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rHi i "ifi r iiTiH If n fflTiTY jjT OiNOINATI CARDSi CINCINNATI CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. LOUISVILLE CARDS. GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c GROCERIES, LIQUORS :3cc. Reading Matter on Each Tagc. TIIU SOX OF THE CAMp! A CEIVEAK IXCtDEXT. Girc us a sonc I" the soldier cried, The enter trenches gnardlne. Whim the heated sons of the camps allied Grew weary of bombarding. The 4nrk Redan, tn silent scolT. Lfrcrim and thrcatcnine under. And tho tawny mound of the Jlalakoff J 1 enter beheld its thunder. Thejwwasap&use. The purdsmanid " Ce storm tho forts to-siorrowi Eim while wo Way j another day Will brio? enough of Borrow." They lay alone the battery' aide. Below the smoking cannon Brave hearts from Severn and from Clyde. And from the banks of Shannon. They sans of lore and not of fame ; Fontot was Britain's glory ; Each heart recalled a different name. But all sacc "Annie Laurie." Voice after Toice caught up tho song, Until its tendcrpassion Hose like an anthem, rich and stronc Their battle-eve confession. Dear cirl. her amo he dare not speak. Yet, as the tone crew louder. Something upon tho soldier's check Washed off tho stains of powder. Beyond the darkening ocean burned The bloody sunset's embers; While the Crimcin valleys learned How English, love remembers. And once again a fire of bell Rained on the Kusslan quarters ; With scream of shot and burst of shell. And bellowing of tho mcrtorc. And Irish Nora's eyes are dim For a singer, dumb and gory; And British Alary mourns for him Who sang of "Annie Laurie" Oh, soldiers! to yonr honored rest, lour truth and valor bearing; Tho bravest are the tendercst 1 The loving ore the daring. rsri vers Aii surntAcn: BY X TENNESSEE RADICAL. Chalk and ivory I Hoels nnd skin;! Sambo's glory now begins 1 Go 'way, white man I You don't know How to vote right dat is so. Yaw, yaw Yaw, yaw, yaw 1 Do happiest day X over saw ! Whar's de ticketl ? Fotch om straight ! I TOtcs early I votes late I Tetoi often I roles right I'se no Ignoramus whito Man and bruddor equal born De Maker's image, (in a horn) lie glory of do ruin day l)e cullid cuss from Africa, Oh, kinky, minky, stinky, oh ! If (lis ain't glory, tell me so.. TUB FIRST OF APRIL March, one entire and perfect chrysolite of gloom, who ordered her Court into mour ning and flooded tho world with tears, has abdicated, with consistent soberness. All the winds of heaven precede her a pad orchestra, uttering fitful wailing, or fierce disharmonies. The sunshine of April, in deed, fringes her melancholy robes with brightness and braids her hair with gold, but, to the last her stubborn face is clouded and her breath unkindly. There are no tears for her memory, for tho new month opened with the beautiful memorial Sunday, Easter, the festival of Hope, as Christmas is the festival of Love. It is a charming fancy that the sun dances in tho heavens on Easier morning. Any body who looks with the eye of faith will co its beautiful gambols. For on that day the dead earth wakens to life again, there is benediction in the breeze and in the sunshine, and the miricle of the Resurrection is ex plained in the lovely procecssion of the sea pons. But if the First of AprilJ were not, by ac cident, a sweet and sacred day, it would be, by inheritance, the Carnival of Fools. From a time whereof the memory of man runneth not to the contrary this capricious moi.th has entered tho world with a grotesque dance of folly, tho bells in her cap ringing the canty music and n horde of practical jokers, clad in motley, in her train. All through Europe, and wherever Euro peans have settled, people are' hent hither and yon, on fool's errands, and laughed at for their pains. Oriental scholars declare that the custom forms the hull feast of the Hindoos, which has a similar usage. lint' it is delightful to believe that there is neither reason nor sense in tho observance, nor ever could liavo been. In a world eo dreadfully rational nnd conservative, and among a peo ple who bo heavily feel the responsibility of the Creation, a premeditated lunacy like that of AU-Fool's-Dav, is no inspringl 'Tin true, 'tis pity, and pity 'tis, 'tis true, that tho celebration of this festival is fallen al most entirely into tho children's hands. How delicious was it once to rise a whole hour before the first bell rang, and (.pend tho time in devising small villainies for the penance and mortification of tho ciders of the household. "What exhilaration attend ed the placing of unauthorized covered dishes on the breakfast table, while being opened with an air, by paterfamilias, were found to contain emptiness. Nothing in a long and varied existence could be so funny as pining the legend "April Fool" to the coat-skirls of that patient man, and seeing him unconsciously betake himself to his omnibus beaming smiles on us young hypo crites to tho last through his lambent spec tacles. Ehcul for the mad delight, forever departed, of sending materfamilics a note, from her dearest friend, entreating her pres ence on a matter of life or death, nnd of see ing that Helena put by her work and set forth, to return speedily with the intelligence that her Ilcrmia was Mill dancing tho nights away-at "Washington, where she hnd been the whole gay season. O, tho felicity of sticking ieathcrs, undetected, in the hair of the oldest brother, who was such a dandy, that tho back parting of his brown curls was a perpetual arrangement, nnd despair to tho young barbarians all at play, who long ed with .heartaches to be 20, and wear a diamond pin. O, tho unutterable- rapture of furiously ringing the door-bell, and rush ing down the nearest area for concealment. Of all the days in the year, what Mr. Emerson calls "the joy of eventful living" crowded tho 1st of April. Alas! there are no such excitements now. Life is pallid and bare, and one is