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PUBLISHED DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY. AND '.WEEKLY. BY A. S' C AMP & C CK, . 1ST).: 1 epEADERICK STREET.'
NASHVILLE, TENK TUESDAY. AUGUST 28, 1800:
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ted by the addition thereto of the subscription lists of
An, renders it an excellent advert tsine medium.
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Kir We solicit orders, at our oftVe. No. 16 ItiKEB
k k -Street
A. S. CAJII Jc CO.
I HATE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADDY
with me in busiue-y, the nam" of the lirra to bo
Robert Moore A t o. KullERT MOORE,
July J, lsJ0. 4 Walnut street.
IIOBKUT 3100UE & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
Ko. 49 Walnut Hreef,
I'iircha--e and sell, exclusively on commission. Flour,
Racun, Cheese, Butter, Seeds, this, Iried 'ruit,Can
diew, Soap. Cordaee. Broomf, Buckets. Tulw, and arti
cles of Immeslic Mimutkcture and l'Kolil'CK generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DETJGGISTS,
S. W. Coruer of tr. m J and Mjxket fctroels,
UTT. are prepared to execute orders for Drnei
and Medicines and all articles periaiu
lug to ttio I'rug iiuEiuess, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The fsameattuuUOD will le givn as heretofore to
have every article or as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put up that is of
a doublfulor sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
liare established in wlhns none but Pure Drugs and
Medici ne, and we, therefore, invite you to exam:ne
our stuck before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
baow jou inducements seldom o lie red in thi- or any
other Souther n city . In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on baud a larire stock of Pcriumery,
tVxip-i and Toilet Articles, White L-d, Linseed Oil,
Tnrpebiine Vi'siViit, s--i tt? and Wines for inert i
i3 now open lor the reeoptioa of visitors. On and
after lurday the 3d day of July Mr. Juvu
Pauusa will run avt accoiumoitation Omnibus I eaving
the Sewaiiee House every Tuesday ,Thar3 lay , and
Saturday at 6 o'clock. A. M., arriving at the Spring!
to dinner (at two dutlars tike acd register .t
StCiiM ILuse. The nn-iical Qualities of liese
Spnngs are weil known. For dyspepsia. diseases of
in hver. and tor complaints incident to leiuale?,
they are unsurpassed. There are live sulphur
spruit of d.lferent qualities, besides free stone and
newt) discovered chalyle3te.
TertUfc :er Day $1 50
WeeL S tO
Moixlb SO l
For per week. ........ 3 50
' Children and servants h.ilf f-r-e.
WM. 1". YF.ATMAX,
t. J. KRrJ I'EK,
Xelesrapb 1 Italy beate Spring:.
1 u-s water is htuuht rour hundred feet in ten seconds.
r k- pleasure in informing the public that be is
L now ready wait on all who luay favor b:m
with a call.
Tnis Sprmg i situated on the east side of Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
Irom 4 to $6; one rersvn,;- byibedrtnk,s cents,
t'ayment in advauce.
CAxtKnate of I roo. Carbonate Lime, Sulphate '4
U unKJ, Sulphate of Lime, Murutie vf H.igaesia,
M irute of Sla.
The sptciftc gravity ol the fresh w.Uer was
1.01: MistuieU water euig lakea as a standard
1 understand that the water has already been ben
enctal to several invalnls. It will be nev.Ccwi ton
crewter decree when token fresh from the spring
1 abotlJ pronounce it stimuUntandton.c, and adapt
ed, consequently, to cases of debility, accompanied
with ananomic conuition oi ine sy new. sou nniira
iu cicate-l in plethoric and inaamatory stales.
There is no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
Icn at the eastern end of the Suspension Bridge to
goud Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
inany-dtsecses of debiutv. B. Hi", Ji. v., n.
Ihouipson, M. !., Henry Carow, M. D..T. R.Jen
i.iDifi,it. It., Boyd MOairy, M. D. ,R-C.K Martin,
Valuable Town Lots
I AM offering Tor sak . an reasonable terms, the
following properly: 66 handsome Buildiug Lots
in toe Tin and 8lu Wards of Nashville.
Aioe Houses and Lois of various dimensions, from
laree to small comfortable ren.ieuces at luw prices
In the city. '
Cue double three story Bu'ine flouse n Croad
Ktreet, occupied at prreiit by Uardc&stie Jc Co.
one Tract of about 22 1; acres, three miles out on
the Nashville and Chattauooga Railioad, frame house
and Well part of the Lucus or Crulchtr tract, good
One Tract of about 31 acrt , on the il urfreesboro'
Turnpike road, at its Junction with the stone's River
Turnpike one-half mile out adjacent to W. B. Iewis
and others my Brick yart roerty.
One Tiact of about 30 act -, eigbt miles out, near
the Murfreesboro' Tampfkr Good improvements,
good water and timber.
One Tract of about W acres on the Franklin Col
lege and stone's river Turnpike, T miles out SO acres
cleared, balance good timber aud well watered.
Uue Tract of about 126 acres, adjacent to same on
the Kant, true la on aatd Turnpike over Sou poles
nearly all goud timber and od good.
One tract ol about 150 aves,ten miles out, near
Smith's Springs, one mile aid a half North of the
Murlreesboro' Turnpike, mostly well timbered, abut
40 acres cleared and several other kits aud trucls
of land in NabviUe and vicinity.
For further particnUrscaU on Xascm a Wooowabp,
N'n. iO Cherry street.
- Young Nesroes at fair prices will be taken ia ex
change for the above.
Junei 1m raa JAMES U. MCRIXL. ;
Ladlcs Uonn 1 Uoxcs.
JCaT received a large atsortment of Ladies' Bon
net li ies, single aod double topt and trays
Aiao. Ladies' Sat heb. and Traveling Bigs, which
1 onr very cheap fur ca.ii.
- )aa23-tf ,42 Coiiegt street.
