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K. A9, College Street,
An sow wcaltlng their stock of
Wall cad Winter
A4 taka pleaaare la announcing to their
Wh4i ui cnetomers, and the trade general
lft tkst the will hare a atock of goods this
MMoa which cannot be excelled.
w moat retpectfallj Inrite all to an ex-
uaiaatUa of oar Good, assuring all who
fer u wltka call to giro entire satisfac-
W at preaent, invite particular attention
ib oar excellent aaaortment or
, with Flounces, very rick:
ASJTUJhX "TT (in colon,) something entirely
C3U9 COLOIXDISXLX, i plain color, and fig-
csuiu tcrtna, -a4
. 2 Ont Lace department is onaaaallj attrac
iln thia action. New Style, is
Taiat.da Angle terra Seta,:
faint da Alencon Seta.
Llaaa Tawaliag ,
Whit and Colored Tarletoo,
Cwtain Damaik, and
A rail aaaortment of the rariotu styles of
Yraaaa, Zogliah and American Prints ;
Slaaahad and Browa Shirting and Sheet
XfEm AND.COLORED FLANNELS, all
4f fir BijVWear.
137 mU partkalar attention to oar large
mml aasaBant aaaortment of j
CzzffGtii for Negroes.
Tail fa Track far Trowaara,
'; TUU tinaeya, "
1 Haavj Blankets.
J. n-- in otie of the iuok
. . ' ... t
a the city. Jiodcraie rent
FALL AND WINTER
WE are now receiving and opening a large and se
lected stock ofSTAPIi AM) KANCY.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Negro extra size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Cape, and a large stock of Variety Cood,
Threads oT all kinds, and Yankee Notion', fcc.'ic.
A larjje stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Linseya, printed and plain; all
wool Detains and Cashmere, Colored bilks, Black Silks,
Poplins, Debages, French Merinoa, English and German
Merinos, Printed American DcLaineg, Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods. Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassimers, Satlinetld, Jeans, S-al kin and Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings; a large stock of Shirts, Skirts,
Front. Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves. Hose- and
half Husc of every kind, &c, Ax.
A large and well assorted stock of superfine
Consisting of Over Coat, Business Coats, Fiae Cloth
Frock and Dres Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
and Drawers. A full line of Clothes now iu fct"r-, ju.-t
AlSO, 650 ca-ses of Shoes. Boots and Bro?aus. Chili
drrn's Boots and Shoes, and Infant rtiocs. Thi stock
is unusually large, and w ill be sold under auy body's
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
CA K FETING,
Velvet and Brussels Carpetin?, 3 and 2 ply half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scoti b CarpcLng,
which will be sold cheap.
Knives ami Forks,
Saw3, Augers. Giiablets. Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek
ing Brushes, Blacking, Guns and Gun Caps, fcc, cheap.
We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock of every description ot Goods in the city of
Nashville, and aU we have to sav. is that we intend TO
SELL THEM. Our bouse SHALL be the head quarters
for c'.sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is
a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase th'-ir
poods in this city, and we tntend to si-ll in tliat Trade
eiciusi vely ; and we say to cash and prompt time buy
ers call and examine our
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STACK
Before you buy, be snro
EDWARD TR ABUE & W. II. LUCUS,
Xo. 73 Public Square, Nashville, T-nn.
We have in our emplov the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHlrXDS, B.wkseller and Cashier:
GEO. W. NORVEIJ.. I-Jitrv, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAME-S B. N1CHOL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
These gentlemen will lie glad to see their friends at
all times and especially tlee who purchase for ca-h
and par their notes when due.
aug24-U TKAbLi. & LULLS.
A. W. SOCTMWaitTH,
GEO. H. TIUYKK.
Importers and Jobbers in
Foreign and Domestic
NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE,
HAVE on hand and tor sale at the lowest market
prices, upon liberal terms, the largest and the
best assorted Stock of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods wo
ever offered to the trade, viz:
Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia truck lor i roves
Lake Shore Jeans, Flannels, Plaid Linseys, Tweeds
Jeans and Satinets;
Negro Kerseys, Linsey and Bagging: J
Plantation Plaius and Stripes;
Shirting. Sheeting and Osnaburgs;
Bed Ticks, Checks and Irills:
Blankets of all kinds;
Cloths and Cassimeres;
Ladies' Dress Good3;
Print and Gmgbams :
Linen and White Goods ;
Embroideries and Laces:
Hosiery and Gloves J
Thread, Buttons. &c, ic.
A. W. SOTTHWOKTH,
CKO. H. TIUTER.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in
AO. S3 ft If 111. ttL.tKC,
HAVE now id store a splendid stock or Ecady-.Vade
CUthing, of the best makes and qualities.
A. W. SOrTHWOKTV,
GKO. B. TUAi'EK.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in
Hats, Caps, Bjnnets, Umbrellas
C AW VET B A Vm S ,
AO. 6S rCBLK SQCARE,
HAVE on hand a large stock of the latent and most
fashionable HaU, Ca4 and Bonnets. Also, Urn
brcllas and Otrpet Bagii.
BTIU Pot UUf ,
A. W. HOC LH WORTH,
(iKO. B. TBVKR.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Writing and "Wrapping Paper,
JfO. 3 PUBLIC SQVARE,
NasliTille, 'I ennessee,
HAVING refuaed to enter the various Eastern Mar
kets this aeaaoo until the reduction hud been yield
ad on the July price of Goods, the abatement thus se
cured, connected with the handsome discounts obtained
for caab paytneots, renders our stock the cheapest we
arar osarea lor saie.
