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NEW IWRDWAPiE STORE,
y II. H. MINCHIN,
DEALER IN v
HAODWAEE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
TOOLS, &c.
18 now opening at h's establishment. No. 4T Mrkfgt'"''
nex door to M, Barn', a large r,d "C,eV
ofHrdware,Cctlerv,Gnn,Ae, which b'Jnnd. offering
exceeding!- low for Cash, or to prompt dealer. on short
time. Anon tho leading artices now on hand aiil be
found the fallowing, vix :
Pocket and T V O-nlerv. I Double and ?logle barrel shot
Carpenters and Blicksmiths'
Tools.
Axe of every description i
make.
A UrKe asnrt-rent of Locks
H;nees and Screw. !
Flush and Sq 'are Brill.
Shovels, Sp les and F rVs.
Grindstones, Cranks and Rol
ten. Flfl-s aid Pico's.
Gurs
Mil', Oro Cat and Pit4 Paws.
Cotlnn. Wool and Horse
Card".
Trace, Hltr. Wagon and
Lor ChHini.
laraes and Collars.
Pks and Ma' locks.
Ourrv Combs and Horse
P.rushes.
sept 7 tf
FISHER, WHELESS & CO.,
(Sl'CCESSOPS TO J V,IN?01, ITORNE CO.)
CIOTTOV, Tobacco, Str,rTg. General Cnm-nlssfon and
y Prnnce Merchants, corner Broad an I Market streets,
Nashville, Tenn.. will devote particular attention to all
business intrustel to the n. j)v9 tf.
samIxgines
AND
. ELLIS & MOOI1E,
HAYTNG male important additions to onr machinery,
and greatly increased our fni-ilitie'- for manufacturing
tcah Esgimks and Machinery of every description, are now
prepared to manufacture SteJra Engines and Rollers eoual
I n point of finish and durability to any made in the Went,
and at as low prices. Having been practicaly engaged In
the Manufactory of Maehinary in Nashville for the last fif
teen vari!, and efving our personal attention to the manu
facturing Department, we feel confldont that we ean adve
satisfaction toall who may favor us with their orders at our
old stan J, Nos. 82 and 84 Market street, near Broad, Nash
ville, Tenn.
Ail kind of work for Flonr Mii'.a, Pteam Boats Saw Mills.
Tobacco Factories, Banks, Jails, ac.,Ac executed promptly,
and at the loweat rash prices.
HEW IEON F0U1IBEY.
ELLIS &. MOORE
BEG leaTe to Inform their friends and the public that they
have now In operation a large and extensive IRON
FOUNDRY, adjoining our Machine 8hop and are pre
pared to
FILL ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY,
For every description of ASTIi;S thatmay be called
for, and as cheap as it can be done west of the mountains.
Mill Gbarino, Hokhk Powkks, Sash Weights,
BasiVaclts, Wi s ix w Sills and Listlbs, Gbati Bars,
Watkr Whkels, Cohs Crcsurh3, and all Cabtihos,
ased in the construction of Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Furnaces,
and Dwell'ne-s. made to order at short notice.
We will also fumsh everv description of Steam and Water
Machinery at the lowext prices Patters made to order, and
no charge for use of patterns whicn we have in onr Foundry
The highest prices paid In work for eld Iron
FLLI3 ft MOORE,
82 Market street, near Broad,
Jan. 7, 57 ly Nashville. Tenn.
CIGAR MANUFACTORY.
rrITE un-lerii ned are row verv extensively engared In
J. the manufacture of all kinds of Ciear, and are en
abled to compete successfully with any of the Eastern
eitief. One of our firm, win ha ch irge of this depart,
ment of onr buiiness, being a practical Ciear-irak-r, onr
canto ner mat teiy upon ve'ting snco trnodn a are sure to
give saiisfa-tion, and which we will guarantee in everv in
stance. We can a-"ire our friends anl cu?to rers that we
are maklno as fine Cigar- as ever eame from Havana, we
Import dire -t fro th. re thu finest Tohiecoi, thereby aav
Ing considerable duty, we are en ibl d to f-ell our Cigars
when made at much loer raei thai anything like the
same ariiclj coui 1 ni lTtprt-d, th-n why not
Enciiinase Home liitliintry!
Call and exiiuine for you' selves at
LYONS CO,
Eept4. 19 Cedar street.
TTAYINO an'iclpated the lare demand that is soon to
J. A. be mate for goiKM of all Kin Is tins crmng pall, we
are coa tm'ly r-cciviug aud hae no on hand an im
mense sto:;k of
Fine Win??, Bran :Iis, anJ Liqonrs,
! AM. KI.MiS.
CIGARS, TOBACCO, AXD SCXDR1E3,
which we are oCV-rl i at 'he ver. litest poisible prices.
Particular atienuon paid to all order .
I.YOV9 A CO.,
sept4. '. 19 Cedar street.
3. Vk. ( l!UUY,
Fhic"i1 U2idcitalcr.
I AM prepared lo farni.sh Coffins of every description,
fro-u the fine Caket to the plalneit Servant Coffin, to
gether witvi everything necessary fur finerals All orders
left at mv Ware Kno nt, lea.lerick street, next door to the
Up and fp Livery tft-ble, between Cherry and Summer
streets, will receive my prompt attention both day and
night.
Furniture repaired or made to ordar in the bet style
,uiy2. J.U.CURaY.
i'E&ftO FOIITES,
Zjl3.xLr Grlassos,
WE have now In Store a fine stock of uTi.-f ,m
Pianos, Meiodeons Window Shades, iiJS
Artists MaterialK.ic, and are still manufac-
taring Inside Blinds and all kinds of Gilt Works have
recently added largely to our stock ef -
ojcin a.mi:. I toit .iiniitoitr, c.
In a word we intend to KEKP UP WITH THE TIMES,
please our customer and indcce 'hem to patronise iomi
oitead of sending abroad. W. A R. FREEMAN,
i'eb. j . No. 12, College street.
SUMMER
ARRANGEMENT.
1857.
COMMKBOINO
MONDAV, JLNK IS, ISM,
1857.
AX I)
Columbus ;nv ?wcnl;
53
El
-J.A1LKOA1).
ExcuMvia-v ass r.AMim itotxr..
ON AND A FT kit THIS DATE THE
ii r' i.: .111.1311, via con.'Jiiix's,
13 THE ONLY WRrCT RUCTK to and from Cincinnati
and Cleveland, the only ro.ite r.mning cirj luto the Lake
Shore teot at CleVeUud,an.l the only route with uniform
gauge from Cinciouaii t Cleveland, Uuukirn, VViieeiian
and UteubenviUe.aud buOala.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA C0LTJMBU3,
IS THE ONLY KOUTK with rc'iable oou.iectijn to and
from Cinciunati an I V ittsburg.
ANV OTHER ItoUt'E I'ittbu-g psen.'ers depend
at Helletont tine Or Furre tuu trains tru u luiiiaaapjh ad
Fort Wayne to go East.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS,
IS THE ONLY HOl'TE to aud from Ciuo.nuaii and Wheel,
lag or Steubenville.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA COLUMBUS,
IS Tlli ONLY rluUl'K toan i fro n Olxti im I, Jnlu.nbua,
Crestline, CleveUud a id Wucelinx, Willi Lighiuia Ex
press, without chauge ol oar.
This is a grealcuiulort lo lajies and fauiilie.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, VIA CULUM8US,
BEINO THK BrtO III' K.Sl" KOUl'K from Cincinn ui to th e
Kut, a uniform au l safe speed is miu'.aiued. Connec
tions are certain.
BY ANY OfHRR ROUTE from Cincinnati a dinerous
peed I required to overcome disi4nce and daavs in
cnangng iiuwunsn t ojage at tfclicfuuiaiuo, torest
and Canduaky, and Clyde.
'riiiton;u 'I'icki: r
VIA
WHEELINT,
jlKUUL.N'Vir.LE,
Fli'i'.UJiM,
CLEVELAND,
BUFFALO,
NIAGARA FALLS
To all the Kastcrn Cities.
RAG GAG li CHECKED TlUWUQll.
NO CHANGE OF CARS TO CLk.Vk.LANU Oil WHEELING.
Three Uaily Eaateru Trains at ti A. M., 10 A. M. and
8:80 P. M.
FlK.iT TRAIN Cleveland, Pittsburg, SteuHenviile and
Wheeling Liehtoiu Kxpre-s Leaves Ciucmnati at 6
o'clock A.M. Inr alt the Eastern cuiw, ilio, letroit via
CleveUud, riiriuUcJd, kV'ilunuguon, Cuclernle, LaacAJlcr
and Zincsvlile.
Tin iraiu r.iops between Cincinnati and Colambus at
Lovelin 1, Morrow, eni an t ln loll only.
8EOONi I'avi-Cuivalaud, Fitistiurg -and Whs.liug
Express Mail leaves C.ucu.u.u at lu u'iock, A. 1., via
Cleveiaud, t'titsburg sua WiilcI, lor ad the Eastern
itie.
This train atop at alt points between Cincinnati and
Columbus.
Tltltt J TRAIN -Ac-umiuuJ-tUon -Leaves Ciuciaa.ti at
o'clvck P. M , fr opriunDtW, tVi.iuu.gtou, Circicvilia,
Lancaater, Z;ieuie aud c'oiuiuuus
Th s train slops ai ad puiitu bciwctut Cinciunati and
Cilumhus.
FOUKtll TR AIM Cleveland, l'ptbt.rg, Stubenvl'le
and vtniuag irf av. atpret tve vl ooiuaau atb:i
o'clock P. M., Via CletelanJ, I'm bur;,', Jljubcuvii.e aad
Wheeling, tor ail ton s'oisrnc tki,
This train atop at all puuiis between Cincinnati and
Columbus.
