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Xo. 59 College Street
rpH1MP?ON CO kirlsi rr.r.ered to their raarnlc.
X cent Marble Palace and having handsomely fitted it
tp for doing buine-s in a mercantile m inner, arc deter
Brined not to be surpassed in the ft.-suty and Magnitude
f Iheir stock. Having lnereae,i lacililte for purchasing
r Goods la t' e Eastern market ani making most of oar pur-
chases from flrrt binds, and fome of our own Importations
? w art thereby enrblel to sell good at lea proSt than the
purchased from second hands.
Oar mack will consist, eifthttreevt English, French, Ger
Baa and American Goods. AH we ask our friends and
customers U to call and examine for themselves feeling
catUfied they will agree with oa, both ia .regard to tea
Good and Price. , ,
We bar the best light in the city for ahowiag Goods
At ear Silk counter wilt be found ererythint Newsod De
irabla. la this branch of oor holiness we intend to sxoeL
Chene Flounced Robea beautiful,
.-.- " Brocade .-, -.. , .
Check 44 ' ' ', ' ;
Beautiful Silk Robes for Evening, '
f . ' Rh CRwn. Ailka. ' -
Taffeta Jardiniere, , , .
Then Btripe B ilk, ,
Plaid and Cheek Hllks, all grades'
' Plain Silks, ell colors - i ' ' '
i Rich A r more, ' 4
Poult ae Poire, an colon,
Rich Moire Aolique, - .
Gr. da Kap Marat line and ail kinds Trimming t Ilk-I
Gro de AWqne.Tery heavy,
44 44 Rhine, "
. , . Armine, H . 44 , . . ,
Valvar de Ispahan, - -. .
Black Taffeta, all gtades,
44 - Poniard.
BcrCpTcs & Grenadine i
We bare la atore a splendid lot of theae tood.,
Marniftoeot Flounced Grenadine Irene,
Rich Chen 44 44
44 Velvet '
Plain Leaf 44 Berege 44
All styles Floanced Bareges, great Job,
, - Flg'd Bereges beautiful,
' J' ' . Emb'd Crape Dreaaa lor Evening,
- Palm Bereges all color,
Challiea, . 44 . ' ;
, A Urge lot of Dacalls something w. for Spring,
Organdies 'and French" Muslins.
r ' - . New style Orrandle Muslin Robe,
..., Chlota , .
rreneh MinIIo ' " '
O gaodie " Robea, Tery bandsoma ,
French Matlln, la great variety,
" Printed Parealea,
" - Jacooeu,
" Cheap Mailln,aU kinds-great Job.
Mourning' Goods. :
Havlnr hUaeaaoi raid partioolar attention to this par
f ear basineas. we will bars on haad anjthiog that can t
- Ceatraa IB this lino.
rammer Bo-noasines, ,
Pilk wrp Alpaoca,
- Black Bereges Iet4tinea,
" M a l quailtiea,
' Orenadlna Bilk, - '.
r " . -' ChaUie.
A - BararderTamat4ii.
w Ponaon a beaatifol artie'eof monrnlDf,
" Bilk QnHbait without a gtoaa,
i . " Foulards,
! . " Canton Or a pea.
' ' Kibbons.
f Oar stock, as usual. Is large, eonsistlngof all the ne
Rich Moire Anrlqna all colors,
- - 44 Plain Ribbona, " , 44
44 Chene 44 " 44
44 Brocade " 44 44
. - Saab - 7 : all klnda.1 -, -
x .... . - - - -
Shawls, Scarfs and Mantles.
Ta aar Mantle Room will be found the article ao Indlvpea
eabla a Lady's V) ardroh A Beautiful Mantle.
Handkome bite Emb'd. Mantlea,
44 Black 44 44
44 Colored 44
... Keal soipine Laos 44
44 Thread 44 44
French " 44
Plain Wlk Mantle. aH klcda.
An Kztentive Lot Emb'd Mantles, great Job,
r: Boreg Bcarfa, - -
' Caithmere "
F.mb'd Mu'ln "carta.
Twlated Milk "
Berere fhawls, -
Stella bordered Shawls, '
Plain Canton Crap "
tob'd - 44 44
-' If a Inrlte particular attention to this assortment, it bt
- Kg larger and or varied than uiual.
' French Embroideries and Laces.
It b acknowledged by all that we keep the largest ao
Vest stock of r mbroideriea and l.acea la the city.
. Kmb'd reach Oollan, ,
v 44 44 Lace I rimmed Collars,
44 41 Mulin Kobea, aomathlng new,
with mantlea to match,
Fine IwbM Hdk'la,
44 44 French Muilln Capea, new,
t - t m Jaenoet r-et.e, great job,
" French Mtialin Mtta,
! , ' :' .'aoonet Co lara,
- v : w - . jiu.lin Robe for morning.
. . . ' " 4 ekiru,rreatob,
P. !.' . m j.poBet 44 - "
Jacoaet Inrtings new stock.
44 Kdrfng, - 44 '
Cwlas , 44 - . ,
' - Inserting,
Jaconet Flouncing, great Jcb,'
Pwias 44 44 44 i
Unra Cambrle Inserting,
LiD.n Cambrio Collars and Sleeves,
Breakfatt 44 44
hew atyle Val. Lac Capes beautiful,
44 44 Point-Lace tap a, 44
44 44 Brusaeia 44 44 , 44 , .
- P-raJ Thread Lace '
' v USritUODC tabbKCDTlHiVVIIWIUIilsirif
, Brussels Lace Bertha, r i
1 Point 44 - -
44 HonitoD 44 44
- Ta- - 44
44 VaL Collars very fine,
point 44 44 44
! Bi'k bread f ; 7
44 Lace Scarfs"
" 4 pi.ek Laoe Veils"
. Seal Black Thread Lae Veils,
' .1 4 I . f if.
t r Tal. Lace, an entire sww Slock, .
4 1 ' Point - - 44 - ' - "
f Ta fast every thing asuaJly kept Id a Lae Store wlfl.b
aosU a our assortment. - .
Our 8tk of Gentlemen's Wear hr Spring and Summer
Is large and well aaaorted, eonaiatingof Cloths, Csjeiaaeree,
,?tlii gaaad fortilnhlng tioo4, generally,
' ' Fine Blacs French Clutb,
44 Blue 44 , 44 ,
4 Biown " "
44 Black 44 Caaalmer, I
44 Fancy 44
Marseilles Testings, all kinds.
Silk Veatinra 44
CraTaU.Olorea, Half hose, Ae AeJ
Oar Hoelery Pepart aieot 1s wall stocked, em bracing tb
kesaABfUab aaderman Hoeiery. '. t
kik.and M bit bilk Storting plain,'
44 - 44 emb'd
r lisle Thread . 44 - plant,
...'.'. v'i. 44 ' --. oiwo worked,
A targe tot Cotton Hoeiery, gt eat Job,
Cbildrea and MiMe ' do,,
.''Imparting oar ttr Linens, w can Mil them at EasUr
ste, and bavinc a Very targe stock sa band, w Invit
artleaiar attanuon I them. , '
k Qui BturUug Une-ia ar put ap ia kalf piaoee. ';
Linea Sheetings il grades,
PUiowUaeA, -i . 44
Table Damask. 44
44 Cloths Napkins U uialeh,
Hack aback Tea eia, ...
Mnsa Tew.l of all kinds. De-les. Ae-'AcJ , -
W keep the very beet of Domes! goods, and aall tb
at avail profit, believing la th Btvtio to "Uve aod let
A large let ef Calloo, great Job; English sad America
Prints, graat variety, Bit ached and Brva RueaUag, Vr
keav; lervaate Uwd of all kinds
ii" , -
Oar et4 tr la devoted entirely to Carpets, sad ear
eastasae may ovpead on fiodiog the best aoned stock la
taie etiF eu. h price a eausol fall t pleas.
Rich Velvet Uarpeta,
" Braiacla 44 -
Ta ertry 44 44
a-fir 44 44 . .
i j tusraia Carpet alf graces, ' '
9 lodiaa Maniac, white and eolorod, . .
. . Rugs tad Mat., ta grrat variety ; .
v. Hi eh Satin Samaak, '.4, fJ ".'. i. J ' --
44 Uanaaa ds
tmb'd Lao Curtains'
44 Mlla 44 ......
-T-W . ". f the rara, . , t
Cartaia Trimmiuga, A, kinds . .
e,bss . bo. et, coll go rrt kit.
e' GROC II EZIES
sTtTr3iE-0 toisFaJ?to,rla,U sr and for sal lp
O.f-r.; l .W.SIJ.'4 UjV CO,
firiif tiu bags Pri Ksw Uileansaed altlr. tut
Q sal bf fc' SMITH. U)Vg CO.
MnrASSES 73 bl aa4 baiva k-io aw erep. ax
sal, by ' . fMlTH. toTK A CO.
CATCSLXS 10u boxss Star Caci. and 5 boies Tsll
.adj4f4r 1 virw, LrTa a to
r XlI,S8i keg bt breads for av tow hv
AMITH t.V 8
WrlJKY-W bw Pise's er iMK.sjr
M b"S Old Bye aod twtvtM w bisk r; . . '
Mbon B-'th'e RsaerveaadM.naUwril.k
- ee.. A;t- M .k,
":.. e. A Mataat l
'STi Le AOVi.Ti$MriTS,.
From tie. Newspaper Adrertia-ng Agency ofW.8. SWYMi
MER, No. l gecond atreet, ST. UjVU, Mo.
