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MORGAN & CO.,,
NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE,
-A RE now r--- "1 opening an unusally de-
wc tock or
Embracing a great variety of Xe Articles, Styles,
Ae., which they are prepared to offer to the Retail
Trade, on terra a that cannot be others ise than satisfactory-
1. . e wish t purchases large quantity of
WOOL, for which tbo highest market price in case
will be paid. feb2S-triwswUD
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STORE.
WM. S. EAKIN & CO.
North west corner Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TEA N ESSE E.
' Especial Bargains for Cash or fur short time
prompt paper. m irl-cllf
1 li MOV AL.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
TV. I. FITK,
HATE removed to No. 3, Hicks' Build nir, North
side Public Square, and have received their
SPRING STOCK OP
D R Y GO 0 D S
And ' CloUting, -
To which they invite the attention of Merchants buy
ing in this market. mrl-ly
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALS BS IN
Foreign and Domestic
Varieties and Clothing
oots,Slioes, Hats, Bonnets, &,c.
Ho, 1 Nashville Inn Block.
A HE bow in receiptor their SPRING STOCK, to
which they invite the attention of the trade.
I860. 1860. 1860.
N E W
Importers and Wholesale Dealers iu
Foreign and Domestic
nets & Straw Goods,
No. ii Inn Hlock,
fE are no in rete.'pt of jur vry lirf Ft'- k cf
fPBlMi AM) fcLKMLt;
Which couipriseK all the new styles of importations,
with much care in their selection, aud wc aro deter
mined to oiler oor customers and tho trade gener
ally, our goods at prices that will challenge compe
tition with any market in the United States. We in
vite the trade to give oar 3tock a close and early ex
atrination. GARDNER & CO.
New Spring Goods,
Allison Anderson & Co
Wholesale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
No. 41 Public Square,
HASH VI L.L.E, TENESSEE.
WE are now In receipt of oar Spring Goods, and
desire to invite the attention of our friends
and the trade generally to an examination of our
usn-1 large, handsome and select stock, which we
olfer o acommodating terms.
ALLISON, ANDERSON & CO.,
A. V. SOFTH WORTH,
J Dealers at Wholesale in
Foreign and Domestic!
Clothing, Carpets, Boots, Shoes,
Oats, Binnets, Umbrellas, c,
No. 63 Public Square and No. 59 North Market St.
WE invite tho attention of Merchants to an ex
tensive and brilliant Stock of Goods now opened
and arranged for the Spring Trade
We solicit the patronage of Deale rs, feeling assured
that we were never better prepared to serve their
interest. as regards magnitude of stock, beauty of
styles and liberality of terms. We acknowledge no
superior ability in any city of the Union.
rnul-Sm DuLGLAS & CO.
Thompson & Co.
BEG leave to call the attention of their friends and
customers U the Ones assortment of .
ever broght to tlus market. Consisting of
IIXEN DEMASK, '
Acs in fact, everything coming nnder tb bead of
They have also just received an cxtcn.ive assort
Carpets and Carpet Hugs.
CALL AND SEE TIIEM.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are now in receipt of a complete stock of
LAXDRETU'S Oerden Seeds, of the growth of
llf lUCiAJUAUK SMA IUV UlUW t, w n. vs
, Cucumber, .
Blue Grass, Timothy Clover, Herds Grass, Millet,
ana all ether kinds of Field Seed on hand during tin
tUsnuy -: shaats supplied wKHGardenSeed on
Cossc KaiNS, BROWN & CO.
DOUGLAS & CD
prn nulls, fir
j, o, piwr & CO.
CATALOGUE IN PART
Our Catalogue refers but partially to the GOODS
(kept by up) in their respective departments.
Toour friends and patrons we beg to say, that our
stock will be equal, if not superior to any we nav
heretofore offered; and we most respectfully invite
an examination cf 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 hand
some DISCOUNT for all cash bills. We are now re
ceiving our stock daily.
Black Italian Silks, all wictbs.
Gros DeRhines Lyons, every width and quality.
Lyons Gros D'Naps,bl'k and co!'d.
Black Taffetas, medium and heavy.
Black Armnre Roy ale.
Rich Poult De Soie.
Rich Poult De Soie, Bayadere and Plain.
Gros DeParis,fuIl boiled.
Rich Chene, extra rich.
Rich Robes, t'.-o to ten volants.
Black Yclve', Lyons.
White Silk Serges and Oil Silks
Black and colored Ch allies.
Poplins, Bayadere, Chene and Broche.
Crapes, English and Italian, all colors.
Oriental Bareges and Tissues.
Grenadines and Leons Cloths.
DeLaines , Plaid and Printed.
DeLaines, rich chintz colors
Moriuos.bl'k, white and col'd.
Alpaccas, bi'k, col'd and Brocade.
Black Bombazines, Winter and Summer fabric.
Moreens for Skirts.
Grass Cloth for Skirts.
Clan Tartan Pluidc, Scotch.
Ribbons and Trimmings
French Eonuet Ribbons, every style.
Paris Sash Ribbons, elegant.
Velvet Ribbons, full selvages.
Fuil Mourning Ribbons.
Fringes for Mantillas and Dresses.
Ladies' Promenade Suits.
We opcu this day a second Invoice cf full
Suits lor Ladies. Made up.
Iu this department will be found a very
large and well selected stock of
Black Silk Mantillas.
Black Lace Mantillas.
Black Lace Points.
Handsome Grenadine Shawls.
Handsome Grenadine Scarls.
Men's & Boys' Furnishing Goods.
In this department may be found every kind
and quality of goods necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outfit, consisting in part of
CLOTHS, CASSIMEEES AND TESTINGS.
To be made up
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
All sizes and qualities.
Kid, Silk and Lisle.
Every size and price.
Silk, Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefe.
Suspenders, Cravats and Ties.
Underwear of every variety.
Consisting of a large Stock of Irish Linens of good
width, and manufactured expressly for
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
Also, I illow Linen, Linen Sheeting, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, all sizes. A complete assortment of
Towel?, Napkins, and Doilies, all sizes and prices.
Cotton and Linen Diapers. White and Colored
Fr. and Figured Swiss.
White and Colored Tarteton
India Dimity. -
Naiavek . .