Xashville and Chattanooga IMI.
Change of Schedule.
OS AND AFTER
Sunday next, April 29, ISCO,
ra.-aeugLT Trains will run as follows:
I-ave Nashville at 4 A. n. and 3r.x.
Arrive at Chattanooga 1:30 r. Jt. and 1:45 a. it.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 a. a. and 730 r. m.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 P. a. and 8 a. a.
AM. rail connection, and shortert route to Bopton,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg. Knosville,
Savannah, Charleston, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
leans, kc. . .
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia aud West
ern and Atlantic Railroadf.
Throuuh Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, a't oftice at Dcjiot, to the following
places ana ai me iouow wis jri.-e?, iu.
Na.-hville to New York, via. Charleston. ?. C.
r.. i.Kia. nwie,
2 5 00
: VI 6
Hoily Spring, MUs ,
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
THE Nashville aud Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roa.is below, are running
an F-xpref-s Frei-rht Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
eertaiulv as their passenger Trains. No delay to freights
bv this route. f .
Charleston and Savannah
V R 1G11T Ia 1 X VaS
Baiei Eedoced aud Speed Inereased.
EXVRFSS Freight Traius on all th roads. )n and
after the 24th ol December, 1S59, through rates
fnm New York to Nashville:
First Class, per loo pounds f J
Second Class, " " J !
Third Cla, x
Fourth CU-vJ, " " B
Hats, lips and Bonnets ","'L
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
.nc.Hi.utia ..iuca ihn nhovA variations in
lUtnicuiuB .wwoiiw -"
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions bv ic or suow. tivercnarges auu
.1. . .. n.l.l,rr;im nt nniltintlV
adjusted bv the Nashville and Chattitmniga P-llroad on
Freight to ew York and Philadelphia ;
Cotton and V'tour,
CIIARLESTOX AXD SA VAXSA2L
Cotton ir uale of not more lnan 500 lbs- weUJt 25
FIHir per barrel 1
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and sa
vaunah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at X to 2 16 less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by tho Freight Agent of the
Nacbvillc. aud Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf - tieueral Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Mttle Miami aud Columbus aud
fIX'TI, HllHLTOX & DAYTOS
1860 ISIS I860
From C1XC1SXATI to
Buston in lionrs. New York in Ml hours.
Philadelidim in 2 hours.
Saratoga Sprines in hr3.
Buflakin li hours.
Ueveland in 8Ji hours.
Wheelaud iu', hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
Baltimore in 24 , hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg iu 12 hours.
SteubensvUle in 10 Si hour.
ZancsYiUc in 6 hours.
Toleda in hours.
Sandukv in 10 houri
lK-troit iu Vli hours
Throngh Trains Irave Ciceinnati as follows:
7:30 A. M. EXPRESS From Little Miama
rienot. and trfin Cincinnati, Hamilton A; Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus. Cleveland Dunkirk and Bunalo;
via. Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
j-ieubnsville aud Iittsburg: via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pituburg; via Columbus, Bella ir ami ueuwooa.
7:30 A. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Imr. il DepiM.abo connects via. Lima.
Toledo. Detroit and Canada; via- fayn-o, Liyae ana
in - TT- F.XPKE'iS From Little Miami
rtrnot connects via. Columbus. Bellair and Bcnwood
via. Columbus, Belliar aad Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pitc-barg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo.
ft P. EXPRESS From Cincinnati. Hamil
Ion and Ittyton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and teandusfcy.
Jlodern &lepins Ca.ru on IhUTrain,
IIP. lf. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus teubenrville and Pitts
burgj'via. Columbus. Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus. Belliar and Benwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and Piiirburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Duukirk and
nodern.Sleepiag Car on this Train.
Passenger for Lake S teaman, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. K . nave a noun in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M.t make direct connection!.
77! 6 r. M. Exprtts, Saturdays, make all con-
netiums at adw.rtued, exetpt J or uaroa
and points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepieu.
Trains run by COLTMBCS TfSTF.. which is 7 Minutes
faster than CINCLNNAll HJ1K.
Ttnrzrnsre Checked Tlironslt to
all Eastern Cities.
a s Passemrers should bear in mind that the "CIN
ClWATl"' is the OLD and FAY0RITE ROUTE. Om-
nctouM are made Dromntlv. the Roads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
lnsurmg spkeo, comfort and SiAl txi .
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES In the WEST and S4JLTU. Ask for ncaeta
P. W. hTR.VDI3, funeral Ticket Agent, Cin ti.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Commencing Sunday, Jane 3d, 1860.
. , PASSENGER TRAINS.
Leave Nashville at ...415 a. a. and 3 r. a.
Arrive at Nashville at 10 a. x. and 6 f. a.
Ieare Nashville at SO a. .
Arrive at Nashville at 4 4:45 r. a.
THE Morning Train going South connect with Mem
phis and Cliariesion Railroad at Itemur.
The Evening Train going South connect at Columbia
witn Tram to Mount I'leasant and Pulaski.
The Evening Tram going North make close eonnee
tun at Nasuviila with Louisville and Kashvill Rail
road from and after Monday, May tih.to Louisville and
ail Eastern cities. Kut one tram oa Sunday.
W. O'N. PERKIX3, "
junt-4 -if SuparuuuMlent. "
Extra . Faiailj. Floor. ;
RinRrT Vvtr FAmilv FlO'ip.m&nnfae.tiiv.
lt)J from choice WnjWhe:, to arr-ve V9-
nay, aaa iur s4ie vy -
niarUr-tf ' M77TT.L, E09PSS ft C9.
Urcat National Uoutc.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
; AND ONLY ROAD TO .
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
R .ILK O -A.0D S
TF.RMIXATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
the East, and Columbus' on the West, at which
places it connects w ith Railroads for and from all
The West, Southwest and Xorthwcst.
