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. No. 59, College Street,
Are now receiving their Etoek of
Fall land I Winter
Anl take pleasure in announcing to tlicir
Irion Js and customers, and the trade general
ly, that they will h;tTe a stock ot goods this
season wh'ch cannot be excelled.
We moet reeptctfully invite all to an ex
amination of our G'l-, assuring all who
favor as with a call to give entire satisfac
We at present, invite particnlar attention
to -ur excel, nt assortment of
VELVEf ROBES, with Flounces, very rich;
AiMU SILK, tin colors.) something entirely
SOLID COLORED SILK, in plain colors and fig
ured PCU T'DFS'IE:
EKOCH z SILKS :
ZLf CK. AhULTJsiE ;
C11C1I1 i TJB Vwarticf;
tiMANH POPLiNS, -nd
i s a '
I 0 r
c fa .
Our Lc A- p;-rn-n' i" iii.ii:!!v itiT.n -tivf-
i In- s- ;imh. New Stleia
"" ILalt se cets,
- Point A'Gu lle Sets,
ioit de AncIet3rre Sets,:
Point Alencon Sels
SI 111 CJT 17 I? II &
Irish Linen ;
Wiiite and Colored Tarltton,
& 1?v 3?' aF
Curtain Damask, and
A fall aFortmnt of the various stjl? c
Frvnoh. Engliih nd Amriciiii Piint :
D ei btxl autl rWD Shirting aud Sb
aia da.a .XS
WniTE AND COLOREf FLANNELS .il
gr ult :
CLUiUS . ic
Goods for L o W at.
I PLANTATION GOODS.
We Cill par.icuUr utii ui:ou to our iurg
and exci Ileot a.-uitnii-ut of
Ileary Gootls for A'egror
Trune-re Trock for Trowserf,
a . i l'l-iid LiiHy. ' ' - - '
IJ-vy B;iik'ie. -1
" TII031P0A &..CO.
m("oeof the m-iet arw4:i.neLbT J
ly. Moderate relit, ImgAo yivr - T
m the ci!
lrii lift a ml 3. tit.
t X7E are receiving and oprnm? a large and se-
lecled stock of STAPLE AND FANCY4
LADIE3' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND EROGAN3,
Xee-ro extra sire Mnd Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Clolh Cajis. and a kirce stock of Variety Good.",
TLireu'lr: of ail kinds, and Yankee Notions, A.C., to.
A larze stock of every grade of Print, Bleached and
Brown lm.-stns. Plaid Linseys, printed and plain; all
wol DeUms and Cashiuers, Colored silks, Black Silks,
Poylius, Debag.-s, French Menu"?, English and German
M. r.Ui.s. Printed American IVLaitwa, Ribbons, Trim
rniQ.s. Wiiite goods. Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassiiuers. Satiinetis, Jeans, S.:al .Skin and Beaver
Cloth; iver tKiliru:s; a large su.cfc of shirts, .Skirls,
front. Shirt Collars. SiinjKudere, Gloves. Hose and
hid Hose of every kind, , ic
A Ir.rge and wt-U assorted stock of superfine
R KA D V - 3! ADC CLOTJIIXG.
Consisting of Over Coats, Business Coats, Fiae Cloth
Frock aiid Dress Coau lanu and Vests. I'nder Shirts
and Drawers. A lull line oi Clothes now in store, just
AL?", 5i0 eases of Shoes, I.lfi and BrogMS, Cliil
dr;-u's Bits and Phoes, ami Infant Shoes. This stock
is uuiisn.iu'y large, a;iJ will be sold under any body's
prues in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
V.-lvet ami Brne!s Carpetinp, 3 and ply half wool
and all cotton Carn't:ng, Dutch and Scotch Car.-ting,
a di win beS'Jiil cii' J).
ii n Ives and Forks,
Saws, A:!zers. ;ii4!i-t?. Dior Ixks, Pad Lock?, Blaek-
ta in.am, BitL'ikUig, liunsand Gun Cais, sc., ciieap.
We miwi!!ii!c!y aekm wi'ilee th.it we have the larp-
l rtock oi ev.'i y der; ipi ion oi Goods m the city o
N;r I, villi', jiid ;i!l v. .. h.ive lo ..", lj t!iat we intend 1U
.-U.L 1 lil-.M. li.ir hoii.-e sHAiX be the head quartets
r. i-T.h iii- ! sin ! i.iMi- nii'Tiii.I t'livi-is onlv. Tii.-re ii?
I i i i.-a and ooiiiH Tune Trade ll.at rtn th.i.se their
:'! iu lliis ci!y.:ifl i- iei.-ntl to ri-ii to mat Triidt
X n.Siv-. ly ; .aid vv ay to can and prompt tinie bay-"
-. S call and eX.illi. lie e;;r
LAiii-t .;mi ixi L. ivt; ma
i:l. ai:d tkacue&w. h.lucus.
No. 73 Public Square, Xas-Unlle, Teuii.
We l.-.ve in mir emp'uy liie f-ilowim' r.lleinen:
GK. V. -Uli 1.1 S, ljoks jiier and Car bier;
I. r.ii W. Nui.VKl.l.. 1-ntry. Bill Clerk and S.-i!i-i-riia;i;
.'.y.E I- Mi'iK'L, iralebnian;
II. i:i; . i-. l;uTI(:K, do; lust but not lean
. y a K..i deal.
'In. r-e K-ntu-m-'n wil! be c'ad to see th.-ir friend. at
t.ii-.ai'S and e.-pi-eiaiiy tier-e who purchiuse for carh
ud pav llieir Lot.-s uh. li uu.
a... -J4-t! " TKAKUE k VCCVS.
A. w. snmiwvKTii,
OKO. n. TIIAVkR.
Importers and Jobbers in
Foreisru ami Domestic
NO. 53 PUELTO SQUARE,
x a s ii v J l. le, ti :msj:ssie,
f 1 AVE on hand and lor pale at the lowest market
i i prices, iimn liberal term?, tlw largest and Uie
lier-t a--ort-d Stock of Fancy and Sun le lry Goods we
ever ull.-red to the trade, viz:
Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia Truck for Trows
Like Shore Jeans, Flannels, PluiL Linseys, Tweeds,
Je.uis and Satinets;
Necro Kers.-ys, Linsey and Barging;
Plantation I'Lu le and Stripes;
Shirimc, Sh:t tini; and Dr-ti iburgr!;
Bed Ticks, Checks and Drills;
Biankets of all kinds;
Cloth? and Cassiraeres ;
Ladii-s' Itcjs tenuis: f
Prints and C-:f:liams:
Liijcn and White Geds;
Embroiderk-s and Laci-s;
Hosiery and Glove j
Thread, BuUuns, sc., 4c.
x. w. fM"ni woKm,
GEO. U. 1UA fcR-
DuUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at 'Wlioli-sali- In
asln it-. 'Vennt'ssec,
AVE rmw m iore a rx'f'A .K k -? Vi-iAn
CMtiiing, of tho b-st nian..- qjelit i-e.
A. w. pe.rni worth,
CBO. H. TiMVXJt.
DOUGLAS- & CO.,
LValero at WUo!.s.ile in
fats, ips, uinnets,- tnibrtllas
i a i t v u ,v c; s ,
A'O. 63 FUR LIO SQCAKE,
S S?JVIULK. TKNXr.SSEB,"'.
