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IV A S H Y I L L E,
THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 6, 1860
' Ckcdwati, Daxtiuje axd Nafhtillk Rail
Road. At a special meeting of the two
Boards composing the City Council, conven
ed by Mayor Uoi lixgswokth, yesterday, at
the request of a number of the members and
citizens, a message was read from bis Honor,
in relation to the present unsatialactory con
dition of our northern connexions by rail,
and suggesting the propriety of sending a
delegation to Cincinnati for ibe purpose of
aiding in the effort to build a Railroad from
Cincinnati to Nashville, via Danville, in or
der to have a better connexion between the
North and the South, so far as the coming
trade is concerned, than we have at present.
After some discussion in the Board of Al
dermen, Aid. Cox offered a resolution to ap
point Gen. W. Barrow, CoL V. K. Stevenson,
Dr. C. K. Winston, George Maney, IL C.
Seymour, James M. Hamilton, IL C. McNairy
and Mayor llollingsworth, a Committee to
visit Cincinnati and confer with a committee
there, on the subject ; which resolution was
adopted, and afterwards concurred in by the
Common Council unanimously. We under
stand the Committee will be in Cincinnati on
Monday or Tuesday next.
The Marion- Rifles of Louisville. This
Military Company went through various of
their evolutions on the Public Square yester
day in the presence of a crowd of persons,
which was estimated, by a friend of Breck
inridge who stood at our elbow, on the baeis
of the political gatherings of his friends, at
one hundred and seventy-five thousand.
There was not probably quite that number.
The "Rifles" did themselves credit. Their
Zouave exercises elicited much applause. We
trust their sojourn in this city will be alto
gether agreeable ; and we feel assured that
the German Yagers and Rock City Guards
will make it so.
Nashville Tbottixo Coibse. Second
Dat. The chief race advertised for yester
day was postponed until to-morrow. Not
withstanding which, and the rain yee-terday,
there was a fair attendance at the track, and
toe sport was good. Our space does not per
mit us to do more than present a summary,
which is as follows :
H. P. Whitehead's g. m. Suffolk
H. P. Allen's b. f. Nolh ng
tap. Haumer'8 b. g Shelby WiliUms
. . . dis.
-. Fulcber's b. h. Kit Cirson
W. biowu'i Bonny Bets dr.
Time 1st heat 3:03 2d 2:57 3d. 2:4
The Races for to-day are :
Club Purse of $10010 per cent, entrance,
free for all pacers mile heats 3 best in 5
to harness, for which the following entries
Cpt. Him me r i awes b. b. John Riddteburger.
lieu, Julcner names b. h. Capt- Kinney.
Also, Club Purse or $5010 per cent, en
trance lor all 2d class trotters mile heats
3 best in 5 to harness. The entrance money
to be added.
The following are the entries:
Opt Hanmer names b. b. Shelby WJllani?
Geo. I'uti-her names br. h. Kit Orsba.
Waiter Brown names s. m. Bonnie Bess.
The Stallion Club Puise will be run for on
Friday. We are requested to state that the
Pacing Race will take place at 3 o'clock pre
?s&- The I. O. O. F. yesterday sent an in
vitation to the City Authorities to attend the
rtceDtion of the Grand Lodge, which meets
here on the 17th inst, which was accepted.
jy-Ald. Horn yesterday introduced a
bill to place the present paid Steam Fire De
partment under the general management of
the old Committee on Fire Department; and
the bill Daesed three readings in both houses
of thaCity Council, and became a law.
We learn from the Sparta Chieftain of
the 1st, that Mr. Green Anderson, of hite,
was attacked on the 31st ult., near Sparta,
hv & runaway nesrro. and stabbed in nine
J -j a
places with a knife. He may recover. An
,ii renn was nassinff through the woods
locking for stock, when he was bailed by the
iirrn rho was sit tin ar at the mouth of a
cave. On Anderson coming near him, he
was stabbed, the negro intending, no doubt,
that Anderson should "tell no tales."
ff We are indebted to the Adams Ex
ntESS for .files of yesterday's Louisville pa
Theatre. Messrs. Mieller &. Everatt,
in their announcement, which will be found
in our advertising columns, give the names
of the stock company with which they open
the theatre next Monday night With some
of them the public is already familiar ; the
greater portion of them, however, have yet
to make their first bow to a Nashville audi
ence. We are assured, by those who ought
to know, that the company contains a great
deal of talent, and is, as a whole, the best
that has yet graced the AdelphL We do not
permit ourselves to doubt that this is so ; for
lioth the managers have seen enough of the
aticalshere to satisfy them what is necessary
to success, and as sagacious business men,
they could not have done otherwise than to
collect together a corps which will at once
make them favorites with the people whose
patronage they seek. Confident of this we
look forward to a brilliant season for the new
managers; and we trust their friends will
greet them next week in such a manner as
will prompt them to do even more, for our
community than they propose.
Danctno. We are requested to state that
1'rof. Stcakt's class for gentlemen meets on
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, at 8,
od continues till 10 o'clock.
The classes for children meet th same
days at 3 P. M. and close at 6 P. M.
Prof. Stcart hopes that the pupils will be
Tuoctual in their attendance.
The Patriot had a "little touch" of
Hi-luck yesterday. The third page was
knocked into several "cocked bats" or as
tne printer's call it, a batch of "pi." A a
e msequence to-day, some of cur advertisers
will miss the eight of their favors in our col
n;nns; whilst others will see their doubled.
It will be "all right" In a day or so, as Thb
E.3SCRIBER' would say.
jZT" The rain 1 Oh, it came down glori
ously again yeiterday morning. But in the
afternoon it ceaied, and the sun shone out
grandly for the benefit of the soldiers, who
xcade the most of the opportunity to display
their drill and uniforms !
At the Gallatin Fair, Tuesday, the premi
um, a Stleer VitcKtr, was awarded to the Ma
bios Einxs, of Louisville, for the best drill
Alter beanngjiff the prize, the Kifles came
down to Nashville as the guest? of the Rock
Cxtt G cards; and went through their drill
yesterday afternoon, Zouave fashion, on the
Public Square. They were the observed of
ajl observers,-' and won universal admiration,
' The delay of the express train on the
Louisville and Nashville railroad Tuesday,
la that explained by the Journal :
The morning express train over the LoaLs
aaJ Nashville Railroad came in collision
yt -iter day morning with some cross-ties
which bad been placed on the track between
Nolia and Upton, and bat for the skill of the
engineer, the whole train would have been
thrown from the track. The locomotive was
thrown off and slightly damaged. The acei
4ent caused some delay of the lraLu.
