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IMP OETE E S
, . ATWHOLSAtEDEALE5S IX
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FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
: AHgarsr iODacco, sec, : .
V
area .
CMourbon, Old Se, Moura?aTi5la. Irish and Seotli "WTiisky, Cognac, French, Sherry, Peaeh
and Appls Brandies; Port, Maderia, Malaga, Chamfagnlnd Catawba Wines;
Scotch and Holland Oin, and all other na grade 1 or Lienors that can be
. ----- - found in the Western Country. - " '
MlrSr, STOCK, PRODUCE, 4cT7 TAKES FX EXCHANGE FOR AXY OF OCR GOODS, or" we will exchange for
XI Wild or Improved Lands, at Cash Prices, where the titles are perfect. Our terms will be to sell the owner
0 a piece of land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, ic, or such an assortment as he may select at our lowest
. anaa Prices, anil take oar pay in one-third cash, and two-thirds in Land. -
T , Parties exchanging Lands for Liquors, x. , can hare the total amount of the b ill all at one t ime or they can
law the trade with as, and order the goods in Urge or small quantities, and only pay the one-third cash pev
".v?, order, or we wm MU w figures for a emaU proportion, Cash, and give long
" - ru -fwvm.
i 'eViO-ly . " ' . KO.23
; isroTionv:.
. fTTHE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
. . JL style of Edwards, Gilkeson A Co., is this day
; diaolved by mauial consent. J. K. Gilkeson retir
,,ing from the firm. .
July 15, I860. . . JO. EDWARDS,
J. K. GILKESOX,
. E. P. EDWARDS.
. a. sgRm. m. p. kdwakds.
i EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
. (scbcxsaoBS 10 d wanna, gilkkksox k co.)
- WILL COXTIXXE THE
-Wholesale ivoccry,
FOB WARDING AXD COSjIISSION BUSINESS
u M the old stand, corner qf College and Church Us.
Joiyiair-. ..
V. QU7J1IICX.
K. . SBVJSS.
B. K1KEPATKICE.
KIRK PATH ICK & CO.,
C03MISXI8 & FORWABDWC MESCHA.N'TS,
27 N1TCHEZ STREET,
(Bet .ween Magazine and Camp,)
NEWOKLE.S,LA.
nor7 U
CLARK, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
CLARK & FU LLER'S
AMBROSIAL OIL,
1 - To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Sledicines
'7 lAdie Oil Toilet Cream. Cocoannt
. . Walnut Candy.
,2 UEPOX,
fl College Street, Opposite Sewasee Hon sr.
NasliTille, Tenu.
mar23-tf
2I0RE 5ECR0ES LY A CASE!
AXOTHER LOT OF THOSE FIXE
rPrincipe Serai's,
Among which may be found every SHADE of the
- XECRO mP-g
' ' ' " ALSO.
A very large assortment of
FRENCH PIPES,
to wholesale, at 44 Union street.
apr2I-f
J. W. LAXGLET.
T O B A C C O
TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT
W'HOLEK ALE,
RAXGIXG from thirteen cents te one dollar per
puond, purchased with a view to
HARD TIMES,
And will be sold with the same "hideous monster," in
full view.
- Alaa a much larger stock of
. , Cigars, Snufl, Pipes, &.C.,
Than can be shown by any other house in the State.
AQ of which wul be lower llin can be bought else
where ia the city.
J. W.LANG LEY,
aog.2S-tf 44 Vnion street
CHEAP STOVES.
E have upwards of 200 Eeat-xg stoves for Coal
or Wood, of ail st vies and sixes.
PARLOR STOVES,
OFFICE STOVES.
CHURCH STOVES,
GAS AND SMOKE BURNING STOVES,
. SEVEN AND TEN P.LATE STOVES.
AS of which we will sell at cost fwith freight added)
for each. . MACKENZIE MLNlHIX,
sepl22-tf Xo 6 College street.
Tempest's Fioit Jarg.
WE nave on hand severai j J Jozen Quarts
and Half Gallons of thoe us Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and bet-t article yet invented lor
the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries !
i Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pie 1'iant !
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches !
Tempest's Jars preserve Plums I
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces !
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries t
Temjiesl'B Jars preserve Tomatoes !
; ie have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all stz-s.
ALSO. Ludlow's Glas and Tin Jars, all si2es which
we are offering at cost price, as we feet assured thut
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supercede all others.
Juneft-tf
Mackenzie & snxcinx.
XFlELVriAlL 1TEKART BUREAU,
. 4.80 Broadway, ITew York City.
.LECTURF7SPEECIIES,
(Political or otherwise,")
PAMPHLETS, Satire, termans, School Orations,
Compositions, Estays, Poems sr Letters, revw-d,
srracted or written by gentlemen of
FIRST CLASS LITERARY ABILITY,
- And Authors of acknowledged Talent.
,r. NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS, .
f all kinds reriaad, aorrected and prepared f'r the
' - TRANSLATIONS
la 1 rec.cn,. German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek, Kc
Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for reply.
4A11 commanicatioos held strictly conndeuual.
an.V rim -
TfH E IIO W E
SEWING MACHINE.
The undersigned having the HOWE SEWTXU HA
CHIXEa in osoin their families, and having thoroughly
eeMd them upon every variety of work, do net hesi
tate ! pronounce them the most simple, tite most
wei!y managed, and, emphatically, the ".Y .Plus
Cltra" ot Sewing Machines.
KAaHVILLE.
fjew Pr Ford,
W T Cartwnght,
Ceo A Leiper,
H Peifleir,
A W Smthwrth,
Mrs Lot i hart,
SAW, -CXavaga,
8 C Rogers,
A C Btth, -t
T Hardcastie,
V Pr;fl-v, - -
Mrs P J Coach,
" t, Newman,
JCMcCrory,
W H Minchia,
. W ti Hough,
HG Soaks,
Mrs James Wyatt,
" r. K Campbel',
,T M Brennan,
W L B Lawrence,
PrGW Currey.
" Tbos Ijeek,
B W McKinney,
Mrs E Pluoimer,
" JG MooreA
H B Plammer.
J W Gre?n,
J H Criddie,
John Qaiglcy
W C Hall,
Mrs. E Handle.
Qr J W Huddleeton,
" E Smith.
wtiiihisii CUCTY.
Kiss H S Short, Mrs 3 P Hildreth,
Mrs 8 B Trnitt, E A Richard.-,
1H Crouch, Mrs Mary M Bcale,
Joel Anderson, ' Misa Mary T Craig,
. - - Mrs L Hays.
FRAXKLIX COCXTT.