We too, always make liberal discounts to buyers pay
SMsasth at date of purchase.
We invite the partieular attention of the trade to this
GrMi atok. or ffiereuanaitie so admirably
adapted to the wants of the surrounding Gauntry.
We are free buyers for ash of Fmthere GiBsear.
IWwtx. a. 0f wfcai ft mJr
fi.T... TY ..i.m ri:ia .i,u
41m. lt lor. 1
, why vU-tt to-y
" "r Y'vf'v vl ft"
DOUGLAS & CO.,
R. C M'NAIST'& CO;
HAVE OS HAXDjJ.
0E HUNDRED KOLLS BEST
COLOrXD AND WHITE
An Unusually Large stock, of
PLAIN. I-LA1D AND STRU'ED
For Servants. lii h I hey will sell very low by the
& c IVrrioiis not yel sujiplied w ill consult their inter
est by examining these jotnls, as we are dktkiuiixkd to
CLOE TnEM Oil.
IZ. C. ITIcXAIRr &: CO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF 10STI
Those not yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed thcr.i out, FOR
WILVT WF. CAN GET?
11. C. McNAlRY CO.
July -JZir NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SiNYDER & FMZELL
Have on lumd a Urge assortment of
LAIilES" French Dress Trunks;
do Sole Ijeathi-r do;
do 'Cabinet"' do; (a new article.)
Gent's Fine Solo leather Trunks;
do do do do Valises. (Ashlaud and other
styles;) which they are oQVring at very reduced
rates. Call at No. -21 Public piare.
So, 1 "ashvlllc Inn lilock
Are in receipt of their Fall Stock of Foreign and Do
Varieties and Clothing
Uoot,SIioes, Hats, Bonnets, &.C.
To which they invite the attention of the Trade.
VM. S. EAKTN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
KEABVOIU'E CLIJTlIIXa, TJBIET1ES. iC,
No. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,
N ASH V ILL E, TEN N ESS EE.
ITTF. invite the special attention of the trade to our
V Large and well assorted slock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which we will sll Lowf cash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. S. E.XKIN A; O K
Dry Goods and Carpet More.
Nos. 101, 103 and 103 West Fourth street,
Wry ;o oils and Csirnctaiig,
Are now oiening an extensive and complete assortment
of Foremn and American DRY GOODS, CAKPETINGS,
FLOUR GIL LLUTliS. &c. &c.
Families, Hotel Keejers, Steamboat Owners, and Pur
chast.TS generally, may depend upon ttuding the best
class of Goods, at prices aa low as they can be purclias
el ia the Eastern Cities. septt-3w
I 8 6 0.
W. J. PORTER,
R. Jk. AIL1SOX,
Late u-Uh Allium. Anderson Co.
WI. B. JOHNSON,
POUTER, J0IINS0X & CO.
SCCCESSOIW TJ SAI KIET, FOKTER A CO.,
Exelnsivc Wholesale Dealers in
I , Public Square,
lOF. aro now receiving and opening one of the
V hurgi-st an 1 most desirable Stock of Goods in our
line ever offered to the trade in this market.
Our Goods coming from Manufacturers' bauds direct,
and upon the best sille terms, we most rtrspe-tfully
invite an cx:uninatKn of our st k by the trade visit
ing this market, Ix lore makine their purchases, as we
feel coufldent we can promote thitir iutercst by giving
us a call.
PORTER, JOHNSON & CO.
sept21-till nov 1
Allison, Anderson & Co
IMPOKTKRS AND WHOl iejAm DEALERS IX
FOUEIGN AND DOMESTIC
Ready -Made Clothing,
NO. 41, rCBLIC SQUARE,
Nashville, : : : : Tennessee. .
f T7 E are now receiving and will in a few days have
V ready tor exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an ezamiaation of
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel coutldent we can
promote their interest bv giving us a cail.
aug23-2m ' AL1JSO.V, ANDKRSOX & CO.
DeFo; st, nistrong & Co.,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
80 & 62 CHAMBERS ST., NEW YORK.
70rLI notify the Tralc that thoy arc cloning
. - I k.kl,ii;inl r.'itt.ipj
The Wamsutta Prints,
A New ITint, which excels every Print in the Country
for perfection of execution and design tn full Madder
Colors. (Mir Prints are cheaper man any in iue market
and meeting with extensive sale. ;
ja- Orders promptly attended to. -
apr4-deowly ' ' : -
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
noli, Boots SZuxa, Hade Clothing :
Hardware, Queenstoare,tc.,d-c.'- ' .
E T1UBUB & W. H. LUCAS,
No. 73 Public Square.
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods at
low figures to rluee out as near as possible before
receiving our Spring Stock. Our Mr. LLC A3 is now in
ia.b.m ritiee soliciluuc eousignments and purchaa-
wg job kits tor cash and short time paper, and we
promise our customers and Merchants, making their
purchases in this market, that our slock wiU be large
and attractive, and we pledge ourselves that our hous
shall be head quarters lor wm uj gaiua
abort, prompt pa pur.
TRABCE fc LUCAS.
. Tempest' Sto e Jars
I most snperceda all others. ' '
jaaeft-tf MACSENZTS VOXCEW
Enropean Sledfcal Insiitnte.
1 " ! ' (From Paris;): "
No. 704 Broadway, above 4lb Street,
. . : NEW YORK.
THE necessity of giving to the public of the United
States, a rational and not expensive treatment m
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, nas induced Dr. Sanson (tor several years Known
in this citv as the most successful practitioner in that
class of affections) to extend his sojourn in New York
lor another year.
