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CAITSKS or MCKNXSS IX mvr.I.I.IXGS
Dr:E.M. SnovTj licalth officer of Proyi
' Hence, It- T., writes as follows on this subject:
In my opinion the cellars under our
lioufcw arc more often the causes of disease
thai! is generally supposed. In their best
condition, unless thoroughly vcntilatitl
which is rarely the case, they contain
a damp, stagnant atmosphere, winch is more
or low injurious to health.
In many cellars, even of the better class
of houses, through the carelessness of ser
vants, filth is allowed to accumulate, often
containing bones', scraps of vegetables, and
swill, which is very injurious to health. I
am inclined to believe that one of the chief
causes of typhoid fever ainoii the farming
population of New England is' the presence
and decomposition of vegetable matter in
the cellars. It is well known that this dis
ease prcvails'ngcli more severely and more
fatally irt thftountry, where everything
would seem to be conducive to health, than
in cities, where there is usually Ices vege
table matter kept in the cellars.
First of all, then, if we would prevent
cholera and diseases, let every householder
examine his cellar. Ilemorc every particle
of filth, Remove every particle of filth at
once ; provide as much ventilation as pos
sible, and keep it up constantly ; cement the
bottom and walls of cellars ho as to keep out
all water; and in some localities where the
water cannot lie kept out, the only measure
which will insure safety is to fill up the
cellar with clean sand.
Above all, let every cellar be thoroughly
whitewashed with fresh lime before the first
of June. Tills is most important. The
whitewash makes the cellar lighter, and the
lime destroys mould, mildew, and every
variety of fungi, which vegitate in dark,
damn places, some of which arc supposed to
be the specific causes of dincasc.
Kcmcmber, forccllars remove filth, make
them dry, ventilate, and thoroughly white
wash. Do not wait for a notice from the su
perintendent of health, but do it at once.
If not, the notice will be sent, and, so far as
possible, will bo followed by action.
There is r.o more dangerous causp of sick
noM in houses than the odor from cesspools
and drains coming through the pipes in
sinks. Any sink which allows this foul
air to escape is a dangerous nuisance, and
should be abated at once. Fever, cholera
infantum, diarrhaa, cholera morbus, and
Asiatic cholera may all have their exciting
cansc in such sinks.
Many of the sinks in the belter class of
houses arcdangcrousin this respect; but what
shall wc. say of these arrangiucnts in the
cheapest classoftencmenthouscs? In manyof
these houses a square wooden spout leads
from the sink, on the outside of the house,
into n cesspool imperfectly covered. The
wooden spout is seldom water-tight, often
decayed, and the spout, and the house and
ground near it, are saturated with decom
jk. .ing soap-suds and grease. livery time
the sink is used the liquid filth of the cefs
pool is stircd. up, and the death dealing odori
have a free passage through the large spouts
into the house, rnd general)' into the room
occupied by the family. Asiatic cholera
luxuratcs in such houses, and a whole host
of other diseases find in them their appro
priate nourishments and abiding places.
Let every sink, drain and cesspool be cov
ered air-tight, an J let every pipe and spout
for conveying slop water bo made perfectly
water-tight. Then let every sink in these
liouses, and in all houses, be provided with
trap to prevent entirely the escape of foul
air from the pipes into houses.
One-third of our existence, more or less,
is spent in sleeping rooms, and yet, as a
general thing, these rooms are the smallest
and most jiooriy ventilated of any in our
hoiues. A large class of our population
live in !oarding houses, and many in pri
vate dwellings spend their night in rooms
with not more titan one-half or two-thirds
the cubic feet of space that are allowed to the
inmates of our prisons and with none of
the ventilation which is considered essen
tial to all well-constructed prisons. The ef
fects upon health arc evil, and that contin
ually. In some of the streets in this mid other
cities, in the warm still mornings ofsumnier,
as the windows of the crowded houses are
oponcd, the whole almosphdrc is perceptibly
impregnated with the impure air which is
sues forth from the sleeping rooms of the in
habitants. The paper covering the walls of sleeping
rooms isoften ascrious nuisance. Itis porous,
absorbing, and retaining impurities from
tho air; the paste used becomes moist and
undergoes a fermentation, producing mould,
mildew, and poisonous fungi, which, as the
paper becomes old and broken, scud forth
emanations producing fevers and other dis
eases. This evil is increased tenfold, and
made tenfold more dangerous, when sleeping
rooms aro occupied Jiy sick persons. Kooins
in which there have been cases of sickness,
and particularly of fever, should never be
used until the walls have been thoroughly
cleaned and thoroughly witewashed with
fresh slackeJl lime.
It were better if our sleeping rooms had
no paper on tho walls and much less furni
ture in them, ami if the walls were frequent
ly washed or whitewashed. With special
reference to the prevention of cholera, sleep
ing rooms unoum never oe on me lower
floorof our houses. The lKiisou which cause
cholera, like all malarious poisons, is low
ana groveling. Jt keeps near the ground
and particularly m the damp air of the r.icli
it often creeps into the lower rooms of a
house and into basements, when it tloes not
rcacli into tho muter rooms. Avoid, then
sleeping on the lower floors of houses when
Sleeping rooms arc generally opened to
air jit day time for a short period; but not
mifliciently. They rhould be freely exposed
for longer periods to the air and to the sun-
iieui. so as 10 remove inc moisture wiiicn
collect on tho wall in the nieht, and to do
stroy and prevent the formation of mould and
I'or sleeninc rooms : ventilate, ventilate,
ventilate; permit no filthy paper and paste
on the walls; whitewash frequently, and give
them the benefit of free air and sunlight in
tlic day time, as much as possible.
In every portion of our dwellings there is
dclective ventilation, and a tree and con
stant change of tho atmosphere is too often
unknown. Sunlight is practically banished
trout too many or our liouses by curtains,
and blinds, anil shutters, and shade-trees.
and instead of iU life-giving presence we
have a damp, dark, mould-producing at
mosphere, at alt times injurious to health,
ami in nine 01 an epidemic especially nan
cerous. Ju houses and rooms ivtncli are
kept closed and dark during the sultry heat
of summer microscopic vegetable fungi are
produced in large quantities, which, it is
believed, are ollen the cause ol serious dis
eases. Our advice is, then, eenerallv, to banish
shade-trees from the immediate vicinity of
houses, open the blinds and windows, let in
the sunlight and the air, .ind obtain at all
events a constant change of atmosphere in
the house. For the prevention ot disease,
and especially to prevent the cholera, this is
of the utmost imHtrtauce.
