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faUX. O. MAT.
GARTER, f'KAY & CO.,
(Susori to Davis, Pilcher Co.) .
AUCTION AND COMMISSION "WHOLESALE GEO
CEE3 RECEIVING AND FOB.WAEDING1
ASD EXAtSKS lit
FINE BRANDIKS, WINES AND DCMESTCO LIQUORS.
Pfo. 73, Public Square,
B carts United Vineyard Proprietors Brandy;
8 cask! Sherry Wine;
8 casks Maderla Wine.
T'-ese Liqnors were bought of the celebrate hoose of J.
O. A J. Boker, New York. Also In store 25 hb'jt Old Rye
Whisky; 25 bbls Old Bourbon Whisky, and a good assortment
f old liquors and Champagne.
We inrite the trade to give us a call: and examine our
tack. CARTE. McK Y CO.
apr7 ; 73 Pnhlie Poowre.
OWXEItS WWTEn for 2 boxes containing
Piano, to , market Mrs. Kill Hampton, Nashville: for
15 3-plpes Brandy, marked G;., Nashville; for 7 balet Dry
Bides, marked H. Brown.
majil W. H. GORDON CO.
STJttAFt. 148 hhds commru, fair, prime and choice
Louisiana Buyar; -
100 bbls crashed Sngar-1
. 12 bhls loaf Su-rr-,
60 bbls clarlSea Sugar;
60 boxes white Havana Suyar. Tn sore and for
ale by mayil W. H. OOtDON CO.
-100 whole boxes Werk
k Co.'s Star Cand'es:
200 W boj1 Werk Ca.'m Star Candles:
SO' V boae d do do;
0 boxes Madison Starch;
100 boxes P-xs rlo;
1,000 boxes Prescott k Co 's No. 1 and esfr Soap. In
tore an! for sale by Imav2n W. H. GORDON CO.
yrillSKY, Ac 1,00 bbls Jalius H. Smith's WhU-
600 bbht Chenowit'i's Whisky;
COO bbls Old Binrbori and Re WhisVv;
2S0 boxes fine Brandies, 1 ?oxn esch. Tn store and
for sale by mav2n W. H. GORDON k CO.
OS A.jrUfJS sTi'EETI.NGS. 100 bales T-8
and 4-4 0snabnrtrs;
10 bales 21 Inch Bagging
10 bales t-8 Drilling;
N) ba'e' KptrU, Laura Hill, and Sumner Sheeting';
IJJOO bags Cotton Yams, all numbers. In 'tor and for
a!e by W. H. GORDON C'V
may 21 Agents for Tennessee Manufaetu'ers.
TVT A r.S.-2,000 kegs Fhnenberger's Nails, all siaes;
J.1 100 kegs Flonr Barrel Nails;
100 kegs Finishing do;
100 kegs Fencing do;
tC kegs 4, 5, and 6 in Spikes. In'stnre and for sale
by may2l W. H. GORDON k CO.
OCAM:S! S-CA IiES I X SCALE!! I A full
AJ stck ef Falrbank's celebrated Scalps Dormant, Plat
form. Grocers, Coantrr and Beams. Alvo Hay and Coal
Ecaies, in store, lor saie Btractorv pnc. b
W. H. GORDON k CO.
Cole Agents for Middle Tennessee,
CCO. MI7.XI.L. Ul.lKIU. . LASIBB.
C. LANIER &, CO
(Successors to Hart k Hollf ngsworth,)
Xo. 5 Market Street, rVaalivlil.
AND DEALERS IN
Foreir & Domestic Liqnors.
Johnson, Home &COw,
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 eqnal
to any in the cltv. i v31 tf
WE are prepared to furnish plantation supplies of every
kind, and would invite the attention of Merchants
and Dealers n) our stock, which will at all times be complete,
and consists in part, at present, of the following articles:
60 hhds Sugar; 400 bags Toffee;
16n0 bags Salt; MV) barrelsSalt;
800 boxes "tar Candles; SO barrels Whiskey;
100 pieces Batrging; 2"9 half pieees Bagging;
800 " 48 inch Bagging; 600 coils Rope: together
with allother articles usuallv kept In such establishments.
JOHNSON, HORNE A CO.,
JySl comer Broad and Market sts-
P. &. F. BILLIOD,
CONFECTIONERS AND DEALERS IN
FINE FRUIT 8, NUTS.
Fine Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
No. 77 Market Street, 2tl door from Itroad
WE would respectfully inform the citizens of N'ashvil'e
and the trade in this and the adjoining counties, that
Vehave recentl fitted np our establishment for the pur
pose ol dong a Wholesale and Retail business, and would
respectfully ask a share of public patronage
tfW Order's for Candles, Fruits and other articles in
onr line attended to with promptness and dispatch.
Biarch6 P. k F. HILLTOP.
BSSKT BART, JR. B. W. MACRA8, JR. JOSH B HART.
HART. MACRAE &, CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
' AKDDEALSHS I IV
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUOES, &C,
IVos. 7 and 0 South Market Street,
We now have In Store and offer to the trade the followin
85 hhds N. O. Sugar, 100 coils Cotton Rope,
93 boxes Havana Sonar; 400 gross MfUrhes,
123 bbl N. Y. Crush'd 3ugar,2rtO 'oi Painted KueVets;
45 bhls do Powdered do, 60 nests S. Painted Tubs,
60 do N. O. Loaf do, 60 boxes Stone Pipes,
200 do do Molasses, new CO boxes Tenn esse Axes, su
858 bag selected Bait. Coffee, 600 kegs White Lead,
600 doN. O. Kio do, 1.000 kegs Nails, ass'd sizes,
63 Co Laguyra do, 600 gross Blacking,
25 do Old Gov. Java do, 100 bores Palm and German
25 'to Pepper, Soap.
20 do Spice. 10 casks Carolina Rice.
100 easks fluner Carb. Soda. 60 doz Zinc Wash Hoards.
40 hf chests Imperial and COO reams superior Wrapping
Black Tea. Paper,
150 bxs Va. A Ky. Tobacco, 600 M. (i. D. Caps,
A large assortment of 200 bass Shot,
common A fine Cigars, 10 kegs Bar Lead,
100 boxes W. R. Cheese.
10 casks Pure Port Wine,
6 do do Malaira Wine,
5 do do Sherry do,
5 do do Old Medeirado
20 bbls Native Sweet do,
20 do Holland Oln,
60 do American Brandy,
10 do Apple do,
10 do Peach do,
6 do Jamaica Rum.
H-RT. MACRAE k CO.
65 do E. D. do,
400 packages 8Ur Can lies,
60 do Tallow do,
25 bags Timothy Seed,
800 boxes ass'd Glass Ware,
100 do 6X10 and 10X12
800 assorted Dercuohns,
200 packages W. U. Raisins,
T. V. CTCE.
UUICK SL MEAD,
C ommission and Forwarding Merchant!,
WHOLESALK AND RETAIL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 80UTn COLLEGE STREET.
WHITE WHEAT FLOUR, Unbolted Hour, Buck Wheat
Flour, Seconds, Shorts, Bran, Corn Meal, Rye Meat,
Oats, Corn, and Kye Hominy. In store an. I for sale. Wl I
be delivered to any part of the city free o I charge.
3CICK A MEAD,
an9 No. 11 South College st.
Southwestern Seed and Agricultural
B 15 1IAIN STBEET, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY,
OUR riiork of Seeds is now ooinplete, consisting In
H,WJ bu.htU Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
9,lMH) 44 Orchard da do;
600 " Red Top or Herds Urass Seed;
600 Timothy do
f,U0 " Clover do;
,6t0 Osace Oraage io;
kX'O Millet do;
60O Hemp do;
60 Canary do.
Jlh) " Top Oaloni.
GARDEN SEEDS I GARDEN SEEDS)
We are prepared to furnish fresh and genuine Garden
B eeds, of the growth of 185$, by the pound, single paper, or
a boxes containing 100 or 00 papers. A liberal discoun I
Baade to dealers. Orders respectfully solicited,
janiili PITKIN BROTHERS
""livery stables. "
WM. T WRIGHT A CO. would respectfully inform th
citizens ot Nashville and the publio generally, tha
they have purchased the ve l-known Livery Stable and at
the stock and fixtures, foroerlv occupied by Wio. J. Phil
lips, on Market street,ust be low the uare.
We are prepared to board bones, by the day or week, In
We have first-rat lota and box-stalls to accommodate
Drovers, and ail our friends who may favor ns with their
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction In all oases.
We have a large Dumber of floe daddie-Horsea and line
Buggies to bire at ail tiu.es.
'Ine fact is, (to not intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come along and see Kir
yourselves. M il. T. WRIUUr k CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
jffiqr CHURCH STREET, NASHVILLE.
M. S. COMBS, PR0PEIET0R.
IF you wish to hire a fine HACK, a fin UOKSK or BCG.