To the Editors or the Patriot: Deem
ing it my duty to those afflicted, and to the
one who cured me of. two malignant Fever
Sores upon my legs, which made my life bur
densome for five years, having applied to
several physicians who could give me no re
lief, and trying all kinds of medicine I could
get, which was recommended for old tores.
AH seemed to faiL I gate up ever being
cured, and wishsd for death to relieve me of
my misery. For many mouths my limbs
pained me to that extent I could get no
sleep, until my father, a ho, being cured of a
severe Rheumatism by the ludiaa Doctor,
at io. 100, 111 eh street. Dnrchamd for me a
bottle of bis Blood Purifier and a box of his
All Healing Ointment, which relieved me
immediately. My legs are now sound and
well. My general health and strength is
better than it ever was in my life. And if I
owe any man on earth a debt ol gratitude,
that man is Doctor Auderon. I with every
man, woman and child in the world, who are
afflicted as I have been afflicted, who have
suffered as I have suffered, may real Ibis
letter and thus find where they can be cured.
I am of the opinion bis remedies will cure
any sore in existence, and I would recom
mend all thus afflicted to apply to the Indian
Doctor, No. 100 High street, where they can
be relieved of misery, and also be permanent
ly cured. MERRION SANDERS.
Resides at Sandersville, Davidson county,
Bkggi.sq for Momv Tuts Yaxcet-Bbeck-ixridgers
Hard Up. The N. Y. Herald of
the 1st inst. says
The Breckinridge politicians of Pennsyl
vania, unable to raise funds for the campaign
iu tbetr own Stat. have sent Senator Bigler
and Thomas 8. Florence to this city begging
for money. Those gentlemen modettly ask
for the sum of twenty thousand dollar?, stat
ing that, with that sum, they can carry the
State against Lincoln. A neatly printed
card, signed by Barlow, Scbell, Cisco and
seven or eight other Breckinridgers of this
city, has been extensively, circulated among
the merchants for the last three days, invit
ing them to the New York Hotel on Friday
evening. Many of the leading merchants re
fuse to respond, declaring that no money
shall be snb.-cribed until the managers of the
ainerent democratic factions stop tneir Kil
kenny Cabling and unite on one electoral
ticket and labor for the common cause to
prevent the election of Lincoln.
Mlrder. John McCreary murdered Felix
Robertson, 15 miles south of Lebanon, on
Wednesday last. He waylaid him and shot
him in the back of the head with a rifle.
Robertson expired instantly. McCreary es
caped and is still at large. An old grudge
existed between the parties. Ltb. Herald.
Sona of Temperanee.
The regular lnoulhly meeting of the Sons 1'iiiou will
be held in Temperance Hall, College Street, this eve
ning at 1i o'clock. All Sons of Teuidoranre in good
staudiug are invited to be present.
a An addrn may be expec ted froiu 1. Jamison, of
Edgefield. EleJ. J. THOMPSON', R. 8.
Due cf tie most Popular and tSfueTolFnt
On Deaderlck afreet.
rrHE Doetor himself is an old ".Practitioner, fom
L the old and this country, beirg already 15 years
in America, having manfully and honorably sur
mounted all the trials of the new world, and bat
tled and conquered death of the whole range ol dis
eases of our different climates, South and North, bo
la at the lime of bis success in the tr-a'-njeot of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, for which
be has the mot 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 wilbihe Ameri
can, French and German languages, and always
ready to tender his advice and tervevs with polite
ness, conscientiousness and discretion.
1 ersons at a distance may have his.dvice and
medicines by consulting turn through letters, inclos
ing a fee, to Poet-office Box No. 33.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
Train for Gallatin Fair.
OX Momtay next and during the week, the Gallatin
Accommodation Train will leave Nashville at 7 A.
M. and arrive at S:40 A. M. Returning, will leave Gal
latin at 6 V. M. ami arrive at Nashville at 7 P. M.
J. B. ANDERSON,
The Largest Stock of
TOBACCO MD SEGARS
Ever Shipped to Naslrrille.
iS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
every possible grade, at much lower figures than for
ten years pest.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, are invited to
STOCK AND PRICES.
As I promise Iheiu bargains surh as thev have not had
for TEN YEARS. J. V. I.ANGLEY,
july2S-lf No. 44 Union street.
. r. BOWaSDb.
EDWARDS, GILKES0X & CO.
(9TCCK8SOR5TO JO. IDY1 DB,)
Cofnerof College and Church ats.,
Wholesale Groerrs and Commission
AND DEALERS IN
Fine Brandies, Wines, Cigars, Tobacco, ie
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
WISHING to make overinvestments, prt
posetoaellallour RealEslatein Pavidsoi:uo.,
That Suburban Residence.
situated on the Franklin Turnpnce.wlihinhalfa mile
of the city , and opposite the residence of the late Jo.
sephn. Horton. This is, perhaps, tne moul cow
maudiug Bite in the vicinity of Nashville, and id a
mostded'rablecountry residence. The house will be
old with 12 or 15 acres of laud as thepurchaaer may
That Valuable Farm.
knuwuagthe Sims Tract, situated on the Smith Turu
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three miles ol Nash
rUle,containing33U acres. The soilisgood.it is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracta of twenty acres and upward3,a!lof which are
admirably adapted for country residences, martet
gardeusand dairy larms. AbjoAbal '
onsame road, now occupied bj T.C. McCampbell,
and rormeriy ownvd by Tom Harding, containing
about 260 acres . ThisplaceiE so well known as to
noed no further description It will also be divided
to suit purchasers T.C. McCampbellw Ishowtbese
places to any one who will rail.
Alltheaboveproperty will be sold on reasonable
terms, aad on a creditor one ,two,ihree and four
Applj to A . V.3. L.iudlej .N'aahville ,or t o either
thos.c McCampbell ,
J. A . MCCAMPBELL,
flHE Tennessee Coal Company bavin? completed
J their organization, are now prepared to execute
orders, and to enter into contract to any extent, and
they flatter themselves that the produce of their
mines will favorably compare with any other de
scription of Coal brought t this market, and that the
moderate terms at which they otter their Coal will se
cure to them a full and fair share of public patronage
We are now Belling our superior Coal at the follow
Best I Jimp Coal at $5 0 per too or 21c per bushel
Mip. Hound do 4 St lc "
Nut Coal, for cooking
aad Meant, S 60 " - 13c
Fine Coal for Black
smithing s 00 11c "
MfT KKMS Cn--i u ou DeUvery.
