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PLATFORM OF THE AMERICAN PABTT,
Adopted &t the Session of the National Council,
Febru ry 21,1856.
lt. An humble acVnowle'lffement to the Supreme Being, for
his protecting cre rouchsafed to our fathers in their success
ful ReTolutiuoM-y struggle, and hitherto manifested to us,
their descendants, in the preservation of the liberties, the
Independence, and the anion of these States.
2d. The perpetuation of the Federal Cuion, as the palla
dium of our civil and religiuus liberties, and the only sure
bulwark of American Independence.
81 Ani'i'i'itn tmtmt rule Anrieat find to this end, na-frr-born
citirens should be selected fur all State, Federal and
municipal offices or government employment, in preference
to all other : nevertheless,
4th. Person born of American parents reading tempora
rily abroad, should be entitled to all the rights of native-born
citizens ; but,
&th. No person should be selected for political station,
(whether of native or foreign birth,) who recognises any alle
giance or obligation of any description to any foreign prince,
potentate or power, or who refuses to rec"gnie the Federal
an 1 State Contitutions each within its cohere) as paramount
to all other laws, as rules of political action.
6th Tl'e unqualified recognition and maintenance of the
reserved rights of the several State, and the cultivation of
harmony and fraternal good will between the citizens of the
several States, and to this end, non-iuterfcrence by Congress
with questions appertaining solely to the individual States,
and non-intervention by each State with the affairs rf any
7th, The recognition of the right of the native-born and
naturalized cilixens of the United State permanently resid
ing in any Territory thereof, to frame their constitution and
laws, and to regulata their domestic and social affairs In their
own mode, subject only to the provi-ions of the Federal
Constitution, with the privilege of admission into the Union
whenever tin y have the requi-ite population for one Repre
sentative in Congress. Prarulrd ahcoijH, that none but
tho e who are ritisns of the United States, under the con
stitution and laws thereof, and who have a fixed residence In
any such Territory, ought to participate in the formation of
the constitution, or in the enactment of laws for said Terri
tory or Htat.
feth. An enforcement of 'he principle that no Plate or Ter
ritory ought to admit others than citizens of the United
Eutes to ttie ripht of suffi ape or of holding political office.
Sth. A rh'iuge in t' e law of naturalization, making a e n
tinued reidtiee of twenty-one years, of all not hereinbefore
provided f r, an indipen ble requisite fur citizenship here
after, and excluding all paupers and persons convi'-ted o
crime, from landing upon our shores ; but no interference
with the vi.'Med right of foreigners.
lilth. Opp .litkm to any union between Church and State;
no interference with religious iaith or worship, and no test
oaths for cilice.
11th. ire and thorough investigation into any and all al
I edged ahues of public functionaries, and a str.ct economy
in public expenditures.
lith. The maintenance and enforcement of all laws con
stitutionally enacted, until said laws shall be repealed, or
hall be declared null and void by coirietent judicial au
thority. 13th. Oppoition to the reckless and unwise policy of the
preent ad.ninHtration in the general maong'-inent of our
nation il alTnra. and more especially an clio u in removing
Aia-ricati " (by deotgiiHtioui anil cjiiiervtives in princi
ple, from o(Tie, and placing f ireivner and ultrai-t in their
place; a shown in a truckling nulcei vifiicy to the stronger.
anl an ino'etit ana cow.inry oravaoo toward- toe weaser
powers; a hon in reopening section il ng tation, by the
repeal of th M o!iri Comp-onii-e; a hon in granting to
unnaturalized foreigners the right of suff'-nie In Kan-a and
JvVbrak; as shown in its vacillating course on the Kanas
and Nelira-ka qution; a t-hjwu iu the corruptions which
pervade some of the depii-tnient of the tiovernmeut; as
shown in d -sracing meritorious naval officers through pre
judice or caprice; ami as fli wn iu the blundering nneiuan
sement of our foreign re atious.
14th. Therefore, to remedy existing evil, and prevent the
diatron cou'teauences otherwise resulting therefrom, we
would build up the "American Party" upon the principles
irth. That each State Council shall h.ivs authority to
amend their several constitutions so as to abolish the several
degress, and io titute pledge of honor, instead of other
obligations f r fell wshlp and admission into the party.
16th. A free and ojven discussion of all p lltical principles
embraced i-i our platform. t
C0RKZR OF DEADERICI ST. AND THE SQUARE,
IS now ssnplied with a SrPFRtOR STCK OF GOOOS
and ready to wait opon all who may favor him with
A ICirla Asssrlmrnl of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods
A I WAYS OX II AX IK
t. v ays a t; . ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
awn twroKTiu or
FOREIGN WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS A TOBACCO
- So'. 19 Cedar Street, near the Post Office,
' WHOLESALE GROCER,
CewmUslen nnf t orssardinar Merchants
No. 1 and 2 Broad St.. ha!iivii.i.k..tkn'W..
D R . R . M A R T 1 N
NO. t NORTH 6PRUCE ST.,
ctlJ-tf ." AMU II.I.I , TKX.
GEO. W. COWAN,
ATTOini:V AT LA V(
AND SOLICITOR IX CIIAXCERY,
No. 3 Cherry Street,
N AMI V I I. I. i:, TDNN.
PROMPV attention will he given to all business entrusted
'ts htm, and special attention to the collection of Eastern
Claims thr -Mi'hout Mid tie Tennessee.
Ritrtsssors. . C A A. It. Beech, Fvans, Porter A Co
L. B. Fite k Oo Thos. T. Smiley, Es-ov. N'eill B Browo
osiah Ferriss, K'ashvllle, IVnn.; Gen. J. A. Ila'tle, David
son eo Teni.; Fs-Jov. W B. Campbell, lbenon, Teno.;
Hon. John P. Caratuers, Memphis, Tenn.; W. D. Lavender
New Tork City. rt-'
ED. BURKE PICKETT,
HEAIi DM ATi;, ( OlKliaitlALt
I' I N A NC I A 1 A I
CENXJRAIf AO est,
Corner of Broad and Front eta , ever C. Anderson's,
Wlf.L take charge of any business mt usted to him, re
quiring the ss rioea of an Agent f r a commission en
tirely saii-slactory to all puitm and iu all CsSes, bo charges
w.U be ma e unless a"sfsct n is given
Ibe iero m ince of Cu'-act, Purchase, Ss'e, and Rent
tag of Kea! Kstate I tte city and el-wi e-e ; the P rchae
ard itale u "n Co nmis'ion, f Hon is, Cock and Pnb'ic
Defcti an I so:es f every descriptl in ; Mi r -liandlie, Oroo
rie, al! kin Is or Machmerv a' d Agrirultural Seeds and
Implements, the stilement of aoc-un s ..ud U'ms and col
lec'iona general y, attended to laltufui.y auJ pumpl returns
ry Information songht and given In every department
of business. Honing fr su-ces only b a strict at itu lion
to my erg ig.-ment, and toot ing rath.-' 'ofheq iatitityt bu
rinfsidone fan t-wA hitunt clutrf, I rtspeclfu.1y so
licit a share of public patronize.
Oov W. B. Campben, C. W. Jckon, 8 T. Motley, Pank
of Middle Tann . BiLbn n; (iov X. 8 lliown, Fl' A
Cunningham. Church An terson, McClurw, Bark A Co., Burgs
su-n. nd-on. Allison nvn , J mn o ir.ia , . ,
1 C OailJ, 'oL J. S.tiad, K. ItaiiUln. q , t. na.er. r fq..
.a latin; R. A W. U Alexander, laj D B.h rd, C.d J H
Vangh. IbgmKprlrgs; It A. H. fcUa I, J. K. Mores, ti.,
and cit.s. n.gener.il y, Carthage.
X J. ";D U.VCAN & CO.,
- - : ' IMPORTER' AXO
xriioi.i'.Kti.i: ui:ai.i:hs i
Staple and Fancy iky Goods,
y. 70 Public fisjuurr
CI.OTIIIMi ! I.OTIIIi!l
WE have now la tore an Invoice ofRtADTxfADR
CU)" Hl'i, adapted w the season, shicli ws will sell
upon the most Uvorabls term. Call quick and senptv your
.i,m rtirxii. A. J Dt'C.AN A OO. ,
septl - T0 P"''"c Nn,,f
-... . . . . ,r tlti IAs.sk. A-.
SSS s s. -. - - --- -- .-- . - -
SB liCNOKKD BALI ..n.tlo.. tmabargs, a blU
Linseys. su taaie ror i isuuiium, " " -.
A.J. IH'M'AJJ A CO.,
Ioc, Mneenaie " "son is btut, " -nr..,
Ea.Newtiretos; John . Bl ler, 1'it-burgii; JO I'll
mer, Cinclnns'i; edmuo.t Coop', Cal Iwell A Cumming ,
l-helbyvi le; Mj. R. U. rl i, W.J. r pence. M1 ee.boro';
r u l, t . I miTtH V-n . Col. A. M. I tniney. Colutsf'S; t uL
J . . septl .i. i
tin. Ill PuuBe wira.
DECORATEi' BiKU vat i
WI have ou ud t Cs.nry Cass ... the nst ele
gant fHUtwms thai eta ned K.w rk. For
The Great InTcntion of the ige.
Nf t L 4 Slach n. t caiUac, Pianiae, Moaidiaf
Ac irresul forms in wood, will kj akiMted at the
" Carnentei Mio of Bleatws. eiith A Uag' es s U bmxtov
vW r. .....,.! 1. V... il.li. I..Vlt IS M il SB.
