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860.
1860.
Prp (Boobs, tit.
JBcutral.
FALL AND WINTER
JlisccUaaeans.
THOiPSBMCfl
Xo. 59,' College Street,
XASIir J L L E, TE2fXESSEE
Ate dow receiving their stock of
Fall and Winter
GOODS.
Ami take pleasure hi announciug to their
friends and customers, and the trade general
ly, that they will have a stock cl goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
"We most respectfully invite all to au ex
aminatioa of our GootL, assuring all who
favor ns with a call to give iijre saiisfac
UOD.
We at pre pent, invite particular attention
to our excellent assortment of
DRESS GOODS
VELVET KOBE3, wilh Flounce, tvry ri- k:
EADZMTEK SILKS :
ARMXT.bE fiTT.If (in colors.) something cnt.r.!y
new;
SOLID COLORED SILK, 1! plain o !-. and in
ured ;
POULT 'DE SOIE :
BEOCHE SILKS:
CHECKED SIXES :
BLACK ABartTRE ;
OTTOMAH V UK, New am. : :
CSUAKLI POPLINS, and
VALENCIA EOBES..
FM BROIDERIES
AND
LACE GOODS
Our Lace department is unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Lace Sets,
Maltese Sets,
Point A'Gaille Sets.
Point de Angleterre Sets,
Point de Alencon Seta.
White Goods!
Irish Linen,
Linen Sheetings,
Linen Toweling,
Table Damask,
Linen Eoyles.
JiUuui-l Cambric;
Linen Cambric,
Jaconet Muslin.
Nainsook do.
While and Colored T.u let. m,
French Muslin.
Swh Minim.
.v.-.,iv.
iC 33- 1& 1& X O
BRUSSELS,
VELVET, and
INGRAIN.
CURTAILS
Curtain Damask, and
Curtain Trim in ins?
ALSO,
STAPLE GOODS,
A full assortment of the various styles of
French, English and American Prints :
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet
ings. WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
grades ;
. . . . TWEEDS. .
JEANS,
CASSIMERE3,
CLOTHS, A c.
Good s fo r Bo 's W e a r.
PLANTATION GOODS.
We call particnlar attention to our large
and excellent assortment of ..
Heavy Goods for Negroes.
Empire Kerseys,
Tennessee Truck for Troweers.
Plaid Linseys,
Heavy Blankets.
Osnahorgs,)
,..... '. . - Jeans, Ac, fcc.
THOMPSON S. CO.
Aug. 24, 'CU-2W
iioRGrxrco;
IMPORTERS
AND
t r
JOBBERS
OF
DRY-GOODS
AND
Manufacturers of Clothing.
NO. 49
PUBLIC SQUARE,
ARE Tnfiv'm. and will have coinpl-te bv the 20th
rf..v of Aoni-l. a VERY LARGE AND EXTENSlt E
ST. K . to which theatteiai..u ttiti boy em m
v.tod aurio-iiiioci t
REMOVAL.
XEW STORC, NEW GOODS.
W. H. CALHOUN & CO
IMPORTERS OP
Y A 'V 4 . V. S .
1M OKAIXItf I-Ti
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
MAK KKV..VKI. TO TJIKiK .NEW S-TOKE.
CORNER COLLEGE AND PUBLIC SQUARE
Auilft-d-iw
R. C. M'NALEY & C0
HAVE ON HAND
OXE lilJDKLD KOLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
CANTON MATTING.
ALSO,
An t'utiMiullj Large Stock i"
PLAIN. i'LAJIJ AND STRIPED
C 0 T T 0 N S!
For St-rvantr. which they will -vl! very low
liy the ce.
IVrsotis not yet iippli.".l will consult
their interest ly exauiug t!iost imm.-j, as we
are dettrm imd to clone them out.
R. C. M'AAIKV &. CO.
aprlG-tf
CLOSING SALE
OF
ress Cv-ooris!
"JkToT w ishiuir to rarr ' over atv icrliciwif nur
1 SCM.TIEit S I OCK, we have tiiis day
REDUCED THE IMtHES
of fV'CtV
IK
Regardless of Cost.
jr-Persons not yet supplied will do wi ll to ex
amine tt.etn, us we arc determined to CI.ur-F. Til KM
OCT. R. C. M.NAIRY & CO.
juuel&-tf
COAL.
THE Tomirojeo Coal Couip:iiiy li;ivin; -oniiili-ei
llieir oieanumtioD, are now pri-iKirfd o executi
firler, ;mtl t enter into contract lo aoy extent, ami
tliey jlatter tlieniwlves tluit the iwotluce ot Uieir
inmos will favorably oiu)nre with any other '.le
MTiptii m of Coal brmipbt to this market, anl that the
moderate term- at w Inch they nili-r their CV.al will se
citri to thi-m a l'ull and lair share of public patrouacre.
We are now eetliui: our suj)erior Coal at Uie tollow
iil; prices:
IVst Lump Coal at So Thi per ton or 21c per bu-:hel
Si:p. Round do 4 50 17c
Xut Cial. for ckin)
and steaui, 3 5') " lc
Fine Coal tor Blaek-
smithiii? 3 00 11.; '
j-TKUM Cash on Ib'liverv.
HF.N'RY MLRP.AV.
Kiles Apent at Nashville.
Order left at Mr. Geo. (ireig's, on I'nion street, or
addressed to 1. o. Box 443, will reeeive prompt at
lention. Jj'pVard on Cedar Street, adjoining X. .V C. R. R.
JOHN JnCHMl'S.
Director and Manager, Tracy City.
july25-St:iwlin Marion comity ,Teiiu.
"habits of good society.
A Hand Book for L es and Gentlemen
This i? not, as might be inferred, a collection ol set
forms, cer. monies , points of enqueue, and couven
iionaliFms. Written by a person well couver.-ant
with the world, and, withal, a de-p toiuker, a sago
reasoner, and a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Macners, aud will lind
ts way into ev.'ry library. For sale by
JOHN YtRK CO.,
myll No. 38 Cnion stroot.
FO US J J.
Sl'M of money which the owner au have by de
2. scribmg the fame and paying for this advertise
ment, iiinuire at this oiliee.
anelS-tr
NEWBOOKS,
Jl-ST RFCK1VF.P BY
J O II A V O IS. K &. CO.
