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, WTM T WRIGHT A CO. would respectfully Inform th
citizens of Nashville aod the poblie generally,
they have nnrehased the we I-known Livery Stable and at
the srock and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm.J.PhU
lips, on M trkel. street. iust below the Square.
vV-- prepared to board horiei.by the day cr week, in
We hnve .rt-rate lots and box-sta!l to accommodate
" Driven, and all our friends who bjIiwoi witbtneir
We ivlelxe nnnelrn to el-re satisfioMon In allsases.
We-iaee-iarge number of fine Saddle-Horses and fine
BiTgi n hire at all time.
The t-A is, we do not intend being surpassed by any
, Etah'ein 'he southern country. Come alenr and nee for
yn irsMv-s. WM. T. WRIGHT CO.
AMERICAN SALE AND HACK STABLE
A?2 "BUZCK STREET, NASHVILLE. Ipfc
M. S. COMBS, PROPRIETOR.
IP von wih to hire a ne HACK, a tine HORS" erBTJG
IV, a fine S t DQI.F-HnRaH, a FCRMTTPRr CAR,
Bl A-.r.WAGOV.or anrt'ing fn the LI VERY-STABLE
1,1 nil at the above estithliihment and you can be ao-co-n
'Tor, l.oir'ed on reasonable term, and the beat eare
ta't-n or h"i in sickness and. In health. All I want la a
fa r tr:l,m I f w trrant satisfaction to all persons wbo may
fj'i' in "i'h their custom,
. .'.. I have always on hand Horses to sell.
Jnt a M. S. COMBS.
NEW HARDWARE STORE
47 mAftKKT STREET.
H. MI N CHIN.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
IS now opening at hs establishment, No. 47 Market street,
ni' door to M. Barns', a large and well selected stock
oi inr.i vare, buttery, Bon', Ac, which he intends offering
exeeelingy low for Cash
or to prompt dealers on
time. A 'ion? the leading articles no
foual the f lilowing, via :
on hand will be
PoeketandT bV Cntlerr. .
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths'
Double and Single barrel shot
Mill, Cro Cut and Pitt Saws.
Cotton. Wool and Uorse
Trace, Halter. Wagon and
fTames and Collars."
Picks and Mattocks.
Axes of every description
A 'are aortment of Locks
Hinges an'l Screws.
Flush and Sq lare Bo!l.
Stiov-ls, fples and Forks
Grind-wones, Cranks and Rol
lers. BfB aid Pistols.
Currv Combs and Horse
sent 7 tf
FISHER, WHELESS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO JOHNSON, HORXE k CO.)
"ir)TTOV, Tobacco, Storage, General Commission and
KJ Produce Merchants, corner Broad and Market streets.
win aevote particular attention to all
busines intruxted to them.
ELLIS & MOORE,
Tj AVING ma.Je important additions to our machinery,
A ni greatly increased our facilities lor manufacturing
BrKau Esoihbs and Machinery of every description, are now
pripirea to manufacture Steam Engines and Boilers equal
i n point of finish and durability to any made in the West,
aJ at as low prices. Having oeen practically engaged in
tne Manufacture of Machinery in Nashville for the last fif
teen years, and giving our personal attention to the mana
fa?tiiring Department, we feel confident that we can give
satisfaction toall who may favor ns with their orders at our
o:d stand, Nos. 82 and 84 Market street, near Broad, Nash
Ail kinds of work for Flour Mills, Steam Boats. Saw Mills,
Tod icco Factories, Banks, Jails, Ac, Ac,, executed promptly.
an at me lowest casn prices.
2TEW IE0N FOUNDRY.
ELLIS it MOORE
BEG leave to inform their friends and the public that they
hav; now in operation a largeand extensive IRON
FOUNDRY, adjoining our Machine Shop and are pre
FILL ALL OBDEBS PBOMPTLT,
Tor every description of CASTI!Vi;S that may be called
for, and as cheap as it can be done west of the mountains.
Mill (itumsa, Ho&sb Powers, Sash Wbiohts,
Bakc Violts, Window Bills and Libtlm, Grate Baas,
Watkk Whkkls, Coax Ckdkhkrs, and all Castings,
used in the construction of Flour Mills, Saw Mills, Furnaces,
and Dwell'ngs. made to order at short notice.
We will also furnsh every description of Steam and Water
Machinery at the lowext price. Patters made to order, and
no charge for use of patterns whicn we have in our Foundry
The highest prices paid in work for old Iron.
KLLIS k MOORE,
62 Market street, near Broad,
Jan. 7, 5T ly Nashville. Tenn.
rTMlE un 'ersi' ned are row very extensively engared in
J. U e manufacture oi all kinds of Cigars, and are en
abled to compel e successfully with any of the Eaitern
cltie. ne of our firm, who has charge of this depart
ment of o ir boi-inesf, being a practical CiRar-n aker, our
customers rr.av leiv upon getting such goods as are sure to
give aati: faction, and which we will guarantee in every in
stance. v e can a-mre our friends and customers that we
are maV inv as tine Cigars as ever eame from Havana, we
import Hired fro there the finest l obaccoi, thereby say. ,
Inir con-hici able duty, we are enabhd to te'l our i:igars
wh-n midf at much lower rates than anything lika the
samj arm-id coul 1 04 imported, then why not
Knciunage llunie ludutry!
Call and exiuioe for yourselves at
LYONS k CO,
Etfpt4. ltf Cedar street.
HAVING amicipated the large demand that it soon to
be n a'e for vouds of all kinds this coming KalL we
are con u.nily receiving and hare now on hand an im
mense stock of
Fine Wines, Brandies, and Liqours,
VOF ALL lil.NDS.
CIGAIiS, TOBACCO, AND SUNDRIES,
which e are oflering at the very lowest possible prices.
Particular aucntion paid to all orders.
LYONS A CO.,
sept4. 19 Cedar street.
3. 11. C131WW,
Funeral, Under taKcr
I AM prep. red to f irnlsh Coffins -of every description,
fro ii tl. e tine Ca-ket to the plainest Servant Colli o, to
gether wit'i everything necessary for funerals. All orders
left at mv Vre Kooms, Headerick street, next door to life
Up and Up Liyery r-tabla, between Cherry and Summer
streets, will receive my prompt attention both day and
furniture repaired or made to order in the best style
luiyr. J. a. CURKY.
' Look 1ns GrlaBao3,
'117 E have now in More a fine stock of wij
V V Pianos, Melodeons Window Shades, ;"--SWI1
Artists Materials, Ac, and are still manufao- I A 1 1
taring Insiue Bliuds and all kinds of Uitt Works have
receuily added largely to bur stock of
Utt A. TS t'Oll lIltKORS, AC.
In a word we intend to KKtP UP WITH TUB TIMES,
please our customer and janoca them to patronise Bona
niteau oi semilog anroaa. w. at. ikuhsn,
Jt b. 7 . No. 12, College street
J&JEETXKT ECOUSE X
IM'GOLRICK tfc BURNS,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL CONFECTION EES
A RE opening at their establishment, on Market street.
JLX. No, i6, next aoor to nr. ruser i uiotaiag ctore, a
general as orluienl of Confectionaiies, which they intend
telling on very reasonable terms, and trust, by tbeir atten-
ion to business, to inuuex tue puouo m mkos m ine,n
Iberal stitre of yatrouage. Among tlie leading a.ucles
tow on haua.auJ wUieb Uiey wut be reoeiving, are the lol-
Candies, of every yariety; Pine Apple and Ohio Cheese;
Fruits, of every kind; Brandies A v loss, best bi-'us;
Picales, auorled; vorutais, oi every yaxwlj;
Plcled O.ators and Sardines; A le and Sorter,
Ebad and salmon; Flue Cigar.
With a v-trieiy of articles not herein enumerated.
In coauouoa with their Confectionery, they invite the
attention uf the publio to their bakery, from which a daily
aunoU of fresh Brad, Cakes, and Pastry can be had.
Parties will be made up to orJer, anJ carefully sent to any
nitrt of the city.
Hi. ving per Jianently located here, we, of coarse, wish to
1 uilrjiiiijJ lioeraiiy to tne ena. n inteaa setuca on
e.d terms, and by our demeanor commend ourselves to
the k n 1 uuuoe of a geaerea pobl.c. We respselfally in
vite Couutrv Uealcr., who are la our line of trde, to give
o a ci.il uefjte uurciiasiog rueanere.
