary. myl,'5S
Fire Insurance Company
OFFICE North-West Corner of the Public Square
over Dyer Pearl's Exchange OfBee, They vwill take
risks on Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store
against Loss or Damage" by Fire. Also, Marino and River
hazards; from and to all ports.
Negroes against the dangers of the River.
JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANERSON,
G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWEN,
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS,
R-U. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY,
W. S. EAKIN.
JOSEPH VAULX, President
A. W. Bdtlsr, Secretary. b&tw oct8 If.
BOOKS are now open at No. 35 Kirkman's corner, and
the Merchant's Bank, for subscription to the Capital
Stock of said Company. Nf 11, & BROWN,
JOHN PORTE RFIkLD,
S. R. ANDERSON,
feb23 . ROBT. GIBSON.
mllE undersigned would respectfully inform the Mer-
I chants ot Nashville and Dealers in Powder, that tbey
have been appointed Sole Agents at Nashville by the Man-
DUPONrS CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER,
TENNESSEE BLASTING POWDE .and
TOY, BECKFORD A CO.'S SAFETY FUSE.
And that they will keep constantly on hand large supplies
oft he same, which they will furnish to the Trade on liber
al terms. " M. A E. F. CHEATHAM,
Corner College A Church sts ,
maris Nashville, Tenn.
RIFLE POWDER, BRANDED "DUPONT'S
POWDE R, " and having my name on the
kegs, being offered for sale in Nashville, and neither
Messrs Dupont A Co. nor myself having sent such powder
there, dealers are beieby informed that we will not be re
sponsible for the quality of such powder (even when our
brands are on it) except such is purchased from or through
Messrs. M. A E. F. CHEATHAM, the Agents of Messrs.
Dupont A Co. J. W. DONOHUE.
.Cincinnati, March 17th, 1856. mar32 dtf
IHAVEjust returned from New York and Philadelphia,
and am now opening a very rich stock of all the latest
styles of Jewelry, Gold and Silver Wathes Silver and Pla
ted Ware, and would respectfully invite the ladies and
gentlemen to call and examine them, assuring they will
see something beautiful and desirable.
I HAVE now a large stock of the celebrated Brazilian
Spectacles made to order by the same manufacturer
who made J. H.Semmons'and so highly recommended by
so many of our most respectable citizens.
Gold frames, from $5 to $10.
Silver frames, from $2 00 to $2 50,
Sold and warranted by W. H. CALHOUN,
deel 6m 15 Public Square
AMBROTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUEBREAN
2C Union Street, Nashville.
AMBROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, plain or colored in
Oil, and warranted as permanent as any other style
of Painting. Daguerrotypes, Steneoscopic, Crayon or
Vignette, and every other style of Pictures taken at this
establishment in the highest style of the art and warrant
ed to please or no sale.
Although these beautiful pictures were but recently in
troduced by the subscribers in this city, they have become
eo popular that we have, at a very great expense, secured
the services of a celebrated Artist from New York to at
tend to this branch of the business exclusively.
BRING ALONG THE JUVENILES.
Children can, by this process, have a fiithful likeness
taken in a few seconds and warranted perfect or no charge
willbe made. Bring them along and hare them taken be
fore trying elsewhere janSO
t DESIRABLE COUMRY RESIDENCE l'OIt
AVERY superior tract of Land of 110 acres, half clear
ed and half tin bered, well set in blue grass. The
improvements consist'of n comfortab'e frame dwelling
with six rooms also, a large two stjry frame office, ex
cellent peach and apple orchards and never failing spring.
Situated about ix miles from the city on the Middle
Franklm Pike. J L A R'W BROWN,
apr2i lm iiji Cherry st.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE FOR CASH!
A NEAT Brick Dwelling with five rooms, on Vauxhall
street, near the residence ot James Woods, Esq , and
is exempt 1mm taxation for about SO i ears.
ALSO, a desirable Building Lot of 6 acres, about 2
miles from the city, near the Vaughn Pike
ALSO, two beautiful Building Lois in Houston's addi
tion to Edgefield, fronting 50 teet on Woodland street
6 . J. L. A R. W.BROWN,
maylO lOd. 44 Cherry stn-ct
SI'LENDID INVESTMEN r,
WE offer for sale on the most accommodating terms, a
most beautiful let or 2 acres, fronting on the Gal
latin Pike, opposite the handsome residence of Ex-Gov. N.
ALSO, the most beautiful lots in all Edgefield, on the
corner of Boscobel and Uobson streets, in vVilliams's ad
dition. ALSO, a beautiful lot fronting ICO feet on Broad street,
ALSO, a neat Frame Dwelling with four rooms, on cor
ner of McNairy an 1 Demnmbrane streets, West Nashville.
ALSO, a desirable lot fronting 40 feet on Cherry street,
between Church and Broad.
J. L. A R, W.BROWN,
may 10 lOd. 44& Cherry street
DESIRABLE REMDENCES FOR SALE.
ABEATTIKUL Cottage Residence in Putnam's addi
tion to Edgefield, containing six rooms. The Lot
fronts 200 feet on White's Creek Pike, and runs back 275
leet to Putnam street
ALSO, a desirable Brick Dwelling with C or 7 rooms
a few minutx's walk from the Public Square.
ALSO, a Brick House with frame addition, 4 rooms in
all, fronting CO feet on Summer street, just beyond the
Stone Bridge. J. L. A R. W. BROWN,
majl5 lOd 44 herry street
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS IN THE
EDGEFIELD AND KENTUCKY
AT a meeting ef the lloird of Directors of said Com
pany, this day held, u was onlerrd (hat a further in
stalment often per cent upon the original stack be paid
into the Treasury on or before the 1st day of Jnly next
By order ot the Board
3 W. B A. RAMSEY.
mavl0-d3a Sec'y & Treas.
A GREAT BARGAIN.
I WILL sell a great bargain in a superior tract of land
situated 10 miles north or Madis invilie, Hopkins co,
Ky in8milesoftheUenderson and Nashville Railroid.
I v'illsell the whole tract containing about 3,000 acres, or
the Improved part and 800or 1000 acres to suif the pur
chaser This is one of the very best stock Urms in south
era Kentucky. Soil first rale, improvements good, and I
believe that a practical mule grower can clear the purchase
money in two seasons. . ...
