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AniTMrt CfefcttaBeoga 630 A M
jMmH and SorthtenttnUatroad
Leave Nuiville . 60 P M
Arrive tTeksvillc ilM P M
Leave JaYie-. DM A M
Arrive aiNiwfcYiUe 6:50 A M
Kotkrill and Decatur Railroad..
Lve NaAraU 7:50 A M
Arrive t Deettar-
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Leave BeBr .v .
Arrive at Swhvffle
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1:50 P M
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ArriT JtSitrKt MAM
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Arrive t CeiwEWi --.- 5:20 P M
Jfanfretmry and Wui Point Railroad.
Ij.TsiX9icenrat -4:30 A JI
ArrlTM t Wert Point aU' 12:00 M
Col ambus at'-
LtTes"West Point at
Otambss at
ArriTM at Motomory at .
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TW rlCTTJKBS OF seCUGTT,
Away froa tfee inlceBce of cities or large
totrm mamages are numerous and divorces
mety bora of In the rural districts,
'wkeie tfec woman is not ashamed to appear
at eharek in her eun-bonnet or hood, nor the
joaiig husband of carrying the baby at least
ball way to the House of God, thero is no
aeeesstty for indulgingthe soliloquy, le
gisHlRg 'with
" To we4 er sot to ved Jiat U tho question."
Oh the eoatrarr, one can marry at any
time iritfeeHt reference to circumstances,
provided ho can find one of the opposite
eex Tsillisg to eeaple her future with his.
Then, ales, he is certain to find one chaste
m See, and pure as snow, though warm
be&rted, and the very personification of
devotion. And when Married he knows
be is married for certain, because divorces
are tmheard of among the innocent, honest,
industrious denizens of a plain, unaf
fected, sensible, democratic community.
In seek a region every man and every
wemaa works for a living, and the children
go to r school till old enough to be useful
either ia the field, shop or kitchen. t In such
eemmunities the vigor and the virtue are
agreed that sustain the ages by keeping up
the wealth of the race. All can afford to
starry wk-ea they please, because it costs, no
more to live in wedlock than in single
earsedaem. Each helps the other, and both
are equally valuable partners in the concern.
Generally the parents look out for a small
Sana far each eon. and a little cabin, with a
few household and farming utensils and a
team are all they desire, all tlicy r
the Great God designed they s
fn twin w5tli Their industrr
evervthinircbscaadtlievcanEather around
them the comforts and even the luxuries of
life, at their pleasure. They do not feel
above anybody who is honest, industrious
and virtuous. In short such a community
Is the foreground of Heaven itself. God
red tlie day when such a state of society
11 overspread the earth !
Look on this picture, and then on that.
X. town grows up not far from this model
'community. It grows to three, five, eight,
tea thousand inhabitants. Society is di
vided. Fashion steps in with all her fan
tastic pliantasies, gaudy gew-aws, flippant
flummeries and insipid inanities. lo wo
man works whose husband can support her
In idleness and every respectable young
man who marries must consider himself de
trraded unless he keeps his lady above work,
asd supplies her with everything necessary
to hold an equal place in the fashionable
rank. Daughters are not brought up to
wort, or to believe that they arc ever to be
dapraded. by the servitude of labor. Of
CMirae. no resoectable younc man would
i exBeet anvthinz
SfhtX is the first result of this state of so
ciety? Flirtation. Of course the do-nothing
damsel must bd busy at some tiling, and what
rasiaina bat mischief ? She fills her head
with the opposite sex, and flirts away what
i . . ri ri.
( eaouia oe uie jmnact jeai ui uu uic xnu
youBg men cannot afford to marry, - and
having such occupations as leave them some
leiaare time, tkev srratifv these useless drls
wilb all the nonsense they are so capable of
aswaeiatinir. The influence of this charm-
iag society spreads itself oyer the countpy
aaa tae sceua oi truo simplicity, uonesi in
dsslry and heavenly felicity we hayo de-
tioa. Little by little they put on the nirs of
the town, for H it necessary to ne rcspecta oic
Go into a region far away from contact
with fashionable life, and sufficiently away
' from market to prevent the acquisition of
wealtk enough to corrupt them, and you
will fine marriages numerous aud divorces
unknown. Then go into a region including
a large town, and marriages will be found to
be comparatively few, and divorces numer
ous. The Cleveland Leader, the. other day,
repotted twenty granted at a single session
of the court in that city. Marriage is too
expensive a luxury to be hastily indulged,
many a wedlock is more a matter of con
.veaieBee, or of conventional arrangement,
taaa anything else. The honeymoon is
teareely passed before there is more or less
if iaeta&l disgust, and they begin to cry out
1'wr deliverance from, the hell into which
they have plunged.
1 The young wife, having nothing to do but
to eat, and sleep, and dress, 'and enjoy socie-
ty. will Bot of course discard the continued
Headship of the men with whom she former
Sy flirted. See continues to sec them pri
vately m before, and now she finds that one
of t kern she really loved, but it is too late.
A M?k cloud gathers over her spirit, and
walle law, and custom, and pride, keep her
lettered to her fate, nature cries out for the
iadulgeace of genuine love, aad she surren
ders. A few such miteraUet rush to the
eeurt for relief, and in some cases their lms
baads find that they themselves have tho best
of rrsntmn for asking a divorce Man takes
pleasure in the society of a charming woman
mi viee was. In the idle class those rc
stralata so necessary to virtue are thrown off,
aad is many cases whero the wifo had been
satisfied with her partner for years, she has
ftaally found aae who could draw more
largely upon her affection, and straightway
there k a "fuss" in another family. Thus
it Is tkat many & city household is filled with
demaslie misery, and the courts crowded with
"apaKeaUoas for divorce.
If country people would let the manners
ef Mshioa&ble town life alone, they might
save themselves from many woes, many fol
lies, many vices and some crimes. .Marriage
might continue among them a holy institu
tka, enshrining tho highest joys of life. But
tfce evik above alluded to. will continue to
iacreaee, until disgust, and knowledge, and
truth, shall revolutionize society, and every
sac shall scorn to live without rendering his
ar her fair share of service in return for
what taar enjoy. Then they will find no
time Sk' felly, and then, when two unite ia
wedlock, it will be a natural and perpetual
union.
