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rtioL & CO.,
TTboIe rcr. and Dealer. In
consrzn of college akd spbio stbsst,
tf.' SrChICe ?.
SO bxs Havana do
600 bag-sRl, Coffee 75bags Laguyra CoJfee;
100 bag. Java Coffee; Wquor(,.
45 do Welshire 1? Vai'kr' super Ale;
3?iK:K K ZTY Caret
) do Fine Brandies;
. S3 boxes E. B. Powell' To- 20bixe Jaclt FaTlUaff To-
Mbbrthertt BeUeT0' ?TaIa?0
10,000 Napoleon Cars; J-0' 'raasorkd''
Jsio&O Josephine Cigars; 8-i,0u: Brands, assorted.
1,000 ,av, fine ft coarse Salt; I
'.I fl'l. " ,
n Ofiirt'i Hammock. ;
inn thl. fn!a.lUa:
60dos. Cocia Dippers;
6J 1o. Whisk Brooms and
101 kits Mackerel;
B0 bxs Covs Oysters;
60 bxs Pickles, aisotted;
80O bti Phot;
200 ke? White Lead:
10 cases Preserve! Fruits;
R0 keg Golden Syrnn;
75 boxe Le-nm ayrup;
' 10 bxs Braidv Cherriei;
CO bt Union Soap;
90 kerf Soda;
20 bbls AirronuV,
200 Dera(john aborted;
50 package BneTeav,
IS do. pio ed Bucket?;
4V uva. -"- - .
We will also purchase at the hlshest market prices the
following article, of cono-ry produce -
Orchard Grass Seed
Herds Grass J
rotaioes, c,., ,.t. ,i.Mhr
Country dealers and farmers having any of the above ror
... . . . . , i W.h ikaDVUlt 111 A CUT
Sale, will do well to can ua ua -
Junezs tt -
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CARTER, M'KAY & CO.,
r.wri. Pilf hr A Co.
accessor! .u v-tib, .
AUCTION AND COMMISSION WHOLESALE GRO
CERS RECEIVING AND FORWARDING
MEECH ANTS ,
AHO DEAIERS IS
ITI5I BKANDIE9, WISES AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 73, Public Square,
B casks Doited Vinevard Proprietors Brandy;
8 casks Sherry Wine;
.W Lors' weUKht of the "lebrated h n? c, J
O A J Boker, New fork. Abo in -tore 25 hbl. Old Rye
Whlskv; 25 bbW Old Bourbon Whisky, and a good assortment
of old liquors and Champagne. .i. ,
W. invite the trade to give usa
aprT ' 73 Public Square.
Smith's Bitter East India Ale.
JC3T received per steamer Hastings, on consignment
B hhds Smith's Bitter Ale.
6 b his do do do
10 V bbls do do eo
ThUMe U eoual to Alaopp's or an, ted bran
1ff RKLS Smith's Stock Ale.
UU25Kbblsdo d do
25 cask Young-r's Pale Ale, pints. .
25 c k Muier A Son's Pale A le, pints, (In Jugs.)
88 casks Barclay, Perk ni k Co.'s Brown Stout.
150 cases Champagne Cider,
junelfl. CARTER, McKAY CO.
nir.sii peaciii:si.'V CANS.
JUST received, per steamer D. A. Given, on consign
ment, 64 dcr. Cans Fr-h Peaches War jmted good.
Juneia. Oil CARTER McKAY A CO.
BESBT BART, JR.
W. MACRAE, JR. JOBS 8 BART.
IIAUT. MACRAE CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AVD DIALERS IS
WINES, E BANDIES, LIQ.TJ0ES, AC,
No8. 7 and 9 South Market Street,
OWN I'll W Wrr.lP for 2 boxe containing
PUno,' Ac , mrkei Mrs. Ellis Hampton, Nashville: for
15 K pipei Brandv, marked G., Nashville; for 7 bales Dry
Hides, m,rkee H. Brown. n pcO
SVG . Ml 149 hhds comiura, ".fair, prime and choioe
100 t.bis crushed Sugar,
125 bhls loaf i'uht;
B0 bbls clariftea Sugar;
BO boxes white Havana Pu?ar. In slore and fo
tale by may21 W. H. GORDON A CO.
STAH :A'If.l'.S, Ac 100 whole boxes Werk
A t'o.'s .-tar Candle;
SOO H'-boxes Werk Co.'s Star Candles;
S(i V boxes do do do;
20 ouxe Madison Starch;
100 boxes Fox's do;
1.000 boxes Prescott A Co 's No. 1 and eifra Soap. In
tore an i for aleby I may 2 1 1 W. H. 4() KDONACO
yyTflSKV, Ac 1,0.'0 bbls Julius H.Bmith'a WhU-
6110 bbls ChrnowitVs Whisky;
600 bbls Old Bombon and Rve Whiskv;
260 boxes fine Brandies, 1 dozen each. In store and
for sale by na 21 W. H. GOKD0NAC0.
SNAItCltUS A SIIKKTINtiS. tOO bale 7-8
and 4-4 Oxnaburgs;
10 bales 21 iuch Bagging
10 bales 7-a Drilling;
60 bate Sparta, Laura Hill, and Sumner Bheetihgs;
1,000 bags Coltoa Yarns, all numbers. In tor and for
SHe by W. H.U'ttD N A CO..
mv21 Agents for Tennessee Manufactnrers.
1 A I LS.- 2,000 kt-gs hoenberKer'a Nails, all lises;
hid kegi Hour barrel NalH;
liiO kegs Finishing do;
jno kega fencing do;
BC kega 4, 5, and 6 In Spikes,
In store and for sale
H. GORDON A CO.
SCAI.I.N t NCAM !1 .M,AMI! ! A full
stock tf Fairback's celebrated Scales Dormant, Plat
form, Grocers, Counter and Beams. Also Hay and Coal
Scales, In store, for sale at Factory prices, by
W. U. GORDON ft CO.
Sole Agents for Middle Tennessee.
I A. LANIER.
L A N I E R & C O.
(Successors to Hart ft Uollingsworth.)
No. & market Street, Naalivllle,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
T. &, F. JULLIOU,
coNrr.c rio?ii:ii am m: alt. us in
TINE FEUITS, NUTS,
Fine Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
No. 71 JlurlittMrefi, 2d door from llroad
WE would respectfully Inform the citisens Of Nashvill
and the trails in tills and the adoiaing counties, that
have rerentlv ntt.-dupour eslabiiahmeut for the pur
pose of doing a Wholesale and Kniail bunness, and would
respectfully ak a share of public paironaga.
;tf Order's for Candies, Fruits and other article lo
or line attended to with promptness and dmnatch.
marcli P. A f. K1I.LIOD.
r. s. uice.
B. II 4A.
QUICK A. Mi:AU,
C oinmiasion and Forwarding: Merchant!,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLEGE STilEEr.
WHITE WHEAi sLOUK, Unbolted Flour, Buck Wheat
Flour, Seconds, Blioru, Bran, lorn Meal, Kye Meal,
ats, Corn, and m liomluy. In store and for ale. Wl I
be delivered to any part of the city free ofcharg.
I4CICK A MEAD,
sal No. 11 fouth Oullege st.
