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iiiiiii. M V tenow- Tcervirie tlieir STOCK OF Spring Goods, Consisting of jja largo and varjedYaseortmentof HEAVY STAPLES, , . SUCH itS DOMESTICS, VWlYS,- -J J i.' i JACONETS. . .-- JEASS, -m i, FLANNELS, . - fe Vt PANT STUFFS.', VARIETIES GENERALLY &c, & x And niiortcempriitniiachTirlrtyof ajiortetnt,n4 la inch qunUtie3jastirj -tfnllyin saying that in . HEAYX", DESIRARLE STAPLES AND Itledlnm Cost Dress booas. tve bar never offered a SUPERIOR STOCK. IJlWe.will sell them to our old Friends and Custo mers on the usual Terms ; AND, TO CASH BUYERS t We -will offer suca inducements as will Command their Trade. IBBY ISOBGAN & CO. CRISIS TO THE CONTRARY . .:;a laeg;e speing uportation job isa SCO L LEG E STREET, ?.!-. 0UB ETOCK 07 SEASONABLE GOODS NOW BEING .dally received and opened, will be Tery complete In every Department. r T Dress floods AND W1 B APPI3STQS. a: !! 'fllj. etrmlr vrill lio oo i1pBiralil( in niinntltv. email- B.CJIMRYIGQ J-fuiMAUU ' ' ' " "- X 1 tyjjand cheapness as heretofore. HOUSE FURNISHINGS, AND "NEGRO GOODS. A complete assortment in Ctirta ns, 1 Oil Cloths, &c, tic, Ac. s. . ".; . - - I v ifCarpets, AO. of fit above wi2 he sold at unusndUylow prices far CASH j c M'NAIRY & CO. April2-ta For Sale or Exchange for Nt-f;roc. given immediately. BlvW-lm Apply to or address KDWART. Tl. ITIOKB NOTICE. SUITORS and all other person interested, are hereby noU. fled tiki" pedal term of the.Chance.y aourt, at Char lotwrTennVwill I be held, commencing on Monday the Cthday vt Msynext. This S7th Marsh, 1&S1. rnrilER. By order of the Chancellor. n0Sf25lr. SIRED by Revenue, out of Andrewetta. (tbeduu oruostona) will make the present Season at the atu'.eof Dr. Ju. M. Uhd, near Gall.Un, Tenn., -wie season ana 9110 ine uroomi isrpu' tieulsrsrererto tais. ta ni lm .aaait, tore and to arrive ferialeby W. WATTS dt CO., . Ho. i Broadw 17 1 50 BBM Potal febi-tf FURNITURE STORE THE subscriber take thi method of informing hi patron and the public generally tht te baa jut arrived from the East with plendWtock of laahlonsble Furniture to which hebegeleaTeto call attention. He fcsi taken, and Ctted up the atore. No. 30 Market atieet. next door to the old tUnd. an truat by attention and fair deaJiag. tonrrlta ahare cf patronate- I am partieularly desitoui to-shoir to- those wUAlngtopurcha.t7iayatodc of Wattraats. Jt nade, and eaual,lf S Taupericr. to an other la thenirktt. By calltog at the "Bed Sore" Ho. 36 Market street, j-ou will meat attentive derkt, who deem It a pleasure to Aow the .lock, whether you with to purchaae crnot. Jo connection cith aaxtateUMUf'mtnt- BAUTi ITEM SHAW. FISE WORKS ! FIRE WORKS!! FLAGB AKD TORCHES! tl aro-BC3r luobl, No 45 VBlea Street) HAS now the bet aatortment In NaihTille of ererythlny in the aboTe line, which will be aold wholesale and retail, ai low aa a cood article can be bocght anywhere. The Torches are aomething, and the beat thing eyer introduced for Torch-Light Prooeodona. angll tf PIANOS I OTCSIOr IAMnowreceiTingmy Tall Stoek of Pianoforte from th following Factories, which will be the Iargeat erer offered in tbe city: Bteinway tc Bona, A. Oale&Co.,Ua lea Brother HaUeton Brother. Wm. Kauble t Co., Peter and Webb, Light fcBradburry, and Saebeller A Scbuidt, all of which will be aold at a am all advance on eort for caih or negotiable paperi All the new and pepolar ualejt received, together with Acccrdeon, TioUn,Ilute. Drum. Br Instrument, &c. ror btrgain, cone to rae," at number 33. JA8 -i McOLTJKK. sepU6-tf A Thousand Babies Wanted. BRING them along and have their picture taken. xl . will guarantee a perfect likeness every ttoe. TTtbiTe Boom built exsrea'y for their use, and can take them In a ftac lion of a eend. MoUier sow need not take them tsa nai lery a dein times and at last go away dleappalnted, U they will fe&u11"11 W nuanES' premitjm qallsbt i X.and for Sale. The underaigned will el his plan a loa, called Caprrat Viaw, lying on thenrthidof Oumberlana Biver, three mileaf rom the City orNashvllle, eontalng about Ttirce Hm. . ... u TT. 111 tt.ll ft &11 . .v.. - - it n Int. tn cnlt tmreh&irii Or wlU exchange It for well improved property in the city. It U of the very bet quality of oll : 1 well watered ; about half of It In cultivation, and the balance In line timber and pasture There are two goed dwelling house, a good barn and stable, &c Tor Information apply to the undersigned or to John D. James. aepSO-tt THOS. Q. JAMES. Cash System. TT10B the year 1861 our business will be EXCLUSIVELY CASH. By adapting this system, we know we can make It greatly to the interest of our frienas to give us their patronage. SNTCEE & FKIZZELL, Janl-tf .21 Public Sguare. JTJ3T received and for sale constantly, a fine article of Paraf fine Varnlah of the betquality. In quantities to suit pur cbuers. BENJ F SHIELDS & CO. Also, a consignment of Perfumery, Envelops, for sale to the trade. Jan23-tf B. P. S. - CO. GARDENERS AND OTHERS. Growth of 1SG0. . WEL.LS, AOEST FOS THE SALE OF THESE MOST RELIABLE Seed in NASHVILLE, is now receiving the largest supplies ever offered In this market. LANDBETQ'S Rural Register, Descriptive Catalogue an Almanac for distribution gratis. 10,000 Papers assorted Garden Seeds, Flow er Seeds, Ac. 30 BAREKLis Wain Eilvzz Sax Okiok Earn : Bed Clove Onions; Beat s, Peal, be., &c Qraas Seeds, atasorted; Ban Clovix, Hxros, Oeibs. Timothy. Orchard Grass, Blue Grau Seed, &c,c Oiiot OaaKGK Sun, BT T. "WELLS, fSIGN OP THE MAN AMDS MORTAR, On market Strceet, opposite Union KASnTILLX, TZXXESSES. JanK-tf Fresli Arrivals BT THOMPSON, SFERR Y & CO., NEW BUILDINGS, 24 MARKET STREET, Naslivlllc, Tennessee. ORANGES. TT BOXES Mesina Orange in prime condition, receiv- O f ed this day and for axle low by marlO-tf THOMPSON, SPERRT & 00. FIGS. f v "y DRCM3 choice new Pig', Just received and tw OVfLP sale by THOMPSON, 8PEBI1V & CO. marlfi-4f FRESH and Genuine Taccine Matter, for sale by DEMOTILLE tCO. marl? tf . RAISINS. PAOHAGES Layer Raisiss, in boxes, halves and (Ztj quarters; In store and for sale by i anl ror sale by THOMPSON, SPERRT & CO. marlC-tf CIDER. - BLS Chacir.algne Crab Cider, Just received and for aUe marIS-tf A GENUINE NOVELTY. The Paper Neck-Tie. lUKcrinnn ixti belt cx Tltzt.. Txtxst Amito For THE merit at this Tie consist not only in its close resem blance -either to silk or coUou labrics, but also in the cse with which it may be adjusted, and its exceed leg cheapness. The prices are sacn teat A NEW NECK TIE JLJ.r BE WORN EVERT DAT. And the wearer not b charged with Improvidence In hi expeniej for neck cress. Buy them and try them. CONE BROS., Agent, mirlO-tf 34 Union street. Mitehell's silver Oil, FOE THE SEWING MACHINE. Price 25 cents per Bottle. nnniS is a very 6uperlor Article, and Isprepared wilh a gnat is deal or card ana experiencu, ciyc3a,J4wl . v-.a cbine CONE BROS. Agents, i,16-if 31 Union street. HOWE SEft 1NG MACHINES, At Greatly Reduced Prices. nnnEEE Machines gather and ew en the Band at the tun 8 time Sew eve variety o fabric, and are undoubtedly the best and simplest Machines in the matket. CONE BROS., Agents, arlS-tf 34 Union street. MncHitic Silk, A full assortment, at S3 cent: per Spool. CONE BROS .Agents, dSili-U 31 Union street. BROOKS & ORR'S & McNAUGHT'S SPOOL COTTONS, all sizes, in Black, W ite anl Colors, at SO cents per dcxen, it HOW E SEWING MACHINE OFFICE, marl6-tf 34 Union street. STORAGE AND COMMISSION COMBS &T MARTIN Church Street, dcIow Post-Of fee. feb4-tf RAGS. WI will now pay the former price. 3 tents, for good coun try Ears, delivered at our ware-honse, at theNorth-eut rcerofthefcqaae W.8. WUITEMAN. febOlm CICOSSS-X 1ES WANTED. ririE Nashville and North Western Railroad Company wish I to contract for -10,000 Cedar Cross-Tics. Bfeet long. 6 f aches thitk, well hewn, to face at narrowest place not lees than 0 lnchr clccr of bark, timber to be sound, to be deliver ed at tbecptde line of the road in Nashville. The contractors want to contract for 30,000 Wlilte or Pout Oak Ties, of the same size a above, to be delivered on the line of the road In pills from section 14 to section 24, enough cn each section to aupj)Iy the same. Fersom wishing to bid Fill direct Xo th.