,,rH e- M.-'ioLRIOK A BPRVS.
"BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
7 Einviteiheattention of Merchant and Tradrgt
Fv erally toour large stock of
Schuol liooLs and Stitiancrj
AT WHOLESALE AND BETAIL,
At prices which cannotleUto please. Our stock, of
I aho large, and w will ael) at very low J gJWi'l
prioes to those who buy to sell again, r 1 i- f
Taacuaaa aouU Uo well to examine our
took. We will make special arrangements w it M' f
to supply hoolf. erk.Vk.NMi.M VANS, Ageuts, '
augJ ly LaslsiUs PuUie antusre, Naahvtiie.
.Udro'iolilau Ealiag Uousf.
WE will opan our Ksta'lishrnent, corner of Cedar and
Cherry sir eels, Tu'tJUA V, III m orn u OuloBad,
Oct-- J. k w.MOilkt;.
THIS Ne lioul' now opca tor the reception ef , .
oricrJ,l,u40g.iiui,iu acowtral lujailty t f
Jl ihe diilereul aaiuo d. convenient to the 'i I
eoliee, tt.e p.to.oeaud the ri.ar, reBwJera H Ui.u.u.1
deairatiie place la the city lur lr.urn4 day bril.r.
ftleuiber. of .ie Legistaiur. tuu.u and the traveling
poo. gin.rlar.artt.Uy requcted U VUit this but.,
he paiu. will be spared to r.u 'r &u hu ouays cximl.cble
and o i''i i Ht4(jit.
t. Cloud Hotel.
5N eon.llerat on of the reuuror ti,lt1M.iB mon.
tary uia .crs, uige.her iUa WDwa, ,i dsclme In
price o' proJC, tua prio of lr J will a reduod
Irom tl iv t ti ik) par day to uduo ri.tu,,, 4 fr0
i 0 to 1 v)9 per week to pcruiaueat day Uwiiwi.
uctitt u Uli. t. as AtTT.
ii lLVAVIZtD WIRE,
?f tan I n.l Ui aai by "
. ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS, STOCKS,
CAST, SHEAS, GIBMAN AND ELISTEE
SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, BAEES AND FOBZS,
HAMMERS, HATCHETS, AND FILES.
CABPENTEBS', COOPEBS', AND BLACXSMITES'
CIBCTTLAE SAWS AND SAW MANDRILS.
MILL, CEOSS-CTJT, AND HAND-SAWS.
AXES, NAILS, CHAINS, AND HAMES.
KNOB, PLATE, GUN, PAD, AND
it . . . s . . ,
it - m- i-- i
MORTISE AND BORING MACHINES.
ALSO, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GUNS, BIFLES, AND PISTOLS; TABLE KNIVES AND FOBKS; POCKET KNIVES SCISSOKS'E
AND SHEABS, OF EVEBY VABIETT
Formlntln all the Larrest Variety and most Extensive Stock ot the kind ever offeredto the VashvU'e Trade or err
roanding ennntrv, r 11 of which we oBer at GFEATLT RKDrCKD PRICFfl to Cash Frvms or Prompt Payto Cus
TOMKRfi on 8ix Months Time. We will from now until Dbccmbkb Irt offer kxtra inducfxckts to cabb bptkrs, and
PiETicoLisLT solicit the attention of every Country Merchant visiting the market to our nnusuaily Large Stock of
Eoai Tools, Gubs, abd Cotibbt. Respectfjllv,
McCALL, .VANLEER k CO..
44 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
McCLURE'S MUSIC SALOON,
those juMlif celebrated Pianos, of Btelnway k Bon, I
J A. H. 'aie Uo., and uoeooeier omiin, ui new
York, to which the attention of purchasers is invited.
Also, the largest assortment of Sheet Music, Muslo
Bookr, Violins, Accordeons, Flutes, Clareonet's, Flageo
le u. Drams, nd Hanjos, all of which will be sold at thsj
lowest rates. If you ien a oargam ana me uo oiuivi
Instrument, call at (the old Alusical Store,) No. 83, Union
street. - J AMES A. MoCLURE.
N. R. I have every size and pattern of Melodeons,man
nhrtnrnt hv c.arhxrt. S'eedham A Co.. New York., which I
sell at their retail prices. Also, a large assortment of
Feather Dusters. J-
, A. M.
- Premium Pianos.
T.ARfiFR ntnrV than usual of those cel.
ebrated Pianos manufactured by A. H.JT,
Gale Co. and Kteinwav A Sons, (which"
is now offered at very low figures for cash or four months
paper. My stock of Sheet M'isic, Books, Violins, Accor
deons. Flutes. Ac. is alo very large, embracing all the
different sirs. atvies and nialities.
I have al-o added the totioning articles to my business.
vtr: Table Oil Cloths, (all colors,) uu ciotn nogs,
Dusters and Porceliao Ornameots, such as Candle'ticks,
Girandole, limni m.nd Clacks. The attention of the
ladies is particularly Invited.
For Chriatmai presents call at the Old Music Store, No.
83, Union Street. lnovl4. JAS. A. McCLCRE.
NEW MUSIC STORE.
C. D. BENSON & BRO.,
WnOLBSALB ABD RETAIL DBALRRS IS AIXKIBD3 OF
Musical Merchandise, Piano Fortes,
FROM the celebrated mannfaclory of Grow A Christo
pher. N. Y.. and the best Melodeons now used in the
United States, manufactured bv George t'rince A Co.
Attention cf the public is called to our large catalogue of
the lateu publications of Music, Music Boo-a and lustruc
tors of all kinds. Also, our fine stock of Guitars, Violins,
Violincellos.and Bantu Strings. In f ic, everything in the
Musicailnurument hoe can be found at
Wa respectfully invite small country dealers, Teachers
and Fchools, to give a call before purchasing elsewbere.
P. B. AH kinds of Musicl Instruments repaireu at no.
20 Union street, first door from College.
THOMPSON & CO.,
Arc now . offering:
THEIR ENTIRE STOCK i OF
mil iteducctl Prices
SNYDER & PRIZZELL,
IN'o. 21,PUublic Square,!
A RE row In receipt of their Fall and Winter 'stock oi
il BOOTS and SHO&4, all of which are made expressly
for the retail trade, con-is 'ing in part of
Ladies' Buttoned heel Gaiters;
44 Congres " 14
" Fide Laced "
Con r res Gaiters, without heels;
M Side and Kront Lace Gaiters, without heels;
" Kd and Goat Boots;
" " Boots, with heels;
" Slippers, "
" " 44 without heel:
u White Kid and Satia Slippers;
44 44 41 Gaiters;
Eld and Ooat Welt Boots-J
44 44 44 44 with heels;
I astlng C aiters of all kinds,
Plain School Shoe.
Boy' Congress Gai'ers;
44 Calf Urogans;
Thick Koot and Brogans;
44 iue Calf Boots;
Also, a good slock of Shoes for children.
lTIIICK. ItltOUAKS AND HOOTS.
Extra heavy Brogan for plantation ae, Dutch Beo's,
for women. Also, men's thick lots. Our stock of thick
I Brogans, area very superior article, and will be sold to
uit the timns.i
vcta. SNTDER A PRIZZELL
GENTS fine Calf Pump Sole UooU;
" 44 44 Stitched do;
uwu Water-proof do;
44 44 44 Congress Gaiter;
u 44 44 double Cole;
44 Calf Broeans : !
Also, pegged Congress) Gaiter and Brogan of all de
TRUNKS VAI.ISr.S, AC.
Ladles' extra site Sole leather Trunks;
44 44 44 Freocn
Gents fine Bole Leather Trunks,
44 44 44 44 Valises;
44 Rassett Valises:
Together with Carpet Bars, Blaek Bag,' aad "Satchels .
an or wnicn are eoerea at low rate lor tne cam.
octi. a a 8NTDKK A fRLZZCLL.