...... ... .
ooratng as iu r" w
I j jn s-ssij . - ---..-I r ,
0ISt im the reerst buromg otit of Me- 1 I. ' j
Oe-ob'e raer, W-s Fue. ra. t k- muLi I'"
lf iabllsssBMtofJ. '. MXsswjrsr.etoNe ,
Iadrick sireet, belwss n r-ussmer mad Chorry f rrf i,
the ft fcrrsB-rly er..U4 tvy Crass VepLsrd a a
Caret' Wire Uoom, Wl.tie hs is prepares) to aUud M
tvrrfu V'f in kf f UflwaJ Lndrtwt, sVal
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From S. M. PETTINGIIX CO8 ADVERTISING AGENCT
lit Nassau Street, Niw Yog,
And No. 10 State street. Bos-row.
P. k Co., are Agents for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United Slates and
JENNINGS, WHEELER & CO.
HAVK on hand and offer for sale cheap, an immense stock
or C1.0THISO of eve'y style. 111 d ind price. Just made,
and suitxble for the coming se son. For the quality and
stveo' the goods, the talent disnlaved in the rat and make
f th c'.otfnr.g, at.d the pri es at which they sre offered, ws
are not to be eC"lled Kuv-rs will find it to their interest
to call and examine the storic .f
JfcSH NOS, WHKEI,FR CO..
48 Chambers street, opposite the Park.
I4Tli. TI.D Al il ST 7lltv 855.
THESubwribrrs Mtnnfrcture this mill of suitab'e sisesfor
Meichantand lount y Mill, as well as for Plantation
use - they are " l o snir ly ad pted for attaching to Saw
Mi ls. For a 'u I d.scripiion, prices, capaci'y, Ac address
R. Coh an t Co., 44 West front St., incinnati, t hio.
r-r" We a'so maoifsctore French Burr Mlll-Mones of all
te', both Id and new qn .rrv; an't desl !n Smut MachiDts,
IJo t'ng Clo hs, and Grist Mi I Furnishing generally.
J,4-Tip R. COOH if A ! Ci.,Hne-oiM, O.
AiDUEVVa 6l JaUP,
COTTON AND WOOLEH MACHIJTEST,
Steam Engine, and Eoilers, KacninisU' Tool.,
Belting, Ac, Ac.
IMrOBTERS AMD DEALKkS IS
JIA . UFA CI I IlliilV Alt TIC EES,
o. 67 Pine St., New York.
N. B Agents for the "WOODRUFF A REACH IRON
WORKS" STEAM AHO BuILtRfl.
Excluxive Agencv in New York for "LOWELL MA.
CHINE SHOP Maciiisists' Tools. loctfl dl2m
W. JACKSOV 4: SO,
GRATE AND FENDER MAKERS,
246 Front Street and 930 Broadway, NEW YORK.
The British Plate Glass Compau j.
HA VEX UK A IK LANCASHIRE,
t: a i. i.
WAREH0CEB FOR THE L'VTTKn 8TsTra
JOV R. PLATT,
79 MuitatT .-t., Niw Tosg,
Where will be fonnl a full assortment ' f their Superior Pol
ihe 1 Plate for Slcre and Hoose Fronu, t-how Cases. Ac. Al
so -Rou.h tilavs fre to inches thick.
N. B Western cu tomers are referred to the New Ptate
lou-f of Ohio ai Columbui, which is glazed with the Plate
Glass of the Company. m t'hSiy-pem
THE IT. N. PATENT Tl.tltltLE: CO.
DO Tlioinpknn t ew York
MAVTFACTCRKR.- of Maiblb Mistt-sa, Tssui Tm.
Coldskb, FuDKrTiLa, c, in Henna, Brocatel, and
all Italian Marble. 1 his artic e, which is a preparation of
of Marble Dust, chemically comirned with mineral colors,
so as to be moulded imo aov firm and color by wliich a
m irble can ' e inanifac'ured at less than half the cost of
th co'nmou materi I, lnie it excels it iu durability and
heaulv. ( nlike marble I l iron and Mate, there is DO
surface work, the color running it. to the mass of the raste
rial, whi'e no vi i-h Is used to give a tenioriry bfaut to
the surfs :e. Mintels from to )4') lable lops, Ac,
higl.ts for the M'tnu'itrtur nvd Sal of above for the
different pta'es, which wil' ensure immense returns to those
interesting themselves. Information 'n'ni'hed on applica
tion to PETER RKNXIE, Pres't, sr
Jifr-spw La, Hec'y. lap'-Sl CK-t2,--1y
WHOLlvSALK II OUSES.
B. L AN1E R &, C 6.
(Successors to Hart A Uollir gsworlh,)
o. 5 .linket tro't, Mhvlllr,
ASI) DKALER8 IS
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & C0,,
WHOLESALE SEALERS IN
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
;. 50 I'ublic Squares
T?orit to rivi; in ivourn CAr
P seasonable HATS, LOOTS AND 8HUE8 have been
added to our stork by very recent arrivals, to which the at
tention of the TRADE it particula-ly inv trd.
OC127 tit KliXKR. sHH'Hfn A CO.
FRESH ARRIVAL OF FALL A WINTER GOODS,
iitn. iuiwa. i.imhrmiii. w. r. u'lasabas
ALLISON, ANDERSON &, CO.
WHOI.KSALK DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
HEADV IIAli: CLOTIII1VC,
o. 41 I'ublic Sqtinrt
Wt are now In receipt of our r ALL AND WINTf R
GO' 18, embracing a larse and well selected stock ol
POREIUN AND DOMKSTIf DRY GOlX, together with an
extensive assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING, which
we offer to the trad on terms that cannot fail to give satis
action. We solicit a call from t'.ose visiting our market,
anil shall take pleasure in exhibiting oor stock and prices to
them augHtl tfj ALLISON, ANDERSON A CO.
0. U. SI.-Hi'L. I. r ShSVB. D. B. BAILBT.
NICH0L, GREEN & BAILEY,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Noa. 45 ami 47 Collide St., Near Broad,
and nt rss ts
Bacon, Lard, Feather., Beeswax, Grain, Ac, Ac.
1Y late arrivals .rom new orlfans out
1) Sto- k of tirorsries is in part complete, and ws are
prepared to offer Inducement to Citv and Country Dealers
whs may faver us wiih a ca'l. Ws have In store, and to ar
rive, the following tionda which ws will se I low fur Cash.
VOhhds. Fair to Choice New
2' si barrels Molasses,
?5 barrel' Hyrun,
l.'iti bags Clo Coffee,
2 i barrels MarkereL,
2 H d. d ...
'.'5 Kit do.,
8'' kegs Nails, assorted site,
75 b zes M. K. Kslsins.
10-i cs n Painted Huckets,
Vt Nests d). lotM,
Ml rioscn Lomlon Potter,
Stt.tsiO Cigars, vaiiootbr .nds
2" boxes Pl kels,
M) do O'assware,
A I do Yeat Powders,
S cases Kv. Mustard,
lit bas Sjtice,
10 do Ptpper,
b do Inger.
inn Demijohns, asso'ted slts,
tin m. u ii t aps
.M box: Star Candles,
l-i rases Matches,
chest Teas ar brands,
in I bl Almonds,
1lKi drums F esh Figs,
B't boxes Herring.
Together with every article usually k-p' in oar line.
MOliOL, GKtKN A BA1LCT.
tl We also have In store, on consignment; 1.J00 bap
fine rait, Factory filled, ahich we will seil very cheap.
febIA N U. B.
JAMKS KERXtS, T. B. BAIB
KI:HAIV aV KAIiXS,
VtUOLESALk ASD RETAIL
DRIG AM) (IIKMKAL STORE,
No. 19, Socth Siie rcni.io QranK,
'1 'HE undersigned, having removed to Nashville, and asso
I elated tlieru elves for the purpose of con 'iK-tmg a
Wholesale and Itetail O ui Uuiness, have recently opened
at the no'ed st nd lornie'lv cnpUd by Plummer A Co , a
laige and comp e e stork of fresh and genuine Staple Drugs,
pue and unadulterated Family M- dicines Choice i'erfum- ry,
r sncv Article. Ac, Ac. a'l of wl.ich. gu irnteeing the purity
and geoiunrnrae of every siluli , tlwy iil sill at the very
losesl market pi ice for ca.-h or ou the uial time to unctual
Th-y are determined to tend out no artirle of medicine
ab' Utalu b their can be ai.y doubt whatever with reference
to Us purity.
Tin v r pectfullv solicit a share of the P'ecript;ons of the
Physician of the city. Tols department of their business will
be U'uli r the uervi.iou ot comp. tent chrims s.
Tliey trust tl.a' their rig d al'ention and fldelit to the In
terrl of tle ho mav f .ior the in with tlieir patrmsge, wpl
merit the approbation of ttw-ir p arous and ensure tuocess te
their new enterprise.
juiirJ KFRNAN A RAINS.
IN . -IS Public Stiuare,
Or I Test pilki. Iwns, Jccnets, Fmkridri sod ether
sr'icks eqnMie to keep np a complete aud unbroken stack,
and to wl.i b ws ak p-rli. u'ar attention. mays 1 1
a v Uc rstrcct.
