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PRErT2 4 CliCX,
"- WHOLESALE QHTX1ER8,
"CoamUsioa sad .Fortranling Merchants.
- (kttea nad Tcbocco Fatten,
-CbrMT a- Gi&w W Clare rwf, .AnairiSe.
COFFEE 25 bags Rio; 50 bags Havana;
CIGARS CP.S00 Imp. Havana; 13,000 American;
' CASDEES 200 -JOseKbperni and Star;
C0II0N .YARNS A lo of assorted Nos. Osnuburs,8u-
-' periot qus'ity at rnaniifacturors prices;
FRUITS 10o bxs Uaishis, assorted size; 6u drums Figs;
- - . pO fraUs Almonds; SO bbls Pecans;
FISH S3 barrels and ha f barrels Mackerel;
1 i Kits-Mackerel; 12 cases Sardines;
, FIAWR 2iX bbls Galligo: 173 Cincinnati;
75 du St. Louis (IIarrion's;)
.c, rGLASSC)bo3ra3 Window, all sizes;
- do Qt,Pt, and Ji PL flasks;
7i do F'intTuinb era and Goblets;
- 60" do Squat t and Cap Jars;
-- " -go Demijon. five and three gallon.";
IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted aixes,
, T.IOUQRS IS cases London Pcrtcr quarts and pints;
.'.-lOcaS-e Scotch Ale- u
"x ' 75 barrels American and French Brandy;
'.5 rf0 Apple and Peach "
. - 400 do Whisky, varices brands;
50 do Holland Gin; 25 do X. a Bum;
- -- " 23 do Wine, various kinds;
. . 1Q0 do Cider Vinegar;
. -M0LASSES Bit bbls and ubU reboiled and S. House;
T 75 bbls St Louis and N O Golden S vrup; .
- NAILS-ISO kegs Pittsburgh, assorted sizes;
150 do Wheeling, " "
- PICKLES 15 cases choioi asserted F.ckles;
10 cases Tomaioe Catsup;
' ' pulverised; 8:,dotaftWi;)
JSPICES-10 bogs Allspice; 15 do Pepper;
, jsiiwa ojtadgnmnd;
" "SALT-200bbU Kanawha; 250 sacks toe and cease;
18" tacks Dairy and "obexes table salt;
" SOt? icq boxes bar; 50 do Fancy Soap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 2'l coses ""arious brandy
TOBACCO jJ boses. Chewing, asserted brands;
" " 25 boxes Jenny laud, superior article
SUNDRIES Ind:go. Copperas, Madder, Olive OIL Lead,
' 1'owdcr. Shot, rialtnretus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac., c
For sale low furnish by . l'EBKINS & CLACK.
fjj?l jberul advenceson consignments.
TAUTEU 100,'00 lbs of clean washed Wool;
lOo.Ol'd lbs Bacon and Lard;
v . For which we will pay liberal prices m cash or Oroce nes.
-nnayS l'EBKINS A CLACK.
SliGAIt.-O hud Prime Newfcupir;
-50 barrels ClariGrd Sugar, R'TorreU IxjafSngar;
50 do- Crushed do; 10 do Powdered do;
' Jit received and for salcby EDWABDS A HABBIS.
,-irOLUiira,ijl'KUI'. .-lW wit i nme mo
1 liases u bbls Suagr House Molasses;
1 0 Ubli Golaet Syrup; EO kcja Golden Syrup, m. rc
celved alid tor sale byJ ElnVAEDS A HABBIS.
1HU bea L&zuyra CorTec; 50 bags bt. Jago Ccflee;
21 do Java do, just received and for" sale by
n mnygj EDWABDS A HABU1S.
,itAl-'t', AA1JLS, Aic 1.DW 1-bL" KanatvbaSalt;
f O, -bw biFuic and Coarse Salt;
0o ke NoiL) and Brads, fursale by
--Tfiav'-, EO WARDS A UABBI3.
CHUAICS. - V"W (A-iiuuie llav.uui Uprs;
J IvVaO Iiuitaticn do -tlc;t
It-O boxes Meleo Cirars; for sale by
n,,l iWUO" KI)VABD3 A llABBIS.
7 AA'ULiiS. ajtoxes wuiieana iiJcy iiuw,
1 i do Sperm
COO do Star do;
10) do Mould no;
For sale by m.yg?. EU WABDS & HARRIS.
-- 1 1 r r 1'.
BBLS No 1, 2 and 5 Jlacfe- 50 ctets Te Imperial,
10J kits No" 1 and 2 Mackerel;
CO bbls Vinegar;
5 do White Wine Vinegar;
100 bores Soap;
50 do Starch;
50 bbls Loar Sugar;
t!0 do Crralied do
10 do I'ow'd do,
3 tierces Dried Beef,
lOOboxs Chewing Tobacco,
f.0 casks Carb. Soda,
10 btgs Fepptr,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
S do ANpice.
2 hhiLs Madder,
10 bags Ginger,
23 'do talnron;
103 bxs Scotch Herrings;
.100 bxs M B Baisins;
20 do Layer do,
60 .qr bxs do do,
5 tierces Kice,
2) frailsS S Almonds,
25 sacks 1'ccans
0 do Crciun Nuts,
. r do Citron.
"2 casks Currants,
10 cafes I'ie Fruits,
20 do Tickle?,
t 20 do
l 20" da
1'iue Apple LUeefC,
10 lxes iir rrpper.
Kent's Water Crackers, 20 eases Toughens Lit-
Sii 'at Ciaclers,
"i des Tomato Catsup,
15 do Inion Syrup,
200 reams Wrap Vayxr,
100,000 Corks, assorted,
50 bHu Water and Hatter
W IS ti, Ate 20 qr casks tine Uran-
' , . , II i n . ; .
10 hf pipes do do
25 d' do do
3 X casks old Madeira,
50 12 do I'or
50 S Malaga.
50 Baskets Champigne,
ilumm's Flvur dcSelley
Ancjior, Doncbe, A other
25 case Cordials
80 Jo Claret Wines,
20. do Mukat da
ao jfcranuv .ucwicr,
2 liuncheous Irish Whisky,
2 pijics ptre Holland Gin,
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Ilbls Ohio Whisky,
50 do I) D Country do.
20 do I'enn. Bye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks uondon I'orter,
100 bhls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 ciscs Newark Cider,
In store and for sale by
EDWARDS & HABBI3.
A7tU01L.-5uBbH N" tSfflfa
: .HcCUlJA At TKKKASjS,
' Comer of Broad snd CoUege Streets, Nashville, Tena.
Agents for SmiiH'e PMebttrgh ami B7Kbj7, A'A J, and
V A Ln XJ.VS. POltT Kit At BKOJTN STOUT.
jf U.VVEuowinstorethc following, which they will sell
atl'ittsburch iirices, Uran? iKirtation added) to-day:
-'3 Uhls GWSiuiiir.l'Ut-burghAle for summer use;
1 So " Kennett Brand equal to the best hcotrh Ale;
lU'iVf do do for family use;
20 Casks Uottled do;
mav22 ly r. n.
. o IHAJt A N U .".lOLASSES. 175 hhds l'runs New
O Orleans Sugar, .
t-. r 75 bbls Lna-, Crushed, and rulvcmed Sugar;
' 1C0 do KcbuiUJ Moisaes;
loony's do; 20 kep Golden Syrup; in store
. ,or "mbeS aterbass.
TSnWlMJ. riAHJll, CANUI.ES, Ac S00 bags
V; Um Collee; 50 do 1 jiguara do,
200 bbls Sup Flour, various brands;
160 boxes, y tjoxes, and H lxxcs Mar Candles;
75 do Summer and Tdlow Candles;
60 c!o Dories Suierior Soap; 70 do Starch. For
dc very low. by t'nay21 J jkeCREA & TEBRA8S.
iiiosTsxiiTcxi risas, steel & axes.
A 1) Tons Itollod lion, warranted;
10 do Bells luanmret Iron;
t'oO Kegs Nails, ported sizes;
20 Tons IMUbu-gh Ca.'tings;
- 50w lbs Koglwh Iloster, Crawley and Caststceh
IQUOKS. ' Brrtidies, some very r.ne;
ti f lili MMiialr" rn- finr
2S X Cnfks 1'crt Wins; 5 C-sks Sherry;
SZ Ua-k!ti Clia'npaene Wine, pints cad quarts;
j Itpxcs Claret Wiiw; 10 do Brandy Chcrric.
40 BUs Kcberte county Whisky;
' ' 5 do Sam IMvidmn's Ertra do;
0 do Copper distilled Whi'kv;
CO do Mouongihela U c dr; to do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; lodo N. E. Bum;
" ' 3 do Sweet Mslg Wio.; in store, and for tale on lib
cral tcrm, bv nrnyil McCltEA & TERRASS.
rjH;UAtLO.'.M tW.AliN.-i6 boxesUnghoni
X and Arliiisiejd Gold Leaf, 40 do Ferguson's d;
8 bfxes iluscoilam Tobacco; si do Kentucky do;
60000 Havaiina Cigars, various brands;
M.M1I1' UeU Cicar.S iWUO Cuba Sixe do;
marii Mc'KEA & TERRASS.
TyXL'V. 140 Bags Hue Salt.
