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LAM) WANTED I V
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Cigars, 'vouacco, kc.
Old Bourbon, Old Bwe, Hoaonfaaala, Irish and
ana -A ppi 9 jjrauates; ruii, jn.stu.sn&, Jtuug biuuaragae uia tnuiwiw miuca,
Scotch and Hollaod.Gtn, aai all othr Hi grade ol Liquor that cambe
found in the western Country.
HORSES, STOCK, PRODUCE, Ac., TAKEN IS EXCHANGE FOR ANY OF OCR GOODS, or we will exchange for
Wild or Improved Lands, at Cash Prices, where the titles are perfect. Our terms will be to sell the owner
f a piece of land bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Ac., or such an assortment as he may select, at our lowest
Quth Prices, and take our pay in one-third cash, and two-thirds in Land.
WTtiMvichAne-inir Lands lor Liauora. kc. can aire the total amount of the bill all at one time, or they can
lose the trade with os, and order the goods in largs or small quantities, and only pay the one-third cash pay
mnaot on each order, or we will sell at low figures for a smail proportion, Cash, and giye long
credit oa the Kinn We guruantee our stock to te as
aept 10-ly NO. 28
M. A. PARRISH & CO.,
Trent Las' on College and Market
tOO bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
fcW by M A PARR1-H & CO.
100 balsa prime Steal Oats, just received and for
aaJa 6y M A PARRISH CO.
100 ban Crushed Corn Just received and for sale by
WHITE AND BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats;
S0O Black "
ast received and for sale by MA PARRI5H Jc CO.
NESHANN CK POTATOES.
200 barrels Northern Potatoes, just received and for
la by II A PARRlriH A. CO.
300 bags Wheat Bran, just received and for sale by
M a rnjv.3 J ui.
4000 boshela Shelled Corn;
1000 44 Ear 44
Jut received and for sole by M A PARREH ft CO.
290 bags fine Cora ileal;
100 " Bolted -
JuMreceived and for sue by 111 PARE! H t CO
100 bags No 1 Eye, Just received and for sale cheap
by M A PARRISH CO.
Most of the above articles are on consignment, as
well as many others not mentioned m the above list,
ail of which will be sold cheap in or de to eke a.s
Signmesia as speedily as possiole. Those wisLing
goods in our tine would do well to call and Hiimiae ow
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
OctS-U U A PARRliH i CO
Just rrctiTtd Ij M. A Pcrrhh k Co.
OflM BAGS Crushed Corn ;
6UU 100 bags Family Meal:
360 bags White Meai Corn,
COJFIDEJTIll LITERARY BUREAU,
480 Broadway, JTew York City.
Political or otherwise,)
TIAMPHLETS. Satires. Sermons. School Orations
JT Compositions, Essays, Poems or Letters, revised,
corrected or written by gentlemen ot
FIRST CUSS LITERARY ABILITY,
And Authors of acknowledged Talent.
NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS.
Of all kinds r.vted, corrected and prepared for the
m trench, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek, &c
Inquiries by letter must encloee stamp for reply,
jar All communications held strictly confidential.
Stores! Stores!! Stores!!!
T HATE in tor and now receiving the best selected
J. assortment of OOKIG and HEATING TOVE?,
FURNACES. GRATES. Ac. ever offered m this mar
ket. and will sell as low as articles of the same kind
an be bought in Louisville or Cincinnati : say in part
4 sizes) fluted Common Stores for Coal;
4 do straight, do do
do large Globe Coal Stove;
5 do Open Franklin Coal Stoves;
1 do do do Wood do
do Monkey Coal Stoves;
ft do fluted Box Moves for Wood;
1 and 10 Plated Wood Stoves;
2 sisaa Kansas Parlor Stoves for Wood;
a do Challenge Heaters for Coal;
do large extra church .- toves;
4 do Pbxenix Coal Stove;
2 do Ironing and Wash-house Stoves;
Common Jamb and Mantle Grates;
Marbleized Iron H""t and Grates, complete:
Wrought and Cast lrcn Cooking Stoves for Wood
aaa coal, oc nest maze. J. n. hhju.i,
cU3 17, College &U
JCST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
225 do. Wiiloughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 44 4 " 2 quarts
44 " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Abo. en hand 200 do. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
quarts, for sealing np, ail warranted.
Asm, 12 bbls. best Clear Coal Oil. at lowest price by
bami- J. W. WILSON,
septA-tf IT College St.
WATER COOLERS, &c.
1CST received direct from the manufacturers and for
J sale at lower nrices than ever before sold in this
23 plain Water Coolers,
23 Porceiiaa lined do.
10 McDonald's Refrigerators.
Schooiey's Patent do.
to Maaaer's S minute Freezers.
2 Setaort'l Pat. Freezer.
I mho make plain Ice Cream Freezers to order of any
AO Dox. Mason's PaL Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2
40 dox. Plain Frait Cans for sealing.
40 dox. 1 quart Glass Fruit Jars.
Ice Picks and Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlsra
10 dox. Pat. Egg Whips.
10 dox. Plated ixepers.
J. W. WILSON,
april IT 17 College street.
n ATTS'G evarv bcilitr in the way of workmen and
XI material te do ftrst-rate work with despatch,
will contract for Tinning routs, eitaer m the city or
aoutry, at tow rates, and and in every case warrant
atistactioa. Gatters, Piping Vaiiey Capping, tc., done
as the best manner. J - iihja ,
hb tt. Oppisite Sewanee House.
THE II o w :
The undersigned having the HOWE SfcWIM. M.
CHINES ta oaaia their tmiiK-s, maa bavuw iujr.t;j.b.
tasted them upon evary variety ul swt, ,u n t Im-s
lata ta prueouncc them the most siuiu:. iik
easily managed, and. emphatically, tie --.V- n.
ttrw." ot tiewmg Machines.
W T Cartwright,
Ceo A Letper, '
H PeuTer, , -A
w 8 Axe,
I C Rogers,
Mrs r J Couch,
M L Newman,
W H Miacbin,'
W u Hough,
H G .caies,
Mrs James Watt,
a K Cambei'.
T M Brennan,
W L B Lawrence,
B W Mcblinney,
Mrs E Plummi-r.
H B Plumme. ,
J W Green,
J H Criddle,
W C Hall,
Mrs. E Randle,
Sr J WHuddiestoa
Miss H S Short, Mrs 3 P Hildreth,
Mrs 8 E Trout, E A Richardson,
Crouch, . Mrs Mary M Beale,
Joel Anderson, Miss Mary I Cra,
r FRANKLIN CUCNTT. .
