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DRY GOODS.
New Wholesale House
ALLEN H."WASHINQT02T )
GEO. O O'BRYAN. f Lata with Morgan A Co.
CHAS. B. BRYAN, late of 1. H. Gordon i Co.
WASHIM6TQN, BRYAN & 60.,
istponrnri. JL.V3 waoyssits peambs ts
LINENS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES
HOSIERY, AND VARIETIES,
1TO. 65 N. E. CORNER PUBLIC SQUARE,
NA5II7IK.E, TE5.V,
(Adjoining lie ilethod!stFnb!i5hIcg House.)
WE invito the attention of merchants visiting Nash
rille to the above card, &ad inform then that we
we ao?r opening n
LARGE AND DESIRABLE STOCK
which will be arranged and read for sale about the 20th
.nut
We hire purchased onr Stock with great ere and most
ly for CAStf, and baring hid the benefit of long expe
rience in the business, we feel confident that we can offor
superior iadawncat3 to ssy merchant parchaslnj in this
nae!7 tf WASHINGTON, BRYAN A CO.
rpHE nndersignod era naw receiving, and will have
j. reaay ior oxntbition by the 20th instant, the
ULEGEST AHD EE5T AS30ETED STOCK OF
JUUilHCAN, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN and
SWISS FANCY GOODS.
Than toy hire ever hid theplcasnre to sboiv to'ths Betsll
Merchant. Thev hare snared 110 EG '113 nor ATHARU in rrot
tioff cp a Stock from which all classes
Mlect their assortnisnta. Thor have cmda krr lareat.
iQ4Jtn '"IT EVaWM IU
FINE GOODS.
They haro erer done before and rnstvrtfniir -n. n or
dination of tcir STOCK froa tkoEetuitr, y.ten visit,
inir tho mty believing thet wiifc
' VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT
And LO W PRICES, they will be able to offer Induce.
UKua hj mi. JHUKliAN & CO
Nashttus, Ang. IS. No. 49 Public Square.
Hisgk Douglas,
WHOLESALE SEALER,
NORTH HARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENN.
AM arranging for sale a perfectly new stock of Goo ds
M. la me isrge ware r;ooms oi u. & is. Uoujlav, situated
s faw Etens below the Naslmlle Inn It.
This itocic cinbraeca Ansericnn and Imported DBT
GOODS in large assortucnta, SMALL WAKES in mat
vnlcty and a So. 1 , assortment cf
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS. &c.
All of which I will cU at leas than Market Value, with
uo u nwjiiijj u.b esurc sloe oeioro reaoTing to the
lie tail Dsilcrsarc cost rssTiedfnnr mrt.4
ina this Stock, and are snared that they can make moner
-u? 20 3a.
HO. 63 KARSET STREET, KASHTILLE, TEH1T.
CoMmiisiosn Mercliaiits
AND MANUFACTURERS' AGENT3,
rOK THE SALE OP
Machines, Asrwnltnral Implements, Building
riHE encexed is a list cf such articles as may always bo
.a. iuuuu ok uicu Biurc, &ua at ua lowest casn prices:
illacliincs. ImnlcmpTit. a.t.
Threshins Machines, liorss t'OWera. Corn nnd flnhnniali
er, (Little Giant,) Felton'a Portable Grist Hill, Straw Cat
tots, Oorn Shcllara, Bedwell's Smnt Machine, Child's
Gi nin Separator, Well's Seed Sower. Corn Planters, Culti
vators, Harrows, Ploughs ef all kinds, Churns, Meat Cut
teis. Scythes, Forks, Kakei, Reaping and Mowing Ma-
ISuildinc JIntcrmlfi. &r.
Window Sash. Venitiin Blinds. KsrhnWzeA
tics, Window QlasH of allsiiea, Hydraulic Comsat, Plaster
Peris, Chain Pomps, Force Pumps, Garden Engines, Iron
v,uiura, wis ounvw, iron saies oi all sizes.
I'aint. Oils. &-r.
White Lad. White Zinc, Brown Zinc, 8tone Colored
x.iac, x-aiaw oi an ooiers. ratty, welting, Ltaaeed ou,
Lt rd Oil,- Turpentine, Varnishes, Mineral Paint, Glue,
ti Ti I. n ' . ri . ...... . . '
i aiui jjruwi&i, nozin, opperao, rainiilUJS, ftc AO.
Fertilizers.
Guano, and LindPlastor. Wekecpnlarge Btockofthese
Seeds.
Clover. Timothy, Bine Grass.Hord Grass, Orchard Grass,
Barter, to
We are also ajnla for Pease's Celebrated Escelaior Rail-
rxa liorse rower threshing Jlachines. wo have now an
assortment of these Machines cn hand, and will furnish
them at Manufacturers prices, transportation added. As
the demand will be beyond the supply, thoso who are in
went of them had better bay soos.
frb21 tf ARMSTRONG ft CO-
XASISOX STBATTtlX.
A. O. EWIXQ.
(srccEssoBs to SeraonB, Faksd.-q &
Co.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Commission andForwarding Merchants,
AND
DEALERS IN BACON AND LARD.
CORNER OF J1ABKTT AND CHUBCH STUEET8,
B.aviix.s, Tekx.
HAVING sold our entire interest in the Grocery, Com
misHcn and Forward'Og business to Messrs. Stratum
& cwicg. we recommftod them to onr customers aud
friends generally, a energetic and correct business men,
and solicit fur tnem the tntronaga so liberally bestowed
upon the retiring turn, wa will remain at the old stand
for the purpose of closing oar books.
may X7 ly. SKYMOUit. FANNING A CO.
Fresh Arrivals
BY
r A boxes 0 ranees, ia giod condition;
0J 25 boxes Iitmons;
50 baskets Cbampagne Wines, assorted;
10 J chestaGreen and BlackTeaa;
5 bjxes tine hewing Tobacco;
15 Smoking do;
40 gross Glased and Stone 1'lpe.t;
ISO bhls Summer A let
cases Clarets, assorted;
000 reams vv rapping Paper;
4 y, pipes pinellrii.sdy;
4 J-aibks Wme;
15 caioa i I etch Cordial;
26 " " Brandy Cherries;
1000 boxes Sardines, nod Jf;
150 pjciKj?i Kaisins alltiiet;
100 gtoi Patent Matches;
It 0,000 Regtlia Cigars, nssurtod;
15,000 Extra Pnncipec Cigars.
Country Merchant! will do well to oiamlim ourglOik
before parcbastBc elsewhere
mayB WB38EL & THOMPSON.
TTMCfcSU AttitlVAL. Of UKOCKKIES. 100
J? hbds prime to chuiee Sugar;
100 bbls Powdered. Loaf and CruhadSscar;
00 btl-i Reboiied Molasses;
100 h bbls do do;
&00 bags prime Rio Coffee;
75 b gi old oov. Java and Lsguyra Coffee;
40 bbls Mackerel;
150 boxes Mar Candles;
100 boaei Mould do;
S0 kega Kailg, aseoried;
100 djzen Buckets;
100 boaes Tobacco, assorted breads;
60,000 Imported Regalia Cigars;
t0,0o0 assorted brands do;
100 boxes Bar Soap;
SO bags Pepper,
SO beg Spice. Just received with a good assort
sest cf Grocirie, and for tale by
M A C F CHEATHAM.
LIQUOI1B.-250 bbis Piks'aMagaoUa Whisky;
Evo bbls N ctor WhisVy;
100 bbls itobinson Co dv,
to bbls Old Bmrboa do;
0 bbls Old Rye do;
E0 bbls Old Ueserva do;
100 bbls American Brandy;
0 bbls do Gin;
SO bbls Peach Brandy. FctkIo br
t?r29 M A K F CHEATHAM.
R. S. I10LL1NS &. CO.,
VTECLTBiLr TEiLttS IV
Boots, Shoes sssd Hats,
NO C4 PCBLIC FQCABE,
Jfet ieir to fTlttmcn't Pacer icr;
Are now in receipt of their Fall Stock of Goodsc?
forl336,to whicbttiey would respectfully invite,
the attention cf Mercbanis buvlD? hero. Knowing
that in prico. quality and extent of acsortmeot thev cat.
offar indnremeots cquel to any housein thociiy.
aug22 2m PO
Xd'TUE CONSUMKItS OK CORN MEAL IN
NASUYILLE,
HAVE startod a Mill in the city, ana wm Keep on
hnnA froth Meal, at No. 107. South Summer strwt
X orders attended to, and will sell at the lowest cash
citr. and will deliver to customers in hut part oi me
J. W. CARD WELL,
n.lS tf
Agent.
