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PUBLISHED DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A. 8j OAMP & CO.; NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET.; :
NASHVILLE, TENN.. WEDNESDAY ' JULY. 18 1800
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1CT SERIES NO." 1421.
IiJy , pr annum .-..J 00
T'ri-weekly.peranniiBi .. S OO
Weekly, per annum,.... 3 H
tlbe Weekly Tor twoyears, orltto Week"- ie
for ore year, in a-'ranw, ...... 5 00 -
When the Uuly.Tri-Weefcly, or Weekly i3 to be
discontinued paid in advance ux the time subscribed
or), the- subsrriber oifst order .nta rwfee it will be
oDiInaed.atouraaifliHKni.uniilpaid fr and stopped.
I aot patd.it mivt be paid at the time of discontinu
nee, or at ouropliou. If theiiarty is good, it v ill be
fat until paid.
Retuittaaces by mail, in "reUered " letters, at
American unil Vorclsn
30S Broadway, NeW Vorlc.
After May Id, I860, 501 BROAD WAV, to
doors from the St. Xtchd-j Hotel.
The Stereoscope is tbe mot instruct re. interesting,
miertaiMiH-j, uw, ixciiinj of modern iu?tu-
None are too youna, none JJ, none tr,o intelli
gent, none fo unducaUd, to acknowledge its worth
and Beauty. . .
No home is complete without it, and it iniit au
will venerate everywhere.
It presents to your view every part oi me wor.u,
i a ail the relief, Mdness, jeriectiee , and tkarpuea of
AMimi' if thu were on the foot.
Photographers are every where exploring E irope
Asia, Africa, America, in searrh or tli prand an.
the beautiful, and the rrxulU of their slttl are con
.n immnw variclf jf trnwr 1 If ' OI
Scenes in Parii-, Loudon, Kn?Uud,SctUnd,IreUnd,
Wales France. B-'lg:.um, Holland, Switzerland, pnn.
The Khine, Versailles, t. Cloud, t ontaineblcau.
Tuillenes, Italy, Turkoy, riypt, Alhtns. tae Holy
Land, China, India, Crystal l-atee,luroiip Ilia
torical. amusing, uiarriape gcenes, bre&klart accoos
.J.-..-5vi,a4da.y, -:ct An aque assortmen
of Illuminated JnUriort of glares, Churches, and Ca
thedrals or t rance, Italy, c. &c. The cltect o
these illuminated views is iwt remarkable.
Evert bETTLKXAS or wraith anu re?ised taste
should hava in his drawrej? room some t our ex
quirileriein on glass, with a revolving stereoscope,
fchowi(gl2, 25, 60 or 1U0 scenes. otlliIli; can bo
more fascinating, and one can oiler no greater treat
to a friend funi of the picturesque and tbe beauurui.
Anthony' tlnstantanenu Sttre'.'scope Views are the
latest Phctograhic wonder, lut-y arc tnken in the
fortietk part of a mxond, and everything no matter
Kout rapidly il may he muring, is depu ted as sharply
and distinctly as if it bad been perleotly at rest.
Tam gives an aiditiotml value, r..r to tho beauties
or inanimate nature it adds Ike charm oflxfeand w
uon. The process is a discovery of our own, and
being unknown in Europe we receive from lotion
and Paris large orders lor Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
imocg other things we have just published . Stere
oscopic Illusiraticns of the ece or the pclton
'-TKkKi Peatkr Mkctlngs, in which many hearts feel
an interest. The particulars or thi3 will he found
ia our catalogue. .
Oca CATAiourK of subjects and prices will be ror
warded toauy addres3 oa receipt or a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending us 3. S5,10,$lo
20 or $25 can have a good mstruuieut and such
pictures an hey raiy request, sect by Exprts.
Views alone, (without lOiti uuieut) can be sent by
"Parties who wish to be advise-J of everything real
ly valuable in the line that conies oui, ni iy send us
their names to place on record, and will keep them
posted at oar own exiwuse. .
Men of leisure will liud Photography a most fasci
nating and delightful amusement. We are prewired
to tit out amateurt with everj tLiug necessaay lor
their success together with iustructious '-ilour to
take Stereoscopic Pictures. ' E-ASTHOSY,
Importer and Kacufactarer of Pholgraphx Sla
terials.tereoscoiies and Stereoscopic ie s.
-j-Merchants from every sect'.ou or the country
are respec if uUy invited to make an examination ol
our stock, as our discouut to the trade . i!l be lio-
erTo ProtOgrapters. Firit class stereoscopic Ne
end by mail a print unmounted, with price or Ne
C. B. BROWS, A. J. HOOPOl . G. MIZELL.
MIZELL, HOOPEU & CO
AND DEALtKS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LUrORS, TCBAC
CO, CIGARS, SMTFS, ic,
Nos. 6 and 8 Market Street,
xxrTTTsrfrrFS. BRANDIES. WINES, &c.
7E have in store and for salecheap to the tra.l
, 125 bbls.Jo. NewsomTs celebrated WhufcJ.
66 bbis. Old Bourbon Whuky.
?5bbls.01d Rye a prime article.
Is bbls. Old Rye Warranted Pure.
65 bt Is. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 hall barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Braudy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
10 bols. pure Kobe rwon County Vi'hicWy.
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
25 quarter casks Holimd Gin.
7a bbls. American Brandy.
1ft bbls. sweet Sialaea Wine.
W itu Cognac, Catawba Braudy, ice.
ju-tf Ban M1ZK1X, HOOPKR i CO.
"7E have in store, aud for sale cheap, a large as
W aortment of Safes, which for durabil.tr, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
United suits. hbeu, HOOPER CO.
jan9-tr lit No's 6 & 8 ketStreet.
A Fall and Choice Stork of Dry Gu!uU at Co
NICHOLSON & IIUMPHUFY'S
U P to the t.me of receiving Spring Goods we wil l
oner our entire stock of STAPLE aud FANCY
COST FOIt CASH.
