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PUBLISHED DAILY." TEI-'WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A. S. OASIP fc CO., NO. 16 DEADEBJCK STREET, i ..-
NASHVILLE, TENN. .THUJtSDAY SEPTEMBER 6, -1860
MTW SEELES NO. 1467
Daily, per annum 9?
Tri-weekly , peraongm,.... ............. 6 00
Weekly, per annum, .3 00
One Weekly for twoyears, ortwo Week lea
for one year, in advance, 6 00
When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to bs
diacootinaed( paid in advance at the time subscribed
or), the subscriber mcst order, otn rwise it will be
eontuiued.at our adoption, until paid for and stopped.
t not paid, it most be paid at the time of discontinu
ce, or at onr option. If the party is good, it will be
sent until paid-
Bemittances by mail, in "registered" letters, at
Steam Press Printing Concern!
A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors,
No. 16 Deaderick Street,
Is Published Daily, Tri Weekly and Weekly.
....$5 per annum.
....$3 per annum.
The Patriot is an earnest, active and indefatigable
supporter of the Constitutional Cnkn cause, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will use every hon
orable effort to promote the election .of Bull and Ever
ett. To enable as to labor with increased efficiency
we ask our party friencts to aid us in extending it3 cir
culation. By the purchase of the printing establishment of the
Anew, and recent additions of new materials from the
foundries, the Job Omcs of the Patriot has been made
the largast and most complete in the South-West. It is
ulna supplied with the most competent workmen.
Fleam has been applied to our presses, which are of
the best kinds. Wo are prepared to print, in the high
est style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronze,
PROGRAMMES, BILLS LADING,
SHOW CARDS. SHOW BILLS,
BILL HEADS, BALL TICKETS,
RAILROAD WORK, STEAMBOAT WORK,
DRAY TICKETS, DIPLOMAS,
And, indeed, everything from the smallest Tip to the
mammoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
The large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of the subscription lists of
Auw, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
None better in the city.
yg- We solicit orders, at our office. No. Id Deader
A. S. CAMP dc CO.
PART NERS HIP .
I HAVE THIS DAY ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADDY
with me in business, the name of the firm to be
Robert Moore 4 Co. ROBERT MOORE,
July 1, Imk) 4a Walnut street.
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
Xo. 49 Walnut tree!,
Purihase and sell, exclusively on commission, Flour,
Bacon, Cheese. Butter, Seeds. Oils, Dried Fruit, Can
dles, Soap. Cordage. Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, and arti
cles of Domestic Manufacture and PRODUCE generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. nosroR a. i;o.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DKUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
Ute are prepared to execute orders for Drnei
and Medicine and all articles pertain
Dig & the Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article or as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
It is oar intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in selling none but Pare Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
or stock before baying elsewhere, believing wecan
show you inducements seldom offered in thi or any
ctner Southern city. In addition to Drags we have
constantly on hand a lartre stock of Perfumery,
ap3 and Toilet Articles, White Lead, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine YatuWbi, L'iuom and Wines for medi
IS now open for the reception of visitors. On and
after Tuesday the 3d day of July Mr. Jtattm
PabjusH will run an accommodation Umnibxs, 1 caving
the Sesranee House ever: Tuesday .Thursday , and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. a .arriving at the Spring
to dinner fare two dollars office and register at
Sewanee House. Ibe medical qualities of these
Springs are well known. For dyspepsia, diseases of
me liver, and for complaints incident to females,
they are unsurpassed. There are five sulphur
springs of different qualities, besides free stone and
newly discovered chalybeate.
TeruiB Per Day SI 50
" Week 8 00
" Month 30 00
Horse per week 3 W
- Children and servant half price.
WM. r. YEATMAN,
F J. KR EIDER,
Telesrmpli Chalybeate Springs.
This water is brought four hundred feet In ten seconds.
Takes pleasure in informing the public that be m
now ready JLo wait on all who may favor him
with a call.
To is Spring is situated on the east side of Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
Iromlto$6; One Person, $2; by the drink, e cents.
Payment in advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate of Lime, Sulphate nt
Magnesia, Sulphate of Lime, Marat of Magnesia,
Muriate of Soda.
The specific gravity of the fresh water was
l.OllTJC distilled water being taken as a standard
I understand that the water has already been ben
eficial to several invalids. It will be beneficial to a
greater degree when taken fresh from the Spring
1 hoold pronounce it stimulant and tonic, and adapt
ed, consequently, to cases of debility, accompanied
with ananomic condition of the system, and contra
indicated in plethoric and in flam a lory states.
There la do doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
Dgx at the eastern end of Uie Suspension Bridge to
good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
many disecses of debility. B. W. HaU, M. D., R.
Thompson, M. D., Henry Carow, M. D..T. R-Jen
nings, M. D., Boyd McNalry, M. D. ,R- C. K. Martin,
Valuable Town Lots
I AM offering for sak , an reasonable terms, the
following property: fed handsome Building Lots
ia turn 7th and Bin Wards of Nashville.
Kins Honsea and Lots of varans dimensions, from
Urge ( small comfortable resMgaces at low prices,
In the city.
On double three story Bosi ness House on Broad
stree t. occupied at present by Hardcastis a. Co.
One Tract of about 22 acres, tare miles out on
the Nashvilie and Chattanooga Railroad, frame noose
and Well part of the Lncoa or Crutcntr tract, good
Uue Tract of about 31 acit oa the Murfreeaboro'
Tsrspik road, at IU junction with the Stone's River
Turnpike ons-nalf mile onr .adjacent to W. B. Lewis
and others my Brickyart property.
