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5DRYGODSr INSURANCE - wg-awWi-HwH GROCERIES. GROCERIES.- DRY GOODS. wkoljbsai.etdeai.ers IN DR If . ' "0o.o i)"sV &c, . .- 35A5ar,HLE, TENN. "f7TBss0febLnzinpr ner- Marble Stcrthom;;, V Nerth side of tbePnbiic Square, a large and desir- tJbtetteekof Staple and Fanoy Dry Goods, Hats, Bonnets, Oat&rfelk, Parasols; Ac. - 'JEaving pot-b&scioor Goods under the most favorable -iloarnstanees, we- are "prepared to offer inducements to sssehanta Tinting our city, and respectfully solicit them to jiT oar.atook an examination before purchasing else- ""We would call special attention to our stock cf Ladies' Draw Good, Bonnets, Ribbons, Mantle?, 4c. ftwgjj EVANS & CO. " r' city clothing s.tor"k1 57S BPIKG AlfD 8TJ MUEB G OOP . Ms SULZBAGHEB, Merchant Tailor, vmOITPI' WDPFT. uv& - , respecVullr inform his customers and fll :. Vv.,,w1l.. U,r1fc..t lit. hex Inst tba ww DlliiBUavii'WUiPiwuwwy . j - ttliaed from NewTork with a large and elegant stock of re- SPKlvlVr AMU u.n.it." uuuuo, 4 la. now rdyto fill ell orders for Clothing cnlhe Veriest notic. and in n est and fashionable style. He fee, the largest variety of BEAO?-EADE 0L0TH1KQ, , both, for Bora and Gentleisea'i ear, ever b rough to this market, and hope the clti-ens will give hirn a call ALSO Shirts, Drawers, CraTats, Handkerchiefs, Glove. Ac Ac, which, can be had cheap and on good M- SULZBACHER, aprlR 8m b o A r Agcnt AKrtl STKOJSi 6r & CO., 0. 69 MABKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TESN CoisiHiisioii Mercliant AND MAN UFAU TURERS' AGENTS, Tog TEE SALE OF " rHac-iues, Agricultural Implements, Building Materials, Ac, &c. Tffi annexed is a list ot such articles as may always be found at their store, and at the lowest cash prices: Machines, Implements, &c. 1 rhreshlnr Machines, Horse rowers. Corn and Cob Crusa si; (L!tU Giant,) Felton'a Portable Grist Mill, StrawCut. tela. Corn Shellirs, Bedwell's Smut Machine, Childs Gi lb Separator, Well's Seed Sower. Corn Planters, Culti , iT-tert-H-rrows, Ploughs of all kinds, Churns, Meat Cut to. Scythes, Forks, Bakes, Reaping and Mowing Ma chines, Van Mills, 4c. Building Materials, Ac. Window aaan, venitun minas .narueii" .. n'f- 1 m... Aru Dr.nd nvrfliilie Cement. rJastsr Paris, Chain Pumps, Force Pumps, Garden Engines, iron Choirs, Iron Settees, Iron Safes of all sizes. l'oints, Oils, Jcc. White Lead, "White Zinc, Brown Zinc, Stone Colored 2inc,-Paintsof til colors. Patty, Whiting, Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Turpentine, Tarnishes, Mineral Paint, Glue, Paint Brushes, Rosin, Copperas, Pain' Mills, 4c. Ac. Fertilizers. Guano, and land Plaster. We keep a large stock of these articles on hand. Seeds. Clover. Timothy, Blue Grew .Herd Grass, Orchard Grass, &wVare also aeenta for Pease's Celebrated Excelsior Bail read Horse Power Threshing Machines. AYe have now an asaortment or these Machines on hand, and will furnisb them at Manufacturers' prices, transportation added. As the demand will be bejond the supply, those who are in want of them hed better buy soon. lebSl-tf ARMSTRONG & CO- 8ARDNER,SHEPHERD & GO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Shoes Hats, AND STRAW GOODS NASHVILLE, TESN. TTTg would Inform our customers and the trade geue. W roily that since the late Fire in which the building we occupied was consumed we have removed oar stock to No 42, west side ot th Square, up stairs adjoining Messrs. Allison. Anderson & Co. . Since removinr, we have received large additions to our Stock. Including a Rreat variety of Goods, suited to tho ea sonrto which we respectfully invi.e the attention of Mer- T, & W, EAK1N & GO,, NO. 48 PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TEWN. ABE RECEIVING Kecruitiag- Supplies OP DRE3S SILKS, LAWNS, JACONETS. EMBROIDERIES, AND OTHER ARTICLES REQUISITE TO KEEP UP A COMPLETE AND UNBROKEN Stock, AND TO WHICH "WE ASK PARTICU LAR ATTENTION. B&yS f e. a m'naTET & co NO. 55 COLLEGE STREET. tt AVE lust received the following; articles : H wbive Marseilles, and Brill antes, for Basques ; "Jaconet and Swiss Bands ana Flouncing3 ; Emb'd 8wiia Muslins, greit variety; Muslin Collars and Sleevts (separata and in Mts ;) Linen and Cambric do, do ao Mourning "0 , 9 Whlie, Blue and ScirUt Bor"d Dimity Quilts, new article; Laditi and Misses Lisle Thread Hose. : IS dox amall Red Bonestick Fans ; 12 ' White 12 " " Sand il Wood 12 " " Assorted " Also a laree stock of extra heavy colored and white Cot ssnfor Servants Pants ; and Plaid and Striped Osnabnrgs Sfd Dollsli" in gre-tVariety ; " Osnabur and Brown Domestics; Bleech Domestic, all idtbs and BTic. d'l!d and undressed; Cotton and Linen sheet Si Towels. Napkins, ?able Cloths, Damask, Ac, Ac. alTal the lowest posiible Pe DRbSa GOODS. AU deseriptionsof printed Bareej-.Tis.-ut3, Grenadines, P. Harris &. Co., FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALERS IN Foreign & Domestic Wines, Liquors. CIGARS, Ac. rg' THE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE. Jg icay25 tf Comer of Broad and i?ront street. .msec Siiuttok. " . 0 EWIS0 " Stratton & Bwmg , Mdccbisom to Setvoue. FASsrvo 4 Co.) WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, AND TVEALEHS IN BACON AM) LARD, COK&iOK MARKET AND CHFRClt isTKKETS, Nisaniii, Te-nx HAVUJG nold our entire interest in t,0'0";,?; mission and f orward.nK bu- mess to Mefsrs. biratton & twlnp. we recommend them to our customers and friends geuf rally, aseuericetic and correct bY.sjmen, LS ftolilltfortnemthepitroniiRe so liberally bestowed apon the retiring hrm. We will remain at the old tnd MlvZm FANNING 4 CO. . Fresh i-wrrivals r f boxes Oranues, in good condition; DVi 5 boxes Lemons; SO bassets Cnampagne Wines, assorted. 10 W-chests Green and Blackleas; 25 boxes fine hewing Tobaoco; 15 Smoking do; 40 gross Glaxed and Stone Pipes. 160 bbls Summer Ate; 1M cass Clarets, assorUd; 800 reams Wrapping Paper. 4 if pipes pine Brandy; 4asksWine; 16 caiss Fieeh Cordial; 23 " Brandy Cherries, 1000 boxes Sardines, anu 150 1 nackaces Raisins, all sizes 100 ktoss Patent Matches; 150.000 Regalia Cigars, assorted; lft'kk t-wV PrinciDee Clears. nMTrchants-Ul do well to examine ouraioc Lefbre parchasing elsewhere. v j v-- , WESSELA THOMPSON. may . .. . imiiVAL Ot- tJltOCERlES. 100 15 tewetl&dChedSngan 200 bbls Recoiled Molasses; 100 K bbls do do; 00 bags prime Rio Coflae; calfee- 76 b gs Old uov. Java and Loguyra canee, 40 bbls Mackerel; 160 boxes Star Candles; 100 boxes Mould do; .00 kegs Nails, assorted; 100 dozen Buckets; 100 boxes Tobacco, assorted brands, 50,000 Imported Regalia Cigara; 50.000 assorted brands do; 100 boxes Bar Soap; 20 bees Pepper; 20 bags Spice. Just received win a good assort. ?.f Groceries, and for sale by CHEATHAM. " ,-. . Wu....- - - lifBOHH. 