GY, a fine bAlDl.K-UutUjK, ri'KMTL'HE CAK,
BAG'-jAWK- WAGON, or anything la the LI VICHY-STABLE.
LINK, oall at the above e.UUUaument and you can be ao
eommodatd. Horses boarded on reasonable terms, and th best ear
taken of them In sickness and in health. All 1 want Is a
fair trial, and I warrant satisfaction to all persons who may
tvor me with tbeir custom.
li. Bv 1 have always on nana uersee so seu.
M. 8. COMB".
k 0N DEADERICS BETWEEN 'iV JMERiAHJ) J
lEMFMBER th new two story Etabl. new Burrle.
fine Hore. In fact, her u TBS plac to get an Aft.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
Tb best of Horse-feed. Urs, and every ttinj la the
,lM PARTICULAR ATTKSTION
Pid to toarding transient and ora,urilfcl
W Bar good Carrlag rooat. Com oue.esm allBnd
we euaraate satisfaction.
All B.k U ehar of ib ub.U Vsxroeage, whUh e
are deter ruinea w
A. O. OABTBB.
LAWE1KCX 4 CO.
FIRE INSURANCE CO
a Pital-- $150,000!!
( ) Z1 B North-West corner of the Public Square, orer
n- n Ter Per,' Exchange Office. They will take riskson
dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, against Loss ol
uamage by Fire. Also, Marine and River haxards , from
and to all ports.
Also Negroes against th Danger of the Eiyer.
JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES COR RET, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
IT. m. rutrU. W. A. OWEN.
R. H. GARDNER,
N. E. ALLUWAI,
W. g. EAKIN
JOSEPH VACLX, Pres't.
. W. BUTLER. Secretary. oct4 t
CALL PAID IN AND flFfilTUFn.
THIS COMPANY being fully oreanixed.acrordiog to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Waresand Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
oeas, ruvers,ortmaniTranjportation,onthe most favora
Life and Netrro Policies granted at Ccrrentratet .
Office, No. 50 College street, East side, between Union st
and Public Square.
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,
ANTHONY W. VANLEEB, JAMES WOOD8,
JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWTN,
HKNRY HtRT, Jr., R. C. McNAIRY,
TH08. W. EVAN?, HUGH McCREA,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Jambs Walebb, Secretary. my
NASHVILLE INSURANCE OFFICE.
JETXA INSURANCE COMPANYj
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, tl,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS. $521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1265,000.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Insurance Co,
PHILA DELPHI A!
CAPITAL, fl,2C0,C00-PAID UP AND ASSETS, 1525,000
New York Life Insurance Company,
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL $1,100,000.
Fire, Marine, Inland Hull and Life risks taken on equitable
No. 25 College stwt, opposite the Sevanee House.
NM-!1, Jan. ?2d, 1557.
1. li. WKAIIjYaY,
WHOLESALE GROCER, PRODUCE DEALER,
COMMISSION ME K CHANT,
AND nSALER IM
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
CORKER OF FRONT AKD BROAD STRKKTS,
TTAV1NG purchased the stock and taken the Stand
1 1 Chnrch Anderson, the undersigned is prepared to ac
commodate his old customers, and such new ones as may
mve mm a can, with the very best Groceries that the mar-
aei wni Huorn.
H?He will boy all kinds f,f country produce, nsnall
roarKet. IJV14J K. I.. WEAKLEY.
C. E. HARDY Ac CO..
GROCERS ANT) COMMISSION AGENTS
AND DEALERS TN
Bacon, Lard, Flour, Fruit, Feathers,
ana rroauce generally,
NO. 66 BROAD STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSE
D. W. RUSSELL,
MANUEACTUHEES' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
OFFICE AND STORAGE AT
R . L . WEAKLEY'S,
Corner of Broad and Front Sts., Nashville, Tenn
Drane A Hale, Cincinnntl; firaf, Bennett A Co. Pittsburg
Crane, Preed k Co., do; C. Ihmsen Co., do;
P. M. Harrrtt, do; Pmlth, GntT.rie Co.. La;
tl. O. McComas, do; Houseman A Smith, St Louis;
And Merchant" of Nashville generally.
Orders handed me for Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louis
ville or Kt. Louis manufactured articles will be promptly
5? s h o p ,
CIIAKT.ES P. REGU1N,
rnousE, sign, andi
n a m cnt ; Valntcr
o. 52 College Street, up stairs, opposite Sewa ee
House, Nashville, Tenn.
Auction and Commission Merchants;
NO. 87 HROAPWAY, CORNER COLLEGE ST.
JOHN V. GILBERT Auctioneer
FINiS GOLD WATCHES AND OOLD JEWFLRY kept
constantly on hand, and for rale on better te'w than
anvhoue in Nashville,- Also, Gilt Jewelry Id great va
riety for sale to dealers on'y.
t"W We sell at Anction everv nk'ht.
We duplicate and fell Goods durine the dev at Anction
Prices. You can save from 10 to 25 per cent, in all the
Goods you wish to buy In our line, bv in't calling at
GII.RERT A OO.'R,
jan15 No. 87 Rroadwav.
SMITH, LOVE fc CO
Co m to s s on Me veil ;i 11 1 s,
o. 58 Market Street, Nashville
It. T. FLE31IXO,
62 Union St. NASHVILLE,
Between Cherry and Summer street".!
Jvf ' Orders from the Country promptly attended to. a7!
I M P0BTA NT ANNOUNCEMENT
TO THE CLOTHES WEARING PUBLIC;
Rovse & Elverson,
Dealers in lle&df-3Inde Clothing
AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
JJ A VF Just received their large and varied assortment
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
oonsitinff of evrry variety of fabric used in the moat
fashionable circle such as Caxhmerett. Prsp D'tfte, A'pacas,
Linens and Marseilles, of every shade and variety, and all
of tHni cut an I ma' exp-esslv for thi market.
Their stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods is now com
plete, and in point of richness, variety and cheapness has
only to b examined, to be admired.
In addi'lon to the above, they have a ls'ee and varied
stock of Oloths, rassimeres, VpslnTi, and Trimmings, Just
received from the Importers which thev will make to orders,
in stvlra to suit the tastes of the most fatidius. aprtS.
CbOOiI Xcws fov the Woys!
Rovse & Elverson;
HAVKJTJsT RFCr.IVKTJ, a new and well selee'ed as
sortment of Ho v's and Children's Clothing suitable for
Spring anil Summer wear, also a choice lot of Boj's Shirts,
white sad colored, which they will sell at th very lowest
cash prices. Iaprt3.
nut. II iieadeuso:i,
Corner of Broad and Hummer S'f.,
I VAT"01-10. ,nfortn tha People of Nashville and the sor-
v rounainir country, mat n has recently Improved and
I greftviy enlarged his Mrble-Yard, and is now prepared to
! fill all orders in th Marble line at the shortest notice and
' on the most favorable terms for cis He would call psrtic
: ular attention to his well selected stock of Monuments. Man-
'tle-Plrcrs, Figures, Statuary, KounUins, Baptismal Founts,
Urns, taaes, lomos. Bo., many ol winch are oi the purest
'Italian Marble, and from the chisel of tl.e bet Kurnpran
: masters. His arrangements are nuw complete for furoithing
all kinds of Marble, either of his own manufacture or Im
ported. He has on hand a large quantity of Itaihn Marble,
in the rough state, which he wi:l sell verv low. House Fur.
niturein agyptian Marble of tl best quality caa be had at
Ms yard. Ua flatters himself that he can now serve the pub
lie on as accommodating terms as auy similar establishment
in the We.t. A share tif public patrooage is solicited
TO T1IOS12 WHO HIDE!
Muxufaclarer of Carriages., Coaches Baggie,
So. 9 l.owrr .Market Street. KathvillN
now manufacturing very variety
tid style of vehicle. Iron the plainest
tobto the most beautiful and elaboratly
finished lu- .oat.
Having engaged Brst-class workmea, and obtained a Urge
amount of th bent of stock, 1 aw prepared to do work
which wilt omnpar with any ta th wbota country, either for
style or durability. All kinds of vehicles kpl constantly oe
band, or promptly mad to order.
i:-rre I'm tent Coupling?
This important improvement in th coupling o iCarriag
Ac. baa awakened much interest Ihroeghoul th coon try,
and 1 looked upon with the most favor wher it is best knewa
I known. Haviug the exclusive right for this city, 1 am now
making ua ol tfecin in constructing Carnages, Baggiea, Ae.
rrKriaeHibcr th place at lb Old Hand of Fred. Sloan
No-4i, Lower Market Street. las. 33. tf.
T H. CHRRtY. FITstRAL rNDF.lt- , Tj
sJ TAK f.K and Ci
TAKf k ao.l CAIIINtT MAKRtt.berS TAK:
leave to inform his friends and th publta rcnerally. that
h has moved bis Shop and ColUn roima to Cbam A fcaar
Aao'told stand. Deartck street, lately occupied by J. W.