UT B have Jast opeawA a fins aasorlmetil ef I e foliowl
lacB Horse ftasia C a am. as :
ibs BisbSBSB Isa:b tBABtaat
Uaaoisa tisirna s trmi Iaadb ;
do So Oa taw do;
C. K Oabs RaKvo;
Cass erju. liaaiwa Uosat;
liiimu tuaB Nsaa; ,
Dates ass lur:
fpssa s Jicii paws;
bevoMM's t'snasuB :
ap4 j w. hosto" tyv.n bfsrt
WB.BBUlLAT. BtlBT. M'CokkBU AB. C. SBtSSCST.
Excelsicr Wharf iioat.
SMEDLEY, McC0N17EL& CO.,
Cornelia lion and Fonrarding' lt!ercliAnti,
PtUl t All, Kb.
IU B wsssld rasptatauUg (aurm BtviVAas a4 lhleeva,
l I that s are sw Reet ag sn I rorwarsna tiessls
from 'or e'th UrgsstsB-l best t haif JtuaUea the Wsswsr
Waters aaring entirely uw, Uii augl -
' Strained Ilourf.
A mi ItTItLA, luf swslj . U.KRTSiCO
n. JuttsU scr. tua4 atMlgrocI H '
AtOt JIA.nS 'e.Vb., j sodf rsaUbr
t IV i, DsCKkr. fHs.Ors,g.
HEVV YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VISCHER OWEN Geo'l Advertisinf Boose,
ArPLrroa' BtrrLiia,84 Broadway, new xora.
A V IT AlIXlXC. V.IiKMMT.
A PhvsiHanof hish stsndinr.and formerly a Professor In
one of the Medicsl Institutions of this country, bow retired
from active practice, who has been suffering f om Pulmcnary
Dlsea-e. discovered, while travelling in Kouth America for
bis health, a care for Consuro tion. Bronchitis, roughs.
Col is, and general dvbi ity; and being aware that Thousands
are snffering and dying annually from this most dreadful of
all disease-, he Is d -sirous, from tbe principles of humanity,
of making known this nv st valuable remedy. Upon receipt
of fifteen Cents, In Postage Stamps, or Change, he wdl send
a Recipe, with, full directions for making and successfully
The amount required. Is spoiled for Postage, and the pay
Kent of thl advertisement.
Address B. K. DKVERODRH, M. D,
uneil t Box 23. P. OA Broohlris N.Y.
Plate and Window Glass.
HE ROY, STRUTIIERS & CO.,
No 42 Cliff t, New Tork,
IMPORTERS AND MAUFACTURERS' AGENTS.
CHANCL'3 tNQLUH SHEET, CROWN AND C&TSTAL
PLATE WINDOW GLASS.
Fluted Glau for Sky-lighti. Green Honaes, etc
COLORED, OHXAML.HTAL, :
Optical and 31icroscopic Glass.
THE 1OND0N AND MANCHESTER PLATE 0LAS3
C0MPANYM THICK POLISHE0 PLATE FOR
ET0RE WISD0W8, Ac, Ac.
II en eli Glaaafor Floora and fsky-Iijhte.
ATTENTION Is Invl ed to the shove various dee lp
tions of Wibdow Glass in qe for Btobe1, UwioxtBOS,
and other purposes. The qua'ity of these article is inferior
to no c rre ponding description, and in many respects
btpkbiob. Ourgheet Glass wil.be f m'd better than the
French in its freed ra from 8tain, Rust, Ac.
Being Agents for two of the larget-t Glass Manufactories
in Kn-ope, we are enabled to offer dealers and ethers every
advantage in prices and large stocks. Pries Lsts will be
furnished on application. ap26 Cm
French Window Glass.
EDWARD P. DICKIE,
144 CHAMBERS STREET. NEW TORS,
Two Doors West of IIuJsou River Railroad Depot,
OFFERS to Dealers snd Consumers his celeb-ated brands
of French Window Glass on favorable terms. Parties
wishing Information will be furnished with prices on receipt
of their address. Glass cut to any desired pattern, and
packed free of charge. ajSo ly
GEORGE W". FARNHAM,
518 Broadway, opposite St Njcholaa Hotel.,
may 1 4 .NEW YORK.
F i it t niRMiv .n
Gold Medal Piano Fortes.
KTEHWAY & SOIVS.
Manufacturers, 8 4 and 88 Walker Street,
bbab bboadwat, hbw tori
n ESPKCTFULLY call tbe attention
i of the asasj
It, public to their splendid assortm
semi-erand and square Pianos, whirh,
vo'umeof tone, elasticity of touch, beauty of finish; fa short,
every thing that rend- rs a Pian.-) pe' fec, are unsurpvsed.
They were awarded the First Premium for both kinds, in
competition with the mot distinguished ma era from Boston,
PtiilJ.deltLU, New York ai.d Baltimore.
NEW TIC I UUIPII !!
Ftbitwat A Pons have Just been awarded the FIRST Pre
miuin GOLD MEDAL (over all competitors.) at the la'e Fsir
of the Am ncan Institute, Crystal Palace, for the- BEST Pi
ano forte -. TcUi tf
1 11 IMMtTA X T
TO E0USIKEEPEK8 AND DEALERS.
The Hope .11 Ills.,
71 Fulton Street snd 71 Beekman Street, New York,
Principal Office, 108 Front Street, New York,
Factory, Nos. 86, 87 anc 82 Hudson Streets, Jersey City,
qi II F. PROPRIETORS OF T1118 LONG AND WELL
Coffee and Spice i:afnbliolimcnts
Continue to prepare the bet IliU rniHCUfl leal
lowlrrlnue. for RAISING BREAD, BISCL IT, TEA
AND 01'KR CAKr8, Ac. They also prepare Mustard,
Cocoa, snd many other articles of nailv use in every family,
which they offer unor. the most ressonable terms. Cata
logues sent to dealers who request them.
R.H.U O. I?HAM.
N. B. Consumers advised to Inquire for Hops Mills ar
tides. anga 1y
No. 48 Dey st , New Tork.
SMITH'S "SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, TIES and
CRAVATS The i-nly premium awarded by the Amer
iein Institute at their late Fair at the Crystal Palace for
SELF-ADJUSTING fcT CK8 was to P. . SMITH, Manufac
turer, No Dey st., New York.
Meichart wiilfi' dit. greatly to their advantage to call
snd es-irmne Smith' ex-ensive assortment of these very
fashionable artie'e- for the ntck. Oret irdocemeiits will be
offered to Jobbers f.-om Western and Southern cities.
"e'erente ran he h ol to nearly all of the Brst-class Job
bing Houses of New York City. jan7
O. W BCrKkLL.
T J FOOTT.
O B. CABIOO.
IIusscl., Scott ;'& Co.,
C031 MISSION MEK CHANTS,
NO. 50 BR AD WAT, NASHVILLE.
RfSSELL, SCOTT A CO. have Just received aDd for sals.-
too bgs Pris e Bait. Coffee; 5 eases Matche;
5utl kg- Nails, various brands;1 50 d Pa Died Buckets;
IMl psgs tstar Candles; i Kln-sts " Tubs;
M " Opal do: SIX) reams Wrapping Paper; '
7S boxes Hummtr Mould do; IM boxes (ilaoware;
75 " B ir Soap: I 4 bb s Smith's Summer Ale;
Itsj (00 Regalia Cigars, rarl-1"0 " Hectifled Whisky;
ous brands; M u Bourbon and Rye dor
MJbtiT'b ceo, all grades; i N Reserve do;
an pkg 1 as, very tne; 1 85 " Brandv, in A Rum;
8Uaksfnla; 1 " Port and Ml. Wine.
With all other articles usually kept in our line of business.
Tfor tyeee springs.
VN tm ibiis will leave the 8'. C oud Hotel every other
di.y at 4 o'clock, P. M.,co timet cing to dsy, an't return
the d v followinf . tea's can be seJUteJ at the ct. Cloud.
EVANS, PORTER V CO.,
WHULKALF PKALFR IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS.
No. 51 .flarkft Mr--i, Mualit ille.
T Rare now in re.eiptof our Fall and Winter stock of
VV DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, IHH ITS, SHOES, Ac
ta an examination of which we respectfully call the atten
tion of Merchants vb-itfng this city.
Onr stoek comprise everything usually found lb a lobbing
house, and having been purchased under the most favora
ble circum-tai ce, enables as to offer inducements to cash
and punctual time dealers.
DL'KtiL' R A COD ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTH
alwsvs . n hand.
ty l.lnsey, Jeans, white and striped Cottons, Socks and
Feather taken la exchange.
auait IYANS, PORTER A CO.
OH CASH and 1-S CASKS fT&E BRANDIIS
LJ 25 bsrrels Ameiican ditto,
vo packages Catawba do.,
'.'." boxes Jose Micheline Cognac do
ill " Brandy Fruits,
f bMs Or anus tirevs heotified Whisky,
6J " Fle'cher's Neutral do,
Vat n Pike's Magnolia do.,
i I " American and Holland 0m,
15 " Native Wine,
49 M Oi l Rye, Boo. boo and Reservs Whisky,
1 tat dBen Brooms,
t0 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powderesl Sngirs,
6 kegs lad,
150 Kbla. tirnJerff's SuperBne Flour,
bo boxes Tobacco, various btand.
15ti b igs Baltimore and New Orleans Rio Coffee
fi boxes S an,
V5 Pearl S'arch,
t'O " 8ti Cao'tles,
50 " Long and S Ut Jars,
Vei " Quait, Pint and Pint Flasks,
Together with many other srt-cles which we sr nfferla
cheep Ii the trade. . SICH0L GrtKtiN A BARtY.
Ws have oa rAosignsneot- t5 bbls Prime Clover Seed,
M bags genuine Loudon Lady t otat.es. Cheap for rasV.
