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WANTED IV EXCHANGE FOR-fet
1 n r GTw-?var P?flETfe&$i
I M. 3? O E T IE K, Sj
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS,
Cigars, Tobacco, &c,
. tCCH AS
m&Bmitom, Old B, JfoaoaaTnla. Irish and Scoth. 'Wkisty, CogTiae, French, SieTy, reach
and Apple Braadtes; Fort, Hiieria, Malaya, Chara-ajTie and Catawba Wines:
Scotch ana HjUaai.Cin, aai allothir a x grad oi .Liquors that can be
loand in the Western Country.
TfOSJS, STOCK. PRODUCE, c., IAKL-i L titUi
Xj Wild or Improved Lands, at Ch Prices, where the
4f a piece of land a bill or Liquors, cigars, iooaccu, tc,
biji PrM ma take our mv in one-third cash, and two
Parties exchanging- Lands for Liquors, c, can hare the total amount of the bill an at one time, or they can
el the trade with as, and order the goods in large or small quantities, and onlv pay the one-third cash pay.
aoil oa each order, or we will sell at low figures for a small proportion. Cash, and eive ions
mu ew vMm oaunnw n . """ " " -
' sept 10-ly 50- 2S
rpGS Cbpartaership heretofore existing under the
L style of fcdwards, Gilkesoo a Co., is this day
diaolred by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkeaon retir
ing from the nna.
July 15,1860. JO. EDWARDS,
- J. K. GILKEsOV,
E. P. LDAKDS.
jo. mow arm. v. a. lata. a. p. kswabds.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(scccsssobs to eswabds, gilkxrhw k oo.)
, ' - . : WILL COXTIXCE THE
F05WARDI5G AND COflHIStfOX BUilSEsS
M the old stand, vomer cf College and Chunk sts.
su mtwinci. a. r. varus, a. KiBsraTBica.
KIRKPATRIUK &. CO.,
C0MISSI0J& FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
CLARE, GREGORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
CLAltK & FULLER'S
To whom ail orders must be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Kedicinee
Ladies' Oil Xoilet Cream. Cccoannt
SI College Street, Opposite Sewanee Eonse,
MORE NEGROES L A CASE!
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FIXE
Among which mar be round every SHADE of the
rsry large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union street.
aprSl-tf J. W. LANG LEY.
T O B A V 'V, 6
TO PLEASE ETERYEODT AT
W 1 O Ia "E S A. 1a lu.
RANGING from thirteen cents to one dollar per
pound, porcbaaed with a view lo
And will be sold with the same '-hideot mocfer," in
Also, & much larger stock of
Cigars, Snufl, Pipes, &.C.,
Than can be shown by any other house in the State.
Ail of which will be lower than can be bought else
where la the city.
J. W.LANG LEY,
ang.2S-tf 44 Cnion street
WE hare upwards of 200 Ifratinir stoves for Coal
or Wood, of ail styles and sizes.
GAS ASD SMOKE BURNING STOVES,
SEVEN AND TEN PLATE STOVES.
All of which we w&l eell at cost (with freight added)
for cash. m..ftA7.iK JIl.Ni HIN,
sept2-tf 'o 6 C liege street.
Tempest's Fiolt Jiry,
WE have on hand sererak j 'dozen Qjarta
and Half Gallons of these us Frail Jars.
The simplest, cceapet and best article yet invented lor
the preservation of Fnut a&d Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries !
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries t
Tempest's Jars preserve Pie Plant t
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches !
Tempest's Jars preserve Plums !
Tempest's Jars preserve Quoices !
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
te have a fall supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizes.
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes which
we are offering at cost price, as we feel assured that
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supercede all others.
JFJI1N1I11L 1TEKAKY IUREAU,
480 Broadway, Sew York City.
- - . '- - (PoliUcal or otherwise,)
PAMPHLETS, Satires, Sermon?, School Orations,
Compositions, Essays, Poems or Letters, revised,
corrected or written by gentlemen of
FIRST CLASS LITERARY ABILITY,
And Authors of acknowledged Talent.
NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS,
f all kinds revised, corrected and prepared for the
,f . TRANSLATIONS
- la trench, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Greek, kt
Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for reply.
Air All communications held strictly conSdenliaL
T II hi IX o w s:
The andersigned having the HOWE SEWING MA
CHIX53 in navin their famuies,and having thoroughly
ested them upon every variety of work, do n t hesi-
tat t pronounce them the most simple, tiiemosi
easily managed, and, emphatically, the "-Yd Pliu
Cltrs" of Sewing Machines.
W G Hough,
Mrs James Wyatt,
T M Bresnan,
It G W Currey.
B W McKicney,
Mrs E Piummer,
J G Moore J
H B Ptumme. ,
J W Green,
J H Cridule,
W U Haii,
W T Cartwright,
Ceo A Leiper,
. A W Sou til worth,
S C Rogers,
P P Harocaatle,
Mrs P J touch,
44 L Xewmaa,
W H Mmchm,
Or J W Haddleetoo,
Mrs. fc Handle,
" E Smith,
wit r 1 1 wnv cul vtv
ICas H S Short, Mrs s P UildreUs,
Mrs a E Tniltl. E a Richardson,
- M H Crouch, Mr Mary M Beaie
- - Joel Anderaon, UnlUrTCnlf
... Mrs I, Uaya.
.CUtAB Emory, . John Miller,
lira Tana, Mrs Wuliams,
Jveathaa Cotx, la Pattee,
, Mrs Sims, . Mrs Gregory,
9BTramaa. . . . . Gurnard,
Mrs S Kmoeliy, . Travn
Cp0 W Carls, CJarka- A W Uavs, FavetteTi!!
JlHerMia, J ruisi. Mrs U Stroud, Morr sua
J H fUbrooka,' Columbia. E LC Wiuy, "
A P Parnslt, Combcriaad, V A ManJiaH, Retberford
Iroa Works. county
C LTsoa, ,- j(r ii A BosBeU,
Mr E Wyatt, Mrs M A Girvin,'
Mrs E A Yancey.
J W Pons,
Mrs C Ejoowltoa,
Mrs A Gordon,
kra H Par;
- -ALABAMA J 8 Kelly
The anrtrailad MACHINES are sold at the iow
W toil heininim included. They gather an I
ha band at the aasa time, StiLch m cord
wuhoot faeteomg, hem, leU, bind. Ac. Thev sew
TVrTT7 " irork '"W th lJGrfTFT'to tin
I I T: aad r OT"l"ttoaabry the best Machine
I 7T..r tamiiy use, a Premium was award
ACUIXE at the iai Mate Fair
CONE IIUOS. Aeeuta.
a uaas street, SaahriUa, T
- NOi A x o OUR GOODS, or we will exchanre for
titles are perfect. Our terms will be to sell the owner
or sucn an assortment as he may select, at our lowest
- thirds in Land.
a v w uc touna in iae estern country
C II. TYLHt t-
NOCTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS, M1SSOCTJ.
