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NASHVILLE TENN. TUESDAY AUGUST 14, 1860
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FnoW CARDS, SHOW BILLS,
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RAILROAD WORK, STEAMBOAT WORK,
DRAY TICKETS, DD?LOMAS,
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mammoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
The large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of the subscription lists of
Xem, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
X..ne better in the city. m
0" We solicit orders, at our office, Xo. 16 Df.aiikk-
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A. S. CAIUl & CO.
rHAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADDV
with in- m buniuros, the name of the firm to be
Kobert M-K.re & Co. ROBERT MOORE,
July 1, 1S0O. 49 Walnut street.
ROUEKT MOORE & CO.,
Produce Com minion Merchants,
No. 49 Walnut Mreet,
Purchase and Sell, exclusively on commission. Flour,
Uacou, C'hevse, Butler, Seedd, Oils, DriHi Fruit, Cau
dles, Sap, Cordage. Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, and arli
rles of lN,m,-stic Manufacture and PRODCCE generally.
Have ou hand a large assortment of
J A DIES' French Dress Trunks ;
A do. So leather do;
do. tbiuet" do; (a new article,)
Kent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. do. Valises, (Ashiand and oth
er styles;) which they are offering at very re
duced rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
TOIIS T. CLAIBORNE, recently from Virginia, but
now a resident of tin s city, and a teacher of
some thirty years' experience, proposes to instruct
classes in English Grammar erclusirely, during the
coining vacation of the Public Schools. He has
p.d particular attention to the genius and grammat
ical construction of the English language, and from
ta--t success he is confident that he would give en
ure satisfaction to those who would favor turn with
their patronage. For the convenience of papils, he
vould form three classes, to be located in the North,
Central and South parts of the city. His terms will
His resideuce is in Pegier's block. on Hi'h street,
where he can be found, or he will call ou applicants
who will leave tl.eir address at his house.
Mr. Claiborne is permitted to refer to the Rev. Dr
liuwel I, K. J. Meigs, Isaac Paul and J. F. Pearl.
flYashville Female Academy
r I MI E next session of this Institution begins first
X Monday in September. Preparation week tor
classiuealiun and rooming of pupils, the last week in
August. Note the following advantages:
1. The Itulldiusa in extent and fitness for
School purposes, douieeiic comforts, health, exercise
and convenience are wholiy uuequaled in the United
Slates. We challenge a comparison.
9. The Mx Acres of Lawn and Shade
are enclosed bo as to secure the greatest privacy and
a fiord pupi the unrestrained freedom of childish
ports and innocent amusements.
3. on-ertarlau. The Academy belongs to
lift gentlemen represented by seven of their num
ber of ditlereot denominations, pledged to preserve
the non-sectarian character of the scbooL
4. The JTIateruai Care of the Boarding pu
pils is eulruned under the constant supervision of
the Principal, to ladies of culture and education, who
devote taeir whole time to the happiness and comfort
tt the pupils.
6. The Health of the Institution is
unprecedented in the history 01 schools. Ou.y three
deaths bare occurred among the pupils in over forty
eirs. The health statistics of the Institution are
among its highest recommendations.
6. The iloom are large, well furnished, and
7. Security from Fire, The buildings are
heated by steam and lighted with gas, so tha the
pupils are secure from the ordinary accidents a v ru
ing from etoves, fire places, and moveable lights.
Besides the evenness ol temperature adds greatly o
the health of the school.
H. .emulations which years have shown to
be iuobI salutary, will be continued in their full force
Tue fewest possible changes Miiiuemade in the
rules and general arrangements of the Academy.
9. The Faculty is composed of thirty-tivc
teachers and attaches, most of whom were associated
with my predecessor. In the Literary Department,
the teachers have bad long and successful experience
and most of them iu the Old Academy. In the Music
aud wrnameulal Departments the 'teachers, Profes
pors and Artists are of high celebrity. A superior
Harpist has been recently engaged for the ensuing
In fact the highest advantages in every particular
t'jat can be found in any similar Institution in the
L'uited States, are furnished iu the Nashville Female
Academy the Alma Mater of hundreds of the most
elegant aud refined ladies in the Southern States.
ff- Terms as heretofore. For particulars apply
for a Circular to the principal.
GEO. M. EVLRHART.
XasUville, Tenn.. Jane ll-twa3m
Collector's Ciwi, Citt Hall, 1
July 11th, 1S60.
fl'IIOSE indebted for Corporation Taxes for the
X present year, as well as for the tax due the
Nashville and North-western Railroad, are hereby
uotifle4 to come forward and pay the pame without
delay. This notice extends to those owning Real
Estate or Personal Projierty in the corporate limits,
and those charged w ith Poll Tax. Call at the vOice,
Citv Hall, upper eiid or the Market Housw.
' A. SfcLSOX,
jalyl2-lm aco Collector.
rs now onen tor the reception of visitors. On and
A after Tuesday Ui. 3d day oi July Mr. Jusx
fABBieB iUrn mtk accumraoLauoa muniDt 1 eating
ilia fSewanee House every Tuesday. Thurs lay .and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. M., arriving at the Spring
10 dinner (are two dollars effie and register at
Sewanee Houar. The medical qualities vf latse
Surmn are well known. For dyspepsia. diseases ol
Ui. liver, and for complaints uic;dinl to lemalea,
tlte j are nuaorpssEeu. iuwu are un suipuur
wrings of different qualities, besides free Stone and
newly discovered CJiaiy oeaie.
Term Per Day.: 1 to
Week S to
" Month 30 00
Hurts per week 3 60
nChildreaaud scrraLf half price.