A large to rf Prims Bacon and Lard always rand.
Cash orders filled at the ih irteet notice, at No. 45 and 41,
College t , by a N.'. A B.
Snrinii and Summer Fasliionsfor 1356.
w J. BROWNE
YfTOn.T) respecful'y itf ran hs fime' eas omers.
and lbs poolle at large, thai be hss just ret urn-
ed fre-w hs ust with all the late styles aod pattrrni
a,0l !bc Nra sod Summer, which b' is prep red
to make up in the I .test fishioo. ttra'erui f-ar mrr lioeral
tty ob las part of the pabtta be solicits ootinuaoce of tht
Leraer ol Dederh.-a street a the Buars. BsarK
To i;cllcmcii or ;ooaTast
We kave Just receivec a lot ef
.SfRIHQ AND SUMMER GOODS,
COMPI1MSO Bifcc, aod all diff eveal shU s ol Fancy
C-4rxd Cloths, i lack Doe-sala CMiuers la great va
riety ol twlors and s-yks a lib a Urge aeruaent of Casb
see.il,.ieliy, Mareri'Jes aad ether YesUogs. .
Mav og a first rate Cutk r, aa l the beat el wc-rkasea, we
wt'l aiaks up the above geoda ia ! avatest Baauar, an
ae-vwitieig t the hs et styles, as pwiJtrhed ia tbe New Tail
aad Pans Bot ef Fabioas, wK eh ws rrrelvs ssoritMy.
it,ino A A HMO II.
sra'r?4 n. IJrVda'M . b Oflle
Fact Abqui Ambroirpei,
Ayt ItltU TV l'l.H were "sbWiscsaf' la KasbsiHa
bv A. lAROOMBK. " ' e
Aaibeotviees are wiasle B"h-r ela la KasbvSlt than at
the Assbrotrpe boaa. He 40 Colleirs t. - .
AsstsrnrvB.is are ssade apea a wbb p"ts rta, berewtl
eaiiy sealcst, and tbae pvetceted aea.a4 att aehLuty f ba
JBre t .
atsBertvre CewntvrtMte mrm ssade etaste glass. Bet
seaWsl, aod see B se seae aa aw aassisiajry tsaefyv.
- wtws5yrs were saaassevl kf U laili s n flattings ih
ttM Bmia li eiher ptetert. Other Be basrresr tbe sxtaw.
aa ap v M k bbj mweMe fit r hw bbcAS lbs tnaia
asssBta ef aa BBBbeettpa ' tees east daeatss ty , asblt
' - ' WAITED "
TO bet sa8 tesiic It). Bf t rep'-. fr9i
CINCINNATI ADVERTISEMENTS. '
Cheap Cash Store.
CORNEB OF WALNUT AND IE0ST STREETS,
; CLyciyjvATi, omo.
Wood and Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
! t Roofing Material, &c. :
W) pkgs cov'd Backets;
t50 dosen Bail Bixra;
800 nests Tubs, pain ed:
1S5 dot B md Boxes; ,
20 - Uarees; r
1 0o Z nc Wash Boards;
15.00J Plow Handles;
7 nests White Pine Tuht; '
125,CS0 Cine Fishing Poles; '
800 asi'ted Liquor Kegs; .
)0 dot b B Cedar Cans;
?5 " Nest Boxes, varnlsh'd
W) V Painted Tubs and
875 uos Varnished and Threet
81 .000 BSi'ed Broom Handles;1
176 doa white Cedar Buckets,
800 dos Tar 0 -us; .
800 pkgs Half Bush. Measures
' 75 dos rme (.barns, assorteu
' 15 B B Celaf "
100 nests white Cedar Tubs;
125 dua Well Buckets, au'teL
. . . 11ASHKT WARE.
!0l Wlllnw Wagons, common;
15) - Vl extra;
8o0 . u Carts, common;
75 Fmpire Cabs;
8o0 extra - 44
150 dosen Willow and Rattan
7' 0 nests German Market do.
80 . Clothes do;
00 doi Feed Baskets, la stbra
snd to arrive;
200 dosea assorted Market
25 dos Children's Kattan and
5 dca asi'ted Office Chairs,
Rattan and Willow. Terr nice and cool Ui Sumtt er.
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Basket-; Work, Fruit
and Flower Stands. Also Willow Work made to ordeJ.
FANCY GOODS. '
1 00 dos Festher Dusters;
fxH) " asa'ted Shoe Brushes;
100 " ex. Scrub
45 Rocking Horses;
i100 bales Alteant Mats;
50 Jute Hark and Skeleton
85 dos Toy Air Pistols.
COIIDACE, Ttl.Xi:S Ac.
l0cDi's X and IX inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
10 coils IX to 8 Inch do do 6)0 do;
150 col s )t , H to inch do do, assorted;
85 reels Bed Cord and Plow L'ne Manilla;
850 dos Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord:
100 dos Hemp Bed Cords; ,10 bales Carpet Chain ; .
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; 1 500 Ids Wool Twine,
1,50 lbs ? x " 'Sou 1 s Seine Twine;
74 bales Batting; 15" reels Hemp Packing;
85 ".ickinn; I 75 ooiis Tarred Rope;
450 M Wrsppine Twine; loO Jute Rope;
1,500 bundles (Frnnd) 1 angerman's Wrapping Paper; '
1 800 " Mcgreuor's . . do . do;
8,000 reams Lockland do do;
1.Vt reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 " Ham " I TO Batting do;
51,000 lbs Rooflng do, dry ; 15,000 lbs Roofing do, satu'ted;
: StarCanr'les, Lard Oil, Opal CaLdles, Btearine Candles,
Starch, German Soap, A 3.
t HIE WORK.
Eeives, Riddles, Sand and Lime Screens, assorted.
CEDAR FAICLTS, ;
Assorted sizes of best qualities, In lots to suit.
Alto-Bench Screws, In half doses packages. In lot.
Wood Saws, Saw Bucks, Carry Combs, Cards, Brushes Tacks,
Rivets, Ac. ' -
IRON ROUND KEGS
A full stock, assorted sixes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
ers' use, constantly on hand.
Pine Churns, 19 80, 82, 34 inrh; Red Cedar do 16, 1 3, 80, 22 do
Cerdir do 16,13,20,28 do I'ainted do9o,84.4 do
Brass Hoop do" " " do ! Barrel . do 16, 18, 80, 82 do
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do ;
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top:
For sale by 8. M. BARRETT, '
may 14 . . cor. Walnut and Front sis., Cincinnati, 0
W.B, SPARKES & CO.
(arccioisoRS to holla sd sBira ) '
No. 13 Sycamore Sc., Between Front and Colombia.
WH0LE3ALF. DEALERS IS
Port, 31alaga aud 3Iuscat AVines,
B0CRB0N", RYE, M0X0NG AIIELA
and ki:: nuKii uhiskdys,
BRANDY, GIN, VCB SPIRITS. Ac. Ac,
ap23-Sm ' CINCINNATI, 0HIC
PRATT & METCALF, Proprietors,
Corner of Broadway and Front Streets,
C'lC'li A'l I, OHIO.
rIHK renfrsl Prsi'ion, lartre and airy rooms of this Hotel,
JL commend it to 'Le traveling public. apl6-ly
Eagle Candle and Lard Oil Works.
M ANL'FACTCBEa OF
OETINE, GERilAN AND PALiI SOAP.
Great "Western Trunk Store,
No. 2 5 KROAOWAY, I IX ISNATI, O.
TAfi CKACrURtK of all kinds of Trav
iVA eiing and Packing Trunks, Valises, La
dies' Bonnet Boxes, Carpet Bags, Satchels,
Ac. All orders from abroad promptly attend
ed to. We are determined our work shall not be surnase
In the Union. apl6 tf
V E R A N O A J
Ban Is. 17 ix tx Its,
IRON IMMHtS AND Sliri'TFR.
Specimen Book of Railings Pent by Mail.
r i T. F; BASER,
Jan29 275 Fifth Ftbibt, CINCINNA1I, 0.
IMPORTANT TO THOSE USING
THE at'entlon of the public Is InrPH to the fsct, that
most of the Ptar Candle offered torsi's ars DtFIiIr N r
IN WEIGH r, to that what is sold for a oond actually weight
but fU teen or fifteen ounces, and packages maiki-d "40
lbs." (all short two, three and even five pounds per box. This
loss do-s not fall unon the holcsale dealers, who sell packa
ges at MsaaKD Wright; nor upon . be retailers, who . II by
Cocst, but upon the consumers, who thus pay for about one
tenth more than lb-y receive.
The subscribers have always msde their Can' les full sixteen
ounc-s to the pound, and mark packages at their real weight,
which may be ascertained by tn log them. As their experi
ence in the business enables them to offer sn artirle equal in
quality to any in the market, they solicit the patronage ol
tmrchaaers who desire to study their own interest, and, at
the same time, encourage correct dealing.
M2 PROCTOR A GAMBLE, ClrdnnaU.
JlIAILRO AD SPIKES.""
P0TTKR, R0LFE A SWETTS'.J
lVTade of Pomeroy Iron.
Constantly tor sale by L. F, POTTER,
No. S East Front Ptreet, opposite Public Landing;
JanW 19m Cincinnati, Ohio.
N O T I C E k '
THE co-partnership of Perkins, Campbell A Co ef this
aty, is this dy dissolved by mutual consent, cither ol
the eo-partners having the ass of the name of the firm la
liquidation. W. M. PKRKINU,
1 ' " W. B CAMPBELL,
law Obxbabs, Dee. 6, 1855. BAM'L P. WALKER.