ASKBf t op Another .North Caugmxa
cre. The publisher of the Goldsboro'
JkiUw Aim. has been arrested by the As
sietaat Superintendent of'Frccdmcn of the
GoldnCaro' District, for the publication of
artkles diMaeteral to that functionary.
The Western papers are complaining that
it costs two bushels of corn to send one to
market a dietaace of one hundred miles ; one
bundred fefesaeb to get a pair of boots; one
thousand bushels te get a suit of clothes ; and
twa tans e-f corn for one ton of coal.
Txx press of Alabama almost unanimously
aaprara af te action of Gov. Patton in
vetoing Utk dweriminating against tho
iKK. Umecxm. Y. Joknsok authorixcH
tk aaaUMaHa that he b not a candidate
aw ske at.-'0 tfee Shwcrks Beacli of
bribe resignation of
Ckatiasi,
"nmm i ' 'jtiiai i iff ht Tuilawkle eeuntv.
JhHf Vifartin, Weakly Ce were
bMMt ilmbg At war.' Mr. James .Marti &.
gum &nhm tW elrt i0t mi
jpfl(.bja nW&i vf mw. TInniwmv
AKMTAX AJf WS'A
marry a wonting gin, ana u jic huuiuu mi
ry a lady, he would be n wretch unpardon
ahl lo exeet an v thin 2 like work from her.
Vr Cestble. ;
We axe aatkorited to aoanco A, X. Crclehten
H a eaadidat ler CeMtable, at the ew slscMareh
election. " t4
rer ReTeHHe Collector.
We aro antkorlted to aaooar-ce Wat. B.
KoberteOH, sf White's Crsek, for tfco oSce f
KeresKO Collector, of Davidson coaatr, at tho
cntalsg March eteetion. jaalO-td
For Ceaatjr JnOgc.
"WTEareautlioriiedto announce m. A. JIomh,
as a caadldate for Coanty Judce of Davidton
county, at the easulcr election.
Ter Attaraey Geaeral.
We sre asthorized to aaasuBee Ststvr.i Dosn.
sc.x, ?s., of NaihTille.Sii a eaadldate for Attor
aey Ueaeral. fcr tht District ccaipsaed cU the
eoaatiesof WilUssioa, Samucr and Da?idsoa,
at the earalnc election. jc2 'CO td
Tor Clreslt Cesrt Clerk.
Hxtcco bees toileted fcr a lares naafber of eld
frietids, Will. 1. 1'ostcr has consented to an
noasce hit sama as a candidate for Circuit Court
Clerk of Darid.cn county, at the ensaine March
election.
We are authoriiod to announce the name of
David C tsav as a candidate lor re-election to
the office of Circuit Conrt Clerk of jUaviU'on
county, at the omuinc March election.
For Cetutty Ceart Clerk.
LlBdsley Xlchol is a candidate for re
election (tecond term.) to the office of Clerk of
the Coenty Court of Davidson County, at the
ensuing March election. dcclTdtd
We arc authorized t) announce the namjo e
'Was. Si. Cheatham ai a candidate for tho ofSce
of County Court Clerk of Davidson county, at the
cntuins March Election.
Wo are authorized to announco TV. G. Kwln
m a candidate for Coanty Court Clerk of Davidson
coanty, at tho eniuins March election, dect-te.
We Sre antborized to announce TIioihiw ".
Crnnk as a candidate for County Court Clerk at
the enduing election.
We are authorized to announce U'rltey W.
PblllpK a a candidate for County Court Cleric,
at the ensuing election. decl-te
Wb are nuthoriiol to announco "W. Kail a
acandidsto for County Court Clerk, at the emu
inr election. dect-te
1'or Criminal Conrt Clerk.
At the tolicitation of many friendsJfatt.lt
1'ilehcr, has consented to announce hi name as
a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk, at the ensu
ing March election.
Wr. are authorized to announce Jamc A. Hall
ai a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk of David
son county, at the ensuing March election.
We are authorized to announce Cliarle 1
DISEOiis aj a candidate for Criminal Court Clerk
of Davidson county at the ensuing March elec
tion. v dect-tc.
Top Khcrl&
We are authorized to announce V. D. McXIsk
as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at
the next March election. janli td.
Wk txti authorized to announce A. G. If osrey,
ns a candidate' for Sheriff of Davidson county at
the ensuing March election.
We are authorized to announce Kobert F.
Cuttles, a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson
county at the next March election. decl-te.
We are authorized to announce Kosciusko
Uranclt as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson
county at the ensuing March election, dect-to.
We aro authorized to announce W. . Slinw,
as a candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at
he ensuing March election. dec4-t-.
Wk are authorized to anneutico Win. Wllnon
as a candidate for Sheriff, at tho ensuing election
dec4-td
Tor Conntj- TriwiPO.
Wo are authorized to announce Knooh !iiii
nlnirhnm n. .'iiniliiile for L'nuutr Trurtcp. st
fShe cusuing March election. janj& td.
We are authorized to announco XMilnrnaGar.
rrtl as a candidate for Count; Truiteo at the en
suing March election. . dect-te.
We are authorized to announco Thmiiu
Nhute, of the Fourteenth Civil District, as a
Candidate for Counlr Trustee of Davidson County
at the ensuing March election.
We are authorized to announce T. V. Italian'
as a cundidato for County Tru,.tce of Davidson
county at the ensuing March election.
V itro nntluiriinl to announce Cutitnin John
MVllaon, as a candidato for re-election to the of
fice of County irustce at me ensuing .uarcn elec
tion. WST OF
TOST OFFICES OPEN IN TENNEfSKE TO THIS
TO.TK.
Ol'KICKS. OOUXTtES lirriCKS. COUSTIES.
Alexandria. Do Kalh. Adairsvillc. Caw.
Ashland, Cheatham. Anderson, i rankhn.
Athens, MeMiim.
Droirnsvillc. Haywood ItcllbueWe, Dedfunl.
HeanVStation. (iraingcr.Uucna istn, Carroll,
llolivar, Hardeman. lloydV Creek, Sevier.
Ilristol. Sullivan. Ulue Spring. Mewart.
Wains xltoads,Uralng!r.lllountsville. Sullivan.
Wg .Spring, Wilson. Ilutlcr, Tayl-r.
Denton, Polk.
Ccnterville, Hickman.