Persous wishing to purchase are invited to examine the
premises. apr27-4wd B, F. LOTSPEICH.
fe? t ESl: SErSSn; ; flit fit erssssS 1E ufl ES
K. H. BROCIWA,
WHOLESALE DEALER AND MANtTFACTimER OF
No. 711-2, Public Square,
TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS.
TITY Stock of Gentlemen's Ready Made Clothing for the
i.TjLSpringand Summar trade is now complete embracing
every variety of style and fabric to be found in the Eastern
My business being strictly and exclusively confined to
the Manufacture and sale of Clothing, enables me to offer
greater inducements than any other house in the city, and
shonld alone be sufficient guarantee to all who purchase
Ready Mnda Clothing, that they can supply themselves
with a much larger variety of styles and assortment of
sizes, at a less price, by making their purchases direct from
the Manufacturer. sep-tf R. H. BROCKWAY.
FIRST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company
EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
THESE Machines are now very justly considered to be the
best in use, having the advantage of all others in the
simplicity of their construction, the speed and beauty of their
wora, ana me great sirengui oi meir seam. unuKO any
others In uso, they form a seam with two continuous thread
from ordinary pools of cotton, silk or linen making a knot
t overj stitch which prevents the work from ripping under
ny circumstances whatever.
The first and highest pre miaros have been awarded to these
Machtbesat all the leading Fairs throughout this country
and Burope, and the Inventor now rejoices in the moresub
tantial reward of the largest patronage ever bestowed npon
any oewiugiuaiuiue 111 cuiujtg ur AmencB.
They are of the highest nnl.b, and r.f every variety of size
ana ttyie, anaaaapieaio au mo wants or me sewing com
They are all secured exclusively to the proprietors bv let
ters patent, and are free from all legal controversy. Great
pains has been taken to adapt these Machihes to Plantation
sewing, and they are now so simple, durable and eaallyrun
and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond
competition for this work or for tho manufacture of heavy
or light bags, for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever
ocen invenieu to surpass mem any person alter one Hours
practice can make from 400 to 700 corn sacks per day on one
machine. These machines are also equally well adapted to
the manufacture of all kinds of clothing, coarse or fine, as
well as gerAral sewing, quilting, stitching, &e. These ma
chines are so arranged as to make the stitch any length de
sired, and to sew with ease any and every seam In any gar
ment, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of flnisb.
cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most
We shall at all times keep on band a ull assortment of
these macnines,and most respectiuny lnrite the public gen
erally to call and see them in use, and give them a careful
examination and be satisfied that tho half has not yet been
toia. aec ti
TTTE have several likely Neeroes for hire for the bal
VV ance of the year. Among them are some excellent
House Servants, an .txcaiieni iooc, &c itppiy soon to
feb23 BOYD A LYSLE.
TAYLOR, DICKSON, GRAVES & CO.,
(Successors to Bates, Taylor A Co.,)
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
zj jl. rsox m: nf
NOS. 3 AND 25 DKY STREET,
B. LANIER At CO.,
(Successors to Hart A Hollingworth,)
No. 5 Market Street, Nashville,
WHOLESALE GROCERS Ac DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUDRS.
NEW BANKING HOUSE.
JOHN O. JAMES. A. WBILSS3. BATID D. JAVS
JOHN D. JAMES & CO.,
BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS,
Next Door to the Bank or Nashville,
em-mirk - KrGzam
III iTi iiiflPi iii mm if tCWmt i
AND FANCY JOB WORKMAN,
North East Corner Public Square, Nn.livillc,
WHERE he 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. Sim Boards. Boxes.Ac. Small Jobs attended to
with neatness and dispatch, cheap for cash.
mayl2 y u o, vtmum.
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN HOUSE.
THE subscriber, having rented this establishment
will rra-n !t f- tKa -rTt ? nn rf pnmmnv 1 Vi o 1 tai ff
"I. May. 1856. and begs leave to assure those who de
sire to secure a delightful mountain home for the warm
season, that no effort or expense on his part, shall be want
ing to secure to them the realization of their wishes. His
arrangements are such that visitors may at all times de
pend on having horses and carriages foi'excursions to any
part of the mountain. Carnages will also be in readices
at the Depot in Chattanocgi, on the arrival of the cars, to
convey passengers to the mountain.
With the best of cooks, well trained servants, and ar
rangements for music for dancing parties, he respectfully
solicits public patronage.
marl'J emu w j rvcD.un.
ALL persons are cautioned against irautng ior mree
nntM f hand, riven bv the undersigned in favor of
Andrew Jackson, for $5600 each, with endorsement on
each of i20O. Said notes payable on the 1st day of Janu
ary, 1857, 1853 and lS59,respectively;payabIe at Planters'
Kane, as pan ot me consiaeraiion ior nmtu
were given has failed, and will not bo paid unless com
pelled by law. WALKER A BLOOD.
SPUING MEETING OVER THE
ffiashvilie Race Course.
THURSDAY, May 22, Sweepstake tor untried 8 year
olds, mile heats, $200 entrance, $50 forfeit to close
FRIDAY, 23d, Proprietor's Purse $200, Mile Heats, 3
best in five.
SATURDAY, 24th, Proprietor's Purse $2t0, Two Mile
Heats. W. J. PHILLIPS,
mar21 dtf Proprietor.
DHS. CON WELL At UUKHS having associated
themselves in the practice of their profession, tender
their services to the citizens of Nashville. Office No 22
Cherry street between Union and Church sts.
JO. E3WJ&B'D8, .
V liO LES ALE GROCER, COMMISSION AND
FOR WASDIS G MERCHANT,
BRAND1E-, WISES.CIGARS, AO.
C iner of Spring and College Streets,
JIASHVnXX, TKS3ESSU. '
FRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES.