Gifloa Emory, John Miller,
Mrs Taos, Mrs Williams,
Jonathan Cora, T 9 Patlee,
Mrs Sims, Mrs Gregory,
B B Truman, ' " Guiuord,
Cap O W Davis, dsrka- A W Davis, FayettevUla
HHerbUa, f viUe. Mrs) Htroud, Momsoa
J H Phil brooks, Columbia. E LC Witty, "
A r Pamah, Cumberlaad W A Marshall, Rutherford
CLTisoa, Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs X Wyatt, Mrs M A Girvin!
AaVtockess, Mrs E A Yancey,
IMC Dunn, J W Dunn,
Mrs A Gordoa, - - Mrs C Knowlton.
Job Davis, , Mrs SDanials
Mrs H Davis, J Try on,
ALABAMA. J 8 Kelly
Thee ami vailed MACHINES are sold at the low
price f tao hammers included. They gather an l
aew the bead at the same time, Stitch ra cordV
sritaout fastening, hem, fell, bind, Ac Tbev se
very variety of work, from the LIGHTEST "to tlx
KKAVldT, and are onqoestionably the best Machines
ka tba market for fiunuy use. a Premium was award
4 ta the HUWK MACHINE at the late t-Late Fair
COME BUOS Aeeuta,
aFt2f-tf U CoOeg street, Kaahtula, Teas.
EXCHANGE FOR ta.
Scctn Whisky, Cognac, rrench. Sherry, Peach
good as can be found in the W estern country.
C. II. TYLKK At CO.,
NORTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOC13, MISSOURI.
THE COUNTRY IS SAFE! !
WHEEL SR & WILSON
Tennessee utters her voice in favor of
Wheeler Si Wilson,
WHICH GIVES U3
?E V E. T HEX . STATES,
Enough to save the Ccion, and silence all croakers.
Please mark tne record and tell us is tne veraici
The United States as represented in us Agricuiiurai
society, have declared for
Seventeen Slates, ail that have voted, have declared
All of the Mechanical Associations in the princlpa
cities of the Union have declared for
tthrthr I IHIson.
Ti bet Mechanics the conn try pre Jaces have de
C'aired for WHtiXTJl WlLSO. And more nave
sia-i that no Machine can be invented that snail oe
superior in the objects proposed, or to be obtained in
any such Machine
Jew Style Dlacliine Fifty Tollars!
C. It. PARSOMS, Agent,
26 UNION ST., NASHVTLLE.
oO,000 Copies already sold.
EVERYBODY'S LA IV YE R
COUNSELLOR IS BUSINESS,
BY IRA.Mi CROSBY,
Of the Philadelphia Bar.'
It Telia YOU How to draw up Partnership Papers
and gives general forms lor Agree
menu of ail kinds, Bills of Sale,
Leases and Petitions.
It Tells You How to draw up Bonds and Mortoanes,
A ffidarits, Powers of Attnrney, Xoles
and Bills of Exchange, Receipts and
It Telia Yon The Laws for the Collection of Debts,
with the Statutes nf Limitation, unit
amount and kind of property Ex
empt from Exeeution in every State
Tt TVlls Yon How to make an Assimient proper
ly, with forms for Composition with
Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws el
It Tails Yon The legal relations existing between
Guardian and H-'arti, Master and
Apprentice, and Landlord and Ten
It Tells YOU What constitutes Libel and Slander,
and tne Law as to Marriage Vower.
the Wife's Right in Property, Di
vorce and Ahmonw
It Telia You The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the Naturalisation Laws
' of this country, and bow to comply
with the same.
It Tells You The Law concerning Pensions and how
to obtain ne. and the Pre-Enption
Laws to fuute Lanas.
It Tells You The law for Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtaining one, with In
terferences, Asiiynnentsand TaUe of
It Tells You How to make your W3X and how to
Administer on an Estate, with the
law and the requirements thereof in
It Tells YOU The meaning of Lam Terms m general
use. and explains to you the Letns
hit ice. Executive and Judicial Pow
ers of both the General and Stall
It Tells YOU How to keep out of Law, by showing
how to do your business legally,
thus saving a vast amount or prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, pneiage paid, tc
trfrm farmer, teem Mecnanvc, every Man or Husxness
and Ecerytndti in Erery State, on receipt of (1,00 or in
law style of binding at Sla.
oinnn a vtnAT? canbe madebT
(1VUU A A, JL a-aAA. Ll enterprisng me
everywhere, is selling the above work, as our induce
ments to all sucn are very UDeral.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agen
with ttaer information, apply to or address
J0H3T E. 10TIE3. Publisher,
Ae. 617 Sans St., Philadelphia, Pa
Ciiancerjr Sale of Valuable Iron
FN pursuance of a decree of the Chan-
l cory 0urtat Charlotte, ren lered at the September
lerm 1360, I ill on Monday the lothday of December
n.-xt. exiojee to puonc sa e to tne bubwl bidder, on
tne Tcui3cS a valuable Steam torrx, l"tcclher with all
ihe fixtures thereto belonging, situated in Ilicksun
county. Tenn., an 1 knowu as the HENRY CLAY
FURuE. At the Same t:me 1 will sell about 500 acres
of I an! att icbt-d to the Forge, a nor I ion of which lies
on Cumberland River. Sai-l Lands will be divided and
-iJ ia trai ts ol convenient size.
Tout. Tiie above described property will be sold
without the r.pbt of reiWin;tion: on a credit f 0, 12
1 j and 24 moniLs wita inuresl from date. Bond and
jood security will be rej-iired ani a lien retained on
the land until the purchase mon -y is paU.
A Fiat of the above described Lin is will be shown
.n tne lay ol sIe. H C COLLIER, CAM.
Cliancery Sale of I'iney Fur
nace Land. "
IN Pursuance to a decree of the Chancery Court at
i harlotte, rendered at the September Term, 1860, 1
will on M tndaj the Zl iay f December next, expose tu
;ubiic Sale to the Linesl buder, at the Court Himse
(Of in Charlotte, that valuable property in Dixon
co-mty, T.-nn , known as the PINkY I'KNACE, to
eilier wita ail the machinery and fixtures thereto be
At the same time I will sell about 4000 acres of Land
utached t said Furuuce, a portion ot which tsjood
Farming Land, and lies adj tCent to the N' & N W Rail
road, now in course of construction. Said Lands will
be divided into parcels, and v.-ilt be in lots or as a
whole as m iy b deemed advisable.
TerX-: The above described property will be sold
without the right of redemption, on a credit of fl, 3,
18, 24. 30 and 36 months with interest trom daw Bond
anJ good security will be required, and a lien retained
on the land until the purchase money is paid.
A Plat of the above described Lanils will be shown
on the day ol Sale. 11 C COLLIER, CAM.
TAGS Mixed Oru;
400 Bags While Crn,
600 Sacks O-tts:
2u0 sacks Corn Meal;
60 Bales Uay;
20 Kbls Potatoes;
50 Bbts Onions;
Just received and far sale by
ocl6-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER A CO.
