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LA.D WANTED I ii
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EUn3CMY?f RYE Hf
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I MP O R T E R S,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS DC
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Cigars, Tobacco, &.c,
Old-Boorbra, Oil Bwe, Mcmonalila. Irish and
4?PlA ?aJ;Tf,.t' Mrs",ia'.
Bwwauuauxiom,jiuoii!r migrilJiOl AiiqUOrS lAAC Ca-L.be
io and in the Western COiintry.
HORSES, STOCK, PEODCCE, ic., TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR ANY OF CU GOODS, or we will exchange for
WU4 or Improve Lands, ai Ch Prices, where the titles are perfect. O it terms will be to sell the owner
f a piece of land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Ax., or such an assortment as he may select, at our lowest
Cash Prices, and take our pay in one-third cash, and two-thirds in Land.
Parties exchanging Lands for Liquors, Ac, can hare
mm uro uau t. &m u uijss or
wii. w "i wo u ecu ww
w " g (.uimukt ui dwca, w KMfMi aa can oe iouaa in me w estern country .
C. II. TYLr It N. J.,
sept 10-ly NO. 23 NORTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOCI3, 1U3SOURL
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
Fretilin; n College and Tlarket ala.,
bobUi of Ilroad,
, Ifaslwllle, Teuncsssee.
ADO bales peine Timothy Just received and for Kale
tow by M APARRlaH A CO.
100 bales prime fctocal I lata, ust received and for
tie by MA PAP.RI.-H a CO. .
100 bags Crushed Corn Just received and for sale by
M A FARP.I H a CO.
WHITE AND BLACK OAT3-
1000 buahei White Oats;
at received and tor sale by MA PARKT3H ft CO.
NESHANN CK POTATOES.
300 barrels Northern Potatoes, lust received and for
is by II A PARElaH at CO.
100 bags Wheat Bran, Just received and for sale by
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;
1000 44 Ear "
Jiau received and for sale by il A FARRISH A CO.
360 bags fine Corn Meal;
100 " Bolted "
Jnat received and for saie by MAPAEEIHiCO
SEED 'i E.
100 bags Not Bye, lust received and for sale cheap
by MA PARRISH ft CO.
Most of the above articles are on consignment, as
well a many others not m-ntioned in the above list,
all of which will be soiJ cheap ui orde- to cke con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wisbmg
goods in our line would do well t call and examine our
stock befoi. purchasing elsewhere.
oct3-tf U A PARRISH 4 CO
Jn&t r rrivrd by 51. A Tmhh & Co.
I , BAGS Crushed Corn;
100 burs Family M.-ai:
3M bs White Mail Corn.
CM?iDSin UTi-RA Y IUSEAU,
480 Broidway, Hsw York City.
lectu h r ?, s -n ciu s, "
tPdi ical or oHunriie.')
PAMPHLETS, Sati.:s, SermDs, chooI Orations.
CompuKiUous, r3 tys, po-rns or Lturs, revised,
corrected or written by g.-ntiL-mc;n of
FlB3rCLSd LITEIlAfiY A-'ILITY,
And Authors of ackn.wlsugl Tait LI
NO V ELS anl .c-':riits.
Of all kinds revised, corrected and prepared for the
In trench, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek, &c
Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for reply.
jKsT'AII communications held slrlcliy conn-louliaL
Stcrf! Sioies!! Ictjs!!!
J HATE in store and now receivine the be&t seiected
X assortment of -OOKIG an J HEATING r-TOVES,
FUBN ACES, GRATES, Ac, ever . ffcred in this mar
ket, and will sell as low as articles of the same Kind
ean be bought in LouieviLe or Cincinnati: say in part
4 sizes fluted Common stoves tor Coal;
4 do straight, do do
5 do large Globe Coal Stove;
8 do Open Franklin oul Stoves;
J do do do Wood do
Q UU MUUAev WM .'WHO,
do fluted Box r-toves for Wood;
7 and 10 Plated Wood Moves ;
2 sizes Kansas Parlor Stoves lor Wood;
S do Challenge Heaters lor Coal;
t do large extra hurch toves;
4 do PtKenix toal Stove;
2 do Iron icg and Wash-bouse Stores;
Common Jamb and Mantie Grates;
Marbleized Iron Mantles an i Grau-s, complete;
Wrought and Cast iron Cooking Stoves for Wood
and Coal, of best make. J. W. WILSON',
octlS 17, Coilegest.
J7JST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
225 dox. WiUoughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " " " " 2 quarts
4a " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Also, on band 200 doz. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
auarts, lor sealing op, all warranted.
Also, 12 bbla. best Clear Coal Oil, at lowest price by
barrel. J. W. WILSON",
epU-tf 17 College St.
WATER COOLERS, &.C.
J VET received direct from the manufacturers and for
sale at lower prices than ever before sold m this
23 plain Water Coolers,
26 Porcelian lined do.
10 McDonald's Refrigerators.
Schooley's Patent do.
M Masser?s 3 minute Freezers.
2 Sean-tore's PaL Freezsrs.
1 also make plain Ice Cream Freezers to order of any
0 Dos. Mason's Pat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2
SO doz, Plain Fruit Cans for sealing.
40 doz. 1 quart Glass Fruit Jars.
Ice Picks and Hatchets.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers
10 dox. Pat. Egg Whips.
10 dux. Plated Dipper.
J. W. WTLSO-V,
spril 17 17 College street.
HAVLVG every facility In the way of workman and
material ta do nrst-rate work with despatch, 1
will contract for Tinning roots, either in the city or
country, at tow rates, and and in every case wairant
SatmiactKia. Gutter, Fiping Valley Capping, Ac.,ione
tat the best manner. J- W. WILSON',
- fba-X Oppisite Sewanee House.
T II E II o v i:
The undersigned having the HOWE SEWlNu MA
CHIN'ES in use in their lainilies.anJ Uariuti tUM-t:hi:.
treted them upon every variety of uii, n- I lies:
tats te pronounce I he in the must siuitlc. tin- uui
easily managed, and, eayHitioaiiy , l o ".V' in.
Ckra" ot ouwing ilacuiues
Bev Dr Ford, W o I lough,
W T Cartwi ight, H G .-caies,
Geo A Leiper, Mrs Jaiuca Wyatt,
H Pelder, " t It l amiibei',
A W douthworth, T M breiiuau,
Mrs LocKnarl, W L B Lawreuce,
M b Ase, Dr to W currcy.
E Navagh, Tuoe
SCBogers, -. B W llcamncy,
A C Beech, Airs t I'luuuuer.