McCumtM, where be U prepared tc furbi.il C"tnns of every
description, togrtttar with good Horses, Hacks and very
thing ocaaf y for funerals. He will giv his personal at
tenuon to ail eaiis both day and nlht. .
rurntuirool ail kinds re paired or raa l to onfrr In th
twst style. hh-ii JuilM U. CL'KRICY.
in sr j CIII.4.M:.
ykvti. ys.fr zirXs 5fV
li.Xt& Of THKSEir NUTMIO ClltUI, ef
ajjrior quality . J tut tecivd end for sl by
CINCINNATI ADVERTISED .BH.
CINCINNA TI DIS TILLER Y.
CACTION TO PABTIM PUKCHASINii
S. N. PIKE'S
THE UNDERSIGNED, manufacturer and s'le;
proprietor of the above brand of WHISKY.t
would respeetfully inform his customers and pur
chafers of this celebrated brand, that there bas appcareti in
the Charleston and othrr Southern markets a counterfeit
of the above Whisky, being a poisonous imitation, branded
similar to his brand; it passes under the name of S. N. Dike's
Magnolia Whisky, Cincinnati, Ohio, and other Dames simi
lar to 8. N. hike. As there is no party in this city of the
name of 8. N. Dike, it is intended to impose and deceive
those who would purchase the genuine brand. 1 make this
statement to put parties on their guard, as there are several
persons . in the east and we&t making an imitation, and
using my name with a slight alteration. I hae analysed
several samples of this counterfeit brand, and found tbitit
contains a deadly poison; this fact alone impels me to cau
tion the public, protect those who are liable to be leceived,
and prevent the evil results attending the use of this
poisonous imitation. I Uo 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 compound, it being a pure and healthy beverage .
Many parties have recently commenced making a brand
of Whisky callkd Magnolia, but tbey are an immitation
of my trade brand, so be careful a d get the only genuine
Magnolia Whisky made in the United States, and distilled
only by me. SAM'L N.PIKE,
apr20 ly No. IS and 20 Sycamore-st.
Cheap Cash Store
CORNER OF WALNUT AND IR0NT STREETS,
"Wood and Willow "Ware, Paper Cordage,
Roofing Material, &c.
200 pkgs cov'd Buckets;
850 dozen Bail Boxes;
200 nests Tubs, painted;
275 doc Varnished and Three
21,000 ass'ed Broom Handles;
175 dos white Cedar Buckets;
200 doz Tar Cns;
800 pkgs Half Bush. Measures
125 doi Band Boxes;
200 " Hames;
1,200 Zinc Wash Boards;
15,000 Plow Handles;
70 nests White Pine Tubs;
125,0(10 Cane Fishing Poles;
800 asi'ted Liquor Kegs;
10 dos B B Cedar Cans;
25 " Nest Boxes, varnish'd
75 dos Pine Churns, assorted. 200 " Painted Tubs and
15" BB Cedar M Keelers;
100 nests white Cedar Tubs; 125 doz WellBuckets.ass'ted.
200 Willow Wagons, common
150 " " extra;
800 Carts, common;
500 " " ex. fall tops
75 Empire Cabs;
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
150 dozen Willow and Rattan
700 nests German Market do
80 " Clothes do;
400 doz Feed Baskets, In store
and to arrive;
200 dozen assorted Market
25 doz Children's Rattan and
5 doz ass'ted Office Chairs,
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Summer.
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Baskets; Work, Fruit
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work made to ordeJ.
100 doz Feather Dusters; il00 bales Alicant Mats;
500 " ass'ted Shoe Brushes; 50 Jute Hark and Skeleton
100 " ex. Scrub " Mats;
,45 Rocking Horses; I 25 doz Toy Air Pistols.
CO UDAGf), X WINKS, Ac.
lOOcolls X and IX inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
lOcoils l to 8inch do do 690 do;
150 colls to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 doz Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
100 doz Hemp Bed Cords;
loo bales Carpet Chain;
1,500 lbs Wool Twine,
S00 lbs Seine Twine;
150 reels Hemp Packing;
75 coils Tarred Rope;
150 " Jute Rope;
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp;
1,500 lbs Klax
75 bales Batting;
25 " Wicking;
450 " Wrapping Twine;
1,500 bundles (Frund) 1 angerman's Wrapping Paper;
1,800 " Mcgregor's do do;
2,000 reams Lockland do do;
150 reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 " Ham " 70 " Batting do;
54,000 lbs Roofing do, dry; 15,000 lbs Roofing do, satn'ted;
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candles, Btearine Candles,
Starch, Geiman Soap, Ac.
HtOX OI'!D KEGS,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
ers' use, constantly on hand.
Painted do 20, 22, 24 do
Barrel do 16,13, 20, 22 do
Cerdar do 16,1,20,2'2 do
Brass Hoop do" " M do I
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do;
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
For sale by S. M. BARRETT,
may 14 cor. Walnut and Front sts., Cincinnati, O
Chcaj Cash Store.
CIIAS. II. WaTkRS & CO.,
(SurceHsors to F. Birdnall & Co.)
Mannfacturrrs and Wholesale Dealer In
WOOD AND WILLOW AVARE,
BROOM 8, CORDAGE, TWINES, A 0.
RAVING largely replenished our stock, and also intro
duced man; articles not heretofore kept In this estab
lishment, we are now able to offer inducements to the former
patrons of this house, and dealers eenerauy, not surpassed
by anvother house Inthiscity We shall keep constantly
on hand a full and complete assortment of every article in
this line of business, and we are determined to sustain the
reputation of the old firm, and not to be outdone by any one in
this business; and it will be onr greatest endeavor to give
satisfaction to all.
Wood and Willow ware manufacture a to oraer at tne
shortest notice. The following list, though not complete,
will give a more general idea of our stock in store.
II room s.
850 dozen large Shaker Brooms;
400 do. small do do
875 do. steamboat do
200 do. do.; do.;
500 do. fancy do.;
450 do. plain and common Brooms;
ftftrt da. fancy hf Brooms and Whisks
Wa are rtrepared at all times to furnish Brooms of
every variety, and in any quantity; all order willieceive
Iron bound red Cedar buckets. Tuba and Chnvns; brass
bound red Cedar Buckets: iron bound white Cedar Tubs,
Churns, Wiggins, Buckets. Keaiers; brass bound white Cedar
Churns, Buckets, Water Cans and Ktelers, Cedar Faucets.
Of every description .consisting in part of Manilla; Hemp,
Cot' on anil Jute Kope, all sizes; Hemp Bed Cords, sash Cords
and Plow Lines, Hemp Packinir and Lead Lines; Cotton Bed
Cords, Plow Lines and Saab Cords; Manilla Bed Cords and
Clothes Lioes;apun Yarns, Marlin.
Buckets, Churns, Tubs, Keelers, Fancy Cabs, Covered Buk
ets, Patent Churns Wagons.Wheelbarrows, Ac., Ac.
Alicante, Jute, Manilla Cocoa, Husk, Corn and Rope Mats;
Plain and Fancy Door Rugs; Sheep bkin.Palm Leaf, Table
and Buggy Mats, Ac, Ac
Shne, Hors, Scrub, Stov, Whitewash, Hat, Clothes a
Whisk Brushes, Fane f Faather Floor and Hearth Duster.
Dash Churns, Covered Buckets Tubs, Stave Half Bushels,
Horse and Cistern Buckets, Barrel Churns, Kegs, Deck
Buckets, Salt Boxes, Well Bnckets, Buckeyes, Poplar and
Maple Bowls, Chopping Trays, Patent Churn, Ball Boxes,
Ztno HWiZnxrii, Ac.
A good assortment constantly on hand: the best stock of
French and Fancy Baskets in the city. Willow Clothes, Mar
ket, Hamper.School, Dinner and Work Muskets; Willow Cra
dies. Cabs, Wagons, Chairs, Oak Feed, Peach, Clothes Book-,
Corn, Kalian, Haskets, Fancy Embroidered Work, Fringed,
Nattee, Kick, Office, Trieste, RetsAle, Freuch Knife, Tumb
ler, Card. Fruit, A., Ae.
Iron Bound and Plain Half Bushels, Pets Small Measures,
Cedar Half Bushels, Sealed Measures of every kind.
Matches, Selves, Blacking, Rolling Pins, Butter Prints,
Moulds and Saddles, Root Hames, Wrapping Paper, Cotton
Mopa, Curry Combs, Oakum, Potato Maahera, Cocoa Dip
pers. Knite, Trays, Tar Cans. Soap, Stareh, Candles, Pipes,
Lemon Squeezers. Towell Rollers. Rat Traps, Barrel Covers,
Bang Claris, Toy Buckets, Tacks. Ac , e.
