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No. 59, College Street, .
Are now receiving their stock of
Fall and Winter
And take pleasure in announcing to their
friends aod customer, and the trade general
ly, that they will hava a Btock of goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
We most respectfully invite all to an ex
aminatien of oar Goods, assuring all who
favor as with a call to give entire satisfac
We at present, invite particular attention
to oar excellent assortment of
YJJLVZT ROBES, with. Flounces, eery rick;
RslTJJiZ SILK, (in colors,) something entirely
SOLID COLORED 1SILX, in plain colon and 0
CHECKED SILKS 4
OTTOKAX tATTB, Nw article;
OSMA2TIJ POPLINS, -nd
ALES CIA EOBZS.
f Onr Lace department is unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Point A'Gnille Sets,
Point de Angleterre Sets,!
Point de AlencoifSets.
White and Colored Tarleton,
Curtain Damask, and
A fall assortment of the various ptyles of
French, English and American Prints ;
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Sheet
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
Goods for Bo j's Wear.
! PLANTATION GOODS.
We call particular attention to onr large
aad excellent assortment of a .
IleaiT Goods for Kegroes
Tennessee Track for Trowsere,
. ' Heavy Blankets.
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ALt AND WINTER
E are now receiving and opening a large and
lected stock ofSTArUt AAU Awi a ,
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, .
" , TRIMMINGS, Ac, .
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS, -'i
Negro extra size Hud BooU, and fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Caps, and large fctock of Variety Goods,
Threads of all kinds, and Yankee Notions, ., Ac.
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown Domestics, Plaid Llnsrys, printed and plain; all
wod Delains and Cashmere, Colored Silks, Black Silks,
Poplins, Itebages, French Merinos, English and German
Merinos, Printed American DeLaines, Ribbons, Trim
mings, White goods, Embroideries, Laces; a large
stock of wnite, yellow, rea ana gray lanneis; iiotns,
Cassimers, Sattinelts, Jeans, Seal Skin and Beaver
Clothe: Over Coatings; a large stock or bhirts, Skirts
Fronts, Shirt Collars. Suspenders, Gloves, Hone and
nail nose oi every una, sc., uc.
A large and well assorted stock of superne
Consisting of Over Coats. Business Coats, Fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats Pants and Vests, Under Shirts
ana urawers. A lull line of Clothes now in store, just
ALSO, 560 cases of Shoes, Boots and Brogans, Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, and Infant Shoes. This stock
is unusually large, and will be Sold under any body
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large stock of
Velvet and Brnssels Carpeting, 3 and 2 ply half wool
ana au coiion carpeting, Dutcii ana scotch Carpeting,
w uica wiu oe soia cneap.
Knives and Forks,
Saws, Angers, Giiabieta. Door Locks, Pad Locks, Blaek
uaua, nucuug, iuns ana uus cajis, sc., cneap.
We nnwiUinglr acknowledee that we have the larg
est stock of every description of Goods in the city of
a&uviue, ana au we nave 10 say, is tnat we intend TO
ux ititM. uur nouse fcHAU. be the bead Quarters
for cTsh and short time oromot buvers onlv. There is
a Cash and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods in this city, and we intend to sell to that Trade
exclusively; and we say to casb and prompt time buy
era call and examine our
LARGE AXD EXTEXSIVE STOCK
Before you buy, be Sure.
EDWARD TRABUE 4 W. H. LUCCS,
Xo. 73 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHUJM Bookseller and Cashier:
UEO. W. KoKVEIX, Entry, Bill Clerk and Salesman;
JAMHt 15- imihuIj, salesman; .
W. RAYMOND, do;
HARDEN P. BOSTICK, do; last but not least
by a good deal.
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all tunes and especially those who purchase for cash
and par their notes when due.
aug3-tf TRABCE & LCCCS.
X. W. SOrTBWKTB,
UKO. H. TBAYKK.
Importers rand Jobbers in
Foreign and Domestic
NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE,
HAVE on hand and tor sale at the lowest market
prices, noon liberal terms, the largest and the
best assorted Stork of Fancy and Staple Dry Goods we
ever offered to the trade, viz:
Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia Truck for Trows
Lake Shore Jeans, Flannels, Plaid Linseys, Tweeds,
Jeans and Satinets;
Jegro Kerseys, unsey ana nagging; j
Plantation Piaias and Stripra;
Shirting, Sheeting and Ounaburgs; .
Bed Ticks, Checks and Prills;
Blankets of all kinds;
Cloths and Cassimeres ;
Ladies' Dress Goods;
Prints and Gnghams:
Unen and White Goods;
Embroideries and Laces;
Hosiery and Gloves J
Thread, Buttons, ic, 4c.
a. W. SOCTHWOETH,
GEO. H. THATKK.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in
: . AO. S3 PVBUC SQUARE,
HAVE now in store a splendid stock of Ready-Made
Clething, of the best makes and qualities.
A. W. SOrTHWORTB,
GEO. H. IBAYKX.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholeeala in - -
Ilats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas
XO. 63 PVBL19 SQVARZ,
HAVE on hand a large stock of the latest and meet
fasnionable Hats, Cass and Bonnets. Also, .I'roJ
brellas and Carpet Bags.
A. W. SOCLHWOKTH,
so. a. nATKK.
DOUGLAS & C0
Dealers at Wholesale in
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Writing and Wrapping Paper,
JVO- S3 PUBLIC SQUARE, "
NaeliTille, 1 ennessee, 4 -'
HAVLNG refused to enter the various Eastern Mar
kets tht awoa unld the reductiua had been yield
ed ob Ih July price of Goods, the abatement lima se
enred, connected with th. handsuma discounts obtained
for cash payments, raiders our atock the cheaptat we
ver ottered fur sale. -
- We too.always make liberal discounts to buyers pay
nrccashatdaleorpurchaae. H e uvtte the particular attention of the trade to thai
Cress Steelt ! MercLtaudlaeeoadmurably
A rilAl lit I tim aaraiailai nf lha iirnuin.4 mo
I We are free buTttrs fur saahof Feaihen.Gmsenpt
E. C. M'MRY & CO
HATE ON' HAND
OXE HUNDRED ROLLS 6sT
COLORED AND WHIT
An tTn usllaiy-. jai-ge stock of
. 'piinpLudaxd striped'
,ur """""i wuicu uey. will soil very low by the
piece. , -. , -
J9- Persons not yet supplied will consult their inter
est by examining these goods, as we ass Miumm to
CLOSE THEM OCT. '
R. C. IdcNAIBY & CO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST
Those not yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GETf
It. C. McNAIRY & CO,
July 23 if NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SNYDER & PKIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do Sole Leather do;
do "Cabinet" do; (a new article,) .
