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PUBLISHED DAILY. TJRI. WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A; S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET.
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NASHVILLE, TENK TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, I860
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. Weekly, per annum, 3 ft
tae Weekly for two years, ortwa Week iea
1 for 00 year, ia advance.............. a M
Waea the Daily. Tri-Weekly, or Weekly t to be
diacoaUBaed( paid ia a4vaice at tbe timesnbscribed
or), the sabsenber sct order, oarwiae it will be
eoau&ae4,ator adoption, antilpaid for and stopped,
f not pad, it most be paid at the time of discoctina.
ace, or at ourupito. If the party is good, it will be
eat aatil paal.
Remittance by nmiil, la " registered " letters, at
Steam Press Printing Concern!
A. S. CJLUP & CO., Proprk tors,
Ha. IB Xte&dariek Street,
; PuZi. d JKuLj, Tri WfH and Weekly -
.id per annum.
13 per anfiuin-
w 1' irfcvr is an earnest, active aa4 in.ieiati6.ibl
scpponer of the Cututitutaonal Union cause, and ia the
i"esent canvass for the Presidency wul u-e every hon
onbk eSbrt to promote the election of Bru. and Ever
kt To enable us la Uoor with increased e!GCi--ocy
we &;fc otir party frindi to aid D3 tn extaJtug its cir-
By tt fxircbin ot ibe prkuiin; e.-Liblishmi.t of tbe
Xtitt. mad rreiu additions of w matermls from tha
fcjindrjpg. the Job Omci of the Patriot Las been mad
the largest and most oomplme in the South Wt. It is
aiso supplied with the most competent workmen.
?teatn has been applied to our presses, which are of
the best tindj. We ar prepared to print, in the hh
Mt ityle of the art, plain, in Cutors, or brucz?,
FEOGEAMMES.. BILLS LADLN'G,
mOW CARD3, mow BILL3,
BILL HEAH9, BALL TICKET?,
R.ILEOAD work steamboat work.
DIUY TICKETS, rIPLOM.i,
And, Indeed, everything from the smallest Tip (4 th
mammoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the laren
Tee Luge circulation of the PTmOI. prtly augmen
ted 07 the addition thereto of tha s-ubscriptira K-u of
AVici, randers It an evelient advertisitig meUum.
Xooe better tn the city.
4 We ;slicit orders,, at our olBce, Xo. id Depes-
A. S. CAMP CO.
1HAVT THIS PAV ASOC.TATET VaTTHEW AI'DT
with in basine., the name of the una to be
Bbert Moore 4 C BtjBFRT .MiXRE,
Jnlyl.lsoO. 4 i Walnut t reel.
IlOIiEIlT MOORE K CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
IVo. 49 Waluut street,
Puahaje and stil. exclusively on commission. Flour,
Beon, Cher, Butter. Seeda, Oils, Dried Fruit, Can
dles, Snap. Cordage, Brooms, Bucket3. Tubs, and arti
cles of Domestic Manufacture and PRuDl'CE generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A. II. ROSCOE &. CO.,
WHOLSAX AHD SETAIL DEUGG1STS,
. W. Corner oT Bioad and Market streets,
We. ax preared to execute orders for Drae
Bind IeliClnes and all articles prriaiu
lnf to the Drag Business, with despatch ad at the
loet market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore 10
have every article of as good quality as represented
and in 110 injtanca will anything be put up that id of
m doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
Urt established is selling none but Pare Drufrs and
Medicine. ,aod we, therefore, inTite you to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
show j on inducements seldom ottered in thi or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs we hava
constantly on band a lar? stock of Perfumery,
Coups and Toilet Articles, White Lead, Linseed Oil,
iBrpenliC ViniAM, l'ir? and Wines for medi
ia now open lor the reception of Visitors. n and
after Tuesday the 3d day of July Mr. JsKkB
pAXsaa wul run an acrommf dition Omnibcf. leaving
the Sewane Honse ever; Tuesday , Thursday , and
Satarday at 6 o'clock, A. X .arriving at the prim;
In ainner tare two dollars office and register at
ewanee House. Ihd medical qualities of these
Tprlngs are well known. For dyspepsia, diseases of
the liver, and for complaaits incident to temaleo,
they are nnsurpassed. There are five snlpbnr
prines of d.nerent qualities, besides free stone and
newl diacavered chalybeate.
TermsPer Day t!
" Week 8 00
" Months 30 UO
Hcrte pr week 3 50
; CL.Mrt n and servants h.If price.
WM. T VEATMAX,
E. J. KREiDFJl, .
Xelegrapb Cltalybeate Springe.
this water is bronght four hundred feet In ten seconds.
ft takes pleasure ia informing the public that he e
L now ready to a ait on all who may favor him
wh a call.
This Spring Is situated on the east 3lde of Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
from (4 to $6; One Peran. it; by tbe ui Ink, S cents,
taymrut in advaiu-e.
Caibsn&K of Iron, Carbonate ot Lime, iulpbaie
Magnesia, Sulphate of Lime, Uurm'e of Magnesia,
ilnriaie of Soda.
The specioc gravity ot the fresh wiuer as
1.01:22-- distilled water being takou as a standard
1 understand that the water has already been hen
chela! to several invalids. It will he benedcWl to a
greater degree when taken fresh from the Spring
1 should pronounce it stlmalantand tome, and adapt
ed, consequently, to casesof debility, accompanied
with an anemic condition of the system, and contra
mdveated la plethoric and inflamatory states.
There Is no dnobt that tbe Spring kept by Mr. W.
L'rx at the eastern end of the Suspension Bridge fe
good Chalybeate water, and that it Is adiled to
many diaecses of debility. B. W. Hall, M. D-, &.
