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PUBLISIIED DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY. AKD WEEKLY, :EfY "A.' SCiCMP & CO.. NO. 10 DEADEMCK STREET. -
NEy SERIES NO. 1409.
NASHVILLE! TENK. THURSDAY SEPTE3LBER 20, 1860
Daily, per annum J
Weekly, per annum, ."IlLU;
Oae Weekly for twoyears, ort wo eeK
for one year, in lnce """!
tbe liiily Tri-VTecklr, or W eekly is wb.
dNconTWd' pa: 1 in advance at the umesubscribed
w), the subscriber m storder.oinrwise it will be
eoai'nued.atoura loption. until paid fcrand flopped,
f n t ua.d it "ot b. paid at the Umo of discontinu
nee, oral curopnoa. If the party is goo J , it wdl be
Scot until paid. ....
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It PMithrd Dado, Tri WrHly and Weekly.
Tutu. Pail v -
... Tri -WeUOy....
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The Fatw an earnest, active and indefatigable
suppurier i t OjostiKitmcal Vuion caus, aJ l)
present canvass r.jc tie Presidency wdl use every hon
orable e.rt to pronte the fkctwo of Beu. and Eve
ktt. T.i enable us to laW with i-re-4 euVieney
e a-k Mir party fri-m!. to ai-1 u- in ext. D.Un in ir
By lle purchase ft the print in? eptaWahnv-nl "f the
.V. and r'.ut ad-t!tion n-w nterKJ.s fnu the
f Hiodr., the Job ncE of the Pti.kt bu made
tU- Lirt-t and u.-t compt-le in tU.; Suth Vt-!-t. It is
ai-. supplh-d m-ith the c.Hni-triit w.kiuon.
St.-au hii been applied to ir pre--irt, which at of
the btA kindd. We are prvpure.l l- print , in tb hih
et My le of Iht- art. plain, in olorj, or brnz".
Au.l. iudee.1. everv thinj; fr-i t! m.-.l!eM Tip to the
bunnimtu I'.i.t, t the M Pamphlet to tho larsrn
Tl.- largo circulation .4 ti..' P.tkt. givutly augmeu-t-M
by ibeaddaiou thereto ( the f ubsrriptkiu li-U of
AVicj, renders it ait exc.Slebt adv.-rtL-iuS tiK-diiim.
X'u betttf in tie: city.
Hg- We ..lu it wJrr?, at our v. No. 1'". Hcanra-
IIWK THIS DAV ASJCIATiO) MATTHEW AOI'Y
uh tne in ba.-mer, the name f tb.- nrra l. Ik-
July 1,19.11 J Walnut -,lre. t.
KORKKT 3100IIK & CO.,
Prcduce Ccmmisio:i Merchants,
Pio. 49 Walnut trel,
P ir. hae and Eell. exclusively on commission, lT.ar,
Ka..i Chee. Buttpr. Set.-. OiU. Lril Fruit Can-.ll.-s,Sp,
Cordase. Ur-Hiw, &ickets. Tnbi. and artt
cl or lmesiic Vanuaicture and PKUl CK p-neral.y.
DKUKS VXD MEDICINES.
A. 11. UOSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL TJEUGGISTS,
S. W. Corner of Broad and Market atretfcs
i r k are prepared to execu'e order for Dross
and .tlline an.! all articles penaiu
iogtotiie fru uusmcsB, with despatch nd at toe
Iti. same all- nt.on wiU be rivso as heretofore to
bave every article oi ax jwi -
and in no iucL.iH.-e iU u linug be put np mat a oi
a uoubliulor pi4isiicaled cuaracter.
It is our intention t- ma nta l .be rrputauoo w
have esLiblhe j in Fel'in noe but Pure urux and
Uedi-n.eTa.d e, theieiwre iuv.teon to eiam.ue
our atoc- before buviug eUeahere, beiicvii g wecju
.:kw joa m -uc uieut m . Uered in lb. or a..y
oUier ?outuern city . lu addition to Mus e have
. ... , t. i . i.rvf hitirk til Penumerv.
constantly u wau ..T . . . ,
K)up,audTliet Articles, hue ial. Linked Uu,
Turpeaiiue 'n. 1 - -
rj nn. ,n .or j. re cptmn ol vis tors, cn and
I .n. r ici.!i tlie 3J iU. O. July dr. JaObEX
f.ua-ii lli ruuj accutnU'-uati n LHunibc I eaviug
tu Seanr H. use ever; iuet.aj , .b-irslay .and
.Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. , an ivi. k at tbe spring
in diunrr tare lo aollais Hke i.d repL-ter .
s.nM Hjiw. The tnc- ical quauues ot tJvSe
Springs are ell kuuan. For uj spepiia.uisease oi
tiiehver.and .or complaint incident to lemalei,
th are u;iluri,atieJ. mere are us .uipuui
spriL of n,ff.rent qi.alits, heside;. free stone and
uewl disc jverel cuaij oe .ir.
'Term i"er Pay 1 6
" Week 8 tO
Month 30 W
Korreper week 3 W
r CUildreuand aervai.ls hair price.
Wji. T. VEATMAX,
F J KHrjUEK,
Telrsrapli Chalybeate Springs.
This water is brought rour hundred feet in ten seconds
Takes pleasure in informing the public tbat he s
now readv to ail on ail who may (aver hitu
Tuts rujg is situated on the east side vl umber
land ri er, al tne euu oi iue ire uriiee. i.iuuhi,
Irum $l to $C; One Person, i; by ttiei'.nnk. 6 c uU.
rayuieui in auiau.v.
..t. r Imn r!rbonte ol Ume. St;lntiate ot
Magnesia. Sulphate of Lime, ilurutie t Udgutia,
11 uriate of Soda.
The specific gravity of the fresh water was
1 .1' 1 4. ialll it vl witter ... u .
t Uliunsitliu iuai mo - j
e&cial to several invalids. Jl ill be boueUciai to a
. . k n inl-nn fi-oli I rani tlirt Stirinv
icreiier cerw -r----r.
lsliould prouounto it stimulanland loatc, aud aaapi
e.t couHiaeatlT.o cat of aobility .accon.pauied
. . n nr t .. ir.tsain Miitic4inlra
vilb autuuraic couuiulii vi "-
..nd m pteiuoric and .-y
.1.a 1. Ckeiirr If aalt Ik V Uf IV
luereisno uuuuuum mi'i." r T
JH W n we t-aatriu cuu v " i , .
guod tluatvlie wter.a4 lUat it i aUaptetl U
v J - 1 U? TI.ll l Ife U
many dmecses ot oeoiui. - " -i
.. .. ii - .......... i ii T R.Jen
inompsun, Jt. i.,i.euij v... , -t
niuk, M. I., Boyd Hcsairy, M. J).,K-C K -Marttu.