This is quite 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
sacriilccd here, as well as many other very desira
K. C. McXairy & Co
Coal Oil. Coal GWW
J. 11. FINLAY & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,
. Manufactured in Louie, Mo.
rf HIS Oil is almost colorless clear as tbe purest
X Siring Water deordertsed docs not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney tbe beet Oil made in
the East or West, ard took tbe first premium at the
last St. Louis Fair. One trial- is all it nee la to re
commend it te ger.eral use. . Wo have received a
supply of this superior Oil, which we are offering te
the trade by the b rrel only at manufacturers price.
IU2ELL. HOOPER ft CO.,
aprll-tf sar Nos. 6 and 8 Market st
Coal Oil Lamps.
6 DOZEN Coal Of Lamps, of various styles, lilted
with tbe ceelbrtted Collins Burner, for sale by
fcbSo-tr . UAIN3, BROWN 4.CO.
A BLOODLESS - VICTORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
THISenormens quantity i.'th is Invaluable Reme
dy has beei purcbasedbeitizensof tbe United
States during the short time ft has been before tbe
public. Tbe reason for thissatraordinary success is
simply in the actnaltrnth and value of tbe article.
No one buys the MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming ite friend. It performs all that is promised
and carries with it its own Recommendation. Truly
thisisa victory peace tn land bloodless bnt we be
lieve notles glorious than tbetriumpbs of war, with
its fain of earuape and desolation
The MAGNETIC PLASTER is undoubtedly tbe
Greatest Strengtbener and Pain Destroyer that Scl
ence hag yet discovered. iryouputthisPiasterany
where, if Painis there ,the Plaster will stick there
ontilthePainhasvanisned , ThePlastermagnctizet
he Pain away , and
Rheumatism , Lameness ,Stifl"ness , Weakness ,De
oility , Nervousness , Neuralgia, Dyspepsia , Cough
and Colds, Pains and Aches of every kind,downeve
to Corns ,are I M MEDIATELY RELIEVED, and , with
ttle patience, PERMANENTLY CURED, by the mag
calintluenceof the MAGNETIC PLASTER. Itisthf
iimnlesturest jiai'Cfet J)leasantestandcheapesremi
edyin existence. Itsappiicatienisuniversal equal
ly totbestrong man, the aeiieate woman, anomi
feebleinfant. To eacband al lit willprove a Bain
and aBlessing . Its use i sagreeable ,and withoutan
noyanceortrouble . I ts price i s within reach ofall
rich or poor ; allmay bavei t, and allshould baveil
whoare sick, and suueringin any way.
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup
plied with tbe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be th
Good Physician in any household ,ready stall imes
and at iustantnotice. -
Putuplnair-tigbttin boxes. Each box wil:mak
sixtoeiKhtplasters,and any child can spread them
Price2Scent8abox,witbrutl andplaln directions.
. C. BIOBEUEAD, M. ID.,
Inoentorand Proprict r,19 Walker tlreet ,A'ew I'orl
MOREHEAD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER IS SOLD Bi
ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE
HOW LOST, HOW HESTO
Just Pvbhshtd, in a Sealed Envelcjx.
ON THE NATCRE, TRKATMENT AND SA3IC1L
CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Semuil
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Invol
nDtary Emissions, iuduciug Impotency and Mental
aud Physical Incapacity .
Bt ROB. J. CCLYERWELL, M. D.,
Author of "The Green Book," c,
The world-renowned aothor.in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves Irom his own experience that
awful consequences of self abuse may be effectually
removed without Medicine and without dangerous
Surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or
coruialsi pointing out a mode of core at ence certain
and efie-tual.by which every sufferer, no matter
what his condition may be, may cure bimseircaeop
ly, privately and radically. This Lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post paid, on the
receipt of two postage stamps, by aadressmg Dr.
CH. J. C. KLINE, M.D., 480 First Avenue.New York,
Post Box, 4586. apr5-dwly
CLARK, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
CLARK & FULLER'S
To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cocoannt
11 College Street, Opposite Sewanee Honse,
Prince Imperial Champagne.
from a F.PFRXAY.
Sold by all reFpectable Dealers throughout
THIS fine brand of Champaene, which until the
past year wasconflced exclusively to the best ta
bles of the Continent of Europe, has now obtained
the most unbounded success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by some of the first
Physicians of tho city of New York, over all other
wines, ot account of its extreme purity and delica
cy, and those who once try it raroly use any other
brand. Although only one year has elapsed since
its introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and constantly increasing. Our arrange.
mcnts are such as to ensure the quality of the Wine
being maintained at its present high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, wo being
the solo Agents of Messrs. Db Vksocb & Co., in this
country. - E. V. HACGHWOCT b CO.
Nos. 488 , 490 and 492 Broadway , New York.
Sold ic Nashville by M. t E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Chunk. andColtege sts,
.JOBS H. ASDER30X
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.,
No. SO College street,
1 C ff BUSHEI.S of A No. 1 Oats, just received
XKJKJyJ and for sale oy
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
TrE have on hand a large quantity ef tbe best
iv Hungarian Grass Seed, wbicn we are selling
low. CHURCH ANDERSON h CO.
E have just received a large lot of TAR, and
are offering it at tbe lowest figure.
m&r2tt-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Whisky! Whisfcy! Whisky!
TX TE have in store a large quantity of the best of
VV all kinds of the purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON CO.
Sundries ! Sundries!
YOU can find, at all times, at our store, all kinds
of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coffee, Molasses,
t-vrups, tc. sc.
'mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON fc 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 lact that they have for sale
Wines unequalled in fineness and purity;
A Larger Yariety than can le fonnd any
A Variety of fine Wines that can be fonnd
; nowhere else, at prices that defy compe
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 ns a call and COMPARE
oar Wines and Prices before purchasing else
ETery article Imported and sold by us war
N. B. For list of Wines call and get a
circular, sent free by mail.
- E. LAMBERT & CO.,
Office and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry st,
mar27-tf ; .
WE have opened our Ice Depot in the rear of
the State Bank. and will sell as cheap as any
in the market that is as good. Oct ice Is from Para
dise HiU, thirteen tulles north or Nashville, and made
exclusively of tbe best Spring Water in the State, from
four to eight inches thick. We wiU open a depot on
South Cherry street a tC. McCrary's grocery store,
about i he 1 V f A
marlft-U . B E-ftJ.J GARKKtr
'Tobacco Sac ttays -
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and 7ridayi,.