-2 McCEA A .RRASS.
o UN'DKIES. ll.onx.-li llnuistone; 20 do Copjxjras,
10 Hags Ginger; 10 do I'ciipr r,
5 do Alpice; 2 cases Indigo;
eOcascs Imperii ar-d Gunpowder Teas;
1 Ujsfc Maoder, aczsks l'utty (in Blad rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 0 Casks Soda;
C Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart 1 iasks;
100 do I'int and Half Imt Flasks;
2'Ju Gross Mason's Blacking;
I'emission Caps 2 Bbls Alum;
'.!- Lli. Dned Beef; 4i.J Demijohns, assorted.
The above wt'.l l s ld verv low at the corner -of Broad
cad College stress, by " McCBEA & TERRASS.
, 21 Y NICJIOL cV PEACOCK
TJTrrillTK LI? AD TO tops SrhmtrnnKker'a celebrated
V Jura W bltaLeaJ, direct from ih Manufacturer,
up S3. Ml llOI. .V 1'liACOCK.
IHIUIt. 200 bbtfl W bile wLeat flourV
500 do star brand, Oo do
BO 3. lrilOI. & I'KACOOK.
AI.HXf.-. 50 bjxos Fref h Kslsens.
JLt ap.23. MOlUlb & PBACOCK
OVSTPBK! 50 box.' Kobiutou v Wcnlr's celebrated
splc'd Oyeters, put up In filss Jars; warranted to
; kcopJnBtilctiwatB. KIUHOL& PKACOCK.
LA : V 1 1 C A Ci''ii ti. SODsgs Lagurla Cotree prtmo
S5 do Jamaica do
Sp. i-J. KICHOb & PEACOCK.
C" KUNItEt SDtJAll. I5bbl5 SuEar.
NtCHOL A- 1'EACOOK.
titbit V.- 1U) bbls Whisky.
M1lLO' Nt;iil. 200 bushels illllet .oed fresh,
j ili MCHOL & PBACOCK.
.Oil .tuk Kliatur KrAhmi
NICHOb & PKACOCK.
aperiorCottou llel Cords anil Plough Line?.
M!Atl-jai bbi iuith Caiolma Tar
V1CH0L A PEACOCK.
-Sugar FlK,ut received by
DAVIS & SWASN.
Baa Oreeo- Rio Cone;
10 lior&pads Bonn
S3 Boxes Palm tioaD:
200 Bbla. Piket and Wilahlre Whisky.
30 do Domestic Brandy and Gin;
S do 8. M. Wine;
50 Ban assorted Cotton Tarns;
2 X Pipe. Old Cor. Rrendv;
0 Bafi Una and Coarse Salt;
500 Bbla. Kanawha do.
200 Jiejt aitortedNalla;
25 da Wrought flpltei.
30 Bbli.Ko.l. KoHm
10 do TAR;
roo Bbla. Ohio Floor;
25 do U Loalj, do;
20 Balei Oakum (Hump.)
10 Reels do (Cotton.)
10 Bbls Lard OH;
20 do Loaf, Crashed and Pondered Sngar;
4 Chests Jenkins Or Co.'s Teas;
25 Colls Manilla Bope;
500 t'a Cotton Wrappijig Twine;
50 Bbbls. Pilot Bread;
23 do ButterSodaand Boston Craeken;
Together with, IndlRO, Madder, Allspice, linger. Black
ing, Mustard; Almonds, Cream Kuts, Star and Tallow Can
dles, Dried Beef, Brooms, Demijohns, Starch, Soda, Ground
spicos. Otc. lUBiore anaior euo
K. KTEWART CO.
IJ KW'UK.lI t'IMVlt.-WliiKS very.flne Pitta-
bar r,Buckwbeat ?iour, ro.ci
irutnberrieai-5Ubls received and for sale, by
dec J. K. BlBH.ltll Ot to.
SIJGAK. 100 hhds 1'rime Surar, in store and for Bale
low by STBATTON, SMITH & CO,
COFFEE 230 bags Prime Bio Coffee, in store andor
sale low by STBATTON, SMITH A CO.
ugl8 11 roadway.
FLOU1C 600 bbls. Flour, various-brands just received
and for sale low by STEATT0K, SMITH A CO.,
SALT 1000 bbls Kanawha Salt;
600 bags Coarse do;
00 do Fina do;
In stcr- and for sale br
STBATTON, SMITH A CO,
IllON ANU CASTINGS 8 tons Napier's Hammered
Iron; 20 tons Boiled dej 15 tons assorted Castings for
salrunciKaffv low, to cloe, bv
' Sf RATION, S1HTH A CO.,
LANGIIORNE & AIIMISTEAO'S SUFE
RIOB CHEWING TOBACCO. As principal agents
for the sale of the above justly celebrated Tobacco in Nash
ville, we are and will continue to be constant! v supplied.
STBATTON, SMITH A CO.,
SUNUHIES Loaf crushed, clariliedand powdered Su
gar?; Pyppc, AUspicc, Indigo; Letter, Cap and Writing
I'apc; Star and Tallow Candlesj- Bar Soap and various othei
articles, all of which will be sold unustuilly low by
STBATTON, SMITH A CO
T7ItESlI ARRIVALS. 200 bbls soperiornew wheal
. Flour, just received, and for rale low to do.se, by
n-r20 STBATTON, SMITH A CO.
Boxes fresh WrsK-rn Reserve Cheec, persteamer.
o r sale unusually low to close.
nor 0 Broadway,
n f f Barrels Ixmisville Hydraulic Cement in store,
i W J and torsaie by
nov 0 STBATTON, SMITH A CO.
-150 Haves Keen & Co, Stony .Mill's To-
50 Boxes Keen A Ca.Suncured Tobacco;
150 do Slubblefield do;
150 do Boot do;
150 do Godwin's do;
For sale by jan3 W. H. GORDON A CO.
a LASS WAKE. 2c0 Boxes I'int Flasks;
100 Boxes Quart do:
5CK) do Tumblers, assorted lor sale by
Jan3 W. H. GORDON A CO.
"CIGARS' 5 Ca.IasTrcsIajesBepilia Cigars;
50.000 Bars Melee
For sale by jan3
BAGS Rio Coffee;
40 hhds Suear:
25 Bbla Mackrel;
io inr. io Qr.eo Kittdo;
75 Kbls Molasses;
125 Ulf. do;
120 BbU St Loals Flonr;
100 do Occiunatl do;
15 Tierces Kice;
25 Boxes, 25 half, 23 Qr. Kalslns;
250 Drums Firs:
150 Beams, w. Paper;
25 Bbls Ale!
lot) Boxcg Tobacco, various brands;
230 Bbls reotifled Whiskey;
150 do Domestic Brands;
135 do do Gin;
125 do do Wine;
125 Bbls Old Bourbon Whiskey;
25 do old Monongehala .m
10 do " .V. K. Hum.
50 Boxes Claret Wine.
2G do Pale6herry do.
5 Casks Maderla do.
And Tor sale low hj
J. C. FKK.VCH A
SOUA AVATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, draining and boUlcing, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directionsforitsu.se, by
consra op fiest m'excs Axn!
N EW 1 OIUC
The only estabilshment devoted cxcluyvelv to
i the manu-
factum of SODA WATER MACHINERY. Ac in the United
States, mid where may bo found a large assortment of even
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac.
ian 27 Bra EsvunusnEn 20 Y'lAns.
j. a. .vfi, jtonKit rsoiv,
BROADPTKKKT.J BOOKS PRO" MARKKT
THE Subscribers respectfully Inform the publlcth at they
have removed three doors from thoir old stand, and
now have on hand ageneral assortment of Confectioner)-.
Suar Ornaments, consisting of Cakes, Candle;,
Kuts, and Fruits of every varietr. Ztlusical Inlrii
men ts and Toy of every deterlption. FishlneTackle
Soda Water, Mead and Alealwaja cool.
Their Candies will be wsrranted to be superior to any
manufactured in the cl'.v, and will bo acid Wholesalo at
12fcents per pound.
Orders from thecounlry carefully put up, and with dis
patch, it.ov. 1
CHGAItS ANEWAullIVAb. 10,000 Kl Divan,
4,0 La Jnscphne,
For rale on Broadway at
dec 2. J. G. & C. ROBEinON'S.
SUNDRIES. 1"0 kegs Nells, nstorted sires;
50 boxcs Lacghora & Atmstcad's Tobacco, very su
perior; 20 barrels Tar;
15 doz boxes Iexington Mustard;
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 cross of box Matches;
A few barrels of that same old Whiskv. Also, a few hbd3
of fine clarified Sugar, together with ageneral assortment of
Groceries, at wholesale or retail, at No. 23, College street,
oppoaiteSewaneeHuusc. tnayll) R. F. uELL.
DLSSOLI'TJON. The hrmof Bhxil. Noel A Bun.
was this day dissolved by mutual consent O. F.
NOEL having sold' his interest in the stock on band, will
pay all debts due by the late firm, and most rrsjiectfully re
quests tlius indebted to them to call and settle up.
may31. 1353. BEN M. XOELABRO.
NEW FIRM. BEN M. NOEL A A. TYLER having
bought out the entire irterestof O. F.NUKL, in tie
business ofBcn. M. Noel A llitx, and taken their old stand
at tliecornerofCollcge and Spring streets, will continue to
do a General Grocery and Commission Buiness, undT the
style rf Brv. M. Noix A Co., and would most respectfully
solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally.
mr.y?l,l!i53 BEN M.NOEL A CO.
