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MORGAN & CO.,
NO. 49 PUBLIO SQUARE,
A EE bow rece'ring and opening an uncsally de
. sirable Stoct of
Eoibracii:; a r,reat variety or New Articles, Sry lea.
Ac., which they are prepared to offer to the Retail
Trade, on ter m tbat cannot be otherwise tfcansatia
factory to purchasers.
P. S. wish to purchase a large quantity of
WOOL, for which the highest market price in cash
will be paid. fe2-lriwwlm
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STORE.
WM. S. E AKIN & CO.
Korth west corner Pablio Sqiare, ,
Especial Bargain! for Cash or for short time
prompt paper. marl-das-tr
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
- Sccceesor to
Ia. IX. fc T. . "F1TCK,
HAVE removed to No. 3, Hicks' Buildinsr, North
aide Public Squre, and hare received ther
SPRING STOCK OF
To which they invite the attention of Merchants buy
ing in this market. - soarl-ly
EVAN S & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
Foreign and Domestic
Varieties and Clothing
iioota,Shoes, Hats, Bonnets, &c.
ICw. 1 If aahrllle Ian Blork
ARE Dv in receiptor their SPRING STOCK, to
wbicb they invite the attention of the trade.
I860. 1860. 1860.
N E W
EAH1ER I El.,
Importers and Wfcula!e Dealers !n
Voretsn auil Domestic
nets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn Block.
7"E are now in receipt of oar very large stock of
EFKJ.NCi AND S'JiillEK
Which comprises all the new styles of importation",
with much care in their selection , and we are tfrter
mined to orfrr oar customers and the trade (,f Der
ail y, oar goods at prices that will challenge compe
tition with any market in the 1'iiited states. We in
vite the trade to give onr stork a clone and early ex
amination. GARDNER Jt CO.
New Spring Goods,
Allison Anderson & Co
AVholeanle Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 41 Public Square,
WE are now in receipt of onr Spring Coods, and
desire to invite the attention of our friends
and the trade generally to an examination of our
usu'l large, handsome and select stock, which we
offer o acomnwdatinr term..
ALLLHJN, ANDERSON k CO.:
SSO. B. TX4TIX,
DOUGLAS & Ci
Dealers at Wholesale in
Foreign and Domestic!
Clothing, Carpets, Boots," Shoe?,
Hats, Binnets, Umbrellas, &c9
No. M Public Square and Ko. 59 North Market Bt.
isrlte the attention of Me-chants to ao ex
V t tensive and brilliant Stock of Goods ow boeaed
and arrmJ for the Six-tug Tra-te
Wo solicit trie paroaag.of De iiei?, feeing aisared
th tt we were never b tier prepared to serve their
iotrcsi.ts 'erd mag aade r st-ck, beauty of
style' an t lib rtlity oi ter.us We arkunn ledge no
a jp-n r -i:ny iu ay city or tlie I iii"D.
m.rl-ijn D t GLA3 CO.
Thompson & Co.
BEG leave toe ill the attention of their friends and
customer i u- the daeat assortment of
ever bright to tais JL4.ieu Conisttn! of
IRUU USSN3, .
LI.VSS aaEEnsos, .
And, in fact, everything coming under the head of
They have also jnt received an extensive assort
Carpets and Carpet Rugs
CALL AND . SEE THEM.
febM . '
Fresh Garden Seeds.
"TXT'E are now in receipt of a complete Mock of
V V LA DKETH 3 Garden Seeds, of the grontb of
1859, lnctuaing ail the aicerent varieties or -Artichoke,
Cabbage, ' Parsley, - Nasturtium,
Caulifloor- , Pepper, Pepper Gr,
Salsify, Endive, Carrots,
Leek, Beans, Mustard,
Borecole, Onion, - Peas,
fcarlyCorn, Bhubarb, Egg Plant,
Squash, KohlBabbi, Aaparagn,
Melons, Broooli, Okra,
Cardoon, Tnmip, Celery,
adien, Cacnmber, . Spinach, -
Bio Grass, Timothy Clover, Herds Grass, Millet,
and all other kinds of Field Bee-i en hand daring the
CoaaUT bnt soppltod with GardeoSeed on
iantf tUlXE, BROWN ft' CO.
R. C. M'MRY & CO.
CATALOGUE IN PART
Our Catalan refers but part'aljy i the GCOD3
(kept by ns) '.a their respective d.partmeste.
To our frieiifU aad patrol 8 we Its to eay, that our
stock will be eqcal, if net superior to any we have
heretofore ciftred; and we aesl respectfully invite
an examinat.t-a of it,asecring all who may favor os
wilt a call, ihit they will fed cor prices uniformly
low, and our terms n4t liberal, allowing a hand
some DISCOUNT fcr aHcashb tls. We arc bow re
ceiving ear ft rkd:!y. -
Bfick Italian .Siik, ail wicti-S-
Groa DEiiija Lyon, every wiiUfc and qturiy.
Lyons Gro DNaps,M'k aad col'd.
Black Ta2etas,me-i'Gn and Heavy.
BUck Araare Royal".
!Uch Pca!i !e S.ie.
Rich f calt T Soie, Bayadere on J Fia'n.
Grss IVPar:?,fu!! toiled.
Rich Chene, erra rich.
R:ch P.obe, tvo to toe vclatia.
Black Yc'v.', Lyons.
Wt:w Silk serges ard C' Silk
Piacn and tolered Cb&iLes..
Foplita, Ea; adrre,Chene aad Brccte.
Crapes, ttjc.'U and Italian, all colors.
t-rieutal Efcreresand Tissojs.
GrecaJ;i.ea tad Lecos C"th.
DoLsiLes ! ISA aod Printed.
f-eI.a:ao, rUh rhinti culors
Moris s.tI K, white snd eol'd.
Aly&crss, t'i'fc , col'd and Bricad.
Black Bo nbiices. Witter acdSamnier fa'sric.;
Moreens fir 5 kirts
Griis Cloth fcr. -?fe.rt.
lir a Tarta''. Plaid?. Set ten.
Ribbdns and Trimiaiiis.
en-h 5c,ce st Kibbc-03, every atyie.
P.rK?Mh Ribbons, eieact.
Telvft Ribbon?, full slvage.
Cap R l bons.
