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No. 59, Co! lege Street,
, NASHVILLE. TEKNERRKtA
, Are now receiving their etock cf
Fall and Winter
And take pleasure in announcing to their
lriends and customer, and the trade general
ly, that they will have a stock cf goods thi
season which can not be excelled.
We mogt respectfully invite all to an e.i
amiuation of our Goods, assuring all who
favor us with a call to give en4ire satisfac
tion. We at present, invite particular attention
to our excellent assortment of
VELVET E0BE5, with Flounces, very ric;
. AkHU . E SILK, (in colors.) something entirely
OLH) COL02ED SILK, in plain colors and fig
. , urtrd
POTJLT 'DF. STE :
, CRcCXLD SILKS :S
t BLACK ALinJiiE;
CjKLaI -i TJ J, Xw article ;
CiMANlI FOPL-NS, -nd
: AXJLKCIA i-OBES.
Our Lace d parfment is uua?ually attrac
tive this season. New Styles ia
Point A'Guille Sets,
Foint de Angleterre Sets,
Point da Alencon Sets.
Jacon- t Muslin,
White and Colored Tarletn,
& y& w q
4. m n
CJ" lf it
Curtain UamaIi, and
A fnll assortment of the various styles of
' French. En?!i-h and Ametican Prints :
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
CLO 1US, Ac.
Goods for Bo j's V e a r.
V PLANTATION GOODS.
2"u ca'I particular attention to our large
and excellent a.sortmcnt of
Ileaiy Goods for Xegroest
Empire Kerrey a
.Tennessee Track for Trowserp,
Heavy Blankets. - .
" " .'. ".' " Osnabargs, "
': - Jean?,Jc,4c
. " T1I031PSON &.CO.
- . Aug. U, 'C0-2w -
.. . . . t .
a agtrai lamps tiat rack piano a auperior
E are now receiving and opening a large and se-locic-d
stock of SIAPLfc AND FANCY j . .
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
i TPTlf ifivnc I
SHOES, LOOTS AND BROGANS,
"Siyj.ro -rtra size Mud Boots, and fine Fnr and Wool
His. Colli Chi-s, and a large stock of Variety Goods,
Thread? of pi! kmis. and Yankee Notions, tc, ic
A ltre stock of every grade of Print?, Bleached and
Brown Domestics. Plaid Liiiseys, printed and plain: all
wooi Detains anil Cashmere. Colored Silks, Black Silks,
Poplins, lx-l.ages, French Merinos, English and German
.M-riuo-. Printed American Del.a'iu.-4), Riblioiis, Trim
liiUiVi, While goods, Embroideries, I.aces; u large
stock of while, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
IV-inicr, Satiiiious, Jentis, S.-al Skin and Beaver
Cioti:-; Over Coatings'; a largo stoc k of Shirts, Skirts,
Fronts, Shirt t'olinrs, .Suspender;, mens, ll'ie and
liali' lio-e oi t-vnrv kind. ,vc., &.e.
A lar,;e aiil w-Mi assorted .-.tuck ofsu'icrGue
B E A DV - 31 A U E C EOTI 1 1 N G.
Consisting oi Over Cmt. Business Coats. Fiae Cluth
frock and Kress Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
and Drawer. A full line cf Clothes how in store, Just
AI.-o. 550 cas' i "f ,hoe?. FVv.ts and Brogaus, ChiU
drcu's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stock
is iinu'i;!iiy larre, and will bo wH under any body's
pric---. :n this m.rkvt.
ALSO, i nr-: stock of
Velvet and Brussels Carpeting , 3 and 2 ply half woo!
and all mti'-n Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpeting,
which w:!l K-a"id cheap.
Knives and Forlts,
Saw., AtJers. Gintblets, Door Iwks, Pad Iocks, Blaek
uig Ii iiih.. UbM-kin;, (,uns and Gun Cup, &c., cheap.
vt'e unwillingly acknow!e!.E;e tliat wo hove the larp
et stm-k of every dcription of Goods in the city of
N ashvi!l', and ail we have to say, is that we intend TO
S1J.I. TIltM. our house SHALL be the head quarters
for cTsh and short time prompt buyers ouly. There is
a Ca-h and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
(roo.is in this city, and we inteud to sell to that Trade
exclusively ; and we say to cash und prompt time buy
i-r tail and t-samino our
UUL AB ihexsive stock
I'ewo yu b'!y, be Fare.
EDWARD TRABUE& W. II. LUCUS,
No. 73 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SliltLliS, Bookseller and Cashier;
GEO. W. NoRVELL, Fjitry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAMES P.. NICHoL, Salesman;
f. BAYMOXD. do;
HAP.1KX P. BtJSTICK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
Tli-se gent iemfn will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pav their not"? when due.
aug24-ti TRABCE & LUCTS.
HC. DOI til .V-,
A. W. SOITUWHRTH,
lKO. H. TUAYEK.
Importers and Jobbers ia
Foroicn mill Domestic
NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE,
K A S 1 1 V I L, J . i: , T ESSKK,
n AYE on li and and tor e.iIo ut the lowest market
priced, upon lilwral terms, tho largest and the
best BH-orted Slock ol" Fancy and Staple IJry Goods we
ever oll'en d to the trade, viz:
Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia Truck for Trows
Lake Shore Jeans, Flanneli, Haid Luw-yB, Tweeds,
Jeans and Satinets; - ' '
Negro Kerseys. Liuscy and liigging; "
Plantation Tlaias and Stripes;
Sliirtm;, SheetiL'3 and Ifenaburgs;
B- d Txk2, Cueeki and DrilU;
Blankets of all kinds;
C'llis and CisslniTc?;
I.-idi-s" I'rtss tixds;
Prints and Gjch.im;
Linen and White Goods:
Embroideries and L.-;
Uoi-ry and Gloves j
Turea i, Buttons, ic, &c. '
BTRD DOCCI AS,
A. w. sotmrwoKTH,
CEO, II. THJkVEX.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
rea'ers at Wholesale in
XO. 53 rVBUC SQUARE,
VE now in store a splendid stock cf F.eady-Made
Citbiie,of the beet makes and qiialitieo.