Q UNDRIES. POO bgs prime Rio CoCbe,
O 100 barrels tresn t lour,
1 OC hhds fair lo di'cr Sugar;
200 bbls Rebelled and Sugar
100 half bbls do;
1C0 bags Fine Salt;
100 " Ccarso do;
500 bbls No. 1, dt;
500 kcs Nails;
50 doz Painted Buckets;
50 bxs Cuba-six Cigars;
50 do Melee do;
15 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Fepper;
1 caxk Madder;
100 bis Glafsware, assorted;
ICO bbls Vinegar;
fObbls Walkers Ale;
SO barrels Loaf Sugar;
20 do Powdered do;
urn Itamijohns, asscrtea;
S tierces Rice;
5cerocns best Indigo;
15 barrels Soda;
50 bes Cotton Yams, ass'd:
In stoic and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
LIQUORS AND TOBACCOS. POO bbls Sam.
iiale'a Rectified Whiskv;
100 bbls Dean's Recti'ticd 'Whisky;
40 do Old Monougahela do;
50 do Brown's D D do;
CO do American Brandy; 40 bbli S. M. Wine;
5 do N K Rum; 25 do Port do;
S half pipes Old Brandy, beft brands;
1 pipe Irish Whisky;
50 baskets Champagne, assorted brands;
40 boxes asrtca Brandies;
2 pipes Holland Gin: 20 bbls American Gin;
50 boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco;
50 do Fcnncll's do;
51 do Peter M. BoazV do;
20 do Y'oucg & Burrill's do;
20 do Allison's do;
25 do FctortLr-oai'sGoIdLeafTobacco:-
10 boxes Phenix Tobacco; 10 boxes B. Daily's Tobacco;
20 do Missouri do;
10 do Sam Wool's do;
10 uo i-.iidcrs do;
5 do Bced A Nash's do;
In store and for Kale hv
BEN. M. NOEL & CO.
10 do SEW uitc s do;
1TOR SALE. A likely Negro Woman, twenty-one
AIO A first rate. Shoe Maker, 23 years old.
jueK DAUBS A I'ORTER.
THE undersigned would rcppectfully in- RsgTjL
fonn their friends and lho public that GXSf&Z?
tW li,roi-.Vpn nlil stsnd of & T. Watson, No.G-1,
Dcaderickst., where they intend to carry on COACH MAK
ING in all its branches. We will keep constautly on hand
an assortment of Carriages, which we will dispose of ou
reasonable terms. Carriages of every description mad to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable tcrms.and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Work entrusted to us will bo warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
?rBLAOKSMlTUIXG. Every description of BLACK
SMITH'S WORK executed iu the best manner on liberal
J3TH0RSE SHOEING. We have in our employ expert
enced HORSE SHOEBS, and the public may rel von gelf'rjr
their hordes shod in the neatest manner. All workett cr c
to our caio will be under the immediate superiEittds-et tl
the Propiietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
isfaction to nlL We respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal sb are cf their patronage.
feb2-ly kCRAMi SHEPHERD.
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Nashville Carriage Manufactory
TIHU subscriber takes this method of Iretnrntn? Ms most
X sincere lb ants to his friends and the pabUcgenerally, for
me patronage ne nas aireacy receivea, cna wonia say io
them, that he no has on hand the Lai gent nnd Rest
assortment of WORK evereZercd InthU market; from lho
liehtTKOrriNG SULKV to the finest CARRIOLA CAR
RIAGE, all of mr own M&nufCtnrp.
Persons from a distance can rest assured of alway finding
HomrthlDf: that will salt their taste, "If In the shape of a
i arriage." i nave me DCki u orKiucn io ao zny
Work. Call and see mv assortment.
'. B. I am prepared to bni Id Work to order ashort no
nce, i win pay particular attention io repairing, ana win
sell or repair at as low a price as any good builder.
Jy. 14. LowerMarketStreet.
MUI I'll i: 1DIH1C.--T11K eobscriber
L beps leave to stale that he still carry on
the COACH AND CARRIAGE BUSINESS,
at hi nldfttand onNnrth Market St. twodoora
below H. & K. D.mglass.rt: Co. Keeps constantly onhand
a large and veil assorted toct from a light Buggy to a tar
Thankful for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hnping by cheapness, durability andgaod work-
maiMilp li mem your patronage.
Jan 3 ly. GEO. L. SLOAN.
TO THE FARJIIIRS OFTBSNESSEF..
rf'HK undersigned having procured the exclusive rhrhtto
- tlli.iSut-. -tffirtfor;ale. First Pre mi urn Machine:
MANNY'S PATENT ADJUSTABLK NOXTHUKN ILLINOIS
REAPER AXI) MOWER.
Awarded the fiwt premium for mowlDg, rod the second
for reaping, at the heir York State Pair, in the great trial
. i X' . .1. I.. r..t.. ( : i.v. -i
O . UHICIB BliU ..COT lll,lllU.j.lll WiJEUIHU Vi I.U Cltltll
other Maohlnes;awardedaSjlvir Medalat the OhtoState Fair
for the best reaper and mover; and received the highest
award at the Vermont aod Michigan State Pairs, forthe best
reapinzatia mowing marmne.
Tho true merit of this Machinehas given It a great triumph
over all olhers,and be'.ng a perfect combination of a Reaper
an J Mower, it comes to the farmer with double value; and It
it clearly demontrated tobe the only successful combination
oi Keaper ana -'lower.
As a mower it Is sinnle and as perfect as thoneh construct'
ed expre-jly for mowing, and as a Reaper It Is r.s simple and
perfect asif constructed for reaping only .-all the change
thalls neceaary from one plan to the other, Is to Inserter
With a pair of horses, onedrver.the Machine will mow
from IS to 20 acres ner day. denendlci; on the cround. It
will reapthesamc quantity requiring two bands,in running
over broken ground. The driver can lower or elevate as
he mav choose.
The price of the Machine, delivered at Nashville,! $2M
cr they will. If ordered, be delivered at. Memphis, or an
point on tho Mississippi, between there and Mill's Point,
or at any point on Cumberland river, between the State Hue
and Nashvillo, or at Chattanooga, or at any point between
tbere and Nashville, on the Railroad, at the same price. They
arc manufactured in New Yor; and as it v. Ill reqnlre time
to bring them on, all who wish to procure one for the next
season, wouia aoweu loaaarese me as soon as convenient,
at AashVlllO. ap. 5. L. P. CHEATHAM.
JCL.AU1C liACE RO.-XIMJTS.
Just received Materials for malting 500 Bonnets,
Plain Hats. SC 00. Kick Full 'Primmed Par,
is Fower, 7 to 63- The Finest Materials
and Superior French Trammings;
likewise a large Slock of 1,000
JJicA Fancy SiU: Crape and
Late Paris styles of
Blend Jjjoe and
Gossmar Lnceand Straw Bonnets, and Paris MiUin
cry in all tts lew, Ravel, Beuttful and Ex-
... ... r mm t
nuisiie cuwes or materials.
UP. stock is now full and complete, makinzas Rich
I arge and select ttnet as any Mllii.ery eitablishmenl In
the United Statee, and as regards prices, we defy com
petition. After being S jesrs established in bujiuc.n In
Nashville, .and doing nearly the whi.Ieof the Fine Trade
of Town and country, giving us a large sale lor
ltoniteiH unit .'Millinery Goods
We can and will sell S.'t to 30 Tier cent, lower than anv
housoln the city. Ha' -sg Ladies from Paris and the East
to makeup Fancy JU-r.en, t e are prepared toturnoutas
fine Millinery as at any part of the world.
TTP Asl lotend vislilng Paris this Snmmer to purchase
a t all stock o' -Millinery, i wuigivegreaia urgams to reduce
ourStocR bytnc lasior.nay.
Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Km
hrolderied Black Lace Mantillas. A very extensive etock of
Children's Hats, Fancy boous, etc.
N. B Gossamer Lace Bonnets altered to new shaoe
in superior style, having the only new shape Blocks in the
city we can maiceinemgoou as new.
jrp Don't lorgel the hous,No. 4u Union Stree',sext to
tae omit., at juu may sou u uiu pciccnim prices
my. 3 is. im:. Agent.
SPRING OPENING MILLENABY.
MRS. E. LO'JKUART most respeclfullv
fiiinmmms tn llie Ladies of Nahvi!lf! anrl
countrv. that she has iust received direct
from New York, the latest and mast fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Paris Styles, and well selected. H
anyone wishes areal Fashionable Bonuet, please call at No.
11. Cherrv street, imd iudge for themselves.
Bonnets, Ribbons, 1 lowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
Orders from the country promptly attended to.
ThanKful to the Ladies for their former very liberal pat-
ronugc, i uoiM3 suu to lucru a roiiuuuaucr oi uieir luvors.
MRS. E. LOCKUART,
apri!7 - If No. 14, Cherry street.
iMR riCUMIt AOTIl'E.
rpHE cn-partnership herctofnie existing under the name
Bun zvie OI oiKrnna nv.i, is Luis ui) uiKjuiivru.
debts due the Firm most be raid to L. Moses.
The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts
contracted, uy any person or persons, witnouian oruer irom
ma. U. xtiLi.xw.
rp.RY THANKFUL for the liberal patronage' extended to
him (or the list 12 yvare. rrsuectfull) Informs his friends
and th public, that be has madearrangeiuept' to change
bispres-rt business and will dispose of Lis present Stock
oi PUKNiTUrtK ver) low for C.1SH, conalsllngofcvery thing
i.ecrs ary mr nocse-Keefiers: ranor rurniiure in set; wa'
hoicnj and o her Clia'rs; liirsnr, Marbls and plain Deii'
r-aa: Bo fc Cusaes, Pine Sideboard ; Bedsteitdscf alldej'
criptions: Tables; Pretef; Mattresses, and a large variety
. r c. i. r u i : . : r i t ... : i .
t ruiRikuic'ii bit ucnni'iiuus.Kiiicu i uiu ueiermiiieu ku
sen mr less toan anv oiuer nouco in too uity. uan ana satis,
fi sour-elves. L MOSKS.
