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FJOEL U CO.
Vh.le.a1e Grocer. nd Dealer. In
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRING STREET, '
10" hhds fair to choice Eusar, 25 bbls Loaf Barr'
10 do eiKiueu uv r
iO bxt Havana
75 bags Laguyra Coffee;
0O bags Rto CoTe;
100 Dags Java cocee;
100 bbls Pike's Whiskey; 75 bbls America Brandy;
8o do Dean's do lo do Mn'aga Wine;
450 do Welshlre do 15 Ho Gin;
1M b-ixes suner old B-andy; M do Walker', super Ale;
75 bbls A V hM) Cherry do 50 boxes St. John's Claret
15 do superior Port Wine; Wine
7 do Smith's Res. W'kv; 73 baskets Oha-noa-rn Wine,
f: d- pure Rye do assorted bran 1;
SO do Monongahela do 80 boxes Champagne Cider
V1 do Fine Brandies;
Sjboxei E. 8. Powell'. To- 2)1 btw Jack PiDiUS To
90 boxes Sauthern Belle To- 80 bxi Go-rimerc Tobacco;
bacoo; 15 bts Industry Tabaeco.
J 0,000 Napoleon ClTars; ' 7,000 Jenny Lind Cigars;
6,000 Josephine Cigar.; 3,00J Brands, assorted.
1.O00 .o' fine coarse 3alt; 8 1 das Bel Oordr
100 bbU Molasses ""8r "atiraock.
60 kegs Golden 8vrnt; f0 dos. Coe TW openi
75 bases Lemon yrup; 60 dos. Whisk Broom, and
10bxs PratdvCherrle". Hesrth Braflsr,
B0 ot Urtirt Soap; Te !
0 Veirs ioda- N r Oysters;
500 Demijohn.. aorted; to bw Phot;
50 package fine Teas; 'W ke?s W hite
J v. doi. p.in ed Bucveti; 10 caies Preserve! Krafts;
60 doi. Cedar Buckets,
We will also parcha.se at tho highest market prices the
following articles of country produce: sr...
Pea Nat Lard, Cotton Yarns,
Feathers, Tallow loir,
Beeswax. While Beans, Meal,
oSTn"; Peas rl'
Wheat. Butter, Apple Brandy,
R Rl,, Pinkroot,
flit. Tar OopMSM,
Cor;. Hay. OrCh,rd Grass Seed
Milvt Peed. Hemn, JJM f.'raM
Dried Peaches, Bag','ing, 7,
Pried Apples, Hope, Herds Orart t
Wool, Plow Lines, Hemp,
Bacon, Bel Cords, Onions,
Potatoes, c , Ac,
Country dealers and farmers bavin anv of the aoove ror
sale, will do well to call on us when they visit the city.
1, C. CARTxa.
nux. o. h'kat.
CANTER, M 'KAY & CO.,
(Successors to Davis, Pllcher A Go.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION "WHOLESALE GRO
CERS RECEIVING AND FOB WARDING.
asd teai brS tm
JPISE BKANDIE?, WINES AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
No. 73, Public Square,
6 casks Colled Vineyard Proprietors Brandy;
8 casks Sherry Wine;
8 casks Msderia Wine. ,
. Te.e Li.mor. were bought of the "'V0"".
O. J. Boker.Ne York. A No io store 'lb bbl. Old Rye
Whisk-; 25bbli Old Bourbon Whiiky.aud a good assortment
ot eld liquors and Chinpane. . ,
We invite the trade to give "mok7 CO."
, Stock. ' 73 Public Bouare.
Smith's Bitter East India Ale.
JUST received per steamer Hastings, on consignment
6 hhds Smith's Bitter Ale.
ft bhls do do do
10 K-bbls do do eo
This A'.e Is equal to Alsopp's or anv l' ""X
,nne13. CARTER, MeKAY A CO
t r f BBT.S Smith's Stock Ale.
I UL25 V bbla do d do
25 cn-ks Muier A Poo's Pale Ae, pints, (In Japs.)
83 casks Barclay, Perkins A Co.'s Brown Stout.
150 cises Champagne Cidsr.
jnnel3. CARTKR, McK AY A CO.
i iuisii i'i:aciu:s in caxs.
JTST received, per tteamer D. A. Clven, on conslirn-
BIXST HABT, JR. W. M1CBS, JB. JOU B1BT.
HART. MACRAE &, CO.,
WH0LE3ALE OROCER3. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WTNES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS, &C,
Nos. 7 ami 9 South Market Street,
OlVVriCN WiXTKH for 8 boxes containing
Pino,'c,markeI Mrs. Ellis Hampton. Nashvtlle: for
15 V l''P' S Brandv- marked G., Nashville; for 7 bales Dry
QI'iAI. 1 hhds comnirn, lair, prime and choice
O Louisiana Suuar;
JOO bbls crushed Sugar;
lift bhls loaf :-usrr;
50 bols clarlflea i-ucar;
60 boxes white Havana Pu&r. Tn store and fo
f aie by "iayiii W. 11. GOIX'N A CO.
Srl(. CANII,I'.S Ac 100 whole boxes Werk
A Co.'s r'tur Cand'es;
Si)0 H boxes Werk Co.'. Star Candles;
811' V-boxes do do do;.
20 hoses Madison Biarch;
IOC box;- Fox's do;
1 000 boxes Preacott A Co 's No. 1 and er.tr Soap. In
tor ani for sale by lmay'211 W.JLGORINjCO.
yjyrillSK Vs AC l.OOO bbls Juliua H. Smith's Whls-
61 1 bbl Chenowlth'r Whisky;
600 bbla Old Bom bon and ttve Whisky;
iCiO boxes line Bi audits, 1 dosen each. In stcre ana
tor sale by tULl YL: Jil-H'tnQt CO--
OSNAIII'UUS A: SHKIiXINtlS. 100 bales T-8
and 4-4 Osnaburrs;
10 bales 21 inch Bagging
10 bale 7 S Driilin;
R0 baie-8iartA, l.aur Hill, and Samner 8heetihs;
1.000 baits Cotton Yarns, all number. In store and for
alebv W. H.GORD )S A CO..
mayil Agents ror leniicswrc hiiuku'.uivi
NA11.S. 2,000 ki'gs Shoenberger's Nails, all sisej;
1iK) keg Klour Barrel Nails
100 VrM Kinixhing do;
100 kee Fencing do;
10 keits 4, 5, and 6 in Spikes. In store and for sale
ftr miy2l W. H. GORl)'N A CO.
CALLS 1 M'ALICSI! SrALIISi! ! A Till
t 'ck rf FMrbank's celrbruted Scales Dormant, Plat
fcrm, Grmer.-, t'ouuter and Beams. Ao Hay and Coal
llcs. In store, for SiUe at Factory prices, by
W. 11. GORDON A CO.
r. . Sole Agents fcr Middle Tsnnesiee.
13. LANIER & CO.
r. (Successors to Hart A Uolllsgsworth,)
Ita. 5 market Street IVasliv ille,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liquors.
IV A, F.UILLIOD,
7iri:cTioi:i xm ukalehs i.t
kVTSX FRUITS, NUTS. .
Fine Lienors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
Xo.1T MarlielMrrrl, 2diloor from Uroad
WE would respectfully Inform the citizens of Nashvil'e
and the trail in thu and the adjoining oouuties. that
we Late recently fitted up oar establishment for the pur
pose ol doing a Wholesale an t Retail b innes, and would
.espectfJl'y a-k a share of public )lruno.
jV Order's for Candies, Fruits and other article. In
tr line alleuded to with promptness and dispatch.
,rch4 P. A r. HH.L1QD.
. c. tunc. - aso. . ataajw
QUICK & Mi: AD,
C ommiision and Forwarding Jlercianti,
WHOLESALE AND RICIaIL
Jlour aid Feed Store,
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLtK STRkK"
No. 11 BouiU Oollr.. st.