Tho Kellys and the O Kelly s by Pr. Thoue.
Margaret Mancrielle by Charles Burdelt.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poo and his Critics.
Humboldts Correspondence.
Mill on tho Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardee.
How to enjoy Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
laving Rep-esentatinn Men.
Art Recreations.
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies and tiei.tleinen.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening.
Notes on Ncrsing by Mis.s Nightingale
FJ Fareidis by author of I .amp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington Irving.
Litll Be uiy by author of Gamblers Wit.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macau lay ,
Tylcey Hall a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prince Houm? of
David.
Tne Florence Stories by Jacob; Abbott.
The Bibleral Reason Why Word of od.
Friers Wood Post Office by Heiu, of Redcl.tr.
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modem Rome.
T Years, and other Storie -mby Julia KaVaaaiilj
The little Beauty,
By the Author of the Gambler's Wife.
Kary Stuart, Queen of ScotU, by Bey uohu.
Dickens' Short Stories.
The Rebel and the Rover;
Just received by JOHN" YORK & CO.,
une22-tf 38 Union stre.t.
The Largest Stock of .
TOBACCO AND SEGARS
Ever Shipped to K a shrill e.
JS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
every possible gra.le, at much lower Ihrurcs than lor
ten years aut. .
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally , are invited to
examine my ' .
STOCK AND PRICES.
As I promise them bargaiua such as they have not had
focTKX YEARS. J. W. LAXGLEY,
Juiyai-U ifo. 44 I'nion ttreet.
DUS. S1MS0X iXD tA'COSTE,
512 U roadway,
Oppoeite the St. Nicholas, " lWJk
Established for the tr.jatment Chronic Diseases iw
tvth sxes. reqnirinjj experience. iaci-
and delicacy.
I'R. fAJflX. diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
DR. LACOSTE.
or the r'h-pitai. or mw Ef rjiKj!,"" ' f"
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Rk-ord,
Takes charge- of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
g.j Nature in both fezes, Weaknesses ana : Nervous
l-bility ana sucn anecuona oi -o
whx h the new French method ot
treatment is considered the
best.
Ir. imsoo"s Peruvian Cca. recommended by V.
HumlxJdt and Capt. Herndon. V. S. against Con
sumption, for sale at 3 ler bottle. The best remedy
o-riu.-t all aflrt-ixHis ot the Luncs.
Ijiroste's Flor del I cavalt. agaipst Sxuai w eat-
ness. S3 l-r bottle. The celebrated Kicord s PiUS lor
the cure of Sexual Diseases of a poisonous character, $2
per box. His Ladies' Parisian silver mis, warranteu
to have the desired enect. (2 per box. His Gorjorrbo-a
Dror core that disazreeable affliction in two days. $2
ler bottle. Safes for protection, $3 per dozen. All
r;medi"s. which are at ill a secret in the hands of only
a few Fren-ti phvsicians. can only lie had of him.
Medicines forwarded "by ExTe and Mail free of
charge, to all parts.
Address Box 3.076 Pi st Office. New York, in Eiig
lish. French. German or Spanish.
july24-dwly
J BLOODLESS VICTORY III
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
I01V.lllAIVS
MAGNETIC PLASTER
rxinS normousquattity o. this Invaluable Keme
X dy has bct-i j-urcuasei'b citizecsnf the L'nited
states J urinz thestii-rt t:uir It baa been before the
ubl!c. The reason for tbisOAlraor-linary success is
simply in the actual truth and value ofthe article.
No one buyFtje MAGNETIC PLANTER without be
coming its I rif-nd . It performs all that is promised
and carries with it its own recommendation. Truly
uisisa victory peacefuland bloodless but we be
lieve not less glorious than the triumphs of war. with
itffain of carune and desolation
The MAG V11T1C 1'I.A.STEK is undoubtedly the
Greatest St fLgiheuer and Paiu Destroyer that Sci
pneehasy. tdioovcred. If you puttuisi'lasterany
wiiere, it 1 ainis there, the Plaster wil lstick there
untiitb Pi:nlias vanished . I'nt-i'lastermagnetizet
heF away, and
tit 5 niiotexisi wficrrthisPlasteris applie
ieumatism , Lameness , Stiffness , Weakness .De
oil.ty , Nervousness, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Cough
and Colds , Pains and Aches ol every kind ,duwne ve
to Corns, are I M MEDIATELY RELIEVED, and , with
Ule patience, PERMANENTLY CURED, by the mag
calindueuce of t he MAGNETIC PLASTER. Itistht
simplest uretaf.t ,pleasantestanduhea pest rem
edyiu existence . Itsappiicaticnisuniversal equal'
ly io meairoup man ,ia uencaie woman , ami tn
feebleinfar.t. To eachaud al lit willprore a Bain
aud a Biessui).-. Its usei sagreeable, and without a n
noyanceor trouble . 1 ts price i s withiu reach of all
rich or poor; al I may havei t, ana al Ishoul 1 haven
whoaresiok ,aud snU'erin-i u any way .
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup
plied withtbe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be th
Good Physician iu any iionsehoid ,realy at all lines
and at mutant not ice .
Put opi n iir-thrbuin boxes. Each box wii.makt
six toe i'ht plasters, H lid any child can spread them
Pric. .S-. nica box ,witliHill audplain lirec Hons.
I. C. .TIOIti:iIEA, M.
lifert'-ronJ J'ruprict r,19 Walker street. Xeia Vorl
MoilEHKAD'S MAGNET1CPLASTER IS SOLD B
ALL DKl'GtilSTS AND DFLVIJiRS IN i EN VINE
NU'IUI.NM E EKVWHKKE. - -
j ui v 2J-deod4weo w ly in
MANHOOD,
TS& LOST, HOW BIST0KED.
Jutt l'ubliihel, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LEfTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATJIENT AND RA
DICAL CLRE OK SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, texual Dt-bihty, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Iinpoleucy, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Bv ROB. J. Cn.VERWEIX, M. D-,
Tlie important fact that the awful consequences of
self-abuse may lx- f-ttectually removed without mternal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here ch-arly demonstrated, and the entirelv
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated author ruily explained, by means of which
every one is enabled lo cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cot, therebv avoiding all the adver
tised nostrum.-! of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands aud thousands.