obliged to bchavo one's elf. But if it were not forbidden, nnd possibly because it is, how delightful it would be to tell nil one's acquaintances the most stupendous lies of which one was capa ble, and ilout wisdom, and tweak her nose, ana through tho blessed day, hover on the verge of idiocy. Because we, who arc wise, are apt to becomo a little grave, and hard, and overborne with cares, nnd to iind our homos a weariness and not a crown of joy. Apprehensions affright ns, and our clear eyes, that sec more than tho moments, pierce the shadows, and know that danger lurks there. There is a lino truth in the old saw, "A fool for luck." It is the happv souls that laugh at care to whom care does not come. It is tho natures which delight in silliness that keep sweet. The children's laugh Is the best medicine for us, and wo may well oin in the marry homage to tho Patron Saint of All Fools. Because, if wo do not voluntarily add ourselves to these gay ranks, but wear long faces in the midst of mirth, we shall assuredly be numbered as kindly with tho class on which ho smiles, whether we will or not From Dover to Calias. The New York Time lias an article on a new bit of engineering enterprise about to be under taken by the French Emperor, namely, the construction of a submarine road from the French to the English shore: "Such an undertaking wo are told has been conceived with two objects one tho still further strengthening of the entente tordiale between Ln Belle J'ronee and iVrW Albion, already so Ftrong, and the other, the finding of work for a few thnnsinid of tho floating unemployed class of workmen, or owners, in Paris and elsewhere, Tho idea Is a grand one, and its realization a mere qncstion of expense. Modem engineering is able to do anything in Lhe way of roaiU and bridges, anil this little matter of a tun nel twenty-five miles underwater will be an easy matter, wo suppose. A defending jroad or flight of stcpts to traverse, a railway ar to enter, and yresto a halt hour's whizz through tho bowels of the earth completes tho trip. In tins "patent ago of new inven tions," nobody will be astonished by tho deep Ma train but thejkhoa they will oikmi their round eyes wider than ever; and if there are any mermaids left, they will dy to slore veaecful solitudes where their syren aaloatMwiH not bo mingled with theshrieks of iron mossten rushing beneath their rcaly trmiul apjxudagts. Txrr stop at Racking in France. What k to be t&otigbt ttf the experiments implied in the KHiowuMT announcement: A norsc can lirtiwMtty-firc days without solid food, Btcntly tkrokisg rater; ho can live seven teen days wHkottt food or drink, but only ? days v)mb costuming solid food with oat driakkf , Tea ihyi of solid food, with B indhlwt 4fttity of dripk, are enough to wear mt im stesasch. A horse which kA ksi ho irUr for three days, drank tm yaHtmi tkreeo ainutei." 1 KRIXGTOX fc FAItRAR, Real Estato XX. ana ueneral A cent I. rno.usi'nclie Bqnarc. M 7T.VA IXKUKATt'CE COXPAXY, P. 1' A XUEILSUX, JOHNSON A- SMITH, Keal XI. relate Agents, ove. Uerry s iiookbtorc, cot lege street. A UtMVOIlTII.IiAXIKI General Southern 1Y. Agent of Wheelers ic Wilson's Sewing Wa rtimes, ro. S7 vxulege street B KIKN A- TIIAX'XON, Commission Mer chants, comer ot college anainurcn streets. BAILEY, ((ItinV.tY A- CO., Wholesale JL Urocers and Commission Merchant, ISo, lirotd street B ELTON", IVIIEEIXU A CO., Dealers in Tinners', Plumbers' flas-fittcra' and Copper persmiths' Stock and Materials. No. 22 North Market street 71ROW.V, J. I A It. W.f Real Estate Agents, XJ ssyj union street B HOWSE, JOHN, Merchant Tailor, corner oi ueaaencK street ana mono square. B OYI, W.tt., Steamboat Agent, corner of liroad ana Front streets. B ASK, ITUST NATIONAL A. U. Sanfcrd. President J as. it. tlgdon. t'aabicr. DANK. NECON'I ..VATIO.VAE, Collcrest.. 1 near Union, Jno. Lumsucn, President,- tv. J Thomas, Cashier. B AN'K.TIIIKD XATIOXAI W. W.Uerry, President ivdgar Jones. Cashier. BANK OF THE UNION, A. J. Duncan. President J. C. Warner, Cashier. Exchange uougni&na pom ana uoiiccuona BKOVt'X, SUTHERLAND A CO., Man ufacturers of Doore, Sashes, Blinds, Ac, cor, of Ilincsand Ewlng streets. UOKM A IIONI). Variety Goods. Notions, J Shoes and Hats. 71 Public bqnare. np-stairs, -lOItllETT A KOYII. Steamboat Agents. j Storage, Forwarding and Commission Mer chants. No. 21 Front st upper wharf. 0 O UN EM US, W. IS., A CO.. Funeral Un dertakers, No. 49 Church street. c OI.YAK,A. S., Li.wyer, Colonado Building, Cherry street, itoon fio.Jj. G Wii IIII'ATIIAM, AUCHEIt, A CO.. Whole ) salo urocers ami iraponers oi une urauuira incs, cigars, ceo., sto. a ionn tioiieKoiccw "IIIEATIIAJI, It. II. A CO., Wholesale J Grocers and Dcalori in lino Brandies, wines DomeuiC iilimors, ionaseo, cigars, ac., corner of courgo ana cnurcn sirccu c o ,VI,I.ENI)i:it A OAICKETT, Real Kstato Agents, No. 41 Cherry itrcct (OLE-HAN, I Physician and Surgeon, No. 01 North cncny stmeu c lENTItAI, HOTEI, Jones i Briggs, propri etors. No. 71 Broadway. c lONNIIK. JOHN, Ileal Estato Agent, ic, Knowlcs strott Wctt aahvillc, D ENTOX, lilt. J C Ofiiee, No. 25J North ChciTy street. D ONEESOX, SA.MUEE, Attorney at Law No. V5 Cherry street, up siaini, 1) UNIVI A CHII.lMtKSS, Attorneys at law, Jo. tfi ixortn ucrry stri-eu R 7WINJ, . v c-, neaicrs n iiaruwarc, Nichoi stand. 17 VANS, I'lTi: A :o Wholesale Dealers in uoois, onoc?, iiau ivdmv-u vwwm,, No. 4 inn uioeK. ISWIXIJ A C., Wliolcsalo Grocers. Commis. ner of Market ami Church streeU. "lAI.E, CJ. W. A A IIIIO., Importers and Deal are, Cutlciy, Guns, Pistols, etc. No. 61 Public Si u a re. F ItEEMAX lX. W. A 4IO., Dealers in wnll naper, ublic Squnie, corner of Deadcrick st No. Si 1 ItEWAK A AMIEKTSOX, l'lumbcrs. Gas JT and Steam l'ipo lMtcre, and Dealers in Gas Fixtures. iNo.as ciiurcn street. ?1 Iti:EN, J. It, A 5l., Wholesale Grocer and iTd Mr.t.nt Vn IS Snnlh Mnrltpt t- VHUHUIC3IU1I ,'ivimHu.t'w HUItTA CO., BuilUing Material or all Kinds, C Collcgo street n UT!IIISlN, EO., Dealer in Wall Paper, 1JL PainU. Colors. Ac- Church street. TAMIlrON A CIINNINOHAJI, Dealers 1"1 in Hardware. Leather Belting, Bolting Cloths. Ac. No. 18 North College street. rr iiwirr A M AIMHAI.I,. Dealers in Carp- XX cts. Oil Cloths, Mattings. Ac. No. 67 Collcgo flri'ct. i imiTilv. it. vhnlcsalo nnd ileum XX Grocer and Comuiission Merchant, No. 5 Church street HOI. I. INN, MIHCJIIT A CO., Wholesale Dealers in Boots. Shoes and Hats. No. 72 east tiJo l'ubhc square. 