WM. I. TEATMAX,
. E.J. KREiDEK,
Vashrille and Chattanooga U.K.
Change of Schedule.
OX AXD AFTER
Sunday next, "April 29, ISGO,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
Iave Xashville at 4 A. si. and 3 P. 3f.
Arrive at Cliattanwa ISOr.s. and 1:45 A. if.
Leave Cliattanoopa at 7:30 a. m. aud 70 p. m.
Arrive at Nashville at 6 P. . and 8 a. m.
A LI. rail connection, and shortest route to Boeton,
New York, Ph!lailelhia, Baltimore, Washington.
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg, Knoxville,'
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis aud Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia aud West
ern and Atlantic Kailroads.
Ttiroiith Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the following
places aud at the following prices, viz :
Xashville to Xew York. via. Cliarleston, S. C. $27 75
" " " " E. T. & Va. route, 30 35
" " ' Savannah " 27 75
" Philailelphia, " " " 27 80
Baltimore, " " " 25 75
" Washington. " " " 25 60
" Richmond. 4i " " 25 00
' Peter.sburp, ' ' " 25 00
" Lynchburg, 23 75
'; SiUem. ") 21 59
Big Tunnel, 20 75
; fliristiansbur?. f Virginia Spriiiirs, 20 75
Shawsville, J 20 75
l' Knoxville, 10 50
CharUasum, . 21 00
" Savannuli, 21 00
" Macon. 15 00
li Augusta, 1 50
-' Atlanta, 11 00
'- Columbus, 16 50
Montgomerv, 18 00
Huntsville.' 7 00
' Grand Junction, 11 00
Memphis, 12 00
'- Xew Orleans, 25 00
" Holly Springs, Mi?., 12 00
Canton, H 50
'; Favetteville, 4 90
" McMinnville, 4 30
E. W. COLE, Puperinr-ndent.
THE XashvsJe and Chattanooga Railroad Coniiany,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freitrfct Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Xachville, at slower sjieed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trains. Xo delay to freights
by this route. E. W. COLE,
Charleston and Savannah
F ttlilGUT LINKS
Raics Reduced and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
after the 24th ol licccmber, 18i9, through rates
from Xew York to Xashville:
First Class, per loo pounds fl 64
Second Class, ' " 1 35
Third Class. " " 1 18
FourthClass, " " 99
Hats, Caps and Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah anil Charleston to Xashville three,
three and a half aud four days.
Time from Xew York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
t ime, as no freight trains are run ou Sunday over three
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad on
delivery. C. W. ANDERSON.
Freight to New York and Philadelphia
Cotton and Vlour,
CUARLESTOX AND SA YANNAJL
Cotton er bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour ier barrel 1 45
Xo insurance necessary except from Cliarleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option aud expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from Xew
York to foreign irts at )i to 2-10 less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Little Miami and Columbus and
flX'TI, IIUIILTOX & DITTOS
From CI-XCISMATI to
Boston in S2i hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland in 8 hours.
Wheeland in 9,'i hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
Xew York in 30,',' hours.
Baltimore in 24 hours.
Albany in 25 hours. ,
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12Jf hours.
Steubensville in 10. hours
Zauesville in 6 hours.
Toleda in 9 hours.
Through Trains leaie Cincinnati as follows:
7:30A.ilI. EXPRESS From Liule Miama
Det, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton 4 Dayton Icxt,
connects via. Columbus. Cleveland Dunkirk and BuUiiki;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Steubensville and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bellair and Benwood.
7:30 A. HI. EXPItESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Detroit Dexit, also connects via. Lima.
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via- Iayton, Clyde and
10 A. 1. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, couuects via. Columbus, Bellair and Benwood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo.
6 P. HI. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and l&yton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky.
Modern Sleeping Cars ou this Train,
11 P. 71. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot . connects via. Coluinbus,Steubensviile and Pitts
burg: via. Columbus, Belliar aud Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus. Belliar and Benwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, IKiukirk and
HIodernLSleeping Cars on this Train.
Passengen for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. II . have 5 houn in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections.
The 6 P. J. Express, Saturdays, makes all ton
tied ions as advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Xicht Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLOfBi'S TIME, which is 7 Minutes
faster than clnlianali TIME.
Baggage Check.ed Through to
all Eastern Cities.
- Passeuifers should bear in mind that the CIN
CINNATI" is the OLD and FAVORITE RolTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
BALIJVSTED, and all modern implements adopted
insuring soxd, cumkokt and SAFETY.
TIIllOUGil TICKETS .
Are sold at all the PRIXOPIX RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST and SOCTIL Ask for Tickets
P. V- STRADER, General Ticket Agent. Cm ti.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Commenclnc Snkdajr, Jane 3d, 1860.
Leave Xashville at 415 x. m. and 3 P. a.
Arrive at Nashville at 10 a. m. and 6 P. a.
Leave Nash v ille at ........ .
Arrive at Nashville at.... ..
630 a. m.
4:45 p. .
THE Morning Train going South connects with Mem
phis and ttiar lesion Railroad at ltecatur.
' The Evening Tram going South connects at Columbia
w u n Tram to Mount rieaaant and rulasku
The Evening Tram going North niakoi close Conner.
lion at Xashville with Louisville aud Nashville Rail
road from and after Monday, May Tin, to Louisruleaud
ail Eastern cities. But oue tram on tmnday.
W. O X. PERKINS,
For Be lit.
Fr the balance of the year, a neat and comfortable
funilv residence on Vine street, between C&unli
and Brand- pussesaioa given immediately For par.
licuiar, eaquire ot vuaaa a nsn avaJB
jaiy 1 -lw
Uveat "Xatlonal lonte.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AND OXLY ROAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
Pfc AILE O ADS
ryERMIXATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads for and from all
The West, Southwest and Northwest.