Sent under seal t-T any address, ptcjt-paid, on the re
ceipt of two postage t-tamps, bv addressing Dr. CHAS.
.1. C. KLINE, 450 First Avenue", New York, Post Box
4,oso. julylS-tf
OR
COXCEXTRATED ' POTASH.
Morethan Double the Strength of Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap withoutiime, with little trouble
aud attritiingexpense. Thecheajiestarticle ever
uiocovered lor the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or til'teen gallons of gocd Soft Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printer s wil I find it a superior
articleforoleauitii-type. ltis perfectly solubleand
fret- from impurities.
Rrokeni n smalll umpsand put up in 1 , 2, 4 and 6
it cans.
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brooklyn tndsold by
R. DURKEE & CO.,
oc.:3-dawly 1S1 Pearlstreet.New York.
rXYERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
MILITARY COLLEGE.
J. Bekkik.v Ijmislkv, M. D., D. D.. Cliau.-.-llor rf the
University, and Professor of Chemistry nnd G.-ology.
Coi- B. R. "Joiw.sos, Superintendent erf the -Military
Collesre. and Professor of Htgiueerinj:.
Jami-s F. Hamii.to.v, A. M., Prolcssor of Mathematics,
aad Natural Philosophy.
.1. H. Stkwart. A. M.. Professor of Greek nnd Latin
ljingua.-s and Literature. "
Ghokok S. Bi-kik, A. M., M. D., Professor of Botany
and Natural History.
Rev. J. W. Hoyte. A. M.. M. D.. Professor of Mental
and Moral Philosophy , and Biblical Literature.
R. W. PrrxA.H, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. Anclade, Teacher of French aud Drawing.
C. K. Winston-, M. D-. Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1S60-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, I860.
The Second Term commences on the27lh of January,
18C1. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12tii
of June, 1S61.
Tuition, Boarding, Washing. Fuel, Rooms, Srvants'
attendance, aud use of Arms, $1U5 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students are required to furnish
their rooms. Engineering. French. Spanish. German,
Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing each $10 jierTerm
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, ellective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order nnd industrious habits are promoted.
- For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
auv Member of the Facuftv. or
B. R. JOHNSON",
jury 23 w2m. Superintendent.
TEXX CSSKK STATIC FA IK.
OPENS at Nashville, Septetulier 10th. and continues
during the- week. $o00 each is oll'ered for the
best Durham Bull, Blood Stalion, Roadster Stalion and
Jack. Resides large premiums on Fat Cattle, and on
all the leading articles iu Machinery, Manufacturer's
and Domestic Departments. Coni-tition is open to
all the Slates, ami no fee is charged lor entries on aui
mals or articles.
Programmes will be sent free of charge to any part
of the luiou on application. L P. WIIXJAMA
Secretary of State Fair at Nashville.
angl5-wtd - , ,
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
Medical Department.
rHE course orLectures for 1S60-61, will commence
on I he 1st Monday of October next, and continue
five mouths. - - -
The introductory, as usual, will be delivered on the
first Monday in Noveuiber-
Thomas P.. JtNsis.is, M. D., Professor of Anatomy
and Physiology. ...
J Kkkkikn Lintisley, M. D., l'rofessor of Chemistry
and Pllarnuicy.
C. K. Wijwiox, M. P., Profeesor of Materia Ifedica
and Medical Jurisprndence. .
: A. H. BircHAXAT, M. D., Professor of Surgical' Aaat
omy aud Physiolgy.
Johs M . Watso.v, M. D. , Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Woineu and Children.
Pacx F. Eve, M. D., Professor of Principles' and
Practice of Surgery.
W. K. Bowiino, U. D., Professor of Institutes and
Practice aud Medicine.
Wiujah T. Briogs, M. D., Adjunct Professor and
Demonstrator of Anatomy.
The Anatomical Rooms will be opened for students
on the first Monday in October, (tho 1st.)
The Tennessee State Hospital under the direction of
the Faculty. U open taxha Cla&i free of charge.
A Clicique has been established in connection with
the Uuivresity, at which operations are performed
aud cases prescribed for aud lectured upon in the
presence of the class. -
Auiount of Fees lor Lectures is $106; Matriculation
u-e (paid once only,) $i; Practical Anatomy, $10;
Graduation Fee. $-5.
Good Boarding can lie procured for $3 to $4 per
week. For further infornuttioa or Catalogue apply
to W. K. BOWLING, M. D.,
aug3-w4t Dean of the Faculty.
X OB A CO O
. i TO PLE.SE LYERYBODY AT
W U O Li ,E S A ? IL li,
j . f " ... ; lis w
RANGING' from thirU-en cents to one dollar per
pound, purchased w ith a view to
HARD TIMES,
And will be sold with the same "hideoiu uwut3r," in
full view. . , ' .
JClao, Tuue larger slr-k oT" "
Cigars, Snuff,' Pipes, &c, '
Than ran be shown 'by any ether house in the State.
All of which will be lower than can be bought else
where in the city. i
. - - x . -J. W. LANGLEV J
aug.26-tf 44 Luioo street
Mercer Polatoes. ,. - i
I Of! BUSHELS New York Mereer Potatoes, good
JLOvs for eating or planting, just received and 1'oia
ale by . A.JENKINS,
uiMjX-tl So U South iUrt at.
TH1AOJB.
TRABU
WE are now recei vhi and opening a large
tected stock of STAPLE AND FANCY
and ae
t 1)11 Y: GOODS,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
,:. TRIMMINGS, Ac, .
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Negro extra size Mud Boots, and fine Far and Wool
Hats. Cloth Caps, and a large stock of Variety Goods
Threads of all kinds, and Yankee Notions. &c.. &c.
A large slock of every grade uf Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Linseys, printed and plain: all
wool Detains and Cashmers. Colored Silks. Black Silks
Poplins, Debages, French Merinos, English and German
.Merinos, muted American ivimes. Ribbons. Trim
mings. White goods. Embroider. . Ices: a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gi.. Flannels; Cloths,
C'assimer3, Sat t inert 3. Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings: a large stock of Shirts. Skirts.
Front3, Shirt Collars. Suspenders, Gloves.
Ho
and
half Hose of every kind, ace, tor.