X. W. BOnHWOKIB,
GKO. H. T1UTEB.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
PeaWs at Wholesale in ;. ,-
Hals, Caps, Bonnets, rmbrellas
ANT r ' .
JVO. 53 PUBLIO sqVARZ,
HAVE on hand a large stock of the latest and most
fashionable Huts, Caps and Bonnets. Also, ITmJ
brelUs and Carpet Bags.
HT. IMl-ULAH, '
a. w 84trunroKiB,
OSO. H. HUTES. i
DOUGLAS & CO.,
IealerB at Wholesale.ia
Boots, SLocs and Erogans,
CARPETS, r I
Writing and AV rapping Paper,
XO. 53 PVBLIC SQUARE,
Nasliville, 'I ennessee,
HAYING refused to enter the various Eastern Mr
keuj thus season until the reduction had been yield
ed ou the July prices of Goods, the abatement thus se
cured , connected with tba handsome discounts obtained
for cash payments, reuders our .took the cheapest we
ver otfercd for fcaic - i
We too,alway make liberal discounU to buyers pay
mg canh at date of purchase. .
Wo invite the particular attention of the trade to this
Grew a. lock of flIereliaudlMi so admirably
ad&bled to the wants of the surround in countrr. . i
I We are free buyers for askof Feathers. Guueag.
' Bwax. La. MICAJui k 7
..aga.a ; , , i . --,- -
Mkhkl I CO.,
E. C. M'NAIRY & CO
J ON HAND
OE IIIJNDRED; ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An LTnuualIy Iar;e stock of
- PLATX. PLAIT ANT STRTPFD -
C 0 T T 0 f;
For Servants, which they will wl! very low by tli
piece. , I ' .
5- Persona not yet supidied will consult their inter
est by examining the?e goods, as we as: detkiuii.vi3 to
CLOSE THEK OCT. ' '
R. C. TIcXAIKY & CO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet supplied would do well to exuuiiic
them, as we are determined to dosed tliem o'it, FR
WHAT WE CAN t:FT
R. C. 3IcNAIIlY CO.
July 20 tf NO. "5 COLIJJOE STT.EET.
SNYDER & FEIZELL
Have on hand a large asaortne nt of
LAPIES" French Dret-s Trunks;
do Sole Leatti-T d': '
do "Cabinet'' " do; (a new article.)
Gnt"s Fine Solo Leather Trunk?;
do do do do Valises. (Ashland and other
styles;) which they are ollering at very reduced
rati-s. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
W Uolesale Wcalevs,''
.Yo.l XaalivIIIe Ian filock
Are in receipt of their Fall Stock of Foreign and Io
O IZY GO OB
Varieties and Clothing
To which they invito tho attention of the Trade.
WM.'S. EAKIN & CO.,
WHOLKSALL UEILEKJ IX
' KEADY-3IALE CLCTaUC, YARIETLES. iC,
No. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,
1X7 E invite the sjiecial attention of the trade to our
1 l,are and well assorted stock of
Fall and-Winter Goods,
Which we will sell Lowfor cash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. S. EAKJN & Co.
Dry Goods and .Carpet tore.
Nos. 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth street,
Dry t;ooilsant Cvvv)cln?,
Are now opening an extensive and complete assortment
of Foreign and American IRY GOODS, CARl'fnNtJS,
FLOL'R OIL CLOTHS, iic.,iic.
Families, Hotel Keepers, Steamboat Owners, and Pur
chasers generally, may depend ujfou tlndmg the best
clas of Goods, at prices as low as they can be purcluis
el ia the Eastern Cities. sept4-3w
I 8 6 0.
W. J. POCTER,
K. A. AlUSOX,
Late i-ith AUioa. Andnrson Vo.
WM. If. JilHSSOX,
PORTER, J0ILS0Ar & CO.
SIXtKJIW TO SifFirT, TOIiTKn k CO.,
Exclusive Wholesale Dealers iu
N3 Public h'qiiart',
NASHVILLE, : : : : : TENNh&SEE.
A 7 E are now receiving ni;d iieiiing one et th
V V largest aat most desirable Stock of Goods ia our
line ever offered to ihe rnilo in this market.
our Goods coniine Cram ManiUacturers' hands direct.
and uou the best Mssible terms, wo ai3t respectfully
invite au examination of our stock by tho trade vis-ting
this market, before making their purrliases, as we
feel confident we can prrHte their inttTest by giving
as a call.
PORTER, JOHNSON & CO.
sept21-till aov 1 :j
XliaW l'ALtli t.OOlVS. J
Allison, Anderson & Co
LMPORTKRS Afl WUOIiH-MX DEALERS UT - ,
FOREIGN AIVD D031EST1C
DRY-GO O JD S
AND .. .- . . .
R cady-Made Clot Iiing,
XO.-4I, PUBLIC SQCAKE,
A'ajLville, : ": V : Tennessee. !
7 E are now receiving an J will in a few days have
VV ready for exhibition and sale oue of the most
desirable suicks ever brought to this mxj-ket.
Wo thurefbre- respectl ai.y uivile an e lamination of
our stork - by-the traded visiting the market, bofore
making their purchases, as we teei conudent we can
promote theu- interest bv giving us a cail. Vr f I
aug22-2m ALLISON, ANBEKSON & CO. '
Dc Fort &t, Armstrong &, Co., ;
DHY GOODS , MERCHANTS,
80 & S2 CHAMB1ES ST., NEW Y0EBL
(.il'LD notiiy the Trade that thoy are owning
WaekJy, ia new and beautuul patterns,.- i.
The Wamsutta Prints,
ALSO - . , ;
"-" 'The AmoskeaS'.l!:
TTTtp-t? " .
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Country
for perfection i of execution And design in full Madder
Colors. Our Prints are cheaper than any in the market
and meeting with extensive sale.- ; . , ,
jB3 orders promptly attended to: '
api4-dcowly " '
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
Uatt, Boots SboetjRtady Mailt Ooikuig
Hardware, Quetnsarr, ttr.'f tfc. J
E. TRABUE & VV H. LUCAS,
. .. . i( ITo. 73 Public Square.' ' . . ".
