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H ORGAN & CO.,
' " KO. 43 PUBLIC SQUARE, -1
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ABE bow racering u opening an uousally de-
SPRING GOODS
Cabnctef a pot Tardy or New Articles, Styles,
Ac, which th;y are pr pared to offer to the Retail
TraLa,oa ter ac that canaot be other ue thaa satis
factory to pnrcaasers.
r. 8. wish t purchase a large quantity of
wool., lor whica toe highest market pri;e ia cast
will be paid. . feb2S--triwiwli
SPRING STOCK
FOVY 1SGO,
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STOKE.
WM. S. EAKIN & CO.
North west corner Public Square,
N AS II VI LLE, TENNESSEE.
bpecial Bargains for Cash or for short time
prompt paper. . mati-ou
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Soecessors to
Ia. B. fe rT. O. FITE,
H
AYE removed to No. 3, Hicks' Bnildng. North
side Fabllc Square, and bare received their
SPRING STOCK OF
D R Y GOODS
" And Clothing,
To which they iartte the attention of Merchants bay.
lag la ibis market. mar 1-1 y
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE D CALEB 8 IX
S
Foreign and Domestic
DllY GOODS,
Varieties and Clothing
J3oots,Shoes9 Hats, Bonnets, SiC.
Mo. 1 If athTllle Kan Block.
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
KEsivIn receiptor their SPRING STOCK, lo
J. which they invite the atteuMoa of the trade.
fcbM-dly
I860. 1860. 1860.
NEW
Spring Imp ortations.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic
BRIT GOODS,
Boots,Shoes,Hats,Bon
nets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn Block,
iVnslivlUe, Tennessee.
w
E are bow in receipt of our very Urge stotk of
SPRING AND fctlillEK
Which comprises all the new styles of importations,
with much care in their selection, and we are deter
mined lo Oder oar customers and the trade gener
ally , oar goods at prices that will challenge compe
tition with any market in the Lulled States. We in
vile the trade to give oar stock a close and early ex
ajciaatton. GARDNER & CO.
fer2a-:ni
New Spring Goods,
FOR I860.
Allison Anderson & Co
'MPORTEaS AND
TVboleaale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
AND
Ready-made Clothing,
No. 41 Public Square,
AASHVILLi:, TEXSESSEE.
WE are now in r'ceiot of oar Spring Goodd, an rf
detire to invite the atteution of our triends
and the trade generally to an examination of our
nsi 1.1 irge, handsome and select stock, which we
offer o aeouunodatmg terms.
ALLISON , ANDERSON k CO. ,
feb20-2m
1908 PACKAGES.
a. w. BooTBworrs,
KO. - TBaTKS,
Btr DOCGLAS,
BYES DOCCUJ.
' ' Dealers at Wholesale in
Foreign and Domestic'
DRY GOODS,
nothing, Carpets, Boats, Shoes,
Hats, Bonnets, Umbrellas, &c,
No. 63 Public Square and No. 59 North Market st.
Nashville, I eunessee.
WE Invito tb. attention or Merchants to an ex
tensive and brilliant Stock of Goods now opened
and arrngsd for the Spring Trade
We solicit the patronage of Deals tr, feeling assured
that we wars aever better prepared to serve their
Uifrestas regards magnitude or st-k, beauty of
axyles and lib Tality ol terms. We acknowledge no
l ipnor ability ia any city of the T7ii!..n.
mrl-2m . DOUGLAS CO.
Jast Ret. eiFed.
Thompson & Co.
BfQ leave to call the attention of their friends and
cgaomeri u. the Da est assortmeutof
' White Goods
ever broght to taisaaarkM. Confuting of
IRIiH LINENS,
USES 3HEKTTXGS,
USgji OEMaSK, --
LIKES TOWELS,
LINEN NAPKINS,
LINEN DoYLIES
An. ,1s fact, every thing coming under tbaheadof
WHITE GOODS.
They ha v. also J est received an extensive assort
meat of
Carpets and Carpet Rugs.
CALL ASD SEE THEM.
fekS4
1860.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
Wt are b.w la receipt of a complete stock of
UtXrBETH'8 Garden Seeds, of the groatii of
1M9, including all the different varieties or
Artichoke,
Leuic.
Dee is.
Cabbage,
Ciiflxor
Salsify,
Parsley,,
Pepper,
Eudive,
Beans,
Onion,
Khobcrb.
Koil Rabbi,
Broooli,
Turnip,
Cucumber,
Nasturtium,
Pepper Grass,
Carrots,
Mustard,
Peas,
EggPlaat,
Asparagus,
Okra.
Cetery, .
Spinach, . -,
Borecole,
EartyCora,
Squash, .
Melons,
Cardooa, "
adlah.
Blue Grass, Timothy Claver, Herds Grass, Millet,
aad allataer kinds of Fie)4 iMd on band daring th
"LVtry Shaats supplied with Garden Seed on
CjEJa ? aWVS, BSOWff ft CO.
GAINER & CO.,
DOUGHS i CO
lrt) (5005s, tit.
It C. MMIlir & CO.
CATALOGUE IN PART
OF
Our Catalogue refers but partially to the GOOES
(kept by ue) in their respective departments.
To our friends and patrons we beg to say, that our
stock will be equal, if net superior to any we have
heretofore ode red; and we m.st respectful! invite
an elimination of it, assuring all who may favor us
with a call, that they will find our prices uniformly
low, and our terms most liberal, allowing a haud
some DISCOUNT for all cash bills. We are now re
ceiving our st ck daily.
SILKS,
DRESS GOODS,
AND
STUFF GOODS.
Black Italian Silks, all widths.
Gros DeKlm.es Lyons, every width and quality.
Lyons Gros D'aps, bl'k and co''d.
Black TaOetas, medium and heavy.
Black Armure Royals.
Hich Poult Do S ie. .
Rich Puult De Soin, Bayadere and Plain.
Gros Duc'aris.full boiled.
K.ch CUcDe.ei'.rarich.
Bich Robes, two to ten volants.
BlacX reive', Lyons.
Black -atiut,
White Silk serges and Oil Silks
Black and colored Challies.
Poplins, Bayadere, Chene and Broche.
Crapes, English and Italian, all colors.
Crape Leisse.
Oriental Bareges and Tissues.
Grenadines and Lena Cloths.
DeLaices.riaid and Printed.
Iieljiioes, rich chintz colurs
Merins, bl'k, white and col'd.
Alaccas,brk,col'd and Brocage.
Black Bo obi sines, Winter and Summer fabric.
Moreens for 3kirt.
Grass Clot'i for skirts.
Hair "
Claa Tartan Plalde, Scotch.
Ribbons and Trimmings
French Eonnet Ribbons, every style.
Paris Sash R.bboLS, elegant.
Velvet Ribbons, full-Eelvagv3.
Cap Ribbons.
