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DAILT, TRI-WEEKLY & WEEKXY,
m'TTW. CAMP A CO..
Sli .,iw . . - ... , . nun. i. r. joxrs.
HBe Ns. IS DeaderlcB, StMrSt.
Trl-Weekly, per annum, ? Vr
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One Weekly for two ye", ertrt Weeklies for one
year. Id advance, ... .v. . ...
GROVER & RAKER'S
PAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Tromotet the leisure, health and happia ts of home.
IV o. IS, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.,
In h Store formerly occupied by W. H. CALHOUN.
IV. 405, Broadway". New York.
IV. 1 S Sammer Street Boolon,
Ik. 161, Cliesuut Mreet, Philadelphia.
.Reason why tMs MacMne Is Universally
Preferred over All Otheri.
1 IVoanse it n the only Sewing Machine in
the world ever invented, no constructed as to
fully meet tbe demands of families for general
2 It is very pimple and is never liable to get
out of order.
S It make a seam which will not rip, though
very third stitch is cut.
4 It is cot a Shuttle Machine.
5 It sewj with two needle?, making any
lenctli stitch desired.
6 It sews from two ordinary spools, and
i tbus all trouble at winding thread ia avoided;
' while t lie same Machine can be adapted at
pleasure, by a mere chaDge of spools, to all
varieties nf work.
7 The same Machine runs silk or linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equal
8 This Machine Trill sew in the sleeves of a
coat with the same ease and facility that it
eews a straight seam.
9 This Machine can be rnn to make one
tbnnonnd five hoocTred stitches per minute.
10 The seams pre as elast ic as the most elas
tic fabric, po t hat it is free from all liability to
break in wash'nj, ironing or otherwise. -
11 The st'clies made by this machine are
more beaatir.ii than any other made either by
hand or machine.
The price of ibee Machines st office in New
York, range from $73 to $150: an additional
charge of $10 only is mane ou each machine
over New York prices at office in Nashville, to
defray expenses of bmtortaiion. &c, to Nash
ville. R. H. UROCKWAY, Sec'y.,
Nashville SewiDg Machine Company.
rrlcw f thrne machines mng from
8 4 lot 160. Mach25 if.
ELASTIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
TfTE undersigned are prepared to introduce Into rise tn
Tennese-e W. CHILD A OIL'S PATENT ELA3
TIC PIRK AND WATKK-PKOOF CEMKNT ROFIVQ, and
ask the attention of Architects, builders. Railroad Com
p.nies, and the public to eximlne itetuperiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS thoold not fail te
evamioe this Roofing, as it ri better and cheaper than any
tiling in ue. Tbe material forms a hard and imooih cur
face that will ret'st the action of the atmosphere In every
climate. It i impervious to water, elastic, and fleiible.
It contract! and expands wi h the change of thea'mnt
pbere, and will neither vapor ate, crack cor rot; and, a to
it '-urahill'y, there ia no question.
It is practically imperishable, and will perfectfutly resist
any ordinary external exposure to fire, as it abundantly
prored. and we will warrant it water-proof. We will en
gage to pnt onr Rooting on over ordinary good iheathing.
oin smntries, tar ana grarei, tin, sine, copper, or iron root
It making no difference how steep or flat they may he
for seven dollars per one hundred square teet; it being far
cheaper than any Roof of tbe old style, and we are ture it
will ire better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the best thing ever Invented to
cover or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravel roof 4, or around
chimneys, scuttles, dormar windows, and gutters, here the
tin is rv-t-d through. This Cement can be put on to last
as long as stone, and form a perfect adhesion to any ob
jrf.t to which It is applisd. Tin Roofs can be painted orer
(and warranted not to leik) at two d 'liars and fifty ceots
pi-r hundred square feet, which is cheaper and murk bet
teir than paint. This Ronflog will be found to be the best
theng for covering larre Roofs where they are exposed to
fir such as Sirara Mills, Saw Mills, Factories, fUilrnad
Cars, Bridges, Dipau, nation Rouses, gleambott Decks,
and, in fact, e ry kind of Roof where there is an external
etposnrefrom fire. As the Roof tg perfect, without ajoinl
in it, it presents n" chance for fire to communicate, and any
light substance will burn out without igniting.
rf" Insurance Offices at Cincinnati, and other placet
where Child k Co.'s Cement hat been used, insure Build
ings with Hoofs eovred rlth this Cement, at the same
rte as for those cortrel with Iron, Copper or Tin.
tW The Cement will be furnished to those at a distance
with directions for using.
UT Orders tent to the undesigned, throngh the Post
thce, will be promptly attended to
J. T. "HTPrRPT,
IV o. 24, Spruce Street
TESTIMONIALS AND REFERENCES.
Orrici Bccirrs Stats Ikscpikcs Compakt, I
CmcimiATi, Dec. 16, 1S5 J
To ALL wom IT vat C5HC: This I to certify that 1
tiava examined specimens and Roo!t of W. K. Chlklt A Co.'s
Klas'te fire and Water-Proof Cement Rooting," and le
Here it to be eminently mperior to any other kind of Rot f-
ing in use. I was an eye witne-t of a severe trial of one of
these Rootk from a large volume of flame from an aojoin ng
bultdmg, which struck directly upon the roof and eon Ice
for oear'y half an hour. It stood the trial btiyond all ex
pectation, and saved the building, T. M. H AMttLL,
rreiiaeoi nucace ciaic insurance 10.
CiKCmsin Aooct Roth Iksoeascs Compaxt, I
February 6, ISM. )
I have examined W. I. Child t A Co.'s Mastic Firs an
Water Proof Cement Roofing," and. as far as lean Judge,
rontider it a great invention, and am willing to Insure
buildings thus protected upon tbe same terms as I lusure
those covered by metal. J NO. 8. LAW,
Agent Royal Int. Co., London and Liverpool.
From J. B. Bennett, General Agent of tna Int. Co. for tbe
Southern and Western Spates.
CiKCiaxiTi, Jan. T, 18-7.
Having made considerable Inquiry at to the merits ol the
"l'atent Elastic Cement Kooflug," introduced intothiseity
bv uhilds A Co., I find it te te highly recommended in ths
cl y by many oetllent Judges; tbat it is meeting with very
ready ani! general Introduction; that Its superiority over
the tar cot 'position Koonng is aeeiaro ana ireeiy aannuea
and flnall.y, I expect to adopt it fcr my next ro if, which will
te next summer having intended to use tin, but will trj
tbe virtue, or the ' Patent tiaalio Koofing,as a substitute,
lours, truly, J. B. UtNNETT.
Orncx or tbs Ci- Ham axo Datto Railsoa.
Child! Co.'s Patent Cement Roofing is now used berk
en our best class of Buildings. We areooverltig our Freight
Cart with It, and our Master Mechanic reports very favor
abletoiL 8. 8. L'HOMMUMtU, Pre.
Crnci or tss Obio avo Mnwssin RAtuoAD Co., i
CutciasiTi, Jan. I, Is-' 7. f
Dcai Eia; In answer to your Ir.qriry, in reierenee to
lr j opinion as to the practical use of your hoof la the cover
'ng of car, we may say that from our observation .we en
tertain a very favorable one, eo much to, that we intend
testing it thoroughly on roo's of buildings, eai s. Ae : after
wbic. we will with pleasure give you our di-i.ie1 op n' nat
toiuatilitv. Yours, truly, E. LIPPCoTl
fupply Agent Ohio A Mi s. R. R.
t& Since the above wat written, the Ohio and Mi it
s'pi'l Railro.d t are con'racted for eoveritg ll eir cart, ce
p. us and bridges between Cincinnati and Vin ennea, with
this Cement, considering It the bast article lby have sd
for tbe purpose.
ft. C. Loan. Pres. Ind. and Cm. Railroad.
r, Gbwt, Pres. Wilraington and Zaieavllle Railroad,
A.M. hsiaxam, Pres MerchanU' A Manufacturers' Ins. Co
JaS. H.Caktss, Agent for Ami and other riaitford Cos.
Hxar Motroa, Pies. Central Insurance Company.
Uao. CaaULB, Preaident Lafayette Bank.
fisr. W.i orris, Bell aJanuTr, No. lux last Second at,
Ba It Vox Pans No. 6i Fourth sc
saa Bailct, cm th St., between Fourth and fifth.
I. oomii, Tai or aad Draper, Fourth st,
UtrLSM t.aaiawooo, Iron Foundry.
Judge VV. V.t-a'HSOS.
Johx PaiUJTO Co , Dry Goods Dealers, Fourth st.
KiTcasuL A RAatsaxsrsto, Furniture Uanulaclarers si
W.H. TWAT. Ba kier 5 Plum st.
Mmvirtiil PrfLwiLL, Louisville.
Wat. 8. McKstxold A Co., Cla.-ksvUle.Tenn.