He may therefore be consulted at h convenient lo
cation, '-704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Ricord s preparations, such as
Ftor del Lcayali, (2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from exct-ises or self-abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against lnlection, i per oottie.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box sufficient to cure any case. ?2 per box.
. His Gonorrhoea Remedy cores tnal disagreeable, af
fliction in 2 few days, 92.
Best French Male Safes imported by himself at $0
per dozen .
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 i rcuch Physicians
At his Institute thre arc eight room provided for
the reception of Ladie3 and Gentlemen, bo that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He is under the necessity of notifying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
olMce, at 512 Broadway, and that an imposter is copy
ing verbally his advertitements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, aliove
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted in English, German,
Italian. French or Spanish.
Letters should be addressed to Box 3676. P. O-. New
York. . ,
- Cholera, Finx, Dysentery.
NO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
in the House. Children are dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
Debility from Heat.
While the Thcrnwmetor ranees over 90 in the shade,
the Graefenberc HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 cts.
a jiackage, makes tho best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 25 cents you can make lialf a pallon of those
health giving bitters", which aid the appetite, givepow
erto the const Hut ion, regulate the bowels, and conquors
general debilitv. Now is the season for ther us.
julyl-tf " MACKENZIE fc MINLH1V.
No Time to Wait far the Doctor !
4 BOLT these times all children will eat greet fruit.
.fA At anv moment of day or night they are liable to
he attacked hv Cholera Morbus: Dysenterry or Diar
rhoea. No time then to send for a Doctor. The Graf
enberg Iysentery- Syrup instantly relieves all such
cases. No family ouirlit to be without it it in the house.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in T.-imess-e in tho tiast lew years. Only 50 cents a
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season.
A fresh lot just received,
mavlo-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCHIN.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED,
Jutt rublished, in a Sealed Envelope,
a t nrnc nv tttp vattre. TRF.aTMENT AND RA
rlC.L CURE OF SPERMAToRRIK EA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing"liniotcncy,Consumptiou and
Mental and t'nysical iK-ointy.
Br ROB. J. CULVERWELL, M. D.,
The important fact that the awful cousequences of
self -abuse niav be effectually removed without internal
medicines or the damrerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstraiea, ana me entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
reh-brated auther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perti-ctly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This 1vture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
si-nt under evil to any address, post-paid, on the re-
i-oint Tkt two nostae stamns. bv addressing Ir. ( HAS.
.1 c KI1VP JSO First Avejiue. New York. Post Box
4,588. )ulyl-Uw till april 5 "61
One of the most popular and benevolent
OX PEAPF.R1CK STREET,
rfHE D.-tor himself is an old Parctitioner, frOm the
A olil and this country, being already Id years in
America, having manfully and honorably sunnountep
nil the trials of the new world, and battled and con-
nnored death of the whole ranse of diseajM-s of our dif
ferent climates. South and North, so that the fame of
his success in the treatment of general aud private
diseases is indisputable for w hich he lias the ni-ist re
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in general
bv beine entrusted with desperate cases, for to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the American
French and German Languages, aud always ready to
tender bis advice and services witli politeness, coiuci
entoiisiiess and discretion.
Perons at a distance mav have his advice and mod
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing
fee, to Post-oflice U"x No. 3U6.
- His Family Roiideiice is ou North Market .street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late altendrd the use c
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those altlicted
"with Piles to it. It is being tested daily with the
most benfllcial effects. It is the ouly preparation that
can bo relied on lor a permanent and speedy cure. If
you are afflicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other medicine in connection with it. It is compounded
under the supervision of L. N. SWEET who will return
the money if no cure proceeds from its use.
a- For sale at Domoville's an 1 Degrove's, mid by
ether Druggists. junctfr-u
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. koscoe & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
WE are prepared to execute orders for Dross
ami Mediciuen and all articles pertain
log to the Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same atteution will be given as heretofore to
have every article or as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in seUing none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, aud we, therefore, invite you to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show jou inducements seldom offered lnthii-orany
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
Soaps aud Toilet Articles, White Lead, JJnsoed Oi.,
Turpentine Vtrnisb'is. L'luors and Wines for medi
THE Drug Store receutly occupied by WELLS i
HOOPER is again open, and the large stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm. "
J. M. HCDDLESTON. Receiver.
Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by experienced Prescriptioniats.
RECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas of Silk, Alpacca.
Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large and
others small for Summer use. ..
aprS-tf J. H. McGILL.
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of Gauze
Silk, Gauze Merino, Cashmere. Linen, Link? Thread,
Jacconet anil Cotton, received and for sale by
apr5-tf J- IL Ml!ILL.
1000 . Dozen Fruit Jars.
250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
2oo 14 o 4 44 44 4
200 44 1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 " 2 " " ' " "
25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 " 12 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For aate by . J. W. WILSON.
" ' Vruit Jars.
JUST received by Railroad, 200 dozen 2 quart Glass
150 dozen 1 quart Glass Fruit Jars;
DW 1 and 2 quart Yellow Froit Jhih.
DOZEN, best kind.
Ice Cream Freezers.
r f ASSORTED sixes Massers Five Minute Freezers.
XJKJ For sale by
J. W. WILSON,
No. 17 College street.
Jast receiTed by 31. A Parrish & Co.
Ol tH BAGS Crushed Corn;
iUU 100 bags Family Meal; -350
bags White Meal Corn.
ri BANNER'S OIL. Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil, Lin
X seed Oil, for sale at
feb25-tf RAINS, BROWN & CO. "3
Coal Oil Lamps
r DOZEN Coal Oil Lamps, of various styles.