Passengers by this route can visit the cities of Balti
more. Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to Xew York or Boston alone by other lines.
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of two
Sleeping Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD CXTL I'SED,
With the privilege of (-topping off at all principal
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the Eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it is unequalled in the
world. Its svstem of Dav aud Xu;ht Track Police; its
pplendid'equipinent; its exclusive Telegraph Lines; it3
large amount oi aouoio iraciw; iw uuc nuicis, uiiun
the surveillance of the Company,) ensures to the pas
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through tickets and baggage checks can be obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices in
Aek for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, Oeneral Ticket Agent.
E. F. Fl'LLER, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, GenU Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R.
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad,
Nashville to Clarksville, Hop
kuisville, Bussellville, &c.
OX AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, ISGO,
Two Trains to and from Clarksville daily.
Leave Xashville at 6.30 a. m. and 2:45 p. M.
Arrive at Clarksville 10:25 a. m. and 7:15 r. jf.
Ipave Clarksville at 6 A. Jt. and 2:45 P. M.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. m. and 7 r. M.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of sbigcs to Russellville, aud ut
Tail's Station, near State line, with Slaughter &; Co. ;s
daily line of four horse coaches to Hopkinsville, Ky.,
Via. Trenton, Pembrake, &c.
From Hopkinsville stages leave lor coiumnus, Ky.,
Paducah, Smilhland, Eddyville and Henderson.
are from Nasuvine to nenuerson do.
apr-tf Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
IT being of the utmost importance for the projxr
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of sliced, which can only be -accomplished
by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this da te, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Rates on Flour Betluced.
ri 1IIE Xashville and Cliattanooga Railroad will receive
L at Xashville, Wartrace, Shelby ville and Stations
on X. & C. R. R. between Xashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
F- W. COI.E,
Sup't or Trans;iortation X. & C. R. R.
Ltunlsville a nil nsUviWc
B A 1LUO AD-
CHANGE OF TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains between
Xashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for Xew York, Boston, Ph'ladel
pb:a, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
On and after Scxdat, Jclt the 8th, 18G0, trains
will run as follows:
First Mail train leaves Xashville at 5:00 A.M. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc
tion ,Elizabethlown, and all regular stations when sig
nalled by a flag, aud arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, and arriving in Xashville at 2:15
Second train, Express, leaves Xas'j ville at 5:50 P.M.
daily, Sundays excepted, stoppiug as first train, and
arriving in Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Returning leaves
Louisville at 6:20 P. M., stopping as above, and ar
riving in Nash villi' at 3:05 A. M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Xashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 4U P. M., and arriv
ing in Gallatin at6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., aud arrives in Xashville at 9:10
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East aud West, with a choice of the many dif
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A. J. Field, General Ticket AgeuU
- oave me riecesi
At accidents will hainicn. even in well remdaled fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way lor repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, eC.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready an .Pup 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 with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
"USEFUL IX EVERY HOUSE."
X. B A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Wholesale Depot. Xo. 48 Cedar street, Xew York.
Address, HENRY C. SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No. a .000, New York.
Put np for Dealers in Cases containing Four. Eight,
nd Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Lara accompany ing eacn package.
A smgle bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLlfc. will save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants snould make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. janlO-ly
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
THE undersigned would inform his friends
and the Dublic generally that he will con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS in this city, at
hi shoD. next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, on Church street, and calls atteution to
the stock of
iriarble monuments, Tombs.elc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in tho most superb manner.
He is prepared to manuiacrure on ine buumti nmi
KoxblelM&ntles ; and every description of Marble
Ork. "1 lue uuebt Aniericau uiu iuuu uk
work will, as heretofore, be warauted, and his prices
to suit t he time. at. L, SHELTON
MANUFACTURERS op Ios Fraxc,
GRAND, SyUAREand PARLOR
GKAND PIANO FORTES, made with
all the improvements conductive to
superiority of tore, touch and durability, GOL
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs in New York, 18 -'46
and '55, and ia St. Louis, 1859. Dealers, Scbo
and Families will save money by calling before p
chasing. All Instruments guaranteed for toree y '
Warerwoms452 BHOOsK ST., (a few doors W ee
Broadway.) Kew Ycrit. " feb21- 0
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
FAS SETT Tf ROSSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHYIIJ t IEXN.
Mannfiicturers and Wholesale and Retail
DBALKRS IS ALL KISDS OP
LADIES 1XD GEMS' TRAVELING TRLMS.
Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &.c
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in wantol
anything inouriiue, (wholesale or retail,) to
examiue our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
weare confident that we can sell as low as any other
house in the city. Our stock is all of our own man.
ufacture and is made of the best materials and by
first-class workmen. All must admit the wisdom of
buying work made at home, in preference to buyiug
that made at the Fast expressly lor jobbing.
We especially invite the attention of the I adies to
PATEXT TRUXK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments fr Bonnets, Dresses, Para
sols, Brushes, aud a water-proof compartmeut lor
Sponges, Oils, &c.
Ail kiuds oi trunks made to ordrr, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at SI Market
street, two doors Sjutli of the Square.
juue23-dly FASSEfT & CBOSSMA.N
FIBE INSURANCE COM PAN Y,
Capital $15O,O00 all paid! u.
OFFICE North-West Comeroflhe Public Square
Will take risks againstlossor damage by lire
on Dwellingsand other Houses, Goods in Store, to.
AtsoMariuandRiver hazards toandfrom allporls.
