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STERLING MERIT!!
Sicgci'i Plantation and
FAMILY SEWLG MACIIIXES!
PRICES REDUCED !
$85,
$95j 1
$105.
THE PLAIN REASON fWUY
SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES
Have alwsys sold readily at a higher price than uj
other la Ibabtbey axe beUer,
MORE DURABLE,
MORE RELIABLE,
And capable ef doing a roach greater variety of work
loan any ether Machine ever offered to the public
In the purchase of
Cheap Sewing Machines
Thoosaada bare
been deceived
but with
and disappointed,
SINGER'S MACHINES
There i never any failure ere intake.
SttGEK'S 50. 2 STiXBlSD 3ACELXE.
Tbts Machine is Snperior to all others for Plantation
and Manuiartnring, being easy to mansee. iburs not
yet out ol order, and se-s from the finest Swiss Mus
liu to the coarsest Osnaburgs.
The Family Machine
Is x'mirMl by all that hare naed them- They do
mot-t beautiful rtitc'itnc, hemming and gstbermg.
V. a wsrrai-t our Machines to give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION
or no sale. Certificates can be shown from parties
living wall parts uf Jiidcle lcunesate, in I have
lsad the
SINGER MACHINE,
From one to three years. AH wishing to purchase
Sewing Machines
Should call and examine the superior advantages O
la a Machine over all othe-e before buying.
l ull and reliable lnlormalion about tewuig Ma
chmes tu be bad by seeding lor
I. 31. 8IXGER L CO.'S GAZETTE,
WMch is a beautiful pictural paper, entirely de
voted to tilts subject, freul gratis-
I. M. SINGER fc CO.
J. T. 1JMO, Agent,
jan31-Im 45 North College street.
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M'FERRAN'S
LEVIATHAN LIVERY STABLE,
NOIiTII MARKET STREET.
THE unJerntjued her leave loiafoim his friends
and tti public that be baa still oa band a uum
Wr.l bJn lBoum vehnleaof all kind. abd a splen
did stu-t of bugcy and aadiile Mravi, ..r tl uie ol
lttuUbg iicmauu l'iH'itnt tXikJ'll iu.Ns.nr fot
toe acC'auiuodv.tion of Vwoug America and Young
America' ret heal t.
What nab liviug.of any sort of nogr'svepirlt.
woald beci-utect to suail it belilud a l ll W luC-i
wben be fcuowetbat u ANIMAL MY bl'lKlT cvakd
be obtained
AT THE LEYIATUAX STABLES.
Parties desiriag Coacbeffor 'PIC-Mt."and safe
nda.reful lrivrr,kboAiW uot f or;ei bai tl.,
peraaajd about Tec Niw I'o acx , f rem Ibe LLTaa
Ijvkbt &titia, ou orin Market afreet.
J.C. Mcai-RUAX,
sepSO-tf Prvprvtor
L1VHUY STABLE.
11TM.T. WRltiUT CO.,tiniMrHirt'
fullyicform th.cit.aoimoi Naahville i3TX
ad the public generally tlut thev bm SK. .
Durchaaen the wel 1 k no o I J very Stable aud the atoc k
eaa axutres.iom eri) occupiet: sy nn.j.r&uifis
Marketau-Mt.lut lbio lie Senar.
We have art-rir lots and bos-etallr to sceoaisic
da tad re vers .and all oar friends who may favor at
with their patronag .
We pledceoureeivertoriveittlafactiOElaslleasee
Wehive largeuumerolist Saddle Horaeeand
e Bagglei hire at all times .
TbAfartii ,wedonot. lUml bemgssrpassed byaof
HtabUiB tbasojtharucouutry . Cemealong and
for yoursalves.
fsb-iy U.T, WRICHT O.
DISSECTING INSTRUMENTS
AND
Metlicai Saddle Bags.
"VtrE are at Is receiptor aenther supply of Die
f aectiaa l.iatrumauia and Modical saddle li-f
of new aae Iwitrnved stairs: tu which e reMs
fetly invNe tue a.Uulion ef Medical tu tests and
Practilioneis,
RA1X3. BROWN It CO.,
OcUl-tf Ke. Id South side Peblie square.
w li rov a 1a.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
, , . 8u"avr to
L.. W. eJt 1 1? IT K,
HUk!1 K '.I1"- PuldBf.K-rtb
sldePobb euare.aa r sew rtnu ier tbew
Spring Steele f t kY ut ol 8 AMi Ct C1Ht.SU. u
which tbry luTltathaaUeat.eaef Mcrcnatu bevies
la this maj-ket. ibl-ly
' Tin Rotfleg,
lia'P" evry tacjiiiy is iso
sy nf workntao
As
ad B-eterUI te do rstrta work wiih (auka.
I will cnetraAtfor liastng roa s, eittbeT ut the ettt
o
bjssssw
SW - . - -
ori oeutry, t low rates. tn every ease wan sat
setiafacia Getters, Piptug, Tsiky Capag, Ac.
Also, Galvanised. Ire Cvrulcrs, ke.,dr io ib beat
aa.-ar. . J. W. Wll.-til. ,
tclis-if Cy oU 2ae livta. "
e . ve
THE BARNES HOUSE,
BARNES & CO. PtiuavroKfi
' ' No. 43, sTnloa Street, r
F'BXEHEa Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has eitenslTe arrangenients for regntar supply
of Game of every description, Fitb, Oysters, the
very best Wines, and every other article of luxury
which can possibly be obtained in Nashville. The
horns is provided wub the bett of Cooks, and the
beet apparatus for conking. Eating Ball fitted up in
handsome , Comfortable sty le.
Jo6 If i- -
"31ETROPOL1TAN"
EATING HOUSE J
coaxes CEnamaxncHKSBTSTS. ,
WaabTlile Tennesset
J." MOOUE, lPoprlctor.
IBATE'ntsde extensive arraogement' for the re
ceiving of all the ocucacitiol the eomln j s&as -n.
of Fish, Flesh and Fowl; oor Oysters will be from
the mort celebrated betlg. Pickles and condiment?
from the celebrated ertablhnerts of Ooss 4c Black
wellaud Lea k perrin.wlih a large and wellselected
slock ofi'i'
Wines, Brandies, &c., &c.
Excellenr COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
oer the saperinumdance or that well-known Fpi
enre.Mr. CHABLFjS PIC-Kf ES.
On and after the 16th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon oar customers, DAY ANI NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arrange mcnt to their
advantage.
KEMEXBER THE ME7ROPOLITAS.$
sepl5-tf
UNION RESTAURANT
-1. -10kAll.
Union St., opposite State Bank,
TAKE pieanure in iBforminc: the public that they
have recently Cited up a fine
Eating and Drinking Saloon,
as above. The. will keep constantly on hand a goo
supply of GAllk,OVSTKRS,HH.4::.,c They m
licit a share of patronage. Cood cooks and attenliv.
waiters. sep7-tf
SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL
W a I cU-'M a Ue r,
W . N OEL,
No. 20 Beaderiek street, .aslmlle.
ITTHEBKllmse
rho
have good Watches out c
VV order can call, and
rely upon caving tlien
restored to time keeping.
I do my work myself snd never fail to make i
wstch perform, having thirty -sizyeart experience.
dec2-3in N. NOLL.
a. J. LTLtS.
CEO. W . BlTCHl-NO?
EYEES & II1TCIIEGS,
SLAVE DEALERS,
e). 33 Cedar street,
Xauvillc, 'Vcnncsscc,
117 UL l 11 times buy Negroes suitable for the
VV Nea-Urlcaus market. All pelaous having Ne
groes to sell Mill pleaaa give ue a i ail.
jul21-tl LYI.t S i IIITCI1INXS.
VV1EE1A31 W.KAO.V,
BELL IIANGEU, LOCKSMITH,
AND
KEY fitter;
in
prep.tieu to han Bells , ill he) s ,aud uiake Lockf
oorder. Auisiculurn , khuI hells aud Spiakuii:
Tubes , it h patent. tlarm Vt hisiles .loi Hotels .bUaiu
boats, LoKouiotives .audall other euilittt.furiiifliud
aud pu. upiu goodstylelolthe best u.alenal,aiid on
ruasoiiabic lei ma.
Al-o ile-iiiliig and Ke-brousing Chaudaliers.
f.nuautH ,tirackutr aud C'andlebra. lor Uas or Oil ,so
as to look vqual to new.
I'aruculaiattention given togenera IJobbing.