Soatliwcjstcrn Seed raid Agricultural
15 MAIS 8T:iEi.T, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCZTi
OCR Stock of tieeds is now complete, ooaauUug io
8,d0 bushels Kentucky Bine Crass Srtd;
' S.00O " OreUikrd do do;
t0 l!ej Top or Herds lira Sied;
000 " Timothy do;
NiO Ciuvcr oj
6 Case Orang. Ho;
tuO 44 kliiitl do;
Ciil lirinp Mo;
60 Canary . ' ' do.
, 00 . . " Toy Unlana. . '
GARDEN SEEDS I GARDES 8EED3!
W. are prepared to furnish fMti and genuine Card, s
Be-ods, of the growth of by the pound, siogie p-r, e i
In boxes roulaiQJD 100or'iAI pafers. A liberal diacount
Bade to dealers. Orders respurUjllv solicited.
jauiW ;MTh.lM tiaOTHECS.
MANrFACTCRER OP -
Coach and-Wu'tSuu Harness,
"Ed. 11 DEALERICS STSm, HASaVILLE,
, - TEXSESSZE,
HA VINO withdraws (rots the arts ef Qowerton A Wilkla.
sou, has located at lha ators piao, hrs be wuj be
flad to tee ail U'.i old friend, and others la want of acy Ualsg
a the way of busUess. fccjwuuuj Jcue at U.. shortest a.
a. J snip I y
. ; Get the:Best.
l Urn lisuuiiio Ambrot y p the Prstmlom plw
"r-1s beyoi d coitpwsl t". b stU itt Uiaui
jet lutrduted aud stnJ witW-tl a nsai
limacatittot rhatjffe Cemt
Ll. l.t auuut lade lUem.
bust cs ott.r ra'--u u.e a.
' ' Itanttanaot torro.i them. "
Made adhere, ofon, by LAttvOrfKK. 4-i CJlBkefU.''ani
pat nn tntli.-v.psirleat k.uru incr. ori.,.ua
g sV Sla te at no other rojta iu Jbill.
JCf reO-tWsi ioteffrh Uro.uh.a4 i.l Put Iulca
CM i?e Claalgtttea. l
WHITS V HKAT FLOCK, L'nboittd Flour, Buck Wh.at
Fljiir, BocouJs, BhorU, lrn, Corn Meal. Kym Meal,
3iii, (oru, and ii)) Uoininy. la store and fur sale. H I I
bs delivered to any part o( th city fri ofcharga.
IJLICK A MEAD,
FIRE INSURANCE CO
C a p i t a 1 $ 1 5 O , O O O ! !
OFFICE North-West corner of the Public Square, ovef
Dyer Pearl. Exchange Office. They will take risison
Dwellings and other Houses, Goods In Store, against Los. or
Damage by Pire. Also, Marine and River hasaxds.fr on
and to all port..
Also Xegroes against tfc Dangers of tie RiTer.
JOHN M. HILL.
G. M. FOGG,
P. A. OWEN,
N. E. ALLOWAT,
S. H. GARDNER,
W. 8. EAKIN.
JOSEPH VATJLX, lret.
BUTLER, Secretary. oe4 t
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY beiDirfullvorsranized.ac-ordinetoehar
ter, I. prepared to write Policies against LOPS or DAM
AGE BY FIEE.on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise
irenerally. Also, on shipments apaln.t loss or damaee by
8eas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Nerro Policies granted at Currentratei.
Omce, No. 50 College street, East side, between Union st
and Public Square.
ANTHONY W. VANLEEK,
HENRY HART, J
TS08. W. EVANS,
W. T. BERRY,
JOHN H. EWIN,
R. C. McNAIRY,
ALEXANDER PALL. President.
Jamss Walkr, Secretary. my8
NASHVILLE INSURANCE OFFICE.
iETXA INSURANCE COMPANY,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, tl,300,000.
HARTFOUD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS. t235,0OO.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL, l,250,00O-PAID UP AND ASSETS, JE23.C00
2Tew York Life Insurance Company.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL $1,100,000.
Plre, Marine, Inland Hull and Life risks taken on equitable
terms. JWrPH NASH.
No. 25 College street, opposite the Sewanee House.
NashvMle, Jan. 221, 1c."7.
T HAVE closed up my Stable on Market street, not for
JL the purpose of gomg to 1 exas, but to attend to mv
new Stable, corner of Church and Front streets, where I
have removed our Hock, and will be plea' ed to receive the
patronage of my o'd customer, and the ruling pnhi cren-
erallv. IjmjH ti. W. rUMREK.
P. 8. I wish to hire a ftood carriage drivet. For a good
one, a good price will be fdvacced monthly, for ore or
two years. July J. no U. V bUMNER.
7& LIVERY STABLE. gSL
t UM. T WRIGHT A CO. would repeetfully inform th
vv citizens ot Nashville and the public generally, tha
they have purrhased the e i-known Hvery Ftab;e and at
the stock and nxtnres, rorTerlv occupied by Wm. J. Phil
lips, on Slarket Mreet.lust below the eqnare.
We are prepared to board horses, by the day or week, In
We have flrst-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 'arje number of fino Saddie-Horses and fine
Boyjjies to hire at all times.
The fact is, we do not intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come alonr and see for
yourselves. WM. T. WIUGHT A CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
jrfesfr CHURCH STREET, NASHVILLE.
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOR.
TP yoa wish to hire a fine HACK, a One HORSE or BUG-
1 GY, a Bne SADDLE-HORSE, a FCRNITCRE CAB.
B AG i i A" E-WAG ON, or anythinf? In the LIVEKY-Si ABLE
LINE, call at the above establishment and you can be ac
commodated. Horses boarded on reasonable terms, and the best 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 cu.-tom,
N. B. 1 have always on hand Horses to sell.
Jan.3f l M. S. COMBS.
a. LAWKKNCK. J. CBAM.
i.0N DEAEERICK BETWEEN SUMMER AND
REMEMBER the new two gtorv Stable, new Buggies,
fine llor.et. in fact, here is ms plce to get an A No.
ALWAYS ON HAND,
The best of Horse-feed, Hostlers, and every thing In the
Paid to boarding transient and horses on sale.
We have (rood Cnrrlane room. Come one, come all, and
we vuaranti-e satisfaction.
All we a-ik is a share of the public patronage, which w
are determined to mgrix.
march"0 LAWRENCE A CO.
WHOLESALE OROCKR, PRODUCE DEALER,
C O JI .UIVMO.H if 1 1 : 1( C 1 1 A K X.
i.lD 1IKALXK ia
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
IR ON CA S TING S, ifa. ,
CORKER OT FRONT AND BROAD STREETS,
HAVING purchased the stock and taken the Stand o
Church Anderson, the undersigned 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.
filHe will buy all kinds vt country produce, nsoall
brouKht to thi. market. IjyU R. L. WEAKLEY.
d. w. Russell,
XTTTV A CrTTTJT?rC iwn STPJM TOAT lOTWT
MANUFACTURERS' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
OFFICE AND STORAGE AT
21 . L . W i: A K L E Y ' .S ,
Corner of Broad and Front Sts., Nashville, Tenn
DraneA Hale, Cincinnati; GratT, Bennett A Co. THUburg
Crane, Breed A Co., do; C ihmren A Co., lo;
S. M. Barrett. do: P-i.ilh. Guthrie A Co., La:
U. G. McComas, do; Hoosrinan Hmith, St Louis;
And Merchants of Nashville generally.
tW Orders handed me for Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Louis
ville or ft. Louis manufactured articic will be piomptlj
gAiag iS HO Tat
CIIARLKS f. rih;uint,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
O r i a m e n I a 1 alnl e r ,
No. 52 College Street, up stairs, opposite Sewanee
Honse, Nashville, Tenn.
SMITH, LOVE & CO
Xo. r8 Phuket Street, ZVaslirille
It. T. FI.11311NC1,
O IX V M liXr V A 1 a 1 A 1 XT .
62 Union it. NASHVILLE,
Between Cherry and Summer street.
