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r G'ARDNERjSHEPHERD &'CGi WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Shoes Hats, AND STRA.W GOODS XO. 50 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENS. FUR TO FIVE HUNDRED CASES o! HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, railed to Winter Boies, hire been added to oar Stock by very recent ar rivals, to which we particularly invite the attention of the Trade. oct27 GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO. NEW STORE. HAVE LOCATED AT NO. 22. PUBLIC SQUARE. TSTITH AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF 8TAPLE VV AND EANCr DY GOODS, of the newest and latest styles, and of the best quality, all of which will be Bold at the very lowest price. We par ticularly invite all cf our friends, and those in want of good and cheap Goods to call on us at No. 22. and we will take great pleasure in showing oar Stock. We think it will be to the interest of all to come and look for them sel rea. fiaplC tf. JBT VOBQAX. j H. B. J-LCMSUE IRBY MORGAN & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN S HID liE NO. 4 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN. HATING condacled business during the last two tea sons on the Cash and Short Time System, and being sitUSed that it meets the views of a Urge class of buyers, eare determined to adhere for the tuiure to our original design of selling goods for SHALL AD VAN--CES FOR CASH, AND ON SUORT TIME TO PROMPT DEALERS. Mercian ts baying in this market are respectfully invited to examine our stock and prices. At the opening of the Spring Trade w will bo prepared to exhibit an entirely new s'ock of Goods, (baring carried over nothing from last Spring,) consisting of MEN AND BOY'S WEAR generally. LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S DHES3 GOODS, in great variety; 75 OASES ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS; HOSIERY AND VARIETIES generally LINEN. JACONETS, LACES. SUSPENDERS, BROWN AND BLEACHED DOMESTICS, And every description of Goods requisite to make up a Retail Stock. Nashville, Jan. 29, 1868. "IRBY MORGAN & CO. Athens Post, Chattanoega Advertiser, Knoxville Register, Sumner Flag, and Huutsrille Democrat copy to amount oft 10, and send account to this office or to lrby Mnrmn A On . fn mrment IHAVEjast returned from New York and Philadelphia, and am now opening a very rich stock of all the latest styles of Jewelry, Gold aud Silver Watb.es Silver and Pla ted Ware, and would respectfully invite the ladies and gentlemen to call and examine them, assuring they will see something beautiful and desirable. Spectacles. I HAVE now a large stock of the celebrated Brazilian Spectacles made to order by the same manulacturer who made J.H.Semmons' and so highly recommended by so many of our most respectable citizens. Gold frames, from 5 to f 10. Silver frames, from 2 00 to f 2 50. Sold and warranted by W. U. CALHOUN, dee!9 6m 15 Public Square HUSHES BROTHERS, AJtBBOTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUERBEAH AKiiSAS, 20 Union Street, Nashville. A MBROTYPES. PHOTOGRAPHS, plain or colored in XjL Oil, and warranted as permanent as any other style of Painting. Daguerrotypcs, Stentorcopic, Crayon or Vignette, and every otber stvle of Pictures taken at this establishment in the highest style of the art and warrant ed to please or no sale. AMBROTYPES. Although these beautiful pictures were but recently in troduced by the subscribers in this city, they have become so popular that we have, at a very pit at expense, secured trie services ot a ceieDratea A nut irom aevr i tie to at tend to this branch of the business excIoMvel v. BRING ALONG THE JUVENILES. Children can, by this process, have a faithful likeness taken in a few seconds and warranted perfect or no charge will be made. Bring them along and nave tbem taken be oret rying elsewhere janSO AX2B0SE MOIttlSOX. WALTER B OtUES. A. MORRISON & CO., Wholesale Dealers in ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS, AND VARIETIES GENERALLY. TTTE would call the attention of Merchants buying in V V linn market, to our extensive stoct oi Variety Goods. the largest and most varied ever brought to Nashville' which will compare favorably with the most extensive Job bing Houses East, in the vtrfotv line. Our assortment o DRESS TRIMMINGS. SILK "BONNETS. PARASOLS, PANS. RIBBONS. GENTS. FURNISHING GOODS, GLOVES. HOSIERY; TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, WHITE GOODS, HANDKERCHIEFS, and varieties generally, will be found ve-y desirable. We will sell for a smaU wivancc Jor CASH and on short time to punctual dealers. We solicit an examination our stock andprices. A. MORRISON A CO. 72 Public Square, above the City Hotel feb2G 8m 'Nashville, mrims & go., W HO LES ALE DEALERS IN DR Y GOODS, ScC, NASHVILLE, TENN. WE are now opening in our new Marble Storehouse, North side of the Public Square, a large and desir able stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ac. Having purchased our Goods under the most favorable ircumetances, we arc prepared to offer inducements to merchants visiting our city, and respectfully solicit them to give our stock an examination btfore purchasing else where. We would call special attention to our stock cf Ladles' Ureas Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, Mantle?, Ac. fb26 EVANS A CO. LOSSTGHURST & CO., Wholesale and Retail Confectioners, NO. 45 UNION STREET. HAVE on hand a very choice assortment of Candies o all kinds. Cakes, Nuts, Preserves, Pickles, Catsups Sardines,Brandy Fruits, Pie Fruits. Pine Apples, Oranges Apples, and every thing of the kind usually kept in Con fectionaries. They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Ale, Cioars and Tobacco, of the very best brands; Their Bakery is one of the best in the Wostern country aud they are prepared to furnith fresh Light Bread arid Crackers of the best quality at the lowest prices. PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, Ac., Furnished by tbem on the shortest notice, with Cakes Confsctionaries, Ac, Ac , in the highest htjle ol the art. ' Mr. Longburst, ho has charge of the Manufacturing Department, has received several Diplomas in New York, for the best articles in his ! ine. exhibited at State lairs, and is oceof the most skillful Confectioterii in the coun try; d23. Ne&rro CJlotHaifiss". MORGANA- CO., NO. 4 9 PUBLIC SQUARE, Tf7"EEP constantly for rale a large stock and great va Ix. tv of NEGKO CLOTHING, consisting of BLAN KETS, JEANS, LINSEY, heavy Woolen Socle, all the heaviest and best makes of Osnaburgs, Plaid Stripes, Ac, together with a great vsriety of Goods suiUble for Dour and grain sacks, as well as cotton picker's bags. octf ly. l.ATKST STYLES FANCY GOODS. WE HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF NEW STYLES. FANCY FRENCH CASS1MERES, FANCY PLUSH VELVET. AND RICH SILK VESTINGS, FOR FALL AND WINTER AVE AR, which we are prepared to make up to order in the latest STYLES. The inspection of cur costomers and the public w soli cited. CLIFTON A ABBOTT, sepl til No. 15, Cedar street. CITY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT T At the Corner of SPRING AND MARKET STREETS. H. L . OOOPBE WOULD leader his services to the citizens of Nash ville in the above business, and is now prepared to put upin.the most satisfactory manncrShower, Hot and Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes ofall descriptions. . Hydrants will be put up and repaired m any part of the city proaptlyand iu a workmanlike manner at the lowest terms Janl6 ly IGAKS. 