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MO RGAN & CO.,
NO. 49 PUBLIC SQUARE;
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ABE now rereiviM and opening an unusally de
sirable fclec of , - .-
S PRING GOODS
Elan ra elm? great variety of New Articles, Sfyles,
Ac, which they are prepared to offer to the Retail
Tritle, oa terms that cannot baoincrwise titan satis
1&JTJ to purchasers.
P. i wish t purchase a lar?e quantity of
WOOL, for which the highest mar kit price in cast?
W-U bo paid. feb2A-triwwlni
SPRING STOCK
FO?A 18GO,
NOW COMPLETE AND IN STORE.
WM". S.EAKIN & CO.
North west corner Public Square,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
tB- Especial Btrgjlna far Caa or for stiort time
prompt paper. marl-dawtf
11 Si UO V AL.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Successors to
Sa, . A, rT. tt. FlTli,
n AVE removed to No. 3, Hicks' BuiUinz, North
tide Public Square, and have received their
SPRING STOCK OF
DRY GOODS
Ana Clothing,
To which tbey lo vile the attention of Merchants buy
ing in this marvel, nurl-ly
EVA N S & C O.,
WHOLESALE DKALEK8 IN
Foreign ami Domestic
D RY GOODS; "
Varieties and Clothing
Uoos,SJioc6, IIa(s,Boiiuets,&.c.
No,l NftMhrllielnn Bloek
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
ABE now in receiptor thoir SPRING STOCK, to
wiiiui t " j iutiw nits aiiemiun oi tne trauc.
Iib:7-dly
I860. 1860. 1860.
NEW
Spring Importations.
iili CM uu,,
Importers and "WTioleeale Dealers in -
Foreign and Domestic
Boots,Shoes,Hats,Bon
Enets & Straw Goods,
No. 2 Inn Block,
Xusliville, Tennessee.
WE are now in recciut oroor very large stock of
HP KING AND SCA3iER
Which comprises all tho ew styles of importations,
wtlli much care in their fielection, turn we are deter
mined to oBer out oostomers HDd the trade gener
ally, our goods at prices that will cballouge compe-
tiuon wrutacy marKei m mo lcuu.-u i3i.iv. "
vntu the trad j to give our stock aclose and early ex
atrlaation.
GARDNER & CO.
ftb2o-lrn
New Spring Goods,
FOR 1SGO.
Allison Anderson & Co
IMPORTERS AND
TYnolesale Dealer In
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
AND
Ready-made Clothing,
No. 41 Public Square,
NASX1VILL.E, TEXSESSEE,
WE are now in receipt nf oar Spring Goods, and
desire to lnnte the attention of our friends
and the trade generally to an examination of our
nsnsl Urx .Wi.Uome and select stock, which we
oiP.tr o acomniwuiuiu; terms.
ALUbOn, ANDERSON k CO.,
feb20-2ra '
1908 PACKAGES.
A.W. SOrTBWOCTH,
OBO. H. XHAVTK,
HIT DOCGU9,
BVRD DOt'CLAS.
Dealers at 'Wholesale in
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS,
Clothing, Carpets, Boots, Shoes,
Hats, Bsunets, Umbrellas, &Ci,
No. 63 Public Squar. and No. 69 North Market et.
Nashville, lennessee.
WE invite the attention or Merchant to an ex
tensive and brilliant tK-lr nf Uoodanow opened
and arraugjd for the Spring Trad a.
We solicit the patronareof Dealers, reeling assured
that w were never bouor prepared to serve their
lul'-rest.as regards magnitude nf stock, beauty of
Etyles and liberality of terms. We acknowledge no
superior ability In any city of the Union.
mvl-2m DOCULAS ft CO.
Just Received.
Thompson & Co.
BEG leave tocaU the attention of their friends and
customer? to the finest assortment of
White Goods
ever brogbt to this market. Consisting of
IRISH LINENS,
LINEN SHEETINUS,
LINEN DE11ASK,
LINEN TOWZLS,
LINEN NAPKINS,
LINEN DOYLIES.
And in fact, every U'iss coming under th j bead of
WHITE GOODS.
Tboy hav. also just received an extensive assort
ment of
Carpets and Carpet lings.
CALL. AND SEE THEM.
feb84 . .
MM
JllubMo m CO.,
18 GO.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WI are now in receipt of a complete stack of
LAXDRfcTH'S Garden Seeda,of the growth of
1S59, tneludiag all tu. diflbrcnt varieties of
Artichoke, lettuce, Beets,
Cabbage, " Pamir y, Nasturtium,
CaulUlJur rapper, Pepper Grass,
Sahnfy. E'rtiv., Carrot,
iZS; Beans,' Mustard,
Borecole, tmioa,
KarlyCora, Rhubarb,. . t riant,
goaasfe, Kohlfcabbi, Aparagss,
Melons, Brucoti, Okra, (
Ctnioea,' Turnip, Celery,
vj .dish, . Cacamber, Spinas,
Kale.
Blue Grass, TitnMhy Clover, Herds Grass, Millet,
ad all other kinds of FisU goed oa hand daring lbs
tS"trr abantl soppltod with Garden Sd oa
CoSfe gAWs.BBoiraaco,.
H. 0. M'NAIRY & CO.
CATALOGUE IN PART
OF
Onr Catalogue refers but partially to the GOODS
(kept by ue) in tneir reepccui aepanmenis.
To our friends and Datrons we heg to say, that our
stock will be equal, If not saperir to any we have
heretofore offered; and we m.st respectfully invite
an examination of it, assuring all wko may favor us
with a call, that thev will find our DtSjes uniformly
low, and our terms most liberal, allowing a hand
some DISCOUNT Tor allcasn bills. W c are uow rc
ceiving our stock daily. , t
SILKS,
DRESS GOODS,
AND
STUFF GOODS.
Black Italian Silks, all widths. . 1.
Gros DeRhinea Lyons, every width and quality.
Lyons Gros D'Naps.bPk and col'd. .
Black Taffetas, medium and heavy. -Black
Armure K.yale. - - - -
Hich Poult De Soie.
Kich Poulf De Soie, Bayadere and Plain. -.1-
Gros DcParis, full boiled.
Rich Chene, extra rich.
Rich Robes, t'. o to ten volants.
Black Velve', Lyons. . .
Black Satins, '
White Silk Sergeaand Oil Silks - ;- " -Black
and colored Challies.
Poplins, Bayadere, Chene and Broche.
Crapes, English and Italian, all colors.
Crape Leisse.
Oriental Bareges and Tissues.
Grenadines and Leons Cloths.
. DcLaines, Plaid and Printed.
Delaines, rich chintz colors '
Mwrinos.bl'k, white and col'd.
- Alpaccas, bl'k, col'd and Bi'ocadc.
Black Bombazines, Winter and Summer fabric.3
Moreens for Skirts.
Grass Cloth for Skirts.
Hair
Clan Tartan Plaide, Scotch.
IlihboRS and Trimmings.
