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PUBLISHED DAILY, TEI-T7EEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A. S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADESICE: STREET.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. MONDAY JULY 9 I860.
NEW SEEIES NO. 1416.
Duly, per annum.. ...I 00
Tri-weekiy, perusaa,.... . OO
Weekly, per annum,.... S 00
- One Weekly for twoyeara.ortwo Week"" iea
for one year, in advance,. ...... ...... 6 00
When the Daily ,Tri-Weekl"y, or Weekly Is to be
discontinued paid in advance at the time aobscr ibed
or), the subscriber mustorder.otn9 rwise it will be
continued, at our adoption, until paid for and stopped,
f not paid, it mast be paid at the time of diseontino
nce.or at onroption. If the party ia good, it will be
lent until paid.
Remittances by mail, in "registered " letters, at
our risk. .
' American anil Foreign
E. AHIH0HY, . .
208 Broadway, KeW York.
After May let, 18C0, 501 BROAD WAY, two
doort from the SL Kichda Hotel.
The Stereoscope Is the most inttntctiac. interesting,
nUrtaining, amusing, and exciting of modern invea
lons. . None are fee young, none too did, none too intelli
gent, none too uneducaUil, to acKnowieage iu worm
No home is complete without it, and it must and
w.U penetrate everywhere.
It presents to your tww every ir -"j
i n all the relief, boldness, perspective, and sharpness of
detail, as ii you were on tne po
Photographers are everywhere exploring Europe,
Asia, Africa. America, in searcn oi me Kranu rn.ua
tn. bcauli- -it, aua uw renuu of
We hare an immentse variety of paper Views of
Scenes !n pans, London, England, t-couaua.ireiana,
Wales , France , Belgium, Holland .Switzerland , Spain ,
The Khine, Versailles, M- noua. cooiawcumu.
Tiullenes, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, the Holy
Land, China, India, Crystal palace, alo Groups His
torical, amusing, marriage scenes, breakfast scenes
pic-nics, statuary, &c ice. An apiiriU UKirtM
of Illuminated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and Oa
tbedrals of Prance, Italy, Ac. Ac. The effect o
these illuminated views is most remarkable.
Ktskt liKsnxMAS of wealxh asb Bins. Ta-fTE
should have in bis drawing room some of our ex
quisite views on glass, with a revolving stereoscope,
shown ? 12, i, So or 100 scenes. Nothing can be
more fascinating, and one can oiler no greater treat
to a friend fond of the picturesque and the beautiful.
Anthony's Instantaneous Stereoscope Views are the
latest Phc-jograptuc wonder. They are taken In the
fortieth part of second, and everything no matter
mom rapidly it mag he muring, is depicted as stoarply
and distinctly as if it bad been perfectly at rest.
Ttus gives an additional value, for to the beauties
of inanimate nsture t adds tke ckarm of life and ma
lum. The process is a discovery of our own, and
being unknown in urope,e we revive rrom Indon
and Paris Urge orders lor Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other thing we have just published Stere
oscopic Illustrations of the Scene of the Fraos
-tkxst Pkaw Msktisgs, In which many hearts feel
an interest. The particulars or this will be found
la "our catalogue. . . ,
Orn CTau;c of subjects and prices will be for
warded toany address on receipt of a stamp.
Partis at a distance sending us A3. Si, SlO.Sla
110, or 26 can have a good instrument and such
pictures as hey may request, sent by Express.
Views alone, (without instrument) can be sent by
1'arties who wish to be advised of everything real
ly valuable ia the line that comes out , may send us
their names to place on record, and wiU keep them
ported at our own expanse.
Ueu of leisure will find Photography a most fasci
nititg and delightful amusement. We are prepared
to ht out amateurs with everything necessaay for
their success together with instructions "How to
take Mereoacouc Pures." R AHTH0HT
Importer and Uanuracfirer of Photographic Ma
terials, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Views.
iscrcbauts from every section or the country
are respectfully invited to make an examination of
our slJtt, as our discount to the trade will be lib-
f"r"l Frotograpliers. cUss stereoscoiuc Ne
ttri wautcd. .
end by mail a print unmounted, with price or ne
. C.B.BE0WX, A.J.UOOPEK. 0. 1UZELL.
AND DEALERS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS, TOBAC
CO, CIGARS, SNIFFS, ic,
Noa. 6 and 8 Market Street,
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WISES, &c.
sTE hvein storeand for sale cheap to the trade-
Hibbls.Jo. Nowsom's celebrated Whisky.
65 bbis. Old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bbls. Old Kye a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rye Warranted Pure.
85 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 halt barrels Cherry Brandy.
i!5 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holiitad Gin.
75 bbla. American Bran.ly.
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wine.
With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, Sc.
Jan9-tr BkB MIZEU HOOPER fc CO.
"I TE bave in store, and for said cheap, a Urge as
VI sortment of Safes, which for durability, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
1UZEIX, HOOPER CO.
jan9-tf B a v No.'s 68 Market Street.
A Full and Choice Slock of Dry Goods at Co
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
U P to the time of receiving Spring Goods we will
offer our entire stock of STAPLE and FANCY
COST FOR CASH.
Our object in doing this is to reduce our present
stock as much as possible before getting new goods.
I'p to that time all who wish to bny cheap goods
will do well to call on us at No. 22, South side or the
K. R. OLA3COCK. Q. B. NKWSOM.
GLASCOCK & NEWSOM
Oice, CoOege St., next door to JferckanU'Bank,
Dealers in and Agent for thepurchaaa and
Bentia? Houses or Land in the city or coun
ilViii also o-ive their undivided atten
tion to the Collection of Claims, Xegotia
Hon iioans, sc., etc.