CONFE C TIONER Y,
No. 1T rtlarkel (Street,
DOZ KM Fre-h Cove Or-ters;
? 44 Spit-et and Pickled in Bottles;
Pie Fruit, assorted,
Uil 44 Strawberries
V 44 As-orted P eles;
20 44 1 rauJy Peaches,-
10 " KxtrBi't of CorJen, eaeelieot article for
, 6 44 Si arkiiiig Chauiya.'ga Cider,
45 boxoa sire craeserx;
t bbla Zuti Currant,
20 44 Assorted Nut.
t 44 Oraoes; i
A fresh lot ol manias and Flgv;
FJA large kit of r reh Confectiooane always 'kept oa
hand ll to be so d at K pneea to s ill the limes.
No. IT, Market treet.
0t5. Opivosit Murri Stratton't.
Klddlcbergcr's H&llii' lease.
QAM KidJleberger take oocasion to announce to the pub.
O lie, that, the sauimer n on over, ne ba gi ven ep the
enjoyment of "rural uucity" and returned to team, ui
Uouaa la strain oi-eaetl. and be hope to see ag.ia the
smiling face ol his old friends aud customer, aad to be
eosoe aeuuainted srita louof new once. 11. s laoles shall
txi ay be bixraliy appits Wltn Ui UHasr snarkct Svl
lurda, an J a 4 liuie mar e."
12. II. Glascock,
AUCTIONEER & 0ESZ&AL AGENT
WOULD offer hi service to the publio a Agent for
REAL ESTATE, NEGROES,
x ether speeies of proerty, either In towa t twnstry. Be
wjc termiBii to devote my time tu to abeve bu.ioes
. ua fsaviag had eoaaiderabic esuertcnue, A C attar eayseA
) at I can ' Mtufaution to thus nno may lavor sua
at m. t en always e !uu4 at ibe Loautinobe
' i e "Patriot Oaiee, bre, la r absence, orders
1 Is.'t. 1 will suae u(Mll4Ute sale of
Dry GoodsUrocerie &c4 -
NEW HARDWARE HOUSE.
. HcCALL, VAHLEEE :& CO.,
BCOCTE8SOBS TO ...
- BEAUMONT, VANLEER & CO., ,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND DEALER'S IS .
ENGLISH. & A1IEEICAN HAKDWAEE,
GUNS AND CUILERY,
of the Big Padlocli,
5 No. 44, South Market Street,
SUTEES, BIDDLES, WOVE AND ,
TACKS, BEADS, SHOE AND FINISBIKO NAILS.
fPLATFOBST, COUNTER, BEAM, AND
SLATES, CLOCKS, MTRHOES, AND VABIETT
LABD, CHEESE, AND BUTTEB TBIEBS4
BBIDLE BITS, STIRBUP IBONS. BEI5 AND
COBN MILLS, SHELLEBS, AND STBAW
Sigji or Tfrr Kio 1'aplopk.
SIcCLDRE, BUCK & CO.,
Tin Plate and Sheet Iron "Workers,
NO. 15 MARKET STREET,
TTAVE always on hand Tin Plate. Sheet Iron, Tinned
li Copper Rivets, Castings, Parlor and Chamber Orates,
Stoves, Tin Ware and a complete assortment ofarticle usu
al! v kent in our line.
Country Merchants are requested to call and examine
our Stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are prepared
to fill their their bills upon as good terms as any house oat
JUST received, a lot of Superior FloorScales,
form and Counter Scales. jan29 McC,
B. A CO.
FINE lot of Castings of all patterns on hand at
jan29 McC. B A Co.
1XTE are now making Wrought Iron Stoves a little bet-
v v ter than any house in the United States.
McC. B. k CO.
TJOOFINO, Guttering and all kinds of Tin, Sheet Iron,
-Lv and copper Work done in the most workman-like
manner, and at the shortest notice by
McC. B. A CO.
Marble Monuments, &c.
IVC. Xj. Stiolton
TNFOAMS his friends and the public in gen
eral, that he is now prosecuting the Mabbl
BusiHses, in the shoo on Cherry street, next
door to the Union and American, where he
will be pleased to attend to the orders of all
who may want work in his line done. He ha
and will keep on hand, a supply of
aiaaLXi jklucs Liizi.xn ao, lustna, otc,
Mzufactnred of the finest Italian and Amer
ican Marble, in the bst style of the art. All
of his work will be warranted. mar 31
Health of American Women.
from the Keu Tori DaOy Kewe (Fditorlal).
"We desire to call attDtion to a letter fro-"! Dr. Joshna
F. Bridge, on 4The Health of American Women, in another
column. He treats the suhject in an able manner, and his
kill and medical lodgment may b rehed opon.
From the Albany Morning Exprese
"Marshall's Uterine Catholiron has proved to be fully as
valnahle as it is claimed to he in many revere tests made
bv medical gentlemen and others. Dr. Pride e Is a regular
phvsician ef very fine attainments, a man of great judg
ment and oVcrlTiination, a jbd'Cions and highly success
ful practitioner in all diseases, especially those of women
Marsha" Uterine Catholiron will certainly cure all
the diees for wh-ch it i reen-nmended.
"There Is ro medicine live It in this conntrv.
MIn the worst eves I have ever n et with Murshall's Ute
rine Cathnlicon Is a certain and safe remedy."
MARSHALL'S TJTEEINE CATF0LIC0N
1 unhesitatingly offered as a reliable remedy for all tho-e
cO'nplain4 to which evpry wenan is liible, and which
trrafl'iallv affect the mind as well as the bod?, so that to
th'nk, talk or wnr beeoties alike a soorce of snfferinff. If
no of Impossibility. Among the comnlaints for whleh the
Catholicsn Is a remedv. are Ka'ling of the Wonb, Whites,
Snnrresed, Irregu'ar or Painf'O Menstruation, Bloating;
Inflammations ant Disease of the Ki Ineva or Urinary '
Organ-, Peteotion or Incontinence of Urine, Heartburn,
Costivencs. Nervousness, "aintings.Paipi'aMons, Tramps
Disturbed 81 ep, and all troubles, organic or sympathetic
connected with the uterine organ".
Ladies ho are trob'ed with any of the above sympv
toms. or with soire, liver or lung comp'ain's, are invited
toii'ethls medir-'ne, with fill condence that they will
find relief. Marshall's Uterine Catholiron s not a quack
medicine, hot its ingredients have been made known
the vedieal ollege-, and they are at the service of an
rerwctah1f ph"iHn H theeonn'rv.
ne price of MARSHALL'S UTKRTXB CATBOLT.
COif, U On Dollar and a Half ter bottle. i
Al.t X. Mt;KI"ZIK, ',
FAgent, OrafeDberg Co
0ct21. For Te.inessee, Alabama and Georgia.
Get the Best.
pile Genuine A mftrnt ype the Premium Pie
a ture is beyond roTip.irison the best style of likeness
vet introduced, and standr without a rival i
Time cannot change them, '
Light cannot fadethem,
PampnesscannotTiould them, 4
Dust can never reach them. "
Riisteannot corrode them. t
"3Made as heretofore by LARCOMBE. 40 College st-, and
put nn In tii-top style at Eastero prices.
tT" Made at no other room in Nashville.! f
WM. STEWART. 4
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron Wart, f
fjrr wa M w at wm hht pji w is t
HAVING succeeded the late firm of Stexart A Owen,
nd re'ained the oi l stand. Is prepared to attend to
the den.ands of bis old customers and the pub'io gene
rally. 1 e has In store, and will constantly be receiving,
ample supplies ot j
Stoves Wares, and Grates,
Plain and Enameled Mabltzfd I boh Mabtlks and Gabdm
Rtatces; and in short, everything usually kept In similar ei-
His assortment of Stoves challenges competition ompris
log every style and variety. He has the
Wrought Iron Cooking Stove,
Among others an article which is in greatdemand. '
He will manufacture for the trade and for retail, and to
order, all kindsof Tin andSheel Iron Ware, and keep con
stantly nr.hand a large assortment.
lie invites the attention of all to his establishment, pledg
ing himself to give entire satisfaction.
Septll. No. 14 8. Marktt st.
Tl'IsIAIIOTf A, TENNh
JO. B.- SMITH, Proprietor.
HAVING taken charge or the above Hotel, I will en
deavor to please all who may favor ire with a oll.