Full Mourning Ribbons.
Fringes for Mantillas and Dresses.
Ladies' Promenade SoitSt
We open tbis day a second Invoice of fall
Suits fur Ludies. Made up.
Wrapping Department
la tbis department will be found a very
large and well selected stock of
Black Silk Mantilla?.
Clack Lace ilautillas.
Klack Lace Points.
ILindsome Grenadine Shawls.
Ilaulouie Greiiadiue Scarfs.
Hen's & Boys' Furnishing Goods
In tbis department may be found every kind
and quality of good3 necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outfit, con&isticg in part of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERE3 AND VESTLNGS.
To be made up
SIIIRTS AND COLLARS.
All sizes and qualities.
GLOVES.
Kid, Silk and Lisle.
HOSIERY.
Every size and price.
Silk, Lioeo and Lawn Ilandkercbiefs.
Suspenders, Cravats and Ties.
Underwear of every variety.
WHITE GOODS,
Consisting of a' large Stock of Irish Liu ens of good
width, and manufactured expreuly for
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
Also. 'illow Linen. Linen Sheeting, Table Damask-
Table Cloths, all s xes. A complete assortment of
Tuwcit.N'aukius.aud Doilies, all sizes and prices
Cut-on and Lluen Diapers. White and Colored
Toilet yuilts.
Jaconet te Cambric,
Linen
Swiss.
Fr.and Figured Swiss.
White and Colored Tarleton
Bishop Lawn.
LU.en
India Dimity.
Corded "
Jaconc Muslin.
Francb "
Book
NJa ek "
Mull
BAH GAIN COUNTER.
This Is quit, a feature in our store. Upon this
Counter are sold a great many goods at less than
half their Cost. ' All past styles of any goods are
sacrificed here, as well as many other very desira
ble goods.
)t. C. MeXairy & Co,
mar21-tf
Coal Oilt Coal OU! I
J. II. FIN LAY & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,
Manufactured is.' - Louis, Mo.
ri BIS Oil is alruest eolorless clear as the purr-si
A Spring Water iieordertzed dues bot crust the
wick or Hitoke the chimiey the best Ml made in
tb. East or West,ard took the first premium at the
last lit. Louis' Fair. One trial ball it nee 1s to re
commend it togereral We have received a
supply of this superior Oil, which we are oflering to
the trade toy the brel only at manufacturers' price
MIZKLL, HOOPKR ft CO.,
aprll-tf Bao Noe. and Maiket st
Coal Gil Lamps
rXTZEX Coal Ol Lamps, of various styles, fitted
with the coelbf Md Coil'ns Burner, far sal. bv
fcb2-f - - BAIJio, BBOWS txi.
A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of - ;
MAGNETIC PLASTER
m t
THISenormousquantity i this Invaluable Reme
dy baa keel Purchase 'icitixensof the United
States daringtheiiDorltini.lt has been before the
public. The reson for thisOAtraordinary anccessis
simplyin tha actual truth and valued the article.
No one buy a the MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming its friend. It perforins all that is promised
and carries with it its own recommendation. Truly
his is a victory peacefuland bloodless bat we be.
lieve not less glorious than the triumphs of war, with
itstain ef earoae'eand desolation
The MAGNETIC PLAsTEK is undoubtedly the
Greatest Strengthener and Pain Destroyer that Sci
euce has yet discovered. Ifyouputihis Plaster any
wuere,il Painis there, the Planter will stick there
nntilthePainhas vanished . fnePlastei magnetizes
he Pain away , and
PuiccannoleiislwnerrthUPlastcriinppUe
Rheumatism , Lameness ,StiITnes8, Weakness ,De
oility .Nervousness, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Cough
and Colds, Pains and Achesol every kind,downeve
to Corns .are I M vedia I bLi Ktu k ui,aad , witn
ttle patience, PEKMANENTLY CURED, by the mag
calinducnceof the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is the
iim;lest,3arest3aicl jleasantestandcbMipestremi
edyin existence. Itsappiicatictiisuniversal equal)
ly to tne strong man ,tne uencaie woman, ana tot
feebletnfant. To eacband allit willprove a Bala
and a Blessing . Its use i s igreeabie ,and without an
aoyanceor trouble .Its price is within reach of all
rich or poor;allmay haveit, ana allshould baveil
whoare3ick,and suGerinpin any way.
FAKMEUS and PLAN i'KRS should always be sup
plied with the MAGNETIC PIASTER. It will be thi
GoodPhysicianiB any household ,ready at. 11 imes
and at instant notice.
Put upln iir-tigbi tin boxes. Each box wii.maki
3ixtoeightplastcrs,and any child eanspread them
Pri:e25Jentsabox,witbfulI andplain lirections.
I). C. 7IOKL1IEAD, 91. D.,
Inventorand Propria r,19 Walker street, Few Tori
MOliUlEAD' JIAGN ETiC PLASTER IS SOLD B 1
ALL I1KCGGI3TS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE
MEIUCINES EVERYWHERE.
july23-deodaweowlyin
MANHOOD
H0"W LOST, HOW EE&T0,i,
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope.
ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND SADICil.
CUKE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Sc-mij.l
Weaknes,Sexaal nebility, Nervousness aud Invol
untary Emissions, iuducing I in potency aud Mental
aud Physical Incapacity.
BY ROB. J. CCLVERWELI,, M. D.,
Author of "The Green Book,1' de.,
The world-renowned aathor,in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves irom his own experience that
aiul lonsequences o' self abuse may beeffectually
removed without Medicine and without dangerous
Surgical operations, b .ugies, instruments, rings or
coruialy, pointing out a mode of cure at unce certain
and ei:e tual.by wiich every sufferer, no matter
wha' hisc ndition miy be, may cure himself cftft'jf.
In, ptivuUJy and radically. This Lecture will prove
a boon to thousands aul thousands
Seuturdor seal to any address, postpaid, on the
receipt of two postage Mann. 8, by auireasii g Dr.
CII. J. C.KI INE,M.D.,4iOirst Avenue, New York,
Post Box, 453tJ. apr5-dwly
CLABK, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE rROPRIETORS OF
CLARK & FULLER'S
AMBROSIAL OIL,
To whom all orders must he addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cccoanut
Walnut Candy.
DEPOT,
21 College Street, Opposite Sewance Ilonse,
AaskTille, Teim.
mar23-tf
Prince Imperial Champagne.
from wt. FPFRXHY.
DETE.OCEiCo'
FRANCE.
Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout
the Country.
THIS fine brand of Cbampavne, which until the
past year waacorfiued exclusively to the best ta
bles of the Ct-nlioent of Europe, has now obtained
the most unbounded success and popularity In tbis
country. It is recommended by Eome of the first
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on account of its extreme purity and delica
cy, and those wio once try it rarely use any other
brand. Although only one year has elapsed since
its introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and constantly iccreasiug. Our arrange
ments are such as to eusure tho quality of the Wine
being maintained at its preset.! high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by ns, we being
the sole Agents of Messrs. Db Vesoob Co., in this
country. E. V. H.VUGHWOCT CO.
