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wmmmgssmmmmmmmmm lfi.ti v CM I j - Are now receiving their STOCK OP I Ooods HIS Consisting olja Urge and variedMortment'of HEAVY STAPLES, TO0H.Ar PRINTS, DOMESTICS, LAWNS, . JACONETS. JEANS, FLANNELS, mFAHT STUFFS, VARIETIES GENERALLY c, &o And nitortets!prltInrreebTrlttyotaortBient,iid In inch quanHUesasJustifyusfullylB saying that In HEAVY DESIBAR&E STAPLES ASO lSedlasa Coat Drcaa Geoas, wo HaT aoTcr offered, a SUPERIOR STOCK. EWa'-wlll aell them to our old Friends and Custo mers on the usual T6rms ; ARB, TO CASH BUYERS We will offer bhcu laducementa as will Command tlislr Trade. 1RBY MORGAN CO. CRISIS TO TH ARiY SPRING HP0B.TATI0N POE 1861 BY RlfllKY&C 55 COLLEGE STREET, GOODS NOW BEING Jf dally reoelred and opened, will be very complete In every Department. Dres floods AND This stock will be as desirable in quantity, quali ty, and cheapness as heretofore. 4 HOUSE FURNISHINGS, AND NEGRO GOODiS. A complete assortment in Carpets, Curta ns, Oil Cloths, &.C; c, &c AHof theabovt vsUl Itseldalxuatsnallylov) prices for CASH Vy c fflWAIRY & CO. Aprils lm For Sale or Exchange for Wcgrocs. T OFFER for sal. my present gUffi tachrton'y 1 acre, of the bert garden ?if h,riVrPo..'e..loJ one fourth or a mile aoum 01 u given Immediately, martft-lni Apply to or .VtRp p. mOKB. NOTICE. SDITORS and all other persons lntereitrf, are hereby noti fied that" pedal term of tbe.Chancery Court, at Oh loite,Tenn.,win beheld,commenciogon Monday ta i may next, xms x in juarsn, jcu. By order of the Chancellor. apM-wtt n O C0LLIKR, Clerk and Master. ENGINEER OJIREDby Revenue, out of Andrewetta. (the dam ofBoitocal will raik. the nreient Season at the usieoi vi. Jim. u. uitu, near uaiiaun, icna., at 950 the season aud II to the Groomi Eorpar-. tleuUrs refer to tills, ta riM-lm i iieniiD. BBLS Potst tore and to arrive ferule by ' W. WATTS c CO., Ho. J Broadway -nm j7hUVeto call attention. H.rjMjaw,d. laperbiT ?-2d Ecn the store. No. M Market stmt, n floor la tie old .b traits ty attention and fair dealing, to merit a share f. ?.,. a Iain nartlcularlr desirous to shc-r to those - n.tn tmn&ass. my stock of Matt-wscs. jort side, and Mtial.tr not superior, to anv others Id the market. By calling !?.. "Tted f tore" No. SSUukctltrecWTOa will -est with Utlve clerks, v"ho deem It a plfesuie tQ show' tha stock, latT you wiaa ip purej3 cibi u cunnctxtsfs other atablUAmtnt, fire works: AW) fire works:: TORCHES! I i No. 45 Union Street, U AS newthe Set aaorlraent inNahvlllo of ertrythlny In use "1 iWm line, which will ha anlil -.nnlMale and retail. OT ai a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches are methJtog, and the best thing ever lntrodaced for TorelvLlght rocees - ons. " PIANOS I JHCSICX -ar f.j..M.T.ii fiv .." pianofortes frcm th I following rw&!&' siaxietou Brothers, wb. liaume wi - ,,;-",; - Bradbnrry, and SeebeUer 4 Schmidt, all of which will be sold ...n;ilJ...,..hornemtlablepaj!n AUtha newandppularmurieju- vioimi. vintpi. urami. rru - - - r-zis come to me," at number 3a. 3- A. MouLunE. septic-tr A Thousand Ilahles Wanted. B wi 1 euarantee a perfect likeness every time. Wehave a ."!,?. -...w for their me. and can take them in a frae lery a doi tine, and at last go away dUappelnted, If they wlU bat take them 10 nnvufTrrrr niTTTiv I febl7 land for Sale. ThenndeniirnedwUIeel hliplanta Ion, called CimiL Yirnr, lying on the Berth of tfamberland Biver, three mileefrom the City orKashTille, containg about Tlirco Xlun l red Acres. He will aell it all together or In tmall tracU or lots, to suit purchaiersi Or will eichanee it for well ImprOTOd property in the city. Itiiof the Tery best quality of soil ; is well watered ; about half of It In cultivation, and the balance In fine" timber and paitnre There are two good aweiitng nautei, a gooa uaru uu uojc, Jor Information apply w uie unaenigncu or w uuu - Casli System. FOB the year 18C1 our busineu will be Rt adantln this iTitem, we know we can make it greatly to the Interest oi our menus 10 give as uinr P"""1"" . jtal.tf .81 Public Square. w-rraT toiA .mi fnr rnnitintlv. a fine article of Paraf- Also, a conslmmeni or rerramery, jkncujj , iu, trade. IjanSJ-tr J o. w. GARDENERS AND OTHERS. Growth of 18C0. m -v x. r st - ' T" IS" JL a W W K " a j a nvKV TrnTlTTTK HT.T?flf THESE MOST RELIABLE A. Seed In NASHVILLE, is now receiving the largest supplies ever offered in this market. LANDRET1T8 Rural Register, DescripUve Catalogne and Almanac for distribution trails. 19,000 Papers assorted Garden Seeds, Flow cr Seeds, Vc. 30 BARRELS Wnrrr Eilvxx Snsi Oxiox Srrrs; Red Clove Onions; Bears, Peas, &c,tc Grass Seeds, asssorted; Bu Cuvxx, Herds, Grihs. Timothy, Orchard Grass, Blue Grass Seed, Ate.,' Ojioi OaaMoi Sxxd, BT rr. wells, fBIGN OP THE MAH ANDMORTAR, On in a r lie t Strecet. oppoito union KASHYILLX, TSlfilSSES. JanlS-tf Fresh Arrivals BT THOMPSON, S PERKY & CO., NEW BUILDINGS, 24 MARKET STREET, Naanvllle, Tcaaccsee. ORANGES. f BOXES Mesina Oranges In prime condition, reeelv t ed this day and for sale low by na.lt 7 THOMPSON, EPERRT 00. FIGS. DRUMS choice new Tigs, Just received and for sale by THOMTSON, SPERKV t CO. 5QO marlO-tf pRESHand Genuine Vacdne Matter, for saleby & cQ marl7 tf IIAISINS, Ctfl PACKAGES Layer Raisins, In boxes, halves and .w.t.r. In .tar .nil fnrs&le bv marK-tf THOMPSON, SPEEEY&C0. CIDEK. 1 i5 bv BLS Cbampalgne Crab Cider, Just received and for sale inOKPSCN, BPERRY & CO. maris-tf A GENUINE NOVELTY. The Paper Neck-Tie. Majictictcmd csxiErxT oi TarrR. Pxtxht Arrusn Poa THE merit af this Tie consists not only in its close resem blance either to silk or cotton labrics, but also in the case with which it maybe adjusted, and Us exceeding cheapness. Tne prices are such that A NEW NECK. TIE MAT BE WOW." EVERT DAT. And the wearer not bs charged with improvidence In his expenses for neck dress. Buy them ana try mem. CONE BR0S.,Agent, 34 Union street. marlG-tf Mitchell's silver Oil, FOR THE SEWIVa MACIIINE. Price 25 cents per Bottle. THIS is a very Superior Article, and isprepared with a great deal of care and experience, expressly f.i 'the : Sewing Ma chine CONE II BOS Agents, Bwrlt-if 34 Union street. HOWE SEWING MACHINES, At Greatly Boduccd Prices. nnnESE Machines gather and sew on the Band at the i earn JL time. Sew every variety of fabric, and are undoubtedly the best and simplest Machines In the market. CONE BROS., Agents, marIStf 34 Union street. machine Silk, full assortment, at 25 cents per Spool. CONE BROS., Agents, A marlS-U 34 Union street. BROOKS & ORR'S & McNAUGHT'S OipOOLOOTTONS.all sices. In Black, Write and Colors.at SO cents per dosen, at HOW E SEWINO MACHINE OFFICE, 34 Union street. marlG-tf STORAGE AND COMMISSION COMBS &T MARTIN Churcli Street, bolow Post-Offce. feb4-tf BAG Si WE will now pay the former price. 3 cents, for good eoun try Rags, delivered at our ware-house , at the Korth-east corner of the Square- W.S. WHITEHAM. fetfrlm CUOSSS-TIES WANTED. THE Nashville and North Western Railroad Company wish to contract for 40,000 Cedar Cro-is-ricy. 9feet lJitg.O inches thitk, well hewn, to face at narrowest place not less than B inch.s clear of bark, timber to be sound, to be deliver ed at the grade line of the road in Nashville. TheconJrsj:ori want to contract for 30,000 llitc or Post link Ties, of the same sise as above, to be delivered on the line of the road In files from section 14 to section 24, enough on each section to scprly the same. Periont wishing to bid will direct to e President and Direct, ors of the Nashville and Perth-western Railroad Company' Naebvttle,TenD .uiystu-tf OATS, OATS, OATS jTbsBDSnsLSP"toeWMteCat, treduced prlaesby COMBS fc MARIIM. marl3-tf HAY AND COBN. A LARGE lot,Just received and for sale low by COMBS & MARTIN. mar 13-tf ONION SETTS AND POTATOES. i f BBLS choice Onion setts, lJ 100 bbls choice Potatoes, Just received and for sale low by mrl3-tf COMBS & MARTIN. Goergia and South Carolina Money W FROM NOW TILL FURTHER NOTICE. E will take the notes of Georgia, South Osrollna and Alabama at par for all goods, and for debts due us I-ct. C "GO-tf SNYDER & FRIZZELL 3Dorscs.oxrlllo cfc Co. JTJAVE received a fresh tsi srell selected lot of DRUGS. PIEDICINESj PAINTS, OILS, wnien mey are oOerinK at reasonble prices. A large lot of pure Cider Vinegar. For sale by DEMOVILLE TJ0, feb20-tf TJnion and America j Building, PARBOW'3 Lexington MasUrd, for sale by . DEMO" DEMOVILLE & CO. feb2&-tf Shelled Oats, Corn and Rye. 400 BAGS OATS; 500 Bags Corn, 200 BsgsBye. Received this day and tor nlc iw bv novl7-tf a HUGH McOREA tc 00 A No. 1 Trotting- JEony at Auction. ILL be sold at 10 o'clock precisely, on the lOthinst, n fiost efour Auction Booms, under attachment, a No. 1 Socrol Pony. Terms cash. f. anC U REKJ F 8HIFLDS Jc CO SV9 KSSIPPEOS. Serin -rrrscixT's 0,-Ttcs, N. U C. R. R.,2 Nashville, fta. 31. lflCl. .