I f HIIDS. New Crop Louisiana Sugar a choice ar
1 U title, to arrive by Steamer B. H. Runyan on Hon
day morning kext, and lor sale low for cash.
MIZELL, HOOPER t CO. ,
novlO-tf Nos 6 A 8 Market Street
COAL! COAL.! COAL.!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
Aiaa) at tha following prices:
Lump Coal. per ton 5 50
Round Coal, " " A 00
Nut Coal, " " r 400
Blacksmith's do. " 3 50
Mr. Jobs B. Laxo will In future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place. -
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
, , General Superintendent R. M. C Co.
h asbville, August ia, 18C0.
Orders can be left in Box No. S4, Post Offios, or
at tue Yard, Lack of the Kashviite and Chattanooea
Railroad Depot. JOUX B. Iasq"
angl7-tf. Agent. -
FALL AND WINTER
TTTK are now receiving and opening a large and se-
V V lected stack of CTATLa AN U AACXj
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Kcirro extra size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, and a large stock of Variety Goods,
Threads of all kinds, and xankee rnotions, etc., sc
' A larsre stock of everr mule of Prints. Bleached and
I . . : nt.:J T n.inlull unH Til Q 1 Tl - ,11
wool Detains and lshmers, Ltiiorea buks, ruaca ssiuus.
Pnnlina. rtebafce. French Merinos. Enelisb ana oerman
Merinos, Printed American DeLaines, Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cas8imers. Sattinetts, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
ciotns;uver voaimgs;a largo skkh w tjuu , o.u
Kmnts. sniri uoiiars. busDenaera. uiuveo.
half Hose of every kind, tc , c
A large and well assorted stock of superfine
READY - 31ADE CLOTHES G.
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, just
ALSO. 650 cases of Shoes. Boots and Bregans, ChiE
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stuck
is unusually large, and will be sold unaer any owij a
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
Velvet and Brussels Carpeting. 3 and 2 ply half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpeting,
which will be sold cheap.
Knives and ForKs,
Saws, Augers. Gimblets. Door Locks. Pad Locks, B lack
ing Ur usees, Bucking, uuns and Gun cape, sc., cneap.
We nnwillinglv acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock cm every description of Goods in the city of
Nashville, ana all we have to say, is tnat we mtena iu
SELL THEM. Our house SHALL be the head quarters
for c7sh and short time prompt buyers only. There is
a Cash and Dromut 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 time buy
ers call and examine our
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sore.
EDWARD TRABTJE & W. U. LUCUS,
No. "3 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
We have in our employ tH following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIELDS. Bookseller and Cashier:
GEO. W. NORVHLL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAMES B. MIUUL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND. do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK. do; last but not least
bv a good deal.
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and par tlieir notes wuen Que.
aui:24-tf TRABUE & LUCCS.
nn b a a T ( . IT r t Q
n a i v as ii w u j m. u ,
Job Lots of Soots and Shoes-
"TE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
I and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
lor casn, or lour montns prompt paper, uui luimoui-
uely as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
stairs. No. 71).
iune28-tf TRABUE & LUCUS
A. B. MO.VTGOMEKT.
J. W. E THWART.
320XTGOMEUY & STEWART.
GROWERS AND DEALERS IN
Fruits, Orii a mental Trees,
Slirubs. IJoses,&c, &c.
XASHFILLE, : : : : : : : TENNESSEE.
Three Miles from the Public Square on the Hills bo ro'
or Broad Street Thumpike.
'HE Proprietors, in offering this edition of their
Catalogue to tbe Public, beg leave to assure mom
that every endeavor is used to render their estaDiisn
meut worthy of confidence and patronage of all per
sons. Their Fruit Trees are well grown, remarkably
thrifty, and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and tbe Southern Mates.
In addition to our large variety of Fruit Trees, we
call particular attention to our stock of Large Ever
greens and Onamental Trees, suitable for immediate
effect. Ours is the only establishment in the Slate
where such can be had.
Naming. Packing, Shipping and Transporting care
fully attended to.
Enough charged for packirg to pay cost of materiaL
All plants delivered in Nat-hville Tree or charge.
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY & STEWART.
E have this day sold our entire Interest In the
V V Book, Stationery and Periodical Business.
No. 6 Inlon street to Mr. John T. llagan and John 1
W. Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under the style of Gre-n A- Co.
v JOHNSON kTREANOR.
On retiring from the book business, we return our
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
us, and take pieasnre in recommending our successors
as young men or experience m tne business, ana wor
thy in every way the confidence or the people.
A, W. JOHNSON. JR.,
OC16-U JOHN O. TKLANOK,
3. LllllSniiX afc CO.
NO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
NO 8 MAGAZINE STREET,
New Orlxax., La.,
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in Hides, Oil, Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather,
Russett and Wax Upper Kip, French and
America:. Calf Mtin, Colored Roans,
Linings, Bindings, Moroccos, Har
ness and Bridle Leather, and . -Shoe
All orders for Hides, or consignments of Leather to
New Orleans, will receive the personal attention of
John LnmsJen, and will be executed with the same
promptitude and eare which have heretofore given such
sat sfactK.n Parlies entrusting their orders to us, ad
dressed as above, may, with confidence, rely on their
instrcotions being carried out with fidelity.
B3- Tbe highest market price paid, in osbr for
Hides. - - oct3i-lm
" Attention Ali!
1TT1 have in store, and for sale cheap, a large as
t V sort meet of S&Tes, which for durability, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled ia the
United States. MIZELL, HOOPER ft CO ,
jan9-tf Nos S and 8 Uarke st
f)rt BARRELS Timothy Seed; ' ' "'"
4J 20 " BlueGrrssdo;
20 " Orchard Grass do;
20 " Herds Grass do
In store and for sae low by
septlT HUGH McCREA A CO-
K t BBLS Fagen'a Epicurean, the best article in tha
eJ U market, for sale by
ocl6-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER CO.
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed, de
livered in all parts of the city at short notice
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
directing to Box 676 P. O.,or leaving orders at the of
fice of the Yard, next to the Gas House, Cherry street
A OrTITTTlTA For the INSTANT RELIEF
XXtO A XXijl AX, and PERMANENT CURE of
his distressing complaint use '
Mad by C B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 NASSAU ST., N
Y. Price f 1 per box; seat free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. ,
xoayft-l&sly ':. j
European Medical Institute!
. : . ; ' (From Paris.)
No. 704 Broadway, above 4th Street,
NEW YORK. - .
THE necessity of giving to the public of the United
Ft&tea. a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Ir. Sanson (lor several years wunii
in this city as the most successful practitioner in that
class of affections) to extend his sojourn in New York
fnr anotner Tear.
He mav therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, "704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
vnr del Ucavali. i?2 dot bottle) against seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or self-abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against inlection, i per doiub.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases.
ona hox sufficient to cure any case. 2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy cures that disagreeaoie ai-
fliction in 2 few davs. 1 2.
