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PUBLISHED DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A. S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEJERICK STREET.7
vol. xxn.
NASHVILLE, TENN., THURSDAY JULY 19 1860
NEW SEEIES-AT0. 1425.
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asljmllc patriot.
TESTIS:
Pally, per annum "
Tri-weekly, perananni 5 Oo
Weekly, per annum, ... ......3 H
One Weekly fortwoyears, ortwo Weeklies
for ore year, in advance, S 00
When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to b
discontinued' paii in advance at the time subscribed
or), toe subscriber nv'it order. otos rwiss it will bo
continued, at ouradoptioa.uutilpaid for and stopped,
f not paid, it mast be paid at the time of a lacoiiti ou
nce, or at ouropuon. If the party is good, it will be
seat until paid.
Remittances by mail, in "registered letters, at
oar risk.
Jilt5cei!ane0B5
American and Voreisn
STEREOSCOPIC E31POIUU31.
E. ANTHONY,
30S Broadnaf, TiY York.
After May 1st, 18C0. 501 BROADWAY, ttco
doors from the St. Kkholas Hotel.
The Stereoscope Is the rno? t instruciict. iiiteresting,
ntertaining, amusing, aa.l exciting vt modern inveu-
4ns- .
None are too vauna. noue oil, none too xntellx-
gent, none too uneaucaiea, in uui-ui;r
ud beauty. ... .
No home is complete m uliuul It, and it Bind and
will penetrate eceryickerr.
it nrnu tn vour view every part of the world
In all th rrlitf, boldness, perspective, iud sharpness of
detail, as it you were on lue tpwi.
Photographers are everywhere exploring Earupe,
AsU.Atnca, America, in search of the fraud ouil
the beaauful, and the results of their skill are cm
MtaHilf enriching our stock.
We have an immense variety of paper views of
Scenes in Paris, London, England, scoti.na.ireiana,
Wales, Franco, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Spm.
The Khine, Versailles, St. Cloud, r o u tain ei lea u,
Tuilleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, the Holy
Land, China, India, Crystal Palace, alio Groupe His
torical, amusing, marriage scenes, breakUtt scenes
pic-nics, statuary, kc &c. An rziuisite assortmrn
of Illuminated Interiorsot Palaces, Churcbep. and t.'a
tuedralsot France, Italy, Sc. &c. Ihe eacct o
these illuminated views is most remarkaole.
Evert ok-vtlemas or wealth is rkm.nkd tatb
should have in his drawing room some of our ex
quisite views on glass, with a revolving stereoscope,
fcbowngl2, 25, 5o or'luO scenes. Nothing can be
more fascinating, and one can oiler no greater treat
to a friend fond of the picturesque ani ttie beautilui.
Antkony'slnstantatieous Stereosco Views are tho
latest Phf.ographic wonder. They are tak.n in tlie
fortieth. part of a secorui, and ever! thing wo matter
koto rapidly it may be -moving, is depicted as sharply
and disliuct-y as if it had been perlctly at rest.
This gives an additional value, Tor to the beauties
or inanimate nature U adds the charm f life and mo
tion. The process is a oiecovery ol our owu.and
being vnknoum in Eurvpe,! ue rceeive from loudon
and Pans large orders lor Aulhouy 's 1-itan.anecus
Views of American life and scenery.
Among otiier things we have just published Store-
oscopic Illustrations i - - - -
6-tekkt Pratek Melti.xgs, in which many hearts teel
an interest. The particulars of this will be found
ia oor catalogue.
Oca Catalogcx of subjects and prices will be for
warded toany address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance sending ns S3. Sj, 10, Slo
$20 or $ia can have a good instrument and such
pictures a hey may request, sect by Express.
Views alone, (witaoul instrument) can be sent by
"parties who wish to be advise of everything real
ly valuable in the line that conies out , may bend us
their names to place on record, and will keep Uem
ported at our own expense.
Men of leisure will lind Photography a most rasei
mating and delightful amusement. We are prepared
to fit oat amateurs with everytting cecessaay tor
their success together with instructions '-How to
take Steropic r- E-A3TH0NY,
Importer and Mannra. tsrer or rhotographic Ma
terials, Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic itws.
f Merchants from every section of the country
re respectfully invited to make an examination, of
or stock, as our discount to the trada wiU be lib
eral. TO PrOtOgraphers. First class stereoscopic Ne
gative waiiiciL
voa Dy niaiiapniiiuuaiuiiiii-U f,w-' -
gative.
junl4-4m.
G. B. BROWN, A. J. HOOTER . (
MLZELL, HOOPER & CO
WHOLESALE GU0CERS,
vnRW ADDING AND
Commission Merchants
AND DEALERS IX
FOREIGN A5D DOMESTIC LiarORS, TOBAC
CG, CIGARS, SNUFFS, if.,
No. 6 and 8 ruarket Stree,
NASIIV1L.LE TOAESSEE
vrmsxjEs, brandies, wines, &c
W
E have in store and tor saiecneap to iue iijui
t lx6bbla. Jo. Newsom's celebrated Whisky.
66 bbuu old Bourbon Whisky.
75 bble. Old Kye a prime article.
15 bbls Old T.ye Warranted Pure.
5 bbls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 till barrels Cherry Brandy.
qu-ter bbls. Cherry Braady.
SO quarter bbls. Ginger Brandy.
11 bbls. pure Robertson County Whisky.
... . r, t
4 bols pure Appie dimuj.
... . .i tr .i.-. .4 t .
2& Quarter rasks Holiamd Gin.
75 bbls. Am
American Brand V.
With Cognac, Catawba Brandy, Jfcc.
Jan9tf BAP M1ZELL, HOOPER CO.
Attention All!!
-7"E have in store, aud for sale cheap, a large as
sortmeut of Safes, which for darability, and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled in the
United Stales.
MIZELL, HOOPER CO.
an9-tf Bar No.'s 6 & o Market SireeU
A Full and Choiee Stock of D-f Goods at Co
AT
KICIIO LSO-SiJI VS1 PIIREY'S
TTPotheti'n0Ir?'in8 "P"tB Gooilswewill
KJ offer our entire stock of STAPLE, and IAaLi
GUOlia at
COST FOR CASH.
Oar ob)ct in doing this is to reauco our present
Stock as uiui h as possible before getting new gooes.