Chattanooga, Hamilton.
Como. Henry.
Clinton, Anderson- ,
Cumberland (lap, Clai
borne. Clarksville Montgomery
Columbic .Maun'.
Cleveland, Dradlcy.
Carthage, Smith.
Corncrsvillc.tlilM.
Charleston, Bradley.
College drove, William,
son.
Church Grove, Knox.
.Chcutnut Mound, Smith.
Cooksvillc. I'utnum.
Cullcoka, .Maury.
Charlotte, Dickson.
Camden, Denton.
Concord, Knox.
Cowan, Franklin.
Carter's Depot, Carter.
Dresden. Weakley. DooltivcrCrcck.Cartcr.
Dnndridge, Jcffcnon. Dyer's Station, Gibson.-,
Dover, Stewart. Denmark, Madron.
Dochcrd, Franklin. Ducktown. Folk.
Dtiegan'a Ferry. Carter. Daiieyville, Hayood.
Slizabethtown, Carler.
Fayettvillc, Lincoln. Fincastle, Cumiibcll.
Fosterville. Itutlierford. Fairtlnrdcn. Sevier.
Flat Gap, Jefferson. FullenV, Green.
Fountain Hill. McMinn. Iranklin College, Da
Farmlngton, Marshall. vidson.
Franklin, illiamson.
Gray's Hill, Roane.
Gallatin. Sumner.
Greenville. Green.
Gordonsville. Smith.
Gap Creek, Knox.
Harrison. Hamilton.
Hcnryville, Lawrence.
Hartsvillo, Sumner.
Gilliam St'n, Dickson.
Green Hill. Wilson.
Greenwood, Shelby.
Gcrmantown, "
Humboldt, Gibson.
Ilendcrsonville, Sumner,
llnvnes. Graineer.
Hollv Leaf. Hit)on.
1 I'd. of ltaron. Claiborn.
Happy Valley, Carter. Huntingilon, i
Hutton's Starn. Dickson.High Health,
Huntingilon, Carroll.
Jocksborongh. CampbcllJordauV Valley, Ituth
Jnckson, Madison. crford.
Joncsborocgh Wash- JohnsonviIIe, Humph-
ingtou. reys,
Johnson Dciot, " Jennings Fork, Smith.
Knoxville, Knox.
Kingttoii's Sj)rings,
I'hentham.
Kingston, lloane.
JCiiigsport, Sullivan.
Liberty, Do Knlb. Lewisburg. Marshall.
Limestone Spring, livergne, Ilutbcrford.
Greene. Lafayette, M aeon.
Iiwrenceburg LnwrenccLivingston, Overton,
lioudnn, F.oanc. Lynchburg, Lincoln.
Lagrange. Fayette. luifville, Wount.
Lebanon. Wilson. Lynnville, Giles.
Maryvlllc, Blount.
Manchester, Coffee.
McMlnnville. Warren.
Marble Hill, Hawkins.
Mill Spring. Jefferson.
Mllin Depot Gibson.
Morristown. Jefferson.
Memphis .Shelby.
Mitehcllvillc: Sumner.
Murfrcesboro' Ituth-
crford.
Madison, Davidson.
Mossy Creek, Jefferson.
Maynardsville. Union.
Middleton Station, Har
deman. McDonald, Bradley.
McLemoreviile. Carroll.
Mt.' I'leasant, Maury.
MeEwen's Station, Ilntn
pbreys. MadLonvllle. Monroe.
Mulberry. Lincoln.
Moscow, Fayette.
Manleyville, Henn-.
Moorcsburg, Hawkm
Newport, Cocke. New Middleton, S
New Market, Jefferson. Ncwbcni. Dyer.
Nashville. Davidson. Nickajack, Marion.
Nolansvillc, Williamson.
Oak Grove. Jefferson
Oakwood, Montgomery.
Pleasant, Claiborne.
Pinn Wood, Hicknun.
Paris, Henry.
Pnrdy MeNoiry.
Port Royal, Montgom :
cry.
Ooltawa, Hamilton.
Pnlaski, Giles.
l'arrottiiville, Cocke.
Palmetto, Bedford.
Panther Spring, Jef
ferson. Philadelphia, Monroe.
Pandora, Johnson.
Qnarrysville. Hawkins.
llutledgc, Grainger.
Hutherford Depot, Gib
ion. Richland Station, Sum
ner. ,
Rogersville Junction,
Hawkins.
Rorcrsville, Hawkins.
Pocahontas, Hardeman.
Rasscllvillc, Jefferson.
Ross, Anderson.
Rome. Smith.
Rheatown, Greene.
Rosebcrry, Knox.
Renilyville. Rutherford.
Riccville, Me.Mlnn.
Spring House, Grainger.
Silver Springs, Wilson.
Speedwell, Claiborne.
Sandcrtrille, Sumner.
Salem, Franklin.
Spring Creek, Madion.
Savannah, Hardin.
SeTierrille, Sevier.
Snrcdville, Dickon.
Smithville. Be Knlb.
Sparta, White.
Silver Ton. uMon.
Spring Hill, Manry.
Sycctnore Mills, Cheat
Spring'fiyld. Robertson.
fwoei v aicr, nionnu.
Somervillc, Fayette.
Miolhyvtiie. iieuioni.
o U. II(l,.rr.,r.l
Strawberry Plams, Jcf-
lerron.
Tampieo. Grainger.
Tate $ Station, Mont-
Triune, Willianu on.
Thornbill, Grainger.
gomery. Jazcwell, tlaihome.
Trenton. Gibson. Thompson's Station,
Talbott's Station, Jcffer- Williamson.
son. Trundle's X Roads, Se-
Tyner'a Station, Hamll- ier.
ton. Tiptonil1e, Obion A.
Taylorsville, Johnson.
WilionvUlc, Cocke.
Watertown, Wilson,
Woodbury, Cannon.
Winchester, Franklin.
Whitesburg. Jefferson.
Woodbam. Union.
Webster. Roane.
Woodlann, Montgom-
Whiteside". Marion.
Wartrace Depot, Bed
ford. Welker's Mills. Roane.
Waynesboro, Wayne.
Waverly. Humphreys.
Warrenton, Marshall.
cry.
I'nlon Depot. Sullivan. ervilla. Warrca.