Full Koi-ralnE Riiboss.
Fringes ff-r Mp.otlijas and nrepco?.
Ladies' Promenade Suits -
We open this day a second Invoice of full
Fu'ts for Lidie.. Mr.de np.
In this department will be found a very
large and well selected stock of
Black Silk Mantillas.
Black Lace Mantillas.
Black Lace Points.
Handsome Grenadine Shawl.
Handrome Grenadine Scarfs.
Men's & Boys' Furnishing Goods.
In this department may be found every kind
and quality of goods necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outfit, consisting ia part ot
CLOTHS, CAS3IMERE3 AND VESTING S.
To be made np .
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
All aize and qualities.
Kid, Silk and Lisle.
Every size and price.
Silk, Licen and Lawn Handkerchief.
Suspenders, Cravats and Ties.
Underwear of every variety.
Con3if-ticgof a. Urge Stock of Irieb U, cm of good
idtb,and maaufactL-reu cxprrstly for ' .
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
Also, 'Hlow L.nen, Llaea Sheeting, Table Damask,
Table .'lot!is, all s is. Aconrplete aaairinwLt ot
Toweu , N'aj.kMie, and Doil es, ali sis a and prices
Colon and Linen Diapers. White and - Colored
Toilot ma ilea. .
Fr. and Figured Swiss. .
White and Colored Tarietoo.
Bishop Lawn." ' v ;
Corded " -
B A 1M A I IV CO FKTER.
This i qait a feature In onr store. Upon thia
Counter are sold a great many good? at lo?s than
fcalf their cost. AH paat nyls of any gocda are
sacrificed here, as well as msny other very desira
It C MeNairr & Co,
Coal Oilt Coal Oil!!
J. r. pisZay & coss
Premium Coal Oil.
Manufactured in Lonia. Un 3
1 1 HI8 Oil is almost colorless cloer as the rmrejl f
jl nigrum .mi wri utiilit.Q not crut tbei
wirk r .moite I It r tiilunv iHa Ki.t .vii j -
- - j ut. null, llli 1
the East or We,u, ar d took the brat premium at the 1
ia. vumiMi is au uneeisto re
commend it to gereral nse. We have received a,
supply of this superior Oil, which we are ottering to
the trade by the bwrel only at manufacturers' price
MI7.ELL, HOOPER & CO.,
sprll-tf sn tos. end $ Market et
Coal Oil Lamps
6 DOZEN Coa! Oi Lamp?, of various styles, fitted
with the cee!br ted CoH'a Burner, for sale by
feiifr-U . JSAUis, Bi0W3( Oj.
A BLOODLESS ' VICTORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
TBI3enormous4nantity oftblslnvalnable Reme
dy has been purchased by citizensof the Cnited
States daring the short time It h3 been before the
public. Te reason for thisextraordinary sncccss is
simp.j in th3actcltrath and ralneofthc article.
No one bcysthe MAGNETIC PLA2TEP. without be
coming its frirnd. It perform. all that is promised
and carrieB with it Its own recommendation. Truly
thi.isa victory peaccfuland bloodless but we be
lieve not 1 hs glorious than t he t ricmph 3 o f war . with
itstiT: cf rarnapeanddpwiation
Tho MAGNETIC PLASTER is undoubtedly the
Greatest Strcrgti.ener and Pain Destroyer that Sci
once t yet dissevered. Ifyouputthis Planter any
wUcre, if Painis there, the Plaster wil 1 stick there
cetiitbePambas vanished . ThcPlatcrmagnetizet
te fain away , an a
F.heuniatiazn , Lameness ,t:fl"ness, Weakness ,Do
oility .Nervousness , Neuralgia, Pygpcpsia , Cough
and Colds, Pa ins and Achs of every kind .downeve
to Corns ,are I M MEDIATELY BELlEVEDnd.with
ttie patiet ce , PERMANENTLY CCKED.by the maf
calinfiueaceof the MAGNETIC PLA2TE2. It is the
jimi'let 'arefctj aftjfet jleasantestandchcapeEtrein
edyin exitence. ItsappiiraticniHuniversai -equal J
ly lotoegiroc? rcan.iuo acticate woman, acntnc
feelueinf&nt. To eachand allit willprove a Bain
snd aB!eginb-. Ita usei sagreeabic ,and withoutan
aoyaneeortrcublc.ltBpriceiBwitUinreachcfs.ll richer poor; alimay haveit, ana allahonldhaTCit
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup
plied with the MAGNETIC I'LAsTER. It will be tu
Good Phye'xianiB any household ,ready at all i tues
and at instant notice. -
Pntcpin tir-tichitin boxes. Each box wiUmaVi
six to eightplasters nd any child can spread them
Invrulorand Fropriei r,19 WdLkertlrett.SewTorl
MOKEHEAD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER IS i-'OLD Bl
ALL DRCHiISTS AND DEALERS IS GENUINE
J ulyJSMlcodA wt o w ly in
HOW LOST, HOW KEbW
Jutt Pubkthed, in a Staled Envelope.
ON THE NAT C" RE, TREATMENT AND SAKCli.
CURE OI" SPERMATORRHOEA, or Sam'uwl
Weakness, Sexual Ocbility, Nervouenees and Iovol
cntary Emitsk-ns, iuducmg Impotency and Mental
and Physical Incapacity.
Br KOB. J. CCLVERWELL, M. D.,
Author uf "Hie Great B-jfJc," dec.,
Tbe wr-rl-J-renowued aathor,in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves lrom his own experience that
awful consequences or self abuse may be efiectcally
romoved without Medicine and without daDgerous
Sjrgical operations, bougiesi.inaruments, rinirB or
coraiaJ, pointing out a mode of cure at ouce certain
and eflt.- tual.by which every sufferer, no matter
whit his condition may be, may cure himself cfccp.
ly , j-rirn'ry and radical'?. This Lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent ender seal to any address, postpaid, on the
rectipt of tvro postage stamps, by audressiug Dr.
CH J. C.KI.lSE,M.D.,480irst Avenue.New York,
Po5t Box, 4-aG. apr5-dwly
CLAI1K, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
CLARK & FULL.Ell'S
To whom all orders must be addresid.
Agency of all tbf Standard Patent Medicines
Ladlea CD follet Cream, Cccoannt
and "Walnut Candy.