AT TEX O'CLOCK J.. M.
This arran cement is made for the puropose of
both accommodating buyers and planters, and I hop
win be satisfactory.
18 6 o.
JOHN RAM AGE,
No. 43 College street, ' -NASHVILLE,
WOULD call attention to his large and band
some stock of
Boots, and Shoes,
Of every description and style; selected with great
v. Hum iuo ovsi matters, an made of the best ma.
terial, and worknunshiD nnnmiui
. Je variety and quality of my Stock is such that
tbe taste or all can he suited, and I am prepared to
offer them at the most satisfactory nrices.
Super French Calf Pumn
Congress Gaiters of French Cair, Morocco. Patent
ltha. Polf r;J : . '
"-"1v.u,iiiui ijwuugana ciotn. -Oxfords
of French Calf, Lasting, Calf, Kid and Mo
rocco; Walking Dress Shoes of every description, tc, kc
French Lasting, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
- Buskins and Slippers;
French and English Kid Congress and Lace Boots.
Misses and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress and Lace Gaiters, Slip
pers, &c, 4c , &c.
Boys and Youth's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters oT every style, both for
dress and service.
My supply of Pegged Work, for Men. Women and
Children, Is very large; and will be sold at the low
est price. JOHN RAMAGE,
mar3I-tf ' 42 College st.
rspit, stock Ft
A. V. RUTLAND,
No. 30 Tnlon street, ,
(SUCCESSOR TO J. B. &. A. V. RUTLAND,)
IS now receiving one of the most complete assort
ments of BOOTS AN I SHOES ever brought to
this market, which has been selected with greatrare
from the best Manufacturers, expressly for the Re
tail Trade, comprising in part as follows:
For tlic Vtaaies.
Ladies black an brown French Lasting Congress
Gaiters, with heels:
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced G Iters, heel
and no heels:
Ladies black and brown Buttoned Lasting Gaiters;
beelsana no neeis;
Ladies Glove Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with
out heels; .
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Bootees, with and without
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Slippers, heel and no heels
Laced Rosetts; -
Ladies Extra Fine Eug. Kid Slippers, with heels
Ladies white Kid and Satin Slippers, heel and no
I adies Velvet Slippers; English Lasting Slippers; Vid
Buskins and t oilet suppers.
Gentlemen's Super French Calf Pump Boots, best
Super French Calf Stitched Boots, best styles;
S uper French Calf fump Congress Gaiters;
Glove Kid and P. L. Couress Gaiters;
Calf Pump and Stitched Oxford Ties;
Buckskin Congress Gaiters.
Boy's, Mifscsand Children's Shoes ofall kinds and
Servant's Shies of every kind.
All of which we will sell very cheap for Cash
Call at No. 30 Union street.
niar26-if A. V. RUTLAND.
1SG0 Spring Supplies. 1S60
Blackman & Gillespie,
Boots and Shoes,
coic. square: AM UliBKET ST.
TTAVE just received their large aud elegant as
XI sortment of Spring Goods, consisting ot every
variety and style ot
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(among which are many articles that, for elegance
of design and beauty of Qnisii.cunuot be surpassed
by any in the market J
TRUXKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES, Sfu
all of which arc offered on the most favorable terms.
The public aro invited to call and examine this
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co.
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK or
Carpet Bags, '&.'
"UR stock this Spring is very large and beautiful,
and gotten up with the greatest care, as to in
latest and best styles by the best manufacturers
We are well prepared to furnish
WAlIi uoaiv snofis,
All In want of SHOES will do well to call on us as we
will sell them at LOW PRICES.
FARRAR, DISMUKES CO.,
marl0-2n No. 45 College Street, Nashville.
J5 Minute -
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As Improved for 1S59.
WrrH Stamped Irox Covers axd Bottoms Tissnm.
THE only Freezer known which is constructed on
true Scientific principles.
The Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
less ice and less labor than any other, being at the
same time the most durable in structure, and most
ecrlain in its ODerations.
Sole Agent fo'r the United States .
E. KETCHAM & CO.,
Manufacturers of Japanned and
Planished Tin Ware.
febi8-3m 289 Pearl street. New York.
J. CHARLEY & CO.,
NO. 34 UNION STREET, .
ARE selling 20 per cent lower for cash than any
hous- in Nashville. We have on hand the very
best French and English Goods, consisting of
CLOTHS, CASSLMERES ASU VK5TING3, wbicn we
will make up in toe most lasmonaDie style, ana war
rant in all cases to fit and give satisfaction or no sale,
J. C. HARVEY & C.
Also, on hand a large assortment of Gent's Fur
nishing uooas wnicn we iu sail iow.
apr7-lm J- C. HARVEY & CO.
The Bartholf Sewing Machines
ARE warranted for four years; by a responsible
Company, No. 25, College street, opposite
f .ECEIVED a supply or Umbrellas of Silk, Alpac-Xt-ca,
Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and nd others small for Summer use
aprS-tf J- H. McGILL-.
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Gauze Silk, Gauze Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconet and Cotton, received and for
sale by .... J. H. McGILL.
rpANXER'3 OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
X Linteed OU.for sale at
feb25-ir BAIN3 BROWN t CO.'S
Fresh Corn Meal.
THE subscriber has made arrangements wth- one
of the most extensive mdls in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family MeaJ, and is now
receiving 3000 bushels which be offers to the City
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage - .
myl2 15 Markeui. eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
DKIRKPATRIOK & SONS, No. 31 South Third
. SntsxT. between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, have for sale .. . , . -
DRY& SALTED SPAXISH BIDES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner 'sand Currier's Tools at the lowest priceand
upon tbe best terms. -,
$ All kinds of Leather in the rough wanted,! or
which tbe highest market price" will be given in
cash or taken in exchange for hides. Leather stored
free of charge and sold ou commission. - - - -
septl 3 ra aw
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
DR. DAVIS, Oculist and Aurist, 127 Carondeletst.,
New Orleans. La., has a newly-tn vented Instru
ment, for extreme cases of Deafness. With its as
sistance a person is enabled to hear with the great
est ease to enj.y ordinary conversation and to bear
at public assemblies. It rests completely within the
Ear and can oe worn wiuoatine suguiest inoonve-
niance. One object ox this instrument is to Keep tbe
organ in a constant state of activity, and by so do
ing, In time to enable a person to dispense with Its
use. lau ana examine vr kuu iur it eireum.
prl-8m - . , '
' (LATE OF KNOXYILLK.TEXX.,) '
of NashTilleand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in tbe practice er his profession in all its
brancheefor tbe last sixteen years, and hopes by
who may favor him with a call.