250 bbls rue e jiaguou- VS.. t.vi. Nctor WblsVy: inn hbU Rosinson Co do; V) bbls Old Biurbon do; 60 bbls Old Rye j; 60 bbls Old Reserve do; 100 bbls American Brandy; 80 bbls do , . 20 bbl.F-.-Brandy. fccnEATHAJL fNASKVILLE COJIiJIEnCIAL INSURANCE CSMPAiV. CAPITAL gsUOOfOOO. (ALL PAID IN AND SECOKED.) rpHIS COMPANY being fully orzaniaed, tccordmg to X Charter, Is prepared to write Policies against LOSS ct DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings. Goods, Wares and Merchandise generally. Also, on shi pments against loss ordamageby Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation on the most favorable terms. a Life and Negro Policiesgrantedat ciUTentfatos. Orncr No. C6, corner of Square and Csdar street DIRECTORS. ALEXANDER FALL. W. T. BERRY ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES WOODa JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN, HENRY HART, Je., R, C. McNAIRY, THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREA WESLEY GREENFIELD ALEXANDER FALL, President James Waixxe, Secretary. Nashville, April 80. d w g TENNESSEE MARINE Fire insurance Cosnpany $15 0,000! OFFICE Nonh-West Corner of the Public Square over Dyer Pearl's Exchange Office, They will take risks on Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store against Loss or Damsge by Fire. Alto, Marine end River hazards: from and to all ports. ALSO Negroes ogalnet the dangers of the River. DIRECTORS. JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VAULX. JAMES CORBET,. THOMPSON ANEKSOK, G. M. FOGG, F. A. OWEN, ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS, R. H. GARDNER, N. E. ALLOWAY. W. S. EAKIN. JOSEPH VAULX, President. A. W. Bptub, Secretary. n&iw oct3 tf. Home Insiir-ance OF Middle Tens-esee- BOOKS are now open at No 85 Kirkman's coruer. and the Merchant's Bank, for subscription to the Capital Stock ofeaid Companv. NHL a BROWN, ANDREW EWING, JOHN PORTEKF1ELD, CAVE JOHNSON, S. R. ANDERSON, ieb'23 ROBT. GIBSON. POWDER THE undersigned would respectfully inform the Mer chants ot Nashville and Dealers in Powder, that they have been appointed Sole Agents at Nashville by the Man uiacturer tor DUPONT'S CELEBRATED RIFLE POWDER, TENNESSEE BLASTING POWDE .and TOY, BECKFORD & CO.'S SAFETY FDSE. And that they will keep constantly on hand large supplies oft he same, which Ihey will furnish to the Trade on liber al terms. M. A E. F. CHEATHAM, Corner College A Church sts , marl 8 Nashville. Tenn. NOTICE. I)1FLE POWDER, BRANDED "DUPONT'S t P O IV D E R" and having my name on the kegs, being offered for sale in JSashville, and neither Messrs Dnpant & Co. nor myself having sent such powder there, dealers are hereby informed that we will not be re sponsible for the quality of such powder (even when our brands are on it) except Ruch is purchased from or through Messrs. M. & E. F. CHEATHAM, the Agents of Messrs. DurwntACo. J. W. DONOHUE. Cincinnati, March 17th, 1S5C. mar22 dtf COTTON YARNS. ON and alter this day we advance the price of Cotton Yarns one cent per doien The following are our prices in quantities to the City Trade: No 4u0 12c 1 k.-S::::::::io2: wiUi r ir cent cS No 700 Sc. I All quantities under 25 Dags. Cash; All " over 25 and under 60, 60 daye; AU " over 50 bags, 4 months, lor approved notes, payable in one of the city Banks. W. U GORDON 4 CO., may 1 Agents for Tennessee Manufacturers. R. II. Grooines & Co., ro. 1?, Socni College t-T. Nashville, Tenn. RESPECTFULLY tender their thanks, to their patrons for the very liberal patronage heretoft re extended, and sol.cit a continuance of tbe Same. We continue to till all orders for Furniture at the short est notice and on reasonable terms. 135" Repairing will receive special attention. J3f Turning, Planing and SaWing Sloats. Scrolls. 4c, done to order. May 9 Sm Funeral Undertaking! NO 53 CHERRY STREET, COOPER'S BUILDINGS, NASI1VILLE. JOHN II. CURREY, Agent. T11E undersigned have engaged the services of Mr. John U Currey in the undertaking business, who flutters himself ibat from an experience of twenty years in the business, he will be able 10 give entire satisfaction. We will kesp on band a supply 01 CRANE'S PATENT METAL1C BURIAL ! CASKETS, the most beautiful and appropriate receptacle tor tne dead now in use. Itskbape and finish being suci as most Dap. pily to relieve the mmd of that glosm and horror suggest ed by the very appearance and form of the Coffins r.ereto fore used Also suiting it especially to tbe buna! of Itmalea. allowing room for disposing agreeably the drapery, and decotating with ll.wers. l'he whole person is visible through a verr superior chrystal'zed glass plaie, extending from heid to foot, of thickness warranting sirength. The material of which it is composed is such as 1 o insure great stren.'th and durability, and of a beautiful rotewcod finish. We believe the Casket to be fully adapted to tbe purpose for which it was intended, and ie:ommend it as a decided improvement in Coffins We will also furnish tne Fisk Mitalic Case toihotie who may prefer it. Abo, Wood Cof fins of every deaenptton. We are prepared to furnish good Hearses, Burial Cloths, Name Plates, Ac. Orders attended to both day and n ght wuh promptntss. Also, orders from a distance by Telegraph, Railroad and Steam boat, attended to with dispatch. W. G. D BOEUMS A CO. N. B. Persons wkhlDg to purchase county rights for the exclusive use of the celebrated Crane Me'alic Bunal Cofketa in any of the counties of Middle Tennesste, (ex cepting the ouunties of Williamson, Maury and Rutherlord, which have been told) can do so by application at our ware-rooms, No f.8 Cherry street, Cocpir's Building, or addreSBing " W. G. D. BuEHMS A CO. juneo Sm HUGHES BROTHERS AMBROfJPS. PHOTOGRAPHIC AND BAQTJERBEAN ARTISTS. 20 Union Street, Nashville. AMBROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, phm or colored in Oil, and warranted as permantnt as any other style ot Painting. Daguerrotypes, Steneoscopic, Crayon or Vignette, and every other style of Pictures taken at this establishment in the highest style of the art and warrant ed to plea6eor no hale. AMBROTYPES, Although these beautilul pictures were b.it recently in troduced bv the subscribers m this ciy, they have become so jopular'that we have, at a very great expense, secured the services of a celebrated Artist from New York to at tend to thiB branch ot tbe business exclusively. BRING ALONG THE JUVENILES. Children can, by this process, have a f tithful likencs3 taken in a few beconds and warranted perfect or no charge will be made. Bring them along and have thorn taken be fore trying elsewhere janSO WALL PAPER. L.M. GORBEY, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN WALL PAPER AND PAPER HAN0IN03 vn oc. rni.r.T'OE street , V. -, Next Door to Sewanee House, ARSiirlUe. KEEPS constantly on hand the latest and most fash ionable patterns for Parlors, Halls, Dining Rooms, &c. A large assortment of cheap Inglazed Paper, Fire Screens, indow Paper. Teasters, Ac. gf" Paper Hanging done in tbe best manner. iune80 L. M- GORBEY. REMOVAL. THURSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. 