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GROCERIES
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GROCERIES,
MISGELlANEOlrfS.
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vJKXJLZ ESALE URO CEXtJS,
CMOteiCK and f prvrafdiag,Mrcbr4at3,
- Crttaa -ail Tohseeo Factors,
- i Grner,tif Q&tft -tfid Ckitreh streets, EarhtiUer
COFF EK--SM bag eW" g Havana;
t -' - AO-do Laguyara; w do Java. ,
"ClftAXS 99,000 Imp Haw-ana; 12,000 Aiaencui ;
' a w,0O00 Cuba s .end Molee Cigars;
CASDLES 200 .wxes Sperm and Star;
200 bores Stetroe aa Tallsw;
CeiJOJ? TASKS A Ij'of assortcoV.Noii. OsBubars, sa
. ". , ' . pcrios ouaUtv st nianufiaturora nriew: .
FRUITS HwJbM Baisins.'assorud Bize?: Wdrumj Pigs:'
ou trans auoonoj; iHi DOiii'ccaas;
, 133 50 barrel and htff barrels Mackerel; ..j
' ' 75 Kits Maskarcl; licaviiSirdsnc?;.?
I'LOUR 200 bbls Galligo; 173 Cincinnati;
J3 da St. Lews Harrison's;)
GLASS 500 boxes Window, all siici; , .
' 123 do Qt, Pt,?nd i4 PL Flasks; - .
- -75 doFintTumbcrnndGublets; .
, 60 do Sqnatt nod Cap Jars;
' , SO Dsmijons, fire and three gallons;
"' "IRON Tennessee and Pittsburg, assorted sixes,
LIQUORS 13 cases London Rirtor quarts and pints;
10 caws Scotch Ale " "
73 'barrels American and French Brandy;
S5 do Aprle and Peach "
.- , . 0 do -Whisky, various brands,"
" "',?'' 50 do Holland Gin; 25 do N..E. Rum;
. . ' S3 do Wine, various kinds;
s" 100 do Cider Vinegar; . ,
MOLASSES 150 bbls and bbls reboilcd and S. House;
73 bbls St Louis and N O Golden Syrup;
NAILS 150 kegs. Pittsburgh, assorted Bins;,. .
i50 do "Wheeling, " "
TICKLES IS cases choice n"iserted PCckles; -Tf-.
- i -"lo-'cjsMToarttoeCatsnp; "
' SUGAR 100 blids LoiusIAna Sugar;
100 bbls St. Louis and Philadelphia Crashed and
Pulverised; 23- do Loaf (Loverings;T
SPICES 10 bags Allspice; 15 do Pepper; :
10 do Ginger, Race and ground;
o'aLT S00 bbls Kanawha; 250 sack line and coase;
1 3.1 jacks Dairy and 73 boxes table Salt;
SOAP 100 boxes bar; 50 do FancySoap;
SEEDS 45 barrels Millet Seed;
TEAS 20 cases various brandy
"TOBACCO 50 bov Chewing, assorted brands:
25 boxes Jenny Lind, superior article;
SUNDRESS Indigo, Copperas, Madder, Olive Oil, Lead,
Powder, Shot, salca-atus, Soda, Axes, Chains,
Painted Buckets, Ac, Ac
For sale low for cash by PERKINS A CLACK.
rLtberaladvanreson consignments.
WANTED 100,000 lbs of clean washed Wool;
100,000 lbs Bacon and Lard;
Dried Fruit, Feathers, Beeswax, Tallow and Ginseng.
For which we will pay liberal price. in cash or Groceries.
LtS PERKINS A CLACK.
UGAH 200 hhds Prime iiewSuear;
larrcls Ulanuea ouar;
.r0 barrels Loaf Susan
60 do Cnisned co;
10 do Powdered do;
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
Just received and for sale by
may 2!
- rOLASSES, SlKDi t iw u'.hs rnme iio-
ilXlasjes; SObblsPnagr Mouse Molasses;
10 bbl Golden Syrop; 0 kegs Golden Syrup, justre
ceivedsndforsaleby EDWARDS & HARRIS.
inaygi ' .
COF.T.EE.- "0 bac;s Green Rio Coffee;
100 lags Laguyra "Coffee: 50 bags St. .Tago Coffee;
25 do Java " do, iul receircd and lor sale by
nay 22 EDWARDS A HARRIS.
O ALT, "NAILS, &e.t&j6 bbls KaiuswhaMt;
O 500 bag i-iii" ana W)ar;e r-au;
500 kew Nails and Brads. Torta!? by - -ivr
1'DWARDS A H;
may23
HARRLS.
r
CItiAJIS. t!w,0iW titumne uavana
' 100,000 Imitation do do;
' 100 boxes Mclcc Citr-ir?; for sale by
mav, EDWARDS & HARRIS.
CANDLE. -0 boxes White and Ftiucy Wnr Candles;
20 do Sperm do;
200 do Star do;
100 do Mould do;
For sale by may22 EDWARDS A nARRIS.
6UIIDHIE3.
"A
Bill? No 1, 2 and? Mack- 50 chests Tea, linpcnal,
.HI! erel:
ittacK unit ruujKm uer;
5ft bhU Vinepir;
5 do White Wine Vinegar,
100 boxes Soap;
60 do .Starch;
50 bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pofr'd do.
3 tierces Dried Beef,
100 bcua Chewing Tobscco,
100 kit Ko I and 2 Mackerel;
25 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herrings;
20 cases Sardines;
1C0 bxs M R liaiins;
i."0 do Layer dn,
EC bxs do do,
5 tierces Rt:e,
- 20 frails S S Almonds,
15 bags SS do,
5 sacks Pecans,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes
5 do Citrons,
2 casks Currant;,
6 hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pie FruiU,
20 do Pickles.
assorted,
50 dks Garb. Soda,
10 Imbs Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 8o Cassia,
T do Al?pice.
I cerooaslndtgn,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bne Gincer,
SO do
100 do
15 do
20 do
20 do
10 do
Piue Apolc Cheese,
10 boxes Gr Pepper,
Bent's Water Crackers, SO cases Toogb-vm's Bit-
Penncr Sauce.
ters.
Sugar Crackers,
Soda do,
Picnic do
2 1 cases Tomato' Catsup,
13 do Lemon Syrup,
20.1 reams Wrap Paper,
100,000 Corks, assorted,
iO bbls Water and Butter
Crackers,
With a crcat variety of other articles, for sale by
mtvii EDWARDS A HARRIS.
1)
UANDllS, VINtS,d:c. Wqrcasks hne Jtian-
f dies.
ZJ ao iinumy .iivtrii:h,
2 puncheons Irish Whis-ky,
2 pijes prre Holland Gin,
1 hbd Jamaica Rum,
2 do St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky.
50 do D D Country do.
20 do Fcnn. Rye da
190 do Amcri'ain Brandy,
20 casks .ondon Porter,
1W bbls Walker's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
20 cises Newark Cider,
10 nf pipe
do do
25 V do do do
5 U casks old Madeira,
5 do Sherry,
60 V do Port;
60S Malaga,
SO IlaskeU Champagne,
Mumm's Fkmr de Sclley
Jjiehor, Bonche, A other
brands,
25 cases Cordials.
S3 do Claret Wines,
20 do Muskat do.
In store and for sole by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
AJID OIL.-
-5i Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil, lor sale by
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
j inay22
aicCKEA i: TUKKAJSS,
CoraerofBroad and College Strssts, Nashville, Tarn.
, , c i 'Tt .T,.7,inJ7 I177fn7 T iT asA '
Jcnll for Smith t Putaurghand l,(t(tno, i. A l, ana
CMroSrl Ktnr,det
"DALE ALES, PORTER & BROWN STOUT.
X HAVE now in store the following, wbicn they will sell
it Pittsburgh prices, (trcospDrtarion added) to-day:
123 Bt.U GW Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer use;
150 " Keanett Brand equal to the best Scotch Ale;
1U0J do do for family use;
20 Casks Bottled do;
may22 ly B-Q-
SUGAR AND MOLASSES. 175 hhds Prime New
Orleans Sugar;
75 bbls Loa, Crushed, and Pulvcrued Sugar,
150 do Recoiled ilolsses;
100 K bbl do; 2o kegs Golden Syrup; in store
und for sale very low, lor Cash or I'roduce, by
mBy i J McCREA A TERRAS?.
UiFFEE, FLOUR, CANDLES. Ac WW bags
Rio Cofl'ei-; 50 d o Baguara do,
200 bbUSup Flour, various brand;
160 boxes, boxes, raid X l-ocs Star Candles;
- - 75 do SnmnW and Tallow Cindlef ;
60 do Dovlw Superior Soap; 7o do Starch. For
ealevery lew, by fmaygl McCREA A TERBASS.
1KON.NAILS,CANTlNS. STBEbA AXES.
ISO Tons Boiled Ircn, warranted;
10 do Bells luunmered Iron;
SoO Kegs Nails, assorted si7e.;
20 Ton Pittsburgh Catings
5000 lbs EnglUh Blister, Crawley and Cast steel;
20 Boxes Axes. For hale, by
.maygi McCREA A. TERRASS.
LltiUOUS. 8J pipes Brandies, Kime'veiy hnc;
1 Cask pure. lloiUnd Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncheon Irieh Whisky, very fine;
23 U Casks Port Wine; 5 V" Casks Sherry;
10 do Tenneriflr;
25 Baskctai Cliampjgne Wine, pints and quarts;
AO Boxes Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbls Robertson county WhUky;
5 do Sam Davidsons Extra do;
50 do Copper distilled Whisky;
. CO do Mouongahela Rj 0 do; GO do American Brandy;
15 do American Gin; 10 do N. E. Rum;
S3 do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
ertl terms, by r.tay211 McCREA A TERRASS.
fPOBACCOA.Ml Ui-.GAItS i5 boxesLangliorn
JL cad Armistead Gold Leaf; 4.0 do Fergiuon's do;
JO boxes 3Iuctdam Tobacco; S3 do Kentucky do;
CO0VO Ilavanna Cigar?, various brands;
6C0C) Mela Cigars; 2UW0 Cuba Sixes do;
may21 McJREA A TERRASS.