XTE will sell every description of Winter Goods at
V low Ugtiree to ckwe out as near as possible before
receiving our Spring Stock. Our Mr. 1ACAS is Bow in
tint Eastern cities soliciting consignments and purchas-
iai; iob lots for cash and short time paper, and we
Promise OUr HIQWluno wut jiatiuuiio, UMkiun uivii
purchases m this marketthat our slock wilt bo large
and attraeUvej and we plle urseioa Uml our house
aiiall bo bead quarters for good bargains for, cash, sad
short, prompt paper. ' , $
Tempest's Sto ; e Jars
mat supercede all others.
UACEKNZIS k MZSCSBi
-t European Hedieal laslituler r :
No. 704 Broadway, above 4ih Street,
THE necessity of giving to the public of the Caited
Mates, a rational and not expensive treatment m
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. Sanson (for several years known
in this city as the most successful practitioner in that
class of affections) to extend his sojourn in New York
for another year.
He may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, 704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
Ficr del Ccayali, (S2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or self-abuse, the
best remedy known ia Europe.
His Preventive against Infection, $1 per bottle. .
: Ricord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box sufficient to cure any case, (2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy cures that disagreeable af
fliction In 2 few days, $2.
Best French Male .Safes imported by himself at $3
. All his French and Spanish Remedies for Affections
of Ladies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Physicians
At bis Institute there are eight room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He is under the necessity of notifying th'o public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
oOice, at 512 Broadway, and that an imposter is copy
ing verbally his advertisements.
Tho Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tol, where he can be consulted iu English, German,
Italian. French or SpaiiL-h.
Letters should be addressed to Box S576. P. O-, New-York.
Cholera, Flux, Dysentery.
"jyfO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
X in the Home. Children an dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this reni'-dy "would prompt Iv
enre. . .
Debility from Heat. ;
While he Thernioinetor ranges over 90 in the -hade,
the Graoleuberj.' HEALTH BITIKUS, which cost 25 els.
lMckago. makes ih, best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 2- cents yon ran make half a gallon of those
health giving bittif s which aid the appetite, give v
ert j the cnistitntket. reguhito tho Ixmels. and conquors
general 6' bilitv. Now i the season for tli.;r use.
julyl-3-lf XlCKliXZIE ic MINCIUX.
Xo Time to Wait for the Doctor !. '
4 P.OCT iIh-o tiiie-s all childr-n will eat gre't fruil.
J. At anv moment of day or uidit 1hey are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morbas: Dysnniorry or liar
rhtea. No time theu to send tor a Doct-ir. Tho t;ra-f-enberg
Innterv Syrup instantly relieves all such
r?e. No family ought to lie without it it in the ho-ise.
Its promptness has sived thousands of valuable lives
in TVnueWeo ia uo lBSl ,ttW years. Only 50 cents a
bottli- THOUGH for a whole family for a whole season.
A fresh lot )iit received.
iu.ivl.j-n MACKENZIE i: JilNOHX.
HOW LOST, HOW BIST0RED.
Just rublishtd, in a' Sealed Envelope,
a LEcrrr.K ox the nature, treatment and ra
dical Cl'KE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness. Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involuu
tarv Emissions prutbicing Impoteucy, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Bv ROB. J. CTXVERWEIX, 51. D.,
The imjortant fact that the awful consequences ' of
self abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical do
vices, is hero clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
colebrat'Yt auiher fully explaiued, by means of which
everyone is enabled to cure himxclf perlectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby 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, posi-pato, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 4S9 First Avenue, New York, Tost Box
4,556. palylS-dAw tiU april o 61
One of; the most popular and benevolent
ON DEADER1CK STREET,
ri'HE Doctor himself U an old Parctitioner, from the
A old and this country, being already 15 years ia
America, having manfully and honorably sunnoiintep
all the trials oi the new world, and battled and con
quered death of the w hole rauge of diseases of our dif
ferent climates, soutli ana orin, so luai me lame oi
his success in the treatment of general and private
diseases id indisputable for which be has tho most re
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, iu general,
by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to illus
trate his kill. He is conversant with the American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, consci
entousness and discretion.-
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing a
fee, to Post-olllce Box No. 3ot$.
His Family Rusideuuo is ou North Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended the use cf
INDUCES us to call tho attention of all those alHicted
with Piles to It. It is being tested daily with the
most benfiflcial effects.- It is the only preimratiou that
can be relied ou lor a permanent and speedy cure. If
you are aulicled try it at once, ana ue careiui to use no
other tnidieine m connection witn it. it is compounc.eu
under the supervision of L. N. SV. ELI' wlio will return
the money if no cure procee'is from its use.
3- For sale at Demoville'. :'id Dogrovc's. and by
ether Druggists. junelo-tf
DRUGS AXD MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and ILuket .treet
Wt are prepared to execuio orders for Drusa
aud .TlediclneM aud all articles unain
Inglo the laug Business, with despatch ud at the
lowest market price.
The ?ameatteution will be given as heretofore to
have every articlo ofas good quality as ropreteutcd
aud iu no instance will auy thing be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is our intention' to maintain tho reputation w
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Uediu ucs, and we, therefore, invite yon to examine
our block, before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show ou iuiiuceuieuls seldom oUured ia thi- or auy
other Southern city . Ia addition to Drngs wo have
conftaiiUy on hand a largo mock or Perfumery,
COUPS nllU tU'iri Ai H1.19rT, IIUIW , Ajiuawu '
Tnrpeiiliue VrUutios, L-i'i-jr- and Wiucs Tor modi
1 . ai-rlO-lf :
TIfE Ini!; Store recently occupied by WELLS &
HOOPF.R is a-ratn open, and the large stock ol
Dnigs, Modicines.- Paints, Oils, Varnishes, aud indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
areatlv reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HLDDLEfrOX, KTCivcr.
Prescriptions put np at any hour cf the day or
night by experienced PrcscriptioniaU. ,
RECETVET) a supply of rmbrellas of Silk, Alparca,
Gingham and plain Cotm m extra large and
others small for Summer use.
apre-tf ' : ' ; H- JICilLL.
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of Gauze
cuir i:,nn Unrinn Psclimff! T.infT T.isIThreail.
Jaeronet'and Cotton, received and for sale by
apr-Ui'--i - : .' - V- - - J. AU.-'M-OXLaj.
