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COUNTRY TROW CE,
- CORNER or COLLEGE AND SPRING STREET,
100 finds farrta choice Fur?,.-, bbls Lo-tf RaY: '
OoSo.larifle . do 10 bbls powdered Sugar,
. SO bxs Havana do '
600 va Rla CofTn; ' 75 bags Lagnyra Coffee;
100 bags Jara Coffee;
100 r-ds pile's Whiskey; TSbMe. A-r'can Ttra-ndy;
do Dw' dn li v'ga Wine;
4".0 do Wlstilre do 15 .!o Gin:
1V boxes me ohl Branny; 5 do Walker's nper Ale:
73 bbls A n,-hii rhe-rrdo 50 boxes St. John' Claret
- 15 (it snneefor ort 'Vine; Wine
do flit;th''i Res. Wkv; T3 baskets rhvnoarn Wine,
Bl d- pure Rve do assorted hran1;
SO do MrnonhH do 80 boxes Champagne Cider
40 do Fine Brandies;
25 bores g. &, Powell To- 200bvte Jae FiTiitarf To-
20 boTi Southern Belle To- ROhxs Oo-nmeree Tob!eo;
baoeo; 15 btslnlartry Tabaxs-J.
10,000 Kwrietn Vn. "IP T.nnr Llnd Cigars;
6,000 Josephine Cijan; 8 Vm Brands, assorted.
1.00 .av fin eoar-"eSalt: 2 do?. "" "l
5 dox. "eag-- Wa-nmicks ;
loo tbli mi a.se:
fto. Ven OoM-n 3 mm;
T5 linn Le-non 'vein;
BO dot fr WrniOT:
60 dos. WhUY Brooms and
TA hxs Co' Oviitef;
IM bx Pickles, asoi ted;
S10 kTS White Lead:
10caes Preier-zei Fratti;
10 hx Praidv Cherriet;
B hrs TTn-o-i Soap;
JO ketrs oda;
SO bbls Almond.;
800 Demijohn, aborted;
SO neck's res fine Teas:
IS" !-. pain'ed Rncef;
CO dox. fdar Buckets,
re. ariii l.o nnrchase at v
hlibest market prices the
folio-lie articles of eonn'ry uro-luse:
Pea Natl. LaM.
Co ton Yarns,
Apr le Brandy,
B-x, White Beans,
F1t 8ed, Fers
Millet eed. Hemn,
Dried PeanhrJ, Bs-riini;,
Pried Apples, Roue.
Wool. Plow Lines,
Bacon. Wd "Vrrt.
Conntrr dealers nA farmer, hi'-in-i nr of the ahore ror
ale, IU do well to call on ns when they Tiait the city.
TKUI. O. M'KAT.
CARTER. M'KAY c CO..
(oeee-'r. to Trii, Pilcber f!n
ATTCTT0V AND COMMISSION WH0TTSAT.E GRO
CERS BECETVTXO AND FORWARDING
AD DSIIFRB I!
rriNB BB AKTJIHO, WIVF.S AND BMFPTIC LTQU0R3.
No. 73, Public Square,
Beav rl'ed Vineyard Proprietors Brandy;
8 eaVs Hberrr Wine;
8 rank Mderia tne. . w. .M
T e-e Honors were bounb nf he e,en"''0".'.,
C J Pover. New York. A-o In -to-e 25 bbls OH Re
Whik; 25 hbl Ol Fonrhon Whisky, and a good assortment
of oldliqnori rd rhampifne. .i. ,
W. mrU. the trade to give - -7 CO?'
itoc. TJJ plthMc ja0niir.
Smith's Bitter East India Ale.
JUST received ner.famer Hastings, on consignment
Bbbds Srat'h's Bluer Al.
BbMs do do do
10V bbls do do eo
This Ale Is equal to Alsopp'i or anv 'Prted brn ds.
jone18. CARTKR. McK AY k CO.
1ff BT,T" pmiVs Ptncx Ale.
UUM M kW do d do
25caks YoonK-r's Pale Ale, rlnts.
25 c'k Mnle- Pon' Pile A'e, pinMlo J'i(.)
R3 casks Barclay, Perk'n A Co.'s Brown Slout.
Flcr.SII PEACHF.SIX CANS.
J VST rerelred. per fteamer P. A. Given, on conftsn
ment, 84 dr. Cans Fr. sh
jonel8. v ft a CARTER McK AY A CO.
rtRT Biar. Jit. w. tucM, J. fB a hibt.
HART. 1VIACRAE CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCEHS, COMMIPSIOS MERCHANTS.
WTWES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS, &C,
Nos. 7 and O South Market Street,
V IHTfiB for S boxe. containing
. msrkei Mrs. Ellis Hampton, Nahvll'e: for
andy. marked Q., Nashville; for 7 bales Dry
15 if pipes Bran
Bldea, markeC 11
W. H. GORrns CO.
fair, prime and choice
Km bblcmsbed !aa;ar;
J 25 bbls loaf urir;
CO bbls clarified Huirai
. CO boxes white Havana Pngar. In store and fo
Mle by xoay21 W. H. OOitDON A CO.
STAI CAfVOM:, Ac 100 whole boxe. Werk
A 'o.'s tr'tar Cand es;
8t0 .boxes Werk Co.'s Star Candles;
20' V hoses do do do;
20 boxes Madison Starch;
lf.ft boxes Fox's do;
1 000 boxes Procott A Co.. No. 1 and extra Soap. In
tore sndjor sateby tmay2H W. U. CK)R1')N A CO.
yy-lIISK Y, AC 1,000 bbls Julius H.Bmith's WhU-
CiO bb's ChenowltVs Whisky;
COO bbls Old Booibon and Re Whisky;
250 boxes fine biandiea, 1 doxen each. In store and
for sale by ma 21) w- tiO
OS.-VAKHRfiS A; WIIEKTINCiS. 100 bale 7-8
10 bales 21 Inch Bagging
10 bales 7-8 Drilling
CO baie-Bparta, Laura Hill, and Snmner Blieetiht;
1.000 bags Cotton Yarns, all number, la tore and for
aleby W, H.OORD iN A CO..
mvv'it ' Agents f r Tennes-eo Manufacturers.
TVT A I LS- 2,000 kegs Phoenheriier's Nails, ail sixes;
1(0 ken flour barrel Nail;
1(0 keirs finiittjing do;
1U0 kegs FeiiC.ng do;
tO kegs 4, .", and 6 in Spikes.
In store and for sale
H. GORDON A CO.
St A I.I.N !! M'AI.i:;!! I A full
t ck 1 1 Fairbark's celebrated Ecales Dormant, Plat
form, Grocers, Cocnter and Beams. Also Hay and Coal
tlcales, in store, fur sale at Factory price i, by
W. It. (iORDON A CO.
Sole Agents for Middle Tennessee.
auo.uu.H-L. ua.lasisx. . tusixa.
B. LANIER & COs
(inocessorstoHart At HoIUogsworth,)
No. 5 .II a. raet Street, Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Liqnors.
1 &, F. RILLIOD,
COXFCTIOi:itS AI UEALEUS IN
FINK FRUITS, NUTS,
g Fine Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, &c.
lo.H Market Street, Sd door from Ilroud
Wl would respectfully Inform the ciitxens of Na.hvtl'1
and the trade in this and the adjoining counties, tha
w re have rwmiiUo atu -d up our eimb iiimieoi for the pure
poe ol doing a Wholesale and Keiatl bunncss, and would
respectfully ask a share of public patronage.
t-iT" Order's for Candies, Fruit aud other articles In
onr line at'rided to with promptness and dispatch.
inarcl.-tim - P. A F. tULMOD.
B. D. SjtlCX.
QUICK & aiEAD,
Commission and Forwarding Mercbants,
WUOU-UL- AND RklalL
Flour and Feed Store,
NO. 11 80DTU COLLKOE 8TKt.r.