When cholera is present, and the atmos
phere is hot and damp, as it usually is at
such times, a most important measure is to
build fires, particularly at nigjit, in differ
ent part of th house, and if possible in
The dryness of the rooms and the circula
tion of the air thus produced are, in my
opinion, of the utmost value in preventing
cholera and other diseases. Whether th:
cholera is pronent or not, there arc times
evcrv summer in our climate when this
woufd be of great benefit.
Ajj Extraordinary CiiiRooRAriucAi.
Fiut. A few days ago wc saw a specimen
of ornamental penmanship so curious and
elaborate as to lie worthy of notice. On a
card some twelve by fifteen inches in dimen
sions, and neatly framed, were the following
Hon. Solomon Foot,
United States Senator,
on the Death of
Han. Jacob Collaiucr.
Iatc a Senator of the U. S. from the
State of Vermont,
Eighteen Hundred and Sixty-five.
Looking from a distance one sees simply a
fine specimen of ornamental penmanship;
but on closer imqtcction itis found that each
letter of each word is made out of other
words, of which the letters are almost micro
scopically small, and u minute examination
reveals the fact that tho address, of which at
first only the title was visible, is written out
in full in a clear and legible hand. This
chef f autre of penmanslmt is the work of
Mr. David Davidson, of New York, who
must be possessed of an amount of patience
only equalled by his skill in the use of the
ten. The wore is an excellent memento of
the late Senator. Wathington Qiranide,
IXNUKAXCI. COJIPASY, P. P.
Pock. Acrcnt. No. 31 Collece direct.
A-MM.IISO.V. JOHNSON A SMITH, Ileal
EstatcAirenUrovcr Berry' BookStore, Col
t I.S .VOUTII.IIAN I III-
Aecntof Wheelers x Wilton's ik-witnr Ma-
clnnes, No. "j" ColleRc i-trect.
B'ltlKX A THAXTX7" Cntniuitfinn Mer
chants wrncrnf College and Church street.
V CO., Dealers in
I inner , i lumbers lias-litters and Ooppcr-
and Material. No.
Blto WX, J. t- A K. XV., Keal Ertato Aircnt,
3&A I'nton street.
BAXK. FIRST XATIOXAI A. 0. SanforJ,
President. Ju. 0. Ogdon. Cashier.
BANK. SIXO.VII XATIOXAIUnlleeest.,
near I'nion, Jno. Lumsden, President, W. J.
Thoiua. Cashier. .
1A.Mt."MilKr"XAT10XAIV. VT. Berry.
) l'rcfidcut. Edcar Jonee, Ca'hier.
1j.KO.VX. SI rili:itI.VM A CO.. Man
) iifa.-turrrsf Door?, Sathc!, lSlin . Ac, cor.
of Hine.. and Ewjng ctrceis.
".OltlliriT A ItOYII. Steamboat ArcnL,
V fitorac, Porwardinc arid Commurkion Jfcr
chanl.. No. 21 Front tt. upper wharf.
CO k.Vi:i.I I'S, W. IL, A CO.. Puneral Un
dertaker?, No. -19 Church street.
etOI.VAK,A. N., Lawyer, Colonaile Buildinp.
i Cherry ttrect. llooin No. 'Si.
"IIIIMTILAJI, R. it. fc CO., Wholesale
(Jroccrxand Dealers In lino Brandicf, inc.
Domcitie Liquors, Tobacco, Clears. Ac, cornerof
Colletre and Church ftrect.
(aii.i:mi:k a ;.uitirrr, Keal itato
J AKcmts, No.
41 Cherry street.
(OI.KMA.Y. I.. I
J'liysician and Surscon,
tt MorthClicrry street.
I i:to.v, Jtiu j.
C. Ollicc. No. )M North
OXi:i.SX, SAMUi:i., Attorney at Law,
1 No. C')' Cherry ttrect. up stairs.
f FXI.AI V- CHII.DRUSS, Attorneys at
1 have. No. C2 North Cherry strc ot.
1."ilVIX. O. A C., Dealer in Hardware.
j South Side of tho Public Square, at tho olil
f .1VAXN7l"ITi:" CO., Wholesale Dealers in
Ij Poreicu and American Dry Qoodt, Varieties,
HooU, ShoM, IfaU and Kcady-madc Clothing,
No. 4 Inn Block.
T.tljRMAX, I'., Wholesale Dry Hoods, No,4H
Jj Public Square.
T?AI.IM '. Y. A 1IUO.. Iinlic
1 crsin Hardware, Cutlery, (luns, Pistols, etc..
No. CI Public Square.
UUKTA- CO., Buildinc .Material of all kinds.
C College street.
HFTCIIISOX, ii:o.. DcaleHn Wall Paper
Paints. Colors. A'c Church street.
I 1 A.tlll.TO.V V I'.VM.J1IA3I, Dealers
J 1, in Hardware, Leather llultinir. Boltiui;
Cloth. &C, No. 18 North Col lege street.
I I AUUISOX A SoXsVsteamboat Auonts on
1 1 tho Levee.
To 1 1 .so.v vi m.i: ncu in com I'AX y,
) Ollicc comer of Church and Sumuior (tracts.,
opposite St. Cloud Hotel.
K IRKIMTKICK, XKVIXS fc KKITII,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors and (Jcncral
Commission Merchants. No. aSouth College st.
J aki: iiixJsrox ici: ctini'AXY, or
j ficc No. 5 North College street.
IUCTK, W. II.l-'0.. Auctioneers and Coiu
j mission Merchants, Nos. -" and iJ4 College
street, opposite Scwanou Hotel.
Mc;il.l.. int., .Mixllcated Vupor Batlf,
Union street, over York's Book Store.
OKTOX, JAK. W., Artificial Leg iUanu
faucturcr. North end .Market House.
MYi:itS"V- IIUXT, Carriage Manufacturers,
72 North Market ttrccU
MO 1 1 JAN, I It It Y, O'MItYAX A CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Hoods, Public
Square, old stand of Irby Morgan Si CO.