Ordcru from the country proui tiy atteuued to.
Corner of Broad and Cheiry Streets-niayl4-ly
Nacnviujc, Tsxs.
She IloiTs Marble WorI.s
Cherclistreet,nextdoor to Coruelius'tCabmet-f h
Maaltvllle, I'riiii.
riH F. io Jeri(ti!e woulciurc-r n hu i rienc f
X aod i tie iublii;enerally that he w illcni
tunethe MARHlr BlsINLi-Mu tl.iscity ,at
btaJbop.next -loor to onrnellus 'i Cabil.t t
hop, on CLi'irch Street ,anu calliateuiion to
he atock ft
Marble Monuments, Tombs, etc.
W hie Mi e has oo exhibition and for saie.embranr r
freat variety ,numued tn the most superb manner
Heispreparetltomanuracturron the shortest notire
l a r n 1 1 .llautels; and every !earript!'i o
tl sir tile Uork.oltuii llnest Americanand Ital
d Marble. His work will, as heretofore, be ar
anted ,nd hipricettesuiilhrtimes.
an9 ll M.L. SHEI.TON
LIU! IT !J.1GI1T ! !
LUNAR LIGHT.
The Rest, Safest and Cheapest
ARTIFICIAL. EIGHT
l x fv ii i: v o iv ia li i
THIS Light was awarded the First Premium at
l be nulucky Mactaauic'lutnut I'air .Novcm
b.r 14 . IsiS , aiiJ tue 'irt Silver Meualauo lipkn,a
ml (heCbica" ite.baics t ufciniil. hair ,!epceniber,
lM,foi beiuthe besl,saleiit aul chcap tit ight in
.Xlaleuc. .
joski'II Ki'i:i-:it.i,
Xashvtilc Depoifor Lau.f taudOils.
tadcr luil teiluv.'HalL
apr-tl N A.-liV 1H.1 ,Ik..sN .
Juil Reerivrd at t'Las.Rbtfrtson'i
Candy Manufactory,
io. 17 market street,
(Oppesiti.aierriAStratlou'new Warehouse,)
4 Lah tolorrr.skSieil) orantreiaad Lemons
a. Kaisins'tk,t.'urrauii,rruurs,Ac .
Also,, aue new lolef all the diHertbt kindsof
.Nvila.
A Sairehl oi o I Baltimore Cote oysterai cans
rolU 'irl.orairi brant.
fresh r'aiiuon .l.nnatert Jardicrs.&c .
fKtif. rM(vs,reU'oacbea auoStrabrrj
ic.ua.
tlraadj f.atbes, Cherries Ac. In bottles
Also ,.u.w supply ! toy sand fancy Articles
r .. ! luauulacturt si ntt Caudles nere and war
reatth.u good ,aad selias ebeapas say bouseia
N.sbv.l.e.
b.vrfer sale sfew Silver Plste'7(w Ycrl Ale
rsssps CHAS.KuBHtTMN.
ct7-tf l; aiaik.lstreet
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Xo. 69 Market Str
Nashville, Trnntf.
IS., u.veuow oe n.re a lull and coiri iete s-
srtueot or M ACH1M.-, IV I.KMI Ms, 4e
which e oRer st the ver) lo et pr .ci s
lrsular Saw Mills, dculle and single;
Male's Cider Mill and Cttn Sadler;
Sudsit's 8 uaw Cuutn;
Wheat DriUs;
MUlers Steel Plows;
Field Belle ts, Ac
saplt-tf AKVTHN. n CO
1S.G0.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
117E sre now ia racetpt t4 a e. i b-te t.k or
VV LAM'KLni'S Oer.!eM Seed, tf tb.grvaUef
ttif, including sil Uie different vsrirtM of
A tteai-ke, . l-ettoce, IWs,
Cabbtue, fafstey, Naaturtbtss,
, taaiifl-or - repper, Piwr brass,
Batafy, S-Sive. Csrr.U,
Leas. beass, siaMatd,
, Hofvco'e, . Ornoa, !,
KtrlvCora, Rbabarb, lgflanl,
rpHtk, hublK-bbi, Air.ua,
. U.inoa. - arauti, '..
CartithS, Tnraw, C-Hery.
adab. Ccaaiber. Stbab.
I B1.. Bi-vS.Tlraotiy Clever, Herds 6ras, V21t
aadaU ether kiece ef flad m4 3 ba4 daring ta
CWairy U.fchaals suppled with Car dtaeaed) at
feaj,a.iB). .
J. T.
A. V
! r? c ? i
S 2 o o ak.
f" a 3 2 H-i i
;'iT-fi-5 O CO J
'business (Carts.
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professional (taroa.
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i UIV V , 1113 lXliliV ,
(LATE'oF.KNOITIIiK,TESX )C.''U.
TEXDEBthU proressioualservlcetto theltieBi
ofXashrllleand vicinity. Be has been actively
engaged in the practice of his Profession in all its
brancbetfor the last sixteen years. and hopes by
stric latter Uon to besbleto reader natisfactionto all
who may favor him with acall.
OlbceNo. 42i Cherrrstreet,nearCapt.8tockeU't
new residence. Residence PearlstreelySonth Nash
ville. pr26-dtf
DR. JOHN W. 3IORTON,
ftesides.ee, Cor- College and Watklns' Avenue;
(FORMBKLT US STRKICT,) '
Office No. 63 TSortli Clterrj Street.
jai27 tf t ,
first of the season
Snyder & Frizzell.
We are now receiving a Prime Stock of
B00TS,SH0ES
ANI GAITERS,
Snitable for Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses,
and Children,
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR TBE
letail Trade,
And cannot be Surpansed In Style,
Quality and Durability.
Call at No. 21 Public Square
aug!2
NEW GOODS AND GOOD NEWS!
.tw Finn and New Store.
r.a.BLacEHait.
GEO. L.GILLSBPrB.JR.
Blackman & Gillespie,
DEALERS IX
lools and Slioes,
TRUSKS, VALISES, BONNET BOXES Ac
con. sqt'Ani: asd juhket st.,
IVasliTille, Tennessee.
Always on hand a large assortment of Heavy
Brogansfor Plantation use.
viTErespcctfuily call tlieatteutloo of t)
f V citizens ol Xashvi'le and vicinity to
ur Urge ana wellappomted stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Ac,
vbirb have juM boon opened. The stock embraces
he largest aud most improved btyles fur J-adies,
;entleuien. Misses, and Uys, and in pomtol variety
trill compare with any tt-tk ht riti-r re offere'iin this
ity . We have located ut the stand formerly knowD
is'Nicliil's coruer"on thet-quare. where we illbe
lesel t aee our frieiitls aud tbepublic generally.
JJp Particular atteution is called to our stock ol
trorans for Plantation use. In this department
"armors willdud us prepared to offer reatinduce
nents. aii(t5 tf BI LESPIE.
JOHN K A IMAGE,
WHOLLSALE AND KE1A1L DEALLR
IN
Ft m
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Trunks, Valises, Trarelicg Bags,
and Satchels.
IN'o. 42 College aereet.
NASHVILLE TENNESSEE.
I
AM
of
now receiving a Large and Desirable Stock
Wools and .Shoes
For the Kali and Winter Trade.' My stock embraces
jvery variety of Style Tor liiiieu and Ucullemen,
Miliars, Uoysaud Cumlreu ; ana will oe sola at verv
low prices.
H;i vinj! beenijotten upespociully for retailing, my
hoes il. compare with any in market. 1 respect
fully ask my frieiidouiiu the public to give me u call.
af- PLANTATION KKuOANS.-HOES AND THICK
BOOlS. for Men anil Women .ofte very best man.
ulaolure . very cheap for Cash, by the case, dozenor
Single pair JOHN KAMACK,
se.'Jl 42 College st,
p o s it i v eITy"
AT ,
COST FOR CASH.
J. B. & A. V. Rutland,
St. UO V'nion street, -
Al t Srtl lLNG lill-lK INTll'.E STOCK CF
BCOTS, IIOES AND THINKS,
Valises, Vc,
AT COST FOR CASH.
jaiiC4-tf
STATEMENT
OF Tilt CON Oil ION OF THE
CHARTER OAK FIRE
Insurance Company,
f.' THE rirST WY OF JANUARY. 1880,
To the Comptn Her cf. Public Accounts of. the
Slate ol icnncssce.
Name of Company, C arter Oak Fire and Marine In
surance Ciiiiany.