.... A i n nr lit
Valuable Town Lots
a n n
CO U X'V
y offering for sak .n reasonable terms, the
following property: 66 liaanonie Building i.ots
in tu 7tb aud UU warus ci nsanviue.
Nine Houses and Lots of various dimensions, from
large to aiuall coiulortab.e resi.:en;es at luw pra-es,
In the city.
One double three story Busluess House on Broad
Street, occupied at present by Hardeasl. 4. Co.
a, one Tract ol about 22 i acres, tbree mi tes out on
the XasbviUe and Cnaitaoooga tUi head, frame house
and W ell part of the Lacua or Crutrhir tract, ysl
"ooe Trart ol a?ont 31 am,, on the Murfrett.ro'
Tun pike road.ai lis jaucliou ilh the Mooe's lhvcr
Turnpike one half miio out adjaceul lo V . B. Lewis
Mid others uy Brick n rowrty.
One Tiait ol about M act .s, eigul miles out, near
the slorueesboro' Tornpikv iiood lm:.rovcu.eul,
good at.r ana umber.
one tract U about W) acres on the Franklin Col
leg.anu Moue's rtier Turnpike, 7 miles out SO acre
clarei, balance gowd liinoer and etl watered.
nut iraci cr about 126 acre. adjacent to s..tne on
the fcji.i.trouUon aaa Turnpike oer 2o0 poles
nearly a-i good uu.ber and od good.
UB. f.aci ot aboul 15J a .es , Un mi lea oot, near
?mU.'s t-prlu,oi. mile Ji4 half North ol the
Marireeaboto' lurupii.,uiostly wediin.t.ied,an..l
4oacfca cleared a-d several oiher kU an uiU
of UaU lu.NaUvl.l aua viCiuJy.
Fur fuiluer parlic-UiacaJ on Nascx Jx WounwiU),
So. 50 herrj sireeU
" Youug ereai fair price wiU be taken m x
ehaoge for lae lor. urvrT f
Juim lm tu JAMES M. 11CKELL.
L.ailics iuuu l llox.es.
TCaT received a large assortment of I -antes' Bon
J t. et B aa. a-fW said ubk ui and ur a.
Aiao. Lauies' ea(..bu and Tr-veu f li.jp.. h,cti
loser vrychlurca .
)an4J-tf 42 College street.
Nashville and Chattanooga RR
Change of Schedule,
OX AXI after
Suuday next, April 29, IbGO,
p,C5ener Trains will rin f fclow?
lyav Nashville at 4 a. x. and 3 r. M.
Arrive at Chaitanooaa 1 iJ f. x. and 1 4-i a. a.
Leave ChattaiiA?a at 7:30 a. S. and 7JM r. M.
Arrire at NachviUe at i r. X. and S a. SI.
A U, rai connection, and shortest route to Foctvu.
New York. HiUadelpBia, UaUimore, WasbiUKtua
C:tv.Kichmd. P-teniburz, Lynchb'ir?, Kniviiie,
SilvaiiKih, CUaristcn, Mmtg'T.icry, Slemiiha, New tr-
'CiIJMbTra!ii connect at St' venr-ju with Traius on
M-niph!S aad fharictton Kailroad.aal al Cliattauoo?.
with Trainr-on l-i--t T-LUCaM.---aud tttXirgia and Wil
ero and Atuntic PuiiiriwJj.
Tlirouh Tark.-w may 1 hvl al any hour on applK-a-tijo
to Tiek-1 As-nt. at otiice al Ixp"t. to the l'-dio n
plai-es! and at the lollow ;aa prare. viz :
Xas-hviilc to New York, via. Charl-u.n,
E. T. k Ya. route.
rnaws ville. .
rand Junct Km
Holly Siiruig. '
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r VI OO
EXPKKSS Fit EIGHT.
THE VaMiville and Chattaii."ea Pilnid Coiiiiny,
inowuecttiA wb the Koads beb.w, are runuing
an Express Kreitbl Train from Cbarlc-l..u and -a"";
. . .i ... I. ill with the fi.ime
certainty as Uieir ,-.-ner Tragus. No .Wiay to lrei.dit-
bv ini.s rxii?. .,t
Charleston ami Savaimali
i n k i u Tv ii ia
Eaies Reduced and Speed Increased.
. . ... . . ..11 .1... .111 unit
I'WKKvS reicni Irani.- ou an n- -!j
alter the 24th td Ivceiuber, 19, ihroufU rales
from New ork to m-ih hi.:
First Cla-ss, IT 100 jiosmibi
Second Cla--., "
Third CLl3. - "
Fourth Cla--j, " "
T f , .....I ll..nt..C
.. 1 3-
.. 1 16
Time from siivaimah and Cuurktou lo Natl. v. lie three,
Hire? ww ut .
Time from New Y.k and Philadelphia, seven and a
ball, euint ana nme oaj .
i. ui.i..ii. tlm alMive variatiinis in
lUIITH Ullift .v-n '
time, as no freight trains are run ou Miuday over tiiree
lines. . .
. . . l... i.w cimir I Ivoreb-ir"!' and
damages Vex.-ept damages occurriug at sea) promptly
..- I 'I.... ...... l...llril:lil llll
deliverv. I-- W". AXltlb-N.
Freight to fY York and Pliiladelpliia
Cotton an A Vom
CUARLEST0X AND SA VAX All.
Cotton per bale of not more than 500 Hs. weight 4 25
Flour per barrel .fjl"
Xo iururauce necessary except trora t.iiarieoni -
.-..-,i, i.i v..ur Vurk and Philadelphia.
Option compressed al the option and exin-nye of Mca
mers when couipreised, il can be freighted from New
York to foreicu l-rlri at V lo 2 16 lesd than cotton nni
Throuth re-e:iits wwue-1 ny iuc rreis". -o"
. . . . ... ........ r .I..
N"ahviiieaml Cliattanmira Kaiiroad.
t . W. ANTiFJN.
dec20-tf l.eneral Agent.
FAST LINE EAST!
rrtMMK ON J l: N E lilt
Little Miami and Columbus aad
fIVTI, BAMILIOS & 01IT05
1860 mmm i860
From Cl. INSATI to
E. ston in 32 S hours. New York in S0; hours.
Pbuadelphia m 26 hours. Piiltimore in 24Ji hours.
Saratita rprines in 25 hrs. Aioany in is nours.
Ri'.Tt'klrk in 15 boors.
I kink ir t in 14 hours.
Cleveland in 8.H hours
Wheeiand in bouri
rrMtlinA in fi llOUrS.
