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FALL Md WINTER
No. 59, College Street,
Are now receiving their stock of
Fall and Winter
And take pleasure io announcing tu their
friends and customers, and the trade general
ly, that they will have a stock of goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
We moat respectfully invite all to an ex
amination of oar Gooa.-, houiIur H ho
favor ns with a call to give entir satisfac
tion. We at present, invite particalar attention
to car excellent assortment of
VELVET ROBES, with Flounce, my rU h :
RADZMIER SILKS :
A&JCUaE SILK, (" colors.) something entirely
SOLID COLORED SILK, u Iduin -"lo and fig
ured; POULT 'DE SOLE:
CHECKED SILKS :
OTT0MAM VA TJB, New article :
OSMASXI POPLIKS, au.i
Onr Lace department is nuusaally attrac
tive this season. New Stylos in
Point A'Goille Sets,
Point de Angleterre Sets,
Point de Alencon Sets.
Lines Cue brie,
White and Colored Tari-i-.p,
Curtain Damask, and
A fall assortment of the various styles of
French, English and American Prints ;
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet
ings. WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
CASS lil EKES,
Goods for Boy's Wear.
We call particular attention to our large
and excellent assortment of
Deary Goods for Negroes.
Tennessee Track for Troweers,
' Jeans, Ac, &c.
, THOMPSON it CO.
Aui 24, r60-2w ...
MORGAN & CO.
Manufacturers of Clothing.
ARE r"ceiviifr, and will hive complete hr tlie 20th
.Lit of August, a VEKV LARGE AND EXTEN--IYE
STOCK, to which the aib-ntiou of prompt bnvers is"iu-
viled auglO-iillocl 1
new store, NEW GOODS.
W. H. CALHOUN & CO.
w a rr t:. ii r. ?4 .
ASD I'KALEits IV
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry,
uyw kexovkd to their stew store,
COESER, COLLEGE AND PUBLIC SQUARE.
R. C. M'ATALRY & CO
HAVE ON HAND
0.K lil'ADIJED 1I0LLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An l itu-iiallj Iiiist' Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C 0 T T 0 X 8 !
For Servant!, which t!K-v will sll very low
by tbe piece.
ZZ3 Per.-o.is not yet supplied will consult
their interest by exaiain? thw'sTooda, a? we
ore determine! to clo-rt litem out.
I. C. JH'NAIIIY ti. CO.
TuT w i.-iiimr to ram otit an v porliuii cf our
ll M'.nlEK STOCK, wc have litis day
REDIUEI) THE PUKES
of every rg :u
Regardless of Cost.
Mr Persons tot yet supplied will do well to ex
am'-ue tbeio, we are ou rm':i.ed to CItrETIIEM
OUT. K. C. McNAIRY CO,
THE T-ni;es.-e Coal Conn-any havinc completed
th-ir organization, are now prepared to execute
order?, and t euter into contract to bdv extern, and
they Cinr theiu-lve3 that the produce of 'their
mines :!1 favorably C"niitre w.Ui any other de
scription of Cil broui.',: tu this market, and that t'.ie
moderate terms at which they oiler their Coal w:li se
cure t" th-ui a full hud fair ?iisre of public jifctrona'e.
We are tow elLu our oui:rior Coal at tin? fuiiuw
B-ii I.umn C-ol at 55 50 iter K-u or 21c ikt buihel
Slip. RoudiI do 4
Xui Coal, fr coekinz
and "(am, 3 f.'
Fine Coal for B; ick-
f millimj 3 0-) '
-TKKM5 Cau ou I'liverv.
Sa!t-S Agent t Xaihriiie.
Tdt-rs U-ft at Mr. :o. (ire on l"n:tu r-tre. t, or
adares-u to . . B" w;u receive prompt at
tention. JTTpYard on Cvdar Street, a.ljoicins X. i C. ;. R.
Director ami Manager, Tracy Citr.
jiily--Ctaw lm Mariou county , Tenn.
HABITS OF GOOD SOIIETY.
A Hini Book for L cs and Gentlemen
This is cot. as mifrbt he inferred, a collection cl Pet
forms, ceremouies.po:nU of etiquette, and conven
nooalisuiS. Written by a per,n well conversant
with theworld, and, withal, a deep tnmker,a sage
reasr.ner, and a correct mcra!;t. It win become a
standard work on Habit aad MannerF, and will find
U way into every library. For sale by
JOI-X YORK & CO.,
5ytt Xo. S3 Union sn,eot.
Al'M f money which the owner can have by de
scribing the same and ayiug lor this advertise
ment. Inquire at Litis oilice.
JUST RECEIVED BY
JOHN YORK CO.
The Kellys and tbe O Kellys by rir. Those
Margaret Maocrieffe by Charles Burdett
The Marble Fawn by Hnwthorne
The Ducheps of Orleans.
Poe and his Crilies.
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by J5is Panloe.
How to enjoy Ijfe.
Fwu of four Acres.
Living Rep'esentatiou Men.
Habits of Cool Soceity lor Ladle and lieMieinen.
Lilo's Morning Life's Evening.
Note on Xcrsiug by 31i-s Nightingale;
El Furcidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington Irving.
Liltl Bo uty by author or Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macaulay,
Tylncy Hall a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prince House of
The Florence Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of God.
Friers-Wood Pout Office by Hem, or Kedcliff.
51ademoisellc Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
S? v Years, and other Storie bv JitHa Ri.in.h
Tlie JLittle Beauty,
By the Aothor of the G&mbier's Wife.
Mary Si cart, Queen of Scotts, by Reynol.ts.
Dickens' Short Stories.
The Rebel and the Rover;
Jubt received by JOHN YORK & CO.,
une22-tT S8 Union street.
