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i i .1.-:. '1 IP OETE US,
FOREIGN AiND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
-A rwn Cigars, Tobacco, Acr ,
Old Baarbaa, Old B. MoacmTuhela, Irish and
- Scotch and Hollaai.Gin, and all othr tfi grade ofLiquors thateaaibs ',
found in tha "Western Country. - -
HORSES, STOCK, WIODCCE. kc, TAKES IN EXCHANGE FOR AN Y OF OCR GOODS, or we will exchange for
Viikl or Improved Lands, at Cash Pricm, w tiers the titles ar perfect. Our Uirau will be to soil the ewner
f a piece of laud a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. Ac,
vasn rricjs, ana uie our pay u oue-uiira casu, uu iwu-uuru in uma.
Parties exchangics I .in as tor Liquors. Ac., can hare the total amount of the bill all at one time, er ther i
lose the trade with us, and order the goods in large or
ment oti eacn order, or we will ae.ii at mw
eredit on tne balance, w e guruantoe our siocs: unu
sept 10-ly XO. 25
M. A. PARRI8H & CO.,
. Produce, Comiuisdon
Frontl-as; on Colics and market t.
South of Itroad,
800 bales prime Timothy Jutt received and for sale
IBW by M A PAKP.IH a CO
100 bales prime Sheaf (Juts, lust recciTt-d and for
b MA PARRIM1 k CO.
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for said by
M A FAKKIU OU.
WHITE AXD BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Outs;
g00 - Black "
st rewired and for sole by
M A PARRISH a CO.
XDiHAXX' CK POTATOES.
900 barrels Northern Potatoes, just received and for
IB by M A FARRLSH CO.
BOO bags Whoat Bran, just received and for sale by
- - W A f AKKisi tO.
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;
low) " Ear
Jvifcl received and fur sale by it A PARRISH a CO.
230 bags flue Corn Mcai;
100 Belted "
tat received and fur s&ie by II A PARM-H a CO
SEED Y. E.
1UO bags No 1 Rye, just received and for Bale cheap
by MA 1'AIUUSU a CO.
Host of the above articles are on consignment, as
Weil as uuiy others not mentaned iu the above list
SOI uf which will be sold cheap in order to close cm
Signmenis as s;ieedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our uuc would do well to call and examine our
lock oelof e Hircbasing eUcwoere.
ucU-tf U A PARRISK i CO
tOFiDKTIA!i LITESlSr BL'RKAU,
480 Broadway, New York City.
( Iuliiical or ulhcntite,)
PAMrilLETS, Satires, Seruioos, school Orations,
CompuHitiocs, Essays, Poems or Letters, revisod.
eerrecled or written by gentiemen or
FIRST CLASS LITERAUY" ABILITY,
And Authors of acknowledged Talent.
NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS,
Of all kinds revised, corrected and prered for the
b Ireiich, German , SpauUh, Italian, Latin, Greek, ko
Iaqulrtcs by letter miLst enclose .-i.imp for reply.
"-All oiniuiunicaiuii!i hold siriclly coulidoutuU.
T ILAVE in store and now r.H-eivinfr the Ix-ft sjl.:ted
X assortment of HKIU and HEATING loVES
s LKXACU", GRATES, Ax., ever offered iu this mar
ket, and will sell as low as art H-k-s of the same kind
eau be boujcht in Louisvilieor Cmcinuati: say in part
4 sixes duted Cuiiiin-ii cloves lor C'al;
, ' 4 do straight, do do
5 de large Globe Coal Stove;
S do Open Franklin Coal Stoves;
J Co do do Wood do
" S do Moukey Coal Stoves:
do flot.-d Box stoves for Wood;
T and 10 Plated Wood Move?;
I ' 2 sizes Kansas Pai ior -Staves for Wood ;
s do Challenge Heaters for Coal;
S do large extra Lurch -tovee;
4 do Phitnix Coal j-tov-
1 do Ironing and Wash-Lousa Stoves;
Common Jamb and Mantle UnKf;
MarLleixud Iron Mantled and Grates, complete:
Wrought and Ca.il I roa Cookiug Stoves for Wood
and Coa!, of bcii make. J. W. WlLsoX,
octlS 17, Coili-gust.
rJ' II K
II O W V.
The undersigned having tbe HOWE SEWIXu MA
CHLVEt in use in lheirla!uilie!,and having llnr.'::j,lily
t-sted tlicm upou every variety of work, do u. I ln-bi-ale
I p:onouncu them the most siiupic. :i;euwst
easily uiunaxe-l. and, enipLatually , lUu '. Vt.i
ITitra" uf Sewing Ust hines.
sr Pr Ford,
W T Cartwright,
too A Luii-ur,
A W Southworth,
" S Axe,
A C Beech,
Y F Hardca.Ua,
'A W he less,
. Mr. P J Couch,
J C McCrory,
W H MiocUlU,
W G llouh,
U ii scales,
lirs James Wyalt,
" t. R Campuei',
T M Breunan ,
W L B Lawreuce,
I 'r G W Currey .
B W Mi Ki::a -y,
ilri E 11uumii.-r.
" J ii UooreJ
IX B i'iunun ,
J W Green,
J H CriJdle,
John (juigiey ,
W C HaU.
Mrs. E Handle,
" E Smith.
Dr J W lluddiettnn.
Miss II S Short, Mrs S P iiildrctb.
Mrs S E Truitt, E A Uicbardsou,
' SIH Crouch, Mr Mary M Hole,
Joel Anderson, Miss Mary T Craijr.
Mrs I. lUys.
Clifton Faory, John Miller,
Mis Tana, Mrs Williams,
Jonathan Urn, T S I'altec,
Mrs Sims, Mrs t-regory,
BB Truman, Guidord,
Mrs Kinnelly, " Travis
Capt O W Car is, ) Clerks- A W liavis, Fayetterille
H Herblin, I rill. Jlrsii JHrood, Morrison g
J U Philbruoks, Columbia. K LC Witty, -A
P Parrish, Comberhuid W A Marshall, rtulheiloru
. Iron Works. cxnmty
Mrs M A RumwU,
Mrs M A Girvin,
Mrs K A Yancey.
, J W Ixmn,
1 - Mrs C Knowllun.
Mrs Slkuiwls -J
MVs E Wyatt,
' A Stocked,
f;f i; i . . .
Mrs A Gordon,
Mrs H Davis,
AM A J S Kelly
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the 4w
Ttr of $S0 hotamers included. They gather an I
sow on the band at' the same time, Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, fc-U, bind, ic. They sv
every variety ot work, from the LIGHTEST Ui
HK-T1E-T, and are unqu'esttonabiy the best Maeine. s
' ' m the mark-t for family use. A Premium was award
' d to the HOWE MACHINE at the late tate Fair ,
' COM: UUOS., Agents
evtli-tr . AS ColVgo street, Xashrillc, Tcniu
'lvohieco Sale IVas
A.' HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK A. M.
SV This arrangement is maJo Cur the purpose o
' both aecoiumdatiug buyers and planters, and 1 hope
will be satisfactory.
- marlT-tf A. HAMILTON
7t:OAL,: COAL,! COAL! ,
TTXTTL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
LJ the Raccoon Mountain - Coal Company (formerly
tna) at the tulluwing prices;
Lump Coal. per ton , ..5 50
Vllound Coal, .' i. 5 00
f KutOual, ' -"..... ...:.......4 00
Blsrlrs-Bitli's do. " " I so
v Mr. Joan H. Lajca will in future attend to the busi
aese uf the Company iu this place.
u . SAMUEL J. AGXEW ;
' ' " General Suneriuleuduul K. M. t. Co. :
Nashville, August 19. Ib60.
