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NASHiTqi.gwtQy . ikm . djseatqhu mYmmm MMmi-j
Nashville and Decatur Railway.
Nashville and Chattanooga
WUKLEY & Y&R
WHOLESALE" ' 'W
Great Central All Bail Eoute
Memphis, Mobile. "ew Orlcanx, nnd
nil intermediate points.
The Nashville and Decatur Railroad has made
arrangement with the Memphis and Charleston
Railroad Company by which passengers go
Thronzh ' io Hemplii! mtlont Chiage of Cars; only
One Change betitta Mobile ind New Orleans.
By any other Route there are Two.
A Splendid Sleeping Coach is Attached
to the Train nt.XosliTille, which
run throngh to Corinth.
Through Eexprcss Train Leaves Nashville
uany at .............. ...... rM,
Arrives at Memphis, at 2:20 r.x,
Arrires utMnhile. .. 11:45 A. x,
Arrives at New Orleans..-." - &30 p.m.
Leaves Memphis,....- 2:00 r. m.
Leaves Decatur, at 11: p.m.
Arrives at Nashville, . . 5:44 x. it.
Connects with all afternoon Trains from Nashville.
Connects at Nashvillo with Louisville and Nash-
villo Railroad, for all points East and North, and
with Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, for all
points on that line.
Time ' from Nashville to Memphish, 16 hours.
" UunUviIle, auouritom.
" N.Orlcans.445-6 hours.
" Mobile, 33 Hours.
IXuntsvlIIc KxprcKs Train Daily, Ex
Leaves Nashville at 0:45 x. v.
Arrives at lluntsvillo at .. 7:10 p. li.
Leaves Unntsville at. 10:19 a.m.
Arrives at Nashville fclop. u
Time, From Nashville to Huntsville.9 5-12 hours,
" lluntsvillo to Nashville, 8K hours.
Colnmbia Accoiamodatlon, Pally,
Leaves Nashville at. 3:00 p. m.
Arrives at Columbia..-........... 5:50 p. M,
Leaves Columbia at ...... 7:15 a. m.
Arrives at Nashville at ...... . KWX) a. m
Baggage Cheeked Tlirotifrh.
FARE AS LOW AS BT ANY OTMEIt
Fnr Thrniipli Tickets and other information.
iileoso apply at the office of tbo Nashvillo City
Transfer Company, Northeast corner of Summer
ana Uhurcn streets ana at me .uroau street icpot,
J. II. VAN DYNE,
oct21 General Superintendent.
Edgefield and Kentucky
HAIL W AY.
THROUGH TO MEMPHIS IN
ClUICKEST TIME FOIt
darltsville, Paris, Humboldt,
Memphis, Nciv Orleans,
AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, the 13th
day of August, this Road will run TWO
DAILY TRAINS through from Nashville, to
Memphis Junction, 'connecting there with 'Mem -phis
and Louisville Railroad line, and 'nil points
.South and North. '
Leaves Nashville.... 1:80 p. if.
Leaves Nashville -10:00 p. m.,
Arrives at Memphis Junction 4:35 p. m.
Arrives at Memphis Junction 1:10 a. M.
l'osscsse's'ad vantages, over all other Routes in
many respects. It is much SHORTER, and tho
time made much tho QUICKEST EVER MADE
from Nashvillo to Memphis;
BOYD M. CHEATHAM,
Gen'l Sup't, B. and Ky. R. R.
AKEIIOYJ) & DOBSON,
N. W. Corner Church and Ills" Stn.,
1)LANS, ELEVATIONS, SECTIONS. FULL
X Sized Detail Drawings and Specifications,
complete and entire, (wither without fuperintcn
denco) for every class of Ecclesiastical, Civil and
Domestic Buildings. Also Designers of Monu
ments, Stained Glass and Polochromatic Decora
tion. II. M. AKEROYD,
W. K. DOBSOS.
IRON COTTON TIES.
WE ARB PREPARED TO FURNISH ANY
quantity of tho
Planters will make nti least .SI 50) One Dollar
and Fifty Cents on each bale of Cotton, by using
the Iron Tie instead of Hope.
BRIGOS k CO.
