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No. 59, College Street,
NASHV J L L E, TENNESSEE
Are now receiving their stock of
Fall and Winter
And take pleasure ia announcing to their
friends and customers, and the trade general-
1 j, that they will hare a stock of goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
We most respectfully invite all to an ex
amination of oar Good?, assuring all who
favor as with a call to give entire satisfac
We at present, invite particular attention
to our excellent assortment of
VELVET ROBES, with Flounces, very rich :
HATiTVf vm siiis :
ARJTJiE IXLX. (in color;!.) something entirely
EOLXD COLORED SILK, in plain colors and fig
POULT DE SOLE :
CHECEED STT.ES ;
OTTOMAM VA TO, New article ;
OSHAKLI POPLINS, and
Oar Lace department ia unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Point A'Guille Sets,
Point de Angleterre Sets,
Point de Alencon Sets.
White and Colored Tarloti.
Curtain Damask, and
. Curtain Trimmings.
A fall assortment of the various styles of
French, English and American Print ;
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet
. ings. '.
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
; : CLOTHS, Ac.
Goods for Bj's Wear.
. PLAOTAT10N GOODS,
... . .
We call particular attention to our Urge
and excellent assortment of j ' ' J
' - - - r "
Deaiy Goods, for j Negroes
Empire Kerseys, ..4
' Tennessee Track for Trowaers,
Plaid Llnseya. !
t - t mf Heavy Blankets.'
. . Oenahargm. '
THOMPSON , CO,
Aug. 24, '64-zw
prtj orts, etx.
MORGAN & CO.
Manufacturers of Clothing.
ARE receiving, and will have complete bv the 20th
day of August. VERY LARGE AND EXTENSIVE
STOCK, to which the attention of prompt bayere is in
vitea augio-tiiloct l
NEW STORE, NEW GOODS.
w H CALHOUN & CO.
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry,
HAVE MUIOVKD TO THEIR SEW STORS,
CO EXES COLLEGE AND PUBLIC SQUARE.
R. C. M'NALEY & CO
HAVE OX HAND
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An luusuall, Large Stuck of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C 0 T T 0 N S!
For Servants, which they will sell very low
by the piece.
Persons not yet supplied will consult
their interest by examing these good, as we
are determined to dote them out.
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO.
TOT w ifhine to carry over any portion of our
SUJUIUfcltK STUl'K, we nave ;nis oay
REDUCED THE PRICES
of every rg in
Regardless of Cost
Persons not yet supplied will do well to ex
amine them, as we are determined to CI USE THEM
out. k. c. Mcnairy co.
THE Tennessee Coal Company having completed
their organization, are now prepared to execute
orders, and to enter into contract to any extent, and
they natter themselves that the produce of their
mines will favorably compare wiih any other de
scription of Coal brought to this market, and that the
moderate terms at which they offer their Coal will se
cure to them a full and fair share of public patronage.
We are now selling our superior Coal at the follow
Beat Lump Coal at $5 60 per ton or 21c per bushel
Sup. Round do 4 60 17c "
Nut Coal, for cooking
and steam. 3 W 17 "
Fine Coal for Black
smithing 3 00 " 11c
ja-TEKiIS Cash on Delivery.
Sales Agent at Nashville.
Orders left at Mr. Geo. Greig's, on Union Street, or
addressed to P. O. Box 443, will receive prompt at
tention. TTpYarrt on Cedar Street, adjoining X. A C. R. R.
Director and Manager, Tracy City.
july26-3tawlm Marion county ,Tenn.
DIBITS OF GOOD SOCIETY.
A Hani Book for L es and Gentlemen
This is not, as might be iuf erred, a collection ol set
forms, ceremonies ,pouils of etiquette, and conven
tionalisms. Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a deep thiukcr,a sage
reasoner, and a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, and will and
Is way into every library. For sale by
JOHN YORE 4 CO.,
myll No. S8 Union street.
SUM wf money which tue owner can have by dc
A scribing the same and paying for this advertbe
mcnt. Inquire at this office.
JUST RECEIVED BY
J O II IX Y O II K & CO.
The Kellya' and the O'Ktlljs by Dr. Thono
Margaret Mancrieffe by Charles Burdett
The Marble Fawn by Bawtborne
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poc and iU Critics.
HsmboldU Correspondence. .. ;
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Vie.- Pardoe.
How to enjoy Life.
Fawn of four Acres. ' - ;
living Representation Men.
Art Recreations. !: .'" ;
Habits of Good Socity tor LadluS and Gentleineu.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening.
X'Hes on Ncraing by Miss Nightingale;
El Fareidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington Irving.
Littl Be aty by anther of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macau lay,
Tylney Hall a novel by Thomas Hood.
Thruna of David by author of Prince House of
David. ; .r ;
The Florence stories by Jacob, Abbott. .
Th Blblecal Reason Why Word of God. ' ' - -Friers-Wood
Post Office by Heui, of Redclilt.
Mademoiselle Mori a talc of Modern Roue.
8 r Years, and other Storto by Jalia Kavanagh
The Little Beauty,
By the Author of the Gambler's Wife.
Mary Stoart, Queen of Scotts, by Reynolds.
Dickons Short Stories. . ,
The Robs! and tho Rover; .i
JFost received by JOHX YORK k. CO.,
aaeS3-tf SS Uaioa street.
The Largest Stock of :
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
Erer Shipped to Ka.llTille.i .