7 f ATs Orders caa be ieil in Dox Xo. 04, Post Oftlce, or
at the Yard, buck of the XasUviile aud Chatiauooga
Railroad Depot. !i" ty, i . . JOHN' B. LANG, (
augll-tf Ageut. .
' 1 1 ATTXG every facility in the way .of workmen aad
raatorial te do arst rate work with despatch, I
win euotraet for Tinning roofs, either in ihs city or
soualry, at low -rales, aud and in every case warrant
amtisfacMoa. Gutters. Piping Valley Capping, Ax. , done
aien, ana ana in every case warrant
rs, .Piping Y alley Capping, Ax. , done
r.f'Z , .. - ! i J. W. WILSON, :
Oppislte Sewanee House. (
in tbe best auuaisr.
.. POTASH....: ::..
rVt Tlmasas pooatls Potash oa hand j and for sals
v RAUia, BROWN a CO.
' BuckfeLi n Shlris aud Drawers,
Bisslvad aad t sals
by J MUocrU-,
Sooth. Whlskr, Corne. French, ffhsTTT, ?euk
or such an assortment as Be nuf Seine I, at eur loweat
small quantities, and only pay the one-third cash pay
ngdres ior a small proportion, lasu, and fire long
gouo aj. can lie round in tne Western ceuntrjr .
C. II. TYLKK & CO.,
NORTH bECOXD STREET, ST. UKT3, MISSOrjHf.
THE COUNTRY IS SAFE!!
WHEELER & WILSON
Tennessee utters her roiee in favor of
Wheeler & Wilson,
WHICH GIVES U3
k v i t ekn states,
Enough to save the Union, and silence all croakers.
- Please mark the record and tell us Is the verdict
The United States as represented In its Agricultural
Sjocioty, have declared for i-i,
Wheeler & W lison.
Seventeen Status, all that havs voted, have declared
All of the Mechanical Associations in the principa
oltios or tne Lnion have declared for
iVhttler i Wilton.
Th best Mechanics the country pre auces have de-
claired for HEELER & WILSON. And more have
siad that no Marbine can be invented that shall be
superior in tbe objects proposed, or to be obtain od in
any sucn Macninej
Xew Style Machine Fifty Dollars!
C. II. PARSOINS, Agent,
88 UXIOX ST., NASHVILLE. .
.50,000 Copies already sold.
EVERYBODY'S LAW IE R
COLrXSELL.OIl l.i BUSINESS.
BV t'UlK CHO.IIT,
Of the Philadelphia Bar
It Tells YOU How to drsw up Partnership Paperi
and gives goneral forms for Agree
menu of all kinds. Bills tf Sale,
Lease and Pttitinm.
It Tells You How to draw up Auiuband Mvrtaaoet.
Ajndariti, Pinners ef Attorney , A'ota
oci Bill of tir change, Receipts and
It TellB YOU The Laws for the CoOectum f HebU.
with the Statutes of Limitalinn, and
amount and kind of properly Kx
emnt from Exeeurtnm in nrt Kt.tA
It Telia T0U How to make an Attornment proper
ly, with forms for Composition with
c.Veitton, and the Insolvent Laws it
It Tails IY0U Tbe Wal relations existing between
l.uarxtxan and Ward, Master and
Apprentice, and Landlord and Ten
ant. It Tells YOU What constitutes LiM and Slander.
and the law as to Marriage Dower.
the Wift s Kiyhtin Property, Di
voire and Alimony
It Tells Yott The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the Naturalization Laws
of this country, and how to comply
nil je same.
It Tells You The concerning Peiuintuand how
to obtain ne, and tbe Prt-Emitiun
atcs 10 r-uottc LJinas.
It XellS YOU The Law lor Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtaining one. with 7-
terferences, Assignments and Talle of
il leliS X0U Mow to make your wai and how to
Administer on an Edate, with the
law ana uie requirements thereof is
It Tells YOU Tito meaning ad Law Terms In general
use. anu explains to yon the Legis
lative. Lxecutxve and Judicial Pout
ers of both tbe General and State
It Tells YOU How to krep out of Law, by showing
how to do your business legally,
tuua raving a vast amount or prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
Single envies will be sent bv mail, tiostaire naiii t.
Beer farmer. Everu Mechanic. Ereru Man nfiuis
and Everybody in Every State, on receipt of $1,00 or m
law style of binding at t .25.
$1000 A YEAReTrmb.y
everywhere, is selling the above work, as our induce
ments an sucu are very iioerai.
For s ngle copies of the Book, or for terms to agon
ith i taer information, apply to or address
J0HK E. POT IE S. Publisher.
-Vo. 617 Sans st. , Philadelphia, Pa
Cliaucerjr Sale of Valuable Iron
IX pmsuaure of a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Charlotte, rendered at the September
Term l&AO, I will on AfoneVte the lOtkday of December
next, expose to public sale to the highest bidder, on
the premises a valuable Steam rorge, together with all
the fixtures thereto belonging, situated in Dickson
county, Tenn., and known as the HENRY CLAY
F) iRGE. At the same time I will sell about 2500 acres
of land att u bed to the Forge, a portion of which lies
on Cumberland River. Said Lauds will be divided and
sold in tracts o! convenient Biro. . .
Trtcas. The above described property w 111 be sold
without tbe right of redem;tH: on a credit of 8, 12,
IS and 24 montlis witn interest from date. Bond and
good security will be required and a lien retained oa
tbe laud until the purchase money is paid. .
A Plat of the above described Lands will be shown
on the day of sale. H C COLLIER, C M.
- oct -eo-td ,
Chancery Sale of Piney 'Fur
nace Lands. ' .
IX Pursuance to a decree- of the Chancery Court at
Charlotte, re n.lered at the September Term, 1860, 1
will oa Monday the Zdday of December next, expose; to
public sale to the highest bidder, at the Court House
door in Charlotte, that valuable property in Dixon
county, T.'un , known as tbo PIXEY FURNACE, to
gether with all the machinery and fixtures thereto be-
loo'hig. - " i
At the same time I will sell about 4000 acres of land
attaehed to said Furnace, a portion uf which is good
farming Land, and lies adjacent to the N N W Rail
road, now in course of couftruetion. ' Said Lands will
be divided into parcels, and will be in lots or as a
whole as may le deemed advisable. ""'
Tkrmx: The above described property will be sold
without the ripht of redemption, on a credit of 6, 12,
1 8 , 34 . 30 and 36 months with interest Irom da to Bond
and gvmd security will be roqainnd. and a lien retained
on lit land until the purchase mner is paid.
A i'lat of the above described Limits will be shown
on t lie da v ol sale. H C COLLIER, C At M.i
oetstMda - . - ' j
1AM now receiving my Fall Woek of Pianofi-Usrrom
the following Facuiries, which will be the largest
ever offered In the city: Stelnway t Sons, A. 11 Gale a
Co., Ilayues Brothers; liaxletou Brotborc, Wm. Kanblo
ft Co., Peters and Webb, Light m Brad burr y and Soeb
beller & Scbmhlt, ail of wbicb will besohl at a small
advance oa cost for cash or negotiable paper. - All lbs
new and popular Musio just received, together with
Aceurdeoos, Violins. Flutes, Drums, Brass instruments,
Ac. For bargains "come to me." at number S3. i
J AH. A. McCLURE.