Pittsburg m 12,V hours.
SU'ubi-nsville in 10.y hour?
Zanesvule in 6 botir?.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
Toleda in 9,S hours.
Ifc.-troit in 12.ta hours.
Throush Trains 1 8Te Uteicnati as fallows:
7:30 A. .ti. EXPBES From Little Miama
Deput and from Cincinnati, Hamilton & Imyton Depot,
connect3 via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Bunaio;
via. Columbus. Creatine and I"ittsburg; via. eolumbus,
Steolnsville and Fittsbur?; via. Columbus. Bvlliar
and Pitisburtr: via Columbus, Bo 1 lair and Ben wood.
730 A. M. EPUE From Cincinnati,
namiilou and iietroii iepoi,io ejimui . .
Toledo. Detroit and Canada: via. Dayton, Oyde and
- h T . ..'wu Vmm T.iltlA f iftnl I
l m . . . . . - - -
Depot connects via. Columbus, Bellair and Benwood;
via. toiumnus, ueuiar n i... ..... , - .
Cm-tline and Ittt.-burg; via. Columbus, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and BulUdo.
, . . . . From Cincinnati. TT.im il-
ton nnd Iylou Deixd, via. Lima. Teledn, IViroit and
Canada; via. iwj ion, vi ue nun .u.... . .
Modern Slceplus Cars on this Train.
i i EXPIIESS From Little Miami
r. . ... iV.lmiiliiK SlfMilieiicillii and Pitts
1 . in 'I . 'iiin-. . . :
bur"- via Columbus. Belliar and Pituburg; via. to
lutnb'us. Belliar and B. nwooil; vht Columbus, CreMline
...i oin.i.nr..- Cohiiiibu?. Cleveland. IHmkirk and
Modern.Sleeplns Cars on this Train.
Passengers for Laie Steamers, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M , have 5 hours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections.
The 6 r. M. Exprtv, Satur&njs, viahes all con
ntcJtonn as aJw.rtized, except for Detroit
owl point in Canada.
TheXight Express runs Daily, Saturilays excepted.
All other Trains ruil lOH3 , ssuurua. a nwiii.
Trains run hv COLUMBl'S TIME, which is 7 Minutes
luster llnui ClNONXAn 11MI-
Ja??agfi. Checked Tltrougli lo
all Eastern Cities.
. g PHSsengers shonld bear in mind that the -CI
IN AT1' is the OIi and FAVORITE KOl'TE. Ci
nvvm' is the Old) and KAOUlTK KOI ft- ton
i"u.nu m made nroniptlv. tho Roads are llioroiitrhly
RllJ-ATI'J and all modern improvem'nts adofMed
insuring mI'Keii. ciMrwr a. t-.- r.. .
Are sold at all the PRrXCIPIJ! RAIIJOAD TICKET
fiFFlcixin the WEST and Sol TIL Ask for Ti"kets
via. CINCINNATI. ,
P. W. 6-TRADER, General Ticket Agent, Cm ti.
OS THURSDAY, THE HTn DAY OF ItTOCE
next, at Midisoa, tue county scat of St. Francis
County, Arkausis, I whl sellai public auction, uy
Farm, lying seven miles North-West of Madison, and
five miles from Ihe line iif the Memphis and Little
Ku.k tUilroad, situ .led in Te Vo Crecu Bottom, and
eul.rely ine irum overtl .w. The Tract cons.st. of
OXETHOUSAND AXD FIFTY SEVEN ACRES of rh
cu.uvable Laud, with ait appertvuanees necessary to
a Cull .n Farm, is continu Jly well watered and
cleared iu liberal propomoo.
TEKMi In three u)ual paymeuts: The first to be
ma-e in tily acceptation in Aleaiptus on tuo Islet
Jau- ary , lbdl . thextuer two lUt luurtgage security
uon Uie land to be maae kiu.ceiieiveiy la oueauu two
ours ine e. luj-. ...
Iniru-aiiou as to other p.rticulara may be bad by
exauifnaiiun oi the prei. isea, or by aiiili-itmi. g mo ml
Giceu lldi, Wdsou County , ieuaeasee.
At the same t.mt and piace, 1 ill sell on three
niowlha t.me, my Urm.ng tuck, nteu. s, coin, lo.
dcr, Jt . Ac. A. T. GoOuLuE.
aui:4-toiww liil SeplS
Lxira Family Ficur. -
f BARKA13 Extra Family Flour .nJLnufac tur -lcj
U irouicouico W'tiW Wheat, to arrive to
a.v.Ad lor sale by
iirlS-lf MLZOX, HOOPEK Jx CO,
Great Twatioual. Woutc.
To Baltmor 1 Pliiladelpliia,
NEW YORK AND BOSTON,
AXD ONLY R.JAD TO
AND BALTIMORE AND OHIO
rj'HRMlXATE at P'tim-Te aud Wa-hington City ou
i ihe-Eart. and Colmubus on the Wtit.at uhicb
places il connect with lt:.iln-ad3 fr ind from sU
The West, ifoi.thmt and NoiilivrKt.
' Pa-- tilers by this route can vu-it the cilice of Balti
more. Philadelphia. New Y-rk and Boston at the cost
ol' a ticket to New York or Huston sloue by other lines.
llirouuh tickets c:in lie procured via. Washington
City lo the Ka.-teru Cities at an add its-mil charge T two
dolLar& ouiv. '
e-lei-piug Cars attached to all train-.
TICKETS GJOO VXTIL VHED,
With the rriviier? of stopping iff at all principal
Busings Men or Travelers, for Pleasure or Informa
tion can visit all the Eastern Cities at a comparatively
small expense. The acenery is ceWbraled for its won-d.-rlul
b a-ity and snb'.miity; It nnequalled in the
world Its system of Dav and Night Track Police; its
splendid eouii lent; its exclusive Telegraph Lines; lis
large amount of double track; its line Hotels (under
tlie surveillance of the Company,) eusures to the pas-
8 ,1 SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Thragn tickets and baarage checks ran be -obtained
at all the iiriu.-ipal Eailroad and Meamboat offices in
Ask l"r Tickets via. Baltimore and unio
W. V. PMITO. Master of Transportation.
I f n U .E. IJenoral Ticket Agent.
F F. FILLER, General Western Agent.
j W. BK'.WX. Oi-n 1 liciici .igrui.
Kgrfield & Kentucky Kailroad.
Nashville to Claifcsville, liop-
kmsville, Itussellville, &c.
OX .VXD AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, 18GO,
Two Tra'iiis lo and from Clarksville dnily.
Ijeave Nashville at 6:S0 . X. and :45 T. x.