- Office No. 42;Cherrv8treet,nearCapt.SocEeirs
new residence. Residence Pearlsireet .South Nash-
viile. ..w.. - . aprtS-dtf
DR. JOHN W MORTON,
Sesides.ee, Cor- College and Watkins' Avenue
, . . (posh kki r xisx stum,) .; i
Office No. 63 .North i lierrj Street.
jan27 tf : . -' . . - '
E. J. LTLXS.
GEO. W. lllTCIll.tCX
: LYLES &. II1TCHINGS, :.
n v. vcur treei9
TlflLLat all times buy Negroes suitable for the
v t New Orleans market. All persons haying Nc-
gructi iu ben win piease give us a call.
july21-tf LYLLS & IjrraiLXGS
Shelton's Marble Works ! ; ;
CuarcLstreet, next door to Cornelius'Cabinet-th
A'asliville, Teuo. '
r a ijicuuuersignet.wouii.iniorin uitirienug ita.
X . andthepubiicgciierally thathe willcoo -Cwj
inucine iiAKBi.tbiM.Miit rn tins city ,at
uis3hop,uext door to Coruelius'tCabiiiet-ctiiniff-
he stuck of - . -
marble Mouumeute. 'Tombs, etc.
Whichhe has.onexhibitiou and for sale, embracing v
reat variety ,iiuished in the most superb maimer
He is prepared to manufactureon the shortest notice
Marble illautels; and every description o
Harble Work, ul llie finest American aud Ital
an Marble. His work will, as heretofore, be war
anted .andhispricesiesuitthetimeB . i
jan9 tl ; . , , il.L. SHELTON
; WHOLESALE HUV GOODS, i
.' BatrBoeta Sf Shoes, Beady Made Clothing
- Hardware, Queevstcare, S,-c. Szc. - ' '
E. TUABIE & - 11. LUCASj
No. 73 Public Square.
WE will sell every description' or Winter Goods
at low figures to rsloae out ns near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock, i Our Mr. LUCA3
is now in tho Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa.
.per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
making their purchases in this market, that our stock:
will be large and attractive, and. we pledge our
selves that our house shall be bead quarters for
good bargains for cash and short; prompt ppcr.- .
. janlo tl - ... , . - TRABCE & LUCAS.- !
Auction and Commission Card.
TO SCUTHIEN JHEECHMT& Ai'D DEALERS.
'I 'HE subscribers have opened a lnrgeand exten
A si ve house for the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUoINl Ss AND GLNEliAL AOKNCY ,wijh
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
ot Goods, Wares, Merchandize and .Manufactures in
the various departments of Trade. - -'
It is with confidenceand pleasure that wo call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from manu!actarer.rsf
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
OrdetS faithfully attended te when accompanied by
the cash. BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
Central Stores, No. S7 and 29 college St., J
feb8-tf Kashvilie, Teun.' '
GoWs Patent Knitting Machine,
For Family and TIa nt a t i on Use,
MAKES allkind of Hosiery ,Tippets,Underslc-aves
and many other articles 01 wearing apparel,
from Woolen. Cottou aud Silk Yarn. Everv Family
and Planter shouid have one. '
H. C. 1J-:, General Agent, '
675 Broadway, New Vork. -
AGENTS WANTED. mar!3-dSm
Ties, Stocks aud Crarats.
EVERY variety of these articles received aud for
sale by .. J. II. McGlLI.,
. apr5-tf Cherry street, one door from Union -
Fresh Ohio Corn Meal
rUST received and for sale "bv
BENJ. V. MilEI.PS CO.",
maylO Central liooms, Si College street.
A N invoice of Back Eagle, Aligator and Oakland.
a suitable for small iuiuil:es,.1ust received aud for
saie oy bk.j. . NUtUti & CO.,
miyl" Central IJooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Slost Brilliant,
MOST COHERENT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT .
IN THE WORLD I !
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures arc in the same
style as the ordinary gus fixtures.
U3, Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's .Buildiug,
iuerry street, wuere ne ngut can Oc seen at auy
time. - THOS. U. TAYLOR.
janl2 ly "
Coal Coal ! Coal
A LL persons desiring a scj'kkior articta of Coa
entirely free from iuts OKCisoERsnd making
ouly Sevkn per cent, ashes, should send an order to
the Aiuia Coal Yard, where they can obtiiin tho n'ost
economioal Coalin the city at- the fellowinglow pri
ces : ..
. Irge Selected Lump, ' 21 cents per Bushel:
Screened or Hound, "
Blacksmith's or Fine, . -15 --"--
Orders can be left in Cox 94,P.O-.'r at tho Yard
back of the N. & C. R, R. Dciiot.
dec22-tf SAML. J, AGNF.W. .
M. a. mmisu & CO.,
Produce, Comniissiou -...
FORWARDHVG MERCHANTS, :
Frontlnsr on College and market eta.',
- South of Jtroad,
K asUT 1 1 le, Tr c n nesssec. -
mar27-tf ' , - . , .... ;..!
' HAY. ' ..
' 600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
. 100 bales Race Horse Hay.
" CORN. '
S000 bushels Shelled Corn;
100 Seed " T
600 ' " Ear " '
- j ' .'BALED OATS.". ""
-.. n i
100 bales Oats;
100 " Straw. "
- ' ' . ' SHINGLES. , ' ' "'I ; '.'., J.. '.
' 600 bundles Prime Shingles; ... . y4
WAGON SPOKES. .. v :-.- .
25,000 Wagon Spokes. . .. . c
SEED OATS. '" ' i:.
1000 bushels Pennsylvania .Oats. . : .. ..i
. " : .- -1 . mel;
100 bushels Family Meal. i ' ; :..u-
.... POTATOES.' ' , -' ' '
60 barrels Northern Potatoes." "
Tbe above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close
il. A. PARRISH j ' no. .:
Fl( Bcles Hungarian Grass just received and for
J sale oy
M A PARRL3H CO.