A hiige aud well assorted stock of supertin -
READY - MAD i C L.OT1IING.
ConsLsticg of Over Coats. Busine?? Coats. Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pants and Vests, I u ler Shirts
and Drawers. A full line of Clothe? now in store, just
received. - -
ALSO, G60 cases of Shoes. Boots and Brogans. Chil
dren's Bo ts and. Shoes, and li.lant Slices. This stock
is unusually laree. and will be sold under any body's
prices in in is market.
ALSO,a large stock of
CAR I2T2iC2,
Velvet and Brussels Cai ieting. 3 and 2 ply half wool
aim an cotton carpeting, iHitch and Scotch Carpeting.
which win in-sol. 1 cheap.
ALSO,
Knives and Forks,
smws. Augers. Gimblets, Door Icks, Pad Ix-ks, Black
mg Brushes, Blacking, ;uns and Gun taps, ice, cheap.
We uuw illiugly ackuowletUe that we have the larg
est stock of every description of Goods in the citv of
Nashville, and all we have to sav, is that we intend TO
SELL THEM. Our house SHALL be the head quarters
ior c.sn aua short time prompt buvers onlv. There is
a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods in this city, aud we intend to sell to thai Trade
exclusively; and we say to cash and prompt time buy
ers call aud examine our
LARGE AXI) EXTENSIVE STOCK .
Before you buy, be sure.
. EDWARD TRABUE& W. II. LUCUS,
No. ..j rtiblic Npiare, .asnvillp, leini
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIELDS, Bookseller and Cashier;
GEO. W. NORVELL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman
JAMES B. NICHOL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND, do: ... .
HARDEN P. BO?TICK, do; last but not Wsi
by a good deal.
These gentlemen vi II be glad to see their friends at
all times nnd especially those who purchase for cash
and pav their notes when due.
aug2i-tf - TRABU E & LUCUS.
EVERY PRIZE WILL POSITIVELY BE
DRAWN:
SKCO.N D
Great D i s t r i b u t i jo u
OF
VALUABLE GIFTS!
BY THE
" Library Association Co., "
Chartered by the State of Kentucky.
BYERS & CLEMENTS
MANAGERS.
, FADUCAH, KY.
Friday, October 19, 1860.
1,C.0 Maguilicent Prizes,
. WORTH 820, OOP- -
TICKETS THREE DOLLARS.
One Gold Prize of $1,000, One Gold Prize of $300,
Horse, Buggy and Silver Mounted Harness $oO0, One
Rosewood Piano $400, One Rosewood Piano $350, 200
Gold and Silver l,evcr Watches, Magnificent Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware, Speudid Jewelry, Fine Family
Bibles, kc., kc , .
jgy A chance to get one of these vnlnable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, October
19th, 1S60, under the management of a committee se
lected on that day by ticket holders present. .
J8T All holders of tickets are requested to attend.
Send and get a Scheme witlt list of 1 ,650 valu
able Prize6. . ii .. -
AGENTS AV ANTED,
Adds B-ERS 4: CLEMENT?, - - '
augl3 I"aducah, Ky.
GTJK AND PISTOL MAKTHG.
z3 -
Frank. J. Bitterlicli,"
1G Deaderick5teet. Ud Stairs.
.o.
NASHVILLE, TEXX.,
MANfCTACITJEEE AND DEALER LN .
Guns, Wlllcs and lislos.
All work -warranted to bo of the Cnest workmanship
and of the most superior quality. . . - w -j
MS Reiwiring done in the best manner, and war
ranted. ...... . augo-dGm
Something to suit' the Times
Hungarian Grass Seed.
A . J E M'l N S,.
. NO. 14, MARKET STREET, .'I Z
IS anticipation or a failure in the Fodder au Cornt
crops, wouU suggest the propriety of sowing Hun- .
garian Gras Seed extensively, of which he bin stiU
got a supply. Also a small lot of , - . . :
r .'" ' Missouri Blillef, :7:; 3 ;
Which will mature in from 45 to 60 DAY& v This-article
has been already tried this season, and is highly
recommended by some of our best farmers. --
A. JEKKIX3.
aug3-tf .
- No. 14 Market Street -
Cheap Feed-for Srocfc.
'I 'HE Feed reduced to $20 per barrel by
txx
jmy .5, 1600-U.
. ... ia-.;
HHA BUSHELS BARLEY Wanted at'No.'n
mj yVJj vr Jtaritet etreet.
CROSSMAXJkDRUCKER, '
LATE OF KSOXYliXK.TENX. ,) ' j
ri ENDEKi-'hlBurofessionalservioeEto the citizen
X of Nashvilieand vicinity . He has been actively
engaged in the practice of his Profession la all its
hrancheefor the last .sixteen years, and hopes by
strict attentiento beabletorenderealisfactionto all
who mavfavorhim with acall.
Office No. 42 4 Cherrvstreet, near Capt. Stockell's
new residence. Residence Pear lstrcetiouth Nash
ville. apn-an
DR. JOIIJX W. MORTON,
Residence , Cor- College and Watkins' Avenue
(rOEMIRlT IUI STKST,)
Office o. 63 Aortli Cherry Street.
jan2T tf
pnsincss Carts
IC J. LTIJS.
6SO. W . HITCMNGi
L.YLES & IIITCIIINGS,
SLAVE DEALERS,
o. 33 veaar street, .
SiastrvlWe, Tennessee,
7"HXat all times buy Negroes suitable for the
if -New Orleans market. All persons having Ne
groes to sell will please give us a call.
JUiyZl-tr LYLES & HITCHINGS.
WHOLESALE DRV GOODS.
Ilats, Bott f Shoes, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queentware, S,-c, fcc
E. TRABIE & W II. LUCAS,
So. 73 Public Square.
""7Ewill sell every description of Winter Goods
i at tow ngures to close out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCA3
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 tneir pnrcuases in ibis market, that our stock
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that oar house tdiall be head quarters for
good bargains tor cash and snort, prompt paper.
jauie tt TRABCK & LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card
TO SOUTHERN 33ERCHAXTS AND DEALERS.
THE subscribers have opened a large and exten
sive house for the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUoINrSS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
ot ooods. Wares, Merchandixe and Manufactures in I
the various departments of Trade.