Passengers bv this route can visit the cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New 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
' Slec-iiing Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD UXTIL USED, -
With the rrivilege T stopping on" at all principal
Business Men or Traveler?, for Pleasure or Informa
tion can visit all the Eastern Cities at a coiuparatively
small expense. The scenery is celebrated lor its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it is unequalled in the
world. Its svstcm of Day and Night Track Police; its
splendid'equipment; its exclusive Telegraph Ijnee- its
large amount of doubla track; its line Holrifl. (under
the'surveillance of the Company.), ensures to the pas
senger SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through tickets and bagago checks can be obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices in
A?k for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M. C(LE, General Ticket AgeuL.
E. F. FULLER, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R
Etoficld & Kentucky Railroad
IVasliville to ClarltsTille, Hop-
kmsville, Kusseiiviiie, &c.
ON AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7tli, i860,
Two Trains to and from Clarksvilie daily.
Ijeave Nashville at 6:30 a. a. and 2:46 p. a.
Arrive at Clarksville 1025 a. a. and 7:15 r. a.
Leave Clarksville at 6 a. a. and 2:45 P. a.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. a. and I p. a.
MMiL.tMin rmm Vnshville eonnects at BoriUfir-
Ur 11H -1 Ull'ft aiviu " "- i 1 J
field with a dailv line of stages to Russell ville, and at
rw .M.et.ta liitA Willi Slmiirhter At Co's
imi a trffcnn, . p,
daily liue of four horse coaches to Hopkinsville, b.y.,
via. rrenion, rcmuri-, .
I--,.... M,L inui.-iiln staires leave for Columbus. Kv..
Paducah. Smithland, Eddy ville and Henderson.
Fare from Nashville to uenuerson t oo.
apr7-tf Cnief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
r' being of the utmost importance for the proper
nrotoi-tion of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of gravel and other traius, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can only bo ac
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the rreigut trains may oe ruu uu mo nm
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this da te, freight will ne receiveo Dy tne
Nashville and Cliattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule station only.
Kates on Flour Reduced.
a 'HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
at Nashville. Vartrace, Sheibyville and Stations
on N. C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or savannan, at ime uuimz per i -i ui ...iu.
Sup't of Transportation N. & C. R. R.
Ltoulsvillc and NasUvlUc
CHANGE OF TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains between
Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Plrladel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
On and afler Scxdat, Jilt th 8th, 1860, trains
will run as follows:
First MailtrainleavesNashvilleatfirOO A.M. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow June
tion.Elizabethtown ,and allregularstations when sig
nalled by a flag. and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2 J 5
daily, Sundays excepted, stopping as Orst train, and
arriving in Louisville at 3 .00 A. M. Returningleaves
Louisville at 6:20 P. M., stopping above, and ar
riving in Nashvilleat 3:05 A. M.
Gallatin Accommodation .Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted! at 4:30 P. M-, and arriv
ing in Gallaun at 6:10 P. M. Returningleaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., and arrives in Nashville at J0
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice or the many dif
JN0. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Fi bid. General Ticket Agent.
Save I he Pieces!
As acridents u-Ol kapten, emx in mil regulaltd f ami
lift, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, ke.
SPALDING'S PEEP AXED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
f.rd to be without it. It is always ready and up to the
sticking point. There ia no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for eone-ehell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation ia 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
-CSEFVL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Wholesale Depot , Ko. 48 Cedar street , New York.
Box, No. 3,600, New York.
Put np for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful LUbograjiuic buow
Card accompanying each package.
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLLE 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 should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. . jaalO-ly
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
THE undersigned would inform his friends
and the public generally that he will con-1
tinue the MARBLE BUSLNESS in this city, at
his ahop, next door to Cornelius' Cabinet
shop, on Church street, and calls attention to
the 8toeK or
Itlarble Monomentt, Tombs, etc( .
Which he baa ' on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
MarbleiMantlee; and every description of Karbls
yforlt. u lue luwtol American and IlaJan Marblat. Ill
work will, as heretofore, be waranted, and his prices
to suit the limes. . M. L. SUELTON.
SCHUETZE & lUDOIaFF, ;
MaVCFACrCRERS OP Io raaaa,
GRAND. sqCARK and PARLOR
GRAND PIANO FORTES, made wtth
alt th imnrMTMmAtita condoctiTe to
sopertori'.y of tore, touch md drrabillty, COL..
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs in New York, 18
& and '55, aad in SU Louis, 1859. Healers, Scho
and Families will save money by calling berjre p
chasing. All Instnt rits gu- r r f r Uirse y '
Wareroooia Ait B.lcOMX KT. (li.f (Joors Wes -BrowdwsyKtW
Ytfx. V f.U-
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
F 0 R S ALE.
"TJTTISHING to make other investments, epro
V V posetosellallnur RealEstateiu Davidsonco.,
as follows :
Tbat Suburban Residence,' ;
aitnatedon the Franklin Turnpike, within halla mile
of the city, and opposite the residence of the late Jo
seph W. H or ton. This is, perhaps, the moBt com
manding site ia the vicinity ol Nashville, and isa
mostdesirablecountry residence. The house will be
old withl2tr laacresol'landasthepurcbasermay
That Valuable Farm,
knowuastheSimsTract, situated on the SmithTnrn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash
ville, oontaiuing330 acres. Tho soilisgood.it is well
watered aud timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, a!l of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
gardecsand dairy larms. Also, that
ousame road , now occupied b) T.C. HcCuinpbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 250 acres. This pi ice is so well known as to
noed no further description ltwillalso be divided
to8uitpurctiasers T.C. McCauipbellw lishowthese
places to any one who wil lea II .
Alitheabovepropcrty wiii be sold on reasonablo
terms,and on a creditof one ,lwo,three and four
Appl) to A . V.S.uiudtiey , Nashville .or to either
otibeugiier.-iignf d .