MiailUTT V IIII,I., Dealers in Wall Pa
per. No. 47 Churclitrcct.
At'KV, I)ItIVi:it A IIIIOW.V, Dealers
in Hardware, Public bquarc, houtll ol leuar
MAStlt. Til OS. S.. Banker and Dealer in
Hold. Sliver, l iicurreiit Money. Bonds,
Stock-, etc.. cornerof t'nion and College streets.
McCKI:A. IllKJll. A CO., Cotton and To
bacco Factors, Storage, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants. Market street.
Mct'I.L'KirS ML'SICSTbltK, No. Si Union
street. Organs. Pianos and Sheet Mime.
MAI.OM.. JAM US C.. Attorney at" Law",
corner of College and Deaderick strcet,wct
side Public Square, up stairs.
M IrrC.lI.I'i:. ItltOS. V C.. (Icnenil Oil
Dealers and Agents for iho sale of Cotton
Varus and Sheetings, No. 7J Broad street.
MARCH, J. II. V SOX, Manufacturers of
Saddles and Harness and Dealers in Coach
anil Saddlery Ware. No. 11 Union street.
V I. .VSOJI, .llOOIIi: A CO., Ileal Fstato
1 and Advertising Agent", No. 40 West Side of
XT I'.I.SOX A M t!ltriti:i:, Heal KstntoAgcnts,
1 Cherry street, second door tiom Union,
NASIIVII.I.i: CO.lI.lII.ItCIAIi 1XSI'
ItA.M'i: ('OlIl'AXV. Oflico in the build
ing of the Bank of tho I'nion
"VIII.Y, JOIIX, l'ractical Tailor,
orth Cherry street.
1)I-ARCI. X. It., Wholcsulo tlrocer. Commis
sion Merchant and Cotton and Tobacco Fac
tor. 4i South Market it
I)I;i'i:.V MAXIIIK. Wholc-ule and llctail
1 Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Ooods.
No. 51 .Market street.
I'. I., Insurance Agent. No. 31 Col
ROSi:. .1. A. J.. Clothingof all kinds, 11 South
side Public Sqarc.
RI i: V T II OM V S O X , Attorneys, WA
, 'II AnitOimX A CO., Cotton Kuc
and (icncral Couimission Merchants.
1.HITII. W. J. A V. -W., Druggists and
lT Chcmi .to. cornerof Church and Vine srects.
i IIIi:i.lN. i:o. A CO., Auctioneers, No.
H 27 College street.
U'I'i:Vi:.S. S. II.. Dealer in Wagons.Carts.c,
I 'Franklin Pike, near croSMlig of Nashville .t
(iTUA'ITO.V, I'OI.VflflV".!: CO., Storage
i .Merchants anil Cotton Factors, Nos. D and 11
(jAI.Tr.3l AX. T. 1".. Art (Jallcry, corner of
I'Collcge mid I'nion streets.
riUl-.IMmso.N. It. II., Hat.-, Ciips.Fiirnithing
I (ioiids. A S Cherry street, near Union.
'p.wr.I, ItltOS.. Book
I Book olanufacturers
Lniou and Amcricnui
'I'l.XXt-SSI.i: I.IVIIMOl'H I.VSIIItA.VCi:
1 CO.HIMXY. Ncwsoni, Moore A Co., Agents,
No. 40 West Side Public Square.
mm:..msi:i: am ccMitintLAxn on.
1 AXls .MIXIXJ 'OJII'AXY. Otlico No.
JI I'nion street.
rpi:xNiissi:i:3iAinxi: axi firi: ix-
I srilAXCi. C03I1MXY. Jos. Allen Presi
dent, A. W. Butler, Secretary. No. 31 College M.
UXIOX AXI A3IKRICAX OI-FH'i:,Tn
the Union and American Block, corner of
Cherry and Church street. Couiitiiig-rooin in
basement on Church street.
tixsti:i. J. 31., Wholesale and ltclaiT
) I Dealer in Boots. Shoes and Hats, Gent's Fur
nishing Good. Ac, No. 10 North College street
.yiHTi:3IAX IIROT1II:rS. Paper Warc-
II liuusc. and Dealers in l'nncr Stock. No. .V)
-Sorthcast corner 1'nlilir Square.
WfAI.HFR. W. !.. Agent for Wheeler .t
II ilson (.clcbrated Sewing .Machines, No
li.'-s Aorth Cherry street.
McEOBEETS & BAIN,
.KiHK i'i.Ti tai. iui.i:3ii:xts.
(Inin, (irassaml dorilrn Seetla,
Slorntfo. Ctiniiiilxsloii mill I'ori. urtllnc
NOS. 25 AND 27 SOUTH JIAItKlrTSTUKCT.
And A-rcnts for thegeniiiitc "Walter A. Wood's"
Uoniliine.1 and Single Mil.t- KAIUISG lli;Al'l.K,
ii.txit raki:r am) i'ui.i:
Said to be untornasetl as a Bonne
Also, for the "CAYUGA CIIIKF." oonslrm t.v.1
whiillyof Iron and Steel, with double Driving
t lieel. lllngiMl Mitcer liar, ami l-oliln.g Cutlnig
.apihii'hiu':. ami Is alfu iiiMiiy eoMiuiemleuI. Also
ri:aii:r axi 3iovi.r.
Also, the KIUBYCLIIlKlt.MOWKIl.lli.t,.
cst.oheap.!. strmgnl and bct Single Mower in
the world cimkI on either rough orsmooth ground.
PurcliajieA nm HttuMlr.) 9.. M ,.! ...
thco Machines ami sec testimoniais. All war
rantetl to perform as represented. Agent also for
t.ider Mills. Saw Mills, ami the celebrated Hand
I'm. McltOBKllTS .V BAIN.
3e(l icated Vapor Baths.
I WARRANT A CURE.
SECONDARY OR THE VARIOUS 1C0NSTI
tutloual forms of Syphilis; Debilitated Sys
Ihii.. either br Mercury or Svnbilis: 1. lepra i,ril.
Throat or Mouth; Rod or Copper Coloreil Blotches,
on auy Part of the body: Scaly Eruptions on the
Face, Head or Body; all Diseases of the Skin;
caused by Syphilis or imnuro state of the bltxxl,
ShanLers. Nodes. Swrlletl Tu4is; all paint of the
uones, uy.nireury ana t-yphilis: linlanre-aent of
iheJotnts: Fallini; out of t In, llnir- ltifiu,,-i;.,.,.