The Largest Stock of
TOBACCO MB SEGMS
Ever Shipped to Rasltville. '
JS ow being received by tbe undersigned, embracing
VerV OOSSlbte mile, at tntlrh Ui.- rtmroa lh:i
ten year past. -
Jobbers, a weU aa dealers generally, are invited to
STOCK AND PRICKS,
A I promise them bargains loch as ther have not bad
tor TEX YEARj. J. W. u'(;l.EV
July2$-U ko. Unioa treet.
EUROPEAN MEDICAL KsTnTTF
or ' .
DRS. SAJISOX AND LACOSTE,
512 Broadway, . .
Opooeite the bt. Nicholas, . SEW YORK
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
ootu eexes. requirmg experjeuoe. tct. "
f'R. SAMSOX. diseases of the Lucgs nd Throat.
, Of TIJE BOSPrtAt DC HVPI tX PARIS.
Former A!taDt to the celebrated Dr. Rioord,
Takes charee of the epecialitv or disease of a Delicate
E22Xature in both sexes, Weaknesses and Xervoua
wuiuiy ana Eucn anections or Jiui'ea lor
which the new French method of
treatment is considered the
Dr. Samson "3 Peruvian Cora, recommended bv V.
Humboldt and Capt. Herndon. U. S. X., airainst Con
sumption, for sale at 3 per Wttle. The best remedy
against all alfections of the Ltinus.
Ir. ljicoste"s Klor d-1 Ucavali. acainst Sexual Weak
ness, 3 i r bottle. The celebrated Ricord's Pills for
tiie cure of sexual Diseases of a tiornous character. ?2
er w.x. His Ladies Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to have the dehired effect. 2 c-r box. His Gouorrhoja
1'rops cure that disagreeable afUietion in two day?, Si
per bottle, tfafes for protection, $3 per dozen. All
remedied, which are stiil a secret in the hands of only
a few French phvsicians, can on!v be had of him.
Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of
cnar;re, to all parts.
Address Box 3.076 Post Office, Sew York. in Kng
lish. French, Germau or t"imi-h.
A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! ! !
1,000.000 Boxes Sold of
rrHirenormouiiquaatity i. this Invaluable Reme
X dy hasbeeL jnircliasei'-by citizensof tbe United
Writes dnriug tbe abort time it baa beea before the
public. The reason for thisCAtraordinarv success ia
simi.iy in th3 actuaitrtitli aud value oi'the article.
Nooce buysthe MAtlXETIC PI.Ai.TKR without be
Comingits friend. It performs all that is promised
and curries with it its own recommendation. Truly
this isa victory peaeefuland bloodless but we bp
lieve not less glorious than thetriuiuphs of war, with
itst'ain of ciiruRireaiid desoluton
The MAt.21iC PLASTER is ondoubtedly the
Greatest St njtthener and Paiu Dertroyer that Sci
cl'3 yi tJi.covereJ. Ifyou puttniKPIasterany
wtierc, it amis there , the Piuoter il istick Ha re
untiltU-PiHiuar vanisUed . rnePla.termagnetizeF
hep' away, and
acumatism , Lameness ,. Stiffness, Weakness .De
oii.ty , N Nervousness , Neuraltria , Dyspepsia , Cocgh
aud Cold?, Pains and Aches ol every kind , down eve
to Corns, are I M MEDIATELY REL1KVED, and, with
tllepatieuce.PEP.MAXEXTLY CURED, by themasr
cahuCuenceorthe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It ij thf
edyiu existence. Itsappiicatienisuniversal equal
ly tothestroup man , the delicate woman, and th
feebieinfant. Xo eachand al ii t willprove a Bain
and aP.iessing. It use i sjreeable, and without an
noyanceor trouble. 1 13 price is ithin reach of all
richer poor;allmay haveit, ana alishouldhaveit
whoare sick, and sml'eriiifii n anv way.
FARMERS and PLAN! EKS siiould alwavs be sup.
phedwiththe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be tin
Good Physicianin any household ,ready at ail i rnes
and at instant not ice.
Putupin ir-tighuin boxes. Each box wii.maki
six to eight plasters .and any c hild can spread them
Price2entsa box.withrull andplain directions.
1. C. JIOBEHFAD, M. O.,
Imxnforand ProprUl r,19 Walker slrett ,Xrm Yarl
MOilEHEAD'S MAGX ETiC PLASTER IS SOLD B
ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IX GEX'JTVE
MEDICI X E.3 EVERY W H ERE .
K0V LOST, HOW EEST0SED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE OX THE XATURE. TREATMENT AXD RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual lability. Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impoteucv. Consumption and
Mental and Piiysicnl Itebility.
Cv ROB. J. CULYERWELL, M. D-,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self abuse may be etlcctually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous aplications of caustics, in
struments, medicated 'bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstrated, nud tli entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auther fully exphiini.-d, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself jK-rlW-tly, and at
the li-a-.t !--siblc cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised uostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousanils and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post-paid, ou the re
ceipt of two j.tage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C.-KL1NE, 480 First Avenue, New York. Post Box
Mortthan Dvublethe Strength of Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap withoutiime, with little trouble
aud aUrili:ngespcuse. The cheapestarticle ever
discovered for the purpose one pound will make
twelve or liiteen gallons of gocd Sol t Soap, or nino
pounds Hard Soap. Printers w il 1 find it a superior
articleforcleaninKtype. Itis perfectly solubleand
froe from impurities.
RrokuninsmaiHampsaad put up iu 1, 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brooklyn .and sold by
R. DURKEE & CO..
oct3-diwly . 1S1 Pearletreet. New York
INVERFITY OF NASHVILLE.