Nos. 488, 490 and 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold ir Nashville by M. fc E. F. CHF.ATIIAM.
Corner of Church and College sts.
mar9-3md :
JUbccUanfons.
CHCKCB ASDERSOS..
...JOB a H. AXDER30R
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
Commission lercliants,
Ho, 50 College street,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
mar29-tf
Oats! Oats!
irifiA BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oats, just recelvod
1UUU
tnd for sale by
r"oir CHURCH ANDERSON &
CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
V'V'E have on haud a large quantity of the best
V Hungarian Grass Seed, w bica we are selling
lew. CUCKCU ANDERSON & CO.
mar29-tf
Tar! Tar!
t E have Just received a large lot of TAR, and
V V are uffiriug it at the lowest figure.
inar29-lf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Whisky! 'Whisky-! Wrhislsy!
WE have in store a larce quantity of the bept of
all kinrisof tho purcFt WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence ol core give us a passing call.
manlO-tf CHURCH ANDERSON i CO.
Sundries! Sunilries!
YOU can End, at all tiincs.ut our store, all kinds
of Groi erks, sucu as Sugars, Collee, Molasses,
vrupB, Ac, Ac, &c. -'mar29-tf
. CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
PURE TABLE WINES.
E. LAMBERT & CO.,
COLONNADE BUILDING.
53 Cherry St., , 53 Cherry St.,
B
EQ to call the attention of their friends and of
the public to the luct that they hare lor sale
Winei unequalled in fineness nnd purity;
A Larger Variety than can be found y
where else;
A Yariety of fine Wines that can he found
nowhere else, at prices that defy eompe
tition.
As we deal only in Wines we are DETER
MINED to undersell all others in the trade.
Parties desiring to purchase willconsult their
interest by giving ua a call and COMPARE
our Wines and Prices before purchasing else
where. -
Erery article Imported and sold by us rar
. . ranted genuine. -
N. B For list of Wines call and get a
circular, sent free by mail. ;; i
E."LA5IBERT & CO., w
Office and Sample Rdonj, No. 53, Cherry st.
mar27-tf - - ,
WVA 1CE icE.m
WE have opeoed oar lee Depot in the rear of
the State Bank, and will sell as cheap any
In the market that is as good. Ocr ice to Irom Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusive! of the best Spring Water in the ate, from
f.iur to eiiht inencs thick. We will open a depot on
South Cherry street a .C McCrsry's grocery fctore
about the Ar - "
marlO-u a r oAnttati
Tobacco Sale Oays
AT
A. HAMILTON'S WARELIOUSE,
Ob Mondays, Wadnesiays and Fridays,
AT TEy O'CLOCK A. U. :
-TMi mnraaaiit is mad for the poroposeol
mho accommodating buyers and planters, and I hope
rtll be satisfactory. wrT .
pools, m, &c
1 8 6 0.
SPEIJfG STOCK!
, JOHN RiVMAGE,
No, 42 Collese afreet,
.NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
WOULD cU attention to his large and band
some fctocfc of .
I Boots and Shoes,
Of every description and ttyle; selected with great
care Irom the best makers, all made of the beat ma
terial, and workmanship unsuri assed.
Tbo variety and quality or my Stock is snch that
the tane of all can be suited, and I am prepared to
offer them at the most satisfactory prices. . ,
tor Genllcnicu.
Super French Calf Pnmp and Stitched Boots;
Congress Gaiters of French Calf, Morocco, Patent
Leather, Calf, Kid, lasting and Cl-th.
Oxfords of French Calf, Lastii g, ealf , Kid and Mo
rocco: Walking Dress Shoe of every description, &e., &c
For ladies.
French Lasting, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
Buekins and Slippers;
French and English Kid Cougress and-Lace Boots.
Misses and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congrjss and Lace Gaiters, Slip
pers, &c, to ', &c.
Boys and Youth's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters of every style, both for
dress and service..
My supply of Pegged Work, for Men. Women nnd
Children, is very large; and will be sold at the low
est price. JOHN RAM AGE,
mar31-tf - i 42 College St.
G P D I a! f 1 i (! 1 f I fl If
Yt 1 Ut ItlllU kJ A V V la. r
111 nV
BOOTS, SHOES,
AXtt GAITERS.
A. V. RUTLAND,
No. 30 Cnlon street,
(SUCCESSOR TO J. B. & A. V. KUfLAXD,)
rS now receiving; one of the most complete assort
ments of Ui -OTS AXI SHOES ev r hrougbt to
tbis market, which has been selected with pre t rare
Irom the best .Manufacturers, exprest-ly lor the Be
tail Trade, cwmprisiug in pait us ulit ws:
Far Ijartics.
Ladies black an brown French Lasting Congress
Gaiters, with heels;
Ladles black and brown Cloth Laced G Iters, heel
and no heels;
Ladles blck aud br .wn Buttoned Lasting Gaiters;
. beclsand no heels;
Ladles iilove Kid Congress Gaiters wiih and with.
out heels;
Ladies Kxira Fine Kid Bootees, with and without
heels;
Ladies Ktra Fine Kid Slippers, beel and no heels
Lared Kosctts,
Ladies Extra Fine Eng. Kid Slippers, with heels
l aced Rosette:
Ladies white Kid and Satin Slippers, beel and no
lie.-ls;
ladies Velvet Slippers; FDgllsh Lasting Slippers; Kid
Buskins anu Toilet clippers.
Vol Ueiult'ineii.
Gentlemen's Super French Calf Pump lioots, best
Super Fr nch C.ilf Stitched Boots, best styles;
Super French Calf t ump Congress Gaiters;
Glove Kid and P. L. Cougress Gaiters;
CalC rump and Mitcneu oxlora Ties;
Buckskin Congress Gaiters.
B.jy's, Mi-Sc-sand Children's Shoes of all kinds and
qualities.
Servant's Shoes of every kind
All of wbirh wo will sell very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. to Union street.
mar2rt-tf A. V. RUTLAND.
1SG0 Spriug Supplies. 1S60
Blackman & Gillespie,
DEALERS IS
Boots and Shoes,
ton. SQUARE AM 9IABKE V ST.,
KasliTiile, Tennessee,
HAVE jott received their large and elegant as
sortment t Si rii.g Couds,eoiiSisUug 01 every
variety aud sty lo of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(among which arc mauy articles that, for elegance
if design aud beauty of nuisu,Cunuot be surpassed
by any In the market .)
TRUNKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES&c
all of which are offered on the most favorable terms.
Tho public are invited to call and examine this
Block. niarl-d2m
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co.