I'p to that time all who wish to buy cheap goods
will do well to call on us at No. 22, South side of the
Square. jan2-tf
E. B. OLACOCK.
G. S. XEWSOM.
GLASCOCK & NEWS01E
Office, Coll ge st., next door to Merchants' Bank,
Dealers in and Agents for the purchase and
sale of
REAL ESTATE,
Renting Houses or Land in thecityorconn
ilriil tiui trive their undivided atten
tion to the Collection of Claims, Negotia
Uon Loans, sc., etc.
i: . K. GLASCOCK
T7"ILL attend to all sales of Property of every
denscription eitherin tovDorcoumrj .
JanIT If
UlantrO.
Cvoss Xics W;ntcv.
fTHHE Nashville and North-western Kailroad Com-
X. pany wian locouiracnor u,uuu v,t-iv.-i-.
TlEl-:.9feetlocr. 6 inches thick., well hewn, to face
atnarrowet puce not less liua S inches clear of
bark ;timber to be sound ; to be deli veredattuegraae
'in of the road in Nashville.
Thecontractorswantioeou!-ctfor30,000 WHITE
or POST-OAK. TIES or the same size ad iue n'jove, to
be delivered ontne line of tho road in piles from
section 14 to section 24,enonghon each section to
apply the same.
Persons wishmgto bid wl'.Mirect to the President
and Oi rectors of the Xashville aud Xortn-westeru
EailroaaCompony 'ashviUe,Tennesee.
july21-tf
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGEXTS fVh THE
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
AC 5o. 16 Cedar street,
Dolwaca Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
eci-tf IrTlIIe, Tfun.
Tin KooOng.
HATIXO Tery facility in the way r workmen
and material to donrsl rate wort with dejutch.
1 wiU contract for Tinning-rooa, either to tho city
or contry,a low rates, ad lu every cc warrant
satisfacUon. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping , c.
, oGaivanixealronCbrnices, c.,doneinue best
'"feb-t Opposite Sewanee House.
E. MYEttS & CO.,
Wboleaale CoreetIoner,
&o. 52 Alain 6t, Cinc'nnati,
-r AXCFACTCEESS of superior chilly. Candies
ilj. of HI kinds, Gam XJropa.LorengeS, riugar Toys,
J rrencttConlecuooary.ranci Candy midyrup. Aino,
dealers ia truiU.Kuts, Sardines and Fi'o works.
marlO-cat " "
Extra Family Flour.
r- f EARRKLS Extra Famiiy Floor , man oCactur-
. 1 ilf ed from choice While Wheat, to arrive to-
4ay,and for sale by
MIZELL, HOOPER k. CO.
aaari-u
Of BOXES Cabinet auuopaeoa; & BaakeUHeld
iU ri-'it, Jost received and for sale by
iHrellatteons.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE.
"1T7TSHTNG to make other investments, pro
W posetosellallonr KealEstateia Davidsonco.,
as follows:
That Suburban Residence,
situatedon the Franklin T .impute, within halfa mile
of,thecitT, and opjiosite the residence of the late Jo
seph W.'Horton. This is, perhaps, the most com
mauding site ia the vicin.ty of Nash fille, and is a
motdesirablecounu-y residence. The house will be
sold with 12or laacres ofland as thepurc baser may
choose.
That Valuable Farm.
known asthe Sims Tract ,sitaated on the MinilhTurn
pike , (old Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash
villeonUuning330 acres. The soilisgood.it is well
waterea anu iimoereu,auucau ue uiviueuiuwauiaii
tracu ot twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
gardens-aod dairy larms. Also,that
Beautiful Farm,
onaame road , now occupied bj T.C. UcCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 250 acres. This pi ice ie so well known as to
need no farther description Itwiilalso be divided
to suitriurchasers T.C. McCampbellw llshowthese
placet to anyone who willcall.
Alltheabovepruperty will be scld on reasonable
terms, and on a creditor oue ,two,lhree and four
years
Apply to A . V.S.Lindsley .Nashville ,or to either
olitieunder.-:igned .
THOS.C UcCAMPBELL,
. - Six milesfrom Nashville. -
J. A . McCAMPBELL,
aprl Nashville.
E X T 11 A
For the Consideration of Sensible People
ITMiiDUXG about is not the practiee ofDr.MESECK.
4 He understands the disease tt once and cures.
He hates long tampering around and long running
bilis, but sticks to an honorable practice, to respecta
ble fees and to cash payments. Cases given up by
other Physicians are ol ten cured by Dr. Mkseck
OiUce on CollegeHtroet, corner ot Line.
uly8-tr
m. c. BRUCE,
Auction & CoDimission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv at.,
NASHVILLE, TESSESSEE,
RESl'ECTFL'LLYsolicitsconslgnmcntEOf Merchan
dise of all classes. Satisfaction ei ven to consign.
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Consign-
eesol goods to tuis market win una my auction rooms
we II lilted up, and the goods will be sold without tie
lay auulbe money paid over forthwith.
X.U. Xosoous bought orsolclon my ownarcount.
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on
consignments. mar25
W. A. JOliASON ii. CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
AXO
Comciissicu JtfereliarJs,
CASOXDELEl -JTIIEET ..27
IiV Oit LliAIS S.
K. T. SEV1XS.
E. KrilKPAlBJCK.
KI UK FAT KICK & CO.,
TOBACCO I'ACTOUS,
C033SISSI0X i; FORWARDLG SERCUA.MS,
o, 27 XATCIIEZSTUEEr,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
EV OIILEAXS, IA.
liovT tl
XFACTlJUEii IlRTIGLES.
J. & c. Treakirt,
52 Second Street, Cinciruuiti, Oliia.
KEEP A KL'LL SUPPLY OF
"Kaaufacturers' Articles,
Carding Jtacliiaes,
"Warp on Beam, assorted colors
2achine Cards,
Wire Heddles and Frames.
Shuttles,
Steel Eeeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picier Leather,
Harness Twine,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OK
Dye-Stuffs, Cochineal
Cudbear. Indigo,
Madder, Catch,
Log Wood. Sumac.