Scrofulas and Neuralgias.
The Baths are now roady. at the office and room
oi ur. .uruiiiu, ob union street, over
Book More, Nuunlle. Ten.
T AllGK STORE FOR RENT. Apply at No.
a j 10
North College street.
FPtn. llKXRY A CO., WholcsTaleDcal-
cn in Boot.'. Shoes and lirocans.jo. CU est
Pearl between W alnut and Vino street!.
URXKT HOUSE, Silas F .Miller, Proprie
tor, comerThird and Vine streets.
C1I.KXKAY, W.U. A SOXS. Commission
Merchants, for purchase of Cotton, Oroceries,
Produce, Liquors, and best ISrancU Flour. N. E.
corner of Second and Vino streets.
"I AVIS. .
, J. I..
Wholesale Dealer in Drugs.
Ias and Dvo StuSs. between
1 7 Paints. Oils. (Jlasi and
Ilaceand Vine streets.
1XVmiiAXKS, MOILSi: A CO., Manufac
1 turcrs and Dealers in Fairbanks' Standard
Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac, No. 123 '
GI.EXX. WJI. A SOXS, Wholesale Omcers.
70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl
HANKS A I'ORTKR, Wholesale J racers
and General Commission Men bants, No. 45
Vine, between Front and Columbia streets.
HI-3IIXGRAY, UROTIIF.RS A CO.,
Manufacturers of Gla.J, Coal Oil Lamps
Fruit Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, No. 30 Fast,
LVn.l J. I, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
in Hats. Caps aud Straw Goods, 23 West Fourth,
betjr'een M ain and Walnut stree's.
IJItUUH A LOW IIS, Importers and Jobbers
. in Foreign and Donicstic Dry Goods and No
tion', No. 131 ltaco street, between Third and
Fourth, in Klsas' Block.
RKAII, 3IORUAX A CO., Wholesale Deal
ers in Hoot, and Shoes, No. 138 Kace street,
between Third and Fourth, in Elsas' Block.
Dealer in Cigars. Li-
i. nuors and Tobacco,
No. 24 Public Landing.
corner of Sypamoro street.
6ii:nci:r hovhv.,1,. a. Pbatt, Proprietor,
n Johnson. Clerk, cor, of Front and Broadway.
riMX(JI,i:. J. 1. A CO., Wholesale and He
l. tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Valine.-,
Railroad Bags, Ladies' Satchels, etc., No.
U 6 West Fourth street.
HUI03IAS A CO., Commission and Forwar'l
1. ing Merchants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc,,
No. 40 Vino street.
WYXXi:, JOIIX A CO., Wholesale Dealers
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. b'J
Pearl, between Vine and Kace.
ASSOX, TAI.RUrr A X'AK, Cotton
Factors, General Commission Merchants and
Dealers in Groceries. No. 30 Vino street.
WATSOX A IIKRO, Wholesale Clothiers, No.
130 Ilacc street, between Third and Fourth,
In KUns' jllock.
( 1AXXOX A IIYCKS, AVholcsalo Dealers in
J Bonnets, Ilibbons, and Millinery Goods, ll'l
Mai n street, between 5th and Cth. North side.
C lilA.1Il!i:RS, IIKXRY A CO., Wholesale
Druggists' Main street, between Cth and 7th,
nearly oppotite Louisville Hotel.
ir vale iin-cm:i a co.,
Cloths. Hugs, M
lugs, .V.C., hi
4th. between Market and Main streets.
TI.I.IO'IT, A CO,, Wholesale Grocers an
Sli CommUion Jlorchnnts, and Cotton and Pro
duco Htorage, No. 2ul Maiu street, between 7t
. w., , jiuiusuii wruccr. .
4 lin...l E.MT
VJT Jlnln strcot.
11. A. bhapard'With this house
rjO.JAX A IIL'Ti:iI.. Wholesale and lletail
XX -Miinulacturcr.-S ol Vi lgs. ilraids. Curls, ami
other kind ol hair work. Ac, So 4th, between Mai
and .Market Btreets.
OUI.NVI I.I.I. IIOTKI.. M. Kcan & Co.
proprietor, Main Strain, nearly contrally
or stoamboats and all trains.
1)()(1KHS, A, . A SOX, House Furnishing
I V Liiiporiuin, llefrigerniors, filters, Ac, has
Side 4th street, near Main.
ROHIXSOX, J. .11. A CO,, Wholcsala Deal
ers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No
lions, etp No, 185 We.t Main street, between
ami lit li.
(JI.KVI.V, T. A R. 1. A 'AIX, Importers
V i and U liolesnla Dealer? m roreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods. No. 217 (old No. 000) JIain street,
ncarlyoiiposilo l.ouisviue Hotel.
rpitll'I', I.OUIS, Wholesaleand llctail Dealer
I in Piano fortes. Organs, .Mclodeons, iMusic,
Ac., Kim. . vi anil viuellerson st.
TXTI I.SOX. I'iri'ICIt A CO.. Wholesale Drutr
VV gists and Importers of Foreign Drugs and
Chemicals. Paints. Oils. Window Glass, and Glass
ware. Ac. and Proprietors of Louisville Chemical
Works, and sell the great Saponificr. Corner of
Main and 51 li streets.
DKIl, I'.n. A CO., Wholesale Druggists
d Dealers in tobaccos. Clears. Dvestutls.
Perfumer? and Glassware: North Side of Main
street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel.
0. E WING & CO,
S. Side Public Square
IVA SUV fl.r.K, TEXXF.SSI.E.
TV. ARE ARK AW RKCEIVIXG AND
1 1 opening n large and Coinpletu Stock ol
A3II'.RI(!AX AM) FORF.KIX
Consiting in part of
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Trfols,
Farmers and Shoemakers' Tooln,
Horsoaiid MuloShoes. Nails,
Files, Saws, Axes, Plows
Collsrs, Hames, Wagon and Plow Chains,
Lockr, Hinges. Screws, Tacks. Brads, etc,
Cutlery, Brushes, Scthes and Cradles,
Siftcrs.lliddles.Shovels, and Spades,
Square, Spoon", Steel Whips,
OF A 1,1. KINDS.