A(f BAGg Mixed Corn; .
fJLUV 400 Bags Whue QiUU,
500 Sacks Oats:
.. aw tacks Corn Meal;
v , ,, i 60 Bales Hay;
SO Hbls Potatoes;
54 Bbls Onions;
Just received and fur sal by i
CONRAD, CHiXDLEB CO.
! 1, ir . ' i r
1 HHiw. Xew Crop Louisiana Sugar a choice ar
AV.7ta.ia, to arrive onixmrr M. M- Ruayaaaai Me-
Oay laoratng axt, ui fur sal low ior asb. .
MiXaXL, HOOPER k CO. ,
STl-4f 1 Xoa, f laaratitat
...-!.. i.-; .. . - i ' . mJ ii! tz
FALL AND WINTER
' ..TiffiAniiB.- '
1 .-: .--
X7 Ears now i win lug and epening a lasge aaas
VV leoted Steele ef itTAPU AXPFAXCYj ,
G 0 0 D S
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.
SHOES, BOOTS AND BR0GAN3, ' ,-
Xetrro extra slxs Mud Boots.' and An For sad Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, and a large stock of Yariety Goods,
Threads of all kinds, sad xankea sioucm, sc., ma.
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached sad
Brown Domestics, Plaid Liuseys, printed sad plain; all
wool Dentins and Cashmers, Colored Silks, Black Silks,
Poplins, Debagee, French Murisoa, English and German
Merinos. Printed American DoLaines. Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroidoriue, Laces; a Urge
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Caiisimers. SaUtnrtls. Joans, bcal Skin and Beaver
Cloths: Over Coatings: a large stock of Shirts, Skirts
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, Hos and
half Hose of every kind, ae., ae.
A large and wen assorted stock of superfine
Consisting of Over Coats, Business Coats, Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
and Drawers. A full line of Clothes now in store, jost
ALSO, 550 eases of Shoes, Boots aad Bregaas, Chil
area's Boots and Shoes, ana inxant nooea. ion itoci
is unusually large, and will be sold under any body's
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
C A II PET8IT G,
Yelvet and Brussels Carpeting, S and S ply half woej
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch aad Scotch Car puling,
which will be sold aheap.
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Augers, Glmbleta Door Locks, Pad Locks, Black
ing Brushes, Blacking, Guns and Cub Caps, to., Cheap.
We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock of every description of Goods in the city of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that ws intend TO
SELL THEM. Our house SHALL be the head quartors
far c7sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is
a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods in this city, and we intend to sell to that Trade
exclusively ; and we say to cash and prompt lime buy
ers call and examine our
LARGE AXD EITEWTE STOCI
Before you buy, be sore.
EDWARD TRABUEA W. H.LUCUS,
Xe. 71 Publie Square, XashvUle, Tesa.
We have la our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIELDS, Bookseller aad Cashier;
GEO. W. XORVELL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Sales mas;
JAMES B. XICHOL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, de; last bat not least
by a good deal.
These geullcmen will be glad to see, their menus at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pay their notes a hen doe.
aug24-U TKABCE LLCUS.
Life Pills and Pha-iix Cilters.
THESE Medicines hare now been before the pobHe
1 for a period or THIRTY YEARS, . aad daring
that time have maintained a high character in almost
avery part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power or restoring perfeot health te per
sons suffering under nearly every kiad of discos te
which thehuman frame is liable.
The following ar among the distressing variety ef
human diseases iu which the
Yeceiable Life Medicines
are known to be infallible:
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly classing the trst and
second stomachs, and creating a lew of pure, healthy
bile, instead or the stale and acrid kind ; TLATTf-
LEKCx, Loos or Arrarrni, Hbaktbsbx, Maasacua,
Kesiiossuess, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Langaur and Melan
choly, which are the general symleais of Dyspepsia,
will vanish, as a natural consequence of its euro. ,
lC0TTVENE8S. by c loaning the whele length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and withont
violence ; all violent purges leave tb bwels costive
witbin two days. - . '
FYEES of all kinds, by restoring the bleed te a
regular circulation, through the process af respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution ef aS intesti
nal obstructions in others. i
Tbe Life Medicines have beea known te core KlTEo
MATTSM permaueully in three weeks, aad GOUT hi
had that time, by removing local iaflainaltoa ire at the
muscles and ligaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by treeing and strength
ening the kidneys and bladder; they operate most de
lightfully on these important organs, and hence have
ever been found a certain remedy for the worst oases
Also WOllMS, by dislodging from the turnings of
tbe bowels the slimy matter to which these eraaiurea
adhere. . i
SGUfiVY. ULCERS & IHYETEEATZ S0BZ8.
by the perlect purity which these Lao Mediciaes have
to the blood, and all the bfaners.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexloas
by their alterative edect upon the fluids that feed the
skin, and the mordid state of which aceasioas all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, aad other dm
The ns of thnse Pills for a very short time wlH ef
fect an entire euro of 8 ALT RHEUM, and a striking
imppmvement in the clarnes of the skin. COM
M0H COLDS and m FLUE if Z A will always, be
cured by one dose, or two us the worst.
FILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 86 years standing by the us f
tbe Life Medicines stone
FEVER AMD AGUE. For this seearge of th
Western country, these Medicines will be found a safe,
speedy and- certata remedy- Other medicines leave
the system subject to a return of the disease a ear
by these Medicines is permanent Try them, be satis
fled and be cured.
BI LI0U3 TITERS AS - - LITER C0X-
PLAl j TS, General Debility, Lass t AppotMe, and
Diseases of Femaios the Medic'.nes have beea used
with I lie most beneffcial result in eases af this 4 s
scriptioa: King's Evil and Kcrofula, la Ms worst
forms, yields to the mild j yet powerful aetiea of these
remarkable Medicines. K ight f weals, Nervous Debili
ty , Nervmis Cumphuats of all kinds. Palp Halloa of h
i, r-aintera' loiic are speedily cured. I
MERCURIAL DISEASES. P.
tilutioos have Decoine im'Nured by th injudicious
use of Mercury; will find these Medicine a perlect
cur, as they never fail to eradicate from tb system
sn toe enects of Mercury, is anilely sooner thaa th
most powerful pre;iarations t. Sarsaparilla. j .
j--";-. : -v W B MOFFAT, j
.r V m a J Broadway. New York! f
FOR &ALM BTALL. DSCGG1S2S
inlyTf-dawly tCitt-t V'' ' i-
Shelton's ; Marble .Works ! I
Church street, suxt door t Cornell ps's Cabinet shop
I tlL. unuersignea wouia iniorm bib rrieaas "y
1 . .and the public generally that he will eoa- (J
tinue tb MARBLE BLSLNESS in this city. at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's TJabinol
shop, on Church street, aad eaiis attention t
tb stock or -. : I'm - - ,
'riarblo.'rlottamcnta, Tatsiba, ate.