.-1000 lozen Jfrnit Jars.
: . 250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap. ' '. t
2oo 44 2 - 44 44 4
200 " 1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 44 -2 " " ' - " ' -25
44 1 ' " Flint Glass Jars. ;
200 " 1 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-4f For sale by . J- W. WILSON.
JUST received by Railroad, 200 dozen 2 quart Glass
- - 150 dozn 1 quart Glass Fruit Jars? - -190
':- 1 and 2 quart YeUow Fruit Jars. '
POZEX, hrt kind. J r . . , j f- .
Ice Cream Freezers.
d A A3-SOBTED sizes Maasers Fire Minute Freezers.
OU For sale by . J. W. WILSON,
july24 - - jT College street. '
; Jnst received by M. A Parrlsh k Co.
dt l BAGS Crushed Corn; ' - . -
aZKJKI 100 bags Family Moal;
S50 bags White Meal Corn.
:; BTiiTiiiig Fluid.
ri 'AKXEB'3 OIL, Sperm- OIL Lard .00, Coil Oil, Lin
J seed OiL for sola at
feb25-tf Xj V J.;JtArX5, BROWN t CCS
. Coal Oil Lamps.
DOZEN Coal Oil Lamps, of various styles, fitted
with the celebrated Collins Burner, for sale by (
feb2-r - : " - - RAINS, BROWJf t CO.
AF all the favorite brands Ne Pius Ultra, Gun Pow
J der, Silver Eraf, Young Hyson, Howque Mixtures,
Imperial and Buck, ror sale oy
apr21-tf RATN3, BROWN ft CO. ;
f A A DOZEN FVrwer Pot, assorted sine, for sate
XUV by , iiAlS, bboha s co. ;
apr21-U 7 ' ' '"'" : : " ' --
BBLS.X50AL OIL, a very superior article, just re-
oeivttd and for aaie ny .
. V WnOtESALE CBOfEUS,
- - ' ' FORWARX'ING -IND
AND DEALERS TN
F0KE1C A.D IC3IESTIC IIQUORS, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SXITF , ic,
IVos. 6 and S ?Iarket street,
Wliiskies, Eraiidies, Winrs.ete.
x7 E have in store and for sale cheap to the trad.;
125 bbls. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whisk v.
65 bbU. Old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bbls. Old Rye a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rye warranted puro.
85 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 half barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brac-Jy.
&) quarter bbis. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robert-win County Whisky.
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy.
2-5 quartar casks Holland Uiu.
75 bbls. American BraiiJy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Cognac, Catawba Brundv. ice.
jauQ-tf MIZki.L, HOtPER & CO.
Oil! v.oal il!t
J. r. fin Cay is. co.'s ,
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
Miinn!3"iiired in St. Louis. M.i.
THIS Oil U almost rotorlrs elrar as the purest
Spring Water rieonieri.iil los not rru.t the
wick or smoke tlio chiiuney :ho bet tii made iu the
Emm or Wi-st. and iik the lir.l preniiuiu at tla lut
St. Louis Fa-r. on.- trial is Mi it nevN to rivoiiinit-Jid
it to geiieral use. We have receiv--l a sup'uy of th;?
hUjH'rior Oil. which we are ollering the trade by ll "
barrel on) v at liianufacKirers' price.
MI'.ELL. HO'iPKR ..; CO ..
isurll-lf - N.. 6 nd ! Mark-t -t.
TT K are in receipt i f a Mitpment el the ei.e.s
V C'ollee ever received iu Nashville, which wo iir
olferin? to the tra-lo at a I-jw tl-'ure.
Au-9-tf. YA.tAA., HOOPER &; Co.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received. ;md fr sale at a low figure ."UK) bush
els siiiH-ri'.T llu::'ri:iii l.ra.-w S 'o. Tins seed 1?5
been selected with Kr't c ire. and wjs raised in the
Northern juriiou oi Mir-ouii i-- tree Uem dirt and till
apr.l-lf bc MKELL, HOOPER CO.
, .jeiix u. anhlto.x.
CRURCH, ANDERS OX & CO..
Com in ifit i n 1 e v e U an Is,
Ko. 0 College street,
1AAA BUSHEIjS of A No. 1 Oats. just received
1UUU and for
ClOTtOI. ANHEKSON & Co.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
itti; h;iVe on hand a Ltrgo quantity or the best
V V Huusrariin Grass Seed which we are selling low.
niar-'J-tl CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
vtte have just received a large lot of TAR. and are
T ollering it at the lowest fijruro.
CHURCH. ANDERSON & CO.
AVni ky! AVliisIiy! Wliisky!
WE have in store a lare quantity of tho best of
all kinds ot the purest WHISKY. All yc lovers
of the essence of corn give ns a passing enlt.
marSO-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
I HAVE THI3 DAY AvjOCTATED MATTHEW ADDY
with me in bu.siue.-s, the name of the firm to be
Robert Moore Co. ROBERT MOOI.E.
July 1. 1S00 43 Walnut street.
ROIiKRT 3IOOK11 & CO.,
Produce Ccmmissioa Sleicliants,
,o. 49 Waluut street,
Purchase and sell, exclusively on commission. Flour,
Bacon, Cheese, Butter, Soeds, Oils, Dried Fruit, Can
dles, Soap, Cordage, Brooms, Bucket. Tubs, and arti
cles of lHimestio Manufacture aud PRODUCE generally.
1 1st U 1 il I
Blue autl llertls Grass Ss"
IICXGAIIIAK CilSASS SEED,
lilf EBP O Ili
' 1a1I OIa,
Star Candles, Bacon
SOAP. Tallow Candles. Cordage, Brooms, Buckets,
Tubs, Crackers, &c
I have arranged to be constantly supplied with con
signments of tiie above and oilier art icies of Ohio Pro
duce auu Manufacture and solicit orders, ccarantcung
QrALtTY To bb sui-KiiioR, and prices as low Or, ott'iTed bv
auv house iu tho city.
Consignments of Tennessee Produce sold and retun:s
4'J Walnut street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Auction and Ccmraission Card.
TO SOUTilEUX SEUOLlXTS AaD PEALLUS.
