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PUBLISHED DAILY. THT-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY. BY A. S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET.
NASEYILLE TENKM ,
NEW SEEIES NO. 1466.
t .....
vol. ixn, , -
siiUe patriot?
TEBMSJ . . -'Si.' ' ;T
"Daily, pT annum ..s 00
Tri-weekly, perannum,.... 6 00 -
Weekly, per annum,.... - -.3 00
" One Weekly fortwoyears, ortwo WeekTiea
or one year, in advance,....: '.. i 00
When th Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be
diacoaciaiied paid in atlrauce at the timeubacr:bfd
or), the ub;riber m- gtorder.ota rwise it wilt be
eouunaed,atoaralnption.antilpaiil Car and stopiied.
f not paid, it mast be paid at the time of disconitOQ
" ae,9rat ooroptiou. If tbeparty isgoodjltwillbe
eot until paid. . -
Rmittaucea by mail, in 'registered" Ief.er, at
ear risk. ' - - - "
Sleani Press Printins Concern I
"1 lvJ4'
A. S. CA3IP & CO., PrrprictDr,
Ho. 16 Deaderick Street.
U Pvtliskcrl Daily, T.-i-Vaily cm-i Wfthj.
Tnuci rai!r
. . Tn Weekly
WeULly
...... $S pr aiiuitm.
...... ii pvr a&cuui.
. .....jo j.t a:uinn.
The P.miar is an earnost.actire an-1 in hrrati;:aUie
apporter ct the Cofeiulioiial Union ife. ad in tbe
present eanvaas for t!ie Presi.Vmy will ue ev.-ry h'n
orable effort to prutuute tLe eUxtm f Uu aud vek
arr. Tu enable as U labor Willi increased i-Ck i tcr
we ak oar arty frit-ii'Ls to aiJ ui iu vtcU'iu iLs r ir
cnbtkm.' - - - - "
' By tbe purchase ot tlie prUitZug etaV.!uut-iit tlie
A'ms, and recent additions of ne-w niateruU from t!n
funIrt4, tUe Job Otfith of tht Patriot lias !-a iih le
the Urgatand mot cotiipMe in tbe Potith W-l. Ii is
also Btippiied with the tnvct cHii;'UTit w."km-n.
. Slam has been applied to oar pc-sesi. whu-b are
the bt kinds. We are pre((ired t frfint. in !. Iri;.'b
et style of the art, pliiu. in colors, it lnuz ,
POSTERS,
PROGRAMMES.
I:IIX HEArS
RtmioAn work,
IAAV TICKETS,
flAXTP.ILL. ,
nov mu..
n.ux ticsets,
TEA3nlAT WT.K.
Aud, indeed, eTerythin! from l!ie .-ra:llTt Tip U t:ie
DiaBun4h Pteter. or the lean P-uuphh-t tu tlie larj't
ft. -
The large circulation f the Pateit, ktouW aui.'in.ii
ted by the addition thereto of the subs.-ripK lists f
Aim, rendera it an eiocUciit a'UtTlu-uig imnliiiiu.
Xooe better in the city.
JtyTfe solicit trder?. at our office, N'. 10 1i-i:2
-K StEZET.
- A. S. C!.4JII & CO.
uK2S tf
.PART NEIR SHIP.
I HAVE THT DAY ASSOTIATrT Sf ATTTTEW .M-PY
with me in business, the name of the linn u In?
Koltert Moore i Co.
liKliEBi MooRK.
July l,lMO
KOEEET MOOKK-
49 Walnut lnt.
MATTUSW AUDr.'
4mm
v . HUBERT 3IOORE & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
Mo. 49 Walnut street,
. CTNCINXATI, OUI,
Purtliase and eell, exclusively on commission. Hour,
Ilacou, Cum-m:, Kullur, twls, Ouri, Onrd fruit, Cau
dles, Soap, Oorlas, BriKiius, Buckft?. Tulw, uu.l arti
clos of DoaietiUc laaulacture and PKulLCE t.o rally.
julyl-tl ( ; .
DllUGS AND 3IEDICIXES.
A. II. ItOSCOE & co.;
WHOLESALE AND EET AIL . DEUG GISTS,
W. Corner of liroail aud Market rtrorts,
t J F. are prepared to execu'e orders lor I)ru
" W and. .Tledielueii aud all articles penuiu
ing to Uu ITU a DutuuaiS, with deajatih ml it We
low-st market price.
The name atwuuon will be pivau ns berttefore to
have every article oi as good quality as reire--e ited
aad iu D iiuLince will aujIliniK be pnt up that is vl
" ' a dooblfulor sopusticated character.
It is our lutention to maintain Hie reputatlcn w
have eeubiiebeu iu seliini; uo..t but Pure l'rncs ana
JdeUiCii ts,a.d we, therelore in vile on to ex.imuie
our sloe before buy lug eUeiiere, bei;erut: Wecuii
showjuu lu-.uceuieuta seldom otlered iuttii. or any
' ' otber riooiherti t ity . ia ad lition to Irnr6 e he
" A " coiistiJitly on "Laud a larte ttock" ol i'er.un.ery,
W.ipH aud loik t Articles, White lcal, Ijiis- eil
K - - "Tnxpeulme Vi'o'Aw, '.-jTir? and Wiatsfur uieili
' ' , ai.rlfr-U
4 .... , Ivtugstou pi iiis,-
iSnow open lortue receptwn of vis tors, lii aud
alter Tc'S-liy the S i day" o July dr. JuiU
PaujuaH ttUiruuui accuiuraoiati--n Uuiuibii. 1 eavmg
Uie &:auce U us.- ever; Tues.iay, ih.-.rs 1 ly ,auu
Muianlaj at 6 o'clock, A. a ,an lvii.g ul th- prui
to dinner tare to -luilars tli e ai.u res'tor
Sewmee Hjus". The ue icalqua!:i!es ut 13 cot
Springs ar ell kuown. 'or isp-ps!a, u:se Fes ol
tuo bier, aad tor ramplaints iucid ui to unialm,
the are uusuri au. There axe live fu;o.ur
: ' sprires of different q-ralitw, besides free ctoue aid
iiewi disc ivercd ciiaiybciie. - .
' Term er Piy V.. 1 50
- -'eek e i
" Mucin.... ia)
HftrFe per week 8 6o -
Childrebaud arTaiils hli price.
v . , .. . WM. I YFATMAV,' -
t. & f -. - t. J KRliDK, : -
Superiu euweails.' .
' V . . 'i elteraph tbaljbeate prints. .
This water is brought rour hundred feet iu ten seconds
V. DUJN, ' u
ryakes pleasare in iuformtrg ilie public that bo is
L mratly to wait on kti whu way tavor bim
wiihacll. - -..':
1 u &pru.g m citoated on tbe cast side c-t Cumber
laau rner, at tbe end of ibe wire bridge. Kau.uit-s,
Iron tu $6: Une Person, $2; by I lie drink, 6 ceala.
Pay taeat in advance.
.r-i ... - - AyALTVT-. - I. ;
. Ctrbonite of Irou,Carbuiute oi Ijmc, alitiateo
Magnesia, -ulbale of ljuie, Murui'e uf,Mugucsia,
. Jiuimte of SmIs. . i.
' The BpeciHc gravity ol the fre&h watnr was
l.C'12! .iaiilteo aU'r b iuji takea as a glandard
. I Budecstan that tbe wer basau-eaiiy lr;i ben-
' i!efielai to several invaliiti.. It will lie bencticiai to a.
greater iieree wbeu taken treth Iroui the Spring
' V - ghoulu pronounce it stimulant aud luu.c, and adapt
' el,coneiueiiliy, to cases of debility , accompanied
with ai auomic cuiiditit a or tha system, aud contra
' Indicated In plethoric and inttiniaiory sialcs." ---;
. .- iiICUAiU10.CLT.KKTt.
' ' ' There is no doubt tliat the Spring kept by Mr. W
T)cs! at the eas'.eru cud of tuo iu.j. usiuu uriogc e
; Valuable Town Lots:
r..: A.XD i
, T AM Ctlerng lor aah nn reaapuablu terms, .the.