-! President and Direct; ors of the Nashville and Porth-restern Railroad Compaiiy Nashvllle.Tenn uua-tr OATS, OATK, OATH. TTitrBCSlIELS prime White Oats. t reduced prlcesby OfLPLF COMBS fc MAUriM. marCl-tf HAY AND CORN. A LARGE lot, just received and for sale low by COMBS to. MARTIN. aiar!3-tf ONION KET'JTR AN D POTATOES. "1 tfY BBL3 choice Onion wits, JL XJf JOU bbls choice Potatoes, Just received and for sale low by m I3-tf COMBC fc JIARTIN. Gocrfjia and South Carolina Money FROM NOW TILL FURTHER NOTICE. WE will take the notes of Georgia, Sonth Csrolina and Alabama At par for all goods, at,d for debts due ns. Nov. 5, Hu-tf SNIDER & FRIZZELL U AVE received a fresh and wrJi elected lot of DRUGS, MEDICINES! PAINTS, OILS, Ac, which they are c&ricg at reasonble prices. A large lot of pure Cider Vinegar. For !e by DEMOVILLE & CO, feb30-tt Union and American Building. P ARROWS Lexington Mustard, for tale by DEMOVILLE & CO. fet25 tf Shelled Oats, Corn and Rye. 4AA BAGS OATS; .100 Bag Com, 200 Bag Bye. Li ) ) RcceivtdthH day and for sale low by no17-tf a HUGH McCRKA k 00 A No. l Trotting Pony at Auction. WILL be sold at 10 o'clock Dredsely, on the 10th Inst, 11 fiont cf our Auction Rooms, under atUchment, a No. 1 Eorrel Ponp. T.mi .v. anS-td benj v hit Tvr.Tis k nn TO SHIPPERS. Scrsxi!rrasEKT' Omci, N. & C. B. B.,l 0-.. Nashville, Jan. 31,1861. WINS to the unusual aceamulaUon of Ereights at Nash ville, a well a ether tra nihlpping points soulh of our Road, we are compelled to stop receiving Freight for a few dayr when further noUce will be given. 0 w. COLE, f.bl-tr r Super1 JtandenU ? BWM8 T. B. EAE3I3, E. -P. XDWJLEB8. EDWARDS.iiAP.RIS A CO., Successors io Edwards, Giltcrs on & Co., Wholesale Grecers. Forwarding and Coramisskm Mercliants, tJElLKEj' Ilraiidlca, WIhcs, Tobaccos, Clears, &c. com?ar cbzeasj oniiRORSTSKsis. NasUville, Term. STf TS ARE IN BEOEIPT' OP A LARGE AND WELL W V (elected stock of Groceries, Tobaccos, Liquors &e., com prised in part a follows, to which we respectfully in vita the at teatton of ""the Trade. SUGAR, IttOLASSES AND SYRUP. 5hhdi Lonisiina Sugar; 50 bbls Levering' powdered IS " Clarified " Eugar; ffl bbl Coffee " 0 boxes D B Loaf Sugar; 110 bbls Plantation Molasses ; 50 half bbl EeSned Molaise; 1(0 half bbls Plantation Ho- SOpaekag ciBU Louis Golden ' lasses; 8y . u ' jObbla Refined ;MoUie; SOpk Kcw Orean Golden iSObbliLoverlEg'g DBChrush- Syrup; ed Sugar; COFFEE. 100 bags Baltimore Bio Coffee; 50 bag Old Gol. Java Coffee; IDObaga New Orleans Rio Oof- 50 bags Laguira Coffee; fee? WH1SK.T. 3 tVl bbl Rectified Whisky; 50 this Robertson ceunty Whls 100 " Tenn. White" key; 100 " Ky DD " iMbbl Smith' Old Eeierv e 1 00 package Old Bye Whisky Wh'skey; S puncheons of Irish and Scotch Whisky. BRANDIES. WINES, Ac. 10 quarter cask A Seignette's 10 casks Madeira Wine; Brandy; 10 " pale Bherry Wine; 10 quarter casks Otard,Duprey 25 " Old Port " 4 Co' Brandy; " Sweet Malaga Wine; 120 qr cask RocheUe Brandy: 10 " Drr " " 10 qr " United Proprietor' 50 pk Ginger Wine Brandr: 50 baskets Champagne; 25 boxes Claret; 25 pks Lemon Cordial; 53 " Mint " 50 boxes bitten; 25 pk Holland Gin; ICO pk AmerbanBrandy J 100 "Ginger " 50 " Cherry " 5 " Blackberry " 25 "Raspberry " 10 cask Rum; TOBACCO AND CIGARS. 300 boxes Virginia Tobacco various brand; 500 " Kentucky . " " " 25kecs A J Smith' Pancaka Tobaceo: 50,000 Superior Havana Cigars various Brands: 100,000 50,000 German Domestio CAN DliES AND SOAP. 400 boxes tar Candies; 50 boxe rtearlne Candle, 200 hlf" " 50 " Tallow " 150 qr" " 150 boxes Soap various kinds; FI.OUR. 100 bbl extra Family Flour; 1Q0 " " Superfine" 100 bag Pennsylvania Buckwheat Flour. SUNDRIES. 1000 sacks fine and coarse Salt; 100 dozen Buckets; 500 bbl Eanawha Salt: 50 nest Tubs: 1000 keg Nail and Spikes) 500 boxe Glass Ware; 500 Reels Cotton Rope; 100 cask Soda; 1000 pounds Bar Lead; 500 bags Shot, assorted sixes; 100 doxen-Fresh Cove Oysters; 25 case Sardines, i and f boxes; 50 bx Lemon Syrup; 150 pks Raisins; 100 " Mackwel; 25 chest Green and Black 25 1 acks S S Almonds; 50 bbls Pecan and Filberts; 10 bbls English Walnut; 100 dozen Brooms; 100 dozen Zinc Wash Board; 500 reams Wrapping Paper; 50 bags Peprer; 25 " Allspice; 50 bx Ground Mustard; 50 " Fire Crcker; 50 bbl Cider Vinegar; 50 bbl XX Ale; Tea; With a variety of ether article. - ma-6-tf EDWARDS HARRIS A CO. SOUTHERN TRUNK MANUFACTORY li-1 Fassett 8c Grossman, JTO.fil MASKSTSTSZE7,SASnrJZLE,'7Zyy., annfacturcrs and Wboiecale and Rctat DXaLXKStX ALL KINDS OF Ladies and Gents' Trnvcllnir Trunks, BONNET 1IOXEN, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, A.C., Ac, DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of any thing in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, a we are confident that we can sellaalowas any other house In the city. Our stock Is all of our own manufacture and is made of the best materials and b first class workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work made at home, In preference to buying that made at the East ex pressly forjobbing. We especially invite the attention of the Ladies toocr PATENT TRUNK FOR LADIES'. It has compartment for Bonnet, Dresses, Parasols, Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges, Oils, &x. All kinds of Trunk mads to order, covered or repaired, a rtnotlee. Give us a call at at SI Market street, two door South of the Square. FASSETT A CROSSiHAN mayl9-d&twly APPLES. "1 BBLS Spltzenburgh. Russets, Baldwin's and other varieties, for sale by W. WATTS &CO-, No. 5 Broadwa mastO-t PHOTOGRAPHIC CARD. I TAKE pleasure in announcing to my old friend and cus tomers that after an absence of two years, I have again re turned to resume tie practice of the Pbotosrrapliic Art In all its branches, having purchased the interest of my brother in the old established Gallery in Union Sreet, and having spent four months in New York the past Summer to obtain fully all the late improvements In the art. I have painted, renovated and enlarged the suite of Rooms throughout. That my facilities are now better to produce first class work than most Galleries can beast of, and conduce to the cemfort of ur patrons. I trust not only to suitaln the proud position the Gallery has heretofore sustained, bat to eUvate it to a still higher standard. I have also engaged the services of Mr. COOK, one ft the best Photo graphers in the world, who took tbe Pictures which obtained the Irstpremium at the World's Fa r in London, in 1851, and I am determined not only to make this the leading Gallery in t State, bat my work shall not be surpassed Noith or Sou and r.ew introduce to the public the following new styles: Imperial Photograph, India Ink; Vignette, plain or colored; Ivorytypes, colored; Pastel Pictures, life size; Autographs on Canvass. life size; Visiting Cards, full length, plain; Autograph Photcgrsohs, 16 taken at one sitting. Bterreoscopes, on glass or paper. I continue to make theMelainotypeand Ami-retype as hereto' fore. The above styles are all entirely new In this city, except the Autograph Card, which was only made one at a time. All who are in want of anything in my line are politely invited to give me acall before visiting elsewhere, when I will prove by occular demonstration ue aoove uca. uespecuany, oc(3t-tr F. W. HUGHES For Rent. AVERT desirable room In the Uxtos axd Auxsira' Bcild ing, forthereioaiLderof the )ear. with the prlvilrge.o extyear. Apply at this OS j. no.i dti SEASON'S ARRANGEMENT FOR i SGO-G 1. Cincinnati and Nashville Pioneer Line. rBIHE followinzboatcompriea regular line, and will re- main permanently in the trade during tfc entire season, ana in ail Cases snippers may rciy uu tue puuvkuai ueyuturc of these boats as advertised: Steamer NASHVILLE P. K. Barclay. Master. Steamer GLEN WOOD J. A. Frazies. Master, Steamer MELROSE Wm. MrrrALra, Master. Sassier CLIPPER T.J. Brccx, Master. H. H. HARRISON dec20-6u A. HAMILTON, Agents. OILS, OILS, OILS, MetealfeBrothers & CO., NO. 