51 College Street. Opposite eiranef Bunse.
Prine Imperial Champgni'.
Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout
THIS fine brand of Cbampaene, which until the
pastyear wasconfiDed exclusively to tbe best ta
bles ef the Continent of Europe, has now obtained
the most unbounded success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by some of the first
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on account of la extreme parity and delica
cy, and those who once try tt rarely nse any other
brand. Although only one year baa elapsed since
in introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and constantly increasing. Our arrange
ments are such as to ensure the quality or the Wine
bciDg maintained et its present high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, we being
the sole Agents of Messrs. D Venoos & Co., in this
country, . E. V. HAtTGKWOCT k CO.
Son. la,490 and 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold ir NsphviUe by M. 4 E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner or Chnrch and College si .
.JOBS B. AMiERSOS
CHURCn ANDERS0X & CO.,
No. SO College street,
1 fl f fi BrsHEI of A No. 1 Oats, just received
XJJJ end for sale by
CECRCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
WE hare on hand a large quantity of the beet
Hungarian Graps Seed, whicn we are selling
low. ; CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
f E have just received a large lot of TAR, and
. VV areotftringitattLelowefctfigure.
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Wliislty ! Wliisky ! Whisky !
WE have in store a larse ouantitv of the beet of
all kinds or ne purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give os a passing call.
. mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Sundries ! Sundries!
YOU can find, at all times, at our store, all kinds
of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coffee, Molasses,
Svrupg ,c, &c, So.
arX9-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
PURE TABLE WINES.
E. LAMBERT & CO.,
3 Cherry fet., 53 Cherry sr.,
EO to call tbe attention of their friends and of
the public to the tact that they have lor ele
Wines unequalled in fineness sod purity;
1 Larger Variety than can be found an)
A' Variety of fine Wines that can be -found
nowhere the, at prices that defy coupe-
tltiOn. ; , , t
As we deal only In Wine? we are DETER'
MINED to undersell all ethers in the. trade.'
Parties desiring to purchase willconsnlt their
intereet by giving us a call and COMPARE
oar Wines and Prices before purchasing else
where. ; . ' "
Every article Imported and sold by us war
. ranted genuine.
N. E. For list of Wine" call and get a
circular, gent free by mail.
- 51 E. LAMBERT & CO... ,
Office and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry ft. ;
WE have opened our Xce Depot In the rear of
the State Bank, and will Fell as cheap as any
In the market tbat is aa good. Our ice is from Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusive! y of the beet Poring Water in tbe state, front
four to eijrht inches thick. We will open a depot on
riocth Cherry street a iC. McCrary's grocery store
abont f he 1 V "f A '
marlS-ti - ; B K.&J.J GARRETT .
- Tobacco Salc .Days
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE, '
On Xoadayt, VedncadAyi and Pri&aya,
JLT TEX O'CLOCK A. 3t.
This arrangement Is made for the pnropoee of
both accommodating buyer ad planters, and I hops
will be eatialactory.
1 8 6 0 . j
- lo. 48 College street,
WOULD call attontioa to bis large and hand
some yiocs: of
Boots and Shoes,
Of every description nnd tiylc; selected with great
care trom tbe beet makers, ail made of the best ma
terial, and workmanship unsurpassed.
The variety and quality of my Stock Is such that
tbe taste of all can be suited, and I am prepared to
o!fer them at the most satisfactory prices.
Suptr French Calf Pump and Stitched "Boots;
Congress Gaiters ot French Calf, Morocco, Patent
Leather, Calf, Kid, Lasting and Cloth.
Oxfords of French Calf, Lasting, Calf, Kid and Mo-
Walking Dress Shoe of every de3cr:rt!on,&c., 4c
French Lasting, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
Buskir.8 and Slippers;
French and English Kid Congress and Luce Boots.
Misses and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress and Lace Gai:crs, Slip,
pvrs, A-c.,S:c ,fcc.
, . Boys and Youth's
Boots, Shots and Gaiters of every style, both for
dress ind service.
My supply of Pefged Work, for Men. Women and
Children, is Vtry laree; and will be soldat the low
est price. JOHX RAMAGE,
marSl-tf 43 College St.
SPRING STOCK Cfj,
A. V. RUTLAND,
Ho. 30 1,'iilon street,
(SUCCESSOR TO J. B. & A. V. RCTLAXD,)
IS now receivin-r one of the most complete assort
ments of BOOTS AST SUOE3 ever brought to
this market, whicbhasbeen selected with preatcare
from the sk-t Uanul'acturers, expresely for the He
tail Trade, comprising in pai t as follows:
Vov tlie VtaAles.
Ladie3 black an brown French Lasting Conrresa
Gaiters, with lieels;
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced G Hers, heel
and. no heel3;
Ladies blck aud brown Buttoned Lasting Gaiter3;
heels and no heels;
Ladies olove Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with.
Ladies Extra Fine Kid B.Kitees, with and without
Ladies Kxtra Fire Kid Slippers, heel and no heels
Ladies Extra line Log.K'd Siipper, with heels
Ladies white Kid aud ?atin Slippers, heel and no
I adieu Vclret Slippers; Fnglish Lasting Slippfirs; Kid
Buekic su To!Iet.-l;ppcr3. . . . -. .
Gentlemen'a ?uper Treoch Caif Pump Boots, belt
iueer French Calf Stitched Boots, be?t styief ;
5 upsr French C.!l I ump Conpn ss Gaiters;
-Jiove Kid and P. L. txutrefs Gain-ra;
Calf Pump 3Cd Stitcheu Uxforu TU.-S;
buckskin Congress OaiK-rs.
Biy'-ijiii-Sr-satid Chi!J ren'3 Shoes of all kinds and
5ervantr3 shoes of every kind
All of which we will sell very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. M Union etreel,
Biar2R-tr A. T. RUTLAND.
1860 Spring Supplies.; ; 1860
Blackman & Gillespie,
lloots and SUocs,
COR. SQt'ARE AXD .TIAIiKKX ST.,
Nasliville, Tennessee, -
TTATE juit received their lnrgf: and elefrant i
Xa. sortmeut of Sprin; Good?,consiatini: t-t every
varietv and style of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(among which are many articles tb.it, for elegance
or design ana beauty or nnisu,canuot ne surpassed
by any in the market J
TRUNKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES
all of which are offered on the most favorable terms
The public arc invited to call and examine this
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co.