E. R. GLASCOCK
WILL attend to allsas of Property of every
desscriptuto either in town or country.
if(ii Tips Wanted.
fT'IIE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com-
1 . ... J A AAA rLl l t D Tift fe2
X pan y- wmo locoomcuur ut vuv
TlBi,reetloiig, 6inches thica,weii hewn, to race
at narrowest place not leas than 8 inches clear or
Brk timber to be sound ; to be delivered a tthe g rade
line of the road ia Nashville.
Tbecon trac tors wanttocont-actf or 30,000 WHITE
' or PopT-oAK. TIES of the same sue as the ove,to
b delivered ontne line or the road in piles from
section 14 to section it, enough on each section to
supply the same.
Persons wiaLing to bid willdirect tothe President
and Directors of the Nashville and Norm-western
KaiiroadCompony iaahville .Tennessee.
uly21-tf , .
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS tOU TUE
Sale aud Purchase of Negroes,
At Xo. 16 Cedr tttreet.
Between Public Square and Commercial Uotel,
tec29-tf NstnliTllIet Teiin, '
HATING every facility i the way ot workmen
and material to do first rate work with despatch;
1 will contract for Tinning roots, either m the city
orcouutry.al low rates, and ia every case warrant
BOisfacuoV. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, c.
Atoo, Galranixed Iron Cornices, Ac.doBein the best
manner. J. W. WILSON,
Opposite Sewanee House.
Va. 11YEUS A CO.,
. -tviiolcMle CoafetUsaers,
No. 52 Main St., Cincfxiuati, O
MA N L'F ACTCBER3 of superior quality. Candies
or all kinds, Gum Urops, Lozenges, iar Toys,
French Confectionary, Fancy Candy and syrup. Also,
dealers ia Fruits, NoU, Sardines aud Fire Works,
mario-cm " '
. Exlra Family Floor. . ;
1 pr f BARRELS Extra Family Floor , manafactor
10 U ed from choice While Wheat, to arrive to-
a. THizKU,, HOO?gR fc CO U
f BOXES Cabinet Champagne; 85 Baskets Hdd-!Ui,J-
reeeved ad tor oaUby -' - ,
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
F O R S A L E;
to make other! n vestments, pr
V V poeetosellallourRealEstatciuUaviiUoBeo.,
That Suburban Residence, ;
sitnatedon the Franklin Turnpike, witbin halfa mile
of the city , and opposite the residence of the late Jo
seph W. Uorton.- This is, perhaps, the most com
manding site ia the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
most desirabiecoantry residence . The house will be
sold with 12 or lftacres ofland as thepurchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
known astheSirosTract .situated on the Smith Turn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash-
VUie,oonuiningou acres, me tuint(;uwi,iio:i
watered and timbered, aud can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards , all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
garden sand dairy (arms. Also .that
onaame road , now occupied bj T.C. McCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
abont 250 acres. Thisplaceis so well known as to
need no further description Itwillalso bedivided
to suit purchasers T.C. McCampbellw llshowtbese
places to anyone who willcall.
AUtlie above property will be sold on reasonable
termsnd one creditor one ,two,three and fonr
Apply to A. T.S.Lindsley, Nashville ,or to either
Six miles' rom Nashville.
J. A . JtcCAMPBELL,
For tke Consideration 0 Sensible People
FIDDLING about is not the practleeofDr.il ESECK.
He understands the disease at once and cures.
He hates long tampering around and long running
bihs,batsticksto an honorable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payments. Cases given op . by
other Physicians are often cured by Dr. Hcseck
OfSce on College street, corner oi lane. . .
m. c. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
Corner Cedar stud Clierrw ate.,
RESPECTFCIXY solicitsconsignmenteof Merchan
diseof allclasses. Satisfaction Kiven to consign
ees 2nd purchasers as nearly as possible. Consign
ees of goods to this market willtindmy auction rooms
welluuedup,andthe goods will be sold withoutce
lay and the uiuney paid over forthwith.
N.B. NozooUs bouehtorsolden my ownarcoknL
CLargesreasonable aud liberal advances made on
W. A. JOILNSOX Ac CO.,
CARONDELE1 STREET 27
. KiK&rjiiicx. a. v. aavias. . aiasraiucK.
KIRKPATR1UK & CO.,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING 3IERCUAXTS,
No. 27 XiTCHEZ STHCET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
NliW OULEA.S I.A.
J. & C. 11EAK1RT,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, 0hi.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted color.
Wire Heddlei and Jramea,
Steel Seeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, fce.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT O
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, ftc, &c, &e.
Ambrot ypes and Melaneotfpes,
THE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
Gallery, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptype Picture ef deceased persons can her
be coppied and thrown up to the Life Site Portraie
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HCGHES.
Principle and sole proprietor of the Mclaneotype
right in Masuv Hie. nov21-tr
If You Want a Hot Fire
Orders Can be Left ia Boi 94, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AG NEW.
MORE NEGROES IN A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
ameng which may be found every SHADE of the
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Cuion Street.
apr21-tr J. W. LANG LEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 82 CHAMBERS ST., HEW YGKZ,
WOULD notify the Trade that they are opening
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS,
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 tale.
JO Orders promptly attended to
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, ttc.
THE UNDEBS1G NED IS NOW SELLING OCT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, 1'ipes, Machine
ry, Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flouring Jiili, known
At Nashville ; parts or parcels of the same will be
sold to suit purchasers
AT VEBY REDUCED PK1CES.
Persons desiring to purchase are referred to
Turner S. Foster, Esq ., or James Corbett, at ash
viile.Teun. TUuS-J FOSTER.
. . Coccesssors to Junes h Hooper,) -
. DEALERS 15. ;i ! j.
PAINTS, OILS, PERFUMERY
F AXCY i. O O 1 S,
Ho. 21 Cedar street,
. . . . . -' '-' 'tt t
Dealers and Pliyiiciana
SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL " TERMS
r . FOR CASLL-a
febft-tf ... ,
. SavannuU Woutc
n e w; y'o r k..