SAliT. 141 Bags tine Salt.
lluO Barrels Kanawlia Salt, for sale lowbv
mny2l McCREA A T'ERRASS.
UNDRIES. T Barrels Brimstone; 20 do Copperas,
- "10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do ANpicr; 2 caseiludigo;
,-, Cicases IniiMrial and Guiiportder Teas; '
- 1 Cask Jladder, casks Putty (in Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Sod.i;
. tio Boxes of Jenny Lind and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint aud Half Pint Plaks;
200 Gross Mason's Elacking;
100,000 Percussion Caps; 2 Ilbls Alum;
200 Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Deinijolin", assorted.
The above will be sold very low id tne corner of Broad
d3ollege streets, by McCREA A TERRASS.
may21 8 c.
BY mCIIOL cj- PEACOCK
"'"''EEAD.-rflOkegsSchoonmaker's celebrated.
J Pure White Lead, direct irom the Manufacturer."
P 23. KITHOJ. Ac l'KACOCK.
FLOUIC 200 bbls V.'hito VVheal FlorT
300 do star brands, do do
p-g- Ninior. & peacock.
K
JLltiKliS. M boxes
Frcsli Kal.eiT
XIOHOL & PKACOC1C,
ap.23.
0V8TEKS. 5U boxes RnM11s.n1 & Wemi'scolpbroted
nie'd Oiiters, put up In la Jars; warmmcd. to
keap Inanyciimtte. MCFIOI. &. PKACOfK
-50DagLasuria Co Ceo prime
NICHOL t PKAI OCK.
xrtlclo;
25 do Jamaica do
ap. 23.
QUCSUBU
SIHiAIC.13bbls .Sugar.
NICHOL fe PEACOOK.
w
ItlMtV. 100 bbls WhUt).
MC1IOI. gc PEACOCK.
ftllLLK-jT SUUJU 2CU bushels .Millet heed fresh.
fi MCHOI. A PEACOCK.
J3
HOU,11.-
-20 0)7un hhskor Kmouis.
NICIlOt, & PEACOCK.
BED CORDS AM) J.IiMJS..-S0
doxca superior Ujttou Bed Cords and PJongh Lines.
ap.83. XICHOL & PKACOCR.
rilAlC 30 bbls
J- -lap a.)
Nurth Carolina 1 ar.
NICHOL & PEACOCK.
Mtr.--1 TliiKCK
' ;a. S3.
50-
- Sugar Flffs.jDstrseetvedbf
DAVtj d: SWANN. "
1
- 25 JJoxat Phn3ap; ,
S00 Bbls. Pikes and Wilcnirei Whisky.
30 do Domaattc Brandy and Olci.
50 Ba?sasi6rtcdTuonYarn"
2 KHpoiOldCocj'Krandy;
,0Q Bajs ilne-and. Cotrw Salt; - ,
' -5f)0 BbIf.1C3nt.faa' - Jo. ,
. 2wn.e; annod Kails;
I
W- do-TAR:
00 BbUTohloFlo'nr: "
EJ: do SU Coardc:'
5a.Earcs OatamTHeino.
. ,: 30 Keels da (Cotton.) - " '
10 Bbls Lard Oil; ... ...
So do UuT, Cruahsitand. Powdered Sarar;
4 Chests Jenttns s Co.'s Teas: ,
S3 Cons Ma'uollaTIope; " '
, 500t' Cotton Wrapplfs Twine;
50 Ebblii Pilot Ilrca,!;
25 doUattor'.So.Iaarid'Bojton Crackortr -Together
yitbylndtai, .Madder, 'AlUpicej Gin'ser; Black-
uijr, Jcitard, Almonds, :ramatJ,-Kla andlHUow Can
diet, Dried Bftf.Croo in?, Umi.tohui, Starch, Soda, Ground
i. 9.
FIT & CO.
U Kvii i;ax
H.u L.'l.- 3D bae vcrr.nne' Hitts-
1J bunf.Bucfcwheat JPloor.ro ccived andToriala liv.
andToriia uy
u.tfrjrosAKE&co. dec.S,
CTumberrls
J dac 5,
I iibli received and f.)rsale,by' '
' I?. STliVAKTSr GO.
o UGAit. :1W tdids. Prime Sucar, in store and for sale
. kj iow.oy ;
jiug IS - j
STKATTOX, ' SMITH A CO."
V liroadwur.
GOri-'EE 250 bags Prime Rio Coffee, in store and for
sale low by STRATTOX.'SillTII A CO.
auglS
xiroaqway.
IXOUli-Wv bbls. Flour, various-brands, just
and for sale low by STRATTOH, SMITH A
received
CO...
augl
Broadway.
SALT 10W) bbls Kanawha Salt; .
500 bags Coarse' do;
-am ao iine do;
In store and for sale by
- STKATTO.V, SMITn A CO
""SiS . .Broadway.
I HON AND CASTINGS 8 tons iiapier's Hammered
Iron; 20 ton RoI!c3 tiojIStons assorted Caslings for
salew it'eaUp loivrto close, 1 1 v
.h. ". SiRATTON, SMITH A CO
. aH? Broadway.
I .vft.liilOHiSij ta AK3IISTI3AD'S SUPK.
LIOR CHhWING TOBACCO. Aa principal agents
forthesaleof the above -justlv celebrated tfobacea in Nash-
Two, we are ana will commas to be constant! v supplied.
STRATTOX, SMlm A CO.,
aur;13
isroadway.
dercd Su-
and Writine
vnrifine ritlini
arucics, an ci wnicn wiu lie sold unusually lowbr
STRATJOX, SitlTII A CO..
J"iSl5 Broadway.
T7KESII AltlUVALR. 2W bbls smxiriornew wheat
. t tour, just wceived. and fur sale low to close, bv
' rgQ - - - STRATTOy, SMITH A CO.
1 O 1Ioxcsfiesl Western Reserve Cheese, per rtcamcr.
JL V o r sale unusually low to close.
STRATTOy, SMITH A CO.,
nor SO Broadway.
"tyCS f -Barrels -Louisville Hvdraulic Ceraent-in store,
andforsaleby." V j.
"20 STRATTONSMnH AjCJ.
tpOHAqCO. J50 Jtoxcs Kesu & Co,StonV MillW To
X l'Jcco; - " -
50 Boxes Keen A Co Suncured Tobacco: ''
- 150 do Stubblefield - do;
150 do Boaz do;
160 do Godwin's . do
For sale by jan3 . W. II. GORDON A CO.
aLASSU-AIiK. 2uu Boxes Jlnt Flask?; .
100 Boxes Quart do:
500 do Tumblers, assorted for sale by .
i"i3 W. H. GORDON A CO.
GIGAHS' 5 Cases IasTrcsMareas Regalia Cigars;
5 crtcsLa Naiional do do
5. a
5 ik
2 do
2 do
3 do
Jenny lind
Wandering Jew
Spotted Cathedral
La Ficl
Monte Cristo
do
do
do
do
ao
do
do
do
do
do
do
do.
SO.ono Davs Melee
For sale by jan3
W. IL GORDON A CO.
jtrsx nLOivu,
BAGS Hio Coffee;
40 hhds fiucar:
23 Bbls MaskraU
10 Hlf. 10 Qr.20 Kits do;
75 Bbls Molasses;
125 mr. do; '
120 Bbls-fit Louir Fiouq'
Hw do Cincinnati do; .-
15 Tierce3 Rice: -, -3
;i .
... . ; f.v-
-r v if 1
25 Boxes, 23 half, 2 Qr. Kalela;
250 Drums Figs;
15(1 Beams. W, Paper;
25 Bbls Ale!
1W) Boxes Tobacco, various brands';
r
250 Bbls rectified Wh:tey; v "
150 do Domestic r.randa; - t "-""
135 do 4o Gin; . - si -!
123 do do Wine; - . ,,
12J fibl Old Bourbon Whiskey; ..-.-
t5 do oldiloaonrehala do;
10 do S. K. Hum. -
50 Boxes Claret Wine. - -.- .- 1 1
' 213 do I'alo Sherry do.
5 Cables Mader'.a do. . ., '
And for sale low by
"- It- J. C FRE5CB V: r-
SODA WATEtt API'ARATUS, .for manvfac-
prored cunstructioh, manufactured and for sale, with cx- (
plicit printed directions for its use, by j
JOHN .lIATirETVS-
cor-vei: of FinST jivnrrE Xvds 4 beet,
Oppnsite Bellevne, J,-EW y0EC
The only establishment devoted cxcluuvely to the manu
facture of SODA "WATER MACHLNER , AfX, in the United
bta'es, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article Connected with the business, including Materials, Ac.
lan 27 3m Established 20 Years.
T. C. A: C. iJOURltTSON-,
BROAD SfHEKT. 3 l)OOH? pjjdm vi srw
THE. Subscribers renpectfully inform tbe'publlcth at they
have removed three doors from their old stand, and
"w haveonhacdagencraiassortmentofConrectioit-
S'T SYT Oraamcnts, consisting of Cakes, Candies,
.Nat3, acd KralU nf ovory variety. JTIuHic.i! Instru-
I incut and Toy nf every description. Fishing Tackle
o'u .uirr, iueau ana Aieaivrays cool.
Their Candies will be warranted to be saperiorto any
manufactured In tTie city, and will be sold Wholesalo at
12H rents per' pound.
Orderifromthecuunlry carefully put up, and with dis
patch. ftor. ,
(M C. A KS A Pf E W AnKI VA3j..
-10,000 F.1 DiTan,
1.000 Ijt Josentine.
j For sale on Broadway at
decs.
