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: NASHVILLE-' PATRIOT,
DAILY, TBMVEEKLY & TTEEKtTi
SMITH, CAMP CO.,
W. BY. KITH. AS. CAKr, THOS. CALLXKDIB. I. F.
Office, A'. 16 Deaderick Street.
Dally, per annum,
Trl-Weekly, per annum,. "
Weekly, per annum Zi."?,'"'J
One Weekly for two yean, ortiro Weeklies for one
year, in advance, -
CJKOVEK & BAKER'S
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
Promotes tie leisure, health and happiacsi of home.
No. 15, Public Square, Nashville, Tnn.,
In he Store formerly occupied by W. H. CALHOUN.
Wo. 4 05, BroadwayiNcw York.
No. 18 Snniiur Street, IJoaton.
IV o. 101, Clienuut Street, Philadelphia.
.Reason why tMs Machine Is Universally
Preferred over All Others.-
1 Because it is the only Sewing; Machine in
the world ever invented, eo constructed as to
fully meet the demands of families fur general
2 It Is very fimple and is cover liable to get
out of order.
3 It makes a seam which will not rip, though
every third stitcb is cot.
4 It is not a Shuttle Machine.
5 It sews with two needle?, making any
length stitch deeired.
6 It sews from two ordinary spools, and
tbu all trouble at winding thread U avoided
wtiile the same Machine can be ad anted at
pleasure, by a mere chaoge of spools, to al
varieties of work.
7 The ramo Michine rans silk or linen
thread, and common spool cotton, with equa
8 Tiiis Machine will pew in the sleeves of
coat with the same ease auu f.tcility that
eews a straight seam.
a Ibis Machine can be run to make one
thonsand five hundred stitches per tninnte
10 The seams are as elastic as the most elas
tio fabric, so that it is free from all liability to
break in washing, ironing or otherwise.
11 The stiches made by this machine are
more beautiful than any other made either by
band or machine.
The price of these Machines at office in New
lork, range from $75 to f 150 : an additiona
charge of f 10 only is made on each machine
over New York prices atoffice in Nashville, to
defray expenses of importation, &c, to Isash
ville. R. II. MiOCKWAY, Sec'y.,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company.
Trlcr f thiie Machines ranee front
EL1STIC FIRE & WATER-PROOF
TIT, undersigned are prepared to introduce Into ne In
Tenness-e W. F.. CHW.UA A CO.'S PTrNT ELAS.
TIO FIRE AND WATKK-PROOK CEMKNT ROIFINI, and
atk the attention of Architects, Builders, Railroad Com.
panics, and ibe public to examine its superiority over other
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS should not fail t
eiamioe Ihis Roufinn, as it is belter and cheaper than any
tiling in use. The material forms a hard and smooth sur
face tbatwill res'st the action of the atmosphere in every
climate. It is impervious to water, elastic, and flexible.
It contracts and expands wiih tbe changes of thea'inoe
phere, and will neither evaporate, crack nor rot; and, as to
its durability, there is no question.
It is practically imperishable, and will perfectfully resist
any ordinary external exposure to Are, as is abundantly
proved, and we will warrant it water-proof. We will en
rare to put or Roofing on over ordinary food eathing,
old shinties, tar and gravel, tin, cine, copper, or iron rood
It making no difference how steep or flat they may be
for seven dollars per one hundred square feet; it being far
cheaper than any Root of the old style, and we are sure it
will tive better satisfaction.
It will also be found to be the best tnlng ever laventel to
eover or mend old leaky tin, tar and gravel roofi, or around
chimneys, scuttle, dorinar windows, and gutters, where the
tin is ruHtd through. This Cement can he put on to lat
as long as stone, and form a erfect adhesion to any ob
ject to which it is applied. Tin Koofs can be pa nted over
(and warranted not 10 leik) at two d liars and fifty cents
per kindred square feet, which is cheaper and tnu 'b bet
teir than paint. This Kooflog will be found to be the best
theng for covering large Roofs where thev are exnosed to
Br such as Stearo Mills, Saw Miils, Factories, Railroad
Cars, Bridges, Depots, t-Utlon House, Steamboat Decks,
and, in fact, eviry kind of ft oof where there is an external
esposure from Are. As the Knofig perfect, without a Joint
In it, it presents no chance fur fire to communicate, and any
light subtance will burn out without igniting.
tV Insurance Oibces at Cincinnati, and other peaces
where Childs A Co.'s Ccnent has been used, insure build
ings with Koofs oovrred 'ith this Cement, at the same
rate as (or those coverel with Iron, Copper or Tin.
Cf The Cement will be furbished to those at a distance
wl'h directions for nsing.
fUT orders sent to the undersigned, throngb the Post
oSiue, will be promptly attended to
J. T. NATHURPT,
No. 21, Spruce Street.
TESTIMONIALS AND REFERENCES.
Orrtca Uocxkti hrirc Ikpdiakcb Court!, )
C'hoihnati, liec. 16, 1B."6 J
To all whom it mt cibcum: This is to certify that I
have examiued siiecitnens and Roofs of W. K. Chi Ids A Co.'i
4fclas'ie Fire and Water-Proof Cement Roofing," and be
lieve it to be eminent. y superior to any other kind of Roof
ing in use. I was an ee witness of a severe trial of one ol
these Koofs from a Urge volume of flame Irom an a ijoioing
building, which struck directly upon the roof aod cornice
for nearly half an hour. It stood tbe triat beyond all ex
pectalion, and saved tbe building, T. M. H ASKtLL,
President Huckeye State InsurameCo.
CiKCissin AoiKcr Uotal iNanaiKci Court xt, I
February 6, 16.M. J
I have examined W. E. Childs A Co.'s "Klai.tic Firs and
Water Proof Cement Roofing," and. as far as lean Judge,
consider it a great invention, and am willing to insure
buildiugs ll.ui protected upon the same term as I insure
Lb oss covered by metal. JNO. 8. LAW,
Agent Royal Ins. Co., London and Liverpool.
From 3. B. Bennett, General Agent of tna Ins. Co. for tbe
Southern and Western States.
CiNCmsaTi, Jan. 7, 1S"7.
Hsrlng made considerable Inquiry as to the merits nl the
Patent tlastic Cement Hoofing," introduced intothiscity
by Childs A Co., I find it to be highly recommended in this
city by many exctllcnt judges; that it is meeting with very
ready and general Introduction; that its superiority over
the tar composition Kooflog is decided and freely admitted
and finally, I expect to adopt it for my next roof, which will
be next summer having intended to use tin, but will try
the virtues of the ''Patent fclastio Roofing" as a substitute .
Vours.trulj, J. B. BENNETT.
OrnciofTHa Ci. Ham ao Datto Raiload.
Childs A Co.'s Patent Cement Roofing is now used here
eo our best class of Rulldinga. We are covering our Freight
Cars with ll, and our Waiter Micliaoic reports very favor'
able to Ik 8. e. lUUMiiauiau, rres.
Omoa or tii Ohio a wo Migsissin Raii-soap Co., I
CmcisstTi. Jan. 7, lSi7. f
Data Bia: In answer to your inquiry, in reference to
our opinion as K the practical use of your Hoof in the cover
DC of cars- ws may say that from our observation .we en
tertain a very favorable one, so much so, that we intend
tesuosit thoroughly on roofs of building, cats, Ao ; after
which we will with pleasure gve you our d-Med op oon as
tolUBlility. lours, truly, . m ruirr,
Supply Agent Ohio A ali. R. R
Binee th above wa written, the Ohio and Missis
sippi Rallrosd have coutracted for covering tl eir ears, de
pots and bridge, between Cincinnati and V memoes, with
this Cement, considering It the best article they have ussd
(or the purpose.
H. C. Loan, Pres. Ind. and Uin. Railroad.
r timrr PrM. Will. iniMnn ami Zaiesville Railroad.
A. M. hatauss, Pres Merchants' A ManufaclU'ers' Ins. Co
Ji. H.CtsTsa, Agent for .ina and otber Maitrora cos.
IUsst Moarua, Pres. Central lnsuraoee Company.
Vao. CaaULB, President Lafayette Bank
Ctao. W. orrm. Bell ManufV, No. lui i Second sL
btx-a A Voa I'hoc, No. ti Fourth sU
aaa BAttrr, Sib th it., between Fourth and Fifth.
J. i;oiM,Tai'orand Draper, Fourth su
lrln.au (itrswoon, Iron Foundry.
Juiige W. r.aoidox.
Jon Kbiluto a Co , Dry Goods IVale r, Fourth st.
MiTcasu. A Rauhkuukko, Furniture ManulacUirers an
Dealer, Fourth st.
W.H. Stwat, Bo lder t3 Plum st.
Msaiwnaraa Stilwkll, Luisvlt.e.
