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' THE GREAT
FAULT. MEEiriSE CF THE AGE!
ask the attention of the trade and the public to
mis wng ana unrmuiea
i " FAI1UJL.Y MBDICIXK.
?" Jbr fkt cure of CbUf, Coughs, Weak Stomach and
Central D-iCtttf, Indigatum, Cramp and Pain t
r" ; Stostac, Bewl Cmpiaini, Colic, Imrrkaa, Ckoiera,
And for Fever and Ague,
Thers is nothing better. It has been favorably know
for moreht an twenty years to be the
02TLT SUES SPZaFIC
for the many diseases incident to th humau family
- Internallr and Kit e mall y
it works equally sure.
- What ttrvtigrr prqf of th fucla can be produced
than the folio win letter received Mtuoteirroai Kev.
A. W. Curtis :
Bono, ILuoou Co., Mich. , July 3. li&J.
HHB8.J. X. Hjlkub a: Co..
Gentlemen .-The conndence 1 have m Perry Uav
Pain hjXInr as a remedy for Couis .Coughs, Burnssprains
and Rhenmatism, for the cure of wh:h 1 hare success
fully used it, induces me to cheertuliy ncuxsmcod u
wtues to ou -ers.
A tew month ago I had recourse to it to destroy a
felon : aithooch I had never heard of iu being used kr
that purpose .but having suffered intensely from a lor-
aaer one, and ha vmz no other remedy at hand, I appiiMl
the Pam sailer freely fur about hf tetn minutes at eve
ning, and repeated the application very brtetly the neat
BBonung, which entirely destroyed the kn, and in
creased my oonftdenca in the utility ot the remedy
Yours truly, - A. Xf. CLETW,
Minatter of the Wesley an Methodist Church,
THE PAIN KILLER
has been tested in every variety of climato . and by
almost every nation known to Americans. It u the
constant companion and inestimable I r tend ot the mis
tonary and traveller, on sea. and laud, and no one
should travel on our LAKES os KIVEKa WITHOU T H4
Be sure you call for and get the genaine Pain KiLei,
as many worthies nostrums are attempted to be to d
on the great reputation ol this valuable medicine
r srOirections accompany ing each bottle.
buid by dealers everywhere.
Price 29 cts., 60 cts. and 1 per botlie.
J. X. HARRIS A CO.,
Proprietors for the Western and southern States
Cincinnal i, Oil to.
Sold by W W Berry & Demovilleand Ew in, Pendleton
ft Co, X:ashviUe, Term; S Maniiedld tc Co, Memphis,
Teen: J Wright ft Co, Scovil ft Mead, Xew Orleanrs
Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ey; John D Park, Cincx
nan, unto. octo-uaw xy
DR. S. O. KlCUAUDiOJX'a
The Ctlebratf d Sew En-land Eemtdy
Jaundice, fiver and -Ague, General DetiHity, and al
Mieaia antingjrvm a uitumcrai stomacA,
Liter or Botcelx.
fPHEY are axe used and recommended bv lcatlics
L . Physicians of the country, and all who ue thtia
pronounce mem mvaiuabie.
Ir James L Leepce wriU?s from Xavarre, ttark co.
t. a. rrt . . . 1 . - '
uuw, iud uikMTi a uiuiy praieu uy UIOSO Suilel
ing from m digestion, cvspeuiia and Uver comuiaint
K S Uavia, Postmaeier at Williamsport, Ohio, eays.
"They give great satisfaction. 1 u& thein my sell,
having taken cold, become prufa irate and lo&t my appe
tite. It relieved me, and I can recumnxod it with
great assurance of itd menu."
Dr. Wm. M. Eerr, of Ktgersville, Ind, writes us that
they are the most valuable medicine ollered He has
recommended them with sreat success, and with them
mad several cures of palpitation of the heart acd gen
TIisjii 1 1 Stanford, E,q., BlounUrille, Henry co., Ind.,
writes us a loug letter uuuer uate ol 31 ay 4, IMAi, He
was much reduced, having been aihicted lor three
yean with great nervous debility, palpitation of the
heart or tde mutt severe and prostrating character,
"after using a few bottles, 1 was compleLjly restored,
uu am now m ruouoi ueaiiu."
Oeorge W. Hoffman says he was afflicted with Kheu
matism for twenty years, in ail its various fonn3. ai.d
at the date of his letter he had been two years well ,
w j miters eueciing a cure, wnen several pcysicians
aueTKiing mm could io mm no good. He savd. - for
rheumaiism, disppeia, liver complaint, kidney auec-
umu or nropry, it is a specinc certain remedy '
J. W. Hunt writes from l"elphois. Alien Co., Otic, (a
aeviioa uere lever anu ague prevails ,) l.uit nc most
cheerfully recommends them of decided merit iu all
- cases of fever and acue and general debiliiv
0. K. Galiehers. M. U., writes from Van Wert, Ohio,
i most respecuimy recommenu ine tnerry w me Bii
ters to the notice of all dispeptic persons, and to al
wuo require a stimulating medicine. '
- SKA JEWS AVE AEE RECEIVIXG UiiLi
ITU. DIRECTIONS A CCO MP ANTING EACH EGTTXL
They are sold by Medicine dealers generally.
Price lb cts. per bottle.
J. X. HARRIS ft CO., Cincinnati Uuxj,
rroprK-tors lor the &ouuiern and w extern f-iatesi to
whom address all orders.
For saie wholesale and retail by W. W. Eerry ft 1X
moruie ; twm, reaiieton ft Co.. and Kaius ft liruwrf
iue, leim.; j?. jtansueia s o., jiempnis, leiin.
J. Wnght ft Co., and sfcovil ft Mean?, Xew Ur leans : J
I. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; EUwaod Wilder, Louisviiie,
n-i . ocio-oaw-iy
Life Piils aad PiKBuix Bilters.
h- rpHESE Medicines hve cow Iwn befi re the pa!!
.L for a period of TilLKIY 1 EA1L?, and ilnno;
' that time have Damtauird a ti-ii character in almost
1 every part of "ie triube, tor their txtrawdinary and
immediate power ot rettonr.g penect health to jer-
sons suBernn under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human frame is izabie.
The following are aiu'w' tn cistres.s In varietv cf
human diseases in which lue
Vegetable Life Jledlciucs
are known to he infallible:
DYSPEPSIA, by tooronrhly cleaning tLe fir.-t and
fcoail etofnai and cre-qting a Ecw of pure. Lelii y
bilfr. instead of the stale and amd kind ; PLAXU-
:Y. la3 or Arrniia, nuimcu, 1iihl h.,
Uobcasws, lll-lemper, Anxietv, Langour and jieian-
chory, which are the general syuitoms of rVspeui,
will VAnrn. a natural ronsequecce of Us cure.
, COSirVflSXSS.by cin-dLnii lae whole length -f
we uiuaiinea mil a solvent JiMitss, and wiiiiuut
1 viotence ; aa violent purg.-s leave the bowels costive
wrtain two days.