812,000 Cigars ot good brands, suitable for country trade and city retail. For sale at jsalS J U AC ROBERTSON'S, Broadway. INSURANCES vNASKVlLLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL 500, ttOO. ' (ALL PAID IN AiJD SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being fully organized, according to Charter, is prepared to wnte Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings, Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on shipments against lot; or damage by Seas; Rivers, or Inland Transportation on the most favorable terms. Life and Negro Policiesgraniedat current rates. Omar N0.8C, corner or Square and Cedar street DIP.KCTOBS. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODS, JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN U. EWIN. TH08. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA WESLEY GF.EEN FIELD- ALEXANDER FALL, President James Walke. Secretary. Nashville, April 80. n w o THE UNITED FIREKEiV'S Insurance Company of Nash, ville. " Capital $1O09OOO, Chartered by the State. This Company is now in success- ; tul operation, ana is prepared to take risks on Buildings, Goods. and Wares and Merchandize, azainst. .LOSS OIL ItAMAUE UX A1C12. Also, on Goods, Wares aud Merchandise and Cargoes gen erally, against the Sua, Rivees, and Inland Tbaksfobta tion, upon as favorable terms as any Office in the City. Office No. 25, on College street, opposite the Sewane House. ' W.B. MATTHEWS, President. Joint S. Dasuibll, Secretary., myl.'CS TENNESSEE 'MAIIILW Fire Insurance Gomapany cis H 5 O.OOO! dm V V OFFICE Norih-West Corner of the Public Square nrdr Pmi-1b Exchnntro Office. Thev will take risks on Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store against Loss or Damsge by Fire. Also, Marine and River hazards: from and to all ports. ALSO Negroes against the dangers of the River. DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL. JOSEPH VAULX, JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANERSON, G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWEN, ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS, R. H. GARDNER, N. K. ALLOWAY, W. S. EAKIN. JOSEPH VAULX, President. A. W. BcTLin, Secretary. nltw oct8 tf. Homo Isssurascc OP Middle Tesmessee. BOOKS ere now open at No 35 Kirkman's corner, and the Merchant's Bank, for subscription to the Capital S'jck of said- Company. NHL S. BROWN ANDREW EW1NG, JOHN PORTERFlt-LD, CAVE JOHNSON, S. Ti. ANDERSON, ROItT. GiBdON. feb?S $30,0001 Improved Havana Plan Jj U U'TJSilt 1 1 (2T AUTHORITY OF THE BTATE OT ALA.,) SOUTHERN JUlllTAKY ACADEMY rOS MARCH, CLASS A NEW SERIES. To bo Drawn April 3, 1856, in the City of Hcntomg ery, when Prizes amounting to $ 3O.000 Will be distributed according the following beautiful Scheme, adopted at the express desire cf .many patrons, who prefer a few chances at large frizes, to many chances atjnuignificant sums. CAPITAL PRIZE EIGHT THOTJBAKD DOLLARS. CLASS B. ..$8,000 is..., 4,000 is .. ...2,000 are.. ....1,000 are.. Prize of. do Prizes of. do do do do do .... 18,000 -4,000 ,600 2,0t0 .... COO are. . . .2,500 200 are 2.CO0 100 are 2,500 50 are 4,000 25 are 600 APPROXIMATIONS. do ap'xn prizes of.... 3'J 0 are 120 4 do do .... 00 are 100 8 do do .... 12 50 ate 100 a do do .... 10 00 are iO 740 Prizes, amounting to. .$80,000 APPROXIMATION PKlZhS. The two Eumbtra piecedicg and followirg that nhich draws the Qmt Capital Prize, are each entitled to a prize of ao 00 The two numbsra orccedine and following that which draws the second Capital Prize, are each entitled to a prize 01 i& W The two numbers preceding and following that which draws the $2,000 Pnz'.s, are each entitled to a pnzs of $12 60 Th two numbers nfccedinp and following that which draws the $1,000 Prizes, are each entitled to a prize of $10 00. Price of Tickets. Tickets 83. Halves ii 50. Quarters 81 Prizes in this Lottery are paid thirty days after the QranlUg, 1U Ulllb Ul BJt:C!C-iJiiU Uiuu, nimvu, ukuu,.- tinn onlv on Dresentation of the Ticket drawinc the Prize 13J Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par. t5J All communications strictly confidential. SAMUEL SWANN. Manarer. Montgomery, Ala, Tie next drawing in this Lottery will be Class B, April Si. Price of Tickets $5. $2 SO.and $1.25. IS" Parties wishing to order Tickets in the above Scheme, will dease cadress SAML. SWANN, Box 858, NASHVILLE POST OFFICE, when Tickets will be imme diately forwarded to their address. Certificates of Draw ings sent to each purchaser of Tickets. mar!5 56- -td "RE PLUS ULTRA" SCHEME : 12,000 Pit IZESt 50,000 DOLLARS! Havana Plan Lottery. :o: JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY LOTTERY. By Authority of the State ofGeorgia. lO.QOONUMBERS! 1 PRIZE TO 8 TICKETS! CLASS 31. To be drawn May 15, 156. At Concert Hall, Macon, Oi, under the sworn superin tendence ot 1,01, u. 31. iiOgaii, anu jus. a. msuci, Kt.n. The manager having announced his determination to make this the most popular Lo tery in the world, oilers. for MAY loth, a Bcneme mat lar surpasses any ocneme aver offered in the annals of Lotteries. Look to vour in terestl Examine the Capitals. STONE PRIZE TO EIGHT TICKETS! Capital $12,000! Prize of 112,000 do do 6,000 8,000 2,000 l.OyO 1 do - S do - 10 'do r. 60 do 123 do 00 50 25 10 .500 do 500 do 8 12,000 FRIZES, AJlUUNTlJMiXU 550,0001 Tickets $lo Halves 35; linaricres: 50. PRIZES PA Y'ABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION! Persons tending money by mail need not fear its being lost. Orders punttnally attended to. Communications confidential. Bank Note ot sound Banks tak;n nt par Those wiihing particular numpers tnouia or 1 '.mme- distfil v. X2T "Address JAME3 F. WINTER. Manager, Maca, Ga. Oil, JIUA nyJ. AtI, 11A311 AAJAJC A , V. L03S OF TICKETS OF CLASS L. Bv Mm late accident on the Seeboard and Ronnoke Rail road, the Tickets of Class L . for April 15th, in their transit from Balttmoie, in charge of Adams' Express Company, were usstrojea oy nre; konsequenuy icere