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rut 1860. Fill Enrolls! MOM CO No. 59, College Street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Are now receiving their stock of JFaZ awrf Winter GOODS. And take pleasure in announcing to their friends and customers, and the trade general ly, that they will have a stock of goods this season which cannot be excelled. e most respectfully invite all to an ex amination of onr Good?, assuring all who favor ns with a call to give entire satisfac tion. We at present, invite particular attention to oar excellent assortment of ev men DRESS GOODS VELVET ROBES, with Flounces, RADZMIER SILKS : ABXUKE SILK, (in colors.) something entirely new; SOLID COLORED SILK, in plain colors and fig ured ; POULT DE SOLE: EROCHE SILKS: CHECKED SILKS : BLACK ARMTTRE ; OTTO MAM VA US, New article ; OSMA3TLI POPLINS, and VALENCIA SORES. EMBROIDERIES AND 1LACE COODN Onr Lace department ia unusually attrac tive this season. New Styles in Lace Seta, Maltese Sets, Point A'Gnille Sets, Point de Angleterre Sets, Point de Alencon Sets. White Goods! Irish Linen, Linen Sheetings, Linen Toweling, Table Damask, Linen Boyles. Jaconet Cambric; Linen Cambric, Jaconet Muslin, Nainsook do, White and Colored Tark-U-u, French Muslin, Swiss Muslin, Ac., kc. BRUSSELS, VELVET, and INGRAIN. CURTAINS Curtail Damask, and Curtain Trimming's. ALSO, STAPLE GOODS, A fall assortment of the various styles of French, Englieh and American Prints ; - Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet ings. WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all grades ; TWEEDS, JEANS, CASSIMERES, CLOTHS, &c Goods for Bojs Wean PLANTATION GOODS. We call particular attention to oar large and excellent assortment of Heaty Goods for Negroes. Empire Kerseys, . Teancesee Track for Troween, Plaid Linseys, - ; Heavj Blanket?. ' m - t . Osnaborgs,! : Jeans, ic, io. t TU03IPaON & CO. Aug. 24, ?C0-2w 1860. TED Pm (Boobs, tic. MOKGAN & CO, IMPORTEBS AND JOBBERS OF DRY-GOODS AND Manufacturers of Clothing NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE, ARK receiving, and will have comitate bv the 20lb day of August, a VERY LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK, to which the attention, of prompt buyers is in- viteo. auglO-tilloct 1 REMOVAL. NEW STORE, KEW GOODS. W. H. CALHOUN & CO. IMPORTERS OF WAT 1. 11 Ia S. 4-VD DKAIJCKS IS Diamonds and Pine Jewelry, BAY! REMOVED TO THKIR .IKW STORE, CORKER COLLEGE ASD PUBLIC SQUARE. Augl6-d2w R. C. M'NALEY & CO' HAVE ON HAND OXE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST COLORED AND WHITE CANTON MATTING. ALSO, An Unusually Large Stock of PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED C 0 T T 0 N S! For Servants, which they will sell very low by the piece. Jfftf Persons not yet supplied will consult their interest by examing these good:1, as we art determined to close them ouL R. C. M'NAIRY & CO. aprl6-tf CLOSING SALE OF Dress Goods! 1ST OT w isbiug to carry over any portion of our SUTITIKK STOCK, wc nave this day REDUCED TI1E PRICES of every eg in Regardless of Cost. JKg- rersons not yot supplied will do well to ex amine them, as we arc determined to CLOSE THEM OCT. K. C. McNAlRV h CO. juncl5-tf COAIa. rflHE Temessee Coal Company haviug completed X their organization , are now prepared to execute orders, and to enter into contract to any extent, and they flatter themselves that the produce of their miu eg will favorably compare with any other de scription of Coal brought to this market, and that the moderate terms at wnicn tuey offer tbeir Coal will sc cure to them a full aud fair sliare of public patrouagc, eare now Gelling our superior Coal at the follow ing prices: Best Lump Coal at 5 50 per ton or 21c per bushel sup. Kouna ao ti nc " Nut Coal, for cooking and steam, 8 5" " 13c " Fine Coal lor Black smithing 3 00 " 11c " .SJS-TERMS Cash on Delivery. HENRV MURRAY, Sales Agent at Nashville. Orders k-ft at Mr. Geo. Greig's, on Vnion Street, or addressed to r. o. Box 4J, wiu reecive prompt at tention. HjVard ou Cedar Street, adjoining N. 4 C R. R. JOHN JOCHMCS, Director and Manager, Tracy City. jnly26-3tawlm Mariou county , Tenn. HABITS OF GOOD SOCIETT. A Hani Book for L es and Gentlemen Thia is not, as might b inferred, a collection ol Bet forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, and conven tionalisms. Written for a person well conversant with the world, and, withal, deep thinker, gage reasoner, and a correct moralist. It will become a standard work on Habit and Manners, and will find ts way into every library. For sale by JOHN YORK ft CO., my t No. 38 Union street. FOUND. A SI M of money which the owner can have bv de scribing the same and paying for this advertise ment. Enquire at this otlice. augl$-tf 2STE W BOOKS, JUST RECEIVED BV JOHN YORK &. CO. The Kelly' aud the O'Kellys by Dr. Thone Margaret MancrietTe by Charles Burdett The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne The Duchess of Orleans. Poe and bis Critics. Hanibohlts CorresKndence. Mill on the Floss. Life Struggle by Miss Prdr. How to enjoy Life. Fawn of four Acres. Living Representation Meu. Arl Recreations. Habits of Good Soceily -for Ladies and Gentlemen. Lite's MorningLife's Evening. Notes on Ncrsing by Miss Nightingale; El Fnreidis by author of Lamp Lighter. Bryant's Eulogy on Washington Irving. Littl Bo aty by author of Gamblers Wife. Mores' Letters to Lord Macau lay, Tyluey Hall a. novel by Tbomns Hood. Tlirono of David by author of Prince House of DvM. . . The Florence Stories by Jacob. Abbott. Tbe Biblecal Reason Why Word of God. Friers-WckmI Post Omco by Hein.of Redclilf. Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modorn Rome. 8 g v Years, and other Storie by Julia KaYanaub Tlie Little Beauty, By the Author of the Gambler's Wire. Mary Stuart, Queen of Scotts, by Reynolds. Dickens' Short Storios. The Rebel and Uie Rover; Just received by JOHN YOBK k CO., nnca-tf 3$ union street. The Largest Stock of MDSEGARS Ever Shipped to Nashville. f3" I8 by the """lersined.embraing joooere, as weu as dealers generally, are Invited to STOCK AND PRICES. r TKn. nIm brAin M they hav. aot had julra- No.MCntoawVvvt. TOBACCO ECROPEAX MEDICAL rXTnTTT '- 1 -: DRS. S1HS0X AND LACOSTE. SIH Broadway, Opposite the St. Nicholas, ' NEW YORK Established (or the treatment f chronic Disease" in both sexes, requiring experience, tact, and delicacy. i IR SAMSON, diseases of the Long and Throat. DR. LACOSTE, or TMK BOKPITal. DC HXDi IK raRJM, Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Hicord, Takes charge of the speciality of disease, of a Delicti. mature in ootn sexes, eakneecs and Piorvou ucointy aud such a fleet ions of Ladle, lor which the new French method ut treatment is considered the best. Dr. Samson's Peruvian Cora, recommended bv V. Humboldt aud Capt. Herndnn, V. S. N., agniuat Con sumption, for sale at $3 per bottle. Tho beat remedy against all affect inns of the Lungs. Dr. Lacosle's Flor del Ccavali, against Sexual Weak ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Rlcord's Tills for the cure of Sexual Diseases of a poisonous character, $2 per nui. nis lAaies-i-ariKian Miver I inn, warranted 10 have the desired effect, $2 per box. His Gonorrhoea Drops cure that disagreeable alllietioa iu two days, Si per bottle. Safes lor protection, $3 per dozen. All remedies, which are still a secret in the hands ofouly a few French physicians, can only be bad of him. Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of cl targe, to all jmrta. Address Box 3,576 Post Office. New York.iu Eug Ush, French, German or Spanish. julyii-dAwly A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! ! 1,000,000 Boxes Sold of lIOUEllliAlVS MAGNETIC PLASTER THISeuoruiouifquaBtitya this Invaluable Reme dy has beei. purchased by citizeusof tbe United States during the short tim.it has been before the public. Tbe reason for thisextraordinary success is simply in the actual truth aud value of the article. No one buysthc MAGNETIC PLASTER without be coming its friend. It performs all that is promised and carries with it its own recommendation. Truly tnisisa victory peacefuland bloodless but we be lieve not less glorious than the triumphs of war, with il8tain of carnage and desolation The MAGV2TJC PLASTER is undoubtedly tb. Greatest St engthener and Pain Destroyer that Sci encehasyi tdiacovered. IfyoupntthisPlasterany where, if ' ainis there, the Plaster wil lstick there nntiltb ePainhas vanished . TnePl&stermagnetizec heP' away, and Pit deannotexitlwIierrtbisFlastcrisappIie bumatism , Lameness ,Stiffness, Weakness ,De oil.ty , Nervousness , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia , Cough and Colds, Pains and Aches of every kind, down eve to Corns ,ar. I M MEDIATELY RELIEVED, aad , with ttle patience, PERMANENTLY CURED, by the mag ealinfluence o f the MAGNETIC PLASTER. 1 1 i a the implest,surest,saict,plesauteBtandcheape8treai edyin existence. Itsappiicatienisuniversal equal) ly tothestrong man .the delicate woman, and thf fe.bleinfant. To eacband allit willprovea Bala and aBiessing . I ts use i sagreeable ,and withou t an noyanceort rouble . I ts price is within reach o fall rich .r poor; allmaybaveit, ana allshouldhaveil whoaresick,and sufleringin any way. FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup plied with the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be th Good Physician in any household ,ready at a II imes and atinstantnotice. Putuplnair-tighttin boxes. Each box wli.makt six toeightpla8ters,and any child can spread them Price26centsabox,withrull andplaindirections. B. C. KIOREHEAD, IV. 1)., Inventorand Prvprxet r,19 Walker tired JTewTorl MOKElEAU'S.HAG.METIC PLASTER IS SOLD Bl ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE HWHJlkJS ti WUERE. july29-deodweowlyin MANHOOD, HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED. Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope, A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA DICAL CLRE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility. Nervousness and Involun tary Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption and aicuiai iuiu ruysicai ieouiiy. BT ROB. J. CULTERWEIX, M. D., The important fact that the awful couseauences of self-abuse may be etloctually removed without internal meaicines or me aaugerous applications of caustics, in struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de- vicea, is uere clearly demonstrated, and the entirely new and highly successful treatment as adouted bv the celebrated auther fully explained, by means of which every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at iue iuoki put-sioie cost, mcreoy avomiug au tne adver tised nostrums or the day. This Lecture will prove i boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal to any address, post-paid, on the re ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. C'HAS. J. C. KLINE, ISO First Avenue, New York, Post Box ,obo. juiyis-tr SA1M)X1FIEU, OR C0XCENTRATED POTASH. Morellum Douhlethe Slrengihof Ordinary Potash "OOR making Soap wtthoutiime, with little trouble m- ouuaiirimngexpense. xne cheapestarticle ever discovered for the purpose. One pound will make twelv. or fifteen gallonsof gocd Soft Soap, or nine pounas Hard Soap. Printers willnnd ita superior article forcleaningtype. It is perfectly soluble aud free from impurities. Rrokeuinsmallldmpsandpat op iu 1, 2,4 and 6 It cans. Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL WOKK,urooklyn,aDdioldby R. DURKEE & CO.. oct3-dawly 1S1 Pear lstreet. New York UKVERS1TT OF NASHVILLE MILITARY COLLEGE. J. Bcrrie.v IjjmsiET. M. D., D. D.. Chancellor of tha Iniversity, and Prutessor of Chemistry and Geology. Col. R R. Johsso:, Superintendent of the Military college, ana jToiessor ot fjigmeenng. JamksF. Hajiiitox, A. M., Professor of Mathematics, aaa xaiunu rniiosnpny. J. H. Stkwakt, A. M., Professor of Greek and Latin Ianguaces and Literature. GhokgkS. Buckie, A. M-, M. D. , Professor of Botany ana natural History. Rev. J. W. Horn, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature. R. W. PrrxaM , Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages. j. t. AxtiUDi, leacuer oi i rencn ana 1 rawing. C. K. Wrsfrrox. M. D. , Surgeon. The First Term of the Academic Year 1860-61, com mences on the 3d of September, 1860. Tbe Second Term commences on the 27th of January, isoi. commencement cjtcrcises laite place on tne 12lh or June, isoi. Tuition, Boarding. Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants' attendance, and use of Arms, $10a per Term. Matri culation Fee, Jo. Students are required to furnish their rooms. Engineering, French, Spanish, German, uni iuk, BuuL-uxuuis, uiu r cuciux eacn iv per lerm oi twenty weens. students under 14 years of age will not be admitted. Bv the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern- ment is established, and health, physical culture, good oraer ana inausinous naoits are promoted. or tJataiogues. or additional information, anulv to any aiemocr oi too r acuity, or IS. K. JOHNSON, July 23 w2m. Superintendent. TENNESSEE STATE FAIR. OPENS at Nashville, September 10th, and continues during the week. $o00 each is offered for the best Durham Bull, Blood Station, Roadster Station and Jack. Besides large premiums on Fat Cattle, and on all tbe leading articles in Machinery, Manufacturer's and Domestic Departments. Competition is open to all the States, and no fee is charged for entries on ani mals or articles. Programmes will be sent free of charge to anv nart of the Union on application. L. P. WILLIAMS. secretary or state Fair at Nashville. auglS-wtd -. . UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. Medical Department. rHE course of Lectures for 1860-61, will commence on the 1st Monday of October next, and continue live months. The introductory, as usual, will be delivered on the first Honda v in November- Thoxas R. Jesxhcgs, M. D., Professor of Anatoinv and Physiology. J. BERRIES U.MHXI, M. D.. Professor of Chemistrv and Pharmacy. C. K. WBOfTO-V, M. D.. Professor of Materia Medica and Medical Jurisprudence A. H. BrcHaNav, M. D.. Professorof nrical Anat- my aud Physiolgy. Jobs M . v jtsok, M. D. , Professor of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children. PArx F. Evs, M. I). . Professor of PrinciDles and Practice of Surgery Yi. K.. BuwuMi, m. D.. Professor of Institutes and Practice and Medicine. Wiluax T. BBHsgs, M. D.. Adjunct Professor and Demonstrator of Anatomy. The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for students on the t.ret Monday tq October, (tho 1st.) The Tennessee Slate Hospital uadcr the direction of the Faculty U open to tbe Class free of charge. A Clinique nas ocen estabiisncd in connection with the Univresity, at which operations are performed and cases prescribed for and lectured niton in the presence of the class. jlAmount of Fees for Lectures is S105; Matriculation tee (paid once only,) 5; Practical Anatomy, S10; Graduation Foe, $25.- - . -i . - . . Good Boarding can be precurod lor 3toS4per week. For further information or Catalogue apply to W. K. BOWLING, M.D., . , augS-w4t . : ; Deaa of the Faculty. T O B A C C O. ' ' - TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT -. W 11 O Li E S A It I RANGING from thirteen cents to one dollar per pound, purchased with a view to - i -' , . , . HARD TIMES, And will be sold with the samo '-hideous ootoeter," in full view. i Also, much larjer stock of - i- j CJsars, Snuff, Pipes, &cU 7 : Than can be shown by any other house In tbe State. All of which will be lower than can be boeght else where ia the city. ' ' ; . J.H.LAnULEY, aug.25-tf " 44 Cnton street " Jlercer Potatoes I , BUSHELS New York Mercer Potatoes, good AJ3 tor mttoa or pat(uv.Jiut received sad foia "7. A. JE.NKJ.NS. saarLCf No 14 eouih Mark St. FALL AND WINTER 1 TRilBUB&MCUS WE are now receiving and opening a large and se lected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY . DllY GOODS, LADIES' DEESS GOODS, ; TRIMMINGS, &c, READY-MADE CLOTHING, iSUOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS, - Negro extra size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool Hats, Cloth Caps, and a large slock of Variety Goods, Threads of all kinds, and Yankee Notioas, &c, A-c. A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and Brown Domestics, Plaid Linseys, printed and plain; all wool Detains and Casbmers, Colored Pilks. Black Silks Poplins, Debages, French Merinos, K-.lish and German Slerinos, tTinled American Deuiines, Ribbons, Trim mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large stocK oi wane, yellow, red and gray tlannels; Cloths oassimers, Isittinettx, jeans. Beat bkin and Beavi' Cloths; Over Coatings; a large stock of Shirts, Skirts Fronts, Shirt Collarrt, Suspenders, Gloves, Hose and half Hose of everv kind , 4ic. , &e. A large and well assorted stock of - x-i iine READY - MADE CLOTH ING Consisting of Over Coats, Business Coats, Fine Cloth roclc and Dress Coats Pants and Vesu, Under Shirts and in-awers. A full line of Clothes now in store, just AIX), 550 cases of Shoes, Boots and Brogaus, Cliil dren's Boots and Shoes aud lufaut Shoes. This stock is unusually large, and will be sdd under any body": prns ui iuis uuiraet. ALSO, a large stock of carpeting; teuei and Brussels Carpetiug, 3 and 2 ply half wool u.u ou unuu carpeting, imten and Scotch Carpet ing. ""u win uc ihiiu cueap. ALSO, Knives aiil Forks, Saws, Augers, Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek mg Brashes, Blacking, Guns and Gun Caps, Arc, cheap, We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg est stock of everv descrintiou of Knnria in tlii -iii- ..i Nashville, and all we have to say, Is that we intend TO inrj. our uouse miaij. be the head quarters for c7sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase their goods in this city, and we intend to sell to that Trade exclusively; and we say to cash and prompt time buv- ers cull and examine our . , LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK Before you buy, be sure. EDWARD TRABUE Jk W. H. LUCUS, No. 73 Public Square, Nashville, Tenc. We have iu onr employ the following gentlemen: I : k'l 1 W TIT L'l I? 1-O..T1,.