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BY A. S. CAMP & CO.. NO.il6 DEADERICK STREET,
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TL Patejoi ia an earnest, active and indefatigable
supporter of the Constitutional Union causa, and In the
present canvass for the Presidency wJl use every hon
orable effort to promote the elect 100 of Bell and Evxn
srt. To enable 09 to labor with increased efficiency
ore a-Jc our party frimds to aid as in extending Its cir
culation. By the purchase of the printing establ'iahmont of the
.Vr, and recent additions of new materials from the
f.wndries, the Jos Oma of the Patuot has been made
the largest and most oomplete in the South -West. It to
also supplied with the most competent workmen.
Steam has been applied to oar pres-ie.,. which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in the high -it
style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronze, (
And, indeed, every thing from the smallest Tip to the
mammoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the larg.t
The large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ts by the addition thereto of tha subscription list of
Items, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
None better in the city.
Mg- We solicit order, at our office, No. la Deads
A. S. CAJIP fc CO.
EARNER S HI P .
I HAVE THW'DAY ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADDY
with me in business, the name of the Inn to be
hobert Moore i Co. HUBERT MOORE,
July 1, !. 49 Walnut street.
ROBCltT MOORB & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
IH'o. 49 ATalnnt street,
Purchase and Sell, exclusively on commission. Flour,
Bacon, Cheese, Butter, bueds, Oii, Driea rruii,t-au-dlee.
Sonp. Corda?e, Brooms, BackeU. Tabs, and arti
cles of Domestic Manufacture and PRDUCK generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE A3D RETAIL DBTCrGISTS,
H. W. Corner of inroad and Market streets, -Xaehvllle,
rE are prepared'to execute orders for Drac
and .Medicine anl all articles pertain
Lux to tne Droit Business, with despatch aa at the
lowest market or are.
The same attention will be givn as heretofore to
Lave ever article of as rood quahty as reureseoted
and in no instance will anything be pot up that is "f
a doabtfalor sophisticated character.
It is oar in ten Una to maintain the reputation w
hare established ia selling none bat Pare Drags and
Medicines, aud we, therefore, tnv.ie yon to examine
our stock before baying elsewhere, believing wecun
abow im raancementa seldom offered in thi- er any
other southern city. In addition to braes we have
constantly cn band a large stock of Perfumery,
ips and Toilet Artirk-s, nbite lw, lanseed Oil,
Tnrpt-aline VAiU., 'iiw and ines tor mem
IS now open lor the reception of visitors. m and
1 after Icesday the 3d day ot July Mr. Jsstss
Kakbbh will ran an accrnm datixi Omaibcs, leaving
the Sewaaee Home ever; Tuesday, Tharslay .and
Saturday at 8 o'clock, A. Si. .arriving at the Spring
ta dinner tare two dollars omce and register at
Sewanee House, lbe medical qualities of these
Springs are well known. For dyspepsia, diseases of
lue liver, and for complaints incident ta female?,
they are unsurpassed. There are five sulphur
springs of different qualities, besides free stone and
newt discivered chalybeate.
Trrmt-Per Day SI 50
" Week 8 U
" Month SOOtt
Horse per week 3 60
: Cmldre a and servants half price.
RM. 1 YEATMAX,
E. J. KREIDER,
Xelegrapl Cbalybeate Spi-Iuga.
This water is brought ronr hundred feet In ten Eccouds
Takes pleasure in informing the public that bo as
now ready tb wait on all who may fagor him
with a call.
Tula Spring ia situated on the east side ot Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
from $4 to 6: One Person, $1; by the drink, cents.
Payment in advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate ol Lime, Sulpnate 4
Magnesia, ulpbate of Lime, Muriate of Magnesia,
The specific gravity of the fresh water was
1.0L2 tlistiiled wfeter being taken as a standard
I understand that the water has already been ben
rOciaWw several invalids. It will be beneuciai to a
reateVdegree when taken fresh from the Spring
1 shisjd pronounce it stimolantand tome, and adapt
cd,t!seqaentiyt to cases of debility, accompanied
Vith ananomic condition of the system, and contra
mdicated in plethoric and infiamaiury states.
There is no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
lies at the eastern end of the tiuiension Bridge is
rood Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
many duwtses of debility. B. W. Hall, it. K
Thompson, M. D., Henry Carow, U. IK.T. K. Jen
nings. M. D., Boyd Mc.Nairy, M. D.,K- C. K Martin,
Valuable Town Lots
r AM ottering far sak . an reasonable Urmt, the
X following property: M handsome UitiMiug L4ta
ta tne 7th and Bui Wards rf Nashrille.
Kise Houses and Lota of various ainueisions, from
tare smalt romforlab.. realaanees at iuw prices,
la the cay.
Ui uwuble three story Business Bocse on Broad
street, occupied at preseut by Hardcastt a, Co.
doe Tract of about 22 Si acres, lure miles out on
the Kaahville and Cnauauooga Raiutuad, frame boas
od Well part of the Lncua or Cruu-btr tract, good
uae Tract of abont 31 acr ,on the Uurfreesboro'
TarnpiKS road, at its)uncUoa wuh the Stone's River
Tartipu. one half mile ont .daeeBt to W. li. lxnj
nd ithers my Bnck yart wuperty.
OneTia.tol about 3o act i, aignt ailea out, near
the Xarfreeboro' Turiipikr Cuod improvemeats,
good water sad timber.
tie tract of about 90 acres on the Franklin Cul
legeand Stoue's river Tamp:ka,7 mi out ZO
claared, balance good timber aud well watered.
tin Tract of about ISo acres, adjacent to sume on
the rat, fronts oa aud Tarnpika over sou pules
early ail good timber and atxl good.
On tract ot about 150 a es , ten miles out , nar
teak's t-print, one mil Jid a half North of the
Jtartreesbvro' Tarnpika, mostly well timbered, about
' 46 acres cleared aud re vara! other lot i and tracts
ui land inNashvlUe and vacimty.
For further parliculai scad on Navcx L WooDwam,
No. M Cherry street.
Young Necroea at fair prices w.ll be token ia ex
change lor the above.
Jian85-lm laa JAME3 M. JaCKEIJ-
liadlcs ttonn t l.oxcs.
JVST received a Urge assortment of Ladies' Boa
Bet Bxea, single and uaobla lops "d Iraja.
Also. Lads' tiatchela and Travehag Bags. hich
1 o&rr Terr cheap for cash.