XS now Wiar rtaived by the nndersigneti.einbracmg
very possible grade, at much lower figures than Cur
tea years past. -
toDoars, as wen sa dealers ge&erally, are invited to
STOCK AND PRICES.
As I promiM them bargains gjeh as they have not had
ferTKM YA&. J. W. LAXtiLEY.
No. 44 yakw tuwt
EUROPEAN MEDICAL IN-vTITlTF
DRS. SAMSON AND LACOSTE.
oVt D roadway.
Opposite the gt. Nicholas,
Established for the treatment of Chronic Dtt-eaws in
both sexes, requiring experience, tact,
PR. SAMSON, diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
OT THB SOHTTAl DC HTM DC rJJUS, '
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Rieord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
-amre in oom sexes, w eaknessesand Jervoua
Debility and sach affections of Ladies for
which the new French method of
treatment is considered the
Dr. ainsoa's Peruvian Coca, recommended bv V.
Humboldt and C'apt. Herndon, U. S. N-, against Con
sumption, for gale at $3 per bottle. The best remedy
against an anectiona of the Luni.
it. Lacosies nor dei l cay all, against Sexual Weak
ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Rieord 'a Pills for
the cure or Sexual Diseases of a poisonous character. $2
per box. His Ladies' Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to have the desired effect. $2 per box. His Gonorrhoea
Drops cure that disagreeable affliction in two days. $2
..... V .. I.. I."., f . -. . . .- , ' . . .
itniv. iTuta iw pruiwiiua, per aozen. au
remedies, which are still a secret in the hands of only
a few French physicians, can only be had of him.
Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of
charge, to all parts.
Address Box 3,576 Post Office. New York, in Enz
lish, French, German or Spanish.
A BLOODLESS HCT0RY ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
rrHISenormousaaaatity a. tbislu valuable Reme
X. dy has beet purchase!1 by citizensof the Cnited
States during the short lima it has been before the
public. The reason forthissatraordinary sncceesis
simply in tha actual truth and value of the article.
No one buystbe MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming its rriend. ltperrorm8all tnatis promised
and carries with it its own recommendation. Truly
thisisa victory peaceEuland bloodless but we be
lieve not less glorious than the triumphs of war.wiA
U8tain of carnaeand desolation
The MAG2TIC PLASTER is undoubtedly tb
ureaiest t ecgtnener ana Pain uestroyer that sci
encenasyi tdiscovered. IfyouputthisPlasteranv
where, if ainis there, the Planer will stick there
uutittb ePiubai vanished . TnePlastermagnetizef
bel" away, and
ifcumatihm , Lameness ,Stiuuess, Weakness ,De
oility , Nervoueness , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia , Cough
and Colds, Pains and Aches of every kind, down eve
to Corns ,arel MM LDlATLLx KELlt. V Kii.aad , with
ttle patience, rtKMA.MiMXV uiKt.u,by the mag'
calinnuence of the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is the
simplest purest jaia;tjleasante8tanduheapeBtrem
edyin existence. Itsappiicatienisuniversal equal
ly totbestrong man , the delicate woman,andtbt
reeDleiulant. lo eachand al lit willprove a Bala
and aBlessing . I ts use i sagreeable .and without an
noy anceor trouble .Its nric. is within reach of all
richer poor; all may haveit, ana allshouldhaveil
wnoarcsicK,anuiuoriiiin any way.
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup
plied witbtbe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be thi
Good Physicianin any household ,ready at all imes
and at instant notice.
Patupln tir-tighttin boxes. Each box wii.mak
six toeightplasters,and any child can spread them
Price25ccntsa box.withfull andplaindirections.
D. C. 3IOKEHEAD, IV.
Iwentorand Propria r,19 Walker street, 2Vew Tori
MOREHEAD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER IS SOLD Bl
ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN GENUINE
July 23-d eoUawcowly in
HOW LOST, HOW BZST0RED.
Jutt Published, in a Staled Envelope,
A LECTURE OX THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OK SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Ncrvoutn(a and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption aud
Mental and Physical Debility.
By ROa J. CULVER WELL, M. D.,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self -abuse may be enectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is nere clearly demons t rated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auther fully explained, by means of which
every onu is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cool, tbereny avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post-paid, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 4o0 First Avenue, New York, Post Box
Morethan Double the Slrengthof Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap wlthoutiime, with little trouble
and attriflingexpense. The cheapestarticle ever
discovered for the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of gocd Soft Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will nnd it a superior
articleforcleaningtype. Itis perfectly solubleand
free from impurities.
Rrokenin smallldmpsand put np in 1, 2,4 and 0
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS , Brooklyn ,and sold by
R. DURKEE CO..
octS-dawly 131 Pearlstreet, New York.
UNVEIiSm OF NASHVILLE.
J. Bkrriex Ldtosut. M. D., D. D., Chancellor of tb.
University, aud Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
Cou B. R. Johxso!(, Superintendent of the Military
Colleee. and Professor of Engineering.
Jakes V. HamLTOs, A. M-, Professor of Mathematics,
aad Natural pnuosopny.
J. H. SrEWAKT, A. M. , Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature. -Gbokgr
S. BurKK, A. M. , M. D., Professor of Botany
and Natural History.
Bev. J. W. Horn, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental
and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
R. W. Prrxxv, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. Asgladb, Teacher of French and Drawing. .
C. K. Wnssros, M- D. , Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1S60-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, 1860.
The Second Term commences on the 27 th of January,
1861. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12lh
of June, 161.
Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and use of Arms, $106 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $o. Students are required to furnish
their rooms. Engineering, French, Spanish, German,
Drawing. Book-keeping, aim f encing eacn $ iu per Term
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, aud health, physical culture, Food
order and iudustrRtus habits are promoted.
For Catalogues, or wtdHiotial information, apply to
any Member of the Faculty, or
H. K. JUtl.SJ.,
July 23 v2tn. Superintendent.
TENNESSEE STATE FAIR.
OPENS at Nashville, September 10th, and continues
during the week. $500 each is ottered for the
best Durham Bull, Blood Station, Roadsbv Station and
Jack. Besides large premiums on Fat Cattle, and on
all the leading articles in Machinery, Manufacturer's
and Domestic Departments. Competition is open to
all the states, and no Ice is charged Tor entries on ani
mals or articles. ,
Programmes will be sent free of charge to any part
of the Union on application. - L. P. WILLIAMS.
- Secretary of State Fair at Nashville. .
auglS-wtd ' ;
UNIVERSITY' OF NASHVILLE.
... i X
Medical Department . .
THE coarse of Lectures for 1S60-61, will commence
on the 1st Monday of October next, and continue
five months. " t
The introductory, as usual, will be delivered on the
first Monday in Xovcmber-
Thoxas R. jkmokus, M. D.. Professor of Anatomy
and Physiology. .
J. BKiiuKji Lisdsut. M. D., Professor of Chemistry
C. X. Wixmnr, M. I., riufuau. of Materia Modica
and Medical Jurisprudence. v , . ,
A. H. BecaasABr, M. D.. Professor of Surgical Anat
omy and Pfaysiolgy. . .,.. i
Jon M . w atso', M. v. , Professor or Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children.
Pan F. Eve, M. J., Professor of Principles and
Practice of Surgery.
W. K- Bowu38, M. D-, Professor of Institutes and
Practice and Medicine.
WaxiAX TBaiGGa, M. IX. Adjunct Professor and
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
. The Anatomical Rooms will bo opened for staoenls
on the Unit Monday in October, (the 1st.)
The Tennessee State Hospital under the direction of
the Faculty is open to the Class free of charge.
A Clinique has been established in connection wtth
the Univresity, al which operations are performed
and cases prescribed for and lectured upon in tho
nresence of the class.
Amount of Fees for Lectures is $105; Matriculation
ft (paid- oca only,) $0; Practical Anatomy, $10-,
Graduation Fee, $2. - - .
Good Boarding can be p roc urea tar vi to W per
week. For further information or Catalogue apply
lo - W. K.BOWLLG,M.D.,i ;
aug8-wlt . Dean of the Faculty. ; :
: j TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT
ttO LE S A
Ia - "E,
" i : .
RANGING from thirteen eenU to one dollar per
pound, purchased with a view te j .-
And will be sold with the same "hideous saooster.'? in
full view. ....... ;
Also, uehlarfee stock of - .. j i --'' -
CJfarf, Snuff, Pipes,
Than can be shown b
y any other house fas the State.
AU of which will be
where ia the city.
lower than can be bought ebe-
aog.2-tf 44 Union street
Hercer Potatcts. it V
lt RCSHiXS New York 'Mercer Poutoet, good
1UU for mtatf or ptaaiia.Jast received aad foil
U Soatb Mark tU
FALL AND WINTER i
WE are now receiving and opening a large and
lected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Xerro extra size Mud Boots, and Cue Fur and Wool !
Hats, Ckitli Caps, and a lare stock or arK'ty Ko0f ,
Threads of all kind?, and laukee Notions, sc.. sc.
A large Ftock of every grade of Prints,-Bleached and
Brown Iiomestics, Plaid Liuseya, printed aud plain; all
wool Detains and Cashmers, Colore-d Silk3, Black Silks,
ropuns, iipoages. rencn .weriune. fn.'iisli aud German
Merinos, Printed American DeLainus, Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red aud gray Flannels; Clotlis,
Cassimers, Sattinetts, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings: a Urge stock of hiris, Skirts.
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspeuders, Gloves. He aud
nail nose oi every kiua, sc., ;c.
A large aud well assorted stock of - i-s Hue
HEADY - 31ADE CLOTHING.
Consisting of Over Coats, Businc- tiatj. Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pauts and Vests, Uuder Shirts
ana Drawer. A mil line of Clot lies now in store. ,iust
ALSO, 650 cases of Shoes, Boots and Brogans. Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Iulaut Shoes. This stock
is unusually large, aud will be sold under anr body's
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
Velvet and Brussels Carpeting, 3 aud 2 ply half wool
ana all cotton Carpetiug, Dutch aud Scotch Carpeting,
wnicn win oe sold cueap.
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Augers, Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek-
uig jjrusnes, tuacKiug, onus and Gun Caps, Sc., cheap.
We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock of every description ol Goods in tho citv of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that wo intend TO
SELL THEM. Our house SHALL be tho head quarters
for c7sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is
a Cash and prompt Timo Trade that purchase their
goods in this city, and wo intend to sell to that Trade
exclusively; and we say to cash and prompt time buy
ers can ana examine our
LARGE AXD EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sure.
EDWARD TRABUE & W. II. LUCUS,
No. 73 Public Square, Nashville, Tenu.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W. NORVEli, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman ;
lAjits a. ink uul,, salesman; . .
W. RAYMOND, - do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pay their notes when due.
aug24-tf TRABUE & LUCUS.
EVERY TRIZE WILL POSITIVELY BE
Great D istr ibutHon
. BY THE
"Library Association Co.,
Chartered by the State of Kentucky.