HKNRV MURRAY. - .
, . , Sales Agent at Nashvillo.
Orders left at Mr. Ceo. Gre.g'a, on Cuion ftreet.or
addressed to p. u. Box 443, wiU receive prompt at
tention. jrjyvd on Cedar Street, adjoining X. C B. R.
Director and Manager, Tracy City.
jul)-2-3lawlm Marion county , Teun.
HABITS OF liOOD SOCIETf.
A Band Book for L ex and Gentlemen
This is not, as might be inferred, a collection ot set
forms, cere mo ales, points of etiquette, and coavea
nonaligms. Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a deep tninker, a sags
reaaooor, sad a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, aad will find
ts way into every library. For sale by
JOHX YOBX CO., ..
bjjII No. 88 Union atreat.
'--'- Vermont Election.
MovrrEOKR. Vt.. Sept, 4. The election
for State officers and members of Congress
took place to-day. The returns f-r Governor
in twenty-nine town give Erasi us Fairbanks
(Rep.) 6.985; John G. Saxe (Doug Dom.)
2,664; Harvey (Breck. D ui ) 457 majority
for Fairbanks 3.733. Majjiily tor Hili (Rep.)
last year 3,064, ehoWiu a ul-t gaiu of 661).
These lowus embrace one-fifth of .the State,
and indicate the election of Mr. - Fairbanks
by a round nwjoiity - of 2,000. Sixty-nine
towns elect 43 Republican Representatives,
showing a gain of 7 over last year, and 6
Democrats, a gain of 4.
Hell and Everett Meeting.
Columbus, O., Sept. 4. There is a large
Bell and Everett mass meeting here to-cight.
Hon. L. D. Campbell is speaking in front of
the State House. Gen. Leslie Combs will
follow him. It is a larger gathering of the
people than any occasion of the kind eitice
1856. Great enthusiasm prevniU.
New York, Sept. 5 The steamer America
has arrived at Cane Knee, ;witn Ldverpoc
dates of the 25tb ult.
Latest Saturday. The sieamer Prince
Albert "arrived out on the 24ih.
Sales of cotton to-day 10,000 bales; closin
fcteady and firm. Breadstutfs steady. Th
weather is liner. Corn buoyant and advanced
Cd. Provisions quiet; t-ulea unimportant.
London. Saturday. Consols 92a92; :los
It isrepoted that a pronunciamento in favor
or the election ot k,x i'residen t iommoniort,
to authority in Mexico, is planned and abou
to be proclaimed. - - - -
New Yoke. .Sept. 5. The steamer Prince
Albet will leave Galway ou the 28th inst. of
Garibaldi's invasion of Calabria i fully
confirmed, Garibaldi took Rpgio. 4,000 in
surgents joined him.
A general battle with tin: Neapolitans
Napoleon and Empress have gone to Savoy
A rrench corps D Arineu of 10.000 men
with fcamrai;n materials and artillery, are
ordered to be ready to move at short notice
England. Parliament is to be prorogued
on the 28th.
Liverpool Wheat and corn buoyant,
Boston, Sept. 5. The steamer Arabia sail
ed to-day for Liverpool, taking f b.uuu spe
The steamer Ai-ia arrived at Queenistown
on the 26th.
Washington, Sept. 5. "Observer," the
correspondent of the New York Times, has
been arrested and held . to bail for libel on
the Secretary of War in reference to the De
Daily Patriot Office,
Nashville, September 6, 1860
KLOUli. The market is well supplied.
We quote, wholesale
Superfine iu bbl? $6 (2,6 25.
Extra " " 6 506 75.
Extra " sacks 3 25.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally frcm abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being otfered. We qucte red at $1 10-
1 20 per bushel ; white $1
bushel. Seed wheat selling
251 30 per
from Store at
$1 40a$l 50.
CORN, White 95 per bushel; mixed 90c.
OATS. 60c per bushel.
BACON None offering. It would com
mand the following prices, if offered. Shoul
ders fo fl; clear sids 13: hams 14. Sales
from store, wholesale, hams 13, t-honlders 11;
clear sides 15.
LAED None ofh-riug. Would bring 13c
MEAL Is selling at 8085c. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. fi.
GINSENG 4Uc. $ ft.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
9110 lb.; prime to choice 1010c; in
barrels Jlc. advance ou these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10JlIc. lb.,
crushed and powdered llj12c; Loaf 11
12c. & lb.
lirT 1 ODPO I Tn fxr-T.- . . .
aiuuaoow oinur. Aioiasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and kes
(ten gals.) 85c.
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c; Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light
TEA. Imperial 50c$I ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 406O ; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50
auurmeai i tiU($i 75; and Barrel at
40c. B bushel. '
COTTON YARNS.- The following are the
agents' quotations for Cotteu Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; COO, 10c; 500, lie,
and 400, 12c.
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 21(a24c
f gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality.
KjAULJUi. fatar 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
itaisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN $1.50 per ewt.
BEESWAX 27a28c per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve 10a 11c per lb
BARLEY. Spring and fall 70a75e,
bushel, aud iu demand.
R E Is selling at $1.15a$1.25 for seed
Markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans, Sept. 5. Cotton firm; sales
fco-uay o,uui uaies; middling logaio. Flour
nas an advancing tendency 6.00. 'Sugar
urm at ai$. irovisions quiet but firm,
Other articles unchanged. .
lleekly ICeTlew or lite Cincinnati
Clucwxan, Seit 4, 1800.
BROOMS A very limited demand for export during
the week, and the market quite doll-- Frices have
noicuangea essentially, and we continue to quote:
Common ji 50 $2 00
rocy 9 60 3 00
Kxtra ao 3 00 3 25
ncr 3 25 3 60
E LITER There bas been no change whatever in
the market aurtng the week. The demand has been
but moderate, and chiefly lor prime grades. The re
ceipts are light. We quote common to fair 810c :
yi 1111. .1 can ,-r 1 1 1 vui, iit$i2c.;uia prune western
Reserve at 14S)15c. Tbe quantity going rorward is
BEESWAX The market is unchauged. Dealers
continue to pay 2S330c. ou arriyal
BKAN, SHOBrS, 4c. A continued dull market, and
the supply in excess of the demand. , Prices are not
quotably lower, and we continue to quote:
Bran, per ton $9 oolo 00
tnoru, per wu 10 00! I 00
Sbipstuff.per luu Ou15 00
Uiddbnga, per tun 14 Ouo.15 00
CHFEE There bas been an active demand all the
week, and the supply being light, prices advanced
ic. per pound, riotiug Urm at 8,'c. lor prime Wes
tern Reserve. The sale" comprise 3,0CO boxes,
CAXDI.ES AXD SOAP A limited demand for Star
Candles, without change in prices. Soap steady. We
coutinue to quote:
SUrCandles.full weight '..
