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NASHVILLE TENN. TUESDAY: SEPTEMBER: IS;:' I860 vi";:spfx r
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Pily, per aanam ..... OO -
Tri-wekljr, peraunam,.... 6 00
Weekly, rr annum, ' 3 00
One Weekly for twoyars, ortwo Week"" in
for one year, in advance, 6 00
Wiaea the Daily, Trl-'eelcly, or Weekly la to be
aiflconunuedf pajd in adraoce at the timeaubscrlbed
or), the subscriber mast order, otu " rme it will be
ewaunaed,aloor adoption, until paid Car and gtopped.
f not paid, it mast b paid at the time of diacontino
ace, or at oar option . if the party is rood , it will be
Kemiuancea by mail, in registered n letters, at
Steam Press Printing Coneern!
1. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors
Xo. 16 Ceaderick Street,
...M per anauui.
fi jr anuuui.
........ -43 per anuuui.
The PilKlOT Is an earnest, active and Indrfal lgable
aapportcr of the Gnatitatwaal I nioa cause, and in ihp
present caDrarS (or the Presidency will use every bf
orable eflort to promote the ekclwa uf hcLL and Evut
TT. To enable us to labur with increased ertlcir-ary
we alc our party triemla to aid uJ in -xlfnduir ill cir
By the purctiU ot th pruitaig rcfcAblihloeui uf the
AeiM. and recent additions of now uuieruls fr.n the
Coondries) the JiB CfTKT of the Viroim ha btn made
the larrrt and nvt C'luplete ui iIm .-sjulh W.t. It U
a.o supplied with the m-et fniupi.f.t wurkrufn.
Steam has breo applied to our pr2?-3, which are of
the beet kinds. We are prepartrd to ruit, in ihe hr h
t style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronza,
I -RAY TICKETS,
And, indeed, everytuing from the smallest Tip to the
mammoth Pwter, or Ihe t-a5t Pamphlet to the largU
large clrcuUtu-n of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of thw subscription lists of
fetes, renders it an excellent advertising me J mm.
N'ooe better In the city.
g- We solicit orders,, at our office, No. IB ltxvs.it-
.. S. t'AMP A O.
X with me in busmes.
hotert Moore & Co.
the u.une of tlie firm t be
49 Walnut street.
ROBERT 3IOORI: & CO.,
Produce Commission Merchants,
No. 49 Walnut ntreel,
Purr-haae and sell, exclusively on commisision, Floiir,
Baa, Cheeste, Butter, Seeds. Oil?. lriej Fruit, Can
dlM.SiiaD. Cordage. Brooms. Buckets, Tubs, aod arti
cies of Domestic Manufacture and l'Rl 1 l"t:E K nerally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner nt Broad and Market streets",
1 1 f E are prepared to execute orders for Drul
V a nil Jfledletnea and all articles tieriaiu
ina to the lrue Buamess, with despatch od at tne
iimI market nrice.
The same attention will be given as heretofore to
have every article of as good quality as represeuted
and in do instance will any Utiug be pot np that is of
a doubtlulor sophisticated character.
It is our Intention to maintain the reputation w
have established in selling none bat Pure lrui;3 aud
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
our stock before boying elsewhere, believing wecan
show you inducements seldom offered In tbi- or any
other .Southern city. In addition to Oras e have
oostanUy on hand a laree stock of Periumery,
raps aud Toilet Articles, White lad, I.iused Oil,
Tnrpenliuo ViruisHis, l."i,i'r? auil W iues lor medi
, iviugston SpringH,
IS now oien lor the reception of visilora. n aud
afler Tuesday the 3d day oi July Mr. Jkk
PAKaian will run an accutura-dation Omnibite. I eaviug
the Seanee Houseever; Tuesday, Thurslay, and
JU Uirily at S o'cieck.A. M .arriving at the Spring
to dinner (are two dollars Ul. e and register at
Srwaoee Doue. The medical qualities of these
Springs are well knywn: Kor dyspepsia, diseases of
lba hrer and lor complaints incident to temales,
ttxej aro unsurpassed. There are dve sulpbur
prinaa of different quahtir, besides free stoue and
aci discovered chalybeate.
Xermn Per Piv.... $1 W
Week 8 w
Month 30 t0
Horse per week 3 ;o
I Children and servaoia half price.
WM. 1 TEATMAV,
E. J. KKKiOKK,
Xeleeraph Chalybeate Spring.
ItuC water is brought rour hundred feel in ten seconds.
atke pleasure In Informing tbe public that he m
now ready to wait on all who may favur him
with a calL
Tnis Spring is situated on the eaft side oi Cumber
land river, at tbe end of tbe wire bralg. f amilies,
irom $1 Jo SO; One Person, 2; by the drink, b cents.
Payment in advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carhooste ol l.nne, .'ulphate i4
Ifagneeia, Sulplate of Lime, KiiruV uf Magnesia,
Muriate of Sou.
The sptinc gravily of the rreu water was
1-01222 aistilled water being taken as a standard
I understand that tbe waker has already been ben
encial to several invalid:. It will be benetlciai to a
greater degree when taken fresh from the r-priug
.1 should pronounce it sumulantandtonic, and adapt
ed, consequently, to rases or debility, accompanied
with anauomic conditM a of the system, and contra
.Indicated io plethoric and intlamalory states.
K1CH AK1 O. CUKREY .
Tbrra U no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
divas at the eastern end of the Susiieusiou Bridge m
good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
jnny diawaes of debility. B. W. Hall, M. O . K
iiioiupaon, M. D., Henry Carow, H. 1.,T. K. Jen
mugs, M. I).. Boyd UcNairy.M. I.,B-C.K. Martin,
31 li. juno2S-2m
Valuable Town Lots
l a A N U S
XAU oSerihg fbr salt . on reasonable term, the
following property: M handsome Builduig Lots
IB the 7th and 8tu Wards of Nashville.
Nine Houses and Lots of various dimensions, from
large to small comfortable residences at low prices,
tn ihe city.
tme doable three story Business House on Broad
tree t, occupied at present by Uardcastte t Co.
svooe Tract of about 22 S acres, three miles out on
the Nashville and CbaUauoogaBailtoad, frame house
and Well part of the Lucua or Crulcbtr tract, good
One Tract of about SI aer4,on the Murfreeabe.ro'
Turn pit A road, at ita Junction with the htone'a River
TnrspUie one-half mile out .adjacent to W. B. Lewis
and others my Brick yar iroperty.
One Tract of about S aci s, eight miles out, near
the Morfreesboro Turnpikr Uood improvements,
good water and timber.
One Tract of about W acres on the Franklin Col
lege and Stone's river Turnpike, 7 miles oat SO seres
cleared, balance good timber and well watered.
Una Tract of about 18o acres , adjacent to same on
tne feast, front on said Turnpike over 20O poles
early all good timber and soil good.
one Tract ot about 160 Vt-es , ten miles eat, near
rJnuth'a Springs, one mile vnd a half North of the
Karlreesboro' Turnpike, mostly well timbered .about
. 40 acres cleared and several other lot and tracts
of land in Nashville and vteiaity.
ror farther particaUrscall on Nasch Wooowaan,
prices will be taken in ex-
WWV. tm 'XII.
JAMES V. MCBXLL.
42 CoUe R"4-
Nashville and Chattanooga II. II
Change of Schedule.
