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Union mu mtxxan.
rtPORT orriii. r.w yoric ciiam
nr.K of coxncicri: ox the cot-
TOX,TAX. . .
From tlic New York Timet, ve obtain the
following report of tlie Committee specially
appointed to consider and reiwrl upon tlie
.roposeu tax on cotton, it will ie lotinu
wtli interesting antl instructive. Tlie (jiiph-
tion involved is one oi vital intcrc.t to the
South :
The Committee apiointed by the Cham
ber of Commerce to ''consider .the effect of
proposed tax by Congress of 5 cents per
Kund on cotton," beg to report; They feel
that the subject is one of vast interest to
that section of tlie country in which cotton
is grown, of great national concern, and es
pecially worthy of consideration in view of
the political state of the South. .
They assume that in an enlightened com
munity of merchants, the iiiijtorlance of
dealing justly with the South at the present
juncture will be deeply felt; and adopt ai
the sentiment of this community, that if
any error is committed in our national legis
lation, it shall not be on the side of severi
ty. If it is necessary to exclude representa
tives of the Southern States from the Halls
of Congress, because of disabilities growing
out of the recent war, and measures are to
be adopted affecting the industries of a large
section and of a numerous people, tliee
measures should Iks characterized by a spirit
of generosity, which will take the t-ting from
the declaration that "taxation without repre
sentation is tyranny."' It should appear in
after years, when " prosperity in the South
takes "the place of present adversity, and
fraternal relations arc again restored m and
out of Congress, that, in the days of her
weakness, the 2sorth and "West did not take
undue advantage of the South, discrimina
ting against her industry, and imposing bur
dens too heavy to be borne; but on the con
trary, that a spirit of magnanimity ruled in
tlie " councils of the nation, disposing our
legislators to deal generously with the peo
ple of the South, thus to aid in restoring
them from a state of weakness to a condi
tion of strength.
These are the views that animate your
committee, and they arc such as in their
opinion, this Chamber should urge upon
Congress as of most importance, and in con
sidering the amount of internal revenue tax
to be levied ujwn raw cotton, they are deep
ly impressed with the feeling, as they sup
jtosc all right-minded men are, that the cul
tivation of cotton should not be discouraged
by onerous taxation, and your committee beg
to present some of the reasons which, in their
judgment, are conclusive against a duty of
five cents per pound on the great Southern
staple, viz:
1. That the cotton interest in India, Bra
zil and Egypt have accumulated large capi
tals from the high prices of the last three
years, while our plantations, as a rule, have
lost all theirs.
2. That nothing has yet occurred to ar
rest the extension of cotton production in
those countries, and nothing will arrest it
short of a material and permanent decline
in prices hercaftor.
3. That in the last five years railroads
have been opening to traffic in India, and
other means of transportation havo been
improved; and as the Indian Government
guarantees an annual dividend of not less
than five per cent, to railway stockholders,
we must suppose that branch railroads will
be made wherever they arc likely to pay.
i. That during the four years' famine of
the United States cotton in Europe, great
improvements have been made in the man
ufacture of yarns and fabrics from India cot
ton, so that umincnt manufacturer, who
thought formerly that they could only use
American in making their standard fabric,
havo found that a mixture of four-fifths In
dia and one-fifth American, or over nine
tenths India and one-tenth American, pro
duce the requisite quality; at least, mj il is
stated on authority which your committee
arc forced to respect, without being compe
tent to Indorse it.
Ci That the expenses in the United States
of Viroducinc. transportini: and seHingaltlie
itorts. exclusive of tax, inu.t lc estimated
this year at not less than thirteen cents per
pound in case of a yield of 15,500,000 bales,
and about two cents more il tlie yield is less,
It is soiuvtimes Faid, but very inconsiderate
ly, that tlie cultivation of cotton in India
and Kcyiit has been a failure. Let us ox
amino this up to the present time, to give
tho latest possible light upon the question.
The averajrc import into Liverpool, from
the 1st of January to the 120th of April, of
bales lias been .is follows :
In Jin. Kcypt. Itrnril.
3 year. 1SS0 to ISftl llti.mo W.mt i,(K)
3 years, PR!to lSTil V.S ttl.tmn M.ihio
2yrairf.lS05to!S00- 141.000 K.l.UOO
Tho quantity known (on 20th April, at
Liverpool) to bo at sea tor England, lrom
India, tin bales) was :
lMrt. 1WV,. 1ST,!. Wl. IV
Ap'l 20. cuyr.AlS.UOO 305.000 2IS.0O0 W.OOO 181.000
Stoek of all)
in i i r 838.000 55.000 172,000 311.1)00 125.000
UOth Anril..)
India- Kcypt. llrar.il.
AvVelnm. of 12 m'llis intol
(lr"t Ilritnin in 10 yr'n. from 2H.fi00 70,000 120.000
IMS In liMtt inelumo. bales
The likodurinc IS-- ...3i7.. .-3t,000 .HO.000
IlienlKive tables show that the produc
tion of cotton has been an eminent success
in India, Egypt and ISr.ir.il, in quantity
and, whatever may be said to the contrary,
the quality seen or India cotton is cooil
enough even to drag down our own growth,
us happened m Liverpool last month, to the
extent of (! sterling per pound equal to
15 or 10 cents in our money in less than
six weeks.
The natural course seems now to 1k for
cotton to decline, iverlintM very slowly and
by fits and utarts, until it reaches half its
present value, if the growths of 1SC0 and
1SG7 arc prolific; and His equally natural to
suppose our planters must make two suc
cessive crops, each of .'1,000,000 or 4,000,000
of bales, and sell them at very low prices
before the cultivation m the liumbay dis
trict will be materially cuttailcd.
The prospective difficulties of the Ameri
can planter, even without any tax on cotton.
are great, probably greater than he supposes,
as both in the iSortli ana routli there arc
still lurking ideas that "American cotton is
kinc" For if ho secure a largo crop, he is
rure to meet a low price, while if his
crop Is short, and his earnings therefore
small, the cultivation in other countries will
continue to increase. Yet at this very time,
when ho is struggling for existence, a tax of
live cents per pound is proposed, winch be
ing practically an export duty, is equivalent
charging him with that amount for the pur
pose of paying it over to tho cultivation of
V? . -I...!- i :i i ...7 . ,:n : :..
J'K.Vl"l JHUia illlU JU.U.ll. .411111 Mill It 13
expected he is to compete successfully with
those growers. Our knowledge of the pro
position is mainly derived from the sketch
of n bill for amending tlie Internal Revenue
Act, published some days ago in our papers.
Wc ucem it reasonable to supposethatitwas
first suggested when cotton was worth fifty
cents and expected by some persons Iks sixty
or seventy cents per jkmiihI this summer,
while the present average value at the ports
of the United States is little more than
thirty, and if it is to go to forty, it must be
from" speculation for resale, chiefly to our
spinners, and because of anticipated failure
of the growthof thisyear. The bill is based
upon tho assumption that thirty-four mil
lions of revenue will be derived from this
tax, and connects with the recommendation
oilier proposed changes in the law. which
arc as favorable to the wealthier portions of
our country as the tax referred to is op
pressive to the South, viz :
1. The reduction of taxes on incomes.
2. A drawback on cotton goods when cx
cd of five cents per pound, thus in
sing the bounty on their production from
to five centa per pound.