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK of .
BOOTS, - .
: SHOES,
GAITERS,
TJIUSKS,
; . VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c.
OUR 3 took this Spring is very large and beautiful,
and gotten up with the greatest care, as to tho
latest and best ttyh'S by the best manufacturers.
We are well prepared to lun.isb -
PLANTATION
AND
Ail in waut of SHOES will do well to call on us as we
wiil sell them at LOW PRICES.
FARRAH. DISMUKES CO.,
"marl0-2m No. 45 College Street, Nashville.
H Minute
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As Improved for 1S59.
WrrHSTairreo Iron Coveks and Bottoms Tixxed.'
ri"JHE only Freeser known which is constructed on
A. true ScientiBc principles
The Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
le8 ice and less labur than any other, being at the
same time the most durable In structure, aud most
ecrtain in is operations.
Sole Agent for the Uuitod States. ' "
. E. K ETC If AM & CO.,
Manufacturers of Japannid and
Planished Tin Ware.
febism 289 Pearl street, New Tcrk.
J.! C.HARVEY & CO.,
MKIltlJANT TAILOKS,
NO. 34 UXIOX STRICT,
ARE selling 20 per cent lower for cash than any
bous in .xashville. We have on Land the veiy
best Krench anu English Goods, consisting of
CLOTH., CASSIMKKfcS Ai VtSll.MjSS, wttlt U WO
will make up iu the mest fish onable st le.and war
rant in all cases to fit and give satiffarti n or no sale.
J. C. HARVEY C.
Al,on hand a larffe asi-Ortment of Geut'S Fur
nishing Goods which w - ill salt iw.
apr7-lm J. C. HARVEY & CO.
The Barlholf Siwing Machiurs
ARE warranted for four years; by a responsible
Comiutny, No 26, College street, opposite
Scwanee House.
apri!17 . . . .. ..
. ' Umbrellas. . ,
J .ECETVEP a supply of tmbrellas of Silk, Alpac
At ca, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and ' un o hers small for Summer use
apri-tf - J. H. McGIIX.
Underwear
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Cause Silk, Gaute Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lule Thread. JacconetandCottou. received and lor
sale by J. U. McGlLL.
apra-.f - -
Darning Fiuid.
rpANXER'S OIL,Spdrm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
X L'nteed Oil, for sale at
febS.wtf RW3 BS0WK4C0.3
Fre sh Corn Meal.
TBE subscriber has made amneements nth one
of the most exteusive mills in Kentucky for
r gular weekly supplies of Family Uoa, and i now
r ceiviug 3000 bust.els which he oITers to the City
Trau at slight advance over costand carriase
A. JEXKIX3,- '
myl2 15 Market!.. eet. '
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
TN ' KIRK PATRICK SONS, NO SI Sotrrn Third
jLm Strbbt. between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, hav for sal
- DBT SALTED SPANISH BIDES, -
Dry and Green Suited Pats a Kipa,Tanser's Oil, Tan
ner 'sand Currier's Tools at the lowest prices tad
upon the bet terms.
aXaT Allfcindf or Leather in the rough wanted, lor
which the highest market price will te given in
casb or taken tax exchange for hides.- Leather stored
re of charge and sold ou commission.
septl 3mdw ' , . . . , .
The InTisible Hearing Apparatus
DR. DAVIS, Oculist and Auru-t, 127 Caiosdelet st.,
Aew Orl ans, La., hasa newly-iuveuted Instro-.
ment, for extreme cases of Deal'uess. With its as
sistance a person is enabled to bear with th great
est ease to enjoy ordinary conversation and to hear
at public assemblies. It rests ompie ely wiihin.the.
Kar and can be wore without the slightest in onve
aience. One obiect of this Instrument is to keep the
organ In a constant state of activity r and by so do
ing, la time to enable a . person to d itpens with iu
nse. Call and examiuQ or tend for a. circular. ,
- pTl4-8m ; , - '..
professional (laxbs.
yvl. ;'.w. n.nvjuiaHY,
(LATE OF kKOrVTLLE.TENK.,) '
TENDER hitproressiouaiservicet to the citizens
or Nashville and vicinity . He has been actively
engaged In the practiceot his Profession in all Its
brancberfor the last sixteen years, and hopes by
strict&ttebtloEto beablelorendersatisfactiocto ail
who may favor him with acall. .
- oaiceNo. 42fi Cherrvstreet,nearCapt.Stockell'
new residence. Residence fear Jstreetsoutn roasn.
vUle. . pr25-dtf
DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
Eesidence , Cor- College and "Watkins' Avea.ua
(FOmtEBlT UJTB BraKET,)
- Office) No. 63 IVortlt CberryStreet.
jan27 tl
Cosiness Carts.
E. J. 1TZZS.
CEO. W. BITCHIiGi
LYLES & HITCHING S,
SLAVE DEALERS,
ceaar mreei,
Nasuvillc, Tcubcsscc,
WILL at all times buy Negroes suitable for the
New Orleans market. All persons having Ne
groes to sell will please give us a call.
july21-tf LYLES & HITCHIXGS.
Shelton's Marble Works!
CharcIistreet,nextdoor to Cornelius'eCabinet-shc
iVasIiville Icun.
rrtHEandersignecwouloiaform hisfriends
X andtbepubiicjenerally thatue willcon -innethe
SlARBLfcBCSIN'tSi" in thiscity .at
hisshop, next door to Cornelius'! Cabinet-'
hop,on LuurcUbireetiua caueatention to
he stock of
XUarblo JTIoiiuments, Tombs, etc.
Which he has onexhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety ,Quished in the most superb manner
He is prepared to maoufactureon the shortest notice
Vlarble .llauteU; and every description o
Marble Work.ottue hnest American and Ital
an Marble, llis work will, as heretofore, be war
anted, and hifpricette suitthctimes
an3 tl JI.L. SHELTON
WHOLESALE D11V GOODS.
Hats, Bosts if Shoes, Ready 3Iade Clothing
Hardware, Queenstcare, Sec, &-c.
E. Tit ABI E & W. II. LUCAS.
No. 73 Public Square.
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods
at low figures to close out as near as possible
before receiving our Sprirg stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern ciiies soliciting coi signments
and purchasing ob hits for cash aud short time pa
per, and we promise our customers and Uercbants,
making their purchases in this n.ai kot, that our ttock
will be large aud attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters lor
good bargains for cash and short, prompt puper.
Janl6 tl TRABUE & LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card
TO SCUTHEEX MEEIMXTS AND DEALERS.
