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P.UBLISHEI) DAILY, TKI-WEEKLY. AKD WEEKLY, BY A. S. ' 0A11P & ' CO.lN
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NASHVILLE. Tim.. TUESDAY JULY 3 ' 1800.
NEW SERIES JfO. 1412
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Daily, per annum $8 00
Trl-wetkly, perannrta, 6 00
Weekly, per annum,.... 3 00
One Weekij fortwoyears, ortwo Weeklies
for one year, in advance, ...... ....... 5 OO :
When the Daily .Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to be
triacontroned( paid ia, advance at the time subscribed
or), the subscriber m- storder.otne rwise ft will be
continued, at oar adoption until paid Ti.r and stopped.
; t not paid.it most be paid at the time of discontinua
nce , or at our option. If the party is good , it will bo
ect until paid.
Remittances by mall, in "registered" letters, at
. or rWk - L - s. .
JHisrcilaneonSo
Amcricuu anil loveigu
STEREOSCOPIC EMPORIU31.
E. AHXH0KY,
308 Broadway, SeW lork.
After May lM, 18C0, 501- BE0AD WAT, two
doers from the Sti Nicholas Hold.
Too Stereoscope Is the most instrvetire.inlertstiw,
ntcnainiag, amusing, aud excising of modern iaven
iom. --
. None are too young, bene too old, steae too intelli
gent, none too uneducated, to acknowledge its worth
and beauty.
. - No home is complete without it, and it must and
'Will penetrate everywhere.
It presents te- your view every part of the world,
ia all the rtiirf, boldness, perspective, and sharpness of
detail, as if yuu were on the spot.
- Photograph, re are erery where exploring Europe,
Asia, Afrca, America , in search of the grand and
the beautiful, and the resulU of Uurir tkUt are coh
StaMtlif enriching our stock
We have an imtueuue variety of p.-per Views of
Scenes in Paris, London, LneUnd,Scoiiid, Ireland,
Tl'ales, France, Belgium, Holland, witzi-Tland, Spun.
The Khine, Versailles, Su Cloud, toutainebleau.
'Tuiilenes, IUly, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, tue Holy
laod,Chiua, Inuia, Crystal Palace, al-o Croupe H.s
torical, amuHing, mirnage scenes, breakutt icenca
pic-niC8, statuary, sic tic. An exquisite atiortmrn
vf Illuminated Interior! o( Palaces, Churuhe,aud Ca
bedrals of rrance, Italy, :c. sc. Ibe euect o
these iuuminatod views is mott remarkable.
Evsar orjiTiiaCi or vuui aD rcfixed tacts
hould have in bis drawing room some of our tx
juisile lie on glcux. with a revolving stereoscope,
shown 12, Co, 60 or 100 sceiif. Nothing can be
more fas. mating, and one can oCcr co greater treat
to a friend fouj of the picturesque ana t e beautuui.
.. JLJtthony't nttantjmcous Stereoscope Vieus are the
latest Puc'-graphic wonder. Ti:ey are taken in the
fortieth pari of a teanui, and everything no matter
Mom rapidly if may be -tnoring, is depicted as sharply
and disiiiicuy ami it bad been penelly at rest.
Tata- gives an additional value, fr to the beauties
of inanimate nature tt adds the charm, of life and mo
tion. The process is a discovery o! our on,and
being itnlaunc in Europe, e e rceive Irom I oudon
and Paris large orders lor Anthony's luslantaaecus
Views of American life and scenery.
- Amoca other thines we have just published Stere
oscopic iUustraUoiis of the ixene ot the rctTo.v
fhun Pkatik Mssnacs, in which many hearts feel
aa interact. The particulars or this will be louud
la oar catalogue.
Oca Cataloui z of subjects and prices will be for
warded toany address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance senaiLg us $3. , 10, $15
$20, or$ii can have a good instrument and such
pictures a hey m y lequest , sert by Ezprat.
Ywsaloce, (wilto.-linsuument) can be sent by
SlfTif
Parties who wish to be advise-J of everything real
ly valuable In the 11 ue that comes out, may seed as
their names to place on record, aud U1 keep them
posted at our own eipen-e.
, Men of Uisnrt will Bad f notography a most fasci
nating urn deUhtiul amusement. We are prepared
to fit out amateurs with ever thing tecesiiay for
the success together with instrociions "How to
take Stereoscopic Pictures." '
r.ABTHOHY,
Importer and Manofactarer of Paot . graphic Ma
terials, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Ti e s.
A-g- llercbants from every section of the country
are resoectfnxiy invited to make an examination of
oar stock, as our discount to the trade will be lib
eral. ToProtOgrapiers. First class stereoscopic Ne
gatives WIUC1.
Send by mail a print unmounted, with price or Ne
gative. tanl4-tm.
O. B. BROWN, A? J. H0OPEH . G.
.M1ZELL,HOOPER&CO
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
FORWARDING AND
CommissionMerchants
ANI JEALEKilX
FOREIGN A5D DOHESTIC LlrOSS, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SXCFFS, ic,
If oi. 6 and 8 Market Street, .
yASIlVlLlaE TENNESSEE
WHISKIES, BEASDIE3, WISES, &c.
wte Lavein storeand for sale cheap to the trade
t 125 bb!s. Jo. News.im'8 celebrated Whisky.,
65 bbia. Old Bourbon Whisky.
5 bbLs. Old Kye a prime articlo.
li bbls old Bye Warranted Pure.
fe& btls. Tennessee White rt hisky.
45 hail barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 hols, pure Robertson County "Whisky.
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
26 quarter nsu Holland Gin.
75 bbls. American Brandy.
15 bbls. sweet italaga Wuie.
Wrtti Cognac.Catawba Brandy, tc.
JS4i9-tf av MlZtXL, HOOPER t CO.
Atteution All!!
" TE have in store , aud for salj cheap , a large as
V sortment or Safes, which for durability , and
completeness or manufacture stand unrivalled in the
.tpiiedSUte. mZELL, HOOPER 4 CO.
janS-tf ' B a P No 's 6 & 8 Market Street.
A Fall and Choice Slock of Dry Goods at Co
. .. AT
NICHOESOX & IIUJIPHREY'S
ttp to the time of receiving Spring Goods we will
U offer our entire stock of TAP LE and FANCY
GO0D!i" COST FOR CASH.
Our objct in doing this is to reduce our present
8 toe It as much as possible before getting new goods.
Cp to that lime all who wish to buy cheap goods
will do well to call on us at No. 22, South side of the
Square. J"S-if
E. ft. GLASCOCK. 8- KEW60M.
GLASCOCK & NEWSOM
OQUt, College tt-, next door to Merchants' Bank,
Eealers in nd Agent for taepurchaae and
tale of
T?.R ALE STATE,
Eentinff Hoae or land in the city or conn-
tioa to tne OoUactioa of Ciaia, xieoua
noa Loan. e., e.
R.. 11 . GLASCOCK
VTTUX attend to all sales of Property of every
V axascnpttoB cBri ' " 3
Janl? tf -
lUanlrD.
Cvoss HCics Wanted.