Arrive at llarksville 10:25 A. x. aud 7:15 r. x.
I-ave Clarksville at 6 A. X. and 2:45 r. x.
Arrive at Nashville 10 A. X. and 7 r. X.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring
field with a daily line of stages to Russellville, aud at
Taifs Station, near Slate line, wun --laugnicr . . o
dailvliueot" four horse coaches lo Hopkiusville,Ky.,
via. Trenlon, Peuibrake. Sc.
From Hopkiusville stages leave tor loiumnus. rvj.,
Paducah. SmithLmd. Eildy viUe and Henderson.
Fare Iroin Xiishville to Henderson mod. -
ar7-tf t-'hlef Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
IT being of the utmost importance lor me proper
protection of the Track, and to keep out of the way
of" gravel and other trains, that freight trains be run at
regular uniform rate of speed, which can only be ac-ciiinpli.-liiii
bv running on schedule time; therefore, in
order tbat the rreighl trains may oe run ou mo iu-
laid down in the schedule, il is ordered mat auer mir-
tv davs from this date, rreigni will oe receivea oy mo
Nashville and Chattanooga IUilroad Company at sched
ule station-, only.
Hates on Flour Reduced.
r HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
JL at Nashville. Wartrace, Sheibyvillo and Stations
on X. kCR.K. between Nafchville and Wartrace, ana
give through receipts fur Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or 2Nivaiiu.ui. at imp noiier per oarrei iiiiimju.
E. W. CoIJ-:,
Sup't of TransH-tafion X. A: C. R. R.
lAOUlsvllle ami Xaslwltle
CilANUE OF TI31E.
rrWOthrongh Express Passenger Trains between
X Nashville and Louisville, making; dose connec
tions at Louisville for New York, Boston, Philadel
phia, Balumore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara
Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lorn is, and the Far
On and alter Scxdat, JrLT th Sth, 1860, traias
will run as follows:
First Hail iram leave; Nashville at 5 KK) A3f. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc
liou,Khzabethtowu,and all regular stations when sig
nalled by a Hag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. KeturniLg leaves Louisville al 5:10 A.M., stop
piue as above, aud arriving in Nashville at 2U6
eecondlrain,Express, leaves Nasbville at 5-50 P.M.
dxily . -Sundays excepted, stopping as first tram, and
arriving in Louisville a. 3.-00 A. M. Returning leaves
Louisville at 6.0 P. M., stopping as above, and ar
riving iu Nashvilleal S:05 A. U.
Galiuliu Accommodation Train leaves Nashville
daily (Sundays excepted) al 4:U0P. M., and arriv
ing in Gallatin at 6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. M-, and arrives in Nasbville at 8:10
Through ticket3 on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East aud Weil, with a choice or the many dif
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A.J. Fikld, General ticket Agent,
julylO-dtf . .
S.tu? iht; Pieces
Iji atxiiUnti vill happen, even ' toeU rfgulaifd fami
1ix. it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for retiring Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ax.
SPALDING'S PEXPAKED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can nf
rord to lie 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 and
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 maybe
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
'USEFUL IX EVERY HOUSE." .
N. B. A Brush accompanies eai-h bottle. Price, 25
cents. . ,
Wholesale Depot, Xo. 48 Cedar street. New York.
Address. . - HJLNtBY C. SPALDING ft CO.,
Box, No. 3,600, New York
Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Liih"grapliic Show
Card accompanying each package. -
a, A smgie bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLCEwiU save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by all 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
: -Nashville, Tenn.. c-:
nMIE undersigned would inform his friends
I 1. j ij. MMinll. h . t h. Will M..1
.1111 111' P.' ""J " '
tiuue tho M.VKBLEBL'SINESSinthiscity.at
his slHip, next door to Cornelius's Cub met1
Ki.on. ou Church street, and calls attention to
Ihe stock of
narbl. itIoiitimnUlTombt,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
Marble Mantles; and every description of Marble
Work, ol u. lum-t American and Italan Marble. His
ok will, as herelofie.be waranted, and his prices
to suit the times. M. L. SHELTOX.
janO tf. -
feCUUliTZK jL,UlOlaFF, '
f AXCFACiURERSof IhosFkajis,
UuiM) rlAXO t'Ottl'aS. made wiia
it ... 1...1M.VM..1.U cuduutive to 1
.uLcrHiiuy of t.ie, touch rjid dirabUily, GOU
MlUALs awaraedat toe lairs in New iork,l .
o4 ana 'us.aua iu tit. Lous, l&ott. lwalers,cho .
ud Fanuiw will save mousy by calling before p :
luuaig. aw instramenis guaranteed tor tareo f ..
.rerwniii 4oi UXoO dlt SI , (a lew door Wee
Brouiwai.i .w York. feb21-o
I ' Tempest' Stone Jars -
must supercede ail lhwt. r r,
imico-U . - : sUCCSXZTS MSfCJZSt
1ST E W JJOUL
i " ' "JJl"S?I RECEIVED UT
JOHN yoiiK& CQ.
The Kelly s' and the O'Kellj s by Dr. Thon. .
Margaret Mancrieffe by bar lea Burden. - '
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne,
The Duchesa of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
Mill on the Floss. .
Life Struggle by Miss Purdo
How lo euaiy Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
I tvii.g Rea-eoentation Men. ..f
Art la creations. - - -
Habits of Ciod i-.iceity far Ladies and Geutlenieu.
Lite's Morning Lire's Eveniug.
Notes on Xtrsing by Miss Nightingale
El Furcidis by actlior of Lamp Lighter.
Crjaiu's Eulogy on Washington 'rvuig.
Ijul Be uiy by auJior of Gamblers Wifo.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macau by.
Tylucy Ilail a t.ovc-1 by Thoaas Hood.
Tbroue of David by author of Pruice House ol
The Floreuce Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reasou Why 'Aord of God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, or PdcliU.
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
S V Years, and ether Slo: ie y Julia Ka vanagh
1 N A L L ITS- B It A K tl E S.
Shop on Church between Cherry and Collegesta.,
THE undersigned respectfully informs the pubhc
that he has recently taken the above swt-d and
is pretired. o do BUcksu ithing in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeing. Buggy-Repairing, &c., c.,
"n the best manner and al snort notice. Ue solicit,
a share of public patronage. jARPLEY,
O HERRING'S SAFES, large Fize, will be sold very
& low to close acousignmect. .MQnv
jnnel5-il " l-mj.
Xew Supply of Ohio Role Batter.