Southwestern Seed and Agricultural
15 MAIN BTEEliT, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKT
OUR Stock of Seeds is now complete, consisting In
part of "?
tiuihcls Kentucky Blue Grass Seed;
8,o0 " Orchard do do;
ji id " Bed l op or Herds Graan Seed;
600 TiuioUiy do;
600 Clover do;
6K " O.ageOrang llo;
luO MiUct d;
600 ' 11. mp do;
60 Canary do.
200 " TopOolont.
OAEDEN SEEDS! GARDEN SEEDS!
We are prepared to furnish fresh and genuine Garde B
Seeds, of ttie growth cf 1-Oe, by the pound, single paper, o r
ta boxes containing UMl or 2iK pai-ers. A liberal diacouo I
Blade to dealers. Orders respectful! V .olieited.
Jan'ia tPlTKIN BKOXHFRB.
2 - & . KOVBEOH,
Coach and Wason tlariicss,
H0. 14 DEADEEICK STEEET, NASHVILLE,
HAVING withdrawn from the firm of Howvrtoa ft Wllklsv
too, has located at the above place, w bare he will k
lad to tee ali bis old friends and others la want of any thing
fa the way of busiae. Repairing done at the shortest uo.
Hoe. tenia ly
(iiumun Atubrssly P the rnmiasa rie
X tars a bet ond euoiparisoa the beat styie of uataesa
vet Introduced, and ataods wiibout a rtvi
Time cannot change liem,
l.Igbt eaunot fade ihea.
Dampness eanoot mould th.aa.
Dust oan never reach thetu.
Rust cannot corrode them.
Made as heretofore by I.ARCOvlBK. 40 College L4Iaaa
pat or n tiit-top style at Eastern prtcea.
g Mad at no other room lu Nashville.
"" cAUisAui: ai.t:u.
TUT received a lot ef fresh Drarntioad a&J Flat Dates
i,i,h... Mud. Call and set them. '
S. S. WrLLXR.
FIRE INSURANCE CO
OFFICE North-West corner of the Public Square, over
Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office. They wiUtake risks on
Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, against loss 01
Damage by Fire. Also, Marine and River ha tarda, from
and to all ports.
Also Negroes against th Dangers of the Biver.
JOHN M. HILL.
G. M. FOGG,
F. A. OWEN,
N. E. ALLOWAT,
R. B. GARDNER,
inKrPii VAfTl.lt. Pres't.
BUTLER. Secretary. rct4 t
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.
THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage oy
Seas, Kivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most ravora
Life and Nerro Policies rranted at Currentratel .
0Hce, No. BO Collegestreet, East side, between Union st
ana ruDiic square.
ANTHONY W. VANLEIR,
HFNRY HART, Jr.,
TUOd. W. EVANS.
W. T. BERRY,
R. C. McNAIRY,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
Jam is Walker, Secretary. my2
NASHVILLE INSURANCE OFFICE.
iETXA INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS. 1265,000.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL, 11,250,000-PAID CP AND ASSETS, $525,000
New Vork Life Insurance Company.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL $1,100,000.
Fire, Marine, Inland Hull and Life risks taken on equitable
terms. juskth nauh.
No. 23 College street, opposite the Sewanee House,
Nashville, Jan. 22d, 1S57.
IHAVE closed np my Stable on Market street, not for
the purpose of going to Texas, but to attend to my
new Stable, corner or Churcn and Front st:eeH, where l
have removed our ttock, and will be idea ed to receive the
patronage of my old customers and the riding pubixsen
erallv. Uulyll G. W. .-UMNER.
P. 8. I wish to hire a good carriage driver. Por a good
one, a good price will be idvatced monthly, for one or
two years. jnlyl. DO G. W. SUMNER.
7& LIVERY STABLE.
ATM. T WRIGHT ft CO. would respectfully inform to
vY cititens of Nashville and the public generally, tha
they have purchased the ueU-known Livery Etabie and a
the stock and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Phil
lips, on Market street, just below the Square.
We are prepared to board horses, by the day or week, in
We have Srst-rate lots and box-stalls to accommodate
Drovers, and all our friends who may favor us with their
We pledee ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of tine Saddie-Uorscs and One
Buggies to blre at all times.
The fact Is, we do not Intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come along ana see for
yourselves. WM. T. WRIGHT ft CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
jPrfj" CHUECH STREET, NASHVILLE, fffa)
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOR.
IF you wish to hire a fine HACK, a fine HOKSB or BUG
GY, a fine SADDLL-HOKsK, a FURNITURK CAR,
BAG'i A E-WAGON, or anything in the LIVERY-STABLE
LINE, call at the above establishment and you can be ac
commodated. Horses boarded on reasonable terms, and the beet care
taken of them in sickness and in health. All I want is a
fair trial, and I warrant satisfaction to all persons who may
favor me with their custom,
N. B, 1 have always on hand Horses to sell.
janSl o M. 8. COMBS.
A. LA WRRMCB. J- CRAM.
EL.0N DEADEBICK. BETWEEN 8UMMEE AND
T EMEMBER the new two storv Stable, new Buggies,
IV fine H or.ea. la fact, bereisTua place to get an A io.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
The best of Horse-feed, Hustlers, and every thing in the
Paid to boarding transient and horses on sale,
We have good Carriage room. Come one, come all, and
we guarantee satisfaction.
All we a-dc U a share of the public patronage, which we
are determined to merit.
marchSO LAWRENCE ft CO.
. Ia. WUAlillAVaY,
WHOLESALE OnOCKR, I'LtODVCE DEALER,
AMD PKALKR IN
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
IR OX CA S TIXG S, 4-c. ,
CORNER OF FRONT AND BROAD RTRKETS,
HAVING purchased tha stock and taken the Stand o
Church Anderson, the ondersigned Is prepared to ac
commodate his old customers, and such new ones as may
give him a call, with the very best Groceries that the mar
ket will afford.
tHe will boy all kinds ol country produce, usual!
brought to this market J yU R. L. WEAXLEY.
D. W. RUSSELL,
MANUFACTURERS' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
OFFICE AND STORAGE AT
R . L . W i: A K L E Y S ,
Corner of Broad and Front Su., Nashville, Tenn'
Drane ft Hale, Cincinnati; Graff, Bennett ft Co. Pittsburg
Crane, Breed ft Co., do; C. lhmsen A Co., do;
H.M.Barrett, do; Smith, Guthrie A Co., La;
U.G. McComas, do; Housrman A Smith, St Louis,
And Merchants of Nashville generally.
IV Orders handed me for Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louis
ville or St. Louis manufactured articles will be promptly
d espatched. de-T2
CIIAREES P. REliUlN,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
4 r n a m cnlal 1 a I n t c v ,
No. 52 College Street, np it airs, opposite Sewanee
House, Nashville, Tenn.
SMITH, LOVE A: CO
No. 53 Market Street, Nashville
R. T. FLKMINU,
OttXVM l'T A DIil AIX'V lilV
62 Union St. NASHVILLE,
Bclvwa Cherry and Pu miner street.
PV Orders from the Country promptly attended to. ASl
TO Tilt' CLOTHES WEARING PUBLIC;
Rovse & Elverson,
Dealers in Ready-Made Clothing
USD GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
to. 20 rrm.iC!o.rAiti:.
AVF. ust received their Urge and varied aortmot
sriUNG AND SUMMER GOODS
oontUting of every variety of fabric a red in the most
lasl.ioaable circle such a- Cahmereti, Drap l'Ke, Alpaca,
ljneu.snd Marseilles, of every shade and variety, and all
of Ih.rn eut aod ma.le asp'eiaiy fur t hi. raariel.
