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; NASHVILLE, TENN TITOKSDAY, AUGUST ;30,l8C0
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The Patsiot U an earnest, actire and indefatigable
sapporter of the Constitutional Cnion caose, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will m every hon
orable effort to promote the election of Bell and Evsb
tt. To enable ns to labor with increased efficiency
- - we a2k our party friends to aid us in extending lis cir
By the purchase of tbe printing establishment of the
. . Abm , and recent additions of new materials from the
foundries, tbe Job Ofkx of the Patriot has been made
the largest and most complete in the South-West. It ia
, also supplied with the most competent workmen.
Steam has been applied to our presses, which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in the high
edt style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronze,
And, indeed, everything from the smallest Tip to the
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 liata of
.Vocr, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
Xone better In the city.
t3 We solicit orders, at our o31ce, N'o. 16 Deadbr.
A. S. CAMP ic CO.
T HAVE THI3 DAT ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADPT
X with me In busine&H, the name of the firm to be
ttooerl Moore to. KOBfcKT MOOKE,
Julyl.lMO. 49 Walnut 6tret.
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
Produce Commission merchants.
No. 49 Walnut street,
Purchase and sell, exclusively on commission, Floor,
Bacon, tneese, suiter, seeds, Oils, Dried irult,Uin
dlee. Soap, Cordage. Brooms. Buckets. Tubs, and arti
cles of Domestic Manufacture and PRODUCE generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD BET AIL DRUGGISTS,
aw. Corner of Broad and Market streets, :
XTE are prepared to execute orders for Drogs
v v ana .Tieaietnes ana an articles pertain
ingtothe Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article ofas eood quality as represeuted
and in no instance will anything be put np that is of
a aouotiuior sopnisucatea cnaracter.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
have established In selling none bat Pare Drugs and
Medici nea, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
oar stock oerore buying elsewnere, believing we can
how jou inducements seldom offered In thi- or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drngs e have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
Hoaps and Toilet Articles, White Lead, Linseed Oil,
xnrprniuio ioivm, iir; idq ii loeB lor meat
- Kingston Springs,
rl now open for the reception of visitors. On and
after luesdsy the 3d day of July Mr. Jekeb
- Pasxissi wiurnnanaccommndatinn Omnibss, leaving
the Sewaaee Houae ever; Tuesday, Thursday , suJ
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. a' ,arrlvicg at the Spring!
to dinner (are two dollars efflce and register at
- Sewanew House. - The medical euaJities of tlese
Springs are well known. For dy ape pa ia, diseases of J
ineuver,ana tor complaints incident to lemalcs,
- mey an? nuaurpasaau. mere are nve BUlpDUr
t . springs of different quaiiUes, besides free stone and
newly discovered chalybeate.
Terms Per Day.... 50
" Week '. g to
' Month so CO
Horse per week.... 3 to
I Children and servants half price.
WM. T. TEATMAN,
' - R. J. KB EIDER,
Telesrapb Chalybeate Springs. ,
This water is brought 'our hundred feet In ten seconds.
rpakes pleasure in Informing the pcbl'o that he
- x sow ready to wait on aH who may favor nlm
. , wtto aoau. -
Tnls Spring Is situated on the east side ot Comber
land river, at tbe end of the wire bridge. Families,
iivjuj nj .u, mi rcr)n,:; DytnearinK,o cents.
- Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate of Lime, Sulphate 4
Magnesia, Sotpbate of 'Jm, Mnrlat of Magnesia,
i do specioo gravity oi tne rresn water as
1.01Z22-Mlistllleti water being; Uken as a standard
. . I understand that the water has already been he a
enciai to several invalids, n will De bene Octal to a
freater degree when taken fresh from the Spring
enoeld pronounce It stimulant and tonic, and adant-
-. ad, oonaeqoently, to cases of debility, accompanied
witn ananomie condition 01 tne sytem,and contra
- indicated in ptetnoric ana innamaiory states.
- ' ' KICHARD O. CCRREY.
There Is so doubt that tbe Spring kept by Mr. W .
Dcss at the eastern end of the Suspension Bridge k
good Chalybeate water, and that It is adapted to
many dlsecses or debility. H. w Hau. m. o , b.
Thompson. M. D.'. Henry Carow, M. D..T. R. Je
. aiogs, M, D., Boyd. McNatry , M. D.,B- C. K Martin,
at. l. junei-im
Valuable Town Lots1
" - ' " . . and
, - .
1AH ouering tor sal, r M reasonable term., the
following property: handsome Budding Loa
m mi. ou uu ou nrm ot isasnville
N la. House, and Lou of var kas dimensions', from
large to small comforubie residence, at low price.,
One oouble three story Business House on Broad
. BtrMUoccupiodatprMeut by HardcaMie at Co
One Tractof about 22 acres, three mile, out on
the Naaiivlile aad Chattanooga BaU road, frame house
and Well part of the Luc us or Crutchtr tract soud
, aoll. r . - i .
One Tract of about SI sort ,on the Murfreeebore'
Tornpik. road, at iujunctioa with the Mone'. River
' Turnpike one-half mil. out adjacent to W. B. Lewis
and others my Bnck-yart a-openy. i
One Tiact Of a boat SO actaS, eight mile. out. near
the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Good improvemeut.,
bow .Mr ana umnrr.
On. Tract of about Q acres cm the Franklin Col.
laajeaaa Stone's river Turnpike, T mile ont SO acres
. - farad, aalaace good lira be r ana weu watered.
Ooe Tract of about l6 acres, adjacent to same on
w the East, Iruets on asid Turnpike over 2u0 poles
.B early ail road timber and aoil rood.
On Tract ot about 150 ar-seu, ten miles out, near
Raith'a prlnrs, frao Bail, ud a half North of the
M artroesboro' TnxBnika.aiostly well timbered, aboat
40 scree cleared and. several other iul and tracts
of iaad la aiaabvilla and vtciaay.' ' -1
For further particulars Call oa Ksxcs k Woonwasa,
o. vo cnerry street.
' ' Yoang Negroes at fair price, will be tak.n !n es-
change tor the above.
JuaeSS ln; ,-caa JAMES M. MCRELL. '
Ltadles' Hona l Koxcs. '
JrST received a Etrg. assort meet of Ladle' Bo.
ae IVutsa, amgiaaod shUi top. and truya.