J. Rkkrik Lixtst-KT, M. D. . D. D.. Chancellor of the
University, and lrofessor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. R- Johxso.v, Sueriutviideiit of the. Military
College, and Professor of Jjigint-cring.
Jamks F. Hamilton, A. M., Irufessor of Mathematics,
a-vl Natural I'liilotophy.
J. H. Stewart. A. M.. Prfifessor of Greek and Latin
Ijuigunges aud Literature.
Ghok;k S. Blackik, A. M., M. D., Professor of Botany
and Natural History.
Rev. J. W.Hovte, A. M.. M. D.. Professor of Mental
anl Moral Philosophy, and Bibli-tl Literature.
R. W. PrrxAJf, Adjunct l"rofessor of Ancient languages.
J. Cr. AxiLAUB, Teacher of French and Drawing.
C. K. Wixsrovl M. D-. Surgeon.
The First T'-rra of the Academic Year 1So.M"1. com
mences on the 3d of September, lS'W.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January.
1S6T. Commencement Exercises take pla e on the lih
of June, 1S51.
Tuition. Boarding, Washing. Find. Rooms, Servants
attendance, an i use of Arms. Sloo (H-r Ttiii. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Student are repjirel to furnish
their rw.mia. Engineering, French, Snsh, German.
Irawing. Bk-ke'piug, aud Fencing each jib per Term
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not he admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, cn'ctive govern
ment is established, ami health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promoted.
For Catalogue, or additional information, apply to
auv Member of the Facu!tv,or
B. R. JOHNSON,
july 23 w2m. :upcruitcudcnt.
TENNESSEE STATE FAIR.
OPENS at Nashville. September 10th. nnd continues
during the week. ;.oo eac h is ottered for the
best IVirham Bull, Bl'xxl Stalion, Roadster Stalion aud
Jack. Besides large premiums on Fat Cattle, and on
all the leading articles in Machinery, Manufacturer's
and Domestic liepart merit. Comin'tition U ojien to
all the Stat"S. and no lee is charged for entries on ani
mals or articles.
Programmes will le sent free of charge to anv jiart
of the Union on application. 1,. P. WILLIAMS.
Secretary of Ftate Fair nt Nashville.
rVERSITY OF ffASHYILLE.
THE course ofl.tures for 193C-61, will commence
on (he 1st Monday of tctober next, and continue
The introductory, as usual, will be delivered on the
first Monday iu Novcmbcr-
Thomas R. Jexsuos, M.D., Professor of Anatomy
J . Bfrriex Lj-VDSii-r, M. D. , Professor of Chemistry
C. K. Wrxs-rav, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica
and Medical Jurisprudence.
A. II. Bi cinsi.v, M. D., Professor of Surgical Anat
omy and Physiolgy.
Jonx M . Watsox, M. D. , Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children. ;
Pacl F. Eve, M. D., Professor of Principles and
Practice of Surgery.
W. K. Bowiixc, M. D., Professor of Institutes and
Practice and Medicine.
Wiuia T. Ehioos, M. D., Adjunct Professor and
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for students
on the first Mondav in October, f;he 1st.)
The Tennessee St ite Hospn.il under the direction of
the Faculty U open to the CLiss free of charge.
A Ctinkiuc has been established in connection with
the Univresity, at which operations are performed
aud cases prescribed for and lectured upon in the
presence of the class.
laAmount of Foes tor Lectures is $105; Matriculation
K-o (paid once only,) 6; Practical Anatomy, $10;
Graduation Fee, $25.
Good Boarding can be procured for $3 to $1 per
week. For further information or Catalogue apply
to W. K. BOWLING , M . D. ,
augS-w4t Dean of the Faculty.
T O 15 A CCO
TO l'LEAE EVERYBODY AT
W II O L E S' A 1a li,
RANGING from thirteen cents to one dollar per
pound, purchased with a view to
And will be sold with the same -hidepus monster," in
Also, much larger stock of
Cigars, Snuff, Pipes, &c, ;
Than can be shown by any other bouse in tbe State.
Ail of w hich w ill bo lower Ik&u can be bought else
where in tbe city.
j. w. lasgley;
aug.25-tf . 44 Unioa street
1 1 I n KCSHELS New York Mercer Potatoet, good
LXjyj for eaiiny or planting, just received and foil
Hie by - - A. JEN KINS, ;
aw.C-tf - ; Ka.lSottUlIrk It.
' . 5 . . - i
E are now receiving and opening a large and sc-
loeted stock of STAPLK AND FANCY
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Negro extra size Mud Boots, and One Fur and Wool
Hals, Cloth Cais. and a large stock of Variety Goods,
lurewtis; oi an iuus, uuu i uunee .oiiohm. are., cc.
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics. Plaid Linseys. printed and plain; all
wool ueiaing and castimers. Lolnred M!ks. Black Silk3
Poplins, Iebages, French Merinos. LY.Thsh and German
Merinos, fruited Anierieau Jieliu.- Ribbons. Trim
mings. White gooils, Embroideries, Laces; a large
sio-k oi w uue, yenow, red and grav lannels; tloths,
(iissimers. Sattiuetts, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths; ver Coatings; a large stock of Shirts, Skirts
Fronts. Shirt Collars, Su.-peuders. Gloves, Hise and
Il.oi nose oi eer KIUU. O.C., C.
A large and well assorted stork of :rrflne '
KUADV - 31ADE CLOTHIXG.
Cotisii-ting fpffhrer Cot. Business Coats. Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coat3 Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
aud Drawers. A full lino of Clothes now in store, jut
AI-O. G-j0 etisrs of Shoes, Coot! and Erogaus, Qiil
dreu s Boots aud Sh'je?, and Infant Shoes. This stock
is unusually large, and will be sold under any body's
prices iu in is market.