J. G. & c. ROBKirrorrs.
O IJA DKlliS. 100 kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
O 50 boxes Langhora fc Vrmstead's Tobacco, very su
perior; 20 barrclsTaiV ' " ' : '
15 dox boxes 1exinpton Mustard; '
2000 lbs Bacon, suitable for family use;
25 ;rross of box Matches;
A few ban-els of that sane old Whiskr. Also, a few hhds
of tine clarified Sugar, together with n genera! assortment o
Groreries. at wholesale or retail, at No.. 28, College street,
opposite Sewanec House. may 11 R. F. BELL.
yy SSOr.UTION. The tinnof BesM. NoelA Bun.
VFTr 'SJ,rSllff T'?1 ,f0DS?lt , '
f . . . . ...... ..... it. uniPMHA vfiiiojiu,
pay all debts dne by the late lirm, and m'ct respectfully re-qiii-st-s
lho! indebted to them to call and settle up.
m.)y81,J153: BEN M. N DEL ATJRO.
"VflV FIIUI. BEX M. NOEL A A. TVLETfhTvin
LS bouglu out the cntin; irterestof O.F.NOEL, in Uiu
business of Ben. 31. Noel A Bro., and token their eld stand
at the corner of Collpge and Spring streets, will continue to
do a General Grocery and Commission Business, under the
style of Bex. M. Nofi A Co., and would most rrsprrtfully
Solicit a call from our old friends and the public generally.
inayrl,165- BEN M.NOEL A CO.
SUNDRIES. SOO bgspriraeliia Coffee,
10J barrels Fresh Flour,
100 liljris fiir to ch'ce Suirar: 50 dm P.iintml Ttn.l-.to.
200 l.bls Reboiled and Suar 50 bxs Culm-six Cieari
HI do Meleo do:
KOhalfbbUdo;
100 bags Fine Salt;
100 Ccrse do;
500 bbls No. 1, do;
SOOkeesNail-s--
15 bags Race Ginger;
10 do Pepper;
lcask Madder;
100 bxs Glassware, assorted;
100 bbls Vinecar;
5i bbls .Walker's Ale;
20 barrels LoafSugar;
20 do "Powdered 'do;'
100 Demijohns, assorted;
5 tieices Rice;
5 ceroons best Indigo;
15 barrels Soda;
50 bgs Cotton Yarns, ass'd;
In stoic and for sale by
do Crushed do.
BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
LIQUORS AND TORACCOS.-S00 bbls Sam
Hale's Rectified Whisky;
100 bbls Dean's Jlectftiei
JlectitiedWhKkv:
40
an uia.uonong.meia do;
do Brown's D D ai;
.do American Brandy; 40 bbls S. M. Wine;
50
60
25
3 half pipes Old Brandy, best brauds;
1 tiiiwlri.-h Whisky:
.-. . uu i on ao;
5 1 baskets Champagne, assorted brands; ,
41 boxes assorted Brandies; ...
2pipcs'Holland Giri; 20 bbls American Gin;
5c boxes Gus Jones' Tobacco;
80 do FctincUVi dc; ....
2."i do Tetet M. Boaz's do;
20 do YouugA Burrill'M dr.;
20 do Allison's do-
ir . Ve,erJU nrau rrt,lrf LeafTobacco-, . ,
hen.x 1 obecr, lo boxes B. Daily's 'Tobacco;
10 boxes 1
20 d' Missouri do:
n cto fcnders do;
5 do Reed A Nash's do;
In sti.re and for sale by '
BEN. M. NOEL A CO.
10 do Sam Wool's do;
10 do S E White's do;
junel
rr-OR SALE. A likely Negro Woman, twenty-one
JL j ears old. '
AISO A llrstrate Shoe Maker, 2 vcars old
j'incl4 DAllBS-A P0RTE1L '
COACH MAKING.
' 1 mr uuaersigTiea noma resiicciiuiiy m- 543. ij
X form their friends ami the public that ST.t
nee uave raaen me oiu stsnu 01 u. 1: r.tson. No. 3 1
Deadcnckst., where they intend to earn- on COACH JlAK
ING in all its branches. Wcwill keep constantly 011 hand
an assortnientof Carriages, which we will dispose of on
reasonable terms. Carriages of every description made to
1 er PiT)mP,1-v- Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon cettingthcir work when promised.
Work entrusted tins will be warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
SMITH A OKK executed in the best manner on liberal
terms.
STHORSESnOEING.-We have in our employ expert
enced HORSE SH0ERS, and the public may rclvon grtt-'ry
their horses ihod in the neatest manner. All wort? tt cr. .
to our care wjUJbe under tho immediate superintrd fx ci
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give sat
isfaction to all. Wo respectfully solicit from the public a
liberal share of their patronage.
feb2-ly CRAM A SHEPHERD,
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Nashville Carriage Manufactory
CARRIAGES!!
OAHRIAGES1 ! I
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rpHh snbscrlbertakes this method of retarnin hl most
sincere thinks to Ms Wendi and the pablicyceoerally, Tor
the patronage he has already received, and would say to
thorn, thit he now has on hand the Lsu pest ujid Jlcst
auortmentor WORK evereBerod lathis market; from tho
ItehtTKOTTIKO SUI.KY to the flnc.t CARKIOLA CAK
KiACis, all of my own Manufacture.
rersonsirom a distance can rest assured of altrsy finding
J ?rahl'Jt ht w"l ult their taite, "If in the shape of I
' ,irl.e'," 'A"0 ?he ct Workmen to do my
. ....... 1, an .hi, ectl Il US'UrLITJ L'U I.
N.B. I sm prepared to bnttd Work to order ashort no
tico. Im pay particular attention to repairing, and will
ell or repair at as low a price as any goodhuilde.r.
FHE1J. SLOAN,
Jy- - Lower Market Street.
-1- A '
MH THE 1MIJIIIC.--THE
snbsc riber
J- Degs leave to stale that he
still carry on
tbc COACH AND
r 1 UI? 1 id1 WI-CIVlTt-c
at his nld fttn nd nnXnrth M-rt-Af tt tgnHnn.. . r
below II. & B. l)ougIas,& Co. Keeps constantlv onhand
a largo and veil averted etock from a light Buggy to a Car
rlola. Tliankfnl for past favors, he most respectfully solicit, a
continuation, hoping by cheapness, durabilityandgood work
manship to merit your patronage.
Jan2 ly. GEO. L. SLOAN.
TO THE FAK.llEfs OF TKKNKsSEK,
''HK underaigncd having, procured the exdusirc right to
this Stat-, -Bern forsale, First Freml 11m Machine:
MANNY'S PATEKT ADJUSTABLE NOrtTHEKN ILLINOIS
REAPER AND MOWER.
Awarded the first premium for mowing, and the second
for reaping, at tho New York State Fair, in the great trial
at Genera andSew York, In July, In competiton with eleven
otherMachinC!;awarded a Silver Medalatthe ObioState Fair
fnr the best reaper and moen and received the highest
award at the Vermont and Michigan State Fairs, forthe best
reaping and mowing machine.
Tho true merit ofthlsMacbinnhasgivenitagreattriumnU
overall others, and beinga perfect combination of a Keaper
and Mower, it comes to tho farmer with double value; aiid it
Is clearly demonstrated tobe tho only successful combination
of Keapor and Mower.
As a mower it isslnplo and as perfect ns though construct
ed epreisly for mowing, and as a Kcarx r. it Is as simple and
perfect as if constructed for reapinojly; all the change
that Is necessary from ono plan, to tho other, is to itiseiter
rernnvea loose platform.
With a pair of horses, onodrver, the Machine will mow
from IS to 20 acres per day, depending on the ground. It
will raaptheeamc quantity requiring two hands,in running
over broken grouud. The driver can lower or elevate as
te may choose. . ,
The price oftho Machine, delivered at Nashville,!." S2J0,
or they will, if ordered, be delivered atMemphis, or any
poict on the Mississippi, between there and Mill's Point,
or at any point on Cumberland river, between the State line
and Nashville, or at Chaltanooga, or at any point between
there ami Nashville, on tho Railroad, at the fame price. They
are manufactured In New York; and as It will require time
to bring them on, all who wish to procuro one for the next
season, woald do well to address lao as soon as convenient,
at Nashville. ap.5. L. P. CHEATHAM.
lU.ACK LAUE IIONNETS.
it
A T
Just received Materials jor making 500 Jionnets.
Plain Hals, S6 00. Rich Full Trimmed Par
is Flower, 87 to 8. The Finest Materials
" and Svperior French Trammings;
lif.ewisi a large Slock of 1 ,000
Ridi Fancy Sill: Crape and
Late Paris styles of
Bland Lace and
Gossmar Lace and Straw Bonnets, and Paris Millin
ery in all its New, Novel, Beutifid and Ex
quisite Styles of Materials.
OUR dock is unw full and complete, making as Rich,
large and select stock as any Miiiuery etlablishment in
the United States, and as regards prices, we defy com
petition. After being 8 yoars established in busiuess in
.Nashville, and doing nearly the wh. leof the FineTrado
of Town and country, giving ns a large rale for
Xiomiefs ami .llllliiierj' Goods.
We can and will sell 25 to 30 per cent, lower than any
house in the city. Having Ladles from Paris an I theEatt
to maise up Far.cy Bonnets, we are prepared toturn outas
iim Millinery as at any partnf thfl world.
11T Asl Intend visiting Paris this Summer to purchase
a FtH Stock of. Millinery, I wIUglyegreataB.-galns to reduce
ourKlock by the lastofMay.
Rich Paris Flowers, Ribbons, Lace and Needlework, Km
broldoried Black Lae Mantillas. A very extensive stock of
Children's Bats. Fancy Goods, etc.
N. B. Gossamer !&ce Bonnets altered to new shapes
in superior style, having the only new shape Blocks in the
ciiy we can make them good as new.