Tbrir sux-a of Uentlamsn's f urni.hlug Goods Is now com
plete, and In polLt of rxcham. variety and cheapness has
only U be eianm&l, to b admired.
la adduiun to the above, the, bate a la-ge and varied
stock of L'KKbs, t aaaioiart., Ve-tinvs, and Trunuilugs, Just
received from the In.purlers which they will sul to order.
In style to suit the tastes of the mmi tastidiuu. apr.3.
(looil Xews Tor the Hoys!
Rovse cSs Elverson;
HAVE JUST RECEIVED, a new and well selecte! as
sortment of Boy's and Children's Clothing suitable fur
Spring and furureer wear, also a chotoe lot of B)'s Murta,
vtHf a.lJ colored, which they wlU sell at the Very lo.ert
eaah prices. aprtj.
"CLIFTON & ABBOTT""
tVJuCLD respectfully call the attention of their friends
f f and thepubiie generady to their present stock of
SprUr,; ami Summer Goods,
onsisung of ateo'a and Boys' Clothing of all stjUe and
la the greatest variety, aatong which are BrtUh Half-Hoe;
a superior ariR-l; faaey and Cottoo Half Liuae; Wertoa
Sret tlaJf 11m; Kapuleon, D Joicville, Loatoa, aad a rrsal
variety of other Neck Ties; a very rich assortment of Da
ask MIX Cr Slats, Pus, &td. ! Thread and elttrr Utovee.
Uarieiltcis, Fancy and White thir; M.irt Cwiiars, tola
fancy and white; Bak Drawers aad rhirts; Merino, Leaite
tbiud and Jeaa Phtru aad Drawers. Thee mt Us
aerioiif a La I of arUsMt too aasaraisa to a-anujo, aai rr
esitedj apl t
TIIFSOi & CO
RICH SILK ROBES,
with three Volants.
RICH SILK ROBES
-with two Volants.
Eobes a la Disposition;
RICH LACE GOODS;
BLACK LACE MANTLES;
i ETC., ETC.
illattinsrs t itlattinars ! !
Ulammoth Stock of
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
THOaIIPSON &; CO.,
1 1 i'i iiiiiiii iii
THE partnership heretofore existing between the under
signed was this day dissolved by mulln.,n1ti
THOi. B. BAINS.
TH ondersigned havinTretired from the Drng and
Chemical bosiness, respeetfuliy tenders his thanks to
the citisens of Nashville, and the public generally, for the
very liberal sunnort bestowed upon the late firm of Kern an
A Rains, and cheerfully recommends the members or the
TV W firm in Vj neV,i;a
B JAMES K EES AN.
dence and patronage.
JO. W. BKOWI, St. D
RAIIIS & BFvOWIJ",
FTAVINQ onrchased the entire interest of James Kernan
in thf late firm of Kernan A Rains, will ass ime all
liabilities and receive all accounts doe said firm. Trey
will -r,r,tir,.. ,t, n.n. Minlieal Business at the well-
bnnarn .or. x- -i a Dhiix Rnnsre. where wholesale and
retail dea'era are" respectfully invited to call and insrect
he!r extensive stock of Drups, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
Dvestuffs, Instruments, FxtraetN French and Knelish
Chemical , Perfumery, Fancy Articles. Fnoff, Tobacco, Ao
C.,a.i or which will be so.a as """-'jBROW.
So. 19 South side Public Square.
Nashville, June 2tth,lS5T.
J. J. BEECH,
SUCCESSOR TO BEECH, BASER & CO ,
No. 20 College Street, Sewanee Bunding
sriS WH0LF3ALE AND RETAIL BFALER IN ,
Vjf Drops, Medicines, Paints. Oils, Turnpentme,
n.... n atn(Ts.Perfnmeries.
Fancy Article, Supporters. Trusses, Brn-hes. Cigars, Seeds.
Kistilnsr Tackles, Instruments, iu, o-
Medictne Chests, oame bi?, o.
A fiocv FOK FITCIirS' BRACES and
t-M a is 1 n i. 1 .A i
2. Family Medicines, ana an tne pupuiar ralrn -
ctnes ol tne day. spnn. "
x i as i-a vx nviTlVFS. for the cure of
i I Rheumatics and Nervous diseases. Also, Galvanic
Machine", for the cure of Rheumatism, Paralysis, Gen-ral
nervous ueonity, c. . . v...
T- a m iwrne in.Hv relphrated BODY SCPPORTFR
15 or BRACE.longandfamiliarly known as the Best Brace,
and admirably adapted to the physical wants of delicate
females aliicted with general debility, curvature of the
spine. fallineof the womb, loss or appetite, aispepsia o.
For sale by april 10 J. J. BEECH.
tw'w i?,?! vi n 1 Aiair PniKh ,ni1 1 case in
J cans assorted siaes, very convenient for Boap making.
t t nvr.m.
apru it w. - -
"It trvrillll in boxes assorted slues and in bulk.
it 1 wrv minerior artie'e of W'heatlev's I ondon Mustard.
Rice, Flour, Oeletine Ptarch, Tart. Acid, Super Carb. So.
da. Cream Tartar, fepper, Bpice, uinnsmoo. gloves
Mace, Nutmegs, Fine Teas, Chocolate, Salad Oil, Ac.
april 10 J. J. BEECH.
rl'ST IN NTORF, Several tierces superfine
Brandies: Old Port and Medeira Wines, put up in bottles
orbv the gallon, which is pronounced to be Ne Pir-s Kxtra
april 10 j. j. muiii
JO. G. BROWN,
43 College street, Nashville, tesn.,
DBUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUFFS,
PAISTS, OILS. VARWISHES, WINDOW
GLASS. GLASSWARE, PERFU
MERY. FINE SOAPS, HAIR
AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
And all the Popular PaUnt Medicine of the day.
TN Fancv OooH.. the stock, as usual, is very complete,
I havine ecently received large additions, consisting
psrtlv of Lobin', and Ranln's Extracts: French. American
andOermsn Coloene; nellue's and Lubtn's Sachets; Hair
Brn.he; Metal, Ch'na and Paper PnfT Boxes; Bhell, Fino,
and Dressing Combs, Ac.
' srEns! snrosn skeusiit
1 AA BUSHELS Kentucky Blue Grass, stripped;
1 WW fin do do do do clean;
150 do Herd. nra;1
10 barrels pure Timothy.
A T. O
LANDRET'T'S GARDEN SEEDS. A generol as.
gotrnt. wari"d freh.
CAB? ARE SEFD, 10 lbs. large Drum-head Cabbage:
10 F'at n.itch fiilhqff.
ASPARAGUS R00T3- Two yers old, grown by Mr.
STRAWHE1RY PLANTS. Very fine varieties from
Mr. itenr TI wr
WYAVT50T PROLIFIC CORN- Which vldds from U
to 2S barrels to the acre. At JO. O. RHOWN'S,
febU 48 Cnllpge Street
OTOXE WAICE of every o-ecription.
feb17 JO. 0. BROWN.
A.ITIST'S COLO US in tubes of everv dec"'p
tion. at JO. O. BROWN'S.
povr.nr.ss atvi r.TtPiiiE watbhs
alwavs on hand, which I receive direct from the Spelnifs.
fehlT JO. fl. BRftWN.
tOU Tlin IIAIIt. Mrs. Alien's Restorer;
' Wood's Restorer:
tebli .in. fl. BTtOWie.