Cam. Wood, "tc &c &c.
sep24-ly
Ambrotrpes and Melaneotypes,
rjMIE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
X. Gallery, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptype Picture cf deceased personB can her
be coppied and thrown up to the Life Size Portrait:
Pleasecalland see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype
right in Nashville. novSl-tr
If You Want a Hot Fire
BVKi THE
ETNA COAL!
Orders Can be Left in Box 91, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AGNEW.
3I0RE NEGROES LY A CASE!
ANOTHER LOT OP THOSE FINE.
PRINCIPE SEGARS,
acioDK which may be found every SHADE of the
.VfcliKO MAKh.
ALSO,
A very large assortment of .
FRENCH PIPES,
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street,
apr-li-tr J. W. LANG LEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW lOEK,
WOL'I D notify the Trade that'tbey are opening
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PRIATS,
ALSO
THE AMOSIvEAG,
A Xew Print, which excels every Print in V te Coun
try for perfection of execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper thai 1 any in
the market aud meeting with extensive sale.
Jj Orders promptly attended to
apr4-Ueowly .
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS,. &c.
inEUXDERtflGXED IS SOW SELLING 0UTAJ IJ.TIIE
Tubs, lioilers, Pipes, JUacIi ine
r Fixtures, &c,
Eelonging to the Distillery and Flouring itil!, uown
as the
CITY MILLS,
At Vaf hville ; parts or parcels of the samo "will be
soi l to suit purchasers
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Persons desiring to purchase are refi Brretl to
Turutr S. Foster, Esq., or James Cor be tt. at aeh-
viiio,ienn. TUCK. J F' JsTeB.
(accesasors to Jones it Hoi iper,)
DEALERS IS
DRUGS, MEDICJINES,
PALYTS, OILS, PERF UMERY
AND
i? a x u a o o- ,
Ko. 21 Cedar street.
IVASIIVlLIaE,TENNXSSEE.
Dealers aud PliyfiicianB i
T-SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS
27-...
Sep 5.
IFOR CASLL-CJ i
feb-tr
Savannah Route
N E W Y OR K .
Crrat Redaction ia Sates of Passage.
1111; . giro
i5saS3 gwTtSMrai rr7t-ri"-.A
New irraniement of Through Ticketi!
raoif
...31 75
... 21 75
... 25 00
... 25 50
... 21 00
... 17 60
New Orleans..
Mobile
Montgomery..
Coluuibus ....
Albany
Macon
,....$39 75
..... 35 00
'.'6 00
21 00
23 00
20 00
Memphis.....
Nashville ....
Chattanooga .
Enoxville....
Atlanta
Augusta.
Baggage checked through by the Manhattan Ex
press Company on the Central Riilroad Cars, and de
livered anywhere in New York or vicinity
By the splendid and commodious Si DK-WHEEL
STEAM-SHIPS.
AUGUSTA, 1500 tons, Capt. WoodhulL
FLOKIDA ...... 1 ,300 " Isaac Crowe 11 .
ALABAMA,.. .1,300 4 Geo.R.Schcnek
Leaving Savannah every SATURDAY, carrying the
- v. United States Mail.
These Steamships belong to the Old Established and
favorite line known as the New York and Savannah
Steamship Navigation Company, and were built ex
pressly for this line, they are commanded by expe.
rieuced, skillful, careful and polite officers ; and in
comfortable accommodations aud fare cannot be ex
celled by any vessels on the coast.- - "'
Through Tickets are sold in
New Orleans by K. Guides, 90 Gravier str
Mobile by Cox, BnAMaRD tt Co. ,
Columbusby S. H Hill, Agent Harndon's
Express and J. M, Eivi.vs, Railroad Ticket Agent, and
at ail other poiuts by connecting Railroad Ticket
Agents.
JOHN R. WILDER k GALLIE,
Agents, Savannah
BAM'L. L MITCH ILL tt SON,
rnarS-t I Agents , New York .
F'AST LINE EAST!
via
Cincinnati.
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th.
Little Miami and Columbus and
Kenla and
CIX'TI, HAMILTO.V & DITTOS
1860 SM 1860
UKILUOAD!
From CISCI.VXATI to
B is ton in 32 hours. New York in 30 hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours. Baltimore in 24,1; hours.
sar atoa Springs in 2d hrs Albany in Zo hours.
BuQUlo in 15 hours:
Iiunkirk in 14 hours.
Cleveland in h hours.
Wuoelaud in H'i hours.
Crestline in 6 hours,
i&ndusky in 10 hours.
Detroit in..
Pittsburg in 12 hours.
Steubenville in 10,' h'rs.
Zanesvillo in 6 hours.
Toledo in hours.
12a hours.
Throngh Trains leave Ci i eii rtli s & m s:
7:30 A. M. EXPRESS From Litttle Miami
Depul, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton
Depot, connects via Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk
and Buffalo; via Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg;
via Columbus, Steubensvnle and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Beliiar and Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Bellair and Ben wood .
7:30 A. in. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton & Dayton Depot, also connects via Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Cauada; via La ton, Clyde and
s&ndtfciky.
10 A. Iff. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, couoecia via Columbus, Beliiar and Benwood;
Tia Columbus, Beliiar and Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Bulfalo.
6 P. Iff. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton & Dayton Depot, via Lima, Toledo, Detroit aud
Canada; via Day tan, Clyde andaaudusky.
IUoderu Sleeping Cars ou tliis Train,
via Toledo.
11 P. Iff. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, conuects via Columbus, Steubensvillo and
Pittsburg; via Columbus, Beliiar and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Beliiar and Benwood; via Columbus,
Cresiline and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk ad ullalo.
Modern Sleoplng Cars on tltls Xraln.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. 21 . have a hoars in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections.
The 6 P. M. Exprese, Saturdays, makes all con
nection as advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily , Saturdays except
ed. All other 'trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIJIE, which isTMinutea
faster tbau CINCINNATI TIME.
lias
rage Checked Through to
all Eastern Cities.
Passengers should bear in mind that the
"U.SC1XNAT1" is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE.
Connections are made promutly, the Roads are
thoroughly BALLASTED,, and all modern improve
ments adopted insuring srkO,coJiF0RT and Sa ET Y.
THROUGH TICKETS
.Ire sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OF VICES in the WEST and SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
via CINCINNATI.
P. W. STRADER, General Ticket Ag't, Cin'ti.
jun30-tf.
Ten nessee & Alabama Railroad.
