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I1 tit DRY GOODS. Pry Goods. THE nsdersigned are now "receiving, end will baTe JL. ready lorexnmiiion Dy we soui instant, the LAEQEST JKD BEJX ASSORTED-STOCK Or AMERICAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN AND SWISS FASC.T GOODS, Than they hare ever bs'theploisure to sho k to tho Jtetsil Merchant Ther hsre spared no nam nor expense in get ting up a Stock from which all classes of customer can Mleci tneir assortments, ineynave made larger invest- menu wis ccaiau ia FINE GOODS, . Ther have ever done before and respectfully solicit cn el imination of their STOCK from -the Ritual lUcc visit ing the city bettering that "with tbo VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT And LOW PRICES, ther will "be able to offer induct menu to all. aiurtuA' a uu-, Niaantts, Ang. J 5. No. 49 Public Square. NEW FALL AND WINTER GOODS. . ' 2.. B. FXTE & "CO, WHOLESALE DEALESS IHETAPLS AND FANCY DRY GOODS, Ate now in receipt of the largest Sto:k they haTe erer before offered, and without enumerating in a lengthy detail the various kinds of Good, ther inritc those purchasing la this market to give the stock and prices an examination, Mjunuz suca, mat mey wui uaa every sma uooas ne cessary to nuke up a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF lilt I TEE assoethixt or LADIES' DRESS GOODS 1 varied, and decidedly handsome; to which they invite Bpcci&i attention it juercuauta. - 1 hey continue t j keep Dolour & Co.'s Anchor Brand cuiiiinu uiauiis. laughs daw Hiig-h Douglas, WHOLESALE DEALER, NORTH MARKET- STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN. I AM arranging for Bale a perfectly new stock of Goods .in the large Ware Rooms of II. i. IT. Douglass, situated at" Btcjwucwn lug IIUUIKIU 1DU liOl. This stock embraces American and Imported I1E? GOODS In large assortment, SMALL WARES in gteat vuneij BJia.flo. i, assortment ot. HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, TIROGANS, Ad. All ot which I will sell at less than Market Value. with the view of closing the entire stock before remoring to the former .stand. Retail Dealers are most respectfully requested to exam ine mis oiocz, ana are assured mat tney can make monsy VJ UOlUgUO, Ang 20 8m. ARMSTRONG & CO., NO. 09 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN. Comiuisiom Merchants AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, FOR THE SALE OF Machine?, Agricultural Implements, Building materials, dec. Ac. rjpQE annexed is a list ot such articles as may always be jl. louno. at ineir store, nca at tne lowest casn prices Machines. Implements. Ac. fhreshine Machines, llorse cowers. Corn and Cob Crash er, (Little Giant) Felton'B Portable Grist Mill, Straw Cut ten. Corn Sbellers, Bedwell's Smut Machine, Child's Giain Separator. Well's Seed Sower. Corn Planters. Culti vators, Harrows, Ploughs tf all kinds, Churns, Meat Cut- tei s, sennes, foiEt, .taxes, neaping aud Mowing Ma- cnines, ran amis, sc. Building Material. Arc. Window Saoh, Venitian Minds. Marbelized iron Man tles, Window Glaus of all sizes, llydraulic Cement, Plaster fans, unatn rumps, f orce rumps, uarden tngiDes, iron Cnairs, iron betiees, iron sales o: all sizes. raiuls. Oils, Ate. White Lead. 'White Zinc, Brown Zine, Stone Colored Zinc, Paints of all colors. Putty, Whiting, Linseed Oil, Lard Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Mineral Palut, Glue, Paint Brushes, Rosin, Copperas, Pam' Mills, Ac Ac Fertilizers. Guano, and Land Plaster. We keep a large stockof tfiese smcjeson nana. Seeds. CloTer, Timothy, Blue Grass.llerd Grass, Orchard Grass, car ley, c We are cdso agents for Pease's Celebrated Excelsior Rail road Horse Power Threshing Machines. We hare now an assortment of these Machines on hand, and will furnish them at Manufacturers 'prices, transportation added. As the demand w-.U be beyond the supply, those who are in want oi men naa oeiier ouy soon. lebifl tf ARMSTRONG & CO. 6ARDNER,SHEPHERD & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Shoes Hats. AND ' STJRA.W GOODS NASHVILLE. TENN. 1 A E would inform onr customers and the trade cene- V V rally that since the late Fire in which the building we occupied was consumed we bare removed our slock to 0 42, weal Kide oi iu square, up stairs adjoining Messrs. Allison, Anderson A Co. Since removing, we have received large additions to our buce, inciuuing.a great variety ci uoods, suited to the tea eon, to which we respectfully invi:e the attention of Mer chants. Oruers solicited and filled with cure. sp28 GARDNER, SHEPHERD A CO. I. C. NICHOLSON & Co, NO. 22 PUBLIC SQUARE, n ish to give notice to the Public generally that their SPRING STOK OF Staple and Fancy Dry Goods. Is now complete, which, for beauty, cheapness and dura biuty, cannot be surpassed In this Oity. OUR tock of Dress Goods consists of Silks, Bareges, and Tissues; plain and ligurt-d Muslins, Jaconets and Ginghams, ot every tma and quality; traces and hmbroid eries of every description; Maniles, Ribbons, Parasols, Um brellas and Fans, to suit all customers. In White Goods, our stock is verr complete. Our stock of Linen Goods Is in fine order. Damasks, Sheetings, Tow- tu, Dexert napkins, irnu Linen, ic. WINDOW CURTAINS OF ALL KIRDS. Cloths, Cassitneres, Linen and Cotton Goods lor Men and Boys. Domestics, Sheetings, Drillings, Tickings, and Ser vants' goods. Wehavea No 1 stock of Hosiery for men, women and children. In a word, every thing usnally kept in a dry goods house, all of which we wilt sell low. Our motto is small protits and quick sales. People in trading with os need have no fear of buying old goods, as we opened wiui aacuuru ucn biuv.j.sb ruti, uul jjuviu uuu any old spring goods when this stock was purchased. We takegre.it pleasure in showing our goods to all who may lavor us wiin a can. P80 tf I. 0. NICHOLSON It CO. M1D130.1 STBATTUN. A. O. EWUO. Stratton & Swing , (Scccsssobs to SKTKorn, Faj.-kiso A Co.) WHOLESALE GROCERS, Commission and Fonvarding Merchants, AND DEALE11S IN IIACON AVI) LARD, CORNER OK MARKET AND CHURCH STItKETS, NASHVIU.K, atkn. HAVING sold our entire interest in the Grocery, Com mission and Forwarding business to Messrs. Stratton A cwing. we recommend them to our customers and friends generally, as energetic and correct business men, and eolidt for them the pitronaee so liberally bestowed upon the retiring firm. We will remain ut the old stund fer the puxpote of closing oar books. may 17 ly. SEYMOUR, FANNING A CO. Fresh ilrrivals BY WESSEL&TnOMFSON. Crt boxes Oranseo, in good condition, 0f 25 boxes Lemons; Wbasieu Cnampagne Wines, assorted, 10 H cheats Green and Black Teas; 25 boxes fine 1 hewing Tobacco; 15 ' Smoking do; 40 gross Glazed and Stono Pipes; ISO b bis Summer Ale; 150 cases Clarets, assorted: S00 reams Wrapping Paper; 4 M P'P63 p,no Brandy, A -cask8 Wine; 15 caies Flench Cordial; 25 " " Brandy Cherries; 1000 boxes Sardines, M and H: 150 packages Raisins, all Mien; 100 gross Patent Matches; 150,000 Regalia Cigars, assorted; 1K.000 Extra Princinee Ciirars. Country Merchants will do well to examine our Stock belore purchasing eitewnere, mj8 WBSSELA THOMPSON. TriMlESil AKU1VAL Of GICOCERIES 100 J? hhds prime to choice Sugar: 100 bbls Powdered. Loafand Crushed Sugar; 200 bbls Reboilcd Molasses; 100 4 bbls do do; EOJ bags prime Rio Coffee; 75 btgs Old Uov. Java and Laguyra Collee; 40 bbls Mackerel; 150 boxes Star Candles; 100 boxes Mould do; 200 kegs Nails, assorted; 100 dozen Buckets; 100 boxps Tobacco, assorted brands; 50,000 Imported Regalia Cigars; tO.OoO assorted brands do; 100 boxes Bar Soap; 20 bags Pepper; 20 bags Spice. Just received with a good assort ment of Groceries, and for sale by M A E F CHEATHAM. "I IQUOKS. 