Pit E tA it ATION S I'Olt THE JilAiH.
TyooiJS' Ilair Restorative, all sites ;
' Lycn's Katbairon ;
Barrr's Tricopbe roas ;
Brgle's hvperion Flnid;
Mrs. Allen's 1 1 air Kestom' ;
Pomade, Crystahne ;
Philocon- ; . , ,
Stick Pomatum, io , ic. Jast reeeived and for oals
j gPtSJ STRETCH A PECK.
" ltitL'Mu;.
FREXCH, English and Amenoae Hair Bruches ;
Clotho Brasbts, some very fine ;
Infants Hair Brosh?i, large assortment;
Teeth Brushes, best quality ;
Flesh Brushes, all kinds ;
'"fail Bruiher, of all psttorns ; received and far sale by
eept 6 STRKTCU A PECK.
T EATUER DrinkiLg Caps ;
5 a Travelers Companion ;
Lamp Wick and Chimneys;
Lnbins ExtraUi, Poer Puffj. Jujube Paste, and
o.., . in it rw?irpd ana lor saie oy
- ",T ' J STRETCH A
PECK.
KINS.
A MOST certain and palitable remedy for Constipa.
A Uon of the dam and habliud 1 CosUveneM. fte
Mived and for sale by STRETCH A rtlik,
sept 6 Dregpst coraer CoUcge and Union street.
r : ; TTi " P
1856. MASililOTH STUCK W6b.
OF
FALL & WINTER STAPLE & FANCY
DRY-GOOD I
NO. 70, POBLItf SQUARE, NASUYILLE.
We ara.ln full receipt of our stock of Fall and Winter
Staple and Tancr, and Domestic Dry Goods, coroprising
by tar lue largesv bujc& eier iuiyjibeu ua, wuaaiiug
of a very large line ot Ladies' Drees Goods of entire new
styles of French, English, Italian, Scotch, and American
XQ&nox&ciarea; new uijis fuuua iur iuiuwiu cunnivu
da Rhine, Gro de Nap, Foulard Sllka ; Fancy Dress Silks
of entire new styles. Our stock cf this line of Goods is
Ecpcrior to any erer imported by no, and very attractive
Icr me cuy ana country irautf. n una uwus uuu
ir.-.idpries. nf -nil nmnbers and a general ranre of prices.
Our KlocK oi ianqy unoas. generally, isniaao op ui iaieai
tmnnTtntinnii and stvlen which are entirely new. differing
from any former season, and much handsomer; and at
ranees waicn must ne aiweciner aausiaciunr iu u urao.
..... . TVJI.li 7m. aTi llwmnH n Tl rl
Tfnj on ninthn imA Cassimeres. cf rerr tuperior quality
and a general rango of prices ; English Beaver Cloths of
the best makes, for overcoats; Pilot, Beaver, Whirlpool,
Lyon, and Buffalo Coatings; uianteis ana uians:ei lioav
Intra of virv rradfl.
variety; a large line of Satinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, and
IjloaKS nnu iiumuii uioiua in uu cuiuis, iur in
- . .n . m.iL. c .. 1 1 l r
dies' Olosks and Talmas; Worsted Talmas for ladies and
miscm. Al.v Ureases tor misses
Fancy l'rints. French, English, and American
Fancy Prints, of all thedlfferent manufactures and widths.
mace ana suua cuiur-u r uuis.
Plaid Iiinsovs. Oaehmsre Plaids small and large.
of ail Dricea and the best makes, all wool.
UloauiEga. large ana email rigcrca ana riaia
Cloakinirs. oi every Quality : Silk and Worsted Sargeand
Fancy Linings; Alpacas, pure Mohair, and Silk and Mo
hair larpo eteck: Ccbure?. DeBace and Dalanes. Ac Ac
Plaids for Women's Dresses, Huntsville Plaids
for servants' dresses bright colors; Eastern Plaids a
largs stock; small checked and striped Shirting; heavy
Kerseys, Linseys and Jeans, &c, Ac.
llomcstics. Bleached and brown Domestic, cf all
widths; Bleached and brown Drillings; Brown Sea Is
Imn Domestics: heavy Osnaburcs. Ac.
Trimmings, &c, &c Oar stock of Trimmings
end Varieties is very large and compute, comprising
cTorr Britain that Is nauallv sold.
We will continue to add to our s ock throughout the
season new style Goods, which we will sell upon tne most
favoreble terms to prompt aeaters.
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.
No. 70, Public Square, Nashville.
aug24tf
NEW WHOLESALE HOUSE.
BBANSFORD, 'WHiRTER & CO.
IMPORTERS ABU lVJUOIiKSAl.t;
DIULKH3 IN
Forsiern and Domestic
DRY-GOODS
NO, 71, 2nd DOOR ABOVE CITY HOTEL, PUBLIC
SQUARE, NASHVILLE, TENN.
TTTE are now receivine and onenine for the Fall
V V Winter trade, the most desirable stock of Staple
and Taney Dry Goods ever offered to the trade of
TennpssMt or the adioinin? States, comprising- in part.
splendid Flounced Silk Robes, Rich Dress Silks, in great
variety, ptatn oiacK anacotorea ouis, uma xnuimiaga iu
great v anety and choioe 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 Doeskins, fancy
HllK ana riusn esiings, togeiner mm u wrgB una vi aib.
irm Hod Rtid Oostinfr Blankets. Tweeds. Jeans. Ac. Ac.
Wa invite the attention of Merchant Tailors especially.
to our Stock cf Cloths, Casstmeres and Trimmings. Also
the attention of Iron Manufacturers to our Stock of .Negro
Blankets, Negro Kerseys, striped ana r lain usnaburgs.
Havinir rjurchased the maiority of our goods for cash
we are prepared to offar rare inducements to either cash
or short time punctual aeaiers.
We invileall merchants visiting onr city to a careful ex.
animation of ourstoeKana prices.
auglS BRAN3FORD. McWHIRTER A CO.
Carpet Hall Up Stairs.
IS. C. m?NAIUY & Co.
WILL open to flay and to morrow ONE HUNDRED
PIECES OV
THREE PLY & INGRAIN CARPETS,
bomrhtat aforced auction sale in New lork.
Tbero wc warrant fqoal in quality and cheaper in price
than any hitherto otJctea in tnis marset, ana we are de
termined to sell them correspondingly low.
We will, r.t the samatiine, be opening many new goods
in staple and fiucy Im&a, and wilt continue to open and
receive all the novelties of the season, as fast as they ap-
pesrin erv ior.
R. O. McNAIRY & CO.
auglf. No. 55 College Bt.
A GOOI RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
WE offar for sale a desirable and commodious Dwel
ling, with a good Kitchen, Servants Rooms, Stable
and Carriage house, nil of brick.
The lot li?s on the Franklin Tarnpike, in the city, and
100 feet lront. tor tertnaappiv 10
aoe2 LlSDSLEY & CROCKETT.
DESIRARLE CITY PROPERTY FOR
SALE.
BRICK RESIDENCE, No. 100 Odar street LotfronU
72 feet on Cedar street, and extends back 261 feet to
a SO feet Btreet. Free of t- xation.
Brick Houec, corner of Hycea and Knowles streets,
West Kaahvill?. Lot fronts 50 feet on Knowles streets,
and extends buck on the line of llynes street, 152 feet to
a 20 feet alley.
Frame Reiidenca. No. 40 South Summer street Lot
frcnta 52 feet on Summer street, and extends back 170 feet
or more to alalcetalley.
Brick Residence. Xo. 78. North Summer street.
Two beautiful Cotlace Residences in Ewing's Addition
each lot fronting 65 fset on Kwing Avenue and extending
back 180 feet to a 10 feet alley. Price and terms of pay.
raent extremiv liliernl.
Brick Residence with eight Rooms, Porches, Ac with
Grcps Arbor, Carriage Honss, Stables and Cistern, cor
ner of Washington and Pearl Etreets, South Nashville. Lot
lroma H j teet on x-eari street ana exignas luck ibuiaei on
the hna of Waehineton street to a 12 feet alley.
Double Frame Bouse on Grundy streot, West Nashville.
liot tronts SO feet on urundy street
Persona wishing to procure a home, or capitalists do
sirine an opportunity for prohwble investments, are
iuvited to call at the offics of the undersigned and learn
lull particulars relating 10 meubove list ot property.