WHITE WHEAT LOL'&, Unbolted Flour, Buck Whs at
Flour, Seconds, bhorta, bran, lorn Meal, Kye Meal,
Oats, Corn, and rte liouiiny. In store and fur sale. Wl I
be delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
ULlcii A MKAD,
(ant No. 11 euuth Oollege st.
Southwestern Seed and Agricultural
i MAIN BIBXfcT, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
OCR Block of Seeds Is now complete, OuusisUng la
b,tjo busheU Esotncky Blue Grata feed;
2,(K0 - Orchard do do;
rUK) " Kl i op or Usrds urass Beedj
,6oa M limolhjr do;
" Clover do;
JboO M OMgeOrarg do;
00 Unlet do;
POO M hemp do;
; M Ca-ary do.
Sou M Top uu ions.
' GARDEN SEEDS I GARDEN SEEDS!
We are prepared to furnuh freah and genuine Garde
Seeds, of the growth ef by the poun i, single paper, el
In boxes containing 100 er xHa psvpera. A liberal ducoaa I
uvle to dealers. Orders rupectfuilT solicited.
jan23 . CllsttN hkoTUCKK
: MANCFACTCAt- OF
Ccucli aud uv;oi Harness,
JI0. 14 DEADESICK STREET, NASHVILLE,
HAYING withdraws frem the Arm of Uowertoo A Wlilln.
on, baa located at the above place, where be witl be
fflad tesee alibis old friends and others in wast of any tiling
n the way of basince. sUpairing done at Ute ehorteet no
I lee. lanttt ly
Get the Best.
Phe Geauine Aissbraly-p-the Premlow Fie
X tare u beyuud uffiprwa tue best stjU of uasneee
v.t lntroUueed, and ataad without a rival
Time canaot change Ideal,
Lihl eaiinot tade t'cm,
Dust Oan awver reach Uiera.
ituattcanout currode thcui.
Made a hcrctolure by t.a RU VI B . 40 College 'tTaaa'
at on in tiu-u-pl:ii at Iwukb price.
ifm Made at bo other room u Kahville.
JfJiT revival loivffrsi JJr iha aad Flat Dutok
ti-5mt J4, Call o4 cl tueui,
;ttJ. 8. S. WJXLEA.
1PS0I I CO
KICII SILK ROBES,
with three Volants.
RICH SILK ROBES,
with two Volants.
Robes a la Disposition;
RICH LACE GOODS;
BLACK MCE MANTLES;
HOOP SK IRTS,
Mattings t Mat linss ! !
illammotl Stock of
I k . w
BAFaGAlllS! BAHSA1MS! BARGAIMS!
TllOilXPSOlV & COM
JVf. 5U, CQLLSQS STRSSl:
HOrSE AND LOT FOR. SALE.
W't are effi-rina for safe, priva'ely, a two story
brick house, situated on Cherry street, Fonth 'Jl
NahTille. The fconse contains six rooms In the
main bui'ding. besides kitchen, servants roon, carriage
boose, st-b e, c ail in good order. The 'ot fronts 70 feet,
and rani back 143 feet to an alley. We win give a bargain
in this prope-ty if application Is made soon. It Is situated
in a thriving portion of the city. - For prt:enlar; enquire
of E. "i. GLAFCOCK. Agent,
angl2. " No. C7, Cherry street.
we have, also, for sa'e Lota Nos. 17, 18, 19. 20 and 21. In
Liner-It's nlin of 1ot. npon which Is a frame dwelling
house. Tr-ce lots will be ao'd to suit rnrehasers, o
changed fr cmntrv pmperty, or good mules, at fair val
nation. We will triro k.rr.!n
AL40, Lot No. . in Houston's, Hnmphrey'ssnd Martin's
dfii iAnio Nahvile., frontina t- Kailroad ''epo. This
lot l 4S feet front on Franklin street, and 150 feet deep to
an alley. If yen want a barain, now is reor time.
E, B. fiLAPHO'-K, Jgeit,
kugl2. No. 67, CVrrr street.
IIOITSK AND LOT FOR SILE.
TAM ofering for ale. priva-elv, a Hooe and Tot,
situated on Prord street, a few doors above Sam
nir, froniirg 8' H feet on Broad, mnningj back 165 - . w
feet to an a'ley. The hone contains 7 rooms in the train
bonding, wi'h Kl'cben, bath-hone moke -hone, Ac. We
wi'I rive a bargain in the above r rinefv, and our terms
sha'lbeeasy. E. K. GLAFCOrK, Agent.
junel6. No. C7, Cherry sU
IIOFTSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
TT" TT 1 . - T" a . -. . . r , . . . a
ri i r. a neiumui iioife ana i -or. on vrxwioru mm
A street, all is good order, ahich T am instructed fr
to sell posifvelv. Three in want of a lorre. cheap,
won'd do well to call on me soon. If not sold within a few
days priTately.it will be offered at public -oetion.
K. R. GLAJOOCK, Aeent,
Junell. No. 67 Cheery st.
MIPHOVED CITY PROPERTY FOR
AVALCAPLF. Hone and Lot on Chnrch st..
fronting AI feet on rs id street, running back
150,ft.orl feet, and I65deep. with a fmntof 15 ft
on Hprnce street. Thii is a valnab'e piece of ptop-
ertv, and located In the Pnet neijVorhoo-t in the city
and will be sold on liberal terms. Knq'iire of
E. K. GLASCOCK. Agent,
JunelS. No. 67 Cherry st.
T OTg Vot. 61.82.99 and lO. In Preston Hay's addi-
l- lion to Nashville. front'"n M fe t on Polk street, run'
niog back ISO feet. A bargain will be given in these lots.
A TWO FT0HY P.WTCK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. The
lo' fronting 99 V fort." and running back 17 feet to an
altev. This Is erv desirable nronertr. and situated
hort dictarce trom the residence of Mr. Bilbo. We will
eive a baraain in this nropertv.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, rnnninz back to
Mcf emore street IV) feet
Allof the above prooerty l located In thieving portions
of Ihe Oftv, and persons desirous of msVina r-urrhasos at
a bat-pain, will call on K. K. ulajhjo' h. aftent,
Junel'2. f o. 67. Cherry st
CllOICr. LAN OS FOR SALE.
WE are authorized to sell the following lnd on liberal
tfrms: 50 rre on Brown's CreeV, 1 mile' from
the eo'po'ation of Nashvil'e, adjacent to the lands of West
R. HimLhrev.fiov. A. V. Frown, fieoree Alien and F"'ix
R.R .ins. The late reid nee of xrs. Ursula RVn. Soil
excel'ent; 8 or 4 never fai'inv Sprinrs: a good Orchard; tw
strrv Brick DeMine. with 3 or 4 rooms end many out-
ho'is-s. We will sell the emir tract or divide to suit par-
QQ" APRFS, lying on the east ride of the Nolensvil'e
04 Turn like, 2 mi e out; lies ver well, abo it 10 acres
timber, balance e'eared ; sol' of the very bet qoa'Hy; cot-
'arre bui'clnir: part of the "ldley Tract; now o-vned hy !M
P Oorbitt, adjacent to Capt. Jo ner, Whit;ett, and
ACRFS on the east side of the No'ensville Turn
P'Me: 8 nv'es from the Corpo'at'on- (the Koodwln, or
M-ni'ee pla-e, frontl- w on both the Noie sville. and Mill
Creek Va'iev Turni.iwes: lies very we'l: soil god: a nrni
b-r of fru:t trees; good Spring, a large Frame Dwelling
with B or 6 rooms, and all neceuary ont-hoiue.
1A O ACRE?, on both sid- of the Vahville A Chatta
Zl noofra 1 ai'road, 13 miles from Na-h"l'le, a the
first station west of l.aver(rne, 65 aires choice timber, ST
cleared: lies level: gool oil: eool wnter; a good two story
Krame Delllnir, with 8 rooms, -t ibles, kitchen, smoke
houe, and all rthe' nece arr cabins.
The dwell nuts sbout 31 0 yard from the dpot or stition.
and 40 yards North of the railroad. Occupied at present
by Sir. Brown.