win no. ueauy Drawire of that Cl.ss. The Drawinc will be Class M, May U in. the "Ne Pius Ultra'' Scheme Respectfully. marts to J. F. WINTER, Manager. W A L 1. PAPER. L.PI. GORBEY, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WALLPAPER AND PAPER HANGINU3 NO. 26 COLLEGE STREET. Next Door to Sewanec House, Nashville. T7"EEPS constantlv on lund the l2.fp.t nnt mri r.t,. Jjl. ionable patterns for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, Ac A large assortment of cheap Inglazed Paper, Fire Screens, Window Paper. Teasters, Ac t5E? Paper Hanging done in the best manner. ianeSO L. M- (JORBEY. II. M. AKEROYD ARCHilTECT, &c, PUBLIC SQIT Un. OVER BERRY'S STOORB, Ma11V1LLE, I'FNJiIWEB PLANS, Elevations, Section i, and fall sized detail Drawings or every part rf city and private rcsi dencas, with entire specincatiors, Ac., as made by the best New York and English Arcuitccls. oct!6 ly. HENDERSON BKOTHKK, PRACTICAL PLUMBERS, 18 Deaderick Street, Nashville, Tenn. BEINO both practical men in the line, we flatter our selves that we can do work butter and ch caer p tha any in town. Such as Hot and Cold Baths, Water Closen Pumps, Sheet Lead and Lead Fipe3 of every discriptionts N. ii. New Hy drants put in and old ones repaired cheaps janlS 5m. RNEST LlNWOOD. a novel, by Caroline Led Ueutz. JiutreeiTdby marU IUGAN IRO. R. II. BROCKWAY, WHOLESALE DEALER AND MAITUFACTUEEE OF Gentlemen's CIolhinr, No, 711-2, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. H,rr Stock of Gentlemen's RoadvMadeCIotbing for the XVXSpringand Summar trade is nowcomplete.embrs.cicg every vanety ot style ana moric to ue touna in me taswra MarkeU. My business being strictly and exclusively confined to the Manufacture and sale of Clothing, enables me to offer greater inducements than any other house in the city, and should alone be sufficient guarantee to oil who purchase Radr Maria fllnthinn'. thnt thev can sunnlv themselves with a much larger variety of styles and assortment oi Rizen. ata less price, Dymasing meirparcuasra uirccwrum tne Manulacturer. sepw-u iw. 11, uuuoijia. IR ST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES, Nashville Sewing Machine Company iOS. 71 J -55 - EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, YlLliJJ, TJiMA'JilSiSJUS. THESE Machines are now very Justly considered to be the best in use. havlne the advantage of all others in the simplicity of their construction, the speed end beaoty of their worn, una tne great rtrengui 01 tueir eeaa. udiieb any others la u-e, they form a seam with two continuous threads from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen makinea knot t every stitch which prevents tho work from ripping under nvcircumitances wnaiover. The flint and highest premiums have been awarded to these Machlces at all the leading Fairs throughout this coantry acd turope, ana tne inventor now rejoices mine moresuo ttantlal reivsrd of tho larzesl patronage ever bestowed upon any Sewing Machine In Europe or America. Tfley are of the highest flnlib,and of every variety of size anustjie, anaaaapieuto bu tne wants 01 tne cewingcour mnntty. They -are all secured exclusively to the proprietors by let ters patent, and am fre from all le;al controversy. Great pains bas been taken to adapt thesa Machlhts to Plantation sewing, and they are now so simple, durable and easily run and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond competition fur tbis work or for the manufacture of faeary or light bags, for Com or Wheat, no machinery has ever been invented to surpass them any.person after one hours practice can make from 400 to TOO corn sacks per day en one machine. These machines .are alio equally well adapted to tho manufacture or an emus oi ctominc, coarse or nne, as well as general eewlns, quitting, ttltchliip, Ac. These ma chines are so arranged as to make the stitch any length de sired, and to sewwilh ease any and every team In any gar ment, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of finish. cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most skillful hands. We shall at all times keep on hand a ull assortment of these machines, and most respectfully lnrlte the public gen erallyto call and see tbem in use, and give them a careful examination and be satisfied that the half has not yet been toia. ueeas tr W.UOYD.JB. rVI.LTUS. FOR HIRE. 'E have several likely Negroes for hire for the bal. anceof the tear. Amone them are some excellent Housj Servants, an Excellent Cook, Ac. Apply toon to feb23 HOYU A 1.YSLK. TAYLOR, DICKSON, GRAVES & CO. (Successors to Bates, Taylor A Co.,) Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in NOS. 23 AND 25 DRY STREET, NEW YORK. B. LANIER & CO., (Successors to Hart A Uollingsworth,) No. 5 Market Street, Nashville. WHOLESALE GROCERS ic DEALERS IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS. oct23 bAtw NEW BANKING HOUSE. tOUS D. JAKES. A. WUrLESS. DAVID D. JAM! JOHN D. JAMES Ar CO., BANKERS AND EXCHANGE DEALERS, iicxi JJoor 10 me unulc 01 rsnsliviue, NASHVILLE, TENN. REMOVAL. W. AV. FINN'S WALL PAPER STORE FROM MARKET STREET TO SXTQ. SS Public Square, CORNER DEADERICK. T ARGE assortment kept constantly on hand, cheap for 1 X-J Vasn. uountrr .Mercnanw supplied on favorable terms. lanj AND FANCY JOB WORKMAN, North East Corner Public Square, Nashville, TTTHLRE he will be found prepared to oxecute nil kinds V V of Plain. Fancy r.nd Ornamental Work in his line of business, seen as uesics, urawers, 1 ablcs, Counters, Stands, 3helvincr, Sicrn Boards, Boxes.Ac. Small Jobs attended to with neatness end dispatch, cheap for cash. mayl2 iy u a. wruunr. H. N. ENTDIR. n. TV. FEIZZKLL. -NEW BOOT AND SHOE A RE now ro:ei vine and oneninjr at No 57 Collece St.. -t. fnext door to R. C. M'Nairv A Co.,) a fine and well selected nsjortment-of Boots jnd Shoes, manufactured ex pressly for the retail trade. To which they respectfully invite the attention of their friends, and a!l who wish to purcnace gooas in tbeir line, 'ineir stocK comprises Ladies beel Gaiters, very superior; do do do Boots, extra line: do Slippers, entirely new; ConCres Gaiters; AVhite Kid and Satin Slippers; do do do Gaiters; English Glove Kid Boots; do do do do Gent's Super Calf Sew'd Boots; do do do do do uu j-ega Aiootc; Super Patent Leather Opera Booti; Patent Leather Shoes, ol every description:' Congress Gaiters; Calf Shoes, great variety; Oxford Ties: 3 do And every other description for Ladies and Gentlemen's wear. ALSO, a comnlete assortment rf Mtc.'itn. .j rt.:i , ,, - o huu villi' drens Boots, Shoes and Gaiters. A good stock of heavy Brogans for Negroes, all of which aw ofiered at low prists for C&ii. jeb28 JO. BBWAHDS, WHOLESALEGROCER, COMMISSION AND F0R.WABDING MERCHANT, EKALStt IX BRiNDIE-, W1NES.CIGARS, AC. Corner of Spring and College Streets, pasqvilijc, remisaxx. FRESH ARRIVAL OF GROCERIES, inn hhds prime to choice Sugar; 1 JJ 28 hhds Claridid, do: ' 100 bbls Crushed Loaf and Powdered Sugars; 153 bbls reboiled Molasses: . . 