Best French Male bales Imported py nimaeii at t-
All nis rrencn anarjpanisn jiemeaies ior aureuuua
of Indies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Physicians
At his Institute there are eignt room provided ior
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
Ho is under the necessity of notifying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
office, at 512 Broadway, and that an lm poster is copy
ing verbally his advertisements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth etreet, and Dearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted in English, German,
Italian. French or Soanish.
Litters should be addressed to box iSdib, r. it, jsew
Cholera, Flux, Djsenterj.
TVTO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
-L in the House. Children are dying daily irom
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
Debility from Heat.
While the Thermometor ranees over 90 in the shade,
the Graefenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 2S CIS.
a package, makes tha best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 25 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 tor tner use.
JUiyiO U UaV,&J.i.ir & .
, No Time to Wait f jr the Doctor !
4 ROUT these times all children will eat greet fruit.
A. At any moment of day or night thoy are liable to
be attacked bv Cholera Morbus; Dyson terry or lliar-
rhm. A'o time then to send for a Doctor. The Graef
enberg Dvseuterv Svtud instantly relieves all such
caaes. No family ought to be without it it in the house.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in tne past lew years, winy ou otius a
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season.
A fresh lot Just received.
mayl5-tf MAlK.t-.MJfc, at jii.M.iii.-.
The Urafhenlers f egctalle Pills,
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
INDIGESTION CONSTIPATION HEAD
ACHE NEEV0USSE ILLI0USNESS
HEAETBTJEH ACIDirY N A US 2A P LAT-
TJLENCE WANT 0 APEflTE DYSPjSP-
SIA LIVEE COilPLAINr GEIP1NGS.
On account of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the Grafhenberg
Pills will be found more pleasant than any other.
jjyl'rice 25 cents per box. On tne receipt oi one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, lree ol postage
to any part of the country. '
Al-&.-- ai t c Jii.Nv-ni-,
sept22-tT No. 14 College street.
One cf the most popular and btnevolent
ON DEADER! CK STREET,
THE Doctor himself is an old Parctitioner, from the
old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably surniountep
all the trials of the new world, and battled and cou-
nuored death of the whole range of diseases of our tiif-
I ? ... . - . . .. .i..- . i. r. ... . ,,f
lerent Climates, kouui auu -oi m, so mat hue tame n
his success in tne treatment oi general auu pruaie
diseases is indisputable for which he has the most re
Snw.ial attention paid to diseases of females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in general,
by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to illus
trate his skill, tie is conversant wiui me American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, cousci-
entousness and discretion.
Persons at a distance mav have his advice and med
icines by consulting him tlirougn letters, inciosmg
fee, to Po6t -office Box No. 336.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
Wliieli lias of late attended the use cl
TNDUCES us to call the attention of aH those afllicted
X with Piles to it It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial elSects It is the only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and speedy core. If
you are afflicted try it at once, and be careiul to use no
other medicine in connection with it. It is compounded
under the supervision of L. N. b EET who will return
the money if no cure proceeds from its use.
3- For sale at Uemovule s ana jjegrove s, ana oy
other Druggists juuel6-tf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ItOSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL D2TJGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
WE are prepared to execue orders for Drug,
and itledielnea and all articles penain
in to the Druir business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market Drice.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article ol as good quality as represented
and in no instance will auy thing be put up that is of
adoubtfulor sophisticated character.
It is oar intention to maintain tbe- repntation w
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines. and we. therefore, invite you to examine
our stock before buying eiscwuere, oeiieving wecan
ihnw ton inducements seldom offered In thi- or any
other Southern city . In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stork of Penumery,
Soaps and Toilet articles, none uean, uns-jeu uu,
Turpentine vvawnw, iqnr'Ma nmraior mem
Life Pills and iireiix Hitters.
THESE Medicines have now been before the publio
for a period of THIRTY YEAR-:, and during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
,,-prr nart of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
rui nuflerine under nearly every kind of disease to
i hi-h the human frame is liable.
The following are among the distressing variety of
human diseases in which the
Vesetable laife Medicines
aria known to be infallible:
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly c leasing the first and
second stouii-cns, and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind : V LAIU-
LEITCYi Lohs or Ajtbtttc, Hkabtbckx, Huadmmu,
Kcsuessuess. Ill-Temper, Anxiety. Langour and Melan
cboly, which are the general symtoms of Dyspepsia,
will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
X C JaTTVEKISS, by cleaning the whole length of
tiie intestines Willi a wircuh piuueBS, iuu wuuvui
violence ; all violent purges leave the bowels costive
within two days.
sTUYEBS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of ail intesti
nal obstructions in others.
The Life Medicines have been known to cure BHTJ'
MATI'M permanently in three weeks, and GOUT u
hau tnat time, by removing local inllamation iroiu the
muscles and ligaments of the joints.
Ii&UPSLLS of all kinds, by treeing and strength-
eniut! the kioaieys and bladder; they operate most de
lightluliy on these important organs, and hence have
ever been found a certain remedy lor the worst cases
Also WOlt&S, oy dislodging from the turnings of
tne uoweis tne aiimy auwr mj wuicu lunw creatures
SO TJ h. VT. TLCEES AISVETEaATE SORES.
by the penect purity which these Lite Muuicinea have
to tbe blood, and all tha humors.
stjOtLBCTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions
by their alterative eilect upon the fluids that feed tha
skin, and the mordid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other dis
The use of these Pills for a very short time will ef
fect an entire cure of SALT &HET7 A, and a striking
impprovement in the clearness ot the skin. COM
MON COlDS and LNf LUEZA will always be
cured by one dose, or two tu the worst.
PJJJES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 36 years standing by tbe use of
the Lite Medicines alonej
FEVER Aft S AGUE. For this scourge of the
Western country, theaM Medicines will be found safe,
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicines leave
the s stem subject to a return of the disease a cure
by these Medicines Is permanent Try them, be satis
fied and be cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS AN- LIVER C0K
PLaI.TS. General Debility, Loss of Appetite, and
Diseases ol Females the Medicines have been used
with the most beneficial results in cases of this de
scription 5 King's Evil and Scrofula, is its worst
forms, yields to the mild, yet powerful act on of these
remarkable Medicines. N ight Sweats, Nervous Debili
ty, Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the
Heart. Painters' Colic are speedily cured. - -
MERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose son
BtituiKius have oecome impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, will find these Medicines a perfect
cure, as they never fail to eradicate from the system
all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the
most powerful preparations of Sarsa par ilia.
W B MOFFAT,
Broadway. New York.
FOR SJLJS BT ALL DJtCGGISlS
I am offering great inducements to parties wishing to
C031MON MEDIUM .
- -.' - OR
Fine Virginia Tobacco
By the quantity.
Call and examine at 44 Union street.