Oue train on Buuday at 8:Ji o'clock P. M., fur Columboa
nty.
Trains run by Co.aiiiba l.iua v.u luiuutc fxicr than
Clncinnaii time.
Fare Low us any other lluute
yOU TUUOCdU TICCaTf)
And all inforinatlon, v'3 i'i'!y l oloe, No. 8 Bur.
net House. secjua aor et of ttut street, i;j (uMa
Home buit nn, and Old OJloe, sautli-eAt cotjar troad
way and ront, oi.paa hpoocer Uuasa, or at d. axi.r
(Hale Miuit U.vl, at twal street.
Office hour.froia A. M. unii'v, r.M.
E. y, rULUSat, UcomaI Agent,
AtiC OMNIBC1 LINE CAif for iciifir at all tha
principal hui.is for cn tui every Iraiu. y lea.iug s
ractious at eitner af tuo OvV o.njea, wul call t tou
ers n all luiuul tU citj , w.Unjat '
"jjlO. ' il.B.lttUuLU.CVnJiacio.
E. lit. Iasseoei, -
AUCTIONEETw & GNKAL AGENT -
W0ULU o2cr his ervU to the fubUc a Aul Ut
saie of
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
or other spccici of proj-erty, either ia to" a or coatitry. B
lag d eter-umed to dvo my time lo the bot bitie,
aud having had eoiniusr bi expciicUuv, 1 t,ur uilssi.
thai I eau give aatisfaciion Ui thoM ltd miiUiKt lua
that line. 1 " always be found at U.e taJ.iUus;-ti-.n
t the "Patriot O f ct." "bere.tn m) Abjeucc,wriieiaa
ke left, i will a' JA-d thai aies uf
' jMa i
of the
2so. 4i, South Market Strfet,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ANVILS.
VICES, BELLOWS, STOCES.
AND DIES.
CAST, SHEAE, GIB.MAN AND ELISTE2
ETEEL.
SHOVELS, SPADES, FOES, BAKES AND F0EK8,
HAMMEES, FATCHETS, AND FILES.
CARPENTERS', COOPEES", AND BLACKSMITHS'
TOOLS.
CIBCUTAR SAWS AND SAW MANDEILS.
WILL, CBOSS-CTJT, AND EAND-SAWS.
'., AXES, NAILS, CHAINS, AND HAMES.
KNOB, FLATF, GUN, PAD, AND
TEUNK LOCKS.
MORTISE
AND
ALSO A LARGE IS30RTMENT OF
GUNS, EIFLES, AND PISTOLS; TABLE KNIVES NT FOFFP: POCKET KNIVES SCISSORS
AND SHEARS, OF EVERY VARIETY.
Forming In all the Larpest Variety nd most Fxtenive Ffrek of b kind ever offered to be Ns-bvlVe Trade or pnr
roanding coontrv, T 11 r.f which e offer at GPFATI.Y FDI'CFn PRIPTfJ to CabW rrros or Prompt "Tito Ccs
tohkrs on fix Months Time. We will from now onMl Ubckhbrr 1t offer iitri isnrcniT9 to cash bctRS and
FRTicrti.ABLT 'olicit the s'tention of every Country Merchant vigir D the -"arkt to oar nnusua'ly Large htcck of
Edob Tools, Gcsa, aD Cctlkrt.
i,2l7 tf.
McCl.lTRK, IJUCK & CO.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Workers,
NO. 15 MARKET STREET,
IT AVE alwsy. on band Tin Plate, Sheet Iron, Tinned
' Conner Hi vets. Castings, Parlor and Chamber ftrates
"toves. Tin ware and a complete assortment of ar'icle usn
allv kept in our line.
Ooontrv Merchan's are requested to call and examine
onr 8toct before n"rcbaing elsewhere, as we are preparer!
to fill their their bids upon as good terms a any house out
West. J aD"i'
TU8T received, a lot of Superior Floor Scales,
form and fonoter Scales. jan29 McC,
Also, Plat
B. A CO
A
FIN F lot of Castings of all patterns on band at
jan29 McC. B A Co.
IXTEare now makine WrouirM Tron Stoves a little bet
ter than any house in the Lnited States.
Jan22 . McC. B. A CO.
TIOOIrlNri. Outterine and a'l kinds of Tin, 8i?et Tron
IV and Conner Work done in the most workman-like
manner, and at the shortest notice by
jao29 McC. B. ft CO
Marble Monuments, &c.
Til. J. lielton
TNFOSMSt his friends and the public in gen- C
eral.thathels now prosecuting the Marbij
UrrsisiESfi, in the shop on Cherry street, next ys j
door to the Vnion i J American, where he .y5- 1
will be pleaed to attend to the orders of all b
whomavwantworkin his line done. He has fi.'-'X.
and will keep on hand, a supplv of 6 ! h&
MARBLE MONUMENTS, TOMES, &c, VH
Manufactured of the finest Italian and Araor.iC C
ican Marble, in the best style of the art. All - ' . i
of his work will be warranted. mar 21
McKENZIE & WILSON,
ORIGINAL Patentees of the TENNESSEE AN, a Wrought
Vj Iron Cooking Stove for families, hotels and planta
tion-.
We are now manufacturing 4 'es of these Stoves, which
r made of Tennessee Wro ikht Ircn, aud have never
filled to ple.fe tho e who have them in ue. A diplo-na
has been awarded bv the Mechanics Institute, and prem
ium by State and Division Fairs at different times. We
warrant 'hem not on'y to he gotten up in the best style,
but also rn'rint tbem to plea-e those who purchase.
Prices t;s; 75: 1 1 .', and 125.
Cast Iron Stoves from best Dianufactories, for wood and
coal.
Office and Parlor Stoves;
Ileatinif Stoves, in great variety;
Ironing Stove and Furnaces.
TO IHTIf7FJlS.
We have on hand a large assortment of COMMON and
PAIII.OR GKA Tr'S, from the princi al manufactories of
New YoH, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. To persons who
buy by the quantity, we will sell at low prices.
- Heating Furnaces,
We have on hand Chilson's famous furnace, for heating
dwelling houses or public building-:, which obtained the first
prize at the Chrvstal Palace, London, over the furnaces
from Rus ia, r ranee, Germany aud England that were put
in corr.petition.
We sell these at Eastern prices, with the freight added.
McKENZIE ft WILSON,
July 15. Nanhviile.
MANCFACTDRER OF
CoacU and Wagon Harness,
NO. 14 DEADERICK STREET, NASHVILLE,
TENNESSEE,
r TAVING withdrawn from the firm of Howerton ft Wilkin
son, has located at the above place, where he will be
glad to see all his old friends and others in want of any thing
in the way of business. Repairing done at the shortest no
tice. janiu ly
Get the Best.
P
lie (;fiiii n Ainbrott pe the Premium Pic
ture ia bevond comoarison ihe best atyle of likeness
vet introduced, and Und without a rival
Time cannot change them,
I,li,'ht cai.not fade them.
Dampness cannot mould thera,
Dustoan never reach them.
Rust cannot corrode them.
Made as heretofore by LAKCOMBB. 40 College st., and
put in in ti ii-top style atf.astern prices.
fif Made at no other room in Nashville,
may 2,1 tf
WM. STEWART,
MANUFACTURER OP
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware,
NO. 14 S. MARKET STREET,
N A S II V 1 L 1 K , Tenn.
r TAVING sticcee led the lite firm of Sieart ft Owen
ll and retained the oil stand, Is prepared to attend to
deniamU of bis old c istoiners and the pub 10 gene
illy. I elm in store, and will uoaauutly be receiving,
usple supplies of
Stoves, Wares, and Crates,
lain and Ename.ed Mahklkizku IkuN Mantlks and Gabiis
TATt ki-; and in abort, everything usually kept In similar -
ibliahments.
llis assortment of Stovea challenges competition, compria-
ig every style and variety, lie lias Hie
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
I mong others an article which Is in greatdemand.
He a ill manufacture fr the trade and fur retail, and to
rder, all kinds of Tin andStteel Iron Ware, and keep con
-aotly onhand a large assortment.
He invites the attention of all to his establishment, pleJg
ig himself to give entire satisfaction.
WM. STEWART,
gcptll. No. 14 8. Market st.
LINCOLN HOUSE,
Ti'i.i.Aiio.m, ri:x.,
JO. B. SMITH, Proprietor.
fTAVINO taken charge of the above Hotel, I will en
iA devor to please all who may favr me with a o til.
f invfrieti.l and the oiiizfns of Sasliville aa I Davidson
mntv. I would solicit patron !. My table will at all
jiea be provided with trie belt ilia Co j airy aSurdt, and
-.ery cAre will be taken to please all.
Thera U a no d Livery Mable contingous to thit house
rod the KavcUevillc, Mulberry, an 1 Lynchburg Alail and
auenyer L.i.tcti leaves t hit Hotel every HooiAr, vte in ia
IV and F.-ilty for t!ie abovu uUcat.it Itf o'cl.ik, f. M.
id returuiug every Tue. la, Tiiars iiy an i .Satard tv, at
i o'doon, A. !., mskuig c ':mec wiii with the Nashville
ChattAQOuga, aud MMiuuvitie A MAucae.iier Mai
rains.
Tuluhoma, August U, 1ST. ctA
ijeuir)i Itlootly I lux, IHarrhom, uuU
till slitorilerk o( Hie Ilawelt.
PHI Gra-fenbeig lia otery Sy rup, ia sovereign In all
L disorders tit the bowels. Nothing Is more injurtoui
.an the use of opiates ia such disorders. 1 he Dysentery
.ran neutraltaes the acridity and chemically alters the
mlcn'-s of the lioel aud very grid Jally cheoa the dts
targes. A thousand certiticatea of its ettioacy could be
t iu Middle Tccnossee aloue, but we prefer to give
It one, from the chairman 1 the board of iicailb, ftt
ork.