THE Nashville and North-western Kaiiioad Com
oanv wiahtocootracwor 40.000 CtlJAK CKOad
-TT.' i . airriixi trim.. ii uewn.lofaca
a.taaxroest plac not i ess tuu hmches clear of
bark itimber to ". w. .
Zo deiiverea on tn Une of tne road in piles rrom
actioBl4to aecuon 24,enocghoB eacnsecuon to
"piamugto bW wUldlrect to the President
andinrecuf ot Ui NashvUle aud Norm-wester.
KaiiroauCompony Saahviiie.i'enneasee.
ulySa-U - - - '
BL H. HAYNiCS & CO.,
AtiENTS FOa THE
Sale and Porcliasc of Negroes,
At rr. 16 Cedar street.
Between Publta Square and Commercial Hotel,
dec2S-tf -T- ftasUTtlle, leun.
Tin Uoofiagt
HA VINO every facility ia U T w"rk
ajd ulterial to do ar.l rale ork withdespatch,
1 wul contract for liotiicg roo.s, either to the city
or country, at law rates, ad la evory case warrant
LXeuun ttuuera, Pipiag, Valley Capp.u, c
Aiao,UalvaaialroBCuraices,c.,oDe" ; --4
avuiuer. - ' w WiLaOJi ,
tel84 Opposite Sewaneo Hooao.
Hi- MY ElS & CO.,
.IVboleaaJe Cofe-Uner,
So,H'Z Main sit Cincauati, O-
MAN0FACTVBRS of superior.c.AUty. Candies
of ail kinds, Mam lup, Loiei.ges, Sugar Toy ,
IrencJiCot i:tiofwry ,Faoc Candy ..d ay rup. Anw,
aeuUu in ruiu, Nti, Sardine and Fire W orks.
etarlO-csa - - .- :e
Exlra Faiak:v-Flour. -
-, er f BaKRLS Extra Fatmy Floor , maaufactnr
10 0 ed from ehwc Wluto Wtt-at, to arrive to-
MTZELl", HOOPER CO -
r f CIH Cabinet Cbaaspagnef 35 Basket Heid-
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE.
WSHING to make other! n vestments. ep-o
posetosellallour RealEstatein Davidsonco.i
asrollows : -
That Snburban Residence,
sltuatedoa the Franklin Turnpike, within balfa mile
of the city , and opposite the residence of the late Jo
seph W. Horton. This la, perhaps, the most com
tnandiug site 13 the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
mostdesirablecountry residence. The house ill be
sold with 12or 15 acres of land as thepurchaser may
cboofc.
Tliat Valuable Farm,
known asthe Sims Tract ,8'itaated on the SniithTnrn
pike, (old Lebanon road) wit tiin three miles or Nash
ville, ontaining330 acres. The soilis gooa.il is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
gardeneand dairyiarms Alo,that
Beautiful Farm,
onsatne road , now occupied bj T.C. McCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 250 acres. ThispKceie so well known as to
need no further description Itwillal.-o bedivided
tosuitpurcuaser& T.C. McCampbellw llahowthcse
places to any one who wilicall.
Alltheaboveproperty willbe scld on reasonable
terms ud on a creditor one ,two,tnree ana 1 our
years . ,"
Apply to A. V.S.Lindsley .Nashville, or to. either
oltheundersigned.
THOS.C McCAMPBELL,
- - Six roiled rotnXastivirtC.
J. A . McCAMPBELL,
aprl Nashville.
EXTRA
For the Consideration of Sensible People
FIDDLING about is aotthe practiceofDr.MESECK.
He understands the disease t once and cures.
He hates long tampering around and long running
bibs, but sticks to an honorable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payment!!. Cases given cp by
other Physicians are often cured by Dr. Mksec
Offlce on Collegestreet.cornerofLine.
julyS-tr
Cpmmt55t0n " ewanb.
" M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Conimission xllerchaiit,
Corner Cedar and ClterrT sts.,
NASHVILLE, TESSESSEE,
RESPECTFCLLYsolicitsconslgnmentsofMerchan
diseofallclasaea. Satisfaction given tocousign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Consigu
eesof goods to this market will lind my auction rooms
llmiprl mi mill tlin fonds wil I be sold without ue
lay and the money paiu over I or lb with.
2i.o. Aogoous oougniorsoiuou my o u i-uuuu
Chargesreasouable aud liberal advances made ou
consignments. mar-o
W. A. JOIIJXSON & CO., .
COTTON FACTORS,
AND
- Commission Merchants,
J- CARONDELE'J' irflEFT. 27
HEW OULEAN!!.
Sep 6.
B. r. SKVI.N3.
B. KIRKrATRICC
M. HKJLT. l! ICi
KIIIKPATRIUK & CO.,
COailKSMSi FORWAEDiXG MEECIIAXTS,
. So, 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
NEWOllLEAXS.LA.
nuv7 ti
JiJLMFACTlilEltS' AllTICLES.
J. k C. TlEAKIRT,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, Ohia.
Kt-EP A FL'LL SUPPLY OF
Maanfacturers Articles,
Carding Machines,
Warp on Beam, assorted colon
Kachine Cards,
Wire Heddles and Frames,
Shuttles,
Steel Heeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Harness Twine,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, &c
A tSO, A KCLL ASSORTMENT OF
Dye-Stuffs, Cochineal
Cudbear. . Indigo,
Madder, Cutch,
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, "&c, &c, &c.
sep24-ly
Auibrot ypes and Melaneotypes,
ryHE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
A Gallery, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptyne Picture ef deceased persons can her
becoppied and thrown up to the Life Size 1'crtraie
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. nCGHF.S,
Principle and sole proprietor or the Melaneotype
right in Nashville. nor21-tf
If You Want a Hot Fire
BUltitt THE
.ETNA COAL!
Orders Can be Left ia Eoi 91, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AONEW.
MORE KEGROES LY A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
PRINCIPE SEGARS,
among which may be found every SHADE of the
NEGKO MARK
ALSO,
A very large assortment of
FRENCH PIPES,
to wholesale, at 44 Cuion Street.
apr.il -if J. W. LANGI.F.Y.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW "SOEK,
VlTOri U notify the Trado that they aro opening
Weekly , in new and bcaulilul patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PK1XTS,
ALSO
THE AMOSKEAG,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Coun
try for perfection of execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper than any in
the market and meeting with extensive sale.
TJj orders promptly attended to
aprt deowly .
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, &c.
THE UNDERSIGNED 13 NOW SELLING OCT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Macliine-rj-,
Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flooring Mill, known
as the
CITY MILLS,
At Nashville ; parts or parcels of the same will be
sold to suit purchasers
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Persons desiring to pnrchase are referred to
Turner tt. Foster, Esq ., or James Corbett, at ash
rille.Tean. TllOci. J FOSTER.
aprt lm . " . ; .... -
(SoeeesBsors to Jones ti Hooper,)
. DEALERS IS .
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PALYTS, OILS, PERFUMERY
- - A K D ' - ' . . ;
V A XCY GOOD S ,
Ho. 21 Cedar street,
. IV ASIIVlXiLiE ,TE JVESSEE i.'