Via. f. McKaTSiM.ua A Co., Clarksville, Tenn.
apr jt IHmlns.1 W
FRESH ARRIVAL OP SPRING AND 6DJULE
R. It. CUTTl! R,
K0S. 86 AND C CORNER COLLEGE AND BR0ADWAT
TT8 received Ms stock of Boots Shoes, Hatt,
11 Trunks. Valises. Carpet-Bags, Ao., for
Pring and Summer Trade, tonusting In part
Indies tat Kid and Mor. Boot, thin and thick sols;
Kid Blippsra, p am aol trimmed,
" Lasting uaiters.side and fml lace;
" Lasting Patent Oalitrs, extra 6oa;
M M Kid Gaiters, Buklns and l ie;
Misses and Childreu's Lasting Gaiters and Cos. Bootees;
Children's fine Kid and Mor. Bootees, Welted and P. Sola;
Slippers aod Ankle Ties;
M Fancy Glove Kid Top bootees;
Women's extra size Kid Buoteat, Bu-kins and Slippers;
" Mor. - pegged aad sewed,
Servants' heavy Caif, Kip and Mor. Bootrea, extra s!ss;
Gentlemen's Sue Calf pegged aod sewed Boots:
Gents one Cwnrresa, Caif, Patjand Kid Oxford Ties;
" Lasting Brogaos, of various sly Ira
Boys Youth's and Children's l a f, I'al. Leather and Kid
ALB . Men's, Bo( tot Youth's Calf. Kip and Congress
Brogarvt of every description, nut sisra.
A WO. A large stuck of 1 r uulu, Values and Carpet-Bap
Of tbe beat quality.
HA18, HTd, HITS. I have received, direct fro (he
snsna factories, all the Ut-t Mylee of spring an ! rummer
Hals, consisting of snierinr Catsimrre and luft far Hatt of
every quality, together with an endless variety f (Ins Leg
horn, Panama aod Straw, fur B ya, Ma aad Children, ai
a which will su sold on lbs saost reasonable terms for oaah,
r to panei aal dealers. B. &. CUTTsK,
May 1 Woe g and ht tmr. of fiiee tl) M 4wav.
IAI.tO Ki:i lu aotlron haid a faU aaaortneot
of Leather Belting, froat I 4 to 11 lor, ta VMtta, aad
lb beat article ol Brace Leather, wi h tkfiper Purrs and
Eiveta. Farmers and Msch netis would Bod ll te ILclr la
ret to eAauuue my etoUt before purchasing.
. B, CCTTIt.
Mas 11 Vo.MM4MMCUseM4Brosdva.
Ail ll it
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MEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From 8. M. PETTINGILL CO'S ADVERTISING AGENCY
112 Nassau Street, Nrw Yon,
And No. 10 State street, Bobtob.
P. A Co., Are A rent "for the most influential and largest
circulating Commercial Papers both in the United States and
Cordage, Oakum, &c.
OTIITII, COOPER & CO., 1!2 Front t.,New
O Vork, aad 75 Tchoupe'oulas at.. New Orleans, Wanu
acturers of Cordsge, Oak cm, e offer for tale a full as
sortment of Maniilt anil Tarred Rope. Navy and Extra
Oakum, deliverable in New fork or Net Orleans.
MEL0DE0NS, and HUSIC.
T1IK CASH MSTE.1I A1IOPTKD.
PJilCES ORE A TLY RED UCED!
K0. 333 BROADWAY. NEW YORK,
Atrent for the Itevt Itoton and ew York
THF. Largest assortment of Pianos, Melodeons, Musical
Instruments, and Musical Merchandise of all kinds, in
the United States. Pianosfrom Tx different Manufactories,
comprising those of every variety of style, front the plain.
neat and substantial f octaves, in Walnut or Rosewood
Cases, from $1 50 to 1 2 0, to those of the most elegant finish
np to One Thousand Dollais. No bouse in tbe Union can
compete with the above In the number, variety, and cele
brity of it instruments, nor in the ExTaxnaLT Low Paicxs
at which they are soid.
HORACE WATERS' MODERN IMPROVED PIANOS
With or without Iron Frames, possessing In their improve
ments of over-strings and and action, a length of scale,
power, and compass of tone equal to the Grand Piano,
united with the beanty and durability of structure of the
square Piano. They arejustly pronounced by the Pressand
by the first Musical Masters to be equal to those of any other
manufacturer. They re builtof the best and most thorough
ly seasoned material, and guaranteed to stand the action
f every climate.
Each instrument guaranteed to give satlfactlon, or pur.
chae-money refunded. SECOND IIAND PIANOS Al
GRF.A T BARGAINS, constantly in store, price from $30
Horace Water' !Tlrlodens, superior Instru
ments in tone, touch and durability of make. (Tnned to the
equal temperament ) Melodeons or all other styles and
makes. Price, 45, 60, 175, I00, $125, $140; double Reeds
and two banks of Keys, 6200. Less a liberal discount.
Clergymen and and Churches, an extra discount.
Martin' tinilara,. Brown's Harps, Flutes, Flu
tlnas Accordians, Violins,, and Musical instruments of al)
kinds, at lower prices than ever before offered to the public.
A large discount to Teachers and Schools. The trade sup
plied on the most liberal terms.
M naic: One of the largest and best selected catalogues
of Music now published, c imprising many of the cho ce and
most popular airs of the day, and will be sold at one-third off
from the regular prices.
Music sent by mail to all par "f the country, post-paid.
Particular and personal attentioZpaid 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 prices forwarded to
all parts of the country by mail.
tr-Great inducements offered to Agents in all parts of
the country, to sell the Hobaci WATuts'Pianos, Melodeons,
ana catalogues oi music. jyiz
NEW AND IMPORTANT
Discovery in the Science of Medicine.
EVORAVINGS OF THE SEALS OF THE PATENT OF
FICK. OF GREAT BRITAIN, ECO LB de PHARMACIE
PH ARM A.CIEN de PARIS, AND IMPERIAL COLLEOE
OF MEDICINE, VIENNA, are affixed upon each wrap
per, and around eacn case oi
Triesrmar Xo. I, 2, and 3.
Thus protecting the public against Imitations, which are
liable to tbe severest penalties courts of law can award.
DR. H. A. BARROW, Member of the Imperial College of
Vicuna, and Royal College of Surgeons, London, may
ne personally consune J at nis resiaen'-e, ioi rnnce street.
(few Mo ks west or Hroa'twav ) ew Yom, irom ll in the
morning till S. and from A till 8 in the evening, (Sundays
excepted,) unless by special appointment.
RIESFMAR No. 1, is the Remedy for RELAXTI0N,
SPERMATORRHEA, and all the Distressing consequences
arising from early abuse, indiscriminate excess, or too long
residence In hot cl iron tei. it has Invigorated and restored
to perfect health, thousands of the debilitated who are now
in the enjoyment of all the functions or Manhood; and
whatever may be the CAUSEL, every DISQUALIFICA
TION for MARRIAGE is effectually subdued by this Won
derful Disco7ery I
TKIE-'EM AR, No.ll; completely and entirely eradicates
all traces o; bonorrhosa, botn in its mild and aggravated
forms, Gleets, Strictures, In itttion of the Alaii ier, non-re
tenlionofthe Urine, Pains of the Loins and Kidneys, and
those disorders where Copaiva and Cuhtbs have so long
been thought an an tidote, to tbe ruin of the health of a vast
portion of the population.
TRIESEMAR, No. Ill Is the great Continental Remedy
for Syphilis and Secondary Symptoms. It also constitutes a
certain cure for Scurvey, Scrofula, and all impurities from
the vital stream, so as altogether to eradicate the virus of
disease, and is a never faiiing Remedy for that clan of din
orders which unfortunately the English phytician treats
with Mercory, to the inevitable destruction of the patient's
constitution, and which all the Sarsaparilla in the world
TRIESEMAR, No. 1,8 and 8, are prepared in the form of
a losenge, devoid of taste or smell, and can be carried in the
aistcoat pocket. Sold in tin cases, and divided into separ
ate doses, as administered by Valpeau, La Iram, Koux, Ri
eord, Ac. Ac. Price f 8 each, or f ur cases in one for (9,
which saves $3; and in 27 cases, whereby there is a saving
Special arrangements having been made with the various
Exprerses, the nine dollar cases of Triesemar.and the larg
er sia.-s, are forwarded by Dr. Bariow, carriage paid, imme
diately on receiving a remittance, to any part of the world,
securely packed and addressed according the instructions
of tbe writer, thus securing to the public genuine European
prsparationa, and effectually protecting them from spuri
ous pernicious imit itions. The three dollar cases sent as
usual, but not free of carriage.
To be had alje.frorn Dr. lUr row, that beautifully Illustrat
ed and pupularwork, "HUMAN FRAlLTV.or PHYSIOLO
GICAL KESK A KCil hi. It describes in a clear and lucid
manner the cause and effects of the diseases above enumer
ated, with instructions for their preper treatment and cure.