AFOTJT 820 Acres, on both sides of B Harpeth river,
IS mile, Writ of Nashv lie, and 2 mi'.ei Katof King
ston's Hprinifs; the Nashville and Northwestern liailroad
crosses near the cen'er of the tract; about 180 acres clear
ed; balance roo t tinber foil eo'd;4 or 5 never facing
Springs; pood Orchard; neirhborhood verv good, Cottage
build ng; the late resilience of Geo. P. Woodward, dee'd.
1 ACTtF on the Liberty road, one mile esrt of the
XCF i town of Franklin, in Williamson county, X mile
Rat of treTenn. A s. la. Rafroad, ll'l acres e'eared, sol
mo'tly very eoid: 6 o' 8 good fprings; D"ellin(f a two
story log-hou e, westerboirded and painted, with 6 eood
root:a. kitchen, smoke-house, Ae . the late re idenee of
Mrs. Walter. All on most accimmodatin terns. Apply
to nance Woodward.
Valuable Free-Soil Tot for Sale.
AM now offering for a 'lea val'iab'e BaiMing Lot on
. Srruee street, near the corner of Broad. The lot fronts
s'xty-tlx feet on f-pruce. Is one hundred ai-d fifty feet deep,
win a convenient alley in the rear.
This property is exe nnt from t ixes f-r 26 sears from 1st
January next. This exemption is of more value than is
u ually accorded to it, as not only thepronnils has all im-
provments erected thereon, but free from taxes. The
raving in the item of taxes will more than pay for the
ground and all In provements. This lot Is also situated in
a part of the city that U now b-'intr rapidly filled up with
fine dwellings and nriv ate residences. Terms reasonable.
Apply to JulySO. A. Y. S. LIVDSLEY.
OF THIS HICOCRCSSIVE AOL.
AM now offering for sale at low figures, iwen'y Bui'd
ing Lots in the eivhth Ward of Na-hville, on such
terms that an y one run pocure himself a complete and
convenient home. The lota front the Murfreesboro Turn
pike, on Wharf, Franklin and Maple streets, and are ad
mirably situated for private reswien 'e.
Claiborne's Omnib isses have completely revolutionixei
this part of the city, v-hich with other improvements row
being made, such as the extens'on of Gas, and water in
that direction will add g-eatly to the value of this prop
erty. The terms are such as will allow each prrchaser immedi
ately t) put up his buildings, the purchase money will
not be required until the 5fi of Janua'y lSd2, the interest
onlv to be paid annually until that tinre. Call -oon on
ju'y 8 tf A. V. 8 I.IX'tSLKY.
VALUABLE HOUSE AND LOT FO'l SALE.
I AM now offering for sale, on reaonao'e terms, the
House and Lot at the corner of Broad and High si.,
formerly owned by the late Martin New. Apid" to
A.V. . L1NDLKY,
Ju!v8. 83 College street.
COMFORTABIE Dwelling on Lower Market Ptreet,
near the f-quare.for the bnlarce o? the y-ar. contains
6 rooms, bluV kitchen and set vents room. Possession
givrn Immediately, A prr'ion of the Furniture ill be
sold if d-Mired. House ran be rented by a good tenant the
ensuinit year. Apply to
juneO. A. V. 8 LINDSI.EY.
F0H SALE AN ELEGANT DWELLING
AT LOW FIGURES,
T AM offering for ssle a most desirable residence on Sum
I mer street, in Ihe 7th Ward. Ihe Lot fronts 85 feet by
170. The Home I Dew and neat, cnntainsS rooms, kitchen,
servants' room, smoke houe. dairy and stable. The iras
ha just been carr ed In front of thl lot. I know tt to be
a bargain. Apply to A. V. B. LINIiSLEV,
funei'O. 84 Co lege street.
i:at iiiMDtx i: in i:d(;i:i iixu
now offered f.r sa e at a baraain. Tbe Lot S"-,
fronts ti feet on Woodland street and 170 on t ':
Mime. The House contains four cood room., eood
cl tern, Ac. 1 he House la new, boiit of brick and ihe
situation one of the best In Adgefiefd. Wi'I be so d low
Apply to A. V. 8. LINDi-LEY,
ur e!8. tt College street.
NOW IS THE TIME
P0 purchase that valuable 8TOBE-H0CSF, on Market
M. street crrner or (lark, at present occupied Dv M. e.
French A bon. The Lot tronU feet on Market and
1A on Clark at red. Avery one knows tha (his is one of
the no t prominent Wholesale Grocery and Produce
8tand in the city, tt wt, be sold on cost liberal terms.
For further paiticularscall on
apr'ia A. V. S. LIN DP LEY.
THE CHEAPEST PK0?ETY.
AND BUST BARGAIN.
TAm now offering at a r'est sacrifice, that valuable
Pproprrty, on Collrge Hill, Immediately opponte ihe
University, so long occuple I by the Ute Dr. Troost The
lot frooU sixty feet on Market street, with tbe same front on
Collegir. TheHoaieis large and commodious, and tbe
whole, at the price I offer it is a cret Bargain-
Claiborne' Omnibus has p actieally saored College Hill
right in the Public f-quare, and any one wanting a resl
dence convenient lo buauieaa eouiJ do well to !oo at this
proptty. alt on A.V. 8. LI.sDcLaT.
Apr. 80, '57 aao.
A LOT in Booth Nashville on College street, beyond the
Medical Colbge, fronting 60 feet, being the Lot on
which Kiv'S Carpenter Buop lorm-rly stood. For aale
cheap. Ai piy to A. V. h. LIN05LKY,
marrhii 83 Coiieee sircs-t,
J Oil KALE.
YABCABLE LOT In Stuth Nashville, corner of 8a
mrr and Oak straw!, frontina HO feet on Putcme r
street and 170 oo Oak street. Will be sold as a bargain.
th Gaa U now being earned up in front of this Lot.
AUplylo A. V. 8. UN US Lk T,
march-20 ;os U College street.
fehville to Beaver Dam Springs.
ff'HE sjndersigned arsj now running a r, ?,,N',i
A rriarlne of FOU HiRE l-u?T rjv?C:,
COAl-U;, TO Br-ATrR DaM M'IM,S, coeuo so
-unuay, We.!aedy and Frtday.wiirt Hie Morning Tr.io
of Car of tie Teuuersee A Alabama Railroad, at Tlwm
mid '!. Fare firoa NaUkVUi to Boaver taaa rprtngs
Ave J iiur.
juurit-Srsu CARTEL. TaOfA A II0CGH.
'piirSE tVcateo w:gS tVo-n lb to (bar tens, the prem
I ium ba bevu awarded thesa ever Fairbank's and
4 hers, a d have gained a reulaUua abase a. I .! is
p. Ths a:e soH!tr anted ae arver get eui rf er.'er.
aad are warranted U Lat as to: g as Lb ti otwr that tL.y
ae setae. Fanner as buslnro me a wuuiag u ttiai-
oe fi we scales can da ae by caiuag at
R.C. BAtSTV. Arvtt.
JalglO. No. N Cotlege ..Ntehvltle. Tens.
Champagne and Sweet Cider.
LOT of the above lost received.
CX. t fukun of Nw York Made Al Pawps;
I tat who If Jr Teia,
CO boies Frn-h Conf. c'!acry Armies, frt;
CaAdiee ae US order frh every ujr;
Ci soke's ma ts fze.lt eUity, all kiad;
fl bbi Nut, a- orld,
luu bt4 at. bat br4
The abs.se artaciee M fuswlt and wi:l b sold ebeae by
i. U. ItufitfcT.-OM.
SUCCESSOIt TO BEECH, B AEEB & CO ,
No. 20 College Street, Sewanee Building,
. NASHVILLE. TENN'.
WH0LF?AT,15 AND RFTATT. BVAT.ER TW
:rrn(ra. Medicines, Paints. HI. Tnrnwentine,
v't PrittT.GlK'a. Glassware. Pyef"n'J.PerfaTBe!-ie,
Fancy Article. Fnnrrters.Trnse. Brushes. Hrif, Seerfs,
Fishinr Tackles, Instruments. Teeth, Medical Saddle Bags,
Medicine Chests, Game Baca, Ac.