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n . n i a f - I -- f . - l ....
s mte Dy Barclay, t-erains t-o , in pinn mn nu-m,
r,.hi t j o. BPowy.
plOO l,IVF't OIL. S rrossjust received, Pre
" rared by Hedireman, Clark A Co.
ft.17 JO. a. BROWTf.
Hno(iF.lllL.l AVIIISTC V. A verysupe-
rior article, guaranteed to be pure,
JO. a. BROWN.
!.! K LICK WATKH.-In half barrels and In
I pint bottles, lor sale at Louisville prices
febll JO. O. BROWN.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOLESALE ANT) RETAIL
T8 receivine a general assortment of Pure and Genuin
i)Ui ;s am ni:niciNr.s,
Warranted as pure as any sold in this city, or any other,
fact it is only necessary to say none but tha best Medicine
Pure Chemicals various brands.
Fresh Line Juice,
Cod Liver Oil,
Breast Pumps a new and convenient article.
Syringes some new kinds.
Fancy Articles some of the most beautiful kinds,
100 os. Pure Sulph. Quinine, bought for cash and will b
sold very low.
Teas various kinds also a lot of Canton Teas, 10 much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted Ptock of Perfumery.
Wines, Brandies, Gin, Ac, for Medical oses.
For sale by G. W. HKNDKRSH0TT,
apl2 Cor. Cedar st. and Square, Nashville.
A. H. ROSCOE,
wnourssLB Airn mrrn.PVAi su !
DBUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS,'
PERFUMERY. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHES, WHITE LEAD Ac,
Corner of Uroad and Market Star.
!V tSHVII,l.i:. TI'.NSI,
T HAVE constantly on hand. al.ir?e and well selected stock
oMthe above articles, together with a large asortrnent of
Fancy articles aft of vhich is offered for sale on tha most
Alum, 8,iMX) pounds;
Arrow Root, 100 pounds, Bermuda and Florida;
Brimstone, f 00 pounds, refined;
Castor HI, 800 gallons;
Copperas, 80 barrels. Prima Green;
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels;
Gum Camphor, loo pounds;
Indigo, 600 pounds. Fine to Common;
Madder, 1,00" pounds, first quality;
Super Carb. Soda, 4,0o0 pounds Prime;
Flour Sulphur, 5o0 pounds.
All of which IsoSered at the lowest prices.
lanS A. H. ROJtPOw.
STEWART & OWEN,
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 MARKET STREET,
N AS II VI 1,1, i:, Tenn.
HAVING retarned to our old stand, from which we were
driven by fir, we are now prepared to attend to all cur
old customers and as many new onrs as will favor as with a
eail. Our house has been rebuilt upon an improved plan, af
fording us extended facilities. Onr
Is now capacious and ex tensive, and adequate to every emer
Are large, and exprcially adapted to oar purpose. We have
in store, and are eoatantly receiving, ample supplies ef
Stoves, Wares, nntl Grate,
Plata and insnexd Mustnui laoa MasTLka and GasdkB
Sr.Trxa; and In short, everything usually kept In similar as
Our assortment of Stoves challenges competition ,compria
icg every style and varirty. W bare the
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which is in great demand.
We manufacture for the trade and fur retail, and toorder,
all kinds of Tin and sheet Iron Ware, aod keepeonstantly on
hand a large assortment.
We Invite the attention of all to oar establishment, pledg
ing ourseixes to give entire satisfaction.
bTaWAUT A OWEN,
march 80 No. 14 Market lU
3IcCl,LTni:, HICK & CO.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers,
lN0. IS MARKET TRET,
HAVE always oa hard Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinned
Copper Ki vu, Casitags, Parlor and Chamtwr Grates,
Stoves, Tin Ware and a complete assortment of ariicie usu
ally kept In our Hue.
Uountry slercbaai are requested to eat! aad examine
our etucs before purchasing eie where, as we are prepared
to fill tbair their bills upon as good terms a. any boaae oat
JCST received, a lot of 5uperior Floor Scales. ALto, Plat
furm and Counter Scale. jsp-'J McO. B. A CO.
A 'IN E lot of Caatiogs of all patterns oa band at
Ja! McC. B A Co.
TE are now making Wrought Iron Stores a little bet-
Uer thAo aay tieuss la the ITottwd litatwa.
J- WcC. B, A CO.
TOOFING, Gotteting and a I kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron,
AV aad Copper Work done la the moat woramaa-like
manner, and at the sbarteat sol ice by
JL,a J McC. B. A CO.
XI. 33 M CZ -XT' -tO. JLb .
FlUlE subscrtbev take thkt method ef laformlng hi eld
eostomars and f rtctt aod the sab4i generally, that
be has remJ t,i ir4ir Store (ro the old stand oa
Market strset, ta H. fij, la the Urge bnrfc bailding , lately
srrcUd ea the feoolij ti,j af broaj atrevt, whrc be keep
oesiabUy a baadaad makes to order Ui variuoe article
e-b:acvl la bis Iijss bf bawaeaa. He tnvte, eeiwial t
leatiua to Ki. lire, 1Mwim!,i cf CA5Tl?U, huLLOW.
A S 6 1 At, a , tuth aa Mas tie aad Oual Grate Wtf.
e sUae,Phw lkU, biraw Callers, Crra-tihailara, Cora
froabera, MillrUEiJra n,lcaay Sw aud iron Faacttg.
t'o.XiU,Tr utM, Hi a-s K.tLHs, t.-.lrtu, Caadiw
eurks, aad aa auuost etWia variety of otr,r artieis.
Jas-s t . ASblllttW AKtilKxlH
BAt O,-1 h iii.,i r'ne..j usj.-aj'-ug !., suaiaat
l-noa fcr w.i tij HACuX i). o, l.;Ctr,
CAUTION TO PARTIES PUKCHASINU
S. IV. PIKE'S
THE UNDERSIGNED, manufacturer nnd srleAl
proprietor of the above brandof WHISKY, TJL.
would resueetfullv inform his customers and pur-Jfciiia
chasers of this celebrated brand, that there has appearea I
th Charleston and othT Southern markets a counterfeit
of the above Whisk v. 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 names simi
lar to 8. N. Pike. 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 r.urchase the genuine brand. I make this
statement to put parties on their guard, as there are several
nersnna in the easr. ann wefet ai&Kinir an uuiianou, -.uu
nsinir mv name with a slight alteration. I ha"e analysed
several samoles of this counterfeit brsud, and found that it
contains a dt-adlv poison: this fact alone impels me to cau
tion the public, protect thos who are liable to be icceived,
and ore vent the evil results attending the use of this
noisonous imitation. I lo hereby caution the counter
feitersofmy brand that I will prosecute them to the full
extent of the law. The genuine N Pike's Magnolia
Whisky is distil ed from the be-t quantities of Rye and
Corn, and is warranted free from any deleterious or odqox
ions cAmnoun l. it beim; a pure and healthy beveraze.
Many parties have recently commence! makinga brand
of Whiskv called Magnolia, but they are an immitation
of my trade brand, so be careful ai d get the only genuine
Magnolia Whisky made m tne Lnuea Mates, ana uisuucu
only by me. SAM L N P1KK,
apr20 ly No. IS and 2d Sycamore-st.
Cheap Cash Store.
C0RNEB OF WALNUT AND IR0NT STREETS,
Wood and Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
Hoofing Material, &.C.