Of rojfriends aur) the citizens of Nashville and Davidson
county, 1 would solicit iironge. My table will at all
time be provided with the beat the country affords, and
every care will be taken to pleae all. ,
There is a good Liter; Mable com ingous to this house,
nd the Fasetievllle, Mulberry, and Lccthurg s'ail and
Passenter Coach leave 11 is Hotel every ftiondav, Wednes
day and Friday for the above places, at 1 o'clock, P. 11..
ana returning every l uestfaj , Ihkrsuay
11 o'riock, A. !., making connections w
and Saturday, at
nth the Na hville
Chattanooga, and aic.Minnville A Manchester Alal
Tullahoma, An grist t.lST c
P. P. PECK & BR0.,
TTAVE for sale TWO FIN IC COACHES yr-T
11 just received from New Vork. These JLf
are w believe finer than any V
brought Westol tne Alleghany Mountains.
P. i. P12CK At liltU..
TNTITE the attention of ooaotry dealer to their stock of
A- Buggies, we make a good arucie which we warrant,
Vi e have also on hand an Eastern article, which w war
p. p. pi:ck:& uo.,
HAVS this day recsived Three CO AC LI UJ, which we
believe to be Oner than any ia Tenoeasee. Junciv.'
HA5HYILLE L TJ M B E R TABS.
J. C. DAUUO,
LC7IQEK. 8IIIXJEI.S AND UOARDS.
f HAVE on hand a large lot of Cedar, Yellow and White
1 Fife Flooring, Clear White Pine, Popiar l'taux. Joist,
BcanUloe, nquer, weasr, veaar riaux UJ roflar oumgles.
have Ore kli.U cutting Poplrr and Cedar, one nreesiog
Poplar, an J o Velow Pin Flooring. One Shingle Ma
tune, making Ke. 1 Poplar hhlnglea. Ail incoustajji pi .
tion. I Can supply Any qoanuiy of Lumber or eningiea at
the shortest nouoe and at uie lowest prvoee tor the caah.
Leave joar order for prompt attention with
J. C. DARDtX,
marchSl NashvUl Lumber TarJ. Na. Ill iiioedway.
HA Jul received the foUow og good !
75 bx KalJins, fresh and auortcd;
1J0 doa Baltimore Oytte s;
S boxee Lemons;
1" bbia St. Louis Cider, teeet;
60 44 Baltimore P serve! FroUs, Mto.ted;
44 reach Confec'oaery;
6J ' Chee-ie, fie h;
&H) Sardines, a sorted;
A Urge assortment of rtr Works, aeu ether fancy artl
tlclas saosie for Csrtsusa, which ill be nil to s vtt
tiaaeeby J G. RUbiSTiOV,
at his CoaeUosery and Bakery en bruUe ay.
JL OW Il V TO 11 f
. CAStS FLOWS) ef the bestmale
'A rtajs and ta fit. I variety.
A'roabt Iron o4stl UouU sKMras;
cbt and tafi has 4 rloes.
A. TV. PCTH AM, rcpriwr.
tvaae. lJibi. UaAn,aT. il-j trt-wAV
: I J. 'J. BEECH,
- WnOZESALS AND EST AIL
1$ una a i 3P,
NO. 50, MARKET STREET,
id Door alot Zimmerman' eld tiand, near the PuUia
-r-V BEAtER IN DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMI
V fcals. Perfnmeries. Fancy Articles, Paints,
ft Oil.. Pnttv. Varnishe. Glass. Glassware,
Brashes, Supporters. Trasses, Cigars, Seeds, Instruments,
Teeth, MedicaiSaddle Bags, Medicine Chests, etc
Clirlstfe's Calwanlc Curat Ives, for the cure
of liheumatism and nervous diseases, also Ualvanie ma
chines forthecure of Rheumatism, Paralysis and general
Nervous Debility, etc.
a.:r31. - J. J, BEECH,
A OEJiCV FOIt
FITCH I S RRACr.San
Family Medicine". JavneV. Loudon's. HoUowy8
Hibbard's and all the popular Patent Medicines of the
aay. L'cerhave's Holland Ultttrs,. 1 homp.on's Fcrorui
cure, Radvay'g. Also. Dr. Freese's Medicine Chest an
Medicines. aug'il. J. J. BEECH.
.PASSING'S justly celebrated BODY 8CPPORTER
M.J or t; K AC E.Iod? and familiarly known as the Best Brace
and admirably adanted to the physical wants of delicate
females a'Bicted with general debility, curvature of the
pina.fallingof the womb. loss of appetite, dispepeia Ac.
uel. J. J. BEECH.
TTAVIVG removed to No. 50, Market street, ii door
L atove Zimmerman i old stand, near the rquare, we
are now ready to arcorrrrodate all that may favor us with
their patronage, and we invite the attention of Country
Dealers, Physicians and the public per.erally to an exaroi
nation of our stock before making their purchases, as we
are confident we can offer as good inducements as any
home in the city, and shall make it a point to keeptt
best of articles, and will be satisfied with living profits.
augSI. J. J. BEECH.
E epecally invite the attention of the Ladies to our
large assortment of rerrumerles and Toilet Articles,
embracing MnukJ I itrsctr.In r.ch tcu Ctrman Colognes
Pomades, Cosmetics, Hair Kestoratlres, etc
augSl. J. J. BEECH,
T. B. RAINS. J. B. BROWS
KAIft S & BROWN,
Dmr;ists and rrescnptionists,
NO. 19, SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUABE,
A COMPLETE assortment of English and American
Chemicals, pure and unaduitera-ed Drugs, fresh and
genuine Jtxiracts, select Powders, c, always on nana,
I'luvorinj; ICxLracts, A.c.
Lemon, Rose, Vanilla, Pine Apple, Strawberry, Celery,
Almond, Raspberry, Peach and Orange extracts for flavor
ing, l'es't Bermuda Arrow Koot, Isinglass, tioves, nut
megs, cinnamon, c, at
augll. RAINS k BROWN'S.
IOnfi GALONS Tanner's Oil, best quality, Just
A vJvJ received and for sale low at
DUST, and Mount Eagle Tripoli, for
JJ noli.-hine Gold, filver. Brass, Glass, Ac. A new article
or sale at
augll. RAINS k BROWN'S.
JO. G . BROWN,
43 College Street, Nashville, tenn.,
DETJGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, DYE STUPES,
PAINTS, 0IL8, VARNISHES, WINDOW
GLASS, GLASSWARE, PERFU
MERY, PINE SOAPS, HAIR
AND TOOTH BRUSHES,
And all the Popular Patent Medicines of the day.
TS Fancy Goods, the stock, as usual, Is very complete,
1 having recently received large additions, consisting
partly of Lubins, and Bazin's Extracts; trench, American
and Herman Ooloene: Delluc's and Lubln's Sachets; Hair
Brushes; Metal, China and Paper PuQ Boxes; oneu, rino.
and Dressing Combs, o:c;
skkds! fsniios:! ski:is!!!
1AA BUSHELS Kentucky BlaeGrass.stripped;
lJ .10- do do do do clean;
ISO do Herds Grass;
10 barrels pure Timothy.
A L 8 O
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEEDS. A generol as-
So-rrr pnt, wnrranen fresh.
CEB.RE SF.D, 10 lb. large Drum-head Cabbage;
10 lb-.. Pint llntrh 0:tV.hsre.
ASPARAGUS R00T3. Two years old, grown by Mr.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS. Very One varieties from
Mr. I'enr" l-iver.
WYAXDOT PROLIFIC CORN Which yields from 13
to 2 barrels to theacre. At JO. O. RROWS'S,
febU 4S College street
WAICK of every description.
KTISX'S COLORS In tubes of every descrip-
JO. G. BROWN'S.
CO,-VllKSS A1VI F.-tlHIRIO WATRRS
a I vriLvm An hftnit vhii T rKCAi v di rfft. frnm the InHnirS.
70U TH K HAIR. Mrs. Allen's Restorer;
l Wood's Restorer:
. Barrv's I'ricophernns;
. Clinhngh's Tricnpherong;
teblf JO. G. RROWS.
LO,'l.,V POU'l'KK.-A very Superior article
made by Barclay, Perkins A Co , in pints and quarts.
fehU J'. G. BH.'WN.
Ill OIL. 5
V pared by Hedgeman, Clark. A Co
JO. a. shown.
I O VO; full A Ij A II IS K V.
A very supt
1 I rior article, guaranteed to be pure.
JO. (I. BROWV.
1. 1 Civ lVATi:i.-In half barrels and in
bottles, lor sale at Louisville prices
JO. G. HKOWH.