" " 14 ox
Opal ' full weight
Tallow- double pressed...
" " common..........
Soap No-1 and paim
GIXSEXG Tbe demand for this article is good, and
prices are higher. Dealers are paying 60c for prune.
GRAIN There was it good demand for tbe prims
grades of Wheat In the forepart of the week, and thi
demand continued antil Friday, when, on the receipt
of tbe news from New York, tbe market became ex
cited, and prices advanced 5c, per baste! on all
grades; bat the h go prices asked by holders caused
the demand to fall Off, and Use market Closed quiet
but firm at ft 05 1 04 for prime Red, aud $1 1731
20 for prime While. Tbe sales for tne week compriae
2 ,000 bushels.- Corn Tbe market for ear bas been
buoyant art the week, with light receipts, and prices
advanced 495c. per bushels, closing firm at 44)45c.
ia balk. - Tne market for shelled is steady at 6.'55c.,'
including sacks. Oata Tbo market in the forepart
of tha week was dull, but nnder light receipts prices
advanced , aud the market closes steady at 29c in
bulk. Eye Th market la dull, but unchanged In
prices. We quote prima at efcgXSSc. Tha sates of tha
week cotnp. no S,0O0 bn-hels. Barley The market
is unchanged. There is a fair dein .nd for choii-e for
eU, but brewers nt malsters are buying sparingly.
W.jqote pr:me V ill at 75c , and fair to good at 6
rlAV The suppTy h tviug been better during the
week, pries dt-rliued, chwuig at $1114 SO perton
for prime Tiinolhy, hi bales, at river or railwiy sta
X dull market, though prices have no
changed. We quote aa fo'.iows: , '
Fliul........ ..U-V.!.1.....'! 14 c
lry sailed - T ...llJa! c
' Grecu Sailed , o.1, 6
Wet O 6C
. Hieep'a I'eiu, eacli...., .. .7 S5 e
Hoes are iu fair titniand at (5 50 Tor slop
and ti 75tt f" e.ro-latied gross. Mock are in de
mand at S5 tuSi5 75. and nut many olfrinit. Sheep
unchanged and iu moderate demand at SI S0(3)' 50.
FLOUR The demand-in tbe fore-pan of the week
was good and continued so up to Friday, when advi
ces were rtceived from Xe York qmrting a large
advance. Owing to the un favorable weather in Eng
land, the market here became excited and prices ad
vanced fully 5c.. per brl.; and holdcs were asking
a stillfurthcr advance, but this checked business and
transactions were limited at tbe clcse. We quote
fair to-good brands at S5(o 15; extra at $3 U55 50,
and fancy at 85 75tt 2a. '
IRON The market is steady, with a fair demand
for all kinds. " we quote Uhio Hot BU.-1 Fig at 8J5
Sfl, and I ar at iHfa 3ic. per poimd lor common aud
LEATHKK A fair demand for Ijolo aud SkirUng,
but other kiudM are dull. No chai ge in prices, aud
we iute ae follows: .
Sule, cily tauned, er to.: .i7f5i)-Hc.
Hemlock, do do Vti-24c.
Harness leather, do 2&We.
SkirUng, - do -t3ac.
Call .-kins, per doz-.... ....$i&'
Kip do; do - ...i.......oO4U
I'pin-r Leather, per doz: 33y40
BridJo do- do - 40la
iJllS 1 lie market for Unseed had been dull during
the week and prices declined lc. per gallon, closing
at 68c. I.ir.1 is firm at 93o. for No. 1. Ked is un
changed. We quole distilled at 6"i'-:. aud saponified
PF.OVIIOXe TUo market Tor all articles has been
quiet during the week, aud the business done quite
lim.ted. Holders coutmuu Urm and are unwi.luig to
make any coucesious. Bacon is held t S, litre
13c. Kulk Meat at 8Uc., and me.-s l ork at
tl'J 75. About 2,000 kegs of Lard sold at 12 V"., "t"'
at the close it was generally belJ at 13c. 200 hhds.
clear Bacnu Sides sold during the weekat 13'c.,and
oue or two small arcels tf uiesd Fork at 119 50.
Lot isille, Sept. 4,1800. -
LOfiS The h if market has quieted down agiiu
after the eac iteuieiit of the fortnight. Hogs deliver
able on the lines of our railroads have bHn taken lo
the number ol about 135,00d bead at S4 x3fa)5 gross.
Lai ge numbers of bogs have been driven f rom Ken
tucky to Indiana. Illiuois. aud other convenient lo-
cahlus where corn is plentiful from those regions in
which tbe crops have iu a measure tailed. &t.twita-
sl aiding the ruling oil' in the corn crop in our own
Stale, we do not aulicip.ite a corresponding falling off
in tbe hog slaughter iu mta City, as me corn, the li.e
ol tUe bog, is abundaut uu I close at hand.
FLOUR AND URAIM Ihere has been a material
advauce in flour since our last, with considerable
transaction. M e quote superline at 5fS)5 25, extra
S5 f0(5)6, and family and fancy brands Sd 502)7.
Wheal is urm at ilfatl 10, extra white SI 15 from
w.gon nneat lrom store 1 lb,l 25. Uats from
the wharf 33c. there being no receipts by wagon ;
sa.ea from store at 37t4oo. Rye 72(a'"5i. Bar.ey
U5c Ear corn in demaud at 50tg'55c:Keutucky while
63.65c, includiug sacks. Corumeal 50g.65c. Feed
is iu demand atH,l, and 20 for bran, shorts.
FROVTIOXS Provitions have undergone no
change. Hie prices are for mess pork $20 per bbl.,
tli in miss $19, iigut lo heavy rump $13 5ugl4 50.
Shoulders 10c, ribled sides 12ic, Clear libbed sides
13c, clear sides 13ie, lumi 14(i Uc, We quote
ard at 13. ( 53 c lor kegs aud tierces.
Ladies Shoes and Gaiters.