Risks on NegroeEagaimttho Danger tot the
JOHN M. HILL. JOSEPH VACLX-
JAMES CORKEY THOMPSOX AXDERSOX
G. M. FOGG. JAMES ELLIS.
ALEX. ALLISON, X . E. ALLOWAY
R. H. GARDXER. W. 8. EAKIX.
JOSEPH VATJLX, President
A W BCTLER .Secretary oct22
.Corner of Adams aud Second streets,
HAVE recently fitted np one of the finest
KAXINC II O U S i S
in the Southern country, and serve np lo
customers daily all the luxuries and deli
cacies of the season.
MEALS furuished atall hours in a stylo
that cauno be surpassed. apr'25-U
PREPARIXG soon to make a change in our business
arrangements we desire to reduce our present
stock as much as possible. In order to Uo this we
will offer our preseut stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods at reduced prices. We have on hand aline
assortment of Silk Borages, Muslins and Traveling
Goods, and in fact everything one could wish for
Also, White Good!, Embroideries, Hosiery, Table
Damask, Siieeting, Bleached aud Brown Domestic,
Plantation Goods for men and women, Cloths, Cassi
mcres, Vestiugs and Under-wear for Gentlemen. We
wish to call particular attention to onr bargain eoun
ter, on which will be found stall times mauy desira
ble goods at oue-fourth their value.
aprl3-tf KICHOLSON & HUMPHREY
This water is brought four hundred feet in ten seconds.
Takes pleasure in informing the public that he is
now ready to wait on all who may favor him
with a call.
This Spring is situated on the east side of Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
from $4 to $6: One Person, S3; by the drink, 6 cents.
Payment in advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate ot Lime, Sulphate of
Magnesia, Sulphate of Lime, Muriate of Magnesia,
Muriate of Soda.
The specific gravity of the fresh water was
1.01222 distilled water being taken as a standard
I understand that the water has already been ben
eficial to several invalids. It will be beneficial to a
greater degree when taken fresh from the Spring
I should pronounce it stimulant aud tonic, aud adapt
ed, consequently, to cases of debility, accompanied
with ananomic condition of the system, aud coutra
indicated in plethoric and inflamatory states.
RICHARD O. CURREY.
There is no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
Dcn.v at the eastern end of the Suspension Bridgo la
good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
many diseases or debility. B. W. Hall, M. D., R.
Thompson, M. D., Henry Carow, M. D.,T. R. Jen
n:ng8, M. D., Boyd MuNairy , M. D. , R. C. K. Martin,
Valuable Town Lots
I AM offering for salt on reasonable terms, the
following property: 00 handsome Buildiug Lots
in the 7th aud 8th Wards of Xashville.
Nine Houses and Ixits of various dimensions, from
large to small comfortable residences at low prices,
in the city.
Oue double three story Business House on Broad
street, occupied at present by Hardcastle & Co.
Oue Tract of about 'lyi acres, three miles out on
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, frame house
and Well part of the Lncus or Crutchtr tract, good
Oue Tract of about 31 acri , on the Murfrecsboro
Turupika road, at its junction with the Stone's River
Turnpike one-half mile out .adjacent to W. B. Lewis
and others my Brick-yari property.
One Tract of about 30 aci .s, eight miles out, near
the Murfreesboro Turnpik' Good improvements,
good water and timber.
Oue Tract of about 90 acres on the Franklin Col
lege and Stone's river Turnpike, 7 miles out 30 acres
cleared, balauce good timber and well watered.
Oue Tract of about 126 acres, adjacent to same on
the East, fronts on said Turnpike over 200 poles
near ly all good timber and toil good.
One Tract ol about 150 litres, ten miles out, near
Smith's Springs, one mile md a half North of the
Murfreesboro' Turnpike, mostly well timbered, about
40 acres cleared and several other lots aud tracts
of land in Xashville and vicinity.
For further particularscail on Xasck & Woodwasd,
No. 50 Cherry street.
Young Negroes at fair prices will be taken in ex
change for the above.
Juut25 liu rA JAMES M. MURELL.
J. 9. BPKRKT.
J. N. & H. SPERRY.
Commission, Receiving and Forwarding
AXD DEALERS IX
Pure Wines and Brandies
Also-Domestic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, ic
No. 53 Market street, Gordon's Block,
HAVING associated ourselves together for the
the purpose ot transacting a General Grocery.
Commission and Receiving and Forwarding Business
we reel assured , from a long experience in this busi
ness, that we can give satisfaction to all who may fa
vor us with their patronage. It is our intention to
keep constantly in store a well assorted stock of Gro
ceries, Wines and Liquors, and our determ'naticn to
sell them as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere.
J. K. Si O.. SFERRY .
We are now receiving a large and complete assort
ment of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and To
bacco. to which we invite your attention. Our stock
consists in part of the following articles:
Sugar and Coffee.
60 hhds. Sugar: 10 boxes Boston Loaf:
150 bbls pow. Si crush do; 50 bbls Molasses;
ou uo vAiuee sugar, iou oaga Baltimore vocee.
Wines and Liquors.
600 bbls rectified Whisky ; 50 do Newsom's do;
60 do ttouinsonco. ao; loo pkgsttrandy,Wine,Gin
500 boxes Star Candles; 200 pkgg Raisins;
600 kegs Nails; 100 box Pickles Catsup;
100 boxes Cheese: 60 do Oysters;
600 gross Matches; 100 boxes Tacks;
100 do Mason's Blacking; 300 reams Wrap. Paper:
60 boxes Garrett's SnuU; 100 do Letter Paper;
60 reels Cotton Rope ; 100 bags Shot:
150 dox Painted Buckets; 20 kegs Bar Lead ;
60 nesta do Tubs; 100 kits Mackerel Fish;
60 dos Wash Boarcs; 60 baga Popper St Spice-
60 coils grass i Jute Rope 100 boxes Ground Giojfei
500 boxes Glassware ; and Pepper.