G. W. HENDERSHOTT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IP II U-G ii MS 5T, '
TS receiving a general assortment of Pure and Genuin
1III S AtsJO li:ICI.Mi,
Warranted as pure as any sold in this city, or any other.
fact it is only necessary to say none but the best Medicine
Pure Chemical varlou brands,
fresh Line Juice,
Cod Liver Oil,
- Congress Water,
Breast Puirps a new aad convenient article.
Syringes some new kinds.
Fancy Articlessome of the most beautiful kinds.
100 oe. Pure Sulph. Quinine, bought for cash and will
old very low.
Tea various kinds also & lot of Canton Teas, so much
admired in this market.
Very fine assorted Stock of Perfumery.
Wines, Brandies, Gin, Ac., for Medical use.
For sale by u. w. lifcN ib.KHUTt,
apl'i Cor. Cedar st. and Square, Nashville
A. H. R0SC0E,
WWOt.v! B WP BUT AIL PEA I.BR lit
DRUGS, MEDICINES, DYE-STUFFS,
PERFUMERY. FAINT8, OILS, GLASS,
BRUSHES, WHITE LEAD Ac,
Corner of Hroud and Market St
m sn villi:, tumk,
1 HAVE constantly on hand, alarge and wellseleeted stock
1 oMthe above articles, together with a large asorunent of
Fancy articles all of vhich is ottered for aale on the most
Alum, 8,000 pounds;
Arrow Root, 100 pounds, Bermuda and Florida;";
Prirrsfone, MO pcinds, refined,
Castor Oil, 0 gallons:
Copperas, SO barrels. Prime Green;';
Cream Tartar, 5 barrel;
Gum Camphor, 1M pound;
Indiga, fXH) pounds. Fine to Common;"
Madder, 1,000 peunds, first qna!!ty;f
Super Carb. Soda, 4,000 pounds Prime;
Flour Sulphur, &00 pounds.
All of which is offered at the lowest price.
ianM A.H. SOSOOC
CLiliSOK.C'S JIACfIXE WORKS,
rT',nE attention of Railroad Companies. Farmer, Manu
L factnrer-, and all person desirou of purchasing at
hot, goon niacninery, sucn as mmh l.iilK., (.'AST
IS' ef every desorinUoo, GKARIN', CAK-WHKH.S ol
the frost imnroved patterns 8 A w 'ILLS. PUMi'S.Ae.; c,
, ia resitectfutlv eallil to the new Rstabliahnseat new srrow
inr up rapidly 00 the pre-ries of tl e late Nashville Manu
facturing Corrpanv. e intend to carry on the bu iness
fully as exten ire as before, and shall oon be read) to take
, order lor Naonmery ana tasting. , have already
, conmenoed operations in our blaohm rth shop and Hoiier
; yard, and shall give immediate satisfaction to old and new
He are experienced Mechanics each of u personally
attending to his own department and thus w shall be
. ah! to turn out u erior work at rover rate than hereto
fore done in this city, we shall warrant every piece ol
, work done at tins Establishment, aad give (rwsupt anl
personal attention to every order left at our office; ihua wt
hope to give general satisfaction, and be patronised by al
friend of how iLauuiacture. M.JAtKv'.K A CO.,
Claiborne Machine Worts, Nashville, Tenn.,
I u nil 7 tf Late Nashville Manf. Co.
OCILDERS, Householder, Ac., ar requested to take no.
JM tic that the onueraiKned, having made the necessary
ar rangeinenu, and secured the services of competent
workmen, ia now prepared 10 take
la the line of hi vocation. Is all iu various branches.
In the department of iioL'Ss; PAINTING, ibe subaerihter
ia prepared te execute with the creates.! nremptae, all
contract, huwever lare, which may be tendered, is. a style
an 1 upon term wnicn cannot rail to give aatia.'eio.
He la sIm prepared to execute ail Manser ef ttIGN Aif D
ORNAalL TAL PAIN 1 1NU. G KJU N I NU kSO UAAUUHii,
having in that department secured the servioeeof the meet
expen and exprinci artiils.
1 he subecriber woe d request persons having wcrk in his
line to give hun a call before making final arraugeraeste.
R. T. ILA.M1.NG,
Ne.it Cnios t., between Cherry and tvuamer.
mart hi I II
to Tiiosi: who judci
HizuUeliviT t CarritigeA, Coaihet Sagie,
LJgiit-Wag jocj, Ae,
N, 60 Letvcr flurkei fttrcet, Naahvllle
I AM now HaaufaetertBg every variety w1" nt 'v
nJ style of veiiicre, frotn the plaise! '.Tar-
ebto the osost buUmi and eiaburatiy VJ--r j-4-Aaisheai
U)' -sHit. "
Having erx,-wJ HrsM-ciass workmea, aad obtained a larcei
aaeeuat ot tae boat ef stock, I an prepared le wort
wbicn wul eusntsare with any la the w 0;-untry,eiihr tW
style or ceratu ,v j . Ab kinUs of vebKMce kept Buaatantiy n
band, or yrosuti.y made ta order.
t.rrttsi ftstcist CraysspllnaT
Tti imroctaatisBroceruwt la t etMpung e Cnrrtag
ns awaaeeee snuca murreet larswitho!. ise eeeatry.
and Uioxtsd UB wna the satsnt favor wi.:r it ia beat known
kaws. tiavit-.g the xiusiv rigiit tog Una elty, 1 as new
6.. .. aa slittB In ettoatrucung Carnage, ricr es, Ae.
6TT twmeniber the p! - at tbeOUtutnd ef fre-0. Ho a a
sl, MIM Nat .( iiilVsi.
' - - . -r ...-.j-,,,., -, - ,riJ -n.,,,
C 13 Ii 1313 RATE D II
COUNT I' I YX3E3E1
CAUTION TO PARTIF.S PUKCHASING
8. -iT. PIKE'S
Jflaffnolia W liislcy
THE UNDERSIGNED, manufacturer and srleiff
proprietor of the above brand of WH ISK Y,l -sJLJ?-would
respectfully inform his customer? and pur it-c.-J
chasers of this celebrated brand, that there has appeared In
the Charleston and other Southern markets a counterfeit
of the above Whisky, being a poisonous imitation . branded
similar to his brand; it passes under the name of S. N. Dike's
Magnolia Whisky, Cincinnati. Ohio, and other names simi
lar to 8. N. f ike. As there is no party in this city of the
name of 8. N. Dike, it is intended to impose and deceive
those who would purchase the genuine brand. 1 make this
statement to 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 lamp les of this counterfeit brand, and found that it
contains a deadly poison; this fact alone impels me to cau
tion thi , protect those who arliable to be ecived,
and preven' the evil results attending the nse of this
poisonous imitation. I also hereby caution the counter
feitersof my brand that I will prosecute them to the full
extent of the law. The genuine S. N Pike's Msgnolia
Whisky is distil ed from the best quantities of Rye and
Corn, and is warranted free from any deleterious orobnoxt
iouscompound,it being a pure and healthy beverage.
Many parties have recently commenced making a bran
ot Whisky oall&d Magnolia, but they are an immitation
of my trade brand, so be careful ar d get the only genuina
Magnolia Whisky made in the United States, and distilled
only by me. SAM'L N PIKE,
apr20 ly No. 18 and 20 Sycamore-et.
Cheap Casli Store.
C0RNEB OF WALNUT AND IR0NT STREETS,
"Wood and Willow "Ware, Paper Cordage,
Roofing Material, &c.
00 pkgscov'd Backets;
SO dozen Bail Boxes;
00 nests Tnbs. Dainted:
125 do Bind Boxes;
200 44 Uames;
1,100 Zinc Wash Board;
15,001 Plow Handles;
70 nests White Pine Tub;
125,000 Cane Pishing Poles;
300 ass'ted Liquor Kegs;
10 doz R B Cedar Cans;
25 44 Nest Boxes, varnish
275 do Varnished and Three
21.000 ass'ed Broom Handles;
175 do white Cedar Buckets:
200 dox Tar Cans;
310 pkgs Half Bush. Measures
75 dox Pfnet nurns.assoneajXiMi ramtea Tub an.