It is with coundenceaod pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
or our consignments are trom manufacturer! , first
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds, keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Ordeis faithfully attended te when accompanied by
mecasn. bl-j. t. i-Mir-LHb & CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St.,
feb8-tf , Nashville, Tenn.
toff's Patent Knitting Machine.
For Family and Plantation Use,
" f AKES allkinddof Hosiery, Tippetj,Undersleaves
XtJ. and many other articles of wearing apparel,
iroin nooien. couon and suk Karu. Every Family
ana r Lamer suouki nave one.
II. C. LEA, General Ageut,
575 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. marl3-d3m
Ties, Stocks aud Cravats.
IVERY variety of these articles received and for
sale by J. H. McGILL,
-- apr-u Cherry street, one door from Cnion
Fresh Ohio Corn Meal.
JUST received and for sale by -
BENJ. F. SHIELDS CO.,
naylO Central Rooms, 27 College street.
COOKING STOVES.
AN invoice of Biack Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
suitable for small lamiiies, just received aud for
sale by
miyl7
BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.
Centra), Rooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
AND
MOST CONVENIENT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WOULD! !
r pHIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
L for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the same
style as the ordinary gas fixtures.
Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Street, where the light can be seen at any
time. THOS. 11. TAYLOK.
janl2 ly
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
Produce, Commission
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
F routing on College aud market t
Nuuth of Itroad,
XiisHvillc, T'ennesssee.
mar27-tf
HAY.
5oo bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Horse Hay.
CORN.
3000 bushels Shelled Corn
100 " Seed " ' .
fiotl " lir
BALED OAIi
ltM) bales Oats; . - -luo
' Straws - - '
- SHINGLES. - - -
000 bundles Prime Shingles;
WAGON SPOKES.
2S,uu0 Wagon Spokes.
SEED OATS,
looo bushels Pennsylvania OaU.
MEAL.
100 bushels Family Meal.
POTATOES.
SO barrels Northern Potatoes.
The above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close.
Iiiur27-lf if. A. PARRISH
50
Bo lea Hungarian Grass just received and for
sale bv
MA PARRLJH CO.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
No. 69 Market Str ;
Nasuville, Tennessee. .
TE have now on hand a full and complete
TV sortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, &c.
which we ofler at the very lowest prices:
ire alar Saw Mills, double and single ;
Male's Cider Mill and Corn Sheller;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters; -Wheat
Drills;
ir:n niL.i ..1
5 - ' ' " Field Boilers, &e
seDl4-tf - ------- ARMSTRONG &CO.
BLACKSMITHING
IN ALL ITS BUAJNM'IIES,
Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegests.,
iNasliviIIe, lenn. -
THE undersigned respectfully informs the pnblie
that he has recently taken the above stand and
is prepared1, o do Blacksn ithing in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy-Repairing, to. , ftc.j
in the best manner and at short notice. Ue solicits
share of public patronage. - - t
. . JAS. TARPLEY, - :
jan24-tf . - - - - Agent. ;
jo. BowARns. k. exLSssos. wit.
EDWARDS, GILKES0N & C0.!
- (8CCCC8SORSTO JO.IDWA ,) ". ' I
Corner of College and Chnren .ts.", ,
VYiiciesalc Grocers and Commission ;
MERC H A N T'S
- - 'AND DEALERS IN ' " '" ,
Fine Brandies, Wines, Cijars, Tobaeeo ,ie.
OCtll-tf " - " ' '' t ! - j
U. T. FLEMING, -
11 1 1j H K . I t,
AND
Ornamental Painter, i
62 UnionS treet.HASHVILLE,
: . (BetweeoCherry and Summers treats.)
jyOrdersfrom the country promptly attended!
" May 27 tf r ' " 7
FRANK LESLIE'S aIONTHLS, for June4 ..It j
KNICKtivliOClktit. aAUAUJi., ior wuue; :
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June; .... . J
Just received by f v - 'l F. HAGAN, !
niay29-tf "tgas ' College street, j
MORE NEGROES LY A CASE
"' AOTHERXOT OF TH6SE FINK "
PRINCIPE SEGARS
i
amang which may D iouna every chads.
of the
...r -.- ALSO,; ;. . .v .;
A very large assortment of
FRENCH PIPES,
to wholesale, at Union StreeL
. WtLANGLEYf
- apr2)-tr
Conger's Saloon.
AT this New Saloon on Market street, near Union
.asabstartial ,
,:. , L D N C II V4 ? '- '
ill 'b reeularly set every nMrningl at 1 o'clock
U and every eTain at 9 e'clock J - - janS0-4X
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
FuueraV, .Undertakers;
DEALERS IN,
BURIAL CASES,
AND
CAS I E T S.
No. 40 Clinrclk Street,
N a sii v i 1 1 e ,
,T en ne s see
ct5 tf
T 1 A BWE. la U vi
Job Lot of Hoot and Suoes.
TTTF. have a laree invoice of first quality oi Boots
V V ind Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
ff.in for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
immediately as they must be sold, at ear Ware rooms
up stairs, No.
juuei-ir.
TRABUEft LUCDS.
CHUKCJl ACTEBSOS... JOB a. A-XOKKSoa
emmmi iiTrtnnLnV S. iA
WHOLESALE GKOCKKP
AND ' '
Commission Alercliunls,
No. 50 Collee Btreet,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
mar23-tf
- Oats! Oats!
1 n fr BUSHELS or A No. 1 Oats, just received
1UUU and for sale by
mar29-tf CHUKCU ANDEKSUJH H CJ
Hungarian Grass Seed.
WE have on hand a large quantity ef the best
Hungarian Grass Seed, whicn we are selling
mar29-tf - ; -
Tar! Tar !
TTlE have Just received a large lot of TAK, and
are offtring it at the lowest ngnre.
mar29-tf CHLKCH ANUt-KSON S CO.
Wliisfey! Wlii&Uy! Wliislty!
1 TE have in store a large quantity of the best of
V V 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!
rOU ran find, at all times, at our store, all kinds
A of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coflee, Molasses,
Syrups, ., &c, &u.
mar29-tr chckch ajnuekson s iu.
Umbrellas.
f .ECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas of Silk, Alpac-
At-ca, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and nd others small for Summer use
apro-tf J- H. McGILL.
Underwear.
NOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of
Game Silk, Gauze Merino. Cashmere, IJoen,
Lisle Thread, jacconetand Cotton, received and for
sale by j. i. uoiiu..
ipr&--.r
Burning Fluid.
TANNER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
l.cteed Oil, for sale at
feb2-lf - - BAIN'S BKOWN fAKti
Fresh Corn Meal.
THE subscriber has made arrangements wth one
of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
r.gular weekly supplies of Family Meal, and is now
receiving 3000 bushels which he offers to the City
Trade at slight advance over cost and carnage
A. Jt-NliiS,
myl2 15 Markets; eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
Tv KIRKPA TRICK ft SONS, No. 31 Sotth Tmsn
XJm Strhkt, between Market and Chestnut Streeu,
Philadelphia, have tor sale
DRY t SALTED SPANISH HIDES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips.Tauner's Oil, Tan
ner 'sand currier's tools at tue lowest prices, ana
upon the best terms.
as- Allkmds oi Leather in tne rougn wanted ,ior
which the highest market price will ne given in
cash or take u azchangc for hides. . Leataer stored
free of charge and aold on commission. .
geptl 3mdw i
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
TVR. DAVIS, Oculist aud Aurist, 127 Caroudelet St.,
L New Orleans, Ml., nasa newiy-iuventea insiru
men t. for extreme cases of Deafness. With its as
sistance a person is enabled to hear with the great
est ease to enjoy ordinary conversation and to hear
i at public assemblies.. It rests completely within the
Ear and can be worn wunout tne slightest in conve
nience, one oDjectol tnis instrument is to keep toe
organ in a constant state of activity, and by so .lo
in?, in time to enable a person to dispense wnn its
use. Call and examine or sena ior a circular.
aprl4-3m
ICILI ICliU ICli!!!
WE have npened our lee Depot in the rear of
the State Bank, and will sell as cheap as any
in the market that is as good. Our ice is from Para
dise Hill, 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 street a iC. McCrary's grocery store
about the IV of A - - -
marln-U B E. ft J.J GARRETT
tVo1vacco Sale Ways
AT
" A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEN O'CLOCK A. U.
auThis arrangement is made for the puropose of
both accommodating buyers and planters, and I hope
will be satisfactory. -. . - - -'
mar!7-tf "mii
, Extra Fine Teas,
vF alt the favorite brands Ne '
Plus Ultra, Gun
Hyson, Howqu
J Powder, Silver Leaf, Young
Mixtures, Imperial and Black.
For sale by - - ' - -
apr21-tf RAINS, BROWN
FLOWER POTS
100
DOZEN Flower
sale by
Pots, assorted sizes, for
RAINS, BROWN CO. ,
aprSl-tf
. Ground Feed for Stock.
A N
by BENJ. F.
SHIELDS ft CO.
may 10
2T College street.
Coal Oil.
J received and for sale by - ' ' .. .
feb2S-tf - RAINS, BKUWi a CO.
Coal Oil 1 Coal Oil 1 1
- J. R. FINLAY & CO.'S . 0
Premium - Coal - Oil,
i- -. - Manufactured in -- ' Louis; M.
t f HIS Oil is almost colorless clear as tne paresi
I Spring Water deorderixed does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney the best Oil made in
the East or West.ard took the first premium at the
last St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it nee Is to re
commend it toger.eral use. We have received a
supply of this superior on, wnicn we are oneriog v
the trade by the brrel only at manufacturers' price.
aprll-tf MO' ' Nos. 6 and 8 Market st .
' Coal Oil Lamps. ;; ;
6 DOZEN Coal Oi Lamps, o various' styles, tttt
with the ceelbrated Collins Burner, for sale by
feb2-tf - - , RAINS. BROWN CO.
I8 6 0, :
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are now In receipt or a complete stock of
LAKDRETH'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of
1859, including all the different varieties oi
.Artichoke, Lettuce, Beets,
Cabbage, Parsley, Nasturtiom,-
Cauilnour Pepper, Pepper Grass,
" Salrify, ' Eudive, ....... Carrots,
Leek,- . Beans,; Mustard,.
Borecole, Onion, .. . . Peas, .. ..j
Early Corn. "Rhubarb, gPlh'.
Squash, - Koil Rabbi, .'Asparagus, .
Melons, ' BrocoU, Okra,
Cardoon, Turnip, Celery,
adish, Cucumber : Spinach, . ;
IT. I A v
Blue Grass, Timothy Hover, Herds Grass, Millet,
and another a mas oi ( leiu peeu "! -
- umntrv ' ' chants supplied with Gardeu Seed o
WE20!' - ' BROWN CO,
"iv. Furuishing Goods. ; -
-rit Ki.wk of Full Bosom ShlrU is again complete.
yj For coolness and comfort we commend them as
beinz pnrticntarly appropriate to me present not sea
son. We have also a small lot of PuQ Bosom whirls
uwihAr with an endless variety of plainer styles.
We have also received another lot of handsome
Keck Ties. Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes.
Suspenders, Half boe, tc., Ac. Abto.a re-supply ol
Seasonable CNDER-WEAR. Call and see oar Goods.
We are determined to dispose of them at very low
flirarea. bainr anxious to reduce oar stock.
- janc22-tf . .. . , i H. XcGILX. 5
T H E H O W
MM MAOIi
J t
ESTABLISHED
1845
STILL MAINTAIN
Their Superior Reputation
FOR
'ViUlors, Uool and HUoe,
Harness and Carriage Makers
. ; ' ' and : -'; ;
FAMILY ; USE ! '.;
THE FAMILY MACHINE
SEWS BOTH
Light and Heavy Work,
FROM THE
LIGHTEST Til THE HEAVIEST GARMENT
A SPECIAL
Cash Premium of $50
. .. "
Is offered to our PATRON? fr tho' . '
Ucst Specimen of Sewing
Exhibited at the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, coin
meucing September 10, lsdO.
COM! BUOS., Agents,
aug4-tf , ' 53 College street, Nashville, Tebn.
WHEELER & WILSON
STILL AHEAD
' - aVd
Challenge all Competition.