Thompson, M. D., Henry Carow, M. D..T. R. Job
ningrs, M. P., B..yd Uc.airy, M. D..R.C. K. Martin,
M. V. . jube2S-2nv
Valuable Towu Lots
c o 13 7, w
IaA x i s
I AM ottering for U . on reasonable terw, Ike
foiiowing property: Ob handKome Buddimr Li
n tbe 7th and 8m Wards ot Naphville.
Mute Houses and Lota of various dimensions, from
targe to small comfortable restaences at kiw pra.ee
" Una double three story Business House n Broad
street, occupied at present by Hardcastle Co.
One Tract of eboett2 acre, three miles out oa
the Nashville and Chattaiooga Railroad, Irame house
and Well part of the l.ucod or Crutchtr tract, good
aoil. - ' ....
One Tract of aboat 31 acrt , on the Murfreesboru'
Torvplk road, at us junction with tbe Stone's River
Turnpike one hah mile ool .adjacent to W. B. Levts
and other my Bncsr-yan property.
OneTiactt-f about 3d acis, eight miles out, near
tha Murfreesboro' Turnpuvr tiood improvements,
good water and timber.
One Tract of about 0 acres oa the Franklin Col
lege and Stone's river Turnpike, T miles out 30 acres
' .cleared, balance good timber and well watered.
One Tract of about 13d acres, ad lucent to same on
the Kaxl, frosts on said Turnpike over WW poles
aearty all good Umber and soil good.
Oa Tract ei aboat 150 aires, tea miles out, near
Smith's Springs, one mil od a balf Korth of the
M or ireeaboro' Turn pike . mostly well t im be red , about
. u acres cleared aud several other lots and tracts
of land ia Nashville aud vicinity.
For further paruealari tail oa Nasal & Woonwakn,
. No. Hi Cherry street.
Young Negroes at fair price will be taken in rx-
change lor to above.
Juiii lm iaa JAMES M. Ml'KKI.L.
Ltadles' Bona t I.oxcs. .
JCSt received a Urge assortment of ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single and aeuble top and lry.
Also. Ladies' dalchela and T.-avei.rg Bigs, which
J atfer vry ebaap fur cash.
js23-tf 2Colgt street. .
Nasbillle and Chattanooga U.K.
Change of Schedule.
OS AXI AFTEB , l .
Sunday next, April I860,
Panaetigpr Trains will ran aa follows:
Leave Naehville at 4 a. - and 3 r. M.
Arrive at Chattanooga lai r. M. and l.iix. a.
Leave Cbattanoca at 730 - Jt- and 50 r a.
Arrive .iai . . - -
1 A LI. rail connection, and shortest route to Bn-toa,
Xa. Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Citv. Richmond, Petersburg. Lynchburg, Knoivilie,
bvannah, Charlesloa, Mlutgomery, Memphu, New Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Traiiu 00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chauanoooa
with TrajLS on Ea5t Tennessee ana Georgia and West
ern and Atlantic Railroads.
Through TkJcets may be had at any Lour on ai pl.ra
Im to Tuiet Azent. at oQce at liepot, to the foliuw iii
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New Y-Tk, via. Charleston, ?. C. $27 7A
" ' " " E. T. k Va. roaie, 30 Si
' " " Savannah 27 76
Philadelphia, " " 27 W
Baltimore, ' " " to 7
Washington, " " 2a 30
" Richmond, " ' "ii 00
Petersburg, " " ' 25 00
" Lynchburg, 3 75
" Salem, "j 21 &
Big Tnel, I iai 75
Chris- -isbiirgi f Virg Ji 5pt uSj Is) la
Shawsiiie, i " - 20 7a
Knoxville, 10 60
" Coarlesu-n. 'SI 00
Savannah 21 00
Macon, " 1 00
Augusta, Td 60
Columbus, .! 60
" Moctynmei j 18 00
HaiitsviUe, 1 O0
Grand Junction 1100
Memphis, 1 0D
New Orleans, 25 00
nolly Spring., if3 , 12 00
" Canton, I3 60
apr30-lf F W. COLE. Siiperiuledent.
fftHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
X in connection with the Road below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston aud Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower Epead, but with the same
certainty as their pj?3enger Trains. Nodelay to freights
by thi3 route. E. W. COLE,
Cltarleaton and Savannali
Bairi Re dnefit and Speed Iiurcasrd.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
after the 24th of December, lSi9, throofrh rates
from New York to Nashville:
First Cla, per 10O puunds $1 64
Second Class, 1 So
Third Class. - " . 1 16
Fourth Class, " " 99
Hats, Caps and Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and four days.
Tice from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine ahiys.
intervening Sabbuth3 cause the above variations in
time, as no freight train? are run on Sunday over three
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except dniiises occurring at sea) promptly
adjusied by the Nalu ille raid Chattanooga Railroad on
dohvery. C. W. ANTERSON'.
Frei'ht U tw Tork and PhLIadelpIiia
Colltm and Vlour.
CDARLESTOX AND SAVAXA'AIT.
I'ouou per bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight 4 tli
Flour per barrel 1 5
No insurance necessary except from Charl-ttoa and Sa
vannah to New York ana Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the option and exine of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at i to 2 16 less than i-nuon not
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad.
C. W. ANDERSON,
dec23-tf General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNK i lib
Little .llianii aud Cdliiiubu and
e nia and
flN'TI, HAMILTON & IIAYTO.Y
1860 Wimm I860
From CINCINNATI to
Ronton in 32i hours.
Philadelphia' in 26 hout.
Siiratoga Spring" m 25 lirs.
Rilialo in 16 hours.
Cleveland in 8'i hours. .
Wheeiand ui9i hours.
Crestline ini hours.
Sandusky in 10 Louri.
New York in 30 tj hours.
Baltimore in 24 S hour.
Albany ia 2o hours.
Iiunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12?i hours,
teuheasville in 10, burs
yneTVille in 6 hour.
Toleda iii 9i hours.
12 x bogrs.