Dealers and Physicians
SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TEEMS
FOR CASH.-E - "
TAX LIST
CORPOIIATION OF XASIlTIX,IaE."
jcTRCnT COURT, MAY TEEM, 1SC0. . ' ' '
state of tennessee,
dayldsox county,
"VTTHEREA3, ANSON NELSON, Coll.-ctor of the Taxes for tb Corporation of the ilaycr act AWsr
V V men of the City of Nashville, has rer-oried to Court the following Town Lots and parts f Town Lots,
as having been assessed for Taxes during he year 1859, and that the Taxes thr-reon are due and remain un
paid, and thit the respective owners of tue Rime have no goous and chattels within the limits of the 5aiJ
city on which he can distrain for said Taxes to-wit: . ..:.(- .
,r... . -.-XA1TE3.- 1 ' INo. Feet. No. or Lot. Value. j g !. g SI -I
Armes, W J., 18S7 1&59-
Allen, Samut-1 M
Allison. Robert Y.
Alley, V
Beech, J J
Bell A Jones
Black, Wni., heirs
Brasbears, Asa
Brandon, John
Bujrg, riamuel H
Bush, J H
Bush, J ., and Thoinaj KirKpalrick
Burnett, John
Callender, Thomas, estate
tUmeron, Mrs. Sarah
Charlton, Dr. James - -
Clark. Mrs. Kleanor J
ClagstOD, L H - '
Correy, Miss FJeanor
Corbitt, Nicholas p - ----- -
Cowan, John W
ColUrt, John
Couch. GW
Currey, R B .
Dabbs Porter
avis, llilliard
Davis, Mrs Mary
lK nneil, Thomas
Donnell, George, (colored)
Driver, ll'in,, irutteo
Drew, Polly, (colored)
Dungy, llary
Kulnoi.il.-on , John K
Elliott, George
Kllistoa, Joseph T
Evans, B W A K
Faulkner, James T
Kelts, James V
Fox, Mrs Sarah
Garretson, Isaac
Gleaves, Fall and Ewin, trustees
Gregory. Andrew
Green, Jonathan, heirs
Gary, J H
riarmer, Ilay & Co
Ifays, Charles M
Harris, Wyley, (colors)
Harmon, lrank
Hawkins, R bert
Harris, Mrs Esther
Harris, Miss Ellen M
Hanks, Mrs E
Hue, James
Hill, Mrs Sarah
Hess, John W
Hooper, Joseph -
Hyde, Ben, heirs
Hyde, Tazewell, heirs
Jonte, Fred., estate
Kellcy, M ss F.lien
Kiiby, John, estate
lnier, B., (lessee)
LamonU-, Alexander
Lamb, Augustus
Iieavitie, Cuarles
Lidd. U. J H
Lincoln, George W.,
ljoa-i, James,
McClain, Dr. Wm.,
Met oy . William,
McDeartnon, Joel
McEwen, Joseph H., Estate,
Mclntyre, Mrs, Sarah,
McLaughlin, Thomas,
Maney,G. & McKennie,
Martin, Ralph,
.4 44
Martin, Frank,
Marling . H. C ,
Mallory,C. W.,
Meadows, James M., Jr..
Miller, George .S.,
Morris, Cy..lhU,
Morris, Jesse,
Morgan, Elizabeth,
Montgomery, Willis G.,
Morton & B. igs,
Nash, Eilball, a Co.,
Naylor, P. J-,
Northern, S. TV.
Owen, W. W.
Owen , E jrett
Owen, James C.
Osborne, James
Osborne, Joseph
Paul A Hill
Pet way, Hoskins & Co.,
Perry, Richard
Porter, Rees W.
Presbyterian Church, First Paror.:ige,
Rowton, Richmond
Rowt n . Sarah Ann
Scott, Robert
SafTarrans, Mrs. Susan
Samuels. Mrs. S. E.
Saundurs, R. A.
Singleton , Moses
Sigler, John
Smith, B. McX. and Ann
Stevens, James
Stevenson, James B.
Skip with, A. P.
Thomas, George
Thomas, John I.., Estate
Thurmond, J. D., Estate,
Tucker. T. G.
Vance, Morgan
Walden.H V.
Watson, W. Scott
Walker j Joseph B.
Webster, J. H. k F. G.
Whiiaker, W. II.
White, James A.
Wh te, James C., Heirs
Willis, Julia H.
Williams, George, (colored)
Williams, O P.
Work, Mrs. Martha, Estate
Wurts & Bunnell,
Young, William
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16" 2i"
11 lo;
fS 71 !
48 65
l! 6i
10 iO
19 4
176 63"
2i 6J
27 81
164 0
18i 21
4 i:
2 15!
112 62
6J U
9 03
8 6
95
23 22!
it o!
8 85
11 10
7 2
18 95
62 55
6 65
83 21
25 05
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9 10
41 70
loo Hi
4 85!
6 t5!
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5 -5!
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4 .7
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13 5
8 35
62 74
104 23
270 4
4 45
76 6o
9 18
65 62'
1 35 1
13 77
3 47
18 05
?1 11
101 65
12 60
13 15
27 5
4 60
63 18
7- 6o
f 9 60
56 30
20 65
60 8
23 85
9 '.2
11 10
15 80!
191 67 1
17 05i
8 ?0j
57 46
7 70
190 62
93 30
44 21
10 00
31 40
20 82
848
44 62
68 23
16 10
65 73
7315
13 63
14 7
' 22 63
14S 90
131 26
13 35
. 97 32
843
1610
142 27
23 49
Zb 60
42 63
74 50
60 62
9 45
39 15
45 61
41 15
20 90
- 1610
16 86
8 48
7 70
32 81
21 00
11 95
16 10
90 81
66 72
9 60
141 26
66 95
16 05
7 09
8 60
41 04
63 66
. 21 68
50 36
88 43
" 11 98
65 07
14 72
9 17
10 97
J37 15
12 92
32 79
28 64
30 25
85 co
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16 io
13 35
150 30
845
13 35
15 43
9K
13 35
. IS 85
11 68
90 05
32 81
lio
369 so
63 cj
4253
23 74
8 47
7 83
73 95
4-12
21 12
17 lo
3 71
43 65
20 U6
I 1 0
24 44
IS. 63
2-6 to
i2Sl
16 07
18J21
9 19
25 18
117 62
f5l9
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1195
28 22
lo"lo
13 85
16 10
12 29
13 95
17 65
12 65
43 21
30 05
15 57
1610
14 10
46 70
106 11
9 65
II 95
151 0J
10 55
7 .0
17
43 91
18 95
13 so
59 74
10 28
27594
9 45
81 60
14 18
61 62
635
3 77
8 47
23 05
Si 11
106 65
-17 50
13 95
32 05
9 60
73 18
sirso
750
6180
25 85
65 89
25 65
14 72
16 10
2J8
199 C7
22 05
8 Mi
Fis therefore considered bv the Court Uiat judgment be, and it is hereby entered against the aforesaid
tracts of land and town lots and pans of town lots, in the name of the Mayor aud Al mermen of the city of
Nashville Tor the sums annexed to each; being the amount or taxes, costs and charges, due severally thereon
for the ve'ar And it i ordered by the Court that sa d several town lots or parts of town lots, or so much
thereof as shall besunicient 01 eacn 01 luciu 10 me mavb, kuumais auuwu w iirciii n.- c.
be so d, as the law directs.