Creat Redaction ia Sates pi Passage.
rt6rlf. iT ii
Sew Arran;ement of Tarough Ticket! !
... 27 75
... 25 00
... 25 50
.. 21 00
... 17 60
New Orleans. ...... $39 75
Mobile 3d 00 I Nashville ...
Montgomery....... 26 00 Chattanooga
Columbus 21 00 Knoxville...
Albany 23 00 Atlanta,
Macon.......: 20 00 ! Augusta.....
Baggage checked through by the Manhattan Ex
press Company on the Central Builroad Cars, and de
livered anywhere in New York or vicinity
By the splendid and commodious SIDE-WHEEL :
AUGTSTA, 1500 tons ..dpt. WoodhuO.
FLORIDA 1,300 " Isaac Crowell.
ALABAMA,.. 11,300 Geo JtJSchcnek
Leaving Savannah every SATURDAY, carrying the
United States Mail.
These Steamships belong to the Old Established and
favorite line known as the New York aud Savannah
Steamship Navigation Company, and were built ex
pressly for this line, they are commanded by expe
rienced, skillful, careful and polite officers ; and in
comfortable accommodations and fare cannot be ex
celled by any vessels on the coast.
Through Tickets are sold in
New Orleans by B. Geddes,90 Oravier str
Mobile by Cox, BaautaRO & Co.,
Columbus by S. H.Hui, Agent Harndon's
Express and J. M. Brviss, Railroad Ticket Ageut, and
at all other points by connecting' Railroad Ticket
JOHN R. WILDER b GAIXIE.
Agents , Savannah
gAM'L. L MITCUILL SON,
marS-tl Agents .New York .
New Steinwav Piano
At Luck's Music Store,
Ne. 45 Union street.
rriHIS Instrumentis warranted new
I ui not sixty days iroui tne man
ufactory , as will be seen on examina-
tion. I will sell at mannfacturer's
price, without additional charge for freight. Tho
ia want or a Piano will And it to their interest
call and examine it before purchasing.
ma.l7-tf Music Dealer, 45 Unma
J A. McCLURE has for Bale 50
Piano Fortes front celebrated
makers .Stein way M Sons, A. II. Uale
&Co..Hazelton Bros.. Peters. Craitg
k Co., and others, cousutingof 6 and 6,7 and 7i
Octaves, and ranging in price from alOOto $600, all
warranted in every respect. Persons purchasing
from him ill hot pay rrom S26 to $75 more than it
they gave an order to a PsoLam for au iustrumeut
that they neither see nor hear until it is put up in
their parlor. When it is sometimes very hard to llud
an Instrument that pleasesin every particular when
you haveadoxeuor more to select from, is it at all
likely you would be pleased in buying by order
Also in store the largest Stock of Sheet Music Books,
and small Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market, and v'U bo sold lower than by any
other bouse in the City. Ccmeto33 Union streetand
be convinced. J. A. MrtXUKK.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
"JvyOTHlNG adds eo much to the appearance of a
J Procession of Sunday School ChilJxcu as a Flag
iuthe hand of every little boy and gir. LUCK is
now prepared to ruruish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over SniehU' Auction Ko m
Hungarian Grass Seed
JUST received, and lor sale at a low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion or Missouri is free from
dirt aud all impurities,
aprll-tr MO MIZELL, HOOPER k Co.
Selected Lump Coal.
THE finest lot cf Selected Lump Coal Is to be
found at the Jitna Yard, where it is sold at the
ow price o 121 cents per bushel. Drop your orders
n Box No. 94 P.O., and they will be promptly at
ended to. 8AMUL J. AUNEW,
reb3-tT Yard back of N. i C. R. R. Depot-
UJines, praniiies, (Htjars.
A. RIVA & CO.,
Direct through the Custom-bonscof Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain ,Portugal, Germany and Italy;
Ilafana Cigars, Olire Oil,
VElCRLiIil, Ve tec,
No. 30 IV or tit Market street,
(Next door above the Watson House,)
WE have established housein this city for the
purpose of vending line WINES, BRANDIES,
CIGARS, &&, &0., and keep constantly on hand sev
eral qualities of Wines and Vrandies, which have
never before been imported into this State.
We import our Goods direct, (one of oor firm being
in Europe much of his time.) and PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES ON ALL THE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HEREin the city .whichfact, we think, aloneshould
Sell only Genuine Imported Goods.
Oorstockof Domesticand Havana Cigarsisvery
argo.to which we respectfully invite the attention o
be public. Wealwaysguaraalee everything we sel
o be the pure article. We should be happy to re.
eiveacall from all dealers and consumers when
hey visit the city, as we are ABLE AND DETER
Jnly2S-tf A. RIVA CO.
Morethan Double the Strengthof Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap wlthoutiime, with little trouble
andatlrifliugexpeose. The cheapestarticle ever
discovered for the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of gocd Sort Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will find it a superior
article for cleauuig type. Itis perfectly soluble aud
free from impurities.
Rrokeninsmalllnmpsandpat up in 1, 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brooklyn .and sold by.
R. DCRKEK & CO..
ont3-dawly 181 Pearl street. New York.
BUSHEL SMILLET, for sale for Cash by
jmar.lftUJ RAINS. BROWN CO.
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Furnishing Goods. . ..
OUR stock of Full Bosom Shirts is again complete.
Fat annineu and comfort wc eomraend them ae
being particaUrly appropriate lo tlie present hot sea
son. - we nave also smaii lot ot run duk
together with an endless variety of plainer styles.
We bave also received another lot of baa dsnme
Keck Ties. Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes,
Suspenders, Half-hole .tre , Ac Also, re-supply ot
Seasonable U NUi-ri-tVkAtt. vu anu see our uoous.
We ere 4 etermlned to dispose ef tbem at vet yJoy
Agoree, being anxious to reduce ear stock. '
jueeaa-tf . . t- J. H. MoWLi.