Nsw Voat. April Mh, 184S.
Mv noiltion last vr. as Chairman uf ttie Sanitary Com
ittee tif t!ii city, brought me coi-atan'-l in coutt wn h
.r.oo. u e.iiu Iriio Cnolera. Uv.enterr. 8 FaeU
.nmir under in v own observation, wf.h reference to lh
Bcacy of your Dysentery fyruplii the di.sea'CS.have been
nnniied bv ihe tealimocv of my associates on me com
itlee, and parlicuUrlv by AUermn Ie Forest, of the
r.l Ward. 8o strun.ly si I impressed with Hms Value of
ur urei-aration, t caused it to b aenl to the yurutine.
tiers the Cholera then t.uvJ, aud It ia out a lnuo re
arkable thai but a aitiK' ca-e was rr(Krted afmrsfarda.
litlurilY li. UibUAul, M. 1.
Chairman Board of tleallh, N. X.
T lie C'lilldreii'a I'auarea la well known to be
oat etticacioua iu all d.sorJers of children from one lo five
tars old. Why should i sro-thirds of all the children born
before they r live yeara Bid. II it ' not that the
ermifSitea aud all tha o her pei fal mediciuea aamlnia
resltatAeiu were nut QUI lajurioa. Toetomg and other
aeaseaof the aocood auiutuesr caaae bat little appreheo
od where Ihta u uad. Toe Dyoeuury b.rup and Chii-
n'a Paaacea are orlb.oi-.n Hutu aords t au es.pre
julyll. M ACiit. N a. a E C K w 1 1 II.
1 P. PECK & BR0.f
IATt fur ialt TWO FIN S COACH tit, TZZ
just receixd froJi New Vera. 1 !; "v
tachea are we bcl. finer than a ay .
- aught Wcalul t.'.e A.lcghsvay AIouumuis.
JUUC19.
-r-r
i i. ii:ck imo.,
i NVITE the atteatioo of eouotry dealers lo iteil stock ol
ataaics, H make a gvod article whicli witrrani.
e uv alo uu haad u tsjieie aruota, WUissb we war
tat, luueia.
i. I. VIZVK t5t JJUO.,
TATE thU day received Thrcs COACUUS, wbjcii we
..A beuave lu ! flnrr lhaa any la ftnuts-w. J.uny
UltAN. M1UUTH AMU Mill ollili.
T VS f receive! aud ia biora i
I 10 i,i ixl Ibe. Vt aat U.o,
6 ',l' lti. hLsicu lo iuj ib. Esj;
i,ijo lb. aup eu.a,,
' jt !e tuw M ;-.utc. aud itelaii ay R. C. CAVDT,
ep 1 tf i, t" i '..il.rs ttisr',
llltl'r HOtil1 t... uum a a-t...., o
) iwrtiiu kj iLir.i,: a; 0? tt,a t.liilMu y euibrutdcr
i, g(Awtiky ii, i.4UtAX.
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
UcCALL, VANEEEE & CO.,
6rCOE6SOP.3 TO
BEAUMONT, VANLEER & CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND DEsLEKS IS
FRENCH, ENGLISH, & AKEBICAS" HAKDWABE,
GUILTS AND CUTLERY,
Bis: Padlock.
SIT TEES, RIDDLES, WOVE AND
SCREEN WISE.
TACKS, BRADS. SHOE AND FINISHING NAILS.
PLATFOEM, COUNTER. BEAM, AND
TEA SCALE3. -SLATES,
CLOCKS, TflTRHOES; AND VARIETY
GOODS.
LARD, CHEESE, AWT) BTTTTEE TRIERS.
BEIDLE BITS, STIRtfTTP IRONS. EEIN AND
GIRTH WEBBING.
CORN MILLS SHELLTRS, AND STRAW
CUTTERS.
BORING MACHINES.
Kesp'-ctf'iilv.
McCALL, VANLEER & CO..
44 SOrTH MARKET STREET,
Sign oy thf Hio Pni.orK.
NOEL
Si
CO.,
WJiolesaleOroceriiaiid Dealers in
CO UXTR Y PROD UCE,
CORKER OF CO I L KG K A NT SPTtlXG STREET,
JVas illc. Tenn.,
Ktig-ars.
100 hhds fatr to choice Suar; 2" bbi Loaf Sngsrs:
10 do clar fied do 10 bbls powdered Sugar;
20 bxs Havana do
CofTce.
600 t-su, ri, Cofe: 75 bags Laguyra Coffee;
100 bags Java Coffee;
1 nn hbl PfVe's Whiskey; TShbls American Brandy;
ann do TWo' An 1" do Ma'agaWine;
4M1 do Wlsbjr,. n 1 o Oin:
IS" boxes sunpr old Brandv ."'! do Walker's super Ale;
7Shhl u hM CheTv do KO bores St. Jobn's Clarel
1fS Ho iin,,rlnr "orf ine; Wine
71 do Rmfh'i rtes. tf'kv; 7' bsVet" Champaene Wine
SO do pure R'-e do aor'ed brands;
SO do sfononoraheia do 80 boxes Champagne Cider
4'n do Fine Brar.die;
TroIrcro.
25 boxes E. S. Powell's To- 2n0 boxes Jack Fatlstaff To
bacco; bacco;
20 bois Southern Belle To- Si hxi Commerce Tobacco;
bacco; 1 5 bx Industry Tabacco.
1 0.oon Va"olMon f i "ir: 7.0 o .Tenn v T.ind Citrars;
fi.onn Joerhine Cigars; 8",oiv Brnis. s0'ted.
We w:l' ilo nnrcM-e st bt-best market prices the
fo'ionr4.r articles of conntry produce
"eaTlltr,
Father,
R.osa x.
T.a-1.
Tit'oir
tvve Peans,
Pea .
Rnt'er,
Pacs,
Tar.
IMr.
:'e n.
Tar?ing,
fun.
P(ow Lines,
Cotton Yarns,
Flour,
!.
Psi.inf Tobacco,
Pacv Urandv,
Av.rleTt-andv,
P'n'-ron'.
Corraf-e.
O'-cbrd HrassPeed
PlneRrass "
Oi n.nir.
Flav S-ed,
'Vheat,
P v.
Gat .
fo-n.
ririMH PenrbeS,
r'-:ei Anp'es,
Timnfhv "
Herds Grass "
irnr., !'
Onions,
Woo"
Racon,
Potoes e . Ac.
Conntrr dea'er. and farmers h"iff anv of the shove for
sale, will do well to call on us when thev visit the city.
Inue1"!- ff.
A. C. fHRTFR.
'XT.
R. FArfT.COVRR
OA r t r n
CO
ii 14 i r ti ' r ' u i' 1 1
(S'icee.'or. to Tlav's. vlrVpr vO
ATJCTTOV j('n (Tnrd"riFST07r WTTOTFS ALT" GRO
CERS RFCFTVTVG A'N porvitarDING
' TvTFROTTANTS,
i vn nFitus isi
FTNF P.RAVTIIF9, wyvps Afl TtMFSTTO LIQUORS.
So. 7. Pnllio Square,
Iiiiroredl Tiquors.
5 rsv. rnterl VJnevard Proprietors Brandy;
R risks OVierrv Wine;
R caV-. MsHer'a inss.
Tift Liounrs were bnneh f he roVbTstted bon of 3
G. J Poker. f. York. 'o In .tor X bbl Gd P.v
WhlV-; ?Sbbls fM xtonrbon Whi.kv.and a good ssortmen
of old Honors apd nbamp'tme.
W'e invite the trade to give n n ") and exarnln onr
stock. CRTF MrKVon.
uprT Tfl Public onre.
Smith's Bitter East India Ale.
TtfPT received r.--tamer TTastlngs, on consignment
J flbhds Rmi'h'snif'er Ale.
ft bbls do do do
lft Vf bbls do do eo
This Ale is equal to Alsopp's or anv Imported brands.
InnelS. CARTER, McKAT ft CO
100,
URT.S s,itt.'g Stock Ale.
r?S V bbl. .lo d do
0 ca"ke Yonner Pile 1, nints.
91 cV sniPr nn'' Pule ', nin.fln Juirs.)
ra'ke rtarclav, "erk'n- A Co.'s Prown Ftout.
SO cases Champagne Cid.r.
liinelH. CARTFR. McKAY CO.
Fit" I'M! PEAf lll'SIN C tXS.
TtST received, ner steamer T). A. Given, on consign-
ment. 34 doi. Cans Fr -sh Peaches Mur -iiiwljiml.
Inneia. ija r ARTFt Met AY CO.
BRSRT HtRT. JR. W. SJtCRAK.JR. JOHS 8 HART.
.TAUT MACRAE & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCER?. COMMISSION MERCHANT?
AWPnaLRS ist
WINES. BRANDIES. LIQUORS, AC,
os. 7 ami South Market Street,
NATTYILT.E, TENN.
XWI'IIS Vrr'.l for S boves containing
s I Plnn. e . msrkel Mrs. Fllis Hamnton. Nashville:
1!S V-n'mes Brandv. marked G., Nashville: for T bale Dry
Hides, marker? H. Hrowu.
ftl li It. 14 bhds co umrn, fair, prime and choice
O Louisiana Su?ar:
loil bhlsernshed "uirar;
V" bbls loaf nr;
M bbls c'ariflea S'igai
50 boxes w ire Havana i'uEar In store and fo
ale by mav'21 W. 'f. nntnnv CO.