( OWING to the nnusual accumulation of Ereights at Hpa Tille. as well as other transhipping points soulh of ocr "Road, we are compelled to stop receiving 1'reight, for a few dayr- when further notice mil Mgiven. -" tu. w. uuuk. "a.W)l-U S irtsr .-csgswiiiaei-.-. ED WARD3,H ARRIS C(L Succeaotg to Edwards, Gflscrsan &.Co., Wholesale Grcers Forwarding and Commission Merchants, SZAXZKS'tH Drandlot WIhc Tobaccot, CigaM a-ct COnXAli COLLSOSAKD OStiKCnSTBKSlS. Nashville Tchh. nt TS ARB IN RECEIPT 0? A AND W1SI.U W y ttlected stock of Groceries, Tobeeccs, Iilquors aci com ct ind In part a follows, to which wa xtrpeetfally InTits the at- teatlon of the Trade.. &UGAH, MOIiASSETt AND BVIllJP. hMs Iiouisian SaKir; Mbbls Ircrlrig's piRdetea AObhl Coffee '" Ol boxes n'lt Loaf Sufrari IllOlihts Plantatlen Halatun: SOniif bblineSned Uelanei: 100 half bbls Plantation Ucr . SO paekag i iSU Louis Qolden lasses;, By . MbblilUSned Molasses: SOoks Hew Orleans Golden SObblsLoTerlsg s DUChrush- Syrup; ta bus an COFFEE. 100 bags Baltimore Rio Coffee; 50 bags Old Ool. Jara Coffee; 100 bags New Orleans Rio Oof- 50 bigs Lagsira Coffee; - AYIIISIY. 100 this Rectified TVMA-y; 50 bbls Robertson county Wfcli- iw lenn, wmta " rey; 10J Ky 1)D " SObMs Smith's Old Reseae 100 package Old Rye 'Whiiky Whiskey; z puncLeons or mtii ana tscotcn wmsay. UUAN'DIES. WINES, ic. 10 quarter casks A Selgnette's' 10 casks Madeira TTInel lirandy; 10 " pale Sherry Wine; 10 quarter casks Ottrd, Buprey 3 OldPort " a Co's Brandy; ' " Sweet Malaga Wine) 50 qr casks Rochelle Brandy; 10 " Dry " " 10 qr " united proprietor's su pits uinger wine; Brandy: 50 baskets Champagne; 100 pks AmerfcanBrandyi a Doxesuiaret: 25 pks lemon Cordial; 25 " Mint " 50 boxes bitters; 25 pkj Holland Gin; liw " uinger 50 " Cherry 5 " Blackberry " 25 " Kaipberry " 10 casks Rum; TOBACCO AND CIGAKS. 300 boxes Virginia Tobacco rations brands; 500 " Kentucky " " " 23 kees A J Smith's Pancake Tobacco: 50,003 Superior Harana Cigars various Brands: 100,000 " German " " " 50,u " Bomesao " CAN DEES AND SOAP. 400 boxes tar Candles: 50 boxes stearin e Candles, SOOhlf" " 5U " Tallow " 150 qr " " 150 boxes Soap virions kinds; FJLOTJR. 100 bbls extra Pamlly Hour; 100 " " Superfine " 100 bags Pennsylvania Buckwheat nonr. STJNDBIES. 1000 sacks fine and coarse Salt; 100 dosen Buckets; 500 bbls Kanawha Salt: 50 nest Tubs: 1000 kegs Nails and Spikes; 25 racks S 8 Almonds: 50 bbls Pecans and Filberts; 10 bbls English Walnuts; 100 dozen:. Brooms; 100 dozen Zinc Wash Boards; 500 reams Wrapping Paper; 500 boxes mats ware; 503 Reels Cotton Rope; 100 casks Soda: 1000 Bounds Bar Lead: 500 bags snot, assorted sixes; 100 dosen Fresh Cove Oysters; 25 cases Sardines, i and U boxes: 50 bxs Lemon Syrup; 150 pks Raisins: 100 " Mackrel; 25 chests Green and Black rags repper; 85 " Allspice; 50 bxs Ground Mustard; 50 " Fire Crackers; 50 bbls Cider Vinegsj) 50bblsXXAle; Teas; With a variety ef ether articles. ma'C-tf EDWARDS HARRIS A CO. SOUTHERN TRUNK MAHUFAGTOH Fassett 8c (Jrossman, AT0. 5 1 MAEKETSTJiEKl, KAEE YILLE, TZX1T., anuf actnrcrs and Wlioiesale and Betal SIAURSUI ALL Kurosor Eadics and Gents' TravclJntr Trunks, BONNET BOXES. VALISES, CABPET BAGS, ice, Vc, DESIRE to call the attention of all tho;e In want of any thing in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we are confident that we can sell as low as 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 Eatt ex pressly for jobbing. We especially invite the attention of the Ladiestoocv PATENT T BUN & FOB EADIES. It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols, Brushes, and a vater-proof compartment for Sponges, Oils, &c All kinds of Trunks mads to order, covered or repaired, a rtnotlce. Gire bs a call at at 51 Market street, two doors Eeuthof the Square. FASSETT & CBOSSSIAN mayl9-dfetwly APPLES. BBLSEpitxenburghs, Russets, varieties, for sale by W. TOO matlO-t , Ealdwla's and other WATTS fcCO., No. 5 Broadwa PHOTOGRAPHIC CARD. I TAKE pleasure In announcing to my old friends and cus tomers that after an absence of two years, I have again re turned to resjnp the practice of the Pbotograpbic Art in all its brancbtj', having purchased the Interest of my grether In the old established Gallery In Fcjon Street, and having spent four months In New York the past Summer to obtain folly all the late improvements in the art. I have painted, reuov&ted and enlarged the suite or Rooms throughout. That my facilities are now betUr to produce first class work than melt Galleries can beast of, and conduce to the comfort of cur patrons, I trust not only to susuln the proud position the Gallery has heretofore sustained, bet to elevate it to a still higher standard. I have alio engaged the services of Mr. COOK, one ef the best Photo graphers in the world, who took the Pictures which obtained the first premium at the World's Fair in London, in 1E51, and I am determined not only to make this the leading Gallery In t State, but my work shall not be surpassed Noith or Sou and new introduce to the public the following new styles: Imperial Photograph, India Ink; Vignette, plain or colored; Ivorytypes, colored; Pastel Pictures, life site; Photographs on Canvass, life site; Visiting Cards, full length, plain; Autograph Photograchs, Id taken at one sitting. Bterreoscopes, on glass or paper. I continue to make theMelainotypeand Ambretype as hereto fore. The above styles are all entirely new in this city, except the Autorrsph Card, which was only made one at a time. All who arelnwantofanything In my line are politely invited to give me atell before visilins elsewhere, whenl will prove by occular demonstration tk &tovp fafis. ResnectfullT. oct3i-tr F. W. HUGHEB. For Kent. VKRV desirable room In the Union am Aiixricaw Build A Ing, for the remainder of the year, with the privilege.o sari Apply at this 0S. nov.i at J ext yeari SEASON'S ARRANGEMENT FOR 860- 6 1 Cincinnati and Nashville Pioneer Line. rrtnE following boats corapiUe a regular line, and will re- 1 main permanently in the trade dutlnc the entire season, and in all cases shippers may rely on the punctual departure of these boats as advertise: Steamer NASHVILLE P. K. Bakciat. Master. 