25 BROAD STREET; NASHVILLE, . - TENNESSEE, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN OOjSlXji OXX-S: PARAFFINE BURNING OIL, CARBON BURNING OIL, COTTON SPINDLE OIL, ENGINE OIL, CAP. AXLE OIL, MACHINE OIL, CRUDE, Prepared; and Refined PETROLEUM OILS, OAR AND WAGON GREASE, PARAFFINE WA CANDLEB. ALSO Exclusively at Wholesale KAGLE MILL COTIONjTARNS, COTTON ROPE, OSNABURGS AND SHEETINGS, COTTON PLAIDS AND STRIPES. Ws refer by permission to Gen. 0. P. Smith, President Bank ofCeaaesCe, Jonn A. Fishxr, Cashier, do Mr. Tec. Marti President Central Southern Railroad Company, PclsjU, Tenn. Also te tho following JThoelsale Merchants in this city : lUsys. MORRIS & STBATTOV. GARDNER & CO., FALL b. CDtfKKiaHAM. Terms Cash. Mar3 tf FRESH sif.ed Meal, Hominy rad Stcck Feed, Just received end for sale by BENJ F SHIELDS & C0. Wrjf tf T.B. NOKXKTrr, XcmphU 2. A. Wjisox, A. M. Cartxr ofJ'ultuhi, 7enn Norment, Wilson & Cfjtj'jcr, COTTON FACTORS, Commission and Forwarding Mercliants. No. 3 Madison street, iricnipUis, Tennessee: TEfOrde rs for Bagging, Rope, andother supplies, promptly coded to . aug!8 wt OFFICE, 10i PUBLIC SQUARE! XZXT DOOR TO RA1M9 It BROWll's PRCS 8T0RX mar2S-41a .. Fiewr, " C?f BBLS. Extra and Extra Family, to arrive per Ball tiOU road. or1onco-1puaewib'XTT8ct, UecSil No. 51 College ttreet, oear SreaJJ ;GOj MEDAiL PANOS ! EHB OTP AKOTHER TRIBUTE TO THE SUPERIORITY OF Wm. Knabe & C. Piano Fortes. WE are pleased to learn that at the great "World' Fair," held this month In the city of Maccn, Ge:rgla the enter prising Baltimore Firm, Wm. Knabe tc Co., were awarded the int Premium over ail competltien, for their celebrated .Gold Medal Piaxos. This Fair being held under the direction or tbe Southern Cotton Planters' As, clat'on, a large and infiuentaal body of men, 'he Importance attached to receiving the honor of their Fair, produced, as we learn, an unusual degree of com petition oil the part of many of the Piano Forte Manufacturers or the country. Several very fine Instrumeets were on exhibi tion; but after a most patient and thorough examination of their respective merits, thejudgesunanlmously decided that the one from the Manufactory or Wm. Sna'e & Co. was the "Axccl eioi ,' and awarded tbe Medal accordingly: Without wishing to appear inviduoua, we will add that the en terprlse, pnblie spirit and uutiriug energy with which tho Messrs. Knabe conduct th- Ir business, entitle them In an eminent degree to all the honors and success which they have achieved in tc.lr Use. Lavish in the expenditure of time and moiey to Produce First Quality Piano, and adiertisiog extensively to make their establishment known, they have their reward in tie posses lion of a large and constantly increasing business, and the farth er gratification or knowing that whenever and wherever compe tition is the orderof the day, ludges uniformly pronounce t elr Piano to be "Excelsior." Baltimore San, of December 22d, 1S60. P S- A supply of the above Is now telng received by A.H. McClure, 33 Union street, the sale Agent for Middle Tennessee, who will sell at our factory price. marl7-tf cnoLGt,ia.&e Of L7 2L. NAallVlJLLE AND DECATUR ON and after Sunday, February 17tb, 1861, the Train will leave Nashville at C30 in the Morning, 0.30 " ' Evening. Arrive at Nashville, " 1:13 In the Morning, 1:15 " " Evening, Tho morning Train gjlng South. will Breakfast at Franklin. Both Trains make close connection at Decatur with the Mem phi and Charleston Railroad, to Iluntsville, Memphis, Mobile, New Orleans, and all points South, East, and West. At Nash ville, close connection i made with the Louisville and Nash ville Railroad to Louisville and all point North, North-west and East. The Local Accommodation will run as herecofere Leaving Nashville at 3:00 P M. Arriving at Nashville 10:0O A M. Freight Train leaves Nashville every Morning at 5 o'clock, nd arrives every Evenlrg at 7. o'clock, W. O'N. PERKINS, febl2,'01 dtf General Superintendent. NOTICE TO SKIPPERS. Nasnvnxz & C hattaic ooa a R.R. Co. J Superntendsnt's Office, ( DURINO the time break on the West-rn and Atlantic Rail road of Georgia, were being repaired, we used every exer tion to accommodate the luiiness of our Lccal stati ns. In cluding Chattanooga But now, thit the breaks in the State Boad have been repaired, and Trains are running through to Atlanta. Wo think it oar duty to move in regular turn, accord ing to dates, me ireiguuuuinave accnmmaiea uariDg me su pension ef transportations over the Western and Atlantis .Bail road. Therefore, no more freight for our local stations, Includ ing Chattanocga, can be received until further notice. And de siring to do equal Justice to all, during this unprecedented rush freight, we request all parties in the city Interested in the inipment of both, through and local freight, to furnish us with statement of freight ready ror shipment, that they may be en tered upon our Books and take their regular turn. The Mani fests from Steamboats and the Louisville road, will show for inemseives a to aates. m.n. wun, febie-tf Superintendent. OCOEE HOUSE, CLEVELAND TENNESSEE D. A. Tibbs, Proprietor. THIS Hotel! a spacleu new brick building just completed The proprietor has incurred a heavy expense in fitting up andf urnishing the rooms, to make them neat and comfortable. The house is now open for the reception of boarders, visitors and travele:s;and the proprietor can afford ample accommodations for 150 persons. An omnibus, with a good and safe team, will be at the depot to convey passengers to the Hotel and back to tbe depot again. The proprietor intends to try to make it a flntclass Hotel, and nope to stare a liberal patronage. acgl8 DAN'EL A. TIBBS, Proprietor. HOUSE PAINTING, THE subscriber is prepared to execute with the greatest promptness, al 1 contracts, however largj, which stay be ten deredjin a ityle and upon teres which cannot fail to give aatiifac tion. He i alo prepared to execute aU manner of lOX AXi) 0RXAJUXTALFAIXTIXe,3EAIXUO AXD HARIUXS. Having in that departmentsecured the services of the mostexper and experienced artist. Tbe subscriber would request person having work in hi J line to give him a call before making final arrangement B. T. FLEMING, cwcbB-dtr No G2, Union St., between Cherry and Sum atr TOBACCO AND CIGARS. WE have cn hand a large stock or fine Virginia Tobac co, also Tennessee and Kentucky Tobacco, which we are anxious to close out very low. A general assortment of Clfrarw on hand. inncSS LELLTETT & SMITH Webb, MemphU. B. 0. Webb, Oitttge MSI, 31 S. M. WEBB & CO., Cotton. IT L c -fc O X S AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. T Front Row, lUcniphis, Tenn. auglS-wCm $100,000. $100,000 3XnE57" GOODS 2 A. J. DUNCAN 8l CO. Importers and Wholesale DEALERS IN STAPLE AND FANCY jOIES." G-OOI3S: Varieties, zc. T7E7E have in store S f 00 .000 of Dry Goods sec, purchased Vv upon Me most f.vorabie terms, which we will bell at the lowest market rxicx roRrzoarr iAx or A. J. DIjIMCAN & CO. N. B. We are receirinz nsw geods daily and will give to .he trade great advantage in styles, quality and prices marlO- A. J. D. b. CO, WANTED. A WIDOW lady wishes for an engagement in a School to teach j the Piano Forte and Sinking, or in a family, to teash the usual.branches of an English education, together with Music Address a. uus tmce A good salary reqolied. mar23-tf SCO, 000 Deposited tvitli State Comptroller For ths Security of Tennessee Policy Holders. H. K. & P. P. PECK, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, COLLOSADE BUILDINGS, NASHVILLE, - - TENNESSEE T EPRESENTING safe and reliable Companies with large i.MJ capital ana lurpius. Hill insure Buildings and Contents against Fire, Shipments by River and Ocean, and THE LIVES OF SLAVES, Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid at this Agency mar$3-tf Ladies xtra Fine Winter Shoes JUST RECEIVED. LADBES KID D. 8. BALMORALS, " Calf D. S Lace Boot. " Kid Thick Sole Congress Gaiters. " Cair " " " " " French Lasting " " Quilted Heavy Sole Lace Boots, " Kid Fur Lined Buskin, &c, be ALSO, Misses and Children Boots, Shoes, and Gaiters and Schoo Shoes. Very cheap &r cash. JOHN RAMAGE, decl5-tr 42, College Street. T. M. X. JOXES. H. C. BULLOCK. JONES &. BULLOCK, ATTORNEYS AKD COUNSELLORS AT LAW, PULASKI, TENN., "W-SRACTIOE In the Court of Giles and adjoining counties? 