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do do do ' do Valises, (Ashland and other
styles 0 which they are o Hiring at very reduced
rates, tail at rvo. 21 rublic square.
VANS & CO.
No, 1 Nashville Inn Block
receipt of their Fall Stock of Foreign and Do-
Varieties and Clothing
Boots,Siioes, Hats, Bonnets, &c.
To which they invite the attention of the Trade.
VVM. S. EAK1N & CO.,
. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
KtlUV-.llAUt tLUliIl.XU, UKlLliCS, aU,
No. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,
h a n v n-wm www m w ww wmtn wrawawniwtvnn I n
IX7E invite the special attention of the trade to our
f V Large and well assorted stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which we will sell Low for rash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. s. i-Att-i. iu.
Dry Goods and Carpet More(
JOHN SHILLITO & CO.
Nos. 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth street,
Importers of " -
Dry Goods and Cavnetlng,
Are now opening am rtonsire and complete assortment
of Foreign and American DRY GOODS, CAKPKilNos,
FLOUR OIL CLOTHS, kc, Ac.
Fam ilies , Hotel Keepers , Steamboat Owners , and Pur
chasers generally, may depend upon nnaing we nest
class of Goods, at prices as low as they can be purchas
ed in the Eastern Cities. - aept4-3w
I 8 6 0.
W. t. FOSTER,
wm. a. jOHjraoi,
Latt with A tliton , Andtrtcm & Co.
PORTER, JOHNSOX & CO.
SCGCIBSOBS TO 8ACTLET, PORTXB CO.,
Eielnsiie Wholesale alen in .
. NJPuDlic Square,
NASHVILLE, : : : : : TENNESSEE.
WE are now receiving and opening one of the
largest an I most desirable Stock of Goods in our
line ever offered to the trade in this market.
Our Goods eomi&g from Manufacturers' hands direct,
and upon the best possible terms, we most respectfully
invite an examination or our stock by the trade visit
ing this market, before making their purchases, as we
feel confident we can promote their interest by giving
us a can.
PORTER, JOHNSON & CO.
sept21-till nov 1
KEW FALtla GOODS. -.
Allison, Anderson & Co
rMPOBTKBS AD WHOLBSAIJC DIA1EBS DT
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Ready -Made Clothing,
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
AashTille, : : : : Tennessee. ,
WE are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale one of the moat
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel, confident we can
promote their interest by giving as a cail.
augZC-Zm ALLISON, ANDEKSOX SC CO. '
DeForst, - mstrong & Co,
DRY GOODS LLEECHAKTS,
80 ft 82 CHAMBERS ST., XXW YORK.
WOULD notify the Trade that they are opening
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns,
The' W&msutta Prints,
' ALSO , ;
"iTTlie Amoskeag.1i 1
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Country
for perfection of execution and design In full Madder
Colors. Our Prints are cheaper than any in the market
and meeting with extensive sale. j
Orders promptly attenaea to. J; J
apr4-deowly - ' ' ,
WHOLESALE DBY GOODS.
- Hats, BooU Shoes, Beady Made ClUKtng '
' '- Bardwart, Queemsware, dc, ttc.
TRABUE & W. D. LUCAS,
- Vo. 73 FaUio Square.' ;
W will sen every desartptioa or w mter uooos at
low figures to close out as near as possible betere
receiving our Spring Stock- Our Mr. JX'CAS is now in
the Eastern cities soliciting consignments ana purcnaa
tag job lota for cash and short tims paper, and we
promise our customers ana atercuaau, uuu.uk incir
nurrJuaea la this market, that Our stock will be large
and attractive, and we pledge ourselves that eur house
oall be bead quarters for good baifnins for cash and
abort, prompt paper.
janill tr ifjiw. m
Tempest's Sto e Jars
finer Krcada an others.
European Ue&t? '
: ' Ot. 2Stitctf
Kdii'M! From Paris.
"-J -vbu UUCCI,
uS. neceeaity of giving to the public of the United
' tT"' rmllo" ana not expensive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret charao
ler, has induced Dr. Sanson tor several years known
is this city as the most successful practitioner in
cms ui auecwos 1 10 extend bis sojonra in New York
for another year. . "
avle may therefore be consulted at hja convenient lo-
uwu, -va ciiuAuwAi," ana wui conunae to keep
on hand his own and Dr. Bieord's preparations such as
Ftor del Ccayali, ($2 per botUe) against Seminal
losses and Debility from evnesaes or self -abuse, the
hnrt nnuwlv. hum w, dimn. - '
His Preventive against Infection, SI per bottlel
' Kicord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal Diseases,
one box sufficient to core any case, $2 per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy cures that disagreeable af
fliction in 2 few days, $2.
Best French Male Safes imported by himself at S
All his French and Spanish Remedies for Affections
or Ladies will bo sent with a circular containing ae-
uuyur win, u a w a lew reucn Physicians
At his Institute there are eight room Drovided for
the reception of Ladies and Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
He is under the necessity of notifying the public
- w - " uiKuteai wnneciioa witn nis out
vumxt, mi ai oroaaway, ana Wat an imposter is copy
ing verbally his advertisements.
- xne Doctor new place is 704 Broadwav, above
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York Ho
tel, where he can be consulted in Enelisb. German.
Letters should be addressed to Box 5576. P. O
York. : . ,
- Cholera, Flax, Dsenterr. .
TVjO family should be without the Dysentery Syrup
ninise. vuiiaren are aymg- daily rrom
Bowel Complaint, which tUid remedy would promptly
Debility from Ileat.
