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w NO. 49 ' PUBLIC 8QX7AEE," J r""
nash ville, Tennessee!
- - ? - " '
ARE now receiving an4 opening ao nno?Alr
ptm SHock of ,
Embracing a' great variety of New Articles, STy lea,
c., which they are prepared K offer to the Retnil
Trade, on terms that cannot be other ise than Satis
factory to purchasers.
P. 3. We wish t purchase, largo quantity of
WOOL, for whicn the h:ph-?t market prise in east
will bo paid. ; ' , ... , feb2S-lriwwl
VOU IS GO,
NOW COMPLETE AND IN . STOIC l-l'
WM. S. EAKTN & CO.
. North mem cornr Pobli; Square,
9- EBpecial Bargains for Cvb or for short time
prompt paper. marl-Bawif
UE WOY AL.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
TTAVE removed to No. 3, Hicks' Build u. North
. aide Public Squire, and have received their
- SPRING STOCK OF
D R Y
To which they invite :
log in thi? market.
he attention of Merchant buy-parl-ly
EVANS & CO.,
WHOLESALE DiJALHU a IN
Foreign and Domestic
Varieties and Clothing
Boots,Shoes, IIat, Bonnets, Kc.
Ko.l Naikvlllelaa Block
AKE now iu. receipt of their SPRING STOCK, to
wbi;h they iuvite tbe attention of the tr-id-. -f-b27-dly
I860. 1860. 1860.
N E W
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
Foreign and I.omesiie
B o o ts,Sho es,Hats,B on
nets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn lilock.
I'lTE are uow io receipt of our very large Mock of
Si'RIN'G AND SU3IMER
Which comprises all the new styles of importation?,
with much care in their selection , and we are deter
mined to oiler our customers and the trade gener
ally, our goods at priced that will challt-Qge compe
tition with any market in the United Suites. We in
vite t:i e trade to give our stock acioJ and early ft
:n?:natiou. GARDNER CO.
New Spring Goods,
Allison Anderson & Go
? 'IMPORTERS AND
Wholesale Dealers In
Foreign and Domestic Drj Goods
Ne. 41 Poblle Sqaare,
W'S, are now in t'ecipt of our Spring- Goods, and
desire to invite tho attention of our friend a
and fhtf trade generally to an examination cf our
usn 1 Urge, handsome and select stock, which we
oner oa acommodatin; terms.
ALLISON, ANDERSON k. CO. ,
A. w. gOTTHWOSTB.
;eo. b. nurn.
DOUGLAS & CO .
pealers at Wbolesnlo U .
Foreign and Domestic
flDtliiag, Carpets Boots, Shoe,
Hats, 3 ?snetsi Umbrellas, dc.,
So. S Puoi.c ;-j-..ire and No. 50 North Maraet t.
Nasliville, 'I enneser.
WE lovite the attention of Morrhantd tuaa ex
tensive and bnltiant Slockof Goods new oivcrd
and arr.iajdror the Spring Trade
Wepohc'.t the tuuroaageof Pcaler".reelius assured 1
that we were never better prepared to tervc their
ctere.n.as reeardu manrtade of gto-k, beauty of
Mylea and lib -rainy ot terms. We acknowledge no
upwior ability iu any city of the Cuion.
ravrl -rn - . IhjulIs 4 CO.
Thompson & Co.
BEG lttavetoeaU the aUeatun of their friends and
customers to the finest assortment of ' ' -
ever brogbt to this market. Cnlmine 01"
I IXEX SHEETINGS,. -"- i--- ' .
IJVEN DEJtASK, -
. un en towels,
; linen napkins, '
in fact, everything coming under the head of
WHITE GOODS. -
they have also just received, extenaive-a..rt-4
Carpets and Carpet Rags
CALL AW ' SEE - - TI1E3I.
feM4 ' . . .-.
I8 6 0.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are bow in receipt ef a -complete stock ol
LAXDRETH'8 Gsrdea Seeds, of the growth n
tS59, including all the diflcrent vanetrae or
Lett ice, .."' Beeta.
Paniy Nasturtium, ,
Culinvor Pepper, ' Ppper Graan,
SaUJy, fcadive, uurrota,
Leek. Bean, Mustard,
Itereeote, Onioo, . Peaa. -
Early Cora, Rhubarb. Ecg Plant,
tkiuaah. - KoilRab!, AKparagno. '
Metooa. -Beeert, Ofcra.
Cardoon, ... Taraip, Celery. . -
addab, Cacumber, Spinach,
Bloe i rae, Timothr Cluvef, TIerda Graca, k-llet,
ud all other kind of Tield Seed ea baad durmgthe
ehaU sapplled wttaCardeaSeed ea
.1-.V.' . juJ.'S, bbowh col -
r; a m5nairy & co.
(!ATA LOGUE IN PART
Our Catalogue rcierfc but partially to Uic .irfDS
(kept by us) in their respective department.
To our friends and patrons we beg to say, tiiat our
stock will ba eou:i!, if cot .superior to nay we have
heretofore offered: and we inast respectfully inTite
ac examination of it,a.surin:; all who may favor cs
with a call, that they will find onr prices uniformly
low, and our term3 most liberal, allowins a liaud
porac DISCOUNT for allcsh bill. We arc new re
coivinir ir nk daily.
Black Italian Silks, all Wiuths.
Gros PeRhinep Lyons, every width and qnabty.
Lyoa Groa D'Nap.SjblTc and col'd.
Blsck T.i3et!s, medium and heavy.
Phck Armcre Royale.
Slch l'oult Pe Soie.
Rich Poult Pe Soie, Bayadere and plain.
Gr!? PcPariijfuli boilod.
R'ch Chena, estra rich.
Rich Robes, t'.'" to ten vo;ant.
Black Vclve', Lyonv.
B ack faun i,
Wiiite Sik Serg-j-Rnd Oil ilki?
Biack aui colored Cballies.
Crav Ena'liih and Italian, ail colnrn
OrRLtal BarcfSo J Ti?;ae?.
G rtiadmcd ani I:crj-i Clota
D-jLainoS.Piaid :.eJ Frintei.
D:i.a'eji,ricii chintz colon
Mtfriros.bl'k, white and co".
Alj-ac-ca.-!, M'k,eoi'd and BrocaUo.
Bjick Booibii:ce, Winter and Smoiuer labrlc.'
More--i:S for Skrrt?.
Grasp Cloth for Skirts.
nan Tartan Piaide,.s;otch.
Ribbon and Trimming,
French Ponnet Ribbons, every Ptyk
Paris ?ash R.bboLS, elegant.