ITo. 212 IT. llain St., Comer of Morgan,
r- st. Louis,
UANCFACTCRF.R9 CF . s
French Brur Kill Stones,
P 0 RT A B L E ' G R A 1 H M I L L S
Bubber Ecltirg, Ltcirg1 leather, Hose, Etetm
. Paeklag, Eolting Cloth, Screen Wire and ;
Kill TCnteritU generally.
PEICE3 07 IEATHEE BZLTnffJ- OAK IA ,
J . ' . ,a
IS -1 Si: 1 If &t
e- - 6 . a.
l-k e. 10 In. j 1 In. 4c
1 " IPX " 8T 8-l
!'- t I 11 1 I 1 " 8
- fx- " 13 11X " 95 8-8 19
R 4 ' 12 1 00 I 1-4 1 . ;
8X 2 13 1 I (4 " SO :
4 " 80 14 1 84 8-4 "
ii " 84' 15 1 48 . ' ;
. n 8 1 , i m ...
6J,- ' 17 1 TO " "
M 48 18 " 1 82
X M 1 1M
' T SJ I) " !H
- IX" " 80 81 . 84 I
8 85 M 83 i .' ,
Jf 10 28 " 8 6 !
t n 84 - i 6 ..j ; .i
K " 80
Double Eelts, Double Price, (mads to Order.
GRAND DISPL, AY OP
Fancy Bonnets and Milin cry Goods,
FOR THE SPRING OF 1857.
I WOULD reapectfully Inform my lady
frlenda that I have now In atrre one of the
larreat, most beautiful, select and cheap
est stock of Millinery ever offered at Nashville or at any
retail e'tablithmeut at the east, and am now ready to tup.
ply my friends with earlv Spring Hat of the latest designs.
Mr etock, la part, consists of
1100 rich Paris Bugal and Fancy Bonets, imported styles;
liKl canes Hair, hoeai nono i.ace uonpew;
15 eases Kngliah Straw and other plto strlea;
8 doaen Imporied Imperial Chip Bonnets;
,874 Carton's of Paris Flowers, for bonnets, parties and
brides-. . .
ITS Carton's of Parle Ribbons, for bonnets and dress
80 d"sen Hoop Fktrta, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac;
40 doaen Hpaniiband rreneh runs;
80 dosea Parasols, amorted qaalitv;
Rich B'ack Bugal I.ace Mantilla" and materials;
Bagal Gimps and Lacea, white, blond and Matose;
Black Busal Collars andi'etta. for rooumicv.
Oar stock of mbroideriea Is not on'y beautiful but ehep.
eoatisting In part of Rich Malter Work. Muslin, Jaconet
Betu, Collars cf Honiton Work, Muelln Maltese and Jaco
net Cnder-eleeves, Worked Bsnda, Fart" Ksr.broidered
Handkerchiefs. A fine line of Pari Mitt, Kid Glovea and
Elastic Belti1: Lsdies fine snd meiiicro C'bbas Port Monies.
The Bonnet Comb and new sty'es of Tuck and Redding
Combs with many Fancy Goods, too numerous to mention.
My opening day will be the 10th or Marco.
I trust to receive the same liberal patronare extended to
me for the pant thirteen years, and shall endeavor, by po
lite attention, punctuality and honesty of purpose, to com.
mand a eontinance.
I will not deceive yoa as regards Faehions as I am well
posted in that respect, l receive by every steamer from
Europe the latest tj lea from Pans and London. ,
ty" Bonnets bleached in superior style.
K. WI8K, Agent,
No. 46 Union St. next door to State Bank,
JI. B. Country Men bants and Milliners would do veB
to examine my Hock before purchasing, as I will fill small
bills as cheap as purchasing Last.1 ; marcblU
Fancy Bonnets and Millinery Goods.
TO COTJJTTRT KEECHABTS AKD MILL1JTERS.
JHATI this year completed arrangements to enppl a
small Bill of Goods at even less prices than could be par
chased East, taking into consideration the cbargea and
expense, and save at least 8 per cent. As regards Styles
and Fashions, having tawntr-Cve year i4 experience In Mil
linery Goods, and ronnptrg imtelf exelusivtl.v to this
branch of trade, 1 am a'wa.vs posted, and not so liable to
be deceived as those dealing in every description of mer
chandize. My stock Is now in store, eonfisting of one of
the largest stocks of Bilk lancy lsonreta, and the larseu
stock of Straw Goods ever opened at Ntshville. So juat
try me this season for your Bonatts, and learn something
to your advantage ia raanioaabie mocs, at
K. WIFE'S, Arent, '
No. 46 Union street, ntxt door to the 8tate Bank. J
Nashville, Match 8d, 1851.
J2Ist BIARCU, 1857.
ittiiH'il liiiliil ' tii
MRS. S. J. LLOYD,
Fashionable Silk and Straw Milliner,
KO. 10 CEDAR ST.
.. jaTtfssT:4araar c-.c-.3sra . -
WOULD respectfully in form the Ladies of Nashville and
vicinity, that she has Just returned froia the Kast
with a Urge and handsome stock of French M illinery (ioo-l,
aM of the newest styles and fashions selected by berself
My slock in part ecni-t of Ladies rancy Honnets, all kinds.
French Lsoe Bonnets liair anJ I ace Bonnets 1 e and
Tuscan, Blond bonnets. Blond and liair LngliatS ft Straws,
Misses' and ( biidren'i Blond Flats, Leshora Flats. Coburg
Flats, Boy's UaU, Trimmed and Untrimmtd, of ail kinds
A beautiful aasortment of Bonnet Ribbons of all kinds,
such as French Crap Kibbons, Trivet Kibboos, Watered
Ribbons kinds Bash and Beit Ribbons, and Trimming
Ribbons of all aoita.
FLO WEES- -
'. A large lot of Bonnet Flowers, of all kinds, sash as Black
Crape glower, Second-Mourning Flowers Wreaths, Rosea,
and Tinsel Irops In grtat variety.
A handsome assortment ef Embroideries for Ladles, such
as Lac and Worked Collars Maltese Laoe Collars and
Chemiaetts In aeu, Bugle Lace Cellars Jscooett and 8ias
Ftounon g and Idicing.ali kinds. Lad I a' Black and White
ilk Veils K'd Glovis, all colon, 1'lc-NlcGloves, Ao and
other articles of Ladies' wear too numerous to mention.
Now, Ladies, U your time to get a handsome and fashion
able bonnet cheap. Do not be under the impression that
Lnloa etrewt is th onJr plao yoa eaa get a bandsoire and
fashionable bonnet. Call at No. 10 Cedar street, and yoa
will see that the goodti are equal tn any la the city. I can
tell yoa bounaU i on 8x00 to W 00, In fast, cheaper
than any other store in the city.
Remember, my openinc will be on tba 81st. All orders
for cleaning, altering and retrimming shall be punctually
attended to, and dose ta a superior style.
W.B. Ladies liair and Straw Bonnet cleansed and al
IS57. Boots and Shoes. 1S57.
JOHN R A MACE,
42 collegi::strei: r,
. - 1 dealfr i.v -.
TRUNKS, VALISES LADIES HAT-CASES AKD
. xiiAvr.LiG uac;
BCOTS, SHOES, AND BROWNS,
Of IT ART DESCRIPTION, BT TUB CASK OR IXJZIS.
LADirS Congrets Soots, Gi.ittrs Slippers and Walking
rhoea, Supr Kid flipper and hrota, with heaie; Miaww
aod Chtldreas' Sho., Hoots, and Gaiters a large assort-
UeouSuprr Calf snd French Pstent leather flalters and
DfwaaShoeai t xord lies and limb Corprees Gal'era
A f. w No. I 8 He-Leather. A.hlasd aud Plata TALISCS
H CARPET iBAGS, to ahith 1 Invite the attention of
purchasers , rfvnw taaiui,
febil 48 Colleve street.
New. Iron and Hardware Store.
KO.44COLLI.GC AND 41 MAUKKTMa.,
HAVK recently ereeud oa Market street a large thre
lry lious. which tley bar connected wiihthrir
old iron bun e oa College street, and are new oOenug th
lullowiug article for sale low foi ca.h or to puuclual aeal
an on time , . - - . . ,"",v -
- 600 ton well assorted Tennesse Refined Cnarcoe
. iron 4 their ewa manufacture, warranted.
150 tons assorud I'ltu. Iron, best brand.
,' 10 toasetMl.A..A K-B.CaS Sbaar.aad Gartean.
V't) Ooara assorted File and Hasps
lm) aosca Rowland A Ames' Shovels and Spades
.Ta vmb Caillia.4, Uanu, tXaty'e ALlppincoll Axes
A doaen Cfw Ban.
88 dvaa Tea Kettles "
8 dkeaSwo 11 stumers:
' 8 duaaa Carn-tthrllrsaaJStraw-Cttltcra.
, 85 cask assorted Chains
. 8 eaks Mousa bol Anvils
' 8 eaks Wright's aoiltl Box Tice.
'15 setts Waeua als all sise.
l.Ni setts assorted Buggt Ailrs.aeatbrand.
IN) pair 44 44 Springs, 44 44
1070 krgaaea'd Nail and lpiks '
J ruils Manilla Kop, aliisa. . r
W will be pj. aw j t receive ord.rs for any ef the abvt
ar'-ieSes and our frtcad may (F B gettii-g Uesc at the
' ATTENTION COTTONPLASTliES-
rtU t elntta of Cottoa-Raiacrsl.dinrtcd t 8TL' ART4
L IXtTrJt-rLASr a, tb atMt vaioabi asai-tuae evei
lnvnud for planimg eoltoa aad iiir small sets Hav .