While the Therm ometor ranges over 90 In the shade,
the Graefenberg HEALTH BITTERS, which cost 2 eta.
a package, makes tha best strengthening Tonic in the
world. For 25 cents you can make half a gallon of those
uouvu giving oiiiers, wnicn ski ue appetite, givepow
erto the constitution, regulate the bowels, and eonquors
general ueDiiuy. aovis tne season ror tner use. -.
julyl-tr MACKENZIE k M IN CHIN.
So Time to Wait for the Doctor! .
A BOUT these times all children will eat zreet fruit.
I. At any moment of day or night they are liable to
be attacked by Cnolera Morbus: Oysen terry or Diar
rhea. . No time then to send for a Doctor. The Graef
enberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves all such
cases. No family ought to be without it it in the house.
Its promptness has saved thousands of valuable lives
in Tennessee in the past tew years.- only 50 cents
bottle enough for a whole family for a whole season.
A rresn lot just received. ' "
mayl5-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCHDf.
HOW .LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Jutt Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE. TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption and
Mental and rnysicai ix-ouny.
Br ROB. J. CCLVERWELL, M. D-,
The important (act that the awful consequences of
sell-abuse may be enectuauy removea wiwoui internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in.
struments. medicated bougies, and other empirical de-
Vices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated anther fully explained. By means 01 wnicn
every one is enabled to cure himself pertectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. , This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.' - - - -
Sent under seal to any address. rosr-rAin, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 480 First Avenue, New York, Post Box
m r. 1 1 -a n a 1 1 1 l IA1
4,050. juiyi-uw tui apru 9 ox
One of the most 'popular and . beneTolent i
Institutions is ; :
Medical ..H Ispensavy
AND ' .: : ul ;
ON DEADER1CK STREET, ;
THE Doctor himself is an old Parctitioner, from the
old and this country, being already 15 years in
America, having manfully and honorably surmounLep
all the trials of the new world, and battled and con
quered death of the whole range of diseases of our dif
ferent climates, South and North, so that the fame of
bis success in tne treatment oi general ana private
diseases is indisputable for which he has the most re
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in general,
by being entrusted witn aesperaie cases, ior to illus
trate his skill. He is conversant with the "American.
French and German Languages, and always ready to
tender his advice and services with politeness, consci-
entousnees and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and med
icines by consulting him through letters, inclosing a
fee, to post-omce box ro. aao. , .
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended the use or
I1.S. SWEET S
MEDICATED SO A P
Fr DUCES us to call the attention of all those afflicted
with Piles to it. It is being tested daily with the
most beneficial effects. It is the only preparation that
can be relied on for a permanent and speedy cure. If
you are afflicted try it at once, and be careful to use no
other medicine in connection who 11 . us cumpounuea
under the supervision of L. N. SWEET who will return
the monev if no cure proceeds from its use.
K2- For sale at Demoville's and Degrove's, and by
ether Druggists. - , I junelB-tr
A. II. ROSCOB & CO.,:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DETJGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets, '
TTTE are prepared to execute orders for Drugs
v V and ITIedlelnes ana an articles penain
inctothe Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price. '
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article of as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put dp that is of
a doubtfulor sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medici nes .and we. therefore . invite yon to examine
our slock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show jou inducements seldom offered In thit- or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
KoaDS and xouet Articles, w nite ieaa, unseea uu.
Turpentine vtuii, win-r ana wines ior meai
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS it
HOOPER is again open, and lb large stock of
Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at j
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business ot tne nrm. -
J. M. HCDDLESTTOf. Receiver.
s Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by experiencea rreecriptionisis. "
Mf l' . IIUpI VI LUJUIC 1UU1 VI OUJk, AJWMi
Gmtr ham and plain Cotton some extra large and
others small for Summer use. .
apr6-tf . . J.ELMcGlLL. .
Underwear. : "" "
ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of Gauze
Silk. Gause Merino, Cashmere, Linen, Liale Thread,
jacconet and cotton, receive ana ior saie vy
aprd-tf J. H. mouixa.
, . r. 1000 Dozen Frnit Jars.
250 dozen t quart Class Jars, Screw Tap.
2oo - J a . , . :
200 " I Tempest Stone Jars. ,
125 M.- 1 :: ...i..i ' 4
25 1 u Flint Glass Jars. ' - " ' ,
200 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.'
Aug21-tf Far sale by . J. W. WILSON.
; Fruit Jars.
TCST received by Railroad, 200 dozes 2 quart Glass
fJ nm Jars; , .v-Jn i.
150 dozen 1 qaart Glass Frnit Jars; '
190 " 1 and 2 auart Yellow Fruit Jul-. .
' ' 1 - . i .'; ill
Apple Pearerf. t '
DOZES; best kind. - fc t
Ice Cream. ' Freezers.
f rv ASSORTED sizes Masse rs Five Minute Freezers.
UU For sale by : - . - J. W. WTLSON,
July24 So. IT College street.
; Jnst received by M. A Parrish k
)AA BAGS Crushed Corn;
iiKjXJ 100 bags Family Meal;
:. :- 360 bags White Meal Corn.
aprlS-tf :. ,
riiASSER'S OIL, Sperm OU. Lard Oil, Coal Oil, Lin-
.A- srvU VfU, IUT B4UO ew '
" fob25-tf .; v. 3 (BAINS. BROWS at CQ.'S
; a -i -v Coal Oil Lamps.
C DOZES Coal Oil Lamps, of various styles, fitted
vl with the celebrated CoUias Burner, jt sale by
RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
t Extra Fine Teas.
OF all the favorite breads Ne Pins Ultra, Gna Pow
der, Silver Leaf, Young Hyson, Howque Mixtures,
Imperial and Black. For sale by
aprCl-tf - - EATSS, BROWS CO.
DOZES riower Pots, assorted sixes, for sale
' or - - . - tAi3. B&Ur) a w.
apr21-4f ' : '' " 1 -
:v:.v : ; . Coal on - :
5 BBLS. COAL OIL, a very superior article, Jnss re
ceived and for asie by
MJUism, BKUWM .
. a. asowsr.
, a, j. jsoorva. ,, .