Location, Hai 1I..11I, Ccnnecticut.
Amount of canital tu ck i aid iu as !iou
below $."00,000 00
Amuulit Ul SUrtiUa... .................. d.Uil HI
Total amount paid up capital and surplus SJio.OTl SI
ASSKTS.
Caikli rn hand and deposited in banks.... $27,704 77
Cash in ham's ol kguta lo.bcj '
BANK 4t KAUJUiA fcTCCKS A lb N1S, aa follows:
Maskel value,
100 fliares4.lna Bark, Ilartrd $le,tHH) 10
V-'4 Ueicantile 4 4 i,4ii CO
)UU " Merchants and Manu
f .ctureis Bank, llartfora... 10,100 00
173liareiCount llai k.Hsrt
forf
10 shares Lxchaige Bank,
ILirUord
11 .hares Phoenix Back, Hart
ford .1 kltalea tllV ttal-K, HarUord
H .-Ute
.6 Cliarur Oak Bank,
Hartford
8,477 00
S.&70 00
1,034 00
1,440 bO
t,tii 00
10U share American r xchange
Hack, New York
100 sliari s Naafcau Bank, New
York
10,000 00
lo.t'Oo oo
10.CO0 00
100 alarrs Hale aud LeaUer
lat.k, lMton
100 aliares Revere Bunk, ft
tiU..... .. ...... i
10,100 00
1,C0 00
10 rharea Al.aulic B'lik , B -Uili...
- ........ .... ........
100 chares bank ol Commerce,
ol Pruvuterce, H. 1..
tJ0 rbar-a Ctucaa-' A Oaleua
Railroad Couiiauy
iii Ktiarrs Y-ri a North Last
Kailroan Couipany
t si ares HarUi.r.1 New Ha
ven Kailioad t oniony
8 bed Indian 'm1's a Cm-
cinnau KailruaU C'miany ....
1 bond City of 1'v.buo.ue fur
6. SCO 00
1.S 0 00
2,010 00
Hi 00
a ooo oo
400 00
-fl22,fS7 00
Loaned on mnrtgaces of Real Estate. M
Loaned on ittca collateral.... ........
A U other laeeatmcuu. ...
7,ov0 00
... - loV0 OO
... lU,4i.7 $
Total assets of Company
.tWa.Uli il
LHBIUT1K8.
So liabilities to back or others, due or not
due ................
No iuses au juried an-' due................
LoaaeeCJUld, but Out dte.. ...... ......
LuMRS uu-OJU.1
LvS S IS turpri.at: a.ailg further proft
aa aeU twt r .U-J . tue luutd ia hut
ao.wer above
Ail C ti-r lUiius njniifi the coirpaey
17J71 S7
None
The raiect u iinuiir s uillo exceea
$10,0". in say one risk likely to b,lual
ty nu, l uie
1 1,,- uou t iusur.-d iu a rit or vil age
pt-i.- a p- a I ", gi-1'vr.illy all ue dw
eir.bt i A. b- ! l.ao ulj.- t tu tue rate
la. at-V 9 tvaiu-l ...... ... .
The amount tiuuini ib a fc IUkk cf
b.nl.iini," dri.Urf uu-j. iu.ua. ai.J vou
S ri.cllun, cubj ci l. tl. fuleabuve te
tei;ed t ..
The Act vi iatKi luioxw is Ul" lb your atSc.
K tlJ II UiLlilT.l iuauo.sT.
JIJ-H t'raactr, ? rclaiy.
ttAlK OS CoSaS(1l VI,
&HitinHlirnniii ) '
1, liaast K. . iu,i Ne4ary Pnl.bc ta aad for
l ha tuie of Connecticut, uiy eoaitui!ioad aad
aaorj, reauUng iu uc I .i aca t'wtvtjrtif lUrtfotM,
la Sal4 &stU C aecikut, da t'-HJ lt-t oa Ibe 1 -U
ca rfjabaary , m the year ue. Upxisaad etbt bua
ared sad aisry, persona l. pprl twMete me us sal
Cay of liaruw.4,fcau but kttaaat. J.avpb H.wsgue,
notu tf utky,tui w.ia ana lass eU vi,.iaM
d.aod iiare lo-rruaally ka.oa u aw to be re-aao.i-ely
lbs Prrsi bt atd txr Ury 4 Smd Char
ter tat Vwesad Marm. tnseranee Cnpaay, aaw
taey ihee a taers SvraU) auBcrbw a aWve
avau ai a ta aa rreaenao. and saaae atdema aatli 6a
Ib. uutb ei lb sotsera ibervla t fcr.b.
; la 4Mt baeacs', I aa ve b.r.tu ta sat mj ksd
and sftsea Noiarwu ral, at said Cay el rtasueed,
kl tl-a twewtarSb aay ef Aaaawry ,a,a tbraawaa ga
hnadrrd aad StSty. L- '
iUtly .t ilENliT K. . WTLCH,
lan js tl oay ratvje- .
WHOLESALE DRV GOODS.
Sat, Bott Sf Shoe, Ready Made Clothing
. Hurdvar. Queenncart, c, . '. - . -
E. TRABCE & W.lD. LUCAS.
No. 73 JPnblle Square. :
WE will sell every description of Winter Goods
. at low figures to rlose out nn near as possible
before receiving our bprieg stock. Our Mr. LUCA-j
Is now in the Eastern cities soliciting corsignmenta
and purchasing job kits for cash and short time pa
per, and we promise ear enstonusrs sod -Merchants ,
making their purchases in this market, that our ttock
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that oor hooee shall be bead quarters for
good bargains for - cash and short, prompt paper.
JanlB U . TRABLk. LLC A3.
Prince of Wales and Figgaro
ARK AMONGST A Ji UMBER OF FISE BRANDS
or lmported'Cigavs.'
JUST RECEIVED AT J. W. LANGLET'S.
AXDERSOM 8 SOLACE,
TOBACCO IN CANS AHD FAF8,
- . . Al0
Garrett's Scnp in Bottles and Papers
AT
J.W.L4NGLEY'Sr
novfcMf. 44, UNION SI REET.
. UP IGPAIND MILAN
PER RED ROVER 8 B.
(Extra Fine Imported Cigars
tsr to band a lot or Ibe above brands, together
v uu me uranus 01 tIarost
Prince of AValen, ' erenoi, &e.. Ve.,
CALL AND GET A GOOD SMOKE,
J. W. LANGLEY,
44 Union street.
dec29
Fine Winter Roots anil Gaiters.
J V S X HECEIVEJJ.
GENT Scotch BottomecCall Boots
Gaiters,
" 44 44 LaeeBooU,
Quilted 5' BootB,
44 English Lace Shoes,
Fine Pump SoleandStitchedBoots,
Double Sole Water-proot "
A argea&Rortment of tha above and various other
tyles, lor Bale allow prices, by
JOHN RAM AGE.
novl-tf 42CollegeStreet
Coal Coal Coal ?
A LL persons desiring a st'PKKioR artirle of Tea
ai entirely free from Sun on Cindkb and niakii r
only Fkvex per rent, ashes, should send an order to
U.e ALwt Cnl Yard, li -re they can nbtnin the irost
economioal Coal in the city at the follow ihk low ori
Irge St-lected Lump, 21 cents per Bushel
Screeued or Round, 19 "
Blacksmith's or fine, 15 " " ,
orders can be left in Box 94. P.O.. or at the Yard
Dae oi uie Hi.tC. K. K. Depot.
d 22-n SAUL J AG NEW,
Aegroes for Sales
7E have a good lot of Fegroe for fsle, among
v lliim ret era I good pirls miiable for house
purpoMji; a No. 1 I by. 19 vears old. well trained ss
a dining r'im Fervant: three gw.d f .niili' B, uh a
lot of smcle Nrj;roes Euii&ble fir the farm, at No.
6 ledar ureet. H. U. HAYNES A CO.
iaul7-t
Notice.
A LL persons having cluims against B.
P. HAMIL-
J. a.
rcrequtld to file tlieni withhisTrus-
tee for felth m t.t on or before the 8th dav ofFeb-
uary, lst.o,ror pro rata distribution ord uiyn:cnt.
W. H. LCCIS, Trustee for
B. S. Hjiiiiltos,
No. 73, Public Square, Nuthvilie, lenn
jan7 lrn
A. C. fe A. 11. Ibcceli,
o. 57 College street.