Nasbvill-, Kay C If. No. 13. College St.
unliable Farm lor .tale.
1 WISH to sell the Taro cn which I reside. 5U miles from
I Nashvlilo. cn tne main lonis.ille and Gallatin Turnpike,
contiJnlii!: abcat 280 acres of cood Lend, one half of wLIch
is cleared and In a high slsleof cultivation, and thrctber half
or woo Hand, eono water as tbere Is in tho country, and plen
ty of It. 'I he Improvements consists of a lar;o and Memo
clius liweaii-g, Kiichcn,Wpsh-rccm, Snokc House, Clrtern,
Ice Ho so Nczro t'ab'ns. Spring House, Bams, Cribs, &c
uneorcnara oi r-' acres wun every variety oi ircitires
The Loulsvi.Ie Railroad, and ulso the Cincinnati and per
hat a ihe Henderson will nn within a few rods cf the ulaee.
It is Kildo.o so desirable a residence ard farm as convenient
to the city, is offered for sale, and as I am determined to eel I.
thosewish ing to purchase will do well to make early appll
ratfon. Potcc$ion can be givenatany time bythe purchaser
nuying my growing crop, iwmir cciireu sen an my stocK
or cn) panto the purchaser, also most of my household fur
uitnre If desired.
Apt !' to me nn Broadway, or to R. W. Brown,agent,of
fSce So CiCberrj'street.upatairs.and either of us wlllfhow
the farm, d:c.,tiany one wishing to nurchase.
a p. 13 tf. A. W. JOHNSON.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAJIKS SLOAN, Proprietor.
U AKKKT ST., orrosiTE jonxsox A noBxs's TOBACCO WAEEnOr"E.
MarUe If'arercoms at &e old ttand Varna- cf Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlarp?ments in myMarbla
Work.-, my facilities m-e such tluit I can execute all
kinds of work in tho mo.-t tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dona in any of the Eastern Cities '-
Bycalhnprat my Ware-rootus on the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, speeimcus may bo sorn which will enable
ix-rsons to judge for tliemfi Ives, which is tbe best method.
Ilaving ou hand all kinds of JIaible from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a line assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
JIarble, nhich I will sell low to tlia trade, wholesale and te
tail, finished or in tho roupli state.
A large assortment ol JIokcmqts, Tojtbs, Baptismal
Founts, TJexs, Vascs, Ousntx Ficcefs, Grave Stoxes, kc,
carved and lettered to order. FimxiTURn Mabjile executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-lVcst as cheap as
it can be procured from tho East Also. ILuible JIaxtxls,
of evrry description, plain or carved. Bctldi.g Sroxr, iold
lVhoicsa'e anil Retail.
All orders left at mj lVarc-Rooms on the corner of Sprinp
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. Jly
friends generally trill find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock before pui chasing e!cwhcie. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, Xo. 11, Cedar Street, fiu doors from tie TMie S,ivare.
. m- tll-tr i i.- , . . 1 '
l "c"'":'I"iv 05 munaa cnoiceaml well selected
Stock of Cloths. Casiniw nnt ViinnM 11
of which will be made un to order in the most r&ah-
ionable Style and at a3 short notice as can be done in any
city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Rend)' Atnde Clothini;. Coats, Pants, and Vesta of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Crava'u), Pocket Handkerchiefs, siUc
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
SfGarmcnts cut at the shortest notice. Please call sad
examia?, nr TUOi J. HOUGH, AgaaU
,DEY GOODS, &t.
IXAJ.HES D. STEVEXSOX. E0BE2T L. WHITE.
STEVENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
. Jib. 59, CeXLege SI. KashtiUe, 7ian
t E havenowin Store, and will continue to receive un
YY til our assortment is complete, tlie largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods in the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry oods store. Our buyei
remained in New York until the List of March, which gives
us the advantage of new designs in many guods which are
not to be foundin any other house in the city. Vf e respect
fully request our friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as we will sell
low fcr cash or to punctual dealers ou time.
ap20 ly no STEVENSON A WHITE.
"TEW SUJU-lIEIt UOODS. We have ihss duy n.
1 ceived an additional supply of Barege Robes, Bareges-.
French Worked Muslin Sleeves and Chemisetts; a beauti
ful assortment of Swiss and Jaconet Iusertingsand Edg
ings; Honuiton Lace; Handkerchiefs and Uuder-sleeves;
Bonnet and narrow Velvet Bibbons; Fancy Lace Coifieius,
Ac all ot which we will sell at reduced prices.
STEVENSON A WniTE,
jun3 no S'J College street
Spring Imports, 1S58-
ANDREiy J. DUNCAN,
HAS now in store a full stock of BRITLSH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue to receive additions by every steamer
Black and colored Silks;
I French Muslins;
f ancy lress ao;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;
Linen and Silk ndkfs;
Satin and Silk Vestings;
l Painted Lawns;
lllacK ureas uooos;
French Prated Lawns;
Cloths and Cossimcres.
Kremlins, Charubry, Camlets,
Fancy Prints, Black I'rints, English and French 4-1 Chintz,
uicacneu ana isruwn AiiteJins, uieacneii cna unnvn unit'
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen lireads, Spool Cottuna, Ac
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which he is urenared to offer at the lowtot prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally.
A.J. V. is agent for several lnrze factories,
and. will soon be largely supplied with their
OOdS. IiastiviWe, tcb. 2.i. IS5-S.
Kicli Spring' Goods.
W. A. & J. G. JIcCLELLAND,
No. 20, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
A RE receivimr and now opening their Stock of SPRING
J AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is deaneuiy the most attractive tney nave ever opened.
Ineywould call the attention oi purchasers lotnc louowmg,
rritn man v other Goods not enumerated :
BlCH DBESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks :
Plain Bich Silks, all colors;
" Berages, "
Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered BriUiantes;
Rich Organdy Muslins ;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Valencicnne Laces and Insertings, Slar Point Laces, Va
lencienueaud MuJiu Collars, CuQs and Dimitv Bands. .lac
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mouruijg
and traveling Collars.
LFNEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Insh Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine Bird's Eve Diaptr, Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lace and Mu.-lin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, Ac., Ac
The most bcauliful Spring and Scmmer Mantles ever
opened in Nashville Also. Silk for Mantles.
Mull Nansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jacc
netts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS, Ac
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread ami English Cottou
Hose, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves.
Alpacas, Ctialleys, Black and Plaid Silks, Black Crapes,
Berages, Ginghams and Musling, blue Rept Silks, without
lustre. Mourning Collars, and Sleeves.
FOR MEN" AND BOYS.
Cloths. Cassimcres. Cottonade-', DHIliiigs, Summer Coat
ings Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Ilalf
Hosc, Ac, Ac.
We will take great pleasure in showing our Slock, feel
ing assured we will be able to offer such indueen-cuts, as it
regards stvle and prices, as to lie conceded bv all.
w. a. a J. o. McClelland.
Vashville. March 29.18o3.
S P 11 1 N G T HADE.
THOMPSON & CO.
NO. 31, Public Square, .nshvitlr,
HAVE received their New Goods, and can assare their
friends that they have never opened a spring stock
so attractive they would call particular attention to their
llich Dress Or.od
Plain Silk drabandFn'y Colors, Plain Berege, all rotors,
Rich Fig'd Bereges, Silt Lavender col's,
French Organdies, " " Apple Green '
" Lawu, " " Li.ao "
Challeys, all colors, " ISOOjdiPlaldlndiaSt's,
Parlandfor Kobes Rich .Mantil a .MUs,
Evening Silks, Blk Salin National,
Bri lal Dresses, Bit Gro do Shine,
2000 yards very fine and shear Printed Linen Cambrics, s at
A great bargain M yds Cold fashioned) Drab and Lead
col'd Pongeesfor tnnel'ng I'reises. Jaconets, aln soofcs.
India dimities, Swiss end French .Mucins, Cambrics, Hair
skirts. Hair and Grasscloth for Shirts.
LACK ;001 . Valer.c.t:nes,Hoilton and Emuioi.l'd
Musketeer Collars, Chemisetts and Sleeves Swisand
Jaconet Embroider!?;. Klonncinzs. Dimity, bands Kiclily
Lmbroiderrd hkirts, Bik Lac-3 Veils, Valencieuns, tnglijn
and imitation Laces, dec.
ANTIL.ij.iS.--SpleouldSIlk Wautlef. oil stiles. .Ap
plique Lace Mantles Blk and col d Black Laco Points
i-caris, velvettrimed Lice Mantles. All kinds or
f all kinds.
LIiK.V"v All. Irish Uueus, Linen beeluig, filiow
Linens, Table Diapers, Towelings, Merscilies Quilts,
Muslin and Laco curtains. Dara3SX,rke.
,Vf UUItr in i .(.-. Coml.ai.nea. Mlk tturii.il
J.V1 paa, Blkchally.encde I.aine, Widow's cloihs, canton
crapes, Eerege de lane. Forla'd silks, HdKfs, collars, etc.