500 drums Smyrna Figs;
Clears and Tobacco.
60,000 Henry Clay Cgars;
60,000 Xaplcon do;
2,500 La Competition Cigars, Imported; '
15.H0C German Cigars, various brands;
100 Gross Smoking Tobacco;
50 Boxes Langnorn Armistead Tobac o:
25 do J. A. Clay do;
25 do E. D. White do;
SO do Tennessee Tobacco, various brands;
And many other articles too nuineroos to mentioc
J. N. H. SPERRY ,
marl-tr 63 Market ut., Nashville. Tetfh .
fXCR stock of Full Bosom Shtrti is again complete
KJ For eoolnea and comfort we commend them as
being particularly appropriate to the present not
son. Wa have also a small lot of Pufl Bosom Shirts
together witn an endleaa variety of plainer stvles.
We have also received another lot of handsome
Keck Ties, b loves, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes,
Suspenders, Half-note, &c.,au:. Also, a re-aaupiy 4
Beaaonanie t; xuu-wun. can ana see our Goods.
We are determined to dispose of them at very low
nguree, o.ing anjuo,os to raauc our stock.
JUB22Hf 1. H. McOILL,
Capital $100,000! ALL PAID IX.
OFFICE At Xo. 36, Corner of CedarStreet and the
TT7LLLtake risksagainst Loss or dani
VV age by Fire ou Buildings, Goods,
Wareeand Merchant! ixe geuerall y . A lso ,
on Shipments against loss or damace by
Seas and Rivers, to and from all points.
ALSA Risks on Negroes against the dangersof
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,,
ANTHONY W.VANLKER, JOHN H. EWIN,
JOHN KJRKMAN. HUGH McCREA,
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWAKDS,
R. C. McXAIRY, IRBY MORGAN,
W TT EVANS.
ALEXANDER FALL President.
JAMES WALKER, Secretary. auglS
X 1 W UuOkS
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
FJ Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter. '
AborigiualAmerica,by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
junc2-lf 41 College St.
Panoramic Painting for Sale.
A first-rate opportunity for Investment.
BUSIAN'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
Bctax'8 Pilgrim's I koukess is offered for sale.
This painting has been before the public of this coun
try for several years, having been exhibited in the
principal cities in the country, and elicited the un
qualified admiration of the Press and people. It is
in good order, with all necessary fixtures, ready
boxed for shipment. For terms c, &c, apply iu
person or by letter to J. B. Ckaigukau, or to
A. S. CAMP k CO.,
junel9-tf Xashville, Tenn.
Louisville Courier and Cincinnati Commercial
copy 3 Limes and send bill to this office.
CAYCE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE uudertigned respectfully inform bis old
friends and the pnblic generally that the above
watering place will be opeued for the reception o
visitors on the 1st day of June.
Ho has a large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, 4c.
for the amusement of his visitors. These springs
have as One medicnial qualities as any in the S Late.
All who are atllicted with Dyspepsia, Bowel Diseases,
H.adache, Sic., 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
Frauklin and 3 miles west of Thompson's Station.
He would say to all who may favor him with a visit
that no pains will be spared to make it a pleasant one.
Board per week, : : : : : : $5 00
do. " day, :::::: 1 25
Single meal, ::::::: 60
Children under 11 years and servants half price.
Keeping Horse per week, : : : : 3 50
All extra trouble extra charge.
tf The hack will meet the cars at Thompson Sta
tion on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays
in the evening. WM. CAYCE.
Something for (he Hard Times.
JUST received, by express, two hundred Louisi
ana Attakapas pair of Pants goods that were
never known to wear out at $3 Cash.
june23-2w Public Square.
Banner aud Union and American copy oue week
and charge this office.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
tho nudersigned, under the style of Fowler and
Kirkpatrick, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who alone is
authorized to settle the business 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 firm for
their patronage, and scVc'ls a continuation of said
patronage to his succe
apr30-3m A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, Kew York.
WHEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas
was universally pronounced the most magnifi
cent, convenient aud thoroughly oiganized estab
lishment of the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival ia size, in
8umptuousuess, and iu the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
for 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites oi
apartmeuis for families. Six hundred persons can
be comlortably seated at the tables or its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised for the convenience aud social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted in its plan.
or ia neglected in its practical details. The early rep
utation of the house at Dome and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and its
bome-like comforts and luxuries, has been euhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions of the propri
rS. TKEADWKLL, WUITCOMU St OU
R. T. FLEMING,
11 O 11 S Fa , S 1 i . X ,
62 UnionStreet, NASHVILLE,
(BctweeuCherry and SummerStrcets.)
XOrdcrsfrom the country promptly atteudedte
May 87 f
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. HAGAN,
may29-tf rcB College street.
Reynold's New Work.
The Countess and the Page ,by G.W.M. Reynolds.
author of Mysterieis of London, &c, kc.
Just received by JOHN YORK & CO.
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no strong medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Grefenberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitters,
Fo 85 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consti
tutions, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange-
mint or the stomacn and -bowels. a.very family
would use them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & MIX CHIN
Large Sale of Thorough Bred Trot
ting and other Ilorees atWoodbnrn
ON Wednesday, the 22d day Of August next, I
will sell at Public Sale, between fifty and sixty
bead of Thorough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen thorough bred
brood mares, the same number of trotting mares,
and too hala nee young stock of both sorts.