'1 HE subscribers have oi cned a lrgo and exten
1 si ve house Tor the transaction of a strictly CuM
ill&SlON BUcJN.Sa.ANii bhMUL AGENCY, wiih
.irraugements lor the constant reception of all kinds
l ooods. Wares, Merchandize and .Manufactures in
the various dcpartu.ei ts of Trade.
it U with couCdeuceund pleasure that we call the
attentiou of those visiting Nasbvilic to our varied
and cou-tanlly clmngiiig t lock, as the larger portiou
of our couiguinenib are from manulaclurcri, first
hands, or thore forced to sell to raise luntls. Hee;
lu view (hat -the money Is maiie In ttie purchase."
Ordeifl faithfully attended to when accompanied by
the cash. BENJ. Ifi fcillKI.liS fc CO.,
Central Stores, No. 17 nnd 29 College st ,
feb8-tf Nashville, Teun.
Gcff's Patrnt Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation Use,
MAEES allkIndof H slery ,T ppets.Undersleaves
and mauy other articles ol wearing apparel,
trout Woolen. Cottnu aud Silk. Yaru. Everv Fatuily
aud Planter should hat e one.
H. C. 1Ja, General Agent,
675 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. marl3-a3m
Tics, Stocks and Crarats
HVERY variety of these articles received and for
j Bale by J. II. McGlLL,
fcpra-tf Cherry street, one doer from Union
Frc Ohio Corn Meal
JUST received aud for sale by
BkN'J. F. miFLHS f: CO.,
may 10 Central Rooms, '11 College street.
COOKING STOVES.
A N invoice of B ack Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
JT- suitable lor small liimi.les, Just received aud for
aaio Dy . tlt.NJ. . &lili-.l,L & Uli.,
mty!7 Central Rooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
Tiie Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
AND
HOST COXVESIEST ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WOULD!!
TMIISGASis generated Trom Pure Coal Oil, and
. A. ivt elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The tixturc3 are in tho same
style as the ordinary gas Gxturcs.
Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Street, where the light can be seen at any
time. TUOd. II. TAYLOR.
janl2 ly
Coal! Coal! Coal!
LL persons desiring a ecfkriop articlo of Coa
entirely free from lats or Cixdkr and making
only Seven per cent, ashes, should send an order to
the -i-tua Coal Yard, where they ran obtain the most
ecouomioalCoaliu the city at the following low pri
ces : -
Large Selected Lump, "lcectsper Eushel:
Screened or Round , , 13 " " '
Blacksmith's or Fiue, 15 " " "
. Orders can be left in Box 94, P.O.. or at the Yard
back of the ff. & C. R, R. Depot.
decS--tf SAML. J AG NEW.
M. A. PARRISH & CO.,
- Produce, Ccnamission
AND . .
FORWAUDIXG MERCI1AX
Ai3,
Froutins on Collese and Market t.
SoutU or Itroad,
Kasl&villc, .Tennesssce.
mar27-tf . .
HAY.
COO bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Raco Horse Hey.
CORN.
S0O0 bushels Shelled Corn;
100 ' Seed
600 tar "
BALF.D OATS.
100 bales Oata;
100 " Straw.
SHINGLES.
COO bundles Ptime Shingles;
WAGON SPOKES.
25,000 Wagon Spokes.
SEED OATS.
1000 bushels Pennsylvania Cuts.
MF1L.
100 bushels Family Meal.
POTATOES. .
60 barrels Northern Potatoes.
The above articles are on consignment and will be
sold clienp to closo. '
mar27-tf If. A. PARRISH no.
ri Bcles ITungarlan Grass Just received and for
UJ sale by
"" ' M A PARRU3CO.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
So. 69 Market Str - .
Nasliviile," Tcnistsseef '
WE have now on hand a full and coirplcte as
sortmeot of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ax.
hlch we oiler t tbo very lowest prices: - .
ircular Saw Mills, double and single - - - -
. . Hale's Cider Mill and Corn Speller; -,
; - - Sinclair's Straw Cutters; ' -
Wheat DrUls; - - -; -
Miner's Steel Plows:'
- Field Boilers, &o
- sepi-tr . ..... ... AB11STRONO At CO.
BLACKSMITHING
IN ALL J TS . B 11 AN UES.
" Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegcsts., .
- NasliTille, Tenn. .
TUH undersigned respectfully informs the public
. that he haa recently takeu the above stand and
is prepared to do Blacks ithing in all its brauchea,
such as Horse-Shooing. Buggy -Rej ai log, Ac, ftc,
in the best manner and at snort notice. Ue solicits
a share of public patronage.
. ..- i ; JAS. TARPLET,
Jan24-tf AgenU
' 10. BBWABS3. - f. K. CILXJWO.V. K. F. KDWARr.
EDWARDS, GILRES0N & CO.
5; (stJCCsaaoasTOo.snwa ns,) - -
; Corner or College and rbnrekst., -
-Whclcxalc firoeeri and Coinmission -
M ERG HANTS.
' "ASD DEALERS IX"
Fine Brandies, Wines,' Cigars, Tobacco, &e
. octn-tf . t ; 4;
A Kew Snpply"of, Obia'Eote Better.
i SQ'T POUNDS of Fresh Butteryutr3ewed pe
lUtJ t Poland, sod for aal. by
" BEXJ. F. SUIELBB k CO.; - '
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THE BARNES HOUSE,
ITET0K3
IV o. 43, ITiilon Street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensivo arrangements tor regular supply
of Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the
verv best Wines, and everv other article or l ry
which can possibly bo obtained in Nashville. he
house is provided with the best of Cooks, and the
best apparatus for cooking. Eating Hall lilted up is
handsome, Comfortable style.
jan6 tf
" METROPOLITAN"
EATING HOUSE,
tUK.M lMUti.111 (.BSBKTSTS. ,
.Vaslivillo ... Tennessee
5. MOOUE, Proprietor.
1 HAVE made extensive arrangements for the re-
1 cei vine of all the Dtucicmol the comim; season.
vi i isu, t lesn anu owl; our oysters will be irom
the most celebrated ber'i. Pickles and condiments
irom the celebrated ennblishu.ei.ts ol Cross & Black
welland Lea & Perrin. with a lareeand wellselectcd
SIOCK Oi
Wines, Brandies, &c, &c.
ExcelleurCOOKSand attentive Walters, tlie whole
a uer the superintendanee of that well-known Epi-
Ou and after the 15th ofSeptember we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers. DAY AND N'flfiUT.
Railway travelers will llnd this arrangement to their
au vantage
t&- REMEMBER THE MriR0POLITAN,-.
seplo-tt '
UNION RESTAURANT
Union St., opposite State Bank
rTIAKE pleasure in informing the public that they
-l. uave rcceuiiy nuea up a one
Eating and Drinking Saloon.
as above. The.- wl" keep constantly on hand agootf
supply of GAllE,OYSTERS,FLSU,Ac.,A.c. Ihey tm
licit a share of patronage. Good cooks and attentive
waiters. sep7-tf
ftmv'StabltB.
H'FERRAN'S
LEVIATHAN LIVERY STABLE,
NORTH MARKET STREET. .