BYERS & CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, 1860.
1,650 Magnificent - Prizes,
TICKETS THKEE DOIXABS. j - 1 : .
- -.-.... i . ,
One Gold Prize of $1,000, One Gold Prize, nf $300.
Horse, Buggy and Silver Mounted Harness $500, One
Rosewood Piano (400, One Rosewood Piano $360. 200
Gold and Silver liever Watches, Magnificent Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware, Sieudid Jewelry, l ine Family
Bibles, Ax., Ac ... . . - . .
ty A chance to get one of these valuable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, October
19th, 186D, under the management of a committee se
lected on that day by ticket holders present. .
$ff AU holders or tickets are requested to attend. ,
sa Send and get a Scheme with list of 1.660 valu
able Prizes. . , '
Address BYERS A CLEMENTS, Y .'.
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
. i -
Frank. J. Bitterlicli, 7 ,;,
5o. ;16 Dcadmek Steet, Up Stair,'
.. ... tr :. ;; NASHVILLE, TENN., i T ' '
. KAKTTACTtTRZa AJTD DEA1ZS UT , . '
Guns, WlUcs and 1 Is to Vs.
All work warranted to be of the finest werkmanship
and of the most superior quality. 1 -; j.. ,yi j...
Mtjr Repairing done in the best manner, and war
ranted; " " - ; aug6-d6m'
Something to suit the Times ;
- - - 'i i
' Hungarian Grass Seed.
A .: J Eirk l:N,S ,;
. t .' KOl 14, MARKET STREET, 3 j.,., nZ.
ri aaticipation of a failure In the' Fodder and Corn
crone, would suecest the nronrietr of aowinir Kun-
gariaa Grass Seed extensively, of which beilias. AiU
got a supply.' also a small lot of ..
Watch will mature ia from 45 la 60 DAYS.- .Tltls arti
cle has been already tried this season, and ia highly
recommenaea oj some oi pur Destlarmera.
... : v.; . j. -. A. JENKINS,
ang3-tf Market Street .
Cheap Feed for Stock.. ' l
T'hE Feed reduced to pes barrel bf 5
' ' i BEN J. IT. SHIELDS ft 00
O a vlcy W anted.".
ftC AHA BUSHELS BARLEY Wanted at No. 19
(LATE OF KXOXYTIXK.TEXX.,) ,
r EXDERShipproressionaiservicesto the citisens
1 of Nashvilleand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in the practice of his Profession in all its
hraneneeior ne iav biiwcu icwi.uu uvni uj
, BtrictaUectiouto beabletorendersatisfactionto all
vhn mxv favor nim'witn acan
Office No. VIM t,nerrvstreei. near vapi. ctohu i
new residence. ResidencePearlstreetontn jsasn-
ville. - - " apmo-uu
DR; JOHN -IV.. MORTON,
ftesidence,Cor- College and "Watkins' Avenue
(rOKHXKLT 1151 STBZET,)
Office 63 If rtli Cherry Street. '
jan27 tf . .
B. 1. ITLKS.
6BO. W. BTTCmSGt !
1.YL.ES ii. HITCIILNGS,
Ifo, 33 ueaar aireei,
fXTIIXat all times buy Negroes suitable for the
v t New Orleans market. All persons having Ne
groes to sell will please give ns a cau. -
julyzl-tr . i.iLau3 s miuuua.
WHOLESALE DRV GOODS.
Ilats, Bostt if Shoes, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queetmeare, ice, 2lc
E. TRABUE & W. H. LUCAS.
No. 73 Public Square.
T XT E will sell every description of Winter Goods
V V at low figures to close out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
13 now in the Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa
per, and we promise our customers and Merchants,
making their purcuases in this market, tnat our stocK
will be large and attractive- and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be bead quarters for
good bargains for cah and short, prompt paper.
jaaie ti 'jkaisi. & xxcas.
Auction and Commission Card.
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS AND DEALERS.
rj'HE subscribers have opened a large and exten-
X sive house for the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUolNrSS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
ot Goods, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in
the various departments of Trade.
It is with conudeuceand pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from manufacturers, Jtt
handt, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Ordei s faithfully attended t when accompanied by
tnecasn. utivj. t. sshntuiis & CO.,
Central Stores, No. 7 and 29 Colleee St.,
feb8-tf Nashville, Teun.
Goff's Patent Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation Use,
" TAKES allkinds of Hosiery, Tippets, Undersleaves
Xi-L and many other articles of wearing aoparel.
irom wooieo. cotton ana silk Yarn. EvervFamilv
anu riauiersnouia nae one.
11. C. LEA, General Agent,
575 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. marl3-13m
Ties, Stocks and Cravats.
TJVERY variety of these articles received and for 1
Aid sale by
J. H. M06ILL,
Cherry street, one door from Union
Ohio Corn Meal
TUST received and for sale by
tl BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.
Central Rooms, 27 College street.
AN invoice of Black Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
suitable for small families, just received aud for
sale by dEN J. tllltLllS & GO.,
miylT Central Kooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,.
MOST CONVENIENT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
- IN THE WORLD!!
rpHISGASis generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
X for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the same
style as the ordinary gas fixtures.
44. Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Mrcet, wuero tbc light cau be seen at any
lime. THUS. H. TAH.OK.
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
Fronting on College and market t
SoutU of Itroad,
600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 hales Race Horse Hay.
- UooO bushels Shelled Corn
100 " Seed "
600 " Ear " (
100 bales Oats;
100 " Straw.