50,000 Copies already sold.
EVERYBODY'S LAW YE R
COUNSELLOR L BUSINESS,
nr FRANK CBOBI,
Of the Philadelphia Bar,
It Tells You How to draw up Partnertkip Popart
ana gives general lorms lor Agree
ment of all Linda, BiOt f Sale,
Leaxe and Petition.
It TellS Ton How to draw up boudiaxii Mortgages,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, A'otes
and Bills of Exchange, Receipts and
It Tells YOU The Laws for the Collection of DrtU
with the Statutes of Limitation, and
amount and kind of property Ex
empt Irom tueeutum in every state
It Tells YOU now to make an Assiijnment proper
ly, with forms for Cumpositicn with
Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws ei
It Tells Yoa The iegal relations existing between
Ouardum and Ward, Master and
Apprentice, and iandiard and Zen
It Tells YOU What constitute LM and Slander,
and the Law as to Marriage Doicer,
tae ive Amttn Property, in
voire and A hmony
It Tells YOU The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
Sate, and the Naturalisation Lave
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-Emption
Lata to PuUie Lands.
It Tells You The Law for Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtain ins: one, with In-
terferenca, Assignment and Table cf
It Tells You How to make yocr Win and how to
Administer on an Estate, with the
law and the requirements thereof id
It Tells YOU The meaning of Lata Terms In general
use, and explains to vou the Leois-
lalive. Executive end Judicial Pow
ers of both the General and Stale
It Tells You How to keep out of Law, by showing
how to do your business legally,
thus saving a vast amount ot prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
Single copies will be sent by mail, postage paid, to
Every farmer. Every Mechanic, Every Man of Business,
and Everybody in Every State, on receipt of $1,00 or in
law style o( binding at f
$1000 A YEAR
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 other information, apply to or address
JOBS E. I0T1ES. PuViaher.
Ad. 617 Sans st. , Ph Uadelphia, Pa
All the Text Books used in the old and new schools.
For Sil.e t.v JuHN' YORK CO
oov3 S3 I'd ion street.
4nn BAGS Mixed C";
400 Bags White CTB,
600 S-tks Oils:
2u0 sacks C'xn Meal;
50 Boles Hay;
20 Bbis Potatoes;
50 Bills Onions;
Just received an J tor sale bv
oc;6-tf CO.NKAD, CHANDLER & CO.
Boots, Mioe?, Tniuk.3, Valises
New Stock just received by
F. H. BLAC K M A 1M ,
COE3EB. OF ILAKKEr STRUCT a3D THK SQCAKE.
'T'HE undersigned bees leave to call the attention of
A toe public to Lis handsome and comprehensive
stock of Goods in the above line, comprising all stvles
Ladies and Gentlemen' "Wear,
And every variety of articles usually kept in similar
establishments, au of which will be sold at Astonish
ingiy Low Prices. F. II. BLACKMA.S.
Sieves! Stoves!! In loves!!!
I HATE in store and now receiving the best selected
assortment of OOKJnG and HEATING s-TOVES,
Kl'RN'ACEi-, GRATES, &c, ever . tl-red in this mar
ket . and will sell as low as articK-s of the same kind
can be bought in Louisville or Cincinnati: say in part
4 s.zes liuled Cominou stoves for Goal;
4 do straight, do do
3 do ' Urge Globe Coal Stove;
5 do Open Franklin Coal Stoves;
2 do do do Wood da
3 do Monkey Coal Stoves;
6 do fluted Box Stoves for Wood;
7 and 10 Plated Wood Stoves;
2 sizes Kansas Parlor Stoves for Wood;
... s do Challenge Heaters for Coal;
2 do large extra l hurch r toves;
4 ao Phoenix Coal Stove;
2 do Ironing and Wash-house Stoves;
Common Jamb and Mantle Grates;
Marbieized Iron Mantles and Grates, complete;
Wrought and Cast iron Cooking Stoves for Wood
and Coal, ot best make. J. W. W1LSOX,
octl3 17, Collegest.
JUST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Frnit Jars and Cans, say
225 doz. Willoughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " " " " 2 quarts
43 " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Also, on hand 200 doz. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
quarts, lor sealing up, all warranted.
Also, 12 bbis. best Clear Coal Oil. at lowest price by
barreL J. W. WILSON",
sept4-tf 17 College et.
HAVTXG every facility in the way of workmen and
material t do iirst-rale work with despatch, I
will contract for Tinning roots, either in the city or
country, at low rales, and and in every case warrant
aauMacuon. uuuers, nping ahey Capping, arc, done
in tbe best manner. J. W. WILSON',
febb-tf. Oppisite Sewaaee Uoue.
DR KING'S DISPENSARY
F0R PRIVATE DISEASES.
J?,ci,i' DR" KCfG-formerly of New York, for
tbe last four years of Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, flatters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases ot a private nature, oo matter bow
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
No 23 Deader it k street, between Cherry and thefcquare,
econd story, where he cures all diseases of a private
Gonorbea cared without nauseous medicines or in
erference with business.
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an operation which causes ao pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease cauaea more mischief and under,
mines the constitution so n.uco.
Syphiiis, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
oat of nejrlect or bad treatment, can be euectually
cured in a tew days.
Seminal Weakness. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought oq in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the padEions, a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject until for
business or society , and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any difficulty of
the Womb may rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
case, with alee eockwed, atrect to Dr. A. King, No. 23
Ueaderick street, Nchviue, Tenn., ww nave the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Office hours
from 0 o'clock in tbe morning until 9 m the evening.
C. L. H0WERT0N.
No's. 9 and 10 Poblic Square, Nashville,
COACH and Buggy Harness of every style and quality
kept conrtanuy oo band and manufactured to iat
der. Also, Bugy Collars, Kip and Hog tkin Collars
Bridles. Halters, a .d all other articles made by Har
nea Manulactarers -ail ot the !est material and the
finest workmaahip, all of which will be sol as cheap
as can bm bought aavwhere in the In l ted Sate.
To C L. Hu' EKTOX 'd Harness has been awarded
tbe Bighai Premium at the Tennessee State Fair, the
Kentucky Mate Fair at Bowling Green, at the Lime
stone Cocnty Fair, Alabama ; Agricultural Soeieiy at
Athens, Ax. nor!3-4f
CO.YRiD, CHAXDLER & CO.,
Produce and Commission
HIE R CHARTS',
iasli lllc, Tennessee.