Price 23 cents. Sent free to any address.
Address DR. BARROW, 157 Prince Street, (few blocks
westof Broadway,) New Vork. nov5 lydv.
JOHN HUGH SMITH,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
NO. 14 CEDAR STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN
D It . R . M A It T I N
NO. 8 NORTH SPRUCE 8T.,
t9 tf !M All Vll.l.l'.. TENN.
Ult. J01L1I. CALLENDElt.
will devote himself to his profession.
Office, NO. 39, CHERRY ST., UP STAIRS.
1. M. Ti:3IPI.I
Attorney cvt Law,
OFFICE, SAME AS BHFRKIFFH OFFICE CHERRY ST.,
NEXT DOOK TO I'OT OFFICK, IP STAIRS,
Will practice in all the Courts holden In Davidson and Sum
nereounties, and will give his Individual attention
to all business entrusted to his care.
l)lt. JOHN II. MORTON
F ESPECTFCLt.T tenders his Professional Services to th
JV citizens of Nashville and vicinity, OQice No. 61 Cher
ry street. Jano dly
I II. EDWARDS,
Attorney at 1a aw,
Will attend to all business entru.ted to his care In South.
west Missouri. marlO ly
31. M. IICXKLC, Jr.,
ATTO H N i: Y AT L. A W ,
OFFICR Nf 4 CHERRY St REFT, UP UTAIRS, TH1
ONE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY DR. THOMPSON.
tTW Particular attention given to the collection of Claims
W All business entrusted to his ears will suect With
lud-e 3. . Baisa. Key. A. U P. Gall.
Dr. J. B. McFaaai. W. A T. II. Gaaaariaxa A Co,
Lis wist A Caocisrr.
MANSON M. BRIEN h M. M. BHiEN, JR,
ATTOHNEYS AY RAW,
CtBee. No. 47 Wet side t Cherry St., Coper's Building,
formerly occupied by Ed. twmg.
T flAVE takra in co-partnersliiu my son, M. M. Bun, In
I the practice of Uf in all the Ceuru of Davidson ooaa
i. On, ar both ean seatrally be found in the sites.
Pmnniaad esoeciaJ attention aloays giveo to securing
and collecting all claims. IMuoey ateaysready when eol-
I have bee a constantly aad reg olarly engaged in say pro
1.1.. In th. Mountain District, for th last twenty ytars.
nd will continue to at end to seewriog ana oo;i"-iing an
claims Inwottedto my eare in me eowuties oi i unn,
DeKalb. WhiW, Fentrsws, Overton, rotnaa anajacason.
i km ..n-r.l afouaiBtaace with the saercnante ana
K ... -n n ittAM eoautira.
Th. tl.rrt.tsu of Nashville, aal of other places, might
Sad It to their luuresl to eoulsr with oe in rotation ttcro
I refer te any and all persons who know me, nw say
ability and prompt atteaUoa to biaes. ..,.
snar.til7-l sia.-u- va.
TO THOSE WHO III DC!
Fiinn. sij Omi.1
MAOttfActiutr of Carriajs, Coachei Saffit.
-. 60 t.mvr tr -TitsriAcl fctrcet.
I AM new taaaufaotartng every variety
id style of vehicle, from th plainest
b te the vest aWaoliral and elaboratly
fhA tu- oat.
Barlaf eBgagad nret-ciass worssneo, one ochoibco a targe
amount of I'M wet or stars, a m prrpwww w mm vwi
which will enwtpare with aay la the whole cowstry, either foe
style or durability. All k'oe hteJe kept wuHaaiiy on
hand, or priptiy mad to order.
ra-..ra.iia I'ttlrssl ('slltasT
This Importaul i a i in me oswpimg mmmi
I S. has itlllHt BBUcn lMrr-j urancwm w.
nd Uiotkl upea HB tne suh-i-j " -u--
nown. Havis.g Uieeseiuaise ru H.r,.
making am aimrm to ooi
CrB.meo.bar tt place at uaietuewM -r
ho- t, Ltvmf kia'ke cUt. aa. .. L
NEW Y0RK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From VISCHEB OWEN A CO., Gen'l Advertising House,
Appuroa' Bgruio,846 Broadway, New York.
THE BEST FRUIT CAN
It if the Cheapest
in tbe world.
It requires neither
to seal it.
are used in this
It closes with a
and is so simple
that any one can
Propr'etors for the United States,
rRATTS PATENT SAFETY LAMP A FEEDER MNU
FArTURING COMPANY, 1C6 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Agents fcr the ComraDy,
J.AC. BFRRIAN.601 Broadway, N. Y.
may29-lm J. KETCHCM A CO, 2S9 Pearl st., N. Y.
IMPORTED WINES, GROCERIES, &C.
I. & W. GEERY,
203 Canal st., and 719 Broadway, N. Y.
IMPORTERS AND DEALaRS IN FIRS T-Q UA LITT
Offer to tt e TRADE, HOTELS, PRIVATE FAMILIES, and
all who are choice in their taste, and desire a
aenuine article. laree variety of
TEAS 3REEN AND BLACK, SOUCHuNG, POCCHONG,
ANGL1SH BREAKFAST, OOLONG, IMPERIAL HYSON,
GUNPOWDER, YOUNG HYSON, Ac., in che.ts and half
COFFEE MOCHA and JAVA.
WINES MADEIRAS, 8HERRIES, PORTS, HOCES, Ac,
very old and high giades, in original packages, demi
johns, magnnms and botttes.
BARTON aad GUESTIER S CLARETS.
CHAMPAGNES: Moet A Chandon's Cabinet Imp'I Verzenay
Do Heidseick, G. H. Mamm'i, do do do
LIQUORS Brandies, Rums, Whisky, Gin, Arrack, Absinthe,
Kirscb, Ac, Ac, in original yackages, also, Curacao,
Maraschino, Anisette, Noyeau Bitters, Ac.
MALT LIQUORS-London Brown Stout, Scotch and Eng
CIGARS A variety of Choice Brands.
PICKLES ENGLISH and FRENCH.
SAUCES-For Fish, Currie, Game, Ac.
CHEESE STII.TON, CHEDDER, ROYAL VICTORIA
PRINCE ALBERT. PaRMESAN, GRUYERE. SAPSAGO,
DUTCH and AMERICAN.
SUGARS-LOAF, CRUSHED, PULVERIZED, St. CROIX,
sc., in bhls and half barrels.
HAMS WESTPHALIA and AMERICAN.
OILS OLIVE, SPERM, and WHALE.
fW Our Liquors are warranted unadulterated, and
of our own Importation. feb6 tfv
DIC. IjAltMONT'N PARIS AND LONDON MED
ICAL ADVISER AND MARRIAGE GUIDE 20th
edition, 490 pages, 100 electrotype pictures, cloth, t' and
four U iter stamps. Mailed free. Among its contents is
the anatomy of the sexual organs of the male and female,
all their diseases and weaknestes; latest discoveries in re
production; a new and healthy mode of preventing con
ception; quacks their recipes and specifics; the author's
unequailed Paris and London treatment of Gonnorrhcei,
Gleet, Strictures, Syphilis, Primary aod Constitutional,
Emissions. Impotency, Ac, at 82 Mercer St., opposite St.
Nicholas Hotel, New York. Address letters to box 844 N.
Y. P. O. "We recommend Dr. Larmont to the afflicted."
(iurier de EtaU Unit, Stunts Zritung, Democrat, Day
liook. Mercury, AUat, I'olice Oaseite, die,
IMPRO VED KEROSENE, CAMPHENE, FLUID,
AND OIL LAMPS.
IN VARIOUS STYLES AND FINISH.
MADE TO ORDKR FOR
CHCRCHE", COLLEGES AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
No. 132 William (., near 1'ullon, JS'ew York.
Through in Six Minutes!
AN extraordinary and astonishing im
provement in Cream Freein g; will
freeze in SIX MINU1 KS, by a simple ard
elegant application of well kuoan princi
ples, producing this cetirable and surpris
ing result. A child of ten years can can
age it without difficulty. irXs
Three fcilTer Medals
Awarded by the Maryland Institute, and
Fiast Class Diploma uf the Metroi oiitan
Mechanics Institute, attest the superiority
of this apparatus over all thers.
Asa further and convincing proof of the
excellence of this Freeser. the undersign
ed would state, that THOUSANDS have
been sold since the Patent was issued. i
The largely increasing demand for thit j,
popular article induces the agents tore-
mind dealers to forward their orders early, and
Orders by mail meet wun prompt attention.
