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S. CAMP & CO.. NO. 16 DEADERIGK STREET.! ' : 5 5 : r -:S, u " -"j
Daily, por annum ....8 00
Tri-weefcly,peraunum,.-. 6 00
Wuekly , per annum,.... 3 00
' One Weekly forlwarari, ortwo Weeklies
fur one year, iu advance,.... ......... 6 00
When the liaily.Tri-Weekly, or Weekly is to be
discontiune-l' paid in advance at the time subscribed
or), lae subscriber n. st order. oto rwur it will be
aouiiuued.atouradoption, until paid for sod stopped,
f not paii .il mast be paid at tbe tirae of d'.sconuuu-
net, or at ouroption. If the party is 0004,11 will be
sent cotil paid.
' Bemioaaces by mail, in "registered" letters, at
Steam Press Printing Concern!
1. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors,
No. 16 Ceadericlc Street,
U Puliiiked Ikulg, Tri Watty and WtAlg.
.. ?H pr aaautu.
....... per annum.
$3 per annntn.
The Patriot is an earnest, active an J indefatigable
supporter of tbe Constitutional Union cause, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will use every hon
orable effort to promote tbe election of Bell and Eer
B7T. To suable C3 to labor with increased efUcH-ocy
we ask our party friends to aid us in extending its cir
culation. By the purchase ol the printing establishment of the
Anri, and recent additions of new materials from the
foundries, the Job Office of the Patuiot has been made
Uw largest and most complete in the South-West. It L-)
also supplied with the nvt cotuiK-tent workman.
Steam Las been applied to our presses, which are of
the best in la. We are prepared to print, in the high
t style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronze.
And, indue-J, every thing L-cm tin: smallest Tip to the
maaiui'(U Pott -r, or da least Pant;b!et to the largest
Tli iarg-J circulation of the r-iTRior, greatly augmeu
tod by the alJ.tiuii thereto of tiio subscription lUts of
Aw, renders it nu excellent advertieuig medium.
None bettor in the city.
jj-Wo solicit orders, st our oiH-;e, N. 11 Iu:idkr-
A. S. CAMP Jt CO.
I HAVE THIS DAY AArflATKD MATTHEW' APPY
with me in btiiu-, tho name of the firm to bo
KolK-rt Moore Co. KOUERT Mi KE,
July 1, l'joii 4X Walnut street.
1SOBCIIT MOOIIE &. CO.,
Produce Ccciiaissio.i Slercbar.ts,
Vo. 49 Walnut htroct,
Purchas and s ll,oielnsivly on commission. Flour,
Bacon, Cheese, Butter, Seeds, OiL-, lrieil Fruit, Can
jjles. io;i, Cordage, Brooms, Bucket, Tul.s, and arti
cles of I.t.iueatic ilauuiaeture and I'KttLiL'C'E generally.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD SETAIL DEUGGISTS,
. T.'. Corner of Broa-i and Market gtrtvts,
U.r Z are prepared to execu'e orders f-r l)r H
tud .TIeUiciue aud all articles pcriaio
in te tii-: i'ruj uuoiut-ss, witj ui.-s;uklj ndat tne
lowt market price.
Thi aw alt -ut.uii will be givwu as UereUifore to
have every article oi as good quality hi reprej-eated
and pi no lu.-uoce. wili auv liii.-K be Pit up ili.il is ft
ailouotruior sotuiaitcile-i titaructt-r.
It is our inteLtii n V tun Ma.ti M:e r-putntion w
have eeLibUsiieti iu eel ,iv i.oue but I'me t'rus and
Med:ciiei ,a d we, theiciore invite ou to examine
our slocf before buying c! -eahcre, bcliovu K weojii
show ou in .ccemets scid--ni t.ilc-red In ini cr ai. j
other Southern city, iu ud liliou f l'rugs o have
constantly vu hai.d a lart-e M-k vt Periuuiery,
KkiM and Toiwl Artu-UrS. Lite La-i. Libar.-ed Oil,
Tni-iwulu-.e Vi',-! ,n ir aua Wines lr metli
iS now iiea lor tlie re-c;.i:ou of vi tors. I D and
alter lusJay the ol day o July Jr. JattE
PaKidcH wid run an accomra uali- n umnibss leaving
Ui 2aaee House ever; luts ;ay , ih jrs lay . and
&larday at u'ciotk, A. k .ariivu, at the Spring
to dinner (are two uoliars Bice aiid resistor at
Sewanea H-zuse. Tbe me:ical quaiittes ot tjese
Spnngsare well known. For uyepepsia, diseases of
the liver, and lor complaints incident to lemales,
tbe are nnsurpa&aeu. There are five sulpliur
spriugs of different qualities, besides free stone and
ne wl disc vered coaly be ae.
XernS-"i'er Hay........ .....SI SO
" Week 8 t-O
" Month 30 CO
Korf e per week.. . .. ........ 3 60
SCh;dre baud servants half price.
Wll. T YEATMAV,
Xclcerapb Cbalybeate prints.
This water is brought 'car hundred loet iu ten seconds
rfakes pleasure in informing vhe public that be 18
J. now reatiy to ut ou all who may favor him
lius cpii. g .8 situated on the east side ol Comber
Uanu ri er, at the end of -he ire bridge. FamtlK-s,
nrom H to $6: one PeriK n,!, by thedriuk, 6 cents,
ifaymeut iu advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate oi Lime, Sulpnato ot
Maynesis, Sulphate of Lame, aluria'e of Majueia,
Munat-j of Sr-aa.
Hw spcciCc gravity of the fresh water was
1.1'lZ. wloUl.e-i waiter b'-lEK takea as a standard
I audrstau- that the w-er has alreauy beeu ben
eDciai to several uivaJius. It will be beneficial to a
.greater .leree when taken fresh irum the Spring
I choulo prvtiouui o it stimuantandton.'C.aud adapt
i,:nuau.ueEiy, to cases of debility, acvompauiod
With abauuuiie coud.la a ol mo 8 ttro,aud wutrw
iuuicated ui plethoric aud mllauiaiory siaU'S.
tttCliAKli O. CUilKEi .
Thure is do doubt that the iinni kept by Air. W.
Era at the eastern end of the iutpen:iou - Bridge t
good Cbaljbeale water, and that it is auaplcd to
many dismties of debility. B. W. Hail, M. U., K
ThompWi-n, U. U.,Hei.rv Uruw, II. i..T. K. Jon
aicg.:, at. X., Boyd ilcAair, U. 1.,U- C. K llartiu.