Ar receiving their 3rSING STOCK of
Carpet Bags, &c.
OCRs lock lhi; Spring is very large and beautiful,
and gotten tip with the greatest care, as to the
latent and best styles by the best manufacturers.
We are well prepared to furuish
hail no ah sivoiis,
Ail in want or FHCES will do well to call on us as we
will seU them at LOW PRICKS.
FARRAR, DISlirKES k CO.,
marlu-S 'a No. 45 College Street, Nashville.
ICE CREAM FliEEZEUS,
As Improved for 1859.
With Stamped I it ox Coveks a.vi) Bottoms Twjrm.
THE only Freezer known which is constructed on
truo Scientific principles.
The Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
Ices ice and less labor than any other, being at the
tame time the most durable in structure, and most
certain in its operations.
Sole Agent for the Unitod States.
E. KETCH All & CO.,
- Manufacturers of Japanned and
Planished "Tin War.
rsbis-stn 289 Pearl street. New York.
J. C. -HARVEY & CO.,
!'i NO. 3 UNlOy STREET, j . ;
ARE selling 20 per cent lower for cash than any
hoos In .Nashville. We have on hand the very
beet french ana English Goods, consisting of
CLOTH?", CASS1MERE3 AMD VESHNGS, wbkh we
will make up lu the most ftsh.ouable Bt le,and war
rant in all cases to f.t and give satisrartl'ti or no sale.
J. C HARVEV & c. ,
AIfo, on hand a large assortment of Gent's Fur
niebing Good3 which we i'i sail 1 w.
apr7-Im , . J. C HARVEY & CO. '
The Bartholf Sewing 2Iachias
i R warranted for four years; by a responsible
. Comiiny, No 25, College street, opposite
sLwane.r House. . v .....
- I Umbrellas
f-ECEIVED a supply of I si brellaa of 9ilk, AlpaC'
AVca,Giot!ham and plain Cotton some extra large
and - ni o her small for Summer use
apr.-tf J H. McGIIX. '
ANOTHER Invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Gauze filk, Uaure Merino, Cashmere, Lioen,
LiKle Thread, Jaccooei and Cotton received and for
salaby J. U. McGlLL.
I ( Burning Fluid.
TANNER 8 OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
Licteed Oil, for sile at -. ; , - ..
febgi-tf ., RaI.VS BROWN CO. 'S '
" Fresh Corn Meal.v
THE subscriber has made .arrangements wHh one
of the mo4t extensive mills in Kentucky for
r gular weekly supplies of Family Meal, and is now
rrcrving SOOO busucls which he offers to tho C.ly
Tracie at Plight advance over rostand carriage
my!2 "15 Marketr..' eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
KIRKPATRIOK & BONS.No.'Sl Socra Tkied
CmOT KAfran UeixkrAt art A rhnatn
rnuaaeipnia, nave tor saie t --'.
... VST SALTED SPAXIZIl BIDES, '
Dry and Green Salted Patna K'ps.Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner's and Carrier's Tools at the lowest prices, and
npn tbe beet terms.
gsr Allkinds ef Leather In the rough wanted, lor
which tbe highest market price will be given in
cash or taken in exchange for hides. : Leather stored
free of charge and sold on commission.
eeptl Sradw ...
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
DR. DAVIS, Oculist and Anrist, 127 CaroncTeietBU,'
New Orleans, La., has a newiyinvenld Instru
ment, for extreme, cases of Deafness. With its as-,
is lance m person is enabled to hear with tb great-"
est ease to enjoy ordinary conversation and to bear
at public assemblies. It rest compl. iely within the
Ear and can be wora without tbe slightest inconve
nience. One object of this instrument is to keep the
organ in a constant state of activity , and by so do
iug, in time to enable a person to dirpense with tu
use. Call and examine or tend for circular. 1 i
aprle-Jm .... ;- t . . .... . .. i
du. v. iv.iii3irtE:,
(LATE OF KNOXTTLLK, TENN. ,)
TEVDERSh isp rof e sslon ato er vice st o th o citizens
Of Nashvilleand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in the practioeof his Profession ia allita
branchesfor the last sixteen years, and hopes by
who mav favor him withacall.
- Office No. 42Cherrvstreet,nearCapt.Stockell'
new residence.' Residence Pearls treetouth Nash-
DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
&esidence,Cor. College and WatMni' Avenue
(FOEMSsir uns etaxst,
. Office No. 63 North Cite rrr Street. , ;
Jan27 tf - " ' " -t
a. J. LTXBS.
cio. w. HirrarsG!
L.YL.ES & HlTCHIA'GS,
- Jfo. 33 Cedar tret,
. fTTTLLat all times buy Negroe3 suitable for the
V New Orleans market. All perpons ba ring Ne
groes to tell will please give ns a call.
Jnly21-tf LYLES k HITCHING?.,
Shelton's Marble Works!
Churchstreet,nextdoor to Cornelius'&Cabinet-chc
andthepnblicgenerallythathe wil Icon -lnuethe
hiEshop, next door to Cornelius'tCabinet-1
nop, on Churcnstreei ,ana caiisatention to
be stock of
Ularble Monument, Tombs, etc.
Thichhe hasonexhibition and for sale, embracing
rreat variety ,Qnished in the most superb manner
Kejsprepared tomanuxnetureon tne snortest notice
Marble ITIautels; and every description o
rtarble AVorlt, ofthe finest American and Ital
an iiarnie. ins work; win, as neretofore, be war
jan tl M.L. SHELTON
"WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
". . Halt, Boitt tf Shott, Beady Made GUhing
Hardware, Queenrtcart, &C.
E. TRABUE & Y. II. LUCAS.
No. 73 fnbllc Square.
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods
at low figures to close out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern cities soliciting coueigcinents
and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa
per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
making their purchases in this market, that our stock
will b large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves tbat our house shall be head quarters for
good bargains for cash and ebort, prompt paper.
jauI6 U TRABUE & LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card.
TO SGITHEBX MEECfllXTS AXD DEALERS.