Inc suagbllhe right M tu oataonr. and xll the atuv aia
rbine.w.bav a.poioled Mra. MACEY ft EAKIL
TUX Hardware Merrbaau at nvi., ear 4grailor
Miai'i Tsbmm, wbor we a ill alvays k'p a atock ea
band for abikwliea and aai W refer oiuB-ratr t
tl ruBot of ilr. -h Wla. rU- dirwrj-t
ai.r, a uiuuHua w a prritv atu-nJed i
4 - .RatO A M A14DUALL, Uu41rtarUl. "
AlCLSisir Oaovc, Jefferaoe Cnty, Ark, I
t)scro.tvrr JUth, IsLi.
J A S1TBT, Fa. Dear fir: UastBg tried ff-ta:ly
yeV Ctloa Bed I lft, I, with great ebrfulas eCer
yoa my ieiisv sllitii 0icirne. Hub aeftnsa. a
maa and bar (aa pBlr awlh wrb f hoTM aa
kr smb. aai do it BctWcr and leav th ra la a er
tavutabie ooitioa hr after cultivation thaa aay other
asoJe I hav il.r..u(ur asod. Tory rojeciitllF furs.
iai4-aKt JOUN WATkka.
8 " Prf3l s.SiafBeU-MS givwa a eherga.
Oeva ft a e atuai Jaaaaa u ifs or Jaw rt
4. Mo lar, LaM tret, will B awaHty a.urn i.d n.
eaevt - . a. m.!htJ
PtHntt IIMITI S T4 ui R.--'
paueA by ta tti it i a manner - . " - , I
that sw uiU by any eibar Twacr ? J I
ta t. it aw i toi asnutu-p. iin, mi ai at M '. m Isu U
r-Sfer:.fc ITaTinp: associated with me in
li"44 my buaines Mr. Ww. H. Mwcstji, out firm ia
sow as below. JA3. B. CRAIGUAD.
NashviUe. May 1, 1S56-
w. a. Mntcaui.
Ilardvrare and Cutlery, and deal-
holesale and Retail. Prompt
cnf outers will be allowed tlie
usual time on account, and liber
al inducements offered to casli
"So. 29 Public Square, Nashville.
U. Ia. W liAlLViliY ,
WIIOLESA L K OnOCEB, PRODUCE DEALER,
- CO.vi?IIMO !4li;UCIIA!VT,
lltMULtlll' ' - ' '
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
;- IRON CASTINGS, Sc,
' COBJitK OF FROST AKD BKOAD eTKgKTS,
:. -. .- x Haahville, Tean. ;
KiVlrJO purchased tlie stock snd taken the Stand e
Church Anderson, the undersigned is prepared to ae
eommodate hi old customer, and such new ones a may
give him a call, with the very best Groceries that the mar
ket wfll afford. ,,
ty"H will buy alt kinds -f country produce, nsoall
brought to thl market- fjyl4 R. L. WEAKLEY.
C. E. HARDY 6l CO.,
GEOCESS AND COMMISSION AGENTS
ANf DEALEB IN , ' .
Bacon, lard, Jlour, Fruit, Feathers,
and Produce generally,
NO. 58 BROAD STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNES8R
doelO - - -
(Ute of J. G. A C. Robertson, Broad street.)
and Dealer in
Fruits, WnU, Cigars, Tobacco, and Taney Article,
No. 17 Market street, opposite Morris A Stratum's
WOULD respectfully Inform the eitisens of Nashville and
nrroundlng community that he Is permanently loca
ted In the above bnsin, and wonld be pleased to receive
a share of public patronage.
ST Particular attention paid to orders rrom me cno-
D. W. RUSSELL,
MAJTUTACnrEEES' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
- OFFICE AND STORAGE AT
R . L . WE. A K L E Y ' S ,
Corner of Broad and Front Sla., Kashville, Tenn.
Drane A Hale, Clncicnati; Graff, Bennett A Co. Pittsburg
Crane, Breed A Co., do; C. Ihnwen A Co., do;
P. M. Barrett, do; Smith, Guthrie A Co.. La;
H. G. McComas, do; Housrman A Smith, St Louis;
And Merchant of Nashville generally.
CF" Orders handed me for Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louis
ville or Rt. Louis manufactured articles will be piomptly
STEAM AND GAS FITTERS,
13 DEADEIUCK STREET,
T E keep constantly on hand and for sale. Lead Pipe
V V and Sheet Lead ol every kind; Baths, Waab Stands,
Hydrants, Water Closets, Lift and sorce Pumps, Ac;
Wrought Iron Pipe, from )ic Inch up to inch; Iron Fittings
of every kinds to suit do; connecting 0 cks, Air Cocks, and
Globe i'alves to suit pipe.
Parties in the country can have pipes cot and screwed tc
any length, with cocks and fittings to suit, by sending
Goods taken to river and railroads free of charge.
CHARLES F. REGUIN,
HOUSE, SIG5, AND
o. 62 College Street, up stairs, opposite Sewa ee
House, Nashville, Tenn.
anl ' '
R. T. FLEMING,
DUSO, S 1ST 23. ,
62 Union St, NASHVILLE,
Between Cherry and Summer streets.!
U" Orders from the Country promptly attended to. g1
GILBERT & CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants;
NO. 81 BROADWAY, CORNER COLLEGK ST.
JOHN Y. GILBERT Anctioneer.
INa. fiOLD WATCHES AND GOLD JEWELRY kept
constantly on hand, and for sale on better terms than
any house la Nashvlila, Al-o, Gilt Jewelry in great va
rietv for sale to dealers only.
trT We sell at Auction every night.
We duplicate and sell Goods duiing the dey at Auction
Prices Too can aave from 10 to 25 per cent, in all the
Goods yoa wish to buy in our line, bv i"t cillin g at
. GU BfcRT a CO.'S,
Jan15 No. 8T Broad wa v.
THE aadersigned have this day formed a Copartnersh 1
under the style of
IVOEL & CO.,
For the parpose of transacting a Wholera'a Greeery, em
mission and Joiwardicv Buaioese In this city, in the large
and commodious Warehouse, No. 1 South ( olirge street.
corner of Spring street. We wiil, at all times keep on
band a Urge and varied aasortment of Groceries, such an
this market requires and at price which will no doubt
pie seailwbo mayfororas with their eust.ro. f)nr best
exertions will he ilevcted to the sale of Groceries and Pro
duce consigned to as, and the Feceiving and Forwarding
Business receive onr proer-pt attention. We will buy all
kinds of Country Produce at the highest market prices.
January I, '01, . , ; o. r, nuaii,
fanS S. A. G. NOEL.
t. . emca. oso. a. aas.
QUICK & JlIiAIJ,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
WH0LE3ALS AND RET Hi
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLEGE STREET.
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, Unbolted Floor, Buck Wheat
Flour. Seconds rborta. Bran. Cora Meal. Rye Mesl.
Oats, Corn, and Bye Hominy.' In store and for sale. Wl I
be delivered to any part of the eity free of charge. i
. - yuiva. a hmu,
jan8 No. 11 South College at.
SMITH, LOVE & CO
No. 8 Market Street, XasliTille
lX KTOKR A.M FOli 8) A 1,1?.
800 kga Vi hreiing Nat's; - 100 bairn superior Baltimor
00 dosea wash Hoards; Coffee;
1p0 dsra Painted BockeU; SO pk as Brandies. Wines aa
8iHl bbls Kectified V hisky; Gin;
00 bbls old Bourbon A Bye I,0W X H boxes Bardine
. KATRESS-MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER!
WA TEH STREET, A FEW H0VS X0ETII Or TUX
COTTOX FACTORY, FSAXi'Uy, TESJf.
WOULD respectfully be dob Dee to the pubilcthkt he Is
now prepared to execute all order In th above line
withneatixae aad dstpateh.. Matreasea snade to erder of
liair, M-s. Shark er Cottoa, and of the beat suateriaL II
guaraniiea that, from bin kno ltdge of ti e baaibessBBdhi
lacilltw for procuring material, be ran ciecut order In
Ui above II oa, cheaper tbaaany other artablUhment ia tba
State. He hopes, b straet auentioa t. buinas,M prooar
a liberal shars of public patroaag.
f, tm 6. FNSET.
Tthe old and well-known Mammoth F3ZX
il Llrery and Sal htabie, l( Soula VtZ"!.
Market street, by U. W. ItVMS R A CD. KJX-jr
liav openea our Stable for public pal
ronage.and all we ask of our ieiicw-dtuMns bt a fair trial
In all It departments W keep constantly oa band, tat
ra Horse and Buggies. low fut the tia. l'b-i -ly
2& LIVERY STABLE"
WM. T WRIGHT k CO. would retpectluliy inkoai th
eitisens I fahv!lie atd it pubiis gebetaliy, U a
they have purchased ll.d e 1-kt.cao litery 4'b,e and at
the stoik aiid fixtures, 8irB ily occupitd ky Nm.J.lhli
ltps,on Murktt strteijutt ktlow th rquere.
We are prepartd to teard hurts, by th day tr week ,1a
fine at) I.. '
Wa 1 bv first-rat lot aad box-stalla ta aceemmodate
Drovers, and ail wr fntnii who may lavet as aitbtbeir
a pledge ourselves t gtv satifactla la all eases '
W kave a 'arice uunbH of fie fe4tii-iiOf Mts and flee
Bagele to hir al all Uaea.
Ih. fart Is, w da B"l int-nd being surpassed by any
Skableia th soatBcra CnuLtrj. CotraBlrng an sc. for
yaunsMves WM. T. WRiOllT A VU.
tVu ly .
AMER.CA.1 SALE AND HACK STABLE . .
vatn CHgSCH STEEET, IT A3HTIUX tfm
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOH, ,
IF yoa vUk w hir a 8a HACK, a B MUKS er
or, a fl eDlLk-auiuK, a FL'RMiLKK CAtt.