Also. Ladles' aalaeia and, Trveiig Bag.. h.ch
IoOsrvery cheap for caaa. . . :
- J0H?r BAM AGE. )
nac2aVtft T 42 Uiii$. street.;
Nashrille and Chattanooga K.H.
Change of Schedule.
ljLi - V OS AKD AFTEK - 1
Sunday- next,, April 29, 18GO,
, Passenger Trains will run as follows: . j
GOING EAST. j
. Leave Nashville at 4 a. . and 3 r. at. "
ArTive at Chattanooga 120 r. m. and 1:45 a. v.
. COMTNG WEST." "'-''
. Leave Chattanooga at 730 a. . and 730 r, .
.arrive at Kashville at S r. au and 8 a. u. t
All. rail connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, W&shingtou
City, Bichmond, Petersburg," Lyuchbur;, Knoxville,
Savannah, Charlu&ton, Montgomery . Memphis, New Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
ith Trains on East Tcnneseee and Georgia and West
ern and Atiantic Railroads
Through Tickets may be had at any hour oa applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the following
places and at taa following prices, vis :'""
Nashville to Sew Vork, via. Charleston, S. C. $27 75
..44 .. E.-T. t Va. route,
" t ti .-. Savannah - -
Baltimore, . . -WashlngtflD',
Richmond, .-" -
Petersburg, " " -
tiu --.K . -. . v;
. Big Tunnel, t
Christiansburg, f Virginia Springs,
ShawsTliie, j "
Char lea too, ;
Holly Springs, Miss.,
F- W. COLE, Superintendent.
EXPRESS FREIGHT. 4
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
In connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their paiweuger Trains. No delay to freights
bv tbis route. t- . yuc,
Charleston and Savannah .
Eaies Brdnced and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
after the 24ih of December, 1859, through rates
from New York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds H 04
Second Class, ' " 1 35
Third Clas3, " ' H
Fourth Cla3, " "
Hats. Cat and Bonnet's 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and lour days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are ran on Sunday over three
No detentions bv Ico or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted ty tne Aasuvuie ana vnattanooga tuinroaa ou
delivery. C. W. ANDERSON.
Freight to iw York and Philadelphia
Cotton and l'lour,
CHARLESTON AXD SAVAXNAH.
Cotton per bale of not moro than 600 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel 1 45
No insurance uccesxary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah 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 )i to 2-10 less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and Cbattanopga liailroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec2S-tf - . - ticnera! Agent.
FAST LINE EAST !
- ' VIA
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Mttle Miami and Columbus and
CIS'TI, I1A3IILT0 &
From CINCINNATI to
Boston in 32 i hours.
Philadelphia iu 26 hours.
SaraU'ga Springs in ii hrs.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
New York in 30 ;i hours.
Baltimore in 24, S hours.
Albany in 2-5 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours. '
Pittsburg in 12i hours. .
Steubens ville in 10 hours.
Zanesvillo in 6 hours.
Toleda in 9i hours.
Cleveland in 8 S hours.
Wheeland In 9i hours.
Crestline in 0 hours. -
Sandusky in 10 hours.
Detroit in 12i hours.
Through Trains lrave Cincinnati as follows:
7t30 A. M. EXPRESS From Little Miama
Dejot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton k Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk aud Buffalo;
via. Columbus. Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Steubens villa and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bellair and Benwood. .
7i30 A. 91. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton aud Detroit Depot, also connects via. Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada: via. Dayton, Clyde and
IO A. M. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Ben wood;
via. Columbus, Belllar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo. 1
eP.M.EXI'RESS From Cincinnati. Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and banduaky.
.Tiodern Sleeping Cars on this Train,
11 P. -WI. EX CRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbusteubensville and Pitts-
ourg; via. uoiumnus, meuiar ana ritusourg; via. Uo
Iumbus. Bulliar and Ben wood; via Columbus, Crestlmo
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
nodero Sleeping Cars on tbls Train.
Passengers lor Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M . have 6 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A,K., make direct connections.
Tht 6 P. M. Exprets, Saturday, maktt all con-
ntction at advtrttstd. exempt for Detroit ' '
and points in Canada. "
The Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains ran by OOLLMBCS TIME, which is 7 Minnies
faster than CINCINNATI TIME.
Baggage Checked Through to
' all Eastern Cities.
a 9 Passenger, should bear in mind that the "CIN
CINNATI" la the OLD- and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, tbe Roads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, aad all modern inrprovemonu adoptod
Insuring erttH, comtobt and SAFETY.
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES ia the WEST and aOClH. Ak for Tickets
Via. CINCINNATI. . i
. P. W. feTRADER, General Tickot Agent, Cin'ti. i
June30-lf. ;. ..:..!..-.!
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. (
H ' TIME TABLE.
Coumtnclnt Sna.lay.' Jane 3d, 1860.
PA3SENGER TRAINS. i
Leave Nashville at...".1. .-...45 A. sr. and 3 r. a.
Arrive at Naahville at 10 A. X. and 6 T. X. i
1 V - FREIGHT TRAINS.-. 7 i -.. -'l 1
Leave Nasswilleat.... 30a M i
Arrive a Nashville at. . 4 4:46 r. a. '
rTHE Momicr Train going South connects with M.ra
JLpnis and Charleston Railroad at Decatur. -The
Evening Train rain? Smith nu,
with Train to Mount Pleasant and Puuuki
The F.vning Train going North makes'close connee
tioa at NaahvUle with Louisvilla ,nH vat,..!ii u.a
road from and after Monday, May 7ih,to Louisville and
all Eastern Citr.-a. But one tra.a On Sundav-
Supermtemlant. I '
Extra, Farailr FIonr.V; I
K ( BARRELS Extra Family Floar , ataaaractar
leJLf d irom choke Wh ta Wheat, to arrive ta.
say, and for sale by J - '--.
BWlZrV; JUiXUb SOwSS seC9.
Great s-National ,.ttout
To- Baltimore," Philadelphia,
i-i NEW YORK AND BOSTOi
AND ONLT ROAD TO
AND ; BILTDIOilE AXD Ollio
JEl AILEOAD S
fXIEKMINATE fct BwUirinre and Washingtm City on
5 ihA rjmt.and iYiimrMia ,a thA Wat.at
conuects with Kailroads for snd.
The West, Sonthvrest and Sorthwe&t.
Passengers bv this route can visit the cities of Balti
more, Philadehihia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Button alone by other lines.