LADIES flue black Congress Gaiters, with heels;
" Lice "
' " brown Congress "
" " " & bl'k button " "
" " Kid Slippers, with and without heels;
logetner with oilier styles of Lames' Misses' and
A large and superior stock of Gentlemen's wear.
Fatent Leather Gaiters and Strapt Snoes;
Calf Congress " and Oxford Ties;
EngCilf " " "
Lasting " " "
The above goods are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and which we are offering at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Fublic fquaro.
junei-tr near sxydek & fkizzell.
Great Auction Sale of
(At the Furniture Rooms of CA1X & CORNELIUS, Xo.
4'J Lliurcn St., opiiosile the Maxwell Houpe.)
OX TUESDAY ilORXLVG, SEPTEMBER 11TH, at 10
o'clock, Benj. F. Shields & Co. will proceed to sell
without reserve, and coutinue from day to day until
the entire stock is closed. This extensive assortment
of Furniture, Seasoned Lumber, Materials, Tools, Hard
ware, etc , consisting in part ot the following articles :
me Marble Top, Mahogany Rosewood aud nauiut
Bureaus; Fine Extension, Dining and Breakfast Tables;
850 assorted B-dsteads and Lounges; elegant Ward
robes and Cribs, Wash Stands, Hat Racks, Spring Bot
torn Parlor Chairs and Rich Rockers, Towel Racks, So
fas, Hall Tables, Fine Writing Desks, Hall Chairs,
Clothes Horses, with an assortment of Gilt and Ma
hogany Looking Glasses in short oue of the largest
aud most complete slocks yet ottered it. our city at
auction. - -
Tekjis. All turns under $50 cash: all sums over $50
and under $100 30 days; all sums over $100 90 days'
credit, for aproved not-s in bank.
BEN J . SHIELDS CO.,
Unless previously ilismsed of after the sale of Furni
ture is over we will sell all the Lumber, Machinery,
Tools, kc- consisting of a modern made Steam Engine
nn1 llnilt.r Pluninir Mu.hi,ir Pirfiilur Kuu-n llnrtim
Turning Machine, Sharpening Machine. Grooves and
machinery necessary to manufacture on a large scale,
together with the buildings and the Factory.
Nashville Aug. 20th, 186U B. F. S. k Co.
A'ear SVask nllr, Tennessee.
THE Sisters of the Order of St. Dominie, well known
in this aud adjoining States as experienced and
competent directors of female education, respectfully
announce to the citizens of Nashville and to the public
iu general, that they are prearing and will be ready
to receive pupils at the above institution on the Lst of
October. The Academy is about a mile from the city,
and is situated in one of the most beautiful and heal
thy locations in its vicinity.
The Ladies of this Institution being specially de
voted to the education of the young of their own sex,
will leave nothing undone to impart to the pupils confi
ded to their care a thorough education, in highest sense
of the word. The religion professed by the ladies of
the Institution is the Catholic, and they will impart
special religious instruction to pupils professing that
faith. Pupils of every religious denomination will be
admitted, and no undue influence will be used to bias
the religious principles of the young ladies; nor w ill
any of them be permitted to embrace the Catholic
faith ithout the verbal or written consent of parents
or guardians. Uniformity and good order, however,
require tbe attendance of all at morning and evening
prayers, and at the religions exercises on Sunday.
The course of studies is divided into four depart
ments, each department having its own distinct course
of studies assigned it.
The academic year will consist of two session the
first commencing on the first Monday of September
the second on the first Monday of February. The aca!
demic year will clone with a public distribution of pre
miums and honors about the 20 Hi of June of each
Terms Per SessionPayable in
For board and tuition, $65, $70, $75 and $80 ac
cording to the department of the pupibt.
. EXTRA CHARGES.
Latin and Modern Languages earn, $12 00
Music on Piano, . , 2 25 K)
Use of Instrument 9 00
Music on Guitar, instrument furnished by
pupil, . . . , . - , , 20 00
Music on Harp, 45 00
Vocal Music, 10 00
Sketching and Painting in water colore 12 00
Painting in Oil, and materials, 25 00
Washing, 10 00
Bed and Bedding, . 10 00
Board, Washing, tc, during vacation, 25 00
Books and stationery, when furnished by the Insti
tution, will form extra charges; as also, will medicine
and medical attendance.
No deduction will be made for absence or withdraw
al, nnless occasioned by illness or dismiss.
Pupils will be charged from the date on which they
Boarders are requested to bring all necessary articles
tor me luufk
The Academy will not incur the expense of furnish
ing articles of clothing or pocket money.
Pupils will not be allowed to spend pocket money at
their own discretion. Such moneys must be deposited
with the Superior of the Academy.
To prevent improper correspondence, all letters re
ceived and sent are subject to the perusal of the Supe
rior, though in no case is such correspondence prohib
ited as regards parents or guardians.
With the exception of books of devotion, no books
or periodicals are allowed to circulate in the institu
tion, except such as receive the approval of the Mother
For further particulars application may be made to
the Mother Superior of the Academy, or to tbe Rt.
Rev. Bishop Whelan. - - - - - - -
All business letters to be addressed to the Mother
Superior, St. Cecilia's Academy, Mount Vernon, near
Nashville, Teun. aug27-t Oct 1
WM. S.EAKIN & CO.,
WHOLKSAI.E DEALERS IS '
EElDr-MDE CLOTHDiG, VARIETIES. iC,
4 . -J" 4 . No. lorthTwet Corner Public Square, . . 4
W'E invite the Fporial attention of tho trade lo our
. , .Liars and veil assorted stock of , .
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which we will sell LOW for rash or to prompt
Merchants. ... WM. S. EAXIX k CO.
aug29-diwawtf t - , -. , -
E VA N s: & : C 0.,
. Wo. 1 JVaahTllJe Inn Block
Are in receiptor their Fall tock of Foreign and Do
mestic ' ' ' " '
DRY GOOD 3
Varieties and Clothing
BootgjShoes, Hats, Bonnets, &c.
To which the inviia the attention of the Trade.
Ilr? mote, t tt.
MOKGAN &: CO.
D RY-Gr.OO D S
Manufacturers of Clothing,
AKL receivmg, and will have complete bv the 20th
day tf August, a VKRY LARGE AXO EXTEX3IA"E
MUCK, lo which the alteutiou of prompt buyers is in
viU'd auglO-tilloct 1
NBW STORE, NEW GOODS.