Sunday next, April 29, I SCO,
Pansenger Trains will ran as follow .
Iruve Nashville at 4 a. w. and 3 P. v.
Leave Chattanooga at 7 SO A. x. and 720 r. .
. Arrive at Xashville at S r. n. and Si. x.
A Lit rail connection, and shortest route to Boston
f Xew Vork. Ih!ladelphia, Baltimore, Washington
Citv. Kicbmund, Petersburg, Lynchburg. Knoxvule,
Savannah, Chartenton, Moutgomery , Memphis, Xew Or
Both Train., connect at Sterenwn with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Railrwd, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on Last Tennessee aud Ueorgia aud n eft
era and Atlantic Bailroads.
Tliroueh Tickets may be had at anv hoar on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at Depot, to the following
places and at the following prices, viz : .
Nashville to New l'ork, via. Charleston, 3. C.
E. T. a: Va. route
2a 7 j
Vliginia St 1113,
Holly ilH,r4. 11 j j
F- W. COLE, ."Superintendent.
a IHE Nashville and ChaUanoiva Kaiiroad t-omiuuj ,
. in connection witn tbe KoaiU below, are running
an Express Freight Tram from Charleston aud Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainty as their passenger Trams. Xo delay to freight
bv this route. E. W COLE,
Charleston and Savannah
r u 1 u 'V iiixi:s
Eaits Krilufftl aud Smd Increased.
EXPP.ES3 Freight Traius ou all the roail?. On and
after the 24th of liecmber. K.9. through rates
from Xew Vork to Nashville:
First Class, per loo pounds ?1
Second Clas, 1 35
Third Clasi, ' . 1 Id
Fourth Class, 4i
Hats. Cans aud B.iuet- 2 2j
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville three,
three and a half and tour da s.
Time from New Vork and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, eight aud nine days.
Intervening Sabbaths cause Ihe above variations in
line, as no freight trains ara run on Sunday over three
Xo detentions by ice or suow. Overcharge and
damages (except damages occurring at fiea) prompliy
adjusted by the Xat-hville aud C'hattauouifa Kailroa.1 on
deliverv. '. W. AXliFJJSON. .
Freight to Nrw Vork and Philadelphia
lotion and Vlour,
C1IARLEST0X AND SA VAXA'AIL
Cottou per bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight $4 2
Flour oer barrel 1 45
Xo iudurauoe necessary except from Charleston and Sa
vaniiah to New York and Philadelphia.
Cotton compressed at the oirtioB and expense of stea
mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreien ports at to 2 1 lefw than cotton not
Thnaigh receipts Lsued by the Freight Agent of the
Nadhvule aud Chattauooga Kailroad.
C. W. AXPER50V,
dec23-tf General Agent.
FAST LINE EAST
NCI KG ON J
C C) M M E
Utile Miami aud Columbus and
CLXTI. HAMILTON & DAYTON
From CINCINNATI to
BoFton in 32 hoars. New York in 30 hours.
Philadelphia in 2A hours.
Baltimore in 24 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 lira.
Bunalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland ui 8l; nonm.
Wbeeland in 8.Li boum.
Crestline in 6 hours.
Albany in 25 hours.
Dunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12 V hours.
Steubeos villein 10 a hours.
Znnesville m 6 boon'.
Toleda in 9 i hourii.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
lielroit in 12i hours.
Through Trains leaie Cincinnati as follows:
liIO A. M. EXPIIESS From Little Miama
LVt, and from Cmcinnati, Hamilton k Pyton Iepot,
eonuects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Bit Halo;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. oiumbus,
Sieubensville and Pittsburg: via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg: via Columbus, Bella ir and Kenwood.
7:30 A. HI. EXPIIESS From Cincinnati,
Hamilton aud lie iron Depot, also connects via. Lima,
Toledo. Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyile aud
in A. TT- EXPRESS From Little Miami
Deiiot, counocu via. Columbus, Bellair and Benwood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. C omnibus,
tYestlaie and Pittburg; Via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buttalo.
ft a hi. FAPHESS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and lvton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Iletroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky,
modern Sleeping: Cara on Inta Train,
11 1 III. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, eonuects via. Oolunibus,Steubeiisviil and Pitts-hunr-
via. Columbu3, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus, Belliar and Benwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and Pittsburg; Via. loiuuiuu.-, ii.-yi.iauu, imuuin auu
noderii.Meeptug tar ou title Train.
Passenger, for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M . have 5 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. If., make direct connections.
The CP. if. Exprtas. Saturdtv. malts all con-
nections at advertised, except for Detroit
and points in Canada.
The Night Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Traius run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains nin by COLUMBUS TIME, which is 7 Minutes
faster than CINCINNATI TIME.
Rageage Checked Through tu
all -Eastern Cities.
' p.aeurers should bear In mind' that the '-CXN-
CLNVATI'' is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
w a I LASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
insuring srsso, comfort and SAFfcTY.
Are sold at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES In the WEST and BOL ltl. ask ior tickeu
Via. CINCINNATI. . ,,
P. W. STRAl'LK, uenerai ticket Agent, vui ii.
OS THURSDAY, THE 11TH DAY OP OCTOBE
next, at Madison, tbe county seat of 5C Francis
County, Arkansas, I will sell at public auction, my
tarm, lying seven miles Mortn-vi est or Jtaaison, ana
Ave miles from the hue of the Memphis and Little
Kock Kailroad, situated In Teiiuo Creek Bottom, and
entirely tree from overflow. The Tract consists of
ONE THOUSAND AND FIFTY SEVEN ACRES of rich
calf rable Land, with all appertenanees necessary to
a Cotton Farm, la continually well watered and
cleared in liberal proportion. .
TLKMs In tar e equal payments: The first to be
made in eity acceptance Ux Mem phis on tbe 1st of
January, 1861 ; the other two with mortgage security
upon the land te be made successively tn one and two
Information as to other particulars may b had by
examination of the preiaiaes, or br addressinc- ma at
Green Hill, Wilson County, Tennessee.
- At the same ttma and place. I will sell on three
months time, my farming stock, utensils, corn, fod
der, Ave. Ac. A. T. GOODLUE, -augad2ww
Extra Family Flour ;
1tA BARRiXS Extra Family Flour , man u fact ur-
'rom choic Whit Wheat, to arrive le
' - L, HlTXULt E00PZS CO, '.
Great . riiitoiial i loule
To Baltiiuor T Philadelphia,
t NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY JMJAD TO " .
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
R AILEO J30 S
rf VERlfTXATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
i the Ea.st, and Coluuibu3 on the West, at which
places it connects with Railroads-lor and frtm all
pouiu in ' '
The West, Soclhwat and Xorthwt st. '
Parseneers bv this route can vinit the cities of Ball!
more. Philadehaiia. New York and Boston at the oust
of a ticket to New York or Bogton alone by other line.
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
Citv to the Eastern Cities at an add it tona 1 charge ot two
dollars only. .... - t
Sleeping Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD VXTIL USED,
With tho rrivik-ge of slopping off at all pi inc ipal
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all the Eastern Cities at a comparatively
small evnenne. The scenorv fe celebrated for -its won
derful beautv and sulilimilv: it is uueiiualled in ihe
world. Its system of Hay and Nielli Track Police; its
plendidYoUiiMiieot ; it exclusive Telegraph lanes; lis
largn aiWHini of double track: Hi hue H.Hol-". (under
the surveillance of lite Company .l.jrnr.es t the -
SPELI), SAFKTY AND COMFORT.