Wilts Point. Marion. Randolph, Tipton,
Jasper, Marion. Rockfonl. Blount.
He:idersonsMi!ls.GrccneBrif k Mill. Blount.
Gainsboro. Jackson. Troy, Obion,
V.r ll.n'in vni,nn I ... .1.-1.1.
,1 ., ...M. ..fit,. Ml !, MftUi,VIlltl,',
Red Bridge, Hawkins, Hrites Landine. Perrj.
Ccrro Gordo.llardin.
White Bluff. Dtxnn '
Inolr iitoanc,
McMillan, Knox.
Newnansville Greene.
CatilianSprings.Sumner
Brick Church, Giles.
Mill Property For Sale.
TfK OFFKR OR SALK "THF. CARMI-
CHAKL FLOl'R MILLS," bnilt of brick,
situated on the first level of the Augusta Canal, in
tbiscity. The building Is 110 lyW, three stories !
high, besides wheel-pit and attic;, has an Office
and Bran-room attarhed. 60 by iv, two stories;
has five runof stonestone of whirh is arranged (or !
taaking and bolting meal and griUJ and a water :
powcroflSfeelheadandfall. "JV.
i ciwrmre Kvuminouaiions are very exiewtive
ana eoHiwcie, aua is so arrange! to tio wsta.
ww-feijWh ta sacks ofasy otheriolllin the 9Me
4etac tae Mat Mt eAvif, btMs a areat
saviacaf taber. n
tmm r OEJaRK
fA.
'
'.
(Suecestors to W. F. Gray k Co.)
Wholesale nml Retail Ponler in
.' '- tr' i
Drugsr Medicines,. Oils,
PAINTS, DYE-STUFFS,
ETC., ETC T.JC
av
Southwest Cor. Broad and 'Market Sis.,
IVASlFtim,Kt TEN'S: -
. RESPKCTFULLY CALL THE ATTEN-
tentinnof the trade to nnreomplrte.(tiMk(vf
DRUGS., QI;UEMICAJLS,
Perfumeryj Faucy Articles;' -,
T.TC ETC., ETC ETC.
K. r A. If AKHKttT Will b found at the
Old Stand, and ready to serve all ' .
dec.l-3m
XilTTKKKR A C'AKI.KR.
FAMILY GHOCERIES &c.
X E W STORE.
s
Pandolfini & Eiva,
NO. 12 "NORTH CHERRY STREET, .
); "
tIEALEItS IS
FANCY GROCERIES,
WINKSLIQUORS. .
r y CIGARS, ETC.
JIONO THEIR STOCK MAY BEFOUND
Java. Rio and Mocha Coffee :
Crushed, Powdcreil, Coffee, Porli-Rico, and every
gnide oi urnwn Migars;
Tcxj. Canities, Starch;
Castile, Palm. ErasiveandLaundrj-Soniis;
AlmriniN. Filberts, Currants. Prunes, Raius;
Batter, Oystnrs, Fancy and Almond Craekurs;
Pine Aiiiilc. Glomtcr and Doinpytii- Cheu:
Mixel, Girkins, Chow-chow and iiiiciinl Hot
Pickl:
Jlii'liroom. Walnut, India, and Sir. Robert Peel
;aiui ;
Sultana, Royal, Table. Beef Steak, Royal Osborne,
John Bull, Soho, .Mogul and llcrvey Sauces;
.Essence of Anchovies : Essence ot Shrin3;
Haillc. Jmnerial and Durham Mn.!jtr,lr
Mushrooms: Dutch Aavhovics; Anchovy Paste;
fira."oourg.ncais, ronoi xonguc, roiteu nam;
Fruits of every variety in cans and Jar.
ISTHKinSTOCKOF '
V i ii i" h a it 1 11 i indies
ALL OF WHICH AK1
(lE.VUIXE A.VD 1 .Utl';0 ItjT K 1.
MAY BE FOUND '
Pemartin and DuffGordon Sherries;
Old Choice and IteervoM.idciras ;
Iiondon Hock and Riirsumlv Port:
Pciiuirtin, Blamiuefort and St. Julien Mwloc
viarct;
ITaut SanU-nie, Niestelner, Hockhcimer and Ca
tawba incs;
Dcjncreicr, Geld Medal and Hcidsick, Champagne;
Pm.tp..( ii;nn ii,Mi fi.. f. it .i:..
IrLh. Scotch, Bourbon and Robertson County
i mskics;
HolUndGin;
Maraschino Absinthe; Vennoittlio and all As
sorted Linuort;
Baker's and llolIancLIlittcre;
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS.
Choice brands, together with ever;; variety of Do
mestic Cigars, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco ot
all brands; together with all other articles usual
ly found in a
FIRST CLASS FANCY GROCERY STORE.
It is the intention of PANDOLFINI ,t RIVA
to keep on hand at all times a complete assort
ment of everything in their line, of the i cry best
quality to bo purchased, which they are deter
miiffcd to scll'cs low as any other etablisbmcnt in
Ihls or nny othereity.
They respectfully ask an examination of their
stock, feeling aMured that no one will go away
dissatisfied
P A W J O I- VI S I A ltlVA,
Fancy (Irneers,
XHI liEALKR.S is
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
5fo. 12 .Vnrlli :iicrry .Street,
dect-3m.
NASHVILLE. TENN.
FOSTER BROTHERS,
ii:.i.Kits IN
-FEVE FA Mfli Y ftlSOCEISIES,
PURE WINES.
BRANDIES,
etc.. ' etc., oic, v
NO. 33 WEST SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE,
XirHlivlIle, TniieBp.,
TV. HAVF. IN STORK ANI Ftilt'SALK
1 1
a large stock of
BROWN SUGAR,
CRU 1IE8 do
JPOlfDKRED, do
RIO COFFEE.
FAMILY FLOUR.
SALT, "
MACKKREU
.STAR CANDLES,
SOAP.
.... i
3,
etc.
OYSTERS. COVE AND SPIUKI),
.CHEESE.
.SARDINES.
PICKLES.
KAISONS.
ALMONDS.
FILBERTS.
PECANS,
ASSORTED CANDY;
LOBSTERS. ele
etc.
Wines and Liquors.
Burlion Whisky.
Robertson County do.
French Brandy,
Apple Brandy,
Peach Brandy,
Cberry Brandy,
Baker's Bitten, etc, etc.