I oner v s y JOfi-t KAyktit.Wia
aej .42.toiigs WMk
Nashrille and Chatfanooga Ji.Rt
Change of Schedule;
- O.V AND AFTER
Sunday next, April 29, 1S61,
Pa.r Trm3 will rnnasftJV-ws: . t
rt:frNG EAST. !. I
ljv NahviUe at 4 a. a. and Sr.i. - - ( ' '
Arrive at Chattanura 1-C r. a aud I Ai a. . ,
Leave tliattanorwa at T30 a. M. au.l ZJX) sr. a. '
Arrive at Na-hvule at i t. x. and H a. u.
A LI. rail connection, and shortest rinil." to Btuu,
rw York, Philadelphia Hallow e, Wa Jiinlun
Ciy-'r-.hinuiiJ, Petersburg. I.ynchunri Knsvdle,
Savannah. Oiark-slun, Mot.tgoiaery, M-jmiHiiK. New r
lau5;. kr. .
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trams on
Memphis and Charlenon Eailmad. and at Chaltanotva
w ilh Trains on Eat Tenm-twee and Ceirgia aud Wc-l-ern
and Atlantic Railroads.
Throuvh Tickets may be had at any hour on appl.i-a
lion to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the follow tug
nlas and at the foUowine prices . iz :
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, S. C.
" E. T. Ya. route
Itiladelphia, " "
Christiansburg, f YirginU Spruia,
Grand Junction ,
Hoily Springs, Mi
E. W. C0I.E, SujruituJent.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and feavan
nah toNashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their paenger Trains. No detay to freight
by this route. E- CVLfc,
Cliarleatou and Savannah
F 1 Ta A C. 1 T Ia 1 1.
Kaies Redceed and Spetd Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. Ou and
after the 24ih of D euioer, 15, through raU-a
from New York to Nashville:
Fust Class, ier 100 pounds
Second Class, " J
Third Class, " 1
Fourth Claci, ;' ?
uta rVt .mt Rnnnet . - - Ua
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Na.-'hville throe,
three and a half and four days.
Tune from New York and Philadelphia, seven aud a
half, eight and nine day 3.
Intervening Sabbath3 cause the above variations in
time, a3 no freight trains are run on sunuay oer lurm
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Nashville and ChatutKoea Railroad ou
Tv c w ivnrR'JiiV
Freight to Xtw York and Philadelphia
Cotton and Vlonv,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not more than 600 lbs. weight 4 2i
VUiiir r barrel 45
No insurance necessary except from Charleston aud Sa
nniuh ta New York and Philadelphia.
Ccttnn 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 Id less than cotton not
Through receipts issued by I lie Freight Agent of the
N&?hviiie ana inananoofa cinwi.
C. W. ANDERSON.
dec23-tf tSeneral Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON J I'N E
Utile Miami aud ColanibtM and
CDi'TI, 1I.UIILT0X & PATTOS
ft'roias CIXCISXATI to
lioct.A in 22i hours.
Philadelphia in 3S hour.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Bulblo in 15 boars.
Cleveland in 8; hoars.
Wheeland inK1; hour.'.
Crestline in 6 hours.
New York in 30 hours,
llaltimore In 2t', tMiun.
Albany in 25 hours,
lmnkirk in 14 hntur?.
Pittburg m 12?i hours.
Steubeus villein 10 V hours.
ane?ville in 6 bour?.
Toleda m i boura.
Sandusky in 10 boiurj.
vtr..it in 12.'i hours.
Tlironsli Trains leave Cicrinnali u follows:
7:30 A. Xt. EXPRESS From Little Miama
Depot, aud from Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Buflalo;
via. Columbus. Crestline and Pittaburg; via. tJiluBihus,
Steubensville and Pittsburg; via. Columbue, BelUar
and Pittsburg; ia Columbus, Itellair and Benm ooa.
7:30 A. W. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
HamUton aud Detroit. Depot, also connecU via. Lima,
Toledo. Detroit and Canada: via. Dayton, Oyde and
in a. WW. KVPREiS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus. Bellair and Ben wood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and Piusburg: via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buoaio.
a. a rYPHFAS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Itayton DepX, via. I-ima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada: via. Dayton, uyae ana nanauaay.
irtodern Sleepluc Cara on tlilaTralu,
II P. ITf . EXPRESS From I.itllo Miami
Columbus steubensville and Pitts
rnlnmbus. Belliar and Pittsburg: via. Co-
lumh'ut Belliar and Ben wood; via Columbus, Crestline
' . i . .1 1 1 1 1 ..I- ...I- .
and Pittsburg: via. uoiuiuuu, iricunu, muuk
tlodern.Sleeplns Cars on tit la Train.
Passe ne-en for Lake Etaamen, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M . nav 6 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. X.. make direct connection.
The C P. M. Express, Saturday, males all rwi-
ntdiont a adcertised, except jar unrmi
and points in Canada.
The Nifiht Express runs Daily, Saturdays eveptej
All other Trams run I "any , saiuruaj a "-.
Tr.,i. run hr Cfil.niBCS TIME, which is 7 Minutes
faster than ONClNNA'd TIME.
Baggage Checked Through
all Kastern Cities.
Pnuunviwa aliould bear in mind tliat the '-CIN
n Win ' 1I.0OI ! and FAVORITE KOI it- ion
uJ-ii in made oromDtlv. the Roads are thoroughly
BALIASTED, and ail modern improvements adopted
Insuring srKEit, conroirr and S.ti rTTi . "
TH HOUGH TICKETS
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE BUlLROAD TICKET
nrriiTOin the WEST and SOLTH. Ast lor TickeU
Via. CINCINNATI". .
P. W. STRADER, Ceneral Ticket Agent, On tl.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad
CIIAiGIa OF SCHEDUlaK.
Commencing Sakdaj, Jon 3d, 1860.
lattve Nashville at 4 H A. M. aud 3 r. a.
Arrive at Naahvilia at .10 a. M. and 4 r. .
Iave NaakvUle at 5 SO a. M.
Arrive at Nashville at 4:45 r. M.
THE Morning Train going South connects with Mem
1 Una and 1 harUMU-a PJruad at Dwialur.
The Evening Train going South connecU at Columbia
wuh Tram to Mount pkwaant and Pulaski.