150 Vbbls do do; 250 bags Rio Coffee: 50 do old Java CcT:e; 80 bbls Mackerel; 50 kits do. 100 boxes Herrings; 0 do Soap; - CO do Raisins; " - 60 do 60 jf do; 1C0 ucz Painted Buckets; 100 bexts Tobacco; 600 Kegs Nails and Brads assorted sixss.' 100 bagi Pepper; 10 do Spice; 10 do Race Ginger; 500 Bemijous assorted sizes; 10 bags 8 S Almonds; 100 drums fresh Figs; 10 cases Matches; 20 boxes Lemonr; With rainy other articles in the Grocery Line. Just received and for salo fb26l JO EDWARDS. LATE ARRIVAL OF GROu'ERlES. OQQ hhds Sugar, all grades: OU 227 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powder'd Sugar; 217 bbis Molasses; 916 bags choice Rio Coffeo; 50 bags Java Coffee; 200 packages Mackertl; 100 coxes Bar Soap; 100 do Raisins; 503 dozen Buckets; 50 nests Tubs; 150 boxes Virginia Tobacco; 1C0 bags Pepper; 50 do Spice; 60 do Ginger; 700 kegs Nails and Brads, assorted sices; 100 gross Matches; 600 Demijohns, assorted sizes; 25 bats S S Almonds; SCO drums Figs; 10 ceroons Indigo; 2 casks Madder; J ust received, with a general lot of groceries, which will be sold low to the trade. fob27 IJ LANIER A PHILLIPS. rpilts suisbuituittit is rtuV JtcuciviftU IN ADDITION TO HIS WELL ASSORTED STOCK Of CON FECTIONARIES: 20 chests of Green and Black Teas; very fine; SO cases Italian Maccaroni; 10 " Vermicelli 40 barrels Nuts, assorted; 10 cases French and 20 cases New York Mustard; 20 cases Sardines, halves and quarters: 5 " Prunes; 20 Pine Apples In bottles; 200 down FRESH COVE OYSTERS; 40 boxes Pine Apple Cheese; 50 " English JJiirj; 100 " Western Reserve; 100 gross Matches; 55 boxes English Pickles, assorted; M boxes Claret; 85 baskets Champagne; 2 puncheons Scotch Malt Whisky; With London dark and other Brandies; Port, Sherry and Maderia Wise, in wood and bottle. London Porter and Scotch Ale; Jamaica Rum: Gin; Corduls; Maraschino; Curacoo; Sauces; Ketchup; Layer Raisens; Currants? Dates; Citron; Lobster; Salmon; Nelson's Gillatine; Isenglass; Cigars, Ac; and is daily receiving Oranges; Lemons; Co coa Juts;Pine Apples; with a large variety of other ar ticles iu his line, too numerous to mention, which will bA sold very chesp. GEORGE GRE1G, aasnvwe, uet. 80, '55 6m 87 Union street FRESH UROCBUIES JUST ltliCKlVKl. TQ HHDS SUGAR, all grades; jLTCt 100 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar: 110 bbls Molasses; 600 bags New Orleans Rio Coffee; 200 bags extra Baltimore Rio Coffee; 500 kegs assorted Juniata Nails; 75 casks Super Carb Soda; 150 boxes Virginia Tobacco; 200 boxes Star Candles; 100 boxes Mould Candles; 1,000 bags assorted Pat Shot; 5,000 lbs Bar Lead; 500 assorted Demijcbns; 800 reams best Wrapping Paper; 60 boxes Hulled Buck Wheit; 50 boxes line Teas, aisorted; 200 dozen PainUd Buckets; 200 bbls Rectified Whiskv. ALSO. A good stock of Cigars, Pepper, Spice, Ginger, indigo and .Madder, together with a fine stock of Wines ana .Liquora, wnicn ws otter to the trade low lor CASH. A.ANILR & PHILLIPS, de15 Wholesale Grocars, 89 Marxet street. JUST RECEIVED 115 hhds N O and Clarified 75 bags Pepper, Spies and ft c uinjrcr; 115 bbls & hf bbls Reboiled 100,000 Havana Segars; Molasses; 100.009 American do 500 kegs Nails, assorted; 50 bbls Cider Vinegar; ouv cuus jkeuiucij ivope; iu caszs ocotcn Ale; luv nuuie csu uau poxes 100 dozsn Brooms: Star Candles: 500 reims Wrapping Paper; 100 2 to 5 gallon Demijohns; 60 doz Painted Buckets; 10 bbls Copperas. 25 boxes Soap; 20 do Starch; 50 dozen Pickles: 50 kegaShotand Lead; SEYMOUR. FANNING A CO.. je22 Comer Market and Church Streets. LIOUORS. 800 bbls Rectified Whiskey ;20 do Holland Gin; 50 bbls Old Reserve do 50 do Malaza Wine: 50 do Mononsibela do 100 doz Wolfe's Schiedam 30 do Bourbon do Schnapps; 20 do Peach Brandy; 5 quarter casks Pure Port 12 bbls Robinson co Whisky; Wine; 80 bbls American Brandv; 8 hf pipes Otard Brandv For sale by SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO., je2 Comer Market and Church Streets. J. G. & C. ROBERTSON'S BREAD & CRACKER BAKERY, CONFEC- l lU.lAItl , .Sii;., No. 21 Broad Street. WE are now prepared to furnish our old and new cus tomers with eood Cheau Bread. vi 24 Imtm tn the dollar. Butter, Beaton, Soda and Suear Crackers iresu every aay. cer, bpice, fepper, Ac. Also, a hue lot of real genunito Puerto Principe Ci2rs. POMPS. Also, an assortment of Ala end Tirler Pnmns with silver tops. The Cider Pices and Punms are made of pure Britania Metal, so that acid has no effect on them. J. G. fe C. ROBERTSON, au28 ly 21 Broad St. T EBANON FLOUR 5000 lbs Lebanon Flour Li Just received THIS DAY, aed for sale low for CASH, by IfeblS J M HAWKINS, Agent. HAMS. A superior lot of Hams. Just received and for sale low for CASH by feblO J M HAWKINS. AcenL CORN 31 KAL. I keep eoustanly on hand a superior article of Corj Meal and sell low for CASH. J U HAWKINS, Agent, feblO No 88, Onion st. 1,1,0 UK, I' j.UUU.-Just received 5,000 lbs Extra JD Family Fiour leoaaon Mills for sale low for Cash J M. HAWKINS.' Aeent. jan39 No 86 Onion street- O UGAlt. 80O thds common to choice Louisiana Su- yj gar, in store and for sale by feb26 W. H. GORDON A CO. "IlTOLASSiisi. 200 bbls choice Louisiana Molasses. UJl in store and fcrsale by leb6 W.H.GORDON A CO. SYRUP. 50 bbls Golden Syrup, an extra article, in store and for sale by eozt W. ii. UUKDU.N A CO. J TUSH. 20 bbls Florida Mullets, put up in Mackerel ? style, in store and for sole bv testis W. n. GORDON A CO, DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. KTH. M1L1US has this day withdrawn from the part- V t nership known as tha firm of Miliua A Wolt. E. Wolf is hereby authotized to settle all the claims of said firm. N. B E.Wolfwillcontinnelhe stand known asNichol's Corner cf Market s-reetandtbe Public Square. He so licits the continual patronage of his many friends. His stock will be enlarged every day by arrivals oi fresh goods from tne East. . jan 6m lISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. THEsubscriUn would inform their friends aid the public in gmeral ttat they have dissolved the concern heretofore existing under the style and firm of E. S. CHEATHAM & Co , by mutual consent on the 1st inst. bavinz sold ont their interest in said concern to MONRBE and E. FOSTER CHEATHAM, whom they take pleasure in recommending to their former patrons as persons fully entitled to confidence. K. S. CHEATHAM. janlS ALEX.TV1 LLIAMSON. CARD. THE undersigned having purchased the interest oi EDWARD S. CHEATHAM and ALEX. WILLIAM. SON in the concern of E S. Cheatham A Co., would in form their friends and the public in general that thev will continuo the