3. The abolition of the tax of SI per bar
rel on crude, and one-fifth of that on refined
petroleum. There is in these and other
modifications suggested in the existing law,
a want of impartiality which, in the judg
purpose will not prevail. It is not as though
the people of the South were prepared to
enter into competition with tho manufactu
rers ofthc North for the benefit to Iks con
ferred through the payment of the proposed
bounty on cotton goods exported. They arc
not and cannot bo for years to come ; and
the imposition of a discriminating tax which
tends to make the rich of tl.c North richer,
aty! the poor of the North poorer, operates
as a discouragement to those who, with heavy
hearts but honest ondeavors strive to regain
their lost fortuues. Your Committee feel
that it would be wise and U'ttcr to lift up
tho who arc now oast down ; by just and
generous legislation to inspire the Southern
n1
true that when "one member Miner all the
members suffer with it," your Committee
would urgo a more moderate tix than now
protKisedunot in the interuU of the South
alone, Lut for the common good of all the
States offthe, Unipti.
fi V f V ' -M. MxtrrtY,'
', . Jfb.S. WlIXtAMS,
' Stewart BnowN,
A. A. Low,
Vxvu Stafford.
ment of your Committee, is calculated to
provoke hostility at the South, and to excite
in honot minds at the North that such a
COple Willi JlOJHS OI ucuur uuyr, tuiuui man
y an opposite course to prolong the era of
SiimI mid commercial distrust, it il is
3?T.VA IXKIHIAXCE COJIl'AXY, 1. P.
YEi Pek. Agent. No. 31 College street.
Alr.lLNO.,J01INNO.Y V N.M1T1I, Ileal
Ktate Agents, over Berry's Book Store, Col
lege Mreet,
iSSX OI.Tll.IIAMi:!.. (lemraft-outbern
Agent of Vt heeler Sc Wil-on'j t-cwing Jla
euine , No. i C ollege street.
BItli;. A TIIAXTO.V, Contmifsivn Mer
chants, corner of College and Church Mrccts.
I i:i.TO., l IW:i:J.i:it A CO., Dealers in
I ) Tinners', Plumbers' (Jas-fittcrs and Conner-
!ereimthg' .SimjIc
and Material. No. 22 .North
Marfcetyireet.
IIKOW.V
J. I- Ai It. W.. Ileal Hstatc Agents.
13 I'nion street.
B
AXK. I'l KNT X ATI OX A I- A. 0. Sanfor J,
l'roident, Jas. O. Ogdon. Cashier.
BAXK. Ni:COXI XATIOXAK.ColIeget.,
near I'nion, .Ino. LumsJen, President, V. J.
Thomas, t ashler.
lA.K.TIIIKI XATIOXAI VT Vf. Berry,
13 President. KdgarJones, Cashier.
puou'x, srTin:iti.Axi .V CO., Man
13 ufaclurcrs of Moon, Sahe, Blinds, Ac., cor.
of Hines and Kwing streets.
CToitHirrr Az ItOVI). Steamboat Agent.
' Storage. Forwarding and Conimtoioii .Mer
chantg. No. 21 front st. upiier wharf.
COUXri.ItS.W.Il.. A CO.. Funeral Un
J dertakcrs. No. Vi Church atreet.
c
10I.TAK, A. N. Lawyer. Colonado Building.
Cherry street, Koom Jio. ai.
( iiii:.vtiia.h, it. it. & co., Whoi&tale
V-' (Jroecrsand licalera in fine Brandies, Wines.
Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars. Ac, cornerof
Collegu and Church street.
c
iai.i.;:.M)i;ii v j.vnitirrr, Heal i:tato
Agents. o. 41 Caere street.
c
10I.U3IAX, l I, I'hysician and Surgeon,
Ko. CI North Cherry street.
I)
KXTOX, int. J. C, Office, No. J54iorth
unerr) tireei.
DOXI1I.SO.V, NAM Wi:i Attorney at Law,
No. fiO't Cherry street, up stairs.
DCXI.AI "A Cllll.nnilSS, Attorneys at
l,aw. No. 02 North Cherry street.
1
jlWIXU. O. t CO., Dealers in Hardware.
11 South Side of the Public Snuarc. at tho old
Nicliol stand
i. VAX'S, riTK A CO., Wholcale Ilpalcrsin
It Foreign and American Dry (Joods, Varieties,
Boots. Shoes, Hats antl llcady-iuatle Clothing,
No. 4 Inn Block.
1:u;K3IAX, 1, Wholosalc Dry Goods, Ho. -i'J
. Public .Square.
OAM., ;. XT. cfc ItltO., Importers and Deal
ers in Hardware, Cutlcrj, Uuns, ristols, etc.,
No. 01 Public Square.
IIItT.l: CO.. Building Material of all kinds,
0 College street.
nl'TOli.SOX, tii'lO.. Dealer in Wall Paper
l'alnts. Colors. A-c-. Church street.
nAMIl7TOX .V CL'XXIXIJIIAJI, Dealers
in Hardware. Leather Belting, Bolting
Cloth, Ac. No. IS North Collegu street
JI
A ItltlNOX Y: SOXS, Steamboat Agents on
t ll C bCTCC.
JIIXKOXVII.I.i: J'ACKKI' COMIMXY,
Otlico corner of Church and Summer streets.,
opposite St Cloud Hotel.
TliHiATUICK, XKVIXS A HKITII,
JV Cotton and Tobacco Factors and (Jciioral
Commisiou March an Is. No. 21 South College st
JAiiT: KixasTox ici: cohimxy, of
j ficc No. 5 North Collcgo street.
IllVrs. W. II. V '.. Auctioneers i"ud Com
j miksiou SIcrchants, Nos. -) and 2534 Collego
street opponito Sewaneo Hotel.
M
ct.II.I IiC, Mmlicated
Vanor Baths.
Union street, over York's Book Store.
oltTOX. JAS. V.. Artiliri.il Leor Manu-
iX faucturcr. North end Market House.
MYKItS t IIirXT, Carriage Manufacturers,
"!Morth Market street.
fUUUAV IltHY, O'HItYAX .t CO.,
ii Wholesalo Dealers in Dry Goods, l'ublic
Square, old stand of Irby Morgan A CO.
MKKItITT V II ILL, Dealers in Wall Pa
per, No. 47 Church street.
MACi:Y. lTlIVi:it .U IlltOtVX, Dealers
in Hardware, Public Square, South of Cedar
street.
MAKIt. Til ON. N Banker and Dealer in
tlold. Silver, I'ncurrcnt Money, Bonds.
Stock, etc., cornerof Union and College streets.
MrCitKA. IIUi.il. A CO.. Cotton and To
bacco Factors, Storage, Forwarding and
Commission Merchants, Market street
MfCi.iritkrs .n unic ntoici:. No. :a Union
street Organs, Piiinosjiud Sheet Music.
MAI.OXi:, JA3Ii:s V., Attorney at Law,
corner of College and Deadcrick streets, west
sidr l'ublic Square, up stairs.