One Tiact or about SO act s, eigut miles oat, near
the Murfreesboro Turnpikf Good improvements,
good water and timber.
On Tract of about M acres oa the Franklin Col
lege and Stone's river Turnpike, 7 miles oat 30 acres
cWred, balance good timber and well watered.
One Tract of about 13e acres , adjacent to same oa
the East, fronts on said Turnpike over 200 poles
nearly all good timber and soil good.
On- Tract ot about 1M awes, tea miles out, near
Smith's Springs, one mils Jid s half North of the
M nrtreeaboro' Turnpike, mostly well limbered, about
0 acres cleared and several other kits and tracts
of land In Nashville and vicinity.
For farther particulars call on Kascx k Wooowaaji,
No. 60 Cherry street.
Young Kecroes at fair prices will be taken la ex
change for the above.
J uar 25 lm caa JAMES M. MCRELL.
Ladles' Bonu t Uox.es.
JEST- received s large assortment of Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single sad owibU tups and trays.
Ab. Ladies' gaicturU and Traveling Bigs, which
I oner very cheap tor cash.
jaae23-tr 42Coiiege street
Nashiille and Chattanooga R.R
Change of Schedule.
ON' AND AFTER
Sunday next, April xa, isou,
Passenger Trains will run as follows:
. . GOING EAST,. . - v
- -'. Leave NasliviUe at 4 A. M. and 3 r. . :
Arrive at Chattanooga 120 r. M. and 1:45 a. x.
C0MLVG WEST. ; .; .1
Ipave Chattanooga at ISO a. m. and J JO v. M.
Arrive at Nashville at 5 r. M. and 8 a. m.
ALL rail connection . and shortest route to Bnm,
Xew York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City, Richmond. Petersbnrg, Lynchburg. Kfloxville,
Savannah, cnariesion, Monigoutery, jiempnia, .w Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on rjti lennessee ana ueorgia uuu eai
ern and Atlantic Railroails.
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at De"t, to the following
places and at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, R. C. $27 75
" E. T. k Va. route, 30 35
" " " Savaiiuuh '27 75
Philadelphia," " " . 27 80
" Baltimore, " 25 75
" Washington. li li " 25 50
" Richmond, " " " 25 00
" Petersburg, " " 25 00
Lynchburg, 23 75
. " S.ilrm, 1 21 59
" Big Tunnel, I - , - , 20 7a
' . Chr'istiansburg, j Yu-guua Springs, 20 75
" Shawsville, J 20 75
" Knoxville, 10 50
" Charleston, 21 00
' Savannah, 21 00
Macon, 15 00
" Augusta, 18 50
" Atlanta, H 00
Columbus, 1 60
" Montgomery, 18 00
" Huntsville, f tX
Grand Junctiou, U 00
" Memphis, 1? 00
New Orleans, 25 00
" Holly Springs, Miss., 12 00
" Canton, 1 60
" Kayetteville, W
apr30-tf E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
rTlHE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
I . . i . i i i . kai.u. n fa nmnimr
m connection wiiu mc wwio " , a
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and havan
. . ... cmwui hut with the same
cerUinty as their passenger Trains. No delay to freights
vy mn iwik. - " '
Cliarle&ton and Savannalt
Eatts BerJnced and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
after the 24th of December, 1859, through rales
from New York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds i
Second Class, ' " 1
Third Class. " 1 16
Fourth Class, " 4i 99
Hals. Hai and Boum-ts - 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and four daVS.
Time from New York" and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Nashville and Chattauooga Railroad on
delivery. C. W. ANDERSON.
Freight to New York and Philadelphia
Cotton and tour,
CI1ARLEST0X AND SAVANXAII.
Cotton per bale of not wore than 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour per barrel I
No insurance necessary except trora i usrin.ii aim .sa
vannah to New York and ruiiaaeipuia.
Cotton rotnDressed at the option and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign ports at i to 2 16 less than cotton not
Tbrmigh receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and CUaltauout-a Railroad.
C. W. ANIIKK-SW.,
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th
Jttle Miami and Columbus and
CLN'TI, IIA3IILT0S & 1)1T0S
1860 i38llll I860
From CISCINXATI to
Boston in 32 h.Mirs. New York in 30 hours,
i,!.;!...)..!..!... ,r. mt hnnri Baltimore in 24, hours.
SaraMga Springs in 25 hrs. Albany in 25 hours.
Bunalo ra la nours. -
ieveland in 8li hours. i-msourg m x.-
kheeland in 9 hours. Steubensvilie m 10.SJ hours.
Crestline in 6 hours. 'Auiesville in 6 hours.
Saudusky in 10 hours. Toleda in 9) hours.
J A IH lOI ' hnlirfl
Throngh Trains kare Cincinnati as follows:
7:30 A.M. EXPRESS From Lime Miairu
. " . r. nnnniuh Ham ltnn k. IMvton Depot.
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Bultalo;
via. Columbus, CTestnne anu rinsuuie, ""'"'"
Steubensvllle and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, BcUiar
and Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bellair and Ben wood.
7:30 A. EXPRESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Detroit Depot, also connecU via. Lima,
Toledo, Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and
lO Am Iff. EXPRESS rrom Lime aiiarai
Deoot connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Ben wood;
: , . Dnii,.. nri Pittxhurr: via. Columbus.
Crestline and Pituburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk, ana isunaio.
6 P. PI. EXPRESS From Cincmnati, Hamil-
mirf. via. Ijma. Teledo. Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and andusky.