A i-rcv FOR
1 Family Medicines, and 'T the popular Patent- ".dl
eine-of the da v.
aprillC J. J. UPETI.
f lALVAvii t:nA li ii
for the cure of
T Rhenrrat'ca and Kermsi Hieae..
Machine, for the cure of Bheftatistn, Paratrs'. Hen rsl
Nrvons Pebilitv, Ac. aprillO J. J. PkE"H.
-rjANNINfl'S lust'v celebrated Bony 8rTrr.TtTaR
t or siRAOE, lonrandfafiliarlv known as the Rest v-rare
and admirably adapted to the phvwcal wants of delicate
female aficted with eenera! deWlitv, curvatnr of the
spine fallins: of the womb kvs of appetite, dispei.- e.
For aale by aprillO J. J. PFE"H.
Jl'SX HF.rriVEII, lcask Potah and 1 ease la
cans assorted sizes, very convenient for 8oso maHng.
april 10 J. J. BFKCn
MrSTATin In j,oTeasorted sixes and In hnlk. A
vr- annerior art?e ofXTheatler'aTondon MnstsM,
Rice. Flonr. r.piet,De Ftrch, Tar. Ac'd. smer Carb. Fo-
dvCrea-r Tartar. Pepper, Pplee. f"tis""s. f'Icves,
Mace. Vutmetrs, Fine Teas,Chocolate.?alad Otl. c.
apri! 10 J. J. PFECH,
rT'S r IV u rnitf, Peverp.l tierces snperfine
Prandies: OM Port and Mede'ra W'nes. pnt tm 1n bott'es
orbv he gallon, wtich Is prononnced to be Ne Pl" Pvtra.
JO. G. BROVN,
43 College Street, nashville, tenn.,
DEUOS. lTTUICTWE?.CTrrwTCAT.S. TITE RTTTrTS,
PAIlfTS, OIL. VIKTSWES. win DO W
GLtSS. GLASSWAKT". ffbtu-
KEST, FT'TE SOAP". HATB
AND TOOTH BKUSHES,
Jn4 all Vie rofrttlar Patent Medicine of the day.
TN Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual. I very comolete.
I havin-r tecently recefved larpe additions, eonsi'tina
psrti of Lnh'n. and Pasin's Extract-: French. merran
andCermn Colotroe: nellttc's and Lnbfn's Sachets; Hair
ftrnshe: fefa', China and Paper Puff Boxes; 8hell, Fino
and nressine ombs, Ac.
sr.r.iss! snnos!! sr.rnsni
prsiTELS Kenncky B'teGras., atripned;
no do do do do clean;
JW do Herds Gra-s:""
10 barrels pore TiTothy.
t t. n
lANDBE rxi's nAirfQKIH SEU3,-A generol as.
gr,lTept. -pranet freh.
CABHIfF STH.-IO lbs. large Dram-head Cabbage
10 is.. vt "ntA r'lV.hjii.
ASPARAGUS ROOTS. Two yean old, grown by Mr
8TI?AWr.l:RKT PLA-VrS. Very fine rarietles from
Mr. Henr r,ri'er
WT ANTiOT PROLITTC C0EV Which yields from 1
to 2'. btrrels to the acre. At JO. G. p.-tosvnS,
feht 7 S Colleye "street
WAR 13 of every description.
. tion, at
tabes of every deerp
JO. R. BROWN'S.
POC.RESS tNO EUPIRK WATTRS
- always on hand, which I receive tirect from the "nrlntra
feh17 TO. O. PROWS.
OR '111 r ii ft Mrs. Al'en's Restorer,
Barry's f rieorjherons?
eh1. MA. fl. Ifnwa.
I (IMKIV lflt T .OH.- A vrv Superior article
J J sde by Barclay, Perkins A Co , In pints and qoarta,
j a. rnwf,
-dn uvKi oir
" pare-! by Hedgetnan, Ul
R srrossjust received, Pre-
Obvk A Co.
JO. G. B!OWV.
M I - I, WHISK V. A
rior article, guaranteed to be pure.
LICK WATI-lt.-In half barrels and ir
bottles, lor gale at Louisville prices
JO. tt. hkuis.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fhij a a t $ v.
T8 reoeivinsr a sreneral assortment of Ptire and Genuin
OICI ;S A M 111 niCIMFS
Warranted as pure a anv sold in thiseity, or any other.
fact It is only necessary to say none bat the best Medicine
Pure Chemicals varioua brands,
Frwh Line Juice,
" Cod Liver Oil,
Breast Purrps a new and convenient article.
Pyrinees some new kinds,
Fancy Articles some of the most beautiful kinds,
100 ox. Pare 8alph.' Quinine, bought for cash and will b
sold very low.
Teas various kinds also a lot of Canton Teas, so much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted stock of Perfumery.
Wines, Brandies, Glo, Ac, for Medical uses.
For sale by G. W. HKSDfcRSHOTT,
apl2 Cor. Cedar st. and Square, Nashville.
A. H. R0SC0E,
WHot.rTtt.B aid as-riix PFAT ItR IJJ
DEUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS,
PEEFUMEKT. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHES, WHITE LEAD Ac,
Corner of Rroari and Market Sts
N Nil Vll.l.li, TliN.1,
HAVE constantly on hand alarge and well selected etocs
o ;the above articles, together with a larire asortaient of
Fancy articles all of vhlch la offered for sale on the most
Alnn, 2,000 poinds;
Arrow Hoot. 100 pounds, Bermuda and Florida;
Eritstone, .M0 pounds, refined,
Castor Oil, 2(K) pallons;
Copperas, 20 barrels. Prime Green;
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels;
Gum Camphor, 100 pounds;
Indlza, 600 pounds. Fine to Common;
Madder, 1,0" pounds, first quality;
Poper Carb. Soda, 4,000 pounds Frime;
Flour Palphur, 600 pounds.
All of which is offered at the lowest prices.
Ian'8 A. H. ROHOO!.
BOOTS, SHOES, ETC.
Gentlemen's Fine Shoes.'
GFNTIEMKN ill find a mod a sortment of desirable
Fu-rnier 8iock at 42 College Street.
fcupi r 1 at rg Pup p role Gai'era aid Tie Eboes;
French Cll Kid Top Gaiters;
M " " i.xlo-d and two Tie Shoes;
Calf Kid Gaiters and Oxford Ties;
" " Pump Sole I o. ts;
Patent I e tther Kid Top Oaiterg j0.. 40.
Just le eived by fjul.23. J. RAMAGE.
SNYDER Sr FRIZ Z E L L
No. St Public Square.
ARE In receipt of a fine stock of
Gen's Calf Oonres Gaiter;
" " Oxford Ties;
' Fine Patent Leather Cmrress Goiters:
" " " 44 and Oalf Pjw-qiarterSboee;
" Calf Pump hole Boots
ALSO A good assort- ent cf Koya and Youths, e
every style aud quality, all of which are offered low fo
cash at No. 21 Fublic Square.
JuneS. SNYDER A FRI7ZKLL.
WILL find at PNTDER A FRlZZELL's a beaatirul as
aortment of Gaiters, Slipper. Kid Boota and Bua
kin. Also, for Mi-ses and Children, a general assortment
oi Dires,cneap lor casn. ta:i at s,o. 21 Pi.biic Sq-am.
J"ne8. ENyPKB A FK1ZZELL.
(Succetteor-s to Robertton A Dashieli,)
NO. 14 I'OLEEfJi; STUEET,
SlUi OF TUE TF.r-l0.
The only Cnsli Store in IVasIiYille.
UJT. are now receiving our Spring assortment of Boots,
Shoes, e., and propose ee:liug l-em at the lowest
price lor UAfti. uer stock coniists in pan or in ioiiow
Ladet Heeled Last. Gaiters, plain and tipped;
do do si iv aod front Lace;
do Heeled Sid and Morocco liooirea;
do Wit do da;
Misiea Last. Gaiter, all styles:
do Morocco and Kid Pump Bootees;
do do Welt do;
Children Kid and Moroeeo Half Tie.;
do do Boot;
Lailies Kid toMrtttrSlippent:
do Velvet and Lasting Slippers;
do Kid buskins.