8teamer GLEN WOOD J. A. Fkaxiix, Master, Steamer MKLROEE War. Mrrcixn, Master. Steamer CLIPPER T.J. Brccx, Master. H. H. HARBISON deoQO-Ca A. HAMILTON, Agents. OILS, OILS, OILS. MetcalfeBrothers & CO., HO. 25 'BROAD STREET NASHVILLE, - TENNESSEE, Wholesale and Retail DEALERS IN COAL OILS: PABAFFINE burning oil, CARBON BURNING OIL, COTTON SPINDLE OIL, .. . ..,ENGINE OIL, OAR AXLE OIL,' MACHINE OIL, CRUDE, Prepared and Refined PETROLEUM OILS, OAR ANp WAGON GEEASE, PARAFFINS T7A? CANDLES, ALSO Exclusively at Wholesale EAGLE MILL OOTTON.YARNS, COTTON ROPE, OSNABURGS AND SHEETIN03, COTTON PLAIDS AND STRIPES. W refer by permission to Gen. G. P. Surra, President Bank of Tenneste, Johjy A. Fishxr, Cashier, do Mr. Tnos. Martiic. President Central Southetn Railroad Company, Pulaski, Tcnn. Also U thefollowing WhoelsaleMerclianU in tUscity: Messrs. MORRIS & 8TRATT0N, BTRATTON & SEYMOUR, GARDNER & CO., FALL & CUNNINGHAM. Terms Mar3-tf Casn. THRESH slfied Meal, Hominy nd 8Uck Feed, , lust received and for sale by BENJF SHIELDS &C0. ffarlt- tf T. B. Norxu?, Memphit S. A. Wasoit, A. M. Caktsx Normcnt, Wilson & Carter, COTTON FACTORS, Commission and Forwarding BXcrcnantss No. 3 Madison street, KZcnipnis, Tennessee; TTJ Orde rs for Bagging, Rope, andother supplies, promptly inded to . aug!8 wlf iEra"TiST, OFFICE, 10K PUBLIC SQUAUE KIXT BOOR TO BAKS fc BROWlt's BSCS ST0RI mar23-dlm Flour Extra and Extra Family, to arrlTS per Ball aiThri 9 ltAr L-lfl .n i-nnef mraent bv Lvpjti?os : ANOTHER TRIBUTE TO THE SUPERIORITY or We Piano Fortes. TrTTTR are nlcascd to learn that at the treat "WnrH's Talr." ' V held this month in tho city of Maccn, Georgia the enters. I prising Baltimore firm, nm. nnnto auo., were awaraed toe .1 lrtt Premium over all competitien, for thdr ccIebratcd,GoLB-J jur-ai l'laxost ana izxt cans unoer we direction oi me. Southern Cotton Planters' Aucciation, a tIarg asdlnfiaentul body of men, h importance attached to receiving fie boners of their FaU,prodneed,aswelearn,sa-rmasudegreebIcam' psatienouthaptrtofmaaycf thti Piano FortsManuXictnrers nf thit conntrr. reveral Ttiv fine Instruments were" on' exhibi tion; but after a most patient and thorough examination of their respective menu, inejuagcsunanuauiujy ueciuea luat me one Irom the manuiacioryni nm xuiaiB vm was ins jiioce fd," and awarded the Medal accordingly: Without wishing to appear inviauous, wo wui sua mat me en ternrl w. r.nhlic snirit and untiring energy with which the Messrs. Enabe conduct their business, entitle them in an eminent degree to all the honors and success which they have achieved lrt their line. Lavish In the expenditure of time and money to" Produce First Quality Kano, and advertising extensively to make their ertabllshmen t known , toey nave toear reward in the posses' ion of a Iarce and constantly increasing Easiness, ana the far in- crmtiteitiaB of knowing thatwhenever'and wherever compe tition is the order of the cay, judges uniformly pronounce U eir Pianos to be "Excelsior:" Baltlmcrs Sun, of December 22J, 1850. K H. A IQDD TDIUie BUVIC UDUH irUK rcCClTCU UY A. XII McOlure, 33 Union street, the sale Agent for Middle Tennessee, who win sen at ouriacioiy prices. marli-tf NAaHVILLE AND DECATUR 3L a. X DEtL oa d. "VN and after Sunday, February 17th, 1861, the Trains will J leave Nashville at 0:30 in the Morning, C.30 " Evening. Arrive at NashvUle, 1:15 In the Morning, t:is " Evenlne, The morning Train going South, will Breakfast at Franklin. Both Trains make close connections at Decatur with the Mem phis and Charleston Railroad, to HuntsvlUe,Memphls, Mobile, New Orleans, and all points Booth. East, and West. At Nash ville. close connection is made with the Louisville and Nash ville Railroad to Louisville and all points North, North-west and East. The Local Accommodations will run as herecofere Leaving Nashville at 3:0OP M. Arriving atNathvllle 10:0O A Mi Freight Train leaves Nashville every 'Morning at 5 o'clock. Ba arrives every jsvenirg at i ,o ciocc, W. 0N. PERKINS. febl2,'61 dtf General Superintendent. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS Nashvzllk - & GnATTAxooaA B. B Co. I Superintendent's Office. I TPvTJRING the time breaks on the West-rn and Atlantlo Rall- X road of Georgia, were being repaired, we used every exertion- to accommodate the business of our Xocal stations. In cluding Chattanooga But now, that the breaks in the State Road have been repaired, and Trains are running through to Atlanta. We think it our duty to move in egular turn, accord ing to dates, the freights msthave accumulated during me su nenslon ef transportations over the Western and Atlantlo Bail- rnad. Thcrefore.nomorefrelihtforeur Xocal stations, Includ ing Chattanooga, 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 snlpment of both, through and local freight; to furnish ns with statements OI xreigm reaay lor shipment, insi uiey may oe en tered noon" our Books and take their rerular turn. The Mani fests from Steamboats and the LoaisTille road, will show for themselves as to dates. js . w . u Oi-i, febie-tf SuoerlntendenL OCOEE HOUSE, CLEVELAND TENNESSEE D. A. Tibbs, Proprietor. nrtins Hotell a spadeus new brick building just completed U TheDroorietorhas incurred a heavy expense in fitting us andfnrnlshlnethe rooms, to make them neat and comfortable. The house is now open for the reception of boarders, visitors ud traveleis;andthe proprietor can afford ample accommodations fnr 150 nersons. An omnibus, with a eood and safe team, will be at the depot to convey passengers to the Hotel and back to the depot again. Theproprtetorlntendstetrytomakeitafirstclzss Holol,and Lopes to snare a lioerai patronage. inil8 DAN'EL A. TIBBS, Proprietor. HOUSE PAINTING, THE subscriber is preoared to execute with the greatest promptness,all contracts, however large, which may be ten dered,in a style and upon terms which cannot fail to give satisfac tion, lieisaisoprepareaioexeouicaiii-iaansrci nan uo oajiim.TT.lL numxa , asiBuo axd sarilui. Having In that department secured the servlees of the mostexper The subscriber would request persons having work In his line to give him a call before mstlng nnai arrangements R. T. FLEMING. surehS-dtf No 63, Union St., between Cherry and Sum-aer TtlKARCU A Nil C1GABS. W! have cn hand a large stock of fine Virginia Tobac co, also Tennessee and Kentucky Tobacco, which we are anxious to close out very low. A general assortment of ll rra rs on hand. -iune2S LELLYETT k SMITH Wx, Mempklt. R. 0. Wrso, ColUjl SUl,M S. M. WEBB & CO., Oottou Factors AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. No. 7 Front Bow, Ulcinplils, Tcnn. anglS-wGm $100,000. $ioo,oooi 3rarw" GOODS ! A. J. DUNCAN & CO. Importers and Wholesale DEALERS k STAPLE AND FANCY Varieties, &scm VTBTE have In store S I OOtOOO of Dry Goods eke., purchased TV upon the most favorable terms, which wi will bill AT THI LOWrsT XiSXXT met TOR FXOXIT t A I or A. J. DcjXVCAN & CO. N. B. We are recelvine sew goods dally and will give to .he trade great advantage In styles, quality ana prices mar!0-d2m A. J. D. & CO. WANTED. A WIDOW lady wishes for an engagement in a School to teach the Piano Forte and Singing, or In a family, to teach the usual,branches of an English education, together with Music Address A. JJ-, as this ouice. A gooa salary requuea. mar23-tf 00,000 Deposited tvltU State Comptroller For the Security of Tennetsee Policy Holders. II. K. & P. P. PECK, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, COLLONADE BUILDINGS, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE "O PRESENTING safe and reliable Companies with large a Hj capital and surplus. Will insure Buildings and Contents against Firei -Shipments by River and Ocean, and THE LIVES OF SLAVES, Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid at this Agency mar-ti Ladies xtra Fine Winter Shoes JUST BECEIVED. LADBES KID D. 8. BALMORALS, " Calf D. 8. Lace Boot. " Kid Thick Bole Congress Gaiters. , Calf 4i " " ' " Trench Lasting " " " Ouiltod Heavy Seje Lace Boots, Kid Fur Lined Buskin, fee, &c ALSO, Misses and Chtldrens Beots, Shoes, and Gaiters and Schoo Shoes. Very cheap for cash. JOHN RAMAGE. fedecl5-tr 42, College Street. T. M. N. JONES. n. C. BCLLOOC JONES & B ULLOCK, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, PULASKI, TENN., PRACTICE In the Courts of Giles and adjoining counties? Special attention will be given to the speedy collection and prompt remittance or ail Claims entrusted 10 weir canar. febf-ly Notice. fTVJE partnership heretofore existing under the name and s style or jsingnam, uuiitn ec vo., is uus oay aissoivra Dy mutual consent. All persons indebted to the above mentioned firm will please call at the ofire of French, Irwin & Reid, cor ner Market and Clark street, and settle their accounts or they will at once be placed in the hands or sn officer ror collection. H S French is authorised to receive and receipt for moneyt i accounts. BINGHAM, MULLEN J FUBIFIED COAL OIL. o NEof the best articles of burnisg Oil evereffered for sale in the city. A large supply on hand ana ror sale ny STRETCH fc FORBES, feb23 tf Cor. of College and Union streets. V1CTOBIAPIE PLANT. A FINE lot of the roots, in good condition for plartlng. For A sale at STRETCH & FORBES, ieL23-tf Cor.of College and Union streets. Coal, TTNTIL further notice, will be sold at tho Yard of the Raccoo U Mountain Coal Company (formerly iEtna) at the follewlng prices t Lump Coal, per ton - f.............S5 50 Reund do do 5 00 Nut do do 4 CO Blacksmiths' Coal do . 