Cllften Tinory, - John Miller,
jlrs Tans, Mrs Williams,
Jonathan Corn, ' IS Pattee,
Mrs Sims, Mr Gregory,
ft B Truman; : " Guiilord,
Vn 6 Kmseiry, ' " Travis
apt 0 W Davis, 1 darks- A W Davis, Farettevtlle
SHerbtin, j viile. Mrs G Stroud, Morrison
J H PbubrookS, Columbia. ELC Witty, "
.4 Pkrrish, Cumberland W A Marshall, Rutherford
Irea Worfcu.
-county
KENTUCKY J
- Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs M A Girrm,
Mrs E A Yancey, .
Lafayette Smiliu . .
LTiwa, -Mrat
Wyatt,
4atoekaue,
UAXUUilA.
IMC Dunn, . J W Dunn,
Mrs A Gordon, . . ' Mrs C Knowlton,
jhn Davis, ... , , . Mrs S Daniels
VrDris, JTryon, .
. . 1 - ' ALABAMA J 8 Kelly
flhes mnrl railed MACHINES ars m& at the low
ie t $00 hemmers indaded. They gather ar I
V band at the same time, tititcb in cord?
ithMft (satening, hem, fell, bind, fce. Tber sew
t-T rmr ot work, front the UGHTErT "to th.
I AtXEoT, and are unquestionably the best Machioes
"1 I the swket for family nas. A Premium was award
I UM OuSt Si MAUkUXiL at the late tt air . .
f: : COIE BROS.
S Agents, .
M CnUigs strset, XaahviUe, Tenn.
b tj lvuu" ina western country. -
XORTH EmSDSnimuV13, SU3S0TRL
oOjOOO Copies already sold.
rVIM) Vnnnrio r n n
li I UUIDUUI'3 LA 11 I H it
.
COUNSELLOR Itf BUSINESS.
BY FRANK CHOSBY,
Of the Philadelphia Bar
It Tells Yon How to draw op Partnertkip Papers
ana gives general forms lor Agrte-
menu of all
Kinas, MUU tf Hale,
Leates and Petition.
It Tells You
How to draw up Bondtaai Mortgages,
Ajfidariti, Powers of Attorney, Sola
and BUU of Exchange, Receipts and
tieieates.
It Tells Yon The Laws for the Collection of Belts,
wna uie &aiuies or limitation, ana
amount and kind of property Ex
empt Irom tjeeutum in every state.
It .Tells Yon
How to maKe an Assignment proper
ly, witn forms lor Ion pan ton with
Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws ef
even slate
It .Tells Yon The legal relations existing between
Guardian and Ward, Master and
Apprentice, and Landlord and Ten
ant.
It Tells Yon
What constitutes Libel and Slander.
ana toe Law as to Marriage Umcer,
me wije's tiightxn Property, Di
vorce and A Iimon
It Tells YOU The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the JVaturaiuatiim Laws
of this country, and how to comply
witn tne same.
It Tells Yon
The Law concerning Pensions and bow
to obtain cne, and the PrertmpUon
uavos to I'uoiic lianas.
It Tells You
The Law for Patents, with made of
procedure in obtaining one, with In
terferences, Assignments and Table of
tees.
It Tells You
How to make your Will and how to
Administer on an Estate, with the
law and the requirements thereof in
every state.
It Tells You
The meaning of Law Terms in general
use, and explains to ycu the Legis
lative, Executive and Judicial Pow
ers of both the General and State
Governments
It Tells You
How to keep out of Law, by showing
now to do your business legally,
tnus savmg a vast amount ot prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
lis timeiy consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, postage paid, te
r eery tamer, Ecery Mecnanxe, Cocr Man of Husiness,
and Ererytjody in Every State, on receipt of $1,00 or in
law style ot binding at i,
Ciinnn a vi? !A"P mady
A. a enterprisng me
jverywhere, is selling the above work, as oar induce
ments to ali sucn are very liberal.
ur single copies or the Book, or for terms to aen
with other information, apply to or address
JOHN E. I0TIES. Publisher,
-Yo. 17 Sans St., Philadelphia, Pa
sept7-d3m
MEDICAL BOOKS.
All the Text Books used in the old and new schools.
For sale by JOHX YORK & CO
nov3 -. ' 3S Union Street.
400
BAGS Mixed Co;
400 Bags While Cjrn,
auu gacKs crats:
2U0 sacks fjorn Meal;
50 Bales Hay;
20 Bills Potatoes;
50 Ebls Onions;
Just received and for sale by
ocl6-tf COXRAD, CHAXDLER & CO.
Roots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises
&Ca &0
New Stock just received by
F. H. BLAC K M A N,
CUIUTEK OF MARKST STREET AND THE SQUARE.
ryHE undersigned begs leave to call the attention of
a. the public to nis nandsome ana comprehensive
stock of Goods in the above line, comprising all styles
ot
Ladies and Gentlemen' "Wear,
Negro B rowans,
And everwarietv of articles nsually kept in similar
establishments, all of which will be sold at Astonish
ingly L Prices. F. H-BLACEMAX.
ocl22-tr
Stores! Stores!! Stores!!!
T HAVE in store and now receiving the best selected
X assort men t of OOKING and HEATING STOVES,
llKACti, UKArti, c, everonered in 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 noted Common Moves tor Coal;
4 do straight, do do
5 do large Globe Coal Stove;
S do Open Franklin Coal Stoves;
2 do do do Wood do
S do Monkey Coal Stoves; -
5 do tinted Box stoves for Wood;
T and 10 Plated Wood Stoves;
sizes Kansas Parlor Stoves for Wood; - '
do Challenge Heaters for Coal;
2 do large extra Church Moves;
4 do Phoenix Coal Stove:
2 do Ironing and Wash-house Stoves;
Common Jamb and Mantle Grates;
Marbleized Iron Mantles and Grates, complete:
Wrought and Cast Iron Cooking Stoves for Wood
and Cn.il, of best make. J. W - Y ILSO.V,
oct 13 17, College St.
Fruit Jars.
I C5T received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi-
tf tionai supply oi rru it jars ana uans, say
225 doz. Willoughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " " " " 2 quarts
43 " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
A"o, on hand 200 doz. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
Quarts, for sealing up, all warranted.
Also, 12 bbls. best Clear Coal Oil, at lowest price by
barrel. J. w. wilso,
sept4-if ' 17 College St.
Tia
Roofing.
HAYTXG every facility in the way of workmen and
material ta do first-rate work with despatch, I
wul contract for Tinning routs, cither in the city or
country, at low rates, and and in every case warrant
saivtaction. Gutters, Piping Valley Cupping, fcc.,done
in the best manner. J. W. WILSOX,
feb$-t Oppisite Sewanee House.
DR KLNG'S DISPENSARY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
Y?fm DR. KIXG, formerly of Xew York, for
J'fT the latft four years of Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, natters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, ha is enabled to
cure all diseases ot a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
Xo 23 Deaiierick street, between Cherry and the Square,
econd story, wncre ne cures ail aiseases ot a private
nature.