.ix milet) rom Nashville.
i . A . McCAMPBELL,
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & very Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on J. A
the Murfreesboro' Turbpike Road. The !i $
dwelling is ot Brick, built In modern style
aud very commodious: containing 9 rooms
ol good size, besides hahs, ante-chambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
1: Beautiful Grove of Forest Trees.
The kitchen ,wa:-h room and meat house ire also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
The place contains thirty -two acres of excellent
land, of which twelve are in HEAVY TItlPER.
No bridge or railroad to pass, aud the toll gate will
soon be move 1 beyond.
ALSO adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres
one of seventeen ceres, heavily timbered.
These hinds are well adapted to gardening being
near the city aud of free soil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at any time.
For terms app y to lli undersigned on the premi
ses, or at 32 College street.
une2-dtf A. II. FORD.
Q HERRING'S SAFE.-!, large Fize, will be sold very
low to close ncoutignuieut.
junel5-tf J. W. WILSON.
A -New Supply of Ohio Role Butter.
1 fQry POUNDS of Fresh Bulterjnstre3c2-ed pet
AcJ7 I Poland, and for sale by
BEN J. F SHIELDS k CO.,
apr9-a No. 27 College street
The Unprecedented Success
Wirirh ' has of late attended the use of
Li. X. SWEliT'S
MEDICATED SOAP j
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with files to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial eflects. It is the only prepi ra
tion that can be relied on lor a permanent and spee
dy cure. If ycu arc attiirted try it at once, and be
carelul to use no other mediclue in connection with
it. It is compounded under tb supervision of I.. N.
SWEET who will relm u the money if no cure pro
ceeds from iu use.
Mf- For sale at Demovillc's and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. juni'16-tf 1
Reynold's Aev Work.
The Countess and the Page , by G. W. M . Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of Loudon, kc, kc.
Just received by JOHN YORK & CO. i
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 tne Graeieuoerg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Hitters,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt t ions, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange
mint of the stomach aud bowels. Every lamily
would use them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf ilAtK.t-NZ.lt. & MLNGHLX
Express to Clarksville
THE Southern Express Company respectfully an
nounce that they are now running hksmknukrh
through to Clarksville, via. E. & K. and M.C. &L
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
andinterveningpoints with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places on stage routes, conuecting
withthe above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, c'c. ,
collected and prompt return made.
f3gr- Office No. 19 Public Square.
febl7-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Sunday School Celebrations
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
iuthe band of every little boy and gir.. l.LX'K :s
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, np stairs over Smelds' Auction Ro m-
Hungarian Grass Seed
JUST received, aud for sale at a low figure 5G0
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with greit care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouriis frse from
dirt and all impurities.
aprll-tf MIZELL, HOOPER & CO.
TOE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Refurnished.
TnK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, end refur
nished it thorougbout in the most elegant My le, will
open the bouse to the public on Thursday the 6th
inst. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf CO
An IoToiee of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, wlii h will be coll cheap at pri
vate sale by BENJ. F: SniELDS u CO.,
junelS-tf Central Auction Rooms.
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages ol
all styles, colors' and prices, some as handsomt
as ever brought to this market. For sale low by .
feba-tr J. w. wilson.
rrMIE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
1 style of Edwards, Gilkeson k Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkeson retir
ing from the firm.
July 15,1860. JO. EDWARDS,
' . ; J. K. GILKESON,
E. P. LD WARDS.
v. a. Harris.
K. P. EDWARDS..
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
. (SrCCHSORS TO KDWARDO, CIUURCOH & CO.) .
- WILL CONTINUE THE ,
.Wholesale Civocevy, -
FORWARDING AXD C0MISSI0X BUSINESS
- Jl tke old tiand, corner cf College aud CJiurck lU.
Julyl6ir-. , . .
AND DECORATIONS of a Ttlads, and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
thi'jove in any quan , , wholesale and retaiL Al
so, Fireworks of all ki orders r i distance
promptly attended to. . JOHN LUCK.
New Steinwav Piano
l IaucVs lusic Store, ;f
;'lf 45 ITnlon street. -("-
THI3 Initromeulis warranted new
and notsizty days from the man.
nfactory , as will be seen on examina
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's
price, without additional charge for freight. TIuw
ln want of Piano wlil Had it to their interest
ceil and examine It before purchasing. - ' I , 4
... - JOHN LCCK.) :
" at'17-tf -lT3i peeler, 44 Ciiioa '
I n su ranc eComp any,
i '' Capital-$100,000! ALL 1AID IN.
OFFICE AtNo. 36, Corner of CedarStrect and the
Public Sqeare, - '
TTTn.Ltake risks against Loesordam
V age by Fire on Buildings, Uoods,
Wareeand Merchandize generally . Also,
on Shipmeuts against loss or damage by
Seas and Rivers, toand from all poiDts. ; ,
AI-S-) Risks on Negroes against the dapgersof
tUe Oliver. : ; . .
AIJ-rSANDER FAU,, W. T. BERRY," - -
ASTSfONY W.VANLEER,' JOHN H. EWIN,
JOHN KIRKMAN, HUGH McCKEAr
JAMES WUOPS. JOSEPH ED WAKDS,
R. C. McN'AIUY, IRBV MORGAN,
W. H. EVANS. - -
JAMES WALK CR, Secretory. augl8
FIRE INSURANCE C031PAaVV,
Capital 150,000- all paid In. .
OFFICE North-West Cornerortho Public Square
Will take risks against loss or damage by fire
on Dwellings and other Houses, Goodsin Store, Arc.
AisoMariuandKivernazardFtoanarrom ai t ports.
ALSO . .
Risks on Negroeeagainsttae Dangersof the
JAMES ELLIS. . . .
W. S. EAKIX.
JOHN If. HILL.
G. M. FOGG.
R. H. GARDNER.
JOSEPH VAULX. President H
BUTLER .Secretary -'oct22
X KV UOOWS
Just received by Expretsand for sale by F. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexander Ton Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
FJ Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter. . . .