French Bonnet Ribbons, every style.
Paris &sh Ribbons, elegant.
Velvet Ribbons, full selvages.
Cap Ribbons.
Full Mourning Ribbons.
Fringes for Mantillas and Dresses.
Ladies' Promenade Suits.
We open thi3 day a second Invoic of full
Suits for Ladies. Made up.
Wrapping Department.
In this department will be found a Tery
large and well selected Btock of
Black Silk Mantillas. .
Black Lace Mantillas.
Black Lace Points.
Handsome Grenadine Shawls.
Handsome Grenadine Scarfs.
Men's & Boys' Famishing Goods.
: In this department may be found every kind
and quality of goods necessary to a Gentle
man's complete outfit, consisting in part of
CLOTI1S, CASSIMEEE3 AND VESTING S.
? To be made up -
SHIRTS AND COLLARS.
All sizes and qualities.
GLOVES. ...
. Kid, Silk and Lisle."
' HOSIERY.
Every size add price.
Silk, Linen and Lawn Handkerchiefs.
Suspenders, Cravats and Ties.
Underwear of every variety.
WHITE GOODS,
Consisting of a; large Stock of Irish Linens of good
width , and manufactured expresiiy for '
R. C. HcNAIRY & CO.
Also, Ullow Linen, Linen Sheeting, Table Damask,
Table Cloths, all sizes. A complete assortment of
Towels .Napkins, and Doilies, all sizes and prices.
Cotton and Linen Diapcra. White and Colored
Toilet quilts. - -
Jaconet le Cambric, Swiss.
Linen " Fr.and Figured Swiss.
Jaconet Muslin. White and Colored Tarieton.
Franca Bishop Lawn.
Book " Linen
Naina ek 41 India Dimity.
Mail Corded
BARGAIN COUNTER.
This is quite a feature in our store. Upon this
Counter are sold a great many goods at less than
half their cost. All past styles of any goods are
sacriOced here, as well as many other very desira
ble goods. :
R. C. McNairy & Co.
mar21-tf
Coal Oil ! Coal Oil I !
J. 1L FIN LAY. & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,
Manufactured In Louis, Mo.
tf "BIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the purest
A Spring Water deordenzed does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney the beet Oil made in
tbe East or West, and took the first premium at th.
Ltst fct. Louis Fair. One UiaJ is all It nee is to re
commend It togereral use. We have received a
supply of this superior Oil, which we are Bering to
the trade by the barrel only at nianufaoturcrsr price
; MlZtLL, HOOPER h CO.,
. aprll-tf . BAG . Noe. and 8 Market st
, Coal Oil Lamps. ; -
r DOZEN-CoaJ OI Lamps, of various styles, fitted
3 with the ceelbraled Colnni Burner, for sola ty , .
fcb2S-U . : BAINS, BiiOWH .QQ.
A BLOODLESS x VICTORY I I I
I,Q00,000 Boxes Sold of
MAGNETIC PLASTER
THISe normous quantity th 1 s I n valuable Reme
dy has been purchasedby citizensof tbe United
Suites during the short time it has been before the
public. Tbe reason for this extraordinary snccessic
simply in the actualtrnth and value of the article.
No one buys the MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming its friend. It performs all that is promised,
and carries with it its own recommendation. Truly
this is a victory peacefuland bloodless but we be
lieve not less glorious than the triumphs of war. with
its fain of carnage and desolation
The MAGV2TIC PLASTER is undoubtedly the
Greatest St injrthenerand Pain Destroyer that Sci
anrp has VI tdixcovered. If vouputthisPlasterany
where, if I ainis there, the I'las-terwil I stick there
nntilth tPxin has vanished . TUePlastermagnetizes
heP away .and - '
P' ncaniiotexislwfierethisPlasterisapplic
fcumatium , Lameness , Stiffness .Weakuess ,De
nil. tv .Nervousness. Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Cough
and Colds, Painsand Aches of every kind.downeve
tO CorUS ,are I St HLIIUICL I ar-inr. u,bu,iiuu
ttle patience, PERMANENTLY CURED, by the mag
ralinfluenceof the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is th
aimnlesturestaiQEt jlcasantestandchapestrem
edyin existence. Itsappiicaticnisuniversal equal)
ly tothestrong man , the delicate woman, ana in
feebleinranU TO eacnana ai in wiuprove a rsaia
andaBlessine. Its nseisagreeable jtnd withoutan-
novanceortrouble .Its price is within reach of all-
rich r poor; allmay havei t, and allshouldhaveit
wboaresicK.anusuneringin any way.
FARMERS and PLANTERS should always be sup
piled withthe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It will be thi
GoodPhyBiciania any nousehoid ,roaay at an imcs
and at inALaut notice.
Put uplQiir-tighltiD boxes. Each box wilimaki
six to eight plasters, and any child can spread them
Price2&uentsabox,withfuil andplain iirections.
. C. JIOBE1IEAD, M.
Invenlorand Propriet r,19 H'alter tlrectjftw Tori
MOREHEAD'S MAGNETIC PLASTER IS SOLD B
ALL .DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN, GENUINE
MEDICINES EVERYWHERE.
july29-deodaweowlyin
mM MANHOOD
Trn-ur t.ost. ttow rt&tq
st Published, in a Sealed Envelope
Ttrr v4Trpr TO 17 A TUrVT A Vn M k nTP 4 r
U;i i rj naiukCif ai a v -
CI RE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Semiail
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Invol
untary Emissions, inducing Impotency and Mental
and rnysicai luuaitauiij'.
BJ ROB. J. C CLYER WELL, M. D.,
- A Hiker of "The Great Book." c.
The world-renowBed aatbor,in this admirable Lec
ture, clearly proves Irom his own experience that
awful consequences o' self-abuse may be effectually
. -.1 . ifn4j.;n. ami wiiliAnt H.nfrormf.
removeu wivuou .icim-mc UB.
Surgical operations, bougies, instruments, rings or
i :.. 1 n mula f.f lnr. t fill CO rOrtlH
coraiais: pviiinuK " ."v- v. "
r . . i k vhtrh Mwrr k ri fTt-ror . ii n matter
BUli vuctiuai, u " " . . j
what his condition may be, may cure himseir cheap.
... i 1 ' 7 f . . TkiaTivln.a will nmt?A
ttjpnvaieiy aim rtwu-uny- ...
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, potl paid, on the
receipt of two postage stompB, by aodresuing Dr.
CH. J. C.KLIN E,M.D.,480 First Avenue.New York,
f06l DOX, 4000. "1" v--" J
Priuce Imperial Champagne.
FROM
e EPERNAY,
DE VENOCE k Co
FRANCE.
Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout
- the Country.
TII3 fine brand of Champaene, which nntil the
past year was confined exclusively to the best ta
bles of the Continent of Europe.has now obtained
the most unbounded success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by some of the first
Physicians of tbe city of New York, over all other
wines, oi 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
ita introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and constantly Increasing. Our arrange
ments are such as to ensure the quality or tne r. ine
being maintained at its present high standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by ns, we being
tbe solo Agents or Messrs. Db Vbsogb & Co., in this
country. E. V. HAUGHWOCT t CO.