Comer College nnd Church streets.
novd diw hn
TO 1VIIOM IT 31 AY CONCERN
Recorder's Omen, Nov.S, 1S6G.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PER
sons who have neglected to renew their li
censes, nnd hIso to those who hare failed to secure
themselves that privilcse. btfore goiug into busi
ness, that the law rauft be complied with in such
cases before the 25th inst. otherwise it will have
to bo enforced. This warning is given in obedience
to instruction from the proper quarters. The
financial condition of tho Corporation at this
timo requires all the means it can command in
that way to meet engagements that aro pressing
hourly upon it. The demand, although unpleas
ant, is nevertheless imperative., and it is hoped
will prevent tho a earning ot cost by tho continud
neelect of delinquents.
Every merchant when applying for a yoarly li
cense is required by law to execute a boad in the
penal sum of one-thousand dollars conditioned
that he will render to the Recorder at tho expira
tion of bis license, n tvorn statement of the invoic
co-t ff all Me poodt brought into hit ettablithmenl,
either front home r abroad, for tale teithin thetaid
twelve month, and pay -a tax' upon the surplus at
the rato of two mills on the dollar, after deduct
ing the amount paid in advance. This statement
as sworn to booaraos a part of a. report made
monthly to tfie City Council, to enablo them in
tho" assessment of taxes, to either diminish or in
crease the amc as the wants or the Corporation
may require. The owners of taxable vehicles of
every description arc also requested not to delay
any -longer their duty in this matter. This invita
tion is. intended to bo general, and it is hoped
that any other differing from this will not have
to be given. R. C. FOSTER, 3d.
nov 9-til nov25. Recorder.
CHANGE OF TIME.
Ofpick or Qknikal Superixte5dkxt,
N. k C. and N. k N, W. Railway,
Nashville. Tunn.. August 14, 1866.
rN AND AFTER WEDNESDAY, AUGUST
j iotii, 1SB6, and until further notice, i.'as
senger trains will run as follows :
Nashvillo nnd Chattanooga Une.
Leave Nashvillo for Chattanooga and all points
South. nt7:4U i. it. and i:W p.m. Arrive at Unatt
nooea at 5:35 p. m. and 2:00 a. v. next day. Re
turning leave Chattanooga' at 4:15 At v. and 9:20
p. it. Arrivo at Nashville at 1:45 p. x. and 5:45
A. v. next day.
All trains connect at IVartrace for Shelbyville;
FARE TO NEW ORLEAS- -834 25
MOBILE . .. 31 10
MEMPHIS .. . 10 OO
' HUNTS VILLE 7 33
Close connections made at Stevenson and Chat'
tanooga for all cities Kast and bouth.
Sleeping cars on all Night Passenger trains.
Na-shvlIIc nnd Northwestern Line.
Ei?rkss Passesocs Leaves Nashville for
Johnsonville, and all points West and Northwest,
at 2:10 p. u. Leaves Kingston Springs at 3:30. r.
v. Arrive at Johnsonville 6:40 r. v. Returning
leave Johnsonville at 7:10 a. m. Arrive at Kings
ton 10:10, r. t. Arrive at Nasbyille-at 11:40 Tt m,
Accommodation. Leave Nashville at 4:15. r. v
Arrivo at Kingston at 6:10. p. if. Arrive at
Johnsonville at 10:50. p.m. Leave Johnsonville at
1:30, a. m, Leavo Kingston Springs 6:15, a. it,
Arrivo at Nashville at S.-Oo a. v.
Trains on the N. & N. W. R. R. connect at
Johnsonville, with the Cairo and Johnsonville
-Packets without fail.
-S3- Berths and' Meals FREE on Steamers con
necting with N. and N. W. Railroad.
-8- Passengers by this route save expense of
oiceiuiiBtarn.au mean Deiween iajlsuyiuo ana
3 Trains stop at all intermediate points.
Procuru tickets at II C. Jackson's opposite St
Uloud ilotel, or at tne unatuinooga iiepot.