Catalogues ol stock ready for distribution. one
month previous to day of sale, and may be had on
application to Dr.D. Swioast, or the Subscriber.
B irW'ULVntf Al ITT ll!lPD
Woodburn Farm Js near Spring Station. on Lex
ington and Frankfort Railroad. June30-t2Us.
The Bartholf Sewing Machine
; IS sold on six monrhs' time, folly warranted.'
' No ,25, College street, opposite bewanee House.'
For Plain Stocking and Fancy Knitting,
ALSO ' 4
Machine for Eaitting, Draweri, Shirt, tt,
OF ALL 8IZES. '
, OS aAJTD AXD AD TO OKDKX. '
THESE Machines ase the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, aad are the cheap
est and moat rapid machines for knitiinv in .
The Go (Tee Patent Family Knitting Machines for
family nd Plantation use, is a new and successful
feature in the naefal inventions of the age, and ranks
HUWdVllH .M1I8V, - . , , , t
AOnrOT AJTO SALZS BOOK,
K0.15T7 BROADWAY, HEW Y0EJL
janU-ai fiXBY C. LEE, Agent, j
Jtksic, pianos, &r.
New Steinwav Piano
l At liiicU's Maisic Store,
No. 45 Union street.
rrHIS Instrument is warranted new
JL and noisixiy uays irum ms iuu-
ufactory , as will be seen on examina- (
th.n. I will sell at manufacturer's
price, without additional charge for freight. Tho
in want of a Piano will Had it to their interest
call and examine it before purchasing.
Music Dealer, 45 Caina
Piauo Fortes from celebrated
makers .Stem way &Sons, A. H. Gale ?
Jb tv. Hazeltnn Bros. . Peters. Cragg
ft Co., aud others, consisting of aud 6f,7 and 7f
Octaves, aud ranging in price from $100 to $600, all
warreuted in every resiect. Persous purchasing
from him will mot pay Trom $25 to $75 more than if
they gave an order to a Pedlar for an instrument
thattuey neither see nor hear until it is put up in
their parlor. When it is sometimes very hard to find
aulnstruincntthatplcasesin every particular when
you have a dozen or more to select from, is it at all
likely yon would be pleased in buying by order
Also in store the largest Stock or Sheet Music Books,
aud small Music Instruments ever offered In the
Market, and v'll bo sold lower than by any
other houseintheCity. Ccineto33 Uuioustreetaud
be convinced. J.A.McCLURE.
TIE Copartnership heretofore existiug under the
style of Edwards, Gilkeson Co., is this day
disolved by mutual cousent. J. K. Gilkesou retir
ing from the firm. -July
15, 1800. JO. EDWARDS,
J. K. GILKESOX,
E. P. EDWARDS.
JO. TOWARDS. P. B. HARRIS. K. P. EDWARDS.
EDWAPiDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO EDWARDS, CILKKRSOX & CO.)
WILL CONTINUE THE
W iiolcsale tivoccry,
FOR WARDING AXD COMMISSION BUSINESS
At the old stand, corner tf College and Church sts.
AXD DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th above in any quan k , wholesale and retail. Al
so, Fireworks of all ki : s. Orders r i distance
promptly attended to. JOHN LUCK.
lYegro Man for Sale.
I AM offering, at a bargain , an A Xo. 1 Xegro Man
for sale', aged 20 years. He has had considera
ble experience on a farm, aud taking care of stock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
junel9-tf Cedar street.
The Unprecedented Success
Which has of late attended! the use of
Ia. IX. SWEETS
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial effects. It is the only prepira
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure. If yen are atllicted try it at once. aud be
careful to nseno other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
MX4T For sale at Demoville's aud DeG rove's, aud
by other Druggists. junel6-tf
OT wishing to carry over any portion of our
SUITIiTlUIt STOCK, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of every ng in
Regardless of Cost.
49 Persons not yet supplied will do well to ex
amine them, as we are determined to CLOSE THEM
OUT. K, C. McNAIRY It CO.
3 J MILES FROM SILAWSVILLE 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 lur
niture of the best class, 'and will open it for the re
ception cf Visitors ON THE 15TH DAY OF JUNE.
Hiving 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 of Montgomery, 3.5
miles from SUA WS VILLE VEPOl, (Va. and Tenn.
K. K. ) on the banks of the Roanoke river, and is sur
rounded by some of the most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery to be found among the Mountains of
Virginia The Water has acquired such a reputation
in the last few years, that it is unnecessary to say
anything in commendation of it. It is now consid
ered a specific for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, aud
a remedy for allCutaneous Diseases, disordered con
ditions of the Stomach, Bowels and Liver, and for
prostration of the nervous system. We might ap
pend a number of certificates from Physicians and
others acquainted with its merits, and to these might
be added ad infinitum.
Passengers will be met at Shawsville by Four
Horse Omnibusses, to convey them over a new road
to the Springs. Persons leaviug Baltimore, Wash
inston, Richmond and Petersburg in the morning,
arrive at the Springs the same day; tbof e from toe
South will find the same conveyance on tho arrival
of each train.
juuel4-dlm BOOTH, COLH0UN St CO.
An Invoice of Meerschanm Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschanm Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine.
and China Stems, whi-h will be sol-l cheap at pri
vate saie oy jiuj. . riLiL.ua ac uu.,
junela-tf . Central Auction Rooms.
WANT TO HIRE.
TTOR the balance of the year, a servant to do the
JD cooking and washing for a small familvl Ap
ply at thi office.
Canary Cages !
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages of
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomt
as ever brought to this market. For sale low by
ieoo-ii J. W. WlUjOX.