1 F-iflT POUNDS of Fresh uulierusire-ei-reu
10i7 I Poland, and for sale by
X BKXJ. F SHIELDS Jx CO.,
aprO-f. Vo- College street
The Unprecedented Success
WMrh has of late attended the use of
Lu Tw. SWEKTS
INDUCES ns to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial ellects. It is the only prepira
tion that can be relied on for a pcitnauent and spee
dy cure. Hyiu are afflicted try it at once and be
careful to use no other medicine in connection wKn
it It is compounded under tho supervision orL. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use. . , .
3- For sale at Demoville's and DeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junelO-tf
Reynold's New Worlt.
The Countess and the Page, by G.W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysterieta of Iindon, A-c.&c.
Just received by JOHN YORK CO.
If the Grare Could Speak
IITT should learn that one
half of the children
V V born die before ihey are five years old.
no strong medicines to cuildrwn, nuiai once resun
10 the Graefenberg
Children's ' Panacea,
The most valuable me-licine Tor young children that
his ever been invented.
The Health Bitter?,
Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consli-
11 lions, dyspeptic habits, billioua disorders derange
mjnt of the stomach and bowels. Every family
would use them al the present change of I tt season.
aprl4-tr MACKENZIE & MIXCH1N
Express to Clarksrille
THS Soaiu.ra Express Company respectfnll an
ounce tbat thv are no-running xawsxeBas
through to Clarksville, via. K. k K.and M.C.ki.
Rail cars, and are prepared to ferware to that plae
aad iatervea in g point with promptness and dispatch
all goods usually sent by express. They will also
forward to all places on stage routes, connecting
with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, draffs, e'C,
collected and prompt return made. .
fr Olnce So. IS Public Square.
febl7-tf A K. HoLT.Saperiutendeut.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
TVTOTH1NG adds so much to the appearance of a
XM Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
juine hand of every liille boy and gir.. LUCK :s
now prepared to furnish tbetn in any quautity, at 27
CoJege street, up stairs orer Stuelds' Auction Ro m-mayl-t
Hungarian Grass Seed.
JUST received, aud for sale at k low figure 500
bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This
seed has beu selected with great care, and was rais
ed in the Northern portion of Missouri is free from
dirt aud all itmmrilies.
aprll-lf MO VIZ ELL, HOOPER k CO.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
' Enlarged and Refurnished.
TH undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has eulaiged il materially, ?nd refur
nished It thorougbout in the most el. gant Myle, will
ooeu the house to the public on Thursday the 5th
iJWt. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
An Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a fine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesraine,
and China Stems, wup-h will be sol 1 cheap at pri
vate sale by BEXJ. F. SHIELDS w CO.,
Junel5-tf Central Auctton Rooms.
Canary Cages !
JUST received. 200assortei Canary Bird Cages ol
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomt
as ever brought to this market. For sale low by ' t
feba-tr - - - J. W. WILSON.
rxHK Copartnership heretofore existing under the
X style of Edwards, Gilkeson k Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gihteson retir
ing from the firm.
July 15, 1860. JO. EDWARDS,
. J. K. G1LKESOX,
. E. 1. LDAAKD8.
JO. KOWABDS. W. B. BARKIS. S. P. EDWaKOS.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
: (srccKsaoB8 to sdwabds, gilkjirsok A co.)
' " WILL CONTINUE THE
W liolesalc , Hvoccry
FORWARDING AXD COMISSION Bl'SRESS
At Ike old ttand, corner tf OoUtge and Chare ft.
July 16tf-. -
L ND DECORATIONS of a ' kinds, and
Fourth of Julv. political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish
th Jov. in any quan , wholesale aad retaiL Al
so. Fireworks of all ki s. Orders r i distance
promptly attended to. J0H! LUCK.
J&wit, paws, $u
IaucIl's luslc Store,
'" 45 Union ' street. 5
rrHIS Instrument is warranted new
JL and notsixty days from the man
ufactory , as will be seen on examina
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's
price, without additional charge for freight. Tbiv
la want of a Piano will find it to their interest ,.
call and examine U before purchasing.
- i JOHN LUCK, ...
na'TT-tf Mnsle Dealer, 4A Vt
a ; SOI of moneT which the owner can have by de-
Jl sciibtng the same and paying for this advertise
ment- Enquire at in is omoe. - -aaglS-tf
5 Canes and Umbrellas
f.' FINZ lot received to-day, sad a variety of Combs,
X. Brushoa, Porte Monica, Purses, XraraUnf Bags,
Dressing Cases, as., all aeuiBg U tow rnies. -
' Capital $100,000! ALL PAID IV.
0FTICB Al No. 86, Corner of CedarStreet nod t he
- ; . i Public Square,
w--.rr t i - , . . . i
ma uaaaKv riMKiajfaiDHi uw vr uuiii.
agenyrireou tsuuaings, uoous,
Waresand Mercluuidise generally . Also,
on Snipmentsagainst lots or dan, age by
Seas and Rivers, to and from all points.
ALSO Kirks ou Negroes against thu dai'grrso
. DIRECTORS - . -
ALEXAXDKJt FALL, W. T. BKKKY,.
AX1HOXYW.VAXI.KER, JoHX H. EW1X, .
JOHN KIKK.il A.N, " HUGH McCKKA,
JAUK WOODS. " JOSEPH KDiVAKDS,
R. :. MeVAIHY, IKBY MORGAV,
W. H. EiAN.
ALEXANDER FALL President.
JAMS WALKFJl.Socretiry. . aug!8 .
FIRE INSURANCE CO HA A V ,
Capital $150,000- all paid In.
FFICE Xurth-West Comervfihe I'ubiic .'uuure
Will take risks against lost or damacc by tire
on Dwcliingsaud other Houses, Gcodsin St;re, ie
A iso MariiiaudKivvrnazardtoaDdi roui aliports.
Risks on Negroesagainstthe Danertot the
N. E. ALLOWA?
W. S. EAKIX
JOHX il. HILL.
6. M. FOGG.
ALEX . ALLISOX ,
R. 11. GARDNER.
JOSEPH VAULX. President
W "TSTJTLEK .Secretary oct25
X K V BOOkS
Just received by Expre.s and for sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from the two German editions by
D Fnridas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutledge a.Novel. ,.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
F. II AG AN,
)une2-U 41 College st.
THE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS k
HOOPER is again open, and the large stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at whole-sale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HL'DDLESTOX, Receiver.
tJj Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
night by exjierienced PrescriptionisU.
ALL DRESS GOODS
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yt supplied would do well to examine
them, as w aiv determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CANT GET?
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
July 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
University of Louisiana.
TID2 Lectures in this Department will commence on
tho second MONDAY of November, 1860, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1S61. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional I .aw, and the Juris
prudence of tho United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by four Proressors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB. I J D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RAN DELL HUNT, Professor or Commercial and Crimin-
al Law, and the Law or Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIl'S. IX. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENNEN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United Slates has the advantages
wbirb 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 most be addressed to the Dean
of the Faculty, at New Orleans.