ST A 't
A Co.'s
CAMH.I'S Ac IOj whole boxes Werk
s ""tar Cand'e;
iM) K boxes Werkfrt.iaitar Candles;
20' ' bojes do do do;
SO boe Madison Starch;
liifl boxes Fox's do:
l.rsio boxes Prescott ft Co.'a No. 1 and ertra Roap. In
tore an 1 for sale by lmay',211 W. II. G'IRD N CO.
yIIISKY Ac. l,fV'0 bbla JullJt H. Smith's Whis-
Smt bbls Chenow't's Whisky;
MH) bbls Old No'i'bon and Rve 'X'hlskv;
2ri boxes fine Bi undies. 1 Hosen esch. Inetoreand
or sale by mall W. llGOitll V A0.
S A lll lllil V MIEIiTITtifiS. lOObalea T-e
kJ and -4 tsnib irsrs;
ID b-iles 'it Inch Bagging
Id bales T- Drillimr;
M ba'e Tarl, l.aura Hi!!, an I " imner Hheetihis;
1,000 bags Cotton Yarns, all n i"iber. In -tor aid for
sale by W. H.O'iRl)N C'.
mav21 Agen's for Tennessee Vtniifye'nren.
jVJ A 1 1..-2,1111.1 kegs Shoenberer's Naila, all ies;
X l(Ht keg Hour barrel Nails;
loo keg Fiuishing do;
lis) kens Fencing do;
to kegs 4, S, and 0 In ft-ikes. In store and for sale
by mavil W. TI. GOhM. A CO.
CCAUM MAI,
,i:fsi!I SCALKSJ! 1 A full
i.J at ck cf Falrbai.W
celebrated Scales Dormant. Plal-
orm. Grocers, Counter aad Beams. Abo May and Coal
ccaiea, 10 store, lor sale at f actory prices, bv
W.U. GORDON A CO.
Sole Agents for Middle Tennessee.
K1IT 81.
ami. aixxxa. ua.usiss. a. laix.
13. L A Mlilt & CO
(Successors to Hart A Hollirgsworth.)
No. i 'lurtct Street, naltYlll',
WIIOLESALIC (JUOCKHS,
AND DEALERS IN
Foreign & Docicstic Liquors
L t. SJCICX.
OkO.
quick & mi:ai.
Comniission and Fcrwarding Herctanti,
UULWA1.I AN U KtlAlL
Flour and Feed Store
NO. 11 SOUTH COLLIOK flTREET.
tXTHITS WliKl LUL'B, L'tUjiied Flour, Bock Wheat
If Flovir, Seconds bhort,irau, tora Meal, Kye Ideal.
Data, Corn, and V lioiuiuy. in store anoi tor tale. W 1 1
b delivered tsi suj nail of Ui. oil free orebarge.
'4L1CK A at a AD,
aat No. 11 boutb. Ooilege at.
So at Invest cm Seed and Agricultural
Warehouse.
PITKIN miOTIIEUS,
13 KAIK STSrtT, L01TI5VILLX, SXSTCCSY
OCR buitk of tfcoJs i now complete, uniU!t,g la
url ol
,ivO tuhsl Kentucky la Orasa Seed;
tjAi) orcUara tin do;
5-.0 44 Ke J lopor Uerd urawa JeJ;
f.it) 44 "luuotiij do;
fxHJ 44 tiowcr 4o;
tod " o Orasgti ao;
ii3 44 iiurl o;
ttK 44 lifinp 60;
Ui " Catinry .
tJ T p Uuioct.
GARXE3 firXSSl GAR2E5 SEEDS
We are Hparad la f jrt.ik frtsa and fsauloa Gar Ja
ls, tit tlte xrwaLh of I N' t, t 1 t'.e (.o-uJ, ';.. i't'r, .t
a boxes eakst4iuttt I'iDsri y i , cr. i i.bcin. cvs
saaJ. n aaa.ar. U.iUii IMj.w..;j:;f ,-',..k.1.
DRUGS, ETC.
J. J. BEECH,
WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL
& It U G G W &
NO. 50, MARKET STREET,
id Door alote Zimmerman' eld stand, near the Public
Square,
' NASHVILLE TENTtf ,
.0!
BF.AI FB IN BRrGS. MFDTCTNFS. CHFMT-
cils, PerfurreHes, rnc.T Articles. Paints.
'aints.V
ware.
Oils. Pnttv. Varnishes. Gl. Glassware,
Brushes. 'importers. Trnse, fir'". Seeds. Instruments,
Teeth, Medical Saddle Bags, Medicine Chests, eta
OljriMfe' OKlvaric CiirtHiTes. for the enre
of Fhenmativm rd nervous diseases, also nalvntc ma
ebin for 'be care of Ehejtratifm, Paralysis and general
Nervous Debilitv, etc.
agl. J. J, BEECH.
ACiP-VCIV rOTS F1TCMFS' llACFSiid
Family Medicine. Javne's, T.oadon's, Wollow.y's
Flibbard'. nd all the ponn'ar Patent Vpdirine of the.
day. Prprhave's Po)lrd Pi'tfrs. Tboirn'on" Pcrofnla
enre. Padway's. Also, Pr. Freese's Medicine Chest and
Medic nes. ang'1. J- J. BEECH.
TA'N"VlrCS Instlv celebrated BODY 8rPPORTFTt
' or BRs CF.lonpandfamiliarly known as the Best Praee.
and admirshlv adanted to the phvieal want of delicate
female, aicted with general dehilitv, earvature of the
spine. fallingof the womb. loss of appetite. dispep'a e.
aiel. J. J. BEECH.
HAVING removed to No TO, Msrke street. 21 door
above Zimrrerman's old stand, near the Square, we
are now ready to cconirodae 'l that mv favor ns with
their pat-onape. iind we invie the attention of Conntry
Dealers, Phvs;cins ard the poblic Federally o an exami
nation of our stock before rraVicg their rurchases. as we
are confi'len we can offe' as (rood Inducements as sny
hbue in the city, and sball make it a point to VecptJ-e
bet of articles, and will be satisfied with living rrrfi's.
angSt. J. J. BFKCH.
I17E especally invite tbe attention of the Ladies to onr
large a'so'trcent of Perfumeries and Toilet Articles,
embracing HnH Fxtraef . Fr-r-ch and German Colognes
Pomades, Cosmetics, Hair Restoratives, etc.
ang31. J. J. BFFCH.
T. B. RAINS. J H. BROWN.
Druffirisls and Prescription ists,
NO. 19 SOUTH SITE PTJBTIC "QUAEE,
A COMLVTK assortment of Enelisb and American
J rhemlcals p re and nn 'dnltera ed D'ozs. fresh and
genuine Ex rscts select Po-der. c. always on hand,
' Fla vorlnc Pxtracts, Ac.
Lemon oe. Vanilla, Pine Anple. Sirawherrv, Celery
Almond, Kasnherrv, Peach and Orance extracts for flavor
in. Pet Bermuda Arrow Root, Isincrlass, Clove', Nut
mecrs.' innamon, c.,at
a'tgll. RAINS ft BROWN'S
Tanner's Oil.
I CCC GALLON Tanner's "ii, bes quality, Jus
I , II received and for sale tow at
angtl.
RAINS ft BROWN'S.
TRTTOT. BRIK OTST. and Mount Faele Tripoli for
' poli hing Gold. Silver, Brass. Ob a Ac. A new srt'cl'
orsaleat angll. RAIN'S ft BRnWN'S
JO. G. BROVN,
43 College Street, N vshville. tenn.,
PKAI.VR IS
DRTTR8. MEDTCTNES.OTTEI'ITCALS. DYE RTTJFFS
PAINTS. OILS VRVTSTTES. -WTND0W-GIARS.
GLASSWARK, PERFTJ-
WT.RT, TTVT; so HPS. TTATR
AU1) TOOTH BRUSHES,
rr'' fh? Popular Patent SMMnes of fit dav.
T' Fsncv Goo-lo. the stock a nsnal. i vers eomnlete
bavins -ecenlv received larpe additions, consisting
nsrtl v of t 'lbin". and "arln's Frtracts- French. American
nod r?eemin foioire: reli'ic's and Tub'n's "achefs: Hair
rtr.ubest fpai, Cb'na and Paper Puff Boxes; Shell, Fino,
and TresMnv fobs,
t3rrvi sn:ns!! spr rsni
RrratrvT.3 K"'nckv Ri"e1ras, srrlpned;
100
50 do o do do clean;
1M1 do TTerd rjra:
1ft barrel' pnreTi o'hv.
A T, s n
T.AVBR'Prr''st f? Akt):tT SEEDS. A eeneroi as-
qr v ft v- t "-nr'iri 'orl f-ph.
PtT?5 . rrv. trT1, -in ih.lnre rtmm-h-ad Cabbage:
1A1K- V"f -f0, ft1v1ii
AST,Tf G'fs; Tr)Trs;.TT0 vears old, gro-n bv Mr.
V. '-jt,,.
m?ATVTF!'TVY" PLAVrS Vervflne varietie frorc
iior" n 1 "or
TTTV TTtnT T?0T.TTC CORV Wbtch vl-lrl. from 1 f
to birrel" to theace At jn, n, nunf vn,
fh1 7 r'n'ln're "treet
nTOM; U Ar of everv c-ecrlp'on.
feh17 JO. O. RROWV.
RTIST'S CO I. O IIS
'ion, at
in
tube.
JO.
jf everv He-crip-
s. mowKH
pnfinris t rvipinr -V
'hI"-
ravs on hand.fhich I recei
irec from the nr'n""
feHIT
yri. c . Tr-si-s
F'OIt rilt-l If F?. Mrs. Al en's Restorer;
Wood'" Ifiifi-rr-
,Cmeron' Re'o"err
Barrr'. 'rric-r'on-
Clinh'ijrb. r'co'iheroas;
Bovle's Fluid.
tehl . Tn a mnsT-s
IOO's-V Ion'm.- A verr nn.rfor. article
made bv Barclay, Perkins A Co , in pint, and quarts.
feMT T G. nrtcu'V.
rtOBI.IVF't OI gros.lust received. Pre
pared bv Hedeeman, 'Mark ft fo.
feh17 JO. G. BROWN.