3 50 Mr Johm B. Laxq will in future attend to the business sf the Company in this place. SAMUEL AGNEW, General Superintendent R. M. C. Co. Orders can be left In Box No. 94, Post-Office, or at the Yard back ofNashville and ChattanoogaRail Road Depot. Joun B. Lakh; Agent. NashvUle, Aug. 10, 1850. Notipe to Shippprs. NASHVILLE AND CIIATTANOOpA BAfL ROAD COMPANY. SuranrtrxDixT's Orricx. j Nasuvillx, Tenn., March 8, 1861.) Freights frem the West consigned to the agent of the NashvUle fcOhattanooga R .R.Co., at Nashville,and designed for ship me t over theKoad of said Company ,are arriving atMasbvllle In greater quantities than can be shipped immediately over the road or stored in the warehouses tf the company, so that temporary storage and pro tcdtlon have for the time, to be found elsewhere, and for the purpose of 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 consignee of 91.10 per ton of 2.U0O pounds, which will cover Extra Drayage, storage and handlirg premium for Insurance, commissions ana all expenses incidental to storage. They agreeing to protect the freight, fee forty five days, without additional charge. If protection far that length of time is found necessary from any cause which Is not anticipated, particular attention will be paid to dates, and each lot forwardo mi, tx.riicn will be made to give expedition t Douse itil lriiihl,andobvIatene ces.ity of storage at Nashvillei MarlO-tf r H.W.OOLE.gopt. Sit Lux ot Lux Fnit C O AL OIL LAMPS. WE have Just received another supply or Ceal Oil Lamps among which are some vejy handsome patterns ror par i .nfliiM with the Collins burner, which is tb last Improve meat en 1 immeasurably superior to any other Lamp now be- M.ti.n.,finpinntAnt&iinBmr&scn. xueuus uarc id- ported to bnrnln these lumps is a clear, beautiful article, fce from any offeniireordor, leaves no grease spot whea spiltapoa carpet or clothing, and will not explode Wholesale and retail Druggists, No. 19 Public Square, curlS-tr Nashville, Tenn. !0r' 3E3Iora..r DENTIST. TTp OESce on Cherry street, opposite to where they are build ing the new Hotel. it- stpt EESE. 10 BoxeiPrimo NiWalait received by P D DICKEY, wttltPSBEX&2' syia83jBissssl SrT a Al Hit Ifoit and Morlar, on Jfarfcef street, opposite Union sired, XashviMe, H AVING received full supplies of FRESH GOODS, effers or sale, at us lowest prices, Drugs, .medicines and. Cbomlcals, SURGICAL, MrDWIJEItt AND ANATOMICAL INSTRU MENTS. Paints, Oils and Window Glass, VARNISHES, SPICES, GLASSWARE AND STONE WARE; PAINT, VARNISH, COACH AND ARTIST BRUSHES, 2) YESTUFFS, PERFUMERY. FANCY AND PLAIN SOAPS. Tine Tooth and Hair Brushes. Letter and Cap Paper, SUel Pens. Inks, &o. I'ofcacco, Snnffs and Clears, Powder, Shot, .Lead and BafetyiYusa Pure Wines, Brandies, Spirits, &c GOLD, TIN AND COPPER FOILS, Fine Cutlery, Cones, Pistols, &ci FLAGG'S GOOD SAiriABlTAN'S IMMEDIATE UELUiF, Tluorie Add, Benzine, Burning Fluid, Concentrated Lye, Candles, Combs, Glues, Fine Teas, Chocolates, Starch, Extract of Coffee, Preserve Jars, Floirer Pots, Twines, Phosphorus. Piaster Parts, Cements, Bristol Brick Demijohns, Tube Paints, Sweedlsh Leeches, Bhoulder Braces, "Wrciall Paper 4, O O Bolts ! Gold,8attn, Oak, Velvet, tllsxed, Plain, Borders, Tine Board Prists, OentrePieces, Statuary, Papers Assorted. Mixed Paints, Assorted, AT THE LOWEST PBICES. BT T. WELLS, SIGN OF TEE MAN AND MORTAB, On Market St., opposite Union, Nashville, Tenn. Julyl3-tr TENNESSEE MARINE AXD FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Capital S150,000-all paid in. sfTFI0E North-West Comer of the Public Sonars. Wllltak S. w rlsksasalnst lou etr d.mihvf!r. nn Ttwfilllnir. ad other Heuses, Goods In Store, to. Also Marine and River hasardsto and from all parts Also BIsasoii Negroes npainst tlao Dangers of ing uiven BixacToza: JOSEPH VAULX, THOMPSON ANDEEJON, JAME3 ELLIS, N. E. ALLOWAY, W. S BAKIN, . L. BRANSFORD. JOHN M. HILL, JAMES CORSET, G. M. FOGG, ALEX. ALLISON, R H. GARDNER, THOS. JOSEPH VATflTX. PrnildnBt. A.W.BUTLER, Secretary dec! SPRING STOCK OF OOTS, SHOES, AND GAITERS. A. V. RUTLAND, No. 30 Union Street, r sell (SUCCESSOR TO A. B. & A. T. KCTLASn.) S now receiving one of the most complete assortments sf joou ana cooes ever orougat so wis marxet,wmcn nasceen ested with treat care from the best Manufacturer! exnresalr lor me retail iraae .comprising in pari as ioiiows: FOR LADIES. FOR GENTLEMEN. BOYS. ad Ids black and brown French Congress Gaiters; black and brpwn cloth lacedGsiters; buttoned luting Gaiters; Glove kit Congress " extra fine kid Bootees; " " Slippers; 1 "laced Rosettes; " English kldsUppers; white kid and Satin " Telvet English lasting " kid toilet Boskinsi theabovewithacdwithout he MISSES AND CHILDREN. Gentlemen's super French calf pump Boots: " super French calf stitch ed Boats; ' super French calf pump congress uaiters; ' glove kid and P. Li Con press Uaiters: ' calf pump and stitched Oxford Ties: " Buckskin Congress Gai ters: Boys, Misses and Children's Shoes of all kinds and qualities; Servants' shoes efeverykind. All or which I will sell very cheap for cash. Call at No. 30 Union street. marZ7 A V. RUTLAND. Anderson & Romans, AT Anderson's Foundry and Machine Shop, NO. 53 BBOAD STREET, A REmanufacturlnrilx-horserjower nortable ateam Eneines. tS. suitable for printing offices, plantation use, and where small engines are required. Price 9CC0. Stationary Steam Engines from ten to thirty horse power, at prices as low as a first-class engine can be furnished at. We are prepared to fill erdtrs for Engines snd Mill Machinery of the lastest Improved patterns at short notice. Casting made from our stock of patterns for Hour Mills and circular, sash and Muly Saw Mills, are unrivalled for strength, durability and economy or power. ALL WORK GUAB AN TEE D , and experienced workmen furnished to set up our work when de sired. Constantly on hand a full assortment of castings usually kept at a Foundry. An experienced pattern maker and drafrnan Is employed Working drawings, specifications, plans and estl- matee rnmlacea on application. JO2 Offie and Sales Zoom at 53 Brcadway.NashvIUe, Tenn. juneu-qtt BEJiOVAL, Howe Sewing" Machine Office, BDCOVXD TO 34 UNION STREET, First floor, recently; occupied by J 0 Harvey & Co, IN calling the attention of our numerous patrons and the yab lic to our removal to more accessible quarters, we deem It unnecessary to rsier to tne menu or me liowe Aiacntne, as weir good qualities are already "nouseaeia words." A full stock of Silk Spool Cotton and Machine Find. Ings always on hand. CONS BROS., Agents, 34 Union street. JanlS-U Nashville, Tens. cto IE3. DE- Fools., 2TASRTILLS, TEX2TESSES, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. Blttff City Ins (franco Company. Memphis, Tenn. Insarance Co. .of tlidLStato of Virginia, RichmondVa. Lyncnbnrsr IIosc icSlto Insurance Co Lynchburg, Ya. Pneenlxrinsnranco Company. (anlC. nartford. Conn. Tt. undersigned are prepared to issue Policies and renewals In toe above first class Company at current rates. H. K. Sc. P P. PECK, Agents. Nsshville, January 27, 1861. VIRGINIA FREIGHT LINES ! THROUGH RATES FROM Boston. Nowi.iKorK, Philadelphia Baltimore an NASHVILLE AND ALL STATIONS WEST OF STEVENSON ON THE NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAILROAD, VIA. Norfolk, Virginia. Irom 1st Class. 