Tlirough tickets and bagaagw checks can be ohlaiued
st all the pruicijial Raihoad and Steamlxiat onu-es In
the West. ......
Ask (or Tickets via. Baltimore anil Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
U M. CoLE. General Ticket -Vgeut..
K. F. FULLER, General Western Airent.
J. W. BROWN. Gen 1 Ticket Atteut, C. O. K. R.
Aaslivillc to Claiksville. 1I-
kniATille, Unssellvillf, &c.
OX .VXD AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, I860,
Two Tram to and from Clarksv ill.' daily. . .
Leave Nashville at 6.30 a. m. and 2.5 t. .
Arrive at Cuuksville 10-25 a. m. and T.lo r. h.
Leave Clarksville at B A. w. and 2 45 P. .
Arrive at Xa.hville 10 a. m. and 7 r. m. '
The morning train from Nashville connects at firing-
field with a daily line of stages to Rupsellville,and at
Tail's Station, near tate line, with Slaughter Co. '3
dailvlineof lour horse coaclies to Hopkin.sville.Ky.,
ia- Trenton, Pembrake, Ax.
From HopkinsvUle stages leave for Columbus, Ky.',
Paduiah, SmithL-md, Eddyville and Henderson.
tare from Nashville to Henderson 4 au.
api 7-tf ' Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
IT being of the utmost importance for the proper
inouvliou of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight t rains lie run at
regular unilorm rate of speed, which can only be ac
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be run on the time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty days from this da te. freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule station;) onlr.
Kates on Flour Reduced.
r HE Xashvilleand Chattanooga Railroad will receive
J. at Nashville, Wartraee, Sheibyville aud stations
on N. Ac C. R. R. between Nashville and Wartraee, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
E. W. COI.K,
Snpt of Traniortatiou X. & C. K. R.
jau 22 -tf
liOuisY.Uc ami XasUviWe
CHANGE OF TIME.
T1WO through Express Passenger Train b between
Xasbville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for Xew York, Boston, Pu'ladel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
On and after ScxDAT,'JfLT thk 8tb,18bO, trains
win run as louows:
First Mail train leaves Nashville at 5.-O0 A.M. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc
tion, Elizabelhlown, and ail regular stations when sig
nalled by a flag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leaves Louisville at 6:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:16
Second train,Expres, leaves Xas'avilleatS:50 P.M
d Uy , Sunday s excepted , sUippin g as fl rst train , and
arriving in Louisville at 8:00 A. M. Returning leaves
Loui8Villeat i0 P. M., stopping as above, and ar
riving in Xashvilleat 3:0& A. M. .
Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 4:30 P. M., and arriv
ing in Gallatiu at 6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M., and arrives in Xasbville at 9:10
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, bast and West, with a choice of the many dif
JNO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Fisld, General licket Agent.
As aetrulrnU nill happen, even ia mil regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toyn, Crockery , Ac.
SPALDDtQ'S PEEPAEED GLUE
meeW all such emergencies, and no household ran af
ford to be without it. It is always ready aud up to the
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, spliutered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. - M is just tbe art a le for cone shell and
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re-
unement and taste. - - - -
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
nsea in tne place ot ordinary mucilage, neiug vastly
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 26
cents. . j . i - - .
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New York.
Address, 1LENEY C. SPALDING ft CO.,
; Box, Xo. 3,600, Xew York
' . - t .
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
S A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLI.fc.will save ten times its cost annually to every
. Sold by aa prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make note of SPAL.
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list
u will sianu any climate. janlO-ly
Shelton's Maxble ,Work8 ! .
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
rTIHE undersigned would Inform his friends
. . i ... 1 1 . 1 1 n . i. i .ti .
BUU WD uuuiiu gouci muy iuu ua n ill con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet'
shop, on Church street, and calls attention te
tbe stock oi
Klarble Slonnmeiils, Tombs, etc.
Which be has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
MarbleiMantles; and every description of MarbU
Work. M tne tuiest American and Italan Marble, liia
work wiU, as heretofore, be waranted, and bis prices
to suit the tunes. . . M. L. SHELTON.
SCUUETZE Ss. lAJDOLtFFy
r ANCFACf CRERS of Ikos Fsajo.
i GRAND. SQUARE and PARLOR I
UnAND PIANO FOKlfcS, made with
all the Imnrnvementa coadnctive to 1
supenoti'.y of tote, touch ejid drrability, bOL -
hujau awaraeaat mm jairs in new iu, -'66
and '66. and in St. Louis, 16. Dealers, Scho
and Families will save money by calling before p
chasing. All instruments guar an teed for taree y -
wareruomssiia BKOOJts or . fa lew doors we
Broadway.) Mew York. '. - feb21- ,
- Tempeit'i Stone Jars' .
Bast sapercede all ethers.
NE W BOOJiS,
JUST RKCOTED BY
. o ...
J O II N Y OR K & CO.
The Kelly s' and the O'Kellyi by Dr. Thont.
Margaret Mancrieffe by Charles Burden..
Tbe Marble Fawn by Haa luorne, 5. -, ,.
The Duchess of Orleans.' - - ' i
Poe and his Critic. '
Hamboldts Correspondence. - ,
Mill on the Floss. -"
; 1 t r
Life Struggle by Miss Pantoe
How to enjoy Life.'
Fawn of Tour Acres.'
IJviLg Rep-esentation Men.
Art Recreations. . ' .
Babits of Good Socity4or Ladies and Uefatimietu
Lite's Morning Ijfe's Evening. . .. : ,
Notes on Nursing by Miss Kightiu gale . ..
EI ureidis by author of Lamp Lighter
Bryant's Eulogy ou Washington 'rviug. -
LitU Be uty by author of Gamblers Wile.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macau lay,
Tylney Hall a novel by Thoaias Hood. ' t
Tliroue of David by author of Prtnca . rliii
David ' - -;l
The Floreuce Sur;ea by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of toh.,,j , -,--..
Friers Wood Post Office by Hem, of ReitehaT. J.
Mademoielie Mori--j tale of Afodern Iiome.
1 Mil, v -w 'y rfuw , .11 .1
IN ALL ITS IlllANt:iIES.
8hopon Church bi-tween Cherry and CollegesU.,
Nasiirille, Tenu. -
lUE undersigned respectfully informs the public
I that he has recently taken the above stand and
is prepared' o do Blacksa 11 lung in all its brauches,
such as Horse-Mioeing, Buggy -Repairing, c,
n the best manner aud at snort notice. Me solicits
a share of public patronage.
jan'24-tf . Agent.
C HERRING'S SAFES, large ize, will be gold very
w low to close aronsigBiiif ul. ,
Junel5-LI J. W. WILSON.
A Sew Supply of Ohio Role Butier.
SQ7 POUNDS of Fresh ButU'r jQSt rtOeiAed pe
Poland, and for sale by
rir.IN.1. r MiU.UW It IA)., "
N'n. 'd College street
The liuprec ecutf d Success
Whi.h has of late attended the nse of
! 1a.. re., swifts .