16 Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, where they will be happy to show their customers a first rate stock of Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and Blue Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimercs; Vesting, Gloves, Hosiery, Cravats, Handkerchiefs, Ac, &c. THURSTON Ar BERNARD, No. 10 Public Square. (Next door to Calhoun's.) "TTSTE now have on hand a beautiful stock of French VV and Ehglish Merinos, Plain Plaid 8nd Ambre shaded all wool DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man chester DeLaines, Plaid, Red, Yellow and Whito Flannels, all qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods, Servants' Goods of all kinds, to which we invite the atten tion of all CASH buyers, as we can give good bargains. sept23 tf NOTICE. AAL onr accounts are due on the 1st of July. We have so many to colled that some will be delirered through thePostomce; but we IuiiabI! onr fnea.ls will promptly respond, that we may make an tarlv siaii cast for Fall Stock Those indebted for '58, '54 and '55, are hereby notified that further indulgence cannot be planted. We do not wish to offend any one, but prefer that our customers shall have tie advantage in the price of Wall Paper from the cash and short crtdit system. W. W. FINN, jnlyl No 23 Public t'quare, corner of l)ecderick-8t " NOTICE. " BOOKS for subcn'ption to the Stock t ibe McGavock Land. Building and Loan Association, will beopened on and after the 5th day of May, IS O, ai ihe office of the Tennessee Marine and Fire Insurance Com., nnu at the Boolwiore of W. T. Berry A Co.. and will be kept open till Five Tnousand Shares of said Stock are subscribed for; after which the subscription will be equalised by the Com missioners. By order of the Commissioners. mayZ tt. R. If. BROGEWAY. WHOLESALE DEALER AND HANTJFACT-'EiB OF Gentlemen's Uotuing, No, 711-2, Public Square, NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. MY Stock of Gentlemen's Ready Made Clothing for the Spring and Summsr trade is now complete.embracing every variety of style and fabric to befound in the Eastern Markets. 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 all who purchase Ready Made Clothing, that they can supply themselves with a much larger variety of styles and asportment of sires, ataless price, by making their purchases direct from the Manufacturer septS-tr R H, BROCKWAY. FIRST PREJIIUxtt SEWING MACHINES, Nashville Sewing Machine Company Nos.71 1-2 EAST SIDE OP THE PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. THESE Machines are now very Justly considered to be the best in use, having the advantage of all others In the simplicity of their construction, the speed and beauty of their work, and tho great strength of their seam. Unlike any others in use, they form a Beam with two continuous threads from ordinary spools of cotton, silk or linen makings knot t every stitch which prevents the work from ripping under nycirenrastances whatever. Ihe first and highest premiums have been awarded to these Machii.es at all the leading Fairs throughout this country and Europe, and the Inventor now rejoices In the more sub stantial reward of the largest patronage ever bestowed upon anv Sewing Machine in huropo or America. they are of the highest finish, and of every variety of size ar.dstjle, and adapted to all the wants of tho Sewing com munity. They are all secured exclusively to the proprietors by let ters patout, and arn free from all lepal controversy. Great pain 9 has been taken to adapt these Machlhes to Plantation sewing, and the j are now so simple, durable and easilyrun and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond competition for tcis work or for the manufacture of heavy or light bags, for Corn or Wheat, no machinery has ever been invemed to surpass them any person after one hours practice can make from 400 to TOO corn sacks per day en one machine. These machines arn also equally well adapted to tbe manufacture of all kinds of clothing, coarse or nne,as well as general sewing, quitting, stitching, Ac. These ma. chines are so arranged as to make the stitch any length de sired, and to sew with ease any and every seam In any gar ment, and the durability, regularity aud beauty of finish, cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most skiUfdl i.atfd-. We shall at all times keep on band a nil assortment of these machines, and most respectfully Invite the public gen erally to call and see them In use, and give them a careful examination and bo satisfied that the half has uotyetbon told . deegg tf A. Kerr & Co., STORE NO 21 CEDAR STREET XASliriLLE: DIRECT IMPORTERS OF THE REAL HAVANA Segars, Virgin'a Chewing and Smoking To. bacco, French Brandies, Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin Wines, Cordials. Fruits. Ac iuly!7 B. O'KANE, PRODUCE AND C0HMISSION MERCHANT, AND DEALER IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC LIQUORS, outh-Ea3t corner of Church and College StreeU. Nashville, Tennessee. &sh for all kinds of "jrodLucc. WJ1EAT. RybaCO.Y, FEATHERS, BEESWAX, WOOL, Ac. Ac , by R. O'KANE, jan3'56 S. E Corner College and Church sts. ON E II UNDRKD TONS PITTSBURG IRON, well assorted, now in store and lor sale low for cash by jan3 fl tt. u iAnr- NEW ALE rrv BBLS received and for sale low by OU janl R. O'KANE. "11DER VINEGAR exprepsly for family use. For sale ij br, jan3'66 R. O'KANE. 100,000 Pounds Well Dried BACON WANTED FOR CASlI, lAiilF.DIAlEI.yhj marl9 tf R. O'KANE. iondon Lady Potatoes. lAfi BUSHELS received and for sale by 1UU apio R. O'KANE. VCdUfiUiwOfit .uaaai GENUINE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitable for Mpdical nnrnnsps. for sali bv A apt LATEST STYLES FANCY GOODS. TTTE HAVE RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF VV NEW STYLES. FANCY FRENCH CASS1MERES, FANCY PLUSH VELVET, AND RICH SILK VEST1NGS, FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR, which we are prepared to make up to order in tbe latest st i i.iia. The inspection of our customers and the public is soli cited. ui.iiToa a ABiiuii, sepl tf. No. 15, Cedar street. LIBERTY AND SLAVERY A NEW ROOK, BY ALBERT T. BLEDSOE, L. L. D., Professor of Mathematics in the University of Virginia. C0SIIN13. Chap. 1. The Nature of Civil Liberty. Chap. 2. Tho Arguments and Positionsof Abolitionists Chap. 0. The Argument from the Scriptures. Chap. 4. The Argument from the Public Good. Chap 5. Tho Fugitive Slave Law. The above work is lor sale by apr2 CHARLES W8MrrH. Land warrants. T WISH to purchase FIVE THOUSAND ACRES of I - ..... ... . . . . . - n. . . .. .L. .nil r I r.i 1 liAaii W Alltiftivio Deiore me luuiui iuay,at nuicu time I expect to leave on my trip to the Western Land Offices, for the purpose of selecting and locating. Give me a call before selling your Warrants elsewhere. ap2C No 39, Cherry street. J. C M!CH01L.SON & Co., NO. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE, Wish lo civs notice to the Public generally that their SPRING STO ,K OF Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Is now complete, which, for beauty, eheapness and dura bility, cannot be surpassed In this City. OUR stock of Dress Uoods consists of Silks, Bareges and 'f ls-.ues, plain and figured Muslins, Jaconets and Ginghams, of every kind and quality; Laces and Embroid eries of every description; Mantles, Ribbons, Parasols, Um brellas and Fans, to suit all customers. In White Goods, our stock is very complete. Our stock of Linen Goods is in fine order. Damasks, Sheetings, Tow els, Dei-ert Napkins, Irih Linen, &c. WINDOW CURTAINS OF ALL KIRDS. Cloths, CasMmerts, Linen and Colton Goods lor Men and Boys. Domestics, Sheetings, Drillings, Tickings, and Ser vants' goods. We have a Ho 1 stock of Hosiery for men, women and children In a word, every thing usually kept in a dry goods house;, all of which we will sell low. Our motto is small profits and quick sales. People in trading with us need have no fears of buying old goods, as we opened with an entire new stock last Fall, not having had any old spring goods when this stock was purchased. We take great pleasure in showing our goods to all who may favor us with a call. apSO tf I. C. NICHOLSON & CO. WHOLES ALE.GROCER , COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, ' DXALXS IS BRAN DIE?, WINES.CIGARS, AC. Comer of Spring end College Streets, NASHVlJt, TSNNKSSIS. GROCERIES. HHDS. prime to choice Sugar; 100 bbU D. R. Crushed do; 25 " " rowered do; 20 bxs Loaf do; ,100 bis Reboiled Molassta. 100 half bbls do do; 200 bsgs prime Rio Coffee; 100 " Loguyra do; 40 old Java Coffee; 0 bbls and half bbls Mackerel; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do; 20 bags Pepper; , 20 do Spice; -0 do Ginger; 25 bags S S Almonds; 10 do FiUberts: 10 do English Walnuts; 100 nhole. half and quarter bxa Raisins; 20 cases Sardines ; 200 whole, half and quarter boxej Star Candles; 200 boxes Glassware: 200 boxes Virginia Tobacco; 1000 kegs Naild, Brads and Spikes assorted; 250 bbls Cincinnati Rectified Whisky; 0 " Old Bourbea do; 50 " " Mononghahala do; 25 " " Rye do; 60 "American Brandy; 10 " N. E. Rum. Also & large Stock of fine Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Ao. Just received and for pale by JO. EDWARDS, may 11, Wholesale and Hetail Confectioners, NO. 45 UNION STREET. TXAVE on hand a very choice assortment of Candies oT J tui S.IUU3. v.ttfcC3, limv rnrwTCS, jriuwico, y.uup( &ardines,Brandy Fruits, Pie Fruits, Pine Apples, Oranges, Apples, and every wing oi tne xisa nsnauy xept in in fectionaries. They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Aix, Ciflins and tobacco, oi tne very nest cranas Their Bakery is one of the best in the Wostera country; and they are prepared to famish fresh Light Bread and Crackers ot tne Dest quality at tne lowest prices. PARTIES, WEDDINGS, BALLS, &c.. Furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cakes, Confoctionanes. Ac. Ac. in the highest style of the art. Mr. Longhurst, who has charge of the Manufacturing Department, nas received several Diplomas in aew lort, for the best articles in his line, exhibited at State Fairs, and is oneot tne most skilltul uontectioiers in tne coun try. d28. H. B MORRIS. 1 W B. MATTHEWS MORRIS & MATTHEWS, VV HOLES A E L GROCERS AND Commission Merchants, DEALERS IN FIOUR, BACON. LARD, FEATHERS, BEESWAX, &U , Nos. 13 and 15 Market Street, Nashville, mar27 TENNESSEE SELF-VENTILATING REKRIGEKATOltS I FRUIT PRESERVERS I .1". DOYLE & CO., NO. 4S FRONT STREET. TTAVING become Proprietors r.f the Patent for this t1 qi.i. ri!,iiiimt p' nirr.rPD s ri'ii pr.r vw- n um'v us. vyiiit a .w.j 4wf liuuainn jl iaj uuij l irfi TILATING. MEAT,- PROVISION, AND FRUIT PRE SERVER, now offer them to the Nashville Dub.ic This article is bound to sutercede evervthin? of the kind in use. its great advantages beine too strongly apparent to be doubted. By means of the veutilation, the preserving chamber is warranted to be always dry and entirely tree from mould, must or impure flavor, with a current of cold dry air passing through it continually all accomplished witn tne usual quantity oi ice. Every house keeper should give this article a trial, and no one win consent to oe without it. We have different sizes to suit our customers. aplO tf J. DOYLE A CO. 8. 8. SOTLI, New York. VHED'K COCLK. Cincinnati BOYLE & CO., IMPORTERS Or FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES, BONDED WAREHOUSE, No 4, Comiubcial Stsket. Distillers ot Alcohol Cologne and Meutial Spirits, and all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. AUo dealera in Old Bourborn, Rye and Monofcgabela Whiskies. Nog 55, 57 and 59 Second Street, CINCINNATI, OHIO. LIQUORS AND WINES IN UNITED STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. Through our Mr S S Boyle.of N. Y'ork city, we have made ex ensive ar rangements tor the the importation of Foreign Liquors and Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which we invite tbe attention of the trade. Our facilities are such as to enable us to sell at low prices. BOYLE A CO, t.ur29 - ly Nos 55, 57 and 59 Second St., Cin, O. Tages t ock OF Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc.; etc B. L. SIMPSON, (IMPORTER, ) 'AS tbe pleasure of offering to tho Trade the largest and most complete oiock in uia uue ever in lennes- see. My purpose is not to blow many gentlemen have look ed into my cellars, and pronounce them the finest they have seen. To verify Vrhich, I most respectfully invite all deal ers visiting the city to examine the stock, which will be found to embrace every article aud quility kept by the largest dealers in the North and Ea9t. My stock ig made up of the following popular brands: BRANDIES. CHAMPAIGN COGNAC "CROWN," SAZERAC De FORGE, P. U. GODARD, PINET CAITILSON A CO, RASTcAU CUARKUYEK, UNITED PROPRIETORS' VINEYARD, PELLEVOIS1N, UENNESSY, E GEANTY, OTARD, DUPUY A CO. (-annu.vtntag,) MAGLORY, J. J. DUPUY, HOCUELLE, LOZACK A CO. WINES. CLARET, iu casks and boxes. St. Julien, St. Estephe, Ch.ieaux Margeaux, etc, PORT WINES. Durand Crown, . Burgundy Port, Port of Juice of Grape in boxes. CHAMPAIGNES. Charles Heidsick (direct importations,) Crown Brand , Ver7enay, Lion Brand. Double