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. . '
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
. Just received and for sale by . . .
juneS-tf ... 41 College sU . .
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS k
HOlI'EU is again open, and the large stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close tho business of the tirin.
J. M. HCDDLESTON. R.-oeiver:
Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by experienced Prescript ionUts.
augl4-ltf , : , . ,
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Tbosentyii uiVu.'d would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
R. C. McNAIRY & CO. ;
july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET. '
University of Louisiana.
LAW DEPARTMENT. . ;
THE Lectures in tills Department will comraeuce on
the second MONDAY of November, I860, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1861. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, and the Juris
prudence of the United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by fonr Professors : ' .
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D-, Professor of
Admiralty and International Law. - 1
RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin
al Law, and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSFJJUS, LL. I)., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED 1IENNEN, Professor of Constitutional aud
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can bo obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in the Union.
All communications must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
RANDELL HUNT, '
augl(Ml&wt3dmin Dean of the Faculty.
1 ANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
A-i Warranted fresh.
Just received and for sale by
KAL.N3, BROWN & CO.
1 nflfi bSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
14 South Market street.
rpnE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
X MCCAU-N & ctkadek in the . - .
Slieet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of the concern will be settled up only by me.
I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a snare of the pubi c patron
age. J. D. STKADER.
TTTE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz
Lots os. 12 and 13 on Pearl
Washington street, each in L. H.
Street; 54 and 55 on
. Lanier 8 Auuuion to
Lots Nos. 6, 384, 335 and 10 feet of 336, in E wing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 6, 6 and 7, on High street, in the Plan of
tho Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, 46 X acres of Land on the Turnpike
roaa leaaing to faraaise rtui, aoout rour miles from
the city, adjoining the lands of Sam Cayce, W. B.
Ewing and others, and known as the Madox place
It will make a fine market garden . Call at once and
get bargains. U0BS0N & WHELES3.
1 have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley wneless, with 87 acres of Land, which baa been
heretofore advertised and more deDtely described
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
wnicn uue notice will oe given; aDont tuo Lots in a
new addition to EdgeBeld. N. HOBSON.
ug7-2m , ' . i -
No Time to . Wait for the Doctor ! .
A BOUT these times all children will eat ereen fruit
IX. At any moment of day or night, they are liable
ia oeauacxea Dy cnolera Morbus, Dysentery or in
rrbcea. No time then to send for the doctor. The
Grssfenberg Dysentery Syrup- instantly relieves al
sujh cases. No family ought to bt without it in the
bouse. Its promptness has saved thousands t ' valu
able lives in - Tennessee m the past few years. Only
o cents nottie enongn t.r a whole family for
whole season. A fresh lot just received.
niayl5-tf MACKENZIE & MINCHIS.
COAL.! COAL.! COAL.! '
TTNTTL further notice, will be sold at the Vard of
VJ the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
.x.iiut ) 111 me louowiug prices: -
Lump Coal, per to.... ........... ...,.$5 60
Round Coal, . " 8 00 .
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
" Blacksmith's do. " " ...I.'.'..... 8 60
Mr. Joax B. Lxjia will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company iu this place. ,
SAMUEL J. 'AGXEW,'
: General Superintendent R. M. C. Co,
Xashville, August 18, 1860. ' .. . -.
W Orders can be left in Box So, 94, Post Office, ep
at the Yard, back, of the Nashville and Chattanooga
tiaiiroaa uepot. . jutm JB. LANG,
augl7-tf ' " ' Agent.
SNYDER & ERIZELL
Have on band a large assortment of
LADIES' Fronch Press Trunks v . . .
do. So' Leather do; ...
do. f binet ' - do; (a new article J
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks:
do. do. do.' do.' Valises. fAshiand and otb
er styles;) which they are offering at very re-
uuwu rM vufcx9.Mi ruuuc equare.
. june7-tf . ,. a V. i
. ..- .. i 1 .. For salc. :; ;: ! .
rrtHAT comfortabie dwelling, No. 165 South Sum
- -A. mer Street, formerly the residence of Russell
A Is j No 15 North Summer Street, the present resi-
itanMAl1 T f , 1 . . . . I . . i .
: ' ' ' - ' -. J. K1KKMAN, President, .
, Acgl-tf , . , . , , Union Bank of Tena.'
" . 'For ' R ent 'or JLea se .
I WILL rent or tease my place near tbe Msrfreee
boro' Pika two miles from the city for the present
year, or wiia tne privilege of nve year. There m
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen aad good
cuaDiea, ana m splendid well - or excellent . water
There are twelve acrea of laperior land aultable.
raisinx all kin da of markeUnc. '
hWa-tf . LOUT3 LEWS.
Soalhcrn Trunk Mannfackrj
7 5 t"::
" "ttw muiilii -ii tin i if mni'lii mi ii ti i ill ii li i I'liairarJ
FASSETT & GROSSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
Manijfattnrers and Wholesale and Bctail
. , DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF ' '
LADIES' AAD COTS' TfiAVELIXG TROIS,
BONNET BOXES, .
Valises, Carpet Rag?, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in wmnt of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other home
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
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 buying that made at
ne feast expressly Cr Jobbing.
n e especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
PATE.YT TRUXX FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bounets, Dresses, ParasoU,
Brashes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges.
Ail kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give as a call, at 61 Market
treet, two doors South ol the Square.
juneZ3-cuy , ... t As.-t.l l it CKOSS.MAJ.
One of the most Popular and Benevolent
: . . ' Institutions is ' . '
WeAical lisiicnsayy ;
1 1. AND ,
'. On Oeaderlclt atreet.