IXJlAU. AK&1VAL Or SfKIiVU AMU SOMALta
B. R. CUTTER,
86 AND 69 CORNER COLLEGE AND BROADWAY
HAS received hie stock of Roma Shoot, Hats,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Hags, Ac, for Ibe
Pring and Summer Trade, consisting in part as
Indict fine Kid and Mor. Booe, thin anl thkk tola;
H Kid Slipper, plain and trimmed,
" Lasting alters, side and front laew;
" M Lasting Patent Gaiiers, extra fine;
" Kid Natters, Buskins and l ies;
M it-er and Cbildrs.'s Lasting Gaiters and Con. Bootees;
Children's fine Kid and Mor. Bootees, Welled and P. Sole;
Slippers and Ankle Ties;
" Fancy Glove Kid Top Booteee;
Women's extra sine Kid Bootees, Ba-klnt and Slippers;
Mor. pegged aad sewed;
Servants' heavy Caif, Kip and Mor. Mooteee, extra sites;
4t.ntrer.ee. fine 43alf pegged aad sewed Bmti:
Gents fine Congrw, Call, Paind Kid osford Ties;
- Las'lng Brogaut, or various styles
Boyi Tootb'tand Clilldren't Ca f, 1'au Leather and Kid
Congrr Gaiters aa J Oxford Ties.
ALSO. Men's, Boy.' and Youth's Calf, Kip and Congress
Brogent of every description, exlr times.
AU0. A large ttock of Irunkt, Valise aod Carpet-Bags
f the best quality. r
HA18, HaTii, H.TS.-Ihive reoelvsd. direct tVora tie
tnanufactorvea, ail the ltat stylee of fpnog sn4 Sammer
Hau, consisting of superior Cetmere aad Kofi Far Hals of
every eaality, togetberwith an endiees varvrty olae Leg
horn, Panama and Straw, fur Boya, Men and Children, all
of which will be .old on the most reasonable terms lor eaah
ru punctual dealers. B. X. CL'TTlt, '
M. l trm and S eor of ''ol'ewe n4 n rw.
IA LM K 1.1" constantly en hand a tell aMurtanenl
f Leather belting, frees to II Inches la wmiA, aad
tbe beat antcle of Brace LeaUi.r, with Copper tarr and
Rtveu. Farsnertaad Machmests would And it U tbeir ta
rest to iuoIai raj stock before purchasing.
LsV re. U aU U r. Collsxa u4 roa4 say.
t . . .i a
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
Prom 8. M. PETTINOiXL C0'8 ADVERTISING AGENCT
111 Nassau Street, New Yok,
And No. lOSUte street, Boerox.
P. k Co., are Agentt for the most Influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
tAe Cacadaj. J-v.v.-uu-nn.r
Cordage. Oakum. &c.
SmTIIy rooPKlT V CO., lit Front tt., New
Tork, aud 7ft Tchoapetoa'at St.. New Orleans, Mann
sclnrers of Cerdsge, 0km, Ae., offer for sale a full as
sort -nent of Manillt and Tarred Rope. Navy and Extra
Oakum. deliverable in New fork or N ew Orltaos.
P I A IM O S ,
HEL0DE0NS, and MUSIC.
THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED.
PRICES O RE A TLT RED UCEDl
KOR ACE WAVESS,
K0. 333 BROADWAY. SEW TORK,
A rent for tbe Beat Itton and New York
THE Largest assortment of Pianos, Melodeons, Musical
In.trnm.nu nd Musical Merchandise of all kinds, in
the United States. PlanoifromTsx different Manufactories,
comprising those of every variety of style, from the plain,
neat and substantial 6 octavee, in Walnut or Rosewood
Cases, from $'50 to 0, to those of tie most elegant finish
up to Oxi Thocsisd Doll a as. No house in the Union can
compete with the above in the number, variety, and cele-
brity of iU Instruments, nor in the EXTaXMXLf Low Paioas
at which they are sold.
HORACE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED PIA1T0S
With or without Iron Frames, ooteessinc in their improve
menu of over-strings and ataV action, a length of scale,
power, and compass of tone eqnal to the Grand Piano,
united with tbe beauty and durability of structure 01 tne
square Piano. They are luitly pronounced by the Prets and
by the first Musical Masters to be equal to those of any other
manufacturer. They are bulltof the best and most.thorough
ty seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand the action
of every climate.
Each instrument guaranty to rive satisfaction, or pur-ehase-money
refunded. SECOND-BAUD PIANOS A7
GREAT BARGAINS, constantly in store, price from $30
Horace Waters' 11 el odeon superior Inttro
menu in tone, touch and durability of make. (Tuned to the
equal temperament ) Melodeons or all other styles and
makes. Price. 45, ftO, 7o, 100, 1125, 140; double Reeds
and two banks of Keys, $200. Less a liberal discount.
Clergymen and and Churches, an extra discount.
Martinis' ;nllra,. Brown's Hrp, Flutes, Flu
tlnaa Accordians, Violins,, and Musical Instruments of all
kinds, at lower prices than ever before offered to tbe public.
A large discount to Teachers and Schools. The trade sup
plied on the most liberal terms.
I ualc: One of the largest and bestsetectedcataloguei
of Music now published, eimprising many of the cho ce and
most popular airs of tbe day, and will be sold at one-third off
from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to all parts of the country, post-paid.
Particular and personal attention paid to all orders received
by mail. Satisfaction guaranted in every Instance. Pianos
and Melodeons for rent, and rent allowed on purchase.
Pianos and Melodeons for sale on Monthly payments.
Second-hand Pianos taken in exchange for new. General
and select Catalogues and schedule of pnoes forwarded to
all parts of the country by mail.
fT"Oreat inducements offered to Agents in all parts of
the country, to sell the Hosacc Watxbs' Pianos, Melodeons,
and Catalogues of Music. JyU
NEW AND IMPORTANT
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
ENGKAV1NG8 OF THE SEALS OF THE PATENT OF
FICE OF GREAT BRITAIN, EX)LE de PHARMACIE
PHARMAriF.N ri PARIS, AND IMPERIAL COLLKOE
OF Mr.DICINE, VIENNA, are affixed upon each wrap
per, and around each case ef
Trie se mar Ao. 1, 2, and 3.
Thus protecting the public against Ishtatioss, which are
liable to the severest penalties courts of law can award.
DR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial College of
Vienna, and Royal College of Surgeons, London, may
be personally contuliel at hit residence, 101 Prince ttrret,
(few Mo kt et of Broadway ) New York, from 11 in the
morning till 1. and from 4 till 8 in the evening, (Sundayt
excepted,) unlest by special appointment.
TRIE9FMAR No. 1, It the Remedy for RELAXTI0N,
SPERMATORRHEA, and all the distressing contequencet
arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence in hot climates. It has Invigorated and restored
to perfect health, thousands of the delililated who are now
in the enjoyment of all the Functions of Manhood; and
whatever may be the CAU8EL, every DISQUALIFICA
TION for MARRIAGE is effectually subdued by this Won
derful I iscovtry I
TFIEEMAR, No. 11; completely and entirely eradicates
all traces of Gonorrhoea, both in its mild and aggravated
forms, Gleets, 8trictures, Iriitation of the Alad'ler, non.re
tebtion ot the Urine, Pains of the Loins and Kidneys, and
those disorders where Copaiva and Cutxbt have so long
been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health of a vast
portion of the population.
TRIESEMAR, No. Ill Is the great Continental Remedy
for Syphilis and fecon'lary $mptomi. It also cor stitutts a
certain cure for rcurvey, Scrofula, and all impurities from
the vital stream, so as altogether to eradicate the vims' of
disease, and is a never failing Remedy for that clans of dis
orders which un'ortunately the English physician treats
with Mercury, te the inevitable destruction of the patient's
constitution, and which all the Sarsaparllla in the world
TRIESKMAR, No. 1,2 and 8, are prepared in the form of
a losenge, devoid of taste or smell, and can be carried in the
waistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases, and divided into separ
ate doses, as administered by Valieau, La.lman, Koux. Ri-
cord, Ac. Ae. Price $3 each, or fonr cases in one for $9, !
. 'I I . 1 1 W V , U , UM (M . . .-.- , 1UI VtJ .lit- t V 1. DSVIUK
hpecial arrangements having been made with the various
Exprerset, the nine dollar cases of Triesemar, and the larg
er six-s, are forwarded by Dr. Bartow, carriage p
diately on receiving a remittance, to any part of
securely packed and addressed according tbe Instruction!
of the writer, thus securing to the public genuine European
preparations, and effectually protecting them from spuri
ous pernicious imitttinns. The three dollar cases tent as
usual, but not free of carriage.
To be had alue.from Dr. Borrow, that beautifully IllustraU
ed and popu arwork, "HUMAN FKAlLTY.or PHYSIOLO
GICAL KtSt ARC 11C8." It describes in a clear and lucid
manner the cause and effects ef the diseases above enumer
ated, with instructions for their preper treatment and cure.
Price 23 cents. Sent free to any address.
Addrest DK. BARROW, l.M Prince Street, (few blocks
west of Broadway,) New York. novft lydv.