M- ifFcAi.ri:, ItltON. k ., General Oil
Dealers and Agents for the salu of Cotton
Yams and SheetincsNo. 73 Broad street
MAIU'll, J. II. V SOX, .Manufacturers of
Saddles and Harness and Dealers in Coach
and Saddlery Waro. No. 11 Union street
"VJ I.VVSO.M, MOOKi: V CO., Heal Kstatc
1 anil Advertising Agents, No. 40 West Side of
l'ublic Square.
-VJ l.IAOX V jTi;itI'Iti:i:, Ileal KKtato Agents
It Cherry street, second door from Union, West
Ndc.
TVTANiivn.i.i: co.-n.ni:itciAi. ixnit.
1 HA XCi: COMIMXY. Office ill the build
iugoftho Hank of the Union.
o
II I, V
JOHN. Practical
Tailor, No. Vi.
North Cherry street
1 il.AICCK. X. It.. Wholesalo Grocer. Cominis
1 sion Merchant nnd Cotton and Tobacco Fac
tor. 47 South Market st
i )ia i: a
.MAXIint. Wholesale nnd Ketail
i
Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods.
io. ol Jlarket street.
j)i:'K, i. i
lose street
Insurance Agent No. 31 Col
I ) O.-ii:. .1. A. J., Clothing ofall kinds, 11 South
11 snlo Public bqarc.
I " i; A T II O M 1'N O X , Attorneys, 30J4
Union street.
Ri:il, ClIAIIItOUItX A CO.. Cotton Fac
lors and General Commission Merchants
Clark street
s
ci'ATi: IXM'ltAXCI. COMIMXY, John
I Luin.'dcn, President, Joseph Nnsii, (icncral
:cnt. ollicc. Second National Bank Building,
Agent
Collego street.
UMIIII,
.1. A C. W., Druggists and
I oculists, corner of Church anil mo srects,
iIlli:i.IS. Ji:. A CO., Auctioneers. No.
I. ' 1T7 I ollcge street.
LiTi:Vi:XN. S. II.. Dealer in WaBoii.Carls.Ac..
iil'ranklin Pike, near crossing of Nashville A
Chattanooga llailro:ul.
OTItA'ITOX. lOIXTi:it A- CO.. Storage
l iMerrhanls and Cotton factors, Nos. it and 11
llromi iroct
L-'A
I '(Villcge and Union streets.
riHIO.III'NO.N
It. II.. Hats. Caiis.Fiirnishiiig
I
(icxuis. Ac., Si l ncrry street near Union.
IlKOS., Hook Binders and Blank
I Book Manufacturers,
I uion and American
Block.
'i'i;xxi.ssi;i: i.ivi'.STocii ixnhiiaxck
1 COMIMXY. Newsoui. Moore A Co., Agents,
fto. 4ii est Mile ruoiicquarc.
'ni:.Lssi:i: ami cii.vhi:ici.axi on.
1 AX1 MIXIX; COMIMXY. Office No.
21 I'nion street.
'li:Nisi:i: makixi: ami rnti: ix-
1 SCHAXCi: COMIMXY. Jos. Allen Prei
dent. A. W. Butler. Secretary. No. 31 College st
TT.MOX AMI AMi:ilICAX OFl'ICi:. in
I. 1 the Union nnd American Block, corner of
(Merry una v:nurcli struct Counliug-room in
basement on vlmrch street.
riXSTi:il. J. M., Wholesale and ltetail
I j Vet- frn Boots, Shoes nnd llat, Gent s l ur
nishing Goods. Ac No. 10 North College street
r i i tT: m a x i i i t or 1 1 iTilsTl'a Zer Zre
I hw.ise, and Dealers in Paper stock. No. .VJ
Northiidst corner Public Square.
rAI.Ki:it, W. ... Agent tor Whceler.A
M Wilson's Celebrated Pewing Machines. No.
17'3 North Cherry btre et
MoROBERTS & BAIN,
DKALKRS IN
a j it i c u i.ti! it a i. i m ii.i:m i:xtn,
PRO d:u C E,
(frttin, Grassand Garden Seeds,
Ntrni;e. ('oiiniilsoiiiii ami INiruni-itlii
Mercliiuiis.
NOS. 23 AND 27 SOUTH MARKKT STKKI.T,
XANHVII.I.I Tr.XX".,
Ami Arcnis for theccnuine "Waller A. Wood's"
CombuiiNl and Single SBLF-llAKlNG ltUAPKK,
Combiueil
1IAXI) KAUr.lt AMI IMU7X
MIU'IX. maciiixi:.
Said to be unsurpaseil as a Hooper and Mower.
Also, for the "CAYUGA CH IKK. constructed
wholly or Iron ami Stcol. wun nouuic irn ing
Wheels. Hinged Kuger Bar. and Folding Cutting
Apparatus and is also highly commended. Also
for the
"KIItllY MACIIIXI:'"
KAIi:it AXII JlOWf.lt.
Also, tho KIRBY CI.IPPKU MOWKR, the light
ret, cheapest, strongest and best ainglc Mower in
the world good on either rough or smooth ground.
Purrhaser are miuested to call and examine
thrso .Machine and see testimonials. All war
ranted to iierlorui as rjpreritc.l. Agent also fur
Cidw Mills. S.IW Mills, ami tho rc-lehratcd Hand
Lom. McltOllKia'S A BAIN.
may 2 -2m
DR. M'GILL'S
Medicated Yapor Uatlis.
I WARRANT A CURE.
QKCONDARY OH TUB VAKIOUS ICONSTr
O tutional forms of Svnhllw? Drbilitalnl Svs-
te iu, ritlirr hy Merenry or STphilis; Ulcers of the
Throat or Mouth: Red or Corner Colored lllotehes.
on any part of the bdy Scaly Kruptions on tho
race, iiraimr luxiy; nil Diseases ol me SKin:
caused by Srphili. or Imnare state of the Wood,
Shankcrs. Nodes. SwellMl Tnitlcs; all pains of tb
bene, by .M.frcur' and Sypbllts;-Knlarenient of
IheJointS: Falling OUt Oftbr Hair- Ithaiiiiotlsml
Scrofulas and Neuralgias.
The Baths are now ready, at tho ofilco and rooms
of Dr. McOILIi, on Union street oyer York'
hook ziiorc, i.xuuviue, xvnn. apn
i PW.E. MEXRY A CO., Wholesalo Deal
J. en in Boot, Shoes and Brogans,Ni. 60 West
Pearl between AV alnnt and Vtne streets.
B
UKXirr IIOVH, Silas F.Miller. Preprie-
tor. corner i.niru anu vinetree.
( 1I.KXT.AY, W.ir. A NOX.N, Commission
V ' Merchants, for purchase of Cotton. Groceries.
Produco, Liquors, and host Brands Flour, N. K.
corner of Second and Vino s trecta.
nAVIS, J. I'., Wholesale Dealer in Drugs.
I Paint'. Oils. Glass and Dyo Stufls, between J
ltace and V ine streets.
AIKIIAXKN, MOltSK A CO., Manufac
turers and Dealers in rairbanka Mandam
Scales. Cotton Beams and Frames, Ac, No. 125
Walnut street I
GI.EXX", AVM. A NOXN, Wholesale Grocers.
70 and 72 Vine, between Second and Pearl
trsccUj
TTAXIiS A I'OItTIIIt, Wholesale Grocers
II and General Commission Men hanls. No. 45
Vinc,Jjetccn Front and Columbia streets.
rr.Mix.TtAY, niiTin:its a co..