Throush Trains lean Cinciiuiati as follows:
7:30 A.m. EXPRESS From Little Miama
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Ham ll tod it Dayton Depot,
connecu via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Buffalo;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Atolumbus,
Steubensvllle and piUfburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Put -burg; via Columbus, Bellair aiul Ben wood.
7:30 -A. EXPRESS From Cincinnsti,
Hulnilton and Ivtroit Depot, alo connect via- Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and
10 A. 1TI. UXPBESS From LUUa Misimi
Depot, connects via. Columbus, Bellair ami Ben wood,
via- Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; Via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buualo. .
6 I. PI. EX Hit. ESS From Cincinoatl, Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky. .
modern Sleeplns Cars on this Train,
11 1. IH. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Df-pot, connects via. Col umbus.Steubensvlll and Pitts
burg; via. Columbus, Jielliar and Pittsburg; Via. Co
lumbus, Belliar and Bea.wood; -via. Columbus, Crestline
and l'ittoburg; via. Cobonibus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
lodern.Sleepin,s Cars on this Train.
Passengers for LaJoe Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. 11 , have 6 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. 31., make direct connections.
Tu C P. M. Exprtts, Saturdays, males all ccrn
urclions as cul&trtiatd, except for Detroit
and yoints in Canada.
The Might Express run Daily, Saturdays excepte.
All other Train run. Jttily, Saturdays excepted. -
Trams run by COLCMBTS TIME, which it 7 Muiuteai
faster tUan C1NCLVNATI TIME.
Baggage Cbeclted Tlirougts tt
all Kastern Cities.
PassecgJrs ehould bear In mind that the "CEV
CLNN'AH" is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Road3 are thoroughly
fi.UJ5TED, and all modern improvements adopted
Insuring strut, omcfukt and 5AFETY.
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILRO-VD TICKET
OFFICES in the WIST aud SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
P. W. STRADEB, General Ticket Agent, Cin'ti.
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
CHANGE OF SCHEDUI.E,
Commencing Sunday, June 3d, I860.
, PASSENGER TRAINS. . ,
Leave Nashville a.. ..'..4:15 a. m. and 3 r. si.
Arrive at Nashville at .10 a. m. and 5 r. Jt.
FREIGHT TRALXS. -' .
Leave Nashville at.. . ..530 a. a.
Arrive at Nashville at 1.11.4:44 r! a!
THK Morning Train going South conaerta with Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad at Decatur
The Evening Train going South connects at Columbia,
with Tram to Mount Pleasant and Pulaski.
The Evening Train going North makes dose coohec
tiua at Nashville with Louisville and Nashville Rail
road from and after Monday, May 7 in, to Iouisvilleand
all Eastern cities. But one train on Sunday.' -
W. O-N. PERKINS,
juDe-tf - . . ttapcrmteadent.
Extra Faniilj Flour. -'
ie A yttgTt Extra rasniiy Floor , mas uXactur
1J U trom choic Whit Whtv to arnv t-
day.aad for sal br - i . -
mirU-tf JCZKIi, J0T CO. ...
Great . Twatlonal Wonte.
To Baltimore, Philadelphia,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AND ONLT. ROAD TO . l -
AND B1LTO10RE AND OniO
ff TERMINATE at BaRimore and Washington City on
i the East, :.nd Cnluiubiis "O the West, a which
places it connects w.nh Railroads for ant fnim ail
points in - . i , : -
Th? Wfst, 5outhvnt and Norlhwrst.
. P..-.-' liters by this route can visit the cili s of Balti
more, Phibvdelihia. New York and Bubiou at the cot
of a tieket to New York or Bietua aicne by other linef
Through tickets can be procured via. Washinrton
City to the Eastern Cities at an additional chat go oi I o
dollars only. , , .
Skx.-ping Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GftOI VSTIL VSKD, . .
With the Tivilege of stopping on at ail jh Inripal
Buains Mk or Travf4ers, for Pleaaure or lufiirma
tion. can. visit ad the Fjuteru Cities at a comparatively
Finall espco.se. The scenery is celebrated for its won
derful beautv and sublimity; it ts unequalled in tbe
world. Its i ystem of Iay and Night Track Police; its
SplendidVqUipment; it." exclusive Telegraph Lkies; its
large amount U douulu track; iu flnc Hotels, (under
, I... .rr;i!ui nf the Curaiuuv.) ensures t- the pas-
senser . " ' I
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT, r
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Through tictM3 and oageage cneca5; ran o ui.
at all the princifAl Railroad and Steamboat offices in
the VTcet. . - . - -
Aft ir.r TicketB via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. CMrTH,Ma?terof Transiortaiioii.
I M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
V F. FULLER, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen I Ticket Agent, C. O. B- R.
Edgefield &. Kentucky Railroad.
iVasiiviile to ClarltsTille, Hi-
kmsTille, KusseHTiiie, ate.
ON AND AFTER
. Saturday, April 7111,1860,
Two Trams to and from CUu-ksville daliy.
GOING NORTH. -
teave Nashville at 6 30 a. at. and 2 4c r. a.
.arrive! Clarksville 10:25 a-n-and 7 15 r x.
LoaveiarJc-Tillo at 6 A Jt. and 2.4i P. M.
Arrive at VashvUle 10 a. m. and 7 r. Jt.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of stages to Russellville, and at
Taifs Station, near State line-, with Slaughter t Co. ;i
daily line of four horse coaches to Hopkinsville, Ky.,
via. Trenton. Pembrake, ic.
From Hopkinsville stages leave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah. Smithland, Eddy ville and Henderson..
Fare from Nashville to Henderson $4 50.
A. ANDERSON, .
apr7-tf" - ' - Chief Engineer."
Notice to Shippers.
F' being of the utmost importance for the proper
protection of the Track, aud to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight train, 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 day3 from this da te, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule nations only. ...
Hate on Flour Reduced.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
at Nashville, Wartrace, Sheibyville and Stat iocs
on K. tc C. R. R. between Nashville" and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Iiollar per barrel through.
