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PUBLISHED DAILY; TKirOTEEXLT.'ANI) TVTEKKLY, BY . A. ; S. C AMP COM NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET
: : -VOL. XXII.
:;ti NASHyiLLE; TENN. EETDAY. SEPTEMBER 7,1800.
KEW. 'SERIES NO. 1468.
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'A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietor
- . Ha. 16 Deadexick Street, .
is PuUuktd Daily, Tri HVcHm and IfWiy.
. .$? per annum.
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- ' cThe Px-mar is an earnest, active and indefatigable
supporter of the Constitutional Cnion cause, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will Q-v cv.'ry bon
. . rabla eSirt to promote the election .of Bell and Evek
in To enable us to labor with incrKisod efficHmcy
we agk our party fr tends to aid us in extending its cir
culation. By the purchase ot the printing estallliment of the
AVkj, and recent addition of new materials from the
f-Hindi-it's, the Job Office of the Pateiot has been made
' ' the la'gst and ni'jt't complete in the South-West. It is
1 H a?o wipplied with the m"st competent w-wtrnm.
'"team Laa been applied ti our iwes-ses, which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in the hi:b
4 style of the art, plain, in 00101?. or bronze,
, -;-; BIIX HEADS,
Aiid, m.ie-L everything from the smallest Tip to the
uyinmoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
"The large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of th subscription lists of
Aeirj, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
Xoce better in the city.
jSj- We solicit orders, at our ctEce, So. 16 DeAPEE
" t Pteiet
A. S. C AMP & CO.
IH-lVE TIII3 DAY ASSOCIATED MATTHEW ADDY
with me in busines-s, the name of the firm to be
hobert M-re Co KL'BI3.T MOORE,
, July 1, lsdO 4a Walnut street.
"- ROBERT XOOEX.
If ATTHFW ADPT.
IVcdaee Commission Merchants.
o. 49 walnnl street,
- crxcrxxATi, omo,
"Purchase and sell, exclusively on commissioa. Flour
Bacon, Chees. Butter, Seeds, Oils, Dried Fruit, Can
dioi, Soap, Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tuba, and arti
cles of Domestic Mannlacture ana riou'LCt. generally
DRUGS AXD MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL DRUGGISTS,
-. .i . S- W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,
i ITT are prepared to execute orders for Dru'i
I and Jledielnes and ail articles penain
ingtotne Drug Business, with despatch nd at the
lowest market price.
The same attention will be givsn as heretofore to
have every article oral good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put np that is of
a doobtfulor sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain the reputation w
nave established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
our stuck before buying elsewhere, believing wecan
(uiw j ou inducements seldom offered in tin or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs e have
" constantly on hand a large stock of Pcrtumery,
'"Aps and Toilet Articles, WhiM Lead, Linsaed Oil,
laHmline en'sni, ly-j-ior? and Mines Tor meat
- . aurlO-tr
... f S now opau lor the reception of visitors. On and
after Tuesday the day of July Mr.. Jesses
' J'ASKisa will run an accommodation Omnibtcs, leaving
(he aevranee House ever; . Tuesday , Ihursiay , and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. J .arriving at the Spring
to dinner fare two. dollars ofliee and- register at
,-Sewanee House. The medical qualities of these
'Springs are well known. FordyspepsuL,disea9esof
The. liver, and for complaints incident to females,
Auey -are unsurpassed. There are five sulphur
Springs or different qualities, besides freestone and
aewl discovered chalybeate.
Terms Per Dav $1 50
1 - - " Week 8 CO
- " Month ...30 00
tz ?Hpre per week .t v 3 50
Children and servants half price.
.ti-. - WM. T. YEAT3IAX,
" . Superin enUents.
T r : ' ' '
Telegraph Chalybeate Springs.
This water is brought four hundred feet in ten seconds
r flakes pleasure in informing the public that be is
X now ready tto wait on ail who may favor him
with a call.
This Spring is situated on the east side of Cumber
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
from 94 lose; une rerson,sz; ty tnorink, A cents.
Payment in advance.
.v'farbontte of Iron, Carbonate ol Lime, n!ptiate 4
. Magnesia, Sulphate of Lime, Muriate of Magnesia,
lanaV of Soda. - - -
The pacific gravity f the ' fresh water was
1.0V222 distilled water being taken as a standard
jtwderstand tbaf the water has already been ben
aital eeveral nmlids. - It will be beneficial to a
greater decree whea taken fresh from, the Spring
I should pronounce it stunulantand tonic, an d adapt -
M,'conseqnentIy, to cases of debility, accompanied
with Anauomic condition of the system, and contra
in rj rated in plethoric and innamatory states.
- K1CHAKD O.CCRREY.
There Is no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
Drsa at tiieeMtern end of the Snspenalon Bridge is
.good Chalybeate water, and, that it is adapted t
ttiay aisecses of dehiniy. B..W. HaU, St. D.ffc
Thompson. M. P., Henry Carow, II. D., T. It Jew
nines, M. D., Boyd McNairy, M. D. ,B-C. K, Martm,
M. 1. june2S-2m
-ValualDle Town lots
- - a-jtd " : " : '-
For Sale. -
T A if offer.ng for al , ou reasonable terms, the
"t ToUowing property: ft -handsome BuaJmg !.!
in toe "tn and ftui Wards or Nashville.
$ie Houses and Lota of varatus uimeaakins, froaa
Mrge -t smaM eomfoi lafore resnences at low prices,
in the city. .-- - - .
One doable three story Business House on Broad
street, occupied at present .by Hardcattw Co.
One Tract of about 22ii acres, thre miWs out oa
the NashTllie and Chattanooga Railioad, frame house
and WU part of the Lacoa Crlch.r tract, good
;..Ooe Tract of abont 31 acr.,on the Murfreeaboru?
TurepikJ road, at its juncuoa with the Stooo'a Biver.
TorfcpU ooe-balf mile on .adjacent to W. B. Lewis
tAd ptbers my Brick-yart jruperty.
. tr.e Tract of about 30 act a, eight miles out, neac
Cla siurfreesboro' Tsrnpik' . . Good. improTemeuta,
soud water and timber. . . . - - -- --
. One Tractor about 60 acres e the Franklin CoU
lagvaad Stone's river Texnpike.l smieeoel S acres
scared, balance good limber and well watered.
Ok a lract of about IS acres, adjacent to same oa
fim iast, frunu oa said Turnpike over 2U0 poles
nearly ail good timber and Ad cood. . .. ..
..Oho Tract ot about 160 eivee, tan sodee out, near
Satan's Springs, one mile vad a bail orth of the
Uuxlreesboro' Turnpike. moetly eUiimbred, about
40 acres cleared and several other kits and. tracts
of-but d ia Xasbvtll aad vicinity.