200 pkgscov'd Buckets;
850 dosen Rail Boxes;
200 neBts Tubs, painted;
125 dos Band Boxes;
1,800 Zinc Wah Boards;
15,000 Plow Hindles;
878 doa Varnished and Three
70 nests White Pine Tabs;
81,000 ass'ed Broom Handles; 125,000 Cane Fishing Poles;
175 doi white Cedar Buckets;'3tK asi'ted Liquor Kegs;
'ioorio Tar O m: 10 dot H h Cedar Cans:
8O0 pkgs Half Bush. Measures' 25 " Neat Boxes, varnish'd
75 doa Pine Churns. assorted'20l " Painted Tub. and
15" BB Cedar " I Keelers;
100 nesta white Cedar Tubs; '125 doi Well Buckets, asB'ted.
ISASrli KT U AItl).
200 Willow Wagons, common 1700 nests German Market do
150 " " extra;
80 " Clothes do;
8n0 " Carts, common;
500 " " ex.ialltopi.
75 Empire Cabs;
400 doz Feed Baskets, instore
and to arrive;
200 dozen assorted Market
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
25 doz Children's Rattan and
150 dozen Willow and Rattan
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 maue to oruci.
100 doa Feather Dusters: 100 bales Alicant Mats;
500 " ass'ted Shoe Brushes; I 50 Jute Hark and Skeleton
100 " ex. Scrub " Mats;
45 Rocking Horses; I 25 doz Toy Air Pistol..
COltltAGi:, TWIMN Ac.
lOOcoils IV and 1M inch Manila Rcpe, 690 feet;
lOcoils IX to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 colls yit to inch do io, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 doz Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
100 doa Hemp Bed Cords; iloo bales Carpet Chain;
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; '1,500 lbs Wool Twine;
4,500 lb. Flax " ' 8(K) lbs Seine Twine;
175 bale. Batting; 1150 reels Hemp Packics;
25 " Wicking; I 75 coll. Tarred Rope;
60 " Wrapping Twine; 150 " Jute Rope;
1,500 bundles (Frnnd) 1 angerman'. Wrapping Paper;
1,600 " Mcpregor'. do do;
8,000 reams Lockland do do;
150 ream. Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 " Ham " I 70 " Batting do;
54,000 lbs Roofing do, dry; 13,000 lbs Roofing do.satu'ted ;
StarCandles, Lard Oil, Opal Candies, Etearine Candlw,
Starch, Gel man Soap, Ac.
iiio.v itoi .M Kri;s,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggisu' and Liquor Deal
ers' use, constantly on hand.
Pine 0horn.,18,50,22,24incb Red Cedar do 16,13, 80,22 do
Cerdar do 16,18,20,22 do Painted do 20, 22,24 do
Bras. Hoop do" " 44 " do (Barrel do 16,15, 20, 23 do
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do ;
' Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
For sale by S. M. BARRETT,
mayl4 cor. Walnut and Front sts., Cincinnati, 0
PITT'S PATENTED SMOKE EXPELLING HEAT
SIMPLICITY, neatness, utility, comfort, economy and
durability are coml ined in this improvement. A single
plate of cast iron of peculiar form, so placed with Its low
er edge resting against the back of the lire p lace, and the
upper resting on the inside of the arch, at an angle formin,
part of the back itself, without interfering with the fu
Appertures are so arranged in the grate as to ceat
draft sufficient to correct a smoky chimney, and the inter
mediate bars are so made that the heat that would other
wise escape by he chimney, is arrested and reflected or
thrown back into the room. No alteration in the mason
ry of any ordinary fire-place or chimney is necessary. It
can be put up in a few uiiuutes by any peraou of cuia.iv ia
It has been fairly tried before competent witnesses, an
The length of tbe back of the fire place nd tha treadth
of the flue at the arch inside, regulate the price. The cost
Is but a tritle.
Tha Kifcht of the Patent for some of the best State is for
An experienced gentleman in the Patent Office at Wash
Ington bought tbe Kigbtofoue Stale as soon as It wa.
My address is Naihville, Tennessee.
aprl tf F. tPITT8. '
MANSON M. BRIEN h M. M. BitlEN, JR.
ATTORNEYS AT it. AW,
Cffiee, No. 47 West side of Cherry st.. Cooper. Building,
formerly occupied by Ed. Ewmg.
I HAVE taken in e-j-pariuership my son, M M. Baits, In
the practice of Law lu all the Curls of Havi.Non coun
ty. One or both can generally be found In the oilire.
Prompt and especial attention always giveu to securing
and collecting ail claims. (.Money tiaiii ready alien Col
I bare been constantly and regularly engaged In my pro
fession, in the Mountain District, for the last twenty years,
and will continue to aueud to securing and collecting all
claims intrusted to my rare In the counties of Cannon,
DeKalb, While, Fectres, Overton, Putnam aod Jackson.
I have a general aciiualulance with the merchants and
business men In those counties.
The Merchants of Naidivtiie, aad of other places, might
find it to their interest lo coutcr with me in relation there
to. I refer to any and all persons who know me, for my
ability and prumpt attention lo bus'ne-t.
inarch 7 ly MANSON' M. HR1FN.
UAKtllYi fOMlXIIOMUV, Ac.
CHAR LIS ROBERTSON, (lata of the firm of J. G. A C.
Kcberuon, broad reel.) continues lus business at No.
17, Market street, (opposite Morris 4t Mratton's,) vhrre
he is prepared to rircute aud till all orders in all the
branches of lik:n. Confectionary, Ac, wl;h which he may
be favored. ti,s mater ia.. are fresh acd of the le t quali
ty, and he Cutters biuitelf, that be can give the mo.t i tr
ied latitfactkn. lie win sell by who.esale or retail, and
orders fiom a distance are ohcitd. He returns srairf 1
thanks lor the lare bairooac 1 e baa hen toll it rrrrlvrd,
and piedgrs bimaeif to merit icuuui.uuce of tu same.
Clinmpumic and Sweet Crab Cider
P( bbis of the above In store;
I bUs Pcacan Nut-;
t(3 bbls Soft ?hrll A Imonds;
10 bbls EDgliah WainuU, all fresh;
10 bb s Fi t-erts;
10 bbl t'rrli Nut;
1 doa New York Ale Pumps;
10 boxes Lmom:
lCtilKjint D. Cheese , in good order;
loo boxes O. B. "
f or sale b v J. O. ROBE RTSOS,
July 1 , 1-iT. froatfir.y.
C. M. STEVART,
W li o I e a 1 e and K e t a i 1
(JUOCLH & Cvi I ISM O.N .-rlllltt IIA.T,
HO. 41 BROAUWAY, NA.HVILLE.
The blgheet Marke price paid for Country Pre
luce of all kinds. jAJ laali 4Wly
NASHVILLE UK SU I ASS,
J. C. UAIIDUX,
Linuctti smxt.i.i: ami hoahds.
H AYE en band a Urge lot of Cedar, YeSow and Whits
Pie Flwoong, Clear WtiteP.rie, Pipi.ar rtaok, Jvis la,
BeaDthng, equate Ce-sar, Car Piatik auJ Pu( Ur eial.a.
have tva Mills eutuo Popirr and Cedar, eue dres.inf
P Pi lar, trjd on. fr im Pine Flovribg. one M.itigiesia.
aloa, maiicg Ne. 1 feplar SMurlee. t,iuKnuli:ti,wi.
tion 1 eaa uyi1 aay qsaotiiy tt Luaitxr or M.inie at
tbashorieat Buuce aud at the Wweal prtcea fur U.e caah.