Ia retiring from the Commisaioa Bueinesa ws return ear
thanks to our friends and patrons, snd cheerfully reconvs nd
onr successor and lata partner, W. M. Perkins, as aliogstber
worthy ef their confidence and patrons ge.
W. B. CAMPBELL,
BAM'L P. W AULA'S.
The General Commission Business heretofrire conducted by
Perkins Campbell A Co., will be eoDdncted without In terrsp
Uon by W. M. Perkins, under the style of
decl-deowt PF.RKIN8 A CO.
Ke II. Groomcs & Co.,
So. IS South College Street,
N AMI VILLI, Trf..,
RFPFCTTTTLLT tender their thanks to their patrons for
the very liberal patronage hereto lure eakaded, and so
licit a continuance of the same.
We conttnM to nil all erdrrt for Furniture at the shortest
notice snd en reasonable tern.
tW itrp irag will rveeive spec's! attention.
tW TaaiD(,PUaing and SawlDg Slats, Scrolls, Ae., (tone
to Older. ra
"SELF:VENTILAT!NG REFRIGERATORS !
' J.DtlYLlitfcCO -
5. 8 IIIO'T 8T NAHUVILI.r,
HAVIN'fl become Proprietors of the patent for this Plate ef
tk-BCrijrTS CstaeaiTtB Pblt-Vbstii ATtse, biba. Pba
vbuob abb Fbsit Pasauiv. a, now offer tbesa te tbe NsshsU.s
This article Is boand te tapersede everything of tbe kind
In aae. Its great advantages ben too strongly apparent le
be doable!. By meant of tbe ventilation, tbe oraserving
chsBibt r Is warrants i te be always dry and entirely free from
mouid, mut, er Impure flavor, with a current of esM, dry
air passing throath it ountinaalty all across pi abed wiih tbe
ess t ocABrrrr or ac
Every haasekreper sbow'd give this article a trial, aod ae
ene wil! con-eot U be without it.
We have different tiaes to suit oor castnnsere. '
ar-tf J DOTXI A CO.
THl ''ebeeribers so daily teceiving their DCUHIl
TOCK, aBong wlncK wtll be foaad the foDowlcg in tbe
Wloe Dcpartm-at: ' ;
Cbaispagtts Wiaes-eonslselng of the Celibrate4 '
Ptiier Hetdsiek, r
, CatMoea. bet ja.Hty;
Vsrsaney, " . "
With swastry Ww srWd bra ads tat eowasry Kercbaata,
Abm, tar by saaosi r aortle ,
. Tbe OM Heward March Ka-Wra Wloe; '
Sooth Bd " -.''...
Asaootinado Shjerry J -
Basw-bpt. . . - ; . m .,
OM Lestdott Deck Port ! . .
Prs Preach Brsasjy Oard, (htpey A CoJ ,,f
" " Otd Letvteo Daefe;
a - s v is' ChaassariM hraoat; , -
" ' . Oxt Cgmao ;
Ct-ABBia ladessaw inniil. . . ..
" , Chaleaa, M irraai. flnn4 Tlatage,
a brass' swoertor to any brvare brwegbl bere,
Aiao, Chs'eaa Hrion TaJeUot , .
" PL Jbiiea. ,
Tlrv wsmsU add thai tbe above W1r.es aae Branoise ore
Mm-raBtial as fyorsosBto. o4 being boatbt al kw cat i
trtsso, w4 ba ioio saHv tow, .
0330. S l-l. I I iTjITO,
ST. LOUIS ADVERTISLMSNTS.
From tbe Newspaper Advertising Agency ef W. 8. SWTJf
MKR, r-o. 14 Second Street, ST. LOUIS, Mo. . .
ESTABLISHED' IN 18S5.''
G. & C. TODD & CO.,
Succeffort to Ira Todd 4h So,) i
.Ve. 818 MAI. STRUCT, cer.el Slorgan,
SAINT LO'JIB, 110 a
Importers and Manufacturer of
FRENCH BTJER MILL ST0KE3,
Dutch Anchor Roltina; CItli,
PORTABLE 0RAIN HILLS,
PLASTER OF PARIS,
ROBBER HOSE, .
HEMP PACKING. ,
IKUM rttUvr BTArgs, ETC, E.TU. '
lor asssortment of Mill Material Is the largest in Xl
I'nited SUitt At present we have en hand 250 pairs 0
MILL 8TONE8. Orders promptly filled and al! articles war
SJnted. martl lyl G. A C. TODD A CO.
. --kingsu.no & cuddy,
ST. LOUIS, MO., .
Steam Engine! of all files; .. .. .
Caw and Grist Mill Machinery;
- Boilers and Sheet Iron Work; .
Par er and Johnson Water Wheels;
Tobacco, Oil, and Bydraalic Presses;
Lead Furnace Cattinge, and , ,
Iron and Brass Work of ererj description;
Fraiee's Patent Upright Saw Mill.
Boiling Mill and Blast Furnace Machinery.
All orders promrtly attended to, ami all work warranted
of the best description. ma'bST pot
Eye and Ear.
!n. c. cook, in. ii., st. louis, no,
DR. COOK respectfully renews the tende or,
his professional services to the public in this
snd the ad oining States. A successful practice
of over eighteen years, devoted to the treatment
of all diseases incident to the btb and Bab, justify him In the
belief that all who may be in any w y afflicted in those im
portant organs, will find from his treatment speedy and per
manent re heT. 1 ... -.
Dr. Cook has just returned from the East, where he has
been carefully studying tbe diseases of the Eye and Ear in
the principal Eye infirmaries in the United States; and he
feels warranted in offering his professional services wi ha
degree of confidence to those who may be afflicted. Those
whom ha has treated are the best witnesses of his skill, and
there are thousands in ft. Louis and the Western states
ho can bear testimony to his skilful treatment. He re
pctfuMy re'ers to Bon. H. 8. Geyer, K. Mackenzie, Esq ,
Messrs. Charless, Blow A Co , St. Louis; Hon. John Moore,
tate Treasurer of Illinois; Jas. Charless, President MIou.
B .nk; U. Cole, Warsaw, I1L; Capt. R. C. Henry, Warsaw,
lW Office northwest corner of Pine and Pecond streets
p stairs; entrance on Pine at. septll dswly
BEAVER DAM SPRINGS.
' pill. lavorite Watering PI ice, situated in Hicktnau co "n
L ty, Tennessee, 4Smilrj West of Columbia, will be open
for visitors n the Vntf Day ofjuna.
The Proprietor fia'ters himself that he wl'l be able to af
ford every comfort and convenience nt-eesary to the enjoy
ment snd satisfaction of his guests. His spackms Ball Room
will be f rnislird wi h the ve-y best Mu ic Ite has sl-o a
good Billiard Table andTen-l'in Alley. Theconntrv around
affird.s excellent sport in Hunting and Fishing. The Bar
will be supplied with the best of Vines and Cigars.
A comfortabt" conveyance will run every other day from
Columbia, leaving in the morning, so as to reach the Springs
in the evening. ttge Fare, $3.
Charge wi.i be per month, $20 00
s. u 4. week j M
Children under ten years of age and Servants, half these
tW A liberal deduction made for Families where the
number exceeds five. DUCTOR A. M. Kkl.LER,
Hamilton's Thresher and Separator.
iiiOFFA'I's HATE VI"
rlJAVE now on hand a large lot of these Threshing Ma
chines, whkn I am selling at Manufacturer's prkei. They
can be Steu at the Wareboiue of A. Uaillton
T. A. McCALL,
maj2i A gent f ir Manufacturer
Marble Monuments, &c.
TVX. Xj. Sliolton
TNF0nMS his friends and the public in g;n
I eral, that he Is now prosecuting the Mabblb
Bushbina, in th shor on Cherry st eet, nest
loor to the Union and American, where be
will be p eaed to attend to the orders of all
who may want work in his line done. He has
and will keep on hand, a supple of
MABBLB MONUMENTS, TOMBS, Ac,
Manufactured of the finvat Italian asd Amer
'ran Marble, in the best stle of the art. Al!
f his work will be warranted.
i Horse Power for Sale.
FIKT rate horse-power sut ahlr for all kinds of Ma
chinery, requiring one. can be obtained bv applying
.on to f . K. Crookihanka A Co., No. 61 Lower Market St.
SEED AND AG31CUITU3AL WAREHOU
615 Main Street, Louitri'le, Xy.
Tflt trm of Byrsm, Pitkin A Co. consisting cf tf. P. Py.
ram, W. W. Pitkin, aud Ii. W. Pitkin, is this day dU
olved by m!aai consent.
Tbe uu.ler igne.1, having puressed the entire lnteret
-f. P. Htram, would Inform their friends and the pi.bllc
reneralv, that thev will mntinue the SEED AND AGEJ
JUMUKAL bUSINESi under the name and style of
ThanVfal for the patronage heretofore received, we hope
' o merit its continuance. O.W.PITKIN,
H. W. PITKIN.
LouisriiXB, Kt., Ju!y 1.1S5. jyl4
EVANS & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, kc.
WI are bow opening in our new fclarbie Storehouse,
North sids of ths Public Square, a very large and de
drable stoek of !taple and Fancy Dry 6 sods. Hats, Bonnets,
- Umbra: las, Parasols. Ac ,
raving archeaed our Goods ander the atot favorable
e;rcumstances, ws are prepared to offer iuiiucrmrnta to raer
' chants visiting oa city, and respect fatly solicit them to give
sor stock an examlaatloo belbre porchasiBg elsewhere. '
We would call special attsntioa to our stock of Ladies'
., Dress Hoods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Man lies, Ae
frt28 CTANS A CO.