Annexed is a list of the retail pne-s of tbe Freezer, for
the convenience of those wanting a s ngle one.
viiirrc of ym.v.y.v.n:
TwoQnarts, ti. Three Quarts, 3; Four Quarts, tl: Six
Quarts, t5; Nine Quarts, 6; Fourteen Quarts. 63: Twenty
Address J. A C. BERKIAN, 601 Broadway, New York,
marchtl U8rov Agent for Patentee.
Cream Actually Frozen in Three and a
Twsrm --j as
Patent Five-Minute Freezers
PIT TO THE TISTI
THE ability of Masmi's FaisaiR to freeze cream in Ave
minutes was filly proved on Wednesday, tbe 18th day
of March, at the Pu nishing Warerooms of 8. W. Smith,
N o 584 Brosd stay, bef jre a large au. Hence assembled to hear
a leclure from fr if. nume, on the tnhiect of refrigerant.
Cream was actually frtzeo in X minutes by the watch.
5 qnarts, $3 1 8 quarts, S
4 quarts, 4 I 14 quarts, 8
6 quarts, 6
f3r A liberal discount to the trsde,
k. P. TORRKY, Manufacturer, No. S Piatt st.
Orders for the above promptly executed Also, Whole
sale Agent for "Arthur's" celebrated Self-Sealing Cans and
Jars. t Ap ii 21 8my.
rM t'A lll.ll , A Pamphlet stating all the modes
X of preventing conception, will be sent to you on receipt
of a letter stamp to "Box 84 New York Post Offlee," or Dr.
LARMONT, M Mercer street, opposite St. Nicholas Hotel
New York. mar 27 omdv.
Gold Medal Pianos !
STEIN WAV A- SO.S, manufacturer,
Q i WALKER STREET, NEW YORK.
Of Received the following Fisjt Pans I
Mkdaui in Competition withthe best makers
of Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Bal
TWO FIRST PRIZE MEDALS at the Metropolitan Fair,
Washington, March, 1855.
A GOLD MEDAL at the Crystal Palace, New York, No
vember, 1S?5, (being the only gold medal given for Pianos
within the last six years )
A HOLD MEDAL at the Maiyland Institute, Baltimore,
TIIS FIRST PRIZC MIDAL at the Fair, Crystal Palace,
New York, November, 1856. Among the Judges were the
first Musical Talent of the Country, such as M. Mason,
ttoltschalk, Wollenhaupt and many others. St. A B. Pi
anos, (with and without the Iron Frame.) are warranted
for three years, and a written guarantee given Pianos
packed and shipped ilk out charge. Prices moderate.
C F. TIIl'IHTOM has been appointed sole Agent
for the sale of the above Piano Forte for Nashville and Mid.
die Tennessee, some of which are now In use in this city.
He would respectfully refer to Mr. J. M. Bass, Mr. W. U,
WaiTos, and Mr. J. P. W. Baows.
Mr. T. can be seen at 84 Summer street, cr a line ad
dressed to Box 7J9, Postofnce, Nashville, will receive at
tention. May 6 tf.
PLATFORM B EE 1 1 IVES.
PATK.NTKD JuhttG, 1833.
rpillS Hive has taken the first premiums at th Stat aod
1 Ccoxty Fair In Vt, N. H., Mass., lad. and Ohio, in Iht
Fa I of ls54.
With this IIIv any one may keen bees with perfect safe
ty and success, since all difficulty and uncertainty are en-
t re'y removed.
1 he Bee mty tie made tosvvimi from one or more Mves,
or may be conducted into any numoe- oi rives tnuumt
w-riin(7. and still bay a full tnpply of Queen.
T.i Hees are entirely prvt.tl front IA4 frv-JtirfA and
other insects, winch an ior and ruin the Bees. Ihis we
scamifaf, if managed according to the directions which are
given to the book.
Th Bee aiv an opportunity to exercise in in spring.
and dear th DUh boa ihaur hives, without flying out to
die en the snow.
Th filth can at sny time he removed from the hives with
out disturbing the Bees.
The Bee caa be transferred as often as necessary, te give
thia nw oooib, an I without killing them.
It prevent ail possibility of robbing, while feeding.
It is thoroughly veotiUted throagbout feed-drawers, hlvos.
hooey box, aad chambers.
Th work aad progrwa or in sees stay do seen in tae
hive, hooey -boa aod bed drawre.
Divtrtct and County Klgtit for sal In ta State or Trance
see, wlih Books, BiU of Fd. AO , gtvn f lull d reeuoo tor
saaking th Uiv and managing the A,- All letter and
aoosiBantrattoaslo be addressed to D. CtBlKS,
Marl Has. Nahville, T.na.
""E. lit. Glascock,
AUCTIONEER & GENERAL AGENT,
WOCLD offer his service Ls the pobUe as Agent fon
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
or elher species of pvottrty, either to Iowa or eMiatry. Be
teg dtrmiod le devote any ha to the above basis
and having a4 esaiirtt experMaoe, I Batter taytk
that 1 caa give saturfacuoa to tboso oh saay favsar sae tc
that lm. I a always be fwaad al lb CoawUng bvoub
of the 'fatriotOJfiC.," wh.ro, in say iUaca, riwsaa
bolsfU 1 win aiMatutid to tb aie of
Dry Good, Cr6ceiie &c.
aareh t. IbST.J
" ACEXTSI WA.MTEDs
f l 0 Ml! Goods fv Kairetariog bou la tx's Cty.
X Bsiary trees IH 1 1110 pr aaaoth 4 aXHae.
Oe rweeiptof lid, we wut aard B.scp. tr gipr
with iMtreoutfos, or, aJdrw eaaouog P. O. btaaijM fur
particulars, 0. B. OtVIS, ,
SVa 9MMm mam cwi pivirr,
Hm, SU, AUa Ciacmo.l , hio.
J4M 1 lrd. Ps4 Oio 9n ssd.
TEM., MONDAY, JUNE
zx 23. 13L "Vaults
IRON DOORS AND SHUTTERS.
Specimen Book of Railings sent by Mail.
Jan29 275 Firm Stssbt, CINCINNATI, O.
O OTJ JSTM.'XJi.i 'JbiiT!
CAUTION TO PARTIES PURCHASING
S. IV. PIKE'S
lla y noli a IThisIcti
rpnt UNDERSIGNED, manufactorer and sole
x proprietor or the above bran d of WHISKY,
would respectfully inform his customers and our -.
chasers of Ihis celebrated brand, that there has appeared in
the Charleston and other Southern markets a counterfeit
of the above Whisky, being a poisonous imitation, branded
similar to his brand; it passes nnier the name of S. N. Dike's
Magnolia Whisky, Cincinnati, Ohio, and other names simi
lar to S. N. fike. As there is no party in this city of the
name ol 8. N. Dike, it is intended to impose and deceive
those who would purchase the genuine brand. I make this
statement to put parties on their guard, as there are several
penoni in tbe east and west making an imitation, and
using my name with a slight a'teration. I hae analysed
several samples of this counterfeit brand, and found that it
contains a deadly poison; this fact alone impels me to cau
tion the public, protect those who are liable to be lecaived,
and prevent the evil results attending tbe nse of this
poisonous imitation. I also hereby caution the counter
feiters of my brand that I will prosecute them to the full
extent of the law. The genuine S. N. Pike's Magnolia
Whisky is distil ed from the best quantities of Rye and
Corn, and is warranted free from any deleterious or obnox
ious cempounl, it being a pure and healthy beverage.
Many parties hare recently commenced making a brand
of Whisky called Magnolia, buttbey are an immitation
of my trade brand, so be careful at d get the only genuine
Magnolia Whisky made in the United States, and distilled
only by me. SAM'L N PIKE,
apr2u ly No.18 and 20 Syeamore st.
Cheap Cash Store,
C0RNEB OF WALNUT AND IR0NT STREETS,
Wood and Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
Hooting Material, &c.
200 pkgscov'd Buckets;
3.10 doten Bail Boxes;
200 nests Tubs, painted:
125 dos Band Boxes;
200 " Hames;
1,200 Zinc Wash Boards;
19,000 Plow Handles;
70 nests White Pine Tnbs;
129,000 Cane Fishing Poles;
300 ass'ted Liquor Kegs;
10 dos BB Cedar Cans;
S5 " Neat Boxes, varnish'd
200 " Painted Tabs and
279 ooi Varnished and Three
21,000 asVed Broom Handles;
179 dos white Cedar Buckets,
XOOdos Tar Cans;
3H) pkgs Half Bush. Measures
79 dos Pine Churns, assorted
19 B B Cedar
100 nests white Cedar Tubs; 1 123 dos Well Buckets, ass'ted
200 Willow Wagons, common: 1700 nests Oennan Market do
80 " Clothes do;
400 dos Feed BaskeU.ln store
500 " ex. fall tops
75 Empire Cabs;
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
150 dozen Willow and Rattan
and to arrive:
200 dozen assorted Market
25 dos Children's Rattan and
6 dos ass'ted Office Chairs,
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Bummer.