. 600 bundles Prime Shingles;
25,000 Wagon Spokes. . ;' .
SEED OATS. : .'
1000 bushels Pennsylvania Outs.-'-
.' . .. MEAIl
'100 bushels Family Meal.
. 60 barrels Northern Potatoes.
The above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close.
mar27-tf M. A. FAKKIsH
Bclett Hungarian Grass just received and for
sale by 1
-.MA 1-AKKUU GO.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
. . So. 69 Market Str
TTTE have now on hand a full and complete as
V V aortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, &c.
wmcn we oiler at the very lowest prices:
ireular Saw Kills, double and tingle ; '
"- Kale's Cider Hill and Corn Sheller ;
: ; ' ; . Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
' i . Wheat Drills; t i
; Miller's Steel Plows;'
. i-.- , - Field Boilers' &e
sepl4-tf :" ARMSTRONG ft CO.
IN ALE ITS BRANCHES.
.Shop on Church between Cherry1 and Collegests.;
i . , ; , JNasliville, TLenn. ' -
THE nndersigned respectfolly informs the public
that he has recently taken the above stand and
Is prepared!, o do Blacksa lthing in all Its branches.
such as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy -Repairing, &c, Ac,
in the best manner and at short notice. He solicits
a share of public patronage. - - -
- - ..'t . : JA3. iAnru.1, ....
jaU?4-tf , ,i '.: t v.; v.. . Agent.
JQ. KOWAROS. . . .i. K. CJLUCaOX. S. T. BDWAHT.' .
EDWARDS, 4 GILKES0N i & CO.
',; ' (strocxssoitsTOo.sDWAips,) t, s.r.J':.
Corner of Cellece and CbDrchstt.,
Whclesale Grocer! and Commission
MERC H A NjT S ,
.V.:":., ' , AXD OEALSBS tS i .'u J J
Fine Brandies, Wincj, Cisars,Tobaeco,is
oz union street, ii .o.zmv.Lb.L.b,
' " (BetweenCherry andSammet i treats.) "5
Jfj-Ordcrsrrom the country promptly Attended!
iur r - i .-m...-u i ,v $ (
FRANK LESUE'3 MOSTHLT', for fane; r u
KNICKERBOCKER MASAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAO AZINE,-for June;
Just received by T. HAGAN
may28-tf i.-i iVCk
I College street.
KOBE i NEGROES , VL A1 CASE !
I ANOTHER? LOT OF THOSE FINE. .! .'
among wliich may brTound -every SHAPE or the
,u 4 so v sf? ;
'''k Yery large assortment of ... ; .-.V'.T o."r--.
FRENCH PIPES, ;
Ia vhAbnki. it 44 Hnion Street.
apr2l-tf J. W.tASGLEY.
Tthis Nw Slooa on Market street, near Union
- r-ST a" T
j-4f v u
will be rerttlariy set every mention al 1 o'clock
aa4 STtry Tva 9'iWc, . aaU
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
C A S K E T S,
No. 49Clturclt Street,
T A W i K efc Ia 3 V,
Job Lots of Boot and Shoe.
WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
immediately as they roust be sold, at our Ware rooms
up stairs, No. tl.S-
junez'i-tr. in-iDLr. k i.i.La.
.JOHS R. ASDESSOS
inTirii IVttTininV f l't
No. SO Colleee atre-et,
lAAft BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oats, just received
AVJVW and for sale Dy
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
7 E have on band a large quautity ef the best
gariuu tJrass Soed, whicn we are selling
CHCKCH AM)tJCO.N Ul.
TT E have just received a large lot of TAK, aud
T f are oil. ring it at the lowest figure.
CHCKCH ANlEIt.01 CO.
Whisky! Wliisky! Wliisfey!
Til TF. have in store a laree quantity of the l"st of
ll -all kinds or ttie purest wmKV. All ye lov
ers or the essence ot corn give us a passing call.
mar-tr Clll'Hl'H ANDEItSON & CO.
Sundries ! Sundries!
YOU can find , at all times, at our store, all kinds
of Groceries, such us Sugars, Colloe, Molasses,
tyrups, sc., o.c, c.
marau-tr iatKt.ii A.Mh.Kso & uu.
. ECEIVED a suddIv of Umbrellas of ilk. Aloac-
XVca, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and nnd others small lor bummer use
apr5-tf . J- H. McGILL.
N0THER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Gause Silk. Gauze Merino. Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, JacconetandCottou, received aud Tor
sale Dy J. aiixtii-i.
rrUNNER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
A Lrcteed Oil. lor sale at
lebia-tf RAINS BKOW.N GIL'S
TiViiciVl rf1Y TVToCI 1
E 1 COil UU1I1 UlCtLl.
THE subscriber has made arrangements with one
of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family Mca, and is now
receiving 3000 busneis wnicn nc oners to me my
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage
myl2 Markeui eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
T KIRKPATRICK & SONS, No. 31 Socth Thiho
XJ Street, between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, have for salo
DRT SALTED SPANISH BIDES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan-
ner'sand Currier's Tools at tho lowest prices ,and
upon the best terms.