ARMSTRONG &: C
";;., Ko". 6? Market Str" ; i V. ( . .
WE have now on hand a foil and complete 'as
sortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
which we oiler at the very lowest prices: - ... ...
irctdar Saw Kills, double and single J ' 1 "
Male's Cider UiU and Corn Sheller ;' -
Sinclair's Straw Cutters; " ;U
-.' "Wheat BxUlBi .' 1'?
Miller's Steel Plows;"
. Field BoUers, &e
scpl4-tr - ' ARMSTRONG & CO.
. BLACKSMITHING -
IN ALL ITS BltAJXi;UES.
. Shop on Church between Cherry and Coltegesia.,
IVasUTille,Tenn. - c - -
THE undersigned rcspectrully informs the public
that he has-recently taken tbe above stand aud
is prepared to do Blacks, itblng in ail its branches,
such as Herse-thocipg. Bujgy -Repairing, Ac, &c,
in the best manner and at snort notice, lie solicits
a share of public patronage.
JanH-tf; ,-: . i - . AgeaW '
JO. XD WARDS. . . K. GILKBSOS. f K. T, JEDWAJU'b., .
EDWARDS, GILKESON CO.
(scccxasosj io o. rnw m,)- ' '
Corner of College Hd C bare lists., -
- Whc'esale erocers and Commission
M E E C H i N T S:,
Fine brandiesrfinfsf Oijarj, Tobacco, tc
octii-'tr - -, -' "V
A New npply of Ohio Eole BcUer. ;
"I fZ( y POCKDa of Fresh Butter Aust reaeared pes.
Iui7 f Toland. and for sale by t .
. - BENJ. r. SHIELDS ft CO ' ' "
prt-tf w. u w-.. Ko. t7 College streetj "
. ; ...v i - r . is '
& J- - 3 - ' 0 3 1
. ST J0- - ...w;k. - .
te . tr i i
- -i - us--'
SS CO . , : 7 , ;
- rr. I -
C2 o R
fl -c - '
THE BARNES HOUSE,
T. BARNES &. -CO TP '
1No.'43i ITiiIon Street.
TjnTRNrFHES Meals at all hours,day and night, and
X has extensive arrangements tor regular sonnlv
of Game of every description. FiEh, Oysters, the
' ii iurcTmuu cvrj viuer itriicie 01 1 ry
which can possibly be obtained, in Nashvillejl " he
honse is provided with the best of Cooks, and tb
i, . ,1 .. 1 . i- i-. 1 '
ura uiJuarHiuK iur ciuiiDr. naimr nail mtHffTin n
luiuuMiiur, vuuiiuriauie siyie. . (j j
E A T I N fjHLDJI S E ,
..iiivoiLniaiB,, . .
y 5' Tenneiie;
3. iOOUE, VropvietOF?
"I HAVE made extcTTSTcTrrangemctits for the re.
- tcivn.K in an me DEUcaciKsol the coming season
or nsn, t lesli and Fowl; our Ovsters will be from
the most celebrated beds. Pickles and coedimente
Irom the celebrated eslablishmeu ts ol Cross Is Black
wkUand Lea & Pen-in, with a largeand wellselected
. . Wiues, Brandies, &c, &c.
txceiieutcooKSand attentive Walters, the whole
u uer vue superinicnoance or that well-known Eni-
On and after the 15th oeilemIr w. wilt Kn r
pared tn wait uuon our customers. DAY AVnviiiHT
Railway travelers wUI find this arrangement to their
auvaniuge r . - ,
REMEMBER THE MElROrOLITAiis.
set.l6-tl 1 L
- A. A. JOMA.'lDf'
Union st., opposite Sta'teilanitj
TAKE pleasure in' informing tlie public that they
have recently fitted up a tine - '
Eating and Drinking Saloon!
asnbore. The., wi!' keep constantly on hand agood
supply of GAiLE,OYSTERS,FISH,&c.,&c. - They so
licit a share or patronage. . Good cooks and atteutir
M'F EE BAN'S
LEVIATflAN LIVERY STABLE,
' -NORTH MARKET STREET. .
THE undersigned begs leave to inform his'fnends
and the public that be - has still on hand a num
ber of handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a epirn
did stud or buggy and saddle horses, for the use I
fast young geutsou COURTIXG EXPEDITIONS , or for
the accommodation of. Young America .and Young
America'sSweetheart;-" "-' -- I
What man living, of any sortof progressivespirl
would be content to snail it behind a SLOW HOHSH
when bo knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could
be obtained . . , ., ,
: -. . AT. THE ".IIYUTIIA5 , STABLES. "tiv.
Parties dcsiruig Coachcsfor "riC-NICS,"andsare
tnd careful Drivers, should not forget what the pa-
iicibmiu auuui iuEiMWLuic,irom tneLEVuniAS
ijveiit eraBtts, ou Aorth alurket street.
J. C. McyERRA, '
, sep20-tr , . , , f proprietor)
lal VERY. STABLE.
WSr.T. WRIGHT & CO., would respect
f ullyi uf orm t h es i tizen s of Nash vill e
aud tho public generally thatthevh
ana uiiures,iorD eriyoccupirfl oy U m.J, Philips jor
r ; We ha vs ttrst-ratelots and box-stalH t
datrdrovcrB. and a Hour friends who mar r.vnr
e picugeourselveitosi veatisractioninaUcases
Webavez largf nuuibero iQneSaddlc Uorsesand
oe BuggiesiouiroaAau times
Stab4etothe.-5oBtheriicoontry . Comealongandsei
for yourselves.-i -, i , ' - -
I febS-ly - WSI.T". WRIGHT t CO.
II. C. Jl'iVAlRY & GO"
HAVE ON HAND"
ONE ; HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
f.. ! -i i
i... COLORED AND YHITE '"" "':"'""
:;.i. ...xAtii ;i:--Lif::v;r
: Unusually Large Stock 'of
PLAINS PLAlD AND STRIPED
C O T TJUN S!
For Servants, which they will .soil very low
by the pk-ce. ,f i ,t -cjti'uo ci,.-
. ..3 Persons not yet. supplied wiltconsolt
their interest by examfag'thesVgbrxif', 'as we
art ddertninta to cksttkax out:, luill v. . : -
i ExtraTine Tfias,.a
OT all the favorite brandfs-Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver Lear,. Young riyson, Howqu
Mixtures, Imperial and Black.