Leave artre fcr prsp4 aitentioa wim
J. C. H4REM,
asarcL5t Naehvtiia Lamksr Yard. Nia. m e4ay.
hl'.N I II I V.,
ASLER, JfCY, WASHEaa, BO!LEi:, ETTET3, VSZ1XS,
crsrw LUra, a ttJ a 4 tut aai t y
caAvyaa C. P. CiCJUT.
I WHISKEY I
IfSP i C AL'GER "CvVi,.
If CIX'TI IIAM.CU. O. V
(J O whiskey:
fl O 40 Cm 22
u c2z.x:i3RATi:n n
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
From H. S. PCHELL. late of the firm of SirLLix, Vrsscmra,
Owes A Schhll, United States and Foreign ewPaPY
Advertising Agent. Moffat's Building, So5 Broaa
way. New York.
3G5 & 367 Broadway, New York.
rpHIS Magnificent Temple of ART and LUXURY has
JL peen recently re-decorated and ornamented aau uuw
presents a iar more
Gorgeous Coup D'ceil
than when first completed.
THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
Over the Paloon, containing 2ii0 Rooms, is still conducted
on the Kuronean plan, and is ODen for the reception o!
Guests at ali hours. ' juj. 15 dim.
St. Nicholas Hotel,
NEW YORK. JUNE 89th. iq.S7.
THE public are respec'fuUy informed that 'he price of
Board at t'lis Hotel Sum ftof f'n adruncml. but ia as
it haa been heretofore, $2 .0 f -er diem.
JnlylO 1m. TRKAWELL, WHITCOMB A CO.
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES!
REMOVAL AND OPENISO ANNOUN'CEMKXT.
To all who 8kw or use SKwixo at achinks:
The supetb new Marble Buildings of
1. M. SINGER A CO.
No. 45S Bboadwat, ookssr of Gkasd Eteset,
IX7ILI. be cpened for insnectioTi, and the transa-tion of
V V business, on THURSDAY. Julv 21. lT. C.tisens.
and strangers vi-itin the 0!ty, are refpectfullv Invited to
call and examine the F.stardishroent, aDd see the various
styles ol tnecinger fcewing Machine in orvrarkra.
I. M. PINGEK A CO.,
julylO lm.s 4S Broadway, New York.
Joren's Rid Glove Cleaner.
JOI'VKN'S KID-OLOVF CI.EANFR.
JOUVEN'8 KID-GLOVE CLEAN KR.
JOUVFN'S KTO-GLOVE CLPAN'KR.
JOUVEN'9 KID-GLOVE CLEANER.
25 -enta per h-iftls.
25 cents per bottle.
cents ptr io tle.
25 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle
95 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle.
One hottle cleans 50 pair.
One bottle cLans 50 pair.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
One bottle cleans 50 pair.
As no oder'proceeds from the preparation, the'glove can
be worn iinmeilbitcly after it ia cleaned . With apiece cf
flinnel, apply a i.mall portion of the preparation very
'ightly, and the dirt win lusUn'iy disappear. It is the ar
ticle used by the Kid-move Manufacturers of France to
impart that purity of finish and softness fr which their
gloves are so justly ce'ebraled. It deans kid slippers and
white and colored kia-gioves elegantly, it is also an ex
cellent article fur the toilet anil for beautifying the com
piexion, removing tan, pimples, Ac, far exceeds in excel
lence any of the thousand and one preparation usually
old for that purpose. Ore trial, at the trining expense of
25 cent? , will convince any one that the article it all that it
is claimed to be. Try a bottle of it for 25 cents, and you
will never m ish to be without it. It can be obtained of all
Di ucgist s and dealers in Fane ' Go xla in Nashville, and at
wholesale, of the sole proprietors, CLARK A CO., 885
Pkoadwav, New York. A liberal discount t the trade.
As there is an Inferior article in the market, buyers will be
careful to see that ttie name of Clakk A Co., is upon each
bottle which they purchase. f juneii-Sui.s
TMPORTANT INFORMATION, by wh;ch n-u-h suffering
A and misery in families may be avoided, s- ntto married
men. and those contemplating marriage. Address, inclos
ing four postage ttaiups, Dr. L. F. PR0BAKT, Hox 8ofb,
New York City. Uune2t-ms.J
STYLE OF SCHOOL FL KNITLKE, manu-
ured and for sale by N JOHNSON, No. 490 Hud
son St.. New York. A large supp'y kept constantly on
band. Circulators forwarded on application as above.
of this iio;iti:ssi vi: a;i:.
TAM now offering for shIc at low figures, twenty Build
ing Lots in the eighth Ward of Nafhville, on such
terms that an y one can procure himse f a complete and
convenient home. 1 he lots front the Murfrersboro Turn
pike, on Wharf, Franklin and Maple streets, and are ad
mirablv situated lor private reshlen -e.
Claiborne's Onintbi.sses have completely revolutionized
this part of the city, which witr other improvements uo
beit.g made, such as the extension of Gas, and water In
that direction will add greatly to the value of this prop
The terms are such as will allow each pi-rchaser immedi
ately to put up his building, a the purchase money will
not be required until the 5th of January lMi'2, the interest
enly to be paid annually until that lirre. Call oon on
July U tf. A. V. 8. LIS HSLEY,
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TAM now offering for sale, on reasonable terms, the
-A- House and Lot at the corner of Broad and Delists..
lormerly owned by the late Martin Ne-. AppN to
A. V. S. L1NDSLEY,
julyfl. 83 College street.
COMFORTABLE Dwelling on Lower Market Street,
near the Square, for the balai ce of the year, contain
6 rooms, besides kitchen and seivants' room. Possession
given immediately. A portion of the Furniture will b
sold if deiired. House can be rented by a gcod tenant the
ensuing year. Apply to
june20. A. V. 8 L1NDSLEY,
FOE SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
T AM offering for sale a most des!rable resilience on Sum
A raer street, in the 7th Ward, the Ixit fronts S5 feet by
liO. 1 he House is new aod neat, contaiusb rooms, kitchen
servants' room, smoke nnune, dairy and stable. The gas
has just been carried in front of this Lot. I know it to be
a bargain. Apply to A. V. S. I.INbSLEY,
Junei'0. 83 College street.
now offered for sale at a
in i:i;r.t ii:i.i
bargain. The IxitSK
A fronts '2 feet on Woodland atreet and
170 on V
Minick. Ti e House contains four good rooms, goodXaeii
CHtern, Ac. The house is new, built of brick and ih
situation one of the best in Edgefield. Wi'l be sold low
Apply to A. V. S. LINUf LEY,
ucel8. K8 College ireet.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO purchase that va'usble STORE-HOUSE, on Market
street corner of Clmk, at present occupied by H. S.
French A Son. The Lot Irouts 4'2,V feet on .Marl et and
im on Clark street. Every one knows tha this is one of
the no t prominent Wholesale urocery and Produce
Stands in the city. It will be sold on u.ost liberal terms.
Fur further particulars call on
apr29 A. V. 8. LINDPLET.
THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY.
AND BEST JJARGAIN.