Which he baa on exhibition aad far sal, embracing
great variety, anished in th most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture oa the shortest noliee
Marble.Kaatles; and every deecriptwa of Xaxbl
Worn, ol th huest AjaericaB and Italaa Marhie. His
work w ill , as heretofore, be war an ted, aad hi prices
to suit tue tuues. at. 1- (OlliaU.. I .
jam) if. j
' The Grafhenbers Yegetuble'' Fil!i ! ;
ARS THE BST IX TUK WORLD FOB FAMILY VSX
ETDIOESTIO COHSnPATXOsT HKAD-
ACHE HXEYOUSHZ - ILU0U3BEBS
WAHT OS APITITE DYSPA
SIA LIVER COlUlAlXX-JiVItlXQK , S
Oa account ot their rreat mildnsea. aad from th
(act that they never grip, nauseate, er leave th
bowels ia a eonstivuted coaditioB. the OratfhaBbra
Pill will b found more pleueaat than any other.' -
49-Prioa 25 caui per box. Oa th rece'ptef o
dollar, four bexea will baasat by -Bail, freeef postag
to any part ( th aotantry. - .
!.t. rr? v .: si . tfACatXN-QlC k MTXTJITIK,
aspt23-w : ' .i Xo. UCoUegealreet.
T IV A 13 Hate L11CA9
Job tots of Boots aiiA Si.m
WT save a larg iavolc of Irst oualltr f
aad Uhoes, wluch w will aaU at a great aargaisr
for aaah, or (oar umnUii areoipt papsr. - Caat fasuaadie
ately as they saosl.sw. sal.at ur War raasaa as
stairs. No.-1 lib... j J ..i a
European Sledical Institulei
...... ; '. (Frem Paris.) '
N. 704 Broadway, bove 4th Street,
t ' ' NEW YORK.
THE oeoeasity of giving to the public of the United
tetates. a rat tonal and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, nas mauosa nr. Sanson (for several years known
la tas eity as the most successful nractitioner in that
class of affections) te extend his sojourn hi Xew York
r answer year.
Be may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, "704 BROADWAY," and wiU continue to keep
oa hand his own aad Dr. Ricord's preparations, such ss
Flor del Ccayall, (2 per bottle) acainst Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or self -abuse, the
beat remedy known la Europe.
Hia rreventive against Infection, $1 per bottle.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, aeainst Venereal Dumiim.
oae box sufficient to cure any case. S2 ner box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy cures that disan-eeabla af.
lictioB in S few days, $2.
Best French Mala Safes imported by himself at $3
All bis French and Spanish Remedies for Affect ions
of Ladies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Physicians
At his Institute there are eight room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, go that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He Is under the necemity of notifying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
omce, at U Broadway, and that as impostor is copy
log verbally his advertisements.
Tha Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the Xew York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted inEnglisb, German,
Italian, French or Spanish.
- Letters should be addressed to Box 8576, P. 0", Xew
Tork. . . ;
Cholera, Flux, Djsentery.
NO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
la the House. Children are dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
Debility from Heat.
While the Thermometor ranges ever 00 in tbe shade,
the Graefenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 cm.
a package, makes the beet strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 2S cents you can make half a gallon of those
health giving bitters, which aid the appetite, givepow
erto the constitution, regulate the bowels, and conquors
general debility. Now is the season for ther use.
julyl-tf MACKENZIE k MTXCHIX.
. Xo Time to Wait far the Doctor!
A BOUT these times all children will eat greet fruit.
XX At any moment of day or night they are liable to
be attacked bv Cholera Morbus: Dysonterry or Diar
rhoea. Xo time thon to send for a Doctor. The Grsef-
enberc Dvsenterr Svrun instantlv relieves all such
cases. Xo famil v ought to be without it it in tbe house.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in the past few years. Only 50 cents
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season,
A fresh lot just received.
maylJ-tf MACKENZIE t MIXCTIIX
One of the most popular and beneYolen
Instil ntions is
OX DEADER1CK STREET,
'I'HE Doctor himself is sn old Parctitioner, from the
X old and this country, being already 15 years
America, having manfully and honorably surmountep
all the trials of the new world, and battled aud con
quored death of the whole range of discuses of our dif
ferent climates. South and North, Bo that the fame of
his success in tbe treatment of general and private
diseases is indisputable for which he has the mout re
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in general
bv being entrusted with desperate cases, for to illus
Irate his skill. He is conversant with the American
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, couscl
entousness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icinc by consulting bim through letters, inclosing
fee, to Poet-oWce Box Xo. 336.
Mis Family Residence is on North Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
YVhieh -ta of Jate atteuikd the use
INDUCES ns to call the attention of all those afflicted
with Piles to it It is being tested daily with the
most boneflcial effects It is the only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and speed v cure. If
you are afflicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other modicine 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.
AXa For salo at Demoville's and Degrove's, and bv
ther Brnggista. junelo-tf
DRK.S AND MEDICINES.
A. II. KOSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
IX' F- are prepared to rxecu'e orders lor Drus
IV Bind ;lealeluea and all articles pertain
Ingtothe Drug itusiness, with despatch cd at tne
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
bar every article of as good quality as represeuted
and iu no instance will anything be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain tbe reputatiou w
have established iu selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
snow yon inducements seldom offered iu thi- or any
other Southern city . In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a largo stock of Perfumery,
oaps aud Teilet Articles, White Lead. Linseed Oil,
rarpenlm wii'i, i,'tiim ua Huielar modi
,, 1000 tozeii; Fruit Jar.
260 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 44 S 41 44 44 44 44
200 "1 44 Tompeat Stone Jars.
12$ u 2 44 44 44 44
26 44 1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 ' 19 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tr For sale by J. W. WILSON.
Tl.'ST received by Railroad, 200 dozen 2 quart Glass
fj Fruit Jars;
160 dozen 1 quart Glass Fruit Jars;
100 44 1 and 3 quart Yellow Fruit Jars.
DOZaXf, beat kind.
Ice Cream Freezers.
n f ASSORTED sizes Masse rs Five Minute Freezers.
O U For sal by J. W. WILSON,
july24 , " Xo. 17 College street.
SCI1UKTZE A, LUDOLFF.
AXUFACl URERS of I SOS Frams,
GRAND, SQUARE and PARI OK
UixAND PIANO FOKTkd, made
all U. imprevemeiits conductive to)
uperinriiy of sice, touch raid durability, GH.
MEDAIS awarded at tue Fairs in New York, 18
Mand 'Si, and in St. Louis, 1869. Healers, Scho
aad Families will save money by calling before p
chasing. All instruments guaranteed for turee y
Harrooms45t BROOilK ST , (a few doorf Wee
Broadway.) New York. fub'21-6
Just received bj ill. A Parrish k Co.
Onn BAGS Crushed Corn;
eiUU 100 bags Family Meal;
- 860 bags White Meal Corn.
aprlS-tf -. - -
s Burning Fluid. i
OrAXXKR'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil, Lin
J seed Oil, for sal at ;
. RAIN'S, BROWN tt CO.'S
6 DOZEN Coal Oil Lumps, of various styles, fitted
with tha celebrated Collins Burner, Tor sale by :
feb36-tf v, e, .. r-..... . RAINS, BROWN k CO.
:;;Extra :Fine Teas."
OF ail the favorite brands Ne nUs Ultra, Gun Pow
der, silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howque Mixtures,
Imperial and Black. For sale by
aprZl-lf - RAIXS, BROWN & CO.
1 A DOZEX Flower Pota, assorted sizes for sal
IvO by . 3 - - rains, brown co.
aprZl-ur i . . . . . . !
r BBLS. COAL OIL, a very superior article, Just re-
ceived aad for sal by
RAIXS, BROWN k CO
;' j,i Dry-Goods Tery Cheap.