A. B. SHANKLAND,
ang2 tf. Of2oe No. 25 Cherry etreet,
FOR SALE.
OAKLAND SIILLS AND PLANTATION, ON
TER3IS XO SUIT PURCHASERS.
NE of tho most desirable Farms and Residences in
J Montgomery county. Tennessee, 5 miles North of
ClurksviHe, coniatninc e.'gut nuaurea acres oi very ior-
tile land, witn coon t iour, uorn, ana saw aims, on tne
West Fork, all in good running order- Largo and con
venient Brick Dwelling Ucurej, all necessary offices and
cut ceases tn complete oraer.
-Refer to V. ti, Lennedy and John 8. llart of Clarks
ville, Tsno.
aogl7-2ai JOHN W. BARKER.
NAPOLEON AS I1U8UAND AND LOVER.
WE PUBLISH SATURDAY, AUGUST 16,
THE
CONFIDENTIAL CORRESPONDENCE
or THE
EMPEROR NAPOLEON
AND
IcclcdiDg leltera from the llDe of their marriage until the
death of Joeepbtne, and also several private letters Irom
the Emperor to hU brother Joseph, and other important
persontgea. With numerous illustrations. By John 3.
O. Abbott, author of tho History cf Napoleon, Ac 404
pp., i2mo. Prioe $1 25.
JUST PUBLISHED,
THE HUMOROUS POETRY OF THE ENGLISH
LANGUAGE, FBOll CHAUCER TO SAXE. Narratives,
Satires, Enigmas, Burleeques, Parodies, Travesties, Epi
grams, Epitaphs, Translations. With notes explanatory
and biographical. By J Parton. 1 voL, IStno., 6Si pp.
Price$l 60.
"All that thero is of graceful gaiety, barmlees wit, and
sterling fun in 'lie thcrttr poems of the English language,
ia here embodied." Pflrenoiogical Journal.
"Take itnp when m a merry mood, and you shall find
sometbingtberein to jump with your humor; when jaded,
or hot, or cut of temper, and tan to one the pleasant dose
will revive and do you pood." fN. T. Albion.
MASON BltOTIIERS,
augl8 PUBLISHERS.
fOSandllODuane street N.Y.
The Shaving oan.
VROOM Ar FOWLER'S WALNUT OIL,
MILITARY HUAYING SOAP.
Ij VERY THING sought by the most fastidious in this
j branch of the toilet, and essential to a "good shave,"
wilt ba loand upon trial combined in the above named ar
t:c
Unas new osea in the market 12 years, and the thous
ands v; ho have utcdit can testify to its surpassing and
agreeable qualities. Ii is without doubt the best Soap in
the world. The genuine bears Vroom A Fowler's slgna
ture in facsimile, and is only minufaclurcd by John B.
Vroom, (successor, i
Sold in Nashville by 1 Vc.l, A. J!. Roeoe, O W.
Hendershott, Jo. G. Brown, and in Nets- York by dealers
generally. Julyl7 3m
CORN MEAL Fresh und go J. n hand all the time
and forsale low for cash at J . M . HAWKINS,
msylS Agent.
HITE WINE VINEGAR. A iuperb article,
far Pickles aud Table ufo, just received and for
ea!e by J. M. HAWKINS, Agent,
maylB Odd Fellows' Hall..
THAT LEBANON FLOUIt. Always on hand
the finest article manufactured in the United States,
and for sale low for cash by J. M. HAWKINS.
rauvlS Agent, OddFellows' Hsll.
t OLDEN SYKCJP. 1 have just received a splcn
VTT did article of Golden Syrnp from St. Louis, and for
sale low for cash nt J. M. HAWKINS,
maylS Afsnt, Odd Fellews'Hall.
SOUTHERN. LOTTERY J
0.i.tIieHatrjasi'aJPIais : :
JKORE I'RIZES THAN SHANKS ! ;
7.&05 Prizes.
Only 15, COO Numbers ! - Jf ,
PRIZES PAYABLE WITHOUT DEDUCTION! ,
JASPER COUNTY ACADEMY ' JLpllERY; ,
nr Aunioiurr or the siats op geolgia. : I
CLASS K. '..'
To be drawn on -;
MONDAV, OCTOBER 15TH, 185C," ,
At Concert Hall. Macon, Ga,. under the Sworn Super
intendence of CoU Geo, M. Xogan and Jus. A. Nisbet,.
Esq.
Pntmnawill nlease examine this Schema cirefullv
compare it with aay other, and if it is not the best ever
olieiea, anauieciaaces to cu:ain vyapiiaisur ceutr.aun i
purchase Hotels.
CAriTAX f!5,000.
1 PrireOf flo.OOO is 15,000
1 5,000 13 5,000
1 2,000 13........ 2,000
2 " 1,000 are 2,000
5 " 500 are 2,600
75 " 100 are,. -.. 7,5i0
20 Approximations of.... $50 nre.. " fl.OOO
0 " .... 25 are 1,250-
50 .... 0 are .1,000.
100 " .... 10 are.... 1,000-
7,600 Priies of ?3$ am C3,7E0
7,805 Prizes, amounting to $102,003
133" Tickets 10; Halves, 5; Quarters, 1 2 50.
Th7 Knn Priras nf SVT. are determined by the number
which draws the $15,000 Prize if that number should be
snodd nnmbcr. then every odd number ticket in the
Scheme will be entitled to 53 50; if an even number, then
every even number ticket will be entitled to ts so, in aa
dition to anv other Prize which may be drawn:
r urcnasers in cuymg an equal quantity ei oaa ana even
number tickets will be certain of drawing nearly one-half
tbo cast of the same, with chances ot obtaining ctco;
Fnies.
All those tickets ending with 0, 2. 4, C. 8, ore even all
those endlnz witn l. a. 5.7. v. are oaa.
Persons sending money by mail need not foar its
bein? lest Orders punctually attended to. Communiva
tions connaentiai. uanc .notes oi souua tan&s uiieu ui
Rar.
13 iuose wisniu p&riicuiar uuuiuei. uuuuia uiuci
lauvine, lenuesied, win Daprompur uitaiura m
septl7 Manager, Macon, Ga,
MAMMOTH SCHEME 1
CAPITAL PRIZE
$ 5 0,0 O OS
ALABAMA LOTTERY.
Authorised by the State of Alabama.
SOUTHERN
MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY I
CLASS II.
To be drawn in the City of Montgomery, Alabama; ia pub
lican iiuuAi, uur.iu, itw6, on me
PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS I
SAMUEL SWAN, Manager.
PRIZES AMOUNTING TO
200,000 Dollars !
will be distrlbnted according to the following unrivalled
Scheme.
Prize of. . .
$50,000 is
sco.ooo
20,000
20,000 is
20.000 is
10,000 is
10,000 is
5,000 is
2,500 are
1,000 are
500 are
800 are
200 are
100 are
20,000
10.000
10,000
, 6,000
. 5,000
2,000
10,000
, 15,000
2
2
20
CO
76
15,000
10,000
100
125
60 are 7.5C0
APPROXIMATION PRIZES.
4 prizasoftlOOapproxi'ating to $50,000 prize are $1,600
4
800
250
25,000
1,200
1,000
8C0
4
4
4
4
a
8
80
200
800
2o,oeo
10,000
10,000
6,000
2,500
1,000
600
800
200
02
175
150
CO
40
85
25
20
700,
600;
480
20
2,'S00
6000
C,000
1.000 prizes amounting to
1200,000
WHOLE TICKETS, $10; HALVES ?5; QUARTERS,.
The Alabama and Georgia Lotteries, as channels for in
vBEtmpnt nrescnt inducements over any known scheme.
The experience the publio have bad of the management of
these liOttenes, tne large amountui priz;somu, mo i)iuuij,i-
ness wita wnicn tney nave Deeu paiu, aro iuu um guar
antees that they will always be conducted in the most
honorable manner.
PLAN OF THE LOTTERY.
Thrrn are SO.000 Tickets numbered from 1 to Sy.000,
There are 8S0 full Prizes and 620 Approximations mat
intr in nil 1000 nrizes.
The drawing takes place in public, under the superin
enriffnrn nf two aworn Commissioners.
The Numbers irom 1 to 80.000. corresponding with
those Numbers on the Tickets printed on teparute slips of
paper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and placed in
one wneei.