Al-SO.aliirge sun k oi
C All P SO Ti iVGi,
WK-t ftiiil Rm:col? r..a-v..;...-r o i.ir
' . . . .... . ... .- i: vuijn uil, ! ilil 4 a, 11.411 Y HI
and all oit.n Carpet ine. Dutch aud Scotcli Carretiuir
Knives and Forks,
aws, AiiKers, Gimbli ts, ivwr Lo. ks, Pad Locks, Blaek
ing Brushes, Blacking. Guus and Guu Caps, 4:c., cheap.
We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the laig
est stock of every description ol Goods in the fit v o
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that we intend TO
mlij, our lioiLSo jsli-tLX. be the head quarters
for c7sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is
a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods iu this city, uud wc intend to sell to that Trade
exclusively; and we say to cash and prompt tune buy
crs cull and examine our
LARGE AXD EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be Sure.
EDWARD TRABCEit W. II. LUCUS,
No. "3 Public Spiiire, Nashville, Teun
We have in our emplnv the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIELDS, Bookseller and Cashier:
GEO. W. NORVFJJ., Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman
JAjtrJS J I. NK'Iloi,. Salesman;
W. RAYMOND. do;
HARDEN P. HOSTICK, do; last but not leas
bv a good deal.
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and esjiecially those who purchase for cash
aim pav ineir notes wheu due.
aug24-tl TRABUK A" LUCUS.
EVFBV PRIZE UILL TOSITIVEIY BE
Great D i s t r i b u t i jo n
" Library Association Co., "
Chartered by the State of Kentucky.
BYERS & CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, 1860.
Ij6.0 3Ia?nilicent Prizes,
TTfTvETS THREE DfiLLARS.
One Gdd Prize of f 1.000. One Gold Prize of t.100.
Horse, Buggy and Silver Mounted Harness $600, One
Rosewood Piano $400, One Rosewood Piano i-JoO, 2W
Gold and Silver lver Wab-hes. .Maguilicenl Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware, Spendid Jewelry, Fine Family
Bibles, &c, tic.
5" A cliance to pet one of these valuable nrizes for
$3. to be drawn at 1'adutah, Ky., on FRIDAY. October
19th. 1SG0, under the management of a committee se
lected ou that day by ticket holders present.
J6i" All Holders ol tickets are requested to attend.
Ki- Send and get t Scheme with list of 1 .650 valu
Addresr BYERS CLEMENTS.
angl3 . ,
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING!
Frank J. Bitterlicli, ,
Xo. 16 Deadcrick Steet, Up Stairs,!
NASHVILLE, TENN., ' !
II A If UFA C THE EU AND DEALER TIT ' i
Guns, Villcs uud llslols.
All work warranted to lie of the finest
and of the most superior quality.
mr rieiairiug done in tbe best manner, and war
ranted. .. ' aos&4lm:
TO VAlWllilVS.- :
Something to suit the Times
Hungarian Grass Seed.
A . J E NK INS,
NO. 14, MARKET STREET,
rf anticipation of a failure in the Fodder and Corn
crops, would suggest tbe propriety of sowing Hun
garian Grass Seed extensively, of which be has sttU
got a supply. Also a small lot of - -
31issouri Millet, - - :
Which will mature in from 45 to 50 DAYS. This arti
cle ban been already tried this season, and is highly
recommended by some of our beet farmers. '
aug3-tf Xo. 14 Market Street.
Cheap Feed for Stock. ;
THE Feed reduced to S3 .50 per barrel by -BtN
J. F. MiiELtW & CO.
July 83, lS60-tf. .
Uarley Wanted. : j :
ftHrt BCSHEia B.VRLEY Wanted at No.10
&tlUUlfMjirket Street. - ..:.!
(LATE OF K NOXYILLK , TENIf . ,)
a'EXDERShisprofesElonalserTicesto the citizens
ofXashvilleand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in tbe practice of bis Profession in all its
bruiicheffor tbe last Eixteen vears.and bopes by
strict attention to beabletorendersatisfactionto all
who muv favor him withacall.
Office No. 42 K Cherrv street, near Capt. Stockell's
new residence. ResideocePearlstreetouth Nash
DR. JOHJV W. MORTON,
&csidence,Cor- College and Watkini' Avenue
(FORHKRLT LUOX 8TEKR,)
Office No. 63 IfortU CherryStreet.
jan27 tf , .
r. j. irua.
geo. w. niTcaisci
LYLES A H1TC1IINGS,
no. 33 teaar atreei,
"TILLat all times buy Negroes suitable for tho
It New Orleans market. Ail persons having N
groes to sell will please give ns a call.
july-t-tl LlLta S lllH-LLUtaO.
"WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
Hat, Botti tf Shoes, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queensvare, See, &c
E. TRABIE & W. II. LUCAS.
'Xo. 73 Public Square. '
"TTTEwiU Bell every description of Winter Goods
V at low figures to close oat as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
is 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 purchases in inis market, mat our stock
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our bouse shall be head quarters for
good bargama for cash and snort, prompt paper.
jaul tt TRABUE 4 LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card
TO SCCTIIESN IBEECBAXTS AXD DEALERS.
fT'JIE eobscillwrs tiay v uiracil a hrj;e ana extD
X sive house for tbe transaction of a strictly COM
M ISoloN BUIN t SS AN D . LK ERA L AGENCY .with
arrangements for theconstautreceptionof all kinds
ol Goods, Wares, Merchandize aud Manufactures in
tbe various departments of Trade.
It is with coutidenceand pleasure that we call the
atteution of those visiting Nashville to our varied
aud constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from manufacturer!, Irjt
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
UrueiE taiuiluliy attended to when accompanied by
the cash. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO.,
Central Stores, No,
27 and 29 College St..