FALL AND WINTER
7 E are now receiving and opening a large and .se
lected Stock of STAPLi AN O FANCY
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Negro extra size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, and a large stock of Variety Goods,
Threads of all kinds, and Yankee Notions, ex., imtm
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Linseys, printed and plain: all
wool Detains and Cashmers, Colored Silks, Black Silks,
Poplins, Debages, French Merinos, English and German
Merinos, Printed American DeLaines, Ribbons, Trim
mings, While goods, Embroideries, Lacee; a large
stock of white, yellow, rod and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassimers, Sattinetts, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings; large stock of Shirts, Skirts.
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, Hose and
h"" liose or every kina, ex., tx.
A large and well assorted siocc of superfine
READY -3IADE CLOTUIKG.
Consisting of Over Coats, Business Coats, Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
and Drawers. A full line of Clothes now in store, just
ALSO, 550 cases of Shoes, Boots and Bregans, Chill
dren's Boots and bboes, and iniaut enoes. j.uia skjik.
is unusually large, and will be sold under any body's
prices iu this market. ,
ALSO, a large stock of
Velvet and Brnsaels Caroetine. 3 and 2 ply half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpeting,
which will be sold cheap.
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Angers, Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Black
mg Brushes, Blacking, Guns and Gun Caps, Ax., cheap.
We unwillinelv acknowledge that we have the larg
est stock of every description of Goods in the city of
Nashville, and all we have to say, is that we intend TO
SELL THEM. Our house SHl.I. be the head quarters
for cTsh 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
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sure.
EDWARD TRABTJE fc W. H. LUCDS,
r Xo. 73 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen: .
GEO. W SHIELDS, Bookseller and Cashier;
GEO. W. XORVELL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAMES B. XICHOL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
These gentlemen wi j be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pay their notes when due.
aug24-tf TKAULfc S 1A.IX3.
TUABVJEA; Li VJ C A S ,
Job Lots of Soots and Sfcoes-
WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call immedi
ately as tbey must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
stairs, Xo. 7l".
A. B. JIONTQOXHtT.
J. W. STEWART.
MONT (.QUERY & STEWART.
GR0WER3 AND DEALERS LV
Fruits, Ornamental Trees,
Shrubs, Roses, &c, &c.
XASIIVILLE, : : : : : : : TEXXESSER
Three Miles from the Public Squareon the Hillsboro'
or Broad Street Thumpike.
rivHE Proprietors, to offering this edition of their
X Catalogue to tbe 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, lueir 1-run trees are well grown, reniarsaoiy
thrifty, and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and the Southern Males.
In addition to our large variety of Fruit Trees, we
call particular attention to our stock of Large Ever
greens and Onamenlal Trees, suitable for immediate
eifect. Ours is the only establishment in the State
where such can be had.
Naming, Packing, Shipping and Transporting care
ful) v attended to.
Enough charged for packing to pay cost or material.
All plants delivered in Xashville free of charge.
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY STEWART.
'it IE have this day sold our entire interest in the
VV Book. Stationery and Periodical Business.
Xo. 6 Union street to Mr. John T. Hagan and John V
W, Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under the style of Green & Co.
. .i ivvav Tfi- ivnn
JUlloo.i & lacutua.
On retirinz from the book business, we return oar
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 confidence of the people.
oct6-tf JOHN O. TREANOR,
A. lAVSMSttliTV A CO.
X0. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
Xashville, Tt. ,
XO 6 MAGAZINE STREET,
Xjcw Orlsaxs, La..
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in irlmee, uu, Oak and Hemlock bole Jbeainer, :
Russett and Wax Upper Kip, French and
American Calf Skin, Colored Roans,
Linings, Bindings, Moroccos, Uar
nrts and Bridle Leather, and ,
All orders for Hides, or const znments of Leather to
New Orleans, will receive the personal attention of
John Lumsden, and will be executed with the same
promptitude and eare which have heretofore given such
sat taction Parties entrusting their orders to us. ad
dressed as above, may, with confidence, rely oa their
instrcutions being carried out with fidelity.
Mf The highest market price paid, in cash, for
Hide. - octai-lm .
WE hare to store, and for sale cbeapa large as
sortment of Safes, which for durability, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled to tbe
United States. M1ZFJJ., HOOPER CO ,
ao9-tf Nos and 8 Marke at
20 " Orchard Grass do;
20 " Herds Grass do
In store and for saie low by
sepill HUGH McCREA k CO
EBI-S Fagen's Epicurean, the best article in the
market, for sale by
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed, de 1
livered in all parts of the city at short notice
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
..u-ecting to Box 676 P. O-.or tearing orders at the of
fice of the Yard, cext to the Gas House, Cherry street
ocuS-Sm - m
A OTJTXrlT A Tor es'?tavt relief
XXO A JaXUIaX , end PERMANENT CURE of
bJs dietressutg com plaint use .
Mads by C H SEYMOUR CO., 10T NASSAU ST., X
'TV Price $1 per box; seat free by post.
' FOB SALE AT ALL UEUGG2T3.
msTWaslr . . .
European Medical Institute
. : nr. SAXSOS, -
. No. 704 Broadway, above 4th Street,
THE necessity of giving to the poblie of the United
Mates, a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charac
ter, has induced Dr. ansou (for several years known
in this city as tbe most successful practitioner In that
class of atfections) to extend his sojourn in New York
for another year. -
. He may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, "70 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
Flor del Ccayali, ($2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debiiity from excesses or Eelf abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against Infection, $1 Ter bottle.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box sufiioient to cure any case, $2 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 Affections
of Ladies will be sent with a circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Physicians
At his Institute there are eieht room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
Ho is under the necessity of notifying the public
that he has not the Slightest connection with his old
omco, at bvi Broadway, and that an uu poster is copy
in? verbally bis advertisements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where be can be consulted in Engli.su, German,
Italian, French or Spanish.
letters should be addressed to Box 3576, P. O-, New
Cholera, Fiux, Djsentery.
NO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
in the House. Children are dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
Debility from Heat.'
While the Thermometer ranges over 00 in tbe sliado,
the Graefenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 cts.
a package, makes tba best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 25 cents yoa can make half a gallon of those
health giving bitters, which aid the appetite, give pow
er to the constitution, regulate tbe bowels, and conquers
general debility. Now is the season lor ther use.
julyl3-tf MACKENZIE a: MLNCHTS.
Xo Time to Wait fur the Coctor !
A rXrCT tticse imm ,11 aUUn, will Ml Jrreet fimit.