If hhds prime to choice Sugar;
JJ 28 hhds Clarifiad, do:
100 bbls Crushed Loaf and Powdered Sugars;
ISO bbl rrboiled Molas3es;
150 i-ibbls do do;
250 bags Rio Coffee:
60 do old Java Coflee; . " "
30 bbls Mackerel;
60 kits . do,
100 boxes Herrings;
50 do Soap; J :
50 do Raisins;
50 U do
60 do; -
1U0 auz Painted Buckets; . '
100 boxes Tobacco; : . --,
500 Kegs Nails and Brads assorted sizes.
100 tag. Pepper;
10 do Spice;
10 do Race Ginger;
500 Demijons assorted sizes;
10 bags S S Almonds;
100 drums fresh Figs;
10 cases Matches;
20 boxes Lemons;
With many other articles in the Grocery Line.
J ust received and for Bale fb26 JO E D WARDS.
115 hhdsN O and Clarified T5 bags Pepper, Spies and
115 bbls A bf bbls Rebelled 100,000 Havana Segara;
Molasses; " 100,000 American do
500 kegs Nails, assorted; 60 bbls Cider Vinegar;
500 coils Kentucky Rope; 10 casks Scotch Ale;
100 whole and half boxes 100 dozen Brooms;
Star Candles; 600 reams Wrapping Paper;
25 boxes Soap; 100 2 to 5 gallon Demijohns;
20 do Starch; 60 doz Painted Backets;
50 dozen Pickles; 10 bbls Copperas.
60 kegs Shot and Lead;
By SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO,
je22 w b Corner Market and Church Streets.
800 bbU Rectified Whiskey ;20 do Holland Oin;
SO bbls Old Reserve do 50 do Malaga Wine;
50 do Monongihela do 100 doz Wolfe's Schiedam
SO do Bourbon do Schnapps;
20 do Peach Brandy; 6 quarter casks Pure Port
12 bbls Robinson co Whisky; Wine;
SO bbls American Brandy: 8 hf pipes Otard Brandy
For sale by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO.,
je22 Corner Market and Church Streets.
&OHGHURST & CO.,
Wholesale and .Retail Confectioners.
NO. 45 UNION STREET.
HAVE on band a very choice assortment of Candies of
all kinds. Cakes. Nuts, Preserves, Pickles, Catsups,
tardines,Brandy Fruits, Me Fruits, Pine Apples, Oranges,
Apples, and every thing of the kind nsually kept In Con
fectionaries. They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Aut, Ciams
and Tobacco, of the very best brands.
Their Bakery is oneof the best in the Wostern country;
and they are prepared to furnish fresh Light Bread and
Crackers of the best quality at the lowest prices.
PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, &c,
Furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cakes,
Confoctionanes, Ac, Ac, in the highest style oi the art
Mr. Longhurst, who has charge of the Manufacturing
Department, has received several Diplomas in New York,
for the best articles in his line, exhibited at State Fairs,
and is' oneof the most skillful Confectioners in the coun-
n. b. morris. w. b. Matthews
MORRIS & MATTHEWS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, BACON. LARD, FEATHERS
Nos. 13 and 15 Market Street, Nashville,
SELF-VENTILATING R E FRIGE K ATOItS I
FRUIT PRESERVERS I
.1. JL&OYIiE & CO.,
NO. 43 FRONT STREET.
HAVING beccme Proprietors rftbe Patent for this
StatA f sliMliinT.Ev2 ppi.PiiD TPn an v Tt-r
ULATING, MEVT, PROVISION, AND FRUIT PRE
SERVER, now offer them to the Nashville oub.ic
Thisarticleis bound to supercede everything of the kind
in use. itsgreUsdvantagesbeinar too strongly apparent to
be doubted. By means of the veutilation, the preserving
buttuiwr m nurrauieu wj uc uiwayH orr ana vuureiy iree
rum uiuuiu, must or impure uavor, witn a current oi coia
dry air passirg throngh it continually all accomplished
hiiu lucusuaiuuuauiy Ul ICO.
Every house Keeper should give this article a trial, and
no nne win consent to oe witnout it.
We have differentsizes to suit our customers.
aplO tf J DOYLE A CO.
s. s. norLr,
rati) XT GOCLE.
FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES,
BONDED WAREHOUSE, No 4, ComriEcuL 8tsist.
Distillers ot Alcohol Cologne and Neutral Spirits, and
all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Also dealers
in urn uouroorn, nye ana Monouganela wniskies.
Nos 55, 57 and 59 Second Street,
T 1QUOKS AND WINES IN UNITED
JU STATES BOXDED WAREHOUSE. Through our
Mr S S Boyle, of N. York city, we have made extensive ar
rangements lortne toe importation ot roreiga uquors and
Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which
we invite the attention of the trade. Our facilities ore such
as to enable us to sell at low prices. BO i LE A CO.,
t ir2'J - ly Nos 55, 57 and 59 Second St., Cin., O,
A. Kerr &.Co.,
STORE NO. 21 CEDAR STREET
DIRECT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL
HAVANA Segars, Virgin:a Chewine and Smoking To,
bacco, French Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin.
Wines. Cordials. Fruits. Ac july!7
R. 0 'KAN E
PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
South-East corner of Church and College Streets.
Cash for all kinds of
Pro due e.
HEAT. RYE, BACON, FEATHERS, BEESWAX,
yvuuih &c, c, oy K. urvAWrJ.
janS'56 8. E. Corner College and Church Bts.
ON E IIUNDIfcED TONS PITTSBURG IRON, welt
assorted, now in store and for sale low for cash br
BBLS received and for sale low by
janl R. O'KANE.
tlDLR VINEGAR exprersly for family use. For sale
j Dy, jans bts 14. u txAnt.
Founds Well Dried
WANTEB FOR CAMI, 1 11 MEDIA 7 jEX 1" by
maris tf R. O'KANE.
London Lady Potatoes.
-i AA BUSHELS received and for sale by
lUDnplO R. O'KANE.
A GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitable for
XI. Jieaicai purposes, ior sale Dy
apl R O.KANE.
LATEST STYLES FANCY GOODS.
TTTE HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
V v NEW STYLES,
FANCY FRENCH CASS1MERES,
FANCY PLUSH VELVbT. AND
RICH SILK VESTINGS, FOR
FALL AND AV1NTER WEAR,
which we are prepared to make up to order in the latest
The inspection of our customers and the public is soli
cited. CLIFTON & ABBOTT,
sepl tC No. 15, CedarstreeL
CITY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT
At the Corner of
SPRING AND MARKET STREETS.