I AM aow In receipt of my' targe and well assorted
stock of Staple aud Fancy Dry-Goods, which I am
offering at vry low prices . -" ' "
As quick sales aad small profits is my motto, Ism
willing to lake u with th latter to accomplish lb for
mer, and will od'er great inducements to ah who will
favor me with a call, especially to canb buvers. Come
and see for yourselves. - DAVID HUMPHREY, ,
s apl21-f X. 22 South side of the Nuar. '
Attention All J
have ia store, and for sal cheap, a larg as-
omptotaBess af aiaaofaetur stand unrivalled ia
Daited UtaUa. . aUXELL, HOOPER k CO ,
,- a .. . Nos and t Mark st
pUSSIA IRON Stove Pipe; . .
JTA jComtaoa - do . do
Odd ilaskeis for Grates;
Odd Fenders for Grata; lie., ka ;
, Ktovas put su ia aav uart ot i city
I aas offiwiBf great ladaoeiaenia to parties wishing to
purohase . . . , .
3 ; COMMON JHEDIUM ; . t
r i n e Vir g i n ia" T ob ac co
By th aaatity.
Call and axaioia at 44 Union street,
J. W. LANGLEY.
, IIEDICAL JJOOIIS !
AilUiaTaXlB4saa asrialheoUandBew schools:
far as by , - - r, aOX YORK tt CO ,
j a as 11 if
A. J. BiXfFVR.-
FORWARDING AXD ' .
- - AXD DEALERS IX
FOBEIG AM) TCBESTIC LICUOfiS. TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SXIFF, tc,
N oa. 6 and 8 market afreet,
y7E have in store and for Bale cheap to the trade
125 bbls. Jo. Xewsom's celebrated Whisky.
. 66 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bbls. Old Ryo a prime article.
16 bbls. Old Rye warranted pure.
' 86 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
46 half barrels Cherry Brandy.
26 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy.
26 quarter casks Holland Gin. ,
7a bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine. r
With Cognac, Catawba Brandv, kc '
jan9-tf MEELL, HOOPER k CO.
Coal Oil l i.oal OUM:
J. It. FIN LAY & CO.'S
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
- ' - ManaOtctured in St. Louis, Mo.
THIS Oil Is almost colorless clear as tho purest
Spring Water deorderized does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney tbe best Oil made in the
East or West, and took the first premium at the last
St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it needs to recommend
it to general use. We have received a sonplv of this
superior Oil, which wo are offering to the trade by tbe
barrel only at manufacturers' priee.
illZIXI., HOOPER k CO.,
aprll-tf Nos. 6 and 8 Market st.
E are In receipt of a shipment ol the fines
Coffee ever received in Nashville, w hich wo ar
offering to the tratie at a low figure.
Aug9-tf. M1ZEI.L, HOOPER & CO.
Hungaiian Grass Seed.
TUST received, and for sa'.o at a low figure 600 bush
J els superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has
been selected with great care, and was raised in tho
Xorthern portion of Missouri is free from dirt and all
apr.l-tf B C SIIZEIJ., HOOPER k CO.
. ....JOHN" H. ANDKKSOX.
IHURCif, ANDERSON &
Coni mission 31 c vehnnls,
jTo. 50 College street,
innr bushels or a
1UUU and Tor sale by
Xo. 1 Oats, just received
mar23-tf CHURCH. ANDERSON i CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
1TI7E have on hand a large quantitv of the best
V V IlunL'arian Grass Sed which wo are s.Jlin low
mar2i'-tl CHURCH, 'ANDER-Si N i CO.
"TTE have ust received a large lot of TAR, and aro
t T offering it at tae lowest Uiure.
mai29-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
W liUy! AVliisliy! Uliisky!
TfTrE have iu store a large quantity of the best of
V v all kinds ot tho purest HISK.Y. All ye lovurs
of the essence of corn give us a pxssmg call.
mar29-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON i: CO.
Auction and Ccmir.isvioii Card.
TO SOCTIIEBS 31ERCIIAXTS AXD DEALERS.
rPHE subscribers liave opened a large and extensive
L house for the tnuisactiim of a strictly COMMIS
SION BUSINESS AM) GENERAL AGENCY, with ar
raueemetits for the constant reception of all kinds ol
Goods, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in tho
various departments of lrade.
It ts with confidence and pleasure that wo call tho
atteution of those visiting NahwIIe to our varied and
constant! v changing stock, us the kirgc-r l;oi tiou of our
consignments are from maaiilactures, first hands, or
those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep in view that -the
money is mado hi the purchase.' Ordeis faithfully at
tended to wbeu accomiaiiied bv the cash.
BENJ. F. S1U1XDS & CO.,
Centra! Stores, No. 27 and 29 Coll'-ge St.,
frb8-tf Nashville, Tenn.
A . W 1 V A fe 4J 4 ,
Direct through the Custom-house of Nashville.
AND DEALERS IN
Wines. Brandies, &c.
From Franco, Sjmin, I'ortugal, Germany and Italy
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
V c r in I c i 1 1 i , fe c . , & .
ao. 30 Aortli larltct sirecr,
(Next door above the Watson House,) .
NA SIIVILLE. TENNESSEE.
WE have established a house in this citv for the
purpose of veu ling fine WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS, kc, kc, and keep constantly on hand sevor
al qualities ot n ines and Brandies, which have never
before been imported into this State.
We import our Goods direct. (one of our firm being
iu Europe much or his time,) and pay thk CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON All THE FOREIGN ARTICLIS
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we have lmjiorted goods.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IX ALL KINDS OF
GRAIN'. AND. PRODUCI
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Aug21-6ra
ill. Ce BfitUCZ?,
A action & Ccnimis'ic!! Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Cherry st.,
Nashville, Tenn ,
RESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Mercltan
dise of all classes. Satislactiou givcu to cou.kn-
ees and purchasers as m arly as possible. Consignees
of goods to this market wili find my auction soouis well
fitted up, and the goods m ill be sold without delay aud
the money paid over forthwith.
X. B No goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
HISTORY OF A LAVV-SiST
In the Circuit. Court of
OS THE BASIS OP THE CODE
' 'Abraliam Ca rut hers,
LAW PROFESSOR AT. LEBANON,
For. sale in
JOHN YORK & CO., '
junelS-tf' . , . .. No. 38 Union street
BOUSE. SIGN AXD CnMHE-MAL PAIMEC,
Ho, 75 Nortli .TlarUet atreet,
Opposite Myers, Hunt A- Co.'s Carriage Shop.
SE All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch. scptll-tf
WILLLAM C. SCOTT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
to mission i)lercnaiii.4. -
' XO. 0 LOCUST STREET,
- - -
St. Lo is, Mo.
"IT TE would Invite the attention of . friends to the
T T fact that there has never beun any change in tho
style of our firm, and that ther
is no probability ol
A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a flue Brett Carriage, second hand ;
One Phaeton Carriage, new -.One superb Barouche..
seconu nana; ime large tain uy utrringe, seooud hand ;
Fine second hand Piano, good make.'; All of which
will be sold very cheap, to elose, by , ""-.
BENJ. F. SHIELDS"; CO?, '
sept20-tf Central Auction Rooms, 27 College st.
y I have thbv -day," associated -with tanr in tho Boon
business, MR. J. O. RUTLAND and MR. JXtk. EAbT
MAX. XashviUe, Sept 1, 1S60.