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beueflcial effects. It is the only prep i ra
tion that can be relied on for a pel maueut and spee
dy cure. It ytu are afflicted try it at once. and be
carelul to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money, if no care pro
ceeds from its use. ,
y For sale at Pemoville'o aud DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junel6-tf
; . ' ir ", ui.
Reynold's IV ew Work.
The Conntess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieis of London, te,, tc
Just received by JoHN YORK CO. :
june-lf . ,.. ,. ...
If the GraFe Could Speak
WJtZ should learn tual one half of the children
f f ; born die before they are Ave years old.
no stron medicines to rlnldren , but at once
to tne Graelennerg -
j Children Panacea, J;, '
The most valnablo medicine for young children thai
his ever been invented.
j The .Health. Bitter,. .;;
Fo 2i cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Hromach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt lions, dyspeptic habits, billioua Unorders derange
ment of the stomacb and bowels. Every tamily
would use them at the presentchange of tl.e season.
aprl4-lf MACKENZIE & MINCBLV
Express to Clarksrille
'1'IIE Soutuern Express Company respectfully an
X nounce tbatthev are uow running jikssk.obb8
through to Clarksville, via. E. & K.and M.C. &L
Rail cars, and are prepared to forward tn that place
andinterveningpointB witb promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places ou stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, ee.,
collected and prompt return made.
Mf " onice No. l'j Public Square. ., ;'- i '
fbl7-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Sunday Sekool 1 Celebrations.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!! '
TVTOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a
Processiou of Sunday School Childten asa Flag
iulhe hand of every little boy and gir.. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity , at 27
uhiege Bireei,up stairs over mucihk' Auction Ro m
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 600
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with greit care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri ia free from
dirtand all ininurities.
aprll-lf sad MIZELL, HOOPER a Cu
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, .
Knlargetl and Refurnished.
THK undersigned haviug taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, end refur
nished it thorougliout in the most elegant rtyle, will
open the house to the public on Thursday the 6th
uist. - SAMUEL J. CARTER.
Au Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
sr received a nne assortment of Fancy and
nam ripes,witn Amoer, Jesrait:
and China Stems
vate sale by
wlil-h will be soli cheap at prl-
1T.,J. r. MUfcOLO u DO.,
Central Auction Rooms.
Canary Cages !. . .
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages ol
all styles, colors and pricee, some as handsouM
as everbrougl-.t to this market.
For sale low by
J. W. WllAON.
fTTHE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
J. style of Edwards, Gilkrson h Ok, is this day
disolved by mutual consent.' J. K. Gilkeson retir
ing from the llrm. i - -
July IS, 1860. !..t. .jo. EDWARDP, '"
. ,i . s. K. GUJLFSOX,
; . K. V. EDWARDS, 1
' - J i i . - ' i : rt
jo. juwaris9. . j Wi m. uahrsb.1 - . p. sdwabov '
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(SCCCCSSOBS TO XIlWAXM, tULRRMUt ft CO.)
i WILL CONTINUa; TH$ .kii ,j
Wholesale Qroeery. . ,
FORWARDOG AND C0HMISS10.1 BISESS
At tht old stand, corner tf College and Church sti.
Flags! Flags!, Flags!
w "a i.
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sises for
a A- tonrthor July, political aad other calebrations.
LUCK, 46 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th.asove In any quaa v , wholesale and retaiL Al.
u.im.uiuui an ai s. uraers r i a i stance
promptly attended to. . JOHN LUCK.
JuneZl-tf X .-..iU ,ii;..Bk
New Steinway; Piio.
ifXt Luck's Music Store," ;
N. 45 Union street..
THIS Instrument is warranted new
and not sixty days from the man-
nfactory , aa will be seen on examine-
lion. I will sell at manufacturer's '
price, without additional charge for freight. Thar .
la want or a Piano will find it to their interest
call and examine it before purchasing. -
ma'17-tf . . . . Mosis Dealer, 46 Unioa w, ,
A SUM of money which toe owner can bare by de
scribing the same and paying fbr this advertise
ment. Enquire at this offloe. , j i. . . ,i
augl-tf . . -it : : : . - , r.i r - , s
Canes and Umbrellas.
A FIXE lot received to-day, and a variety of Combs,
Brushes, Porta Monies, Puraes, Traveling- Jfecs,
Pressiiur Cases, h-, all seiUbf at low rates. .
J. M. UsSZL-Z
KASHTIaVlaK COOTSJKBCf AJ,
Insurance C b mpany.
OFFICE At No. 88, Corner of CedarStreet and the
I ... ..Pntklie. Aiiiam. ...i . . V ' . . . .
IV u-tase rtsKsagainst lx8g or dam.
W -f b Fir on RuiEdinc-jc Cnrnii .
LWarecan d Merchand ise generally . Also,
oaaorpments against loss orniuire b
Seat and Rivers, to and from ! I nninta- nr "
ALSO Risks.on Negroes against tht dangersof
ua swver j.-.-.ii pi.i . m.i-'uii"
. . . . , DIRECTORS. i .
ALEXANDER FALL. ' W.'T. BERRY.?
: ll tl
ANTHON Y W.VAJH,eERv:JOH-V HfiWL,rC
JOHN E.1KKMAV. ' HI'H UrTRfl
. v,v.iAIRI.r ,; ;ir., ,lHlIHUlLUAk
V. H. ETAXS." ..
ATJEXAK T1VR TAIiI.' President '
JAfES WALKER, Secretary. ,:5ti. asgli
FIRE INSURANCE COM PAN V,
pt t al ? 15 O,OO0' a 1 1 pa Id 1 u .
OFFICE .Vertb-West Comerorthe Pablic Square
WilluLe rifks gainst loss or dumn h r
an DwellitiirFaud other Houses. Goods in Store. Ac'
Aaso Muriuaiwl River aazardeteandf rom all ports.
i .. - ALt-O . , . . .
EistsouSegroei Against the Danger tot the
mil v mti -. . . ixrir wm-rs J;tJ'!7?'
JAii .S COKKEV .' THOMPSON ANDERSON t
'G.M.FOGG. ' JAMES ELLIS.
ALEX. ALLISON tf - N. E. ALLOWAY ' '
: ' R. H. GaI'J'NER. W. . EAK1N. , .
..... j 1 THOS.L. BRAXSFORD. ' kl "
. .., j ,' - i JOSEPH VAULX, President
A W .BUTLER .Secretary . T, u ct2S
.17, : a' w7' u o o it's " ;
Just Received by Expret-sand for sale by F. HAG AN.
. letters of Alexander yon Hum bolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two Oer man editions by
Frederick Knop,.. w, ., j . ; ; a '. f .,,
' H Fnridas, by the author of Lamplighter.. ? ,
' Rutledge aNovel. " ' ' ' ' '
Aboriginal America , by Jacob Abbott. ' '
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow,' Jr . ,'complete
series. ... . ', -.. "i .
Just received aud for sale by
1 : ' ' , -' " F. HAUAK",
iuue2-tf ' "'i 41 College st.''