!i o,Ps Patent ..Knitting Machine,
For Family and Flantation Usf,
T A KES all kind.; of Hosiery , Tippets, Undersleaves
aia. onu many oilier aruc:e3 ol wearing apparel,
Irom Woolen . Cotton and Silk Yarn. Everv Family
utt i in uicr snoijiu naveone.
H. C. LEA, General Agent,
575 Broadwav.New York.
AGENTS WANTED. marl3-L3m
Tics, Stocks and Cravats.
T JVERY variety of these articles received and for
I ' J ci In K rr T tf fW ITT
.M. DUXU J J. 11. UlCJ 11.1,
hpr5-tf Clierry street, one door from Caion
Fresh Ohio Corn 3Ieal.
rUST receiveil and for sale by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
may 10 Central Rooms, 27 College street.
A N lnvoice-of Black Eagle, Aligator and Oakland
.Zi. suitable for sradl families, just received and for
saic oy tii-J. . Mllf.L,LW s tu.,
miyl7 Central Rooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
MUST lUWEMEMT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
LN THE WORLD! !
rpHlSGASis generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
Jl for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the same
style as the ordiuary gas fixtures.
3 Principal Ageucy at 47 Cooper's Building
Cherry Street, w here the light can he seen at any
lime. Til OS. it. TAXtOK.
M. A. PAEKD3H & CO.,
fronting ou College aud Market mtm.
(ioutb of Broad,
500 bale3 Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Horse Hay.
30O0 bushels Shelled Corn
100 " Seed '
5u0 ' Ear "
100 bales flats;
100 ' Straw.
690 bundles Prime Shingles;
25,000 Wagon Spokes.
10C0 bushels Pennsylvania Oats.
100 bushels Family Meal.
00 barrels Northern Potatoes.
The above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close.
mar27-tf M. A. PARRISH r.O.
FZf Bcles Hungarian Grass just received and for
tlU sale by
M A PARR133CO.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. 69 Market Str
WE have now on hand a fnll and complete as
sortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, kc.
which w e oiler at the very lowest prices: ,
ircular Saw Kills, doable and single ;
Male's Cider Kill and Corn Sheller ;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
Miller. Steel Plows;"
Field Boilers, &e
' sepl4-tf ARMSTRONG & CO.
I N ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegests.,
THE undersigned respectfully Informs tbe public
that be has recently taken the above stand and
is preparedl o do Blaeksii ilhing in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy-Repairing, Ac, Ac,
in the best manner and at short notice. Ue solicits
a share of public patronsse.
JO. EDWARDS. J. K. GILKBSOX. K. F. EDWARDS. '
EDWARDS, GILKES0N & CO
(STCCKSSORS TO JO. XOWA.M,)
Coruerof College and Chnrehst.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission :
M EE CHANT S ,
'' AND DEALERS IS ! -
Fine Brandies, Wines, Ciars, Tobacco, te
It. T. FLE311MG, . ! ,
11 O 13 H E , S I ti ; X ,
, 62 UnionStreet, NASHVILLE, -
(BetweenCherry and SummerStreets.)
ita-Ordersfrom tbe country promptly attended!
May 27 tf . ,
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June; J.
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June; , ; '
ECIJXTIC MAGAZINE, for June; ' . '
Jnst received by ' F. HAG AN,
may29-tf rc College street.
MORE .'NEGROES IS A CASE!
; ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE. I
am.ng which may b found every 6HADK of the
' ' ' " 'also, . f
A very large assortment of ' . i "
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street. ' . i
aprJ-tf J. W. LANGLEY. ;
Conger's Saloon, j:
AT this New Saloon on Market streeS, near Union
LSC II .
will be regularly set every morning at i o'clock
and vry TeaiBf at e'cloc. - J2u-tf .
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
DEALERS IS .
. : 'AND
No. 49 Clmicli Street,
Nashville, T e n n e s s e e
Job Lots of Boots and Shoes.
A a.l.'.k will .all at nr.A t K. f.
gain I or casu, or iuur uiuuiu. pmuip. . m
immediately as they must be sold, at our War rooms
up stairs, ro. Ji.'i-
CHCHCH ANDSHSOf . .
.JOBS . AXDEBaOJI
llatlttll xlliii3Uil CW wV,
No. SO Collee street.
1AAA BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oata, juat received
XVJVJyJ and for sale by
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
7 E have on band a large quantity ef the best
v Hungarian Grass ec, wnicn we are selling
low. Cllt KLU Al10t03( ft CO.
;K nave just receiveo a large ioi or iah, ma
are offering it at the lowest figure.
mar2-tf CHURCH ANDERSOV & CO.
Whisky! Whisky! Whisky!
T TF. have in store a large quantity of tbe best of
V all kinds of the purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of com give ns a passing call.
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON A CO.
Sundries ! Sundries!
7"OU can Ood.at all times, at our store, all kinds
X of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coffee, Molasses,
Syrups, 4c, kc, &c.
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSC'N & CO.
f,ECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas of Silk, Alpae-Xt-ca,
Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and and others small for Summer nse
aprS-tf J. H. XcGIIX.
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Gauze Silk, Gauze Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconet and Cotton, received and for
sale by J. H. MoUlLL.
rVXNER'8 OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
Linseed Oil, for sale at
feb25-tC RAINS BROWN A CO.8
Fresh Corn Meal.
THE subscriber has mado arrangements with one
of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family Mea!, and is now
receiving 3000 bustiels which he offers to the City
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage
my!2 15 Markeu; eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
Tv KIRKPATRICK & SONS, No. 31 Sorra Third
J Strket, between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, have lor eaie
DRT fi SALTED SPANISH BIDES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner's and Currier's Tools at tho lowest prices, and
uuon the best terms.