Nos. 483,490 and 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold in NaBhville by M. & E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church and Coltege sts.
mart 3md -
CHURCH ANDKRSO.V JOHS H. ASDERSOS
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.,
WUOLESALR GCOCERS
AND
Commission .lcvclianls,
IV o. 50 College street,
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
mar29-tf
Oats! Oats!
AAA BUSHELS of A No. 1 eats, just received
1UUU and for sale by
mar29-tf
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
TTE have on band a large quantity cr the best
VV Haugarian Grass Seed, which we are selling
............ . -T,rni.AT a. s r
low.
CHURCH ANDERSON 4 CO.
mar29-tf
Tar ! Tar I
"W E have just received a large lot of TAR, and
V are offering it at the lowest figure.
mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
WhisKy I Whisky! Wliislty!
WE have in store a large quantity of the best of
all kinds of the purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
. mar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Sundries! Sundries!
"7"0U can find, at all times, at our store, all kinds
JL of Groceries, such as Sugars, Couce, Molasses,
Svrups, Ae., ic, &c. -
mar29-tf CHUROI ANDERSON t CO. .
PURE TABLRiVINES.
E. LAMBERT & CO.,
COLONNADE BUJLDING.
53 Cherry st., 53 Cherry st.,
BEG to call tho attenUon of their friends and of
the public to the fact that they have for sale
Wines unequalled in fineness and purity;
A Larger Variety than can le foond any
where else; v v
A Variety of fine Wines that tan be found
nowhere else, at prices that defy compe
tition. '
As we deal oniy in Wines we are DETER
MINED to undersell all others in the trade.
Parties desiring to purchase willconsult their
interest by giving ua a call and COMPARE
our Will co 0d Prices before purchasing else
where. - .
Every article Imported and sold by us var
: ranted genuine. !
N. B. For list of Wines call and get a
circular, sent free by mail.
- E. LAMBERT & CO.,
Office and Sample Room, No. 53, Cherry st.
mar27-tf - ' ' ; -:
' CTA Cli!! ICtU
WE have opened our Ice Depot In the rear of
the State Bank, and will sea as cheap as any
in tbe market that is as good. Ocr ice is from Para,
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusively of the best Spring Water in tbe State,from
four to eight inches thick. We will open a depot on
South Cherry street a tC. McCrary'a grocery store
about the lV of. A
marl6-t B E. k 3. J GARRETT
Tobacco Sale Ways
AT
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, "
AT IKY O'CLOCK. A. M.
jaThis arrangement la made for the paroposeof
both accommodating buyers and planters, and I hope
will be satisfactory.
marl7-tf HMIITOV
i Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brands Ne Plus Ultra, Gun
Powder, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howqu
Uixtures, Imiwrial and Black. - .
for sale by . -
aprCl-tf RAINS, BROWN
FLOWER POTSi
IftA DOZEN Flower Pots, assorted sires, for
1UU eale by RAINS, BROWS is CO.
- aprSI-tf , ' ' " "
; ' (.round Feed for Stock
AN addiUonal supply lust received and for sale
by " tiiLSJ. V. SHIELDS k CO.,
may 10' ' - 21 College street
I Coal Oil. v v
K BBLS. COAL OIL very eoperlor article, Just
tj received and for sale by -feb5-lf
' BAINS, BEOWN ft CO.
i -. , . 'r
1 8 6 0. ,
SPRING STOCK!
JOIIN IIA1MAGE," ;.
'j'. - No. 42 College street, ' J
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
XrorLD call attention to bis large and hand-
l some stock of '
Boots and Shoes,
Of every description and style; selected with great
care irom tne best makers, all made or the nest ma
ternal, and workmanship unsurpassed.
The variety and quality of my Stock is such that
the taste of all can be suited, and I am prepared to
oner inem at the most salislactory prices. .
For ticntlemcu.,
Super French Calf Pnmp and Stitched Boets:
Congress Gaiters of French Calf, Morocco, Patent
Leather, Calf, Kid, Lasting and Cloth.
Oxfords of French Calf, Lasting, Calf, Kid and Mo
rocco; . - .-
Walking Dress Shoes of every description, &c., &c
For LiaiUcs.
French Lasting, Italian Cloth, Glove Kid Gaiters,
Buskins and slippers;
French and English Kid Congress and Lace Soots.
Aliases and Children's
Boots and Shoes, Congress and Lace Gaiters, Slip-
. pers, &c.,&c ,&c. ..
' Boys and Yoiitli's
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters of every style, both for
aress ana service.
My supply of Pegged Work, for Men. Women and
Children, is very large; and will be sold at t:.e low
est price. juu.M KAUAUt: ,
mar31-tf 42 College st.
SPRING STOCK
BOOTS, SHOES,
AKD GAITEUS.
A. V. RUTLAND,
!. SO Union street,
: (SUCCESSOR TO J. B. & A. V. RUTLAND,)
TS now receiving one of the most complete assort.
J. raents of BOOTS AND SHOES ever brought to
tbis market, which has been selected with great care
from the best Manufacturers, expressly for the Re
tail Trade, comprising in part as louowa:
For tUc Xtaillcs. :
Ladies black an t brown French Lasting Congress
Gaiters, with heels;
Ladies black and brown Cloth Laced 6 iters, heel
' and no neeis;
Ladies black and brown Buttoned Lasting Gaiters
beelsand no heels;
Ladies Glove Kid Congress Gaiters, with and with
out heels:
Ladies Extra Fine Kid Bootees, with and without
heels; . ;
Ladles Extra Fine Kid Slippers, heel and no heels
Laced RosettB; i
Ladies Extra Fine Eng. Kid Slippers, with heels
lAcea Kosetts;
Ladies white Kid and Satin Slippers, heel and no
heels; ; .
I adies Velvet Slippers; English Lasting Slippers; fid
Buskins and iouei suppers.
For Cleivtlcnieia. L-
Gentlemen's Super French Calf Pump Boots, best
styles:
Super French Calf Stitched Boots, best styles; ..:
3 upe r French Calf P ump Congress Gaiters;
Ulove Ji.ia ana r. u. uragresn utuusrs;
Calf Pump and Stitched Oxford Ties; -Buckskin
Congress Gaiters. .--.. - :
Boy's, Misses and Children's Shoes of all kinds and
qualities. - .
Servant's Shoes of every kind. -
All of which we will Bell very cheap for Cash.
Call at No. 80 Union street.
mar26-tf A.V.RUTLAND.
I860 Spring Supplies. 1860
Blackman & Gillespie,
DEALERS IN
Uools and SUocs,
COR. SQUARE AND MARKET ST.,
IVasliville, Tennessee,
HATE just received their large and elegant as
sortment of Spring Goods, consisting oi every
variety and style of
BOOTS AJVD SHOES,
(among which are many articles that, for elegance
of design and beauty of hnishjCanuot be surpassed
by any in the market ,)
TRUXKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES, be
all of which are offered on the most favorable terms.