HAVE oo hand a Urge stock of the lcUsl and most
Uuihiiaiahiu Hats, Ca-s and ikmnela. - Also, Lmj
eiUs aiid Carpel Uagd.
A. W 80CLBW02TB,'
ceo. a. tiuvuu
. DOlGLAS & CO.,
t Drjkr at Vboiual in
Lotit, Lots and I rcgacs, .
Writius aifi Wrapping Paper,
A'O. 63 PCjlLlC SUVA RE,
jXahlivitie, 1 riiiies.t:e, " -
fTAVTXG refused to enter the various Ewum Var-
irX ki laOtisBcurioa until the redact lou bail bm n yield
ed wu lue Jty pricci! ol le.'3, the abatement thus e-turirlptoUUci-U
J Willi Ihe hauanume dlneotiUl obtained
lor cash pa iu ots, riiideis oar stock the cheuKt w
pnir oderttol for ruie. ' '
Me make libal discousU to bay ere pay-
ug n at dale, ol purcaase. . .
.. u,. lie me ilicuiar attention of the trade to tin
:,,., Muck or ' rt liJndne ao rtniirablr
taJ.HUr4 Ui tue ai.tior Uiesurroun lmgcwuntrjr.-
We are lro buyvrt for ah of itiii.,GiDMagl
Beeswax. c - WJVfiLAS k CO.
ridgo D.'Ulocra;y. reug7 Uuliu. mhI'J -
fjf . V i vckV r nn1 "ay v,''at "
K. C. M'MIET & CO
HATE OX HAND
O.YE HUNDRED, UOLLS BEST
COLORED AND WIIITE
- . ALSO, '
An Un usually 'JLarge stock; of
' PL.4IX, PLAID AND STRIPED
For Servants, which they will sell , very low by the
piece. . ' - . :
tjr Persons not yet supplied will consult their inter
est by examining these goods, as we auz dcteeiuxed to
close Tasx out.
n. c. jicsaiui & co.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS. OF' COST!
Thoae not yet supplied would do well to examine
thaa, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAX CETf
II. C. McNAlRY & CO.
jaly 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SiMDER & FEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dris Trunks; : -
do Sole Lcallier do; '. ' i
do '-Cabinet"' do; (a new article,) "
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do do do do Valis.-8, (Ashland and other
' styb-s:) which they are offering at very reduced
rati-s. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
V A N S & CO.,
.t, 1 .Nashville Inn Block
Are in receipt of their Fall Stock of Foreign and Po-
K r SOOD,
Varieties and Clothing
To which they invite tho attention of the Trade.
VVM. S. EAKIN & CO.,
RE ADV-1IA1E 'LliTill.VG. YAUICTIES. &C,
No. 1 North west Corner Public Square, -
is ; ami v j l,i.i;, tEini:e.
' E invite the special attention of the trade to our
VV i.arsc au,i well assorted slock of
Fall and Wi:;tr Goods,
Which we will sell l.oV for cash or to iiroiiii
i!e; cbanls. Wil. S. EAKLN" s CO.
Dry Goods ai d iarpft More."
jOHN SHILLITO & C0:
' Nos. 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth street,
CINCINNATI. OHIO, .
Uvy 't.ooCaS una C;vpeU?,
Are now ojien ng an extensive nnd complete assortment
of Foreign and American DKY GOOltr, CAKPETiNGS,
FLDCK OIL LmTHS, sc., A:c.
FamiiieH, Hotel Keejiers, Steamboat Owners, and Pur
c'lasers generally, m;iy deju nd uMin lluding the best
class oi Gooils. at prices as low as they can be purchas
ed sa the Eastern Cities. sepl4-3w
1 8 6 0.
W. J. r iRTEK,
K. A. AI L1SOX,
Late u.ith Allistm, Anderttm A Cfc.i
WM. H. JOHNSON,
POUTER, JOHNSON & GO.
SUCCESSORS TO SArFLBT, PORTER 1 CO.,
ExcInsiTC Wholesale Dealrrs in
IV, I'ulilic Square,
U"" E arc now receiving and opening one of the
Lire -st an 1 most desirable Stock oi Goods in our
line ever oil-red lo ihe trade in this market.
. Our Goo.U coming trora Manufacturers' hands direct,
and ujiou the b- ol iMissibie terms, we inoet respi-clfully
invite an ix.uiiiii itt .n of our slock by the trade visit
or Hit? iniirkel, b.-lore inakiui; their purchases, as we
le. i cuilidenl we tan promote their interest by giving
us a call.
POIITOI, JOHNSON & CO.
sept21-ti;i ivtv 1
Allison, Anderson & Co
1MPOKTKKM AM) WUoLdAUl DLALZKS IS
FOXIICIUN AM) DOMIISTIC
tilt. 41, J'CUIJC hwapj;, '
'.aLilie, : : : : Tennessee.
, ,. - , -
Ut r- ten receiving and will In a few day. have
r a:y for exMbiiion and rule onn of the most
tora)de cm brought to this niarket. ..
i We itien lore r.-ii tliilly Invite on examination of
our Fl'i k by the Iraoo vifltaii? the market, hi lore
tn-ikiii ttieir purcbaiwM, an we le-l conUdeut we can
proixioto tiw ir iiii'3-eAi by giving u a call. -
aUK-J--" aijj.-hj., aitjcjx c.
j 'Di Fort,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
! 80 & 62 CHAMB ZZ5 ST., NEW T0BS.
UJOllSt uoldy th.-. Trade that they ar opening
Weckiy, in now and beantilul paiu rna, t
The Wamsutta Prints,
n!The Amcskeag, j ISil
a vw Print which excels evcrv IVint in the Country
lor perlecliou ol execution and design in tull Madder
Lohiis. our II in is are cheaper than any in the market
ana mooting wna eiteu.ive sale. ( ,
; oruei-s promptly alt'.uded to.
1 ap.4-leoly " " ;"
I WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
, Hat, Boots Shoes, Ready Made ClUhing
Hardware, yuamsuare, tic., fc
E. TitABUt: & W. II. LUCAS,
5 Ko; 73 Punlio Square.
I 7 E will sell every dicriition of Winter Goods at
I I low tlgures to close out an near as puesible bulore
receiving ur SMin(l Stock. Our Mr. LLC As ia Dow iu
the Lantern citiui soiiciliUK consignments and purchas
ing job ki-V I ,,r eaQ and short time paper, and we
purcUAbcs iu this market, that our stuck will- be large
.11.1 1 1 -t I . UD'1 WM OllItT IHtr..U..4l Ik.!.., Iimiui.
uail bo hoad q'atu tars fur jood bargauia lor casn and
-dan l, prompt paper.
TSABCE k LCCAS.
. Tempest's Sto e Jars
must snperced. all others. " ' ' -r'; "
jtuMft-U k iHNOUX
i-'.ri- i'Yi'. -.
Enropean Medical Inslitate,
Ir. SAXSOS, '
From Paris.)' , fx . r
No. 701 Brosdwi y, above 4ib Street, ,
THE necessity of giving to the public cl" the Unite!
.-tatea, a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chrome, especially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. ranson (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 bis convenient lo
cation, "704, BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand hi3 own and Dr. Kicord's preparations, such as
Flor del - Ucayali, ($2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or sell-abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
' His Preventive against Injection, $1 per bottle.