FVES W all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
1 reguiar circuiauon, Ihrouirh the process of renirat:a
in soch cass, and the thorough solution of all intesti
nal obstructions m others.
The Life Medicine have been known to cure SHTTJ-
Te ATTSTlf pennanenky m three weeks, and GOUT m
Laa iuu time, by removing local indamat.on lxom Hi
muscles and liuwtts of the joints.
SSOPSTXS of all kind?, bv free in: and Etrenth-
emmr liie Kidiiers and bladder: thev operate moet de
lightfully on tbee important organs, and hence have
ever oeeri I'flna a certam remeuv lor the worst cases
of GRAVE!, -
Aiso WOiiJIS, by dislodging from the turnin2 of
the boweis the euiny matter to which these creatures
SCTJSVY. TXCES3 & IN V ETEUATE SOSES.
by the Deflect puriiy which these Lue aiediciiies nave
to the blood, and all th humors.
SCOSBDTIC ESTJFTIOXS and Bad Complexions
oy l lie IT alterative eilect upon toe Holds that leed the
skin, aad the mordid elate of inch occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliow, cloudy, and other dis-
The use of these Pills frr a vrv Ehort time will ef
fect an entire cure of SALT RHljjaH. and a striking
impprovement in the clearness i the skin. COii-
ALa UILAIS ana iH i JL U X. N Z A wiU ai a be
cured by one dose, urmuui tue worst.
t i !. ine original proprH-tor ol Uiese 31-iicines
was cured of Piles of 3a yean standing by the use of
ine uie Meaicmes aMHie,
EEVES AND AGUE. For this scourge of th&
Wa tern country, these Medicines will be found a sale,
, speedy and certain remedy, other medicines leave
... tae gvBlem subject to a return ol the disease a cure
by UMse Medicmes B permanent Try them, be satis-
myu uu or curvu.
BILIOX73 FEVERS AS" LIVES C0M-
fLAlalS. Oeueral Uebniiy, les oi Appetite, and
.Diseases ol Females the Medicines have been used
within most baoencial results incases of this de
cnptMtD King's Evil and Scrofula, in its worst
forms, yields to the miid , yet powerful action of these
remarkaDie Medicines. X ight Sweats, Nervous liabili
ty, Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the
xieari, ramuw cone ar peHiuy cured.
SLEECUdlAL DISEASES. Persons whose con-
Slilulnvis have become impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, will find these Medicines a pertect
care, ma uiry never lau to eradicate lrom the system
all the effects of Mercury, inhnitely sooner than the
most powenui preparations ol jjarsaparilla.
.i-r'- " ' W B MOFFAT,
t " Broadway, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL D&CGUtns
PURIFY THE BLOOD !
TAR. WEAVER'S CAXKER AND SALT RHEUM SY-
KIP, lor the cure of Canker, bnit Kiieuin. Erv-
sipelas, icrotulous Diseases, Cutaneous Eruptions, Mre
Eyes, aad every kind of Disease arting from an im
pure slate of I be Blood. THE Iuc-r EFFECTIVE
BLOOD PURIFIER OF THE XI.SETEENTH CENTURY
It is the Prescription of an Educated Physician, and
ail who are afflicted with any of the above mm! Ul-J
eases, should use it without delav. It will drive the
diseases I rum the system, and wbn once out on the
skin, a few applications of DR. WEAVER'S CERATE, or
OINTMENT, and you have a permanent cure.
The CERATE has proved itself lo be the best Oint
ment ever invented, and where once used, it has never
tu uu w euecting a permanent cure of Old
orea, Tetter and Ringworm. Scaid Head, Chilblains and
srost Bites, Barber s Itch, Chapped or Cracked Hands
or Lips, Blotches or Pimi.-s on the Face. And for
SORE NIPPLES AXD SOKE EYES, the Cerate is uTe only
thing required to cure. It should be kept in the houa
of every family.
Pnce of syrup $1. Orate of 25 cents per bottle. Di-
rr "'K-"iaru uotue. e.ia oy rawt AWt-
i .Vr V tiAiiiUd CO., Proprietors,
th Western And Hrmlwrii stairs - Cincinnati, O
uJesneJ steuicinea may be ad-
Wbckaleand Safl fcy W. W. Berry &
Tlite, Ewni, PendXrioa 4 Co., lUias A Brown, and aj
iuebui u iu; Hanaherd si Ce ;
jnnnpuK, lenaj ta ara w uuer s Co., iAtuisville k v
DR. HEXBY ANDREW, the original inventur, re
tmaer and Boeder of new principles in the prac
tice of MeriiciBe, cast be consulted by letter, by ad
dressing him ttSew O leans. La., and Medicine wiil
iorwardesl by mail, (free of charge for trial. k anv
Post Ofheo la IL Uko. DR. AN IiHjZW oilers m ail
cases of Cocsusaptioa andXervous Debility, scrofula.
and all ESeuaa;c, Paralytic and Mercurial a3--ctHi.
itramrr. rf t. Li .. . . .4 1 -. . . ,,, , ,
u - yiuc, ivjiiu-w a AHaauer
Gravel, Ioty,c., a Bale aad speedy cure. FenWe
Weakness, Suppression, Irregularities, and all diseases
' 2f Vunib strictures in the Urethra, Fistula and
riles remedial without the use instruments or band-
mwa A f ir tvct-niw , - . 1 1 . ,
( - ' J jwaui jrravuri aiiu proit!iuftai
experience, he can Mate that no person iu the world
" u.-wras witn mineral or vegeuble mtd:
Iciae alee. There never wax uu. -hr..u.
trate4 rsht or properly at tha Charity IJjdpiba in
7 uu pnoe 01 ice medical licuity
- x n. rie uses no mineral medicine. His
I " most aebuitated to enjoy as sreax
voerfctJon of bealUi while Ukicz ftas medicine mti
K FELS. V
cetvad Ad for aa by
RAIX3, EHOX Jt CO
n 1 -aMaaaaaaaaaalalawaajaaa a i. i
' - VS ' . ; S - t--; . ?
-At. r-Zr J - a. -
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
LUfJN purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen, of higa medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following complaints, viz, :
DEBILITY. KEEVOTJS AFFECTI0X3.
CIATI0X, DYSPEPSIA DiARKHEA, COUoiL
.CBOFULA, SALT EHETJ2J. SCTTEVY.
JAUNDICE. LIVES COMPLAINTS EHET7MA
riSX. KESCTJEIAL CONSEQUENCES, HTTE3.
KimXI EE VERS, KETJEALGIA, CHEONiC
EEADACHES. FEMALE "WEAKNESS. HIS
KEX5TRUATI0N. WHITES, CHLOEOJIS. etc.,
PI1IPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS 0?
I HE EELS', eti
The 12,05 heing absorbed by the blood, acd
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part cf the body can escape their truly wonder,
Tha experience of thousands daily proves that
io preparation of Iron can for a moment be
:o-n-areA with it. Impurjties of tie blood, de
pression of vitil energy, pala and otherwise
;ic!-Iy complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivablo case. In il cases of
f-'Taale debility (fiaor albus, chlorObis, etc), ita
effects are delightfully renovating. Na remedy
aa ever been discovered, in the whole history
cf msdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit an unusual disposition for activo and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute. .