J. W. LANGLEY.
AU tha Text Books asej ia the old and new schools.
For sale by . . JuHN YORK At CO .
B0V3-tt 8 Voioa Street.
a. BBOWX, a. J. HOOFEB. O. IQZXtx.
AND DEALERS IN
F0SE1G AND TC3IESTIC LIQUORS, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SNUFF, &e.,
Son. 6 and 8 JIarket street, .
Whiskey, Brandies, Wiaes, etc.
"T7T; have in store and for sale cheap to the trade
125 bbls. Jo. Newsomr8 celebrated Whisky.
65 bbls. Old Bourbon W hisky. ,
75 bbls. Old Rye a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rye warranted pure.
65 -bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 half barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Bran Jy. "
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holland Gin.
76 bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine. . . " -
With Cognac, Catawba Br.indv, &c.
Jan9-tf MIZELL, HOOPER & CO.
t,oai Oil! i.oal till!',
j. it. fialTay & CO.'S
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
Manufactured in St. Louis, Mo.
THIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the purest
Snrinir Water deorderized does cot crust the
wick or smoke the chimney the 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 recomun-nd
it to general use. We have received a supply of this
superior Oil, which we are offering to the trade by the
barrel only at manuiactnrers price.
aprll-tf Nos. 6 and 8 Market St.
E are in receipt of a Miipment- of tne cnes
Cefleeever received in Nashvine, which we ar
offering to the trade at a low 61 ra.
Aug9-tf. iu.r.i.i., in hjitjv w.
Hungaiian GraES Seed.
TTI'.ST received, and for sale at a low figure 600 ousu
J els superior Hungarian GracS Seed. This seed his
been selected with great care, and was raised in the
Northern portion of Missouri is free from dirt and all
apr.l-tl B u jii.txx., nuui ui s -r.
.JOU-t H. aXDSKSOS.
IIIITUCil. AXDEIISON & 10..
No. 0 College street,
irff BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oa 13, last received
1U UU and for sale by
mar22-tf CULKCIi. AUhJu.N a: t-w.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
tttf have on hand a larse quantity ol tne oeat
Hungarian Grass Seed which we are selling low
mar29-tf CHURCH, ANDiJtaUN 4:
'TTTE have just received a large lot oi t ana are
1 T otloruig it at lae lowest ugure.
mar29-tf cuLKCil, a.mik5U- e m.
W liKy! AVUisliy! WliisUy!
CTrEhavein store a large quactity of the best cf
V V all kinds ol the Durusi liliv . AU ye lovers
of the essence of coin give us a passing call.
marzir n wj-ijv-'
Auctioi and f inxisMoa tara
TO SOCTHEPtX MEKCllAXTS AND DEALERS
rpiIE subscribers have opened a hirge and exumsive
I hniiw li.r i u transaction oi a fcirici:y .uji.uk
KlOV HITSfNESS AND GENEH.L AGENCV, with
rangements lor the coasuml reception ol a.l kinds oi
ihmIs. Wares. Merchandize and ai;uiUctur. in mu
rnrutiiq ilmtartmonls ol iraue.
it. is witli cimiliieiicc and uletisure that we call tLe
nit.-nilon of ihosij visitiiiiT Nashville to our varied nn
constantly clianginj: stock, as the larger portion of our
consignments are irom iiiunulai'tuics, hands, or
those urced to sell to raise iuhus. ivifp iu v it. v mv:
money is made in tne purcnase. uiuns uiuumi; ci.
tended to when accompanied by the rash.
KL.NJ. r . MJitXii'a
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St.,
febS-tr Nashville, Tenn.
A . V A te C & ,
Direct through the Custom-house of Nashville.
AND DEALERS IN
Wines. Brandies, &c
From France. Suaiu. Portugal, Germany and Italy
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
V e v ui i c i 1 i , c . , Si
No. 30 JVortli Marliet street,
(Next door above the Watson House.)
KjjASHVI LLE, TENNESSEE
E have established a house in
this citv for the
purpose of vending
fine WINES, BilANDIES.
CIGARS. Ac. Ar.. and keep constantly on hand sever
al qualities of Wines and Brandies, which have never
before been imported into this State.
We import our Goods direct, (one of our firm being
in Eurone much of his time.) and PAY THE CLSToil
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN AETIL'IJS
HF.RE in the citv. which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHN M. SEGEIST,
Ala Li KINDS OF
GRAIN AND PRODUCE
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Atig21-6ia
ill. C. 1SUUCH,
Auction & f cmmisrfjn Merchant
Corner Cedar and Cherry st?.,
Nashville, Tenn ,
T ESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Merchan
LV disc of all classes. Salisiactiuu given to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as piaibie. Consign,
of goods to this market will cnJ my auction soonis well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold witnout delay and
the money paid over forthwith.
N. B. No goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable ana UDeral auvanevs matie on con
HISTORY OF A LAW-SI
In llic Circuit Omvi o
THE BASIS THE CODI
Abraham Cam t tier,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashvilie by
JOHN YORK & CO.,
JtinelfMf No. Si l"in s;r.t
fiCl'SE. SICX AM) eii.NAMOTAL PAHTEH
JVo. 75 Aorilt .TIarket street,
Opposite Myers, Hunt & Co.'s Carriage Shop
All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch. s-plll-tf
jonx scorr. cusgaji soott. a-iLUAH c. twiT
SCO IT &. BROTHERS,
Co mission Mercliaut-s.
NO. 9 LOCUST STREET,
frt. IaO is, Mo.
WE would invite the attention of friends to the
fact that there has never been any change in the
style of our firm, and that there is no probability of
being any ocl2-3in
A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a fine Brett Carriage, second haad ;
One Phaeton Carriage, new;Oue suerb Barouche,
second hand; Ouo large Family Carriage, secoud hand ;
Fine second baud Piano, good make. All of which
will be sold very cheap, to elnse, bv
- BEXJ. F. siUH.D3 k CO..
eept20-tf Central Auction Rooms, 7 College st.
I have this day, associated with me in the Book
business, MR. J. B. RUTLAND and lilL JXO. EAST
MAN. , . , . Nashville, Sept 1, 1S60.
r. Haoajf , ' i, a. KrrtjiXD,
F. W AGA?
BOOK SELLERS A5D
DR. F. A. KAUEFNER,
Physician "ana faurxcn,
No. 23 (up stairs) Cedar st. , Nashville, Tenn.
Office hoars until 0 A. if. , between 1 and 3 P. XT, and
between T and 6 P. 11.
References Drs. Hering k Lipple, PhiladolpUla, Pa ,
and Drs. Caspar! tt Koebier, Louisyjile, Ky.
rfHE Copnrtnership heretofore existing under the
1 style cf rdurus, Gilkeson r Co., is this day
a i sol veil by mical consent. J. K. G-leson retir
ing from the firm. .