Gonorhea cured without nauseous medicines or kv
erference with business-
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few davs, by an operation which causes ne pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so mucn.
fcyphilis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out" of neglect or bad treatment, can be enectually
cured in a tew davs. -
&aiMl Weakness. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought on in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the passions, a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering tne subject nnnt ior
business or society, and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any difficulty of
the Womb mar rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
ease, with alee enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King, So. 23
Ueadenck street. Nashville, lenn., will nave tne neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Office hours
from 9 o'clock in the morning until 0 in the evening.
julylO-indawly
Premium Harness.
C. L. HO WERTONf
No's. 9 and 10 Public Square, Nashville,
Harness - Maimracmrer.
tOACHand Buciry Harness of everv s tvle and aualitv
vkept constantly on hand and manufactured to or
der. Also, Buggy Collars, Kip and Hog Skin Collars
Bridles, Halters, aud all other articles made by Har
ness Manulaclurers all ot the best material and the
finest workmanship, ali of which will be sold as chean
taa con uc oou&.'iii anvwnere in tne cniled stales.
To C. L. HOWEKTOX'S Harness has been awarded
the Highest Premium at the Tennessee State Fair, the
Kentucky fetate air at Bowling Green, at the Lime
stone County Fair, Alabama ; Agricultural Society at
Ainens, sc. novl3-U
rnvmn : nuvni rn r-
I1V1IU31) aAaxiaajaast VV.)
. Produce and Commission
ME KC HANT
; 49 C3lJi0iISTC5XA2:BE0Al), , .
! KasliviUe, '.;Tcnnessee.V
hJ ' i" i . . : k; v .. i . -i --... ' -r.- . i . 4
,1 , . .1 . . - -.J-
i' mSf : i A i. ' - 1 ' " - -I tit . 1
FALL-AN BYINTER
-"TRADE.
VXTEare now receiving and opening a large andjje
V tect stock of SXaPLK AXD FAXCY,
GOODS
5
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
TRIMMINGS, Sec,
' , BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGAKS, ' -
Xeero extra size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Ctoth Caps, and a large stock of Variety Goods
i Threads oral! kinds, ana xanitee isoiions, ma., ex.
A larze stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid unseys, prmtea ana piain: an
wool Dclains and Cashmere. 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, vellow. red and gray Flannels; Cloths
Cassimers. Sattinetts. Jeans. Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths: Over Coatines:a laree stock of Shirts, Skirts
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, nose and
half Hose or every kind, sc., 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 Drawers. A full line of Clothes now m store, just
received. .
ALSO. 550 eases of Shoes. Boots and Bregana, Chi!'
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stock
is cn usually large, and will be sold under any body'i
prices in this market. ' . j ...
ALSO, a large stock of
CARPETING,-
Velvet and Brussels CarpetiDg, 3 and S ply half wool
and ail cotton Carpeting, Dutch ana bcolcn carpeting
which will be sold cheap.
ALSO,
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Augers, Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek.
um crusnes, .Blacking, u una ana uun laps, sc., cneap.
We nnwillinelT acknowledge that we have the larg
est stork of every description of Goods in the city of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that we intend iJ
SUA. TlitM. Our house SHALL be the neaa 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 can ana examine our
LARGE AXD EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sore. a
EDWARD TRABUE fc W. H. LUCUS,
Xo. 73 Public Square, Xashville, Tenn.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO! W. XORVELL, Entry, BiU Qerk and 'Salesman;
JAiifclS B. tMCttuc-salesman;
W. RAYMOXD. do:
HARDEX P. BOSTICKV do; last but not least
bv a pood deal.
These gemleraen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pay their notes when due.
aug24-tl IJCAtJClb c Litis.
TUABVJE &' 1a 13 CAS
Job Lots of Boots and Shoes-
"TTE have a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
T V and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper, can immeai
aiely as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms tip
stairs, No. 71j. ' - ' . .
JUCfcia-tt IttABlt s uiua
A. B. JfOSTOOMXBT.
J. W. STEW AST.
NEW FIRM.
5I0YTG01IERY & STEWART.
GROWERS AXD DEALERS LV
Fruits, Ornamental Trees, ,
Shrubs, Roses, &c, &c.
LLNWOOD NURSERY,
NASHVILLE. : : : : : : : TENNESSEE.
Three Miles from the Public Square on the Hillsboro'
or Broad Street Thurnpikc. ' .
aHE Proprietors, in offering this edition of their
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, lucir ruit Trees are well grown, remarKaDiy
thrifty, and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and the Southern States.
In addition to our large variety of Fruit Trees, we
call particular attention to our stock of Lerge Ever
greens and Onamental Trees, suitable for immediate
effect. Ours is the only establishment in the State
where such can be had. '
Xaming, Packing, Shipping and Transporting care
fully attended to.
Enough charged for packing to pay cost of material.
All plants delivered in Xashville free of charge.
Orders solicited. MOXTGOMERY & STEWART.
ocl26-d6m. Proprietors.
NOTICE!
W'E have this day sold our entire interest in the
Book, Stationery and Periodical Business.
Xo. 6 Union street to Mr. John T. Hagan and John D
W. Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under the style of Green k Co.
TrtUVAV I.TDri-AO
On retiring from the book business, we return our
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
us, and take pleasure in recommending our successors
as young men of experience in the business, and wor
thy in every way the conndence or the people.
a. w . jim.&u..jR,. ,
oct6-tf ' JOHX O. TREAXOR, "
3. lalMSmil-& CO.
XO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET, ' "
Xashvuuc, Tcxx. ,
XO 5 MAG AZIXE STREET,
-'---"--'- 7'" ' xrw Oblxaxs . La-",' '
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in Hides, Oil. Oak and Hemlock Sole Leather,
t Russet t and Wax Upper Kip, French and
, Am; ricao Calf Skin, Colored Roans,
Linings, Bindings, Moroccos, Har-
ness and Bridle Leather, and
Shoe Findings. S- ?