1l)i;i:ill,t H'lllS'C V. A vervsupe-
rior article, euaran'eed to be pure.
fehU JO G. BROWN.
rl.rR LICK W ATFIl.-ln ha'f barrels and lr
pint bottles, lor sale at Louisville prices
febU JO. G. BROWN.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Z It Ml H G M T,
rSreceivinua general assortment of Pure and Gcnuit,
Warranted as pure as anv sold in this city, or any other.
fact it is only necessary to say none but the beat Medicine
are cuered.
Pure Chemicals vartoua brands.
Fresh Line Juice,
Cod Liver Oil,
Congress Water,
Swedish Leeches,
Breast Purr pa a new and convenient article.
Syrinires some new kinds,
Fancv Articles some of the most beautiful kinds,
100 ox. Pure !ulph. Quinine, bought for cash and will
sold very low.
Oat Meal.
Teas various kinds also a lot of Canton Teas, to much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted Stock of Perfanery.
Wines, Brandies, Gip, Ac, for Me lical uses.
For sale by G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
apl2 Cor. Cedar st. and Square, Nashville.
A. H. X.0SC0E,
whoi sxti a awn rktail nKAi.KH is
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STTTFTB,
PERFUMERY. PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHES, WHITE LEAD Ac,
Corner of Itroatl and Market Ktw.,
f H A YF constant' von hand a large and well selected etocs
' o-tthe above articles, together with a larire assortment o
rancy articles all of vclch is ottered for sale on the mo
accommodating terms.
Alnra, 2,'KiO pounds;
Arrow Rvtot. loo pounds, Bermuda and Florida:
P.rirr.stone, MM pounds, refined.
Castor il, ?i0 iraUons;
Copperas, 20 barrels. Prime Green;
Cream Tartar, 5 barrels:
Gum Camphor. 100 pounds;
Indley, 500 pounds, Fine to Common;
Madder, 1,im)i pounds, first quality;
Super Carb. Soda, 4,010 pounds Prime;
Flour Sulphur, 500 pounds.
All of which in offered at the lowest prices.
n2S A.H. ROHCOF.
CLlIUOKXE'tS 3I.ICIIaB WORKS.
!V.lSllVIM.r, TENN.
'IHE attention of Radroad Companies, Farmers, Manu
I facturers. and all persons ilnimm of nni...in .1
home goo 1 machinrrv, such as rr.M KVGIVE, CST
IN 13 of everv de.crii.lion, ti E IJG, Ca K - W It Fs'LS ot
the rno.t improved patterns. S A tf VI M.st pitmpa a-
Is respectf i'Iv caOed o this new Fstablish-nent now grow
ing no rapidly on the pre-ni-e of tl e late Nashville Manu
factoring Co'i panv. We intend to carrv on the business
fully as eitrn-ive as before, and thsll soon be read to take
orders for M tchinery and Casting.. We bsve already
ro nmenod operations in our blacksmith shop and Boiler
yard, and aha I give immediate satisfaction to old and new
customers.
We are experienced Mechanics each of ua rtersonatli
attending to hia on departraen' and thus we shall be
able to turn out sut erior tror at lower rates than hereto.
fore done in this city. We shall warrant everv piece ol
work done at this FsUbliubment, and give rrotrpt anr;
personal attention to everv order left at onr office; thus wt
hoi to rive general aati ftrtuo. and l rst-oni.erl hv .1
friends of home aanlac ure. M. J ai'KFR CO..
iTIaiborne Machine Works, Nahvll!e, Tenn .,
Juns2I tf Late Nashville Manf. Co.
Paintinc: Establishment-
BCILUkKS, Householders, Ac are requested to take no.
tice that the Dadersik-ned. having euade the neceasarv
ariaui;euiuU, aod secured the service Of competent
workmen, is now prepared lo tak
LA KG I CONTRACTS
In the lino of hia vocation. In all iu varlooa branches.
Ia the department uf ii.il m- vtiM im. th .u.oriK
It prepared 10 execute with the greateat promptness, all
contract, auwever lare, which may be tendered, lr. a style
and upon term which cannot fail to give satisfaction.
He ia also prepares to execute all manner of BUiN AND
OSN AM a.NrALr-AlNrlNU.li SAINING ASi UAKbLINO,
having in that department aecurttd the service, of tha moat
if.-! and experienced artuta.
trie suascrter wou d reijueat persons having werk In his
Ilea to gv tiai a cail befure making Cual arrajgeoienu.
tl. 1 . ri..si!.s.u.
No. ti Colon at between Cherry and eutajaar.
BrchlT-U
to Tiiosi: who jtiDi::
KaatikctuTer cf Caxriages, Co&cttt Basie,
Ligl:eWA??caJ, Ae,
60 Laurcr Matrktrt Street, Kaabwillci
T AM DOW BlSS.'uIllrii-.. ..... ..ri.ta ,! . ., SV
i 14 atyle of Vrtiicle. hrum tf.e piur.t ' , .jS
1 ... ,1 . w . . : . T . h r-Zr
1 " " vstauviiiu ana euboral.y
tiavtrs enxv-ed Errt-c! am arerkra.a. aaJ obtained a larra
"n.uat of Ui li of eKwk.I ant prepartyd lo Aa Wur
t:ois W.U euutpar with ar.v la t !...caani'V.ei!JkT sfce
atylsyardurafat.it-. au kiada ef h.i kept saltan t:y em
Aaad, o promp,tif Hsaje or-i-r.
t. rrrtts 2n 1. 1 r'nnnllnr
Thisimjwrtaat iffiw(iujj ,t m ,. r,u: ii( a .rArr!ra
e., tukv.tcuTsl it; si a ictrevt ttir-;!.oat Sie tuf.i J,
aad ti'Adttpoa t:h tin taa.; r.ror mi -;ra it t bssat u a
ksusra. li.v.j tt c;aj nt :.i fr t.a ei'.y.l aaa ao
statu. n of i;..iu ta cotsiu,-t,ti( CT.ira, i- ia, A.
J'T fcemetabsir the p.c a L.iL'.Jt-J itf rra. Hoaa
i-i- W. -., iifAlf-sVt,
14. isi. ti.
CINCINNATI DISTILLERY.
PIKE'S
I WHISKEY I
Ciiicimiati J
OHIO.
S.IY.PIKE'S
CELEBILVTED H
COTJKTTErtl 'iiJIT.
CAUTI0S TO PARTIES PIT CHASING
S. IV. PSKE'S
JTlafjn oli a IWlii
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
THE UNDERSIGNED, manufactorer and a lerT
proprietor of the above brand of WHISKY. U'vLaSj.
would respectfully inform his customers and pur
chasers ol i his celebrated brand .that there has appeare-t i
the Charleston and other Southern markets a counterfe '
of the above Whikv. being a poisonous imitation, brande '
similar to his brand; it passes un ler the name of S. N. Dike
Magnolia Whisky,! incinnati, Ohio, and other Dames limk
lar to 8. N. eike As 'here is no psrty in this city of tr
name of 8. N. Dike, it is intended to impose and deceiv.
those who would purchase the genuine brand. I make th
statement to nut parties on their guard, ar there are sever:
persons in the eaft and west making an imitation, an
asins my name with a slight alteration. I have analyxt
several samples of this counterfeit br ud, and found that
contains a deadly poison' this fact alone impels me tocau
tion th i iin.i- , proteu thosa who areliable to be ectiive'
and prevent the evil results atten ing the use ol th '
poisonous imitation. I lso hereby caution the countei
feitersof my brand thst I wi'l prosecute them to thefu
extent of the law. The genuine s. N Pike's Magnoli
Whisky Is distil ed from the bet quantities of Rye an
Corn, and is warranted free ('ora auy deleterious orobnox
iouscompoun t,it being a pure and healthv beveraue.
Many parties have recently commenced making a brar :
of Whisky Called Magnolia, but they are an immitatio
of my trade brand, so be careful a d get the only genuii
Magnolia Whisky made in the United states, and distilh
only by me. BAM'L N PIKE,
apr20 ly No. 15 and 20 Svcamore-st.
Cincinnati. Ohio.
Cheap Cash Store.
C0RNEB OF WALNUT AND IR0NT STREETS,
CIaVCIAaVATI, OHIO.
Wood and "Willow Ware, Paper Cordage,
Hooting Material, &c.
WOO H I IE K.
200 pkgseov'd BuckeU; 1125 doi Bind Boxes;
850 doien Bail Boxes; 2n0 " Hames;
2130 nests Tubs, painted; 1 1,200 Zinc Wash Boards;
275 dox Varnished and Three 15, OOP Plow Unndles;
Hoop Buckets; TO nests White Pine Tuba;
21,000 ass'ed Broom Handles;, 125,000 Cane Fishing Poles;
175 dox white Cedar BuckeU.'ioo ass'ted LiiiuorKegs;
2o0doz Tar Cms; i 10 doz B B Cedar Cans;
800 pkgs Half Bush. Measures 25 " Nest Boxes, varnish'
75 dox Pine Churns, assorted 200 " Painted Tubs an
15 " B B Cedar " j Keelers;
100 nests white Cedar Tubs; '125 doz Well Buckets, ass'te
IS AS li IT WAKK.