The Evening Trim goutg North makes ckxw connee
lion at Nashville with Louisvdle and Nashville Kail
road from and after Monday, May Tin, to Louis villa and
all LaeU-rn cities. But one tram on Sunder.
W. O S. PEHKTX3,
Extra Faciilj Flour.
1 f BARRELS Extra Family Floor , mau of actor
1JU ed tron choica Whita Wheat, to arrive to-
"itlT ' br unnx, hooper u co
Cireat . National noule.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON, ;
AW OVT.Y R0.1D TO , ; . .
C JLNLTJUUOJI I O
AND r BALTIMORE , AND OHIO
mi P.MlVATE at
R.iiiiiKre ami Whinct n City cs
I ihn l ia .ind 4'uliuubot bU the West, at nlm S
CutltlubOt btt til
ptar-es it rmi--t. , ith lUdtoads '.tf and frutn juif
poinu in . . ' . u .r -..-.-., 1 ..i '
The Weal, ontliwcit and Xortkwel.
P-a?.'n2s bv thi1! route ran vWi the c"it Bahi
more. pliiladelfihU. New York and fcton at the ro-,1
of a ticket to New York or lieiio alie by other I me
Through tkkets can be procured via. Wabinrton
Cllv to the Eastern Citk-a at an addilkwialrhsnre ''"
SlK-jiing Cars atutrhed to all trains.
TJCKtTS GOOD VSTU. VSEP,
With the irivilege of stopping off at aU rku ipjl
points. . ,' '
Busines Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or lufortna
tion, can vifit all the Ka.-ttrn Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The scenorr Is celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it w unequalled in the
world. Its system of Dnv and Night Track Police; its
SplendidVquipmeot; iw exclusive Telegraph Lines; its
large amount of double track; iu ftnj Hotels, (under
the surveillance of the Company.) ensures to the pas
senger ' I
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT. '
Throuvh tkkets and bafeesffe che ks can be obtained
: all the principal Railroad and Steamboat olilc3 in
Tickets ia. Baltimore
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportf.tifn.
I M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
F F Fl'LLER, General Western Airent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen l Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R
Nashville to Clarksriile, Hop-
ltinsTIle, RussellviIIe, &c.
ON AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, 180(1,
Two Trains to and from Clarksvllle daily.
Iave Nashville at CJ30 a. M. and 2:46 p. n.
Arrive at Clarksvilta 1025 a. a. and 7:15 r. .
Iave Clarke-ille at 6 a. M. and 2:45 r. a. v
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. . and 7 r. n.
Th morninir train from Nashville counects at Spring-
Held with a dailv line of stages to RuAsellville, and at
Tail's Station, near State lino, with Slaughter & Co. ?s
daily line of four horse coaches to Hopkinsville, Ky.,
via. Trenton. Pembrake, Ax.
From llopkinsviile stages leave tor toiumuua, ai.,
Paducah, Sinithland, Eddyville and Henderson.
Fare from Na-hville to Henderson 4 tio.
a a vrvL'n,
Notice to Shippers.
TT being of the utmost
importance for the proper
nr...cn nr iti Ti-ai lr and to keen out of the war
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be'run at
regular unilorm rate ot speeo, wincu cau uuijr m -complished
by running on schedule time; therefore, in
ordor that the freight trains may be run ou the time
laid down iu the schedule, it is ordnreu tiiai auer inir
ty davs from thi3 da te, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Cdupany at sched
ule stations only.
Rates ou Flour Reduced.
r iIIE Naohville and Chattanooga Kaiiroaa win receive
X at Nashville, Wartrace. Sheibyville and stations
on N. iC.R.R between Nashville aud Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or av:uilian, at i Hie itiar t uarri uuwisu.
Fiii"t of Tronspfirtation N. A: C. K. R.
liOUisvlllc am Xaslivllle
CHANGE OF TIME.
rpWO through tspress fassenger Trains oeiween
A Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, uunaio; niagara
Falls, Lleveianii, iiuciunau,.-i. ijuiis, auu iur ui
On and after SrsnaT,JriT tbk 8th, 1S60, trains
will run as follows:
Fimt Mail train leaves Nashville at 5:00 A Jf .daily ,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc-
tKu,Kl!xaletlilown,ano aiireguiarmaiiuiin wuru bih
nalled by a flag, and arriving In Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returuiug leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M.,stop
pine as above.'and arriving in Nashville at 2:1
Sn-onJt rain. Express. leavesNasbville at5:M)P.M.
daily Sundays excepted, stopping as flrst train , and
arriving in LouUville at 3:00 A. M. Returning leaves
Lonisvilleat 6:20 1 H., stopping as aove,auu ar
riving in Nasbvuleat o:u A. M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted)al 4:20 P.M., andarriv
ing in Gallatin at6:10 P. M. Reluming haves Galla
tin i at 7.00 A. M., aad arrives in Nashville at :10
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many dif
JNO. B. ANUKKSO.", rsuperitiienaeui.
A.J. FiKin.tseneral Ticket AgenL
Save the Pieces!
At accidents WD happen, ere in veil regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toy3, Crockery, kc.
SFALDUTG'S PEEPAECT GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household ran af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and up totbe
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity w
limping chairs, spl uitered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for roue-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. r It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
"USEFCL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B. A Bruxri accompanies each bottle. lTlce, 2i
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street. New Yrk.
Address, HEHET C. SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No. 3,000, New York. -
Put up for Dealers in Cases ceotaiurag Four, Eight,
aqd Twelve Dozen a beautirul Lithographic bhow
Card accompanying each package. -
a single bottle of SPAI-DING'S PREPARED
LGLLEwiU save ton times its cost aunually to every
Sld by ail prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Countrr merchants should make a note of SPAL-IHXG-(S
PREPARED GLLX, when making up their list.
It w ill stand any climate. al0-ly
Shelton's Marble Worka! .
Chorch ctret, Beit doorto Cnrnelioa's Cabinet elvop
a'llF. ondorEigned would Inform his friends
and the public generally that he will cou
linue the MARBLE BUSINESS in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, ou Church street, and rails attention to
the stock of I
n mrble) nonumenls, Tombs,etc. .
Which be has on exhibit m and fur sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture oa the shortest notice
Marble .Mantle ; nd every description of Marble
Work. bn American and Italan Marbla. Hji
wtMiL will, as heretofore, be waranled, and his prices
to suit the time-. M. L. fHELTuN.
bin tf. '
SCI1UETZE ' fc laUDOIaFF,
GRAND. WiL'ARand PARI OH
Una.NI) PIANO OHTlLS, made wuh ft sTulTQ
all th imprevemenu eondactivo toM " i
uperiortty of tto, toaeh rnd drrab.Uy, fcol.