Velvet Ribbons, full selvagesi.
Full Mourning Ribbons.
Fringe? for Mantillas and Dresej-.
Ladies Promenade Sui(.
We opeu this day a second Invoic of full
Suitn for Ladies. Made up.
la this dt-partiueut will be found vry
large and well selected etock of
Bktck Lace Mantilla.
Black Lace Points.
Handsome Grenadine Sbuwls.
ITandsume Grenadine Hcarfc.
Ieu-s & Roys' Fnrnishing lioods.
lu tt-L depart uicQt may bv lonud every kijjd
aud quality of oods oeceseary to a Gentle
man's complete outnt, consisting in part of
CLO ms, CAicSLMLRES AND VESTINGS.
" ' 'To b-j made np
?niRT5 AST) COLLARS
All sizea and qualitif.
Kid, Silk and Lile.
Every tize and prica.
silk, Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs.
Saspenders, Cravats and Tie.
Underwear of evpry variety.
Cout u or -I larso Stock of Irish Linen of good
width. ao 4 inannfacturod expresily for
Rj" C. McNAIRY & CO.
Ali.f .liowLicon, Linen fche.-tini;, Table Damask,
TIile Cloth, all size-?. A complete assortment of
lowelf. Napkins, and Doilios, ali sizes and prices
Couoa and Liren P.p"T. - White and Colored
Toilet yailts. r
Jaconette Cambria, Swiss.
Linen Kr. and Flgored Swiss.
Jaconet Mnsl:n. tVhite and Colored Tarletn.
FrancV - Bishop Lawn.
Book .. Linen
Njia India Dimity.
Mel - Corded
This is quite a feature in our store. Upon this
Coaoter are sld a great many roods at . less than
half their cot. All pan ftyle of any goods are
facriflccd here, ns well as many other very desira
R C. McXairv & Co,
V.oal Oil'. Coal Oil!!
J. 11. FIJI LAY & CO.'S
Premium Coal ; Oil.
- -r Manufactured in Louis, Mo. - " 1
M HIS O.l 1h almost colorless cVarasthe purest
X Sprin W aicr oordmred tfoes not crust the
wick or smoke the -bln.eyhe best Oil made in
the East or West, ard took the flrrt protnium at the
latt Jt.Lou1sI.ir. One trial ix all itnectsut re
commend it togererat u?. We have received a
supply of tbie Eupt.riur Oil, which we are ofieriug to
the trad by tbe brel only at manufacturers' price
MIZELt, HOOPER CO., . .
aprll-tf c Noa. 0 and 8 Uarkt t st
.Coal Oil Lamps. -
! DOXEK Coal Oi Lamps, of various etylea, fitted
t with the eeelbt 4te4 Collins Buraer, for sale by - -fcbtt-tf
; RALSS, RKOWN 4t,CO,
A BLOODLESS VICTORY ! ! !
. 1,000,000 Boxes Sold of
THISenormouaqaantity thialnvalnable Reme
dyhasbeei purchase! by citizens of the United
States during the short time ?t has been before the
pablic. The reason for thiseatraordinary saccessia
simply in th! actoaltruth and value of the article.
No one bays the MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming iu friend. It performs all that is promised
and carries with it its own recommendation . Truly
thisiFa victory peaceuland bloodless but we be.
tieve not less glorious than thetnumphs of war.wiih
itsfain of carnage and desolation
The MAGNETIC PLASTER is undoubtedly tbe
Grente.-t StreDgthcner and Pain Destroyer that Scl
ence has yet discovered. IfyonputthisPlastcrany
wuere, if Painis thf-re.the Plfsier wil 1 stick there
cntilthePaanhaF vanished . TiiePlaFtermagnetizpi
PaiBf annottxhiM uerethi.Plastem applie
Rheumatism , Lameness ,Stiuuess, Weakness ,Do
oility , Nervousness, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Cough
ar.d Colds, Pains and Ache 8 of every kind ,downeve
to Corns ,are I MUEDUTKLY RELIEVED ,and , with -ttle
patience, PERMANENTLY CURED by the mag
calinfluence of the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is the
jimplesturestaiojet.. plea s antes tandcheapestreut
tdyin existence;. Iisa'ppiicaticuiguuiversal equal
y tothestroner iuau,tuo delicate woman, and tb
fee h lein far; t. io cachand al lit willprove a Bala
nd aBleraing. I ts use isagreeabloud without an
ooyauceor trouble . I ts price is within reach of all
richer poor; allmuy havei t, ana allshoaldbaveit
whoareick,and suflerinEinauy way.
FARMERS and PLANTERS shouldalwaysbesup.
plicdwitUtbe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be th
Good Physician in any household ,rcady at all iuics
and at instant notice.
Putup!n tir-t'gbuiu boxes. Each box wii.iuak
six to eifcht plasters, and aDy child can spread tbero
PriceS-Vc nes 3 box ,witbi'ull andplaiu iircctiona.
I. V. IIOIlKHKAl. Tfl.
lxrit(orand frojprit-l r.19 Walker ttreet-tfeK Tori
MOREHEAD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER IS feOLD
ALL DUCGGISTS AND DEALERS IN GEN VINE
MEDIC IN to EVERYWHERE.
J u 1;. "9-dcod wco ly j u
HOW LOST, HOW SBT9!ll
Jud I'hMtshed, in a Staled Envelope.
ON THE NATCKE, TREATMENT AND BADICiL
CUKE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or SouiiJ.!
WeaVue-s, Sexual l'elil:ty, Nervoinsneds and Invol
untary Eiat.-sions, iuduciug Impoteucy anl Mental
and rhy.sical Incapacity.
Bv ROB. J. CLLVEhWELL, M.
A viher vf "Fit. Green Book," tc. ,
Too world-renowned author, in this admirable Leu
ture, clearly proves Irom his own experience that
a wiul CoDie-jUenccs o tclf abuse niay be effectually
re.uiovcd without MeJicico and without dangerous
iT.ifr.caI operations, bougies, instruments, rings or
cordial?, pointing out a mode of cure at onco certain
and eflc tual.by which every t:uucrcr,no matter
what bis condition may be, may cere liiin8elf cheap.
I y. privately and radically. Ibis Lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent coder seal to any address, pott paid, on the
receipt of two poplage stamps, by addressing Dr.
CH. J. C.KLINE,M.I.,40r irst Avcuue,New York,
font Box, :&. apr5-dwly
Prince Imperial Champagne.