Honso Furnishing Goods,
inc. ETC.. ETC.
Which we will sell on tho most liberal trmis. at
WIIOTES.lT.I- OR RETAII..
Give us a call and sec for yourscl . cs.
0. Ewing & Co.,
Old Xicliol Staml.
00 a 'l lOr.
lias pcnnancntly located at
1S-XOKTII ClIKIUtr STRKI7T. .
He has Jut roetivcj from New Vcrk one of thn
, owinrc nl? ennno , .
nwt STOCKS OF GOODS ever brought to lb. i,
1T.R.COKXKUC3. J.J. S. HOOK. i.II. E0BISS0S.
W. E. Cornelius & CO.,
AT THE OLD STAND
X. 11) BIBJ1U SI KTKEET,
HAVE ON HAND A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL
I T A. LIC
CASES S CASKETS,
ami Velvet Collins
ALL KINDS OF
HEARSES .ind CARRIAGES In th
(Sood, attcntivo asistants,
cessary, as heretofore.
ind cverythinK ne
We also attend to the removal of Bodies to and
from other points at reasonable rates, and tu th
satuftiction uf n.rtics emnlovinir us.
Wc keen also on hand acoousuonly of UNDER-
TAKERS' MATERIAL, which we will furnish to
Undertakers when desired at reasonable rates.
.Siiccevsorx to I'util I". Tavel
It II T. E It S ,
Blank Book itl milact urcrs
"WfOULD rcpectfully annojnec to the public,
II and especially to the otucers f Counties,
Courts, Railroiuls, Banks, Insurance Companies,
Ac, that they are prepared to make, on snort no
tice, Hint Q till' hctt mutcriuis, ul uinas oi
Of nnv sire nr slmiic. lluledtoanv naitertl desired
We keep constantly on hand a '"so ftsprtuicnt ol
BLANK I'Al'Elofthc.tcst make, and are daily
incrvaMiir our laciliuo.-' i"
In Uiro or KiiihII liiiuillt les.
llavine a lonft ciperience in uiakini; Kooks for
uiuerent Courts in tue elate, we nave patterns nir
many of the Dockets and other Books generally
Wc aro also prepared to Bind all kinds of
HOOK?., .MAUAZIXES, MUSIC, Ac,
In tho best styles, and on'short notice.
(Union & American Mock,)
Cherry Street, Up S.airn,
NEW YORK CARDS
J. C. COMtOY
Xo. 05 Fulton Stropl,
HJVE ON HAND, At.I. KINDS OF
SKINKS, FYKES, EEL NETS
NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DI.MEN
SI0NS, BY THE FATII0JI.
Orders taken to any extent .and at moderate
S. Hirschhorn & Co,.
Cigars and Leaf Tobacco
XO. 140 TEA It L STltlCET,
I0(t WAT Kit NTKKF.T,
Near Wall street.
JN O A' X O V
PETTUS & CO.,
DAVIS CQLL&MORE & CO.,
470 IlrotuI .vay, IVcw York,
(FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET, )
Alti: XOW OFKXI.N'U
(loods bn unlit by Mr. Davis Collaiuore durinc his
recent visit to Europe.
tii.VM.it axi tim Kirrs.
FIXB l LASS WAKE
The goods all comtntr in at a
Low Premium on Gold,
And arc offered
A T I o w r It I C E s.
1'. S. China Decorated:
crest or initial.
1 Water Street,
X E W Y It K,
SOLE AOENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA FOR
HE ST. MAKCEAUX A CO,
o i-i vi i3 a. g isr 15.
AND IVroUTFRA OF
It It A X I) I E S, W I.12 S,
AND HAVANA CIOARS.
KITLIII WITr.KHOCSC. J. f.
E. R. rKABL.
IV O. 19 NEW STREET.
IIFV AM) SELL Coin, Exchansc and South
em Bank Notes, and Securities of all kinds.
MAKE COLLECTION'S and Purchase SikU
and Time Drafts, on all accessible points.
mY .STOCKS .VX IJOLI). Solely on Com-
mir.ion, requirin; ample marpin in all case?
ALLOW roCU l'KK CEXT I.VrintKST
on Daily Ralanc.-uhiect to Sight Check.
r ti. r... c....i. ,.
Au.r.iii?iumicmx ui uui -uiiicoi menus
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
For the salo of
PIG I B O MT,
We fill orders for
CORN, i '
And articles generally needed hy the South.
conxKii or fuoxt and iuioadway.
A fR. S. JOHNSON. I'OR TEN YEARS CON-
lil nccted with the Burnet House, is now
with tho "Spencer House." and will be pleased to
see his many old and valued friends throughout
the boutli. mar)-dbm
A. & J. TROUNSTINE & CO.,
Cci sjv, cd wj? Tv,!: 2i sr revv.
Clullis. Cassi in eves,
Ves luH, Trt iniiiiii;.s,aiil
fieiits"' FsiFiiisIiiw joo(1s,
Nos.S7andS9Thirdst,Soutlica5t cor. of Vine,
E ARE OFFEIUNO OREAT INDUCE
MENTS to the Trade in TcmiMsen nnd ntlier
boutlicrn btatcs; and wo invite special attention,
to our ilcpartmcntof Goods, manufactured hy U3,
especially suitca to tnat section ot country.
We in . ito the Trade to give us a call.
J. R. Rriirss,
with this House.
late of Nashville, Tennessee, i
J. 1. IY'1TK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer
and Straiv (oo1s.
2S West Fourth street, bet. Main and Walnut,
Ctfars. Liquors and
No. 2 1 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore,
s- i !-(
, W. WASSOX,
Late ot Cochran, W.-ufou X TalbulL
JWE U. TALBLTT.
-Late of Paris, Ky..
rr tt FAnP.
Late of Na-hTille. Term.
WASSON, TALBUTT& PAGE,
Succc.ors to Cochran. Wat'on x Talbutt,
Manufacturer' Accnt. for the falc of Bacrinr
(Irucrnl (ViiiiuiiHwIon nnd Iro4liir
And Dealers in Flour. Hemp, Grain. pecdi.WooI.
leather?. Pork. Uacon, Lard. Jc.
Alo, Exclusive apenta forthey.ile of J. H. Tal
butt xCa.'t Celolirated Pure Copper Whiskey?,
fmin l'flri, Hourbon Conntv. Kv..