IS" BB Cedar 44 Keelers;
100 nest white Cedar Tnbs; '125 dox WellBuekets.aw'ted
200 Willow Wagons, common
150 44 44 extra;
Si0 " Carts, common;
700 nests German Market do
80 44 Clothes do;
400 doz Feed Baskets, instor
500 " 44 ex. fall tops
and to arrive;
200 dozen assorted Marke
75 Empire Cabs;
100 Willow Cradles;
200 extra 44
25 dox Children's Rattan and.
150 dozen Willow and Rattan
5 do ass'ted Office Chairs
Rattan and Willow, very nice and cool for Summer.
Also Clo. Hampers; imported fancy Baskets; Work.Fm'l
nd Flower Stands. Also Willow Work made to ordeJ.
FANCY iOO US.
00 doz Feather Dusters; i100 bales Alicant Mats;
50 0 44 ass'ted Shoe Brushes; 50 Jute Hark and Skeleton
100 44 ex. Scrub 44 Mats;
45Rocking Horses; I 25 dos Toy Air Pistol.
CORDAGE, TWINES, Ac.
lOOcoi's "iH and IX inch Manila Rope, C90feet;
10 coils lJi to 8 inch do do 690 do;
150 coll M, H to inch do do, assorted;
25 reels Bed Cord and Plow Line Manilla;
250 doz Cotton Plow Lines and Bed Cord;
00 dox Hemp Bed Cords; ilOO bales Carpet Chain;
,000 lbs Broom Twine Hemp; 1,500 lbs Wool Twine;
500 lbs Flax M"t IKS Seine Twine;
175 bales Batting; 1150 reels Hemp Packing;
25 44 Wicktng; (5 coils Tarred Rope;
50 " Wrapping Twine; 150 44 Jute Rope;
1,500 bandies (Fmnd) 1 angerman's Wrapping Paper;
1,600 44 Mcsregor' do do;
9,000 reams Lock land do do;
50 reams Tea Paper; I 75 reams Shoe Paper;
75 44 Ham 44 11) " Batting do;
54,000 lbs Roofing do, dry; I 15.0001b Roofing do.satu'ted
Star Candles, Lard Oil, Opal Candies, Stearine Candle
Starch , Get man Soap, Ac.
IRON ROEND KEGS,
A full stock, assorted sizes, for Druggists' and Liquor Deal
era' nse, constantly on hand.
Pine Churns.lS 20,22,24 inehfRed Cedar do 16,13, 20,22 do
Cerdar do 16,19,20,22 do Painted
do 20. 22, 84 do
Brass Hoop do 44 44 44 do 'Barrel
Oiled Root, Black Top and Blue do;
Steam Bent Top; Plank Top;
may!4 cor. Walnut and Kront st., Cincinnati, 0
PATENTED SM0ZE EXPELLING
IMPLICITT, neatness, utility, comfort, economy and
durability are comi inert in this improvement A siugle
plate of cast Iron of peculiar form, so placed with its low-
r edge restingagainst the back of the Bre place, and the
pper 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 grate as to crate a
raft 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 bsck Into the room. No alteration in the mason
ry of any ordinary fire-place or chimney is necessary. It
can be pat up in a few minutes by any person of coas in
It ha been fairly tried before competent witnesses, and
The length of the back of the Bre place and the vreadth
of the flue at the arch inside, regulate the price. The coat
la but a trifle.
The Right of the Patent foriomeof the bestStates I for
An experienced gentleman In the Patent OffJc at Wash.
ington nought the Right of one State as soon as it was
My addrel Nashville, Tennessee.
prl tf F. E. PITTS.
MANSON M. BRIEN & M. M. BRIEN JR.
,r NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
CSee, No. 47 West side of Cherry St., Cooper Building,
formerly occupied by Ed. (.wing.
I HAVE taken in co-partnership my on, M. M. Baixa.in
the practice of Law in all the Court of Davidson eoun.
ty . One or both can generally be found In the otlice.
Prompt and especial attention always given to securing
and collecting all claim. (Money al ears read r when col
I have been constantly and regularly engared In mv sn.
feaaion. In the Mountain District, for the last tweotv vr
and will contioue to attend to securing and collertinv all
claim intiustedto my care In the counties of Cannon,
DeKalb, White, Fentress, Overton, Putnam and Jackson.
I have a general acquaintance with the merchants and
business men in lhoe counties.
The Merchants of Nashville, and of other nlaces. ml?ht
find it to their intercut to eouler with me in relation there
I refer to any and all person who know me. forms-
ability and prompt attention to business.
marchll-ly MANdON M. BRIF!f.
B. JS. WELLE It.
AGRICULTURAL AND SEED STORE
HO. 6T, SOUTH MARKET ST.. NASHVILLE.
HAVING established a general Agricultural Depot at
the above pise-. I dlre all my old and tree frsrnds.
and the pabiio at large, to call and see me, and examine -
my stock in trade. Tbrtutiers, the latest and eaaat ap
proved Mower aod Reapers, Barnhl'l4! unrivalled corn and
cotton Drills; Brio ley's premium Plow and 1 u! Uv.tors, of
Kentucky; Uarden f.ceUs. or every variety. aJsaj. Llovcr.
Tiioochy, Blue Grass, Orchard Grass, Canary, licmp and
Rape Seed, Buckwleat and B 11 Icy, cinstaotly on Land.
All kind of Agricultural aad liarucuiuwai luilcmtni. o
All kind of Copper. Tin. Bra" and Sheet Iron War
(till manufactared, and S uvea. Urates, Ac, lor sale. Ag
ricultural Implements not on head, ordered and suid at ti-e
maauUciurer'a prices and transportauoa. Aiao.Tinoer'
Machines and Hand fools from Pock. Ho. lib A Co 's klo-
factory. Southing ton, Ci ua.
Jast reeeiyeA a urrly of Bush. Lima and Corn Tiasax-
Pampkin Vol . tow fur csvsn.
uajK. B. 8. WCLLER. .
u. vu i:.iiviAiaV,
WHOLESALE GROCER, PEODCCE DEALER.
ao rsALaa ia
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
ItiUN CASTINGS, tJc,
cukAts or ruisf aid itetD sriiiTt,
HAYING purchased the (lock aad lasea it r'.auJ e
Ctvurch Apa.-rsn, te BaJer. tnoj i prepared to ao-
eefnxdte his old cusuuuera, ana sueb new na as saay
give hiiu a cut, with the very but Urccertc lh the tsar
let wut a-bru.
taP lie will bey all kinds .! ooaatry rodace. suaall
brought tattus market. IjyUl it. L. Wk.AstLa.lf.
Prof. KENHY V7EBZP.
Teaches en th
A X O A 1) I . SING1 NG.
'I'lRMi 110 a Session of five cbobib. o .-"
La oas every wwsk.eatih f-fti BiUuitcs.hail S
111 p.,d in advance. &, 3
lie duo lb. t! 1 b la advaaee. i ..
t T trr4rto be left at Heat's Meal Mor.
I. .St - I ,
bALT. btiisia tAes-e d f-jg esi y
WHOLESALE HOUSES .
FEESH ARRIVALS !
T. &'W. EAKIN-&G0.,
NO. 43 PUBLIC SQUARE,
We call a'tention to this STOCK, as we will sell them
very low for Cash, or to prompt ueaierr.
c X. EAKIX & CO.
Brnnsford, McWhirtcr & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
NO. S, NASHVII.EE IJVN KLOCfi.
I I AVTNO
1 1 House,
remove'' to onr New and Caparioos Ware
as ird'eated above, we mott respectfully call
the attert-ion he Pe'ail trade to our VERY LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
FALL A Ni WINTKR TRY GOOpp,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINa GnOPS, -READY
MADE CLOTHING, Ac, Ac
Comprised in the assortment nd to which we irostpar
ticnlarlv invite the at'ention of the Trade) will be found a
fall and attractive stocV of
Plain. B'ack and Fancv Dress Silks,
Plain and Pr nted Merino,
Plair. Oo'ord and Printed Delaines,
Plain. Black and Fancy Mohair Lustre,
White Goods, Embroideries,
Dress Trimmings, Ribbon, Ao.
Plain, Black, and Fancy French C'oth-,
4S 44 44 Doeskins,
Fancy Plush Vesting,
I adies Cloaks, Ac.