' " For sale by . - ,-, i,
prSl-tr -. '-'-'"RAINS," CS0WX , , .',
i DOZES: Ho wer;
Pots, sforted steea, ror
R.UXS, BKOWN feCO;
aprSIf .. . -,-
Ground Feed, forlSlock.:
N. additional supntr jort- reeelve- n for sale
;r ., - iEjJwV KHIEUiS si CO.
'X " fnal 011. :
K BBts: COAT. OIL' aVery .supcjioj .article. Just I
ej received' ana ror saio oy , ..- . .
.fcVa5-f c(i..r. I' vl .RATS3yTBliqWN;CC.
: i ' F.MPiiOi: mew.
Af-fY A MOVnt AHl A IX. -SJ't..tf rAkV.
in the Caked States, to e sag in it jespaUe
and easy lmsiness Vy which the -beve jirofltat SMtj:
be eertiihly reallged.: For further PAridculars" ad
.ms Dr; i. HsxsT Wjjrn.lr; t;oi-ner12:U BtreeUaSd
Rroadear. Nw Tork Cltv. esoloA'ag one "Postage
Bump, i i-j -ix-.v L-.e.eJ 4aWBwftaV4
, .t... Jg .?.- i...Q j
. . ... O. . f.r 2
Xashrille and Chattanooga li.Ii.
Change 4of :Schedule.
' ON AND AFTER
Sunday neit, April 29, ISGO,
Passenger Trams, wdl run as ioUows:
UUUU Ji AST-.
Iave Nashville at 4 A. v.aed i.r. a. - ""
. Arrive at CliausooCalUiOJ'.u,aud 1.45 a. ji.
U . - COMIKO WESTi. - " "
Iave Chattanooga at 7:" a. n. and 70 P. Jt.
A1 rive at.Kashr pie nt 5 e. M-aud a. m.
ville, Savannah, CharL-iiioo,Alosit:eniery- Memphis,
-i.201'1"-?""" Stevenson" with Trains on
Meuijaau tuariistui BaUread, and at CUattanoo
gam rraiason Jiist Ten nessee and Georgia and
Western and AUaui iUapa in1ii.
-juruugii i n.j.ciijnay ue Dad at anv hour on appli-
' S3 75
. 21 60
l-Kimon, w imi'
Richmonf7 " '
a a r
. Saiem, , '.'-x . ;
Virginia Springs, 20 75
.1 , gbawsviUer L
iA t .U Charleston,1 :
Sivonnah, -i . r -Macon,
Aoeusta, : ' v
Atikata, t.' ' ;
Grand smetiea, ..t
New Oriians, .
j lolly Sprui., Miss, . ,-
Fyettevllle. - - J
' 11 00
. 1 00
. 18 60
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
rTIHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Com pa
-a. ny.in connection with Uie Roads bekw, are
ruuning anr.xp.ei8 r reignt Train from tnarlesum
iaud Savannah to aashville, at slower speed, bnt with
he same certainty as their passenger trains. Node
lay to freightsby this mute, EW. C01JE.-
, Cliarleston and Savauiiah.
': Baits Etdnted and Speed' Increased. '
TixPKtS Frlht Traina on all tho rn.it. nn A
lAZl ar the24Utof Deeember, 1859, through rates
trom new xors to asuviuet v -
" First Class, per 100 pounds...., ..I ..tl 64
..Second Class; ,fl . . 1 35
Third Class, " " , ,118
l Fourth Class.' .' r-.n-: . ..... ' oo
Hats, Caps and Bonnets.... ............... 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nasiu illc three
. 4 tbreeand ahalf and foor days.'
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and uino dajs. -
- IntervepingS bbatbs causethe above variattons in
time, as no freight irains axe run on Sunday over
three lines. ' ' - 1
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nashville and Chattanoogn Rail
road on delivery. ' , C. W. . aNDEKSON i
I dec23-t( : --:."v'
! Freight to Jiew York and PMlapclphia.
'.'. -' os ' '-
, Cotton aud .if lour, - .
J "." , . . -..VIA. ... . ..
" ' CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH. -
Cotton r bale of not mere than 500 lbs weight $4 25
.flour per Darret l 45
o insurance necessary except from Charleston and
' " iSavannah to New Yoikand Philadeliihia.
- iJ .Cotton compressed at the option and expense of
steamers when compressed, it can be freighted from
'New York to foreign ports at yi to 3 16 less than cot
ton not compressed.. - , . i
, Through receii its issued by the Freight Agent of
tne asn vine - a iroaitanooga naiiroai.
. , - -C. W. ANDERSON,
" dec225-tf ' " ' General Azcnt.
Uveal s" National - llontc.
'To Raltimore,' Pliiladelpliia,
NEW YOUR AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO '
ri ERMINATE at Baltimore and Washington City en
1" the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from ail
points in .
r jhe West, Southwest and Xorlliwt&t.
'. ' Patenters by this route can visitthecitiesof Bal
: timore, Philadelphia, New York and Bostf n at the cost
i of. a .ticket to, New .York of Boston alont by. othet
i t Through tickets can be procured vis. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities atan additionalcUarge oJT
1 cvn llAllav-tf ntitv -
jtileeping Caresttaehcd to all trains.- ' t
j t.. ,7 TICKETS GOOD; UNTIL VgED, . ;
" With tie privilege of stopping .off at all principal
ipoluts.'-- - ' . - ' - '
. Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or- Inforc
jniation, can visit all the Eastern Cities at a compara
itively., small .expense.- The-tioeaery is celebrated
; lor its' wonderful beauty and sublimity j it is an
- equal If d tn the world.' Its system of lay and Ight'
'Track Police vitsjik'Ddid equipment ; lis exclusive
Telegraph Lines . its large amount of double track;
titstise Hotels, -(under the' surveillance of the Com
:pany,) ensures to the passenger, -i." , i
f'l SPEED, SAFETY, AND C0MF0RT.;. D. '
Through tickets and baggage checks can be ob
tained at all the principal Railroad and steamboat
offices in f he West u.;i ;i . : vn ..i
Ask lor Tickets via. Baltimore ! and Ohio
,. ., Railroad..; -,: .