Capltsil-$100,000! ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. Sd.Corner of CedarStreet and the
VV age by Fire on Buildings, Goods, -
Seas and Rivers, toaud from all poinU.
ALSO Risks on Negroes against the dangersor
ATTT IVnCR TAT.r..
W. T. BERRY J
ANTHONY W. VANLEES,
JOHN H. EWIN,
R. C. McNAIRY,
tir xs VT1'S.
ALZAsi)S PAXL President.
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. . - augl8
X E W UOO.k'8
just received by Expreisandfor sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Yon Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
Q Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Aboriginal. America , by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by -
F. HAG AN,
june2-tf 41 College st.
Pan o ramie Painting for Sales
A first-rate opportunity for Imestment.
BUNTAN'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
Bcstas's Pllcbjm's Progress is offered for sale.
This painting has been before the public or this coun
try for several years, having been exhibited in the
principal cities in the country, and elicited the un
qualified admiration of the Press and people. Itis
in good order, with all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for shipment. For terms ex., ftc., apply in
person or by letter to J. B. Cbaighsad, or to
A. S. CAMP & CO..
juneliMf Nashville, Tenn.
Louisville Courier and Cincinnati Commercial
copy 3 times and send bill to this ottce.
CAYCE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE nndertigned respectfully inform his eld
friends and the public generally that the above
watering place win be opened for the reception o
visitors on the 1st day of June. '
Ho has a large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, Ac.
for the amusement of his visitors. These springs
have as fine medicnial qualities as any in the State.
All who are afflicted with Dyspepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache, Ac., would do well to give them a trial.
He baa Sulphur, Chalybeate and Free Stone waters
alt or the very best kind. The Springs are situated
in a pleasant healthy locality, 10 miles South of
Frauklm and 3 miles went or Thompson's Station.
He womd say to ail who may favor him with a visit
that no pains will be spared to make ita pleasant one.
Board per week, : : : : : : 5 00
do. " day, :::::: 1 26
Sioglo meal, ::::::: 50
Children under 11 yearsaud servants half price.
Keeping Horse per week, : - : : 3 50
All extra trouble extra charge.
The back will meet the cars at Thompson Sta
tion on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
in the eveniug. WM. CAYCE.
Something for the
JUST received, by' express, two hundred Lonisi.
aua Atlakapas pair of Pants goods that were
never known to wear out at S3 Cash.
juue23-2w Public Square.
Banuer and Unkw and American copy one week
aud charge this office.
THE copartnership heretofore existiug between
the undersigned, under the style of Fowler and
Kirknatrick, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who alone is
authorised to settle the business of the old firm.
A. W. FOWlJ-Ut,
aprlO S. K1KKPATK1CK.
ff HE undersigned having retired from the firm of
M bowler s narapairica,uviuK buiu uui ui. en
tire interest therein to S. Kirkiwtrick, respectfully
tenders his thanks to thn customers or the firm for
their patronage, and scVc'ts a continuation of said
patronage to bis succe
aprS0-3m A.W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New York.
l f.THEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
V v was universally pronounced the most magnin
cent, convenient and thoroughly oiganized estab
lishmcntof the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in size, in
8umptuousness, and in the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
lor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites of
apartments for families. Six hundred persons can
be comfortably seated at the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised lor the convenience and social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted in its plan,
or is neglected in its practical details, tne early rep
utation or the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and its
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions of the proprl
tors TREADWELL, WHITCOMB A CP
K. T. FLEMING,
HOUSE, S 1 ii X,
62 Uaion S treet , K ASHYLLLE ,
(BetweenCherry and SummerStreets.)
4Order?from the country promptly attended!.
May 37 tf
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Jest received by F. HAGAN,
may29-tf - van College street.
: Reynold'! New Work.
Tffe Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of London, Ac., Ac
Just received by . JOHN YORK A CO.
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no strong medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Grefenberg
Children's Panacea , -
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
Tne Health Bitter,
Fo 9S cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt t ions, dyspeptic habits, billions disorders derange
ment of the stomach and bowels. Every family
would use them at the present change of the season,
aprlt-tf MACKENZIE A M1NCH1N
Large Sale ef Xxterons;U Rred Trot
ting and othefllorse at Woodbarn
farm. . - -
ON Wednesday, the 22d day of August next, I
will sell at Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
bead of Thorough bred and Trotting aad other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen thorough .bred
brood mares, the same number of trotting mares,
and tne feaUnce young stock of both sorts.
Catalogues of stock ready foe distribution, one
moctb previous to day of sale, and may be had on
application to Dr.D. Swraarr, or the Subscriber,
R. AITCHESON ALEXANDER.
Woodburn Farm Is near Spring Station, on Lex
ington and Frankfort Railroad. , -. Jnne30-t2ds.
IS sold on six mourns' time, fully warranted.
No. 25, College street, opposite Sewanee Housed
For Plala. Stocking sad Fancy, inittinf,
Mi chines for i Bitting Drawers, Shirts, kt
- OF ALL SIZES. - " ;
Sib Mactinei of 1 ft 1, 2 A L, 2 ft 2 and 3 ft 2 Sib,
, . . OS BUSS AX B MADS TO OKDEA. . r "
TinESK Machines use the plain EnglUh Spring
, Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est and most rapid machines for knitting ia use.
The GoOea Patent Family Knitting MaebJnee for
Family and Flaniatium use, is a new and successful
feature in the useful inventions of the age, aed ranks
wita the Sewing Machine, - . ;
J . r'. v AOkSCT Aire UIII moon,
. K0. 577 BBOADWAT, XZW T0SZ,
juasll-Sm HENRY C. UX, Agent.
Tennessee & Alabania Railroad.
, Kfjk CrL ifLHL liCn"r
CHANGE OF - SCHEDULE.
. .TIME TABLE.