The first 8S0 Prizes, similarly printed and encircled, an
n1-iyH in another wheel
Tho wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn
from the wheel of Numbers, and at the same time a Prize
is drawn from the other wheel, une number ana rnze
rtraim nnt are oncnedand exhibited to tbo audience, and
registered by tho Commissioner, the Prize being placed
against the number drawn. This operation is repeated
until nil thn Prizes are drawn out.
AoimnnMATios Peizes. The two Drecedinc and tie two
BnrrMdinir Numbers to those drawing the first aSOPrizjs
will be entitled to the 620 Approximation Prizes, according
to toe Scheme.
IN ORDERING TICKETS.
Ennlnsethe money to our address tor tbo Tickets order
ed,on the receipt of which they will be forwarded by first
mall.
Thn List of Drawn Numbers and Prizes will be sent to
Durchassrs immediately after the drawing.
XUrCUascIo wmp;MC miw iucu "'h . h..w
their Post Office, County and State.
pgr Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable
in full without deduction.
g?" AH prizes of $1,000 and under, ptid immediately
after ilb mi'ving other prizes at the usual time of thirty
dayp, in fail without deduction.
All communications strictly confidential.
Orders for Tickets shonld be sent i a early.
Prize Tickets cashed or renewed in other Tickets -i
elth-tr office.
Orders for Tiokets can be addressed either to
8. SWAN & CO., Atlanta, Ga ,
8. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.,
septl9 or J. Y. HUGUIXS, Box. 3 Nashville.
. i ill.l.... M;ia Il.ni. cim.tnrAn P.n 1.1 r.l
$4O900
BE HAD FOR $10!
TO
PRIZES GUARANTEED.
THE FORT GAINES ACADEMY LOTTERY,
TO BE DRAWN AT ATLANTA, Georgia, on Saturday,
Sept. 27,1856, with its
BRILLIANT CAPITALS OF
$40,000 !
$10,000 ! !
$10,000
1 1
S5,000 ! ! ! !
$1,000 !!!!!
$1,000!!!!
&c, &c.,&c.
Offers unprecedented chances to purchasers.
Purchasers, in buying two Whole Tickets (odd and
even numbers) are guaraateed to draw $3. (Halves and
Quarters in proportion,) with chances at the other mag.
nilicent Prizes.
Orders should be sent In early.
WHOLES, $10; HALVES, $5; QUARTERS, ?2 50.
Orders can be addressed to
S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Ga.
S. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
or J. Y. HUGGINa,
scp123-tf Bo 8, Nashville.
Kir For further particulars seo Scheme m another
column.
Sewanee House,
COLLEGE STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor,
(LATE OT 1THEK SPRISOS.)
n,-i- iimIii tn h ahle to make his house worthy cf be
ing patronized by the public and promises that no pains
ahallbo spared on his part, to ment tho approbation of
4l, t,n4f fjv.irhim vTHIlineir DairuHaire. o im-
pectftilly solicitsafiaioi mauouao.
WM. ROBERTS.
leoaii aiwsw 1 1
ATEW J11CE. 1U tierces new wee junreceiieu v
-v.. s : j .r
llnnread. and for sale by J aoo,
septCO lw
S. E. cor. College and Spring sis.
1 j ( UAUS bmith S Ueden s uira c jinny xumr, j.
IUU received and for sale by
X rece"eu,u jOYlNTBrRNE&NOLEN,
Iei9 tf Broadway.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE AT NIG 111.
Besij. P. Shields
WILL HOLb DCRISO THE SEAS03 HIS REGULAR EVEXIXG SALES
OF DRY-GOODS AND VARIETIES,
On WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAY8 of each week, at
early gas-light. BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
sepi2S tf 42 Public Square.
FEATHERS WANTED.
THE highest market price will be given for nc
Feathers. BENJ. F. S11IELD3.
sept2S tf 42 Public Square.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale my Hou3e and Lot in Edjefield, j
within ten minute s walk of the Public Square.
The Lot fronts one hundred and forty-five feet on -I
the Gallatin Turnpike, running back two hundred aud
fifty feet to a street. The improvements consist of a com.
lortaoie urtcz uweuing,. iviicuen, iiaici u, at., m..
Terms libsral. Apply at No. 65 Public Square.
srpt23-lm A. H. WASHINGTON.
rHE subscriber bas recently taken this well
known establishment Is refitting and thor- Uy;m
oughly renovating it, and hopes soon to have it in
such condition as not to be inferior to any bouse in thip
city. The Proprietor hopes by his exertions and th xa c 1
i.:.'..i.4t..t fxti- nmrfHnek. who formerly presided at
Gr'EOOiERIESi
WUOLESAiteGROCER, COMMISSION AND
i ua w & Ai.iu . ,
DEAUB IS
BR ANDIE5, WESES, CIGARS, AC.
C o'mer of Spring and College street.s,
NASBTHiS, TEsyESSSS.
:a
GROCERIES.
BUDS, prime to choios Sugar;
100 bbh D. R. Crushed do;
25 " " Powered do; -
200
20bxs " Leaf do;
100 bis Reboiied Molazscs;
100 half bbla do do;
200 bigs prime Rio Coffee;
100 ' Lsguyra do;
40 " ola Java Coffee;
eobb's 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 Flllberts;
10 do English Walnuts;
100 whele, half and quarter bxa Raisins;
20 cases Sardine3:
200 whole, half and quarter boxej Star Candles;
I'oo boxes uiass ware;
200 boxes Virginia Tobacco;
lCitO kegs Nails, Brads and Spikes assorted;
50 bbl3 Cincinnati Rectified Whisky;
50 " Old Bourben do;
so " " iionongnanaia do;
25 . " " Rye do;
50 ' "American Brandy;
10 " N. E. Rum. -
Also a large Stock of fine Cigars, Brandies, Wines, Ae.
Just received and for saie by JO. EDWARDS.
may lt,
Wholesale and Eetail Confectioners,
NO. 45 UNION STREET.
TTAVE on band a very choice assortment of Candies of
JUL ail kinds. Cakes, Nuts, Preserves, Pickles, Catsups,
t ardines.lJrandy i nuts, lie t ruits, Pine Apples, Oranges,
Apples, and everything ot tne cind nsuauy Kept in Con-
lectionaries.
They aleo deal in WINES and LIQUORS, Al. Ciqaes
and Tobacco, of the very best brands'
Thai, H.lrdrr I, Apant Ih. hol in 1h. 4. notara ntnrtwm
and they arc prepared to furnish fresh Light Bread and
UracEersoi tne nest quality at tne lowest prices.
Furnished by them ou the shortest notice, with Caxei
n..t-n.,:nAAa J'a J.M 4k. t.UI...I .1.1. .r 41...
LfU141UUl.l4Jua.lCa, Ul 44.-, 114 4U,44IUt4 B44,U1 WC Bl
Bir. iiongnnrst, wno nas cnanre oi tne manufacturing
Department, bas received several Diplomas in New York.
for the best articles in hU line, exhibited at State Fairs.
and is one of the most skillful Confectioners in the coun
try. d23;
S ELF-VENTILATING REFRIGERATORS J
FRUIT PRESERVERS I
J. DOYLE & CO.,
NO. 43 FRONT STREET.
TTAV1NG become Pronrietors of the Patent fi
lt State ofSUHOOLEYB CELEBRATED SELF.VEN-
T1LAT1NU. MJiAT. fftUVI-jlUN. AND rRUli Kt;.
HEKYr.lt. now oiler them to the AS3hyille DUbuc.
Thisarticieis bouua tosuperceaeeverytuingoi the Kind
in use. itseroatsdvantacesbeinz toostronelvaonarentto
ba doubted. Bv means of the veutilation. the preservinc
chamber is warranted to be always dry and entirely free
from mould, must or impure tiavor, witn a current ot cold
dry sir passing turongn it continually an accomplished
with the usual quantity of ice.
Kverv house Keeper snonia give wis article a trial, and
no one win consent iu ue nuuuut.ii..
We have differentsize o suit our customers.
aplO-tf J. DOYLE A CO.
S. 8. BO TLB. FRED'S OOULZ.
New lork. Cincinnati
BOYLE & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF
FRENCH BRANDIES AND WINES,
BONDED WAREH0U3E, No. 4, Cohmxecial Stout.
Distillers of Alcohol Cologne and Neutral Spirits, and
all kind3 of DOMESTIC LIQUORS. Also dealers
in Old Bourborn, Rye and Monongahela Whiskies.