1 1 'HE subscribers have opened a large and exten-
J Bive housefor the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUalNiSfeAMifaLNKhAL AGENCY, wilh
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
ot Goods. Wares, Mercbandi7e and Manufactures in
tbe various de(artmeLt of Trade.
- It is with exufldeuceand pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting NasbvUie to oar varied
and con.-tantly changing st-ck, as the larger portion
of ocr consignments are from manufacturer, Jirst
hands, or Shost furred to st l. to raise fuDds. Keep
in view that the money is maie in tne purchase."
OrdeiS faithfully attended to when accompanied by
the cash. BEN J. F. SHil-LI8 A CO.,
Central Stores, No. i.7 i nd V9 College st.,
febS-tf Nashville, Tenn.
lioff'8 Pi: tmt Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation 1st,
MAKES allklnilaorH siery ,T pem, Uodersleaves
and many other articles oi wearing aujiarel,
lrom Wooleu. Cotton and Silk Yaru. Everv Faiuily
and Planter should hat e one.
H. C. 1 a, General Agent, ,
675 Broad way, New York."
AGENTS WANTED. marl8-dSm
Important to Honse-keepers. ;
E. R. DURKEE &. CO."S
Gcaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURE, -butground
rrom freih gpice, selected and cleaned
by us expressly for the purpose, without reference
to cost. They are - beautifully packed in tin-foil,
(lined with paper,) to prevent injury by keeping,
and are full weight, while the ordinary Spices are
almost invariably short. We warrant them in point
of ptrengtb and richnrBS of flavor,
BEYOND- ALL COMPARISON " ' " '
SS a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured oniy by
. A F. R. DURKEE i CO.,
febl8-dwtf - '181 Poart street. New York "
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant.
MOST raXYEMEST ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD ! ! ,
THIS 6AS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
far elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The Allures are In the same
stylo as the ordinary gas fixtures.
Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Street, where the light can be seen at any
time. THOrf. H. TAYLOR.
janl2 ly : .
Coal I Coal ! Coal t
A LL persons desiring a sufsrioh article of Coa
-TA. entirely free from &lats or Ci.vdkr and making
only Ssvkn per cent, ashes, should send an order to
tbe -tnaCoal Yard, where they ran obtain the most
cconomioal Coalin the city at the following low pri
Large Selected Lump, 21 cents per Euehol:
Screened or Round , 19 " "
Blacksmith's or Fine, 15 " "
Orders can be left in Box 94, P.O.. or at the Yard
back ofthe N. & C. R, K. Depot.
dec2'J-tf SAML. J AGNEW.
M. A. PAREISH & CO.,
1 , '. AND
Frontins on College and market (.,
- . HAY. -
tOO bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Horse Hay.
3000 bushels Shelled Corn;'
-.. . loo - aped
600 " Ear . . "
,' V. BALED OATS.
r 100 bale3 Oats; . .
i i, i J00- , Straw. ;
COO bundles Prime Shingle;
i' '"i WAGON SPOKES.
' 25,000 Wagon Spokes, .usi-; '. .i
1000 bnsbels Pennsylvania Oats.
' ' 1IF1L.
i 100 bushels Family Meal.
60 barrels Northern Potatoes.
Tbe above articles are on consignment and will be
sciu cneap to ciose.
u-ar27-tf - ' M. A. PARRISH " rv).
(f Bcle Hungarian " Grass just received and for
W aaie rty ; .
-'. .:: w A'PARRijaco.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
- f .Ko. 69 Market Str " h
Nasbville, Tenuessee. .
WE have new on band a full and complete, as
which we oHer at the very lowest prices r . ';
ircular Saw Milli, double and tingle ;
Hale'a Cider Kill and Corn Saeller ; i
. Sinclair's Straw Cutters;, ,r
, Wheat Drill ; 5 . - --
KUler'e Steel Plowi:
r-r . '; Field Sollers, ,fte
sepI4-tr, -. ARJ1STRONG A CO.
I IV -A LL ITS B BAN Cll S.
Shop on Church between Cherry and College n'.t'
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that he has recently taken tbe above stand and
is prepared to do Blacksa ithing in all its branches.
such as Horse-Shoeing. Buggy -Repairing, r..T&c,
in tne Dest manner ana ai snort notice, ue solicit
a share of public patronage. - -.
. . i , . , - ,- JAS. TARPLEY",
. ;Jan24-tf ; ,. ? -AecnU,:
. . KSWAxna. j. c:i-i5r. ' r. r. imrir.1 -
EDWARDS, GILRES0N . & CO.
j -11 ;!(?CCqS30ftO0.tDWA;,) c 1..:
. Corner of Colleje and Church ata.,
Wholesale Sroceri and Commission '
HER CHAN T S ,
' , AND.PEALERSTH ' "
Fine' firacdies, Wines, Cigars, Tobaeto,&c
: .octll-tf 5 ;
; A Sew Supply of Ob jo Bole 'Sutter.', v
1 KQry POUNDS of Fresh BoUeriat received p
At) s 4 - Poland, and foe sale by -
-. - i - BENJ. P. SHIELDS CO.,
apr9-tt -' Ko. SI CoUege street ;
O - CQ
t aaa . .
THE BARNES HOUSE,
J. T. BARNES & CO. P. - i vetoes
- jf0t 43 i;non street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements for regular supply
of Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the
very best Wines, and every other article of I . ry
which can possibly be obtained in Nashville. ' he
bouse is provided with tbe best of Cooks, and tbe
best apparatus for cooking. Ealing Hall fitted np in
handsome, Comfortable style.
Jan6 tf - ,
". gg5& ....
CORNZa CKD t AITS rUBHKTSTS. ,
Nahvllle - - TennrcitA
J. HOOUE, Proprietor.-
1'HAVE made extenstvo arrangements for the re
ceiving of all the dkucacimoI the eomW .
of Fish, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will bo from
the most celebrated beda. Pickles and condiments
trom the celebrated establishments ol Cross & Black
well and Lea a Perrin.with a largeand wellseiected
Wines, Brandies, &c, &c.
r..fl.ninnnp9 J ... - . . .
uwicuiwvaiiiiia aueniive n altera, me wnoie
u der the superlLtcndance of tbat well-known Epi
cure, Mr-CHARLEf PICKLES.
i)u and after the 15ih of September we will be pre
fared to wait UDon our customer. niV iviik u:iit
Railway travelers will find thi
advantage . .