Through tickets can be procured via. Washinrton
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of two
dollars only. '
Sleeping Cars attached to all traina.-
TJCKE1S' GOOD UX77L USED,
With tbe privilege, of stopping off at all principal
Business Mn or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the Eastern Citing at a comparatively
small expense." The scenery Is celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity, It IT unequalled in the
world. Its system of "Day and Night Track Police; its
sri!endid"pouinmDt: its exclusive Telecrapb Lines ; its
large amount of double track; its line Hotels, (under
the surveillance of tbe Company,) ensures to thn pas
senger 1 " -
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
. Through tWkrts and hagBige checks can be obtained
at all tbe principal Railroad and Meamooat ouices in
the West. - !
Aek for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
" " "Railroad. ;
W. P. SnTH, Master of Transportation. ',
L. M. COLEjGeneral Ticket Agent.
' E. F. TCLLER, General Western Apent. I
J. W. BUOWN, Gen'i Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R. ;
Edffield'& Kentucky Railroads
IVasliville to Clarksville, IIop-
ktnville, RussellTille, &c. '
ON AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, 18GO,
Two Trains to and from Clarksville daily.
GOING NORTH. " i
Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. M. and 2 45 p.-w.
Arrive at Clarksville 1025 a. a. and 7:15 v. .
GOING SOUTH. ;
!ave Clarksville at 8 a. a. and 2:45 r. M.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. a. and 7 r. M. ,
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
Held with a daily line of stages to Russellville. and at
Tait's Station, near State line, with Slaughter k Co. 's
daily line of tour horse coaches to Hopkinsville, Ky.f
via. ireuron, remoraite, c. t
From Hopkinsville stages leave for Columbus, Ky.
Paducah, Smitbland, Eddy ville and Henderson. (
Fare from Nashville to Henderson $4 50.
A. ANDERSON, :
apr7-tf : . ' . Chief Engineer.-
Notice to Shippers.
TT being of the utmost importance for the proper
J. protection or tbe Track, and to keep out or the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can, only be ac
complished 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 onlv.
Rates on Flour Reduced.
ri MIE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
A. at Nanhville, Wartrace, Sheihy ville and Stations
on N. & C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give tnrougu receipts tor r lour by tar load to Charles
ton or Savannan, at One lVular per barrel through. 1
E. W. COLE,
Sup't of Transportation N. & C. R. R.
Lioulsville ami XuslwlUc
s . ' : RAILROAD.'
CHANGE OF TI3IE.
rriWO through Express Passenger Trains between
1 Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
rails, Cleveland, Cincinnati, at. ixuiis, and the rar
On and after Sc.vnaT, JrtT rns 8th , 1860, trains
will run as ronows:
First Mail train leavesNashvilleat 6:00 A Jf. daily.
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc
tion ,Kli zauem town , and an regular stations w hen sig
nalled by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returniug leaves Lonisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:15
daily, Sunday . excepted, stopping as first train, and
arriving in Louisville at 3:00 A. M.. Returningleaves
Louisville at e:'ju V. M., stopping as above, and ar
riving in Nashvilleat S:05 A. M.
Gallalin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays rxreptodlat 4:30 P.M., and arriv
ing In Gallatin at6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., and arrives in Nashville at 9:10
A. M. , . , -
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the manv dlf-
, i ' ' . JNO. B. ANDER30N, Superintendent.
A.J. Fielp, General licket Agent.
julylO-dtf : '
i Va7 r ' O.
-' Save t he Pieces ! '-X ,
At accidents taiU happen, ft i wtUrfffklaifdfami-
umraoie to nave some cheap and coove-
, . y repairing tTirnuuTe, Toys, Crockery tkc.
SPALJJIKG'S PKEPAEZD GLTJE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and up to the
Houi. i uere is no longer a necessity lor
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is Just tbe article for cone-shell and
otner ornamental -work, so popular with latk-s of re
finoment and taste. - - - 1
This admirable preparation is naoa M, being chem
ically bald iu solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue.- It may be
uaeu ui im piace oi orumary mucilage, being vastly
'-USEFTL IS TYTKY HOUSE.
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle,
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New Vork. i
Address, HEJTSTC. SPALDING CO., ?
v.. n ...... . ' .
Put up for Dealers in Oases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic show
Card accompany ing each package. - -i. . :
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLCE 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 np their list.
It will stand any climate. - janlO-ly ;
Shelton's Marble Works J j
Church street, next door to' Cornelius's Cabinetrshop
Nashville, Tenn.' r !
TlHE undersigned would inform his friends
. and the public generally that he will con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS In this city, at
bia shop.- next- door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, on Church street, and calls attention to
the stock of ., , .s , .- - -
Marble MT. onamenf a,Tomta, etc. i
Which be has on exhibition and for saiu, embracing
great wiety-f nnlshod ia Uio- atost superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notioe
Marble jlan tie. ; and every description of Marble
Work, ot Ui. Hunt American and Itaiaa Marble. Oils
wurk 'ill, as heretofore, ha waranted, and his prices
to suit the times. , . , , ,t ......, M. U, SHKI.TVX. J
Jani) tf. - .
I i i ." 1 1 ! , i i . . i i ,
CfIIfTt"T'7PJ Sr f .TT r0 r V E I
MANCTACrCBERS or I sos Fsass,
GRAND, SQUARE and PARLOR
GRAND PIANO FORTES, made with
all the improvements eoudoctivo to
superiority of lore, touch raid drrability, COL;
MEDALd awarded at the Fair ra New York, 18 i
'B4aa4'6,aad in ot. Louts, 1S49. Healers, Bche j
aad Families will an money by calling bfure p J
chaaug. AU inatrumeais guar as teed fur tares y 1
Wareroom4ia BRoOafi la!.. (afw door. Waal
roadway,) . tort.' r' ' ' r ' ; fsfca 1
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR S ALE.
WISU1.NU to make otber investments, ep'n
Tnat Suburban Residence,
situatedoa the Franklin Turnpite, within halla mile
of the city , and oppoeite the residence of the I ate Jo
sepu . iiorton. This is, peruaps, tne most com
manding site ia the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
most desirablecoun try residence. The bouse willbe
old with 12or laaeresoflandasthcpurchaser may
That Valuable Farm, : j
knowuastheSimsTract,sItuatodon tbe XniithTsrn
p:.e,(oid Lebanon road) witum three miles oiNa.-h-ville,
containing 330 acres. The soilisgood.itis well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into Email
tracts oi twenty acres ana npwaruK,a:i ui wnjeuare
admirably adapted tor country reidaves, market
gardeacaud dairylarms, AUoUat
onsamo road, now occupied bj T. C. MuCampbell,
and rormeriy owned Dy lorn Jiarding, containing
about 2ou acres. Inisplaceis so well known as to
nvedno furtuer description It wilialwo beaiviued
tosuUpurchaers T.C. McCampbvltw llfihowthcse
places ta auy one ho willcali. .