49- All kinds of Leather in the rough wanted, lor
which the highest market price will be given in
cash or taken in exchangefor hides. Leather stored
free of charge and sold on commission,
septl 3mdw . .
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
TVR- DAVIS, Oculist and Anrist, 127 CarondeletBU,
J Aew Orleans, la., nas a newiy-mventea instru
ment, for extreme eases of Deafness. With its as
sistance a person is enabled to bear with tbe great
est ease to enjoy ordinary conversation and to bear
at public assemblies. It rests completely within tbe
Ear and can be wore without the slightest inconve
nience. One object of 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. Call and examine or send tor a circular.
ICE.! 1CK'.! ICE!!!
WJ E have opened oar lee Depot in the rear of
V the Stete Bank, and will sell as cneap as any
in the market that is as good. Ocr ice is from Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusively of tbe best Spring Water in the state, from
four to eight inches thick. W. will open a depot on
South Cherry street a iC. McCrary's grocery store
about tne IV or A
marl6-U B F AJ. J GARRETT
TVobaeco Sale Hays
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE, -On
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. .
jBr This arrangement is made for the puropose of
both accommodating buyers and planters, and I hop
will be satisfactory. "
marl7-tf . 4 HajriLTftV
Extra Fine Teas,
XF all the favorite brands X Plus Ultra. Gun
V Powder, Silver Leaf, Yonng Hyson, Howqu
Mixtures, imperial ana tsiack.
For sale hy . -spr21-tf
IHA DOZEN Flower , Pots, assorted sizes, for
1UU sal by RAINS, BROWN A CO.
Ground Feed for Stock. ;
AN additional supply Just received and for sal
by BENJ. t SHIELDS k. CO., . ;
maylO ...j. 27 College street.'
C BBLS. COAL OIL a very superior article, JubI
J received and for sale by
feb2S-tf RAINS, BROWN Si CO;
Coal OU! Coal OU!!j
J R. FIKjXy & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,?
Manufactured in Louis, Mo. i
r f HIS Oil la almost colorless clear as tbe purest
X Spring Water deordenzed doei not crust tbe
wick or smoke the chimney tbe best Oil made in
tbe East or West,ard took the first premium at tbe
last St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it neels to re
commend, it to ger.eral us. W. bav. received a
supply of this superior Oil, which we are offering to
the trade by the bvrrel only at manufacturers' pnoe.
- MiZELL, HOOPER at CO., . ;
aprll-tf bac Nos. 0 and 8 Market st
Coal Oil Lamps
6 DOZEN Coal Oi La.nps, or various styles, fitted
with the ceelbrated Collins Burner, for sale bj
. feb2a-tf . . RAINS. BROWN ft CO.!
Fresh Garden Seeds.s
WE are now ii receipt of a complete stock bf
LANDRETH'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of
locn ll .t. J ... . . : r I -
1U1.1UU1UK .u iuo umereuK Tftneiios ui ;
' Cauliflour '
; Sahrify, : ;
. Early Corn,
Eudive, .' "
. Turnip ,
; Carrota. i
- Peas, .
J. Kale. ; f ,v ..
Blue Grass, Timothy Hover, Herds Grass, Millet,
and all other kinds of field Seed on band daring lb
season. - . I
chants supplied withGardenSeed n
ft.N8. BROWN ft CO.j
. - - Fcrnishiog Goods w '
OrR atocftof Foil Bosom Shirts is again complete.
for coolness and comfort we commend them as
being pirticularly appropriate to tbe present hot sea
son. W bav am a small lot of Pud Booom Shirts,
together with aa endless variety of plainer styles
We hav also received another lot of has d some
Neck. Ties, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes,
Suspenders, Half-bot,fte.,&c. Also,, re-upplyol
Reasonable UNUER-WEAR. Call and sm our bcoda.
W ar determined to dispose of tbest al very low
figures, being anxious to reduce our stock. j
- ju2S-ir.-i -i i- - i-U,MaGXLl4
T HE HO WE
STILL MAINTAIN '
Their Superior Beputation
Tailors, ttoot and Shoe,
Harness and Carriage Makers
FAMILY USE I
THE FAMILY MACHLVE
Light and Heavy Work,
FROM THE "
LIGHTEST TO THE HE1TIEST GARMENT
- 0 .
Cash Premium of S50
Is offered to our PATRONS forth
Best Speclmcii ot Sewing
Exhibited at the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, com
mencing September 10, I860.
COKE BROS., Agent,
aug4-tf 63 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
WHEELER & WILSON
Challenge all Competition.
It is the Only Mncliine
OF ITS KIND t , ;
NONE can compare with it hi construction as to du
rability. Consume nothing for repairs. In beau
ty of design and finish it stands unrivalled. In point
of elegance and practicability of work done it cannot
be approached. There being no tension on the lower
thread the opposite being tbe case with every other
Machine the work will not be drawn. In fact, it is
altogether superflou. to multiply words at this late day
as to the merits of the Wheeler ft Wilson Machine. Its
popularity is world-wide and co-extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but to praise in unmeas
ured terms. Tens of thousands are using them through
the entire range of purpose and material for Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see the new Marking Guage and Instrument
or Stitching in Cord.
w Style Machine Fifty Dollar.! .
C. R. PARSON S, Agent,
auglT-tf UNION STREET, NASHVILLE.
H. H. HAYNES 85 CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and Purchase of Negroes
At No. 16 Cedar street
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec29-tf Nashville, Tenn.
rTAVING every facility in the way f workmen
HL and material to do first-rat work with despatch,
I will contract for Tinning roofk, either in the city
or country, at low rates, and in every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, ripmg, auey trapping, sc.