No. 30 VINE ST. CINCINN'ATI.O.
Jas. A. McAllister i Co., Nashville. Tcnne5cc.
HnehMcCrae A Co..
Evani. Fitc x Co., , .
Commercial Bank, Memphis, Tenncjjee.
Taylor. JlrEtfin, Duke x Co.. Memphi!, Tenn.
vnt. j. poRTrn.
NO. 13 VINE STREET.
m est tside. Between rront and Columbia.
COUXKR THIItll AXIS VIXKSTIICKTS,
SILAS IT. MILL11I.
'PRE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES
i i rum i ne u...uau ana rcopies l.ineoiMeam-
crs L,anuinir, ami very near mo j. v. t u. 11. IJ.
ll. U. XA. ii li. . il 11. Depots.
Oiunibuscs leave tho House for all fmin. T.nt3
est, .North and aouttt. manas d3m
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton.Hay and Rag Presses,
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
12i Vain ut street,
G. (!. I'P.Ufill, JOS. R. CKRIIAnT,
JAS. I.OWKS. 8. KOWERSOCK.
(leneral Partners. Special Partners.
P1SUGII A I.OAVES.
Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic
White Goods and Notions,
XO. li HACK STHKI7T,
Between Tbird and Fourth Sts., Elsas New Iilock.
JOHN v. WATSON.
JOS. I.. I'.KRC.
WATSON k BERG,
Xo. 13G lluce Street, Cincinnati, 0.
-r W. HINKLE. FORMERLY OF NASH-
T. ville and Louisville, is with the above
Iiohsp, and will be pleased to see and wait on his
lricmls and acquaintance?.
H. K. UK in.
MORGAN, READ k CO.,
HEAD, MOKGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
138 Race St., bet. 3d & 4th,
T. A. THOMAS,
R. V. THOMAS,
R. D. M CAULKY.
Lale nf ( tarkn-
THOMAS & CO.
C ) m I S S I O AT
XO. 11) VIIYJB STREET,
Xo. 1 Mnmiltoir.s Kuilriiiig.
Corner Sixth and Main streets.
Consiimmcnts of Cotton, Tobacco and other
J rod uce &HtcUed.
By We make the Purchasine of all articles of
Merchandise a speciality.
REFER IN NASHVILLE. TENN..TO
Thompson Anderson, Berry .t Demovillc,
A. Hamilton. Hueli McCrea.
G. W. Fall & Bros. JIacey. Driver .t Brown.
r. a. CLENEAV.
GEO. 11. WE1DI.ER,
.1. P. CLENEAV,
WI. CLENEAY & SONS,
COMMISSION M EKCIIAXTS,
For the purchase and sale of Cotton, Tohaeco,
ilour, (.ram. i'urK, llacon, l.aru, llemp.
Whisky, (Irass Seeds, and all kinds of Pro
duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon
V. A1. 0rner vf Second anil Vine Strctt,
Aeents for "Sunnv Side." "Broad Onairc.'
'l.cirai Tender." "Home Comfort." "Anderson's
Choice," and Magnolia Mills AAA family Hours.
O-S Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
A. X. SACKI.T,
a. v. rcoii.
(Successors to Wynne, Jones .t Co.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic
TrTiV: r"? (2CJDCD12L)S3.
No. 89 Pearl street, between Vine and Race,
J. F. DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Driers. I'aiiits, Oils,
Window Glass, Putty and Dyestufis,
J let tee en J7ne and Race Street,
ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE E0UTH
ern Trade, and promptly attended to.
70 and 72 Vine jt bet. Second nad Pearl it...
I. AW XOTICE.
A. S, COLYAR,
Of lViiichcs(cr. Tcnn.
HAS OPENED AN OFFICE IN NA SIIVILLE,
on Cherry itrect. Coloiiimde Itulldiiic.
.uui -u, .ucic uchiii conrtantiy be loiind, un
less aUent at ome Court. Hebaj a.'.ociatl wilb
n'rayJionci . o.jiariu at M Inclic. ter, Mr. Ja.
V . Newman at tayetteTille. .Mr. Jwnej Kitipat
nck at .Mcilinnville. axd ilr.Stone a ilanehwler.
Mr. Col-ar expect, tu Attend the Cuurtj at there
place., and will at hi. office, receive and transmit
(..aims tor coueciion, trlvinx aMurao.e mat thtj
will be promptly attended to. end he will faith
full attend to jueb busincM aj may beintrustef
to him in Nashville. JanlU. -Cm
THKONTINO ON CHDKCH STKEKT. rN"THE
-Vi Ux-'?if XD AR1C1K -"lock, a Boom adtnir-
,,,.,.o,,., uuiccur small neuu iuinei
Apply at the Couutms Boom or tho L'sios aid
SS2a Gcssii2i c2s CZ3C2J
I'll o riiiiJTOits,
JtSy Tltis IlotiiC Ikw" been rofurinsliiHl
The Oldest Stand in the West !
D. P. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
..77.!, Sculps, lmids and Carls, and all other
kinds of Hair Work,
And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, tc,
S3 Fourth st. between Main and Market,
Mannerof takinsMeasureof a Wipbyany person:
1. Kourul tlic Head inaMinesu
!. From Earto Ear - 0 0
3. Temple to Temple 0 0
J. From Forehead to Nape 0 0
5. From Temple to Tumple 0 0
P I AJN" OS. "
LODI s t it i r i,
(Late Tripp .t Cracir.)
Wholesale and lletail Dealer
IN THE BEST
Mason .t Hamlins'
Geo. A. Princo !c Co.'s
Sheet Music: Instruction Cooks; best Italian
Strings; and all kinds of Musical Merchandise.
Catalogues of Pianos, Cabinet Organs, etc.. sent
Nos. 02 anil Ot .TciTurcou Nlrccl,
rnar31 xltri-wiw Zm
T. SLEVIN. It. D. SLKVIN. T. P. CAIN.
T. & E. D. Slevin & Cain,
who i.i'.kai.k i i: A 1. 1: n s ix
FOREIGN' AND DOMESTIC
217 old Ko. 600
nearly opposito Louisville Hotel.