200 Willow Wagons, common '7"0 nests German Market d'
150 " " extra; I SO " Clothes do;
S00 " Carts, common; UoO dot feed Knskets, in stoi
500 " " ex.falltops and to arrive:
75 Empire Cabs; 2vi0 dozen assorted Market
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra "
150 dozen Willow and Pattan
Baskets:
2ft doz Children's Rattan d
Willow Chairs;
Pick Baskets
.5 doz ass'ted Office Chab
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Summer.
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Baskets; Work, Fro
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work madetoordeA.
FASICV .OOIs.
100 dox Feather Dusters;
100 bales Alicant Mats;
50 Jute Hark and Skeleto
Mats: i 25 doz Toy Air Pistols.
500 " ass'ted Shoe Brushes;
100 " ex. Scrub "
45 Rocking Horses;
COKUAGF,
'riVIXF.S, Ac.
lOOcoi's I V and 1 K inch Manila Rope, 690 feet;
10 coils 1 to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 colls X, X to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 dox Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
100 dox Hemp Bed Cords; , loo bales Carpet Chain :
1,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; 1 ,500 lbs Wool Twine,
4,500 lbs Flax " !800 lbs Seine Twine;
ITS bales Batting; 100 reels Hemp Packing;
25 " w ickine; j .5 coils Tarred Rope;
50 " Wrapping Twine; 150 " Jute Rope;
HA It.
1,500 bundles (Frund) 1 angerman's Wrapping Paper;
1,800 " Mcgreiror's do do;
2,000 reams Lockland do do:
150 reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
175 " Ham " 70 " Batting do:
54,000 lbs Roofing do, dry ; I lS.OOOlbs Roofing do, satu'ted ;
C1MILI S A c.
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candies, Stearine Candles
Starch, Gei man Soap, Ac.
' IKON HOM KF.4.S,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
ers'use, constantly on hand.
CIIITIlttS.
Pine Churns, 18 20, 22,24 inch Red Cedar do 1 6. 1 9. SO. 22 do
Cerdar do 16,18,20,22 dolPaiuted do 20. '.'. 24 do
BrassHoopdo" " 44 "dolBarrel do 16,13, 20, 22 do
11 a. 11 i:s.
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do:
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
Forsaleby 8. M. BARRETT.
mayl4 cor. Walnut and Front sts.. Cincinnati, 0
PITT'S PATENTED SMOKE EXPELLING HEAT
RADIATOR.
SIMPLICITY, neatness, utility, comfort, economy and
durability are coral ined in this imtnovement a siuirle
plate of cast iron of peculiar form, so placed wtth its low-
er edge resting against the back of the tire p la-te, and the
upper resting on the inside of the arch, at an angle forming
part of the back Itself, without interfering with the fuel.
Appertures are so arranged in the rrate as tn c cale a
draft sufficient to correct a smoky chimney, and the inter
mediate bars are so made that the heat that would other
wise escape by the chimney, is arrested and reflected or
thrown bick into the room. No alteration in the mason
ry of any ordinary fire-place or chimney is necessary . It
can be put up in a few minutes by auy person of con.x in
sense.
It has been fairly tried before competent witnesses, and
proved successful.
The length of the back of the fire place and the vreadth
of the Hue at the arch inside, regulate the price. The cost
is but a trifle.
The Right of the Patent for some of the best Slates is for
sale.
An experienced gentleman In the Patent Otice at Wash.
mrion dou(jih iu miiioi one Mate as soon as it was
patented.
My addressia Nashville, Tennessee.
aprl if F. E. PITTS.
LEGAL NOTICE.
MANSON M. BRIEN & M. M. BRIEN JR.
AT L AY.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
Cffice, No. 47 West side of Cherry St., C.ioper's Building,
formerly occupied by Fd. Kiting.
HAVE taken in co-partner.-hlp my son, M M. Bkikn, in
the practice of Law in all the Ceurts cf !avldon coun
ty. One or both can generally be found in ihe oir.ee
Prompt and especial attention alwavs given to tecurlc
and collecting all claims. (Money alaavsrcadv when col
lected )
I have been constantly and regularly engatred in mv pro
fession, in the Mountain DiMriri, fur the Ust turrit) tears,
and will conttoue to at end to kecuncg and collecting all
claims iutinsted to tr y care It the counties of Cannon.
DeKalb, W bite, Fentress, Overt.m, Putnam and Jackson.
have a general acquaintance with the cjerthai.ta and
buiinras men in those coutjtu s.
The Merehanta of Nasbvule, and of other places, mleht
find it to their interest to cooler with me in relation there
to.
I refer to any and all persona who knot me. form
ability and prompt attention to business.
marciill-ly SIAN.-ON M. UK I FN.
IE AKKIt Y, COM I.C.'l IO.AH, Ac.
CHARLFS R0EtTSON,(late of the f.rm of J. O. A C.
hcbcrlaop, broad s reet.lrontinurs his bus nets at No.
17, Market street, (oppotile Morn, a Mrattcn's.) ahtre
he is prepared tu execute and ell a 1 order.- in all the
branches ol liak. nr. Confesttionary , Ac.ai h t.i( i. he may
be favored, ills materia are fresh ard of tl e te t uu.u
ty, and be flatters t.irorrlf tint br ran give llje a otl i tr-
fect satibf io.ii u. tie wil itl ti who e-al or retail, and
orders f out a uihl.nce arc -illicit u. lie returns sr.i. I 1
thanks fur 111. itrtt kt'iiHtcr I e h.a I rr. t. f rv rtCtlvtd.
ano piedgr hiu .c.f to oieru a cooiii.Uance of th. sarue.
June l-.-tf.
JHcales! Scalt! !
'I'HESE Scales aeigh fron. , lb to four on, the prra
1 lam ha beeb awarded t'-.u. over KairL.i.k'. ;.d
others, and bavegaiatd a retjiatiuu bo a i Ktln in
Use. The ar so ronstra. ted as to t.evr eat out ct order,
and are warranted to last aa long aa the timhr th.llbe
araaetoc, f armer aci buiiurt ineo wuhintt to exam.
ia the hcale can do ao by c.iiitii,' at
K.C. UANDY1?, Atct,
taiylS. S.Mf;.ill(, i..Khviue, Iron.
C. II. STEWAET,
Wholesale aud K e I u i I
uiiuctii a cunnisMo .tii:uciia.x
NO. 41 BROADWAY. NASHVILLE.
Ctf" Ths hljbcat Market price i t,l for Cou&trf Pro.
iuccifHtlr,l. 1 itil. . I'lv
A 8 H V I L L L U 1 B H Hill).
J. C. l)AUDi:.V,
IttLtt IS
LL".Tiiii;it, smxii.i s ao
r HAVE i
I Pie r:i
00 hand a lje ot of Cedar, Yellow and Whit
:ooriai , dear bit r";n, Povlae Plaoa. Jui.u.
can Liu j, Kuai Ceuar, piao k aad Poplar et.tjiis.
base sve Mi.U catling Pet :rr aa.i CcJr. una Jrr..,i .
Pcplar, atii ; V tow tl;i fiuonug. uao e'.ii,,;. ti .-
blue, tuastcg Na. I rtaM.)ngj. ,l in eocsta t t,ii a.
t2 t caa sut jiiy any tjuauu.y ef LabT or M.tii,t at
tt ilontsi a.i.c and at u. lowest pr.i-a jr th, eh.
Leave war order fur prompt aiUa:.oii wi.fi
J. C. DaRl EN.
aaare&Sl NaahtUle Luiukr Yard. Nj. IU bioadaay. 1
a. a.BAfxu.
r. aosTva
II. H. HAYNKS aS. CO
ACINI'S FOR THE J'L'RCJfASe
,1X1
i or tfTr,, K. w. POalti'a it.4 sfaJ, So. Si, C
INSURANCE.
TEN NES SEE MARINE
FIRE INSURANCE CO
Capital $150,000!!
OFFICE North West corner of the Public Square, over
Dyer Pearl's Exchange Omce They will take riskson
Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, against Loss or
Damage by Fire. Also, Marine and River haxards, from
and to all ports.
Also Negroes against the Dangers of the River.
' DIIIOTOIC
JOHN M. HILL, JOSKPH VAULX.
JAMKS CORREY. THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G M. FOGG, F. A.OWFN,
ALFX. ALLISON, JAVFS FLLT,
R. H. GARDNER. E. ALL0WAY,
W. g. F AKIN.
JsrPH VA t'lX, Prrs't.
Secretary. oc4
A. W. BTJTLFR
-vAsiiA ii.i.r coiTiruci.ti
IN SURA NOP n n M P A N Y .
rnritji i 00.000.
T (ALL PAID IN AND SECTJttFTt.)
niP COMPANY beinir full v organized. ac-ordine to char
ter, is prepared to write Policies again?4' LOSS or DAM
AGF BY FIRE, on Buihlinirs. Goods. tVaresand Merchandise
eecerally. Also, on shipments aeainst loss or damatre bv
Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation, on the most favors,
ble terms.
Life and Nearo Policies aranted at Cnrrerrs.tef .
OTce. No. 50 Collceestreet. Esst side between Union st
and Public Square.
directors.
at. tTTAVDFR FALL,
W. T. RPRRY.
j amfsj woons,
JOT.-N TI. FWTN,
R. C. VeNATRY,
ANTHONY W. YANLEFR
JOHV KTRKMAN,
ti'-Ky HART, Jr.,
THOS. W. EVANS.
HTGH MrORFA,
WESLEY GRFFNF
:flp.
ALEXANDER
James Walker, Secretary.
FALL, President
mv2
NASHVILLE ll!RAK'CE OFFICE.
JETS A ISSVUASCK CO 31 PA NY,
CHARTFRFD 11,
CASH CAPITAL AWD ASSETS, $1,300,000.
HARTFORD FIRF lilRACE COMPANY
OTTARTVRVp 1 5lo
CASH CAPITAL ATTD ASSETS, 521,000.