Put np In nrat flat metal boxes contain f,
SO pills, price SO cents per Jxx t six bn'xr.
6-4 jO; iie ilo.rn boxes, ft K. For saJe by
Drtupsts sjeiicradly. AVI11 be sent frrr to
any- address on receipt or the price. All let
ters, orders, etc., sltooJd be addressed. to
K. B. LOCKE & CO.,
3 19 EKOAUWAT, K V.
above ls a Car simile ef thf
DR. J. H. McLEAK'S
FtrengtncniEg Cordial and
The Greatest Bemedy in the World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entific and Vege
procured by the
llistiliation of Roots,
'y Herbs and Bart,
Yellow Dock, Blood
Koot, Black Koot,
Cherry Baric and
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tractcd bv mv new
' method of distilling.
Ikfsrc takmicious, eihuerating liter takin.f .
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the di.-ie;iini system, and restoring the sick, sulfa ring
and debuitaled Invalid to Health and frtrengtb.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jaun
dice, Chronic or Xervoas Debility, Diseases of the Kidnoy3
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver oi
tomach, lij-spepsia. IlL-artburn. Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, inul Pain or switmnin? m the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Cbikii:2 r suflocatuit: feeling when lying
down, Irvness or Yellowness of the Skin and Kves,
N"iKit Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pam iu the Email of the
Back. Chest or Mde, sudden Hush of Heat, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Iespoiidency,or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the skin, and
frever ant Ague (or cnil!s and lever .)
Over a Million of Bottles
Have been sod dtirin? the List six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satislaction. Who
then, will sutfer from Weakness or Debility when Ale
Lean's Strettnlkeninf Cardial wiil cure vour
So laniruae can convev an miequate idea of the im-
me-tiatc and almost miraculous change produced bv
takm? this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
EOiitlered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung orgau zttion is restored to its
pristine health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause
will tind McLean's Mrecethenin? Cordial a thorougt
regenerator ol the system, and all who may bare ui
jurea taemseives Dy improper uidulcence, will hnd m
the Cordial a certam and speedy remedy
TO THE LADIES,
McLean's Mrenstheniiis: Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient CootamptiOD, Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation. locontinence ot
Crine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Vt'omb. Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases incident lo
Tltete Is no irUstalte About It.
Sufler no lonrer. Take it accordine to directions. It
will stim:i!ate.strengthenand invigorate you and cause
me doom oi ncaaa to mount your cheek again, tvery
ooiiitr ts warruuieu 10 give satisiaciion.
u j . v.n.iivu u vj c.iK. I , ptiuj ur AlUli. bVU, 3JO-
If Tnn. rhillM. n .;..Mr . rt" : I , r
iean s Loraiai will make tnem neaithy, fat and robust.
ueiay not a moment, try it and you wiil be convinced.
It is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Bewareof Druggists or Dealers who mav
iry iii iw,ji upon vou some Bitter, or Saraiun a
tra-h, whM.b they can buy cheap, bv saviner it is iust
asuuu. At oiu sucn men. Asitior Mcleans strength
ening Cordutl, and take nothing else. It is the only
remedy that wiil purify the Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
One tables-pnonful taken everv morning fastine. is a
certain preventive tor Cholera, Chills aud Fever. Yel-
iuw xcier, or au urevaieut Ulsease. 1L is r-.nt im in
ITice only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5
J. II. Mrl EAV
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's V I
caino Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third anil Pine eta .
Sold by V. W. BERRY & DEMOYTLLE. Vaehvill
nuu mpcvwiit: uisls every wnere.
my? In e
As accidents vUl kanpen. even in well reaulaled fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
niitt way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, aic
SPALDETG'S PREPAXED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is alwavs ready and up to the
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. 11 is lust the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
moment and taste.
his admirable preparation Is used cold, beine chem
ically held in solution, and poesv-ssing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may ba
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
'USEFUL IX LVLHY nOU?H."
X. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Whoiesale Dep"t . Xo. 45 Cedar street, Xew York.
Address, EXSBY C. SPALDING & CO.,
box, o. 3,000, ew York, -Put
up for Dealers m Cases containing Fonr.Etelit.
and Twelve Unions a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
ww A simile bottle of SPALDLNG'S rRFPAP.FT)
GLWk will save tea tunes its cost unnuallv to everv
Sold by ail prominent Stationers. Pruetrists. Hard!
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy ? lores
Ciiii:iry merchants should make a note of SPAL
SENG d PREPAKKD GLUE, when mihn? un their Iwt
jt will stand any climate. janlft-ly
aoBERI BOOK. ... n atttt itw innr.
ROBERT 3200RE & CO..
PRODUCE COMMISSION IfERCITAVTS-
XO.iaWALXCl &TREFI, .
OFFEKfraIemloU - . -
ltXiO Barreis Flour, superuna U extra familv
7U0 Bushels Clover Seed; ' -
600 .. " Timothy "
300 Herds GraM;
B00 " Stripped and Clean Rliw r.r. ..'
1000 boxes Western Reserve. Kmrii.h ik,; J1.
Kutlneg Chees; . .. - ,
Lard and Linseed Oils, Bacon, Grain, Caadlea. goan
Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, tec . T'
Kiaiouivis lacumea ana ive prompt attention
to the purchase of Merchandise rvauirad hir th ...k.
em trade, and to th sale of Cotton, Pig and Biaxttn
Iron, Dried Fruit, and Produce gsorxl!y. .
IJtm TCTnyei. fm' in 1 1 M1
Itw davj uniilttiiy cheap for uch goods, by
wtaj-tf . . ... besj. f. zumJjs & co.'
7 E are now receiving and opening a large and se-
KCteu SIOCC n olAiC AaU iAvi
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
- TKIMMLNGS, Ac,
SIIOES, EOOTS AND BROGANS,
Negro extra 'size Mud Boots, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats. Cloth Laps, anu a large slot ic oi anety uoous,
Threads of all kinds, aud Yankee Notions, 4x., Ax.
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, Ribbous, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassimers, Satiinetis, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Cioths ; Over Coatings; a large stock of Shirts, Skirts,
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspenders, Gloves, Hose and
half Hose of every kind, Sc., &c.
A large and well assorted stock of superfine
READY - JJI ADE CJLOTIIIXG.
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, ChilJ
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stock
is unusually large, and will be sold under any body's
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
Velvet and Brussels Carpeting, 3 and 8 ply half wool
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpeting,
which will be sold cheap.
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Augers. Gimblets, Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek
ing Brushes, Blacking, Guns and Gun Caps, &c, cheap,
We unwillinelv ackuowledce that we have the larg
est stock of every description of Goods in the city of
Aasnviiie, and ail we have to say, is that we intend im
Ml-LLlliLM. Our house SHALL be the beau 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 AXD EXTE.$IVE STOCK
Before you buy, be sure.