THE Doctor himself is an old 'Practitioner, fm
tbe old and taie country ,beiug already 15 years
ia America, having manfully and honorably sur
mounted oil tbe trials of tbe new wirld, and bat
tled and eonquored death of tbe whole range of dis
eases of oar different climates, ioum and North, so
taat tne time 01 nig success in the trtauneut or gen
eral aud private diseases ia indisputable, for wbicn
he has the most reliable references. . - :,
Special attention paid to disetses of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to
illustrate bis skill. He is conversant wuhibe Ameri
can, trench and German languages, and always
ready to tender his advice and iervces with polite
ness, cooscientiouness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have bis advice aud
medicines by consulting blm through letters, inclos
ing a fee, to Post-office Box No. S36.
His anally Residence is o&North Market street.
An 4 A - An An Dl n . I
VU IUC Vllull A I It 11 j
1 ' CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort St.,
. (Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered,-In the snackras Re.
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms au
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. Bkwarkop Rr.nxiiKS and ILtmtsx who say
we are full. , , 11. FItE.CII.
julyl8-ly . - - Proprietor.
' House-Keepers; 'Attention Ki
THE aUention of tbe readers of tbe Patriot, tbe
Ladies more especially , is requested by Messrr
MACKENZIE k M1NC11IN, to the excellent Relriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now
supplying oar citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for patting up all kinds of Fruits
and Berries. They are durable, simple and cheap,
and the demand for them is ao greut that already
nearly three hundred dozen have betn sold. I
' A. FEMALE SCDOOL IX EBCEFItLD. )
ON tlie Third of September MES. IRWIN will open a
School in the Basement of the Presbyterian Church-
A thorough and liberal education may be obtained here.
Latin, crook, French, the liigner uamemaiics, raiut
ing, Crochet and Needle Work may be taught to those
who desire. An accomplished lady and skillful perfor
mer has been engaged to give instruction in Music.
1000 Dozen Fruit. Jars.
250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 " 2 " " "
2oo " 1 ' " Tempest Stone Jars. ' '
125 ' ' 2 - 44
25 " 1 " Fliut Glass Jars.
200 " 1 2 qnart Tin Screw Top Cans. '
Aug21-tf . ; For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOI1KS & CROSLEY'S
Improved Cutta Percha Cement Eoofin.
S THB CHKAPEST AXD MOST DCRABLI ROOnXO IS FSTE. It
is fi rk axo water PROor. It can be applied to xrw
and old Roors or all kind and to old shingle roofs
wilkotU removing tke ihtngUs. ' ;
TdE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND IS TWICE AS DUttABLE. j
Gotta Pibcha Cejibst for preserving and repairing
Tut and Mbtal Roors of every description.
From its great elasticity, is not Injured bv the con
traction and expansion of metals, and vnll not crock
in cold ntr run in oarm weather. Tbcte materials
have been thoroughly tested iu New York and all
parts of the Southern and western states, and we
can give abundant proof oi au we Claim in tneir
favor. ' ' "''' i '
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, t
a trifling expense. t v i
KO HEAT IS REQCIFED." ; v , !
These materials are put np ready for use, and for
shipping to all parts of tbe country f ilk lull printed
directions for application. - - i
Full descriptive circulars wil i te rorwaruea on ap
plication by mail or in person, at onr principal oln-
COS ' dill tSlvUAU A l , lupposiud AiiHiuia. mnti,j
N. Y 34i FULTON ST., (opposite City Hall) BROOK
LYN? JOHNS & CROSLEY,
June2-6m ' ... . , . ;
SEWING. ' MACHINES.
Office No: 21 College street,
v OPPOSITE SEWANEE HOUSE. .
E. D. VIIITJE, Ageut.
, ; Tempest- Fruit Jars.
WE have on band several hundred doiea Qaarts
i aad Half Gallon of these famous Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best ar Icle yet In vented
fir the preservation of Fruit and Teg.-tables.' ; v j,
(:i;i Tempest'aJara preserve T8AwmtBinr ; ...
J j jTempeat'a Jars preserTe RaspsiOirjxs ! j ,r
"Tempest' Jars preserve Blackbxbkiss I j
TemDest's Jars preserve Pi Plaxt' 1 ':
' '' Tempest's Jar preserTe' Pxacbm ! - -'
;' Tempest's Jars preaerYe Puxst h
;' Temper's Jars preserve waMvvus iH1
. .Tempest's Jsrs preaerva CHsaana I
. Tempest's Jars preserve roMATOss! . ;
' We have a full supply of Arthur's Glairs, Stone aa
Tin Jarsof allsisea.' -"i -' ' ; ' .' - 1
ALSO -Ludlow's Glass and Tla Jsrs.all sizes
which we are offering at coat price, as we Toel assured
that ---;! 6 5. ' 1 ---!- I toJZ i't,
r : ipplc Pealers i, ;
" 10 dozen best Turn Table apple peaiersr '
iAogU-tt i .For sale by ., j , y J. W. nLS0N., .
IF YOU. WAIJX A HOT PIBE
'-"BURN - THE i . -( if . ii-.
' "Order Can bs left ia Box -94, h 0.-
i JOIINB.LJLIVG, '
i.tT S MEDLEY, EG1N & CO.,
; Lower Wliarf Boat, "
l"lApUCAII," KENTUCKY; k
'MOT A Share cf TuMic
'kJited.' - i -
Patronage respectfully so
.Si ? julyS-3B .
M. C. BRUCE, -i
loetion & Cosmission Merchant,
Corner Cedar stud CUerrr (.,
diseof allclasses. SatisfactiOD piven toconsiu
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Consign'
eesof goods to this market will and my auction rooms
we Untied up, and the eoods will be sold without ce
lay and the money paid ever forthwith. v
N.B. Nogoods bouirhtorsol.lon m v ownarrot.nt.
Charges reasonable aud liberal advances made on
consignments. . marSft .
; W. A. JOIIXSON CO.;
i..CARONDELEl STREET 27
NEW ORLEANS. ;
a. . jvkViirs.