X.V Order, from the Country promptly attended to. a 1
TO THE CLOTHES WEAlilXQ PVDLIC;
Rovse & Elverson,
Dealers in Heeds -Marie Clotlting
AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
lo.20 im uLirsui Aiti:.
AVK iul recvived their largs and varied ortn.ot
SPRING AND tJUMMEII GOODS
eoniliog of Try variety of fabric ued in the B ost
t&ahloniie circle such iCthmcmi, L'r.p I'r.ie, A'pacai,
Linens and Marxiilo,of every shads aud artetj,aud all
of ll.e'U cut an I male etf-ely ror thismartet.
Their stock of Gentlemen'. Furnishing Goods i. now com
plete, and io pout of richness, variety aad cheapness ha.
oiily to be .tanuued, to be admired.
In ad.liiioa to the above, they has.a lT and varied
tuck ot Clo-.hs, Casaimerets, Vc.liur, and lnwadngs. Just
rrorived frwn the In, porters sh'hlhry willSjaW. to orders,
in si It. to suit the tastes of Uie muJt 1 AJiidmus. apri.
(ouil Xews for the l.oys!
Rovso & Elverson;
nAVKJUT htClVKD, an.wand wIl aclected as.
eort utat of Boy's aud Childrwo'. C'toUung auitabie fot
tii'MuK and .'iirniu.r wear, alsoa choure lot of JJ.j' slnru,
mini, a.td colufed, wUioh they wU syil at th scry l -iu
eh price. aprttd.
CUFTOlt & ABBOTT
WOULD respectfully c!t the aUcuUcn ct their friend,
and tt public gyoera.y to their present stock of
Sarins ami Summer Uoods,
eonsuitUig of ilea", an J Boy.' Clothing bt ail style and
1 urnishiii? Goods
ta the greatest tn.l, ataon,f which are British Haif-Hasa;
a suiMor .iki., i.w'n sa tutioa tu tio; Mcriuo
ti uil Hi; f"t-ji"u, b Jotavia, Luuuiu, and a r rsi
r'.riy f oLhsr Nwx lies, a ry r-ti awortmcot ol tiaia
ak i".a Crst, Ci:, Kid, 14.!. lt.rc4 taJ ol'.cr t.i
Mti.i't atid sl,ji M.iri; Cj..t, Utih
Uw aud whii; ii lrawrs u-4 tua-t., Mciiuu, Lus
Thr.4 i.d Jraa eh:ru and ix?r. lr.M aesl.a
tsi ;t-K J. 0 wUu.ti tva o-ia.9u. M ausu., i .i ra
Cai4. fl it
KICII SILK. ROBES
with three Volants.
KICII SILK ROBES,
with two Volants.
Robes a la Disposition;
RICH LACE GOODS;
BLACK LACE MANTLES;
illnttinsrs I filnttiittrs '. I
illaminoth Stock of
BARGAINS! BARQAUIS! BARGAINS!
tiio.iipso?; & coM
A'f. f,J, COLLKQE STHZZT,
THE partnership heretofore eri-ting between the under
signed was this day dissolved bv rmiron consent.
JsMKd KERN AN,
THOS. B. RAINS.
THE ttcdersiirned bavin retired from the Drug and
Chemical business, respectfully tenders his thanks to
the citizens of Nashville, and the public generally, or the
verv liberal support bestowed upon the late firm of Keman
A Rains, and cheerfully recommend, the member, of the
new Arm to the public as gentlemen worthv of their confi
dence and patronage. JAMES KERNAN,
T. B. aaixs.
jo. sr. acnr, at. p.
- EAINS & BROWN,
HAVING nnrchased theentire interest of James Kernan
In the lute firm of Kernan A Rains will assume all
liabilities and receive all areonnU due said firm. They
will continue the Drue and Medical Bu3lnes. at the well
known stand. No. 19 Pub'ic Square, where wholesale and
retail dea'ers are respectfnily invitel to cal' and Inspect
the'r extensive gtoek of DtJgs, Medicines, Paints, Oils,
DyestnS?, Instrnments, Extracts, French and F.nelisa
Chemical , Perfumery, Fancy Artic'es. t-nnff. Tobacco, Ac,
Ac, all of which will be told at reduced prices.
RAINS A BROWN, '
No. 1 South side Public Square.
Nashville, June 24tb,1S5T.
J. J. BEECH,
STTfTfTSSfm Tfl -REECS. BAKES & O .
No. 20 College Street, Sewanee Building,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BEATER IN
' r . . . . T I . Mi Vnrananli..
J ' r 11 L . aieu ernes, r ai .1 .o. . ... . ........... .
Pnttw. Glas. (Glassware. Dve Stuffs. Perfnweries, V-
Fancv A rtiele. Pnnnnrters. Trusses. Brushes. Ciirars, Seed.,
Fishing Tackles.Inetruments, Teeth, Medical Saddle Bags,
Medicine Chests, Game Btgs, c.
A F,SCY FOIl FITCff TS It HACKS and
il Family Medicines, and .1' the popular Paten edl
cinesof the day. aprillC J. J. BEECH.
nALVaIf! MAT1VFS, for the cure of
" T Rheumatics and Nervous diseases. Al"o, Galvanic
Machines, for the cure of Rheumatism, Paralysis, Gen-ral
Nervous Debility, Ac. apnllO J. J. I'.bEt-it.
TAirVI1VGS iustlv celebrated BODY SITPPORTFR
I J or BRACE, lone and familiarly known as the Best Brace,
and admirably adapted to the physical wants of delicate
females abided with general debilitv, curvatnre ol tne
spine, fnlltnr of the womb, loss or appetite, ntspepsia e.
For sale by aprillO , J. J. BEECH.
TI'ST It rcr.IVED.-l cask Potah and 1 ease In
tl csns assorted sixes, very convenient for Soap making,
april 10 J. J. BEECH-
f I'STAKD in boxes assorted sixes and in hulk. A
11 verv superior artie'e of Whe.atlev's 1 ondon Mustard,
Rice. Floor, Geletine Stsrch, Tart. Acid, Super Carb. So
da, Cream Tartar, Pepper, Spice, Cinnamon. Cloves,
Mace, Nutmegs, Fine Teas, Chocolate, Salad Oil, Ac.
april 10 J. J. BEECH.
JO. G. BROVN,
43 College Street, N shyille, TENN.,
DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DTE STTJPFS,
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES, "WlNDOW
GIA8S. GLASSWARE, PERFU
MERY, FTTTE SOAPS, HAIR
AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
And nil the roptdar Patent SMMne of the day.
TN Fancv Oool, the stock, as usual. i very complete,
havinsr recently received larre additions, consisting
psrtlv of Lnbins, and Basin's Extracts: French, American
and Rermsn Ooloene; Delluc's Jind Lnb'n's Sachets; Hair
Brn.he.; Meta', China and Paper. Puff Boxes; Shell, Fino,
and Dressing Combs, Ac.
srrrs snrnsn smssTH
1 On BTTSHFLS Kenf,ueVy Blue Grass, stripped;
l tu sn do rfo do
1M) do Herd" Gras;T
10 barrels pnre Timothy.
4 T, S O
L ANDRE TITS GARDEN SEEDS.-A generol as-
gotmp.f, wwr-nniM fresh.
CABBAGE SUED, 11 lbs. large Drum-had Cabbage:
10 It", "at tneS fnt.h.e.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS. Two yetrs old, grown by Mr.
STR iTIRY PLANTS. Very fine varieties from
TrVS.VTnT PROLIFIC CORT Which vields from 1 6
to 2. Hirrels to theaote. At J JO. O. WOWN'S,
febU "4S College Street
A It TIVT'S COLORS in tubes of everv dec"P.
' a tion, at
JO. G. BROWN'S.
o-vcitr.sis -vs r.-iimi" WVF.ItS
' 'always on hand, which I receive 'irect from the Sorinis.
fehIT JO. f-. RHOWt.