REMEMBER THE METROPOLTTAN.-.
Union St., opposite State Bank,
TAKE pleasure in informing the public that they
faaTe recently fitted up a fine
Eating and Drinking Saloon,
a3 above. The w'll keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME,OY3TER3,FISH,ac.,&c. They so
ixit a snare oipatronape. Good cooks and attentive
f inert) StahkSo
LEVUTflAN LIVER! STABLE,
NORTH MARKET STREET. :
THE undersigned begs leave to inform hie friends
and the public that hn has still on band a num
ber of handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splen
did Btad of buggy and saddle horses for the use of
fast young gentson COURTING EXPEDITIONS ,or for
the accommodation of Youc America and Young
America's Sweetheart. .........
What man llvirnr. nfanr ert nt n.nrr,M-;.iin;.w
would be content to snail it behiod a SIX)W UORf1
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could
be obtained 1
AT THE LEVIATHAN STABLES.
rarttPS desiring toacncsror'TIC-NICS' 'andsafc
wu vniaui AHVCI5.3UUUIU UUt, lOrgcl WflAT, in p&-
Prsa&!d about Tbe N'nr Coach, from the Lfyiatrab
. J.U. HCiEiiKAN,
eep20-tf - . ., : .: IToprietor
WiL,T. WRIGHT & CO., would respect
full ri nformthMilivanarir NToakwilu
ainrl thA lillnlir if nnarallv tknt tkavh...
nnrr.liftsedthe we I ttnnvn T.ivprTfitaKi.an v
r m . v . "itauu nusetutl
and fixtures, forn-erlyoccupied by Wm . J . Philip s ,os
Wehave tif t-rntpint nrt hnr-Pt:. 11 tf a .oonrnwr.
aatearoYtrs,anaai Jonrtriena who may favor ns
- 0wv a v - 0 - - -oiBu.iwiujA.aOOB
Thfrti a .werlon(ilintendhiD!rRnrnBWAf1hTattf
iStableintheSoutherocouittry . Comealongandaei
E. C. M'lVAniY & CO
': t :
HAVE ON HAND
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND "WHITE
, - also, ' -
An Unusually Large Stock of
- . PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED .
C0 XT ON 8!
For. Servants, which they will sell very low
by the plrce.i -t , i: 5 ' -
f. 3?" Persons not yet pupplied will consult
their interest by examing these goods, as we
art determined to close wm wt, .,ta t..t
; R. C M'NATRY ii CO.
apr!6-tf . '- ' - iv - - '!
i Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brand Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver Leaf, JTonng Hyson, Uvwqa
Mix lores. Imperial and Black, , .
For sale tr - t -
apr21-tr RAIK3,-BK0W!r '
FLOWER POTS i :
1 ft ( . DOZEN Flower j PoU , "sesor ted sizes, for
1UU sale by . , - RAIXS, BKOWS a Ci).
. apr21-tr . "
,r ' Grocnd Feed for Stoek. :
? N additional aapply Joet received and for sale
J. by BEXJ. r. tsHlEIJ3 Ac CO., t
. JRajlO.i '. , ' - IT College street
C BBLS. COAL OIL a rery superior article, just
J received and for sale by
feb25-tf RAIXS, BROWK & CO.
f A KOXTII AND ALL EXPENSES PAID
Of) II An aeentis wanted in every town and conn-
and easy business by which the aabovs profits may
be certainly realised.- For further particulars ad
drces Dr. J. Hzxkt Wabjtrb. corner lith street and
Broadway, New York City, euclotag oae Postage
Stamp. , - v . iebW4AwSm
Nashrille and Chattanooga RR
Change of Schedule.
, " : OX AXD AFTEK
Sunday next, April 29, 1S60,
Passenger Trains, will run as iollows:
GOIKO EAST. ' '
- Leave Nashville at 4 A. a. and S, r. a. -
. Arrive at Chattanooga 1:30 r. a., and 1:43 a. X.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:"0 a. a. and 7:30 r. a.
Arrive at KashviUe at r. a. and 8 a. a. .
ALL rail connection, and shortest ronte to Boston,
New York, PhUadelphia, Baltimore, Washing
ton City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lyuchbnrg", Knox
ville, Savsncah, Charleston, Montgomery. Memphis.
New Orleans, ic. .
Both Traiiisconnect at Stevenson with Trair-s oa
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanoo
ga with Trains on East Tennessee and tieorgia and
Western and Atlantic Railroads.
Through Tickets mny be had at any hour on appli
cation to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the fol
lowing places, and at the following prices, viz:
Nashville to Kew York, via Charh-sion, S. C. f 27 75
. " " " F- T. & Ta. route, fto S5
t: " Savannah
" Washington, '
. Richmond, '
44 Petersburg,' 4
4i - l.ynchbnrg, .
Virginia Springs, 20 75
- 11 00
. . 18 00
Holly Springs, Miss.
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
THE KashviUe and Chattanooga Railroad Compa
ny, in connection with tne Roads below, are
rnnning an Expiese Freight Train from Charleston
and Savannah to sash ville, at slower speed, but with
be same certainty as their passenger trains. Node
lay to freights by this r ouie. E. W. COIJS,
liOulsvillc and iNnsUvlWc
. v. - - -
CHANGE OF TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains b6ieen
Xasbviilc and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cinciunati.St. Lomis, and the Far
On and after StrscAT, May th 6th , I860, train
wil! run as follows:
First train ! eaves Nashville at 6 KK A .M. daily rtop
piiig at Gailat:u,Bow!ii)g Green, GlaFgw Junction,
Elizabetbtown,and all regular stations wbeo signal
led by a flag, and arriving In Louisville at 20 P
M. Returning, leaves Louisville at 60 P. U.,stop
pin? as above, and arriving in Nashville at 3:20
Second train leaves Nashville at TSO P.M. daily,
(Sundays excepted,) stopping as first train, and ar
riving iu Loin.-viUe ai S.00 A. M. Returning leaves
Louis ville at 5:10 A. M-, stopping as above, and ar
riving in Nahviiletl2:20 P. M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
dally (doi.days excepted) at 6:00 P. M., andarriv
log in Gallatin m6:52P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin nt 7.00 A. U., and arrives In Nashville at 9:10
Through tlcki-tf on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and Weat, with a choice of tbe many dit
iereot routes .