Our ohjsct in doing this is to reduce our present
Block as much as possible before getting new goods.
Up to that lime all who wish to buy cheap goods
will do well to call on us at No. 2J, South side of the
E. K. GLASCOCK.
G. B. XEWSOS.
GLASCOCK & NEWSOBX
Office,Collegett.Jnextdoor to Merchants' Eanl,
jaleri in and Agents for the purchase and
Bentin? Houses or Land in the cityor coun
try will also eive their undivided atten
tion to the Collection of Claims, Negotta
tion Loans, &c. &c.
E. It. GLASCOCK
-rT"ILL attend to all sales or Property or every
V description eitherin town or country,
Cross ics Wii tea.
THE Nashville and North-western toiroau Com
pany wish tocoutractlor 40.000 CEDAR CKOsa
nEs,9reetlong, 6iuche3 thick, well hewn, to lace
at narrowest place not less than S inches clear oi
bark;tuuberto be3oand ;tobedeliveredatthegraue
IinoI the road in Nashville.
Thecoutntctors wanttocouf c tf or -30,000 WIIH t
OrPOsT-OAK TIES or the s.ime size us tue a'ove,lo
ba delivered on tno line of the road in piles Trom
section It to section 24,enoughou eachsectioa to
supply the same.
Persons wishicgto bid willdirect tothe President
and Directors or the Nashvilie and North-western
BiuIroadOompouy 'asUvilie ,leunesaee .
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOB TUE
Sale aud Purchase of Xegroes,
At "o. 16 Cedar atreet.
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec9-tf XaaliTllle, Tf mi.
HAVING every facility in tbe way hT workmen
and material to do first rate work with despatch,
1 will contract for Tinning rools, either ia thu city
or country, at low rates, and in every case warrant
eaUsfactiou. Gutters, Pipinj, Valley Capping, itc.
AUo Galvanized Iron Cornices, Sc., donein the best
fcjoS-t Opposite Sewanee Uou&e.
li. MYKRS te CO.,
No. 52 Main St., Cine? nnati, O-
MAN" CFACTCBE&3 of superior c.u ility. Candies
of au kinds, Gum Drops, Loxeugea, ugar Toys,
French Uonlectiouary , Fancy Candy and ?J rup. Auto,
dealers in FriuU, Nula, Sardines and ire Works.
Exlra Family Flours
1 K. n BARKaXS Extra Famay Floor .manufaclor
leJU from choice White Wheat, to arrive to-
Z,&T xrZEIX, HOOPER CO.
C( BOXES Cabinet Champagne; 35 RaskeuHeld
A U Kk, jon received and ror '
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
"ITtTlSHJNG to make other investments, epr
f V posetoSelUllour Rea)Etateia Davi Jsonco.,
That Suburban Residence,
situated on the Franklin Turnpike, wiLbio bal la mile
of the city .and opposite the residence of the late Jo
sepn W. H or ton. This ia, perhaps, tha most com
manding site in tb vtciuity of Nashville, and is a
Biostdesirablecountry residence. The house will be
aold with 12 or laacresoflandasthepurchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
know a aslheSiios Tract situated on the SiuitbTorn
nike. fold Lebanon road) within three miles or Naah-
vdle,coutainin33) acres. The SoiliSgood.illS we!l
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts or twenty acres and upwards, a'.l or which are
ad mu ably adapted ror country residences, market
garden ?and dairy (arms. Also,that
onsame road , now occupied bj T. C. UcCampbell,
and rormerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 2 00 acres. TbispUeeis so well known as to
m-ed no further description Itwillalso be divided
to su.t purchasers -T.C. McCampbellw llshowthese
places to anyone who willcall.
Alitheaboveproperty will be sold on reasonable
terms ,a ad on a creditor one ,two,three aud four
Apply to A. V.S.Lindiley, Nashville, or to either
Six milesfrom Nashville,
j". A . McCAMPBELL,
For the Consideration of Sensible People
ITUDDLINfi about is not the practiee of Dr. MESECK.
He understands the disease at once and cures.
He hates long tampering around and long running
bilis, but sticks to anhonurable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payments. Cases given up by
other Physicians are ollen cured by Dr. Mebkck
OlHce on Collegestreet. corner of Line. ; ...
July8-tr .; . ,r . -
M. c. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv ats.,
ic.i.r, i iriaawa. Sitifai.tirm driven tACQnsiim
cesaud purchasers as nearly as possible. Consign-
eCSOl gUlnlii lUkllia 1 11 X 1 .CI will UUU Ul J oui-nim i "ui'E
welllitted up, and the goods will be sold without Ue
lay and the money paid over forthwith.
V I.' V ....... 1. 1 linniihlnroiililAn m v HBIUPMIkllL
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
Sep 6 .
K. V. XKVISS.
ivIUKPATUICK & CO.,
T ttACCO i? ACT o vs ,
COMMISSION & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
So, 27 XATCUEZ sTIIEEX,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
J. & c. "reakirt,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, OhiD.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
Wire Heddles and Frames,
Steel Seeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, 4c c
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Log- "Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c, &C, &c.
Auibrotypes and 3Ielaneot ypes,
rrHE cheapest and tha best, are made at tha Ar
X Gallery, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptype Picture ef deceased persons can ber
becoppied and thrown up to the Life Site 1'ortrave
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. nCGHES,
Principle and sole proprietor of the MelaDeotype
right in Nashville. nov21-tf
If You Want a Hot Fire
Orders Can be Left in Box 91, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AGNEW.
MORE NEGROES L A CASE !
ANOTIIER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
among which mav ba found every SHAPE of the
. 'NEGKO MARK.