July 15, I860. " JO. EDWAKrS,
J. K. GILKrJ?ON,
2 ' E, P. hDA ARCS.
JO. EDWaKDa. -' W. B. HaERIS." S. T. EDWaBOS.
EDWAUBS, HARRIS & CO.,
(SCOCESSOES TO EDWARDS, GILKKRSOX & CO.)
WILL CONTINUE THE ,
FOriWAEL'ING AND COUHISilON CUSIXESS
At the old stand, corner nf CuRege and Church fts.
" y.A.JOUiSON &. CO.,
O f rp rrt f I SJ T7! A fT5 QO. 1
UU i J. J X'-i XXKJ J JLii tJ, I
AXD ' I
.CAR0NI.ELE1 STIIEET 27
R. V. SHVlX.
K. KIRK PATRICK
KIRKPATK1UK &. CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Xo. 7 S.Vrt'HEZ STKliET,
(Eetviecn Magazine and Camp,)
NEW OIILEANS, I. A.
R. F. SEVQiS.
KERKPATRICK 6c CO.,
CB3I3USSICN k rO&WAKDl.G MLKCllAMS,
NO. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp.)
New Orleans, l-a.
SOLE PROrRIETORS OF .
CLARK & FUIaL.ER-5
To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all tiie Standard FatentSTedieines
Ladies' Oil f oilet Cream. Cocoanut
21 College Street, Cprcsilt hvrnift Konsc.
rioiii: m:gi;os i a case
- ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE
Amoci which mav bj found every SiLAX'E of tne
A veiy large assortment of
to who'esale, at 14 Union street.
T f& A V
7'J PLEA3E EVERY CCD j
fANGING from thirteen cents t one
A k. pouud, purchased with a vitw to
And will be sold with the same
'hUoous moiifter," in
Also, a much larger stock of
Cigars, Snufi, Pipes, &.C.,
Tuan cim bo slmwu b3- any othur house in the State.
Ail of wliich will be lower taau can be bought ei
wberc in the citv.
ar--Cj-tf 44 Cuion street
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
7 CARONDELET STREET, 27
New trlfas, I-a.
Tiie Largest Stock cf
Ever Shippetl to IS'asJiviile.
LS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
every possible grade, at much lower figures tL.m for
ten years past.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, are invited to
STOCK AND PRICES.
As I promise tliein bargains such as tbev have not bud
lor TEN YEARS. J. W. LANGLEY,
july23-tf No. 44 Union street.
7E have upwards of 200 Heating stovr3 fijr Coal
it or Wood, of all styles and Sizes.
r All LOR STOVES,
GAS AND SMOKE DURN ING STOVES,
SEVEN AND 1 EN PLATE STOVES
All of which we will sell at cost (with freight added)
for ca?h ' ilAfa.tNZjE x 111N lil.,
S!?pi--tf No 6 C Urge Mreet.
ikius and linibrt'las'.
A FINE k received to-day, and a variety cf Combs,
HrusiieH, Porte Monica, furseS, iraveiiug Dan's,
Pressing Cases, Ac., ail selling at low rau.s.
sr.- J. 11. MclJILL
Gro'ond Feed for Stock.
V N addiliinal
supply jubt r?ceived and for sale
liLNJ. F. Siiii-Ll i: CO.,
27 College snect.
'lllilfM&i'S I IU
TTTEhaveon band severa dozen ijuaris
Vt and Hull Uaiious ol those us truit Jais.
r J E have on band severa
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented lor
the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries !
Tempest's Jais preserve ilasberriiS 1
Tempest's Jars preserve U.a .lien its I
Tempest's J;us preserve Tie l iaul !
Tempest's Jars preserve I'eucaes !
T.-m(.st's Jars preserve l'lums 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Chances I
Tempest's Jai s presei ve Cherries !
TemiiSt's Jais preserve 'luinoloca I
We havo a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of ail s.z.'S.
ALSO. Ludiow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes which
we are oflliring at cost price, as we feel assured tnat
must supercede ail others.
MACKENZIE i MINCKIN.
Ecs eace; Cor. Cd ege and 'Watkins' Avcnua
' rOBUKKlT U-NE STRlBr
OFFICE NO. 63 .'4'-TH CUERRY STREET.
jac27-tf ... - '
Selected Lump CoaL
rllE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at the Aim VarJ, where it Is sold at the low
prica of 21 cents per busiiel. Drop your orders in box
No. 64 P. O., and they wul be pioinpuy attended to
fcb3-tf Yard back of N- A C. K. K. De pot.
Of American Portraiture. ;
Corner of TJnioa aad C.lioe Etree s.
""HIrf establishmeat, tiie most extensive in tliuaouth
J west, stiU continues to be the resui t oi tue lasbiuu
and beauty of our couttry . which fuliy endoi'Ses tin;
s.-ntiiuenu of thousands, that it is the great till 0
IULM lor , ' --
At this bouse all pictures are w art anted tj yieusj or
no churga Will be made.
We would espccialiy invite the community and cur
frieii'.is in general to visit our great ltill uf Purtraituie,
where pictures of the most Celebrated fclai-esmea and
Divines can bo seen, viz: li.s IjiCeliency lro'ideni
Buchanan, the Vice Pnsid-Kt, Il.s l-xceileocy Gov.
Johnson. Hun. Cave JohijSou, A. V. Drow n, J. jl. He
Ewin, Eph. 1L Foster, and a :bo:is.oid t-tliers of ce:e
brietv Dishopa Pierce, Karnaugh, Lariy, Payne,
Basoliu, Soule, Andrews, at.d Kev. lr. Egai', to:., Sc.
Coyii-s of the aboVti can had at a low price at any
time: . n;rl2-tf.
LYLES & HITCHINGS,
Ko. 33. Cedir street.
TTJILL at al! timos buy Negroes suils!
V V Orleans tuari;ut. All persons hav
(able for tha New
ina Nezi oes to
sell will please give us a cad.
LYIJ3 i UITtinNGS.
ALARiJE stocfe of D13SECTIXG INSTRCMENTS
matuiactured by Titman, of New York, just re
ceived and lor saie by . . KALNb, UUuWN tu.
Dickiii's Sew Uook,
SHORT T0RIE3,;Bt recelTeo Jiad Tor sale by
. uneU-tf . JoiiNYOrfK & go,.
Sashrille and Chattanooga R.R
Chansre of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER
Sunday. A'oTtmber 11th, 1SGO.
Passenger Trains wul run as fciows:
" C0ING EAST.
Leave Nashville at S.50 a. . and Sr..
Arrive at Chattanooga 1:20 r. a. and 1:45 a. n.
COMING WEST. ,
Leave Chattanooga at 7.30 a. a. and 7 30 r. .