THE undersigned begs leave to inform hisfriends
and the public that be bas still on hand a num
ber of handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splen
did stud of buggy aud saddle borsen, for tbe see oi
fastyouuggeutson COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or foi
tbe accommodation of Young America and Young
America's Sweetheart. .. ....
What man living, of any sort of progressivespirlt.
would be content to snail it behind a SLOW HOKSi
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could
be obtained
AT THE LEmTHAN STABLES. -
Parties desiring Coacbesfor"PIC-NICS,"and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the pa
pers said about Tub New Coach, from the LEVura
f IVfc-RV STISTWI. fltl VflHh riLt aiAA
J.C.
McjEP.RAS , -
Proprietor
sep20-tf
LIVEItY STABLE.
W M.T.WRIGHT & CO., would respect
f uilyi uform theJitizetis of Nashville
and the public eueral!y that they have
purchased the wel lknown Livery Striblcand the stock
and dxture8,forn erly occupied by Wm.J.PhilipB,OE
aiariiebOLirei.juL tueiow tiiv oquaro
WeUavsdrst-ratelotsandbox-stalUtoaccommc
datelro vers .and a 1 lour friends who may favor nt
with their patronage.
- We pledgeourselvef toi ve'iatisfactioninallcases
. Wehavea largennmbero i&neSaddle Horses and
ne Buggieito hire atalitimes - - -
Tbefactis.wedonotintendbeingsurpassedbyanf
Stablein the-Sontherncountry . Comealong and sei
for yourselves.
feb3-ly WM .T. WRIGHT k CO.
R. C. M'JAIEY & CO
HAVE ON ITAND
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
CANTON MATTING.
ALSO,
An Unusually .Large Stoclt of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C 0 T T- 0 I S1
For Servants, which they 'fill sell rry w
by. the ph-ce. "
' E2f.Peraons.not.yctpiippJka wMl consnlt
their interest by eiaxnin g these goals, we
are determined to close them. cut.
- R. C. & CO.
- aprl6-tf . 2- ' . - -
Extra Fine Teas, r
OF all the favorrte brands $ Plus Cttr,H
Powder, Silver leafr Yoa - Hyson Ho qn
Mixtures, Imperial anii filaek. -For
sale y
apr21-tr ,. RAT59, BROWN -
FLOWER POTS
100 5SKr-iT
rati, assorted sixes, lor
. KAINS, EKOWN CO."
aptSl-tf
Ground Feed . for : Stocli.
N alditioaaa aairmlv hist received a ad foraala
by
SHIELDS Ac CO.,
way 10
. 21 College street.
:cai:oa.
5 BBLS. COAL OIL. a very superior ar tlcla, nst
received aud for sale by , - -
fcb35-tr RAIS3, BKOWX" k TJO. .
HX.PLOYHEXY. -
ACAJl MONTH AND ALt EXPEJTSES PATD.
IJJtlV An sgeatie wasted toaverytowo and coun -ty
in tho United Statesj to ei tgage In a t aspectabla
nd aaav business bv which the ahova p routs may
b certainly -realiaod. For further partt.culara ad
dress Dr. J. HtaaT W AWtxa. aoroer 12th ; street and
Broad way i Kew Tort City,. jentjloaTsg on Pofaaga
Btau4a ivv np" .
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J. T. BARNES & CO. F
Sralisprlati0O
Nashville and Chattanooga UtR
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER
Sunday
next. April
29, I860,
Passenger Trains, U1 ruu as lollwsi
GOING SAST .
Leave Nashville at 4 a. at. and 5 , p. X.
Arrive at Chatttnooga 1:30 r. at., and 1.45 a. .
" coxrxn west.
Lea v. Chattanooga at T: 0 a, ic and 7:30 r. au
Arrive at Nashville a i r. I. and 8 a. at.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route te Boston,
New York, PbilaoelDhia. Baltimore. Washing
ton City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lywshbnrg, Knox.
ville,bavannan, onarxeston, alontgomery, Memphis,
Kew Orleans, c. . .
Both Traius connect at Stevenson with Trains oa
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, ano at Chattanoo
ga witn 1 taijb w uu icuuram aii ueoria ana
Western and Atlantic Railroads. . .
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on appli
cation to Ticket AgeDt, at office at Depot, to the fol
lowing places, and at meioiiowiug prices, via:
Vuchviiin to xvew lurk.. iimuc-i"u,o,
$27 75
4
E. T. A Va. route.
80 Zb
27 80
- Savannah
PhiUdelphia,"
Baltimore, - "
Washington,
Richmond, "
Petersburg, "
Lynchburg,
Salem, 1
Big Tunnel,
CbrisUanshurg f
25 7
" 26 60
.... 25 00
i 25 00
23 75
21 60
SO 75
Virgin la Springs, 20 75
t-hawsvilio, - j
Knoxvuie,
Charleston,
Svannah, .
Macon, "
Augusta, .
Atlanta,
Columbus
Montgomery,
Huutsville,
Grand Junction,
Memphis,
New Orleans,
Holly Springs, Miss.
Canton
Fyetteville, y
zo TO
10 60
81 00
SI 00
16 00
16 60
11 00
Id SO
IS 00
7 00
11 00
12 00
25 00
12 00
18 50
4 00
McMinnviile,
4 30
apr30-tf
E. W. COLE, Sapertatendect. -
EXPRESS FREIGHT...
mHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Compa-
L ny, in connection with-too P.oatis below, are
running anExpes Freight Train from Charleston
andSavannah to sash ville, at slower speed, butwilh
bo same certainty as their passenger trains. ooe
lay to freights by this I oute. E. W. COI.E,
Jan27-tf. - " Supt.
LtOuisYillc ami Kaslivillc
; RAILROAD.
CilAIWliE OP TIME. '
TWO through Express Passenger Trains between
Nashville and Louisville, making eio6e connec
tions at Louisville tor New York, Boston, Ph-ladel-phia,
Baltimore, Vt ashington City, BuQalo; Niigara
Falls, Cleveland, CiucmnaU,St.Lomis, and the Far
West.
On and after S cap at, Mat tbe 6th, I860, trala
will run as follows:
Fir8ttrain loaves Nashville at 6.-00 A3I. daily .stop
plug at Gallatin, Bowling Greeu, UluEgow Junction,
EhzabetbMwn,and ail regular stations when signal
led by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 2x0 P.
M. Ueturniig, leaves Louisville at 6:-0 P. M.,stop
pin? as above, and arriving in Nashville at SsIO
A. M.
&ecood train leaves Nashville at T20 P.M. dally,
(Sundays excepted,) stopping as first train, and ar
riving in Loui-ville ui 8:00 A. M. Returning leaves
Uouisvillw at 6;10 A.M., stopping at above, and ar
riving in Nashvilleat 2:20 P. M.