Gentlemen's huper ttltehed Calf Boota;
do do Pnap do;
do Calf Pegged Boots.
Boy's and Tooth' Calf and Kip Boota;
Cent's Cloth Congress Gaiten;
do Last. do;
do Low qtartered Pat. Shoes;
do Ca'f and Pat. Oxford Tie.
We have a Urge assortment of Trunks, Y a Haea, Carpet
Bags, Hat and buunct jtoxes, every sly ic usuaiiy fua4 la
Also, a large aertront ef Hate for Plantation , (oft
fa-sin er. li.u, Saring ityte. We are determined to of
fer tnduremeau to Cah purchasers.
aTjifc BatPSlIAW A RrTLAND.
A RKTIRLD P.IVtlCIAN.
Whoste sands of Lie aM, nearly ran oat. eisrew-
ered while ta the ias lodres. a ewrtala cere for Coa-
saujpttoB. Anhs, Krooeii.ua. C.a, Coktt, aad Gee
ral Drbi.it. The remed wa. d. marred bv htoi wi
hta only etuid. a laaxbier. was nvea ao le dt. He had
car J maeh of the wvaderful rmtoraitsc aad bealiag
ooalttie ef peepara'iona ni frora u.e ttit India tienp.
and tire thought iearr-d ta, bua teat he nlctit task a
retard tor b. eh 111. He asadisd hard aod suo-evded ta
rssmi'l lis wul.v. Hwebitd was oar.d, and u b--w alive
aad w.ii. ila fea it ew a4initrd tbe wrderf .Ireww.
dy to thoiii.n-1. i-( .vTcrer, la aU parts ai tao work), aad
he has aetrr f.i:4 la saakiea; li." rcespamly ts-aithy
aad kt-T. i b s to do aa mveh good as poMibM, he
ill aa4 to ejeh of ht arreted frliow beicg a ft-q Jrjt It,
this recipe, a nh fia an4 exp.irit ! r l-txJ f -r t&.a.it.g ta
ap, an-i nm.rmBU.u ly estag h. lie rrqai-'ea eaeh applicant
so liTcioae U oue abiuiov thr-o rrtu to tea relorrid aa
pU a the recipe, aad ih. reaain.4er tas te ; -r ic4 to
l& rameat ot u.4 ativyrtKaeBteot . 4. r
HR H. JAMS.
So-1 OraHi at.. irT City, M. 3.
I ta I
a. ur. it. Jaa&a kas aJcr tt&rm Jr no
K writ, a :a,e bare its'., aaJ lvrl a
I ! lt i Ktl frata ao BLM L1 No. IS UfaoA BWOet.
j. twy wit, a. jry.
CADTIOS TO PARTlKd PDRCHASING
S. N. PIKE'S
Hag noli a IW li I slctn
THE TJNDER5IGSFD, iranuractorer and "'ef3p
proprietor of the above brand of WHISY.j'iir'f-g
would respectfully inform his customers and pur -ievilai
chasers of this celebrated brand, thatthere has appearet in
the Charleston a r. smother Southern markets a counterfeit
bf the above Whisky, being a poisonous imitation, brandeJ
similar to his brand; it passes under the name of 8. N. Dike's
Maanolia Whisky, Cincinnati, Ohio, and other cames simi
lar to S. N, rike. At there is no party in this city of the
name of 8. N. Dike, it is intended to impose and deceive
those who would purchase the genuine brand. I make this
statement to pat parties on their guard, as there are several
persons in the east and west making an imitation, and
using my name with a slight alteration. I have analyzed
several samples of this counterfeit brand, and found thatit
contains a deadly poison: this fact alone impels me to cau
tion the public, prote.-t I bos who ere liable to be iccaivrd,
and prevent the evil results atten ing the use of this
poisorjoui imitation. I lio hereby caution the counter
feiters of my brand that I will prosecute them to the full
extent of the law. The genuine 8. N. Pike's Magnolia
Whisky U distil e l from the be;t quantities of Rye and
Corn, and is warranted free from any deleterious or obnox
ious compoun I, it being a pure aad healthy beverage.
Many parties have recently commenced making a brand
of Whisky called Magnolia, but they are an immitition
of my trade brand, so be careful t: d get the only genuine
Magnolia Whisky made in the United States, and distilled
only by me. SAM'L N PIKE,
apr20 ly No. 18 and 20 Syexmore-st.
Cheap Cash Store.
C0EKEB OF WALNUT AND IB0NT STREETS,
Wood and Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
Hoofing Material, &c
125 dot Band Boxes;
1 .O0 Zinc Wat-h Boards;
15,000 Plow Handles;
70 nesta White Pine Tubs;
125,000 Cane Fishing Poles;
800 aai'ted Liquor Kegs;
10 dot B B Cedar Cans;
200 pkgs cov'd Buckets;
860 doxen Bail Boxes;
200 nests Tubs, painted;
275 uos Varnished and Three
21.000 ass'ed Broom Handles;
175 dox white Cedar Buckets;
2O0 dox Tar C ns;
800 pkgs Half Bush. Measures
25 " Nest Boxes, yarnish'd
75 dox Pine Churns, assorted 200 " Painted Tubs and
15 " B B Cedar " Keelers;
100 nests white Cedar Tubs; '125 dot Well Buckets, ass'ted.
If AS li ET WAKE.
200 Willow Wagons, common
700 nests German Market do
180 " " extra;
80 " Clothes do;
800 " Carts, common;
500 " " er. fall tops
400 dox Feed Basketa.in store
and to arrive;
75 Empire Cabs;
200 dozen assorted Market
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
25 dox Children's Rattan and
150 dozen Willow and Rattan
5 dos as'ted Office Chairs.
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Summer
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Baskets; Work, Frail
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work made to ordea.
100 dos Feather Dusters; il00 bales Alicant Mats;
500 " ass'ted Shoe Brushes; 50 Jute liark and Skeleton
100 " ex. Scrub " Mats:
45 Rocking Horses; 1 25 dox Toy Air Pistols.
COHDAGE, TWINF.S, Ac.
lOOool's lif and i Inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
10 coils IV to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 colls X, to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 dos Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
100 dos Hemp Bed Cords; 100 bales Carpet Chain;
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; 1,500 lbs Wool Twine,
4,500 lbs Flax " 800 lh Seine Twine;
175 bales Batting; ,'l.Vi reels Hemp Packing;
3 Wicking; D colls Tarrea Hope;
60 " Wrapping Twine; 1150 " Jute Rope;
1,500 bandies (Frund) 1 angerman's Wrapping Paper;
1,800 " Mcrrrepor'a do do;
2,000 reams Lockiand do do:
150 reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 " Ham " I 70 Batting do;
64,000 lbs Roofing do, dry ; 15,000 lbs Roofing do, satu'ted ;
CAN DLLS, A c.
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candies, Stearine Candles,
Starch, Geiman Soap, Ac.
IRON ItOCND KEGS,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
ers' use, constantly on hand.
Pine Churns, 18, 20, 22, 24 inch Red Cedar do 1 , 1 8, 20. 22 do
Cerdar do 16,18,20,23 do! fainted do20,22,24 do
Brass Hoop do" " 14 " do Ifiarrel do 16, 13, 20, 22 do
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do ;
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
For sale by S. M. BARRETT.
mayl4 cor. Walnut and Front sis., Cincinnati, 0
PITTS PATENTED SMOKE EXPELLING HEAT
SIMPLICITY, neatness, utility, comfort, economy and
durabiiity are com! ined in this improvement A siugle
plate of cast iron of peculiar form, so placed with its low
er edge resting agaluat the back of tha fire place, and the
opper resting on the inside of the arch, at an angle formin.
part cf the back iuelf, without Interfering with the fu
Appertures are so arranged in the grate as to crau. a
draft suftcient to correct a smoky chimney, and the inter -
meuiale bars are so made that the heat that would other
wise escape by the Cbirrney, is arrested and reflected or
brown bsca into the room. fo alteration in the mason
ry of any ordinary lire-place or chimney is necessary. It
can be put up in a few minutes by any person of coo.it in
It bas been fairly tried before competent witnesses, and
1 be length of the back of the fire place and the Vreadth
of the flue at the arch inside, regulate the price. The cost
is but a trifle.