DAVID C. LOVE, Clerk.
BY Virtue or the above order, I, ANSON NELSON, Collector of the Public Taxes for the Corporation of the
Citv of Nashville, will oiler for sale, for cash, at tho Court-house Yard, in said City of Nashville, on the
FIRST MONDAY OF JULY, 1S60, and succeeding days, if necessary, the above mentioned and described
Town Lots" Pieces, or Parcels of Land, or so much thereof as will be suflicient of each of them to satisfy the
Taxes, Cosi's and Charges annexed to them severally. . . . .
Sale to commence between the hours of 11 and 12, A. M.
Jlav2l 1860 ANSON NELSON, Collector.
tPtnes, BrauDits, (Oflqrs.
aTriva & CO.",
IMPORTERS
Direct through the CuRtom-houseof Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, Portugal, Germany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, OIke Oil,
VKIWllCELtLtl, &ic &cM
Xo. 30 Kortb Market street,
(Next door above the Watson House,)
NASI. VIJLLE, TESKESSEC
WE have establisheda house In thlscityfor the
purpose of vending fine WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS, Ac, Ac, and keep constantly on hand sev
eral qualities of Vinos aud Srandies, which have
Lever before been imported into this State.
We import our Goods direct, (one ofour firm taing
in Europe much or his time.) and PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HCKEin the city , which Tact, we think , alone should
provethatwe . ,. .. - . '
Sell only Genuine Imported Goods.
OumockorDomestfcaod Havana Cigarslsvery
arge,to hicliwerespectfullyinTitetheattention o
he public Wealwaysguaraii tee every thine wesel
o be the pure article. We should be happy to re
eive a call from all dealers aud consumers when
hey visit the city, as we are ABLE AND DETEK
MINEDtooirerlhebestonnducemcnts. July28-tr - KTVA CO.
mwmwm.
NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL
Insurance Company.
Capital $10O,000! ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. 36, Corner or CedarStreet and the
Public Square,
tT7ILLtake risksagaiust Loss or dam
VV ace by Fire on Buildings. Goods. -"-S
j Waresaud Merchandize generally . Also , JjSjSn
; on SLipmcntsagalnstloas or damage by TfL
! Seas and Rivers, to and from all points. - - -j
ALSU Risks on Negroes against the dangersof
i tue River.
Dir-ECT0Ii3
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,?
ANTHONY W.VANLEEB, JOHN H. EWIN,
JOHN KIRKMA.V, - HUGH McCREA,
JAMES ruOffc. - JOSEPH EDWAKD3,
R. C. McNAliiY, . IRBY MOKUAW, .
VT. H. EVANS.
ALEXANDEE PALL President.
JAMES W.VI.K1CR, Secretary. (ugl8
CONCENTRATED POTASH.
Morttkan Doublet? Strenglhof Ordinary Polath
FOR making Soap withoatiime, with little trouble
andattrifliugexpense. The choapestarticle ever
discovered tot the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gaUwnsof good Sott soap, or Bine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will find it a superior
rbcleforcleaniugtype. Itie perfectly soluble and
free from Impurities. . '
. . RrokeuiusmalUumpsandput up iu 1,2, 4 and 6
fv can.
. Jtanufactnred at the CHALLENGE CHEillCAL
WOKK.S,BrookJynndsoldby - :
' K. DCRKEE CO..
t f.tA-dwly 181Pearlatreet.Kew Yorfc.'
B11LL.ET SEKD. ;
BT6HEL SMILLET, for sale tor Cash Xj
. a mn.tl T a TV a ODA1TV ff
UUU.AUU J AAaI 0 v n - V w
100
TENNESSEE MARINE -
AND
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital $150,000 all paid In.
OFFICE North-West Cornerorthe Public Square
Will ink risks a?aiustloss or damatra h tlra
on Dwellings and other Houses, Good? iu Store, Ac. :.
AtSO alarm anuruveruaxaruskoauui rom ail ports.
A I .so
Biskton NeyroesagainittlieDangeriof the
Haver.
DIKECTUK-t;
JOHN M. HILL. JOSlil'H VAULX
JAMESCORltEY. THOMPSON ANDERSOX.
JAMikS KL4LIS.
. N. E. ALLOWAY. " -.
W. S. KAKIN.
THnS.I..BA'.SFORD. 1
JOSEPH VAULX, President
--X W-BTJTLEB Secretary - - -- - oct2S'
a. u. F(x:g. -
ALKX. AIJJ-ON.
R. H. GARDNER.
Hungarian Grass Seed.u
JUST received; and fora.Ueat a low figure 600
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has beu He lee led with great care, and was rais
ed in the Noriiierc portion of Misbouri ia free from
dirt aud all imuaritiog.
aprll-tf MO . AIIZELL, HOOPER k Clt.
Selected Iau nip Coal.
THK finest lot of Selected Lamp Coal it to he
found at the uia V'crd, where It ia sold at the
oa price 12J ceo u per bualiel. Drop your orders
n Box Ho.4, P.O., and they will be promptly al
es ded te. - BA0L J. AUKEW,
eb-tf - Yrd Uck of H. 0. R. K. Depot.
NASHVILLE AiVD NORTH-WESTERN R. R. TAX SALES
" V" . STATE OF TENNESSEE. DAVIDSON COUNTY,
' -- - -r v - - - 1 CiRcriT Cocbt, Mat. Term, 1S60. . j; , f ,
TTTHEREAi?, AltSOH KELSON, Collector ofthe Taxes of th? Corporatl .n, of the City of Nash
V V . vilie, for the Nashville aud North Western Railroad Company, levie i iy vote oT the Pople, accor
ding to law; has reported t. Court the following Town Lots, and parts of Town Lots, as having beeu a53PSS
ed for Txea for the ye ir 1859 .-which Taxes are due and remain unpaid, andtlut tne respective own rs
and claimants thereof have no gooes or chattels, within the corporation, on wlueh he can aistraln for said
Tuxes. twwtt: s '
NAMES.
Alley V. .
Allen, Samuel M.
Allison, Robert V.
Armes, W. J.
Beech, John J.
Brassell, Theodore,'
Bugp, Samuel fl. .
Bell & Jones,
Blac k, William, heirs. "
Brandon. John
Bush.J.H.
Hush, J. H. and Thos. Elrkpatrick ,
Biashe.irs, Asa .
Cameron , Sarah
Callender, Thomas, estate, - ..
Charl.on, I r. James
Clark, Mrs. Eleanor J
Clagstou, 1 H. -, ;
Correy, Miss Eleanor,
Couch, G. W.
Coluit, John
Cowan, John W
CorbUt, N. P.
Currey, R. B ;
Dabbs A Portar,
Davis, Hilliard - ' -Davis,
Mrs Mary . -Deaderick
, Fielding
I'onnell.Tb4imas,
Donnell, deorge. (colored,)
Drew, Poll, , (colored,)
Driver, William, T ustee,
Dungy, Mary, (colored,)
Edmuudson, Jonn K.