O with the celebrated Collins Burner, for sale by
3 A A r LAV A . IUI MIO J
RAINd, BROWN k CO.
Extra Fine Teas.
OF all the favorite brands Ne Plus intra, Gun Pow
der, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howque Mixtures,
Imperial and Black. For sale by - .
apr21-tf . KATNS, BROWN is CO.
t fr DOZEN Flower Pots,' assorted sise. for sale
lUU by , KA1N3, BROWN k CO,-(
. aprtl-t ; ' .'- - -
Coal Oil. Ji
IK BBLS. COAL OIL, a very superior article, jusi t
t) oetved and ft sal by.
KAXNS, EK0WX 00.
' f X.)
.tLJ-. A JT. HOOFED .
' ' FORWARDING AND
AND DEALERS IN
F0BE1G AXD I03IESTIC LIQIOSS. T0R.1C-
CO. CIGARS, SKFF, Jcr.,
!Vos. 6 aud 8 TIarket street,
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, etc.
"7 E have in store and for s;!e cheap to the trade
125 bids. Jo. Ncwsom's celebrated Wiii-'sv.
5 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bbis. Old Rye a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rve warranted pure.
85 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 half barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
GO quarter bbl. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whi.-ky.
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holland tiin.
75 bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Comae, Catawba Brandv. &c.
jan9-tf - "- MIZfcXL, HOOPER i CO.
Wa 4ilt coul Oil!,
j. it. flmTay co.'.s
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
Manufactured in St. Iuis, M..
THIS Oil is almoet colorless clear as tin; ptfre?t
Spring Water 'leorderized iloes not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney tbe best Oil made in the
East or Wit. and took the liret premium at the !at
t. Louis Fair. One trial is. all it needs to re:oiniiiend
it to general use. We have received a supply ot this
sujierior Oil, which we are offering to the trade by the
barrel only at manufacturers' pri-e.
MIZELL, HOOPER & CO..
nprll-tf Nos. 6 and 8 Market St.
F are in receipt of a shipment ol the fines
Coffee ever leccived in Nashville, which w e ar
offering to the trade at a low figure.
Aug9-U. ... MIZELL, UOOPLK : CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500 bush
els superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has
been selected with great care, and was raised in the
Northern portion of Missouri is tree from dirt and all
aor.l-tf B c MIZELL. IKKU'ER 4 CO.
JOHX H. AXPKT'-SO.V.
CHURCH. AXDERSOX &
Ko. 0 College street,
trCC BUSIIEI.S of A No. 1 Oais.just nieived
1UUU and for tale bv
mar22-tf CJIURni, ANDERSi N i CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
ITTF have on liand a Uirce quantity of the Vnt
V V Hungarian Jrxs Seel which we are sidling low
mar29-tf - CHURCH. ANDERSON A: CO.
WE have jiist received a large lot of TAR, and are
ottering it at tbe lowest figure.
uiaiJ-ti CI IL'RCH, ANDERSON i CO.
Wliiky! Whisky! Wliisky!
WE have in store a large qnantity of the best of
all kuuis ot th- purest WHISKY. All ye lovers
of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
mar2&-tf ' " CHUROI, ANDERSON & CO.
Atictiou asd Ccmmissiou Card.
TO SOUTHERN 3IEKLIIAXTS A'D DEALERS.
rriHE subscrilxTS have opened a large and extensive
I house tor transai tion of a strictly COMMIS
SION BUSINESS AND GENERAL AtlENL'Y. with ar
rangeuictits for the consUlit re-eptk'ti of ail kinds of
Goods, Wares. Merchandize and Manufactures 5u the
various departim-nts of Trade.
It U with confldeuce aud pleasure that we c,dl the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied and
constantly chatuing stock. ai the larger "rtion of our
consignments are from tnaouluetur s, .first hands, or
thtseorrf to 3ell to raise funds. Keep in view that 'the
money is made in the purchase. Orders faithfully at
tended to when accomiianied bv the cash.
L'ENJ. F. SHltXJf A: CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 2t College St..
A. VlA Jt
Direct throi!'h the Custom h'isc of Na-h'
AND IE.LERS IN
Wines. Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy:
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
V c v n 1 e i 1 1 i , c . , fc . ,
INo. 30 Aoi tli .llaiKet street,
(Next door above the Watson House.)
N.rA SUVILLE, TENNESSEE.
WE have established a house in this citv for the
purpose of vending tluo WINES. BRANDIES,
CIGARS, &c, &c, and keep constantly on hand sever
al qualities of Wines and I'.raudies, which have never
before been imported into this State.
Wo import our Goods direct .(one of our firm being
in Euroe much of his time.1 and PAY THS ITSToM
HOLSE DUTIES ON ALL XlUi FOREIGN ARTICLES
HERE in tho city, which fact, we think, alone bliould
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IX ALL KIXDS OF
GRAIN AND PRODUCE,
filled with promptness, at
Southern orders will be
the lowest market price.
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Ccmmisian Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Cherry st?.,
RESTELTFULI.Y solicits consignments of Merchan
dise of all classes. tttibiUctiou given to rouaign
es and purchasers a-s nearly as jxissible. Consignees
of goods to this markit wili "tind my aortion sooms well
lilted up, aud the goods w ill le sold w itbout delay aud
the money paid over forth with.
X. B. No goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and libural advance, made on con
Edgffitld & Kentucky Uaiiread.
iVasliviile to ClarkSTille, liop
kmsviilc, Ilussellvillc, ic.