! RANDEIX HUNT,
augl0-d&wt3dmin Dean of the Faculty.
: COAL! COAL! COAL!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
Auna) at the following prices:
Lump coal, per ion.... (ii uu
Round Coal, " " 5 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 60
Mr. Jobs B. Lang will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place.
SAMlKL, J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville. August 16, 1860.
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,
rpHE Co-Partnershlp heretofore existing between
X McCASUN & SIKAUfcK in the
Sheet Iron and Copper Business
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of tbe concern will be settled no only by me.
I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicit a share of the puol c patron
age. J. 1. S1KADKK.
L VXDS AXD IaOTS.
7 E offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
V V rollowing Real Estate, viz:
Lots Xos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street; 54 and 55 on
Washington street, each in L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lots Nos. 6, 34, 335 and 10 feet or 336, in Ewing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 5, 6 and 7, on High sired, in toe Plan of
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat crick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, 46 acres of Land on the Turnpike
road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from
the city, adjoining ine lands ot bam Cayce, n . a.
Ewing and others, and known as the Madox place,
It will make a fiue market garden . Call at once and
get bargains. H0BS0N & WHELESS.
I hare on the market the splendid residence of Wes
ley Wheless, with 87 acres of Land, which has been
heretofore advertised and more detitely described
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
which aue nonce win oe given I about too Lots in a
new addition to Edgefield. S. HOBSOX
No Time to Wait . for the Doctor
A BOUT these times all children will eat green fruit
JLX. At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or In-
rrhcei. No time then to send tor tbe doctor.- Ihe
Griefouberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al
suih cases. No family ought to be without it in tbe
bouse, lis promptness has saved thousands c i valu
able lives in Tennessee in tbe past few years. Only
50 cents a bottle enough r.r a whole ramily ror
w bole season. A fresh lot Just received,
mayla-tf MACKENZIE k MIXCUIX,
i TURNIP SEED.
1 AXDRETirS Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
JL4 Warranted fresh.
Just received and for sale by
RAINS, BROWN CO.
IUTSHELS GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED,
4by A. JENKINS,
no. i miiui Marvel street.
SMDER & PEIZELL
' Hare on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do. So' Leather do;
; do. H binet" do; (a new article J
Gent's Fine Solo Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. do. Valises, (Ash land and oth
: er styles J which they are offering at very re
ancea rates. iu at no. zi ruuuo sqore.
june7-tf -v -
; For Sale.
rpHAT comfortable dwelling, Xo. 165 South Sum-
J. mer Street, formerly the residence of Russell
Houston, bcq. " ' - 1 .
Also No 15 North Summer Street, the present resi
lience or jaa.Gorrey, w). Appiy ii
J. KIKKMAX, President,
Angl-tf . . - v . Union bank of Tenn.
. For Rent or .Lease.
T WILL rent or leaae my place near tbe Mnrfrees-
A boro' Pike two aules from the city for the preaea
rear, or with the Bcirilece of live rears. . There i
a eon van lent Brick DwsUiDg with Kitchen and good
diaklea. and a suleodid well of excellent water.
There are tweive ees of superior land amiable for
raising all kinds f aiark.tlng. -
fseat-tf : , 1JCT3I2SS.
i .- - i- - -' ' - " '
. . I .-.-.a ----d ------ i
Soctlicrn Trunk Manufactory!
4 J 'jf-VPWZr
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
XO. 51 MARKET STREET, XASHTTLLE. TEXNESSEE,
Mannfaclnrers and TtTioTesalt and Retail
, - . - ; DKALEK4 IN ALL KDTOft OT
LADIES' AD CE.MS' TaATELIXG TRIXKS,
Valises, Carpet Bag?, tc, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our 'ine, (wholesale or retad.) to ex
amiue our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident tliat we can sell as low as any other house
in the city. Our stock is all of otir own manufacture
and is made 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 expressly for jobbing.
We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
PATENT TSCXK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments fir Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges,
. All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give ns a call, at 01 Market
street, iwo doors Soulh of the Squar". v
junt-23-Jly FASSETT & CROSS MAN'.
""ee-ROI-EAX MEDICAL IXSTTTfTF.
' , OF
DUS. SAMSON AND LACOSTE,
512 U roadway,
Opposite the St. Nicholas, NEW YORK
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
both sexes, requiring experience, tact,
DR. SAMSON, diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
! DR. LACOSTE,
- OF THE nosnTAL or Xl Pt W PARIS,
' Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Ricord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
BSaXat ure in both sexes, Weaknesses and Nervous
Debility and such afll-ctious of Ladies for
w hu b the new French method of
treat men! is considered the
Dr. Samson's Peruvian Coca, recommended ?by V.
Humboldt and Capl. Herndon,' I'. S. N., against C.m
Bumption, for sale at $3 IT bottle. The be-t remedy
against all atl't-ct ions of the Lungs.
Dr. I.-icostu's Flor del Ucayali, against Sexual Weak-
ner-s, $3 per hot tie. The celebrated Kicord's Pills for
the cure of Sexual Diseases oT a poisonous character, $2
per box. His ladies' Parisian Silver Pills, warranted
to havo tho desired effect. $2 ier box. His Gonorrhoea
Drojis cure that disagreeable allliction in two days, S2
pi-r iKittle. Sides lor protection. .j per aoz-.-n. ah
einodies, wnicn aro siui a secn-t in me nanus oi uui.v
few French lihvsit iaus, can onlv lie had ol bun.
Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of
charge, to all iarts.
. Address IWX 3.0. o 1'osi iiniee.ew lorK.iu rjig
ish, French, Gcniuiu or Sjiauisb.
Oii the European Plan,
CITY OF XEW YORK.a
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort st,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may bo ordered, in the spacious Ro-
fectorv. There is a Barber s Shop and Bath lUims at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. Bkwakk of RrsxKRS ani Hackmks who say
we are full. It. 1HECII,
rpHE aUention or the readers or the patriot, ine
L fjidies more csieciallv. is requested by Messrs
MACKENZIE k MINCHIX, to the excellent Relriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which ti.ey are low
supplying our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted lor putting up ail Kiuas oi rruiis
aud Kernes. 'Ihey are durable, simpm and cheap.
and tbe demand for them is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen h ive been sold.
LOUISTLLE, : ; : : : i KENTUCKY.
Has on band and for sale, low for cash 2 .600,000 feet
White Pine Lumber of the best quality west of the
Alleghany mountains, one Square from Depot. Louis
ville, Ky. auglo-qlawlm
1000 L'ozea Fruit Jars.
200 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tip.