THE subsi riliers have opened a Lire and extensive
house for the transaction cf a strictly COMMIS
SION BUSINESS AXD GENERAL AGENCY, with ar-
augomeuts lor the constant reception of ad kuids of
Goods, Wares, Merchandize aud I-Uuiufact ues in the
various detriments of Trailo.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call tho
attention of those visitil:g Nashville to our varied and
constantly ch;uigiug block, as the larger portion of our
consignments are from manufactures, fret hands, or
thoseoi-ceri to sell to raise funds. Keep ia view that -tho
money is made in the purchase. orders faithfully at-
tended to when accompanied bv tne casn.
BENJ. F. SiiirXPS i CO.,
Central Stores. Ne. 27 and 29 College su,
felatf Nashviilo, Tenn.
A.:u.v A - '& CO.,
U-irOKTERS . ' '
Direct through the Custom-house of Nafhvil!.
- AND DEALERS IN
Wines. Brandies, &c ,
From France, Spain, Porlugal, Genaauy and Italy'
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil, '
V evmicUli.c, &..,
ISo. 30 iVortli Ma rite t street,
(Next door above the Watson nouse,)
N'ASIIVI LL. TENNESSEE..
T7E have established a house ia this citv for the
VV purpose of veuding tine WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS, fcc, &e., and keep constantly on hand sever
al qualities of Wines and Brandies, which have never
before been imported into this State-
.We import our Go Is directions rif our firm being
in Europe, mnca of his time,) and PAY THK. CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON AIL THE FOREIGN' ARTICLES
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHN M. SE0RIST,
- X tit if WHOLESALE DEALER i :-.'
IN :AL,L. KINDS OF
!; J. l l. .Cincinnati, Ohio.
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. 1 - Aug21-!m
Come at Last.
. A. - A V. S ,
No. 14 Alailict Street,
Has just received . ;; l
.-. ,50 bale Hay;
50 bales Fodder;
...200 bags Oats; '
- o00 bags Bran -.
septKMf ' ' ' -100 bags Meal, r
M. C.- BKUCE,
Auction & .Commisjiia Mcrchaci,
Corner Cedar and Cheny eti.,
TisPECTFllXr' solicits consignments of Merchna
IV dise of all causes. Satisfactioji civea to coneign
eea and purcluers as nearly as possible. Consignees
of goods to this market will find my auction aooros well
fitted up, and the goodswill be sold without delay and
the money paid over forthwith.-
M. B. goods bought or sold oa ray own account.
Charge reasonable and liberal advances made on eon-
THE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
Ftvlo f fdwards, Gilkeson Co.. is this daT
J. K. GILKEStJN.
li. P. KDWAP.DS.
JO. Ell WARM.
F. B. HARRIS.
E. T. EOWAREa
EDWARDS, nARRIS & CO.,
(SUCCSSSOKS TO ESVAW8, GI1.KER.-05 4 CO.)
WILL COXTIXUE THE
YV Uolesalc 4vocery.
FOSWAEDIXG AXD COjISISIGX Bl'JIXSSS
At Ihe old stand, corner cf College, and Church sis.
VV. A. JOHNSON At. CO.,
.CAR0XDEI.E1 STREET..-. . ......27
k. KiKSPjMcs. a. : 7rrn?. b. kiskfatrick
KIRKPAT.HIUK &. CO.,
COHjIISSiOS & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Io, 27 .ATCU2 S'rHtKT,
(Between Magazine aad Camp,) .' ,
KIRKPATRICK & CO.,
COMMISSION i FOPiWAEDIM; ItlUBAMS,
. NO. 2T NATCHEZ STKEKT.
il!:-l.vii Matraine and Camp.i
Aevt Orleans, Ja.
CLARIi, (tREUORY & C0.,"
x!E PUOI'UIl-n-i'P.s Oi"
T-j whom ail order, uit'.sl be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cccoanut
I K I O X ,
i College Street, t?poMtc twiiiirc Ilonsc.
MORE JVEGROES IS A CASE!
ANOTHER LOT tF TH'VK FINE
Among which mav h. found every SHADE of the
A very large assortment- ot"
to wlmk-sale, at 44 Union street.
J. W. LAXGIXY.
T O B A V i. O
TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT
YV li- O - Ia'- E S A Ia li,
RANGING from thirteen cents to one dollar per
pound, purchased with a view to
And will be sold with the same "hideous lnoiwter," in
Also, a much larger stock of
Cigars, bmifl. Pipes, &c,
Than can be shown by auy other house in the Slate.
All of which will bo lower than can be bought else
where in the city.
aug.25-tf 44 Union street
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
27 C A RON DELET STREET, 27
New Orleans, La.
The Largest Stock of
TOBACCO AND. MM
Ever Shipped to Nasliville.
IS now being received by the undersigned, mbracing
every iossib!e grade, at much lower ligures than lor
ten years past.
Jobbers, us well as dealers generally, are invited to
STOCK AND PRICESi
As I promise them bargains such as thev have not had
for TEX YEARS, J. W. IAXGI.EY.
july23-tf No. 44 Uuion Etreet.
WE have upwards or 200 Heating sieves frCoal
or Wood, of ail styles aud sizes.
PA K LOR STOVES,
GAS AND SMOKE.DUENING STOVES,
SEVEN AND TEN P(LATJ3 STOVES.
All of which we will sell at cost (with freight addt!)
for cash. MAUKENZ1K MLNcHLX,
seplii-tf - No 6 C.-llege Street.
Cauts aud Umbreilas.
FINE lot received to-day, aud a variety cf C.mibs,
il. Brashes, Porte Monies," Purse", Traveling lings,
Dressing Cases, &c., all selling at kiw rates.
Bcp3-U J. H. McGILL.
Ground Feed for Stock.
N aditimal supply inst re-eive.1 and for sale
by . . . BENJ. F. SHIELDS & Ct'..
mnyto a; CoUege street.
Tempesl's Frni Jars.
WE have on hand-several hundred down Qiiarn
and Half Gallons of those famous Eruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and bt article yet invented for
the preservation ot Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries !
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries !
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries t
Tempest's Jai preserve Pio Piaut :
"Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches !
Tempest's Jars preserve i'luais I
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces !
Tempjst's Jars preserve Cherri.. ! '
Tempest 'b Jara preserve Tomatoes '.
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizes.
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes which
we are ofl'jruig at cost prke, as we feel assured that
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supercede all others.
june0-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCIUX.
DU.JOIIN VV. 31 OUT ON,
Ees ence; Cor. College and "Watkins' Avenue
( FORMKKIT LIN'S STR13ST )
OFFICE NO. 63 NORTH CHERRY STREET.
1 jati27-tf -
Selected Lump Coal. -
InE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at the yEtna Yard, where it is sold at the low
price of 21 cents per bushel. Drop your orders in Box
No. 94 P. O., and they will be promptly attcuded to
SAMUEL J. AGXEW.
feb3-tf'. Yard bark of N. & C R. K. Depot.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of. Union and - College Streets.
T'HIS establishment, the most extensive in the South
west, stiH'continues to be the resort of the fashion
and beauty of our country, -whfrh- fully endorses the
sentiments of thousands, '.hat it is the great EMPO
RIUM for '- . X
" Jielainotvpe?! "
i 1 aud Ambrotypcs!
At this honse all pictures are warranted to please or
no charge will be made.
W-would especially invite the community and our
friends in general to visit our great Hall of Portraiture,
where pictures of the most celebrated Statesmen and
Divines can be seen, viz : His Excellency President
Buchanan, the Vice President, His Excellency Gov.
Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V. Brown, J. A. Mc
Ewiiig, Eph. H. Foster, and a thousand others of cele
bnety liisuojis Pierce, Kavunaugh, Early, Payno,
Bascom, Soule, Andrews, aud Rev. Dr. Edgar, to., &c.
Copies of the above can had at a low price ni auy
time. . - . . - . ' aprl2-tX.
B. i.'LTIJES.'- "
GEO. W HITCaiSGS
-LYLES & HITCHINGS, ,
s l Av e Id e alers ,
No- S3. Cedar street
?iasUilt'. Teuues ee,
WILL at all times buy Xegroea suitable for flu Ne i
O-ieans market. All persots having Srrtx-9 to
sell willplnasegive us a calL -, - ' ' 1
juiy2i-if .lyixs t'lnTcrnycs.
L. s. jjtjvXl.
;lVo.9 "Clier ry Street,
..i - U NASHYTIXE, TENNESSEE, ' ' vv. ;
spt2a-tf i.;-v-t t .ft -- i - " s-'i. '
CHANGE OP TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains, between
XashriUe"and Louisville, making close connections
at Louisvilie for New York, Bceton, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Washington City, Buftalo, Niagara Falls, Cleve
land, Cincinnati. St. Louis and the Far West.
On and alter Scsjiat, Jui-T tue 8ra, 1S60, trains will
run as follows:
First train, Mail, leaves Nashville at 5:00 A.M. daily,
stopping at Galiatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junction,
Elizabethtown and all regular stations when signalled
by a flag, and arriving in Loaisville at 1:40 P. M. Re
turning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A. M., stopping as
above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:15 P. M.
Second train, Express, loaves Nashville at 5 :50 P. M.
daily. (Sundays excepted) stoppiug as first train, and
arriving in Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Returning leaves
liOUisvAleat 850 P. M., steppin-as above.and arriving
in Nashville at 35 A. M.
Ga! latin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville daily
("Sundays excepted) at 4:30 P. M., and arriving in Gal
latin at6:10 P. M. ' Returning leaves Gallatin at 7:00 A.
M-. and arrives In Nashville 9:10 A. M. '
Thronch tickets on sale at the Depot for iU points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many duT
fereut routes. j
JNO. B. ANDERSON. Superintendent.
A. J. Enon, General Ticket Agent.
. julylo-uU' - -
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
ON aud arter MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10th, 1?60, the
Morning Train, gouig South, will leave Nashville
at 5:15 A. M-, instead of 4:15.
Tliroagh Tickets given to Decatur, Grand Junction,
and Memphis. Only seven miles Staging
Tire time from Nashville to Ieoatur, Grand Junc
tion, and Memphis will be 1 hour and 15 minutes less
than by any oti.er route.
Returning, the Train from Memphis. Grand Junction
n lecalur, will arrive at Nashville at 4 P. M., cue
h'.':r toiiU-T ih.in bv auv ether Road.
. O N. PERKJN.S,
The Eveiiiug Tri.in a i'i est ve at 3 o'clock, P. M., a
KaSiiTille and Chattanooga R.R.
pmm fOzx ;
Change of Schedule,
OX AXD AFTEi;
Sunday next, April 29, 1SGO,
Ps-eii.r Trains will run as follows:
Leave Nashville at 4 A. M. and 3 r. jf.
Arr:e at ChattroiiKiga ISO e. !t. au t 1.45 a. m.
l.'ave Chat tanomra at 7:30 A. M. and 7:30 r. M.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 p. a. aud S a. .
A IX rail connection, and shortest route to Boston.
J New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Citv. Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchbnre. Kxoxville,
Savannah. Charlesloti , Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
leans. Both Trains connect at Stevens'.i with Trains ou
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Cluiltauooga
with Trains on East Tennessee aud Georgia and West
ern aud Atlantio Usilroals.
Tliroiis-b Tickets n.av be had at any hour on apphcar
tkra to Ticket Agent, ul olliee at Depot, to the following
places and ut the billowing prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. Cbarh-slon. S. C. -.
-' " 44 F T. &. Va. route,
4 . 44 -44 Savimuuh
PhiUdelphia, ' "
New Oii -ans,
Holly Springs, Miss.,
I S 60
E. W. COI.E, Superintendent.
EX I'll ESS F11E1G11T.
THE Nashville and Chatlan.oga Railroad Company,
in cumin linn with the Roa.is below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charl.-ston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. No delay to freights
bv this route. E. W. COLE.