Modern Sleeping Cr on tiiis Arain,
m - n itf wsS7 From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus teubensville and Puts-
bure: via. ColumDUB, neiiiar "'"""b. "
. v' ,.i. .a luinnii. via. Onlnmhns. Crestline
and Pituburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
Jlodern.Sleeplug Car on tnla Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7;30 A. BL . nave O nouxs uueiouum.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections.
The 6 P. 31. Ezpreu, Saturdays, makt all eon
nectumt a advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLOfBCS TTME, which is 7 Minutes
footer than CINCINNATI TIME.
Baggage Cliecltcd Tlirougli to
all Eastern Cities.
Passengers should bear in mind that the '-CTN-CLS.VAT1
' is the OLD and FAVORITE RolTK. Con
nections are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
insuring stkko, roiMa and SAFTY.
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICKS in the WEST and SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
via. CINCINNATI. ,
P. W. TRADER, General Ticket Agent, Cin tL
Tennessee & Alabama Railroad.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Commenelns Sunday, June 3d, I860.
Leave NashvUle at -.415 a. and 3 m.
Arrive at Kaahville at 10 a. M. and r. . - -
FREIGHT TRAIN'S. '
Irtve Nashville at 650 A. M.
Arrive at NakhvUle at 4:5 r. M-
TIIE Morning Train ftoing South connects with Mem
phis and Charleston Railroad at Decatur.
The fcvening Train going Kouth counects at Columbia
with Train to Mount Pteaaant and Puiaeki-
The Evening Train going North makes close oonnee
tuw at NaabviU with Loabiville and Nashville RaU
road trom and after Mioday, May 7th, to Louisville and
all Eastern cuan. But one train oa Sunday. - '
W. WS. PEKKLV8,
Jone4-tf ... bAiparintendent. -
Extra Familj Flour.
f-A BARRELS Extra Family Flour , mannfactur
XUU C1 from chou:s Whita Wheal, to arrive to
day, and for sals by
ujarLV-tf IGZEIX, HOOPER h CO,
Gtvcal Xallonal Woiilc.
To Baltimore, Pniladelphia,
NEW YORK AND; BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD TO
Washington City.1 r:
A.D BALT13I0HE AXD OHIO
TERMINATE at Bait imore and Washiuijt'rti City ii
UP Ea.-l.an.l Columbus on the Wert, at wliu h
places it councils with Kaiiroaim ior aim
Iioints iu .
The West, Southwest and sorthwf st.
Paewucer bv this route can visit the cities of Ralti-
more. Philadetnia, .-sew iriii ....
of a ticket to New York or rton aine u "t
Through thkets can be procared via. A aslnnirton
Citv to the Eastern Cities at an additional charge of two
dollars only. ...
Sleeping Can attachi-d to all train..
TICKETS GOOD VXTIL USED,
With the privilege of stoppiug off at all principal
BiiPinesa Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Inforiua
tjon can vifit all the Eastern Cities at a c.niarat ivel y
small expense. The scenery is celebrated for its wcoi-
derful beauty and sublimity: it is uneqaaiieu ui
-i.i n ui-etom i,f llav and Nicht Track Police; its
sulendid'equipmonf. Ms exclusive Teleirraph Lines; its
W amount of double truck: its une Moiei anum
the sarveillauce of the auipany. eusnr en imu:
SPEED, SAFETY AND CUMiUKl.
Throuifh tk krU and bageage checks cau lie obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat oiuc. iu
- - -a t ?
Ask for Tickets via. Baltimore auu uuio
W. P. SinTH. Master of Transportation.
L.-M. CtiLE. tJeueral Ticket Agent.
E. F Fl'LLER, General Western Ageut.
J. W. BROWN, Oeu l Ticket Agent. C. O. R. K.
Edffffield & Kentucky Uailroad
NasliviUe to ClarltsTille, Hop-
ktnsville, Russellville, &c.
ON AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7tli, 1SGO,
Two Trains to and from Clarksvllle daily.
Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. K. and 2:45 i. sf.
Arrive at Clarksville 103 a. it. and 7:15 r. M.
Leave Ctarksville at 6 A. M. and 2:45 P. m.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. m. and Ip.x.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of stages to Russcliville, and at
Taifs Station, near State line, wiiu iaugmer &
daily line of lour horse coacues to iiopk.imvuie, n.y.,
via. Trenton. Pembrake, Ax.
From Hopkiusville stages leave lor toiumous, n.y.,
Paducah, SmithUuid, tddyville aud lienuerson.
Fare from Nashville to Henderson Sr oo.
apr7-tf t'h'f Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
rJLT X. ao5j
F. being of the utmost importance for the proper
nrotection of the Track, and to keep out of the way
or gravel and other trains, that freight trams be nm at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the treigni trains may oe ruu ou me time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this da te, freight will be received by toe
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Rates on Flour Reduced.
r 1HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
X at Nashville, Wartrace. Sheibyville and Stations
on N. tc C. R. R. betwetn Nashville and Wartrace. and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One iiouar per narrei inroiign.
Sup't of Transportation N. & C. K. R.
LtOiiviii. and IVasUyiUc
J toSK. AJ
CIIAIVOE OF TI3IE.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains between
Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville Tor New York, Boston, Ph ladel
ph:a. Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Kalis, Clevelanu, cincin nan , ot. uiuuo, auu tuc i
On and arter Sujidat, Jclt tbb 8th, 1860, trains
will run as follows:
v.m Mud train leaves Nashville at 60 A.M. daily.
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, GlasgowJunc-
tion.tuiaoetniown ,anu aiireguutt " "r-
nalled by a Hag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leaves Louis vine ais:iu A.ai.,aiop
ping as above, and arriving in suvuie at wo
.Fjnress.leavesNasbville at 5:30 P.M.
dsily, Sundays excepted, stopping as first train, and
arriving in Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Returningleavea
Louisville at o:iw r. ai., stopping auuc,uu
rivingin Nashvilleat 3:05 A. M.