Baths, Baths, Baths.
FIUWKPA 11 HIS Ml
AJJost aoDpleted bis superb and elegant Bath Rooms
st. n.om hotei..
sti is prepared to furnih Hot, Cold and Shower Bat ba,
, it the shortest notk-e Hs reBpecttuilv soiictts seeaticuanre
of tbst patronage which has hitherto been M genereesly
sxteod. 4 to him. BO jane 45
WJi'iTi: GooDJi.nA.nA'.K i.ii:,oVe
vV Jut received, so elrg in t assortment of sir ped and
-becked K alnrork and Mai' Masllas: Olivs and dotted -w.ss;
:'. Uamoak Table Linens; Breakfast nod D.Btier atk ns;
t.inea t-heet ngs; Lace Curtains a' d Dama-ks with trim
ming, which e are selilag at very low price, for cash at
DRS KRLLT A MADD1N have removed their elf ee to
the Lee tars Room Immediately la the rear of Pietr old
' omce. JyU l
; AUCTION CARD.
I TS eonsesjarca ef tbe late fl-e. Bay Aectton Reweit wilt bo
A. fuly occupied bv regular Private Pales tor a few weeks.
Ia the mesa' I aae I bae arraag ed Ax ceases ie at rooms
to bo d wy Aoctssn Kaies in.
All bills will be settled as hsictoforo at sty efflce. So. AS
ArrSBgementa are aov befog nadc k-r Large Aectloa
laws rtia, Fall at the Old Stand. No 44.
Ns (iooris w.U be seeive for Poblie Aactioa wUh Rsaita.
EsTAlt Fairs eielusivsly for Caiah
J,19 trJ. . Hirj,ra.
Car served Fates thfs dsy at I s'tlork e Wstct e. Jew
tlry, BiunSBer Cisxiiicg, Ac, If tiki. t. DUIlLDd.
AVO. 1 Brick etasoi Bid Plsu-er, abooi 11 years ef
ate. Aaa tbe best Cook In (he Ftate, aad several
oher Ukstf fir end yocnj etea. A wo y to
,Jy , - . W1U.. L. B'ITP.Jb.
r A HAUL. CHANCE.
Till owners Bow offer for sale a '(act nf tae4. roe' r'ef
i-'AUastrs. oo 1 1 Is aa ahia leaee e timnmt t ttwitg
! -r batre) Makieg. w Is wM water there Is oo H. onset
tho boat BUT STZAK f A W KILLS t- bo fowed sy
wb-re. sibeb ss now la ssersvrut p-rs'ica aa4 rwtviog
Misj fovt of phutk a dav. TVs 'ra-t sf Lot issworept .u of
brBg saadw eeeaf the beat s.ck larsas hi the oouatry. U
is 1SBilesfroos MaakvsMe, It astleo Twrwrss. A Tu oplke
wid stK be b It, maaiBj t!j'i pis Uat, and wnb i
ailent'lhe kim By t's ponrhaoers pa agooo-htf ewh.
baorattiaiswUI bo given oo lbs BsWade, r.A tho M31 may.
be ssa-1s to pry w-th srap'r attest -oa. The bssta to run
trs MUI asay to blrod for the bolaaeo of re gear, II destsoat,
A st. tbe wsgons and teams wt I bo so d, tf ds-t-sM. A
bborsi trod svrbt bo aseoe s goost aasyrora aad sasUos la
part sy For hsnbsr rt:ulsrt spfly at !h. etlco.
' . 'it i .
7f.GIor.i AR AIV. ' 1
tHTesi'baat awee 1J nr 15 tr"n inr aa, amorgvl
beta assno rW eoeks, and an xc'lwi Brk'. aha
wiia to btiy tea. ti f ' ""urf trnx rrctn 11 l-i Ii v,ajg
KEYSTOME' MARBLE YORKS."
... MARKET ETREST, WFS1 OF TWESSIH, :
; ruif.Anr.t.pin.i. .
S. F. JACOBY & CO :
TMPORTKRR ef and HeaTrs In the various Foreign asd Do.
niestie Marbles, statuary. Ac . hi-ve onnstantlv oa hard a
laree and rele-t a'ortm.'t of MANTLwS, TOMBS, MOC
MENT9, TABLE TOPS, Ae, of every drecriptiim, riot ex
celled bv anv in tle rity, for beantv symmetry and finish
CASISKT MAKER, PLCMBER3 AND MtRBLK CCT
TtrtS, fbrnu-hrd at the shortest notice, with Marble of every
desrTiptkri anil pM-ern, whether Fore gn er Domestic, etber
flushed in the flab or Block, on the most accoinmoditicg
term,. . ; ( , . -
We especially invito tttent'on to onr stork on band.
f,b . ' v
OPPOMTi: Till', P.ASSEfiElt DEPOT,
, Mncon, Oa.
E. E. BllOWX, Proprietor.
B. F. DENSE, f crtsrTin3rf .
Heals Eeady on tha Arrival of ZTery Train.
FROM the mb crit er on the 1-t dty of July a negro boy
n nmed KENBY. of copt er eJor, o tet 4 uie.ies
hlfch. 19 ear, oil, not w-jighs about lil) pounds. Us
was raised in Kk-! Tennes ee, r.tar McH naviUe. lie
will probably make his wiy back there. 1 bought
hlra from Mr. Terry of ft Trnarssee I wi;l g.ye ten
lioMsrs if he is caught in i:y Ucui.Uoihood, taeuty five
dotiarsif taken out of tbe coooty, or ofty dolLtrs b Le gru io
East Tenu'-s-e- Whi- taken he U to beuelivertd tJ me,
or eouflaed io that 1 can get him. . l)s.TIn x. ALLSH
))t o sevsa n.iUs aoota of Nashville, Isun
km a aaiKS.
WIOJAM L BBOWS.
'I 'HE ondersiirned have formed a partnership in the prae
A. ticeof law in theci'y of Nashville, will give p ompt at
tention to any and all boainesa intrusted to their care.
JOHN 8. fcRlEV,
JySWS tf ILL. L. BKOWS.
P I A l! O S
MEIODEOHfS, and MUSIC.
'A II A; (JAII MSlK.tl AlMiPl r.lt.
K0. 333 BitOADWAYNEW Y0Ri.
A Rent Cor He ie at Moatan and .ettr Tork
INSTitC .n i-; r ! .
TH Largest assortment of Pianos, Metodeons, Musical
Instruments, and Musical Merchrindise of ail kinds, in
the Cnited States. Planus from Tib different Manulaetot let ,
comprising those of every variety of 'r'e, from the plain,
neat and substantial tS octaves. In Walnut or Rosewood
Cases, from $ Jo to ii o, to those of the mos'. elegant finish
up to dss 1 a ic j so Hollas. No hou e in the Union can
compete with the above ia the number, variety, and cele
brity of its instruments, nor la the iXTasjin.T Low Pbicu
at which they are K'ld.
HORACE WATERS' MODEUr IMPROVED PIAUCS
With or without Iron Frames, possessing ia their Improve
ments of over-strings at d and action, s length of i-cale,
power, and compass of ton equal to the Grand Piano,
united with the beauty and durability of structure of the
square Piano. They are ju-aly pronounced by the Press and
by the first Musical Masters to be equil t- those of any other
manuf icturer. They sie built of the best and most thorough
ly seasoned ma'enal, and goaranteed to stand the acuoa
of every climate.
.a- h nstrnment gn irsnte,l to ei atl (bctton. er pnr.
rhase-minoy refunrt-d. SECOXD 1IAXD TIAXOS AT
OR FA T J3ARGAIX3, ccnstintiy in store, price ircm $30
llornce W titers' frlodrona, sune-lor Instm
mei.ts in t"ne,toHh and durability of make. ( Tuned to the
equal temperament ) Melodenns or all other s:,les snd
makes. Price I4.V sfO $75, 100, 1125, (140 double Reeds
and two binks of K ys, B.'OO Less a liberal discount.
Clergymen and and hurche, an eitra disconut.
Itlnrtiii' l.tiilarsi,, Itrown's Harps, Kiutes, Flu
tin as Accordtans, Voids,, and Muial instruments ol all
kinds, st lower price thsn ever before offered to the public.
A large di count to Teachers and ttchooU. The trade sup
plied n tho most libt ral terms.
IU uIt 5 One of the largest and best selected catalogues
of Music now pnblisbed. e mphsing many of tbe cho re and
most popular airs of the duy, and will be sold at ot.e third off
from the regular price.
Mosio sent by mail to all parts of th eotntry, post p-M.
Particular ami per-onal attention paid to all orders rrc ived
by mail. Satisfaction guarantee In every instance. Pianos
and Melodes-ns lor rent, and. rent a lows I on p irchaso.
Pianos and Me'odenns for sale on Monthly psytaenta.
Second-hand Pianos taken ia eschtnge fr new. General
and e'ect Catalogues and schedule of prices lorwarded to
all part of the country by mail.
Lr" Crest imlu -eaents oered to Agents In all Darts of
the eoontry, to sell the HoaAcs WATtas' Pianos, Meloileons,
and Catalogues of Mu.ic. Jvli
I. AST CALL.
Til 08s: bttu. indebted to the late firm of Ramaob and
Chukch, are resi ectfislly requested to make immediate
payment to JOHN RAMA K,
Juuei-J 42 College g reet.
