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PUBLISHED DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A: S. CAMP , CO.. NO..10 DEADEKICK.STEEET.; '
JfASHYILLE TENN. MONDAY JTJLT' 23. 1860
NEW SEEiESJfO. ;1428. '
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Daily, per annum
Trj-weekly,perannum, ,...,....8 00
Weekly, per annom,.... - .......o IW,
' one Weekly fortwoyears, ortwo Week, les
for ore yr, in arfrance,.... .... . .... a OO
Wben taw naily.Tri-Weekiy, or Weekly Is to bo
discontinued paid in advance at the time subscribed,
or) the subscriber m fttorder.otnrwise tt will be
continued, at our adoption, until paid for and stopped.
T not paid.it must be paid at the time of discontinu
nee, or at oot option . If the party is good , it wi'.lbe
ant until paid. '
Itoniitunces by mail, in "resistered " letters, at
American unA Foreign
Z. ABTHONT, .
308 II roadway- IfeW Tort. "
After May 1st, 18C0. 501 BROAD WAV, two
door from the Si. Xkhdm HottL
The Stereotcopc is tbe most nttrucHac.inlertting,
wUertaining, amusing, and exciting of modern mreu-
''sone are loo young, none loo old, none too iiUelli
gtt, none too uneducated, to acknowledge lU worth
and beauty .
No home is complete without it, and it must and
will penetrate eiyeryickere .
It present to your Tiew eyry Pt of the wor.d ,
i n aU the relief, Uddneu, pertpecUoe, and skarpneu of
detail, as if yuu were on the spot.
Pnotosxapcers are everywhere explonn Europe,
Asia, Africa, America, in seared of the praud and
the beautiMl, ana tue rerun o uMr
gtaMtlf erick.ingOMT stock
We have au jiumeime vanety of paper Views or
Scenes in Parb-, London, England, ScotUnd, Ireland,
The Khine. VeraUles, sU Cloud, rotameble-.u.
Tuillencs, It.ly, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, the Holy
Laud, China, Iuuia, Crystal Palace, aL-o Oroupe His
tortcal, amusiufr, marriage scenes, breakfast scenes
pic nics, statuary, fcc c. Ao exquisite asiortmeii
of Illuminated Interiors of Palaces, Churches, and Ca
tbedralsot r ranee, Italy, c. A:c. The eject o
these illuminated views ta most remarkable.
EVKRT OF WEALTH aSD REnXKD TASTB
should have in bis drawing room some of our ex
ouisiie viewt on glass, with a revolving stereoscope,
hhown R 12, 25, 5 or 100 scenes. Nothing can be
more fa mating, and one can otter no greater treat
to afrieud Tuuj of the picturesque and the beautiiui.
AiUns'i Instantaneous .Stereoscope Views are the
latest PliCV.graphic wonder. They are taken in the
fortieth prt of a second, and everything no matter
L radljt Uma.be moving, is depicted as sharply
and duuuetir a if it had been penevtly at rest.
ThU. gives at additional value, fur to the bea-"
of inanimate nature at adds the charm
lion. The process is a discovery or our o.n.and
be.ng mnknLm in Europe, we rceeive from ludoo
and PaTIs Urge ordersfor Anthony's Instantaneous
Views of American life and scenery.
Among other things we have just ppblisbed Stere
oscopic Illustrate of the Seen, ot tto txuoi
Stbkti PsaTEB Mekiwcs, n which many tearu feel
an mterest. The particulars of this will be found
in our catalogue. ... .
Oca Cat.logck of subjects and prices will be Tor
warded toauy address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties at a distance scadmg ns $3. j, Sio, 5ia
$20 or tZo can have a good instrument and such
pictures a hey my rejjuest.scct by Express.
lct alone, (without instrument) can be sent by
"parties who wish to be advised of everything real
ly valuable in the line that comes out , may Bond us
iheir names to place on record, and iil keep them
ousted at our own expense.
jn of leisure will tind Photography a most risci
nating and delightful amusement. We are preiared
to lit out amateurs with everything nccessaay for
their success tugether with instructions "How to
take Stereoscopic Pictures" E.ASTHONY,
Importer and Manufacturer of Photographic Ma
terials. Stereoscopes and Stereoscopic Yiews.
- Merchants from every section or the conntry
arfrespettfuliv invited to make an examination of
our etock, as our discount to the trade will be lib-
CrTo Protographers.-First class stereoscopic Xe-
Send by mad a print unmounted, with price or Ne
C.B. BB0WN, A.J.H00PEU. O- SIIZELI.
FOKEIGS A5D DOMESTIC LKICORS, TOBAC
COfCiGlRS, SMFFS, ie.,c
Nos. G and 8 Mttrltet Street,
NASUVIXXJ2 . TKNKESSEE
tmrreirrcs A VT1IES. WINES, &C.
ff AAAW mm m n . ,
E have iu store ana ror saic cucap i
. 1-25 bbls. Jo. Newsom's celebrated WTlty.
65 bbls. Old Bourbon Whisky.
Mbbla. CM Kyc a prime article. .
'labbls old Rye Warranted Pure.
65 bLls. Tennetsee White Whisky.
45 hall barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
GO quarter bbls.Gmser Brandy.
10 bbls. pure Robertson County whisky.
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
5 quarter aoks Holijmd Gm.
"a bbls. American Brandy. .
lSbbls.Swect JialagaWiue, ,
With Cnac.CaUwh. Brandy
"I T E have in store , and for sale cheap, a large as
sortment of Safes, which for durability , and
completeness of maniJacture stand unrivalled in the
Cmu states. MKELL, HOOPER k CO.
janS-tf ill No.'s 8 it 8 Market Street.
A Full and Choice Stock ol Dry Goods at Co
- at' -
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
LTp to the time of receiving Spring Go-Kis we wil 1
ofTcr our entire stock of STAPLE and FANCY
. COST FOR CASH.
Oar objct io doing this is to reduce our present
stock as much as possible before getting new gooas.
Cpto that time all who wish to buy cheap goods
wilt do well to call on us at No. 22, South side of tho
Square. - jS
. K. tiLAiCOCK. ' O. 8. SKWSOM.
GLASCOCK & NEWS0M
Gfice, College., nezidoor to Merchant' Bank,
Dleri ia and Agoatafor tie pureliMe aad
Beatiag' Houiet or Lan4 ia the iryor eoa
?it8 their undivided atten-
tioa" to tie Colftetioa of Claim., degotia
tinn f.nana. &C. d.C.
B. It; GLASCOCK
WILL attend to all sales of Property of every
description eitherin town or country .
Cross rElcs Wanted.
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wwh tocontractfor 40.000 CUJAB CRtS
riES.areetlons, Cinches talc, well hewn, to face
at narrowest uUca not less tb-n 8 inches clearer
bark ;tia.bar to be sound ; to bCdeli vered a t thegrade
line ol the road in Nashvilie. a-rtj-rv
orPu&T-UAK. TILS of the same sue as ttw ave,to
badalivereo oa toe line of the road in piles from
section I la section 24,enovghn each section to
sapp'J the same.