... X Mlowiak properly : 6d Imduwiim Uuildiug-i.ots
in tneTth.nd tta H.rda pf isanhviile.
.NU flosses and Ijotaof vanoas umieusioas, Irnm
larg- b- small comfortab.e reti .en;ea at low prices,
- Intbselty. . '
' ' oueoouble three story Business lloM .n Broad
"" street, occupied at present b Hardest Co.
i one Tract of about 22 i acrc,turee miles out on
i. Vio,hvill and CnalUiiOOifalUilioari. frame Ihikb-
and WeH--rart of the l.ocns or Crutchtr tr t, coi-d
noil. 4 t r" r
One Tract of aloul 21 tu-ri. -,o bi UuriVei hborir
Turopika read, at it j'luctiou' with iho ytotirt'a lilV-r
'' Turciuk. one-half mile out adiaoeut to V. ft. la-wia
' ''" and vlhert my LTak-yan jroperty. ; . ; - -'
OueJ'ractnl about M act s,ii;Ul miles out,- near
the Martreerlioro' Turujnk' liood lmproveu;ents,
good waltr aud timber. ,
Ooa tract of about na acres on the Franklin Col-
lev.aad iStoue's river i'uropike, J aules out-l ncrvs
f ' cleireo, balauce piod timber an well watered. -Una
Tract of about 12d acres. adjacent to RaUio on
tUo tail, irooU ou sand lurnii.o ver.-in rnjics
nearly all good tiuher aud od good. " l
' ., r,,. i i,l Mboutlad a .es.leu wiles but, near
good ChalibeatO Water, aud that it is adapted to
4 J1 1 many disetses of debility. B. V. Hall, 11. U L.
M.i. . , . . juue2-iia
t tfcn.ib'a prlas,oue mile Jid a half Nortu of -the
v-..- l!l-lrl.M.uroi Turnuike.WofUy welllhubti-ed, about
' : 4A aorcs lwre4,-.U sc vewl other Wis aud irai u
ii lanoiB .aativiUc aud. vicimtf , i
? " forfurther pariiculaitcail ou NscKi: wobWAn
rTiKii. Mnerry treet-. ft '".' M !
( m j -- - Vouog Hcsroes at nnrpnera wm oe laaeu iu n-
LaUics,, iaOixu i: Upxcs;
m- jj-p reCeived a larcc assortment of lAiie Uoo-
A li le. )i.ifi iul uoufclu U i3 tml tt.j.. ..
J Met il'-xea, sikle aud uoutlu U pJ
sl,lL Bw.lJidie,4aUh4i'.n4,Tarej(. J Bjfl,
A JKUe -ifc.u u
I Oder very aj-VrrtU
JOUS EAUAUt, v
Collage Kireet. '
Sashrillc and Chattanoorra U.K.
Change of Schedule.
- i . OX AND AFTER . ,' '. i - "
Sunday next, April 29, 180U,
. Paener Trains wlU run as follow?: . ;
. . .. ' WHSG FAT. ... t
Jive Na-hrilV at 4 . w. and Jr.. ':
' ; Arrive at CbattannoalSO r. . nd 1:45 A. .
V -.. -r " ' O0MEiC;HTSf 1 , . -lt
Ave riiattanooca at 70 a. M. and 10 r. M.
' Arrive at Nashville at 5 r. a-and A. K..
A 1.1 r i!T connm-tion. and shortest rmite tn'RVtjton,
X.-w York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washaipbiu
Citv'. r.':ru:mir.-l. Peu-rsbur:. l-yixbhurp, KnoxviUe,
Savaunali. Ciiarlectoir, Montgomery. Memphis, New Or
lciUi:. - '
Jk.t!i Trr.!a- conn-t at Ftrvn.n with Trahis ou
S -wi-lii.-; a!,.t Ch-tnesiton Ilailn-td, and at CUattauooga
-::! Tra'.cs r.n IlT.t Tennesoe and GtTSia and Vr'ett
ern and Altintlc Railroads.-
ih.-otjgli Ti Lets may be ha 1 at any boiron applioa-ti'-u
to Ticket A-nt. at offire ct Ir-i"l, to the follow ins
places and at the Mjowing prfo., vil ;
Xo.hv:!!e to X'-w York, via. CharleMoa, S. C. J-27 Ta
; - 1 T. S V.i. nrtite, o0 35
.i - l. I -SI 80
- ' " i -25 75
- - 33 00
' -Ja 00
- - 23 75
- - - -21 53
- . -JO To
Vir?r.i.t .Jnriug'. 30 75
- 30 7 5
10 50
31 00
31 00
15 00
16 50
1 11 00
16 50
IS 00
7 00
11 00
13 00
35 00
13 00
IS 50
4 KO
4 oO
a;.rT-tr E. W. COLE, tfnpiTintendetii.
V EXPUESS FREIGHT. ' ,
TirFVshvilleantCbittanir Piilroad Company,
in ennn-rira with the Pjmds behw. arr runniujr
an Eriws Kmht Train Irorn Chart-stoB and Savan
nah to .Vatlrriih-. at rtower pcl, hut with the same
rmmtvathHrrt!?-'-i:TTraiT;--. Xodloy tofrefehts
,v th rontf. KW. aI:,
n37-tf ; - - 'P--
Cliarleston axitl Savauuah
Eaies Ccduccil ami Srccil Increased.
IXPP-LV lYciu-ht Trn:ii- oil all the roatM. fhi and
i ntt.r the 24th of !---tiil r, 1V,!. thnmgh rales
from New York to N"a.-hvi!l-: - .
- Kirt ( tns, T loO pomi'is. - $1 64
S-i-ond CU.-S, " 1 35
Third tl i.", " 1 16
Fonrtht1i. .-- lj9
lio (...riun.l UtHiiiei-i 3 3a-
Timo from ftivannah au-l t;li.irk-st.ii to Nashville three,
three and a liali airt lour ilav.-s.
Time from Xi-vr York ami Philadelphia, seven, and a
half, eiit and time dny-. '
lnient!ii!t" Siilibathf? can.- tlm nlaive vari.it kmit la
time, a ho frvt!:t tmins aiv rtm on Sutulay over three
lines! ' ' - - - '
No d.noiition!. bv li-e or ?now. Orereharcpa ana
.laiuai-s (.-xeept d!iin:i-'e (muirrine nt sea) prfunplly
ailin-ted lv th.- Nxhville ntid Cliattanootra Railroad on
d -livprv. ' - C. W. AXKKRS0X.
d.2:v4f ' - i -
Freight to New York and Philadelphia
' on - :.
Cotton am Vlouv,
YLV.
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not more luan 500 lbs. weight $4 25
Flour -r barrel 4b
No iu.-uranee mve?ry exeept from Cliarleston and Sa
vannah to New York and Philadelphia. '
Ortton cotiipres-w.1 at tlie option and expense of ."tea
mem Wbeu i-ompreiwd. it can la- freiithied from New
York to foreign portiat to 2 16 h-sa than cotton not
rn,prew-4.
Tirieh reeeipls i.-u.il by the Ereifc-ht Agent of the
Narhiriiii.lCliartaiiorabieHi-d.
C V. AXOEftSOX,
- tlor33-tf tieueral Aent.
FAST LINE EAST!
.Cincinnati..'.. 1
COMME NC1NG ON JUNE lllb
Utile Miami and Columbus and
Xrniaand
flS'TI, 11.13111. TOS &, DiYTOS
1800 ,mkmm i860
kUll.liUAD! . . i
IromCllVllSISATIto '.
Costoa ia 32 J, hours." Xew York to 30, lioiir.
l hiiadeluia ui 26 hours. Baltimore iu 24j; hours.
Saratoga Sprimrs in 25 lira. Albany in 25 hour;?.,
BuOaio iu 15 houri " lmikirk in 14 hours,
Cleveland iu & l hours. Pittsburg in 12 hours.