Sold by all rr-epec table Dealers throughout
THIS Snc braiid of Cbampaene, which until the
past year was confined exclusively to the best ta
bles cf the Continent of Europe, has now obtained
the rnoHnnboucdod success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by some of the flrst
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
winep, on account of its extreme purity and delica
cy, and those who once try it rarely use any other
brand. Although only one year has elapsed since
it3 introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and cen.tnntly increasing. Our arrange
meets are such as to ensure the quality of the Wine
being maintained at it3 present high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, we being
the solo Agents of Messrs. Db Vksogk k Co., in this
country. E. Y. HACGHWOCT 4 CO.
Nos. 488,490 and 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold ir Nashville by M. & E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church and College sts.
CHOtCH ASDE8S0X ,
.JOBS H. ANDEiOSOJt
CHURCn ANDERSON & CO.,
WIlOL.ES ALE GROCERS
No. aO College street,
1 Ann BCSHELS of A No. 1 0at8, just received
1UUU and for sale by
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
WE have on baud a large quantity of the best
Hungarian tira.-t Seed, wbica we are selling
low. CHURCH ANl'ERSON & CO.
1E have just received a largo lot of TAR, and
V arc ofl".riug it at the lowebt figure.
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Wliislty! Wlti&liy! Whisky!
T7E Lave in store a larso quantitv of the best of
. V V all kindd of the purect WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essepec of corn give ns a passing call
CHURCH ANDERSON CO.
Sundries! Sundries! -
TOU can Ccd.at all timi,at our store, all kinds
X of Croceries, buch as Sugars, Coffee, Molasses,
fcvrups, c, c, &o.
mar2'J-U' CHURCH ANDEReON 4 CO.
PURE TABLE WINES.
E. laAMBERT &. CO.,
53 Cherry t., 53 Clierry t.,
BEG to caU' tlVe. aUuutiou of their friends and of
the pilc to tbe Inct that they bare for pale
Wines nntquallfd ia fineness and purity;
A Larger Variety than ran he foond any
A Variety of fine Wines that can be found
nowhere rise, at prire that defy compe
tition. As we deal oaly in Wines we ar DETER
MINED to undersell all others in the trade.
Parties desiring to purchase willconsnlt tbeir
interest by giving ns a call and COMPARE
our Wines and Prices before purchasing else
where. Every article imported and o!d by us war
N. K. For list of Wines call and get a
circnlar, Pent free by mail.
E. LAMBERT & CO., '
Office and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry L
mar27-tf - - - - - '" ' '
ICR! ICE!! ICT2.V.!
WE have opened our lee Depot in the rear of
the State Bank, and will sell as cheap aa any
in the market that is as good. Our ice is from Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Naisb.ville.and made
exclusively of the best Bprintr Water in the St ate, from
four to eight Incnea thick. We will open a depot on
South Cherry street a lC. UcCrary'a grocery store
TJrt.! : B E. J. J OARRETf
'Volnicco JSalc ays -
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TES O'CLOCK A. Jf.
This arrangement is made for the puroposeof
boib accommodatntbuyergand planters, and I hope
ill be satisfactory.
- marl 7-1
Extra Fine Teas, .
OF all the favorite brands Ve Plus Ultra, Gun
Powdor, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howea
Mixtures, Imperial and Mack. . .. . -' ;
For ealo by
apr21-tf RA1X3, BROWX
FLOWER POTS V
Pota, assorted siaea, for
RAINS, BROWN CO.
Ground Feed for Stock. ' :
AN additional snpply just received and for sale
SHIELDS 4 CO.,
27 College street.
5BBLS. COAL OIL a very superior article, just
received aad for sale by
CebSS-tf - RAINS, BROWN CO.
e- - -t
1 8 6 0.
Wo. 43 College atreet, -
WOULD call attention to his large and hand
some stock of
Boots and Shoes,
Of every description and fctyle; selected with great
" me oesi maKers,au made or the best ma
terial. and workmanshin onmniassAd
The variety and quality of my Stock is such that
toe taste of all can be suited, and I am prepared to
..itt iuvm m me most satistactory prices.
Super French Calf Pump aud Stitched Boots;
congress waiters or French Calf, Morocco, Patent
T .V. . T r 1r . .... '
"wuw, tan , iv in , iisiingana tiiin.
Oxfords of French Calf, Lastirg Cair, Kid and Mo
rocco; wanting Dress fchoes of every description. Ac. kc
French Lastiug, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters.
1 ) .. .. 1 i oi;
oiusMiic iiuu clippers;
French and English Kid Congress and Lace Boots
Misses aud Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress aud Lace Waiters, Slip.
pcrs, &c.,&e ,c.
Doys and Youth's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters oj every style, both for
urn? kuu service.
My supply or 1'egRcd Work, for Men. Women .nH
Children, is very large; and will be sold at the low
est price. JOHN RAM AGE,
mar31-tf 42 College st,
A. V. RUTLAND,
. 30 I tiion street,
(SUCCESSOR TO J. U. k A. V. RUTLAND,)
IS now receivius one of tbe most complete assort,
raeuta of BOOTS ANT SHOES ever brought to
mis marxet, wnicn nasoeensciecteu with greatcare
from tho best Manufacturers, expressly for the Re
tail iraae, comprising tn part as loliows:
. For tlic liiiaics.
Ladies black an brown French Lasting; Congress
Gaiters, with hocls;
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced G Iters, heel
aud no heels;
Ladies bUck and brown Buttoned Lasting Gaiters;
PITlbKUU UU UWUjj
Ladies Glove Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Bootees, with aud without
Ladies Extra Fino Kid Slippers, heel and no heels
Ladies Extra Fine Eng. Kid Slippers, with heels
Ladies whito Kid and Satin Slippers, heel and no
adies Vel-et Slippers; "nglish Lasting Slippers: Kid
Bunking and Toilet slippers.
Gentlemen's Super French Calf Pump Boots, beat
Super French Calf Stitched Boots, best styles;
3 uper French Calf pump Congress Gaiters;
Glove Kid and P. L. CoureeB Gaiters;
Calf Pump and Stitched Oxford Ties;
Buckskin Congress waiters.
Boy's, MiFsesand Children's Shoes of all kinds and
Servant's Shoes of every kind.
All of which we will sell very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. ISO Union street.
marift-tf A. V. RUTLAND.
1S60 Spring Supplies. 1860
Blackman & Gillespie,
Boots aud Shoes;
COII. SQUARE A.0 MARKET .ST.,
HAVE just received their large and elegant as
sortment of Spring Goods, consisting oi every
variety and sty le of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(among which are many articles that, for elegance
of design and beauty of finisli.canuot be surpassed
by any in the market J
TRUNKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES, Sfc
all of which are offered on tho most favorable terms.