"- W. FT SMITH, Master of Transportation.
jtLi M. OoLE.GeneralTieket Agent. --- '-'"" "S
K W. FUlXER, General Western Agent. . , ,,.
"J.'W- BROWJf , Qen. Ticket Agent, C. O. K. H. t
apri'l t i. - - ' '' -:. . . . :''. -'.I. L-'
Edgpfltld &' Kentucky Railroadi
tfi3 CiAS'si tl!h
NasUville to Clai ksville, Hop
' j vJunsviJle, Ruasellville, &c.
' ! 'J.il i-: .ON-AND AFTER ''-' "rJ '
! Satuidayv April 7th, 1860, '
1 .. Two Trains to and from riarksviUc daily.
' " GOING NORTH- , j. ., tA
i Leave Nashville at' 6 30 A. M. and 2 45 P. M. ,
..Arrive at CIarksvUfe.lD35 A. U. and 7 15 P. M. '
i v.l .1. WIXGSOCTH. ;;'i---.Y
- 'Leave Clarksville at 6 A.M. and-4 4 rHrfn-J'-lArrive
at Nashville 10 A;Mand.7 P. JI.,:.?
iThe morning train from Nashville connects at
Springfield with a uatly line of stages to Russellville,
aud at Tail's station . near ftate line, r ith slaughter
Co.'s daily liue of four berseooaches to Hopkins-
ville, Ky., via. Trenton, rembrase, fce-"
From Hopkinsvilie stages ieave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducab,mithland, Eddyviile and Henderson.
Faefrom-ashville to Hendermn $4 60.
- -,,t -.t i !A,AKDERj05LliGi--
i i - aj ... y i j
rThfiinrroi toe nwnostlmportaneerer tne -proper
X protection of the Track, and to keep out f the.
way oi grave iaoa uiun vraiu., .u.n icipuin .ui. u
run at regular eniform rate of speod, which ca oaly
beaccomplished by r unntng on sched ule time ; there
fore order thattke f reighttrains may be tun' on
thetime laid down in tbe schedule, it is ordered that
after thirty days from this date. freight will be re
..ired bv the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad
.Company, at ScheduleStationeonly .j . .... V
Rates- on Flour'-Reduced. ;
L rpHEXashviUeand ChattanoogaRailread-wHlre.
" I ceive at ftasnvnie, uiriu,nuciujimc.iiu
Stations on N.C. R. R. between Nash villeand War
iraee .andgive tb roughrecepti f r Floor by Car lod
to Charleston or Savannah at One Dollar per barr e
hreuch E. W.COLE, -
. , i Sup't ofTransporUtionNfcC, . R. V
u 'an22-tf ' . . .. ..
-if I -..-.,1. ii-.V. 'l--1''
Comvr OI univu buu wuiivs' 'r ecu ,
a"B lb establishment, the -most extensive In the
: 8omhwcEt. still continnes to be the resort ef
the fashion and beauty of par country, which fully
odarsesthesentkneuts of -thousands, toati t isthe
treat EMPORIUM for., - t t . r- --.:
PUOtOgrapUsY . .. f
?. j Melainotypes: ...
ry i ' 'and AnibrotrnpR
'AttliiiheBiea nicturesare warranted to-rHcaBeor
a '.barge willbo made. ..w,. . , , .
We woc'.despociaUy invrtetheCottrrnHnitvacd our
friends inceneralto visitour great HallefPortrai-
ttirvi , where picturofoTlhe mOrf celebrated States
nen and Divines can. be seen,- via; Hi Kxeelleocr
Prefciilent Buchauan ,the VI;e President , His Excel
lency Gov.'. Johosoti, Hon i-Cove Johnson f Aj V
Brown,J- M'-Ew.u, ElU. H- .Foster. ajid athoua-
-anothsfcelrt-ty Bisheps Plerco, Kavmnaugh,
riy ,ray De,tvjrsnW!ndrc.s,aadiieviur.
Edjpar, kc.fc;. . ,
- Copieaariitea)bofeaa be kid low-price
IV,;, I . i U'i Uii" . -- - I
; O ;HKRnxaS SAFES. Targe fixe, wfll be sold very
ay-aBr ta doss aceneisnment. ! .r
.:"."' - ,bvi, 4, euii-c atiupouto. toe fol-
iwin'?idacc,"8n.lf lhero!U)i;K iicei viz-ap:vtHcTfr?ew'York,-vixrUarU-fU.a.S.C
"r " E,T.&Va.rouw SO 3
n A. A n t-j . a..
roort, EilQy & Co.'s
l)elatvare, and; Missouri Kta
tf tf - if"
G It a iv n .
Capital Prizc Sloo nni.!
lVood, Eddy & Co., Managers. .
The Managers' Offices are located at WUmington Del-
5 ..airuu.-u touis, Missouri
. . - . The following
Wfll be dra-n in pob lie . nnder the pepcrintf aJenr
of itora Commissioners, arpointed by nie Cover-
WOOD, EDDY & CO'S LOTTERY
Class No; 312,
Orstws on Saitardsiy, June 30tli, I860."
78 Numbers 13 Drawn Ballot.
One Grand Priift of Sino.nnnt
1 Prise of
a u n
3 " (
.60,000 lf.8 rrizes of.
.zi,ao tii .
l'-XxX) I 6j '
.. 5,loo Co " "
.. S,000 I 65 '
.. 2 .ft IX) J 4.S10 " "
.. -l;OUO , : m -
32,396 Prises amounting to sl lsfi -fc5
.? NEARI.T ONV ITJZK TO EVERY 2 TICKET "
0KTlcketr$20;ge $10; Qiarteri $5
Certificates of Packages in the al,. w
sold at the tolUin,?,"?. 00
Certincate cfPackaf eof M Mf.S "20
"i"raf " 74 T5
' - - ' TO BE DRAWN
Each Wednesday, In June!
Class 270 Draws VednesdayVjune 6 18CQ.
Class 282 Draws Wednesday, Juae 13, 1S60.
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, June 20 1660
Class S06 Draws Wednesday, June 27, 1S60.
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETs!
- . 78 Numbers 13 Dravn Ballots.
One Capital I'rlxe or $31,500!
6 " ..
32.39oPrizes amonntior to if.sa ..o
Whole Tickets $10; Halres S5;Quarters $250
Certificates of nacka.o. i., .Km -i c.