701i TIM-; II lit. Mrs. Allen's Restorer;
V Woo l" Re--o-er:
tebl. .TO. n. TtWOW..
I OfMIIV P'HtT K It , A very SnoeHnr article
l-J made by Barclay, Perkins A Co , In pints and qnarts.
feh17 3- G. BROWTN.
POT MVKU Olli. 5 gross Just reoeived, Fre
nsreit h K.ilL'.man. Cl&rlr A Co.
feMT JO. G. BROWN.
IOOvr.i:ilAL WHISKY.- A very sup e-
nor article, guaranteed to be pure.
JO. O. BROWN.
1)1.1 K I.H'K WAVF.lt. In ha'f barrels and in
I pint bottles, lor ctile at Louisville prices
feblT JO. G. BROWN.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
T8 receivins a general assortment of fr and Gerntin
iihi ijs ai !ni:niciM:s
Warranted as pure as anv sold In this city, or any other.
fact it. is only necessary to say none but the beat Medicine
Pure Chemicals various brands,
Presh Line Juice,
" Cod Liver Oil,
Breast Purrps a new and convenient article.
Pyringes some new kinds.
Fancy Articles some of the most beautiful kinds,
100 os. Pure suluh. Quinine, bought for cash a&d will b
.old very low.
Tea various kinds also a lot of Canton Tea, so much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted Stock of Perfumery.
Wines, Brandies, CIn, Ac, for Medical nses.
For sale by G. W. HENBFR8H0TT,
apl2 Cor. Cedar at. and Square, Nashville.
A. H. R0SC0E,
WHw.rsn.a in KTn. Mtun ia
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS,'
PERFUMERY. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHE3, WHITE LEAD &C,
Corner of ISroad and Market St
n isn villi;, ti:ivi.
T HAVE eoiistantlvonhand, alarge and well selected stock
1- o-lthe shove articles, tocether with a large asortment of
Fancy articles all of cblch Is offered for sale on the most
Alum, 2,1X10 pounds; , .
Arrow Kjot. loo pounds, Bermnda and Florida;
Brimstone, MO pounds, reOned, . ... . "
Castor oil, iNiKH.:t'ias;
Copperas, 20 birr!s. Prime GreenJ
Cream Tartar, ft harrel.;
Gunl Camtihor. 100 pounds:
' Indig, 5tK) pounds. Fine to CommonJ
manner, i,im iooo(h, nrst qnallty;
Super Carb. 8o.ia, 4.000 pounds Prima;
Flour Sulphur, N0 pound.
All of which iaoQcred at the lowest prices.
UnW . A.H. RArVW.
STEWART & 0WE1T,
?r, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
SO. 14 BAKKET STREET,
ITAVINO returned to ourotd stand, from which wa were
1 1 driven by fire, we are now prepared to attend to all our
eld easterners and as many new ones as will favor ns with a
call. Our house has been rebuilt upon an improved plan, af
fording us extended facilit'ea. Our
Is now capacious and tiwtiiive.aad adequate u rery emer
Are large, and especially adapted to our purpose. We have
in store, and are coastantly reoetvlng, air pie supplies of
Stoves, Ware. nn.il Grates.
Plain and Knsroe cd Masbleielo laus Mjsnas and Gsasaa
HTTt j.; and tn short, .very thing usually kept io similar
l.i' . :i.e II LS.
Our assortment of? toves challenges eomnelit kin -compris
ing erery siyle and variety, behave the
"WroTifflit Iron Cookinc: Stoy.
Among others an article whlrh is In greatdetsand.
H manu'ketur. for the trade and tur retail, and toorder.
all kind of Tin anddhaet iron W are, and kecpconstanliy on
hand a large assortment.
H e tuvite It attention of all to or establishment, oledg-
I a$ ourselves la fir enure satisfaction.
citnAs" A OWEN,
march 90 No. 14 Market st.
Alt'CLUKC. DUCK & CO.,
Tin Plato and Sheet Iron "Workers,
tNO. 13 MAKKT STREET,
HAVE alwavs on haed Tib Plat., gheet Iron, Tinned
Copper Kivets, Castings, Parlor and Chamber Urates.
Mores, Tin War and aeon.p,ete assortment of axticl. asit-
ally kept in our hue
Country slerohant. are rjnesl4 to call and evamln.
oar riuwS bior purchasing auewbere, as wear, prepared
to t!l their their bid upon as iooi ure. as any house out
L'eT receir.J, a lot of Superior Floor Scaies. AUo.Pis.t
' form and Counter cje. jaa-'J MeO. B. A CO.
VF1NK lot of Castings of ail patUrai on hand at
Jatii McC H A Ca.
Uy tt are now making Wrought Iron fi-ovr U:tU bcr
tar than any boos ta tie L'oiisd stales.
JicSJ McO. B. A CO.
IlGOlrlN."?, Guttering and a I kiad.ef Tin, Sheet Iroa,
V and Copper Work doae ia the Oiosl workman-iis.
Kantier, and at l&e shortest ao;icw by
Ja-i McC. B. A CO.
IkX O "V J. Xa
rpUiC subscriber take, this rsethod ef InfenUug his old
X customer ud f needs and t.', puWic f enerauy, that
e.hs. rex:oed hi Hardware :oe lra ih eld .band on
liarliet (trset, la No. t-t, ia the Urye brtek buUJio;:, iaUiy
erected oa U. touin aide ! ilroswl s'reet, nb be kset
aonstaht'y on haad and makes to order th Varttxi aritc..
mSraeed In his l!Bof btuuneea. if in",r ejwl st
teotioa to I n Urge ascrttut of CATlNvr, iivLLO'A
1 Atte, fcRAj.., c , sura as W and Ctal Gratci, Wg.
en Hoi,l'ii AiuUs, ;raw-CvJtfers, t'cm-fxe ier, Cott
Cru.'iers, sii'l-Ciushcrs, i-aiewoy Mark sad l.-a rcsoisi,
C"c3-Wi.is, T. ji',;:t, l ri Kttt.'c. t.-lroat, Catd.
a..s, an J a ai-i.tsi cjala w itilaJf if :at
j.tia tf a i..- .i i v as !. ..
BAt C. 1 fcfcilen-.fn. li- , . .... I JitAi.4
I nse Kr weii ease4 tiai, al. i. i. Uv i.tV,
as Oj -.
rirST IN RTOHF.-Several tierces superfine
Brandies: Old Port and Medeira Wines, put up in bottles
orbv the gallon, which is pronounced to be Ne Plus Kxtra.
april 10 J. J. BEEPn.
CINCINNA TI DIS TILLER Y.
S. 1ST. PIKE'S J
CAUTIOS TO PARTIES PURCHASING
S. IV. PIKE'S
rPHK UNDERSIGN F.n, manufacturer and sMei
A. proprietor of the above brand or WillaKY,
would respectiully inform his customers and pur
chasers of this celebratedbraod, thatthere has appeared
the Charleston and other Southern markets a counterfe .
of ti e above Whi-ky. being a poisonous imitation, brand,
similar to his brand; it passes uniier the name of 8. N.Diki '
Magnolia W hisky, Cincinnati, Ohio, and ether cames sirt i
lar to S. N. Pike. As there Is no party in this city of t
name of 8. N. Dike, it is intended to Impose and deceit
those who would purchase the genuine brand. I make ti
statement to put parties on their guard, as there are sevei
persons in the east and west making an imitation, ai
nsinsr my name with a slight a'teration. I have analy
several samples of this counterfct brand, and found thai
contain, a deadly poison; tliis fact alone impels me toca
tion the publ.c, protect thos- who are liable to be iecivr
and prevent the evil results attending the use of tb
poisonous imitation. I lso hereby caution the counte
feitersofmy brand that I will prosecute them to the fc
extent of the law. The genuine . N. Pike's Magnol:
Whisky Is diftil ed from the be.-t quantities of Rye ar
Corn, and is warranted free from any deleterious or obnos
ious cempouni,it being a pure and healthy beverage.