V. lie. -laud iu 9 ll hours. Steulx ns ville iu 10,' hoiirs.
Ciesliuie in 6 hour.-. ZaneaviUe iu 6 hours.
tiamiitekviulOliour. T.Jeda in 9i hours. '
Detroit in 12ji ho'-.rs. 1
Thronsli Trains 1 me Ur.ciDBati as follows:
7:30 .. ill- EXPRESS From Little Miama
Depot, aad Iroui Ciu iniiali, 11 uniil.m k. Dayton Iiepol,
counecU va. Cui'uniu,Cioveiaiid Dunkirk and Butlalo;
via. Columbus, Cre-lhiu! aud PiUehurg: via. olumbus,
Ste':leiiiviiie and l uuburg; via. Columbus, Bcliiar
ami Pitiaburt; ; v ia Columbus, BclUir and Beuwood.
T::iO A. Irli-EVPIiE'- Erom Cincinnati,
Hiiiniilon aud I-eiron l)eijt.aiso connects via. Lima,
Toledo. Detroit anl Canada; via. lliyuw, Clyde aad
Saadusky. - ' - - j
10 . 71. 'EX,IlE,S'Eroin Littlo. Miami
Depot, connects via. Coiumbns, Bellair and Beuwood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and PitL-bnrg: via. Cohimbus,
Cretlliue and Pittsburj; . via. Ojlumbus, Clev eland,
Dunkirk and Buflalo.
j j. t. E.. BES From Ciucimiati, Ilamil
Uu aud lmyion Bvpoi, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. l'aytuu, Clyde and Saudutky. j
.Uoderu Slecplus Cars oh tbis Train,
: via I oledo.
. 11 . ii , EX R E S . From Little- Miami
fieput, connects via. ColuaubussteubeiisvUleand Pitts-burg-.Via.
Coioinbus. Belliar aud Puu-burg; via. Co
lumbus.Iteliiiir and 1vuw.'k1; via Columbus, Oestline
and Pitu burg; via. Ciduiubus, Clr-relaud, Dunkirk and
BultUo. -.v i . i - . . .. v . - . .
JHodertt.SIcepius t ars ou tills Train.
- i
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cinciit-
. nati at 7:30 A. II . have 5 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. H., make direct connections.
-. -
Tlttd.r. M. Express, Saturday!, mikes all con-
neclions as a'dmiiaed. exrqt for Detroit
. . . , '-ond points in Cinada. ' j
TheXihl Eipressruns Daily. Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Duilv. Saturdava f V,,,J,J
TrainBrunr'by OlLVYlBCo TIME, which is .7Iimrtt
... i fardi-r ihau ClXCT-iXATlTIME. J
JJagsaje" ChccKed TlirougU to
- all Eatern Cities.
I ! 13
ta passoiiijiTS should bear in miud that the 'CLV
LTXA1C iritiieiLD and FAVORITE ROCTE. On
' iu.im arc nide jiroiiiplly , the Roads are Uiorong aty
ltALT'W, -'"l aU moileru improveiueuts adopte
iuuriii (J'OJ', toXijmT and SAFETY. j
T1IKOUGU TICKETS
iAra's-MAt-U lUe PRINCIPLE RAILROAD' TICKET
Or Fit 1 m thowtini wnu., n
via C1XCLVNATL i ; - . i l
. P. W. fcTiLVDER, General Tirket Agent, Cut 'tu
june30-tf - I
ARKANSAS : I PLANTATION
. FOR SAl-T-l-V" ;
ON T11CKS1VAY, THE 11TU DAY OF;UTORj
uuxt.at M .don. tue county seal of St. traucks
County, Aikau?is, 1 will sNl at puonc atioiiou, ui
Farm.lylug seven iiiUes ortll-Wlsl of Madison anil
live IlllIOS irom tue line ot lUR jiempuio -Rock
R jlroad, sttuaod In Te u-o Cro? BoUom.anu
ent.rMv free tr.vin ..verfl .w. The Trset consist on.
OXETilOUSANI) AX1 FIFTY SEVEN ACRE of rich.
cultivable lid, with alt appertcuanees necessary U
a O.ll u Farm, cnutinu .lly well ' watcrad and.
Cleared lu jbeT;il proiwrlion. " " I
TERM; In three eoual jxiTmenLs: The first to be.
wave iu city acccplaiice in Mc.uphls on tlie 1st of
Jan- ary, isoi . i.'ieoti.er to witn mortg.ge security
upon the laud lo be made uccessiveliu oueand two
years tuciVatu-r. . .
Intonnatiuo as to hthr pirricnlars may be had by
exanitiiailon or me preuies, or by audressn g me
yieeu tiiii, .iwiu oanty rennessoe. --
At tfu; fame una aud ; place, -f will Sell ou three
mouth tune, my arming 'ioc:, utensi s, coru. loa
der, K'-. , - J A. 1'. tHXJDLU i.
.-as-dwuu ais V:". - -
- . iira Family-llour.: r,;:
K f BAlUlaU ilxira Family Floar',vianractnr
il)U o irotacboice Whiuj tthea,. ta .arrive to-day.-iid
fuSMa by i i - --.'-. -i ,
L-U MI7F.J., 1100PES CO. -
' -1 ' TtiMcIr.Uia,
llaitir.iore, '
'- '- v-'Aittr, '
r.lchtn-tij, '
' pi'tersbars,
' '- S.iifm. '
" T5:'Tu'nr.?l. f
' " nfri5tiar.sbar,-' f
" " !iawVTi!p. J
Knosvilie.
" iTiiiri-?nii.
Savannah,
Moevu,
" - . - Aagista, ' .
- A'.Unta.
" . Columbus."
- M.n.ifrt-Ki.:'r',
' IlontaVia".
" firanlJiaa li-n,
; ' " M-mpht,
' New nrK-.in.J.
Holiy -prints, Mi
. ' tout-in.
' " "ayettevt!lt-.
McMaUiViiie.
G veal ntlo wal Uoutc.
To Baltimor Philadelphia,
IfEW YORK AND BOSTON,
- AXD OXLY ROAD TO
Washington City.
CENTRAL OHIO
AXD D ALTiJIOIIE AXD OHIO
RAILEOADS
fl ERMIXATE at Bait inKTe and W 'asl.ingtim City on
i the East, and Columbus ou the West, at which
places it couuecis with RaJrouil Pr and from nil
points iu
The West, Fonlhmt and Xorthwest.
' P.if?-iivi-! by thi rmib- ran vicit tlie cities of Bulti
Tnorf. PhTladeliihia. X.-w York and Boston at the cost
of a tirket to New York or tt-ton alone by otber lines.
Through tkrkets can be procured via. Washington
City to th" Eastern Cities at an additional rharpe of two
dollars only.- -
Sleeping Cars attached to all trains.
. TICKETS OOOV VSTIL VSElf,
With tho rivilei;e of stopiuig off at all priuc:p:d
points. - . . 1 ' ' -
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the Eutecn Cities ai a coiuisu-atrvely
Fiuail expense. The hcenerj Is celebrated for Its won
derful beaatv and sublimily; it is unequalled iu Uic
world, lis system of Day and Night Track Police; its
splendid equipment; its exclusive Telegraph Luics; its
large amount of double track; its liue Hotels, (under
the s-iu-veaiance of the .Company,) ensures to the pas
senger ...
SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through tickrls and bagcage checks can be obtained
at all the priacii Railroad and Steamboat cilices in
the West.
Ask for Tickets via. Baltimore aud Ohio
Railroad.
W. P. SJimi, Master of Traiu-portal on.
L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent.
v V rm fek. (ieneral Western A.ent-
J. W. BR'iWN, GenT Ticket Agent, C. O. R.R.
aiririS
Edgefield & Keatccky Railroad.
Ti .-;-? fr..iaci rz.7fri Li 1
rVashville to ClaikSTille, Hop-
kiiisville, lsnssellville, &c.
OX AXD AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, 1SGO,
Two Trains to and from Ciarksville daily.