Elliott, George
Klliston, Joseph T.
Evans, B. W. A R.
Faulkner, James T.
Jolts, James W.
Fly, Enoch
c -
ti
Fox, Mrs. Sarah
Garretison , Isaac
Gary.J.H.
Gleaves, Fall & Ewin, Trustees,
Gregory, Andrew
Green, Jonathan, heirs,
Harrison, H. H. ...
Harmer.Hay A Co.
Hays, Charles M.
Harris. Wiley, '(colored,) "
Harmon, Frank -
Harris, Miss Esther
Harris, Uiss Uien,M.
Hanks, Mrs. Ann F..
Hess, John W.
Hill, Mrs. Sarah
Hinton. Harrison B.
Hite, James
Hooper, Joseph,
Hyde, Ben, heirs,
Hyde, Tazewell, heirf .
Jackson, Rachel, (colored, )
Jonte, Fred., estate, .. . .
Keliey , Miss Ellen
Kirby John, estate,
Lanier, B., (lessee,)
Lamonte, Alexander,
i ii
Lamb, AngUFtua
I.vy, Heury '
Leaviit, Chartoa -
IJddell, J. H,
Lincoln, George W.
l.om;,JameS
McClaiu, Dr. Uii.whi
McC.y, Wi luun .
Hi-Pouald. James
Mcfc wen, Joseph H.,etate,
Mclntyre, Mrs. Sarah , '
McLaughlin, Thomas
Maney,Geo. and B.K.ilcKenniP,
Martin, Ralph
t - 14
Marling. H. C.
Marling, Pleasant
Martin, Frank
Mallory, C. W.
Meadows. James M., Jr.
Miller, George S.
Morris, Cynthia
Morris, Jesse
Morgan, Elizabeth "
Montgomery, Willis G. -?
Morton ft briggs,
Na8b, Edsall A Co.
Naylor, P.J.
Northern, S. W.
Owen, W. W
Osborne, James
Owen, J imes C.
Owen, Everett
0. borne, Joseph
Ottenvilie, Francis
Paul A Hill,
Pelway , Hoskins A Co
Perry , Richard " "
Porter, Reese W. -
Presbyterian ( h irch , (1st) Parsonage,
Quiun, M ri., 'trustee,
Robertson, Mrs. Ellen M.
Rowton, Sarah Ann
Rowton , Richmond
Satfarraus, Mrs. Susan
Samuels, Mrs. S. E.
Sanders, R. A.
Scott, Robert -
Singleton, Moses
Sigler, John
Smith, B. M. and Ann
Stevens, James
Steveusou, James B. '
Skip with, a P.
Skeggs, lhos. L.
Thomas, George
Thjmas.John L., estate,
1 hurmond, J. D. , eswte.
Tucker, T. G.
Vance, Morgan
Waluen, Heury V.
Wats n, W.Scott
W alker, Joseph B. - ,
Webster, J H. A F. G.
Wbyte, James C, heirs,
Whiuker, W. H.
White, James A -Willis,
Mrs. Julia H.
Williams ,Geo. (colored.)
Williams, R. N., estate,
Williams, O P.
Work, Martha, estate,
Wurts & Bnnnell,
Yonng, William
No. ofre-t No. of Lot Value.
' ' - ' I-
- - 70 35 - lsoo OuV
40 ,82 200
4 22 30
-147i t.2 19700
HO 241-244 - 1O10
- S3 66 1700 '
127 8 v 1130
1C0 S7-38 1700
: 82.! ' 48-49 10150 '
37 J Cherry St. - 250
47; 11 ' 280
30 ' . ; 250 -
109 1 . 620
- 100 -'- 10-11 700
60 163 3550
70 10 - 9000
. - 85 25-117 10350
40 57 . 600
60 128 7000
16 19 250 - .
10 6-7 - . 8-0
; 4 - 48 2470
113 50-180 2000
270 29-79 100
433 - 71-78 -1730 "
15 12-26-72 4240
30 , 180 2700
624 49-62 - 13480
49 161 2600
- . 150 19-20 ' 15o0
80 i 2-3 800 -
33 34 . 50
60 850 '
40 29 50 -
59 '87 iOO
90 154 1160
40 ' 22 2000
27 84 '600
62 104 F100
.207 100-101 3720
109 87- ' ' 800
33 - 28 . , 330 .
24 '24 9800
45 1 45)0 -
72 64-65 . 8. 0
60 6 160
2J0 , c- ' 2550
140 16.0
2H3 2-8-5 15 O
44 ,10 1600
40 - - 59 1 1.0)
122 - . S74-5 3-:60
SO 27 . 300
75 128 6000
17 143 5 0
97 10-11 4320
- 46 - 4 - - - - ' '700
... lR3i 61-P2-63 4250"
43' 67 430
60 162-3 9500
. - 3 20 ' 670 1
61 160
30 17-18 1800
50 27 - 6800 ;
120 84 12600
61 j; 161 800
. 82 '121 266
86 67 ' 8760
100 4-5-6-7 20tO
66 13 A00
0 130 '600
: '. . 30: S36 . 750 '
30 39 300
60 130 600
' 60 130 O0
17 16-17 1F60
121 17 - 480
40 137 2O00
70 -39 600
- 62 32 5510
. . S8j' 12 26200
24 " 10 " 3600
30 180 2700
CO : 8 1-3-4 , 1 00
--'-"HO M1S - " 1800
60 26 260
224 33--5 900
- 232 : 13-16 : . 63-.H) -
30 24 650
68 373-4 900 '
106 6 1160
12 6l 350
61 138 - 63 0
83 36-7-8 310
100 18-40 1090
66 10-11 . 720
3bM S9-.5
30 18 1400
60 11 1:700
42 62 14500
200 Market St. 2000 -
65 79 , 11800 ,
72 15 13250
- W i 155 -! 1SO0
- 30 1 700
30 - 300
193 4-5 4180
354 1-2-3 7000 .
45 - . 750
70 271-72 6 0 .
100 - 72 600
188 1-2 1670
114 800
60 : 19 - 600 -
100 2-3 600
5 t3 - 625
68 .. 1000
' 21 105 . 45' O
49 89 400 "
40 15 2600
60 " 800
76 14-15 - 760 -157
7-8-9 . 1800
68 16-16 660 '
.48 93 , 2380
1 acre 3000
"80 12 7200
- 35 28 350
62 7-8 500
80 78 10500
90 42 8300 '
181 .39 18750
40 . 200
40 .400
25 1 2750
40 7 1000
475 19 600
- SO 15 300
.38 3790
60 27 7610
100 104 19500 .
40 9 320
20 174 6500
23K 8 . 660
70 82-171 4100
65 14-7 1360
30 175 250
- - 6fl - Summer st 1300 '
40 3 2350 .
60 ' 1050
36 14 200 -
73f 8 7300
40 37 " 900
60 25 . 1000 -
98 21 1960
33 4 330
20 12 4900 ;
30 29-30 65K) .