BtGl.AH:.V AwOt.or anyttitagat the UVK JfaBLS
U.N I, fall at th eaov iuufcBi&t and jea ea a. -wasililwl.
Horaes buaroVd a ressoaal 1 tenna. and th boat ear
taken t tb.m ta afekuaa aod la beai a. All I want ia a
faur trial, aad t warraat sauBtaotata t. ail pera aBa Bay
!Ttr a with tb.ir ewus, , -
N . B. I Rave a ay ot. aaad Bor I B.
iaubl . . . . H. . COMBS.
TO FCNFRAtt"frttrAKt5fl la IbeaKy aadeooatry.
tttMCI FAtatr t kTALIOBt kJALCAIUTavaa
be bJ, Wml.a!er R.uil, by ai t
u. w.arELL, Ag.et.
' At L, W(tXilTT4,rwv feriaa; frcst eta. jdrcl
WILL-FIND A FUUe SUITLY OF
; TflTU UiR AXD FNDLEJ-S CMA rOWERS,
" wT1txa wrT '. , e ,
fcU JOBKIIOJf, BOlLf ? COTL
riaste snu. wilt od it'u.o tvis,it re
XltXlS A SALV?,
FIRE INSURANCE CO
OFFICE North-West corner of the Public Square, OTer
Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office They will take rinks on
Dwellings and other Houifes, Goods in Store, against Loss M
Damage by Fire. Also, Marine and River baaards, from
and to all ports. '
Also Negroes against the Dangers of the BiTer.
JOHN M. KILL, . JOSEPH TACLX,
JAMES COKREY, . THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWFN,
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLI3,
R. H. GARDNER, N. R. ALL0WAY,
W. 8. FAKIN.,
JOSEPH VAT1.X, Prea't.
A. Tf . BUTLER, Secretary. ' t
- Capital 100,000.
(ALL PAID IN AND 8ECURED.)
THIS COMPANY being fully nrganixed.ao ording to char
ter, is prepared to writ Policies against LOPS or DAM
AGE BT FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Waresand Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Negro Policies granted at Current rates .
Office, No. SO College street, East side, between Union st.
ana ruDiic square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BFRRT,
ANTHONY W. TANIXER, - - JAMES WOODS,
JOHN RIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
HFNRT HART, Ja, R. C. McNAIRT,
TH08. W. ETANS, HUGH MeCREA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
' June Walkib, Secretary. mv
NASHVILLE INSURANCE OFFICE.
iETXA INSURANCE C03IPANY,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
, CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, f 265,000.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL, 1,250,000-PAID UP AND ASSET8, $525,C0O
New York Life Insurance Company.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL 81,100,000.
Fire, Marine, Inland Hull and Life risks taker on equitable
terms. jumfph naph.
No. 85 College street, opposite the Sewanee House.
Nash ville, Jan. 82d, If ST.
D ICE. 80 casks landing from Railroad, aod for sale by
Al jantf t JOPEPH NASH, No. 85 College sL
PIANOS & MEL0DE0NS.
G . W . klU It V. V. ,
WHO ha been for many years located In
Tenneee as a Tuner and Rerairer o'
Planoa, wonld respectfully call the attention
of themnetcal public to the fact, that he vis
ited New York last y.ar for the purpose ol matins: arraoBe
ment with th best Piano Forte makers to sell their Instru.
menu. After spending eeveral weeks in that great me
tropolis, vlsitins; the different manufacturers of note, he
came to the conclusion and who mirht be judye in this
case if a Toner of t reive rears Is nott that the Pianos of
of Lighte, Newton A Bradbury's should be preferred to all
others. He sccordmely made an agreement with them,
whe-eby he Is enabled to fornl.'h Piano at retail cost in
New York, freight and charges added, so that every one
who buys of him may know that he is not paying more for
his article than he would be charged by the manufacturers
themselves if he were to vi'it them in pevoi. Tbis Hnure
la making twenty Pianos per week, a much greater cumber
than is ma!e by any other in the United State, and for
purity and volume of tone and fineness of finish, both in
side anil out, the proof ia lhat they aland wholly unrival
led. Theae Pianos were awarded the first premium by the
1'irieiof the World's Fair anl the Fair of the American
Institute in ISC3. Among th many Musiciins and Ami
teun who have from time to time examined these Instru
ments testified to their superiority, and rroommB'ed ihein
to their frien Is are I-owxlu Mi and Thos. IUstisq, of
worid-wide cilebrity, II. C. Tium, President of the Phiihar
monle Society, N.Y.,Thsoix rs Flsfivld, ei'mluct.r f the
Philharmonic Society, N. T., Gsolqs C Foot, juror in
the Fair of the Amerirao Instlute, in 1S.MI.J. La an, U. C.
Hill, F. H Nasb, Kdward Hows, Jr., Ac, Ac.
Geo. J. Wxbb, of Boston, the well known snd popular
Teacher ana Composer, after examining these Instruments
and testifying to their entire snperiority, opened a House
In Boston, the central point of the once renotrnd Chicker
inr, and within a short time sold onwards cf Forty Pianos
to his music . I friends and acquaintances, many of them of
the highest style snd fini-h Ci)0 or ii 0.
This is the first New York Piano Agency ever established
Geo F Bristow, of New York, thediitinguhedcompos
er. Organist and Pianist, was authorized by the New York
Harmon c Society to select f-e lt Piato that coild be
made for their ue. He gave the preferenie to Lighte,
Newton A Bradbury'a "large scale" over all others Gmnd's
not excepted, and purchased one for the use of the Society.
But Mr. Risbrb tleetns it unnecessary to multiply worns
to the people of Middle Tennessee. The fact, that he hs
been for many years a surcessful Tuner among them, and
has met wi'.h, and Tuntd and Repaired Piano, of every
make, should in.'plre confidence in his judgment; and the
fact that he regularly vi.iis them twice a year would show
that it is more to bis interest to ssll them a good Piai o
than it could be to that of aay other dealer. As to the
price and quality of these Pianoi, Mr. Kibb.b exhibits th
price list ar d description of th Makers, which contains
twenty il fft-ret t styles at prices rarglrg from 150 to
8-00, at th-ir Ware Booms No. 4'l, Broome Mreet, New
York. So there can be no decei t'on practiced with refer
ence to price or stjle of fl nish, al honsh the Pianos are not
seen udm'1 ile ivereo, and he is authorized hy Memrs. Lights
Newton A Bradbury to give warrantees of all tteir Pianos
sold by him.
Mr. Kikbxk also visited the well known MHo-lecn Estab
lishment of Carhart, Ntedham A Co , No. 97, Kast 33d M ,
New York, and made an arrangement wi'.h thrro to furnish
Melodeon", so that he can sell them at their Ne York retail
prices , freight added. These Instruments have become
ver.v popular in the astern and North-Western States, and
truly deserve th notit e of all these who are
"Charmed by concord of sweet sounds."
He has alo an arrangement with the tin of Firth, Pond
A Co., New York, which enables him to furnish Sheat Music
and small Musical Inalrumtnts at New York p toes.
All communications horn the country oa th. subject of
Pianos or Melnilenns orof Tuning and hrpaiiinc will be
promrt'y attended to. Families residing ia the city rn
leave orders at mv residence, opposite Odd Fllow' Hall, or
addreta through ihe Poal-Offlce, G. W. KIBBEE,
aiarcn i, -oi.-iy.
LAEGE STOCK OF
HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO
FOREIGN WINES, LIQUORS. &C,
. .. aT -el T f ,- ft - m ,
1Q CEDAR 8TREET, have the pleasure of Informing
J their eastouer and the trade generally, that thel
are Just in receipt of the largest and most complete astortr
ment of goods in their line ever oOerrd in thisoitr. The
also take this method of thanking their friends fur the very
liberal patronage hitherto bestowed on them, and hope in
consequence of the greater inducements bow oflered to all, to
merit a continuance ol the ram. All who may favor us
with their orders may rely on there being promptly attend
ed to, and satisfaction guaranteed ia every in.tance. Our
Slock eonatat in part of the following popular brands:
Fraganeiae, La Patrie, Wig Wag,
Magnolia, Concha, Londrcs
flor de Charleston, Dos tiiiaa. Three Sisters
Fontica, Sacramento, ,
Nicotiana, al Piiea,
And various others,
TOIIACCUS-Cheiwlns; rind Smoking-.
Marion's, . (ihelton's, Powell's
tm. Penn, Olive Fig, Atkin.on's Solace
Oevol. Arabian Oats 1-a Bijou,
Natural Leaf, Popl' vorlle,toe fcur,
Ckess Players AnOerson's, Pancake,
Aod the celebrated brand of POCAUUNTAB SVOKINt
TOBACCO, with several others of the most popular brands
Selgnette, Pelvolsen, Napoleon
United Vineyard Proprietors,
Jeraad, Magloiy, ytard Dupuy A Co.,
, .' i ac. As, Ae.
VI r.S- Vtarlona.
Bunrundy Port, Crown Port, Duff Gordon Sherry,
AatoetiUaJoSnerry, F'ne Old Maderia, Malaga Wiae,
Champagne A in of various brands
KIM) II ILK.
Holland Gin of various kinds.
Jamaica aod St. Cron Hum, sujierior quality.
Ulii Scotch and Irish Wblxky, vary fine,
Bourbon, Mouonaahrla and Tenn. W hisky, various aaalltie
French Pickltu; r reneh Mustard, Olive, Capers.
Mardine. Oh v Oil, aasurwd Cordial.
Scotch, Maccaba aod Happe tnuS. Glasd, Enamel and
epiendtd lot ot Meereiiaum Pipes and Stems
I.VO4. A VO.S
AROMATIC SCHWOAal SCUsiAPPS, warranted apare
ante, la Pinta or Quart.