Commencing Sunday, J one 3d, I860.
' PAB8EX0EB TRAINS. :
Leave Nashville at. 4-15 a. x. and 3 r. M.
Arrive at Nashville at 10 a. m. and 5 t. M.
Leave Nashville at '. .....60 a. m.'
Arrive at NashI ille at 4:45 p. u.
THE Morning Train going South connects with
Memphis and Charleston Railroad at Decatnr.
The Evening Train going South connects at Colum.
bia with Train to Mount Pleasant and Pulaski.
The Evening Train going North makes close con.
nection at Nashville with Louisville and Nashville
Railroad rrom and after Monday, May 1th, to Louis
ville and all Eastern cities. But one train on Sua.
dy. W.O'N. PERKINS.
June4-tr Superintendent. .
k tv'fiwniTV i .t
-. , - , V-' VJkl.a n
.ti -7 .
jlw wntuwinu uappen, eoen n well ryiioyu
families, it is very desirable to bave some cheap and
. ... - ar - . t i
twu LUltiUk W J BVK ,U r HIU1LUC .WJ OjVI wv.
SPALDIKG'S PREPARED GLXTR
meets all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. It is always ready and up to
tne sucking point. - mere is- no longer a necessity
for limping chtirs.splistered veneers, headless dolls
and broken cradles. It is just the article for cone
shell, and ouier ornamental work, so popular with
ladies of refinement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qnaltities or the best cabinet-maker's Glue
It may be used in the place of ordinary, mucilage
being vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUL IN EVERY HGUSE," -N.B.
A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, t5cta
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar St., New York.
Address HENRY C. SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No. 3,6oo, New York.
Put np for Dealers ia Cases containing Four , Eight,
and Twelve Do sens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
9A single bottle of SfAUll.NU'3 rKtr.fcr
GLUE will 8a ve ten times its cost annuallyt fc evert
Sold by all promiuent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware acd Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy
Country it.tant8 should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up theii
list. It will stand any climate
JVashrille Female Academy.
THR next session of this Institution begins first
Monday in September. Preparation week for
classification and rooming of pupils, the last week in
August. Note the following advantages:
1. The Bulldlnare in extent and fitness for
School purposes, domestic comforts, health, exerclso
and convenience are wnuiiy nnequaled in tne United
Sates. We challenge a comparison.
S. Xbe Six Acres or Lawn and Shade
are enclosed so as to secure the greatest privacy and
a Hard pupils the unrestrained Ireeuoin of childUh
sports and innocent amusements.
3. JVon-Nectariau. The Academy belongs to
fifty gentlemen represented by seven of their num
ber or diOereut denominations, pledged to preserve
the non-sectarian coaracter of the school.
4. The Maternal Care of the Boarding pu
pils is entrusted uuder the constant supervision of
the Principal, to ladies of culture and education . who
devote their whole time to the happiness and comfort
or tne pupils.
6. The Health of the Institution is
unprecedented in the history 01 schools. Ou y three
deaths have occurred among the pupils in over forty
ye irs. The health statistics of the Institution are
among its highest recommendations.
6. The jtoODil are lame, m ell furnished, and
7. Security from Fire. The buildings are
heated by steam and lighted with gas, so that the
pupils are secure from the ordinary accidents accru
ing rrom stoves, nre places, and moveable lights.
Besides the evenness of temperature adds greatly to
tne neaitn 01 tne scuooi.
8. Regulations which years havo shown to
be most salutary, will be continued in their fall force
The fewest possible changes will be made in the
rules and general arrangements of the Academy.
8. The Faculty is composed of thirty-tire
teachers and attaches , most of whom were associated
with ray predecessor. In the Literary Department,
the teachers nave naa long and successfu I experience
and most of tbem in the Old Academy. In the Music
and ernamental Departments the Teachers, Profes
sors and Artists are of high celebrity. A superior
Harpist has been recently engaged for the eusuing
In fact the highest advantages in every particular
tbat can be fouud in any similar Institution in the
United States, are furnished in the Nashville Female
Academy the Alma Mater of hundreds of the most
elegant and renned ladies in tne Soutnern Slates.
n.g- Terms as heretofore. For particulars apply
for a circular to the principal.
GEO. M. EYERHART.
Nashville, Tena.. June U-twew3m
FiAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th.
MUle Miami and Colambus and
CIN'TI, niMILTOS A DAYTON
1860 "faggs I860
From CINCINNATI to
Boston In 82 hours. . New York In 30 . hours.
Philadelphia ia 2d hours. Baltimore in S4 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 15 hrs Albany in 25 hours.
Buffalo in Is boars: Dunkirk in 14 boors.
Cleveland in 9 hours. Pittsburg m 12J hours.
Whoeland in hours. ' Steubenville in 10if h'rs.
Crestline in 6 hours. Zanesvillo in S hours. -Sandusky
in 10 hours. Toledo in 9 hours.
Detroit in 12i hours.
Throng Trains leave Ci itiiuliir wi:
' TtSO A. M. EXPRESS From LittUe Miami
Depot, and rrom Cincinnati. Hamilton S. Davton
Depot, connects via Columbus, Cleveland. Dunkirk
and Buffalo; via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg;
ia Columbus, Steubensviile and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Bellair an d Ben wood .
7t30 A. 91. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton m Dayton Depot, also connects via Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via Dayton, Clyde and
10 A. SI. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via Columbus, Belliar and Ben wood;
ia Columbus, Belliar aud Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Colambus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo.
6 P. M. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton At Day lou Depot, via Lima, Toledo, Detroit and
Canada; via Day tun, Clyde and Sandusky. -
JHederu Sleeping Cars on (his Train,
. wi Toledo.
11 P. IV. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via Columbus, Steubensv ille and
Pittsburg; via Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via
Columbus. Belliar and Benwood : via Colnmbna.