The public are invited to call and examine this
stock. mar21-d2m
BOOTS AND i SHOES.
Farrar, Dismukes & Co.
Are receiving their SPRING STOCK "of
BOOTS, .
SHOES, .
GAITEKS,
TIIUAKS,
. VALISES,
Carpet Bags, &c.
o
UR stock this Spring is very large and beautifal,
and gotten up with the greatest care, as to the
latest and best styles by the Dest manuiacturers.
We are well prepared to furnish.
PLANTATION
AND '
Ail In want of SHOES will do well to call on ua as we
will sell them at LOW . PRICES.
FARRAR, DISMUKES A CO.,
' marlO-2m . No. 45 College Street, Nashville. .'
5 Minute
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As ImproTed for 1S59.' -
Wrra Siaxpkd Ikox Covebs axd Bottoms Timtto.
THE only Freezer known which is constructed on
true Scientific principles. ' '
The Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
less ice and less labor than any other, being at the
same time the most durable in structure, and most
certain in Its ooerations. - - :
Sole Agent for the United States.
. E. KETCH AM k CO.,
Manufacturers of Japanned and
Planished Tin Ware.
.tebi8-3m 289 Pearl street, Hew Yort.
J. C. HARVEY & CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
NO. 84 UNION STREET,
ARE gelling 20 per cent lower for cash than any
housn in Nashville. We have on hand the very
best French and English Goods, consisting of
CLOTHS, CASS1MERES AMD VESTINGS, which we
will make up in the most fashionable style, and war
rant in all cases to fit and give satisfaction or no sale.
J. C. HARVEY & CO.
'Also, on hand a large assortment of Gent's Fur
nishing Goods which we will sail low.
apr7-lm J. C. HARVEY ft CO.
The Barlholf Sewing Machines
ABE warranted for four years; by a responsible
cumpur. No. 2&. College street, opposite
Sewanee House, .- , .
apnllT - : " . . . - , . . ' : -:
Umbrellas.
RECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas of Silk, Alpac
ea, Gingham and plain Cotton some extra large
and and others small for Summer use
apr6-tf - J. H. MoGILL.".
i Underwear. . ;
ANOTHER invoice or seasonable Underwear of
Game Silk, Gauze Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconetand Cotton, received and for
sale by - . . . J. U. ifoOILL. ;
apr&-tf . .. . ' . -
Burning Fluid. -
fTUNNERS OIL, Sperm Oil, Lard Oil, Coal Oil
X Linteed Oil, for sale at
feb26-tf - RAIN3 -BROWN k CO. 3
Fresh Corn Meal.
THE subscriber has made arrangements with one
of the most extensive mill, in-Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family MeaJ, and is now
receiving 3000 bushels which he offers to the City
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage
., 7 . , , . . , A. JENKINS, .
' my!2 ' ""- ", '" 15 Markeuir eeU'
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
D.
KTRKPATRIOK k SONS, No. 31 So era Tama
STRBKT, neiweco aar&vi uiu tunuiviaucGw,
Philadelphia, have for sale "
i . VST A SALTED SPANISH BIDES, ?y .;
Dry and Green Salted Pataa Kips,Tanner'sOil,Tan
ner'.and Currier's Tools at tbe lowest prices nd
upon tbe best terms. - ' . . .. i
- AllkindsorLeather Intbe rough wanted or
which the highest market price will be given in
cash or taken in exchange for hides. . Leather stored
free of charge and Bold on commission.. . - '
i septl 3mdw - .
The Invisible Hearing; Apparatus
DR. DAVIS, Oculist and Aariat, 127 Carondeletst.,
New Orleans, La., has a newly-laventod Instru-
nient, lor extreme case, or -veaineas. r nu v aa
.istance a person Is enabled to hear with the great
est ease to enlov ordinarv conversation and to near
at public assemblies. It rests completely within the
Ear and can be worn without the slightest inconve
nience. - One object of this instrument is to keepth.
organ in a constant state of activity, and by ao do
log. In tic. to enable a person to dispense Willi .its
' . (LATE OF KNOXVILLE.TENX.,) ,C
riENDERShlsprofessionalservicesto the citizen.
I nf Nashviileand vicinity. He has been actively
engaged in the praeticeof his Profession in all its
tiranr.heefor the last sixteen vears.and hopes by
strictattentionto beableto renderaatisfactiouto all
iibn tnn favor him with a call.
Office No. 42iCberrv street, near Capt.Stockell's
new resiuence. itesiueneei earisirctrvu"
ville. . aprZ-dtf
DR. JOHN W. 3IORTON,
Eeaidence.Cor- College and Watkias' Avenue
(FORK KELT UXI STREET,) -.
OflHee No. 63 IVortUClarr Street.
jan27 tf ' " ' . ' -
K. ITLES. . . CKO. W. H1TCE1SGJ
LYLKS II ITCHINESS,
SLAVE DEALERS,
Kaslivillc, ciiucsscc,
WILL at all times buy Negroes suitable for the
New Orleans market. . All persons having Ne
groes io sen win uicabts kiic us a lou.
july21-tf . j - v LYLKS k HITCHINGS
! WHOLESALE DRY GOODS,
t Hats, Bostt Shoes, Beady Made Clothing
' ' Uardtoare, Queeneicare, &,-&., &c
E. TKABUE & W. II. LUCAS.
No. 73 Public Square. ..
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods
at low figures to close out as near as possible
before receiving onr Spring stock. Our Mr. LUCAS
is now in the Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing job lots for cash and short time pa'
tier, and wo promise our customers and Merchants
making their purchases in this market, that onr stock
aillbe large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters for
good bargains for cash and short, prompt paper.
Janl6 Ul TRABCE & LUCAS.
Auction and Commission Card.
TO SOUTHEEX MERCHANTS AXD DEALERS.
THE subscribers have opened a large and exten
sive house for the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUcINkSS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
of Goods , Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures in
tbe various departments of Trade.
It is with confidence and pleasure that we call the
attention of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from manufacturers. JirsZ
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Ordeis faithfully attended te when accompanied by
the cash. BENJ. F. BHIELDS k CO.,
Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College st., '
feb8-tf . Nashville, Tenn.
Guff's Patent Knitting Machine,
For Family and Plantation Use,
MAKES all kinds of Hosiery .Tippets, Cudersleaves
and many other articles of wearing apparel,
from Woolen, Cotton and Silk Yarn. Every Family
and Planter shouid hav e one.
H. C. LEA, General Agent,
875 Broadway, New York.
AGENTS WANTED. marl3-d3m
Ties, Stocks and Cravats.
EVERY variety of these articles received and for
sale by J. H. McGlI.L,
apro-tf Cherry street, one door from Union
Fresh Ohio Corn Meal.