Persons wwhiag to bid will.lireet to the President
and wirectoraot Uie Nashville and North-western
BailroouCorupouy ,Naahville,f ennessee.
H. HrHAYNES & CO.,
- - . ; AGENTS FOU THE ' "
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
At Xo. 16 Cedar street, ,
Between Public Square and Cootmercial Hotel,
ee2-tr Nalillle, Xeun '.
HAT1W every facility to the way or workmen
aad BaaterioltodoOrsl rate work withdei patch,
I will OBlrae for tinning roots, either to tho city
orconntry.mt w rates, and In very case warrant
aatauetai Gutters, Pipma, Valley Capping, sx.
Also, Galraniwd Iron Cornice. "
""fcb - ' Opposite aewauee Ho'ute;
k . i v e iv s c o -
irhMiiuia Confectioner. :
So. 52 Jlain t- Cincinnati, O
AN v At 1 1 orj v .u.. v- " 7
r-'-- . . v-- . imlff -rrun. Also.
dealers ia t rulls, iiuta, Sardines and Fire W orks.
marlu-6ni -. - - -
Extra- Familj- FIcur :
r f EARRtXS Extra Family nonr.manuiaciur
ed from chow While Wheal. U 2
"JLlrTo-tf J inaax, HOOPER co ';
OA BOXES Cabinet Champ?; 35 BaskeU Held
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
F 0 R S ALE. ;
WISHING to make overinvestments, epro
posetosellallour BealEstatein Davidsonco.,
That Suburban Residence,
sitnatedon the Franklin Turnpike, within haUa mile
t the city, and opposite the residence of the late Jo
eph.C Horton. This is, perhaps, the most com
mamfing site ia the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
uiostdodirablecoantry rsidencc. The house will Ik)
sold with 12 or 15 acres claad as thepurchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
knowuasthcSimsTract,situatedon the rmilhTurn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three mile of Nash-Till,-'outaining330
acres. The soiii?good,itis we.'l
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
gardensand dairy larin . Also .that
onsame road . now occupied bj T. C. UcCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom lLtrd:ug,:onl lining
about25Uacres. This place is so well known as to
nved lu further description It will also be divided
ioso:t;arujser3 T.C. McCampbuliw llshowthcse
pUices 13 auy one who will call.
AlitlMiltwepropcrty will be scld on reasonable
tornis,autf ou a creditor one ,t wo, three and four
Applyto.V.V.S.Ijndsiey.Najihvirujr to cither
jix miles! rom -adhvilic.
S. A. UcCAMPliKLL,
aprl . ; . Nashville.
. E X T It A
For the Consideration of Sensible People
FIDDLING about is not the practiceof Dr. MESLCK.
lie understands the disease t once and cures,
achates long tampering around and long running
bills, but sticks to aL honorable practice, to respecia
ule fees and to casta payments. Cases given up by
other Physicians are uften cured by Or. -MK3xrK
Otflce on Collegestreet, corner of Line.
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & CoDmission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv 8t.,
RESI'ECTFCLLY soliciuconslgnmentt o 1 ilurchan
Jiseof allclasses. 5alisfactioa zi veu lo;ousi;n
eesand purchasers as nearly as possible. Consigu
eesor goods to this market will Uud my auction rooiat
wellutuil up, and the gooils will be sold without .
lay and the money paid over forth with.
N.&. Nogooda boughtorsoldon my ownsreotnt
Charges reasonable and liberal advauces made on
W. A. JOILNSOX & CO.,
27 CAKONDEI K'i STCKET 27
It. K1SKM7ICX. K. F. XEV1X3. K. KlBSPalRlCK.
KIRKPATJUUK & CO.,
C03B1SSI0X & FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 27 KATCilEZ STBEET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
NEW OH LEANS I.A.
, novT tl .
J. & C. "REAKIIIT,
52 Sacond Street, Cincinnati, OiiiJ.
KEEP A FI LL SUPPLY OF
Carding lacaine8, "
Warp on Ueaui, assorted colors
Wire Heddles and Traczes,
Steel fteeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT Oi
Log Wood, . Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c, &c, &c.
Aiubrotypes and 3IeIaiicot ypes,
'I7E cheapest and tho best, arc made at tho Ar
J. Callcry, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptypc 1 icturo cr deceased personscaii her
becoppied and thrown up to the Life Size I'ortraie
Please cailaud see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES. iC.
Principle and solo proprietor of the Aleianeotype
rijjUt iu Nashville. . . novUl-tl
If You Want a Hot Fire
... J5UIti TSII'i - - -
ETNA COAL !
Orders Can be Left in Box 91, P. 0.
.dec7-tf S. J. AG-NEW.
MORE KEGR0ES L A t'ASE
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
among which may be found every SflADE of the
' - . : also, v
Jl very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
apr21-tf . J. W. LANGLEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 ft 82 CHAitBESS ST., SEW Y0B.K, -
WOUI fi notify the Trade that they are opening
Weekly , in new and beautitul patterns,
THE WA3ISUTTA PItlKTS,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Conn,
try for perfection of execitlon and design in full
Madder Colors. Oar Prints are cheaper tban any in
the market aD't meeting wuh extensive sale.
JTJ5 orders promptly attended to
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, &c
THE UNDERSIGNED I3XOWSEIXLVGOUT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Macliinc
rr, Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flouring sriD, known
At Nashville ; parts or parcels of the same will be
old to suit purchasers
AT VERY REDUCED TEICES. , ,
Persons desirin? to purchase-' are referred to
Turner S. Foster, Esi ., or James Corbett, at ash-
vibe, Tenn.. . . . , 1'tWS.J trsifciw -
uphf Tra" "
SLLr i- - - -- - 1
(Sacceseeor to Jones & Hooper,) ' '
, : " ""' DEALERS IN 7: - " " -;
; PAIXTS, OILS, PERFUMERY
'Dealers and Physicians -pB
SUPPLIED Olf LIEEKAL TERMS
ron cASii. . , .
NE W- Y ORK
Crtat Ktdnttion in Katfs ol Passage.
Xc r Arran'cme nt of Throagb .Tickets !
New Orleans . .
. a s 00
. 25 00
. 21 00
. 23 00
. 20 00
Chattanooga . ..
.. 27 75
.. 25 00
.. 25 50
. 21 00
Bagcage checked through b y tho Manhattan Ex
press Com any cu the Cuutnil fwilroaj t'ars,aud de
livered anywhere in New York or vicinity
By the splendid and comm .diou3 Sllii-VI1EEL
AUGUSTA, 1500 lous Cjpt tVoodhulL
F1AK11A, l,ai0 " Isaac Crowiil .
ALABAMA,.. .1,300 " ' Geo.RjS:hLnek
Ltaviiii! Savauuuh every SATURDAY, carrying the
United cUies Mail.