XX At any moment of day or eight they are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morbus; JJybentcrry or Diar
rhoea. No time then to send for a Doctor. The Grasf
enberg Dysentery Syrup instantly 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 past tew years. Only oo cents a
bottle enough for a whole, family for a whole season.
A fresh lot just received.
may 15-t f MACKENZIE & MTXCHIN.
The Gricfhenbers .ejttotle Pills,
ARE THE BEST IX THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
And for .
INDIGESTION ' C05STIPATT0N HEAD
ACHE S ERVOUSNE LLLIOTJSSESS
HEARTBURN-ACLDITY-N A US 2A FLAT
ULENCE WANT 0? APE fIT DYSPEP
SIALIVES COitPLAINI GUI PINGS.
- On account of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the Grafhenberg
Pills will he found more pleasant than any other.
,0-Price 25 cents per box. On the receipt of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postage
to any part of tbe country.
MACKENZIE 4 MINCHIX,
sept22-t' Xo. 14 College street.
One of the most popular and beneTolent
ON DEADER1CK STREET,
THE Doctor himself is an old Parctitioner, from tbe
old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably surmounlep
all the trials of the new world, and battled and con
quored death of the whole range of diseases of our dif
ferent climates, South and North, so that the fame of
bis success in the treatment of general and private
diseases is indisputable for which he has the most re
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification be feels, in general,
by being eu trusted with desperate casus, for to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender nis advice and services with politeness, consci
entousness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing a
fee, to Post-office Box Xo. 336.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which Las of late attended the use cf
1a. IK. HWVa.a'VS
INDUCES us to call tbe attention of all those afflicted
with Piles to it It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial e fleets It is the only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and speedy cure. II
you are auiicled try it at once, ana 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.
tig- For sale at Demoville's and I 'grove's, and by
other Druggists. junelo-tf
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. 11. roscoe & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND 2ETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W- Corner of Broad and Market streets,
WE are prepared to execu'e orders for Drugs
and Medicines and all articles penaiu
ing to the Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
bave every article or as good quality as represented
and in no instance will an thing be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain tbe reputation w
have established in selling noae but Pnre Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite yoa to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show J on inducements seldom ottered in tbi- or auj
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
Soepa and Toilet Articles, While Lead, Linseed Oil,
rnrpenune vvuisn-s, ii'iir? and Wines lor medi
Great Premium Attractions.
Irrinsr's Life of Washington
Eclectic Magazine for 1861.
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stamps. . w H. BID WELL,
nov20-tf Jfo. 6 Boekman Street, New- York.
DUVAL & JONES
..... n B N'T 1 S X ,
No. 8 Cherry Street,
"' ' SASHVIaJLB, TEKXSSSZS. -r--, ,
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
$501 $50 ! ! $50 I ! !
Citj- Bank Bills and all
solvent Banks in South
Carolina, Georgia, Alaba
ma, Kentucky or Tennes
see taken at par.
PRICES ESTABLISHED FOR 7
Owing to the severe pres
sure of the times, we have
reduced the price of these
unrivalled Machines from
The Howe Familj Sew
ing Machines are especial
ly adapted to the Southern
Trade, because they sew
Tarleton, Musquito Net
ting, Swiss Muslin, Home
spun, Osnaburgs, Jeans,
Kerseys, or Leather, with
equal facility; using 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
four hundred families in
this vicinage have endorsed
their good qualities during
'he past year.
Orr's & McNaught's
Spool Cotton, the best in
the Market for Machine
use at 50 cents per dozen,
also a good assortment of
Flax Thread and Silk at
prices to suit the times.
CONE BROS., Agents,
51 COLLEGE STREET,
noT2D-tf Nashville, Texx.
fgm FUR SEASON
F RA N CISCO'S.
OCR Fur Department is now opened for tbe inspec
tion of the ladies, where may be fouad the largest
and best selected stock of ladles Furs ever brought to
this city A J FRANU - CO.
octl7 Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public Square.
. v - . ' - ' . - sr.
t i'S X - 4
Our Moleskin Hat.
' f HIS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
X up for the Fall and Winter wear is far superior to
any yet offered. A. J. FRANCISCO,
octl7 No. 23 Public Square,
fall and Winter Styles of Soft
tTTE would call especial attention to eur largo im-
portation of Trench Black and Brown and Xapt
Otter Hals, so popular to the South for Fall and Winter
wear. A J FRANCIS 0,
octl7 Hatter and Furrier, Xo 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Hats and
SOME,New and Beautiful stylos, which we are now
offering (all Parisian designs), to which we Invite
tbe attention of parents. A J FRANCISCO,
octlT No 23 Public Square
READ THE LATEST NEWS ! !
The S o ii t herner
PATENT HOT Alii
TI U AV5 G U T , V E ?m
' And Complete Coobing
THE wonderful effects of this Invention must be
witnessed to be believed. "
It Requires less Wood fjr Baking
than is consumed to kindling fires in ordinary - ovens
03IE CORD OF HARD WOOD
Will be sufficient to cook to It for a family a whole
ear. It cooks to about one half the time ordinarilv
required, and the heat ii regulated with such precis
ion that scarcely any skill or care is necessary to cook
with absolute pe fection. Meats are roasted thorougu
ly with the n sst desirable nnuormitv, and cme Irom
it to the table juicy and tender. Bread is baked with
or without a hard crust, as desired and wnl rem i in
fresh and soft much longer than br ad baked in other
ovens. Another very important adr ntage is, that the
stove when cook in if ordi arily gives out so littie beat
to tbe surrounding air that it will not kindle friction
matches laid upon it, so that to summer it scarcely
beats the room at ail ; but in win lor, by opening one
ot the doors, it will beat tbe room with about one
fourth the wood re ired by any stove ui m-e. For
sale by . . MACKENZIE It illNi.HIN',
dec&-tf .. . -. - Agents for the Ptentees.
COAL! COAL.! COAT.!
TTXTTL further notice, will be sold at. the Yard of
U the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
A-tna) at the following prices:
. Lump Coal, - per ton ,...$5 60
Round Coal, - ' ".... 4 00-
NutCoal, u 4 00
- Blacksmith's do. " , S 60
Mr. Joa.1 B. Laxo will to future attend to the busi
ness of the Company to this place. -
- feAMCEL 3. AGXEWy
- - - General Superintendent K. M. C. Co.
Kashvilla, August 16, 1860. -
sfsV orders can be left to Sox No. 94, Post Office, or
at toe Yard, bees; of the JN'aahvlila and Chaltanooa
Railroad Depot- , - Juaa U. LA.N Q,
afaTtf t . . . . AjnA,
. .sows a. Ascmaox
tllURCif, ANDERSON & CO..