J'rj Don't torget the housj. No. 4G Union Stree',riext to
the Slate Bank, as you may save 25 or 3ii percent in prices.
my. 3, B. WISH, Agent.
IMRI ICULAlt .MI'I'ICL.
THE co-partnership herctnfoie existing under the name
and style of MOSES & SOS, Is this day dissolved. AH
dehu due the Firm must be paid to L. Moses.
The undersigned will not be responsible for any debts
contracted, by any person or persons, without an order from
iae. L. MOSES.
L. MOSES,
VERY THANKFUL for the liberal patronage extended to
him forthe last 12 years, rcspcclfullylnforrcs Ms friends
end tne public, that be has madearrangeincnts to change
his present business, and will dispose of his present Stock
of FUHNITUKK verylowfor CASH, conslstingof every thing
neces-ary for Housekeepers: Parlor Furniture in sets; Ma
hogany "and o her Chairs; Hlvan.; Marbla and plain Beu
reaus: Bonk Casaes Fine Sideboard:; Bedsteadsof all des
criptions; Tables; Presses Mattresses, and a large variety
of Furniture of all descriptions, which I am delermlnedto
sell for less than any other House In Ui City. Call and satis
fy yourjelves. I. MOSES,
Nashville, May C tf. No. lfl. College sU
Vnliiablc farm lor Mile,
I WISH to sell iho Farm 011 which I reside, miles from
Nashville, on the main Louisville and Gallatin Turnpike,
i. cearedlnTln .WgnVtMeo
containing about 2 acres of good Land, one can ci wnicn
i cleared and In ahi?hEtateor cultivation, andtaeottjer hal
of wood land, good '.vater as there Is in tho country, and plen
lyof tt. ite improvements consists ora large, ana enmmo
dius Duelling, Kitchen, Wah-room, Smoke House, Cistern,
Ice House. JTegro Cabins, Spring House, Uarn", Cribs. &c.
AIo a Kbb orchard Of 12 acres with every variety of fruit tres.
The Lnnlsvllle Kallroao, and tlso the Cincinnati and per
haps the Henderson will iun within a few rods of the place.
It is seldom ao dclrab!e a residence rnd farm as convenient
to the city, is offered for salo, and a I sm determined to sell,
tbwc wish lug to purchae will do well to make early appli
cation. Possession can be glrcnat any time by the purchaser
bujlng my growing crop. I will If desired sell all my stock
or any pert to tho purchaser, also most of my household fur
niture if desired. ,
Apply 10 nie on Broadway, or to R. W. Brown, agent, of
fflce Ao.C3Ctcrryslrcfi,up stairs, and cither of uswillshow
the farm, tc., ta any one w ishing to purchase.
ap. 12 tf. A. W. JOHNSON.
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
UAKXFT ST., OITOSITE SOBSSfIS A nORNE's TOBACCO WARr.nOCSE,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
ifarlU iVarcroonuat tlit.ld tUtcd Ccrrur of Summer aud
Spring StraU,
HAVING made .extensire. enlargemnfs in my Marble
Werta, my facilities are such that I cau execute all
kinds of work in tho most tasteful manner and tlie latcsi style,
as cheap us it can lie dors in any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Wure-iooms, 011 the corner of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the Lest method.
Having ou hand all kiuds of MarbU from Ecast Tennessee.
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, lta'U.; and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale andie
tail, finished or in the rough siatc.
A large assortment ot .Monuments, Tomus, Baptismal
Focxts, Unxs, A'xses, Gaiujcv Figihes, GravbSio.ves, Ac,
carved and letlered to order. Fcbxitcre Matible executed
to order and sent to any part of tlie Kouth-West as cheap as
itcanbeprocni-edfrom the East. Also, M4.RBLE Mastels,
of every description, plain or carvfd. Bi.itpjs.o Stoxe, sold
Wholesale and Retail.
Allorders left at my Ware-Rooms on (lie corner Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my slock before purcliasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope bv strict attention to business t merit a continuance
of their ivors. JAMES SLOAN,
CornerofSpring and Summer sti-eets, Nasliilb.
feblO ly
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
LISHMENT, A3. 11, Cedar Strett, Jiee doort from the PMie Square,
W11K.HU mav be tound a choice ana welt seieciua
stock of Cloths, Casimeres and Vesting', all
of which will be made un to order in the mostFash-
lonanie tAvle and at as snort nonce as can ne aone in any
citv in tho Uriicn, and nt prices to suit the times.
Rcnily Jlnde Clolliing. Coats, Pants, and Vests nf
all kinds. A fine assortment of Jlen's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
aud linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
t3?Garments cut at the shortest notice. Pleftse call and
examine. f mr Si TIIOS. J. HOUGH. Agent.
8TRATT0N. SMITH & Co..
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
(Xiriur of Brand and ATartet Streets,
H.-,, o. NASHVILLE, TENN..
AvlliG disposed or an interest in the Groeery depaJt
ment of our business to Mr. Uadiso.v Stbattox, the
Si?ie. J. hxra f"iis "ate be conducted sader the style of
STRATTOX, SJUTH & Co. at our old start, on tlw cimer
of Market and Broad streete.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by large accessions
every few days, to which we invite the attention and so
licit a uul from merchants in tho country t3 well a3 city
dealers, being determined to sell as low as anr house it he
city. Onrtsnns cash and cash only,
apr 1,1852. JOHNSON A SMITH.
LEASDEE D. STEVEXSOJT. E0BEBT L. WjnTCj.
STETENSON & WHITE,
Dealers in Staple aad. Fancy Dry Goods,
Kb. 50, CMtft St. VashtiUe, Tenv.
TT7T2 hare now in Store, and will continua to receive un
V V til our assortment is complete, tho largest and best
assorted retail stock of goods iu the city; consisting of eve
ry article usually found in a dry goods store. Our buyer
remained in New York unti!the"Ust of March, which gives
us the advantage of new dusigns in many goods which are
not to be found in auy olher house in the city. We respect
fully request cur friends and the public generally to exam
ine our goods before making their purchases, as we will sell
low for cash or to punctual dealers on time.
ap20 ly b o STEVENSON A WHITE.
"VTEAV'SUJIMER GOODS We have this day re
X ccived an additional supply 0r Barege Robes, Bareges,
French Worked Muslin Sleeves and Cbemisetts ; a beauti
ful assortment cf Swiss and Jaconet Inserting and Edg
ings; Honuiton Lace; Handkerchiefs and Uodcr-sleevcs;
Bonnet and narrow Velvet Ribbons; Fancy Lace Coifleius,
Ac, all of .which we will scilnt reduced prices.
STEVENSON A WHITE,
jun5 B o 59 College street.
EFiiag- Imports, 1853,
ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HAS now in store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and.AMERICAN
Bry O-oods,
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue to receive additions by every steamer
Black and colored Silks:
v r . .
French Muslins;
Painted Lawns;
Printed Persians
Cheno Royals;
Black Dress Goods;
French Printed Lawns;
Bareges;
Crapes:
Crape Lcs;
Tarltuns;
Dress Trimmings;
viixs oo;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins nnd Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;
White Goods;
Hosiery;
Gloves";
Cravats;
Linen and Silk Ildkfi;
Satin and Silk Vestings;
Silk and Satin Ribbons:
Cloths sna Cassimeres,
Cnltnn.lAwr inl-,nc tFpomlint PlinmW Hotnlala
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-4 Chintr,
Bleached and Brown JimJins, Bleached and Brown Drill
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen IVreads, Spool Cottons, Ac
n -ALSO
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths. Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe1, and a general Etock of Goods
which he i prepared to offer nt the lowest prices upon libe
ral trams, wid i e-pectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally.
A.J. D. is aseiit for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied with their
oods. Nashville. Feb. 25. 1853.
Kiel Sprang' Goods,
W. A. & J. G. MCCLELLAND,
No. 0, PCBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE receiving and now opening their Stock of SPRING
AND SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly the moat attractive they have ever opened.
They would caU tho attention of purchasers to the following,
with many other Goods not eniunenited :
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silka: .
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Borages,
ClnJJevs, Bayaderes;
Fine Linen Cambrics. 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Briilianfes;
Rich Organdy Muslina ;
" French Chintz;
French Jaconets, from 23 to 50 cents;
LACE GOODS.
Valcncienne Laces and Inserting, Star Point Laces, Va
lencienne and Muslin Collars, ClUs and Dimity Bands. Jac
onett and Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning
and Traveling Collars.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask Table Linens and
Napkins, Fine "Bird's Eve Diapw, Huckaback and Mrdicated
Towels, Lace and Musfin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, it, Ac
-MANTLES.
The moat beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened in Nashville A Iso, Silk for Mantles.
WHITE GOODS.
Mull Nansoov, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace
nett3, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS, Ac.
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Dose, Misses Silk and Cottnn Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves.
MOLKMNti GOODS.
Alpacas, diallers. Bbckand Plaid Silks. Black Cranes.
Bcrages, Ginghams and Muslin?, blue Rcpt Silks, without
lustre, MourmngCollars. and Sleeves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Cloths, Cassimcre, Cottonadcs, Drillings, Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislie and Cotton Half
Hose, Ac, Ac
We will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able to of&r such inducen-ents, as it
regardsstyle andDricas, as tobe conceded by all.
w. a a j. g. McClelland.
vashTilIe. March 29.1853.
SPRING TRADE.
T II 0 M P S0 N & C 0.
NO. 21, Public Square. Nnsiivlllo,
HAVE received their New Guods, and can assure their
friends that they hate never opened a snring stock
so attractive thoy would call particular attention to their
asscrtmentof
Rich Dress Goods
Plain SiifcdrabandFn'y Colors, Plain Herege, all colors,
Rich Fig'd Uereges, Mlfc lavender col's,
French Organdies, " Apple Green "
"Lawn, " " Lilac "
ChsIIeys, all colors, " KCOdsPIaidlndiaSfc's,
Farlaudfor L'obes Klch Mantii.a Silks,
Evening Silk, Blk Satin National,
Bridal Dresses, lilfc Gro de Shine.