transaction of a Wholesale Grocery, Liquor and Wine business, under the style of M. & E. F. CHEAT HAM, and respectfully solicitacpntinuacce of the patron ago so liberally bestowed on the old firm. MU.KUfci UUfclATIiAU. E FOSTER CHEATHAM, janl5 b Cornerof Church and College sts. AUCTION, COMMISSION AND GENERAL AGENCY. BF.. SHIELDS will make sales for Trustees. Assignees and others who may wish to sell Goods. Wares and Merchandize oferery discription at Auction, without rs serve for Cash. If on Time, the same to take the paper received. No goods Bold at public auction with limits. Proceeds ofall sales paid over within three days after sales. . Consicnments for private sales held subject to instruc tions. Arrangements made lor liberal advances on invoices 01 anv note. No goods bought or soldonmy own account BEN. F.SUIELD3, General Agent, Janl5 No 42 Public Square JUST RECEIVED per steamer St Clair, alter tedious passage through the ice: IOU ones sugar, vanuus quauuu, 400 pkgs Molasses and Syrup; 800 ba?s crime Rio Cofiee: Together with a general assortment of merchanduc to suit the trade. For sale on accommodating terms by feblS MORRIS & MATHEWS. DRY GOODS. THOMPSON & CO., NO. 21, PUBLIC SQUARE. ARE now prepared to offer to their customers and the public generally, the largest, richest and best as sorted Stocks of Spring and Summer Bry Goods ever offered before. Tho wishirg to buy would do well to give us a caII. We take great pleasure in showing our Goods. SILKS. Our assortment is now complete, consisting in part of Rich Flounced Silks, ail qualities, do Stripe do co do Peaid do do do Check do do Plain Silks, all colors and qualities. Also, a luge lot of Evening Silks. Wedding Dresses, In great variety, with all the Paraphenalia complete. BAREGES AND MUSLINS. The Ladies will find in our Stock of Bareges and Muslins just the things tbey want Splendid flounced Bareges, aUqnalitisi do do Grenadines, do do Figured Bereges, do do do Grenadines, do do Emb. Bounced Grenadine, Empress Eugenie; Plain and figured Bereges all kind.. RICH FLOONCED ORGANIC MOSLINS. do French do do Jaconet, do Cheip Muslins in great variety from 12V cents per yard up. EMBROIDERIES AND LACES. We have an unusual largejuacrtmentof Embroideries and Laces. Fine Embroidered Muslin Bodies, high cede do do do do low do do do do Capos, do do do Skirts. do do H'dkfs. This lot is just half price. Rich Jaconet Collars and Sleeves, . 1 r 1 - - . do do du do awtss ao ao do Linen Cambric: BreAkfast Collars and Sleeves; Embroidered Swiss Collars, great job; do Jaconet do Ladies' retiring Rebes; " Envelopes, trim'd. CHILDREN'S ERBROIDERED BODIES; do do Robes; do White and Fancy dresses; Jaconet and Swiss Edgings ana Insert's gs; Nainsook and Mu'I do do "great job" Linen Cambric, do do do Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing; Nainsook and Mull, do Infants embrpidered and Lsco trim'd Caps. LACES. Very rich and fine Point Lace Setts: do do do do do do do Val. do do do Uouiton, do do Muslin Lace trim'd; do llouitore Capes; do Point Lacs; do Val, do do du do do Lore knot Capes; do do do do do do do do do do co Jiusim Ajice trim a do do do Vol. Lace Berthes Sleeves to match Splendid VaL Lace Collars; " Uoniton do Real Point Lace, do "Job" " Maltese do do " Muslin Lace trim'd do VaL Lace Edging and Insertions; Piatt do do do English thread,do do Guiprua Laeo for Dress Trimmings, SPRING MANTLES. Embroidered iiutim ilantlej; do do Scoria, Rich hand wrought Lace Mantica; Job; do Ubantilla do do do Emb. White Silk, du do do Black do do do do cold do do Plain bile and Light Fabric Mantles, all kinds. LINENS, LINENS, LINENS. We have newou hand several celebrated brands Irish Linen of very superior quality, which we are determined to sell by the piece or hilt piece, at prices greatly under the usual rates. Also, 8-4, 10-4, 12-4, Linen Sheetings, all qualities; Pillow Linen, all widths; Bid Tab e Damask, by the yard; do Damask Table Cloths, all sizes; do do Napkius; Doj Its, all kind; Turkey Red Table Covers; Napkins to match; Bird-bye Diaper, all qualities. SUNDRIES. White Brilliante, all qualities, Col'd do do 4-4 French Chintz. English and American Prints in endless variety. Percale, French Musl.n, very desirable. Ticking, Bleached and Brown Domestics, MENS AND BOYS LINEN GOODS: " ' Cassimeres and Tweeds; " Marseilles Vestinc. Drop DTe Summer Cloths and Fine French Cloths ofall ull kinds. CARPETS. In enr assortment of Carpets will be found every thing desirable. We inUnd to keep our Stocf up during the entire season, receiring every tbicg new that comes out, direct from Manufacturers bands, ucd intend to sell them at sucn prices as will msie them go oil Iivaly. HANDSOME VELVET CKPETS; do Real Brussels do do Tapestry do do Extra Three Ply English Carpets, ' American do 100 Ply Carpets all patterns sad prices. Also, & large lot 01 cneap trptis. Fine Mosaic Kugs: Velvet Kugs;Tufiel Rugs, Parlor and Door Malt?. l1 kinds. CURTAINS. RICH CRIMSON AND BROWN DAMASK, do Greeu and Gold Jo do Crimson and do do do Blue do do do with a variety of othir colors. Also alargc assortment ot German Damask Cornice and rr- . . . , arimiuioga w maicu. Rich Applique Laca Curtains! " Tumboral do do " Emb. Muslin do Aim Tup. ant Mfialin fTnptn ClrA. kn Ilia marl I b oJ THOMPSON A CO. K. C. Al'iVAIiiY & CO- No. 55. Collece St. Nashville. Tennessee. 1 I AVE now on band one of the largest aud most com JLJL piete stocks ot FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS. suitable for Fall and Winter, ever offered in this market; And having the last few days received tbeir large Fall Im portation, and manv articles bought at prices far below tbeir usual cost, are enabled to offer inducements to all persons wanting Ucods m their line. Dress Goods. ELEGANT FLOUNCED SILKS, in all colors for day and evening dresses at from 818 to $GO, ELEGANT MOR1E ANTIQTE-S; PJaiu and Striped lor uoiu oay anu evening. ELEGANT PLAID AND STRIPED SILKS; all qualities ana nnr.es PLAIN RKFT- SILKS; in all colors; day and evening; POULT DE SOIE; do do Ao dn; CASHMERE ROBES; with borders; Elegant; do Printed. do: PLAIN AND PRINTED DeLAlNES; the largest lot ever ever enured in this city; bought at greatly reduced prices, io do soia proportionaieiy low. 800 PATTERNS UNION Us LA INS, at only (2 a piece; PLAIN MEK1NOS; inallcolois; In snort every thing la tho Drt&s Goods Line. Flannels. EXTRA HEAVY, (ALL WOOL) FOR DRAWERS; do 00 uaiu., do do; do do SHAKER. do do-. All qualities WELSH and other unshrinking Flannels: SILK WARP FANNh'LS; FINE SAQUE do; all colors for children: Common White. Red and Yellow, in all qualities- Boys, Mam mi All descriptions of Goods fir Boy's Clothes, such as Jeans sanueues, iw wj, catsimeres, .tc,, &o. Staple Goods. All kinds of Sheeting, Shirtings, Pillow