0IXG NORTH.
I.eavc Nashville at 6:30 a. M. and 2:45 P. M.
Arrive at Ciarksville 10:25 a. X. aud 7 J.5 r. n.
GOING SOUTH.
Iieave Ciarksville at 6 A. n. and 2:45 r. X.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. x. and 7 r. x.
The morniue train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of stages to Russellville, aud at
Tail's Station, near Stale line, with Slaughter & Co. 's
daily line of four horse coaches to Hopkins villi", Ky.,
via. Treutou, Pembrake, kc.
From Iloiikinsville stages leave lor Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah, Smithlaud. Eddy ville and Henderson.
Fare from Nashville to Henderson $4 0.
A. ANDEJISOX,
ajr7-tf .... Chief Eugiueer.
Notice to Shippers.
r1 being of the utmost importance for tlie proper
protection of the Track, aud to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished by running ou schedule time; therefore, iu
order that the freight trains may be run on the time
laid down in tlie schedule, it is ordered that alter thir
ty days from this date, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Comiaiiy at sched
ule stations only. .-
Rates on Flour Reduced.
1 IIE Viisli ville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
X at Nashville, Wartrace. theibvville and Stations
ou X. A: C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, ut Uue Kollar per barret tnrougu.
! . CUIJ1.,
Sup't of Transportation N. & C. U. R.
an-tf
iattuisviUe and Kashvlllc
RAIIROAD.
?S?i3 OJt.-1! &"ikitM iV-
CIIAlVCrE OF TIME.
TWO through Express Passenger Trains between
Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, BuUulo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Loin is, and the Far
West.
On and after Sdmdat, Ji lt tuk Sib , I860, trains
lil run us follows:
First Mail train leaves Nashville at 5.-00 A JI. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow June
iHin.kiibelli town, and all regularslalious when sig
nalled by a Hag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Keturniug leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
pioar as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:15
P.M. .
econdtraia,Expres8,lcavesXasviIle at5:50 P.M .
daily , Sundays excepted, stopping as first train, and
arriving iu Louisville at 3:00 A. U. Returning leaves
Louisville at 6:20 P.M., slopping as above, and ar-
riviugin N ash ville at -: 05 A. M.
. Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves No3Dville
lady (Sundays excepted) at 4:00 P.M., and arriv
ing in Gallatin at6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., aad arrives iu Nashville at to SO
A.M.
Tiiroagb tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East aud West, with a choice of the many dif
ferent routes.
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. FiBib, General Ticket Agent.
julylO-dtf
y ' vX
vy 7 KCorcoiirr! .-N
'J5$-..BSaisat.oLJ .1eD
-" Save fie Pieces !
At accidtntt trill happen, etvn in well regulaieJf ami
Hex, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, kc
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready aud up to the
sticking point. Thero is no longer a Ueccs-ity for
iiniping chairs, splintered veuears. headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement and taste. . . 4, '
This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem
ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vasWy
moro adhesive... ' -
'CSEFUL IX EVERY nOUSE"
X. B. A Brush accom"'-r- '
. Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street. New York. .
'Address, HENRY C. SPALDING CO., ' l
Box, No. 3,600, New York
Put up for Dealers iu Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
5n, a single bottle of SPALDIXG'3 PREPARED
OLt hwill save ten tiinea its cost annually to every
household.-
eoiu.by an prominent Etatkiners, Druggists, Ilard
'warc and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLCE, when making up tlieir list.
It will Eland any climate. ,vc . . janlo-ly
" ' ' L ' 1
.0 Shelton's Marble Works !
Chupeh street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
lNashYille.Tenn.. '
1
TITS undersigned would inform his friends
and the public generally that he will con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS in this city, at
his shop. Best door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, ou Church street, and calls at leu lion tu
the stock i .,. - ,
HarbUSlonuuieuUtToinbSietc.
Which lie has i exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, Unwlied in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to nianufacture on the shortest notice
WnrhlftJtfantleSJ and every description of Marble
Wor o the tiuesl American aud It aa M-irbie. His
work will, as heretofore, bewaranted, ana his price
Wit thet.mes. , ' M. U SHELTOX.
Jan9 tf. , - ' ' ' " ' --.
''" SCI1 UETZE &. .UDOJLFF,
a-AXCFACiCREKSOf .""
111 GdAM, fcyUAXviv uu
ma .. . .a 11 1 o i ur w
... ... iiHiudiVB to I
kiiAX awarded at the Fairs 1 a New ork,18
'ttfand '55. aud in SuLouis.lsa0. lealors,&cbo
and Ftiiica wiU save money by calling before p
.lutuyt. A.U lukirunienls guarauteed for tnrea i f 1 ,
v.arerS.watoa BRoOliE sr , (a.few tori Ww
Braway.) Nw York. . tebil-
' Tempest's Stone Jars
joust aiercda U othars.- " ' 'T'hJtJtMK "
5p
JfFT R1.CE1VED BY
JO II N YORK & CO.
The Kellys' and the 0'Kellys by Dr. Thone
Margaret Mancrieffe by Charles Burdett. 1
The Marble Fawn by Ha thoroe, "
The Duchess of Orleans. '
Poe and his Critics. .
Humboldts Correspondence. .
Mill on the Floss. .. ..
Life Struggle by Miss Par.loe.
How to eniy Life.
r
Fawn of four Acres.
living Kep-Cst.-ntat.on Meu.
Art K creations. - ,
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning l ife's Evening. . .;
Notes on Ncrsing by Miss Xiglitingale . .
El Fureidis by sudor of Limp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy ou Washington 'rving. ;'."
LiUl Be uiy by author of Gamblers Wile.- -;
Mores Letters to Lord M-cauby, '
Tylucy Hall a lovc! by Tho r,as Hood. "
llirouu of l aviil by author of Prince' llou.se ol
David " '
The Florence fctorics by Jacob Abbott.
The BibiouU Reason Why' ord of God. - .' '
Friers-VfoHl Post OUlce by Hoi u, of Redd: ff.
Mademoiselle Mori a talo of Modern Rome.
Sg v Years, aud ether Stoi io 'y Julia Kavanit'li
BLACKSMITHING :
Ii ALL ITS BRAIN IIIES.
Shop ou Church between Cherry and Collegcsts. ,
IN a&Ii ville, Tenn. I -
riiHE undersigned respectfully informs the pnbhe
X that he bus recently taken the above stand and
is prepared, o do BUckso itbing in all its brauehes,
such as Horse-Shoeing. Buggy-Repairing, Ax., c,
in the best manner and at snort notice. Me solicits
a share of public patronage. (
JAS. TARPLEY, 1
jan24-tf Agent.
For Sale. .
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large f ize, will be sold very
tii low to close consignment.
junel5-;I J. W. WILSON.
A New Supply of Ohio Role Belter.
tenry POUNDS of Freeh Biitterustrescived po
ItJnJ I
Poland, and for sale by
BcNJ. r suit tuns ai CO.,
Xn 4; College street
prO-ti
The Unprecedented Snccess
Which has of late attended the use of
1 I. SWElaT'S '.:J'..i
MEDICATED SOAP
INDUCES us to call the attention ofall those afflict
ed with riles to it. Jt is being tested daily with
the most beneficial etlects. JCia tbe only prepara
tion that can be relied on lor a peiniaueut and spee
dy cure. If yen are aniii letl try it at once and be
carclul to useao otber medicine in connection wilh
it. It is compounded under the supervision of I. N.
SWEET who will rctui a the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
gg- For sale at Demoville's and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junelfr-tf
Reynold's ievr Worlt.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of Loudon, 4c, 4c. i '
Just received by . JOHN YORK & CO.