2030 yards very lino and shear Printed Linen Cam'bricka at
50cent.
A great bargain GC0 yds (old fashioned) Drab aad Lead
col'd Pongees for traveling Ureases. Jacnncts, Nsin soots,
India dimities, Swiss ami French Muslins, Cambrics, Hair
skirts. Hair and Grata tlolh for Skirts.
AVI'. iUUI . V'alencitinos.Horitun and Bmbroid'd
Musketeer Collars, Chemlsntts and Sleeves, Swiss and
Jaconet Kmbroidories. Flounoinss. Dimity, bands Kicnly
Kmbrohicrcd i-kirts, Blk Lace V01I5, Valencicans, English
and imitation Laces. &c.
!V1 A'i'IliL.A.S.
-KpIenuidMlk Mantles, all styles. Ap
Ill plloue Ijeo Mantles Blk and col'd
plies 1.1 s ana coi a isisck Lace roiuts '
and tcarts, Velvettrimed Lace Mantles All kinds of I ace- .
andtill: Goodsfor .Mantles CorseUand modes r.f all kind.
I.M:., Atr. Irish Linens, Linen Sheeting, Pillow
Linens, Table DIapors. Toweling, Merscilles Quilts, '
Muslin and Laca curtains. Damasks, 4:0.
tlUItniXrfiTtwns. Coaibarlnes. r-ilk WurpAI ;
paca, IIIkchally,ene de Laine, Widow's cloths, canton
crapes, Berege dc Lane, Forlard silks, lldkfs, collars, etc.
"ATS.nCELIjAKF.oI;!. Parasols, shades.-splendid
Fans. Kinoonds, uresa Jammings, ma 01 ores, ijcc .
Mitts. silfc'Gloves, kid cut. Bonnets Misses Leghon fiats, best j
make orEnglisb silk and cotton- Hosiery, silk shirts, Gents I
and Ladies
T.S AND BOV'.i V.' ilAll. Claths, cassiiaercs, J
Vestings, coitauades, col'd Linens, Linen Drilling.
Frenbh Linens, china slkcoatlng, Drab de etc, and summer !
cloths of all kinds. '
Domestic Goods of all kinds fcr servants, Prints chintzes,
Ginhams, Berege de Laincs.
Wo solicit kn early call, as we are conSdent our stock 1
ofrersgrcatinductnisnisto buyers. .THOMPSON it CO., !
mr. 19. ' ;No.21, Public Square, j
MOltE RICH GOODH.
JUST RUCEIVIiU EY" EXPRESS.
At Nicltol' Corndr.
No. 13. coevib or the Sscabe aud Masset st.
KECEIVEU this day by express, some very" RICH se.d
DESIKAKLK DI1ESS GOODS to which I vonld cordially
Invite the attention of ray friends being confides: ttey wi'l
be pleased both as resardsstyles and Prlccf,vte:
Extra l.'ich Paris Silk Tissues:
" Satin Plaid Painted Beragcs;
" Brothie Damas do Veroa;
Super While Plain Sattn;
" tmb'd Linen Cambrics: Hdkfs:
" Pails Trlra'd Valencienre Collars and Sleeves;
" -' Vest and bleeves;-
" " " Collars;
And a great variety of other articles call ana see.
ap 23. JAMES NICHOL.
No. 13, corner of Square and Market st.
NEW ORLEANS A CARD.
BENJAHE? F". SHIELDS & CO., having per
manently localed tttfmsplves at New Orleans, offer their
services as Commission and Foriyarding Jlerchants
and General Agents, and solicit cohsignnients of all
kindsof Western Produce, feeling confident that fhsy can
and will give satisfaction to all who mav entrust their inter
est to their care. Proceeds of sales wiil be invariably held
sacred and fflomntly remitted.
P. S. )ixti3S.3 arrangements made for the receiving and
forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges nt this point. (Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks, with the collection cf Bill?, Drcfls, Ac, attended
to witliout delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CP.
augiu ly
52. O, ANDERSON & CO
Fasliionrxble L'lptliiiig Emiiorium.
Oa Jfarlct ttrttt, eppetitt Xaxcj, Jpure Se Co.
HAVE r.ow In store one ofthepretticst assortments of Fash
loniLia Spring and Snnimer Clothing
evcroflerodlnthisn-.crketjbclngari entire new stock, having
the misfortune to have our lastsumnier'sstock destroyed by
the ore, on Union st. Thankful for the liberal patronago
heretoforobettowed on them, they earnestly solicit a con
tinuance of Its came, and promise that nothing shall be
wanting an their pert to give entire satisfaction to all who
will favor thorn with a call. Our stock consists In part of
Black and Fancy Cloth, Doe and Crape Cassi
mercs, Drap D'ele Cassimeres, Linen, Alpupa,
Drtss, Trick Slitaney Cassimeres, Satin,
Grass, and Sack Coats.
Best of Blaek and Ffnay Silk, Satin, Ca3hmere Vtlenceis,
Linen and Msrsejtes, some ofthara beautifully embroidered.
ALSO a good assortment of
Voutiis ami nors,Clctfclnjrr; fSam oi
JEvory cscrIplioii
and style, amongst them some extra Sna
PANAMA, BRAID, FRENCH, KOSSUTH ANDMAGYR,
together withovery article required for a gentleman's outfit.
Cloths, Cawimeres and Vcstn-gs, a l!ne assortment, which
will bo soldbytheparnsormadeuptoorderlnthamostrash
lonablo style. . Give us a call gentlemen, we think we can
convince you this it the place to buy a goodsrtlile low for cash.
it. C. ANDERSON,
raay j H. STON'KMKE,.
HATES XHTiirCHIJ.
THE Nashville, aad Chattanooga Kailrbnd
Ccmnaur. and the.Tennejsea liiver
and Transocrtitfon Company! Have adontodtbe-
following rates of Transportation on Freight between Nash
ville, Tenn and the various landing; on ths Tessessee
River.
Fizsr Cusj-Boots.Sboes,
llats,Bonue'j, Dry Goods
E?rcrally, Cigarsln boxes
orcase,Tin "are,Cloccs,
Wcodeu Ware, Light and
Hollow Ware, Castlaga,
Wool, Feathers, Ginseng
Uroom, Oranges ar.dLern
ons, 11 orse Cullars, Stoves!
and SIoto Ware, Teas,
Drugs In kegs and boxes,
jgg s S3
FROM NASHVILLE TO J g s 2 S
S o 3
a" ; .' . i , . '
....70 ...7C ....TO ....80 ....85
.
'....CO ...,&0 . ...CO ,,.s70 ....75
1 '
.55 ....55 ....55 ....CJ 65
31 50rl SO SI 50131 90 32 00
1 00 100 100 130 150
....S3 ....S3 ....f5 1 00
j 1 70 1 70 170 2 10 215
! 1 70 . 1 70 1 70 2 10 . 2 15
1 CO 130 130 120 1 CO
2 50 220 2 50 2 751 300
10 00 10 00 10 00 12 GO' 13 00
850 8 50 850 950 11 00
i
50 50 50 i C3I 85
oauuiery, uanuics, vtn
fectiomric, Ac., perlUO
pnnnus
Secoad Class Sugar,
CoCee. Molasses, Nails.
Tin Plate. Bar and Pig
Leadr Fish la barrels,
Kegs, ruts, ac , mnuow
Glau, Cottin arn, Do
mestics, Hemp and Rags
in bales. Tobacco In box-
es,Rice, Bides, Bale Rope
In rolls and bxs. Hard
ware, Glass and Queens
ware iu crates and boxes,!
i.eau acu faints in
Clovor Seed. Ch
Candles, Soap, Butler,'
Beeswax, Oil, Brandies,,
Wines and other liquors,
Vsrrusa,Turpcntine,i&e
per I wins..
TntRD Class Bacon,
Lard and Pork la tierces
or banels, Bar I-on,j
heavy Castings, CrlnJ
Slonei and undressed
Marbloper 1C0 lbs
Pig MetallperlOOlbj...
W hisky. perbbl or40gal.
Faiuperbbl.....
Flour, perbbl, and Salt
sack
Porter Ale,and Doraes-
tic liquors, per bbl of40i
galoD"...
LardU'LInsced, or other
Oils of Tennessee Manu
facture, per bbl of 40 gals.!
Powder, securoly pack-1
ed In casks orhogaheads.
per 101 pounds
Carbojs. Mineral Acids,
(at Company conven
ience,) each
Piano Fortes, boxed....
Cotton Gins boxed, and
Portable harrow's o r
Qa een of theSou.h Mills,
each
Plows (assorted.) and
Cultivators, each
REGULATIONS, CONDITIONS. AND EXCEITIONS.
Single Packages weighing less than 100 lbs., will be in
variably charged as 100 lbs., First Class Rates.
All articles of uutisual size or weight, charged in propor
tion to tho trouble and expense of handling and spare occu
pied. Goods in Packages not secure or insufficient for tho pro
tection of contents, will be transported onlv at owner's
risk.
All claims for damages must be collected of the party de
livering the goods, and claims for lost or missing goods
to! be made within GO days from date of shipment, or they
will not be allowed.
The above Comjanies will not be responsible for Leakage
of Oils, Liquors, or other Liquids, orforlhe Bieakage of
Jugs, Demijohas, Tin Cans, or Carboys of Liquids, unless
tiicy be securely Packed in Wooden Cases with theiijops
exposed.