. . ' AXD . -
.Ko. 0 College tre at,
1CCf BUSHELS of A No. 1 Oats, just received
and for sale by
CHURCH AXDERSQN 4 CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
1T7E have on hanl a tares quantity of the best
V V Hungarian Grass Seed which we are s.-lling low.
mar2S-LT CHURCH, ANDERSON' At CO.
E have Just received a large lot of TAR, and are
ofljring it at the lowest figure.
mai2a-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON A: CO.
Wh tv! Whisky! Uliialty!
Wf E have to stores large quantity of tbe best of
all kinds ol the purest utiiaK t. au ye ioveis
of the essence of corn give us a passiug call.
mai29-tf CHURCH, AXDERbOX A CO.
M. A. PAMHSH & CO.,
a-'routlugr oil College and Market sis..
South of IS road,
600 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
low by M AfAKEhH & CO.
100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, iut received and for
sale by ma rAtutL3tt
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
M A fAluu iA K iu.
WHITE AXD BLACK OATi.
1000 bushels White Oats;
&00 " Black "
ust rdceivelaal for sale by M A PARRISH & CO.
NESHAXX CK POTATOES.
200 barrels Northern Potatoes, just received and for
le by 41 A fAlUUaU S t.U.
800 bags Wheat Bran, just received &f.i for sale by
a rnnn.9J vu.
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;
1000 Ear "
Juat received and for sale by 41 A PAEPJSH & CO.
250 baas fine Corn Meal;
100 Bolted "
JusVecolvod and for saie by M A PAPJU H 4 CO-
SEED SI E.
100 btgs No 1 Ryo, Just received and for sale cheap
by M A PARRISH & CO. .
Most of the above articles are on consignment, as
well as many others not mentioned in the above list,
all of which will be sold choap In order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our line would do w.-!l to call aad examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
ocO-tf MA PARRISH & CO
Jnst r reived by 31. A rurrisli &; Co.
O I i f I BAGS Crushed Corn ;
100 bags Family Meal:
350 b3 White ilcl Corn.
A LCtitn id IVraisicn Card.
r.1 SQlTiJERX KLiTaiTxT); ad dealers.
THE subscribers have opened a large an1 ert 'nsive
house lor the trausactiou of a strict.y Cuilillb
SlOX BUSINESS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with ar
rangements for the constant reception of all kinds of
Goous, Wares, Mei-cbau'liZd and Mauuiactures to the
vai kius dupai tments ot Trade.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashvulo to our varied and
constantly changing stock, as the larger portion of our
consignments are irom manulactuies, first hands, or
thoseorcesi to sell to raise funds. Keep in view that 'the
money is made to the purchase.' Orders faithfully at
tended to when accompanied by the u-tsh.
BENJ. F. SHIELDS 4 CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St.,
feb8-lf - Nashville, Tenn.
A . ttlV A i CO.,
Direct through the Custom-boose of Xashville-.
AXD DEALERS IX
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy:
llaiana tignrs, Olive liil, ..
V c i iu c i 1 1 i , V; c . , &. . .
So. SO North .Marltet street,
(Next door above the Watson Hsuse,)
TEhave ed a house in this cltv fbr the
VV purpose "-ling Hue WTXl-3, BRAX1 :IES,
CIGARS, kc, f(.,nni .eep om.naiit'y on hand Sever
al qualities of lUjv .id Brandies, which have never
before been imps.. - . into this Male.
We import our G00..8 direct, (one of our firm being
in Euroue much of bis time.) hd! PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL 1HE FOREIGN' ARTICLES
HERE to the city , wl.ich fact, wu thmk, alone should
prove that we have imported goods.
JOHxNf M. SECRIST,
- WHOLESALE DEALER
IS ALL KINDS OF
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, st
the lowest market price. Aug21-6m
ill. C. 1512 UCI .
Auction & Ccisir.jvijii "hicliant,
Coraer Cedar and durry st,
Nashville, Ttnn ,
T3 ESrECTFUIXY solicits consignments of Mrchan-
II. d'CAnf nil f c -m SiitiQlitiTtinii Lrietn txi tunihii.
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. CLnslgnueS
01 goous 10 LAI la kci w 111 uua my b'kiiou bwius i vu
Sited up, and the goons will be S01U without deiuy and
the money paid bverfortbwitb.
V It V. . ... . .1 1 K11 nirlil ti r enM (in mv -n .j-jniint
Cliarge8 reasonable and liberal auvaucui made on coo
niSTORY OF A LAV-SIIT
In tlc Circnll - Court ol
0. THE BAMS OF THE CODE
BY - '
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale In Nashville by
JOHX YORK CO.,
j.inelo-rf Vo. 3 rrntn mrf et.
Cil ASs: ill liT Oi ,
LlOUSf!. SIGX AXD iBiAUE.TAL PA1XTEB,
no. 75 NoriU .tlarlcet atreet
Opposite Myers, Hunt k Co.'s Carriage Shop.
All orders from the city or country attended to
wiui promptnucs and duspatcu. . . . - . seplll-tf
CUX OAS SCOTT.
WILLIAM 0. SOOTT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
Co mission SlercliAuts.
NO. 9 LOCUST STREET,
s-t. lo is, 31o.
WE would invite the attention of ids to the
fact that there has never boeu ' J Ca e to the
style of our arm, and .that there it- 6 ability of
being any - "
A Card to t'amiiics. ;
tttE have oo sale a One Brett Carriage, Second band;
VV One Phaoton Carriage, new; One superb Barouche,
second band; One Urga lanuly Carriage, second hand 4
Fine second band Piano, good maka. Ail of which
will be sold very cheap, to eiose, by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO-, -sept20-tf
- Central Auction Returns, 21 Coilege st.
I nave this day, associated with me In tbe Boos
business, MR. J. B. RUTLAND and MR. JXO. EAsT
MAN. I- -. - Nashville, Sept 1. 1S60.
r. eaoax, . - t.. jtrrLAjrD, jyo SAsiaAS
F . X ti 3i Si CO.. .
EOCI SILLESS .1X3 STATifl.VERS, -
- ' . "' 41 Colljge Street,
Aog. - - Nut Ui,'imu.
DR. F. A. KAUEFNER,
7 H0 M CS0 PATL1IC
Physician auvV "Surirfiii,
Ko. SS (up Stairs) Cedar f t-,XahvUU, Tean. .
CfSee hours nntil S A. II., between I and I P. il.,an3
between T and 8 P; M.
Kfreucs Its. Herlcg k LSppie, Philadelphia, Pa .
Nashrille and Chattanooga R.Rs
Change of Schedule.
OX AND" AFTER
Sundar, November lllh, ISGO.
Passenger Trainc wUI run as follows:
Leave Nashville at 330 a. x. and Jr. 1.