The Kit l't of tbe Patent for some of the best Slates is for
An experienced gentleman In tha Patent Olflee at Wash
ington bought tbe Hight of cne State as soon as It was
My address is Nashville, Tennessee.
aprl if F. E. PITT 3.
MANSON M. BRIEN fit M. M. GRiEN, JR.
CfEce, No. 47 West side of Cherry st.. Cooper's Building,
formerly occupied by Id. Ewicg.
In AVE taken in co-parioer?hlp my son, M M. Inn, In
the practice of Law in all the Caurta of Davidson coun
ty. One or both can generally be found in tha olbee.
Prompt and especial allertion alaays given to securing
and collecting all elaima. (Money aJways ready when col
1 have been constantly and regularly engaged in mv pro
fession, In the Mountain L'utrui, fur the last twenty years,
and will continue to at end to aecunng and collecting all
claims Irttnsted to my care la tbe counuee of Cannon,
DeKalb, W hue, Fentress, Overton, Putnam and Jackson.
1 have a general acquaintance with the merchant and
business uirn in tho-e counties.
Tbe Merchant of NaobriUe, and of other places, might
find it to their iuure.t lo cooler with in t in relation there
to. I refer to any and all persons who know me, fur my
ability and prompt attention to businees.
marchl7-ly MA N.HON M BRIFN.
II A Ivi: 11 Y, CON FECTI ON A R Y, A c.
HARLF8 BOBEHTK.V,(ltte of the firm of J. O. A C.
kc-rrtep, broad s rertjeontmues his buxneu at Nu
ll, Market street, (oppoaiU Morria A Mrallcn s,) where
he tm prepared tw execute and fill all order, in ail the
braLcl.es of 11. k-nr. Confectionary, Ac.vi b which he may
be faverrd. Hi material are Iresb ar d of the fcat quali
ty, aod be flatters himself, that he can give the nol i r
feet tstLtacUc n. Lewui ecil by wholesale or retail, and
oideis f cm a cialanee are rolicit'd. tie returna ratrf I
tbar.ka fur tb larye patronage Lo b.s ber.t.dLre KCttttd,
ano p,.Jis hiuwcJ lo mcru a euumiuarice of ti umi.
Ctiumpugine aud Sweet Crab Cider
A f bbi of the above la store;
JUlU bbl Peaces N .f;
SO bbls fort rbcli Almoods;
10 bb EcglUh Walnuts, a4 frcah;
lObba Fi oeru;
10 bbi. 0 .can Nuts;
1 doa New sork Ale Fampa;
10 boxe Lemons;
It-Obox-tK D. Cheese, In good order;
lit boxe O. B, "
fortalebv J.6. R0BRST50N,
jaty 1. 17. ' tiroasw.y.
C. EI. STEWART?
Wholesale aud It e t a i 1
GROCER V Clt'l 'lhMOV 7IERCKANT
NO. 41 BROADWAY, NAUV ILLH.
3f Tha blfbeel atarket prico paid for Country
rjuosOf ailatada- A3
NASHVILLE L U VL fi Z S TARD.
J. C. DAItDlIN,
LL7IIIFR, MlHIiLLN AND II OA It DS.
T B AVK oa hand a lar? lot of Cedar. Yellow and.
i FUonsr, t-"ar V-blteltne, Pfur rSna. Jo iia.
ItuUtf, a..Cetar, Cstdar FoaakasKi Fai lar e6;3,-t.
hava aire kiui rotlisg foplrr aad Cex-,r, sat area.iajt
oa.r, and sua le iow Fiao Fiuwrtay. oo Miior mt a
aioc, aaaaiiig So. 1 t oyiar -Mjin r. Ail Ib waiMnl op-et a
Uea. I eaa aopp'y any s-iacu.y ef Lesbb; or Mncia at
tbe ahorteM cmm aod at t&e la prM for li. eaab.
Lease jt tMdof st prvdtpt auentia wnh
A. C. AtPE?f,
asarcLSl NashviUa Lomber Tard. .a. Ill Kisoiway.
it AauJ u4 kit A- Vy
SsTf. PIKE'S J
C E Tj E13 RATE Y) ff
QlfacfivcUa Jfiiskey J
FIRE INS URANCE CO
OFFICE North-West corner of the Public Square, over
Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office- They will take risks on
Dwellings and other Houses, Goods In Store, acainst Loss or
Damage hy Fire. Also, Marine and River haxardj.frota
and to all ports.
Also Negroes against the Dangers of tie River.
si a xofoag :
JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VAULT.
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G. M. FOGG, p. A. OWEN,
ALEX. AILISOV, JVMES FLLTS,
S. H. GARDNER. v. p ALLOWAY,
W. 8. EARTN.
JOSEPH VACLX, Pre.
A. W. BUTLER. Secretary. oct4 t
INSURANCF ROMPAN Ye
(ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THL5 COMPANY being fully organized, acordine to char
ter. Is prepared to write Policies against LOSS or DAM
AGE BY FIRE, on BuMdings. Goods, Wares and Merchandise
generally. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favora
Life and Negro Policies granted at Curren t rates .
OUce, No. 50 Cotiegestreet, East side. between Union st
and Public Square.
AT.EYANDFR FALL. W. T. RWRPY.
ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODS,
JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN,
HrRY HsRT.Js, R. C. VeNATRY,
THOS. W. EVAN". wnon McCRF.A,
ALEXANDER FALL, President.
James Walksb, Secretary. my 9
" nashvilleTnsurance office.
ETNA INSURANCE C03IPAIVV,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, $1,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRE li.lRANCE COMPANY
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS, 1521,000.
PHOENIX INSURANCE CO.,
CASH CAPITAL AND ASSETS. 2G5,000.
Farmer's and Mechanic's Insurance Co.,
CAPITAL, 1,250,P00-PAID CP AND ASSETS, 1523,000
New Tork Life Insnrance Company.
Fire, Marine, Inland Hull and Liferi.ks taken on equitable
terms. JOSF"H NASH,
No. 2"i Coll-r street, opposite the Sewanee House.
Nashville, Jo. 221. 1-67.
IITM. T WRIGHT A CO. would respectfully Inform th
v v citizens of Nahvilie and the public generally, tha
they have porehnsed the e 1-known livery ftabir and at
the stock and fixtures, forrrerly occupied by Wm. J. Phil
lips, on Market street, iust below the Square.
We are prepared to board horses, by the day or week, In
We have first-rate lots and box-stall to aecomrrodate
Drovers, and all our friends who may favor us with their
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaclion In all sase.
We have a 'arte number of fine Saddie-Horses and fine
Bucgit-s to hire at all times.
The fart is, we do not intend being surpassed by any
Stable in the southern country. Come along and see fur
yourselves. WM. T. WRIGHT A CO.
fehS 1 y
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
CHURCH STREET, NASHVILLE.
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOR.
IF vou wish to hire a fine HACK, a fine HO'tSf or BUG
GY, a One SADDLF-HOhSF, a FCRNITURK CAR,
BAG -A'-F-WAGON.or anvthin in the LIVEKY-8TABLE
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 eutom,
N. R. I have always on band Horses to sell.
JanSl o M. 8. COMBS.
ON DEADERICK BETWEEN SUMMER AND
T EMFMBER the new two story Stable, new Buggies
IV fine Hor es. In fact, here Ut8 place to get an A No
ALWAT8 ON HAND,
The best of Horse-feed, Hostlers, and every thing in the
Paid to boarding transient and horses on tale.
We have good Carriage rootn. Come one, come all, and
we guarantee .atisfaction.