JOHN HUGH SMITH,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
HO. 14 CEDAR STREET, NASHVILLE, TENK
. R . 31 A It T 1 IV
NO. 8 NORTH SPRUCE ST.,
1 19 tf
DIt. JOHN II. CALLENDElt
will devote himself to his profession.
tr Office, NO. 89, CHERRY ST., UP STAIRS.
L. M. TKMPLE,
Attorney rtt Xirxxv,
OFFICE, SAME AS 8HKRRIFr8 OFFICE CHERRY ST., I
NkXT DOOR TO PO.iT Or TICK, UP STAlKS,
Will practice in all tbe Courts holden In Davidson aad Sum- !
ner counties, and will givt his individual attention
to all business entrusted to his care. i
DIt. JOHN II. MORTON
RESPECTFULLY tenders his Professional Services to th
eitisent of Nashville and vicinity, OiLce No. 61 Cher
rv street. jan6 dly
T. II. EDWARDS,
Attorney :t Law,
Will attend to all business entrusted to his care In South
wett Missouri. marlO lr
Ms 31. IIEXKU2, Jr.,
ATTO K N r: V AT 1j A W ,
OFFICE NO. 8 CHERRY BTREET, UP STAIRS, THI
ONE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY DR. THOMPSON
rW Particular attention given to the collection of Claims
ff Ail business entrusted to his care will meet with
ludre J. 8. Pates. Rev. A. L. P. Gates.
Dr. J. B. McFsaais, W. A T. H. Gasajtritxi A Co.
LisnsLKT A Caocxarr.
MASSOM M. BRIEN & M. M. BRIEN, JR,
ATTOEHEtS AY X.A1Y,
Cfflee, No. 47 West side of Cherry St., Gwpsr't Building,
mrmeny orcupiea ry ra. iwmr.
V HAVE taken In eo-partnershiu my ton, M. M. Bates, In
L th. practice of Law in ai the Ceuru of Davidson eoua
tv. One or both can generally be found In the effioe.
Pmmnt and especial attention aleays givea U securing
am collecting ell claims. (Money aieayt ready ehea eol-
have been enottantly and rgoiar'y engagen in my pro-
on. to the Mountain ntstriet, for me last twenty years,
ill continue to attend te securing ana eoTsseung all
claim, intiwtudte my ears la the eoaallee ef Uaaaoa,
DcKaib, White, Fcntresa, Overton, Putnam and JaakMa.
1 have a general aceuainlanoe with the merchants and
baainesa sarn la (bum eoentiee.
Tbe Morehanta of Nashville, and of ether places, might
find it te itv4r interest to eonf.r with ma in rmaUun there
to. I rente to any and all persons whs know sat, be ay
ability aod prompt atutouoa to basin.,
taarcbtl-ly MANtsON M BRIEN.
TO TllOSK WHO RIDC!
Kiaainxtttrer of CArriage, CotvchM ZnrgiaA,
N 69 Lawcr Mratet fctrewl. NahTltl-
TAM bow saaaafaetnrlBg every variety "'t Tf.
.-a .t.i. J w.hiole. (toss the tstaiawet LV ,U ' V
I oh x the aso.1 rseaattfol aad eUorat!y tTj.)
Having engaged urst-olaas wwrtsaen, and ewtalned a Urge
ntnoast of tbe keet of ttock, 1 am prepared to Ae wwrt
which will ensnpare with any In tee bol.eoeDtry.nU.r km
style or durability. All hinds of yshteiee kep eesily e
haaA.es- prompuy made to eHer.
Ewrrelin fmtrmt UaHpllasT
Tills I m porta a I Improrrmral in the eoepUng e 'Carriages
Ae. has awakeord much inurewt througbewt the eweauy,
aad is lorbwapNi with lb. most mvor wbre It Is beet known
kawwa. baviog tbe etciisive right for this ty,l am now
taaking nae of U.ea la eecstraet-a Camag ea, b.gr. Ac.
mr It. member the plao-t ls 014 6U&4 of Fred. Kioaa
ho i. Lews- Market Mrsot. Jaa. tt--at
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VI8CHER OWEN A CO OenT Adrertiaint: House,
AiTLiToa' RpiLBrxo.Mt Broadway, New Tork.
THE BEST FRUIT CAN
It is the Cheapest
In the world.
It reon'res neither
to seal it.
are nsed in this
It eloses with a
and is so simple
that any one can
ProprVtort for the United States,
FRATT8 PATENT 8AFETT LAMP A FKEDER MANU-
FAr TURING COMPANT, 1C6 BROADWAY, N. T.
Agents fcr the Company,
J. A C. BFRRIAN, 601 Brosdway, N. T.
mar29-1in E. KE1CHUM A CO, SS9 Trart St., N. Y.
IMPORTED WINES, GROCERIES, &C.
I. & W. GEERY,
203 Canal st., and 719 Broadway, N. T.
IMPORTERS AND DKALaltS IK FIRST-QUALITI
Offer to tl e TRADE. HOTELS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, and
all who are choice in their tatte, and desire a
genuine article. large variety of
TEAS GREfcN AND BLACK, BOUCUoNG, P0UCH0NG,
INGLISH BREAKFAST, OOLONG, IMPERIAL HYSON,
GUNPOWDER, YOUNG HYSON, Ac., in che.ta and half
COFFKK MOCHA and JAVA.
i wiNES-MADtlRAS, 8HKRRIES, PORTS, HOCKS, Ac,
very old and high tiades, in original packages, demi
john", magncma arfd botttes.
BARTON ! GCESTIERS CLARETS.
CHAMPAGNES: Moet A t handoo's Cabinet Imp'l Versenay
Da Htidseick, G- H. Mumm's, do do do
LIQUORS BraDdiri. Rums, Whisky, Gin, Arrack, Absinthe,
Kirach, Ac, Ac, in original yackages, alto, Curacao,
Maroschino, Anisette, Noyeau Bitters, Ac.
MALT LIQCOKd-London Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
CIGARS- -A variety of Choice Brands.
PICK LES ENGLISH and FRENCH.
SAUCES-F r Fish, Currie, Game, Ac.
CEFK STII TON. CHEDDER, ROYAL VICTORIA
PRINCE ALBERT PaRMESAN, GRUYEKE. 8APSAGO,
DUTCH and AMERI AN.
SUGARS- LOAF, CRUSHED, PULVERIZED, St. CROIX,
Ac. in bhl and hlf oarrela.
HAMS-WESTPHALIA and AMERICAN.
OILS OLIVE. SPERM, and WHALE.
f3f Our Liquors are warranted unadulterated, and
of our own importation. fcMt t'v
lilt. LA KM ON I 'M PARIS AND LONDON MED
U 1CAL AnVISEK AND MARRIAGE GUIDE 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, $1 end
four l Iter sumps. Mailed free. Among its contents Is
tbe anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female,
all their diseases and weaknesses; latest discoveries in re
production; a new ard healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
unequalled Parit and London treatment of Oonnorrhoei,
Gleet, strictures, Syphilis, Primary and Constitutional,
Emissions. Impoteocy, Ac, at 8i Mercer st , opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box 844 N.
Y. P. O. "We rcommend Dr. Lsrmont to the sfflicted
Omrier del EUiU CnU, Stnati Zeitung, Democrat, Day
Book, Mrcury, Atlas, I'olict Gateite, do.
Liiglit! Lis lit!! Light!!!
D1ETZ & CO.,
IMPROVED KEROSENE, CAMPHENE, FL UID,
AND OIL LAMPS.
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
mads to oanaa roa
CHURCHE', COLLEGES AND PLBU0 BUILDINGS.
No. 132 Willium t.y near Fulton New York.
JAMES VAN RIPER, Piano Manufacturer, ITSWooster
street, Xew ork, offers to dealers and others a fine as
sortment of flrH cla-s Instruments of 6, t and 7 Octave,
warranted equal to any mane for beauty of tone, workman
fhtp and for standing in tune in anv climate. Prices very
low. Merchants from a I sections are invited to an exami
nation before buying. Orders by letter promptly executed.
JAMES VAN BIPEK,
febt 4my ITS Woosterrtreet, New York.
Through in Six Minutes!
AN extraordiniry and astonishing im
provement in Cream Freetiig; "ill
frreseinSIX MINUTES, by a simple and
elegant application of well knoen piloci
plet, producing this e-irable and sm pris
ing result. A child of ten yeartcan rran
age it without difficulty. mPSI J
Three Silver Medals
Awarded by Ihe Maryland Institute, and
Fibbt Clafs Diploma of tbe Met o oliun
Mechanics Institute, attest the superiority
of this apparatus over all ethers.
At a further and convincing prooroltbe
excellence of this Freeser, the underlin
ed wou'd ttate, that THOUSANDS have
been told tinee the Patent wat issued.
The lanteiy Increaaiog demand for thi.
popular article induces ihe agentt tore
mind dealen to forward their orders early.
i . ; V
f P'""",.el,J' .. , .
1 rder Vim V. Te.7Uh 1
Annexed is a Hit of the r
Ut W-W .tij
retail pric-w of the Freeser. for
the convenience of those wanting a single one.