Lion, Flag and Star Brands; MADEIRA WINES, different Old BrandB SHERRY WINE. TENNERIFFE WINE, MALAGA WINE, AMONT1LADO WINE. HOLLAND GIN. IN PIPES AND CASKS. SWAN BRAND, ENGINE BRAND, ANi UOR do, FLOWER do, COMET do Old HOLLAND do. SCHIEDAM BRAND. Supenr r Quality. RUM. JAMAICA RUM, OLD do. do.,Superior Quality, ST. CROIX do. OLD SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY. BT TBS PUNCHEON AND KKQ. SUNDRIES. BRANDY CHERRIES, EXTRACT d' ABSYNTH. BITTERS, different brandx, - CORDIALS Assorted, CURACAO, Etc, Etc 1 am constantly leceiving new additions to my stock and am prepared to fill orders for tbe foregoing to any extent. I am also offering tbe Genuine Schiedam, Aromatic Schnapps, (for which I have a patent) and can fill orders for from one case to two thousand cases, either Quarts or Pints, at tbe shortest notice. To prompt customers, a liberal credit will be extended, or a liberaldiscount for cash will be made. B. L. SIMPSON, No. 42, Public Sqnare, May 1 ly. Gnnmission Ilome of B. i" Shitldi. ItO HUMBUG. THE undersigned have purchased the Patent right tfC. H. Wiujaks' DOUBLE ACTING BALL VALVE Force and JLift Pimap, For the States of Tennesse, North Carolina, South Caroli. no, Georgia, i'Jorida, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana. We have tested the Pump in all its recommended uses for ordinary purposes in wells, and as lire engines; and hesi tate not to say that it is superior to any pun p now in use. It is simple and plain in ns construction; can be taken to pieces or put together by any ordinary man, black or white, in half a minute. There is not a screw or boltabcut the pump; there Is the least imaginable friction hence i(s durability. It is almost impossible for it to get out of fix by usage. When used forawell or cistern it C3n be converted into a Fire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can Lb thrown over tha tallest houses in tbe country. It is invalu able asa Fire Engine, and especially in the country and country towns. It is equally well adopted to all machinery. Railroad Tanks, Ac , and will, when known, supersede all other pumps. It can be used for either hot or cold water. Having fully satisfied ourselves as to the capacity, value and utility ot the pump, we are ready to make sales of the above territory by counties or States (except the Western District of this State, which has been sold.) We confident ly recommend the Pump to the citizens of the Slates men tioned The Primps are cheap, and therefore within tbe reach of every family. tBT Address PORTER A BRIEN. Nashville, Tenn. w REES W. PORTER, apr25-tf JOHN S. BR1HN TRUST SALE. TTY virtue of a deed of trust, executed by Will T. Seay, in tho Register's office of Davidson County, I shall on Nashville, expose at public sale for cash, the House and 1 : : j J J -.! in Qhttlhv'a nririitinn iju. uipnuuoeu lusaiu uceu, rii.."."-'- j to Edg. field, fronting on Watson street 40 feet andrunmng back 19. feet, to 16 foo'alley. The right of redemption is set aside. Sale at 12 o'clock. je.$ td JAiito Touiii. T. t Btmas. a. e. iiuw. 3UEGE & ALLEN, Successors to T. O. Surae & Oo.. Wholesale Grocers, FcTw-ardinir aad' CcamlJsisa MAUUVUmi ft o , . And Tierilrrrin --.Wj W'VMIw, 4VVUVW, WW CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRING STREETS, nasaTtue, Tenn' WE are just in receipt of the following Groceries: 200 hhds prime to choice Sugar; 150 barrels reboiled Molasses; . 100 X do do 200 Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar; 600 bags Rio Coflee; 25 bags Old Gov. Java Coffee; 60 bsgeLaguyra do 75 barrels Mackerel, Nos. 2 and 8; 50 barrels do do do 75 boxes Scotch Herring; 8 Tierces Figs; 100 boxes Raisins, assorted ; 150 Painted Buckets; 25 Nests Tubs; 160 box Tobacco, assorted brands, 200,000 assorted brands of Cigars; 600 tegs of Nails; 800 Demijohns; 500 gro. Matches; 25 bags S S Almond; 25 bags Pepper; 20 bagj Spice; 8 calks Dutch Madder; . 5 Ceroons best Indigo; 25 boxes fine Starch; 56 do bar Soap; 100 do Star Candles; 60 do Tallow Candies; 100 do Cbeese assorted kinds; LIQUORS. f00 barrels Pike and Wiltshire Whisky; 0 barrels Robertson county do 100 barrels Rye. Bouibon end Smith Reserve Whisky. nitu . u.iw wvwa. uiuuuig uca, w.u, u.b, to gether with a supply of Longworth's Native Catawbv Brandy and Sparkling Wine. marll. 5t. BURGE A ALLEN. k. ixoss. I l. ltoss. IwYOitfS & Co., IHPOEIKE5 OF ASD DCXLEBS IX Havana Cigars, Tobacco AXO US. KDTDS Or Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 CEDAR St., NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. VISRY LATEST. THE undersigned are constantly receiving large addi tions to tbeir already extensive Stock of HAVANA CIGARS. WINES. LIQUORS. TOBACCO. Ac. And they are thereby enabled to offer a full and complete assortmeat-of Goods in their line, and to hold forth such inducements to dealers as cannot tail to satisfy all Amcnfsi our stock we have a splendid assortment of imported Bran dies, onerry, i on, madeira, n ms.y, and au ouer liquors, andthe best variety of Havana Cigars, Tobaccc, Snuff, Ac, we nave ever onerea. loan oi wnicn we respecttully in vite tbe inspection of Country dealers and Merchants gen erally. LYONS A CO., ap26 19 Cedar St. OUART LAW. WE have now on hand a large assortment of Bottled Liquors, con isting of Old French Brandy, Cherry, wackoerry, ana uinger jiranay, aisueira, ron, ana aner ry Wines. Scheidam Schnapps, Aromatic Sap, Mills' Bit ters. Cordials, Ac , Ac, for s Je at reduced prices by LYONS A CO, ep2C 19 Cedar St SMOKING TOBACCO. A LARGE variety of Tobacco in papers, barrels and boxes. Just received a shipment of the celebrated Pocahontas looacco, ursaie wholesale and retail by LYONS A CO, p2C 19 Cedar St. Q UNUR1ES. We have amongst our stock a splendid O variety of Fancy Goods, such as Merchaum Pipes. Stems, Liqinr Flasks, a beautiful and new lot of Walking Lanes, acotcn, ilaccaboy and itappee snutts, Cigar Cases, Snuff Boxes, Patent Lighters, Wax Matches, and a large assortment oi other articles, tor sale very low ov LYONS A CO, BAR NOTICE. ALL those gentlemen indebted to us for Bar accounts, will oblige us bv fettling the same before the 1st day of June next, or if not paid by that time, they will be placed in tbe hands of a collector, and we would farther state that after the above time, we shall posi'ively open no more Bar accounts, as we must collect our old ones first. Walk up gentlemen, and settle. aprSO LYONS A CO, 19 Cedar st. Fresh Arrivals OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint A pint Flask 85 bbls Pow'd Loaf Sugar; 200 Demijohns, assorted; 50 bag Lag. Coⅇ 225 bags Rio Coffee; 75 bxs A y, big Star Can- 75 bbls Molasses; dies: 75K " do; 25 bxs Sterine and Tallow 50 bxs spie'd and fresh Oys- Candles; ters; 40 bxs. Langhorn A Armis-10 bxs Ana Rice, very fine; tead's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco; 75 bxs prime Western Re- 25 bbls No 2 A 8 Mackerel; servo Cheese; 50 kits; 75 casks English Soda. 50 bxs Soap; 50 Raisins, 251"" do; 100 kegs pure White Lead; 25 bxs Ink; 20 bagsGing.