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XI;OBGAN,& C 0.
If.-!- i im v'jj -vA '
- no. public square; . ; - -NASHVIIXe,
rabMcfeg jroit variety ef Not Articles, S'yles
c, which tfcey are prepared to offer to the Ketai
Tru, ea term that caaaot ba otaer ie tSian auttal
feory to parcha-rs. .
6 pnrefcass a large quantity of
wih be patd. febJi-triw.vrin,
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STORE '
WM. S. EAKIN & CO.
Kerti weat coroer P-biio &nurei'
3- eVpaclal Bargain for Caaa or for abort timt
prompt paper. - - ... . taaj 1-i.awtr
tt H.M . v A Li.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
L. u. t. n; f it e,
nAV.E I1',r'f', to Ko- 8 "'cks' rai d ni. North
Ue Public Sqa ire, ao-i luvo received their
SBRtNG STOCK OP
DRY GOOD S:
To whb-b tbey In vile the attention of Merchants bay
log in Uii mantel, inrl-ly
EVANS & CO.,
WBOLSSALK 0ALEJ18 IX
Foreign and Domestic
Varieties and Clothing
.Bool P.Slioes, flats, Bounets,&.c.
Ifo.l Nashville lau (Slock
NAstl V tlSX CSjSEE.
ARK n-w io receiptor their SPRING STOCK, to
which tbey iavite the atiuniou of ih trade..
I860. I860. 1860.
Importers and TThulesale Dealers 5a
Foreign and Domestic
nets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn Block,
JE are eow !n receipt rf our very largo ttock of
Which oomprhwe a!l the new styles of Importations
with much care in their selection, and we are deter
mined to o&6r ocr oistofntrs and the trad gsner
ally, oar goods at prices that will ecialteuge compe
tiuoa with any market in tho United States. We in
vite the trad to give our Block a close and early ez
GARDNER & CO.
New Sd ring: Goods,
Allison Anderson & Co
Wholesale Dealer I n
Foreign and Domestic Dry Good
No. 41 Public Sqnarc, -KASIIVILI.E,
tXTE are now to rci t of our Spring kJ, anr
V V de-ir l iav:te ihe atte iti m of ur Irienrs
and tHe trifte generally t i a i esi:n:natinn of ocr
QS'i I Iire,htrnl.jn ami select stock, which t
oiferba acommo ln.ns terras
AAULKSO & CO.,
i -4908 PACKAGES.
. w. socnt worn,
' r- ' " JDealeraa Wholeaalein
Foreipu and Domestic
fhtlii-ig, Carpfts, Boats, Shoes,
Hats, B ?nact, Umbrellas, & c,
Ko. M Public Square and So. 69 Xorth Market at.
Nashville, 'I eunessee.
XTTK lnrita tha atunlioa of Merchant, to an ex
1 V teoai and brilliant Stock of Goods now opened
and arr-tiij-jd ror the r-ormir ira:e
. W. solicit the patfonageof Deleir,feelinz assared
that we wars aerer b-uer prepared to serve their
interest. as regards magnitude of sllc, bean ty of
stylos and liberality ! terms." wa arKuowledg j no
superior ability m say city or uio iintttn.
BVl-2o IH.GLA3 k CO,
-Thompson & Co.
T)EQ leave to ca!) the attentinn nf their friends and
JJ costoawrata thenaest assortment of
" White Goods ;
rer brofht to th owltet. Caniiatio j of .
tisrs SHEETISG5, '.V :
:LDTESi)EiU3X, " . 7
. - . LIXES TOWELS. -
' - ' , USES KAPKINS, .
' ' , USES riTUE5
Asd,ia fact, ersrythini coming ander tha head of
ThsyhSTS also Jostrtccirsd aa extcnjiTo assort
BMBtOf . ........ .... i'
Carpets and Carpet Hags '
CALL AND 1 SEE TUE3I.
-. - . . . -
I8 6 0.
'W- LASDaTH'S?1Pof com pleu stock of
tM, tncladiaf aU the du?? 8d of U sroa th oi
uacoase,. f 2
Ftnkr 'X- eta. ,
rsppsr. - stBrtiam , ' -
Onion, Peaa - f .
Bhubark, Kgg Plai
Koii Babbl, . Ajrua! S.
Brocoll. Okra. - T
n. Leak, i
, Berole, xi :--
. Tnraip, , f Celery,
' Bltt Grars, TtTaoifir Clnr.r, Hrds Grass,rVlllt,
and ail other kinoa of rieit Seed on hand during t
f Ohaata snootied with GardrnSeed au
sas-C 7 9Juit3, BSOTTN & CO.'
CATALOGUE IN PART
Ocr Cat3logne refers bot parllnlly to foe CCOflS
(lcei-t"by til") in t'.clr rf pective dcpnHmcuts.
To oar friends and patrons we beg to aay.lbat our
stock .11 be equal, if uvt sopeiior to any we hav
ieretnlore offered: and we mast reso-ctfull invite
tn examination t f it,assuriig all who may favor us
with a call, tbat tbey will Cid our pi ices uniformly
low, and our terms most liberal, allow ing a band
some DISCoCXT for all cash bills. We are now re
ceiving our st ck daily .
S S L ICS,
x q eon nnQ
Plark Italian Sil'.;s, all widths.
Gros Dt-Rbi. cs Lyons, every wiHb and quality.
Lyons Gros D'2u)s, bl'k aud co''d.
BUct Taffetas , medium aud heavy.
Black Armure Royale.
lich Poult Dt! S ie.
Rich Ponli De soi, Bayadere and Plain.
Gros DeParls.rull boiled.
Rich Cln De, ex'.ra rich.
Rich Robes, t'o to ten volants.
BUc; Velvo', Lyous.
Black -atiot, . 44 . ,
White Si it .-erges and Oil Silks
BUCvUd colored CfaallKs.
Poplins, Bayadere ,Chene and Broche.
Crapes, Ei g'.ish and Iuliau,all culori.
Orieutal Bareges and Tispues.
Grenadiiies aud lons Cloths.
DeLaiLes.l laid and Printed.
Deljtiaes, rich chintz colors
ilerid -s, bl'k, white and rol'd.
Ali-accas, bi'k , col'd and Crcado.
Black In nb .rims, WUiier and Summer fabric.
Moreen t for Skirts.
Grass Cloth for skirts.
Hair ' .
Clan Tai tan Platde, Scotch.
Uibbons and Trimmings.
French Focnet Ribbons, overy style.
Pai-.gasli P. bbois, 1 jia..t.
Velvet Kibbous, full EelvagiS.
l"ull M-arnicir Ribbons. ' '
Frii.ges lor ilautilias and Dresses. ,
Ladies' Prciaecade Suits.
VTe open this day a eecond Invoica of fall
Suits fur Ladies. Made op.
In tbis department wfll be found a very
large and wll selected n-cli of
' Bluck Silk Maiitillaf.
Black Lace llanlillas. . .
'. Black Lace Points. " -r
Handsome Gn-nadine Shawls. . :
Ilundsaine Grenadine Scarfs.