MI.MJi:iJ..lIJitliN Parasols, shades, splendid
Fans, Flbbcnds, Dress Trimmings, hid Glovts, tce
Mitts, silk Gloves, kid cut. Bonnets Jlts-ej Lcghon Qs s. be-t
mate of English silk and ccitcu Hosiery, silk shirts. Gents
MKM AX If M Ii- ia. t'ltha. iaIme es,
Vestings, co tanade, cn'.'d Linens. Linen Dri lli g -Prenbh
Linens, china elk coating. Drab do etc, and suuiiner
cloths of all kinds.
Domestic Goods of all cinds fcr eervanLe, Prints chintzes,
Glnhams, Berege de Lalnes.
tVesolicitai early call, as we are confldent our s'ock
effers great lndccemauuto buyers. THOMPSON .V CO.,
mr. ID. Jio.21. PubPc Squafe.
MOKE RICH GOODS.
JUST KRCEIVEII BY LXPIiLSS.
At Wirhol Corn;r.
No. 13. cosnsr or the Fqcirs akd Mreet st.
E RECEIVED ilils day by expre.e, Miue verv H1CH and
DESIKABLK DRESS GOODs to which I would cordiallv
Invite the attention of toy friends belig confldent they vil'I
be nlcasedboth as rerardss'.iles and Prices.vlz:
Extra Rich Palis Silk Ti-aues;
Sutin Plaid Painted Berages;
" Brochie Damas de Veros;
" Super White FlaiaSatin:
" bmb'd Linen Cambrics. Hdkfs:
" Paris Trim'd Valenclenne Collars and Sleeves;
" " " Vest and Iceve;
" " Collartt
And a great variety of other articles rail and i.e.
ap 28. JAJlhS MCIIOL.
No. 13, corner of Square and Jlarketst.
McNAlBV & FH It .VIA !V,
55 CoUege Street.
ARK this day receiving and opening some verybeantlful
Goods, for tbe Spring Trade, and mot espeetfully so
licit a all from the Ladies. W can show them every thing
new In tbe way of
Kcraffc tic Lainc.
Lucew, Mlks, Vclvct,
ItlbboiiK, Ac, Ac. A-c.
We shall continue to recelvi Goods by every arrival.
thronrh the month of. March, and ourfriends nuA beasstircd
we will sell them nice new things rnd at reai-onable prices.
feb. 23,15. o. 53 College street-
R. C. ANDERSON & OO.
Fashionable Clotliijig- i;ii;oriitiii.
Ob Muriel ttrtft, appetite Jazey, McClnre l; Co.
HAVE now In store one of theprettiost assortments of Fash
ionable Spring mid Snmmpr Clothing
everotreredlnthIsmarket,beingan entire new stock, having
the inlslortune to have our lastummer'sstoek destroyed by
tho Are, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronage
heretoforebostowed on tbem, they earnestly Eolicit a con
tinuance cf the same, and nromle that nothing shall bo
Wanting on their part to give entire satisfaction to ell' who
miii&ior laem wiinacan. tiur swjci. cousisis iu jjan oi
Black and Fancy Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi-
meres, Ltrap V ets Cassimeres, lAnen, Alpaca,
Dress, Trick Sheaney Cassimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coaix.
Beit of Black and Fanev Kilt. Satin. Canhmere Vslcncels.
Linen and Marseiles, some of them beautifully embroidered.
auu a good assortment or
Youth and Hoy, ClotUIng; Hats ol
end style, amongst them some extra lino
PANAMA. BRAID. FRKSCII. KOSSUTH ANTWAGYK.
together with a very article required for a gentleman's outst.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, a flae assortment, which
will be sold by the paterns or made up to order In tbe most fash
ionable stvle. Giro us a mil gentlemen, we think we eaa
convince you this Is the place to bay a good article !mv fo r cash .
I.. V.. A.I UdrVO.l f
say 8. ' - B. STOSELAKE.
fyHE Nashville- and Cbuttaneogo ltailroad
J Comiamv. and the Tennessee River M. M.
and Transportation t'ompjiiv, haTe adopted the'
following latesof Tranpoitation on Freight between Nash.
ville, Tcnn., and the various landings on the Tennessee
FROM NASHVILLE TO 2 I-g I?
a a 3o 2
jz a S -5 oa
. U- U r j a X
Hats,Bnai,ets, Ury t.o-.ds
.i.o.ieu vare, i.igniana
Hollow Ware, Casiloas.
"ool. heathers, Giaserg
ons, liune C.IL.rj,stove
aim Moie Ware. Jeas
' rugs la Uers mid boxes
Saduii;r, Candies. C i.
Mco.iu t Lasa-rugar
Coffrf-. Mol!.-3, Nails.
I'm Plate bar and Pig
Lead, Fith In barrels,
kegs. Rita dec .Window
ula. Uott li tarn, Do
mesli:s. Heirnand Rir.
In ba1et.TooeeoIn box
es.hice. Hide-, lialo hepe
. rln ruils and bxs llara
waru iu craiesanubox. a.
Lead a d Paints In tojl i
i l,vrr Seed. Ch3.s,
uaiiuics, i-iup, nul e ,
tiec.w.ix. Oils Braudits,
Win. s and ouer li iois
per lbi lbs
lllIKD Ls Macon.
Lard and Pork I- ti rets
or 'bariels, riar 1 oij,:
heavy Callog:, Giliu
-Mont s fc Ii d uidre:s;d
Marbirpc 1 0 It 9 j
Pig M.ullp r UO His...!
V bisky. pcrobl of40gul
Suit p ril .1
Fiuur, per bU, aiid.Sat
Potter A e,ai.d Djines-
Ic Lqcoii p,r bbl o 4
ijnd Ltti-ci, or othei
Oils of Teniicscec Maun
Powdtr. se.ure y pack
ed io c si s or hog h-tJ
per 1C0 pa:tuds
I arbn. $ mineral AcOs
(t CMnpan.'s coi.vtii
lence.) KHch.... .........
Piano Forte, boxed
SI 5 II
lb lt 10 01
Cotton (jinsbevrd, and
Portable liarn.w's o r
Queentf ihc.-ou liilil a
E50: 8 50 8 51 1 9 50
P o.s (a siiti-n 1 and
SOI 501 501 CV S3
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS. AND EXCEPTIONS.
Sngle Packages weighing les than 1(W lbs., will be in
variably chaiged as loo lbs.. First Class Rates.
All articles' of unusual size or weight, charged in propor
tion to iLctiouble and expense of handling and space occu
pied. (roods in PjcVacs not secure or insufficient for the pro
tection of co-jtcntif will be transported only 'at owner's
AM claims for damages mast be collected of the party de
Lvering the goods, uud claims for lost or mussing goods
must be made within 60 days from date of shipment, or they
will not bea!lnu.-d. '
The above Comnies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, orforthe Breakage of
Jugs, I'sniijolins, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
they be 'ecurely Packed iu Wooden LUscs with their tops
The foli iwing Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, dialing. Frost, Heat, Storms,
Accidents, or Unartiiddloe.DeI.iys, viz
Molasies, Dres.-ed Marble, (Slas and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, B .gs ol hot, loose, Dcmijons, Fur
niture, unboxed, Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, lave Sto.k of every description, Boxes, Ci
gjirs not GaseJ, Caib iys, Acids, Looking Glasses, Mus'cal
instruments, B.cks and Stationary, GlazedSa&h, Trees and
Shrubbery, Siores and Stove rCastings, Light und Hollow
Un Freight destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
inlcrniodiate points, no exra charge will be made daring the
low water clOll, except tlut all articles carrid at less than
Tiiiid Class ILitcs, will llien bo charged at Third Class, but
detemions arising from low water are entirely at the risk of
Oa Freight lo Knoxville, and all intennedirte points to
Cliattauoogo, Tw cnly-fii e (zo) cents for loo lbs may bo added
during low Muter, but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention tl Goods during or ou account of
Goods conigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. It.
R.C, Nashville, will be received ou the wlurf, all charges
paid, and ent forward without extra charge for Drayage or
No Freight received on Ilie Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tetine-see river.
Farntutrc and all other Articles not enumerated above sub
ect to special coutract.
Emigrant n ilh theirfarnilies and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion witli ii-gjid to or connected with this arrangement, will
address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. IL R. C, Nnsh
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres.Teun. River M. M. A T. C,
H. I. ANDERSON, Supt. N. A C. B. R. C,
JAS. "WILLIAMS, 11 os. Tenn. River ii. M. A T. C.
THE SOVTll XASHVILLK FUHMTUUE
MANUFACMURI'iG COMPANY, are now otferingt
y&J splendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable r'ur
ftmtureat their Depot on Market MreeJ.ThoinasVrt
Aysjnew building, .between Union Hall and theV&s
Square,; wh'.ch they ouir at prices to snit purchasers, "
both at whole sale and retoiL Tuey intend to give satislac
tiou to purchasers work warranted.
Call and examine their stock. Orders for Work attended
tc-with despatch. IL IL GROOMS, IWt.
W. L. Naxcc Sec'v scptf'l
"YXTNTED atthe Soitn Nahvi lie Furniture Factory, ol
V K"od SEASONED LUMBER
lVKto feet of IX inch Walnut Plank wide;
5O.0W do tk) do do do;
60,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,000 do Walnut Scantling, 8 feet long, 4, 5 A 6in.sq're;
100,000 doClierry do do do;
100,000 do iya inch Cbetrv Plank tride;
5",000 do do do do;
60,001) do 2 do do do;
So.ooo do Ash, ranging from to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes nsed for Cabinet puriiosei, for
which Guk be paid on deliverv.