EDWARD TRAEUE & W. II. LUCUS,
r Xo. 73 Public Square, Xasbville, Tenn.
We have in our emplov the following gentlemen:
GF.O. W SHIELDS. Bookseller and Cashier;
GEO. W. XORVELL, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAJiKS B. MCHOL, Salesman;
W. RAYMOND. do:
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do; last but not least
bv a cood deal.
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especially those who purchase for cash
and pav their notes when due.
aug24-tl TRABCE & LUCUS.
1 A V5 d fc Lt V5 C A S
Job Lots of Soots and Shoes-
'TTT'E have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
V V and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call immedi
ately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
stairs, No. 71i.
june23-tf TRAEUE & LUCUS
a. B. MOXTGuHESY.
J. W. STEWART.
3I0XTG0UERY & STEWART.
GROWERS AXD DEALERS IX
Fruits, Ornamental Trees,
Shrubs, Roses, &c, &c.
XASUVTLLE, : : : : : : : TEXXESSEEL
Three Miles from the Public Square on the Hillsboro'
or Broad Street Thurnpike.
IHE Proprietors, "in offering this edition of their
J Catalogue to the Public, beg leave to assure them
that every endeavor is used to render then- establish
ment worthy of confidence and patronage of all per
sons. Their Fruit Trees are well grown, remarkably
thriflv, and of such varietv 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 Large Ever
greens and Onamental Trees, suitable for immediate
effect. Ours is the only establishment in the Slate
where such can be had.
N'aming, Packing, Shipping and Transportine care
fully attended to.
Enough charged for packing to pay cost or material.
All plants delivered in Xashville free of charge.
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY & STEWART.
ocU26-d6in. if ropnetors.
W"E have this day sold our entire interest in the
Book. Stationery and Periodical Business.
Xo. 6 Union street to Mr. John T. Hagao and John D
W. Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under the style of Green & Co.
JOILNSOX & TREAX0R.
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 confidence of the people.
A. W. JOHNSON . JR.,
octS-tf JOHN O. TREAX0R,
.3. LtViISliX CO.
-XO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET, -XAsnvniT!,
XO 5 MAGAZIXE STREET,
Xrw Orisuks. La."
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in niue8,uii,uakand Hemlock Sole Leather,
Russett and Wax Upper Kip, French and
Amer: an Calf Skin, Colored Roans,
Linings,Bindings, Moroccos, Har
ness and Bridle Leather, and
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 heretofore given such
satisfaction. Parties entrusting their orders to us. ad
dressed as above, may, with confidence, rely on their
msircuiions oeuig carried out with fidelity.
Km' The highest market price paid, in cash, for
WE have in store, and for sale cheap, a large as
sortment of Sates, which for durability, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
United States. M1ZELL, HOOPER 4 CO . -
janfl-U " , . . Kos 6 and 8 Marke st
Ofl BARRELS Timothy Seed; -.
W " - BlueGrrssdo; - -.-'-a
20 Orchard Grass do; .
20 " Herds Grass do
In store and for aaie lew by ' ' '
septU HLGII McCREA OO
' Flour!.' . ;.
K f BBLS Fagen's Epicurean, the best article in the
eJW market, tor sale bv
octS-tf . C0XRAD, CHAXDLER & CO,
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed, de
livered in all parts of tue city at short notice
aad full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
directing to Box. 670 P. U.,or leaving orders at the oi-
fice of the ard, next to the Gas House, Cherry street
ASTHMA, lad raw
XEN.T CXKK of
his distressing complaint use
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR! k CO., 107 Jf ASSAU ST., N.
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post,
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS,
mayt-insly ' ' -" ' ' '
C European Medical Institute!
No. 704 Broadway, above 4th Street,
THE necessity of giving to the public of the United
States, a rational and not expensive treatment in
all Diseases 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. . . -
Ha may therefore be consulted at his convenient lo
cation, "704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on band his own and Dr. Ricord's preparations, such as
Flor del Ccayali, ($2 per bottle) against Seminal
losses and Debility from excesses or self-abuse, the
best remedy known in Europe.
His Preventive against Infection, (1 per bottle.
Ricord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one dox sumoient to cure any case, $2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy ceres that disagreeable af
fliction in 2 few davs. $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 eight room provided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He is under the necessity of notifying the public
that he has not the slightest connection with his old
office, at 512 Broadway, and that an imposler is copy
ing verbally his advertisements.
The Doctor's new place is 704 Broadway, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the Xew York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted in English, German,
luuiaii, r reucu orepanisn.
Letters should be addressed to Box 3576, P. O-, Xew
tort. . july'J4-dwly
Cholera, Flax, Djsenterj.
NO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
in the House. Children are dying daily from
Bowel Complaint, which this remedy would promptly
Debility front Heat.
While the Thermometor ranges over 90 in the shade,
the Gracfenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 25 eta.
a package, makes tha best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 25 cents you can make half a gallon of those
health giving bitters, which aid the appetite, givepow
erto the constitution, regulate the bowels, and conquers
general debility. Now is the season for ther use.
julyl3-tf " MACKENZIE k MTXCHTS".
No Time to Wait for the Doctor!
A BOUT these times all children will eat greet fruit.
IX. At any moment of day or night they are liable to
be attacked by Cholera Morbus; Dysenterry or Diar
rhoaa. Xo time then to send for a Doctor. The Grsef-
enberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves all such
cases. Xo lamuv ought to be without it it in the bouse.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
tn Tennessee in the past tew years. Onlv 50 cents
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season.
A tresn lot just received.
mayl5-tf MACKENZIE k MJXCHIX.
ARE THE BEST IX THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
INDIGESTIOH 5 CONSTIPATION
ACHE BERVOUSNE ILLIOUSSESS
HEAETBTJKS' ACIDITY-HATTSEA FLAT
TJLEJfCE WAST OS APEIITE DYSPEP
SIA LTVEB C0XPLAINT--GEIPLKGS.
On account of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the Grsefhenberg
film win oe iouna more pleasant than any other.
jjy Price 25 cents per box. On the receipt of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postage
to any part oi me country.
MACKEXZIE & MTXCHINT,
sept22-tf Xo. 14 College street.
Que of the most popular and benevolent
OX DEADER1CK STREET,
THE Doctor himself is an old Parctitioner, from the
old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably surmountep
au me iriais ot ine new worm, sua oatiiea caa cou-
quored death of the whole range of diseases of our dif
ferent climates, bouth and .North, so that the fame of
nis success in tne treatment or general aud private
di?ises is indisputable for which be has the most re
liable references. .
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, aud much gratification he feels, in general,
by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the American,
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, cousci-
entousness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing a
tee, to rosi-oinee uox o. sm.