H. iL., COOPER
WOULD tender his services to the citizens of Nash
ville in the above business, and is now prepared
to put up in the most satisfactory mannerShower, Hot and
Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes of all
Hydrants will be put ud and repaired in nnv Dart of the
city promptly and in a workmanlike manner at the lowest
terms ian!6 lv
W DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
M. M1LIUS has this day withdrawn from the part
nership known as the hrm of Milius A Wolt. E.
Wolf is hereby authoiized to settle all the claims of said
N. B E. Wolf will continue the stand known asNichoI's
Corner of Market s rest and the Public Square. He so
licits the continual patronage of hissmany friends. His
stock will be enlarged every day by arrivals ol frssh goods
from the East. ian9 6m
MANNY'S CELEBRATED COMBINED REAPEER AND
MOWER, WITH WOODS IMPROVEMENT.
FIRST GRAND SILVER MEDAL
For the best Reaper and Mower at the Paris World's
Fair xmrjttion, isaa, awarded to John u
Manny, and the Machine
Pnrchased ty Prince Nanoleon !
TH AVE on hand and tor sale tne above Machines. They
rereired the premiums at the State Fairs in New York.
New Jersey, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut!,
Kentucky, and at Gallatin and Nashville in this State, and
have given universal satisfaction throughout Middle Tenn.
where some fifteen of them have been used in the last two
years. Price $160 delivered in Nashville.
jama u p. r. unnai ham.
SUGAR. 86 hhds fair to choice Louisiana Sugar;
50 bbls double refined Crushed Sugar.
in store and for sale by W UUOKUOH A CO.
t. a jraai. o. e. auxx.
BURGE & ALLEN,
(-Successors to T. C. Surge & Co.,)
WltolaealB', "'g asd Cemalseion
- And jjealcri in BranHar(Xgarr, Tobacco, &c
CORNER OF- COLLEGE -AND - - SPRING STREETS,
WE arje just in receipt of the following Groceries:
200 hhds prime to choice Sugar;
150 barrels recoiled Molasses;
100 M do do"
200 Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar:
800 bags Rio Coffee;
25 bags Old Gov. Java Coffee;
60 bags Lagnyra e do
75 barrels Mackerel, No& 2 and 3;
50 barrels do do do
75 boxes Scotch Herring;
8 Tierces Figs;
100 boxes Raisins, assorted ;
150 Painted Buckets;
25 Nests Tubs;
150 box Tobacco, assorted brands;
200,000 assorted brands of Cigars;
600 kegs ot Nails;
600 gro. Matches;
85 bags S S Almonds;
25 bags Pepper;
20 bags Spice;
8 casks Dutch Madder;
- 5 Ceroons best Indigo;
25 boxes fine Starch;
56 do barKoap;
100 do Star Candles;
50 do Tallow Candles;
100 do Cheese assorted kinds:
600 barrels Pike and Will&hire Whisky;
SO barrels Robertson county do
100 barrels Rye. Bourbon and Smith Reserve Whiilrr.
With a general Stock of Brandies, Wines, Gin, Ac, to
gether with a supply of Longworth's Native Catawba
Brandy and Sparkling Wine
BURGE A ALLEN.
ju jl viva 7 J&
I1IPCBTXS3 Or AKD DSALXBS IX
Havana Cigars, Tobacco
AXO ALL euros or
Foreign "Wines, Liquors, etc.
No. 10 CEDAR St.,
THE uadersizned are constantly receiving large addi
tions to their already extensive Stock or
HAVANA CIGARS, WINES, LIQUORS. TOBACCO, Ac.
And they are thereby enabled to offer a full and complete
assortment of Goods in their line, and to hold forth such
inducements to dealers as cannot fail to satisfy alL Amongst
our stock we have a splendid assortment of imported Bran
dies, Sherry, Port, Madeira, Whisky, and all other liqnors,
and the best variety of Havana Cigars, Tobaccc, Scull, Ac ,
wehare ever offered. To all of which we respectfully in
vite the inspection of Country dealers and Merchants gen
erally. LYONS A CO.,
ap2S 19 Cedar St.
WE have now on band a large assortment of Bottled
Liquors, con' isting of Old French Brandy, Cherry,
Blackberry, and Ginger Brandy, Madeira, Port, and Sher
ry Wines. Scheidam Schnapps, Aromatic Sap, Mills' Bit
ters. Cordials, dc , Ac, for sale at reduced prices by
LYONS A CO,
ap26 19 Cedar St.
A LARGE variety ot Tobacco in papers, barrels and
Just received a shipment of the celebrated Pocahontas
Tobacco, for sale wholesale and retail by
LYONS A CO,
p25 19 Cedar SL
SUNDRIES. We have amongst our stock a splendid
variety of Fancy Goods, such as Mercbaum Pipes,
Stems, Liqu-ir Flasks, a beautiful and new lot of Walking
Cane, Scotch. Maccaboy and Rappee Snuffj, Cigar Cases,
Snuff Boxes, Patent Lighters, Wax Matches, and a large
assortment of other articles, for sale very low bv
LYONS A CO,
ap2C . 19 Cedar St.
ALL those gentlemen indebted to us for Bar accounts,
will oblige us by settling the same before the 1st day
of June next, or if cot paid by that, time, they will be
placed in the bands of a collector, and we would farther
state that after the above time, we shall positively open no
more Bar accounts, as we must collect'ourold ones nrst.
Walk np gentlemen, and settle.
aprSO LYONS A CO., 19 Cedar st.
Fresh iir rivals
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS.