JUST received and for sale by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS & CO.,
may 10 Central Rooms, 27 College street. '
COOKING STOVES. ;
AN invoice of Black Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
suitable fon small tamilies,Just received and for
sale by BENJ- F. SHIELDS & CO.,
! miylT ; - - Central Rooms, College St.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
-, . AN D
1 HOST COXTE.MEXT , ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WOULD 1 1 ...
THIS GAS Is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and
for elegance, economy, safety and simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in tbe same
stylo as the ordinary gas fixtures.
tKS Principal Agency- at 47 Cooper's Building,
Cherry Street, where the light can be seen at any
time. THOS. II. TAYLOR.
janl2 ly " " ; - ;
Coal'.: Coal! Coal!
ALL persons desiring a superior article of Coa
entirely free from Slats or Cixdkb and making
only Sbvkn per cent, ashes, should send an order to
the jEtua Coal Yard, where they can obtain the most
economical Coal in tne city at tbe following low pri
ces : - - - - ,
Large Selected Lump, '-' 21 cents per Bushel:
'. Screened or Round, . 19 " " r" -1
Blacksmith's or Fine," ' 15 " " -'
Orders can be left in Box 94, P.O., or atthe Yard
back of the N. k C. R, R. Depot. --?dec22-tf
. - SAML. J AGNEW.
M. A. PAEEISH & CO.,
. Produce, Commission
. ; AND I
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Fronting on College and Market sts.,
-South of Broad,
; FiaslrviAlc, irciincssscc. -
; marST-tf' - 1 - ' v "
. HAY. .
600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Race Iiorse Uay.
CORN.
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; 3000 bushels Shelled' Corn.
; 100 " Seed "
! 600 t tr- Ear 4!'ii ,.i t -
BALED OATS.
! , -JOO bales Oats; . .. . v,
i i ; 100v?; Straw. . J -i .i '-?
f SHINGLES.
(00 bundles Prime Shingles;
WAGON SPOKES. '
!
- 25,000 Wagon Spokes, . . , ,
j SEED OATS.
1000 bushels Pennsylvania Oats. '-
! . MEAL.
100 Dushels Family Meal.'' " J
POTATOES. v r -- .
i ... 60 barrels Northern Potatoes. ..:
! Tbe above articles are on consignment and will be
sold cheap to close.
; t mar27-tf - M. A. PARRISH - CO.-
CA Bclcs Hungarian Grass just received and for
0J sale by
- . ; , ' M A PARRISH CO. .
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
; Ho. 69 Market Str
NaslBVille, Tennessee. -
WE have now on hand a Tull and complete as
sortment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac.
which we oOer at the very lowest prices:
ircular Saw Mills, double and single; ' -I
. Male's Cider Mill and Corn Sheller; .
. Sinclair's Straw Cutters;
! ; n ; Wheat Drills; . ,--.
1
r Field Rollers, &e
scpH-tf. ARMSTRONG k CO.
j BLACKSMITHING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
'.Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegests.,
j NashTille, Tenn.
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that be has recently taken the above stand and
is prepared to do Blacksaithing in all its branches,
such as Herse-Shoeing. Buggy-Repairing, tc, te.,
is the best manner and at short notice, lie solicits
a share of public patronage
t JAS. TARPLEY,
jan24-tf ,.uys ;iiJ;;:- ? Agent.
JO. X3 WARDS. . . K. OOKE90X. . S. P. BDWAKhS. '
EDWARDS, GILKES0X & CO.
" (srccxasoRSTOjo.inwa'DB,)" '
'Corner of Collece and Clinrcn sts.,
j Wholesale Grocers and Commission
M EEC HAN T Si
AND DEALERS IN - - -
Fine Brandies, Wines, Ci;ars, Tobacco, ie
voetu-tr """
AKft A MONTH AND JILL EXPENSES PAID.'
eJU An agent is wanted In every town and coun
ty in the United Stales, to engage in a respectable
and easy business by which the above profits may
be. certainly realised.-For further particulars ad
dress Dr. J. Heskt Waaxra, corner 12th street and
Broadway, .New,. York City, encloa'oue Postage
Stamp. .b21-4w3m
Sell only Cennine : Imported Coods..;
i Ourstockof Domesticand Havana CIgarsisvery
arge.to which w. respectfnl!yinviletbcattntioo o
s. public. Wealways guarantee everything we set
be the pure article. We should be happy to re
el ve a call from all dealers and consumers when
ey visit the city , as we are ABLE AND DETEK
XlNEDtoonertb.bestofindncemcnts. '
july28-tf . ... A, RIVA k CO.
t Selected Lump Coal.
THE finest lot ot Selected Lump Coal Is to be
found at the jfctna Yard, where It Is sold at the
w price e 121 cents per bushel. Drop your orders
a Bo No. 4 P.O., sod they will be promptly stj
coded to. SAMUEL J. AGNEW, ,
I feb3-tf Tard tack er N. 4 C.R.B. Depot.
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HAVE ON HAND
ONE HUNDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE .
CANTON MATTING
' - - ALSO,
Au Unusual I y Iarge Stock of
PLAIN, TLAID AND STRIPED
COT T ON S!
For Servants, wbich they will . sell very low
by the piece. . ; .- .
y Persons not yet supplied will consult
their interest by examing these goods, as we
are determined io close ffiem out.
R. C. M'JVAIUY & CO.
;- aprlS-tf
, G. B. BROWN, .'- A. J. HOOPER. , Q. MT7ET,T
MIZELL, HO OPEE & CO
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
i - FORWARDING AND
Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBA
- CO, CIGARS, SXUFFS, &e., ;
- Not. 6 and 8 market Street,'
NASHVILLE TENNESSEE
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, &C.
W
E have in store aud for sale cheap to the trade
125bbl3. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whisky.
65 bbts. Old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bbls. Old Rye a prime article. "- ' x
' 15 bbls. Old Rye Warranted Pure. - -'
85 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
? 45 hall barrels Cherry Brandy. ' - -
! 25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy. - '
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
! 10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
' 4 bbls pure Apple Brandy. t ,. .
j 25 quarter casks Holiid Gin. ' - ' '
' T5 bbls. American Brandy.
! 15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, fcc. ' -
jansJ-tf nan - MUELL, HOOPER & CO.
- . Attention All!! ;
T 7"E have in store, and for sale cheap, a large as
V sortment of Safes, which for durability , and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
United States.
MIZELL, HOOPER ft CO.
:jan9-lf :. BSC. Ko.'sO 8 Market Street.
A Full and Choice Stock of Dry Goods at Co
-' ' ' AT . .
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
I Tp to the time of receiving Spring Goodswewfll
) otter our entire stock of STAPLE and FANCY
GOODS at
; COST FOR CASH.
Our object in doiug this is to reduce our present
stock as much as possible before getting new goods.
Up to that time all who wish to buy cheap goods
will do well to call on ns at No. 22, South side of the
Square. jan2-tf
. R. GLASCOCK. O. S. XEWSOM.