Hen's & Boys' Furnishing Coodst
In tins department may be funnd every kind
and quality of goods necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outfit, consisting in part of
CLOTI13, CASSIMERES AND VESTING S.
To be made up .
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
All sizes and qualities. '
Kid. Silk and Lisle.
; .1 . - HOSIERY. : -'
J ' "Every Bize and price. "
Silk, Linen and Lawn Handkerchief
Saependers, Cravats and Ties.
. Underwear of every variety.
Consisting of a large Stock of Irish Linens of good
width,and uanulacured exprestly for . ..
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
Also, 'illow Linen, Linea Sheeting, Table Damask
Table .doths, all s tea. ; A conrpleie assortment oi
Tuweli"tSakius.and Doil;es, all sixes atri i rlcea
Col ob and Linen Dialers. White and Colored
To;let guilts. . - ...
Tr. und Floured Swiss.
White and Colored Tarleton
Bichop Lawn.. : -:
B1H GAIN COUNTER.
This is 'qait. afcalnreio par store, TP0B tD'
Coaster are oM a great many goods at Iras tbau
half (heir cost. All -ast styles of any goods are
sacrificed hc"e,s wellaa many other very desira
blegoods. ,. . T' ' ' 1
; C; JSIcXairy; & Co.
mar21-tf - ' ' ' ' -'
Coul Oil! Coal O U ! ! ;'
Premium " Coal Oil,'
- JJaDOfat-mred la ' Ltiuisj Me.
'HTS 0:T is" m1 frost; ciiorleei-clenr as te purest
1 - -tirltir Watprv.iWFaeri d-e fctit crust 4 be
wick or kn ots the cluun ei 'he beitt t il made iu
the East or Wist.ard tiM-k tbe Di st prcmiuiu at tb
lat Sux)UL3 t"ir. 'Uue uial i all .it ueets tn re-
cuninieud It tn get era) osi .' 'We have received a
acppiy or ibis nap rr on, wnirti we ra Dtnnfr v
the trade by (he b -irt-l otiiy at man of icturers price
. . itJZcLI., hOI'K Ct., - v
Wl-tf Sp , 1 Aos. 6aud8 JIaiket st
; ' - ,Cal Oil Lamps. -
6 wJ - .tainted
UA.m, BKuWii tt
A BLOODLESS TOTOm ! II
1,000,000 Boies Sold of f:
THIPnormoeaantlty thislnvalsabl. Reme
dy has beei urchasei bcitlsecsol tbeCniteo
States daring the suorttimr has been before the
public. The reason for thiswtraordinary sncceseia
simily in tha actual truth ana value of the article.
.oone bnystae MAGSETIC PILASTER without be
coming its friend. It pertormsall tbat is promised'
and carries wttb it its own recommendation. Truly
thisisa victory peacefs land blooaiesv bat we be
lieve not lest glorious than tseiriumuhsol war, with
its tuin of carnape and desolation
The MAG.SfcTIC PLAS1EU is sndoabtedly the
Greatest treugthener and Pain Destroyer that Set
euce has yet discovered, Ilyouputthitiplasterany
wuere.il Painis there,the Planter willstick there
antilibePainaa vanuoed . TuePIastei magnetize,
be Pain away .and I
ttbbumatism , Lameness , jtifiTness, Weakness !
i I it ' jServooaness, Neuralgia, lyspe8ia, Cough
md Colds, Pains aud Aebesotevery kind,dowiieve
uiepatUiUce,PKK4NtSrLY CUKEU.by the mag
calinduencenl the MAUXtTlC PLASTKK. it is the
odjm Jiisteuce. Its tppiicatiei ttauivereal equal j
ly to tdcuroof man , the delicate woman, ana im
.'eebleiafact. To eacband al lit willirove a Bala
tad a Ste.sing . its ase i s tgreeable,ana without t
aoyanc or trouble . Its pric is within reacboi all
rich or poor;allmay haveit,ana alUhoald haveil
wboare Tick, ana suO'erin sin any way .
FARMERS and PUNiKRS should always be sap
plied witbtbe MAGNETIC PIsTtR. It will be the
liood Physician is any household .ready stall imes
and atinatani notice.
Putopln ur-uyb'.iiD boxes. Each oox wii.maki
lix to eight plasters, and any child can spread-them
Pr;-:e25JentEa box.witlifull andplain lirectiocs.
I. C. ,-tlUKLIIEAD, ITI. !.,
Ineenforand Proprift r,19 Walker tlreet ,A'ew Fori
MOUKHKAU't- ilAUNETlC PLASTEh IS &OLI B
ALL UiiUiilST AND DEALERS IS GENUINE
HOW LOST, HOW EELT911
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelcp.
ON THE NATUKE, 1RKATMENT AND SiJICit.
CCkE OV Sl'ER.MATOKHHOKA, or J.J3i!J.i
Weskue5,dexuil "ebility, Nervousness andlnvil
uotary EmisMons, iuditcing Iinpoleucy and iiental
aud Physical Incapacity.
BT ROB. JCCTLVERWELL, U. D.,
-Author of "The Green Book," fc,
Thttwnrld-renoa ned author, in this admirable Lec
ture, ci- any pruteuiron hisowu exerience that
atrial Lou&cqueuceii ' self abuse may be effectually
removed wituout Mediciue and without dangerous
curpic.il operations, b ugies , instrument?, rings or
coi cials, pointing out a mode of cure at nee certain
and ei e tual.by which every sufferer, no ma'ter
wha In.-' condition in iy be, muy cure himseil cacp
lif,P'ieaUly avd radially. This Lecture will prove
a boon 10 thousitiMs aud thouaaads.
Seut under seal to auy address, poit paid, on the
receipt 01 two j ostage stamps, by auuri ken g lr.
CU. J. C.hi.iSE,M.ii.,4SUtirst Avenue, New York,
Post Box, 4586. apr5-Uwly
CLAIIK, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
' CLARK &' FULLER'S
.To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of ail the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cccoannt
21 College Street, fppoute Sevanee Uodsc.
Pnirce Imperial Champagne.
FROM A FPFRWIY.
Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout
. . the Country. . .
THIf line brand of Chnm -aone, which until the
past year wascoi Dned exclusively to the best ta
bles of the C Mined of Europe, has now cbtained
the mnrtunboon-'ed success and popularity in this
country. It is rerrmmended by seme of the Onrt
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on accont t 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 ttis country, the dmand is
normons, and constantly Increasing. Oar arrange
ments are such as to ensure the quality of the Wioe
being mairtahied at its presett high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, we being
the sole Agebts or Messrs. Ds Texobk Co., hi this
country. E. V. HaU HWOCT fc CO.
Sos. 4S8,490snn 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold it Nugbvill by M. & E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner ot Church andColtcge sts.
.JOBS B. ASPER905
CniRCn ANDERSON & CO.,
No. SO rollege street, '
, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
. Oats! Oats!
1 (ff BCSHEIi! or A No. 1 Oata, just received
lUUU and for sale by
niar2!-tr CHCKCII ANDERSON & CO.
Ilui garian Grass Seed.