CHAS. U. WATIERS 4 CO.,
No. 10 Main st between Front and Columbia, Cincinnati.
Oct. 18. dly.
Prof. HENRY WEBER
Teaches on th
lUNO AX D IX SIXGIiVG.
riitBvta .ha . 1.1.1. of Ava months tss
- - W I -Ti.T W . " ' - eji"
L Lessons every week, each fifty minutes, hail 01
L-aooiby th month. 10 to be In advance
t Orders te be left at West's Moato Store.
f )UILDXRS, Householders, Ac, are requested to tak o
li tic that th anderstgoed, having made th nacessary
arrangements, and secured lb service ef Competent
workmea, i ao prepared le tak
la th Ua of his vocation. In all Its various branches.
In th department of HOL'SK PAlNTlMU, th subscriber
Is prepared to eaectil with th greatest promptness, all
contract, however large, which may fe tendered. In a style
and npoa terns which cannot tail to giv satisfaction.
II also prepared to sioculs all manaar ef SIGN AND
ORNAMk.N TAL PAIN riNG.UKAININtj A.NDUHHUsO.
haviog in that department eurd th srvtoeo th mosl
xprt and experienced arttats.
The subacrilxr woe id raqueat person having work In ale
Ua to Biv hitn a call befor making final arraogvasrcit.
It. T. FL MING,
n, g Coioa ftnktwa Cherry aad iABuag.
I WHISKEY I
Cincinnati J .
syS ii-beck. yS
If CITS TI HAM. CO. O. V w
O wri i s key:
n S..PIKE'aS I
'A CKLJCB RATED ji
cta7talta Jffiiskeif Jf
I. J. BEECH, : :
HTJCCESS0R TO BEECH, BAEEB AO,
Ko.20 CoUege Street, Sewanee Bnildiiigf,
, WHOLFSALE AND RETAIL BFALER IN
ViJ Irnes, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Turnoentine,V'
S ' Putty, Glass, Glassware, Dye Stuffs. Perfumeries, r
FancyArticle.Snpporters, Trusses, Brashes. Cigars, Seeds.
Fishing Tackles, Instruments, Teeth, Medical Saddle Bags,
AGEKCV FOR FITCtirS' BRACKS and
Family Medicines, and H the popular Patent Medi
cinesof theday. aprillg J- J. BEECH.
CAIjVA'VIC CISATIVES for the euro of
T Rheumatics and Nervous diseases. Also, Galvanic
Machines, for the cure of Rhenmatism, Paralysis. General
Nervous Debility, Ac aprillO J.J. BEECH
BAl'n'O'S lust'v celebrated BODY SUPPORTER
or BRACE, lone and familiarly known as the Best Praee,
nri .itn, nh litlinlMl to tne TjnVK'Cai wants Ol "Cl'rsre
females aHicted with general debility, curvature of the
spine, falline of the womb, loss of appetite, 'peria e.
For sale by aprillO J. J. BEECH.
just KECEIVEn.-1 cask Potash and 1 case in
el cans assorted sizes, very convenient ror posn msinng,
april 10 J. J. BEECH.
H "'nr a si n In hnm assorted size and in bulk. A
IV L very superior artie'e of Wbeatlev's T ondon Mustard,
Rice, Flour, Geletine Starch, Tart. Acirt, uper i-aro. ro.
da. Crea-n Tartar. Peoper, Spice, Cinnamon. Cloves,
Mace, Vntmegs, Fine Teas, Chocolate, Salad Oil, Ac.
april 10 J- J- BEECIT
rrT BTdltr Several tierces superfine
J Brandies; Old Port and Medeira Wines, put on In boU'es
orbv the gallon, which is pronounced to be Ne Pos Fxtra.
april 10 i. j. pcf-v- n.
JO. G. BROVN,
43 College Street, Nashville, tenn.,
DRUGS. WEDICIWES.CHETfllCALS, DTE STTTFES,
JPAIKTS, OILS. VAKSIJltta. winuuw
GLA8S. GLASSWARE, PERFU
MERY, FIT7E SOAPS. HAIR
AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
nrf all Mut Popular Patent Medicine of the day.
TK V.nfw rinnAa tha .tnelr. as lisual. is frl COmnlete
1 havfne ecent!v received larpe additions, consi'tlng
partlv of Lub'ns, and Bazin's Extracts: French, American
, 1 f- . TV 1 1 , .1 Tkrl. G a .li a... tT.t.
ftnn'terman ui'iene; i;ciug a o'i a.wi.iuo ....n., "
Broshe.; IMetat, China and Paper Puff Boxes; Shell, Fino,
ana iressinir torn os, sc.
1CC BUPPELS Kentucky Bine Gra, stripned;
KKJ 50 do do do do clean;
150 do Herds r5ra;"'
10 barrels pure Timothy.
A T, O
LAHTJRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS. A generol as-
BortTrent, .qrnn'f'i rre"n.
CA.BBA.QE SUFD. 10 lb. large Drum-head Cabbage
10 lb. Vnt rtnteh rv ho?e.
ASPARAGUS R00T3. Two years old, grown by Mr
STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Very fine varieties from
Mr. Henr Pnw.
WYANDOT PROLIFIC CORN Which vieid. from 15
to 25 barrels to the acre. At JO. G. BROWN'S.
feb!7 " 4 College Street
STONE AVARE of every o-ercrinHon.
febl7 JO. O. BROWN.
A KTIST'S COLORS In tubes of every dier!p
la. tion, at JO. G. BROWN'S
"toscitrss ATvn e?tpire wTrus
always on hand, which I receive direct from the Springs.
feblT JO. G. BROWN
FOR TIIK II.tlR..- Mrs. Allen's Restorer;
teb! . JO. a. BROW',.
LO OO-V PORTE It . A very Superior article
made by Barclay? Perkins A Co , in pints and quarts.
feh17 jr. Cr. BROWN.
OO ft I V V. It OI I,. 5 grosslust received, Pre-
' pared by Hedceman. Clark A Co.
feb!7 JO. a. BROWN.
l0f:i;mi,A IVHISKV,-A very supe
rior article, guaranteed to be pare.
febl7 JO. O. BROWN.
f.TTK Lint WATi:R.-In half barrels and Id
pint bottles, lor gale at Louisville prices
feb17 JO. G. BROWN.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOI,F.8ALR AND RFTAIL
TS receivintr a general assortment of Pure and Genuin
THttJCS AM !tIi:iH!IM.S
Warranted as pure as any sold in this city, or any other,
fact it is only necessary to say none bat the best Medicine
Pure ChemicHls various brands.
Fresh Line Juice,
" Cod Liver Oil,
Breast Purrps a new and convenient article.
Syrinire some new kinds.
Fancy Articles some of the most beantlfttl kinds,
100 os. Pure Sulph. Quinine, bought for cash and will b
gold verv low.
Teas varions kinds also a lot of Canton Teas, so much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted Stock of Perfumery.
Wines, Brandies, Gin, Ac, for Medical uses.
For sale by O. W. HENDERSHOTT, .
apl2 Cor. Cedar st. and Square, Nashville.
wnni.vsAi.H avd kftail pfaifb is
DRUG8, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS,
PERFUMERY, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHES, WHITE LEAD, Ac,
Corner of II road and llnrket Sts,.
THAVEeonstantlvnnhand a large and wellselected stock
o-fthe above articles, together with a large asortment of
Fancy articles all of which is offered for sale on the most
Alum, 2,000 pnnnds;
Arrow Root, loo pounds, Bermuda and Florida;;
Brimstone, 500 pounds, refined-.
Castor Oil, 200 trallons:
Copiieras, 20 barrels. Prime Green;
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels:
flora Camphor. 100 pounds;
Indies, 500 pounds, Fine to Common;3
Madder, 1,000 pounds, first quality;
Super Csrh. Soda, 4,000 pounds Prime;
Flour Sulphur, 500 pounds.
All of which is offered at the lowest prices.
n,a A.H. ROSCOl!.
STEWART & OWEN,
WAft U Ji AUTl KEKS OF
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 MARKET STREET,
HAVING returned to ourold stand, from whicli we were
driven by fire, we are now prepared to attejd to all onr
eld customers and as many new ones aa will favor ns with a
call. Our house has been rrbuilt upon an improved plan, af
fording ns extended facilities. Our
Is now capacious and extenni ve, and adequate to every emer
Are large, and especially adapted to our purpose. W have
in store, and are constantly receiving, ample supplies of
Stoves Wares, and Grates,
Plain and Enameled Mabblbizko Ibob Mabtlks and Gabsbb
Sta vnits; and in short, everything usually kept in similar es
tablishment. Our assortment of Stoves challengeg competition .compris
ing every style and variety. We have th
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which Is In great demand.
We manufacture for the trade and for retail, and toorder,
all kinds of Tin and8heet Iron Ware, and keepconetantly on
hand a large assortment.