. ' ' ! . ' " FOBWARDLNa AND "
AND DEALERS IN
F0BE1Q ; 1XD I02ESTIC IIQUCSS; TOBAC-
If 6 and 8 SImrket atreiet, .
XasUvllle. . Tennessee.
Whiskies, Brandies, Wines, etc. '
J E have )a store and for sale cheap to the trade
tl25 bb&. Jo. 'Newsom's celebrated Whisky. - '
- o bbte.Otd Boorboa Whisky. -
. , 75 bbta. Old Rye a prime article
' 15 bbls. Old Rye warranted pure. .
. 85 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky. ' ' " '
,, 45 half barrels Cherry Brandy. V
' 5 quarter bbls. cWiry Brandy. '
30 quarter bbls. Gmger Brandy. ' ' " "
.10 bbls. pure Robertson County Wbifcky-,-'
' 4 bbls. purs Apple Brandy. .
25 quarter casks Holland Gin. 1 '
75 bbls. American Brandy.- '
IS bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine. . ' ' ? '
-WRh Cognac, Catawba Brandy, tc. ' - 7 -.
an-tf - jnZELL, HOOPER k CO.
, Coal Ollt...: Coal O il ! t
J..K. If INLAY & CO.'S ;
PBEIIIULI 3 GOAL OIL.
.- . Manufactured in St. Louis, Mo. .
r I mils Oil is almost colorlees clear as the pnrest
X Spring Water deorderized does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimney the best Oil made in the
East or West, and took the first premium at the last
St. Louis Fair. One trial is all it needs to recommend
it to general use. We have received a supnlv of this
superior Oil, which we are offering to the trade by the
barrel only at manuacturers' price.
.. . JCZELL, HOOPER & CO.; "
- aprll-tf . - - ; Kos. 6 and 8 Market St.
H, E are in receipt of a shipment of the fines
v V Coffee ever received in Nashville, which we ar
ouermg u uie iraue at a low ngure.
AagB-tr. ' MIZELL, HOOPER s CO.
Hungaiian Grass Seed.
TUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500 busb
al els superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has
been selected with great care, and was raised in the
nurtuern portion 01. aiissoun n tree irom airt ana an
apr.l-tf U , . MEELL, HOOPER & CO.
..tons B. AXDKK30.
CDURCR, ANDERSON: &
No. 50 College street, '
nnil BUSHELS of A No. l Oatsjust received
lv1U and for sale by .
mai-22-tr .... CHURCH, ANDERSON & CO.
'1 - - . -t z
Hungarian Grass Seed.
TT7E have on hand a large quantity of the heal
V V - Hungarian Grass Seed wnicn we are selling low.
mar2-tr church, andeksoa & co.
- Tar! Tar! . '
VTTE have just received a large lot of TAR, and are
V onermg it at me lowest ngure. - r
mar2-tf CHURCH, ANDERSON &, CO.
. W li ky :. ! . Wnisliy I Whisky !
T7TE have in store a large quantity of the best of
v v all kinds ot the purest w HiaiKV. All ye lovers
ox tne essence or corn give us a passing call.
marZ-ir CHLKCH, ANDEKSO.N & CO.
Auction and : Commission Ca
TO SOUTHERN MERCHANTS AND DEALERS;
THE subscribers have opened a large and extensive
house for the transaction of a strictly COMMIS
SION BUSINESS AND GENERAL AGENCY, with
rangements for the constant reception of all kinds of
Goods, Wares, Merchandize and Manufactures m the
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 or our
consignments are from manufactures, first hands, or
those forced to sell to raise funds. Keep m view that ' the
money is made in the purchase.' - Orders faithfully at-
tenaea to wnen accompanied oy tne casn. -
BtJ. i. SHl EL1K & CO.,
...4- Central Stores, No. 27 and 29 College sL,
feb8-tf . Nashville, Tenn.
IV IV A; & CO .;
IMPORTERS . -
Direct through the Custom-house of Nashville.
. j . AND DEALERS IN . ' . ; ,
Wines. Brandies, &c. ,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy i
HaTana -Cigars, Olive Oil, -
T ermlcllli ,e&c. , & .
No. SO Nortli Market street,
'.A.-.:- 5'est door above the Watson House ,7 -i'
ASH VI LLE, TE NNESSEE.
WE have established a house in this citv- for the
purpose of vending fine WLNES. BRANDIES.
CIGARS, Ac, &c., and keep constantly on hand sever
al qualities of Wines and Brandies, which have never
Deiore oeen imported into mis state. t .
We impprt our Goods direct, (one of our firm being
in Europe much of his time,) and PAY" THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTUiS ON ALL THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HERE in the city, which fact, we think, alone should
prove tnat we nave imponea gooas.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
WHOLESALE DEALER '
IN ALL i. or
GRAIN AM PRODUCE,
Southern orders will be
filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price.
- ' Aug21-6m
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Commissi au Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Cherry sts., '
RESPECTFULLY solicits consignments of Merchan
dise of all classes. Satisfaction given to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. : Consignees
of goods to this market wili find my auction sooms well
fitted up, and the goods will be sold without delay and
the money paid over forth with. , .' '
' N. B. -No (foods bought or sold on my own account.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on con
signments. . . -1 .. ... ,. i ' ' BsarSS .
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad.
NaslaTille to Clarksville, II op-
kinsTille, RussellTille, &c.
-J ' CHANGE OF TIME, .
' Commencing MONDAY, September 21th , 1860. . -
.i ; . j. ,., . , GOING NORTHJ s . -
Leave Nashville at 8:30 A a. and 12 30 r. M. -
Arrive at Clarksville 10 10 a. M. and 4:40 r. at
1 v 1 .- i : GOING SOUTH. ; : : ' '
' Leave Clarksville at 420 a. m. and 3 p. X.
Arrive at Nashville 80 a. a. and 0:45 r. at. -
The morning train from Nashville connects at Tait
Station, near titate line, with giaughtu a Co.'s d&iT
line of four horse coaches for Hopklnsville, Ky.. via?
Trenton, Pembrake, kc
rrom nopxinsviiie stages leave ior coiumbus. ar..
Paducah, Smithland, Eddyville and Henderson.