Mmy parties have recently commence I making a brar
of Whisky CALLED Magnolia, but they are an immitatir
of my trade brand, so be careful ard get the only genuii
Magnolia Whisky made ia the United Mates, and distiilt i
onlybyme. SAM'L N. PIKE,
. apr20 ly No. 13 and 20 Sycamore-st.
Cheap Casli Store.
C0RNEB OF WALNUT AND FRONT STREETS,
Wood and Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
Kooliiig Material, &c.
00 pkgs eov'd Backets;
850 dozen Bail Boxes;
2U0 nests Tubs, painted;
S75 do. Varnished and Three
125 dos B ind Boxes;
1.S00 Zinc Wash Boards;
15,000 Plow Handle;
To nesi White Pine Tab.;
21.000 ass'ed Broom Handles;; 125,000 Cane Fishing Poles;
175 dos white Cedar Buckets;j300 abs'ted Liquor Kegs;
200dosTar C-'tis; 10 doz B B Cedar Cans;
800 pkgs Half Bush. Measuresi 25 " Nut Boxes, varnish
75 dos Pine Churns, assorted 200 " Painted Tubs an .
15" BB Cedar " Keelers;
100 nest, white Cedar Tubs; '125 dos Well Buckets, ass'te
200 Willow Wagons, common. 70 nests German Market do
150 " extra;
80 " Clothes do;
800 " Carts, common;
MH1 " " ex. tall tops
400 dot Feed Baskets, in stoi
and to arrive;
200 dozen assorted Mark) I
25 doz Children's Rattan an
75 Empire Cabs;
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
150 dosen Willow and Rattan
5 dos ass'ted OOlce Chairs ,
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Summer
Also Clo. Hampers; imixirted fancy Baskets; Work, Frail
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work made to orde-u
100 dos Feather Dusters; ,100 bale. Alicant Mats;
600' ass'ted Phoe Brushes; 60 Jute Hark and Skeletci
100" ex. Scrub Mats;
45KockiDg Horses; I 25 do. Toy Air Pistol.
COItIAOK, TH I.Ki:s, Ac.
100 coils IV and IX inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
1 0 coils 1 to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 colls i to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 dos Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
100 doz Hemp Bed Cords; ;lno bales Carpet Chain;
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; ! 1,500 lbs Wool Twine,
4,500 lbs Flax " " S00 lb. Seine Twine;
175 bale. Batting; ,150 reels Hemp Packing;
23 nicking; I i o coil rarrea nope;
60 " Wrapping Twine; !150 Jute Rope;
10 bandies (Vrund) 1 angennan'. Wrapping Paper;
1,800 " Mcgregor'a
S.000 reams Lockland
75 reams fhoe Paper;
70 " Batting do;
15,0o0 lbs Roofing do, sata'ted ;
150 reams Tea Paper;
175 " Ham "
64,000 lb. Roofing do, dry;
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candies, Stcarine Candies,
Starch, Get man ifoap, Ac.
lit ON IIOI"VI KEGS,
A full stock, assorted size., for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
era' use, constantly on hand.
Pine Churn.. 1 8, 20, 22, 24 inch lied Cedar do 1 6, 1 3, 20, 23 do
Cerdar do 16,ls,2o,-22 do 'fainted do20,2'2,'24 do
BrassHoopdo" " " " do (Barrel do 14, IS, 20, 22 do
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do ;
8 team Bent Top; PlankTon:
For sale by 8. M . BARRETT,
mayl4 cor. Walnut and Front su., Cincinnati, O
PITTS PATENTED SMOKE EXPELLING HEAT
SIMPLICITY, neatness, utility, comfort, economy and
durability are comrined in this improvement. A single
plate of cast iron of peculiar f irm, so placed with its low
er etg resting against the back of the fire place, and the
upper resting on the iniue of the arch, at an angle formin
part of the back itself, without interfering with the fu
Appertures are so arrangea in the grate a. to a-eau a
draft sufficient to correct a smoky chimney, and the inter
mediate bar are so made that the heat that would other
wise escape bv the chimney, is arrested and retlecied or
thrown back into the room. No altcratiou iu the mason
ry of any ordinary fire-place or chimney i necessary. It
can te put up in a few minutes by any person of con. tn
It has been fairly tried before competent witnesses, an
The length of the back of tha fire place and the sreadth
of the due at the arch inside, regulate Ilia price. The cost
is but a tride.
The Right of th. Patent for Mime of the best Plates 1 for
An experienced gentleman In the Paten t O'.fice at Wash
legion bought tha Kightofone MLale a soon as it was
aly address is NaviUe, Tennessee.
aprl-tf T. E.P ITTS
MANSON M. BRIEN & M. M. ERIEN, JR.
aMroKnnA-s at tays
Cfl5e, No. 47 West side of Cherry st.. Cooper's Building,
formerly occupied by td. F.wing.
I HAVE taken in co-partnership my son, M. M. Baioi, la
the practice of Law ia ail the Curta of Davidson coun
ty. One or both can generally be found in ihe otliee.
Prompt and eeci 1 attent.oa alays given to securing
and collecting ail claims. (Money aJaaysready when col
I hare been constantly and regularly engaged la mv pro
fession, in the Mountain Ui.triel, fur the lut twenty years,
and will continue to ai.etid to securing ai.d co'iecting all
claiaiS inttusted to my care Io the coutitie cf Cannon,
DcKalb, W blue, Fentress, Overton, Putnam and Jartaon.
I have a general acquaintance with the merchant, and
business men In those counties.
The Merchants of ahvi:ir, an I of other places, might
find it to their iatcrcst u coutrr alihuie in relation there
to. I refer to any and all person, who know me, for my
ability and proiupt attention, to bu;inrns.
marchll ly MANrON M. HRII.N.
it a u. r. it v,(on.crio.Ai,At.
CHAXLFS ROBERTSON, (Ute of the firm cf J. G. A C.
hoberi.OP, broad S'reetjronth.iie. his busines. at No.
IT, Market street, (opposite Mor-)s A Mrstiou',) sthrr.
be is prepared t esreate and Kit ad orders in all the
brar.cV.es ct P.k ti;, Coa'eot;onrT, lc.,i h which he may
be favored, ins m.teriais are fie-h and of lJ. le t qaad
ty, and be flatter t iciietf, t:,t he cu iv tiie u.ost tr
ied tattrfactk a. he in tell ty ahole-al or rcta.l, asd
eiders fiotn a distance are tuhrit d. He returos grauf I
thatiks for th Urpe patroriap e t e has l.trd. krtrtcmtd,
and pledge. LimscJ to merit scoulli Uuct o? Uia SjiU!.
Champagne and Sweet Ctub Cider
C f bb of tha above ia Store;
1UlU bids Pc can N u-;
XO bnl, Soft i;.cil Aimi..ini;
10 bt r.ogiisa Waiuuu, ad frtsb;
lo Lb s F..tMris;
10 bbls C.ta a Nat-;
1 dus New Yurk Ut Tamp.;
0 boze. L mi.es,
lue boat. E. U. Caealla good order;
luo boxes O. II. "
?or.:bv J. G. ROBERTSON,
C. LI. STEWAET,
Wholeiulf a it a It e t a i I
c.iiociiv co.u iiimio ii:nt itA. r,
NO. 41 BROAUWAT, NASUVILLK.
.T T!i h!ghet Mrk price paid for Couatry Pr.
tvmv of all kind. J i.rU J.sfly
j. c. i)Aiiui:.,
LU.miLU, SIIINc;i.i;s AND UO.tfCDt.
T II ATE en hand a lay lot of Cedar, Tnw anJ WhH
X PtK. F'jojring , Ciear SfcSePine, fapiar Fiaax, Ju.s la,
icat. tans, Xi'ir Cl.r, t cU.r Pi.q. aod i'u; lr.iuiLrs.
bar. lt eutun pji lrr ta ! C lr, oc d.-i::ug
Potaar, and tio fe'lo f:Q F1xnng. Uns ri.ic; Jd.
hsoe, teasing Ntt. 1 Pot-Lar sloiw. A.l ia coii'... tpait.
tun I cas n; ; ' say tjQitr.y cf ijtiUr m .'ac.d si
ihs iharinl aul at le t- pnt-i !ar ttis T.'r.