9 r Uar ocas lie, - " Ji. u...j
M Peider, . H B fuonine ,
A Whetess, J W Gren,
Mrs P J Couch, J H Ci louie,
L S'ewmau, Jouu Wiiyley,
JCMuCrury, W C li-ui,
W fl Minchtn, M. s. t. rutu.llo,
Dr J W Hjdoueetno, " K Mima.
WlLUAliSON Col N l .
Miss H S Short, Ms 1' liii.iretu.
Mrs b E Truitl, k A Ku bai .umu,
U J U I'' LI V W , J 1 1 . I .
M Joel Andereon, Mia ia.y i Ciau:.
Mrs L Hays.
CUTlon Emory, Johu Miller,
Mrs Tana, Mr Williams,
Jonathan C -rn, T S Pattoo,
Mrs Sims, ' Mrs Gregory,
BB Truman, " Guiaird,
Mrs S Kinnelly, " Travis
Capt O W Davia, ) Oarks- A W lant FayettevUls
HHerblln, J Tille. Mrs-v titiBad, ii.irrisou
J H Pbubrooks, Columbia, E LC W ty,
A f Parrish, (umber laud W A Marshall, Kuthartorii
Iron Works. county
C L Tuou, Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs I Wyatt, - Mrs M A Girvin,
A Stockees, Mrs E A Yancey,
IHCDnna, J W Dunn,
Mrs A Gordon, - Mrs C Knowlton,
John Davis, Mrs Slianlels
Mrs H I vis, JTryon,
ALABAMA J S Kelly
These unrivalled MACHINES -re sold at the low
price of t30 bemmers included. They gather an I
cow on the band at the same time, Stitch ui cordv
without fastening, hem, fell, bind, Ac. Tut-y sew
every variety of work, from the LIGHTEST lo llu
HEAVXE-T, and are unquestionably the best Uuchiuc
B the market for family use. A Premium eras award
d to the HOWg MACHL.V at the late elate Ftr
CUAU lilt OS., Ageulf,
sjptH tf M Colkf sLreet, Kaahvllle, Teaa.
...1 ,3i. ft
-- If A
Scoth. m'sky, Cognac, French. Sherry, Peach
Chaa ajne ank Catawba Winec
the total amount of the btfl all at one time or thev can
kuulu quaoiiues, and only pay the one-third cash pay-
ugurea ior a small proportion. Cash, and give
THE COUNTRY IS S1F!!
WHEELER & WILSON
Tennessee otters her voice in favor of
WHICH CITES ;
fEV KATEEX STATES,
Enortgb to save the Union, and silence an croakers.
Please ma.k the record and tell us is the verdict
The United States as represented In its Agricultural
Scctely, have declared for
W liccler & Wilson.
Seventeen Etatea, a3 that have voted, have declared
Wheeler & Wilson.
All of the Mechanical Assoc it Ions in the prlncipa
cities of the Union have declared for
Ta best M'chinics the conntry pre jtices have de
c'aired for WHEELER & WlLSO. And more have
sial that no Machine can be invented that shall be
supei io in the objects proposed, or to be obtained in
any such Machine
Xtw Style Machln: Fifty Eollars!
C. R. PARSONS, Agent,
sept22-tf 28 UX10X ST., XAEHTTLLE.
oO O0O Copies already sold.
EVERYBODY'S LAW YE R
A NT D
COLT VELTaOR. VA BUSINESS,
BY I'RIMI CROBY,
Of the Philadelphia Bar
It Tells You How to draw up Partnership Papers
and gives general forms for Agree
ment of all kinds, Billt of Sale,
Leases and Petitions.
It Tells Toil Bw to draw up Bundsand ilortgarits,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney ,A'otes
and Hills of Exchange, Keceijks and
It Telll YOU The Law for the Collection of Debts,
with the Statutes of Limitation, &nl
amount and kind of property ix
emji from Execution in every Stale
It Tells YOU How to make an Assignment proper
ly, with forms for Composition with
Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws ef
It Tills YOU The legal relations existing between
Guardian and Ward, Master and
A yprenlice, aud Landlord and Ten
ant. It Tells YOU What constitutes Libel and Slander,
and the ljiw as to Marriage Dower.
the Wife's Kiyhtin Property, LH
vorce and A hmtmy
It Tells YOU The Law tor Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the A'aturalizatiim Laws
of this country, and how to comply
with the same.
It Tells YOU The Law concerning Pensions and how
to obtain ne, and the Pre-Emptivn
Laws to PuUxc Lands.
It Tells YOU The Law for Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtaining one, with In
terferences, Assignments and Table of
It Tells YOU How to make your Win. and how to
Administer on an Estate, with the
law and the requirements thereof io
It Tells YOU The meaning of Law Terms in general
use. and explains to you the Legit
laiice. Executive and Judicial Pow
ers of both the General and State
It Tells YOU How to keep out tf Law, by showing
how to do your business legally,
thus saving a vast amount of prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, postage paid, tf
Every Farmer, Ecery Mechanic, Ecery Man of Business,
and Everybody in Every State, on receipt of $1,U0 or in
law style of binding at $125.
$1000 A YAR
everywhere, is selling the above work, as our induce
ments to all such are very liberal.
For single copies of the Book, or for terms to agen
with ether information, apply to or address
JOHN . fOTIES. Publisher,
aVe. 617 Sans sL, Philadelphia, Pa
AH the Text Books used in the old and new schools.
For sae Hy JOHN' YORK A" CO
nov3 38 Union Street.
All BAGS Mixed Corn;
4UU 400 Bags White Crn,
600 Sacks Oils:
200 sacks Corn Meal;
60 Bales Hav;
20 Rbls Potatoes;
60 Bbis Onions;
Just reoivad anu for sal. by
octfl- tf CONRAD, CHANDLER t CO.
IO HHD3. Xew Crop Louisiana Sugar a choice ar
' ticli-, to arrive by Stea ner B. M. Runyan on Mon
day morning axt, and for sale low tor cash.
JIIZt'XL, HOOPER A- CO.,
CorlO-tf Nos 6 & 8 Mai ket Street
roAL! COAL,! COAL!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold st the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
iZviua) at the lolluwuig prices:
LumpCoal, per ton .15 60
Round Coal, " " 6 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 60
Mr. J.mx b. La.xo will in future attend to the busi
ness of tue Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AG XEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 18, I860.
orders can be toil in Box No. 94, Post Office, or
at tue Yard, back ol the Mashville and Chattanooga
Kailroaii Depot. JOhL B. LANG,
Booti, Mine?, Trunks, Valises
Nw stock Just received by
F. H. BLAC K MA N,
COR-VER or SUKKKT STRSKT aD TBS SO.C4KR.