)une9-tf . '
If the Grave . Could Speak
WE should Ieara that one half of tbe children
born die before they are five years old. Give
no strong medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Grsienberg
Children'"-Panacea,
T'ie most valuable medicine for young children that
his ever been invented. . , t 5
The Health mtters,
Fo' 25 cents, will make balf a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consti
li tious, dyspeptic habits, billinusuisorders derange
ment of the stomach and bowels. Every family
woul'i use ihem at the present cliantre of ti t season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE 4 M1NC1ILN
- -
Express to Ciarksville.
r f HS Souiuern Express Company respectfully au
X nounce tbatthey are now running xksskngbhs
through to Ciarksville, via. E. 4 K.and M.C. &L
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
and interveningpoinls with promptness aud dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places ou stage routes, couuecting
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made.
a-"- Otlice No. l'j Public Square.
! febl7-tT A K. HOLT, Superintendent. '
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!! ,
NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
lutue hand of every little boy aud gir.. LCCK is
now prepared to furnish tbem in any quantity , at 27
Co.lege street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Ro m
mayl-t ' - -
Hungarian Grass Seedt "'
JUST recoived,aud for sale at a low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. -This
seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais
ed in the Norihera portion of Missouri is tree from
dirt aud all itsiiuritics. . ;
aprll-tf MB , MIZELL, HOOPER 4 Co.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
. Fnlarged and Refurnished.
TH undersigned baviug tiUen the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has eniai ged 11 materially, rnd refur
nished it ih'.roughoul iu the most eli gant ftjle, will
open the houso tj tbe public on Thursday the 6ih
lust. SAUUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf CO i 1 i
, An Invoice of Mccrsehanm Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy aud
'Plain M eerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
ud China Stems, wai- h will be roll cheap at pri
vate sale by BEXJ. F. SHIELDS Co.,
junel5-tf Central Auction Rooms.'"
Canary Cages ! j ' ,
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages"
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsonu
s ever brought to this market. For sale low by
febtl-tl J.' W. Wll-SON.
nsroTio
1
rrUIE Copartnership heretofore existing uader the
. X- style of' talwards, Gilkesou ss Co:, ia this day
dtsolved by mutual consent. J. K. liilketon retir
ing from the nrm.
July 15, 1860. JO. E3WARDS, I v-1 ;5
... , - J. K. GILKESOX. .
. .-..rf-.i, i -' E. K. fAAKfK -" ,
r. . HARRIS. 1 B. r. KnWAKUS.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,"
Ui (SVCCSSSOBS 0 SbWAKIie, CILKSReOX 4 00.) , ;
WILL CONTIXUli THE " f '"
1 1 4V'U0sesate '-.rocery1,!! V
FORWIRDIXG 'AXD tijlI!IISSIO. i lTS.ES$
Jt tka olftUind,corner jf OalUft and Church f
July 181T-.
ki Flags V FlagJ;- Flags !
AND PECORATT0X3 cf a 1 kinds, and sizes for
Fourth of July, politicaland othercelcbratiODS.
l-CCK. 45 Cuion street is now prepared ta fursiah
th a'oove iu any quao '.' j wholesale and retaiL Al
so, Fireworks of all ki s. Orders - r 1 distance
promptly attended to. JOHS LUCK.
Juuc2Vtf " ' ' : ' ' ( '
Newi Steihwav Piano
LVV IaucWsAIusIc Store,
N,45 Union street.
f rilllsiuetrumeoiswarraBiaa umwr
X and notsixty days from the man
ufactory, as wbeseetasxaioa
. 1 11 b.,11 nt m.nnrai'Jtll'.r'a Vi
Itrice.withoBt additional cbarge-for freight ThOr .
ill m .U . Ol S . " - v
call aud examiuo it before purchasing1."
... ... . JOHM LUCK.
wlT-if Musio Dealer, 46 Jaieai -
. :
FOUND. Ym I
y which the owner can have by 1
rr.-f ' rrr.v
A KI M of money whicn tna owner can. .nave oy co
A. scribing the same and paying for this 'advertise
ment: Enquire at mis omce; -
ailfclS-tC, ,fy, f yfe-.tt.f I r I
Caucs and Umbrellas.
' - 'mw M,iw tnJIm ftnd varW.1 of Cbtfihsl
A. Brushes, Porte Monies, Purses, Traveling Bags,
saps-tr - - f - 1 ' S. H. MswIIX
Jnsnrancfc
NASHVILLE COMJIEltCIAl. , .
Insurance Company.
Capital $100,000!--ArJLPAJD IX. -OFFICE
At.No.C6, Corner of CedarStreel and tbe
Public. Square, ,;,
I T ll J.takc risks against Lose or dam
VV age br Fire oa Buildings. Goods,
Waresand Mere baud izegenerally Also.
on Shipments against loss or damage by
Seas and Rivers, toand from all points. '
At Risk s on Negroes against tbe dapgersof
the River, j .. . : - . - : . .
DIRECTORS
AI3t AXDER, FALL, W. T. BERRY, .' -
ANTHONY W. VAXl.EER, ' JOIIX H. EWIX, .,
'-JOILX KtRKMA.V, HUGII McCKKA,
JAVES WuODri. , . JOSEPH EDWARDS,
R. C. M'-SAIKY, - IRS Y MORGAN, -
- W. H. ETANS.
.'ALEXANDER FALL President
' ilAMES WAJJCKR.Socretatr. " . auglS
. AND , . -
Fl UK l.NSUIiAACK COM PAiW,
Oxtitni 150,000 all paid In.
OFFICE Xorlh-Yt'csi Cornerorthc Public Square
Will take riaics auli.st loss or damage by Gre
ou Dwu!laiKsan.l.tbcr lio uses, Goods in Store, 4c.
Aisn UariuauiiRivcrbazardtoauill'rom all port E.
. - ., . ; AI.XJ ' ' ' - , .
Risks on Segrceiag-aiiisi the Dangersot ths
ivcr. 4 ..
JOffV M. HILL.
JAM tS COKREY
ntBiXTor.s: .. '"
JtlSEPIT VACLX ,
Tmi.fiiv ivi.uucnu
' G. JI. FOGG. JAMES ELLIS.
v. i
A LEX . ALLISON , N . B. ALLOWAY - '
R. II. GARDNER. W. S. EAK1X. . ,
- THOS.L. BRANSFORD.
JOSEPH VAULX. President
A W BOTLER .Secretary oct22
X V U O V aW S
fust received by Express and for sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbert, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two Gorman editions by
Frederick Knop. , . .. 11 ; .
El Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter. .
Rutledge a Novel.
J Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. !
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
scries. .' ' ' : ; ,
Just received and for sale by '
i f. HAGAX,
iune2-tf " T - 41CoUegest. ;
OPEN AGAIN..
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS 4
HOOPER . is again open, and tbe large stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HUDDLEST0X. Receiver.
. Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by experienced Prescriptionlsts.
; angl4-dtf . f - J . . : - . . . ' 1 .
LOGEHERE!
A LL DRESS GOODS
SELLING
REGARD LESS OF COST!
- : - ' ..r;i i ?-... . j.i ." s
Those not yet eiprlled would do wellto examine
them, as we a. c uciennuied to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN CETf f " , I 1 ' ' '
R. C. McXAlRY & CO.
July 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
i 'University of Lo-isiana.
-J LAW DEPARTMENT. - , 1
THE Lectures in this Department will commence on
the second MONDAY ot November, 1860,and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1861. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, and the Juris
prudence of the United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL, D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RAX DELL HUXT, Professor ofOimmercial and Crimln-
al law, and the Law of Evidence. ,
CHRIST IAN ROSEUCS, LL. D. , Professor or Civil Law.
ALFRED HENXEN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
- No city in the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in the Union.
All communications mnst beaddressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.- - - .
RAXDELL HUNT,
augl0-d&wt3dmin , . . i Dean of the Faculty."'
COAL.! COAL.! COAL.!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company formerly
jEma) at the following prices:
lounpuoai, . per ton.. ........$5 50
Round Coal, " " 6 00 ; .
NutOoal, - 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 60
Mr. Joh.v B. Lang will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in tbis place. -
... , ., . ' SAMUEL J. AGNEW,d ' -
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co. .
Nashville, August 16, 1860.
S-Orders can be left in Box Xo. 94. Post Office, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot. , JOHN B. LANG,
augii-ir Agent..