PRM'E OF FltELZEIt:
Two Quarts, 1 2, Three Quarts, 3; Four Quarts, 1 4; Fix
Quarts, 15. Nine Quarts, 6; Fourteen Quarts, $3; t wenty
Address J. A C. BERRIAN, 601 Broadway, New Tork,
march27 d8mT Agents lor Patentee.
Cream Actually Frozen in Three and a
Patent Five-5Iinntc Freezers
PI T TO THE TrfST!
THE ability of Ma ana's lattsxas to f e ae cream in five
minutes was fjily proved on Wednesday, tbe 18th day
of March, at the Fu Dialling Wareroorot of 8. W. Smith,
No 584 Broad wty.btfjre a large aunlenee assembled to hear
a lecture from I rot. nurne, on the tubiectjjf telrigeranta.
Cream was actually frosen in Stf minutes by the watch.
t quarts, (8 1 6 quarts, 86
4 q laru, 4 I 14 quart, 8
6quarts, 6 1
tV A lilieral discount to tbe trade,
E. P. TORRKY, Manufacturer, No. 6 Pistt st.
Orders for the above promptly executed Also, Whole,
sale Agent for "Anbur's" celebrated Sef-Sealing Cant and
Jars. Ap iI21-mv
I A;l 1 I.I l, A Pamphlet stating all ths modes
JL of preventing conception, will be sent to ynu on receipt
of a letter stamp to "box 6t4 New Yor Post Office, ' or Dr.
L ARONT, 6-J Mercer street, opposite t-t. Nicholas Hotel
New York. mar 27 mdv.
Gold Medal Pianos !
STEIN WAY tV "SONS, Manufacturers,
O 4 WALKER STREET, NEW YORK.
O'f Received the following Fibst Pans
Msdals in Competition with the beat makers
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Bal-i
TWO FIRST PR'ZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair,
Washington, March, 1S65.
A UOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New Tork, No
vember, 1ST 5, (being the only gold medal given for Pianos
within the last nx years )
A OOLD MEDAL at Ibe Maryland IntUtute, Baltimore,
THE FIRST PRIZE MEDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New York, November, lt56. Among the judget were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such at M. Maaon.
Ooliichals, Wollenhaopt and many others. St. A 8 Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame.) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Pianos
packed and shipped eitkout charge. Prices moderate,
dec 18-1 y-v
C. F. THURSTON has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Fortes for Nashville and Mid
die Tenneteee, some of which are now In use in thit efty.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Baas, Mr. W. H,
WntTcx, and Mr. J. P. W. Baowg.
. Mr. T. can be teen at 84 Summer street, or line ad
dressed to Box 709, Posloflce, Nashville, will receive at
ten lion. May 6 tf.
1ATKNTKD Julr.G, 1853.
TTIHIS Hive has taken the first premi ima at the State and
I twenty Fairs In VI, N. H., Mats., lad. and Ohio, in lot
Fa I of 1A4.
With inn Hive any one may keep beet with perfrct safe
ty aod success, tinoe all difficulty aad uncertainty are en
Ibe Bees my be made to evarm from one or more hives.
may bo rondoctea into anv numoe or ntvws trttvwml
rtMrmtna. and still have a ftUl tupplv qf Om
Toe Boas are entirety proU-Ud from Me B-Moi snd
other insects, which aauov aod roia the Bees. Ihltw.
axirro-ii, if n.anaged aooordlng lbs dirsctioM which are
given Is the book.
The Bee have as opportunity te exercise In the Spring,
aad dear the nlih froas their hivea, wilbool lying st to
die ea the snow.
The filth can al any time he removed frea the hive ilk
Cat distorting te Beoa.
The Beee eaa be traaenrrred at often as Beeeeeery, to s
the a aww awmb.aat wiihoat killirg thesa.
It preveaa aA aeelbtlity of robb.Bg. while feeding. '
It a there'gbly yeoulalcd threagboalfc-drawors,hlTes
honey koase, end chambers. ,
Tbe wers and prewvan of the Bees may be seen ia the
kivea, honey -beBM aad feed drawers,
Dt.trVA aad County Rights tor sale In tbe State of Teanew
Xs, wiih Books, Bill of Feed As , givt g full dtreeuaos mr
akiog ibe Mies and maoagtag m. sWe. All tellers and
aV-mssaairaiMoale e aJdr.M.1 le D. C ul Ei,
May I la. Ha.bvilra.Teon.
E. It. Glnscock,
ATJCTIOimES & 0ENE&AL AQEST,
OCLO offer his services U the public as Agent lm
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
ar ether ODeerst of sreswrty. either In lows sreowatry. Is
4ag deieratoed to devote my time to the atkeve bwtesa
aad having had Mi4rsiie espeneaee, t nailer ayaet.
that I eaa give aattaJaeuoa to tkees whe may layer ae tr.
thai he. 1 eaa always be leead al ths Lee -Ung . ka
ef Lb. "Patriot Oftcs," hers, in ay snaB,f dors sen
hslcft. 1 win UMtiu.9 te the aa.M (
Drr Goo4Se Groceries &c.
TEM., FRIDAY, JUNE
REAL ESTATE SALES.
. I WISH TO "FLL MT RESIDENCE ON THE ,
.vTTavap.flnnDm erriiNPixi . k fn... fx c k n
..mew. UW rf . - . v , IU.I I ,
muetiotB Nashville, near oiencliff Depot.lfjJ
on tbe Nashville and I'hattanooga Rail
road, with 49 acret of Land, half of ahich is in Umber, well
ret In Blue Grass, the balance is in a high state of cultiva
tion, wiih about five acres of young orchard. There is on
the premises goad sever ailing spring water, and rood
stone spring house. The Building consists of gooc brick
dwellirg, with 8 rooms, and 8 servants' rooms, smoke house
ana good cistern, a carrw o houses, itablea, Ac,, a 1 new
and in rood repair. A bargain will be given. Apply to
May SI lm. . 0. HURT.
ON Wednesday the fth of July nxt, a tract containing
nearly J00 aers. In Davidson county, eleven miles
South of Nashville, one mile from the N. A C. R. R , en
Mill Creek, the premises of B. F. Jones, to be told at auc
tion. One third to be paid the 2Sh December next, one
and two y ears time on the other payment , all wit hout in
terest. Bond and approved sec inty on the first pajment.
About one half of the tract it in cultivation, the chief
of which it Mill creek bottom, the other half is in wood,
and valuable building timber, near a f team Paw and brist
Mill, with fair improvement; new frame building, out
buildings generally gocd, and garden; lasting Spring water
convenient, and a luxury indeed in Summer; near every
kind of fruit trees and Tines, for this climate.
Will sell about 100 acres with the improvements, with
tbe privilege of more. The other portion in smaller lots,
as shown on the maps. As to s 'tuition, quality of land,
timber and water, call and see before the day of sale.
June --!- ttw. B.F.JONES.
CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE.
WE are authorised to sell the following lands on liberal
terms: 60 acres on Brown's Creek, IXj milei from
the corporation of Nasbvil'e, adjacent to the lands of West
11. Humphrey, uov. A. V. crown, Oeorie Allen and reltx
R. Runs. Ihe late reaid nee of era. Ursula Rains. Soil
excellent; 8 or 4 never failing 8prings; a good Orchard ; two
story Brick Dwelling, with 3 or 4 rooms, and many out
houses. We will sell the entire traet or divide to suit pur
QOI ACRFS, lying on the eist tide of the No'ensville
OOi Turn like, 8 mi ei out; lie) Terr well; a boat 10 acres
timber, balance c caret ; soil of the very best qoa'i'y; cot.
tage building; part of the kidley Tract; now owned by N.
P. Corbitt, aujaccnt to Capt. Jo.ner, Wh.tett, and
ACRFS on the oat tide of the Notensville Turn
pike; 8 mnet from the Corpoiat on; (the (ioodwin, tr
Mtni ee place,) fronting on both the Noiensville, and Mill
''reek Valley Turnpikes, lies very we I; soil god. a num
ber of f;ut treet; good rpring, a large Frame Dwelling
with 6 or 9 roomt, and ail neceeary out-house
I A Q ACRES, on both aid. s or the Nashville A Chatta
A '-hC nooga l ai road, 18 miles from Na hvllle, at the
first station west of Lavergne, 65 acres choice li i ber, 87
cleared; Let level: gooi roil; good water; a good two story
Frame Dweliint', with 8 roomt, tUblei, kitchen, smoke
house, snd all ether necevary cabin.
The dwell ng is about 3n0 yard fiom ihe depot or station,
and 40 yards Noith of the tailroad. Occupied at present
by Mr. Biown.
ABOUT 820 Acres, on both sides of B g Harpeth river"
li milei Wett or Nashv lie, and 2 m.lei East of King
tton's Springs; the Nathvnle and Northaestern Railroad
croeies near the center of the tract; about 130 acres clear
ed; baUtce good tin ber: toil goid;4 or 6 never failing
cpringt ; good Orchard; neighboi hood very good, Cottage
build ng; tbe Ute tesk.ence of Geo. P. Woodward, dee'd.