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
J. W. LANG LEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW 10ES,
WOULD notiry the Trade that they are opening
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns,
THE WA3ISUTTA PRINTS,
A New Print, which excels every Print ia the Conn
try for perfection of execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper tcan any in
tbe market and meeting with extensive sale.
JTjp orders promptly attended to
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, &c.
THE CXDEES1G NED L5 NOW SELLING OUT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Machine
ry, Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flouring Kill, known
At Nashville ; parts or parcels of the same will be
sold to suit purchasers
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Persons desirinz to purchase are referred to
Turutr ! Foster, Esq ., or James Corbett, at ash-
(nccesssors to Jones & Hooper,)
PALVTS , OILS, PERFUMERY
i"a.x c coons,
He. ZlCedar street,
K A SI I VI laT.E ,T EN N ESS EE .
Dealers and Physicians
ST SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TER313
N E W Y 0 R K .
Grrat Rcdnction in Ratet ol Passage.
New irraaffment of ThroQgh Tickets!
Memphis 31 75
Nashville 21 75
Chattanooga..... 2& 00
Knoxville 25 SO
Atlanta 21 00
Augusta. 17 W
. 35 00
Columbus. 21 00
Albany 23 00
Macon 20 00
Baggaga checked through by the Manhattan Ex
press Company on the Central Railroad Cars, and de
livered anywhere in New York or vicinity
By tha splendid and commodious SIDE-WHEEL
AUGUSTA, 1500 tons Opt. Woodhull.
FLORIDA,,.... 1,300 " IsaacCroweU.
ALABAMA,.. ,&H " Geo JtjSchcnek
Leavuii Savannah every SATURDAY, carrying the
United Stales Mail.
These Steamships belong to the Old Established and
favorite line known as tbe New York and Savannah
Steamship Navigation Company, and were built ex
pressly for this line, they are commanded by expe
rienced, skillful, carerul 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 R. Guides, 90 Gravier st,.
Mobile by Cox, BnaiaaBD & Co.,
Columbus by S. H. Hill, Agent Harndon's
Express and J. M. Bivixa, Railroad Ticket Agent, and
at all other points by connecting Railroad Ticket
JOHN R. WILDER & GALLIE,
SAM'L. L MITCHUJ. A SON ,
. marS-tl Agents , New York .
Ft A S T L IN E E A ST !
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th.
Little Miami and Columbus and
Kenf a and
CIX'TI, HAMILTON & DITTOS
From CINCINNATI to
Bnston in 32 hours. New York in 30 hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours. Baltimore in 24'; hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs Albany in 25 hours.
Buffalo in 15 hoars: Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Cleveland in X hours. Pittsburg in 12 hours.
Whceland in 9 hours. Steubenville in 10 h'rs.
Crestline in 6 hours. Zanesville in 6 hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours. Toledo in 9, hours.
Detroit in 12,l hours.
Tlirongh Trains leave Ci i rii i j li i s ws:
Ts30 A. M. EXPRESS From UttUe Miami
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Depot, connects via Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk
and Buffalo; via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg;
via Columbus, Steubeneviile and Pilteburg; via
Columbus, Beliiar and Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Bellair and Ben wood.
7:30 A. HI. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton ft Dayton OeKit ,also couaocts via Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via Dayton, Clyde and
10 A. TH. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via Columbus , Beliiar and Kenwood;
via Columbus, Beliiar aud Pittsburg; via Colnmbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Butlalo. ,
6 P. HI. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton & Day ton Depot, via Lima, Toledo, Detroit and
Canada; via Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky.
modern Sleeping Cars on this Train,
11 P. M. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via Columbus, Steubeusville and
Pittsburg; via Columbus, Beliiar and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Beliiar and Benwood; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk ad ulialo.
modern Sleopius Car on this Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. 11 . have a hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections.
The 6 P. M. Exprex, Saturdays, makes all con
nections as advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily .Saturdays except
ed. All other 'trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Traiua run by COLUMBUS TIME, which isTMmuted
faster than CINCINNATI TIME.
Baggage Checked Through to
all Eastern Cities. (
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
ments adopted insuring srxro .comfort and SAFETY.
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST and SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
P. W. STRADER, General Ticket Ag't, Cin'ti.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Commencing Sntdavt June3d, 1860.
Leave Nashville at....
Arrive at Nashville at.
....4-15 a. x. and 3 r. x.
....10 a. M. ami 5 P. m.
Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. x.
Arrive at Nashi ille at 4:45 p. M.
THE Morning Train going South connects with
Memphis and Charleston Railroad at Decatur.
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 from and after Monday, May 7th, to Louis
ville and all Eastern cities. But one train on Sun
day. W.O'N. PERKINS,
j uue4-tf Superintendent.
Sell only Genuine Imported Goods.
Ourstockof Domesticand Havana Cigars! s very
argeo which we respectfully invite the attention o
h public. Wealwaysgoaranteeevery thing wesel
ae the puro article. We should be happy to re
eiveacall from all dealers and consumers when
key visit tha city, as we are ABLE AND DETER
ktJXEDtaofferthebestofinducements. jalyts-ir A. RIYA CO.
Slorethan Double the Strengthof Ordinary Potash
PGR making Soap withontiime, with little trouble
and at trining expense. The choapestarticle aver
discovered Tor the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of gocd Solt Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will nod -la superior
article for cleaning type. Itis perfectly soluble and
free from imparities.