GLASCOCK &NEWS0M
1 Office, College tt., next door lo Merchants' Bank,
D alers in and Agents for tne purchase and
! sale of
REALT ESTATE,
Eenting Houses or Land in the city or conn?
; try. Will also give their undivided atten
. tion to the Collection of Claims, Negotia
tion Loans, &c, etc.
E. R. GLASCOCK
WILL attend to all sales of Property of every
dcs3cription eitherin townor country .
; Janl7 tf . "
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
Funeral Undertakers,
. DEALERS LNj
BURIAL CASES,
'AUD
CASKETS,
; No. 49 Church Street,
Nas'hviLl e , T en ne s s e e
ct5-tr - " w. -
; AVantca.-
Q1TUATION9 TO TEACH FOR TWENTY-FOCR LA-
kj DY GRADUATES of tbe Hudson River Inftitute
Some teach English, French, Latin, Piano Music,
Drawing and Painting others only part of the above
ranches . This Institution affords rare advantages
rath or ough education, at very reasonable raws.
r l . k&va. J 1.ACK., a.m., Priucipai,
. Calverack , CoL Co. , N. Y.
y. :. friic Lovers .
' or a ccsrixs - - '
'HAVANA SEGARV
. Can be suited nowhere better than at
ETIENNE LAMBEH T & CO.'S
Colonnade B ml ding, 63 Cherry Street. .
! may3-tf. . .....
W A 13 K & It 13 ti l S,
Job L,ots f Coots ana Slioes.
TT7E have a large Invoice of first quality or Boots
VV and Shoes, which w. will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
immediately as they must be sold, at our War. rooms
?ga-.T1V - - TRABCE LCCCS.-
A Desirable Dweliin & for Rent
ONE ofthemost desirable residences In the city
is exposed for rent for tbe balance of tb year.
It is within five minutes walk of the Square, quite
retired, and contains seven good rooms, with plen
ty of out rooms. A good two story UrfckstBle,r-
rtage bouse, kc. Enquire of .
)uue27-lw , , , & GLASCOCK k CO.,
0 "
American aud Foreign
STEREOSCOPIC EMPORIUM.
E . A HIH0KT,
30S Broadway, NeW York.
After May 1st, 1860, 501 BBOAD WAT, two
r doors from the SL Nicholas Hotel. '
The Stereoscope Is the most instrmctiee. inttretting.
ntertainittg, amusing, and ciUng ot modern inven-
lons. ..
None are too oung, none too old, none too intelli
gent, none too uneducated, to acknowledge ita worth
no home is complete without it, and it must and
will penetrate everywkere. -
u presenis io your view every part of the world,
n all the relirf. boUneta. unusu.. ana iLimua nf
detail, as if you were on the spot. .
rnoiograpueraare everywhere exploring Europe,
Asia, Africa, America, in search of th cnml ami
the beautiful, and the rendu of ikrir il-iil
ttantly enriching our stock. -
we have an immense variety of paper Views of
Scenes in Paris, London, England, Scotland, Ireland,
Wales , France , Belgium , Hollan d ,Switierland , Spain ,
The Rhine, Versailles, St. Cloud, Font&inehleac,
Tuilleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, the Holv
Land, China, India, Crystal Palace, also Groupe His
torical, amusing, marriage scenes, breakfast scene,
nic-nics. statuary, &o. Ac. An exottirite atsorlwun
of liluvanated Interiors ot Palaces, Cucrcbes, and Ca
thedrals or t rauce, Italy, sc. Ac. Tbe edect o
these illuminated views is most remarkable.
EVXKT CKNTLSXaS Or WEALTH ASD BStlXKO TaSTS
should have in bis drawing room some of our
quisite vieios on glass, with a revolving stereoscope,
showirg 12, 25, 60 or 100 scenes. Nothing can be
more fascinating, and one can otter-no greater treat
to a friend fond of the picturesque and the beautifci.
AnZaony's Instantaneous Stereoscope Views are the
latest Photographic wonder. They are taken in the
fortieth part of a second, and everything no matter
how rapxalii u may be monng, is depicted as sharply
and distinctly as if it had been perfectly at rest.
This gitf es an additional value, for to the beauties
of inanimate nature U adds th charm of life and mo
tion, tne process is a discovery or our own, ana
being unknown in Europe, e we receive from l-oudon
and Paris large orders for Anthony 's Instantaneous
Viewsor American lire and scenery.
Among other things we have just published Stere
oscopic Illustrations of the tSccno of the Fulton
Strkct Pratbb Meetlxgs, in which many heartR fael
an interest. The particulars of this will be found
1 a our catalogue.
Our Catalogce of subjects and prices will be for
warded toanv address on receint uf a stamp.
Parlies at a distance sending us $3. $5, 10,$15
$20, or $25 can have a good instrument and such
oictures as hey ma v reauest. sent br Express.
Views alone, (without instrument) can be sent by
man.
Parties who wish to be advised of everything real-
ly valuable in tbe hue that comes out, may send u.
their names to place on record, and will keep them
posted at our own expense. .
Men of leisure will hud Photography a most fasci
nating and delightful amusement. We are prepared
to fit ont amateurs with everything necessaay for
their success together with instructions "How to
take Stereoscopic Pastures." .
.;-. E-INTHOITT,
: Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic Ma
terials, btereuecopes ana stereoscopic v ie s. -m--
Merchants from every section of tbe country
are respectfully invited to make an examination of
our stock, a. our discount to tne trace win De lib
eral. - ' "
To ProtOgTaplier$. First class stereoscopic Ne
gatives MAIUUU.
, Send by mail a print nnmounted, with price of Ne
gative. (aui-ui.
SAPOXIFiEU,
. OR
COSCEXTBATED POTASH.
Morethan Double the Strengthof Ordinary rotash
TOR making Soan wlthoutiime. with little trouble
J- andattriningexpeuse. The cheapestarticle ever
discovered for tb purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of gocd Soft Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will una it a superior
article forcleauingtype. ltts perfectly solubleaod
free from imnurities. .,....
Rrokeninswalllumpsandput up inl, 2,4 and 0
Ft cans.
Manufactured st the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brooklyn Jtndsold by
R. DURKEE k CO.
E,oet3-dwly .181 Pear latreet. New York..
VALUABLE
FOR
REAL ESTATE
S A L E.
VTTTSHING to make other I n vestments , epro
V V posctosellallour RcalEaUtein Davidsonuo.,
asfollows:
, That Suburban Residence,
aituatedon the Franklin Turnpike, within halfa mile
of the city , and opposite the residence of tbe late Jo
seph W. Itorton. luia is, peruaps, ue most com
manding site in the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
most desirablecountry residence . The house will be
s Id with 12 or 15acresoflaudasthepurj;hasermay
choose.