For further particstarscail ea Na.icb WoobWAnn,
No- &0 Cbrry street.- t ,
Young Negroes at fair prices will be taken in ex
change for Ute above.
Juoe5 lm . , cat .. JAMES M. M"RELI -
Ladles' Bonn t Boxes.
TC3T received" a" large assortment of Ladles' Bon
J , aet Boxes, single and ovuble tops and truys. ;
Aiso, ladies' fcai.hgl and Traveling gs, which
Ifiger very cheep for cash.
X7 . ' . J0HIC SAlUGa.. .
Nashville and Chattanooga RR
Change of Schedule.
ON' AM) AFTER . "
Sunday next, April 29, I860,
Pasuger Traiii3 will run a3 follows: . . ..
. GOING EAST. - -
Leave Nashville at 4 A. x. and 3 P. M.
Arrive at CUaltanfira 1 JjO r. M. and 1 :4a a. a
Leave ChaUanonca at 730 A. . and T30 r. j(,
-. Arrive at NashvUle itSr.x. and 8 a. M.
IJ. rail connection, and shortest route to Bwum.
J. New Yorfc, Philadelphia, Baltimore, W asbiiigton
far, Richmond. PetTsburg, Lynchburjt. KuoiUe,
Savannah, Charleston. Montgotuerj-, Memphis, Ne- or
Both Trains connwt at Stevenson witL Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tcnntssee and Georeia and west
ern and Atlantic Kailrnads.
Throuirh Tickets may be had at any lionr on applica
tion to Ticket Aent, at oflicc at Ik-pot, to the fitiktwiuK
places and at the following pricvs, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. CIiarlton, P. C.
r- i. tin. rouie
Holly Springs. MLs.
E. W. COLE. Superintendent.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Ereight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Najihville, at slower speed, but with the panie
rertainty as their pussseneer Trains. N'o.ielay to freights
by this route. " E. W. CtI.E.
Cliarle&ton and Savannah
Bates Rrdnrtd and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all the roads. On and
after the 24th of December, 1S59, through rales
frrm New York to Nashville:
First Class, per 100 pounds $1 64
Second Class, " " 1 35
Third Class, " " 1
. Fourth Class. " "
Hats, Cap and Bonnets 2 25
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and four day3.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight and nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause the above variations in
time, a no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions bv ice or snow. Overcharges and
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Nashville and Chnttanooga Railroad ou
ueuverv. . ti.
ht to Sew York and Philadelphia
Cotton and l'lonr,
CHARLESTON AXD SA YAXXAIL
Cotton oer bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight (4 !
Flour ner barrel 1 45
No insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton comnressed at the option and expense of stea
tiers when eomDressed. it can be freighted from New-
York to foreign ports at to 2-16 less than cotton noi
Through receipts issued by the Freight Agent of the
Nashville and Lbattanonga Kailroaa.
C. W. AXDERSOX.
dec23-tf . General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMME NOING ON JUNE
1 1 tb
Little 31iami -and Columbus and
flX'TI. 11.1511 LTO.V & DATTOX
From CINCINNATI to
Boston in 32 H hours.
Philadelphia in 26 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs.
Buffalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland in 8 i hours.
Wbeeland in 94 hours.
Crestline in 6 hours.
Xow York in 30 VJ hours.
Baltimore in 24 hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12f honrs.
Steubensville in 10.SJ hours.
Zanesville in 6 hours.
Toleda in hours.
Sandusky in 10 hours
Detroit in 12i hours.
Throngli Trains leaie Cincinnali as follows:
T:30A.M. EXPRESS From Little Mia ma
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton k. Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Buffalo;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg: via. tlunibus,
SteubcnavUie and Pittsuurgi via. Columbus, i-lliar
and Pittsburgj via Columbus, Bellair and Benwood.
T:30LA. JH.JSXPKESS. Ftem-Ciarinnati,
Ifamilum and lietroit Depot, also connects via. Lima.
Toledo. Detroit and Canada: via. Dayton, Clyde and
Sandusky "- - - - ' " x
IO A. Iff. EXPRESS From Little Miami
TVoot. connects v ia. Columbus. Bellair and Benwood:
vta. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
OreFtlme anT l'lnsbureftiaT'CbliiiubusT'Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo. -
6 P. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Iavton ITot, via. lJma.TCIedo, Detroit and
Canada; via- Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky.,
inodern Sleeping Cara on this Train,
t Tiet Toledo,
11 P. OT. EXPRESS -From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Coluiiibusj-teubcnsville and Pjtts-
bure: via. Columbus. BeHiar and Pittsburg: vis. Co-
lumbus. Belliar and Benwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and l"itlsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
Slodern.Sleeplnc Cars on tills Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M . have 5 houn in Cleveland.
- Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct cmnectioas.
Tlie 6 P. M. Exprtst, Saturdays, makes aU' am
neetiaru at advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Xiirht Express runs Daily. Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COI.IMBIS TIME, which ls 7 Minutes
fas-lcr than CLNCLVX ATI TIME. . :
Basrrace - CItecked Through
all Eastern Cities. - -
. passengers should bear in mind that tho '-CIX-
CXNN'ATl-' s tbeULD and FAVORITE ItOUTE. : Cott
nectious are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
insuring arsco, coxrow and SAFETY. j ," . " i ."
Are sold at ail -tb -PRINCTPrJC RATI .ROAD-TICK FT
OFFICES in the EST and SOI lit. Ask for IickeW
- P. w. SrKADKK, tienerai iictet Ageni, v in iu .
THE 11TH DAY OF OCTOBS
next.at Madison, the county seat of St Francis
County, Arkansas, I will sell at public auction, my
rarm, lying seven miles KortA-n est 01 ataajson, ana
eve miles front toe line of the MempBis ana lattte
Hack Railroad, situate in Tejco Creek. Bottom, and
entirely tree trom overflow. The Tract consist of
ONE THOUSAND AND FIFTY-SEVEX ACRES of rich
cultivable Land, with all appertenanees necessary to
a Cotton Farm, to continually well watered , and
cleared ia liberal proporuoa. . x, . - -
TERMS: la three equal payments: The first to be
made ineity acceptance In Memphis on' the 1st ef
January , 1861 ; the other two with mortgage security
upon the land to be made successively in one and two
Information as to other particulars may be had ly'
examlnatloc of the premises, or by addressing meat
Green Hill, Wilson County, Tennessee. - '""
At the same time and place, 1 will sell on three"
months time, my farming stork, utensils, corn'; fod
der, 4i. A. T. GOOOMHi.
augS-diw tiU SeplS . .. r, v.( , t t
- ' - - - m . -a a sV
: Extra ramilj IFlourVt
iKrt' BARRELS Fx trs Family Flour , Ban ulact ur
LOU ed from choice. White .Wheat, to arrive to
day, and for sale by .. . a - '
tiarlMf yJUZELL, HOOPER CO... .