WE have on band a large quantity of the best
Iiuijgaiian Gthsb t-'eed, wbicu we are selling
low. CUUKCU ANDERSON & CO.
f E hive just received a large lot of TAR, and
? V are off ring it at t he lowest lignre.
tnar2v-f - CHURCH ANDERSOM b CO.
Wliisky! WliUky! Wliisby!
TrE hare in store a lartre quant'ty of the beit of
VV all kinds of the purest WHISKY." All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give us a pussing rail.
- mar29-tf " - CHUKCH ANDERSON & CO.
Sundries ! Sundries! i
"7"OIT can Cnd,atall times, tit our t tore, all kinHs
X or bro erics, Eucn as r-ugars, .ouee, aioiasses.
t-vrups. ., Sc., &c.
mar'28-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
PURE TABLE WINES.
E. LAMBERT & CO., '
53 Cherry St., 53 Cherry St.,
EG to call the attention of their friends and of
the public to the tact that they have for aUo :
Winti cnrqnallcd iatintness red purity;
A Larger Variety than can be found any
wbere else; -
A Yariely of fine TTines ttat tan be fannd
nowhere else, at prices that defy eon-pe-
;;tition; .' ' ,:.
As we deal only in Wine we are DETER
MINED, to undersell all others in the trade.
Parties desiring to purchase willconsult their
inicri-st by giring as a call and COMPARE
our Wines and Prices tx-fore purchasing else-
where. :. . . :-.-'-"...' v
Errry article Importtd anil sold by ns war
" ' ranted genuine. ' ' - - ' ; -v
N. RFor list of TVIues call and get a
circular, 6ent free by mail. ' ?-
Office and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry .sL '
- mar27-tf . - ' .; . K
: ICE!! ICEU!
WE have opened oar lee Depot in the rear of
the State Bank , and UI sil a cheap as uny
In the nvirket Uiat it as good. Ocr Icei-i irorn Para
dise Hilt.tb rteeu miles u.rth of Nashville, aod made
exdnsiveli of the bestSpri:. jr atertn the state, from
f ur to eight Incurs thick. We will open a depot on
south Cherry street a iC. McCrary's grocery store
abooi "he I - A ', "" " ,
IQarlA-u -, - ,B K. ft JJ .RAKRKTr :
J - Tobacco Sale Days-
'. AT ' '-
A: HAMILTON'S. WAREHOUSE, ' r ;
On Jtoidays, Wedneiiayj and. PTidyt,
ATTEST O'CLOCK A M.,
Th. . n . n .tnrit la mlil flT tlHI nurODOJte Of
Soth accumiaodating buyer, and planter, and hope
aiarll-tf .. . A.HAMIXTOS
. r. 1 8 6 0.
. ; ...... - .. . ...
, '.Wo. 42 Collese street," . .!
WOULD call attention to. bis Urge and band
some stock of . -
Boots and. Shoes,
Of every description and fctjle; selected with great
care In m the best makers, a U mane of the beet ma
terial, and workmanship nnrort assed.-
Ibe variety aLd quality t! B-y Hock is such that
the taste of all can be suited, and I am prepared to
offer them at the most satisfactory prices. .
1 Fovr Gentlemen, , ;
Seper French Calf Pump and Stitched Boots;
Congress Gaiters of Frevcb Calf, H rcco, Patent
- . - leather, &. If, Kirt, I jst inland CI th. ' -Oxfords
of trench Calf, Lastn g, Cair, Kid and Mo
Walking Dress Shoes of every description, ic, Ac
French Lading. Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
v Bnfkins and Slippers;
French and ng:ish Kid Congress and Lace Boots.
: Misses and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress and Lace Gaiters, Slip
pers, &c, Ac , Ac. ' .
Boys and Youth's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters of every style, both for
dresB and service.
My supply or Pegjred Wort, Tor Men. Women and
Children, is very large; and will be sold at the low
est price. JOHN RAMAGF.,
roar3l-tf 42 College st.
V3 A W 1 11 Is" 0 1 V Vlt vt'ri'i
A. V. RUTLAND,
No. 30 Culon Mreet,
(SCCCISSOR TO 1. B. & A. V. KU1LAKD,)
IS now receiving one of the most complete assort
ments or B" Ol'S AXl bHOE-i ever brought to
this market, which hap been selected with greatcare
trom the best Manutai turera, exprrss-ly fur the Ke
taii Trade, curaprisiug in pa. t as lollowd: . .
:l?r tlie laaies.
Ladies bUck an brown French Lasting Congress
Gaiters, with heels;
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced G itcrs.heel
. - -and no heels; . ,. ...
Ladies bhick and brown Buttoned Lasting Gaiters;
heel Band no heels;
ladies a love Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Bootees, with and without
heels; - - - . , . ..
Ladies Kxtra Fine Kid Slippers, heel and no heels
Ladies Exxra Fine Eng. Kid Slippers, with heels
1 aced RoseitE;
Ladies white Kid and Satin Slippers, beel and no
f adics VelvetSlippcr; Fnglish Lasting Slippers; Kid
Buskins anu Toilet flippers.
Gentlemen's .uper French Calf Pump Boots, best
Super rr nch Cilf Stitched Boots, best styles;
Super French Call l ump Congn s Gaiters;
lilove hid and I'. L. Cuj t res Gaiitrs;
Ca.f l'ump and Stitcbeu Uxforu lies; '
but kekin Congress Guiters.
B iy'8, Mi?s sand Children's Shoes of all kinds and
Servant's tbocs of every kind
All of which we wi.l seil very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. SO Union street.
mar2-U . A. V. RUTLAXD.
i860 Spriug Supplies. 1S60
Blackman & Gillespie,
, DEALKKS IX, ,
'Koots aM Sliocs,' ' ;
COR. SQUARE A.M DIARKEf ST.,
NasliTille,' Teunesseel;. ;
rTAVEjU'"t received their large and elegant as-
LA srtment oi spring Goous, coisi8i.iijg 01 ever
variety aud sty le of . .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(ntnong which are mauv at ticks tliat, for elegince
f design aud beauty of Duisu,c..nuot be surp.tseti
by any iu the market j
TRUCKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES, Sfe.
all of which are ouered on the most tavorabie terrat.
The publhi are invited to call and examine this
stock. ' .... mai-al-tHm
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Go.
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK of
SHOES, ' 1
VALISES, - t
Carpet Bag. &c.
TTRltock this Spring is very Urge and beautiial,
and gotten up with the greatest care, ai to tl-:
luteBtaud best fetyls by the best manufacturers.
We are well prepared to lur. isa
lAlIi 1VOAO SUOES,i
Ail ip want or SHOES will do well to call on aa as we
wi.l sell them at lxW PRIi ES. .
FAP.RAR. DISMUKR3 CO.,
marlO-2'n No. 45 College Street, Nashville.
, ft Minute
ICE CREAM FllEEZEBS,
As Improved for 1S59.
With Stascpko Iro.v Covkrs asd Bottoms Tinxko.
rpHE only Freezer known which is constructed on
L true c'cientiQc principles.