- .. t. 1.; GEO. W. NORVEIX, Entry, Bill Clerk aud Salesman j.vMta u. .-MicMUL, salesman; -. W. RAYMOND, do; HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do: tu-t but not least by a good deal. These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at all times and especially those who purchase for cash aim pay mcir notes wncn due. aug24-tf TRABUE k LUCUS. EVERY PRIZE WILL POSITIVELY BE DRAWN! SECO.V D Great D istr ibuliii or VALUABLE GIFTS! BY THE 44 Library Association Co.," ; . Chartered by the State of Kentucky. BYEES & CLEMENTS MANAGERS, PADUCAII, KY. Friday, October 19, 1860. .1,650, Magnificent Prizes,; WORTH 820,000- TICKETS THREE DOLiARS. ' One Gold Prize of SI .000. One Gold Priito of Sflnn inx9 augxy wu imw jiuuuuni Harness (duo, one Rosewood Piano $400, One Rneewood PiAno J350. 200 Gold and Silver Lever Watches. Mamitlcent Silver Ware, Fine China Ware, Spendid Jewelry, Fine Family A chance to get one of these valiuible (3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, October lwin, isou, unaer tne management pr a committee se lected on that day by ticket holders present. ' Ail noiaers 01 ncxets are requested to attend. 3- Send and get a Scheme with list of 1M able irizes. - AGENTS WANTED,' Address BYERS & CLEMENTS," augia .. - . i Paducalt, Ky. GUN AND PISTOL MAKING. Frank J. Bitterlich, :i i ,Xo.-16 Deadfrick, St eet.- Ud , Stain- . NASHVILLE, TENX., , j "V MAKCTACTTJllEa AND DEALER UTl y '- Guns, lVincs and TPistols, All work warranted to be of the finest workmanship and of the most superkr quality. " - - - .. .. . . IS" Repairing dona in the best manner, and War ranted. r1 S'" " ' augo-dam: Something to suit the Times- ; Hungarian Grass Seed, j A . j e m i n-s ;; ' ' NO. 14, MARKET STREET, f. j 5 'J: . r rfauticijiatioa of a failure ia the Fodder and Corn crops, weul-1 soggest the propriety of sowing Hsn garian Grass Seed extensively , of which he baa still got a supply. Also a small lot of r . -n - , , . - .. Missouri-Millet, ; " Which- wlB mature ia from AS to 60 DAYS. This arti cle has been already-tried this season, and is highly recommended by some of our best farmers. - - ... -- - ' A. JENKINS. . augS-tf - Ko. 14 Market Street, Clieap Feed for Stock; THE Feed, reduced to $SJS0 per barrel by' I X ' 4 , " BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO. T toll W . W: XL V5 11jaY v ' f LATE OF KNOXYTLLE, TENM. .) I J .-.fJ 1 ENDERhiEpr0fess!oakkiefflcEt4thtfeUjeilt of Naehvilleand vKsinitr-Jle Jias beenactivelv euiaged In tbe practice of his Profession in all Ita .bT4ucheifor thVlafft Sixteen jreara.and hopes b-y uiciiueuiiuuiii oeaoieto renqersaf islactionto all who may favor him with acail..- I ; t Office No- 42. Cherrvstreet.near Capt. Stockell's newresidence. ResidencePearlstreet,South Nash viUe. . 1 .!,-., j. . .. pr25-dtf ; ; dr: jonN: w: morton, Residence , Cor- College and Watkini' Avenue 'V'' . ' (FOBMKILV UM DTBSXT,) u J L . 1 Office IVo. 63 Kortli Clterry Street. ,jan27 tf ... .. ' ... " " Easiness QEarte; a, i. viva.' ' " " ' "" J 6Eo.w. KiTcaa . LYLES & 1I1TCIIINGS, ' SLAVE DEALERS, Wo. 33 Cedar atreet, t ); . . KvisiiviUc, Tennessee, WILL at all times bny Negroes suitable for tha New Orleans market. All persons having Ne groes to sell will please give us a call.- -july'il-tf .. - ;. LYLES HITCHINGS. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. Hats, Bosts fy Shoes, Heady Made Gothing " Hardware, Queensware, See. ', &c " "' L TRABUE & W. II. LUCAS, No. 73 Public Square. . ' W Wl11 66,1 cvery description of Winter Goods v at tow Dgores to close out as near as possible oeiore receiving onr Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS is now in tbe Eastern cities soliciting consignments and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa per, and we promise our customers and Merchants, uiaiu5 i'un-u iu inituiaraei,tnatour stock: will be large and attractive, aud we pledge our selves that our house shall be head quarters for good bargains for cash and short, prompt paper - jania tl t TRABUE & LUCAS. Auction and . Commission Card. TO SOUTHERN MeEdTnTS AXD DEALERS. ri HE subscribers have opened a larire and erion. X si ve house for the transaction of a strictly COM MISSION BUalNtSS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds ot booas, wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in the various departments of Trade. It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion of our consignments are from manufacturer., firtt hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds, keep in view that "the money is made in the purchase." iM-ueiBiaiwiuiiy auenaea te when accompanied by the cash. BENJ. y. SHIELDS fc CO., Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St., : i feb8-tf- ; , . , . Nashville, Tenu. GolPs Patent Knitting Machine, or family and Plantation Use, " STAKES allkinds of Hosiery .Tippets, Undersleaves i.X and many other articles of wearing apparel. from Woolen . Cotton aud Silk Yarn, and Planter shouid have one. Every Family H. C. LEA, General Agent,' , 575 Broadway, New York. AGENTS WANTED. . marl3-d3m Ties, Stocks and Cravats. "17 VERY variety of these articles received and for XU sale by . J. U. MoGILL, apra-tf Cherry street, one door from Union Fresh Ohio Corn Meal. JUST received and for sale by '" ' ' : 1 1 - - . BENJ. F. SHIELDS ft CO., ; . raaylO Central Rooms, 27 College streeL COOKING STOVES. - AN invoice of Black Eagle, Aligator and Oakland, suitable for small families, just received and for saie oy BfcAJ. r. SH11-.L.US Sc CO., ' . miylT - - Central Rooms, College st. VESPER GAS LIGHT J The Cheapest, Most Brilliant, AND ; ; - MOST C0.WE.ME.NT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT IN THE WORLD! ! rrHIhGASia generated from Pure Coal Oil, and J. for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the same style as the ordinary gas fixtures. --. Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug, vuerry cnrcei, uere uie iigni can oe seen at any imn. ii . ia i uu. janl2 ly M. A. PAKRISH & C(H Produce, Commission ; j " ' ' "' ' AND ; ' j FOIl WARDING MEIICUANTS,' Frontiue on College and market at.. South of Uroad, XusUville, Tcnncssscc. mar27-tf . . HAY. ;., . ... - 600 bales Prime Timothy Hay: 100 bales Race Horse Hay. ' ' " CORN." ' " ' '3000 Whels Shelled Corn -' ' i " 100 i " Seed, j " 1 601) " fcar " . " BALED OATi ' 100 bales flats;' ' ' - - ' .100. : Straw. ,. . . . i. , SHINGLES. ' 600 bundles Prime Shingles; ' - ! WAGON SPOKES. V " ' 25,000 Wagou Spokes. ' - r " : - - PEED OATS. ' .- i- ." . , ,. 1060 bushels Pennsylvania Outs. : , - - . ME4L. .. .... l'W bushels Family Meal. ' 1 ' " " POTATOES.' ' '"' 50 barrels Northern Potatoes. '" I The above articles are on consignment and will be som cneap to close. ; - t, mar27-tf M. A. TARRISH s no. CTA Bcles Hungarian Graos just received and for J J sale by. . . ., . M A' PARR13H Cti. ARMSTRONG & CO., . No. 69 Market Str ' t . . c . . . , Nashville, Tennessee. '. VlTE have now on-hand a full and complete as sorxment or atAUMi.vta. lMmMKmn. An. which we oiler at the very lowest prices; ircular Saw Mills, double and single ; :, ' ' Male's Cider Mill and Corn S heller; . Sinclair's Straw Cutters; ". Wheat Drills; MUiers steel Plows; V --. v :.-,.:; -Field Boilers, &c ! sepl4-tr .,. .-.- i j ARMSTRONG k CO.' ' blacksmithing: IN ALL ITS BRAN!IIES. Shop on Church betwoen Cherry and Cotlegests. w , NasliTille,'Tenn. - ! r THE undersigned respectfully Informs the public that he has recently taken tlie above stand and is preparedl o do Blacksa.it time in all iti branches such as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy-Repairing, S:o., ice., in the best manner and at short notice. , Ue solicits Eharo of public patronage. ' 1 " . -- ' ' - ' : . JA3 TARPLEY, jan24-tf . Aent- 1 JO. BDWAHD3. J. K. OILXXSOK. '. r. xd wa re,., EDWARDS, GILKES0X & CO. (8CCCK880R8IO o.iDWatns,') j . Corner of College and Clturcb tn. t " TTlicksale Grocers and CommissioD M ;E R C HI ETS '---. ASD DEALERS I N. -j'- fj L1 f ' 'ine Brandics, Vines, Cigars. Tobacco, 4e ctll-tf tti-u. ,i j.;,a ijj'l'-rj , R. T. FLE3IING,' 'Jc. I 1.U , .ANI OniamentalrPainter, V. 62 TJnionStraet.NASHVTT.T.-p 7 , BetweenCherry and Summerdtreets.) ' -Ordersfrom the country 'promptly attcLdet I FRANK I-ESUE'S JMQNTHLY, for Jnner i 4 KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE,' fpf-Juae; -j ECLKCTIC MAGAZINE, for June; i f Jast received byt i r. hagan, : . College streeL.; MORE 1 NEGROES; IN A CASE ! d: A2SOTnER LOT: OPjriiosi FlKE." ' - PMNCIPE SEGARS,' ameng which may be found every SHADE of the , tu L:t-KW?iM MARK .rt-..v;J i .-i i ' ,-, .in--i j - r uAiaJw,,..;. 7. A very large assorUnent of ., . ' , ' , v FRENCH ' PIPES, to wh-csale,at 44 Union Street.''' v-' ' j. aprti-tf J.-W. LAN6LEV. Conger's Salooni A' X this N.w Saloon on Market street, near Union SUDStaEliai - " i ?"" L U N c n . -i will be regular'y sat every morning at It o'clock; aa4 every tTeajaj alt o'olocJt, jkaiC-if ' r-r2 JlttBreUanranijjr qAITsra -CORNELIUS Iiuneral; jUhdertakerSi " ' u I il 1 11 jii.ii .itiltiT ' I i ME1ALIC BURIAL GASES, s: 'i 1 f. 1 1 i i r C A S K-E'T S, Noi 49 Church Street, NasHiFille, ct5 tf Tennessee. Job Lota of Boot and Shoes. WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call immediately as they must be sold ,at our Ware rooms up stairs, No. 71 a- - . : jumx'-tf. ... . TRABUE & LUCUS. CHIKCH aNDERSO.f. . .johs H. asoKssoa CHURCH AXDERSOX t CO., WIIOLESxVLE GROCKIIS AND Commission lcrelianls, No. 50 Colloge street, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. mar29-ti ,..-. . Oats! Oats! 1 EU.SHELS of A No, 1 Oats, just received aud for sale by - - ' - 1000 niar-tf - CHURCH ANDEBuN & CO. - Hungarian Grass Seed. TTE have on hand a large quantity f the tx-fit v ' Hungarian Urass Seed, which we are selling low. CHURCH ANDERSON 4: CO; uiar29-tf ' - - - . Tar! Tar! , . V i K have just received a large lot of TAR, aud ft are ofl ring it at the lowest ligure. iuar2ii-tf CHURCH ANDERSON k CO. Wliisltr! Vliisliy ! Wliisky ! WK have iu store a larire quantity of the be?t of T an Kinu.soi tne purest WHISKY. All ye lov ers of the essence of corn give us a passing cull. warJ9-tf CHURCH ADER.JN ft CO. 6 Sundries ! Sundries! . , TOD cau find, at all times, at our More, all kinds 3.