E. W. COI.K,
Sup't of Transportation N. C. R. R.
XiOUisville and NasUvlllc
K Alia ROAD.
CHANGE OF TIME.
ri0 through Express Passenger Trains between
X siaativille and Louisville, making close cennec
tiuas at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buualo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
On and after Strxiuv, Jciy tbs 8th,18e0, trains
will run as follows:
First Malllrain leaves Nashville at 50 A Jf. dally,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow June.
tion,FJizabetbtovtn,andallregularstations when sig
nalled by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leave Louisville at & :10 A.M., stop
pin? as above, and arriving ia Nashville at 2:15
Sccondtrain,Expree, lea vesNasa ville at 6:60 P.M.
dally, Sundays excepted, stopping as am train, and
arriving in Louisville at 8.-00 A. JL Returning leaves
Louisville a :20 P. If., stopping as above, and ar
riving in Nash viileat 3:05 A. M.
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 4:80 P.M., and arriv
ing in Gailatiu at6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00A. M., aad arrives In Nashville at 9:10
Through UckeU on srJe at the Depot for all points
Xortb, East and West, with a choice of the many dif
ferent routes. '
JNO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent..
A. J. Fikld, General Ticket Agent.
' 3 ECONOMY! i
Ai aceidtnti will happen, even in vtll regulated fami
Si'i, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
aiieia way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLTJE
meet all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and np to the
sticking point. There U no louger a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation is nsed cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
more adhesive. .
"CFFJTL IN EVERY HOUSE." I
JT. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 26
cents. - .
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street . New York. .
Addre-s, HENRY C. SPALDING CO., '
Box, No. 3.OO0, New York.
2t up for Dealers in Cases cnnlaining Four, Eight.
taiyA Twelve Dozens beautiful Lithographic bhow
Ca id aoomnpanyiug each package.
t a a smeie bottle of gPALPlNtJ's rru-j-AKrjj
GL l twill save ten times Its cost annually to every
oU bv ail ormineut stationers, Drntreisis, rtara-
wurc - and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Oa antnr merchants snoaM tnau a aote oi trAi.
DTNt PS PREPARED GLUE, when mabng up their list.
It wil.' stand any climate. : JaU0-ly
. Sltelton's , Marble iWorka!
Church street, next door t Cornelius's Cabinet siiop
T A'aftlinlle, Tenn., . K
THE nderiroed would iatnrm his friends
and the public generally that he will con
tino the MARBLE BUSINESi ia this city, at
hi. Bhtn. next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, oat Church street, and calks attention to
Marble monuments. Tombs, etc.
Which he has on exhibitioa aud tor sale, embracing
rreat variety, finished in tbe most superb manner.
Hew prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
Varblet&fantlea-: and every description of Marble
iT hSLV American and Italan Marbl. , His
wr wUl.as LoreVofore, be waranted, and hhi prices
.nit iIia limes.' -- M. It. cHELTON !
janle If-. . i . .
SCUUETZE & JLUDOIaFF,
MANCTACTURERS or Iaosr Fsamb,
GRAND, SQUARE and PARLOR
U HAND PIANO FORTES, mad with
.ii -. - , t . iwl tire to
superiori'.y of tore, touch id drraDllity, UOl..
UtDALS awarded at th Fairs in Nw York, 1
6and 5,and ia St, Loals, 1S59. Dealers. Scho
and Families will aava moos; br calilng before p
cbaaiug. Ail lnstrameDtt gaarantaed for three'
cri-a. v.jt Vft-.ir fb21A
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
I FOR S ALE:
ITTLSHING to make other investments, p'o
VI pesetosclUllonr RealEstateia Daviasoaco.,
a follows :
! That Suburban" Residence,
situatedeatb Franklin Turnpike, within baKa mile
of the city , and opposite the residence of the late Jo
aeph W. Horton. This is. perhanr, the most com
manding site ia the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
nioatdes rablccouatry residence. Tbe house will be
ld with 12 or lSacresoflandasthepurchasermsy
That Valuable Farm
knowoastheSitrj Tract.sitaatedon th KmUhTura
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash
ville, containing 330 acres. The soil is Rood, it is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of tweuty acresand upwards, all of which ar
admirably adapted for country residence, market
gardfcukaad dairy larms.. ALsohat .. .
tuaow road , now occupied bj T.C MeCampbcil,
auu formenr owned by Tom Harding, remaining
about i0 acres. Tbis place i? so well known as to
noeU no further description It willalso be divided
to suit purchaser. T.C KcCinipbol!w l'.-itiowt tiess
placesti any one Lu w.llrall.
Allttieabo e.roucrty will be sold on r-as.nable
terms, unu oi. a i-khuiiI one , two, three and four
Aj-pi toA . V.i?.L.indk-y ,Na?hvilie .or to eitber
fifuS. C ilcCAMPBEl J. ,
Aix railed roui -Vasbvilli .
J. A . MrCAMPBELL,
A CO V A TItY RFSIU K CE
Well Improved & rery Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on
the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. The '!
dwelling is of Brick, built in modern style Ha
and very commodious; containing 9 rooms
oi good sise, besides hahs, ante-chambers, chinaclos-et,-tore
room and cellar, and situated in
i. Beautiful CroTe of. Foitit. Trent.
The kitchen ,wash room and meat house ire also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, ana a
The place contains thirty -two acres of excellent
land, of whichtwelve are in HEAVY TTilPEK.
No bridge or railroad to p3,and the toll gate w ill
soon be more l beyond.
AI1 adjoining the above, several beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to thirty acres
one of seventeen .cres, heavily "timbered.
These lands are w ell adapted to gardening being
near the City and of free soil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at auy time.
For terms apply to th? underf .gued on the promi
ses, or at 33 College street.
June5!5-.Uf A. H. FORD.
fror Sale. - - .