GallatiuAccoTOuiodalion Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excei-ted)at 6K)0 P. M., and arriv
ing in Gallatin at 6 2 P. il. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., aud arrives ic Nashville at 8 3.0
A. M. - - - - - '
Through tickets on sale at the D -pot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many dit
lerent routes.
JNO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent. -
A.J. Fiild, General Ticket Agect. 1
mayl-dtt . .; "
Ciiarleston and Savannah,
F IV K 1 ii 11 t Lt 1 S .
Bates Eedtcel and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the road On and
after the 24th of December, lb59, through rates
from New York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds..... .....SI 64 -
Second Class, " 1 35
Third Class, " " " 1 16
Fourth Class, 09
Hats. Gaps and Bonnets 2 26
Time f mm Savannah and Charleston to Nash v die three
three ano a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
nan, eignt ana nine aajs.
Intervening S bbaths causethe ahove variations In
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over
three lines.
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nasnville and ('battanooga RaU
road on delivery. C. W. ANDERSON
decS-tf
Freight to Rew York and PMIapeipMa
- OK--- -
Cotton and Ylour,
' - . VIA. .-
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH:
Cotton per bale of not mere than 6001bs woight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
N o insurance nttcessary except from Charleston and
Savannah to New Yoik and Philadelphia. . .
Cotton compressed at the option and expense of
steamers when compressed, it can be freighted from
New York to foreign ports at to 3 16 less than cot
ton not compressed.
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of
the Nashville d Chattanooga Railroad.
C.W.ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agect. ;
Great Rational :lontc.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW. YORK' AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO .
Washington City.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
EAILEOADS
ri TERMINATE st Baltimore and Washington City on
J. the East, and Columbus on tbe West, at which
places it conns cts with Railroads for and from ail
points in
The West, Southwest and- Xorthwest. .
Passengers by tbis route can visit the cities of Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York and Bosun at tbe cost
of a ticket to, New York; or Boston alone by othet
lines.
Through ticJkels can be procured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge-of
t wo dollars o ly, -
Sleeping GirsaiUched to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED, '
With tho privilege of stopping oft" at all principal
points.
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Infor
mation, can visK all the Eastern Cities at a compara
tively small expense. The Scenery Is celebrated
for its wonderful beauty and sublimity; it is un
equalled in tbe world. Its system of Day and igbt
Track Police ; its splendid equipment ; Its exclusive
Teh graph Lnes -. its large amount of double track ;
its One Hotels, (under the surveillance of the Com
pany,) ensures to the passenger , .
- SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
- Through tickets and baggage checks can be ob
tained at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat
offices in the West
Ask for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad.-' -
W. P. SMITH, Master of Traasportittoa.
L. M. OoLE.General Ticket Agent. ..
E f. FULLER, General Western Agent.
' j. V. BROWN, Gen. Ticket Ment, C O. R. K. .
- apri'l -
Edg'fiild & Kentucky Railroad.
Nashville to ClailtsTille, IIop-
: Xtinsville, RnssellTUle, fcc
; . .'; ON AND AFTER J I
. Saturday, April 7th, I860,.:
,C ; Two Trains to and from clarksyiile daily.
GOING N0RT3. " , . "
Leave XashTllle at 6 SO A. M. and 1 45 P. M.
Arrive at ClarksviUe Id 25 A. M. and 1 16 P. M. .
" , : :,- goi3'5 sotnH. , .
" Leave Clarksville at 6 A. M. and 1 45 P. It .
- Arrive at Nashville 10 A. M. and 7 P. M. "
- The morning train from Kashvill connects at
Springtield with a uailj line ol stages to RusaeUvUle,
a id at Tail's btation, near t-tata line, with Manghter
ff Co.'s daily Iiue of four hore coaches to Hopkiii
vlllei Kj.. via. Trenton , Pebrake, c. .
Front UopkiMvilie stages ioave fr Columbus, Hy.,
Paducab,Smlthland, Eddyville aud Uenderaoau
Fare front 5ashville to Henticron 64 60. -.
. . . . A. ANDERSON, .
apr7-tf , ... - Chief Engineer."
Notice to Shippers.
STbeinsotthe nttaosttmportancefor the proper
JL protection of the Track, and to keepout of the
-way ofgravelaad other traius, lhatfreight trains b
Ma at regulai uniform rate ot speed, wincucaa ooiy
Keacomolished bv running on schedule time ;there-
7wt. in order that the t'rdieht trains may b rua oc
thetimelald down i a tbeschedale.it is ordered thai
After thirty days from this date .freight win be to
cetved by the Nashville and-Chattaaooga Railroad
Company , at acheanledtauonaoniy..
Rates on - Flour 1 Reduced.-
nur..i..iii.. rhtLnocraRillroad wlllre
; i eoiVe at Nashville, Wartrace, Shelby viUeand
StaUonson N.kC. R. R. between ""r"?t
trace .and give tbrongh recepts f o r Flour by Carload
Tcbi" swa orsavinnah at oa. DyUar par art
Jaa?-tf - . . . . ;;.
Vood, Eddy &Xo.'s
Delaware and Missouri State
LOTTERIES,
u n all D
r aa
Capital-IP rlze $100,0001
Wood, Eddy & Co Managers.
The Managers' Offices are located tWilmingtoa,Del-
The following
klagiilllccnttiCiicincs .
Will be drawn in pabbc under the superintendence
of e orn Commissioners, appointed ay the Gover
nor. . -(!.-.
WOOD, EDDY & CO'S LOTTERY
, Class lVoi 312,
Draws on Saturday, June 30Uit I860.
78 Number 13 Draw Ballot.
One Grand Prize of $100,000!
1 Prize of .
. . 60.000 I J68 Prizes of.
..81,500 1 65 . '
. 12JS00I 65 "
1 44
3 4 u
3
8 t
3
3
100 " "
6,000
65 "
65
4.S1&
2740
4 '
3,000
2,500
2,000
, 1,000
8
,38 Frizes amounting to $1 J86,7fc5
NEAELY ONE PKIZE TO EVERY S TICCETal
Whole Tickett $20;Halves $10; Qnartert i
Certificates of Packages m tue above Scheme, will be
sold at thetollowiug rates, which is the risk t
Certificate of Package of 26 whole Tickets. S299 00
" " 2C half 44 ' ',40 M
4 26 quarter 14 5
44 44 26 eighth 4 st 3;
SiUemAid Sclieuic!
TO BE DRAWN
Each Wednesday in Jane!
Cla.e8 270 Draws "Wednesday, June 6, I860.
Class 282 Draws Wednesday, June 13, 1860.
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, June 20, 1860.
Class 306 Draws Wednesday, June 27 I860.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETS,
78
Numbers 13 Drawn Ballots.
One Capital frize of $37,5001
lPrizeof.