11 AIIHISON A SON'S, Steamboat Agents on the Levee. "lOXES, I, tl. A: '.. Iimliiw' Dre?s Goods, J Linens, Robes and Fancy Articles. Church st TENKINS. It. 1. A CO., Urugpists anu j Chemists. 32 Market street opposite Union. .... ww Hiriri-rraillMW. J OITico corner of Chuich and Summer streets., oppoito ht Cloud lloteu KIKUI'ATKH'K, NI'.VINS V Ill.lin, (V.ttnn nnd Tobacco Factors and General Commission Merchants. No. - South Collcco st TiF IIIVCSTOV ICE COMPANY. Of- Lj f-co No. & North collego nrcei. LUCUH, W. II. AVO.. Auctioneers and Com mission Merchants, Nos. 25 and 2.VA College ssrcot, opposite aewaneo noiei. ' YON'S. J. T.. Conimiision Merchant, and j Dealer in Groccrloa. No. 4 North Cherry st M OHTOX, JAS. XV., Artificial Leg Manu- luuclurcr, norm ena iHarKci uourc. M Yi:itS ATIUNT, Carriago Manufacturers, 2 North Market street. I Kit V, O'lJUYAN A CO. 111 Wholesale Dealers in Dry Goods, Public Square, old stand of Irbr Morgan A CO, M EKUITT A II 1 1. 1., Dealers in Wall l'a- per. No. 47 Church Flrcct. jNx'in Hardware, PubLo Square, South of Cedar ACEY, street. MA UK. TIMS. S., Banker and Dealer in Gold, Silver, Un'Jurrent Money. Bonds, Stocks, etc.. corner oi union anu vouege mrew. McCKKA. IIUC5II, A CO., Cotton and To bacco Factors. Storage, Forwarding and Cummimiun Merchants. Market street cri-UUKS MVsTv STOIti:, No. 33 Union M street. Organs, rianoa ana oaeei jiusic M m J a jfM ntHM'ti'J v comer of Collcgo at d Deadcrick streets, west side l'ublic qnac. up siairs. MjrrCAI.I'I IIIIOS. A CO., General Oil Dealers and Agents for the gale of Cotton Yarns and sncetinis. no. j uroaa strccu A TAltCH, J. I. A SOX, ;Manufacturcrs of llX Saddles and Harnis and Ucalcrs in coacn and saddlery ware. sn. ii union sirccu TVTASHVII.I.i: IIEOOO IIOItSE ASSO IN XIATIOX. W. II. Joiissox. President; A. Fi.TNN-. Secretary. t -xTASIIVII.I.i: .t CIXCIXXATI l'ACIl- i 17r COJHMXY, A. A. Spencer A Co.. Spocinl Agents, corner of Church and College sts, iTi'.n'siijt. .1IOOICI2 A CO.. Real Kstato IN nnd Advertising Agents. No. 40 West Bide of l'ulilio &quare, -TI'ESOX A JIUIintEE, Real Estato Agents. i Cherry street second door from Union, West Side. , TVTASHVII.I.E COM-lIEItCIAE INSU i ItAXCE COMl'AISY. OOico in tho build ing orthe uanK oi tno union. 0 HEY. JOHN", Practical Tailor, No. North Cherry street I)EAKCE, X. II.. Wholesale Uroeer. Commis sion Merchant and ltton -Mid Tobacco Fac vitci:, x. tor. 47 South Market st. )l(U'i; A- MANIEIt, Wholosalo nnd Retail Dealers in Foreign uud Domestic Dry Goods. No. M Mnrket street PS CK. I. I'., Insuranco Agent No. 31 Col lego street. 11' OSl J. A. J.. Clot ling of all kind., 11 South sido l'ublic Sqnre. R I CE A Til O Mll'S OX, Attorneys, 36)i , Union street. -p EIII, CHAimoUItX : CO.. Cotton Fao IV tors and General Commijsion Merchant. Clark street i S' JIITII." W. J. AC W DruggiJts and Clieiiits. corner of Church ami Vine Erects. SHIEMIS. :::o. A CO., Auctioneers. No. 27 Collcge strccU STEVENS. S. II., Dualer in Wngons.Cnrt!.Ac.. Franklin Pike, near crossing of Nnshvillo A Chattanooga Railroad. OTKATTON. l'OINTEtt A C., Storago OMsrchants and Cotton Factors, Nos. 9 and 11 llrnad street OAI T7.M A N. T. IV. Art Gallery, corner of k 'College nnd Union streets milOM I'NON. It. II., Hats, Caps.Furnishing L Goods, Ae., t'heny street, near Union. rpAVi'.E IIHOS.. Book Binders and Blank 1 Book Manufacturers, Union and American Block. mUIUlEVlI.l.E A ri'I.CHEIt. Carpenters X aud Joiners, luwcriidof NMhvilla and Chat tanooga llailroad Looomotivo Shops. M'ENNI-SSi:i; I.IVIiSTOCIilNSOItANCE I COMPANY. Ncnom.Moore A Co., Agents, No. 40 Wet Side Tublli) Square. rpEXXKVSI'.E AMI crMHi:itE.N'I Oil, LaX1 JHNIN4J COJU'AXY. Office No. 23 Union street rpEXNUXSEK MA1IINE ANI TlItE IX L SUItANCE CM I'ANY. Jos. Allen Presi dent A. W. Butler. Secretary. No. 34 College st. VTXiON AXI AJIEKICAX OFFICE, in L1 the Union and American Block, corner of Cherry and Church itrect Counting-room, in basement on Church street irANLEEIt, SAM A' CO., Hardware Mer- ehants. No. It Collrte street riNSn:i. J. Wholesale and Retail ' Dealerin Boots. Sboes and Hats. Gent's Fur nishing Good. Aft, No. 10 North College street VtrillTEMAX1 IlRotllEKS, Paper Ware 1 1 lmujc, and Dealers in Paper Stock, No. 59 Northeast eorner Public Square. r AEUEIt W. ., Agent for Wheeler A Wilson's Celebrate Sowing Machines, No. 17'j North Cherry street. INU," TOUEY A- CO.. Bankers and Bro 1 I k ers, comer of Cherry and Union streets, for tncrly Tnulcr'a Bank. COAT, ! COAT,!! The Sewance Coal Klines TN FUTURE WILL BE WORKED BY THE X. Tennessee Coal Company. The litigation which has hitherto rtndcrcd these Mines of so littlo value to the public has been settled, and the parties interested now confidently expect to supply Nashville and the other towns in Mid dle Tennessee with coat. They believe it is only Beeessarr for this coal lo be tried to generally vsed. J or manufartutlng purposes Uid for En gines, this eoal is believed to be superior to any mat caa be had in Tennessee. They especially dciire that P-laeksmithi&nd till who work in iron, should try this coal. The Company working these fiine feel authorlied to say that toe people of NubvUle may rely upon them for a CERTAIN supply of Coal et all times, and they hope, by being liberally pstronliied to reduce tho price of 0ol. A. 8. COLYAR. mar2t-tf (JHARLE3 A. PROCTOR. 