35 104 : 6000
30 X 7 3660
45 ' 2 ' 4050
35 2 1500
59 145 15)0
101 370 700
50 3 . 1700
56. 44 . 7300
76 42 . 9150
. . 62 47 800
46 i -64 1100
61 174 14000
843 77-78-79 1215
.60 250 '
Tax-
TotaL
t li l 00 I 50;
1 :5!
3 44'
134 4.'
7
1 4
7 641
12 48!
69 61 J
1 69;
19 24!
6 4o:
4 19;
4U
30 7j!
61 30;
69 80;
4 061
47 2i
1 691
6 4-!
19 70!
60 96!
78 23
91 00!
17 65 i
10 13
5 4"l
6 74j
5 74!
1 69i
1 35
7 77
13 .M)
3 3
71 69
2 23
66 15
3n as
6 li
1 60!
40 60 j
17 511
30 U4S
8 lo!
22 02 1
2 03:
4) 60
3 44
29 lo
4 2
7 44
10
8 19
139 22
11 95
17 23
IS 3
17 23
74 26
6 44
23 j-9
10 15
8 f 4
e 5.
35 45
66 o5
7 61
8 80
52 00
44
10 15
24 46
f5 71
22 98
95 75
22 34
14 88
10 '6
10 41
10 4'
.6 44
9 10
1 62
18 25
8 13
76 44
6 98
71 90
t5 13
10 63
6 25
29 39i
2 911
C5 18;
3 Wi
IS 60 r
12 15j
39 I5
t5 05;
6 40;
2 78
70 64
18 60
4 05
4 05 1
6 07i
2 08
4 1-5
4 051
11 14
3 26
13 5-i
6 4
40 60
170 85
41 f 6
9 10;
12 151
1 69!
6 421
84 12
. 7 69
69 88
8 60
18 25
16 90
43 90
89 90
10 15
7 48
75 29
18 25
8 80
- 8 K0
10 82
6 78
8 0
8 80
15 69
8 00
18 15
10 16
45 15
181 60
46 60
8 Si
16 90
6 44
11 17
35 921 43 67
4 39! 9 14
6 07! 10 fi
7 83 12 6
2 361 7 11
7 48 81 23
17 49! 31 71
9 45 1 It 2)1
85 7
7 8
13 50
169 09
9 7
6 73
2 Oo
29 19
41 00
6 39
4 US
8 3
11 2K
40
05
41
6
75
70
6
4
6
3
6
30
2
18 55
6 4
6 13
12 5
4 4
17 t8
20 25
48 0
2 37
3 3
70 88
66 03
126 67
1 3S
2 7
18 90
6 75
4 05
2 03
25 6
60 63
181 53;
2 17
48 ?4
27 7
9 12
1 19
8 77
15 fc6
7 10
15 10
4 3
6 0
6 75
13 24
2 23
41 63
i7 13
00 -
24 74
27 6
10 13
10 13
4 72
90 48
102 62
IS 25
173 84
14 63
10 4S
6 7
33 -4
45 75
10 14
8 0
7 13
10 03
1) 15
8 80
10 15
8 29
11 60
35 13
7 45
23 b0
11 16
9 88
10 90
M 21
21 63
.5 K
f3 35
7 12
8 13
75 63
60 7
131 32
6 10
7 45
23 65
11 60
8 to
6 73
30 35
55 88
1.6 28
6 82
63 09
32 42
13 87
6 f4
13 Si
20 J
11 65
19 65
64 13
10 68
11 60
17 99
6 98
48 28
41 88
38 50
29 46
32 8)
14 88
14 88
9 47
129 27
6 4'
7 43
94 60
8 2
1 69
131 02
10 15
12 18
99 15
13 OS
6 44
IT is therefore considered by the Court that ju 'gtnent be end it ia hereby entered against the aforesai 1
tracts or land and town lets and part of town lots, in lhe ame of the Miiyor and Aldermen of the ciiy
r Na-bville, for the sums annexed to each; being the amount or taxes, costs and charges, due severally
'hereon for the ye tr. And it ia ordered by the Court that a hi several town lots or parts of town 1 ts.orso
much thereof as shall "be sufficient or each or them to satisfy the taxes, costs and ch ire.-s annexed to them
severally, be sold, as the law directs. DAVID C LOVE, Clerk. -
BY virtue of the above order, I, ANSON NELSON, Collector of the Public Taxes Tor the Corpr.ratt"n or the
Citv of Nashville, will oftr for sale, for cash, at the Coort-t.ouse yard, in said City of Xasbvuie,on th
FIR-T MONDAY IF JULY. I860, and succeeding days. If necessary, the above mentioned and described
Town lAts, Pieces or Parcels n( Land, or so much thereof as U1 be sufficient of each of them to satisfy the
Taxes, Costs and Charges annexeo to them severally. . ''
traJSale to commence between the hours of 11 and 12. A. M.
wfy 21,1660. ' ANSON NEtON, Collector. :
JHttsir. Dims, ML
New, Steinwav Pianor
At Iiuclrti lluslc Store, :
He. 45 Union atreet -
THIS Instrument is warranted new , .
and notsixty days rrom the man- fL J
ofactory ,as will be seen on examiua- ff"fl OfT
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's If U f "
price, without additional charge for freight. - Tio- '
in want of a Piano will find tt totoeir interest -call
and examlao it before purchasing .
JOHN LUCK."
mn7-tf ' Musie Dealer. 45 Coi.
miT.
PUE3IIUM PIA50S.:
T A. McCLURE has for sale 60
J Piaae Fortes from celebrated r -
makers. Stein way A Sons, A. H. Gale
A Co. . Hazelton Bros. . Peters . Craze
ft Co., and others, consisting of S and 6,7 andj)i
Octaves, and ranging in price from SlOOto $600, all
warrented In every respect. Persons purchasing
rrom him will hot pay from $25 tn $75 more than it
they gave an order to P kolas for an instrument
that they neither see aor hear until it is put up in
their parlor. When itisaomotiuaes very hard to find
an Instramentthatpleaaesis every particular when
vou have a dosen or more te select from, Is it at all
likely you would be pleased In baying by order
Also in store the largest Stock of 8heet Musie Books,
and smalt Music Instruments ever offered la the
Market, and will be sold lower than by any
other houseinlheCity, Cctneto33 fjnionstreetand
be convinced. v; - J.A.MoCLCRE. '
' iuaeM-tr i m . '. y. . .
Flays! iFlaiTn FlaB.li! : .";
N0THINO adds so much to the Rpeearance of a
Profession of Sunday School Child m asa Flag
luuie band ef every little boy and glr. LUCK ts
now prepared to feraMi them ia any qaaiitity, at 27
CiUege etrett, ep atalrs over Stueldj' Aocttott Smo.-
v granspirrtaltcne
Savannah Uovilc
NEW YORK.
Great Reduction in Rates ol Passage.'
2
Sew Arrangement of
. -non : 15
New Or leans... ....$39 75
Mobile. 35 00
Montgomery....... 25 00
Columbus ........1 21 00
Albany 23 00
Macon 20 00
Throngn Tickets X
raoM
..$31 75
... 7
X5 00
Memphis...:...