Domoestic, baa iicftiDgH. .apron iiuec&s, an inn riacmis. rrtnis. i.u 1 : - t)i;j 1 v t- i... ' AAiBU AJlliCUO, 1BIU AilUJCJO, Al-lTaU aCrHCVB, tC OC, EMBROIDERIES AND LACE GOODS. Every thing in this line, Honitcn Collars and Collarettes; Val. Collars and Collarettes and Sleeves separate or in sets; all kinds of French and Scotch wnrfcp! f!n!!np Mnmrvt.n bouoia in great variety, Gm'tain Goods. Every Ihingtn Musux and Lacb Cuutaixs: Also, Csiow, all wool, and Satis Lame Damakks, Giurs, Tasszls, Loops, Coies, ic, to match. Also Cosxict and Pixs, all qualities SLoisery. A very large stock of Ladies Men's Misses and Boy's: Hosiery, all which they will sell at the lowest possible, prices. ts In endless variety and all qualities. Many new styles received within the last few davs. All at prices to insure entire satisfaction. Alwi, a large lot of Rugs, Mats,Drug- gens, vrumo uioins, uu i;ioui aiats ior ( ire places; Wasa sianas,sc.,xc. is. u. ja c:Aim i ua, noviO No. 55 College street, Nashville. Tenn. WHOLESALE DRY GOODS. Trsbuc & Ssucus, WE respectfully inform city and country merchants who purchase their goods in this market, that we aae now receiving new aad desirablo Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Hats. Boots and Shoes, Hardware, Cutlery, Ac, which we pledge ourselves to sell at prices that will truaranies gates to an mat win a') us tne Conor to can and examine our Stock, which will be large and complete by tne iuia oi Aiaren. HOME MANOFACTORY. Wearetheonlr A?entof Mtesrs Gilliland A Co. mnur. of the Silvan Mills at Shelbyville, 'ienn. We hav now in store a good stock of their Ginghams, Ticking, Check, Plaids, Coating, Cottonades. Striped Osnaburgn, Ac , Ao We respectfully call the attention of Merchants to lliete floods, as we feel safe in saying that their prices are as ow as the same goods can be bought anywhere in the uimcuoisit'.v llWAHUt, ii i,U(JAS. Nashville, Feb. 27, 1S56. n A o SPRING STREET BRIDGE MMPANV T?IFTY THOOSAND DOLLAKS ot the Capital Stock il oi uns company nas been taken. Thrrr. .;.. ed by the charter, notice is hereby given that an election for seven Directors will beheld atue ctEcenf Lindslev A Crockett, S3 Collega street, NashvUle, oa Monday, the 7th Stockholders will please attend. Th Hnnl. iii r.. main open for further subscriptions until the day of e'oe- NICHOLAS HOBSON, JOHN B. McFERRIN, VCom'rs. laAAC AiITTON. A. V. S. LIND3LEY. EUli td MISCELLANEOUS, ED. BURKS PICKETT, REAL EST ATE, COMMERCIAL, FIN AN UAli AiiD i2s?iaAiL Amsi9 Corner of Broad and Front Stre eta, over C. Anderson, NASHVILLE, TENN., WILL take charge of any business entrusted to him, re iniring the services of an Agent, fora commis sion entirely satisfactory to all parties and in all cases no charges will be made unless satisfaction is given. Theperformanco of Contracts, Purchase, Sale, and Rent ing ot Real Estate in the city and elsewhere; the Purchass and Sale upon Commission, of Bon is, Stocks and Public Debts and Notes of every description; Merchandize, Gro ceries, all kidds of Machinery and Agricultural Seeds and Implements, the settlement oraccounts and claims and collections generally, ottendid to foithrully and prompt re turns made. IS" Information sought and given in every depart ment of business. Hoping for success only by a strict at tention to my engagements, and looking rither to tha quantity of business done than to exberbttant charges,! respectfully golic t a share of public patronage. iCernrnnccS. Got W B Campbell-C WJackson, 8 T Motley, Bank of UMJI. T... ..r.u- r V- o t P.I I Aun- ningham, Church Anderson, McCIure.Buck b, Co., Burgs A Allen, Anderson, AUison A Co. John S Brien, Esq , A J Duncan, McKenzie A Wilson, Nashville; Joseph W Al len, Esq , New Orleaus; John W Butler, Pittsburgh D Lender, Cincinnati; Edmund Cooper. Caldwell A Cam ming, Sbelbyville. Maj II O Ellis, W J Spence, MurfVees boro; W C Whitthorne, Esq, Col AM Locney, Columbia; Col J O Guild, Col J W Head, R Hallum, Esq, Z Baker, Efq., Gallatin: R A W L Alexander, Maj D Burford, Col J H Vaughn, Dixon Springs; Dr AUKldd, JB Moores, Esq., and citizens generally, Carthage. XTANTED. 1 1,000 On twelve monihs loin, i V Y est payable quarterly, and secured by mcrtgaj inter ior! on Real Estate worth $10,000 at PICKETT'S GENERAL AGENCY. ANTED. To contract with efficient teamsters for the haulier of 200 cords ol wood from the wharf to the city, at PICKETT'S AGENCY. WAaNTED.- To hire, a Nurse for the present year, PICKETT'S AGENCY. 250 CORDS WOO D for sale, to be delivered at PICKETT'S AGENCY. 23 WELL GROWN, tine, fat tearlinz Mule, in btnitti countv' mar be bad for a small price, if taken im. meaiatery. si rictvt.1 re. rpUE PREMIUM FARM OF SMITH COUN J. TV FOJC SALE. The most desirable property in Middle Tennessee, ccntainirg 210 acrts, all under new fencing, new outbuildings, plank fencing and bouse new ly refitted and painted, " mues from Dixon Springs, and S Irom Cartbage, on the Gallatin and Carthage Turnpike; 30 negroes ofall desirable eges, cow on the place, with stock and gram, tor particulars, cill at PICKETTS. TO KENT. A very convenient tew Brick House on JL Cherry street. College Hill, with fuur rooms, servant's ruuui iuu kiicuca ac,; new uuu in gnou repair. fjf The same will be sold on unusaally accomodating terms, at PICKETTS. ; ,"OiC SALl-l. A very nice little bouse on Church st. JL a few doors below the Union and Amer American office. In- quire at PICKETT'S. DWELLING HOUSE, Six Rooms, Garden, ii. and Outbddicgs on Middle Franklin I'itce. Call at PICKETT'S. A XJl. boose 5 miles out on the Lebanon Pike, with 11 acres of ground, well suitd fora market garden, by apply itj-Jaon, at PICKETT. SUBSCRIPTIONS to any Newsiuii er in the United Stales received at PICKLTT'S. WANTED A situation or to ytingmenm Dry Goods or Grocery hemes. Salaries no object. Call at PICKETTS. JOB WORK. Two able bodied Negro Boys, accus tomed b) all work, alwara on band tor jibs at jania ' PICKETT'S. ANTED. fO.OOO inNasnvile and Chatmrxoira ltallroad Stock, at PICKETT'S AGENCY. WANTED l .puruiasetnoFmall family Residen ces bttween Brtad street and the Square, at Jin26 PIOKETT-S. OIX IIUMJIiEU D-M.LAltS m t bdt. A Nasn. kj Railroad Stock, lor tale at PICKETT'S. A UOOD UOUaE, 8 rooms and 6 acres of ground in j. A. i.ugeuem, one mile irom tnecqnaie, at jac2S PICKETT'S. JJlOUIt OFFICES for rent over Kerr's. Ledaretreet, firxtfioor. Call at PICKETTS. EIGHT HUiDKEB the river, for sale at CEDAR PICKETS on PiCKETI'S. T)EKSONS having good Cooks and Ho&ra Servants to JL uirewilldowelltacalla: PICKETTS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR MONEY BACK. I HAVE a Hone for sale on College Hill I will sell lor oca half its real value, if called for boon bv a cash or very short time purchaser, at PICKETTS 'pHREE THOOSaNlTDOLLARS. Wanted to borrow for j. twelve montns, ata lairrateol interest, tne above sum. Interest payabiect arterly, and payor, en t secured bv individual securitv. anr a transfer of rood 7 percent svocsa at aouoieinesuai. uauat leb2i) PICKETTS AGENCY. 