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Baskets; Work, Fruit
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work madetoordei.
100 dos Feather Dusters;
9i0 " ass'ted Shoe Brushes;
100 " ex. Scrub "
,45 Rocking Horses;
100 bales Alicant Mats;
Oil Jute Hark and Skeleton
25 dos Toy Air Pistols.
COUDAGE. TVl.M:s, Ac.
100 coils 1 V and IX inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
lOcoils l to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 colls X, to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 dos Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
110 doz Hemp Bed Cords; ,100 bales Carpet Chain;
1 .000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; j 1,800 lbs Wool Twine,
1,500 lbs Flax 44 " 800 lbs Seine Twine;
75 bales Batting; 150 reels Hemp Packing;
25 " Wicking; 75 coils Tarred Rope;
450 " Wrapping Twine; '150 " Jute Rope;
1 ,500 bundles (Frnnd) 1 angel-man's Wrapping Paper;
1,800 44 Mcgregor's do do;
2,000 reams Lockland do do;
150 reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 44 Ham 44 TO 44 Batting do;
54,000 lbs Roofing do, dry; 15,0001b Roofing do.satn'ted;
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candles, Stearins Candles,
Starch, Gei man Soap, Ac.
IKON BOl'ND KEGS,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
ers' nse, constantly on band.
Pine Churns, 18, to, 51, 24 inch Red Cedar do 16, 1 S, SO, tl do
Cerdar do 16,18,20,22 do Painted do Su, 23,24 do
Brass Hoop do'4 44 44 44 do (Barrel do 16,18, 20, 23 do
Oiled Root, Black Top and Bine do ;
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
For sale by S. X. BARRETT.
may 14 cor. Walnut and Front su., Cincinnati, 0
Chcajt Cash Store,
CHAS. II. WATERS ti. CO.,
(Successors to F. Birdsall A- Co.)
Manufacturers aad Wholesale Dealer la
WOOD AND WILLOW WARE,
BROOMS, C0RDA0E.TWINK8, A 0.
HAVING largely replenished oar stock, and also intro
duced many articles not heretofore kept in this estab
lishment, we are now able to offer inducement to tbe former
patrons of this house, and dealer renerally, not surpassed
by any other house in this city W shall keep constantly
en hand a full and complete assortment of every artlel in
this lino of business, and w are determined to sustain the
reputation of the o d firm, and not to be outdone by any one la
this business; and it will be our greatest endeavor to give
satisfaction te all.
Wood and Willow War manufactured to order at the
shortest notice. The following list, though not complete,
will give a more general Idea of our stock in store.
850 dozen large Shaker Brooms;
AiK do. small do do.:
875 do. steamboat do ; superior quality;
"0 do. do de.; common;
5"0 do. fancy do.;
4 do. plain and common Brnom;
800 do. fancy hf Broom and Wbisks.
Ws ar prepared at all tims to furnish Broom of
every variety, and ta any quantity; all order wUlteoelve
Iron boond red Cedar Buckets, Tab and Chares; bras
bound red Cedar Bucket: iron bound while Cedar Tube,
Churns, pterins. Buckets, Klers; bras bound whit Cedar
Churns, Buckets, Water Cans and Krelera, Cedar Faucet.
Of every dwerlptloa, consulting in part of MaaOla; Hemp,
Ccttoaand Jul Rope, all rises; Hemp Bd Cord, sash Cords
and Plow Lino. Hemp Parking and Lead Line; Cotton Bed
Cords, Plow Linee and Saa Cords; Manilla Bod Coras ana
Cloth Uu;Ppun Yarns, Mariia.
Buckets, Chorn,Tub, oirs, raoey um.tsnrM ks
is, PataalChvas Wsfons.naeeiBarrows, oe-, ao.
Altoanto, Jets, Manilla Oaona, Hask, Com aad Rep Mats;
Plain aad Fancy Door Bars; Sheep Bain, Palm Uat, Tabic
and Boggy Mats, Ac, Ac
H roth et.
Shoe, Horse, Bern. Btove, hltowh. Hat, Oothso a
Whisk Brashes. Finer Feather Floor aad Hearth Dasura.
Dash Churn, Covered backets Teh. Btev Half Bushsis,
Hon aad Ctotorn B keto. Barrel Cham. Kegs, Dock
Boekeu, Ball Box, WII Bucket, Bockeyee, Poplar aad
Maple Bowt, Chopping Tras, relent Chama, Bali Boaea,
Z" WamkhoariU, Ac.
A good assortment constantly on bsad: tbe beet stock el
Prase aod raeey kultu ia th el'.y. Wil lew Cloth, Mar
ket, Hamper, School, Dinner aad Work Baskets; Ulow Cra
dle, Cab, Wig as, Chairs, Oak Feed, Pch. CUlh Book;
Cora, Eattaa, baskta. Fancy tbrodor4 Work. Frtagod,
Nati,lsu k.OXr, TriesU, Bucvl, Frach AaUc.Tassk
lr, Card. Frail, A, Ac.
Iron BVoad aad Plain Htf Bawbsla, tots FasaH Mua,
CodartUU Buahl, Beaiod Measure tl over kind.
Matches, feervae. Blacking, Buauag Itaa, owttor tMnts,
Meaids aad eaddtes. Root Ham. V rapptof Paper. Cottoa
Mope, Curry Comb, Oakasa. Potaio Maabera, Cueoa iMp
pera. K , Trays, Tar Can. Boop, BtareA. Caadkrs. Pip,
Losaoo Bqaf, TwU Boilers. Bat Trap, BoiTOt Cwvora,
Bang Start, Toy tacksts, lack. A A.
KclA Mala siWtwwea Fie! avl CeuM, &Ci AU.
rCty irjJEcic "yv.
sV CAL'CER "V AVy
If JSr cixrrniAM.cao. vvt
O 40 Cm 12 w H
S.y. PIKE'S J
K0ST EEILLIANT SCHEME ETES DSAWN.
CAPITAL PRIZE 60,000 !!
TlclsLots only 310 !
Owing to the great favor with which onr Single Number
lotteries nave Deen received by the public, aod the large
demand for Tickets, the Managers, 8. SWAN A CO., will
have a drawing each Saturday throughout the year. The
following Scheme will be drawn in each of their Lotteries
101 June, 15014
To be drawn In tbe City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, JO' E 6 th, 185T.
To be drawn In th City of Atlanta, Georgia, In public, on
SATURDAY, JLIVE 13th, 185T.
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, la public, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 20th, 1857.11
To be drawn in the City of Atlanta, Georgia, in public, on
SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, 1857, on tae Piano!
dI,GLE NUMBERS !
KOEE THAN ONE FEIZE TO EVERY 10 TICKETS
TO BE DRAWN
EACH SATURDAY IN JUNE.
Prise of ,
1 Prise of ,
1 44 " .
1 41 44 .
45 Prizes of"'
10 44 44
100 44 " .
44 44 20,000
44 44 - 10,000
44 44 5,000
44 44 ,500
44 44 2,500
4 prizes of f 225 Apxm'g to (60,000 prize are...,
3305 prizes amonntingto S204-000
Whole Tickets , $10; Halve S5; Quarters $2.50
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
The Numbers from 1 to 80,000, corresponding with those
Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips of paper,
are encircled with small tin tubes snd placed in one wneel.
The first 257 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, are
placed in another Wheel.
Tbe wheels are then revolved, and a nnmberts drawn
from the Wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a prize
Is drawn from the other wheel. The Number and Prize
drawn ont are opened and exhibited to the audience, and
registered by the Commissioners; the Prise being placed
against the Number drawn. This operation is repeated
until all the prises are drawn out.
The two preceding and two succeeding Numbers to those
drawing the first 12 Prizes will be entitled to the 43 Approx-
mation Prizes, for example: if Ticket No. draws
the (S'),000 prize, those tickets numbered 11243, 11249,
11251, 11252 will ech be entitled to $225. If Ticket No.
550 draws the 120,000 prize, those tickets numbered 54S,
549, 551, 52, will each be entitled to S2u0, and so on ac
cording to the above scheme.
The 3,000 Prize of SsO win be determined by the
ast figure of the Number that draws the $60,000 Prize.
For example, if the Number drawing the 1 60,iHHI Prize ends
with No. 1, then all the Tickets where tbe number ends in
1 will be entitled to $20. If the Number ends with No 2,
then all the Tickets where the Number ends with 2 will be
entitled to $20, and so on to 0.
Certificates ot Packages will be sold at the following rates,
which is the risk:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets $50
iu Hair " u
44 44 10 Quarter44 20
44 44 10 Eighth 44 10
IN ORDERING TICKETS
Inclose the money to onr sddress for the tickets ordered,
on receipt of which they will be forwarded by first mail.