Are just receiving some very nice goods of their
second pnrchuf-:e this season. We notice some su
perior Rep Poplins, Poplin Rohey, Lavella Cloths,
Drab Velours, ami some very One Black Velvet and
Cloth Cloaks and elegant Winter Shawls. They have
also some of the Guest Carpets ever offered here.
If you want a nice Dress, or some nice Honst Fur
nishing Goods, you need go no further than the
Vcssrs. Beech's to supply yourself
See their advertisement in another column.
novl5-tf
A. C. & A. B. BEECH,
IVo. 57 College Street,
NASHYILLF, TENNESSEE,
II
AVE now iu store
a very LARGE and DESIR-
Afcl.K clock of
STAPLE AND FANCY DE GOODS,
For the FALL AND W INTER TRADE. We have a
very large aud varied asrorlmentof
SILKS
Two Flonrre and Double Skirts, Plaids and?trlped
hntidson e Black Silks, t hits rgurcs, plain Black Silk
Blnek Bvadere and two flounce Blai k Silks: tine Print
ed IieLanesand I Ijtne Robes, I'eBage, a beautifu :
asoortment or I'oj.lins, grey and plaid , plain Krencl
Mi-rinos, Satin face Merinos, a great variety of va
lenties.
Our stork of Hosiery , both Cot'on and Yicol. ii
verv larue and dusirable , our stock ol Uentlcmen'i
aud Ladies'
WOOLEN &. SILK UNDER WEAR
Is' particularly desirable ; we bsve also a splendid
stock of FLVETand CLOTH CLOAKS, Ml.tWlJSoi
every resrriptu-D, a great many very new stales
AIbo a larjie lotot hue LLOiHa.allcolorsrrench sdc .
American tine
Caeaamere Kew Ntylc Veatiusa
SATIN KT and TWF.EI 'S. All those wishing to turn
isb their hous s uh
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS A CURTAINS,
ill do well to call on ns before buy lng, as we thiuk
our sloes in tnai nnevery supei ior, coubmii g m
Cotton and Lists, the very best makes ol two anc"
threeply Brcstels and Velvets, On pels of all widths.
Canton und L'to Malting f all wii (lis. A fplendld
assortment of Cornices, Certain 1'ius and Bacds.
White I ace und Musuu Curtains
P We keep constantly on hand, goods, three yard
wide, for
WAGON SHEETS AND TENT CLOTHS.
Also. three and four ply ducks for cstcovers. from
16 to 140 inches wide ; and, aiso, a large lot of N(fr
ISlnnkels, Socks. Jeans, White and I'laid t'simburgs
flam and Plaid Liuses A. C. A A. B. 111X1 H,
tl.Vlf No. 67 C-ll-;e St.
BARGAIN COUNTER.
AT
B. C. 31'MIRY & CO'S
O '
Being anxious tocloee out our Stock of
YlMTIiG00DS:i
AaJJuesrly as possible by the 1st of January. we
have tuis day
1 educed the 1 rices
OF A LARGE LINE OF
Dresi Silks,
Dc Lcinr Eobri;
lolortd Uoth Cloaat ;
tmbroidirtd VrlTft Cloars;
inter I'm, Goods, le
Wf are determined to close these oat snd have
marked them dou
.11 EG AUD LESS OF COST!
And persoorin want of anything in thin tine
rll to Mil aariy ana see tti.
Great luducenieiit!.
rill d
Ottered at our Bargain Coueter.
it. c. .ncxAinv
deco-tf
eV CO.
J31SSOLLTIO.N.
THK rrtnerahip bere'"f ire .x:siii.g under tbe
nam" and sty e of P. ant 0. A'i fclC-ON
this day dMolvtxt mutual consent. Tbose bavin,
ciatrua fa:u.t the concern .ll prrvnt ihm to C.
Aansaao. for seukm.nt, au 1 tbose lodebtod u lh
Ul nrui.wili piiaaacail oa tue name, snd setUt
as sown a. puasibia.
P. AVPERsrN.
C. ANDt&sON.
Nasnvtita, Jan. 1, 160.
CO-PA KTN KUS1 1 1 P.
Cnt'ItCH A-DEUS0. &
(ttffia to r. a c. Ansmss )
CO.,
E nr-derrujisrd have formed a ee pertnerahin
aedr tbe sty I. sad Wu Cfll'RUl AlitJt-
SoK At 0.aad have rai. e4 tbeir slut, a clUrocc-
r m- trunt the Old Nu4, furnwrly occaii4d by p .
C Amjkkm), on broad street, to i: L.r.e ant.
cunmdatut Walenouae, receall) occapied by ti. C.
HabV a Co., n College atraet, wber tbey inicad
u. kerp cuitatu liy a band a w U seeded Sbick ef
brwin,iil illal4M be prepared twr tb. sioraae
vf Ououa olev.ty ilti i ii
thCRCH AVDFKoof.'
ial ly JoHS H. ANDAtmtX.
Lewis Einstein & Co.,
MANCFACICKEita or
WUITE A.D FANCY SUIRTS,
Collar-, Drawers, Ore rail??, tics,
ti Unrein y mreet,
Opp.iU. Cbisega Ptaf a,
EW TcHUC
dctV-2a
For Sale at a RargaH
AXtW seat QaeSiary fricli Pweliiagfleese .twa
iUbavs.Pwrcb aa4C ia,aat ta atva;by
ArrtaddiUuB, ou Kaasehatrevt, appeaue Ut h.r
aea'aeeaage-. for frtb I sf9f sxat.ea aar
be ff CKJ.ser Si lbaVS- arv-a
Hare Tour Property Insureds
with A , i r." r
NASH &rMARR
INSURANCE -COMPANIES,
Well known to' be reliable and have yoer --
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. lr
feb-tf : No. 2a Colleee Street. .
SclecteA sLniiip Coal.
rT'HE Gnest lot of Selected. Lump Coal Is to be
X found at the tna Yard, where ib ia sold at the
low price of 23 ceuts per busueL Drop your orders
in Box So. S4. P. 0.,and they will be promptly at- ,
tended to. , .- gAMUCL J. AGNEW,
feb3-tf Yard back of N. A C. R, K. Depot.
1
X
8 6 0
SPRING NOVELTIES.
CUSniNG, BJLVG & DcGUAW.
392 Broadway, N. Y.,
HAYING removed from No. 10 Warren street to
oor New Store, we fhall be prepared on and
after January 15tb, to offer for sale one of the Quest
stocks of Miks. ana lirees uoods ever aiEptayea in
this market. jan4-3m
LOTZ'S FURNACES.
JUST erceived four of
the above celebrated
Furnaces of size s-iitable
for warming Churches or
largeHalls.
I have put np several of
these Furnaces aud know
them to be a powerful and
economical Heater, and giv
ing out a pure and healthy
heal, with but little trouble
in seeping the Sre op and
free from soot,havingasup.
ply of Registers, Hot-Air
Pipes, Ac, always on hand.
I am prepared to put them
up at short notice, at the
lowest rates.
J. W. WIL.-OX,
17 College sL ,
Agent for Lotx's Furnace, Nashville.
decHUf
Jenny Lind Saloon
AND
Pistol Gallery-
rp A. McCALL k Co's Jenny Lind Saloon and Pis-
A . tol Gallery, Third Story of old Post Office
Buildings corner of Cedar and Cherry Streets, are I
open day and nignt, for the reception of visitor.
Tbe proprietors are agents for the sale of Jenny laud
cauies, cues, cue leatliers, and Balls, and Pistols ol
ue mobiceiooraieu mauuiaciure. juiyia-ll
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
DKIRKPA TRICK & SONS, No. 81 Socra Third
Strsit, between Market and Chestnut Streets,
LJ...I...I. I mi...
i uuaueiciuui, nave lor saie
VRV t SALTED SPANISH BIDES,
Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips. Tanner's Oil. Tan
ner's and Currier 's Tools at the lowest prices .and
upon the beet terms.
S Allkind. of Leather in the rongh wanted, for
which tbe highest market price will te given in
cash or Liken in exchange for hides. Leaiuer stored
tree oi cnarge aud sold ou commission,
septl Siudw
.JttiisiCa pianos, &u
HANSEN'S PIANOS.
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS
PIANOS -
Hansen's Pianos.
PREMICM ;
AWARDED
PREMIUM
AWARDED
1867.