MaaAld awarded at the Faint ia New York, la
'54 and '56, and la SU Louis, 16i. Dealers-Heho
and Famihea will save money by calling before p
chasing. Alt Instruments guaranteed (or tare y
arerooms45i BRvOMK fsr., (a.few doors w
Sroadway,) Nw York. . feb21- i
XXflSIUNG Jo make .rtherihTertmeBts i.
v post tf.se:
Ilalliur RealEtatein Dsrilsoru-
That Suburban ilesidence.
situated o n t h e Fran tl: n Turn pike , within ha I a mile
uftbecitv ,.ind i jjoi:tethere5idene oftbelate Jo
aeph W. 'llorti'B. This Is. perhaps, the mopt com
mauiiinz Bite Ij the viciuiir ol Nashville, and Is a
mondesirablecouniry reidenre. Thahouso will he
sld with Vicr 11 jcrcsotUnd istbepurcbaser may
rhouse . -
.Thai Valuable Farm.
know a asthe Sims Tract.sitoated on the MmitnTura
pikc.(uU lbancu read) within three miles of Nash
ille,iwiiaining3S0acrea. The .HUgood,tis wo.M
watered and timbered, and cau be divided into small
tract? ortwentv acres and upwar Is.atiof whk-hart
ailmimbly adapted ( or reoutry rt-ii.1i ticcs, market
girieu:u) J .lairiarms Alo,tt.-.t . i
" "'OeaiitifurFariu; !
ui.4auv road .now Occupied bj T. C McCtimpl'ill,
aad iwrmerty owned b Tnui ilur'linK,r.oatainlng
al..ut;50 acres. ThispWcei so well known as ta
n.fd further d.rcriition It willal.'u be iliviie4
W!'tpin'iiaw'J T.O. McCa!4M"ll 4Uhi'thes
pUCfFUaD) "Hr ho Wilicail.
Aiihealxiveiru-i'it ilii.- scld ou re.inable
teriua.auu ou a :rciiiiwl wile .1 i,llir-e aad I'tar
yuara ' '
. Avpl to A. V..s.idaJley ,N'ahviUe,orl either
OltUilt-i a aua'd . , .
THoS.C MiAHI'BEl.l., ,
Six milestmtu Vashvillc.
. ( . A. McTAwPliELL, -
aprl f . Nashville.
A 'corNTiVv. KEslDKNCK .
Well Improved & rery Valuabi,
TWO and a hair miles from Nashville or. .-
the Murfreesbor' Turnpike Road. The i;'!
dwelling is ot Brick, built lu modern stylo ja?3S j
and very commediouF: containing 9 rooms
ot goodSiZJ.beaidcs haLs.aote-chambers, china clos
et, tlore room and cellar, and situated iu .
A. Beautiful Grove of Forest Trees.
The kitcha ,wash room and meat house ire also
of brick with ail necessary out buildings, auu n
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land.Df which twelve are in HEAVY TI.uPEK.
No bridge or railroad t vr?, aud the tll gute w ill
soou bo move I beyond.
ALSO adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lots,coutauiing from six to thirty acre
one or seveueen .-crcs, heavily timbered.
These laud? arc wed adapted to gardening being
near the cuy ami of free soil, t-lar ol rock. Posses
sion given at any time.
For terms ap y to th undersigned on the premi
ses, r ;it S3 College fire. t.
)iincS5-:ti A. H. FORD.
O HERRING'S SAFES, large size, will be sold very
w low in close aroti5ignment.
jar,el6-tl J. W. WILSON.
A New Supply of Ohio Hole Batter.
1 K07 POUNDS of Fresh Buuer Just re seized pej
Poland, and for sale by
tiiuj. t amfc-ijJS to.,
No. 27 College street
The Unprecedented Success
Wbifh has of late attended the use of
Lu X. SWEET S
INDUCES us to call tbe attention of aU those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial efiects. ' It is tbe only pi epi ra
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure li ytu areaftlicted try iiat once, and be
caret ul to use no oilier medicine in connection witu
it. It is compounded under the supervision of I. N.
SWEET who wilt iem n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
&f For sale at Demo v ill e'a and Deflrove's, and
by other Druggists. junelO-tf
Reynold's lew Work.
The Countess and the Pge, by G. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysteriels of London, ftc, kc.
' Just received by JOI1N YORK A CO.
If (he (.rave Could Speak
W- K should learn that one half of the children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no strotij! mediciues to children , but at once resort
to the Gnrt'eubcrg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
his ever been invented.
The Health Bitter?,
Fo' 2". rents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters kuomn invaluable for weak consu
lt tioi.2, dyspeptic hab.L, billions disorders derange
ment of th? stomach and bowels. Evety Ian.il
woul I use mem at tne present change of tte season,
at rt4-ir MACKENZIE & MINCHIV
Express to Clarksiille.
THE Suiiirn ExpressCompany respectfully an
nounce thatthey are now running xksseausks
tbrouli to Clarksville, via. E. 4 K.and M.C.ftl.
Railcars,and are prepared to forward to that place
and intervening points witb promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They wi:l also
forward to all places ou stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Rills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made,
fair" Office No. 19 Public Square.
fel17-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! FlaiTl! Flags!!!
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
iuibe band of every little boy aud gir.. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College ftreet,np stairs over Snlelds' Auction Ro m
Hungarian Grass Seed
JUST received, aud for Rate at a low figure 500
busbcls superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben aelected with great care, and was rais
ed in Hie Northern portion of Missouri -4s free from
dirt and all itunurities.
aprll-tf iw MIZELL, HOOPER U CO.
lim ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged aud Refurnished.
THK nnderigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, r-nd refur
nished it thoroaghout in the most elegant Hyle, will
open the bouse to the public on Thursday the 6th
inst. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
An Invoice of meerschaum Pipes. ,
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmtne,
and China Steins, whi h will bsvolt cheap at pri
vate sale ty rJf;.j. r. rsmta.us w cu.,
junela-tf Central Auction Rooms.
JUST received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cagesot
all styles, colors and prices, some as haudsomt
as ever brought to this market. Fur sale low by
fobs-tf . J. W. WILSON.
npHE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
I style of Edwards, Gilkeson tc Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkeoo retir
ing from the firm.