-r; 75 dox. Painted Buckets; 1 cask Madder; 7 bbls Alum; 10 bags Allspice; 200,000 Havana Cigars, Ya- rious Brands f.0,000 Melee do; 1,000 bags assorted Shot, 1,500 lbs Bar Lead; 150,000 G.D.Per'n Caps; 8 cases Indigo; 10 bbls Brimstone; 10 bbls Crackers; 25 bags Pepper; 50 coils cottou Cord; 100 ' Cotton Yarns; 20 " iiemp do; 50 bxs SX10 A 1 0X12 Glass; 50 bxs gal A K gal bottles: 50 bxs quart i lasts; IRONS AND CASTINGS. 100 tons Rol'd Iron, war'ted; 25 tonsass'd Castings; 80 " Bell's Ham'd Iron, 60 sets assorted Axes: 800 ham'd Plough M'lds; 500 " Wagon Boxes; 400o lbs. A. B. Steel; buou ids. oast sieei; 190 " Crawley Steel; 2500 1500 E. B. Steel. SpringSteeL LIQUORS. (IMPORTED,) 10 baskets Champagne Win; 10 bbls. Old fort wine; 2 casks Sherry do. 15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine; 2 casks A. Signette Brandy; 1 pipe cure Holland Gin, Eagle brands; 1 puncbeen pure Irish Whisky; LIQUORS, (AMERICAN.) COO bbl3 Whisky, Ohio, various brands, 100 Pike's MonoDgahela. do; 95 50 10 40 Smith's Reserve, Monongahela Rye; do; do; Um; Brandy; Old Monongahela Whiskey, very tine; Ale. Schultzand Walker's brands; 25 All of theabove will be sold very low atonrold stand. corner oi ttroad anu uoiiege streets, py ianl2 M'CRKA A TERRASS, JOHN S. UAET. nEXBT HAST, JB, B. W MACBAX, JB. 11AIU , lUAUUAZ. I.U., WHOLESALE GROCERS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ' M I Q lnnll, L1aptattlflt TtfnsVwtlT -.n . HUB i UUU J .JVUlu .1.. l LV' ...i,, acuu WE have just received and have in store a portion of our stock, consisting in part of the following articles, 164 Mirla f.ir tn rhnirfl Npw 1600hnXftsSardir.ri OrleanR Sugar 10 cases Sherry Wines; 64 boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce- Kice; 100 boxes and bbls 1'owdr'd 10O nests Market Boskets; Crushed and Loafrfu- 50 boxef -mokd Hams, gar, 25 nesia 'untedTubs; lliS bbls Molasses; 100 dozen minted Buckets; 100 H bbls do; COO kegs Nails, ass'd Biles; 200 bags Coffee; 100,000 fiue'Jigars; 800 packages Mackei 100 boxes Tobacco, various WW U6g. UM' 25 crils Mannilla lwj i5 cans Fresh Cove Oysters 25 casks Malaga in j, -J coxes assorted tfcues; 5 casks Sherry Wine; ?) boxes ass'd Pie Fruits; 150 packages MR Raish , A C4Kos be3t Indigo; 20 trails L L Almonds; loo boxe2 Star Candles. 200 assorted Demijohns; Together with Pepper, Spice, Snrt. Ac. An. ;anS!9 KART MACRAE CO. JUST RECVrVED AND FOR KALE BY RUSSELL, SCOTT oc CO 400 bags pnme Baltimore Coflee; 500 kegs Nails, assorted brands; 150 packages Star Candles; 50 packages Opal Candlej; 75 packages Summer Mould Candles; 75 boxes Bar Soap; 100,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands; 50 boxes Tobacco, all grades; SO packages Tea, very fine; 35 casks Sods; 5 cases Matches; 60 dozen Painted Backets; 10 nests Painted Tubs; 800 reins Wrapping Paper; 150 boxes Glassware; 25 bbla Smith's Summer Ale; 100 bbls Rectified Whisky; 50 bbls Bourbon and Rye Whisky; 60 bbls Old Reterved Whisky; 25 bbls Brandy, Gin and Rum; 20 bbls Port and Malaga Wine, With all other artielea usually kept in our line of buBi- anrQR ness. -i i.'rpf.wii a iriMV a l.s. QWf PACKAGES STAR CANDLES; O - 2S boxes Summer do, hard pressed; 43 do No. i Soap; 21 do Fi mSy do, Bmall boxes. Jest received anu .ur sale low, by aP25 JOYNT. BYRNE A NOLEN. .. th.iiitl DllVVIi'ltVKS. Ar. nci ruuiii i, 7 ft . I f BOXES Pie Fruits, Pre.ems, Brandy Peaches, at 4:U sups, Pepper Sauce and Pickles. Just received and for sale by Ep25 JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN. JLIQUuBS, NAILS, die. OO BBLS Old Bourbon and Kye Whisty: JO 26 bbls Old Reserve and Monongahala Whisky; OOdo Wilshire's Extra Whisky; 47 do Pike's Magnolia do; 84 do Sparke's Pme Apple do; 93 kegs Wheeling Nails. Jnst received and for sale by jnsi recei. JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEN, ap25 no. 12 Broadway. "CITX PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT Al I LID UUIilCl Ul SPRING AND MARKET STREETS. H. A. COOPER WOULD tender bis services to the citizens of Nash ville in the above business and is now prepared loput up in the most satisfactory mannerShower, Hot and Cold Batns, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes or.ll descriptions. Hydrants will be put up and repaired la any part or tb. city promptly and in a workmanlike manner at the lojref terms, janlS ly 8-m HQLLMGSWORTH, - WHOLESALtT lHSAliISK IS NAILS, Iron, I Heavy Hardware, COLLEGE STREET,. CUKi-K Oi' CHURCH, Nashnlle, Tena. AO"MT rOH T31 SOCTHiaNIROX AND NAIL TACTOST, PADCCAH. THE Southern Iron Works use metal from the Tennes see Furnaces exclusively and are enabled to make a superior article of'Nails, Charcoal and Puddled Iron, which I will keep a large stock of ot all times, and will furnish the trade at tba PIttsourg prices, with freight dded. S. N. HOLLIN G3W0RTH, junelS Corner Colleg and Church sis. NAILS I NAILS t -i ffr KEGS assorted sizes, just received and iUUU for sale to the trade t Pittsburg prices, witn freight added. S. N H0LLING3W0RTH, Junel2 North East corner Church and Collfge sts. IRON, IRON, -j (f TONS Puddled Iron from Tennessee metal, XJJ of all sizes and shapes, for sale in lots and at prices to suit purchasers. S N HOLLINGSWORTH, junelS. Corner College and Church streets TO MECHANICS. I AM just receiving a large lot of superior Boiler and Sheet Iron of the varisns Nos, which nill be furnished In lots at greatly reduced prices. S. N. HOLLINGSWORTH, junelS Sm Corner Church and College streets. E. 2t. SSYDER. I H W. rEIZZELL NEW BOOT AND SHOE USTABLISHMSHT. Snyder & Frizz ell. ARE now receiving and opening at No 67 College St, (next door to R. O. M'Nairy A Cd) a fine and well selected assortment of Boots jnd Shoes, manufactured ex pressly for the retail trade. To which they respectfully invite the attention of their friends, and all who wish to purchase goods in their line. Their stock com prises Ladies' heel Gaiters, very superior, do do Boots, extra fine; do do Slippers, entirely new; do Confireas) Gaiters; do White Kid and Satin Slippers; do do do do Gaiters; do English Glove Kid Boots; Gent's Super Calf Sew'd Boots; do do FezM Boots; do 8uper Patent Leather Opera Boots; do Patent Leather Shoes, of every description; do Congress Gaiters; do Calf Shoes, great Tariety; do Oxford Ties: And every other description for Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear. ALSO, a complete as so rtrnant of Misses' Boys and Chil Boots. Shoes and Gaiters. A good stock