Crestline and Pi'Asberg; la Columbus, Cleveland,
Atiuaira; aa onaio.
n Oder at Sleopiag Cars on this Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leayiiig Cine ia-
uu a ioa. m., aave anoura ia Cleveland.
Leering at 10 A. ML, stake direct connection,
Tke 6 P. JT. Ezprest, Saturdays, mala all con
nection ere advertised, except for Detroit
.. and pouUi in Qmada.
The Night Express nuts Daily .Saturdays except
ed. All other Trains ran Dally, Saturdays excepted .
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which is 7 Minuted
faster than CINCINNATI TIME.
Baggage Checked Through
all Eastern Cities.
tTf Passengers should bear in mind that the
"CINCINNATI" is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE.
connections are made promotly, the Roads are
thoroughly BALLASTED,, and all modern improve,
sacnta adopted iu turlng srxn,ooaoH and SAjp ET Y.
. '- THROUGH TICKETS r
Are Sold at all the PRINCIPLE RATI RAAH TtTTSTET
OFFICES Is the WEST and SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
warn U.1UHI1AI1, - '
- r. W. graADER, General Tick Ag't, Cia'U.
A Pealrable Dwellios tor Rent.
ONE ot the most desirable residences in tho city
is exposed for rest for the balance of the year.
It is within five minutes walk of the Square, quite
retired, aad contains seven good rooms, with plen
ty of oat rooms. A good two story brick stable, ear
nags bouse, Ac, Luquire or . ,
JuneSt-lei , E. K. GLASCOCK & CO.! "
Redaction in the Price of Feeds
Prime Timothy Hay at (26 per Ton.
Cora at 75 cents per Bushel ; bo Charge for Sacks.
No. 14 Market street,
IS now offering HAT and CORN at the above prices
aad has also oa hand-
Fresh Ground Meal; '
. Extra Family aad Superflne Flour;
Late Bed Potatoes, for June planting;
Millet Seed;- . -
Hungarian Grass Seed ; . .
100 barrels Hydraulic Cement.
49 All of wh'ch he offers at the lowest Cash pri
ces.. . , A. JtaaOAS,
juneSl-tf , . No. 14 Market street.
AND DECORATIONS cf a - kinds, and sizes ror
Fourth or July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
thi above in any quan t . , wholesale and retaiL Al
so, tire works or all ki s. ordeis ; distance
promptly attended to. JOHN LUCK.
Negro Man for Sales
I AM oflering, at a bargain ,an A No. 1 Negro Man
for sale, aged SO years. He has bad considera
ble experience on a farm, and takiDg care or stock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if yon want a bargain.
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry street,
HAVING always on hand a floe variety of Soups,
Fresh Fish, Porter House Steaks, Meats of all
kind and variety. Also, every variety of Vegetables
on hand, ready and served to order ia the best of
style, would respectfully invite tneattenuonoi uieir
frien ls and the public to give tbem a call.
J. K. FOWLER A CO.,
No. S3 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Lx press
Office, in Colonade Buildings. Junezz-U
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union k American Block, Cherry st.,
RE iafet in receipt of their SC iEK STOCK
Fine Vinti and Brandies;
Scotch lie and London rter;
Light Wines for Snnjner use;
French Cordials and Syrnps;
Hermetically sealed Goods of every description;
English and French FruiU, Tickles, Sauces and
Extra Fine Green and B ktck Teas; St. Louis Crack
ers, Olive Oil.S. C Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
Olives, Cassia, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isinglass
Gellatioe, Preserves, Cracknel Biscuits, Cheere,Fan-
cy Toilet Soaps, Ac.
We keep constantly on hand er rything pertalnin;
ti the supply of Families.
IC. B. S.VOWDEX Ac CO.
The I i pit dnetcd Success
Which has of late attended the use of
Lu T. SWEET'S
MED GATED SOAP
INDUCES as to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial effect. It is the only prepara
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure. If you are a filleted try it at once. and bo
rar0f ul ta uaei uuicr nieuicine iu cunnuciiuu wu
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L- N.
SWEET who will return the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its nse.
jea-For sale at Denioville's and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. Junel6-U
NOT wishing to carry over any portion oT our
SUIUiUJKtt STOCK, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of everything in
Regardless of Cost.
Persons not yet supplied will do well to ex
amine tbem, a we are deui mined to CLOSE THLM
OUT. , K.C. McNAIRY A CO.
3J MILES FROM SUA WSVLLLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va. -
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this WA
TER! NO PLACE In October last, have thorough,
ly repaired and furnished It with entirely new fur
niture of the best class, and will open it lor the re
ception of Visitors ON THE 1STH DAY OF JUNE.
Hiving Increased accommodations, and male lib
eral arrangements ror the comfort of their guests,
they natter themselves that bnt few (if any) Water
ing Places will afford the same attractions as this.
It is situated in the county of Montgomery, 3
miles from SUA WSV1LLE DEP01, (Va. and Tenn.
K. R.) on the banks or the Koanoke river, and is sur
rounded by some of the most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery to be found among the Mountains of
Virginia the Water has acquired such a reputation
in the last few years, that it is unnecessary to say
anything in commendation of it. It is now consid
ered a specific for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, and
a remed y lor all Cutaneous Diseases, d iserdered con
ditions or the Stomach , Bowe's and Liver, and for
prostration of the nervons system. We might ap
pend a number of certificates from Physicians and
others acquainted with Us merits, and to these naignt
be added ui injlnitum.
Passengers will be met at Shawsville by Four
Horse Om nib asses, to convey tbem over a new road
to the Springs. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
ington, Richmond and Petersburg in the morning,
arrive at the Springs the same day; tone from tne
South will find the same conveyance on the arrival
of each train.
junel4-dlm BOOTH, COLHOUN A CO.
An Imoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Je amine,
and China Stems, wbi-h will be soli cheap at pri
vate sale by ' BEN J. F. SHIELDS CO.,
JunelV-tf ' Central Auction Rooms.