5 Special attention will he given to the speedy collection and prompt remittance or auciaimsiniruiuaio luariwutt. febf-ly Notice. THE partnership heretofore existing under the name and style of Bingham, Mullen bCo., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the above mentioned firm will please call at the office or French, Irwin b Reid, cor ner Market and Clark street, and settle their accounts or they will at once be placed in inenanasoi anomcer lor collection. H S French is authorised to receive and receipt formoneyt i accounts. B INGHAM, MULLEN& J dw'Ui.tr . b PURIFIED COAL OIL. rfk.NEof the best articles or burning Oil ever offered for sale 1 F in the city. A large supply on nana ana ior saie oy STRETCH JcFORbKS, feb23 If Pgr. of College and Union streets. VICTORIA PIE PLANT. A FINE lot of the roots, in good condition for planting. For 4 sale at sct uttr.i, fet03 tl Cor, or College and Union street. Coal, TTTHTIT. farther notice, will be sold at the Tard or the Raccoo J Mountain Coal Company (formerly .tna) at the following prices: Lump Coal, per ton........ ........J5 50 Round do do .............. 5 00 Nut do do . .... 4 fO Blacksmiths' Col Co ........... ... 3 50 Mr Joux B. Laro will in future attend to the business of the Company in this plice, SAMUEL AUlflsvr, General Superintendent B M. C. Co. Orders can be left in Box No. Of, Post-Office, or at the Tard back of Nashville and ChattanoogaRail Road Depot. John B. Lans; Agent. Nashville, Aug. 1C, 18C0. Notipp to Shippers. NASn VILLE AND CHATTANpOpA RAIL. ROAD COMPANY. Ss Rtsirs&EXT's Orncx . ) Nas .ville, Tenn., March 8, 1661.) Freights frem the West consigned to the agent of the Nashville Ohattanooga B.R.Co., at Nashvll!e,and designed for ship me: t over theKoad of said Company ,are arriving at Nashville in greater quintities than can be shipped immediately ever the road or stored in the warehouse ef the company, to that temporary storage and pro tedtion have for the time, to be found elsewhere, and for the purpose cf having the charges for storage reason able and uniform, arrangements have been made with Messrs. Davis and Harrison, No Front street, for the storage or all river freights, at cost to corslgnee or 51.10 per ton or 2,000 pounds, which will cover Extra Drayage, storage and handlicg preuium for insucance,comis ions nd all expenses incidental to sterage. They agreeing to protect the freights for forty five days, without additional charge. If protection for that length of time is found necessary from any cause which is not antlclrited, particular attention will be paid to date, and eaeh lot forward cl (liiiitn will be made to give expedition t rro'ene it., litiihis.and obviate ne- ctsilty of storage at NaihvUlc . MarlO-tf bp B.W.COLK.Snpt. Sit Lux ot Lux Fuit COAL OIL LAMPS. E have Just received another supply or Ceal Oil Lamrs mnnir which are some veiy handsome patterns for par inn .11 fitted with the Collins burner, which is the last improve rsjeatna Is immeasurably superior to any other Lamp new be rorp theiJJtfileforroftness and stesdinessof flame, freedom fiom smoke, simplicity in' teprutruction, beauty and elegance in finish, cleanliness and economy." "0 Limp will give the light of rear eandlcsinddoespotcostajniltonj. The Oil we have Im ported to bmnin thesetamp Is cjear, bfiUtir$ article, free e in, offensive orrfnr. leave no grease snot whesi sraltnson carpet or clothing, and will not txplode " mtt: mn . in Wholesale and retail Druggists, No. 19 Pqblla Iquare, marl8-tr Nashville, Tnn. 7C 3HEo3TLOLXr TT? Office en Cherry street, opposite to where tity b-ild iei the new Hotel, feb2I om CHEESE. 10 Boxes Prime Now Just received hy D D DICKEY, LOiJi 1 AtaXASlBlSV Si At the Man and Mortar, on Market street, opposite Union street, Nashville, HAVING received full supplies of FRESH GOODS, offers or tale, at the lowest price, Ernrrs, medicines and Cbemlcals, SURGICAL, MIDWIFERY AND ANATOMICAL INSTRU MENTS. Paints, Oils and Window Glass, VARNISHES, SPICES, GLASSWARE AND STONE WARE; PAINT, VARNISH, COACH AND ARTIST BRUSHES, DYESTUFFS, PERFUMERY. FANCY AND PLAIN SOAPS. Fine Tooth and Hair Brushes, Letter and Cap Paper, Steel Pen, Inks, &c. Tobacco, Snufls and Cigars, Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety, Fuse Pure Wines, Brandies, Spirit, be GOLD, TIN AND COPPER FOILS, Fine Cutlery, Canes, Pistols, &C. FLAGG'S GOOD SAMARITAN'S IMMEDIATE RELIEF Fluoric Add, Benzine, Burning Fluid, Concentrated Lye, Candles, Combs, Glues, Fine Teas, Chocolates, Starch, Extract of Coffee, Prefer Jars, Flower Pots, Twines, Phosphorus. Piaster Paris, Cement. Bristol Brick Demijohns, Tube Paint, Sveedish Leeches, Shoulder Braces, 4, 00 Bolts! Gold, Satin, Oak, Velvet, Glazed, Plain, Border, Fine Board Prints, Centre Piece, Statuary, Papers Assorted. Mied Faints, Assorted, AT THE LOWEST PRICES, BT T WELLS, SION OF TEE MAN AND MORTAR, On Market St., opposite Union, Nashville, Tenn. Julyl2-tf TENNESSEE MARINE A5D FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital 8150,000all paid In. OFFICE North-Wet Corner or the Public Square. Wllltak t, 5n't ' or damage by fire on Dwellings aad other Houses, Goods In Store, be. Also Marine and Blver hazards to and from all ports Also BIsUno.i errroos npmnst tile Dangers ol tlie River. DUtxcTORs: JOSEPH VAULX, THOMPSON ANDERSON, JAMES ELLIS, N. E. ALLOWAT, JOHN II. HILL, JAMES CORBET, 0. M. FOGG, ALEX. ALLISON, U 11. UAiUISEg ..... THOS. L. BRANSFORD. . . Joseph VAULX, President. A.W. BUTLER, Secretary decS SPRING STOCK OF OOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. A. V. RUTLAND, No. 30 Union Street, (SUCCESSOR TO A. 1. It A. V. RCTLAKD.) tS now receiving cue of the most complete assortments ef Boot and Shoes ever brought to this market, which hasbeen selected with great care from the best Manufacturers expressly for the retail trade .comprising In part as follows: run L.ADlfcS. . 1UK UENXLEMEN, BOYS, adidsblackandbrownFrencb I MISSES AND CHILDREN. Oonzr ess Gaiters: Gentlemen's super French black and brown cloth laced Gaiters: buttoned lasting Gaiters; Glove kid Congress " extra fine kid Bootees; " " Slipper; ' "laced Rosettes; "English kid slippers; white kid and Satin ' Velvet English lasting " kid toilet Buskins, tbeabove with and without he calf pump Boots; " super French calf stitch ed Beets; " tup French calf pump Congress Gaiters; ' glove kid and P. Li Con gress Gaiters; ' calf pump and stitched Oxford Ties; " Buckskin Congress Gai ters; Boys, Misses and Children's Shoes of all kinds and qualities; Servants' shoes of every kind. AH of which I will sell very cheap for cash. Call at No. 30 union street. majg7j A. v. RUTLAND, Anderson & Romans, AT Anderson's Foundry and Machine Shop, NO. 53 BROAD STREET, A SE manufacturing six-horse power portable steam Engine, tyL suitable for printing offices, plantation use, and where small engine are required. Price $GC3. Stationary Steam Engine from ten to thirty horse power, at in i as tor as a ursi-ciass engine can ce rumisned at. n e are prepared to fill ordtrl Tor Engines and Mill Machinery of the lastest improved patterns at shcrt notice. Casting made from our stock of patterns for Flour Mill and circular, sash and Uuly Saw Mills, are unrivalled for strength, durability and economy oi power. ALL WORK GUARANTEED, . and experienced workmen furnished to set up our work when de sired. Contntly on hand a full assortment of castings usually kept at a Foundry. An experienced pattern maker and draftoan is employed Horsing drawing, (pecincations, plans and estl mat lamisaea on application. J Offie and Sales Boom at 53 Broadway,Nashville, Tenn. JuneS-dtf REMOVAL, Howe Sewing Machine Office, REMOVED TO 34 UNION. STREET., First floor, recently occupied by J 0 Harvey b Co, XN calling the attention ofour numerous patrons and tbe pub lic to our removal to more accessible quarters, we deem it unnecessary to rtfcr to the merits of the Howe Machine, ai their gooa qualities arc already nousenoid words." A full stock of Silk Spool Cotton and Machine Find ing alway on hand. CONE BROS.. Agent, 31 Union street. Janlfi-tf Nashville, Tenn. &s E. 3P. Spools., JTASnyiLLE, TENNESSEE, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Bluff City Insurance Company. Memphis, Tenn. Insurance Co.. of the State ol Virginia, Richmond, Va. ;Lyncuburpr Hose &aFire Insurance Co Lynchburg, Va. Pnccnizrinsnrance Company. lanlC. Hartford, Conn. Ths undersigned are prepared to Issue Policiesand renewals In the above nrst class company at current rates. H. X. b P P. PECK. Agent. Nashville, January 27, 1831. VIRGINIA FREIGHT LINES ! THROUGH RATES FROM Boston. New. ,"YorK, Plilladelpnla an Baltimore TO NASHVILLE AND ALL STATIONS WEST OF STEVENSON ON THE NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD, Norfolk, Virfinja. From Boston, New York, Philadelphia, 1st Clas. Sd Class. 