We Invite the attention of all to oar establishment, pledg
ing ourselves to give entire satisfntlon.
STEWART k OWEN, A
w-'cnSO No. 14 Market st.
McCLtTIlE, IUJCK & CO.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers,
NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
HATE always on hand Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinned
Corper Kivets, Castings, Parlor and Chamber Grates,
Stoves, Tin t are and a complete assortment of article usu
ally kept in our lire.
Country Merchant are requested to call and examine
our Stock be'ore r rcha.Onr elsewhere, aa we arm nr.nar.H
to fill their their bills upon as good terms as any boos ont
T CST received, a lot of Pnperior Floor Scale. Also, Plat-
torn ana ounier scales. Jan29 McO. B. A CO.
FINE lot of Castings ef all patterns on hand at
Jn29 McO. B A Co.
' E are now making Wrought Iron Stoves a little bet-
ter than any bouse In th foiled Kates.
J2J XeO. n. k CO.
KOOFISG, Guttering and a! kind of Tin. Sheet Iron,
and Copper Work don in th most workman-like
manner, nd at the shortest notice by
Jo- McO. B. A CO
BY THEIR FRUITS SHALL YE KNOW THEM!
OLD FIRMS AND NEW FIE1IS !
HAVE YOU A HERRING SAFE?
Itnjr before It too I.nle !
NEARLY A pntrs FIRES A PAT ARE OOCCRRINO
THROUGHOUT HI I'MltO ST4TE4.
IT UA Y BS YOL'le 7VRS A'ESTt
TE.ITJHPH OF HERE ISO'S SAFES
Great Fir at l yechbnrg, Virginia, January Saved
pooks. Papers and Money J. 1L. Taompaoa A Oo.
Great Fire at Lerry, New Yarn, January 13; Saved Book.
Pai era and Money J. M, Furemsn.
Fir at SiiMbury, Conaeetieet, Febraary 8; Saved Books:
Papers and Monry Bacon A Brother.
Fallon etreat Fire, New fork, FOreary 10; Saved Books.
Paper and Money J. M. Fair-child A Oo.
Fir at fcoateeourt eoui.ty, Virginia, February t8: Saved
Book. Paoarsand Uoety Jones A Mats.
Fir in Uenry f tree I, N rw Tork, March $3: Saved Book.
Papers and Merer Csrringten and Doorherty.
Great F r In Mobile, March J I; Saved Book, Papers and
Money W. M. Pleasants.
Mreat Fsr in Fastun. Pennsylvania; Saved Books, Pa
per and Money k. A W. aa'ier.
tireal Fir at Hetershur. Virginia, May tl; Saved Books,
Papers and Monev Falconer, Plumme, k Co.
Fir at Moui.t Br.djes, Canada, July 8; Saved Books, Pa
per and Money J. . ttnarsoo.
Buromg of Hrcker's MiUs, ttroklya, October 11; Saved
Books PPrs and itoa Hecker A fcroihrr.
Tt.e sabKnberv a' th on iv person In tMs ft'ta a
teorisMl to sell HlkalMu'el PATtNT CHAlIPtt) itlli,
warranted to resist ffiure Hr than tat ether Safe toy la
as. 4acKUH A WIIX.JN,
Jat. II Ct.ll- st., s'asvk
THK nsdersigncd keep a Hoarding Hons ea Cadar
strsel, sell to It V .randljl Hotel, wocr h is ready,
at all times, to aecotaeAodai traasient er permanent
boaders at fa.rraUs. Hi table is ajways prevbiedwika
U be.tth Bsarka aford.
ianlT 00. W. C0LEMAJT.
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
SJYYDER & FRIZZ E LL,
Tf o. 21 Public Square,
ARE In receipt oi a fine stock of
Genls Calf Oonress Gaiters;
" Oxford Ties;
Fine Patent Leather Oonsrress Gaiters;
" ... Oxford Ties;
u u , u and Oalf low-quarter Bhoes;
a - Oalf Pump Sole Boots,
ALSO A srood assortment of Boys and Youths, ol
every style aud quality, all of which are offered low for
cash at No. 21 Public Square.
juneS. SNYDER A FRIZZ ELL.
WILL find at SN?DER A FRIZZELL's a beauM'ni as
sortment of Gaiters, Slippen. Kid Boots and Bus
kins. Also, for Misses and Children, a general assortment
of Shoes, cheap for cash. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
joneS. b x D&tt rttii.o.iK.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
(Successors to Robertson A Uashiell,)
NO. 14 COLLECE SXUEEX,
Tlie only Casli Store in Nashville.
1 11TB are now receiving our Spring assortment of Boots,
Shoes, Ac, and propose selling nem n mo iowcsi
price tor UAHU. uur stocx conaisw iu pat. .
Ladies Heeled Last. Gaiters, plain and tipped;
do do side and front Lace;
do Heeled Kid and Morocco Boo'ees;
do Welt do do;
Misses' Last. Gaiters, all styles:
do Morocco and Kid Pump Bootees;
do do Welt do;
Cbildrens Kid and Morocco Half Ties;
do do Bootees;
Ladies Kid Rosette Slippers:
do Velvet and Lasting Slippers;
do Kid Buskins.
Gentlemen's Super Stitehed Calf Boots;
do do Pump do;JJ
do Calf Pegged Boots.
Bov's and Youth's Cslf and Kip Boots;
Gent's Cloth Congress Gaiters;
do Last. do;
do Low quartered Pat. Shoes;
C,!f mrl Put. Oxford Ties.
We have a large assortment of Trunks, ValHes, Carpet
Bsgs, Hat and Bonnet Boxes, every style nsuauy iouuu u
Also, a large assortment of Hats for Plantation use, feort
Cassimere Hats. rini styles. e m uocimi"
fer inducements to Cash purchasers. ..
marh23 BRADSHAW A RUTLAND.
FEESH ARBIVAL OF SPRING AND SUMMER
B. R. CUT TER,
NOS. 88 AND (59 CORNER COLLEGE AND BROADWAY
HAS received his stock of Boots. Shoes, Hats,
Trunks, Valises, Carpet-Bags, Ac, for the
Srlng and Summer Trade, consisting in part as
Indies fine Kid and Mor. Bootee, thin and thick sole;
" Kid Slippers, plain and trimmed,
Lasting Haiters, side and front lace;
" " Lasting Patent Gaiters, extra fine;
Kid Gaiters. Buskins and T ies:
Misses' and Children's Lasiinz Gaiters and Con. Bootees;
Children's fine Kid and Mor. Bootees, Welted and P. Sole;
- " " " Slippers and Ankle Ties;
" Fancy Glove Kid Top Bootees;
Women's extra size Kid Bootees, Buskins and 81ippers;
" " Mor. " pegged and sewed;
Servants heavyCaif, Kip and Mor. Bootees, extra sixes;
Gentlemen's fine Calf pegired and sewed Boots:
Gents fine Congress, Calf, Pat. and Kid Oxford Ties;
" " Lasting Broeans. of various styles:
Boys Youth's and Children's Calf, Pat. Leather and Kid
tongres waiters an J uxrora ties.
AL80. Men's, Boys and Youth's Calf, Kip and Congress
Brotrans of everv descriotion. extra sizes.
ALSO. A laree stock of Trunks, Valises and Carpet-Bags
of the best quality.
HATS, HATS, HITS. I have received, direct from the
manufactories, all the ltst styles of Spring and Summer
Hats, consisting of superior Cassimere and Soft Fur Hats of
every quality, togeiherwith an endless variety of fine Leg
horn, Panama aud Straw, for Boys, Men and Children, all
of which will be "old on the most reasonable terms for cash,
or to punctual dealers. B. R. CUTTER,
May 19 Nos 8ii and o9 cor, of College snd H cartway.
TALMI K 10 l-:r constantly on hand a full assortment
of Leather Belting, fro n ljtf to 12 inches in width, and
the best article ol Brsce Leather, with Copper Burrs and
Rivets. Farmers and Mactnnesis would find it to their In
erest to examine my stock before pureliasing.
B. R. COTTER,
May 19 Nos. 8 and 59 co-. Colleee and Broad vay.
1857. METROPOLITAN STORE. 1857.
W. A. & j. gTmcclelland
ARE now in receipt ol the lari.'et and most magnificent
Stock of Spring Goods, it has ever been their pleasure
to off- r to the trade, selected aith great care from first
class Importing Houses of the Atlantic cities. From our
long experience in the retail business in Nashville being
the oldest established firm in the city ve feel every confi
dence In saying that we are prepared to offer to cah or
punctual buyers greater inducements than they can find
Our stock is made up of the greatest Novelties, most de
sirable Styles, and of the best Fabrics of the Seaon. All we
ask of buyers i- to give our sto:k a careful examination, to
satisfy themselves that they can save money by buying
Our Stock s too large and comprises too much variety to
Our Stock of Fancy Dross Silks is unusually large and at
tractive, in prices ranging from fifty cents per yard to fifty
dollars a pattern.