Also, 25 or o good CAU1NET MAKERS wanled, to whom
fair prices will be given ui cash. Also, 1 or 2 good UP
H01.5TERS. None but gool workmen need apply.
KEW STOCK OF
FUKNITUKE, CAltrjiTJNG AND CHAIRS.
CMfie elretL XasLciiU. Tiantrfte.
HAS jutt received a large and splendid assortrjent of
CAB.NLT FURNITURE, CARPETING. CUAIRS,
Ac., which with his former stock, makes one of the largest
and best assortments ever offered in Nashville Those
wanting good and substantial articles, would do well to call.
AlHvcrk sold by me will tj warranted.
Nearly eighteen jcars exj?riecce in this city, togetfcer
with u practical knowledge of Ite business, givcsliimadvac
tages in selecting sucli articles cs are unexceptionable in
style and workuiaoship aud linisi',
"sf AL-o, on hand, a large swek of Flocr Oil CM,
Srlar Lamp, i,iran4t:ta, Luting OUitMS, Mcirattti ard
Cocls, in great variety. All of which will be sold very
low. Call Mil examine. april.'rt A. P.
FURNITtfaS, CARPCTINii, OIL CLUTH. ex.
THE subCMbsr has just returneI from the Ifeg&J
East, and is constantly receiving all kinds of """ 'pi ""
FURNITURE, CaRPCTING. Ac. His eiecfc at SSS?
present consists cf idinost every nt tide in his linccf"busi
nes, and as extensive as toy iu the city. Purchasers would
do well to call, as he is determined to sell low ter cash or on
timeliirapprovci paper. A. PATfOtSON.
marchlo College near Church street
MAUBIEIZED LS0N MAETLE3, C0HJiH,S, PEDES
TALS, TABLE TOPS, &C.
T'HE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at
tciitioii to Ihetr Mai bleizcd lion, as one of the greatest
discoveries of the age, and for which they uceived he
Gold Mfual at tha last fair of tlie American Insti
tute, and lho Medal at tho Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan
ics Institute, held at Washington in February and March
of this tear.
This'matcrial, having a metalic basis, is moro durable
and cheaper than Marble: its representations of precious
Stones and the cho.cest MarbJes, iu moie than sixty dilTer.
cnt varieties, are exact and surpassingly beautiful; it is ca
pable of resisting a gi eater degree of heat, and it cannot be
injdicd by the action cf acids ur oil.
SILAS C. HERRING.
The manufacturing department of ibis Co. is under t lie su
perintendence of K. F. A J. P. Williams, the inventors of
lhesysie.ii, and the financ:al and general business depart
ment that of Jonx Rdsvox, to-nhooi all communications
may be addressed, at the principal Ware Rooms, gjj Uroatj.
way. New York. may! 3m
CBBTCHFLELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GEIFFIN HOUSE
rrIIIS well known Hotel situated within a fewsfeps
J of the passenger car landingi.f the Western and fcjjjj!
Atlantic railroad U nowopec under the supervision of""1
Thomas Crutchtiold, essisteil byJlr.J. W. F. Bryson and
Ttilr. Tlii-i HonxO t'liitn unit.. till, mnlml rf irtlwrtl T T
Griffin acquired a verv high reputation as a first class hotel.
T"ic pieseut proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Grithn's barkeeper, nnd havingpurchased hU most excellent t
cook and house ixir, and hanndtfuruislied the house entirely '
anew .hopes to retiiin its high repntatim aud mcritmiblic :
patronape. Passengers can be accommodated with an muni-
busto aud from the boats.
j. c. uir.irs.
Picket Tobacco Warohouse,
IIAYNHS .V ;?:AIIAjr, I'Tuprlctorx,
CORNER OP EI jIlTII AND MAIN STHEKTrf,
THE above flro proof Warehouse is mach enlarged and
x. ileitis a Cue busiaes.. Our recelpt.bavo been upwr.rJs
of 10.UOO hozihcsds slaeo the opening of our house 1st ol
octooer, lil and our ealos have neon very saiisraetory.
Our mode of selling Is as follows, viz: Every hogshead
Uputiipand sold onitsoMU merits, andafier the sale It is
Vi Un the owner to ronCrn or re eet tbe -ame, at nit pleasure.
One Uinta per hogshead covers all charges to the ownerv
after Its arrival atthe wrehuose; and he receive his monnv
at the varehonst- oSlce as soon as ilie bills run be made ont. i
Wean prepared to pa) all charges on tobacco consigned to 1
us. and hold ltsubject to the Instructions oftheowLer. I
This warehouse ts now doti.fr tho most extensive business
fan Tobacco warehouse lu Kentucky, and w ledgo
ourselves to attatid -strictly and promptly to all Tobacco
C"truied to oar ciro: and we refer to oar past year's business-
merchants. shlppers,and planters generally.
feb.SG. HAYNK5 it GEAHAJI, Proprlelo
DE, AKNOLS'S TJHI0X W.T.S.
(Jaxiot Hill, Teun Jauiury 19, 1852.
Dr. Aenold DtLin Sib I consider it hut an act of jns
tice to yourself and the community, to state to you the verj
great benefit I have received from the use or your Union
Pills. Having been forquiu a number of years, greaujr"
troubled with dispepsia, and constipation of the bowels; at1
times alarming me greatly, I used every other remedy, al
most that I ever read r bead of for the "disease, all'Tithout
tke least hrnrRriiA nSTa. I had almost come to the belief.
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored under
great debility, and mv stomacH Was greatly injurdd by tak
ing the different Pilii, medicine, kc; but oa bearing my
neighbors speak, to frequently of the beneficial effects of
your Union Pills, I concluded to give them- a trial, and
bought a fiftr cents vial, and commenced their use. From
the hrst dose or one Pill 1 was satifled it was Hie medicine
forme. Ibavenotyet used quite one via?, and can now say
to you with the utmost pleasure, that 1 lui, re not for the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such soot! health, as I have
since commencing the use of your Pills. I would take no
sum for the good hce Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my Cimily have used them with the samo liappy
ctTccL At times some of the negroes have had symptoms
of fever at the Erst complaint I have given them oue r
two PilLs, and never had to rejieat the dose but once, which
effected el cure. Your other uicdiciues used by my tasily,
have had the most happy eflWL I Khali always koena sup
ply of your Pills on hand, and I think tliat no one, laboring
as I have undergreit debility and dyspepsia, with aU thel
evil consequences, but what would, aRer a use cf your med
idines. join me in saving the same of thenx.
Resi-eclfully V.- V MASTERSON '
For Sale at tlie L'nig Stores of ZIMKUMAN, T.WELLS,
BEECH. FLEMM ING A CO, and BOURNE'S
JEW DAYiD'5 HEBUEW PLASTER,
THE great remedy for Rheumatism, Gout, Pain in the
Side, Hip, Bjct:, Limbs and Joints, Scrofula, King's
Evil, Vt'hite SweUiugs, Hard Tumor?, Stiff Joints and ail
Where this Plaster is applied. Pain cannot exist. It has.
been beneficial in cases of vt eakness, such as" Pain md
Weakness in the stomach. Weak Limbs, Lanieness, Affec
tion of the Lungs in their primary stages. II destroys in-
naimuation by perspiration.
h i & & a
The lollowing commendation is from an agent resid
ing at Trenton, Tennessee.
Tkextox, Gibson Coonry, Tenn , Nor; 7, 1?4'.
Messrs. Scotix A Mead Gevuimenr Tlie Hebrew Plas
ter is becoming popniar ji this section Tlrre a s l?dy in
this county who s ys she would not be without this Planter
for five hundred dollars a ye .r. She was aCltcfed for seme
time with an enlargement t.f the spleen, "which gave her
a great deal ot pam. me swelling ana pa;u naaaxienaca
up nearly to tbe arm-pit. and occasxaiallv she ctxtld scarce! v
breathe. She was confined foraconsideible time, durinji
which she was attended by some of our be;t f hystcians, but
thev gave her no relief. "She procured e box of the He
brew Plaster, and it relieved her almost immdiately, and
now she keeps asupylyof it on band constantly. Hies
liicts you aie at liberty to use as you think proper they aie
substantially true. Bespeclfu'lr, yours. Ac.
Beware of counterfeits and base imitations. Dealers and
purchasers generally are cautioned ogait.it buying of any
but our regular agents, otherwise they will be imposed uoii
with a worthlcis article, as many bass counterfeits of tius
Plaster are in existence.
Remember. The gennine issold only by us,' and cur
advertised Agents throughout IlieSouih. "No Pedlar Is al
lowed to nil it. In fituietl.e genuine will have tire iiigna
turc or E. TAYLOR on the new steel phite engraved Ialicl on
tlie tepef each box; tocounierfeitwbich will be prosotcd
Philotoken or Female Friend.
Forthe cure of Painful and Disordered Meirsiraasion, Mb
carriage or Abortion, aud the relief of all these Sympa
thetic Nervous Aflcciions attendant on Pregnancy.