31 Clss 1 05 $133 51 2U 1 C5 1 23 1 SO 1 Co 1 S3 1 SO 1 52 1 31 1 16 Sth Class fl l 1 I 1 08 01 Boston, Freight on Cotton from Nashville to Baltimore. Philadelphia. New Ysrk, or Boston $1 31 per bale of 500 pounds. The roods in interest are running Express Freight Trains, making the schedule time between terminal points. about seven days. Any information respecting the line or its operations, will be furnished on application being made to either of the under signed. R 0 JACKSON, Snp't East Tenn. & Oa. R B., Athens Tenn. M S TEMPLE, Sup't E T & Va R R. Greenville, Tenn, E H GILL, Sup't Va b T B B,Lynthburg, Va. II D BIRD, Sup't South Ride B B, Petersburg, Va. W MAHONE. Ertiidtnt tc. Pcteib g b V R B, Norfolk, Ya. fetS3-tf Land abr Sale. TP application be made before 1st January, I will sell oa aecom- -j.tinti . Fortv Acres of Land, three miles from the Corporation limits, on Mill Creek, opposite MsJ Golfs. This is one of the most beautiful locations In Davidson county. About one-half of the land is In timber, the balance in cultlva Hnn. There are on the oremise comfortab'e cabins and a fine vonng orchard. Apply to Maj Qon , near the place, or to my JelfrwVartleulars: OHAS. K. wINSTONi Jnlyl4-tr m lleanhl. and Charleston and allcthfrconuechogiioids will be received and sent forward without delay To insure prompt attention freights must havepuin shipping marks, the destination In full and initiils of last road on each oackaae . Stockent through with care and dispatch. novl8 dim General Agent. Fire ! Fire ! ! Fire ! ! ! . ..... THE remainder of nock saved rrom ine late sre on Bros street, is for sale at 51 College street, two door abov? Broad. All Good at halt their cot. Gxxesal pBBcny Oiy-z, Nirirvuil axd D at t B. B.? ' 'LK.Nor.n-ji.iteo. j .-ve .n4fter the 20th Inst.. frciehtaTir Decatur, all ooint w a m m jt.cm tLTi SAH. M. & E. v cn WHOLESALE GX8CERS, AND DEALERS A J TINE BRANDIES, WINES, TOBACCO. CIQATtn wavvs " OOSSSS OT O0LLXG3. Aim. cmmr.rr stmnrrv ""US SSbl.a nasKvnie, TenHon ' ISO hhd Suitar, allirraie; 10o.rj5ii"L.J.a5 isl-ojvs: 200.bblchcrce Molasses; ' MO kesJS5Jar, 100 X do ao loudozea Painted Buckt.t 450 bags prime Bio Coffee; 50 nests Tubs- "UI ICO bblfl Powdered, Crushed and 10 bbl English WKn. Loaf Sugar; 10 bbls PeSnT; J 150 boxes SUrCandles; 10 bbl Fllberti. 100 boxes TebaccOjassortea FIN 22 AlitiiiH JJii.S, WIHES, d-fl. 25 tK'choIceFrench Brandies; SO X casks Madeira, Sherry, and Port Wines i 150 basket best brands Chamnagit e; 50 boxes Scovill Claret, 100 bbl fine Robertson County Whisky ; 25 bbls pure old Ryo do S do do do Bourbon do And also s large stock of Pennon Whisky. American innA. Gin,&e. " Agent for theDunont.Hazard and Sycamore Powd. The tm. ders lgned being the only Agents in Nashville of the Manufacturer, would call tbe attention of' the Merchant and Trader, to their urxvBtucaei i owner on nana, m ju&gaxinerorsaie. 3000 kegsDupont Rifie Powder; 2000 keg HazardSlastlngPow- &uu x ao ao ao cer; 300 n it do do 3000 kegs Sycamore Blasting 2000 kegs Hazard do do Powder: 300 y do do do L0 ctses of Powder, assorted r M. ao ao ao Brands; MOO kegsDuyoatBlastingPow- 50 bbls Toy, Beckford b Co.. der. jafety fuse. Janll If. b. E. F. CHEATHAM, Agent. SOLE AGENTS FOR Dtrpont'sPowder; Joy, BIckford & Co.' Safety Juxara do Fuse Sycamore do FOR NEW ORLEANS And all Landings on HJiSs. River. (1SG0) NEW ARRANGEMENT. (lSCl) MEMPHIS AND N. ORLEANS U. 8. MAIL PACKET LllSnS! Tlie Splendid Boats of tliis now Lino will leave McmpUisandN.O as heretofore ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. MONDAY PACKET S. REPUBLIC, INGOMAR, Capt. A. Baird. Capt. J. D. Clarke. WEDNESDAT PACKETS. J.8IMOND3, IMPERIAL, Capt. J. F. Hick. Capt C.S. Roger. FRIDAY PACKETS. BELFAST, H. R. W. HILL, Capt. A. R. Irrin. Capt. I. H. Newell. These boat connect at Memphis with the Railroads from that point, on their respective days. Leave Memphis Immediately on the arrival of the M. b C. and M. bO. R. R Trains. Through Ticket will be old by all the Road In connection with thi line, and their Ticket recognized a good. Passengers can ar range their arrival so as to avoid delay at Memphis longer business or pleasure may require. For freight or passage apply on board or to THOS. H WILLIAMS b CO., Gen'IF't Ag ts.No 3, Howard Row. JNO.B. HYDE b CO., ept!3-llm Agents, New Orleans. A Fine Country Residence For Sale. MATING determined to carry my Ne oc to tho Soui, I will sell about Thrco or Four ndrcd Acres of Land, being part of the tract npon which I cow reside, situated on a good Turnpike Road, about thirteen miles from nasnvius, in one or the best neighborhoods in Wlb iamzon county. Eoll eaual toanv In K;to. For partlcu- Jars, apply to me, on the premises, or to A. V. S. Lindsley, in naauTllie sepj-dU f. A. rEKKIIiS A FINE FARM. CONTAINING 480 ACRES OF Valuable Land for Sale. 275 acres Cleared, and in a I ino stato of Cultivation. THIS Farm lies one mile from Jones 'Station, on the Win chester and Alabama Railroad, nine miles from Winches ter, and three miles from Salem, in Franklin county. On the Farm 1 a comfortable dwelling, good negro cabins, and all necessary outhouses. Close to the dwelling is a fine spring, a good Cistern, andpienty of never falling stock water. The land isZX RICH, and, for cultivation, stands unsurpassed by any icthecounty. I propose to sell this valuable Tract of Land, and would refer persons who wish to know about it, to Jihi P. White. NashTille, Tenn., er A3. Colyar, Winchester, i they can refer to me on the premises. ' HARVEY 8. WILLIAM., oct 2-tf Winchester, Franklin county, Tenn. Seeds. 1000 bushel Hungarian Grass Seed; 00 300 200 Millet Seed: Eel uats; Eeed Corn; , , Clever Seed. JAMES Mclaughlin & co. 50 For said by Jan3-ly Flour, Corn, Ac. 1 fl f BARRELS Extra and Extra Family Flour: UUU 0 ack Corn; SO bbls Lard; 50 Green Apples: 23 cases Parrapinc Wax Candles; 5i0 Flour Sacks,(fifty pounds,) On consignment, for sale by W: WATTS & CO-, Janl9tf No. 51 College street, near Broad! Valuable Printing Office for Sale. SITUATED in wealthysectionorcountryin Tennessee, and havinz an extensive subscription list and advertising pat ronage. The paper is Democratic, and willbe sold on reasocabl terms, to no one, however, but a Democrat. The psper was estab lished to advocate State Equality, and the proprietor will not le it go out of his hands to be devoted to any ether purpose. For further particulars enquire at the Uxiox axd Axericak Orncx. octlO-lm HIGH PRICE FOR NEGROES. T WILL pay the highest market price for 23 likely young Ne I groes.botb sexes, from 12 to 20 years. Call at 33 Cedar street I have for hire about 30 Negroes for the balance of the year uoysauagiris, oi an ages tome wen qualind. Q. W. HITCHINGS, feb20-lm 33 Cedar ROADSTERS TOR 1SC1 At the Fail G unds. PRICES REDUCED TO SU HE TIMES No. 1. Green Mountain IJlncIc Hawk. fEIHIS FIRST CLASS ROADSTER, will mike hi season for g 18ul, at the State Fair Ground, near Nashville beginning March 4th. and Closing July the 4th, at 820 the season, and 323 ror insuranoe. Uel.a beautiful black, six years old. trotted at Athens In 1EC0; In 2 50,1,', and is certainly t: e most handsome and perfect horse In hi. action that has been brought to the State, lie was bred In Vermont, imported by E. E. Jenniogs,and was by tbe iiatcu nor-e, ce r-y Li rntioot, ne ry uid Black uawt, he by Sher man and he by the Original Jnstin Morgan Dam by Duroc, Gr. u. at unariss ur gr. d noodbury morgan, and hence com Dines lour oi the est trotting crosses knewn. No. 2. Yankee Robin. A CAPITAL BAY COLT 4 years old by Ve mont Boy, dam by noodbury, will be let to SJu-areaa. 