Tbe public arc invited to call and examiue this
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co.
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK of
Carpet Bags, &c.
OUR stock this Spring is very large and beautiful,
and gotten up with the greatest care, as to the
latest and best styles by tbe best manufacturers.
Wc arc well prepared to furnish
WAIIa ioi. shoes,
Ad in want of SHOES will do well to call on us as we
will sell them at U)W PRICES.
FARRAR. DISMUKES CO.,
niarlO-Su No. 45 Collepe Street, Nashville.
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As Improved for 1859.
WrrKSTAarKolROjiCovR3A-D Bottoms Tijnu.
f rtHE only Freezer known which is constructed on
X true Scientific principles.
The Cheapen, Best and most Economical ; requiring
less ico and loss labor than any other, being at the
same time tbe most durable in structure, aud most
certain in i.s operations.
Sole Agent for the United States.
E. KETCH AM & CO.,
Manufacturers ul' Japanned aud
Plauisbea Tiu Ware.
(cbis-sm 289 Fearl street. New Tors.
J. C. HARVEY & CO.,
NO. Zi UNION STREET,
ARE selling SO per cent lower ror cash man any
nous in Nashville. We have on hand the very
bent French and Enelish Goods, consisting oi
CLOTHS, CASS 1 MERES ARD TESTINGS, which we
will make np in the mest fashionable stle, and war
rant in all cases to tit and give satisfaction or no sale.
J.l. UAtlt.I BL
Also, on hand a large assortment of Gent's Fnr-
uisbint; Goods which we will sail low.
aprj-im J- v. oAmci v.
The Barlholf Sewing Machines
ARE warranted for four years; by a responsible
Company, N. 25, College street, opiiopite
aprill7 - " -
RECEIVED a supply or Umbrellas or mik, Aipac
ca.Gincham and plain Cotton some extra large
and nd oibers small for Summer use
apri-tf . J- li- souiix.
ANOTHER invoice of reasonable Underwear of
r..ntn Silk. Uauze Merino. Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconetand Cotton, received and for
sale n v , j . u. aimiuj. .
rpAXNER'S OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
X Unseed Oil, for sale at
feb26-tf RA INs Btwivs i,u.d
Fresh Corn Meal.
KfTIHE subscriber has made arrangements wth one
i of the most extensive ninw in jisuwm rar
regular weekly supplies oi ramuy ne, via u sow
receiving S000 busbels which he offers to the City
Trade at alight advance over cost and carriage
myl2 . - 15 Market!-.. eet.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store. -
DKIRKPATRICK k SONS, No. 31 Socth Third
SraaBT. between Market and Chestnut Streets,
Philadelphia, Lave Tor sale .j .--r.
DRY e SALTED SPANISH HIVES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner's and Currier's Tools at tbe lowest prices, and
apon tbe best terms. -
AH kinds of Leather in the rough wanted, tor
which tbe highest market- price will be given ia
cash or takes ia exchangefor hides. Leataerstored
tree of charge and sold ou commission.
epU aaidw - - - ' -
The Invisible Hearing Apparatus
-pvtt. DAVIS,"Oculit and Anrist, 127 Carondelel St.,
J New Orleans, La., aaaa newiy.inveniea tnstra
ment for extreme cases of Deafness. With its as
ttui!e a oersoa is enabled to hear with lb. e great
est sii 1" enjoy ordinary conversation and to bear
at public assemblies, it rests compte.eiy witnin too
Car and can be worn without tbe slightest insonve.
nu.n,-. one obiect of this Isstrament la to keep tbe
ornn to a constant suit of acuvay, aad by so do
ing, ia tun. M enable a persoa to dispense with iu
use, tjaji ana exaause r won www-..
(LATE OF KNOXVTLI.K.TENy. ,)
TENDERfchisprofesslonalservicesto the citizens
of Nashvilleand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in the practice of hi3 Profession in all its
branch esfor tbe last sixteen years, and hopes by
"trictattentiocto beablctorendersatisfactionto all
Fho may favor him with a eall. - .
Office No. 42 Cherrvstreet.near Capt. Stockell's
new residence.. BeFideneePearlstreetouth Nash-
vine. - . aprzo-ati
DR. JOHN W. 3IORTON, .
Residence ;Cor- College and Watkini' Avenue
- v (maUKRLT UXE PTSEET,)
Office No. 63 ISortli Clterrf Street.
jan27 tf . . , .. . ,
. t. I.TLK8.
GSO. W. HITCHING!
- LYLES K 111TCIIINGS,
: usiiville, 'reiiiiessee,
WILL at all times buy Negroes suitable for the
New Orleans market. All persons having Ne
groes to sen win please give us a call.
jnly21-tf . LYLES & HITCHTNGS
WHOLESALE DRV GOODS.
naif, Beats Sf Shoes, Ready Made QctJung
' Hardware, Queensurare, cVc, &e.
E. TRABUE & H. LUCAS,
Mo. 73 Public Mqaare.
""ITE win sell every description of Winter Goods
v v at low figures to dose out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. - Our Mr. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing job lots for cash aud short time pa
per, and we promise our cubtomcrs and Merchants,
manuj iiitir purciiases iu 111:5 muricet, ttiatcur Etoca
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our houeo shall be bead quarters for
gooa nargams lor casn ana gnort, prompt paper.
janl6 U TRABUE k LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card.
TO SOUTHERN fflEKCJlAXTS AND DEALERS.
rrHE subscribers have opened a large aud exten
J. si ve bonso for the transaction of a fctrictly COM
MISSION BUolNt SS AND fc EN ERA L AGENCY , with
arrangemouta for the constant reception of all kinds
ot Goods, Wares, Morchandizo and Mauutitctures in
the various departments of Trade.
It is with confidenceand pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashvillu to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from manulacturer. JLrst
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds, keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Ordes faithfully attended to when accompanied by
the cash. EENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College St., .
feb8-'f Nashville, Tenn.
Goff's Patent Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation Use,
MAKES all kindd of Hosiery .Tippets, Undersleaves
and many other articles of wearing aoparel,
iroin Woolen. Cotton and Silk Yarn. Everv Family
and Planter should ha e one.
H. C. LEA, General Agent,
675 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. ' mar!3-dSm
Ties, Stocks and Cravats.
I7VERY variety or these articles received and for
l sale by J. IJ. McGILL,
apr&-tf Cherry street, one door from Union
Fresh Ohio Corn Meal.