100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint A K piot Flask
85 bbls Pow'd Loaf Sugar; 200 Demijohns, assorted;
50 bag Lag. Coffee; 225 bags Rio Coffee;
75 bxs A X b" Star Can- 75 bbls Molasses;
dles 75K ' do,
25 bxs Sterine- and Tallow 60 bxs spie'd and fresh Oys-
40 bxs. Langborn A Armis- 10 bxs Ana Rice, very fine;
tead's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco;
75 bxs prime Western Re- 25 bbls No 2 A 3 Mackerel;
serve Cheese; 50 kits;
75 casks English Soda. 200,000 Havana Cigars, va
50 bxs Soap; rious Brands
50 ' Raisins, 60,000 Melee do;
25K " do; 1,000 bags nssorted Shot,
100 kegs pure White Lead; 1,500 lbs Bar Lead;
25 bxs Ink; 150,000 G. D. Per'n Caps;
20 bags Ginger; 8 cases Indigo;
75 doz. Painted Backets; 10 bbls ISrimstone;
1 cask Madder; 10 bbls Crackers;
7 bbls Alum: 25 bags Pepper;
10 bags Allspice; 60 coils cottou Cord;
100 " Cotton Yarns; 20 Hemp do;
50 bxs 8X10 A 10X12 Glass; 50 bxs gal A gal bottles;
ou oxs quart i lasis;
IRONS AND CASTINGS.
100 tons RoI'd Iron, war'ted; 25 tons ass'd Costings;
80 " Bell's Uam'd Iron, 60 sets assorted Axes:
800 ham'd Plough M'lda; 600 " Wagon Boxes;
4000 lbs. A. B. Steel; 5000 lbs. Cast Steel;
2500 ' E.B. Steel. 190 " Crawley Steel;
1500 " Spring SteeL
10 baskets Champagne Win r,
10 bbls. Old Port Wine;
2 casks Sherry do.
15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine;
2 casks A. Signette Brandy;
1 pipe purer Holland Gin, Eagle brands;
1 puncheen pure Irish Whisky;
800 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brands;
100 " Pike's Monongahela, do;
95 " Smith's Reserve, do;
50 " Monongahela Rye; do;
. 10 Gin;
40 " Brandy;
5 " Old Monongahela Whiskey, very fine;
25 " Ale. SchulU and Walker's brands:
All of the above will be sold very low at our old stand.
r .j i J r...i! e!t . i
ianl2 M'CREA A TERRASS.
JOB 8. SlABT. HXXBT BABT, JB, U. W. ICACOAS, J a
HART, MACRAE CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS A COMMISSION
Nos 7 and 9 South Market street. Nash xille. Tenn
TTTE have just received and have in store a portion of
T T our stocJt, cuusuuiug m part ui lueiouuwiog articles,
is nnas iair to cuaice new izuuooxes arau cm .
Orleans Sugar 10 cases Sherry Wines;
64 boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce, Rice;
100 boxes and bbls Powdr'd 100 nests Market Baskets;
Crushed and Loaf Su- 60 boxet Smokd Hams,
gar; 25 nests 'minted Tubs:
193 bbls Molasses; 100 dozen 'runted Backets;
100XDols do; 600 kegs Nails, ass'd sizes;
200 bags Coffee; 100,000 tine Cigars;
300 packages Mackei ; 100 boxes Tobacco, various
600 bars Salt; brands:
25 crils MannillaRoi ; 25 cans Fresh Core Oysters
25 casks Malaga w in: r, 60 boxes assorted Pickles;
5 casks Sherry Wine: 20 boxes ass'd Pie Fruits:
150 packages M R Raisu j; 5 ceroons best Indigo;
20 trails ii i Almonds; 100 boxes star Candles.
200 assorted Demijohns;
Togetner vntn repper, oplce, twin, in..
jan29 HART MACRAE CO.
JUST RECVIVED AND FOR SALE BY
RUSSELL, SCOTT & CO
400 bags prime Baltimore Coffee;
600 kegs Nails, assorted brands;
150 packages Star Candles;
0 packages Opal Candles;
75 packages Summer Mould Candles;
75 boxes Bar Soap;
100,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands;
50 boxes Tobacco, all grades;
50 packages Tea, very fine;
35 casks Soda;
6 cases Matches;
CO dozen Painted Buckets;
10 nests Painted Tuba;
800 reans Wrapping Paper;
ISO boxes Glassware;
25 bbls Smith's Summer Ale;
100 bbls Rectified Whisky;
50 bbls Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
60 bbls Old Reierved Whisky;
25 bbls Brandy, Gin and Rum; .
20 bbls Port and Malaga Wine,
With all other articles usually kept in oar line of busi-
1tRESIi ARRIVALS We have just received
X? 2 pipes tine Brandy, direct from ihs Custom-hoase
1 cask sopenor sherry n ine;
1 cask pure Holland Gin;
2 bbls Eagle Rye Whisky;
ALSO, fine bottled Ale, for family use;
" - Porter;
CHEWING TOBACCO Andersen's best; Crampton'
do; Peacock's do. E. A A. J ONNARD,
ap26 lm Union at.
Q rt PACKAGES STAR CANDLta;
O I 28 boxes Summer do, hard pressed;
43 do no. isoap;
21 do Family oo, small boxes.
Jnst received and lor sale low. by
ap25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN.
l p BOXES Pie Fruits, Preserves, Brandy Peaches, Cat
D sups, Pepper Sauce and Pickles.
Just received and for sals by
ap25 JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN. .
LIQUuRS, NAILS. Ac.
Q Q BBLS Old Bourbon and Rye Whisky;
OO 26 bbls Old Reserve and Monongahala Whisky;
60 do Wilsmre s Extra Whisky;
47 do Pike's Magnolia do;
84 do Sparke's Pine Apple do;
93 kegs Wheeling Nails.
Jnst received and for sale by
JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN,
ap23 No. 12 Broadway.
BEDSTEADS I BEDSTEADS!
CONSTANTLY on hand and for Sale at McCorahs' Bed
stead ' Manufactory an kinds 6r Cottage and Fancy '
Bedsteads, such ss Cottages' Rouble aad. SWla Mis;
St- Lcmsdo. Plain Cottaze do. Doable and Single Lounges
da", at all prices. "
k i.-sti tjnaa, ibwvu juwu, Aiwimri i muwam, kjuukii
Fancy Tables, Whatnots, Ac
Also, a general assortment of Matrasses, all of which
trill be sold at wholesale and retail as cheap is can be had
in Cincinnati or any other city,
rjf work warranted as represented.
Dealers ia the country will find it greatly to their inters
est to give us a caU.