Entire Stock UnderV.ttacli-
TENJ. F. FHIELDS & C0.,wiil proceed to sell at
Store, No. 1$ Public Square, next door to W.
H. Calhoun's Jewelrv Store, on arannnt of W. C.
Show, CD. C, commencing oa Thursday morning,
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the entire contents of the
Dwre,no. ia l-UDlic Square, with counters, Shelving,
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. The stock consists of Em
broideries, Laces, Ribbons, s large stock of Silk
Trimmings, Ladies' and Children 's Furnishing Goods,
witua never enaing variety not to be enumera
ted. Ladies are invited, and also dealers, who will
nna it to taeir interest to attend. The store is for
Bent. BEN J. F. SHIELDS it CO.
une25-td . '
.Notice to Stockholders!
XsLshTllle and Chattanooz Railroad.
. SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
lVa&hville, June 2Sth, ISGO.
FI pursuance of a resolution passed by the Stock
holders of the NASHVILLE AND CHATTANOOGA
RAILROAD COMPANY on the 4th day of December
ast, the Stockholders In said company will be car-
a free or cnarge over toe noaa on uie va, ia ana
n days or July, at tneir pleasure, Dy exhibiting
eir certificates of stock, to the conductor.
June30-4d. WE. COLE, Supt
Extra Familj Flour.
IRA BARRELS Extra Family Fiour, manufactnr
XUJ ed rrora choice White Wheat, to arrive to
day, and for sale by '
. marlo-lf . . - MIZELL, HOOPER & CO. ;
laiUes Bonn t Boxes. ;
JUST received a large assortment of Ladies' Ben-'
set Boxes, single and double tops and trays.
Also. Ladies' Sale bela and Traveling Bags, which
I oner very cheap for cash.
Jone2-U' fU College street.
M. c. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv sts.,
diseof ailclasses. Satisfaction given to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Cousiu
eesof goods tothis market will hud my auction rooms
well tilled up, and the goods will be sold without
lay aud the money paid over forthwith.
N.U. Nogoods boughtorsoldon my ownarcouut.
Charges reasonable aud liberal advances made on
W. A. JOHNSON Ac CO.,
.CAR0NDELF.1 STREET 27
M. KIKIkfilUCI. K. F. SKVI.1S. K. KIKKPATKICK.
KIKK PAT KICK & CO.,
COjMISSIOX !i FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No. 27 NATCHEZ STHLKT,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
JVliW ORLEANS, I.A.
J. & G. "REAKIRT,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, 0bi3.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
. Wire Heddles and frames,
Steel Seeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, &c
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cam. Wood, &c, &c, &c.
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union & American lilork, Cherry st.,
ARE just in receipt or their ?r VER STOCK
Fine AYints and Brandies;
Scotch Ale and London -vrter;
Light AVinesfort Summer nse;
French Cordials and Syrnps;
Hermetically talcd Goods of every description
English and French Fruits, Pkkles, Saucej and
Extra Fine Green and Black Teas; St. Ixuis Crack
ers , Olive Oil, S. C. Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tougues,
Olives, Cassin, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isiuglast,
Gollatine, Preserves, Cracknel Biw uits, Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, &c.
We keep constantly on liana ev rythin? pertaining
ti the supply of Faiu lies.
It. It. SNOWDKX cV CO.
Ambrotypes and Melaneotypes,
THE cheapest and the best, are made at the Ar
Gallery, corner of College and Union streets
Daguereoptype Picture ef deceased persons can her
be coppied and thrown np to the Life Size Portrait:
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype
right in Nashville. nov21-tf
If You Want a Hot Fire
M.J0 J Atil JL S.B MU
Orders Can be Left in Box 94, P. 0.
dec7-tf S. J. AGNEW.
MORE NEGROES L A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
ameng which may be found every SHADE of the
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
apr2l-tr ' J. W. LANG LEY.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., KEW 10EK,
WOULD notify the Trade tint they are opening
Weekly, iu new aud beautiful patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Coun
try for perfection of execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper ttiau any in
the market and meeting with extensive sate.
JTJj Orders promptly attended to
TO MILLERS, DISTILLERS, &c.
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW SELLING OUT ALL THE
Tubs, Boilers, Pipes, Machine
ry, Fixtures, &c,
Belonging to the Distillery and Flouring iiill, known
At Nashville ; parts or parcels of the same will be
sold tosuit purchasers
AT VERY REDUCED PRICES.
Persons desiring to purchase are referred to
Turners. Foster, Esq., or James Corbett, at xash
ville, Tenn. JUOS.J FOSTER.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Refurnished.
THK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, end re fur
nished it thorongbout in the most elegant rtyle, will
open the house to the public on Thursday the 5th
iust. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf va
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & very Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on AA
the Murfreesboro' Tnrunike Road. The fais'i'H
dwelling is of Brick, built In modern style
and very commodious; containing 9 rooms
of good aise, besides hahs, ante -chambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated In
A. Beautiful GroTe cf Forest Trees.
Th. kitchen .wash room and meat hnnuir.
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
The place contains thirtv-two arroa ,.r nr,
land, of which twelve are in HEAVY TIM PER.
onage or railroad to pass, and the toll gate will
ion be move 1 beyond.
ALSO adjoining the abov. r.l ...,iiri
Building Lota, containing from six to thirty acres
one of seventeen acres, heavily timbered.
luoae tanas are well adanted to rardeni nr hin .
near the city and of free soil, clear of rock. Posaes-
For terms apply to the undersigned on the premt
es, or at S3 College street.
JnneSft-dtf A. H. FORD.
Q HERRING'S SAFES,largesixe,winbesoldTery
0mw ww irv vlUSV WIUJBlueai,
Junel8-tf J. W. WILSON.