OPEN A GAIN:
T'HE Drug Store recently' occupied by WELLS &
HOOPER ia aeaiu onen.and the
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drue Stores Will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
... 1 I- '- J.'M. HUTJDLFN,' Receiver. '
T94 Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
uijtui vy eAperieucei rrescriptionisis.
augt-uii ... , ; - :u ,t-.:!!I,t,s -siil 1
ALL DRESS GOODS
j SELLIXC. ; i
REGARDLESS OF COST
i.i . J t .-: I 1 1 f. ..11: )...,; P...' ' .' I
Those not y 1 i.;.,,, i w ould do well . to examine
them, of we tuv, determined t,o closed .them out, FOR
WHAT Vt$ CAN GETf" - V .. . :i- : 1
I ' R. C '"Hi c.V AIRY &. CO.
July 2a tf, ,:. , 1 NO. i5 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Loxiisiaiia.: i
i . LAW DEPARTMENT. . r
fTlHK Lectures In Uiis Department will commence on
JL tne second MONDAY of November. 1880. and eon
tiuue until the llrst Monday of AprU, 1861. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil TAw of tho
lAxumun AAiWj ana ot equity; AdmuTUty, Commercial.
uanuuai, ana uonsiiiuiionai jaw, and the Juris
prudence of the United SUtes. The-Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors : t
Hon. THEODORE H. ' McCALEB. XL. D . Professor of
Aauiirauv ana inunuiwnAi iav 1
RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crlmin
.11.. . H .1 .4,. T .. . i. : 1 ...
- " , ijan in r. . mmuv.
CHRISTIAN ROSKL1US, LL. D. , Professor of Civil Law.
jir , i roiessor 01 uonstilutional and
tximmon Law, and Equity Jurisprudence. : ' -
No city in tbe United States has the adrantnirM
which New Orleans possesses for the readv and nerfee.t
ujuirtuKia 01 we . jaouern: languages. . Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
4.14JT m tin uuwu. " . ..
. All communications must be addressed to the TVan
vi me acuity-, at ew urieans.
' ; . 1. . KAXDUX HUNT,
augl0-d&wt3dmin , Dean of the Faculty.
COAL.! COAL.! COAL,!
TTN flL further notice, will be sold at the Yard ot
tne naccoon Mountain toal Company (formerly
Lump Coal, . per ton....... .,...... $5 60
' Round Coal, " " 1 6 00
Nut Coal, " .4....4.i. .... ..,I' 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " 3 &)
sir. jobs B. Laxo will m future attend to the busi
ness or the uimpany in this place.
t j rt i SAMUEL J. AGNEW,'
; . i General Superintendent R. M. O. Co.
Nashville. AniniKt IS lltrili
3" Orders can be left in Box No. 84, Post Orace', or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
T .. :i .1 t . ....... 0
' '" '" Agent,
THE Co-Partnerfhip heretofore
McCASLIN 4 STRADER in the .
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
Is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of tbe concern will besetded an onlv bv tne.
I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
uie viu Biaou,aua solicit a snare or the public patron
age i . " J. D. STRADER.
, iiixns Axi) 1ats.j
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
following Real Estate, viz: ,. r ...... -.-i
i4ta os. tz ana 13 on fcarl Street;! and 63 on
Washington street, each is L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lota Nos. ', SS4,S36 and 10 feet of 334 ' In Ewfug's1
Addition to Nashville all unimproved. . . . , .
Lots Nos. 6,0and 7, on High street, in the Plan of
we rt iison spring property. On each of these lots is
s neat Brick Bouse, all new and occupied by good
jiio,o? acres 01 tana on tbe Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
me cay, aojoining tne lands or bam Cayce, W. B.
fcwing and others, and known 'as the Madox place
It will make a fine market garden. Call at once aad
get bargains. H0BS0N ft WiiELKSS.
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley wueiess, wita hi acres of Land, which bag been
neretoiore advertised and more deliteiy.. described
1 expect to pat on the market the ensuing Fan (of
" mwivu t, 1.1 kjvi i v j luuui auu lx) is in a
new auaiuuu to juigenem..; , s.U MUOBSON.
' Nii T!m tn TTai tn tfa Tl.. i'- J
. .it. aauiv v nun tut tun fUttur t
A BOUT these times alt Children win eat green fruit".
LA- At any inomeat of day at Bight, they are liable.
u iniuura oy vaoiera siorDus, Dysentery or In
.rrnoss, . e iisae then to send for tbe doctor".'' The
urseieneerg vyseutery Byrop instantly relieve, al
8B3S eases, ao family ought to be without it In tbe
house. Its promptness haa saved thousands cf vala.
uiwuveam 1 ennessee in the past fe w years. Only
ftA Mnt. m knt.1. 1- . i . V
- win. i 4uuuu ur k wnoiu tamily tor s
wboleseason.) A. fresh tot just received, i ' f.
maylS-lf 4 MACKENZIE MINCHIN
:r TURNIP SEED.Tf
LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer sad Whiter
Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale br
i.irll t. . t .-n .11 . . . . . . .
"r ; ' "" '
J Wanted. 4
1 nnf.iBCSHLS QOOD CLEAN MILLET BEETi,
lyY,p k A. JENKINS. ,.1.
lanSl-tf No. 14 South Market street.
SJJYDER & F1UZELL
Have on hands largs assortment of. )rj
LADIES' French Dress TrnBk:.rt, i:
do. So e Leather dot - ,- , .
X1mT flna Cnla tMft.M S i. v. 9
a s m we KWKv AWBIUCr 1 rHHsV
dO 40. dO. do. Vslise. Ahlfcnrt inrl ntKl
rtyleaj) which they are efferinf at Try re-'
THAT eomfortabie dw.lllng, No. 1S5 South Sum
mer Street, fonnerlv th rMutA e o... ib
Houston. Esq. - V .r TT
also No lfi North Summer Simmi tk.
dettee of Jsa.Correjr, Esq. Apply to
. , ' , J.aURKMANflTesideBt
Angl-tf ( A, ; .;aa-.;i Liu on Bank of Teaa. .'i
; For, Rent or Lease. . , . .
Ijrnx rent or lease aty lace aear toe'Marfreee
boro' Pike two miles tram lbs city for Hie preseat
yeer,er with the privilege of ore years. There is
a convenient Brick Dwnii.nr ih ir;-.K.n mrt
eutlea, and pleoa'd w.U pf xeeueat water.
There are twelve acres of superior lasd suliabl for
imwa aa SJaa9i BsarseAwtr, , . .
1 i ii i i e j . . - ' n t-w-;
V t .' passasAn Mil ' V-i !
: '..V.'.'kV.U..- k.
is I L ... . I l ' J
FASSETT & CEOSSlilAN,
NO. 1 MARKET STREET, N ASHTTLLE TENNESSEE,
nannfacturers snd lThoIesale and Retail '
i " WSAIfRS fai AIX OT ; ' ' J "'
liim' lie) fiiyiis' tbatelixV trixssJ
Valises, Carpet Bag,
BESTRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to ex.
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are conndeat that we can sell as low as aBV other house
.in the city. , Our stock is ail of our own manufacture
ana is made of the best materials aud by nrst-class
workmen.-' All must admit the wisdom of buying work
made as home, ia Preference to bnvimrthat" made at
the East expressly for jobbing. ? -- .... I
tve especially invite the attention .pTJha, Ladiee to
"IPAmT TBEH for;iadies.! : ;
It has com nart men t a for TVnwti nmsM PatawiIs.