W. P, INNES, Gen'l Sup't,
N. & O. and N. W. R. R
J. W. BROWN, Gen'l Pass Agent.
TENNESSEE AND PACIFIC
Office Tennessee and Pacific R. R. Compant,")
NAsnviLLE. August 25, 1S66, V
23 Union street. J
"PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR A
X Preliminary burvey. with instruments, ot
thnt portion of tho read which is between the
cities of Nashville and Knoxville, Tennessee.
The road must besurveyed on two lines and the
report must embrace all necessary information, in
regard to the character of the countrv.lts resources.
the distances intervening.gradesand obstructions,!
tne cost or construction ana De accompanied by
plans and profile views of the several routes.
The Engineers mnststate the sura for which the
work will be constructed and all proposals must
be filed at tne otace Dy tne nnt ot uctober.
J. D. B. DkBOW, President.
JonN Kirk man, Chm'n Ex. Com,
W. A. PEEBLES,
TTAS THE HONOR TO IN-
rl FOltM his old friend and '
former natrons, that his services
are at their command, at the office
of tho United States Surveyor of Cus
toms, corner of Ilroad and Front Kts..
(BOYD & 1 EEBLE3 old ollice, JMasbvilIe, Icnn
M QRLEAHS TBI
The Mnsulllccut Steamer,
DR. II. B. SHAW, Master.
DR. T. J. SHAW, CLERK,
"TTflll Commence falling' Regular
M Trips to .New Orleans and aluntermedi
ato norts. on the oncnincr of tho season. The
DAVID WHITE was puurchased expressly for
this traJc, and nas been returnisncd, re-ntted,
and thoroughly overhauled, and pronounced by
good judges to bo one of tho most comfortable
and substantial steamers on the Western waters.
She is a large side boat, with "a roomy and hand
somely furnished cabin, capable of accommodating
one hundred first clam, and fifty second class pas
sengers. Her capacity is eight hundred tons, and
her accommodations for carrying freight are
nnsurnassed. St&ndinc a A No. 1 with the Board
of Underwriters, this steamer commends herself
to shmners of Cotton and Tobacco, wuilehcr ele
gant finish renders hor highly acceptable to the
Tho DAVID WHITE will leave Nashvillo for
Seir Orleans on the first ri30 in the Cumberland
For freight or passage apply on board, or to
ST KATTON, CHENEY A ItOY, Agents,,
No. 11 Broad Street.
octlO-tf HARRISON i SONS. Ascnts.
NASIIVIIiliE, CAIRO AND
TJil- WEEKL Y PA CKETL1NE
THE ABOVE LINE COMPRISES THE FOL
LOWING splendid Passenger Packets, leav
ing Nashvillo during tho season as follows:
FANNY ItKANhEIS. Jonx. T. Cibtwricut.
Master, leaves Nashvillo TUliSDAiS at 12
o clock, v.
N ASH VI I.I, r.. Wiurt Siiiys, Matter, leaves
Nashvillo THURSDAYS, atli o'cloek v.
TYRONE, Tom. Harmon, Master, leaves SAT
URDAYS, atll! o'clock m.
Ttinahnrn steameni will commence their regu
lar trips on the first opening of navigation in the
throughout the business season, as per above
schedule, making closo connection at Cairo with
the regular Packets for bt. Ijouis, Memphis and
New Orleans: issuing through Tickets to'Pasjen
gers, and giving through Bills of Lading for
Freights to the above cities, and allavailablo way
landings, atthd very lowest rattS. Every effort
will bo made by the Officers and Agents of this
line to render it Teliable and deserving the pat
ronage of Shippers and the Travelling Public.
uunuaii a mil u.
No. 21 Front Stroet Upper Wharf. Nashville,
lenncssee. sepii om.
rARAM0RE. SOWERS Jt WILDER, U. S.
L CLAIM AGENTS, havo removed to
NO, 23 NORTH CHERRY STREET,
Where they are prepared to COLLECT CLAIMS
AVAlOA I'lIK U ail 111 CUAAIiO UWV
ERNMEST. fnr tmn.rtir tnVen dnrincr the
war, whether rceetpted'for or' not. Also. Collect1
uounues granted under tne various acts oi con
gress. Give us a a call. fau30 3m.