Rrokeoinsmalllumpsandput up inl, 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
181 Pearlstreet.New York.
A. riva & CO.,
Direct through the Custom-houseor Nashville,
AND DEALERS IN
Wines, Brandies, &c,
SF,jm France, Spain .Portngal.Gernvtny and Italy;
No. 30 North ITIarltet street,
(Next door above the Watson . Honse,)
WE have establisneda house i this eity for the
put.rof vending fine WINES, BRANDIES,
. T- . k..n r.nnstantlv on hand sev-
1"S.S!'.B;W . ..fd Vrandie'a.which have
UlEHEin the city , wmcuiac,
Heicctea IaUHIP Coal
-in . . nrniMtd Lams Coal la to be
1 fn.nd at the J3nn Yard , where It U sold at tb.
w price e r 21 can u per bushel. Drop y or or4er
rxNo. MP,0.,isi thay wUl ba promptly atj
ended to. SAMCL J. AGNEVT,
JMII il iirawivfcvi wi w r"
Capital $100,0001 ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. 36, Corner of CedaraUeet and the
TTrLLtake risksagainst Loss or dam
VV age by Fire on Buildings, Goods,
Waresand Merchandize generally . Also ,
on Shinmentsaeainstloss or damage by
Seasand Rivers, to and front all points.
ALSO Risks oa Negroes agaiust the dangersor
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,?
ANTHON Y W. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EWlN,
JOHN K.1RKMAN, HCOH McCREA, '
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWAKD3,
R. C. MCNAIRY, IRBV MORGAN,
W. H. EVANS. ; '
ALEXANDER FALL President. .
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. auglS
X K v n o o u s
Just received by Express and Tor sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
FJ Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutlcdge a Novel.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
une2-tf 41 College st.
Panoramic Painting for Sale.
A first-rate opportunity for Investment.
BUATAN'S PILGPXtlS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
BtixYAX's PrtGRiH's I RoGRKas is offered for sale.
This painting has been before the public of 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. It is
in good order, with all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for shipment. For terms &c., tc., apply in
person or by letter to J. B. Chaighkad, or to
A. S. CAMP & CO.,
junel9-tf Nashville, Tenn.
Lcuisville Courier and Cincinnati Commercial
copy 3 times and send bill to this office.
CAYCE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE undersigned respectfully inform his old
friends and the public generally that the above
watering place will bo opened for the reception o
visitors on the 1st day of June.
Ucbasa large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, kc.
for the amusement of his visitors. - These springs
have as fine medicuial qualities as any in the State.
All who are afflicted with Dyspepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache, &c., wonld do well to give them a trial.
He has Sulphur, Chalybeate and Free Stone waters
all of the very best kind. The Springs are situated
iu a pleasant healthy locality, 10 miles Sooth of
Franklin and 3 miles west of Thompson's Station.
He wouid say to all who may favor him with a visit
that no pains will be spared to make it a pleasant one.
Board perweek, : : : : : : $5 00
do. day, :::::: 1 25
Single meal, ::::::: 50
Children under 11 years and servants half price.
Keeping Horse per week, : : : : 3 50
All extra trouble extra charge.
49-Tbe hack will meet the cars at Thompson Sta
tion on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, aud Tuesdays, ThursJays and Saturdays
in the evening. WM. CAYCE.
Something for the Hard Times.
JUSr received, by express, two hundred Louisi
ana Attakapas pair of Pants goods that were
never known to wear out at $3 Cash.
juue23-2w Public Square,
Banner and Union and American copy one week
and charge U1L3 olBce.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under tbe style of Fowler and
Kirkpatrick, 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
authorized to settle tbe business 01 tne old urin.
A. W. FOWLER,
apr39 S. KIRKPATRICK.
rriHE undersigned having retired from the firm of
JL Fowler s Kirkpatrick, oaviug soiu out ma en
tire interest therein to S. Kirkpatrick, ressectfully
tenders his thanks to th customers of tbe lirm for
their patronage, and st-Vc'ls a continuation of said
patronage to nis succe
apr30-3m A. W. voWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
. Broadway, New Vorl..
ITT HEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
v V was universally pronounceu tue uiuel inaguiu
cent. convenient aud thoroughly oiganized estab
lishment of the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in size, m
sumDtuousnesP, and in the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
for 1000 guests, including luu complete suites 01
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 for the convenience and social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted in iu plan,
or is neglected iu its practical details, the early rep
utation of the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointment?, and it;
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions of the propri
tors TREADWELL, WHITCOMB & t
R. T. FLEMING,
HO V S E, SI il
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
(BetweenCherry and Summer Streets.)
jSgpOrdersf rom the country promptly attendee
May 27 tr
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. HAGAN,
may29tf rcB College street.
Reynold's New Worlt.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds
author of Mysterieis of Ixindon, &c, &c
Just received by JOHN YORK & 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 Graeleuberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
hxs ever been invented.
The Uealtn Bitter?,
Fo 35 cents, will make half a gallon of the beet
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consti
lt tions, dyspeptic habits, billions disorders derange
ment of the stomach and bowels. Every lamily
wouU use them at the present change of lfc season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & MI CHIN
Large Sale or TliorougU Ured Trot,
tins and other Horses at AVoodbnrn
ON Wednesday, the 22d day of August next, I
will sell at Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
head of Thorough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen thorough bred
brood mares, tbe same numbe of trotting mares,
and tne balance young stock of both sorts.
Catalogues of stock ready for distribution, one
month previous to day of sale, and may be bad on
application to Dr. D. SwigRt, or the cubscriber,
R. AITCHESON ALEXANDER.
Woodburn Farm is nanr Spring Station, on Lex
ington and Frankfort Railroad. . june30-t2ds.
The Bartholf Sewing Machine
IS sold on six monrbs' time, fully warranted.
No, 26, College street, oppostto Sewanee House.;
For Plain Stocking and Facty Knittiq
' - . ' -. ALSO - . f ;. ;
Maenines for Knitting, Drawers, Shirts, le.,
' " OF ALL SIZES. ' '' -
Rib Xadiinetof 1 fti, 2 &1, 2 & 2 and 3 ft 2 Rib,
. OX UAXD AS9 XaOI TO OBDKK. : '- "- -
THESE Machines nse the plain English Spring
NeetUe, oa a new principle, and are the cheap
est and mokt rabid machines lor knitting in nse.