The Cheapest, Best and most Fconomical; requiring
less ice and less tabor tbau any other, beiug at the
same time the most durable in structure, aud most
ecrtain in i'S operations.
Sole Agent fo'r the UuiteJ Stites. !
v E. KETCHAM k CO.i
Manufacturers of jpanntdand
PlaniFbea Tin ware.
febi8-3m 289 Pearl street. New York
J. C. HARVEY & CO.,
' ' NO. 84 UNION STREET,
ARE selling 20 per cent lower for cash thnn any
bous in Nashville. We have on Laud the veiy
best Kronen and Euclish Goods, consisting oi
CLuTH:-. CASSIMERES ANO VESIINGS. wbi.h we
will make up iu the mesl (Vh.onable st le.and war
rant in ail cases to St aud give saiisiai-ti n or no saie.
J. C HARVEY & Co.
Also, oa hand a large assortment of Gent's Fur-
nisuing fcroous wnicn we iu Ban iw.
apr7-lm J. C HARVEY t CO,
The Barlholf Sfwin? Machinfs
A RE warranted for four years; by a responsible
Comiwny, M). 25, College street, oppcgiie
scwanee uouse. . .
apri!17 . , :
F.ECETVET a supply of I'rrbrellas of Fllk, Alpac
At-ca, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and nit o bers small lur summer use
apr.-tf J. H. McGTLL.
AIWA ll Cn in v uico ui erBiuuig uuuwtur vi
GmQ 811ky Oautt Merino. Casumrc. LiueD,
sale by ' ' 'j. U. M0G1LL.
apro-.f . " -'-.
- Burning Fluid l
TAXXER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard OU, Coal Oil
Ucsoed Oil. i or sale at . J
febss-tt. . . R tlNS . BROWN & CO.3
Fresh' Corn Meal. ;
THE rubaenbtr has made arrtneetnenu wth one
of ibe most extensive mills in Kentucky for
r gular weekly supplies of Family MeV, and is now
r ceiviiig 3000 husiiels which he offers to the City
Trade at slight advance over cosiand crriae " .
.,.,-.. ; a. jenkixs; . :
myM " 15 Marketi.' eeU
-v Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
DKHIKPATRICK & SOXS.Xo 21 Socth Thiko
- Stkbkt, between Market and Chestnut Streets.
Philadelphia, have for sale
. nsr dt sa lted spasisb muss; i ;
Pry and Grean Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil. Tan
ner' and Currier's Tools at the lowest prices ,and
pn the bet terms. ." .'' " - ' ,
Aiikinds or i.eatDer tn the roogn wanted ,t or
which tbe highest market price will te siveo la
cash or bukea inezbaDgefor aidea.4 Leauier stored
tree ofebarge and sold on commission.
The IiiTisible Hearing Apparatus
DR. TJ.VIS, Oculist and Aarist, 127farfmdletst.,
New Orl ans, La., has a newly-invented Instru
ment, for extreme cases of. Iie.tfness. . Witli its as
sistance b person -is enabled to hear with tht -great
est oas to enjoy ordinary conversation and ti hear
at public assemblk-a. ' It rts e mple ely wl hiii tbe
Kar and van be wore. .without th slightest to. -onve-ninnce.
use ohiect of this instrument is to keep the
organ la a constant state of activity , and by an do-
lug, la ticaa to en tble a "prraon to dispense with Its
nso. Cidl and examine or send for a circular. , i
prlw4a..-. - , . .... ... , . . , , I
DU. V . 1 . 1113 UIaEI: , v
(LATB PF KKOIYlIXK.TEXJf. ,)
TENDEKi- hif profesaioualservicef te the citizens
of Nashvillt and vicinity He has been actively
engsged in the practice ot bfs Prefessioc In all its
brancbesfor tbe last sixteen years, and hopea by
who may favor him with aeall. -
- Office No. 42 X Cher rv street, near Capt. StockeU's
aew residence. ResidencePearistreetSouth Kash
ville. . - apr2&-dU
aesiaence.Cor- College and Warns' Avenue
(rOKUCkLT UXt UTREKT,) .
Office JTo. 63 North Clterry Street.
janZT tl . . -
K. J. ITLKS.
GEU. W. BITCEUGX
LYLES & IHTCI1IAGS,
.. .. No. 33 Cedar street, .
WILL at all time buy Negroes suitable for the
Kew Orleans market. All persons havihg Ne
groes to sell will please give ds a cull..
july21-tr LYLES & HITCHISGS.
Shelton's Marble Works!
Charchstreetaextdoor to Corceltns'sCahinet-eht
: XVaaltvIIIe, Icnn,
rrHEandersignet woulciuform hisfriends
-1- ana the pubiicenerally thathe wiiicon -Inuethe
ilAKBLLBLSlMufct iu thiscitv.at
uisshop, next door to Uoruelius'i Cabiuit-ofTTr?
he slock of - , .-.
Rlarhle nonoments, Tomhi, etc,
ffhichhe has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
?reat variety ,Uiii!hed in the most superb manner
He is prepared to manufactureon the shortest notice
Marble Mauteli; and every description o
Marble Work, oi the Uuest American and Ital
an Marble. His work will, as heretofore be war
anted , and hUpricetto suiuhetimes
ian9 tl m. L. SHEI.TON .
"WHOLES A LE DHV GOODS.
Ilats, Botl Sf Stoeg, Ready Made CloUiing
Hardware, Queensicare, 4y.f &c
E. TK ABIE &. W. II. LUCAS.
No. 73 Public Square.
WE will Eell every dnscriptiou or Winter Goods
at low figures to i-losv out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring sto. k. Our Mr. LUCAS
is now iu the Faslern cities soliciting coi sigtuneLts
and purchasing ii.b li.ts Tor C;if.h and short time pa
per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
making their purchases iu this n arket.thut our fctock
will be large auu aitructive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters lu.
good bargains lor Cash and short, prompt puper.
jaul6 11 . IRAUL'li. ALLCAjJ.
Auction aud Commission Card
TO SCUTIIERX mERCiiAMS AND DEALERS.
'1 HE subscribers have ot ened a large and exten
1 s.ve bouse lor the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUolN.S? ANH t-UvihAL ACKNCY,ilb
arrangements lor the constant reception of all kinds
.,i uoous, wares, MercDaiiuie aud Alauuiactuies in
the varioub departn.ei ts of Trade.
It is with cmiiidei.ee and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nushvilie to our varied
and constantly cliai liit; stock, as the Inrger poition
of our coucigumentk are fiom manulacturcrt .jirsi
kandt, or t hot-e forced to Sell to raise lunds. Keep
iu view that -the money is mane in tue putchiise."
Orde.s faithlully attended ! when accnniauied by
the cash. BENJ. F. f-iilKI.i S A CO.,
Central Stores, No. i.1 and 'i College st ,
feb8-tf : Nashville, Teun.
(ieff's Patent Kiiilting Machine,
For Family and Plantalion Use, '
f AKES all kin.M of H siery .T.ppeis, Undersleaves
iVl aud many other articles oi wearing iuarel,
trom Wooleu. Cotton and Silk Yaru. Everv Faiuily
ana Planter should ha e one.