WANT TO HIRE.
T?0R the balance or the year, a servant to do the
A? cooking and washing ror a small family Ap
ply at thi office.
Canary: Cages !
JUST raoeivtd, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cagesot
all styles, colors aad prices, some as baadaomt
as ever brought to this market . For sale low by
febs-tr J. W. WIISON.
Cntire Stock Under 7 Attach
. . - ment.; ;
TJENJ. F. SHIELDS As CO., wUl proceed to sell at
the Store, No. 1 Public Square, next door to W.
H. Calhoun's Jewelry Store, oa acoouBt of W. C
Show ,C. D. C, commencing oa Thursday morning,
Jalr ita, at 10 o'clock, the entire content of the
Store, No. IS Public Square, a ith counters, Sbalvlng,
Oil Cloths and Fiztares. The stock consists of Em-
Cloths and Fixture. The stock consists ot ta.
ideries, Laces, Ribbons, a large stock of Silk
linings, Ladies' aad Childrea's Furnishiag Goods,
i a never ending variety aot ta be eaaaaera-
ted. Ladies are invited, and also dealers, who will
ad H lo their interest to attend. The Store is far
Beat BFNJ. T. SHIELDS CO.
; ;;NUee la Stockholders!
HsuisBTllle) suael Cfceitaewm Rallroael.
V'l t gljPERINTENTJENT'S OFFICE.
NashTille, Juiie asth, I860.
IN pursuance of a resolalioa passed by the Stock,
holders of the NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD COMPANY on the 4th day of December
est, the Stockholders la said company will be ear
led free of charge over the Road oa the Ad, 4th aad
ta days of July, at their pleasure, by exhibiting
a air caetiaeatas ef stock to the conductor. .
JuaeSIMd. , W, E. COLE, Supt
ADVERTISING AGENCY ,
133Nassanst. ,nex t door toth e KassaaBank . Y-,
circulating JooraalU a the UuitedSUtes,Canadacaad
T r lOUICBt
He is anthorizeclo reeeiveadvertiseateattfonif
mlour published role.
CAN0NBrjRYH0USE,by 6 At .U.Reyaolds.priceftO
ADA ARUNDEL , , .i t. .4. kn
OUVIA .ortbe Maid of Honor , ' 0
CHARIEY FOX'S Ethiopian Son g Book , 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, No. 2 , 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER .bySylvannsCobb-Jr... SS
THE MANIAC'S SECRET, . .i 25
THEMALDOFTHERANCHE ,by Dr J .H -Robinson .2
. SentT ree of postage on receipt ef price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No J26 Nassaustreet.New York.
Agents wanted . augS-tf w
-' Jaijcji It. MQilh's
St Louis, Mo.
V TT TJT T QTT 1! V
St. Iuis, Mo.
THE undersigned, sole proprietors ef the above
brands or Whisky, would respectfully caution
theirfrtendsand customers againstthenumerousim
tations ortbeae well known brands.
The SDuriousarticle Isinvariably a nefarious com
pound, whereas we guaranty the genuine, nianufac-
ared only by ourselves ,to oetreet rom anoonuaioos
njESTIIOrD.sraiTH Sc CO.,
ISO and lSSNortb Second street,
prS2-tf St. Louis, M
Ballhnore Bell and Brass Works,
REGESTER & WEBB,
Keep on band and make to order,
fT every size and tone, varying rrom 10 to 10,000
... j ; 11 . ..1 .
J rocs Da, wnicn are wsrramea in "
equal to aay made in mo ixjixtki. aim,
ture every variety ot Brass rauceis, iw " ' .
Steam and Ha. A I art . Rr.cc t-.otic., IVblIU-a AUU
AnU-FiicUon MeUl, al lor which is sold upon pleas
Send ror a Catalog us axd Prick List.
J its per Brand. Railroad.
October 3.1X89. I
TJTorderortbe Board orDirectors callsare ma4
L onthe stock or the Company subscribed
building a branch road from Bridgeport toja
payable to the Treasurerof this Company as folio v
One dollar on each share on the 1st of No vein b
1859, and two dollars on each share on the 1st da
of December, 18-S0, January, February, Mare
April, May, June, July .August, September, O
berand November, 1860.
Payment may be made to JacVses Pryor, at at
per, or to the Treasurer athis office in Nashville.
Promptnessia meeting these calls is requested
the subscribers of stock ,as the construction of the
road depends exclusively on the means provides
specifically rorthat purpose.
octt tf W.A. GLEAVES.Treasarcr
SEED CORS, SEED OATS AXD POTATOES.
Ho. 14 South Market street;
HAS NOW IN STORE
er ff BUSHELS prime Northern Corn for Seed.
cJUU 600 do. . " Pennsylvania OaU '
1,000 do. ' Missouri Oats "
200 barrels early Nesbannock Potatoes. '
Also , to arrive per steamer B. M. Rnnyaa:
600 bashels Hungarian Grass Seed.
800 Millet Seed.
For sale by A. JENKINS,
loarS-tf Ko. 14 South Market street.
jypjj New York Pianose
T. H. CHAMBERS' .
Eatablislted In 1828.
T. U. CUAHWEHS,
(Formerly Dubois A Stodart.and Dubois, Bacoa k
Chambers J .
Varcroems 1st the "JBlkle HotM,"
Cor. 8th street and 4tlt Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perfect sitisfactioa
N. B. Send for a circular, with deserlptloa of
styles and scuedulo of prices. . mar20-Ssa
. Express to Clarksfillee
THE Sonthera Express Com pan T respectfully an
nounce that tby are now running Bnamssaaa
through to Qarksville, via. E. A K. and M.C. A L.
Rail ears, and are prepared to forward to that place
and intervening points with promptness and dispatch
ail goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places oa alage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Bills. Botes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made.