Beside a very Urge rd well assorted stock of READY
B'ADE CLOTHING, SHIRTS, e. Manufactured nnder the
immediate supervision of oneof our brm expressly for the
Our Stock of PLANTATION GOODS, such as Osnahurgs,
White Linseys, Plain and Twilled Kerseys, very heavy
Georgia Plains and Twills. Negro Blankets, Country made
Jeans and SocVs, will be fourd very large, and a cheap
as can be offered In th" Southern coon ry.
. Our facilities for business having been very much In
creased. We shall ofler etrtro inducement to those who
may favor us with a call this season.
BRAN8FORD, McWHIRTER A CO.
A.J. DUNCAN & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale Dealers in
READY-MADE CLOTIIIXG,&c., &c,
Ware Houses IVo. 70 & 71,
ATTn nmAiirr T T r( f TIT TfTTn t
OUR ST0(1 ALL COMI LETE !
We have now in Store the largest and best Stock
Staple snd Fancy
Ready-Made Clolliing &c, &q.,
Wb ever Imported, and will sell them at the very low.
est prices to prorrpt dealers. A liheral discount made to
We request an examination of our Stock, a being one
of the largest ever imported to tie Southwest.
A. J, I)l.CAN &, CO.,
aug22. No 70 and 71 Publio Square.
NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED!
117 E have now in store the largest ami best assorted
v v stock of SUple and Fancv DkY COOPS that e have
ever before oBered in this market, to Lich we invite the
parucular attention of city and country merchants.
ALSO, NOW IN STOItlC,
a large stock of Ready-Made Clothing of the neatest styles,
ana ot tne very Dest qualities.
816 Cases ofPannama Hats. Leghorn Hats. Palm Hats; Fin
Soft Fur Hats; Fine Fancy Silk Bonnets ; Soft Straw Bon
nets; Boys', Misses', and Infants' HaU, Caps. Ac.
90 cases of Boots and Shoes, assorted kinds, for Spring and
IIAICDU AKi: A!VI Ct'TLEKY.
A large an 1 well selected line of Hard-Ware.
All the above Goods will be sold under the market price
or casn ana prompt lour-monurs paper. Give us a
chance at you ; we charge nothing for show ing you through.
man. TKAUL t st LI CLS.
. HU. DOUGLAS,
WUOI.FSALK DKALER IN FORKIGN ASP POV1FST1C
HATS, LONNE'lS, LOOTS, SHOES,
LROGAXS, UMBRELLAS, dc.
So, 73, Lower Market Street,
NA SI 1 V 1 1, LI-:. Ti :.MS KE.
(-1 ew ttspi below the JtanJtr-ill Jnn Ijjt.
HAVK tecelved and offer sale a ftritt-rate assortment
TALL. AND WINTER t.OODS.
Preferring to reduce my stock before rtn ot ing to H. A
B. Doug ' corner Building, I v. ill eul n.it te lr-wrr price
tban a more expensive bu-nes lucaiion would justify.
Responsible buyers of Goods at wholesale, who would
serve their own interest bv in-'itutli g a coi i arl.-cn, shall
save several per cent it ihej will examine this very v te-
tre stock. augYA.
R. H. GARDNFR,
B. B. GAKDNLR,
GARDNEP, SHEPHERD & CO-
JMPORTi'PS ASD JOBMRS OF
DRY G0CDS AKD VARIETIES,
RO 0 TS AND SHOES,
HATS AND STRAW GOODS,
No. 2, Naalswille Inn It lock..
E are now opening at our NEW STORE, recently
ere, led on the site of the old arhv il e len, a very
arge and beautiful htoca of the above goods, to which we
respectfully invite the attention of Merchant bajiog In
this ma ket.
augvkV GAKDNKR, SHrPHERD A GO.
li. B. PLUM MILK.
C. A. ssOORLo.
Morgan, Plumracr, Cooke k Co.
WUOLSALE DEA LEfiS J.V
JO XT. "5T &ccxa
Nee. T & S IMifellc Squutr, Naakvllle.
Wt are receiving our FAL.. STOCK, embritcirg:
NAW etkLk. PRINTS A.M GINGUAJua.
voaaovaua, rbaiKB A.vu si Birt3, Jt .3, c. AO.
July30 gnu MORGAN, PLCwMs.lt, COOKE A CO.
ii o xr n r 'z o u
Coacli and Wagon Harness,
H0. 14 CZADESICX STEEET, SASHY1LLT,
HAYING withdrawn from the firm of Uowertone Wllkla
eon, baa locates at the abo place, wbere be will be
iad to se All his old friends j,u etbsrsin want of any thing
ia the way of baataea. Kepatring dun at the shortest no
ne, laalu ly
THE I'LANTElt4 DAlCIt Tl.lt.
A TALK of LeiUtta: by viim A. E. lj,.ey. vol.,
bso. Price 1 'iU.
loctl) UtJt A lla.vi.
WHEAT SACKS oa hand aad for sal
y lijW D. D. DICKEY.
til-.U IIEL l INts.
Crtf FEET tiao Ui Ua t
OKJVKJ bf wurf.
it. og os hani aul lor
u. D. ul . atf.
a. a. woubt.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
''k.'sV- sbs. U esXJ
i Juai l. Jaacs. rrcs't.
I lUMv OF
l. D. itstt.ltiUt
J Daaisla s'ght aaJ time Sills, Go),) Ai i:vr ml
real bank wiliicliciioii n.l(.uioti ceuus
1 try, u!i;it(ttt &.:.. saarketpnc fw( L&ai V arrt Kt
1 fry tvrirv-s4 ea vitM.
RAILROADS, STAGES &
TENITESSEE & ALABAMA RAILROAD
FROM and after Monday, September 7th, 1S57, Traine
will run as follows!
AIL a PAS8K!f0gB. FHEIGBT rASSEHOlB
Leave Nashville .lSa.m. 88np.m.
Arrive at Thompsons lu a.m. &.J 44
Leave Thompson R.S0 a. m. B
Arriveat Nashville 10.15 a.m. 7.14 4
Passengers from Nashville by the Morning train, break
fast at Franklin.
Stages connect with the Tm'ns atThompson'ax
Through Tickets for Memphis. Waynesboro', Jackson,
Tuscumbia, Florence, Pulask! and Columbia, can be pre
pared at the General Stage Office, under the Verandah
Uote!. Nashville. W. O'N. PFRK1NS,
Sept. 7 '.t Snperlntendent-
efrsrry rri- tSz
rlvHE undersigned i authorized to issue bills of lading
I for the delivery of freight through to all the KA9
TFRV C'TIFS hy sir of PITIgnURG ami the PRy.N.
SYLVANIA RAILROAD. It Is carce!y neesssy to al
lude to the well-established reputation of the P. R. R.,for
recnlarity and eed, und rhii p rs wiilresdH annreriate
the coDvenierce rf havir g the f.irilitv f tfi rough lill of
(I'Ung it a fired rate, without charges on theaav. for
further information apply to D. D. D1C K EY,
ClDatLESTON AXD SAVANNAH
Tbrongh TTnte front New Vork nnd
fhilndelpliiH Its uliville, in rrtit.
ueclion vttli IHew lors issid Vlill
udelplii s,t'iiiiklti) I. . to
conliutie 11 liou I M 1 ler tion
from I sit of J 11 1. c t int of
First Class, per 100 lb
Second '4 44 44
Third " 44
Boxes Hats, "
rurnitare and Carriages boxer!, and other light
goo os not enumerated. Carboys of Acids, or
other Chemicals, per 100 lbs., 4 30
El II NT CLASS,
. Piano Fortes, Bocks, Stationery. Poets, Shoes, Liquor
Oi1h,c, in bottles, Camphine and Spirits Turpentine, In
barrels. Carpeting, China, Glass and Glassware, Cigars in
cases. Clock, Cnrfectionaries. Cotton Cards, Dry Goods in
boxes or baler. Drugs, Kruits, Fruit Trees and Shrubbery
Furs, Garden Seeds Looking Glasses aod Looting Glass
Plates, (at owner' risk,) Oister in cans and jars, tad
dlery, 1 in and Brittania Ware. Teas and Spices.
mi1' ""I"' fcUch epecitied in third class, Coffee
Mills, Machinery, Foreign Liquors in barrels and pipes.