The avening train from Nashville makes close con
nection -at State Line with train of Memphis Branch
Railroad to RutsetlvUle, Bowling Green ,kc. ' . ,:
are irom asnvuie 10 Henaersua 00.
aept20-tf . Chief Engineer! KsKBB.
JOHS SCOTT. CLK0AX SCOTT. WOJXUt C. SCOTT
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
NO. LOCUST STREET, ' " '. r'"'
. : -.- : St. Loui'Mo.;'
TTTE woaM invite the attention of our friends to the
V V fact that there has never been any change in the
style of oar firm, and that there is so probability of
being any . - ects-sm
A -Card to Families. v
WE haw oa sale a fine Brett Carriage, second hand ;
One Phaeton Carriage, iew:Oae superb Barouche,
second hand; One large Family Carriage,' second hand ;
Fins second hand Piano, good make. Ail of which
will be sold very cheap, to elose. by (
B(.J. F. BHUUH St CU.. ;
aept20-tf v Geotral Auction Rooms, 27 College sU
I have this day. associated with me to the Bona
business, MiU J- 6. RUTLAND and MIL JNO. EAST-
KashvUle, Sept 1, 1860.
J - F. HAGAN.
r. HAOAS',) 11 tIEIUia,;
- ari ijb . -sv. r n
I BOOK : SEllEES ; ISD : STATIOXERS,
41 Colleea Street,
Z '-.T. Nash? iUe, Tenn!
DR. F, lOJEFFNER,
Physician ana sursen,
No. 23 (np stairs) Cedar ft, Nashville, Tenn.
Office hoars ontd OA. It., between 1 aad P, la-, and
reea 1 sad tr.K. , , , - - r
- Herina ft IJnnie. Philadelphia, Pa..
and Dr.. Caspari k. Koehicr, LouisvUle, Ky. ,-
rTIHE CopartBershlp heretofore existing under the
X style of towards, Gukeson Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkson retir
ing from the 8rin.F" , - . .-
-Jal'-t&. -: " -iO.- KDWARDs,
. .. , , J. K. GILKF-sJON, 3? .
- - ' 8. P. EDWABDS4. -5 k
JO. EDWARDS. . T. B. BAKBIS. S. t. KDWAii) .
ED WARDS, JllRRIS & CO.,
' - SfCCEESORS TO EIWAKUS, CIIiZR.'V 4 CO. J ,
" ... WILL CONTIMTE THE " '
"; W Uolesalc " ilroeei'y .
FORWARDING AXI) COHEISIOX Bl'sfxESS '
At the old stand, corner of Grtltge ad Church sts.
July 16ur-. . ' ,
. , Wi A. JOilA SON CO.,
" - " AND . ,. s
' Consniissiou Merchai
..carondklejstkkst...- ; .;.,;-.27
a. r, AKViNs.
- KilJKl'ATIUCK & C(.
COSMISSiOV i lOIlWARDiSC' 'SEKCflAMJ,
'. .; No. 27 atciii:js stbeet, ' "
(rMween Magazine audCampj)
1 !" ,,-"fKBW'BLASS, I. A.
u7 tl : - -
K. r, TVIa.
KERKP ATHIC K & CO.,
COHMISSJOX & FCRWAKDIXG JiEKrUASTS,
NO. 27 NATCHEZ STRiXT,
v Between Magazine and Camp,)
' Neiv Orlean?, L.a.
nov-U j ......
CLARK, GREGORY & CO.,
... . SOLE PROPRIETOKS OF
' CLARK & FUL.LE11'S
To whom all orders must be addressed.
Agency of all tne Standard Patent Medicines
', Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream, Cccoannt
21 College Street, Opposite Sewanee Boose,
Nashville, Tenn. "
mar22-tf ' ' .'
MORE IVEGU0ES LV A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OK THOSE FINE
Among wbich may be found evcrv SHADE of the
A very large n$iorlment of . :
to wholesale, at 44 Union street. i '
apr-4f : J. W. LAXGLEY.
::.v X. O 15 A ) C O
, TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT
WV U O Lt S A 1a Y
TJANGLNG Irom thirteen cents to one collar per
-A.l pound, purcnased with a vtew to .
: HARD TIMES,
And Will be sold with the same '-hideous monster,"
full view.' - - -
Also, a much larger stock of
: Cigars, Snuff, Pipes, &c,
Than can be shown by anv other hou.se in the State.
All of wbich wili be lwwer than can be boutrht else
where in the city.
J. W. LAXGLEY,
.. 44 Union street
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
Cot to si Fa c.tors,
5t 7 ....... CAKON DI LET STR EET, 27
. New Orleans, Ia.
se)i4-tf . '
The Largest Stock of
x Ever Shipped to Nashville.
JS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
every possible grade, at much lower thru res than tor
ten Jcotb ust. -
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, are invited to
STOCK AN T3 PRICES.
As I promise them bargains such as tliev have not had
for TEN YEARS. .- J. W. LANULEY,
No. 44 Union street.
E have upwards of 00 Heating tloves for Coal
vv or wood, ol all styles and sizes.
PARLOR STOVES, ' '
. OFFICE STOVES, ' "
V: C1IURCII STOVES
GAS AND SMOKE BURNING STOVES,
SEVEN AND TEN Pi LATE STOVES,
All of which we will sell at cost (with freight added)
rcash. 1 MAi kl. miv. mvr '
8ept23-tf " No 6 Cjlletfe Street.
Cants and Umbrellas.
A FINE lot received to-day and a variety of Combs
Brushes. Porte M,ni,- ,
rw-; ' ... ... -,.T' .T.--'"-.
iiucuio uutz, uu ouiiuig at low rates.
bcu-u .. - J. H. McGILL
Ground Feed for Stock.
A aaaitional sujiply just received and for sale
-a- oy iL.NJ. SH1KLI r CO..
27 College street. :
Tempest's Fru ars.
II J have on hand several ; ' ; ' dosn Quarts
, w uiu aau viauous Ol lliofS . IN fruit, Jra
ine simplest, cueapest and best anieleyi-t invented for
uic prcscrvauou ui f run aua egutables. '
, Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries 1
Tempest '8 Jars preserve Blackberries !