These Steamships belonjr to the Old Established and
favorite hue kuowu as the New Yorkaud Savannah
Mcam.4iiip N'aviK'aUou Cumpany ,aud were built ex
pressly for this liue, they are commanded by expe
rienced, skillful, careful and polite officers ; and in
comforLiblc accomundatiou3 aud fare cannot be ex
celled by any vessels on the coast.
Through Tickets are sold in
New Orleans ly R. Gudbs,90 Gravier at,.
Mobile by Cox, BkjU-naro & Co.,
Columbus by II IIill, Agent llarudoo's
Express and J. M Bivixs, Railroad Ticket Agent, and
at ail otiu-r poiuLs by cutiucctni Kailroad Ticket
Aenis . ...
J0IIX R. WILDER i GALLIE
SAM'L. I. MTTCaiLL & SON.
OMirR-tf Agents .New rk
FAkST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th.
Little Miami and Columbus and
fl.V'TI, I!A!1IL10. & DAYTOS
1860 mmmm i860
From GI.NCIXMATI to
I 'Ston in Zl)i uours. New York in 30 hours.
Pbilailclphia iu 26 Honrs. Baltimore in 24;a hours.
Saratoga tjinaes in 2a urs Ainany ia Zo Hours.
BulTilo in 15 hours:
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Cleveland in 8,'i hours.
Wbeelaud iu v j uours.
Crestline in 6 honr3.
Kindusky in 10 hours.
letr il iu...
Pittsburg in 12,' hours.
Stcubeuville ia 10,' h'rs.
anenviiie in ii hours.
TolP-lo in 9 li honrf.
TLrough Trains liflTcCi ninMi. s:
7:30 A. M. EXPI1ESS From Litttlo Miami
Dtpji, anu from oiuciniliil., Hamilton It Xlayton
IX-pot, coanects via olunibus,Cleve and, luiki.-k
and Bultalo; via Columbus, Crestiiue aud i'itu-burg;
via Columbus, Steubeukvi lii aud Pilisaurg; via
Columbus, B-lliar and Pitifiburg; via C'lumbus,
Bcliair and Ben wood.
7:30 A. 31. EXPRESS From C.r.cinnati,
Hamilton Daytou uepjt ,also conuects vui Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via Da ten, CI do aud
IO A. 31. EXPRESS From Ijtt'.e Miami
Depot , couuecis via Columbus , Belliar aud Br-.: wood;
via Columbus, Bcll.ar aud p.ttsburg; vi i Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk aud BulUlo
6 P. M. EXPHESS From Cincijnati, Ilain
ilton iay ton Depot, v:a Lima, Toledo, Leirail and
Cuada; via Oayt u, Clyde and Nindusky.
31odcrn Sleeping Cars ou lit is Train,
IIP. St. E-VfltEsS From L:UIo ll.ami
Depot, connects via Luiuiubus, Stcubeuavillo and
Pittsburg; via Columbus, Sellsar and Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Belliar and Beawood; via Columbus,
Cresilmo aud Pr.tsburg; via Coluaibus, Cleveland,
Ddukiik it ulUUo.
Sloderu Slcopius Cars ou this Train.
Pasjengers for Lake Steim'srs, leavin? Cincin
nati ai 7:30 A. M , have o h.nrs in Cleveland.
Leaving at xO A. M., make direct connections.
The C P. SI. Exprtse, Saturdays, makes all con
' ncclions as advirlised. except for Detroit
i, nd points in Canada.
The Night Esprccs rnus Daily , Saturdays except
ed. Ail oilier iraius ruu Daily, Saturdays excepted.
ins run by COLUMBUS TH'E, which is7M
faster taau CINCINNATI ilJIE.
Baggage Clieclied Tliroiigli to
all Katei n Cities.
3f- Passengers should bear In mind tliat the
"ClACl.NXATi" is tha OLD aud FAVuRlTE ItoUTK.
Coiiuectious are made promptly, the Roads are
thoroughly BALLATtOJ,, aud ail modern iiuirove
Til KOL'GU TICKETS
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFit'Eri in the WEST aud SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
via CINCINNATI. "
P. V grRADER, General T:t ket Ag't, Ciu'ti.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad
ZGA?iQ esrWS KHi'i I
ClIAAUJi OF feCIIEDUlE.
CommenciDS u i.tlay, Jnne.Sd, 1SCO.
I.eavc Nashville at..... .
Arrive at Nashville at...
..4-15 A. x. and S P. a.
..10 A. n. acd 5 v. 31.
' Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. m.
Arrive at Nash, die at.... ....4:45 r. X.
THE Morning Train going South connects with
Memphis aud Charleston Railroad at Decatur.
The Evening 1'rain goiu south connects at Colum
bia with Train to Mouul Pleasant and Pulaski.
The Evening Train going North makes close con
nection at Nashvilio with Louisville and Nashville
Ka Irood from aud alter Monday, May lh, to Louis
ville aud all Eastern cities. But one tra il on Sun
Sell only Genuine imported Goods.
Ourstock of Doincsticand Havana Cigarsisvery
arge.to which we respectfully invite theatteulion o
be public. We always guarantee every thiua vresel
o be the pure article. We should be happy to re
eive a call from all dealers and consuraers when
hey visit the city, as we are ABLE AND DETER
MINED to oll'ert he betfinduccuicnis.
july28-tl A. KIVA & CO.
Morethan Doublethe Strenglhof Ordinary Tolash
I.OR making Soap' wlthoutiime, with little trouble
-L aud attriUingexpense. The cheapestarticle ever
discovered for tho purpose. One ponnd will make
twelve or tifteen gallons of good Soil soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap Printers will find tta superior
articleforcleauingtype. ltis perfectly solubleand
free from impurities. '
Rrokcuiusmaillumpsaud put up in 1, 2,4 and 6
Manufactured at tho CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WOK&S, Brooklyn Jtnd sold by - -
t. i i r r. f v ct v r. .
131 Pearlstreet.New Yerki.
Winss, pxamts, Ctgors.
K. RIVA & CO.,
, . , IMPORTERS Jt k "I
Direct Uirough tno Costotn-liouscof Sashrine, t
; ' AND DEALERS IN" - -' '
Wines, Brandies; &c,
From France, Spain ,lrtUal,Gcrrr..auy and Italy;
Harana Cigars, lire Oil,
VElVMlCElilil, &c,; Ac,
No. 30 Norlb Marltei street,-
' " (Next door aoove thi Vatoa House,)
iV AS l VI t EEjTEK AT ESSEE .
WEhave estaHisheda housein thiacityfor the
.":r.1.ndmi flue WINES. BRASDIEd.
CIGAR3,&c.,tc .end keep constantly onhandsev
eral Iqualiuei of Vines and Srandie .which have
never before ueeu imi'"- '"" -- .
We imiKjrtour Ocd. d.rect,(one ofour Brmbeing
fn Europe much of his time.) ul A THE SJVS
HOL's'K DUTIES ON ALL TllE fOKEIt,N CUTICLES
D EK Ei u the ci tj wfcic h fc t, we lb ink , lon csnojjd
Selected.- Ltttiup ..CJoa I .