All orders for Hides, or consignments of Leather to
Xew Orleans, will receive the personal attention of
John Lumsden, and will -be executed with the same
promptitude and eare which have hereto! ore given such
satisfaction. Parties entrusting their orders to us. ad
dressed as above, may, with conndence, rely on their
mstrcutwos being carried out wtto ndetity. --. . . ,
mf xhe highest market price paid, in cash, lor
Hides.- - - - oct3l-lm
c Attention AH! V t ' -
WE have m tore; and for sale- cheap, a large 'as
sorunent of Safes, .which for durability, and
completeness ot manufacture stand unrivalled in the
United states. ' 3 mirj.i., tvnjrtM , ,
jan9-tf ' . cs a.and 8Marke at
Grass" Seeds.f
CiCi BARRELS Timothy Seed;'
lil 20 Blue Grrss ta;
2)
20 " Orchard Grass do;
- 20 - Herds Grass ."dn-" '
In store and for saie low by A. . . .
aepUJ , .. -' ; . -1 - - -1 nt'Un xovkza m w
50
BBLS Fagen's Epicurean, the beet article ia the
market, for sale by
oclo-lf , : ,--. CONRAD, CHAKDXS CO. -
W O 0 D S ;W;0 0D
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed, de
. livered in all Darts of the eily at short nuttoe
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
directing to uox. e:e f. v., or leaving oraers at mm t
Oce of the Yard, next to the Gas House, Cherry street .
oct:u-3m-, ,- j ' t '..r -
1 1 ) "I ' 1 '. " 1 in1.1.
A' CTIlTrVr A -'Twlta : rXSTAXT . RELIEF.
ijLO X XllxiXX sad '.PERMAKEST. CURE of
his distressing complaint qpe , .w-i
F E N DT'S
Bronchial.' iCigafettcs
Made by C & SEYMOUR A CO. , 107 XA3SAU ST., N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent rs by past..
FOR SALS AT ALL R'ffCISTS. "
Aunt
European Medical Icslitcte.
" :'- ;T(TromPmris.j .: ' .
No704 Broadway, above 4th Street,.?
t 'it NEW TORK. rv, . r ',z ct
THE necessity of giving to the public of the United
States, a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Disea.s of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. Sanson (for several years known
In this city as the most successful practitioner in that
class of affections) to extend his sojourn in Xew York
for another year. . - , .
He may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, "704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand hjs own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
Fior dot Ccayali, - ($2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or self-abuse, the
best remedy known in Eurepe. - --
His Preventive against Infection, f 1 per bottle. - ' -Ricord's
celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box suffioient to cure any case, $2 per box.
-- His Gonorrhoea Remedy cores that disagreeable af
fliction in 2 few days, $2. . .r-':
Best French Male Safes imported by himself at $3
perdoxen. -.-' -
All his French and Spanish Remedies for Affections
of Ladies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Physicians
only. ; - .- '
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
omce, at ovi Broadway, and that an lmposter is copy
ing verbally his advertisements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, wnere ne can be consulted m English, German
Italian, French or Spanish.
Letters should be addressed to Box 3576, P. 0-, Xew
xors.. jury24-awiy
Cholera, Flux, Dysentery.
Tyro family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
a. in tne Moose, cniidren are dymg daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
cure.
Debility from Heat.. .
While tho Thermometer ranees over 90 in the shade
the Graefenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 cts.
a package, makes the best strengthening Tonic in the
world. . For 25 cents you can make half a gallon of those
ueaun giving bitters, which aid the appetite, givepow
erto the constitution, regulate the bowels, and conquers
general aeDuity. jow is toe season tor ther use.
julyl3-tf MACKENZIE MTXCHTX.
' So Time to Wait for lie Doctor !
A BOUT these times all children w ill eat ereet fruit
l. At any moment of day or night they are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morbus; Dysenterry or Diar
rhaea. . Xo time then to send for a Doctor. The GrT-
cnberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves all such
cases. ' Xo family ought to be without it it in the bouse.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in the past tew years. Only 50 cents
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season.
A fresh lot just received.
mayl5-t MACKENZIE &MIXCHIX.
The Grafhenbers Vegetable Pills,
ARE THE. BEST IN" THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
- . And for -'
INDIGESTION ' CONSTIPATION HEAD
ACHE NEEVOUSNE LLIIOUSNESS
HEAKTETJEN ACIDITYN ATJS EA F L AT
TJLEHCE WANT Of APEIITE DYSPEP
SIA LTVXE COMPLAINI-GEIPINGS.
On account, of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, .or leave the
bowels in a eonstiputed condition, the Grajfhenberg
rins win oe iouna more pleasant man any otner.
STSlrice 25 cents per box. On the receijit of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postage
to auy part oi tne countrv. .
MACKENZIE k MTXCHIX,
scpt22-4f Xo. 14 CoUege street.
One ef the most popular and beneYolen
Institutions is
DOCTOR MESECKfS
Medical
Ulspcnsavy.
AXD ' "
CONSULTING BOOMS,
OX DEADER1CK STREET,
. Xaslrville, Tenn.
THE Doctor himself is an old Paretltloner, from the
old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably surmounten
all the trials of the new world, and battled and con
quered death of the whole range of diseases of our dif
ferent climates. South and North, so that the fame of
his success in the treatment of general and private
diseases is indisputable for which he has the most re
liable reference. -
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and murh gratification he feels, hr general,
Dy oeing entrustea witn desperate cases, tor to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, consci
entousness and discretion. - :
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting mm through letters, inclosing
fee, to Post-office Box Xo. 336.
His Family Residence is on Xorth Market street.
junel3-tf
: The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended the use of
a ; L.Ia. SW KliTS
MEDICATED SOAP
IXDUCES us to call the attention or all those afflicted
with Piles to it It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial effects It is the only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and speedy core.- If
yon are afflicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other medicine in connection with it. It is compounded
under the supervision of L. X. SWEET who will return
the money if no cure proceeds from its use.
ja For sale at Demoville's and Deerove's. and'bv
otner Druggists. junelo-tf
DRUGS AiYD MEDICINES.
A. II. R O S C OE & C O .,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
JfaahTille, Tenn.
X7E are prepared to execute orders far Drags
T mild irlediclues and all articles pertain
ng to the Drug Business, with despatch nd at tne
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article of as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put up that is of
a oouDtiuior sopnisucatea character. ,
It is our intention to maintain the reputation
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore , invite you to examine
our Block oetore buying elsewhere, believing we can
show jou inducements seldom offered in lhi or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
Soaps and Toilet Articles, White Lead, Linseed Oil,
lurjfcutiuo itu'i'hi,.vj'i jr? ouu nines ior meui
- aprio-tf
Great rreminm Attractions.
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N 08 -O h-eTTj t r e e t ,
NASBTnjJI-"TCwrssiT!L
oct23-tf..s.-. - v. -
liiiSlK
' ;3rflne we
v ' At Greatlj Rednced Prices. ,
50 V 50 ! ! ; : $50 i ll
Citj Bank Bills and all
solyent Banks 1 in South
Carolina, Georgia, Alaba
ma, Kentucky or . Tennes
see taken at par.
PRICES ESTABLISHED FOR 7
YEARS.