Nos 5, 57 and 5S Second Street,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
T IOUORS AND WINES IN UNITED
i j STATES BONDED WAREHOUSE. Through our
, 4 If 1 .fV .Tl 1..... ........a .
IHr O O JUj 1C, Ul .1. A illi. "-"J " u' mauc Mti;ufM4 o ui-
rangementsforthe the importation of Foreign Liquors and
Wines. We have just received a large supply, to which
we invite the attention of the trade. Our facilities are such
ns to pnnhle us to sell at low Drices. BOILE A CO..
tiar29 ly Ncs 55, 57 and 59 Second st., Cin., O.
LYOWS & Co.,
IMPOBTECS Or AXD WEOLESALK DEALERS IX
Havana Cigars, Tobacco,
AND ALL ELND3 OP
Foreign Wines, Liquors, etc.
No. 19 CEDAR St.,
NASHVILLE, .TENNESSEE.
TO THE FUULIC.
WE have now on band and are constantly receiving a
Dew and well assorted stock of
HAVANA CIGARS. TOBACCO, FOREIGN WINES
AND LIQUORS,
Which we are offering to the trade at prices much
lower 'ban thev can he had from any other house in the
city. Our stock consists of the finest brands cf Havana
Cigaes now in the market ; Bbascies, which for flavor
naot be surpassed, and imported by ourselves direct
through the Custom Jiouse to this city; "Siurrt, Port and
Madkbu Wises; warranted pnro and of the best qualities,
with a full assortment of Whiskeja, St. Croix and Ja
maica Rum, Holland Gin, and all other kinds.
XS To Country Merchants we offer the best induce
ments to purchase from ns; our stock ib large and always
new. To prompt customers, Eastern time will be given; to
cash buyers we give every advantage. All orders by let
ter or otherwise will always meet with prompt attention.
LYONS A- CO.,
jy 22 19 Cedar St
miAMPAGNE WINE.
WE htvonowon hand
100 baskets Canceaux and Fib, quarts and pints.
50 " Lelegard A Co., " '
The above two Wines are unsurpassed in tiavor and are
now used throughout the Union more than any other
Wine. We have been appointed by the Manufacturers,
sole Agents ftir the iSouth.
Also, 2o D&SKeuuaraea uovai, quarts ana pints.
80 " Ueidieick A Co. ' "
Tor sale at reduced prices by LYONS A CO.,
jv22 19 CtMlarst
JU'lTKItS.-
yrTE are alse Agents tor Mills, Uostetter A Dr Greens'
VV AromatieStomach Killers. 100 boxes a?sorted, now
inetoro. hluasfiUU..
jr22 19 Cedar st.
SM7miNG AND CHEWfNG TOBACCOS.""
"Y7"K have ju.st ri-cei?e d
Y V
CTIIWIXil TODACCCS.
SUOSIXQ TOBACCOS.
50 bales Pocahontas ;
50 boxes "
25 bbls cut and dry;
80 gross " "
Assorted in papers.
10 boxen Natural Leaf;
10
Yellow Jacket;
G. W. Smith's
Wedding Cake;
Honey Shuck;
Assorted brands ;
"r.
5
all of which we warrant of
the bectqualilire.
jy22
LYONS A CO.,
19 Cedar St
PRINCIPE CIGARS.
q f t f r Genuine, just received, and import
Z V ) U J KJ ed expressly for this market, by
1 . LYONS A CO.,
j522 19 Cedar St
TO ARRIVE.
WE are daily expecting a large lot of the celebrated
Pan-Cake and Rough and Rrady Chewing Tobac
co. AIfo, 10,000 Nicotiana Londres Cigars, and 20,
000 other brands of tho finest qualities and flavor.
jv22 LYONS A CO, 19, Cedar st.
SUNDRIES.
WE always have a full supply of Fancy Articles,
usually kept in our line, consisting of Liquor
Flasks, Walking Ctines, Cigar Cases, Snuff Boxes, Cigar
Lighters, War Matches and a splendid assortment of
Meerchaum, Powhattan, Enamel, Glazed and other Pipes,
with a large variety of other Goods. LYONS A CO.,
iro-2 Cedar st
A POSITIVE CURE.
T"TTHAT fo'jie use of paying doctors' bills when you
V V can got eo easily cured of Diarrhoea, Dysentery,
Cholera and all of the other Summer bowel complaints
now so prevalent, oy using Lioxs' Cholera Medicated
Br cvdt, which is warranted a sure and speedy cure and
preventive, never having failed in any single instance,
which can bo prjvcd by the many'certiHcatea of well
known citizens, tf be seen at our store, and by givingit
a far trial. For sale by the bottle or dozen at the Sole
Azencv tnd Proprietors in tne united ataws,
- i vnvo t. nn in
jy2
LYONS A CO.. 19 Cedar st
Fiasios, Pianos.
WE have received Fourteen more new Pi-ano-Fortes
from these unrivalled ma-
ten. Lipht. Newton A Bradbury, and Haines
lira's, wnicfc makes cur stock very large and desiraable.
Vi e would bo pieasea to nave inese uuirumenis exmiuea
by all, whethtr they desire to purchase or not. Every Pi.
ano sold by us shall be warranted to give satisfaction in
every respect may? W A R FREEMAN .
Hew Flour.
THE attention of the citizens of Nashville is invited to
one of the finest articles of Flour sold in the city,
made by J NASA Thornhill, at Tyree Springs. Having
been appointed sole Agent for the sale of this Flour in
this city, I invite tbnso wto desire a superior artiele to call
atmyBakery, No 67 College street, near the Planters'
Bank. The price is believed to be lower than any such
Flour can be procured eliewhere.
Kiint9 tf A. J. HUUiitO.
Wa m m o t ii
1 'f i7 SR7 STABLE.
T HAVE tken, and will herealter keep the MAMMOTH
I LIVERY' STABLE, on Market street, heretofore kept
by Noel A Blakemore, Horses and Carnages furnished
at all hours and at reasonable price i.
Boarding horses taken on 3EKErx,
Naahvil'le, May 25, 185S ly.
Sxtra Family Flour.
BBLS. Mivwn's beat Flour, jnst rweiied and for
Ms sale by
junel9 JOYNT, BYRNE ,A N0LEL.
GrROQERIES.
r. & scsGi.
JBUKlxE & ALLEN,
Successors to T. C. Buroe & Co 1 '
Var4AlRala flw4.. 41.
w.wm.4. 1 WW . a ui a. 01172
and CoBusiistioa
And Dealers ia Brandies. Oiaan. TfAw,
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND SPRINO stSpvto
nr..vm. if
44N1I1111B leuji
WE are just in receipt of the following Uroceri-s
AAA tit. J m . V. . i' . O
auv uuiiaLtiuiv w cuoica ougar,
160 barrels reboiied Molaases;
100 K do do
200 Loaf, Crashed, and Powdered Sugar;
S00 bags Bio Coffee;
25 bags Old Gov. Java Coffee;
60 bags Laguyra do
75 barrels Mackerel, Ncs. 2 and 8;
60 X barrels do do do
75 boxes Scotch Herring;
8 Tierces Figs;
100 boxes Baisms, assorted :
160 Painted Backets;
25 Nests Tubs;
150 box Tobacco, assorted brands? .
200,000 assorted brands of Cigars;
ow itegsui nans;
800 Demijohns;
600 gro. Matches; ,
25 bags SS Almonds; V?
25 bags Pepper;
20 bags Spice;
8 casks Dutch Madder;
6 Ceroons best Indigo;
25 boxes fine Starch;
66 do bar Soap;
100 do Star Candles;
60 do Tallow Candles;
100 do Cheese assorted kinds:
. .LIQUORS.
600 barrels Pike and Willshtre Whisky;
SO barrels Robertson eountr do
100 barrels Rye. Bourbon and Smith R
With 'a general Stock of Brandies. Wino
EBiuciT nttu .upniy ui iiongwonua flattve Catawba
Branny asaoparxung n ine.
maru. &b. BUROE A ALLEN.