TnE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal 1 U,t
found at the itua Yard, where It Is sold at the
ow price f 21 cents per bushel. Drop your orders
n Box No. 4 P.O.,nd they will be promptly tj
Mdruiu.. v : SAklCtL J. AGNEW, -
Tard back of N c v. K. u. ipot, .
Capital $100,000! ALL PAID I3T. ' ,
OFFICII At N0.S6, Corner of Cedar Street aad the
Public Square, :
TXTrU-takerisksagainstLossordam- L ': '
VV aire bv Fire on Buildings, Goods, 33fxfnr-
Waresand Morchandise generally . Also ,
on Shipments against loss or damage by
SeasandKivers.loanairoraau poium. .
. AIXJ Risks ou Negroes against the dapgersof
the Kiver. '
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,?
AN 1HON y W. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EWLN, " '
JOHN KIKiCMAN, HUGH McCRKA,
JAifi? WtHi-S. JOSEPH EDWAUDS, .
R. C. McNAIRY, IKBY MOKGAV,
W H. EAVS.
ALEXANDRE FALL President.
JAMES WALK1CR, Secretary. auglg
Just received by Express and for tale by F. I1AGAN.
Letters of Alexaudi r VOn Humboll, with a Etet'l
Portrait, traiisL.ted from tlie two German editions by
FJ Furidae, by the author of Lajib'shter.
Rutledge a Novel.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. -
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Cow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
F. HAG AN,
41 College st.
Panoramic Painting for Sale
A first-rate opportunity for IniesLaient.
DUTANS PILGRIMS PROGRESS
rjUlE celebrated and magniflcent Panorama of
X Bostad's Pilorim's I roqbkss is offered for sale.
This painting ban been before the public ef this coun
try for several years, having been exhibited in the
principal cities in the country, and elicited the un
qualified admiiattno of the Press and people. It is
in good order. ita all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for t Lip -neut. For terms Ax., &e., apply in
person or b) letter to J. B. Craighead, or to
A. S. CAMP tt CO.,
junel9-tf Nashville, Tenn.
L uisville Courier and Cincinnati Commercial
copy 3 times and send bill to this office.
CAYCE'S SCLPIICR SPRINGS.
THE undersigned respectfully inform his old
friends and the public generally that the above
watering place will be opened for the reception o
visitors on the 1st day or June.
He has a largo Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, c.
for the amusement of his visitors. These springs
have as fine meaicuial qualities as any in the dtale.
All who are afflicted with Dyspepsia, Bowei Diseases,
Headache, &c, would do well to give them a trial.
He has Sulphur, Chalybeate and Free Stone waters
all ol tho very best kind. The Springs are situated
iu a pleasant healthy locality, 10 miles South of
Franklin and 3 miles weal of Thompson's Station.
He wouid say to all who may favor him with a visit
that no pains will be spared to make ita pleasant one.
Board perweek, : : : t ; : $5 00
do. " day, : :' : : : : 1 'lb
Single meal, : : : : : : 60
Children nuoer 11 years and servants hah price.
Keeping Horse per week, ; : : : 3 50
All extra trouble extra charge.
4EsT The hick will meet tue cars at Thompson Sta
tion od M juclays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, and 'lues-Jays, TbursJays and Saturdays
in the evening. WM. CAYCE.
SGiiietluug for the HirJ Times
TUST received, by express, two hundred Louisi
O aua Attakap.ui pair of Pants goods that were
uever fcuowu to wear out at d Cash.
iune23-2w Public Square.
Banner and Union and American copy one week
aud charge this olHuc
fT'HE copartnership heretofore existing between
I .i ...... i I. . . . I . , , r t'.i ...I 1
Kirkpatrick, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who altine iB
autliorizca toeeiiic iue dusiucssoi iuo oia urui.
A. W. FOWLER,
onrSa S. KIRKPATRICK.
riHE undersigned having retired from the firm of
JL Fowler & KirtpairicK, uavuig soia aui ais en
tire interest therein to S. Kirkpatrick, resjectfuljy
tenders his thanks to the customers of the lirm for
their patronage, and scVc-ts a continuation of said
iiatr.mace to Uis succe
apr30-3m A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New York. .
f TCTHEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
V V was universally pronounced the iuot magnifi
cent, con venient and thoroughly o:ga::ized estub-
liEhmcntof the kind on th's continent. What it was
then it re maim to-day without a rival m size, in
eumptuoi.sue6S,auo in the general elements of com
fort and etij ;- ciuut. Iuo Hotel has acoomtnuuations
lor 10C0 gutils, including loO complete suik'i, ol
apartments 'or lauuiies. Six hundred rersous cau
be comlortabiy eiuue at Uie tables Of its three pub
lic dining rooms, aud nothing tliat modern art baa
devised tor the convenience aud social gratification
of the traveling public has been omittou ui its plan,
or is neglected iu its practical details. The early rep
utation of the honse at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, Its superb appointment, and its
home-like comforts and luxuries, haa been enhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions of the pre pit
tors TREADWELL, WHJTCOMB & CO
it. T. FEE31XNG,
l O V5 S K, S-l iS ,
AND . , ' . , .
6l Union 3 treet, NASHVILLE,
(RetwcetCherry and Summer Streets.) "
y Orders: roin the country promptly attendedte
Mav 27ti .
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June; .
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
IXTLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. HAGAN,
may29-tf cgab College street.
Reynold's IVew" W6rlt.t..
The Countess and the Page, by G. W.U.Reynolds,
author of Jlystcriela of London, itc, tc. '
. Just received by JOHN YORK CO. '
If the (J rave Conld Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no stronz medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Grait'enberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented. ......
The Health Bitter;,
Fo 23 cents', will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Sitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt tions, dyspeptic habits, b ill ious disorders deraoge
m Hit of the stomach and bowel. Every family
wvml.i use them at the present change of tte season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE tt M1NCHLV
Large Sale or Thorough Bred. Trot
ting and other Horses at lVoodbarn
ON Wednesday, the 22d day of August next, I
will sell it Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
bead of Thorough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, cousUtiug of about fifteen -thorough bred
brood mares, the same number of trotting- mares,
aud tao baLvnco young stock of both sorts.
Catalogues of stock ready for distribution, one
month previous to day of sale, aad may be bad on
application to Dr.D." 8 wigakt, or tho-Subscriber,
K. AITCHESON ALEXANDER..
Woodburn Farm is near Spring Station, on Lex
iugton and Frankfort Railroad. June30-t2ds.
The Bartholf Sewing Machine
' IS sold on six monrhs' time, fully warranted.
No ,2ft, College street, opposite Sewanee House
. aprilK ..- .. . ; ,,. - ;., ..'
For Plain Stocking and. Fancy. Knitting,
- - , ALSO -, . .-, ... -t .-
Machines for Eniltin?, Drawers, Shirts, kt.f
'- OF ALL SIZES.' J ' " ' " S .