JOHN RAM AGE is in Receipt of Ladies Kid Putr p Rnsklos.
Triiii'd elif pers
Misses Ijut'ng Gaiters snd 8lipprs .
Children Bront d and Black Kid clippers. With varl
ou other a ticks lor Laiiies wear.
Jane 88 JOHN BAMAGE.
Fine Sole Leather Trunks. .
SIVilitU Ai ltlZZfcLL,ars Jttotie receipt of a
file lot of extra
SOLE LEATHER TRUSS S 07 ALL SIZES.
wl lch are offered at b.w pr cos, at No. S I Publican e
jaoell BDO BNiD'R A R Z2ELL.
Will: IT! WHEAT!
THE undersigned has no "orders," but will buy 100,000
busiiels Prime Wheat on his own account delivered st
Nashville. 1. 1. DlCKEt',
Junei No 6 College st.
THE undersigned will pay Cash for New Wh-t.
june28-ltn 8. E. Corner College A Spring Its.
1 r nflH Htav 0snaburg8eks. fnrsa's by
IUiUUU JtJf I'M NAriH,
juntl t lm
8. E. Corner College A rirg Its.
TOsKPH M. WILKIN Admlnktrator having fllrd his bin In
I ths hancery Court ' t Nashville, again-t Christina 0.
Wagnei, et a s., heirs snd creditors uf ih estate of i harles
Henry Wagner, dereasel, and said estate having been trans
ferred fro i the lav:bson County t ourt to saul hancery
tvort for settl-ment. this 1 to notify all persons having
elaiois agatust sasi estate to come forward and file them wiih
th clerk an master and hare themselves made parties to
s tdsBitbvtbe I t Monday In November next, said eta o
being insolvent. ' C. 1. BRIEN, c. A M.
SHEETlirGS.- '"a'es Unrel Pin t-4 Sheetlnnt
19 " Olena Mill 4 4 . do
S3 " rparta 4-4 do
For sale by W. If. OORDvl.4 A CO.
75,000 BAMZL BM"'MkD VniCRET
VYESSEL & THOMPSON,
MLoIcsalc & Retail Confectioners,
L'.MON STH EE T,
TTEFP ronsun'ly on hsnd a Urge aasar'BMnt of
ts. Pine Ap- V '
JV Candies, C'aSies, Nuts. Pres-rves, Pwk
m Ur,li,. Urvail rraila. PU BVnlt
pies. Oranges. Ai'ple, rVa'S and svery thing of
tbe kind luoally ke.4 in Ccnbethmariee. jsnli
BUSHELS SWEET P01 A TOES, Red and Yellow
Y AMd, ths most superior oSVrd this sraen. . Call
oarlj at U. WELLE&U, 67 Mekal sb
s eITd s .
TrST nErr.lVlin, hm D. UndretS ft Fen, R.
I Bme'alr and Son, and James Ward rep, of Pittborgb
OABbaa Bsxss b, the paper or p nod AUo. the west select
Flowsb hssneever offeru In this market. Those who want
Hyacinths, Tulips, Giaiilniasws, Oernse, Karcissnsea, Jon
qal'a and enowdrrps, will call dailog Us Beat eight days, or
they will bo put out.
JEST A ft II IV ED, two Horse Powers. Threshers
aad f j arators, New York Pelf Basing aod (leaping Ma
chine, llsnJ-Rankirg ar-d New Yo'k Reaping Machine
Also, the ir est sons-r r Straw and Com ft Is Cutler rwer
fntredoce I Into this market. A'so, the Tambiirg Hay Rake
for the field, a good artic. Daily expecting Ketcbom'i
Combined Mower ard Reaper, a vety superior Machine.
All articles sold ly ma warranted.
ai14 . 9. Wf LLER,
T "'committed "
TO tbe Jail of Davidson county, on the VMb nf Jane, 1S5A,
m nrg-o woman who save her aame ss M A ft IA, and
that she belong la L. tsnks of Willtamscn nsnnty. Tens.
Maria is aboat 87 yesrs of age. yelkiw eomplrctt -n. Mr.
Bonks Is requested tj corns forward and peeve property as4
payebarges. W. . t L-MAN8.
jjT , Jailor of bavhlsua county.
TO TIIOSR WHO IlIDn.
S. K CR00KSHANKS & CO.,.
JtAnafactnrars of CajrUfa, CoacRM Zawfita,
" Ligbt-Wag-jobs, etc.
Nat. 09 Letwer matrltoS Htrwcte Istkwl!lwo
1 1T! are now ssaawfaotartBg ewe'y ee,H- A3" W
V rit svl sty e rf vebcV. tr.ss tea.
plainest ;., . tho mwt beUJ and SlAr KJ-XlJ
buratly finished to-r eat. -
Bsving rrgaesrl 'teetasw work ate a, asMtoMalntsi a Urge
amount of the kr-et of s'ork, we are p'coarel to o worn
wbkb wHio-asBsre w-sbany la the wboieeaoBtry.sita-r fog
style or doraM I y. At k-nr of evhicsse kspt soosiaAily oa) sj
HiSBr I. SW wrwRVfti as? wm
Ilvrrella raleatt CwapllBiC.
Tat. kanorta.l IsMWoveasesat to thosswolwte of Cirrlu.1
Ae. boa swAksv-d sw b httaewst tbriag'ioas tho eosietry , T
sod k lered rm wsih beevset rivovbor H Bfco4 k own 4
feoown. . Has ng fe.s.rKie rtghi r ihiscity. we are tow -1
SBastoe bs ef tnia m eoestroetias (vnpi, Bu fifes, so.
JTE-mssabe. the p'aeoAtbeOal Suaiaf fie, fteaa
4 LeT Marv.t t Sari.
atftettf .!...:-.- , .' , -
BOOKS AND , STATIONIIBYr
WX lavito the a'tentlea of dxhaais aod Tr biers r
erany to oar Urge stock of
: Schsol Dsolki aai! Stadsntrr.
v:: AT VSOLZSAIZ 4T1 ZZTirt,
AIbaj wM-h.B.Uii1tpiov CBsravsckof
,.. . Miscellaneous Wooks .
Is ate Urge, se t we w(3 Sell Bl eery lew AW'iffTf
BvVea to i sum wbe key BBSsvuaeaisv . tf JJ '
' TsACaras wo a!-1 d eS Io sx b eor
St-srk Ws Wl3 stake T1 arrsarieewsestss
os!;rr'F--bOB. aTETtlfOsi lAJf AreeK
sk BV'at -: fwrs tuiua.
laiidi and lots for Sale.
I A C ACKA3 of Vaiaame Laud oa both- r'des of U
1 T 5e,hT! and Chattanooga Eil'rrori.ll si'les froBB
Nashville, on which a depot has been recently located, well
improved ; r"od ester, gocd soil, with a fair proportion of
timber and cleared land : an excellent stand for a eoontry
tore and res hie rx-. Either aide of tla road, or tto wboie,
W'U be rr'd to sant porcha-ers.' - r :
1 d6 ACS kit, one snho from- the fnwa of Frankiln. la
Witiiamson county, oo the Liberty road, and X mile eastef
the Tennessee and Alabama Reilrosd. lot) Acres cleared
and in cultivation. Has on it a cemicrtab e Dwelling Hoose,
lasting Bprirgs, asd is pre-lorXiv s il suitable for four
hamlsome setilesiebia. X wiJ sell X, X, X, or all to sail
10 ACHS3, mostly tlmbere-I, part of the BrenwoodTYsct,
on tie Tennessee and A abama KaJIroed. IX nules ouh of
Nashville ; soil of e-vrrllrnt qua lty, sdmirabiy adapted to
the purooaea of a Vineyard, Nursery, or Market 6aidn.
IU) CKES on the Oattatia Tnrr.p ke road, H miles
from Aashvillr, berween htoll and Sledge: wld make "
business man in town a convenient and comfortoble count
rts;d nee. ,. .
300 ACRS on both sides of the 1ishvme and Ifortk
Western Railr. ad, 17 mile west of hvi le.oo Rig llar)U
River, aod 3 mile- eas' at Kingston S? mr; VJt Acres e ear.
ed -balance well tiaibered goud sU and water, and cutsv
b2H AlRE-, wil Itrproved, T miles frost Nashville, oa
the Mill Creek Valley Pike, and near the f. A C R. K. rul
of good quality. go.d Dwebii g. ttno yt-usg Orchard, anlia
a very good ne'gbborhood.
3 CRH In tbe Recokryn tts, 8 miles Vortb rf ?Tasb
rt'le. nesr the White's Creek Tarnpiks road. A most leao
UfUi bailding lot '
l-OTi of any site, from S.I fleet oH Acres, oa the Bnena
Twta Tarnp ke rsod. from t to wi-enf Nnstrvtltr; wiLher
wtihnat Timber, convenient to tueua.Vita Si riB, s.
lOLm in tbe corporat ea of Naskv Je, near Wilson'a
Springs; several oa the Frankiib Tornpike road; seveial near
tne Lt-pot or me lenn. Ala. K. K ; eve-al oo and Bear '.be
Murf-rsrshoro' Turnpike re-aH, hi the 7t! Ward, axa several
west I Capitol H ill ueae the curporat'oc line. r
f RIOES LOW T RMi LlUkRAl . Those who wish to
purchase would do well to make ear sprl catioo t-j
t,"-l' C w BJBwr-w.
Land tor bale.