' ' ' . ' j F. I1AGAX. j
. mXOAS, ' J; B. BXTLAJID, V JM0. SASl aaB
, .F. II At. A3, afc'co. '.. . ;
.BOOK JELLERS. 150. SIITIOXERS,
41 College Street; j
Aug.'1' - "
DR. F. A; KAUEFNERi
no M ceo pat til c
JPhyslclau ana ttui-ir.E-i.ii,
No. 23 (up suits) Cedar sk,Xashville, Tenn. i
Office boors until t A, M., between 1 and P, 11., and
between T snd S T. U.' ' '
References Drs. Her lug k Lippie, Philadelphia, Fa
aad Drs. Caspari Jt Kechler, Louis v IX., ajr, . . .
m. a. aaowx,
ip heretofore eisti:;js. under tho
is, GiU'.oa a. Jo.. is ,h-s
di.-olved Ut mitua! consent. J. K. G.l .eon retir
ing fr-jm the firm.
July 15, 1SG0.. . JU. EDWARrs.
J. K. GHiESON,
E. P. 1.D.VAKDS.
r. s. hakris.
:. P. EDWARDS.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(sCOCKSSOks TO UfTi KDS, GlLJvK?OX & CO.)
WI'.L COXT'NCS THE
FOSWAROIXU A.U COUflISSU. SESiVESS
At the old stand , corner of College and Church sts.
v. a. .ioiiAi5iiN x t;c..
; , - AND
T CAKONDEI.11 STREET 27
K. F. XUV1SS.
KIHKlATJiJCI-: ti. CO.,
' Vvl 1VVCCO V C'VO US ,
No, 27 N.t rnii:sTUi;i:r,
(Deti et?n Magazlue aud C-atnp,)
a. r. shin.
KIRKPATEIOK & CO.,
Cij;lM!SSii; & !0uV.A.:i:l.K jIEKCHAXCS,
XO. 27 XATCIiEZ STUEIT.
(Botwatn Magaaiue and Camp,)
A'v Or! '-mts,
CLARK, GRCiiORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPP.IETOia ()K
To whom ail ordi-rs must bo addressed.
Agency of all the Star card Patent lledicines
Ladies' Oil foilet Cream. Cccoanut
Sa s!T i i I , Ten ji .
ANOTHER LOT OK THOSE FINE
utiv be found eve
SU.Hli of the
A very larg
at 44 Union .tract.
J W. LANG LEY.
TO 1'LKAsK LTERY'IX'iDY AT
tl V "Ia Fa f4 A
f )AXGING trotu thirluen cents to til.-: ao.iar per
lL xan.i purchased With a view to
And will be Fold with the same "
Also, u- much larger bx k of
dus monster," ui
Than can to sis.wu by any oiner hoi:se in the .-iute.
All of which will be lower than cull be bought else
where iu tho citv.
J. w. la.;ls-:y,
au-r.25-tf 44 Union street
W. A. J0HNSCIT &
27 CAP.OXDCI.nT aTEEI-T, 2
(iris ans, I.a.
The Largest Stock cf
tobacco m mm
Ever Sl-iiietl ta INasIivilie.
JS now being received by the undersigned, mili'iicm;
A every Ikwsib'e gra.ie, at mi icli lower figure loan ior
ten years past.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, aro invited to
STOCK AND PR1C15S,
As I promise tiiein bargain? suili us th.-v have le.t Lad
for TEN YEARS. J. W. I.A.G1J-;Y,
jul2S-li No. 44 Union street.
T E have upwards of 200 Heatiiig stoves forCKil
or Wood, ol all styles anJ siz 's.
GAS AXD SMOKE LUliMNU TOVIvS.
SEVEN ANU TEN P. LATE STOVES.
Ail of which wo will sell r.t c;wt (with freight added)
r..- ..... 1. k t . -1. 1 . V'y 1 1.- .. i..v. it.v
-II" No 6 C
Caiits and IJmbr -ilim.
FINE lot received to-lav, and a variety uf Comlis,
fl Brushes, Porte Monirn 1 !:i?-3, iiavclm Ba'
Dressing lis-s, kc, all 8i::ug at iow rat.-s.
sbi-" J. 11. .M.-t.lI.L
Ground Feed for Stock.
supolv just riTeiv'il and for sale
H1.NJ. F. SHIKLHS CO.,
27 College street.
T I J E have on band several;
V V and llaif Gallons ol those
us bruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented for
the preservation oi t run aud "1 egelables.
T'-mjiesl's Jars preserve Strawberries I
f emicst's Jars preserve Raspberries !
Tt nipest's Jare piv-s.-rve Blackberries I
Temiiest's Jars pres.'rve i'ie l iant 1
TonijKSt's Jars prcseri-e Peiu-hes !
Temjiest's Jars pn-serve Pii.Uis !
Tetujiest's Jai s pr-s.-rve QainceS !
TenijK'St's J:u .ef.Tve Cherries t
Tempest's Jars preserve ToiiuiI.h-s I
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Fin Jars of all siz.s.
ALsaj.-Ludlcw's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes which
we are oifei ing at cost pi ice. as w e feel as.-11 re. 1 that
Tempest's Stone Jars
mufit ai!rceue all othe:
MACKENZIE .t MINCIIIN.
eace: Cor. Co eso and 'WatkiIls, Avenu8
, , i, PuRjieui.T U.M STKlJtr J
OIT1CE NO. 63 N'RTjrCHiavT.Y STlilXT.
Selected Lump CoaL '
1 HE linest lot of Selected I.utu'i Ceal is to be found
X at tht .ttiia YarJ, whero it is sold al the lew
price of 21 cents per bushel. Drop vour orders iu Box
NO. B4 1". O., and they will be iirour, tiy attended to
SAMUIJ. J. AG NEW,
feh3-tf Y'ard biick of X. A C. R. 1L l.t.
Of .American Portraiture.
Corner of Union and . College Streets.
'"PHIS estabiishau nt, the most extej.sive in the South-
J. west, stilt continues to htf t!ie resort iTtlie fashion
and beauty of our country, which fully en iois. s the
sontuiiei.is ol thousands, tliat it is tho great L ill 0
RIOI for .
ana Asnbiot j pes!
At this Tiouse all pictures are warrantod to piose or
no charge will be made.
We would especially invite the community and our
frieuibj in g. iieial ti ri.-it our great llaii ol i'oiirmture.
where pieturM of the moat cclebrsled Mat.-snien aud
Diviuea can ho seen, viz : iiis Ijco-ilency President
Buchanan, the Vice iTesidciil, iiis Kxccllf-ury G'.v.
Johnson, lion. Cave Johnson, A. V. Brown, J. A. 11c
Ewuig, Eph. U. Foster, and a thotisnud otiiers of cele-
briety Bishops Pierce, Lnvaiiatign, r-ur.y, i'ayne,
Bascom, iroule, Andrews, aud Rev. lr. E-ig ar, Ac, &c.
Copies of the above can had at a low .i ice al anjr
time. -r , ajuTa-tf.
B. J. IYLKS. , ' . , - GKO. W amlUNOS
LYLES & HITCHINGS,
CI fl V C PIC A I CDC
t).h - w g i n u u i v i
r Ko. 33. Cedx -street
aslivlll c, T V eunesjicc.
IT TILL al all times buy Xeirroes soitable fortliaXew
V Orleans market. All persons having Negroes to
sell will please give us a sail.