-GR'O C ;-E"RS'r
NO. 3 NORTH COLLEGE ' STREET.
1 jOOO BBLS EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,'
200 bbls extra superfine Tlonn
50 hhds New Orleans Sugar, .
25 hhdsDemerara Sugar; -'
50 Vols Crushed and Powdered Sugars;
200 sacks prime Rio Coffee;
23 tack Laguira Coffee;,'
25 Mbls Fresh Riee; , .
60 b'ots New Orleans Molasses;
200 boxes Proetor & Gamble's Soap;
150 boxes various brands Eoap;
100 boxes Star Candlos;
100 boxes Tallow Candles, hard pressed;
50 boxes 'Fine Chewing Tobacco;
50 gross Fine Cut Tobacco;
25 bbls Smoking Tobacco;
25 kegs English Soda;
25 kegs American Soda; t -! it ;
40 cases 1 and 2 lb cans Oysters ' V '
50 boxes Pepper; , ,
50 boxes Spice; -.
50 boxes Indigo;
50 boxes Ground Mustard;
25 bbls Mason's Blacking; j
GO boxes Pint, Quart and, MkL Bottles;'
A) boxest Garrett Snuff:
20 gross Durkee's Bluing;
25 bbls Bourbon Whisky;
25 bbls Robertson County Whisky;
100 bbls Foote Nash Proof Whisky
100 bbls Ginger Cordial;
15.bbls Ginger Wine;
15 bbls Sweet Wino;
50 bbls Grapo Vinegar;
25 bbls Lemon Syrup; -
50 boxes Starch;
50 dozen Buckets;
50 dozen Brooms;
2000 Flour Sacks;
50 boxes assortcd'Candy;
Brandy, Rum, Gin, Wines, of various brands at
WEAKLY & YARBROUGH'S.
No. 3 North College Street, Nashville, Tennessee
LeMOINE & WILLAMSON,
Offico No, 11 North Cherryst., near Church
P. 0. BOX 373 NASHVILLE,
TsLANS. SPECIFICATIONS AND EST!
X. MATES, promptly executed. A variety of
ll.nninna , n v I nt , m f. Aa till..- 11a, I
dens, Parks, etc., to suit all localities and tastes
an bo seen at tnis omco.
W. T. Berry,
A. J. Duxcas.
k. 11. UHOMPSOX,
Maj. W. B. Lewis.
FOR CHILLS AND FEYERI
TJso tlie Best.!
HURIiEY'S AGUE TONIC
Never Fails Always to be Depended Upon-
Xtotning moro reliable tnan -uurlcy g Ionic.
TTrlLLcuroAcueand Fever. Chills and fever, in
VV termittent Fever. Dumb-Ague. Every nerson
who has tried Hurley s Tonic speaks in the highest
terms of iU As a curative agent it is unsurpassed
and moro certain than quinine.. No bad results
from uaingHURLEY'STONIC. Everybody should
ue UULlil'S AliUJS TUA'lU. Send orders to
1IUKLEY. i, CO..
Proprietors, Louisville, Ky,
Hurley's Stomach Bitters.
For Debility, Loss of Appetite, Weakness, Indi-
Disordered Stomach, there are no bitters that
compare with these in removing these distressing
complaints. For sale or can be bad at any Drug
store m tba United states, or trom tbe propne
tors, Louisville, Ky., corner Seventh and Green
streets, to whom all orders snould be addressed.
The great Blood Purifier, as a Spring and Sum
uvi lEuiviiiu . ... u. ""li i .----li . v-.uu v-j ut. im
parities irom tho blood, and gives health and
irengm 10 iqo nysieui.
HURLEY, RUDDLE k CO.,
Hurley's Popnlar Worm Candr.
As li ta Tint1v n. Snn?iflfl fnr Wnmi. nTic? fliA
oesi ana mosi paia e lorm io givo 10 cuuaren,
t . r . : . . : . : . r.. . . . 1. : . u 1
11.13 IIUl BUipriSlUK ( Ul l. 19 ilUb IUD
oi an oiner preparations ior worms u oeing laiio
less, any child will take it.
Orieutal Pearl Drops.