Alltheabovepropertv willbe sold oa reasonable
termstnu on a creditor one ,two,tbr-e aud four
years . .
Anp; toA.l .a.i.iudiley .Nashville ,or to eltner
THUS . C McCAMFKiXl., I
Six inileal roin Nashville.
i. A. McCAMPBKLL,
aprl " i . . - . Nashvule.
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & very Valuable.
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on
tbe Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. Tbe
dwelling is ot Brick, built in modern style
and very commodious; containing 9 rooms
ol good size, besides hahs, ante-chambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
A; Beantifnl Grove of Forest Tree.
The kitchen .wash room and meat house are also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
iana,oi wnicn twelve are in HEAVY TI1IFKK.
ao ortdge or railroad to pass, and the toll pale will
soon be moved beyond.
AUiU adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lous, containing from six to tbirtv acres
one of seventeen acre3, heavily timbered. '
i nese tanas are wen adapted to gardening being
near the city and of free soil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at any time.
or terms apply to tne nndcrsurned on the nremi-
ses, or ut 33 College street.
junezft-dtr A. H. FORD.
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large sise, will be sold verv
low to close sconsienment.
J. W. WILSON.
A Xew Supply of Ohio Bole Batter.
1 07 POUNDS of Fresh Butterjust reserved pel
LtJtJ I Poland, and for sale by
RPVI 1C GHTETTKI - (VA -
BENJ. SHIELDS k CO
No. 27 College street
The Unprecedented Success
Wfiirn lias of late attended the rise of
Lu TX. SWEETS
INDUCES ns to call tbe attention of all those afflict
ed with files to it. It is beiuz tested dailv with
the most beneficial effects. It is tbe only prepira-
tion that can be relied on for a permanent aud spee
dy cure. Ifytn are afflicted try it at once, and be
careful to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
en e.r.1 wno win return tne money ir no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
rg" For sale at Demovillc's aud DeGrove's. end
Dy ojaer druggists. Junelo-tr
Reynold's New Worlt.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds.
author of Mystcrieis of Tndon, 4c, tc.
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 ones resort
to the Grxfenberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been Invented.
Tbe Ilealtli Bittere,
Fo 85 cents, will make half a pallon of thm hoot
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consti-
it uons, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange
msnt of the stomach and bowels. Every tamily
would use them at the present change of the season.
aprtf-u MACKENZIE & MINCHLS
Express to Clarksrille
T'HE Southern Express Com nan re.nertfnll v an
A. nounce that they are now running rnr.i
through to Clarksville, via. E. k K. and M. C. k L
Bail cars, and are prepared to forward to that nl..-
uiuiuiciiiuiuciwipH witn promptness and dispatch
all roods usually sent bv eiDreas. The will iu
orwaruto ail places on stage routes, connecting
wiu avw xuiiirvaus. Dins, notes, urarts, e'e
collected and prompt return made.
KIT- Offlce No. 19 Public Square.
febl7-tr A K. HOLT, Superintendent,
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags ! Flags ! ! Flags ! ! !
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Children as. Fla-
luiu. lauu oi every nine ooy ana gin. LICK is
now prepared to rnrnish them in anv auantitv. at 27
wkrcgv Dkfov,up eiaira uvrr ouivnis' Auction xtO
Hungarian Grass Seed.
Jl'fl received, and rorsaleat a low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. Thin
seed has ben selected with grest care, and was rais-
eu in me nurmeru portion ot Missouri IB Tree from
uirtana an impurities..
aprll-tf MO MIZELL, HOOPER & CO.
TDE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, I
Enlarged and Refurnished.
rp-HK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
-a. H(jrtJ, baa enlarged it materially, end refur
nished it thoroughout in the most elegant style, wOI
lru vuq uuwn ui luc jiuoiic on l nuriMlay the bin
list. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
An Invoice of JJerrsrhanm Pipes. .
1 1ST received a One assortment of Fancv and
J Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine.
uutuuuinoiiii, win' a win oe son cheap at prl
vate sale by BENJ. F. SHIELDS w CO., :
juueli-tf ...w - Central Auction Rooms.
Canary Cages ! t
TrT rootii.cu, 'sou assorted Canary Bird Cages 4(
v an styies, colors ana price., some as bandsomi
as ever brought to this market . For sale low by
reoo-tr ., j. w
fTUTE Copartnership heretofore exteting under the
JL style of Edwards, Gilkeson Co., i. this day
disolved by mutual consent. : J.' K. Gilkeson retir
ing from the Arm.
July 15, I860. - ' JO. EDWARDS, : !
J. K. GILKESON, --
t , . . E. P. EDWARDS. - - 1
r. B. BAKU
a. r. BowaKDs.
ED WARDS, t HARRIS & C0..
. (SrCCKSSOES TO KDWABD8, CJIASRSOa ft CO.) .
. , WILL C0NTINCE THE. ," - -
1 Wholesale Carocery- j.
F0RW1BWXG AXD. COMISSIOJ BUSINESS
jff (As oldkand, corner f College and Church tU. ;
July 161T-. "
Flags rK Flags!,, Flags!
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and siaee for
Fourth of July, political and other celebration
LTCK.43 Union street Is now nrenared to furnisk
the .30ve in any quan , , wholesale and retail. Al
so. Fireworks of ail ki s. Ord err - r i distance
promptly attended to. . , JOHN LUCK, i
June21-tf- " ;
New! Steinwav ; Piano
fAt IaucIl's Music Store,
. . He, 45 Union street.
THIS Instrument i. warranted new
and not sixty days from taa man
ufactory , as will be aeea oa examisa.
Hon. I will-sell at mannfaoUrer'.
price, wiihoot additional charge Car freight,
la want of a Piano will Lad it 40 their lat
call and exaialno it before purchasinr.
'! NASI1VILLK COJinEBCIALi
Insurance .0 o m p any.