H. C. LEA, General Agent,
675 Broadway, New York.
" AGENTS WAXTED. . marl3-n3m
Ties, Stocks and CraratSs
IrVEKY variety or these a;-ti ls received and for
s sleby J. 11. llcGll.l., ,
apro-tf . Cherry street, cue ducr from Union
Frch Ohio Corn Mea!.
TUST received and for sale bv
J HKSJ . K. fHIFLDS & CO.
Central Kooins, 27 C.illee street.
AN invoice or B ack Eagle, Aligat.T and Oakland,
suitable for sui-ll iami.ies,iust received mid for
aaiu oy ... u.yj. t. tlJl..L,Urf & CJ-,
uiiylT ... Central Koo.us, College eu
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
MOST CONVEX lEA'T ARTIFICIAL IIGIIT
IN THE WOULD! !
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
for elegauce, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The lixiurcs are in. thu same
8lila as the ordinary gig fixtures. j. i
" Priucipal Ageucy at 47. Cooper's Building,
v.uerrj' sireei, wutjre ne ligut can Do sven at any
tiine. " -TUO. H. TAVLOK.
Janl2 ly " , .
. Coal! Coal ! Coal ! .
. A LL persons desiring a scperior article of Coa
Jt eutirely free from latb or Ci.ndkh and making
only Sevex per cent, ashes, should send an order to
tue -ittua Coal Yard, where they can obtain the n?ost
economioalCoalin the city al the following low pri
ces : -
Large Selected Lamp, ' 21centsper Bushfllj
Screened or Round, 19 " 1
Blacksruilh's or Fiue, IS " - -
' Orders can he left Iu Box 94, P. O.. or at tbe Yard
back of the X. At C. R, K. Oeput.
de.2-tf .- ... -r SAL. J .AGN'EW. ...
M. A. PAfilUSil & CO.,
; j , ad , , ' . : ;
- FORWARDIIVG MERCIIANTS,
Froutluf on College and market !.,
. ;".:' South of Uroad, 1
K aslxv i I ic, 71? c u iicssscc.;
'." mar27tf. ', " " .' : " '." i - i
, HAT, .
; 500 bales Prime Timotby Hay;
, 100 bales Race Horse Hay.
. .'" ;.'."' ; CORN. . ".
3000 hoshela Shelled Corn; ; IS
100 : " i Seed . .' . i:
l.t ' tar . " - ."...;.,.
- -' - . BALED OATS. - -'
100 bales Oats; - - - -"
' . r SHINGLES. . -;
600 bundles Prime Shingles;
" ' WAGOX SPOKES,
15.000 Wasou Spokes.
... ' o . SEED OATS. , . .
. 1060 bushels Peonsj lyauia Oata, . ..
- - -". ' MP t L. 'V -
100 bushels Family UeaL -- .- ':.
," 1' ' ': "' , " potvtoes. ', . -t
' 60 barrels Korihera Pjtatoes.7 . ! - " 1
. Tlie above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close.
-nmr27-tr.. - T M. A. PARRISH ; 0.
Kfl Bcles Hungarian Grass Just received and for
eJUsalaby - , - - - .
: - -: ."... .... .MA PARRU3 CO. .
No. 69 Market Str J. , '
r"IVa8lTille,u Tennessee.1 ' ', .
, XT2. have now on band a full and complete as
, VV sortmeot of MACHINES, IUPLEMLKTS, kc.
wuica.we oner at, tne ver lowest pricee: - j
f ireolar Saw Kills,-double and tingle ; i
a Kale's Cider Mill and Corn Saeller ; I
,'f.i. Sinclair Straw Cuttertj
ia it ;. .f 'Wheat Drills r .
Miller! Steel Plows;'
Field Bollert, &e
tepl4-tf "7 ARMSTRONG ' CO.
IN ALL JTS BKAiS 1IES.
- Shop tin Church between Cherry and College sts., '
t " "V f IVasliTille,' Tenn. - -
THE nderstcned rexpectfolly informs the pnblic
tbat he has recently taken the above stahd and
ia prepared to do blacks Hliing in all Ms branches,
such aa Horae-Sboeing, Buggy -Kerariog. &c.,o.,
in tbe beet manner ton at suort notrf:e. '.Ue solioita
a share ct public patronage- " ' ""- t
. . .. ... , TAS. TARPLET; L V
Jan24cf ' . " , ; . - - - - Agent,
GpyVARDS.; GILRES0.y.;& CO.
2(etrecs8erso io. 'iWwa-W,).'--.."-.'- f-t--
Cornrror Celleseaad Chvrch ate., '
Wlicltalt 6roci'.aniI Coauuission
HER C HANTS;,
Pine BraBdics, WitesrCigq;rs,Taljateo,4e
: A Sew ..Supply of Ohio Ecie ZnlicT. l .
1 r Qry lOCNlhi of Freh BuuarDgtre3v'H.ed pe
LOtJ 4 Itihuid, and for sale by -i
' r BESiJ. r. SHIELDS & CO., ;
i apr94f. ; :. ' No. XI College street ' .
. - ;
2 6 :
? ' " p
THE BARNES HOUSE,
J . X . nAKKhs & CO. f . 1 IETGKS
- o, 43, Union Street
FURXISHPS ileah? at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements tor regular supply
of Game of every desci iption , lish, Oj stars, the
very best Wines, and every other article of I .; ry
which can possibly be obtained in Nashvilli. he
house is provided with the best of t'oofcs, and the
best apparatus for cooUing. Eut.ng Hall Cited up in
handsome, Comfortable style. - ...
Nasliville - - - Tennessee
3. MOOUE, Vropvictor.
1 HAVE made exten SIVA nrrfir-.croiY.anfe fv.
1 CeiVine of all the Dtllf.Anisnl lh. enmino o.ocn
3r Fish, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from
;he most celebrated beCi.. Pickles and condiments
Tom the celeb r& ttl Ai!ihl,Bln nl,. n, r r,, .
. . : : "p" k DUCK
weiland Lea A Perrm wlih . inrncnnH u n ..
slock of - .
Wines, Brandies, &c, &c.
ExcellentCOOESand attentive Waiters, th whole
1 der the snpermu n'an . ol' that
cnr9, Mr. CHAKLES PICKLES. -
Ou and after tbe 15th ol September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND -VlGHT.
Railway travelers will limi tnia .rr..w.u..... .v,;.
- - M .M.Kr.l.lVU. M U1CU
tte. HEVEXBFM' THE 2IElR0P0LITASf9.
eenl5-tr ''' ' " : ' ' -
a. j. jox.vuw,
Union St., opposite State Bank,
TAKE pleasure In Informing tbe public that the
have recently titled up a hue .. :
. Eating: and Drinking Saloon,
as above. The." wi" keep constantly on hani a good
supply of G AMi., OYSTERS, FISH , &c ., & c. i'hey so
licit a share of patronage. Good cooks and attentive
waueis.. -, - -8ep7-tf
LEVUTH1X LIV EU STABLE,
NORTH MARKET STREET., '
H'fi nuaersigned beps leave to inform hinfriendf
j. ana tne public that he bus still on hand a oum
berof handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a snlpn
did stud of buggy and saddle horses, for tbe use ol
last young geutson COLKTI.NG EXPEDITIONS, or foi
the accommodation of Young America and Youn.