Clrcal- National loute.
To JBammrj'jJPUilade Ipliia,'
"" NEW YORK AM) BOSTON,
" ASD XSIX BOAT) TO - ' -
Washington Cityl -CENTRAL
AD BALTIMORE AXD OIBO
rriEMJXATE. at Jtoliutuirt'jnidlWadiiiiKUin.tity on
"i the Fast .and t'olunibiis ou-the Wci.nt which
Jkices,it cpnjit3ins,!rUURaiu:,lsl6,C-i1 tr'm ""
Kiut-t'iu. . t c.-
: Tht-Weste Sontlnmt-and Sorthwest.";
Passengers bv flii route can vie it the cili of plalti
more. Philadelphia. Xevr York aud lkUiu at the cos!
or a ticket to New York or Boston akme ly other lines.
Through tickets can lie proi-ured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at anadUitiialchaigi; two
dollars only. '
Sleeping" Cars atlarhod toall trains. j
TICKETS GOOD V.TIL USEl,
With the jrivilege or stopping ou" at all jrii-iial
points. - !
Business Men or Travelers, Tor Pleasure or Innrma
tion, can visit all the Eastern Cities at a comiarat ively
small expefwe. - The sceuerv is- celebrated r.irits w.n
derful beauty and sublimity; it i unequall.Hl in, the
world Its svstem of Dav and Night Track Police: its
spleudid'equipiueul; its exclusive ieicgrapu t-incs, w
large amount 01 oouoie ira n; ji un- n v"""'
tbesnrvrttliince of the Company .J ensures n the pas
senger . " ;r .- ' - f - .
SPEED, SAFETY AND COM OUT.,
Throuch tickets and bagsnige clic ks can le obtained
at all the principal Kiiilroad and. Steamlxt omcr m
the West... ... . . - ' -' i
Ask lor Ticketsvia. Baltimore and Ohio
- Railroad. -
W. P. SMITH. Master rrf Transportatiou.
I "M (tI.E. t:eneral Ticket Agent. ;
E. F. F11J.KJI, General Western -Agent. - :
J. W. BROWN, (k'U l Ticket Agent. C. O. B- K.
Edfield & Kentucky Kanroaa.
IVasIiville to Clarfesrille, Hop-
kinsTille, Kussellville, &c!
OX AXD AFTER ' " i
Saturday-, April 7th, 1S60,
Two Trains to and from Clarksville daily. -
COIXG X0RTII. ; ' .
Leave Xashville at 60 a. m. and 2:45 p.m. ' .
Arrive at Clarksville 1035 A. x. and 7:15 ' J M. i
GOING SOITH. .
Leave Qarksville at 6 A x. and 2" 45 Px.
Arrive a NashyUle 10. a. x. and T rnt
The mornmetrain from Xashville connect!; at Spring-
fipld with a dailv line of stages to Kussellville, and at
Taifs SUtlon, near State, Boev-itli Slaughter. i.C0.-3
dailv line or. lour norse coacnes 10 jnopkins me,
via." Trenton, f embrake&c:, . l . J
Frooi'lfonkiiisvluC stages leave for Columbus, Kr.,
Paducah, Smithiand, Eddy villo and Henderson.' "
Fare from Nasnviiie to itonaerson ?-i ov.
- A. AXDERSOX','
tf . Chief l--nguieer.
Notice to Shippers.1
r being of the utmost importance for- the proper
Droteclion of the Track, aud to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run Ht
regular unilortn rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished bv running on schedule time-; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be run on the tune
laid down in tho schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty dayr from this da te. freight will be received by tho
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only. -' ?
Rates 011 Flour; Reduced.
a 'HE Xashville and Chattanooga Railroad win receive
at Nashville, Wartrace, Sheibyville and Stations
on X. A: C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
- E. W. COLE, '
Snp"t of Transportation X. i C. R. R.' --
Jan22-tf - - ." . ;
Lioulsville ami IasUvle
RAILROAD. i U '
CIIANUE OP TI M E."
ry iwo through Express Passenger Trains between
i Nashville and Louisville, makhif close Connec
tions st Louisville for New York, Boston,' Pb'ladel
pb, Baltimore, Washington-City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
West. " "
On and after Scsdat,-JnT the 8th , 1860, tra!ns
will run as Tollows: ......
First Mail train loaves Nashville at 5:00 A Jf.daily,
stopping at (rallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow June
tion,Klizabethlown,andalIregularstatious when sig
nalled by a flag, and arriving m Louisville cM:40
P.M; Returning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M.,srop
ping -as above, and arriving in-Xashville at 2U6
j M." " " '"' " " " ' - " '
da ily, Sundays excepted, stopping as first train, and '
arriving in Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Returningleaves
Louisville at 6:20 P. M., stopping as above, aud ar
riving in Nashville at 3: 0i A. II . . t
. Gallatin. Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 4:."A) P. Jl., and arriv
ing in Uallalin at6:10 PM. Returning leaves Oalla
lin at 7.00 A. M., and arrives in Nashville at 0:10
A.M.- '- - -' !
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, last and West, with a choice or the many dif
ferent routes. .-.-- .-....- .- ,
JNO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent, i
A.J. Field, General Ticket Agent. - -- --
juivio-dtf - - - - , ' '. i
y , . X
A s aceidrnH vritl Ttnimen . rrm in tvII rujulatrd fami-
it is very desirable to have some cheap and convf-j
nietit way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, SiC
- SPAIDHJG'8 PREPAKED GLTJE '
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af-.
ford to be without it. ' It is always ready and up to the
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for.
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless qoils sad
broken cradles. " It is just the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental workso popular .with Judges of re-
nnement ana lasie. . . . ... . ... t , -. . .
This admirable preparation is need cold, being chem-
Ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue.. .It may be :
Used in the' place of ordinary " uiuciiue, being . y?stly
more adhesive.' " ' " - . ,
""USEFUL TX EVERY. HOUSE.."; .
Tf.lt.X Brush- accompanies each bottle. Price, 26
Wholesale Depot. No. 48 Cedar street. Xew York.
Address. HXNBY C. SPALDING 4 CO., Jl
1.- . Boa, .,s),ew. aWJ.
Put up for Dealers in Cases "containing Four. Eight.