ME undersigned b.-gs leave to e '11 the attention of
the p ibliu to bis banisome and comprehensive
stock of Goous in the above liue, comprising all styles
Ladies and Gentlemen' Wear,
And every variety of articles usually kept In similar
ei-tabiUhm.-nts, ail of which will be sold at Astonisk
inyly Low Prices. F. H. BLACK MAN.
DUVAL & JONES
IV o. 8 Cherry Street,
A FINE ARTICLE.
I T A BOIES English Dairy and Western Reserva
I I f cheese, just received duvet (rmn the LMiriee,
and for sale by UNJ. F shiei ih OO
ACOVSIGNMENIoT Fre-h Ohio Meal just received
anc for sahib BNJ. F SHIELDS 0.
LSVLi if k.'o. 27 College Slrwslj
FALL AND VINTER
TE are now reoeivtnc snd opening a large and se-
locteo stock oiat APLA AND FANCY.
LADLES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BR0GANS,
Negro extra size Mud Boots, snd fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, and s large stock of Variety Goods,
Threads of all kinds, and Yankee Notions, Ac," Ac
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Linseys, printed and plain: ail
wool Detains and Cashmers, Colored Silks, Black Silks,
Poplins, Debages, French Merinos, English and German
Merinos. Printed American DeLaines, Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Ca&simers, Satiinetis, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings; a large stock of Shirts, Skirts,
Frocts, Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, Hose and
half Hose of every kind, Ax., Ax.
A large and well assorted stock of superfine
READY - MADE CLOTHING.
Consisting of Over Coats, Business Coats, Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
and lira were. A full line or Clothes now In store, just
ALSO, 550 cases of Shoes, Boots and Bregans, ChilZ
iron's Boots and Shoes, and Inlant shoes. This stock
is unusually large, and will be sold under any iKxiy '
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
C A KPETIIe G,
Velvet and Brussels Carpeting, 8 and 2 ply half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpetmg,
which will be sold cheap.
Knives and Forlis,
Saws, Augers, Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek
ing Brushes, Blacking, Guns and Gun Caps, Ax. , cheap.
We unwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock ol every description of Goods in the city of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that we intend TO
SELL THEM. Our bouse SHALL be the head quarters
for 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 time buy
ers call and examine our
L.1RIE AND LXTE.V;IVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sure.
EDWARD TRABTJE & W. IT. LUCUS,
No. 73 Putllc Square, Nashville, Tenn.
We have In our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIELDS, Bookseller and Cashier;
GEO. W. NORVELL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAMES B. NICHoL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. BOSnCK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
These gentlemen will be clad to see their friends at
all times and especially thu6e who purchase fur cash
and pay their notes when due.
aug24-tf TRAHLE & LLCC3.
V l A BllEA 1a 13 V. A S ,
Job Lots of Eoots and Shoes-
TX7E have a large invoice of first quality of BooU
V and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call imniedi
jitely as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
Stairs, No. 71.
june2-tf TRAEUE t LUCCS
A. B. XONTOOXEBT.
J. W. tTEWAET.
MOSTGOJIEILY & STfcWART,
GROWERS AND DEALERS IN
Fruits, Ornamental Trees,
Slirub?. llosc,&c., &i.c.
: : TEXXESSEK.
Three Miles from the Public Square on the Hillsboro'
or Broad Street Thumpike.
'l'HE Proprietors, in offering this edition of their
L Catalogue to the Public, beg leave to assure them
that every endeavor is used to render their establish
ment worthy of confidence and patronage of all per
sons. Their Fruit Trees are well grown, reu.arkably
thrifty , and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and the Southern .-Uit5.
In addition to our large variety of Fruit Trees, we
call particular attention to our stock of Large Ever
greens and Onamenlal TrcfS, suitable for immediate
effect. Ours is the ouly establishment in the Slate
where such can be bad.
Naming, Packing, Shipping and Transporting care
fully attended to.
Enough charged forpackirg to pay cost of material.
All plants delivered in Nashville free of charge.
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY &STEWAKT.
W"E have this day sold our entire intr-rest In the
Book, Stationery and Periodical Business.
No. 6 Union street to Mr. John T Hagun a:i'i John D
W. Green, who will continue the business at the Same
place, under the style of Green A Co.
JOHNSON & TKEAN0R.
On retiring from the book business, we return pur
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed uKn
us, and take pleasure in recommending our successors
as young men of experience in the business, and wor
thy in every way the confidence of the people.
A. W. JOHNSON. Jr.,
oct6-tf JOHN O. TREANOR,
J. LllMMIUTs't!. :0.
NO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
iiimsimx ss ia:s,
NO 6 MAGAZINE STREET,
Nkw Orleans, La.,
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in Hides, Oil, Oak and Ueml'-ck Sole Leather,
Russetl and Wax Upper Kip, French aud
Americau Calf Skin, Colored Roans,
. Linings, Bindings, Moroccos, Har
. ness and Bridle Leather, aud
All orders for Hides, or consignments of Leather to
New Orleans, will receive the personal att-n ion of
John Lumsden, and will be executed with the same
promptitude and eare which have heretofore given such
sat siaction Parties entrusting their orders to ns, ad
dressed as above, may, with confidence, rely on their
instrcutiona being can led out with fidelity.
aT The highest market price paid, in cash, for
Hides. - . oct3t-lm
- " Attention All!'
WE have In store, and for sale cheap, a large as
sortment of Safes, which ftr dui ability, and
completeness of manufacture stand anrivabVd in the
United Slates. AiXZELL, HXPER & CO ,
)an9-tt . Nos 8 and 8 Uarke St
OA BARREL Timothy Seed;
aJ 20 " Blue Urn's do;
20 . " Orchard Grass do;
20 " Herds Grasa do
In store and for saie low by
septl7 HUGH McCP.EA & CO"
. . - . Flour!
ff BBLS Fagen'a Epicurean, the best art'ele In the
t) I market, tor sale by
octft-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER CO.
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed, de
livered In all parts or toe city at short notice
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
.in Cling to Box 67B P. O.,or le-aving orders at the oi
tic ot the Yard, next to the Gas House, Cherry street
A OrnTTTUT J" or the INSTANT RELIEF
ii.O i. and PERMANENT CLiUi ol
bis distressing; complaint use
F KN DT'S
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 NASSAU ST., N
Y. Price SI per box; set free by post.
, . FOSiALE AT ALL CRCGGJoTS.