Kicord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box sufhcient to cure any case, $2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedv "cures tiiat disagreeable af
fliction in 2 lew days, $2. ' .
Best French Hail hales imported by himself at $3
per uozen .
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 Ph vsicians
onlv. ... . .
. At his Institute there are 'eight room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
tie is under the necessity or notuying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
oitice, at 512 Broadway, and that an impostor is copy
ing verbally his advertisements. . ..
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted in Eiigiib, German,
Italian, French or Spanish.
Letters should be addressed to Box 2576, P. O-, New
Cholera, Fiux, Dysentery.
NO family should be without the Dyseutery Syrup
in the House. Children are dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
cure, , " ; : ..
Debility from Heat.
While the Thermometor ranees over SO iu the sliade,
the Graefenerg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 cts.
a package, makes- tha best strenLthening Tonic in the
world. Fur 25 cents you can make half a gallon of those
hcAlth giving bitters, which aid the appetite, givepow
erto the constitution, regulate the bowels, and conquers
general debilitv. Now is the season for ther use.
j.uyl3-tf " MACKENZIE & MINCUIN.
So T.B1C to Wait fir the Doctor!
4 HOIT these times all children will cat (rrcet fruit.
t At anv moment of day or night they are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morbus; Dyseuierry or Diar
rhoea. No time then to send lor a Doctor. TheGraif
enberg Dvscntery Syrup instantly relieves all such
cases. No family ought to be without it it in the bouse.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in the past few years. Only 50 cents a
bottle enough for a whole family fur a whole season.
A fresh lot just received.
mayl5-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCHTN".
HOW LOST, HOW BZST0SED,
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTCRE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impoteucy, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Bt ROB. J. CULVER WELL, M. D., '
The imnortant fact that the awful conscnuonces of
self-abuse rn.iv be effectually removed without internal
medicines or tho dangerous applications of ca'inns, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here rlearlv demonstrated, ana liie enineiv
new nnd bii'hlv successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auther fully explained, by means of which
everyone is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
tilt least possible cost. tliereDV avoiding an me auver-
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and tlionsamts.
Sent under seal to anv address, post-paid, on the re-
ceitit of two nostaze stamos. bv addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 480 First Avenue. New York, losi Box
4,5(50. niiyi-ow luiapru o oi
Oue of the most p.pular and "benevolent
'. MeiUeixl liispensuvy
ON DEADER! CK STREET, '
I "HE Doctor himself is an old Parctitioner, from the
1 old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably suruiountep
ail the trials ol lue new world, ana uaiiiea auu eon
auored death of the whole range of diseases of our ilif
ferent climates, South and North, so that the fame of
his success in the treatment ot general and private
diseases is indisputable for which he has the most re
trpuciai attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, aud much gratification he feels, in general,
bv being entrusted with desperate cases, for lo illus
trate his skill. He is conversant wilh the American,
French aud German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with ponteuess, consci
eutonsncss and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice arid med
icines by consulting him through letters, iuclosing a
lee. to post-ollice liox No. 3S8.
His Family Residence ia on North Market street.
j an el 3-u . ,
: The Uiiprectdenltd Success
Winch has of late attended the use of
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflicted
wilh Piles to it. It is being tested daily with the
most benellcial effects. It is the only preimratiuu that
ran be relied on tor a permanent and speedy cure. U
vou are afflicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other medicine iu connection with it. It is compounded
under the supervision of L, N. SWEET who will return
the money il no cure proceeds from its use.
For sale at Demovilie'S aiii Degrove's, and by
other Druggists. juueio-u
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. 11. ROSCOE & COM
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
WF. are prepared to cxecu'e orders for Draffs
aud Medicine and all articles penaiu
ing to the Drug ttusiuess, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same attention will he givsn as heretofore to
have every article of as good quality as repreKOutod
and in no instance will anything be put up that is of
a doubu'ulor sophisticated character. '
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite ycu to examine
oor sioc before buying elsewhere, believing wee. in
sUow ou inducements seldom offered in thi or any
other Southern city. In addition to. Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Penumery,
Soaps aud Toilet Articles, White Lead. Lius':ed Oil,
lnrpeutiue Vvqinhs, inir and Wines for medi
, . .. aprlu-tf
i OPEN AGAIN.
rf'IIE Drugstore recently occupkd by WELLS fc
K HOOPER is again open, and tLe Is uc stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnthts, and indeed
every thing usually kept m Drug Stores vnil be sold at
creailv reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
j. M. HCDDLKroM. Receiver.
Prescriptions put up a any hour of tho day or
night by experienced Prescriptionists.
RECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas or Silk, Alpacca,
Gioeham and pla'in Cotton some extra large and
others small lor hummer use.
apr5-tl" . J. n. mcgill.
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of Gauze
Silk. Gauze Merino, Cashmere, Linen, Lisle Thread,
and Co It on , received and lor sale by
apio-tl - J h. mcctICXu
Dozen fruit Jars.
: 250 dozi-n 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
2uq 2 44 44 44 44 i4 -'
' iioo 44 1 41 Tempest Stone Jars. . .., -!l26
' 2 14 ..4t.
25 44 1 " "'Flint Ghus Jars.E VJ i
200 44 ' 1 2 quart Tm Screw Top Cans.
I Aug21-tf Fur sale by : . J. W. WILSON. '
j fruit 3ur. . v
JUST received by Railroad, 200 dozen 2 quart (ilaes
Fruit Jars; 1 ' -
. 150 dozen 1 quart, Glass Fruit Jars; , . .
1 lyo 44 . 1 uud 2 quart Yellow Fruit Jars.' "
" Apple Pearert?.
DOZEN," best kind. '
4 ice vi ctau i' irezrrsi
ff ASSORTED sixes Masners Five Minute Freezers.
OU For sale by . J. W. VlLSON,
jul)24 . ... ' No. 17 College street. 1
. Jnst received by 51. A ParrisiVfc Co.
Oi w" BAGS Crushed Ctorn; ' - '''
ZiJt 100 bogs Family Meal:
w. ' .. . . .1-1... ,1 , . v .
350 bags White Meal Corn.
'ANXER'S OH., Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil, Lin
seed Oil, tor sale at
RAINS, BROWX ft rtXH-
Coal Oil Lamps.
Coal Oil Lamps, f Varldus. styles.
ritli the Oelebialed CoiUos Burner, for sale by
RAINS, BROWN & COi '
I Exti a jYine Teas. r ; 1
OF all the favorite brands N Plus Ultra, Gun Pow
der, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Uowque Mixtures,
Imperial and Black. For sale by
j spr21-tr RAINS, BROWN k CO.
' rv DOZEN Flower Poti, assorted sizs. for sale
5 BBLS. COAL OIL, a very superipr article, Jnst re
ceivod aad tar aalaby . ' ' ' . " '' Vi
fbS-Cf JfcsiJP, wwnn m w.
L3 ti i Si-iiF v- --i OJi'l f .t..i - !' s-. .'s ioi
j ) X .oV r':i u - vi j . v. .... , ; ! - --' -:t r i,.'. JA IXt-lt 'SilUX'
nroc. ,n rmatn - wag HwSrueu ' ' V3 I
O. B. BKOWX, A. J. HOOPER. G. XXLTLU
' FORWARDING AND . .'. i ... . ; .