For Beantifvinz the ComDlcxion. effectually re
moves Tan, Freckles, Blotches, and giring the
skin an olegant smoothness not easily attained by
any other. Its use among tne ladles ot lasbion in
the East, gives it a character for efficacy which
at once stamps it as infinitely superior for the
toilet of a lady.
Ink ! Ink ! Ink t
Seaton's Chemical Writing Fluid is becoming
world-renowned for its superior quality. Having
been introduced only about six years, it has be
come tho principal in use with thoso who want a
fine, free flowing ink. nnd for its permanency it is
decidedly tho best ink for records that can be
used. For counting houses, banks or schools, it
is uneqalleu, and needs only to be tried to be ap
proved. For sale by Druggists and Merchants
....... . . t, itTxnT "m . nrt Ti
Corner Seventh and Green streets.
, 1 T. TV ' 1 iri i T T"
for sale oy ucrry, ivcuioviuc a. un&non; j.iy.
Harwell: Litterer 4 Cablerj Pulliam & McCul-
ough; Blood x Gregory, -Nashville: and by all
Druggints. , june!3 lydAw
FRENCH BURR MILL
UTILL SPINDLES. MILL MACHINERY.
lVL of all descrintinns; Steam Engines. Saw and
(Jrist Mills, Hoisting Screws, Smut Machines.
iseuinr ano uoiung uioiu, screen nire, .11111
Picks. Plaster of Paris always on hand and made
to order. All wort fold by me warranted. 1 also
contract for tho erection of flouring Mills.
Corner of College nnd Broad Streets,
qpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE IN FULL
1 operation their shop for Manufacturing Sash,
Doors. Blinds, inside and eut, both stationary
and pivot slats; Meldings, Cornices, Brackets,
wasbboarus ana uasemgs, .uoor ana ntndow
Frames, ornamental and plain; Mantle Pieces,
Wratherbaardinz and Flooring, dressed readv fnr
use: and every discription of wood-work con
nntfl with building. We are alscr nrenared tn
contract for Buildings entire, or in part. We have
been at heavy expense in procuring and putting up
Machinery, .ind hope by punctuality and dispatch,
to merit and Teceive the custom of a generous
Orders from any section of the Southern coun
try will bo punctually filled.
Our Shop is in immediate connection with the
Locomotive Shops of the Nashville and Chatta-,
nooga Railroad Company, near the Sowanee Coal
Yard, on Cedar Street. Nashville Tennessee.
TURBIVILLE k FULCHEB.
augC5 to 1st Jan. '67.
Ah Elegant Stock of Fall and
Winter Clothing r and Gent's
ITUXTINQTOX'S, 14 Public Square.
Flue Drab Melton Suits.
HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Square.
Tiexv Styles Nobby Street Coats,
14 Public Square
Elegant Brown Melton JSusi
Scotch and English Casiniere
HUNTINGTON'S,,! Public Square,
Boys' School Suits.
Oxford Mixed Business Suits.
HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Square.
Elegant Plain Business Suits.
Castor Bearer Overcoats.
HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Square.
Children's Cape Overcoats,
A Fine Assortment of Sole
HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Square.
"Youths' Business Suits.
14 Public Square.
Silk Mixed CnssimercBnsincss
, HUNTINGTON'S, 14 Public Square.
oct20 ' ! - ' :
HUGH McOREA & CO.,
A. HAMILTOI, & CO.,
otton and Tobacco Factors,
FORWARDING AND . COMMISSION
Market Street, - Nashville.
1HE UNDERSIGNED UAVINO TAKEN
the above 'Warehouse, will nurchasa and
fell Cotton, Tobacco, Bacon, Lard, or any other
1'roduce. on (Jommission. i'lanten iarorin? us
with their business may rely on getting the high
est marset price for their i'roduce. Uur charges
will be as low as anyhonse in tbo city. Should
our old friends favor us with orders for Groceries,
thev may rclr on havinsr roods Darchased at the
lowest market prices. AVo will giro our attention
to goods forwarded to us from other cities, ship
pers may rely on havinc their roods forwarded
nrjmDtlv by tho first train or boat after their ar
rival. Our office is on Market street, where the
old books of tli'GH -SlclBEA & Uo. can be lound
by those interested.