; Capital? 100,000! ALL PAID IN
OmCE AtNo.38,Cornerof CcdarStreet and the
TTTILLtake rbAi-sjraingt Loss or dam- ' '
vv age by Fire ou Buildings, Goods.
Warfcoand ili-rcUandizc generally . Ahse.
on Shipments ajruinst loss or damage by
Seas aud Rivers, to and from all points.- ' -
ALSa Risks on Negroes against the daarersvf
ine-;ver. , , - : - . ;
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,;
ANTHONY WVVANLEER, JOHN H. EWIN ' i:
JOHN KIKXMA.V,. HUGH McCKEA, ' -JAMES
WOUl S. JOSEPH EDWARDS,
R. C. McNAIitr, IRBY MORGAN, t
' W. H. ETANS. - j.'
. ALZXAKDES FALL President.
. JAMES WAIJilCE, Secre ta ry . . ; angl8
AND ' '
Fl RE 1ASUR AIVCE C031 PA S Y,
Capital 9120,000 all paid In. t
OFFICE Xortb-West Corneroi the Public square
Will take risks against loss or damatro bv lire
on Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, fcc.
aiso aariu a numver uaiarntto anurrom ai 1 ports.
- . r - AI0 - - -. - i
Risks on HegroesagainsttheDangersot tat
River, i -i -
JOHN M. HILL. ' . JOSEPH VACLX - " ' ;
JAML3 CORKi,y':5 - THOMPSON ANDERSON
G.M.FOGG. JAMES ELLIS.
ALEX. ALLISON, ' N . E. AIXOWAY " ' ; "
R. H. GARDNER. W. EAKIN. ' -
JOSEPH VAULX, President
A W BUTLER .Secretary octSS
X EAY UOOWS
Just received by Exprers and for sale by F. HAGAN.
letters of Alexander Vcn Kumbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
Frederick Knop. .
El Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutledge a Novel. ' v
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. V . '
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Tow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by !
June2-tf i .'i. 41ColIeeest.
fTHE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS k
l HOOPER is again open, and tbe larwatnrlt of
Drugs, Medicines, paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept In Drue Stores will be wld at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail to
close the business of the firm. . .
J. M. HCDDLESTOV. Rmvsiver '
- Prescriptions put up at anv hour of the dav or
"j Ajncnueu rrescnptionisis.
augi4-ati ) '.....
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yi-t .s:i:-!id would do. well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
it. c McXAmy & co.
july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
rnHE Lectures in this Department will commence oa
A tne second MONDAY ot November, 18G0, and con
tinue unta the flret Monday of Anril. 181. . Their will
t-morara uig various orancnes ot tne uvu Law, or the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty. Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, and the Juris
prudence of tho United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors : .
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. P., Professor of
1 .1 . I . .. .. I . : 1 . '
RAN DELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin
al Law. and the Law of Evidence. .
CHRISTIAN ROPEXIUS, LL. D. , Professor of Civil Law.
n ,r itxj m i., , j-ruiessor oi constitutional ami
Common law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United States has thn ailx-antafroa
which New Orleans possesses for tho ready and perfect
luii euirai vi i iic aiouern uinguages. Oood Board
can oe ooiainea as cheap here as
in any other largo
city in the Union.
All communications must be addressed
to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
auglO-diwtSdinin . Dean of the Faculty.
LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale by
lnOff BCSHKL3 GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
jan31.tf No. 14 Sooth Market street.
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
McCASLLV k STRADER in the
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the aflairs
of the concern will be settled mi nnlv hv ma
-1 shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
u"-i u eoiivita i-oar; 01 I lie puni c patron-
- j. u. fcTKADEB.
Ia.VXIIS and lots.
WE offer for salo on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, ylzr ...
hks "oh. ana 13 on Pearl Street; 54 and 65 on
w ashington street, each iu L. II. Lanier's AddiUoa to
Nashvillo, - ,
Lots Nos. 6, 534,335 and TO feet of 33B, In Ewing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
;uu5?-,' 6'8ana oa uh sirea, In the Plan of
wio niiaou spring property. Un each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
"lao, o iots 01 una on tne Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
'u '-y, aujoining tne lands or Sam Cayce, W. B.
Ewlng and others, and known as tbe Madox place.
it win make a line market garden . Call at once and
get Bargains. " UOBSON k WHELESS.:
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wee-
icy nueicss, witn 8i acres of Land, which has been
onicvoiore aavenisea ana more defltely described.
expect 10 put oa the market the ensuing Fall fof
whirh riiia nnttAA will I... . 1 . . .. r t . v
- w (ifcuy aouut xw uoxs m a
uci, wiumua iu uigeneu, , . UOBSON.
No Time to Wait for the Doetor !
A BOUT theae timaa alt chiMn. will . r :
ta - KHimgivwiiruil,
A A. At any moment or dav or nfarbt the. u. iiaKi
w. n.auMaca u lyuoiera atorous, uysentery or Di-
nuuja. as luma men to send for tbe doctor. . The
uiainuiKirg uyseoiery eyrup instsnUy relieves ai
' no umiiy ought to be without it in the
uouao. xis DromDinesa naa aaved imhu.h. rt
oi. uvea in lennesseo In tbe oast Tew rear. nl
IA M. fl . m w " . J
. i """ uuwugu u,r m wnoie tamily jor a
wiuKwiik ja iresn lot just received.
mayia-tf MACKENZIR k MINCHIW.
COAL. ! CO Ala COALt ! 7 ,
I l Mil. nirther notice, will be sold at ih. r., ,J
KJ the Raccoon Mountain Coal rtmn.ii n...
m. fll...i , ' ' V"" """' J
Lump vxmu. per ton . . . jjm
Round Coal, . " a on
NntCoul, . . " Ann
Blacksmith's do. l ..:... 3 fio
Mr. Jomr B. Labo will m future atteBd'to 'aha, hx-i-
nee. of the Company in this place.
, .. SAMUEL J. AGNEW, i '
u, . . ! GDPral Supermtendent R. M. C. Co. '
Nashville. August 16. 1860.
S-Orders can be left In Box No. 04, Post Office, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
augti-tx t t u ' , :; ' ,.t . . Agani.
SNYDER & EKIZEEL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks I A i " ' " :'
do, - Bo ' Leather-, do; v 1 t-. -4.