Owing to the severe pres
sure of the times, we have
reduced the price of these
unrivalled Machines from
The Howe Familj Sew
ingMachines are especial
ly adapted to the Southern
Trade, because they sew
Tarleton, IMusauito - Net-
. . . , ... . -, , ...
ting, Swiss Muslin, Home
spun, Osnaburgs, Jeans,
Kerseys, or Leather, with
equal facility jTusing Flax
Thread, Cotton or Silk.
They make the shuttle or
lock stitch, undoubtedly
the best made by Sewing
Machines. The Howe Sew
ing Machines - are strong,
simple and durable, and are
fully guaranteed in every
particular More " than
A. . r .
iour nunarea iamiues m
this vicinage have endorsed
their good qualities during
Jhe past year. ' V
Orr's &- McNaught's
Spool Cotton, the best in
the Market. - forlMachine
use at 50 cents "per dozen,
also a good assortment of
Flax Thread and; Silk at
prices to suit the times.
CONE BEOS., Agents,
54 COLLEGE STREET,
noT29-tf , , Nashville, Tesx
FUR SEASON
Opened at -
FRANCISCO'S.
OUR Fur Department is now opened for the inspec
tion of the ladies, where mav be found the lartrest
and best selected stock of ladies Furs ever brought to
tniscity t . A J FKAXC1SCU.
oct!7 . Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public Square.
mmmmi
Our Molesliin Ilat.
' HIS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
A. up for the Fall and Winter wear is far superior to
any yet offered. A. J. FRAXCISCO, .
octll - Ko. 23 Public Square.
Fall and Winter Styles of Soft
; Hats. :
WE would call especial attention to our large im
portation of French Black and Brown and Xant
Otter Hats, so popular in the South for Fall and Winter
wear. A J FRAXCISCO, .
oct!7 ; - Hatter and Furrier, Xo 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Hats and
: ' . , Caps.
SOME Xew and Beautiful styles, which we are now
offering fall Parisian designs) . to which we invite
the attention of parents. A J FRAXCISCO,
OCU7 (-r - v r r "No 23 Public Square
HEAD THE LATEST NEWS! !
The - Souther ner
f PATENT HOT AIR
X U A V5 a n T , L v K
( I Iv And Complete Cooking:
S T ; () v y E S
THE wonderful effect, of this Invent ion' must" be
witnessed to be believed. - . .
It Erqnires Less Wood fir Batins::-1
than is consumed in kindling fires in ordinarv onna
and Stoves. . . . ... .. ... . ; ...
0.E CORD OF HARD WOOD
Will be sufflcient to cook In it for a family a whole
year. It cooks in about one half the time ordinarily
required, and the heat ij regulated with such preda
wn that scarcely any skill or care is necessary to coot
with absolute perfection. Meats are roasted thoreugn
ly with the tnsst desirable uniformity, and come from
it to the table juicy and tender. Bread is baked with
or without a hard crust, as desired, and will remain
fresh and son much longer than bread baked in other
ovens. - Another very Important advantage is, that the
bwoyo wneu cook in g ordinarily gives out so iiuie beat
to the surrounding air that it will not kindle friction
matches laid iltxm It. sa thai, in sumnwrit e.amelv
heats the room at all 5 but in winter, by opening one
ot the doors, it will heat the room with about oner
fourth the wood retired by any stove in use. For
sale by - MACKEXZ1E k MLXCHIX, ' ....
acce-tr - Agents ior tne Patentees. . -
COAL, I COAL! COAL!,.,
TTXTTL further notice, will' be sold at the Yard of
IJ the Raccoon Mountam "Coal "Company (formerly.
Atna) at the Collowing prices: -
lAimpuoat, per uta 00
Round Coal, ,. ' " 6 00
Nut Coal, :.-.'. 4 00
Blacksntith,sdo--1';. 3 60 "
Mr. Jobs B. Lano wilt in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place. '" ' ' '
General Superintendent R. M. C, Co.
: Kastavllto, August 18, IMOl . 4 ,
acT- orders can ow ten m box mo. H. pcst oxoe. or
at the Yard, bade Of the Kaahvlile and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot. : . v. JOHX B. LAXG, -
fsrs
JOH2f H. ASSEBSON.
HURCn,-AADERSONr & CO.".
, J J Wholesale s Grocers,
- " . -' .'---:. ixTj-;--':--tv -. -
. Coiuruission Mcvcliants,
t j 3To. 0 College street, r . . , .
. IVasnTille, Tennessee. :
mar29-tf -
Oats! Oats!!
1 fi ff BC5HELS of A Xo. 1 Oats, just received
1U VU and for sale by
mar22-tf CHURCH, AXDERSOX & CO.
? Hungarian . Grass Seed.
WE have on hand a large quantity of the best
Hungarian Grass Seed which we are selling low.
mar29-tf CHURCH, AXDERSOX k CO.
. t Tar! Tar I . :
WE have Just received a large lot of TAR, and are
offering it at the lowest figure.
- mar29-tf - CHURCH, AXDERSOX & CO.
; W It ky ! Wliisky ! Wliisky !
WE have in store a large quantity of the best of
all kinds ot the purest WHLSKY. Ail ye lovers
of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
mar29-tf - CHURCH, AXDEItaOX & CO.
M. A: PAERISH & CO.,
Produce, Commission
: ' " AXD "
FORWARDIXG MERCHANTS,
ITrontlnsr on College) aud Starltet sin.,
- South of It road,
Kaslivlllc, Tenncsssee.
. . HAY.
600 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
low by M A PARRIiH A; CO.
. BALED OATS.
. 100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, lust received and for
sal. by . ii a rAiuusn s, uj.
- CRUSHED CORX.
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
ma. rjLtLai-t at to.
WHITE AXD BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats;
800 " Black "
mt reoeived and for salo by "MA PARRISH & CO
XESHAXXi CK POTATOES.
200 barrels Xorthorn Potatoes. iuit received and
for
la by MA PARRISH & CO
WHEAT BRAX.
800 bags Wheat Bran, just received and for sale by
CORX
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;'
- 1000 " Ear "
Just received and for sale by
M A PARRISH & CO.
- - CORX MEAL.
250 bags fine Corn Meal;
100 " Bolted "
Just received and for saie by MA PARRIrH & CO
- SEED RYE.
' 100 bags Xo 1 Rye, just received and for sole cheap
by - . a 1 .i.i.ix & w.
Most of the above articles are on eonsignment, as
well as many others not mentioned in tu above list
all of which will be sold chean in order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our lioe would do well to call aud examine our
stock belore purcaasing eisownere.
octS-tf MA PARRISH i CO
Just rfeeived by 31. A Parrish & Co.
200
BAGS Crushed Corn;
100 bags Family Meal:
350 bat's White Meal Corn.
prlft-tf
Auction and Ccmissieii Card.