1 DISSOLUTION.
THE Co-Partncrhip heretofore existing" between
MoCAsLIN 4 STRADER in the
Sheet Iron and Copper Rusiness
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and theafloirs
of tbe concern will be set' led u only by me.
1 snail continue the same business as aeretofore, at
tne oiu Etana,ana soiiciia snare 01 tue puoi e patron-
age. .. -. . . v J. D. STRADER.
LAXbS AXft LOTS.
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz:' .
Lots Nus liand 13 on Pearl Street: 54 and 65 on
Washington street, each iu L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Nashville, .'' !
Lots Nos. 6, S34, 335 and 10 feet or 83et is E wing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 6, and 7, on High strict, in the Plan of
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied- by eood
tenants.' Also, 46 acres of Land oa the Turnpike
roaa leaning to raraaise Hill, about four muestrom
the city, adjoining The lands of Sam Cayee, W. B.
twins and others, and known as the Madox place.
It will make a fiuc market garden. ' Call at once and
get bargains, , 1 u- HOBSON 4 WrjELESS. .
I have on the market the snlendht residence of Wes
ley w heless, witn 87 acres of Land, which has been
heretofore advertised and more defitely described.
1 expect to put an the market the ensuing Fall (of
wmcu aue notice win ne given 1 about 100 iots la a
aug7-2m. , . ;
' .'No Time t6;Wait for, Ihe Doctor J ' :.
A BOUT these times all children.' will eat m-een fruit
X At any moment of day or nig.M, they are liable
to do attacked oy unoiera Morbus, iyscntery or in
rrhma.' No time then to send forth. doctor..: The
Grwleuberg Dyseutery Syrup, instantly relieves al
ea;u cases. No family ougut to be wilbeut it iu tbe
bouse.' -Its promptness has saved thousand's ' valu-
ble lives in Tennessee in tbe past few yeai. Only
60 cents a Dottle enough r.r a whole family1 tor a
whole season.;; fresa lot just received. -. ,
maylS-tf , , MACKENZIE MINCHUT.
- TURNIP SEED.
L" Af DRETHS Tnrnlp' Seed,' Summer ana Winter
Warranted fresh... Jus t received and for sale by
augi-u 1,, kaias, tutuwta uu.
i'3-'"-. Wanted;: :- ' .
f rt A fV BUSHELS GOOD CLEAN M1IXET SEED.
HJUtfJby , A. JENKlNaV i n...
lanai.U NO. 14 kooui Market street. ,
SMDER & P1LIZELL
nave 'on band a large assortment of '
i-t ... , . - ........ .. ... ... .
I" ADIES' French Dress Trunks ;
.r-.,t I
J
do.
80 Leather 'i ' do;
r. . . . '
do. ' binct" -. ? do; (a new articled
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks; '
.' 'do. do. .doi r .uo. : Yalises, (Asbutnd and ti
er styles;) which they are olfering at very TO.
aucea rates; xuimao. puouc square. ,. .
. aane'-tf ... i , 'H j
- fta7tlPor Sale. ;
THAT comfortabie dwelling, No. 163 Soatb Sum
mer Street, 'formerly the residouce of Russell
Houston tq. - .. i
' Also No 15 'North Summer Street, the present resi
dence of aas.Correy, Esq. Apply t -- i ' .' ',.u
...- KIKKMAK, Pre dent,
AQgl-u union u at ieuu
V. 1 ;-.--,
For Rent or ; 1 Iease.j V
T WILL rent or leaaa nv nlaee aar thi MortYeea
X bore' like two males from the city for the- present
year, or with the privilege of Ova years- inere
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, aad. a splendid well, of excellent water.
roars are twelve acres of superior Aa&a suiiaoie iw
raaaiDK au kinds or nrkau&g. ,
Soulhr rn Tnrak Manufactory.
C 0 . ii.ii. 'in 11 1 vJl
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
X0. 61 MARKET STREET, XAmTTLLE, TEXXES?EE,
- Mannfaetnrer and Wholesale and Eetail
DEALERS IX Ala. EDTDS OP
LADIES' AXD GEMS' TRAYELIXS TEHKS,
BONNET BOXES.
Valises, Carpet Bag-, &c, &c,
TAESIKE to call the' attention of all those in want of
XJ anything in our line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other bouse
iu the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. An must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in reference to buying that made at
the East expressly for Jobbing.
. We especially invite tbo attention of the ladies to
our - -
. PATENT TRIM FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
Oils. 4c.
- All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give as a call, at 5L Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
taine23-dly FASSETT 4 CROSSMAX.
,7 EUROPEAN MEDICAL IxlnTTUTE
DRSe SAMSOX AND LACOSTE,
- .' 512 Broadway,
Opposite the St- Nicholas, -
NEW YORKj
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
both scxrs, requiring experience, tact,
1 ' - and delicacy. r
DR. SAMSON, diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
- ; .DR. LACOSTE,
OF TBS HOMP.TAL DO MCDi Dl rABB,
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Ricord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
f2-Valure in both sexes, Weaknesses and Nervous
Debility and such affections of Ladies for
which the new French method of
treatment is considered the
best.
Dr. Samson's Peruvian Coca, recommended by Y.
Humboldt and Capt. Herndon, U. S. X., against Con
sumption, for sale at $3 per bottle. The best remedy
against all affections ot the Lungs.
Dr. Lacoste's Flor del Ccayali, against Sexual Weak
ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Ricord's Pills for
the cure of Sexual Diseases of a poisonous character, $2
per box. His Ladies' Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to have the desired effect, $'2 per box. His Gonorrhoea
Drops cure that disagreeable affliction in two days, (2
per bottle. Safes lor protection, $3 per dozen. All
remedies, which are still a secret in the bands of 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 3,676 Post (mice. New York, Ui raig
lish, French, German or Spanish. . . ,
juiya4-dawiy .
laiiOH StHOJNiaHkl
0& the European Plan,
,.'" ' ' CITY OF. NEW Y0RK.Q
Siogle Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort st,
r- : I (Opposite CUy Hall.) , I
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to tne Hotel. - - - ,--!
N. B. Bbwake or RrxxKRS and Hagkmbs whe say
wearefuU : i 11. FREKCII,
JulylS-lr, ; . v v . . Proprk'tor.
Ilouse-Keeptrst Attention.
THE attention of tbe readers ef tbe Patriot, the
ladies more especially, Is requested by Messrs
MACKENZIE 4 M1NCHIN, to the excellent Refriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which ttiey are now
supplying oar eitisens. Tempests' Frail Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting op aU kinds of Fruits
and Berries. : They are durable, siiopie and cheap,
aud tbe demand for them is so great that already
nearly three hundred dosen have been sold. ;
JOHN GRAIIA31,
LOUIS VTIXE, : : : : i : : KEXTUCKY".
Has on hand and for sale, low for cash 2,600.000 feet
White Pine Lumber ot the best quality went of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot, Louis
ville, y. . augld-dlawlma
. - 1000 : Dozen Fruit Jan.
250 dosen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 4 2 " ' 4i 44 44
2oo 1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 u 2 ( 44 44 ' 44
25 " 1 44 Flint Glass Jars.
; 2uo 44 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tr , For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOHNS & CROSLY'i
Improved Gutta . Fereb i Ceineat Boofin.
IS TBS CHBATCB T AMD MOST DPRABLS BOOTISO IS r8B.iT
is fire asd WATsa rsoor. It can be applied to xkw
and old doors op all kimm and to old suingle roofs
without removing the thiiiglet.
THIS C03TIS OXLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AXD 13 TWICE AS DURABLE, j
Gdtta Psbcba CeasxT for preserving and repairing
Tlx and Metal Room of every description.
. From its great elasimity, ta not injured by tne con
traction and expansion of metals , and mil not crack
ia cold nor run ia warm weather. These materials
have been thoroughly tested in New York and ah
narm of tbe Southern and Western Slates, and we
can give abundant proof of atfwe claim in their
favor. , . .