Holland Gin.
Jamaica Rum,
Sherry Wine,
Port Wine.
Champagne Wine,
Claret Mine,
Catawba Wine, til., etc.
Willow-Ware-Superior
Cigar? :
Smoking Tobaccos;
Pickles;
French Mustard;
Caper Catsup:
Java Cofite. etc
rosTT.R imoTiirKft.
deet-tf
"I7VAMII.V VI.OrR.--The celebrate Star
jl anna ai
ORll BROTHERS.
Salt. Soap, Rice,
KaWIns, Craic,
Maakerel,
Nails. Starch. Candle.
Tobaeeo, MoIatMs,
VVoodtn Ware;
MHCUFE BROS It D8.
NO. n BhOAD SIEEl
Nash-ville Tenrieee,
GENERAIi 01X-IEAtER8
it
,K ' '
AO EA TS FOR THE SAXE OF
Cotton Yarns and Sheetings
.MANUFACTURED BY
EAGLE MILLS,
r. Afw n t.x c'k b ir n .
lESSIESSKK,
i OF-
FJR AJMTC3L.IN FACTORY
CfXCIXXATI, OHIO,
G A Ti EAT Ik. FACTOR Y,
Gallatin, Tennessee.
WK HAVE RE-OPENED OHR OIL HoilSE,
it anil have perfected arrangements w ith our
Old OIlaiiuraHurerM
Car unlimited supplies of
r.UBlMpl&G OIT.S,
5peciall prepareil for
COTTON .MACHINERY AND RAII.KOADS,
and j'fo now in store a large -stock of
Hrcrcnl Kinds of Oil,
superit to any we have ever kept Ijcforc. '
We also have on hand a gooi -upply of
VAKXS AXI SirmTfXfJ.H
Metcalfe Bros. & Co.
declT Sm
DRY GOOD 5
R. 1 1 II 0 M P!S 0 N,
DEALER IS THE
fcEIiERRATEI) PATENT;
SHOTJLffER SEAM
AND PARTS
.S3
o
K
SH
UnderSliirtsand Drawers,
English and German Half-Hose,
Gluves. Suspenders and Cravats,
. I landlrerehicfs and Collars,
Canesland Umbrellas,
" Heavy Scarlet and
t
White Ribbel,Shirts and Drawers
Gentlemen's Dressing Robes,
Trunks." Valises and Travelling Bags.
Combs, 'Brushes and Perfumery.
, Ii. H. THOCTSON,
f i -
No."a6 Clvei-rj- Street,
XF.AK l-'.MON.
dect-tf
SALE & LIVERY.
i x s : r y i : e a a a i w.
0 '
L I Y E Il V, - S A I E,
'EXGirAjfOS STABLE
DEADF.RICK STREET,
JiETWEEX GUEliTlY AND SUMMER.
J. V. PENTECOST, Proprietor.
rpiIK UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RETURN
JL ed from the North, with the best stock to be
had fn tho country. BUGGIES AND CAR
RIAGES ALL NEW, and horses superior to any
in this city. .
Mr facilities fnr BOARDING HORSES BY
THE DAY, WEEK OR .MONTH. are unequalled
in the city, i tie services ot an experienced lleii
ler nave been secured, who will give his exclusive
attention to" stock.
Constantly, on band, a Bn lot or IIOKfcM
AND MULES for rale at theLOWEST MARKET
RATES
llavinr had a long experience in the Entiness. I
fee! satined that I can give satisfaction In all cases
J. C. WHARTON CO.,
MEDICAL CARD.
-yU..
DR. COIiEMAN'S
- j;
FOR
PECIIb DISEASES.
up
I S t - -i ..
DR. COEEMAN
.Kstablished liis DISPEXSAIlV in i this city
neveral years.gimv for tIii.treatment!of
.A "
, i .
t!iiitoxi: axis imhvatk oisivsr.s,
having gradualeii at the University of Pennsylva
nia, at Philadelphia, in 1344-J.i, and since that
time he has diligently applied himself to his pro
fession, anil carefully investigated all the remedial
agents best calculated to alleviate the diseases oi
suffering humanity, nml thereby merit the confi
dence and estceraof his fellow ritizens. The en
viable reputation which his
O lsfi'l F. X S A K V
.
has always sustained, is an all-sufficient recom
mendation to those who hare so long and favora
bly known it) and to such as are unaiuainted
with its superiority, he can say that physicians
inrongnoui ijie country mane Ha rule to semi
AI.I. IKM'EKATK CASK
to him for treatment.
Whoever -undertakes the Medical Profession
should feel restinirunon him a double nhlirntinn
one, the duty he uiwcs to the public, to w)iom he
announces tnai ne is a qualiticd member or nil
profcfion; the other, a duty be owes to himself,
to make and maintain n reputation ifor attain
.inputs ami skill.'
There are owr Practitioners, indeed there are
man, win, aiu igHorou i , ; ( v T
.VEXKUKAI.
OIHKASSX.
because they fancy it is not rtipftJM to trea
them.
He who prnnerly appreciates his fellow beings'
sufferings, will not know any difference in the
retptctnbility of rfiroes all maladies are alike fit
subjects for his caro ancl'reflcction.
Thero exists, without a doubt, a deplorable de
gree of ignorance in regard to the nature and treat
ment of tho whole clsss of Yrntreal IKtrait. Onr
hospitals and graveyards Are full of the monu
ments of ignorance in the Medical Profession, and
it requires bold, scientific Physicians to make this
department a
..IV ) O.i
SPECIALITY,,
and give it tbe rank and respectability which its
importance merits,
Under tbe bead of "Sntnal Vittntti is in
eluded all afflictions of both exes, that do not
require daily attention from his IHrpntary.
In the treatment of- Vtnrrol Pittiwt his
REMKDIEN ARE 5TII.O AND 1'I.EAHAXT
as possible, and the time neeessary to"etTect a cure
must be determined by circumstance;.
COMPIJMEXTART XOTKTJ4 BY THE
CITY; imEJW.