250 bbls Pike's Magnolia Whisky; 1 i 200 bbls Nector Whisky; 100 bbls Robinson Co do; 50 bbls Old Bsurbon do; SO bbls Old Rve do; 60 bbls Old Reserve do; 100 bbls American Brandy; -.0 Gbls do Uin; 's Peach itrandy. For sale by II A K f tJllh.A lHAtl. IT. O McNA Nisw t.uuus. 'lV lot of EV GO- re opening this day a large Broideries, Collars, 90DS, suca as R.bbons, Laces, Em- VThtss are New Gcoi Belts, and Beltings. J. faucG Call quick or they will be nit gow. IC1 jt a McJf & c0 1856. FALL & WINTER STAPLE & FANCY J. BMOAH & Co . iMU-po, f ytJlilU ayUARE, NASHVILLE Ws are in full receipt of curstockof Fall and Winter Staple and Fancy, and Domestic Dry Goods, comprising I. In. lh.l.H.1 .(,..1. S . - 1 1 - - . . " of a very large line of Ladies' Dress Goods' of entire new , ta, lunuiEcMDHfkk ever lujuur.eu dt na; ranKTin,, siviesot treucn, jujkusu, Italian. Scotch, and American manufactures; new style goods for misses and ch ildren Plaids of the greatest variety ; a large stock of Black Gro ds Rhine, Gro de Nap, Fou'ard Silks; Fancy Dre. Silks of entire new styles. Our Rtock of this line of Goods is superior to anv ever imported bj us, aud very attractive fcr tbe city and country trade. White Goods and Em broideries, of all numbers and a general range of prices. Our stock of Fancy Goods, generally, is made up oflatest importation? and styles which are entirely new, differing from any former season, and much handsomer; and at prices which must be altoccther satisfactorv to d 'alers. Famishing Goods. English, French, German, and j and a general range of prices ; English Beaver Cloths cf me oesi maxes, lor overcoats: ruot, waver, fliripool, liyon, ana isuuaio uoatings; uianKeuand ii.antet Loat lnc3ofeverv trrade. Katin, Silk, Worsted and Fancy Vesting, of the greatest variety; a large line oi bati&etis, i weeds, jeans, and Coatinrs. CloJiks and Talmas. Cloths of all colors, for la dies' Cloaks and Talmas : v orsted Talmas for !adiC3 and misses. Also Dresses for misses. .Fancy Prints. French, EnglUh, and American Fancy Prints, of all the different manufactures and widths. Black and solid colored Prints. l'laiil Linseys. Cashmre Plaids, small and large, of all prices and ibs'best mikes, all wool. Cloakings. Large and small Figured and Plaid Cloakirgs, oi every quality; Silk and Worsted Serge and Faney Linings; Alpacas, pure Mohair, and Silk and Mo hair large stock; Ooburgs, DeBage and Delancs. Ac., Ac, Plaids for Women's Dresses. HunUville Plaids for servants dresses bright colors; Eastern Plaids a large stock; small checked and striped Shirting; heavy Kerseys, Linsers and Jeans, Ac., Ac. Domestics. Bleached and brown Domestic, cf all wiams; uieacned and Drown Drillings; Jirown bca Is Una Domestics: beavv'Osnabunrs. Ac. Trimmings, &c, &c Our stock of Trimmings and "Varieties is very large and complete, comprising every article that is nsually sold. We will continue to add to our s ock throughout the season new sivio uuoas, wiiicu we win sen upon tuemosi lavoranie lerms 10 prompt dealers. A. J. DUNCAN & CO. No. 70, Public Square, Nashville. aug-.4ii . NEW WHOLESALE HOUSE. BRANSFORD, M'WHiRTER & GO. IMPORTERS AND AVIIOLESALE DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Rr-GOOBS, NO. 71, 2sd DOOR ABOVE CITY HOTEL, PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN. WE are now receiving and opening for the Fall and Winter trade, the most desirable stock of Staple and Fincy Dry Goods ever offered to the traie of Tennessee or the adjoining States, comarisinir in part. splendid Flounced Silk Robes Rich Dress Silks, in-great : . !;.. ,1 1 1 L.': : U i, m: - .- great -ranetv and choice styles. Bonnet Ribbons, laces and French Embroideries, Irish Linens, Jaconets, Swiss and checked Muslins, French black and colored Merinoes, De Lanes, Ac. Ac Also, a fine assortment of French black and colored Cloths, plain, black and fancy Doeiiins, fancy o:n j ti t. ir.i: . .t ;.l f uj. unu riusu i esiiazs, icgeiner wua a large line 01 ne gro. Bed and Coating Blankets. Tweeds. Jeans. Ac. Ac. We invite tne attention or iter chant Tailors esneciallv. to our Stock of Clolh3, Cassimeres and Trimmings. Also me niieuuuu ui iron jiiuuitK.urera .u uur oiock oi ieuro Blankets, Negro Kerseys, Striped and Plain Osnaburgs. Having purchased the majority of our goods for caih we are prepared to offer rare inducements to either cash or short timecucctual dealers. We invile all merchants visiting our city to a careful ex amination ot our stock and pnees. ttUgla UKAaai-UKlJ, MCWU1KTKK ACQ. Carpet Hall Up Stairs. R. C. M'NAIRY & Co. X TILL open today and tomorrow ONE HUNDRED VV PIECES OF THREE PLY & INGRAIN CARPETS, bought at a forced auction sale in Sew ork. These we warrant equal in quality and cheaper in price man any nuaeriooneiea in mis marnei. and wearo de termined tosellthem correspondingly low. We will, at the same time, be opening many new goods iu Buipitj uuu ittucy jiuus, uuu win continue VJ opeu ana receive all the novelties of the season, as fast as they ap pear in iew lorsr. it. u. MCNAIKV a CU. nugl5 No. 55 College St. DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. A DESIRABLE Brick Dwelling, with 8 rooms. No. 31 jL Church street. The lot fronts 1S leet and 8 inches, uy ido aeep. AL.-5U A magnificent building lot. 23-1 acres, on the Gallatin Pike, opposite the handsome residence of Ex-Gov. Neil! b. Brown, ALSO Several verv desirable lots in Houston's Addition to Edgefield. Bargains will be given. J. 1. A It. W. BROWN, aug21 Im. 44 1.2 Cherry Street. A GOOD RESIDENCE FOR SALE. WE offer for sale a desirable and commodious Dwel ling, with a good Kitchen, Servants Rooms, Stable ana uarriage noose, all ot bnck. The lot lies on the Franklin Turnpike, in the city, and iuu ieei irom. rorierms apply to aug2 LlNDSf.EY A CROCKETT. DESIRABLE C1TK ItESlDENCE FOIC SALE. THE undersigned offers for sale his residence in the 7lh "Ward of Nashville, on the east hide of MaDle street. oad south of the Mnrfreesboro Turnpike. The dwelling u n tuuMauu&i iHo awry DricKDUiiaing(neauynewj con taining 10 rooms, with porches, kitcnen, smoke-house, store room una servants rooms, xc. A splendid Cistern 10 feet in diameter and IS feet deep is attached in the rear of the building with gutters. wludi till it, Miiha little attention, alfordiDgaconsianttuDDlv of good water at all times. Besides there is on the lot quite