200 " 2 " " '" 'i '
200 " 1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 ' 2 11 fc 44 '
25' " 1 u Flint Glass Jars.
200 " 12 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-lf For sale by J. W. WILSON.
JOHNS & CKOSLKY's
Improved Cntta Prrclia Cemfat Coofin?.
STHS CHEAPEST AXD MOST DURABLE FOOFIXGtS TPK. IT
is fikb and WATkR PKOOf. it can be applied lo new
and old tlooFSOF ai.lkindi and to old smugle ruois
tvilhoiU removing the shingle.
THE COTIS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AXD IS TWICE AS DUttABl.K.
Gftta Pkrcha Cement for preserving and repairing
Tin aud Metal Hours of every descriptiuu.
From its great elasticity, is not injured ny tue con
traction and expansion of n.etals,of will tut crack
in cold nor run in warm weather. 1 hese materials
hare beeu Iborougbiy tested iu .ei iora auu an
parts of the Souihoru and western guiles, auu we
can give anundaut prooi oi an we ciaim iu iunr
favor.- . .
Ihry are readily applied by ordinary lanorers, ai
a trilling expense.
" NO HEAT LS REQUIRED."
Thee materials are put up ready for use, and for
siupiHug to all parts of the country, with full printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be rorwaruea on ap
plication by mail or ia person. at our principal oUI-
tes olll DttOAl- w A 1 , iippolH5 n n uiii-i.
N. Y., 349 FULTON ST.", (opposite City Hall) BROOK
LYN'. JOHNS & CKOBLr.i.
H. H. HAYNES & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale auu Purchase of IVegroes,
At Ko. lO Cedar tree.
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec0-tf Nasbville, Tfiin.
HAVING every facility in the way or workmen
and material to do lirst rate work withdespatch,
I will contract for Tinniugroois, either tit the city
or country, at low rates, and In every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutters, Piping, valley tapping, iwc.
Also. Galvanized Iron Cornices, KC.aonein lue oesi
' r w u.' I f tilV
manner. - - "
ItbS-l . Opposite Sewanee House.
V. . UYKUS & CO.,
No. 52 Main St., Cinciiiiati, O-
MANUFACTURERS of saperior Q Jality. Candies
of all kinds, Gum Drops, Lozenges, Sugar Toys,
French Coiilectiouary, Fancy Candy and Syrup. Auto,
dealers in Fruits, Nuts, Sardines and Fire Works.
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
ii IE hare on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
V V and Half Gallon of these f-moss Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest aud best anicle yet iuvMited
ftr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries!
Tempest's Jars preserve Easpb-rjues I
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries I
: Tempest's Jars preserve Pis Plaxt I
' Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I
' Tempest's Jars preserve Plcms I
Tempest's Jars preserve Quixcks !
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
TiuJiirs of all sizes. . ."'.
ALSO Ludlow's Glassand Tin Jars.a.1 sizes
whicn we areoffering alcost price, as we feel assured
10 dozen best Turn Table apple Pj"ir T
Aug21-lf For sale by J- WLLfaON.
IF YOIJWANT A HOT FIRE
JET'N CO A Ij !
Orders Can be left ia Boi 91, P. 0.
Yard, back of yrfc C. R. R. Depot.
4 - " JOHN IS. .LANG,
aug.26-.tf " ' ' ;' ' Agent.
: A Magnificent Chance.
JWUXsellmv Farm In Franklin county, Tenn., on
Kock Crock,' six aides Soum-wrst oi iullahoma
eonsisling of 6O0 or more Acres of Land. It can D,
dtrUed into two plaoes. It has on it good ";
ments the best of spring water ja good Grist and
Saw Mill, and is within foarmUe of tnreeoelebrated
WfU fufilforination apply to B. B. Waws.oa
tbe place, or te k at Opelousss, La.
. jia&a-wtf B. r. w iuis.
! SHEDLEY, EQAX & CO.,
llcc-elYlug & Fovwavding
Lower Wharf Boat, ''
; jo- A Share cf rublic
Patronage resrectfully so
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Merchant,
CornerCedarand Cherrr .t,, ,
diseof al!clases. Sutisractioa riven to consign
es and purchasers as nearly as possible. Cousigu
eesof goods to tu i market will tiud my auction rooms
well lilted up, aud Ihe goods will be sold without
lay aud the uiouey paid over forthwith.
N.U. No goods buugutorsoldon my ownarcoknt.
Charges reasonable auu liberal advances nude o
cousignmenia. mar 2a
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
CAROXDELEI STREET 27
; KKIV OBLEAN.
V. KlRkPJlf ICS.
a. r. mti-vs.
KIRKPATR1CK & CO.,
TOUCCO l? ACT ons.
CO..IISUQNL FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
No, 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
KKW OULEAKS, I.A.
J. & C. "ilEAKIRT,
52 Second Street, Cincinnati, 0&i).
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Beam, assorted colors
Wire Heddles and Frames,
Steel Heeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c &c
A'-SO, A FULL ASSORTMENT 0
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, Sic, &c, Ac.
JOHN M. SECRIST,
IN ALL KINDS OP
(llttiN AND PRODUCE,
tillitl with promptness, at
Southern orders will be
the lowest market price.
XUW VAIaIa taOOHS.
Allison, Anderson 8c Co
lUrORTKRS AM WHOIJCULE DEALERS Ui
FOREIGN ANI DOMESTIC
R eady-3Iade Clothing,
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE;
aslivillr, : , : : : Tenn?ssee.
E are now receiving and will in a few days have
ready for exhibition and sale one or the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market. -
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
our stock by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel confident we can
promote their interest by giving us a cail.
aug22-2m ALLISON, ANDERSON k
IIISTOliY OF A LAW-SUIT
In ttoc Circuit Court or
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEB AXON ,
For sale ia Nashville by
JOHN YORK A- CO.,
junel6-U" No. S8 Union street.
NASH" & IViAiiR,
No. 25 Collese Street.
Agent for Old! and Reliable
WITH AS AGGEEGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
0 0 0,000.
Down Wth Tour Dust.
IF yon wish to sweep fine Carpets without injuring
a. them or r .isiug a
diifat, Ute THE 1-Ala.NT CA
MACKEN7JK k MIX CHIN.
m SA Ef-PER.
Fresh Corn Mt al.
XV for sale by
July 23, lS60-tf.
EENf. F. KHLEUW Us.