At a period like the present, when our city is
filled to overflowing with a transient population,
and diseases prevail to an extent hitherto un
dreamt of. it is proper that the means of cure
should be of ready access, and that those imme
diately interested should have information which
will lead them to avail themselves of competent
medical anice. Jlen who have been educated in
the best schools of the profession of medicine, and
been successful in a practice of many years, are
surely worthy tf confidence; if Jhey have given
their attention exclusively to one branch of the
profession, and made themselves masters of it,
they havo still more right to expect support, more
particularly if they have afforded proof oftheir
ability to cure. To this latter class belongs Dr. L.
L. Colrmix. who. In his speciality, has, been a
benefactor to the afflicted, and may ever be relied
on as a safe and sure physician. Aathrille Union.
The attention of the afflicted is directed to tb
advertisement of Dr. Colexak, inanothtreoluran.
As a practitioner in tbe noble science of medicine,
he stands at tho bead of his profession. Ho is a
grad tte of the most distinguished University in
the SI vte of Pennsylvania, and it may well be
prou. f hlza, for if aM its alumni have achieved
sochi M.-cc as be ha, the AW Mater may well
feel poudof heroSiprlng, A'atXville Time:
Attention it directed to the advertisement of
Dr. Colevax, to be fonnd in another col vran. The
Doctor is a eradnate of the Universirr nf Pnm
rylrania, an old and experienced practitioner, and
nas oeen very success! ui txitn nere and elsewnere
in his treatment of the various diseases to which
he has devoted his attention for manr Tears Dast.
Those requiring his services will find that be Is
cot only a skillful physician, but is a high-toned,
clever genjleman. AatkrilU Preti.
Office Hoara from S la the Morntnp lo
sit XlRht.
All letters must be-atldresed
SR. I.. Ii. COEEMAN,
Bex SM, P. O.,
Jll,i.u i!T .
A8 e. rorsTxi,
KAJtrro-V j. cHBiKT,
bbkj.p. or.
IfliimtNIIIDICO,
IVJIOfcESAO: grocers,
ASH
(SO U MISSION it ,EK CHANTS,
For tio sale and pofchasa of
Coitos Rstlt,oliricco, "STlicat, rionr.
BACON,
, LARD, .
v DRIED
FRUIT.
PIG, Uloy.ASli PliQDUCE OEXEkALLY
11039 nml liBroadStrcct
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
WE WILL KEEP ON HAND A LARGE
1 1 and well selected stock of
jef yi:d c e r i e h ,
FOR'; -the
'WHOLESALE TRAIiE'
Jfy BARRELS BOURBON WHISKY,
CO " Robinson County Whisky,
" Old Rye do -
M " Rectified do
3) , " Cognac Brlndy.
m hfbbls do do
10 barrels Holland Gin,
10 hfbbls , do do
20 hf bbls New England Rum,
2) hf bbls Ginger Brandy,
20 kegs do do
'20 hf bbls Cherry Brandy,
20 kegs Lemon Cordial,
20 kegs Ginger do
50 baskets Heid.dc, (pints and quarts).
20 boxes Sparkling Catawba,
100 sacks prime Rio Coffee.
75 barrels New Orleans and Island Sugar.
50 " Crushed v do
SO PowdereJ do
GO " Coffee do
150 " choico Irish Potatoes.
J5 " Table, Salt.
2! " Molasses, . .
nt bbls do
.1.-
s barrels fcyrup,
50 hf bbls and kegs Syrup,
) kits Mackerel. No, land 2.
si nt odis no . - ,. .
2.1qrbblsdo - I
50 boxes Cheese, " !-.
50 do Candy.
50 do Star Candles, ' . .
50 hf and qr boxes Star Candles, (
50 boxes German and Family Soap, i - s
50 do Pickles, (qts and pts), -. t,
10 gross Preston A- Merrill's 1 e.nt Powders,.,
SO boxes Starch.
10 cases Q-i) Sardines,
25 boxes Raisins.
50 hf and qr bxs Raisins.
50 dozen Painted Buckets.
7)00 reams Wrapping Paper.
100 dozen Brooms,
20 dozen Sieves,
500 kegs Nails,
To which we invite tho attention of the .tier
chants of Tennessee-Georgia and Alabama.
Strict attention will bo paid to receiving and
forwarding, and to the sale of Groceries and alL
goods on consignment.
Being in tbo large and commodious store and
warehouse, so long and favorably remembered as
the hnus&if Johnson A-Smith, and afterwards as
Fisher, Wheelcss Jfc Co.. with the immense sheds
and storage rooms, wo feel prepared to handle all
Cotton, Tobacco and General Produce, or goods
on consignment, on as favorable terms as any
house in the city: and expecting to establish our
.business upon a permanent basis, we promise to
do all in our power to merit a liberal share ot
public patronage.
BAGGING AND ROPE always on mm
STKATTOX, POIXTEK & Co'.
vdeeC 3m
MATT. T. IIAOEN,
WHOLESALE GROCER. COTTON FACTOR,
j i -ISO "
ttKXEKAT. COJIJUNNIOX MF.ItCIIAXT,
NO. 5 BROA D STREET,
BCTWEEN MARK
FRONT.
, . ,'. NASUVIlV.E. T3NN;
Liberal Advances Made on Congignments.
dcct-lm.
.; MATTVT.:,HAGEN,
W Hi LKSA LKG KOCER, CtiTfON FACTOR
txu
J i:r.UA I. COMMINMIOX .MERCHANT,
N0.IS1BR0AD STREET.
BETWEEN MARKET) "AND FRONT.
, - .
: NASHVILLE. TENN.
liberal Advances Made on Consignments,
decl-lm.
john j. mm,.
IVIIOEESAEE
.. CSJ 3DS3L C CS3 533 332.
Commission Merchant,
DEALER IN
TAijuors, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco.
No. 35 .South Side Rroadway,
NASHVILLE, TENN.
100 Uhdf. prime New Orleans,
.7) do do Porto Rico Sagar,
f0 dn do Cuba Sugar,
10O Barrels Crashed and Powdered Sugar,
20 do Granulated Sugar. Aj
100 do A. and B. Coffee Sngari, '
". do C. extra assorted Brands.
200 do Yellow Sugar,
600 Bags Rio Coffee,
25 Mats Java Coffee.
20 do Lagulra Coffee,
10 Bags Ginger.
10 Bags Allspice,
20 Bags Pepper,
75 Barrels Mackerel.
A0W bbls. do.
Sf)0 Kitts do.
SO Boxes Soap,
1.rrt dn Ktareb.