All we ak is a share of the public patronage, which we
are determined to merit.
marcbSO LAWRENCE A CO.
U. I a. WVAliliKY,
ruoT.ESALK grocer, pnoorcx dealer,
CO JI iM INMOM EH.CI! A T,
AKD PKiLXa 19
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
IRON CASTINGS, frc,
COENKR OF FRONT AND BROAD DTRKKT9,
TTAYING purchased the stock nd taken the Stand
I I Church Anderson, the undersigned is prepared to ao
commodate his old customers, and such new ones as may
give him a call, with the very best lirocexie that the mar
ket will afford.
tWUe will buy all kinds of country produce, usuall
brought to this market. Ijyl4 R. L. WF.AKI.KY.
D. IV. RUSSSLL,
MANUFACTURERS' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
OFFICE AND STORAGE AT
R . L . WE A K L E V S ,
Corner of Broad and Front Sts., Nashville. Tenn
DraneAHale, Cinclr.natl; tiran, Jtennett A Co. Pittsburg
Crane, Breed A Co., do; C. Hitmen A Co., do;
Is. M. Itarrrtt, do; S-nlth, 'liitt.rln Co.. La;
H.G. McComa. do: Houseman A Smith. St Louia,
And Mr rchanu of Nahtl:ie enera!l.
ff" Orders hsnde rre for Pittlirg. t ln-innatl, Louis-
rllie or Ft. Louis manufactured articles will be t omptli
TAX NT SHOP.
CIIA1U.KS F. RKC.CIN,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND
Orn a m ent a 1 I a I n t e r ,
No. S3 College Street, np itairg, opposite Eewanee
, . House, Nashville, Tenn.
WHOLKSALi: li HOC Kits
Cum mission Wv r c li a w Is.
No. rtH 3Iaikft Street, Nasltville
Ji. T. FlA:."IINi,
OIYXA 1 Vanf A I a l A 1 V V Val ,
63 Union St.. NASHVILLE,
(Between Cherry and frurrtner streeta.!
((3P Orders from the Country promptly atteuded to. -Tt
TO THE CLOTH tS WE A MSG PUBLIC;
Rovse & Elverson,
Dealers in itei.tlvOIatle Clolliins
ND GE.NTLEN'ES'S FURNISHING GQODS
f0.20 11 ULICfsiQIAIIC.
F.J A VF ut received their large and varied aaortfBst
M'UING AND SUMMEIl GOOD3
eonsl'ting of eviry varie'y of fabric ured In the trost
fhional le circle much a- Ca-I n-ereit. Trap H'f.ie, A'pacas,
LineuaaaJ Marriile-,of ever .hade and variety, and ail
of li. em cut a a 1 mad. eipesU for tM mar et.
1 heir sioet of Uentie-nan' f urnl'l tuj tioodt la now com.
pleie, and lo poicl ot ilcl:Dt-s. variety aai ctieapncM has
only to Oe esa-siined, to be admired.
In adui ioo to the above, they hate a large and va'ted
stock of Clo.bs, Auis srsi, etiof. and I naui(, just
received from ibe In porUr wlcliiLey will make to oro.ra.
lo ie lo suit the taat. of tr- u ott fa.nukiua. apra.
UooiA Xcws for tUc Uoys!
Rovse & Elverson;
nAYEJCr FtOtlVKJ, a new and weD aclst4 as.
Mwtir.eot uf lio' au4 wh.l-iren't CUKhmg suitable tor
Pprtatf aad ranio x wear, a'o a chmc lot of tvjj elurta,
wmio mu4 eoiored, olucO ley aij eil at the very to est
eaah prce. , . . apt Ai.
CLIFTON & ABBOTT
UT Ot Ll rrsr-se'.faDy il the u.,.i a f ifmf fneuds
bl thepubiie genera ty to IScir preaaua anuck f
Hvrluts aiu Summer Uootls,
una.uig of Men's aal
toys Ciathiaf of aa style aod
ia the greatt vanetv, aicoog which are Kriiuli Half-Ho.,;
a euparuif artk F.ucy aad Citoa lUif llje; Merta
ket tialf H.c; apai. Do Jaiuv.), Loutoa. A4 a great
vaneir of o.Wr Ncs.X lies, a ery rich astriutcot of lai
a a Crasats, tu, faiO, IaJo Thread aad fcllcr tiiares,
alaw-it. kjcr so kre blartv; tbist Cu .ar. bMb
raoey aaJ tbiui 8i i'r, aud bhirto; virriii., Lc. i
TtrtaJ ai4 Jcaa eh.r'j ai.J Drawer. rbe ifijii
asiobg aaiatof arue . too aiHueruit set hmulsx iiut t-
n-.l. p 1 - II
us, ai-ad s
G00DE & BLACK.
ATTORNEYS AT LAV
iij:s.a. cor.vn. ti:xa3.
RAILROADS, STAGES &
CHARLESTON AND S ATAKNAH
, FREIGHT LINES.
TltrooarFi T? n few from IV raw Yor Ir svntl
lJlllftd?IpIl to TVnsltville. In mil.
nerlinn witli !ev York and Phil
tidelpliin Menmshlp l.inrs. to
ennfinne tvllhout HltsTtion.
from Islet Jute t 1st of
First Class, per 1C0 lbs- 10
Second " " 1 TS
Third " 1 M
Boxes Hats, 2 93
Furniture nd Carriages boTe, and other light
goods not enumerated. Carboys of AciJs, or
other Chemical", per 100 lbs., 4 20
Piano Fortes. Pooka, Stationery. Poota, Shoe, Llonora
Oils, Ac. In bottles. Camphine and Spirits Turpentine, In
barrels. Cameling. China, Glass and Glassware, Cigars in
caes. Clocks, Crr rtctionaries, Cotton Card", Drv Goods i a
boxes or baler, Drngs, Frnits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden Seeds LooUng Glasses and Looking Glaaa
Plates, fat owner'a r'k.1 Ovst'-ra in cana and jars, Sad
dlery, Tin and Brtttania Ware, Teas and 8pices.
Hardware-, except such as apecified In third elas. Coffee
Mills. Afachinery, Foreign Liqnors In barrels and pipes,
Tobacco in boxes. Leather In rolls and boxes, Olla In bar
rels and ca.l. Crockery and Queersware in crates and
casks, Rice, Whiting, Pas'er, Shset Brass and Copper.
Axes. Shovel., Spades, Fad Irons. Zinc arrl Tin In pigs.
Tin Plate, Anvl'g, Vices, casks of Chains a"d Hoes, Manilla
and Cotton Cor age. CorTre. Heavy Ca-ting. Mill Gearing,
Carriage Fprings, and Axles. Railroad Wheels aod Axles
Chair and Spikes, and Ro?in in barrels.
Roses Hats, Fnrnit-ire and Carriages boxed, and other
light a"ir'ea riot enumerated ; also, Carhpvs of Acids or
other Chemicals, wlil he cha'ged at double first cia.-a
Have every package plainly marked with name of
consignee, drstinati.-n and depot f drllyery. Attention
to this matter prevents delays acd loaies, and Insures a
Goods eMnned yia Savannah, should be consigned to
Agent o' Central Paf'road, avannah, and packages mark
ed care Arent C R. R , Savannah. Ga.
Gooda shipprd via Charleston should be consigned to the
Agent of the South Ca-oMna Railroad, Charleston, and
packages marked, care Agent S. C. R. R , Charleston, S. O.
The throngS ratts a-above cover all exrx-nsea from New
York to Vahrille. .V cttnniiinn, tlravitOf, or uhacfane
cJiarrd either at Chnrletun or Saraiut:k.
f-kippers may rely orvon uniform rates and prompt deliv
eries by hoth line. Over-chargea and damagea bv either
line, will he adiudged by the agents of the Nashville and
In case of lost or mialng goods, I will take charge of any
correspondence necessary for their reeorerv, and it not
fonnd, will pay for the ame at the expiration of )! lay
a'ter notice is airen. AU notlert rf lot qcxkIx, Jkr Kah
rille or ntationt on Ma Xaihrille and Omttan'xa
Potut. rut is adilremed to II. I. Anderton. Suii't .