Mills and llosUHcr'a Bitters. . Dr. Green's Aromatic Ssp.
Walking Cane a new lot just received, and various
.the r article too numerous to name.
. Wear constantly snaking large additions to our stock,
and will not b andrrsoM by anyone.
A U of the above we affer t sell in quantities to suit par
To Wholesale and Coantry Dealer every Inducement wil
b offered. LYONS A CO., !8 Cedar st.,
. Wear th Post OfSo.
EEGULAR NASHVILLE AND CINCINNATI
'SWALLOW, CaPT. ALEX. FRAZIER.
rT HI a bor. elegant and superbly filroKh
A 4 Pa kes I a trn cUes .mniuili.
ring tl aeasoa betseva tit above forts t!' fi.vT. W
Th Swallow is in command of superior and experienced
offioerB, aud wiij emit no h-aorab tadaeeasctit to secure a
fair propurtioa of th traes - - .......
ItCdf EL A CLAIBORNE, Arents
fcb Corner Bruad and Front wis. Kaab villa
37 J. 033 "ST.
. . PEBPETUAL LIME KILN.
rnilU RILN will barn foax bnodrtd basbem ef Lim
A Stoae (vkleb, if good Hon., u equal to oaa thoeuasd
bakcUof siackew limci la te.nty-fuer hours mr
aoida ef wood, and la cwrpvtual la it operation, th time
bmg Vwa ear tn thee ta sis boar a, Ireaa th be, aad
rrt.!.ni.Brd at th isp ( it. capoia. This Is bat lb or
Ciuary every day capacity f th kilo, as baa bea abunl
aatly 4noBtratr4 by tbo. already ta cperatien. . tl
aiM mak.e mac4) better linte thaa that burned la the er
aioary way, ail the elone being perfectly burned.
AeyaaaibarBr rriib ceiuBc.ira t tba epiy ml
th Rita, M any eih.r Intoraiatasa ia svier.nee t is
will e turmsked, aa appucaita. by lt ttawrws, a.
tbser.ertber,h Is ageal for the sa el rights andpoa
liag ap Ritas ia ta Stat f T'sstm.
j, a. lCHf.
McMiaavtlW.Jsa. 88, 1MT. Jatrfo UWta
V0 EXCUSE FOE BAD S2ZAB -Oe Pra.i a
IT slwmi'i kaatPvw4is sxtd Lbat tiU f lvcr.B4
gw fa" Fsrsat by
fct4 d. o tniirr
W. M. HAHGRAVE,
2IC-SX tI3N AND O&SAXESTAL PAXITE2,
: UUO AIYSTUKKT '
fkma bs yj 1 1 Tc
BAt . ra aadra rwxl le payttif hirVal aiarkel
pnoetawUrtdkACvX.' t. D. PICA11,
)al We. I Cuktb-e If.
RAILROADS & SHIPS.
Itl.tit LAIl STLA.tl PACKLT,
FOB S2IITHLAND, LOUISVILLE, CINCINNATI,
AND ALL INTEKJIEDIAIS LANDINGS.
THE light draught.
t, a -H
II popu'ar, accommo-
t T xtI12J dating craft, eo
s " .'.fii Nt PHrax Master. :- ar. .
with DcsLorr. Clfrk, will commerce ber rrgu'ar trips
as above, on TUESDAY next, th 17th Inst., at 4 o'clock
P.M. Having superior aocomroooBtions, with a determi
nation to continue in the above tra.'e, we solicit for her a
liberalshare of patronage. For freight or parage apply
on board or to H. H. nARRISON,
fb1-6m - A. HAMILTON, Agent.
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE PACKETS-
IN CON NECTION with the steamer ft TT
LEOXIA.the new.plendicnassen- Yf,r '3 !
ger steamer DANIEL BOONE wil)erW-3Zta
leave Nahvill every DAY and Memphie every
.iii'ntTi a V 0 : Tk t nw tieeeiee arrll I A
A. HAMILTON, J E
MrlMPIIlS A!VDIA45HVIM.15 PACKET.
YHFfine pss;enrersteamer ALE0NIA,
I r. f.wva llnm will rnn in the
twi thim iptwD. leavinr Nashvill
rurriAYat 4 o'clock. P. M.. and1
' linK'TllV .f A n'clrwk. P.
.UCU 11.1. I 'tl J ... M. 1 -
rers may reiy on tne aoove ooai leaTiug tuvu "
day and at tl.e san.e time advertir ed.
feM pt f A. HAMILTON,. Agent
Resular New Orleans Packet.
...i . . nruuiD-
s, , 1 . Tm suostanuai sieaincr
w-wi!L- I r ivn rant.;. Tm Draarrr. bavins
j-isaSEtisuDerior accommodations for Psssen-
gers, rreigni ano ptocs, win piy aurrng isrw.- -c
and allinteruediatelandings. Her erceeding light draught
will insure in the most of eases direct shipments. Messrs.
W. A. JOHNSON A CO., of New Orleans, will acta Arents
In conjunction wit h Capt. M. D. F. H . BRdO K S, who will re
lid permanently in New Orleans at No. 27 Carondelet St.,
durlrg the business season, for the purpose of giving his en
tire attention to the filling of all porrl.ase orders at th low
est figures. H. U. HARRISON,
decS 6m igtr,t.
SaSiTvII.LE, CAIRO AND NEW OK
LEANS DAILY LINE.
A u, m'jy THF.following A ,' 1 -!l
krCI,aH , steamers form fv44Off'.-:4b I
sS-teBl the Dailv Cnit- sB3fcsafea3 -waaS
ed States Mall line between Nashville and Cairo, leaving
Nashville at 18 o'cWick, M., and Cairo at 6 A M.
J. G. INLINE, Hrm Master: CITY OF HUNTSYIILE,
Wbavsb M,.ter; AMBASSADOR, Wtatt Master; AL1DA,
This line forms dailv connections at Cairo wlih the Cairo
snd New Orleans Daily Mail Steamers, the I ouisvil'e and
St. Louis Daily Boats, and also with the Central Railrosd
to St. Louis and Chicsgo. Passengers by this line can reach
New Orleans, Memphis, St. Louis and Louisville in mccb
less time than by any other Boats. For passage or freight
apply at the Mail Packet Office of A. L. Davis.
O. W. DAVIS. President,
deel tf N. A M. U. S. Mail Packet Company.
It EG l LA It WEEKLY CINCINNATI A"
Sfsl"-! dJanght'steam-' Bf&Skf&iT
kSoecru er GEN. PIKE. aa iTr.rT rjiei.
Ohacs, Master, being expressly huih for this trade, with all
the modern improvement, with the light draught sub
stantial and new steamer SAMCIL P. I'lBBAhD. Sural
P. HiBBtRD, Master, will run as regular Pa kets during the
ensuing sea-on between the above ports one of th. boats
'leitig in port every week. These boats being In command
f old and experienced ooremandant, and with superior
facilities for passengers and freights, solicits a share of pub
lic patronage. For passage or freight apply on board, or
to H. H. HARRISON, Agent,
octSl Cm Front street.
FOE NASHVILLE AND NEW 0BLEANS TRADE.
THF new andliphtdraughtsteamer.
CRESCENT, W. Hours. Master,
will run regularly in the above !rad
during the present season, commencing on the first rise in
the Cumberland river. She has excellent accorrmodatiore,
and in point of speed and safety is unsurpassed. For
reight or passage, apply to H. H. HARRISON,
oct8 Itf sea e Agent.
1856. UNION LINE Ol' I85T.
Nashville & New Orleans Packets.
JAMES JOHNSON, Capt. Jesse Johnson.
HUMBOLDT " Wm. Strong.
A "i .. I s A T7
ril, ItTrf , IiMB a-iw - r "r-r-
SCOTLAND Capt- R. L. Disrnnkes.
NASHVILLE, " Taoa. Bellsnyder.
rpHE above steamers will run regularly in theN- w Or-
1 leans and Nashville trade Uue of them being in each
port every 'y during the boating season. These boats ar
all owned in Nashville, aud built especially for this trade.
Cspt. B. Dutleld wiil act as their Aaenf in New Orleans, aod
wil) attend tn any business connected with the line 1 re
spectfully solicit the patronage of the Mercantile and Trav
elling community, well satist ed that the iflicers and Agents
wiil spare no exertions to desire iheir favors.
A. HAMILTON, Agent.Nashville.
oct2t tf B. DLFIKLD, Agent, hew Orleans.
ItEUlLAIt MtEI.IIT A: PASSENUEit
I.I'VE EOll ST. I.OI IS.
SALI.IE WKST, Carr. J. N. CoRBrrr.
ELLA 44 James Lovsxl.
n 'HEt'E boats will be the regular packets risr- sv
A. between ft. Louis nd Nashville this hjhr!
season, and will commence their tripa im- EJSi:"4i5
mediately after the first "rie in ( ooikr-"4445
land river. They will make their trips as regularly (is the
business will allow. One leaving each port about every
U. H. HARRISON, and
flvertays. oc;24tf A. HAMILTON, Agents.
185. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. 1856.
co.u.Mi;.Mii(; .tio i a v , jti a v tutu.
COLUMBUS AND XENIA EAILRA0D
EXCLUSIVELY AN EASTERN ROUTE.
On and after this date, the
LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS,
Is THE OSL Y DIRECT ROUTE to and from Cincinnati
and Cleveland, the only route running cars into I akeShor
Depot at Cleveland, and the only route with uniform tfuaire
from Cincinnati to Cleveland, Dunkirk and Buffalo.