Kl RKPATfilUK 6i. CQ . ,
& FORWlBDiXG 3IERCHAXTF,
"No. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
' (Between Magazine and Camp,)
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
- do7 tl . i '
j. & c. "keakirt;
- ' 52 Second Street, Cincinnati, 0hi.
. - KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF . "
Manufacturers' Articles, . .
Carding Machinei, (
. Warp on Beam, assorted colors " ' ,
' Wire Heddles and Jrames, . -'
Steel Seeds and Pickers, .
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Harness Twine, . '
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks, ! (
: Comb Plate, &c &c
AIjSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF. -., '
Dye-Stufii, . . Cochineal .
Madder, ' .' t ' " ' Cutch.
Log Wood. ' Snmac, ' '
' - " Cam. Wood, &c, &c, &e. . ,
sep24-ly , . . .. . " j
JOHN M: SECRIST,!
' 'WHOIX? ALE DEALER
IN ALL KINDS OP. j
GRAIN AND PRODUCE;
4 - ' Cincinnati, r Ohio.
Southern orders will be
the towent market prM-e.
filled with promptness, at
XKW FAL.li GOODS.
" i860; :::
Allison, Anderson Go
' rMPorrnts axi wholesale pealkrs w I
FOltElGX AND DOMESTIC
Ready-Made Clot kill g,
- - XO. 41, PUBUC SQUARE, ; '
XasMlle, . : ; : : .Tennessee. ;
WE are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market. ' ;
We thereforo respectfully Invite au examination of
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel confident we cau
promote their interest by pivmg as a can. j
ailg22-2ln AIJJJSUA, A.MtJCllN K W. .
IHSTOUY OF A LAW-SUIT ,
In lUc Circuit Court ot
OS THE BASIS OP THE CODE
' Abraliam Carutliera, !
LAW PROFESSOR AT LKBANO.V, (
For gale in Nashville by ' i
' JOUX YORK CO.,"
Junelo-tf , Ko. 33 Union street.
KEEP INSURED ;
. . WITH
NASH & M A It R,
i ' ' - ;
Ko. 25 Collejre Street.
Agents for Old and Reliable
Companies. ' ' ' j
WITH AN AGGEEGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
0 0 0,0 0 0. !
- $ 6 o, o oo. ;
STATE BONDS WITH COMPTROLLER.
- aogS-tf ' ..- i . . t, ' ' : : ,
' Down With Yonr Dust. -'
TF yon wish' to sweep line Carpets without Injuring
L them or riising
dust, ueo PUS r-Alt-NT CAK-
PET S IPER.-
- MACKENZIE MIXOllN.
. Fresli Corn Meal....
A . NKW supply J'ist received per Railroad, and
V for sale by
July S3, 186o-tf.
EEXJ. F. SU1ELD3 OO.
Just EeteiTed by 31. 1. Farmh 4
BAGS Crushed Corn ; . ; , , .
loe bags Family Meal;
3bt bags White Meat vara-
Ladies French Dress and Pack-
-; in Trunks.. ... ..--
JOUX V X M A GE
v.;u 42 College Street , t?
! I U - ." DEALER IX I
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional Bupplies of Ladies' Estra
tarvt, Draes Trunks, of tbe latest Styles- , Best
tegllsb Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Baa
Boxes, single and Double Top; -Valisea, Bags, ta-r
aataas very tow prices. " '
Fireworks ! Fireworks I !.
i FLAGS AND, TORCUES !
JOHN LUCK, 4S CuioB street, haa now tbe best aa
,aorttnent in Nashville of everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
a good article can be bought any where. The Torch
are something new, and tne best thing ever introduced
for political processions. ' . . ..; , i, aocl4r4f i.
. & Trunks! ,"t tTruiiUst
"ITST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
fj DEBiS TRCXjCS; Sole Leather Trunks, Bteei Spring
atieana. Bag. .. , , i ., i-. i
Icash. Y . , . . JOES RA31AGK, .' . : I
(TE31 LnrES OS IBM TO (KlMTItm A BQraJtB.)
One a are 1 day 60 eacbad'aUnsenjo. $4
1 week,s 00 tacbad'attqnare M
'- 4 M 44 r "- '-r IM
-ltnontio 0O 1 i 00
90 . . 4 60
s " la 00 0.1
5 18 00"- -- roo
12 1 5 0 f- "5 ct ; ! - 1B a
. if .
ksaki at n r4srr.
Wrtuea aouce must be rirea to take oat-ml stop
adTertisemettsrfj early advertisers before the year
expires. otherwise we shall rharpet loce.-
Xocontract ofyearlyadrertisemti. ''Sediscon
tin aed w ithon t pre vkmsootice to uc jiorwillao charge
be made for less than on year at be yearly rates.
AdrertiBeri exceedir $ thtsj-tt eor-trae
edforwillbeeliargedfortie jxcess-w .
UeiD-l)0r!t. ; -
From VISCHER.OWEX k C0.,Gene.-aI AdTerUaiaf
House ,Appleten Bui Ming ,S4 S Broad way
.- - . " New-York. ' - -
LIGHT ! - LIGHT U'.i LIGHT ! !
A3frrACTrlsijrroTrD - ' "
Kerosene, Carapheafj FJniil, acd Oil and!
.i GAS FIXTURES, .
IX TAKIorSSTTLESASbriXISBr '
nans to oansaro
CHURCHES. COLLEGES, ANI PUBLIC BITIP Kfl
f2 UliamStreet ear Fulton, New-Tort.
h 41 II
: T..H. ClIAaiBKRS'
P.IAN0 FORTES .
EsUtbliahed In 1828.
T. 11. C11a". UUS,
(Formerly Dubois t SLoart, and Dubois, Bacou k.
IVarerooms in tlie"IZItIe Ilouae,
Cor. 8tU street ami 4tn Avenue,
. ; NEW YORK CITY.