What man living, or any sort of progrewivespirlt
would be content to snail it behind a fcl.ou HoRSr
when be knows that an A-MALAL OF SPIRIT conk.
AT TflE LEHATnAX STABLFS.
Parties desiring Coacheefor"PIC-NlCS,und safe
"icii iuris,Biiuuiu not lorget what tlie pa
pers said about Tub Vrw Coaca,from the Hviatilu
uoki owiua, 011 ogria aiarket street.
-". J. C. Mcj-ERRAIf, .
. tep20.tr,.. "i , ... . proprietor
EI VERY STABLE.
ITTM.T. WRIGHT A CO.. would rpcn
V rullriufnrni t h.niti,nncnt v..i...iu-
. . . ...V-LVI .1MU1IUB
.nil ttiA mililir. r.ii.nll .K... . 1. i. .
f " - .uni .111 J( UJtP N. I X
purchaseulhe we! Jknown Liver J Stablt and thestocl
aud dxtures.forn erly occupied by Wm.J. Philips joi
l I . . . . t . AA- i . . I. . 1 ' '
jiai .v. i - ut , wrmn iuv oquare .
W llirilr.l.r.l.llc nl k..ci.ll.....
datrdroyers.andaliourfriends whomay favor at
We have i largeuumbero iOneSaddle Hotsesand
ne Buggiei-to hire at all times
- - i wjair
Stable in the.Southemcouutry . Comealong and se.
wi j wi bi eo i .
le03-jy WSJ, WRIGHT S CO.
R. C. M'MIRY & CO
HAVE ON HAND j :
ONE IIUIVDilED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE ; J
ALSO, . .
An Unusually Large Stock of
; PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C OT TONS!
For Servants, which they will tell Tlsry low
by the piece. . . '. . ....
-; $33 Persons not yet pnpplied will consnlt
their interest by ejaming these gooCf, as we
are determined to dote them out - 1
R. C. M'A AIRY & CO.
Extra, Fine Teas, 5
OF all the favonte brands Ke Pins Cite., Gun
Powder, silver Leaf, Young, Hyson, Howqo
Mixturrs, Imperial and Black. , , . . E
For sale j " ' '
apr21.tr v VULTKSi BBOWH '
IHA DOZES Flower Pots, assorted iiiaes, for
iUll aale by , . llAl.VS, BilOWN CO.
i Ground Feed for; SiociaY i V
A IS aiditiobal tapptv Just reeei vel and for tale
by - - - BE.VJ. r. SHlEIJiS A CO. ..
may 10 t -: - - , "- t 2J Collegs street.
-:-!:--;;. Coal on.
------ - .
5BBI5.COAL OIL avery superior article, Jost
received aad for sale by "
0rf AUOXTH AM ALL EXPEXSES; PATD
OvJv,' An eeest is wanted la every town sod coun
tv io the Caked States, to ensure In a reticiable
and easy oasinrp by wnicn the iibvve prt. tits -stay
be certainly realised. For further pariidiiiars ad
dress Or. J. Hkjkt WaRSKa, corner 12th street and
Broadway, K$w York Cuyr eacioa'ag to Postage
Stamp, -j . v, ..:' -i.b'a-tew3a -
Nashville and Chattanooga HIU
Change of Schedule J
Sunday next, April 29, 1860,
Passenger Trains, will im. aa lolluws:
OOIXO KaST. :
' Kashritle at 4 a. m. and S, T. x.
Arrive at Chau tnooka 1 0 r. and 1.45 a. v.
s CilILXO Wk"ST.
. . Chattanooga at 7; 0 a. Jt. and 10 r. ja.
. -arrive at NashriUe .t S r. a. and 8 a.
ALt '"coaneetion, and abortestroate to Boston.
.ewAor.'' I'1,"ntuhia, Baltimore, Washing,
ton Gty, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Kuox
Kew 0rTe! breai"'J . Memphis,
. Both Trains ouaec tat Ftevetisoc with Trains on
Memuhis and Charlesv.B Railroad, cnu at Chauanio
ga with Trai-iaoii East Tennessee aud Ueorgat and
Western and Atlantic Railnds.
Through Tickets may bo In d at any hour on appli
' cation to Ticket Ageut, at office at lepot. to the fol
lowing places, and at the following prices, viz:
Nashville te hew York, via Char;etc.n, S. c. $27 75
. . - o " K. T. A Va. route, b0 S5
'- " " " Savannah j 75
"''' - Philadelphia," -. - 80
" Baluntore, - 24 7
, - Washington, " 2a fxi
Bichnioud, " 25 00
. Petersburg, " - . " 24 00
" Lynchburg. 23 75
Saicm, 1 21 50
- Riir 1 unnet - f - - MH
Virginia Springs, 20 75
Knoxvilie. ' 10 60
" Charleston . . .. . 21 00
S-tv.nnah, . - 21 OU
Macon, , 15 00
" Augusta, 16 50
" . Atlanta, 11 GO
Columbus 16 60
Uocigomery," IS Oo
. Humsville, . ... 7 00
" " ' ' Graud JuncUoa, 1100
" Ucnpbis, - - . 13 00
New Urh ans, " - 25 00
" Holly Springs, KLa. 1) Oil
Canton . 18 50
" F yetteville, 4 90
" " HcMinnville, - 4 SO
apr30-tf . E. w.COLE, Superintendent
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Compa
ny, in connection with too Roads below, are
running an Exp els Freight Train from Charleston
aud Savannah to aashville. at Flower speed, bot with
be same certaiuty a their passenger trams. No de
lay to freights by this 1 oute. E. W. COI E,
Jiia27-tf. ... , . gtipt.
Liouisvillc and Xaslwlile
; . ; RAILROAD.
CllAJMliC OF TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains bb.ween
Nashville and Louisville, makinr close connec
tions at Louisville tor tiew York, Btoor Ph ladel-
pu:a, naiuuiore, asuingion Vtty, isuualo; Angara
Flis, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lorn is, and the Far
On and after Scxbat, Mat the 6th, 1860, trala
will ran as follows:
First traiu leaves Nashville at 5.-00 A JLI.dailv.E top
ping at Gallatin , Bowling Greeu, Ulasgow Junction,
led by a Hag, and arriving in Louisville at 2x0 P
II. Returning, leaves Louisville at 6u0 P. 11., stop
pins as above. and arriving in Nashville at 3ii0
. bocond train leaves Nashville at T20 P.M. daily,
(Sundays excepted.) stopping as first train, and ar
riving ia Loui-vilie a. 20 A. M. Returning leaves
Louisville at 5:10 A. M., stopping aa above, and ar
riving in Niislivilleat 2:20 P. U.