July 15, 1KO0. JU. tUWAKIB,
- J. K. GILKESON,
E. P. FJ1WARD8.
jo. dvisw, r." . aanats. a. r. snwaaos. ;
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.
(srmssoBSTo ed wards, oilxxbsos 4 co.) .
WILL CONTINUE THE
FOR WARDING AND COSSISSIOI EASINESS
At tteld stand, earner tfCuliegt and Chunk Is.
July 16lf-. , ,
A NO DECORATIONS of a kinds, and aires for
. Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 4 o Union street Is now prepared to furnish
th aaove In any aoan , wholesale and retail. Al
an, Fireworks of all ki a. Ordets - r . distance
promptly attended to. . . JOHN LUCK,
June-21-tX ; , : f ' -
New Steinwav Piano
IA.X IaticWs Music Store,
; N. 45 rstloa atreet. '
rpniS Instrument is warranted new -i i i
A and not s ix ty days from the man
afactory .as will be seen on examtna- M"" CWw
tioa. I will sell at manufacturer's If M tf
prae, without additional charge for freight. Thar
la want of a Piano will find U to their latareat
call and examine it before purchasing.
john luck; ' 1
as'17-tf It's tie Dealer, 44 Cam
L i J-
Insurance Company! 1
Capital $100,009! ALL PAID t. j
OrnCE At No. S6,Corner of CedarStret 'and the
7D-Ltakarif agnsLsiMrdaBr5 jrv - i
v V age by Fire oa Buildings, Gcmds, SttSf ''
Waresattd Ucrcliandlxe generally. Also, SJ.
on ribiptaenisagaiastloaaor damage bjr , i
Seas and Rivers, to and from all points." '"
ALtvS Risks on. Negroes against Ahe danpers-f
the -iver. . . . . .
. DIRECTOR-S 1 ' " - ' ;
ALEXANDER FALL, ' ' W. T. BERRY,.
, . ANTHOSV V. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EWLf, .
. JOILN" KIRKM.W, . - HUGH McCREA, : (
JAMES WOOIkS. . ' JOSEPH EDWAKD3, !
R. C. MoXAlllV, - IRBY MORGAV,
-'' -W. H. EfANS. -, :
. .. -ALEXANDEEyALL Preaident ,
JAMES WAIJCCR.Secretary. :. . auglS '
TENNESSEE MARIIVE .
FI RE INSURANCE COM PAN Y,
r ' Capital f 150,000 all paid Ini
OFFICE North-West Corneronhe Public qoar
Will take risks agawstiossor damage by fire
oa Dwellings and other Houses, Goods la Store, Ac. :
- AisoMaxiaaadRiyerbaxardstoandfrom allports.
, . AJO
fislcion Hegroetagairittthe Danger i9i the
iver. . ... . j
: ; otawTORs: ':; L ; ... '
JOHN M.HILL. JotiEPH YACLX !
JAMES CORREY THOMPSON ANDERSON '
O. M. FOGO. JAMES ELLIS. - ' '
ALEX. ALLISON , N . E. ALLOWAT
R. II. GARDNER. W. EAKIN.
- - JOSEPH VAULX, President
A W. BtiTLER .Secretary ; ' octEi
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander. Von Humbolt,with a Steel
Portrait, transLited from the two German editions by
El Furi.la by the author of Lamplighter.
P.utledge a Novel.
Aboriginal America , by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Tow, Jr., complete
Just received and Tor sale by
june'2-tf 41 College st.
1 p-HE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS &
K HOOPER is again Often, and the large slock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greiuly reduced prices, either al wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HUDDLESTON. Receiver.
t Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night bvexerienced Preecriptkmists.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Tli"" n.t yet supplied would do well to examine
th in, -u vie are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN CET?
U. C. McNAIRY & CO.
July 23 tf
NO. 25 COIJJXiE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
THE Iiucluros in this Dejiartment will commence on
the second MONDAY of November. 1860, 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 Cnited States. The Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors :
Hun. THEODORE IL McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
Admiral! v and International Law.
RAX DELL HUNT, Profsor oT Commercial and Crimin
al Law. and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS. LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
AI.FRED HENNEN, Professor or Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the Cnited Slates has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in tbe Union.
All communications must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
auglO-d&wl3Jmin Dean of the Faculty.
LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Bummer and Winter
Warranted freli. Just received and for sale by
angll-tf RAINS, BROWN fc CO.
W an tei.
BUSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
by A. JENKINS,
Na. 14 Son lb Market street.
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
McCASLIN & STRADER In the
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the afiairs
of the concern will be settled up only by me.
I shall continue tbe samo business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a Fliare of tbe public patron
age. J. D. STRADER,
Ii.rS A1K1 IaOXS.
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz:
Lota N'os. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street: 54 and 55 on
Washington street, each In L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lota No's, e, S31, 335 and 10 feet of S36, in Ewing's
Addition toNashville all unimproved.
Lts mob. 5,6 and 7, on High street, in the Plan or
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, 46 4 acres or f And on tbe Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
the city, adjoining the lands of Sam Cayce, W. B.
Kwing and others, and known as tbe Madox plac..
It will make a fine market garden. Call at once and
get bargains. . HOBSON & WHELESS.
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley n heless, with 87 acres of I .and, which has been
heretofore advertised and more defltcly described.
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
wnicn uue notice win re given aooui too ijom in a
new addition to Edgefield. N. HOBSON.
No Time to Wait for the Doctor!
A BOUT these times all children will eat green fru t,
IX. At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or Di-
rrhaja. No tim. then to send for tbe doctor. The
GraBfenberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al
su:h cases. No family ought to be without it in tbe
house. Its promptness has saved thousands c f valu
able Uvea in Tennessee ia the past few years. Only
0 cents a bottle enongh r.rt whole family for a
whole season. A fresh lot just received.
majis-tf . MACKENZIE MINCHTN.
COAL! CO Ala ! COAL,!
TTNTTL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
tbe Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
.T.iua; ai toe louowing prices:
Lump Coal, - per ton... 60
Round Coal, " 00
Nut Coal, . " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " -. S 60
Mr. Jon B. Laxo, will in future attend to tbe busi
ness of the Company iu this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNFW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, Angust 16, 1860.