a number ofyoung fruit trees of the b:st aaalitv. having been selected with great care and now bearing frnit. nlsn pen fftlprfprt wilh frrpit Mr, nnt nmr lionrin. f-nli lsrt I a mrgeanu commoaious vegeianie garden tne it nolo con tainicg two acres, all of which will be sold together or di vided as purchasers may desire. . . .. . v . SUCH un opportunity to procure a rood home and pilpn. Etve adjacent grounds is rarely offered within the city hoi- iu, &du i win sen on accommoaaung terms, as l nave de- lerniinea io remove. For particulars enauire of A. Nelson. Citv Cnllpcfnr n . ance, City Surveyor, or myself. I am g-jnerally at honpe early in the morntngand late in the evening, when I will be pleased to show the premises to any who may call lueiauiirm ior luemseivcs. aiso several lots ot l.and at the mouth of Brown's Creek, containing from Ii to 17 acres .u f . . t . . - . . i iu iuo uuu xusaesaiuu irivea .lumeaiaieiy. ang!5 deoAwlm WM L. NANCE. DESIRABLE CITY PROPERTY. FOR SALE. BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 100 Cedar street Lotfronts 72 feet on Cedar street, and extends back 201 feet to aso leet street, tne of taxation. Brick House, corner of Hvnes and Knowles streets. West Nashville. Lot fronts 50 feet on Knowles streets. and extends back on the line of Hynes street, 152 feet to a zuieei auey. frame Kefidence, Io. 40 South Summer street. Lot fronts 52 feet on Summer street, and extends back 170 feet or more to a is leet auey. liricK itesidence, .no. 73, Norta Summer street. Two beautiful Cottage Residences in Ewing's Addition each lot fronting 65 feet on Kwing Avenue and extending I U ,rt Ti 1 . . r J uaci. 101 iru. w a iu icvi unejr. j rice aua terms oi pay ment extietn.y liberal. Brick Residence with eight Rooms. Porches. Ac. with Grape Arbor, Carriage House, Stables and Cistern, cor ner oi vt asuington and rean streets, toutri Nashville. Lot fronts 103 feet on Pearl street and extends bick 180 feet on the line cf ashington street, to s 12 feet alley. uouoie frame House on Orundv street. Weil Ja,pit, e. Lot tronts 50 feet on Grundy street i ersons wisoing to procure a home, or camtalists de siring au opportunity lor nrohtable investments, are invited to call at the cilice of the undersigned and learn iuii particulars relating to tneabove list ot property. I, on ftri-i A. Oil All Xk-lJ U, ug2 tf. Office No. 25 Cherry street. FOR SALE. OAKLAND MILLS AND PLANTATION, ON TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASERS. ""NE of the most desirable Farms w Montgomery county. Teonessee. 5M miles North of ler- on the con- . i out houses in complete order. ville, Tenn. Kennedy and John s. I art nf ni.lr augl7 2ni JOHN W. BARKER. GREAT ATTRACTION THE "NEl'LUS ULTRA" SALE OF 1850 OUDf5DV' tbe 3.d "f September, we wil W se 1st Auction, on the premiees. a large number of the best unimproved LoU in he vicinity of NashvTlU (in Hynes' addition ) Those Lots are particularly desirable vT . r n7r! ,HT i-' . r ,DessPa" ' the city, nd uu-nu,..,, iui... i.uip. ,rUin corporation taxes. Pub- lit iiicuuuu u (uMiruarit mjiifi ju au, examination of jiai m-mar uer,iion property will be liicum uliio luuuc time. Aeruia uocral angia-tf -I. L. A R. W. BROWN. R. S. HOLLINS & CO., WEOLKglLX DEAL1BS IN Boots, Shoes snd Hats, NO. 64, rUULIU SQUARE, Sett dew to VfldUman's Paper Store. i Are now iu receipt of their Fall Stock of Goods n I lor 18J6, to which they would respectfullyinviteij tho attention of Merchants burimr here, knnwrii.i. that in price, quality and extent of assortment Lhpv run offer inducements equal to any bouse in the city. MAMOTH STOCK 1856. OF ' 1 1:1... n i 1 ' .uuuul'u'nK ejgntnunurea acrei ot very w a' ,wua Pooa tl0UT' Oorn, and Saw Mills, o we8tFork, all in good running order- Large and venient Brick Dwi-ilimr linnc oil r m PR0DTJCB AKD COffiaSSIOS 2D3SCEAKT ' AND DEALER IN ' F0EEIGN.& DOKESTICLIQTJOES, South-East ccrnerof Church and College Streets: Nashville, .Tennessee; ash for all kinds. of Produce. W-wn.iT) 5ACP..FEATHER-i BEESWAX, jino B.L. Corner Colleee and Church sts. ONE DUNDREDTONSPITl'SUURUIKON.well assorted, now-in store" and lor sale lowfor cash, bv jan35C R. O'KANE. NEW ALE. k(1 BBLa received and for sale low bv O'KANE. pdptR VINEGAR -expre?slyior family use.' . For sale v-v )ana do it. U ivANE. 100,000 : Founds Well Brietl BACON WANTED FOR OASJT, IHMEDIAUEL Y bv mar- R. O'KANE. London Lady Potatoes. fC BUSHELS received and for sale by 1JJ apio R. O'KANE. Jamaica lum. A SE?-Dl,KE ARTICLE, warranted pure, suitable for .4--- jucu.v&i yuipvues, ic-r saie Dy "P1 R.OKANE. COTTON YARNS. A FULL stock cf Cotton Yarnj from the Vale Mills Sparta, Sycamore, Mt. Vero, Laurel Hill, Central uuu loi atiuura, jn sioreanu ior sale Dy nv'W W. U. GORDON & CO. SUti Alt-tiO hhds Common and Prime Louisiana an car, in .store and lor sale by mBT30 w. II. GORDON A CO. COFFEE sou bags iair and Prime Kio Coffee, in store and for sale by W. It. GUKIJON A CO. G bb! New York "A' Crushed Sugar, for sale by mav8d W. H. GORDON A CO. 73 ICE 10 tierces fresh Carolina Rice, tor sale by J-V W. H. GORDON A C CO. rillSKY- For sale by -60 bbls Robertson county WhUkv. 100 " Dean's Aurora 60 " Old Bourbon W. U. GORDON A CO. NAILS 1,000 kegs Shoenbergcr's Nails, all sizes, lor sale by W. U. GORUO.V A CO U UAVriSti A'APKR-1,000 bundles single . i .unu, uicuium uuu uuuuiecrowu. iorsaiebv mavSO W. 11. GORDON A CO. UNNY BAGS; ' "ALES Gunny Bags, 2 and 4 bushels; UUU 100 " Oanaburg " 2 For sale by majSOJ W. H. GORDON A CO. OSNAltUJi.;. 11 A KALES 4-4 Alisouia Osnaburgs; 1UU 50 " 4 4 Franklin 50 .. 50 " Georgia For sale by W. U. GORDON A CO. may30 SHEETINGS. BALES 4-4 Laurel Hill Sheetings; 10 " 4-4 Glen Mills " 25 25 " 4-4 Sparta " Now in store and receiving daily, and for sale by y80 W. 11. GORDON A CO. ELOUR From the Lebanon Mills, Goodlettsville do., Manchester do., Star do and Spencer's do. In store and for sale to the trcde only, by maySO W. H. GORDON A CO. pORN MEAL Freih and good, on hand all the time vy una iorsaie low ior casn at J.M. HAWKINS. may 15 Agent. WHITE WINE VINEGAR. A superb article, for Pickles and Table use, just received and for J. M. HAWKINS. Agent mayl5 ucareuonrs- iiall. THAT LEBANON FLOUR. Always on hand the finest article mannfacturpit in the Ilnli. flnd fii, m1. Inn. fn. m.K I. T I r II . ini-n-f. ' .wn v. U . 1. xlA!VlISa, Piavia Agent, OddFellows' Usll. O OLDEN SYRUP. 1 have just received a splen J did article of Golden Syrup from St Louis, and for baie iow ior casn a: J. 31. HAWKINS, n"Tl5 Agent. Odd Fellflwe' Hall. IMew Wheat Flour. O f ( BAGS City Mill's extra New White Wheat Family Flour, in store and for sale br june27 STRATTON A EWING. QUGAR 76 bhds Fair to Choice LouisianaSugar.tor O sale by J"'jz STKATTON A EWING, COFFEE 5C0 bags Bait Rio Coffee, choice; 50 Laguyra do do; ou um uovernment .lava Conee. In store and for sale by STRATTON A EWING. july2 C ALT 1200 bags Fine Liverpool .