Gallalin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
rf.iiiv Sundavs exeeutedlal 4:30 P.M., and arriv
ing in Gallatin al6:10 r. ai.
Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., aud arrives in Aasoviue at w.iu
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many dif
ferent routes. ,. . .
JNO. B. ANDtKMJ;, oupenuieuueui.
A. J. Fiu, General Ticket AgeuL
' 9 ECOISTOMY!
C TTt)?. to, Tin 0
Save llje Pieces !
At accident t77 havvm. eren in we7 regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, fcc.
SPALDLHG'S PEEPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without iu It is always ready and up to tbe
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, neaaiesa aons ana
broken cradles. It is lust the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste.
This admirable preparation is used cold, being ruem-
Icallv held in solution, and possessing ail the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in tbe place ot ordinary mucnage, oemg vu.su
USEFUL IX EVERY KOCFE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Wholesale Depot. No. 4S Cedar street. New York.
Address, HENRY C. 8PALDING ft CO.,
Box, No. 3,000, New York.
Put np for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful LittKvraphio Show
Card accompanying each package.
A single bottle or prALliLMi n riifj-Antu
GU t will save ten times its coat annually to every
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Cbuntrv merchants should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. JaalO-ly
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, aext door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
THE undersigned would Inform his friends
and the public generally that he will con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS! in this city, at
his shoo, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, oa Church street, and calls attention to
the stock of
marble !Sonttmntf , Tombs, etc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great; variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He Is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
MarblelMaatlea; "7 description of Marbla
Work, ut the nnest American and ltalan Marble. Hut
work will, as heretofore, be warsnted, and his prices
to suit the times. M. L. SHELToN.
Jan tf. :
. SCUUETZE & XUDOIaFF,
MANUFACrURERS or Isos Fsams, '
GRAND, SQUARE and PARIXR HZTI
GRAND PIANO FORTES, mads with rPf)U
aU the. improvements conductiva to
soperiori:y of tore, touch rjd drrabtlity, COL
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs la New York, 1
'It and 'U.aad ia St.Loais,lsB. tealers,Sch '
and Families will save money by calling befors p
chasing. All Instruments guaranteed for tares jr
wareroomsCa BROOME Sr., (aW doors Wea
Broadway,) Mew York. fsb21-
tl3 Jrj&3 i5fefe3i
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
TTTI5HING to make other in vestments,
V V posetosellallour RealRstateia OavidsoDco.,
Tliat Suburban Residence.
situated on the Franklin Turnpike, within halla mile
of the city, and'opposite the residence of the late Jo-
sepnW. Jlorton. TUIS IS. pernaps, me cum
manding site is the vicinity of Nashville, and is a
most deflirableeountrv residence The house will be
sold witblZor laacresoflandasthepurchaser may
That Valuable Farm.
the Sims Tract .situated on the Xmith Turn
pike, (old Lebanon roadj within three miles of Nash
ville, ouUiniugS30 acres. The soilisgood.itiswe!!
t..r..i ni timbered. and can be divided iulo small
tracts oftweuty acres and upwarus,a.i oi wua.uare
admirably adapted for country residences, market
gardentand dairylarins AlsoAhat
onsame road now occupiea oj x.v. jn.-wiHm-ii,
and formerly owned by Tom Ilardiug, containing
about 250 acres. Tbisplaceis so well known as to
noed no further description Itwillalso be divided
tosuitpurchaserb T.C. McCampbell w ILihoathese
piaceslo any one who willcall. v.,
AlltUeaboveproperty will be sold ou reasonable
terms, a ud ou a creditor ouo ,t wo,lUree auu tour
Applj to A .V.J -i-'iudiley ,N;ishville ,or to either
OUlieuuderMgut J .
jix uiilet-f rom.N'a8hville.
j . A . MctAMPBELL,
Well Improved & very. Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on J-.y.
the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. Tbe T.?S
dwelling is oi Brick, built in modern style
and very commodious; containiug 0 rooms
of good size, besides hahs,ante-chambers,chiuaclos-
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
A, Beautiful Grove of Forest Trees.
The kitchen ,wash room and meat house ire also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
Tbe place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, or which twelve are in HEAVY TIMPEK.
No bridge or railroad to pas,and the toll gate will
soon be movel beyond.
ALSO adjoiuing the above, several beautiful
Building Lots, containing from six to ttiirty acres
one of seventeen acres, heavily timbered.
These lands are well adapted to gardening being
near the city and of free soil, clear of rock. Posses
sion given at any time.
For terms apply to the undersigned ou the premi
ses, or at 33 College street.
june25-dtf A. H. FORD.
O HERRING'S SAFES, large size, will besold very
zw low to close acoiisignuicut.
junel5-tf J. W. WILSON.
A Xew Supply of Ohio Bole Butter.
POUNDS of Fresh Butter just reseinred pel
Poland, and for sale by
BENJ. F SHIELDS a; CO.,
No. 27 College street
The Unprecedented Success
Which lias at late attended the use cf
INDUCES os to call the attention of all those aflltct
. ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
tbe most beneficial effects. It is the only prep tra
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure II ycu are aflli;ted try it at once. and be
careful to use no other medicine in connection with
Mt. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
For sale at Demoville's and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junel6-tf
Reynold's IVew Work.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W.M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of Iindon, &c, kc.
Just received by JOHN YORK ft CO.