TO SOUTHERN MEKChInTS AD DEALERS.
rpHE subscribers have epened a large and extensive
JL bouse tcrr tne transaction or a strictly u.hjiis
SIOX BUSINIia AXD UEXERAL AGENCY, with ar
rangements for the constant reception of all kinds of
(ioods, wares, Mercnanatze ana 3ianuiauiures in iub
various departments of Trade.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied and
constantly changing stock, as the larger portion of our
consignments are from manulactures, first hands, or
thosebreed to sell to raise funds. Keep in view Hint 'the
money is made in tne purcua.se.' uruess laitmuiiy at
tended to when accompanied bv the cash.
BEX J. F. SHIELDS k CO.,
Central Stores, Xo. 27 and 29 College St.,
feb8-tf Xashville, Tenn.
A.
U1YA - fc
CO
. IMPORTERS
Direct through the Custom-house of Xashville.
AXD DEALERS IX
Wines. Brandies, & c,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Itaiyi
, Havana Cigars, Olivs Oil,
No. 30 Aorta Market street,
" - (Xext door above the Watson House,)
NASH VI LLE. TENNESSEE.
WE have established a house in this city for the
purpose of vending fine WIXE3, BRAXDIES,
CIUAKS, &c., sc., and Keep constantly on luuiu sever
al qualities ot Wines and Brandies, which have never
before been Imported into this State.
We import eur Goods direct, (one of our firm being
in Europe much of his time.) and PAY' THE COTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGX ARTICLES
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHN M, SECRIST,
WHOLESALE DEALER
IN ALL. -KINDS OF
GRAIN All PRODUCE,
Cincinnati, Ohio.
. Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. AugSl-om
HI., C. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Cherry st?.,
Nashville, Tenn.,
"T7 ESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Merchan
Lv dise of all classes. Satisfaction given to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Consignees
or goods tot his market wih find my auction sooms well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold without delay and
the money paid over forthwith. -
X. B. Xo goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
signments. mar 26
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court oi
; TENNESSEE,
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
, by. J " .
Abraham Cartttliers,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
' For sale in Xashville by
. , . , ; . JOHX YORK k CO.,
junelO-tf : . Xo. 3S Unien street.
KOCSE. SIGN AXD ORNAMENTAL PALYTEB,
No. 75 IVortlx Market ntreet, ir
Opposite Myers, Hunt & Co.'s Carriage Shop. :
gf All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch. ' . , . septll-u
JOH-X SCOTT.
CLECOA-f SCOTT.
J WIliliM C. SCOTT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
Co mission Mercaauts.
KO. LOCUST STREET, "
- ' vj . St. Lo
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
Doing any r ocii-oin
- A Card to Families.'
WEnaveon sale a flue Brett Carriage, second hand;
One Phaeton Carriage, new.One superb Barouche,
second hand; One large Family Carriage, second hand ;
Fine second hand Piano, good make. All of which
will be sold very cheap, to close, by
sept20-tf - Central Auction Rooms, 27 College t.
COPARTNERS HIP NOTICE.
I have this da v. associated with me in the Boos
business, MR. JBR UTLAXD and MR. JXO. EAST
: J'i ; i ; F. BAM as.-;
, MAOAS, ' " J. BCTLAXn, . JSO. EASTKAJI
BOOK " SELLEBS : AXD STATIOXEBS,
, . . 41 College Street,
Anz- ; - " " ' asuViiie,Teuu.
PR: F.6A; kauefner;
nOMffiOPATHIC
lUysiciau .ana Surjien,
' Xo. 23 (up stairs) Cedar at., Xashville, Tenn.
OOce hours until 9 A. M., between 1 aad I P. iL. and
between 7 and 8 P. M.
References Ore. Hartna k Lipoie. Phlladelnhla. Pa .
aad Drs. Caspar Shler, LstusTllie, Ky. . .
CHCBCH AJTOEBSOX.. ......
ashnlle and Chattanooga R. R.
Change of Schedule.
: - OS AXD AFTER
Sunday, November 11th,' I860.
Passenger Trains will run as follows: - - "" -
. - - - COIXG EAST. . .-T
Leave Xashville at 320 a. x. and S r. x..
Arrive at Chattanooga 10 P. K. and 1:45 A. V. "
' " COMTXG WEST.
Leave Chattanooga at 7-50 a. m. and 720 T. it
Arrive at Xashville at 620 r. jl and 8 a. m. . "
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knoxvule,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, Xew Or
leans, tc. -- - -
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Raiiroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and West
ern and Atlantic Railroads. . -
Through tickets may be bad at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at otSce at Depot, to the following
places and at the following prices, viz :
Xashville to Xew York, via. Charleston, S. C.
$27 75
20 35
i T. k a. route,
Savannah " 27 75
Philadelphia, " " " 27 60
Baltimore, " " . " 25 75
Washington, " " " 25 50
Richmond, " " " 25 00
Petersburg, " " 25 00
Lvnchburg, 23 76
Salem, 1 21 69
Big Tunnel, I 20 75
Christiansburg, f Virginia Springs, 20 75
Shawsville, J 20 75
Knozvilie, 10 60
Charleston, . 21 00
Savannah, 21 00
Macon, " 15 00
Augusu, 16 60
Atlanta, 11 00
Columbus, 16 60
Montgomery, 18 00
Uur.tsviile, 7 00
Grand Junction, 11 00
Memphis, 12 00
Xew Orleans, 25 00
Holly Springs, Miss., 12 00
Canton, IS 60
Fayetteville, 4 90
McMinnville, 4 30
novl2-tf
E. W. COLE. Snperintendent.
Notice to Shippers.
r' being of the utmost importance for the proper
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular unitorm rate of speed, which can only be ae.
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
ordur that the freight trains may be run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after ihir
ty days from this date, freight will be received by the
Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at Eched
uie stations oniv. ,
Rates on Flour Reduced,
O HE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad wili receive
X at Nashville, Wartrace, Sneibyviil and Stations
on X. Ac C. K. R. tx twetn Nashville and Wai-traoe, aud
give through receipts for Kkiur by Car load to trharles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar por barrel through. .
E. W. COLE,
Sup't of Transportation X. A: C. R. R.
janJ-tf ; .
Express to Glarksville.
' I 'ta. Southern Express Company respectfully an
X nounce thut thry are now running heskkxusks
through to Ciarksvilie, via. E. k K- and AL C k L. Rail
cars, and are preiwred to forward to that place and in
tervenlug points with promptness and dispatch all
goods usually sont by express. They will aiso lorward
te all places on stage routes, connecting with the above
Raiiroods. Bills, notes, lira! us, etc, collected and
prompt return niade. : ,
1X3- OiEce Xo. 19 Public Square. - .
Ivilil7-tf A. K. HOLT, Superintendent. .
Jasper Brandt llailroad.