--alt. for sale by U Ja'j3 STRATTON A EWING WillsKY 200 bbls Ohio and Tennessee Whisky, for sale by r july2 STRATTON A KWINfJ. NAILS 500 kegs Wheeling Nail, tur tale by jnly2 STRATTON AE WING. STAR CANDLES 100 boxes Star Candles; 50 K " do do; 50 " do do For sale by STRATTON A EWING. ulj2 tf WHEAT, WHEAT 20,000 bushels lied and White Wheat wanted immediately for which w will pay the highest market price in cash. JU'JZ OI KA'ITUA KWlNU. GALL at the " NASHVILLE BAG FACTORY," In A. Hamilton's Warehouse. 21 College Street, where I am now prepared to furnish the public with 10.000 Sacks per day july22 8m. JOHN ERSKINE. Sztra Family Flour. fA BBLS. Mason's best Flour, just received and for tj J sale by june!9 JOYNT, BYRNE A NOLEL. 1 TlO liAS Smith A Beden's fcxtra family Flour, just Iw received and for tale by JU1.1I, 151KM-J A NULEN, je!9-tl Broadway. GRAlv SACKS. -f " rrf HEAVY Osuaberg Sacks, for mh It 1. 1 M II I h jiispii vin ;--.7 . jnne22 lm. WHEAT. rpHE undersigned will pay cash for NEW WHEAT. JL JOSEPH NASR, je22 lm East corner College and Spring streets. WHEAT! WHEAT! 50,000 account of of Wheat wanted for ' S account oi wnom it concern ior which cash will be paid by S. N. HOLLINGSWORTH jniyi uorncr i.ollege and Church sts. 1U A itl ill O T U 3 LISHY S TABLE. I HAVE tken, and will hereafter keep the MAMMOTH LIVERY STABLE, on Market street, heretofore kept uy i.nei a uiaKemore, norses ana carnages lurnieiied at an nours and at reasonable prices. Hoarding norses taiten on reasonable terms. JESSE J. EVERETT. Nashville, May 25, 85i ly. 91 FINE SHOES FOR LADIES. I HAVE just received the following line stock: Ladies' Curocoa Kid Slippers, (Rose Us;) ? uoe iieel Sslippen, ; " Italian Cloth CongrefS Gaiters, plain; " French Morocco and Kid Buskins, wide; Sup'r Kid Excelsiors; " Lace and Cong. Heel Gaiters, very handbome. Misses' Kid Heeled Boot, Slippers and Gaiters ; Childrens' Kid Ankle Ties and Pumo 15oot.. tSf A large assortment of Ladies' Bonnet Boxes. Trav. elhng Satchels and Bags; Gcnts'SuIe Leather Valices and aterproot Valice iiags, Ac, Ac f or haie very cneap by juun KA3IAGE, aug2 42 College street "t ENTS' Gaiters, blain and lined. Patent Leather Om, VT gress Gaiters, Oxford Ties, and dress in great variety. uuu iii tun piirc9,juQictvivcu. juu.i Jidatityr, SUg'J 42 College st CITY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT At the Corner of SPRING AND MARKET STREETS. H . A. C O O ? S R WOULD tender his services to the citizens of Nash ville in the above business, and is now prepared to put up in the most satisfactory mannerShower, Hot and Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes of all descriptions. Hydrants will be put up and repaired in any part of the city promptly and in a workmanlike manner at the lowest terms janl6 ly TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORKER. HENRY A. COOPER HAVING purchased theinterest of Mr. John R. Spit ler, in the late hrra of Cooper and Spitler, is prepar ed to do all kind of work in tbe above business, and takes thisopportunity to return thanks to their numerous patrons for past favors and solicits a continuance of their patronage. Being master of his bnsiness he can promise his custo mers that all work done by him will at least be equal to any other house in the city, and fully as cheap a fact known by all persons who know what good work is. He would call the attention of the public to his stlpetior mode or puttiLg on Tin Roor ana" all other job-work, being a practical mechanic he is sure that he will please His stock ot Tin Ware and Stoves are good. Call and sec ang23 4m. IIAVP WITHDRAWAL. I i,1A h opposed of my interest in the business of lhr.W,?f?rhUer,loH-A-CooI,er. who wi'1 continue the business at the old stand, corner of Spring and Market street and for whom I solicit a liberal patronage? ang23-lm JOHN R. SPITLER. I. N E W W HEAT FLO URl WHEAT FLOOR from City Mills, which I will seU low for cash. 'j. HHAWKINS inne28 Odd Fellows' Hall. ROCERIESr WHOLESALE GROCER, COMMISSION AND r uit W AHDIK G VM. it C H A N T , PEALES IN BR ANDIE-, WIN ES, CIGARS, AC. Coiner of, Spring and-College Streets, SASnviLLli, TKKh'ESSEE. ccc GROCERIES. '200 BUDS, prin e to choioe bogar; ICO bbls D. m. Crushed, do; 25" " ' Powered do; - i.u ozs - ixiai uo; 100 bis Recoiled Molasses; 100 half bbls do- do; 200'bigs prime Rio Coffee; lOO " Laguyra do; 40 -r old Java Coffee; " 50 bbls and half bbls Mackerel; y 50 kits No 1 and 2 do; .- , K 20 bags Pepper; 20 do Spice; v ' 20 do Ginger; 25 bags S S Almonds 10 do Fillbert-i. J ' 10 "do English Walnnts; 100 whole, half and quarter bxs Raisins; 20 cases Sardines: 200 whole, half and quarter boxes Star Candles; ?uu ooxes uiaabware; 200 boxes'Virginia Tobacco; 10O0 kegs Nails, Brads and Spikes assorted; 250 bbls Cincinnati Rectified Whisky; 50 ' Old Bonrben do; 50 " Ht Monocghahala da 25 " " Rye do; 60 ' "American Brandy; 10 " N.E. Rum. Also a large Stock or hne Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Ac. just received and lor sale by JO. KD WARDS. may 11, LOSTGHtmST & CO., Wholesale and Retail Confectioners, NO. 45 UNION STREET. HAVE oa hand a very choice assortment of Candies of all kinds. Cakes, huts, Preserves, Pickles, Catsups, cuiuiuualui.uu xruiui,.r iu rruiis,iriue apples, uranges, Apics, uuu everjr imug vi tue aitia nsuauy Kept in UCn fectionaries. They also deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Ale, Cioaus aua iubacco, ot tue very Dcst Dranas Their Bakery is one or the best in the Western country; and they are prepared to furnish fresh Light Bread and uruciersui tue oesi quality at tne lowest prices. VAnTIPM. lVl'hlllVl'C l f i u c furnished by them on the shortest notice, with Cakes, Confsetionaries, Ac, Ac, in the highest style of the art Mr. Longhurst, who has charge of the Manufacturing Department, has received several Diplomas in New York. f . t. n .. :.: i - i: . . . -1 . . . ... , ... - J f ".'..v.j, uniji.oi uli;.. .ui lud utai u i limes iu un line, exmoueu at otate fairs, uuu is oneot tue most saiiuui uoniectioiers in the coun try- d23. H. B. MORRIS. W. B. MATTHEWS MORRIS & MATTHEWS, HHOliESAIili GIIOCERS AND Commission Merchants, ivn DEALERS IN FLOUR, BACON. LARD, FEATHERS, ULrtOinU, HW1WAA, su , Nos. 13 and 15 Market Street. Nashville. mar27 TENNESSEE. SELF-VENTILATING REFRIGERATORS ! FJIUIT PRESERVERS I J. BOYIiE & CO., NO. 48 FRONT STREET. HAVING become Proprietors of the Patent for this State of So'HOOLEYS CELEBRATED SELF-VEN TILATING, MEAT, PROVISION, AND FRUIT PRE SERVER, now offer them to the Nashville cub.ic. This article is bound toeuDercedeevervlhinnf lhclrin.l in use, its great advantages being too strongly apparent to bo doubted. By means of the ventilation, the preserving cuamoer is warranted to oe always dry and entirely tree irom mouia, must or impure navor, wua a current ot cold dry air passirg through it continually all accomplished with the usual quantity of ice. Every house keeper should give this article a trial, and no one win consent to be without it. We have diflerentsizeji o suit our customers. aplO tf J. DOYLE A CO. S. S. BOTLK, FBID I GODLE, New iork. Cincinnati BOYLE & CO., IMPORTERS OF FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES, BONDED WAREHOUSE, No 4, Coviiskcul Stbezt. Distillers of Alcohol Cologne and Neutral Spirits, and all kinds of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Also dealers in Old Bourborn, hye and Monongahela Whiskies. Nos 55, 57 and 59 Second Street CINCINNATI, OHIO. T IQUORS AND WINES IN UNITED JL STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. Through our Mr S S Boyle, of N. York city, we have made expensive ar rangements lor tne tne importation ot foreign Liquors and Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which we invite the attention of the trade. Our facilities are such as to enable us to sell at low prices. BOYLE A CO.. r.iar29 ly Nos 55, 57 and 59 Second St., Cin., O. IiYONS & Co., IUPOBTEBS OPAXO WnOttSlLI n CALEBS IN Havana Cigars, Tobacco, AM) ALL KI.VD3 or Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc. No. 19 CEDAR St., NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. TO THE PUBLIC. XTTE have now on hand and are constantly receiving a 1 T new ana wen usoriea bioce oi HAVANA CIGARS, TOBACCO, FOREIGN WINES AKD LIQUORS, Which we are effenng to the trade at prices much lower than they can be had from any other house in the citv. Our stock consists of the finest brands ( f Havana CiaiES cow in the market; Braxdie3. which for fiavor cannot be surpassed, and imported br ourselves direct through the Custom House to this city; rim but, Port and aiADEBiA wises; warranted pure and ol tne best qualities. who a mil assortment ot v makers, at Uroix and Ja maica Rum, Holland Gin, and all other kinds ISf To Country Merchants we offer the best induce ments to purchase from us; our stock is large and always new. To prompt customers. Eastern time will be given; to casn ouycr we give every aavantage. All orders br let ter or otherwise will always meet with prompt attention. lilU.XS it (JU., jy 22 19 Cedar St CHAMPAGNE WINE. 'E hive now on band 100 baskets Canneaux and Fils, quarts and pints. oy i,eiegara & uo.. Tbe above two Wines are unsurpassed in flavor and are now used throughout tbe Union more than any other W ine. We have been appointed by tbe Manufacturers, sole Agents for the South. Also, 25 baskets Gorden Royal, quarts aud pints. 80 " HeidseickACo. " ' For sale at reduced prices l-y LYONS A CO., jy22 19 Cedar ut BITTERN. "TTTE are also Agents lor Mills, Hosteller A Dr Greens' Tr Aromaucoiomacn iiiuers. liw boxes assorted, now in store. Li Diss A (JU.. j?22 11) Cedar st. SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCOS. WE have just received cniwixa tobaccos 10 boxes Natural Leaf; 10 " Yellow Jacket; 25 " G.W.Smith's 5 " Wedding Cake; 5 " Honey Shuck; 25 " Assorted brands tbe best qualities. jr22 SKOXINO TOBACCOS. 50 bales Pocahontas ; 50 boxes " 25 bbls cut and dry; SO gross " " Assorted in papers. all of which we warrant of LYONS A CO., 19 CedsrSt PRINCIPE CIGARS. S)f CCC Genuine, just received, and import Zi J J J f ed expressly for this market, by ii una jy?2 1 Cedar St TO ARRIVE. TTTE are daily expecting a large lot of the celebrated YV Pan.Cake and Rough and Ready Chewing Tobac co. Also, 10,000 Nicotians Londres Cigars, and 20,- 000 other brands or the finest qualities and navor. jy22 LYONS A CO., 19. Cedar st. SUNDRIES. WE always have a full supply of Fancy Articles, usually kept iu our line, consisting of Liquor Flasks, Walking Canes, Cigar Cases, Snuff Boxes, Cigir Lighters, Wax Matches and a splendid assortment of Meerchaum, Powhattan, Enamel, Glazed and other Pipes, : i i : . r - i .. j . t - . i . nt wiiu n large variety ui uiuer uuuus. 11 1 u.ia a jj.t j?22 Cedar st A POSITIVE CURE. WHAT is 'Jne use of paying doctors' bills when you can get so easily cured of Diarrhoea. Dysentery. Cholera and all of the other Summer bowel complaints now so prevalent, oy using Ltons' Choleba Medicated Bbanbv, which is warranted a sure and speedy cure and preventive, never having failed in any single instance, which can be proved by the many certificates of well known citizens. to be seen at our store, ana by giviDgit a far trial. For sale by the bottle or dozen at tbe Sole JJ22 lil oats & (JO., 19 Cedar st Pianos, Pianos. w E have received fourteen more new Pi-ano-Fortes from these unrivalled ma-OSHsMPB ken,. Light, Newton A Bradbury, and UainesV 9 DI Bro s, which makes our stock very large and desiraable. We would be pleased to have these instruments exmined by all. whether they destre to purchase or not.- Every Pi ano som oy us suuii ue w-urrauieu iu k1" i-aiiMaciiuu in every respect may7 W A K FREEMAN. Extra Fine Pianos. AS my stock of Piano-Foitjs is very large, and several of them extra fina Instru ments, consequently involving a large ! amount of capital.- pwill offer great inducements In h or short time customers. I have, also, a large assortment t- -. . i i T": i: cin e. p . Ol Uliuani, awiiucuus, I luiius, :iuics, ki.rjngS, etc., ac, which will be sold unusually low, to make room for my Fall Stock. Also, a large and well selected stock of Sheet Music and Instruction Books, embracing nearly all of the new and popular piecies ot the day. A call is respectfully solicited at No. 88, Union street J. A. McCLURE. P. 8. Schools and Seminaries supplied on as reason able terms as any house in the United States. jIWbTRlrls: T f- -ntmnv TT ."TT-ri O. C. A1UX. y JKbrJK & ALLEN, (Successors to T. a Th,. x. u ' Wltolesaio Eorw8nd -Cossio, Nashville, Tenn' WE are just m receipt of the following Groceries: 200 hhds prime to choice Sugar; 150 barrels recoiled Molasses; 100 K do da 200 Loaf, Crushed, and Powdered Sugar 800 bags Rio Coflce; 25 bag3 Old Gov. Java Coffee; 60 bags Laguyra 75 barrels Macke do lackers!. Noa. 2 and 8- R(y4b&rrel& do do do 75 boxes Scotch Herring; 8 Tierce.' Figs; 100 boxes Raisins, assorted ; 150 Painted Buckets; 25 Nests Tubs; 150 box Tobacco, assorted brands: zuv,wu assonea Dranas ot uigars; ouu segs ct fians; - 300 Demijohns, ' 500 gro. Matches; 25 bags SS Almonds; ' 25 bags Pepper; ' ' ". 20 bags Spice; 8 casks Dutch Madder, -. ; 5 Ceroons best Indigo; 25 boxes fine Starch; . 56 do bar Soap; 100 do Star Candles; 50 do Tallow Candles; 100 do Cheese assorted kinds; LIQUORS. 500 barrels Pike and Wiltshire Whisky; 0 barrels Robertson county do 100 barrel Rye, Bourbon and Smith Reserve Whisky, With a general Stock of Brandies. Wines. Gin. A-c.tw gether with a supply of Longworth's Native Catawba lirandy and Sparkling Wine. marll. 56. BUROB A ALLEN. Fresh Arrivals OF GROCERIES AND LIQUORS. 100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint A M pintFlask 85 bbls Pow'd Loaf Sugar; 200 Demijohns, assorted; 50 bag Lag. Coffee; 525 bags llio Coffee; 75 bxs A JJ bis Star Can- 75 bbls Molasscc dies: 75" do; 25 bxs Stcrine 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 Tnhnrrn- 75 bis. prime Western R- 25 bbls No 2 A 8 Mackerel; 50 kits; 75 casks English Soda. 50 bxs Soap; 50 ' Raisins, 25K " do; 100 tegs pare White Lead; 25 bxs Ink; 20 bags Ginger; 75 doz.Painted Buckets; 1 cask Madder; 7 bbls Alum; 10 bags Allspice: 200,000 Havana Cigars, va rious Brands: 60,000 Melee ' do; 1,000 bags assorted Shot, 1, W0 lbs Bar Lead; 150,000 G.D.Per'nCaps; 3 cases Indigo; 10 bbls brimstone; 10 bbla Crackers; 25 bags Pepper; 50 coils cotton Cord; 20 " UemD dot 100 " Cotton Yarns; 50 bxs 0X10 A 10X12 Glass: 50 bx3 pul A rat hottlaa- 50 bxs quart Flasks; IRONS AND CASTINGS. 