W. H. CALHOUN & CO.
v a rr C II K s ,
asm dealcrs i.x
Diamonds and Fine Jewelry,
I1A E REMOVED TO THEIR KEW STORK,
CORNER COLLEGE AND PUBLIC SQUARE.
R. C. M'JTAIET & CO"
HAVE ON II AND
ONE Ill ADUED U0LLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
Au Unusually Large Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C O T T 0 N S!
For Servants, which they will sell very low
by the piece.
JpSf Persous not yet supplied will consult
their interest by examing these goods, as we
are delemiinul .. rZ...c them ouU
K. C. M'NATRY & CO.
a. W. HOITHWOKTH,
.KO. H. TUAVKH.
UGLAS & CI
Importers and Jobbers in
Foreign and Domestic
NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE,
HAVE on hand and for sale at tbe lowest market
prices, upon liberal terms, the largest and the
beet assorted Stin k of Fancy and Staple I)ry Goods we
ever offered to the trade, viz:
. Kentucky, Tennessee aud Georgia Tnii k for Trows
Lake Shore Jeaus, Flannels, Plaid Liusey3, Tweeds,
Jeans and Satinets;
Negro Kerseys, Linsey and Bagging;
Plantation Plaids and Striiies;
Shirting, Sheeting and Osuaburgs:
Bed Ticks, Checks and Brills;
Blankets of all kiuds;
Cloths and Cassimeres;
Ladies' Press Goods;
Prints and Ginghams;
Linen and White Goods;
- Embroideries and Laces; " -
Hosiery and Gloves;
Thread, Buttons, ic., &c.
A. W. SO PTU WORTH,
GEO. H. THAYER.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale iu -
A'O. 53 PVBLIC SQUARE,
HAVE now m store a splendid stock of Ready-Made
Clothing, of tbe best makes and qualities.
r. SOI THWORTH.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dealers at Wholesale in
Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Umbrellas
C AttPKT ttAttS, ,
'jv'O.'oS PUBLIC SQUARE,
HAVE on band a large stock of the latest and most
fashionable Eats, Cap and .Bonnets. Also, Cm
brellas and Carpet Bags.
EC. HOCGL4&, .
a. w. sorunrokTB,
GEO. H. THAYER.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
' Dealers at Wholesale in
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Writing and Wrapping Paper J
j XO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE, f
Nashville, .1 ennessee, .
HAVTN'G refused to enter the various Eastern, Mar
kets this season nntil the reduction bad been yield
ed on the July prices of Goods, the abatement thus se
cured, connected with the handsome discounts obtained
tor cash payments, renders our stock the cheapest we
ever offered tor sale.
We too, always make liberal discounts to buyers pay
ipg cash at date of purchase. - - t
We invite the particular attention of the trade to this
Great Stock of Merchandise so admirably
adapted to the wants of the surrounding country.
Wo are free buyers tor cash of Feathers, Ginseng,
Beeswax, c ;. . , ... ., DOUGLAS CO.
aug30-2m . ,
Benton's Thirty Years in the United States Senate. , .
Cluskey's Political Text Book. - - - ;
Political Debates between- Hon. Abraham Lincoln
and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the celebrated cam
paign of 168, in XUmms. -
LMe and Speeches of Senator Douglas.; J '
Our living Representative Men. , " , . .'
Historical and Legal examination of the Dr4 Soott
Case.: rorsataby;.. JOHN "YORK CO.
Dicltin's New Book,
SHORT arORIXS, JB received aad f orsal by
Mtt4f' . JOHXTOBKft CX).
No. 59, College Street,
Are now receiving their stock of
Fall and Winter
And take pleasure in announcing to their
friends aad customers, and the trade general
ly, that they will have a 6 Lock ol goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
e most respectfully invite all to an ex
animation of our Good?, assuring all who
favor us with a call to give entire salisfac
We at present, invite particular attention
to ( ur excellent assortment of
VELVET EOBES, with Flounces, very rich;
EADZMLER SILKS :
AEMTIiiE SLLK, (in colors,) something entirely
SOLID COLORED SILK, in Plain colors and fig
POTJLT 'DE S0IE :
CHECKED SLLKS :
0TT0HAH V i TJE, N'ew article ;
0SMANLI POPLINS, and
Our Lace department is unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Point A'Gudlle Sets,
Point de Angleterre Sets,
Point de Alencon Sets.
White and Colored Tarlctou,
- Curtain Damask, and
- Curtain Trimmings.
A fall assortment of tbe various etjlcs of
French, English and American Prints : -Bleached
and Brown Shirting and Sheet
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNELS, all
Good g f o r Bo" )'s W e a r.
We call particular attention to our large
and excellent assortment of
Heavy Goods ; for
Tennessee Traek for Trowsers,
- - Plaid Linsejs,- ; ' ;
' ,T. - ' Heavy Blankets.
,v' " ' Osnalmrga,;
? J ; 1 -.. . 'Jeans, tc
Ang. 24, CQ-2w
J J J
Cliaucery rSales. :
Jl 'jur Jl"rili" Firm fur sale. .
PrR-l AVT to a d.T-reo of the Chaiicery Cuurt. at
ashvill.'.- Ibe ca- cf ?ar.di 1. Work r. Wm'.
f j biis au.l .ali.-i'-Cf win pr.id to sell oh the prrmiset,
oh Tufjdag, vrfirr. l&tiO. th-Farm of lno atTes,
lyiutf t-u liie u.rilK-rn lut'k -t iho riviT "umljerlaod.)
3 in.ii-s mun fiie etiy. kuvu Ik fmiu.' pLtev of
il.ij.-r Wiirk and InHi-iit ly him l" Wm. l'ylius.
Ierms .-V;ile tr lrom rtli-inituiti , and u creilit nf
fi, 12, IHijU. H tu-jc'.h. wituiKit inKrest-;ir--liaser
tpive uoii with afnvtl t-iruvutl lu-n fU" re
ta,u. J. J. iZ. t.LH-tVt, C. & M.