His Family Residence is on Xorth Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late .. attended the use of
IXDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflicted
with Piles to it It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial effects It is the only prcitaration that
can be relied on for a permanent and speedy cure. If
you are alllicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other medicine m connection witb it. It is compounded
under tne supervision oi L. . s ttT who wul return
the money u no cure proceeds from its use. -Jtif
For sale at Deuiovillc's aud Degrove'8, and by
otner uruggists. junelb-ti
DRUGS AXD MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL ETJGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
WE are prepared to execute orders for Drags
and ifledielnes and all articles periaiu
ing to the Drug Business, with despatch pd at the
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 pat np that is of
a aouotiuior sopDisucaiea character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines. and we, therefore, invite yon to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show you inducements seldom offered in thisor any
other Southern city. In addition to Drues we -have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
,',.1.1 . . .1 T.,. I . . 1 1 . ; 1 1 t: J . , i
Tnrpentme Vrusbvi, Vinor and Wines for medi
Great Premium Attractions.
Eclectic Magazine for 1861.
George P. Pr-rxin, Esq., the Publisher oriitVTXG'S
LIFE OF WASHIXGTOX, in five large vols., the nrice
of which is from $7 to $90 per set, according to the
Dinding, has prepared a new and beautiful edition of
this great National Work, in One Splendid Volume ot
821 pages, in double columns, in clear and readable
type, with a full Appendix and copious Index, superb
ly illustrated with Twenty rich and costly Eneravincs
The Work is unabridged and complete as in the edi
tion of 5 volumes.
1. We offer this splendid book as a Pkkiuc.v. as fol
2. We win give one copy of this valuable edition of
Washington lrving's most important work, to any
person, or any three persons, who will separately or
unitedly send us the names of three new Subscribers
to the EcLKcnc. with the pav. in advance, for one
year $5 each. - -
3. This is a rare chance, and an easy mode of obtain
ing one of the must valuable histories in our language.
4. Any minister or person can thus obtain a rich ac
cession to his own private library.
- 6. Any three persons, in every village in the land,
can thus enjoy the inatrucifons of this great book of
American History, by uniting to obtain the work, and
sharing in its ownership. '
o. Competent testimony of burn literarv nntlmrit tr
has pronounced lrving's Life of Washington a leading
work of the age in the department of history.
I. we nave maoe tne necessary arranzements with
the Publisher for a supply of th-s work lor premiums.
o. j.ue wora. wuiuu promptly sent Dy express, pre
paid, to all convenient distances. In other cases, the
work will be deposited in the principal cities South and
,i ioi, niui on uiuirr lor lus ueuv ery,
9. Intelligent men in. every community will by glad
to have this work within- reach of their sons and
daughters. - . .. ,-.
10. The attention of Postmasters is especially invi
ted and their co-operation solicited. ;
11. The oiler, and the easy manner of obtaining the
work, in connection with the Eclschc, is unsurpassed.
The works are both ready. ',
P. S. A $90 set of this work was sest'to the rooms
of the Prince of Wales at Boston. , -
: GREAT. PREMIUM PORTEIAT.
1. Anew and surpassingly beautiful and accurate
portrait of the Hon. EDWARD EVERETT, engraved by
John Sartain, is just published. It is exactly twenty
times larger than the full-length portrait of Air. Ever
ett, published in the Eclectic. It is the largest and
the finest half-length portrait ever engraved in this
country. Price $2. - . ...
2. We will send, postage paid, a copy of this very
beautiful portrait to each new subscriber to the Ec
lectic, who pays $o in advance. - - - . - . -.
- - PREMIUM PARLOR EXGKAVIXGS. ' " t
. We renew the offer of a choice of these Parlor En
gravings T he Return from Market, and UtaI Affee
lion which already embellish so many parlors in all
parts of the laniL. A copy of either, postage paid
will be sent to each new subscriber to the Eclectic'
who pays one year in advance.
4. If wide spread- commendations of the Eclectic
by the Press, in all parts of the land, that it is Lbe best
magazine published and the most richly embellished,
then now is the time to subscribe, aud obtain both the
work aud a valuable premjun besides. . - w .. .
' ' TERM 8.- - 'y - - " .'i
- The Eclectic is issued on the first or every" month.
Each number contains 144 large octavo pag, .on fine
paper, neatly stitched, in green covers, with one or
more beautiful Hteel Portraits, by Surtain. The twelve
numbers comprise three volumes, of 600 pac9 each,
with titles, indexes, and embellixhinents. Prioe FrV'ai
DOLLARS- The postage is only three oeuts a number,
prepaid at the olUco of deli very. The January number
for 60 cents ; any other for 4 i ce&tseent in postage
stamps, i - i ... W. ILBIDWEIX -
no riO-tr : Xo. 6 Beckman Street, Xew-York .
DUVAL & JONES '
No. 8 Cherry Street
NASHVILLE, JEXXESSEY. r ,...,
At Greatlj Reduced Prices.
$50! $50!! $50!!!
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 Family 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 j using Flax
Thread, Cotton or Silk.
They make the shuttle or
lock stitch, undoubtedly
the best made by Sewing
Machines. The Howe Sewr
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 BItOS., Agents,
54 COLLEGE STREET,
F It A N C IS GO'S.
OXTR Fur Department is now opened for the inspec
tion of the ladies, where may be found the largest
and best selected stock of.ladies Furs ever brought to
this city A J FKANCIiH.O.
octli Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public Square.
Our Moleskin Hat. "
1 1 mS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
JL up for the Fall aud Winter wear is far superior to
any yet offered. .- A. J. FRAXCISCO, -
octlT . No. 23 Public Square.
Fall and Winter. Styles of Soft
' ' Hats. '
WE would call especial attention to eur large im
portation of I rench Black and Brown and XaDt
Otter Hats, so popular in the South for Fall and Winter
wear A J FRANCISt O,
octlT Hatter and Furrier, Xo 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy' Hats aud
.- . : - Caps.
SOME Xew and Beautiful styles, which we are now
offering Call Parisian desitrnsl. to which we invite
the attention of parents.- - A J FRANCISCO,
octli Xo 23 Public Square
READ THE LATEST NEWS ! !
The Sou th er ner
PATU.N T HOT Al R
" .' And Complete Cooking . .
yHE wonderful effects of thi3 Invention mest be
witnessed to be believed.
I ; It: Bfqnim less Wood fur Bakin
man is consumed In kindling fires lii 'ordiuary ovens
and Stoves. . " - .
0SE CORD 0F Ilill D - WOOl)
Will be sufficient to ceofc fn It for a family a whole
year., . It cooks in about one half the1 time ordinarily
required, and the heat is regulated with such-- precis
ian that scarcely any skill or eare is necessary to cook
withabsolute perfection.- Meats are roasted thoreugu
ty with the mast desirable unilormitv, and come from
it to the table -juicy aad tender. Bread is baked with
or without a hard crust, as desired, and will remain
fresh ami son much longer than bread baked in other
ovens. Another very important ad va ntage is, that the
stove when cooking Ordinarily gives out so Hltie heat
to the surrounding air that it will not kindle friction
matches laid upon it, so that in summer it scarcely
heats Uie room at all ; but in winter, by opening one
ot the doors, it will heat the room with about one
fourth the wood repaired by any stove in use. ' For
sale by - - MACKEXZIE & lOXCHlN .
deco-tT Agents for the Patentees.