4 PPM. IIEXItY CO.. Wholesale Deal Jfx ers in Boots, Shoes and Brogans, Ne. C3 AVest TJUKXET HOUSE, Silas F . Miller, Proprie XJ tor, comer intra nna vine streets. rtEEXEAY, W3f. A SON'S. Commission j Merchants, lor purchase ot cotton. Groceries Produce, Liquors, and best Brands Flour, N. E, corner oi ooconaana vine streets. PAVI.H, J. F.. Wholesale Dealer in Drugs, Paints, Oils, Glasf and Dye Stuns, between luiceana vino streets. TTVAIKISAXKS. MORSi: A CO.. 3Iannfac X? turers and Dealers in Fairbanks' Standard Scales, Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac. No. 125 Walnut (Ir.at r EEXX. TVM. A SONS. Wholesale Grocers. JT 70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl trsccts. TTAXK8 A PORTER. Wholesale Grocers .XX and General Commission Merchants, No. 45 Vine, between rronl and Columbia streets. TTE3IIXGRAY. IIROTIXERS A CO, I I Manufactorers of Glass, Coal Oil Lamps, Fruit Jars, Chimneys and Lanterns, No. 20 East, isecona street. T YTI.E, J. P., Wholesale and Retail Dealer ljin Hats. Caps andbtrawGoods,2s Westrourth, betrreen Alain ana walnut streets. TlTOORl ItOirr. A CO., Cotton Factors and liX Commission Merchants, for the sale of Pig Iron, lllooms, and Produce generally. -T3RU4JII A LOWES, Importers and Jobbers X in Foreign and Domestic Dry Good.1 nnd No tions, No. 134 Race street between Third ami ourtn,.in tuas hiock. T EAI. MOIIOAN A CO.. Wholesale Deal XV era in Boots and Shoes, No. 133 Race street between Third nnd fourth, in i-laoa liioek. OCmVEGMAXX, II., Dealer in Cigars, Li- kJ qnors and lobacco, no. -1 rubup lianding, corner or bycamore street CfPENCEU HOUSE, L. A. PBITT, Proprietor. kj Johnson, Clerk, cor. ot front and n roadway. SIIILLITO, JOHN ct CO Tbo Emporium of Fashion and trade in Silks, Dress Goods, Goods, Carpets, and Notions, 101, 103 and 105, veft fourth street. rpiNGLE. J. P. A- CO.. Wholesale and Ro L tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness, Trunks, Va- lie est fourth street. rpilOUNSTIXE, A. A J. A CO., Wholesalo 1 Clothinc. Cloths. Trimmings, and Gents' Fur nishing Goods, Nos. 87 and 89 Third and corner St vine. rpHOMAS A CO.. Commission (Bid Forward- X ing Merchants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc. No. 49 Vine street YirYXXE. JOHN A CO.. Wholesalo Dealers I V in Foreign and Domoatie Dry Goods, No. 89 Pearl, between Vine and llacc. AITASSOX, TALKUTT A PAGE, Cotton T I Factors, General Commission Merchants and Dealers in Groceries. No. 30 Vine street WATSON A IIEItU, Wholesale Clothiers. No. 136 Race street, 'between Third and Fourth, in Kiwi mock. -1AXNON' A- IIYEItS, Wholesalo Dealers in J Sonnets, llibbons. nnd Millinery uoods, 191 Main street, between otb nnd utn. ptortn side. 1HAMIIEItS, HEXKY A CO., Wholesale J Druggists Mam street, between 6th and 7th, nearly opposito louisviiie llotei. l-ll'VAI-L, Itiri'CHUM A Wholesale XJ and Retail Dealers m Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, Rugs, Mats, Window Trimmings, Ac, 81 4th, between Market and Main streets. T7LLIOTT, A CO., Wholesale Grocers and duce Storage, No. 291 Main street between 7th and Hth. "I AltOXER A CO., Wholesale Grocers. 525 VJ Main street, it. A. Shnpard with this house, "T TOG AX A OUTEIU Wholesale and Retail XX Manufacturers of lgs. Braids, Curls, nnd other kind of hair work. Ac, 85 4th, between Main and Market streets. T OUISVILLE HOTEL. M. Kcan A Co., XJ Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally located tor steamboats nnd all trains. T)OGEItS, A. G. SOX. House Furnishing XVEinporium.Rcfrigorators, Filters, Ac, 77 East Sido 4th street, near Main. ROIIINSOX, J. M. A CO,, Wholesale Deal ers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No tions, etc. No. 1& West Mam street, between otb and 0th. SLEVEX T. A It. I. A CAIN, Importers nnd Wholesale Dealers in Foreign and Domes tic Dry Goods, No. 217 (old No. 60G) Main street. nearly opposite Louisville llotei. rpitlPP, LOUIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealer X in Piano fortes. Organs, idclodcons, Music, vc, Noi. 72 and it Jcncrscn st WILSON, PETER A CO.. Wholesale Drug- II gists nnd Importers ol foreign lrrr nnd Chemicals, Paints, Oils, indow Glass, iin'ViljM? wnn. A'i nnrl Prnnriplnm nf T.nnirrill WnrVx. nnd coll tlin irrpat S.aTnnifio.'?t.4. Main and 5th streets. , fi'SWS'- TkTI LOEIt, EI. A CO., Wholesi,11rirfeit3 II and Dealers in Tobaccos. CigaXilsitrstuhl), Perfumery and Glassware; North Sfwuof Main street nearly opposite Louisville Hotel GROCERIES, &c. IfADISON 8TRATT0N, IIAVPTON J. CltEXKV, T1IOM1S G. POINTER, BENJ. P. BOV. STRmOH,POIHTERICO, WBIOT.IvSAXH ROCKRS, AM) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, For the Bale antl purchase of Coition and Tolmcco, Wlirat, Flour, PORK. BACON. LARD. DRIED FRUIT. riO IIIOX.AM) PRODUCE OKXEUALLY Nos. O mill II llroiul Street NASHVILLE. TENNESSEE. "lirE WILL KEEP ON HAND A LARGE I T and well selected stocK oi GROCERIES, FOll THE WHOLESALE TRADE 75 BARRELS BOURBON WHISKY. Robinson County Whisky, Old Rye do Rectified do Cognac Brandy, 56 SO 20 a) hf bbia do do 10 barrels Holland Gin. in ni dois uo io 3) hf bbls New England Rum, 20 hf bblj Ginger Brandy, 10 kegs do do SO hf bbls Cherry Brandy. 20 kegs Lemon Cordial, 20 kegs Ginger do M baskets Hcidsic, (pints nnd quarts). 20 boxes Sparkling Catnwba, 100 sacks prime Rio Coffee 75 barrels New Orleans and Island Sugar, SO " Crushed do SO " Powdered do fO " Coffee do ISO " ehoico Irish Potatoes. 15 " Table Salt 25 " Molasses, 25 hf bbls do 25 barrels Syrup, SO hf bbls and kegs Syrup, SO kits Mackerel. Nos. 1 and 2. 25 hf bbls do 25 qr bbls do SO brtxes Cheese, SO do Candy, SO do Star Candles. SO hf and qr boxes Star Candles. SO boxes German and Family Soap, 60 do Pickles, (qt and pts). 