The Coffee Patent Family Knitting Machines far
Family and Plantation te, ia a new and snccessful
feature ia tha useful inventions of the age, and ranks
. wlta the Sawing Machine. ..
' AOKBCT A aLZ3 BOOK, ' '
. X0. 677 BROAD WAT, NEW TOUV"
; Jun.ll-ant flEXRY C. LEE, Aenl.
; S ECONOMY!
W . . jt 7i n . V
. N .1 . I 111 O
a iv vvo "
Am accidents via happen, eve in welt regulated
fiimilies,U is very desirable to have some cheap aud
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toy s, Crock
ery ,c ..." ,
SPALDINO'S PREPARED GLTTE "
meets all such emergencies, and no household can
afford to be without it. . It is always read v and up to
tbe sticking point. There is- no longer a necessity
for limping ehtirg, splintered veneers, headless dolls,
and broken cradles. It is just tbe article for cone
shell, and other 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 of tbe best cabinet maker's Glue
It may be used in the place of ordinary, mucilage
being vastly more adhesive. - .
"IShUL IN EVERY HGUSE, '
N.B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 26ct
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar St. , New York.
Address HESRY C.SPALDING &C0.,
Box, No. a,6W, New York.
Put tin tar TlMlAra in faaAa Hintalnln.rnn, Citrli
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package. i '
3A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREP?ET
GLUE will save tea times its cost annually t evert
Sold bvall Drnntot SUUoners, lmggis, liar a -are
axd Furniture Dealers. Grocers, and Fancv
Country ti,.r,:.ant3 should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up tueii
list. It will stand any climate -
GRAN D PIANO.
I HAVE just unpacked, and have now for in spec
tion, tbe finest Grand Pianoforte ever re
ceived in the city of Nashville, l'be utteution of ev
ery lover of tbe "King" of Instruments is invited to
this Piano. Also several square '
Pianofortes of Steinway & Son's. Make,
Have just been added to my stock, all of which will
be sold at New York Prices, for cah or negotiable
pajicr, at . . ,
33 moil Street,
J. A. McCLUKE.
XTiir New Music, in great abundance, being added
daily to my already largo stock. '. july9-tf
rT"HE firm of MAN f-FIELD, GILLOCK & CO. is tbs
1 day dissolved by mutual consen t. H. P. Giixock
having disposed of bis entire interest in the firm, to
T. L. Maxsfiei-d and C. P. Ltoxs, who alone are au
thorized to use the name of the firm m liquidation.
The business will hereafter be conducted under the
firm and style of MANSFIELD, LYONS & CO., at
their old stand 33 and 35 Broadway.
Signed, T. L. MANoFIELD,
H. P. GILLOCK,
Nashville, July 7th, 1880.
IN" retiring from the above firm I return my sin
cere tbauks to the public ror the patronage be
stowed upon us, and solicit a continuance or the same
to my successors.
ju!9-lin H. P. GrLLOCK. .
'w- anted. ; :
SKUATIOXS TO TEACH FOR TWENTY-FOUR LA
DY GRADUATES if the Hudson River Institute.
Some teach English, French, Latin, Piano Music,
Drawing and Painting others only part ot the above
ranches. This lustitution affords rare advantages
r a thorough education, at very reasonable rales.
... REV. A. FLACK, A.M., Priucipal,
-. Calverack, CoL Co.,N. Y.
T lie Lovers
or a aksnxs
Can be suited nowhere better than at
ETIENNE LAMBEB T & CO.'S
Colonnade Building, 53 Cherry Street.
ntay3-tf. , ,
TUA1IVE & 1aj C V5
Job WoXn of Boots and Shoe.
WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
aud Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Calt
immediately as they must be sold, at our Ware rouni
up Flairs, -No. 71,.
june2-tf. TRABUE k LUCUS.
TDK ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged ' and Refurnished.
THK undersigned' having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, pad refur
nished it thoronghout in the most elegant style, will
opeu the house to the public on Thursday the 6th
iust. SAMUEL J. CARTER..
July 2 dtr u a - . ,
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & very Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on m
the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. The faasiiS
dwelling is of Brick, built in modern style IJ
and very commodious; containing 0 rooms
of good size, besides hahs, ante-chambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
A Beautiful Grove of Forest Trees. -
The kitchen .wash room and meat house are also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
large cistern. ... . - .
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, of which twelve are m HEAVY TIMBER. - '
No bridge or railroad to pass, and the toil gate will
soon be movel beyond. .' i - , -
ALSO adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres
one of seventeen acres, heavily timbered.
These lands arc well adapted to gardening being
near the city and of free soil, clear of rock.. Posses
sion given at any time. - - ., . u..
For terms apply to the nudersigned on the premi
ses, or at S3 College street.
. June25-dtf A. II. FORD.
New Steinwav Piano
At IaucYl's Music Store,
:.. No. 45 Union street
THIS InstrumeDtis warranted new
and notsixty days from tbe man- i
ufactory , as will be seen on examina
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's '
price, without additional charge for freight. ' Tho
in want of a Piano will find it to their interest
call and examine it before purchasing. ' ,
, . JOHN LUCK . .
ro.'17-tf Music Dealer, 45 Unina
V - A. McCLURE has for sale 60
O . Piano Fortes from celebrated r'l-..i-J
makers, Stein way A Sous, A. H. Gale ft g li 'Hji
k Co., Hazelton Bros., Peters, Cragg , II
k Co., and others, consisting of 6 and 6U,7 and 7K
Octaves, and ranging in price from S104to $buuTnil
warranted ia every respect. Persons purchasing
from him will kot pay from $25 to 975 more than if
they gave an order to a Fnau for an instrament
that they neither see nor hear until Itis put npia
their parlor. Whenitissometimes very hard to and
an instrumen t that pleases l n every particular wben
yon have a dozen er more to select from, is it at all
likely you - wouid be pleased in buying by order
Also in store the largest stock or Btteet music tsooks,
and small Music lostraments ever offered In the
Market, and W'U be sold lower than by any
other houseinthe City. Ccmeto&3 Union street and
be convinced. , . J. A. MOCLL'hvk. '
JuueSS-tr -" - -
Sunday School Celebrations. .