Charleston aud Savaunali
I 1 a 1 11 rr Ia Va S
Eaies ricduced end Speed Iiirreascd. s
EXPRESS Freight Trains on ail the roads. On and
alter the 24th of December, 1S59, through rat.
from New York to Nashviller
First Class, por 100 pounds $1 04
Second Class, i4 1 35
Third Class, " 4i 1 10
Fourth Class, " " 99
Hats, Caps ant Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
thn-e and a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, Eoven and a
hall", eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are ruu on Sunday over three
No detentions l-y ire or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted bv the Nashville and Chattanooga ltailroad on
deliverv. " C. W. ANDERSON-.
Freight to .cw York end PliUadclpliia
Cotton ;uu Vour,
CHARLESTON AXD SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bole of not more than 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1
Xo insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cottou compressed al the option and expt'nso of stev
ruers w hen conipressiHi, it can lie freighted from New
York to foreign jorts at ," to 2 10 ks than cotum not
llirougU r.nreipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and ChaUiUi-..Lra Railrvad.
C. W. ANDERSON, .
di.'23-lf General Agent. '
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON" JUNE 11th
LVAle Miami and Colacibus and
ftS'Tl, HUIILTOS & DAYTON
1860 smmm i860
Tt, ,sl, ,n in 32 U hours. New York in 30; hours.
Philadelphia ui 26 hours. Baltimore in 24.4i hoars.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs. Albany in uours. .
Buftakj in 15 hours. Dunkirk iu 14 hours.
Cleveland in 8 5 hours. Pittsburg in 12 J hours.
WbeeUtnd iu 9i hours. . Steubensville in 10 hours.
Crestline in 6 hours. Zauesviilo in 6 boars.
Sandusky in 10 hours. Toieda in 9i hours.
Detroit iu 12.!i hours.
Through Trains lraye Ciccinnati as follows:
7:30 A. ,TI. EXl'HESS From Utile Miama
D.'li-t, and from Cinciaili. HamilU Si Dayton Depot,
connects via. Colurubus, Cleveland Dunkirkand Bullalo;
via. Cotumbna, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Steubensv ills and 1 ittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Beliair and Bi-nwood.
7:30 A. I'I. EVPItKNiS From Cincinnati,
Hamiilonand Detroit Depot, aiso connwu via- Lima,
Toledo, lietroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and
lO A. IU". F.XI'RES From Little Miami
D-pot, connects via. Columbus, Beliair and Ben wood;
via- Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg: via. Coluuibua,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo.
q p, i, EXt'ItES From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; vial luyuin, Clyde and Sandusky.
JioderuMeepius Cars on tills Train,
IIP. Tl. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus ,St cube ns villa and Pitts
burg: via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus. Belliar and Benwood; Tia Columbus, Crestliue
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Duukirk and
BuIUUo. . .
Slodern.SleepinsCara on this Train.
Passengers for Lata Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. JI . nave S nonra in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. II. . make direct connections.
Tie 6 P. M. Exf-rtiS, Sut'irdayt, makes all eon
' necliona cs advf.rtxftd. except for Detroit
vttd point in Canada. - .
Tue Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which Is lTtuutes
faster than CINCINNATI TIME.
Baggage Checked Througii to
all Eastern Cities. -
T Passengers should bear in mind that the 4-CLV-CINXATI''
is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. ' Con
nections are made promptly, the Ruads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
insuring fcPBEn, coxrour and SAFETY.
,-" TIIUOUGII TICKETS
Are Sold at ail the PRINCIPLE RAIlJiOAD TICKET
OmrESlti the WEST aud, SOUTH. Ask lor Tickets
Vuu CINCINNATI. - . .; . ; - '
P. "W. STR.VDi2t, General Ticket Agent, Cin'ti. ,
' - juacB0-tf . i . - j - i j
1 - Attention All! "
WE have ttv store, and for sale clieap, a large as
aortmcnt of Safes, which for durability, and
completeness of manufacture sund unrivalled ia the
United Btat(. M1ZELL, HOOPER it CO., -
- jaaO-tf Koe. and S Market . -
Great iatioiiat loute.
To Baltimor r PUiiadeiphia,
NEW YORK iSir BOSTOX,
. AND GNLY V-H xTi TTJT
AXD BALT13I0KE AXD OHIO '
rpERMTNATE at Baltimore and TVashington City on
JL the East, and Columbus on tt West, at wbtch''
j. laces it connects with Railroads for and from ait
points in ....
. The West, Southwest and .Northwest.
Passengers by this route can visit the cities of rtlli
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone byeth
Through tickets can be procured via Washington
City to tne Eastern Cities at an additional charge of l j
dollars only. ,
Sleeping cars attached to all night traias. '
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED."
With the privilege of stopping oJT at all princhl
Business men or Travelers, for pleasure or infonna
tiou, can visit all the eastern cities at a comparatively
sniali expense. The scenery is calebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimuy; it is unequalled in th.i
world. Its system of IkiyaBd Night track Police; its
splendid equipment its exclusive Telegraph Lanes: its
large amount of double track; its fine Hocels (un ler
the surveillance of the Company) ensuros w the pas
sender " SFEED. SAFETY AND COMFORT.1
Through Tickets and baggs ch".-ks can he obiaine.1
at alt the (Principal HnlmiJ and Steamboat olli. i-i
Asfc tor-Tickets via., Baliioiore ami 0ii
W. P. SMITH, Master cf Transportation.
I M. COLE. Geut-ra! Ttck-t Aat.
L. F. FCIJR, General Western Aul.
J. W. BROWN, G..-n'i Ticket Acnt.C-O. It. II.
Notice to Shippers
IT being of the utiuot-t unpurtAuca for the prj.T
proto tion of liie Track, aud to keep out ( th- w..v
of gravel ais-1 other trains.' that freight trains Ik- run ;.'t
reiruLir uniform rate of tpec-.l, wh h c:iu ouly lie a.'
complilhed by running ou schedule turn-; tUcretore, in
order that th- freight traiiis may be-ruu en the tt:i-i
laid down in the schedule, it is opIittxI that after tuf
ty days from this dale, freieht will be revcucd by lb
Nashville and Chattanooga Ri:lrc:et Coiujuiiy al s" ;, l
uie stations oulv.
Hates on Flour lteduced.
ri -HE Nashville and Chattaunoca Railroad will r,-.-. :v.