8GOO WANTED MORTGAGE, or personal s-curity. for which a lib- erai interest wni oe pain, il application is made im- -10-11. ASroad St., aver Uburcn Anderson s. maru FOR KENT. A XV Pike with an acre of rroand to rent f ir the balance of the vear. Price tl 50 per mooh. CUI nt marll PICKETT'S. A BARGAIN I READ THIS ! I WILL sell a first rate V, O0L CARDING MACHINE, all new. in erood ruunicir order, with all the necessarr buildinrs. and ample room for docble the auantitvof Mi- : I 3 l : . . l - x-. .! i i - . u did over 1600 worth of business last Tear. I. no ertdil for Q'Viivapir. I'auat marni fiUKhns. BEDSTEADS! BEDSTEADSI T ONSTAN TLY on hand and for3ileatMcCombs'Bed- J stead Manufactory all kinds of Cottage and Fancy bedsteads, such as Cottaces' Rouble and iSinr!e Miss&i. St-Louis do. Plain Cotbige do, Double and S-agte Lounges uu, ai an puces. ALSO Crib-. Towell Racks, Trunnel Bedsfeads, Small iancy 'lanles, n natnots, zc Also, a general assortment of Matrasses, til of which will be sold at wholesale and retail as cheap as can be had i .1 i . . i .. in uinciaoaii or hot uiiicrciiy. ZJtr All wort warranted as represented. Dealers in the countrv will find it trrestiv to their inter est to eive us a call. Tsims. Four month3 for eood paper, or 5 ccr cent off ior casa. r ..- . Factnrv cornerof Sprineand Cherry strefts- tSf We will pay the bigtieat market price in CASH for any quantity oi iiacEcted&nncK. J. W. McCOMU.'J. W. K. CORN ELI OS. fcb2 Proprietor. Agent. REMOVAL. mHORSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. 18 ! Pntilil- l.llQ nY Ann Ir. fV!?.. ....'j n-l.nva ll,a. will be happy to ehow their customers a. first rate stock cf Dry uoods, consisting ot MUct, Krown. and liiue Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimete; Vesting, Gloves, uosiery, viavaa, iiinaKercmea, ic, c. THURSTON & BERNARD, No. JIG Public Squ.-tre, (Next door to Calhoun's.) "TTTE now have on hand a beautiful stock of French V and English Merin. s. Plain Plaid and Ambre shaded all wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmere, Man- cnes'er i;eLoines; I'laid, tied, 1 ello- and t bite flannels, an qualities. ais, a complete stocK oi Htasle Uoods. servants uooas ct an kiuus,io wmcii we invite tne atten uon oi an uasu cuyvrs, oa we can givv good bargains. trpVLZ ti BELL AND BRASS FOUNDERY, On I'rout, near Broad St THE subscriber respectfully rcturB his thanks to the public for past favors, and so licits a continuance oi paironage in tne ahove line, also COPPER AND SHEET IRON MANOFACTORING: Tosether with every description of Metal; Turnings, Me- talic Packinin. Ealbit Metal and Castinjrs. RrU Vnnnt... Generators. Ala Pulsus, and I'cmr-s of every description manufactured to order, or repaired at anorr notice. losn win oe pum afc Kit. iwx iir uiu vii'vr ami dhui jan25-ll i. t.ui.r. NEW Quccnswai'G Store, CAMPBELL&COBB. , No. 40 Market Steset. acAHTnK PCBLicsQCAEtJ . RE now receiving and opening a cartfully .selected rjL. stocsot QUEENSWARE, l-HINA, GLASS, PLATKI), BRITANNIA and JAPANED w Aitca; Looldn'r Glsssas. Solar Lnmn3. Candeltbras. Ae . tat. Which tbey offer to Merchants aud others at the most rea sonable rate, Those wishinar lo purehase are requested to call and cx- amime our stock, as we intend to keep a good assortment. We will take in exchnge, Rags, teatbers and Ginseng at tne nignest matxet pneey. fan a oui COPARTNERSHIP. milE Conartnershir. of PKRKINS. HAMPRELL A CO. L of this city, U this day disol red by mutual consent, either of the copartners having the use of the name ot the firm in liquidation. W.M. PERKINS. W. B. CAMPBELU New Orleans, Dec 6, 1S55. SAM'L P. WALKE r. K r(;r!t.( fmm ili fTvnTmMi'nn TJiuiccss we return our thanks to our friend3 and patrons, and cheerfully reenmmenrl onr siieees-wr and late partner. ii.Ji.rt. ' ' - ..... i, t, as altogether worthy of tbe confidence and rAtronage. SAM'L P. WALKER. THE General Commission Business heretofore conduct ed by PERKINS. CAMPBELL A CO-. wUI be con-tinu-d without interruption, by W. M Perkins, under the I'yleof. fdeclS ivl i t.nrui.- o TUST KEVEIVKD VUU31 CINCINNATI. l A LOT O? NEW ALK afinearticle. A!so,50box e of Western Reserve CHEESE, fresh. J. U. S U. KUDil.lOU.l, eep27 tf Uroadway. NEW FIRM. DAVIS, PILCHSB. & Co. Wholesale Grocers and CoiiiiiiIssiQn ,rnr WEW FIRM. iV l . J-u..SWaN havingsold hs inUrestm the Hoots DA ot Davis & Swan tj Capt. Merritt S. Richer, the DAVp7LCHERAtCOd , JAMES B. DAVIS, jovj-tf . MERRITT S.PICHER. Cr The services of Mr.S.U. SWAN are retained br us. who will leave shoitly lor New Orleans, fully authoris ed to make purchases and advance on shipments lor our House. novlj DAVI3, PILCHER A CO. ALL those indebted to the firm tr Davis & Swan will please come forward and make payment; these Fur icg claims against us will present tnem for adjustment! Either of us is authonsed to use the cace of the Firm in liqmdation. J. 3. DAVIS, noTl s5- J. M. SWAN. AKiHSTROiG & CO., SO. CO MARKET STRICT, XASUVTLLZ, TSS Coinmision IWerchants AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, FOE THE SAU oy Machines, Afsrwnltnral Implements, Baildinr Materials, Ac, jiC. THE annexed is a list of such articles as nuv ahvavs be found at their stare, and at tho lowest easU pnwi Machines. Implements, Ac. Threshing Machines, Horse r-ow rs. Corn and Cob Cmsa. er, (Little Giant,) Felton s Portable Grist M.tL Straw Cut ters, Corn Shelters, BedweU's Smut Machine, Child's Grain Separator, Weil's Seed Sower. Corn Planters, Culti vators, Harrows, Ploughs ef all kinds, Churns, Meat Cut ters. Scythes, Forks, Bakes, Reaping aud Mowing Ma' chines, Fan Mills, Ac Building Materials, Ac. Window Sash, Vemtian Blinds, Marbeiized Iron Man tles, Window Glass of all sizes. Hydraulic Cement, Plaster Paris, Chain Pumps, Force Pumps, Garden Engines, Iron Chain, Iron Setters, Iron Safes of all sizes. Paints, Oils, A-c. White Lead. While Zinc, Brown Zinc, Stone Colored Zinc, Paints of all colors. Putty, Whiting, Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Mineral Paint, Gla, Paint Brushes, Rosin, Copperas, Pain' Mills, Ac Ac. Fertilizers. Guano, and Land Plaster. We keep a lirgs stock cfthesa articles on hand. Seed?.' Clover. Timothy, Blue Grass. Herd Grass, Orchard Grass, Barley, Ac We are also agents for Pease's Celebrated Excelsior Rail road Horse Power Threshing Machines. We have now as assortment of these Machines on band, and will furnish them at Manufacturers' prices, transportation added. As the demand will ba beyond the supply, those who are in want of them had better buv soon. febil tf ARMSTRONG & CO. joqx s. hast. nurar hast, jx. it w xac&ac, jk. HART, MACRAE A- CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS 4C0M2IIQ3I0N MERCHANTS, N03 7 and 9 South Market street, Nasi ville, Tenn WE have just received and have in store a portion of our stock, consisting in part ol the following articles, 181 hhds fair to choice New lUOOboxes -r Orleans Sugar 10 esses Sherry Wines; CI boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce. tu. 100 boxes and bbls Powdr'd 100 nests Marksi V&sreb!; Crushed and Lof iu- SO boxei -n nkd Hams, Rat; . 