Tobacco in boxes. Leather in rolls and boxe-.OHs in bar
rels and casks. Crockery and Queeusware in crates and
oasks, Rice, Whiting, P aster, Shset Brass and Copper.
Til I It t CLASS.
Axes, Shovels. Spades, tad Irons. Zinc ard Tin in pigs.
Tin Plate, Anvils, Vices, casks of Chains ad Hoes, Mai.iha
aud Cotton Cor. age , Cotlee, Heavy Ca-t.ngs, Mill tiearit g.
Carriage Springs, and Axles, tiailroad V heels and Aale
Chairs and Spikes, and Kosin in barrels.
Boxes Hats, Furnitare and Carnages bcxed, and other
light articles not enumerated; abo, Carbcvs of Acids or
other Chemicals, will be chaiged at double first class
JT Have every package plainly marked with name of
consignee, destination and tlepot rf dtllvtry. Attention
to this matter prevents delays and losses, and insures a
Goods shipped via Savannah, should be consigned to
Agent ol Central Kailroad ,-avannah,and packaists mark.
edcareAgeulC R. R , Savannah. Ua.
Goods shipped via Charleston should be consigned to th
Agent of the South Carolina Kailroad. Charleoioo, and
packages marked, care Agent 8. U. it. K , Charleston, S. O.
The through rates a- above cover all expenses from New
York to Na"hville. XocnnntiHivn,di tiyu(jetvrv:iaijaQt
charf,ei either at C!utrtetou or annah.
rkiupers may rely upon uniform rate;- and prompt de'iv.
eries by both lines, uver charges and Uamsger by cither
line, will be aJ;ud;ed by the agents of ILe ashvlJla and
In case oilost or missing goods, I will take charge of any
I , "I'"""1" r''J lur ineir rctuvrry, an.i 11 not
! found w,M pay for ,h 8"me f xi ir"oQ ui 8"
-iJle or HftiHoti on fie ..riVe n, t ltitl,im t oo
J.'otid. must te ailJretMt-d to II. 1. AHdri ton, &upt.,
Merchants when in New Vork will receive every informa
tion and assistance in shipping, by a) plying to .l.c Agent
of the Cbarle tnn line. No. l'JS l!icuaay, aud lha cavau.
nah Line, No. 13 Broadway.
CUA'S. W. ANDFRSOV,
may'.! tf. tien'i Agent.
EKL1G1IIS It. SAIL
New York, Philadelphia,
ton and Baltimore.
f;ANTS who may ship bv the above vessels are
:d that by consigning their coont to lh- aerLt
of the Sou- hrolina Kailroad, Charirstun, or ageuts of
Central Railr a, Savannah, ihev a ill he loraardeu fiee of
cooimis lons,(drayspe am wharf.ige oi.l charged,) aud be
sent throngh at the following rates :
From Charleston or Savannah to Nashville
First Cla, per lot' lbs tl P5
Seeoml Clas 1 00
Third Class 80
Special rates for light goods, per 100 lbs 9 70
Bill! owing an cunt pat,! ves els and atnout.t charged
ford raj age and wharfage, Bill he ma ii 1 to ecu inees.
CHA8. W. AM'KhSON,
may29-tf. Gen'l Agent.
NEW HOC T E TO "l L ."! I1 1 1 S.
TIME THROL'i.FI 25 HOURS.
fl'IRAINS run through from Stevenson to Memphis and
X make close connection with 1 rains on the Nai-hviile
and Chattanooga Kailroad at Stevenson. Through tickets
from Nashville to Mempnis told for tlx. Time through ii
NO STA ti I N .' .
Passengers should leave Nashville on the 5 o'clock P. M.
Train, which arrives st Stevenson st ':15 A. M.. and con.
necu with Trains (or Memphis. No delay except in chang
ing cars. C. L. ANDtKMON,
ipr3 Ticket Agent.
Nashville and Chattanooga Eailroad
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAIN,
Leaves Nashville every mornir.g at 7:43.
evening at 6.
44 Chattanooga ' morntog at 6.:t0.
44 44 44 eveciug at
Arrives at Chattanooga every evening at B:S0.
" " - morn ng at C: .0.
44 at Nashville 44 evening at 4:'1K
"at 44 4 4 morning at v:45.
The Day-Trains meet at Tullahnraa and both eonneel
with the train f r Manchefter and McVinnville. Passen
gers for Beersheba Springs and other points on and near
the McMlnnviile Kailroxd should take the Day-Tram, ae
the connection by it at Tullahoma is dnect.
marchxA u. I. AM Kf. t-upcrinif p Jenu
MEMPilTS AXD CHARLESTON EAILE0AD,
'Itllt "ADAMS RX PRESS COMPANY have made ar-
rangeraent wltn tne snort ttaiiioan ror a uany axpretS
Line, ami are now prepared to receive and forward Freight,
Packages, Ac, by fasaenger iraina to uuoisviiie, Uecatur,
ruscumbia, and Intermediate stations on th M. A C.and N.
A C. Railroad. Small Package at reduced rate.
W MeMngerleav Naab villa daily at T o'clock, A. SI.
gey-Freight to be forwarded by Express will be calls
or without extra charge. (snlO-tf A. K. HOLT, Agent,
C A It IN FAsSAG E
From Charleston to IVeiv York,
EN ITF.D RTATFN "1AIL Mil:.
NSW YOiiK ABD CHARLESTON BTEAK
Throngh in 48 lo 3 Hour.
S K il I - W E E K L Y,
THE NFW STFAM SHIP COLCMBIA.lSooO tons, M. Berry,
NASH V I LI. K, 1 .00 Ion T. D. Fwan.
JAM'S A DG t R, lentous S. O. Torner.
MAS ION, lNiutops W.J. Foster.
SOl'THFRN R, 1.IHK) ton I.. M. MIH RA Y"
LEAVr Arlger' Whurvee every WEDHESDAT and
CATTJKDAT eter th arrival of the care from the
South aod West. Tables atippliei with ev.ry luxury.
Attentive and eoarteow eommsndrr will insure traveler
by this line every possible comfort and accommodation.
Cabin r ass age 23
Slaeraga, i. . - 9
UiNRT MISSR00N A CO. A rents.
May (A. Csistnitos, S. C.
Cubiu l'assitpe to .New Vork
- - Wtn . ., - ...Si
Weekly United States Hail Line.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID SIDE-WHEEL STEAM
Al't.t STA 1,0 tons Capt. M.S. Woojjarxi.
ELOltltkA, l.SoO tons t'apl. Isaao Cbowall.
ALAltA.'l A, l.Si'0 ton t apt. G. R. tcaaatg
E V E R i' a A T (J li D A 3T
These (hip ar among th largtwt on the eoaet, uasur-
passed ta speed, lately or comfort mating tbeir pasMge
in bu to 0 hour. aDd are eoai man Jsl by saJ Jul .careful and
poliUomcer. Uavmg ieganlsit.-rvK.a. secomniouauua
lhy Ber a snoet dtr.bl eon y anew m
Cabin paaMcetoNsw lswk-.
SAeeragc passvage to New Tors
Agents: rat' tuvsv,
lAM'L L. MltClilLL. 18 Broadwy.
r-. i ora.
xx xa 32: o "r j. x-i .
fT'llg ubcrit.r latss mi niw .
1 .ustoerand f neads aud t!.e pubue genera i. y, t ha
vr'- . aK e. I . I el a M.I JX Ba
be ha. ren-e-ed hi. ,4""JL, .In. J iTt - i w
Uarket siret. le M w, m -
irtcted on Ihi Sulh side l Broad " "here k. keep-
soasiar.tiy oa haoJata i""'
Jwib-aced , InkUltneel buuc-. H ' J j.t. e.e.s A ...
le-isua to b.s large aaorir. .si of C If TIN .. H LLuV,-
" w . r Work sku J Iron irDt' n
1 1 . t A M K k W ANUlKON
LUUBEIl! LU LIBER!!
I'fllE sabcribr nave a-its" sivmo
ful fcps. J"w woua-y, vu i
. ..j i' hst'SDi-e. Ksi.iosil, Pear mitrwa l-epol,
' " .... k. .11 ( if I Hn.l... ...11.
,4 are fifpr,',""" " 1 . ...-., - .
,1 pruert from r,vii, s v., .i . a .... -
1 tiiitr of v iecr.pi wa. Ibeji . J utnr vuaiber at
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