of heavy Brogans for Negroes, all of which mr onerea as low pnr-M nir Misses' Shoes. SNYDER & FR1ZZBLL, HAVE on hand a fine assortment of Misses' Lasting Gaiters, with heels; " Fine Kid Boots, ' ' " " thick and thin sole; " " Lasting Caiters, (blue, black and tan colors.) ALSO, Children's shoes in abundance. Call at No. 20 Public Square. SNYDER A FRIZZ ELL. maylO - LADIES' FINE SHOES. Snyder & Frizze!!, HAVE on band a very fine asjortment of Ladies' Lasting Gaiters, with md without heels; Ladies Fine Kid Boots, " " " Ladies' " " Slippers, - - Ladies' " French Leather front 1-ace Gaiters, (something new;) Ladies Lasting Congress Gaiters; Ladies' Fine White Kid and Satin Slippers. All of which are offered at low prices for Cash, at Ns. 20 Public Square. maylO SNYDER A FRIZZELL. COTTON YARNS. A FULL stock cf Cotton Yarns from the Vale Milts, Sparta, Sycamore, Mt. Vero, Laurel Hill, Central and Eagle Factories, in store and for sale by may&O W. U. GORDON A CO. SUGAR 250 hhds Common and Prime Louisiana Su gar, in store and lor sale by may30 W. H. GORDON A CO. COFFEE 900 bagi Fair and Prime Kio Coffee, in store and for sale by niayZO W. H. GORDON A CO. CRUSHED SUGAR 100 bbU New York "A" Crushed Sugar, for sale by maj30 W. H. GORDON A CO. RICE 10 tierces freth Carolina Rice, tor sale by W. H. GORDON A CO. w HISKY 50 bbls Kobertson county Whuky. 100 " Dean a Aurora 50 " Old Bourbon " For sale by W. II. GORDON A CO. N AILS 1,000 kegs Shoenberger"a Nails, all siaes for sale by w. u. uokuu i -uu WRAPPING PAPER-l.OuO bundles single crown, medium and double crown, for sale by maySO W. H. GORDON a CO. GUNNY BAGS. Qftll BALES Gunny Bags, 2tJ and 4 bushels; OUU 100 ' Osnaburg " " For sale by maySO W. H. GORDON A CO. OSNAHURGS. f A A BALES 4-4 Alisonia Osnaburgs; 1UU 50 " 4-4 Franklin " 50 " " " 50 ' Georgia " For sale by W. U. GORDON A CO. mat 80 SHEETLGS. 2;; BALES 4-4 Laurel Dili Sheetings; O 10 4-4 Glen Mills " 25 " 4-4 Sparta Now in store and receiving daily, and for sate by may80 W.H. GORDON ACQ. FLOUR From tbe Lebanon Mills, Goodletlsrille do , Manchester da. Star do and Spencer's do. In store and for sale to the trde only, by maySo W. H. GORDON A CO. TO HIRE. A number one BOY, suitable, for a bouse servant. Enquire at this otlice. junell tf P. P. PECK, IS manfacturing a superior quality of BUGGIES, which he guranties to be No. 1 in every particular, and has also made arrargemenU for repairing all kinds of fine work iu the neatest possible manner may26 ORN MEAL Freh and good, on hand alt tbe time and forsale low for cash at J. M. HAWKINS, may 15 Agent. WHITE WINE VINEGAR. A superb article, for Pickles and Table use, ju3t received and for Bale by J. M. HAWKINS, Agent, may!5 Odd Fellows' Uall. THAT LEBANON FLOUR. Alwajs on hand tbe finest article manufactured in the United Slater, and for sale low for cash by J. M. HAWKINS, mavis Agent, OddFellowa' Uall. GOLDEN SYRUP. I have just received a splen did article of Golden Syrup from St. Louis, and for sale low for cash at J. M. UAWK1N&, maylS Agent, Odd Fellew.' Hall. Notice. THE partnership heretofore eiisting between FELTS A HASLAM is this day, by mutual consent, dissolved, and Samuel Uaslam hereby assumes the payment of all debts against said partnership concern, and is to finish all contracts and collect and have nil debts due tbe said firm ofHaalamAFelts. SAMUEL HASLAM, feblO y J W FELTS. NASHVILLE STEAM STONE SAW WORKS. Walnut Grove, JEFFERSON STREET. SAMUEL HASLAM, having made important additions to his machinery, and greatly increased his facilities for manufacturing Stone of every description, is equal in point ef finish and durability tc any made in the city, and at as low prices, and giving his personal attention to tbe setting of thewa-k, he feels confident that he cm give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders, such as Setting Stone Front to Houses, to Sill, to Fencing to Steps, to String Cornice, to Large Landing, lo Saw Flagging, to Bush Hammered Flagging, to Curbing, to Cuning. to Chimney Top, aud all the branches of Stone nuttin?. for cash. SAMUEL HASLAM. WISH to hire stx'negroea for tbe balance of the year. ma?28 ly aiaiu'ii liaatiAji. NEW HOTEL. AT a called meeting of tbe Commissioners appointed by tbe Legislature, under an act passed the 23d of Jan. 1856, incorporating tbeliasbville liottl Company.it was resolved that Books be opened on Monday, the 21st inst, at Berry's Book Store and at tbe St Cloud Hotel, and that W. T. Berry and D. T. Scott be authorized to keep said Books open and it solicit Stocks until a sufficient amount is subscribed to organize the Company under the charter. R- HOUSTON, Wil.lt. UOOrtK, W.T. BERRY, D.T.SCOTT. R.C. FOSTER, sprlS tf Commissioners. TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD. ON and after Sunday, June 1st; 1S56, Trains will run as follows: um mi uuiu. Mail and Pass. Freight and Pass. I jam NhTill at 6 45. A. M. 3.45, P. . Arrive at Thompson's 8.15. " C-80, " UU1.1U Leave Thompson's at 8 45, a sr. S-?5.. r. - Arrive at Nashville 10.25" 7-1 5 ' The Stages of Carter, Thomas A Hough connect with Vie IPSFPZ?. 7W. Jackson. xnrougu iiih """' "A ttT.H n hrnl TUwCumwa, riorence, uoiumow, - - -cured at the General Stage Office df'nfdah Ho" SUMMER HEAUinw. VObsTUGBT BEADING, Bound in Cott, at gl Dryolum, fertale by , ' CHARLta W. SMITH. 300 jnntxs THOMPSON & CO., NO. .SI, PUBLIC SQUARE. ARE now prepared to offer to theu-esstosiers nod the tmblie generally, the largest, richest and best as sorted Stocks of Spnmr ana tmmnar Dry 0ood.s ever offered before. The wishing to bay would do well to give us a call. We take great pieasui e in snowing car Goods. SILKS. Our assortment is cow complete, consisting in part of Rich Flounced Silks, ail qualitus. do Siripe do co do Peaid do do do Check do do Plain Silks, all colon and qualities. Also, alxrg. lot ot Evening Silks. Wedding Dres3es, in great Tariery, with all the Paraphenalia complete. r BAREGES AND MUSLINS. The Ladies will find in our Block of Bareges sad Moaiiaa just tba things they want. Splendid counced Bareges, oUqaalltUs Grenadines, do do Figured Bereges, do do do Grenadines. do do Emb. flounced Grenadine, Empress Eugenia; Plain and figured Bereges all kinds. RICH FLOUNCED ORGANIC MUSLINS, do French jo co Jaconet, do Cheap Muslins in great Tariety from ISitf cents per yard np. EMBROIDERIES AND JUICES. We bare an unusual huge assortment of Embroider!