ANOTHER TKIUMPII'
r. TIT.V. .. l. I... .
auumniici capcbiiuiiyiu v lienDe alter lifvi a
X the public ,and o ( purchasers particularly , tothe
superior premium Pia.no, Manufacturec by aim. A
spienoiuassorimentconstautly on hand
Our 1'ianof Have received a Premium two years in
succession ,1856 aud 1857 .at the Fai of the Amen-
can Institute ,Cr vats 1 Palace .incompetition witbmost
I of theleadingmanufacturersoi New Yorkand Bos
ton , and are unquestionably ol the best qualfcy of
lone, full, round and brilliant, ss wel las finish and
iurability ,and we ttatterourselves .b3'theapproval
of renowned artists ,jn venturing to say that our Pi
tnosstand superior to many others .andequalto any
Grand l'lanoin regard tovoiumeof toueandelasticity
of touch , combined with the greatest lirmnesf ,wbicb
I very rarely met with in any other Pianos. Ail
' our Pianos are warranted. H. HANSEN,
1 Manufacturer of Piano Fortes ,
WaBKKOoas.l OO Center street , New York..
CD. BENSON At Co., AOKjrrs,
sept2-dfm f, , Nashville .Tenn.
PUEMIUM
IMAAOS.
T A. MrCLCRE has for sale 60
O . Piano Fortes from celebrated
makers .Stinway k Sons, A. H. Call
S Co.,Iaz!lton Bros., Peters, Craeg
A Co. , aud others, cnnslstingof 0 aud 6 ,7 and 7H
Octaves, and ranging in price from 100to t ooo, all
warrented in every respect. Persons purchasing
mm him will nor pay from $25 to (75 more than if
they gave an order to s Pedlar for au instrument
that they neither see nor hear until it is put up in
their parlor. Wben Iti s sometimes very hard to Bud
in Instrument that pleatesiu every particular when
you have a dozen or more to select from, is it at all
l.kelyyou would be pleawd in buytrg by order.
Alsoio store the largest Stock of Sheet Music Books,
and small Music Instruments ever od'ered In tbe
Market, and will be sold lower than by any
other housemtheCity . Ccmtto33 Cnion street and
be convinced. J. A. McCLl'RE.
innevR It a
1 BLOODLESS VIITOKY
! !
1,000,000 Roxes Sold of
MOlwlalllaAIVS
MAGNETIC PLASTER
T'HISinorinousQaantity ofthisluvaluable Heme.
X. dv has beeu (urcbaeu by citizensoi tbe I'mted
statesduriug theshorlliuie it has hecu before the
public. The reasoufor tUieextraoruinary auccesia
imply in th9 actus Itruth aud value oi the article.
No one bufstue MAtiNtllC PI.Ai.-TLh without be
lomingits friend. 1 1 performs all thut is promised
ind carries with 11 its own recommendation. Truly
inisisa vie wiry peaceiuiana Bloodies nut we be
.ieve nut lest glorious than tbe triumphs of war. with
its fain of caruace and desolation
The MAGNETIC PLASTER Is undoubtedly tbe
Greatest Mreugtbener and Pain Destroyer tbat Scl
ince has yet discovered . Ilyou putthikPlasterany J,
uer, it t'ainis in.re , tbe fla.-ter wu I s tick tbere
lithe fainhas vanished . rnePiasteimagnettiti
ne fain away ,aod
riiiDcaDnotcxisivnerrthisFIaitriiiarpHe
Kh.umatism , Lameness .Slilfness, Weakness Ie
nitty , Nervousness , Neuralgia , Dyspepsia .Cough
ind Colds , Pains and Achesole very kind ,downeve
totiorns.aret MMfclil ATf.l.Y KM.lh.v ti,and,ltb
itle patience ,PEKtl AN EN TLY CCRtD ,by tbemsf
ealiulluencenf tbe MAGNETIC PLAS ILK. It l.tn
it mple.tittreat safest Jileasanlestanucbeape. ire
sdyin existence. Its tppiMaticnlsuniversal euual
ly totbeslroog man .the delicate woman, and th
eeblemtant. 10 eacttaaa at ut wiitprove a Bala
tnd attleesing. Its selsagreeable.and wlihoelaa
toy anceor trouble . I ts price I s within reach of ail
rich or poor;allmay haveit, ana allahouldbavell
wboare.ick ,aod suffermtia any way .
FARMERS aod PL4N I KRjt should always besep
lied withtbe MAUNETIC PLASTER. It will he thi
oid Physiciania any household ,ready atalltimes
ind atinalant notice.
Patupln tlr-tighttin boxes. Each box wli. make
tlx to eight plasters and soy c b lid can spread these
rtce26ieata box .witlifnll andplals lirectioas.
n. C. .MORLlTKAU. .TI. D..
'aeraferattd Prprirt r.19 Mali r t( reel JVrw Ter
MOKFHKADMAtJNETIf PIASTl 18 SOLD Bl
tl.L DRUUUI.OTS ANU DEALERS IN U EN CINE
4 ED1CI N F.S KVERYWHFRK.
July 29-deods so w ly In
M. A. PAEUISH & CO.,
Produce, Commission
AND
FORWARDING HIERCnAXTS,
rrontltts' Calleje an 31arket ataM
wwsjtla f nroael.
?Saslivllle, Teniicsssee.
J-a iy
QflA IL!es Trim. Tiniochy bay Juat rrlve and
tut
X. A. PAKRISR CO.
ftf Bett tlangartaa
Uraaa Jastraceit-edaad lor
U V aaKi
,by
- M. A. pABRPa CO.
pff Ttalrs Strsw f" bAddiag, sacking ods,Aa.
XJXJ juat received aad tor sale by
M . A. PABJiiSJI at CO.
250
Bga flat , heavy OaLs, jut rei v(4 ass fe
M. A TARRISIIACO.
ff f Bags While Cora, J reserved aad for sale
AC V ay
M. A, PARFtil ACU
1000
BCSfHIW ntlMC WHO OATS jest re-
aatvca aaa tar awia y
ML. A. P.taBtH ft CO
f fr ISsaMtiaa Fine Ssiiagiea, )ass vecalvedT aa
UUU1
fur aajaBy
M. A. PAr.KLsH h CO
rrtiKabeve.ae e4l as aiajsy oca-r
. ri -la la ta a
1 aat aad CpeaiaaMOa Uu. w trt Ui4
... ,
Saaatlv ti baAd aad aU at the JoA -rke cwa.
ab Kf ; . . j t a.A.rA" aw.
R et ititln Shirts aind Drawers
a .. wf bt aaalay ad a few ataeeeai
it I H I 4 "t - j. lt
dD '
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I !.i ;i ! 5 ' '.-I.:. r-i-ii .; ij
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IB
80! 60! G0!
COIVE BROS.,
53 College street.
jan23-tf " .
Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES.
rpHFSE Machines hsving a reputation of their own,
jl we are not compelled to use me name tn r..
HOWE, Jr., to sell them. That oor Macnines are
made under a license from that gentleman is a uni
versal fart. Amoog the returns made to hint we
find that tbe six months, ending December 31, 18a9,
A. B. tlowe had sold
One Hundred and Fifty-live;
For the six months ending June 30, 1859,
Three Hundred and Thirty-six,
Making the round number of
File Hundred and Thirty-six MatiiintJ
for one year. These are tbe Machines that are said
tn be made under the supervision of E- HOWE, Jr.
We leave itto this community to judge whether it
is at all probable IhatE. HOWE, Jr., being ia re.
ceiptof more than Two Hundred Thousand Dollar
a year from different Sewing Machine Companies,
would take the otition of overseer in a Factory
where one hundred and Buy live Machines were
made in six mouths.
Persons in want of a Machine that will recommend
tieir. ill please call at our ofbc and examine the
Wheeler A VSiieon's Machine.
e . PAho.NS a t-o., ageeis,
Over Jo. Yoax A Co.'s Be k Store, Luion st,
Jan9-dAtwlm
VKQ LWEiTED TI1E SEWLSG MACHINE t
The Howe Sewing llaehines !
ESTABLISHED 1845.
E. Jloase, Jr., Orlclnal inventor st
l'ateutee.
THESE MACHINES sre strictly First Clsss, and Tor
beauty and simplicity cf construction, curibility
and eniclcucy in workuig, are unequalled by any.
ii.er make a licht lock st u h more nearly alike npon
both sides of tbe goods than that made by any other 1
Maehiue.