Orders can be tea in Box No. 04, post OAVe. or
at tne Yard, back of tbe Nashville and Chattanooga
Kaiiroaa lie pot. JOHN U. ULNU,
augl7-tf ' - - Agent.
SNYDER & TRIZELL
. Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do. - So Leather-- do; --
do. M biaet" - - do; (a n.w article,)
Gent's Fin) Rota Leather Trnnks;
do. do. do. do. Valises. Ashiand and oth
er styles;) which they are ouertng at very re-
aucea ratea. lau at mo.za iudik Square. -june7-4f
v . ., ; ; . , ;
For Hale. ;
mHAT comfortabia dwellinr. Kn laS Honlb Pum-
JL mer 8treet( formerly the residooca of Kaasall
n out-Ion, uq.
- Also No 15 North Summer Street, the present rest
ui-ureoi waa.vorrej, aq. - Apply it .
J. KIHKWAW, President,
Angl-tf - Unioo Bank of Tens.
. . For Kent or Lease.
I WILL rent or lease my place sear tbe Marfreee
boro Pik two BiUes from the city for tbe present
year, or with the privilege of five years. Tbere ia
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen aad good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior land au liable for
raising an kinds of marketing.
f22-tf -; LOUIS LEWS.
.FaISSETT & GROSSMAN, ;
NO 51 MARKET VrREEy,' NA'HVTLLF, TENNESSIX,
Mannfattartrs cr.d Tho!e4ale and Srtail ;
DEaliXS u 1U xxvss or . - -r '
lIDIEi' AXD GOTS' TfilTELIXS TBEXKS,
BONNET BOXES, j
Valises, Carpet Bag?, etc, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those In want of
anything in our line, i wholesale or retail.) k ex
amine our stock before p-irchaing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other bouse
in tbe city. Our stock is aU of our own manufacture
aud is made of the best materials and by first-cbv
workmen. AU must admit the wisdom of baying work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East expressly for jobbing. ' '
- We especially invite the attention of tha La Jie3 to
; PATOT TBOS FOR LADIES. ;
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water -proof compartment lor Spooyes,
Oils. 4c. . -
Ail kinds of Trunk, made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. ' Give us a call, at 1 Market
street, two doors Soutta ot the Square.
jutteXf-dly - FAiiFlf 4 C20WMAW :
One of tbe most Popular and Benevolent
On Deader lc It afreet,
THE Dx-tor himself is an old 'Practitioner, f-om
tlie nil and thi; country , being already 15 yours
in America, haviug manfully and honorably sur
mounted alt tbe trials of the new w jrld , aud bat
tled and eutiquored death of the whole rane ol dis
eases 01 our different climates, South aud North, s
t-iat the fime of his success in tbe trtamentof gen
eral aud private diseases is mdiFputal.lt, Icr whiro
he has the most reliable references.
Special atuutiou paid to diseases of Fonsalc-s and
Children, aud much gratiucation us feeis.in gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate rjaes. Tor to
illustrate bis skill. He inconversant wlthiho Ameri
can, French and. German languages, and always
ready to teuder bis advice and tervie.es with polite-
oes,conscientiou ness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have bis asvice and
mediciues by consulting Lim through letters, im 13
ing a lee, to Post-office Box So. Z'M.
His Family Utsidenceis on North Market slroet.
On the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 ccnls per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfoit st.,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered, In the spacious Re
fectory. There Is a Barber's Shop and Rath Rikiuis at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. BEWaRi or Hcnners and HarKME.1 who say
we are full. IS. I'REiVCil,
THE attention of the readers of the Patriot, the
fjidies more especially, is rt quested by Messrs
MACKENZIE & MINCHIN, to the excellent Eefriger
alurs and cheap Fruit Jars with which tl.ey are low
supplying our citizeus. Tempests' fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted tor putting up ail kinds of Fruits
and Berries. Ibey are durable, simple and cheap,
aud the demand fur hem in so creiit that already
nearly three hundred dozen hive been sold
JOHN Gil AH AM,
LOUIsVILI-E, : : : : : : : KENTUCKY.
Has on hand and for sale, low for cash 2.500,000 feet
White Pine Lumber ot the beet quality wept -f the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot, Lnui?-
ville, Ky. auglft-dlawlni
1000 Dozen Flint Jars.
250 dozen 1 quart Class Jars, Screw Tap.
200 " .2 i " & ii
200 4i 1 " Tempest Stone Jar?.
125 " 2 " ( " 4
25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jar.
200 " 1 A 2 q'tart Tin Screw Top Cans.
AugSl-tf For sale bv J. W. WILSON.
Prrebd Cement Fioofin?.
8 IBS CHBAFK.TTAXn MOST nCBJIBLX BOOFIXG IS TSK. IT
13 firx axD iru FKOOa. 1 1 can be applied to xxw
and old doors or all rpi and to old shingle roofs
without rendering the shingles
TdE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-TTHRD THAT OF
TIN, AND 13 TWICE AS DURABLE.
GiTTA Pkkcba Ckkbst for preoerving and repairing
let and Metal Roofs of every description.
From its great elasticity, is not U-lurexi nr tne con
traction and eviiansion of metals, and tetZl not etack
in cold nor run in warm weather. Thoe matcnals
hare beeu thoroughly U-6lod in New tork aud all
parts of the Southern a-id Western Sute3, and we
can give abundant proof Ol ait we claim in tueir
Thry are readily applied by ordinary laborers , a I
a trifling e xpensu.
NO HEAT W REQUIPED."
These materials are put op ready for use, and for
shipping to all parts of tbe country, with lull printed
directions fur application.
Full descriptive circulars will te rurwar'ie.i ou ap
plication by mail or iu person, at our principal offi
ces 610 BKOAL'WAY, (opposite .t. Nicholas Hotel,)
N.Y., S49 FV I. TON KI'.", (opposite City Hall) BROOK
LYN. JOHNS & CROSLEV.
ill O O K E S
Office No. 21 College street,
OPPOSITE SEWANEE HOUSE.
E. D. WHITE, Agent.
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
Uf E have on hand several handred dosen Quart
' and Hair Gallon of those faaoas Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best a r tela yet invented
ftr tbe pseservatiou of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Sraawasaiuxa !
Tempest's Jars preserve RairBaaiusa I
Tempest' Jars preserve BLACXWxaisa I
Tempest' Jar preserve fra PlaxiI
Tempest's Jars preserve Psantnl
Tempedl's Jars preserve Picks I
' Tempest' Jar preserve QtUiCBS I
" -Tempest' Jar preserve CamiRnts I
Tempest's Jars preserve fun atom I
We liav.a full uppijv- ArtUur' Glass, Stone and
Tiu Jars of all sixes. .