Spcncc, of Tennessee, is with this
ED. WILDER & CO.,
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS,
3P jp ? a 2C1 C 52 5J
yr' Avr. ni:.tiovi:i)T orn xmv
And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
IVordi Side of Main s.reet,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL.
ONE DOOR HELOW THE CORNElt OF SIXTH,
Where wo have opened an entirely new stock of
tioods, and willofl'cr to the trade. tOKelhcr with
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one nouse in tins country. All of winch we
shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu
facturers' prices. maral dly
C. It. OARDNEK.
GARDNER & CO,
525 UfAIX STREET,
R. A. Shnpard, late of ShclbyTillc, Tennessee,
in ith this linn and will take nlcasuro in waitinz
on ins oiu incnus. marau am.
THOS. E. WILSON. ARTHUR PETER.
W. II. PILLINGHAU.
ESTART.ISIIED IX 1817.
AILSON, PETER & CO.,
.Successors to Wilson, Starbird fc Smith.)
AND IMPORTIiRS OF
And Dealers in Paint, Oil?. Window (!la
and Glass Ware, Tobacco, SnufT,
CO USUI OF MA IX A XI) FIFTH STHIJKTS.
Proprietors of Iho LnuinvilleChetnical Work?.
-mw a -wr , nk-Tv. ..... ., .
IA..aIi XrBJJIt. Ul.i. MA1'
BY SAVING AND USING YOUR
TUY ONE BOX OK THE PENNSYT.VX VTA
X) ?alt .Mnnuficturini. Comuanv'n KaiMiTilfiiT nr
Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pound of
eieeiicn. naruMiap. or r (raiioni or tbe very bet
noit snap, lor aiou..ccni?. Direction, on each
Ihix. Jror ?ale at all ilruir and Urrvrv N!nr..
Aim in 1UL9 a. wuuitvait. ot
i : ,.. , i..., i i '
WILSON. PETER A CO.,
j. u tier.
i. C. THOMrSOX.
RICE & THOMPSON,
Haviniraivoeiated themtelrcs in the
Pi'actice of the Law,
Will attend to all biuine. cntrunted to them.
Ollicc, 3l,x I11I011 Street Up.Ktnlm,
ADIiniXS, I. O. BOX 112,
a. r x o 1- 11 c y at I.
wi uo, nir,,ltY tTltl'l-r
Prwnpl Attention Given Ui GJlceiums.
Caru hen & Cb-.per. NuihTille. Tennemee.
(luild, Smith k Owld, Najhrine. Tennee.
Hon. Balie Peyton. N'.ihville.TenneMee.
Hon. J. B.W hite. Niuhville. i'enneMee.
1 illman. Brother x Hons, Nash yille. Tenneuee.
Hon. .M. L. Oallaway, JlemphU, Tenneaee.
B. P. CAR8XES.
J. M. ROBINSON & CO.,
WIIOLHSALE DKALEHS IN
coiti:i;x axi no3iisnc iiky i.oons
No.lS West MkIu Street. bcU Fifth and Sixth,
OUR STOCK KMBRACKS A FULL LIS'K
of Maple Dry (inmlH, and wciwrtieularly
invito the trade to eur complete assortment of
1 K E S S GOOD S,
Consisting in part of
BLACK AND FANCY SILKS;
POPLINS: GRENADINES, BKRAdES;
TISSUES: LENO CLOTHS;
''Also, a full Line of
IV 11 I T E GOOD S,
j. nr. itonixsox a o..
IS. Main st. between 5th and Cth streets.
A. G. ROGERS & SON.,
77 East Side 4th St., ncarMain Louisville. Ky.
Amcirican Patent Ice Chests and Refrigerators.
Also, common lco Chests and Laser Beer Coolers;
Water Filters and Coolers; Ice Cream Frceiers:
Torrey's celebrated Three Minuo Freezer, all
sizes, from one quart to twenty miarts. Also, a
ccneral assortment of housekeeper s articles: to all
of which your attention is respectfully called at
Kogcrs House r urnislnnc l-.tuponum, , , fcast culo
Ith st.. near Main, Louisville. Ky. Imar30 3in
CLAUDIUS DUVALI. CIIAS. KKTClll'Jl.
A. A. QCARriER.
DUVALL, KETCHUM & CO.,
Wliolcsalo and Retail Dealers in
Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths,
Rubs, Mats, Fino Curtain Materials and Trim
mines; Window Shadesi and Fixtures; House and
Steamboat Furnishing (loods,
SI Fourth st., hot. Market imil Main,
The stock cinanrisinc in part of
Royal elvet Carpets,
English Brussels Carpets,
English Tapestry Carpet.
American Tapestry Carpels.
, ... Brussels Stair CarpcU.
All Wool Ingrain Carpets.
Hemp and Cottago Carpels.
Hall and Stair Venitian Carpets and Stair Rods.
All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to suit the shape
of halls and rooms.
Having an cntiro new stock we offer every in
ducement to purchasers in the style, quality-and
price of our goods. We ask an examination ut
our varied assortment, which wo offer at the low
Carpets warranted ns represented.
To dealers we offer unusual inducements in pri
ces of all grades Carpeting, Oil-CIaths, Jte.
Yi o are prepared to have Carpets and Curtains
made up at short notice.
Orders solicited, which shall reccivo our best
and prompt attention.
DUVALL, KETCHUM Sr CO.
No. 81 Sourth St.. bet. Main and Market.
a. C. CATCK.
T. L. BEARD.
CAYCE, BEARD & CO.,
1CEAT, ESTATE ISKOKEICS,
No. 37 South Court Street.
AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
3r- Special attention paid to the sale of Mer
ciiuraiise. oiock. jcj. -(.a
JOHN T. SHIRLEY & CO,
1 orvra r li ii g Mcr eh : n I H,
Corner of iront and Jefferson Streets, Memphis
JOHN S. TOOF. C. J. MILL, PJ. W. Y. CIltODE.
TOOF, PHUrLIPS & 0IE0DE,
luiuutaaiit. xl ltr.lAll.
Grocers, Cotton Factors
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Ilont StorrN.'WIncM. Liquors, Tolinrro
CORNER OF COURT AND FRONT STREETS,
y. V. BOTSTER. J.P.TREZKVANT. J.C. U'jIA.NUU.