TAm now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Ppmperty, on College Hill, immediately opposite the
University, so long octucieJ by the late Dr. Trooft. The
lot fronts s:xty feel on Market Street, with the same front on
College. Ti e House is large and tommooious, and the
whole, at the price I offer ii is a iireat Bargain.
Ciaibornes' 1'iiiuibus Las practically moved College Hill
right into the Public Square, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient to business ouid da well to look at thi.
proptty. Callon A.V.fi. LINDjLLY.
Apr. 80. '57 BAD.
i on sa :.
VI OT In South Nashville on C re street, beyond the
Medical ColWge, fronting C .et, being the Lot on
which Itive.' Carpenter Shop loft ierly stood. For .ale
cheap. At ply to A. V. S. LI N IfSLK Y,
march'26 College street.
VABUABI.E LOTinStuth Nai-hville, corner of Sum
mer and Oak streets, (routing l'ii feet on Summer
street and 170 on Ouk urett. M ill te sold as a bargain.
The Gas is now being carried Bp in front of tins In.
Adplyto A. V. 8. LINUS LEY,
auarchO gab fc'l College street
Marble Monumeiits, &c.
TVX- X. Sliolton
I NFOilMH lilt friends and tbe public in gen
that he Is now pronecutiug the M iuli
in the shop on Cherr street, next
aiiiuiiiAureu 01 iae aoeii iistiiau tuj timer
it-ftn Mtrb), in the btal style of the art.
of hi wrr wtli be rraintHt.
Hioolclri g Olasaoa,
Uf E have now lo store a fine stock of , . x
Piauos, Meioleona Window Shades, tsj sLa-. I
Artists Materia!-, 4c, an I are stiil manufac. 1 Afl I
turiLg lnsi.ie BUuds aud ail kinds of Gilt Works hav.
recently added largely lo our Sloe a of
OUNAlI N I S Kill .MlUItOltS A C.
In a word we Intend to KEKP CP WITH TUl TIME",
please our customers acd tanoca them tu patroulac Boa.
n-tea.1 of sending abroad. W. 4 K. f HELM AN, .
I eo. 7. No. 12, Calirge street.
A GKEAT IIUNII ! ! !
Ci MELAINOTYPES AHEAD ! !
i I lilt-- picture are constantly receirmg the uuqall8ed
A approbation of Artiats, Auatears'.aud Lb ou'j.id gra
rallv, as caa be aliened by Uie Urne luiutxr takeo Ua ly,
by their poavfswiug sursrnor qaaiiues aver both Ui Am.
b co type aod Uagucrreoiytte.
On faciii lee ksriog teller and more eitcanive than any
other GaJtcry ia Tvoikk., we aaviua remully enlarged
aod Oiled up our tatiiai.iuecii in an eiegaot suaai net, equal
le any la Uie Nor b aud miwrior u any ta the tHMiib, wa
are aw rnabW ta ftui.lt puirea, put up in a neat case,
bcaalifu.ly c-n!ore4, tur
IIFTY CL I S A.XI ri'U'AHDS,
fur patrons wl I find every convenience and acoommo
datioa.th RECEPTION hOM being easy of acorsa, ea
the H kTFLKjit, a-Uoiamg alii:h u a rPACIy CH TolLAt
JUKlM tor tallica eaciuaivcty.
N. St. ConaLanny oa baa J the m.t extcniive an J varieel
aaauruiaent of Fancy Frame, t.a-ca, tux
So. 28, Uaioa 8t , eor. Coiltg:
Nu-ncav PbolegTbs taken at our osJWry (late Dodge 'a,
on U. .-sunt, our iLca's China Had, frvmi tutcatore ta
bie ia oa csnrui, eitiier flmu r colored) luiajrll
BOOKS AND SXATI0NEHY.
U'Alovr.elteatiefcUoao MerehaaU aa J Trader, gen
erally IstMir targe .tuck of
School Books and Stationer.
AT WHOLE ALZ AND RETAIL,
At price, which eatitwtlail to picas. Our alJC k el
. vi vi a
t Is 1m Urgw, aost we wul ed a very lo
rteue to tbuae wbo buy cell ajram.
Tsai.aa would 4ti ,U to mlaiot
Cluck. V WUI kiiaa. .issseia T'nt uuts
ai mwif actujpj. ftllSt"i
door to the i mvn una Atnenitin, where he T.
will be pleased to attend to the orders of ail f " Ol
who may want wore in hts line done. He has I .
and wiil keep on haud. a supply of i - '
MARBLE HONUSIESTS.TOSIBS, c, K J' ("oTil
RAILROADS, STAGES &
CnATvLETON AND SAVANNAH
Throntrh Tate from TVevw Vorfr antl
risiladelpliia !itihville. In con.
nerdon wills IV'ew Vork and I'hil-
ttdelphia Slcnnnnip i.inrs. to
con tin tie without nIterrtlon.
from 1 st of Jur e t 1st of
First Class, per 100 lbs 8 10
rVcond " " " 1 7S
Third 1 55
Boxes Hats, " 1 75
Furniture and Carriages boxed, and other light
goods not enumerated. Carboys of AcKil, or
other Chemicals, per 100 lbs., 8 SO
Piano Fortes, Books, Stationery. Foots, Phoes, Llqnor.
Oils, Ac, in bottles, Camph'ne and Fpirits Turpentine, in
barrels. Carpeting, China, G!a; and Gla-ware, Cigars In
esses, Clocks, Confectionaries. Cotton Cartls, Dry Goods In
boxes or baler. Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden feeds Looking Glasses and Looking Glass
Plates, (at owner's rik. Orst-r in cans and jars, fad
dlery.'lin and Brittania Ware, Teas and Spices.
SECOND CI. SS,
Hardware, except soch as specified in third cla-s. Coffee
Mills, Machinery, Foreign Liquors in barrels and pipes.
Tobacco in boxes, l eather in rolls and boxes. Oils in bar
rels and ea-W". Crockery and Queensware in crates and
casks, Kice, Whiting, P aster, Sheet Brass and Copper.
Axes, SI.oveN. Spades, Sad Irons. Zinc arrl Tin in plga.
Tin Plate, Anvils. Yice. casks of Chains s"d Hoes, Manilla
and Cotton Cor 'age, Coffee, Heavv Castings, Mill Gearing,
Carriage Springs, and Axles. Failroad w heels and Axle
Chairs and Spikes, and Rosin in barrels.
SPFt'1,11. It ATI:..
Boxes Hats, Furnifre and Carriages boxed, and other
1'cht a-ticles net enumerated : al.-n. Carhovs of Acids or
other Chemicals, wul be charged at double first claua
nave every package plainly marked with name of
consignee, dosticatirn and depot f f delivery. Attention
to this rratter prevents delay acd losses, and insure, a
Cornls shipped via Savsnnah. should I A
Agent of Central RaProad .'avsnnsh. and
ed care Agent C R. R . Savannah. Ga.
Goods shipped via Charleston should he COn.li-ned j Ik.
Agent of the South Carolina Railroad, Charle-ton and
packages marked, care Agent S. C. IS. R , Charleston.?. O.
Tne through ratts asahove cover all exm-nae- from N.
York to Nahvi!!e. .Yo commit "or. dravane. ..e ,,hn. f.lr,
chareti either at C?uirlrtn or arannai.