Certdfeute of Package of 26 Whole TickeU.$149 50
; . -6 Quarter " . S7 87
IN ORDERING TICKETS OSCEETUICATES
iui.u.i-iUuaiioi.Dioi money toour address ror
what you wish to purchase; n.nio the Louy ii
which you misb xt invested, and whether you wish
. l . vi w;rs, on
, by first mail, to-
gether with the scheme. -
immediately after the drawing, a Printed Dranix.
,PrJlaer8 wiU Please write their signature
andUSuteSlVe Mmc f theirlu" county
AUpnzes or,l,ooo nd under .naidiuimedi.
fofty daysf raWIUg0,herl'ri2e"Ube ueua ''"
Our Single JSumber Lotteries,
Canltal Prize $50,000!
. DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves f 5; Quarters $2 50.
a Orders for Tickets or OerUacates in any of the
above Schemes to be directed to
WOOD, EDDY A CO. , Wilmington . Delaware
or, WOOD, EDDY A- CO., St. Louis, Missouri.
3&rculars containing Schemes for the month
will be sent free ol expense by addressing as above.
3 The drawings ol Wood , Eddy k Co.'a Lotteries
are published in tbe New York H-rald, Aew York
Times and New Yorker Stoats Zeitung.
ROYAL HAVAiVA LOTTERyT
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by theSpauish Government
under the supervision or the Captain General of Cuba
wii: take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, July 17tli, 18GO. j
G O . OO O HQ li la A I S
Sorteo Nnmero 639 Ordi&ario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prize of $100 000
1 " 50,000
60 " 500
153 " " 400
20 Approximation s..S
1 7 ''.i4 ...... .10,000 1
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each ;4
Of 4(0 to 50,000; 4 uf 400 to 30,000; 4 of 400 to -J0,-300;
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Ticket $20; 'Halve $10
' Quarters $5.
Prlxcs cashed at Eight at 6 per cent discount.
Billsen aU solvent Banks taken at par. -
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
jry All orders for' Fchemea or Ticket!) to be ad
dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post,!
Charleston, So. Ca. - . - . - mayS-td '
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
- . jF GEORGIA .
i " CHARMiED BY THE STATE IV 1S56.' ,
V C. Dawson & Co., Managers,
4 -. i . MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA.
I O V R la-SC u EU E!"
j fbULCYL PLA!S j LOTTERY' !! .
. By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Koa.bers,and pay any amoantfora ticket they may
desire . . . .
.Extra Class 2, Draws Oct. 3, 1859." '
. And on every succeeding lay (Sunday excepted) t
at 6 o'clock, P. M. . ..
aT" In this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed :
in the Wheel from 1 up to 7b 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 tbe Nuinbersdrawn, he getsue times the .
amount invested. If two selected numbers are
drawn, ho gets thirty for on s; if three selected Nam '
bers are drawn , he gets two handred for one; if four
selected Nuinbersare drawn, be gets a thousand for '
one;il flveseected Numbers are drawn, five thous- .
and for one; if jix selected Numbers are draan, fif
teen thousand to one eaesaor, if two, or more, '
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among the Tweive ,
Drawn Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank.
i Ou? riaVaria Plan Lotteries .
' i C Draw Focb(-I) Times i Moxth.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever cDered"
For particulars, addres, -"
, : . ny.'-.C DAWSON CO , Managers, '
( oct 31 - - ; " Maooa, and SavaoDah. Ga.
Honse-keepiog Made Easy. -;
TEE WHEAT CHEER TEaST CAKES wUl always -insure
good wholesome broad. For 15 rents yve.
can g-t one dosen Yeast Cakes, which will make M i
brge loves of the best bread. -. - -
, 00 CAKES SILVER SOAP, bonrly expected b
express Almost every family in town has used li
For fcpring cle.nmg it is invaluable for washing.
Faini, Looking Glasses, Gilded WurkrMarble,Kilvr -or
Plated W,tre. ... . - -
t KK1K1C EISA TORS. We have sold av Large lot ot .
those famoua Philadelphia Refrigerators. Wo have .
a urge lot coming, lhcy are warranted to give sat-,
jsfaction, as they are not only the best but are the
cheapest kuowu. ;. - .
aprl4-tf - - MACKENZIE Jt MINCHIN.
WATER COOLERS, &c. -
JVST reeeived dh-ect from the manufacturers and
, tat e. le at tower prices than ever before sold h " '
2 plain Water Coolers, ' ' ' , ' ' "
23 Porcelain lined do. '
-10 McDonald's Refrigerators ' "
6 Schooieys Pateatdo. " " ;"
. 60 Masger'e 3 minute Vreerers. '
2 Searaere s Pat. Freezers. " 1 -
.. J also make plain- Ice Cream Frcexcn to order of '
any e!x. - - - - - i
J50 ties. x&son'sPat. i?crew Top Fruit cans, I ..
and t quarts. .
1 SO dax. Pinin Frnit Cans for sealing.
. 40 dos. 1 quart Glass rruit.Tars.
' Ice Picks' and Hatchets.
i Cherry Mixers and Muddlers. ; - , '
. 10 doa. Plated Dirpers. r '
6 doz.Pat,Egg Whips. -. . - I
IT CoUege atreet. -
Sit Lux et Lux Fuit . . r
GOAL; OIL LAMPS .
WE havejust received another supply of Coal OU
tamps, among which are woe very handaoma
patterns lor parlors, aU sued with theCWUas baraer
which is the last improvement and is uaaeasurably
superior to any other Lamp now before the public
for softness and steadiness of name, freedom from
smoke, simplicity tat oonstractwci , beauty asdete
ganeein nnish.cleanlinessandeconoiny. OaeLasap
will give the lightof four candles and does not cos v .
aa much as one- The Oil we have imported to burn (-
any iraennlv iador, loaves nog.easespot when spilt v
MS earpeserelothiagand will neterplode. - - "
RAIN'S, BROWN CO. "
4'Wholosale k Betail Droggisa,No.lPsbberAre
KashvUle Tens'- mar,16tf
u Flour J Flonr!
BBLB. Extra Family Flour; 100 hags Extra
Family Flour, and 60 bbls Superfine Floor. ,
just received en sals by t- : i .i.
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