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package. . -j. -
A single bottle of sraUJIMia flULPAKED
GLUE will save tea times its cos$ annually jo.. every
household.a. - ------ - - - " .t .. .
Sold by all prominent Statioueis, Driigiata rL-trd-ware
and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and fancy Stores.
Counlnr merchants should make a noleot JdPALr
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate janlO-ly
Shelton's; Maible'i Woxksi CI
Cliurrb st reel J ne$t door to Cbrnelius' jfodSjupl ohop
v" Nashville, TennMV!t
THE undersigned would inform hia frieads ri4&
and the public generaiiy that he will con-iU'V
tinue the MARBLE BliSlNESei in this citv. at VC
. . .1 ... s- 1...... . . . .ca-
nii snoD. pro iw. i.i-BDiiu.uwiixt-w
shop, on Church street and calls axtiuiiioa lo-.
tbestocltot .., . . a-.-.
ITIarble Flonomenti, Tombi,etc("
Whirb' ce has 'on exhlbilion and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most soperb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest not roe
HsjblelMantle; and every description of Jtarblo
Work. of Urn nucst American and Italao Marble. His
work will, as heretofore, be war-anted, and" his pricea
suit the times. . A-ciit.J.v4-i
-JainVMC ' " -V.. v" w iu
r ANLTACf URERS or Jeos Frame,
SSI GRAND, SQUARE and PARLOR
UaAKD PIANO-J'ORTES, made with
11 lha lrnnnifm.&ll CO&dUOt I Va t .
snperiori ;.uC tore, tooea- r4 4irabilHy,-JOL'-utiiiin
awarded at the jrairs la-.'ew Yorlt, 18 -
6 and. 'aaTasd ia St. Loafs, 1869. Kealer,6cbo
and FamiUea woll save money by eaUteg before p-
chasing. Al! instruments guaranteed for xoree-r
Warerooma 46xU BROOME 8 r. f (a.few aeors Wee
Broadway.) Mew York.. . fbil- "
O f fl A BUSHELS BARLEY .Wanted ai VoJ If
t,UUUfMarket Street.-; a.
auglm,. .1. . . . CBOSaMASltDBUXIXR. -
r-r Jl 1
JCST BI-CKIVKD BY v
- JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kelly's' and the O'Keiiys-by Dr. Tnone . 1 t
Margaret Mancrieffe by C harles Burdett . ;
The 3Iarb!e Fawn by Hawthorne ; ; -.
The Duchess of Orleans. j . -
Poe and bis Critics. . : -.
Hombaldts Corresp-m'lence. m t . ' -
flTT orrTTieTToss. ' 1
Life Struggle by ilifsi'anloe.
How jo enjoy Ufa. - '- '
Fawn of four Acres.
l iving Representation Mea. ' 1,L .
"Art Recreations. ' . .-vr
Babita or Good Soceity-for Ladies and Getleiiieii.
Liie's Murniog Life's Evening.
Votes on Ncriittg by Miss Nightingale
El Fnr'eidis by 'aut'jor.of Lamp Lighter.
Cryaut'8 Eulogy ou Washington ring.
Lhll Be tity--by author of (Jamblers Wife.
Mores' X tters to Kord Mcauby, . ." . .
Tylney Ha'.l a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of PavM b aot'tor- or Prince Mouse l
-: - David - - ' " .
The Florence btories by Jacob Abbott. . , ...
The Biblical Reason Why Word or God. -Friers-Wood,
Pott. 0ffice-by Hem, of Reilclif).-.
LM-vlfe"'-''1" llori a-tile-if-iIo4ern RnmeT
SS-T. !YerS, ftniLotlier StorioJ-by Julia-Kavanah.
IX ALL ITS BUANt:iIES.
' Shop on Church between. Cherry and Collegests.,
- JNashrille, Tenn. ; '"" "
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that be has recently taken the above stand and
is nrei.ared. o do Elacksu ithing in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy -Repairing, &c. ,4c,
in the best manner and at snort nouco. Me solicits
a share of public patronage. , - -
. - - - - - . JAS. TARPIJ.Y, i -.
for Sale. -.'.'
O HERRING'S SAFES, large size, wUlbeBoldrery
low to close acocEigDtnent.
J. W. WILSOX.
' A New Supply of Ohio Role Batler.' -
I HOT -PODXDS-of Fretb ButurjustrescSved pes
lt7 I Poland, aiid for sale bv - -. - , . .
-' ' ' x J. -" BOJ4 K SHIELDS C0.. ! "
""aprft-tl " ' No. 27 College street .
...The -Unprecedented Success
Which has of Mate utttndeil " the nse of
Li. X. SWIFTS
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict
. ed with riles to it- It is being 4e9ted--daHy with
the most beneficial effects.. It is the only preptra-.
tion that can be relied on for a petmaucnt and spee
dy cure. It you are afflicted try it at once. and be
caretul to useno other medicine in-connection- with
it. -It is compounded under the supervision of I- N.
SWEET who will retain the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its uee.
tg- For sale at Derooville'9 and -DeOeve's; and
by other Druggists. - juntlo-tf
. . Reynold's - New -Work. '. -
' The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Myeterieis or I.omiou, ic, &c.
Just received by - ' ' JOU-V YORK CO.
June9-t""J . '. ... . .. . ..
V If theGrave Could "Speak
f TTE should learn that oae half of the children
- v V born die before they are tlveyearsoldr Jive
no stroDg medicines to children , but at ouco resort
to the lirarfenberg - -
. Children's I'auacea,"
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
; "TheHealth.Bitterg; "
For 25 ent8,. will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consli
li lions, dyspeptio habits, bMMous disorders derange
ment of the stomach aad bowels. Every family
would use them at the presentctiange of tte season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE & M1NCHLS
- Express to Clarksville.
'lHE Souuiern Express Company respectfully an
X n ounce thattbejr are now running mewkngeks
through to Clarksville, via. K. ft K.and M.C. Ai L
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
audinterveningpoints with promptpessand dispatch
all goods usually sent by exjiress They will also
forward to all places on, stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. v Bil Is, notes, drafts, e'c. ,
collected and pronnitreturB made. "
gaprr ottice No. 19 Public Square.
fehl7-tf -A- K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Sundayi Scflbol !Xelehrationse
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
TyrOTHTXG adds so much io the appearance of a
. JU ' , Prooessioaoi .fcunday School CtuUJ v-aaae'lug
mine nana 01 every little Doy and gir.. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them in any Quantity, at 27
College sireet,npf tairs ovr Shields' Auctien- Ro m
Hungarian Grass Seed
TlsT received, aud for sale at a low figure 600
O bushels, superior Hanzarian Grass Seed. This
seed bas ben selected wUb, great, care ,'and. was. rais
eu 111 me -oruiuru poruou 01 Jiissouri is lree lrom
dirt and all iinnurities.
aprll-tf ug MIZELL, HOOPER & CO.