.11 Manufacturers of Glass, Coal Oil Lamps,
Fruit Jars. Chimucyi and Lanterns, No. 20 Fast,
Second sUx-et.
I YTI.I:, J. V., Wholesale and Hetail Dealer
Jjin Hat I. Caps and Straw Goods, 28 West Fourth,
between Main and Walnut stree's.
pUUCifll A I.OVli, Importers and Jobbers
X in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods and No
tions, No. 131 Race street, between Third and
Fourth, in Elsas' Block.
RKAII. MOItUAX A CO., Wholesale Deal
ers in Boots and Shoes, No. 13S ltaco street,
between Third and Fourth, in Elsas' Block.
QClIWifUMAXX, K Dealer In Cigars. Li
fj quors and Tobacco, No. St Publle Landing.
corner of Sycamore street.
(iI'i:XCi:it II0L'NE,L. A. Peatt. Proprietor,
ij Johnson, Clerk, cor, of Front and Broadway.
rpiXUI.U, J. l A CO Wholesale and He-
L tail Dealers in Saddles, Harness. Trunks, Va
lises, Hail road Bags, Ladies' Satchels, etc.. No.
116 Wet Fourth street
rpjIOMAN A CO.. Commission and Forward-
J ing Merchants, Purchasers of Supplies, etc.,
No. 49 Vino street
WYXXI JOIIX A CO., Wholesalo Dealers
in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, No. S3
Pearl, between Vine and Uaco.
irASSiOXr TAI-lllirr A PAIJI; Cotton
I I Factors, Geacral Commission Merchants and
Dealers in Groceries. No. 20 Vine street
WATNOX A i:itU, Wholesale Clothiers, No.
136 Kacc street, botween Third and Fourth,
in Elcas' Block.
oui$viUc givectovy.
HAXMIX A UYKUS. Wholesale Dealers In
J Bonnets, Hibbong. and Millinery Goods, 191
Main street, between 5th and 6th. North side.
ClIIA.MItKltS, IIKXUY A CO., Wholesale
Druggists' Main street, between 6th and 7th,
n early opposite Louisville Hotel.
DUVAI.L, JiirrCIIUM A Cl., Wholesale
and Retail Dealers in Carpets. Floor Oil
Cloths, Hugs, Mats, Window Triminin&s. Ac,, SI
4th. between .Market and Main street",
1 ELLIOTT, A CO., Wholesale Grocers and
J Commission Morohnnts. and Cotton and Pro
duce htorage, 20. 2UI
and 8th.
Main street, between 7tb
i Aitixi:it
A
CO.. Wholesale Grocers. 525
Main street.
R. A. Shapanl with this house.
HOUAX A I)LTi:iI.. Wholesale and Retail
Manufacturerss of Wigs, Braids. Curls, and
othcrkind of hair work. Ac, S54th, between Main
and Market streets.
T OV1NVIM.I: HOTKI M. Kcan A Co.
JLj Proprietors, Main Strain, nearly centrally
located lor steamboats and all trains.
piTKlX, WIAKII A CO., Wholesale Dealers
jl in oeeiis. ngricuuurai implements, .iacnin
ery. Ac. 'M Alain street Louisville.
ROa:itN, A.. A MIX, House Furnishing
Emporium, Refrigerators, Filters, Ac, n East
hiue 4tn street, near .Mam.
ROHIXNOX, J. M. A CO,, Wholesale Deal
ers in Foreign nnd Domestio Dry Goods, No
tions, etc., No. 1S5 West Main street, between 5th
and Otli.
O I.i; VIX, T. A It. II, A CAIX, Importers
kj and Vt holesale Dealers in foreign and Domes
tic Dry Goods. No.217(old No. COO) Main street.
nearly opposite liouuville Hotel.
rpitll'I', 1.0UIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer
L in Piano iortes. Organs, Jlclodcoiis, Music,
.vc, ssoi. nnu '.'i Jciierson St.
TJIT1IJ.OX. 1E-FI:r A CO.. Wholesale Drue
VV gists and Importers 6f-Freign Drugs and
cnemtcaii. I'alnu, uils, window lllni. ana Ulass.
ware. A.. and l'ronrietors of Louisville Chemical
Works, and sell the great Saponificr. Corner of
Main and otli streets.
TCTII.IIEK. KII, A CO.. Wholesale Druggists
II and Dealers in lobacco". Cigars, DycstutI.
Perfumer' and Glassware; North Side of Main
street, nearly opposito Louisville l.otel.
HARDWARE.
0. EWING & CO,
No. 18
S. Side Public I3quare,
XASHVII.T.i:, TKXXF.SSEK.
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TV ARE AHE NOW BECEIVlXfl AND
opening a largo and Complete Mock ol
AMI'.KICAX AXI lOUI'.KJX
BAEDWARE,
Consisting in part of
Cariicnten'and Blacksmiths' Tiols,
Farmers and Shoemakers' Tools,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Nails,
Files, Saws. Ares, Plows
Collars, Hamcs, Wagon and Tlow Chains,
Locks, Hinges, Screws, Tacks, Brads, etc.
Cutlery, Brushes, Scythes and Cradles.
Siflcrs,Uiddlcs,ShoveIs,andSpade8,
Squaies. Spoons, Steel Whips.
GUNS, PISTOLS
AND
AMMUNITION,
or A I.I. KIXIIN.
Fishing Tacklo,
House Furnishing Goods,
ETC. ETC., ETC.
Which wo will sell on tho most liberal terms, at
iviior.i:s.iTE on ketail.
Givo us a call ami sec for yourrclycs.
0. Ewing & Co.,
.11 She Old XI chol Stand.
lnara 3ra
JOHN OHLT,
Practical Tailor,
lias permanently located at
XO. 12 XORTIt CHERRY STREET.
He has jutt received from ew York one of tho
tnest STOCKS OF GOODS, crer brought to tho
city. fcblB-U.
HEW HABDWJiBE HOUSE.
UNDERTAKER.
V.E.COBSELIi;S. J. J. S.1IOOI. A.H. 60WXSOX.
. ft. Cornelius & 00,
FUNERAL UNDERTAKERS,
AT THE OLD STAND
Xo. 49 CHURCH STREET,
HAVE ON HAND A O00D SUPPLY OF ALL
KINDS OF
M E T A L I C
CASES 5 CASKETS,
ZIXCI.IXKD CASES,
Wood, .Cloth,
and Velvet Collins,
ALL KINDS OF
BUltlAL CL0TIMG.
The best HEARSES and CAItRIAGES in the
City.
Oood, attentive assistants, and everythine ne
cessary, as heretofore,
FUNERALS.
Wc also attend to the removal of Bodies to and
from other points at reasonable rates, and to the
satisfaction of parties employim; us.
We keep also on hand a Rood supply of UNDER
TAKERS' MATERIAL, which wo will furnish to
Undertakers when desired at reasonable rates.
jiuil&-tf
"TAVEL BROS.,
Kiiccwmoi-m tol'aul F.Tnvcl,
BOOK BINDERS,
It V It EttS,
Blank Book iM miiV.c.urcrs,
"WfOULD respectfully annojnee to the public.