Hib Machines of 1 ftl, 8 &1, 2 ft 2 and 3 & 2 Sib,
. ' 1 '. '. ox baud axn aaoc to ordbk, ; ;
THESE llacbiues use the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new princ pie, and are the cheap,
est and most ripid macbiucs for knitunzin use. .
The Golle Patant Family Knitting iivhtnea for
Family and. I'lcn aiion c,is a new end suc.v iful
feature in the inrtui inveuuouattf the age, and ranks
wltn the Sewing Machine. ; . .. j - .
J : '. j ." ' aGESCT AJU al KW,.:.:w i '. l.f..
; S0. 6T7 EQALWAT, XZW TOSX, 2
Junll-3m HENRV C iE, JLjeBV--
- As aeciileuts mil happen, even in weO regulated
families, l ia very desirable to have some cheap aud
con ven ient way for repairing Furniture , Toy 8, Crock
rjto. - . . ,
- - .- i
. SPALDING'S PKKPAUED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and bo household can
atlbrd to be without it. It is always read v aud np to
the sticking point. There la -no longer a aecessity
for limping chvrs.sphHtcred veneers, headless dolls
nd broken cradles It is just the article for cone ,
shell. a"d oilier ornameu tat work, so popular, with
adies of refinement and taste.
This admlrabio preparation la used cold, being
c;:cmi-ally held in solution, and poesessmg all the
valuable qoaltities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue
It may be used in the place of ordinary, mucilage
being vastly more adhesive.1
"USEFUL IN EVKRY HGUSE," .
,N.a. ABrushaTCOBifwiuweach bottle. i"rice,25cte
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar at. , New Torlc.
auuresa , HJinm U. SPALDLNO CO.,
Box, No. e,600, New Vui k.
Put ap for Dealers tn Cases containing Four , Eight,
and Twelve Dozens beaatiTal Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package1. 1
JfS-A -ungle bottle or SPALDING'S PREPiEP
GLUE will save ten times Us cost annually t . ever,
household.-ga. - ' - -
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware acd Furniture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy
Store. - : -- : . - .
Country (u.t:tnU should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up tneii
list. It will stand any climate
janio-ly - :
IHiVE just unpacked, and have now for inspec
tion, the Uoest Grand Pianoforte ever re
ceived iu the city of .nasuviile. The attention of ev
ery lover of the "King" of Instruments is invited to
this Piano. Also several square .
Pianofortes of Meinway k Son's Makr,'
Have jast been added to my stock, all of which will
be sold at . Mew York Prices, for cah or negotiable
Ppe-, : ... . - - .. .7
. 3 Union Street, '
J. A. McCLTJRE.'
S5 New Music, in great abundance, being added
daily to my already large stock. JuiyH-tf
THE firm of MANSFIELD, GILLOCK & CO. is th"s
day dissolved by mutual consent, H. P. Giixock
having disposed of his entire interest in the firm, to
T. L. liAssmut and U. P. Ltoxs, who alone nre au
thorized to nse tho name of the firm in liquidation.
The business wilt hereafter be conducted under the
firm nd style of MANSFIELD, LYuXS & CO., at
their old atmu S3 and 36 Broadway.
Signed, T. L. MANSFIELD, '
i H. P. UlLL"CK.,
- 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
..owed upon us, and solicit a continuance of the same
my successors. ..;-"
uly9-lm . - . H. P.. GILLOCK.
SITUATIONS TO TEACH FOR TWENTY-FOUR LA
DY GRADUATES cr the Hudson River Institute.
Some teach English, French Latin, Piano , Music,
Draiug and Paintiiig others only part ot the above
lancbes. This Institution affords rare advantages
r a thorough education, at very reasonable rales
h , . REV. -A. FLACK, A.M., Principal,
Caiverack, Col. Co.,N. Y.
The Lovers -; ; ,
" or a oBxturs " !
" HAVANA - i SEQAR 5
Gau be suited nowhere better than at' -ETIENNE
LAMBEII T & CO.'jJ
Colonnade Building 53 Cherry Street,' :
' maySMf. , ", " .' ' , , i
X W A 13 E Xt 13 H
Job Lot of Boots and Shoe.
WE have a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt pap r. Cail
immediately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms,
np stairs, No. T1X- ' i
Junt2-tf. "-- '-J"TRABUEt LUCP3. -
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Kefurni&Iied.'
TFIK undersigned having. taken the ET. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlaiged it materially, rnd refur--nished
it thorougbout io the-moet eligaot rtyle, will
0(eu tho house to the public on Thursday the 6th
Ins.'- . SAMUEL J- CARTER.
July 2dtf: . . . - - - '
A COUNTRY. RESIDENCE t
Well Improred Ajpiy Valuable,
TWO and a half alien from Vashville en k
the Morfreesboro' Tnrnpnc Road. The f'3
dwelling is oi Brick, built In modern style.'
and very commodious; containing 9 rooms - .
ol good size, besides haLs,antehambersr china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated tn V ""." I
! .... ' . . V.. t-'J
.; 1 Beantifni CroTt of Forest Treesr-- i
The kitchen ,wash room and meat bouse ire also
of briok with all necessary- Tiut buildings' fend at
large cistern. - . ..-..j t . ;
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, of which twelve are m HEAVY TlMPEtt-
No bridge or railroad to pass, aad the toll gate will
soon be move! beyond. "- - ""'
ALSO adjoining the above, several- beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres .
one of seventeen .cres, heavily timbered.
These lands are well adapted to gardening being
near the city And of freeaoil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at any time. . . . '
For terms apply to tM ondor!gned on the premi
ses, or at 33 College street,
June25-dtf A. H. FORD.
New Steinwav -Piano
At laucWs Music .'store
' No. 45 Union street.0';' ..V.'
X and nots ix ty days from the man
ufactory , as will be seen on examina
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's
price, without additional charge for freight. Tho-,,
i . rx : i . i .. ..L . .
im wuioiftiianv win iiu ia iu kueir interest
call and examine it before purchasing-. 1
nr17-tf , Mosio Dealer, 4a Unio ;-
J A. McCLURE hasfor-ale 60
Piano Fortes from celebrated
makers, Steinway a Sons, A. H. Gale
aCo..HaseltonBroa.. Peters. Cragf
a Co.. and others, conslstingof 6 and and 7K
Octaves, and ranging in prico from 10o to 600, M
warreoted in every respect. - Persons purebasinc
from him will xot pay from S-5 to $75 more than if
they gave an order to a PxDUUtfbraa instrnment
that they neither see nor hear until it Is put up la
their parlor . When ltissometimes very hard to find
an Instrument t ha tpleaseB i n- every particular when
ron haveadosenor more to select from ,1s 4 tat all
likely yon would be pleased in- baying by order
Also tn store the largest Stock of Sheet Music Books,
aad smalL Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market. 'and vl! bo sold lower than bv aav
other house in thb City.- C.metS3 Union street aud
McCLURE. :J j
, Sanday School CHebraUcas
NOTHING adds so much to tie appearance of a-.