Ecrcpcan Medical InsL'tDtd
' ' (From Paris.)
No. 704 Bcorsdway, above 4ih Street,
THE necessity of giving to the public of the United
Mates, a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especia ly of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. Sanson (lor several years known
in this city as the most successful practitioner in that
c!a3 of affections) to extend his sojourn in New York
for another year.
He may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, '-704 BROADWAY," and wL; continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr.Ricord '3 preparations, such as
Flor del Ucayali, ($2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or sslf-abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against Inlection, $1 per bottle. -Ricord's
celebrated Pills, ajrainst Venereal Diseases,
one b..x sufficient to cure any cas.:, S2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy cures that disagreeable af
fliction in 2 few days, 2.
Best French Male Safes imported by himself at $3
All his French and Spanish Remedies for A!Tection3
of Ladies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a lew French Physicians
At his Institute there are eight room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He is under the necessity of notifying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
office, at 612 Broadway, and that an imposter is copy
ing verbally hi3 advertisements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where he c-in be consulted in English, German,
Italian, French or Spanish.
Letters should be addressed to Box 3576. P. O-, New
Cholera, Fiux, Dysentery.
TVTO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
A. m the Hous-3. Children are eying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy "would promptly
Debility from Heat.
While the Thermometer ramros over 90 in the shade,
the Graefeuberg HEALTH BliTERS, which cost 25 cts.
a package, makes tha best strengthening T unc in the
worlL For 25 c-DL' you can make half a gallon of those
health giving bitters, which aii the a;p:lite, givepow
erlo the constitution, regulate the boweis, andconquor3
general rteoilily. .Now is the S'.-asnn Tor ther use.
iul13-tf MACKENZIE k MINX HIN.
Xo T.mc la Wait l:j iLe L'crtor !
BOLT these times all children will eat greet fruit.
ii At any moment of day or uitrht they are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morhus; Dysenierry or Diar
rhcea. No time then to send lor a Doctor. The Graef
enbers I'3s-nt.-TV Svrup htontiv relieves all such
cases. No family ought to be without it it in the house.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in the ti.-t few y.-ars. Only 50 cents a
bottle enough for a wnole larniiy lor a wuole season.
A fresh lot just r-.-ccived.
mavI5-tf MACKENZIE & 1HNCIHN.
The (iraflicnb r.' VrgtUtle Pills,
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
INDIGESTION' ! ( 0XSIIPATI0S HEAD-
A?II '"ElVO JS.'iE ILL10TJ3MES
HEAr,TBTJiN-CIDirY-3J US 'AFLAT-
TJLENCi2 WAN! 0 AP2iir DYSPEP
SIA UVE CO jlPLAIJfr 3I.IP1NG3.
On account ol their great mildness, and from the
fact thai they never grie, niuscate, or leave the
bowels in a constipuled condition, the Grasfhenberg
Pills will be found more pleasant than any other.
3T Price 25 cents per box. On the receipt of one
dohar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postage
to anv part ol tho couttry.
sept22-t' No. 14 Colitge street.
Cue tf lit niost p. palar and bsnevolcnt
lrs i:n!ions is
ON DEADLTJCK STREET,
'F'HE Doctor himself is an old Parctitionor, from the
A oid and this country, buing already 15 yeais in
America, having mainully aud honorab;y sarniountep
ail tile ti ia:S ol the new world, and battled and con
quored death ol the whole range of diseases ol our dif
ferent climates, South and Nurlh, so that ihe fame of
his success in the treatment ol genural and private
disuses is indisputable lor which he has the most re
liable reference s.
Special attention paii to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification be feels, iu general,
by being entrusted witu desperate cases, for to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice ant" services with politeness, consci
entousuess aud discretion.
Persous at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing a
fee, to Post-olhce iiox No. 336.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
i he UusrcctdriiU'd Success
Which. i:cs of lute aUcnikd ihe use cf
1a. . HV l-.Wl'S
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those a'.Ilicted
with Piles to il It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial eifects It is ihe only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and sjieedy cure. It'
you are ailiicted try it at one. an i be careful to use no
other medicine iu connection with it. It is compounded
under the supurvisiou ol L. N. &WEET who will return
the money it no cure proceeds from its use.
For sale at Deiuoville's and Degrove's, and by
other Druggists. juntlo-tf
DIUJ GS XKl) SIEDICIIVES.
A. II. SIOSCOE CO.,
VHCLESALF. ASD RETAIL li-UGGISTS,
3. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
iVaftli ville, Xeini.
VTE are prrpnred to exi-cu e orler lor JJriis
V and .'i Cl ici II" and all articles penaiu
ingtiithe ITii' lAtiMucss, with ucspatch ud at te
lowst market price.
The s :me att-niiou will bo given as heretofore to
have every article o ai good quality s re.re.-e.ited
aud in no lusltuce will a:i tilling be put up that is ol
adoubtfulor sophisticated t:liar.icler.
It is our intention to maintain 'he reputation w
have esL.bhi-ue i io Bel'inu none b'lt Pure l'rugs aud
Medici i.es .a. d we, thei el ore . in vite ou to examine
our sloe before buving cl-otvliere, believing wecan
siiow ) ou in . uceineuts si ld' in oilered lu tui or an)
other Southern city . Iii addition to Drus we have
constantly on hand a lars:e tork ol l'enumery,
Soiips aud Toilet arti.-les, While L,-a-l. I.msved Oil.
Inrpentme v.um., 'nmr aud Wines lor medi
Gr.at i rt-iiiiuni Attruclicns.
Irriag'S Litis of Washiaglcn
Eclectic Magazine for 1S61.
Geolgk P. PrTSA. 1 sq. , the Publisher of IRVING '3
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ctt, published in the Lcixtic. Ites tue largest and
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vxene, who pays $5 in advance.
PREMIUM PA11LOR ENGRAVINGS.
We reaew the tTer of a choice of thesa Parlor En
gravings T he &elu.r frm Marktl, and Filial Affec
tion which already emb uisu so many paiiois iu all
Varts of the land. A copy of either, postage pail,
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wh p.iys one year in advance.
4 If wide 8,rread co i.nii ndation3 of the Eclectic,
bi th i Preso, in ail parL ol tue land, that il is the best
magazine pub. ished and the uicei rict.l embellished,
then now is the time to Subscribe, and obtain both the
work and a vaiuab.e preiniun besides.