Tlie following Articles will only be Transported at "Own
er's Risk," as to Breakage, Coating, Frost, Heat, Storm,
Accidents, or Unavoidable Delays, vie
Molasses, Distxl Marble, Glass and Chinaware. Green
Fruits, Tomb Stones, Bugs of Shot, loose, Dcmijons, Fur
niture, unboxed. Moveables and Household Goods, Fresh
Fish, Poultry, Live Stock of ererv description. Boxes, Ci
gars not Cased, Carboys, Acids, Looking Glasses. Musical
Instruments, Books and Stationary, Olazrd Sash, Trees and
Shrubbery, Stoves and Store Castings, Light and Hollow
ds.tings.
On l reig'it destined for Chattanooga or Decatur, and all
intermediate points, no extra charge will be made during the
low water season, except that all articles carried at less than
Third Clas3 Rates, will then be charged at Third Class, but
detentions arising from low water are entirely Rt the risk of
the owner.
On Freight to Knoxville, and all intermediste points to
Chattanooga, Twenty .five (.25) eenU fbr 100 lbs may be added
during low water, but in no case is there any responsibility
assumed for the detention ot Goods during or ou'account of
low water.
Goods consigned to C. W. Anderson, Agent, N. A C. R.
R. , Ncshville,"will be received on the wharf, all charges
paid, and sent forward without extra charge fur Drayagc or
Commission.
No Freight received cn the Wharf, nor charges paid, ex
cept on Goods for Tennessee river.
Furniture and all other Articles not enumerated above snb
ect to special contract.
Emigrants with their families and moveables taken through
at low rates.
Persons wishing to make contracts or desiring informa
tion with rezurd to or connected with this arrangement, will l
I address C. W. Anderson, agent, N. A C. R. II. C Nnh-
ville, or Jas. Williams, Pres , Teun. River 31. M. A T. C., i
i Chattanooga.
i H. I. ANDERSON, SupL N. A C R. R. C.
! JAS. WILLIAMS, Pres. Tenn. RivcrM. M. A T. C.
1 juneX
I SOMETHING NEW.
THE SOUTH NASHVILLE FURNITURE
JIANUFACMURING COMPANY, are now offering 1
f y?Hb? splendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable I ur
FT mtore at their Depot on Market street, Thomas' fi
PMSnew building, (between Union Hall and the !??-.
Sauare. ) which thev oi!er at prices to suit nurchascrs.
t - 1 . 1 ,1-. . - - 1 nrl
'.Ml
both at whole sale and retaiL They intend to giro satisfac
tion 10 purcnasere wore warrantea.
call aaa examine tneir stock, urrters tor w one attended
to with despatch.
B. H. GROOMS, Pres't
W.UNaxce. Sec'r
sept-f
CASH! CASH!!
WNTED at the South Nashville Farnitnre Factory, of
good SEASONED LUMBER
100,000 feet of 1 inch Walnut Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do do;
100,000 do Wrdnut Scantling, 8 feet loDg, 4, 5 A 6in.sq're;
100,000 do Cherry do do do;
100,000 do ya inch Cherry Plank wide;
50,000 do do do do;
50,000 do 2 do do do;
50,000 do Ash,rangingfhmlJ to 5 in thick wide plank;
Also, Poplar of all sizes used fur Cabinet purpose-, for
which GzAtwiR be paid on delivcrr.
Abo, 25 or 30 good CABINETMAKERS wanted, to whom
fair prices will be given in csh. Also, 1 or i good UP.
HOfSTEBS. None but good workmen need apply.
jan!7 '
NEW STOCK OF
FURNITURE, CARPETING AND CHAIRS.
A. PATTERSON,
College street, AtwAti', Tennessee,
HAS just received a large and Fplendid assortment of
CABINET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAIRS,
A f TCItlMl Ttritll hiS fnl Iof ctrulr rtiit-na nna 4k-
and best assortments ever offered in Nashville. Those
wantmg good and substantial articles, wOtUd do well to call. ,
All work sold by me will be warranted.
eany eigiueen years experience in una citv, together
with a practical knowledge of the business, gives liim sdvan.
tages in selecting such articles as are unexceptionable ia i
style and workmanship and finish. j
TW Also, on hand. a. large stork of Ehor OS Cloth.
Solar Lamps, Girandolee, Locking Giant, Jlatratv and
jvxct, 111 great vaneiy. ah 01 wmcn will be sold verr
low. Callandexamme. apnI26 A. P.
: 1
FURNTTtniE, CARPETING, OIL CLOTH, Ac.
Tlit, saujcriber has just returned from the
llast, and is conitactly reviving all kinds of
FURNITURE, CARPETING. Ai. Ilia stock at
present cotiMiU of almost every article ia his hneorbuTT-
utrr, uu us wu-n u . nuy m uc ruy. i urcnaser3 wpuia
do well to rail, as he is determined to sell low for cash or on
time for approved paper. A. PATTERSON,
march 1.1 College near Church street.
MifBBLETZED IE0N MAIOXES, C0LUHNB, PEDES
TALS, TABLE TOPS. AC.
THE SALAMANDER MARBLE CO. invite public at
tcntion to "their Marbleiied Iron, cs one of the greatest
discoveries of the age, and" for which they received the
Gold MrpAL at the last fair of the American Insti
tute, and the IlrPAf. at the Fair of the Metropolitan Mechan
ics Institute, held at Washington in, February and March
of this year.
ThU material, having a metalic basis, is mora durable
and cheaper than Marble; its representations of precious
Stones and the choicest Matbles, in more than sixty differ
ent varieties, arc exact and surpassingly beautiful; it Is ca-
I..- ' .11.1 .1. un, lHI II 11 1, 1-1.
I pable of resisting a greater dog
t injijrejt Ly th? action of acids c
?grce ot neat, and it cannot be
or oil.
SILAS C. HERRING.
I The manufacturing departmenf kif this Ca is under the su-
perinte ndence of R. F. A J. P. Wir-tttw; tha inycntorsof
the system, and the financial and general business depart
j ment that of Joujf Rcstox, to whom all communications
may be addressed, at the principal Ware Rooms, 813 Broad
vay, New York. may 3m
CRUTCHFIELD HOUSE, FOBMERLY GRIFFINH0USE.
CHATTANOOGA. TENNESSEli
rrilHS well known Hotsl situatod wiihin a few slera
L of the Dassennrer ear landini? of the Westirti and
' Atlantic railroad is now open under tins supervision of'
; Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by Mr. J.W. F. Brj-son and
Ladv- Tliisllouso while under the control of Colonel J.J.
GriUinacqnired avery high reputation as a first class hotel.
services ol col.
is most excellent
the housa cntirelv
anew ,hopcs to retain it high reputation and rfifirit public
patronage. Passengers can be accianmodated with an omni
bus to and from the boats. THOS. CRUTCHFIELD,
feb21- -1 y Proprietor.
J. E. IIAYKKJ. A.VP1V. OBAIIAM.
Picket Tobacco Warehouse,
IIAVrJKS A: GTtAITAItl, Proprietor.,
CORNER Q F Ef GHTH AND MAIN STREETS,
-liouiarille, iZy,
f pHE above Are proor Waroboaseis much enlargsd and Is
A. doing anna business. Our receiptshave been upwards
of tp.flOO hogsheads sineo the opening of our house 1st ol
October, IS? I end oor sales nave been very satisfactory.
Oar mode or sailing Is as folfowa, vjz: Every hogshead
i'.putupand sold oa its own m'ejltf, aadafter the sale It Is
with the owner to conarmorro ecttae iarnej at Bta pleasure.
One DnIIai per hogshead covers all charges tothe owner,
after its arrival at tho warehaose; and he receives bis monay
at the warehouse office as soon as tho bills can be made out.
We are prepared to pay alt charges on Tobacco consigned to
us. and hold i! subject to the instructions of the owner.
This rareboctet.i now daingthe most extecslve b mines,
of any Tobacco warehouse in Kentucky, and vi pledge
ourselves ta attend atrfctty and promptly to all Tobacco
entrusted to our eare; aadwa refer to our past year's bus
iness merchants, shippers, and planters generally.
Very rejptetf ally,
fob. 25. HaVNKS dc GEAHAU, Proprleto
x. ajh)LB's mnmt ptt t c
. Gmbh Hill, Tenu, Jaaaary 1 1S6. J
Da. Aetou) Dsae. S rcooadr it but aa actof tea- I
tie to younelt ana lire community, to state to you ths Terr
great benefit I have received from the use of your Uaica
PiHs. HaTingbeen for quita a number of years, greatly
troubled with dispepsia, and constipation of the bowels- ti
times alarming roe greatly, I used every other raaedy,' d
most that I ever read or head of for the disease, all witkeot
the least beneficial effect I had almost come to the, belief,
that it was useless to try any more; as I labored' under
great debility, and my stomach was greatly injured by tak
ing the different Fills, medicine. Ao: but on bearittr mr
neighbors speak so frequently of the beneficial effects of
tout uuiua mis, 1 cunciuuea 10 give uieiu a ,
bought a fifty cents vial, and commenced their use. From
the Brat dose of one Pill 1 was satisfied it was the medicine
for me. I have not yet used quite one vial, and can now say
to you with the utmost pleasure, that I have not for the last
ten years felt as well, or enjoyed such good health, as I have
since commencing the nse of your Pills. I would take no
sum for the good these Pills have done me, and almost every
branch of my family have used them with the sama happy
effect. At times some of the negroes have had symptoms
of fever at the first complaint I have given them one or
two Pills, and never had to repeat the doe but once, which
effected a cure. Your other medicines used bv my family,
have had the most happy efiert I shall always keep a snpi
ply of your Pills on hand, aud I think that no one, laboring
as 1 have under great debility and dyspepsia, with all tbti
evil consequences, but what would, after a use of your med
idines, join me in say ing the same of them.
Resictfully W W MASTERSON
For Sale at the Drug Stores cf ZIMET.MAN, T.WELLS.