Leas, yocr atJcrs fcr prej :tB-..--i witn
i. C. PASriN,
ssarcb?! NashsU'-e Laufer Yard, !. lit IiiJay.
'.Wifii;:;, IsoUl':!. UIT2T3, DE.ILLS.
I Jll I-hk t
ri7 YORK ADVERTISEF-'ENTS.
From n. S. PC HELL, late of the firm of Sgrtxtir, Visschxb.
Owss A fk-UKLL, United States and Forei?n Newspaper
AV-Aw.fS a . tm- . , . 1 ..." 1 O ' llMifL
- - - ..snif Areni. aiouat a nuuiuui, .
way. New York.
SS5 A Sfi7 P.naHm.. TSao Ynrt.
TIT'S Magnificent Temple of ART and LTTXrRT has
been recently re-decorated and ornamented and now
presents a tw more .
Gorgeous Coup D'ceil
than when first cotspl.tel.
TEE INTEENATIOXAL HOTEL,
Over tbe Saloon, containing 200 Rooms, I. still condno'ed
on the Euronetn plan, and is open for the re-eption ol
Guests at all hours. jui, 15 dim.
St. Nicholas Hotel,
T V1. NFW YORK, JUNE 29th. 1S7.
HK pnhhe are respectfully Harmed that the price of
Board at tiis Hotel hu not t-tn adcaneed but is as
it has been heretofore, $2 fO fw liUin
julylO lm. TRKAWELL, WHITCOMB A CO.
SINGER'S SEWING ImACHINES !
REMOVAL AND OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT.
To all who gw or ae srwisa MiCinsny:
The superb new Marble Bnlldingsof
LM. t-INGER A CO.
No. 45S Bkoacwsv, oo'.skr or Gkind f TRtrr.
NEW Y' RB.
1X7 ILL he cpened for inspection, and the transs-tion of
business, on THURSDAY, July 2d, 1M. Citizens,
and stranger. visiUn? the City, are repectfuilv invited to
nil and examine the Estahlihrrent, and see the various
styles of the Singer Sewing Machine ia oppra-ion.
4" 3 Broadway, New York.
Joven-s Rid Glove Cleaner.
JOUVKN'3 KlTVnr)VF. CLEANER.
JtirrVEN'S KID-GLOVE CLKANFK.1
JOUVEN'jJ KID-GIOVE CLFANFR.
JOUVEN'? KID-GLOVK CLEANER.
I 2 cent, per brittle.
' 25 cents per bo'tle.
,25 cents per bottle.
25 cents per bottle.
1 25 cents per bott'e.
2i cents per bottle
r 2 cents per bottle.
25 cnts per bntte.J
One hottle cleans f.0 p.-iir.
One bottle cleans 5rt pair.
One bottleciean '0 pair.
One bottle c'eios 50 pair.
As no cderproeeeils from the preparation, the glove can
b worn iixmeJiuttlu after it is cleaned. Wiih a pieca cf
flannel, apply a small portion of the preparation very
'icht'y, and the dirt will instantly disappear. It s the ar
ticle ued by tbe Kid Glove ManufuHurer of France to
Impart that purity of finish and aoflne.'. for which their
gloves are to justly ee'ehrated. It cleans kid slipper, and
white and colored kid-gloves elegantly. It is also an ex
cellent article for the toilet and for beautifying the com
plexion, r-moving tan. pimples, Ac, far exceeds in excel
lence any of the thousand and one preparation usually
-o'd for that purpose. One trial, at the trilling expense of
25 cents, will convince any one that the article is all that it
is claimed to be. Try a bottle of it for 25 cents, and yon
will never wis h to be wi;ho'it it. It can be obta'nei of" all
Diu.'gists ai.d dealer, in Fjdc ' Goods in Nashville, and at
wholesale, of the sole proprietors. CLARK A CO., 885
Bho.dwat, Niw York. 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 Onus: A Co , Is upon each
bottle which they purchase. ( june21 ijm.s
IMPORTANT INFORMATION, by which much suffering
and misery In families may be avoided, sent to married
men, and thote contemplating marriaoe. Addre-. inelos
ing four postage ttaiapa. Dr. L. F. PR0BA RT. Box 8608,
New lork City. (June24-8ms.
MODERN STYLE OF SCHOOL VURNITURB, manu
factured and for sale by N JOHNSON, No. 490 Hud
eon St.. New York. A large supply kept constantly on
hand. Circulators forwarded on application as above.
OF THIS IWtOOltFSSIVi: AfiT.
TAM now offering for s:ile at low figures, twenty Bul'd
Ing Lots in the eighth Ward of Nashville, on such
term that an y one can procure hiin-e!f a complete and
convenient home. The lots front the Murfreesboro Turn
pi(e, on Wharf, Franklin and Maple streets, and are ad
mirably situated h.r private restden-e.
Claiborne's Omnibuhses have completely revolutionised
this part of the cliy, which with other improvements now
being made, such as the extension, of Gas, and water in
that direction will add greatly to the value of this prop
erty. The terms are such as will allow each pnrchaser immedi
ately to put up his buildings, as the purcha-e money will
not be required until the 5th of January Istii, tbe interest
uiilv to be paid annually until that time. Call soon on
july 9 tf. A. V. S. LIN UriLEY.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
IAM cow offering for sale, on reasonable terms, the
House and Lot at the corner of Btoad and High its.,
lormerly owued by the late Martin New . Applv to
A. V. USD. LEV,
Ju!8. 83 College street,
COMFORTABLE Dwelling on Lower Market Street,
- X. near the Square, for the balar.ee of the year, contains
0 rooms, besides kitchen and sei vantF' room. Possession
given immediatelv. A portion of the Furniture will be
sold if deiired. Honse can be rented by a good tenant the
ensuing year. Apply to
JuneiO. A. V. 8 LINDPLFY,
FOR SAIE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES.
T AM offering for s.ile a most desirable resiJence on Sum.
I mer street, in the 7th Ward. 'I he Lot fronta 85 feet by
170. The House is uew and neat, contains 5 rooms, kitchen,
servants room, smoke house, dairy and tt ible. The ga
has just been carried in front of tbis I.ot. I know it to be
a bargain. Apply to A. V. 8. LINT'i-LF.Y,
juueJd. 8d Co'lrge street,
a m:at ici:siin;Nt 1: in i:u.i:i ii.i.u
IB now offered for sale at a barga'n. The I t -V
A fronts 2 feet on WiMr1)Hnri htret .ml 170 in
Minick. Tha House coMains four good rroms, good.-..;
cUtem, Ac. The house is new, buiit rf bricit and the
situation one of the best in Edgefield. Wi.l be so'd low,
Apply to A. V. 8. LINDcLEY,
ute!3. f Coll ge street.
NOW IS THE TI3IE
ryO purchase that vs'usble STORK-HOUSE, on Market
A. street corner of tlaik, at present f. ecu pied by 11. S.
French Son- The Lot lronts 4-.'. feet on Market and
1( 6 on Clark street. Every on. knows tba this Is one of
the so l prominent V. hnlrsaie Grocery and Produce
Stands In the city. It will be .old oil most liberal terms.
For further paiticularacall cn
apr'2! A. V. 8. LINDLEY.
THE CHEAPEST PROPERTY.
AISD 1JKST BARGAIN.
IAm now offering at a great sacrifice, that valuable
Pproprrty, on Colli go II It. immeiiiately opiioniie the
L'nlvcrsit v, si long occupied by the late Dr. Troo't. The
ht fronts sty feet on Market Street, with thesaoie front oo
College. The Houie is large and lonimooious, and th.
whole, at the price I ofi-r it is a great Bargain.