T I ana especially to tne omcera i tounties.
Courts. Railroads, Banks, Insurance Companies,
A'C that they are prepared to m.iKe, on snort no
tice, and of the bctt materials, all kinds of
BHijZLSTIKZ BOOKS!
Of anv she or shanc. Ruled to any pattern desired
We keep constantly on hand a larue assortment ol
BLANK PAPER, of the best make, and aro daily
increasine our tacilitics lor dome work.
In Ijro or Small Clinuitilloi.
Havine a lonit oipuricnco in making Books for
different Courts in tho State, wo hare patterns for
many of the Dockets and other Books generally
UM'll.
Wo are also prepared to Bind all kinds of
BOOUS, MAGAZIXES, MUSIC, Ac,
In the best ttylcs. and on short notice
(Union & American Block,)
Cherry Street, Up Stairs,
XASIIVI1.I.E, TEXX
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NEW YORK CARDS.
J. & J. C. C0N110Y,
So. OS I'ultoii Street, Xcw Y'orlt,
HAVE. OX HAND, .U.I. KINDS OF
SEINKS, FYKES, EEL NETS,
CASTING NETS,
NETTING OF ALL KINDS AND DIM EN
SI0NS, BY THE FATHOM.
Orders taken to any extent and at moderate
Prices.
ap 3m
S. Hirscliliorn & Co,,
Cigars and Leaf Tobacco
XO. 140 I'BAltL STllEET,
100 M'ATIIK STItEET,
Near Wall strcot.
New Y o i- It.
ap" 3m
JPJETTUS & CO.,
Merchant Tailors,
5 ll 1 KKOAmVAY,
ap" 3m
DAVIS C0LUM0RE&C0.,
'170 IJroudwaj', j'e- York,
( FOUR DOORS BELOW BROOME STREET.)
AHE SOW OI'EXIX3
Goods boiisbt by Mr. Davis Collamoro during bis
recent visit to Europe.
uixxr.u axi TEv sirrs.
'lf AMIIER SETS.
l'AKIAX STATUE-1TFJ4,
TIXE OI.ASSWAIIE.
Tho goods all coming in at a
Low Premium on Gold,
And aro offered
A T T. O W I K I C E S.
P. S. China Decorated; Glass tngrared with
crest or initial. apo 3m
IIERMAjSN BATJEll,
1 Water Street,
X E IV Y O R K,
SOLE AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES
AND CANADA FOR
HE ST. MAKCEAUX A CO,
CHAMPAGNE.
AND IWPOETESS OP
It KAXDIE S, W INE S, .
AND ALL
FOREIGN LIQUORS.
AND HAVANA CIGARS.
aifl 3 in
IXCLID WATFRHOl'SK.
j. r. ct'Mwixna.
e. o. rr.AKL,
WATERHOUSE, PEARL&CO.,
rso. io rsrKAv street,
NEW YORK-
Ill' Y AXII SELL Coin. Exchange and South
ern Bank Note, and Securities of all kinds.
JI.YIIE COLLECTIONS and Purchase Sight
and Time Drafts, on all accessible point.
m' STOCKS AXD OLI, Solely on Com-
mif.-ion. requiring ample margin in all cases
ALLOW roUK PEB CEXT INTEREST
on Daily Balances, subject toSight Check.
PJ Thooorref poudenco ofotrr Southern friends
is respectfully solicited.
mayl U6m ,
CINCINNATI CARDS:
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
COTTON PAOTOES,
Commission Merchants.
CIXCIN-XATI, OHIO,
For the sale of
PIG IRON,
BLOOMS,
PRODUCE GEXERATaTaY.
Wo fill orders for
CORN, ' .L .ti. J'..
FLOUK,
BACON,
LAUD,
PORK, '
GROCERIES,
And articles generally needed by tho South.
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"SPENCER HOUSE,"
COriXEh OF FllOXT AND BROADWAY,
CIXCIXXATI, OHIO,
L. A. PEATT, Proprietor.
MR. S. JOHNSON. FOR TEN YEARS C0N
nectcd with tho Burnet House, is now
with tho "Spencer House," nnd will bo pleased to
see his many old and valued friends throughout
tho South. mar2)-d0m
A. & J. TROUNSTINE & CO.,
WHOLESALE
(23 Ea CO "SP 0 12 513 C23
Cloths, Cussimcrcs,
Testings, Tri nun i n gs, an d
J cuts' Fm'itisliiiig SooiIs,
Nos.87andS9Thirdst,Southeast cor. ol Vine,
CIXCIXX'ATI, OHIO.
WE ARE OFFERING GREAT INDUCE
.MENTS to tho Trade in Tennessee and other
Southern States; and wo invito special attention,
to our dcpartiuentof Goods, manufactured by us,
especially suited to that section of country.
We invite tho Trade to eiveus a call.
3 J. R. Brines, late of Nashville, Tennessee, is
with this House,
mar'.y dim
J. I IYTJ,E,
Wholesale and. Retail Dealer
IN
Hats, Caps,
and Straw CmooiIh,
23 West Fourth street, bet. Main and Walnut,
CIXCIXXATI, OHIO.
mar28 16w
B. SCHWEGMANN,
DEALER IN
Cirars, Liquors and
Tobacco,
No. 21 Public Landing, Corner of Sycamore,
CINCINNATI, 0.
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JESSK H. TALBCTT.
Late of Paris, Ky..
JIS5I w. JAOI,
Late of Xashrille, Tcnn.
WASSON, TALBUTT & PAGE,
Successors to Cochran. Wasson 1c Talbutt,
COTTON FACTORS,
Manufacturer's Acents for the sale of Baseintr
and Hope,
General Commission nnd Prodnco
JIKKCIIAXTS,
And Dealers in Flour. Hemp, Grain, Seeds, Wool.
Feathers. Pork. Bacon. Lard. Ac.
Also. Exclusive acents for the sale of J. II. Tal
buUi Co.'s Celebrated Pure Copper Whiskeyi,
from Paris. Bourbon Coun tji
No. 30 VINE ST CINCINNATI. 0.
xsrtxxstcsa.
Jaj. A. McAllister i Co NaihvUle. Xenncuee.
Ilucu MeCrae i Co
Evans, Fito Oo ..
Coromereial Bank, Memphis, Tennesjte.
Taylor. ilcEwin, Dske x Co Meapbli, Tenn.
CINCINNATI CARDS.
kichakd hanks. ra. J. portkr.
HA5TKS & POUTER,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
.AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants,
NO. VINE STREET,
West Side, Between Front and Columbia,
CIXCIXXATI, OHIO.
marSO dGm
BIXKXKT IIOUSK,
COltXr.K THIItl AXIS VIXKSTIti:ET.S
Cincinnati, Ohio,
SILAS IT- jX ILLE li,
2?x'oii'ietoi.
rplIE BURNET HOUSE IS TWO SQUARES
JL irommo u.&.iuaiianareopies L.incotMcam
ers Landinu, nnd very near the J. C. A C. II. 4 B,
R. R. A- A. ,fc G. W. R R. Depots.
Omnibuses leave the House for all trains Eats,
Vt est, Aorth and fcouth. mar2S d3m
FAIRBANKS'
STANDARD
GALES
OF ALL KINDS,
Cotton Beams and Frames,
Cotton,Hay and Rag Presses
"Warehouse Trucks,
Baggage Barrows
COPYING PRESSES, &c.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.