Tains. Four months for good paper, or 5 per cent off
. Factory cornerof Springand Cherry streets
jjgr- Tjy-g pay the highest market price in CASH for
any nuantitr of Hackcled Shucks.
J. W. MCUUilB-1
. J i ...... .it
THURSTON A BERNARD have remored to No. 16
PubUo'Squarenext door to Calhoun's, where thy
will be happy to show their customers a first rate stock of
Dry Goods, consisting of, Black, Brown, and Blue Broad
Clothsr Black-and Fancy Cassimeres; Ves tings, Gloves,
Hosiery, Cravats, Handkerchief, Ac, Ac
TnURSTON Sc BERNARD,
.No. 10 Public Square.
(Next door to Calhoun's.)
WE now have 'on band a beautiful stock: ef French
ani English- Merinos, Plain Plaid and Ambre
shaded all wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man
chester DeLaines; Plaid, Red, Yellow 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 buyers, as we can give good bargains.
.a 3 ?r - -ok Front, iiear Broad St
TflE-snbscriber respectfully returns his
A thanks to the public for past favors, and so- F
Jm licits a continuance of patronage in tha
iWlsW1 above line, also ""
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING:
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, Me-
tahcl Packings, albit Metal and Castings.
Soda'Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps, and Pomps ot
every description manufactured to order, or repaired at
shori -notice. .
Cash will be paid at all times for old Copper and Brass
jan25-tf B. COLE.
COFAKTN Kits 1 HP.
THE Copartnership of PERKINS, CAMPBELL A CO.
of this city, is this day dissolved by mutual consent,
either of the" copartners having the use of the name ot the
firm in UquidaUon. W. M. PERKINS,
W. B. CAMPBELL,
New Orleans, Dec 6, 1355. SAM'L P. WALKE R
ON retiring from the Commission Business we return
our thanks to our friends and patrons, and cheerfully
recommend our successor and late partner, W. M. Perkins
as altogether worthy of the confidence and patronage.
W. a CAMPBELL,
SAM'L P. WALKER.
THE General Commission Business heretofore conduct
ed by PERKINS. CAMPBELL A CO-, will be con
tinued without interruption, by W.M. Perkins, under the
style of. fdeclS-lyJ PERKINS A CO.
CARRIAGE REPOSITORY AND MANU.
LOWER MARKET STREET,
IS receiving constant additions to his stock of CAR'
Also, manufacturing a superior quality of BUGGIES.
He can sell No. 1. flew orfc mode. Coaches cheaper
than they can be purchased by private parties and deliv
ered here. as 9 tf.
FARE REDUCED TO $12 50
KKOM NASHVILLE TO MEMPHIS.
TTIA Tennessee and Alabama Railroad. Columbia.
V Waynesboro and Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
150 miles railroad, and 165 miles turnpike. Leaves Nash
ville Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at a. nx. Ap
ply at tne uenerai stage umce, opposite tne rest umce.
I HAVE just received from A U Gale A
Co' celebrated manufactory, several
new and splendid rosewood, single and
double round cornered Pianos, oneof them
a semi grand action instrument, and one " Loois
the XIV," a style macb sought for throughout- the Uuiin.
Both of tbd instruments are seven octaves in compass, ot
very superior tone, and elaborately carved and fini'hed.
The public are res pectlully invited to inspect thtm Those
desiring a superb Piano will find it among my assortment.
Pianos from other manufactories also oj hand, and more
expected soon froom Messrs. Chickering. and also' from
Gilbert A Co. J. A M'CfcURE.
ap!7 No. S3. Union Street
alix. k. Wallace. I x. r. wuonsLD
WALLACE & WINGFIELD,
Generol Commission Merehonts,
AND DEALERS IN PRODUCE,
'ax ILL give special attention to the sale of Bacon', Lard,
Y y flour, Tobacco, c, ac.
as r a s r o
C Wallace, Knoxville, Tenn., Toole, Bro.ACo, Mary
ville, Tenn., U T Cox, Louisville, Tenn, J Donaldson,
Union, Tenn, Johnson A Hair, Madisonville,Teen,Brab-
son t Uro, sevier county, lean, fama A Jxmg, Uan
dridge, Tenn . Vaugn A Pickle, Sweet Water, Tenn, H
M Jackson, Athens, Tenn, Poullain, Jennings A Co., Au
gusta, Ga, John Cunnineham. Greensboro, Go, F W.Lu
oa. Athens, Ga, John Wingheld, Madison, Ga., Carhart
Roll", Macon, Ga.. F T Willis, Savannah, Ga. nov7
opposite mi post orncz,
ACTION YOUNG .SuperinUndeot.
The Stage Office is kept at this house.
AHDSSW J. SMITH,
' NO. 45 BROADWAY, ' '
D SALES Lf
TENNESSER IRON. CASTINGS, NAILS, STEEL,
WAGON AXLES, ELTPTIC SPRINGS,
And all other articles in his lice of business, which he of
fers at Wholesale or Retail, low for. Cash, at the. above
stand. feb2 ly
JNO. R. EAKIN, formerly of Nashville, has resumed
the practice of law in the several Law and Equity
Courts of Bedford, Coffee and Franklin counties
Collections will receive prompt attention.
tSf Post Office and residence at Wartrace Dipot, Bed
ford county. apr!2 tf
JM. WILKIN having been admitted to practice in
. all the Courts of Tennessee and New York, and hav
ing permanently located in Nashville, will attend to all
matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted, to him.
Office No .70 Cherry street. novS tf.
j. o. fellows. - w. r. nuxrza
FELLOWES & HUNTER,
(So S9 Cherry Street, ,up Stairs.)
THE undersigned bare formed a partnership in the
above business. We will undertake the collection of
Claims in any part of the United States, act as. Agents in
renting Houses, Collecting Rent, Ac
u e refer to the business men of Nashville generally.
J G FELLOWES,
Nashville. Feb. S, 1855. W K HUNTER.
THE partnership heretofore ezisting between FELTS A
HASLAM is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved,
and Samuel Haslam hereby assumes the pajment of all
debts against said partnership concern, and is to finish all
contracts and collect and have all debts due the said firm
of Haslam A Felts. SAMUEL HASLAM,
N. B. Samuel Haslam will continue the business at the
Walnut Grove Steam Stone Saw Works, and solicits a
share of patronage b feblO y
WALL V A P E It .