Valuable Town Lots
,T AM odoring for saU on reasonable tcrtcg, the
X letlowuig prt perij: ed hanusome ttuilutug i.oia
lu tue Ttb ud bib Wards I Nachvulu.
Nue lioases ano Lots of various unnensious, from
larg- to atuatt cunUurtabiO reel .eucesat low prices,
tn the city.
, Out double three story BiLsnets House on Broad
street. occuphd at preset b. Haiucast.e fcCo.
- out Tract ot about JUa acrus, tureo miles out on
tlie Nachville and Cuaiia-ooga lUilieaU, frame bouse
aud Well partoi UieLucuj orCrulcuir tract, good
Vioe Trai-'t ot aout CI sen .,on the Murfretsboro'
- Turupikd r-aa,ai ;is Juoctiou with mo ri.iut' Kivei
Turip:e oiitf-Uad u.;ic out wiliaceut loW.B. lw.s
and Aher uy t:r.c j iroperiy.
Uiie i. a.l ol ab- ut aci -B, eigui miles out, neat
- thi aorireesLoro' lur.pwf' liuou uuproveu.eaL
uwni wair aua uuiber.
Our trait ot abul M) acres oa the Frauklin Col
fegeauu fitoae amer turu, dve,7 Dii-woiil a i aero
' cle,re. , baiai.ee (jood l.mour a..a well walcie.1.
Ot. Iract of alKKit ttti acres, aojattol to a-nia f .
tbe tal, trusts on sau. lut upiko o.er ievO pole
nearly an ood umber aua o.i g-od.
one liactol about IS a .e,iei miles out, near
tfm.th's bpi lii.E,oi.e Ulila -aid a ha.t North ot the
Juir-reesborw'iurn pike, mostly wedtimbtred.ab ul
40 acres c.ear--d l-.d several other tola aud tracts
Uuu iu .Vaahvitle aud vicinity.
For lurlaer particular cad ou Nars KTuutviui,
Jn. SO 4 berry strert.
Voaus Nekroe.- at 4air prices w:ll bo takeu in n
' chat.t,e tor lao above.
Juu. ia 1m iaa JAZ13 M. 11C1UXL.
VaU iiict' L.oiiia 1 tioxes.
JCT received a tare asomeut of Ladies' Son
bet B Xes, tingle aud nble v pi .! trai s.
Also. iawia' bat-beia and Travel. gJi.gs. wb.ca
I ofier very cheap for mlsu.
jiweil if . . 2 Coiige street.
Nashrille and Chattanooga R.U.
Change of Schedule.
' ' " " . OX AXD AFTEB . !
Sunday next, April 29, ISGO,
JTCsenger Trains will ran as rollows:
Leave Nashville at 4 a. and Zr.it.
Arrive at Chattanooga 1Z0 r.n. and 1:44 a. J.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 a. M. and 1J3Q r. M.
Arrive at Nash rule atSr.a. and Si.il
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington
City, Kicbmond, retersburg, Lynchburg, Kooxville,
havannan, cnarleston, Montgomery, Mempbis, ew Or
Both Trains connect at Stevenson with Trains on
Memphis and Charleston Kaiiroad, and at Chattanooga
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and West
ern and Atlantic Kailmads.
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Ticket Agent, at office at liepot, to the following
Places aud at the following prices, viz :
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, S. C.
" " E. T. k Va. route,
i " Savannah '
- 21 69
Philadelphia, ' ' "
Holly Springs, Miss.,
E. W. COLE, Superintendent.
THE Nashville atid Chattanooga Railroad Company,
in connection with the Roads below, are running
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the same
certainly as their passenger Trains. Xo delay to freights
Br tntr route. " - -"'ji
Charleston and Saraunah
V ta 1 Ca 11 lal J. VaS
Kaics Etdnced and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all tbe roads. On and
after the 24ih of Iieceinbcr, lSaO, through rates
from New ork to Nashville:
First Ti3, per loo pounds
Pecraid Class, '
Third tl.iss, " "
Fourth Class, ' "
I!:.t4 C.i:l and Bonnets
. 1 5
. 1 16
. 2 25
Time from .Savannah nnl Charleston to Nashville three,
threo and a half aud four davs.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
half, ciht and nine days.
Intervening ?:tbba;hs causo the above variations in
time, as no freight trains are ruu on Sunday over three
No detentions hy ice or suow. Overcharges ana
damages (except danuges occurring at sea) protnptly
adjusted by the Nashville aud Chattanooga Kaiiroad ou
deliverv. " C W. AM'tllSON.
Freight lo New York and Philadelphia
Cotton anil Vlour,
CHARLESTON AND SAVANNAH.
Cotton per bale of not more than WW lbs. weight 54 25
I'kwr iter barrol 1
Ho iuourance necessary except from Cliarleston and Sa
vannah to New l ork and l'niiadeipnia.
Cotton compressed at the option and exuw of stea
mers whL-n compressed, it can be freighted from New
York to foreign iiorts at to 2-10 les than cotton not
Through receipts b5iifd ly the Freight Asent of the
XbShvillo and Cluituuiocga llailroad.
C. V. ANDERSON.
dec25-tf Oeueral Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
COMMENC1KG ON JUNE 11th
f.iUle .Ilia mi and Columbus and
(IX'TI, HAMILTOS & DAYTOX
1860 HilIS 1860
From CISCIJISATI to
Boston in C2; hours. Nvr York in S0; hours.
Pbilade!ihia m 26 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 lira.
BuHalo in 15 hours.
Cleveland in 8i hours.
Wheeland in hoars.
Baltimore in 2-1 hours.
Albany in 25 hours,
llunkirk in 14 hours.
Pittsburg in 12 V hours.
Steofeensvillein 10 hours.
Zanesville in 6 hours.
Crestiuie in 6 hours
Sandusky iu 10 hours.
Toleda in 8 l; hours.
Detroit in 12.S; hours.
Throngh Trains leave Cincinnati as follows:
7:30 A. ITI. EXPBESH From Little Miama
Depot, and from Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton Depot,
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Buffalo;
via. Columbus, Crestline and Pittsburg; via. lutnbus,
Steubensville and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Bulbar
and Pittsburg; v ia Columbus, Bellair and Ben wood.
7:30 A. ITI. EXPIIES From Cincinnati,
Ilaiudlonand Detroit Depot, also connects via. Lima,
Toledo. Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and
10 Am m. EaPREiS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Ben wood;
via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Butlalo.
6 j, 11, E.rBEiS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and "Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Daytou, Clyde and Sandusky.
modern Sleeping Cars on tbts Train,
via ' oledo.