I laihofnes' omnibus has practically moved College liill
rig) t in o the Public Square, and any one wanting a resi
dence convenient lo businee. would do wll lo look at this
propel y. ( all on A. V. B. LINDSLEY.
Apr.KO, II aao.
I.OT In Sonth Nashville on Cf Here street, beyond the
J X Medic
I Cr.ihge, fiont'ng 6 feet, beirg the Lot on
s' Carpenter Shop ft rn-eiiy rtHd. For .ale
cheap. Apply to
V S. 1.INPSLKY,
fit College street,
i ou nam:.
VTARCABI IC I.OT in P nth Na.I.vllle, comer r,f So m
mrr and Osk streeis, tron'ing l.'n feet on Suniuie
street and 170 cn Oi.k meet. Ml.l re sold a a bargain.
The lias is now btiLg curried up ic fioi t cf this Lot,
AO ply lo
A. V. S. LINDSl.kY.
3 College street
Harble Honuments, &c.
III. Hirf s;i3.oltrxx
INFOitM.H his friend and the pubhc in gon
erai.tliat he b now proerutirig the Maajia
Ucsuaaixi, in the shop on Cherrv street, nnt
door to the I . i.iJ Jiimims, al.rre he
will be p'eaed to attend to the orders of all
who iiii.y want work in his line don. He La.
and wui kerp un hand, a supply of
MARBLE aiONCilENIS, TOMBS, 4e., f
Manufactured of lb G nest Italian and A mer .
isan Alaroie. iu lb ti style tit the art. Al k.
Of Pis vnrl will be warri,ntd.
Xj o o1.zl.Xxx ct OXacoos,
UE have cow in More a One slork vf -.r".
planus, Meiodron Vs it. Jow tihade., ,
Artist Mtrial.ae., and are suit manufac- I f A 1 1 1
luring lusidc Bliud. and ail kinds ol U.lt Wwrss Lav.
recently added largely to our .lock of
OItAi:TN IOII .IllltltOItS, AC.
In a word w Intend to KES.P CP WITH THK TIMES,
pleas oer customer aud lapcc. h"a ta putrorlie lust
nrteaJ of sending abroad. W. A R. FRKEMAN',
Feb. I. No. ly.Cal.e- street,
HELAINQTYPES AHEAD ! !
' I 'HLM! pictures are eoastahtly receiving the unq jJ ISsd
X i,fitiujo cf Artist, Au.abnirs,asd U uunc fro
rati, at C.B b attested by tbe trg tiisibtr taken (is'iy,
oy thrur n-wuiug sl p.rir ,uijLic evr buji th Aia
urn f jc.li ies tMrn.g t eller as.d Dor. cxteasir. thaa any
other O.iiery la Teases, w tiavieg ruily u,T(i
aad filled up our sit.j Liu.ot ia an eiegant aLinct,
i u u ux N ti ui Nrwt tv auy ia tn rvwia, w
irs cow c..l,k I Is tis.u2i piure, rt Uji la a Beat cM,
twaat-fa c u'rj. Ijt
I II I V CLNrsAlU t'PWAHUS.
Our pairus wt I find evvry coaveuleac and a ooarao.
i-joa Hi" Hr.C'.V 1 1 JH K 0 -4 beig r ut inu, ta
li, Ft it.'st Fi--U!t, a-M suing ahxa t a tPACiuL tun.fi f
ktiHj"l kn Utu. tuiuint .(.
N. a, CoMt.ai j safcaad the mo-t exienus au I v.rird
aasuruu.ut of 1 ity fTiue, C4es, e&o.
N. 3, Talca Et , tor. CU.j..
STtcm. rtoieirrpKs latea at our Gallery lata PoJ,-.,
Mitn5n:,0Kf Uses'. iU9t li.l, t"j4i tuiuauir M
... " y.L vii cia'w, eili.r p:.n ar ouri la 1 1
BOOHS AND STATIONERY.
t f t liivi: U aivrbfeua f MerchaU aaJ Traders ga
V I srsuty UKwr targe Slock cf
School lioaL ass! Sialianfry.
AT IICLEALE AND liXTIAIL,
At price wbih e-.BBi:il tu p'.c2. Om sick 4
Is aVo lr ye, and w w sell st ss.'y Iw r ? i 11 -
frku m th is by tu set; t st.ii, P ,
Isi0.a wowid t.l to i. ::- " '
SljCS. WiJ aif lf-U'': (CUfll'J WJi-&..
iu at -?y tretmuiM. rltllN.'J A E V A N , A - ia,
aa-v ly kjfcst.4 4u. tfw v -i.
RAILROADS, STAGES &
TIirourTi Tnfe from !Vfw Yorlr nnd
I'Iiil1elplii:s to 'Nst'Iivlllf., n rnn.
. Heritors avills New York and I'ftll-
udelplna tf nmslii j I.in-, ta
continue ritlioitt alterrioii
from Istof Jiirr t 1st of
First Class, per 100 tbs 5 in
Second " " 1 75
Third 1 ,5
Boxes Hats, " o 95
Furniture nd Carriages boxer!, and other light
goods rot enumerated. Carboy, of Acids, or
other Chemical', per 100 lbs., 4 to
J. VI It SX CLASS.
Piano Fortes. Por.Vs, S'ationerv, Foots, Shoe, Liquor
Oils, Ac, in bottles, Camphine and Spirit Turpertfne, in
barrels. CarpeMng. China, Glass and Glassware, Cigar in
cases. Clocks, Cr fectioraries. Cottcn Cards, Drv Goods 1 3
boxes or baler, Drugs, Fruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden Seeds Looking Glasses and looking Glas.
Plates, (at owner' ri-k. Ovstr in cans and jars. Sad-
aiery, 1 in ana uriiunn n are, i eas ana 15 pices.
srcoiiu ci, ,ss.
Hardware, except sieh as pecified In thfrd elas, Coffea
Mills, Machinery, Foreign IJqurr. in barrel, and pipe.,
Tohsceo in boxes. Leather In rolls and boxes. Oils In bsr
re! and esl-. Crockery and Queersware in crate, and
casks, Rice, Whiting. P aster. Sheet Bras, and Copper.
Ares, Shorels, Sradcs, Sad Irons. 7inc ard Tin in pigs.
Tin Plate, Anvil., Vices, casks cf Chain, ar-d Hoes, M.nil'a
and Cotton Cor age. Ccfee. Heavy Ca'tines. Mill Gearing,
Carrlsre prinrs, and Axles, Railroad Wheels and Axle.
Chairs and Spikes, and Rosin in barrels.
lFri,l, Tt ATFSi
Boxes Hats. Furr.'t- re and Carriages boxed, and other
Prht atic'es net enumerated ; also," Carboss of Acid, or
other Chemicals, will be chaigcd at double first class
nve everr package plainly marked with name of
consignee, dentin. tien and depot ef delrwrv. Attention
to this matter pres ents delays and loues, and iruuro. a
Gooos shipped via Savannah, should Ve eon-icned to
Agent of Central Rai'roadavannah, and packages mark.
edeareAreotC R. R . Savannah, Ga.
Goods shipped via Charleston should he eonsl-ned to tb.
Agent of the South Carolina Railroad, Charleston and
packages marked, care Agent 8. C. R. R , Charleston ,8. C.
The throorh rates shove corer '! expanses from New
Tork to Nah ville. Xn c miamon, di-ayaue, or tc.'mrftiaa
cfintmf tithrrat Chnrlt.m or Sarnnnah.
Shippers cay rely upon uniform rales and prompt de'lv.
eriesbvboth lines. Over-charges and damages bv either
line, wilt be adiudsed by the agenta of Uie Nashville and
In case of lost or miing goods, I will take charge of anv
correspondenee necefsary for their recorerv, and if not
found, will pay for the Pstne at the ext iration of 80 dT
after notice is riren. A 'I no'.-es r-f lost p,xx.,, ft.r XaH.
rlU, ,r on th Na.-J.rUU ad CAatranoor,.
b oact . mutt fce addrttsed to II. . Andtrnm, uv-t .