Hf Offlee No. 10 Public Square.
ftiblT-tr A K- HOLT.Sapertateadeat.
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
- - fAND -;
' ..... .' ; - . . ' -.' ; ": ' ' .;
t No. 49 Church Street, , ...
Hashril I e, T e&nessee
etA tf "' , . : i
THE BARTIIOLP MACHINE
HAS a larger aad taer aaieaed Uble than any
, $40 machine. - - -No.
tt.Coaege street, Oppoaiu Sewanee House, r.
RATES OP ADVERTISING
(res uses oa teas o ooaeTrrtrre a soxakb.)
Onetquare 1 day fl 00 eachad'allnserti. SO
i vi, w-ewtiatniuri
--- f i 4 (0 .. it
" ' 1 months O0
" . .. 2 " no
, . " 3 1J 00 " "
IS 00 .--; ; f
12 . 25 oo '
Oaeeqaare o ey ear,30 easfcaddittoaa Isqaa re $1 0
Written notice must be given to take cul.nd stop
advertisements of yearly ad vertisersberoretheyear
expires . o ther wise we sfaal Icharge t. I done .
t inaed withon tpreviousnotice to u s jnorwillanyoharge
be made for less than one year at he yearly ratea.
A9Advertiser loxeo edis g the if e c contra c
From YISCHER.OWEN A CO., General Advertisiiig
House yAppletoa Building JU6 Broadway
LIGHT ! EIGHT ! ! EIGHT ! !
Kerosene, Camphrne, Fluid, and Oil and
C II A X 1 E L I E l fl,
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PCBUC BCIXDINO
o. 18J WilliamStreet Jiear Fulton , New-York,
f ebe try . - , .
a Winter Ar
U. S. MAIE
IP -A. C'JBMC T S.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE "
Nashville and Chattanooga R. R
Tennessee and Alabama Eailroad,
Eouisville &.ISTasliTiIIe Railroad
mnr lnlln.ini cnl..t,J ...
rt iviuri enmpnse .
X line, and IcareNashvilledally lorSt. Louis.Louie
ill. SnilLLnJ 1. A 1. r-.- ., 77 .. "
. ' -,ivii u atempnisand (
Steamer MINVETONK A ,
Dashibu., Master, jt ujii 11
LeaveaNashvilleevnrv - - " 1 1 mt'T-,
day at IS o'clock, M. - 'rf -JS.f
Steamer C.E.HILLM AN.
Corbitt, Matter, jt ujii
LeaveeNashville every Iue4- ci Wl
day at 4 o'clock, P.M. -! uhtf
Sias, Master, u.'c i.
Leaves Nashville on Wodnes nwmU m-L, .
day sat 12 o'clock, M. - r SWf
Dakhikix, Master, '
oay at 12 o'clock, M. ,
Steamer B. M. RUNY A N r
Leaves Nashville u Fridays 1
at 4 o'clock, P M. mJitrr , 7imf,
Sims, Master, A jsj 1 ' ta
Leaves Nashvillee very Satur
day at 12 o'clock, M. r T
TheaesteamersconnectatPadncah with the Mo
and Ohio Railroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Centre
Railroad, aad at St. Lonis withthe Missouri and nppe)
Mississipp i River Packets , and are equal to any steam
ersafloat for safety, speed and comlort.
augS-tf. A. HAMILTON, Ageat
BOYLE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
. CINCIXPTAXI, OHIO
. IMPORTERS Or
F.relzn Liquor. Ac vines, Distillery
and . jnanttlaictBrer. or JBrandles,
Wines, C.rdJaJs, Bitter., AeM have
eonaUntly oa hand various grades ef DortBear
bom asd HyeWhUky, Pe.eb and A p.
pie Brandy; slso, IUratarUaadNe
Eatcland Bam, Ve. Sole manufacturers of
MW Agents for Fred . Goale 's Japanese Bitters,
Blue and llerdt Grass - Scef
nvnaxniAJt gkass seed,
Star Candles, Bacon
SOAPTallow Caudles, Cordag., Brooms, Buck.t
Tub v, Crackers. c, Jtc.
' 1 have arranged to be constantly supplied with
ooasigntaeats ot lbs above and other articles of OLV
Produce aad Manufacture aad solicit orders, auaaa
Tzbs. qoauttto MBscriKioa,aad rams a tow
ottered by any bouse ia the city.
- ConaigumoHts t f Teaaeaaee Prod ace sold aad
tares made promptly.
ct24-t 49 Walnut street, CtnclnaaU.Obie.
W. W. HAIIER & CO.
SMCT MACHIVFi), FIOCR PACKFRS, CRAK VV9
, BOLTIXO OLOTH
. aasrracrrasxs or rorraau
CWXD1XC AXD B0LT1XG FLOCK XILU,
CORN and Feed Mills of all aisea, both apperaad
ander runners. Portable and Stationary En
gines , Boilers, Gearing , c ..Tar nil bed to order, eee
aer of Weetera Sow aad Seroad rts.. CTncicn t
llllis eaa be seea la eperatioa at ow fFactory
. aaarl-ly . . , , . . . ,
Fresh Fruits all the Tear !
, TUE YEOMAN S'
FIR UTILrTT, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY AlO
SAFETY, ia u dm) sailed for preserviag FraHs
a fresh state, ia any climate v iadaaaiU tune. Is;
big aaed tbeae Boulee, we tad tbem si i emlaajly
coavMieat aad jast the thing wasted. ,
JOHN J. THOMAS, la Register ot Rarat A8ira.
For descriptive aad price circulars, adbr.ee - Pr.
LICri'S CiSECT POTOEai
' " FOR SALE BY . . . i4
rpr21-tf '" ? ' ' EAIX3, KIOWTC A CO.
.1 l I FLUID flDOUattl U fsst, fl
S. s'M t m s s v7
X.l - - - I jr i