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Field , Oeueral lickot Agent.
Cliarleton and Savannah
F IV K 1GUT LIX K
- Bates Eedaced aiid Speed Increased...
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads On and
after the 24th of December, I860, through rates
from New York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds.... ..'..SI 64
Second Clan, . " 1 35
Third Class, " 44 44 1 ,16
Fourth C4ass, 44 00
Hats, Caps and Bocnels 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Xashvlllethree
three and a half and four dirvs.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
nan, elfin ana nine aas.
: Intervening S-. bbaths caucethe above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail
road on delivery. V. W. iNDEKSON
Freight to Sew York and Philapelphia
Cotton and Vlour,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not more than 500 lbs weight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
N o insurance necessary except from Charleston and
Savannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and expense ol
steamers when compressed, it can be freighted from
New York to foreign ports at to 3 16 lesatban rot
ton not compressed.
-Through receipt issued by the Freight Agent of
the Nashvilie d Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agent.
Great National Woute.
To Italtiiuore. Pltiladelphia,
NEW TORE AND EOSTOiV,
AND ONLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
rpERMIXATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
L the East, and Columbus on tbe Wet t, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from ail
The West, Southwest and Sorthwest.
Passengers by this route can visit tbe cities of Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York and Bodtcn at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone by other
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of
two dollars only.
Sleeping Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED,
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Infor
mation , can visit all the Eastern Cities at a compara
tively small expense. Tho Scenery is celebrated
for its wonderful beauty and sublimity ; it is un
equalled in the world. Its system of Day and ight
Track Police ; its splendid equipment ; Its exclusive
Telegraph L ne ; its large amount of double track ;
its One Hotels, (under the surveillance of tbe Com
pany,) ensures to the pas-engor,
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT. '
Through tickets and baggage checks can be ob
tained at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat
offices la the West
Ask tor Tickets Tia. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Vaster of Transposition.
L. M. CoLE.Ueneral Ticket Agent.
E v. FDlLER, General Western Agent.
J. V. BROWN, Gen. Ticket Aent,C. O R. B.
- aori . -
Edg'fi.Id & Kentucky Railroad.
Nashville to ClaikeTillc, IIop
I ON AND AFTER "
V Satarday, April 7tli, 1860,
. Two Trains to and from lrksviUe daily. .
GOING NORTH. . .
' Leave Nashville at 6 30 A. M. and 2 45 P. M.
- Arrive at ClarkaviUe lu25 A.M. and 1 16 P. M.1
.- i ooisa sotnH. . -"-
, Leave Clarksville at 6 A.M. and 2 45 P. M. , .
. . Arrive at Nashville 10 A. M. and 7 P. M.
-The morning train from Nashville connects at
Springfield with a eails line of stares to Russeilviile,
eod at Tait's Mation , near State Une, with slaughter
at Co.' daily line of four borse coaches to H optic -vtlle,
S.y., via. Trenton, Pembrake,c. .
From HnpkinaviUe states ieave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah.StalttilaQd, Kdiiy ville and Hendersoa.
Fare from Nashville to ilecderson $4 60.
apr7-tf , ----- . Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
XT being el the ntmostimpertaneefor the proper
protection ofthe Track, and to keepeot cf the
way ofgravelandothertrainSjthaifreichttrains be
ran at reeular nniform rate of s peed, whichcan only
beaccomplished by running on schedule time; there
fore,! a orderthattbe freighltrams may pe run on
the time laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that
after thirty da vs from this date. freight wil 1 be re-c-4ved
by the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
Company, at SchedulcStationsooly , -
Rates on Flour Reduced.
THE Nashvilleand ChattanoogaRailroadwUlre
ceive at Nashville, Wartrace, lielby villeand
8taUons on N.fcC. R. R. between Nashvilleand War
trace .and give through receptsf rFlour by Carload
to Charleston orSavanneb. at Oae Dollar per barre
through. . E.W.COLE,
- 8up'tfTrasportAtiooN.4C. B. R.
Jn52-tf .;. ;. , . :
v25S3 &Ji&S rJi"i.i..JL
Wood, Eddy Cos ...
Delaware and Missouri State
f f f f t -rg u.:s
. GRAND. . ;. , - - , .
Capital lrlze $.100,000!
Wood, Eddy St. Co., Managers.
The Managers' Offices are located at Wilmington, Del
aware, and St. Louis, Missouri.
- The following
Will be drawn inpubl:c under the superintendence
of v orn Commissioners, appointed by the Gover
nor. WOOD, EDDY & CO'S LOTTERY
Class No. 312, . '
Dratvs on Saturday, J nne SOUi, I860.
7S NunberalZ Drawn Ballot.
One Grand Prize of 100.000!
50,000 1 168 Prises of...... 600
81,500 I 65 44 44 125
12,500 I 65 44 100
6,000 I 65 44 . ... 80
3,000 J 65 4 4 44 50
2,500 4,810 44 40
2,t0 1 27JH0 44 .... .. 20
82,396 Prizes amounting to $1,186,73
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY 3 TICKETS I
Whole Tickets $20;Halve$10; Quartered
Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme, will bo
sold at tbe following rates, which is the risk :
Certificate of Package of 26 whole Tickets. A2&9 00
44 44 5t6 half . " J49 jo
44 44 26 quarter 44 74 75
44 44 26 eighth 44 s; sj
TO BE DRAWN - -
jEacli Wednesday in June!
Class 270 Draws Wednesday, June 6, 18C0.
Class 2S2 Draws-Wednesday, Jnnc 13, lt.60.
Clara 294 Draws Wednesday, Jane 20, 1SCU.
Clas3 306 Draws Wednesday, June 27, 1SG0.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKERS.
78 Numbers 13 Dratcn Ballots.
One Capital Prize of $37,500!
I rrixeof .
3 4 '
8 4 4 4
8 ' 44
8 44 44
16 Prises .
227 44 ....
5 44 ....
65 44 ....
65 4 ....
130 4 ....
32.3V6 Prises..... amounting- to $689,580
WhoIeTicketa $10; Halves tg;Qnarteri $2 50
Certificates of packages in the above Scheme, to be
drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at tLe following
rates, which is tbe risk. .