If the Crave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children
born die before tuev are five years old. rioiivi
uo xtroug uieuicines w uiiiiutcu, v v
to the Gr-tfenber
Tbe most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Hitters,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of tbe best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consti
tutions, dyspeptic habits, billiou9 disorders derange
ment of the stomacb aud bowels. Every family
would use them at ttie present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE ft MINCHLM
Express to Clarksville
THE Soutnern Express Company respectfully an
nounce that they are now running messengers
through to Clarksvilfe, v.a. E. ft K. and ll.C.SI.
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
andinterveningpoints with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places on stage routes, connecting
withthe above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made.
y office No. 19 Public Square.
ftiblT-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
iuthe band of every little boy and giri. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Ho m
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri is free from
dirt and all impurities,
aprll-lf ao MIZELL, HOOPER ft CO.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Refurnished.
THK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, rnd refur
nished it thorougbout iu the most elegant style, will
open the house 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, Jesmine,
and Cbina Stems, wtii-h will be sol 1 cheap at pri
vate sale by BENJ. F. SHIELDS a: CO.,
Juuel&-tf Central Auction Rooms.
Canary Cages J
JUST received. 200aesortet Canary Bird Cageiof
all styles, colors and prices, some as handaomt
as ever brought to this market . For sale low by
feba-tf J. W. WILSON.
rriHE Copartnership heretofore existing nndcr tbe
X style of Edwards, Gilkeson ft Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilke&on retir
ing from tbe firm.
July 15, 1800. JO. EDWARDS, -
J. K. GILKESON, ' .
E. P. EDWARDS. '
JO. EDWARDS. '
F. B. HARRIS.
X. r. BDWAXDS.
EDWARDS, HARMS & CO.,
(SrCCSS90R9 TO XDWARDS, GILKKRSOS ft CO.)
WILL CONTINUE THE
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION BUSINESS
Alike old it and, corner of CUlege and Chunk st.
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sizes for
Fourtb of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
tha"3ove ia any quan - , wholesale and retail. Al
so, Fireworks of all Lf s. Orders r t distance
promptly attended to. JOHN LUCK.
New Steinwav Piano
v X IaucAl's Music Store,
Ne. 45 Union alreet.
THIS Instrument is warranted sew i
and notsixty days from tbe man-
ufactory , as wiil be seen on examins- firfj Ofr
Uoa. I will sell at manufacturer's If V If !
pries, without additional charge for freight. Thar-'
in want of a Piano will find it to their interest ,
call and examine it before parches in g.
tnFi74f Maxio Dealer, i Uniua
Capitsil 91O0,O00! ALL PAID IS.
OFFICE At No. 88, Corner of CedarStreet and the
- public fuare, .
TT7ILLtke risks against Loss or dam-,
W age by Fire on Buildings. Goods,
Waresand Merchandize generally. Also,
on Shipments against loss or damage by
Seas and Rivers, to and from al 1 points.
ALSa Risks on Negroes against the dangers of
ALEXANDER FALL, - W. T. BERRY,,
ANTHONY W.VANLEER, JOHN H. EWIN.
JOHN KIRK MAN, , HUGH McCREA,
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWARDS,
R. C. McNAIRY, IRBY MORGAN,
W fl EVA VS
ALEXANDEE FALL President
JAMES WALK SR, Secretary. augl8
FIRE INSURANCE C031 PAA'Y,
Capital 9150,000 all paid In.
OFFICE North-West Cornerefthe Public Square
Will take risks against loss or damage bv fire
ou Dwellings aud other Houses, Goodsin Store, &c.
Also JtarioaaaKivernazaraEtoandrrom allports.
Risk ton Xegroeiagainsltlie D anger so f the
JOHW M. HILL. JOSEPH YAULX
JAMES CORREY THOMPSON ANDERSON . ,
G. M. FOGG. JAMES ELLIS.
ALEX. ALLISON, -; N.E. ALLOWAY
K. H. BAKKNES. -- TT. 8 RAK.lAi. r
THOS.L. BRANSFORD. ' 'f'
JOSEPH V AULX, Presiden t
A W . BUTLER Secretary oct22
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAGAN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
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
' 41 College st:
'TMIE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS ft
a. HOOPER is again open, and the large stock of
Drugs, Medicines. Paints. Oils. Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HCDDLESTON. Receiver.
Prescriptions put up at any hour of the dav or
night by experienced Prescriplionipts.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yt nnplied would do well to examine
them, as we aie determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
THE Lectures 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. Tbe Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors :
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS. IX D. , Professor of Civil law.
ALFRED HENNEN, 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 mnst be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
augl0-d&wt3dmin Dean of the Faculty.
LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale by
aug!4-tf RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
1 flO A BUSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
IUUU by A. JENKINS,
jan31-tf No. 14 South Market street.
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
McCASLLN ft STRADER in tbe
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of tbe concern will be settled np only by me.
I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a share of the public patron
age. J. D. STRADER,
ij vis and IaOTS.
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz:
Lota Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street; 54 and SS on
Washington street, each in L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lots Nos. 6, 384, 335 and 10 feet of 336, in Ewing'B
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 5, 6 and 7, on High street, in the Plan of
tlie Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, 46H 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
get bargains. H0BS0N ft WHELESS.
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley Wheless, with 87 acres of Land, which has been
heretofore advertised and more defitely described.
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
which due notice will be given) about loo Lots In a
new addition to Edgefield. N. H0BS0N.
No Time to Wait for the Doctor I
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
trrfaosa. No time then to send for tbe doctor. The
Grajfenberg Dysentery Syrnp instantly relieves al
sush cases. No family ougbt to be without it in the
house. Its promptness has saved thousands of valu
able lives in Tennessee in the past few years. Only
60 cents a bottle enougb fur a. whole family for a
whole season. A fresh lot just received.
mayl5-tf MACKENZIE ft MINCHIN .