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense.
- "NO HEAT 13 REQUIRED.
These materials are put up ready for ose . and for
shipping to all parts of the country, with full printed
directions for application. .
Full descriptive circulars will ds torwarueu on ap
plication by mail or in person, at our principal offi
ces 610 BKOAI'WAY, (opposite Nicholas Hotel,)
N. Y.. 349 FULTON ST.", (opposite City Hall) BROoK .
LYN. - , JOHNS CK4J61Y. .
H. H. HAYNES & GO.,
-' AGENTS FOR THE ,
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
; ' At If o. 16 Cedar street, - ;
' Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
-' ec29-tf ; : 11 Naanvtlle Tenn.
i Tin Roofing.
lT AVINtt rtry facility to Xhm way r workmen
ll l ;.. 1 an 4n Ctrak rata rArlr with (ianr!h
t M- efts UIMVIHUlu a i V
V ,;n T.wt wn ra. Ttnnirtir rnnfs Ailhr in iha CitT
a, w UI VVUMavl ll a "
or country, at low rates, and in every ease warrant
satuuacuoui uutiera, ripma, iv . iiiug,
Ahu. Galvanised Iron Cornices, 4e.,donein the best
' T f WITCOV
manner, s . .: , i-.,i "" .. ,
fcbS-t . Opposite Sewaitjrtr--
i - v a. r . Kj KJ . ,
--' -Woleaale ConXeetlonera, '
No. 52 Main St., Cincinnati, O-
. ni a A writPOO as -nnM LnW n lit V . fHilU
oT all kmd, Gam DropB, Losenget, tfugw Toys,
FrM5hCoftioory,rncyid Also,
. : s ;a. U.. CxJinna anrf CirA Vtnriem
t marlQ-6m . , .
Tempests; Fruit Jars. ...
. iii E have on band several hundred dozen Quarts
, v au a uaii u.uuu v - - - -
The simplest, cheapest and best ariicla yet invented
rcr tne preservauoB 01 r run anu icjimura.
Tempest's Jars preserve Stbawsbsju I -
;' : ' Tempest's Jars preserve JUsrwauuss!
' Tempest's Jars preserve BtACxaxwuia I
Tempest's Jars preserve P Pi rl
Tempest's Jars preserve Pxachbb I ,
- " '' Tempest's Jare preserve Pixas I 1
Tviipest's Jars preserve Onsen I j
' ' Tempest's Jare presarre ChsssI;
Tempnst's Jars preserve Tokatobs! !
. Ve nave a yull supply of Arthur's Class, Stone and
tin Jars of all sizes. ;
ALSO Ludlow's Class and Tm J,all si sea -
w hick we areoflering at cost prtoe.ss we feel assured
that v
App5e. Pealers.' ! '
' . - - . . . . ,hi. .ntiln iderfl. i
Aa-U . Forsala by ; . J. W. WILbUN.
IF YOIT WAIST A HOT FIRE
&'..-t..r.BUllN TILE : - ,
MT A CO AL !
Orderi Can be left in Boi 91 P. 0.
Yard, back of X. 4 C. R- R. Depot. ' '
JOIINB.lNG,
aug.26-tf v " - ; AenL
;.?A:Magci2ceBt Chance, ; '
I WILL sell my Farm in Frkiin county ,Tena.,oa
Rock Creek, six Uea South-west ot Tullahoms
consisting of too or more Acres of Land. It can b,
divided iuto two places; It has oa it goad improve
ments the beat f epring water; a good Grist and
Saw Mill, aad is wituiufour atUas of threeceUibrated
TjrfiSther'iormatlon apply to B. R. Wsrra.ea
th. place, or te tu; SSlti'w r wtti '
. . i e-'i u a is
Commission JllerrljantSa
S5IEDLEF, ;ECi3i & CO.,
MERCHANTS,
Lower Wharf loat,
PADUCAII, . KENTUCKY.
' A Share of Public Patronage ref f ectfully so
' ictted. - july3-3m
M. C. BRUCE,
Anctioi; & Cowiiitesioii Icrchact,
! Corner Cedar and ClierrcNta.,
KASIIVILLE, ' TE K SSEE,
RESPECTFULI.Y solicitseonslgumetiif of Merchac
diseof allclasncs. Satisfaction riveu tocotiKiu
eesand purchasers as nearlv as possible. Consign
eesof goods to this market will lind my auction rooms
well lilted up, and the goods will be sold without .e
lay and the money paid ever forth with.
N.B. Nogoods bouiiutorsoMou uiv owuaeckut.
Charges reasonable aud liberal advances tnade ou
consignments. uiar25
W. A. JOHNSON &. CO.,
COTTON FACTORS,
"AND
Commission lerchar.t$,
ST CAR0XDELE1 STREET... 27
ME XV OK LISA AS.
Sep t.
a. Etasmficx.
K. W. XEVIXS.
k. KianrAiraivK.
KlitKPATRlCK & CO.,
COIUIISMOJ 1 FORWIRDiXG MERCIIAjTS-,
27 IV A rC'llZ STKEET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
NEW OULEAXS, A.
novT tl
MIXUFAITIUIEUS' ARTICLES.
j. & c. ITeakirt,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, Ohi).
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Manufacturers' Articles, '
Carding Machines,
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
Machine Cards,
Wire H eddies and Frames.
Shuttles, '
Steel Seeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather.
Harness Twine,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c
AIjSO, a full assortment of
Dye-S tuffs, Cochineal
Cudbear. Indipo.
Madder, Cntch.
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, &c, &cM Ac.
sp24-ly
JOHN M. SECRIST,
WnOISAI DE.VLER
IN ALL. KINDS OF;
GRIN AND liillRTE,
Uneinnati, Ohio.
Southern orders will be fillel with promptness, at
the lowest market price. Aug-6m
XFaW VaVLili.UOOl.S. .
1860.
Allison, Anderson & Co
IXPORTKttS AMI WHOI.Bai E UIULCES UI
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DIIY-GOODS-
and
II eady-HIade Clothing,
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
A'ashville, : : : : Tenuessee..
WE are now receiving and will iu a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale oue of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore resiectfuily invite nn examination of
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel conlideut we can
promote their interest bv giv ing us a cail.
au.g22-.2in A'lJXSOX, AM'KKAJX & CO.
IIIST01U OF A LAW-SI iT
a
In Uic Circuit Cotiri of
TENNESSEE,
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
BY
Abialiam Cariitlters,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
Fur sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK ft CO.,
Juaeld-tf No. 38 Union street.
KEP INSURED
WITH
NASH & M A R 11,
No. 25 CIIese Street;
Agents for Old; and Reliable
Companies.
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
' ; AND
$ 6 0, 0 0 0
STATE EONDS WITn COMPTROLLER.
aug3-tf .
" rolrn Uith Tour Lusts
TF yon wish to sweep fine Carpets without injuring
them or raising a dust, ute THE PATENT CAR
PET & EWER. - ' .
julylS-tf MACKENZIE ft MTXCHIX.
Fresli Corn Meal.
ANEW supply Just received per Railroad, and
for sale by BEN I. V. SHIELDS H Co.
. Jsly 23, 1840-tf. ,
Jasl Eeteived by M. A. Parmli i Co.
flAA BAGS. Oasbed Corn;
ZUU li0 bacs Family Meal;
- 350 bags Wtoil Meal Corn.
anrl3-tr '
Ladies' French Dress and Pad-
lag Trunks.
3 O il X ViTX lil A tt Z
- - 42 College Street,
' . . ''. I - L rJEALES IX '
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional eidia of Ladira' Extra
Largo Dress Trunks, of the Utett eiylrs. Best
English Sile Iallw r 8leel tjs-iTig Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net "Boxes, single and Double 'lop; Valises, Bags, Ax.,
fur sale at very kiw TH-es. . .
jnaea-tf. . , ;. , . - JOHX ItAMAGE.