Also, Galvanized Iron Cornices, ftc, done in th best
manner. J. W. WILSON, j
" febft-t Opposite Sewanee House.
E. 11YEUS & CO.,
So. 52 Main St., Cincf nnati, Om
T TANUFACTUBERS of superior suality. Candies
1?JL of all kinds, Gum Drops, Lozenges, Sugar Toys,
French Confectionary, Fancy Candy and syrup. Also,
dealers in rruits, n uts, sarmnes ana ire w orks.
A. RIVA & CO.,
Direct through the Cnstom-bouseof Nashville, '
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, tScc,
From France, Spain ,Portugal .Germany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olire Oil,
VEUMaCElilil, &c &C
No. SO North Market street,
(Next door sbov tbe Watson Hons,) !
WASR VILLE, TENNESSEE.
WE have establisbeda bonseln this city for th
purpose of vending fine WINKS, BRANDIES,
OIGARS,c.,4o. jBnd keep cossUntly on hand sev
eral qualities of Wines and li randies, which bav
never before been imported into this State.
W import our Goods direct, (one of onr firm being
in Europe ranch of his time.) and PAT THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN AMICUS
HEREintbecity.whichfact, we think, alosesbould
provethatw i -
Cross Tics Wanted . j ";
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wish tooontractfor 40.000 CEDAB CROSS
riS,fetlong, inches thick, weii hews, to face
at narrowest place not leas than 8 inches clear of
h.rir -timiAP tab. sound :tobdelivrdatthgrsde
line o'f th road in Nashville. - ' -
Thecootractors wan ttoconf acu or su.uw ""
or POST-OAK TIES of thesamesixe as theaovkto
.k. iin.nrih road in Dues from
section 14 to section 24, enough on each aecti.it to
PerLns wishingto bid wllldireet toth President
and Directors of th Nashville and North-western,
julyM-tr -- -
Of American Portraiture .
Corner of Union and College Streets'
rTHlS staollshment, tn. moat white in i
I . v. . . .i;M ...linn.. IA lk. t Km r.finr t nf
ouuuiwDt,.fc.' - -----
th. fashion and beauty of our country , which fully
endorsesthesentiments of thousands, t ball t lithe
Melainot ypes ! . .
Atthishoosea rplcUresarwarrsntd to pleaseor
bo ihargewillbe mad.
W w.uldeipeclaJlylnvltethecommonltyand our
friarU. larMunlW rlsitour sreat tiallof Pertrai-
tur. , where pictures of th. moat celebrated States
men and Divines ess , vis: His Excellency
President Buchanan, tbe View President, His Excel
lency Gov. Johnson, Hon, Cave Johnson, A. V'
Brows,- A. McEw.n.Eph. H 'Foster, and a thous
and o then of oelel rity iiiahopa Pierce, Kavanaagh,
kariy , rayBe.uaacoai ,soai. ,Ancre w, tuaKtr.lir
Edgar, fte. , fte. -1 - , ,
Copiesof tbeabvcan b bad st s ew prices
vny time. aprl-tf.
Ambrotypet and Melaneotypes,
THE cheapest and th beat, ar mad. at th Ar
Gallery, corner of Coileg aud Union street
Dagnereoptyp Pictnr cf deceased person eas br
bcoppied and thrown Bp to th Lift SU Portrait
riaseauanasspcimns. 5 t
C. C. HUGHES. "
Princlpl and sol propria tar of tbe Meianaotyp
ngntis BasttTUie. , , . botju-
. Sell only CeBCloe Imported Gocdi.'
r. . i -. . , : m rr ... f u . 1 . V .r.
argeAo whicbwriptfullyTittbttnWB o
b public. Walwaygoarnt vry thins w ei
e b.th par article. W ahoaldb happy to to-
bcj Tin. iu. i z
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next erdisary drawing or tbe Royal Ravaaa
wnder the d perns ion of tbe Captain General of Cub
wiU tak nlace at Rn. .... .
Satnxdaj, August g5th, I860
, Sorts Hnmsrt 641 Ordinario'.i
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars. 9
1 Prixeof S100 0001 SO . 4 . c ioo
AU.UUU 1 1 &J& . iu
S0.MO . AnnMivimltr 1 i.u
l.. " : 10,000 1 -.; ...
4 Approximations teth.SlOO.OOOf $606 each -
or 400 to 60,000; 4 of 400 to 30,000: 4 of 400 to 20.
000; ef 4001010,000. , . s - v - i
MTlaoIe Tickets $20 J IlalTca 410
t Qnsrters ,
Prizes cashed at sight at S per cent diecoent. ,
Bills on all solvent Banks Ukn at par. -j., i
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as tbe resnlt '
JO All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (car of City Post,)
Charleston, So. Ca. - , , . cnay3-td
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY I
OF GEORGIA.' - V f
CHARTiiED BY THI STATE IN ISM. '
Y C Dawson & Co.. Manajrf rs,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH.Ga.
. ,' 1 "
KOVEL SC 11 Rl Kl
POLICY PLAJi IXyiTERYI
By tbis scheme purchasers ran seUetbetr oa
Nambers,and pay any amount for a ticket they may
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct. 3, '1859.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted)
at 6 o'clock, P.M. .. . -
In ihu Scheme, there are 75 Xamb.rs placed
In the Whel from 1 up to T6 and twelv of the
Numbers ar. drawn frena tho Wheel. If a person
selects on Number out of the 76, and that Number
Is among the N umbers drawn , he gets fir times the,
amovot invested. If two selected cambers ar
draws, b. get. thirty for ons; if throe selected Num
ber or drawn, h gets two hundred for on; if four
selected Numbers are draws, be gets a thousand lor
one; it fiv selected Numbers ar drawn, cv thous
and for on; if sis- selected Number ar draws, fif
teen thousand to om Jtemmber, If two. or more,
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among the Tweiv
Drawn Numbera.lhe Ticket is a Blank. ' -
Oar Havana Plan Lotteries
Draw Foes (4) Tubs a Month.