The FcLEcnc is issued on the first of every month.
Each numb, r contains 144 arge octavo pages, on fine
J" paper, neatly stitched, m green covers, with one or
more bcaaumi -teei rortraii!', oy sarium. The twelve
numbers comprise three vuluuies, of & 0 pages each,
with titles, in IcxtS, and einbellisurueii'. Price FIVt
DOLLARS. The postage is only three cents a number,
prepaid at the cilice ol delivery. The January number
tor 50 cents' ; any other lor Ai cents ent m postage-
stainos. - - WH.blDWEll,,
no-20-tf - No. 6 Bcekman Street, New-Vork.
1 am ofiering great inducements to parties widhirg to
Fine Virginia Tobacco
By the quantity. Call and examii.s at 44 Union street.
cl23-tf J. W. LANULEY.
a. i. Boorss.
WnOLi S1LE CR0CE11S,
AND DEALERS IN
F0BE1C AND ItMKM.C ! !QORS, TCBAC
CO, CIGARS, SaTFF, ic
rYoe. 6 and 8 Klarkrt afreet,
Wliiskcf, Brandies Wiars. etc.
rE have in store and for sale cheap to th trade
125 bbls. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whisky.
65 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky.
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 iy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls. pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holland Gin.
75 bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Cognac, Catawba Brandv, Ac.
jan9-tf M1ZELL, HOOPER A CO.
Coal O.lt n.Oiil oil 11
j. it. flxlTay & CO.'S
PREMIUM COAL OIL,
Manufactured In St. Louis, Mo.
THIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the purest
Spring Water deorderized does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney the best Oil made In the
EaPt 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 supply of this
superior Oil, which we are offering to the trade by the
barrel only at manufacturers' price.
MTZELL, HOOPER k CO.,
, aprll-tf Nos. a and 8 Market St.
IT, E are in receipt rf a shipment ot the fines
Coueeever received in Nashville, which we ar
offering to the trace at a low fie- re.
Aut9-tf. MIZELL, HOOPFR & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
XUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500 bush-
J els superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has
been selected with great care, and was raised in the
Northern portion of Missouri is free from dirt and all
apr.l-tf B u MTZELL, HOOPER 4 CO.
CHCRCS A.NDEBS03 JOHN B. AS0EK30.
11UKCI19 ANDERSON & CO..
17o. 0 College street,
innn BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oais, Ju3t recslvad
1 U 1 1 U and for sale by
mar22-tf CHURCH. ANDERSON i CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
IV E have on hand a large quantity of the best
V Hungarian Grass Seed which we are selling low.
mar2a-U CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
"VT7E hive Just received a large lot of TAR, and are
1 ottering it at the lowest figure.
mar29-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
W Iiky! WUisky! Whisky!
WE have in store a large quantity of the best of
all kinds ot the purest WHISKY. All y. lovers
of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
mai 29-tf CHURCH, ANdEKSON & CO.
Audio i ai d (' fj uisviiii Card.
Ta SOUTHERN MLKUIlTxTS AD DEALERS.
rr1 HE subscribers have opened a large and extensive
1 house lor the transaction of a strictly COMMIS
SION BUSINESS AND GLNERAL AGENCY, with ar
rangements for the constant reception of ail kinds of
Goods, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in the
various departments of Trade.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our vai led ana
constantly changing stock, as the larger portion of our
consignments are from manufactures, first hands, or
those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep in view thut 'the
money is made in the purchase.' Ordeis faithfully at
tended to when accompanied by the cash.
BLNJ. F. SHIELDS 4 CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College si.,
fefc8-lf Nashville, Tenn.
A . U1V CO,
Direct through the Custom-house of Nashville.
AND DEALERS IN
Wines. Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Gormany and Italy!
Havana Cigars, OliVd (jil,
V C 1 111 1 C 1 1 1 1 , afc C . , e& . ,
No. 30 Aortli Market street,
(Next door above the Watson House,)
Is fA. S11VILLE. TENNESSEE.
X7E have established a house in this city for the
VV purpose or vending fine WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS, kc, kc, 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 Europe much of his time,) huJ PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL IHE FOREIGN ARTICTJiS
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IS ALL KINDS OF
HAM AiD PRODUCE
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Aug21-6m
HI. C. S52.UCSC,
Auction & Ccmioi.ijii lilf rciiaiitj
Corner Cedar and Cherry st-.,
Nashville, Tenn ,
T ESPEL'l 1- L iXY solicits consignments of Morchan--LV
dise of all classes. Satisfaction given to consign
ees aud purchasers as nearly as possible. Consignees
of goods to this market wih find my auction suoms well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold without delay and
the mouty paid over forthwith.
N. B. No goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
IHST0UY OF A LAW-SILT
in tlic Circuit Court oS
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK ft CO.,
JunelO-tf No. 33 ''nf.n otrret
flCCSE.MCX A.I) tBSiAIESTAL PAIXTEE.
IVo. 75 'or.l ?larkct street,.
Opposite Myers, Hunt & Co.'s Carriage Shop.
All orders from the city or country attended to
Willi promptness and despatch. septll-tf
WILLIAM C. SCOTT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
Co mission flit rcliauts. ,
NO. B LOCUST STREET,
fct. L.o 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, snd that there is no probability ot
being any oci2-3in
A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a Sua Brett Carriage, second band;
One Phaeton Carriage, new, One supui b Barouche,
second hand; One large Family Carriage, second baud ;
Fine second band Piano, good make. All of which
will be sold very cheap, to etoee, by
BENJ. K. SHIELDS ft CO.,
Sept20-tf Central Auction Rooms, 27 College st.
I have this day, associated with me in the Boon
business, MB- J. B. RUTLAND and MR. JNO. EAaT
MAN. Nashville, Sept 1,1860.
. - F. HAGAN.
r. hagas,"" t. . anriAjcD, -jno. kastiu
F. 'il A tt A X CO.
LOOK SELLERS A.XD STlTiaXESS,
41 College Street,
DR. F. A. KAUEFNER,
II O M CE O PAT II I O
Pbyslclan anil vir?ci.n,
No. 23 (up stairs) Cedar St., Nashville, Tenn.
Office hours until 9 A. M., between 1 and P.M.,and
between 7 and 8 P. M.
References lrs. Her ing ft Llppie, Philadelphia, Pa ,
to 1 Irrs. Caspari 4 kosaur, Louiayllie, Ky.
THE CopurtPrrshiT) heretofore existing nn-lcr the
style ot I dward3, Giike.oa Co., Is th-s day
dieolved b m ilual eoaseut. J. S.. Gd.eoa rear
ing rr-m ihp hrm.