BEECH. FLEMMING A CO., and BOURNE'S
Dlt. T. J. COLHUKN-Dentist
Take this method of informing the pub- (
lie that he is located permanently at Trenton,
Tenn.. and is prepared to perform anv operation, that he
may be called upon to do, in the shortest notice; plate work
neatly executed, from partial to entire sets. He will visit
occasionally, Jackson, Tenn.. and surrounding towns for the
purpose of "doing plate work principally. Persons wishing
new sets of Teeth inserted on gold plate, to beef service to
them, are solicited to patronize him, with the assurance that
satisfaction shall bogiven, positively; orno pay cctl4 ly
FOR MALE AND FEMALE.
BETE FRUITFUL AND MCLTIPLV,i3 a command
that should be checrfuUy obeved by tho children 01
men. Dr. Larcett's JUNO CORDLiL, or Procreativc Elixir,
prescribes as an effectual resfjratve in case of Dcbility
mpotency, or Barrenness, and all irregularities of naliiit.
It is all that it professes to be, vin Nature s great restoralirt ,
aud remedy for those in the married state without oJt-piin .
It is a certain cure forSerninal Emissions.General DLility,
Gleet, Weakness of the Genital Organs, Nervous aiTecti ms.
Lucorrheacr Whites. As an invigorating medicine it Is un-s
' 1 1 1 . . . . : r , ' - r,
e-iauru. Aiau, anruuu rcmetiy iur liicipieni .ou.su np-
tion, Indigestion, loss or." Muscular energy, Physical Lussi
tude, Female Weakness, Debdity, Ac, It is warranted
please the user in any of the afove complaints, and. Is
priceles-s value to those without ofiVpring.
Caution Extra. Find the name uf Comsiock A I oth.
era ou the wrapper and never bur it unless vou find te
names as it has been extensively counterCfed of laie.
Avoid the counterfeit as vou would poison.
C.flmVF.fGIlT A ARMSTRONG!
Wholsa.6 and Retail Agt's. Comer Bread and Mafkct
Streets, ashvillp. Dulyl 2 dtrw A w li"u.
JAMES CLOVER. W. L. DO IT. JOT
GENERAL AGENCY AND INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
A'c 50, Cterr-i Strt-t, 4 ors from Vtadtrici,
NASrmiXr, Tew.
GLOVER & BOYD,
(frCOSSOES TO WILUAXS 4 0LPVE2.
WILL attend promptly to Buy icg, Selling, Leasing, tnd
Rentin r Real Estate, Ecrac, Sxtt-ixn, asd Hiaixc Ne
coos;, (JWe have comfortable Rooms and Cells for taking
care of 100 Ncgroes.,1) Negotiating Loans. Bujing anil
Selling Stocks of every description, Collecting Debs in any
part of the United States, Ac, Ac Orders for Negroes at
tended to prcmtly, and instructions faithfully obeyed.
RKFEnxscES. Gov W B Campbell, Kx-Gor AV Brown,
Dr John Shclbv. Wheless A Hob son. Banker: Dver Pearl
A Co, BtiniL. t, AV BPhejiard A Co., Baniert, Col VK
Stevenson, Gen S R Anderson, OuAur Bnk or Ttnntve
O Ewing, Cathler Plrnd- Banlc J B White, lb U Ctun
atry Court, T T Smile v, tVrl CireuU Cmrt, FR Cheatham
CUrb Onmtv O-S, b T Scott, XutrUU Jan, M Scott
CUit HaUl, H Bridges 5 mjsw, D Y Winston, Uhion- 7M!.
CHBachus, Verandas. feb!:2.
C. E. GREN VILLE Nc CO.,
Gereral Conuaissicn Merchants. Chittanocga Term.
Tj7ILL pay particular attention to dales of Bacon,- Lard
and tlier articles of Western produce.
A3 they hTe a large and personal acquaintance, and di
rect correspoudeiice at most of the important towns in Getr
gia. and part of South Carolina and North Alabama, thev
will be enabled to dispose readily of the abovo nientiored
articles in season, snd rvniectfully solicit cnnsignmentn.
Reference to
V. K. SrevESSOjr, Ej, 1
Mosats A Co., V XarAttfle.
A J. Dcxca;:,
BttADLET, Wnsox A O, UunUrW,, AU. ' .
janl7 Cm
JUST RECEiVBIl
FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IN PU1LADEI.PH I A;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT cf Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOON'S of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly fwoirrretailsalesin Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK, and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Geodsofibe finest and most
costlv articles : such as GLOVES. SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality
Also Djvies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, o',
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS oi
various qualities and raatcnaU. Gentlemen ran depend up'
on being supplied at any time with good Geods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Ollice.
jan20 CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDRY.
OXFROXT, SEAR Itr.OAD i-SSEET.
THE Subscriber repectfuily returns his
ft thanks to the public fur past favors, and so- fi
licitsacontinuancoofpaironageinthe above li.
Ciii -inline, also
COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANUFACTURING.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings Metal
ic Packings. Balbit.MeUl and Cistmgs.
SodaFouat;., Geccnvors, AlePumjis, and Pnmpsof tve
ry deription manufactured to order, or repaired at shtrrt
notice.
Cash will be paid at all times for old copper and brass.
june22 ly B. COLE.
WALE PAPERS. We are
constantly receiving from oar
Manufectorv new styles of Glared and
Unglazed WALL PAPERS, which
weutc selling very cheap for cash; also, an extra nn arti
cle 01 uouDic ureen.
N. B. Paper Hanging done in t he best wanner.
KLAGES A GORBEY,
No. 20, College street, next dror to the Sewacce House.
jiinel5
AOHJCITLTDEAL HAinFACTTJRIIIG COMPANY.
rpHfS establishment isw.w prepared to manafactnre all
JL
kiuum i, aggiai, cans ana r.owsot every desenp
and sinrnthpr f irmipfr imnlim.nl Msy..t ?m Ti, nM-
tion and any other firming iropliments used in this country.
.ubjjtiwij.il duwu iun 9 11111 u7( utiuiuiu uiaiiu paid
for them brcngnt fromothcr plares- We are ready to re
ceive orders for Wheel Barrows and Carts, and othcrhten
siL for making roads.
The Mannfactnnng of Waggons is underthe Superinten
dence of Wilson Mullen, wbo;e work is well known here.
Wc respectfully solicit orders Irom the Planters and Merch
ants in the surrounding counties fcr our work.
One cr two good Warnn Makers wanted immediately.
Good prices will lie paid fur first-rate workmen.
OEO. C. ALLEN.
junelC
Lower Market Street.
I TT4?11 2I,'',V'V " HOYS. Cli tns, Gassimeres, Cot-
A ?- ' vwuings, to sic Anrcaa
Shirts, Linen and Silk Shirts; Cravatts, Pocket Kscdker
chief'; snperior Lisle and Cotton Half-Hoes, Ac, Ac
We will take great pleasure in showing our stock, feeling
assured we will be awe to offer such inducements, as it re
sards stvle and prices, as to be conceded bvall.
may 31. W. A A J. G. McCf.ELLAND.
OOUS FOR TItAVELLIVG DRESSES.
A complete assortment of the above Goods in store.
Ln
Lnce Goods, Ac, Fine Volencienes. Laces and In-
j sertings, Lace Curtains, a large lot ot Fans, Application and
( iiot-T.rii... rtn tki.1. t- t"
ui iv A..xvi7 .11 HlllCii, vlliI.-, 111UUV113, 111.., 1, V .
maylg W. A. AJ. (. McCLl
WA. !t J. G. jllrC LULL AN I) have in store a,
large lot of Embroidered Swiss Mttelins, Hair Cord I
Nainsook, Mull Muslins, very cheap.
T : v. t i . i r i- i. ... . .
jiicu wrauuv jioiius, ueragesana i.incn uamnnc,very
cheap. maylg.
TRUNKS, VALISES, and CARPET BAGS.
WEhavejustreceivedalarge anu tine as- (WiS'iii
scrtment of Trunks. Carpet Bags and trrMtt
Vali-s, consistinir cf Srle. Bag and KipyyW H
Leather Traveling Trunks and Valisc.i, also of Saxon v.iJrus
sells, 'Wilton and common Carpet Bags, which we will sell at
low prices. K.S. HOLL1N3 A CO.,
jan!9 Center of Collie and Union sts Nashville.
To Cabinet MakersT"
A NDpurf45c.-srfthel'cfluvnnrirticles, the subscriber
ofS-rs
4375 FEET SHADE JIA1WOAX1'
VEXEERS, a'd;
istmu no tine Crotch dn H
25UO FEET FINE OAK VENEERS, wW;
An Rmce t TT i . . '
do;
v vm.... Aimtau &uiju assuneu;
20 Reams Stprior Sand -Tav, ail tizt;
81 GallonsTFcnxiTCBE VAterrsrc
140 ilo best Flowing do;
08 do do P-uitciny Varpid;
For saleat tlie lowest prices by
T. WELLS,
At the 3Iax A 3Ioetab, Market street, Nashville.
TO COACH faKERS do 0THSS1S.
T I'&T received, cf the be.t quality
O 1 CkVFIXE C'OAClfjiODr VARXLSir, XO. 1.
1 do do do do ii, SfO.2.
1 do Brace Coacu VAExtsrt, for BEfiiaiso;
2 Barrels Best Black Leathar Varnish;
20 Reams VAN'DERPOOL'S CELEBRATED FLINT
PAPER, considered the lest Sand Paper in ue. All offered
low by T. WELLS,
ilarket street, Nashville.
HUGH HENEERSON,
MARBLE MANUFA'CTUBEB,
On tic Square Xext U O-rdon't Warehouse.