CU.VNGE OF TIME,
Commencing MONDAY, September 2itu,lS0O.
- GOING X0RIH
Leave Nashville at 6:30 a . and 12 SO F. x.
Arrive at CUtrksville 1010 a. it. and 4:40 r. K '
Iave Clarksville nt 4:20 A. M. and 3r.s.
Arrive at Nashville SUiO a. y. and 6:45 r. M.
The ronminz train from Nx-diviHo connects ut Tail
Station, near SiHto line, with slaughter A: Co. 'a daiiy
linoot lour iiorso ceacuos lor ifjKinsviiie. ny., viiij
Trenton, remnraKe, c
From liopkinsville st.it;es leave for Columbus, Ky.,
raancan, Mnnm.mn, ru.iyvine ana tiennerson.
The Eveniug tram from Nashville makes close con
nection at State Line with train of Memphis Branch
Railroad to Kiiit-eilville, Bow luig Grwn , a
Fare from Nashville to Hend'-rson f 4 in.
sept2(S-tf ' Chief Engineer, E & K P. K.
WILUAjl C. SCa'TT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
NO. P LOCUST STREET,
St. Louis, 31o.
WE would invite the attention of our fricnd3 to tho
tact that there has never been any change in the
style of our
Urui. and that there
is no iTobttbilily of
A Card to Families.
WE have ou sale a flue Brett Carriage, second hand;
One Phaeton Carriage, new;Oue superb Barouche,
second liand; One large Family Carriage, second hand ;
Fine second hand Piano, kixmI make,! All of which
will be sold very cheap, to elose, by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
. gept20-tf - Central Auction Rooms, 27 College st.
I have this day. associated with me In the Book
business. MR. J. B. RUTLAND and MR. JNO. EAST
MAN Nashville, Sept 1,1 SCO.
, F. 1LGAN.
F. BAOAX, t. B. BCTLAKP,
LOOK SELLERS AXD .STATIONERS,
41 College Street,
Nasb ill, Tcua.
DR. F. A. KUEFFNER,
II O M CB 0 P A T II I C
lPhyslclan - ana Suvkclii,
No. 23 (up stairs) O tar Bt., Nashville, Tenn.
OfSce he urs nntil 9 A. M. , between 1 and 5 P. M. , and
between T and 8 P. M. - - - -
References Drs. Herlng k Uppie, Philadelphia, Pa.,
nd Drs. Caspari & Koehier, Louisville, Ky.
aeptU-dm i ... " '
i "..I J. i j
o. b. moors.
THE Copartnership heretofore exlstirg under the I
stvle of Edwards, Gilkeson Co., is this day
disolve by-rantout consent.- i.'KreilltesoB ret'-r- !
ing from h arm
Jtdv IS. JL. LUWAKIfi,
jo. ciwaris. ' r. a. bakkis, . a. r.
KD WARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(STCTBSSOES TO ET'WAEDS, GItKKRSOT k CO.)
- . WILL CONTTNCE THE '
-Wholesale Civocery. ";r
FOSWABDIXC AND C031IISSI0X BUSh'ESS
At the A1 stand, corner Coll and Church t'.S.
. H)Jl;o k co.,
5ep 6 -
R. F. SSVIT.
KIKK PATRICK CO.,
CWISlISaoX & - rORWARDUG 2ERCHA5TS,
o, 27 KATCHEZSTIIEET,
(riclvn Magazine and Camp.)
ncT tl -
K. P. IlKVDiS.
KTRKPATBIOK & CO.,
COMMISSION & F0RWABD1XC MERfDAm
NO. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Sli'.gazine and Camp,)
iVew Orleans, La.
CLARK, GRES0RY ST CO.,
SOLE I'ROPRLETORS OF
C LARK & FU LLEll'S
To whom all orders must bo addrc&ncd.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cccoanut
21 College Street, Opposite Sewanee Moose,
MORE NEGROES L A CASE!
ANOTUFJl LOT OK THOSE FINE
nuiv le found everv SHADE
assort n iecl of-
A verv larg
to win ilesale,
at 44 Union slre-t.
J. W. IANGLEY.
T O 15 AC.O.O
TO FLEAfcii EVERYBODY AT
W V w W t V
w kill v KA a a n Ai li,
T3AXGIXG from thirteen cents to one lol!ar ier
Ati xiund, pnrcliased with a view to
And will be sold with the same 4-liidpous monster,' iu
Also, a much larger stock of
Cigars, Sim ft, Pipes, &c,
Thau can be tbwo bv any other boe in the State.
All of which will be lower than can be bought else
where m tao city.
J. W. LANG LEY,
aut;.2o-tf 44 Union street
7. A. J0"HNS0N & COTT
27 CARONDELET STREET, 11
ieiv Orleans, La.
Tho Largest Stock of
TOBACCO AMI SEGARS
Ever Shipped to IXashvilXe.
IS now being received by tbe undersigned, embracing
every possible grade, at much lower tigures than for
ten years past.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, aro iuvited to
STOCK AND PRICES.
As I promise them bargains such as they have not had
IDT TEX l EARS.- , J. W. LAAGL&I ,
july2S-tf No. 44 L'uion street
YTTE have upwards of 200 HeatiDg stoves for Coal!
or Wood, of all styles and sizes.
GAS AND SMOKE.BURXING STOVES,
SEVEN AND TEN PjLATE STOVES.
All of which we will sell at cost (with froight added)
1UI t.lASO. Jl.ll.&X.,li . JI 1 ."S I.JU.I ,
P ... 1. f . 'f t W I L.- - iir-.'in-
sepfJ--tf No 6 Collego Street.