TemKsst'8 Jars preserve 1'io Plant I
' ' Tempest '8 Jars preserve Peaches 1
, Tempest's Jars preserve Plums J
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces I
' Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries I
Tenipect's Jars preserve Tonuttoe4 1
We have a full suddIv of Arthur- ata
Tin Jars of all sizes. - - . '
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jar, nil frit n-liinh
ne are onering at cost price, as we feel atsured that
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supercede all others.
MACKENZIE A MINCIIIN.
DU.JOIIvV. 31011TON. ,
Eea ence; Cor. Cfieko and "Watkins' Avenne
" (PORJtEKLT UXS STRMrr J ':
tOKUCE NO. 63 &TTH CHERRY 3TP.EET. 1
Jau27-tf . , v , . - .
; Selected Lump Coal. . '
THE Onest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at the vtna Yard, wherx it is .Id at the low
price of 21 cents per bimhel. Drop your orders in Box
No. 64 V. O., and they will be irountlv attended to
' ' SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
tttO-SX - ' y Yard back of N. A C. E. B. Depot..
, - ART GALLERY
Of American Portraiture. .
Corners f -Union and College Streets.
THIS establishment, the most extensive In the South
west, still continues to be the resort oi thefaaiihm
and beauty of our country, which fully endorses the
sentiments of thousands, that It is the great - EMPO-
lUL'H IDT - . -i ' ' ,
luitocrrnnlit! : i
l , ... ' itieiainntypes!
,:..i-t i,s and -Anibrotj'pes!
At this house all ' p Mures are w arranted to please or
no charge will be made, i -..(. . -. ,: ; . - .
-; would esnaciallv invite thecommanity and our
frieniiS in general U visit our great Hail f Portraiture,
where pictures of the most celebrated Slatcsmeu and
Divines can be seen, vis: His Excellency President
Buchanan, the Vice President,. His Exotiiency jRov.
Joima, Hon, Cave Johnson, A. V. Brown, J. A. Mc
Ewing, Kph. IL Foster, and a thousand 'others of cole
briety Bishops Pierce. Kavanaugb, livrly, Payne,
Bescom, Soule, Andrews', anJ Rev. Dr. Edgar, Ac, Ac
Copies of the above can had at a low price at any
time. : , , . . vi . . , .-... ; I aprl3-tf. ;
a. .'truss. n ' " Gt ir HrrcaisGJ
; ' LYLES & H1TCHINGS,
Jt ."r'..r: Ka. S3. tJedax rtreet
TiXasUvlllc. 'Venues ec,
TT7TLL at all times buy Negroes snitable for tha Ne
f v .OrlFane market. AU person, having Negroes to
sell will please give us a caiL
juij-21-tf ..',,.. . XYixs k nrrcHiNca.
; 'Vt,Dissecti g Instrnmentse
A.- LABGE stock of DISsECTI N"G " INgTRUMENTB
manufactured by Tieman, ot New Ynrk, Just re
ceived and for sale by BAIX, BKotVN ti CO.
ectl-tf - - s r.
. ; JDicbln's New liook, :
SHORT CT0SIE3, Just reoeived;and for sal by
LtO uls v 11 le ana as Ivy I lie
' U II A ft OE OF TI31E.
T ogiJE?prM Passenger Trains between
TV m . .-W'tillc' making close eonnectioBS
at LouisvUle fcr kew York, Btton. Philadeiphia. BU
timorWainfton City, BuflUio, Niagara FalU, Cleve
land, CiDcinuati, St. Louh and the Far W,t. ' - --
mUowY: m J , 1SS0, trains will
First train, Man, leaves Nashville at 5-00 A V dai!vf
by a flag and arriving m Louisville at 1 -40 P M Be
turning leaves Lot, villa t 6:10 A. M. , stopping as
above, and arriving in Nashville at 2 15 P M
Second train, Express, leaves NaahvUieat SiO P M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville h;iv
(Sunday raceptd) at 4:30 P. M., and irtS'
Utin at :10 P. M. Returning leaves GaStof7in;
M. . and arrives in Nashville :io A. M.
Through tickets on sale at, the Depot Tor all corals
North, Last and West, with a choice of the rnaiid
lerent rouua. -
' J- B. ANTERSOV, Siiirintendent.
A. J. Fnoo, General Ticket Ascnt.
, julylO-du:., Jl . . .
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
i- . v. . - E
ON andaOer MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10th, 160. the
Morning Tram, going South, will have Nashvnla
at 5:15 A, W., instead of 4:15.
Through Tickets given to Decatof , Grand Junction,
and Memphis. Only seven miles Staging
The time from Nashville to Decatur, Grand Junc
tion, and Memphis will be 1 hour and IS minutes less
than by any other route. - , ,
Bettirning, the Train from Memphis. Grind junction
and Decatur, will arrive at NashviUeat 4 P.M., one
hour tenner than by any other P.oad. r . ;
- ' , ' v "W. O N. PERKINS,"
septa -tf .... Superintendent.
' The Evcnicg Train will leave at 3 o'clock, P. M.. a
hsrotofore. .. - - -J
.VashFille and Chattanooga R.K.
Change of Schedule.
ON AXD AFTE i
Sunday next, April 29, lSGO,
PasseDger Trains will run as follows:
" GOING EAST.
Leave Nashville at 4 A. a. and 3 r. x.
Arrive at Chattanooga lit) p. a. and 1:45 A. v. '
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 A. M. and !30r.i.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 r. a. and 8 a. a.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City, Kichmoud, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knoxville,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson, with Trains on
Memihis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Gtorgia and West
ern and Atlantic Railroads. - .
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the foliowiug
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, S. C.
E. T. & a. route,
" " Savannah
Holly Springs, Miss.,
E. W. COLE, Suierintendent.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Boaas below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. No tit-lav lo freights
by this route. K. W." COLE,.
Charleston and Savannah
K ti V Y li 1 i K H
Eaits Eedutfd and Speed Inereased. -
TXl'RISS Freirfit Trains on all the roads.
I J after the
24ih of December, lso9, through rates
from New York te Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds. . . .
SecondClass, " " ....
Third Class, " " .. ..