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large sise, will be sold very
low to close aconsignment.
junel5-tt , J. W. WILSON.
A New Supply of Ohio Eole Butter.
1 fiQ7 POUNDS of Fresh Butter Justre3ci-ed pel
lt)tJ I Poland, and for sale by
BENJ. F SHIELDS It CO.,
aprft-u ' No. 27 College street
The I npreceientfd Success
Wbieh lias of late attended the use of
" Lu X. SWEET S
INDUCES ns to call tbe attention of all those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
tbe most beneficial e fleets. It is tbe only prepira
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure. If yen are afflicted try it at once. and be
careiul to nneco other medicine in connection with
it. It is compoo nded nnder the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who wilt return the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
jag- For sale at Demoville's and DeGroveV, and
by other Druggists. junel6-tf
Reynold's New Work.
The Countess and the Page, by G.W.M . Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of Iindon, &c, &c.
Just received by - JOHN YORK a CO.
If the (.rave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of tbe children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no strong medicines to children, but at once resort
to tbe Grtefrnberg
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitters,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak coa.-ti-h
tious, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange
in nt of the stomach and bowels. Every tamily
woul 1 u.e them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & MINCFI1V
lra.atAon r a sln sal a-iar! I I a
LiApiSS tv viainsiiiic
THE Souiuern Express Company respectfully an.
nounre tbattheyare now running visicgeks
through to Clarksville, via. E. Ar K.and M.C.ltL
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
and inter veningpoints with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places on stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'c. ,
collected and prompt retnrn made. .
rf Office No. 19 Public Square. '
febl7-tf A K.HOLT, Superintendent. ,'
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! Flags".! Flags!!!
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday Sr-hool Children asa Flag
inthe hand of every little boy and girt. I.L'CK is
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over Sblclds' Auction Ro in
Hungarian Grass Seed
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 600
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has hen selected with great care, and was rais
ed in tbe Northern portion of Missouriis free from
uirt and all impurities,
aprll-tf aas MIZELL, HOOPER ft CO.
TOE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, .
Enlarged and Refurnished.
THE undersigned having taken tha ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, end refur
nished it thoroughont in the most elegant Myle, will
open the hens to the public on Thursday the &lh
inst. , SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dif co .
... An Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plaiu Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, wlii h will be soil cheap at pri
vate sale by BENJ. F. SHIELDS u CO.,
Junelo-tf Central Auction Rooms.
JCST received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages ot
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomi
as ever brought to this market . For sale low by -CrbS-tr
- J. W. WILSON.
rTDK Copartnership beretofone existing under the
J. style of F.dwards, tiilkeson ii Co., is this dsy
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkeson retir
ing from the firm.
July 15, 186. JO. EDWARDS,
J. K. GILKESON,
K. P. EDWARLS-
- X. r. SDW4RW.
EDWARDS; HARRIS & CO.,
' (srOCeSSOSS TO BPWASBS, GIIKKRfOX & CO.)
WILL CONTINUE THE
FOSWJRDOG AXD COMISSIM BUSINESS
At OueUand, corner tfCoUege and Church sts. ,
AND DECORATIONS ef a -kinds, and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
- LUCK, 45 Union street is bow prepared to furnish
tht abov in any quan , wholesale and retaiL Al
so, Fireworks of all kl' Ord ers r t distance
promptly attended to. - - JOHN LUCK.
New Steinwav Piano
vAt. aUueWsJatuslc Store, :
I7nlta strwat. . - . ;
THIS Instrament is warranted a.w mm, m i ' '
and not.ixty dayi from tb man- r 1 '
ufactory , as will b seen on xamina- ffV". OjTf
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's V li
price, without additional charge for freight. Tboe
la want or a Piano will find it to their latrat
call and exstaino it befor parcBatlBg. - i
. .. ... u. ... - , .... -.-JOHN LCCSL- I
aalT-tf - Katie Balr. 44 Cotes
Capital $100,000! ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. 26, Corner of CadarStreet and th
ajFTlXLtake risksagainst Loss or dam-,
tt age by Fire on Buildings. Goods'
on Shipments against loss or damage by sst
seas ana Hirers, to and from all points,
ALe Risks on Negroes against the dangersof
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,;
; ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EWIN, . .
JOHN KIRK Vf AN , , HUGH MoCREA, " '.
JAMES V1XJD. " ' JOSEPH EDWARDS, '
R. C. Mc.YAIRY, - ' IRBY MORGAN, .
ALEXANDER FALL President. ' -JAWKS
WALKER, Secretary. : angls
F1RK INSURANCE C031 PAxV V,
Capital f 150.000 all paid In.
OFFICE North-West Cornerofthe Public Square
Will take risks against loss or damage by fir
on Dwelliugsand other Houses, Goods in Store, &c.
AisoMarinandKivernazardEtoandTrom all ports.
Risks on tfegroatagainsttne Uangersot tn
JOHN if. HILL. ; JOSEPH VAULX
JAMES CORRE7 - "THOMPSON ANDERSON
G. it. FOGO. JAMES ELLIS.
ALEX. AUJSO.V, N. E. ALLOWAY :
B. U. GARDNER. . W. 8. BAKIN.
. 1 JOSEPH VAULX, President
W 3UTLER .Secretary . oct22
XE V HOOKS
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexander Ton Hombolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
El Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
June2-tf 41 College St.
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS &
HOOPER is again open, and tbe large stock of
Drugs, Medicines Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HUDDLESTOX, Receiver.
3 Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by experienced Prescript ionists.
augl4-dtf . . . - .
ALL DRESS GOODS
ft E Ia Ia 1 It C.
REGARDLESS OF COST!
T: .K-t y-t supplied would do well to examine
tbviii, .a we are determined to closed them out , FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
R. C. McN'AIRY & CO.
july 23 If NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
THE Iiectures in this Department 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 United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDEIX HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin
al law, and the Law of Evidence.