100 ton3 Rol'd Irofi, war'ted; 25 tonsass'd Castings; 30 " Bell's Ham'd Iron, ' 60 sets assortad Axes: 300 ham'd Plough M'lds; 500 " "Wagon Boxes 4000 lbs. A. B. Steel; 50o0 lbs. Cast Steel; 2500 " E.B.Stee!. 190 - Crawley Steel; 1500 " SpringSteel. LIQUORS, (IMPORTED.) 10 baskets Champagne Winn 10 bbls. Old Port Wine; 2 casks Shtrry do. 15 bbls pnreSweetMalaga Wine; 2 casks A. Signette Brandy; 1 pipe pure Holland Gin. Eagle brauds; 1 puncheon pure Irish Whisky: LIQUORS, (AMERICAN.) 800 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brauda 100 " Pike's Monongahela. do: 95 50 10 40 5 25 Smith's Reserve, do; Monongahela Rye; do; Gin; Brandy; Old Monongahela Whiskey, very line; Ale, Schuitzaud Walker's brands: All of the above willbe nold very low ut our old stand, corner of Broad and College Streets, by anl2 M'CREA A TERRASK. jons s, 2aut. nixuv uaet, ju a. w- iiacbae. ja HART, MACICAK & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS ACOSIMISSION MERCHANTS, Nos 7 and 9 South Market Mreet, Nashville, Tenn WE have just received and have in store a portion of our stock, consisting in part ot the following articles. 184 hhds fair to chice New l200boxes-arilirei Orleans Sugar 10 case Sherry Wines; 64 boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierce.. K:ee; 100 boxes and bbls Powdr'd 100 nests Market Baskets; Crushed and Loaf iu- 50 boxes mokd Hams, gar; zo nes.13 minted Tubs; 100 dozen minted Buckets; COO kegsNeiN.ass'd sizes; 100,000 fiue-gars; 10O boxes Tobacco, various brands; 193 bbls Molasses; 100 6 bbls do; 200 bags Coffee-. 300 packages Macke, ; 500 bags salt; 2j cnls 5IanniIlaK';t 25 casks Malaga V. in.-, 5 casks Sherry Win--. -'5 cav!3 Fresh Cove Oysters . ,irs oseortcd nckles; Dates ass'd Pie Fruits; 5 cinvjasbest Indigo; Vt) boTPi Stir Candles. 150 packages Jl R Itai.iii 20 trails I, ti Almonds: 200 assorted DemiiobcF: logeiuerwiib l'epper, f-pice. Nvli, Ac. jan29 HART MACRAE CO. JUST RECVIVKD AND FOR SALE BY RUSSELL, !COTT CO 400 bags prime Baltimore Coffee; 500 kegs Nails, assorted brands; 150 packages Star Candles; fO packages Opal Candlei; 75 packages Summer Mould Candles; 75 boxes Bar Soap; 100,000 Regalia Cigars, various brands; 50 boxes Tobacco, all jtrade; 50 packages Tea, very'fiue; oo casxs roda; 5 cases Matches; 50 dozen Painted Buckets; lo nests Painted Tobs; 300 reins Wrapping Paper; 150 boxes Glassware; 25 bbls Smith's Summer Ale; 100 bbls lUctified Whisky; 50 bbls Bourbon and Rve Whisky; 50 bbls Old Reert ed Whisky, 25 bbls Brandy, Gin and Rum; 20 bbls Tort aud -Malaga Wine, With all other artielcs usually kept in our liue of busi ness. aDr23 NASHVILLE STEAM STONE SAW WORKS. Walnut Grove, JEFFERSON STREET. QAMUEL UASLAM, having made important additions to uis Diiciunery.ana gre&liv increased hu fi 1m for manufacturing Stone ol every description, isenu.il in juiui oi uuisu unu uuraDiiity to any made in tne citv, and at as low prices, and giving his personal attention to the setting of tbe wo-k. he feels confident that he ctn give satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders, such as Setting Slone Front to Houses, to Sill, to Fencing to Step3, to String Cornice, to Wge Landing, to Saw nagging, to nusu Hammered flagging, to Curbing, to Cupmg, to Chimney Top, and all the branches of Stone uniting, ior casn. MANUEL HAS LAM. T" WISH to hire bix negroes fur tbe balance or ihe Tear L mai-ja iy SAMUKL HASLAM. iLKBSEW J. SMITH, NO.-45 BROADWAY, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. DSALEK I.V TENNESSEE IRON, CASTINGS, NAILS, STEEL, WAGON AXLE3, ELIPTIC SPRINGS. And another articles in his line of business, nhirh h nf. fers at Wholesale or Retail, low for Cash, at the above Hianu. teh2 iv SNUFF AND TOBACCO. Peter ILorillard, HAXDPACTCHia NO. 42 CHATHAM STKKET. NEW YORK. SUCCESSOR orP.NTiB A George Loeilhiid, offers for sale all kinds of SNUfF and TOBACCOS in general use for particulars, a Price Cubcixt cin be nhtainprt hv nrlniBinnn no nl..... 01.1.. I' ... 1. 1 1 I . ' . . J huuiguiuK pa .uuic. .1113 riiuuu-uuieut is one oi lue wuest 01 tne una in toe unud rilates. may 20 ly REMOVAL. THURSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. 16 Public Square, next door to Calhoun's, when. thv will be bappy to show th:ir customers a first rate stock of ury uooos, consisting ol mack, Urown, and Blae Broad Cloths; Black and Fancy Cassimeres; Vestings, Gloves. uwcii ui.lm, uaiiu&ci (.iiieia, -sc., AC. THURSTON Ai BERNARD, No. 10 Public Square, (Next door to Calhoun's.) WE now have on hand a beautiful stock of French and English Merini.s. Plain Plaid suaacd all wool UeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man chester DeLaines; Plaid, Red, Yellow and White 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. sepizo ti TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD OPEN TO BROAD STREET. ,N and after Monday, Sept lstlS56, Trains will run aslollows: GOI MjUTH. Mail and I'ass. Freight and Pass. Leave Nashville at 6.80, a. m. 8.15. e. u. Arrive at Thompson's 8.30, " 5 15, " GOING NORTH. Leave Thompson at 9.00, am. 550, p. si. Arrive at asnvuie lou " 7.15 Passengers from Nashville by the Moraine Train I.ro.v. fast at Franklin. The Stages of Carter. Thomas A Honsrh ennnpnt with Trains at Thompson's. Through Tickets to Memphis, ffarnwknm' Tuscumbia, Florence, Columbia, and Pulaski, can be pro cured at the General Stage Office under the VerondahHo 'eL a. ANDERSON. ang-W-tf o. En .nd s-n. VERAJNDAH HOTEL, OPPOSITE THE PCST OmCE, lsv NASHVILLE. THSWKssrk. Mi ACTON YOUNG SaperintendentJsliil. ? The Stage Office is kept at this house. klllUIII. liljlll, MISCELLANEOUS. S-N. HOLLINGrSWORTH, WHOLESALE DEALER IN NAILS, ' Iron, ! Heavy Hardware, COLLEGE STREET, CORNER OF CHURCH, Nashville, Tenn. aosxt roa the sourntaN ico axd nail tactobt, padccait. 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 1 will keep a large stock of at all times, and will furnish. the trade at the Pittsburg prices, with "freight added. S. N. HOLLINGSWORTH, jnnelg Corner College and Church sis. " NAILS I NAILS I ' "I ( ( ( KEGS asserted sixes, jnst received and A.MvJ'U for sale to the trade t Pittsburg prices, with freight added. S.N HOLLINGSWORTH, jncel2 North East corner Church and Colltgegts. IRON, IRON. "f ( TONS Puddled Iron from, Tennessee metal, , J- J or all sixes and shapes, for sale in lots and at P'?!l!.S,UItPnre,'1;Be- S-N HOLLINGSWORTH. J1"812- Corner College and Church streets I... . . TO MECHANICS. All just receiving a large lot of superior Boiler and TSheetlronof the varisug Nos., which will be furnished in Iota at greatly reduced prices. t ,o a S HOLLINGSWORTH, Junel2 Sm Comer Ctturchand College streets. NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL $100,000. (ALL PAID IN AND SECURED.) THIS COMPANY being fully organized, alwording to Charter, Is prepared to wnU Policies against LOSS or DAMAGE BY FIRE, on Buildings. Goods. WnrM MerchandisegeneraBy. Also, on shipments against loss or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland; Transportation on the most favorable terms. Life and Negro Policies granted at current rates; Orncr No.36, corner of Square and Cedar street DIRECTORS. ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY, ANTHONY W. VANLEER, JAMES W00D3. JOHN KIRKMAN, JOHN H. EWIN. HENRY HART, Jb., R, C. McNAIRY, THOS. W. EVANS, HUGH McCREaI WESLEY GREENFIEI.D- ALEXANDER PALL, President, Jakes Walker, Secretary. Nashville, April 30. b w e TE1W13SSJ3JE HIAKUVIi: Fire Insurance CoiJipany $15 0,000! OFFICE Nortu-West Corner of the PabUc 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. - Also, Marine and Rivir 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. U. GARDNER, N. K. ALLOWAY, W. S. EAKIN. JOSEPH VAULX, President A. W. BoTLsa. Secretary. sivw oct3 tf. WHOLESALE DEALERS AND MAHUTACTUBERS OF Gentlemen's Clothinff, No. 711-2, Public NASHVILLE, TENN. TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS. Our Stock of n:ntlemen's Ready Made Clothing for the Fall and Winter trade is now complete, embracing cei , vurietj ui s.ic auu luuric u ueiimuu in tue Eastern Markets. Ourbnsiness being strictly and exclusively confined to the Manufacture and sale of Clothing, enables us to offer greater inducement than any other bonwin tbecity, and should alone be xnlScicnt guarantee to ail who purchase Ready Made Clothing, that th-y can supply themselves with a much larger variety of styles and assortment of sizes, at a less price, by making their purchases direct from tne Jianuiacturers. ii. ii. llliUL'ii v A Y. A UO. augiO, '06 tf FIRST PREMIUM SEWING JIACIIINES, Nashville Sewing Machine Company Wos. 71 1-13 EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, XASHVILLE, IE.VXESSER I PHKSK Alichinn are now very jnitly ccnsIJured to be tho -a. Del in use, navint tau advantage or all outers in tne simplicity of Iheir contraction, .he ;prd andbeauiy of tbcll work, and the great Mrencth ut their cram. Unlike any others In use, they form a .earn with lwi continuous threads Irom nruinary spool, 01 cotinn, sue or linen maitinga Enoi 1 over) stitcn wnicn prevent, tna wore irom tipping under Dy clrcum. lances wnatever. The first and hlzhrst pre mlums have been awarded to the.o Machine! at all the leading Pain thrnuibcnt thlseoontry and Europe. and thetnventurnow rejotcej In the moreaab. vtantlal reward of the larseit pationagn ever bestowed upon anv Sewing-Machine In Europe nr America. Thev are of tho hinbeit flnbh.and of every variety of ftza andatjle, and adapted to all the wants of the dewing com munity. They are all oeur.l exclusively to the proprietors by let ters patent, and arxfree l"m all legal contioversy. Great calnabaa Icen usen iu adaoi mesa .uacnihes to riantai inn sewing, and tbey are now so simple, durable and ea.Ilyrun andteiiied by any person, that they aro entirely beyond coainetitioii for tbl work er for the manufactnrenf hen,v or lizbt basrs. for Corn or Wheat, no machinery tali ever been invemeu to surpui mro any person aller one hours practice can make from 400 to 7(Xi corn sacks per day n one machine. These machines ant also enuallv well adantni in tnemauuiaciureui oil v.inu 01 ciotnine, coarse or nne,as well as reneral sewinj, nulltlng, stltchlnz. Ac. These ma. chines are so arranted aa to maka the alitch anvleno-th h. sired, and to sew with ease any and every seam In any car men t, and the dnrabllltv. reauuirltv aud bcautvof dnth. cannot be equaled by any work accomplished by the most skillful hands. shall at all times keen on hand a ull mffirlm.nl r,t tnesemacnines.anil most repectrully Invite the pnbllcieii- oianj caii aua sou inem in use, ana give mem a carerul examination and bo satisfied that the half has not yet be-sn "u ueea ti MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY. rjpHE Director3nf this Company nw announce to the jl. ruouc, tout tnts lemewry nas Deen laid oil with suit able avenues and walks, and a portion of the rrronnd. subdivided into Family Lots, which are offered for sale Tbe map of the grounds can be reen at the office of Lmdeley A Crockett, where the public aro invited to call anil examine me fame. Tbe Company feci confident they coul l not hive made a more suitable location for a Cemetery in the vicinity ot Nashville, and pledge themselves to the public to spare no Rsrg &Sir' miiurjr ur jiuiub 11, uiaae it euuai ui nuj uewetery in tue Union, and such a one as Nabville may feel some pride in. The Cemetery is sow in charge ot a competent Super intendent, living on the gronnd, under whose direction in terments will be made in tbe best manner and at tho usual charges. The Directors of the Company are de3imus that the grounds should be visited by the citizens ol Nashville, and lor that purpose an Omnibus will leave tbe office of Linds ley A Crockett, at 4 o'clock, on Tuesday afternoon, the 8th inst and on every Friday afternoon thereafter at the ; same hnnr Tbe seats will be free. Iiadies and Families desirous of visiting the grounds, willbe called for at their reaidnces, by sending their cards to tbe President of the Company. . 1 A. V. S.LL.SD3LEYPres't C. W. Nasce, Secy. jy6 tf , . COPPER WARE. A-J- McBridc, COPPER, TIN & SHEET IRON WORKER, Nov 7, Peoad Srszzr, NASirYILLE, TENNESSEE. I HAVE this day purchased, the interest cf Mr. Henry McCaslin in the above business, and hereby tender my sincere thanks to all my oldtriendkand patrons for their liberality heretofore extended to the Cnc.aad would oust respectfully solicit a" continuance of favors from them, and wisn toinfoim all the world and tho rest of mankind" that I have on hand and for sals a rslend d lot (if COOKING STOVES,, of various patterns. Parlor Stoves for wood and ocaj, common and faney Grates, Box Stoves for churches, Hol low Ware of every variety on hand or made to order-Fur naces and Foot Stoves, entirely new patterns, Tin Ware of every description, suitable for bouse keeping. JOB WORK. I am prepared to do all kinds of Job Work; sttch m House Guttering, Rooting, or any other brasch pertaisis to that line. STEAMBOAT AND FURNACE W02K Myold friends of the River will find it to their ad ran tign to call and give me a hearing before bargaining slsswhers for work. ALSO, Sir sale, one pair second-hand ENGINES, cylin der 11 inches diameter and four feet stroke with water shaft and other fixtures, suitable for a light draught steamer, which can be bought on reasonable tanas. jnne!4. jei5 " BRUSHES. WE have just receired from New York small lot of the best Hair Brashes of extra good quality; Scrubbing Brushes, the best ever brought to this city Long handled Scrubbing Brushes ; Dusttcg- Brushes, various qualities ; Feather Dusters, plain and colored ; Blacking Brushes ; Hearth Brooms ; - - Plate cleaningBrushes; - Clothes