Gallaiiu Ai.cnmodatiou Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 6.-00 P. M., and arriv
ing in Gallauu at 6:52 P. U. Returning leaves Galla
tiu at 7.00 A. VI., and arrives ic Nashville at 9:10
Through tick-ts on sale at the D-pot for all points
North, hiist aud West, wflh a choice of the many dil
tei ent routes .
JNO. B. ANDERSON, Soierintendent.
A. J. FiKtp,Ueucral Ticket Agent.
Cliarleston and Savauuaii
Eaics Bedccei and Speed Increased. -
TXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads On and
J-i after the V4ih of December, lb59, through rates
.uum i.cw iuiftiuiaauvuie;
Hrsttluss, per 10e pounds $164
Second Class, - " l 85
Third CUss, , l IS
Fourth Class, .............. 99
Hats, Caps and Bonnets 2 25
Time frin Savannah and Charleston to Na&hv ille three
three and a halt' and four d.iys.
Time from hew York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and ninodajs.
Intervening S bbaihs caurethe above variations tn
time, as no lreight Irains are run on Sunday over
No detentions by ice or snow. ' Overcharges and
damages (except carnages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nashville and baitunoog Rail-
roao ou ueuvery. m. w. iJVtJiaUH
Freight to Acw Tork and Fhilapelphia
'.-:-- - ' - ON ' '' - -
Cotton and Vlour,
' VIA. - . '
CHARLESTON AND SA V ANN AIL
Cotton per bale of not mere than 500 lbs weight 94 25
t lour per barrel 145
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and
, . tstvannah to New Yoikand Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and expense ol
ttcamers when compressed, it can be freiebted from
New York to Toreigu ports at X to 8 16 less than cot
tou not compressed.
Through receii ts issued by tbe Freight Agent of
tne Aasbvilio a Chattanooga Ka lmad.
C W. ANDERSON, '
dec23-tf . . . v ; General Agent.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW YOUR AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO ; -
Washington City. .;'
C E IV T HAL O H I O
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
ri'ERMINATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
. i the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and froca ail
points in - - - - " " ;
The West, Southwest and Xorlhwest.
Passengers by this route can visit the cities of Bal
timore, Philadelphia, New York and Bosp n attbecost
or a ticket to. New York or Bostou alone by olhei
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of
two dollars only. .. . ..
Sleeping Carsattached to all trains. ; .
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED, . V.
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
points. - . - - - '
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Infor
mation, can visM nil the Eastern Cities at a coiniara
ti veiy small expense.. The bcenery is celebrated
for its wonderful beauty and sublimity ; it is un
equalled hi the world. Its system of Day and igbt
Track Po'.ice ; its splendid equipment; lis exclusive
Telegraph Lines : its large amount of double track t
its tine Hotels, (under the .surveillance of the Com.
pany,) ensures to the pas.-enger, '
, SPEED,-SAFETY AND COMFORT.,
Through tickets and baggage checks can be ob
tained at all tbe principal Railroad aud Steamboat
offices In the West .. '.'-":.'
Afck for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad. . ' '
'- ' W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportttioh. "4.
:- : L. H. CoLE, General Ticket Agent.. - t
E v. FfJtXKR, Genera I Western Agent.
J. V. BRoWN , Gen. Ticket ;en t, C. O. R. B.
, apri't -. : ; ; . v - ... i... -' .-
Edgf field &' Kentucky Railroad
JN jjBltville to ClaiksTille, IIop-
' ; ItinsTllie, Ru.scUTllle7 &C
' '':''''-,'-' "-OJI AND after" c,.i t
Saturday, April- 7th, :1SC0,
' Two Trains Wind from HarksviUe daily.- .
. i " GOING NORTH. H1'1 1
-- Leave Nashvirie at 6 30 A. M. and X 45 F. If.
; Arrive at CiarksviUe 1 25 AM.ud l 15 P.M.
jGOINftSOClH. i-.-ii, - ; '
Leave Clarksville at A. M.- and 2 48 P. II. ;
Arrive at .Nashville 10 A. M. and 7 P. M. ;
j The morniug train from Nashville connects at
Springfield wiiu a t-aili line ol stages to Bufsedville,
Aid at Tali's i-tation, neuT Mate line, with Maugbler
Co.'s daily Hue of lour horse coaches to Bupkina.
vUle,Ki 0 via. Trenton ,Veibrake,e.f t . . k
From Ho-kiuavilJe stages iewve l- r Columbus, Ky.,
paducah.fmitbland, Eddy ville and Bemh-rson.
Fare from Ivashville to HauCerfon $4 60. :! .
- , .. ;!. i r-,.s.j A.ASIihksu.V, "' '
. pr7-tf -.. '. - . . . Chief Engineer.
Notice to 5 Shippers.
XT being el tbe utmost tutporiancefor the propel
protection ol the Track, and to keep out of tbe
way olgraveland other trains, thatfreight trains he
ranatregulai nniforrc rate ot speed, wbichcan ouly
he accomplished by r anningoa schedule time ;there
f ore, I Border that the freigbttraintmaybe ran on
teelime laid down ia the scnedul,il is erdered thai
after thirty days from this date. freight will be re
ceived by tha Nashville and Cnattanwoga .Railroad
Company atSchcdaleStationtonly . ',.
. ... ,...... . -i ?-- ;
Rates on Ftour 'Eciuced.'
THE .Vashvilleand ChattanooghRailroad wtUre
eelve at Nashville,-Wartrace, SaetbyTilieaad
Stations a a N-AC. R. R.eetweeaiiaahvUUaBd rVar
trace,anilclTthroaghreceptsforFour by Carload
toCaarlrtB9ldavanaahatune llr per barre
through i K. W.COLE,
. - 'SptefTressportaiioN.CiB. S.
Ja22-TX - .- ' ' ' '
Delaware, and Missouri State
Capital Prize 100,0301
Wood, Eddy & Co.; Managers.
The Kanag r' t dees are located t Wilmlnxuin Del.
. , j aware, and St. L-raie, Misjr'
: " r. v . Tha foUuWing ' "
Will bedrawn in pabbe ander the superintendence
cf at oru CommtrJtioners, appointed by the tiorer
nor. : ;. ' . - - " - - 5
WOOD, EDDY & C0S LOTTERY
Class No. 312,
Drtwi n Satarday, Job 30tbf I860.
T8 Number 13 Drawn Bailout.
One Grand Prize of $100,0001
I Prise of
60.000 I lSsPrizfaaf
....It,W 1 DO
3 - w
3 c tt
32.396 Prizes antonnting to . , S1.1S6 7b5
NEARLY ONE PKIZE TO EVERY 3 TICKELi!
Wiold Ticiett t20;HalTe $10; Quarteri d
Certificates of Packages in the above Scheme. rnOl be
- eld at tbe following rates.whn is the riii
Certificate ot Packaee of 28 whole Tic eta "M 00
' hlr JS60
- 2o quarter " 74 75
" V.... 26ighth
TO BE PRAWN
JBacli Wednesday in June!
Claa 270 Draws "Wednesday, Jane 6, I860.
Class 282 Draws Wednesday, Jane 13. I860.
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, June 20 1&60.