' Flags! FlagH! FlaW!!! ! t
TVTOTHINO adds so much to the appearance of a
jL Procession of Sunday School Child wn as a Tiag
intha hand of every little boy and girt. ' LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them m any quantity, at XT
College street, up stairs over Shield' Auction Ro in
- mayl-4 . .
- Hungarian Grass Seed -
JUST received, and for sale at a low flgnre 600
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with great care, aad was rm.i.
ed in tne Northern portion or Missouri is tree irom
dirt and all imparities.' ' ' --
aprll-tf . mts .. i- MTZELL, HOOPER A Cf.- t
A Desirable Dwelling for llent
ONE of the most desirable residences in the city
ia exposed for rent for tbe balance of the year.
Hi within fire minatea walk of the Square, quite
retired, and coutaina seven good rooms, "with plen
ty of out rooms. A good two story brick stable, oar
nag honse, Ac. Enqulrf
. iu27-lf . -4 v.a E. E. GLASCOCK CO.
Reduction in the Price! of Feed.
: Prime Timothy Hay at $26 per Ton.
Corn at 75 cents per Bushel ; n Charge for Sacks.
A J NK INS,
No. 14 3Iailtet iatreet,
IS now offering HAY and CORN at the above prices
and Las also on hand . v ; -.
Fresh Ground Meal;
- 7 Extra Family and Superfine Floor;
I jtte Red Potatoes, for June planting;
, .. . Millet Seed;. :.y .
liungariau Grass Seed;
' ' 4 100 barrels Hydraulic Cement.
ja- All of h:cJ beottersat the lowest Cash pri
ces. , A. JENKINS,
juue21-tf . . - No. 14 Market street.
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sires for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now pre;iared to furnish
tbabove in any quan v- , wholesale and retnL Al
so, Fireworks of all ki 8. Crdets i distance
promptly attended to. JOHN LUCK.
Negro Man for Sale.
I AM oflering, at a bargain , an A No. 1 Negro Man
for sale, aged 26 years. He has bad considera
ble experience on a farm, and taking care of stock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
' JunelSMf Cadar street.
H. K. F0WT3EirFC0
No. 53 Clierry street,
HAYING always on hand a fine variety of Soups,
Fresh Fish, Porter House Steaks, MraUof all
kiud and variety. Also, every variety of Vegetables
on hand, ready and served to order in the best of
style, would respectfully invite tbe attention of their
frienls and the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER CO.,
No. 63 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Express
Office, in Colonade Buildings. - june22-tf
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union I American Block, Cherry st.,
RE just in receipt of their SU MER STOCK
Fine Mints and Brandies;
Scotch Ale and London rter;
. Light Wines for. Sniper nse;
- ' French Cordials and Syrups;
Hermetically tealed Goods of every description;
English and French Fruits, Tickles, Sauces and
Extra Fine Green and B lack Teas; St. Louis Crack
ers, Olive 0il,S. C. Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
OlQres, Cassin, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isinglasj,
Gellatine, Preserves, Cracknel Biscuits, Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Sua pa, &c.
We keep constantly on bana er rytbing pertaining
t the supply cf Families.
U. B. SNOWDEX & CO.
The Unpreceientfd Success
Wkich has of late attended the nse of
Ia. IX. SW EET S
INDUCES os to call tbe attention of all ihoso atflict
. ed with piles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial eQcclF. It is tbe only preptra
tion that can be relied on lor a permanent and spee
dy cure. If yen are afflicted try it at once, and be
earelul to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is compou nded under tbo supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will return the money if no cure pro
ceeds from ita ose.
ay For sale at Demoville's and DcGrove's, and
by other Druggists. , juneio-tf
OT wishing to carry over ary portion of our
SIJTIinEK STOCK, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of everything in
Regardless of Cost.
4f3 Persons not yet supplied will do ell to ex
amine them, as we are determined to CLOSE HUM
OUT. . R. C. McNAIRY k CO. ,
junelS-tf , :. ' - - -
3J MILES FROM SI1AWSVILLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this WA.
TERIXG PLACE in October last, have thorough
ly repaired and furnished it with entirely new fur
niture of the best class, and will op"n h for the re
ception ot Visitors ON THE 15TH DAY OF JUNE
Hving increased accommodations, ana mum no
er&l arrangements for the comfort of their guests.
theyHatter themselves that but few (if any) Water
ing Places will afford the same attractions as this.
It is sitoatad in the count v of Montgomery, 3
miles rrom SUA WSY1LLE DEF01, (Va. and Tenn.
H. R.) on tbe banks of the Roanoke river, and is sur
rounded by some of tha most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery to be found among tbe Mountains of
Virginia The Water has acquired such a reputation
in the last few years, that it is unnecessary to nay
anything in commendation o it. It is now consid
ered a tpeeifie for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, ai d
a remedy iwr ati cutaneous isiseases, ui'rut eru
ditions of the Stomach, Bowe'B and liver, and lor
prostration of the nervous system. We might sp
nend a number of certificates from Physicians aud
others acquainted with its merits, and to these mignt
be added ad infinitum.
Passengers will bo met at Shawsville by Four
Horse Omnibusses, to convey them over a new road
to tbe Spring. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
inrton, Richmond and Petersburg in tbe morning,
arrive at the Springs the same cay; thoie from loo
South will find tbe same conveyance on tbe arrival
of each train. . '.
nnel4-dlm uuviu.uiuiut.ii niu.
An Invoiee of Meerschaum Pipes. . .
TUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pines, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, whi-h will be sol 1 cheap at pri
vate sale by - . utJ. x. ouiti.ua l. va.,
juneio-tf - central Auction iwvms. -
WANT TO HIRE.
TTOR the balance of the year, a servant to do the
r ' eooklnr aad washing for a small family J Ap
ply at this office.
apr-U, ; . .
Canary Cases ! -
TCST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cagesol
I . . f . 1 a k.mluanM .
t ail Styles, colors anu rivco, uio mm "
as ever brought to this market. For sale low bv
Entire' Stock Under Attach
V ' - . ment. .
TENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO., will proceed to sell at
V the Store, No. 16 Public Square, next door to W.
, i- c.Mm itn fteflannt or W. C.
W m. UHuDUD m mwnmuj " 7 .
Show. CD. C, commencing oa Thursday morning,
Julv Bth at 10 o'clock, the entire contents ot the
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. The stock consists of Em.
broidertes. Laees, Ribbons, a largo stock of Silk
Trimmings, Ladies' sad Children's Furnishing Goods,
with a never ending variety not to be enumera
ted Ladies are invited, and also dealers, who wiU
flud'u to their interest to attend. The Store is for
lent" ' . BFNJ. JT. SHIELDS k CO.
jun25-td . . . . ,
Notice to Stockholders!
Kaabvllle and Cnattmnoosat Railroad.
"J;" " SUPERTNTENDEXT'S OFFICE. "." . V '
Nasnville, June 28th, I860.
Tv pursuance of a resolution passed by the Stock
v ..r .v.. U4cuvif.i v mnrn 1 TTl v cm; A
UUIUQI.UI ,im - imj. . .wmw
RAILROAD COMPANY on the 4th day of December
ast, the Stockholders la said company will ba oar.
t fre of charge over the Road oa tne Sd, 4th and
B days of July, at their pleasure, by eTtutblUnf
- e!r cerUacaie ot stoca nvu tuuuuviin .
i JaneSO-Kl. . c : ' - - - W E. COLE, Snpl
AND It E W V I N D S
ADVERTISING AGENCY . i
13SNassaD8t..nextdoortothe KassauBank .!S '
is the Agent for tbe Namhville Pitriot jxna the best
11 . . j -
lie is authorisedto receivead vertiaenienttforu
at our puMuked rate : r
CANONBURYnorSEJby G .W .M.Reyiolds,price60
AIA ARUNDEL, . 60
OIJVTA .ortheMaidofnonor . 60
CHARI EY FOX'S Ethiopian SongBowk, 13
lii-AJKiitcHKlsiY'SJoke Book,No.2, 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER ,bySy IvanusCobb Jr. .. '-6
llli'..All0 THEKA.CUE,byDr J.H.Robiuscu .6
ocuv. rcvui puvage on receipt o 1 price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
Agents wanted . augS-tf w
Jniiits Is. Edith's
Sf, Lius, iMo.
JUlIliS II. SIMM'S
THE undersigned, sole proprietors of the above
brands of Whisky, would respectfully caution
theirfriendsandcustomors against the numerousim-
tatious of these well known brands.
The 8turiousarticle isinvariably a aefariouscom-
pcuud. whereas we miarantythe genuine, mauufac-
ured only by ourselves ,to bef reef rom al lobuoxious
136 and 1 jbNorthieciind street,
apr-2-t f St. Louis, Mo
Baltimore Bell aud Brass Works.
REGKSTER & WEBB,
Keep oa hand and make to order,
F every eiztband kmc, varying rrom idto 10,000
porsia. wnicn are WBrraniea iu iu rcntK-uu
equal to any made in the Countkt. Also, manu.ac
ture everv variety of Brass Faucets, for Water
stom and (las. Also.Brass t'astiiiKS. Babbitt's and
Anti-Friction MeUl, al lof which is sold upon piea
Seud for a CaTAioui'K axd Pkicb I-U-t.
Jasper Branch Railroad.
OfrcbNasd. AChat -RAiiRoanCo.
October 3, 1859.
Bv.rdcrofthn Board of Direetora cailsare m
on the stock of the Company subscnoed
buildine a branch road from Bridgeport toja
payableto theTrcasurer cf this Compauy asl'ollo
una dollar on eacu snare u nie isi 01 .-oveiuo
1859. and two dollars on each share on the 1 xt da
o December, 1859, January, February, Mare
April, Slay, June, July , August .September, O
berand November, 1860.
Payment may be made to Jackson Tryor.at ai
per, or to the Treasurer at bis office in Nashville.
Promptnessin meeting these calls is requestedo:
the subscribers of stock, as the construction of the
road depends exclusively on tbe means providec
speciOcally for that purpose.
ocl4 tf W. A. G LEAVES .Treasurer
SEED CORN, SEED OATS AXD POTATOES.
Ho. 14 South Market street.
HAS NOW IN STORE
K 'ff BUSHELS prime Northern Corn for Seed. .
JVjv 600 do. " Pennsylvania OaU '
1,000 do. " Missouri Oats "
200 barrels early Nesbannock Potatoes.
Also, to arrive per steamer B. M. Ruuyan:
600 bushels Hungarian (irass Seed.
200 Millet Seed. -For
sale by A. JEXK1NS,
. mar3-tf No. 14 South Market street.
New York Pianos
T. II. CHAMBERS'
PIANO F0RTES .
. Established In 11828.
(Formerly Duboie it Stodart.aud luboie, Bacon a
IVarerooiua In tUe "Bible JIoue,
Cor. 8tli street and 4tli Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY".
Thia is a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully executed, aud perfect satisfaction
N. B. Send for a circular, with description of
styles and scnedul of prices. . . marjtd-am
Express to ClarksTille. V
THE Southern Express Com pan v respectfully an
nounce that they are nowruuniug kkuooebs
through to Clarksville. via. E. it K.ud U.C.tl.