Brushes, and a water -proof compartment for Sponges,
All kinds o-tynalrn. made to orders covered br 're
paired, at short notice. Give as a call, at 61 Market
street, twe doors South 01 the Square. "
juuei-oxy . , l,- FASS4.TT CROSSMAN., '
i j , EUROPEAN MEDICAL INSTITCTE . ; , i -j
t ; .... ... .. '. or . ...... . . .- . .. . ... ,
DRS. SAMSON AXD . LACOSTE.
512 Broadway, ':'' !
Opposite the St. Nicholas, NEW YQRKj
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases ia
..; both sexes,, requiring experience, tact.
t DR. SAMSON, diseases of the Lungs and Throat..
.. . ..; vs. DR. LACOSTE, : . ,. ;
' OF TUB H08FTTAL DCT MTBt IS PARIS, ' . .'I
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Ricord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
Nature in both sexes, Weaknesses and Nervous .
Debuity and such affections of Ladies fur
which the new French oiethod ol " ,
;:" ' treatment is considered the ' ' -
' tli v!-'.:l . i ; best. :..-: .' : ... .' l-t..'
Dr. Samson's Peruvian Coca, recommended ' bv V.
Humboldt and Caut. Herndon. U. S. N., uamsi Con
sumption, for sale at $3 per bottle. The beet remedy
against all atfectiona ot the Lungs. ; . .
IT. Lacoate's 1- lor del I cayab. aeainit Sexual Weak-
ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Ricord 's Pills for
the cure of Sexual Diseases of a poisonous character, i2
per box. His Ladles' Parisian Silver Pi!l3, warranted
to have the desired effect, $2 per box. His Gonorrhoea
Drops core that disagreeable affliction in two days, $2
per bottle. Safes fia protection, (3 per dozen. Ail
remedies, which are still s secret in the hands of only
a few French physicians, can onlv be had of him. '
. Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of
cnarge, to au parts. : . . -, , . ;
Address Box 3,66 Post Office, New York, in Eog
liah. French, German or Spanish.
' july24-dwly ' - " 1 ' -' - : - ' '
,,i j On a the. European Plan, '
""' -- ' CITY OF NEW V0RK.JJ
Single Roonis 50 cents per. Day.
: city Hall Square, corner of Frankfort Bt.,
.i;s . (Opposite City Hall.) .; . .,,iU:t ... j
. Meals, a they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a BarberTs Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. -Bswaiui or RrsvERs nH Hackxsx who say
we are full. u. FKUNCH, .
..Julj'lS-ly . ' --' '' ' Proprietor. 1
','...: ""i" . t : - j . i
v. Honse-Keepers. Attention. .
THE atention of the readers of the Patriot, the
ladies more especially, is riquested by ilessrt
MACKENZIE k MINCHIN, to the excellent Rernger
ators and cheap Frail Jars with which they are now
supplying our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted tor potting up alt kinds of Fruits
and Berries.. 1 hey are durable, fcimpie and cheap,
and the demand for them is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen hi ye been sold. -
, jj. isUXE, :. : : ,
Has on hand and for sale , kw
for cash 2 00.000 feet
W bite Pine Lumber of the best quality west of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from "Depot; Louis
ville, Ky. a .- -..,.: i. :augl6-dlawlm -
if i 1000 Dozen Fruit Jars.
256 dozen 1 uart Cnm Jars, Screw Tap.
200 2 . I.4 . i 4 ; ,4.
200 1. " Tempest Stone Jars, j
!126 ' 2 " "
25 -"i" Flint Glass Jars.
200 . h i a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cutis-.
For sabs by
J. W. WILSON.
ri ' JOI1K.S 4,CBOSLKY'si :
ImproTtd Gotta Prrcba Crmtnt Roofii!.
IS ths GBBArcsT arm aosmrsABLE RoonxG iTi rsE. ' It
is FikB ana watkb moor. It ran be applied to ssw
and ou itoors or au sum and to old suiugie roots
Without removing Ihe tkingle.
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT 0NZ-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND IS TWICE AS DUtLtBLE. , .
Gotta Pxkcha Curst for preserving aud retairing
Tut and Matax. Roors of every descriptiou.
From its great elasticity, is not iujurej by the con
traction and exi-aiision of metals, and will not crack
in cold nor run. in mm weptker. 'i hem materials
have been thoroughly testea in New York and all
parts of tbe Southern and Western States, and we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
favor. , .....- .
They, are readily ap4ied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense.. i.i . . ...
"NO HEAT IS REiiCIRED.'V , .
These materials are put up ready for u , and fur
shipping to all parts of the country, with lull printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ap
plication by mail or in person, at onr principal o Di
ces 61 BKOAUWAY, fopposite Nw hoias Hotel )
N.Y.. 349 FULTON ST.', fopposite City Hall) BROOli.
LYN. ... f JOHNS & CROSLEY.
Juue2-6in . a
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
i I (A6EST3 FO& THE... .
Sale and Purchase of lTegroes,
' , At No. 16 Cedar street,
1. Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,;
ec29-tf . ' NsshTllle, Teun.
TAVI.N'U every facility in the way ef workmen
fl and material to do drsl rate work with despatch,
I will Contract for Tinning roots, either in the city
or country, at low rates, aad in every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, Ac.
Also, Galvanized Iron Cornices, 4c.,doneiu the bett
manner; m- -- " ' 'J. w. WILSON, '
febft-l miu ..; ". Opposite Sewanee House.
No. S-Z Alain St- Cincinnati, Om
n T ANUFACTDRERS of superior cualily.: Candies
. W . U1U., UUU1 IVV)I..11WCBB.. MUf M . 1' J . ,
French Contectionary , Fancy Caudy aodcty rup. AUo.
eaters in r ruit, nuts, sardines ana t ire works.
. .i Tempest's Fruit Jars. . .
B have on band several hundred dozen Quarts
f v aad Half Ualioa of taese lamoes Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest aad best article yet invented
fcr the pre&er vatiou of Fruit and Vegetables. . ' ,
Tempest's Jars preserve STRAWBiaaiKs) ,
Temjpest'f Jars preserve Btsrsasjussl (;.;.
Tempest's Jars preserve Blacxbskjuis j -, , .
Tempest Jsrs jwreserve p PiastA. x:-
Tempest's Jars preserve Pcacuiis (. ii -..n .-,
Tempest's Jars preserve J'tcasl yiti ' - i
Tempest ' Jam preserve Qcucxa t L ru. .'5- .!
Tempest's. Jars preserve Chzsjcbs I m
Tempest's Jars preserve ToJaAtosst i
We hare a full supply of Arthur's Glaas, Stoaeaad
Tin Jars of all siaes.-, ..-;. U )i 'i.i.ui . i j v I 4
AL8O. Ludlow's Giassand Tin Jars, a U Fixes
which we are Offering at cost prke.as we teal assured
j Applecalcrey :()U15f6.
10 dozen best Turn Table .pple pealers, , -Attga-tf
'. -' ' For sale try ' J. W.J WTION.""
Lit you waiit a hot jibe
BUIt.N TIIE; V
Orders Can bf left in Box 91. P. 0.
. ... . . e ft 'f'"fk.-.,i - & T-i.J-
lara, men 41. . y.. ikavjvi.
t ' -' e-w-w r W ' a 4at m
-r A .21aiii2ce Cfaauces.