2d Class. 3d01ais 4th Class Boston. II 05 81 38 91 20 1 New York. J 65 Tl 33 Tl 20 1 Philadelphia, I 65 18 120 100 Boston, 15? 131 1 JS 84 Freight on Cotton from Nashville to Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Ycrk, or Boston .94 31 per bale of 500 pounds. The roads in inlsrest are running Express Freight Trains, making the schedule time between terminal points.about seven days. Any Informationrespecting the line or its operations, will be furnished on application being made to either of the under signed. R 0 JACKSON, Sap't East Tenn. & Ga. R R., Athens Tenn. M S TEMPLE, Sup'tE TtTs RR. Greenville, Tenn, E H GILL, Sup'tVa & T R R, Lynchburg, Va. H D BIRD, Snp't South Side R R, Petersburg, Va. W MAHONE, President &c. Petersburg As N R E, Norfolk, Va. feb23-tf Land for Sale. IF application be made before 1st January, I will sell on accom modating terms, Forty Acres oi Land, three miles from the Corporation limits, on Mill Creek, opposite MsJ GofTs. This is one of the most beautiful locations in Davidson county. About one-half of the land Is in timber, the balance In cultiva tin. Thrre are on the premises comfortable cabins and a fine jnirn-tr GxxxzALFansnT Orncx, Nashyillx at DrrtTrs. R. R.l KASBVILLX.KOV. ilia, ) N and after the 20th Inst,, freights fur Decatur, all points on Memphi.andUharieston ana auoincrconnecungrtoaas, j T.Mimi ami tent forward without delsr. will be i Ta fn.il nrnmnt attention freights must have plain shipping mirks, tha destination in full, and Initials of lfcstroadon each patAsze. Stock sent through with care and dispatch. " i 4 JOHN W. RATCLIFFE, xvl8-dlm Gsaeral Ayent. Vlri.1 Vir ! ! Pirnl'l HE remainder of stock saved from tho late fire cn Broa street. Is for sals at 51 college street, tsra aoers aoori A road. AUasathai: tttlrcost. 1 HMV xOMaYIl Kt K.CESATJUS. jg IS. K E. F. CH WHOLESALE CRfeCEKS, AND DEALERS is IIJlsl BRANDIES, WXSIS.TOBACCO, OIQARS, KAILS, DOMESTIC LIQUORS, tus., ' CORMZR OT OOLLSaZ MfD C3URCB E7REST8, Nas&viiic, Tennessee. TrXTEjtJi341nriptora large and well selected stock of W tlGroceritJ, Liquors, etc., consisting in part as fslluwsi i 150 hhds Sugar, all grades; lOOcOgenulne Havana Chars I 200 bblschoiee Molasses; 200 kegsNa:is,assorted 1D0 H do do lUOdesen Painted Bucketit 450 ban prims Rio Coffee; 50 nests Tabs; 100 bbls Powdered, Crushed and 10 bbls English Walnuts) Loaf Sugar: 10 bbls Pecans; 150 boxes Star Candles; 10 bbls Filberts. ICQ boxes Tobacco, asaortsa FINE BBjsJIDI5, WINES, &C. KX&JfchoIcsrrenchBraBdiss: 0 X casks Madeira, Sherry, andPort Wines I 159 buketsbestlirandsChicpazn:; 50 boxes Bcovill Claiet, ICO bbls fine Robertson County Whisky; 5 bbls pure old Eye do 5 do do do Bourbon do And also a large stock of Common Whiskv. Amerfcan Bnn.4.. Gin.ic. POWBEB AGENTS. Azents for the Dunont. Hazard and Svtinnn PnW... r n n. derslgned being the only Agents in Nashville of the Manufacturers, would call the attention of the Merchants and Trade rs.to their uj)(ihkkui irvKucrvnuanujinjuagazineiorsaje. 3000 kegs Dupont Rifle Powder; 2000 kegsHaiardBIastingPow- w 7. uu no cer; 300 t do do do 3000 ire?. ennr. nt..n SOCO kegs Hazard do do Powder; ii do do do 150 cases of Powder, assorted 200 V ri.l da An hrr1. 2000 kegsDupontBlaslrngPow- 50 bbls Toy, Beckforl t Co., . ucr- sarery ne. Jnll M. ft. E. T. CHEATHAM, Arents. SOLIj AGENTS FOB Dupont'sPowder; Joy, BIckford St Co.'s Safety Hazard da Fuso Sycamore do FOR NEW ORLEANS And all Landings on Miss. River. (1S00) NEW ABBANGESXENT. (1S01) MEMPHIS AND N. ORLEANS U. S. MAIL PACKET TiTTSTThI! Tlio Splendid Boata of tills noW Line will leave lUcnipliis and N.O ns heretofore ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS. MONDAY PACKETS. REPUBLIC, INGOMAR, Capt. A. Baird. Capt. J. D. Clarke. WEDNESDAY PACKETS. J.SIMONDS, IMPERIAL, Capt. J. F. Hicks. Capt 0.S-Rogers. FRIDAY PACKETS. BELFAST, H. R. W. HILL, Capt. A. R. Irvln. Capt. T. H. Newell. These boats connect at Memphis with the Railroads from that point, on their respective days. Leave Memphis In mediately on the arrival of the M. & 0. and M. b. 0. R. R Trains. Through Tickets will be seld by all the Roads In connection with this line, ana tneir Xiczeli recognized as good. Passengers can ar range their arrival so as to avoid delsr at Mecmhia lnnm thin business or pleasure may require. For freight or passage apply Gen'IF't Ag ts.No 3, Howard Row. JNO.E. HYDE & CO., sept!3-dtm Agents, New Orleans. A Fine Country Residence For Sale. SAVING determined to carry my Negroes to tha Bourn, I wlU sell about Tit reo or l'onr ndred Acres of Land, beinz cart of the tract upon which I now reside, situated on a goea iurnpixe stoaa, aooot thirteen miles rrom NashvilU, In one of the best neighborhoods in Wil- iamson county. Soil eoual to anv In tne fitita. Tor nartini. lars, apply to me, on the premises, or to A. V. 8- Lindsley, In wuavuie sepSHlir i". A. PEBKIHB A FINE FARM. CONTAINING 4SO ACRES OF Valuable Land Tor Sale 875 acres Cleared, and In a fine state 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 is a comfortable dwelling, rood necro cabins, and all necessary out houses. Close to the dwelling Is a dne spring, a 6uui.j.i4ujintuij oi ncTer tailing suck water, xne laua is ALL RICH, and. for cultlvatisn, stands unsurpassed by any iLuiccooaij. i propose to sell tnis valuaoie Tract ct Land and would refer persons who wish ta know about it. to Ji b P. White, I.esbTilIe,Temi.,er A.S. Colyar, Winchester, i they can reicx to me on tne premises ILIRVET S. WILLIAM., oct 20-tf Winchester, Franklin county, Tenn. Seeds. 1000 bushels Hungarian Grass Setd; 200 300 Millet Seed; Seed uats; Seed Corn; Clover Seed. jame3 Mclaughlin & co. 210 " 50 ' For sale by Jan3-Iy Flour, Corn, Arc. fl(i BARRE LS Extra and Extra Family Flour; Ovrl 460 sacks Corn; 20bblsLard; 50 " Green Apples; 25 cases Par rapine Wax Candles; SCO Flour &css.( fifty pounJs,) On consignment, for sale by Wi WATTS fc CO-, Janl9 tf Ko. 51 College street, near Broadt Valuable Printing Office for Sale. SITUATED In wealthy secUon orcountry In Tennessee, and havinz an extensive subscription list and advertising pat ronage. The paper is Democratic, and wlllb e told on reasonabl terms, to no one, however, but a Democrat. The paper was estab lished to advocate State Equality, and the proprietor will not It it go outof his hands to be devoted to any other purpose. For further particulars enquire at the Umax xkd AscxxicaH Orricx. ociiw-im HIGH PKICE FOB NEGROES. TT WILL pay the highest market price for 25 likely young Ne a groes, roiu pears, irom i- 10 zu years, (jail at -u ueaar street I have for hire about 30 Negroes for the balance of the year dots ana girls, or an ages some well quaunM. U. W. HITCHINGS, feb20-m 33 Cedar ROADSTERS FOR IS 61 At the Fail G unds. PBICES REDUCED TO SU HE TIMES. No. 1. Green Mountain BlacK Hawk. IHIS FIEST CLASS ROADSTER, will maze his season for lcol. at the State Fair Ground, near Iiuhvilte. bednnlnz March 4th. and cosing July the 4th, at $20 the season, and $25 for lnsuranoe. He 1. a beautiful black, six years old, trotted at Athens in 1800, iq 2 50, and is certainly tl e mosr handsome and rfect horse In hi, action that has been brought to the State, lie was bred in Vermont, imported ty E. R. Jennings,and was by the Hatch hor-e, he by Li htfoot, he by Old Black Ilawt, be by Sher man and he by the Original Justin Moreen Dam by Duroc, Or. d. St Charl.s Gr gr d Woodbury atnr;an, and