Shippers may rely upon uniform rates and nromot Heilv.
eries by both lines. Over charges and damages by either
line, will be adiudued by the agents of the Nashville and
In case of lest or missing goods. I will take rhtrM of n
correspondence neceary for their recoverv. and if not
found, will pay for the srae at the expiration of fill riv.
a'ter notice is given. AH tiotice of Ut aood. lt,r .WjaA.
ille or 1ations on the S,iiJiilie unit t''.in.y.,,,..
Jttxid, must be addretssfAl to II. I. AnJm,,
Merchants when In New York will receive everv inform.
tion and assistance in shipping, by arplying lo the Agent
of tl e Charleston Line, No. 195 Broadnav, and tbe Savan
nah Line, No. 13 Broadway.
CHA'Sl. W. ANDERSON,
my?9 tf. (ien. Agent.
I.I.LHS t ltO.U
New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Baltimore.
ETF.RCHANT8 who may ship by the above versels are
vA informed that by consiirnine their irooils to the hfhu
of the South Carolina Railroad, Charleston, or agents of
Central Railroad, Savannah, thevwill he forwarded flee of
commissions, (draysge and wharfage only charged,) and be
sent through at the following rates :
from Charleston or Ssvannah to Nashville
tirstcia", per 100 lbs 1 S5
Se-ond Class j 00
Third Class h)
Special rates for light goods, per 100 lbs ..".'.".".'. 1 70
Kill si owinc amount paid vessels and amount chared
for dray age and wharfage, will be mailed to consignees.
tllAS. W. ANDERSON,
may2!Mf. Oen'l Asent.
kew iioi ti: to m r.ii'iiis.
FARE ONLY $12.
time Tiiuor;n 5 hours.
TRAINS run throuuh from Stevenson to Memphis and
make close connection aith 1 rains on the Nashvill
and Chattanooga Railroad at Stevenson. Through ticket,
from Nashville to Memphis (old for f 19. Time through 23
TWO STAG IN IS.
Passengers should leave Nashville on the 5 o'clock P. M.
Train, which arrives st Stevenson at '2:1ft A. M.. and con
nects with Train, fur Mi mphis. No delay except In chang
ing cars. C. L. ANDERSON,
aprS Ticket Aneut.
TENNESSEE & ALABAMA RAILROAD
and after Wednesday, Aiiril 1st. 1S57. Trains will
run as follows:
MAIL A PAKE!aKB.
Leave Nashville 6.00 a.m.
Arrive at Thompson 7 55 a. in.
8 45 p.m.
Leave Thompson S.R0 a. m. 6.00
ArYiveat Nathville 10.13 a.m. 7.83
Passengers from Nashville by the Morning train, break
fast at Franklin.
Stapes connect with the Trains at Thompson's.
Through Tickets for Memphis, Waynesboro', Jackson,
Tusoumbia, Florence, Pulaski and Columbia, cn be pro
cured at the General Stage Office, under the Verandah
Hotel. Nashville. W. O'N. PERKINS,
march21 tf Superintendent.
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
s-- k -J V " i - iJT.
ARRIVAL AND DEPAKTl'RK OF PASSENGER TRAIN.
Ieaves Nashville every morning at 7:45.
" " evening at 6.
Chattanooga morning at :Wt. s
" " evening at 1:25.
Arrive, at Chattanooga every evening at 5:80.
" ' morning at 5;:'0.
" at Nashville " evening at 4."20.
" at " ' morning at :45.
The Day-Tra'ns meet at Tullahoma and both conneel
with the train for Manchester and McMinnville. Passen
gers for Berrsht ba Spring, and other points on and near
the McMinnville Railroad should take the Day-Train, aa
the connection by it at Tullahoma Is direct.
inarch24 H. I. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
MEMPU AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
FIM1E "ADAMS" EXPRESS COMPANY" have made ar
A rangements with the ahove Railroad for a Daily Express
Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight,
Packages, Ac, by Passenger Train, to Huntsville, Decatur,
Tuscumbia, and intermediate stations on the M. A C. and M.
A C. Railroads. Small Parkag at reduced rates.
Messengers leave Nashville daily at T o'clock, A. at.
le" Freights to be forwarded by Express will be called
or without extra charge. aolO-tf A. K. HOLT, Agent.
From Cliarl'ston to lw York,
jgjg $05. S
I'.MTril fsTATKS 1TIAII. MM!.
NEW Y0RX AND CHARLESTON STEAH
PACKI.T8 Through in 48 lo 63 Hoars.
S E it I - W E E EL F,
THINEW STEAM SHIP COLUMBIA, 16000 tons, M. Berry,
NASHVILLE, 1500 ton T. D. Ewn.
JAMES ADOF.K, 1,500 tons . C.Turner,
MARION, I.NRitons W.J. Foster,
SOUTHERNER, I.OvO ton I. M. MPHRAV
LEAVKfi Adder's M hsrves every WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY f,e arrival of the cars from tha
South and W est. Tatdes st-ppl'.e I with every luxury.
Attentive and courteous commanders will insure traveler,
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin Passage 25
HENRY MUSROON A CO, Aifents,
May 86. CbarlcisToi , 8. C.
Cabin Parage to JVew York.
Weekly United States Hail Line.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL 8TEAM-
AI'I.I ST A, l,.0to!is Capt.M.8. Wookbvlu
I I.Of t I ISA, l.fuirl ton. Capt. Isaac Cauwaix.
A A. A II A .VI A, I.Sihi tons Curt. G. K. bcnsca
E V E R Y S A T U ii DA T .
Thee .hips are among the largest on the coast, unsur.
passes! In apee-l, safety or comloi t making their pasaagra
in bo to 6t) hours, and are commanded by skillful. careAil and
polite officers. Having elegantstate-rooiuacconimodatiou.
they .Her a most desirable conveyance lo New York.
Cabit.iaaaag U New 1 ork.
eieeragcpaaaagv u stt inrs
PAUl.LFuRU, FAV A C ., Savannah,
SAM'L L. MirCUlLi, 18 Broadway.
scai.a: or i'iiici:
PHISCIPAL TOILET ARTICLES
7 Vlluteu Ntre I ten
SIX K0NTH3 PRICES.
BoeiB. nvraia Flcid, 25c, frlc, T5c, t IfiO ei! s ,
Boetj' Vat-raw lUiH lua!,"(l!quldj 80., II, lc
Boou't HJiviroadCiuL or Cttbbbli, retail0e.,.iei
A tor C wri I . .J.roo. tXe above prUt
On rder. amoaaling to I IS or over, at ana time, a diacoont
ef5 percent wiU be mad. ... .
Oa orderVamoaoung ta I ' r erer.at en Urae, a diaooont
cl lil percent WlU bst wad. ....
Oa ard.r. amcanUo ta t .3 or rar. at on time., a diaooaat
of 1 per ewot will be ade.
Oa awdera aBiouatlnt u 140 or ovar, at on. time, a dlseoant
of x3 pr wad.
Oa arder. amoaaung to t arer.at one Urn, a diswunl
X jo percent will b made.
fh are the lowest terms, asd from ahica no variatioB
aaa b anad la any eaae.
rriewa of ot-ber ar tie lea vaay be had OB spsdWatioo.
ioewo. Ag 5vh. lsJ. WILUAM B'Ll.
sUsrr to tiaos Gaaia. Nash villo. Tenn, a Bug ly
LATL l AIIKALi:.
I AM daily axpeatiut
eai ta 3S4 arwaia.
tar, y cl lau Cabbaea
b. a. rrrxLtA, x.