Caucs and Umbrellas.
A FIN E lot received to-day, and a variety of Combs,
Brushes, Porte Monies. Purses, Travliug Bags,
jjressiii teases, &x. , an suiiiug at tow raus.
S0U3-W J. a. JnCGLLLj
Ground Feed for Stock.
supply iut rereivpJ nnd for sale
BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.,
-7 College street
Tempest's Frui Jars.
T E have ou hand several huudrvd dozen Qimrts
? and Half Gallons ot those fiioous Fruit Jar".
Tiie i-inip!e-t.cheai--st and best article yet invented for
tne preservation ol truit and vecetables.
Tempe?t"8 Jars preserve Strawberries ;
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries !
Ti-iniiest's J;irs preserve Blackberries !
Tempest's Jars preserve lte Plant I
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches !
Tempest's Jars preserve Plums 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces !
Tempest 'b Jars preserve Cherries !
Tempest 's Jars preserve Tomatoes f
We have a full suiiply of Arthur's Glas, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizi .
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all size? which
we are ottering at cost price, as we feel assured that
Tempest's Stone Jars
must sutler cede aU others.
j iucC-lf MACTKENZJE k MINCHLW
D11.J01IN W. JI ORTOIY,
Bea enc; Cor. College and Watkiiu' Avenue
, (rOKHERLT L1NS STRUCT V
SOITICE NO. 63 NORTH CHERRY STREET.
j-jfi2T-4f . -
Selected Lump Coal.
THE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at tho .Etna Yard, where it is sold at the low
price of 21 ceuts per bushel. Drop yonr orders in Box
No. 94 P. o.. and they will bo promptly attended to
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
feb8-tr ' Yard back of N. & C. B. R, Depot.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner, of Union and College Streets.
nr-HLS establishment, the most extensive in the Southv
L west, still continues to be the resort of the fashion
and beauty of our country, which fully endorses the
s-nmraentt, of thousands, that it is the great EMPO-
At this house all pictures arc warranted to please or
no charge will be made.
We would especially invito the community andor
frienils in peneral to visit our great Hall of Portraiture,
w here pictures of tho most celebrated Statesmen and
Divines can bo seen, viz: His Excellency Preakleut
Bucluiuan, tho Vice President, His Excellency Gov.
Johnson. Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V. Brown, X A. Mc
Ewiug, Eph. H. Foster, aud a thousand others of cale
bi i,:tv Bishoi Pierce, Kavaimuh, Early, Payne,
Bascom, Soule, Andrews, and Rev. Dr. Edgar, Ac., kc.
Copies of the above con had at a low price at any
time. - - prl.s-tr.
B. t. LTLES. CTO- W HJTCTH
LYLES . & HTTCHINGS,
SlLA VE DEALERS,
. Ho. 33. Cedar atreet. ,
,sliiVVc. Tcnucs cc.
fTTlLLat all times boy Negroes suiubla for Uu Ne
V urleaJis market. AH p
Bell will please giv. u a calL
LYL1S k H1TCH1NGS.
No. 8 Cherry Strieet
. KiSllTnXt:, 1 JLN.tii!5jL2. 1 '
1 .... - a . .
u a tinar?TTm
JLonlsy UJeltxtiaiX ashYllle
CHANGE OF TIME.
rTTWO through Express "Passenger Trains ' between
J. Nashville and Loolaville. niakinz close connections
at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Washington City, BuSUo, Niagara Falls, Clere-
lttid, Lincinnau. Sit. Loua and the tar west. -
On and after Scsdat, Jn.x rax 6th, 1&60, trains will
run as followst
First train, Mail, leaves Nashville at 5.K A. if. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junction,
Elizabeth town and all regular stations when signalled
by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 1 40 P. St. Re
turning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A. M., stopping as
above, and arriving in Nashville at 205 P. SL
Second train, Express, leaves Nashville at 5:50 P. M.
dailv. (Sondava excepted) stopping as first train, and
arriving tn Louisville at 30 A. M. Returning leaves
LonisvUle at 6 20 P. M. , stopping as above, and arri v ing
tn Nashville at 85 A- M.
Gailatm Accommodetion irain leaves asnviiie aany
fSundavs excepted at 40 P. M.,and arriving in Gal
latin at 6:19 P. M. Retumrngleaves Gallatin at 7:00 A.
M. . and arrives in Xashville 9i0 A. M.
Throoga tickets on sale at- the Depot for all points
North, Last and West, with a choice of the many dif
ferent routes. . . ,
JNO. B. ADEKSO, fcupermvcnueni-
A. J. Fuelo, General Ticket Agent.
Tennessee & Alabama Railraadi
OV and after MONDAY SEPTEMBER lOtn, isw, ine
Morning Train, going South, will leave Nashville
at 5:15 A, J!., instead of 4:15.
Through Tickets given to Decatur, Grand junction.
and Memphis. Only seven miles Staging
The time irom .vasnvute to iiecaiur, orana jum
tion, and Memphis will be 1 hour and 15 minutes less
than by any other route. -
Returning, tne train irom Mempnis, uranu jiimnou
and Decatur, will arrive at Nashville at 4 P.M., one
hour sonner than by any other Road.
The Evening Train will leave at 3 o'clock, P. M., a
Xashville and Chattanooga R. R.
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER
Sunday next, April 29, I860,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
I,eave Nashville at 4 A. M. and 3 P. M.
Arrive at Chattanooga 1 SO r. . and 1:45 A. M.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 A. m. and 70 r. si.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 r. M. and 8 A. x.