"f binet" do- . '
Cent'. Fiae Sola Leather Trnnk.V " . ' -.
do. do. do. do. Valine. 'Aah.aa .w.
eratyles,) which they are offering at verv re
duced rates. Call at Ne.-21 Publto Sn7,!.a 1
. . . . - . . - .. i
Fop sale. -
THAT comfortable dwenUigNo! 165 South &a
Saer ft-rftet . formarlr tha .mli..... i, n
UooatMSaaj W. ' 'a . ' T-X., f T"
Also No-13 North Summer Street, tha present real-
T. 7 , f " aw Appiy S - j .'-t
.. .. j. bUha.MA.v President,.
Aq1-tf Union BankofTeuB.
... m -For. Rent , or leae. r
I . iljr J!1 aT pmee near tha Marfrees-
m. ooro- rika two anties from tbe citv for tha n,i
,wm,tw wn iu. peiviieg or Br. years. There la
a Convenient Brick hnllu. ailh C.Vk.. . J j4
Stables, and a .pleadid well of exoeUent water.
T&are art twelva acrs oi superior laad aaitabla for
nam m.u aaa us ot rpfirtytinr, . -
Soathern Trunk Manufactory.
.SJA.fc w lite " (
.j FASSETT & GROSSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
Mannfattnrers and Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS Ef AtX KTXDS OF
LADIES' AM) CE5TS' TEATELIXC TBCXKS,
. BONNET BOXES,
V Mil H(H- I 9riUt Hair: S-o
7 - , caa.,
TVESTRE to call the attention of aH those in want of
-ar hj uiing in our une, (wnotesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
wuuurui iimi e cau ten as low as any other house
In the city. Our stock is all of
ana is made of the be?t materials and by first-class
wuramen.- Ail must admit tbe srisdom of hurnur work
uwuc at uiMue. 111 oreierence 10 Duvinv tnat. n,u.ia At
the East expressly for jobbing.
- We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
mix 3 - ..... .
i zmm TRIM FOR LADIES. -
It has roinDartmoriLa for rVmnots TrAcue Ti.i-aionic
wosatjs, auu a waiw-urwi com uar i in 11 l iot 7wn
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at snort notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South o! the Square.
junezs-aiy FASSETT t CROSsMAN.
One of the most Popular and Benrroient
v Institutions Is .
On Deaderlck street,
'T'HE Iloetor htmseir ia an nl.l 'Pri-tiinn. rnm
X tbe old and this country, being already 15'yeurs
iu Aiunra, uavicir maniuuy and nocorablv sur
mounted all the trials of the new wirltl, aud bat
tled and conquored death of the whole ran;e ol dla
eases of our different Climates, 4outn and North, so
. n . . n ( r L. : 1 '
uc u, um success 111 trie trt avmeut or gen
eral anu private aiseases is indisputable, I r whicn
"o u mo luuKi, reuaoie reierences.
peclal attention paid to rii&wispa nf Females mH
Children, and much gratification hereeis.ln gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to
illustrate uis skiu. Me is conversant w Phibe Amen
can, irencn and German I nguaves, nd always
tcaw j w Kuwr uis auvice ana tervK--s with polite
ness, conscientiousness and discetion.
rersons at a distance duv have hisaa'vice and
medicines by consulting tira through letters, inclos
ing a fee, to Post-office Box No. 3S6.
His Family Residence is 00 North Market street. . ;
lax OH S.HONaa.1
On the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Daj.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort St.,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as thev mar be ordered. In tha curimia Pa.
rectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms al-
tacueu to tne xiuiei-
N. B. Bkwarb or RrxxTRs and Hackvct who u.
THE attention of tbe readers or the Patriot, the
Ladies more especially, Is riqueeted by Messn.
MACKENZIE As M1NCU1N. to the excellent Reirieer
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which n ev are i.ow
supplying our citiiens. Teroperls' I rub Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting up ail kinds 'f Fruits
and Berries. They are durable, pimple and (heap,
and the demand for hem is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen have be n sold.
A FOALE SCHOOL IS EDGEFI. ID.
ON the Third of September MRS. IRWIN will open a
School in the Basement of the Presbyterian Church.
A thorough and liberal education may be obtained here.
Latin, Greek, French, the Higher Mathematics, Paint
ing, Crochet and Needle Work mav be taucbt to thoaa
wno aesire. An accomplished lady and skillful perfor
mer mis oeeu eugagea to give instruction in Music.
1000 Dozen. Fruit Jar?.
250 docen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 44 . 2 " . "
200 "1 Tempest Stone Jars.
125 " 2 . " 4i "
25 "1 " Flint Class Jars. "
200 ," 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug2I-tf ...For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOHIVS & CKOslaliY'S :
Improved Gntta Prrcha Cemeut Eoafin!.
IS TBS CBEAPCST a.XD MOST OtBABLK ROOTINO I. CSS. 1T
is hub sxd waTia froof. It can be apohed t. saw
and out itoors or all hm aud to old smmrle rt.ola
vuuih raaonng me mtagtei. :
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THISD THAT OF
TIN, AVD 13 TWICE A3 DU.tABi E.
Gctta l'ERCBA Ckxktt forpreservmc and repairing
Ti.v and Metal Koors of every defcriptiun. --
From its great elasticity, is not UJured bv tbe Con
traction and expansion of n.etals.aad to ill not c.arlt
in cold forrMa in sura wither. Ihcre nn.t -. ia:s
nave been thoroughly tested tu Mew York aud all
parts of the Soutburu a id West-tin Slates, and s
can give abundant proof of a1 we claim in their
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
NO HEAT 13 BEQUIPED."
These materials are put up ready f.r use. and ' fbr
shipping to all parts or the CounUy, witu mil printed
oirections lor application.
Full descriptive circulars wil I be forwarded on an
plication by mail or iu person, at our principxl ntQ
tes 610 BKOA0WAY, fopposite -t. .S'whol i, H tel.)
N.Y., S49 FULTON &r (op,K tediy Hall) BKOiia.-
MOOR E S
Office No. 21 College street,
OPPOSITE PEWANEE HOUSE.
E. D. ' WlllTE, Agent,
i Tempest's Fruit Jars.
WE have on baud several hnndred doxen Q-iarts
and Half Gallon of these tamos. Froit Jar.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best ar icle yet wvuited
itr uie preservation or run ana veg vioie..
; Tempest's Jar. preserve SraawBeBBrss!
' Tempest's Jars preserve Rasrsaasjss I l
,. Tempest's Jars preserve Blackbcbbiks!
Tempest's Jars preserve Pis Piast I .