12 Walnut street,
CIXCIXXATI
ai4 ly
ELSAS BLOCK.
O.O. PBl'GII,
JAS. I.OWKS.
General Partners.
JOS. n. GF.BIIART,
S. KOWERSOCK.
Special Partners.
FRUGM ct LOWES,
Importers and Jobbers of ForciBn and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
"Wliite Goods and Notions
xo. 1:11 iiaci: STitnrr.
Between Third and Fourth St?.. Elsas New Block.
CINCINNATI. OHIO.
mar30-dCm
JOHN' V. WATSON.
JOS. L. HEUr.
WATSON & BERG,
WHOLESALE
C LOTHIERS,
Xo. 13G Race Street, Cincinnati, O.
itr W HTN'KLE. FORMERLY OF NASH
II . villo and Louisville, is with the above
hossv, ami will be pleased to fee and wait on his
friend: and acquaintances.
mar30-d6m
II. K. nEAD.
UOItrUN', READ t CO..
i.vantvill';.
BEAD, MORGAN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES
138 Race St., bet. 3d& 4th,
CIXCIXXATI. OHIO.
mar30-d6m
T. A. THOMAS, E. It. W. TH01IAS, R. D. M'CAULEY
l.titf nf f.Viri'jt-
ville, tenu, LouUvHle. A'j. Atlanta. Ga,
THOMAS &C0
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AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
XO. 10 VINK STKEET,
CINCINNATI, OHIO,
AND
Xo. 1 llniailipii'sltuildiii
Corner Six t li and Main streets.
- LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY
Consignment of Chiton, Tobacco and other
I roduce Solicited.
-"We make the Purchasing of all article of
.Merchandise a speciality.
nr.rr.n is xashville. tknx.,to
Thompson Anderson, Berry .t Demovillc,
A. Hamilton, Hush ilcCreu.
U. Vi". Fall J: Bros. JIaccy, Driver ,t Brown
marJi) d.Vw3m
VII. CLENKAY.
r.O. CLKNEAV.
GEO. n. WEIOLER,
C. P. CLESEAY,
Wl. CLENEAY & SONS,
COMMISSION MF.ItCIIAXTS,
For the purchase and pale of Cotton, Tobacco,
flour, Urain, rork. iiacon, J.aril, Hemp,
Whisky, (Irass Seeds, and all kinds of Pro
duce, and Dealers in pure Bourbon
Whisky.
X. A. &mrr of Second antl Vine Street,
Ciiicliimitl, Oliio.
Acents for "Sunny Side." "Broad Guaite."
"Lcifal Tender." "Home Comfort," "Anderson's
Choice, and .Magnolia .Mills AAA. t amily i lours.
3 Liberal Advances made on Consignments.
mar27 ditwlm.
joiis wyxsE,
A. X. RACKET,
TIinUAS WILLIAU3
A. w. ruon.
JOHN & CO.,
(Succes-OM to Wynne, Jones i Co.,)
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN"
Foreign and Domestic
No. 89 Pearl street, between Vine and Race,
CIXCIXXATI, O.
mar2S dCm
J. F. 3DAVIS,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Irisff8, Paints, OIIh,
Window Glass, Putty and DyestuiTs,
Ueiieecn I7nc and Race Streets,
CIXCIXX'ATI, OHIO.
ORDERS SOLICITED FROM THE SOUTH
ern Trade, and promptly attended to.
mar30-3m
W.1I. GLEXX k SONS,
Wholesale Grocers,
TO and 72 Vine st-. bet. Second nnd Pearl jti.,
Cinciiiiiali.O.
marCS dim
LAW NOTICE.
A. S. COLYAR,
Of Wiiiclicstcr, Tcnn.,
AS OPENED AN OFFICE INNASnviLLE.
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T . k.i.nl .nnatintl hn fniirnl ttn.
less abent at tome Court. He ha associated with
him Colonel A. S. Marks at Winchester. .Mr. Jot.
W. Newman at FayettevilleJIr. Jamea FiUpat
rick at Mcilinnville, and ilr. stone at Manchester.
Mr. Colyar expecta to attend the Courts at ill we
plaice, ahd will at his office, receive and transmit
lJZlOia lUf CTUW.UW, U4 ai.u,BUIMUJC
will be promptly attciuled to, and he will faith
fully attend to such biuincsi as may be Intrnstcr'
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IO mm in iiazuviiic. jiuij-im-
LAME STORE FOR RENT. Apply at No.
10 North Collcre itreet.
DiaK-U'J.
LOUISVILLE CARDS.
LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
2a J.cssims C23cs
pit oi'Jt riiTO lis,
Louisville, Kentucky.
Sx& Tiiin House lias been refunilslied
throughout. mar30-6m.
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The Oldest Stand in the West !
D. F. HOGAN & A. DUTEIL,
Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of
Wigs, Scalps, Braids and Curls, and all other
kinds of Hair Work,
And Importers of Fancy floods. Perfumery. Ae.,
85 Fourth st. between Main and Market,
LOUISVILLE, ICY.
Manner of takin r Measure of a AViir by any person:
1. Round the head In 20 lini C
2. From Earto Ear ..0 0
3. Temple to Temple 0 0
4. From Forehead to Nape. 0 0
5. From Tcmplo to TcmpU- 0 0
mar30 dCm
P I AN O S .
LOUIS TEI1' I,
(Late Tripp A' Cragir.)
Wholesale and Jlclail Dealer
IK THK BEST
PIANO FORTES.
Mason A Hamlins'
Geo. A. Princo ,t Co.'s
Automatic Orians,
and JlelodeXjn
Sheet Music: Instruction Books; best Itali
Strings: and all kinds of Musical Mcrchandi;
an
uaiaiocuea oi rianos, vaoinei urgan;, eic.
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sent
uii ufpiicaiiuii.
Xo,. 92 mitl !)1 Joircrioii Ntrec
LOUISVILLE. KY.
rcarSl dtri-wAw 3Jm
E. D. SLF.VI.V.
T. P. CAIS.
T. & E. D. Slevin & Cain
IMPORTERS AND
WHOLESALE II.AI.EK?J IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
JTo. 217 oMA'o. COO
Main street, nearly opposite Louisville Hotel,
LOUISVILLE. KY,
3- C. M. Spence, of Tennessee, is with this
House. mawi (ltr-w.vwm
ED. WTLDEE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
i:ai.kks ix
TOBACCOS AND CIGARS
DYE-STUFFS,
G? CE 22 P CD. 221 C5 I2?
AXI)
GLASSWARE.
"llfE HAVE ItEJIOVEDTO OUK XEW
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And Spacious Warehouse, Marble Front,
A'orlli Side of Main street,
NEARLY OPPOSITE LOUISVILLE HOTEL,
ONE DOOR IIELOW THE CORNER OF SIXTH,
Where we havo opened an entirely new stock o
Uoods, and will oiler to tho trade, together with
DKUGS AND MEDICINES,
A varied assortment of
Druggists' Fancy Goods.