315 the season, 3.0 te insut e. lit is very promising. No. 3, Washington tho 2d. A GOOD BAY 3 years old, by Old Washington, dam an excel lent Trotting aiare, will ce let to u glares at 3iu ine season Jli to insure In real. Breeders will Mease examine the above Stallions. Goed Blue Grass pasture at the farm it T. Fanning, and grain to keep mares in gooJconaiuon,at 31 per week. ANDREW GREGORY, Nashville, Tenn , Part Owner anl Agent ror Company Oscar Kimball, will be ready at all times to show the atock to gentlemen. Refer to J. 0 Owen, or Williamson, Col. B. Allen of Sao ner, T. Fanning, of Davidson. Dr. Ai T. Qooch, of Ruther ford. Eara-il $SO,OOQ IN CLOTHING FOR SALE AT COST OTES OF THE CUT BANK, AND ALL SOLVENT Uant In South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Kentucky TAKEN AT ;PAB. Numerous centlemen wio have lost cenfidencein State Bond and the integrity of the Union, sow have an opportuuity.to deck themselves out in splendid style, and calmly await the disso lution of the Union and the day of Judgment. I also have 830,000 worth of property to dispose of on the same terms i. run Kits, No 31, Market Street, nov23-tf Opposite Union Street B ACON, Lard,BucicwheatFlour and Family supplies general ly,ry cuiiua u a autiki THE PRICE OF THE Boil Coal IS REDUCED!! nnO Fifteen Cents for Round Coal and Twenty Cent, for Lamp g coal, irom ine river, umce, nextio ine ua company, Cherry street. w. J. lliUiiAa mar 10-tf FLOCK. "1 rflsOk BBIS Extra, received per Hazel Dell, and for sale JLXr VJ ty V iVATTo b cc, mirlO-tf no. a u roadway In Chancery Court at Galncsboro. . BAD PLEAS ANTS vs John B Talbat and others Origi i nal Bill. April Rules, 1861 Oa motion of Ccmnlain- ant by his solicitors and ltappeaiing to the satisfaction of the Uierk and -Muter, rrom an alleca .tion In comDlainant, bill which is rorn to. that tbe delendants James A Spulock and hiswifd Clarlnda 8cuio:k. James K Talout.Jchn U Talbnt. William B Talbut Colman White are non residents of the State of Tennessee. It Is therefore ordered that publication be made ior lour successive weeks in tne union ana AmerlcaD, a news paper published in the city of Nashville, reduirine'sald 'son- resident" de'endants to appear at the noxt term cf the Chancerv Court to be bolden la the town of Oalnesborq on the second Fionas j la auzus: aad enter their delence to said suit or the same will be taken fcr confessed aad set down fcr hearing ex- parte as to Ujtm. WILLIAM II BOTXS, C. U ai. apiai-w4tpr sretS3 VALUABLE BUSINESS HOUSE FOR SALE. T PROPOSE to sell, ror tbetu oseor closlnir a Co partner. 8 ship business, the new three story Brick H ute, situated on vnerry street, a lew aoors eoutn or uroai, now occupied oy Messrs. Bnsh Bros' .as a Grocery Store. :The trorertv fronts 2feetoa Cherry St., and runs back 91 feet The third story is ntted up as a family residence, and offers ample room for a large lamny ; ana is ree irom taxation, state, county and citv. 1 1 is one of the mcsteligible business locutions in thit part ot the city, and will be sold AT A BARGAIN. For particulars as to iccauoa aau terms appiy oa lae premise or to mawu-im. ISAAC l'AUI.. R O C IC CITY ST U C C O WORKS AND Plaster and Cement Depot. IHAYE on band and am constantly supplied with thavery be;t Land Piaster, Plaster dr Farlsand Ilydraallo Cement. tVil. STOCKELL, febl7-w5n No 77 Broadway, Nashville. Tenn. THE SOUTHSRH CONFIDERAGY, By HANLE1TER & ADAIR, Atlanta, Ga. THE DAILT SOUTHERN CONFE DEE AO Y, under arrange aents just completed, will contain all the latnt intelli gence of every kind, reported expressly for us bv Mazs atie Tel. egraph, and the Mails. Also, daily renoits of the Atlanta and other Markets, Local Incidents aad Items, &c ,bc Price 35 jcm, u iur iia ooatns. or ou cents ror one month siwrv. In ine nttnui cuururiiM UUNfDEItACY Is maje up from, and ccpteins the fTWW of, the Daily. It Is a large thiet, aBugi?esai8reireinresainirttautr !ain'ny otter Vtetklj In the Confedart: State. Its Market Bepoita will be full, and made up fnm actual traniccticn,. Price 3 a year or 31 23 ior six montni invariaoiy in advance JL r Postmasters sre a. thorized to act as our Arpnt. tn r.S- taioUgutscriteisand forwarding the money f r which they will be allowed to letain. as commission, twentv-flre n m caca neexiy, or nil? cents DeacLyaiiy susstrjr. CrTsrajn getting up Club or fivj.tepor sorisubsori bers, will be sapplied ith the eooles ordered at la'i leMtban our regular terms jjj" a o name will be entered on our books until the money Is plres ior whkh pa) meat is made, unless the same Is renewed .-. . miu an wmi(vivu ,i, uuwuuuuiu ffufn met m, Y. Address. ilANLEITEK b ADAIR. aplIO-d&wlm Atlanta, Gecrgla. ' T ITHOflBAPniga, EKORAVIHU, PINTIKO AS? JJ Printing in 01, and Watercolorj, Views,' Purtnitj, Shoti lanos Vignettes, Labels, Mumc Title Diplomas, Bill Heads, rtriinrn. Cards. VilltlnirGird,. We.l.11n-rn. ... V-.:.I.' Ball Tick Ms, Admission Cards, Clrculaii, Checks. Bond, Notes) Drafts, Mips, c. The undersigned his newly made such array gemeE tain his bu Inessthatho is enabled, .o execute r.eatly, pr&ptiy and eie- auuy, every varieiy oi uic auove articles. J, F. WAGNER, CorcerkCedar and Chery streets, lb34-d2Bi NuhvUle.Tena. HAILROADS. rLeulsville andWaskvilIeRaHrad. SPREVG AND SUMMER SCHEDULE. COMMENCING SUNDAY, AprilSSth, lSGIt Train will run a follows: TrainNo. 1. Train Nc. 2. Leave Sash7ille- 4 AM. 3 PM. Arrive Louisville ISO AM. 1150 " STUENISG. Leave Lculrville- 12 M 15 PM. Arrive at Nashville 9.P M. 9-JO A M. The 3PM Train stops at all Intermediata stations between Nashville and Bowling Green. TRAIN NO. 1 runs dally all other train dally, Sunday ex cepted. TRAIN NO. 1 makes d'reet connection at Louisville for Cin cinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington City, PhJaelphla, New York and Boston. otb. Trains make direct connection for Cincinnati, Indian apolls.Chieairo, St. Louis, and all point North and Northwest. Through Tickets for sale at the Depot for all principal point Esstjorth and West. J. B. AND ERSON, novao-atf Superintendent. NASHVILLE, (EDGEFIELD) AND KENTUCKY NEW ROUTE TO THE WEST AND SOUTIT. MEMPHIS, JACKSON, NEW ORLEANS, VICKSEOnc. MOBILE, CAIRO, ST. LOUIS, NT. JOSEPH, PIKES PUAK.ic, CommcncInET Monday, April 15th, ISOI. Trains leave Nashville as follows: 5:30 A M Memphis Express Daily Eandav's rrr tM through to Memphi.lnJ5K hours ' attfW' 4:5. J" ,'y-Throug!, Io Memphis in 17 hours. Both Trains make close connections with train for all Ddnla Inthe8outh and West. inraiipcmts The 5:30 A M.TrainseonneetsatTalt's Station wilh Slaurh ter b Co.' line cf 3 ourHorse Coaches. fr Hopktnsville, Hen derson, be. A. ANDER30N aP"3"" Receiver. TENNESSEE AND ALABAillA RAILROAD ON and after Monday, September 10th, 15C0, the Morning Train going South will leave Nashville at 5:15 A M, Instead oi t.m. Through Ticket given to Decatur, Grand Junction and Mem phis. Only seven miles staging. The time from Nashville to Decatur. Graad Junction and Mem phis will be one hour and fifteen minutes leu than by any ether route. Returning, the Trala from Memphis. Grand Junction and Decatur will arrive at Nashville at 4 P M, oce hear sooner than by any other road. W. O'N. PERKINS, scptS dtf Superintendent. The Evening Train will leave at 3 o clock as heretofore. Nashville and Memphis, Grand Junction, Ne Orleans, &c, via Tennessee and AI ab a Raiicad and Connections. Commencing Monday, April lGtlSGO. Time to Memphis Tvcenly-tvso Hours. ONLY FIFTEEN MILES STAGING baocaqe enzenm -rnsoran Brrwr - akd dxcatte. X9AS3ENGER3 for the South take the 5 A.M. Train of the B Tennessee and Alabama Railroad; at Pulaski take Carter, Thomas & Hough's line ef Biagesto Prospect station, distant 15 miles;conneet at Decatur with Memphis and Charleston Railroad train for Memphis, Grand Junction, and all point South and West. Through tickets to Decatur and Memphis can be procured at the Tences and Alabama Railroad Ticket Office, on Broad street. Passengers going North take the 5 A.M. train or the Tennessee and Alabama Central Railroad, at Decatur connecting at Prospect i&uou wiuiiaeciageiineio tuiasti,SC Trains makeclose connections both ways with Memphis and vcaneston Kauroaq train at Aiecaior. acrl t-02m ft ASM VILLE AND CIL1TTANOOGA R. R. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 18CO, Passenger Trains, East and West, will run as follow GOING EAST. LeaTe Nashville at 3:30 A M and 3 PM. Arrive at Chattanooga 120 P M and 1:45 A M. COMING WEST. Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 A M and 730 P M. Arrive at Nashville at 5:30 P M and 8 A M. A LL rail connection and short troute to Boston, New Tork tL Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington City, Richmond Petersburg, Lynchburg Knoxvills, Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Mi mphis. New Orleans, be. Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on Memphis and Charleston ruilrrad.and at Chattanooga with Train on Est Tennessee and Georgia and Western and Atlantis Railroads. Through TicteU may be had at anv hour oa anDlieation ta Ticket Ageat,at office at Depot, to the following place and at the following prices, vis nashville to New York, via East Tenn b Va route 330 35 do do do do do do do do do do Charleston, 8. C 27 75 do do do Savannah, 27 75 Philadelphia 27 SO siaiumore 23 73 Washington.. 25 50 iuehmond- 25 00 Petersburg., .25 00 .23 75 . 21 50 .20 75 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do norli Aiynchrurg Salem, 1 Big Tunnell, Christian shurg f Virginia Sprlngs- .20 75 .20 75 .10 50 .21 00 .21 00 coawavuie, J ,. Auoxvuie - Charleston - Savanrah. ..- Macon- . 15 CO . 16 50 .11 GO Augusta- Atlanta. Columbus. 16 50 Montgomery . IS 00 Aiuntsvllle 7 00 Grand Joactioa Memphis . Holly Springs, Miss. Canton New Orleans . .11 00 . 12 09 . 12 03 . 18 50 .25 00 Faretteville. AicMinnvllIe. 4 0 4 30 E. W. COLS, Superintendent. Freight to New Vorlt and Philadelphia ON COTTON AND FLOUR, VIA CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH. Cotton per bale of not more than SOU pounds weight 31.25 Flour per barrel . ... 1.15 No Insurance necessary except from Charleston acd Savannah to New kork and Philadelphia. Cottoa compressed at the option and expense of steamen;when compressed, it can be freighted from New Yerk to foreiga ports at V to 3-1B less than cottoa not compressed. JXThrcugh receipt Issued by the Freight Agent of th Nash- v.iie ana (.naiianoogi iiaiiroaa. C.W. ANDERSON, dec 22tf-B t General Agit JASPER BRANCH RAILROAD. Orncx Nashville b Coa iasoosa Railkoas Co., ( OctoSsr3d, 1S59. BY order of the Board of Directors calls are made on the Stock of the Company subscribed Ior building a Branca Road rrom Bridgeport to Jasper, payable to the Treasurer ol this Company as follows : One dollar on each Share oa the 1st November, 1659, and two dollar on each share oa tne jstoays cr Decern Mr , leay, Jaaua ry, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, Septem ber, October, and November, 1E00. Paymentmay bemade to JacksoaPryor,at Jasper, or to the Treasurer at his oScein Nashville Promptness in meeting these call is requested of thesabserib ers of Stock, astheconstruction of the road depeads exclusively on the means provided specifically for that purpose. oet5 tf W. A. CLE AVE3, Trea rer . THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, 250 MILES D 0 USLE ISA CAT so a o THE CAr AC T 0rHEOADISlC0WEaCALTO AST a TBE cocimiT. THREE THROUGH PASSENGER TRAINS BETWEEN PITTSBURG AND PHILADELPHIA, CONNECTING direct in the Union Depot, at Plttsbnrg. with Through Trains from all Western Cities for Philadelphia, New York, Boston. Baltimore, aad Washington City ; thus fur nishing facilities for the transportation of Passengers unsur passed for speed and comfort by any other route. Express and FastLiaes rua through to Philadelphia without change of carsor eonluctors. Smoking Cars are attached to each train. Woodruff's Sleeping Cars to Express and Fast Trains. The Express Runs Daily, Mail and Fast Line Sundays excepted. Three Daily Trains connect direct to New York. Express aad Fast Liae con nect ror Baltimore aad Washington. All Through Passenger Trains provided with Loughridge' Patent Brakespeed under perfect control of the Engineer, thus addle; much to the safety of travelers. Six Dally Trains between Philadelphia and New York. Two Daily Traias between New York aad Boston. Through Tickets (allHail) are good oa either of the above traias. Boat Ticketd to Bostoa are good via Norwich. Fail Elver, or Stonington Lines. Boston passenger transferred free cf charge through New York. Ticket may be obtained at any of the Importaat Railroad Offices in tho West ; also, cn board of any of the regular Line of Steamers on the Mississippi or Ohio Rivers: aad Tickets at the Offices of the Company in Boston, New Ycrk, Baltimore orrnuadeipma. Fare always an low and Time as quick: as by any othcrRoutc. ASK TOR TlOKMli RY PIllSEUGB. The completion oi the Western connection of the Peaasy 1 raala Saiiroad to Chicago, makes this the DIRECT LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE GREAT WEST, ' The connecting tracks by the Railroad Bridge at Pittsburg, avoiding all dravags or ferriage cf freight, together with the sav ing or time, are advantages readily appreciated by Shippers of freight, and the traveling public Tor Freight Contrartionsor Shipping Direction apply to or ad dress either o f the following agents of the company : v. a. t. i-n.it vbt, riiuourg ; n.S.Piercet Co., Zancaville.O.; J.J. Johnston, Ripley, 0; R. McNeeiey.Ma Tille, Ky.: Ormsbv Crocper. Ports outh.O.: Paddock Co., Jsffenonvllle.Iad.: a W Brown Co .Cin cinnati, 0.; Athern b Ilibbert, Cincinnati, 0.; R 0 Meldrum, Madisoa, lad.; job a Moere, Louisviuo, Ky.; r u U'iiiley Co. EvansvllIe.Ird.:N W arahaa b Co.. Cairo, III.; R F Sass, Shaler Glass, St. Lcuis, Mo.; John H Harris, Nashville, Turn.; Harris Hunt, Memphis, lean.; Clarke b Co., Chicago, 111.; WH HKoontz, Alton, 111.; or to Freight Ageatiof Rail roads at dinercat points in the West. The Greatest Facilities offered tor the Pro tection and Speedy Transportation of LIVE STOCK, And Good Aecommodtlo 1 nita'ty TVrlvlIea ror ne on twvsl ilattargeth tno." FREIGHTS FORWARDED. Bv this route Freisbts or all descrintlnn n h fn nM. from Philadelphia, New York, Boston, or Baltimore, to any poin on the Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, jadlaha , Illinois, Wiscoa sin, Iowa, or Missouri, by Ssijroad direct Ine Ptarurylraali Eillroad a,'p cocaect at Pittsburg with iteaa. er by which Goods can be lorwapfed to any port cn the Ohio, Muskrum,Keatucky,Teaae-ee,' Cumberland, Illinelr Mississippi, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Arkataas, and Bm Rivers;andat Cleveland, Sandukj, tad OUtcago viUiall ports on the North Western Lakes . ' Merchant and Shipper ectrajtlag the traasportatioa of their FreijhU3taisCoapaay,caa rely with confides 03 it speedy transit. The rate of freight ta anv nnlnt in h. ' f k. ih. p.nn l vaaia Railroad are at all time a favorable a are charged by iu jwiuui uompaaies U i Be particular to mark packag "via Pima. B. B." E. J. SNEEDEE, Philadelphia. MAGRAW .KOOXS.80 North Stm .t.TUlllmnr. . LEKCII CO., No. 2 Astor Hoase.or No. 1 8. Wra. St.Ni Y uo..o n Biate sa-eet, Boston. H. IL HOUSTON, Gen'l Frsivbt Al"l Plu-ialp-I. Ll L. HOIIIT. Gen'l Tl -t.i W l.ilAde!n3 TH03 A. SCOTTta'l Sua't, Altaosi.P. 4i PhcBiiix FurBiture Store No. .10 Church Street, P, STOEiJR & CO., (Successors to Cain Corne-llu.) MANUFACTURERS OF ALL KIND3 OF Furniture, Iflattrasscs Patent School