CITR1STIAN ROSEIJUS, LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENNKN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in the Union.
All communications must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans. -
augl0-d&wt3dm:n ; Dean of the Faculty.
LAN'DRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale by
augl4-tf RAINS, BROWN k CO.
1 nflfl BUSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
No. 14 South Market street..
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
MoCASIJN k STRADER in the
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and tb affairs
of tbe concern will b setiled np only by me.
I shall continue th same business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a Fhare of the public patron
age. J. D. STRADER.
Aug9-tr. . -
L.AN1.S ah.1 lAyrs.
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz:
Lots Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street; 54 and 65 on
Washington street, each in L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lots Nos. 6, 234, 335 and 10 feet of 338, in Ewing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved. .
Lots Nos. 5, 6 and 7, on High street, In the Plan of
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. - Also, 40 acres of Land on the Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
the city, adjoining the lands of Sam Cayce, W. B.
Ewing and others, and known as the Madox place.
It will make a fine market garden. Call at once and
gel bargains. H0BS0N k WHELESS.
I have on the market tbe splendid residence of Wes
ley Wheless, with f acres of Land, which has been
heretofore advertised and mor defltely described.
I expect to pat on the market the ensuing Fall (of
which doe notice will be given) about loo Lots In a
new addition to Edgefield. - N. H0BSON.
Xo Time to Wait for the Doctor!
ABOUT these times all children will eat green fruit
At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or Di.
irrbcaa. No time then to send for tbe doctor. The
Grsefenberg Dysentery Syrup iBstantly relieves al
aa;h cases. . No family ought to be without it in tbe
bouse. Its promptness has saved thousands of valu
able hves in Tennessee in the past few years.-' Only
60 cents a bottle--enough Ljr a whole family for a
whole season. A fresh lot Just received.
mayl5-tf - MACKENZIE KINCHIN.
COAL! COAL.! COAL,!
TTNTLT. further notice, will be sold at th Yard of
lJ the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
Ama) at the following prices:
LumpCoal, per ton - '.....'....$5 50
Round Coal, " " .- . 5 00
Nut Coal, 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 60
- Mr. Jos B. Lasa win in future attend to tb busi
ness of the Company in this place.
. SAMUEL J. AGNEW.
General Superintendent R. H. C. Co. .
Nash ville, August 18, 1800.
: -Orders can be left in Box No. 04, Post Office, or
at tb Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga'
Railroad Depot. , JOHN B. LANG,
aug!7-tf - Agent.
SNYDER & PEIZELL
Have on band a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks i - , - v
do.: So' Leather , do;
do. sbinet" do: (a new article,) .
Gent's Fine Sol Leather Trunks; - - '
do. do. do. do. Valises, (Asb land and oth.
r styles J which they are oneriag at very re
duced rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
june7-tf - -
s ; For Male. ,
THAT comfortabie dwelling, Ko. ICS South Sum
mer Street, formerly the reside nc of Russell
Also No 16 North Summer Street, the present resi
dence of Jas.Corry, Era. Apply t
- - J. KIKKMAN, President, ;
' Augl-tf . " 1 Umoa Bank of Tens.
j . For Rent or Jbease. -
I WILL rent or leas my plac near th If arfrees
aoro' Put two Buls front th city for tha present
year, or with th privilege of fir years. . Ther is
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, and a splendid wtl of excellent water.
lnr ar twalv acres of superior land suitabl ror
raton all kinds of saarketing. - --
eM3-tf ( , it , ;tif j . L0C13 LEWIS, (
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
'"TJ-aiai -.-,f "V i-'i'fn ' r'fn"" fin'. i rnf--' ' -v "
j FASSETT, & GROSSMAN,
NO. M MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
: Manufacfnrers and Wholesale and Retail
' '' : DEAIJEKS W ALL USDS C
LADIES' AXD CEXTS' TRATEL1XC TRE5SS,
Valises, Carpet Bag?, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we cac sell as low as any other house
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East expressly for jobbing.
W especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
or - , . ..
PATEXT TEOt FOR LILIES.
It has comDartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,.
Oiis, tc- -
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
Street, two d00T3 South of the Square.
joneia-dly r Aaurr umjc&jiaa.
One of tbe most Popular and Benevolent
On Deaderlelc street.
THE Doctor himself is an old Practitioner, Nm
the old and this country ,beingalready 15 years
in America, having manfully and honorably sur
mounted all the trials of the new world, and bat
tled and conquored death of the whole range of rtis
eases of our di fferent climates, South and North , so
taat the time of bis success in the treatment cf gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, lor wbich
he has the most reliable references.
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to
illustrate his skill. He is conversant withthe Ameri
can, French and German languages, and always
ready to tender his advice ana services with polite
ness, conscientiousness and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and
medicines by consulting Lim through letters, inclos
ing a fee, t Post-office box No. 336.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
Oa the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents 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 Bath Rooms at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. Bewakk of RrysERS an( HACKjrrs who say
we are full. It. I QE.VCII,
THE attention of the readers of the Patriot, the
Ladies more especially, is requested by Messrs
MACKENZIE k 11 IN CHI N , lo the excellent Relrigcr
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now
supplying our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting up all kiuds of Fruits
aud Berries. Ihey are durable, simple and cheap,
and tbe demand for H.em is so grent that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold,
m v'2 t
IiOUISVILLE, ::::::: KENTUCKY.
Has on hand and for sale, low for cash 2,500,000 feet
White Pine Lumber erf tbe bes -quality west of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot, Louis
ville, Ky. augld-dlawlm
. 1000 Dozen Fruit Jars.
260 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 i ( " 44 44 4i
200 ' 1 44 Tempest Stone Jars
125 " 2 44 44 44 '
25 44 1 44 Flint Glass Jars.
200 44 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOHNS & CROSLEY'S
Improved Gulta Pereha Cement Roofing.