CASH CAPITAL ANTI ASSTT". t2G5,000.
Farmer's and TyTechanic's Insurance Co.,
PHILAnv-LPHI A
CAPITAL, 1, 250.000-PAID UP AND ASSETS, 525,0011
New Tork Life Insurance Company.
ACCUMULATED CAPITAL 00,000.
Fire, Marine. Inland Hull and Life rlskstsVer.cn equitable
terms. trtsvp"
No. ?S roU-re .reet, opposite tbe Sewanee House.
Vjishl'le. .l,s 921. ,r."7
(.real Cnrsnins for 1 lie Ladies.
FANCY EONTw-TFTie fm MILLINERY GOODS
CHFAP ffiR CASH..
T
N order to make roo for mv Fall and W infer Stock of
iroods I will ell the b llanre cf " y Fane Bonnets. Straw
Sonne". Jinsev". Ribhrns. F'nwer-. t mbmirleries anil
Fancv Ooo.Ip st co8T PBtcrs T am now seOine 15 Bon
nets for 7: $12 Bonnet' for SMi: 10 Bonnets for 5; fS
Bonnets tor 8. Mohair Ilesd nrefses Kid and Pic Nic
Gloves, Si'k Veils, and other goods at eo.usllv reduced
o'i'-e. Now. la'iies. is von tirre to pet prent barpains
cl eati for cih, a tt ere wil i he no credit given. Cull soon
be'ore tl ev are all gone, at No. 10 Cedar sir. et.
Julv 2. MR S J. I.T.OYD.
is a iv i i i: ! ; i i s i
f'F FRENCH PATTF'V
' I, A V
AND
MILLINERY GOODS
No. S'2 Union Street.
AT THE NEW YORK tfULIT-'ERY EMPORIUM.
TIIF Urcest a well a- the cheapest stock of the above
I Good- eve. opened in this cit v. Our tnnny customer
in the citv and throughout the State may rely on obtain
ing goon narirnins of
Bonnets, I ipseVs,
Flats and Hats,
Head Pre-res, Ribbon", and
1 rirrndnir". French Flowers,
Mantillas. ( ntroi'' ries,
Ladies Press Caps,
Pa'ert Fntenicn Skirts,
I adies Corets, everv stvle.
And a varietv ot other f incv Good
We are constantly receiving ton eth i g new every day.
p''n aod fancv
IIAIK HI,OM, iH'Mrrs a;i HATS
Blenched and shaped the present style or the new Italian
rref-od.
g ? Bonnets or Hat thnt have fulled other parties,
wtjrrnn'ert to be done up Brown,' bi v.nion street.
may1-? tf
- xviioi.i-ta.i.r: ! ki Tir,
MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT
S3
j " s
F0. SO T7KI0N STREET.
CROOK fit is now receiving and opening his
'a. Sprint S'.wk of
nVTillJ cxy CS-oods.
Merchi.rts and Mil'iners will f.nd It to thei' interest to
five him a call , as his stock is f ir superior o anv kept In
the citv. A s everv one knows wh t constitute a complete
assortment of MOiinery Goods it if useless to enumerate
articl'-s. It ia enongh for his ladv customi rs to v row th 'Mn
Crooker selected thi" stock, and with a view to be inter
ests and tai-tes of their patrons. The pub ic mnvreiynpon
being honestly dealt with, as he does but-ine- in his own
name. msrch21
LIVERY STABLES.
Zgg LIVERY STABLE.
UTM. T WRIGHT CO. would rcpeet fullv Inf.irm th
citizens ol Nashville and ihe public generally, tha
theyhave purchased the w e l-known l.iverv f table and at
the stock and fixtures, forT erl occupied by W ui. J. Phil
lips, on Market street. lust below the Square.
We are prepared to board horiea, by the day cr week, In
Q'.e style.
We have flrt-rate lots and box-s'ulls to accommodate
Drovers, and all our friends who niayfavorus ailhtheir
patronage.
w e pledge ourselves to give sat irmcton in an eases.
We have a 'arge number of flue Sa ld:e-liores and fine
Bucgies to hire at all times.
The fact-is, we do not Intend being surpassel by any
Stablein the southern country. Come a'cnir anc" see for
yourselves. WM. T. WRIGHT A CO.
febS ly
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
V HTJECH STREET, KASHVILLE.
M. S. COMES, PROPRIETOR.
TF vou wish to hire a ce HACK, a fine HORSF or BUG
G V, a fine S A Dlilr -Hl- bk, a H'KMTI'KK CAR,
IU(1 A'iF.WAOOV.or anstbinir in Ihe I.I VEIt Y-STA RLF
I.I N K, call ai the above etabli-t.u.eut and you can be ao
comuiotlaied.
Horse, boarded on reasonable terms, and the best care
taken of them in sickness and in he:il'h. Alllwi.nilsa
lair trial, ami I warrant aati-faclion to all per.ons who may
favor me with their cu-torr.
N. B. I have always on hand Horses to sell.
JaoSl o M. P. COMBS.
U. Ii. WlaAlskliUY,
WHOLESALE OROCrit, PTifUVCK PEA LEE,
O.'liM ISSMa. yt I lt II A XT,
ADD IiKALKK II
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
in ON CASTINGS, frr.,
COK.SkR OF FRONT AMI UilOAl' fTRVKTS,
Nathville, Tena.
H
A.YING purchased the stock and t.-neu the Stand
Church Anderson, the under:gnet is prepared to ac
comrno lale bis old customers, and such new ones a mav
rive him a call, with tl.e very best Groceries that the mar
ket will afford.
tPflle will bay all kinds t.l country prtsduce, usual
brought to this market. liyU H. L.WIAKIKY.
RUSS
LL.
MAS CFACTUEEES' AND STEAM BOAT AGENT,
OFi SCE AND STORAGE AT
r . l . ir ; a k l r. r ' s ,
Corner of Bread and Front Sts., Kailiville, Tens
sirsasacaa:
Drane Hale, Ciucn n.it. Grat, benuett A Co. Pi'tsbnr
t rane, breed a !.., do; O lh-ren Co., do,
s. M. i arrett. do: S i ' h, . ihrie A Co., l.a:
II. G. vct op, as, dr, llouarmaa a trt'l' h, M l4uu,
And aier.-hanl-of Nashvi rtrre'K .
tY Order? hatitfr.l tr.- foi P ttihurg,. la.ianati, L.j,.Is
vllie or M. Louis manuf.ct' red aiuc.es wul be p pllt
Je.iatcbrd -
TAiriT SHOP.
HOCSE, IGS, ASD
i v i c i l ; I ti liitcr,
5a. 52 College S'.rct, up itairi, o; posila Sev&net
Ucuaa, XkaLriile, Tesn.
iaal
it. t. ri.r.3iid.,
Houao, Jclc;n,
o r ?- a m i'.'v adi a i a i :v v i:n
C3 UrsioB 8L. K ASIIYILLE,
(fteera tbtrr and rai:.tucr trt.
Orders truJi IS. t juctrf prou.-.j.t;y ;iauad to. il
sayKI U
TO MILLLUs AM) COOTKKS.
i - i -.-
II AVIS i pa srha-
nfp tVf-rS efV.it;;. tlm tu-re U r..
a A iir ParskdjMs
It -i, 1 1 a it.-, t-. Via tv.io. mtti r .
WU'.A..Ae, aar - erae.iug wur barrtl aoJ M.t
atAsh uos-y lirta, ai.d s!ld Ue prepr, ta 8 lilt
aupiy a4 deatmJ. fr ruiur nj u.jr t.ri.:.,K t-e
thw.for, ready prepared L.r sett.-ci u,., wt, f . .a;tw
kt.rt-i iu every rsps.tl, to aty av- v W vt HusLtuw r
its. ii ..
lis1. ) i ef Brv- ac f Stork, es ta tna at Uwra4
Cltio tit!!, t J futviHS ii-t'. l!tif 51 at La vf klciury,
a ca. it teciwj, !u-b out li s, tif p,r day.
Ora. eirj sal lj.1. ruiai a g cb, a;w, Couaty
.((.- h.r fey
RAILROADS, STAGED &
SHIPS.
TE2TIsX3SEE & ALABAMA EAILE0AD
FROM and after Monday, September 7th, 1S57, Trains
will run as follows:
GOING SOUTH.
uiiL a rassxaoBB. ragioHT a PAseraaia.
Leave Nashville 6.15 a.m. 8 80 p.m.
Arrive at Thompson S 10 a. m., 5.25 44
GOING NORTH.
LeaveThompson R.SO a. m. 5.45 44
Arrive at 'ashville 10.15 a.m. 44
Passengers from Nashville by the Morning train, break
fast at Franklin.
Stge connect with the Trains t Thompson's.
Through Tickets for Memphis. Wavnesboro, Jackson,
Tuscnmbia. Florence. Pulaski and Columbia, can be pre.
;nred t the General Stage Office, under the Verandah
Hotel. Nashville. W. O'N. TFRK1NS,
Sept. 7 tf Superintendent.
PE!VI,VA 'T It I It OA D.
rtipF rnderaiened is authorised to issue bl"s ofladirt:
I frr 'he del v rv rf fre'r hi trrctig. to all the 1 Aa
TFPN C TIEsi by wav of PtTlSPUKO s"d the PENN
SYLVANIA FAM P'T. It is carc'y necessv to al
Icde to the well-eft'bM-he reprtatirn o tre P. R. P . frr
re-nlsritv ird -ped, nil tlh r ra PI r rrlil rr.rctste
tbe eonvecierc- rf hnvi'g tlefiiil'tt f r tArouyh hill of
haling at a xrf ride, sir.tt chare? tin ! For
fur her infurruation app'y to D. D. DICK FY.
ang27. Nashville.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH
FREIGHT LINES.