11 P. M. EXPBESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via. Columbusftcubensville and Pius-burg-
via. Columbus. Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Co
lumbus, Belliar aud Kenwood; via Columbus. Crestline
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and
Uodern.SIeepInff C ars on tills Xraln.
Passengers for Lake Steamsn, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. II . nave 5 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. II., malce direct connections.
The 6 J. J. rprm, Saturdays, makes all con
nectbns a advtrlistd, , excq4 Jor wmt
and pointM in Canada,
The N.ght Fjtpress runs Daily, Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which is 7 Minutes
taster than CINCINNATI TlilK.
Baggage Checked Tlirou;n to
all Eastern Cities.
gjr Passengers should bear in mind that the ''CDf
C1NNAT1" is the OLD aud FAVORITE KOLTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Koads are thoroughly
BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted
insuring stkkd, comi-okt aud SAFETY.
TIIUOL'Gil TICKETS v
Are fold at all the Pr.IXCTTLF. RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICII in the WEST aud SOLTU. Ask for Tickets
P. V. t'iitATER, General Ticket Agent, Cin'ti.
OS THCKSDAY, THE 11TU l-AY OF CCTOBt
mxi at iL.dieou.tuu county scat of St. iraucis
Count., Arkans.8,1 wid se 1 at public auction, tuy
.am, ly Jig seven mues North-West of Madison, and
nvd mues iroin tue hue of the Memphis and Litde
iukk K Ur.a, situ ted in Te ico Creea Bottom, anu
i.t rely ir e ir. iu vera w. Tlie Tract cons sU ot
oNt 1 HOLLAND AND tlr 1 Y SEVEN ACRES of rich
cu t.vabie Laud, w.tu an apperlcuanees necessary to
C It n Him, is ooutinu-liy well watered and
cieare-i iu liberal proportiou.
1EkM lu Uire equal payoienU: The first to be
m.e m .ity acceptance in Moupbia on tbe 1st of
Jan ary, IbCi . theotacr to with mortgage security
umu the laud to be uvade successively in oueaau two
j ears thei ellcr.
luiurmaiioo as to other particulars may be had by
examuiaiioa of the preiaee,or by addressing ma at
Ureen Hilt, Wilson Cuuuty , leuneBeoe.
At the same um aad p.ace, 1 will sell on three
months t.me, my faruung stuck, olenain, corn, fod
der, c. A. T. WOODLOE.
aug-uSwkw UU Scplt
. Exira Family Floor
IC A BARKiLS Extra Family Floor .manuractur
ieJU ed iroui chuice WuiU Wheat, to arrive t-
ay, aud fur sale by
I nirl-f . lTTZaXL, HOOPER at CO.
Great National Uoutc
To Baltimor Pliiladelpliia,
iEW YORK AND .BOSTON.
AND ONLY ROAD TO !
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
ryERMIXATE at Baltimore and Washington City on
i the East, and Columbus on the West, at which
places it connects with P-ailrouds for and from all
The West, Southwest add Norlhwt.
Passengers by this route can visit tbe cities of Balti
more, Philadelphia, New York and Boston at the cost
of a ticket to New York or Boston alone by othor lines.
Through tickets can be procured via. Washington
City to the Eastern Cities at an addit ional cliarge of l wo
Meepiug Cars attached to all trains.
TICKETS GOOD CXTIL VSEP,
With the privilege of stopping off at all principal
Business Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion, can visit all tbe Eastern Cities at a cominraiively
etnall expense. The scenery is celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it is unequalled iu the
world. Its system of Iay and Night Track Police; its
splendid 'equipment; its exclusive Telegraph Line3; its
large amount of double track; its fine Hotels, (under
the surveillance of the Company,) ensures to the pas
senger SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Through tickets and baggage checks can be obtained
at all the principal Railroad and Steamboat offices in
Ask for Tickets via. Baltimore and Ohio
W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation.
L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent.
E. F. FULLER, General Western Agent.
J. W. BROWN, Gen'l Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R
aprillS Edgrfield & Kentucky Kaiiroad.
ZjS3 S&i3f rvk53i
lYasltvilie to Clai ksville, Hop
kin&ville, itussellville, &c.
ON AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7tl, 1S60,
Two Trains to and from Clarksville daily.
Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. x. and 2:45 p. x.
Arrive at Clarksville 10:25 a. x. and 7:15 P. x.
Leave Clarksville at 6 a. x. and 2:45 p. x.
Arrive at Nashville 10 a. x. and 1 r. x.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of stages to Russellville, and at
Tait's Station, near State line, with Slaughter i Co.'s
daily line of four horse coaches to Hopkinsville, Ky.,
via. Trenton, Pemnrake, ic.
From Hovkinsvillo stages leave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah, Siuithlund, Ialdyvillond Henderson.
Fare from Nashville to Henderson 54 50.
apr7-tf Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
r being of the utmost importance for tlio provr
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of gravel and other trains, that freight trains bo run at
regular mil lor ui 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 dale, freight will be received by the
Nashvillo and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Kates on Flour Reduced.
'I -HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
A at Nashville, Wartrace, Sheibyviile and Stations
on N. & C. H. R. between Nashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car toad to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Dollar per barrel through.
E. W. COLE,
Sup't or Transportation N. & C. K. R.
Ltoulsville a nil asliville
It A 1 la HO AD.
CHANGE OF TlMia.
rriWO through Express Passenger Trains between
X Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville tor New York, Boston, Ph'ladel
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, Butlalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
Ou and after Scxdat, Jclt ths 8th , 1860, trains
will run as follows:
First Mail traiu leavesNashvilleat 5KX) A Jl. daily,
stopping at GaUatiu, Bowling Green, Glasgow Juuc
tion,Ehzabetbtown,and allregularstatio.is when sig
nalled by a flag, aud arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2:16
Secondtrain .Express, leaves NaBavilleat5:50 P.M.
daily , Sundays excepted, stopping as first train, and
arriving iu Louisville ai 3:00 A. M. Returning leaves
Louisville at 60 P. M., stopping as above, and ar
riving iu Nashville at 3:00 A. H.
Galluliu Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (SundayB excepted) at 4uJ0P.il., and arriv
ing in GaUatiu al6:10 P. M. Returning leaves GaUa
tiu at 7.00 A. M., aud arrives in Nashville at 9:10
Through tickets on sale at tbe Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many dif
JN0. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Field, General Ticket Agent.
Save he Pieces!
At accident tnQ hapen, eren in well regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &e.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and up to the
sticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell aud
other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re
finement 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
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
'USEFUL IN EVERY IIOUSE."
X. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Wholesale Pepnt. Xo. 4 Cedar street, Now York.
Address, iLEHEY C.SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No, 3,o00, New York
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLLfe. will save ten times Its cost annually to every
Sold by an prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Country merchants should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. janlO-ly
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
; iNasliville, Tenn.,
T 'HE undersigned would inform his friends
and the public generally that he will con
tinue the MARBLE BUSINESS in this city , at
bis shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, on Church street, and calls attention to
the stock of .
.flarble monument. Tombs, etc. , -
Which he baa on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest Botice
Marble .Mantles ; and every description of Marble
WOTK. ot tue uueot American and Ital.in Marbio. Hat
wora will, as heretofore, be waranted, and his prices
to suit the tunes. M. L. SHELToN. -
SClJUlaVTZB & laUliOlaFF,
MAN'CFAC. L'KERi or lnox Faaxs, - 1
UK ANU, aVlUARE ud fA. Ort tf' jjgg
,iND PIANO OAltS, made with J 11 ffft
all tue impruveiueiits conductive toll U
auperioti:y of Wie, toucn aid dirabiiity, COL
MtdJALS awarued at tue Fairs in New Yeik, ID
'64 ana '55, and iu Su Louis, 1 lealer,Scho
and Families will save money by calltug before p
cuasing. Ait instruoieuis guaiauteed lur turee y
Mrerooiua452 BRoOxE Sf , (a lew doors Wee
Broadway,) New York. - fobal-4
Tempest's Stone Jars
mast upared aM othsra. "
NASHVILLE TENN. WEDNESDAY SEPTE3IEER
. ; JTST RECEIYTD BY ' ".; j -
-JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kelly and the O'Kellys by Dr. Tbooe.
Margaret Mancriefle by Charles Burdett. j
The Marble Fawn by Hamthorne, i -
Ihe Duchess of Orleans .
Poe and bis Critics.
Humboldts Correspondence. .
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe.
How to enjoy Life. '
Fawn of four Acres.
I ivh.g Representation Mttu.
Art Recreations. . T
Habits of Good tfoceity for Ladies and Geutieuien.
Ule's Morniug 1 jle's Evening.
Notes ou Ncrsiug by Miss Nightingale ' .
El Fur. il is by author of Lamp lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy ou Washington 'rritij..-'
Litll Be uty by audior of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Litters to Lord Macau lay.
Tyluey Hull a uovel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by.'author of Prince House of
The Florence irtories Uy Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word or God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, of Redcl.ff.
MademoUelle Mori a tale of Modern Home.
S9 v Years, and other Storie by Julia Kavanah
IX ALL ITS BllAiV UES.
Shop on Church between Cherry andCollegesU.,
INasliTille, Tenn. !
TUE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that he has recently takeu the above stand and
is preiwred. o doBlacks.i ithing in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeing. Buggy-Repairing, kc, Ac,
in the best manner aud at suort notice. Me solicits
a. hare of public patronage.
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large slse, will besold very
i low to close .consignment.
juuel5-tl J. W. WILSON.
A New Supply of Ohio Eole Batter.
IfflT POUNDS of Fresh Butter Just re:cired pel
ItJiS I Poland, aud for sale by
BENJ. F SinEUW it CO.,
No. 27 College street
The Unprecedented Success
WMcli lias of late attended the use of
T NDUCF.3 us to call the attention of all those afflict
J. ed with files to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial eflectR. It is the only prepira
tion that can be relied ou for a permanent and spee
dy cure. If ycu are afflicted try it at once, aud be
careful to use no other modiciue in connection with
it. It is compounded nnder the supervision of I- N.
SWEET who will return tbe money if no euro pro
ceeds from its use.
For sale at Demovllle's and DoG rove's, and
by other Druggists. junelo-tf
Reynold's New Worlt.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W, M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieia of iAndon, &c.,&c.
Just received by JOHN YORK ft CO.
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of tbe children
born die before they are tive years old. Give
no strong medicines lo children, but at once resort
to tbe Graelenberg
The most valuablo medicine lor young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitter,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt tious, dyspeptic habits, billious disorders derange
ment of the stomach and bowels. Every tamily
would use them at tbe present change of the season.
aprU-lf MACKENZIE & MINCHIN
Express to Clarksville.
'IIIE Soumorn Express Company respectfully an
X nounce thatthev are now running xkmhnobks
through to Clarksville, via. E. & K. and M.C. L
Rail cars, aud are prepared to forward to that place
aud intervening points with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places en stage routes, connecting
with tbe above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'e,
collected aud prompt return made.
fctr- Office No. 19 Public Square.
feblT-tf 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
inthe hand of every little boy and giri. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them iu any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over nie.lda' Auction Ro m
Hungarian Grass Seed
JTJST received, and for sale at a low figure 600
busnels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has ben t-elected with great care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri is free from
dirt aud all imnurities.
aprll-tf mo MIZELL, HOOPER ft CO.
THi: ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Knlarged and Refurnished.
TH: undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlai ged it materially, pnd refur
nished it thorougbout iu the most elegant ftyle, will
open the house to the public on Thursday tbe 6th
iust. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf C O
An Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesinine,
and China Steins, wbl 'h will be soli cheap at pri
vate sale by BENJ. F. SHIELDS. Co.,
juneli-tf Central Auction Rooms. '
Canary Cages !
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomi
as ever brought lo this market. For sale low by
febs-tl J. W. WII.SON.
rTIIIE fajpartnership heretofore existlog under the
X style of Edwards, Uilkeson & Co., is this day
disolved by mutual rousetit. J. K. Gilkewm retir
ing from tbe firm.
July 15, ls). JO. EDWARDS,
J. K. OILKESON.
i. u. MJWARDB. - . -
JO. WlWSKDS. - t. B. HARRIS. B. P. KDWaRDS.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
- . (SrCVKSSORB TO IDWaEDS, OILKBRSOa t CO.)
. WILL CONTISUK THE
W holcsalc ilrocery.
FOR WARDING A XD COMMISSION BUSINESS
. M t he old tfcntt, comer f CbUtge and Ckwrth at.
' July lfitf-. : . . , .
AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sixes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
thaoove in any quan , wholesale and retail. Al.
so, Fireworks of all ki s. Orders r i distance
promptly attended to. JOHN LCCK.
June21-tf ! . . ...
New Steinwav Piano
. .V1 IaucWs Music Store,
No. 45 IT ulon street.