It is tlie Only Machine
0p yjj. JJXP " -
ii v n i v rv v. i
"VT0x'IS can compaie with it in oiustruction as to du
XN rability. Consumes nothing for repairs. In beau
tv of design and finish it stands unrivalled, in point
ttf el.wanr-e and Dracticabiluv of work done it cannot
be approached.- There being no tension on the lowor
thread the opposite being the case with every other
Marhiue the work will not be drawn. Infact.it is
altogether supertlous to multiply words at this late day
as to the uits its of the Wheeler it Wilson Machine. Its
popularity is world wide and co-extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but lo praise in unmeas
ured terms. Tens of thousandsaro using iheni through
the entire range of purpose and material for Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see the new Marking Guae aud Instrument
or Stitching in Cord. . .
Xny Style Machine Fifty Dollars!
C. 1. PARSONS, Ageut,
augl7-tf lNiON STREET, XASnVILLE.
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale aud Purchase of Negroes,
At No. lgt'edarklreet.
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec9-tf IVafcrtVille, Trull.
Tin
Roofing. -
y"AYING everv facility in the way r workmen
lLaiid material to dotirst rate work with despatch,
1 will conuact for Tinuiug roofs, either ia the city
or country, at low rates, nd in every case warrant
satisfaction- Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, &c.
Also, G.tlvanize.l Irou Corna-es, ic.,.lonein the bet
manner. - J W.VVII.SoN,
febS-t
Opposite Sew;tnee House.
Ii . 3.1 V lV,. . CO.,.
Wliolettale Confectioner,
No. 52 Main St., Cincinnati, 0
MAXUFACTCRERS or superior quality. Candies
or all kinds. Gum Drops, Lozenges, Sunar Toys,
French Cenlectionary, Fwncy Candy andtfyrup. Also,
dealers iu Fruits, Nuts, siar.tiues aud Fire Works,
niurlo-fiui '
A. RIVA &: CO.,
IMPORTERS ,
Direct through the Custom-houe.f ' Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Jjpain, Portugal, Germany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
V lilWHC VA aIa! , Al c, V cM
No. SO North Market atrrof,
f' fNext door above tho Watson Ilouse,)
NASIYILLE,TKXXLSSEK.
WE have establlsneaa nousem iinacu ior urc
purpose of vending floe WINES, BRANDIES,
3IGARS,fcc.,&c., and keep constantly on naod sev
eral juatit.es oi
never beloreoeeaimpuivcu "-- . .
We imDort our Goods direct, (one of our nrm being
InET". of 'bistime,) aud PAVTHE CCSTOM-
HOUE DUTIES ON -Ala. I nr. "..-
HEREin the city .which fact, we think, alone should
provethatwe . . - . - .
. Cross Tics Wanted.
rfiHE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
1 pany wishtocootractfor 40.000 CEDAR CR
TlES,feetlong, 6inches thict.wcii oe,wi
atnarrowest piace iwi ic , 7
bark ;timber to be sound ;to be deli veredatthegrade
line oV the road in Nashville. nOTrrr
Tbecontractors wau ttocont- c tfor 30, 000 hi 1 .
or POST4JAK TIES of t he same si ze as the - "o ve , to
be delivered on the line of the road in piles from
sectioal4to section 24,enoughon each section to
snoDiv the same. - '
Fersens wisumgio mu
and Directors of the Nashville and Norm-western
RallroadCompony rNasnviiie,ienne.-.Ko.
inlyzi-tr -
pagncrretitijping.pamttnfl
ART GALLERY
Of American Portraiture. . .
Corner of Union and Colleee Streets
miiTUoaLablishment. the most extensive la the
X South west, still continues to be the resort ef
the fashion and beauty of our country, which fully
endorses the senGmeuts of thousands, tbati t .sine
greatEMPORlUM for a,, i
Pliotographb!
Melai no types!
""andAmbrotypesI
AUhi.housca picturesare warranted to pieateor
n n .K.rvA Will fej. fU&de. . ? .
We ooidespecialljrtaviictuecommanii.jrauu uu.
friends in general to visitour great Hallo I Portrai
ture where pictures of the moat celebrated States
men and Divines can be seen, vix: His Excellency
President Buchanan, the V ica (resident tits .xcn
lencrGov. Johnson. Hon. Cave Johnson, A. Y
Brown, J. A McEweu,Epb. H Foster, and thous
and others ofcelel rity Bishops Pierce , Kavaunuch.
Early , Pay ne,Bascom ,Sole .Andrews, and He v .lr
Edgar, Ac, Ac. -..'',:
Copiesof theaborecan be bad at a ow price a
icy time. j . ; prla-tf.
Anibro types and Melaikeotyiies,
fTHE cheapest and the best, are made at the A
J. Gallery, corner of College and I'nion streets
Iiaguereoptype Picture ef deceased persons ran her
be coppied and thrown up to the Life Sue I'ortmie
Please catland see specimens.
- - - ' C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and sole proprietor uf the MeUueotype
right in Nashville. nov21-tf
-Sell only Genuine Imported Goods.
Onralockof Domestiraod Havana Cigarsisery
arge ,to which we respectfully invite the atientlou o
lia public. Wealwaysgearantoeeverythiugwosci
o be the pure article. e nuomu 'i'j
...11 t.m .11 H.lnra and consumers when
her visit the city, as we are ABLE AND DETER-
aUKetooffertUebestonadicnwa.
4Uly28-tf . : , . . . -...A.KJVACO.
a.-.- ; .-.v .i-its-j.
UOYALr H4V4 W . LOTTERY-
IXpXLE -neiLttf iiH3xx drawing of the Royal Havana
I A Lottery .conducted by the Spanish Government
unucr me supervision or theCaptain General of Cnba
will take place at Havana, on
1 Thnrsday, Sept. 13th, 186Q.
C O , O O O O LtV. A IV S
- Sorteo Harnett 642 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
PTizeof $100 000 I 60 " 1,030
" " M.000 60 " 600
'-. 0,00013 " . 400
" 20,000 20 Approximations 8,800
" 10,000 J -
4 AnnroximatioBS to the $100,000,of $600 each A
ot 4t0 to 50,000; 4 of 400 to S0,0o0; of 400 to 20,
000; 4of400to $10,000.
Wtiole 'rtck-ts f20; Halve o
Q n artera. $ 5. -
Prises ca.-Uied at sight at 5 per cent discoant.
Bilison all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
becomes known.