An dare the mostliberal of any Scheme ver o.lered
For particulars , addres,
W C PAWSON ft CO , Manager.
ootBl , Macos, and Savannas, Ga.
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Honse-keeping Made Easy.
THE WHEAT CHEER TEA ST CAKES will always
insure eood wholesome bread. For 16 cents you
can get one dosen Yeast Cake, which will mate 60
large loves oi uie d .re&a.
600 CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected by
express. ' Almost every family in tows has used it
For Spring cleaning it is invaluable for washing
Paint, Looking Classes, Gilded Work, Marble, Silver
or Plated Ware. . . , .
RRKKIGERATORS. We bav sold a larfe lot et
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. W bav
s large lot coming. . They ar. warranted to give sal
isfaction, as they ar not only tb best but ar th
sprl4-tf - MACKENZIE ft MTXCHIN.
WATER COOLERS, &.C.
JUST received direct from the snaanfacturrs and
for sale si lower prices than ever before sold la
36 plain Water Coolers, - - ;
26 PorcelUn lined do.
10 McDonald's Refrigerators '
. 6 Schooley's Pateatdo. - ?: - . j. i -.
60 Masser's 3 minute Freeseis. . .., ,
S Seamore's Pat. Freesers.
I also make plain Ice Cream Freesers to order ol
any sise. . --.'...
60 Dos. Mason's Pat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1
and 2 quarts.
30 dox. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing..
40 dos. 1 quart Glass Fruit Tars. ' . '
Ice Picks and Hatchets. i. - "i
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers. , . .
10 dos. Plated Dippers.
' fi dox. Pat. Egg Whips. '
, - - J.W. WILSON,
aprU17 . II CoUg street.
Sit Lux ct Lux Fuit ". t
COAL OIL LAMPS
TTjEbaveJust received asother supply of Coal OU
V Lamps, among which ar aotsw very Sao some
patterns tor parlors, all fitted with th. Collins burner
which Is th last improvement and Is immeasurably
superior to any other Lamp sow befor tb pubhe
for softness and steadin of flame, freedom from
smoke, simplicity In construction, beauty and ele
gance In flnisb , cleanliness and economy. On Lamp
will giv tb lightof four candles and doe not cost
as much aa on Tb Oil w hav imported to burs
in these Lamps is a clear, beautiful articl, tr from
anyoffensiv odor, leaves bo g.aas spot when split
upon carpet or clothing and will not explode.- -.
i RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
Wholesale ft Retail Druggists, No. 19 Public Square
Nashville Tnn ' mar.lbtf
fZf BBLS. Extra Family Flour; 100 bass Extra
eJU Family Floor, and 60 bbls Saprna. Flear,
just received end fo sale by .
'- ' A. KNKINS,
mar30-tf ' - ' No. 14 Soota Market st
' ' ' '
, G. B. BROWN, . A. J. HOOPER.. .. Q. SOZELL.
- WnOLESlLE GROCERS,
- " FORWARD ING AND ' -''
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AXD DOMESTIC IiqrOES, TCBIC
a;i. - CO, CIGARS, SSTFFS.itea
, , .Nos. 6 and 8 aiarket Street (
WHTSSIZS, MLAJTOirS, WLXa, 4&f
ha vein store nd for sai cnea to IB tr4
136 bbls. Jo. Nwom' clebratod Whlaky.- tj
6 bbia. Old Uourboa Wttiafcy. i - t . ,
TS bbls. Old Rye a prim article. u i .m
16 bbl. Old Kt. Warranted Pare, i--6
bbts. TeoBaee Whit Whisky. , -.-. v i
46 halt barrels Cherry Brandy. .: ;.- . .- t
24 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy. -.. k
0 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. - .-. -.i
10 bbls. pur Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls pur. Apple brajtdy. -i: . - ,
26 qoarter easks Uohaad Gia. vd ,k . --. '
Tt bbls. Americaa Brand y. - I-. .
lfi bbls. Sweet Malaga. Win. -,., i.
With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, fte. - - w
JaaO-tf -bav - MrXKLL, HOOPER ft CO.
Attention All!! .
rE have In stor , aud for sal. cheap, a Urg as
' sortment of Safes, which for durability, aad
eempleteBas of saaaufactere stand nartvaUed ta tb
United 8Utes.-. . - -
. . ... . - IfjZEIX, HOOPER ft CO.
Jan9-tf ; ar No.'s 6ft S Mark street
1 Fall ted Choice Stock ol Dry Coodi at U
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
UP to th. time of receiving Spring Goods we will
ofl ourntir stock of STAPLE sad FANCY
GOODS tl i s C
. cost row CASH,
Our object in dome this is to rduee our present
stock ss much ss pnssibl before renter sow goose.
Us to that time sU who wisb to bey cfcSap goods
will da well ta ealLes cs A a.i2,boutb Sid. U tb
. S. a. GXAjiCOCX. t: nyi.9.XKWictt.
GLACCO CK Cz ITISUCpn
Ofict, Cvnsgt$t.,ntatioor (e MereimnU'Bank,
f siTS ia and Agtiatafor ta pureasjt a
EentinT Heasei or Lsnl ia tleetyer eoa
try. Will sAso jpire tasir ad4Ttde4 ttua.
' Uoa to Uie Colleeuoa of Clams, U ju
Uea Losju, As,, sto. - - -
AliE - It el-O I4 A S CLO C
WILL sttepd to all sales of Property ef ererf
eeasertstlea either is tewaer eetavy.