WILL sell tny Farm In Franklin county, 'Tenn., on
Bock Creefc.slsx auiea-eMHUa-wostof .'t'ullaaema
conauiung ef 6ut) or taore A&rna of land, . It caa b
divided iute two places. It has os it good improve
ments tse best of sprics waters a good tfrirfl and
8aw Mlil,aBd is with ia four uiden of three eiebrated
watering places. i m i hi .u..,;.,
For farther (nforaastlenapply to Bi, Wxiion
(&eplace,ortKatOpeiotMs,La. " ' ; .
ly.j"KU rrj-L-. ta. r, ritaiA,
! ; shedlet; egas & ;c o., v ;
M E R CB, A "NiT S 1 1 1
Lower Wharf Boai,7:"ii
PA llUCAn, i KKNTUCK V .T
3T A Share ef PuM.c PMrcatre cespectTully so '
M. C. BRUCE
Aut-tiou ! CoDtmisslou Slcrekant.
" Corner Cedar aud CherrT
atsji v li. i. k,: r k . kssee;
REECTFULLY a..l,f itcoaaignnitiittorMerchan.
di.eofallclas.g. Satisfactioa i rn u.in
eeaand purchasers as noarlvaa possible. Consign
eesof goods totUis market will find uiv auvtion rooms
welibited op, and the eoods wilt i.i .n..,. , . ,
lay and the mouey pai.t over forthwith-. ;
vi n accobht.
;S m?4ie on
consignments. tnarS "
V. A. JOHNSON i CO.
COTTQN FAC TO E S,
CARONDFXEl STREET. .J . .. .$7
4:.: - NBW ORLLUS. '
klKKPililCA. . . 8. Fl KtTQiJ. . K. KTSXr AXSICK.
KIBKPATHlCIv i COJ,
It.VCCO 't? ACT OUS,
ClTulUS&IOV k F0RW1RD.SC;-3IERCHA5T?.
. So. 27 NATCHEZ s'FIIfiET,
Between Magazine and Camp )
.XEW OULEANS, k.
J. i C. UKAK1RT,
'- '52 aocond Stri&et, Cincinnati, Oii.
; ; KEEP A FULL SUPPLY Of .
Slaaufacturers' Articles, ' '
Carding Machines, .
' Warp on Beam, assarted colors
' Machine Carls, -.: , ; ' . -
Wire Heddlea and Frame , ' '
Shuttles,- - ' -
Steel Heeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hoo., ' -
. Comb Plate, &c, &c. ' '
-v, i ' ATO.A FCU. Ai-5.,r.TilFl .li
: Madder, ,
.-.! ' Cant.
&e He. .
JOHN M. SECRIST,
' ' : WHOU3AI.F LEAIJCR '
Ui d lib pruinptness, at
; A 1121-6 u
.K'iitLern order3 u.u be
the lowest uiaiket pi n e.
Allison, Anderson & Co
" ; lMTOBTEKi. AM wnoiX.teLt PtAJXIifi 1
and ,-,: . .'
R eadv-51atie ( lot hi u?.
' -." j NO. 41 ri LLlC SQUARE,
t AaaliTillf, : : : : : Tfnnfixef.
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WE are now rcceiruig and will m a few- days Lave
rea.lv f.r evhibitiou and sale one of the ekm!
desirable slocks ever broupht to this market. .
We therefore re-i-ectluilv invite an exxminatum of
onr stock by the trade visit intr the market, before
making their purchajes, a? we feel conQdeut we can
promote their interest by riving us a call.
aug-J2-ui ALLISON, ANOEP.SON & CO.
flISTOllY -OF A LAW-SI IT
-r j " -- ' e. . " : - . .
In. Ithc Oivcuit Convt' ot
O.X.TIIE KAMS OI' T4IE CODE
- ; ! . -.by : . ; ;..
; Abraham Cai tillters, ' "
i.aw proffsjor at Lebanon,
For sale tu K.ahville by ' '
' ' . . JOHN YOEK k Co., .
junelft-tf. , . No. 3S Union street.
IV A S II iSc MAR li,
' '"-I JVo. 2i College Street.
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Agni(4 for OldJ ana Ileliable
; Companies.1 :; ' "
WHH AX AGGEEGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
0, 0 0 0
auga-tf " -i .(-.
. l. Down - With Jour DnsiV , ;
' IF yon with to seep Cue Carpets w about injuring
A them or r-m:: a
, julyia-lf - ' -
U?e THE PAltNT CAK-
MACEFNZ1R ft VIMCIIIN.
Fresli Corn lilcal."
A NFW supply
for sale by
. July .23, 1860-ff.
jList received per Ralroad,- and
. LENI. ,F. slilEUKi & Co.jj
- Jnsl Ee tcivctl ly 31 A. Parma i l.
?'lOAil BAG;3 Crashed CiHTiin .V.-t u
ilU 10J ba?s Family Mel; , "
ji.j, i ' ' 3f tiags White Meal Corn' "' "
Ladies iFrewch Uress'and Paek-
iaColIeger Street, , . '
, - DEALER E-.f r. 'i;.- :
Ladies aiid Gents1 Fiue Trunks,
HAS received additional eupplie of Ladies Extra
LargellrMs Tronkj.ot.tiie latest, styles, tvet
alwh Sola Leather bt.iei priug Tntuks; Ladies' lloo
aet oxes, Ei'ui'le and laihie T'p; Valisusj liag3tAC
for sale at Try low prh-es. - '-'
' juaeSrf. JOHN RAMACK.
Fire Tf orks J ' Firevrorks ! !
PlaAGS ANI TORCUES !
JOHN LT'CK., 4a Union street, has now the beat aa
sortrouht in Nabviile of everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and wall, a tow as
a gasd art trie can be ttoaght. any where. ; Vha Torches
aresomethsjig new, add the bert thine ever tntrodnced
for political process kxis. . ; ... aisl4-tf
"TVT rr4rM a few BaWLADrES LARfl E FRENCH
J IRfc TRUNKS, SUe Leather Trnuk. Steel Hjwing
Valise and Uiu.--, - . ; . , j,. ; , , ,
?T. ' . i ALSO , ... i, -
LAWS? BpNiT B0XE3..JJ'rav Tot, very cheap far
cash. : ,. ... JOHN RAMAliE,
: ' ai CvUtaustroet
J RATES OF ADVERTSli0",
(rts taw oc ins to. oakamm a t7Axs.)
e-care 1 day si 00 had'aUnsertiSv. M
L i l .IWsk'3 O-tnebad-ahen,,. i 60
. j ' I months 00 ' A 00
f " 2 " t0 - .i . ..... . i SB
.1. r-iaoo - y l' 8,,
I A a d 1 a a ae "
r 29 WW ' - . - IA
aXvjrwAma At nrurtit. , . .
esqaare,OEeyer.SV factad j!tkmiB.,.--!o
' Written notice saust be given te take ontkoastcp
advertiaemen ts of y early a dyert :ers before the r
exfiires, other wise weshallcharget.done.
Aocontract ofvearlradrertisenicaw.' 'ibediseaa
titfued witnentprevionfBotlee teeS-DorwUlasycbarg .
be. made for less than eae year at he yearly rates, i
FrAa Vl3CHER,OWEN Jk C0..6eoe,-al AdrertMas?''
' i House rAppleton Building ,4 Breadway . .-
MGHT ! LIGHT ! IaIGIIT ! !