100X00 Cigars, assorted brands.
.TOltiucjiUandles,
100 do Basins.
fCases Sardinei,
'M Cases Oysters,
100 Deien BuckeU,
M'Neits Tubs.
Torether with eterrthingarnally kent in Whole
sale Grocery Bouses.
LIQUORS,
Inrt Barrels Robertson CoantyTfTjlskey,
SO do Bourbon do do.
30 do Rye do.
125 do Rectified do.
.1 Casks Ilenneosry Brandy,
S do Otard, Dapaj 3t Co's. Cosnac,
M Barrels Apple B very old,
10 do Peaeado.
5 do Sherry Wine,
In ztore asd for sale at
deci-5ai.
'NASHVILLK, TENN.
mjiis aYl tpKKamx. jms.) adask
1 BAY MUKBK, aut ll band w
THtH
owaerawe
1'. b. FULLER.
S. 8. STOOKARD
BOOT AND SHOE
SI
S T o h:e
YUIMK &'ST00EAED,
NO. 43 UNION STREET.
ITavc constnntlr on band u
large and Well Assorted
STOCK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
CONSISTING OF
i
Mens' Fine French Calf Boots
ii
"Shoes
Boys' &:Yonth's.Shoes&$oots
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Mens' and Boy's Brogans
LADIES' AND .MISSES
Fine Congress Gaiters-of all Kinds
LADIES' AND MISSES'
' BvAt ORALS
LADIES' AND MISSES
POLIS .H.,: BOOTS
CHILDREN'S SHOES
OF ALL KINDS.
WE ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFAC
XV ut.
GENT'S FINE CALF BOOTS
to order on short notice.
FUEEEIt t STOCK Alt .
dect lm. J- '
M. S. STOKES & CO.
JOUBEKS AND RETAIL DEALERS
IX
BOOT.S, SHOES A2W HATS
Beiit Philadelphia cnstom-work always on hand of
GENTS,
MDIESM,
MISSIS AND
CIIILDRENS WEAR.
No. 55 College Street.
NEAR THE PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE.
dec3 1m
AS. M 1. 41(111 Ll.V. U. W. H. BUTLER. F. A. IBWIX
Fermerly of Erens, Keith 1 Co,
M'LAUGHLIN, BUTLER & CO.,
(Sucessors to F. A. Irwin 4 Co.)
WHOLESALE GROCEKM
Com'mission Merchauts,
Corner of Market and Clark streets,
NASHVILLE. TENN.
We hajrc in store and for sale a large atock of
sugars, brown.
crushed, and powdered.
riocoffke. family flour,
salt. Mackerel. starjcandles.
SOAP, TOBACCO. CHEESiVOYSTERS.
RAISONS, ASSORTED CANDY, LOBSTERS.
WINES ANI LIQ:lORH.
Bonrlion Whisky, Holland Gin,
Robertson Cpnnty du Jamaica Bum,
Freach Brandy. Sherry Wine,
Apple do Port do
Peach do Champagne do
Cherry do Claret do
Bakers Bitters, Catawba do
And a complete assortment of other Groceries.
Mclaughlin, butler a- co.
decS 2a
J. 3f. IiUMNDEX & CO.,
MAScriCTCgKgg a.ip tir.xir.zn
HIDES, OILS, LEATHER,
v
Findings Currier's Tools,
NO. 9 SOUTIT MARKET STREET,
Dee.!
NAKUTILEE, TENN.
FOB SAI.E,
"VTORT1I NASHVILLE PROPERTY. A Firrt
J class two story Brick House, with all tbe im.
proTcmeuu, tn Summer street, near tferson
streei. rrice $i,vw.
Also: A Lot on Jefferson street, improred by
xwo jrrame irweiungs; renting tor Alperan
.num. i i it c
Also: A Lot on Has Iain streets Iniirnra) tsr Hra
Brick Houses, with fonr room ia each. Price
5.000.
Apply to
deet-tf
DILLTN k THOMPSON.
Geaeral Agents. College rt
STATE OF TENNESSEE, t
Fsjiszmx Covstt. 1
AJ. SIMPSON. ADMINISTRATOR OF L.
. N, bimpson, deceased. U hereby ordered to
girenoticeintbe Ugtox xxr Amxxicix. sad by
written notice, at tbe Conrj House door In Win-
efiester. Tennu for all nprwini b,r!ul.liii, iur.n,t
Mid estate to appear as4 tile the suae with the
BBaerstgued. rtaly autbeaticated. in the manner
prejeribed by law. os or before tae l,t of April.
t81c-,.. THOS. SHORT, Cterk.
Family Ftewr. .
10Q1ARRKS. OXAHA'JCILLS FAVILY
EAGLE
NaehT ill. T8aDeTi.
PROWtRTY OWNT5RS os Chareh Street, on
LiM BteC between Sain-S' aad CaHege,
and a Cherry street, betwees CKtireh and Cedar,
are heretor ae4ed to eontraot (tots earbisgaad
utoBfl asd eriek pareaest, wlMfeilr it M reuir
ed aeeerittisr to rfee speeiicsitieM awi grades
which wirl be fsroibl by tie CHy Kagiaeor. If
said work is sot iwmmstiaed wHkia. tea days from
this date, aad pwh4 rapidly to completion, tha
eoatraete-r tor theetreei werk will be notified to
construct said curbing, the expenses of which will
be charged to the prejiertyowner.
dec2a-tf Vf, MATT. BROWN, Mayor.
' . -i,. Toa's Orncg. t
NaahrilKTeno, Dee, 3, IS6
PROPERTY OWNKRSoa Cjlleg and Market
streets, between fee Square aad Srosd street,
are hereby Betfted to eoestruet aew ttoa or brick
paTCBBe, or to reset the old one whereTetftfe
required, aeeerdaaeetrith the .tpecifkabioBS and
grades which will be furnished by the City Eagiv
neer oa apiiKeatiofl. Said Tors Bast bo com
meaced witaia tea days from this date, aad push
ed rapidly to eeflssietioa. or the ky will contract
with parties for the same, aad the expeese will be
cnargeu io ae property owners.
dec22-tf
W.2
MATT. BROWN. Mayor.
ALE AGENCY.