July 15, 1630. JO. K"WARrS,
J. El. G LK1SON,
E. P. KOAAKrS.
t. S. BaKKIS.
B. F. XDWABDS.
EliWAKDS, HAHRIS & CO.,
(srecsssors to idwai.ds, ctlsbros ft Co.)
WI!X COVTlNUi; THE
IV hotsulc tiroccry.
At the old stand, comer of CuUcge and Church lis.
V. A. JOIiAaON i CO.,
. CARONDE1.I STREET. 37
a. r. bvis3.
K I i i K I A T I I C K & CO.,
TO 11 iCt O F ACTtt U,
COMjIISMGX & FORVTABDilT. MCRCilAXTS,
no, 27 . rfsiiiZ N'ristKr,
(Between Maguzl'.ie and Camp,)
NEW CULE.1, I. A.
a. f. irevrss.
KIRKPATRICK & CO.,
cj-.iiji:ssi(iN i rorArEnc :.iEnciiiTS,
NO. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
ISeT Orleans, La.
CLillK, GIlEiiOIlY & CO.,
SOLE PR0PRLET0E3 OF
CLAKK& l ULLCR'S
- To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream. Cocoanut
D E I O X ,
21 Cellejre Street, Cpjiotile hwence Eonsc.
sioiiE m:g:ioks i.v a case:
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE
Fa iiiiil chili's,
Among wbicb may b: found every SHADE of the
.NEUKO M Al'.rt.
A very larj-s assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union street.
J. W. LANGLEY.
T II V O ,
TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT
V il 1 1a 11 A ii Va
RANGING from thiitecn cents to one dollar per
1 i pound, purchased with a view to
And will be sold with the same "hideous monster," in
Also, a much larger stock of
C l?:irs. Miufl. Pipes, &c,
Than Cau be shown by any other Loupe Id ihe State.
All of which id be tower than can be bought els.
w here In the city.
J. W. LANGLKY,
aug.25-tf 41 Union street
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
Kittoii Facto rs,
27 CAR0NLLXLT STREET 27
INtw Oilcans, La.
The Largest Stock cf
mm m mm
.Ever Shipped tr IValiviIIe.
IS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
1 every pu&sible grade, at much iuu-ur figures than lor
teu years past.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, are Invited to
STOCK AND PRICKS,
As 1 promise theiu bargains such as they have nut had
lor TEN YEARS. J. W. LANOLEY,
iuiy2-li No 44 Union sireet.
WEhaveapwarlsbf 200 Heating stoves for Coal
or Wood, ol all styles nu sz-s.
rARLOli SI OVES,
GAS AND SMOKE DU11M-NG STOVtS,
SEVEN ANu JEN PLATE STOVES.
AUof which we will sell at cost (with freight added)
for each MA.aaXlCiE M1N U1N,
s.-pL22-tf N- 6 C liege street.
Cams a:ul linbri.lis.
A FINE lot received to-day, and a varie cf Combs,
Brushes, l'oi to llouica. rww, traveling bojjs,
Dressing Cusi, A;o. , all sulliug at low rales.
s-A-" J. 11. tl..lIE
Ground Feed for Stock.
AN additional supply just received and for sale
by Jl.iJ. F. SHliXliS ft CO.,
may 10 il College street.
Itiiipifet'S tiu n.
WE have on band several i dozen Quarts
and Hail Oaiions ol moss us Fruit Jais.
The simplest, cueapesl and best article yet invented tor
the preservation or Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries I
TctniX'Si's Jais preserve Raspberries I
TempM's Ja.8 preserve B-Ckberi ivS 1
Tempest's Jars preserve lie 1 lain I
Tempest's Jul s preserve Peaches
Tempest's Jai 8 preserve Plums !
Tempest's Jai s preserve QuinceS I
TeiiiKSl'B Jais preserve Cherries t
Teuip.sl's Jai s preserve Tomatoes !
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glara, Stone and
Tin Jars of all I.M.
ALSO. Ludlow's Class and Tin Jars, all s;Z--s which
we are ollering at cost price, as we feel assured that
. Tempest's Stone Jars
UU8t tapu-Milw ual vtber
junt6-U MACKENZIE ft MLNCHLN.
DII. JOHN W. AlOUTf IaV,
Ees ence; Cor. Co ege and Watkina' Avenne
rjHAIEHiT 1ANJE bTKlKr i
OFFICE NO. 63 N'iiTU CHERRY STREET.
Selected Lump CoaL
I' HE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at the yttua Yard, where it is Sold at the low
pricj of 21 cents per bushel. 1rup your orders in Box
No. 94 P. O. , and they wul be picmptly attended to
SAMUEL J. AtiNtW,
feb3-tf Yard back of N. ft C. R. R. lpot.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of .TJaioa and C lloe Stra3 a. -
' HIS estab isurueut, the in-sl txljusive In the South
1 west, stih coniuiavS to be tile rcso. t ol ILe fasuaau
aud beauty ul out count, y, which fully enaoiSeS the
scntiuieiiia ot thousands, uiat U is the great till O
L'iiuAtgr.tpIs$! ' .
atitt Atiibrotjpf b!
At this house all picture ars warranted to please or
no chaise will be m.i.Ie. .
We would uspcciohy Invite the community and our
friends in genuiai to vuil our ieal rLul ui 1 oi Uuilure.
wuuiu puiiuieS ol tue ueucl ceieOiaieU tutvSmcU ana
LlvincS can be Seen, viz : His Excellency fre&idont
Buiaianau, the Vice Pr Sid at, lij Lxceileucy Oov.
Joiinsun, iluu. CaVe Juhue-u, A. V. Biowu, J. A. iic
Ewihk, tpu. IE luetar, ana a uiouSnu othois ol ceie
briely bishois 1 iaic.-, Kavauaeu, Laiiy, i'ayue,
UaScctu, Souie, Andiews, and ksv. lit. Eu.u , Ac
Copu-s oi tixe above cau h-ui at a low pi ice at any
B, t. LTLTi.
cso. w nrrcuLXuS
LYLES & HLTCHINGS,
ITa. S3. Ced-r street
T as U v 1 1 1 c . ' V w c s c ? ,
WELL at all times buy Negroes suitable for tha New
Orleans mar Ket. All pel sons uavi.g Negroes to
sell will please give us a coo.
julyiU-ir LYLES ft HIitHINGS.