In setting forth tlie merit this valuable remedy, the
proprietor has been actuated bv lire certainty resulting iVom.
experience, that the most" gra:itingeKciiullte fosnd at-
icnuanton us uas. iieaiues iiws couipuuiita uiucu .iiatc
been named, the Iliilctoken mav be nsed with advantage in
Fluor Albus, lrolypsus Uteri, Gravel, Dropsy, Dyspapya,
and even in Consumption. In anme of these auxikir.es.
will be required to perform a cure, add in others, it can act
only as an auxiliary, or a palliiitive to remove the Mmpora
Tbe Philotoken is not oSerel as a cure for all the ills
nhich flesh is he.r to, but as a remedy and prcvijntive
fur a certain class of complaints ic uhich it i v.ainniiedto
do all that is here set forth, or that medicine directed with
experience and skill can.
T Remember, that "in cuocc of Preventive is worth a
pound of cure."
N. B. Purchasers, to avoid imposition, will be careftd to
observe my writeaMrnatur on the euteide kbe) Weaell-buttle,
to Counterfeit wfr ;h is Forgcrv.
T. C. BiSLEr,.Pruprieflr, Haaiburg, S. C.
Price $1, per boUte.
Forsale by SCOVir. A MEAD,
111 Charters street, New Orla.
General Wholesale Agents for Lb Southern StaMa, to mfceoi
all orders must be addressed.
Sold by KWIN, BROWN A- Co.. NastmUc, Term. .
W. ". A J. a IIEKRY, ds
J. M. ZIMEKMAN A Oh., dn;
THOMAS WKLLS, " do;
II. 0. SCOVEL, de.
jan 14 dlww
lU, T. J. Ct)LIUlL"f-lontist. ,
17 Ttkei this mtllKidof inliiTOuujrtUeiiuJi-
lin that he is located Dcrnianeullv at Tieutcu.
Tenn.. and is prepare! b perfonn any oirafjoo. that
may be called up-n to do, in the -iii- nosice: pbte work
neatly executed, from partial to entire set:. lie- wiH visit
occasiouallr, Jacksuo, feuu.. aud surruuuding town hr tbe
purpose of doing pluie work jrincifiy. Poroo w.sfciug
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold pi ;te, to he of Jierrire t
them, are solicited topatrostze bias with the aswiranre lhU
satisfaction sliall be given. rosmvM.. or no po oeU4 ly
FOR 1JALE AND FIAL2.
EYE FRUITFUL AND MULTIPLV, ..i a eooununi.
tliat should be ':Iieertuliy 4eved by the fuwtr? c
men. Dr. Larzett s .1 L XO COKUIAlorlToerssnivelJ.i ,
proscribes as an tttectiul rtetorativo In cue of DebHirv
m(iolc.icy, or Bamnite-ia, and all inescdiirities.vf waUir. .
It is all that it pn.t'es-e. to be. vie NaUirv'anMt teslorlivi ,
and remedy for tbn in the married state wi'.hmU "oflspi in .
It is aceriain cme forSc uin .1 I'.ui-sions, G.-nrral Dbilirr,
Gleet, Weabnenf tbe Genital Orjaau. -frervous &vt ,
Lucnrrhea or Whites. As an invitfiiraliinjr niotliwuoil i. un
equalled. Alo, a certain letnedy tor InciDient Jasa no
tion, Indigestion, ls of Muscular energy. I'bvsicad Ljssi
tude, FemJe Weakness, Uebtltiy. Ae, It is warranl
please the user in any of the above mplaints, and-it
priceless value to those witUeut off-pring.
Caution Extra. Find the noineiif Comatfek A i tV
ersonthe wranper mid never buy it unW-s you Snd t e
names as it ttli ban extensively eoaaterSMd of bte-Avoi-1
tli3 ceuntetfeit as vnu would poison.
CAUTWRIGIIT A ARMSTRONG!
W"nolc-a.eamlCetailAgt's. Comer Bruad nd Market
Streets. shvilie. ( jidr i i dtn Aw ln.
UNITED STATZS HOTEL.
TnE above HOTEL is nooropen Sir tho reception of AjsA
PERMANENT AND TRAVlliNT UOARDK1SL jSL
This long established and wcll-kru House lias ' noder
gone a thorough alteration tbroufthout, and turawhed with
new ami ftshioueble FURNIIUKIC
Tlie TABLE will always be rsppiied with the BEST tlie
market affords; and tbe'l'roptietor Utists, br a ayderaalic
course, both with servants nod tlie rcguiariims of the lieuse
generally, he will be enabled to giva entins Kilistiction to
those that may favor him with their patronage
janay ty tnv ju. . arKAtt.
JAHFS CLOVCn. W. L. tMJH, iBX
GENERAL AOESCY AND EJTELLIGEtfCE OFFICE,
Xo. SO, Cutrrjf Street, i. duort from Cedrriek,
GLOVER & EOYO,
(3CCCE.sS TO WltLLULI A CLnVXF,;
TTTIMi atiend promptlr to llunng. Selling, Leasing, and
V Rentin - Real listate, BoTi.o,Stiuvo,A.vn iiimsraNe
CROKS, (JyWeliavecrjiiilbrtaWel!oorai-anU CellsCrrtekfng
care of luO 'Scpves. jz;Z) Nejptwtmjt Ionns, Unyinj and
Selling Stocks of everv description, CoBeetitw-Debia in any
prtt;t'the lfnitel State, Af, Aa Orders fo- Negroes at
tended to promtly.tnd mstniciions faillilnlly ote.,i.
IlEFrnorcta. Gov W B Caiop'jell. fcJPGor A V Bmtrn.
Dr John Shelby, Wheless A Hobson, Bttnttrt, Dyer Pearl 1
A Col, Baiikrrt, W BShepard A C fanler-, Co! V K f
Merenson, Uen b K Annerwrn, jtr itar.rcj jvutmt
O Ewirg, QukUr Planters Bant, 3 It White, 'Jit- j. t-n
cry Court, T TSmilev, Crrh Crrnit Court, FRf hcatham
Clerk CutirlvO'ur., I) TScoU, Xh'iUe fan, S M Scolt
(Sto IPJel. if Bridee-. Saeajue. D Y Wmston, Cn
CHEachua, VerarJah. IfebiM.
C. IS. (.'RLN V JLi-li ii UU.,
Genersl Commission Kerohanta. Chattacor-ga Tcnu.
WILL Ay particular atientkm to sale of Bacon, Lard
and other articles of We!ci n pic-tuce. .
As lhcy Lavealaigc and pers-imiLacquaintancc, end di
rect correspondence at most ot the inipsi taut ton ns in Cc r
gia, end part of South Cainliuaaud North Alabama, llicy
will be enabled la dispose readily of the above mentioLctl
articles in season, and lcspecifully solicit oo&sigiu&esiU.
V. K. Stevexsos, Ewj., 1
2I02CX.V A Co., Xtaiwlit.
A. J. DcxOAjf, J
BciDLEr, WiLsecr A Cc, LTtmUtilie, Altt.
STRATT0A'. SMITH & Co.,
Wholesale Grooera und Comatssiea Uerehasta,
O-rnrr ,jf llrnul tint Ifrttt SmmU,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery dersrf.
meat of our business to Mr. Mmnsc.n Svpvrrtijr,jhg
MinA t !t I L.IM 1 1 . i J J.. Ii. M.ilMtL.t mu . I. -
STP TTOY SMITH . Pn ,lrl,l tfmul Ik,. I
of &xi ;t and Biusd streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept saby Urgaaceeswkns
every few days, tonlikli we mvite tlie ttUantion and r
licit a ell frooi merchants in the country as well as city
d iilers, being determined to sell as low as'any bowe ik ta
citv. Our terms cash and cash only.
tpr 1, 1SS2. JOHNSON A SinTtf.
THE NASHVILLE JiANUf ACTUSHfU COMPANY.
TTAINO, a: great expense, prottiml the matt rveently
:M" lmPnTcd nuiehinerr ami tools for tlie oorsMmottun ol
'he heaviest work in metk, we 4kk from the We-tern
Rnd )U,l!ienl PJ'bhc a tmrtKiu of their uatronajre. Y.'e are
P!" ,0 "'ate to order Rnilrond iUachinery, ch
f? lSJOtives, P-seDger, Ireiirfit Cira, Fig, Switch
g',nu, JP'I -ars,anil all worR appertaining to tUilroatt.
( Steam Ijigincs. Bos.tand Statsinsrv "Engines, from 5
j to w horse pow er. with boilers of 'Jre bt-t Teanaesee Iron.
. - .uiii-s xuicu up ciHnjtiere, wuu urreuitr or taau
San-s,cmbracingtlielatestimproements. Crist SlilK.
Engines and JIachinery, complete, for Grist llills'cfallsixsti.
Sugar .llill of tlie most recent construction, with Eixrineg
to correspond", put up in any part of tbe Southern country.
Cotton t.in. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenaace made to order at start notice
In all cases where it is deired. we furtusli an pnmiv- in
put up the engine and intrua an intelligent negro, sx that
he may continue to operate tl e tngino, ic.
jirasa ana iron catmgs ol anv ue or description, wilh
Sliafting, Mill Gcerii:-, Water Wheels, Cast Irou Bank
Ysnlts, made to order.
Information cliecifidly given and orders received by
wis T, . - J-T,lWIJONlWer.t
N. B-Tbe highest prices paid for old Bras and Copper.
SPRING AND SUM 31 Ell CLOTIflNO.
cnt and made opln tbe litest ml mostapprovnlsHle.Bn.ons
which eaa be fnan.l. cr, Paf a.f Vrs.i every des
erlptloo. All of walca we can s-.ll at raiisfactorr prices.