'yvHISInstramentis warranted new . , '
X and notsir.ty days from the man- r
ufactory ,as will be seen on examina- fj-(j Off
tion. 1 will sell at manufacturer's II if '
price, without additional charge for freight. Thor
in want of a Piano will And it to their interest
call and .xauaino it before purchasing. i
JOHN LCCX, '
D'17-tf Music Dealer, 45 Uniua
FOUaVD. ; -
SCit of money which ths owner can bar. ky de
A scribing the same and paying for thie dTtrtiee
meot. Enquire at this office. .
- , Cane 8 and Umbrellas.
7TN Vot rMlvwl t-day , and a variety of Ooaihs,
xaw awuaaea, rerte waaies, rureas), niTf Jaai
Prtng Cmw, In., m teiliM at tew rat.
CapltWl $100,000! ALL PAID IN.
OXFICB At No. 36, Corner of CedarStreet and the
: Pubhe Square,
'fTTILLtakerisksagainstLossordam- y v
TV age by Fire on Buildings, Goods, -tV
Waresand Merchandise generally. Also, Sssr?
on Shipments against loss or damage by Mrar
Seas and Rivers, to and from all ooints.
ALSe Rusks on Negroes against the dangersof
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,,"
ANfHoNYW.VANLEEB, JOHN H. EWLV
. JOHN" KIKKMAN, HUGH MoCREA,
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWARDS,
R. C. McNAIRY, IKBV MOROAV,
W. H. ETA VS.
ALEXAKDEK FALL President.
JAMES WALK ICR, Secretary " aug!8
FIK INSURANCE C03llAAY
Capital $150,000 all paid In.
OFFICE North-west Comeroflhe Public Square
Will take rinks against loss or damage bv tire
on lwella.!.'sai,u other Houses, Goods in Store, &c.
Aiso J!ar;n ami l.irer nazurdsto anilfrom allports.
Risks on Kegroeeagainsttlie Sanger tof the
N.E. ALLOW AT
W. . EAKtN.
JOHN M. HILI
ii. M. FOGO.
K. !I. GARDNER.
JOSEPH VAULX, President
A W BTJTLER .Secretary ' oct2S
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt,with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
Frederick Knop. ;
El Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter. '
Aboriginar America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by :
Jiine2-tf 41 College St.
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS A
HOOPER is again open, and tbe large stock of
Drugs, Medicines. Paints, Oils, Varni&hes, 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. HCDDLEST0N. Receiver.
Prescriptions put up at any hour of tho day or
night by experienced ProscriptionUU.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet onpplied would do well to examine
them, as we -re aikied to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN' CETf
R. C. AIcNAIRY & CO.
July 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
THE Lectures in this Department will commence on
the second MONDAY of November, 1860, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1881. 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 Slates. The Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor oT
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crlmin-
al Law, and the Law or Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS, LL. D. , Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENNEN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in the Union.
All communications must be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
augl0-d&wt3dmln Dean of the Faculty.
COAL ! COAL ! COAL.!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
.-fctna) at the following prices:
Lump Coal, per ton .1 f 5 60
Round Coal, " 600
Nut Coal, 4 oo
Blacksmith's do. " 3 so
Mr. Joicf B. Laxo will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 16, 1800.
w Orders can be left in Box No. 94, Post Office, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville aud Chattanooga
Railroad Depot. JOHN B. LANG,
THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
MoCASLIN & STRADEK in the
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles or agreement, and the affairs
or tbe concern will be settled up only by me.
I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a share or the public patron
ge. J. D. STRADEK.
L VX11S AKD LO IS.
WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchaser, the
following Real Estate, viz:
Lou Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street: 54 and 55 on
Washington street, each In L. H. Lanier Addition to
Lota Nos. 6, m, 3S6 and 10 feet of S36, in Ewing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 5,6and 7, on High street, In the Plan of
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, 46 acres of Land on tbe Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
the city, adjoining the lands of Sam Cayce, W. B.
Ewing and others, and known as the lladox place.
It will make a one market garden. Call at once and
got bargains. . H0B30X & WUELESS.
I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley Wheless, with 87 acres of Land, which baa been
heretofore advertised and more dehtely described.
I expect to pnt on the market tbe ensuing Fall (of
which due notice will be given) about loo Lots in a
new addition to EdgeOeld. N. HOBsoN.
No Time to Wait for the' Doctor !
ABOUT these times all children will eat green fruit.
At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or Di.
rrbon. No time then to send for tbe doctor. The
Grafenberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves at
a:h cases. No family ought to be without it In the
house. Its promptness has saved thousands or valu
able Uvea in Tennessee in the past few years. Only
60 cents a bottle enough tjr a whole family for a
whole season. A fresh lot just received.
mayU-tf MACikENZlK MINCHIN.
ANDRETH'3 Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
-J Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale by
augl4-tf - RAINS, BROWN b CO.
BUSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
tT - A. JENKINS,
No. 14 Soata Market street.
SNIDER & FEIZELL
Have on band a large assortment of '
LADIES' French Dress Trunks ; - i
: do.- So' Leather ' do;
d. fbinet" - do; (a new article,) 1
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks; .
do. - do. do. do. Valines, (Ashiasd and eth
er styles J which they are ottering at very re
duced rates. Call at No. :U Public Suuare.
juue7-tf ' . , . . . t
- For Sale. : -T
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 16 South Sum
mer Street, formerly the residence of KuaseU
Hoqmou, Leo,. ; . .
Also No IS North Summer Street, the present resi
dence of Jai.Correy, Esq. Apply to . .
' " - J. KlithlMAN, President, "
Augl-tf Union Bank of lens. '
. For Rent or Lease." ;
I WILL rent or lease my place near the Murfreea
boro' Pike two miles from the city for the present
year, or with the privilege of Ave years. There is
a coo Teniae t Brick Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, and a ptoadid well of excellent water.
There are twelve aerea of superior land suitable (or
raisin aU kmtfa of marketing.
Southern Trunk Macufarforj.
FASSETT & CR0SSMA1., .'
NO. 61 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE,
Mannfactnrers and Tholcsale and Eetail
. r' rKALKRS 1!T AU. KtXDS OF ' j
IADIES MD GEMS' TRAYELDiS -TB CXSS,
' BONNET BOXES,
Valises, Carpet Bagf, &c.r' &c.,
DESIRE to cull the attention of all thoso in want of
anything in out 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 house
in tlie city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is raado of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work
made at home, in preference to buying that" made at
the East expretwly for jobbing.
We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
PATOT TKOK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushc-8, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 61 Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
juue23-dly FASsETT & CROSSMAN.
EUROPEAN MEDICAL INSTITUTE .