In black Silks we have all the best mskes in Gro de
Reines, Lusterings, Bona and Mourning Taileta, which we
are offering at lower prices than can be had at any other
French Organdies ami Muslins.
We have the mote!ent stock of French Organdies In
the market at ve-y low prices.
Flegant French Organdie and Muslin Robes.
Muslins ard Jaconets in endless variety, cheaper than
eer offered in this market.
We have ever- thing complete in this depnrtment.
White Goods, Kmbroideries, &c.
In this line we know we have the largest and vaot com
plete variety to be found in the ci:y. and at prices exceed
We have many kinds of White Goods, manufactured to
order exclusively for our own sales.
Linens, Daniaslis, Towels, &.C.
We have all the best makes la thes good.. In great va
riety and at astonishing low price. We have a small lot of
bote Patent Elastic finish Linens for Ladi -s wear.
Curtain Goods, &c, c.
Satin Laines. Tnion Damasks, Lace and Kmhroidered Mus
lin Curtains, Window Shades, very fine, Drupgett, Mattings
Parasolsand Shades, &c.
We have the best stock of Parasols, Shades, and Umbrellas
ver seen in this market.
5,000 Dozen Hosiery.
We have in store the largest and most elegant stock of
Hosiery ever feen in tlii market, in silic Lile, Sandal, Lace,
and Cotton, for La lies. Misses and Children, Men and boys
cheaper than ever known.
White and Buff Plq'ie and Brilliantes for Bisques, with
Linen and Cotton, Fringes and White Cotton Galloon for
April a wa. a j. g. McClelland
H. C. M'NAIRY- CO,
NO. 55 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVE dete-mined in future to keep up a full and ele
gant stock the whole year round so that persons visit
ing the city can have treir Wants supplied at ail seasons,
and thev are now receiving their fcLCONO LARUK IM
Bought in New York since the heavy decline in prices, and
are prepared to do better for their friends than at any
other irae In th history of tbeir business, being able to
sell many descriptions of goods row at lea prices than w
,ld for them earlv in the season.
In DRESS GOODS, we have an elegant assortment of
' ORGANDIES, JACONETS.
And all fabrics by the yard at prices fur below 'heir otnal
value. W have also reduced the prices of the old stock on
hand and cart now supply "the million" with elegant
Dreses at a small cost. We Invite particular attention to
the red ictioo in prices of ojr Silk Stock and an unutualiy
large ttock of low priced Muslins, Lawns, Ac, Ac
Nil III in er Shawls- In great variety, very pretty
and new, also a few for mournine-.
I.sa-e Ai frliilisi Jtlauilew an ele-gsnt assort
ment, al-o a large lot at very low price. Lace Mantle at
from M up,
DOMESTICS. TICK INGS,
BOTd WEAR, IRISH LISENS,
PLANTATION GOODS, kO , AC.
If oalery of all kinds.
lilorrs, all i w, sules and q ialitl-e.
OIL CLOTIS, STRAW MATTJSCS, CARPZTIXGS
We ar now receiving the largest stock ver brought to
this ci'y, about Irtxi piece, am. ui which may be found ev
ery thing from the common, st M the most cirgant, together
with printed Drnxrtt, C. umb Cloths, Ru,-s, lift, Stair
Linens, Rods, Ae , Ac, and all at the very lowest poas ble
dav 87 R. r. MeNtllY A Co
I. 0. HCUOUTOIl.
I. C, NICHOLSON k CO.
UTC ar now In receipt of our Spring Stock of Staple
And being desirous of eloaing them ont very aeon, w fed
confident we can 9a it to h Interest of buyers le give
us a caiL W take great paio in seleettug Our goods, ao3
feel sura we caa suit very bodv la vry thing. Our fa
eilltles for buying gools are eiual to aoy eih merchant
to th eity and w are sure ar wiUiug to pat up with
at small a oruat as auv.
Onr stork I mads u,. of all th latest .style Dre
Goods, such a - .
K.ch Flounced Silks;
- Moir Aotiq-i Silks.
" Plaid and otrid lulk;'
Plaid of a variety of eolnn;
Flouoced Organdi ktauin;
Ftjared OresuJ.e M Jlln:
" French Maslin, p!iB aad frured:
Meotrb Muuns and JaioeU, plam aad Cgur J,
Cemmoa do de d do,
W have a eoeaplel aasortment ef Mantilla. Cab.
Shawls aod Sort,
For gentleiaeft. w have Cloth. Casaiera, Yeating,
Unen. t'ues :A Drilling; hiaia and Faaey Cravau,
Col ar, Itoaiary, e.
V caa furtisah th pnbli genaraily with ail klaos of
Line aod ' fct! Goods f vry deicripti en.
Bekt keep aa eieaiienl stueK at Hsrvaata C.A.
Cotton4vs, PiaU and fctriped Oanabargt, Piaid Dott
w eat prtu!r attentio to ear stock ef UoeUry for
ted a- and ctu.Jr-o.
la tel every Uuaj a.ually kept la a No, 1 H Jlta.
MarehiS j. C. MCilOLSON A CO.
V. H. Be mr j4 eailat So, XI pb eq-tar.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From H. S. SCHELL. late of the firm of Seillis, YraK",
Owe A Schsia, United State ana roraBu road
Advertisin? Agent, Moifafs Building, 835 Broaa
way. New York.
Joven's Rid Glove Cleaner,
JOCYEN8 KID-GLOVK CLE4NER.
JOCVKS'S KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
JOUVKN'S KID-GLOVE CLFANFR.
JOUVEN'S KID-GLOVK CLEANER.
25 cents per brittle.
25 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle.
45 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bott'e.
25 cents per bottle.
95 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle.
One l otile cleans 50 pair.
One rottie cleans 50 pair.
One bottle cleans Wl pair.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
As no cder proceeds from the preparation, the g'ove can
be worn immedintely after it is cleaned. With a piece cf
flannel, fpply a srrau portion of the preparation very
Hiiht y, and the dirt wil instun'ty disappear. It is the ar
ticle used by the Kid-Glove Manufacturers of France to
impart that purity of finish and softne.-a for which their
gloves are so justly ce ebrated. It cleans kid sliprers and
white and colored kio-g!oves elegantly. It is also an ex
cellent article for the toilet and for beautifying the com
plexion, removing tan, pimples, Ac, far exceeds In excel
lence at y of the thousand and one preparations usually
?old for that purpose. Ore trial, at the trifling expense of
25 cents, will convince any one that the article is a 1 that it
Is claimed to be. Try a bottle of It for 25 cents, and you
will never wis h to be without it. It can be obtained of all
Druggist s and dealers in Fnc Goods in Nashville, and st
wholesale, of the sole proprietors, CLAhK A CO., 835
Keoadwav, New Yobk. A liberal discount to the trade.
As there is an inferior article in the market, buyers will be
careful to see that the name of Clark A Co., is upon each
bottle wh cli they purchase. fjunt24-3m
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, by vh ch n u-h suffering
and nmtry in families may be avoided, s-nt to married
men, and those contemplating niarria'.e. Address, inclos
ing four pei-tage ttanips, Dr. L. F. PRO BART, I'ox 80t'8,
N ew Wk City. Kne24-8ms.
TV,10DKKN STYLE OF SCHOOL FURNITURE, msnu
iVl factored and for sale by N JOHNcON.No. 490 Hud
son St.. New York. A large suj p'y kept ct nstsntly on
hand. Circulators forwarded on pplication as above.
FAACY BONNETS, PICNIC HATS
exqui-iite styles of the season, grcy
;d per last steomers from Eu-
S:, jrst receivei
, - j-
Fso-n the unf recedented patronage we have received
this reason, the great competition notwithstanding, fir this
has fullv esii'h'i-hed the reputation of our bouse ahd in
erea d our trade f.O per cent., and have made larce addi
tions to our stock, which is now more select in designs than
anv rime thi season.
Such Flower, ladya, that will delight you, and the En
gine Gipey Hats so he "-itching. Call soon, as this is our
last stock for this s'aon, and will soon be sold out.
Our 6'or-k of Straw and Fancy Goods, Embroideries, Ac,
1,'MiO rich Paris, Bupal snd F-mcy Bonets, imported styles'
1i0 cases Hair, Hueal l!ond I.ace Bonnets;
25 casts English Straw and other plain stvles;
5 dozen i'nported Imperial Chip Bonnets;
876 Carton's of Paris Flowers, for bonnets, parties and
272 Carton's of Paris Ribbons, for bonnets tend dress
60 dozen Hoop Skirts, bone and steel, extra bone, Ac;
40 dozen Spaniih and French Fans;
80 dozn farasols. assorted quality;
Rich Black Bugal Lace Mntilla and materials;
Bugs! Gimps and Laces, white, blond and Matese;"
Black BukhI Collars and Setts, for mourning.