Nashville .... ..
Chattauooga ...
Kooxviile S5 it.
Atlanta 21 00
Augusta....'...... 17 50
, Baggage checked through by the Muihattan Ex
press Com any ee the Central Rliroad Cars, anil de
bvered anywhere In New York M vicinity
- j (ha. apieadid and coam dious BIDE-WHEEL
- SfEAM.iHIi-S.
AUGUSTA,' ' 1600 UniaM........Cjpt Woo hu'.L
FLORIDA, i....MoO ...... Isaac CroweU
ALABAMA,.. .100 ....... Geo JUichcnek
Leaving Savannah every SATURDAY, erryiog the
. Uuited riUtea Mail.
These Steamships belong te the Old Established and
favorite hue kuown aa tue New York aud gavanuth
tteamiilp Kavigalija Compaay,ad wero built ex ,
preealy for this liue, they are c mmaa-lei by expe.
neueod, skillful, careful and pouU officer ; and in
comfortable accoramodaltokS and fara cannot be ex
celled by any vessels oe toe coast. - ' - .
- . Throned Tickets are aold ia ' " l
kew Orleans by , . . R. Guides, 90 Gravter st u
Halule br - ' ' ' " ' Cox. BaalAKO A Co..
Columbus by - 8. H litLU, tgaat tiarudoa i
KXprvse ana . m., uiti w, juuiroea i.-vnci
at ail other poiau by conneeting Kahroad ln.kw
Ac ems. -- 'i
! JOHK B. WILDER AG ALL1E. . ,
-'-! i - - Agents, avannab ' '
i " 8AMII. MrtCHUX .ft 4ON, k -
ANDREW WI ND' S
ADVERTISING AGENCY .
133Nassanst.,next donrtntbe vsssanBank, Y.,
is the Acentfor the Na.onvif.tJi Patriot jind t'ue best
circulating Journali o the Uaitedi tales, Ca nadasand
West Indies. . - v
He is othorize to rcceiveadvertisementiforat
atourprtbUsAeei rate
KRADV'S
Publishing House.
NEW BOOKS.
- . cts.
CAN0NlJrRY10USF,by G.W .51. Reynolds jiriri SO
ADA ARUNDKI.. - 50
OLIVIA .orthe Vfaif of Honor , 50
CHART EY FOX'S KthiopiapSongBoot... ........ 13
GEORCECHRISlVSroke Book.Xo.2 13
THE PATRIOI CRPTSEF .by 4ylvannsCnbb-Jr... 25
THE MAMAC'PSECRl-T. ' .. 25
TH E MA1DOFTHE RANCH E,by Dr J .H .Rebinson .26
Sen t.'ree o f postage ti receipt o t price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No J.26 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted . iug3-tf w
copper ...
distilled
whiskey
St Lr(mis, iMo.
Julius H. Smith'sX
w
I
Tt:tlH 17. v'Tnitira
mnj V s w w
CELEBRATED
Old Reserve
.WHISKEY
- - '
t. Jouis, Mo.
THE undersigned, sole proprietors of ibe above
brands or Whisky, would respectfully caution
tbeirfrlendsand customers against thenumerousim
tatlonsoftbese well known brands.
The spurious irtlclc isin variably a aefariouscom
pevnd , whereas we guaranty the genuine, nianufac
ured nvby ourselves ,to bef reeJrom allobuoxious
tngredient.
UEUrilOLD.SMI'I II & CO.,
136 and ISSNorth Second street,
apr22-tf St. Louis. Mo
Baltimore Bel! tud Brass Works
No. 53
Eolliday St.
EALTIjJOBE,
31J.
lt..v.A..i & WEBB,
Keep on hand and ro.tke to order,"
BELLS
OF every size and tone, varyingfrom 10 to 10,000
FOCnds, wuli h are wBrrauled III all respeots
equil to any ma lo in the G rifTur Also, manufac
ture cvry variety r r.ss K uceis. fr Water,
Steam an i Gas. Also, Brass asllil 8, Babbitt's aud
Anti-Friction Metal, al tof wb ch ia sold upon pieaa
lug terms.
Send for a Cataloctx ad Price List.
- marl8-d6m
Jasper lira noli Railroad.
Office Vasb. a C hat . 'IailroadCo. 1
October 3,1859.
BYorderoftbn B tard of Directors Cilia are mar
on the stock of the Company sub -r.rioed
building a branch road from Briogeport to Ja
payable t the rrjasareri'.fthisi.ompany asiollo
One dollar on etch share o the 1st of Noveii: b
1859, and two dollars on each share on the 1st da
o December, 189, J mu try , -February ; Mire
April, May, June,. Julv . tuust, September , O
beraud November. 1 60. .
Payment may n ad ;to Jacksen Pryor.st ai
per, orto the Treasurer at his oftice in Nasuville'. .
Prompliieesin taeeting these calls is requested
the subscribers -f t'ck,as the construction of th
road depends ex ilusively on the means provjde.
specifically fort hi' t purpose.
oct4 ti VV. A. GLEAVES. Treasure
FRESH ARRIVALS.
SEED COH, SEED 01TS AXU POTATOES.
A.j eTk-ins,
No. 14 South Market street.
NASliVIL,.,:, T X V tSEE,
has now in work 7
FfC BUSHELS prime Northern Corn rorSe-d.
tjKJKj 5o0 do. Pennsylvania Oats "
1,000 do. " Missouri (aU "
200 barrels early Nesbaunock Potatoes.
Also, to arrive por stumer i. e. Ruuyan:
600 busuols Hungarian Grass Seed.
200 " - Millet Seed.
F-rsaleby - A. JFn'KIN,
- mar3-lf No. 14 South Mark t street.
New Yoik Tiauos.
T. II. C II A 31 BERS'
PIANO JTORTES.
Eatabliabed ln182S.
tt, ii.. ciiTjeiuiiixs,
Piano Manufacturer,
(Formerly Dubois & Swart, aud Duboit, Bacon A
wiamoers,;
Tareroom In ttte'UIble aTortsie,
Cor. 8 tli street and 4tl Aveuue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This Is a reliable place n purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perfect atiafactioij
guaranteed.
N. B. c?end lor a circular, with description of
styles and scuedule of prices. mir6-aua.
Express to tlarksville.
THS S..uuiirn Express Com pan v resoectfullv n
J. nouce tuatth-v are now raimiug MKasa cxa
through to Clarksville, via. E. A K.and M. C. i
Kail cars, an i ae prepared to furward t- th a place
end intervening poiuls wuh promittneSfano dispuch
all goods U j.ua il sent by express. They m 1.1 als-
rorwardtuail places ou staae routes, cooueciiig
with the above Rii.ru ids. Bil IS, ujle., dial la, eC,
cvuecteu in i prompt return ma le.
utficeii'o.lw PabUe -iore. - -febll-tf
A K. tiUi-T, SuperinteadenW
RAT ES. QF AO VERTfSl KG
" " (Ta Lore ei'ba j ass to 'orrrrrTtt"a SQoiia.)