10 gross Preston A- Merrill's cast Powders, 60 boxes Starch, 10 cases (Ji) Sardines, 25 boxes Haisins, SO hf and qr U' Raisins, SOdotcn Painted Buckets, 500 reams Wrapping Paper. ; lOOdoien Brooms, 20 doten Sieves, 500 kecs Nails. To which we invite the attention of the '.nor chants of Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. Strict attention will be paid to receiving and forwarding, and to the sale of Groceries nnd all goods on consignment. llcing In the large nnd commodious flora and warehouse, so long and favorably reuiembercd as tho house of Johnsou ASmitb, and afterwards as Fisher. Whceless A Co., with tho immense sheds and storage rooms, we feel prepared to handle all Cotton, Tobacco and General Produce, or goods on consignment, on as favorable terms as any house in tho city: and expecting to establish our business upon a permanent basis, wo promise to do all in our power to merit a liberal fharcol public patronage. jjauuinu AND KOPK always on hand. STKATTOX, POINTER A Co. raar23 Cm A. H. HURLEY & CO,, Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in GROCERIES Bacon, Queenswaro, Holloware,- LEATHER,. BOO TS, Shoes; Hats, Cutlery, Cc. 05 BROAD CTItrrr. IKimVrr - . , -- . . , TENNESSEE. maris 3m. ) K0BERT MOORE & CO. COTTON FACTORS; AND Commission Merchants, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO, For the salo of PIG IRON, BLOOMS, PRODUCE GENERAIxLY. We All orders for CORN, FLOUR, BACON, LARD, PORK, GROCERIES, And articles generally needed by the South. mar29-UIm "SPENCER HOUSE," COIIXFM OF FJtOXT AND BROADWAY. CIXCIXXATI, OHIO, L. A. PKATT, Proprietor. MR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS CON nectcd with the Burnet Houte, is now with the " Spencer House." and will be pleased to seo his many old and valued friends throughout the south. uiara-dbin A. & J. TROTJNSTINE & CO., WHOIjERALK CS3 52a CE) 52 S3" 23- Vc.sliiig.s, Trimmings, nil d 4!enl Fui'iiisIiingCjood.s. NoJ.STnnd 89 Thirdst, Southeast cor.of Vine, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO. UTE ARE OFFERING GREAT INDUCE. V MENTS to tho Trade in Tcnnrssee and other southern States; and we invite special attention, to our departmentof Goods, manufactured by us. i-siici-inuy suiieu iu mui secuun 01 eouniry. ii C luviie iao xiuue 10 giveus a can. 03" J. R. Briirrs. late of Nashville. TnnnMseiv !i with this House. many dim VT1I. CLENRAY. y.G. CLENEAY. OEO. B. WglDLRB, C. P. CLRNEAY, WI. CLENEAY & SONS, COMMISSION MEKCIIAXTS, For tho purchaso and salo of Cotton, Tobacco, rionr, urain, 1'orK, xtacon. l,ard. Hemp, Whisky, Grass Seeds, and all kinds of Pro duce, aud Dealers in pure Bourbon Whisky. A. E. Corner nf Second anil Vine Street, Ciiiclnnntl, Ohio. Agents for "Sunny Side." "Broad Guace. "Legal Tondcr," "Home Comfort," "Anderson's Choico, nnd Magnolia Mills a W Family Flours, -ctr Liberal Advances mndo on consignments. mart.7 d&wum. J. P. XjYTXE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer IS Hats. Caps, anu straw uoods, S3 West Fourth street, bet. Main and Walnut, CINCINNATI, OHIO. mar2S i!6w B. SCHWEGMANN, DEALER IN Cigars, IAqxiors and Tobacco, No. 21 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore, CINCINNATI, O. mar2S JOm W 31. GXaWXS & HOSTS, Wholesale Grocers, 70 and 72 Vino St., hot. Second nad Pearl sle Cincinnati, 4. mar23 dim JOHN WTNSR, A. X. BACCKT, Tiioyia wili.uvb, a. w. rcon. (Successors to Wynno, Jones Co.,) WHOLXSALK DRALXRS IN Foreign aud Domestic No. S9 Pearl street, between Vine and Race, CIXCIXXATI, O. mar23 dfim J.- F. DAVIS, WHOLESALE DEALER IN DritRR, PaintH, Oils, Window Glass, Putty and DyestuiTs, Bettreen T7ne and Jiaee Streett, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO. ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE S0UTH crn Trade, and promptly attended to. mar30-Sm b. w. WASSON, Late or Cochran. Wauon iTalbatt. JE5SK H. TALBCTT. Late of Pari. Ky JRSSE TV. rAOK. Late of Nashville. Tenn. Wasson, Talbutt & Page., Successors to Cochran. Wasson 3c Talbutt, COTTOX FACTORS. Manufacturer' Agents for the sale of Bagging and Rope, General CommlMloia nnd Proilneei MERCHANTS. And Dealers in Flour. Ilemp. Grain. Seeds, Wool, Abo, Exclusive agents for the sale of J. n. Tal- htitt .Hrt Pl Kk . T. r Tt'l 1 f?Sr?,2Jf Bourbon County. Ky.. No. 30 VINE ST. CINfclKN'ATI.O. nxricBExcza. fas. A. McAllister 4 Co.. KashvilK Teanessce. Hvans, Fita 4 Co mmeretai ijanr, Memphis, Tennessee. TayloOjeEwin. Duke & Co.. Memphis, Tenn. BtCHABD HA5K3. TOt. J. TOETKB. HMKS & PORTER, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL Commission Merchants, NO. 45 VINE STREET. West Side, Between Front and Colombia, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO. marSO dGm BURNET HOUSE, CORNEK THIRD AND TINE STREETS, Cincinnati, Ohio, SILAS IP. jMCIT-.X.EIt, Propriotox. rpHE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES JL iromtno U. S. Mail and Peoples' liineofbteam ers' Landing, and very near the J. C. A C. H. A D. R. R. A A. i G. W. R R. DeDots. Omnibuses leave the House for all trains Eats, Y cat, u ortn and fcoutn. mana a jm ELSAS BLOCK. a.a.PHcan, J AS. LOWES, General Partners. JOS. B. GRBniET, S. BOWKBSOCE. Special Partners. PRUGII & LOWES, Importers and Jobbers of Foreign and Domestic DRY GOODS, White Goods and Notions, SO. 134 RACE STREET, Between Third andFourth Sts.,Elsas New Block, CINCINNATI, OHIO. mar30-d6m JOUX V. TTATS0K. JOS. L. BBBO. WATSON & BERG, WHOLESALE C LOTHIESS, No. 136 Bate Street, Cincinnati, O. -rrr W. II INKLE. FORMERLY OF NASH- iV . villo and Louisville, is with tho above bouse, and will bo pleased to see ana wait on nis menus and acquaintances. mar30-d6m n. H. BEAD. UOEGAN', BKAD ft CO., z,canriie. READ, MORGAN & CO., WHOLESALE DEALERS IN BOOTS AND SHOES, 138 Race St., bet. 3d & 4th, CIXCIXXATI, OHIO. mar30-d6m Cincinnati Paper Warehouse. HATFIEIil .fc WOOS, Manufacturers and Wholesale 77 nnd 70 Wlnat SI., Clucliinntl, TrV.V.P CONSTANTLY ON HAND RULED 1Y CAP. Lettor nnd Noto Papers, Printers' Hat Cap, Folios, Plain Letter nnd Noto Papcra, Royal, Medium and Demy Writing Papers. Solo Agents for the clcbrntcd IVAXIIOE