CILVA'GE OF SCHEDULE.
TIME TABLE.
Commencing; Sui-day, June 3d, I860.
PASSENGER TRAINS.
Leave Na thvftle at.....
Arrive at .Nashville at..
.4-15 a. x. and 3 p. .
.10 a. J. and 5 r. x.
FREIGHT TRAIN'S.
Leave Nas hville at 5:30 a. x.
Arrive at :ashille at 4:45 r. x.
THE Morning Train going South connects with
Memphi B and Charleston Railroad at Decatur.
The Eveni pg Train going south connects at Colum
bia with Tra'ji to Mount Pleasant and Pulaski.
The Even ing Train going North makes close con
nection at . liashville with Louisville and Nashville
Radroad from and after Monday, May Tin, to Louis
villeandall Eastern cities. But one train on Sun.
day. W.O'N. PERKINS,
june4-tf Superintendent.
Sell onJjr Genuine Imported Goods.
Ourstock of Domesticand Havana Cigarsisvery
arge,t) which we respectfully invite the attention o
he public. IVealwaysguaranteeeverythingwesel
o be the pure article. We should be happy to re
el ve a call from all dealers and consumers when
hey visit the city, as we are ABLE AND DETER
MiNEDtco0erthebestofinducement8. july28-tf A. RIVA & CO.
OR
COXCESTIUTED POTASH.
Morethan Double the Strength of Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap withoutiime, with little trouble
and attritliDgexpense. The choapestarticle ever
discovered for the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or lif teen gallons of gocd Soil Soap, or uiue
pounds Hard Soap. Printers will find ita superior
arUcleforcleauingtype. ItisperfecUy solubleaud
free from impurities.
Rrokecinsmallldmpsand pat tip in 1, 2,4 and 6
h cans.
"'Manofactared at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WOHKS, Brooklyn Jtndsold by
. K. DUKKEE CO..
ec.O-dawly 181 PearUlreet.New York.
A. RIVA & CO.,
IMPORTERS
tyircaL through the Custom-houseof Nashville,
AND DEALERS IX
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From Fran&e, Spain .Portngal .Germany and Italy;
Uarana Cigars, Olirc Oil,
Na. 8. North Market street,
(Next door lhe Watson House,)
NASUVIXLE, TEINNESSEE.
W Knave eUbibeda bouseln i this ctt, 'for the
purpose of reading fine WINEs, BRANDIES,
nnw tr i .tad keep constanUy on handsev
ml tluue'. af VSSi. Taiid Brandies, which have
I?tetee lMealstportd into this SUt.
! E"op. much JkuwJiAX Wa
HOI Sk l)L ittauA au. inn w...
HEKEi n the city , wbJcJifact, we think , alone shonW
provethatwe . '
ScltctcA liUiup Coal. ;
THE Bnest lot of 8elected Lump Coal Is to
foand at the MXnn Yard, where it is sold at the
w prica o f 21 oen is per bushel. Drop your ora.rs
n Box No. 94 F. O-.aod th.y wUl be promptl atj
ended to. BAMUtCL J. AGNEW,
feb8-lf . Yard back of N. a C. R. H. Depot. , .
Jnsuratitta
NASHVILLE COMMERCIAL
Insurance Company.
Capital $100,0001 ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. 3d, Corner of CedarStreet and the
. 1 r
TTTILLtake risks against Loss or dam
VV age by Fire on Buildings , Goods,
Ware san d Merchan disc generally. Also,
ri-! . 1 ... .t ...... r. a h.
Seas and Rivers, toand from all points.
ALSO Risk son Negroes against the daDgersuf
the River.
DIRECTORS
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,.
ANTHONY V. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EW1N,
JOHN KIRKMAN, HUGH McCREA,
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWAKD3,
R. C. McNAUtY, IRBY MORGAN,
W IT.
ALEXANDZB ? ALL President.
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. ; aug!8
Just received by ExpreFS and for sale by F. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
Frederick Knop. ....
El Furidas, by the author of lamplighter.
Rutledge a Novel.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
series.
.. Just receive!! and for sale by-
F. HAGAN,
41 College st.
june2-tf
Panoramic Painting for Sale.
A first-rate opportunity for Investment.
BUXTAN'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
Bc.xyax's Pilgrim's I rogekss is offered for sale.
TUia 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 Ac, Ac, apply in
person or by letter to J. B. Craighkad, or to
A. S. CAMP & CO.,
nnel9-tf Nashville, Tenn.
L.uiaville 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 be opened fur the reception o
visitors ou the 1st day of June.
lie has a large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, &c.
for the amnsement of his visitors. These springs
have as fine meaicuial qualities as any in the 6 tale.
All who are alllicted with Dyspepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache, &c, would 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
in a pleasant healthy locality, 10 miles South of
Krauklin and 3 miles west of Thompson's Station.
He wouid say to all who may favor him with a visit
that do pains will be spared to make it a pleasant one.
TERMS.
Board per week, : : : : : : $5 00
do. " day, : : : : : : 1 25
Single meal, ::::::: 50
Children uuuer 11 years and servants half price.
Keeping Horse per week, : : : : 3 50
All extra trouble extra charge.
Sir The hack will meet the cars at Thompson Sta
tion on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
iu the evening. WU. CAYCE.
june20-tf
Something for ihe
Hard Times.
JUST received, by express, two hundred Louisi.
ana Attakapas pair ot Pants gooes that were
never known to wear but at $3 Cash.
JAMES DAVIS,
june23-2w Public Square.
Banner and Union and American copy one week
and charge this office.
DISSOLUTION.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned, under the style of Fowler and
Kirkpatrick, is this day dissolveu by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who alone is.
authorized to settle the busiuess of the old firm.
A. W. FOWLER,
aprSO S. KIRKPATRICK.
THE undersigned having retired from the firm of
Fowler & Kirkpatrick, having sold out nis en
tire interest therein to S. Kirkpatrick, respectfully
tenders his thanks to the customers of the lirm for
their patronage, and srVc'ls a continuation of said
patronage to his succe
apr30-3m A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New York.
WHEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
was universally pronounced the most magnifi
cent, convenient and thoroughly oiganized estab
lishment of the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in size, in
sumptuousness, and in the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
lor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites oi
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 tor the convenience and social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted in its plan,
or is neglected in its practical details. The early rep
utation of the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and it?