JUST received and for sale by
BENJ. F. S-HIELDS & CO.,
nay 10 Central Rooms, 27 College street.
AN invoice of P. ack Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
cuitablo for small ixmiiies, jurt received and for
Rale by , BENJ. F. feHItLDS k CO.,
miyl7 Central Rooms, College st.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
MOST fOWEMENT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD!!
THIS GAS Is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. Tho fixtures are in the name
style as the ordinary gas fixtures.
Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Clierry Street, where the light cau hrj seen at any
lime. THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
A LL persons desiring a sipkriok article of Coa
JL. entirely free from Slats or Cixokk and making
only Sevkx per cent, ashes, should send an order to
the .ittua Coal Yard, whore they can obtain the most
economioalCoalin the city at the followlnplow pri
Large Selected Lump, 21 cents per Bushel;
Screened or Round, 19 " "
Blacksmith's or Fine, 15 44 "
Orders can be left in Box 64, P. O., or at the Yard
back of the N. & C. R,K. Dopot.
dec22-tf SAML. J AGNEW.
M. A. PABRKH & CO.,
Fronting on College and market t.,
South of Uroad,
600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Horse Hay.
3000 busheld Shelled Corn
100 " Seed
600 ' Ear " ' .
BALED OAT; '
100 bales Oats;
100 . Straw.
600 bundles Prime Shingles;
WAGON SPOKES. ,
25,000 Wagon Spokes.
1060 bushels Pennsylvania Oai.
"100 bushels Family Meal. .
60 barrels Northern Potatoes. '
Tbe above articles are en consignment and will be
old cheap to close.. .
mar27-tr M. A. PARRISH 0.
Krt '"Bclea Hungarian Grata just received'and for
0J sale by
' MA PARR1JH CO.
ARMSTRONG 8z CO.,
Ho. 69 Market Str
E have now on hand a full and.complete as
sortment of MACHINES. IMPLEMENTS. c.
which we oner at tho very lowest prices :
ircalar Saw Mills, doable and single ;
J Kale's Cider Kill and Corn Sheller ;
Sinclair's Straw Cutters; '
- Wheat Drills;
' KUler's Steel Plows;
v- Field Kollers, Sic
sepl4-tf ' ARMSTRONG ft CO.
IN ALL ITS BKANCtlES.
Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegers.,
THE undersigned respectfully Informs the public
that he has recently taken the above f taiid and
is prepared to do Iilacksu ithing In all its branches,
urh a3 Horse-Shooing, Buggy-Repairing, c.,4ic,
ia the best manner and at short nouce. Ue solicits
a share of public patronage.
- - ' JA. TAttriJ-X ,
jan24-tf . Agent.
JO. KDWABOS. . . K- CltEKSOSr. - S. F. ZTWAR1M.
EDWARDS, GILRES0N & CO.
(SOOCSSSOB9TO iO.KDWA B8,)
8orner of College and Clin re h ata.,
Wbclesale Grocrrs and CoramissioD -
AND DEALERS IN
Fine Brandies, Wicts, Cifars, Tobacco, 1c
OcUl-tf ' " : ...
AKA A MONTH AND ALL EXPENSES PAID.
Aa agent is wanted in every town and coun
ty in the United States, to engage in a respectable
and easy business by which tbe above profits may
be certainly realised. For further particulars ad
dress Dr. J. HtxRT WaRXRn, corner 12th street and
Broadway, New York City, enclos'-ic one Postage
Stamp. -' , 7 efcfl-.wRm
Sell only Gennine Imported Goods,
Oarstockof Domestlcand Havana Cigarsls very
argeo whiebwe repectfcl)y iDvitetheatwuitiOB e
he public. Wealwaysguaranteeeverythinc wesel
o be the pure article. We should bo happy to re
vive a call from ail dealers and consumers when
bey visit the city, as wears ABLE AND DETER
JlINEDto offerthe bs tofiBduccmnl8.
. Jaly2Stf , .. . A. RIVA ft CO.
r- SelcctcaTiluiup Coal. -
THE finest lot of Selected Lamp Coal Is to be
found at the -Etna Yard, where It is sold at the
ow pi ice o 1 21 ceo ts per bushel. Drop your orders
a Box No.'M P.O.. and tbey will be promptly at:
ended to. ' SAM CtL J. AGNEW,
f.b3-f - YardTMokof N. ft C, R. R. Pepot. -
-I I w
. if s
. trr-, 9
H o '
O ' ?
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R. C. M'lAIRY & CO
HAVE ON HAND
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An Unusually Large Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
COT TO N 8!
For Servant?, which they will sll very low
by the piece.
Persons not yet supplied will consul!
their interest by exacting thea goofo, rs we
art delerm iiud io cleft them oaf.
R. C. M'NAIRY & CO.
G.B. BROWN, A.J. HOOPER. Q. MTZELL.
ailZELL, HOOPER & CO
. FORWARDING AND
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Liqi ORS, TllttAl
CO, CIGARS, SMFFS, ,c,
Noa. 6 and 8 Market Street,
WHISKIES, BEANDLE3, WISES, &c.
TE tuvein store and for sale cheap to the trade
125 bbls. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whiky.
ba DDIs. Old Bourbon niirky.
75 bbls. Old Kye a prime article.
15 bbls Old Rye Warranted Pure.
b5 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky,
45 hall birrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
30 quarter bbl3. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbla pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Uolirmd Clin.
75 bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Cognac, Catawba Brand v, kc.
j an9-tf B a t; M1ZELL, HOOPER & CO.
T E have in store, aud for sale cheap, a large as
V sortment of Sales, which for durability , and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
MTZELL, HOOPER & CO.
jan9-tf aac No.'s 6 & 8 Market StreeL
A Foil and Choice Stock of Dry Goods at Co
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
tTP to the time of receiving Spring Goods we wil I
J ottL-r our entire stock of STAPLE and FANCY
COST FOlt CASH.
Our object in doing this is to reduce our present
at ocK as much as possible before getting new goods.
Lp to that Urae ail who wish to bay cheap goods
will do well to call on us at No. 22, South side of the
Square. - jan2-tf
E. R. GLASCOCK.
G. 8. NEWSOM.
GLASCOCK & NEWS 0M
Office, Collegcsl., next door to Merchants' Bank,
0 alers in and Agents for the purchase aac
Renting Houses or Land in the cityor coun
try, will also .give their undivided atten
tion to the Collection of Claims, jtf egoua
tion Loans, &c, xc.