ACRE0 on the Liberty road, one mile eitt of the
town of Franklin, in Williamson county, U mile
aut of theTenn. A Ala. Railroad, J lit acres cleared, soil
moitly very toad; 6 or 8 good Iprings; Dwelling a two
story log hou e, w cutter bo irded and paiuted, with 6 good
roo.i.s, kitchen, smoke- house, Ac , the late reidence i f
Mrs. Walker. All on mot acommodatio? terms. Apply
to NANCE A WOODWARD.
Mty 28, 1857.
LONQ CREEK MILLS FOR SALE -RARE OPPOR
TUNITY TO LAND-BUYERS.
WE offer lor tale about 12(10 acres of Land, on Long
Creek, about 16 miles North of Nashville. A large
portion of the same ia well timbered; a splendid Saw M ill.
propelled by a never failing stream of water; many conve
nient and com! ir i able Improvements; whole tract splendid
ly watered, and capable of making an excellent stock-farm:
here is on the mill-yard from $00 to A3 000 worth of
sawed timber; one or more waenn and teams; ttock hogs.
Mine, c ae., wi n every article necessary to carry on
such an estahli.htnent. To enterprising business men. this
a'together offers a most splendid opportunity to make a
Turns. Three equal payments In 6, li and 24 months,
satisfactorily secured, psyab e in B:tnk with interest, and a
lien retained as usual. Apply to
march24 NANCE A WOODWARD.
CHOICE FARM LANDS FOR SaL-
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. COMPANY-
is now raxpiaiD to bill about
1,500,000 Acres of
CHOICE fASHM LAOS
IN TRACTS OF 40 ACRES A UPWARDS.
ON LONG CREDITS AND AT LOW BATES OF
THESE lands were granted by the Government to aid to
the construction of this Koad. and are among the
richest and most fertile in the world. They extend fiora
North-east and North-west, through the middle of the
State, to the extreme Souih, aod include every variety of
climate and productions found between those paral elt of
latitude. The Northern portion it chiefly prairie, inter
persed with fine grove., and in the middle and torn hern
t.-ctiooi timber predominates, alternating wiih beautifu'
prairies and openings
The climate it more healthy, mild and equable than any
other part of the country the air is pure and bracing,
while living streams snd springs of excellent water abound.
Bituminous Coal is extensively mined, and supplies a
cheap and desirable fuel, being furnished at many points
at (2 to ft per too and wood can be had a) the tame rate
Building Stone of excellent quality also abounds, which
can be procured for lltt.e more than the expense of trans
portation. The great fertility of thee lands, which are a black rich
moul t from two to S ve feet deep, and gently rollin , their
contiguity to this Road, by which every facility ia furni-bed
for travel and transportation, to the principal markets
North, South, East, West, aod the economy with which
they can be cultivate I, render thrm the moet valuable in
vestment that can be found; an1 present the moet favorable
opportunity, for person, of Induitrloot btbltt and tmall
mean, to acquire n comfortable independence in a tew
Chicago is now the greatet grain market in the world
and the facility and economy with which the products
these lands can be transported to that market, ma., them
much mor. profitable, at the prices aaked, than those mors
remote at government ratesas the additional cost of
trantportation is a perpetual tax on the latter, which must
be borne by the producer, in tbe reduced price he receive!
for hit gram, Ac.
The Title is perfect and when the final payments are
made. Deeds are executed by the Trustees sppointed by
Uv tate, and In whom thelitis l vested to the purchasers,
which convey to there absolute titles it Fee Simple, free and
clear of every Incuts brrtt-c-, lien or mortgage.
The prices are from S 10 630; ioietest only S per cent.
Twenty percent wilt be deduct I from the credit price
Those who purehate on long credit, give notes payable
In 2 8, 4, S and 6 yea rs after date, and are required to Im
prove one tenth annaally for five years, so as to have one
half the land under cultivation, at tbe end of the time.
Competent Surveyors wi I accompany those who wish to
examine the s Lands, fies of charge, and aid ihea in
The laola remaining unsold are St rich aod valuable at
those which have been disposed of.
Sectional M ips will be sent to anv one who will enclose
fifty cents In Postage Stamps, and Books or Psmphlets con
taining numerous instances of successful fanning, signed
by respectable nd weii-knoen farmers living In the
neighborhood of the Railroad Lands, throughout the Slats
alio the cost of fencing, price of cattle, expense of bar
vesting, thre.blng, t tc., or at y other information will
be eheerfu'ly tivea on application, either personally or by
loiter, in English, French, or Germ in, addressed to
Land Comroladoner of tbs Illinois Central K. R. Ce.
HfT Office in Illinois Central Kailrnrd Depot, Chicago ,
R. C. JM'NAIRY &. CO,
NO 85 C0LLEQK STREET.
HAY dete-mined in futnre to keep np a full and ele
gant stork th. wole year round so that persons veil
ing the eity co have tfeir Wants supplied al atl seasons,
and ti er are now receiving their StCOND LARGE IM
gSULTYl TT1 OX G-003J99
Bought in New York since the heavy decline in prices, aad
are prepared to do better for their friends than at any
other Ime In the history of their beat sens, being able to
sell many descriptions of goods bow at less pi ice. than ws
paid for them early In tbe Mason.
In DKsJS OOJDS, we have an elegant assortment of
And all fabrics hy ths yard at prices tar below their sanal
value. We have also redoevd ths prices of ths ekl stock on
hand and ran now supply lhe aiilicn" with elegant
Dresses at a small soet. Ms invits Bi-ttcnlar aitemlea is
the red leuon in prices of ear Silk Stock aad an ununalig
large aVct of low priced Mualma, Lawns, As , Ae.
humutrr Shawls la great variety, very pretty
and new,klis s lew for aoornine.
Lac Ac IMuella Mao ties an slegint assort -meal,
aL-s a large lot at eery low price. Lace Maaiiet at
-rem 14 up.
BUEATiNOb, CirTTON DtTf,
BOIS WEAR, IR1--H LINENS.
FEINT?. GI HA vtti,
PLANT AUOW GOODS, AX? , AC
Iloelerw of aQ kinds.
LIsTrs, all sixes, stslee snd q ialiUse.
QIL CLOTHS, STRJ W MA TTISC3, CiMPSTiyGS
' We ire now ylrmg tbe largest stock veer erwegM Is
this eity, about fUffecwa. sascng which easy be toend ev
ery thing fresn thecoaaesist to the moat eMrgant, togethee
wUb pnated Drnggeti, dumb Cloths Rags. Mats, Itair
Uaens, RoOa, a. , Ae.(and ail at tbe vwy lowtst poas hu
Kay II. . C. MeNIT A 0.
NUa.Mk.ti ANu L. D. CIlLLal.
Jr.T reesived by Ptea-ahwat Lekansn
120 hstmeCkeee. trtt class arutba. .
ts bsa. W. A. Cteeas en hand. .
60 this sweet Crab I Ljee.
l kbit t haapagne Cider.
lud wes. swas r Oytvers, vamalvi to kees all
aner. . 1
Ftrtirt wining to oe'ebrats ths 4'h ef Jaly, saa he as- j
eemsxosea t A lire efs4 nadetbee ne try artans
for that pia aceauby J. tf, AOBsitTwON,
EA I I t tH Al.UOA A -l-' rciv4 y
ibXii&zui a ca
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTEREIS!
KOST BRULIATIT SCHEME ETES SSAW1T.
CAPITAL, PRIZE $60,000 !!
Ticltots only 3XO!
r ? the rremt fcTor with "n" oaT Single Number
Lotteries have been received bv tbe publm. and the Urge
demand for Tickets, the Managers, 8. SWAN A CO., will
nave a drawinr ea h Satnrd.v ihr.,.. ... Th.
following Fcheme will be drawn in each of their Lotteries
To be drawn In the City or Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
.SATURDAY JUNE 6 thy 185T.
To be drawn In the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAYS JUNE 13th, 1857
To be" drawn In the City nf Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 20th, 18S7.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, JJTSE 27tJit 1857, on the Plan cl
SINGLE NUMBERS 1
3,3 OS FTVIZF.S!
MORE THAU ONE PRIZE TO EVERT 10 TICKETS
(TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IK JUNE.
Prise of 180 000 I 1 Prise ,of 1,000
" - 20.000 1 44 ItKlO
10,000 1 1,000
8,000 1 - l.nno
5.000 45 Priies of 8f 0
9,500 li.O ' " lOI
2,500 100 " " 60
" " 8,500 I
4 prises of 1225 Apxm'g to f 80,000 prise are.,
3,305 prises amountingto.
Whole Ticket , tlO ; HaItm S5; Quarters t2.fi t
PLAN OP THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 80,000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Ticket! printed on separate slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tubes and placed in one Wheel.
The first 257 Prires, similarly printed and encircled, are
plteed in another wheel.
The wheelt are then revolved, and a number It drawn
from the Wheel of Numbert, and at the tame time a prise
ia drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prise
drawn out are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioners; the Prise being placed
tgainat the Number drawn. Thit operation is repeated
until an me prises are arawn out.