EOYSTEE, TREZEVANT & CO.,
Itl. A I, KSTATK IIKCKCILS
AXI COIIJIISSIOX MEHCIIAXTS,
No. 237 Second Street.
marG-3m MEMPHIS. TENN.
- 11 1 " .i
Notice to Persons Building.
IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THBRB IS
J no ONE PLACE In the llwWnn.nl,.
u.'i'ii.u tiih uiaicria. requisue lor
wc havo established a depot nt
JSo. O College Street,
where we will keen coiMtantlv nn bntul n l,.
LATHES AND IIAIK,
FIRE BRICK AND CLAY, etc.
Iniinrrs .tlnliln IjiikI IMiisler for
rcrlUizlii IIipS.)!!. enn Im fiirniolKHl nt
low rutrn nt Ihix OIT1CK.
IIXJItT Sc CO.
RAGS! HAGS! RAGS!
WILL PAY JIVE CENTS FOR CLEAN
1 1 Cotton UAUa. in quantitui sf Vf) poandj
The bichejit price paid for old Bjrinr, Woolen
Ba etc. WH1TEMA.V IIKOS
febS-tf No. 59 N. E. Cor. Public Squtre.
WE. O. L. NELSON AND 0. W. BROWN,
YT AdmlniJtrators of the Eitnte of Jno. I).
Woodward, decerned. biTinr nacceited to the
rt i. . r . 1. ,...., ' ..r . : . .
viciwi ua wui. vwui.ut .! t.ittur- ine in
tolrrncy of the jlte of the (aid Jno. 1). Wood
ward, deceued, do therefore, notify all pertons
havinc elaimj acainit the Eatate of the laid de-
ceaned. to file the lame with the Clerk of the Conn
tv Court of said eountr. on or hefnrtt fir.. ,ln.
of September next, duly aiithenticitinl a. nr..
(cribed by law. for pro ruta dutributioo. orthey
will ucivicin .Mini,
U. 1.. NEIJ50N.I . , , , ,
a. w. brown! MJmmU,rtora-
WJG HAVE A TiAROENUMBEKOFLEamu.
IT Tin llmox axd Amuica.hs, bound in Book
form, contalninc- lha full r.inrtiof the cnvml.
inn and ipeechei for-icsjloa. of and 'CO.
Apply at thl office. li&Zi-r-
GROOEfttES, LIQUORS &c.
R. B. CnKATHA.
FUSE UlLVNDIES, WLSES,
Cor. College ami Clmreli Ss.,
KEKl COXSTAXTI.Y OX IIAXO AXI
100 liaj choice Rio Coflee.
125 bbls Cruahit, Poiviloreil and Oranu
140 bbls Goflec Sugar.
50 " Mackerel, Xo. 1 and 2.
25 " " No 3.
150 kits " Xo. lj 2 ami 15.
200 boxes Star Candlea.
125 " Soap (assorted.)
5 Tien-ex fresh Kicc.
25 bbls Cider Vinegar.
050 " Eitra Family Flour, Siiring-
tield and Tort Royal .Alilk
100 bbl, bbls and kegs country Lard.
5 ticrecM Dried Beef.
50 bbU N. O. ( Jawoa and SynijM.
50 M Sorghum ola.ex.
10,000 bui4ie Cotton Seed.
Together with an :wortment of
PRESH CANNED FRUITS
mid Pepper Sauce.
Spices, Pepper, etc.. etc.
AM0N'6T rlIKTlI ABK
C PijMw Fine IlranJy,
Ilenncsey, Otanl, Dupcy & Co.,
PintoCaxtillon; vintage. lS'lO.'M.amr.'ST
3 J United Vitievaril; Proprietomt 18.r0,
3 Punclipun.i bunt Irish anil Switch
2 . Pijics Jamaica l.mii.
6 Pi'ixh N. K. "
CTi cnxkn Sherry and Port Wine, nil
S casks pun. IWnlga Wine,
4 Pipm mrv Holland Gin,
75 lnies St. Marccnnx Chamrarne,
30 " Cabinet "
C5 " Hoithick "
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
W H I JS K Y.
10 bblM "Old Crow," 1855, warranttil kii
jwrior to any ever ollered in Nonlivllle.
185 bblti jmrelibertKonCoiinty.old and line,
130 ' ltourbon, all grndin,
23 " Apple Ilrandy, pure,
8 " Peach Ilrandy, pure.
Aniset, Cnracoa, Absgnthe,
Maraschino, Wainjioo Drake.
rian tat ion an d liokers' Hitters
and London Club.
5,000 (Icnuinc Importeil Har.in.-i Cigr?.
IIO.IMltt Baltimore. all (.radev;
Toeetherwilh a general aMwrtment of SNnple
nnd Fancy (Iroeerini.
it. b. ciii:atimii a co.
1ST. B. PEARCE,
WJrOE.KSAIl i ItO
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR,
-17 .So ii Mi ilfaritcr S'lrccl,
CONSION.MBNTS OF COTTON. TOBACCO.
Pork. Boron. Lard, Hour, Whtfky. ami tolher
.unrimnwe I'rwiufe awl JIereIarKje. mrieilwl
.Iberal ailranee Biade 6n eunrtimnimU.
will cnilearcr tu neeure
ICICK S.VI.r.S AND IMlOJIITItfrniKNN
Particular attention clren to the GIHncef Plant -
er" onlen for plantalin fupplieo.
A large atHi weil-.ieeteu wpply el
Groceries nntl Liquorfi
Kept corwtantlr an band, to be MM at the kiwi
market rne. far CM.
.v. it. l.iiAit.u:.
U. If. BBIRX, M.
W. H. THA1WST.
N. W. C0BNBII C0LLKOK i CHUK0H n..
W. J. AKBIKiTX.
r. ii. rAB.
AERINGTON & PARRAR,
AO. CH I'IJIII.I!.H4I1AUC,
NEXT DOOR NORTH OF CITY IIOTKL
.wsii vi 1.1.1 Ti.VNr.i.m:i.
B. T. TtllllX.
V. F. MACIAI-.
Late of AMNbM.
TORIAN. MA011AE & CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
7io. ca t'arou dclct Street,
WE "AVE NOW IX STORE TEN TII0U
V SAND buihela of Cotton Seed. W ask
Planters to five us a call before purehailnr.
JIUUH IfcCRJf A 4 00.
jr to at