hence com bines four of the lest trotting cresses known. No. 2, Yunitce Robin. A CAPITAL BAY COLT 4 yearsoM by Ve mont Boy. dam by Woodbury, will be let to 23 mares at $15 the seassn, $20 U insui e. He is very promising. No. 3, Washington the 2d. A GOOD BAY 3 years old, by Old Washington, dam an excel lent Trotting Mare, will be let to 15 Mares at $ 10 the season, $15 to Insure In foal. Breeders will please examine the above Stallions. Goed Blue Grass pasture at the farm of 1'. Fanning, and grain to keep mares in good condition, at $ 1 per week . ANDIlEW GREGORY, NashvUle, Tenn , Part Owner anl Agent for Company Oscar Kimball, will be ready at all times to show the Clock to gentlemen. Refer to J. C Owen, of Williamson, Col. R. Allen or Sum ner, T. Fanning, of Davidson, Dr. A. T. Gooch,of Ruther ford. ma.S-tf $30,000 IN CLOTHING FOR SALE AT COST. NOTES OF THE CITY BANK, AND ALL 80LVENT Banks in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Kentucky TAKEN AT ;PAR. Numerous gentlemen wio have lost confilecceln State Bond and the Integrity of the Union, now have an opportunity,to deck themselves oat 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 tarns terms L, P0WKB3, Ne 34, Market Street, nov23-tf Opposite Union Street BACON, Lard, Buckwheat Flour and Family supplies general ly.by C0MB3 -MARIINi THE PRICE OF THE ell G o sl IS REDUCED!! 1 nnO Fifteen Cents for Ronnd Coal and Twenty Cents ror Lump Ceal, rrom the river. Office, next to the Gas Company, Cherry street, mar 10-tf it. J. XUUAB. FLOUR. t d4 BBLS Extra, received per Hazel Dell, and for sale XUl-r y w watts cc, marlO-tf No. 5 Broadway In Chancery Court at G-tincsboro. ARA D PLEASANTS vs John R Talbut and others Origi nal Bill. April Rules, IMI On motion of Complain ant by his solicitors and Happening to the satisfaction of the Clerk and Master, from aa allegation in complainant bill, which is a orn to. that the del endants James A Spulcck and his wife Clarinda SpuIo:k. James K Talcut, Jchn II Talbut, William B Talbut Colman White are non residents or the State or Tennessee. It Is therefore ordered that publication bo made for four successive weeks In the Union and American, a news paper published in the city of Nashville, requiring said non resident de'endants to appear at the next term of the Chancery Court to be bolden in the town cr Galneaboro on the aeeocil Monday In August and enter their defence to said suit or the same will be taken for conftased and se. down for hearing ex parieuiotnem. v XLLLAZi u isurxa, u. u. i. apl21-w4tpr'srec$3 VALUABLE BUSINESS HOUSE FOB SALE. T PROPOSE to sell, for the LUroose of closing aeanartner. B ship business, the new three story Brick Hr me, situated on merry street, a lew uoors touin or uroj.1, now occupied by Messrs. Bush Arcs' .as a Grocery Stors . Mhe nrooertv fronts 25 feet on Cherry St., and runs back 91 feet. The third storr Is fitted up as a family residence, and offers ample room, for alar ge iainiix,ii is irec irom iuuon,siaie, county ana city. 1K1S one of the mcst eligible business locations in that part of the dty, and will be sold AT A BARGAIN, For particulars as to location ana terms apply on me premises or to mar30-lm. ISAAC PAUL, BOCK CITY STUCCO WOBKS AXD Plaster and Cement Depot. I HAVE on hand and am constantly supplie-l rlth the very best Land Plaster, Plaster of Paris and Hdralie Cement. feb!7-w No 77 Broadway, NashvUle. Tenn. THE SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY, By HANLEITER & ADA3R, Atlanta, Ga. THE DAILY SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY, under arrange menu Just completed, will contain all the latest InUlll gtnee o' every kind, reported expressly for us bv Mametia Tel. egrapb, and the Walls. Also, dally reports sr the Atlanta and uuicr aiaraets, Liocaianciuentsana items, eto , tc. rrice Sj a-iear. S3 for six months, or 50 cents fr.r-nr.a month al vsT. In advance. The WEEKLY SOUTHFRN CONFEDERACY Is made np from, and contains the cream of, the Daily. It is a Urge sheet. mna gives more iresn reaainr aautr man any omcr Weekly In the Confedarte States. ItsM&rket Repotts will be full, and made up frtm actual transaction. Price Si a year or $125 tor six moniai invariaely in advacce TTr" Postmasters are authorised to act as cur Acents.In ob- taloing subscrioets snd forwarding the money f r which they win bt auowtu to leiain as commission- twenty-nve cents on each Weekly, cr fifty cents n each Daily tubscriber.- Tr'Persaos irettini up Clubs of five tenor mors subscri bers, will be supplied 1th the copiej ordered at 12); percent, lew than our regular terms TTr Np Cke h eatersd on onr tcoks enfil he mopey Is patji cod'allsabsl:ript)pns'kredicODinued when thetima ex pires for whi:b pi-)Beit is made, cnless tho same '.i renewed. Aaoress, Aiiiu sl avaii. apllO-d&wlm Atlanta, Gecrgia. TT ITHOOBAPHINO, ENQRAVINO, PRINTJWQ AND ll Printing la Oil, and Watercolors, Yjews, Portraits, Shotr. rrrfl-,rt..M T i .l . T- ... . nui. urn tl j- , l;i.6.l. VIC I.Hll! VlllUHJIM, J 1 1 JpQU,. Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Card., V apsrl NolioM, BallTlckets, Admlijion Cards, Circuit-, Checks. Bonds, Notes. Drafts, Maps, e. TtK unaersignea cis newiy msae suen arrat jementsin nis tu la ess that hs is enabled, .o execute r eatly, prcmptlyand ele antly, every variety of the above articles. J. F. WAGNER, Ooreir.Ctdtrajid Chery streets, iM-dta. . ifalUaJPBat? RAILROADS LoHlsville aMdNMhYSiiBailiWitl. SPRING AND SCJI.TIKn SCIIEDTJIJK. CSEUNDAr' Aptil28U" Tmin. will xiaiuAO. l. Leave NaahvilTe ....-.4 AM. ArrlTC Louisville .130 A M. Train So. 2. 3 PM. 1J " RETURNING. 12 M Leave Louisville. 12 PU. Arrive at Nashville. -9.P 51. The3PM Train stops at all intermediate station. .! Nashville and Bowling Green. " TRACf NO. 1 runs dally all other trains dally. Sundays ex cepted. TRATMNO. 1 makes iTreet connection at Louisville fat cin; cinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore, Washington City, v.... ... . . .1 I . . n rniiaveipnia,ncw joi.uu uuiwu. otn Trams maze mrecfc connecuon iar Cincinnati, inotan polIs,Chicao, St. Louis, and all points North and Nartbwest. ThrouchTirkets for sale at the Depot for all principal points East. North ana west. J. a. Anuruisua, nov2t-dtf tsuperutenaent. N.UVILLiE, (EDGEFIELD) AND KENTUCKY cS3,l9OcSLC3. NEW ROUTE TO TUB WEST AND SOUTH. MEMPHIS, JACKSON, NEW ORLEANS VICICSBSBC-MOniLE, CAIRO, ST. LOUIS, ST. JOSEPH, PIKES PEAK, c, CommcucitiE' Monday, April lolls, 1S01 Trains leave Nashville as follows: :30 A M Memphis Express Dally Eundsy's excepted. tnronin io aiempm- to ux nours. 4:30 P M Runs Dally Through lo Memphis In 17 hours. Both Trains make close connections with trains for all points intnesoum ana nesi. The 5:30 AM. Trains connects at Talt's Station with Slaazh ter tc. Co.'s Use of FourHerse Coaches, far Hopklnsville, Hen derson, ae. a. aiiuziuu.i, apll3-tf Receiver. Freight to New Yorlt and Philadelphia ON COTTON AND FLOUR, VIA CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH. Cotton per hale of not more than 500 pounds weight 91.25 Flour per barrel . ... '-45 No insurance nec essary except from Charleston and Savsaa to new xorx via rmiaaeivnia. Cotton eomsreesed at the option and expense of steamers: When comp ed.lt can be freighted from New York to foreign (orts at i lo J-lo less man cooon no. compraasea. ITPThroun receipts issued oy tne rreignt Agenrot us aaao- u. h. usur, dee 22tf-B i General Agt JASFEB BRANCH RAILKOAD. Orncx NuaviLLs tc Cbattahoo4a Ratlboao Co ( October 3d, 1859. ) Ry order of the Board of Directors calls are made n th Stock of the Comnaar subscribed for building a Branch Road from Bridgeport to Jasper, payable to the Treasurer of this Company asrousws : One dollar on each Share on the 1st November, 1859, and two dollars on each Share on the 1st days of December, vai, Janus