Dusters; Velvet Brushes; Whisk Brooms; French Clothes Brushes, Mops and Cap Mops. August g, MACKENZIE A WILSON. . , BASKETS. W cSasilXt,7d 1 ne3ts exSra Urs"iMr Clothes Hampers la nests; Oral and round German Work Baskets ; Market Baskets. August 3. MACKENZIE A WILSON. I ' WOODEN WARE. PAXmt and Common Cfctha3 Pins; Plain aid" Rimmed Cocoa Dippers; Wooden Spoons and Batter Paddles Wooden Bowls and Trays ; ' Rolling Pins and Potato Mashers "gmtS- MACKENZIE A WILSON. ruvir cans. WE have a fall supply of ouroTa horns mida Fruit Cans, admitted to be the best in tbe market A"iP"3. McKENZtE A WILSON. JAPANNED H ARK. TEA and CoU'ee Canisters, all sizes ; Spiea Boxes, vari ous sizes and patterns; Preserving Kettles, Brass and Iron enameled; Jelly Moulds ; Ice Cream aad Podding Moulds -Sugar Boxes ; Cake and Bread Boxes ; ' Tea Trays, Oral and round, all gixis ; Britannia, Tea and Coffee Pots; Plated and Albata Forks and Spoons ; Handsome Caster, new patterns. August S. MACKENZIE A WILSON. BELL AND B I LASS FOUNDERY, Oa Front, ncarBroad St THE subscnoer resneciriillT-rrtnm hi thaaks to the" pablic for past favors, and so licits a cuuuuuance .oi patronage in the 'above line, also 4 COPPER AND SHEET TTtOV iIAVrrvir-rrroivn. Together witi every description of Metal: TnrniBgsl lf talic Packings; Balbit Metal and Castings. Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pumps", and Pumps ot every description manufactured to order, or repaired at short notice. Utah will be paid at all times for old Copper and Brwi in25-ti it. COLE. rvo HUMBUG. THE undsrsigned have purchased the Patent right of C H. Williams' h DOURLE ACTING BALL VAI.VR JFouce and ILift Puiiid. ror the States of Tenaease, North Carolina, South Uatoll ns, Georgia, Florida. Alabama; Mississippt and Louisiana. We have tested the Pump in all its recommended uses for ordinary purposes in wells, and as, fire engines; and hesi tate not to sayllut ft is superior to anrpunp now in me. It is simple and plain in us construction, cau be taken to p.eces or put together br any ordinary man. bUci or wuite. iu uaiiuininuiw. -joera is not a screw or Dot t about the pump; there is the least imaginable friction hence its durability. It is almost impossible for it to get out cf fix by usage. When used lor a well or cittern it can be converted into a FTra Engine in one minute, and by one rnaa water can be tutuHuutertiR, uuiesinouseiinuieicuBlrv. Uiiavalu able as a Flie Engine, aad especially in tbe country and country towns. It is equally well adopted to -all machinery. Railroad Tanks, Ac, and will, when km.wn, supenedo all other pumps. 1 1 can be used for either hot or cold water. Having fully satisfied ourselves as. to the capacity, va!u and utility ot the pump, we are ready to make Kile of the above territory by counties or States (except tho Western Oistneto! this State, which has been sold.; Wo eonfldnt. ly recommend the Pump to the citizens of the States men tioned, The Pumps are chop, and theirfere within the resoh of every family. tST Address PORTER A BRIEN,Nashvi!37eni; r RHES W. PORTER, apr25 tf JOHN S. BRlWf. fOR THE COUNTING 'HOUSE.' Arnold's-Wriling Fluid. Guyot's Carmine. Copying Books. Checks and Notes on all Hanks. Envelopes Steel Peng. Bone Folders Faber Pencils Pen Racks Bill Heads. PostOffiee Boxes. ' . - ' . -Gum iMricibge, anew article. " ' ' hUck and. W bits Rubber. Memorandum Books. B.ll Paper, Ac . Ac, forsale by JrSO CUARLB8 W. SMITH. fashions for august. " LESLIE'S GAZKTTK OF FASHION FOR AUQUST. receired and for satj by ng7 C?IARLE3 W. SMITH. Hemovsl SlNCKU.e fire, l!h.ASL A RUrU have recpen?d their PAINT SHOP on Cherry St. immediatlr cmooiin the Delivery Box of the Post OtScc 3hev ara njain fullr prepared Iq execute all orders for Paining. Papering asd to perform a'l kinds of imitation cf Wood snd Mar bis in thehighct style of art. BEASLYA RUTH. Jjil 5m HUGHES BROTHERS , AMJ3ROTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAOUERREAN AKTiSTS, 2G Uulon Street, Nashville. X MBItOTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, plain or colored in XX. Oil. and warranted as permanent as any other strle of Painting. Daguerrotypes, Sttneotcopic, Crayon or Vignette, and every other sty le or Pictures taken at this establishment in the highest style ot the urt and warrant ed to please or no sale. AJi mcoTiri'ES. Although theiie beautiful pictures were but reeentlv in. traduced by the subscribers in this ciy, thny have becoioa so popular that we have, at a very great expense, secured Ihe services of a celebrated Artist from New Vtrktoat tend to this branch ot the bnsiness exclusively. llltiat. AliUiiU T11K JUVENILES. Children can. by this process, have a f ilthful Hlrtn.-ia taken in a few seconds and warranted perfect or no charge w-.U be made. Brin; them aloog and have them taktn be- fore trjing elvwber jan"0 TO ALL rUAT ILVrK VKIIlCl.hS-AN INVALUABLE INVENTION. aV RARE CHANCE FOR, SPECULATION 1 rpHE ucderaigned are prepattd to sell the Eight ot X 'GARRfcTT'S PATENT OIL SOCKtT WITH AXLE CLEANER," fTr the State of Tennessee, or any part of the State, on terms, too, that will almost iniuiea fortune. This contrivance is inserted in the hub eta wheel, enabling a person to clean and oil tbe Axle thor oughly in an incredibly short space of time and without removing the wheeL 'With it, an Axle cannot become dirty, aud in lime, oil or labor, mote than twice the cost of the Socket will be saved every Tear It is adapted, too. to every kind of wheels in use, besides being simple, tificr tive, lasting ana cheap We challenge any one 10 find an individual who has used It that is disutiafied. In Alabama, rights for counties are going off" fast, st prices varving from (75 to $HiO In proper bund; the right for Tennessee will pay, through jadicioas a-tneies, from $3,000 to $ 1 5,000 per annum, if sold out by eeun lies, tbe purchaser from as an realize a clear profit vf at least eight times our price for the State. AH applications to be addressed to M. P. BLUE ACO- anglS dftwlm MjntgoBiery. Ala. LAW OFFICE. JM. WILKIN having been admitted to practice in . all the Courts of Tennessee andNew York, and bar Ing cermanently located in nasnvme, win attend to all matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted to him. tiffic No .70 Cherry street. novg .tf. P. Harris & Co., FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION STORS. DEALERS i.V Foreign & Domestic Wines, Liquors. CIGARS. Ac. JST THE HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS or t;uu.TKxritoi)UCE. i may25 tf Corner of Broad and Front rv TELit-tiltAt 11. THE Augusta, Atlanta snd Nashville Telegraph Use u now working through to Augusta, Ga., where it coa ntcts with other Lines' running North. East and South. This Line is now in good repair through from Nashville to Augusta and we expect to keep it so in future. We shall endeavor to pnt all business, for this Line, through, in the shortest time possibIe,and expect to be able to gira general satisfaction. )une22 b J. A. McCLURE. roarl9 ly. QaVlo U U. U. ULUXb, cap t.