Fourth Class, " " ....
... 1 35
Hats, Caps and Bonnets...
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half aud four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
iiucrveuu.B j--' .wve variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday um
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad on
delivery. C. W. ANDERSON.
dec23-tf . ' "
Freight lo New York and FMIadelpliia
ON .'; .
Cotton and V lour,
- ' VIA. : '
. CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of uot more than 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option aud expiree of stea
mers when compressed, it can bo freighted from New
York to foreign ports at to 2 16 less than cotton not
- Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf ' - : , General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST-!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Utile Miami and Columbus and
Xenla and .
fIX'TI, IIAHIhTOS & DITTOS
.From C1XC1SNATI to
Boston in 32 hours.
New York In 30 hours. :
Baltimore in 24 '.' hours. '
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Plttburg in 12i hours.' -Steubensville
in 10 hours.
Zanesville in 6 hours.
Toledft in 9i hours. -
Philadelphia in 26 hourF.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland hi 8tf hours.
Wheeland in i Hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
Sauduskv hi 10 hours.
Detroit in 12 i hours.
Throngh Trains liaie Cineinnati as follows:
7:30 A. M. EXPRESS From: Little Miama
Depot, and from Cinounati. tiamiltoo A- Iiaytou IK-iioL,
connects via. Columbus, (,'leveland Dunkirk and BtiHalo;
via. loiumtius, u-ostiiue ana rumuurj- via. coiunioua,
Steubensville and Pittsburg: via.. Columbus. LVUiar
and I'ittsburg; via Columbus, Bella ir and Kenwood.
7I30 A. III. EVPKESS From Cincinnati,
Humiltwaand Detroit Deiiot, aiso connex-ts via. Lima.
Tolatuo. I)etroit and Canadaj via.- Dayton, Clyde and
Sandusky.' . -- .. . . ' I . :
lO A. From'Uttle Miami
Deixt, connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Benwoodr
via. Columbus, Bel liar and Pittdburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg;- via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo. -
6 1. EXHRESS From Cmoinnati, Hamil
ton, and Daylou Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, letrotl aod
Canada; -ia. Duytou, Clyde and Sandusky.
Jloderu Sleeping: cr Tri
' ' via Toledo. ' r-
11 I. Tfl. EXPRESS From Little JTiaml
Depot, connects via. Columbus .Stoubensvule and Pilts-
hitr- via. IHnmlrait Beiiiar and PiUsbsrg; via. Ce-
lumbus.BolUarand Bvawood: vis Columbus. Crestline
and Ilttsburgj via. wiumwis, t-im-uuia, i'uu
Buaklo. - " .' " . '
"ioderii;Sleepioe csr oa ixius a rain.
Passengers for Lake S teaman, leaving- Cincin
nati at 7:S0 A. a . o nonra m neveiano.
lVeaving at 10 A. K. maka direct connections.
- i ... T "'"',! , . ".
Hie 6 T. M. Express, iuturdiiys, maAts aU con-
- tudiemt as adwrtised. exerpt for JMroit
and points in Canada.- - -'-"-
Tht Nisbt Express runs Daily, Saturdavs excepted...
AU other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted, ,
Trains run by- CQLCMBUd TIME, whi Is 7 Minutes
factor than CINCINN ATI TIME. -
Baggage Checked Through
all Uatera Cities. ;
V9 Pawenircrs should bar in mind that the fTV-
C1NNATI" id tne OLD and FAVORITE BolTE. ijo
noctains are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
Hill IvTLTl .ti n.U.r i.. . 4 .... , '
insuring snxD, comtokt ana cat lt X
THROUGH TICKETS ' t - r
Are sold at ail the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST and SOITH. Ask for Tickets
via. CINCINNATL ' :. ; ;
P. W. S1RADES, General TicVtt Agent, Cin'll.
. 1 t i ' T
WE hsve in store", and for sale cheap, a Urge as
sortment is Safes, arbk-b for dunbiiHy. and
eotupleteneas ol nunulacture stand nurivalled la the
Cmted Ptaue. JtlZELL, HUOl kit fc CO.,
jaotf-tfi ... u f s in sod f JlarkKl St.
Great National Uonle.
u ?EWI1Rk7AVD B0ST05,
".VLY ROAD TO
r- Washington city.
G E IVTR A U , OHIO
q TERMINATE st Baltimore sm Wht.
J. the East, and r.Jmnk-,. 7 . T City o
. - - . ' ue nos4... v..l
with F-ulroads tor and V
Tic TTesi, Sonthwc&t and Xoriiwesiv
rasseagexs by this route can visit the cities of Rtt.
more, Phi'elphia, New York and Bosto. ateoat
jticke wjiew-.Yert w Bostoa alone ky JS
Through tickets can be procured via washaurtK
94' w ltM Eastern Cities at an additional charsra oc tw
. Si eeping" cars attached to all night trains.
.TICKETS GOOD UNTIL USED.
jJiis PrivUeSe 01 stopping off at all prtncipal
fitlaTaS m f Travelers, for pleasure or informa.
:.cn all the eastern Cities at a comparmUveiV
oi 'I5f "rT celebrated foTuTwoi
VX Lmit U "equalled i. S
, ; . Iu eTeera of Dmf and Niaht track Police- tu
Srlfar iU Tekraph n; ,
tne wrvaulaace of the Company) ensures to the pa.
SPEED', SAFETY AND COMFORT.
.,?T?!h TiCketS. ni owage checks can be obtaiaed
aa thepraiopal Kadroadand eaSL oeTin
Ask ior Tickets via., Baltimore and Ohio
? ? - Railroad.
W. p. SilTTH, Master of Transportation
L. M. CWLE, General Tu ket AVnu
? X.- ri.V1 KR' Gn"1 Western Agent-
Notice to Shippers.
F being of the utmost importance for the proper
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the war
ot gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
order that the freight trains may be run on thTth
hud down m the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this date, freight wiU be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Rates on Flour Reduced
n 'HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will i
Aat Nashville, War trace, SheibyTille and Si
on N. & C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartnw
give through rwipu lor Flour by Car load to ChaVle
U.n or savannah, at One DuUar ih.t barrel through
I E. W. COLE,
jau22-tf ' f Transuortt"n N. A C. R. E.