Liquors, Cigars, and Tobacco,
Comprising the most complete assortment in
one houic in thi country. All of which we
shall offer at manufacturers', and losa than manu
facturm' prices. inarul dly
E.A. OARDNER.
C. 11. QARDNKR,
GAEDNER & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
523 MAIX STItEET,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
R. A. Shapard, lato of Shclbyrille, Tennessee,
is with this firm and will taka pleasure in waiting
on hrolii Iricnds. marJO Jm.
TIIOS. E. WILSON. ARTHUR TETER.
W. II. PILLIKOUAU.
ESTAIlIilSHEI) IN 1817.
WILSON, PETER & CO.,
(Successors to Wilson, Starbird & Smith.)
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
AND IMPORTERS OF
PoroignDrugsand ChemicalB,
And Dealers In Paint, Oils, Window Olass
and Glass Ware. Tobacco, Snuff,
Perfumery, etc.
conxKi: of main and fifth stiieets.
Proprietors of the Louisville Chemical Work,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
MAKE YOUR (MVS' SOAP
BY SAVING AND USING YOUR
TriTY nT v.nx nv tiih ppwsvt.vavta
I cAif (;.,. r . r. . t; : r.
Coneentratetl lore. It will make ten pounds of
excellent hard Soap, or 25 gallons of the very best
ooiusoap, lor aooui.eenu, uireeuonson cocn
box. For sale at all Drug and Grocery Store?,
and in lots at wholesale by
WILSON. PETER ,t CO..
ijOUMTiiie, iy.
marSD 13m
2. L. RICE.
J. CTHOMrjWlX.
KICE & THOMPSON,
Having aMoeiated themsclrn In the
Practice of the Law,
"Will attend to all business entrusted to them.
onicc, 30 I'nlou Mrcet- UpStnlrx,
AIItns.S, I. O. BOX 112,
NASHVILLE, TBNNESSEE.
mar23 ly
SAMUEL D0NELS0N,
Attonioy xtt X. it -v ,
NASHVILLE. TENN..
OFFICK, XO. OOJi CIIKKIIY STIIKET
XJr-SXvVXKS.
Prompt Attention Given to OJleetunu.
SETIREXCES.
Carulhers Jk Coper, Nashville, Tennessee.
Guild, Smith Jit Guild. Nashville. Tennessee.
Hon. Balie Peytoc. Nashville. Tennessee.
Hon. J.B. White. Nashville. Tennessee.
Hillman, Brother 1c Sons. Nashville. Tennessee.
Hon. M. E.Galla way, Memphis, Tennessee
dee5-ly
LOUISVILLE CARDS.
J. V, RORIX8IIN.
n. T. srrniLD.
B. T. CARSNKR.
JO. CSOWXKS.
J. M. HOBINSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
1'OKEIGX' AXD BOMESTIC DKY (idom
NOTIONS. ETC.
No. 1 West .Main Street, bet. Firth and Sixth,
LotiKvllIe, Ky.
1 .
OUR STOCK EMBRACES A FULL LINK
of Staple Dry inN. and weparticularb
invite the trade to our complete assortment of
DKESS GOODS,
Consisting in part of
BLACK AND FANCY SILKS;
POPLINS; GRENADINE?. BERAOES;
TISSUES; LEN0 CLOTHS;
LAWNS; JACONETS.
And ORGANDIES.
Also, a full Line of
W KITE fi O I S,
LINENS;
OLOVES:
H0SIERY;
DR1SS
TRIMMINGS;
EJIBROIDERIES;
NOTIONS. Ae.
J. 31. ICOUIXSOX .V- CO.,
1SS Main sL between 5th and 6th streets.
mar31 d2m
KOEKS'
HouseFurnisliirigEmporiiiin
A. G. ROGERS & SON.,
77 East Side 4th St., nearMain LouUvill?, Ky.
Amciricai I'atcnt Tco ChesL and RefriEcrators.
Also, common Ice Chests and Lager Beer Coolers;
Water Filters and Coolers; Ieo Cream Freeiers;
Torrey'8 celebrated Three Minute Freezer, all
sites, from one quart to twenty nuarM. Also, a
general assortment of housekeeper articles: to all
of which your attention is respectfully callelat
Rogers' House Furnishing Emporium, 77 East Sldo
Uh st., near Main, Louisville, Ky. (mar30 3m
01.AVDIUS DUVAIX
CIIAS. KSTCHIU.
A. A. QUARRIER.
DUVALL, KETCHUM &CO.,
Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in
Carpeting, Floor Oil Cloths,
Rugs, Mats, Finn Curtain Materials and Trim
mings; Window Shades and Fixtures: House and
Steamboat Furnishing Goods,
81 Fourth Mt., lict. Market nutl Mnln,
LOUISVILLE. KY.
Tho stock comprising in part of
, Royal el vet Carpets,
English Brussels Carpets,
English Tapestry Carpets,
American Tapestry Carpets,
. . . Brussels Stair Carpets,
Thrco-Ply Carpets.
Two-Ply Carpets.
All Wool Ingrain Carpets.
Hemp and Cottare Carpets.
Hall and Stair Vcnitian Carpets and Stair Rods.
All widths Floor Oil Cloths cut to suit tho shapo
of halls and rooms.
Having an cntiro new stock we ofTcr every in
ducement to purchaser:! in the style, quality and
price of our goods. We ask an examination of
our varied assortment, which we offer at tho low
est prices.
Carpets warranted as represented.
To dealers we offer unusual inducements in pri
ces of all grades Carpeting, Oil-Claths. Ac
Wo aro prepared to havo Carpets and Curtains
made up at short notice.
Orders solicited, which shall rcccivo our best
and prompt attention.
DUVALL, KETCIIUM A- CO.
JSo. 81 Sourth St., bet. Main and Market,
mar31 3ui
MEMPHIS CARDS.
M. C.CATCE.
W.T.PLOMMER.
T. t. REARP.
P. UANSIIRO.
CAYCE, BEARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE
Auction Emporium,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND
ItEAT. ESTATE BROKERS,
No. 37 South Court Street.
AT THE ARCADE. MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE.
3 Special attention paid to the sale of Mcr-
cuanuise, ciock, -ia
Consignment Solicited.
mar29 Ira
JOHN T. SHIRLEY & CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
Forwarding Mcr cIiuntH
AND
STEAMBOAT AGEXTS,
Corner of Front and Jefferson Streets, Memphis
Aennnesjee.
mar3 3rao.
JOHNS. TOUF. C. J. PHILLIPS. W. V. CI RODE.
TOOF, PHILLIPS & (MODE,
ininrptiTf ivn mctiii
Grocers, Cotton Factors
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN
FAMILY AND PLANTATION SUPPLIES,
Ilonl. Store-., Wlnen, I.iiuor.,Totncc
nnd Clf-ur,
CORNER OF COURT AND FRONT STREETS,
MF-UI'IUN, TEXX.
marC 3m
r. W. ROTSTER. J. P.TREZRVANT. J.C. U'UANUS.
ItOYSTER, TREZEVANT & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
ICCAI. ESTATE IIIlOKEItS
AXD COMJIISSIOX MEKCIIAXTS,
No. 237 Second Street.
maru Urn
MEMPHIH. TENN.
BUILDING MATERIAL.
Notice to Persons Building.
IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THERE IS
-1 no ONE PLACE in the citr where one run hi,
suppucu wun material requisite lor
nun.nixo i'itki'osils.
we have established a depot at
JSro. O College Street,
where wo will keen coruLanllv on Imml n 1nro
LIME,
HYDRAULIC CEMENT,
PLASTEK PAIUS,
LASD PL,STEIt,
LATHES AND HAIR,
3D NAILS,
WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
FIKE EKICK AND CLAY, etc.
I'nruifm vfi!iiTijr Ijintl I'l.-mter for
ferlllizln; tlicNoll, enn !c rnrulshol nt
low ralri nt tlila OI'I'iCE.
IltOiX CO.
mhS-3m
RAGS! HAGS! RAGS!
WKLTEMA2T BEOTHERS,
I'Al'KK IVAIIEIIOCMI
Tlht. I'AY n VB CEXTS FOR CLEAN
IT Cotton ItAfiS, in uuantitles of 100 poundi
or more.
The bieheat price paid for oM Daririnr, Woelun
Rium. etc WHJTBJfAN liKOS..
feW-tl Xo. 59 X. . Cor. Fublie S-juare.
IiiHoIvcnt Xotice.
WE. 0. L. NELSON AND O. W. BROWN,
AiimlnUtrAtan at the Vjtln nf Jnn Ti
Vroodward, dKeaied. havinc lUfceated to tho
Clerk of the Coat- Court of tuld county, the in
lolveney of the Ktatc of the laid J no. D. Wood
ward, deceajed. do therefore, notify all ptron)
havinc claim' acainit the Kttate of the laid de
ceaed. to Gle theiame with the Clerk of the Coun
ty Coort of aid coanty, ou or before the tint day
of Kentember next, dulr aulhrinint ,.,
leribed by law, forpro rafa dijtribution, or they
tiii vv turccr u&jtti.
O. L. NELSON,! i tt. ,
O. V. UK0WNIAl!nInIsr3tot,
ap9
TO POT,TTIM.K
WE HAVE A LAROK NUMBKROIf Lmisla
,1 1 T!Y Urnox AMD Auericax. bounil in Book
form, container the fall report or tho proceed
ing and tpeeehe for aeasiou of ISX and XO.
Appiy at uui omee. imzi-
GROCERIES, LIQUORS &c
S. B. CHEATHAlf.
R. f. WOODS.
R.B.CHEATHAM3
n
WIIOUSS'lIiE GROCERS.
DEALERS 15
FINE BR-tVNDIESs 1VTNES,
DOMESTIC LIQUOES,
TOBACCO, CIGARS,
clc, etc,
Cor. College antl Church StN..
XASin iT.L,Ii:, TEXX,
KE1U COXSTAXTi.V OX 1IAXD AXI
I'OIl SALE
100 choice Rio CofTee.
125 bbLs CnLliexJ, Powdeml and CSranu
Inteil Sugar.
140 bbls Cofl'ee Sugar.
60 " Mackerel, No. 1 and 2.
35 " " No. 3.
150 kit " No. 1, 2 and 3.
200 boxes Star Candle.
125 " Soap (asortl.)
5 Tierces fresh Rice. '
25 bbls Cider Vinegar.
650 " Extra Fumilr Flour, Spring
field and Port Royal Mills.
100 bbln, I bbls and kegs country Lard.
5 tierce Dried Beef.
50 bbk N. O. Molasses and Syrup.
50 bbln Sorghum Molassex.
10,000 bifedield Cotton Seed.
Together with an assortment of
FRESH CANNED FRUITS,
SVCH A3
Strawberry,
I'eaehes,
Tomatoe.M.
I'iekleM,
Sardines,
Oj-ster;
Itrandj Veachcw.
and Cherries.
AVorccstcrjsliire
and Pepper Sauce,
SpiecM, Pepper, ete., etc.
LIQUORS.
AMONGST WHICH AKK
6 Pipes Fino Brandy,
llcnnei-ev', Otard, Dupcy & Co.,
Pinto Castil Ion; vintage, 1840,'2,aiut'67
3 United VinevardjProprieterBilSoO,
4 Rochelle,"
3 Puncheon best Irish and Scutch
'Whisky,
2 i Pipes Jamaica Rum,
6 J Pijics N". E. "
(Jo casks Slierry and Port WiHe, all
grades,
8 J casks pure Malga Wino,
4 Pipes pure Holisml (Jin,
75 boxe. St. Marceaux Cliampagnt,
30 " Cabinet "
65 " Heidsick "
125 boxes Claret, very fine.
WHIS K Y.
10 bbls "Old Crow," 1855, warranted su
perior to any ever offered in Nashville.
185 bbls piircRobertsonCounty.old and tine,
130 ' Bourbon, all grades,
23 " Apple Brandy, pure,
8 " Peach Brandy, pre.
Aniset, Curacoa, Absynthc,
Maraschino, Wamjtoo Drakes,
1'lantation and Dokcrs' Jlilters
and London Club.
5,000 Oennine Imported Havana Clears.
110,000 IJaltimore, all frrale
Together with a reneral asrortment ef Staple
and Fancy Groceries.
K. It. CIIKATSIAI A, CO.
JanIG
47.
47.
1ST. B. PEASCE,
(OF ARKANSAS,)
WHOIaIISAI.K J!tOi:U
A N D
COMMISSTOX JIEJi GIT A XT,
COTTON & TOBACCO FACTOR,
'17 South Market Street,
Nashville, Toim.
!ONSiaN.MKNTS OK COTTON. TOBACCO,
J l'ork, Uaeon. Lard. Wmr, H'htky, awl ether
.Marketable l'reduee ami A4erehandttc, aolieited.
Liberal mlvanee made wi enlirBment, and
willcndever to ireeure
IUICI HA MIS AM) ritO.MITKirrUK.VH
Particular attention liven lathe Clllwjuf Plant
er's orden far plantation rapptie.
A large and wcll-aeieeted supply of
Groceries nnd Liquors
Kept constantly en harHl. to be mU at the taw e t
market priee, fr eaeh.
Janai-tf .V. . I'KAKI'I-
it. 11. BEir.f, 8E.
W. H. THAX.
BltlEIY & TILVXT0N,
Wholesale Crroccrs,
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N. W. CORNER C0LLKOK A CHOR0H VW..
IViiKliville;, Tcnn.
Jin 2 1 -3m
V. J. AEIfXeTttS.
r. h. rxtxix.
ARRINGTON & FARRAR,
Real I-ifatcaiKl General Agent
SO. OH I'UItl.H? MItUAIlK,
NEXT DOOR N0RT1I OF CITY II0TKL
XA.SIIVII.MX TKX.VrjiNIlE.
Jai '&-tf. .
R. T. THKIAK.
.. MASaAE.
s. w.MAeaA(.
LATC rMf a U A4jR.tr,
3ImipM.
Late of jlempflM.
TORIAN. MACRAE & CO.,
Cotton & Tobacco Factors,
AD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Xo. Gil Carondclct Street,
Xcw Orlenu.
febll-3m
cottox .ski:i.
HrE HAVE NOW IN STORK TEN T1I0U
VY SAND bufheb of Cotton Seed. W. aak
Planters to elTe in a call Uefara pure bullae.
UUQU iIcCRE.1 X CO.
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