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward t4 that placa
andintervenmppoints with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sect by express. They will also
forward to all iilaces on BUte routes, connectiug
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made.
3y Office No. 19 Public Square.
febl"-tf - A K. HOLT , Superintendent.
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
BURIAL C ASES,
G A S K E T'S.
No. 49 Clmrcli Street, r ; t
-6 - '
Nashville, Ten n e s s e e
CIS t " . - - - . .- : ...
THE ' BARTIIOLtP MACHINE
TJ AS a lanrer and Bner finished table- than an j
j l 60 machine. . . -
- No. 2i,CoUeg stre',0ppoa)t Sawsna Honse. ;
.apriUT . , : ,.? :y ..;n.'q tU-z
RATES OF ADVERTISING
xk oa tnss To enssriTCTx a Boxasn.
t day (1 0O oaehad'ahnEertiak 60
1 week, 3 00 tachad'alsqoar 6
2 " i tn ' rut
month 6 00
t - S OO
rt - 3 "12 OO
" 6 13 00
4 4 1 4 - .,
" 8 00
44 IA A
. KOTwitLS at nrsrv.
nuen uKice must be given to take out.nd stop
advertisements, r yearly ad vertwers berore the year
expires. otherwise meshallcharget Idone
tinued without pre viouniutit-etoasnorwillanycbarga
be made for less than one year at he yearly rates.
From TlSCHER,OWRN k CO., General Advertising
House ,App!ctn Building ,S46 Broadway
LIGHT ! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
JASt!iCTCKtSO I MFBOVBD
Errosene, Camphene, Fluid, and Oil and
is vaniorssTTLEsasn rixisa.
O 11 A r. U E L 1 VI XV
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BCTLDiNQ
Xo. 132 WiliiamStreet Jiear Fulton, New-York.
AIL Y II IV E .
V. S. MAI Li
IN CONNECTION TTTTH THE
Naslmlle and Chattanoosra 11, R
Tennessee and Alabama Railroad,
. , . : AND THE
THE following splendid steamers comprise
line,ndleaveNasbvillrdi4ilvrt 1 1 1.
villemithiand.Paducab, Cairo, Memphlnand New
Steamer MTNNETONK A -ik
l'amiikli, Master, Jk
Leave8NafihriIi4nr li.. t
day at 12 o'clock, M. .
Steamer C. E . HILLMAN .
day at 4 o'clock, P. M. ,
Steamer ST .CLOUD .
Sins, Master, u, 1 1.
Leaves Nashville on Wedues ,kFvJi-A- .
daysat 12 o'clock, M. -y-iSr-
DasaiEU, Master, jl u.iai 11 .
LeavesNashvilleeverv Thnrs-aJiiii I
oy at 12 o'clock, M. tTt --H
Steamer B.M.RUNY AN,
strLLxa, Master, ,
Leaves Nashville oa Fridays
11 u cuc,r at.
SteamerST. CLOUD ,
nay at is o'clock, M. illi T" 1 Sin
The?esteaniersconnectatPaducah with the Mo
and Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Centra.
Railroad, and at St. Louis with tbe Missouri and nppt
Mississippi River Packels,andareequaltoany steal
ersanoat forsafety .speed and comfort.
aug8-tf. - A. HAMILTON, Agent
JBOYIdE & CO.,
No. 59 Second Street,
".? 1 IMPORTERS Or " ' "
Forlffu Liquor & Ulnes, DIatlllerr
and Slauufaeturers of ISrandlea,
Wlnei, Cordial. Bitters, &e..hv
constantly on hand various grades of pure Bo or
bouandltye Whkky.Peschand Ap
ple Brandy; slso, Baratarla aud New
England Bam, 4te, Sole manufacturers of
Agents for Fred . Goule's JapaneseBitters.
aprll-dartf . - ,
a e e -s-c .
Blue' and Herds Grass Sc
II17XGARIAIV GRASS SEED,
t'l'W SEED OIL
: : IaA.ii - oiij, .
Star Candles, Bacon.
SOAP Tallow Candles, Cordage, Brooms, Bucket
1 have arranged to ha constantly supplied with
consignments or lb above and other articles of Ohin
Produce aad Mauulactureaud solicit orders, ocaba
famwa ycauTT to KKBfjnmox.and rucssASLOw
ottered by any house in the city.
Consignments r Tennessee Prod ace aold and
turns made promptly, -r -,!.
. - .; COMMISSION MERCHAN1
oct24-t .' . .. 4 Walnut street, CinclnnaU.Ohio.
m: W; HAMER:& CO..
SMUT MACHINES. FLOUR PACSRS, BRAN DCS
. , iun. Ul 1st, iitivn A.-iivut BHANU
. . . - v . BOLTING CLOTH .
' AxrvcrcBxas of rorrasiA
CBLTOG JLD iEOLTIXG ; FLOUR .MILLS,
CORN aud Fead Mills of aU da, both vpperaad
under run nr. (m-t .lil. A ci.ii.....
gmes , Boilers, Gearing , 4c ..furnished to order ,e or
ner of Western Row aad Second st.,C-ncinnat
muts can ue seen in operation at oo rFactory
, . Fresh , Fruits all the Tear !
;? l r THE TO3IANS'
RTJ IT -BOTTLE,
T?OR CTTIJTT, COVYENIKNCS,- ECONOMY AND
X1 SAFETY, Is nnequalledf or preeervinji Fruit ia
a fresh state, hi any climate ,an indefinite urn. Hat
kig aaed. the BoUk-s, we aad tham exceedingly
convenient and Just the thing wacted.
-JOHN J. THOMAS, in Register ol Rural ASvrs.
For deacriptive and price circulars, adureaa Pra
pretor, at Walaorth, Wayne county, New York.
- lySMU3l3tw r 4 i i T.Q.TEOXANS.
LTOX'S IXSECT POWDES!
FOR SALE BY . -
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