' - AND" DEALERS' LV , . .. 1
FOSEIG ASD ICalESTfC LIQUOSS, T02AC-
r CO, CIGARS, SXCFF, ic, ' .
Koe. O and 8 Market street, --
, i .Whhlfies, Brandies, Wines. tte v ;'
YT have in store and for sale cheap to the trade
, 125 bbls, Jo. Newsom's celebrated YChisky. - r.,
03 bbls. Old Bourbon Whiskv. , , : "
' ?5 bbis. Old P.ye a prime article.4' ' ' ' - "a
' 7 35 bbls. Old Rye warranted purs. .it - ,
,- t3 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.' ' '
45 half barrels Cherry Brandy. :T '? i
' 25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
: SO quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy. ' ': "1 ''-
. 10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky. . j - '
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy. , , .
25 quarter casks Holland Gin. .
7i bbls. American Brandy. ' . - i -. .
. 15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine. . ' , ; . - '
. With Cognac, Catawba Brandv. ke. ' , - - -.
jan-tf . - MIZELL, HOOPER' & CO.' '
tUnU Oil. v.oa
J. II. FIIV LAY & CO.'S :
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
Manufactured in St- Louis, Mo. .v
THIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the parest
Spring Water deordorized dors not crust the
wick or smoke the chimuey the best Oil made m the
East or West, and took the first premium at the last
St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it needs to recommend
it lo ceneral use. We have received s supply of this
superior Oil, which we are offering to the trade by the
barrel onlv at mauufiiC'iirers' price. ., . "
MIZELL, HOOPER & CO., " .
aprll-tf Nos. 6 aud 8 Market St.
Coffee! Coffee I!
E are in rcceijit if a i-b.pment ot the -fines
Coffee ever received in Nashville, which we ar
offering to the trade at lew fl?. re.
Aug9-tf. MIZELL, H lOPER k CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500 bush
els simerior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has
been selected with great care, and WM raised in the
Northern portion of Missouri is free from dirt and all
impurities. - '
apr.l-tf Btr MIZELL, HOOPER k CO.
CBTBCH AXDEKSOX JOHN H. AJfPERSOjr.- '
CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO..
; - . . and '"'7i
Com mlssitm "3.1c vchants,
No. 50 College street,'' , '..
and for sale bv
CHlTJCn. ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
XT 7 E have on hand lnrge quantity of the best
Hungarian Grass Seed which we are selling low.
marfW-tr CHURCHr ANDElON & CO.
: :' .Tar! '.Tar! ..
XXTF. have Jnst received a large lot of TAR, and are
V offering it at the lowest figure.
mar2y-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
i uy ! Wliisky ! Wltisky !
T 7"E have in store a large ounntitv of the best of
VV all kinds ot the purest WHISKY. All yo lovers
of the essence of corn give us a pnssintr call. -mai29-tf
CHURCH, ANDERSON ft CO.
Auctio'i and C( iamissiou Ca r.
Til SOUTHERN MERCHANTS AND DEALERS.
r p HE subscribers have O))cn0d fi Targe ahd extensive
L house for the transaction of a - strictly COMMIS
SION IiLSINESS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with ar
raugements for the const aut reception of ail kinds of
Gooile. Wares. Mercliandizts and Manufactures ui the
Vitriim ileiiLirtmenLs of Trade. - -
. .. It is wilh confidence and pleasure that we 'call the
atu-iilmu of those visiting Nx.liville to oar varied and
constantly changing stock, as the larger jiortiou of our
consignments are from manufactures, Jirn haruu, ot
thus.-forceil to sell to raise luuos. Keep iu view that 'the
money is made in the purchase.' orders launiuiyf ai
tended to wheu accomiiaiiied by the cash; . '
BEXJ. F. SHIELDS & CO., '
, . Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St.,
febS-tf .... Xashville, Tenn. '
' IMPORTERS' ""
! Direct tliroagh the Custom-house of Nashvilie
r ; ' AND DE.VLFJJS IS 1 .IC
Wines. Brandies, '& c ; ,
From, Fraure, Spain, Portugal, Germany, and Italy ;
j , Havana Cigars, Olive liil,e.;'." .'
V cvmicilli,ii c '. ;
' No. 30 JNortlt Market street, i
i - (Next door above the Watson House,)'
'NA3.HVI lle. Tennessee:
E have established a house in this city for ; the
CIGARS, ice, ftc. and beep constantly on hand sever
al qualities of Wiues and Braudies, which have never
bet' re been imported into this ptate, - . i.
We import our Gooiis direct,(one of our firm being
in Europe much of his time,) ami PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON AIX THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we nave imported goods. ; - ,
JOHN M. SECRIST
WHOLESALE DEALER . ; ,
ALL. DS OF
CHAIN m -PRODUCE
... ' Cincinnati, Oliio. .-.
Southern orders will be Oiled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. - Aog21-6m .
; Ma C. JSllUCK9;ri..;.
Auction & Cc.r.niivijii Merchant,
' . ' i . , -.; .
j Corner Cedar and Cherry sti, . . .
"O ESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Merchan
JLV dise of all classes. Satislacliou (riven to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Cinsignees
of goods to this market wih liud my auction sooms well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold without delay aud
the money paid over forthwith.
N. B No goods bought or sold ou my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
signments. ' -. ........ . : r Boar25
Edg field & Keataclij Railroad.
53 0ii;353 64sii4r : l-
V-rf- VrivJ;.1 6-c?.rrfA-nJ "fcCK- jf
NasStville to Claiksvillc, JJop
' kinsville, Itussellvilie, &c. - 4
CHANGE OF TIME, '' ;'"
Oimmencing MONDAY,' September 24th, 1S60.' :
: ;. 'J GOING NOKlH - ,. 4' :..,
'Leave Nashville at 6:30 n. and 12-30 r. X.
Arrive at Clarksvilie U1J a. m. and 4:40 P. M ' '
; - ; ' GOING SOUTH.1- ' 4 4 !"'
; Leave Clarksville at 40 a. m. and 3 r. JtT J ...
Arrive at Nashville 8i0 a. M, and 6:45 r. M.
The morniug train from Nashville connects at Tait
Station, near rnw liu, wiUi Slauehtur . Co.''s dai.r
lino ot lour horse coai;uijo lor HopK.iucviiie.iiy., via,,,
Trenton, Peiubrakc, A:c. " - " " '
From Hopkun-vUie stages lsavo for Coluinliua, ty.;
Paducah, Smithland, Eddy villa and Haiiderson. ,
.'flie Evening tram from Nashville makes elos con
nection at State Line wilh . train ot Memphis.. BraucU
Railroad to lluseilviile, Bowling Green , &c.
Fare from Nashville to Heauersotv f4 60. 10
.1 . . Ai ANULRSON, .
' ' Clilef I aiginvferj ESKRE.5
JOlW SCOTT. CUMGA.M SCOTT. W1LUAM C. SOOTT
scott & brothers;
t: Commission Merchants. .'
I : -ko, 9 uxxsx snoxr; -i,
: j'P. .?. t. X.ouis, 31 o. i.
WE would invite the attention of Our friends to the
fact that ther. has never bmoi any chauge in the
style of our firm, and that there is no-probability of
being any : . 4 -. . ' tt oci2-3m
A Card to VFamilies.