TlftT T. 1C L 0 U Dffo TE L , c
Enlarged' and -Refurnished. ;
THK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
.HOTEL, has nlaread it materially; end refur
nished it thorough out in the most elegant Mylef will
open the house to the public 011 Thursday the 6th
inEt. , - r i": i" ' ; SAMUEL J. CARTER.
JulydtCi. V A. W
An Invoice of ,J5eerschanm.Pips.:.'.J
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
'Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, whp-h will be soli cheap al pri
vate sale by w.BKNJ. JV SHIaLDS u. CO., -"
junel&-tf Central Auction Rooms.
Canary Cages ! ,
JUST received 266 assorted Canary Bird Cageaol
all Etyieslcolorsandjricea, some as baniiannru
as ever brought to this market . For sale low by
febe-tf J. W. WILSON.
THIE Copartnership beretofore -existing Under the
-X etyte of Edwards, -Gilkeson-iE Co., Is this day
disolved by mntuel eorwnt; ; J1.- K. GUkeson retir-
top from the- firm. -v ..
-Joly 16, 180. - JO: EDWARDS', M '
""i K. GILKISOX:"' .
''--- -"J..-i .V E. PKDJVARDS.":
tO. EDWARDS. r. B. BAREISr "''E.'r. EDWAKDB.-"
EDWARDS,-nARRIS & CO.,
WILL CONTTXUE THE ,
FOU WARDING A ND C0MI05y: BTJSRESS
teoll kand wrner rf CaUep and Church lt,-Julyl6tf-.
r Jlag8-JIags ! iFIags
rAIXIiixilRAT10X9ir-a'' Mtrtsr Md sizes-Tor
ii Fourth of July, political and otfrercerebTatroBB.-
LUCK,45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
tha'sove in any quan , wholesale and retaiL Al.
so, Fireworks of all ki . s. Orders r 1 distance
promptly auendedU." - ""JOHN LUCK.
June21-tf . , ,-h
New Steinwav Piano
1 1 At Iaucl's Music fitore,
TiHIS Instrument is war ran ted new .
&bd notsix ty days front the mag- j
ufactoryVas win be seen on examina-1
tion. 1 will sell at manufacturer's I
price, without additional charge for freight. Thor,
ut Want of a Piaaa will And M- te-thelr- tntereet '
call and exaouae it bofora porcbaricg. 3
., . . : -.j- .J w - JOH.V tOCK-?-
. OM'lI-tf-,t.. f t-Musia Dealer ,-45 4jBia-
f.i.L. 1 -. I i
SUM of teooey which the ownercjn 1ave by' ie
J. scribing the same and paying for this" advertise""
A . FIXE lot received to-day, and .variety afCotnba,
iTL-Brushes, Porte Monies, Purses,, Traveling iiags,
Dresslcg ea, fclaU saMieg(4kw rates.-, t .m
, NASHVILLE COMJIERCIAL :
Insurance Com p any.
; " " ' Capital il00,006j ALL PAID IK. " ; "
OFFICE Al No. 35, Corner of CedarStreet and the
Public Square :
TTTTLLtake risks against Loss or dam
T age by Fire od Buildings, Goods, '
ffsP. fiftnil UluNl.liHi.A-an-Mjl. lion - 4 .
on Shipments against I068 or damage by -3
Seas and Rivers, toand from all point.'
- ALSO Risks on Negroes against the 'dangers jf
- ' DIRECTORS .
ALEXANDER FALL. W. T. BERRY,,'
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JOHN H. EWTX -.
J0H-V KIRKMAN, HUGH McCREA, .
JAMES WOODS. j ; JOSEPH EDWARDS,
R. C. McS'AIKY, IRBY HORGAW,
" " " W." H. ETA VS. -
- ALEXANDER ? ALL President.
JAMES WALK R .Secretary. auglS -
FIRE INSURAN CE C031 PA NY,
Capital $150,000 all paid in. '.
OFFICE North-West Cornerofthe Public Square
Will take risks- azainst loss or daman bv firs
on Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, te.
ABu itai luauumver nazaruEio anui rum auports.
- ALSO ' . .
Risk 8 on Negroesagainstthe Danger sot the
THOMPSON ANDERSON :
N.E. ALLOWAT ...
W. i. EAKLV. . .
JOHN M. HILL.
JAMES CORREY -;
G. M. FOGG.
" ALEX. ALLISON,
' nWI. GARDNER.
JOSEPH VAULX, President
. A . W . BUTLER .Secretary - - - oct22
V.:. ".X E, Y BOOkS
Just received by Express and for" sale by F. HAGAN.
- - Letters of -Alexander Yon Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
' FJ ruridas, by thie author of Lamplighter. .
Aboriginal America , by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
series. . .....
Just received and for sale by .
. ' .. . F. HAGAN,
" june2-tf ' . ' ... 41 College st,
THE Drug Store recently occupied by-WELLS &
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, cither at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm. . .
J. M. HUDDLESTOX. Receiver.
Prescriptions pat op at any hour of the day or
night byexperienced Prescript ionists.
aug!4-dtf . i.-'.--' :--
ALL DRESS GOODS
s iiiiiii xi;
. ... f 1
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those net y t s-'nplied would do well to examine
them, as wo iue dutcrmincd to closed them out, FOR
WTUX WE CAX GET?- - -
R. C. aicXAHlY & Co;
july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
- LAW DEPARTMENT.'
THE Lectures in this Department wm commence on
tho second MONDAY of November, 1880, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1861. . They will
em o race ine various orancnes ot the Civil Law, or the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, and the Juris
prudence of the United States. .The Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors :
Hon.. THEODORE H.- MoCALEB, LL. P.,- Professor of
Admiralty ana international law.
RAXDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin-
al Law, and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS, LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENXEN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No cy tn the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement 01 tne Moaern languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other larse
citv in the Union. r
All communications-must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at Hew Orleans.
. . KAN DELL HUNT, .
augl0-diwt3dm;u Dean of the Faculty,
LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
Warranted fresh. Just" received and for sale by
augl4-tf . . . RAIXS, BROWN & CO.
1 f fl ft "USHELS" GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
IUUU by A.-JENKINS, - -
jan31-tf No. 14 South Market street
THE. .Co-Partnership heretofore'
MoCASLLN jh STRADER in the ,
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of 4he concern will.besettled np only by me
1 shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
the old standTand solicits share of the public patronage,-
. - J; D. STRADER."