The two preceding and two succeeding Nurrhers to those
drawing the first 12 Prises will be entitled to the 43 Approx
imation Prises. For exan-ple: if Ticket No. 125i draws
th $50,000 pr'te, those tickets numbered 11248, 11249,
11251, 11252 will each be entitled to f.25. If Ticket No.
5V) draws the (20,000 arise, thnae tickets numbered 644,
549, 551, K2, will each he entitled to $200, and to on ac
cording to th above scheme.
The 3,000 Prizm of f20wlll be determined by the
ast figure of the Number that draws the tiiO.OOO Prise.
For example, if the Number drawing the f 6",0H Prise ends
with No. 1, then all the Tickets where tbe number endt in
1 will be entitled to t'iO. If the Number ends with No 3,
then all the Tickets where the Number ends with 2 will be
entitled to F20, and so on to 0.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the following rates,
which it the ritk:
Certificate ot Package of 10 Whole Tickets fSO
" 10 Half " 40
" 10 Quarter" 20
M " 10 Eighth M 10
IN 0RHKRINO TICKETS
Enclose the money to onr address for the tickets ordered,
on receiptor which they will be forwarded by first mall.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they may
The list of drawn numbers and prizeswill be sent to pur
chasers immediately after the draa ing.
t9rPurchaaers will please write their signatures plain
and give their pott office, county and State.
fST" Remember thatevery Prise it Jrawa.and payableio
full without deduction.
tyAll Prixet ofl,000 and under.paldlmmedfately aftc
the drawing other prises at the usual time of thirty days.
Al! communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. SWAN A CO , Atlanta, Ga (
S. SWAN A CO., Montgomery, Ala ,
or, Z. STfcMSTlEM, gent,
iBox No. 8. Nashville P. O.
I Tf A list of the numbert that are drawn from the wheel,
with the amount of the prixe that each one is entitled to, will
be pubtlsht-1 after every drawing, in the following pajiers:
New Orleans Delta, Mobile RegMer, Charleston standard,
Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly
Day Book, Savannah Morning News, and Richmond Dit
patch. iav V if.
Koyal Havana Lottery.
11 HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Oorernment.no-
aer tne supervision ol the captain Ueneral of Cuba, will
take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, June IClli, ISoT,
i m .
S 3 0O,00 O-
Sortcw Numero 6S2 Ordluarlo.
Capital Vrlzc 100,000 Dolls.
I Prise of $100,000 4 Prises of 12,006
1 60,IH)0 6 " 1,000
I " " 80,000 62 Mat
1 ,l " 10,000 1 48 " " 400
1 " 5,000 20 Approximations.... V00
4 Approximation! to the (100,000, of 000 each; 4 of 400 to
50,000; 4 of 400 to 80,11)0; 4 of 400 to '.0,000; 4 of 400 to 15,000
Whole Tickets $20 ; Halves $1U,
Prises cashed at tight at 6 per cent discount.
Billt on the Nathville city Banks taken al par.
A drawing will be forwarded at toon as the result become
tV Communications addressed to DON RODRtGrrz,
(care of City Poet, Charleston, Bo. Ca.,) until June 16th,
will be attended to. mayXS id
7& LIVERY STABLE
WM. T WRIGHT A CO. would repeetfuny Inform th
Citixens ol hathvllle and the nublie .rcvr.tlv. iha
thty have purchased the v e l-known livery f tabjc aod at
the stock and flxturei, fornerlv oceiidby Hm.J.Phil
lips, on Market street, just below the Square.
We are prepared to board bones, by ths day cr week, Is
We have first-rate lota and box-stall, to accommodate
Droverr, and ali our friends who may favorui with their
W. pledge ourselves to give satirfaetlon In all eases.
We bare a large number of fine Eaddls-Uorses and floe
Buggies to hire at all timet.
Ibe met is, we do not Intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come along aad senior
yourselves. WM. T. WRIGHT A CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
iffo. IHTOCH STREET, NASHVILLE.
M. S. COMBS, PE0PEIET0R.
TF yon wish to hire a fine UACK, a fine HORS or BCO-
X OT, B line KADUI.l-HhS':, a FCRNITCRE CAR,
wiait.aus,sr anytning tn in. LivaltT-BTAoLa
Ll N R, call at tbs abvvs saubtisbmeot and you can be ac
commodated. Horses boarded on reasonable terms, and the beat ears
taken of them Is sickness and in health. Al) I want Is a
lair trial, sad I ws'rant satisfaction to all persons who may
tavor me wiirt vn.tr eu iorr,
N. B. 1 have aieayt on band Horses to sell.
Jn3l M. S. COMBS.
A Driving Uuslness
AT ths eld and weft-known Mammoth
Ur.ry aod Sale Ktable, t W South
Market street, by ti. W. BUMNkR A CO.
We have opeoea our Stable for public pal-
ronage.and all we ask of our fellow dusens a a fair trial
ia all Its depart menu. We keep constantly ea hand, tor
i e Jiorsee aad luggies, low for the ttb. lh-x -ly
. Law asses. t cxa.
ON EEAIESICI BETWEEN StrjLJLER.ANB
REMEMBER th sew lee I lory StabU, now Buggle,
fioe Hor.t. Is tact, here it m ptao to get an A ho.
ALWATS ON HAND,
Ths best f Bores-feed. Hostisr. sad .very thine hi th
Paid to lesrdiog trsaslent snd horses, oc sal a.
Ws bsv good Carriage room. Come snt, some elL and
wa gusraBtre aaiisfaeUosu
Alt we ak It a share of the pablie patronags, hlch ws
are determined to merit.
aarchM LAWRINCE A CO.
T BT. CTTttET, FrNEBAL rNDER-
J e TAKxR sad CJ
TAItt ssd CA 81 BET MAKER, hew
leavetoinfora kis IricBds snd ths pabits genaraity. that
he ha axevwd hit Shop aad OlCa rases to Caas A Sixr
tuvsuiua., ft kcv.net Mreet, lately occupied by J. W.
MeOtraba, vber he Is prepared to torhish OdSnJ f every
deacrtptuia, togvther wtu good Hones, Heck sad every
iking seroMary for feSetaU. He wilt grt kit persenai at
toeuun to aU saBt b4h day aad aigat.
Farnitar of aU kltvdt repaired or aad to srder la th
hewtayio. fckit JuUM H. CLREkY.
Till. LAS r CALL.
I HAVE t new arrival of Negroes o hand, savsngst
iboa as xo"tni h Ay-kaa-U, Us siie sd CJ,tkiU I
tjssips to tU ia tl S9iity.
str.A, xirs v. roiriL
NEW SER1ES.--N0. 473.
C. CABTtt. MUX. a. M'KAT. X. FArTLCOMB.
CARTER, M'KAY & CO..
(Socceuors to Davis, Pileher A Co.)
AUCTION AND COMMISSION WHOLESALE GRO
CERS RECEIVING AND FORWARDINGr
AXD III At SUS IX
'FINE BRANDIES, WINES AND BCMESTIC LIQUORS.
lYo. 73, Public Square,
Lirjic Arrival or Groceries,
TCST received by late arrivals:
O 100hhdN.O Sugar;
136 boxes and Cheats Tea;
225 b xes Msnuractured To
bacco asserted brands;
1N dos Brooms;
75di s Wa h Boards;
SO dos Sitvea;
S (i bxs Star Candles;
100 boxes Tallow Candler;
150,1(10 O. D. Capr;
Hi dos Cotton Ben Cords;
75 dos Jute Bed Cords;
il dos Hemp Bed Cordis;
8 i dos Plough Lino;
28 Reels Cotton Rope;
W'U bags Kio UvEee;
tn " Bait. Rio Coffee;
8 Java Coffee;
CO bbls Molasses:
75 a bbls Mclases;
25 X bbls Syrup;
25 K 10 calls Syrup;
28 haft Pepper;
15 " Ginger;
8 ceroont Imllgo;
S casks Madder,
T5 gr tt Mason Blacking:
25 hblt Mackerel;
250 dos Painted Buckets'
80 nests Pointed T ibs;
1 fags ruoertt;
20 do Brass Bound Buckets: 12 ban Envlish W.lnt-
60 nests Flour Buckets; o Irai s Dates: '
80 nests X-Bushels; g &AT4ntr,
750 Reams Kapping Paper- 5o caskt 8 C. Soda.
40 boxes Scotch Snuff; tebsi 8. C Boda (extra !Tln
25 boxes Smoking Tobacco; papers.)