E have on sale a flue Brett CarriAgti. second hand;
One Phaeton I
Carriage, new:one su-ro iiaroucnc,
nd hand; One large Family Carriage, second am;
Fioh second hand Piano, good: make.
AU f which
A-iii iu. uil.l vrrr cheau. to elose, dv
, : BEXJ. F. SHIELDS k CO")
j sepl20-tf Central Auclaon Rnomci, 27 College st.
i I have this da; sssociateJ with me in the Boos
lusinvss, MR- JT B. RUTLAND and MB. JNO. EAST
MAX - .-Ii...:i.. KushvUle, Sepi -1,1860.
UU ' i HAG AN.
J. B. BCTUUi B, J
EOCK vSaLEB& AMI STATIONERS,
. Aug. 6
- - iau wv, sm.
iu pjics Q ?JCT n. ic 9ii ,A
Physielan -ana" Huf spV.
; No,23 fupsUim) C.iar bt-, Nhviile, Tmo
; OITteahr.ursuntUA. Mbelweenland8P..JIMsnd
het& 1 and 8 P. M. ' - '
i References Drs. Hering ft Uptao, PhHadel ghia, P,i
aad Drs. Caapari k amliinr, lnHiiafliia,
j sepUl-6m t . . .
. v . ' ... J. Nr
- - yt " . r" tt i.i ,
THS Copartnership heretofore existing under the
X. style of Edwards. Gilkeson ft Co.. is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkesoo retir
ing from the firm.
. .... . J.-K.--GUJ.r?j, -
! . - .It J". ED-VARDS. , .
r JO. ED WARDrt.
r. b. HAtns. - r. bdwabos.
HARRIS & CO.,
j ' (SCCCS9SORS TO XDWATO3, OltKCHSOS ft CO.)
. WILL CONTINUE THE ) ': '
W hoicsuVc .civocc; vy
FOUWARDING A50 C0HSI3IlTBlIJfNE
At the oid saK&,orrtr of CbVeffl tt4 Chnrch
July letf-i-V'-1 JU f f-
t V. A. JOILXSON CO., i-i u
f nmmksiftii Slprc harts. vvS
CARONDELF.'l --TREET. .. 7... ..XI
:, , ."'l!EVORLEANS."
K. EIKKPyif ICS
s. r.' srrijrfi'. " K. kisKrATMt
HfO UACCO I'lCTOttS'
COXSISSiON k FORWARDiXS KERCHA!?,
I No. 2T NATCHE2! STBUKT,1 !
j (3etween Magazine and Camp,)
; i ! sti mi!15Y Oltl,HAIS. BA.
non-7 tl . V:i iji.. tsS .r.i
U. S3KEr.tTBlCK. S. T. KEVDfS. "
- ; .1 '
iKIRKPATRIGK & CO.,
COIiSSION k FORWAKBINC -31EKCII ATS,
iV XO? 27 NATCHEZ STREET, 1 ,. . " . ,
Between Mugaain. and. Camp.) :
f - -.vl -''.f-JNewJ Orleans,' La. -
i ; i
(LARIi, GRE IORY & CO., :
j soig lPMETORS' F: ' K' ' ,
r CLAilK & FULLER'S , s
To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent KedieineB
j - Ladies' 0U foilet Cream, Cocoanmt :
: ' ' "Wahrut Candy.' '
' K 1? O X ,
Street, Opposite Sevrance House.
Nashville, Tenn. .
LV A CASE
-- - - f. ; . i -.
AX0T1IER LUX Uk THOSE FIXE : . - .
Among which mav he found every
j NEGRO MARK. "
SHADE tt the
A very large assortment" of ;
to Wholesale, at 44 Union street.
- apr21-tf '- '; " -
J. W. LANGLEY.
; . , TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT - .
U OL E S ALE
rom thirteen cents to
pound, purchased With a. view to
' ' I f f
And will be sold with Uie same ."huloous monster," in
Also, much larger stock of . r: .- . ; u
Cigars, Snui Pipes, &c.,r -
Than can be shown ty any other house in the Statu.
Alt of which wiU
lower .than can he bought else-
where in the city.
J. W.' LANGL BY,
t- 44 Union street
jW. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
. . t . --.. ...
Cot ion ; l&a c tTo r s,
?a'ft.;..l-.- rANT,w :.. t fj,-.,. .
27 CAR0NDELET STREET,. . . . . . . .. . . 2T
I -..:. .IVtw Orleans, La.
The -Largest Stock of
1 1 Kyer .Sliippedltor'iVa
L6 now being recefredTby the underslgned.einbracing
every possible grade; a much lower, figures than (or
ten years past.
1 Jobbers, as well as dealers generally j'ara Invited to
esaniiiiemy .jtrny! f-t -;-.J V.
j ST O C IC- AND PRICES.:
A I promise thein bargains such as thev have not had
for TEN- YEARS. ' ' J. W. LANGLEY, : -July2S-tf
No. 44 Union street.
E have upwards of. 200 Heating stove for Coal'
or --Mooa, or an styles and sizes.
; ., ,. -. i OFFICE' STOVES, :
i j -cnuRcn stoves,
(lis anp smokecur.nLng stoves,:
f 4 ?SEVEtf AttD TEN PjLATE STOVES.
, 'All of which we will 6cll at cost fwith freight added)
for cash . ' ' MACKENZIE MlXcHLV,
. No 6 C -liege Street.
-' Cauts and Umbreilas. . -
!'' :--.--.! s -. i ... . - -4
i ' FINE kt received to-day, and a variety of Combs,
fa. Brushes, Porta Monies, Purses, Traveling Bags,
Dressing Cases, Ax., all selling at low rates.
scu3-tt - - - ' J. H. McGILL.
j Ground Feed for Stock.
N additional supplyjust" received and
HKNJ. V. SHIELDS & CO... ..
may 10 -
27 College street.
t .1 ..Tempcsi'siFrui! Jars..; . ,
WE have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
juid Hail' Gallons ot those famous Fruit. Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and beM-wticle-yet invented for
the preservation of. Fruit and Vegetables. ' . -'
I Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries !
" j Tempest's' Jars preserve Raspberries I
1 ftp pvii.B, Jars iresprTe Blatk berries I -..,
j Tempest's Jars preserve Pie Plant !
i j Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches ! "
, ! jTosipeat a Jarapreserv lluiu.1 ; j ,t ui.i
' Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces I .
; Teniiietit's Jars preserve Cherries !
' i ;Temueel's Jars preserve Tomatoes V
; Wo have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stono ucd
Tin Jars of all sizts. --'"- - . -
ALaO. Ludlow's Glass sod Tin Jars, all sixes which
we are ottering at cost price, as we feel assured that
TeinpestV Stone Jars ' iL
must supercede ail others.
i i 'j it ii- .inn rvr w vi tii ti iiv
Ees ' ende; Cor. College and Watkins "Avenue
! : OFFICE,or' 63 NiiRTft CHERRY ffTREET.' r
-r - - - -i -. ; - -. - . -
1 "SelectedXnmp Coal. ' 1
I -J:-. ... t. ........ 7 . l.'idi.
riUE pnost lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
;X ai thttj Aitna i'ard,. where, it is sold t the low
price of1 21 cents per bushel. ' prop your orders In Box
5vo." 4 K' V.j and they will "be' promptly. -atu-nded to
,i;: tflH"i .jr. i.o .i-AMUJuLJ. AGNfcW,' 1
fehfrtf.' wYrbtll f '. fcCilt. K. : Depot. .,
: t ff!