A LL rail connection, and shortest route to Bite ton.
J. New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City, Richmond. Petersburg, LyncnDurg, ivnoxvuie,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Meniphis,New Or
leans. Ac. - -
ti.th Trains connect at Stevenson wnn irams on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
w ith Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and t est-
Am find Atlftntic Railroads.
Thrnnf h Tickets mav be had at any nour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at olllce at Depot, to the following
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, tin. Charleston, S. C.
t- T. tia. route,
Holly Springs, Miss.
F W. COLE, Superintendent.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Comiany,
in connection ith the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at blower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. No delay tofrrighta
bv this route. E- '. OOIJi.
jaii27-tf . tuit.
Charleston and ISavaunali
v Fa i ci i Tr a x Va s
Eaies Reduced and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
alter tbe 24th of December, 159, through rates
from New York te Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds H
Second Class, 44 " 15
Third Class, " " II
Fourth Class, " " W
II n. Cans and Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Na.sb.vUle three,
three and a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Tnterveniniir Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions by Ice or snow. Orercharsr and
damages (except damages occurring at fcoa) promptly
adjusted by the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad ou
delivery. C. . ADtJU.
Freight to Blew York and Philadelphia
Cotton and Vlonr,
CHARLESTON AND SAYAXXAB.
Cotton per bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight 4 25
1 lour per barrel
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and runaaeipuia.
rVvMnn ciminrcfiscd at the out ion and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign porU at M to 2 16 less than cotton not
compressed. . .
Through receipts issuea oy iue r rei"'. ajcui '
Nashville aud Chattanooga Railroad.
dec23-tf General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Little Miami and Columbus and
HAMILTON & DITTOS
From CISC1NNATI to
Ronton in S2 hours. New ork in 30 'i noure.
Philadelphia in 26 hour.
Baltimore in 24 K hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Buffalo in 15 houra.
Cleveland in 8 hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12V hours.
Steubensville in 10 bourn.
Tanesville in 6 hours.
Wheeland in Hj; hours.
Crestline in hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
Toleda in 9;i hours.
Detroit in V2i hours.
Throngh Trains leave Cincinnati as follows:
w.tn A.m. TR-KPKliS From Little Miama
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton k Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Bonalo;
via. Columbus, CresUine and Pittsburg; via. lumbua,
SteuliensvUle and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bella ir and Ben wood.
ti3A A. M. EXPBEss irom Cincinnati,
rr..;...o,. a,,. i iw.iroiL Itenot. also connects via. Lima.
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via. Dayfou, Clyde and
i Sandusky. . ;
lO A. HI. EXPItESS rom Little Miami
Depot connects via. Columtnis, Betiair anu ceuwoou;
via. Columbus, Belliar and ilteburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline aud Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Clevclend,
Dunkirk and Buflalo. - - - -
g jjf m EXPHESS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Toledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sanditoky.
Modern Sleeping Car on tuta a rain,
via Xoledo. .
IIP. If. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Deuot. connects via. columouBieunensvuje n
burr: via. Columbus, Belliar and Piuaburg; via. Co
lumbus, Belliar and Bcnwood; via Columbus, CrestlmjB
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk: and
nodernlSIeeptug varn on '-"
Passengers for Lalw Steamers, letTins Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M . hava o nours inuieTeiana.
Leaving at 10 A. BL, make direct connection.
The 6 P. M. Express, Saturdays, mokes all eon
, ruction a edvtrttted, except for Detroit
and point in Canada.
Th Vi!7ht F-xiM-ess runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run DaUy, Saturdays excepted. .
Trains rnn bv COLUMBUS TIME, which is T Minutes
. . ...... I '1 V'l"l V I' I 'TT -T 1 1 !-
. jAttier uuui vi.ivi.Ai uju. .
Baggage Clieclted Througli
all Eastern Cities.
air Patsengers should bar in mind that the "CIN-
ClNNATl" is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Bands ar. thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
Insuring wkkp, comfort and BsA LtT .
Are sold at all th. PRLNCTPI J! RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES In the WEST and fool TH. - Aik for Tickets
via. UNCI N"N ATI-
P. W. STRADER, General Ticket Agent, CintL
)aneS0-tf . . ;- ' ' '
Attention All! -
have' to store, and for sal. cheap, a larga aa-
VV uhwii r KbJm. whk-h for durability, and
eomnletentM of manufactur. stand unrivalled in tb.
Unite SWMa. - M12EIX, HOOPER CO..
Great National U.oute.
-SEW YORK AND BOSTOaV,
. , AND ONLY ROAD TO . .f fT
AND : BALTIMORE AND OHIO
rr'ERMIX ATE at Baltimore and Washington City oo
the East, and Col umbos on the West, at which
places it connects wnn Railroads for and from, all .
The West, Sonthwcst and Xorthweu.
Passeczers by this root, can visit tbe cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone bv other
lines. r - -
Throuch ticket 8 can be procured via Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of two
Sleeping cars attached to all night trains. '
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
Business men or Travelers, for pleasure or informa
tion, can visit all the eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for iu won
derful beanty and sublimity; it is unequalled in tbe
world. Its system of Day and Night track Police: its
splendid equipment, its exclusive Telegraph Lines; its
large amount of double track; its fine Hotels fonder
the surveillance of the Company) ensures to the pas
SfKhU, bAi JiT 1 AINU UUMt'OKT.
Through Tickets and baggage checks can be obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat othoes in
Ask for Tickets via.. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
E. F. Fri-li-R, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, C.O.B.B.
Notice to Shippers.