193 bbls Molasses; 100 K bbls do; 200 bags Coffee: 800 packages Mackei ; 500 bags Salt; 25 crils UannillaRsi ; 25 caaka Malaga Win., 5 casks Sherry Wine: 1W packages M R Raisii -j 20 trails L I. Almonds; 200 assorted Demijohns: ltrO dozen minted Backets; 600 CegsNsits.ass'd sizes; 160,000 Ccr-Tigars; l.v boxes Tobacco, various brands; 2j sscs Fresh Cove Oysters :,j ctaces escorted Pickles; U ftoiea ass'dlle Fruits; S rerM3 best Induro; i'-j ho. Stur Caudloa. Together with Pepper, Spies. S- v janz9 KAF.T MACPJLE CO Fresh iirrivz OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 100 hhds N.O. Sugar, 60 bxs. p.nt A pint Flask 85 bbls Pow'd Loaf Sugar; 200 Demijohns, assorted; 20 bag Lag. Cotfee; 25 bags lite Colfee; 75 bxs A & 01a Staf Can- 75 bbU Mnlesses; dies: 75K" do; 25 bxs Sterine and Tallow 50 bxs spie'd and fresh Oy- Candtee; ters; 40 bxs. Langhorn A Armis- 10 bxs Ana Rice, very fine; tead's Tobacco; 25 bu Kentucky Tobacco; 75 bxs. prime Western Re- 26 bbb No 2 A 3 Mackerel; serve Cbeise: 56 kite 75 casks English Soda. 50 bxs Soap; 50 Raisins, 200,000 Havana Cigars, va rious Brands? 09,000 Melee do- l.OCO bags assorted Shot, 1,540 lbs Bar Lead; 150,000 G. D. Per'a Caps; 3 cases Indigo; 10 bbls Urimetonr; 10 bbls Crackers; 25 bags Pepper; 0 cuils cotuiu Cord; 20 " Heaw du: 25K" dr. 100 keg tai pure White Lead: o bxainx; 20 bazsGingnr; 75 doz. Painted Buckets; 1 conk Madder; 7 bbls Alum; 10 bags Allspice; 1C0 " Cotton Yarns; 50 bxsSXiOAloXisGIass; 50 bxs gat A Jfgal bottles. uO DU quart tiasxs; IRONS AND CASTINGS. 100 tons Rol'd Iron, war'ted; 25 tens ass'd Casting; so - tseii s llam a iron, w rets exoird Axes SO0 ham'd Plough M'Ids; 5Wl " Titgcntwxes; 5000 lbs. Cast Steel; ISO " Crawly Steel; 4000 lbs. A. U. Steel; 2500 E.B.SteeL 1500 " SorinirSteeL LIQUORS, (IMPORTED, 10 baakeu Champagne Win ; 10 bbls. Old Port Wine; 2 casks Sherry do. 15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine; 2 casks A. Signette Braedv; 1 pipe pure Holland Giu. Eagle brands; 1 puncheen pure Irish Whisky; LIQUORS. (AMERICAN. 00 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brand; 100 Pike s Mcuongahela. d.c 95 " Smith's Reserve, cj; 60 " MonoogaheU Rye; dr, 10 " Gin; iO Brandy; 5 " - Old Monongabela Whiskey, very fine; 25 " Ale, Schultz and Walker' brands; AH of the above will be sold very low at our eld stand. comer of Broad and College Streets, by uniz U'UKbA & TERRA53. McCULLOUGH'S CANADA PROLIFIC I HAVE about 10 bushels of theaboro Corn, prolucing from 4 to 8 stalks from one grain, and 2 ears to '.be stalk, the Corn is good for stock of any kicd. and excellent fur meal- 1 will furnish enough for one acre for ti, half acre $2, quarter $ I. It should be planted it 4f feet square, with one cram to the bilL and for a sure tuud to plant 2 grains to the hid. i'ersocs wubiog to procure, wi.i address me at Rome, Tennessee, sending the money for the Corn and postage i win mass auepoait at o. a. neuers, .nsnt, ;e, ienn. uuiO-tf JAd. McCOLLOUQU. CANARY UAGES-We ha7B received from New York, the finest collection cf Bird Cnges ever seen in Nashville. Tbey are of all patterns and designs, and ar offered at very moderate prices. mora aiAUiYc..z.ir. wiuau.n. C1II AMBKR SETTS. U'e have just itceived from J New York and Cincinnati, a variety of ralrous of tha above invaluable article. Some nt our patterns are very elegant. f mar3 MACK EX 2 IK A WILSON LU'ATiliiR DfJSTEKS ot oli iuha, and at lew x1 prices. MACKENZlfa A WILSON BLOCK TIN, BR1TTANIA AM) PLAN ISHED WARES. We havealioe assorimeotof ov- ered Dishes, Soup Turrens. Coffee Urns Tea and Ccfles Pots. Punch Pitcher, Mobvea Corn. Gre-q iea Iimps, Candlesticks, Ac. MALKKNZIE A WILSON. CiAS 1 OltS. We have a handsome assortment of Can- tori eltfantly plated, and Brittania a variety cf pat- te ns. fmarS MACKE.NZlS A WILSON I7URNITURE POLISH. We baveon band a sap- ply of M'Combie's Furniture Polub, by which, with very little trouble, old Furniture may be made to look as well as new. MACKENZIE A WIL-ON ( ULD IMi Wo hive atiU a few bot'.les on bond. VJT which we willsell u New York pnee. tr,rl V. P f?lX7 1 R . ' MACKENZIE A WILfON. rp.VBLE MATS, Iron Kitchen Lamps; Brasr, Bnt JL taonia, and Japanned Candlesticks and Lampi; Iron, Tinned and Enameled Sauce Pans; Glove Stretchers, Cap, Mopi, Cake Turners, Clothes Pins, Ac, and a great vari tyot Uousefurnisning Goods mars iUlMaaia a iiu- FINE C1T- PKOPERTY FOR S1LE. ON SATURDAY, the2th of April, if not previously disrjisel ol. I will sell at the Court Uou to th btgbest Didder my LARGE LOT lying in tte angle cf Broad and McLemore street, and being the eornr Lot of the corporation, on Broad street. The said Lot froo pica Broad street 74 feet, and on McLemore street 250 feet, with a 15 foot alley in the tear Term, ?i0 equivalent to cash, tbe balance on i credit of eight and twenty months without interest For particulars, inquire at mv oOee, No. 45. Cherry st. fmartl J- t?. THOMPSON. ABitAU cojair. i- Jonxsos CONLEY & JOHNSON, (Successors to McCIure A Moore No. 10 Broad, nud No. 0-1 South Market St., Nashville. Tenn. p"EEP. constantly an hand all kinds of Cocking and IV Ueatine Stores, plain and ornamental: a!so. Tin ware, Urates, Ac, Ac Knobagana cpoauog uuoo wim oniaess ana aespaicn. RhMt Iron and Copoer work for Roots. Roiiios- lli.l-i. Furnaces, Foundries, factories and Stills, done as cheap as the cBeapest, jinig iy A. Kerr & Co., STORE NO. 21 CEDAR STREET NASHVILLE: DIRECT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL HAVANA Segars. Virgin'a Chewing and Smoking To. boeco, French Brandies, Jamaica Rum, UoiianiiGiu. Wincs, Cordials, Fruits. Ac Jilvl7 REMOVAL. THE Tennessee Boot and Sbo Mviu&ctorv, (better known as Hamilton's) is removed to Fogg's new buildices. No 17. South College street, a few doors ceLw Singleton's Stable, where the proprietor will ontinu to mannfacture work substantial for tbe Market. I will pay the market price in cash or trade Ior hides. inl9 Snccesairto Hamilton A culler. OYSTERS! OYSTERS I Wa have jast re ceived by Express, a supply of very fine RESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS. For sale by tho dozen or la Urge quantities. E. A A. JONNBAD. iscao it- Lcicn strest.