Process km of Sandav 8r.hoel Child tm; kg, ilair
luthe band ef every OtUe boy adgir..- -LUCa: is
iikiwin mp iwriuau unaa in nay qnanwiy. ms, in
College street t op atairs over finieldaP faction Bo n
IIuaqrariaQ Grass' Seed -
JUST received, and for sale at, tow fgure W5
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed.-- Tinn,
seed haa ben selected with great eare, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri is free (ton
dm aad all imrmrUkjs.- - t.n .i. .,. 4 ..- . .
. aprll-tf .,.-BmB r,; ; MrZEU.j.HOOr'CR it CO-':
A JDeaira ble DwclUi s or Iteut
"VNE ef the nost desKable restdeaoes M 1mm eity
vr eapueea tr rent lor the paianee ot uie year.
It aj wiuan five saisMtea walk of the Square, quila
t'red, and cootaius svrea good roems, with plena
ty vi out roomx. A good two story brick stable, cm-
hnuse.ke. Eoa.uireof ' .7 l-....ui
K- R. GLASCOCK CO.
Reductioa ia the Price of .Fecd.
"f PrlmTtimotBf Hay at "pcf. T6b;::
;.. . -v - - -
Corn t 75 cents per. -Bushel uq Chtgt foi S-u:k.
now offering HAT and CORN at the above prices
and has also on hand . . , . .
1: Fiwah iraniid Meal; -- "i ' - - ' -
, Extra Family and Superfine Floor:7 ;
; - ' Late Red Potttoes, for June planting; r
.-. a MilletSeed; e. ' - -: J '-' 1 v" " '
Hungarian Grass Seed ; . .,,.-.! - '-3 :
: 100 barrels HydraoHe Cement-
. 49 All of which ha oflers at the lowest Casta pri
ces. - A. JENKINS,
juue21-tf ?: - No. 14 Market street "
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sixes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK. 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th-" above in any quan . ., wholesale and retail. Al
so, Fireworks of all ki s. Orders ' -: distance
promptly attended to. , . JOHN -LUCK. t
juue21-tf " " ' i .
Negro Man for Sales ; ' -
rAJl offering, at a bargain , an A No. 1 Negro Man
for sale, aged SO years.a He has bad consideia
ble experience on a farm, and taking care of stock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable koy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
- GEO. HTTCHINOS,
. junelSMX . .: Cedar street.
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
. .. t . r .
. . No. 53 Clterrjr street,
HAVn.'O always on band a fine" variety of Soups,
Fresh Fish, Poiter House Steaks, Meats of all
kiud and variety. Also, every variety of Vegetables
on hand, ready and served to order io the best of
style, wontd respectfully invite tbeatteation of their
Incuts and the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER CO.. - i.
No. 53 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Express
Office, m Colonade Buildings. ' june22-tf
R. B. SNOW DEN & CO.,
Union i American Blctk, Cherry St., ..."
ARE just in receiptor their SU V'ER STOCK
of , -. 1
Fine Vinu and Brandies; ' s
Seoten Ale and London : rterj "; j
Light Wines fort Sun-mer nse,:
French Cordials and Syrups;
Hermetically sealed Goods of every description;
English and French Fruits, Pickles, Sauces and
Condementsv.-. - .. . . v. , j
- Extra Fine Green and Black Teas; St. Lon is Crack
ers, Olive Oil, S. C. Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
Olferes, Casein, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Islnglas
Gel la tine, Preserves, Cracknel BiEcnits.Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, Ac.-- - - l
We keep constantly on hana cr rytbing pertaining
tJ the supply of Families. ' " t - :
' ' II. It. SXOW1IE1 & CO. '
The- lupref eleulf d Success
Wiich - has - of - late atiesded1 lie mm of
Lu IX SWEET'S j
INDUCES as to call the attention, of all those rifilioU
. cl with riles to it. It is being tested -daily with
the most beneficial edectr.' lit is the onl.f peep ra
tion that cau bo relied on for a permanent, and spee
dy cure It yen are aSiicted uy 1tat oncc.n.lfea
carciui vo use no omcrmeuicine io coquucimu wuh
1t. It is compounded under the supervision of L- N.
SWEET . who will return the money if no corev.pro
cceds from its nse. ..... . .
1 ay For sale et Demo v file's arid DoCrove'f, and
by other Druggists. j .j ..ri - junel-tf
:l j, . 1 r vo:.... ,t
ID r e s s : j O 6 6 tl s !
.... t i ,k
NOT wishinirio" carry over' an v portion t.r our
SViriWKit STOCK V we'have tbia day
1: l...i I'iiot Bvtrjtnlug in "' i: ' - 'v j
. Regardless : of CostV
' J$f Persons not yet supplied wilf do well to ex
amine' them, as we are aeu mined to CLOSE TOEM
out, :; . j. : ;e. ; K.C. McAiar eo.i .
junelS-tf ri - , ': ja-.ijliu-U -jliiv -.
i ALLEGnASlL SPRINGS
3 mLESTRdir su&wsjille; DEPOT,
jt'V Montgomery County, Va.''-
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased Ihia WA
TERING PLACE in October last, have thorough,
ly repaired and furnished it with entirely new fur
niture of the best class, and will ofwn it for the re
ception ol Visitors 01 TnE 15TH DA V OF JUNE . ' !
H ving increased! accommodations, and male'lib
eral arrangements lor the 'comfort of their guetta,
they flatter themselves that bat few (If any) Water
ing Places wU afford the same attractions aa tki
"ft' Is situated in the' countv of Montgomery,
miles rrorn- BRA WSVJLLS DEP01,- (Va: and Tenru
H. R.) e the banks efthe Roanoke river, sod iBiir:
rounded by some of the, most beau tits 1 and attrac
tive sceuery to be found among the Mountains of
Virginia ' The Water bas acquired such a reputation
In the last few years, that il is unnecessary to say
anything in-eomsaeadatien of It. It is now consid
ered a specif tor tho worst forms of Dyspept la,.a 4
a remedy-tor all Cutaneous Diseases, disordered con
diuonsot the Stomcb, Bowe's and Liver; and lor
prostration of the nervons-system, wo tnlght ap.
pend a number of certificates trom Physiciaus aad
others acqaainted with Its merits, and to these might
be added of infinilum. "''.." . .-. i
FasseRgera wiM be met at awsvill8 by Four
Horse Omnibosses, to convey them over a new road,
to the Springs. - Persons leaving Baltimore Wash'
Inrton, Richmond aud Petersburg in the mornings
arrive at the gprtngs the same day; thote from toe
youth will find the same conveyance on tho arrival
of each train. '- -J- '
, Jttnel4-dlnv;j;..; .j BOOTH, COLHOUX CO. i
i H.1 li'i.UJ n i '
i An Invoice of Meerschanm Pipw. :
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jeanine,
and China Stems, -wbin will be sou encap at pri
rate sale by- . . , BEN.f. F. SHIELD! Ox, .-
; jonela-tf f
Central Aacuoa Kooms.