IMPOBTXR AND DEALXB IN
WALL PAPER AND PAPER HANGINGS
NO. 26 COLLEGE STREET.
Next Door to Setvance House, Nashville.
KEEPS constantly on hand the latest and most fash
ionable patterns for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms,
Ac A large assortment of cheap Inglazed Paper, Fire
Screens, Window Paper. Teasters, Ac
Pgr" Paper Hanging donein the best manner.
luneSO L. M- GORBEY.
AT a called meeting of the Commissioners appointed
by the Legislature, under an act passed the 28d of
Jan. IS56, incorporating the Nashville Hottl Ccmpany.it
was resolved that Books be opened on Monday, tho il it
Inst, at Berry's Book Store and at the St Cloud Hotel, and
that W.T. Berry and D. T. Scott be authorized tn keen
said Books open and t solicit Stocks until a sufficient
amount is subscribed to organize the Company under the
charter. R. HOUSTON.
It. C. FOSTER,
aprlS tr Commissioners.
MY capital does not allow me to continue the credit
system: necessity farces me to sell for cash and cash
only. Fro'nthis date my farms will be CAS U. Is-all
continue to manufacture a first rate article or Boots and
Shoes, and cell at low prices on the above terms. All
those indebted to me up to this dale, or to the old firsts of
J. W. Hamilton A Co, or Hamilton A Fuller, are requested
to call and make payment without delay, as I shall give
the accounts out for collection in a few days.
apl6-lm B NQ.17S. College st.
GENERAL COMHISSION MERCHANT,
No. 10 FRONT ST., NEW YORK.
Particular attention riven to GRAIN, and aU Southern
XST Refer to R.H.LOWRY, Esq, Cashier Bank or the
Republic N. Y marl8-6m.
. A. HOOKS, S.S. WILUAirs, 1XO. A. TOSSS.
JOHNSON, HORNE & CO.,
WTTnr.TTSAT.T! AND RETAIL GROCERS,
Csmmiuiocand Forwarding Merchants, and S tor irs of
Cotton anu. iODaeco.
rr.tr of Marktt and Sroai ZTaiApMZ.2Vv
BD. BUR! PTmraw.
KEATT rATEcoiKSCIA INAN-
Corner of Bread and Froal tSb n 9
Tv ,1fg 0f aa' eas'entrusted' to him.
It ra vmrinir the nrriM r. . . cu " ""
sion entirely wSsfactory lT,:
charges will be made unless aalilaction k riv
Debts and Notes ef every description; Merehandiie. Om.
certes, all kidds of Machinery and Agricultural Seeds and
Implements, the settlement of accounts and claims and
""" Ksncrniy, awenasa to autmuiiy ana prompt re
HT Information sought and given in every depart
ment of business. Hoping for success .only by a strict at
tention to ray engagement, and looking nther to the
quantity of business done than to txhorbitant charges, I
respectfully solicit a share of pubUe patronage.
.5T Z B Campbell,C WJackson. S T Motley, Bank or
Middle Tenn, at Lebanon; Gov N S Brown, Fall A Cun
ntaghem, Church Anderson,JlcCIure,lJuck A Co, Barge
A Allen, Anderson AlUson A Ca. John S"Brien,Esq, A
J Incan.MeKenzleA Wilson. Nashville; Joseph W Al
IsB,Es(i,New; Orleans: John W3utler, Pittsburgh D
Le-bmV(?nSnH44maid Cooper. Caldwell A Cum
?"Bfcho teS? Msl B Hlis. W" J Spence, Murrrees
?? lP? Col AM iioney, Columbia;
Col J C GuiId, Col J W Head, R Hallum. Erq, Z Baker.
Esq., GallaUw R A W L Alexander. Mai lJ Buiffwd. Col J
H Vaughn, Dixon Springs; Dr AH Edd, J B Hoores, Esq. ,
nfl nlimna tni!Amllr NiMri
WANTED. A good Uarneastiotse in jzehaege for
a Piano. HYe tuneful appear" at
may Corner Broad aad Front streets.
tfcd&Q A DAY AND ROAST BEEF." That
Wool Carder still wanted upon wages by which
he can afford "$2 a day and roast beet" for a small family.
- ivaciii o Airency-
Ail AUiCUOit t uuuial ,
I WILL sell a new Buggy, splendid Harness, modern
style, for 25 percent less than cost, if application U
made issraedlaiely to PICKETTS,
?26 Broad St.
A SMALL WOODEN HOUSE,
ON Market street, College Hill, will be sold at a bargain,
either lor Cash or on long time, at
SEVERAL HO USES In various parts of thaaty
br sale. I make it a rule to offer nothing for sale at
its full value. I invariably offer bargains at a living late
below the market value. Call soon at
SEVERAL small Houks for tenants, at high prices, and
prompt payments, at
TO engage the services ot a good wool carding machinist-
one with a small family preferred, at
OUR OFFICES tor rantover Korr'a, Cedarstnet,
nrst noor. uaii at r ictvOTra.
Fresh Arrival of Sprin
Boots and Shoes.
C. W. ROBERTSON" & CO.,
No. 14 COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE.
WE have now in store a large and well selected stock
of Gentlemen's, Ladies', Misse s, Children's and
Boy's Boots and Shoes, w hich have been manufactured ex
pressly for the retail trade. Our stock is now fail and em
braces all the best styles, which we will sell low for Cash.
We solicit a continuants ot patronage- Old customers
and all who wish a handsome Boot or Shoe, wouH do well
to give us a call and try u on. Thestock.coasistsinpartof
Gent's super Strop Shoes;
Gent's Cloth and Congress Gaiters;
Gent's Patent Oxford Ties;
Gent's Calf Strop Shoes;
Boys Calf Congress Gaiters'
Boys Patent Congress Gaiters;
Youths Patent Congress Gaiters;
1. dies Super Kid Heeled Slippers;
Ladies heeled Congress Gaiters;
Ladies Lasting Creole Gaiters;
Ladies Plain Lasting Gaiters, finer
Ladies Kid Slippers and Kid Bnsiinj;
LadieSoper Kid Walking Shoes,
ladies Wnite Satin Slippers,
Misses and Child reus Gaiters, Kid Boots and Slippers
We also have a full stock- of Sole-leather Travelling
Trunks. Valices, Carpet Bags, Ac.
n. N. SNTDiR.
n. vr. tbizzxu.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE
Snyder & Frizz ell .