IS TBS CHEAPEST AXD HOST CCRAKLI ROOFING 1.1 CSX. IT
is firs awn water proof. It can be applied to XEW
and old Roofs of all kixd and to old shingle roofs
tcUtunit removing the shingles.
THE COST LS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND IS TWICE A3 DURABLE.
Gctta Psrcba Ckxe-vt for preserving and repairing
Tuand Metal Roofs of every description.
From its great elasticity, is not injured by tbe con
traction and expansion of metals, and will not crack
in cold nor run in mm weather. Tbete materials
have been thoroughly tested in New York and all
parts of tbe Southern and Western Stales, aud we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They are readily applied by ordinary Wborers, at
a trifliug expense.
"NO HEAT IS REQUIRED."
These materials are put up ready for use and for
shipping to all parts of tbe country, witu tuil printed
directions lor application.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ap
plication bv mail or in person, at our principal offi
ces 610 BROADWAY, fopposite .St. Nicholas Hotel,)
N.Y., 349 FUI.TON ST.; (opposite City Hall) BROOK-
m T m.f TWl 11.1 y-T. ..-i L'TT
JOHNS k CROS1.EY.
M O O II E ' S
Office No. 21 College street,
0PF0SITE SEW A NEE HOUSE.
E. D. WHITE, Agent.
Tempest's Fruit Jars
E have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
and Half Gallon of tfcese famous Fruit Jar.
Th simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
fcr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
, .- Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Baefbebjues I
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pie PlastI
' Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I -Tempest's
Jars preserve PixkI
. Tempest's Jars preserve Quotes I
. Tempest's Jars preserve Cherkos I
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
We have a full supply or Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sise.
ALSO Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sites
which we ar offering at cost price, as we feel assured
10 dosen best Turn Table apple pealers , -Augai-tf
For sale by . j. w. WILSON.
TE YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
Order i Can lie left la Eoi 94, P. 0.
Yard, back of N. 4 c! R- R. Depot. r
, aag.28-tfj , . " A:
1 S31EDLEY, EG AX & CO., ;
1 e c e v 1 w ?; V o r v a r d i u s
Lower Wliarf Boat,
? PADUCAH, . KENTUCKY".
t jr A Share rf rnltc Patiocafe respectfully so
'icited. - .jiJyi-Sm .
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Conimission Slerehant.
Corner Cedar and CUerrv ata.,
RESFECTFULLYsoLcitsconslgnmcct o t Merchan
dise of allclasses. Satisfaction eiver. to consijrn
eesand purchasers as nearlr as possible. Cous.iru
eesof ood totbie market will iiixi my auction roouu
well fitted cp, and the goods wil I be sold without e
lay aud the money paia over forthwith.
N.B. Nogooti? bougbtorsol.ion my ortrcm.Lt
Charges reasonable and liberal advances madv ou
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
gT ...CABONDFXEl STREET... ,....27
B. F. NEVISj.
KIRKPATRIt'K & CO.,
COUHISSIOS Si FORWARDING MERCHASTS,
NO. 27 NATCHEZ STBEET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
: novT tt
J. & C. REAKIRT,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, Chi.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assarted colors
Wire Heddles and Frames,
Steel Beeda and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c.
AXO, A FULL ASSORTMENT O
Madder, - Catch.
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c. &c, &c.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IX ALL KINDS OF
GRAIN AND PRODUCE,
Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Aue21-0m
Allison, Anderson & Co
rUTORIERo AND wnOtrSALE DEALERS Pi
FORE Hi N AND DOMESTIC
Ready -Made Clothing.
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
AasIiTille, : : : : Tenncs&er.
WE are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully Invite an examination nf
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel confident we can
promote their interest by giving us a cail.
aug2S-2m ALLISON, ANDERSON CO.
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court or
ON THE BASIS OP TIIE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashviile by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
juneie-tr No. S3 Union street.
NASH & MARR,
No. 25 College Street.
Agents for Old" and Reliable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL 0T
$5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
$ 0 0, 0 0 0
STATE BONDS WITII COMPTROLLER.
Down WitU Tour Dust.
IF you wish to sweep fine Carpets without injuring
them or raising dust, u.-e THE PATENT CAR
julyl3-lf MACKENZIE k MINCHIN.
Fre&li Corn Aleal. .
ANEW supply -. J-!St received per Railroad, and
for sale by EENI. F. SUIELSS kOu.i
July S3, 18d0-tf.
dsI ReteiTed by 31. A. Parrish I Co.
BAGS Crushed Corn:
100 bags Family Meal ;
350 bags Whit Meal Cora.
Ladies' French Dress and Pael
Ing Trunks. ,
42 College Street,
" m DEALER IN
Ladies' and Gents Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladles' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of the latest styU. Best
English Solo Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies Bon
net Boxes, single and Double Top; Valis, Bags, kc,
iy 'V PriUea- JOHN RAMAGE.
Fireworks ! Firefrorks 11
FLAGS AND TORCHES J
TOIIN LUCK, 46 Union street, has now tbe best as
J sorimwut in NasbvUle of everything In the abov
line which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
a rood article can b bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new, and th best thing ever introduced
for political processions. - auel4-tf
-TST received a few mor LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
J DRESS TRUNKS; Sol Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valaws and Bags. .L
' - ALSO ' ' '
LADnS' BONNET BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap fcr
cash. -. , JOHN tUMAGX,
aagl-f " ' " 41Ccstret. '.
RATES OF ADVERTISING
(TXS USES OR lESS TO OttfllTCTI A SQUARE.)
One Square 1 day m l 00 e".arhdaliusertiv
-2 4 -. so - ... u- ..