DRS. SAMSON AND LACOSTE,
Opposite the St. Nicholas, NEW Y0RK
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
both sexes, requiring experience, tact,
and delicacy. 1
DR. SAMSON, diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
or thb aosprrat no midi is patus,
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Rjcord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
fjaNalureiu both sexes. Weaknesses and Nervous ,
IV-bility and such aneclioiu of Ladies for
which tho new French method of
treatment is considered the
Dr. Samson's Peruvian Coca, recommended 'bv V.
Humboldt and Capt. Herndon, U. S. N., against Con
sumption, for sale at $3 per bottle. The beat remedy
against all affections of the Lungs.
Dr. Lacoste's Flor del Ucayali, against Sexual Weak
ness, $3 per bottle. The celebrated Ricords Pills for
the cure of Sexual Diseas-99 of a powouous character, $2
per box. His Ladies' Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to have the desired effect, $2 per box. His UoiiorrU.ia
Droi cure that disagreeable affliction in two days, $2
per bottle. Safes for protection, $3 per dozen. Ail
remedies, which are still a secret in the hands of only
a few French physicians, can only be iutd of him.
Medicines forwarded by Exoress and Mail free of
charge, to all parts.
Address Box 3,676 Post OfHce.New York, in Eng
tish, French, Genua u or Spanish.
On the. European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK. a
Single Uooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort St.,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they niay be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the HoteL
N. B. BEW4R8 or Ri'M.neks and HaCKSKx who sav
we are full. 1C. HtliCI,
THE attention of tbe readers of the Patriot, the
1-adies more especially, is rtqueeied by Mcssr
MACKENZIE & MIN'CHIN, to the excellent Refrigcr
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which tliey are now
supplying our citi2ens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting up ail kinds of Fruits
aud Berries. They are durable, simple aud cheap,
aud the demand for them is 'so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold.
.. v2-t .-.. .
L0UISVTJXE, : : : : : : : KENTUCKY.
Has on hand and for sale, low for rash 2.500 .000 feet
White Pine Lumber of tho best quality west of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from 'Depot, Louis
ville, Ky. . augld-dlawlni
1000 Dozen Fruit Jars.
250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tap.
200 " 2 " l '
200 " " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 " 2 " " "
25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 " 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOHNS Ai CROSLEY'd
Improved Cntta Percha Cement Roofin.
I Sths cheapest ao xosTDrRABiat Roonxais rsa. It
is fire axd watkb (Hoop. It can be applied to MEW
and ou Roofs of all kinds and to old tmingle roofs
without removing Ike shingles.
THE COST 13 ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND IS TWICE A3 DURABLE.
GcTTA Percha Cexbxt for preserving aud repairing
Tlx and Mktal Roofs of every description.
From its great elasticity, is not iLjured by the con
traction and expansion of n.etals,uatf will not crack
in cold nor run in vam weather. There materials
have been thoroughly tested iu New York and all
parts of the Southern and Western States, and we
can give abundant proof of all we claim iu their
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trilling cxpeusu. .
NO HEAT 13 BEQUIBED." '
Thee materials are put up ready for use, and for
shipping to all parts of tbe country, with lull priutod
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ap
plication by mail or in person, at our principal olll
tea 610 BKOAUWAY, opposite fit. Nicholas H.itel,)
N.Y., 349 FULTON al'.", (oppomteCity Hall) BROOli.-,
LYN. ; , . JOHNS & CROSLEY.
june2-6tn - -
H. H. HAYNES &-C0.,
' AGENTS FOR THE ' i ; ,
Sale and Purchase of Negroes,
At No. 16 Cedar street.
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec29-tr Nauthvllle, Tenu.
HAYING every facility in tho way er workmen
aud material to do tirHt rate work with despatch,
I will contract for Tinning roofs, either iu tho city
or country, at low rates, and ia every ease warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, Piping, Valley Capping, Ac.
Also, Galvanised I rou Cornices, &c, done in the best
manner. x J. W.WILSON',
febS-t Opposite Sewanee House. -
M V li 1S CO.,
No. 52 Main St., Cincinnati, 0
1 TANUFACTURER3 of superior quality. Candies
XX of all kinds, Gum Drops, Losenges, Sugar Toys,
French Conlectiouary , Fancy Candy aud Syrup. Also,
dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Sardines and Fire Works.
mar iu cm . .; ...
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
E have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
and Half Gallon of these famous Fruit Jars.
Tho simplest, cheapest aud best anicle yet invented
fir tho preservation of Fruit aud Vegetables.
.. Tempest's Jars preserve Strawbskjues I
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries I :
. Teuipest's Jars preserve Blacxsebries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pis Ptasrl s
Tempest's Jara preserve Peacbes I
Tempest's Jars preserve Plcms t '- '
Teui iel's Jars preserve QrutCEs I 1 -TetnpedTa
Jars preserve Chereie. I -'
Tempest's Jars preserve ToxatoesI
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of ail sixes. , 1 - - -
AUSO. Ludlow's Class and Tin Jam, all sizes
which we are offering atcost price, as we feel assured
that " i , . r, ,., .
. ; Apple Pealcrs.
. 10 dozen best Turn Table apple pea lord,
Aug21-tf For aale by ' J. W. WnjjQN.
T YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
1 ; , I1UUX THE
JEi -T -i -A C O A -Ii 1
Orders Ca a I: left la Box U, P. 0.
:; Yard, back of N. C R, B- Depot.
: ; JOI1NB.LANG,
'augo-tf ! 3 - ' ' ' ' ;''- Ageot.
; , ; A MagnMcent Chance : '
X WILL sell my Farm ia Franklin county, Tenn., on
Rock Creek, six miles South-west of Tullahoma
consisting of 600 or more Acres of Land. - It can b,
divided into two places. It has on it good improve
ments the best of surinr water: a good Grist and
Saw Mill, and is within four mile of threecelebrated
watering places. ; -
For further information apply to B. B. WaTrs,OB
tha plaoa.or ton. at WpIouaa,La.
mm "' in 1' ' 'T
J ff,7'lirV,i'"if-r,llr' mi 1-11 mf yii xiat
- - - - - - ' - J . fit,
1 - i . i . ' ' - . ...... -
; SSIIaHLEY, E(iAi i 17 "
Hcceivliis 2t t"orv;vilius
laower Whai-f BoatfJ r
. PAHUCAH, KENTUCKY.