A at Nashville. Wartr.v-e, Sheibvviile a.l Staii -ns
N. k C. R. R. between Nashville" aud Wartrare,an.t
give throiiiin receipts lor Flour bv Car load to CUar--lon
or S-ivatmah, at uue Dollar per barrel iLroe.-U,
E. W. tY'IE.
Sup't nf Traa'portatkm N. Jt C. I!. K.
Express to Clarksviile.
THE Southern Express Cottony respecliuliy an
nounce that they are now ruiumt;; yr-vMiwu-"
through to Clarksviile. via. LiK. and M. C. A I. 1.1
cars, and are prepared to forward to thrt place and in
tervening l o uus with prompm.-ss and ul-ii. h a:i
g"Kils usually sent by express. They will als.. lorwar t
1 a!! places ou stage roi, Us, connecting ith the aN.ve
Raitroods. Bills, notes, draits, etc., colic-p-d aisd
prompt return uiade.
i- Oniee No. la Iubiic S-viTe.
feb!7-tf A. K. 11 ILT, Superintendent.
The Express Freight Train
Cm the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad ili com
mence running on the 221 of July in close coi.no.tMn
w ith the liwess Train on the great Southern Liaw via
Charleston and Savannah and continue during the busi
ness season. Through time from New York EIGHT
DAYS. E. W. OHE. S.ipi.
Jasper Brancli liailroad.
Office Nasu. i: Chat. Ruijioap Co.
Oi lolier 3, 159.
BY or.I.T of the Board of Dirty-tors are ma-le ..n Ihn
stock of tho Comiany subscribed for hniHmir a
a branch road from Bridgepiirt ti Jasper, livable to tl,...
Tn-iisurcr of this t omjiany as follows :
lne dollar ou each share on tne 1st of November, ft
1859, and two dollars on each share on the 1st d.:v .!
Iiecember, 1S.'.9, January, February, March, April
May, June, July, August, Soptembur, Oc!ot.er
aud November. 1S60.
Payment may be made to Jackson Pryor. at J::-,-per,
or to the Treasuer at his iflice in Ndshviile.
Proinptu.p in meeting these calLs is ripi.ist.l .(
subscribers of stock, as the caistruction ol the ron I
deK-D.is exclusively on tue means provided siwciiicaJly
for that purpose.
ocl4-lf W. A. CLE.VVES, Trea.urer.
K0VAL 11 A VAX A LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
under the supervision of tiie Captain Gucal ot tu'u
will take place at Uavanah, on
Saturday, October 20,ISGO.
i O, O O 6TTo la la A A 4
Sorceo Numero 64 1 Ordinari?.
Capital Prize IUO O00 Dollars.
1 Prize of.
1 " 4- ..
1 l- ..
i " " V.
...f 100 0OU
50 Prizes of 1 000
153 I; " 4oo
4 Approximations to tbe 100.000. of fdOO eaol, -4
of 4O0 to 60.000 ; 4 of 400 U 3U.OUU ; 4 ol 400, to 2 0ul
4 of 400 to $10 ,000. j
Whole T.ckeU Z20 ; Halves $10 Qnarters $5.
Prizes cached at sight at 5 jvr cent discount.
Bills on ail solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as own aa ihc riult
ta" All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be a t lres--
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (caraomivPosQCUarljal .a,
FE12ALE COLLEGE LOITEUYI
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN 1S5S.
Y. C. Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVAXNAU, GA
X OV ILIililu li ME!
Policy Plan Lottery II
By this scheme purchasers can select their n
Numbers, oud pay ai-y am-junt far a ticket th-v wy
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct. 3, 1830.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday eeepit,) at 5
o'clx-k, P. M. v
In this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed in
the Wheel Irom 1 up l 75 and twcive ot I ht so
Numbers arc drawn frin the Wheel. It a pers-m r
I.-CLS one Number out ot the 75, aud that Numi"rr is
uinong the Numbers drawn, be gels Jive times the
amount invested, ll two selected numbers are draw n,
he gets thirty for one ; tt Three Selected Xuiuk'r
are drawn, he gets two hundred for one ; if lour k--lected
Numbers ore drawn, ho gels a thousand tor
oue ; if five selected Numbers are urawu, five tiin'..-aud
for on ; if six selected Numbers are urawn ; C:te u
thousand to one. XMiuiE8, u two, or more, seioi-u-d
Numbers are taken, and all those. Numbers fH f.-lcxl.tt
are not drawn among the Twelve iTanu Xumb-rs, the
Ticket is a Biank.
Our Havana Plan Lotteries.
DRXW FcCK (-1) TIME3 A AloXTU."
And are the most liberal of any Scheme jiver tiSereiL
For jKirtiouUrs, addrts,
W. C. DAWSON & CO., MatiApers,
ort 31. alarai, and Savannah, (.iu
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In the Circuit Couvl ot
ON TIIE BASIS OF TIIE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
Tor sale ia Nashville by ; . -. .1
JOHN YORK t CO.,
junelS-tf No. S3 Unien street.
JOHNS & CllOSEEY?
Improved ' Cutta Ptrclia Cement .Boofiri.
IS THK CHKATIf T AID 1IT PCKABLS KOPFI VO I.X I HS. ; ll
13 riKK A.Nn WATUl TKOOF. It lU be applied U XIW
and old aoors of ail kind4 aud to old suiule roots
wituml remocing Uu tkingle. - - :
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TiN, AND IS TWICE AS DOUBLE. . '
Gctta PaacHA QasM for prewrving and repairing
Tin and Mutal Rxxire orevery description.
From its great eUsticity, is not injured hy tLe con.
traction aud expansion of k.etals , and will net rcri:
incaid nur ru i wmrm wtalhcr. 1 Uei. niWi.iat
bavn been thorotiChlr MM la New Vork aud all
parts of the Souih?ra aad Western Stales, and we
can give abundant proof cf ail we chum iu iheir
favor. - - m- rfTa
tnry are readily applied by orduiary tioorerti
a CriUiUg expense.
, NO BEAT B REQUIRED.'
. There materials are put up ready for use. and for
sbippuiK to all paruot the ontiry, with lull Pr'n'NA
directions for .ppiicaiioa. : i- 1 f .
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded oa f
plicatioa b v mail er in pevson, al eur rrtf 'I'1' tn"
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