CO At. I COAL ! CO Ala !
UXTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Eaccoon Uountain Coal Oumpany (formerly
jfciaa) at the following prices; , .. . .... .. . .
Lump Coal, . . per ton .....y..S.tS 60
, ItoundCoal, v . " & oo '
Nut Coal, ' tr tt 4 oi)
Blacksmith' do. p " " 3 40
Mr. Jons B. luna will in future attend to 'be busi
ness of the Company in this place. - -
SAHCEL J. AGXEW,
; General Superintendent B- At, C, Co.
Nashville, August 18, lStiu.
" lOrdeni can be left in Box No. S4, Ptiet Office, or
at tue Tard, back: of th Xashville and Chattanoon
Bailroad Depcu . . JOHX LAti,
oiT-tf . .. L . Aent.
IUf8. la WX t CO a I
CRl'kCH ASDERSOX.... J0B3 R. AiDKKSOX.
cncRca, ixdeusox & - co..
No. 0 tollega street,
tAAA BUSHELS of A Xo. 1 Oats, just received
1 U U U and for sale bv
mar22-tf CHCRCH, AXDERSOX k CO.
- . ; v V
HuDgarian Grass See3.
ltT have on hand a large quantity of the best
t V Hungarian Crass Seed which we are Selling low.
nar29-tf - CHURCH, AXDERSOX & CO.
"T TTE have just received a large lot of TAR, and are
t offering it at the lowest figure.
mar29-tf CHURCH, AXDERSOX k CO.
Wlit y! Wilis ky! Whisky!
""T7"E have in store a large quantity othe best of
v : all kinds ot the purest W HlsKY. All ye lover
of the essence ot corn give us a passing call.
mar29-tf . CHURCH, AXDEPoOX k CO.
M. A. PABBISH & CO.,
Froutf ng- on College aud Market ata..
South of Broad,
600 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
low by MA PARRk-H & CO.
' BALED OATs
100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, past received and for
ale by M A PARRIgH k CO. .
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
WHITE AXD BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats;
S00 " Black "
ust received and for sale by MA PARRISH k CO.
XESHAXX( CK POTATOES.
200 barrels Xorthern Potatoes, Just received and for
ie bv MA PARRISH k CO.
300 bans Wheat Bran, just received and for sale by
MA PakKiSJ Co.
4000 bushels Shelled Com ;
IOC " Ear
Just received and for sale by MA PARRISH & CO.
250 bags line Corn Meal ;
100 Bolted '
Just received and for sale by M A PARRH & lX
- SEED RI E.
100 bugs Xo 1 Rye, just received and for sale cheap
by MA PARRISH & CO.
Most of the above articles are on consignment, as
well as many others not mentioned iu the above list ,
all of which will be sold cheap in order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our line would do well to call and examine our
slock before purchasing elsewhere.
oct3-tf . 11 A PARRISH & CO
Jnst received by 51. A Parrish & Co.
Qnt BAG3 Crushed Corn;
,i jl 100 bags Family Meal;
360 bas White Meal Corn.
Auction and femn)isio;i Card.
TO SOUTHERN 31LRCHAXTS AXD EEALERS.
THE subscribers have opened a large and extensive
house for the transaction of a stnctlv COMMIS
SIOX BUSIXESS AND OEXERAL AGENCY", with ar
rangements for the constant reception of all kinds of
Ooods, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in the
various departments of Trade.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Xashville to our varied and
constantly changing stock, as the larger portion of our
consignments are from manufactures, first hands, or
thoseorccd to sell to raise funds. Keep in view that -the
money is made in the purchase.' orders laitmuiiy at
tended to when accompanied bv the cash.
BEXJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.,
- Central Stores, Xo. 27 and 29 College St.,
feba-tf Xashville, Tenn.
Direct through the Custom-house of Nashnlt '
AXD DEALERS IX
Wincs. Brandies , & c; ,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy!
Havana Cigars, Clive Cii,
V 45 V 111 I C i I A i , 3i C . , $. .,
o. 30 Aortli 31arltet street,
(Xext door above the Watson House,)
NASUVr LE, TENNESSEE.
TTTEhave ed a house in this city for the
VV purpose , ' nding fine WINES, BRANDIES,
LiOAilS, kc, &c . au ceep coastantiy on hand sever
al qualities of V Inoj jid Brandies, which have never
before been impm into this State.
We import our Goods direct,(one of our firm being
in Europe much of bis time.) and PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove that we nave imported gooas.
JOHN II. SECEIST,
c WHOLESALE DEALER - . .
IS ALL, KIiXDS OF
GRAIN AND PRODUCE,
Sonthern orders wttl be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. . Aug21-6m
Auction & Commisidii Slcrchant,
Corner Cedar and Cherry ets.,
- . i .Nashville, Tenn.,
X ESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Merchan
JLV dise of all classes. Satisfaction given to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. - Consignees
of goods to this market will nnd my auction sooms well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold without delay and
the money paid over forthwith.
X. B. No goods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
signments. . .. . . . . mar 25
IIISTOltY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court . ol
ON THE ilA&lS OF THE CODE
; . ' by '
. Abraham Carutlicrs,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON;
For sale iu Xashville by
, - ; JOHX YORK k CO.,
junelS-tf - No. S8 rTnieo street.
IIOISE. SICX AXl) CB AMOTA L PALNTER,
No. 75 North JTIarUet street,
Opposite. Myers, Hunt & Co. 8 Cirriage Shop.
jRar All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch. septll-tf
' .CUSaAX1 SCOTT.
WILLIAM C. SCOTT
SCOTT -& BROTHERS,
Co 'mission merchants. :.j
. . NO. 9 LOCUST STREET, . . ..
: ' St. L.o is, 31 o.
fTTK would invite the attention of VnJstothe
V V fact that there has never been ary a -?e in the
style of our firm, and that-there isi Lability of
being any '- - - - ' - oci23m
; A Card to Families.
WKbave on salea flue Brett carriage, second hand;
One Phaeton Carriage, new;One superb Barouche,
second hand; One large laroily Carriage, second hand ;
Fine second band Piano, good make. All of wlLk h
will be sold very cheap, to elose, by " -
EENJ. F- SHUXnS k CO., .
' eept20-tr : Central Auction Ruoins, a; College sc ;
' I have this day, associated with me la the Booa
business, 1R. J. B. RUTLAND and UR. JXO. EAbT
MAX. - . Nashville, Sept l,lo60.
. - F. HAGAX. '
-1. B. KlTLaS,
v.'- I?. UAiA3 Si CO. .
y BOOK SELLERS AXD STATIONERS, ,
,V : " " - - 41 College Street,
Aug. -' - i iastinlie, Xenn.
DR. F. A. KAUEENEE,
liysiclan aui Suvgeu,
No. 23 (upstairs) Cedar EL, XaslivUle, Tenn. .'
Offlce boors anta 9 A. M., between 1 and S P. M.,and
berween 7 and If.li.