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions of tbepropri
tors. TREADWELL, WI11TCOMB & Co
may21-3m
It. T. FLEMING,
W O 3 S Fa , S I t X ,
. . AND
Ornamental Painter,
62 TJmonStreet, NASHVILLE,
(BetweenCherry and Summer streets.)
a3Ordersfrom the country promptly atteudedte
May 27 tf
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. nAGAN,
may29-tf rcaa College street. '
Reynold's New Work.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W.M. Reynolds,
anthor of Mysterieis of London, &c.,&c.
Just received by JOHN YORK & CO.
une9-tf
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 Graefenberg
Children's Panacea,
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
Tlie Health Hitter?,
Fo 95 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known Invaluable for weak consti
li tions, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange
ment of the stomach aud bowels. Every tamily
would nse them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & M1NCHLV
Large Sale of Thorough Bred Trot
ting and other Ilorte at Woodburn
Farm.
ON Wednesday, the 22d day of Augnst next, I
will sell it Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
bead of Thorough bred . and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of ibout fifteen thorough bred
brood mares, the same number of trotting mares,
and tne balance young stock of both sorts.
Catalogues of stock ready foi distribution, one
month previous to day of sale, and may be bad on
application to Dr. D. SwiGaBT, or the Subscriber,
R. AITCHESON ALEXANDER. .
Woodburn Farm is nenr Spring Station , on Lex
ing ton and Frankfort Railroad, Junc30-t2ds.
The Bartholf
Sewing Machine
IS sold on six monrhs time, fully warranted.
No, 25, College street, opposite aewanee Housed
aprilU
GOFFEE'S PATEST
Knitting Machines,
For Plain Stocking and Fancy Knittin;
ALSO
Machines for Knitting, Drawers, Shirts, ic,
OF ALL SIZES. " , , .
Bib Machines of 1 ft 1, 2 ft X, 2 4 2 and S ft 2 Bib,
"" ' O SU9D AXD HAD TO OMDk
THESE Machines use the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est and most rapid machines for knitting In nse.
The Goffee Patent Family Knitting Machines for
family mmd Plantation use, is a new and successful
feature ia the useful inventions of the age, and ranks
wttn the Sewing Machine.
5 ' aoeaCT Aim saxes hook, v .
H0. 8T7 BB0ADWAT, HEW YOBS, -Jnnsll-Sm
HENRY C. LEE, Axent.
J&isctllimtons.
T7 ECONOMY! V
- -r Savejlie Pieces!
At accidents unll happen, even in wdl regulated
families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furnitnre, Toys, crock
ery, 4c.
. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE '
meets all such emergencies, and no household can
a fiord to be without it. . It is always ready and op to
the sticking point. There is- no longer a necessity
for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls
and broken cradles. It is just the article for cone
shell, and other ornamental work, so popular wiU
ladies of refinement and taste. -
This admirable preparation is used cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qnaltities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue
It may be used in the place of ordinary, mucilage
being vastly more adhesive.
"USEFUL IN EVERY HGCSE,"
N.B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, S5cts
nolob:L- Dpot, No. d Cedar St.' New York." -Address
HBITBTC. SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No.3,6oO,Xew York. ,
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four , Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
-A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREP?ET
GLUE will save ten times its cost annuallyt e ever
household. -ga
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware acd Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy
Store. '
Country ti..Tants should make a note of SPAL '
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up tneu
list. It will stand any climate
janlO-ly ' '
GRAND PIANO.
I HIVE just unpacked, and have now for inspec
tion, the finest Grand Pianoforte ever re
ceived iu the city of .Sasuviile. the uttention of ev
ery lover ol the "King" of Instruments is invited to
this Piano. Also several square
Pianofortes of Steinvay k Son's Make, .
Have just been added to my stock, all of which will
be sold at New York Prices, for cah or negotiable
paper, at -
33 Union Street,
J. A. McCLURE. .
y New Music, in great abundance, being added
daily to my already large stock. .. July9-tf
Dissolution.
THE firm of MANSFIELD, GILLOCK & CO. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent, H. P.-Gillock
having disposed of his entire interest in the firm, to
T. L. MassCTEUi and C P. Ltoxs, who alone nre au
thorized to use the name of the firm in liquidation.
The business will heieafter be conducted under the
firm and style of MANSFIELD, LYONS & CO., at
their old stand 33 and S5 Broadway. -
Signed, T. L. MANSFIELD, .
H. P. GILLUCK,
C. P. LYONS.
Nashville, July 7th, 1860. ,
IN retiring from the above firm I return my sin
cere thanks to the public for the patronage be
stowed upon us, aud solicila continuance of the same
to my succt8sors.
julj9-lui H. P. GILLOCK. "
.a unveil.
SITUATIONS TO TEACH FOR TWENTY-FOUR LA
DY GRADUATES if the Hudson River Institute.
Sonic teach English, French, Latin, Piano Music,
Drawing and Painting others only part of the above
ranches. This Institution affords rare advantages
r a thorough education, at very reasonable rates."
.... REV. A. FLACK, A.M., Principal,
i, Calverack, Col. Co., N. Y.
'Il h e Lovevs
or A GEXCISS
HAVANA SEGAR'
Can bo suited nowhere better than at
ETIEiVNE E AMBER r & CO.'S
Colonnade Building, 53 Cherry Street.
may3-tf. -
T1VA.B13E & 1a3CVJS,
Job Lots or Boots and Shoe
WE have a large invoice of fint quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
immediately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms
up stairs, No. 71,.'
june2-tf. . TRABCE LUCUS.
THE ST, CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Refurnished.
TH undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, ?nd re Tar
nished it thoroughout in the most elegant style, will
open the house to the public on Thursday the 6th
hist. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf 1 ,co
FOE SALE.
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Iniprored & very Valuable,
rpjVO and a half miles from Nashville on JL.JL'
X the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. The faaaiH
dwelling is of Brick, built in modern style llljil
and very commodious; containing 0 rooms
ot good size, besides hal.s, ante -chambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated la .
A Beautiful Groie of Forest Trees. -
The kitchen , wash room and meat bouse ar e also
of brick with all necessary ont buildings, and a
largo cistern.