-, sad Laces. Fine Embroidered Muslin Bodies, high seek do do do do low do do do do Capes, do do do Skirts, do do H'dtfs. This lot Is just half priest Rich Jaconet Collars and Sleeves, do do do Swiss do do do do do Linen Cambric; Breakfast Collars and Sleeves; Embroidered Striss Collars, great job; do Jaconet do Ladies' retiring Rebes; " Envelopes, trim'd. CHILDRENa ERBROIDERED BODIES; do do Robes; do White and Fancy dresses; Jaconet and Swiss Edgings ana Inserting!; Nainsook and Mu'l do do "great job" Linen Cambric, do do do Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing; Nainsook and Mull, do Infants embroidered and Lace trin'd O&CJ. LACES. Very rich and fine Point Lace Setts: do do do VaL do do do do do Houiton, do do do do Moslin Lace trim'd; do do do Houitore Capes; . do do do Point Lace; do do do VaI, do do do do do do do Lore knot Oapts; do do do Mnslin Lac trim'd do do do Vol Lace Berthes Sleeves to match Splendid VaI Lace Collars; " Honiton do " RealPointLace,do "Job" Maltese do do ' Muslin Lace trim'd do VaL Lace Edging and Insertion; Piatt do do do English thread.do do Guiprue Laee for Dress Trimming t, sx"jtiru .haix ax.es. Embroidered Muslin Mantles; do do Scarfs, Job; Rich hand wrought Lace Mantles; do Cbantilla do do do Emb. White Silk, du do do Black do do do do col d do do Plain Sill and Light Fabric Mantles, all kinds. LINENS, LINENS, LINENS. We have new on hand several celebrated brands Irish Linen of very superior quality, which we are determined to sell by the piece or halt piece, st prices greatly under the usual rates. Also, 8-4, 10-4, 124, Linen Sheetings, all qualities; Piltow Linen, all widths; Rici Tab e Damask, by the yard; do Damask Table Cloths, all sizes; do do Napkins; Doyles, all kind; Turkey Red Table Covers; Napkins to match; Bird-Eve 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 MusLn, very desirable. Ticking, Bleached and Brown Domestics. MENS AND BOYS LINEN GOODS; " " Cassimeres and Tweeds; " Marseille. Vesting. DrapDTe Summer Cloths and Fine French Cloths of all all kinds. CARPETS. In our assortment of Carpets will be found every thing desirable. We intend to keep onr Stoex up during the entire season, receiving every thing new that comes out, direct from Manufacturers bands, and intend to sell ts? m at such prices as will make them go off livsly. HANDSOME VELVET CARPETS; do Real BruaseU do do Tapestry do do Extra Three Ply English Carpets; " " American do 100 Ply Carpets all patterns and prices. Also, a large lot of Cheap Carpets. Fine Mosaic Rugs; Velvet Rugs; Tuffed Rug. Parlor and Door Matts. all kinds. CURTAINS. RICH CRIMiON AND BROWN DAMASK, do Green and Gold do do Crimson and do do do Blue do do do with a variety of other colors. Also alarge assortment of German Damask Cornice and Trimmings to match. Rich Applique Lace Curtains! " TumborU do do " Emb. Mail in do Also, Lace and Muslin Curtain Goods, by the yard marll f oj THOMPSON A CO. THE SHORTEST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE EASTERN CITIES FROM ALL POINTS SOUTH AND WES T. Central Ohio AND Baltimore and Ohio RAILROADS, RUNN INO TIME BETWEEN COLUMBUS, OHIO, A3D BALTIMORE, 23 HOURS! BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH 1 THE ONLY ROUTE by which through tickets to Wash ingion can be procured, to which point as well as to Baltimore, it is the shortest, most direct and in every re spect tbe most reliable route. It is tbe only route by wblch purchasers of Through Tickets to New Y'ork are enabled to reach tbe cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and New York, at the cost of a Ticket to New York only, thus en abling Business ilea and Travelers lor pleasure or infor mation to visit fur of the principal cities in the Union lor less cost than can be afforoed by any mher roote. And it is the only rout e by which Through Tickjta can be had to Richmond. Norfohr, Winchester, Fredericksburg, and Petersburg. Va . Charleston, tavannab. Macon, At lanta, Augusta. Berkley Springs ana Bedford Springs. Passengers from Nasuvtllx take tbe Stae Coasbes of Carter A Thomas, or steamers on the Cumberland river, to Lonsvitis, connecting there with the United Stxtes Mail steamers to Cincinnati, or with tbe J. nV rsoavilla Railroad to Indianapolis, Ind, make direct connection at Columbus, Ohio, ivlth tbe Central Ohio Railroad to Wheel ing, whence close connection wiih the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is made to Washington City, Baltimore, Phila delphia and New York. X-if Passengers holding Through Tickets from Mem phis are transferred at Cairo to tba cars of the Illinois Central Railroad, from thence passing through Tot. Haute, Indianapolis, Dayton and Aenia to Columbus. Three Daily Trains leuve Columbus, at lo A. M, 8:80 P. M. aad 12 P. M. Travelers are requested to notice that wbile this Is tbe only route .fl'-rding Through 'licketstoolllbe EasUrn Ciiies at the same rate as charged by other routes to A'm 1'otk o I'j. it is also the shortest, most speedy and direct to all the leading points in tbe bast. Tbe distance from Columbus to Baltimore is only 676 miles, being about 100 miles ehcrter to New York, than by any otber route. There are less changes of cars by this route, and consequently less detention, than bv any other. XiV The road is ballasted with broken stone and Is entirely free from dust For tun her information, please apply to D. G. RUMSEY, Agent, Nashville, Teon. "For Through Tickets apply in Louisville at tbe office of the U. S. Mail steamers, or at the Jeffrrsonville Railroad Office, Main street. WM. a. WOOUSIDE, Master Transportation B. A O. R. R. JOHN M. SHARP, General Western Agent. june25 NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA T? AT LEO AD- ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF PASSENGER TRAINS, TO take efTect on and afterSATURDAY, 21st of June, 1356. Day Passenger leaves Nashville at 9.05, A.M, arrives at Chattanooga at 6.05, P. M. NightPasaengerIevesNashvilleat5, P. arrives st Chattanooga at 4 50, A. M. ii.. Pi&n!7er leaves Chattanooga at 6. A. M, arrives at Nashville at 2 40, P. M. Night Passenger leaves unauanoogi ai -j.i:, r. Ai, ar rives at Nashville at 8.45, A. M. june21. H- L ANDERSON, Sup't. NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD. SPECIAL N0UCE TO SHIPPERS VIA SA FASaYA1 TO iXASIiriLLS. AS tbe Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company has notified and reminded tbe Central Railroad Com pany of Georgia, of their Summer Rate, and it does not seem to have been noticed or recognised in the hand bills of that Company recently distributed in our city, we take this method of informing the Merchants and Snippers by that line, that the rate will be $! 35 per 100 lbs on 1st Class Goods, and not (1 25, as th band bills represent l 25 la tbe average through rate on first Class Goods from the Seaboard to Nashville, but is subjected to tho 10 cenU ad ditional in the Sum-ner and adduction ot 10 cents per 100 lbs. in tbe Winter, which make the rat. as per our advertisement $1 85 from Juno to Decernbe . and $1 IS from Decembir to Jnne. H. I. ANDERSON, jung 21 l Superintasdssi.