.firA'l' OJEti ROUTE Cleveland passengers to vl
Sandusky, and i!eend on trains from Chicago and Toledo to
go East, break guuge at Sandusky and ferry from Old Ohio
City to Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MIAMI. VIA COLUMBUS.
Is the only route with reliable connection to and from CIN
CINNATI and PITTSUCRU.
BY ANY OTHER ROUTE, Pittsburg Passengers de
pend at Bellefontaine or Forrcat, on trains fron Indianaoolia
aud Fort Wayne to go East.
THE LITTLE MIAML VIA COLUMBUS.
IS THE l.Y RoUTE to and from Cincinnati and
WULKLINU Oil 8TECBLNY1LLK.
THE LITTLE MIAMI. VIA COLUMBUS.
IS THE OALY RvL'JE to and from Cincinnati. Colum
bus, Urefrtline and Cleveland, with lightning exprea without
change of cars.
This a great comfort to Ladies and Families
THE LITTLE MIAMI. VIA COLUMBUS.
BEING THE SliOUriT KOL'lE from Cincinnati to th
East, a uniform aud safe seed ia maintained. Connections
BY AN Y OTHER ROUTE from Cincinatl a damn-rons
speed is required to overcome distance and delais neceasary
in changing passengers and baggage at bellfouiame, lorrc.i,
Sandusky, and Ferrying at O.d Ohio City.
To all the Eastern cities
Three daily kaatern Trains at 8 A. a., 10 a.m., and 8 r a.
TIKrT 1 KAl Cleveland, Pittsburg, bteubrnviile and
Wheeling, LliihtninK express, leave t mrinn.i. . a nM.w
A. a .for all the kastern cities; also, Detroit via Cleveland,
epriostlrld, Wilmington, Circleville, Lancaster and Zn..-
vlUe, thillicntbe and Athens. 1 his tram stops betveeo Un
cinnati and Coumbus atLoveland Marr..w v.-,.
donooly. 4 "
SkCOND TRAlN-CIev.land. Pltuhur. w.
press Mail, leaves Cincinnati at Itt o'clock, a via Cleve
land, PilUburg and H heelitg, for all ihe Eastern citii s. 1 hi
u.iU .tups a i an ma points between Clncinnailand Colum
. . , TH,N Accommodation, Leaves Cincinnati at
8:3-10 clock, r.., tor Springfind, Wimiogtcn, C.rcitville
aud Lancaster, ChilllcoiLe and Hill.boroujh. Ihia train
K.t ,..,. .. . j ,,. u. r
.Int.. .1 .11 tu.l.
One Train on Sunday at i.U o'clock, P. M., for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time I Minute fastar tlaa Cin-
Pare as Low as by ny otJier KotttB
FUR THROLOH TICKETS,
And all Information, pleas apply at Ihe offices No. 1 Burnet
Huu.e, secood door West of Viu street; No 117 Gibsoa
House Building jaud old office, Southeast corner ol Broad
way end front-street, oppoeii rpencvr House. eratUe
kaatcrn (Litu. "Miami) Depot, Kast m.nt treet.
fjltx Arr frvm M A. AT , unHJ J if.
P. W. STKADtR.Ota'IAgX
THE OMNIBIS LINK .'8.
Catl for Paaaengersat all th principal Hotels, for each aad
svery train. By leaving directiona at either of the abov
BtEceswUi call for passengers in allparU f Ih city, witb
eat fail. . (may.;) 11. R. KL'uolt.s, Cendactar.
CAKIN PANMACiE '
i rom C'liuFletstoi. to .ew York,
1, v v
I rt:n STATE ttAII. I 88-'.
NEW T0RK AND CHARLESTON STEAXAHIPS.
Tarouga ia 48 to 62 Hoars.
S J M I - W E E K L T,
NA8HTILLE l.sOOTon M. Berry, Commaadar;
JAMM ADGtJt...lH 44 a.C.Turasrr. da; '
- - W.J.ter, Ao
OLTHlR.MR... .1.000 " T. D. kao. 4
f .V.Vrro1f7i Wh.rv. .very WEDNESDAY, and
- aATURDAT, after the arrival l ta caus ireaa tb
oatk an 1 H ,st, "at hl.b w.tar.44
Thee Mtratli.ps r. ail built expressly 8 thl line,
ana (or san-ty.comfort aod sh.4, ar, aanvaiiMl ua th coast.
Tabu supplied with evvry wxisry.
Atuntlte aud cviu nojs eosum seders wig Insar trav.rt
by thi line vry puMii coialo.'t and aocescsrwdaiioa.
Cabin Paag J5
r FreiM ar Passage, having tlegaaS sut room acceai-
SB4.Uun, apply la lik.ar MLviiOUS,
C u.r tat Ray ao4 Adgsr. eoiik ta aarf,
ola . CeaaawToa,?. C
. Cabiu Pa xtac;4 to INevr Vork
Weeklr United States Miil
TBI N8W AND APLtNDiD aiifc-Wutu. ariAM
ir Al".t T. l.Oteis Ctpt M.S. Wocarui.
t LOttlliA, M'Uloo. tvl. UaaC (S.SIU.
AAAUA J1A, loo ton cpV ta. R. Kaaa.a
'EVERY a A T U H D A T ,
1W bip era aucg th. Urgt aa th ewl, aasar.
Iiwi m mwltifcii ar CQafcnWfc..i. . t...
la to la bears, and areatMBsaaaAa by aAiiirui.rarehii aad
BubtttosrB ttae.Bg liefuliuu ret, asaMdUuo
Ui.y aasaas d.be. cav,yaaw w N,w 8wk.
llmriirf"' lf. 8
Aeau: PSfviFOKU. Pst 4 CO.. AavaziaaA. '
I AM L L, aliTOULX, It if .ad,,.
- ! k-mii.. uci-rto Cincinnati and Cpnr.irBcld.
FOCKTlllRAIN-Clevelandaod PilUburg Night Fspress
Wave Cincinnati at 8 o'clock, r. a., via Cleveland and Pitta
burs, for all th. fca.iern cuius. Thi.ir.in. t
Rs C. JIcMlUY & CO.'S '
OCR Buyer Is now in New Yors, and by the 13th of Feb
ruary we shall be receiving anu opening our
SPEIXG STOCK OF GOODS,
In the large brown Store-Buiidirg, No. SSColege street,
erected by Mr James awio, expresa'y for oar occupation.
Below we present a memorandum ot tome of the leading
goode, always to be lound in the different departments
which ae premise onr fikeds ad the ptbLe, shall be sold
at prices to sjiI them. i
We therefore inv ite Cass and prorpt bcyers to examine
tbe immense die lay of ttotk we shah be prepared to show.
W beg to say that just now we are oCeriii Gbbat Bab
Saias in our tVijTia crock, reaaioing on band.
K. C. Mc.NAIhY A ro
Silk and Dress Goods Department.
In this department will be found a the ofth
Brocade, from chesp to the rostcostly;
FlooDces 44 . .4 -
Piaids A Stripes'4 44 44 44
Plain eol'd Poude Louis for day and evening;
Kich kloire Antique, for proiuenaurs 44
Madelines brodeN.p an I MiXnery Ei.ks;
Satin.-,all wn.th, colors and aa.ilics
Button's Grade Khinee;
tolack Paris anu Lyont raffetis, cheap;
Fig'd Silks, premier de.-ign-;
hoj al Mourning Hou de Loire;
44 Armures ln.ai an and v.ro Oe Afrique;
Rich eilk Kobes, lorlhnn.r aod kveninn; Flowers
Kich t-arege Lobes, Oeorgia Catho ru and Po t.(.adoui
Orgaad kobes, fro:u par u col'u to full cliims
Orgrndy Muslins 44 "
New and exquiait designs in Muslins, Bareges A Jacb-
Plain Jackoaets in all colors;
Kicband u agniflcen; de.ii gsin all of the above;
AU duscripuoua of i raveliiug Drebsooo s.
Lace and Embroidery Department.
Rich French worked Capes;
44 44 lace do;
Setts 44 worked Collars snd Sleeves; .
Break fast sella it eambrie and jacouet
Setts cco ch work for travelitg;
French work and lace Cai t for old ladies;
An immense slock of .wis. and jaconet eogings aad In
serting. few is. Jaconet and Dimity flounces, pl4in and highly
Point applidue and Keal Val. Laces;
Ten thousand novelties that cannot be named.
Hosiery and Glove Department.
Here our stock will excel in variety. Ihe assortment
will be Great, Kich and Coo plete. V e shall keep
Children's H'uoten ami MtnU Hot and Valf-not.
Merino, Silk and Cotton Vests and Drawers,fot Children,
Women and Men.
Alexander and Josephine Rid Cloves
Linen and Miscellaneous Department.
We keep a complete aasortment and of the best makes of
Irish Linens, Lawns and Cambrics:
Printed Linens and Jaconet for Children.
In al! descriptions of Good, for children, our stock WIS
Mantillas, Shawls and Scarfs
Of every desirable fabric, India, French, Vienna and
British. Every description of Garments will be offered in
Huck Towels, lain am: dama-k borders;
14 44 fringed and eol'd enus;
All descriptions of ton t Is snd Diapers;
French Damask and Turkish Towels;
Furui ure and Glass Cloths;
Har.c and Table Covers, all kinds;
R ch Curtain Damasks, trirrmings to match;
Rich Gilt t'ornice. Bands and Pins;
Rich Muslin anu Lace Curtains;
HolJ Holland Window shades;
All descriptions of Summer Flannels:
Kich Table Damasks end C oths for dinner jartles;
Furniture, Calicos and Dimities;
White and ol'd Mosquito Net.-;
Summer Quilts and Counterpanes;
Linen and Cotton .-iheetmg,a!l widths;
Bed, Cradle and Crib Blatkets.