This U a reliable place te purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully executed, aud 1 erlect attiafactiwa
N. B. eQd for a circular, with Uescription of
styles aud scaedule of price. - . . marJ6-Sm
Prince Imperial Champ ague.
Sold by ali rwpectablo Dealers throughout
- the Country, i
TII3 fine brand or Cliampaene, which until tbe
past year w-jcoiiCned exclusively to the best ta
bles of tbe Continent of Kurope,haa now cbtalned
tbe most unbounded enocess and popularity ia this
country It is recommended by some of the first
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on account of its extreme parity and delica
cy, and those w-o ouce try ' it raroty nse any other
brand. .Although only ..one year ha elapsed, aiuce
its introduction into this country, tbe demon. is
enormous, and oenstantly lucreasing. Our arrange
ments are sdcb as to ensure th aoaUty of the Vine
being maintained at Its present high standard. The
Prince Imperial ia imported solely by us, we being
tbe sole Ageuta of Messrs. Da Vcsoge Co., In thla
country. E. V. UAUoHU OUT k CO.
. . Soa. 488 , 490 and 492 Broadway ,?Tew Yorfc
. Sold ir Kaslmlie by M. k E. F. CUaTII.1T.
, Corner oi Church aud Coiltje su.
mar9-3md ; . . , , . ,
De Forest. Arastrong & Cc,
Dry Go 6 ds Merchants,
80 82 CHA2IBEES ST., HEW
WOUID notify tbe Trade tiiatlhey are ojeuiug
, Weekly , lu new and bcautttul patieras
THE WA3ISUTTA l'Ki.NTS,
ALSO . ' ' - '
' " - THE A mo ski: AG, -
A New Print, which excels every Print ia the Coun
try for perfection or execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our I'riuls are cheaper tt-aa any IB
the markei and meetiRg with extensirc sale.
Jj tlrders promjiUy attended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
. Broadway, New York.
1T7HEM completed aiz years ago the St. N ichoUa
V V was uuiTersaily pronounced the most martua-
cent, convenient aod thoroughly o gaoized siab
ItBbmeutor the kind on tbie conuneut. n bat it as
then it remain' to-day without a riv.l in sise. in
BumptuousuesF, and in the general elements ot com
fort and enjoymeut. Tb'i Hotel has accommodatious
lor 1000 guesis, including ItiO complete aattoa ot
apartmems fr families. Six hundred ersons can
be comlortably seated at the tables of its tbrre pub
lic dining rooms, and uothiug that tnoiiero art haa
devised lor the convenience and social gratiuiitiou
of tbe travel! g public has been omitted ia iia plaa.
or is neglected In Its practical details. Tbe early rei
Qtaiion of the house .t home anil abroad, derived
from Its maeoitude,its superb appointment, and it
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by thonered exertions of the propri
tira TREADWKLL, WHITCtiMU k Ct
may21-3m ... .
For riaia Mockics end Fancj . Knitlic
HacMnes for Enittin?, Drawers, Shirts, te
OF ALL SIZES. . -
Bib Machines of 1 & 1, 2 & 1, 2 ft 2 and3 ft 2 Eib,
. i - ox tun ax a xadi to obpeju
THESE Machines ose tbe plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est aod most ripid machines for knitting ia mm.
Tbe Goflee I'atont Family SuiUiDg Macbioea for
family and Plan alum mm, is a new aca successful
feature in the uselul inventions f the age, and ranks
wun tbeSewiog Machine. . . .
AGE5CT aXD RALES BOOM,
K0. 577 BfiOAJiWAT, NEW Y0EK.
Junell-m ' HFA'RT C 1 KK, Agent.
Fresh Fruits all ihe Tear!
THE A'tOJIAAS' :
fOR CTIIJTT, CONVEN1KNCE, ECONOMY. AXD
JJ SAKLTY, is unequalled for preserving Fruits in
a fresn state, in any climate in mdeliuite time. Ha;
ing used these Bottles, we tla d tbein exceedingly
convenient and just tbe thing waited.
JOHN J. THOMAS, In Keister ot Bural Aflaira.
For dt-scnptive and price circulars, adureas i'r
pretor. at Wl worth. Wayne coaut? . New Vort,
.V..'"!.' .'-iS Minute " : :
ICE CREAJSI FUEEZEUS,
' t t As IniproTed for 1S59.
WrraSraimti laox Covzaa amo Bottom Ijsxxd.
THB only Freezer known which Is constructed oa
true tfcientldc principles. -
Tbe Cheaiest. Best and moit Eeooomical; reqairiog
leee lee and teaa tebur than any -other, being at the
same time tbe moat durable tn structure, and most
ecrialn In la operations. v- " "
hole Agent for the Veiled Ktatea. . .-.
i .. r.- .: E. KETCH AM k CO.,
. - Manufacturer of Japannrd and
PUnishea Tin Ware.
lebis-sm - 289 Pearl street, Vtw Tor.
L 0 SS 1 INSECT PO WDKIl !
FOR SALE BY
' ' RaIVS, BROW a: CO.
IT, E are tn receipt of a th pmcnt ot the finest
V 1 Coffee ever received in N.shvi.le, which we are
Mferteg to the trade a tow dg re. : v
Ang-tf. . MJZEIX.HOOPEa k CO.
CODEV'S LADIES', BOOK, for, ISeptember.
GODCY'SJLAIUES' BOOK, far September.
.. PETXBSOJCS MAGAZINE, for September
rETEBSOJfS MAGAZINE, for Seplamber?
" Just received, and for sale by ' J - '
i-r A -i t JOHN Y0KZ CO.,
aogla-tf t-JX t. : . ' 5S Cnioa atree.
BY A LADY OF. Ew iMiiAMi. cvota, u ma.
Price $1 85." T sale br ; T- iiAU-i-N-
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