DIETZ; & CO. 1
"Ktrosenf, Cainphenc, Fluid, and Cil tfd i
i GAS FIXTURES,
i TAaiocsBTtxxaAKsrrsias:; ....
V B E li I E 1 S,
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BCTLMSa
fepft ali'eetiear Fulton, New-Tort. - ;
IVew York Pianos;
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1 T. II. CHAMBERS' '
PIANO FORTES .:
I EUbIUhedln (1828.
j 1 . 11. ClUMttlAttS,
V Formerly Dubois Sto.lart.and Daboit, Bacon k
. Chambers,) ,
SWareroom.io thembla BounaI
Cor. 8rit street and 4th Avenue,
I NEW YORK CITY. :
iiseu a reliable place to purchase. Orders by
letter l-ithiully executed, and perlect sxUsfacUoa
HU Send for a circular, with
styles and scnedule of prices.
Vrince Imperial Champagne.
Sold by all rerpc-ctaLIe Dealers througbou
T, - 1 . , the Country. .-r
HIS Bae brand of Champaene, which nntil th
past year, was confined axdusively to the best te
bles of the Continent of Europe, has now obtain e
tbe most enbounded success and popularity In Vh
country. It Is recommended by some of the firs
Pfaysiriair f thecity of New York, ever all oth
winea, on account of its extreme parity and delic
cy , a ltd those wio once try it rarely nse any eta
brand- Altlioah only one year has elapsed eta
It introdurt'ioa into this country, the demand .".
euonnons, and constantly iucreayn g. . Our arrang
meats are such as to ensure the uality of the Wia :.
bciiig msintained at its present high standard. Th .
Prince Imperial i3 imported solely by us, wo .boia ;
the sole Agents of Messrs. Ds Ycsoos tt Co., la '
country. E. X. HaCuHWOUT 4 CO . ; -
Nos. 4SS, 490 and 492 Broadway, New Yer t-
i lold ir Nashville by M. ft E. F. CHEATHAM. '.
! Corner of Charcb and College st j
mar9-Smd , ,
De Forest, Armslrong 'at- Co.,V v:. .V'.
Dry Goods Merchant-
w. .t wm a vaAf . -1 . .
IT T r U 1 I. w. lfv ik. TH. .k.t ... :
t " J ureuiH ,
I t.xklv.iu new and beautilnl lAitcraa. . , --. l.'J'
THE WA3ISUTTA PRIXTSl
! ' ; ALSO . , . , . .".'.
j TI1E AMOSKE AG, , , V lit
A Ve4i- Pi iut, which excels every Print ia tbe duo. ., .
try t.ir erfociion of execalion and design ia foil .
Madder Colors. Our Prints are cheaper I'lisuyls' '.
theui&rket and meeting with extensive - ale. ,. " ,
orders promptly attended to i :. '
aprl-deowly - ?..
ST; NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New Vorlt.
U7 HEN completed six years ago the St. Nicholas'
was universally pronouuoed lite most ssagalo
ceut, courenient and thoroughly oigatiiced -estab. .
lisbmentof tbe kind on this continent. What U was'
tueu it rem aim to-day without a rival ia sise. ia
sumptuousuras,and in tbe general elements oi com
fort and enjoy nieut. The Hotel has accoauBodation I
tor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites ot
apartments for families. Six hundred persons caa
be cotnlortably seated at the tabtes of its three putt.,
lie dining rooms, aad nothing that motiara art has
devised lor tbe convenience and social gratiflcatiuw
of the traveling public has been omitted in its plaa.
or is neglected in Us practical details.' The early rep
utation of the house at home and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, Its superb appointments, and he
bome-iikervmlorts aad luxuries, baa been enhanced
every year by tbe unwearied exertions ol the proof i
two. TRKADWFXL, WHITCOMH A- 0
may21-3m . . ; i - -
. -CSOFFEE'S PATEAT
For Plaia Moekicg and ' Fancy taittiBs:,;
" " ' ! !. ALSO ... . - i :-V.t-il
Safliipri far Iniltin? , era, Sirt,.tcl '
' OF ALL SIZES. " .' ' ' "'
Eih Kachincs of l ft 1, 2 ft 1, 2 4 S aad a 2 Eit"
i OS SA.VB AVB SABS TO OkDKm. .
ritHESE Machines nse the plain English Spring." .-...
A Needle, on a new principle, and axe tbe cheap. '
est and most rxpid machine for kutttifigia nee. ''" ;
The (ioflee i'autit Family XciUicg Maofaines for
Tamily and J-Lin:atien use, in a new aad success ul U
Feature iu tbe uselul inventioi.s of the ago.aadraiaks) - ''
aito the Sewing Machine. . ,
AGtscT A.TD SAisa sooa,
X0. S77 BBOADWAT, NEW ItHLK, -i
4nnll-Sro - HENRY C. LEE. Aseait. i;
Fresh Fruits all die Year I
j THE YE03IANS' :
1JP. miJTT CONYESIENCK, ECONOMT AND i
' BA1ETY, is unequalled for preserving Fraits la ,
a iraaiiHir, m any cumaie,aa mae unite time. Mav
in used tbetm Moules, we find them exceedingly
convenient asdjuet tbe thing wacted. . .
JuHN J. ThoMAS, ia Register ot Boral ABklrs. '
Fer dtscriptive and price cirooLars, adbresa Prev
prrtor, at Walworth, Wayne tonuty , New York.
ma23-6ui3tw - . v. T. O. YCOMANS.'
i , . .r.'a minute
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A Improved for 1S59. - '
.. Wns StAarra leas CowsaSAjra Sorroas Tuirss.
f pHE only Freexer kaowa which Is constructed oa
X true toeuutlo prlaciples. . . . ..... .. iT
The Cheapest, Bestead most Eooaomlcal; requiring
leas ice aa.1 leas labor than any other, being at the " 1
wan time to most durable ia avractare, and xnost
ecrtaiu m tu operations. - . . , . -i ...
' Sulv Aent for the Uaited States.
'- . ..e. K. kETCHAM ft CO.,
' ' Manulacuirers of Jauaaard aad . j
PianiEhea T.nJ Ware. '
teeia-jtm 289 Pearl street. Vvw Torlt.
KNIOilXaoaiER MAGAZrN, toe August, 13S0
UOOE hs LADIES' BOOK, fbr August. . ' J ,
' WAVEU.Y MAGAZINE, tor July 28th, ' : ' '
For sale by ; ' r. HAGaN,
vrulrl-tf - ' '.' ' V; - Coflegs street '
,) ;;;GofIee! Coflee ! ! . '
E are ia receipt of eh.'nmeat ot tbe finest .
Coflee ever received ia Nasavule. a hich w are
ofleritig to the trade at a low figure. .
Angs-f.-.; ..... MiiELL,H0OPEaftCa'
- JO0EY8 LADIES' BOOK, for September.. '
-v., CODEY'S LAilliii' BOOK, Bjr tHsptesber -.
1'irrtIRSON s MAGAZINE, far SeLftecuber.
I'krKK.-WN'S MAUAZiXE, for September .J
' Jat received, and for aaje bv
.' ... ; .. . . . JOi'fX TDRK ft COL, ' ,
t aogla-tx ,-. . : No. SS Cnioa siraa
!EDOrJY IDOLG. -
BY A LADY OF NEW CwLAND. Ciata.,
Price Si 24.
Fr sale F
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