ARE now teceiving and opening at No 67 College St.
(next door to R. C. M'Nalry A Co..) a fine and well
selected assortment or Boots and Shoes, manufactured ex
pressly for the retail trade. To which tbey respectfully
invite the attention of their friends, and aU who wish to
purchase goods in their line. Their stock comprises
Ladies' heel Gaiters, very superior;
do do Boots, extra line;
da do Slippers, entirely new;
do Confiress Gaiters;
do White Kid and Satin Slippers;
do do do do Gaiters;
do English Glove Kid Boots;
Gent's Super Calf Sew'd Boots;
do do Petrd Boot;
do Super Patent Leather Opera Boots:
do Patent Leatner Shoes, ofevtry description;
do Congress Gaiters;
do Calf Shoes, great variety;
do Oxford Ties;
And every other description for Ladies and Gentlemen's
ALSO, a complete assortmsntof Misses' Boys and Chil
drens Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
A good stock-of heavy Brogans for Negroes, all of which
ar- offered atjow prir for Cash feb'23
PATENT CHAMPION FIRE and BURGLAR
THE great interest manifested by the public to procure
more perfect security from Fire for valuable pip it,
such as Bonds, Mortgages, Deeds, Notes, and Book of Ac
count, than the ordiaaay SAFES heretofore in use had af
forded, induced the subscribers to devote a Urge portion
of time and attention daring the past fourteen jara in
making improvements and discoveries of this object, and
they now beg leave to assure their numerous friends, and
the public generally, that their efforts have been crowned
with complete success, and now offer the "improved Her
ring's Patent World's Fait Premium Fire Proof Safe." an
the, CHAMPION SAFE OF THE WOULD,
having been awarded Medals at both the World's Fair: Lou
don, 1651, and in New York, 1333, as superiortoall others.
It is new, undoubtedly, entitled to that applause, and se
cured with "Hall's Patent Powder Proof Lock," (which al
so was awarded Medals as above.) forms the most perfect
Fixe and Burglar Proof Safes ever belore offered to the
The Subscribers also manufactures allknds of Boiler
and Chilled Iron Bank Chests and Vaults, Vault Doors and
Money Boxes or Chests, for Brokers, Jewellers, and Pri
vate Families, for Plate Diamonds and other Valuables.
And are also Patentees, (by purchase,; and Manufacturers
of JONES' PATENT PERMUTATION BANK
LOCK. SILAS C HERRING A CO, Patentees,
Green Block, Nos 185. 187 A 133 Water Street, N. Y.
THE undsrsigned bare purchased the Patent right of C.
DOUBLE ACTING BALL VALVE
Force and Iiif t Punip,
For Ihe States of Tennesae, North Carolina, South Carol i
na, Oeorgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana.
We hare tested the Pump in' all its recommended uses for
ordinary purposes in wells, and as fire, engines; and hesi
tate not to say that it it Superior to any pump now in use.
It is simple and plain in ns construction: can be taken ti.
pieces or put togetner by any ordinary man, black or
white, in half a minute. Tbero is not a screw or bolt about
the pump; there is the least imaginable friction hi-nn.lt i
durability. It is almost Impossible for It to get out of fix
Whtn used for a well or cistern it can be converted into
a Fire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can bo
thrown over this tallesthousesinthe country. It is lavaln.
able at a Fire Engine, and especially in the country and
country towns. ,
It is equally well adopted to all machinery. Railroad
Tanks, Ac, and will, when known, supersede all other
pumps, it can oe usea ior eitner cot or cold water.
Having fully satisfied ourselves as to the capacity, valao
and utility ot the pump, we are ready to make sales ofthn
above territory by counties or States (except the Western
Auuichut tuia oiaie. vrnicu oas neen boiu.j vv e conuaent
ly recommend the Pump to the citizens or the States men
tioned. The Pumps are cheap, and therefore within the reach tf
REES W. PORTER,
apr25-tr JOHN S. .BRIRN.
SOUTHERN STRAW CUTTER COMPANY.
THIS Company would announce to the people nf Iba
South, thaWaftsr having carefully artd ' pauenlir ex
amined and ttsted the many different Straw and Feed
Cutters now before the public, tbey have at length decided
upon PARKfcR'S MACHINE as being the best Hand
Straw Cutter of the day, and upon that decision, hare pur
chased the right for a number of the Southern States, and
are prepared honestly to recommend th's machine as the
one best adapted to this country, is it is not in the least
complicated and can bo kept in perfect working orcVrty
the most ordinary field hand. Its capacity for work is
much gresUr than any Cutter ot the iam price ever be
fore offered to the public We will here mention tie points
of its superiority; but would remark that the Machine must
be seen to be appreciated.
1st. Its simplicity. 2d, Its cost as compared with other.
Sd. The ease1 and rapidity with which it p'oin, single knit
can be taken off for grinding. 4th. The construction of it
It such that it must cut, though the knife bs dull. 5th. It
can always be easily kept in working order. Cih. It will
cut faster than any other existing Cutter that can be sold
for the tame money. 7tb. It is the sell-feeder. 8th. Iteao
be IT aged to cat at different lengths.
Various testimonials of different Fairs, and complimen
tary notices ot the press mijtht be brought forward to shov
the estimation in which this machine is held in other
States, but we prefer retting it upon its own merits, and
proving to the people of Tennessee by Its working qualities
what the machine u. WebelieveUmnrethnrr!nrM!.ri.r,r
ed to this country than any machine heretofore introduced.
a uonKutjornianuiacinrtng aad selling these machines
in the States or Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Miesissfppi.
Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, North and South. Carolin.
etc, either by Counties, Townships or State, ia for. sale br
the Company. '
One of the machines can be seen in operation at No 2 1
For further prirticnlars, address J C PAXTON,
General Agent for the Company.
apr29 lm. Box No. 7, NasiyUleVTenn.
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