LARGE stock' or DISSFXTIN'G INSTRUMENTS
mju.nitured by liemau, ol New To.-k, juat re
ceived nd tor sale by KAJNa, URoWN a CO. x
Dickiu'ti etv Ltuuk,
SHORT STOKJtb.uM recstveo'.nd for mi by .
anel2-tf Jou-NKOftJt CO.
asln11Ie and Chattanooga R.R.
Change of Schedule.
ON AND AFTER
Sunday, TVovember lltli,' 1SGO. i
Passenger Trsiaa will run as follows: j
Lear Nashville at S 30 a. x. sad S r. . i
Arrive at Chauanuug. 10 r. St. and 1:44 A. St.
Leave Chattanooga at 7 '30 a. K. snd 7 50 P. X.
Arrive at Nash vule at 6:30 p.m. and a. bl
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
New York, Philadelphia, BaAimure, Waahicgton j
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knoxviile,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
Bulb Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at ChaibtnoogiL
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and Web
ern and Atlantic Railroads.
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at Oepol, w the fume wing
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, S. C $27 75
" " " 44 E. T. ft Va. route, 80 35
44 44 44 44 Savannah 44 27 75
44 Philadelphia,44 44 44 27 &0
44 . Baltiuore, 44 44 44 25 75
44 Washington, 44 44 44 25 50
44 Richmond, 44 " 44 44 25 00
44 Petersburg, 44 44 44 25 00
4 Lynchburg, 23 76
44 Salem, "I 21 69
44 Big Tunnel, J 20 75
14 Curistiansburg, f Virginia Sprlngi, 0 75
44 Shawsviile, J 20 76
44 . Knoxville, 10 60
44 Charleston, 21 00
44 Savannah, - 1 00
44 Macon, 16 00
44 Augusta, . 18 5
44 Atauita, 11 00
" Columbus, 19 60
44 Montgomery, 18 Ou
44 Huntsvlile, 7 00
44 Grand Junction, 11 00
44 Memphis, 12 00
44 New Orleans, S5 OO
44 Hoiiy Springs, M3SS-, 12 00
44 Canton, li 60
44 Fayetteville, 4 00
44 MuMinnvills, 4 30
novl2-tf E. W. COLE. Superintendent.
Notice to Shippers.
r' being of the utmet importance for the proper
protection ol the Track, and to keep out of the way
ui gravel and other trams, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rale of speed, which can only be ac
coinpltshed by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be run on the lime
laid down in the schedule, il is ordered that after thir
ty days lrom this dale, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at ached
ul stations only.
Rates on Flour Reduced.
' I HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
i at Nashville, Wartrace, sareibyville and Stations
on N. ft C. K. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
E. W. COLE,
Sup't of Transportation N. ft C R. R.
Express to Olarksville.
rrBE Southern Express Company respectfully an
A uounce that they are now running BjfcfeSMiER
through to Clarksville, via. E. ft K. and M. C. ft L. Rail
cars, and are prepared to forward to that place and in
tervening points with promptness and dispatch all
goods usuaiiy sent by express. They will also forward
te all places on stage routes, connecting with the above
Raiiroous. bills, notes, Oralis, etc., collected and
prompt return made.
O- Oiiice No. 19 Public Square.
'0l7-if A. K. HOLT, Superlntidont.
Jasper Hrancti Railroad.
Orncx Nash, ft Chat. Railroad Co. I
October 3. 1859. I
Y order of the Board of Directum are made ou the
stock of the Company subscribed for building a
a branch road from Bridgeport to Jasper, payable to the
Treasurer of this Company as follows :
One dollar on each share on tue 1st of November, at
1S59, and two dollars on each share on the 1st day ot
December, 1653, January, February, March, April
May, June, July, August, September, October
una November, 1800.
Payment may be made to Jackson Pry or, at Jas
per, or to the Treasuer at bis cilice in Ndshvihe.
l't onipuicss in meeting these cans is requested ot
subset loers of stock, as the construction ot the road
lepeniis exclusively on the means provided speciQcally
lor that purpose.
oct4-tf W. A. G LEAVES, Treasurer.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
uah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certain ty as their passenger Trains. No delay to freights
by tin. route. E. W. COLE,
Charleston and Savannali
F IV la U 11 V lA . I, Fa S
Eairs Reduced acd Srcrd Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On snd
alter the 24th of December, 19, through rates
Hum New York to Nashville:
Fl: st Class, per 100 pounds ....$1 04
Sccoud Class, 44 1 86
Third Class, 44 44 -. 1 10
Fourth Class, 44 44 V
Hats, Caps anl Bonnets 2 26
Tmie uoni Savannah and Charleston to Nashville throe,
three and a hall and lour days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no h eight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
vljusied by the Na&hviLe and Chattanooga Railroad on
delivery. C W. ANDERSON.
Freight lo 4ew York and Philadelphia
Cotton ami Vlour,
CHARLESTON AND SA VANNALT.
Cotton per bale of not more than 600 lbs. weight $4 26
Flour per barrel 1 46
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah tu New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at to 216 less than cotton not
Ihrough receipts Issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agent,
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON 'JUNE 11th
Mltlc liami and Columbus and
IIX'TI, nAJIILlO.N' & DITTOS
From CISCISSATI to
Boston In 82 J4 hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 bra.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland in 84 hours.
Wheetand in hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
aanuusKy in 10 hours.
New York in SOX hoars.
Baltimore iu 24 hows.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12g hoars.
EleubensviJle in 10 ho UTS
Zanesville in 0 bouis.
Toleda In 9 hours.
Thronh Trains 1 are lit eicnati as fallows:
7:30 A. HI. EXPItKS From Little Hiama
Deiiot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton ft Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and BuQalo;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Sleubeusville and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Beiliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bel lair and Ben wood.
730 A. EFitK From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Detroit Depot, aiso connects Via. Lima,
Toleuo. Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and
10 HI. EX'XICS From Little Miami
Deiiot, connects via. Columbus, Bella it and Ben wood;
via. Columbus, Beiliar and Pituburg; via. Columbus,
L'ref time and 1'iiuhurg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and BuiUlo.
C H. .U. CX KES From CtaclnnaU, Hamil
ton aud liayton Iwpol, via. Lima, Teletlo, Detroit snd
Canada; via. Ixiyton, Clyde and Sandusky.
'1 oiler 11 Kepi ns C ar ou tuts Train,
tia . vledo.