Arrive at NashvUie at bJSd r. st. and Si. I.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
A New York. rUulelphia. Baitiuiore, Washington
Citv, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, KnoxviUe,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
leans, kc. -
Ikith Trains connect at Stevenson with Trams on
Memphis and Cbaricslon Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East lonnsssee and Georgia and West
n ami Atlantic Railroads.
Throurh TickeU uiay be had at any uour on applica
tion t- Ticket A;i-nt, at office at Depot, to the following
places iiud at tne loiluwmg prices, viz :
Nashville to New York. via. Charlesum, S. C.
E. T. s la- route,
But tmore, "
Petersbuig, . '
Holly springs, Xiss.,
E. W. COLE. SuperinteadenU
Notice to Shippers.
X. protection ot tbe Track, an 1 l4 keep out of the wav
oi gravel and other traius, that Irei hi trains be run al
i-fKUlar uniuu m rate ol sy-et, whieh can ou:y be ac
ciiin;i.ihea by running ou schi uuie lime; therefore, iu
uer tnat the ireiJi.t traies tu.iv be run on Uie lime
laid down iu the schedule, it is ordered that alter flin
ty days' irom tins date, freight will be received by the
Nil.l llle ani LUallauooga liailroad Comiany at sched
uie stattons only.
Hates on LMouv IletUited.
Hli N:e?h villa and Chattanootra Railroad will receive
at N:isuviiie, Wartrac. Sueibyvule and Stations
on N. C- l- It. "oetWei n Nasuviile and Wartract, and
ive through receipts lor Flour by Car load U Charles
ton or Savaunah, at Uk j Imilar per barri-1 tojo.'ga.
E. W. COli
Ecprt of Ti aruri laiiuu N. & C. R. R.
Expiess to Olarksville.
I'll'' SotUern Expiets Ccmpany respectlully an
nounce that tliy are new rauuiu: HBaEENuiuu-
larouli to Ciajksviue, via. i A; E. una M. C. & L. Rail
ca- E, iaiJ ail prepareu to ioi ward to that place aud ill
Ui venule points wilu pixuiptn. as and aispatclt ad
9'uou6 usua.jy SM by ex.jrets. Tuey whl Mo loi wai d
le ail places on sta'e routes. c-innuctirg with the above
luiiiiuous. bn.s, notes, diaiis, etc., collected and
prompt retui u m-ie.
Uice No. 19 Pub.ic S'-iare.
leul7-'-f A. K.- UuLT, Sup-rir-tindenU
JiiSiii"!- iSiaitcEi Kilrit(S.
CmCE NaSH. & Chat. Ratlroad Co.
October 3, 1869. j
"J Y order of tbe Board of Directors are mavis ou the
i 1 st.jck ol tae Coiuoai-y subscribed ior building a
a brani ii roai Ir-ra Bri-.geport to Jiisper, payable to the
Treasurer oi ti.is (onipaLy as follows :
Oue dollar ou cacii siiaie oa tne lat of November t ol
1S59, aud two iloliurs on each siuu'o ou the 1st cay ol
December. lo53, J.uuaiy, Febiiiaiy, Maich, Aprii
Mv. Jane, j'i'v. Aj;'L.st, feeuteuiber, October
anu November, lbdil.
Puymeut cay bs ma-le to Jackson Pryor, at Jas
per, or t'J the Ireasuoi ut La '.face in Ndshvihe.
Promptness in meeting these calls is requested Ol
subscribers of stic, as the construction ol the road
ieiiends exclusively on tue m.-.ms provided specifically
for lual Durpose.
oct4-ii' W. A. GLCVTrS, Ticasurer.
rUZ Nushville and Clnittano;
a Railroad Company,
iu connection with the P.i:i.:3 below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and havan
naii to N.isliv:lle. ut slower sjieed, but with the same
certainly as their passenger Trails. No delay to freights
by this route'. E. W. CULE,
ClrurJcstoii ami Savannah
F I , : Vn 11 'fi? Is l.Si S
Hnsrs HcdiiCCiI am! Spcrd liifrrasni.
EXl'RTSS Fr'Mght Trains on al! the roads. On and
alter tbe 24 iu ol Leccinbcr, 1S69, through rales
lrora New Vork to Nafuvu.e:
First C1-S3. per 100 loun.IS.
S-ouJCUiS, " " .
Tliird (iiiss, " " .
Fourth Class, " "
. . 1 S3
.. 1 16
.. 2 25
Hats. Cais an 1 Bonnets...
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a hall aiiJ four days.
Time fi om NewYoik and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, us no freight trains ar run on Sunday over three
No detentions by ice or saow. Overcharges and
damages (-xeejt damages occurring at sea) promptly
vliustcd by the Nashville and Chfittjnoopa Railroad on
Ueiiverv. C. W. ANDEIWON.
Frtiglit to ,cw
CHARLESTON AND SA VANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not more than 600 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel I
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton com pressed at the option and exiicnse of stea
mers w tu n compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at to 2-1C less than cotton not
Through receipt? issued by the Freight Agent of the
Xashviiiii and Cliattau'jcza Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agent.
Ci.NG O ' JUNE 11th
3IIami and Coliicilus and
From CISUSSATI to
Riiston ia 32J hairs.
Philadelphia iu S6 hcura.
Saratoga Springs In 25 hrs
Ball.uo in 15 hours.
Cleveland iu 8 hours.
Whoeland iu 9ii hours.
Crefctiine in 6 bojrs.
New York in SOU hours.
Baltimore in 24 i Louis.
Albany ill 25 hours,
imnknk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg m V2?i hours.
teubensvnl in 10 hours
7-aLii sviiic in 6 houia.
Sanuusky in 10 tours,
Toieda ia 9i hours.
D..-troit in 12 hours.
Thrccili Trains 1 ctc tiLCircati as fo'!ors:
7:30 A. .i. UXPKES From Uttle Miama
Depot, and from Cuicmuati, iiami.tou it iiayum lxioi,
couuecta via. Columbus, Cleveland lmuiuifcand IluOaio;
via. Columbus, Crestline and i'lttebui g; via. Columbus,
lcub u-sviue and I'lltsbwig; via. UMUUibua, Doiliar
and I ittsburg; via Columbus, UeiUir and llenood.
7tlO A. .11. Ex 111 12- From Cincinnati,
flauu.um and l'eiroil Depot, aiso ccunecU via- Luna,
loleuo. DkU-oit and CunmUij. via. lMytwa, Clyde aud
lO . yt. I-;X'K From Little Miami
Depot, couuects via- Coiuuibus, Beiiair and ilouwood;
cut. Columbus, Iseinar and iriit.-burg; via. Columbus,
Crx-stnue and l-Hisbuig; via. Coluuibat, Clevciaud,
iHinku k iuiu liuUaio.