I OFFER for sale (700) FE UN UCNDBED ACRES
I OF LAND lying on tb Columbia Central Tumnike a
Rob , seven miles from Columbia and foor froat Alt. Pleas,
ant, being a partof the tract oa w Ith I reside.
This Land ia equal If not superior to any in Maary county
tis well watered; (the celebrated Devers "pringbio ea
the part offered for .ale) well timbered and well is. proved,
'here are on tho premises some beautiful bailding sites
fronting the Turnpike aod ths contemplated Rail Road. II
will b divided to suit purchasers or sold in a body.'
For farther information apply to me at Ash wood P. Office,
Vfaurv coon ty , f en n oss e s.
augl 1 U - Lrcirg J POLK.
:. VALUABLE FARM FOB SALE.
F?m The Ida iftntd ft, ftl jK -v
4TX. Istalw. ak eilr.o sa s BmVeAiO'W W
svSi flveml'esrroni Siashville on Cum f''
a bbj v m waos w v r bbb bb i aaa an b w or - - - s, w
berlsnd rtvar snd V hiurt erseli f 'XV'U
upon which h- now reside Itemnracea Ml '
tract of ons bandeed snd serent fiv seres, sixty ol which
are under euliivatton, and th- balace- heavily, and a flaely
limbered as any land in tho Vioietiy of the ci-y. there Is a
cocitortable delllng hmiseupoa It, and other nee stary out-
nnuses. A oariram can Be al by an tarty ai plicatiun. For
terms, ac, apply to
LIXDSLFT A CROCKtTT, Nsebvflie. or
Junell tf R. W. BARN' ICy on the premises.
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
'I 'UK Dirtc ors of the CiBip -ny now annource i- ibo
1 Public, that this Cemetery h.s been I iid ff wl'h ra t
able avenues and walks, an-l a purtions of the gtn-tindr sab
dividd into Family L.ts, wM'-h are now c'T-red f r sale
Tbe mass ol the grnnnds ea be t -n at the fi)eo ol I lnd
sley A Crock t, where the public are lovited to rail and (X-
anvue tne same. ,
The Company feel confident they eou'd not have made a
more suite' W) kwstion for a Cemetcy In the vkiniiy of
Nashville, and (.led.e themselvee tn the pub le to pa re BO
money or rain to roak if equal tt sry CemetO'y in tho
Cut n, and s- rh a rne as N,vlll s sv feel some p"de In.
Tre ime'ry 1 new In the charge if a coir pet rut Super
intend, nt. living oo the gr and nn-Ier whose duec ion in
terments will be aaaUs In the best nmsf and at ths nsaal
The Directors of the Corpsny are ceth-eue that the
groun ls should be visittd by the Cit sens cf Nashville, and
for that purpose an omn bus will 1-s v tbe ofilre of I lnrlley
and t'rocett,t 4 o'clock on Tud. y sflerno"B the 8 h int.t
and on every Friday afternoon the iea iter at too same huar.
1 he seats wtH be V ee.
Lsdies and Fami les i'esrous of vldtirg the gronnr's, will
be al'sd for at their residences, bv -ervi:ng their, by se jd
in their cards, to the President rf 'he (Vmp.nv.
A. V. a. LLNDrLfcY. Prent.
C. W. If Ascr, fcec'y. a a a . Jj S tf
RANAW a Y from the rrsiuence f M;.J A. B. M ktopmibt,
8 miles from Nashville, on ibe mi rniug of Mi ni ay tho
1 1 d.y of June,inst., a Neoo Woman, cased Mar, ul dark
cipprr eolor and brtwera tw- nty l an thirty years of aae;
ra. her over the ne tium else, and of fine appearance, rather
pleasant oontroan'-e froot les-th v.ry beo.
Phe waa ri'sed in or near B wii.g Ursan, Ky , and was
brought to tht. city aod sold sot tttvssvs ths sine , by Jas.
R J k kson tf the nelutiN rhoo-l of Fowling Ureen. has
a fre? hoabaud tn B"W.ing Orcrn. and also sever ai rhiidrea
beli-nging to a gentleman in or nea that place, and will
doubtless attempt to get baca there, sod wom there to a Iroa
I will give the above reward for h r sppreheasion and de
livery o me, at my o flics in Naabvt le. Trnn.
Jonell WI LL. L.B0YD, Jr.
A u ii I, i; u.,iii.li,
(scccssari to r is boobs )
HAYIN'Q miilt imrrtan' add, z to his machinery, sa
greatly increased his Isriliiiet for manolaetaung i isa at
luatsssaud Mchiner of every decrpih n, atno ) tird
to manufacture Meam F.ngln-s aod Boiler rqnal in jo.nt o
finish and narability to any n ade in tbs Weat, and st as low
prices Hav Of been pact.ca Iv engaged in the Manufartnra
of Machinary in Naahvilte for ibe last Af em sars. snd giv
ing his peraonsl aHi ntion to tbenai otkCturtng DepartmeBl,
be dels eoaldenl thai he can rive s tf .etios- teal, ho may
favor him with the-r orders at tbe old stand of ELlaA Moure,
St and 84 Market ttreet, near Broad, Naibvtile, Tenn.
All kio'ls of work for Floor Milk, gtesm Bats Cw Mills,
Tob eco FactarieB, Banks, JaiU, Ac-. Aca.xecuted promptly,
Snd at the Icweat rasb pnres.
iar-a-tr . , wrw !! F je.
iraoLESAig dzjlxs iy
Iron, IVaila and Heavy Hardware,
Ms. 31 Cbl.eg-a strctt, ecnier t hnrch,
Agent for the Southern 'Iron and Nail
Factory, Paducali, Ky.
THl Boot hers 'roe Works ae met-1 h o the T -nnesvea
Farnares exciusivsy. and are st alled to ake a sa
perlnr article of et'o, Cbareoal and fud Hed Iroi, ohieb
I wi l keep a large s'ock of a' all times, and will furnUb to
the trade at PhLburah prices wi b frelgi I aodeA
D. M. Hi-LLIvhMt0Rin.
J-lfl d-n ' Corner Church aa Collegv sti eats.
NaiU! IVaUs '
IA A A KFG8 asaorted s see, jw l recrlv-d snd for sale
UU If to tbe trade at tiusta-gb swicea, a I b frelcbt
ad-trd. I M. Uill LLVUSWOK ri,
fil A d IV. C. corner Chnrch snd Cillrggsts.
' . Iron! Iron! 'I
IA A T0tS Pod llsd Iron, Iron Tennessee aaetal, of all
UU site aad tba pes, for sale la l-t asd at prices to
sail pu rchaser. 8 H. I'OLLIMi.HWC'RTll,
jets t Ins 1. R corner f bo'ch snd College sts.
I AM Jast receiving a large lot tf suino Boiler snd Fbe4
Iroa of the various Buo-bers, nhivk anil bo broishctt la
lots at greatly reduced pr cs.
. o. !f . nOL' INOFW0RTIT.
J' riflm ' V.T.. enrner Church and Col'eee sts.
., WIIEAI! W IIEAl! .'
rf nnf BCHEUif WhetwaBtedBsrscsoantof
sJvJsUUL wtom It concerns for Bbi'be.si will ba
pal I by N. lOLLIiWOal H.
Jyl . , . ' . . corner College aad Lba.cb sta.
31 ore Sole Leather Trunks.
THAT RceelTvd An bee Lot o Papcilor Fes Leather
Trunks aod Ysliee. (Ashland P'ero) Aiso, ladlea
Bancet Ilexes, single ai-d tray top of sra .'jies sod low
pries. J jHI RaMAUE.v
Jyg - 4i Co'leye street.
r AM aayfcg cash for Lead Warants. CbB at asy f (Boohs
Cborry street, over the PB-t Ottos, or oa J m B kowo
at Torke Booksu oe- jylO J. O. FkLl.OWR.
TIIR fin-t la ths Xarkeajor sale by p. UatlTslCO.
jan, 14 Corarr Broad A ft ater Fuoeet
ICE I ICE!! ICLIM
Of M05n.Y. Jity 14ta, I will eosTaseaea selling lea to
all asv r.gt.1 x cu omsrs al I sen's per pound for tbst
balance of tbe season, l&li- lsl C. . M. MARTIN.
OT II LAST IUOX-S tow. jasl rweoitresl sad frw
sals by . U. I). PIcakY.
r HAVE .UlblXlM,
L ti3krg. DCK)r4 UrLa PUDE8-
K - ftsMtere' ' m .
lSd " KmturBy Rifle '
Lisa " tstaaa 1
9.in fret iiv Fb-o.'
T. A. MefsLL, Agwai,
here by given to the FtockboUerw of the Rens'ersea S)
i Naahviue sUilnsBst Cempaey, I' at tho Eixtawbib lntaV
Btent ep-.a tbeic uc I a-.w due, and Bwt be pid oo or
Wfoeq tbe tret Aay if ftaget .!. tj der f the Boaf4
ufLHrsnora. AMfiilO-E .. CORDON, ssrc'y,
Jsueat ' ' tt. . RatiroAul Cesopaoy.
Gl. WILLlAMeOX, at vo coiaeyw Frowt tret aa4
Ibo Pub at fquare. kerw oo hand a-lh'l soyp y of Faa
Py t-reewviwa, wbcb Rs wiL be s.caaeJ to djspoao U Caaaw
awe i'abw, .
BiC0M,Lax4, Heal, Floar, Better a-4 Frye. for sals al
or l wiwUAMt Ma.
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aea aad Tomato Csvasip, Mir aa e at
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