I " 1 month 6 00 4 4 44
; ' 44 2 " 00 " ' '
i t s' ' n to f f
'. t : 18 00 44" 4- ' .1
44 4 12 -4 25 00 , 44
K'.VWitu it FII'Tlll.
nFSqusre,ot-eyear ,S30 eatkadditloua lsqns re f 1
( WriUea netice must be given tu takeosi.rd stop
ad verUfieote of yearly adverUs.-rt befnrrtheje f
eipires, otherwise weshallcharctt.'ldoiie.
Nocontract ofyearlyadvertisin.fcjstfci ''tediaeoa
tinucd withootpreviouFnoticetous tKTwillaiiycbsrge
be made for less than one year at he yearly rates.
From YISCHER,OWEN k CO-.Ctr.e.-al Advertising
Bouse ,Appiete Building ,346 Broadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
Kerosene, Camphene, Fluids and Oil and
- aarE t oasERra . . , .
CHDRCTIES, COLLEGES, AXD PUEUC EUTXriya
. 132 William St ree ,ner Falton , New-York,
Xew York Pianos.
T. H . CHAMBERS'
EatabliaUetl In 1828.
nr. U. ClUMttGl,
(Formerly Dubois & Stolart, anJ Duboie, Bacon k
Harcroomi lu tbe(lllble II o , J
Cor. 8tli street and 4tH ATenne,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter faitb full v x.i ui. H .,..1
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a. a. tod for a circular, with description f
Styles aud scuedul of prices. mar26-Sm
Prince Imperial fhamppgne
rt-oji - rnrcviv
Sold by all rcf-pt-ctable Dealers tLroagbuut
'"pHIS Sue braiid of Charaiacce, which until th
JL past year wascocflaed exclusively to the host la
bles of the Continent of Europe, has cow obtained
the most unbounded success aud popularity la this
country. It is reci.n.n.t nded by soma of th first
Physicians of the city of New York, over all other
wines, on account of its extreme purity and delica
cy, and those who or.ee try it rarely us any other
brand. Although only one year baa elapsed alare
its introduction into tLU country, the demand is
enormous, and cotistanlly Increasing. Our arrange
ments are such as to ensure tbe quality of the Win
being maintained at its present high standard. Th
Prince Imperial is imported solely by ns, being
tbe sole Agents or Messrs. Pa Vexoge ft Co., in this
couutry. E. V. HAUgHWOUT k CO.
Nos. 4S8,490au.l 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold ir Nashville by M. k R. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner ol Church aodColtege si.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW I0EK,
WOUt 1 notify the Trule that they are 0uuig
Weekly , tu new aud leaut.'.ul uaterus,
THE wajisi:tta prints,
, . THE AMOSKEAG,.
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Coun
try for perfection of n cu'.n n and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are ci.eT than any ta
the market and meeting wiih extensile sale.
Jfj" Orders prnmpUy attended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadtvay, New York.
UJ HEN completed six years ago tu St. Nicholas
was universally pronounced tbe most marnifi-
cent, couvenient and tlior.iugiily oiganlced estab
lishment of the kind on this coL-ticent. What It was
then it remains to-day withoct a rival in sisa, ia
sumptuousness, and iu tbe tteuei al elements of com
fort and enjoymont. Th-4 Hotel has accommodation
lor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites ot
apartments for families. Six huinired persons saa
d comioruiuiy seaieo at ine moles ot its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art baa
devlred tor the convenience aud social grattflcatioa
of the traveling public has beeu omitted in its plan,
or is neglected in its practical details. The early rep
utation of the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and it
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by theuuwearied exertions of tbe proprt
t rs TREAD KLL. W IliTCOMH It CO
For Plain Stocking and Fancy Knitting,
Machines for Kniltinj.Brawers, S-hirLi, Ic,
OF ALL SIZES.
ib Machineiof 1 &1, 2 41, 2 ft 2 and 3 ft 2 lib,
OS HASH AD HADE TO OhSER.
TtflESE Machines osa the plain EngtUh Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and ar tha c hairi
est and most rapid machine for kulttiog in see.
lueuouee raiwni family A Hitting Vacblnes for
family and I'laniatian use, is a aew and saceeaafu!
feature in the useful inventions of the age, and ranks
lia the Sewing Machine.
AGKXCT A.VB SALES aoOJI,
Ka 577 BZ0ADWAY, KEW YOBX,
Junell-Sm ' HENRY C LEE, Agent.
Fresh Fruits all the Year!
FiR CTMiTY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY AJCB
SAFETY, ia unequalled for preserving Fruits la
a fresh s tale, in any climate ,an indennit tha. Hv
ing used the.-te Bottle, w And them exceedingly
convenient and jut the thing watted.
JOHN i. THOMAS, ia Regbter ot Rural Affiura.
For descriptive and price circulars, ad.rs Pre
pretor.at Walworth, Wayne ecus ty, Sew York.
mayS3tCA3tw . T. O.VEOMANS.
5 Minute .
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
As Improved for 185 9.
Wrra Stamtes) laes Coviats as Barroas Tdhted.
THE only Freeser kuomn which iseoancted on
true Scientific principles.
The Coeapeet, Best and most Eeonemif!; raqtiiriog
les ice aad les Ubor than any other, being at th
same time tbe most durable in structure, and caost
certain ia R3 ooraOooa.
Sol Agent fur th United States.
. E. KETCH AM ft CO.;
- llaBaf actor ers of Japanned aad
Planished Tiu War.
iekis-snt ttaV Jreari sxraet, Btw lorx.
LY0.VS LVSECTi POTOER!
FOR SALE BY
RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
E are m receipt, of a vh.pment of tb finest
Coffee ever received in Nahviil. waioa w. ar
offenog to the IraAa at a krw Cirrre. -
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GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, fur September.
CODTTS LADIES' BOOK, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September. :
. PETJHSQyS MtflaZTNE, toe Septembar. ...
Just received, and lor sal by .
JOHN TORK ft 00.,
augl6-4f 1 . NaMCaloBstr.
BY A LADY OF KXW EfOLANTA - Chnn, U sm
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