Thev are capable of doing a ureater variety oi wora
than any other lamily niachme. Ibe $00 machine is
warranted to do as nne wora ss me ueeier as n u-
tmi and as neavv as uie larsesiucer oiacume.
is. FAMILY MACHINES Prices : oO, f 70,
$kO, i0 lid$100 . ......
Ibe liowe . in oer siacuiuca, ior ait ixnun
stitching, such as Boot and t-boe wers, tarrtage
lriu.miui hainKs work, Ac, have alaaya bejd a
repulaliiMtar above any other machine a. Let uui-
versally admitted. No other Leather machiura Ure
so small a needle as lite Howe Cylinder Machine.
Price 1.15 and $160.
"VSliat Constitutes aGood Sewing Mathia 1
1. ll.houl.l be well mae, simple iu Its cuiisUoo-
h n.and easily kept tn order.
2 It should make a tight lock-stitch, alike on both
sides of the niaternl.
S. It should sew any ana an materials mat can ne
sewed- ...
4. It should be able to use etui, inreaa. er aiia.
6. It thould be able to sew fiom coarse to Doe,
and from lhax to inin wiu rapiuuy ana wiuioui
changing tbe tension.
d. It SliOUlU 0 SOI. Ul RUK iu. w?v.icbi ma.i wi
ess, on both tbe under and npper threads, and with
tulornuiy. ....
1. It should bsve a streiyAj neeaie; carvca ones are
liable to break.
8. The needle scouia nave perpenuicouir mion.oi
This i. absolutely necessary lor heavy otk.
a. It should be ante to oma wnn a nuiaer, nem
with a bemmer; (bould siitcn.teu, run ana gainer.
10. It should bealwas ready to wore.
11- Ii should be capable of using tbe .ante Sise of
thread oa both sides of tbe oi k, and of umng d;0er
eut colored thread or silk, abovr or below, to C4r-
resnond wttb any la o coUmsci tau to a uuive
short 1
I
12. It snooia ne u, w
.......
13. It should commence sewiugtight'y
at the first
tiicb,
14. It should run easily and make but latte notse.
li ll should nave a wbeel-leed; none others are
ia couktaot contact nith Ibe aurk.
ta it .iMMild mU be liable set out of order.
IT.lt should acd be liable u breaA lb. thread, eer
.kin tbe tiiche. ,
1$. It should not be liable tc oil the operator's
dress.
I. It should ad form a rigde oa the ender side,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteiut of thread, as Is the
case uh .11 chaun Milch mat-bioe.
V0. It aba.d surf be "tu.re trouble than It U
worlit."
Get tlte Best! '
Tbe Bowa Family and Leather Machines are war;
ranted to sive better satsiaclMs lhaa any other sna-
chlnes In the market, or money refunded.
The best getting liacbme cotton la tue city, (cnra
A Macnaugbl'aJ at 60 cents per dosee. Howe's
Matbiaa Talst, aa excellent article, S ceau par
tVOOi' CONE BROS.,
6a College street,
eeeSa-tr over McClsUaad'e
Land for Sale.
IWT1X mH tbe penfss npno sharh I sow reside,
situated upon the 'ah ville and Mufreebora'
Torspike, aaa aiae etwn tbe jtaanvuio ana uaaa
eooga Fsuroad.abont la miles Irom XaabvUie, aad
I cutle frta lavergne.
I mil sell either the attire tract, eonsavtLig of
420 acres, i r eiy apwtn a of tba tame, toaseoieg
of abuet iSO scire. ,ba prrsusara have a aw aaa
rvmtiiodloas I well.eg, to,ethr with all avwssarj
utitHotwa:bca tavmedtauty beteeea the lunp.k.
aad boad, irvnt-ng oa rub, aad are a aeigb
borbood f excellent tj.bKia, Cbarrhaw and ataucty.
Ibe land ts eii nartered, aad is of Ute tnHtoca UaS
of livirraauo Crsrs. Tbere at stl . acres id
cleared Wad epon tbe trsrt.
lb. sbwe lai-d wi.l sou genlitmes ae a-e 6Het
bullous ia XasbtlB. endab ' fani'g pefp
Hipi'riLi, caaSK4 be exceilrd by any ad a
Teairt-aue
1 atil sea apt the fatlowxf ftats: one f bird la
csab bra l-reaSMa w e.ia (b.t wOlbegitee
at oy t.a.e J the ba 'ai.ee tins 1 rt4 1 '
et Uvim,w ta ai y !r irrme fat H sua tbe
pcbaaer. Persons wrs ns t yrbt ee ad
dre.s the uodtm gird at LsvJtg., T4 . b
tat be area upon lb re-tU. by aiB' WX.
mt Edward M. M, s,.,l Na.b.;w
taeaUtb . IL1I3 O. -Uaweiil
e J.iaat e0l gi saaena-a ta Trfc
We.kiy.aad taasa aad saaitas ul antd 1st
wttbtwy. ' - - '
Intuit for Sale. J 4 JL
TOSTY-flX acre el faod three satis free taa ety ,
A aaa saaafaS e Mm Oee. be sg a feurt af tne
tHJk trtwt a laad. T-e at abwM t e acrsa W
keavuy waeted. tb. tk i-lc ctwred and ta a tea
svai. l,r caatTSiaa. lUaaitt in ra.la e,aalv
iy sm4 U g.rccftg lid) lehfio as saaa ta
Ivtaacl. amy. It ta t.tl as taa M 'a ; tie
lee aa sea vm reaateg ts tbe eestre H tbe
atttca aanrwa as ei-p.-rrtrsMy tee- fsm V
wbatais agreatsra.idrta. ta tiie wataf m
CLg.;. sa that ba- v r btntta af saJe, A..
to ( 1U
aUouis'ile aud XaSaWlAlc
1 1 RAILROAD.-' OO
TWO through t-x press Passenger Traius between
NaahviUe and Lousville, making close connec
tions at LouUviUJor York, Boston, Ph'ladel
phis, Baltimore,' aahiegton City, Buffalo; Nngara
Falls, Cleveland Ciucinaau,Su Laaaia, aad the Far
West. - : t
On and after Scvdat, January 22d, 1860, trains
will run as follows:
First train leaves Nashville at 4:30 A Jf -daily top
ping at Gallatin, Bow liug Green, Glasgow Junction,.
F-baabetbtewn, and alt regular statmiis when signal
led by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 20 P
M. Returing, leaves Lonisrille at 8:00 P. M.,stop
ping as above, aad arriving in Nashville at 65
A.M.. . .- -,
Second train leaves Nashville at 10:30 A.M. daily,
(Sundays excepted,) slopping as first train, and ar
riving in Louisville at 8:40 P. If. Returning leaves
Louisville at 7:40 A.M., stopping aa above, aad ar
riving in Nasbvilleat 6:S P. M. ... - -. . .
Gallatio Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at SliP.H., and arriv
ing in Gallatin atsaoP. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A.M., and arrives in Nashville at J0
A.M. JNO. B. ANDERSON, Sup't.
A.J. Finn, Gen MTickelAg'l jana-dlf
Kashrille and Chattanooga U.K.
Change of Schedule,
ON AND AFTER
Sunday "next, Jan. 29, I860,
Double Daily Passenger Trains, East and West,
will run as follows; ...
GOIXO EAST.
Leave Nashville at 7:30, a. M. and S, r. at.
COMINO WK8T.
Arrive at Nashville at 8:40, a. K. and 6:10 r. a.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washing-
ton, Charleston. Savannah, Montgomery, New Or
leans, Ac. Passengers for the East and Scth,over
the Mcmphisand Charleston Railroad will take tbe 8
r. x. train from Nashville, which will connect at
Cbtttanooga with the quick train for Washington,
rliiladclpuia, xew lurt.Ac , and at fateveufon with
the fast train over the Memphat and Charleston
Railroad and its southern connections. Passengers
for the Western and Atlanta Railroad connecting
wilii the Georgia and South Carolina Roads, wul go
through without defectum by taking the 1.30 a. at
train from Naabvilie.