'. ' ! "
" A Share of Public Ptnua-e reSpeit fully so
J-ild. ... .....-.' t jq1y3-Sm
M. C. BRUCE,! ,.,
Auction & Commission "erchanl,
CornerCcdarand Cherrr U.,
NASH VI Ii l,E, ; X 15 X SESSEIi,
diseol allciaSbeM. S.itUr.-i vii-An ......
eesaiid purchasors at nearly as possible. '."oiisi6-a
eeaol goods ti-iin.-; market ill und mv :'uii.r. r, n ,
well tilled up, aud tb.eg4M1.ls will be kV.1I aui.wul ..e
lay and the tuouny pai i over forthwith,
N.B. NoirotN bau.bt ir.i:.irtfi m w j ,
Cliarge reasonable am) liberal alraiices anade on
consigumeut.s. : tuara
W. A. JOXIASOX x CO.,
T , CARONHELL" 5EET... .1;'. . . 27
H. KiaKVltlCI. R. f. SKVIS. s. EiXErATRICK.
KIKlATIiIUK CO., 1
COallllSSlOX I FUSWIKDIXC jIERCIIAXTS,
. !So, S7 N.1TCULZ STIILET,
(Between Magaziuo and Camp,) ' i
EV OKL KAS, Ii A.
iw" tl I
il ASTFA V T UllEll S ARTICLES
J. tfc C. liEAKUtT,
52 Secoiid Street, Cincinnati, Ohii.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OK .
- Carding Machines,
Warp on Beam, assorted color
Machine Cards, ;
Wire Heddles aad JrameB, -ShutUei,
Steel Eeeia and Pickers.
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, &c.
ALSO, A Ft ILL ASolimtNT Ol
Dye-Stuifs, . Cochineal
Log Wood. Sdinac, . ..
JOHN M. SECRIST,
VTlb I J1SAI.E rKAI.ER
!. Alala KINDS OP
GRAIN - AND PRODUCE,
Southern orders u i'.lbe ili'.ed with ruiuiitiiesK, at
the lowe.st lLUirki-t price. Aug21-6m
SEW VALtl wLOOWS.
Allison, Anderson & Go
mppRrofi mi inniiiuii nmmn'
FORHIGN AND DO.IIIISTIC
AND ; ;
R e a dy -M a d e C 1 o t h i n g ,
NO. 41, pniUC SQUARE,
. .ashvillf, : : : : Tenn?ssef.
WK are bow receii-iiur and will in a few days have
ready f..r exhibition and alo one of the unt
desirable storks ever brouit to this market.
We therefore rcsictl'uiiy iuvite an examination of
our stock by tho trade visitiuj; the niarket, rx-ibre
making their purchases, an we fitl couiideut wo cau
promote their interest iy piving us a ca.l.
aug22-2m A1.I.1.SOX, AN'DEitON' A CO.
II5ST0HY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Jlveiiil Court ol
OS TIIK BASIS Ol? TIJIi CODE
A bra Itu in CarutUei, ; ; .
LAW PP.OFESSOR AT LEBAKON,
For sale in Naxliviilo ly ' ' : . .. t- :
t john Yorac co., X
juuclo-tf No. 39 Cnion street.
NASH & MAUR,
No. 25 College Street. 1 -
Agents for Old and Reliable
' Companies. ! -WITH
AN ACG2UE0ATE CASH CAPITAL OF
SJ5,0 00 ,0 0 0 .
ANI J " ' '
;i $ 6 0, 0 0 )..:;
STATB LOXDS VTITII COMrTIiOLLERi
aug3-tf . . ' ' , ; .r. i .
v Down AUtli TciirjDast." ;; ;
IF yon wish to eweeo fine Carjeta without Injuring
them or rU.in" a dut. use HiK PATKNT CAR-
I'tT t ttm.
XIACKFZIF. It M1NCH1N.
Frets! Corn Meal.
ANFAV nip!y j.mt rooeived p,)r nailroad, and
f 1 V. -j lii . r-iri. .
EKN). F. HliliAS tt.ir.
July 23, l6d-tf.
Jnst Rcttived by ?d. ii Parrisli t I'd.-'
OHA BA0S hJ Cera;
too Intra Fanuly Meal; ';
SSd .tai;a TVhite Moal Corn.
Ladies' French Dress and Pack-
.j '; ' . jag Trunks.1 '.' ;"; Vl
: j o u x vTaiIv v. ii'-
- 42 College Street ,
!V'; " '', DEALER .IX'-" ' ,:
Ladies' and CSe&ts' Fice'-Trunks,
HAS received a Uilionid snpii'ie t Ladles' Extra
Large Prefs Tmnks.ef the Meet atylea. .best
Liurlish &ile Leather ieel Spring Trunks; Ladiea' bon
net Boxes, suile and Ikiuble Top; Vaiisea, Bags, tic.',
for aale at very low price. v i
imit-U . . . . JOHN" KAMAGE.
TirtKOfks !' Fireworks ! ! .
FLAGS AN IT. TOItCIlCS
JOHN LrCK,'43 Vaion atreet.hai 'uow the best aa
sortmuut iu NaiivUie of everything in tbe above
linA mhu-h t. Ill l- i.lil u!..l.L..J . ... :i .
T " , .... UH,A .3
a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torch
are something new. and tnc best thing ev- introduced
lor jAuivKu prwcmsioua. - - - ' - : -. aoglt f
JCST received a Tew more LAWKS' LAKGK FRENCH
DKSSS TRCNK3; Sole Leather Truuki, ul Sonne
Valises and Uaga. - .
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LADIES' BONNVT BOTF-l r. T. '.k'n
, - r - J J j ' 'vu m
h. JOiaN RAXACE. .-.-
atVtr . ..al ifelitr t
NEW SERIES NO. 1468.
(rxj uses oa IK83 to coMrrrrrs a sqcaxx.)
Onqaar 1 day Si 0o--tuchdatiEertio M
-- 4 woek,so-. tittd'a lsqar M
' . : 4 .a t M
V-,-'". .lmonthCtW M
ooc 44 4M
44 t?;1J: - 24oe. 44 44 ia
EXx-waara at nrin mm.
OS e square ,m year ac Ladditioaa Uqnare 1
Vrmen eotic roust b given ttakeeat-fid atop
rtvertisemenista-yearl.v advertisers before the year
expires. otherwise eshalleharf et.' 4ooe.
- Noooc tract oyalyadvrtaeuiw . ''Sedaeoa
tin ued without previouf notice tons JiorwilUaycharre
be made for less than one yewr at' he yearly rate.
Frcm aCHEI:,'oWEX CO. General AdTertiamf
' Hocse ,A ppleton Bnilding ,34 S Broadway
'' - New-York. . i
laiuirr! "jaiGHT ! ; light i !
iiNrracnuuor i aPKoriD
: lifrosfcc, Campheae, Fluid, and Oil ind
. is TAZiorssTTLESASDmnaa::
'U A TS tt li liil E IV S,
r-HURCUES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
V w AVtrn. ' -
T. II. CHAMBERS'
. Eatabliaheol In U828.