..Aug-tf :.u. .. v-
WE offor for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
"following Real Estate, via: . ,1 .
Lots-Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Stfeet;54 and 65 on
Washington streot,caoa tn L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Nashville, : i.ii.ii -f Vj!.. .'.-..
.'LoU Nos. 6, Sat, 336 and 10 feet of 336, in E wing's
'Addltlon to Nashville all rinimprbved. - - , -
- Lots No8.-6,6anTon High street;'1n rheTlari of
the. Wilson Spring property. - On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House t all new -.and occupied by good
tenants. .. Also, 46 acres of Land on the Turnpike
road leading to ' Paradise' Hill,' about four miles from
tb city, adjoining the lands of Sanr Cayce, wrTJ.
Ewing and . others, .and . known as tbe.Hadox place.
It will make a fine market garden. Call at once aad
get bargains. , H0BS0N WHELESS.
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley Whelrssywitti ST acres or Land, -which has been
heretofore advertised and more defUety described.
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
which due notice will bagisan) about 100 Lots in a
new addition to Edgefield, S. H0BSON.
aug72ta v... . v . J. "' it ii .t..
iNo. Time to-Wait Sot the, Doctor !
ABOUT these times all children wOTeat green fruit.
At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or DU
"irrhtsa. - No time then to send for the doctorl The
Grofeaberg Dysentery Syrnp -instantly--relieves ar
sub cases. -; No family ought 4o be without it In the
bouse . Its promptness has saved thousands of val o
able lives in Tennessee tn the "past few years. Only
60 cents a battle - enooga-fyr a whole family for a
whole season, A fresh lot just received. .
may 15-t -MACKEXZIK 4' HTNCHIN .
j IC0XC 1 1.COAL.1 .. COAL! . I
UNTIL further notice, wiU be Bold. at. .the Yard- of
. the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
itaa) at the following prices: ''.,'. . .-'.',
-- iAinie CeoJ,' per ton, . . v : . .' V." .'l.'t '. f 5 50 .
t Round ai,--r. .4c w. Jii. a.. :-. 00 -
Nut Coal t - j o v. A 00 .!
- Blacksmith s do. , " .i.t ......... 3 60 -
a-Mr. J01K B: LA-rwm In'Tu'tu're attend to the busl-
nossof the Cumpwry In this place-.- y-. v
JtoilJ Sn;l.Uii ,.i4 .SAMUEL J. AGXEVrn k.-
y , Croneral Su per ipienU cut BAL.li Cn.U
'ITTasIivino, August 16, 1860. , t
' Orders can be teft in Box-' No.' 94, Post 'Office, or
at the Yard, back -of the Nashrttle and Chattanooga
Eailroad.DrDoVi .-.nJ o JUHX. B. LAXG-'
-Lift -Have on handa large aseortmeot of --''' --i
rATJTiES French Drers'TruntB iJf u
L -nowi So'aLeataer -07 :JvU 1
,v do . ; ab.inet" m'J do; (a new article t. c:
own a sum cow veaiuer irunaa; - -,,y vt v
x'o.'"do. 'do." r"0o. ""Valisee,. (Adhiand anf oth---ar
etytea-J-which tbcy-are offerinr' at very re
duced rate. .Call t-No.Sl Pubbe qaarei.-"
... . 1 c-i m . "
THAT, eonfurtabie dwelling, No. 165 Sooth Sum
'mer -Etteet. form'erlv the residence of Russell
Houston, Esq. iTii
, auto i9 norm summer street, the aresontrest
denee of Jai.Correy, Esq". "'Apply t . . !T
-- -- i "-Jf KlRKMAW, President; ""
i:-qgl-C -i:A.l'S vi Unioa Bank of lean,-'-
For -Rent or Lease.
I WILL rest of lease my near the af urfreea-t
boro Pilre -two miles from the cttr for the present
year. or witav Aba ortvUee ef See -years.- There hr-
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitcae and good
cables,, and a splendid veil. of excellent water,.
Tbereare twelve scree of superior land 'uiiabhi (or
raws an ajaoa 01 manteting. -
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, XASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
Mannfattnrers and Wholesale and Retail
- DEALERS IX ALL KLYDK OP
LADIES' AXD GEMS' TRAYELIX& TRLMS,
Valises, Carpet Bag?, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stork before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as anv other house
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buvinsr work
made at home, in preference to buying that m:ido at
the Eust expressly for jobbing.
we especially invite the attention or the Ladies to
our . -
PATENT TRCXK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets. Dresses. Parasols.
Brushes, and a water proof comuartment for Soones.
' All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at snort notice. Give us a call, at 61 Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
june23-aty FASSLTf Si CROSS MAN.
DUS. SAMSOX AXD LACOSTE,
Opposite the St. Nicholas, XEW YORK;
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
both sexes, requiring experience, tact,
IiR. SAMSOX, dLseases of the Lungs and Throat.
DR. LACOSTE, . .
OF THE nOKJTTAL DC KTDI LN PARIS,
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Ricord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
KNat"re 'n both Sexes, Weaknesses and Nervous
iieuuiiy ami surn ath-ctions ot Ladies lor
which the new French method of
... . treatment is considered the
Dr. Samson's Peruvian Coca, recommended bv V.
numboldt and Capt. Herndon, V. S. X., against Con
sumption, for sale at $S par bottle. ' The Ih.-si remedy
against all affections of the Lungs. -
ir. Lacoste's nor aei Lcav&li, against sexual Weak
ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Ricord s Pills for
the cure of Sexual Diseases pf a poisonous character, $2
per bos. His Ladies' Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to have the desired effect, f 2 per box. His Gonorrhoea
Drops cure that disagreeable allliction in two davs. f2
per bottle. Safes for protection, $3 per dozen. All
remedies, which are still a secret in the hands or only
a few French physicians, can only be had of him.
Medicines forwarded by Express aud Mail free of
charge, to all parts.
Address Box 3.576 Post Office, Xew York, in Eng
lish. French, German or Sjunisb.
On. the European Plan,
CITY OF XEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Daj.
" City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort st.,
- - (Opposite City Hall.)
"Seals, 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. Bewase of Rcvykrs and Hacksiex who say
we are full. . FHE.M'II,
THE attention of the readers of the Patrii t, the
ladies more especially, is requested bv Messrs
MACKENZIE MINCHIN, to the excellentRerriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now
supplying our citizens. Tcmiiests' Fruit Jars arc ad
mirably adapted : lor putting up all kinds of Fruits
aud Berries. Ihey are durable, eimpic and cheap,
anu me uemauu lor mem is so grciil that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold.