::.w WANT TO HIRE ; :i
FOR the balance of the year, a servant to do the
, cooking aad washing for a small familyj Ap
ply at thi o(Bce.'.;i- ., -7 -1 i iii-.u
J U' J'.l'i."--
i'.T - Canary Cases !
, TUST receiretfOO assorter' Canary Bir4 Cages ol
TJ .all stylea.wlorssndTJncet, some as uanusomt
n rer brought ta this market.- For sale tow by -
- . . . . t ir. nrllBilV
4e09 tl l 1 .'" "i -', ' ' "J ' -J i. -.
" , i " " i , ' ii . .;:..! 1 ' "
JElntire- StocK -Under-',
njKNJ. yJ SHIELDS k t?0.,Vlii pfooeed to-sell'af
I J the Store. Ka. 11 Publie Square, next door to W.
II. Caihouo's Jewelry Utore, en aoaooat of K. CJ
Show ,C. D. C.commenciug oa Thurauav morning
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the eBttra coat oats ol.the
etore, No. 1 Pabhe Square; w ttb oounters.ShalvIng
OH Cloths aad Fixtures The alack -oensiataof Eto
Iiroiiierwa, Laces, Ribbons j a. Jarga stock of JSlsy
Trimmings, Ladiea'.aud Chfldren 'sk'urnifc lag 6oods.
wlUt never ending' -Varlet not to-be euamen
tad. : Ladiesar invited, end also tfealers, who' wilT
tind M t taeic interest to attend. J The Store ts-for-
I 0 Notieu to, StacSafcddcrsljVo"
"" ' ..... - "- ;:' u x-r
rtaahvllle and CttaUauooas) .IXalLraad.
u VaatiiwllleV J one 28b.t8eojf:
"TN purs aa nee of a resolution -passed tf ite'StocV-
X holders ol lMKa)liiaAlii'i.niiiuuuia
KArLROADCOlPAWr oo the4thday-of "December
kst, the lktockhoUr to wid eontpaay wilt be- car-'
d free of charge over the Read oa.taeM,'4th add
B days of. July, at. their- pleasure, by xb.;hiiaig
' elr cef-Vitcites of stock to the jooducior.
1 JuneSO-td. w,K.C0LS,8ap't
7ANDRE Ar," ; yr ind's
V -x - "A-DVESTIsiXG AGENCY j
ldiAimilBl.,BrXl QOOriOlQf nUHSUDK,.! a-.
ia the Agentfor the Jiiamvuu Patriot nd the best
ciroulauncJoertiaUin tb,e Unite da tates,Cnadasaud
- He Is airthorUecto teceiveadvertisemeiiUforup
miour puoiisnea roue .-- - j
BRAOS " .
.-i JVEW BOOKS.
CAN0NBrRVR0CSE,by G .TT .il -Raynolds.pr iceSO
OLIVIA .orthetlaidofnonor ' I 60
CHARIEY FOX'S EthiopiaeriongBook, 13
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, No. 2, 13
THE PATRIOT CRUISER .bySylvanutCobb Jr... 25
THE MANIAC'8 ECRET. - " .. 25
TH EMAlDOFTHERANCUEJby UrJJl .Robinson .ii
Sen t'rteof postage on receipt o f price.
... . : ., . FREDERIC A. BRADY,
Na .126 NasMunreet.New York.
Agents wanted . - aog3-tf w
jalics .:. Pith's
St Louis, Mo.
. VI JJ s It Al XL 1UJ' v
-. .: ... -. ; '. . i
51 -l iJ itlHTrfj J
JT ILL' O Vj x v ' :
St. Iymis, Mo. .Jf
THE undersigned, sole proprietors of the above
brands ef Whisky, would respectfully caution
tbeirfiendsaadeuBtomors against the numerous im
sations of these well known brands. t
The spurious article iainvariably a nefariocscom
pevnd, whereas we guaranty the genuine, mauufac
ored only by ourselves ,to befroe." rom allobuoxioas
tar redientf. ' I
. . UEUTHOLD.SniTH ic CO.,
136 and ISSNorthecond street, .
- -cr22-t r - - " ' St. Louis.Alo
Baltimore Bell and Brass Works.
',' r .- Holliday iSU
. . -. -
i - -
HEUJSSTER & WEBB, ;
Keep ca hand and make to order,
OF every size and tone, varying from 10 tu 10,000
rorkus, which aro Br ranted iu all respeots
equal to anv made in the Cousttrt. Also, manufac
ture every varietv of Brass Faucets, for Water,
Steam aad Ua. Also, Brass Castimta, Babbitt's and
Anti-Friction Metal, al lor which is said upon pleas
ing terms. - - - j '
ond for a Cataumce and Pkics List. ,
Jasper Branch Railroad. (
OrncsXaan. iCHaT.RaruioaDCo. r .
'. J October 3, 18 W. f
BTorderofthe Board of Directors calls are mad
on the stock ofthe Company subscrioedi .
bcilding a branch read from Bridgeport to Ja
narabie to tbeTreasurer cf this Company as rolkiv
One dollar on each share on the 1st of Noversb
MML and two dollars on eavb ahare on the 1st da
ot Beoember, 1859, January, February, Mare
Aerilsay, Jane, July , August, September, U
' Paj-WMUt may be madete Jackson Tryor, at ai .
per, or to Co Treasnrer athisotUcein Nashville.
Promptiiestin meeting these calls is requestedoi
thesabscrlbera of took, as the cousirnetion of the
road depends exclusively en the means provider
JcU tl W. A. GLEAVES.Trensnrcr
: u? FRESU ARRIVALS.!
SEED CORN, SEED OATS AND POTATOES.
A:. J ENK I NS; I
: : ...... Ko. 14 Soutli Market (treet. !
- NASI1VJL.L.E, TEN VIiSSEEi
HAS NOW IN STORE .. . f
Fi(f BrSOEI5 prltno Northern Corn Tor Seed, .
tUU BOO do.' " - PeuupylvauU OaU ' f
1,000 do. " Missouri Oata 1
200 barrels early Nesbaasock Potato. ' !
Alan, to arrive per steamer b. n. ttnnyan:
600 bushels Hungarian Urass Seed.
-soo --.. Millet StwoV ---
Fcr Bale bv A. JENKINS.
- max3-tf . "' ' ' - No. 14 South Market st reetj
;(. . T. II. C II AM B IJRS'
JEatabilaliedJ in 1828. .
(Formerly Dubois k. Stodart.aod DuboiSj Bacon tt
- Chambers,) f . . , j
Wareroomt In tk'BIll Ifo&ac,
Cor. 8tli street and dtn Avenue,
'.'.T '. " NEW , YORK ciTr..;:; ,.
i This b -a reliable ulacetn purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully, executed,, aad perfect satisfaction
narinteed. - . ' I
T. B. Send for it circular, with description of
styles and scneduie or prices. - - marzo-om
Express (or Clarksrille.
ryifiZ Boutnira Express Company respectfully a
X nounce that tby are now runaiug tcskxosks
throngb to ClarksvUlo, via. K. It K. and M. C at 1.