Desks, &c. also, cexeual' rraxrmux' dealesb. ITT Warehouse, 49 Church jtrtet. Factory, corner Jefferson ad Tcherrjjsireeia. " ' IC77urnitar'md to order, and old Furniture repaired sa, varnisb.d. fHOw Four Horse iTIai! Coach. THE only oneinLlaeolacounty.runnlng regarly three time aweekandtack.fro Fare ttevilleto Tullahoma: leavlcr Tullahoma.Mondav.Wedaesday and Friday ; In return leave Far. etteTUleTuesda7,ThursdayandSatnrday,to connect ths mails Favettevllleandthecarsat Tallahoma.andfor the accom rcoda tlsa of passengers. J. B. Smith.ageat, at Tullahsma. Good earns and cartful driver. Th fart through only two dollars. Jyl-aH JOEN H. TAYLOR. ' EV THUS Off, (LaU.Wcssel & Thomp son.) THOMPSON, SPEilBY HiiOLBSALE C5ROCER AJO Candy Manufacturers, SSALESj IX FOREIGN FRUITS, "QUORSjXoaACcl .I.TtJJ AI.I. tkAXvlJS OF CIGARS, No. 21 Mar lie t Street, Nashville, Tej THE ubicribTS respectfully announce to fh. t-j the Public generally, that they have completed T tensive Factory Arranges 3ettj.for the manufsetarefSi , of C ANDIE?, ron tbe ecmrr cn Stick to the finest I I InUtioa of Cor fee tionary rand being determined to trn.,, that will compare favorably wiia ths lowest Is tleavJIi1 hope to make, thi . desirable market, not only for t?T. but for every other in their lice of business. Br.,foek,cf Staple aad Tascr Groceries ha, no tux any of the Southern Cities; aid being thus combined wil ConfeionaryI)rpartz-nt,efrer rtrenr-r laducemeaf, i w." f !? "leal with vt tira any new kcer X, tothe-to all tan-, inn send lath, der which we guaranfee will to rs..r .J7 Shrtl" THOMPSON , StSSBSb j GREAT NATIONAL ROUTL.J 5- To BViP.re' pniadclphla, N and Boston, and the only Ro Alashlnsrton citi. CENTRAL OHIO AND BALTT-f o n F A OHIO RAILROADS terminate ttoeSfra toa City pa the East, aad Columbtuoa tUE?i it connects with Railroad, fo, eT, 5!' 4 .. w j iu in ine fi West, South-west rsn A w-t .- -l Phl-ffT vT ?ate t eitie. er lultl vtlltlTltle.";? orlaformatio The scenery is celebrated for Its Wonderrnl, ''i.110?1 1 u i cquaiiea in the world. It, rr J " police; its splendid equipment- UeSSL" aad l!-ihl Urze amount of double track- it, 7al? f'Ph Rnl Unco of the Company.! ef 11? he it! andeomftrt. '""mgers speed, i ThronrhTlrt.f. t . the principal Raiiioad tsdStiZJ1 JWuredl L. M. COLEearal flck7tAt ?2 TI aprEB, ,-W-WTO.OSxiSfe,coJ - witA-iikUV' r"T i . . I Charleston and Savanna! FREIGHT LINES- 1 RATES REDUCED AND SPEED LNCBEaI HaU.Cap.udBoaaeta. 2 CUu daranS01 three Time from NrVv ... . .. .... I and nine day,. '""aeiphia, j-en and a half NO detention, by to J"' "ZJ cept wcjtt'jtt2 ?a?rJ --sr,aa,;.;r.. ",B 4t Year. I we . "".M.rt win , JLrjL. i fceptember ca, io oota or whJSi eauallv . iV r. " w CfAlltn. 1 ..., uuniy, state or P STLAVART cbvm COII JL ver.Jame,B.McCarroIl als.v. r?? ATJ als-Petition tosell land. It appeiVtf ? BsuaBl ant, hill. thiT-. - at"zp.?alc' 558 L-ora esc! McCarroil, Jame7rCarr0irBOuel "I MeCarrolI heirs at law" Frauds McCaSS?1 Ml that . Publicatioa be ma;, SZStT, toniSi-! v -"I to eomnlalMnt. wi -TVT.: l'"u Pleau. fesa4 as to -em'aad t down' ZZZZZ. ?-U4e 1. dec7-wit-pr' fee 31 W.COCir. rJ cf Sewartrn. rl ulannys combmua Reaper ai Mower. WITHWOOD.S l.UPHOVXEST eelebrUde eceired iheirr.vl7 aou Medal, a the bestcombined EeanSa-wiS Cti tegreatUaitdStxtecaltar : Fabu'S1?1 Ky1InSptmber,lB57. ThVtrlalSme off aeai Terk,lnJuly,where all the prii mJmvJ5. Btxt- were thoroughly tetM. T.t J'i "" dent of th eDavidse a Cousty Arricul taki a-m Sir' durtgthe htisi(r-JS A-S-1 Geaeral Agent for the 8 tits. Vlkinatn fst-wtf """-"' CO . . NaTUla,; C a. Sare the Pieces! ?V AS accldtnSa vill happen, even It I very desirable to have seme cheap aad eoaveabfl or repairing umlt -e. Toy, Cro eiery, e. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE eeets all such emergencies. an no household can affefl wiiaout it. it is always ready aad up to the stkkln There Is no longer a necessity for limping ehairs, sp'a: neers. beadles dolls and broken cradles. It is just th tar cane, shell, and other ornamental work, so popular dies ol refinement and taste. This admirable preparation is used cold, being c hernia In solution, acd postetsiEz all the valuable qualities ef cabinet-makers' Glee. It may leased In the place of c mucilage, being vastly noje adhesive. "USEFUL IN EVER HOrSE.'l N B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Pxicx,S5oi Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar Strut, Neic , Address HENRY C. SPALDING ot C Box No. 300 New Pat up for Dealers la Cases cen ialar four, eiifc tan dozen a beautiful Lithograph 8 tow-Card accompaaril paczage. M J7 A single bottle of SraLnmo's Pset asx Glce tfl teatlme its cost annually to every houaahotdO I Sold by all prcminent Stationer, Drarxists, ardisl FornLiure Dealers, Ororers, and Fancy Store. 1 Coaatry merchants should make a note of Srau ssl rAixsULCz, when makiag up their list, ltwili ttaad aay I Jan' d tw wly illosl Extensive SOtJTHiGRiV PiAW FOH MANUFACTORY WM. KNABE CO., No 1,3, 5 aad 7, Kataw Baltimore, respectfully In Sara' their Souther that they have enlarged their factsry and are cow ore supply the sreat demand for theirsisao. They are box ably the most durable and eoatalaa:! the latast is iproij aad are fully guaranteed for fiva years. For iweeta s j power or tone aad agreeable tench, they are uatqualUd-J Thalberz. "trakotch aad other great piao 1st have cseuj their concerts, and Lave yiven ceitlucatea fr their supj They have, for the last tea years, takea the first cremlal all competition in all the dlCfjrept States where ttry taj exhibited. Last year thjy Eecaired five first aremi as. Montgomery, Ah. One for the Lest South era-no Jtpiaj one for the best alntt all csa-petitioa. I A full supply of the above celebrated Instruments wl celling by J. A. McCLTRll marl, MMSrtriy go!t Agent, HasJ m ju, . I Portable Plantation and Flon mill Stone Establishment. i UBR Mill-Stone of all Ue on hand, and made' SmatMilll.of hoI.tr. tannirfnitml' Altli f Mill Gearinir. Boltinr Clothif iltln?. nalitlar and Eel Screws; Screen Wire, Mill Picks, aad Plaster Parls.1 which la warranted of best quality aad to give satis ctkl aii oraers ana con lusieattocs promptly aaena J. M. WASH Opposite Broadway Mills, near T A R R, $?e i atl j uaew-a wtr nif3.jiu. TO BUILDERS. fH7Earepreparadio dott Tin.nooi as V VV Sbaet Metlrat(.--zTinhaikil most sahrtaatlal maaalr, and will coat- vet f'r avh s,t I est possible ralesT T. M. lr -)5lK X OGJ Flrstdoor below rest i i -oa vase apeVd-w Naah, lle-fl Corn, Hay and Oats, TUST received a, largelot of Cora, Hay aid OaU, whki tj? sen low ror casn. ai , POTATOES, FLOUB AND ONION SEl A large lot far sale cacap. Also, EXTRA FINE BROOMS. JOO dos very floe Brooms, Jiilreerlved on mull areeffer-f very cheap. Now Is your Ume for good ttrl VUiUOO-. JIAi mT-7-tf Charclil Prints, WE are daily receivias: America Trials, towtJel vlt the attention of dslmui CaiBia.LX.0Sl and tr8 tell Vitm cAeapjr than any Westers heuse m afford to do It. JAMES LOW COB car -tf S08 k 210 Sixth street. LoalsrilkJ NOTICETO CONSINGELS. Louisville and Nashville IRailrj SYS and after April 1st, I86I.no Freight wU lbclJ a aiouisvuiesj jiasav""! - --t- r a are paid. Coasfgsre will rsttied of ties ival Good, together with th amoaat jr tkargss. ajst facilitate the adjustment ef an elates lor toll dam overcharge.aad has been found necessary. la crJertoer Agents to make return to the Generai O-cw a require mfrla iw 7. B. ANDERSON, if jU LACK SMITH IN G. JitMES.O.DAYLtBSd TT AVISO commenced the Blaeksmi a -ulnts aj S-3 .i.i ri.rul. Church atreet. two lo .l &?.SZ. . j. tuof tu ring a noitlon o:-nMi. will prompUyatUad Pb.Tr3.V,r,rJierl?t: 1 ...n.ntia tothezaaklnrandcntttn. . J in repairing carrus --, aii ctatrlob , mar3l-3io i F. W. GKBEjHajlcjjk Drussrisr and A o ck'ecnl CORNER MAR ST AND CHURCH .STMKsJ lNushviUe, Tchb. jrxthu m fc-o-tge rapKtf-Iy ttSciitJ )WSHII ii a- MM -.orewejasticesof tbeCouat, Csurt of Ste.art i beholden at the rear: house, la said eonntr In ivf Teaaessee, the ftrrt Jlonda, te 35&?'?B$l or demur to eomnlalMnt. wn ...i.c"i'4?.'1 Plead.