11 p. i. EXl REv From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. ColuiuOcj?teubeUiiVUle and Pi.t
burg; via- Columbus, Bclhar aud Piltaburg; via. Co
lumbus, Beiliar and Benwood; m Coicmbus, Creatlnie
ana Pillsbuig; via, Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
ftoderu.SIeeplus ( sira ou till Train.
fas engera for Lake Staamsra, laaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. H . have 5 hcura in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. SL, make direct cjnneCUona.
Tl 6 P. M. Ezprea, S-jUrd y; mike iU con-
nedions at adwrttted. aapt f or Dttro.t
end taint " Oitada.
The Night Esprearuus Daily, Saturdays excepted.
AU other Trains run Dally, Saturday excepted.
Trains run by COLCMBUS TIME, which la I Minctea
irains run oj ..jj 1ULt
Caesage Clieclsed Tlirougli to
all Ea tern Cities.
rr Passengers should b-w In mind that the "CIN
CINNATI" B tue OLD and FAVOKJXK ROCTE. Cou
necuoc. are nude promptly, the Koaus are thoroughly
UAlXATED, aud ad mouem unpruvciaunls adopted
insuring snckt), coktukt and SAF El'Y. -
TiniOTGII IH KFTS
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST and bO'CTii- Ass. fur TickeU
P. W. bXRALEE, General Tiokst Agent, Cla'U.
- -juneSO-tf -
l CsTERIOR article juat rweived pr tuilre
for saie by tha barrel uniy Ly
lircat Xtitioual . Uoutc.
To Ualtimor ' Pliiladelphia,
NEW YOKH AD BOSTOaY,
.' AND ONLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AaD OHIO
rpERMLNATE at Baltimore snd Washington Oty on
J. the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from all
Tin West, Southwest and .Yorthwrst.
Passragers by this route can visit the cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boa loo at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone by other
Through tickets can be procured via Washington
ity to the Eastern Clues at an additional charge of I we
Sleeping cars attached to all night trains. .
tickets good until used.
With, the privilege of stopping off at all priaotpal
Business ra n or Travelers, for plea-ure or Informa
tion, can visit all the eastern Cities at s comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for Its won
derful beauty and Sublimity; it is unequalled In the
world. Its system of Day nd Night track Police; iu
splendid equipment its exclusive Telegraph Lines; its
large amount of double track; iu nne Hotels fonder
the surveillance of the Company) ensures to the pas
senger SPEED. S FETT AND COMFORT.
Through Tickets and baggage chscka can be obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices is
A-fc lor Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. p. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
E. F. FULLER, Ooneral Wesiero Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gea'l Ticket Agent, C.O.R.B.
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN 1S66.
Ws Cs Dawson & Co.., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA
XOY l-.lu'sr. U V. Fa 1
By this scheme purchasers can select their owa
Numbers, and pay any amount tor a taiket they may
Extra Clan 2, Drwa Oct. 8, 1860.
And on every succeeding day (Sunday excepted) at 6
o'clock, P. M. t
3- In this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed In
the Wheel lrom 1 up to 75 and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn from the Wheel. It s person se
lects one Number out of the 75, and that Number is
among the Numbers drawn, be gets five times the
amount invested. Il two selected numbers are drawn,
he gets thirty for one ; if three Selected Numbers
are drawn, be gels two hundred for one ; if four se
lected Numbers are drawn, be gets a thousand for
one ; tf five selected Numbers are urawn, Ova thousand
for one ; if six selected Numbers are drawn ; nlleeu
thousand to one. remeubkr, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and ail those Numbers so selectod
are not drawn among the Twelve Drawn Numbers, the
Ticket is a B.auk.
Cur Ilaratia .Man Lotteries.
Draw F. ck (4) Tijieb a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever offered.
For particular, address,
W. C DAWSON ft CO., Managers,
Oct 31. Macon, snd Savannah, Ga.
mm e M
m e it: r: O v
ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
under the supervision of the Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havanab, on
Satuid.iy D ember 15. lSGtX
3 GO, OO 0U0 Ia Ia A IV S
Eorceo Nnmero 647 Ordinario.
Capital Prize UOOOO Dollars.
1 44 44 ....
1 44 44
1 44 44 .. . .
80 Prixes of. 1.000
60 i4 44 600
153 44 44 400
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of MOO each :4
of 400 to 50.000 : 4 of 400 to 30,000 ; 4 of 400, to 20,000
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole T.cketa $20 ; Halvea tlO Quarter! !.
Prizes cashed at sight at I per cent diStOnnt,
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par.
K drawini- - I be forwarded as soon as the result
be m4 ki owa.
eg- All o. - for Scbem or Tickets to be Mtv
ed to DON BODRIuCEa, (jars of City Post,) d arlestoa,
So., Ca. ded-M.
$3,000,000 in Gold!
Pike' Peak and (he Golden Citj !
I tali Tenitory,
WILL pleaM take notice that
the first cas passenger steamers
C. E. HILLMAN. ConBiTT. Master,
Leaves here every TCESDAY, at 4 o'clock, connecting
at Cairo with Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Louis with all the Railroad and Steamboat Lines to all
l r",.' AND en every SATURDAY, the
v-Or,''AiJ famous and fleet packet
B. M. RUNTAN, Miller, Master,
Leaves this port, connecting as above.
This Route for a 1 parsons going West la tie cheapest
and most expeditious. For Freight or Passage apply
on board or to A. HAMILTON, Agent.
.VasfcrUIe aad CicciiEaa Packef,
THE FINE S.TAUER
TOM. ERCCE, l aptaiD, JOHN T. ECPD dark.
1 1 HE steamer CLIPPER has enter-, aa a rvgnUr
1 packet, between this city and ail iniersa daito
ports and Cincuinati, and U continue during He sa
tire seeson. Having s -per km- accoaimocatioas for
PaESeUgers, she ctfeis every tBdccemabt tor th. safe
snd speeuy ouaTeyanceU th. traveling public lea
utmost attention wid be ;aid to the int -rel rt ail ship
pers. H, H- HAiaiaoN,Agl.V.
aNASRVILLE & ILY ORLEANS
The good and reliable Sieame a
ELD ROYtE, fcTu. iro, llastar,
jAMta YOtlS, liTi, littttr.
JAMES J0USS0N, Jt won, Matter.
U" QX make regular trip, in the Nashville aad Xew
Ot'Mwn. Traae throughout the nS'ia. These
Cits are iu U-i. wraer, baa uUer Sipw ior tuduOsSMtua
to toe uavanug aua aui.ipmg pub.i. Far Freight er
PAMAe apl7 wa boaid.ur to. -tu2iii
. A. SAKS.TJN, AiKL