References Dm. Hering k Lipple, Philadalpaia, Fa t
w'suit the Uaws. '
iVashviilc and Chattanooga R.Ii.
Change , of Schedule.
OX AND AFTER
Sandaf, IVoTembec Htli, 1SGO.
Passenger Trains will run as follows:.
Leave Xashville at 8:80 a. v. and 3r.(.
Arrive at Chattanooga 19 r. at. and 15 a. at.
Ieave Chattanooga at " J30 a. x. and 120 r. x.
Arrive at Nash vine at 6.20 r. x. and 8 a. x.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington.
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, fcnoxviiie,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, Xew Or
leans, kc. "
Both Trams connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and West
ern and Atlantic Railroads.
Through Tickets may be had at any boar on applica
tion to Ticket -Agent, at olSce at Depot, to the following
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to Xew York, via. Charleston, S. C
. " " " E. T. k Va. route,
" " " Savannah
' Philadelphia, " "
" Petersburg, '
" Big Tunnel,
" . Charleston,
44 . Augusta,
44 Grand Junction,
44 Xew Orleans,
44 ' Holly Springs, Miss.,
novl2-tf E. W. COIX
Super in tended.
Notice to Shippers.
r1 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 uniform rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this dale, freight will be received by the
Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations onlv.
Rates on Flour Reduced.
HE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
X at Xashville, War trace, Shetbyville and Stations
on X. & C R. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel througU.
E. W. COLE.
. Sup't of Transportation X. A: C. R. R.
Express to Clarksville.
THE Southern Express Company respectfully an
nounce that they are now running mbi.vger3
through to Clarksville, via. E. k K. and M. C. k L. Rail
cars, and are prepared to forward to that place and in
lervening points with promptness and dispatch all
goods usually sent by express. They will also forward
te all places on stage routes, connecting with the above
Railroods. Bills, notes, drafts, etc., collected and
prompt return made.
- Office No. 19 Public Square.
iebl7-tf A. K. HOLT. Superintendent.
Jasper Urancli Railroad.
OrncK Nash. & Chat. Railroad Co.
October 3, 1S59.
BY order of the Board of Directors are made on the
stock of the Company subscribed for building a
a branch road from Bridgeport to Jasper, payable to the
Treasurer of this Company as follows :
One dollar on each share on tne 1st of November,, oi
18i9, and two dollan on each share on the 1st cay ol
December, 1859, January, February, March, April
May. June, July, August, September, October
and November, lSdO.
Payment may be made to Jackson Pry or, at Jas
per, or to the Treasner at his office in NJshvilie.
Promptness in meeting these calls is requested ol
subscribers of stock, a the construction ot the road
depends exclusively on the means provided specifically
for that purpose.
oct4-tf VT. A. G LEAVES, Treasurer. .
THE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roa.ia below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. Xodeiay to freights
by this route. E. W. CoLE,
. Charleston and
L1X i: S
Eaies Seduced acd Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roada. On and
alter the 24th of December, lai9, through rates
from Xew York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds $1 61
SecondClasa, 14 " 1 35
Third Class, ' " 44 1 18
Fourth Class, 44 44 06
Hats, Caps and Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Xashville three,
three and a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight an i nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations In
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
Xo detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
idjusted by tha Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad on
sehvery. C. W. ANDERSON.
Freight to Jiew York and riuladelphia
Cotlou and S'loui,
CHARLESTON AXD SAVAXXAB.
Cotton per bale of not more than 600 lbs.Velght $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at X to 2-16 less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. AXDERSOX,
dec23-tf General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMME NC11SG ON JUNE
MUle Miami aud Columbus and
CIS'TI, ilAJllllOS & DAITCS
1860 gS 1860
From CI A CI XX ATI to
Boston in &2hi hours.
Xew York in 30 K hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 brs.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland in 8H hours.
Wheeland in 9i hours.
Crestiino in 6 hours. .
Sandusky In 10 hours.
Baltimore in 24 hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in U hours.
Steubensviile in 10 hours
Zanesvilie in 0 hours.
Toleda in 9 hours.
Through Trains l ayc Ucciscati as foHow&i
7:30 Am HI. EXPRESS From Little Miama
Depot, ttnd from Cincinnati, Hamilton ft Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and llutlalo;
via. Columbus, Crestiine and Pittsburg: via. Coiiimbug,
Steubensvllle and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bellair and Ucnwood.
7J30 A. EVPItES From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Detroit Depot, aUo connects via. Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Cauaua; via. Dayton, Clyde and
Sandusky , . ., .
1 0 A !TI. EXRKVS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Ucnwood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestiine and Pittsburg; viaj Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buttaio. - " - -
6 I. ."I. EXrREM From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton aud Dayton Depot, via. lima, Teiedo, Detroit anil
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde cid iaaudusiy.
Jloderu Mceplng tars on IDta Tralu.
1 1 i oledo.
'11 I. I. EXI'REV From' Little Mlanil
Depot, connects via. Columbusteubetisville and Pitts'
burg; via. Columbus, Buliiar and Puuburg; via, Co
lumbus, Beluar and ben wood; via CUunabu. Crestline
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunitik and
Bu3alo. - -
aiotrn.SlecpiuKCara on this Train.
Passengers or Lako Steim';rs, leaviag Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. 21 . nave a hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make directcannecUons.
The 6 P. 31. Exjyress, SutunLit, mniet U cdn
nteiion as adtHriised. except for JJUroit
and fvints in Canada. -- . '
TheNiht Express runs Dally. Saturdays excepted.
AU other Trains, run Daily, taiardavi excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TTME, which is 7 Minutes
- U ter-than ClNQXXAit lUlE.
Baggage Checked Turougli
all Ka-teru Cities.
-' Passengers should bar In mind that the'fTX
CLNXATI" is um OLD and FAVOKrx& e
nections arc made promptly, the Roads ... . i - .
BALLASTED, and all modern Improves - -
injur ing araat, cowokt and SA' LTY.
. T II HO V Cm 1 1 T I CK ;
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAIL -OFFICES
iu the WiT aad 01 111. A . .
. P. W. tiliUDER. General Ticket
And BAGS 81 Rye, a Ko. I artu r.n
4tU U to siese U lot
Mt.tf CCXRAD.CilAl I
Great National TVoute.
To-ISaltimor - Pliiladelpliia,
NEW YORK. AXD BOST01Y,
- : - AXDJ)XLY ROAD TO
AXD BALTIMORE AXD OHIO
points to .
Tiie West, Souttwc&t and XorUiwtst.
Passengers by this route can visit tha cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, Xew York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to Tors: or Boston alone by other
Iiiroegh tickets can be procured via Wasningtosi
City to the Eastern Cuea at an additional charge of two
:, Sleeping cars attached to all night trains.
TiCKETSGOOD UNTIL USED.
With the privilege r stopping off at (Ju principal
Business mee or Travelers, for pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the eastern Ours at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for Its won
derful beauty and sublimity: it is on equalled in the
world. Its kystem of Day and Ktht track Police; Its
splendid equipment ' its exclusive Telegraph Lines; Its
large amount of double track; its ana Hotels (under
the surveillance of the Company) ensures to the pas
SPEED. S AFETY AND COMFORT.