HILLS WRHTXG PAPERS; Also Manufacturers of HOOK AXD XEWS PAPERS, Paper Baw. Also on hand. Grocers' Wrapping Papers, Manilla Papers fr Druggists and Dry Uoods use. ana n complete siock oi Learners anu Binders' Tools. Binders Fitted out Complote, in Orders by Mail 2romj)tly filled. feb25 d6w BAHII. W. PUER, JAUK3 g. DUgR, Late of Lexington, Lateof Duke A Bigstnff. Kontuckky, J3. W. & J- K. DUItE, PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, COTTON FACTORS. DEALERS IN ROPE. BAGGINO AND PURE BOURBON WHISKY, X. Ha IVOSt NOCOIKI Mtrooi. Between Vino and Race, Cincinnati, Ohio Prnmtit nlfpntion piven to tho Purchase and Kale of Hour, Grain, 1'ork, Uacon. l.ara. iiemp, Grass Seeds, and all kinds of Produce- Orders and Consignments solicited. marO lm. T. A. THOlf AS. K. B. TV. TIIOMAR, B. D. M'CAVLKT, Lair of Clark: ville. Ttnn, LoultviUt. A'y. Atlanta. Gti. THOMAS & CO. COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, SO. 40 VINE STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO, AND So. 1 Hamilton's Building, Corner Sixth and Main streots, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Consignment of Cotton, Tobacco and oficr I roducc CkHlCUM. 4?- We mako the Purchasing of nil articles of Merchandise a speciality. BEFF.B IS XASIIVILLB, TKSN..TO Thompson Anderson, Berry A Demoville, A. Hamilton, Hugh MrCrcn. . W. Fall A Bros. Macey. Driver A Brown. mart!) dAw3m MEMPHIS CARDS. P. V. BOT8TKB. J.P.TBBIgVAST. J.C. H'UAXCS. R0YSTEB, THEZEVANT & CO., AUCTIONEERS. IlEAI. ESTATE ItROKEKS AXD COIIMIK.SION 3IERCIIAXTS, No. 237 Second Street, marG 3 m MEMPI1IS. TENN. V. C. CATCK. W.T.rLCVUBR. T. U BGARP. n. 1IAX3BBO. CAYCE, BEARD & CO., WIIOLESALE Auction Emporium, COMMISSION MKUCIIANTS AXD REAIi ESTATE BROKERS, No. 37 South Court Street. AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE. 43r Sneciitl attention paid to the sale of Mer chandise, Stock, Aj. "fc Consjiffunicnto Solicited, mar 2) Ira JOHN T. SHIRLEY & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AXD Forwarding Merchants, AKD STEAMBOAT AGEXTS, Corner of Front and Jefferson Streets. Memphis lennnessee. marJ Imo jobx s. toor. cj. rmiUTi. v. r. cibodb. TOOF, PHILLIPS & 0IR0DE, Grocers, Cotton Factors AXD C0KKISSI01T MERCHANTS, DIALERS TX FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES. Boat Slorc,VriBO,XIqtioni, Tobacco and Clears, CORNER OF COURT AND FRONT STREETS. MEMPHIS, TEX.V. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, mOFItlETOItS, Louisville, Kentucky. JCS?" This House has been refurnished throughout mar30-6m. 5 a & CO o eQ 5" o o o o w w 14 EC a a R QQ M P ft CD d o a c o eT o 3- rj -5 o o m C3 O C c. O The Oldest Stand in the West I D. Pi-HOGAN & A. DTJTEIL, "Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Wigs, Scalps, Braids and Curls, and all other kinds of Hair Work, And Importers of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, Ac, 85 Fourth et. between Main and Market, LOUISVILLE. KY. Manner of takinit Measure of n Wiffby any person: 1. Round the head In 20 lines 6 2. From Ear to Ear ..0 0 3. Temple to Templo 0 0 4. From Forehead to Nnpo 0 0 5. From Temple to Temple 0 0 mar30 dfim JAUIS GBAYKS. JAliRS A. GRAVKS. GRAVES & SOK", Proprietors of Dr. Grave's Ague Pills, Anti-Bihona Pills, American -Liniment, 1'ain Jvxtractor, Candy Vermifuge, Pile Ointment, and Cure for Dipthcria and Throat Diccase, And Dealers in all kinds of Patent Medicine. Perfumery. Soans. and Fancy Articles; Liquorj, Wines and llrnndies, for medi cal purposes; fine Cicars and Tobacco. Fhvrorinif i-.xrtacts, fcponire, urusncoi nil Kinds, combs. Quinine, Quinodine. Purified Choenocdine. Sul phate of Cmconia, Morphine, Chloroform, Opium, and many other preparations, that will be sold law. Will also keep an assortment of Elcctie Mcdi cines. -83- We will hnve a catalocuc of our stock and prices, that will bo furnished thocc desiring one trcu ot cnnrirc. NO. 228 WAItKET STREET, between Sixth and Seventh sts inn23 3m Louisville. Ky. R. 1). SI.KVKX. T. P. CAI.V. T. & R. D. Sleven & Cain IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC IVo. 217 old No. 006 Main street, nearly opposite Louisvillo Hotel, LOUISVILLE. KY. 3- E. M. Sncnce. of Tennessee, is with this nouse. mar.il Utr-wAwau LOUIS T IS 1 1 P, (Late Tripp & Crage.) Wholesale and Itctail Dealers IX THK I1RST PIANO FORTES. Mason ic Uamlins' Cabinet Organs; Geo. A. Prince .t Co.'s Automatic Or cans. nnd Melcdcons; Sheet Music Instruction Rooks; best Italian Strings; nnd all kinds nf Musical Merchandise; Ciilalogucsof Pianos, Cabinet Organs, and Denton Appicton, Nos. 02 nnd Ul JolTVrxoii Street, LOUISVILLE. KY. mar.H tUri-witr 3ia ED. WILDEE & CO., DEAI.EltS IN TOBACCOS AND CIGARS, DYE-STUFFS, LP c? fP m CEEl CE 25 AXI GLASSWARE. "yE HAVE UDIOVEDTO OCR NEW And Spacious Warehouso, Marblo Front, North Side or Main street, NEARLY OPPOSITE L0UI3VILLE HOTEL. O.XK POOB DRLOW THK CORXKR OF SIXTH, Where we hare opened an entiroly now atoek of uoous, and will oucr to tno trade, togetner with DRUGS AND MEDICINES, A varied assortment of Druggists' Fancy Goods. Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco, Comprising tho most complete assortment in one houso in this country. All of whieh we shall offer at manufacturers', and less than manu- fatturers' prices. niarSl Uly S.A. OAUDNllR. C. n. OARDNER. GAEDNEE & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS, 525 MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE. KY. R. A. Shanard. lato of Shelbrville. Tcnneneo, lswitu tlin urm and will take pleasure in waiting on his old friend'. mar30 3m. TUO8.X.WIL80X. ARTHUR PETER. v. n. DILLIXQUAV. ESTABLISHED IN 1S17. WILSON, PETER & CO., (Successors to Wilson, Starbird .t Smith.) WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS AND IMPORTHRS OF ForoignDrugs and Chemicals, And Dealers in Paints, Oils; Window Glass and Olass Ware. Tobacco, Snuff. Perfumery, etc COliy Ell OF MAIN AXD FIFTH STREETS. Proprietors of the LnuisTille Chemical Works, LOUISVILLE. KY. MAKE YOUIt OWJT SOAP BY SAVIXQ AXD USIXQ YOUR BUY ONE BOX OF THE PENNSYLVANIA Salt Manufacturing Company's Ssponifier, or Concentrated Lye. It will make ten pounds of excellent hard Soap, or 25 gallons of the Tery best Soft Soap, for about 35 cents. Directions on each box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery Stores, and in lots at wholesale by I'tiKK CO. Louisville, Ky. marJO d3m JAMES C. ETALONE, 1 TTORA'JB I ' JIT X.JW NASHVILLE. TBNESSEE. Office 27 Wert side Pabiic Siuaro, corner of Collere and Dcaderick ftreetsUI'-STAIRS. Post Office Box 183. B. r. KAR3XXR. JO. ekowi.es. J. M. ROBINSON & CO. M'HOLKSALE DEALERS IN FOKEIUXAND ItaHESTIC BUY .OOIS N0TI0N3rIC. No.lSo VTost Main Street, bet: Fifth and Sixth Lonlsville, Ky. OUR STOCK EMBRACES A FULL LINK of.Stnplc Dry omIsj, and we particularly invite me iraae to our complete assortment of DRESS GOODS, Consisting1 in part of BLACK AND FANCY SILKS: POPLINS; GRENADINES. BERAQES; TISSUES: LENO CLOTHS; LAWNS; JACONETS. And 0RQANDIFS. Al'o, a full Line of WHITE GOODS, LINENS; 0 LOVES; HOSIERY: DRESS TRIMMINGS; EMBROIDERIES; NOTIONS. Ac J. 31. ItOUINSON' A- CO., 185 Main st. between 5th and 6th streets. mawl too ROGERS' HouseFurmsliingEmporium A. G. ROGERS & SON., 77 East Side 4th sU ncarMath Louisville, Ky. Ameirican Patent Ico Chests and Refrigerators, Also, common Ice Cheats and Laser Beer Coolers; Water Filters and Coolers; Ice Cream Frcctcrs; Torrey s celebrated Ihrce .Minute Jrreeicr. al sites, from one nuart to twenty Quarts. Also, i Kencral assortment of housekeeper s articles: to all of which your attention is respectfully enllcd at Roscrs' llouse Furnishinc Emporium, 77 East Side 4th St.. near Main. Louisyille, Ky. (mar30 lm CLAUDIUS DUVALL CIIA9. ERTCHUK. A. A. QUARBIRR. DUVALL, KETCHUM&CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths, Rues. Mats. Fino Curtain Materials and Trim mings; WiudowShades and Fixtures; Houso and btcambont trurmstung uoods, 81 Fourth nt., bet. Murkft mid 3Inln LOUISVILLE, KY. The stock comprising in part of Roynl Velvet Carpets, English Brussels Carpets, English Tapestry Carpets, American Tancstrv Camels. n Brussels St Carpets, Two-Ply Carpets. AUWool Ingrain Carpets. llemn nnd Cottnirn CnrtinH. Hnll nnd Stair Venitian C.irrcts and Stair Rods. All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to juit the shapo oi nans ana rooms. Havinsr an entire new stock we offer nvorv in ducement to purchasers in the stylo. Quality and price of our goods. We ask an examination of our varied assortment, which wo offer at the-low est prices. Carpets warranted ns reDrcacnted. To dealers we offer unusual inducements in pri ces of all grades Carpeting, Oil-Claths, Ac. Wo nro prepared to have Carpets and Curtains madoun at snort notice. Orders solicited, which shall receive our best ana prompt attention. DUVALL. KETCHUM i CO No. 81 Sourth St., bet. Mnin nnd Market raar.il .im TOTDERTAKER. W.B.C0BXKMUS. 1. J. 8. HOOK. A.II. ItOMNSON. W. E. Cornelius & CO, FURNISHING FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS, AT THE OLD STAND X. Ifi CHURCH STREET, HAVE ON HAND A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL KINDS OF 3IETALIC CASES 3 CASKETS, zinci.i.i:i CASES, Wood, Cloth, and Velvet Collins, ALL KINDS OP BU11IAL CLOTHING. The best HEARSES and CARRIAGES in the City. Good, attentive assbtants. and even-thing no. cessary, as heretofore. FUNERALS. We also attend to tho removal of Bodies to and from other points at reasonable rates, and to the satisiaetion or parties employing us. We keen alto on hand aroodaunDlr of UNDER. TAKERS' MATERIAL, whieh wo will furnish to Undertakers 'tien uosiroU at rcasonablo rates. Janl9-tf TINWARE, &c. & Practical Plumbers, GAS & STEAM-PIPE FITTEES, AND DHALSEfl IS CIIAKDELIEHS & PENDANTS. 7 Brackets, Pillars, Drop Lights, And every variety of GAS FIXTURES, .vn. s.1 cuimcn NTKKKT, Three doors below PostofSce. NASHVILLE, TEXX., ARE PREPARED TO FURNISn. EITHER Wholesale or Retail, the following articles at tho lowest market rates : PLUMBERS' AN6 GAS FITTERS' STOCK A.VD HATERIAIJi, PC3IPS AND IIYDItANTS, OF ALL KINDS. I.ead Pipe, Sliect t Pig Iad, WROUfcllT IRON PIPE FOR GAS. TVATJEIt AXD STEAM. T - , nu.. ftUilll Wi unit wnrlr T4tnlt mil ! . stored to tu onrinal appearance. febS tf 250,000.1. PINE Sfl INGLES PROM Saginaw, jutt reired and for taleby S. Ii. STEVENS. Dealer in Wagons. Carts. Ae, Prmnklin Pike. o 7iTj v i f,, anu unattanoosa Hailroad .Nashville, Tennwsce. J. V. ROBIXSO!;. O. T. 8CTF1KLD. mart iOt. B. S.nAILTOX. U HAMILTON, WPIOLESAI.15 AUD RFTAIL GROOER AND Commission Merchant, No. 25 Chnreli Street, (SIGN OF THE ELK HORNS,) 5ANUTILLE, TEXXES8EE, H AS ASS0CIATHD WITH HIM IN THE abovo business JIARK I CARTWRIOKT, AVho respectfully solicits the patronage of his many friends and acquaintances, and flatters him self t hat, with bis long experience in tbo businees. he will be able to givo general satufaetion. The stylo of the firm will remain as heretofore, B. S. HAMILTON. IX STORE A5D FOR SAI.K LOW 50 barrels Yeilow Sugars, difforect grades. S5 barrels Crushed and Powdered Sugars, 30 barrels A and 11 Coffee Sugar, 60 Sacks prime Rio Coffoe, 5 sacks Old Uv't Java Coffee, 5 sacks Mocha Coffee, 300 lbs ehoico Green and Black Teas. 150 barrels Extra Family Flour, 2,500 lbs Sugar Cured Hums. 1.500 lbs Dried Beef. 20 barrels N. 0. Molasses. 25 balf barrols do 25 kegs Oolden Syrup, 1000 lbs Cod Fish, 50 boxes Cheese, 2S barrels Butter Crackers. ICQ Cases Core Oysters, , 15 Cases Sardines, 100 Packages Mackerel, 50 boxes Pain and Rosin Soap, JO boxes Star Candles. 50 boxes Tallow Candles, 10 Tierces Lard. 25 Kegs Lard, FreHh lrnitt ltrm1v Kntt. CnfAltna Ttl..utHW Pepper Sauce, Catsup, Pickle. Preserves, and many ether articles too numerous to mention, all of which are offered as cheap a the cheapest. B. S. HAMILTON. LIQUORS. 