Hoping for a share of public patronage, wo sub
scribe ourselves, etc.
janl3 HUGH .ucUKiiA & CO.
We respectfully introduce to our old friends
our successors in business, Ilcon HcCcm k Co,
who continue thj Commission business at our
tand.No. 23 South Market Street.
Our own offise is No. 23 College Street, where
wo hope all parties who are indebted to us will at
once call and pay their accounts now due, and all
parties who hnre any .claims against us will pre
sent them for payment, as we wish to close up our
business at an early day.
jan!3-ly A. .HAMILTON k CO Z
FOR THE TREATMENT OF
Private Diseases, and
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
PATIKXTH TREATED AT THEIR
HOMES. CURES GUARNTEED. "53
all tottam Oionld be directed to DR. McGIIX.
Box:749IastiTiue, xenn. ,
fii-fipt, over John York's Book: Store. Union
atrect, between College and Cherry meets.
ROBERT I. CARTJIHERS, JR.,
HAS PERMANENTLY SETIiiiiU liN UASO.
' VILLE, where he will pursue the practice
f the Law in aU the Courts of the city. Office on
riiixro stmet. nrcr the Bank of the Union.
adjoining the oSco of CaSVTHiu & CoorBE,
oct3iria - .
IRBY MORGAN, O'BRYAN & CO,
we-abe now BZCEivrNo ocn seco.hd
FALL km WINTER GOODS,
. , Comprising fall lines of
; Solid Delaines,
Shawls M Every Description,
And Tariety Goodj ctnerallr. Thli atoekof
will ba found larcer and more attractlra than an v w
iibtb ntre iciuro ouerea, ana . will do toid cheap to
IKBX aiUKUAN, O BBTAJf CO.
WHOLESALE DEALBB IN
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS!
SKXT DOOR-CITY HOTEL.
(Good Chanco for a Ilonie.
A 1H5 M8TR ATOR'S S A LK,
ON THDKSDAT, DECEMBER 13, WR WILL
offer at public tale, at the Conrt-House door In
KashTille, the Lot of Ground on Broad street, W.t
rasuTiiip, Belonging 10 tne estate or Jtt. Ii. Shel
ton, deceased, fronting 52 feet on Broad street and
running back ISO feet, on which is a desirable and
TWO STORY BBICK DWELLING
Contalninir eight rooms, rood cellars, cistern, and
every convenience. Sale to take place at 12 o'clock,
bfore day of tale. Tho houo is now occupied by
Terms: One-third cash, balance twclre and eigh
teen nionius, wun interest, lien, etc.
3t. B. HOWELL. Adm'r.
A. NELSON 4 CO., Agens.
aui-is a Aug tioneers. noTZ:-3w
WITH A SOLID CAPITAL AND ASSETS QT
S1,0 OOiO O O!
And its stok iirmiy held at 8t85, the pnoiNix
lianas owrroaij i mo una oi oouua xjre insar-
II. SI. MAUILX, G.n.rnl Ajt-nt.
Western Branch Office, Cincinnati.
P. P. 1'ECK, Uaatd!n
norlT-tf p. 1 College street.
HAMILTON & CUMHVGHA3I
HAVE REMOVED THEIR STOCK OF
Hardware. JLeotHer, Gua, ere
No. 61 North CoUcge Street,
Near the PabUs Sraaxe, '
VThre ther will ba vai to aee. thelr.old friends and I
cesraaMi, aaaas many newonniu'p-jHiuie , ,
xiASOTULx. aot. vt,isw.' .t noTtf;U3-rp. ; i
FOR" FALL" TRADE,
.. 1 1".. tt f.f
. . ; !'- 'tj w. . '. 's in . MaMin' '
i .' fc.-'j - - ' i rAl l b t ;
? i ' ' ' salt"
-'t -r .. rt 1 Tlx" .
A N ELEOAXT ASSORTMENT, OF,,EVEUT .