Purchasers can have tickets ending in any figure they may
The list of drawn numbers and prizes will be sent to pur
chasers immediately after the drawing.
EXf-purchasers will please write their signatures plain
and give their post office, county and State.
g3gr-Remember thatevery Prize is Jrawo,and payablein
full without deduction.
EryAll Prizes ofll.OOO and under, paid i mmedistely afte
the drawing other prizes at the nsual time of thirty days.
All communications strictly confidential.
Address Orders for Tickets or Certificates to
S. SWAN A CO , Atlanta, Ga ,
S. SWAN A CO., Montgomery, Ala ,
or, Z. STEMSTIEN, Agent,
,Box No. 8. Nashville P. O.
t" A list of the numbers that are drawn from the wheel,
ith the amount of the prize that each one is entitled to, will
e published after every drawing, In the following papers:
New Orleans Delta. Mobile Reenter, C harlexton Standard,
Nashville Gazette, Atlanta Intelligencer, New York Weekly
Day Book, Savannah Morning News, and Richmond Dis
patch. I May ttrt tf.
Royal Havana Lottery.
T1HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government, un
der the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba, will
take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, June IGlli, 1357.!
iorteo Numero 582 Ordlnarle.
Capital lrAe 100,000 Iiolls
4 Prizes of
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each; 4 of 400 to
50,000; 4 of 400 to 80,000; 4 of 400 to '.0,000; 4 of 400 to $5,000
Whole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10;
Prises cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on the Nashville city Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as tha resnlt becomes
$3 Communications addressed to DON RODRIGfSZ,
(care of City Post, Charleston, Bo. Ca.,) nntil June 16th
will be attended to. I maytts td
7& LIVERY STABLE. gg
7M. T WRIGHT A CO. would respectfully Inform th
v v citizens ol Nashville and the pubiie generally, tha
they have purchased the e.l-known Livery (table and at
the stock and fixtures, formerly occupied by n m. J. Phil
lip, on Market street, lust below th Square.
We are prepared to board horses, by the day or week, In
We have first-rate lots and box-ststls to accommodate
Drovers, and all our friends who mAylavorus with their
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all ease.
We have a large number of line Saddle-Uorsee and fin
Burgles to sirs at all limes.
The fact is, ws do not intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come along and see for
yourselves. WM. T. WRIGHT A CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
fV CHURCH STREET, NASHVILLE.
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOR.
TF yoa wish to hire a 6n HACK, a fin HORSR or BCO-
1 GY, a fine S ADDLl-HORsm, a FCRKITL'KE CAR,
haul awi-v auua.or anytning in the Ll VEKI-STABLE
LINK, call at the above establishment and yea can be ac
commodated. Horses boarded on reasonable terms, and the best eare
taken of them in slckn aod la health. All I want Is a
lair trial, and I warrant satisfaction to all persons who may
favor me with thair custom,
N. B. 1 have always on hand Horses to sell.
jaoSl a M. 8. COMBS.
A Driving lluslncss
A T th old aad well-known Mammoth
XX. Urory aad Bale Stable,
Market street, by G. W. BL'MNkR A CO,
W have opened eur Stable for public pal.
roaage.and all we ask of our fcilow-ausent is a fair trial
in ail I u department. W keep constantly on hand, for
eaioHoro aad Suggies, low for th vis. fck-r -ly
A. law sis ca. j. caasj.
ON SEADER2CX ZETWEXN tUJULERaAND
CHIRR Y STREETS I
REMTMBIR the aw two story Stable, new Baggie,
fin Horse, in fact, her I ras pUco to get aa A A.
ALWAT8 ON HAND,
The host of Hon-feed. Hoatiors, and vary "thing In la
f aid to boarding traasiB! aad honos.onjsale,
W bar gd Carrlag room. Com a,eomo alL and
w guarantee Musfacuos, ,
All we ask ss a soar of the public patronsge, which we
ar determined to snort.
saarehde LAW UNCI A CO.
FT. CTtRtT. FTNItiL t"NDTt
TAKIR aad CAB13 ST M AXKt.bers
leave U Inform hi frnad aad the pabii generally, that
ho has saovod his Shop aad Colt a rooms so Ca. A Sosw
AWiotd stand. Deadcnck strel, Uwly eeraptod by J. W.
MefXcaka, hr he ie prepared to fur hi k Coffins f every
dwsertpiioa, togtlr with good Horses, Hsckl aad every
thiog aorMsry for funeral. He will g-v bis sroaal at
tratioei to all eas both day aad alghl.
Faraitore oi ail kind repair) er saade to order la th
hoot stylo. fcb2 JOHN H. CttSkY.
THE LAS r CALL.
1 BATE a
aew arrival of Negroea o hand.
i thee a excelled bkwak. hi U aad oUU.lW 1
Vssir w toil in oouAiy
tilt w. roirxB.
in ti i i i ik in . i w i j 11
NE W SER1ES.--N0. 475.
A. C. OAITU. rOJI. .. MlAT. B. VADLOOSU.
CARTER, M'KAY 8c CO.,
(Successors to Davis, Pilcher A Co.)
AUCTION AND C03MISSI0N WHOLESALE GRO
CERS' RECHYINO AND FORWARDING
AXD CI At IKS 19
imfl BRANDIE9, WINES AND JCMESTTC LIQUORS.
IVo. 73, Public Square,
Large Arrival or Groceries,
TCST reeeived by late arrivals:
O lOohhdsN.O. Sugar;
136 boxes and Chest Tea;
225 bo xea Manufactured To
bacco assorted brands;
10-1 dos Brooms;
75 dos Wa-h Boards;
SO do 8iev;
S bxs Star Candler;
60 bxs Sperm 44
100 boxes Tallow Candler;
150,C0U R. D. Caps;
50 dos Cotton Bed Cords;
76 doi Jate Bed Cords;
60 dos Hemp Bed Cords;
80 dos Plough Lines;'
28 Reels Cotton Rope;
10 bbli Almonds;
gflObars Rio CoCee;
232 44 Bait. Rio Coffee;
85 44 Java Coffee;
CO bbls Molasses;
75 K-nbls Molasses;
25 X bbls 8yrup;
25 X 10 galls Syrup;
28 hags Pepper;
18 44 Spies;
15 44 Ginger;
8 eeroons Indigo;
2 casks Madder;
T5 gr ss Mason Blacking;
25 bbls Mackerel;
80 bbl Mackerel;
250 dos Painted Buevets
80 nest Painted Tubs: '
1" bags Filoerts;
20 dos Brass Bound Buckets- 14 ha.a ITn.ii.h w.lnni.
60 nests Flour Buckets; 10 frai's Dates;
80 nests -Bushels; . 8 eases Sardine;
750 Reams Happing Paper- 50 casks S 0. Soda.
40 boxes Scotch Snuff; to bxs 8. C Soda (extraHIn
25 boxes Smoking Tobacco; papers.)
25 jars Mac. boy Snuff; 250 gross Matches;
50 boxes Ground Pepper; 47 gross Pipes:
12 boxes Ground Cinamon; 10 bales Jute Mats:!
12 boxes (j round Spice:
12 boxes Ground Cloves;
50 bbls Crushed Sugar;
25 bbl Powdered Sugar;
tO bbls Coffee Sugar;
25 boxes Rock Candy;
60 boxes s s orted Pickles,
CO boxes s snorted Pickles,
24 boxes Peper Sauce
SOOkegs White Lead;
75 nests Market Baskets;
150 bbls Rectified Whisky;
(0 bbls White Whisky;
60 bbls Country Whisky;
20 bbls Am. Brandy;
10 bbls Am. Gin;
10 bbls 8. M. Wine;
125 bbls Cider Vinega;
10 bxs Champagne Cider,
w boxes Capers;
oo Baskets Champagne; Red
60 dozen Syrups. RssoberrvSeal. C. Heidaiek and nth.r.-
Strawberry, Ginger, Sarsapa- 80 casks Younger Pale Ale;
rnia ana nne Apple; xocks. Mater Son Pale Ale;
100 boxes Yeast Powders: 25 cks Allsop Pale Ale;
60 dozen Dombey A Son Mas- 40 cks Brown Stoct A Porter;
lard; 200 bbls Pittahnroh Ale-
40T Demijohns; 80 X-bbls 44 44
100 boxes Glass Tumblers; 25 bols India 41
77 boxes Glass Jars:
zou.uoo Cigars or all Brands;
20 kegs Lead;
250 baas Shot:
25 boxes Ring Jars;
60 Grors Brandy bottles;
25 boxes Boker Stomach Bit-600bbls Bait;
ters: 1000 Sks Coarse and Fine Rait:
25. case BrandyC 600 Sacki Table Salt.
60 dos Cedar Buckets;
B casks United Vineyard Proprietors Brandy;
8 casks Sherry Wine;
8 casks Maderia Wine.