. miv2-t . . - -
: JOHN GRAILUI,
LOUISVILLE, .-. : ;' : : KENTUCKY.
Has on hand and for sale, low for cash 2,600.000 feet
White Pine Lumber of the best quality west of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot, Louis
ville, Ky. - auglS-dlawlui
- -1000 L'ozeu Fruit Jars.
; 250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 ' 2 " " " '
200- - 1 Tempest Stnne Jare.
126 , " 2 : " " "
25 "1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 " 12 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSOX.
. JOHNS , fi. CROSLKY'S
Improved Cnlta Perch a Cement Roof in?.
IS TH CHEAPEST AND MOST DrRABLE ROOFISO IS CSK. It
is fire akd water PHoov. It can be applied to xew
and old Roots or all kikm aud to old shingle roofs
unuumt removing tA shinyui.
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT OXE-THIRD TUAT OF
y' r TIN, AND IS TWICE AS DUHABi.
Gctta Pebcha Cexext for preserving and repairing
Tlx and Metal Roofs of every description.
rrom its great elasticity, is not lLjured nv the con
traction and expansion of metals, ami will not crack
in cold nor run in. warm wenther. These materials
have been thoroughly tested io New York and all
parts of the Southern and Western States, and we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense. . . ,
" . ;NOi HEAT IS REQUIRED."
These materials are put up ready for use. and for
shipping to all parts of the country, with lull printed
directions for application. "
Full descriptive circulars wil I be forwarded on ap
plication by mail or in person, at our principal offi
ces 610 BKOAL'WA y , (opposite Nt. Nicholas Hotel.)
N.Y., 34 FULTON HrV;oppo9ite city Hall) BROOK.
LYN. .... . JOHNS 4t CROSI-EY.
Office No;i2l College street,
C OFPOSTTE EEWAXEE HOUSE.
;',i;: . . E. 1). WHITE, Agent.
augflr-dftov ' ,', t 'i .... . . r . ,. - . : . .
v; Tempest's Fruit Jarse '.:
WE have en Bud several hundred doaen Quarts
- an,! Half GijoaoC these famous Fruit Jars.
the simulest. cheaDest and best article yet invented
fcr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables. .
' Tempest's Jars preserve Stkawsebjues I .
tempest's Jars preserve BASPBiaRiES I ,: -Tempest's
Jars preserve Blackbekkies l . .
Tempest's. Jara pxeserre In PlastI
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I ,
Tempest' Jara preserve Pirns I
LX empest'a Jara preserve Qcxxcss I
Tempest' Jars preserve Chbxkjks I .
"Tempest's Jars preserve ToxatoesI
"We nave's full supply of Arthur's Gtazs, Stone and
Tin Jacs 4 all siaae. -- - - " ''
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass aad Tm Jars, all sizes
which we are offering at cost price, as we feel assured
that ..-'--;-' :"' " - .. ;
.. 10 doeeq best Turn Table aple pealers; -
Aug21-U For sale by J. w. wiiuj.
IF Y0TJ WANTTA HOT FIEE
. : BURN ,
THE;. . : v-
TiV-'A:t: C.O -A' Ia I
iOrdVrVcaB ba ieft-iai Box Si, P. O. :J.
Yard, back, of X. & C. K. E. .Depot. .
Sziii-i JQUN1I.1aANG, :
SMEDLLT, 'EG AX & CO.,
Lower Wharf Boat,
S" A Share rf Public
Patror.ri;re resj cet.'ally so
M. G. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
Corner Cedar and Clierrv ts.,
SASIIVI LIiE, TESSLSSEE,
TlESPECrFL' Ll.Ysolicitsconslgnmectf of Vorchac-AVdiseorallcU.-'scs.
Satisfaction aiven tocousien
eesand par' hascrs as nearlv as noaible. ConsT.-n'.
eesof goods totlus market will tiud my auction rooms
well fitted up, aud the poods will bo soli without -e
lay and the iu.iey paid over forthwith.
N.ll. Xogoni!.- bought orsoldon ruy ownaccount.
Charges reaouai'ie aud liberal advance made on
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
CAR0NDEIX1 STREET 21
Sep 6 .
U. F. KEVI.-as.
KIBKPATIIILK & CO.,
COMMmiOX k FORWARDiXG MCRCHA.TS,
ISO. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
NEW ORLEANS. I.A.
.1IAXUF.U TIUEHS' ARTICLES.
J. & C. 11EAKIRT,
52 Second Street, CLacinnati, Ohi).
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
"Wire Heddles and Frames,
Steel Heeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hocks,
Comb Plate, &c, &c.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OK
Leg Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wool, &c, &c, &c.
sep24-ly ' ' '
JOHN M. SECRIST, '
I. ALIa kinds of
GRAIN AND PR0D00B,
filled with promptness, at
Southern ordora will be
the lowest market price.
Allison, Anderson & Co
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALCRS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
sTtt 1 v w a a
u e a o j - m a u i i o i n 1 n
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
Xaslivillc, : : : : Teiin?sstr.
WE are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and rale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
our stix-k by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel confident we can
promote their interest bv giviDg as a cail.
ang22-2m ALLISON, ANDERSON k CO.
IIISTOStY OF A LAW-SUIT
tlie Circuit Court ol"
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in. Nashville by
JOHN Y0PK 4 CO.,
juneld-tr No. S3 Union street.
NASH & MA RR,
- No. 2 T Collcjje Street.
Agents for Old' and Reliable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
0 0 ,0 0 0.
0 0 0
Dotto With Your Dust.
TF yo wish to sweep One Carpets without injuring
A thorn or r iwng a
dust, u.-e THE PATENT CAR
MACKENZIE k MINCHIN.
Fresli Corn Meal.
NF-W supply j ist received per Railroad
for sale bv
EENJ. F. SHIELDS k
July S3, ISfiO-tf.
Jnsl Received by 31. A. Parrish k Co.
BAGS Cmbed Corn;
100 bags Family Meal ;
ae bags White Meal Corn.
Ladies French Dress and Pack
3 O ' U X 1VA MA C. Ia
42 College Street,
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trnnks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies'. Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of the iatuet styles. Besl
Eugiish sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single aad Double Tup; Valisee, Bags, ere,
for sale at very tow prices.
junc2-r . , J0IIN RAilAGE. .
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! !
FlaAGS AND" TORCHES !
JOHN LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best a
. aurtmuut ia Nashville ef everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new, and tue best thing ever introduced
for political processions.. - - augl4-tf
- T ruuks ! Tv un Us --
JUST received a few'more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Sti-et spruig
Yaiises and Bags. . - - -
LADIES' BONNET BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. - ' . - - JOHN RAilAGE, -
- au,l$-tf, i 41 College streeV. -
HATES OF ADVERTISING
(TES URf o ICS TO COMJlll IS a SQrAJtE.)