'V thing norr n'4 deribl. Our stork of '7 ,
U'unsurpoMeJ ky any ia the cOnntr. AUo, ererr
thing new In ' 1 1 1
"ET, SILK, and CLOTH CLO-IKSJ
Splendid SUA WIS,-
I. ACE GOO ,
WHITE GOODS, ,
k DOSIEBr, -:i t.
ISM AID LADHU 1HlhKHWic7t!"
In'thort, orery thing In our line of busineo, bought
upon thamott faTorabla tenru.'aml at Pric'tbit''
cannot fail giro satiafaction. , (
ETerytiiingr Tfo Sell h oC the Best;
I ' '
And will alwayi turn out u represented. -
K. T- KUUvPATlUOK,' "
Ko. 53 Gollejo itreet.
oct21-2m-p Old aUnd of B. O. MBSalry & Co.
S. K. Macsr. E. B. Dkivkb. a. B. Enow
MACEY, DRIVER & BROW,
Hardware and Cutlery,
OU3I AND LEATHER BELTDiG,
Mill Materials Generally)
Ko. 82 TTest Side Public SqnareJ c
Ouns! Guns !
THE SPECIAL ATTENTION OF THOSE IH
Fine Bird Guns,
Beer Gun, and
Small-bore Sqnirrel Guns,
li inrited toonritock, trhlch rra aro now receiring'
from the man afaetnreri in England, (our ownnloi.K
portation,) conaiitiag of Gtuu nada by tho followCag,
WILLIAM GBEENEB, ,
rt". W. GBEENEB, ' ,
S. HOLLIS & SON,
and other good malctrs. Harin targe stock o'f ttio
abOTs-initors, we will oSar extra inducements to '
moss aeainng to purcnaso, . , ,
MACEY, DBITER JkJJROlTJfj -
No. 3a wMt m,ia?7)iiii..!i.;.F.
'acp203m-sp , ,
rifteenth Annual Opening
FRANCISCO & m.
ISO. So COLLEGE STREET.
FURS OF ALL
i Ia'jCompleta Sts, for LadlM and Miwcs:
HAT.-! AND CAP'S'.'
For Men anJBoys, London and Vat it Shapes.'
' 55 COLEIOE BTKKET. -
noTO-lm ip. '
SAM't O0WXK. JH.X. kAWtfATT.
It A. 1IAXDLT.
COWAff, MADSITA'W & CO.',
Escltufre Wholesalo Dealers in
U'OTIOJiS, GLOVES, HOSIERY, ETC,
Ko. 0.1, Xortheast Cor. Pub. Squnre,
WS HAVE IN STORE A WELL ASSORTED
stock of ererythics embraced under tb head
of the abore Una of goods. We know that 'w can
make it to the intermit of the trade to buy from cs.'
We tntita an inspection of oor
Splendid, Hew and llrayj Stock,1'
Bellering, from long experience, tint yea know the
j trade, and are prepared to supply Its wants. ,
rrUIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN AP-'
J. colnted A cent for the dUoosal of th propertyi
lately in the hands of A. R. Morrill & Co., oflrs for,-, ,
sale their large stock of nerchandfoe at Try low''
pricee, consisting in part of the following:
1,000,000 poumls Horn and Hale Shoe.
500,000 pounds Cut Naili and Spues.
20,000 sets Lead and Wheel Harness.
With a complete assortment of
Carpenters' andBlacksmiths' Tools
JAMES WOODMAN, Agent
CO North Marketstra a
Berry, DemoviHe & Wharton,
N03. 5 and 6 South Side Public Square,
ESPECTFOTXT ANNOUNCE TO THUS,
1 conn try friends and the boatneai oommnnUT
UK may are eonuiinmg( uie osaxness ax ut ota
stasa or w. w. xsexrr a AemoTUia. and would ha
ciad to ee thair old ratroni. Thar kean mu
saouj tm cana cicrj aracit ssown 10 use trade.
Lost or Mislaid, .
HE CORPORATIOS.Or NASH-
TiUerNo.233, for fl.823.S0. for which I will,
Dar a reward of Tra Ddlls'r. ' Alt lunmi ant
waraed not to trade for urn.. n.Tm.nt hu bean
i.aioppi. jajiks bai i,
norrj-3f .attHJ. 43 North wariest st.