Certificate of Package of 26 Whole Tickets. $149 60
44 " 26 Half " . 74 75
44 4 - 26 Quarter 44 . 87 37
IN OEDEEING TICKETS 0ECEETLFICATE3
Enclosetbc amount of money to onr address, for
what you wish to purchase; name the Lottery in
which you aish it invested, and whether yon wish
"holes, Halves, or Quarters, on receipt of
wbicb we send what is ordered, by first mail, to
gether with the scheme.
Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Drawinc
certified to by tbe Commissioners , will be sent, w ith
an tx plan anon.
j- Purchasers will please write their signature
plain, and give the name or their Post Office, county
and Slate m
J-Allprizesof 1,000 nd under, paldimmedtat
y after tbe drawing otherpriieatlhe nsuaAimeo
Our Single Nuntber Lotteries,
Capiiat Prize SoO.OOO!
DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 50.
Orders for Tickets or Certificates in any of the
above Schemes to be directed to
WOOD, EDDY CO. , Wilmington . Delaware,
er , WOO") , EDDY A CO., St. Louis, Missouri.
acaaBCircularm containing Schemes for th. mnrlli
will be sent free of expense by addressing- as above.
The drawings or Wood , Ktldy Co.'s Lotb-nes
are published in the New York Herald, .ew Yortc
Timt sand New YoikerStaats Zeitung.
ROYAL IIAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery , conducted by the Spanish Government
unuer the supervision of tbe Captain General of Cuba
will take place at flavana,-on
Saturday. J nne 9, I860.' .
300,00 0 lTo la Ia A IV S
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prise Of $100 000 1 6 0 4 4 44 1,000
1 44 60,000 I 60 . 44 44 500
1 4 4 S0,000 15 3 44 44 400
1 44 4 ...... 20,060 . 20Approximations.. 8,800
1 44 44 - 10,000 I
4 Approximations to the $100 ,000, of $600 each ;4
of 400 to 50,000; 4 of 400 to 80,000; 4 of 400 to 20,
000; 4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Tickets $20; Halves $10
Prires cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Billson all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
TT7 All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad-dre-fcd
to IKJN RODRIGUEZ, (care of Cay Tost,)
Charleston, So. Ca. may 3-14
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
kaA -M. w jm A.
CHARMiED BY THE STATE IN 1856.
Y. C. Dawson & Co, Managers,
r s rvV" fiD C a Tf i X'V a TT I a
a.w , vd.
XOV E 1aSC11 EllG!
POLICY PL, AN LOTTERY !! .
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Nambera,and pay any amount fora ticket they may
desire . . . .
Extra Class 2 Draws Oct. 3, 1859
at 5 o'clock, P.M.
In this Schome, there aro 75 Numbers placed!
In the Wheel rrom 1 up to 75 and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn front tbe Wheel. If t ptrwu
selects one Number out of the 76, and that Number
is among tbe Nurabors drawn, he gets Be tiroes tho
amount invested. If two selected numbers are
drawn.be gets thirty for ons;irthree selected Num
bers are drawn, be gets two hundred for one; if fnur
selected Numbers are drawn, he gets a thousand to
one; it five selected Numbers are drawn, five thous
and for one: if ix selected Numbers are drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Remember, if lw. or more,
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among tbe Twe.ve
Drawn Numbers, tbe Ticket is a Blank. .
Our Harana Plan Lotteries
Draw Four (4) Times a Month.
And are the mostliberal of any Scheme ever oflered
For particulars, addrea.
v J w3U.i tt to , Managers,
oct SI Wacon. and SvannU. Ga
Ilousc-keeping Made Lajs
rpHE WHEAT CHEER YKST CAKES will always'
A. . insure rooi wholesome bread, lor 15 rents yu
can gatoue docen Yeast Cakes, which wiUina 60
lare loves of tne best bread.
SCO CAKK cILtK soat, ncoriy expected n
eprcas Almost eery family in town has uad it
Ewr prlng clo.nu g it is luva.uabk fcr washing
Paint, U-kingGUses,itlue4 Uork.Harble.auver
or PUied W .re.
RkHUGLRaIORS. We have sold a Urge lot ol
those turnout PBlUdel; hla RrlriKerators ' have
a iarc- lit comuiK ihev are aranted togiveaat-
tMf-icu. u, as they are aiA oniy tns best but are the
aPrit-tf Mackenzie a minchin.
WATER COOLERS, &.C.
JUST received direct from the manufacturers and .
for Sile at loer prices than ever beiore sola ia
lliis market. - , . i . r .
25 plain Water Coolers,
25 Porcelain lined do. , - t .
10 McDonald's Keirlgerators
6 Schooley 's Pate tdo.
60 Masser'S 3 minute Mrecxers.
S iieamore s Pat. Ereesers.
I also make plain Ice Cream Freezers to order ot
- 50 Doa. Mason's rat. crew lop iria ai,
and quarts. . ,
3 dos. riata tTOilwu loraeaung.
40 dos. 1 quart Glass r" ruit Tars.
. Ice Picks and Hatchets.
Cherry Mixers and Muddlers. -10
dos. PUted Dippers.
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Sit Lux et Lux Fuits
COAL OIL LAMPS
-r- ..nth.r wnclr of Coal. Od
Lamps, among which are some very handsome
patterns tor parlors, all fitted with theCoilin br
which is the last improvement and . Immeasurably
superior to any other Lamp now before the public
for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom from
smoks, simplicity ia eoostrsctioa, beauty and eie
yaneein finish .cleanliness and ecenomy. One Lamp
will give the lighter four candles aud does not coa
as much as one- The Oil we have imported to barw
. . , , v....ll,n:rl free from
in tbeae AAmpa. - ..,-- ------
any offensive odor, leaves eog.easesFot hea spd
.$2. carpetorclothinjand v .
Nashville Tenn - - aar.l&U .
Fler! Ficur! ?
rr t BBLS. Extra Family Flour; 100 bags Extrs
01 Family Floor, asd 60 bbls Supernas Floar,
Just received and for aalo by JtViiy
ASA - l V. II liivi at aX
2 44 10,000
2 44 7,600
2 44 5,000
2 44 3,000
4. 44 ; 1,500
15 44 1,000
15 44 600