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, of which twelve are in HEAVY TIMPEK.
No bridge or railroad to pass, and the toll gate will
soon be moved beyond. - -
ALSO adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres
one or so v-eu teen acres, heavily timbered.
These lands are well adapted to gardening being
near the city and of free soil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at any time.
For terms apply to the undersigned on the premi
ses, or at 33 College street.
June25-dtf - A. H. FORD. .
JUusir, paw,
New Steinwav Piano
At IaucIl's lvisie Store,
. No. 45 Union street.' 7
ryHIS Instrument is warranted new mtmm,
L and notsix ty days from the man- "
nractory ,as will be seen on examtna- f"Tjjf'K,f
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's if 1 ;
price, without additional charge for freight. Tho
in want or a Piano will find it to their interest -call
and examine it before purchasing. - '
JOHN LUCK :
ma'17-tf Musio Dealer, 45 Uokua
PREMIUM PIANOS.
J A. McCLURE has for sale 60
Piano Fortes from celebrated
makers, Stein way a Sons, A. H. Gale
& Co. , Hazelton Bros. . Peters. Craee
& Co., and others, consisting of 6 and,7 and 7f
Octave8,and ranging in price from $100 to $600, all
warrented in every respect. Persons purchasing
from him will kot pay from $25 to 975 more than if
they gave an order te a Pbdlak for an instrument
that they neither see nor hear until it is put op in
their parlor. When it issomotimes very hard to find
aninstrumentthatpleasesin every particular when
you havea dozen or more to select from, is itatall
likely yon would be pleased in baying by order
Also in store the largest Stock of Sheet Musie Books,
and small Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market, and wUl be sold lower than by any
other kouselnthfcCity. - Ccmeto33 Usion street and
be convinced. - - ..... J. A.MoCLURE.
iuneSS-tf , ....a,..-. . .
Sunday School Celebrationse
Flags! Flags!! Flags J!! :.
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday 8hool Children asa Flag
in the hand of every little boy and glr. LUCK ia
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Bo m
mayl-t '- - . .,,.. "... ....
: Hungarian Grass Seed 1
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais
ed tn the Nortbara portion of Missouri is free from
dirt and all impurities. - . .-
aprll-tf aao . . . MTZFJX HOOPER k CO. "
A Desirable Dwelllns lor Kent
ONE of the most desirable residences in the city
is exposed for rent for t balance nf the year:
It Is within five minutes walk of the Square, quite
retired, and contains seven good rooms, with plen
ty of out rooms. A good two story brick stable, car
nage house, Jtc. Enquire of
Jane87-li . . . . c K. GLASCOCK k CO.
Redaction' In the Price of Feed.
Prime Timothy Day at 426 per Ton.
Corn at 75 c?0ts per Bushel ; no Charge for Sacks.
4-'jIniins,;
No. 14 Market street,
F! now offering HAY and CORN at the above prices
and has also on band , , . .'
, - Fresh Ground Meal ;
r Extra Family and Supers ne Flour;
l.ate Red Potatoes, for June planting; ,
Millet Seed; - " f
: Hungarian Grass Seed; ....
100 barrels Hydraulic Cement.
as All of which be oilers at the lowest Cash pri
ces. : , - . A. JENKINS, -june21-tf
No. 14 Market street. :
Flags!
Flags!
Flags!
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th aaove in any quan , . , wholesale and retail. Al
so, Fire works of ail ki s. orders i distance
promptly attended to. - " JOHN LUCK.
jnue21-tf
Negro Man for Sale.
TAM ofleriug, at a bargain , an A No. 1 Negro Man
for Bale, aged 26 years. He has had 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.
.. .... '. , : -CJCO. HTTCHIXOS, -
junel9-tf Cedar street.
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
Union Restaraunt,
No. 53 Cherry street,
HAVING always on hand a fine variety of Soups,
Fresh Fish, Porter House Steaks, Meats of all
kind and variety. Also, every variety of Vegetables
on band, ready and served to order in the best of
style, would respectfully invite the attention of their
frieu ts aud the public to give tliem acalL
J. K. FOWLER CO.,
No. S3 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Express
Office, in Colonade Buildings. . june22-tf
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union k American Block, Cherry st,
ARE juit ia receipt or their SU MER STOCK
or "
GEOOEElES.!
Fine Wints and Brandies;
Scotch Ale and London rtcr;
Light Wines forJ Saujner nse;
French Cordials and Syrnps;
Hermetically ssealed Goods of every description;
English and French Fruits, Pickles, Sauces and
CondemenU;
Extra Fine Green and Black Teas; St. Louis Crack
ers , Olive Oil, S. C. Hams , Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
Olsyes, Casain, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isinglas?,
Gellalioe, Preserves, Cracknel Bicuits,Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, &c.
. We keep constanUy on bana ev ry thing pertaining
tl the supply of Families.
li. B. SSOWDEN & CO.
. junel6-dlm
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended! the use of
Lu IX. SWEETS
MEDICATED SOAP
INDUCES ns to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with files 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 Ifyou are alllicted tiy itat ouce.andbe
careful to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded under tho supervision of L. N
SWEET who will return the money if no cure pro
coeds from ita use.
49-For sale at Demoviile'8 and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junel6-tf
CLOSING SALE
OF.
Dress Goods!
N
OT w Ifhln? to carry over any portion of our
MJUiUliB sTOlH, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
, .of everything in
Regardless of Cost.
Jt Persons net yet supplied will do well to ex
amine them, as we are determined to CLOSE THEM
OUT. R. C. McNAlRY k CO.
junelS-tf
ALLEGHANY SPRIXGS,
3 J MILES FROM SUA WS VILLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this WA
TERING PLACE in October last, have thorough,
ly repaired and furnished it with entirely new tur
nitu re of the best class, and will open it lor the re
ception of Visitors ON THE 15TH DAY OF Jl'NK
. H'ving increased accommodations, and male lib
eral arrangements for the comfort of their guests,
they flatter themselves that but few (If any) Water
ing Places will afford the same attractions as this.
It is situated in the count v or Montgomery, 3
miles from SUA WSV1LLE DEPOT, (Va. and Tenn.