Our stock of Kmbroideries is not only beautiful but cheap,
consisting in part of Rich Maltese Work, Muslin, Jaconet
Setts, Collars of Iloniton Work, Muslin. Maltere and Jaco
net Under-fleeves, Worked Bands, Faris Embroidered
Handkerchiefs. A fine line of Paris Mitts, Kid Gloves and
Elastic Belt-; Ladies fine snd medium Cebbas Port Monies.
The Bonnet Comb and new styles of Tuck and Redding
Combs, with many Fancy Goods, too numerous to mention,
will be sold at a great reduction in price'.
I trust to receive the same liberal patronage extended to
me for the past thirteen years, and shall endeavor, by po
lite attention, punctuality and honesty of purpose, to com
mand a continuance.
, E. WISE, Agent.
may'20 No. 46 Union St. next door to State Bank.
UHOLLMLr AM lir.T All.
NO. SO UNION STEEET.
AritlKIKrit is now receiving and opening bis
a Spring Stock of
Merchants and Milliners will find it to their interest to
give him a call, as his stock is fir superior to any kept In
the city. As every one knows what constitute" a complete
assortment of Millinery (Jon's, it is ueles to enumerate
artlcl-s. It is enough for his lady customers to know th iMn
Crooker selected this stock, and with a view to 'he inter
ests and tastes of their pattons. The public may rely upon
being honestly dealt with, as be does business in his own
STE AIM BOATS & SHIPS.
Front Charleston to New York,
I'NITrn KT.tTFS tlAM, I.I 'V K..
NEW Y0EK AND CHARLESTON STEAK
Through in 48 to 63 Hoars.
S EMI- W E E K L Y.
THE NEW STFAM SHIP COLUMBIA, 1S0OO tons, M. Berry
NASHVILLE, 150O ton V, D. Ew.n
J A M f ADGKK, 1,601) toes S. O. Turner,
MARION, 1. Million h w J Foster
SOUTHERNER, 1,000 tons I.. M. MURRAY'
f EAVkrt Adger's Whsrves everv Wfl VTST) A Y hjicI
8ATUKDAY after the arrival of the cars from the
Boutb ami West. Tables suppliej aith every luxury.
Attentive and courteous commanders will insure travelers
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin Passage f 25
HENRY MISSR00N A CO, Agents,
May 2fi. Chabi.kktow, S. C.
Cabin Passage to New York
S5r-i $25 00 5t8
Weekly United States Mail Line.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAM
A I t; I STA, l,6O0tons.,
I1.01tll , 1.HO0 tons.
A1.AIIA71A, 1.S00 tons
.Capt. M. 8. Woodbolu
.Capt. IsaaO CaowaXL
..Capt. G. R. ScaxBCK
WTLI. LBAVB SA VABBAB
These ships are amon the lareest on the coast, unsur
passed in speed, safety or comfort making their passages
In 5n to 60 hours, and are commanded by skillful, careful and
poiiMomcers. Having elepant state-room accommodations
thev -fler a most desirable conveyance to New York.
C&btn'pasaage to New Vork f25
Steerage passage to New Vork 8
Agent : PADELFORD, FAY 4 Oil., Savannah,
SAM'L L. MITCUILL, IS Broadway.
Ir.2 N..- Vork
JOHN HUGH SMITH,
Attorney and Counselor at law.
NO. 14 CEDAB
BTEEET, NASHVILLE, TENN
D li . R . INI A R T I N
NO. 8 N0ETH SPSUCE ST.,
t 91 If
DR. JOHN II. CALLEaNDER.
will devote himself to his profession.
ry- 6mce. NO. 39, CHEESY ST., UP STAIRS.
la. 31. TCMPIaE,
iX.ttc xx3l03t cvt Law,
OfilCF, SAME AS SIIFRKirFS OFFICE CHERRY ST.,
N.XT IeOOK TO PO.-T OfFltr., CP BTAlKJ,
Will practice in a'l the Courts holden In Dvidon and Sam.
ner counties, and will give his individual attention
to all business entrusted to Lis care.
DR. JOHN II. MORTON
RESPECTFULLY leaders his Professional Service to th
eitisens of Nashville and vicinity, Oa.ce No. 61 Cher
rv street. jn6 dlj"
P. I. EDWARDS,
Attorney at Lt a v ,
Will attend to a'l business entrusted to his ear ia South
west Miuouri. " marlO ly
Ms M. IIEMiLE, Jr.,
A T T O U N K Y A T L. A
OFFICE NO. 4s CHERRY STttEVT, UP STAIRS. TH I
ONE FuRMERLV OCCUPIED BY DR. THOMPSON.
rw particular attention given to the collection of Claim
fa- All busiuea eulruated to hi ecr wul meet wilt
ludg J. S. fiats. Key. A. L. P. Gbbbb,
Dr. J. B. McFaaaiB, W. A T. H. Gaaaaruu-B A Co,
Lictwiar A CauCXBTT.
MANGOS M. ERIEH & M. M. BR1EN, Bn
Cff.ce, No. 47 West id ff Cherry at., Cuoptr1! BuQdin.
tormariy occupied by E4. Kwluc.
In A VC takra in eu-partaritiip my son, M. M. Batnt, in
the practice of Law in ail th Cworu of Davidioa toun
ty. On or both caa generally l fovist In h orf.ee.
Prompt and especial altenUoa aiways give t avcurin
anl collecting sal eiajma. Uoocy al ays ready when coi-
t have be constantly and rvrnlarly engagad In Bay ttro-
feMion. in tik Mountain District, lor th liut twenty years,
and wul ountisu to aurttd to securing and eotta-eiia- all
claims iuuu.tr 4 to my ear I the couuue of Cssaos,
iwjt e, mis, rtsirau, uiwkb, ra-aaia asxi Jackson.
I h a gea.ral anisaiaunes with th mercbaaU and
baMB at I IS thoae Co q tit a.
tb Msrchant ef NafcviJe, and of other rlaes. mleht
flaU il to their la la real so eouler wilA SB ia rellta thare
I refer to aay end all persons who boost aa. for ate
ability aad pruaapl altealioa to bilu.
march! i -iy MAOJt S4. UlutK.
I AM daily speubg a upj ly of iau Cabbags Sewd.
Send a JOttr fcfUsra.
jua4. . I. WtLLSa, Sr.
RAILROADS & STAGES
CHAELESTON AND SAVANNAH
Tlirouerti Ttafe front JVew York nntl
l'liilHdelpiiia ."VasjiAVille, In run.
xiectinn yvitli ISew Vork itud fhil
adelphla strniuship I.iiit-s.. to
continue williout iiltrrotinn
from Istof Jin . 1st of
First Class, per 100 lbsw 2 J'
Second " . - 1 '5
Third " " 1 "
Boxes H.ts, 1 75
Furniture nd Csrriages boxer!, and other light
goods not enumerated. Carboys of Acids, or
other Chemical", per 100 lbs., 8 80
Piano Fortes, Pocks, Stationery, Poets, Shoes, Liqnors
Oils, 4c, in bot:es. Carephine and Spirits Turpentine, in
barrels. Carpeting, China, Glaf'S and Glarswre, Cigars in
cases, Clocks, Cr r fectionaries, Cotton Cards, Dry Goods In
boxes or baler, Drocs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden Seeds Looking Glasses and Looking- Glae
Plates, (at owner's ri-k, O.ister in cans and jars, Sad
dlery, Tin and Briltania Ware, Teas and Spices.
si:n ii cuss.
Hardware, except scch as specified in third c!as, Coffe
Mills, Machinery, Foreign L'qucrs in barrel and pipes,
Tobacco in boxes. Leather in rol and boxes. Oils in bir
rels and casWs. Crockery and Queersware in crates and
casks, Kice, Whitinp, P as'er, Sheet Brass and Copper.
'Fill II Is C.'f.ASS.
Axes. Shovels. Stindes, ?ad Irons. Zinc ard Tin In pigs.
Tin Plate, .A nvi's. Vices, eaks of Chsins and Hoes, Vanilla
and Cotton Con age, Ct flee. Heavy Castings. Mill Gearing,
Carriage Springs, and ex'es. Railroad W heels and Axle
Chairs and Spikes, and Koin in barrels.
"ITCI tl. HATKX.
Boxes Hats. Furmt-ire snd CRrrini'es hrxed. and other
1'irht articles not ei umerated ; also, Carbovs of Acids or
other Chemical.-., whi le chaigtd at double firpt clas
sVW" Have every packsge plainly marked with name of
conngnee, destinati-n and depot rf delivery. Attention
to this matter prevents delay, and lostes. and insures a
Goods shipped via Savannah, should he consigned to
Agent of Central naf'rond , -avannah, and packages mark
ed care Agent C R. R . Svar mih. Ua.