WOULD inform the people of Nashville and the sur
rounding country that h i has recently improved
and greatly enlarged his Marble Vard, and is now prepared
to fill all orders in the marbla lins at the shortest notice and
on the most dvorable terms for cash. He would call par
ticular attention to his well selected stock of monuments,
mantle pieces, figures, garden fignres, statuary, Fcuntnins,
Baptismal founts. Urns, Vases, Tombs, Ac, many of which
are of the purest Italian Marble, and from the chisrl of the
best European masters. HU arrangements are now com
plete for furnishing all kinds of marble, cither cf his own
manufacture or imported. He has on hand a large quanti
ty of Italian marble, in tho rough state, which he will fell
very low. Hrwse Furniture In Egyptian Marble of the best
quality can be had at his yard. Heflatters himself that he
can now wire the public on as accommodating terms as
any similar establishment in the west A share cf publia
patronage is solicited- fmsy8!.
P. 3 The attention orthelaTets of tho Fine Arts is di
rected to my assortmenf of Statuary. Thev are of the rax.
est and finest quality, and of direct importations;
OTARCH
250 Boxes Pearl Starch a superior artl- j
5 de, fst a!a by
mayis w. UAiUilUV."! df VVr
jasaraoi? skux, .
Balers is eta aad Tefeuyee, 3Mt?g miK"
vrsrimg Xenfcuto, 9tafeet Ae,
afrtll BBOABWAV NAJKllftg
EAXAGE a CKraex. z"
Vhalsatls aad RateC Sealen is Ssts, 8be &H,
Caps, TtbsIb, TsJ&es aaA Carpet Bstji, .
Cousss sTsaer, TSissttllx, Tsar.
A KAMTT.T08T.
:CrttB aadRfcaeee Sealer, Forwardisg ad CewiwiTi' w
cct3
NASHVILLE; TMBK
. tow. thos. 1. sraAryti.
M0EEIS ft ST5ATT0N,
(Scccsbsom to Laxiib, Mosbs A Co.,)
Csanissioa aad 7on?3xdifig Merchants And Wlsi tla
Groceri,
sepU
S. H. PARVIN,
Merchandise and Produce Broker
ALSO, r
General Newspaper Aceat.
OFFICB AND STORK,
ap 21 tf S' 35 WAt!"rr St CtaetenaU
, ir. s. FitFirvcir,
WHOLESALB GROCER,
OOBKIS3ION I111KCIIA3IT,,
CoBon, Tobacco, and all kinds of Produce
Corner ofCIarka and Market treat.
iaruti, Tartu.
i , S. F. BELL.
Domestic liquors, Eeceivmg, Fomrardiag lsd
Cccrsiiadon Merchant,
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 3.
teb
W.F. HA23I3 A CO;
Coaraission Merchant.
MAGOJT, ?A, '
Recetvecn cocscmentssdseR all kinds efPsowsx.
decSO 3m
MCHOL & PEACOCK.
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Forwarding Jc Commission Merchants.
Comer of Market and Church streets,
NASHVILLE. TENN.
EDIFAKDS & HARRIS,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION"
ATE RCHAXTS ,
balers in Brandies, "Wines, Cigan, AC
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND CHURCH STS.
XASIIVlLLr, TEXX
itrcn xccsca.
ntto naxAssv
jrcCRE.1 Sz TERRASS.
Wholejale Grocers, and Dealers in Foreign asi la
rnestic Liquor, Flour. Iron, Castings, Salt, &,
Comer cf lireLasd CjZnjt ttrrett,
NASnviLLE, TENN.
Jno.Leiper, W. A.KansomT kTF. zdaaita
Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission
Merchanlf.
H. , . Hcarxirjaoaocoir.
AY?v. 1". tnd commodious Eriek War. Honsea
within 40 -rds of the Railroad DapoU will reeeiva and
forward Good contlsrned o their care, free or dreyace at
hict point. loctHh
BAMAGE & CHTJECH,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers ia loota aad Sao,
cquj:ge st,nshville.
herrman s. saroni,
Professor ofVccal Mcsic, Instrtanoatal Music aad
Composition.
Tsxja. One Dollar a Lesson, payable fjuartrrly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention.
feb2 ly.
a. c CAEtnn. wir. tveet. j. e. ersr
C.VF.UTH, TERRY ic DEW.
DEALERS IS HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
LJ4, Mared Stand 23, JTerchml SL, Phladelrhia
apritS ly.
DR. J. IV. GRAY.
Office ia KcCpmbs' New Bnildlng, ca Cier Stmt,
rfsvw JJtaderiik end Uhion.
dec!4 12m Rtsassct Sew usrs.
S- A. SAWTEB, D. I WALLACE" E. HOWitO.
SAWYER, WVELACE & CO,
C0HMILST0N MERCHANTS,
jVf. 1SK. Frort Strett, A7g Tor.
I. SC. SIMPSON & SONS,
wrorrrtw or
Wines, Branfliesj. Cigar, Champaignes, A-c,
AU 19, EA VER STREET, XEW TORE".
And Reg la Baipc Boukacx. mayl fiJ y.
,, "EiV. X. NOEL CO.
GROCERS, AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING AND
. FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
Aaa Dealers in foreign and Domestic Liquors,
COL LEU L' STREET.
W. B. OOEKjy,
C E. BKTAX.
W. H. G0BD0N A CO-
AUCTION & COJiaiSSION JIERCIXANTS.
For ths sal a of Herciaadisa, geaerally,
J"1 -.urrni-Lr, ttr
joHxc-raoarsoK. raan. h.-hokpsos.
J.C.&P. H. THOMPSON.
ATT0BNBYS AT LAW,
NAsavn.i r, Tectessse.
joxe5 lm Oficzvn. Cherry Street.
D. R. CLiVHJORNE,
A TTORKET AT LA TV,
No. 44, North Cherrr Street;
NassvixizTzxxEasu
WILL practice In aU the Courts of Law and Equity of
Davidson County. Prompt attention frfvento th
collection of claims.
T Pef'r.to,tu,1? J- Xe'Z, Esq, Francis B. Fogg; Ea;,
John Trimble Esq, Russell ifouston. Esq An3.6wir
Pearl A Co, Jas. B. Craigtieed, Esq, Ja, Walker, Esq, tfrie.
S. R. Anderson. jj mj.
A. F. PA VIE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Jacxsost, Tcivs.
Practices In Madison and the adjolntnjr eaanllas, od will
give prompt attention to collecting and any other bualaea
in hla profession. febJI'
R. W. BROWN,
ATT O R NE T AT L A TV
Office, Up Stairs, No. C3r Cherrr Street,
WILL, in connection with the practice of Law, also act
as Aoprrfiirthe purchs. se and sale of Real Estate.
Runtmi. anil T.. ?I i . .
8 jii- taiua. AAoiues anu ixts, ate.
may 2.
EYONS & CO.
Lnparifrf and PecWi in
Aiiirana cigars, Tobacco, and all kinds
Foreign Wines. Liqnors, &c.
At. 19. Cedar Street, KashzilU, Tinntme.
o..
JiHUn. TBOKiS,
w. c. WHlTTKOairi.
TJIOMS .t WIUTTHOUME,
Attorney n Law,
COLUMBIA TE.:YKS3X.
vKSfl'-Pfi'H??, ,he,lr PMfe"' la the counties of
de?9 U- Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman.
O. HACGHriUR, Alio WAT, BA.MHE4 D
M ACGREG0S, ALL0WAY 4 CO
COM. MISSION MERCHANTS,
55 St. Cuaelo Stoebt, flhird Store aboveSL CharlCT Hctjli)
Nfir Orleans; '
N. E. ALLOWAY A CO, NashviBe, Term., ara tl
all times prepared lo make liberal cash advances on shin
menu to us. sep!6
J. a. ntisx. w. b. mar. a. x. rnar.
DEERY BROTHERS,
ALISQNIA MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
OJice Xa. Pullle Sjuarf, XuAeiUe, Te-net'r
may22 twly.
I. H. MORTON. '
Dealer ia Farnitnre and Pianos, Window Shades Loek
ing Glasses, Mattresses, Ac, '
Vhurx Strut, near Cherry, XathtiBt, Tenner tec
AU, kinds of FURNITURE made to Order or Rep tired..
at the shortest notice, and warranted. april7 Sm
ESADY, GOSMAM & CO.,
Cottoa Factcrs aad General Ccrnmissfcn KerchanU,
t-tf'i hey keep an Office in Tnscumbh; Ala. -aug23
12m
KTILS. FRENCH, Agenf, NashvUle, is tuthorixed to
tka CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
ore firm-
R A MAGE AND CHURCH
Wholesalo and Eetail Dealers in Boots, Shcea, Trnala,
Vallises and Carpet Bags.
Ao.42, a&ac Street, XadtiUe, Tennessee.
ARE constantly receiving direct rrom the best Eastern
Man-ifa clones, a great variety of Ladies and Gentt
inensJ and Sho, or the Latest Strut, suitable for
either CUtj or Country -Trade, which are CvSerpd very foe br
the package, dmen, or single pair. Cbuntry JfercianQ and
nil buyers are invited to examine our Slock before purfchas
marchia RAMAGE A CHURCn.
CIIARLES W. SX1TJI,
BOOKSELLER AND SSAIIQirSIi,
' No. '81, Couro SrtricrJ - '
SCHOOL, Law, Medical Religious and Miscellaneous
Books, Also, Black Book3 and Stationery, at lowtai
prices.
STCounfry Merchants, and School Teachers sapoUet on
the most favorable terms. yashyiOe, Tgaa,b- S.
J. X. NATHTJBST
L-tMn tn f.m -
lan ty fcr the last savtm yaari that it has hem testad in MKr
ly all parti of the Union, ia tho beat evidwea of ita oUiitr
and value. Tho roof shows for itself
fOSce cn Spruca Str,t, ocnd 4-xr from Cedar st.,
JIoor' blosfc Jw-
W ww.m ocfc of Growrke. Li-
IJL?S!5 )Vmes,ctc,wklchwiII fe-
iiuu.!.. pneuat iur cull cr Mxier.
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