Jul 21f LYLES k UITCUING3.
Dissecting Instrumt itts. .
I A LARGE stock of DISSECTING INTRCilEXTa
1 uyla 1 I il.a
wTA mtu.u!aciared bv Tie man, of New York, just re
ceived and tor sale by RAIN'S, URoWN k VO. '
octls-tf .. . - . ' i
. - , . , " ' , . j - : : , . .
: , Dickin' iNtw liook, 1
SHORT ETORISs.tjust recaiveand for ial by
Mia4r ;,, . . joajiioK: co.
Viishville and Chattanooga R.R.
tfVl'5"J !' VWtj-lr JL
Change of Schedule.
OX AXD AFTER
Sunday, November 11th, I860.
ra-iiar Trains wul run as follow:
Lcav Nashville at S30 a. m. and S P a
Arrive at Chattanooga 1:30 p. a. and 1:4a a. a.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 a. m. and T30 P M
Axrivs at XashvUle at530p.a.and8A.au
LL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
- Xew Y'ork, lhiladeiphia, Baltimore, Washmetoa
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knoxville
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, Xew Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis aad Charleston Railroad, and at Chaltanoopa
with Trams on last Tennessee and Georgia and West
ern ami Atlantic Railroads.
Throoe!, Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to 1 a ket Aeotit, at office at Depot, to the follow uig
plaees and at the luilowuig prices, viz:
Nu-Jiville to New York, via, Charleston, S. C.
t 1 . A a. rout.
" 44 44 " Savannah
' 11i.Ud.jli.hla, 44
44 !'.. luo.U'l, " 44
41 I'eU-n-lmjg, " 44
44 line Tunnel,
" Atlanta, '
41 Grand Junction,
44 New Orleans,
" Holly pruij,s, Miss.,
nov!2-tf E. W. COLE,
Ijoulsvllle aud Iislvllc
16!), Fall and Winter Schedules, 1SG1.
O nimen. inK SUNDAY, NOV. 4TII, 160, Trains will
run as fuiiuus ;
Tram No. 1. Tram No. 2.
4:30 A.M., 7:30 1. M.
5:5l ' 8:56 -1
73 -4 10:15
8 HO. Breakfast. 11:17 "
Arrive at oalialiu.
- 44 Bowling Green,
Cave City, 9 AS A.M.,
'- 44 Louisville, 2.-00P. M.
12:45 A M.
Ijeave Im viile, "O0 A. M.,
Arrive ;.t Nashville, 4JU P. M-,
4:30 P. M.
2.00 A. M.
L-ave Nashville at 4:45 P. M., Arrive at Gallatin at
6:1a P. M. Returning, leave Gallatin at 8:00 A M.
and arrive at Nashville at 9:30 A. M.
TRAIN NO. 1 runs daily all other trains daily, Sun
TRAIN NO. 1 makes direct connection at Louisville
for Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
a-inmijton t-iiy, I'Uiiau-ipuia, .New lorn and Boston.
Both Trams make direct connection for Cincinnati.
IudiaiiaHlis. Chicago, St. Louis, aud all points North
nil. I Northwest.
'! hroufcli T'ekets for s:ilo at tho Depot for all princi
pal K)inis fcitt. North and West.
nuv9-dtl J. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
T--HH(-ssre & Aiabania Railroad.
( aud al ter MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10th, 1S60, the
KJ Moruine Train, going South, will leave Nashville
it 0:10 A. M., instead ol 4:15.
Through Tickets given to Decatur, Grand Junction,
aa 1 3ieiii- 111s. on iv seven miics Mui:iiig
The time from Nashville to Decatur. Grand June
tiou, anil Mem; his will be hour and 15 minutes less
thiiti bvativ ott er route.
Reluming, the Tram IVom Memphis, Grand Junction
ani ivcalur, will arrive at Nashville at 4 P. M. one
hour M.nuer than bv any other Road.
W. O'N. PERKINS,
The Evening Train will 'eav at 3 o'clock, P. M.,
riHE Ntishville and Chaltanixva Railroad Company,
X in coiuiit lioii with the Koiuis below, are running
an l.xiiress rreielit Train lrom CTiarW'Ston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower spivd, but with the same
certainty as their iasseugcr Trains. No delay to freights
uy this rout-. fc w. COIJ:,
Ci-iii-ietuii autl avaimali
r 54 u it rv ii 1 x
Rnus 1: educed ai;d Sjieid Increased.
EXl'Rr.-ts Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
a:t.-r the 24th ol liecember, 1859, through rates
Irom -New iotk to Nashville:
Fust Ctiss, per 100 pounds..
Second Class, 4
Third Class, 44 14 ..
Fourth Class, " 44
Hats, Cais and Bonnets
Tune Irom .-avaim.ih and Clau-k-ston to Nashville three,
three an.i a 11a 11 ami lour uavs.
Time irom New Y01 k and Philadelphia, seven and a
bail", eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no ticignt traius are mil on Sunday over tliree
No detentions bv ice or snow. Overcharges and
d.im:.ges (except uainagis occurring at sea) promptly
tiljusied bv too Nashvulu and Chattanooga Railroad on
aehverv. C. W. ANDERSON.
Frtithl to New York aud Philadelphia
Cotton ami V'lour,
C1IAELLST0X AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton iter bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour it barrel 1 45
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New tork and Philadelphia.
Cottou compressed ui the option and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be Ireigbled Irom New
York to foreign ports al to 2 16 less than cotton not
liiro'.igh receipts issued bv the freight Agent cr tho
N:ishviilc and Cuattanooga Railroad.
C. . ANDl-JCSO.,
dec23-tf General Aguut.
Y A S T LINE. EAST!
CO MaI E XCIKG OK JUKE 11th
i.iiiif ."liaiui and Columbus and
IX' TI, HAMIMOX & DilTUA
From CIACISXATl to
Bitou in 32"i hours.
Xew York in 30 i hoiu-a.
Baltimore in 24 i hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Puubu.g m 12.V hours.
Steubensville in 10.V hours
Zanes v ille in 6 hours.
Toleda in 8i hours.
1'hil.idelpliia in 26 hours.
-aratoga springs ill V urs.
BuUiilo iu 15 houis.
Cleveland iu 8 yi hours.
heelali'I m 9i hours.
Crestiine iu 6 hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
lieUoit in 12 ; hours.
ILrousii 1 rains Lave Cincinnati as fallows:
Ii.IO A- ,tl. EXPItESS From Little Miama
IieiK.l. and from Cuiciunati, Hamilton k Iaylon Detiot,
counvcta via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and BuOalo;
via. c'olumbuii, Crestline and Pillshuig: via. Columbus,
SU nbeiisvhie aud Pittsburg; via. Coluuibus, Beiliar
and i'ltlsbiirg; via Columbus, Bellair and Benwood.
-JsSO A. M. aiXl,I4lE'i From Cincinnati,
Tlaiiiiium aud Detroit Depot, aiso connects via. Lima,
Toledo. Detroit and Canada: via. Dayton, Clyde and
lO A. 51. IwXrilEVS From Little Miami
lVol. connects via. Columbus, B.-lUiir and Benwood;
via. Coiuiubus, Beiliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crest. me and Pittsburg; via. coiumous, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Butlalo.
G J. ?l, EXt'ItES From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton und iyton Depot, via. Lama, leiedo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky.