Goods tdiipptd vit Ct.arl.str n hnuid he ennsirned to the
Agent of the South Ca'o'ina Railroad, Charle-iion and
packngt-s msrked, care Agent S. t R. R , Chsrle-ton.S 0
The through rattg shove cover all expenses from New
York to Nahville. .Vo mm infusion, firaytiffel or icharfu ne
charged either at Ch trle--ton or Sa annah.
rhu-pers may rely upon uniform rales and prompt de:iv
edes by both lines, over chsrees and d.imiges bv either
line, wi'l he adjudged by the agents of the Nashville and
In case of lost or misdeg goods, I will take charge of any
correspondence necessary for their recoverv, anl it not
foun.l, will pay for the P . me at the ext Irat'on of fO risys
alter notice is eiven. AH notice of Unit good. Air XaeK
rilte or ttntiont on the J?,n,ri!lt and ClUitUinooya
Road, mutt le addttted to II. I. Anderson, XuD't .
Merchants when in New York will receive every informa
tion and assistance in shippine. by applying to ihe Agent
of tie Charleston Line, No. 195 Broadway, and the Savan
nah Line, No. IS troadway.
CHA'S. W. ANDFRSON,
mv99 tf. Gen 'I Ag-n t.
Fui:iuiirs itv s.tiL visixs a.m
i'kopi li.lks rito.i
New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Baltimore.
TERCHANTS who may sMp by the above versele ar
It X inforinid that by consigning their goods to the agents
of the South Carolina Railroad. Charleston, or agents of
Centra I Railroad, Farannxh, thev w ill te forwarded fiee of
cemmis ions, (drayspe and aharfnge only charged,) and be
sent thro'-ph at the following rates :
From Charleston or Savannah to Nashville
First Clas, per 100 lbs
Special rates for light goods, per 100 lbs
Bill si oainir an cunt paid vm-e's and amou
... 1 00
... S 70
for drajage and wharfage, will be mailed to consignees.
CIIAS. W. ANDEKMIN,
may2D-tf. Grn'l Agent.
jvkv isoi'ti: to noiPius,
FARE ONLY 12.
TIME TIIROL'tJri 25 HOURS.
r"riRAIVS run throuch from Stevenson to Memphis and
X make close connection with Trains on the Nashville
and Chattanooga Kaiiroad at Stevenson. Throueh ticket
from Nashville to Mempnis sold for 12. Time through 23
!VO STAI. IM;,
Passengers should leave NaahvCle on the 5 o'clock P. M.
Train, which arrives st Mevenson at S:15 A. SL. and con
nects with Trains for Memphis. No delay except In chang
ing cars. C. L. A N DfcRSON,
"r! Ticket Aeent.
TENNESSEE & ALABAMA RAILROAD
- - 'JL I i
VN and after Wednesday, April 1st, 1S5T, Trains '
run as 10 lows:
MAII. PAXeKXOIB. raaiQBT pabhbbobb.
Leave Nashville 6.00 a.m. 8.4Sp.m.
Arrive at Thompson I &5 a. m. 6.40 "
Leave Thompson R.S0 a. m. 6.00
Arrive at Na-shville 10.13 a.m. 7.SS "
Passengers from Nashville by the Morning train, break?
fast at Franklin.
Stages obnnect with the Trains at Thompson's.
Through Tickets for Memphis, Wavnesboro', Jackson,
Tusciimbia, Florence, Pulaski and Columbia, can be pro
cured at the General Stage Office, under the Verandah
Hotel, Nahville. W. O'N. PERKINS,
marrh.21 if Hupertntendent.
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
rrv.,"i riTwMi.-n nrrrr tacts 3Tl
ARRIVAL AND DEPAUTI RE OF PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Nat.hville every morning at 7:45.
" ' eveni ng at 5.
Chattanooga morning at 6:W.
" " evening at M.
Arrives at Chattanooga every evening at 5:30.
" " ' morning at ft:M).
" at Nashville " erenlng at 4:'2(1.
" at " morning at 9:-t5.
The Day-Tra;ns meet at Tullahoma and both connect
with the train for Manchester and McMinnvtllr. PasKen
grrs for llerrsheba Springs and o'her points on and near
the McMinnviile Kallrourt should take the Day-Train, as
the con nec. ion by it at Tullahoma is direct.
march4 ' H. 1. ANDf-RSilN, Superintendent.
MEMPHIS AND CHARLESTON EAILE0AD.
f 'HE "ADAMS' EXPRESS COMPANY" have made ar
X rangementa with the a'-ove Railioad for a Daily Express
lane, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight,
Packages, Ac, bv Passenger Trains to tluntsville, Decatur,
ruscumbia.and Intermediate stations on the M. A C. and N.
A C. Railroads. Small Packag s at reduced rates.
Tv?" Messcngersleave Nashville daily at T o'clock, A. at.
lee"" Freights to be forwarded by Express will be called
or without extra chare, sulfi-tj A. K. HOLT, Agent.
TRI-WEEKLY TJ. S. MAIL LINE.
Four Horse Coach Line
BUENA VISTA SPRINGS, KY.
Sirli.g.cU am Kussclvlllet
TIIK Proprietoe has now on this Line Splendid Four
Horse Coaches, Good Teams and Carefui Drivers, aad
will take i'Bengers
SAFELY. PLEASANTLY AND CHEAPLY,
to the above-named CkLkKATED AND FA R-FAMED WATERING-PLACE,
wh-ch la nu kept in SPLENDID ANA
VERY SUPERIOR bT'LE.
THROUGH BOTH WAYS IN DAYLIGHT !
IE4VE Ns.hvilie Toesday, Tbursday and Saturdsy, ai
6, A. M. ARRIVE at Si riu.s Hite davs, at 7 P M.
LEAVE Spr ngs Monday, Wedneday and Friday, at 6,
A. M AltklVK at Nash life i-ameday-, at 6, P. M.
'T For Seats or I fr'raticn, apply at the General
Stag office, Narhvnle, Tenn.
r.v4 K. ! HOrKESMITH.Propne'or.
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA EAILEOAD-
COLI'TIItlAe WAYS KSIIOItO, JACKaO,'
I.A.IIA!f.i: A0 IrlK.TIl'lII.
SPLENDID Four Horn Coaches from Franklin to La
grants, connortlng at thoaa point with tha Railroad t
Tuscumbia, Florecce And Montgomery, Ala., and
Aberdeen, Ccl umbos and Canton, Mia.
The Four Horse Coach Lines to these point, ar all la
excellent order, making a clot connection with the Railroad
at Franklin, 1 eon.
Exprea Train leave the l'epot at
Pulaski and Elkton,
And a'l places Ihr m shout the Southern country.
We hav sp'endldliuc rotiuiug, connecting wi;h lb Kail.
road at Franklin.
PulasVi and Elkton
Will ieave Nashville on the o'clock, P. M. Train, Monday,
neduoday and Friday.
Leave Nashville daily at 9 o'clock P. M, connecting at
Fraaklla with a Daily kour Hone Coach Lis to Columbia.
For all lnformifc, through Tickets. Ac, app'y at the
General Kailroad, Stage aod Hmoihua OlSoe, No. M Cedar
street, oppuMl the tost D c'.
V0 OairabuewiilcaUrorpaaaengerinanv pariouu
A OK I. AT nusu : : :
HELAIN0TYPE3 AHEAD ! !
v,.. . ...i ii.iifrree(vu.
'VL .... i baiter aad mors esteniir. than any
ether tia-ery la Tenoewe. w having recently enlarge!
and fitted ap ur iblituoi ia aa.legaol aanoet.squat
to aav in tb ortb and .u.w.'wr la any ia th r-oata, w
ar now .aahled " p-ct-rw, pat up a a neat case.
beul.fu!iy cioru, ror
ritrv ci:x rs, ao i-pwaihw.
Car patron, wit ftad very eonvetileac and twinis.
.. . .k,.ki. . KPn'iirritii t
it,. Mt-irUMn, a jMu...a - - -
JiiMiM lo latu clully.
(J. t. Cvaaoat'y had lb I
a ruueut f y Frau.. Cbac. tc
- v u a aV tJ O
S 23, TJaloa 8t , ror. College
JIovicw. Pbotegvsphstaieo at oar Gallery (late rsdg'i.
a ir s,ur, evar tuck" ymna ti a.i. o-aui aiiaatur u
p. I U , eianM, enr ywi s wni-r imayn
QlUiAE. li ahd rlr rrtia. ana tuoJcs esw Sugal
k.1 o.i t-o.s ro4ra ot-ar.
la ator and fur sale by
W. H. OOttWN ktf,
THIVAE picture are entatty receiving the unqaal ifled
a .prun-tHJi of Arttata, Amateurs. and th- i uuUc gen
rally ai can a attested by th Uvrg number takeo daUy,
by C'eir poMing sopenar qui.Ue yef both lb Aa.