Class SOG Draws Wednesday, June 27j I860. '
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO ErERY TWO TICKETS.
78 Number 1 13 Drawn Ballot.
One Capital Prize of $37,5001
65 - "
27,040 . ..
32.396 Prizes .... .. .'. .amonntirg to $689,&S9
WholeTicketi S10; Halves $5;Qarter t2 SO
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Certificates of narkxfra in ihn )nnS.)i.ia. .-v.
drawn each Wednesday, will be sold at the todo wing
lies, uieu ifiiuo rifck..
Certificate of Package of 20 Whole Tickets $149 bo
M " 26 Half - . 74 75
" . .". 26 Quarter " . 37 37
IU 0EDEEI2TG TICKETS OBCZBTLTICATIS
Enclosetheamoontof money to our address.for
what you wish to purchase; nam the Lottery in
mcujounisu it iavesiea,na woetner yon wisa
Tholes, Halves, or Quarters, on receipt of
which we send what Is ordered, by first mail, to
gether with the scheme.
Immediately after the drawing .a Printed Drawing
certified to by the Commissioners, wiil be seut, with
AS- Purchasers wil 1 please write their 4i mature
plain, and give the name of their Post OGice .county
AllcommunicaUonsstrictlyconfidential . '
Allpriiesof l,0oo ud under, paidimmediat
y after the drawing otherpriietatthe osualtimeo
Our Single dumber Liotteries,
DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves IS; Quarters $2 50.
Orders for Ticktts er Certlficatea in any of the
above Schemes to be directed to
WOOD, EDDY CO. , Wilmington , Delaware,
or, WOO'J, EDDY Ic CO., St. 1 ouis, Uisa-.ori.
yCirculara containing cbeuee tor the month
will be seut free ol expeuse by adureaiue as above.
3 lhearawing8ii Wtod,Kddy ft Co.'a Lotte-ies
are publish -d in tne New York H-rmld, .vew Yors
lun. sand Xew Yoifcerclaais Zeitung.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERyT
THE next ordinary drawing of the Boyal Havana
Lottery .conducted by the Spanish Government
under the super vis ion of tne Captain beni-ral of Cuba
w U' take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, JulylTtli, 1SGO.
BorteoKumeio 69 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
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$100 000 i 60 " 1 000
60,000 1 60 ",....... 600
B0, 000 I 153 " 400
20,000 20 Approximations.. $.800
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4 Approximations to tbe $100,0o0,er$6O0eacb ;4
of 4(.0 to 60,000; 4 of 400 to 0,000; 4 of 400 to 20.
000; 4 of 400to 10,u00.
VUoleXIeketa $20; Zlalree $10
Unartein $5. '
Prizes cashed at sUehtat 6 per cent dlpcooct.
Biltson all solvent Lanks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
becomes known. -
TJ All orders for Fcbemes er Ticketo to be ad
dressed to DON RODKIULLZ, (care of City Post,)
Charleston, So. Ca. - . may3-td
FEMALE COLLEGE L0TTERT!
' CHARMiED BY THE STATE IX 1858. -
Wt Ci Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH ,G A.
XOVEL Ci liEU
POLICY PLAIN JLOTTERY K ,
Dvlflta MhMli nnri.h.i.rt n malmy .K.I-
Nu a. fcerf . and nay anvamountfora ticzct Lhav m.v
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct. 3, 1859.
' And on every succeeding day t Sunday excepted)
at 6 o'clock,?. 51. . . .
Mi la this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed
in tne Wheel Trom 1 up to 75 and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn fro-n the Wheel. If a person
selects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is among the Numbers drawn, be getsc-e times the
araouut invested.. If two selected numbers are
drawn.be gets thirty for on j; if three selected Num
ber! are drawn, he gets two hundred for one; if four
selected Numbersare drawn , he gets a thousand lor
one; it nvese'ecled Numbersare drawa, Sve thous
and lor one; if six selected Numbers are drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Remember, if two, or more,
selected Numbers are taken , and all of those Nam.
oers so selected are not drawn among tne rwe.ve
Drawn Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank. -
, . Our Havana Plan Lotteries
y DrAWFoCR(4)TiHK3.A Jtf0STH.'; .
And are the mostliberal oTany Scheme ever osered
: W . C DAWSON A CO Managers,
Oct 31 Macon, and Savannah. Ga.
Honse-keepiiig JUade Easy s
TBE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAEE3 will always
iusnre good w holesome bread. or 15 cents yon
can gt one dozen Yeat Cakes, which will make (0 w
lariie loves of the bet-t bread.
60O CAKEs.SU.VUt buAP, hourly expected b
eiprtwa -Almostetery family In Iowa baa used it.
Fur tpring cle.nirg it is luvaiuablo for wshiog
Paint, Looking Glasses, Uilued Work, Marble,bdver . ,
orPlaled W.re. -.'.'-
RKiKlGERAlORS. We have sold a large lot ol
those lamout Philadtli hia Retrtgerators. We Lave
a large lot commg.' 'tbey are wai ranted to give sat
isfaction, as i hey are not eniy tne best hut are the
aprli-tf - ' JaACKJV2IJS JUNUilN.
WATER COOLERS, &
JCST received direct from -the manufacturers and
for sile at lower prices than ever eeiore veld la
this market. - ' ' . 4 -
25 plain Water Coolers, : - .
25 forcelnin lined do. " .--.,-;
10 McDonald's Reirlgerateri v J - : . - - -
. 6 ticbovlev's Paie tde. ' ; ' r
-50 M-sser s 8 B-.mute i-reezers.
2 heamore s Pat. Freezers. "
I alao make plain Ice Cream F rearers to order ei
any f.z. ;
- 50 Dos. Mason's Pal., Screw Top Frail Cass, 1
and 2 quarts. . -
SO doz. P.ain Fruit Cans Tor sea liag. '
40 doa. 1 quart Glass t ruit Tars. . . . -Ice
Pick3 aud Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers. - - '.'-- f
lit ooa. PUtttd Dippers. , ; ,. , '
aprill7 - - '- -i. - ' ' H Collage street. .
&it Lux et Lux Fuit
COAL 0 1 L LA II P S
WEhavejast received another supply of Coal OU
Lampx, am ng which are some very handsome
patteras (or parlors, all fitted wohtheCJJms burner
wuicn la tue last improvement and is immeasurably
saperiorto any other Lamp now before tne pubLo
for eoftnesa and steadiuess of fiaiae, freedom foa
smoke, simplicity ia eourtrection, beauty and ele
gance io duigh .cleanliness and ecouotey. Ooe Lamp
will give the ligh'of four candles aud doea not oust
as much as one- The Oil we have Imported io bare
is tneee Utmpsis a ciear , beautiful rtile,fr.e front
any ufleuaive odor, leaves aog.essp ha spUt
Wholesale h ReUilDtnggiata, No.19 Pebiia roare
Nashville ; Tone . -' ' " ssai.lf
Krt Fxtra rtlv FV .r; too aay. Ertra
ill! wmil. rioar. and 6C bals Saperiee Flear,
jes4receivaAAxA fax sale b . - ... , -
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