K.R.) on the banks o I the Roauoke river, and Is sur
rounded by some of the most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery to be found among the Mountains or
Virginia . The Water has acquired such a reputation
in the last rew years, that ills unnecessary to say
anything in commeodationof it. It is now consid
ered a specific tor the worst rorms or Dyspepsia, a d
a remedy tor all Cutaneous Diseases, dis-rderi con
ditions ot the Stomach, Bowe's and Liver, and lor
prostration or the nervous system. e might ap
pend a number of certificates from Physicians and
others acquainted with its merits, and to these migut
be added ad infinitum.
Passengers will be met at Shawsville by Four
Horse Omnibusses, to convey them over new road
to the Springs. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
inrton, Ricbmond and Petersburg in the morning,
arrive at the Springs the same oay; thot e from toe
South will find the same conveyance on the arrival
of each train.
junel4-dlm BOOTH, COLH0UN k CO.
An Invoice of Seersehanm Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, whl'h will be soli cheap at. pri
vate sale by BENJ. F. SHIELDS CO.,..
Junel5-tf - - Central Auction Rooms.
WANT TO HIRE.
"frOR the balance of tbe year, a servant to do the
JD cooking and washing for a small family j Ap
ply at this office. ..
apr24-tr.
Canary Cages ! ;
JUST received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cagesot
all styles, colors and prices, some ss bandsonM
as ever brought to this market . For sate low by
febg-tf ' J. W. WILSON.
AUCTION SxVIaE :
... - OF : - ..
Cntire Stock Under Attach-
i ment.
TJENJ. T. SHIELDS CO., wiil proceed te sell at
O the Store. No. It Public Square, next door to W.
H. Calhoun's Jewelry Store, on -oonnt of W. C
Show, CD. C, commencing on Thursday morning,
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the entire contents ot the
Store, No. 15 Public Square, with counters .Shelving,
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. Tbe stock consists of Em.
broideries, Laces, Ribbons, a large stock of Silk
Trimmings, Ladiea' and Children's Furnishing Goods,
with a never ending variety not to be enumera
ted. Ladies are invited, and also dealers, who will
find it te their interest to attend. Tbe Store is for
Beat. . . ... BENJ. r. SHIELDS k CO.
, June25-td' ' ' ' . . "
Notice to Stockholders!
Nashville and Cnattanoosa Railroad.
; . '- SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.
: - IVasliville, June 28tli, I860.
FT pursoaace of a resolution passed by the Stock,
holders of the NASHVILLE ANPCHATTaNOOGA
RAILROAD COM PANT on tbe 4tb day of December
ast, the Stockholders In said company will be car.
e d free of charge over the Road on tne 3d, 4th and
b days of July, at their pleasure, by exhibiting
eir certificates of stock to the conductor.
JuneSO-td. W COLE, Sop t
AND REW H I N I) S
ADVERTISING AGENCY . -
133NaS8aust..nextdoortothe NaasanBank-.K T.
is the A gent for the N ashvulk Patriot .and the best
circulating J ournaiM n theUnitedSutes.CanadaEand
West Indies.
He is authorizedto receivead vertisementtforu?
aiour pumtsnea rates .
...... BRADY'S
Publishing: House.
. NEW BOOKS.
CANONBUR VH0CSE,by G .W .M.Reynolds.pr icc&6
ADA ARUNDEL, i. w 6o
OLl IA .or tne Ma Idof Honor . t . 50
CHAKIKY HJA'!SMhlopianSongBook,... 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book,Ko.2 ...... . .. 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER ,by.Sylvancf6obb Jr... 5
THE MANIAC'S SECRET. '2b
lUf.aAii'Uf t atKA.CHE jyDr J Jl .Robinson .25
Sen L' ree o f postage on receipt o rpriee.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No 126 Nassaustreet.New York.
Agent 8 wanted . a,ug3-tf w
St. fonb.
. Jalfns II. smith's
1 JlJJLTO
(DISTITjTjED
4
WHISKEY
Bt Loiiis, Mo.
Julius II. Smith
CELEMAT
Old Kesorve
1
.WHISKEY
t. Louis, Mo.
THE undersigned, sole proprietors of tbe above
brands of Whisky, wouid respectfully caution
theirfrieudsand customers against the numerousi ro
tations of these well known brands.
The spuriousarticle isinvariably a nefarious com
pound , whereas we guaranty the genuine, man ufac
ured only by ourselves, to befreef roin allobuoxious
tngreaienis.
BUU1 JIUI.D.NiTll I II V fJO.,
13S and l3SNorthecond street,
apr22-tf St. Louis, Mo
Baltimore Bell and Brass Works.
No. 53
Holliday St.
BALTIMORE,
UEGES1EU
WEBB,
Keep oa band and make to order, ,
BELLS
vF every eise and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
pocsd, which are wBrrantca 111 an resp--ois
equal to any made lu the CorxTRT. Also, manufac
ture every variety of Brass Faucets, for Water
Steam and Gas. Also. Brass Castiui:s, Babbitt's an:
Auti-Friction Metal, at lof which is sold upon pieas
ing terms.
Send for a Catalogue axd Price Ijtt.
marl3-d6m .
Jasper Brauclt Railroad.
OffickNasb. AChat. RAiLRoanCo,
October 3, 1P69. I
BYorderofthn Board of Directors calls are mil
on tbe stock oftbe Company subscrioed
building a branch road from Bridgeport to Ja
payable to the Treasurer of this Company asi'ollov .
One dollar on each share onthelst of Novetub
1859, and two dollars on eauh share on the 1st da
01 December, 1859, January, February, Mare
April, May, June, July .August j September , u
berand November, 1860.
Paymenlmay bo made to Jackson Fryer, at a
per, or to the Treasurer at his office in Nashville.
Promptness in meeting these calls is requested a:
the subscribers or stock, as the construction or the
road depends exclusively on the means provides,
specifically for that purpose.
oct4 tf W.A. GLEAVES, Treasurer
FRESH ARRIVALS.
SEED C0RX,SEED 01TS AXD POTATOES.
A. JENKINS,
No. 14 South market street. .
NASH VI ELK, TENNESSEE,
HAS NOW IN STORE 7
Fff BUSHELS prime Northern Corn for Seed.
eJUU 600 do. " Pennsylvania Oats "
1,000 do. " Missouri Oats
200 barrels early Neshannock Potatoes.