Through Tickets mar be had at any hour on appll
catiou to Ticket Agent, at offioe at Depot, to the fol
lowing places, and at the following prues, via:
Nashville to New York. Tin Charleston, S. C $30 00
" Lynchburg, Ya. 8' 00
Philadelphia," " a7 60
" Baltimore, 44 44 44 5 60
" Washington, ' 44 26 60
Richmond, 44 44 44 -JA OO
4 Petersburg, 4 4 44 44 25 00
" Lynchburg, 23 75
. baiem, "1 21 bO
44 Big tunnel, f V0 "6
" Curif tuiahurg f Virginia Springs, 20 75
Shawsville, J 20 75
44 Knoxvitle, 10 60
" Charleston, 21 00
Savannah. 21 00
Macon, 16 o0
Augusta, IS 50
AtianU, 11 10
llonigotnery, 18 00
Huuiaville, 7 OO
Graud Junction, 1100
Memphis, 12 00
New Orltans, via Memphis, 26 60
44 44 44 tirand Junction, 00 00
McMinuville, 4 30
Jan27-tf.
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
EXPRESS FKEIGI1T.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Compa
ny, in connection with tue Roa.ls below, are
runniug an Lxpes Freight Train from Ch.tr leg ton
and Savannah to Kashville. at slower Seed , but with
tbe Fame certain! as their pusic'UBcr Uains. Node
lay to freights by this toute. L. W. CtH E,
)an27-tf. Supt.
Charleston and Savannah
IV la 1 ii 11 rr LIXKS
Eairs Kcdcffd acd Speed Intrrosrd.
XPi:K-S Freight Trains on all tbe roads. On and
after the24ih of Ii cember, l5i9, Uirough rates
from New York to Nashville:
First Class , ier 100 pounds ..........$1 64
Second Class, 44 4 1 34
Third Class, 4 4 44 Ill
Fourth Class, 44 44 09
Hats, Caps aud Bonnets J 26
Time fnm Savannah and Charleston to Nash? Uie three
three anas half and four days.
T.me rrotn New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eig lit and nine da) s.
Intervening S bbaihs caurethe ahove variations in
time, as no freight iraius are run oa Sunday over
three lines.
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges snd
datnayes (except damages occurring at sea) prompt
ly adjusted by the Nashville arid I hattanooga Rail
road on delivery. C. W. ANDLKSON
dec-.'3-tf
Freight to Hew York and FMlapelphia
ox
Cotton and Vlour,
VIA.
CHARLESTON AND SA YANNAHL
Cotton per bale of not mere thau 600 lbs weight f4 S6
Flour per barrel 1 46
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and
Savannah to New Yoikaud Philadchibux.
' Cotton compressed at the option and exeuee of
steameis when compressed, tl can be freighted from
New York to freigu ports at J,' to S Id less than cot
ton not compressed.
Through receipts Issued by the Freight Agent of
tbe Nashville a a caattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDIJtSON,
dec23-tf Uoneral Agent.
Great National lloute.
BALTIMORE AAD OHIO R. R.
Presents to the Traveling Publio
Tlte Shortest .Houte to the
Atlantic Cities.
Direct connections made from K ash nil e and
tbe Booth, via. LouimUe, with Eailroad
and Steamboat Lines for Baltimore, Phila
delphia, Kew York, Boston end Washington
City.
Thrcuub tickets can be procured via. Warhingloa
Oty to tbe Eastern Cities at an additional charge of
to Hollars,
Paseencers bv this route ean visit tbe cities nf Bal
tlroore, 1 hlladelthia. New York and lioUnal tbe cost
of a ticket to New Yoik or Btoa by other hues.
Sleei'luit Carsattacbed to all trains, lime a. quark
aud Fare aa low aa via. any other route. Ibrouah
tickets aud bat'gnge checks can be obtained atatl tbe
principal RaiUuad and Steamboat offices in tbe W est
and South.
Atk lor Tickets Tia. Baltimore and Ohio
Hailroad.
1.. M. CDU. General Ticket Agent.
W. P. SMITH. Matter ot Trao.4irt4ten.
K F. CLLAR, Ueueral w cetera Agent,
dectt-dly
i m
Louisville. New Albanj & lUlcago
ilAILUOAD.
FOR ST. LOLLS, CH1CAC0, DLTECIT,
And all Points West and North
west. The Great Westers aad North west SbortLine Ro.ie
18S9. FALL AIlBASCKMKST.Uil.
Two Dailj Trains to St. Louis, Ctoclonall
and Chicago.
ON and after DIXEMBLR 6ih,166. Passenger
Trains ill leave New A ibaai y as follows:
1:10 A M., Chicago and cl. Louis Axpresa Kail
(Daily except buudaysJreachiiig.-t.Loaisalll M
A. M.,aad Cbicagsat 10:40 A. it.; Cincinnati at
10:16 P.M.
1J P. M. catcageasd Pt. Lonia Ntgbt Express
ilh.ilj.mcei tNtturdeys), reaxbing e. LtMtts at
MOP. M., and Cmcaga at 10:40 p. M. twa fcalar
dsy BtgbU this traiB rubs oily to Mitchell. re
turning tiday mornings.
I J5 P. M. M b beil Aocottiaielaika (Pally except
-INiBdayeJ. Ketttrniug.coiinccta tta the traia
from et- Louet at Sum) A. M-, reaebwg Kts Al
bany at :tl P. M.. Luuiavdie at S 40 P. M.
Tr.tna ltte b. Lett atSjaj A. M.,aad dsiep.
M..arriviexelLouiviUet aU6 A.M aadS
P.M. .
OnW one change f Cars to St. Louis, Cincln-
. I ICI..U
tttu, or ciia.jKi ,
Ilanace Clieckcd Thronelt.
Alt tituaa coaaect etuaeiy wNfe all raaeecger
T rates aa tbe Otue aad ilaaf ltCaib-ad at4 wa
tadeCaitely torO- a; M. trams abeataey are aeiay
a HMnbf murni te psse.r.ae ret table eevtc
atiua.it taawtrcatet. lses ar CUMtanati.
Mf Paseeagera aad Saggaga saaea to aad trass
af u.. eil t s4 U Uf t lit ef bttt.
t.-.i, i . ..i. r r.ibi ce.aecisKiavt.y at t.ewaeaa-
tka ass tba t.rr iiaaW sad Kicbasoad Kaarwd,
... v.... tiataaaSM . I east foe la-
.u.a.nia A t Lafaveti w Ith tbe Telede at Wester a
. a. a r,za tbe alKbiaSu Ooetaera
alt iBt.tei.i efcaUs. Aiaw at MHraa Crty
wne - an t Mtral sWwt.aa t Ctueagaead
.iimMM W.ataadNortb-ae.t. Ataelvf IwUeltaad
all 4.i. fratti
ti.Br.! rmsaKarfr OfEre ,. i St Malastreet
U,u.t.iie,ky..htr fUttCGU TICAklbaavd far-
ts.r tafurwaatsa eaa be aatautea.
Trains are res by Ltvii. Tiaie. ' ' '
st A. W-bCJlap I
Ke Aibaay, 04.14. li. dtll-f
BlXCKS
IN ALL JTS UUASt-llCS.
fbp aa Cfcarek ketetcs Cawrry aad CoiWg ata.
asbille, Tenn.
Tax aaaereigaed reepecaaUy taftaraoa taa attbae
tiat a-a aaa calij takes tie abeva atasd aad
ta amarad t Uutt whg u aU tta twaacbta,
aaa aa iitxee bav.tg. buggy kptg. e.. a
IstftttM twtisef tat.t la.illuUS. Ate
a tkara vf n.bue pauuaag,. XT
JJ4-tf - - - ' Agaa i.
sa-mti1 llnriil iia
' - L . aaA
a f n .-v l Sieved Baad W beat . "
1U.UUU easff aar n a.T. si
4 ilbt.
T .v ' S ess
W
, AV oodv lidily Eo.'s
'Georgia end Delaware State :
iiOTTEKIES,"
GRAND " -
Capital lrlzc $100,OOOV
S , il i t fit i Oas ! i'j , wit
THE Cm'D EXTRlOBDUiRT BR1W0CS
of Wood, Eqpt Co.'s Three Number Lotteries will
take place in public; under the superintendence o.a
Sworn Coaausisaioners.as ioilows : -
Class 98 draws Saturday, Febraary 25,160.
Class 1 36 draws Saturday, . March SI, 163
Class 204 draws Saturday, April 8, ISoO
NEARLY OX it PRIZE TO AVER If t TICKETS 1
! ' " GRAND
txtraorainary
Drawing,
' To tats place as above specified
One 4 Grand Prize of $100,000
.60,000
....0,0O
... 10,000
6.000
6.000
. 4,000
3.000
2,000
32,394 Prises amounting to
1S6,78
Waola Ticket! $20;HalYs $10; Quarteri ti
Certificates of Packages will be sold at tiia folic wing
rales, m lucb is the rata :
(J truncal, of Pacfcaf-e of 28 whole Tickets, SO
" " 2o half " 149 60
44 J8 quarter " 74 Ti
44 - -aeeignui " 37 ar
. ... THE 0&QLiRi DR1WIXGS
of Wood, Eddy h Co.'s Single Number Lotteries will
take place in public, as follows:
Class 5S Draw oa Saturday, February 4, 1S60.