ry, February, March, April, May, June, duly, August, oopiem Yrr. (Vtahvr. and November. I860. Paymentmay be made to Jackson Pryor, at Jasper, er to the TV .nrvpjit hi a office in ashville . . Promptness in meeting these calls is requested cf thenwribr era of ctock, as tne construction oi u roaa aepeuas cviy on the means provided speclncaiiy lor mat purpose. oet5 tr W. A. OLE ATE3, Trtasarer, THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, Ceo MILSS DOVSLS 1RACX Tar. caracnT or thijkoid uHowxacALToaxT TnxconrrXT. THREE TIIltOUGH PASSENGER TRAINS BETWEEN PITTSBURG AND PHILADELPHIA, CONNECTING direct In tho Union Depot, at Pittsburg, with Through Trains from all Western Cities for Philadelphia, New York.lioaton, Baltimore, and Washington City ; thus fur nishing facilities for the transportation of Passengers aasur ninl for s wed and comfort b; any other route. Express and FastLines run through to Philadelphia without change o: cars or conaoctora. Smoking Cars are attached U each train. Woodruff's Sleeping Can to Express and Fast Trains. The lixprcts HUBS Daily, Mail and Fast Line Sundays excepted. Three Sally Trains connect direct to New York. Express and Fast Lint con nect for Baltimore ana v. asnmgton. All Through Passenger Trains provided with Loughrldgt Patent Brake speed under perfect control of the Engineer, ihci addln? much to the safety if travelers. Six Dally Trains between Philadelphia and New York. Two Dally Trains between New York and Boston. Through Tickets r.iiKjim urepand on either of the bova trains. Boat Tickets to Boston are good via Norwich. Tall Elrcr, or Stoningtoa Lines. Boston passengers transferred free of o 'ge through New York. Tickets may be obtained at any of the important Jtinroad Offices in the West ; also, cn board ot auy of the regular Lino of Steamers on the Mississippi or OMo Rivers; and Tickets at the Offices of the uompany In liaston, ew xorx,na sore cr Philadelphia. Fare always aw low and Time as quick as by any other Route. ASK FOR TICKZl&SYrmSJIUBII. Tha completion ef the Western connection of the Pennsylvania Sail road to Chicago, mazes uus ins DIRECT LINE BETWEEN THE EAST AND THE GBEAT WEST. The connecting tracks by the Railroad Bridge at Pittsburg, unuitir ill dravam cr ferriage of freizht. tozether with the sav ing of time, are advantages readily appreciated Dy Shippers ot rrelgct,asa tne traveling punuc. For Freight Contractions or Shipping Directions apply to or ad dress either o (the rolloing agenta cr me company : D. A. STEW ART. Pittsbunr: H. S.Pierce & Co.,Zanesviile,0.; J. J. Johnston, Ripley, 0; R. McNeeley.Jlaysviiie, Ky.: ormstiy curopper, i-ortamouu,u.; l.!dat&Ca..Jesnonville.Ind.: U W Brown & Co .Cin cinnati, O i Altera h. Uibbert, Cincinnati, O.; RC MeUrum, Madison, d : Jc. " Moore, Louisville, Ky : P G Oley t Co. Evansville.lnd.tN W Graham Co., Cairo, III.; K F Saas, Shaler & Glass, St. Louis, llo.; John H Harris, Nashville, roan.; Harris feHunt, Memphis, Tenn.; Clarke k Co., Chicago, 111 ; W H H Kooati, Alton, 111. ; or to Freight Agents of RaU roads at diflerent points In the West, rite Greatest Facilltiesof f creator thcPro tcction and Speedy Transportation of LIVE STOCK, And Gocd Accommodations with usual privileges for persons traveling 1 n charge thereof. FREIGHTS FORWARDED. By this route Freights of all description can be forwards from Philadelphia. New York, Beaton, cr Baltimore, to any poin on the Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wise on sic, Iowa, or Misioari. by Railroad direct. lhe Pennsylvania Railroad also connects at Pittsburg srith steamers by whica Goods can be forwarded to any port on the Ohio, Musiingum.Kenlucky, Tennessee, Cumberland, Illinois. Mississippi, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Arksrs as, and Red Rivers; andat Cleveland, Sandusky, and Chicago withall ports on the Northwestern Lakes. Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transportation of their Freightto this Company, can rely with confidence on its speedy transit. The ratesof freight to any point In the West by the Pennsyl vania Railroad are at all times as favorable aa are charged by ther Railroad Companies TTP Be partlcul.r to mark packag "via. Pixxa, R. R." E. J. SNEEDER, Philadelphia. MAG RAW A. KOONS.SONorthStreet. Baltimore. LE3CH & CO., No. 2 Astor House, or No. 1 S. Wm. St N. T LEECH i Co.. No. 77 State Street. Boston. II. C. HOUSTON, Gen'l Freight Ag't, Philadelphia. Li L. HOUPT, Gen'l Ticket Ag't. Phlladelpnia THOS A.SCOIT,Gen'lSup't,Altoona,Pa. Janll-tf Four Horse Jllail Coaclt. THEonlyone!nLlncolncounty,ruunlng regayly thrsetlmt a week aud back, from Fayettsvilleto Tullahoma; leaving Tullahoma,Monaay,Wednesd3yaBdFrlday;lnisturnleaveTay ettvHleTuesda.v,ThursOurandSaturday,to connect themalla Fayettevilleandthecarsat Tullahoma.andfor the aeeommeda tisn of passengers. J. B. Smith, agent, at Tallahoms. Good eamaand carat al drivers The fare through only two dollars. I,l-vtr inHK ff TAVTAJSl Tew Spring Goods ! CHEAP FOR CASH. T AM now receiving my Steele or vressuooas. weicn i pro B. pose to sen extraordinarily cinr. awing an excissimy cash busineu, enables me to ds this and lam sure I can make j ittotbe interestof all to call and see my stock of Dress Goads, embracing, White and Linen Goods, Domestics of all Unds and In fact everything onecouia uetire. I must again call the attention of those Udebted to I C Nich olson & Co. .Nicholson & Humphrey, or myself, to their un settled accounts, for the times are such as demand immediate action in such cases. D. UUAli'UttMr. A15-ly Wholesale Dry Goods. TRABUE & LUCAS. WE are new rccelvlcg our stock of Spring and8ummer Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, and Uronns. Variety Goods. Hardware. Cutlery, Hats, Carpet ings,Oll Olotbs, Matts.&c , &c. Ail of which have Iwen bouht texc us'vely) of Importers and J'annfacturers, at panic prices. to wmcn we call special attention or prompt paying ana casn Dealers only Our House be head quarters for cash deal ers and those who cake Gilt Edged Notes and pay them. That we may be Tuliy oader.iood we say positively that we intenu to sen our uooas ror casn ana o men woo pay ueir notes when due (only.; In addition to a rejular wholesale business we will advance cash on every description cf Goods, Wares and Merchandise, Furniture, Groceries, Produce, &c, &c.,Jtc., to be sold at auction tor cash. IMouoods sold on our own account at aus tion. Auction sales every Tuesday and Tuesday night, exclusively or casn. All persons having Uoodato sen at Auction, win piease tnrn taem in and get tne money piump up. mar2-tj TRABUE fc LUCAS. doreiss & mm Iron Founders and Manufacturers af COOKING AND HEATING STOVE ROLL 0 TF- WARE AND CASTINGS, cr all atari.. Not 40 lazSat Street, (aouox's Xlocx.) Secession FLAP BARGED a? p57-tf 43 Uttlan gtyect. Lund for Salo. FT accordance 7ith a Reed of Trnat made to tre en the 4th of February, ii), I will sell to tbe h!gtest bidder at the Court house in Nashville, on t -e 25th day of May ISdI. the tract or a Eart of the tract of land thereto conveyed, containing la all two uadred and fifty faur acres, situated on Cum t at land river be tween saM riser and Hide's Ferry turnpike road, In Davlitsoa co nty. The tract of laad I now prop-ia to aell, is one among the best farters in the county, with a comfortable frame dwelling and with all other necessary out tulldings The soil is ss-xrlor In point ot fertility, about one half cleared and the balance In timber, sachascasajt hesarpa-std as to quantity or quality on the same nuiaber of acres There is about one half cf the tract with no incumbrance nron It, the other has a leln. A clear title will be given to the pu. chaser, free from redemption. H. B. llyae now rescues on me premises ana ns ec,nsien;ea small crop, and is desirous cf remaining until the dof t year, and wi)l pay a rsaMnable r: jto t pLrch-ier heLerSi" efthU sale wlU K Tjiny ire Hatdied bollirs cash, Ue bsi- . . . iv . - i r fl.ll. . . - (i... . . . ah-e at the fate of TWeot,"fii UundreJ Dollars annuaVy, frnn) thelstof Dacember ntst. Ni.ks made payable in Ba'uk aud t iviu isui.tu. i 41 ru-., aplJO-twtd 8 Tigsteecf BHyde. PORN ANDHAV fiffafi BACS prtoP Whjts Corn. Dm! iOO bales Snein-atST Kiy, lost received and fc; sale low for c cash. COMB3 Sc MARTIN, aisu ii WANTED, AT the Tredegar Iron Works, Richaaad. Virginia, One Hundred Mo-i!deT.ehInels4aand BU:aUaavto mass vronasce ana ucananco - u.uis, i-i h .wwkw . . . ... . . . I. V. JIuhlMl. States. AppufflUoaiawtWjBeewy -oi i x. jastniia-f, (LaW.WeMtl A Tbt (a.) WHOLESALE CR O CER! Candy Manufacturers, BXALtZS IX FOREIGN FKUITS, tIQT;ORs,ToACC iAlAinDS OPCIGAILS, 2t BiarKct Street, NasawHi. . T,i!LS5L!!!pt"1'? "onei to the Trad. teV.r.s.""'