E . R . GLASCOCK
WILL attend tn all gales of Prope.rty of everj
dt-ssenption eitherin townorcountry.
' JanI7 tf
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
No. 49 Church Street,
ct tf - ' - " "
SITUATIONS TO TKAHH FOR TWENTY -FOCR LA
DY GRADUATES f the Hudson River In tiinte.
t-'ome teach FnclLh, French, Latin, Piano Music,
Dra.ingand Paintii g others only part of tbe above
ranches . This Institution affords rare a'tvantagr
ra thor otogh edncattoo. at very reasonable rates,
r , i . REV. A. FLACK, .M., Principal,
- ' " " ' Calverack, Col. Co.,N. Y.
, T Ue Ia O "V C V s
OS A CRjrCTSfB
: Can be Euited nowhere better than at ,
ETIENNE L AMBER r & CO?
Colonnade Building, 63 Cherry Street.
mayS-tf. , ,' -' -
Tr 1 A 11 E sfc Ia 13 C Z S,
Job Lou of Boots sad Shot..
WE havo a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will wli at a fc-reat bar-
muin fnr lah . nr four months prompt papr. Call
iranaediately a they mnt be soU,at our Wre rooms
jont f. . . TRABUE ft IJCTSj
A Desirable Dwell! g for Rent
ONE of tho most desirable residences In the city
is exposed for rent for the balance of the year.
It is with in five mlnotrs walk ef the Square, quite
retired, and contains seven gooa rooms, witn plen
ty of out rooms. A good two story brick stable, car
riaao house, Ao. koouir. of
JoaeST-lo .. . E. R. GULSCOCX ft CO.
American ani Foreign
30S Broadway, NeW York.
After May lt, 18C0, 501 BROADWAY, two
door from the St. Nicholas Hotel. '
The Stereoscope is the most instructive, inltr siting,
ntertainino, amuting, and exiting of modern tnven
None are too young, none too old, none loo inieUi
gait, none too uneducated, to acknowledge its worth
No borne U complete without it, and it mut and
will penetrate everywhere.
It presents tn your view every'part of the world,
in ail the reiief, boldness, perspective, and sharpness cr
detail, as if yU were on the spot.
Fhotoerapbera are everywhere exploring Europe,
A3la, Atrica, America, ia search of the grand and
the beautiful, and the results of their skill are con
ttantly enriching our stack
We have an iiomeuso variety of paper Views of
Scenes in Paris, London, England, 5c.otl.Bd, Ireland,
Wal es. France, Belgium, Holiaud Switzerland, Spin.
Tlie Rhiuo, Versailles, tt. Cloud, houtamcbieuu,
Tuilleriesjltuly, Turkey, E?ypt, Athens, tho Holy
Laud, China, luuia, Crystal Palace, ai.-o Gruupe Hi.
torical, amusing, marriaee sc. n.-s, breakfast scenes
pic-nics,siatuary, &c c. An exquisite aisorimen
of Illuminated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, aud Ca
thedrals ol Franco, Italy, c kc. The eilect o
these illuminated views is most reaiarkaiie.
Every gentlbsas of wealth aD rbfixkd t.sts
should have in his drawing room some of our ex
quisite views on glass, veilh a revolving stereoscope,
showii g 12, U5, 50 or 100 scenes. Noihing can be
more fas. inatiug, and ono csn ufior co greater treat
to a friend fouJ of tbe picturesque ana te beauliiui.
Anthony's Itistantaneous .Stereoscope Views are the
latest flu. graphic wondor. They n taken in the
fortieth part cf a second, and ever hi g no matter
hove rapidly it man te merin7,is depic.td as sliari ly
and distinctly ts it it bad beeu perie.t!y at rest,
fhi gives an additional value, f.ir to the beauties
ol icauimate nature it adds the charm (f life and mo
tton. The process is a discovery ol iir on n, and
being unknotcn in Euroje,o we rcteive from l-oudon
and Paris large orders forAnthouy 's lustatiuceua
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just published Stere
oscopic Illustrations of tbe N:t'no ol tho Icliox
STEKt-r Prayer Mectjngs, in which many hearld teel
iu interest. The particula.ru of this will be touud
la onr catalogue.
Oca CiTALorE of subjects and prices will be for
warded toany address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance seuding ns jS. i t, 10, $15
$20, or $i5 can have a good instrument aud ?uch
pictures a1 hey mty request, sect by Express.
Views alono, (without instrument) cau be sent by
Parlies who wish to bo advised oi cverythiog real
ly valuable in the hue tuu comes out , may scud us
their names to place on record, and will keep them
ported at our own cxpem-e.
Men of leisure will tiud I'hot.igraphy a most fasci
nating auu dtlltbtlul ninusetncLt. We are prepared
to lit out amateurs with everjtbiug iieccsr-aay for
their success tugether with instructions "llu to
take Stereoscopic Pictures."
Importer and Manufacturer of Phol'-graphic Ma
terials, stereoscopes and Stereoscopic View a.
Jh Merchaut fnm every section of the country
re respectfully invited to make an examination oi
our stuck, as our discount to the trsiio wiil bo lib
To FrOtOgraphers. First class stereoscopic No
Send by mail a print anrnounted, with price of Ne
Mortthan Double the Strengthof Ordinary 1'otash
LOS making Soap wlthouti'me, witli littletro-ible
J- and attrlCiugezpense. The chearstartic!e ever
discovered for the prpoee. One jxiunJ mllmuke
twelve or Hficcn gallons of gocd baitMp, or uine
pounds Hard 6oap Printers wil! Snd it a superior
articleforcleaninutypn. lti. perfectly a-jlubleaud
free from iui purities.
Rrckeuin smallluropsand put up la 1, 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WOtlKJS, Brooklyn nd?old by
R. DCRKXF. & CO..
JoctS-cUwly 151 Parlsireet,N York.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
"tTTISHING to make other investments, op'o
V V posetosellallonr Ri lEtatein David.aoi.ro.,
That Suburban Residence.
situatcdonthe Franklin Turnpike, within Lai la mil.
of the city .and opposite the residence of i he late Jo
seph V. "Hortou. Thi3 is, perhaps, the most com
manding rite in tho vicinity ot NatUrille, z.nd isa
mostder.ira!leeonntry re.-!d-nc. 'i'he houc willba
it id withl2orl5acre3oflaodasthenurehiu-erinay
That Valuable Farm.
knowna8theSimsTract,situntedon tho MnithTarn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three milts of Nx-h-ville,v'Ontaining330
acres. Tho so:lisi;ooa,it is well
watered and timbered, and cau be divided mtosmail
tracts of twenty acres ami upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for couatry resiliences, murke!
onsame road , now occupied bj T.C. McCampbt-11,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, rontaitiicp
about 2o0 acres. This pl ice ia Fo well known t. to
need no further description Itwillalso hod.vuied
tosnitpurcnasera T.C. McCarapbelhv lUhowthese
placesta any ono u ho willcall.