- oi t.roceries, sucu as sugars, Lonee, Molasses cvrups, C-, nC, AC. "tnar-iS-tr - CHURCH ANDERSON ft CO. Umbrellas. T.ECEIYED a supply of Umbrellas of Silk, Alimc Al ci, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large ana ana oiiier8 smalt tor bummer use apr5-tf , ; . J. II. MUillJ Under .rear. , NOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of Jl. Gauzo Silk, tiaaze Merino, Cashmere, Linen, usie tnreau, jacconet anu wouon, receiveu ana lor taie ny j. 11. MctillJ.. apr5-if - : Burning Fluid. rpVANN'ER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil 1 luf ecu un.tor sale at feb25-tf - - RAINS BROWN ft CO. "3 Fresh Corn Meal. fTIHE subscriber has made arrangements wtth one L of tne most extensive mills m Kentucky for regular wccxiy supplies ot ramuy Mea', and is now receiving 3000 hu6uels which he offers to the City rraueat siigiu aavance over cost ana carriage A. JENKINS, myl2 IS Market:; eeL Hide, Oil & Leather Store.. T ' KIRKPA TRICK k SONS, No. 81 South Tmird JLf 8TKSBT. betweeu Market and Chestnut Streets, rnuaueipnia, nave ior saie DRY 4: SALTED SPAN1SII HIDES, . '. ' Dry and Green Salted Patna Kipe, Tanner's Oil. Tan ner'sand Currier's Topis at the lowest prices, and upon tbe best terms. t. t ' JST" Allkindsof Leather in the rough wanted ,1 or which tbe highest market price will be given in cash or takea in exchange for hidos. Leather stored free of charge and sold ou commission. . septl 3mdw - , The Invisible Hearing Apparatus pR- DAVIS, Oculist and Aurlst, 127 CarondeletsL, a Aew urieans, ia., nasa newiy-mventea instru ment, for extreme cases of Deafness. With its as sistance a person is enabled to hear with th e great est case to enjoy ordinary conversation and to hear at public assemblies. It rests completely within tbe Ear and can be worn without the slightest inconve nience. One object of this instrument is to keep tbe organ in a constant state of activity, and by so do ing, in time to enable a person to dispense with its use. Call and examine or send lor a circular. aprl4-3ra - " ' ..: v-..'i ICliaT 1CU'.'. lCi:tt T1TE nave opened our lee Depot in tbe rear of v the State Bank, and will seTl as cheap as any in the market that is as good. Our ice Is from Para dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made exclusively of the beet Spring Water in the State, from four to eignt inches truck, v. e will open a depot on ixjuth Cherry street a iC. McCrary'8 grocery store aooatitiei A- ' . , marl 6-41 -. B E. ft J. J G ARRET f - Tobacco fr;c -Oays ! i . . AT - . i -.. A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE, ; 0a Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a. . ATTEy O'CLOCK A. M. ' - . "JQThU arrangement Is male for tlie paropeveof both ao-ommodnting buyers and planter, aud I hope will be satisfactory. " ' - . . . marlT-tT ; Extra Fine ; Teas, : I., OF all .the favorite brands Ne . Plus Ultra, Gun Powder, Silver l-caf, Young ; Hyson, llowqu Mixtures, Imperial and Black. . -'; :,. , . For sale by s aprSl-tf' ' RATN3, BROWN v.t. ' FLOWER i POTS 100 DOZEN. Flower nate by ' '; Pots, aborted silts, for RAINS, BKOWN & tK). .-.aprSl-ttj . Ground Feed for Stock A N aiditional supply just received and for sale X. by BEXJ. F. SHIEI.ISft CO., maylO . ..... -.. i. 2T College WreeL Lv-a.wiis Coal Oil. ,: : . ; r . ; , 5BBL8. COAL OIL . a very superior article, just received aud lor sale by feb25-tf ' " " BAIN.-, BROWN ft CO. Coal OU! Coal Oil!! - ' Ji 'll . ' PIN LAY & CO.'S ;: j Premium Coal Oil, Manufactured in Louis, Mo, 1 1 HIS- Oil is aluiootcolorless clear as tbe purest X Spring Water deorderized does not crust the wick or smoke the chimney the best OH made in the East or West.ard took tbe arst premium at the last' St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it nee Is to re commend it to goreral -use. ' we have received a supply of this superior Oil, which, we are oQeriug to the trade ny tne Dcrei oniy at manufacturers' price. aprll-tf . . Batr -;, . No8, 6 and S Market st v A Coal Oil Lamps. f DOZEN Coal Oi Lamps, of various styles, Sited v witn i the ceelbi .led Collins Burner, for sale by (eb26-tf KA1JS3, BKOWN ft CU. - V.V- vl.lAil 1 G. n i J-: Fresh Gar den : S e e ds; WE are now in receipt of a complete stock of LANDKETH'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of -.$59,tnciuamgalltti.diilerent varieties or . it .Artichoke,., v . I-ttnoe, Beets, Cabbage, parsley, Caulifluur Pepper, , Salrify, . . Eudive, Nasturtium, ' . Pepper Grass, Carrots, : ' Mustard, ; ' P.a, ; EggPIant, .'Asparagus, , Okra, . Celery, - . Spinach, ; ieeii, Deans, - Borecole, -r j - Onion. EarlyCorn, "Rhubarb,' , Squaah, - - . Koil Rabbi, vti Melons, Brocoli, , Cardoon, " Turnip,' "J s'- f( -adish.: j -. . .Cucumber,', t,. Kale. Blue Graw .Timothy Clover. Herds Grass, Millet, and another kinds of Field Seed on band daring th season. uuntrv coanis suppnea witn uaracBBeea on ,tl . 4.A!, OMIIK " r - ' - ' I Furnishicg Goods OUR stx-k of Fun Bosom Shirts Is again complete; -'or anolaess and comfort we eoturoend them as bein particularly approiruite to the present hot sea son'. We have arso a small let-of Poa Bosom Shirts. together with an endless variety of phuner styles. We bare also received anotLer lot of LaBt's--me SeoteTn, (iUrtnr Hxofiterciitfi, Dressing Ri-bea, Suspender, Half hoie, Ae.,4c. Also, a re-uppiy ot geaaonable CNDER-WEAR. Call and see ear Uood. v e are determiued to dispose of Ah.n &t very law figures, be nf aax:ous to r.duc. onr stock. jnnezt-u J M. MOU1LU siliiiiiiiii wtArisEiL." 