Jtf Allkinds of Leather in the rough wanted, tor
which the highest market price will be giveu in
cash ortakeat in exchangefor hides. leather stored
free of charge and sold on commission.
septl in. aw
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
DR. DAVIS, Oculist and Aurist, 127 Carondelet St.,
New OrleanB.La.rhasa newly-iuvented Instru
ment, for extreme cases of Deafuess. With its as
sistance a person is enabled to near with the great
i est ease to eujoy ordinary conversation and to hear
at public assemblies. It rests completely within the
Ear and can be worn witnout lue slightest inconve
nience. One object of this instrument is to keep the
orean in a constant state of activity, and by so do
ing, in time to enable, a person to dispense with its
nse. Call and examine or send for a circular.
lCti! CVA ICI&tt'.
"I7E have opened our lee Depot in the rear of
V the Slate Bank, aud will sell as cheap as auy
in the market that is as good. Ocr ice is from Para
dise Ilill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusively of the best Spring Water in the State,from
four to eight inches thick. We will open a depot on
South Cherry stroet a ;C McCrary's grocery store
aboutthe 1 ' 4 A -
marl6-U B E. J. J GARRETT
Tobacco Sac Mays
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK A. M.
fj This arraugement is made for the pnropose of
both accommodating Duyersaua planters, anu l nope
will be satistactory .
marlT-tf . nvriITVV
Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brands Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver 1-eaf, Young Hyson, Howqu
Mixtures, Imperial and Biack.
For sale iy , i .
apr21-tf RAINS, BROWN
.Pots, assorted sizes, for
RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
Ground Feed for Stock.
A N aiditional supply just received and for sale
SHIEI.DS k CO..
27 College street.
- u .,: Coal Oil.
5BBLS. COAL OIL a very superior article, just
received and for sale by
feb25-tf RAINS, BROWN K CO.
Coal OUt Coal OUt!
' j.' Ii. FLNL.AY & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil
. '. Manufactured in Louis, Mo.
1 1 HIS Oil ia almost colorlow oloar mjs tb. purest
. I Snrinr Waterdeorderizcd does not crust the
wick or smoke the' chimney the best Oil made in
the East or Wcst.ard took the nrst premium at toe
last St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it nee Is to re
commend it to gereral use.- We have received a
supply of thia superior Oil, which we are odering to
the trade by the brrel only at manufacturers' price.
Ml.t.l.lj, HUUftK st t,v.,
aprll-tf - sao Kw. and 8 Market st .
i- - Coal Oil Lrinpse
e DOZEN Coal Oi Lamps, of vanoui styles, fitted
) with tho ceelbi ated Collins Burner, for sale by '
feb23-tf - - " ' RAINS. BROWN A CO.
Fresh Garden Seeds. ;
WK are so la recei4 of a complete stock of
, LAXDRETH'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of
1959, including all the different varieties of
..Artichoke, , Lettuce,, Beets, . ....
Cabbage, " Parsley, ' Nasturtium, '
' Caaltnoor. ' j r. Pepper,; , , -4 Pepper Grass,
.Salfify.. F.udive, rroH' - v
Le-k, Beans, , Mustard,
' Borecole, - ' . ' Onion, ... Pa, . ,
, Ettflytin, : Rhubarb, Egg Plant,
Squash, Kohl Rabbi,' Asparagus,
Melons, ? - Brocoli : . k Okra, . .t .
Cardoon. ; Turnip, Celery, - -'
adish, Cucumber, - Spinai n, -, e
. Bae'Grass.Timottiy Oover.Herds Grass, Millet,
and ail etber kinds of Field Seed on hand during th
Mason. - si
Coantry " chants supjJleil with Qarden Soed oa
Comreusior '' ' ' -- '- ',..., . .
'i jpdriiLshins. Goods.
irV'R stork bf Full Bosom Shirts Is agaiu conplete,
J For etrotii.B and cmfort we commend them as
feeing rurticuUrly appropriate to tue present hot sea
oa- We have auto a suuifl lot of Pud Bosom Shirts,
together with aa endless varhty of plainer styles -We
have also reeevved aaoiht lot of hasdRome
Neck Tie, Gloves,- Handkerchiefs, Ireing Robes,
Suneadrr. Mati noe,se.,c. Aiso.a re -ku piny oi
J (iaoBable UN0ER-WEAR. ', Call aad see our Goods.
figures, be ag aaxiOua to reduce our stock,
iuneii-tf - J H. AlcGlU-
f tDinji Jllarljinfs.
T H E H O W E
1.8 4 5
Their Superior Eeputation
'Ysillors, ool umlSUoe,
Harness and Carriage Makers
THE FAMILY MACIIiXE
Light and Heavy Work,
LIGHTEST TO TIIE HEAVIEST GARMEXT
Cash Premium of $50
Is oUered to our PATRONS for the
ttest Specimen ol Sovinv:
Exhibited al the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, 0111-
meuclug September 10, 1C0.
CONE BROS., Agents,
au-t-tf 53 College street, Nashville, Teun.
WHEELER & WILSON
JUV t ?4
S T I Ia Ij A HEAD
Challenge all Competition.
It is (lie Only Machine
OF ITS KIND
K V Fa 1 1 X A X T V. 1
TfONE can comjiare with it in construction as lo du
X rability. Consumes nothing for repairs. In beau
ty of design and finish it stands unrivalled. In jioiut
of elegance and practicability of work done it cannot
be approached, mere being no teuton on me nmer
thread the opjxsite being the case with every other
Machine the work will uol do arawn. iu iaci, 11 is
I altogether supcrflous to multiply wi.rdsat this late day
I as to the merits of the Wheeler & WiUu Machine. Its
popularity is world-wide and co-extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but to raise iu uunieas
ured terms. Tensof thousands are using themlhrough
the entire range of purpose and material fur Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see the new Marking i,uagc ana iii.siruuu.ni
or Stitching in Cord.