Alltheaboveproncrty will bo se'd ou rP.isona!.lt
terms,and on a creditol one ,t wo,thrre and fottr
ApplytoA.Y.S.LiiiiMey , Nashville .or to either
THOS.C McCAMPBELL ,
Sis milest com -N'aiihville.
1. A . McCAMPBELL,
For the Consideration of Sensible People
FIDDLING about ir. not the practieeolDr.MESECK.
He understands the uisease at onco and ceres.
Ue Lutes long tampering around and long running
bills, but sucks to u honorable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payment. Cases given up by
other Physicians are on'en cured by Dr. Mkeck
OiBce on Cuitagcstreet, corner ot Liue.
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
At o. 1G Cedar atreet,
Betwe. n PuMic Square and Couimercial Hotel,
ec29-tf" Naalivillc, Teun.
HAVING every facility in the way r workmen
and material to rtourst rate ork with despatch,
w;ll contract for tinning roo. s, either ia th city
or country, at low rates, nj iu every caso warrant
satiiUcuou. Outters, Piping, Valley Capping, kc.
AUo, Galvanized Iron Cornices, &c.,donem the bent
manucr. J. W . W.L.SON ,
tel8-t Opposite s?ewaiiee House.
V.. X EW S fc CO.,
No. 52 ilaiu St., Uiucanati, O
M AN CFACTCREP.S of superior qaility. C.udi. s
or ail k.nu3, tiura 1tois. Lozeug. s, sugar Toys.
French Coi.lectiouary.Fancj Candy and -j rup. Also,
iealers iu Fruits, Nuts, Sardines and Fjre Works,
marl 0-6 ru .
A. RIVA & CO.,
Direct through the Custom-houst-nf Nar-bville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain ,PortuaI,Gernany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olire Oil,
VEWMiClilalil, iiC C,
No. SO North Market atreet,
(Next door aoove the Watson House,)
ITTEhave establisbeda housein thlacityfor the
W purpose or veudm? nno WINKS, BKANuIES,
ClGARSj&c.j&c.acd keep censtautly ou handsev
eral qualities of Wines and .randies .which have
never before been imported into this state..
We import onr Goods direct, (one of our lirm being
In Europe much of his time.) and PAY THE Cl-STOM-HOCSK.
DUTIES ON ALL 1HE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HEKEin the city .which fact, we think, aloucehould
Cross Ties Wanted..
fT'HE Nashvilliand North-western Railioad Pom
"A pany wish tocontractfor 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
fIEH,tfeetlons, 6inchci thic,well he wo, tof.ee
at narrowest place notle3s than 8 inchet clear of
bark ;timber to be 3ound ; to be deli verwdatlhegrade
1 ine of the road iu Nashville.
or POST-OAK TlESoflhesamosiza )uiu.a'?ove,to
b delivered on the line of the road in plies from
geclionltto section i4, enough 00 eachr.ection to
Persons wishincto bid wilVlirect totho FTtdenl
snd Uireclors of the Nasiiville tod Nortn-wcneru
RailroiMiCompony ,V9h vi lie , feane.'see.
. ART GALLERY
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of Union and College Street
fTlHIS establishment, the most extensive la the
J Southwest, still eantlnuea to be the resort ol
the fx-b!oa and beauty of onr coanuy , which fulh
endorsee the sentiments of thousaniU,thati t Iftae
great t-rJ4UL M ror
Pliotozraphs! ' .
Atthishonsea' pictures ar warranted to pleaseor
bo '.barge willbe made.
We aouldespecially iavitethecommunityand our
friends iageneraita vlsitour great HallolPortral.
tare, where pictures ot the moat celebrated States
men and Divines can be seen, via: His Excellency
Presid.ctbucuauan, the Vice President, His Excel
lency Gov. Johnson, Hon. Cavo Johnson, A. V
Brown,J A . UcEweu,Eph. H Foster, and athous
acidotbeiaofcrlel city llinhopa Pierce, Kavaoauitb,
Early , Payne, Baacom,Soule ,Andrewa,DdRev.Dr
Edgar, c.,tto. , - 1 '
Copiesof theabovecat be bad at a low price a
any tUae. : . , , aprixf.
Wood, Eddy sSs Co.'s
Delaware and Missouri State
Capital Vrlzc SlOO,OUO!
Wood, Eddy a. Co., Manager-.'
The Manag, rs' CEces are located .t Wilainrto, Del
aware, aud M. L..uis, Missouri.
Will bo drawn in public onder the snperinteadeaee
wevora Comroissiwaers, appointed by the Uover-
VO0D,EDDY & CO'S LOTTERY
Class No. 312,
Draws on Saturday, Jane SOtli, I860.
78 At-wtiers 13 Draicn Ballot.
One fcrand Prize of 100,000!
I I'rizeof ... .
.50,000 1 16SPriae8of...
.ii,.-ho ei '
. li I 6S "
J 100 '
22,396 Prizes amounting to 1 ,7
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY 2 TICKETil
WTiola Tickott f20;HalYcs $io; QuartertS5
Certificates of Packares in the ubove Scheme, wUl I-
.ld at thetollowiug rates,nlCn is toe ri -Certrtiiate
ol Packapeof 26 whole Tickets a an
ahau- v rf,
26 quarter l
as cxhth " - jl
TO BE DRAWN
Each Wednesday in June!
C!as 270 Draws Wednesday, June 6, 1S60.
Class 2S2 Draws Wednesday, June 13. I860.
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, June 20 160.
Class 306 Draws Wednesday,-June 27, 186ol
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY TWO TICKETS
78 NuTTii-ers 13 Draicn Ballots.
One Capital I'rlzo of $37,500!
16 Pnres $joo
3A396Pri2es smonntirg to $5S9,68
WholeTtcketsSlQ; Ealves t5;ftqarters Sg SO
Certificat es of packages 1. the above Scheme, to be
Certificate of Package of 26 Wbdc Tickets sua KC.
" -6 Half 2T il
" " Charter .