Express to Clarksville.
THE Jsouthern Express Cumpanv respectfully ao
nounce that they are now runmnriL:
through to ClarksviUe, via. E. A K. and li. "Tl
cars, and are prepared to forward to that pleand in
tervening pomts with pron.ptn.-ss and dismu S
gorK is asuaUy sent by express. They win al forward
te all places on stag routes, connectiig withe abo
es- OlBce No. 19 Public Square
WTf a. K. HOLT," Superintendent.
The Express Freight Train
On the XtehviUe and Chattanota RiUroad wdl com
tnence running on the 221 of July in close connect
with the Express Train on the grea Southern Line via
Charleston and Savannah and continue during the busi
ness season. Throuth time Com New York ETCET
DAYS- E. W. COLE, Supt.
Jasper Kranch Railroad.
Omca Nash, t Chat. RAaitOAn Co
B Octobers, 1S59. t
Y order of the Board of Directors are made oe tbe
stock of the Company subscribed for building a
a branch road from Bridgeport to Jasper, pa table to the
Treasurer of this Company as follows :
One dollar on each share on tne 1st of November ot
1S59, and two dollars on each share on the 1st day ot
December, 1853, January, Februarv. March. April
May, June, July, August, September, October
and November, lseo.
Payment may ba made to Jackson Prvor.at Jas
per, or to the Treasuer at his office in Ndshvilie.
Promptness in meeting these calls is requited ot
subscribers of stock, ah the construction of the nd
depeuds exclusively on the means provided sciQcally
for that l hit pose.
xilr-lt W. X. CLEAVES, Treasurer.
IIOYAL lUVlNA LOTTERY.
THE ooxt ordinary draw in? of the Royal Havana
Lottery, unduct4d by the Spanish (roverumt
under the tupervisioo of the Captain General of Ccba
will take place at tiavanah, on
Wednesday AoTeinber 7, 1860.
; c. o. o o olTo LLAUS
Sorceo Numero 643 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prise ef... ...
I . .4 .
1 a' u
1 lt "
. . 0,0j0
. " 20.000
50 Praoe of. 1,000
153 ' " 400
4 Approximations to the
f 100.000. of fAOO nrh - A
of 400 u 50 O00 ; 4 of 400 to 30.0UO : 4 of 400, to 20 ,000,
4 of 400 to $10,000.
AVkole Ticketa $20 ; Halves $10 Quarters $5.
" Prires cashed at ei'lit at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on ail solvent UanUs taken at par.
A drawing will be lbrwardud as suun as the result
All orders for Srhemes or Tickets to be address
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post,) Charleston,
fc- Cm- ;
FEillLE COLLEGE , LOTTERY.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN 1S56.
W. C. Dawsoa & Co., Managers,
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA
- Poiicr Plan Lottery H
By this scheme purchasers can select their owa
Numburs, aud pay any amount lor a ticket they may
desire. - -
Extra Class 2, Draws 0ct"3, 1860.
And on every ijuctecdiug day (Sunday excepted) at &
o'clock, p. M. . .
Ma' iu this Scheme, there aro 5 Numbers placed in
the rthucl iruut 1 up to 7" mul twelve ot these
Numbers are drawn horn the Wheei. It a person se
locts one Numlwr out ot the 75, and that Number is
among the lumbers drawn, he gets Ore times the
amount invested. 11 tsoseiucted ttumbers are drawn,
he gels thirty lor uu ; M Uiree selected Numbers
are Urawu, he geU two hundred lur one ; if lour se
lected Numbers are drawn, he gets a thousand fur
one ; if dve selected Numbers are drawn, ttve thousand
for one ; U six seiocUd Number, are drawn ; flJtees
thousand to oo. f-"""", it two, or more, selected
Number are taken, aud ail Uiose Numbers so sulocted
are not drawn aiuong the Iwulve Drawn Numbers, the
licket i s Btuk. .
.Our. Havana Tlan Lotteries.
' r Draw Forn (4) Tmes a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Schaue ever ooijred.
l ur portiuulars, address,
s VI'. l. lAwa. waiiagcra,
Oct 31. ; ' - Macon, and Savannah, tia.
iilMUltl 0a1' A LAW-Mli
in lie Circuit Court or
OS THE BASIS OP THE CODE
A Abraham Caruthers,
L AMT, V B O T E S S 0 B 'a T LEBANON,
For sale Jn'NaahviUo by . j
' ' - . - J0UX YORK k CO.,
Juneld-tf ' No. 83 CnB street.
JOHNS Aj. CROSLEY'S
iiaproTed Cntla:Pertlia Cement Roofiaj.f
. 18 fikb ani watlk paoor. It can beapplied tovrm
and ou Hoors or au. kim and to old suingle root.
tcithoul rctiiovitxj Vie tkingles.
TilE COST IS ONLY ABuCT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TiN, AVD W TWICE Ad DCRABLR.
Crrri I'EAm . fimitit Ibr oreaerv in2 and repairinc
Tim and M ktai Kof ts of every description.
Itom Hi great elasticity, w not ujurea ty tne cxm-t ;
U-iictioa aud eiusioB ol netais,sss uu aw crsctj
in eoU war run rj wnr. " These materiata;
have hcs thoroughly Kxied is N' York and all
partrof the Souuieru and Western States, and we
eau give abundant proor ol mil w. chuim " '
favor. - -" U - -i TSSt, . CSB '
; Ihey are readily applied by erdiuary laborei,i ,
a truhng expense. : . - b
j NO HEAT JS F.EQnRED." j
- There materials srs pnt ep reedy for ese, aW fcr t
auippaig to oil par is of the oosstry , waa full prmtcxt
directions tr .pplicatwa. I ;
- FuW tesorluve eirraUrs wd 1 be forwarded ap-'
plieatioa b mail cr ia person. at our prujapal offi
ee 61 BKOAl WAY, (o.piite St, Ntcholas t'
TYOaVS'-LXSECT- rOWDEUJ i
E FOB SALE BY r
spm-f . " BA INS,"BBO Wlf CO.
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