COAL.! COAL.! COAL,!
TTNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
KJ the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
jfcina) at the following prices:
Lump Coal, per ton $5 SO
Round Coal, " " 6 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 50
Mr. Joa-f B. Laso will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 16, 1860.
MW Orders can be left in Box No. 04, Poet Office, or
at the Yard, back of tbe Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot. JOHN B. LANG,
augl7-tf Agent. ' -
SNYDER & JEIZELL
Ear on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks ;
do. So" Leather do;
do. f abinet" do: (a new article J
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. - do. - Valises, (Asb land and oth
er styles:) which they are offering al very re
duced rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 165 South Sum
mer Street, formerly the residence of Russell
Also No la North Summer Street, the preaeat resi
dence of Jas.Correy, Esq. Apply t) ,
J. KIKKMAN, President,
. AngL-tf Union Bank of Tenn.
For Rent or Lease, t
I WILL rent or leans say place near tbe Murfrees
boro' Pike two miles from the cay for the preaeat
year, or with the prrvilega or five years. There is
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior land suitable for
raising aU kinds of marketing.
febS-Mf . LOUIS IZW13,
Southern Trunk Manufictorje
, - i. itfiiiiii.-ya'af's-afi" nMi-.jii.Ln.n i n.. w
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
NO. 61 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
Manufacturers end Wholesale and Kftail
DEALKKS Ui ALL KIXW OP ' ' '
LADIES' 1XD Qim" TfiAYELlXG TRUXES,
Valises, Carpet Hag?, &c, &c,
"TESLRE to call the attention of all those m want of
JL anything in our line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other bouse
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. An must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in oreferenc to buvinir that nude at
the East expressly for jobbing.
We aspecially invite the attention of the Ladies to
- PATENT T8UX FOR LADIES.
It has coHiDartiuents for Bonnets. Dresses. Parasols. !
BrusJ'os. and a water proof compartment for Sponges,
Oilo, 4-a j
Ail kinds of Trunks -tnsde to order, covered or r
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South ot the Square.
juuea3-dly FASSETT ft CROSSMAN.
One of tbe most Popular and Benevolent
. Institutions is
Ou Deaderlck: street.
THE Doctor himself is an oIJ Practitioner, f'om
the old and this country. beinealreudv IS vears
in America, having manfully and honorably sur
mounted all the trials of the new world, and bat
tled and conqunred death of the whole raoze ot dis
eases of our different climates, Sou in and North, bo
tnat tbe fame of his success iu the treatment of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, fjr wbirn
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 isconvcreaut withthe Ameri
can, French and German languages, and always
ready to tender his advice and ervks with polite
ness, conscientious ne?s and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and
medicines by consulting him through letters, inclos
ing a fee, to Post-office Uox No. 336.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
On (he European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort at.,
(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. Beware op Rp.nxers and ITackxjcx who say
we are full. u. 'KEKCII,
THE attention of tbe readers of the Patriot, the
Ladies more especially, is requested by Messrs
MACKENZIE k M1NCHIX, to the excellent Relriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now
supplying our citizens. Tempests' truit Jars are ad
mirably adapted lor putting up all kinds of Fruits
aud Berries, lhey are durable, simple and cheap,
and tbe demand for ibem is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold,
-,,.jjf:y fV: : KENTUCKY.
Has on hand and for sale, low for cash 2,500 .000 feet
White Pine Ijimber of the best quality west of 1 ho
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot, Louis
ville, Ky. augl6-dlalm
1000 Dozen Fruit Jars.
250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 ' 2 ' " '
200 " 1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 " 2 " ' " " ' "
25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 "12 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WTLSTiN.
JOHNS & CIlOSLEY'ii
Improved Cutta Percha Cement Roof in?.
IS THK CHEAPEST AXD MOST DURABLE ROOFIXG IS CSE. IT
is firs a.nd waiir prook. It can be applied to xew
and old Roots or all kixds and to old shingle roofs
wwiout removing the ihxnglet.
THE COST 13 ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND IS TWICE A3 DURABLE.
Gctta Pbrcba Cement for preserving and repairing
Tw and Metal Roofs of every description.
From its great elasticity, is not iLjured by tbe con
traction and expansion of metals, and will not crack
in cold nor run in vxinn weather. Tbepe materials
have been thoroughly tested in New York and all
parts of the Southern aud Western States, aud we
can give abundant proof of all we claim iu their
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense.
" NO HEAT IS REQUIPED."
These materials are put up ready for use, aud for
shipping to all parts of tbe country, with lull printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ap
plication by mail or iu person, al our principal otti
tes. 510 BROADWAY, f opposite St. Ni holas Hotel,)
N.Y., 349 FULTON ST.', (opposite City Hall) BROOK
LYN. JOHNS & CROSLEY.
IU O' O K E ' S
Office No. 31 College street,
OPPOSITE SEWANEE HOUSE.
E. U. WHITE, Agent.
Tempest's Fruit Jars
E have on hand several hundred dnxen Quarts
and Half Gallon of these famous Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
fir the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve 8TBAwasaRiEst
Tempest's Jars preserve RAsrscKBrES I
Tempest's Jars preserve Blacubrbjks I .
Tempest's Jars preserve Pra P last I
' Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I
. Tempest's Jars preserve Picas J
Tempest' Jars preserve Qtrwcaa I
v Tempest's Jars preserve Cbebkjes !
! Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass sad Tin Jars, all sizes
which we areoifcriug at cost price, as we feel assured
10 dozen best Turn Table apple pealers .
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSON. ,
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
.. , BUIILV THE
iETJ AVC O A L !
Order. Caa be left ia Boi 91 , P. 0, r
Yard, hack of N. It C B. K-Depot . .
NHKDLEV, EGAS L CO.,
1 e e e v i w s .V V r w a vtl i i g
Ltiiver Wliaif Boat, :
A Share rr Public Putroc ie reiertfully so
'icited. - jnlyS-Sm
M. C. BRUCE,
Aucliou & CoDimissioii IorcIiiirJ,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv st.,
KASIIVIL ,E, XKJVNESSEE,
RESPECTFULLY solicits eonslgcrneeunf M.-rcl.ai.-dise
of ailclases. Satiil';u:ti,iziven toeonsiiru
ees and purchasers as nearlv as iKsille. C.msiBn-
eef of gnods to this market wiil find my aiictum nujui?
welllittedup,andtbegoodswill besoU witbout
lay and the money paid over forth 1U1.
N.B. Nogood. bouuhtors.'liion inv OMuaccoLCt.
Charges rea.-nab!e aud liberal advances mad. on
consignments. . . aiar25
W. A. JOHNSON &. CO.,
CARONDEI.E1 STREET... ..27
IVEW OU LEANS.
a. r. kkvivs.
KIHKPATUICK &. CO.,
V O VCCO ACT OlS,
COMMISSION Si F0KW1BD1XG MERCIIAXTS,
No, 27 .ATCIIEZ STItCIiT,
(Between Magazine and Camp,
3IAXITA1 TUUEIIS' ARTICLES.
J. :& C. lvEAKIRT,
52 Second Street, Ciccimiati, Ohii.
KEEP A FL'I.L SUPPLY iF
Warp on Beam, assarted colors
Wire Heddles and frames,
Steel Beads and Pickers,
Lacing and, Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c., &c.
AlSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT O!"
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c., &c, &c.
JOHN BL SECRIST,
IX AI.Ia KIxNDS op
GRAIN AND PRODUCIf,
Soaihern orders wid bo filled with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Au(r21-flui
XRW rAlili UOODS.
Allison. Anderson & Co
IMPOHTKRS A.VTl WHOUKALE l.
FOUKIGN AIMU JJU.HKST1C
Iieady-.Uade Clot hi ug,
NO. 41. PCBUC SQCARE,
iVashvillp, : : : : Tennessee.
WE are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable storks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
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.
aug23-2in ALUSOX, ANDERSON' k CO.
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court or
ON TIIK BASIS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale In, .Vashrllle by
jonx YORK CO.,
No. 39 Cnion street.
NASH & MA HIV
No. 25 College Street.
Agents for Old aud Ileliable
WITH AN AGGEEGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
$5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0. '
6 0, 0 0 0
STATE BONDS WITH COMPTROLLER.
Domi With Your Dust.
XF yon wltili to sweep fine Carpets without injuring
them or rnsiug a dust. u THE PATENT CAK
PFT SW EI-PER.
julyl3-tf MACKENZIE Ax illNCHIN.
Fre&li Coru Aleal.
NEW supply jist received per Railroad, and
2v for sale by EEN J. F. SHIELDS Co. M
July So, 1060-11.
Jnst Received by 51. A. Parmh It Co.
fJflA BAGS Crushed Corn;
100 ba)?s Family Meal; "
S6t bags White Weal Corn.
Ladies' French Dress aud Pack
J O U X UA A 11
42 College Street, . ;. j ,-:
DEALER LV I '.' '
Ladies' and Gents' Fiue Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Indies' Extra
Largo lresj Trunks, ot tlie latwt styles, boet
English feole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net Uoxes, single and Double Top; Valiaee, Bags, Ac,
lor Rale at very low prices.
june-tf .... JOHN RAM AGE. ,
Fireworks ! Fireworks IV
FlACiS AND" TOUCHES J
JOHN LCCK, 45 Cuion street, has now the be as
sortinunt in Nashville of everything In tlw above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as kw as
a good article can be bought aayw here. The Torches
are something new. and I lie beet thing ever hitrodoced
lor political processions. aul4-lf
JCST received a few mors LAMES' LARGE FRENCH
DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and Bags. i -
LADIES' BONNET BOXES. Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. ...... JOHN RAVAGE, .
auglS-tf - AlOnucgsiirest.
HATES OP ADVERTISING
(tn LixKg on less to onaarrrTT a socakx.)
Onesqoare 1 day f 1 00 erhad'aUnsero. M
' " 1 week. 8 00 eachad'sfcqoars 60
" 2 " 4 60
- " 1 month 00
t o OO
S " 12 00
5 18 00
"12 -' 25 00
kKxswablk at mmi.
)ceiquare,ot eyear S30 ear.Ladd tx.Balsquarefl
ritu-n notice must be given to take outad stop
a '.verrrsenientsc yearly advertisers beforethe year
cxjvjres. otherwise eshallcliarf;rt.'ldone.
Norontract oryeariyadvcrtisemtUs 'tediseoa
tinned without previonnot ice to ssiorvillanychargs
be made for leas than one year at he yearly rates. -
Fr..m TISCHES.OWEN k CO. , General Advertising
iiouse Appleton Building ,346 Broadway
LIGHT ! LIGHT ! LIGHT ! !