184 5 , STILL MAINTAIN Their Superior Reputation FOR Tailors, ttoot and Shoe, Harness and Carriage Makers ' AND FAH1IL.Y USE THE FAMILY 3IACIILM: SEWS BOTH Light and Heavy Work, FROM THE LIGHTEST TO THE DE1V1EST CARUET A SPECIAL Cash Premium of $50 Is offered to our PATRONS for the Uesi Specimen or Scwinj; Exhibited at the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, cam mencing September 10, 1S60. CONE BROS., Agents, aug-i-lf M College street, Nashville, Teun. WHEELER & WILSON STI fili AHEAD AND Challenge all Competition. It is the" Only Machine ' OF ITS KIND V V IV IXYliX T li W I NONE ran coniiare with it iu construction as to du rability. Consumes nothing for reitairs. In beau ty of design and UnUti it stands unrivalled. In point of elegance and practicability of work dona it cannot be airoarhed. There being no tension on the lower thread the opposite ln-ing tho case with every oilier Machine the work will not be drawn. In fact, il id altogether suiertlous t multiply wi rdsat this late day as to the menu of the Wheeler ft Wilson Machiue. its popularity is world-wide and co-extensive with its use. None know or understand it but to praise in unmeas ured terms. Tens of thousands are using them through the entire range of purMise and material lor Family Sewing with complete satisfaction. Cull aud sea the new Marking Guage and Instrument or Stitching iu Cord. .cw Style Machine Fifty Dollars! C. R. PARSOAS, Agent, aug!7-tf UNION STREET, NASHVTL1.E. H. H. HAYNES & CO., AGENTS FOR THE i Sale and Purchase of Negroes, At No. 16 Cedar atreet, ; Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel, ec29-tf KaaliYtlle. Ten it. Tin Roofing. HAVING every facility in the way eT workmen and materiafto do first rate work with despatch, I will contract for Tinning roofs, either in tho city or country, at low rates, and in every case warrant satisfaction. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, fte. Also, Galvanized Iron Cornices, &c.,donein the best manner. J. W. WILSON, feb8-t Opposite Sewanee House. li . 1 V EUS & CO., AVltoleaale Coofectiouera, No. o2 Main St., Cincinnati, O.. MANUFACTURERS of superior quality. Candies of all kinds, Gum Drope, Lozenges, Sugar Toys, French Confectionary , Fancy Candy aud Syrup. Also, dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Sardines and Fire Works. marlO-fim A. RIVA & CO., IMPORTERS - Direct through the Custom-houseof " ' AND DEALERS IN , Kashville, Wines, Brandies, &c, From France, Spain .Portugal, Germany aBd Italy; Harana Cigars, Olive Oil, V ElVMICKliLtl, a!Lc aJLc, No. 30 North Market atreet, (Next door aoove the Watson House,) . N ASIi VILLI:, TEXiXESSKK. WE have establisheda housein tbiscityfor the purpose of vending fine WINES. BRANDIES. CIGARS, ftc.,ftc., and keep constantly on hand sev eral qualities of Wines and V randies. which have never before been imported into this State. We import our Goods direct, ( one of our firm being In Europe much of his lime.) and PAY THE CUSTOM - HOUSE DUTIES Un ALA. Iti. t Utit.U, AKilLLhS HEREin tbecity ,whichfact, we think, alone should provethatwe i Cross Tics 'Wanted. THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com pany wiahtocontracifor 40.000 CEDAR CROSS riS,6feetlong, 6 inches thiCK,weli hewn, to face at narrowest place not less tban 8 inches clear of bark jlimber to be sound ;tobe-ueliveredatthograde line of the road in Nashville. -- " Thecontractors want tocont nc tf or 30,000 WHITB er POcST-OAK TIES of the same size as the above,to be delivered on the lino of the road in piles from section 14 to section 24,enonghan eachsectien to supply tne same. Persons wishing to bid wilMirect tothe President and Directors of the Nashville and North-western aailroadCompony ,Sashville,Tennessee. juiyi-tr papcrrcoltiptng.paintino ART GALLERY Of American Portraiture. Corner of Cut on and College Street' THIS establishment, the most extensive in the Southwest, still cootinnes to b. th. resort of the fashion and beanty of our country, which fully eudorsesthesentlmemsof thousands, thaU t isthe great EMPORIUM for -. .... Pliotograplis! i jjieiainotjrnes: . r- r . , and Anibrotypes! Atthithousea plctnresare warranted to pieaseor no tharge wlllbe made. We would. speCiallylBvltethecommnnityand onr friends i a general to visitour great Hallo! Portrai. tore, where pictnr.s of the most celebrated States men and Divines can be seen, vis: His Excellency President Buchanan, the Vice President,' His Excel lency Gov. Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. Y Brewn,J. A McEweu.Eph. H Foster, and a thous and otliei a ofeelel rity Bishops Pierce, Kavanaugh, tariy , raj ue,cwBcoai,3ouie, Andrews, anQKevor Edgar,ftc.,ftc. . v Copiesortheaboreeaa be had at a ow prices ny time. . - , , aprli-tf. Ambro types and Melaneotypes, THE cheapest and the best, are made at tha Ar Gallery, corner of College and Union streets Daguereoptype Picture ef deceased pereon. can ter be coppied and thrown up to the Lift H rortr9 Please calland see specimens. , C.C.HUGHE?, Principle and sole proprietor of the Melanectypa rigntinNaahvUle. j v - ,.,-, - -aova-u Sell only Gennine' Imported Coodi. : rtnr.Lneknf nomesticand Havana Cigareisvery arge,to which wrespofBllyiarae the attenlioa e U public, w ei'yijuroK""-j - ---- a batha nure article. We should be happy to r - eiveacall from all dealers and oon.onwrs whea hey vistt lue ciiy.as w.ara iitiis" MlNEUtOOUcrtBS tltimiiv''-' - HOYAL HAYANA LOTTERY. T,.e,ltrdiHarywi"8ofaoyal Havana' nnr3r,CndUCled,by Spanish Government under the supervision of the Captain General Cnba wiC take place at Havana, on lmyeer t-uha Saturday, Aujust 25th, 1SGO UGO,O00ttOLliAUS ' Sorteo Ifomero 641 Ordinario. Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars. 1 Prize of.. ....S100 000 I 6ft I ' " 60,00 I 60 " " 1,000 " -- 600 1 3U.OOO I 163 , . ------ - .... . ,w 1 " ' 20,000, 0 Approximations.. 8 300 1 " " . 10,000 1 . Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each -4 of 400 to 50,000; 4 of 400 to 30,000; 4 of 400 to 20 -000; 4 of 400 to $10,000. . Whole Xlckets $20; flalvea $lo Quarters $5. ' -. Prizes cashed at sight at & per cent discount. BillsonaU solvent Banks taken at par. A drawing will be forwarded assoou as the result " becomes known. IUP All orders for Schemes cr Tickets to be ad dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post,) Charleston, So. Ca. . . . maj5id WALTON FE1IALE COLLEGE LOTTERY! OF GEORGIA. CHASTijlED BY THE STATE IN 1S54. - Y. C. Dairson & Co., Managers, . MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA. SOV K 1a""c II Eit E! POLICY PLAIN' LOTTERYl Numbers, and p.ty any ainoantfora ticket they may 4esire Extra Claas 2, Draws Oct. 3, 1S59. And on every succeeding da v f Snndav exceDtad 1 at 5 o'clock, P. M. In this Scheme, thereare 75 Numbers placed in tne Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve of these Numbers are drawn fron tha Wheel. If a persou selects one Number out of the 75, and that Number is among tbe Numbers drawn , he gets five times tbe amount invested. If two selected numbers are drawn, be geut!arty for on.; if three selected Num bers are drawn , he gets two hundred Tor on. ; if four selected Nnrabersare drawn.be gets a thousand for one;ii nve selected -Numbers are drawn, five thous and for one; if six selected Numbers are drawn , fif teen thousand to one Remember, if two, or more, selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Nunw bers so selected are not drawn among the Twoit Drawn Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank. Our Havana Plan Lotteries Draw Koch (4 ) TiMua a Month. And are the inostliberal ofany Scheme ever odered Fur particulars. addres, W C DAWSON ft CO .Manager-, 0,", 31 M-.iron, and Savannah, ;. CO o O ta 5 as m es H H H O . w? C 3 - a o -2 , r3 c B B 5 O o . Q ca S o o (t g d O 5 O 3J 3 B ft 5 u a i o S a: a O O o o AO O - 3 -S s P 5 xn H x Nl e-4 M S OO If m. il o Z ,i o m a c- ao to 0 .5 ? c b B. 1 House-keeping Made Easy. , THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES wiU aiway. iusure good wholesome bread. For 16 cents yon can get one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will matt. fro. large loves of tbe best bread. . SOO CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected by express. Almost every family ia town has used it For Spring cleaning it is invaluable for washing Faint, Looking GlasseB, Gilded Work, Marble, Silver or Plated Ware. REFRIGERATORS. We have sold a large lot of those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We havo a large lot coming . T bey are warranted tofi ve saw isfaclion, as they are not oniy th. best but ara tha cheapest known. . aprlt-tf MACKENZIE ft MINCHIN. WATER COOLERS, &c. JUST received direct from the manufacturers and for sale at lower prices than ever before sold ia this market. 25 plain Water Coolers, 25 Porcelain lined do. 10 McDonald's Kefr.geratora 5 Schooley's Pateatdo. 50 Miser's 3 minute Freezeis. 2 Seamore'a Pat- Freezers. I also make plaiu Ico Cream Freezers to o.rder ol any size. 50 Doz. Mason's Tat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2 quarts. SO doz. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing. 40 dos. 1 quart Glass Fruit Tars. Ice Picks and Hatchets. Sherry Mixers and Muddlers. 10 dox. Plated Dippers. 6 doz. Pat. Egg Whips. 7 J.W. WILSON, apriI17 17 College street. Sit Lux et Lux Fuit COAL OIL LAMPS TT7E have just received another supply of Coal On ? V Lamps, among which are some very handsome patterns tor parlors, all fitted with tneColims burner which is the last improvement and is immeasurably superior to any other Lamp now before the public for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom from smoke, simplicity in construction, beauty and ele gance in finish, cleanliness and economy. One Lamp will give thelightof four candles and does not cost as much as one- Tbe Oil we have imported to bnra in these I-arap is a clear, beautiful article, free from any oncmure odor, leaves nog.ease spot whenspiit opon carpel or clothing and will not explode. RAINS, BROWN ft CO. Wholesale ft Retail Druggists, No. 19 Public Squar. Nashville Teen mar.l6lf Flour! Flour! Kfi B21.S. Extra Family Flour; 100 bags Extra JU Family Flour, and 60 bbls Supertlue Floar, just received and f sale by A. JENKINS, mar3-)-tf No. 14 Sooth Market G. B. BROWN, A. J. nOOPER . G. MTZELU 1IIZELL, HO OPER & CO WHOLESALE GROCERS, FORWARDING AND Commission Merchants AND DEALERS IN FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC liqrORS, TOBJLC 1 CO, CIGARS, S.rFFS, le., ' Not. 6 and 8 Market Street, NASHVILLE- TEXXESSEE -WHI5ELES, EBA5DIES, WiSXS, 4c W 7E ha re in store and for sale cheap to tha trade ' 125 bbls. Jo. Newsota's celebrated Whisky. , 6i bbls. in a uauruua n uuay. 75 bbls. Old Bye a prime article. 15 bbls. old Rye Warranted Pure. . 86 bbls. Tennesaeo White Whisky. 45 halt barrels Cherry Brandy. 25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy. 80 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. Id bbls. pare Rooerwoa Counlv Whisfcv. - 4 bbls pure Apple Brandy. 26 quarter casks Honand Gin. 75 bbls. American Braady. . 15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine. With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, ftc. Jn8-tf aatr M1ZELL, HOOPER ft CO. - Attention All!! ... T r E bare in store, aad for sale cheap, a largo as 1 sortment of Safe, which for durability an cmpletenes of manufacture stand unrivalled ia tha Coiled States. MTZEI-L, HOOPER ft CO. ' Jan9-tf ' SAO ' No.'s 0 ft 8 Market gu-Mt. A Foil and Choice Stock of Dry Goods at Co ' AT . '' NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S Lip to the time of receiving Spring Goods we will ; ofTer our entire stock of STAPLE and FANCY GOODS at . . cosT Foll c ASIf J - Oar obwet in doing this ts to. reduco oar present stock as much as poesible oeiore getting new goods. Upto that urn. all who wish to bay cheap gooda wilt do well to sail on as si No. H, Sooth side of tha Square. - . Jafl-Hf E. R. GLASCOCK. . O. 8. SEWSOM. GLASCOCK &1TEWS0II . Ooe, CvlUgr ntxt door to McrckanU'Bank, 0 alsrs in and Agents for tat parca-asa aa :! : file of ' REAL ESTATE, Eontiiie Eooses or Land ia the city or cona try. vi'ill also Five tneir undivided atten- -- Hon tatiiaColUoliaa oi Claim, Kejoua uon Loan, c, o. ' EV r;-GLASCOCK. WILL attend to all slaa or PrtP4rt of rj OAvscnptioa s.ti.r a tsrasr v9S2m7i j i . . . . jUll i t s) a f at f 0s !