Ilatlau L'. til EdaU.f.-r SaU: t
PUMA.f l a (irt n-c of th - Cltaii.NT.v. UaM at
i ivaiUviue. in the eai: U"iu. Ujituft. aim.V. .
iw. Catharine liisLmi aud fliiei.. 1 will pi-ic-ed l's.-h
on Ihe f rcwiut. m llVuomiJcijr. t 10: r AcT. 1'.
all the Ki-al lil.U( of li-ii "lai- Ltl.. tiiuel ll.isl in
ilied poss'f; lUe-juiwa.-ii;i;c; C llw Mill 2
lv-ts u Warreu Mrt-.-l. 7 ljt. .n l-;i.-vi!ie sirtt. 1
Lt -u Jvltl-isua street ol tio1. l. -l 1 Lul ui Ot" leet "
Ji-UeiMin iriit, in M'(.ii.k ; Auaiti-o. 1 l"t ui
IVI-li & WhrtiJ's a.hlitiwi. K". H v i Hill m ui
tuld to be reweed fiy purrivtA r.
Ikkm. 1,2 and a wars c.-lil wiiii mter st ; g"i
pi-rfuiial security rvquireil and U u retained.
s. pt4-lJS J. t UU:.AV !,.. .C M.
I'tittKil u.j frj- .Sje.
KL'AN'f to ado-i-ec 4if tue "l.:in.-ery C:rt at
XashriUe. iu the wf H. 'I. Wlkiti.-.u. tir., A:e. .
Ot lUUIel XiillUjJ, dot O. IV. UieU iillilliMia l!ie 4ii.-r
heirs aud crejiturb ot said IVUkl Vo.iiif, 1 win in feed
to cell on lh. preims.-s. mi F.-ittcrv. hiot?i ItwJO.
that tiue K;irm of Hie UI - lluuiel i.uiii.'. -ilu.ill 4
miles from thu, cit . uu White's Creek. "i.iaiuiuLr a
aTts, anj vMiii'S.vilent iniprivonieiiU ! even' kind
urxin ir. ' " ' ----- - -
Ikrm.-'. iTetlii.it s. l-i and u4 niontii. wuu inter-
e.st. Notes with ki-kI security reuuired aud pavabk" ui
B.iuk, and lieu reuined.
tce uan.l-unL j. t. iiij- i, c. s: 3t
Pl'liSL AXT to a detreo tUe Chauivry ourt at
Nashville, iu liie case of Uurrow au.l Ljadsley.
Admr's., of the fcito Ur. John fcbeiby, dcd., " Muru
ti. fclieiby and others. I vill seli at public sale at the
Court-house, iu Nahvilie. on Saturday, OctuUr 20;A,
IStiO, 29 slaves be!onEinr to t&e estate ol it. r-neiuy.
TtKMs. 6 aud VI mouths' creiiit, with uit.-rest,
purchars to give their noted with two apjiroved aecu
rities aud payable in Bank. Sale absolute and ithout
At the familv rosUeace, iu EJt'cfl.'ld, cn Friday, ike
9th OcM-r. It 00.1 will tell all the Furniture and other
unsold persoual piopciiy, of every description. u the
highest bidders. Six months' credit with iuieix-si,
notes to be payable iu Bank and to lie well secure I ex
cept wheu the purcuuoer amounts to less than 100. iu
which casj the cash will be required.
scpU-lds J. F.. ,1.EAVBS, C. i M.
3 Xcgr.vx ;f the Hark l'oung estate fur tal.t.
PrRSTANT to a deciee of the Chancery Or.iirt at
Nashville, iu'tho case of Janies H. and Jacob Younj,
Admr's of Mark Young, dec?d.,nj. FJUalieth Younp aud
others. I willsoll at the Court -hou?--e. in Nashville, on
Saturday, lA-triier 20i. the following Slaves to-
wit: usan. Fanny and Kilward.
TKRX5I. 6 months' credit without interest, nol pay
able in Hank, and with rood iKT-mnal.i-ttritv required.
ept4-ti3 - - - J. E. CLKAVEs, C. t M.
T II II 0V JB
Their Superior Reputation
Tuilovs, Hoot ana Shoe.
Harness and Carriage Makers
THE FAMILY 3IA(IlLi:
Light and Heavy Work,
LIGHTEST TO THE HEAVIEST CAKViEXT
Cash Premium of $50
I.-oU'ered to our PATRONS fur the
l.csV fiu-cimvi. ol" Sewing
Exhibited at the next AXXl'AL STATE F.V1R. com
mencing Septc-mber 10, 1S60.
CO.E BHOS,, Agents,
aug4-tf W O'llee street , Nash ville, Tenn.
WHEELER & WILSON
STI Ia L AHEAD
Challenge all Competition.
It is tlie Only 3Iacliine
OF ITS KEsD
R V I a IV a X V V. 7a "V l 1
NOSE can comiare with it iu construction aa to du
rability. CuusuuieS uotiiiug for repairs. In beau-
y of dcsigu and finish it RUiuds unrivalled. In point
of elegance and practicability of work done it caunot
be approached. Ihere beuiK no tension ou the kmer
threail the opposite beiui; the case with every other
Machine the wort ill not be drawn. In fact, it ia
altogether superflous to nmlliplv ivordat this lata day
as to the meriuof the Wheeler in Wibou Machine. Its
popularity is world-wide and coextensive wiih its use.
None know or understand it but to praise in uumi-os-ured
terms. Ten3 of thousands are o?iijC theui UirouKh
the entire range of puriiose and material for t'auiiiy
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see the new Marking liuagc an.l Instrument
or Stitching in Cord.
Xew Style Maeainc FiHf Dollars!
C. II. PAKSOAS, Agent,
rXI0NT STREET, X.5HTILLE.
n, i.ii, i ii.ua i -
As accidents wiU happen, ern in well related ami
Ues, it is very des irabk- to hare some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, x.
SPALDING'S PSEPABZD GLUE
meeu all Euch emergenci-, and no household ran af
ford to be w ithout it. Jt is al wava ready and up to the
sticking pomt-" There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolts aud
broken cradles, ft is just the article for cone-f hell aud
other ornamental work, so K.puiar with ladies of re
flnement and taste. , -
This admirable prenaratioa is used Cf.ld, being chem
ically held iu solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the bert cabinet-maker's U!ue. It may be
natal ia the piaca of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
more adiuMiire. - .
v "I'SEFUL IX ETERV HOTSE."
B.-a Brubb at-coinpaiiK each Kittle-. 1 Price "5
,.Tholesak, Depr.t. X. 4S Cedar street. New York -.
Addres, ; HEHB.YC.SPALDIKG4CO.." .
Put up for tValora In Cases conUiuinsr Four" Eight,
and Twelve Itaxoos a beautiful Lithopranhic Show
Card accotnpaayuiff eaeh package. .