25 barrelsSimon Crow's white-wheat Whisky, vtry 25 barrols Old Bourbon Whisky, 25 barrels Robertson County Wisky, 10 barrels New York Brandy, 10 barrels Holland flin. 10 barrels Jamaica Rum. 1 cask Superior Cognac Brandy, 10 baskets fino Champagne Wine, 20 cases Catawba Wino. CIGARS AND TOBACCO. I invito ecpecial attention to rnv Btock. . . - - i consisting in part of the following faTorito brands: "Trotting Club" Cigars. " Seventy-Six Cervantes " Washington Cigars, La Uva Henry Clay " "Medoe" Chawing Tobacco. Edward's Roh Rnv Bright 10's And various other brands, whieh wo aro deter mined to sell vent lote. II. s. UAvrrrnv No. 25 Church street. JanlT 3ra D 47. 47. N. B. PEAECE, (OF AltKA.VSAN,) WHOLESALE OROC'ER AND COMMISSION MEItCHAXT, COTTON & TOBACCO FAOTOE, 47 South Market Street, Nashvillo, Tenn nVL'Tnvir T.rcl no nnwnv rrnTi 1 rr J Pork, Bacon, Lard, Flour, Whisky, and other .Marketable Produce and Morcaanillie. solicited. Liberal advances made on consignments, and will endcavcr to secure aUICK HAI.KS AND I'ROMPT R17TURXS Particular attention riven to the filling of Plant. er's orders for plantation supplies. A large ana well-seioctea supply oi Groceries and Liquors Kept constantly on hand, to be sold at the lowest market price, for casn. if. V. BllJt.f. SR. v. n. TiXAXTOvr, BEHDN & TIIAXT0N, Wliolosalo Grocers, AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N. W. CORNER COLLKOK 4 CHURCH STS.. IS'iiwliville, Ten ii. jan 2-2m ' V. i. ASKIXOTOX. r. n. rAiiAi. AEEINGTON & FAEEAE, Ileal 8 late anil General AeentH WO. OH PCBI.IC KQUARK, NEXT DOOR NORTH OP CITY HOTEL WAHIIVIIJ.E, TKWWESSKK. Ja2, '&V-tf. . T. TO II AX. O. V. HACSAI, v. sj. incut. latx roam a macxai. Late of Memphis. Atampois. TOEIAN. MA0ME&0O., Cotton & Tobacco Factors, COMMISSION HERCHANTS, So. 63 Caroadclct Street, Wew Orletuts. fehUJm ' TO POMTICIAXS. Z HAVS A LAROBNUMBER OF Liowii tits Ilvinv iva AvxaiCAXSJ. bo wad Is Tiank fnm. Mntainier lha full record of the maiil. inis aai speeches for ssioas of 189 wul 'tf). k. t. troODs; A JLXi lvnojiiissAi.- grocers. DEALERS IN PINE Brt.iST)IES3 lTJTES, DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, etc., etc, . " ' Cor. College anil ChurclifSts., XASIIVItLE, KXP COWSTAVIXX OW JIXXB AXD FOR HALK 100 ba choice Kio Coflcc 125 bbls Crtwhed, Powdered anuVGrjnu- latcd Sugar. 140 bblw Coffee Sugar. 50 " Mackerel, i'o. 1 and 2. 23 " " No.3. 160 kits " o. , 2 and 3. ".'00 boiw Star Candles. 125 " Soap (aawrtetL) a.Tierccn fresh Rice. 25 bbls I'ider Vinegar. 650 " Eitra Family Floor, Spring. field and Port Koyal Mills, 100 bbls, bbls and kegs country Lard. 5 tierces Dried Beef. 50 bbls X. O. Molasses and Svnipa. 50 bbls Sorcl urn Molasses. 10,000 bushels Cotton Seed. Together with an assortment of PHESH CANNED FRUITS, flPCK AS JStrawfoerrj, Peaches, TomatocH, Pieklcs, Sardines Oysters; Brandy Peaches, anil Cherries, Worcestershire and Pepper Sauce, Spices, Pepper, etc., etc. LIQ,UOE;S. AUOXaST WHICH ARM 0 Pipes Fine Brandy, Ilenneser, Otard, Dupey & Co., Pinto Castillon; vintage, 1849 '52, and'57 3J United Vineyard; Proprietors; 1850. 4 Rochelie, 3 Puncheons bcstlrinh and Scotch Whisky, 2 Pipes Jamaica ltuni, 6 i Pipos N. E. " C5 J casks Sherry and Port Wine, all grades, 8 casks puro Malga Wine, 4 Pipes pure Holland Gin, 75 boxes St. Marccaux Champagne. 30 " Cabinet " 65 " Hcidsick " 125 boxes Claret, very fine. WHISKY. 10 bbls "ojCCrow," 1855, warranted i perior (o any ever offered in Nashville. 185 bbls pureltobertson County, old and fine, 130 ' Bourbon, all grades, 23 " Apple Brandy, pure, 8 " Peach Brandy, pure. Anlset, Curacoa, Absynthc, Maraschino, Wampoo Drakes, Flantation and Bolters' Bitters and London Club. 5,000 Oetuino Imported Harana Cigars. 110,000 Raltinoro. all grades-. Tosretber with a Kcnera! assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries. It. II. CHEATHAM A CO. JanlG A.CnSATIIAV. 050. 1T.DABOCX. OKO.S. K15.1KT. 1RCHERCHEATHAM&CQ., NO. 9 NOETH COLLEGE ST., WASlITir.I.n. TKW.V.. Wholesaleftrocers AND IMP0STEES 0P FINE BRANDIES, WINES, CIGAES, ffic, JEtc, "AW I J-EKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND FOR SALE 150 bags Choice Rio Coffee. 25 ,r Java Coffee. 100 bbls Crt'shetl, Powdered nnd Grann- latcd Sugar. 100 bbls CoKee Sugar, No. 89 and 93. 50 " Classified Soear. CO " Porto Rico Sugar. 60 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2. 25 " " No. 3. 100 kits " No. 1, 2 and 3. 50 kegs English Soda. 250 boxes Star Candle. 100 " Soap (assorted.) 10 bbls Rice. t. - 25 " aderVineglP 250 " Extra Family Flour. 50 kegs Kettle-Rendered Leaf 'Card.! ' 200 bbls Salt (New Cooperage.) " 20 tierces of Mitchell & Armstrong-New Sugar-Cured Hams. 10 boxes Breakfast Bacon. 5 tierces Dried Beef. 40 bbls Suar-irouse Molasses A Syrup. 100 kegs Nails (assorted.) Tozethnr with an Assortment of Fresb Canned Fmits seen as BRAZIL NUTS, CLOVES, PEACHES, TOMATOES, PICKLES, SPICES, PEPEER, ETC. ETC Powder I Powder ! I SO LB AGENTS OF B. J, DUP0NT DisNK J100K A CO.'S Sportinr, Rifle and BlwUne Powder, in qqarter. half and whole kew. feb-5-tf AHCHEK CHEATJIAM Jk'CO. o OUR ASSORTMENT OP BRANDIES. WHIS KIKri, and WINKS, fer Pnritr and delicacy of fiitror cannot bo rzeelled la this or any other etijr. AMOKGST WBtCB All 5 nr. eauks Henneseey Brandy (Viutage 1858.) 5 qr. casks Pctlevoisen Brandy. 3 " A. trgnetUs Brandy. 2 pipes Pure Holland Gin. 2 puncheons Pore Ramsay's Scotch Whisky. 50 qr. auk Fine Sherry and Port Wine. 5 " Sweet Malaga Wine. 50 casta Widow Cliquot Champagne Wine. 25 " St. Marccaux Carte Noire " " 25 " " Carte Blanche " " 75 " Claret. 500 Demijohns (assorted sizes.) Toiother with the Fiaest Aftortment of APPLE&PEAOHBMNDS, RUM, ANNISETTE. ALASINTil.. ' Jfs CURACAO, MARCHJNO,- f" BOEKER'S BITTERS,, . , CIGARS & TOBTCCO, Etc., tc, SO BE FOUND IN TJIH CITY. 1 a. p.cuiiraAM. 11 Hi. UUBI snarJ Sa Ias21 Ir Apply i ia em cc ttakf JBll-3 AXCHTSi CHXATXAX CO.