Railears,and are prepared to forward to that place
and i ntarvenin g points with promptness and d (!ptc k
all coods asuallr sent by express. They wiil alsa
forward to all places on stage routes, connecting
with the above Kaiiroaaa. - puis, notes, d raits, c
collected and prompt return made. - - . .
3-'0ooe No. 19 Public Square. ' '
.febU-tf, ;. -r. . ; A JC. HuLT.Snpermtendent.
Fiineral Undertakers j
, DEALERS IN
riashvillc, T enncssce.
TIIX1 . BARTHOLF. MACIIKNE
HAS a larger ai aner nniahed Ublo than an
r- $00 machine. k.. -.C ' -
NaasCoUega Mreaf .Opposite Sewanee Hon
RATES OF ADVERTiSHVC
fTXa Una n t maa -r.i. (VUaeTnTTB A SOrAtI
vaaaquirviiuy atl vo eacuaa uoin.
--- - 1 week ,3 oa eaefaad'a isquare
i " t 2- .4 5-- -- a.
" ' 1 month 8 00 ' 3
One square-1 day SI OO eaehad'aliosertia. 60
- - ' 44 - ft OO 4 4 SO
' - 3 12 00 ' -, on
.: .. s ' g 09 a.t , 8 M
..;. i -- x5 oo r " ios
..jif-iswiBis aT nrtfsrnr.
Onesqoare.OLeyear.soo eachadditionakqnarr S10
Written notice must be given to take out-ad stop
advertisements cfyearly advertisers before theyear
expires. otherwise wesbaUcharcet. idone.
Nocoo tract ofyearlyadvertiaemtta. bediscon
tinned withoutprev ion ."Dot ice tocs.curillaccliarge
be made for less tban one year at be yearly rates.
edforwill bechargedforthe sleets "Tfc
From YISCUER.OMrEX fc CO.,Geoe.-aI Advertlaiug
House rAppleton Bniidhig ,346 Broadway
LIGHT! .LIGHT!! LIGIIT!!
aaxxracrcESBk or i xntovsa
Srroscnt, Camphrnr, fluid, act Oil end
- I vaaiorssmasaaa rixiu .
C it A S li Ia I li IV
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CHCRniES, COLLEGES,' AND PUBLIC BCILIINt.
No. 132 WUliaxaetreet Jiear Fulton, New-York,
febft tfy .. , . ' .
. Winter Ari-a.
. U. S. MAIL -
i'-A. O Jv J T S.
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
JVashdlle and Chattanooga 11. fi
and tue :
Louisville & Aashville Railroatf
THEtollowing splendid utoaruers comprise
line,andleaveNashvfllodaily lorSt. Louis, Lou ia
villemithiand.Paducab.Calro, Memphisand New
Steamer irrNNETOKK A, ' J ' -'-"
Dajuiiuj., Baxter, j,' .-. , uji- ii
Leaves Nashville every "-n" . iWh
day at 12 o'clock, St. STZT. . L'
' Leaves Nashville every Tues
day at o xiock , r. at.
Steamer ST .CLOCD,
Sins, Vaster, 4
V V.elipillA 11'-..- rl
djsat 12 o'clock, U.
UASHixu., Master, -
-. LeavesNashvilleevery Thnrs-rtw:
Steamer B. M. RCNYAN, "
. atn.uarJIater, -Leaves
Nashville oa Friday
SteamcrST. CLOUD," - ' .
Leaves Nashville e very Sat nr
day at 13 o'clock, M.
Thesesteamersconnectat Pad oca h Uh the Mo
and Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with the Illinois Centra
Railroad, and atSt.LoniswUbtbe Missoariand uppa
Mississippi River Packets, andare equal to any steam
ersatloat for safety , speed and comfort,
augs-tf. - A. HAMILTON, Agent
BOYLE & fO.:
No. 59 Second Street,
. . . IMPORTERS OF' -. ;...,-;
Foreign LIqnora Sc Wines, Distillery
and fflauufaeturera or Brandies,
Wines, Cordia Bitter, have
1 constantly on hand various grades of ur Boar
lon and Rye YVltlakr, Pencil and A pa
pie Brandy; slso, Bar a (aria and Keur
EnglandHnm, A,e. Sole manufactures of
lhecelebrtednoae Whisky. y
AgesUfor Fred, doule's Japanesc&ittera
aprll-danf .. .'.
- 1 1" iJ.. rv-A. '
1 1 ill u l ll l , ULLU vd
Blue , and llerds Grau kCb
UUNtiARIAM GUASS UED, '
YaWW s jke d oil
Star : Candles, Baooiv
VOAP Tallow Candles.Cordage, Brooms, Bucket
OTnbaCrackers,s:c.,a:c. . - , . -.a '
I have arranreu to ba r.nn.tmi .-"nnl
coo&igameou of the above and other ar uclea of Ohin
iwiuHu augianureui solicit orders, aCaaan
Txnco ooaurvTo aisrrraioB.aud PKicaaasLow
auered by any house in the city. - . ..
Consignments tf Tennessee Produce sold ana
tarns made promptly. - - '
1 " - " ."" - ' COMMISSION MeRCHANl
. ct24-a. --- 49 Walnut stnet, CinclnnatiOhio.
W; W. HAMER:&:C0,;
8MDT MACHINES, F1.0CR PACKRS,BRAN ttS
..... TERS. tiENL'I.v K DUTCH ANKKft KANDl
": ' ;." , - BOLTING CLOTH , , . , .
mmm - m 1 boltlvc FiorCiui$,
K)RN and Feed Mills of a71 sixs, both "npper
V- nnder runners. Fortabla and Stationary En
gines , Boilers, Gearing , Ac ..furnished to order ,e ir
nor of Western Row and Second sU.,Ciacinaat '
MUis can be seen ia eperettee at e raetory "
Fresh Fruits all ite Jear i
L -f " J Jm - - - I - 'aaawawasa " t ' --.
v. : , THE YK03IAlVSfc" V1'
FIR CTtUTT, O0NTEN 1ENCS, SCOSdMT AND
SAFETY, is uneuoalled for presorvic Frnita ia
a fresh state, is aay elimaten indeOaite time. Ha;
taig nsed theae BoUles, we Hod tlvfip exoeediagrj
convenient and Just lb thing wasted.
JOHN X. TUOMXi, m MoeiMerM Rnral Anaira.
For descriptive and price circulars, address Pra-ja-ctur.
at Walworth, Way aa oBy .
wai3-6tc3tw. ,; ti ; -f ,tlA
LYON'S TiSECT IWOTEIli:
"" FOR SALS BT "
apra-tf . BA.IN1, BROWN h CO.