Formerly Dubois Ac 8todart,an4 DnboU, Bacon at
SVarerootua In (he ('Blble HM,j
Cor. 8ih street 'aud 4th' Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.:
i-.T-.-S'?.iW.,i"b! PUfew Purchase. Orders by
guaranteed -"ul, aud periect BAUsfactioa
CS1;1-f001 'fr circular,' with description of
Btj k and acnedule of prices. tnar2ft-3ia
Prince Imperial I'hampague.
SoMbyall respoc table" Dealers thronghoa
THIS fiu I-rand of Champaene.'which nntil th
last year was confined exclusively to tbe best ta
blesortbeCoutinentof F.nrope.has now obtain e
the most unbounded success and popularity in th
country. It is recomniended by some of the firs
Physicians of the city of New "York, over all oth
wines, o-i acrcn nf of its extreme parity and delic
cy, and those wiio- oooe try it rarely nae any oth
braud. Although only one year iu rlaDsed sin
its introduction into this country, the demand
enormous, : cocstautiy iucreaviug. . Our arrant;
meiiis are such as to ensure the quality of the Win
beiLg maiutaiLed at its present high standard. Th
Prince Imperial is Imported solely by us, we beta
the sole Agents of Alessrs. Da Yesoce at Co. ia
couutry. E.V. HATCH WOCT CO
Nos. 483,400 and 492 Broadway, New Toi'k
Sold ir Nashville by M. A- E. F. CHEATHAM.
, Corner of Church and Collere at :
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods' Merchants,
80 fc 82 CHAMBERS ST XXW I02X,
WOCUi notify the Trade that they are opeuia
Weekly, iu new and beautilui patterns,
TI 1 K WA3I SUTTA . PUI NTS.
THE AMI SJCEAG,
A Nf w Prii t, which excels i very Print in tbe Coea
try for perfection of rxcctiiHin anA design in fall
M.i-der Colors. Our I'ruita are cbeupir t.u any i m
the market and meeting with extensive - ale.
ITr" Orders irouipuy auended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New Voi It.
J HE-V com(lcted six years ago the St. Nichola
t I was universally prouounced the most magnia
cent, convenient and thoroughly Oiganized eslab.
lishnieutbf tbe kind on this continent. W hat it was
I lieu u remain to-day without a rival la aise, la
sumptuou8ness, and in the genera elements of com
tun ao d enjoy meut. The Hotel has accommodation a
lor luOO gui-sis, including 100 complete suites ol
apartments fur families. 8ir hundred person can
be comtortably seated at the tables of its three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised tor the convenience and social gratincattuo
of the travelu g public has been omitted in its plan,
or is neglected iu as practical details. The early rep
utation or tbe bouse at borne and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, aad iu
botne-iike comforts aad luxuries, has been enhanced
every year by tbe unwearied exert ious ot the proprl
i TB- TREADWaXL, WHITUOMB A Ct
: may21-3m , , tJ . . : .-. .
' GOFFfiE'S PaTEAT -
For Plaia'McctiEj ahdFancr tnittin
- ... . . ... ..yr; ,!
machine for KnittingJ tit. SMrt,.l:e.,
- - OF ALL SIZES."
Eib Kadvinea of l ft i, 2 ft 1, 2 3t 2 and 8 4 2 Si fe
OX SlIIIAXD Nasi TO OKDKK.
TnESE Machines use tbe plain English Sprioz
A Needle, on a new principle, and are th cbeap
crt and most rmpid n.achines for kniiticgin nse.
TheCoaee launt Family SniUiag Machines fmr
family and flaniaiion uv, if a new and successful
feature In the usciul inventions of the age, aad ranks
who the Sew ids Machine. Vju ,
- - . AGEACT AJfD aALES BOOK.
. K0. $71 BiOADWAY, KSW TOXX,
' jnn.ll-:.ni HENKT C LEE, Agent.
-; Fresh; Fruits all the Year! ,
: ; , TIIK . YE03I AAS'
"rjVR . rniJTY, CONTENIENCK, ECOXOVT AKD
-A. KA ET'i , is unequalled for preserving PrciU aa
a fresh sute, m any olimatea tndeaniu Umax Hat
iug used Uieao Bottlea, we find Ibem exceodjngt
convenient aud jubt the thing watted.
i JOHN J. lfcOJ4AS,ln itagister ot Bural Afflalra.
For dtscnptive and prte circulars, adureas Pre
pretor, at Walworth, Uayoetonnty , New York.
tiiaita-eu;3lw i t , -r .tT-CYEUMANS.
'':';; mas siHi s
., .. H Minute
ICE; CUE AM FREEZE RS,
;i-A Improved for 1859.
WmiSTAJtreu Iaaa CorioU ab Berroas Tax to.
fPUG only Fleeter known which Is constructed o
-L true bcieniioc principles.
- Tae,Cheapest, tie at and most Economical ; requiring
less ice anu less labor lhaa any other, beiag at the
same time the moss durable ta structure, au4 saoa
ecruwu tail operations.- , , ... .;
. . Sole Aaeut fJr U.c L'uitcd ftiteel
. i. ... -... . . jv K.KICHAM CO..
' ! Mauulactureraof Japaaaed ana
Plani-hea Tiu War. - -
iiteia-m . ,v 289 Pearl atreet, TUtw Tor.
KNICKERBOCKER MAA2DfB, for August, 169
1 CODEX'S LATDS1 BOOK, f a" August.
LWAVEKLV lLtGAZINK, for July 28th,
For sale by . . , . . HAGAX,
julyl-tr " ; :" College street
; .: Coffee! Coffee!!
U, K are hi rec-jfpt of "a shipment ol th Anest
Oon ever received in NaHhville. which we are
Oaring lo th trad at a low figure.
--- Auga-tf., i - KliiOX, HX)PER Ca
. . : tilinEVS LADIES HK1K, for September.
GOPEVH LAJiLLS BOOK, for September
: PETOWlN'S MA0AZLSE, for September.
PETEiyON'8 MAGAZINE, for lieptember Jl TTt
Just received, and for sale by
- i. i !f JtiUN YORK OX,
augli-ti 1 " ' r - No. 14 Caioa atre
- ' EBONY IDOLS.
BY A LADY OP SKST EN4LLAXD. OoU, a
Price $1 34. f ur aaJ by i , ; HAfiAX ,
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