- A single bottle of SKUJrXG'3 PEETAKEn
GIX will save tea times its cost annually to everr
household-ta .' - -
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Drofcisto, Hard
ware and Furniture Imalers, Urocers and Fancy SU.iros.
Country merchauts should make a note of sPALr
DtSH S l-Ktl'AKtli GLL E, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. janlu-ly
Canes and Umbrellas.
AFTXE lot received to-day, and a variety of Combs.
Brushea, Porta ilockw, Purses, Traveling Bajts.
Dressing Cases, tc., all seUing at low rates.
sep3-tf , J, ll, McGnX.
? Hiefe rj2.Z&' .-1
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustioa ia Hydrogen, of high medical author.
ity and extraordinary efficacy ia each of the
following complain is, vix. :
DEBILITY. NERVOUS AFFECTT05S. 1314
CIATI0K, DYSPEPSIA, DiARRHEA, COKSTt
PfiTION. WH0FTJLA. SALT KHETJM, SCUBVY,
JAUNDICE, LIVES COMPLAINTS RHEUSIA
TISiL KE2CUEIAL CONSEQUENCES, IN TEH
MTTTENT FEYE2S, NEURALGIA, CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKHESS. MIS
MENSTRUATION, WHITES, CHLOROSIS, tte.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS 0?
THE SKIN, ets. . , w - -
The IRON bsine absorbed by ths blood, and
thna circolatinGr through tha whola lystem, na
part of the body can escape their truly wonder
f ol influence.
The experience of thousands daily prove that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, da-
pression. of vital energy, pale and otherwisa
sickly complexions indicate it3 necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In U cases of
female debility (fluof albns, chlorobis, etc.), its
effects are delightfully renovating. Ns remedy
has ever bsen discovered, in the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts such prompt, harpy,
and Ailly restorative effects. Good appetite, rem
pleta digestion, rapid acquisition of strergth,
witti tn unusual disposition for active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow it u
As a grand stomachic and general reoUrativ
it has no superior and no substitute.
Put up In nrat flat metal boxes rontalnt";
50 nil l-i- m-lre SO cent wr box: tlx boi.
S-i 50; tue Uoaen tioxea. tK. Vot fair ly
Iriisirtt ceiicrmJly. Will be t Tree t
ui) dflreu on rerrtpt of tha price. All let.
tcra, oruera, tc, tnoua w -
BHOIUWAV, N V.
!Si. R. Ihf above U a tae-laoll ar th
tab I on each box
de22-dtriariwlv - -
FALL AND WINTER
E are now receiving and opening a large and
lectod sioi-k of SlAVLE ASH KaXCY
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, HOOTS AND BEOGANS,
Xem-o extia size Mud Boots, and Him Fur and Wool
Huts, t'lotli Cms, and a large eloi k of Variety tioda,
Threads of all kiud?, aud Yankee Notions, ix., tc.
A lar'e .-tin t i.f crerjr" praile if Pi inu, Blu-bod and
Brown lxjnt-Mi.'s. riaid Liilsi . printed aud plain; all
wool lielaiiM and t'ashujers, C4ihrd ilks, Black Silks,
Poplins, HelKu.'1-s. Krench M.tiik. Knt;lish and tierniau
Mermos. lYiuu-d American lk Lainrs, Kibbons, Truu
miufrs, ttliiu- ;ik1!. Kjiibroi.lernt", Lact; a lara
Elock of white, yellow, red aad gray Flannels, Clollis,
t'at-siniers, tittin.-iui, Jeans. Meal Skin and Heaver
Cloths; Over Coalings; a large st. k of bhirts, SkirU,
Fronts, hirt Collars, Sus,ienders, Ulovea, Hose and
half Hose of every kind, ia;., Lc.
lar'e aiid well assorted stock of siipcrfin
KKADY - AIADK CLOTIIIXG.
0nLitinir of Over Coats. Bnsinesa rai rir.n..ti.
Frock and lTvxs Coata Pan( nrl Vmm I'n.i shirt.
and Drawers. A lull hue of Clothes now in store just
ALSO, 5o0 ia-i,-s of Shoes. TV .is and Rrromi,. rH
diva's lkols aud Shoc, and Infant Micx-a. Thia'aUttt
is uiiiisnnlly larce. and will be sold uuder auv iMidv'a
prices in this market.
ALSO, a large etock of
Velvet and Brussels Carnetinir a .nH o ni. i
wli".",VP'..'DuU;,,"a1 S"'" Carpeting,
.- w ruiu VaaVol.
Knives and Forks,
ing Brushes, HlackiUfi. Guns and tlun fin. t-
We unwillinply aiknowledire that w h. th.
est FUk of every descriiition of Goods in the city of
.l??v'l'e' ud " w lulv "ay, Is that we intend TO
'r ; THKM. Our house SHALL be tbe head quarters
rorc7su and short tiuie prompt buyers only. There ia
aCas-U and prompt Time Trade that purchase their
goods m this citv. and we
trchiTd suid we say to c&ah and Drumnt tuoe bur.
IARCE AXD EITEXSirE STOCK
Before you buy, be sore.
EDWARD TRAEUE& W. II. LUCUS,
3 Public Square, Kashrflle, Teaa.
We have in our employ the following gentlemen:
GEO. W SHIluLDS, Bookseller and Cashier
GtO. W. KOKVELL, Entry, BiU Clerk and Saleuaaa
JAMES B. N1CHOL. Salesman i--,
UJM'M sr.- UOSllLK.
do; last but not least
by aitooddeal. . -
These gentlemen will be glad to see their friends at
all times and especial! v those who Dorchasa for culi
and pay their notes when due.
M. A. PARRISH & CO.,
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FOUWARDIXG 3IERCIHNTS, ,
Frontins ou College aud market at.,
South or Broad,
too bales Prime Timothy Hay;
100 bales Bace llorae liay.
8000 bushel Shelled Corn,
100 Seed '
600 .-." mr , , -
. BALED OAH '
100 bales Oats;
luo ' Straw. .-. --:
. f gm.VGi.rs. ' ,
COO boodles Prime Shinglea; .
WAGOX SPOKES. '
, 25,000 Waaoa Spokes. '
. 1000 bnaheU l'enui iTaaia Oats.
, lOo bnsthU Family iltwl.i'
-' '. POTATOES.
SO barrels Xorlhera TaUtoes.
The above article are a consignment aad a CI
t?WCt' M-A. PARRISH X
Bclea Hunariaa Grass just rooalrad aad for
M A. PARK1X3 CO.