Merchants when In New Vcrk will receive every Informa
tion and assistance In shipping, by applying to the Agent
of the Chsrletrtn line. No. 193 Brcadnar, and the Savan
nah Line, No. 13 Croadway.
CHA'S. W. ANDERSON,
mar29-tf. Oen'l Agrnt.
FRLIGII'IS RV SAIL VI-SSIXS A.M
IMIOHIM I ItS FRO.'TI
New York, Philadelphia, Bos
ton and Baltimore.
ANTS who may ship by the above vessels are
id that by consigning their goods to the irrnti
of the Son' arolina Railroad, Charleston, or acrnta of
Central Railr d, Savannah, tbev will he 'orwardrd flee of
e cm mis loi,(drayage and wharfage ocly charged,) and be
sent through at the ftil lowing rates :
From Charleston or Savannah to Nashville
First Cla-a per 100 lbs J 05
Second Cl ....".' 1 00
Third Clas s0
Special rates for light gooda, par 100 lba. .".".".".".".."." 9, 70
Bills' owing an-cunt paid vrse's and amount charged
for drajage and wharfage, will be msilrd to consignees
CUA8. W. ANDERSON,
maySa-tf. GenT Agent.
NEW HOI'TE TO fI F.tH'HIS "
FARE ONLY 12.
TIME Ti? ROTGH 25 HOURS.
TRAIN'S run through from Stevenon to Memphis and
make close connection with Trains on the Nashville
and Chaitanooca Kailroad at Steyenson. Through tlcketa
from Nashville to Memphis sold for f 12. Time Uirouch 23
Passengers shcnld leave Nashvi le on Ihe 5 o'clock P. M.
Train, whirh arrivea at htevenaon at 9:15 A. M.. and con
necta with Traina fur Memphis. No delay except In chang
ing cara. 0. L. ANDERSON,
Pr j Ticket Agent.
TENNESSEE & ALABAMA RAILROAD
ON and after Wednesday, April
rnn as fotlows:
1st, 1SJ7, Trains wtU
MAIL AMt!IOU. FRK1QHT rAS8E30l.
Leave Nashville 00 a.m. 8 49 p.m.
Arrive at Thompson T U a. m. fi.40 "
Leave Thompaon S.SOa. m. fi.no
Arrive at Nashville 10.18 a.m. T.88
Passengers from Nashvillo by the Morning train. break,
fast at Franklin.
Stages connect with the Traina at Thompson's.
Through Tickets for Memphis. Wavneaboro', Jackson,
ruscumbia, Florence, Pulaski and Columbia, can be pre.
;ured at the General Stage Office, under the Verandah
Hotel. Nashville. W. O'N. I KRKINS.
march 1 tf
Nashville and Chattanooga
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leaves Nashville every morning at T:43.
" " evening at fi.
" Chattanooga morning at 6:30.
- evening at
Arrives at Chattanooga every evening at S:80.
' morning at fi:S0.
at Nashville " evening at 4;2ti.
" at morning at :43.
The aay-Tra'ns meet at Tullahoma and both onnneot
with the train fiT MancheUrr and McMinnville. l'anen
gers for Beershrha t-pring. and other point on and near
the Mc Minnrlile Uiirosd should take the Day-Train, aa
the connection by it at Tullahoma is direct,
march24 If. f. ANDERSON. Superintendent.
MEMPK'S AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
nHE "ADAMS. EXPRESS COMPANY" have made ar.
A rangeraenis with the ahove Railioad for a Daily Express
Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight.
Packages, Ac. by Passenger Traina to liuntsville, Decainr,
Puscunibia, and intermediate stations on the M A C. and ti.
A C. Railroads. Small Package at reduced ratea.
(Vf Meaavnger leave Naali ville daily . t 7 o'clock, a. M.
!" Freighta to be Iorwar.led bv Express will be called
or without extra charge. eDlO-tf A. K. HOLT, Agent.
From CliarlcHf nit to New York.
rviTr.n static mam, lim:.
TORE AND CHARLESTON STEAM
jPACK - T3
Through in 48 to S3 Hours.
a? K M I - XV K K K L Y.
THE NEW PT F A M SHIP COLUMBIA, 1 00 tons, M. Berry,
NAt-HVlLLF.irxat tons T. D. lwan.
JAMES ADOFR, l.CiOO loua 8. C. Turner,
MARION. 1 !W)tl ton W.J. Foster,
SOUTllFRNtR, l.OVO tons I. M. MCHRAY
I rAVM Adger's Wharves every WEDNESDAY and
A-i SATURDAY aW the arrival o.' th. cara from the
Booth and Wtat. Tables auppl el with every luxury.
Ai u-utire and rourteoo etiromandeni will insure traveler
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin Paaaage I?a
Jik.N KT ML-SRO0N A CO, Agents,
May 28. Ceiat.ar.Tnx, S. C.
Caliia labisiiRe to New York
Weekly United States Hail Line.
I'lll NaW AND SPLENDID blDK-W li ALL oTKAM
A l. I ST A , lOtons Capt M. 8. WoobacLl.
t I.OIt I ISA. I,3if0 ton Capt. IsaaO Caowaix.
ALAUAHlAt lc tons t k, t. U. K. tcaaaca
wax lxavs aA v a as a a
K V E n X H A T U H 1) A Y .
These st:j are among the largest on the coast, anaur.
paaaed in peet,afrt or euali-'r making their passages
ia bo to Ao hours, and aracon oiaodcd by .kiitful. careful and
pollta officer. Having e!e.-ant tiaie-tooeu arouanmodatlona
thtv .ter a moil dcotrahlc conveyance to New fork.
CabtBtpataage lo Sew York.. ..13
tilccrave paaaage to Slew Ycrli 8
AgenU: FADVLFuKD, FAY A C'l, Savannah,
BAM'L L. MITCiiILL, 11 Isroadway.
acf w.w York
SCALi: OF FRICJLS
mCiTAL TOILET ARTICLES
S7 U'etalslstaxlssst Klrwct, b alu.
SIT KO'TTHJI PRICES.
Bowls'! nvraaiua Ftriy. Sic C4c-, I3o, 1 aUee, at
4. 1 1 Pr d "tea. '
Bowus s Ci-ac-rarc Una I'ts, (lija!J.) 6., IK, UO aise at
, s. l per Ooaea. ,,mn ,
sjoLB'iaaaAH'XA,oa xiaus or CrvsaaJA. rtetail 30a.,siss
IS psr tAuaen. . .
To 1 a.-.asi wrurgtrtaaod otter larf. d.aJerw.a dloaoanl
of 13 pr trom pric. atul bo raade. p thelf
p-reba-.da.U,, th. m.'.tMj '''J 1"t'-
LOWiiT t'ASd .PE'l-ES. ,
A ZHwataajr t Jji i t-Ujrvt fcWavtfMfr(
Oa order aaaoonting to ;3or over, at ens time, a ilACvuct
off) mi wai be m.de.
0a rr. r asooantiBg t I or ever, at ent time, a lUiooojst
of 1 awe at win bo tnaJe.
Oa ardersaiitooauix to ;3 er ver.ataae time, a d seoart
ef IS per Jl be eeade.
Oa orUer atfvouuag tu 413i) or over, at one time, a discount
of X pa' cent U1 bo made.
Oa ord.ra aaaoubtJCf. to i -r orer.alen Iloie.a dlaaouat
f aw per eeet will be maJe.
Ybea a.-e the aowyai urtbs, an j front which sa variaUu
eaa bo n.-i la any caso.
Fris:s of oU.tf arvk-ico may ha had an ap Vr-x'i. n.
Isaaloa, Aag. .Ms, lii. ViUXlAM toGH
trr to Oao. Oaai.NaabvlUe.Ycasu a ans
AVI dil'y evvKct.i.g
CenJ ta Jitr vf-ljik.
t a it ii At. i;,
a sapi j ui lata Cab! aa Ped.
. I. WrU.A,8r.