ILF t-ooutry JlerchanU will and it to their li iere.l to call
0BOJ,ai;we aredelermlned to sell at.mallpr-illUj
' LASDK. KLSKAOH C6CO,
epS. 43 itark.it ilrat,NajhvUU, T
J8HH3(W St SXITB.
Heeler, la Cafea asd Tobacco, aeeeivifig- as Set
.wwrdiBg Merciass., Steaaiteet AgMtw "
. "g"11 BROADWAY, ASHTILLH,
' EAXIGE & CHtmCH.
molesolo aad Eitail Dealers a Sootx, Siees. .Satt
Caps,'"aaJa, Valisej aad Carpet Tlnji.
Comes STRICT, Nxsuvillc, Izss.
''- A. ILAXTXTO, "
Cotton aad Tobacco Dealer, Forwardiag and Cisrisa
X02EI3 & STHATT0N,
(Kccrassocs io loxwat. Moaais A Co.)
CoiraiMd Forwarding Merely animel ti.
S. II. PARVIN,
merchandise aud Vrotlucf; Broker
i . ALSO..
General Newspaper Agent.
OFPICE A5H STORK,
t-p St. tf ' 5o'30 wLcTST,aat!nnaa
,, . S. miLM-II,
r Z rr., A!,a D,i t '
. Loftoi, Tooscco, and ail kinds of Prcduau
Corner o: Clarke and Market streets.
Wijlcsale aadSetaU Grocer, Dealer la Foreign asi
Doaestc liquors. .Eeesivirtr, FcrwardfcS
Coaaasslaa 2lehst. &
Ub SetranC noasef Ci Jlega M, No 23.
W. F. HARRIS t CO.
Bccciveon consignm-Btandjell all kinds ofPEoora.
dec i Jm
N1CIIOL & PEACOCK.
W1IOLESA LE GROCERS,
Foruarding & CenimKion Merchants.
Corner of Market and Caarch etreets,
liUW ARBS Ax HARRIS,
irrOLSSACB GS' CFSS
FORWARDING A.D COJIJlisSIO-V
Dealers in BrMdiei, VTizst, Cigars AC
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND CHURCH ST3.
' KASHVILLE, TEXX.
' trccn acccfu. run rnuuss.
ZffeCREA & TERRASS,
Wholesale Gracerr aad Dealers ia Foreign aad LV
astiz Liquors, Floor, lna. Casting, Sslt, etc.,
Corrsr of Broad ana CUw itrertt,
Jau.teiper, v rt. n.usom. t. r". Jl.uu.e
rxn r ,lVI "AXMIJI A: CO.
rlioisalc-.Grxers, Fcnearding and Commission
W ill ,arRe ,D(J coramoillous Briek Ware Heoaea
t x within 40 yardaof the Kali read Dsut. ni recMv aad
forward Gwidri eon.lgnad oUclr tare, free of drayara at
hist point. . I net 10-
2A5IAGE & CHURCH,
Whcilssals aad KJail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
COLLEGE ST, NASHVILLE.
IIERRJiA.V 3. SARONI,
Proiessjr of Voeal Sfusic, IaatranenM Mnsic ard
TtBMs. Ooa DcHir a Lesson, pavabie quarterly. Letters
aw ressed as above, wilt meet with prorapt attention.
a. c. cusrs. ww. TEnar. j-. c.rx v
C IRUTIf, TERRY & DE1Y.
DEALERS TN HARDWARE AND CUTIZBT.
H, Mtrtmi SLand 2j, ihrciant SL, "kJaJmiphut
. 1IL. J. IV. CRAY.
Office in MeCorabs' Kew Enilrlias'. cn Cherry Street,
JUttttun. iMdu-ki and Vnwa.
.declt lrw RssioKvcE Stwasnc
s. a. sawtcb, p. i WALuicr, cTnovracn".
SAWYER, WALLjVCE A CO.
Xo. W. Frmi Sb ed, 1U1 Tori.
E. H. SIHPS0N & SOUS', '
Wines, Ilrntulies. C'i;ai, Charapnigncsi, Ac,
XO. 10, BfSAfSR STJiEEf, AA'IF TOHX.
And Run la. Bastid. Boana-ux. mayi ly.
REiV. n. SOVA.&VO.
GROCERS,. AND COMMISSION. RECEIYING AKD
And Ilcalcrs in Forejgu and Domestic Liqnon,
COLL EU s Tit A V T.
W. B- OOBPOi, c. n. bs.-x7
W. H. GORDON & CO..
AUCTION & COjIJIISSION J1ERCIIAXTS.
Fcr tho sale cf Htrchazidise, generaUy,
j" 1 KVsHTItLE. TCTt.
Jons c- -rnoitKOK. imur u. inoxrscjr.
jr. c. & p. ii. tiiojipsox.
ATT 0-R HITS AT LAY,
juseV-lm Ojt. Otrrmf Strut.
V. R. CLAIBORNE,
ATTORXK 1' AT LA W",
No. ii. N(-rth rhenr StreeL
"TXT'ILL practice in all the tVmits of Law nod Equity of
It D&riikoa Ueuuty. ProBint atteetien riven to "tlia
oiHeetion of cfttims.
liefer to Beiura J. Wrig?. Esq., Franc-'s IL Fogg. Esq.,
JohuTrirtWev Esq.; RhH ltoiwm. Kq., And. EtT,u,
Esq.. W. R Coooer. an. KnV-in II. Iwimr l-Vt . nr
L Pearl A Co, Jos. B. Craipl-wd, Es.j , Jas Walter, Esq.. tine,
t S. IL Amforsofj. i may
A. f. iavii:,
, . ATTORNEY AT LAW.
. J.rann, Trx.
Prsctics tl Uadbun. and Mm a4 .IiiIhs; cocmles, nd. will
give pojmj t aitaUloo t eoIUrctL s and any other busings
lu his prnfffssroii. " ftj m
R. IV. BROWX,
' ATTORNEY AT LA IT
Office, Hp Stairs, Xo. G3, Cherry Street,
TTTILU is connferkm with he practice cf Liw. also act
5 v a iiGt-vriiir ' purciiadfl anu sale of Keil La tale,
nu iKsraug rsrua, nooses anu Lots, Ac.
Lmferterf aad ltfV.r' in
Havana Cigar, Tobacco, nud all kinds
Fcrcigu Winc, Liquor., c.
JIBES II. TOOK...
w. c. wiiiTTunaiir,
Atloruoy. ra s.iiiv,
, s , COLCXBul TE.Y.VES3ZE.
'i J "I" prietlcB their pr-iletsron In lho countlm of
Maury. Marshall. Giles, Lawrcuce, Lewis, and Hickman.
G. MACeusourt, s. c attPWAT, J. aajuattaa
HACGSIGOR, ALL0WAY & CO.,
COM3IISSIO Si JIE,1CIIA.VTii,
SSSr.CiUKLa SrarET, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
N- E. ALLOWAY A CO, NasliviHe, Tena, ars at
all tunes prtfjared to make liberal c&ih advances on ahip
x. a. hajix.
w. p. ncinr.
E. C CIXT.
ALIS0NTA HAKUFACXTJRTNG COMPANY.
Ojfre Xo. WX, Putiit Suture, XAtiXe, Ttnnitu.
Dealsr ia Fornitere ai Piaaos, Window Shades, looS.
Ifigr Olassej, Kattre, &c,
VUou Slri, war Cherry, X'thciUe, lenntwe.
a Tl.iuu rx,irvvrTiTii7 j.r. .. . .
: .wi..a. unc mnue ic vi jer or ucpairea,
j XV PtlbesboTtestnuticv.aBd wurriawtd. aprl7 Sm
. , BRADY, G0RHAN & CO.,
gotten Factors and General Commission Msrchaats,
L NEW ORLEANS
HTTbey keep an Office in Tuseumbia, Ala.
I5TI1. S. FRENCH, Agent, Naahvie. is authorhed. to
she CASH advances ttpoa shipments of Produce to th
; R,.UAK AND CHURCH
Wholcsala ad Retail Dealers in Boon, Shos Trunks,
. Vallises and Carp.it Bigs.
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A RE con.tantlr teceivitxr direet In.m itu l-i
Xi. JJan itaetories, a great variety of India aad UmtU
I urn' Bm and SM, of the Ltlt -S(rV.,suitab!e for
I either OUyor titntrj TrrnU, rrbie), are e;red rerj luwlr
t the MfAyev awn, or Single pair, lixttdri, i!nxk,inU and
j aU bayir are mvitod to examiue our Stock before pnrchaa .
'g- nurehlS BAMAGE A CilGlJCil.
j CIXARLES wrsJIITil,
j BOOKSELLER AKD STATIONER,'
I - No. al, Cnxuse Sthict.
SCHOOL, Law, Medical ReJigiirtH and Miscellaneous
Boots, Also, Blank Books and Stationery, at lowest
"Country irerchants, and Schoot Teachers supplied on
1 the most favorable, terms. Ni4ivil!e.Tnn feh
J. T. NATHURST
ROOFEl: ANO JiAA L-F4frrm?VT
J. this mode of Roofing: the constant increa of its popa
anty forthe Ut seven years that it has been tested in nw.
ly aU parts cf tbe U..n; is the best evidence cf its rnStr
and value. The roof shows for itself
e'ab:I'rUCJ Strset, second dcwrlroa CedirsL,
Canurcf-ZTarltiand Clark Sw. x x -rr
WE iaro now siore atrg' frj u
quors, Wine, etc, whicTwdJ SVcU atSTS .
market prices, for cash or batter. NId at "f to ' "