25 jars Mae. boy Snuff; 250 gross Matches;
60 boxes Ground Pepper; 47 gross Pipes;
12 boxes Ground Ciiiamon; '0 bale Jute Mats;
12 boxes t round Spice; 75k'p Nail-;
12 boxes Ground Cloves; SOOkegs White Lead;
60 bbls Crushed Sugar; 75 nests Market Baskets;
25 bbls Pondered Sugar; 150 bbls Rectified Whisky;
1 0 bblt Coffee bugar; CO bbls White Whisky;
25 boxes Bock Candy; 0 bblt Country Whisky;
50 boxes as orted Pickles, 20 bbls Am. Brandy:
h" lUon 10 bbls Am. Gin;
50 boxes assorted Pickles, 10 bbls 8. M. Wine;
quarts 125 bbls Cider Vinega-;
St boxes Peper Sauce IrO bxs Champagne Cider,
2tl boxes Capers; 60 Baskets Champagne; Red
80 dosen Syrups, RaspberrySeal, C. Heidsick and others;
Strawnerrv. Ginger, Saxsapa- 80 ca;ks Younger Palo Ale:
rilla and Pine Apple; xftciit. M tier A Son Pale Ale:
100 boxes k east Powders: 25 ckt Alison hale Al-
60 dosen Dombey A Son Mas- 40 ckt Browo Stout A Porte r-
t.pr. Orui..l. D:..-t l ...
1J boxes Glass Tumblers;
77 boxes G ass Jars;
25 boxes Ring Jars:
"v uui- citMimniiisie;
83 X bblt
25 bolt India "
200,000 Cigars of all Brandt;
20 kegs Lead;
250 ban Shot:
60 Gnus Brandv bottles;
.j ooxet xtoxer piomaca xtit-suu DDIs salt;
tern ltMiO rka Court atwl win. a.it-
25c cases Brandy;' 600 Sack. Table Salt.
60 dos Cedar Buckets;
6 casks United Vineyard Proprietors Brandy;
8 casks Sherry Wine;
8 casks Mtderia Wine.
Tr ese Liquors were bought of ths ee'ebrated house of J.
G. A J. Boker, New Vork. Alro in store 26 bblt Old Rye
Whiskt ; 25 bbls Old Bourbon Whisky, and a rood iunm.i
of old liquors and Champagne.
We invite the trade to give us a call; and examine our
tock. CARTER, McKAY A CO.
PrT 78 Public Square.
exo. niixii. i a. la sua. a. labibb,
B. LANIER &, CO
(Successors to Hart A Hollingxworth,)
No. 5 ITIarhet Street, Nashwllle,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liqnors.
CORNER BROAD AND MARKET STREETS,
WILL give prompt attention toreceivirg, storing, pur
chasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobacco, Wheat,
Corn, Floor and Bacon, and wili also devote especial atten
tion to receiving, ttor.ng and forwarding merchandise ol
Our facilities in point of room nvenience are equal
to any In the cite. y3i tl
WE are prepared to furnish plantation tuppltet of every
kind, and wonld invite the attention of Merchants
and Dealen to our ttock, which will at all times be complete,
andconsii.u in part, al present, of the following articles:
60 hhds Sugar; 44KI bags Coffee;
15n0 bags Salt; M0 barrels Halt;
800 boxesntar Candles; 250 barrels Whitkey;
100 pieces Bagging; 29 half pieces Bagging:
200 " 48 inch Bagging; 600 colls Hope; together
with another articles usually kept in such establishments.
JOHNSON, HORN B A CO.,
Jy 81 corner Broad and Market sts
P. &l F. LULLIOD,
CONFECTIONERS AND DEALERS IN
FINE FKTJITS, NUTS,
Fine Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
Ho. IT market Street, 2d door from Ilrad
WI would respectfully Inform the eitlsens cf Naahvil
and the trade in this and Ihe adjoining counties, that
we have recenllv fitted up our establishment for the pur
pose 01 doing a nnoiesaie ani net an business, and would
respectfully ask a thare or public patronage.
3T Order's for Candies, Fruits and other articles In
our line attended to with promptness and dispatch,
marrhfi P. A F. f 1LLI0D.
BBBST BAST, J a. B. W. MACBAB, JB. JOBS BAST.
HART. MACRAE &, CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS, AC-,
lVos. 7 and 9 South Market Street,
We now have in Ftor. and offer to ths trade the foUowin
85 hhdt N. O. Sugar, 100 colli Cotton Rope,
93 boxrt Havana Sugar; 400 grose Matches,
123 bbla N. Y.Crosh'd!iugar,200 iot Painted Buckets;
45 bbls do Powdered do, 50 nettt S. Painted Tubs,
ou do n. o. Loar no, rxi coxes eiooe fipes,
200 do do Molasses, new 60 boxes Tenneese Axes, in
?M bag selected Bait. Coffee, 600 kegt White Lead,
500 do N. O.Rio do, 1,000 kegt Naila, ats'd sixes,
88 do Laguyra do, 600 grose Blacking,
25 do Old Gov. Java do, 100 boxes Palm and GermaJi
25 do Pepper, Soap,
20 do Spice, 10 casks Carolina Rice,
100 caskt Super Care. Sods, 60 dot Zine Wash Boards,
40 hf chesta Imperial and 600 reams superior Wrsppin
Black Tea, Paper,
150 bit Ve. A Ky. Tobacco, 600 M. O D. Caps,
A large assortment of 20 bagt Shot,
common A fine Cigars, 10 kegt Bar Lead,
100 boxes W. R. Cheese,
IV caskt rure rort wine,
5 do do Malaga Wine,
8 do do Sherry 4k
6 do do OldMedelrad,
20 bbls Native Sweet dt.
20 do Holland Uln,
60 do American Brandy,
10 do Apple do,
10 do Peach do,
6 do Jamaica Horn.
HART. MACRAE A CO.
55 do I. D. do,
400 packages StarCandlel,
50 do Tallow do,
J"i bag. Timothy Seed,
Jno botes aas'dOlass Ware,
100 do SX10 and 10X12
gflO assorted Demijohns,
200 package W. K. Raisins,
PRODUCE DEALERS AND GROCERS;
CORNER OT COLLEGE AND SPRING STREET,
WILL purchase at the highest market prieee-Uie fo .
lowing articles ol prodnee t
Orchard Grass Seed,
Blue Grass -Timothy
Herds Grass "
Potatoes, Ae , Ae
Country dealer and fanners having any ef th above tor
sale, will d well la call an when they vvtil ths eity.
POTATOES. 100 sack of early Ntehannoek Seed Puts,
toes toe se e by NOEL A CO.
FLOOR. 250 barrel extra Family Floor J est received and
for tale by NOEL A CO.
Jl'KT ARRIVED. Drum Head and Flat Dntoh
Cabbage Seed. These la want showU eaa toea .
ALSO. Chu.ee Sugar Caas Seed, Sweet and Irieh Pe
tatoea, sad general assoruneal of ether Seed. Afl
gvnalns. A 8. WtU.lt,
aavT No.5T 'sth Market street.
M'GOLRICK t BURNS,
WSOLESAIX AND RETAIL C0I7ECTI01ZSJ
ARE opewlag nt their sstajluhment, en Market street.
Me. id, nest door to Mr. Power's Clothing Stare, s
gener.l as-oc'meret of Cssaotionesrsa, wkick tney latead
salting ea very res tenable terms, and traet. by tbetr attea
Iran to b wsi ocas to in duos U pubas to eateod to toe a
liberal tsars ef eetroxags. Aomsg the leaduig aruol
now a bead, snd hieh Uey will be rsosivtsg, ars us to
Candies, ef every variety, Pine Apple aed Ok to Cheeee;
Finite, el every kind; arad A W laee, bos. krss,
Piekrao, saaorted; Cerd.als -every TSfkety;
Ptkld0ro aad Sardines; Ale'aad rwrtcn ,
Shad and Aaimee; Ftaet-igars.
With wanety ef rv - kerwia wassoratod.
Is NtMAMt wnb tbetr Ces'rowBery, they invite Us
stteBlioaef tbe pwbi to their Baaery. troa ebcb a daily
aapply f frw Brvad, Caaea, and Pastry sm he had.
Parties will e atvo ap to erJer, sad sareluilj ant to say
parte tax city. ...
Havtuf awv-Avaneatly haoated hoes, we, tf ssnrss, wwh to
bspatrosueed UMraJy to Ike ead. We Intend e lbs g ea
good torM. and by sar 4 sea wand awrsv to
Uie k ad mum W a geaerwa pabi s, W reepMtfjity tax
vi i Csutrw istaalere, wfeo are M ewr Has f trade, te give
as a saUawjurSyHsrehastng cite her.
ap saw MgtoLRIC A HClwS.
Onnfi r-a-UCliTut.rseiw iMwh-f
D. v. Hint I,
tl. I Colisf .
GROCER . AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
NO. SO COLUOI tt IIAJI BlOAB, NABsTVTIA-t .
LARGE ARRIVAL OF CROCXUIKS'
600 bbls L. Rectified Whifky;
100 bbls J. H. S.xlth's Old Reserve Whiskr:
100 bbls Boi'boa, Momnalela ani Rys W
SCO baca Baltimore Coffee;
lv dosen Oysters;
5 casks Mad let-,
8 ceroont Indigo;
23 boxes Pepper Sane
25 tons Casting, all kinds;
SCO J bbls Ale, ft a ker's XX;
10 kegs 1-eatl;
60 bo set Starch;
60 boxes Soap;
800 bags finj celt;
10 kegs Shot;
5 tierces Rice, to which we invite the attention ef
country dealers. may21 R. C. BANDY.