A Sew Snpplr of Ohio Role Batter.
1 SQT' BOUNDS of Fresh BatUrjastreseiwed pet
m.w m uu, ana tor sate oy
gSSHJ. T BHLELDS CO.,
aprO-U No. 27 tUg. street
HATES OF AD VERT SING
(TK.V LIXKS OB I.BSS TO C02ieTlTTT A socajts.)
Onesauare 1 dav SI 00 eachad'allnsertiflk 6
' " 1 week ,3 00 achad'a lsquare
2 4 60 "
" " lmonth6 00 "
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S 12 00 "
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kSxewarlb ax nvAsrar.
On e sq uare ,o lie y ear ,So0 eaeb additiuna lsqna re SI 0
Written notice must be given to take outnd stop
advertisements of yearly advertisers before the J ear
expires. otherwise weshallchareet. Idone.
Nocontract ofyearlyadvertisrini 'Ibediscoa
tinned without previousnoticetons.norwillauycbarf
be made for less than one year at he yearly rates.
From VISCHER.OWEN St CO.,Gene,-al Advertising
House ,Appleton Building to Broadway
MU11T! L.IGI1T!! LIGHT!!
Kerosene, Cainphene, Fluid, and Oil and
C U X E 1 K IV
CHl'RCHES, COLLEGES, AND PL BUC BUILDING
-iJ-iilliam.Mreetear Fulton, New-York,
A Winter Arra.
U. S. MAIL,
I -A. O E T s.
IN CONNECTION WITH TIIFV
Xashville aud Cfcaltanooga II. K
Tennesseeand Alabama Railroad,
rpiIEtollowing splendid steamers comprife
-L line.andleavHailitrilin.i.ii . o.. . 1
Steamer MINXETONK A ,
Danuiell, Master, u-
Leaves Nashville irrrr u, I Cl!"'. K
day at 12 o'clock, M. jrry.
Steamer C. E. HILLMAN .
CoRitiTT, Master, 4 ,.
LeavesNashville every Tues-'V?-. I
day at 4 o'clock,?. M. -EIrK-g?
Steamer ST CLOUD,
Leaves Nashville on Wedncs
days at 12 o'clock, M.
Steamer MINN ETONKA
oy at 12 o'clock, M.
Steamer B. M. RUNYAN"
Leaves Nashville on Fridays
Leaves Nashvillee very Sat ur
day at 12 o'clock. M.
Tliesesteamers connectat Paducah with the Mo
ail.l Ohio Kailroad, at Cairo with tho Illiuois Centra.
lUilroad , and at St. Louis with the Missouri aud upp
Mississippi River Packets.andareequaltoanystean.
crsadoat forsalety ,speed and comfort.
au8-tf- A. HAMILTON, Agent
S.S.SOVLS? P RED CRICK O OCT K
BOYLE & COM
No. 59 Second Street,
Foreign l.lquom & Wines, Distillery
stud ITIauufacturer of Itrandles
ine, Cordial, ltittera, Are., have
constantly on haud various grades of pure Boar
bon and Hye Wlilnky, Peac u aud A p-
IIe lirandy; slso, Itaratarla and IVe v
aCiiXlaud ICum, Sole manufacturers of
Ai Ageuts for Fred. Goule'sJapaneseBittera.
ieir Fork Pianos.
T. If. CHAMBERS'
Established In 182S.
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart, and Dubo. :
Wareroomi Iu the "Bible Honae
Cor. StU street and 4th Avenue,
. NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase. Orders' bV
letter faithfully executed, and perfect SitisfacUon
N. B. Send for a circular, with description of
styles and scuedule of prices. marU6-an
Express to Clarksrille.
THE Soutaern Express Company respoctfullv aa
nounce that thy are now running mnini
through to Clarksville, via. E. St K.and M.C.Jt"
Kail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
audinterveniiigpoints with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
r.K dto u Iace8 n "tape routes, couuectiuf
with the above Railroads. Bills, Boles, drafts ec
collected and prompt return mad". ' '
far Olhce No. 19 PubUc Square
fuul7-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Fresh Fruits all the Year! ,
THE YE03IANS' "
TrJ.tSiJTY' COSVESIESCB, ECONOMY AXD
.a. bAt ETY, is unequalled Tor preservini Fruits ia
a fresh state, in any climate ,an indefinite tin.. Ha;
"5 luese oouies, we cad them exceedingly
convenient and Jut,t the thing waxted.
juoj j. i hum AH, la KegUter ot Rural Affairs,
lor descriptive and price circulars, aduresa Pra-
pretor, at Walworth. Wayne county , New York.
ma trOflfitj a'l.ur - am v cA a
LYOX'S LSECT P0TOER!
FOR SALE BY
BAINS, BROWN A CO.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Fiacs ! Flass ! ! Flatrs ! ! !
NOTHlNti adds ao much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Child ten a.a Flax
iuthe nana or every uiue ooy ana i-ut.a w
now preparea to turnisa mwn in muj 4uiiij,h i
College street, np stairs over S welds' Auction Ro at;
..1 at ... -.
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, and for sale at a low Ogure Soa
busheui superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben aelecied with gret care, aad was.raist
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri is free from
dirt and all impurities.
aprll-Lf r,fi (f MIZELL, HOOPER a CO.
THE BARTHOLF MACIILNE
HAS a larger and Aner tnished table tbaa any
No. 'J5, College street. Opposite Sewauee Hoasa
I rf B Cabinet Champagne: 34 BaiaaMBsia-
U .Ick. just reseived aad for sale by
ua,'J4-4f IaJ . F. HHlU.P1 tt CO Q