Arrivn at Ctnll jnooa IJM r. a. and 1:44 a. a. .
COMING WEST. . .
Leave Chattanooga at 7 J30 a. k. and 7:30 r. X.
Arriva at Xashvide at 60 e. m. and tt a. m.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
New York, ib!lA'le.lihut, Uo-lunore, VVasuiujOun
City, Richmond, IV-teiaburg, Lynciiburgj tCu.nvuie,
Suvannali, Charllon, Muntgumory, McmihU, New Ur
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis urn Charientoo Kauruad,aud at Cimimnooga
with Trains mi East Ten in nnna and Georgia and W&t
ern and Atlantic Railroads.
Through Tickets may be bad at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at ofSc at Depot, Ui luu fullowujg
niaoeS aud at the luliowuig prices , viz :
Nashville to . w Yolk, via. Cbariustuo, S. C
" " " tT.tVi route,
11 i u c jiavaiUaJl
" .rhiladelpbia,'4 " "
Iialliiuon:, " "
" Washmglon, " " "
', RicJimouJ, " " "
" lvtoiabuig, " "
( 2T 75
Holly Sliriis, Miss.,
E. W. COLE. SuponntacdcAU
Notice to Shippers.
' 1 .r- (f-rl
F being of the utmost Importance for the pmpei
piotecliiai u the Track, au J to kjepout ul the way
ol gravel an J other trains, that freight trains be run ai
regular uuilorm rale ol pxmJ, winch van oti:y be ac
oomplished by running on schedule time; lhielore, lit
order that the freight trains may be run uu tho time
laid down in the schedule, it u 01 iered that alter luir
ty days irwm this uatc, freight w:u be roceivod by tut
Nashville and Chatlauooga KaUiiMu CuUlpahy &t avhed
ule suuons only.
Hates on Flour Reduced.
' HE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
1 at NasuvUiu, tVarlraoe, iheibyvule na.1 SUit.'ons
on X. & C R. R. between Nashville auJ Win t.aco, aud
give through receipts lor Flour by Car load to Chailus
ton or aav.nn.ili, at Oni 1 jo liar por barrel throio.
E. W. COLE.
Sup't of Tran3portation X. & U K. R.
Espiess to Olarksville.
THE Southern Express Com way ruepoct:ul)y an
uounue that tucy are now running nsetGjr
lh.-0Ugh to Chu ksvilie, via. LtK. J ii. C. C L. Kai.
cars, and are preptued to forward to that place and in
Usrveuing points with promptness aud dispatch all
goods usoaUy Sent by ex,iri. 'iuey will au lui ward
le ad placus on stage roiilwS,cunndcAiug with the above
RaiiroucA. biLi, uotcs, Ural U, W., cuUuctod aad
prompt return mAile.
Oihce No. 19 Public Square.
lcol7-tf A. iL HOLT, Saperlatendent.
Jasper ilrancli Kailroad.
Omcs Xass. & Chat. Fatlroad Co. i
Oc tuber 3, 1S59. J
i'jY order of the Board of Director a-e made on tbe
' stock ofthe ComiJuny subscribed for builling a
a branch road from Bridgeport to.'asucr, puyable to the
Treasurer of this Company as follows :
Olid dollar on each share on the L1 of November, Ol
1S5W, and two doliari on oacb share ou the 1st UflJ 1
DeciaLtir, 1S59. January, Eeb.uaiy, Maiuh, Ajirii
May, J.mu, J'i!y, August, Sel.mbdT, OcUiber
ana November, 1!S0.
Payment m iy. bj mile to Jackson Iryor, at Jas
per, or to the Ireasucr ul bis oihce 111 NubLviuc
l iomianess in nuvting these calis U requested 01
subscribes of stock, as the construction ot the road
depends exclusively on the muans provided spccilically
for that purpose. .
ocU-tf W. A. CLEAVES, Treasurer.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga TVaiiroad Company,
to conueclion with tue Roa'.ls below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charfe-sbm and Saran
nab to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the Same
certainty as their pusscagar Trams. No .lelav to freights
by this rouw. E. W. CuLE,
Claarleston and Saramiali
I7 a t - al V ImI U
Eatps Cei'Bccd i:d Sprrd Iccreaird.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roa!s. On and
alter the 24 ui ol Ivotmber, 1&59, through rates
uum New York to Nashville:
Fi.sl Class, per 100 puuuJs 1 64
SoCOOd ClaSS, " 1 o5
Third Class, lis
Fourth Cla.-a, fatf
iiats, Caiw unl Bonnets. 2 5
Time troui cavanikdi and Chark-stou to NashvUlc ihroe,
thre and a hall and tour days.
Time troiu New Voik and 1 iiiiadelphia, seven acd a
half, eight aud ume days.
iuturveuiug ililialhi cansi the above variation in
time, a no Ueiglil trains are run on Sunday over turue
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (eXue(l damage occur: lue at Stj) uilupt:y
vyusied by Uiu Nasiivuie and Cbultjuiga Kailnm l uti
ielivery. C. IV. ANLERiON.
Freight to ew Icrk and PLi!ai!elj)hia
Cotton and V lour,
CHARLESTON AAD SAVAXXAH.
lot ton per b.Uv ol nut more than 500 lbs. weight &4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
No insurauce uecessary except from Charleston and &a
vaiiuab to New Yui k aud l'liilale!.hia.
Cottou uouipressed at iheujAhm and eXieiiM' of stea
mers wueu ct mi'icsseil, it can b.- treilited from New
York to foreigij poi is at a to 2 16 less than cotton ttol
'through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashviiltt and Chiuuiuua 1-iiiruaU.
C. W. AXEERSOX,
dec23-tf - General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
C0M1I E KClItG, Oh JUNE 11th
little Vsi3.nl and Cokubus and
f IX'TI, RA3IlI!To.V & DAYTON
From CLMJ.AT1 to
Boston in 82X hours.
PhiladeipUia iu 9(6 hours.
New York to 30 X hours.
Baltimore ui M boui ..
Albany iu 5 luui
Dunk.uk in 14 huuis.
lituUurg iu 11 houra
SWubeuavhL- m io hours
Zanesvule ui 6 hoiua
ToUsda to W hours.
Saratoga &w togs ui 25 hi s.
BuUalo in 15 uouis.
Cleveland ui 8)4 hours.
xvhoouind in 8'i hours.
Crestiinu iu 6 hours.
Sandusky iu 10 hours.