Class 69 Drawasui Saturday , February 11, 1$60.
Class 60 Draws on Saturday, February. 18. I860.
Class tt Draws ou Saturday , February 26, lt-ou. :
Class 62 Draws un Saturday , March
Class 63 Draws on Saturday, M'rrh
Class 64 Draws on Saturday , Marc a
3,160.
10,160
17,160.
24.1S60.
31,160.
7, 1860.
14, I860.
21, 1S-MJ.
t tass oo 1tbs on baturay, Marcn
Class 60 Draws on Saturda , klarch
Class 67 Draws oa Saturdiy , April
Class 68 Draws on Saturday, April
CUss 69 Draws oa Saturday , April
Class 70 leans on Saturday , April
NEARLY ONE PRIZE TO EVERY NINE
28,1060.
TICKETS.
OviUuaiy Draw lug.
To take plaee as specified..
One Graud Capital Prize of $50,000
1 Prizeuf.
1 4
1 44
1 44
1 44
.620 000
.. lO.OoO
6.0UU
.. 4.0O0
.. 3,000
1 Prise..
60 "
lOO 44
100 44
100
100 44
.61,6 0
600
4O0
300
IjO
, 100
Approximation l'rlzea.
o W),000 are $1,600
1 Prise or
s
2 u
C ( I
1 t
2 .
100 Prises of l ooo
170 i000
66 44 5 641
eS 75
66 4 60
65 44 "J.W....50
4.810 44 40
2740 20
20, OOO
10,000
1.200
44 1,000
44 900
44 600
44 6O0
44 400
100,000
6.000
4,0O0
$.000
1,500
S,4S6Prises
.amonctlEto $oU0,00
WaoleTiekets S10; Halves S5;Qasxteri $2 SO
Certiorates of packages ib the Ordinary Drsvtings
will be sold at U.e following -ate, which is the risk:
Certincale of Package of 10 w hole Tk-kels.. ,$M)
44 44 1 0 Half 44 ... 40
44 44 . 10 Quarter 44 ... 20
44 44 10 Lighlh 44 ... 10
CK0KDZKIK0 TICKETS 0B CtSTIFICATES,
Kucloselbe amount of money to our address.for
what you wish to purchase; name the Lottery in
a Inch you a tsb at iuveled,and whether you wish
TTholes, Halves or Quarters, or Litihtbs, on receipt
of which weseud what is ordered, by urst mail, to
gether ith the scheme.
Immediately atier ine orawioR.a rnnieu I'rawtr.g
certified to by tbeCoinmiastoncrs,willbeseot,wtUi
an Lxplanatiou.
ij- Porcbasers wti iptease write tneir signature.
plaiu, and give the name ul their Post Uttlce, county
aud Mlate
Allcommunicatioiisstrictlycontulentia I
a ar Allurixes o f I ,ooo aud u uder .paid immedtatly
y atieriue arawiug nmri i urrnuu. """vi
forty da ye.
JJj'woou, tdoy c .o. a lotteries are omt at
Augusta, tieoigai, aud ilmiugton, Delaware.
Addrest-Urder . or iicaaitor ccriiucaiea.oy st
or Express, to bedirectedto
Ot)ll,tli'i M- co.,Aini.ucurti.
or.WuO'i, EDDY CO., Atlanta. Georgia,
or, WOOD, EDDY C CO. (Wilmington .Delaware.
Circulars containing Schemes for tbe month
will be seat free of expense by adureaauig as above.
Jan27
CONSOLIDATED
LOTTERIES OF DELAWARE,
lfor February 1SC0.
FIllAL'E ,BR.)lI)BL.Mc i CO., SISIGEES
Wu'runjlun, IklavKiTt.
The Managerscalltheaitention of tbepublirtotll
following apieudid bobeme to oe uraa nuurmg toe
presuuimontu
Masulttccnt Setaemct
GUAND CAPITAL PRIZE
Jj-tO.OOOt
Grand Consolidated Lottery
Ul' UELAWAUL.
CLASS 9.
To bt drs wnin Wltmingten .Del. .Saturday ,Feb. 25
7 8 Numbers 13 Drawn Ballots
4 44 SOO 44
4 44 250 44
4 4 2J5 44
4 44 2J0 44
4 44 ISO 44
4 100 44
S.000 20
$70.0011
$70,000
, d0,0U0
. 26,600
. 10,000
. so ooo
, au.uoo
, la, 60
l,ii0
6,UuO
6HMI
....
-X,O0...
t at.lWO. a I
,ioo
, -;JM lO,!
. l.OOo 57,000
, 0... li.tan)
160..... 0,000
loo........... 6.itK
70
40 1W.410
2U M4.BO0
...amoontiUfto I ,-.o,ot0
axiwo prise. ..... - V; ..a
Ticketi0,Halvc10,S'u 'rt.r ,a.igl.tnti 60
ACert4flc.tfPakageo'-btVholcosU..f00
au. 4.O. iojtaives......... 1 j so
do.
do.
do .
-c ju..rirr!,. .....
iib ugolUa,.. ...... ii 7
Grand Consolidated Lotlrry of Delaware ;
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
Lrire Clan IO.
To aadrawaia Wllimugton, ueiaaare, ncuuw-
Feb. i, IfctMJ. J
Ever? otlter Tleket st Prize. (
Priifi payable in full without drdnrlion;
in'. AMAolfrsersTy i ntnr' f
Kl'LIUlUkCUEnE. I
1 prisouf
1 44
gso.oos i
.ii.OiO
,.10,000 ,
,. ,uo ;
1
s
3
S
it
4
t 4
4 4
g.uuO t
2, UO0 s
1.C00 i
4d0 :
SCO .
lOO I
1
IS
10
30
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4.
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S4 AppraanDatioBS prtsee rau"as
Bp tu sw.
jSiHTrisas...'. amoBBtiBgtot34o.ooe
a7bolcTKk.taiatsUl4rt'rt" ,
rereoasaboaeaurraeeeealy remiune !
Vl!.rsarbicbcil-etdaCertiac.i.asfal
laws: , .,.vw..,.u. tO
e.rttecaleeiracsagrai ' - -
So. da. IS Halves, 44 ....
da. do. IS Wusjrwra,4
. da. IS Kigbtbs, 44 -
Prlaea PI liumesttateii .
- ii,PaeraaJdr"Ur.caaoa8s
U "taYte-Til. " ,lb vtom
UoB,aadtbtriBie
aver.
; CAUTION. ,J
PtwsoasHvlBg st a djatnce sitonld ba ex I feme i;
SEXit -b. tbe, or ier Lierr Tickets or C.r
mows of l-aeage w TiettetB.-tbe -aatsawy
u4-ie4 with b. gu. and swindling Uuariea.
ttaccnieM as h.M oat ta t;aa pu. .i
Ba" . . ...V. ... a in oca! to 640.
sv ta tawnti nt i v."'::. . t-n
tlOO bead tnaaT scb.ae m b la aria
tlueoa Catxtal rnaea are oare, 4-"- --- ,
anclt.ta erery f stanc. , are .-r . -
a saat ta tnatatur wtm.ii '
.h.atlaa tW f a cUanc. of setuaa a jmae
Beaare of all lotteries where the Capital i'
waaaaily Urge ta cv.paraoa to tbe prase of JicA
s U.Tery instaw. a her. large prtse are cfler
7 for a laaU est of Twk.i., put rt dea f or a "
Z.trZZT FSvANCE, WAI1".
taat "
a. baa-so".
a, a. uioocs.
GLASCOCK & NEWS0I3
i-4!.-. fWattaV. aw( dtMW (a .
Airrcaaats'MaS,
Sul.rt U Ml t.Ulot U.pttl"."
REAL "e-S TATE,
' i: . n A s c .
. w v til aitasd te sU sales af Preprty ef erar;
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tic OLI) fcTO.NB 31AblON
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s . '..t,.uu..uiacciii
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1 Paittar
1 44
1 44
1 44
1 44
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5 44
6 44
10 44
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