.$15,639
15 Prises $400
227 44 300
65 44 10tf
6 44 70
65 " 40
2
2
2 44
2 44
4
15 44
15 44
10.000
7,500
6,000
3,000
100
600
130 .. Su
45 44 20
,040 10
Si 396 Prises
amounting to 56S9.68S
Whole TiclceU $10; Halves t5;Qnartrs $2 50
Certificates of packages in the above Scheme, to be
drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at the following
ates, which is the risk..
Certificate of Package or 26 Whole Tickets. 1149 60
44 44 26 Half . 74 -s
-. " 6 Quarter . zt 37
IK 0EDESI2TG TICKETS OECEETLTICATXS
Enclose tho amount of money to our address,for
what you wish to purchase; nme the Lottery in
wbich you wish it invested, and whether you wish
Tholes, Halves, or Quarter, on receipt of
wbich we send what is ordered, by first mall, to
gether with the scheme.
Immediately after the drawing, a Printed Drawing
certified to by the Commissioners, wlllbesent, with
an explanation. .
43- Purchasers will please write their signature
plain, and give the nama of their Post Office .county
and Stale
Allcommonlcatlonsstrlctlyconfidentla 1 .
All prizes of 1,000 nd under, paldlmmedlat
yaftertbe drawing otherpriiesatthe usua Hiroeo
forty days.
Our Single INuuiber L.otteries,
Canlial Prize 50.0001
DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $3 50.
.Orders for Tickets or Certificates la any of tho
above Schemes to be directed lo
WOOD, EDDY CO., Wilmington, Delaware,
or , WOOO, EDDY k CO., St. Louaj, Missouri
jyCirculars containing Schemes for tbe month
will be sent free of expense by addressing as above.
9 The drawings of Wood , Eddy A Co.'s Lotteries
are published in tne New York Herald, Aew York
Tim sand New YoikerSlaats Zeilung.
mayi6-td - - - . - -
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY
THE next ordinary drawingof the Royal Havana
Lottery , conducted by the Spanish Government
under tne supervision or the Captain General of Cab
wil! take place at Havana, on .
Thursday, June 28th, 1SGO.
360,000 UOLliAltS
Sortao Uumero 638 Ordinario. - -Capital
Prize 100,000 Dollars.
lPrlseof $100 000 1 60 ....... 1,000
I 60,000 1 60 " ....... 600
1 30,000 1 163 ". 400
.... 20,060 . 20Approximationa..8rSOO
1 " " 10,000 1 '
- 4 Approximations to the $100,000,of $600 each ;4
Of 4t0 to 60,000; 4 Of 400 to 30,000; 4 of 400 to SO,
300; 4 of 400 to $10,100.
Whole Xlcketa $20$ Halves flO
lsrlera '$5.-. -..
' Prizes cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Billson all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
becomes known. - - '
jn All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dressed to HON RODRIGCEZ, (care of City PostJ
Charleston, So. Ca. may3-td
"W AJLiTON -
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
. OF GEORGIA. .
CHARr&lED BY THE STATE IK 185$. . .
Y Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH , G A.
KOVE l"sCU EllE!
POLICY PL.AN . LOTTERY !I
By this scheme ptrrctasers can select their owa
Numbers, and pay any amount for a ticket they nay
desire - - -
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct. 3. 1859.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted) ,
at 6 o'clock, P. M.
. jsgr In this Scheme, thereare 76 Numbers placed
in tne Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve or these
Numbers are drawn f ro the W heel. If a person
Belects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is among the Numbers drawn, be getifie times th
amount invested. If two selected number ar
drawn, be gets thirty for on;if three selected Nnrn
bers are drawn, he gets two hundred for one; if four
selected Numbersare drawn, he gets a thousand for
pne;it fivese'ected Numbers are drawn, live thous
and ror one; tl six setectea numoor. ntui...,
teen thousand to one Remember, it two, or more,
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among tho Twe.vs
Drawn N ambers , th e Ticket i s a Blank .
Our Darana Plan Lotteries
Draw Foe (4 ) TiMKa a Month. -
And are the mostllberal of anySchema avar oBertd
For particulars, addres, . . .
W C PARSON k CO , Managers,
octjl Macon, and Savannah. Ga. .
Hocse-keeplsg Made Easjs
TBS WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAEE3 will always
uuure good wholesome bread. For 15 rent yu "
can gt one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will make bO
laTie loves of the best bread. - . -- -
&00 CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
express - Almost every family la town bas ad It.
For tpring ci.nug ltw mwnaon w -w.Hiuia;
Paint, Looking Giaaaes,Giloed Work, Marble, tulver
or PUied Wre.
RKF K1G ERA I OR3 . We have sold a large lot oi
those iamoat Philadelphia Relrigeratora. ltava
i .. v... nl. A itk vim. Ukfc-
a lirta iui umuii iikj ...i... .
ifi.uuB , as they are not only the best but are the
cheapest ku wo. - . -
- aprll-tf MACKENZIE k alSCnla.
- i WATER COOLERS, &.C ,
JCST received direct from the manufacturers and
for s tie at low ar prices than aver be tore sold to
this market. - - - "J
36 pUW Water Coolers, : - - - -- -
ti rorcelvla lined do. --;--'
10 Uclionaki's Keirigeratora '-- -t
6 tfchooley's Pais 4do.
6QMaser sS minuta treeseis. ., . ',
3 Seamora a Pat. Freesnu. r. '. '
I also make plaia Ice Crram Fraessrs to ordur of
. 60 Dos. Mason's rat. screw Top rwi vus, a
and 3 quarts. -
30 dux. Piain Frail Cans tor sealing. '
40 dos.l quart Glassroil Tars... -- - .
Ice Picks and Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers.
IS do. PUted Dippers.
4o-,rt-E ttbipfc s r j.w; wtlsox,
aprU17 . , - - . - 1T CoUajge street.
j Sit Lux et Lux Fuit -
COAL. OIL LilllPS
WChaveJust received saothar anpsly afCcal Od
fatBU. among wbich are some v-iry aaadsoaaa
natterna lor parlors, all fined with the OuiUas eexner
whica Is tns last improvement aaais
superior to any other Lamp now J?"?
roraoftaeasand steadioesa of Batae, JJ7fTT
smoke, aimplKKy la eaaHraoOoa,
L,c, In fiuUih .cleanhneas and ecoao-r . ImP
will civa tbe ligbof four candles aad does aot coat
TS1 mucTh. one? Th. Oil
."caTar clothing J--
. wleWaRetailDroggiau-a-l?;
Nashville Tena T
i- ,11- rvar: loo hart. Fxtra
5U FatV Vloar, aad 63 bbla EuparlUS iloar,
jBStracaitl oad toe a! y AmjK?
vist-m Ifa,H:$Vl .Art;
600
. 100
.. 60
...60
. 40
.. 20

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