Ttroash Trains 1 otc tit cinnati as f3loTsV
fiSOA. rI . HWHES- From Utile lhaaia
Deuot, and from Ciuviuunti, tiainliloh a layiou Dci,i,
couuuets via. Uolumbus, U.vcImUU tulikii kand Buuaju;
via. Cotumbus, Cresliuie aud liuabu. g, via. oiumbus,
titeubeusv the and Iituburg; via. Columbus, Uelliar
and Pittsburg; via Colcuibus, Betiair and Bouwjod.
ItiO A 91. Ktl'llEx From ClukUinati.
Hamuton and. Detroit Depot, atso conikcts via. Lliia.
ToMo, Detroit and Canaua; via. XMytvu, Uyd anu
10 . EXI'BE From Utile Miami
Deiiot, oounecu ru Coiuuibus, Buluur aua Utuwwi;
via. Columbus, belliar and I aubuig; via. Columbus,
Creetlme aud Pittsburg; via. Culuuibus, fUriininl,
Duukn k and Uunalu.
C t. l. EX KES From CnclnnaU, Ilamit
ton aud I tun Depot, via. Lima, Teledu, Dutiull and
Canada; via. liay ton, Clyde aud sundusky.
Jioiiernslteplu; Cara n lull Train,
Ml!tiO. . .
11 !. . EXiRU-n From Ultle Miami
Depot, Coanecta viu- CotutuUuSteiibeuviile and 1 lits
buig; via. CoituubuB, Dvliiar and Piiuburg; via. Co
tunibus.UuUutr aua Bciiwoud; via C'oinUiU,, CresUuie
uu liusbujg; via. Columbus, Ckvaiauu, Lrtjui.uk aiui
jAUUeru Meepluft arapu tltla Traiu.
Fasseng ers or Lais Steirn ira, leavtnj Cine In
nau at 7:30 A. M . hiva a h urs la Cleveland,
Leaving at 10 A. L, raaxs d.rect cxutcctions.
The 6 P. M. Fxfrttt, Sutrdyt, mtits ull con-
ntc ivM at advrti3td. txuytjor lMtro.1
nud ttiiits in Oituidu.
The Kljht Expreee runs Duiij'.saiurtlays-Axceptod.
Ail othr iraau run lau.y , aUu any it uxocpt
Trains run by COLUMBCa T11LE, wbich la T VlnuUs
laalcr Uaut UNUNNaiI liiiii.
Cassa;a Check U Tlirougli to
all l a tern Cities.
PaMengera should tmar in niiod that lb. "CTN
C1N-AT1" IS liwllUi and FA'Oiait. PafiE. Caj
aevtiuus ant made promptly, Ui mrm UKM-uegbl
UALLAaIED, aud ail Uiiajo. a UUprvVvWfcdlUI aylw
UUuxil. ataaa', ouarvkT aud aAl- UV. ...
Til 1101(717 Tlf KFTS
- Are sold at all the PK1XCI1 LE RaiIJFIOAD TICKE1
OFUCESui tu. AUJ tsOC lit. Aak tuf TxAuU
P. W. ft iiCaiER, Cuneral Tick.t Afect, Ciati.
s-etd Ki el
4 I ( BAGS S-d Kj e, a Jj". aTHcle, for sale lo
iy y tvvluM UM Wt
otAl . ; . QvXIUD.Clli-SUf.&MCQ,
fcaieio, - I
B:g t unnel, I
Chi isti.iLburg, f
lircat- National ttoutc.
To llaltiiuor . Pliiladelphla,
NEW YOIiK AXD BOSTOaV,
. AND 0NT.Y ROAD TO ,
axd Baltimore axd onio
R A.3 LROA D 3
O ERMIXATE at Baltimore and .Washington City oa
thj East, m l Ciiiuuibus on the U'tsi, at wutch
places it Axiouccts wiuU Railroads fur and frum ail
The West, Fcsthwext and Xorlhwra.
PassTOgers by this route can visit tbe cities of BaJU
Burv, pui juleiphia. New Yutkaul BuebMMl the coat
of a ticket to Saw York or Boston alone by other
Throcgh tickets can be procured via Washington
ily tu tu EastcnClUjSat an additional cia-go of two
tuiicpiug cats attached to all nlgbt trains.
T.CKEi GUOD LMILUSED.
With the p.-ivileg j of stopping off at all p. liclpal
Buisiness trv n or Travelers, 'or plea -ti re or Informa
tion, cul vuit all the iwlan cities at a cumpAratively
small ex;H.Ti3s. The sccn.-i y a cjkb.-atcd lor its won
derful bjauty an I 84b im.ty; tt b uneiuaUea to the
world, its ey.st.-jn nl imy au-i Niv.hi tnscit Ptiiice; its
Sl4ontlkl et(iiiWJiit its excl-Biva T -J -er-.,, Lja-; IU
large amount of doubls t.uci; its naj H cls (un lor
the surveiilauce of tha ComAuy) eusares to thdpaS
SPEED. S FKTY AND COyFOIlT.
Through Tickets and bosgtuje ch-.cis on bi obtiinsd
at all the pitovioai Rklhoau and SUamlioaH olUceS to
A..-t lor Tickets ru. Bal iaiore aail Ohio
W. P. SMTTT!, Miner uf Transportailoa.
L. U. Cul Geueral Ticket .Vot.
F F. KCUJ-Jt, Geaoial l"cteru Aent
J. W. liiicoVX, Gou'l Ticket Agjut, CU.E.IL
' " - i? - - r i
03 FaII ai d Via:.r c'je."nl IS51.
Commancing SCXDA Y, NOV . 2 Til, 1 503, Trains wtfl
rums ioiibws :
;rn!n Xo. 1. Train Xo. 1.
2:-5A.M., J 15 P. iL
-6d . :47 "
--Ad. " 6 4A
7:15 Breakfast, T40
11:45 A. At. 11.45 "
Av iv.-at iiA.ialia,
" " iraiutilu,
H w.ui Urcen.
" " Cat oCily,
" " LjuisvUc,
L'ave Lou svillo, 7:45 A. M , T0P. M.
Arriv. at Xaauvilie, 6o.P. M., tsAi A. 11
Iare Xslivaie at 30 P. 11., Arrive at GI!stin at
SAi5P. M K. turning, i -are uau io at 80 A 41.,
au i arnye.et Nau tde a & SO A. M.
TRAIN Xo. 1 rwua uaily au uiij trains daliy , Sua
i'tAlN No. I raiks direct connection at LonisvUla
for Cincinnati, in :umio.ts, littsbiirg, Baittmore,
Wabmg on City, I bitajeiitbia, N'.-w Yu k and B-cion.
Both 1'iaiLS mike direct connection lir llacumail.
In iianAiis,Cuica.-o, Jeu Louis, and a i poinu North
hiougb Tick.-ts for sale at this Depot for all princi
pal oints East, North aud - tut.
aav2rf-Utf i. B. ANDi-akOX, Superintendent.