" Tempest's Jars preserve P Harass J
' Tempest's Jars preserve PirB.f ' (
Tempest's Jars preserve Qcmcxsl ' ' r i ;
I Tempest's Jars preserve Ca sauna j. .: ;.-3 t
- Tempest'. Jars preserve XobutubsI y ,
We have a full .apply of Arthur'. Class, Stone and
Tin Jar. of all sixes.
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars.aU slxes-a-
whichw. areoOerlng at cost price, as we fcl assured
3 7 Apple Pealcrs. 4 ;
10 doxen best Turn Table apple pealers,' ;
AugiU-tf. t s For sale by . . , J.. .W. TTTLSON. (
IF YOTJ 7AIT A HOT FIRE
m'EiNi-All CQ 'A Tat 'It
Of dcT i.Caa ie left la .Bax"8(1i,rVt).; j
Tard.baekof K. ft CB.B. Van.'''- 't t .""! 1
" ; 'rx?. ' ' wi
SMEDLEY, EUAN & CO.,
Ucceiviug c Forw arding
Low er Wharf Boat,
J PADUCAH, KENTUCKY.
3- A Share rf PnhKe.
Patronage respectfully so
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant.
Corner Cedar and Ch.rrrst,,
KAMIVILLB, X EN X ESSEE,
RESPECTFCLLY solicits conslgnmentsof Merehan
dlSeof allclaSKea. Sjli-if irlinn a van tn pnnti.'n
eesand purchasers as nearly as possible.' Consign
eesof eooils to this mariem ill nud my auction rooms
well titled un.and thecooiU will he sold Brithniif t a
lay and the money paid over forthwith.
N .B. NtlCOods btturht or ol.l i.n mv nwnljMLnt
Charges reasonable and liberal advances made on
consignments. . .... inarOS
W. A. JOHNSON & ct.; "
C OTTON FAC TORS,
T CARONDELE1 STREET 21
Sep a .
K. F. XXTISS.
KIRKPATIUUK & CO.,
C0313IISSIG. & FORWARDiC MERCHANTS.
87 NATCHEZ STREET.
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
J. & C. JREAKIRT,
- 62 iecond Street, Cincinnati, Obi).
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
Wire Heddlea and Frames,
Steel Seeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather.
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c.
ALSO, A ITU. AS30RTWFVT nr
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IX ALL. KINDS OP
GRAIN AND PRODUCE,
Southern ordors will be filled with promptness, at
tho lowest market price. Aug21-6in
Allison, Anderson & Co
IJIPORTKKS AND WHOLESALB DEALEAS IX
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
Xashvillr, : : : : Tenn?sscr.
TT E are now receiving and will In a few davs have
V ready tor exhibition and sale one of the nnet
aesiraoie b toots ever Drought to this market.
e therolore respectfully invite an examination of
our tock by ths trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we fuel confident m mn
promote their interest by giving us a caiL
augsc-'m A1X1SO.N, ANDERSON k CO.
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
in tne Circuit Court ot
OX THE BAMS OP THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
' For sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
Juneie-tf No. 33 Union street.
NASH & M Ail II,
N o. 25 College Street.
A gents-for Old and Reliable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CATITAL OF
$5,0 0.0,0 0 0.
0 0 0
Domi With Toar Dust.
I P yon wish ta sweep fine Carpets without Injuring
a. them or r using a aast, u
THE PATENT CAR-
PIT 8 El-PER.
Fresh Corn Meal.
for sale by
i 1st received
. EENJ. F.
per Railroad, aad
SHIELDS St Cv.
July i, 1660-tf.
Jnsl Ecteired by M. A. Farrish k Co.
ODfl BAGS Crashed Corn;
' 100 bug. Family Meal :
i aprlS-tf .
Ladies' French Dress aud Pact-
a ci u x Ta 11 A G II
DEALER Ef r - . ' ; '
Ladies' and (. nits' Fine Trunks.
nAS received additional supplies of Ladles' Extra
Lante Dress Trunks, of the attest sir lee. - Beat
Euslish Sol. Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Boa-
aot Boxes, single aad Double Top; Valtaea Baas. ax..
tor aai. at very low pneoa. - , .
junea-ll JOHN RAMAGE.
; Fireworks i . Fireworks ! J :
j. FL.AGS AND" TORCHES ! I
JOHN LUCE, 45 Union street, baa now taa beat as
sur lonl ta Nashvule of everythmx tn the above
Une. which will be sold, wholesale aad rata.il . aa low aa
a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new, and the best thing ever Introduced
iot pouueaj proueasiocLS. augis-tr
. Trunks: rrranlLS ,
TCST Tecelved a few more LADLIS' LARGE FRENCH
U I'RESS TRUNKa; Sou Leather Trucks, iMei Spring
taiuwa ana itsgs j, . - - . y - - .
.; - - .- ALSO . . , .
LAC33' BONNET BOI3. Trr Tops, very cheap for
eaah. ..- , ' . .- jCKN RAMAOt.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
(TKS'UTK OK tXSS TO OnSwelllllB a BQraKB.)
One s,j aare I day a 0 ac had 'a knsertio. M
" ' - 1 week, 3 00 achad'aisquaro o
j " 4 0 1 m
" " 1 month 6 00 00
" , t a '. o 00 4 to
ts 00 j - . a on
6 IR 00 a 00
12 - 155 00 Its
f . xBxrsrasxB ar Pi raarxs.
ritu-n notice roust be given to take oat -ad stop
advertisements- f yearly advertisers beforetheyear
expires. otherwise wesballcbarcet Mono.
Nococtract ofvearii idvertiaemt, - -K
be made for less than one year at de yearly rates.
7AdTrtiar(oxeeedixiE ter"t centra e
d f or wil 1 b t charge Ho r tlie szeeaa
From YISCHER.OWKN CO., Gone.-al AdrertMar
uouse,Apleton Building J4 Broadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT 1!
IETZ & CO.
--TTacrrKSi-or i iiraoTsjt ,
Kerosene,' Camphene, Flaid, ani Oil and
is TiMocimsni)wsni - -..
... . B . 53,
CHCECHFS.COLLFGIS, AN1' I I BL1C BmMNQ
T. II. CHAM BURS'
PIANO F.0ETES .
nr. u. tiiTiUi.us,
(Formerly Dubos sto art, and Dl bolt . Bacon St
. Cambers.) i . i
Varerooms In the"lllble sTooaa.wj
Cor. 8th street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITT. '-"
Tbisli a reliable pUcof purcbasa Orriar-a K.
guarlnteld""' to '
Prince Imperial Champgne.