Xcw Style Machine Fifty Dollars!
C. It. PARSONS, Agent,
UNION STREET, NASHVTI.LF..
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
At IVo. 16 Cedar afreet,
between Public. Siuare aud Commercial Hotel,
oc'29-tf Naabvllle, Teun.
cTAYISiJ everv facility iu the way of wcrkmen
I A and material to do first rale work w ith despatch,
I mill contract for Tinning roofs, either ia tho city
or country, at low rates, and in every case warrant
satisf.tctiou. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, Ac.
Also, Galvanized Iroo Cornices, Ac.,dooein the best
fvbH-t opposite Sewanee House.
m ens v(c co.
So. 52 Main St., Cincfnnati,
MANUFACTURERS of superior cuaiity. Candies
of all kinds, Gum Drops. Lozenges, Susrar Toys,
French Confoot iouarv. Fancy Candy and syrup. AI30,
dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Sardiues and t ire Morks.
A. RIVA & CO.,
Direct throuyU the Custom-house. if Nn-liville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wi&es, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, Portugal .Gormany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
VFAVIACEIaIaI, fcc e&c,
No. 30 North JTIarket afreet. .
(Nest door above the Watson House,)
WE have cstablisheda housein thiscityfor the
purpose of vending One WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS. AC, 4c, and keep constantly on uanasev-
eral qualities oi wines auu muun , . .
never before been imported into this State.
We imnort our Goods direct, (oneorour firm being
In EromucL of histime,)nd PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL TIIE FOREIGN ART CIAS
HEREinthecity.whichfact, we think, aloneshould
provethatwe ' :
Cross Tics Wanted.
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wish tocoutractfor 40,000 CEDAR CKOsS
ties Sfeetlong, eincties tnica.weii uca,iiaw
at narrowest place not less than incues ciear oi
line of the road iu Nashville. -
Thecontrartors wan ttoconfactfor30t000 WHITE
OrPOT-OAK TIES or the unit size as tueaove,to
. i;n.r.H nn tue line of the road ia piles from
aecttonllto section U4,enoughou oachsectiwn to
.upply the same. p. .,,
Persons wismcgio . .
and Directors of the Nashville aud North-western
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of Uuloa and College Street
THIS sUUshment, the most extensive in tlie
Southwest, still continues to be the resort of
the fashion and beauty of our country, which fully
endorses the sentiments of thousands, tbau t isihe
freataJaPORIUiI for.. "
. rr . and Antbrotypeb!
Atthlshousea plcturesare warranted to pleaseor
nn .h.rff. willbe made.
u0 WOQ;legpe',uuijinviiiecommuDi4yauu our
friends tageneralto visitour great Hall or Port na
ture, where pictures of the most celebrated State,
men and Divines can be seen, vis: His Excellency
President Buchanan, the Vtfe President, His Excel.
lencyGov. Johnaoa, Hon. Cave Johnson,' A. V
Brown .J. A Mcf.weu, ton. tt roster, ana athoos-
andotheisofoelci nty Bishops Pierce, Kavanaugh,
fearly , rayne,ua4soom ,souie ,Ajnire ws, and kt or
Kjlffur. Ac. . Ac. -
Copieaof theabovecan be bad at a ow price a
ny time. " aprix-tr.
Ambrot ypes and JMelaueotypes,
THE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
Gallery . corner of College and Union slret
Dacuereoiitvue Picture ef deceased neraoaacaa her
becoppiedandthrowaopto.the Lif ueorti
Prinelnleand aoUt rotritor of the llelane. type
... . u..'tir
right in Nashville.
Sell only CennUiB Imparted Coodi.
Oorstockof Domeslicand Havana CIgaralSTery
krge ,ta whiea we respeoUully avit the attention o
h. ublic Wealwaysguaraoteeeverythms wesel
oVe thepure arUcle. We ahoald .e happy to rtK
e.veaeall from all deaWr, "Tvn'iVr
hey viaitthe city, as wear AELAAND I tT-
UlNEDtooffertbebsterti-ftl'" "-j, '
ROYAL IIAYASA LOTTERY. ;
TH E next ordinary drawing o f the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
under the supervis ion of the Captain General oi Cuba
wii: take place at Havana, on
Saturday, August 2oth, 1SGO
Sorteo Namere 641 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 FT ire or $100 000 1 60 " " 1,000
1 60,000 I 60 " 600
1 i ...... 30,000 J 163 400
1 20,000 . Approximations.. 8,800
x 10,000 1
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each ;4
of 4f0 to 50,000; 4 of 400 to SO.OOO; 4 of 4o0 to 20,
300; 4 Of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Ticket f20; Halve $10
Prises cashed at sit:btat i per cent discount.
Bills on all solvent Backs taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the recall
becomes know u.
IZj All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Fosi,)
Charleston , So. Ca. may3-td
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTEIiT!
CHAKr::lED BY THE STATE IN 1S66.
V. C. Dawson & Co., SIana"cr,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH.GA.
POLICY PL.AK LOTTERY!
By this scheme purchasers ran select their own
Number. and piv anyamonutfora tirkenhev mav
Extra Claaa 2, DrswKlrt. 3, 1859.
And onevervsuccceding day (Sunday excepted)
at 5 o'clock, P. M.