1857.
Tlit-on eli Pales frmn ,- Vork and
F'liiliisf rlpli.-t to IV :i.lt v i I lr, lis rnn.
iiectinn ivillt Itew Vrk ns.1 sltil
udelpliiit M. iinisliip I i lis t,, to
continue u iibnnt llt'r- Hon
from Itl of Jin i' t lat of
"Pereinb. r 1S57.
First Class, per 100 lbs., ?
Second " '
Third " s
Poxes Hats, " o
Furniture nd Carriaires boxer1, ,nd other light
goods rot enumerate''. Pnrbovs of Acids,' or
10
75
05
otner Chemicals, per l(Mi lbs., 4
20
I'l its r CLASS.
Piano Fortes. Pocks, Stationrrv. Hoots, Shoes, T.iouors
O'li.Ac , in bottle. Camphine and Spirits Turrenilre, in
barrels. Oarrelinir. China. (!lass and O lassware. Cicara in
esses. Clods, rvrfeetfnr.arles. Cotton Card-, Prv Goods in
boxes or baler, Drnirs, Fruits. Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden Seeds LooWinir Glasses and loosing OUss
Plates fat orer' rlsk Ovst-rs in cans and jars. Sad
dlery, Tin and Uriltania Ware. Teas and Spices.
si:con cr, tss.
tni4"1.""' eieert och as .pecitled in third c'a-s. Coffee
vills. Machlnerv, Foreign L'quors in barre's and pipes
ToPacco.n boxes. Leather in roOs and hose.. Oils in bar
rels i and cask. Crockery and Queer, ware in crates and
casks, Rice, Wbitini, P aster. Sheet Bra-sand C' pper.
Tfl I It l CI. A.
Shovels. Spades, ca.l Iron. Zirc ard Tip in pips,
I in I late. Anvils, Vices, r-k. of Chsin. a-d Hoes, v,ins
and r-otton Cor ape. rn'ee. Ilesvv Ca t.rgs. S'ill Gearing,
arrlape Sprincs. and Ax'e. Pailroad heel.-and Axles
Chairs and Spikes, and KoMn in barrel,
SI-, i a !, AXI S.
Boxes Hats, Furniture and Carriage, boxed, and other
Meht a'tic'es not er nrrerated ; a'o, Carb. v, of ci.!s or
other Chemicals, wlil be cha-ged at rioub'e first r'a-s
ra'es.
'' Have everv racVse plainly nirl-ed with name of
con'tirnee, desiinsti. n and depot rfri.llv.ry. Attention
to Ibl - rraiter revents delays and los'es, and iutures a
speedv delivery.
nilt l'CTMS.
rtoo.lR -binned via Savannah, thm.'d e c n-ii-ced to
Agent ol Central ftai'road . savannah . and park ace, mark
ed care Aeent 0 R. R . Savnrnah . G.
Good, shipped vis Charlrstcn should he con-i -ned to the
Atten- of the South Ca'o'ina Rrti'road. Charleston, and
packacea marked, rare Aeent S. V. R , Cbarle-ton ,S C
TI e throiufi' rates above cover a'l exp. use fro New
Yo-k to Vftiviie. .'. .v.i.ir. iW.w, .; i..e, or v hinjune
t.'(rr(,er e.'.er fit Charleston or ,ir,,,nicii.
H.npers mav rely upon uniform rales and promit de'lv
erirs bv both lines. Over rlitrsrw itiil lmrr bv eilher
line, will be a.tiudired bv the sg. nts of the Nashv'i le and
Chattanooga Knad.
In rase of lost or mlsslne gnrd, I wil! take charge of any
correspondence necessary for their recovrrv, an if not
found, will pay for the s -tne at th ex iration of f .lays
after notice is eiven. All not ires t.f l(,t frv.,, f,,r .V, :',.
rille or f,';F, on the .' r,V,V o'tid I l.otloit, ,,,tt
Pyad. ntunt he uddresxtd lo if. I. A uderti, .st,yf ..
An.'irille.
Merchants when In New York will receive every informa
tion and .s.istsnce In shlppin' . bv ar plying to ihe Agent
of the Charle-ton 1 ine No. 1.I5 Brcud' av, and the Savan
nah Line, No. 13 Lroadway.
CHA'S. W. ANDKRSON,
mav?fi tf. (irU.) Agent.
rici:i(.-ii i s itv
PltOI'l
S A I I.
I.l.l'irs
vi:sm:i.s
I If oi
A II
New York, Philadelphia,
ton and Baltimore.
Eos-
ML4
ANTS who mav ship bv the above vessels are
d that bv conM'enine ib.-lr i-ooiis to lh Hi.nt.
of the J-ou hrolina Kadrnad. Charl.-stuD, or agents of
Central Rsilr d. Savannah, thet ill le 'or anlril flee of
commis ions, (drayage and harf .ge only charged,) and be
sent tt ro"gh at the f.ill.iwing rates :
From Charleston orSivannah to Nashville
First Claa per lot) lbs fl P5
Second Clasa 1 00
Third Clasa SO
Special r.stes f r litrht goods, per KNl h, 8 70
Pill slowing ar cunt paid ves e's ami amoii'-t charged
for draj age and n harfage, will be mail. 4 to consignees.
CH S W. A.NIO K.-tiN,
may?9-tf. GenI Agent.
TIME TilHOrGH 25
'IRAINS run through from Stevenson to Memphis and
J make close connection with Trains i.n toe Nashville
and Ctat'anonga Railroad at Stevenson Through !iflrti
from Nashville to Metnpuis told for til. Time through 21
hours.
io ST A .!;.
Passengers should leave Naahvi le on the 5 o'clock P. M.
Train, which arrives at Stevenson at ?:15 A. M.. and con
nects with Trains for Memphis. No delay except in chang
ing cars. C. L. ANPtRSoN,
pr3 Tictet Agent.
Nashville and
Chattanooga
Railroad
ARRIVAL AND DIPAKTl'RF. OF PA&KNGER, TRAIN.
PIFlHTt-KIt.
Leaves Nashville every morning at 7:45.
evening at 5
44 Chattanooga " morning at 0: to.
44 44 44 evening at 9:4:5.
ARRIVALS.
Arrives at Chattanooga every evening at 5:30.
44 44 4' morning at 5; I0.
44 at Nashville 44 evening at 4:'M.
44 at 44 14 morniog at
The TUy-Tra'na meet at Tul'ahnma and both connect
with the train for Manchester and McMinnville. Passen
gers for Brershebs Spring, and oihrr points on and near
the McMinnville Rllrosd should take t,e U.y-Train, aa
the corned ion by it at Tullahoma I, direct.
march'jt H. t. AMr.RS(N. huperlntndent.
Kxprestt Notice4.
s- - :
MEMPxIT AND CHAELEST0N RAILROAD.
"M1E "ADAMe F.XPRKSS O'MPANV" have made ar-
1 rdngements with the atove Railioad for a Oaily fcxprces
Line, and are now prepared to receive and forward Freight,
Packages. Ac, bv Pasaenirrr Train to liiint-ville, Decatur,
Tuacumhia, and intermediate slaiion on the M. A C. and N.
A C. RiJiroa.is. Small Packages at reduced rates.
rtr Mease ngers leave Nashville dally t T o'clock, A. a.
It" Freights to be forwarded bv txprep will be calls
or wuhout extra charge. ap10-tf A. K. HOLT, Agent.
Ct.lt IN lASSAii:
Cltarlesitui N'iv York,
From
Tueuti'-Five
Dollars.
ft
S25
Rsa.
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XTEW YCBE AST) CTT TtLLSTOH BTEAil
PACK 1 Ts
Through ia 48 to 63 Eourn.
5 K M I - II' E K K L V,
THF NEW STFAM ?H1P COI.l'M PI A,1 SO'.D ton, M. Ferry,
NASHVILLE. I'OO 'ons T. D. D,
JAM I S AP'iKR, 1,500 tons S. O. Turner,
MARION, 140 ion W. 4. Fo-ter,
SOfT II f RNFK. I.'mmi tun, I.. MI'KKAP
IEAVM d?v's Wharves every WELNESL' A Y aj.d
SATTJKDAT t,rt arrival of the car from the
Sooth and West. Table aupplte I i;heveiy luxury.
Attentive and coorteou eonira.nd-n i!l intur travelers
by tbi line every possu'de otiiiifort and accommodation.
Cabin Passaj. '. li3
Eteeragr, 8
App'y to
UkNRY MISSROON A CO, Agents,
MavfA. CtiAi ai.-r.ia, . C.
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a '"la. ;15m
1'aas.age to Mew
$25 00
Weekly United States Hail Line.
T1IK NEW AND Bl'LLNDiD flDE-WHltL ISTEAM-tblf-a
A I t.l STA, lOOtou.... Capt M.S. WovDartL.
I l t.lt I l A, l.Ji.O tana L'apt. Icaac Cbowkix.
aLACA tA, l,t"0 tens fi t. O. at. tcatata
Vlll ISAVI.ATAkStU
E V E R Y ! A J' V U DAT.
These ship are among the largest ou t!. coast, omr
fi4ts.t in speed, safely or runlor t oiakuiit their pasvaes
b 5'' to IVy hours, and r toiumaiuinl by .k.llful.carrtul and
puis'. other. Having etei!Iiliie-foo:u jKCumnjoUatious
lbv Bcr a a.ot d.irbl ooav,yaac tu Nr Ytra.
Cabtti pais, K, te Sew ork. ... 125
fc'.oerage Jjaaaae lo New York S
AgeaU: PADtLFORK, AY A C., Bavancah.
SAUL L. MITCH ill, 13 Itroadwav.
Ittt t New York.
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