Omen Xash. k Chat. Ratlroao Co.
October 3, 1S59. J
BY' orJr of the Board of Directors 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 Comany as follows :
One dollar on each share on tne 1st of November, ol
1559, and two dollars on each share on the 1st day ot
December, 1859, January, February, March, April
May, June, July, August, September, -October
and November, 1S60.
Payment may be made to Jackson Pryor, at Jas
per, or to the Trensuer at bis oflice in Ndshviile. '
Promptness in meeting these calls is requested of
subscribers of stock, as the construction of the road
depends exclusively on the means provided specifically
for that purpose.
oct4-tf Yf. A. G LEAVES, Treasurer.
EXPIJESS FREIGHT.
THE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from CharlcsUin and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. Xo delay to freights
by this route. - E. W. CuLE,
jan27-tf . . Supt.
Charleston and Savannah -F
I lu IUUT.L1X K S
Eaies Cednceiand Sperd Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
alter the 24th of December, 1S59, through rates
from New York to Nashviiie:
First Class, per 100 pounds:...... ....$1 64
Second Class, ' - " 135
Third Class, " " ..116
Fourth Class, ' " " 99
Hats, Caps and Bonnets...... 2 25
Time Irom Savannah and Charleston to Xashville three,
three aud a halt and four days.
Time from New Y'ork and Philadelphia, seven and a
haif, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
ines. -
No detentions by Ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Xashville aad Chattanooga Railroad on
aelivery. C. W. AXDERSOX.
dec23-tf - . -.
Freight to Sew York end Philadelphia
r . .. .on !
Cotton and Vlour,
VIA.
CHARLESTON AND SA VAN2SALZ .
Cotton per bale of not more than 600 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 4b
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and ex)ense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from Xew
York to foreign ports at yi to 2-16 less than cotton not
compressed.
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. AXDERSOX,
dec23-tf . General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
VIA .
Cincinnati.
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Utile Piiami and Columbus and
Xemaan'
CIS'TI, BASHLTOS & DAYTOX
1860 SSlpa 1860
From CIXCIXXATI to
Boston in 32K hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Xew York in 30, hours.
Baltimore in 24 Ji hours. '
Albany in 25 hours. .
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in hours.
Stoubensviile in 10.1$ hours
Zanesviile in 6 hours.
Toloda in 9 hours. -lZXiours.v
.. - .
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Bunalu in 15 hours. 1
Cleveland in 8K hours.
W heeland in 8i hours.
Crestline In 6 hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
jjetron in
Thron?h Trains l ave l'ii;cinnati as followif
TiSO A. 1I. EXPRESS From Little Miama
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton k Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Buliaio;
via. Columbus, Crestline and nusDuig: via. coiumous.
Steubensville and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, DeUiar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bella ir and Ben wood. 4 , ,
Tttfl "A- HI- EtPUEi From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Detroit Depot, also connecW via. Lama,
Toledo, Detroit and Ginaila; via.. Dayton, Clyde and
Sandusky. - - '
io.a; m. HXPHE.S -From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Benwood;
via. Columbus. Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline, and Pittsburg ; Columbus, Clevelrcd,
R I. Jl. EX HES From Ctnelnnati. Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, -Detroit and
Canada; via. Daytou,XJyde and Sandusky. - .
JlodeniMeeplngl'sn on tills Train.
... a 1
. VftK Vl.UU,
11 P. II. EXf'RES From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Coluiubusitoubensviiie and Pitts
burg: via. Columbus, Belliar una Pittsburg: via. Co
lumbus, Belliar and Benwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and Pittsburg: via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
Buflaio. " " " - - - . -v
.notlerat.MecpIus ( ars ou ibis Xrntu.
Passengers or Lake Steimrs, leaving Cincin-
niti at 7:30 A. XL . have a h.nrs in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct e jnaectioES.
T7i 6 P. AIr Express,' Saturdays, makes all con
nections as advtrtued. exctptjor JJetroU
" ' ' 'and points in Canada. . ..
The Xight Express runs Daily, Saturdays' exceDted.
All other Trains run Daily .Saturdays excepted.. ,
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which isTMinntas
faster man ClClXvAATl TliLE. -
Bassase Ciecllit' Through to
. all Eastern Cities.. ' "
y Passengers should bear In mind that the "CCi-'
aXNATIJLLis the OLD and. FAV0K11X RtiUlE,- Coa-
neclKius are made iruui'ily, tn Roads are thoroughly
" r , auu aii mouei a improvements aaoji
iusurmg smso, cuiifobt and SA1 El Y. ; ; r- .
TIIIlOrGIl TICKETS ;
Are sold at all the PiOXCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in lha VtaI and AOUIU. Ask for Tickets
via-CLNCIXXATL . , . . -
' P. W. SIRAX'ER, General Ticket Agent, Cinti.
juneSO-lf : ...... i. . .... . . .. .
Seed Rye! ;
400
BAGS Sed Rye, a 2Ta. I article, for sals tow
te close the lot '
j0t xt - - COXRAXi.CaAi-IfLES k CO, "t
GrcaVi.at?.onaV-Rftate.
LToBaltlmorTEliltade IpHiai
M7Y - YORK1 AM) ROSTO
" AXI ONLY -BOAJ TO
J Washington Xlity;:
C E N T II A O H I O
AM) BALTIMORE AXD OHIO"
rr ERMTXATK at Baltimore and Washington City on
! the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Hailroads tor and from all
points in, .... : , cZt'' .a"-' -'
. The WcstL Southwest and 5orthwfsC
' Passengers by this route can visit the cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to Xew 'York or Boston alone by ether
lines. . " - . - -
Through tickets can be procured via Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional diargs ef twa
dollars only. "'
Sleeping cars attached to all night trams. - - '- --
- tickets good .until, used.
With the privilege of stopping- off at all principal
points... ,
Business mon or Travelers, for pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for its won
derful beauty an-1 sublimity; it Is unequalled in the
world. Its tiystem of Day and Night track Police; its
splendid equipment its exclusive Telegraph Lines; its
large amount of double track; its fins Hotels (under
the surveillance of the Company) ensures to the pas
senger SPEED. SAFETY AND COMFORT
Through Tickets and baggage checks can be Obtained
at ail the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices in
the West.
Aok lor Tickets via., Baltimore aad Ohio
Railroad.
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
E. F. FUIJ-ER, General Western Agent. "
J. W. EROWX, Gen 'I Ticket Agent, CO. R.B."
aprUlS
ljouisvlllc and t.islivillc
. RAILROAD.
ISM
1SG0. Fall and Winter Schedules, 1S5I
Commencing SUXDAY, X0V. 23TH, 1S60, Trains will
run as follows
Train Xo. 1.