;iodern Mreplng Cars on tbls Train,
II I. II. EXI'KEVS From Little Miami
Dejiot, connects via. Columbus steubensville and Pltls
burir: via. Columbus, Be 11 air and Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus. &-!iiar and Benwood: via Columbus, CreyCine
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
Modoru.Sleeplnxlars on Ibla Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, learin-j- Cincin
nati at 7:20 A. M . nave o floors in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. il., male direct connections.
The 6 J'. -V. Llfrtts, ixitariliiy, rmf.es all eotr-
hccHjHS a advtrfistd, except for Detroit
aud points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which is T Minute
taster than CINCINNATI TliLE.
a- Passengers should bear in mind that th "CIN
CINNATI" is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvement adopted
insuring anuai, oumfubt and SAF ETY.
Are sold al all the PRINCIPLE BAiLROAD TICKET
OFFICES in tbe WEST and fcOUTli. Ask for Tickets
P. W. S1RADER, General Ticket Agent. Cifi'tL .
TO JUDICAL STUOEMS.
CASES Tie-nan's Dissecting Ihitrurrwiita Jmst
J U received and lr sal by
. ct2i-tf AXNa, ligwi It Cv
To Baltimor Philadelphia
NEW YORK AXD BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
r " ER5IN ATE at Baltimore and Washington City oa
I the East, and Columbus 00 tho West, at which
places it connecu with Railroads for and from all
The West, Southwest, and Xorthwcst.
Passengers by this route can visit tbe cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, Xew York and Boston at th cost
of a ticket te Xew York or Boston alone by other
Through tickets can bo procured via Washington
City to the Eastern Clues at an additional charge of tww
looping cars attached to all night trains.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
points11 pivlU 01 "Wing off at all principal
tionw fr.I"1"''"' for Plra or informa
tion can visit all the eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated K
tM r1 -.v ; " t X S
."h J""44' iy and Night track Police-it.
splendid equipment lis exclusive Telegraph UnZ" its
Urge amount of double track; iu mTu5JoZ
surveiUanc. of the Company) emtureslf tbptT
SPEED. SAFETY AND COMFORT.
.,T1or?l!gb TiCkeU. bat;Slle6 ch,fck n be obtained
Jhe West l-dr0 Sbct offices
As-k tor Tickets. ria.
W. P. SMITH. Master of Tran.nnri.ii..
L. M. COLE. General Ticket A
. e-. . , T, rm mivu.
E. F. FlTJJ-3, General Western Agent.
apriQ8 KRu WX' a'1 T,cke' tit, C.O. R.B.
Notice to Shippers.
F being of the utmost importance for the proner
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the war
of gravel and other trams, thai freight trains be run a't
regular uniform rate of speed, waich can onlv be ac
complished by running on schedule lime; therefore in
order that the fi-eieht trains may be run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this dale, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Kates on Flour Reduced.
' ! HE xi,Tl;,e n'1 Chattauooga Railroad will receive
J!"v- ,"iJVll lel Wartrace, jSheibyvUl and Slalious
on N. & C. R. R. betw.u Nashville and Wai trace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to ChaVw
ton or savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through
.. . . E W- CX,LE.
j;in22tf SuP ' vf Transirtiaion X. i C. R. R.
Express to Olarksville.
ryilE Southern Express Company rrspectfully an
X uounco that they are now running mhknukks
through to ClarksviUe, via. E. k K. and 11. C. Jt L. Rail
i-ars, and are prepared to forward to thai place and in
tervening points with promptness and disiiatch all
goods usually sect by express. Tbev will also forward
te all places on sugo routes, connecting with the above
Railrooda. Bills, notes, dralu, etc., eollecled aud
prompt return made.
- Office Xo. 19 Publio Square.
I"bl7-tr A. K. HOLT, Suporiutondont.
The Express Freight Train
On the Nashville and Chattanooga Riilroad will com.
menee rtimiing on the 221 of July in olose connection
w ith the Impress Train on the great Southern lane via
Charleston aud Savannah aud continue during the busi
ness season. Through lime from New Y'oik EIGHl
l!AYS- K. W. COLE, Supi.
Jasper ilranch Railroad.
Oftiob Nasa. k Chat. RaitRoaD Co. 1
Octobers, 1859. J
BY order of the Board or Directors are made oa tbe
slock or the Company subscribed for building a
a branch road Irom Bridgeport to Jaspor, payable to the
Treasurer of this Company as follows :
tme dollar on each share on ine Lst of November, ut
1S5!, and two dollars on each share on the 1st day oi
December, 1S4, January, February, March, Airll
May, June, July, August, fcepluiber, OeloOer
and November, 1S6I).
Payment may be made to Jackson Pryor, at Jas
per, or to the Treasuer at bis ulhcc in Ndshville.
Pruniptn.-ss in meetiug these calls is requested ot
subscriber of stock, as the construction or the road
deends exclusively on the moans provided specitlcally
for thai purpose.
ocl4-U W. A. G LEAVES, Treasurer.
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN' 1S56.
We Ce Dawson & Co., JIanagers,
MACOX, OR SAYANXAII, GA
v 1: 1a"s7.ii 1; m e 1
Policy Plan Lottery!!
By this schema purchasers can select tbeir own
Numbers, and pay any amount far a ticket they mav
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct 2, 1860.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted ) at i
o'clock, P. M.
SJT In this be heme, there are 75 Numbers placed la
the Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve of theae
X umbers are drawn from the WheeL It a person se
lects one Number out of the 75, and that Number 1
anioug the Numbers drawn, be gels ore times the
amount invested. If two selected numbers are drawn,
he gets thirty for one if three seleclod Numbers
are drawn, be gets two hundred for one ; if tour se
lected Numbers are drawn, be cots a thousand for
one ; if five selected Numbers are drawn, five thousand
for oue : if six selected Numbers ar drawn ; fl.Uxm
thousand to one. RaaiouncB, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and all those Numbers so sulectnl
are not drawn nhHig the Twelve Drawn Numbers, the
Ticket is a Biank.
Our Havana 1'lan Lotteries
Draw F.cr (4) Times a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever offered.
For particulars, address,
W. C. DAWSON k CO., Managers,
oct 31. Macou, and Savannah, G.
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
'T'HE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
1 Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
under the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba
will take place at llavanah, on
Tuctd.tr INuTember 27. 1SGO.
3 GO, OO 0lTo li Ia V IV S
Sorteo Kumero 646 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prize or (100 000
1 44 44 50.000
1 44 44 30,000
1 44 44 20.000
1 44 10,000
50 Prizes of. l,00t
60 44 44 ouo
153 44 44 4o
20 Approximation.. .6,600
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of (600 each ; 4
of 400 to 50 000 ; 4 of 400 to 30,000 ; 4 of 4u0, to 20,000
4 of 400 to $10,000. -
Whole Tickets $20 ; Halves $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 the result
as All orders for ?chnea or Tickets to be address
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post,) Uiarlratoa,
a s j
3 -C ,
mm . a tafl
Harper's New Monthly Mag tine, for Xovember,
Harper's Xew Monthly Magaim. for November,
Godey's Lady's Boob, for November,
La Boo Toa Jouraal of Fashions, For November, ,
Blackwood's Ed in burg Magaxui, for October.
Just rec.d by JOHN YoRaT. 4 X
f UaPIRIOR arttvk Just reeeivea par Kaliraa
bv taa kuMl only by
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