ALSO. Ludlow' Glasand Tie Jars, all sues
wbica we areolferinB at cost prka.as we feel assured
that - .
Apple Pealers. '
lO dozeu best Turn Table apple pealers. '
AngSl-tf For sal. by - tTw. WTLSON.
IF Y0TJ WxNT A HOT PIRE
. uuuv tiik
JITN A CO A L
CrJen Can b; left ia Box 9t, P. 0.
Yard,batk of X. k C. B. E- Depot.
" an.J-4fi " Asent-O
Commission 1 JBcrcljaatsl
;. SlIEDLEY, EfliX & CO.,
e cc l v 1 1 a ii k - F o a w u r tl i i g
Loutr Whaif Boat,. . j
PADrOAif, KENTUCKY, j
A fhure'tS" rcbi:?. ralrcr.3."e rcpectollr
M. C. BRUCE, 7 i
Auctioi? k Commission Slerehani,
, CorucrCcdar anl ClierrT
KAKII VII, TEXNKSSEKj
dieof allclasaes. Satisfactiod sivea to rouciga
eesand parclxtsers as nearly a3 pcs?iLle.. Coaiiga
ecsof goods to this market will uud my auction rojmi
wc-11 lilted up, and the rjoi J will ho ?ld wittiotit e
lay and the piotiey paid over fi-t!j with.
N.B. Noyood' bouhlorad.liu my oa naecM-Ut.
Chaiges reasonable and liberal njvkui t-s tuude on
' W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
.... . ..CAR0NDELE1 5TREET..." 41
COTIIHSMOS & FCRWARDIaC MERCHASTS,
!Mo. 27 N.1TCIIEX STREKT,
(Dvtwcen Magazine andCainp,)
NEW OULF.AXS, I. A.
3IAXtFA( TURERS' ARTIILKS.
J7 & 0. KEAKIRT,
52 3eeond Street, Cincinnati, OhiJ.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, aborted color
Wire HedJles and Frames,
Steel Keeda and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooke,
ComL Plata, &c, &c.
AUSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Log Wood . Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &e., &c, 4c.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IX ALL KINDS OF
GRAIN AND PllODUCif,
Southern oideiS will be
the lowert market price.
iillihl uiili priuuptnes, at
Allison, Anderson & Co
IMPORTKItS A-U W IIOLBiAL DEAl ESS 131
FO It EI UK AND DOMESTIC
Ready -Made Clothing,
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
-asliYilIe, : : : Tennessee.
are now receiving and w ill in a few davs have
reaily for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stock. ever brouirht to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
our slock by the trade visiting the market, bofore
making their purchases, as we feel confident we cn
promote their interest bv giving us-a cail.
aug32-2ia AIJJSON, ANDEK.SOV k CO.
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court or
OS THE J1AS1S OP THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK ft CO. ,
Junclil-u- . No. SS Unioo street.
Xo. 25 College Street.
Agents for Oltl aud lie liable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
$5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
0, 0.0 0
Dohm With Tour Dust.
IF yon wish to sweep Sue Carpets wituoat injorin);
tham or rtisiug a dost, io J'ilE PA'lENT CAR-
Julyia-tf ' SAUaMUk c lll-N- Ml..
Fresla Corn Meal.
iV fi'r sale by
July 23, 180-tf.
EES I. F. 1UEUM
Jnsl Retried by
31. A. Parrish L Co.
BAGS Crushed Corn;
lOO bags Family Meal :
&m bags While Meat Cora.
Ladies9 Freiich Dress anil Pack
. 42 College Street,
. DEALER IN t !
Ladies' aad Gents' Fiac Treats,
HA3 received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Drews Trunks, of tbe latest at) U. Best
English tiule Ialbr steeJ during Trunks; Ladiea B-m-net
Boxes, single aad Double Top: YaH3, Bags, Ac,
for saljal very low prWos.
junea-tf jun.i aaaAun.
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! J
FlaAGS AND TOUCHES !
JOHN LUCK, 43 Uuioa ctreet, has now the best as
aurimuat ia Nashviil. of everything ia tin above
lino, which will be so.d, wholcaak aud rviail, as Uwa
a gad article can be bought anywhere. The Torch
arc something new, aud lac bust thing ever Introduced
for political proceasajcs. - , , augl4-tf -
Trunks! TranlLs! "s
TUFT received a few mora LADtX? LARGE FRENCH
f J DRESS TRUNKS; Sola Leather Trunks, Meet Spring
ALSO . '" ,- .
LADIES' BONXET BOXES, Trar Tops, very cheap for
auglMf - ' - 41CoUeg.strt. -
RATES .OF ADVERTISING
irv iivrs oa l to coasnTrra a socaas.)
Oneaare 1 day $1 Co eacbaa'ahneertia. . 60
1 vtvfc,: oi iacii to aie.uar
l i 00
. i .
Ssfwjii. it nriTir. 4
'lu-j-ja-rc.Ai eyear.5i e ictJd.ti.".i.3 :quar $10
Wr.u. n notice it ul be p-ven ta lake ..t -nt stop
a-Iiv, ttnofcta. vei-lv -vcrtJ-. tf he;..; r't;r
ctp!re?.fti,. rws. aeshslir oar? t I toil.
Nur.M:Hct o'e.srIv .ilvcriis.i. t.U. '"it dun
tiuucJ -it!niu:tiri-ri.-i:.-trfiici i.w-,id-iituk.hrge
iiifir less Uiaa .: yea? it ti-a' ratu..
AdTerti2e rt tx ttcci or 1 1 t ; 1 1 toi-ii tc
From VISC:iES,U'TEN k CO., Gcne.-il Advertlslog
House ,A ppletoa Buckling ,1-18 bmadway
. New-Yoik. ....
lalC.UT! LIGHT!! lalGHT!!
MaTtTirrrKiKSor inrmovxa ,
Kerosfuf . Camphene, Fluid, and Oil tnd
; GAS FIXTURES,
C U A X 1 E Ia 1 E R S,
w MHITtOUIir. .
CHUP.CHE?.COIXEt.5, AND PUELIC BU1LIjxq
No. Ii2 miiamSt ree t Jiear Fulton , New-York.