Through Tickets and baggage checks can be obtains
t ii mjv Ji m. n I t cum ni'rra usyi as-
Ak tor Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportatioa.
L. M. OyLE, General Ticket AnU
E. F. FUIXLR, General Western Aect.
J. W. BS0yX, Gen'l Ticket Agent, C0.B.R,
LaQuIsvIHc and XasUvllle
1S68. Fall aud Winter Schedules, IS6I.
Commencing SUXDAY, XOV.23TH, 1S6X), Trains will
run as follows :
Train No. 1. TramXo. 2.
2L5A.M, 3:15 P.M.
4a0 4:T -
60, " 5:46
T15 Breakfast, TJ0 '
11:45 A.M. 116
Arrive at Gallatin ,
" Buwiing Green.
" " Cave City,
- ' RETURXIXG.
Leave Louisville. 7.46 A-M., T.O0 P. If.
Arrive at Nathville, SIjP. M., 6O0A.MJ
WfllJi.TUJ AV.V. UJ1J1U1A 1 lU.i -
Leave Xaaiville at 8 .00 P. SC., Arrive at Gallatin at
55 P. Jt- Itt-tuming, leave Gailatia. at 8:00 A M , j
ana arrive al Nsstivilie at 90 A. M
TRAIN S. 1 runs doily ail other trains daily, Sun
iiiAlX XO. 1 makes direct connection at LonisviUe
for Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Washing! on City, Philadelphia, Xew York and Boston.
Both Trains mike direct connection for Cincinnati.
Indiunapolis, Chicago, M. Louis, and all points Xortli
and Xorth wst.
i hrourh Tickets for sale at the Depot for all princi
pal points East, North aud est.
nov29-dtf . J. B. AXDERSOX, Superintendent.
Xashville & Decatnr Railroads
Com'pkte from Saihrillc to Decatnr.'
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS WILL COMilEXCE RUN
ning from Nashville to Decatur, Grand Junction,
Memphis, Jackson. Tmn., Canton, Jnckson, Bliss., and
Xew Orloans, on WEU-E.-DaV, NOVLMBLR21SI, 18d0,
making close connections Xorth and South.
The shortest and most reliable route, passing through
the finest portions of Tennessee and Alabama, having
gcntieii anly conductors, and wriring quick time.
Line can crier greater inducements to travelers than
The Passenger Trains over this Road will leave Xash
ville at 7 A. M. , and 6 30 P. Jf . Aruve at XashvUle at
1 50 A. M., and 1 i'O P. M.
Freight Tr .ins leave Nashville at 5:15 A. M. Arrive
at Xa."hvUle at 6:80 P. M. W. O'X. PERKJX3,
novl7-tf ' General Superintendent.
Georgia 7estern Railroad.'
Omct GsoaciA WtsTEK RjirutOAii Co., I
Atlanta, Xov. 17th, 1860. j
Alt meetiDg of the Board of Directors, held this
X day, it was -
Hesolved, That taking Into consideration the threat
ening aspect of political a3alrs,and the consequent
stringency in the moory market tue Board ot Direc
tors deem it prudent to postpone the proposed i 'stung
of contracts on the Georgia Westers Railroad until
March or April next, of wbioh due notice will be
Kesolved, That an instalment ef one dollar per s' are
be called in, payable on the first day of lcetnber next,
at the cSce of the Company in AUanta, in hen of the
ten per cent, called m, payable at the aforesaid time
Resulted, That the Chief Engineer be Instnti ted to
continue in service tha eorps of Assistant Engineers, in
order to p- epare the wbote work for lcttinf betweea
Atlanta and the Western terminus. W. P. ORiLE,
nov24-tf , Secretary.
Xasltville to Clarksville, IIop
laMiisTillev tlender&onj &c.
Only one train each way daily, Sun das excepted.
Leave Xashville at 2:45 P.3L
Arrive at iNaohville at lOJi A. M
Traina connect at Taifs Sutionwith Slaughter a:
Co. 'a daily line of Four Horse Coaches for Hcpskias
ville, Ky., via - rent. in, Pembroke, &c
' From Uopkmsvilie starts kM.ve daily for Columbus,
Ivy., Paducah, f mithland, Eddyviile and Henderson.
Fare from Nrsaviile to BopkiuvtU $4 0.
decl-tf - Chief Engineer, EsSBR.
Pike' Peak and the Golden City!
TRAVELERS FOR " . . .
Illinois, : . -
: IN'ew Alexico, ,
- . Utali TeriitorT,
-,,!,!ts WILL please take notice that
. Ffv7 the first c Juss passenger steamers
C. E. HILL MAN, Corbitt, Master, " J
Leaves here every TUESDAY, at 4 o'clock, connecting
at Cairo witb Illinois Central Railroad, and at St.
Louis with ail the Railroad aad Steambcat Lines to ail
Western points. ... ;
AXD on every SATURDAY, to
famous and fleet packet
B- Jl. EUNYAN, Mnxstt, Master, . ,
Leaves this port , connecting as abnve.
Turn Route for ail persons going West Is the cheapBt
and most expeditious. For Freight or Passage. apply
on board or to a. HAMIT TOX. Agenu
1860. REGTJLAB, 186L
Xashville aud. tiuchnati Packet,
TUS FIXE ETEaVER
TOM. BRUCE, Captain , , I0EX T. E0PE1XS, Clerk'.
'I HE steamer CLIPPER has entered, as a regular'
A packet, between Uus city ana a-1 internieoiata
poru and Cmcumau, and wui conuiuie during tue en
tire season. Having superior accommodations for
Pa&aetigvia, shs effen every induevment forth sai
and speedy convey sace el the lrvunj public Hut
utmost ailentsoa wiil Uc paid to tha intsrst (4 all ship,
pers. - ,H. H.HAKR1SOX, Agent..
The good and reliable aaame-s - - - '
RED KOVEIi, Stkoxo, Uajiter, -
- JAMES WOolS, Botb, Master. '
' JAMES JOHNSON. 'JVhssok, SlagUr.
1 y ILL make rtfu'ar trip in the KanhvUIe and Xew
V Urieana Tiaoc thrvurhom the tieasoa. Tbo
Bo its are in fine ord, r. iau udV? s :;-rior mducemeuu
to the traveling ana a:pg pub.iO. For Freight er
Passace apply oa feuara, w tw.
n-viS-a A. UAXLTON. Aject '
NO. I -JD CAD CRl CiC STUOIT.
tL'cnUi & Stephens,
TOVTLT reaieUuUyanikHun.- W tha citizens ef
' f auviu that tuey haw ivr.d Lvpot on
' 1 leritk UiM-t. wherv tkcy luitiw w kag aoujtaat
i :.., Jly of the Qi.est, LAa.k Fiail. taALl'liivKk W4-
S, and ail kinds ol WiLU - a wfcwt wui
-'. rvaswaaeia pnitna, v-tf