Carpets, Oil Cloths and Matting.
To this part or ear stock It is needle-s to refer, as It
concedei we keep the largest, mo eieaat and,at Ike
same time, cheapest stock in the western country.
Plantation and Negro Goods.
And all goods by the piece, at wholesale prices. We hep
to offer cur friends this season the best assor rr er t of Ne
gro Good we have ever had the pleasure to offer, aod we
most resprc'fully invite all to make us a visit, that hey may
see how fully we shall meet their expectations.
fb8 R. C. cNAIUY A C '., Itt C ilc stre-t.
BaxT bast, jr. a. w. HiCRAS, ja. Juan a babt.
IIAKT. MACK A E & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WINES, BRANDIES, LIC.U0ES, AC ,
Xos. 7 and 9 Soutlt Market Street,
W now have in Store and offer to the tratfe He ft llowin
83 hhds N. O. Sugar, li.O eoiis Cotton Rope,
93 boxes HavsnaSnrar; 4'lil gross Mntches,
128 bbls N. Y. CrushVMugar,2'o ctoiPainteil Puckets;
AA bbls do Powiler.d do, fn ne-ts Tainte l Tubs,
80 do N. V Loaf do, 80 Imxe- f tone Pipes,
200 do do Molasses, new 50 bttres TenneRse Axes, sa-
856 bMgselected Bait. Coffee, IW0 keys White Lead,
5irt do N. O. Kio do, 1.(00 kegs Nails, ass'd sixes,
SS do jr"ra do, 6-ni grosa Bloi king.
25 do OM Gov. Java do, luO boxes l-alm and German
85 do Pepper, Soap,
20 do Spice, 10 casks Carolina Rice,
100 casks Puper Csrb. Porl, So d s Zinc Wash Boards,
40 hf chests Imperial and 500 reams superior Wrsppins
Black Tea. pRr,
150 bxs Va. A Ky. Tobacco, TOO M. G D. Caps,
A large assortment of 200 bags Shot,
common A fin Cigars, If) keg. Harl.esd,
150 boxes Garrett's Scotch li bbl Clover Seed.
Snuff, SO bbls Butter A SodaCrack-
SO boxes Smoking Tobacco, ers,
50 coil Manilla hope, 20 bbls Rectified Whiskv
50 boxes Pearl Starch, 25 bbls Oi.l Bourboi do,
,25 cases Sardines, $5 hbls MononKahla A Old
50 eases Oysters, live Whisky.
'60 boxes assorted Pickles 150 hbla Hobcrtsoa county
50 boxes Catsup and Pepper Whisky,
Pan. 15 bbls Old Lincoln Whiskv,
25 bxs assorted Pie Fruits, 4 qr casks Pure French
25 cases Krnnily t herries, Brandy,
fOO boxes W. K. Cheese. In c,k Pur Port Win.
n5 do E. D. do, 8 ! do Malaya Wine,
0 packages StarCandles, 8 do do cherry do,
60 do Tallow do, 8 do do Old Vcdeirad
2" bags Timothy Peed, 20 bbls Native Sweet do,
80 boxes ass'd (ilasa Ware, SO do Holland;, in,
100 do SX10 and 10X18 60 do American Brandy,
Window '-lass, lo do A pole do.
800 assorted Pemyohns, 10 do Peach do
200 packages W. R. Raisins 6 do Jamaica Rum.
janii-tf . Uart, MAC8AK A Cf.
A. o. oarvsb. raux. a. -r4T. a. fArtcoBa.
CARTER, M'KAY & CO..
(."uccestors to Dsvis, Pll.he'r A Co.)
AUCTION AND COMMISSION WHOLESALE GE0
. CERS RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
ABU PBAI Bs IB
FINE BRANDIES, WINTR AND BCMVSTIC LIQC0RS.
Ao. 7.1, Public Square,
HE under-lgaed have tirmed a corpartnrrshlp for th
. tranaaction of a Hholes.lo Ufiw. kr..t . . i
Comraiasu.il Business, snd hope, by gi.inc our prompt al
tention to all Business entrotuc to us. that the old natrons
aud friends of our predecessors UI give us a rail and ex
amine our Stock. a. C. CART, R,
u v ., , . FELIX ti. M'KAY,
Nash vtlle, Jan.1T jo R. FaILCON UK.
POTATOEt-l00bbls White MeshantKk Potatoes
to arrive eri in. steamer Re.cue.
ALSO lift Scks Pink Eye Potatoes, to arrive on the
m'f4 CARTER, MeRtT A CO.
pi.OVI It Ml EH.-85 bArrsIa Clover Seed, te ar
Vy rive on the Seventy Six;.
tBr CARTER, McKAT A CO.
SMITH'S PITTSBUR3 ALE loo bbi. juu rcived
Jzz" CARTER MKAT A CO.
MANUFACTXReO0BACC0 -50 boxes, ortd
anil CARTFTt M'tir a m
"RSH ARRIVALS. Juj I received per steamer Haas
50 hht new Snrar;
8'' bag. Rio Coffee;
St) bbls new Molasses:
60 Ji-bhls new Molasses;
1"0 kit fre-h fish;
M bbls I'eckns.
CAHTER, M'KAT A CO.
JUST RECEIVED and now in Store
F Nsj.i l.. Cigar, as-ortcd brard. ;
80 bWs Crashed Bugar; 10 k.rs Lead;
l' bbls Loaf Sugar; 80 bbls Smith's Old Xeserve
l' hairs rho .sorted .No's; Hbisky;
9 b.trs Buck hhot; 80 hose. iSoaa
toIT b CARTKR, M KAT A CO.
McClA'K K, HUCIw a7c6.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers,
NO. 15 MARKET STREET,
HAVE always on hard Tia Plate, Sheet I mo. Tinned
Co; per Rivets, Castings, Fariorand Chamber Orates
Stoves 1 in Ware aad a complete BMornxert ofaru.1 usu
ally kept ia our line.
CouDtrt t'erc'.aa's are requested to call and examlee
our Clock before purchasing else w her., as wear prepared
to fill their their biil. apoa as good terms as any hnu al
JC8T received, a lot of Superior Floor 8caWe. Al, Plat
forrn and Connier Kcale.. )ani MeC. R. A CO.
A FIN 8 lot of Casting ef all pattora aa haad at
XX janiO MeC. B A Co.
Uf I are aow aakiag Wrearhl Iroa Stove a Utile
ter than aay boua in lb Caned etalea.
eC. B. A CO.
ROOtMlH, Ou"erlng sad a I kir. tr Tin. 8ha Iroa.
adCoppr Mark doae la lb bmi woro.aB Lk
atannrr, aad at ik.sharte.1 notice by
McC. B. A CO
Commission acd Forwarding- He re Lasts,
iMtom cr. DHALEUS,
COS- COLlIOl AND ITRI50 STS , NAJEYTXXX
RIO COFrEE.-8'v sca bUstsrt prim Ri CelSW
leajave and Sorsal. By Stikj. A Cf.
VIW 01LEA5S SUOAS.-W thds ta star aad to
y . ?"'EL A CS
Just yrcrrrra 4d bbisaad ..v kia.kri7
f ii;s i.irri;
10O bears St.rCaai'es; H dasaa F cw;
6a (Joe Pa. a ted Bui knu; tf ItiMtiuwgr,
le ee.W faiMed Ti-bu W , a4 ), bsact laWo-.
8 A mor tis v lib Feppv. laie, lj , tt4 r,
G tiger, Scap, dgars luksom, ebi, Ppr, aita a
Mia-i-toeatrit.is'kta arn. . .
li KrL A CO.
Ularblo HonxmcntSs &c.
TVI. Xj. Dlaoltoxa.
IroJtn kisR-toad and the J.,. i ga- v
Bcnuiwa, la thrfsts ea Ckwy rt vt, . J ''Si
AVer ta ta mm4 J e-uxiiv, w t.r. be
sna b p.l t atteed Is tbe wrdM f ail
wb aaay waal wrk ia his iia Aooe. tit Baa .
sad wt'l keen aa tkaMt. a taitiia uf
UAEILE XISTS, TO 31 IS. teH f .'.
S)44aatr4si of la I seal ItAiiaa aad Aexsr i
aaa ttaibts'a u ksMi.iii. of tba ars Ai.
d ats w-ss a Hi b .wrvaaBs-l.
HAILROADS & STAGES
, Freights Eeduced,
ItATE OF FHEIGIIT
FEOH CHARLESTON TO NASHVILLE,
rt COWTIHCB WITBOCT ALT1BSTCB Bmi. TBS .
First Day of June, 1837.'
Piano Fortes Books and Stationery, Bool, Shoes aad .
Hat; Lirjiors, Oils, c.. in hrr'tlrs: Camphlne and
Spirits Turpentine, in bids.; Carpe'tne, CVna, Glass
andrtlaaswar-.rignr. in eases: Clocks. ConfrefionB-;
ries Cotton Caris, Cutlery, in eeseks and boxes;
Dry Goods in boxes and ba1'; Pmr, Ernits, Fruiu
Tr and Phrubberr, gum. Garden See., Inokinr '
Glasses snd Look insG lass Piste, fat .wrtor4 rink.)
fysters in ear and jars: SarM'erv.Tin and Brittanla
Ware, Teas and Spice., pr 106 lbs .8MB
SECOND CT AS.
Hardware, exceot rvc as I- peci3erl in Hrt and Third .
e'a-s; Cofef Mill', Machinerv; Forelt-n l iquors. In
bM.,and pipes; Toharr-o. In boxe.; Ltber ia ro'la
andboTes: Oi's. In hhl... and cssks; Crnckrrv and
Otjemsware in ralev ant casks; Riee-. Whiting.