W OSUERIXO TIC A 7 S OR CZRTIFICATrS
Euclosclheamouatof tuuucy toour address lor
what you wish to purchase; u-rae the Ia.tlery in
hjchyoo aish it invested, and wbc-ther you wish
-tul.-s, Halve, or Ou.rtert, 00 recCIpt cf
v-htcheE6nd what Is ordwea, by first rna-1. to
gether with the scheme. -
,.lf?i,lK!j".,K,e?.,ne drw-is-,a Printed Drawtnp
certiasdtoby IheCommieaion.rs.wlHbeseut with
Purchasers wil please wrile their iirnatura
a uTse6"'" nam" P1 lheirPst Office .coonty
3-AUnri3csotsl-Oon . " ...
Our Single Number Lotteries,
Canti al lvize
DRAW EVERY SATURDAT.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves 55; Quarters S 5a.
3U or.lers for Tick, ts or CertlQcates In any of the
above Schemes to be directed to
or wV K?n ' "Umin?"' Delaware:
? EDli & CO- Lou". Missouri.
3-Cirrcinr3 contain inK Schemes for tlie month
will be sent free of expense by addresslne as sbovo.
t3, t he drawing l Wood , Eddy ft Co.s Lotteries
are published .a the New York Hrald, ew York
lira, sand New Yoikerais Zeitunz
may 10 Id
110TAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary orain)rorthe Royal Havana
Lottery .conducted by th.Sptnish Government
under taesupervisi.n ol the Captain General of Cuba
il takeplaceat Havan,on
Saturday, August 4th, I860
'.'o,oo iTo IaIa.vivs
Sorteo Rumen 49 Ordinarlo.
Capital Prize !OU,OGO Dollars.
I " " ..
1 " ..
...$100 000 i 60 .... 1000
... 00,000 1 60 "" 'fcoO
... 20.000 I 163 " "...'...I 400
... 20,000 , 20 Approximations S.SP0
... 10,000 j
4 Approximation to the $100,0o0,of teot'cacb ;4
or 4i 0 to 60,000; 4 or 400 lu 30,000; 4 of 400 to 20,
000; 4 Of 400 to $10,v00.
Whole Tickets $20; Halves $10'
Prixos cashed at siht at 6 per cent discount. " '
Bilison all solvent Lanks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon es the roeclt
JCJ All orders for Fchemeg or Ticket to bo ad.
dressed to DuN RuDKlGLLZ, (care of City Post,)
Charleston, ifo. Ca. tnay3-td
FE31ALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
CHARTS .ED BY THE STaTE IN 1S66
V. C. Dawson & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA. .
x o v sen e i i:i
Nuu.bers.and t)ay anr amouatfora ticketthev m
Extra Claaa 2, Draws Oct. 3, 1859.
And on every succeeding -lay (Sunday excepted I
at e o ciocii, r. at.
- IutuidSchemo,therearo 75 Numbers placed
in tue Wheel from 1 up to 7i and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn frun the A'heel. If a person
elects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
is anions tho Nuaib.rsdrawu, be selsd'e times the
auioutit invested. If two selected number, are
drawn, he icets thirty for ou j; if tnree selected Num-.
here aredrawn.be gen two haudred tor on.: it fonr
Mleetcd Numbcrsare drawn, ue gets a. thousand tor
one; it tivege'ectoa Numbers are drawn, live tnns
ana loroue; if m soleuted Number. ar. drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Jiemenber, If two, or more,
.elected Numbers are taken, aud all of those Num-
ner ao seieciea are not drawn among the Twa.ve
Drawu Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank.
Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Draw Focb (11 Times a Month.
And are tho mostiibtirai of n Scheme ever osered
w G DAWSON ft CO .Managers.
octSl Ilanon. and Savannah. G
Houst-keepicg Jlade Easj,
q-'nE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CAKES will uw.y.
X insure gooti wholesom. bread. For 1 0 cents you
can k t oue dozen Yeatt Cakes, which will m. o 60
iar.'e itves f iiia im.1 hlmii.
500 CAKEe SiLVtK SOAP, hourly expected b
express Aluiost e-try f.ml y in town has usvd it
tor spring cle.nicg it is inva cable for w.scibfr
Paint, Looking Glasses, billed Work, Marble. wi ver
or l'l ued W..ro. .
RKFUlGEKalORS. We have sold a larre tot ol
those famout Pbliadeli'hia Re! rig era tors. We have
a large lot coruiug lhcy are a.ir.bWd to give fat
isfa.tion, as they are ni t only tne best bat are the
aprlt-tf MACKENZIE ft SIINCHIN.
WATER COOLERS, &c.
JUST received direct from the xaaaufacturers and
for u.le si lower prices tbaa ever before sold is
this market. . . . .
25 piaiu Water Coolers, . . . , - . . .
25 forcelin lined do. .
- 10 MeLionaid'a Keirigerators
6 Schoule) s Pate. tdo.
SO M .S3er s 3 mmoto -reexets.
2 Scamore s Pst. Freexvs. .
1 also make plain Ice Cnam Frecicrs to order ot
50 Dos. Mason's Pat. Screw Top Froll Cans, 1
and 2 quarts.
30 duz. Pi.in Fruit Cans Tor seaUSf. ' "
4 J dos. 1 quart Glass roit Tars.
Ice Picks and Hatchets
Sherry Mixers an-j Muddlers. ' 1.1
lu aws. PUUM Dippers.
aox.pat. E,;g Uhiiia.
sprill7 II College street.
- Sit Lux et Lux FuU
COAL OIL LAMPS
TTEhaveJuat received another ipplyef Coal 03
VY lamp., am-.og which are aoaie r.ry baodsoeae
uatterus lor parlor., all 6ul ar.ta theC 4ims burner
!:.... .... . n, ...... mil ia imintsurablr
superior to any other Lamp bow before tae publie
forsoftuessaud stedlueji of flamo, freloa r-om
uioke,s!mpiiitv in coutractkia, beauty
aiiciiu enisU.cloanhBea. and economy. Use Lamp
il I eive tbo URb or Tour caadtea ana eoc not cost
as much s one- The Oil e hare imported t burn
id tbee 1 ampslsa ciear, bwtotifal rtle, free from
any ofcns.ve odor, leaves neg.eanespot when epilt
upon eerpetorctotoiagana wii.m..-.M"".
XVA .a OAV v" V. V.
Wholesale Retail DruggUia, No. 1 Pablic square
NaahvUle Teua ar'6tf V
Flour! Flour! -
BSLS. Fxtra Family Fl 'Orj 100 baRS titr
Fainllv Flour, and 69 bbla Super an. Flour;
tt8tracv and f- sale by -muOXt
: No. 14 aoaift Mrt st - .