That Valuable Farm,
known asthe Sims Tract .situated on tbe Smith Turn
Dike. fold Lebanon road) within three miles o! Nash-
Vilie,:onvainingou aurw. uc mimibuuu,ivw.cii
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences , market
gardensand dairy larms. Also,that
Beautiful Farm,
onsame road , now occupied bj T.C. McCampbell,
aud formerly owned by Tom tlarding,eontainiug
about 250 acres. This place is so well known as to
noed no further description It will also be divided
to suit purchasers T.C. McCampbellw llshowthese
places to anyone who willcall.
Alltheabovepropcrty will be sold on reasonable
terms, and on a creditor one ,two,three and four
years
ApplytoA.V.S.Lindsley ,Nashville ,or to either
oltueundersigned .
TH0S:C McCAMPBF.LL ,
- Six mileefromNashTiUo.
j . A . iloCAMI'BELL,
. aprl v - Nashville.
E X T R A.
For the Consideration of Sensible Feople
FIDDLING about is not the practieeofDr.MESECK.
He understands the disease at once and cures.
He hates long tampering around and long running
bilig, but sticks to an honorable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payments. Cases given up by
other Physicians are often cured by Dr. Mesbck
Office on Collegestreet, corner of Line.
iulyS-tf -.
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE .
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
At No. 16 Cedar street
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel, ' '
ec29-tf NashTille, Tenn.
" Tin Roofing. .
HAYING every facility in the way er workmen
and material to do first-rate work with despatch,
I will contract for Tinning roofs, either in the city
or country, at low rates, and in every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, Ac.
Also, Galvanized Iron Cornices, &c.,donein the best
manner. J.W.WILSON, .
. fobtj-t , Opposite Sewanee House.
E. MYEUS & CO.,
Wholesale Confectioners, -No.
52 Main St., Cincinnati, Om
TVTANCFACTCRERS of superior quality. Candies
J.VJL of all kinds, Gum Drops, Lozenges, Sugar Toys,
French Confectionary , Fancy Candy and Syrup. Also,
dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Sardines and Firo Works.
, marlO-6m - '
A. RIVA & CO.,
' - ' IMPORTERS 1
, Direct through the Custom-houseof Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain .Portugal, Germany and Italy;
: Harana Cigars, Olire Oil,
VEIXIICEIaIaI, s&C, sfcc
1 .' No. 30 North TIarket street, '
(Next door above the Watson House,) ".
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. '
WE have establisbeda bouse In this city for tbe
purpose of vending fine WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGAR3,iC-,&o., and keep constantly on hand sev
eral qualities of Wines and V randies, which have
never before been imported into this State. - -.
w. import our Goods direct, (one of our firm being
In Europe much of his time,) and PAY THE CCSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HEKEi a the city , wbichf act, we think , alone should
provetbatwe . .. , . .. . .
Cross Tics Wanted.
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wish tooontractfor 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
riES,9feetlong, Cinches thick, well hewn, to face
at narrowest place not less than 8 inches clear of
bark ;t irnber to be sound ; to be delivered atthegrade
line of the road in Nashville. -
' Thecon tractors wanttocontractf or 30, 000 Willi E
or POST-OAK TIES of the same sise as the above, to
be delivered on the line of tbe road in piles front
section 14 to section 21, enough on each section to
supply the same. '
Persons wishingto bid willdirect to the President
and Director, of the Nashville and North-westrn
RailroadComponyJ'i ash vlile, Tennessee. '.
l uly21-tf -
1 - ART GALLERY
Of American Portraiture. '
Corner of Union aud Collese Streets
THIS establishment, the moat extensive la the
Southweet,still continues te- be the resort of
the fashion and beauty of our country, which fully
endorse, tbe sentiments of thousands, tbati t lithe
grestEili'ORIl'JI for . -'':": ' 1
Pnotoyraphs! ' " : '"
.... Melainotypes!
and AmbrotjpesI
Atthishouse' pictures are warrant. 1 to pleaseor
so iharge will be made.. ..-". - -
We would. fpeciallyinvltethecommanityand onr
friends la general to visitour great Hall of Portrai
ture, wbere picture, ef the saoat oelebrated Slates
men and Divines can b. aeen, vis: His Excellency
President Buchanan, th. Vice President, His Excel
lency Gov. Johnson, Hon. Cava Johnson, A. Vv
Brown ,J. A..UcEwn,Epa. H -Foster, and a thous
and olbei s o foelei rity Bishops Pierce , Ka vanangh ,
Early , Payne, Bascooi;Soule .Andrews, sndRov.Dr
EJgar, Ao. , 4o. :'
CopiesofUtMbOT.osnks had at a ow prices
sny time. apri-tf, .
Wood, Eddy & Cosi ;
Delaware and Missouri State
EOTTEEIES;-
? f f 3
C KAN D. - , .i .
Capital riz.c S 100,000!
Wood, Eddy & Co., Managers.-.
The Managers' Offices are located at Wilmington, LVJ-
The following - -
Masniilcent ScUcnics
Will b drawn in public under the superintendence
of S. orn CommiEaion ers, appointed by the Gover
nor. - , . ; : ' .
WOOD, EDDY & CO'S LOTTERY:
Class No. 312, '
Draws on SsttordaT, Jane SOtli, IS 60.
78 Numbers 13 Drawn Ballot.- -
One Grand Prize of $100,000!-
lPriieof...
.50,000 1 188 Prises of. 600
.21,500 1 65 125
S
3
3
5 - 100
65 . ... 8J
65 . - ...0
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3,000
2,500
2,000
3
3
4,S1 . i
7,040 " 20
100 "
. 1,000 l
32,396 Prises amounting to . $lJSe,"a5
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY 3 TICKETS!
Whole Tickets $20;HalTes $10; Quarter. S5
Certificates of Packages in theaboVe Scheme" will "bo
sold at tbe following raiK ,ih ia ,k. JLi, . i
CerUllcate of Packa? e of 26 whole Tic. els s-99 00
" 2b quarter T4 T5
" " 2d eighth " 37 ST
Splendid ScUeme I .;,
. ; TO BE DRAWN : . ''
Eacli Wednesday lu June!
S!' rawa Wttesday, June 6, 18Ca
uuso xoi urnwa eanesaay, June 13 satL
Class 294 Draws Wednesday, Jane 20! 16C0
Class 30tf Draws Wednesday, June 27, 16C0.
AtALl UAH. fiilit TO EVERY TTTfk Trn-rn..,
78 Numbers13 2raicit Ballots,
One Capital lrtze of 3T,5O0!
15 Prises
227 .
65 " ,
65 -
.$400
. 300
. 100
TO
65
130
I 4.T45
SO
I 2T.040
... 20
... 10
S2;396Priei..
amounting to 589
WholeTickets $10; Halves 5;Qnarter $2
50
Certificates of packages in th itwi... c . .
drawn each Wednesday, will be sold T' . 8
rates, which is the risk. "tuefodowing
Certmcate of Package of 26 Whole Tickets.$149 60
26 Half
. T4 75
. 37 SI
26 Quarter
- "."u.i.i uiuuey toour addreso fn,
what yon wKhu purchase; name he uZ?i
which yottiah it invested. and -h.i. ." '.'?