Corner or union ana College Streeta.
'HXSetablishmeat, t knost.xteasiv tu theouthr
1 west, sub continues to bo the resert of the fashion
and beauty-of our country, which fully endorses the
sentiments. t thonsnitda, thatritis' tho great fcMPO4
RlCMior , .. . ' "j, , . r
jrf:.ic-J lATlelainoifpe's! t?.ina. I
- aurt , A m bro types!
Ak this house all pictures are warranted to please or
no 'charge will be matir. ' 1 "-'
1 We.wvoutefHJUC,y.'4nvtta the community and oar
iriemls.ia general tu Visit our great Hail ol Portraiture,'
WBero-iiclore4 of the tnost celebrated gialesraea sad
OiTtueS can be. eeen, vil-Hu, Exitllency Prestdeut
Buciiaiiun,' the Vice "President, His Excellency Gov:
Johnson,1 Hoti. Cav Johnson, A. V; Brown, J. A. .Mo
wm, tph. H. Fooler, aud a thousand others of cele-
Orlety lnsiiopH rierce, ix.v j.iuiupii, rjrry, -mj iw,
Bascom, Soule, Andrews, and Kev. ir. Edgar, tc, fcc
I Copies of the above can. had at s low price at any
- ' -" nr1-2tf.
uoiCi r - -
SLAV ED ETA ERS,
Ko. S3. Cedar ceeW :. . .
tXashville. '.Venacs cc.
1 7 ILL at all times hny Ncgruas snitabls fw tlw N c
jYV Grieau inatkrt. AU persons havii'g Negroes to
41 will pleae give us a csU. - '"" . ,
jul2lltf ,, Tl LYLES A imTHTNGS.t
fc-5il t.ii ti?zj .cvTiAk'iasXi -mi r.r-s v
. t.li d il it
Lionlsvlllc and Kashvlllc
c nAXc;p-Fi:3i Err:
TWO throngh Express Passenger Trains between
Nashville and Louisville, making close connections
st LouisviUa for New York, Ittostoo, i nilaneipnia , uu
limore, Washington City, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, Cleve
land, Cincinnati, St. louts ana uiexar
On and alter iODAT, Jctv tub 8th, I860, trains will
run as fc!iow3: . - - .
First train. Mail, leaves Nashville at 60 A.M. danv.'
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Giastrow Junction,
FJizaoetntown ana an regular buhiohs v nen -.t:aaiiea
by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40 P. M. Re
turning leaves Louisville at 6:10 A. M., stopping as
above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:15 P. M.
Second train, Express, leaves Nashville at 6;50 P. M".
daily, (Sundays excepted) sup'ping as first train, and
arriving m Lwuisville at 8.00 A-.M. Beturuiug l-javis
Looisvilleat g:2U I. M. . stopping as aoove, an j arrivnig
in Nashville at 3:05 A. M- ' "."" " ' . ' '
Gallatin Accotnnjouanon irra waves -asii vine aailv
(Sundavs excepted) at 430 P: M., and arriving in Gal
latin at 6HO P. M. rtttrmin? Iwia Gallalin at 7 O0 A.
M. . and arrives in Kasbvilie 8:10 A. M. '
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice or the many oif
tereut routes-"- ' " . " -
. i t.JNO. U. AADKKSOJi, Super iclendect. ,
A.' J. Fin -General Ticket. Agent. . .
Tennessee & Alabama Railrcad.
OS and after MONDAY SEITtMlirat loth, is. the
Morning Train, gwlng South, wiil Icava Nashvilie
al 5J5 A. M.. instead ol 4a--' ' -
Throucb Tickets civn to Decatur, Grand Junction,
and alemnhis. . Only seven miles Staiiin
The time- from asnvine ia liecaxur, GramtJunc
tiooi and Memphis will be 1 hour and 15 minutes less
than by any ot'er route.
Returning, the Train irom Mem rims, urana junction
and Decatur, will arrive at Naslivilie at 4 P.M., one
hour tonner uMin ov anv otoor tuao. -
; .. " w. o' PFHirrvs.
sept6-tf ' . . ' ' ' Superintendent. -The
Evening Train will leave at S o'clock, P. M-, a
iashville and Chattanoosra RR.
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER
Sunday nest, April 29,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
. GOIXG EAST.
; Leave Nashville at 4 a. m. and 3r.x.
Arrive at Chattanooga li0f.ll. and 1:45 A.
COMING WEST. '
i Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 A. ar. and 7i0 r. M. .
-; '- Arrive st Naahvtilc at 6 r. x. and S a. m.
k 1.1. rail connect iou. and shortest route to Boston
V New York, t'hiladvliihia. Baltimore, Washuigtun
Citv 'Kichinoud. Petersbure. Lyuciiburg, KUoxvuie
Savnuuali, cnariesion, aiouigoiuci j , -mnia..'v. vr-
Both Trains connett at Stevenson wilh Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tet-nessee and Georgia, and West
ern and Atlantic Railroads.
Thrtitigh Tickets may be had at any hour on aiiplina
tiou to Ticket Agent, at office at Ix-pot, to the fouowiug
places and at the following prices, viz:
Nashville to New York, via. Ctiarlestou, S. C
Jb. 1. & a. route,
- 10 60
. 12 00
. 4 30
Philadelphia, 44 44 " :
Baltimore, 41 ' " "
Washingtoo, ' . "
Kichmoud, 44 , 44 "
Petersburg, " - - ' "
Lynchburg, .. ... . ..
Big Tunnel, ' (
Clu istiansburg, f Virginia Springs,
Shawsvilie, J '
Knoxviile, : . ' - . - . .
Macon, . . .
liunlsville, - -
Grand Junction, .
MemphLs, ' - -
Holly Springs, Miss.i
Canton, . . ,
: w - -apr30-tf
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
THE Nashville nnd Chattanooga Railroad Company,
. tn cocuecu. .u with tho Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at Plowvr speed, but wilh the same
eertainly as their passenger Train?. No delay tofreighls
by this route. E. W. OuLE,
jau27-tf , -: i ; .... . Supt. -
: Cltarleston stud 'Savannah
v w y i c; i.Tr ii i Va .
i Kaies Fcdured and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roals. On sad
after the 24Ui ol December, 1159, through raws
from New York u Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds...... tl 64 ;
' Kwood Class, . . 1
. Third Class, " t: :. . lltt
J-ourthClasfA, : ... .
Hats, Caps, and Bonnet 25
Time from Savannah and Charliton to Nashvilie throe
three aud a hall' and tour days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven an a
' half, eight and nine days. -
7 Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no Height trains are run on Sunday over three
lines.: . j;': .' . .''
f N detentions by Ice or snow.' Overcharges and
damaires ( except -dainares occurring at seal promil v
adjusted bv the Xaahvilie and Cuatlanoosa lUiiroad ou
,ii,rv ' ' ' . W. AXDERSOX.
to ftcwl'ork and PMladeipLia
. ! i
i OK ' " .-'. . . .- -
. , j Cotton and V lour, .
; --r -..: - a rviA.- -: . ; . ..