Fresh .Arrivals
OF
GROCERIES AND I.TOnnna
100 hhds N. O. Sugar, 60 bxs. pint A ie pint Flask
4 uuioiwn uiwai uitaij svv femnouuB, assorted;
60 bag Lag. Coffee; 225 bags Rio Coffee:
76 bxs A K b" Star Can- 75 bbU Molasses;
dies: 75f" do;
no u" aicnuc uuu luttuw ou oxs spied and ireih Oys-
tuanaies; ters;
40 bxs. Lanihorn A Armis- 10 bis Ana Rice, very fine;
tead's Tobacco; 25 bxs Kentucky Tobacco:
75 bxg. prime Western Re- 25 bbls No 2 A 8 Mackerel:
servo Cheese;
FJ Ir!t.
75 casks English Soda.
60 bxs Soap;
60 ' Raisins,
25" do;
200,000 Havana Cigars, va
"
rious oranas;
60,000 Melee do;
1,000 bags assorted Shot,
1,500 lbs Bar Lead;
160,000 G.D.Per'nCaps;
8 cases Indigo;
10 bbls Brimstone;
10 bbls Crackers;
25 bags Pepper;
60 coils cottou Cord;
20 " Hufnn .v
100 kegs pure White Lead;
25 bxs Ink; t
20 bags Ginger;
75 doz. Painted Buckets;
1 cask Madder;
7 bbls Alum;
10 bags Allspice;
100 " Cotton Yarns;
60 bxa 8X10 A 10X12 Glass: 0 bxs ralAitml hnitl.
IRONS AND CASTINGS.
100 tons Rol'd Iron, war'ted; 25 tonsass'd Castings;
80 " Bell's Uam'd Iron, 60 sets assorted Axes:
800 ham'd Plough M'lds; 600 " Wagon Boxes;
4000 lbs. A. B. Steel; 6000 lbs. Cast Steel;
2500 " E.B.SteeL 190 ' Crawley Steel;
1500 " SpringSteel. '
LIQUORS, (IMPORTED.)
10 baskets Champagne Wins
10 bbls. Old Port Wine;
2 casks Sherry do.
15 bbls pure Sweet Malaga Wine;
2 casks A. Signette Brandy;
1 pipe pure Holland Gin, Eagle brands;
1 puncheen pure Irish Whisky;
LIQUORS, (AMERICAN.)
800 bbls Whisky, Ohio, various brands;
X UW A 143 M lUUUUUlTttUClit, Qui
95
Smith s Reserve, do;
Monongahela Rye; do;
Gin;
Brandy;
Old Monongahela Whiskey, very fine;
Ale. Sehultzand Walker's brand
60
10
40
5
25
AH of the above will be sold very low at our old atunit.
curuer ui uttitiu buu uuiiege oireeus, oy
ianl2 M'CREA A TERRAS3.
-r Tf .. i it.. 1 1 t' i T . '
JOHX S. 2ART. HEXRT BART, JUL, St. V. KACRAE,
HART, MACRAE & CO..
WHOLESALE GHOCEES & COMMISSION
iUUSUiiANTS,
Nos 7 and 9 South Market street Nashville. Tenn
TTTE have lust received and have in store a portion of
T v our swck, consibiing in pan ot tne louowing articles,
131 nuas lair io cudicb new izvuooxessaruiEeft ;
Orleans Sugar 10 cases Sherry Wines;
64 boxes Havana Sugar; 10 tierces Rice;
100 boxes and bbls Pnwdr'd 100 nests .Market Baskets;
tirusnea ana iioai au- on ooxet -moi'd ilams,
gar?
193 bbls Mola?ies;
100 K bbls do;
200 bags Coffee:
800 packages Mackei 3!;
500 bags Salt;
25 crils MannillaKnt ;
25 casks Malaga Wtn j,
6 casks Sherry Wine;
150 packages M R Raisit j;
20 frails L L Almond?;
200 assorted Demijohns:
25 nests tinted Tubs:
100 dozen j.nted Buckets;
arv - vT. :i - u .-
urns xv.cs.itkti:i,ira u sizes;
100,000 fiueOiirars:
100 boxes Tobacco, various
brands:
25 cans Fresh Cove Oysters
DDies assorted Fickles;
Doteaass ai'ierruits;
o cjroon3 best indigo;
100 bares Star Candlei
Together with Pepper. Spice. So 1 . A e . r.
Jan29 HART MACRAE CO.
NASHVILLE STEAM STU.Mi SA W U UltKS.
Walnut CS-rove,
JEFFERSON STREET.
SAMUEL HASLAM, having made important additions
to his machinery, and greatly increased bis facilities
ior manufacturing otone oi every aescription, ts equal in
point of finish and durability to any made in the city, and
at as low prices, and giving his personal attention to the
settinir of tbo work, he feels confident that he cm trive
satisfaction to all who may favor him with their orders,
sucn as setting atone rom to nouses, to sill, to fencing
to Steps, to String Cornice, to Large Landing, to Saw
Flagging, to Bush Hammered Flagging, to Curbing, to
CupiDg, to Chimney Top, and all the branches of Stone
uniting, ior casn nAiiutu aiasliAJI.
I WISH to hire six negroes for the balance of the year
mav23 ly SAMUEL UASLA1L
imBBEW J. SMITH,
NO. 45 BROADWAY,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
DEALXEIX
TENNESSEE IRON, CASTINGS, NAILS. STEEL,
WAGON AXLES, ELIPTIC SPRINGS,
And all otlier articles in his line of business, which be of
fers at W holisale or lietail, low lor uasb, at the above
stand. feb2 ly
TENNESSEE AND ALABAMA RAILROAD
OPEN TO BROAD STREET.
o
N and after Monday, Sept 1st, IS jo, Trains willrun
as follows:
GOINM tUTH.
Mail and Pass. Freight and Pass.
Leave Nashville at 6.80, a. k. 8.15, p. x.
Arrive at Thompson's 8.80, " 5.1.5, "
UU1HU iMJJilU
Leave Thompson's at 9,00, a u.
Arrive at Nashville 10.f0 "
5.80, p.
'.15
Passengers from Nashville by the Morning liIn break
fast at Franklin.
The Stagesof Carter, Thomas A Hough connect with the
Trains at Thompson's.
Through Tickets to Memphis, Waynesboro', Jackson,
Tuscumbia, Florence, Columbia, and Pulaski, can be pro
cured at the General Stage Office under the Verandah Ho
tel. A. ANDERSON,
. augSO tf B. Eng. and Sup't.
VERANDAH HOTEL,
opposite isi post orrics,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
ACTON Y'OUNG Superintendent-'
tlT The stage uiuce is sept at iwa uuuie.
msrl9 ly.
CITY PLUMBING ESTABLISHMENT
At the Corner of
SPRING AND MARKET 8TREET8.
H. . GOOFSE
WOULD teader his services to the citizens of Nash
ville in the above business, and is now prepared
to put npin the most satisfactory mannerShower, Hot and
Cold Baths, Water Closets, Pumps and Lead Pipes ofall
descriptions. .
Hydrants will be put up and repaired in any part or the
citv uromptlyandin a workmanlike manner at ihe lowest
terms " Janl6-ly
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON '
WORKER.
HENRY A. COOPER
HAVING purchased the Interest of Mr.John R. Spit
ler, in the late firm of Cooper and Spitler, is prepar
ed to do all kind of work in the above business, and takes
this opportunity to return thanks to their numerous patrons
for past favors and solicits a continuance of their patronage
Being master of his business he can promise La ctu.ii
mers that all work done by him, will at least be equa' te
eny other house in the city, and fully as cheapa fact
known by all persons who know what good work is. lie
would call the attention of the public to his supetior mode
or putting on Tin Roof and all other job-work, being a
practical mechanic he is sure that he will please. His
stock ot Tin Ware and Stove are good. Call and see.
aug23 lm,
1?1NK SHOES FOR LADIES.
I HAVE just received the following line stock:
Ladies' Curocoa Kid Slippere, (Rouetts;)
" fine " Heel Slippers ;
' Italian Cloth Congress Gaiters, plain;
French Morocco and Kid Buskins, wide;
Sup'r Kid Excelsiors;
" Lace and Cong. Heel Gaiters, very handsome.
Misses' Kid Heeled Boot?, Slippers and Gaiters ;
Childrens' Kid Ankle Ties and Pump Boots.
tSf" A large assortment of Ladies' Bonnet Boxes, Trav
elling Satchels and Bags; Gents' Sole Leather Valices and
Waterproof Valice Bags, Ac , Ac.
For sale very cheap by JOHN RAM AGE,
eug2 42 College street
ENTS" Gaiters, plain and tiped, Patent Leather Con
VX gress Gaiters, Oxford Ties, and dress in great variety,
andatlowprices,juatreceived. JOHN RaMAGK, .
aue2 42 College st .