Tr.ese Liauors were bourht of the celebrated bona f 1.
G. A J. Boker, New York. Alto in store 25 bbls Old Rye
Whisky; 25 bbls Old Bourbon Whisky, and a rood assortment
of old liquors and Champagne.
e invite the trade to give ns a call; and examine onr
tock. CARTER. McKAY A CO.
aprT 78 gubllc Square.
eao. mizsll. iA.LAiia. a. LAiiaa.
B. LANIER & CO
(Successors to Hart A Hollisgsworth,)
No. 5 Market Street, Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
Johnson, Home & Co.,
CORNER BROAD AND MARKET STREETS,
WILL give prompt attention to receiving, storing, pur.
chasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobacco. Wheat.
Corn, Flour and Bacon, and will also devote especial atten
tion to receiving, stor.ng and forwarding merchandise of
Our facilities in point of room nvenience are equal
toany in the eitv. JySltf
1X7 are prepared to furnish plantation supplies of every
V V kind, and would Invite the attention of Merchants
and Dealers to our stock, which will at all times be complete,
and consuls in part, at present, of the following articles:
ou hbds Sugar; 400 bags Coffee;
150 bags Salt; M0 barrelsSalt;
800 boxesstar Candles; 250 barrels Whiskey;
100 pieces Bagging; 2n9 half pieces Bagging;
200 44 48incbbKirinr: 600 coil Rope : tocether
with another articles usually kept in such establishment.
JOHN80N, HORNE A CO.,
JySl corner Broad and Market str
1'. &, F. BILLIOD.
CONFIXTIONEIIS AND DEALERS IN
FINE FRUITS, NUTS,
Fine liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
No. 7T ITarket Street, 2d door from II road
WE would respectfully Inform the citizen of Nashvll"
and the trade in this and tbe adjoiuing counties, that
we have recently fused up our establishment for th pur
pose of doing a Wholesale aod Retail business, and would
respectmily ask a snare or public patronage.
frT" Order's for Candies, Fruits and other article In
our line attended to with promptness and dispatch.
ISST BAIT, Jl. B. W. BACSAS, JU. JOSS S BAIT.
HART. MACRAE & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS, AC-,
lVos. 7 aud 9 South Market Street,
We now have In Store and offer to the trade the followln
85 hhds N. O. Sugar, 100 colls Cott .o Rope,
94 boxes Havana Sugar; 400 grose Matches,
123 bbl N. Y.Crush'dSugar-,200 dos Painted BuckeU;
45 bbls do Powdered do, 60 nests S. Painted Tubs, .
60 do N. O. Loaf do, 60 boxes Stone Pipe,
200 do do Molasses, new 60 boxes Tennesse Axes, iu-
S5S bag selected Bali. Coffee, 600 kegs White Lead,
5O0 do N. O. Rio do, 1,000 kegs Nails, ass'd slses,
SS do Laguyra do, 600 grow Blacking,
25 do Old Gov. Java do, 100 boxes Paha and German
25 do Pepper, Soap,
20 do Spice, 10 casks Carolina Rice,
100 casks Super Csrb. Soda, 60 dos Zinc Wash Boards,
40 hf chests Imperial and 500 reams superior Wrapping
Black Tea, Paper,
150 bxs Vs. A Ky. Tobacco, 600 M. G D. Caps,
A large assortment of 200 bags Shot,
common A fine Cigars, 10 keg Bar Lead,
ton boxes W. R. Cheese,
iu cask Pur Port wine,
6 do do Malaga Wine,
6 do do Sherry do,
6 do do Old Medeirado
20 bbls Native Sweet do,
20 do Holland Gin,
60 do American Brandy,
10 do Apple do,
10 do Peach do,
6 do Jamaica Hum.
HA IT, MACRAB A CO.
65 do B. D. do,
400 package StsrCandlee,
50 do Tallow do,
25 hags Timothy Seed,
8K hoses asa'd Glass Ware,
100 do 8X10 and 10X12
800 assortad Demijohns,
200 package W. IL. Raisins,
NOEL & CO.,
PRODUCE DEALERS AND GROCERS:
CORNER Or COLLEGE AND SPRINQ STREET,
WILL purehas at th highest 'marketprices th fol
lowing article of Jiroduce :
A p I Brandy,
Orchard Grass Seed,
Potatoes. Ao .Ao-
Coon try dealer aad farmers haying any of th above fr
sal, will do well to call ea as when they visit th city.
areh I S If.
POTATOES. 100 sacks of early Reshannoek Seed Pota
toe torso by NOFL A CO.
FLOCR.-250 barrels extra Family Flo rj ast received aad
for sal by BOIL A CO.
ST A IU1 IV ED. Dram H4 and Flat Dmloh
AL0- Chio tsgar Can Bd, Sweet aad Irish P.
tatneo, aad a ginarai aesortsaenl of other Beads. All
genuine. B. B. WELLBSt,
apt! no. Oi Beat Market street.
NiJW HQTJBH 1
IM'GOLRICK tfc BURNS.
WH0LE3ALX AND RETAIL COarECTIOXZRJ
A I opening at their t'Al.hieet, oa Mark! street.
No. 84, next door lo Mr. Power's Ctothtn SUar. a
gooerj assort meal f CoaasctHtaat ie. which UF iBi.ad
selling ea very reososabl lorsaa, aad troai, by lhir ati
tioatbiaes, lo Induce th pabiio to stod to thewi
Hbaral share of eatroQSfO. Among th loadiBf rUS r
now oa band, and woich u will be roostvm;, ar th
Caadi, of yr y variety; Fia Apple snd Oh Oiwts;
rraiu, erevtry kind; eai a isw,mi
Pick I, essurted; Cordi, of mt; Vanoty ;
Ptcklrd Outers aad fordiaes; A as a-l ferter;
Shad tnd Saint, Ft Cigar.
W ith a arity of article H Bri a aaw
l.Brtla wiib Ucir 0nVe'ioarv, thy bivtteth
atianuoaef the pabu to vbaur Bakery, ft- wktew a daily
swpply of lrh BroaA. Ceo, aad Pastry oaa bo had.
Patie wUl bo asaJ apt. orvtr, aad wtuUj ent le any
aart.f !bcitr. ...
Haviag pawssaaoafy lt4 aero, w. at eoorso, wish t
bo pairuaiawd booraiiy to the end. We tnlend eUi9g
good trs. ad by r daaaor aoaata4 rwi.e m
Ik k ad 'X" of a garr pbio. W repee!iil! ta.
otto Cooalry Dalrs, woa aro 10 oar line el tr4. to give
oa wi sotwr parchaomg elsewhere.
4e MiOLiics m Brifia.
lire Erick. ,
UUU jrt;. D. D. WCAtT.
SA. B. A. GoBaago ttrmm.
LINDSLEY'S . ADVERTlSf.'?iTSi
NOW 13 THE TDIE
rpo pnrchax that valnabto 6T0RK-H0CSB, en Market
X street corner of Clark, at present occupied by 11. 3.
French A Bon. Th lot front 42 feet on Market and
106 on Clark street. Every on know that this it on r
th cost prominent Wholesale Grocery and Produce
Stands in lh city. It will b sold on most liberal terms,
rorforthcr pa.ticularscall on mrjgtgT.
THE iCHEATEST PROPERTY.
AND BEST BARGAIN.
I Am now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproperty, on Colleg Hill, Immediately opposit. th.
University, so long occupied by the late Dr. Troost. Th.
lot front sixty feet on Market ftreet, with the same front ea
College. TheHoaseia large and lommodioa, gad the
whol, at the price I offer ii ia a great Bargain.
Claibornea' omnibus bas practically moved Collef Hill
rlgt-1 in e the Pubiie Square, and aay on wanting a real,
dence convenient to business would do well to look at this
propety. Gallon A.V.S. LLNDSLAT.
Apr. 80, "51 bao.
I Oil MALL.
LOT In South Nashville on College street, beyond th
A. Medical CoUtge, bonting Co feet, beirg tbe Lot ea
hich Rives' Carpenter Shop formerly stood. For sal.
cheap. Apply te A. V. S. LINLSLEY,
marcbJd 83 College street.
ATABUABLE LOT in Scuth Nashville, comer of Sbbs
mer and Oak streets, trontini 120 feet ea Summo t
street and 170 on Oak street. Will be sold as a bargain
Tbe Gas I new being carried np in front of this Lot.
Auply to A. V. O. uaUBLAT.
march20 ean 83 College street
. lOIl SALE.
THE hsndsom Residence of Mrs. C 8. Ben,
fronting en Cspitol Square and ea Summer
Street is ouerd for sale on reasonable terms. Ap
ply to A. V. B. LIlSL,
- . .a . 1 1 . .
Jebi l so Murg iiraii
I Oil SALE.