One Squire l flj.-ei oo estihad'alitiertle -
.. " a week , 3 OO achad'a taquare
1 taocth G oO
2 1 " . 00
3 - t2 0
1 6- - lit OO
12 . 25 00
4 4
60
60
S 00
S $0
4 64
0r
0J
1C 0
nnesquare,orevear.$30 eai-tadditionai.-quar' 10
Written notice must be given tntake oot-od stop
advertisements t yearly vdvartisra before tbeyear
expires. otherwise weshallcharget 'dooe. -r
Nocontract ofvearly dvertiseiiibt. "'Se(Ji."Con-
tinued witbonnirevinarnflticr tnus.norwillaay.Jjiarge
be made for less than one year at be yearly rates.
- S-Advertiserf exceedirf tiitf-tt contiae
ed for willbeshargedforthe izeese 'iA
lIfiD-!0r!ie
From YISCHER.OWEJf ft CO. , General Advertiaiajr
, House ,Appleton Building ,346 Broadway
New-York.
LIGHT ! LIGHT ! LIGHT ! !
DIETZ""&;C0.,
xaxcTAcrcKK or i Mraovao
Kerosene, Camphece, FInid," and Oil and
GAS FIXTURES,
ia VABiocssTTtsSASO runsa.
C il A ft El. I E I S,
XiDtTOOUIirOl
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PIBUC BrU-PINO
.no. 132 William 3treetiear Fulton, New-York,
febo tiy
-Steamboats.
I860
A Winter Arrai
I860
DAILY r.MVE
U. S. MAIL
JP .A. O ly h T S;
fVi-i 1
IN CONNECTION WITIJ
asbville and ( a.fanoop :?
TeHnessecand llabnmit Eai'r
. AND THE
Louisville &AaliviII Railroad
'IiHEtol'.owlog splendid sloan.er emnprise -1
:tne, md leave VashviUedaily tor St. Iui lola
rrteau8D'UllUD1 ' 'lc'b 'C-lll, aempbisand New
Steamer MINNET0N.. A
Uauiiki.l, .aster, j, " u. . j.
Leaves Nashville every Mon--.-UiSiS."-?
day at li o'clock. X. mZzS'
SteamerC E.HIU.MAN.
okkitt, Master, jt
LeavesVasbville every Tueg- k
uay at 4 i-ih k . P. M. tc2
Steamer 3T .CLOUD,
si. Master.
Leaves Nashville on Wednea -s-nLwIi.:
,,,ys.itl2o'cIK;k, M. ,
Steame r M I X KTONK a
. Dasrieu, Master, ji j"'i
LeavesVasiivilleevery Thurs-f-sJrf4il
eaj at 12 o'clock, M. Sg;
Steamer B. M KCNYAN.
biilikk, .Master,
vcfl t-jsn -ue ou triuays
uu'i'igc(,r 1.
SteamerST. CLOUD.
Sia, if aster , uj,' i .
LeavcsXashvilleoverySaiur E!C?Zirr?J5fci
day at Ii o'clock, li. -rM
These steamers con nectat PaducaL wuh the Mo
and Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with the illinms Ceulrti
Railroad, an.) at St. l.ouis with the Uiraourlaud u.
Missi-sipp i River Packets, auo are equal loan j steaA
ersaU'ialforsarcty ,speed and conilori.
augu-tf. a. Hamilton, Agent -
CAIN & COllJM EL,IUtS.
Funeral; Undertakers,
- - - -
dowses It; spirits y .j'acnlw0..
V'ttr" rlVi3 ?-3itSis s: past a
8. 8. so yle mrMx.attmm
BOYLE & f!0.:
No. 59 Second Street
CINCINNATI, OHIO ;
IMPORTERS OF -
Foreign Llqnorit fc Wlucs, Dlatlllerj-
..i.uumtiurcri oi isrmndiee,
Wines, Cordialu, Kltterc, have
constantly ou hand v u-ious grades or pure Boar
bouandKye Whli ky, Peacbandtp.
pie Itrandy; also. Karataria and Kew
England Ituin, Jtc. Sole manufacturers of
tbecelebr.ted MCoae tVliIaky. -
3- Ageiitffor Frd.Gonle'sJapajieseBittera.'
aprll-datf . - - -
L ft e (13 M
BUTTER,
TlftlQTHY SFFD
Blue and . Herds Grass 'Sc".
m.m. -m m mm m i-w m If. 99
L U s JSi I o I Ii
Lib oil; :. '
Star Candles, Baconi
"taow. cu11,ec-uBe, Broena, Bucket
O Tub, Crackers, .c, c. .
- a- " vniiiwiuf auppiHMi eita
cou8igouiet,uor the above and other arU-lea ol bin
Produce and MauuLccturu
raoso vCAUTTToeasrptMioa.aud raicxv ia low -Ottered
by any bouse tu Ino city. .
Cous:gumnta ftnaeasee Produce sold and -;
tarns made promptly . ,
ROBERT M00RE, -
. .- , COHMiasION UARCHAKl - f
oct24-t 49 Walnat street, Clncinnaii,Otip.i;
W. W. HALIER & CO.,
', DEALERS IS '
BUILHD S ,
; S--:-'-.v";'' - -AND ;. -i-.i V:-.-a
; "
.C A;S K E T S,
v No 49 Cliurcit Street, . j . r ;
THE BAR niOLF MACHINE
HAS a larser nd er aahed tabid Ahn aa
t3 mcbl ,
; -S.GUkf trrei. Opposite Bewanee Hont
t-- - - --t-.
o
SMUT eA0HI.Vt, HOlR PACK IRS, BRAN CCS
. AtJttS, GUktlh 1'ttIVH .N AvfcK 1ULA2L0 vv
- . " BOLTING Ci-OIH , ; ..
- " MAVrACTT!KD Of ruKTABUI " . - ""
mmm m ' bolth; flour mil
nOKN tnd Feed Mills of all ait8 b-th "opner ait '
t.-.. . 1. 1 . . . : . .
WBIV417. ihniivib. "... i a iiu miNiailf J . T 4
gines , ttollem, Gearia; , e ., furniobed in .rder , e tw
urr of Webtcra Row end Saronit at. "
: Milis ran be aeen ia operaiion at o tVamotr -
.- aa.l3-iy ' . . ' ,
. t J. il'-a
Frcsa Frnits all lie Tear!
-i TUXS YEOJIAXi'
R TJ I T B 0 ,T T L S ,
Fir unirr, contkniexce, txsjnr axih
SA ETY, is uoe mailed for pres rvin 1 "" m
f.-ea 1 4Wte. ia any climate ,b Indeiinite iuj. Ka;
uig us-J tAe.4e BiKtles, we a tee exoeti.tiy
convenient ndj ii-t thethuig wsste. ; .
. Ja J. liiOdASjlttKiaerot rural ACiira.
: For dea -rtive au prie cirufaiw; aarei rj
Wtiworta, Wayne touuiy, .-tw fr.
uretur, at 1
uiajta eu-aSt
-" ' FOE SALE BY .r 5
' apr21-ir BAINS, ZZQTS CO. .
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