; ! CHARLESTON AND SAyANNAH
Cotton per bale of not more than 800 lbs. weight $i 25
Flour per barrel . -. : . 1
J"o insurance necessary except from Charleston and sa-
; - ' vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
-- Cotton compressod at the option and exn-use of stea
mers when comiH-cesed, it can In- f reighted front New
York to foreign porta at to 2-16 less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashvule and Chattanooga Railroad.
dec23-tf . v '.:-' . General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
v;a . ..
' i r, . Cincinnati.
COMM.E NC11SG ON JUKE 11th
Utile Ulianii and Columbus aotl
( . i.. :.' Xenla and - '
ClX'TIj II.Ulll.T0. & DITTOS
j isisii.i:o.i: '
From eiSjCISI.XATI to
Boston in 32 hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Sarauiga Springs iu 25 hrs.
BuOalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland iu 8i hours.
Whoeland in9,', hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
New Y"ork in 30 hours.
Ualtnnore in 24x' hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.--.-Pittsburg
in 123 hours. -'
Steubensviile iu 10 J hours.
Zamsville tu 6 bonus. -
Sandusky in 10 hoars. -
Toleda in 9$ hours. - -
Detroit in 12 hours.
Throngli Trains Jibtc Cincinnati os fw;iov
9i30 A. .1I. EXPKEM From Little Mianut
Tw-mt mid Irom CiiMunuiUi. liaiuiltou i Dayton Di-pol,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Duukiikaiid Bullaiu;
via. Columbus, Crestline and I'lttsDu.'g: via. toiuiiimis.,
Bteubens villa and Pittsburg; -via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bcllair and Ike wood.
'7t30 A. ! BXPUEts From. C'uiciunati,
Hamilton and Detroit liepot, also connects via. Lima,
TuUdo. Detroit and .Canada.; via. Dai toil, Uyde and
1 'IO A. llEXI,KK,ST'rom "Little Miami
DeMit,' connect via. CoIjuIhisv EcUair and Benwovd;
-via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg;' via- Coluiubas, Ck vekuid,
DunkirMatl ButUht..., ;.- ..... . . .. v. . H . A
i 6 . n. KXJItES.From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and "Dayton Iept, via.Xtma, Teiedo, DeroHand
Canada: via, Dayton, Clyde aud tnduk'. -. , . .
Modern Sleeping Cars n tUlsXraln,
I .. . , , via I'oledo.
j i l IIVf. EtPHESS' From Little Warn!
Depot, connects via. CohioiousrHtoulKaiFTitleand fiiuj
hurg; via. Columbus, Beliiar aud. Piilsburg; via. Co
Iambus, Beliiar and Benwood; via Colembus, Crestl-ne
and Pittsburg;;, via. Columbus, Cleveland, Ixiukhk aud
JUtoderiSleplnjr Cars on thi Xraiia.
J . . ; J . --,'.' ' ' r . w. ' -
Passengers for Late Steamers, leaving Cincin
I nati at 7:30 A.' M . have 6 h"nre in Cleveland.'
j Leaving at 10 A. BL, make direct connectaona.
The ftj i. Jf- Exprea, Stlrdiyt njlea ell coa-
.neelton at advstutd. excr for Dtlroit
J t,-4'.--.-- ' and points iii Omada.'- ' ' ' -?-'
1 ThKlght:Kxressriis Daily, satardayn ixorptyd,
AU ote Trains run Dailj-, Saturdays rxevpted.
Trains" ran' fcr; COU'MIitS TIME, whk-h. is T Minute
T 4ater than ONCLVNATl TUtli, ,
Dagr?age Checked Tlirongh -' to
I all Eater Cities.
j -.t '' O.'ift T " T :
1 ay Tassengers should bear lu mind tKnt f!ie "CTX
aUrNAlV b IhetUJl aud KAVORiTK HtH-liV'. Coa-.
auctions im made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly .
BAU JUTTED, and all modem nr.pTovenietits adojited
iosaring urasBjOOMtoKr and tiAitlY. j , ; ' j ..; u
rs 'THROUGH Tint FITS "
; Ar sold at all Mw HUKCIllF, RAH JIOAD TICKET
OFFICES in tb WEST and .boL'XU.. JLsk. lur lakeu
Via. CINCINNATI.' " " " '- " -'
-.P. W. Sl'KADFJi, GecaralTkket Agttd, Oa'ti. 3-
! tVH ir -. ..... I ?: f .
j 6 ii rUi Attentltm All! . . 3 - ,:. v.?
"1TE hava. Ux ttorn, and for sale tJnap, a largo as
,V sortmect of Sales, which for durability," and
eoropletent-ss 4 - wanufactiM-a sunl anrii-nhud hi tao
lulled State. . - AUitJd-, tiuin IJi s t '-"
J )a&-tf .
Nos. f and 8 Market t.
5 M .ii-.
Great "?.ational Woutc.
XEW JORK, AM) BOSTON,
: ONLY K0AD tOrii- 4 ' v-s
a .j . . i .
AND RALtmORE AST) OHIO
fl'tRMINATE st Baltimore and Washington City e.
the tasi, and Coiiunbus on the W.t .t '
places it cunecU With Railroads for and from all
points ia . x.-i . . ... ...
Tiie West, Jonthwe&t and Xorthwe Kt.
. Pasiy-ngers by Uiis route, can visit the cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Bteton at the cost
of s ticket to New York.. or Boston alone bv nth-
lin.. fftyrrf " ' i'. ' i -,' i r- - IT
ily to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge oi two -dollars
only. tVjT'ri- ,- L-
iieeping cars attached to al) eight trains.
I TICKETS GOOD 'UNTIL USED.?3 If I!?
Wiih the prrrdc or .trinnin. v .11 r il 1'
TOinu .T r ' 4 'I-1'
ttlT r'T3"''. f-V plensnr or Saforsna.
tipit. can HiaU tti.i . .. ' . ,
Kill III .T.ir.-.. Tl , m m lTUUll dj
small expense. The scenerv rWhri f.,r it, .
supamity; it is uan)oaUl in th ! I
iu, system ot iv mii.1 vih. .... i. .
, I - - - - . ll i , f I .'l.T-. l,M , ,nm. it
- . ,
large .amount .of double ir t- i . '.
. SPEED. SAFETY AND CO, FOKT
.Through TK-kets and bagcice chi-cks can he ohtAhLr "
at .U the prnnri Railroad ad " f
tor Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
i 'y - Railroad. ,
7- ,P- M1TH- Mistr of Transportaiso. ' '
; L. M. OLE. General Tu kt Aircnt
E. F. FI LLER, General Western Arait -'
? W- BBOWX. Gen t Ticket AgeaCc. O.S. S.
Notice to Shippers.-
r' being of the utmost importance for the proper
protecl.oo ol the Track, aud to keep out of the wav
of gravel and other Irakis, that freight traini. be run it
regular unii.m rate of speed, which can onlv be ac-
compiished by running on schedule lime; therefore, in
order that the treigut trains may be run on Uu time
laid dowu in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days fiotu liiis dale, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chatlaaovga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Kates on Flour Reduced.
'I HE Nashville ami Chattanooea Railroad will receive
I at Nashville, Wartrace, Sheibyville and Stain n
ou N. A; C. IS. K. betweeu Nashville and Wa.'trace, and
give lurough nxvipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, al One Dollar per barrel through.
r . I OLK.
,' . fcul'4 of Transjxirution X. & C. R. R.