TTy All orders for Fcheniea or Ticket? to be ad
dressed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (rare of City Post,)
Charleston, So. Ca. nuy3td
WALTON"
ITJIALE COLLEGE LOTTERI!
OF GEORGIA. .
CaASiED BY THE STATE IN 18S6 .
W. C. Dawsou & Co., Maiiajrer!,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA.
x o v v; isi; ii k !ii i;i
POLICY 1LAIS LOTTERY!
Bv thia scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, and pay any amountfora ticket they may
desire
Extra Claaa 2. Draw Oct. 3, 1SS9.
And on every succeeding tLay (Sunday excepted)
at 5 o'clock, P. M.
43-in this Scheme, thereare 79 Numbers placed
in tue Wheel from 1 up to 7 and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn fron the heel. If a persou
sulevu one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is among the Numbers drawn, he gets tire times the
amount invested. If two. selected numbers are
drawn, be gets thirty for on; if three selected Num
bers are drawn, he gets two Hundred lor one; it lour
selected Numbers are drawn, he gets a thousand I or
one; it five selected Numbers are drawn, Bvethous
aud forone; if six selected Numbers are drawn , lit
teen thousand lo one Remember, if two, or mure,
selected Nmnbersare taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among the Twe.ve
Drawn Numbcrs,the T.cketis a Blank.
Our Havana 11 an Lotteries
Draw Four (-4) Times a Motu.
And are the most liberal of any Schema ever oltet ed
For particulars, addres,
W C. DAWSON ft CO (Managers,
Oct 31 - Macon, and Savannah, G.
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ITouse-keeping Made Easj.
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES will always
insure good wholesome bread. For 16ents you
ran get one dozen Yeast Cakes, which w ill make 50
large loves of the best bread.
500 CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
express- - Almost every family in town has used it
For Spring cleaning it is invaluable for washing
Paint, looking Glasses.Gilded Work, Marble, Silver
or Plated Ware.
RKERIGERATORS. We have sold a large Jot ot
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We Lave
a large lot coming. They are warranted to givesat
iFtaclion, as they are not uuiy the best but are the
cheapest known.
aprlt-lf MACKENZIE iHNCHIN.
WATER COOLERS, &c.
JFST received direct from the manufacturers and
for sale at lower prices than ever belore sold in
this market.
25 plain Water Coolers,
25 porcelain lined do.
' 10 McDonald's Refrigerators
6 Schooley'8 Patent do.
60 Masser's 3 minute Freezeis.
. a Seamore's Pat. Freezers.
I also make plain lee Cream Freezers to order ot
sny sixe. .. - -
50 Dox. Alason'sPaL Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1
and 2 quarts.
SO doe. Plain FriutCans tor sealing.
4 J duz. 1 quart Glass F ruit Tars.
- Ice Picks and Hjlchets. -Sherry
Mixers aud aluddlers.
10 aoz. Plated Dippers.
6 doz.Pat. Egg Whips.
J.W.WILSON;
aprJl" 17 College street.
Sit Lux et Lux Fuit
COAL OIL LAMPS
WE have just received another supply of Coal Oil
I amps, among w hich are some very handsome
patterns tor parlors, all litted with theCoilins burner
which is the last improvement and is immeasurably
superior to any other Lamp now before the public
for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom f-ora
smoke, simplicity in construction, beauty and ele
gance in finish .cleanliness and economy. One Lamp
will give the lightof four candles and does not cost
as much as one- The Oil we have imported to burn
in these l-arups is a clear, beautiful article, free from
any oueusive odor, leaves nog. ease spot when spill
ui-ou carpet or clothing and will not explode.
RAINS, BROWN CO.
Wholesale A Retail Druggists, No. 18 Public Square
Nashville Tenn ' ' mar.lou
. . Flour! Flour!
KA BoLS.
Extra Family Flour; 100 bas Extra
JJ Fai
'amity Flour, and 50 bbls Superfine Flour,
just received and fo tale by .- -
A. JCKLI.a,
roar30-tf - . No. 14 Sou lb Market at
G. B. BROWN, A. J. HOOPER. Q. WT7.FTI.
fiHZELL,HOOPEE&G0
UU0LES1LE GROCERS, '
FORWARDING AND .
Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IS . -
FOSEIGS AXD DOMESTIC LIQUOES, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SXUFFS, ic,
- Nei.6 and 8 Market Street, .'
NASHVILLE TENNESSEE
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WIRES, &c.
W
E hive in store and for sale cheap to the trade
125 bbls. Jo. Newborn's celebrated Whisky.
no bbts. Old uouroon n nisxy. - -
15 bbls. Old Rye a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rvei Warranted Pure.
65 bl Is. Tennessee W hile Whisky. .
45 halt barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy. 1 ' I
. 30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. ,
10 bbls. pnre Robertson County Whlaky. "
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy. ; . j-
5 quarter casks Hoband Gin.
75 bbls. American Brandy. - -, S
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga W me. --. f
With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, Ac'
jana-U m - M iZELL. HOOPER A Ca
r'5 Attention All!! ;
T T nave In stoi e, aad for sale cheap, a larfc. as
sortment of Safes, which for durability , and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled la the
United States. -
MIZEIX, HOOPER A CO.
an-t . its. No.'s 68 Market Street.
A Fall and Choice Stock of Dry Goods at Co
" - AT
NICHOLSON & IIU3IPHREYs
U P to the time of receiving Spring Goods we will
otTer our entire stock of STAPLE and 1ANCY
G?Ud " COST FOIt CASH.
Oar obisct in doing tms is to reduc our preBt
stock ad much as possible before getting new goeos.
Up to that time all who wih to buy cheap goods
wdi do wU to call on us at No. 22, fcouth aide ot the
Square.
JC. K. GLASCOCI.
Q. 8. NKW SOM.
GLASCOCK & IlEWSOH
, , vju, CUUgttt. , ntxt dwr i Merchants' Be,
0 alert is aad AgeaUfor taepurcaMta
sal of . ,
REAL ESTATE,
uoa taU?ColficUo oi CUimi. liesoaa
uoa Loaua, &c, &e. - , - .
V 11. U. ULASCOCW
. -r tux attend to aU sales ef Property of every
W deasonptjon eithen towaer 9ojstrTr
iaall tf . i , ; ' !
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