6J-luitiis?-cufme,tlierere . Namwra placed
in lue Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve of thee
Numbers are drawn front the wheel. If a person
selects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is among the Numbers drawn, he geun-e times tho
amount invested. If two selected combers are
drawn, bo gets thirty for on; if three selected Num
bers aro drawn, be gets two huudred for one; it tour
selected Numbers are drawn, he gets a thousand tor
one; it live selected Numbers are drawn, five thous
and for one; if six Selected N umbers are drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Hememher, if two, or more,
selected Numhersare Uken.aud all of those Num
bers soselecte.i are not drawn among the Tue.v
Drawn Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank.
Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Draw Four (4) Times a Month.
And are the mostliberal of auy Scheme ever odered
i'ar particulars, addres,
W C DAWSON fc CO .Managers,
Oct 31 Uacoa, aud Sjvauii!i, lis.
e E fa
j. a at
g m d Q
s o o
2 h s
r1 a m ' .
House-keeping Made Easy.
rpHE WHEAT CnEER YEAST CAKES will aiwaya
X insure cood wholesome bread. For l&cen'syou
can gel one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will make 60
lar;e loves ol tue oesl oreaa.
SOO CAKES SILER SOAP, hourly expected t)
express. Almost every family in town baa used it
lor Spring cleaning it is invaluable tor wasning
Paint, Looking Glasses, Gilded Work, Uarble.Silver
or Plated Ware.
RKI Kir, ERATO RS. We have sold a large lot ot
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We have
a large lot coming. They are warranted to givesat-
sfaction, as they are not on-.y tbe best out are me
aprlt-tt ii.icht-ilt c tiii.aip.
WATElt COOL.E11S, &.C. ,
JU?T received direct from the manufacturers and
for sale at lower prices than ever before sold ia
25 plain Water Golorsf
i5 Porcelain lined do.
JO McDonald's Refrigerators
6 Schooley 's Patent do. ;
60 M.isser'8 3 minute Freexeis.
2 Seamore's Pat. Freezers.
I also make plaiu Ice Cream Freesers to ord;r ol
.0 Dox. Mason's Pat. Screw Top Fruit Cans,
and 2 quarts.
30 dox. Plain Fruit Cans for sealirig.
40 dox. 1 quart GlassFruit Tars.
Ice Picks aud Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers.
10 doz. Plated Dippers.
6 dox. Pat. Egg Whips.
J. W. WiLSO,
aprill" 17 College slioeU
Bit Lux ct Lux Fuit
COAL OIL LAMPS
WE have just received another supply of Coat Oil
Lamps, among which are some very handsome
patterns lor parlors, all fitted with theCollins burner
which is tbe last improvement and is immeassrably
superior to any other Lamp now before the vubhc
for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom fom
smoke, simplicity in construction, beauty atd ele
gance in finish,cleanlinessand economy. OneLamp
will give the ligbtof four candles aud does net cost
as much as one- The Oil we have imported to barn
in these Lampsiaa clear, beautiful article, free from
anyoffeuBive odor, leaves nog.ease spot when spill
obon carpet or clothing and will not eiplode.
RAINS, BROWN A CO.
Wholesale k Retail Druggists, No. 19 Public Square
Nashville Tenn mar.Kitf
rrrt BriM. Extra Family Hour; 100
ainily Flour, and 60 bbla Supertlne Flour,
just received and f sale by
mar30-tf No. 14 Sooth Marki-t at
G . B. BROWN, A. J. HOOPER . G. MIZELL.
MIZELL, HO OPER & CO
FORWARDING AXD ;
AND DEALERS IN
F0BEIG3 AXD DOMESTIC LIQ.E0RS, I0BAC
CO.ClCiRS, SXUFFS, te.,
Koi. 6 and 8 JIarltet Street.
WHISKIES, ESANQIES, WiNES, C
sTK have in store and for sale cheap to tb trade
123 bbls. Jo. SewMm'i celebrated Whisky.
65 bbi. old Uourbon Whisky. j
IS bbls. Old Rve prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rye Warranted Pare.
66 bl Is. Tennessee White Whisky. 4
45 hall barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 Quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy,
80 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. :
10 bbls. pure Robertson Couuty Whisky,
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holland Gin. -75
bbls. American Branny.
16 bbls. Sweet Malara Wine. '
With Cognac, Catawba Brandr, Ac
JanU-tf asp MIZELL, HOOPE8 ACQ.
r Attention All!!
"l TE have In store, aud for sale cheap, large as
sortmoiil of Sares, which for durabilitT , an
completeness of manufacture stand ounva.led ia the
Unitod Slates. .
MI7EIX, HOOPER A CO.
jan9-tf He No.s 6 A 8 Market Street.
A Fall and Choice Slock of Dry Goads at Co
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S j
TP to the time of receiving Spring Goods we win
off-r our enure iwt wi - j
GOODS at . . I
rnsT FOR CASH. --
Our. oblct in doing this is to reduce our present
atocK as much as pa""1 before getlicf new good..!
i ., i..tr,ii tnueall who wish to buy cheap gds
will do well to call on as at No. 3, South side of Uo
B. XEWSOM. )
ft. R. GLASCOCK.
GLASCOCK & ITEWSOU;
D alert In and Agents for the pure, aaa ani
, ... tale ef I
EenUnK House tor Land In thacUycr eonn
trr will also cive t&eir undivided ttn
tiou to tie Coirlctioa of Claim. Megut
uon Loaas, sc., e.
B U. GLASCOCK
f-XTlLLatterdtoallaalei of Propartv f ear'
A dersenpuoa t.ttW tSfavf i
V ! t