MAsrTAcrcust'or i mfkovxb
Kerosene, Camphene, Flnid, and Oil tod
a a VAKiors inuiut runes i
C 11 AXDELlEtt S,
MADE TO OKDKkro
CHCKCHES, COLLEGES, AND 11BUC BUILDINO
- No. 132 tTiniam Street Jiear Fulton, New York,
T. II. CHAMBERS'
Established In. 1828.
rt u. ciTaaiueus,
(Forn-erly Dubois A: Sto.lart.and Dubois Bacon
DlVureroomi in the "Illble IIou,a3
Cor. Stli street aud 4tli Avenue,
NEW TOKK CITY.
This ii s reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter Uithfully execnled, and perlect SAUsfactioa
N II. Send lor a circular, with description sf
stj lea and scuedulauf prices. mr6-ani
Prince Imperial fhamp?gne.
no flu nnn r ixalzlj-
UL ILAUULilO XZr&r FRANCE.
Sold by all refpectable Dealers throughout
rnm.t fine brand of Champairoe, which unUl the
A. past year wascouhned exclusively to the best la
blesol thed-ntinentof Europe, has now cbtalned
the mi ft unbounded success and popularity in this
country. It is recommended by Some of the nr6t
I'bycic a'iE of the city of New York, over all other
wiuce, o-i account of its extreme ourilv and i.iw-.
cy.anil th'xie who ouce try it rarely use any other
""" aiiiiougii oniy one year has eUpsed since
ila introduction into this country, tbe demand is
enormous, and constantly mcrvasicg. Our arrange
ments are such as to ensure Ibe quality of the Wins
being maintained at its pre?ei.t hijh standard. The
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, e being
the solu Agents of Messrs. D Vuoei k Co., in this
ouutry. E. V. HaCUHWOCT i: CO.
Nos. 488 , 490 and 492 Broadway, New York.
Slid ir Nashville by U. k E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church andColtece sts.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
Weekly , in new and beautnul patterns,
THE WAMSUTTA PRtXTS,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Coua
try for perfection of execution and design in full
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper tfcan any In
the market and meeting with extu.ire sale.
JO Orders promptly attended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Itroadtvaf, Kew Vorlt.
completed six years ago lb St. Nichols
f mi liriivers:! 11 r nronnnurMii iha snrvD m
f-.-.wHwv u nuuus mm s. 1 1 1 H
cent, eoiiveniem and tbnronehlv o ran I zed fwiAh.
lisbmcntof the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in Site, in
ttuuu istuuuBu.se, auu in tuv general elements Of com
fort and enjoyment. Tbe Hotel has accommodations
f rtr 1 1 N Ml ruffllB ineludinv lOA L.t . .. . . .
apartments for families. Six hundred persons caa
be comfortably seated st the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art h-
uvwwai wivwufcuicat, auu stiriai gratincntioB
of tbe traveling public has been omitted in its plan,
or is neglected in ita practical details. The early rep
utation of the house at home and abroad , derived
iruui ua uHKunuuOfiu auperu appoinimenut, and nv
iMkniA-lihTACftmf'orLa iftnri In vn n.ui )... . l...n AKnnHU4
every yx by the unwearied exe'rtions of the proprl.
tirs. TKEAIlWELL, WHITCOMB k OO
For Plain Slotking and Facey Initlin
Machiaes for laMin.Drawers, SMrli, tc.
OF ALL SIZES.
Bin Machine of 1 & 1, 2 & 1, 2 k 2 and S k 2 Rib,
OH IIJD AJID XAOK TO ORDKB.
THESK Machines use the plain English Spring
Needle, on s new principle, and are the duun.
est aud must ripid machines for knitting in asa.
iue bin i aivm ramny xnittmg Machines far
family und I'laniatiun use, is s new and successful
feature in the useful in venuous of the age, and ranks
witn the tSewiug Machine.
aecacr asn salss noon,
' ' K0. 577 BROADWAY, HEW TOST,
)anell-Sm HENRY C. IE, Agent.
Fresh Fruits all the Year!
TTViR CTIIJTY, CONVENIENCE, EC0N0MT AND
A 8ATY,' ia uneqaalled for preserving Fruits M
a fresh state, m any climaten indebuita tints. Ht
ug used these Bottles, ws find them sxoeedlng
con vui-nt and Just the thing waited.
JuHS J. THOMAS, in Register ol Rural Aflklra.
For descriptive and price circulars, aduraaa Pre
pretur, as Walworth, Wayne LOuuty , New York.
ICE CUEAX FREEZERS,
As Improved or 1859. .
WjuSrAxnto Iroji Covbbs aso Bottoms Ttsxx.
TUX only Freexer known which is constrnctsd oa
iruo Sclent; Dc principles. ,
The Cheapeet, Best and most Economical; requiring
less ice d less labor than any other, being at the
same nine the most durable in structure, and most
certain is Ms operations.
bole Arfeut for the United States.
E. KETCH AM CO.,
ManufaoMrers of Jaoanned and
Planiphen Tin Ware.
ebi-;im 2B9 TeuTl itrwt. Kw York.
LYO.VS LVSECT POWDERS
F0K SALE BY
april-lf - ;" ' RAINS, BROWN A CO.
TC, G .re in receipt of a shipment ot the lasst
V V Coiue ever nriv ti ui Wuhvlll which wa aro
offer in u to the traih) at a low flgore.
AUkS-IX. alULL, UWJriM t trt.
. GODEVS LA WE?' BOOK, for Septeoibor. . !
. CoDEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
PETliBSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
: PET1SB30N'8 MAGAZINE, for September,
t Just rtoeived, sad for sale by
. .. JOHN YORK tl CO.,
augIi- No. M Colon stresC
BY A UiDY OF NEW ENOLAU
Prics$l 25. For taW hy . - - ,
' "'I ' ' ' , r'- -
Cloth, 13 aw