C V EX S5ii-S From Cincinnati, Ilamll
tou and luyton tk-pol, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Cana,ia; vti. Daylou, Clyde and b-indusky.
t0(!eruMicpii:S t arn . ralu,
j j j ., jz.t HhZ From Little Miami
Depot, connects via.' Coioiab jsteabrusvuic and l itis
burg; via. Columbus, Beliiar mi Pittoburg; via. Co
lumiua, miliar and Det.wo.; via Columbus, CresUiue
aud l itubuig; via. Coiuuibus, Cleveland, Duutarlt and
uoaerr..SleeFtus r on fltla Train.
Pa3en'-er8 for Lao iotars. leaying Cincin
nati at T.Z0 A. SI . k-ivo 5 h-ars in Cleveland,
leaving at 10 A. niiks direct c janecticna.
The G I'. V. f.X; res, Sjl ud ., vnl$ alt cott
TUdiuitt as anwrlv fd. niffi for Deirtnl
und points in Cn-udd.
Ttie NiS!:t Express runs I "ally, ia'.urdays excepted.
All other Xraiua run Dui.y, Suluraays excepted.
Trains run bv CCLtMELS TIME, which is 7 Miuutt
latter tuaa CiNCLNNAil TULC
Baggase Caecta-ed Through to
all Katern Cities.
O" Passengers should b;ar in mind that tbe "CTN
CLNNATV' is tne OLD and FAVoiU'lE RuLlE. Con
nections are Diode promptly, the Rads are thoroughly
11AJJJUTED, and ail mooern improvements adopted
iusuiing ii'tito, coiitutr ami S.VH.TY.
i THROUGH TK li KTS
Are sola at aU tiie P1UNC1PLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFIlOfcSm tt WtST and boLXU, Ajk for Tickets
P. W. hTKADEZt, General Ticket Agent, CiatL
. JnneC0-tf v
ArSPEWOR article just rnoivsd ptr Railroa
for sale by the barrel only by
ocai . a.N'j.F4SUlELS
r-veut National Woute.
To Baltimor Pliilatieipiiia,
SEW TORE AXD BOSTON,
AND ONLT ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AXD OfflO
R AILK O a.33 S
rpERMINATE at Baltimore and Washington City om
I ti and Cuhimbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from all
The West, Soatliwm and sortn west.
psspctrprs bv this route can visit tbe cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Bosun at tha cost
of a ticket to new iora or maun aiuus vj uwtx
Through tickets can be procured via Washingtos
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of two
Sleeping cars attached to all night trams.
TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
Business m n or Travelers, Ior pleasure or imonca
tkm, can visit all the eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it is nuequalled m tbe
world. Iu system of Day and Night track Police; its
splendid equipment its exclusive Telegraph Lines; its
large amount or double trace; its nne Hotels (under
the surveillance of the Company) ensures to the pas
Sl'EkD. SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through Tickets and baggage checks can be obtained
t ali the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices BkW
the Wast. l
A.-k lor Tickets via. Baltimore aad Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
I- 1L CeLE, General Ticket Agent.
E. F. FC1A.ER, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, CO.R.K.
EMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN 1856.
W. Ca Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA
tt V KlsiAt EH ai .
Policy PI -tn Lottery H
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, aud pay any amount for a ticket they may
Extra Claas 2, Draw 0ct"3, 1660. i
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted:
o'clock. P. M. J
3" In this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed hi"
the Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twutve of these
Numbers are drawn from the WheeL If a person se
lects one Number out ul the 75, and that Number is
among the Numbers drawn, he gets live times the
amount invested. Il two selected numb ers are drawn,
he eels thirty for oue ; if three selected Numbers
are drawn, he gets two hundred for one ; if four se
lected Numbers are drawn, be gels a thousand for
one ; If five selected Numbers are drawn, fire thousand
lor one ; if six selected -Numbers are drawn ; Olteea
thousand to one. kekeuber, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and ail those Numbers so selected
are not drawn among the Twelve Drawn Numbers, tbe
T.cket is a Bank.
Our Havana Flan Lotteries.
Dkaw F ck (4) Times a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever offered.
For particular, address,
w. c. l)A SON CO., Managers,
oct SI. Macon, and Savannah, Ga.
$3,000,000 in Gold!
i'ike'sPcak and the Golden Cily !
! ew illexico, .
t alifornia and
WILL please take notice that
tbv first class passenger steamers
C. E. IIILLMAN, ConBrrT, Master,
Leaves here every TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock, connrctlrg
at Cairo with Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Iuis with all tbe Railroad and Steamboat lanes to ail
- -tTTV AXD 00 TerT SATURDAY, the
-fepjrrL famous and fleet packet
B. M. KUNYAN, Miller, Master,
Leaves this port, connecting as above.
This Route for all persous going West is lbs cheapest
and most expeditious. For Freight or Passage apply
on board or to A. HAMILTON, Agent.
Eugffitld & Kentucky Railroad.
fea ra-:r rt t:Qul
iVasIirille to ClarksTille, Hop
ktitsTille, UussellTille, &c
CHANGE OF TIME,
Trains run daily, Sundays excopted, commencing
MONDAY, November 19ib,lS60.
Leave Nashville at C :45 a aad 1:15 r. at.
Leave State Line tl7i.lL, and t JSO r. a.
Arrive at Nashville 104 A. x. and T0 r. a.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Tail .
Statu, near j-tata line, with Slaughter & Co. 's dan
line ol lour horse coaches lor Uopkinsviile, Ky., via
Trenton, fembruke. Ax.
From Ilopkinsrille stages leave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah, Smithlafid, Eddy viile and llendersno.
The Evening tram from Nashville makes cloae eoo
neclion at Siate Line with train of Memphis Branch
ilaiiroad to Ruceilvuie, Bowling Green, kc
Fare from Nashville to Henderson 4 50.
nov20-lf - CJiiaf Engaiuer, EaE.HR.
1860. EEGULAB 186L
Yabvilh' and CiuehraU Packet,
THE FINE S ITA.ULR
TOM. EFXCr, (Spun, JOHN T. EOFEI sS, Clerk.
LEE rt.mer CLIPPER baa enter eo, as arcrular
packet, between this city and all icterm. djite
ports and Cincinnati, and m ilt continue during !. sa
tire season. Having sjpertor accommodaimes for
Passengers, she tilers every inducement for the safe
and speedy euovevanceot th trsrmg pubUc. Tbe
almost atuntioa wul oe paid to the tatwwtot all thip
prs. H.1L HARRISON, Agent,
tNAMiVILLE & IVLW 0ULE1NS
The good aad reliable Steaiasrs
EED R0VEK, Stttoso, Mas! or,
JAMES WOUCS, BoTP, Ma ter.
JAMSS J0IISS0N,. Joaxsox, Master.
U ILL mate regular tri in the Nashville aad New
Orleans Trade throughout the Seasoa. These
toitt are in due urder, aud caur saprkr tndueetnents
la tue traveling and sutppiiig pub.K. For F i-hl or