One Square 1 day si 00 eacbad'alinsertiOk. 50
' " 1 wk,S 00 lachad'alsqoare 0
" " 2 4 60 44 4 44 t 00
44 1 months 00 44 44 44 S 00
" 44 2 " 0 00 4 44 44 4 60
4 44 S 12 00 44 44 . 4 til
" " 1H 00 ' ' 44 44 gll
44 4 4 12 -4 25 00 44 44 10 a
KK-AI-B AT riVASTRt.
nesqnare.ot eyear.SaO raetaddltionalsquare $10
Written notice must be given to take out .nd stop
advert:senients.-f yearly advertisers beforetberear
expires. otherwise wesballcharrtt-'ldone.
Nocontract ofyearlyadvertiseni atks "'bediscon
tinued a itliontprevicusuoticetous.uorwillanycbarge
be made for less than one year at be yearly rates.-
From VLSCHER.OWEN A CO., General Advertis'ng
House .Applet on Building ,346 Broadway
L.USHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
aAXTTACTTRSBfr OF I WPBOVED
Kcrostnt, Camplienc, FInid, and Oil and
I VARIOUS sttlesaxd vixisb
C U A X ! E L I 8,
MADE TO ORDEBrO i
CHURCHES, COU.IGES, AND PUBLIC EUILD1NO
jJS William Street near Fulton, New-York.
mmi r TorlT Pianos.
I Z V I II
T. II. CHAMBERS'
Eatabli.liea In .1828.
rr. n. citTkiniivxs,
(Formerly Dubois & Stodart.and Dubois, Bacon
U arereenis In the "lllble Ilonae,
Cor. Sll street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
,T1"V aV.,iah,e Vlc,Xn purchase. Orders by
letter faithfully i xecnu-d, aud perlect SaUsfacUoi
X. B. Seud for a circular, miih -i
M les and scuedule of prices.
Prince Imperial Champ9gne.
Sol.l Ly all
efpcclable Dealers throughout
THIS er.e brand or Ch.impaene, which until the
past year was confined exclusively to the bestta
bles of the Continent or Europe, has now obUined
the most unbounded success and popularity In this
country. It is rerr mmcnJed by some of the nrst
Physicians c.f the city of New York, over all other
wines, oi account of its extreme purity and delica.
cy, and those who once try it rarely use any other
brand. Altlioufeh only one year baa elapsed since
its introduction into this country, the demand is
enormous, and constantly increasing. Our ariange
meats are such as to ensure the quality of the Wine
being maintained at Its present high standard. The '
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, we being
the sole Agents of Messrs. De Vexogb A- Co., in this
couutry. E. V. UAUuIlWOUT k CO.
Nos. 4S8,490aud 492 Broadway, New York.
Sold ic Nashville by M. k E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner ol Church aud Coltese sis.
Dc Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 fit 82 CHAMBERS ST., NEW lOEK,
7"fr-l D notify the Trade that they are opening
r Weekly , iu new and bcautilul patterns,
A New Print, which excels ev-ry Print in the Coun
try for perfection of executicn aud design In full
Maiider Colors. Our Prints are cheaper than any in
the market and meeting wuh extensive sale.
JO Orders promptly attended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broad nay, New York.
?,iEN' completed six years ago tb. St. NkrhoUs
? ? was univorejUy pronounced the most magnifi
cent, convenient ana thoroughly oiganized estab
lish men t of the kind on this continent. What it was
then it remaiu-i to-day without a rivl in sise, in
8umptuonsuc8s, and in the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
lor 1000 guesis, including 100 complete suites ol
apartments for families. Six hundred rsona can
bo connortabty seated at the tables or its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised tor the convenience aud social gratification
of the traveling public has been omitted m Its plan,
or is neglected iu its practical details. Ibe early rep
utation or the house at homo and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointment., and Its
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by the unwenried exertions of the propri.
t rs. TREAD W ELL, W HITCOMB CO
For Plain Sleeking and Farey Knittin
aiachines for Knittin? 'Ennrerj. Shirts. Xe
OF ALL SIZES.
Bib Machines of I&1,2&1,2 A2and32Eib,
OX HAJf D AXD XADB TO OSDEB. '
THESE Machines use the plain English 8prin&
Needle.on a new princitde. and are th rh.,7
est aud mot rapid machines for knitting in nse.
me uuu iiuini ramny anitung afachines for
family and I'lan'ation ute. is a new and n..rj
feature iu the useful inventions of the age, aad ranks
AGESCT AXD SALES ROOM,
K0. 577 BROADWAY, NEW YOSX, .
)on.ll-3m HENRY C. LEE, Agent.
Fresh Fruits all the Year!
THE : YEOMAN'S'
Fr rni.rrY, contenience, economy and
SAlETYi is unequalled for Dreservinv t'rnit. m
a fresh state, in any ciiuiaten indefinite time. Hat
us usea lueno oouies, we no a tdem exceeding
convenient and just the thing waited.
JOHN J. THOMAS, tn RegUter ot Rural Affiura.
r or ucBcnpuTe and price circulars, adureat Pra
eior.at waiworta, way ne county, New York.
ICE CUE AM FREEZERS,
. . As Improved for 1S59. '
WmSTAxrsD I aos CovKBaaas Pirmres Tmraa.
rriHE only Freeser known which is constructed on
J. true ientiac principles.
Tne Cheapest, Best and most Economical; requiring
less ice and less labor than any other, being at the
same time the most durable in structure, and most
ecrtaiu in its operations.
Sole Agent for the United Stiles.
e. ketcham; co.,
Manufactarors of Japanned aad
289 Pearl tr,t. Kw Tork.
LYOS'S IXSECT P0YDER !
.. FOR SALE BY
aprJl-ff - BAINS," BROWN CO.
Coffee! Coffee!! -
i c arw m receipi ot a snipmeat at tne aaesc
CoQoe ever received in Naahviile. which we ar.
nffermg to the trade al a low figure.
Aut-tf. Ml.KU,,H0OPESstC0L l
GODEY'3 LADIES' BOOK, for Septetnber.
' ' GODEY'3 LADIES' BOOK, for September.' " .
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, fur- September.--.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, Ibr September. -Just
received, and tor sale by '.. ' ., ...
JOHN YORK : CO., ; ,.
augli-tf ' "'- No. AS Union umt .
BY A LADY OF NEW ENGLAND. C3otn, 13 as
Price 1 . Fpt sale by - V HICaSj-
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