, ; jLxpiess
THE Stiuthern Exi-ess Comivinv resjiectfullv an
nounee that they are now runnine jTErcFjwms
tlirough to Ciarksviiie. via. K. KK. and t r a- i
cars, aud are prepared to forward to thai place and in
tervening points with promptness and uisnatch all
goods usually went by express. Thev w ill also forward
pw.B imi:iry prut iy express. Thev will a
te hll pttct-s on svige routcs.connvcting wu
Railroods. Bills, notes, uraiUi, etc., co
prompt n tum ni.i.ie.
uh the above
IIVUI'k 1 iUIII lll.i.1'.
aree No. IS Public SVpian..
Iebl7-U- A. K. HOLT, Superintendent.
The Express Freight Train
On tho Nashville and Ch.-utanorVa Riilroad wUl com
mence running on the 221 of July in ch.se conn,ioB
with the Express Train on thf great Swthem Line ria
Charleston and Savannah and continue during the bisf.
neas season. Throceh time from New Yo FTirirr
F W. COLE, upt
; Jasper IJr.mch Railroad.
' Omcs Nasu. i CH.iT.'KAnjtoAO Co.
- tctobr3. 159. ) "
BY order of tiie Biard of Lireciors are made 00 fa
8lix:k of ths; Comptuiy subscribed for buildms a
a branch road from Briilgcort 10 Jasp-r; parable to the '
Treasurer this (Ymiiany as liillows : -1
i tnu dollar ou each share uu tue 1st of Novemlier, ot
1S69, and two dollars on each share ou the 1st day 4
lieceuiber, 159, January, February, March, April
May, June, July, August,---September, October
and Novenibur, lbOO.
- Jaymeut may be made to Jackson Pryor.at Jas
por, or to the Treasuer at his office ui Nilshville.
lYomptuess hi meeting tUeae cads ia rrqiuted ol
f ul'Scribers of slock, as the construction ol the road
depeu.ls exclusively ou the means provided specincaily
for that par pose. - - - . .
oct4-U W. A. GLEA YES, Treasurer.
: ROYAL RAVAAA LOTTERY.
T I ' HE ntxl ordinary drawing of the Royal avana
." 1 LvUery, conducted by the Spanish troverum. cl
tin ier the supervision of Ihe Captain General " Cnba
will take place at liavanah, on
; Saturday, October 20,ISG0.
G 6, O O oTTo Ia Ia a u s
; -'--" -a. ;..,
Capltal'Fiize 1UO OOO Dollars.'
1 Vrizs of....
1 4V 44 .....
.... 1100 000
.... SO ,000
50 Prizes oC.T..,.l.Xi9
60 44 0U.
153 . 40.
4 Au.vruxiuiations to the $100,000, of $600 each ; 4 ':
o 400 o 60 .000; 4 oXjO 10 30,000 ; 4 of 400, to 20,000. "
4 ol 400 to lo,ooo. . . ... ,,,. ; T".
hole T.cketa $20 ; Halvea $10 Quarters $5. .
' lYizes cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount. - - ;
' Bills on ail solvent Banks taken at par. . S
: A drawing will be forwarded as soon as the vesnlt
becomes knoun. . ..... -,
1 eUT All orders for Schemes or Tickns to be address
ed to lOX K0LK1GLZ, (corvofOty poet J Chariestouj "
So.; Ca. . - ' - ' '
- - ' mavJMd. :
FEU ALL! COLLEGE LOTTERY!
' CHARTEKED BY THE STATE TX 15S.
tYsC. Dauvoa & Co., 3Iaiiagers,
! macun, or savannah, ga
AUY .:Li's7.Ui-aMK ! ax
I Policy Plan Lottery!!
By this scheme purchaers can select their own
Xuiubers, aud jray any amount lor a ticket they may
Extra Clasj 2, Drawa Oct. 3, 18S0.
And ou every succeeding flay (suniiay excepted) at 5
O-'ciock, i. ' ' .... ' -
. 111 tins Scneme, mere aro ia iMumoexs piaoea in
the Wheel irom 1 up lo 75 and tweive ol these
Numbers are era wn from the heel. Il a person se
lects iu Number out ot the 75, and that Number U
alnong the Nuinb- i s drawn, lie gets Bvo tnue the
aluuuut mv.led. Il two sUectd tiumheis are drawn,
he gels ihh-iy lor oun; il three selected Numbers
ale urawu, he gels two hundred lor one ; il lour se
lected Numbers are drawn, hu gets a tjiwis.md lor
oue ; il' live .elected Number, are urawu, Uve lhouaiid
lor oue ; ii SIX Selected Numbers are uiawn ; Uile-n
thousand to one. KUiEUBEii, it two, or more, selected
Numbeis aie taken, uu ail tu.e Numbers so sx-lotuxi
uie not uiaWti among tue Twelve Dtu NuiuUcr., the
Ticket is a Unk.
I Our, Havana f laa Lotteries.;
DltAW Ft 4.' It (4) TlMKS A MoMH.
And are the m(t liberal oi any Scheme ever wifareiL.;
For Daiticiiiaib, adiiress, .
1 W. C. bAWSON 4 CO., Managers,
oct 31. Macon; and Savannah, ia. ' -
1 1 t U e C i r c vt i t T - C 6 u r U o I v
p.V Tllii BAbl&OFiTJLlJiXIOPIli
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEB A SO !f ?
Tor aale la KashvUto tf - ...... .p.s ...
' 1 ; - JVtlS .IOK8. S CO., i I ; f
. ..1.; ii vi
88 Vli.ii street.
Improved. Cctta Ptrth.i t'emcut . Eoofia.
1' S THE CUiAI-tST AND MoST DCRAIHB ROonxG IX riQt.f IT
is vrtK A IS m ritaor.'.u can be arfot-a Itiw r
i uto itijurs o jai i arD-oatid (Iisouaijjkrils J
KUJkomi ".rewnxing lt thii-yU.
iiit CO-TTIS ONLVABOTJT ONE'-TltlRD THAT OF
' 1 Ti V, AV D IS TWICtf AS DC'tiABLHi: " a SZ't
Gctta I'emcha Cuiui for p refcerv ing and rlMirtnr.
Vlanrt MrTA Kttnw ! vry dmripua, . .
I 1 rom 11s great elasticity, i uit Haired hr the coo.
lr.n tioa aud e auKXi of alals, and tctll'nU ciacft
i. cuid nw rum in warm weather. , 1 bewi BtiU.-wliit
hare iK-eu lUorongloy tested iu New York and alf 1
aru of the Somaeru and Wtmtetn Stales, aud we
tau give abundant proof of all w chum in their "
Ihry are readUy tf plilby arliaary laborci., i
a trid.ug exjienso.
I JtV.K0' SEAT 13 REQUIRED. '' ,
5 Thesa miteruils ara put rip reaii for Bsetao1! Tcr t .
shippiu lo .UI pat Is of the country , with lull printed J.
sirectiiAus lor appiciioa. '
, Fuli dtisuriptiv. circulars willbe forwarded on STV
pliCiil-03 bi.mail rr 14 pcrm, at our principal ulh-""
J e fcl B ItJACSITAY, i'PIsto -'il- Al' hrSA H-n5,y
K.Y-, S49 FL'U.Of3t.',(otH'o leOty llnii) Bi.iHii.
rYK. ,;i U i 'i31V! .
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