Xashrille & I)i cater Railread.
r r .. 1 r - t :
Couij'Iitj Irtiii Aa.Lvilic lo Dss.tcr.
D0!"BI.E DAILY TRAINS W IX COMMENCE RCX
uiogfnim Naahviile to Itocutur, G.ni Junclloti.
Memphis, JacXSuU, 'ieun., Cahun, Jackw u, tlli.-".. ami
Xcw O.Laias.on U'FJiNE llAV, MJiBi-jfJ.t, i860,
making cuisj ounnecti-ns N'.'ith anJ.-ocih.
'l he shurleet an J mii't reliable rut.te, passing through
ths tlaot w. tnu oi TenndUoe and Alabama, hiviug
g -ntie.. anly omductoiF, rnd m ixing qu.tk t-uia. No
Line cm udjr greater uiJucvmjttts to tiaveluis lhaa
The iTt-ssuger Tra;cs ovnr this Road will leave Xash
rtiie at T A. Al.. au i 620 f . M- Ar. iva at Xashvuh: at
10 A. M.,n l 10 P. M.
Freight t'r dis j.v Nashv lie at b:Zi X. XI Arrive
at Nh viilj ai 5 2 J P. AL W. o'X. PiJUCIXS,
no17-tf Gcnaral Super in ten- lent.
Georgia "Western Railroad.
OfrlCk GkoKn.1 . Wtkk R.iutrun Ov, 1
Atlanta, Nov. 17lh, 1560.
T a mk-tlng of ths li xd of lU.-ec.o.a, held this
d iy, it was
Htsdtoed, That taking into consideration the threat
ening asacl ot p.iticai ajiiis, aua the cnsequetit
atiingjncy in tbe mn-y muta tue Board ut Direc
l.s aeeiii it prudt.nl to prttAne thd prupostd letting
f contracts n tiij uru 'a W'.st.rn Kjliruad until
March or April nfxt, of which uaj notice will be
Let-Iced, That en instalment cf cue d Ear per s sre
be uulod la, piyab.e ou the U st duy oTi ec mb.T m XI,
Htlhtf ollicc ol Ul j Com, any iu auiUU, iu lieu of the
t -u ir .nt. Utlied ui,ua..Abj at the alorcSaiJ tuss
Btlatd. Th,-ii the Chief Fngirc-r he inn a td to
continue iu s.-i vice thj coris ol Assistant bin r s, in
prdT to nui! tU. wuuio wMk i.tluia IkiwokB
Ailutta nd thu W..aluin tfmb W. 1'. ijRUE,
EdQ I J & fientacky ilailroad.
&Kz 3' fPr
.Vasltville tu C'lai ksriilp, Hop
kitifVille, Utin eiGU, &.c.
WINT R SaiEIHTX
Only one truta each w.iy ilaily.SjiJasescfptjI.
Leave Xaslivi.le'at 'I6 f!l.
Arnv at Naahviiieai 10:16 A. M. . -
Ti-aius ciun-ct t Tut's ilitinawita Slanghter St
Co.'s uaily uujuf Fojr li.s- Coaco.s for HjjUtJis
vil.v, Ky., via rout n, lVtub.-4te, ac.
From ttipkinriiu- um- wt, ilaiiy lor Columbus,
Ky ., la locaii, .-lllithluliil. l-i.ivvlil- .us II -tt tm.a.
F re hum NrvavilU to ILiukisvi.l 4 0.
A. AN, lJw-J.'
devl-lf Chief Engineer, UkRR.
i'ikt'.Peak ai diLc Goldin Ciij!
TSA'TXEES F0S .
la. tn 8 ,
i isciiiu, -iev
alifoi iiia and
' I t.tli Tt-niKirf,
WILL i.ijase take notice that
tlm iLsl cut uaaeenarstoamcrS
C. E. 1IIM.MAN. Coi bitt, Master,
Leaves here every TUESDAY,t 4 o'clock, connect irg
at Cairo w.tu I.iinois CeutrAl Railruad, and at tt.
L-Niis with an 1U4 Raiu-usI aal dbjainhaat Lutes ta ad
- p-.it . AXD on every SATURDAY, the
fecOr'i?iSo j faaiOuS nua Uaet n... ktt
B M. 1U YAN. Mili.kk, MasUr,
Leaves Ibis pbr' , couhecttng as al.vs." -
T .is Uowte l"r a I pi sot., going W, st U tbe cheapen
and must expeditious, l or t .eiut or Pa-sag. "I'piy
on board or to A. liAMILluN , AgobU
. Cui3-W , -
1S60. . REGULAR 186L
Xa&hTillc aad ikti i a.i Packeff
- . THE ITXE tTEAMTR
CLI1J1J lE, ,
TOIL BRCCE, sptato, . JCIIX T. E0PSJXS, Clerk.
1 HE sl amer CLlPl ER Las eotere.!, as a regular
I packet, iMiwovn tuu city uii au inuuiuiie
ports and CiUCUituti, and uohuuue duri. g tinted
tire S.Sua. UaVlrg ..potior acoiUimuOaU bs lur
l-ASid gei s, she ff j s ovw y mdia incut lor ilie sale
UA spee-iy cvBVi-ubcowl luv bavwmg pubdo. ih"
UIU1CS4. alUAitaai wiu v.paid tu the Hi 101 ad thl
pel a. XL li. tlAKRiauN, Agent.
XAsIiYlLLE & XLW OiiLEAAS
Regular Packets. -
. Tin good aad reOable SUsaati-s ....
ItkD IlUVi-R. irTKoxo. Uastcr,
JA.M KS VO-l S, Koto. JuV-ier.
v jA.MEi J0US6OS. J.iiNsos, Master.
U- TLL make regular t-l to the XashviUe and New
tfcieaus Tiaa. turuiguubt soaSoli. ToeSS
"0 U r lu Oa. ol d r, au-i winf superior luuuoemtfuts
lo til travulLg u aalj'piiig yub icl, Fur Freight or
Lake fish, fkemi ovsr us.
W.LD GAME., ; ;
X O . l DHAU llll 1 Cli. fL II KET.
WOULD, ruapvcifuny ioia-ou.. to tU citsesf f
AUVlMr tuMtl b-i-' uaw oiu-u a 1 j.! ua
JWlca Mtftl, auj. t. Jf bUUI UiHtj'ttWaUifcl
ujiiy ot tuu a oi L tat. riii. Bui-iiJi n. vl
f.Jto, ahd all KiUuul iLU UAAA, WidWt JJ11
$Mi at towiuta yon, - a.ve-u -