.lr"5a "T "mplttei tt.Hr of iVrTf.i'. ri.genis,ior ine maajctare of all it ?' uNDIEJ.rom th eemirnn Rilft ,I.V21J,.ll miauoa of Ceif. iZZT.r. ",'?- 'h J any of ttsScitSerS rm has no supnleJ f! rti Tr'rClUes;ad bin thn rnmMr,, M KOCk f a, .- . - . s ders which we 71 ,a n "d ' 'l Cash Vrii. Mieeiut,t 1 GREAT ATloliriFo7JTir T tf5SA.".!.,Pl-, N aCIENTRAL OITin .... J OHIO RAILROADS t,.r. "..VORE A." ton City on the East, and Ca r Z,1VSZn ? Washd It connects with Rallrcais for and fromTT! .J V Weal. KnT, --.Kia, ' "'n .r.:r: antt rth-wesi. Philadelphia. N ew Terk. or Si. T rlnl York or Boston alone, by other ilr.. " st or ticket t : a can also be procur. v. the Eastern cities. at aa aJdlUoehLSjlr frtoa Sleepingearsatuchadtoal ni7iff5H?.0 2onIr, Tickets good until ujfd, with tha ori.iil . . all principal points. Privilege of itoppio t viritaU the iasten, Cities aeliJ tl Kiintr tnra anrl folav ? The scenery is celebrated for Its w0erfuili. T 1. 1. i.i i. . . "w ceautv ajit nm i. im uiniuiiw in u worm- ats syttasi ef . W ,IL. pouce; s spienoia equipnent; Its exclusive ubJtrP,Bi larre amount of double track: its fin. f?1! UnesJ anDdCcomflrl00D?"7d tT, Thronrh Tifa-i mrl Ttv(p- snv. . th. principal Railroad and tnboatOfflcSta hS4 H Ask for tickets via tk. I!i1h-t,. AZ7x.?Wt 1 J HySV4NTGeWe 25' aamia J-v-BM,raG'"t-t,coBR. Charlesten and Savanna 1 HEIGHT LINES. RATES REDUCED AND SFEED IXt "aTlXPRESS Freiiht eV.I8M thughfromy Hats. Caps and Bonnets; 2 25 oo "and XU Ci",a " , three, t dneoa!;1" 4hia, seven and a half,, ill UClUUrmi DT 1M nr fnaw an . 1 "delivery. W" ANDEEjl FRENCH PKOTESTANX" M'lirnn w uiiaueipnia, 4th Tear. fceptember Superior instructions la i tta Z branches, tohoih r -m .";,"." amgtisrJ and tr ept3-dJl StCTVfl ffl fnilrifv. ' war mrn. ,; .T.."V. Aenne.see. , vr "B-Caroll etals.vs Ch8 SaL als Petition tn.i-ll in.t T. . rr.yrM-?' oumn ants bill, thatThcs K McCarrVliTf rcT, ,,1 Marroll,JamesMcCam.uTsa"iCn ?,,!." !! ncU McciIdcceiS HTfcor before the Jnstices of the Connt, rTl modl beholden at the ceurt house, la said ra tbBta Tenscsaee, the first Monday in Janu.r,. ? . J?.S?.8! or demur to cumpUlnanta bill, or the same wW Ut2rl fessed astottaDdsetdown forbesrlngeart.!toT"l decJt-or'a f .Jl' C(K, Clerl! ' ci ewmrcrTA fliannys comuined Reaper am luowcr, 1X71111 WOODtt irrrx.nvra dots MxsAL, as the best combined Re,BUr aJtwi.SJ line great u sited gtatts Agricultural Falr.lild at Kyta Septamber, IS57- The trial eame off Leii S ttZ? It also received the award as the best ea .-. .. .v I llVwer.beferetwoa.JiM..;?"? " hl General Agent forth estate. I Save 'the Pieces ! i It Is very desirable tthave some cheap aucuvenlent I or repairing xnnutare. Toys, crockery, ffta, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergtnetes. ani no Vassthotd can aSirA t without It. It is always ready and up to the txM There Is no longer a necessity fasllmpise chairs. iotase4 neers, headless dolls and brat 5a cradles. It Is Jan tfcear! nr cone, aneu, ana ouer omaseaui worx, so psynuri dies of refinement txd ists. This admirable orvoaxstien Is used cold, beinrt eiolcalb) I In solution, and poareaaic' all the valuaMe qUa of the I cablnet-maka-s' G lue. It may be used in tha place of ordla mucuage, Ming vastly mote adhesive. "USEFUL IN L'VEUi HOUSE." N B. A Brash accompanies each bottle. Pxtcx,25.c Wholaalt Depot, No. 48 Ceia r Strut, Nrm Yin Address HENRY C. SPALDING 4CO. Box So. 300 New Tot I Put up for Dealers In Cases cectalninz four, eight salt doxen beauUful Lithograph S bow-Card accom panyug i nackaxe. JO A single bottle of SfALstBs's Pan axis Gtxx wllli" tentlmea its cost anauiUrv to every hcuvhald-sOf I Sold by all prcmlnint Stationers, Druggists, litrdwarsa yurniture ueaiers.urusrs, ana ransy atorta. Coantry merehanta should make a note of Sraniarms'sl rajLxnULca, waenmaxlngnp thclrlist. Itwiu stand any c Jan. q twawiy most BitcnsiTi! SOUTH-RiV PIAIVO TmSLl MANUFACTORY. VX7M. KXABS & CO , Nos 1, 3, 5 acAX, EuU stwi V v Baltimore, respecuouy mrcra vmls soum ana that thsy have enlarged their factary s,id an now pras 3 supply the great demand for theircvaca. TBryara usnaatl aniy most aaraoij ana contaa, ail ut utest imawvama and are fully roaranteed for fiva years. ForaweeraKSSandfil - .j.pioweror tone and agreea toucn, they are untqaalito. T1..1V SlnVwI. .lVM..l.l..lrf.l.ul m. J tneir eoncens, anji kav given cerQCeates far uau aspensn They have, for the last ten years, taken the &ISI premiums ( an cpeaa in ail tne oiaerent a la la WBre uey ns : niM. juaaiyearuseyreceiveanvs arsi prasiB. Montgomery, Ala. One for the best Southern-made piano, onefor the beat aa-ainat allcomnetiHon. A full supply of the above wlebrated Instruments win sal reiving By J. A. tiai.ua may5,'60-dkwly Sole Agent,! Tennessee Champion Portable Plantation and Flourli Mill Stone Establishment. 1URR Mill-Stones of all sixes oa hand, and ravla'ssr a Kraut Mills. of tha latest Imnroved nat-at. Mill Dimlk MU1 Gearing, Bolting Claths; Bolting, Colatag and' 7xu3 Screws; Screen Wire. Hill VHi, tod 'Plaster Parts. Alii which Is warranted ot qxtniacd to gift satisfaction. All order; and -cnufcicaUons prnmptry attended to. J. M. WARNS: OptMitaBrotdwayMUlijaiirTt-ABR, Broad street, jaMNsvu naaavuM.Ttaa TO BUILDEktS. WI are prepared to oa tne. Ain- taoox m and o Sheet Blotal Worst ne.tarTinht-iI.fli'iii most suneaaauar manner, ana wiu anuia mr suf-taraLiii I ..ttvhl-nt-i. ' T. M. ErA"KTlT-eT First doorselow Post Cu a- a ai'n,Hay Oats. "ST7BT ncalred a large lot of Corn , Hay and Oats, which wa wl sj sell low for cash. Also, I POTATOES, FLOUR AND ONION SETTS, A largo tot lor saie cteap. Also, EXTRA FINE BRQnMJL , -X-"a V"-"9 ' lAsina .7 ifin-artf ' a-3y-t, Char-tt Tsjrett uLa , LA,a Prints , u"S"7S are OaIIt reorivinr Iniitus retail, tawstes we I ft V vltctkealtrnL'an at itmt. . r..nitx.asUS OdX ajvnmen una Cimpfr ttun any Westers acwe afford taHfl t ivrllllWa CO.. W 103 1 310 Sixth stmt, toaisviii. j- NOTICE TO CONSINGEfcS. Louisville and Nashville Hallroad ON and after Aprn 1st, 18G1. so IMIgM wIIT bedeUvered ky ,k. ti n,...j -?..vn. TL-jrn-ad sntU ehargts tierr a are paid. Consigwes wUl benotlaed of arrival of theirj Cooaa, tor ether with, the ameuatof etarges- Tas system wr.S r..nt,.i. ..n......i.r .ii i-ima lor loss, daoaz. tn overcharge.and has been form necassary In e5Jtojrsaal atj Agenu to make returns to tae ran. " I -J - .. r. m.r29-w 3 " ASBJs,SOv, S'in, ACK3IaTHSAG. . "JTa A "S7 aTS CI aTV -t Tr l.B f 1 lj V llJhOf A" , " -r.L I . . . et..VMntl1l. ..! . . I yrr 1Y1N5 ccxlzaervi i - iicss as snea Hll,u 5hS! ciarth Street. tw doora h-l?? pVoffce. apddeslr-iusof ahsrlniaporUaa of public patrona-j, win pTomptly attend to Job wsrk of every disertptlot. . Hawaii nay parti cii.r atUotlao to tn x ana imttlng trs or Awa; inHuWsi Carriages and Uagr-es, and all ether lob work' , inirj M Ua- Carriages s marl I 3m Brusirsj at(a a Pte.nry, CORNER MARKET AND CHTJRCII iSTRMC , INfahTlUe, Tsan. IfTJL.fwr : itaaMH TaaiiitlWXt axiw: 0 GCONOIYI "A a rryfe1'S