- febo try . .
1Hi Tork Pianos.
SKtabliMlied Iu 1S28.
ri w. 4'iiAkittKn,
(Formerly Dtibo;s & Stn.'ait,and Duloi.Bacou k
Harcroomi la the "Itlble loue.j
Cor. StU si ice t and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
Thifis a reliul.lo place to purchase. Orders bv
letter laitlilulU- tiii uii.l, aud pcrJcct sitifactioa
N. tl. Send !r a circular, wilh ilescriptkin of
i-t les ai.d acueduld .f prices. m irio-ira
Pnr.ee Imperial CHampagnc.
Et.M by all ri siM-rlaMe Dealt rs througbout
rpiilS Cue brand of Champagne, which until tbe
A pastyTur itascm u,d rxilutiv.ly t.. the best ta
ble f the C nt.i.ei-t of F.i:ro;e, h.ia now tibtained
the must nnhoun :eil ruercs and popularity iu this
country. It is reo niu iii!ed by s me of tbe flrst
Phj sicians if the cii.v t,f Ncu York, over all other
inef, oi ac.coiii.tot it extM-me purny aud delica
ry,aud thi..; i once try it rarely uWe any other
brand. AIUionjli i-niy ore year ha- -l isu d since
its Mitrmlm tion int.- I! ia country, the dtniatid is
encrnious, and consiantly increasing. Our arrange
uit ute are -iu h b !.. ensure the quaUly of the Win
bcii.g uiaititaiued at lis present hij.h fal.vndard. The
Prince Imperial is iuiortt-d solelj- l.y us, we being
the s.le Agents or bsi. Da Yrvoas A Co., In this
country. E. V. IMCCIIWOUT & CO.
N.s. 4j3 , t'.'Q an.) Broadway , New Yotk.
'uld it Nrehvi'!.- by M. A' E. F. tllEATHAU.
Cru. r ol Church ai.d College sts.
D Forest, Araislroug & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 fit, 62 CHAMBERS ST., NEW iOSK,
T OUI D Dotily the Trade lhat they are opening
t V Wi i-kly , v.i u.' and licaut:u. paueriis,
Tim WAIISITTA 1111 NTS,
A New 1'iit t, winch e .-:;. vrry Print in lite Couu
try fur pcrfifrtion i x.ci:iiii and t vaiu full
JJji ii.-r t'olurs. our I'ru.n aie r:ieairr ti;au any in
Ihe market and me4iLK iih t-xt uive aale.
Jj - Ordvrs proiiill; n-te'nlett to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
iiroadivay, .ew Vork.
UJ HEX compl 'te I i i yr ar ng. tbe St. Nicholas
was universally prnuuiicei Lie most magnin
cer.t, cou venient and tiioruiclily o ganized estab
lislimcnt of the kind on this couuuent. V Iiat it was
then it remain to-dity withuut a nvkl in size, in
Kumptuousuess, abd in tue general tk-ments ot com
furl and enjoyment. Tb Hotel has accommodations
for 1000 gueslR, including luO complete suites of
aparimecid fur families, ix huudr.d persona eaa
bo comfortably seated at the table of its three pub
lic d;ning room?, and MUhing tual uio!nru art has
devircd lor the roiiveuience and social gratification
of the traveiii.g public baa been nmitted in its plan,
or is ueglecAcd iu iu praci icai delirtis. The early rep
utation ol the hou.-e at home and abroad, derived
from its m.ignitu-le, its superb appointment, and it?
uotue-likecointorts au i luxuru's.has been euhaucod
every year by the unwemcl evert ion tif the propil.
lira iivr.atn i.i.i., n tiircUMB CU
For PInia Stoeking siid Fancy - Enittin?,
Jkthines or Knittiiif,.rruWers, ?Lirt, It.,
OF AIX SIZES.
Bib HacMnescf l&l,2&l,2&2and32Eio,
OS DAXO AX1 MADS TO OUUI.
riHEPE Machines nse the plain English Spring
JL Needle, on a new principle, and are the rh.ji.-
est aud m8t rapid n.ai Lines lor kinitirgin nse.
me uoiict tat.nl amily a. n ruing Vac bines for
family and l'lantatvm use, is a new and successful
feature in ihe useful in ventio(.s ol the age, and ranks
iiu ibe Scwii'g Machine.
AUKSCT AXO BALKS kXFX,
K0. 577 BROADWAY, KEW T0UK,
Jnuell-im HENRY C I HE, Ageut.
Fresh Fruits all the Year!
I?tJR UTi I.1TY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY AND
SAFETY, is unequalled l'-r pres.-rvlug Fraits ia
a I'reshsLite. in any cliuiateiu indetliiite time. Ha;
iug used toene Iiottles, we hud I Km exceedingly
convenient and just the thing waited.
JOHN J. 1 ImiiAS, in KegUier ot Rural Aflaira.
For dt scripti ve and price circulars, adureas Pre
rtU, at Walworth, Wavne bouuty , New York.
V S t-a 1
5 Mi mite
ICE CREAH FREEZERS,
A Improved for 1851).
Tnn fiAnnui Iao.v Covau asp Bottohs TnnrxB.
rpHE only Freexer known which Is constructed oa
JL true staienlinc priucipte.
TaeCheapetl, 'teat aud luoH I'coDOiuical; reqairtux
U-n ice and ieaa tanor Uiaa an t oilier, being at the
same uiue lb mos durab.e 10 airuciare, aatd must
certain ia is ulcerations.
Sole Agent for Hie UuiieJ gtttes.
. . E. kEKH-VM CO.,
Ua!iufactnrers of J panned and
li.iaiti.en Tin Ware. .
teeis-ain 283 Pearl street. New Tork.
FK SAIJ BT ;
RAINS, BllOWN k Oti.
E are in receipt of a shipment ot the finest '
CohVeever received ia Nashville, which we are
offering to the tra.le at tow Ben re.
. AuK-tf. allEIX, HOOPER Jt CO.
UODEVS LAI4E' BOtK, for S.itemberr
OODEY'S LADIES' COOJi, for September.
rETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for S.Utnber.
PETERSON'S UAGA'.'.IXK, f. Seidembw.
Just risceived, and 6 sale by - .
JolIN YORK CO.,
auglS-if . . No. JS Cnioe street.
Bt A LADY OF NEW KXULAND. Cloth, U w
Price tl 36. Fi sate by - - F. HAGANj