Merchants when In New York will receive every informa
tion and assistance in shippfne. by anplvipg to the Agent
of tl e Charleston line. No. 195 Broadway, and th Savau
nah Line, No. IS Broadway.
CUA'S. W. ANPFRtON.
yW-r. Gen'l Agent.
Iltr.IGHTS rv SAIL VlWilXS ANO
PINH'I LI.I ltS FHOM
New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Baltimore.
T M'AKTS who may .hip bv the ahov. vceels ar
"A in ;d that by consigning their goods to the agent,
of the Sou' arolina Railroad, Charleston, or agents of
Central Raiir d, Savannah, thev will be forwarded flee of
commissions, (dray .ire and harfsge only charged,) and b
sent through at the following rates :
From Charleston or Savannah to Nashville
First Cla, per 100 lb. fl S
Second Class ' j o)
Special rates for light goods, per 100 lbs .7.7..'! 9 70
P.ill .(owing amount paid vea-el. and amount charged
for draj age and l.arfago, will be ma iled to consignees.
CH AS. W. ANDERSON,
may29-tf. Gen'l Agent.
NEW HOrTE TO !II'?HIIIS. "
FARE ONLY 12.
TIME TUUOUGII 25 HOURS.
fllRAINS run throuk-h from Stevenson to Memphis and
A make close connection with Trains on the Nashvilla
aud Chattanooga Railroad at Stevenson. Through ticket
from Nashville to Memphis sold for 112. Time through 25
Passengers should leave Sashvi le on the B o'clock P. M.
Train, which arrive, at Stevenson at :1o A. !., and con
nects with Train, for Memphis. No delay excej.t in ehang
ingears. O. L. ANDERSON.
apr3 Ticket Agent.
TENNESSEE & ALABAMA RAILROAD
ON and after Wednesday, April 1st, 1SS7, Train, will
run as follows:
mil. a FAssjiua. gatioBr a raasnaaa.
Leave Nashville o.OOa.rn. 8.45 p.m.
Arrive at Thompson 7 55 a. m. 5.40 "
Leave Thompson S.RO a. m. 8.00
Arrive at Nashville 10.18 a.m. 7.8S
Passengers from Nanhvillo by the Morning traln.break".
fast at Franklin.
Stages connect with the Trains at Thompson's.
Through Tickets for Memphis, Wavnesboro', Jackson,
Tuscumbia, Florence, Pulaski and Columbia, can b. pro
cured at the General Stage OHice, under the Verandah
Hotel, Nashville. W. O'N. PERKINS,
march21 tf Superintendent.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave. Nashville every mornirg at 7:45.
' " evening at fi.
Chattanooga " morning at fi.S't.
" " eveniug at J:ii.
Arrive, at Chattanooga every evening at 5:B0.
" " morning at 8:0.
" at Nashville " evening at 4:20.
" at w morning at 9:43.
The Day-Tra'n. meet at Tullnhnma and both connect
with th. train for Manchester and McMinnville. Passen
gers for Herr .htha Springs and other points on and near
the McMinnville Railroad should tak th Day-Train, at
th connection by it at Tullahoma Is direct.
niarch24 H. I. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
MEMPK7S AKD CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
I'HE "ADAMS' s-XPRESS COMPANY" have made ar.
iwiigu.rui,wiiuui6ioi)TB naiiroaa lor a fauy Express
Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight.
-.s-,.., u rwi-riiprr iraius io xiuotsviiie, lecatur.
ruscumbia. andinUrmediatestaiions on thAI A Cl i.nrf v
A C. Railroads, rtmall Parkagrs at reduced rates.
t Messenger, leave Nashville daily at 7 o'clock,, at.
I-"" Freight to b forwarrled bv Exoresa will be eall.il
or wuhoot extra charga. ul0-tf A. K. HOLT, Agent.
From Clinrleston to New York,
Tweutr-L'ive Dollars. .
I'M-rro stati s :n.,iL i,ii:.
KEW YORK AND CHARLESTON 8 TEAK
PACKtTS Through ia 48 to 63 Hoan.
SEMI- H' E E K L T .
THE NEW STEAM SHIP COLUMBIA, 13000 tons, M. Berry,
NASHVILLE. lMm tons... i r n k-.n
JAMES AlKiKR, 1,500 totrs S. C. Turner,
MAKIIIN, l.Mlllloni W J Snler.
SOUTH ERNEK, I.IKIO ton. I. M. Ml'FRAY"
L-. iivi'" ' Wlrvs "-E WEJUHESDAY and
SATUKDAY after the arrival ef tha rr Irnm tba
rkuth and W est. Tables surplie I with every luxury.
Attentive and courteous commanders will insure traveler
by this (In .very possible comfort and accommodation.
t ab!D Passage , C5 ,
ii EN ST MISSROOX A CO, Agents,
'ay2. CnALaTo., 8. 0.
Cabin Iabage to INeiv York.
Weekly United States Hail Line.
THE KaW AND SPLENDID SliiE-WHEEL STEAM
Htee . I S.l NT A, 1..TotoiiS Capt. M. S. Woophcu-
I I. Oil 1 1 I, toss Cai.u Isaao Cw.sru.
ALAtiA.'tA, 1,S'" ton. c.i t. G. K, Scbsjicc
EVE E Y ii A T U it J) A 7 .
These at.ipsar.auict.gih largest an the coast, ur.sur.
iwJ I" sjed, safety or comlvrv making their passage.
in bo to 60 hours, ana re comn.su led by skillful. careful and
pubtaorhcera. lsavu.g elegant laie ioon. arcumuiclationa
tbev 8er a nosi U.,jr.te couveyanr lo New York.
lslHf:S;ui(t til Nrs YstL ..i3
Btrage rbU,i' to New York , 9
A feat.: PA DM-ECKD, FAY A C'.'., S.rsB&ah,
BAM'L L. Hi fC ill LI., 13 fcroadwav.
lati' New Vork
CAI.L OF l'UltUSt
PBLNCIPAL toilet articles
t1 VVtaalalutftou btrctt la ,atou
tkMlLaIIt, FLrin, 3c, 50c., 7c, 11,50 sixes, at I ,
1 4. S, 1 1 J par dusee.
Bvoca's Et.Ttc Uais t'Ts.C.IquJJ.) 50., tl 11,50 s'se. at
4. I. Hi per dunjts.
fco"u s Haasaua,va kiajj. or CrrusaiA, reUUiic.,sise.
i per dosca.
To lw.atDrggisUaa A ether targe dealers. diKCouat
ef IS pr cl from ilc prices wid b ma.1e, piov. led their
LlUMW dttiUif the su eivilhs sh.il ei-eevi iid.
r iOWtST CASU PF1CL3.
A lMftifr i. Aid '- t m..Jeftvut lMU.'t'rjirii
Oa or 'ers amoqstlog to li ..r over, at out time, a discount
of 5 p. r scat wijj b made.
0a twder. amoueur.f to I .i or over, st one tim., a disoouat
uf U perceel will k B-.1.
Oa eiders anieskiii to t5 or over, at ou. time, a discouat
ot i per ecu I wal bv made.
Oa or icr, auioaBiiug t H&o or over, at oc lime, a discoant
cf j pr eeiit wiil b enade.
Oa orjer aascanuug K I i"i ft over, at on Urn, a diseouct
(M percent w.U b. made
Ti.iM ar tS lowest terius, aaJ bota which aa varialloa
es b cts.de ia acy cu.
price of s.iirr ann-'a my b had apidicatioa.
H.tsm, Ag. ts-h, l-.6. V. ICUASi 1- "UK.
Rcfrr Gu. titsiii, NaaiiviUe. Teca. aJK.s lj
LA1L' l AUliAUi:,
TAM ds.i!y part.t4; a guy; ty , u-a CtU-ag IV ej,
,i. i : vn-jf cf ti.
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