A VALUABLE FARM eoetaining ninetr-eevene"
sere, witb 26 acres of woodland detached In Vr
all 1 23 Acres, on White's Creek, Ave miks north of
Nashville, between the Farmsef Wm. B. Ewing and Bit.
A. L. P.Green. Land excellent, well imprcved and sTC ll
watered. Is offered for sale on reasonable terms.
Apply to A. V. 8 LINDSLET,
march 9 83 College 8 treeU
N West Nashville, Lot No. 154, fronting 60 feet on jC
Demumbran street, and running back 176 feet TaZ
to an alley a handsome lot. Apply to
leblS a. v. B. U.IDtiai.
. FOIl SALE.
LOTS 274 and 275 In E wing's Addition, on Iwlng! JbA,
Avenue, on which are two small frame dwell-Xiii.
ings- For sale cheap. Apply to
febl8 A. T. S. LINDSLET.
T OT No. 101 In Shelby's Addition, on Woodland.
-TL street, one of the handsomest in lb w hoi Ad
dition. ApoIt to
feb!3 A. V. S. UND8LET,
TBE OLD HINT0N PLACE, on th Gallatin aV
Turnpike, two suites from lb city; sub-divided .
hi to suitable Lots for Suburban Residences, and is now of
iered for sale by A. T. . LINDSLEY,
leni sa college street.
A VALUABLE LOT for a Family Dwelling, ad-
J.X Joining the lesidenco of Simon Glenn,
Market street, is for sale. The lot fronts 80 feet and ia lid
feet deep, and is offered vry low. Be quick or yon will
lose a bargain, for terms, call ou
febl8 A. T. S- LINDSLET.
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT on Cherry st.
ii bib ward, near the Bautist Church
feet and is 160 deep, with an alley ia tha rear. Is
very low. Apply to feblo A. V. B. UNDSLAY.
TWO or three convenient DWELLINGS, near , ,
the Public Square. Apply to T-S
febll A. V. 8. LINDSLET. JlUL
ONE or two BUILDING LOTS, In the betpor-e-t
tion of our city. Iboso wishing good locations Vv
for dwellings, convenient to business, I ad better call
immediately. You will regret youlet this chance slip. Ap
ply lo febll A. V. 8. LINDSLEY.
SOUTH NASHVILLE. FOR SALE,
FIVE BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS, at there44,
junction of Maple street and tbe Murfreesboroyyf
turnpike. Lots er one hundred and etghty-ight" mm
feet deep, and will be sold on long time, the owner earing
more for interest than he does for j rincipal. Apply to
febll A. V. B. LINDSLkT.
rriAl HY fc CLAIHORNE'S ADDITION
A NUMBER OF LOTS, In Uii Addition, for saleJ
on must reasoned terms. Apply to Vj'
febll A. V. o. LINDSLET.
EDGEFIELD II LOO D'S ADDITION.
LOTS Noe. It, SO, 11, 12, 23, 14. anl 23. on
Woodland street, covered with fine forest trees Vvw
and beauiifulevergreens. Apply to , tv. -T '
febll A. V. 8. LINDSLET.
A BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT, on tbe 6aria-i-i
tin Turnpike, adjoining Mr. Leneur's, on ban- VV
dred leet front and two hundred and ten feet dp."
Apply to febll A. Y. S. LINDSLET.
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT, on the 0-fr
latin Turnpike, adjoining the handsome reel V,1
dnce of Mr. Washington. Lot is on hundred feet
front and two hundred and forty feet deep, with streets oa
three sides of it. Apply lo
febll . A. T. 8. LINDSLET.
A HANDSOME LOT, In Houston's Addition, oe f?.
Woodland street. Fifty tcel front and one bun- VVv
dred and seventy fret deep. It has been recestly en-w
closed witb a neat plank fence.
A. V. S.
FOR SALE.-IIOl STON'S ADDITION.
COME BEAUTIFUL LOTS, on Russell street, at the
corner of Oak street, in this
Additioa. Apply to
A. V. 8. L1NDBLI
a'WO NEW DWELLINGS, oa Fproco strott, cor
ner of Union Alley, just finished, containing
a eh flv room besides kitchen and servants room.
Merchant and ethers wanting houses convenient to tb
Squar, bad ketlor call soon. Will bo rented with the privi
lege of next year. Apply to
A. T. 8. LINDSLET, .
Sr-marchlT M College street.
A TEW seat and comfortable DWELLINGS, la . ,
South Nashville, Including som ol Ciaiborn".
Apply to febll A. V. B. UNDbLEY. JlJL
ELK WOOD, the residence of the late Dr. Berry. , ,
Contain ten rooms, with kitchen, servant' f-'A
room, suitable out-bouse, vtc Th graund contains JL A,
fly acre, with fruit tree, a good vegtabt garden, ano
well of water, el. Apply to
febll a. v. n. Aaucii.,3
THE Rotledg Property, with about 19 acres ef A
Ground. One of th most desirsbl rsidenceAaA,
n tbe city. Apply to
feL18 A. T. 8. LINDSLET.
ELLIS & MOORE,
HA VINO made important addiwoas t oar machinery,
and rraatlv Increasod eor Bsolltiat for manufacturing
Btiab Eboibbb aod Maokiaary of every deeeriptloa, ar bow
prepared to saaaafactur Bleats Engines aad Boiler equal
ia point of Sniah and durability to any made In the sot,
aad at as low pricos. Having ba practically engaged 1st
the Manufacture of Machlaary ia NaahviU for the last fif
teen years, and giving oar personal attention to the saena-
faetartna DeDortmanl. we feel confident that wo ean give
satiafacuoo lo all who may favor as with thir orders at eor
old stand. No. 81 aad 84 Market street, aear Broad, Nh-
All kiad of work for Floor MtJl. Suaa Beats. Saw htnis.
Tobacco Fsotoriee, Banks, JaUa, As., Ac, (isootod promptly,
aad al th lowt can prices.
I?EW IEOH FOUOTEY.
ELLIS &. MOORE
BEG leave t inform their friends aad the public that they
have now In operation a large aad extenotv. IROM
FOUNDRY, adjoining onr Macbin Shop and ar pre
I1U, AVU. OA9AU rn.UM.iri LI,
For vry deeeriptloa of CAST INUS that may V e ailed
for, aad a cheap a it can bo don west ol tbe mountains.
Mux usaaisa, dooos rvwasst, lAawusm,
BajsVasxt, W iidow Hills and Limaa, GaavaBaaa,
Watsb WisaLS, Coas Catmaaaa, and aO Castimo,
sod ia the eoatrUoa of Ftoar MiHa, Saw SUlla, Fsxnao,
and Dwilinga, saade lo order al short aotw.
We will bam rurnah every deaertpuea ef Steam aad water
Machinery at th lomtmmt pnet. Palter mad I order, aad
a charge for aeo of paiwras whlca w have ia eor foandry
im nigasat pnoos paid ia wort r aid iron.
kLXJd A MOORE,
82 kfarkst strmt. oar Broad.
Jan. T, tJT ly NasaviUo. Toa.
WILL FIND A FULL bUI i L l Ui
WTTB LEVER AXD ENDLEBB CUALS POWEiS,
REAPERS, FANS, cfc, at
feblS JOHNSON, HORNEA
prrrs PArxaTiassoxirjKZLLiaa hxat
SIWPLICTTT. oatBoso, aUlity, eoaUbrt, eeoaoasy aod
dnraOibiy aro eosaelaod la this baa iwaMsa. A single
ptato of ea( Iron ml noeaiiar Sjtss, ptaood wtU M ssss.
er 4lf rtwtlag against Iks back of tae fire ploeo. U.
epprrU9go th laildo of lb areh, at fermia
part of Ul Am tutf. wtth.ot lauifcnog wua tbefo i
Apportar aro so asraagod la to grata a to ') a.
draft sutcioat to orrcl a Maty cbiaor, sod the taior.
medial bar ar so mode that ta bat mat WMd etaer
wt ssaiaoo by the .y. ta orril and redectod or
thrown htca loo the rooaa. B a.irauo ta the ats.
ry of aa ordiaory Sr-to or ofcusa? te aesory. It
ean bo ft Bp in a few auaaw by aay pert, of sootsaesk
It has ka fa'riy tried Mapetfat cttnoatos, sad
Btyd sow iisi.
Th length 4 ta hook 'tho lr-p'ae tad th Vreadllt
el to n- a tb areh Lnd,rg nial Lhs pric, Tbe eat
ks bat srSo.
fbBhtfth Fabsat fot sooso ef U host State I for
oa Hd at!oBa In the Patoat 0 al Was h
lag bwsgkl U fcagfU uf ao .ia a a a ll w4
. sty a4trsU Na Jl via, Tao.
"'-' f. ft PITTS.
Oai.T -V b is ia str ttd for so by