F' being of the ntmost importance for tbe proper
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the war
of grawl and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, tn
order that tne treignt trams may tie run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this date, freight will be received by the
Nashvill.'and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Kates on Flour Reduced.,
ri TTE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
A. at Nashville, Wart race, Sheibyville and Slatiuos
oa N. S C K. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts fur Flour by Car load to Charlo.
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
E. W. OOLK.
Sup't of Transportation N. 4; C. R. R.
Express to Clarksville.
THE Southern Express Company respectfully an
nounce that they are now running kxsso-gbks
through to Clarksville, via. E. A K. and M.C.tLRiJ
cars, and are prepared to forward to that place and in
tervening points with promptness and dispatch all
goods usually Sent by express. They will also forward
te all places on stage routes, connecting with the above
Railroods. . Bilis, notes, drafts, etc, collected and
prompt return made.
S- Office No. 19 Public Square.
tebl7-tf - A. K. HOLT, Superintendent.
The Express Freight Train
On the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will com
mence running on the 221 of July in close connection
with the Express Train on the great Southern Line via
Charleston and Savannah and continue during the busi
ness season. Through time from New York EIGHT
DAYS. E. W. COLE, Supt.
Jasper Branch Railroad.
OrncK Nash, k Chat. RAiutOAO Co. (
BY order of the Board of Directors are made oo the
Htock of the Company subscribed for building a
a branch road from Bridgeport to Jasper, payable to tbe
Treasurer of this Couijmny as follows :
One dollar on each sliare on tne 1st of November, ot
1859. and two dollars on each share on the 1st day ot
Iecember, 1359. January, February, March, April
May, June, Jury, August, September, OctoH-r
and November, 1800. -
Payment may be made to Jackson Pryor, at Jas
per, or to the Treasuer at his office m Ndshvllle.
Promtness in ni'eting thcuo calls is requested of
subscribers of suck, as the construction of tbe road
depends exclusively on the moans provided specifically
for that purpose.
oct4-tf W. A. G LEAVES, Treasurer.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE nest ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
under the sujtervision of the Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havanah, on
Saturday, October 20, 1SGO.
o,oo oTiTo LLAUS
Sorteo Xnmero 641 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prize of..
1 44 " ..
1 " " ..
60 Prizes of '...".1,000
60 44 " 5O0
153 " 44 400
20 Approximations. ..8,800
4 Approximations to the (100,000, of $600 each ;4
of 400 to 60,000 ; 4 of 400 to 30,000 : 4 of 400, to 20.000.
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Ticketa $20 ; Halve $10 Quarters $5.
Prizes cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon as th. result
!i All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be address
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post,) Charles toe,
- ' mayS-td.
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHAKTERED BY THE STATE LX 1856.
W. C. Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA .
Policy Plan .Lottery!!
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, and pay any amount for a ticket they may
Extra Class 2, Drawi Oct' 3, 1860.
Aod on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted) at 5
o'clock, P. M.
f - In this Scheme, there are 76 Numbers placed in
the Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve at tbeao
Numbers are drawn from the WaoeL. If a person se
lects one Number out of the 75, and that Number U
among the Numbers drawn, he gets Uv. tunes the
amount invested. If two seloctdd numbers are drawn,
he gets thirty for one; if three selected Numbers
are drawn, he gets two hundred for one ; if lour se
lected Numbers are drawn, he gels a thousand t
one ; if five selected Numbers are drawn, Bv. thousand
for one ; if six Selected Numbers are drawn ; Clleon
thousand to one. kemkmiikk, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and all those Numbers so selected
are not drawn among the Twelve Drawn Numbers, the
Ticket is a blank.
Our Havana Flan Lotteries.
Draw Folk (4) Tikes a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever ofiVre-1.
For particulars, address.
DAWSON k CO., Managers,
Macon, and Savannah, Ua.
lllMOia OF A LAW-bUT
In the Circuit Court or
OS THE BASIS OF THE CODE
. Abraham Caruthers,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON ,
For sale In Naghvlll. by "
JOHN YORK it 00.,
juaelo-tf . .; . No. S8 Cnia street.
JOHNS &. CROSLEY'S
Improved Catta Pcrcha Cement Eoofinj.
18 THE CBlArXST AXD MOST mTSABU aOOTlTO XT TO. It
unuuiitinirMor, It can be applied to xw
and ou Koora or all kjmm and to old iunl. rtxla
tetiumt removing tAe tkinle. (
THE COST 13 ONLY ABOUT ONE-THI&D THAT or
XIX, AND 13 TWICE AS DURABLE.
Gctta Pkxcha Court for preerving and repairing
Tlx and Mktal Hours of every deacripuon.
From iu great elasticity, is not Injured by tb. eon
traction and expansion OX ssetals.awi n3lMw ermc
im cold nor mm im warm wcXker. Thes. aamk
hav. been thoroughly tested in New ork and all
Darts of th. Southern and Western State., aad w.
can rive aJuadni proof of mil w. claim
They ar. readily applied oy oromary .,
a trifling expense. ;
. 44 NO HEAT IS REQUIRED." V C
TbeM material, ar. put op rady for BM , aad for
shipping to all parts of th. country, with full printed
niroctious for application. ,
. Full deaoripliv. Strculari wil 1 IbnrardM oa ap
nlicatioa b mail or in person, at our Brutcipal nn
tea. 610 BRtlAt WAY, (opposn. St- NetKUs Hotel.)
NY IMS FL'LTON ST., (opposleCity Hall ) WttKla,.
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