OWNERS WANTED fcr 2 boxes eonfalnin
Piano, Ae , marks! Mrs. Ellis Hampton, Nashville; for
15 Jf-Pipes Brandy, marked G , Nashville; for T bales Dry
Hides, market! H.Brown.
mxy21 W. H. 60RC0N A CO.
SVG A It. 143 Mule common, lair, prims snd choice
100 bbls crashed Sugar;
125 bbls k if gazer;
60 bbls clarifiea Suitar;
60 boxes white Havana Fuzar. In store and to
sale by ay21 H. m. GORDON A CO.
STAR CANIILES, Vc 100 whols boxes W.rk
A Co.'s Star Cancl rs;
.00 H boxes Werk Co.'s Etar Candles;
SO' V botes do do he,
20 Boxes Madison Starch;
110 boxes Fox's do;
1.CO0 boxes Preseott A Co 'a No. 1 and extra Soan. In
afors and for sals by lmaj21, W. H. GORDON A CO.
yy IU SKY, Ac 1,000 this Julius H. Smith's Whby
fit o' bbls Of ncwitVs Whisky;
600 bbls Old Boo. boo and K Whisky;
250 boxes fine Bi
tor sale by n 21 W. H. GORDON A CO.
OS.UAIILH . SAMI LLTJNGSr ICO bales T-8
iu sales XI itch Uagging
10 bales 7 8 trilling;
, ? ' Sr-srts, 1 aura Bill, and Sorrner El eetihgr;
1.1H.0 bags COIIOO Yams, all nnirl .r. Ir, tnr
,,el,y. W. H.faoRDON A CO-
F'n't frr Tennetsee It an a fact wr ere.
IV AILS.-2,000 h.gtlhcenber.er's Nails, sill
-Ll U kegs lloer lariel Nails;
" aegt rmiening do;
10 kegt FetciDg do;
tC kegt 4, 5, and 6 in Spikes. In iters and for sale
""581 W. H. GORDON A CO.
Si ,S1CES,I '!! 1-a ma
ttock Cf Fairh.i k. .i.k.... - i - r, . .....
" ii'Tiwraigi, rial
orm. Grocer. 1'nnM., ...i o .... ., . .
Bcales, in store, to, .7 Fictory prfc 7
w. M. IjuRDON A CO.
Sole AgenU for Middle Tenneasee.
THiV;b'1Tib7v PTP-1 to trniah thecitiseassf
A N ashville, with Ice, cf the best quality, at his office on
" w7r.Vi,'Jj ?rc,jl ,be po ffice. 1 bis Ice w.s put ap
on Paradue Hill.snd it equal to any everbreo.ht from th.
tray 15-tf W. T. (JABRSTT A CO.
KO. 21 PLJJLIC fe QUAKE.
CENTS ILr. uFm.
SNJ.DK. rJRlzZEl-' ow otening torn, nUm.
. tv., u OliOWt
Genta fine Put p Sole Shoes;
" u Sti eh'd Boots;
" low-quarter Shoes;
" " Opera Gaiters;
,t " " O.fordTles.
-B5T!' nd Yoath' Sno ot every ttyle and d -seripUoo,
which are offered chtap for rn-s.
my18 BNTDEK A FS1ZZELL.
LAtr?-,ES 1IOES -lles fins Lasting Heel Gail
Lailiet fine Lsttlng Gaiter;
" G love Kid 0 alter t, with heels;
Z Kjd heel Slipper.;
m " Jronl-Ie Gaiters, Lasting and Kid;
at OA a.. Hh"fE'd Slippers and Gaiters.
ALSO.-Misses' and Children's Shoes of every desertD.
lion. CaU at No 21 Pubuo Square. '
DOIM T READ THIS ! ! !
Selling ofl (it Cost I
Model Clothing Bazaar,
NO. 25 CEDAR STREET,
Adjoining ths Post Office.
Ths sxteniivs aad entirely new Stock of
FASHIONABLE SPRING CLOTHING.
French and English Fashions.
An extenrlye and complete assortment of
Gents' I'lirnlsliln- Goods.
VV . " JMl rte"Td rrom Rerreaus', ia New York a
T fine assortment of CHILDKB.N'S CAURIAGES -7
tainln. Kim. of th. fin.., iha, h. ever Ue.trohVto
Also, G0-CART3, VELOCIPEDES. Ae.
Si! MACKENZIE A WILSON.
Gas Cooking- Machines.
WX.!!"J rietr of ""'" Kt Cooking by Gas. by
which, at a common 6., Burner, a kettle of water
can be maue to boil io three minutes. Oyster Plates and
Shaving C-p. , to be heated by Gas. Prit.' 1 75.
wfd I"10) Mackenzie, a wilsqw
CITY CLOnifiVG STORE;
Of Spring and Summer Goods.
MARKET STREET, Nash Ille, Tenn.
I I AYINO lately refitted and enlarged .or establishment
stock o'f ' Ur,i WdlUn 0"r t.'Bl1V;
SrRIXQ AND SUMMER GOODS.
Weean fill a orders tor Clothing en ths shortest notice
st pi tees that wui sun all purchasers. "ouc
Our stock of
Is bow eompleie bum for denilemen's and Bo?a wear aad
CLIFTOIT & ABBOTT
TI7 0LLD respectfully call the attention of their friends
snd the public generally to their present stork of
Spring ami Summer Goods,
In the greatest variety, among which are British Half-Hoss-a
superior actio! ; Fancy and Cotton H.tr u... J
met Half Hose; Napoleon, De Joinvili, Lovton and a great
variety of other Neck Ties; a very rich aeortaenlof Darn,
ask Silk Cravats. Silk, Kid, 14,1, Thread and other Gloves
Marseilleis, Fancy and Whits Shirts; Shirt Collar both
fancy and white; Silk Drawers and chins; Merino, Leslie
Thread and Jean Shirts aad Drawers. Those are slew
amoag s hst of articles too numerous to mention, last re
SINGER A CO., have opened as office, at 46. Public
uare, Nashville, for the sale of their celebrated .
Ing Machines. Those who wish to purchase fewwg Machine
which they eaa depend upon, may do so at the ebnva i.
I tit generally admitted by all who have used rewing Ms.
chinee that finger's are superior te all other. They eaa b s
en n u nunc, mw.u mm nuaun, utWI, t. kUI, I otlon, or
Leather, by merely changing the Needle and ThreuL T...
will work with spool lotion. Pile, or Thread. 1 h xJl
chinws work faster, are nserw durable and slmole ibmn ...
etliore. They are warranted to do what they are rep repeal
ed. Singer's Mschine is an ettabii.hed fact. Cad and see it
in operation at Ae, Public riiaxe, NfchviLe.
- M. SINGH A CO.
Being a practical Machinist, I am orvoarsxl t s. n af
coine. us cugvr a uiai may t.oy acudentj gel out of order,
i"'- r. 1UT, AgeaU
NO, 44 COLLEGE AND 41 AND 43 MARKET IT1EX ,
HATI now in store aad offer tor sals, lo tor cash, sr ts
proapl detvlers an tuns
00 ton Tennessee ChareoaS ReSned Ires
178 do Beat brand Pittsburg da
SO ds de Hammered 4,
163 keg Best Brand Nail aad Spikes.
AXELS AND SPRINGS.
W sett Wages Ax tea, a ft sis.
ISO setts Baggy Axles, do,
13 fairs Springe, ds.
119 host Collins', Hants, A Upptnewtt Axes.
t ton Cart, Shear, E. B. aad A. B. Steal.
10 seusAieel lire.
43 soils MaaiRa Cope, all atse.
CASTINGS AND WAGON BOXES.
T3 toss w41 aeearted Casting - '
u sell Wdn Boxee, a l aaes.
SHOVELS ANU SPADES.
TS dooen Aaes A RowlaaiTi (hovels sad Ipsdea
STRAW-CtTTERS A.1D tOUN-SRELe
80 Has. 1 and I Ptraw CBtters Raaftjrj. .
$ Ns. 1 and 8 trttbellees.
Soathwestem Seed and A'Tkzllznl
us vain ithixt. wTiiniir, kxntccxt.
ol (eeds ts no oapiVta aosswilA
iow hwtheis Keataehy 91 Grass Seed;
Bed top st Herds viraes Seed;
,t - vr
K'd OageOrssgs ta-
4 - klu-t da;
- h.ap 0.
M " Casary
. tu TepOeions,
L-jAxsiN snrii casein irzrs-
Ws se prepared to furnish fr aad geeuiaa Oard.a
Istiil. ol grow'.k efiCi, ky tkepecal. in; e xr,.t
Bvxeeeosl4aiBg 100 ot IM Bapar. A hbvral d.uuut
aade to dsa'ar. Osimtt rstu4"iiv ':. wd.
JnaSS (Vit&iN HlkOTSUA
- -s -r-aw.ita;