Plaster Sheet Brass, and Copp.r. per 100 lb fl-08
. TITTPD CLAS.
Axe", Shove's Spades Pad Iron., Zinc end Tin. in rrlrs;
T n-plate, Aiivi!.. Yice. csaks of Chains and "wl;
Manilla and Cotton Cor la-. CotVe, haw Ca'tinra,
MiH-Oearin'R.iTo.'.wj,ee' and Axles, Chainsand .
Spikes, and Rowln in bbls., per loo lbs - 90
SPECI AL R ATFS.
Furniture and Carriares bow andotherVghtsrrlcTe
not enumerated; also. Carboys of Acids, or other.
Chemicals, will be charred by actual weight, hot at
double First Class Rates ne10 lbs 88...!)
Have every pact are plainly marked with nam e'eon
siroee destina'lcr) arr rierot cf HrHverv. Atteptlcn to thi
matter prevents delays and lost snd insures a speedy de
livery. ADVANTAGES AND FaCTLITTFS CFFIRED BT Tni
Goods eonsfrned tn the A r wis of the Son'h Csro'ln
Railrovrl at ( harieston, will he forwarded "free cf Com.
mission" drayace, wharfsre ard postage only charred ,
bill ot which with amorntcf freight raid vesrel willb
mail d to ronsirnc. Mark pack ages, ear Agents. C.R.
R., Charleston. S. C.
The South Carolina Railroad will advance shipper
charges, so tf at those who prefer eonsigTirg to s Commit),
sion House can do so, ant! have their expense-bill payable
Allfrelh for NsshvWe ami Stationsoa the Nashville and
Chat4anooga Rilrnad are sent from Chrletonbv thrroeh
Trains only, and Shipper may rly apoa the ntmort des
patch and promr tresa.
The Ratefromni'irlestontoNashvflle will at all time b
as low as hy Savannah. s
lam authorised, and win set le prowptlv any over
chargesand d.masrs that may oceut on thl Brie.
Io ea-eof lost or missing eoorht I will tkecharve of any
correspondence necessary 'or their recovery, and If not
found will pay for the same within thirty days after notice
isirivn at this nrTce.
Merchants alone the line of the Nashville and Chatta
nooga Railroad will bear in mind :bst the ahf ve rate ap
ply to II roods f'om Char'eton, which are to b delivered
at the following Stations, vht: Pteversop, Anderson, Deeh
eed. TulUhoma, N'orn-sndy, artrace. Shelryvil'e, Bell
bnekle. sn.tervil'e, Murfree-boro, Pmyrns, and livrn ne.
I shall b pr. p red to jrlve every exp'anatioB snd nfbr
rcslion desired in regard to fr ights and evpeme-bPI
Corra.pordents mas rely upon prompt snswers to .11 In
qnirles; and every attention given to business brought un
der my supervision and control
CHAP. W. ANPERS0N. Agont,
Jsn9 tf . og rnPre ft Nnhvifle.
It A TEN Of Fit KM. Ill
ON PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON.
Feathersand Wool.pr 100 1b... 11.40
Be.wav, fiinse-g. Pink Root, Rope and Fasgior,
Hemp, Ptar Candles, Soap, Lard and Linseed Oil,
pr Hut lbs i.oft
Leaf Tobacco, rer 100 ..I. st
Whisky, per bbl g no
Beef and Pork, per bbl lJO
Floar perhbl j.4
frooms. In lots of 50 dosen and upwards, per dosen... l.ftl
Cof'on, per bale, 4 00
The Arent f te NssrWPle srrl rhsfancry. Railrosd
will sign receipts at th above rates amil Ihe 1st of Jane
A dednrtion of one-four'h the ahov rate, will glv th
ra'e to A'iiruta, Ceorria.on the artrles shove s eciF.ed.
F" Information In rerard to rates oa other artie'es not
specified abovs call on or address
CHAS. W. AVPFRPON. AcenS
jD9-tf fin S fo'leve street.
WESTim mi h;iit AfTrvTrv roil
THE CHARLESTON LINE,
Also row twb ttva row
NASHVILLE TO C0LTJHBTJS, OA.,
(via ff rorsr
Sixty miles nearer than any other Route.
OFFICE !. 2G roi.LFf.'E STIII ET,
OTFRCHAnoKS hythe Charleston Line promptly ad-Jn.-ed
s tbi. fffrr. Per ens desiri-s; In.'ortraticn as
to rtea of frf 'sht Va-ttr l or Vtestward wi'l be hirnisked
with Tariffs npon ar l-ratinn at V trtter, or by mail.
(Jo"is fiom ht. L.rls, Louisville and C'nctnPatl, to be
sent to t hsrleslon.f . C. Acfusta rd Colurrbus. Cs., Mnnt-gon-evv,
Ala., or oiher Ptatlonsrn th South Carolina.
Georgia. Atlanta ard l aG'arye or Mcr.tire.n-.ry ard West
Point rtsilro.c:., a ll Nt f..rwri. -t tree .f charge (except
drat si ei when rensirned to n at Nasi vil.
Dray age from ihe River lo tl e NrhTillr and Chattanooga
Railroad Cerot is cortrsctnl 'or at ihrte ard a-lslt eerta
per V 0 Itvs, aril will not erred rhst rate except sn lot. of
fr- tuht 'ess than IiKIO we'pl q jsntiiier. lets than 1000 lbs
charred fl cents fcr the 'ot
Jau9 If CHARI.FS WjANDFRpoy, Agenfk
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ScrntirrxsrsNTN rrncs N. A C. R. R, I
NssnviLiB. Jan. 8 1VT. f
ON snd aft r Mon.lav next, it l'ji h it at , the Ticket Of
fee of the SarbveUr A CI attspoogs Rsi rcs.l wiilb
esmii.h-d at No ii CoHene s reet, umler the few. are
Hotel. The Offre IH heoj en at T A. M. and elised at 8
o'clock, P. M. Pa-sen vers should p ctirr Ticket bt-for
going to the car.. H. I. ANDERSON. Sop's
C. L. Abpsbwib, fit let Arert. jar.9 tf
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
fl'HF. -APAMS4 EXPRESS COMPANY" have made ar.
L rangemenis with the abate Railioad fcr a Daily Ixprese
Line, ami are now prepared to receive and forward Freight,
Packages Ac, bv Paaeenrer Trains to Huotsville, D.catur,
ruscurubia.and iuUrmed ate slatioos on the M. A C.and N.
A C. Bailroails. bmall Packag. s at reiuced rate.
ftr" Messengers l-a.e Nashville daily at T 'eloek, A. .'
8F" Freights to be forwarded bv Express will be called
ar without extra charge, soltt-tf - A. R.yOLT, Agect.
TENNESSEE A5D ALABAMA RAILROAD.
C O L V 71 1 1 1 A , W A V 1 r Ml 0 1 1 0, J A C li S O N
I.AGIUiGi: JL.1D 7Ii:.lPllls
SPLENDID Four Horse Coaches from Franklin to La
grange, connecting at those point alib lb Railroad ta
Tnacumbia, Florrece and Xontgciitery, Ala., and
Aberdeen, Columbus and Canton, llirs-
Th. Sour Hor.it Coach line, ta Ihe points are all la
excellent order, mskicg a ciose connection with tb iUiiread
at Ft anklin, Tenn.
ExpresaTrali.lravee the repot at
Pulaski and Elk ton.
And all plaeesthr tugruot the altera coaatry,
- We have splendid lines runnitg, connecting with th Rail
road at Franklin.
Pulaski and Elk ton
W tn leave Nathtllle on th 8 clock, P. M. Train, Monday ,
l4ave Nashville daily at 2 o'rl.vk P M, connecting at
Fraaklia with a Daily Four H. r Coach I in to Coiurrbl.
Eer all inforreatKc, thrtarh Tickets Ac., piv as tba
General Railroad. Ma.e aad Omniba Office, No 54 Cedar
Btrwet, opposite the I i st It ee.
taT Otanibuswllli.all fbrpajarnger In any part of the
cliy. marl tf
Eeduction in Freights !
Ufg be. the pieaMre to sbooubc that lb Railreads
csv rwdueed their frvghts via Ciimm i. vv
alw ecBgratulate th people at TeaatM. ibaiisavtry
bwittm e, th. Car. will pat from this plsre to Atlanta,
withswt breaking balk. Ihi. r.tU will thva be al least tw.
4t sin ad.aare ef Savannah.
Take particular wotic. that w bobwab. stvbbt vwrjrc
bswt es destined Rr the Interior, ,i , yar, iaw rataaf
lt,e. U r ordinary parkaer.; snd that si a sasraa svtsr
TBiau, tb.rrby secunag la yu. Always, al iast fcinsuat
aur eotnmt .
"Wa rsv o awa ewxasw wi unv tbst as smjst.
TB.kailioadAg.aia, kvik at r.raaaaii and ChariwsAoa,
do sin avASCBB
Our espeasw- bills art paid bar, therefor yoa aced not
Wr bIsokM yoa duplicate f oar bills. W sever let a
psrkag li or ber. -
We par strict perv Bal attvntiwa t ur kusloess sad
ao'hiag shall aver b waating, .a ear pats preaiot tb.
lo'erest if all who sboaiu u.. '
W are new ra-tending aoinst tw a-ighty Corporative
w ask the puU e to tutaia . ai d if ar work I aai
don aa well, and ear btlia leu tnan theirs, than lake It
front a and giv it to tiWm.
Aay infornastioa abvul lot goods aad aay thing pwrtaiaj.
lag lath btiaia.a, cbs.i fully gisca.
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