WHEAT SACKS, WHEAT SACKS.
-1ALL at the " NASHVILLE BAG FACTOR! ." in A.
1 ii :u.'. TTT..fcnn 21 finite ire Street where I
. J U.411114U44a II ...... -- - . . . , , '.. ,
am now prepared to famish the public inth W.0M Sacks
per oaj, jaiyxa oui.
MISCELLANEOUS.
NASHVILLE COMMEJRCLVL
INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL $100,000.
iAT.T. PAID IN AND SECURED.)
THIS COMPANY beingfaUy organized, according to
Charter, Is prepared to write Pohdesagainst LOSS or
DAMAGE BY TIRE, oa Boildings, Goods, Warea and
Merchandise generally. Also, on shipmenta against loss
or damage by Seas, Rivers, or Inland Transportation oa
tne most lavoranie terms.
Life and Negro Policies gran ted at current rates,
Omcx- No. 8 6, corner of Square and Cedar strest
Diasuiuiia,
ALEXANDER FALL.
W. T. BERRY,
JAMES WOODS,
JOHN H. EWIN,
R, C. McNAIRY,
HUGH McCREA.
AJITUONY W. YANLEEB,
JOHN KIRKMAN,
HENRY HART, Ja.,
1UU3. VY. tiVAHiS,
ALEXANDER FALL, President
J Alias Waucxr. Secretary.
Nashville, April 80. b w o
TENNESSEE MARINE
Firo Insurance CoBipany
15 0,000!
OFFICE North-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 Damage by Fire. Also, Marine and River
bazaras; irom ana to an porta.
Allow
NegToes against the dangers of the River.
DIRECTORS.
JOHN M. HILL, JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANERSON,
(i. M. iUUU, . A uhm,
ALEX. ALLISON, JAMES ELLIS,
R, H. GARDNER, N. K. ALLOWAY,
W. a. LAtti.i.
JOSEPH VAULX, President
A. W. Bctler, Secretary. B-trw octS tf.
R.H.BROCKWAY &C
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND KANTJFACIUBLBS OF
Gentlemen's Clothing,
No. 711-2, Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
TO COUNTRY" MERCHANTS.
Our Stock of Gentlemen's Ready Made Clothing for the
Fall and Winter trade is now complete, embracing
every variety of style and fabric to befound in the Eastern
Markets.
Our business being strictly and exclusively confined to
the Manufacture and sale or Clothing, enables us Jo offtjr
greater inducement than any other house in tbe city, and
shonld alone be sufficient guarantee to all who purchase
Ready Mada Clothing, that they can supply themselves
with a much larger variety of "styles and assortment ol
sizes, ataless price, by making their purchases direct from
the Manufactures. R. II. BROCKWAY A CO.
aug20, '56 tf
FIHST PREMIUM SEWING MACHINES,
Nashville Sewing Machine Company
ftTs. 7 1-2
EAST SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
milKSK 31achlne are now very Justly contdored to be the
JL best in ue,havlnthe advantage of all others In U
tumpnctiy oi tneir conwruciion, w upeeu uu oouuit ui wen
work, md the rreat strenztli of their (ram. Unlike an?
other, in im. thev form a leiin -arith two contlnuudt threads
from ordinary kxi1 of cotton, silt or linen aiaklpga knot
t every titch which prevents the work froa ripping under
Dyclrcumitanceiwnatever.
Tbe first and hlghett prrruluroa have been awarded to these
Machines at all the leading Fair? throushcut tali country
and Kuropetand thetnventornow rejoices in the moreiub-
sutnilal renara ni loe laree.fc jtniruncgr ever vvstunvu upvu
flnvSnwlnn-Alaehina in Kurono or America.
'Iney are of the hlgheit flnlsh, and of every variety of lxe
anutljio, anu aaaptea to an me wants ot tancwinscuiu
munlty.
Thev are all jecuieJ eiehtslrelv to tbo proprietors by let'
ters patent, anil am free from all leal controversy. Great
pains has been laRen to aaapi inesi .iiecnmrs o naniuion
nwlnr. and thev are now so annul, durable add e a II? run
and tended by any person, that they are entirely beyond
romnetitinn for thii wort or for tbe manufacture of tea tt
or light bajcf, for Corn or Wheat, no machinery hai ever
been hiTcnted to surpass tnem any person alter ononoun
practice can mace irom 4uu to .w corn mcks per oy on too
machine. Thoso machines tn also equally well adapted to
the manufacture of all kinils of clothing, coarse or tne.ai
well as general eenln(t, nulltlng, stltchiu?, Ac. Theie ma
chines are so arranged as tomakthe stitch any length de
tired, and to sew with ease any and every seam In any gar
ment, and the durability, regularity suit bean ty of finish,
cannot be equaled by any work, accomplished by the most
akillfal hand. . ,
Weshallat all limes keep on haad a ull assortment of
these machines, and most respectfully lojtte Ihe public gen
erally to call and fee them la uso, and give them a careful
examination and bo wttUlled that the half has nolyot etna
told.
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MOUNT OLIVET CEMETERY,
THE Directors or this Company new announce to the
Public, that this Cemetery has been" laid off with suit
able avenues and walks, and a portion of the ground .
subdivided into Family Lots, which are offered for sale
The map of the grounds can be reen at the office of
Lindsley A Crockett, where tbe public are invited to call
and examine the rame. ....
Tho Company feel confident they could not hive made a
mere suitable location for a Cemetery in the vicinity cl
Nashville, and plidge themselves to the public to spare no
mnnpr nr naioB to make it equal to any Cemetery in the
Union, and such a one as Nashville may feel some pride in-
The Cemetery IB now in cuarge oi a cumpcieat ouuer-
intendent, living on the ground, under whose direction in
terments wit! to made in the best manner and at tbe
usual charges.
Tbe Directors of the Company aro desirous that the
grounds should be visited by the citizens ot Nashville, and
for that purpose an Omnibus will leave the office cf Linds
lev A Crockett, at 4 o'clock, on Tuesday atternoon. the
8thinst,andon every Friday afternoon thereafter at the
same hour. The s-ats will be ftec.
Ladies and Families desirous of visiting the grounds,
will be called fir at their residences, by sending their
cards to the President cf ihe Company.
A. v. s.i,i.u3ii.i,rreai.
C. W. Naxci, Fec'y. jyn-tf
REMOVAL.
rlURSTON A BERNARD have removed to No. 16
Publia Square, next door to Calhoun's, where they
will be happy to show their customers a first rata stock of
Dry Goods, consisting of Black, Brown, and Blue Broad
Cloths; Illack and Fancy Cassimeres: Yestings, Gloves,
Hosiery, Cravats, Handkerchiefe,Ac, Ac.
THURSTON A- BERNARD,
No. 1G Public Square,
(Next door to Calhoun's.)
WE now have on hand a beantiful sttxi of French
and English Merinos, Plain Plaid and Ambre
shaded all woof DeLaines, Bombazines, Cashmeres, Man
chester DeLaines; Plaid, Bed, Yellow and White Flannels,
all qualities. Also, a complete stock of Staple Goods,
Servants' Goods ofall kinds.to which we innte Ihe atten
tion of all CASH buyers, as we can give good bargains.
sept23 tf .
SNUFF AND TOBACCO.
Peter Siorillard,
KASMACTCBXR
NO. 42 CHATHAM faTBEET, NEWYOBK,
SUCCESSOR orrvris 4 Gmeos Lomixaed, offers Tor
! all kinds of SSUrY and TOBACCOS ra general
use. For particulars, a Price Ccrrxst can be obtained by
addressing as above. This Establishment is one or the
oldest of the bnd in the Unitd States.
may20 ly
COPPER WAKE,,
A- McBridc,
COPPER, TIN & SHEET IRON WORKER,
NASHVILLE, TENNES8EF.
I HAVE thir day purchased the interest of Mr. Henry
McCaslis in the above business, and hereby Under xnv
sincere thanks to all my old friends and p.tron for their
liberality heretofore extended to the firm, and wcnldinost
retsptctfully solicit a continuance of favors irexo, them, ssl
wiia to inform all tho world and tho rest ot mankind"
that I have on hand and for saie a rplend.d lot cl
COOKING STOVES,,
of 'various patterns. Parlor Stoves for weed and cssj,
common and fancy Grates, Bor Stoves for chnrchss, Bil
low Ware of every variety oa band or made to ciderFcr
naces and Foot Stoves, entirely new patterns, Tin; Ware
cf every description, suitable for house keeping.
juu nutin.