2.15 A. M.,
85 . "
4:60 " "
6:60,
Tram Xo. 4.
a is p. m.
4:47 '
fi?45 '
Leave Xashville,
Arrive at Gallatin ,
" " Franklin,
; . " -" Bowling Green.
" Cave City,
" Louisville,
7:15 Breakfast,
7ao .
' n:t a a. M.
11:45 '
RETURNING.
Leave Louisville, . . T.-45 A. M., 70 P. M.
Arrive at Xsshville, - 6:0J P. M., " 6j00 A. Mj
GALLATIX ACC0MM0DATI0X.
Leave Xashville at 3:08 P. K., Arrive at Gallatin at
65 P.M. Returning, leave Gallatin at 80 A M.,
and arrive at Xashville at 90 A. M.
. TRAIX XO. 1 runs daily all other trams daily, Sun
day's excepted.
. TRAIX XO. 1 makes direct connection at Louisville
for Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Washington City, Philadelphia, Xew York and Bosloa.
Both Trains make direct connection for Cincinnati.
Indianajiolis, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points. Xorth
and XortbwHst. - ....
I hrough Tickets for sale at the Depot for all princi
pal points East, North and est.
. nov29-dtf - .J. a AXDERSOX, Superintendent. :
Nashville & Decatur Railroad
P3f
Complttc from. SahTill6 to " Detutnr.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAIX3 WILL COMMENCE RUN-
ningfrom Nashville to Decatur, Grand Junction,
Memphis, Jackson, Tenu., Canton, Jucksi, Miss., and
Xew Orleans, on 'EDNEDAY, NtA'tMBtR2lM,1860,
making close connections Xrth and south. . .
'the shortest and mrvl reliable route, passing through
the finest oi tarns of Tennessee and Alabama, having
gentieu anly conductors, and making quick time. X
Line can oQer greater inducements to travelers than
this route. . ".. . - . . -
The Passenger Trains over this Road will leave Xash
ville at 7 A. M., and 6:30 P. M. Arrive at Xashville at
1.20 A. M.; and 1.-20 P. M. - -. -.
Freight Tr ins leave Nashville at 5:16 A. M. "Arrive'
at Xashville at 630 P.M. W. OX. PERKIXS, '
novl7-tf . - General Super in ten-lent,
,
Georgia "Western Sailroad.
OrncE Georuij Wid-ierjc Rahmxti Co., J .
Atlanta, Xov. 17th, 1S80.
T a meeting of the Board of Directors, held this'
diy, it was . .... . -. ,
Radioed, That taking into consideration the threat-.
ening aspect of political aiTaus, and the consequent -stringency
in tlut mouy market tee board of Direc
tors deem it prudent to postpone the proposed letting
of contracts on the Georgia Western Railroad until
March or April next, of which due notice will be .
Kiven- - - - .
Resolved, That an instalment of one dollar per g' are
be called in, payable on the first day of l-eoember next,.
at the office of the Company in Atlanta, in lieu of the
ten per cent, called in, payable at lh aforesaid titn7
and place.
ReauLoed, That the Chief Engineer be instructed to '
continue in service the corps of Assistant Enaineeis, la'
order top epare the whole work for letting between
Atlanta and the Western terminus, i W. P. ORME,
nov24-tf r . . ........ Secretary. .
Edgtfit-ld & Kentucky Railroad.
Nasliville to Claiksville, Hop
kiusTille, Ilenderson &c. -
- WINTER SCHEDULE. -
Only one train each way daily, Sundas excepted.
Leave Xashville at 245 P.M. - it
Arrive at Nashville at 10:16 A. M. .
Trains connect at Tait's Station with Slaughter ft
Co.'s daily Ime of Four Horse Coaches for Hopakins
ville, Ky., via rent m, Pembroke, Ac
From Uopkinsville stages leave daily for Columbus,
Ky ., Paducah, Smithland, EddyviUe and Henderson. -
Fare from Xrshville to Hopkinsvill $4 .'0.
A. AXDERSOX,
decl-tf Chief Engineer, E k K B E.
$3,000,000 infold!.:
Pike's Peak and the Golden CHy !
TRAVELERS FOB - - ' ' -
Missouri,
Illinois, -
Iowa, ' .'
Kania!, " ' ' V.
Nebraska, w
, Wiscousiu,
" "New Mexico, V
California and
Utah Ten itory,
WILL please take notice that
the first class passenger steamers
' C. E. HILLMAN, Corbitt, Master,
Leaves here every TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock, connecticf
at Cairo with Uiinois, Central Railroad, and at St.
Louis with all the Railroad and Steamboat Lanes to all
Western points. . ' '- -
AXD on every satl rdat, tun
famous and fleet packet
B. M. RUNYAN, Miller, Master,
Leaves this port, connecting as above. .
. This Route for ail persons going West is the cheapest
and most expeditious. For Freight or Passage apply
on board or to , A- HAMILTON, Agent. ,c-
nov23-tf -
1860. REGULAR 1861.
Xasiuille aad Uucinali Packet.
THE FIXE ETEaVIEK
C LI JrJP K E);
TOM. BRUCE, raptain, - JOHXf. H0PE3X3, Oerk. "
'I HE steamer CLIPPER nas entered, as regular'
1 packet, between this city and alt intermedial
ports and Cincinnati, ana will continue during the en
tire Be-son. Havu g e .per jor aucuminudatttins for
Passengers, she itfcis every uiducetneut fur the Safe
and Sfedy conveyance of Um traveueg publio. r lb
utmost attention wiu om paid to tne interval ot all snip
pers. -c r- ; f H. H-HAtRiaoX, Agent.' -
xAUYILLirtinEY'01,IXiXS
; EegTilar Packets is.r
The good and reliable Steamers T, . ... ;. :4 .
v , RED ROVtR, &TROXO, Maefer, : '
- .; JAMES WOolS, Boyd, Master. V
i . JAMES JQHXSON, . Juuxsos, Master.
U7 ILL make regular trips In toe Xashvii: and Xew
Orleans Traau tUruugboct the boason These
Boats are in Hue urai-r , and otter superior Inducements
to the traveling auu shipping pub.ic Fer Fnnht or
Passage apply un board, w to.
vi3-ti - - A.HAMILTOX.Agsnt
LAKE FIS1I, FREMI OISTa-RS:
WILD GAME. : r
XO . 1 DBAD Eli 1 CIC STIIEI1T. ' :
V graitli & HepheRS, . i-a
WOULD respectfully annc-uuee to ths citisesji of
NasUviile IhaltUty hnv cpoied a Lpot on 7
DaJritk ures-t, where Uicy wuMid to keep aeoustant.i
sryof the fl'estLAKA FUmI, Rail", Wt OVi- ,
TtJis,andaU kmoaof WILD iiAMX, wawa iaey U -
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