Wholes, Halves or Quarter,, w recei,,. 1i
which we send what is ordered by JrS 1
gether with the scheme. "iu, to-
Immediatelyafier the drawing. a Printed rw..,.
certified to by the Commissionefs.wUlbVaent l .Z
an Explanation. ucrwuioesent,1ih
3- Purchasers will please write their sign.tnre
anTs"te " Bme UiriOM office ,couu
Allcommunieatlonsstrlctlyconfldential
SS-Allpnies of $1,000 ndunHo. ..n" -
S after t he drawing othe rpriseea tl ho usua k isa.
EurijiuajB.
0 - " ' '
Our Single Number Inir..:
Capllal Vrizc $50,000!
DRAW EVERY SATURDAY.
Whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters $2 Sfc
Orders for TickeU or CerUflmA. w. ..-...-
above Schemes to be directed to
WOOD, EDDY ft CO., Wilmington. Delaware "
or, WOOD, EDDY k CO. St. Louis, MaurL
w muBiuuif scnemes tor the month
will be sent free of expense by addreasiag as above.
a-The drawlairsor Wood . Kd.i v lb v.
are published in the New York Herald J New YtTk
Times and New Yorker Staats Zoitung.
aasa j a u mi -
ROYAL niYAiA LOTTEIsYT
TIIE next ordinary drawing or the Royal Havana
LottPry, conducted by tlie Spanish Government
under the supervision of the Captain General ot Cuba
will take place at Harana, oa
Saturday, August Sotli, 1SGO
SGO.ouo nm.i, t nu
EorteoKamere 641 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prlxeof....
I ....
1 ' ' ....
1 i '.i
M. ....
1 '"
$100 000 I 60 .....V 1 0M
60fiQO J 60 " 6t0
30,000 1 153 " " 4o0
20,060 20Approximation...800
iv,wv i
4 Approximations to the $100,000, of $600 each -4
of 400 to 60,000; 4 of 400 to 30,000; 4 of 400 to 20.
000; 4 of 400 to $10,000. - . - .
Whole Tickets $20; Halves $10
Quarter $5.
Priies cashed at shrht at 5 per cent discount.
Billson alJ solvent Bank, taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon s the result
becomes known.
JO All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
dressed to DON BODRIG CEZ, (care of City Post 1
Charleston, So. Ca. inay8-td
WALTON ':
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTEHTI
OF GEORGIA.
. CHARTiiED BY THE STATE IN 1858. ,
1IT n T rft . av
11. v. aaitsuir a, vu, iiiauuscr.
; MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA.
X O VEL 11 Cl U! i
POLICY PLAN LOTTERY!
' By this soheme purchasers can select their owa
Nuinbers,and pay any amountfora ticket tbey may
desire - - - -
Kxtra Class 2, Draws Oet. 3, 1859.'
: And on every saoceeding day (Sunday excepted)
at 6 o'clock, P. M. - '
aj-In tbisScheme.thereare 75 Nambers placed
in the Wheel from 1 up to 75 and twelve of the.
Numbers are drawn front the Wheel. If a person
selects one Number out of the 75, and that Number
Is among the Numbers drawn, he gets five times tbe
amount invested. If two nlrut nnmtwtr. .r.
drawn, he geUthirty for on;if three selected Num
bers are drawn, he gets two hundred for one; if four
selected Numbers are drawn, he gots a thousand lor
one; if five selected Numbers are drawn, five thous
and for one; if six selected Numbers are drawn, fif
teen thousand to one Remember, if two, or more,
selected Numbers are taken, and all of those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among the Tweive
Drawn Numbers, tbe Ticketis a Blank. -
f 1 mmmmmmm '4
U Onr Harana Plan Lotteriej
Draw Focb (4) Tucks a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever offered
For particulars, addres,
.. W C DAWSON ft CO .Managars,
, oct31 Xacon, and Savannah, Ua. .
. House-keeping Made Easy.
THE WHEAT CHEER YEAST CASES will always
insure good wholesome bread. Forllrenuyus
can get one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will mate 60
large love, of the beet bread.
500 CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
express. - Almost every family in town Las used it
For Spring cleaning it is invaluable for washing
Paint, Looking Glasses, Gilded Work, UarUle, Stiver
or Plated Ware.
RKVKI0-ERATORS. We havs sold s large lot at
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We bare
s large lot coming. They are warranted to give rat-'
isCaction, as they are not oniy tbe best bat are the
cheapest known. . -,
, aprl4-tf MACKENZIE ft KINCHIN. -
WATER COOLERS, &c. v
JCST received direct from the manufacturers and
for sale at lower prices than ever before lti is
tbis market. i
25 plain Water Coolers,
25 Porcelain lined do. , a
10 McDonald's Refrigerators . " , .
6 Schooley's Pateatdo. - - j
60 Masser'a 3 minute Freezers. ". .
2 Seamore's Pat. Freesers.
I slso make plain Ice Crcatn Freezers to order ot
any site. . -
HA Ti.,m If icrnti'iPgl r . w Ton FrBR Cub. X
and 2 auarta. .
80 dos. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing. -. i, - . .
' 40 dos.l quart GlassVruit Tars. . . . . .. .
Ice Picks and Hatchets. - -
' Sherry Mixers and Muddlers. - . .. -
10 dos. Plated Dippers.
doi.I-auEtig Whijis. .
J.W.WILSON, .
- ..Ill T ' " 17 fVkll.M air.t
Sit Lux et Lux Puit v.-
COAL OIL LAMPS
WEnav.Just received another supply of Coal OU '
Lsmtw, amticg which are some very handsome
pauerns fvr parlora, all sued withtheCuilms burner
which is th. last improvement and is unmeasurahlv
superior to any other Lams sow bfur ths pvbha
for wftaeas and steadiness of flame, freedom frura
moke, .impiieity in eonstrucuon , beauty and cle
ganoe in finuh,clean!ineasand economy. One Lamp
will give the lighter four candies and does not ooi.
as much ss one The Oil we have imported te barsT
is these Lampsi. s clear, beasttfulsrtic'e,i'xs. f rota
anyoa'ensivtt edor, leave, no g.eass spot wln aput
upon carpet or clothwg sad will Betexplo4.r
- itAJAS,BKOWN CO. a.
Wholesale ft Retail Drugirieis.No.l a Vnhiii-. mjulmw
fiashvuia lens -, . war ititr
FloarJ Ficur!
K( B5L8. Extr JasaUy tfpnr: 100 hags Extra
JJ Familv Floor, and aa ki.u
I " J k Uii HU . .VUC ,
jtutrsceivsd sad Ut sal. by .5
aT30-tf Ko.l4Sovaitarati.i.
1 Priteof....$l5,C09
2 " , 10,000
2 1,500
2 " 5,000
2 " 3,000 ;
.4 . " .... 1,600
15 " 1,000
15 " " 500

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