J. F. COOPER,
(Suocesoe to A. D. Fleming &- Con at their Old
Stand, No. 3-1 Church street,
XAfiltVIIXE. .... TEWITESSEE,
Where can be had at all time the bet brands
of ' Sands' Celebrated Chicago." Wheeling. Cin
cinnati, Vaf Oi-enin, ami Stock Ales, at low
figures. jarJ-tf.
t JOUtTT.
63 Water Street,
NewYork.
i. E. PgXDLETO.Y.
c. L4tnn MALI.
Sr. Liui,
Mo.
Late with Bcrthold. Smith & Co., St. LouL.
JOTJETT, HAUL & CO.,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors
. AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
21 SOUTH UtAXN STREET,
MKRCHAXTS' EXCIIAXGS BLOCK.
ST. JLOVJS, JIO.
Consignment of Cotton. Leaf Tobacco, Sugar,
Coffee, Molasses, cte soKcitcd, and onlera filled
for Pork, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Bagging, Rope, etc
oec2 Jtm
S. L. SrilOVlLLlf.
J. W. BSIOHT
DEM0Y1LLE & CO.,
APOTHECARIES
AND
DRUGGISTS,
COR. CHURCH AND CHERRY STREETS.
(Opposite Post Office.)
NMNiivir.i.K. Tr.srxr.HErN
DcnlcrH in DrtiRH.
Medicines, Chcmloals,
Pithils, OHh, Dyc-HlnilH,
Perfumery Toilct-ArtlcleB,
ETC.,
ETC,
ETC-
ETO.
WE HAVE NOW ON HAND A LARGK
T T assortment nf the nhnv h.MmI n.ttAln. and
invite the attention of our City and Country
inenoi ana acaicrsto mem.
HOUSE PAINTERS and others are inUed to
the large stock of-Paints ( Dry and in Oil) or eTery
description, 1 .
VARISNHES,
. WINDOW'GLASS, ' ''
PUTTY.
s
BRUSHES, etc.
, FARMERS AND GARDNERS are respectfully
nrited to bear in mind that we will shortly hare
m siure ue largest siock 01
LANORKTII'S FRKsm AKIEN MEF.K."
ever brought to thl market. AIo,
A large stoelrnf
ci.oVku a.'i
timothy sekbs.
We intite country dealers and otners to sail and
examine our large stock of Goods-suited to their
trado before purchasing elsewhere, feeling assured
that we can givo.entire satisfaction.
PHYSICIAN'S will always find on hand a large
INSTRUMENTS,
( NVROICAT, AND BEXTAI.; )
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS:!
POCKET COMPANIONS;
TRUSSES, SUSPENSORIES, eta.
And preparol to fill orders'punctuslly, and on the'
most reasonable terms.
1"
I'Rr.StKIITIONN
Prepareil carefully by competent Prescripionit
at ALL HOURS.
dec4 lm
x. i.srmcFg.
L k HtJKI.HBT,
1. 1 SPEHCER CO.,
ceRrvBK r :jiuktsi anw cox.r.Etit:
r- NTKKETK.
Nashville,
Tennessee,
Tleater, tn
COTTOX, HAY AND GRAIN,
SEEDS. FLOUR, WHISKY.
GR0CE IKS.
Produce and Provisions.
Prnxnnt a tt I Inn iA"SM.t.rn. r..
Sag Stormg and
SftM-inU GOODS ON COHjHISSION.
Cotisignaents and orders soliciteiL
ITray
Te urnirvcT uisvst dvicp
for Cotton. Bscon and Country Produce.
a. A. SPirrrE r
Receirlfig, ForwardiBg and CoBBiMle Mer-
eaaBM, no. g. c&urca fctreet, between Market
aad Frost. dee
rorisriijr.B ajtb xanhii.i.kkaii.
-8EBCTieS OF KATBR.
9!
char
a Aisv ASTER -THIS DATK AND UNTIL
runner settee, tae fotlowtag rat will be
red OB Fraikr Um VuhvilU t.mim
and Loaijrille Kentaeky.per 196 lbs.
USHTn.lw! isim.. fibfvtvnrT.ias ii.i.
THIRD CLASei.38ctB. FOURTH CLASi.Mett.
, . GRAIN, 27 cm.
Special Hate will be made for
-lAirae AtivHients.
RcdHccd Rates Per Car I.ad.
Fir. Ra&ead and Scrap Iros.Haj, g. Ce
ment aad Pbwter. 83a per Car Load.
Lire Stelr, Dressed Lumber. Agricultural las
pleent. tw Furaitaf asd Jlaehleery, 9M
aiieattw at th rsgslur freight TarWsf thie
CetMway, Deeeceeer 1st. IMf. asnl reeeired
3N"o. AO.
thos. Xiacc r.
Late of MeClure. Bnck
& Co.'s.
Late of Mr if ie
C.'s -
BUCK, BARNES & 00,,
No. 2 North Market S-lreetr,
rirjrfssiTi: ?r. cuaru hotei '
HAVB ON HAND A LARGE ASSORTMENT
of HeattH h1 tooktt Tsi. Saitt
te wholesale and retaU trade. Ve keep
iS.?JaiSnili"ir,lr Urro .quanUtie of T
Pbtte, fHtect trH antl Sket Cenim.
Hlro. alliiics. We hare on hand anda Sial
nfactunng all dcttripbona of Tinware. We keen
Toilet Sets, Japanaed Ware. Cake BaJe Cofci
and Tea Canisters, Sp,co Boic. etc- Planiki
Coffee and T? PotBaeins. etc. Indh, ItabW
the. wholesale and retail trade-as cheap as it can
be bought In this market.
Wo soUeitaeallfrpmourold friends and mer
chants trading in this market.
vuYpt0 nVvivS01?0' ?rlj.utdown
J.W.W1LSOX. K.tr.BOTTOErr. T.J.WItSOX.
ji TT. WJCLSQX - &CO.,
Collese Street,
. J- "V
NASHVILLKmftN..
Mannfactnrers of
TIN AND COPP: WARE.
WROUGHT, IRON COOKING STOVES.
Wholesale and retail dealers u
C0GIOTG & HEATING
t
. ST O VES, '
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, '
COAL OIL LAMPS AND COAL OIL.
TIN PLATE. SHEET IRON. s
WIRE AND TINNER'S FINDINGS.
And Tin Ware of ercry description.
STin Roofing done In the best manner.
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