Sold by all ref pliable Dealers throughout
THI fine brard of Chi m. -arte, which until the
past year wasco) fined exclusively to the best ta
bles of tbe O ntinent of Europe, has cow cbuined
the most unboua u success aud p ipuutr.ty in tl is
country. It is reci mmeniied by ntae of tbe first
Physicia.s r the ciiy of Ne York, over all other
wines, onaccuui tol its exti erne pcrity and delica
cy, and tb'e wlo once try it rarely use any other
braud. Altlioni.h onlv out vMihu.l.Tau a
lis introduction into U is coui try.tte oinua is
enormous, and constant! Lucreaiiug. Our arrange
ments are euxh as tu ensure the quality of the Rlne
being mainuined at it. preseLt high standard. The
Prince Imperial is im,wrted solely If ns, are being
the sole A genu of M.ssrs. Ds Vasoos ft Co., la this
coonuy E. Y. HaU-UWOCT ft CO.
No.. 4S8,490aud 492 Broa.:aay,NeW York.
Sold U N.shville by M. ft E. F. CHEaTUAM.
Corner ol Church andOoiieie .ta.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
80 ft 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW T0BK,
fTTOUi l ootil the iraJ. ti.attney are opening
Weekly, in new aud beaulnul patterns,
THE WA.USCTTA PRINTS,
TUE A.UOSKEAG, .
A New prb t, a-hich excels every Print in tbe Coun
try for peru-ction of z cuti. a and drsign to full
Madder Colors. Our I ru-ts are cheap. ttaa any la
the marke auJ mvetii.g anh .xtenrlve sale.
ILr" "rders proupuy auended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broad ay, Xew Voik.
fTHEi co mleu I 11 years ago tbe S. NichoUa
aras uni Vars .lly pronoun oed the most majruiS.
cent, oiveoient and tuorouicbly o gautxeo ratab.
liabmeut of the kind un this continetit. u bat it was
theu it reuiiu. to-d) w.tbut a riT-1 iu siae. ta
sumptuous i. ., anu in gn.erai elrmei.u l com
fort an . j ymei.t. Tn Hot. I ha aeoumniouatioa
lor lot 0 gus ., incli'dlng KO complete amies ot
apar.mei..s r. r families, t-ix huu. rt-d ersona can
beciHuiurtably MjUu at ne ibiea-f Us thr t ub
lic d nmg rooms, and Lctiiujg tuat mo era art has
devL-eu lor lue Con cnience aud sci. gratificatasi
of the traveu g pubitc tias been Kn.tui m us pita,
or is negle.-te i it prac-a:a dt taiif. lbe eariy re
atatiou ol (he b -use t bume wu abni. derived
from :ts mttfuitu ., lu supeib appointment , and Its
borne- ikecotnioria au . iuxuri-s.haS becu enhakoed
every yearOy theunae.riej exert ion. 01 Lbe iiroutf-
rs TKKADWkLi., HITOuMU ft Cf
For Piaia Mcckicg and Fancy Eaitlinj,
i aL-j . ; i : . - - - -.
JTficliiDfi for Eailtin?, Invert, SMrtt, ie,
cr all sizes.. ' :
Eib Machines ofl4L24L22aDdSft 2 Hft,
as basi aso ium to ohm. ,
rpHESE Mat hlne. use the plain Englbh. Spring
A Needle, ou a new nrtm.ii, i. . and .r. th. ..
est a-id m at r.ld a.arbbea lor kuittit m ia aaa j
- Tk a"A.lav I a - a w W 1
. JO . - a.-ni rajiiy jjuumg Ma.bn.es fmr
fa-mili, mnd Plan a:ivn u.ji , ..Z.J-J. ,
feature lu tbe uacia. miuuout4 th.ara aaa .
- AUBSCV AS BALSS BXW, -; -' '- -
K0. 877 BftOACWAY, K2W T02T, -
lunMl- h. . . .tPVRV o 1 FK. Araat
Frtsh Fruits all .he Tear!
THE Y.03IAIVS; h:
FiR CTil.rtY, CONVENIENCE. ElONOHY AND
BArETY, is U auitaliea lor Dreaerrln. Trait, la
a frea .state, m any Ciioair,D indefinite time. Ha;
iu uaeu uae ttouies, we Una tim esceeoaagl
coareuient and Jjrt the thing waLted.
tnuiiAa, u l,Utr ot Rarel Ans r.
For KScriJtive and prxe circulars, aduraja Pr
preu-r, at Walwurtu, Wayne couuty , New York.
vu.4iw , T.B..AJUMAA3.
r miuuie : , :.
ICE CltEAAi FUECZERS,
A Ituprored for IS5S.":
Wrradraarsp Ibo Covsaa as BoTroaaTunria.
rpHC only Freeaer knows which lscocstrectad oa
A true .-denude pruit:i,ias. ...
Tne CheatmcL, ueat aad moat Economical ; veqarring
leas ioe and lea. Uh tbau any other, beiog at be
saute tune the tawst dur ib.e la structure, and moat
ecriain la fa operationj. . . .. . t .
Sole Ageut fur Lu. Uuited 8tttes. -
E. KETCH AM ft CO.,
, - "" aTanujai;turr. of JatMuiBid a4
PlaniFbea Tin Ware.
lebis-aa 219 Pearl street. ITew Torit.
LIOA'i LSECr POWDiaU!
ft IV8, BROWV 4 OX
Coffee! Coffee ! ! '
B are ia ree ip f a -a patent oi the tneat
Code, ever o lved ta N .ehvi.ia, ahicft w. sr.
offering t- the trau at a low 6 r.
Aa.-f. . - V Mia:iJ., HDOPOt ft CSX
. 00DEYS"LADIES BOOK, for Septembwr. t
GOOEY'S LAtliS' BOOS, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for Septeasber." '
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, fbr September.
Just received, and tor sale by . ;
JOHN YORK ft CO,, v
aurlo-tf No. IS Cnloa street. '
EDONY; IDOLGr 4
BYAULDY OF St ENGLANH Clcii, aaa,
Price U . For aai. y - " v- F. KiSAX
iUl7-tf j a j?z Kuala D-al.r,4 Cal.,
or Jtfif " " - ignL
aagll-tf - - ttCsUt-rsstfesi.' -