Also, to arrive per steamer B. M. Runyan:
600 bushels Hungarian Grass Seed.
200 ' Millet Seed. .
. For sale by A. JENKINS, .
mar3-tf No. 14 South Market street.
New York Piacos.
T. II. CHAMBERS'
PIANO F0RTES.
Established In 11828.' -
'T. II. CIIA3.1IIEHS,
Piano Manufacturer,
(Formerly Dubois k Stolart,and Dubois, Bacon k
. Chambers,)
Warerooms In the "Bible Uoune," .
Cor. Stli street and 4th. Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perfect satisfaction
guaranteed. - - 1
N. B. Send for a circular, with description of
styles and scnedule of prices. mari&-3m ,
Express to ( Iarksville. .
THE SouiurB Express Company respectfully an
nounce that they are now running kkairngbrs
through to ClarksviU'e, via. E. k K. and M.C. & L.
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
and intervening points witb promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. - They will also
forward to all places on stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made. .
Cr- Office No. 19 Public Square.
febl7-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
Funeral Undertakers,
DEALERS INi
METALIC
BURIAL CASES,
'AND ' -
CASK E T S,
No. lOCliurch Street, ,
NashfMle, T enne ssee
ct& tf - ,"'""""
THE , BARTHOLF MACIIIiVE
HAS a larger and Oner finished table than any
S60 machine. ...........
No. 25, Coilege street AQppoaite Sowanee Hons .
RATES OP ADVERTJSCVC
(s teres oa isk lo crixsrrrcTx a BQrAM.1
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From VISCHER.OWEN A CO., General Advertising
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New-York. '
LIGHT ! EIGHT ! I LIQUT ! !
DIETZ fe CO.;
MaxCFaCTTREBSoriMFKOVBD
Kerosene, CuEipiieDe." Tlaid, "anOil and
GAS FIXTURES,
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C li A Si jL 1 1 U S,
HIDE Tfl ARliEitAB
CHURCHES, COUiGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
io; 1. luini direct Jiear uIton, New-York,
feed tl''
Sfeambnotee
I860
1860
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BAIL V L i IV K .
. U. S. MAIL
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IX CONNECTION W ITH THE
Xashville andCliafianooffa K. R
Tennessee and Alabama Railroad,
. and the ...
Louisville &AasliTiIleItaiIroar
THEtolloaiag splendid steamers comprise
lint dnillpurAcl,.Mli. . '
Steamer MINNETONK A ,-"
Kismiii, Master, .
LeavcsNashvilleerert.- u '
aj aiii o'CiucK,3t.
Steamer C. E . HILLMAN .
CoHBiTT.Mayter,
Leave sNashville
uay alio 'ciock , r, M.. .
Steamer ST. CLOd).
Sins, Master, 4 cjji,
Leaves Nashville n n-orfn. r
daysat 12 o'clock, M. -SS 41!??
Steamer MINN ETONK A "
Dasbioj., Maoter, jl ll' hii
Leaves Nashvilleeverr Thura-fl!w-;2JI-"l
oy at 12 o'clock, M. -K??ggSJ
Steamer B. M. RUNT AN, - -
Millxr, Master, ji jj 11
Leaves Nashville on " r'
at4o'clocS,P M. . ' -Sr ZLm
SteamerST.CLOCD,
Sins, Master , " " ' u.,'n
LeavesNaKhvilieeverySatur rW-C wmt 1
day at 12 o'clock, M. . mm,r n T- iis
ThesestcamersconnectatPaducah with the Mo
and Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with the Illiuela Centre.
Railroad, aud at St. Lonis with the Missouri and uppat
JasMsippiRiverPackets.audareequalto any steam
ersafloatforsafoty, speed and comfort.
aug8-tf. A. HAMILTON, Agent
Cfnrinncfie
e.s. aorta
rassEiuckaocna
JBOlTIiE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
cixcixivji ti, oiTio
IMPORTERS OF
Foreign Llqnor A: tl'luen, rMstlJIei-j-and
?Iannracturer of Brandies
AVines, Cordials,' KIttcra, , &e., have
constantly on hand various grades of pure Boor
bonaudflyeAVliUvky, Peaeuand Ap
ple Brand j-; slso, Baratarla and Xew
England It urn, Jte. Sole manufacturers of
thecelebrate!Kose 1VIiIkr. ' '
3 Aceutsfor Fred. Goute's Japan eseBittera.
ajirll-aa Afif .
BUTTER,
TlfiTey SEED
Blue and: Herds Grass 'Sc
HUXCAHIAS GUASS SEED,
LI IV S K END O I L
Star Candles, -Bacon
1 have arranged to be constantly supplied with
consignments 0! theabove and other articles of OhM
Produce aud Manufacture and solicit orders. ocaaaa
TKBSa QCAUTV TO BE StTVHIOTt ,and TRICES Is LOW
ollered by any house ia the city. , .. 1-
Consignments t f Tennessee Produce sold and
tarns made promptly. . .
ROBERT M00RE,
COMMISSION MEKCHANl
octS4-t
49 Walnut street, Cincinnati .Ohio.
W. W. HAMER 8zr C0.
SMCT MACHINES, Fl orR FACKMtS 5 BRAN DUS
. TERS, tJENCIVE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
. . t BOLTINO CLOTH . .
ILAjrCTACTCKSBS OF PORTABlS ' '
GRBDKC A.0 " BOLTIXG FLOC KILLS,
CORN and Feed Mills of all six, both:-nprer and
nnder rnceera. Fortable and Stationary En
gines, Boilers. Gearing , aofurniBhed to order ,e or
ner ef western Row and Second sts..CmciBnat
'" miliary eCft ,n Prtha . 1 Facto ry
Fresh Frnlls all the Year!
' - THE YE03IANS -
RUIT BOTTLE,
FIR CniXTY, CONTENIENCE, EC0N0MT AND
SArETV, is unequalled Tor preservlnc Fruits la
a fresaatate. in any cUmaten iadeuaiw time. Ha;
ing used these Bottles, we find them exceedingly
con veeieat and Just lb tiling watted.-
iuHS i. XbOMAS, in Reginer ot Rural AfiVr.
For descrtptrva and price circulars, adurea Pra
pretur, at Walworth. Warot tounty, New York.
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LYOA'S INSECT POWDER!
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