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! I
FLAG S AN IT: TORCH ES ! 1
JOHN IXCK, 45 fn km street, has aow the best as
sortmunt m Nasbvuie of every thing in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as kw as
a good article can be bought anywUrra. The Torches
are soutething new, and tbe Ue.:t thing ever Introduced
fur political proceKswsis. - augl4-tf
JCXT received a few more LADLES' LARGE FFEXCH
DU8S TRUNKS; tjulo Leather Truuks, Steel ipriug
aiiaesana sags.
" AI0
LADIES' B0XXIT BOXES, Trar Top., very rhstp for
S a. ' V - jva nuuwi.
saglS-tf
, 0SL't.
i
RATES OF ADVERTISING
(t- us oa isss to cr rriTTTS a sqcabb.)
te Square 1 day Si 00 each ad'alinsertie.
" 44 'l week, 3 00 tacbad'a Uquare kO
. i. 4, 4 60 " i OO
44 4l- lru-iutk6 00 44 4 " 3 00
4 .. 2 v e 00 '.. 4 0
. -s . ,., .-: , si ,
4 4 4 4 1 04 ' (II
4 44 12 25 00 ie e
. mm at pirfwai.
Or. e sq a a r ,o r e j ear .SoO eac t a ddtuona I square SIS
Written notice must be given to take out.ed stop
adrertisementSi f yearly advertTf beforetbeyear
expires. otherwise e snail charge t 'done.
Norotitract ofy early advertisement S.diBcaa
t in ued w i tbo u iireva.u Knot ice to us.norv ni&n , Uarga
le reade l'ir less than one year at ot yearly ratea.
aJ-Advertisertexeeediiig ttextteoutre
edforwillbeebargredfortheizeets --4
From VISCHCRjOWEN a CO., Geoe.-iU Advertising
House ,Appleton Building ,344 Broadway .
New-York
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
DIETZ& CO.
aAsrFAf-rrRKiit. or i arson t
.Keru&fiie, CdUipbene, Fluid, sud Oil and
GAS FIXTURES,
a VABiorssrvLSSAsnsimsa;
cn is ncn v iv s,
umtaotDttro
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
Na. 132 WiiliamStreetiesr Fuli i.Xew-York,
rcbO tfy
lVew York Pianos.
ii
T. II. CHAMBERS'
PIA NO F0RTES.
EatabllaUed In 1S28.
Piano Manufacturer,
(Formerly Dubois t Stodart.and Dubois, Bacon a
Chambers,)
QWarerooDis In the "Bible Ifouae,rj
Cor. Slli street and 4th Avenue,
NEW T0EK CITY. -
Th;si a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter faithlully executed, aud perfect satisfaclioa
guaranteed.
X. B Send for a circular, wilh description of
styles and scnedulo of prices. mar2e-&
Prince Imperial Champagne.
FROM
h EPEEXAT.
DETE.OCEtCo
FBANCr
Sold ly all reepfviable Dealers throughou
the Coantry.
'piIIS Dae brand of Chan..arae, which until th
X psstyear wascotifined exclusively to the best ta
bles of t no Continent of Europe, has now obtain e
ihe most unbounded success and popularity In tit
country. It is rec miuended by some of the Bra
Physicia-is of tbe city of New York, over all oth
wines, on account of its extreme purity and delie
cy,and thoae wlo once try it rarely ase any oth
brand. Although only one year has elapsed sin
is introduction into tbis country, the demand
normous, and constantly Increasing. Onr arraag
uienta are such as to ensure the quality of the Win
being maintained at its present high standard. Th
Prince Imperial Is imported solely by as, we beia
the sole Agents of Messrs. Ds Vkxogb k Co., la this
country. E. Y. HAUGHWOCT Jt CO.
Nos. 488,490 and 492 Broadway, New York
Sold ir Nashville by M. A E. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church and College sta
niar9-3md
De Forest, Armstrong & Co,,
Dry Goods Merchants.
80 & 82 CHAMBERS ST., HEW 10EZ,
W'Ol'l D uotify tho Trade that they are openin
Weekly , iu new and beautiful patterns,
THE WA3ISUTTA PRINTS,
ALSO :
THE AJIOSKEAG,
A Ne Print, which excels every Print ia tbe Coon
try for perfection or execution and design in fall
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper ttian any i c
the market and meeting -nlt extensive' .le.
JO3 iirders promptly attended la
apr4-deowly
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadtvay, New York.
I 7HK.n comtdeted six years ago tbe f?t. Nicholas
V V was universally prouounced tbe most macnifl-
cent, cuuvenient and thoroughly oigacised estab.
lshmentot the kind on this continent, w hat it was
ueu it remain to-day without a rival in sise. la
sumptuousuess, and in J-be general eiemenls oi com-
lri ano enjoyment. 1 he Uotetf has afoommodaliou s
or logo guests, including luO complete suites ol
apartments fr families, feix hundred ersons can
be coiuiortably seated at the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised lor the convenience and social gratiOcaUua
the traveh. g public has beea omitted ia its plaa,
or is neglected iu its practical details. The early rep
utation of the bouse at borne and ! road, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, aad its
auoie-llke comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by tbe unwearied exertions of the propri.
t ws. TREAD WELL, WHITCOMB A U.
may21-3m
GDFFEE'S PATENT
Knitting' Macliines,
Pur Plaiu Mocking and Fancy Knitlin.
ALSO. -
Machines for EnitliBf .Dr eri, Sliirtite
OP ALL SIZES.
Bib Machine of 1&1.2 AL,2ft2andS t Eib
os Baao axd sans to obpkju
IHESE Machines ase tbe plain English Ppriug
X Needle, on .a new principle, and are the cheap,
est and biopI rspid machines for knitticgUi ose.
Tbe UoUee Patwut Family Knitting Machines far
family and I'latvatiun toe, tm a new and successful
feature in the usef ul in venuons of e age, and ranks
aim thcScwiug Machine, -
ifiucr in tun too,.
KO. 677 BROADWAY, NEW TOEX,
janall-Sm HENRY a LEK, Agent.
Fresh Frni !- .w
THE YE03IANS'
FRUIT BOTTLE,
rXR CTIIJTY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY AKD
X SiAiETY, is unequalled for preserving Fruits ia
a frcsu state, in any cliuate,aa mdenaite ae. Hat
ing used these Bottles, we And them exceedingly
convenient and just the thing waited. '
JuUN J. l iiUMAd, la Register ot Baral Affair.
For descriptive aud price circulars, ad urea Pra
prelor, at Walworth, Waynacounty , New York.
. maS5-6loA3tw T. 6. YOMANL
& Minute
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
A lfoiprored for 1S59.
WrraSTaam Ias Oovscs ajtd Bottom Turns.
t pHE only Freeuer kwri which is eoaslmcted oa
f ue Cheapest, Best d moat Economical: reouirlnr
less ica and less labor thaa any otbar. beinx at the
saaM tune tbe meat durable in structure, and most
ecrtain in its operations.
liole Agent for the United States.
E. KETCHAM Jt CO.,
Manufacturers of Jaoaased and
PUaitibeu Tin Ware.
iesis-3m 289 Pearl street. Kew Trk.
KNICKXIUIOCKER MAGAZTXC, fur August, ISO ,
GODEY'3 I ADIES BOOK, for August.
WAVERLY MAGAZLVE, for July 28ta, .
For sale by P. HAGAX,
julyia-1 CoUegastraat
Coffee! Coffee!!
IT, E are at receipt of a sh puHmt ot the aneet
V V Couoe aver received m Naait vuia. which w. ar
otfcnng to the trade at a low fig .ire.
Aug9-tf, mil, HtujrEn a t.
GODEYS LAPIFS BOOK, for September.
JODt:Y,8 LAIUEJ' BOOK, for Septibar
PCTEKsOX"a MAGAZINE, for Sepmbar.
PETElJN'3 MAGAZINE, fo Sep i uber.
Just received, and fur sale fc
augl5-U !. Cua straa -
EBONY IDOLS.
BY A LADY OF NEW ENGLAND. CWtb, m
Prion Jl 25- rue sale hy. " UaX
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