I am DTfoared to do all kiads df Job Work, inch as
House Guttering, Roofing, or any other branch perUinrsj
to Ratline.
STEAMBOAT AND FURNACE WORK.
My old friends of the River will find it to their advaniaim
to call and give ma a hearing before bargaining elsewhere
for work.
ALSO, for sale, one pair second-land ENGINES, cylin
der 11 inches diameter and four feet stroke with water
shaft and other fixture, suitable for a light draught
steamer, which, can be bought oa reasonable terms.
June 14. j25
BRUSHES.
WE nave jnst received from New York a small lot of
the best Hair Brashes of extra good quality:
ScrnbbmgBrusae,th. beat ever brought to this city
Long handled Scrubbing Brushes ;
Dusting Brushes, various qualities ;
Feather Dusters, plain and colored ;
Blacking Brashes j j-.
Hearth Brooms ;
Plate cleaning Brashes; -
Clothes Dusters;
Telvet Brushes;
Whisk Brooms;
French Clothes Brushes ,
Mops and Cup Mops.
August 8, MACKENZIE A WILSON.
BASKETS.
WE have just received a few nesta extra large sao&re
Clothes Baskets;
Clothes Hampers Li neaUi.
Oval and round German Work Baskets ;
Market Baskets.
Augusts. MACKENZIE A WILSON
wooden Ware.
PATENT and Common Clothes Pins; PUla aid
Rimmed Cocoa Dippers ;
Wooden Spoons and Better Paddles ;
Wooden Bowls and Trays;
Rolling Pins and Potato Mashers
AagnstS. MACKENZIE A WILSON.
FRUIT CAMS.
WE have a full supply of our own home mada Freu
Cans, admitted to be the best in the market
August 8. McKKNZIK A WILSON.
JAPANNED WAKE.
TEA and Cofiee Canisters, all sizes ; Spice Boxes, vari
ous sizes and patterns ;
Preserving Kattles, Brass and Iron enameled;
Jelly Moulds ; Ice Cream aad Pudding Moulds ;
Sugar Boxes ; Cake and Bread Boxes ,
Tea Trays, oval and-round, all sizes ,
Britannia, Tea and Coffee Pots ;
Plated and AlbaU Forks and Spoons ;
Handsome Caster, new patterns.
August 8. MACKENZIE WILSON.
BELL AND BRASS FOUNDERY,
On Front, near Broad S t
THE subscriber resuectfullv returns his
thanks to the public for past favors, and so
licits a continuance of patronage in the
'above Une. also
COPPER AND SHEET TRftV MinITTPirrrrotvri.
Together with every description of Metal; Turnings, lf.
talic Packings, Balbit Metal and Castings.
Soda Founts, Generators, Ale Pump, and Pompa Ml
every description manufactured to crder, or repaired at
shorj notice.
Cashwiirbspaidatalltiints for bid Copper and Brass
la25-tl B. COLE.
i0 HUMBUG.
THE undersigned hare purchased the Patent right of C.
H. Williams'
DOUBLE ACTINC BALL VALVE
Force and Iiift Pnmu.
For theStatesof Tennesse, North Carolina, South Carofi.
na, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Loal&iaan ,
We have tested the Pump in all its recommended uses for
ordinary purposes in wells, and as flre engines; and hfi
tate not to say that it is superior to any pump now in mo
lt is simple and plain in its construction; can be takanto
pieces or put together by cny ordinary man, black or
white, in half a minute. Ther. is not a screw cr colt about
the pump; there is tie least Imaginable friction tenca Its
durability. It is almost impossible for It to get oat of it
by usage.
When used iora well or cistern ii can be converted Into
a Fire Engine in one minute, and by one man water can be
thrownoverthe tallesthouses in the country. It is invalu
able as a Fire Engine, and especially in tbe country and
country towns.
It is equally well adopted to all machinery. EiilrcaJ
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 pomp, we are ready to make tales of tea
above territory by counties or States (except the Western
District of this State, which bas been sold ) We confident
ly recommend the Pump to the citizens or ihe Statu men
ttoned
The Pumps are cheap, and therefore within tbe reach ci
every family.
ST Address PORTER A BRIEN.NashvUIt,Tenii.
REES W. PORTER,
apr25 tf JOHN i BRIKN.
KOIC THE COUNTING HOUSE.
Arnold's Writing Fluid,
Gnyot's Carmine.
Copying Books
Checks and Notes on all Basks.
Envelopes Steel Pens.
Bone Folders Faber Pencils.
Pen Racks Bill Heads.
Peat Office Boxes.
Gum Mucilage. anew aitlcl.
Ulaek and White Rubber.
Memorandum Books.
Bill Paper, Ac , As., for sale by
CHARLES W. 8MITH.
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FASHIONS FOR AlUJUST.
LESLIE'S GAZETTE OF FASHION j?OR AUGUST,
received and for sals by
ag7 CHARLES W. 8MITH.
Removal
C INCEthe fire, UKASLY A RUTH have reopened their
p PAINT SHOP on Cherry St, immediately optjodta
the Delivery Box of the Post Office. TLsy are sgsin full''
prepared to execute all orders for Painting. Papering ss-i
to perform all kinds of imitation ofWood and Marble in
the hightet style of art BEA3LY A RUTH.
jjsT 5m
HUGHES BROTHERS ,
AMBROTYPE, PHOTOGRAPHIC ASD DAQBEHBEAN
ARTISTS,
20 Union Street, Nashville.
AMBROTYPES, PHOTOGRAPHS, pUIn orcoloredi
Oil, and warranted as permanent a any other si;U
ot Painting. Dagnerrotypeo, Stenrcscopic, Crajos or
Vignette, and every other style or Pictures taken at this
establishment in the highest st j le of the art and warrant
ed to please or no sale.
AMBROTYPES.
Although these beautiful pictures were but rtceotlyin
troduced by the subscribers In this city, they have bread
so popular that we have, at a very great expense, secured
the services of a celebrated Artist trora New Verb to at
tend to this branch of tho buiinessexcloKivelr.
BRING ALONG THE JUVENILES.
Children can, by this process, have a f tithful liieceJi
taken In a few seconds and warranted perfect or no charp
will be made. Bring them along and care them taken be
fore trying elsewhere. jasSO
LAW OFFICE.
JM. WILKIN having teen admitttd to preoUcs is
. all the Courts of Tennessee and New York, and bay
ing permanently located in Nashville, will attend to all
matters of Collection and Litigation entrusted to him.
office No .70 Cherry street nnvS tf
P. Harris & Co.,
FAMILY GROCERIES AND PROVISION
STORES.
DEALERS IN
Foreign & Domestic Wines, Liqnora,
CIGARS. Ac.
r- THE HIGHEST PRICESPAID FOR ALL KINDS
OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mayS5-tf
Cornerof Broad and Front etreet
TELEGRA1MI.
THE Augusta, Atlanta and Nashville Telegraph Line it
now working through to Augusta, Ga., where it con
nects with other Lines running North. Fut and South.,
This- Line is now in good repair through from Nashyiile to
Augusta and we expect to keep it so in future. Wa shall
endeavor to put all business, for this Line, through in
the shortest time posaible.and expert to bo able to give
general satisfaction.
mayl6-tf C. C. CLUTE. Supt
Johnson, Home & Co.,
CORNER BROAD AND MARKET SEREET3.
Nashville, Text.
WILL give prompt attention to reeeving, storing,
purchasing, selling or shipping Cotton, Tobacco,
Wheat, Corn, Flour and Bacon, and will alio devote es
pecial attention to receiving, storing and forwarding
merchandise of every discription.
Onr facilities in point of room and convenience are
equal to any in the city.
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Groceries.
WE are prepared to furnUh plantation supplies of
every kind, and would invito th attention of Mer-
chantsand Ifci lera to our stock, which will at all times b
complete, aad consists in part, at present, of the following
arucies :
0 hhds Suzar:
400 bags Ceffee;
500 barrels Salt:
250 barrels Whisky t.
200 half pieces Bagging
1500 bags Salt;
800 boxes Star Candles ;
ioo nieces Haremcr:
200 - 43 inch Bagging; 609 coils Ro
if:itcgttfief
with all other articles usually kept in such en
itabuanmsi
ati.
jy23 n. Corner Bread aad Market sts.
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