Jnst BeteiTed br M. 1. Parrish k Co.
nn A BAGS Crashed Corn;
aJU 100 bags Family Meal; -S60
bags White Meal Corn,
pria-tf . . ,
Ladies' French Dress and Pack
; JO II Si 'UAliAttG.";
A College Street,
DEALER TM - '
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional snpplies of ladies' Extra
Large Drews Trunks, td the latest styles. Best
English Sole Leather Meet Spring Trunks; Lad we' Boa.
net Boxes, single aad Double Top; Valises, Bags, Ice.,
lor sale at very low prices. .
june2-tf JOHX BAMAGE,
Fireworks ! Fireworks M
FLAGS AND. TORCHES !
JOHN LUCK, 45 Unioa street, baa now tbe best as
sortment in Nashville of everything in tbe above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as
a good article can be bought anywhere. The Torches
are something new, and me beat thing ever introduced
for poliural processions. - . . ugl4-tf .
';: Trunks! TrunlLst-''
"TUFT received a few more LAMES' LARGE FRENCH
fj i)RM 1HCNKH; hole Leather Trunk, b4oci i-prm
Valises and Hags. -
LA tins' ECK3fT BOXES. Tray Tops, very cheap tor
cash. i v - JOHN RAMAGE,
. ' - . Al r-kilAMDateiaAt
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
(tex lik on tsss to oortitia a squaks.)
'-UneSaaare 1 dav al OO eacbad'aliasertio.
! ' ' I week.S 00 tachadal-iqnare
! i. n 2 4 5C ' '
! " lmoutL6 0O .".i "
! . 2 i. 9 oo 44 "
is oa I : ;
. 5 18 00 .'
( t U - 25 00 4 "4 "
I axxiWARu: at r: rtsritr.
inesquare,ot eyer,(30 eactadditionaUquareSlO
f Written notice must be given to take oot nd stop
ad vertisementsof yearly advertisers before tbe year
expires. otherwise meshallchargtl-' done. -
: Nocontracl oryeariyaaveriisemti. oeutacoa
t in ned w it boat prer iou notice to ns j
he yearly rate. -
tie made for lees than (oiaieax at
j -AdTertiieri exceeding ttasr-eeeontrae
From VLSCHER,OWENT k- CO., General Advert latag
ouse ,AppleloB Building 4 Broadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! JLIGHT!!
DIETZ & COt-
aAKCTACTCRxasor laraovmn ...
Kerosene, Camphene, Fluid, tnd Oil and
I GAS FIXTURES,
j l VA1UOCB 8TTL!A!.D fTlTTBH J - "' '
C 11 A X 1, ELIEAVS,
mads to ana aro -
CHCRCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BCTIJ1SQ
Ko.l32WUliamStreet Jiear Fulton, New-Tork.
,febo tfy -
j -i-ji- - ' -:
Xew York Pianos. ?
T. II. CIIA3IBERS' .
PIANO JF0R TES. :
! Established In il82sl ;-t.I
! rY. II. CllAAlUEUS, .
(Formerly Dubois St or! art, and Da boil, Bacon 4k.
. - Chambers,) - -
pwarerootu.ln tlieBIblo IIoct-,j
Cor. Sth street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
-TbisU a reliable place to purchase. Order, by
letter faithfully executed, aud perlect siUsfactioa
N'. B. Send for a circular, with description f
styles and scnedule of prices. iar26-Sm
i Prince Imperial Champagne
FROM j, rPFBVlV
Sold by all respectable Dealers through u
j the Country.
THIS One braud of Cbamparce, which until ta
past year was confined exclusively to the bsl ta
bles of tbe Continent of Enrope,hae' now obtain e
tbe most unbounded success and popularity in tb
country. It Is recommended by seme of tb. Irs
Physicians of the city of New York, over all oth",
wines, on account of its extreme purity and dciio
cy,and those wio once try it rarely use any otb
braud. Although only one year has elapsed siu -its
introduction into this country, the demand
enormous, aud constantly Increasing. Our arratig .
ments aro such as to ensure the quality of the Win
being maintained at its present hu; h standard. - Ih
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, w. beta
the sole Agents of Messrs. Da Vksooe k Co., la
country. E. Y. HAUCHWOUT k CO
' Nos. 468 , 400 and 492 Broadway , New YoY
Sold it Nashville by M. k K. F. CHEATHAM.
Corner of Church and College st
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants, ;
80 ft 83 CHAMBERS ST., XEW lOBS, - -
TTOUI D notify the Trade that they are openia -VV
Weekly, in new and beautilul pauercs,
THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS, ,:
' ; ALSO
A Kew Prii.t, which excels every Print ia the Covii
try for perfection of rxreation and Irun ia fall '
Madder Gotora. Our Prinu are cImkt t1 ataey ia--tae
soarket aad meeting wnh exieasive ae.
II j Orders promptly attenued le .
air4 ' deowly.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Uroadwajr, New Vork.
WHEN completed six years ago tbe t-t. Nicholas
was universally prououueed the muet magnifl-
ce.t, courenient aud thoroughly oigauized estab
lisbmeutof the kind on this continent,. What it was
then it remain-, to-day without a rival in size, -in
snmptuousntss, and in the general element, w com.
Ion aud enjoy men t. The Hotel has acuomtnodatioba
for 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites ol
apartments for umilies. tlx bun.irod persons ran
be -comfortably seated al the tables of its tore pas-,,
lie dining rooins.and nothing that modern art has
devised lor the convenience aud c octal gratihcuuuo
ol the traveung puDlic has Deeu .Knitted in its plan,,
or Is neglected in its practical details, lbe early rep
utation of the house at borne and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and iff
home-like comforts aad luxuries, bus beea enhanced
every year by the unwearied exertions ot tbepropri
tin. TKEADWELL, WHITCOMB
! COFFEE'S 1 A TENT
Far Plain Mocking and Faccy Knittin, .
I " ' ALSO 4 . , , :
Machines for Knillin',1 - ers Shixli,.tc,
' , OF ALL SIZES. ' t
EibMachinesof 141,2&l,2A2andSft2EIb '
. i . OX HAS D AJ.O VAIkS TO OBDKR. ' ' 1 - ' -
THESE Machines use the plain English Spring'
Needle. on a new principle, aad are thecbean-1
est and most rapid machines for k oil ling ia asa.
The Goflee Patvnt Family Knitting Machines far
family and Plantation use, is a new an sneoenful
feature in the useful inventions of the age, and rank
aim the Sewing Machine. - . ; ,y . ; . t
ACEiCT AED SALES ROOM. . ,
; . K0. 577 BEOAUWAT, SEW YOUjL, " '
jun.ll-aio HENRY C LEE. Ageet- :
Fresh Fruits all the Year 1
; THE YE03IANS ' , V
IJHjR CTIUTY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY JLVD
V &Ar E1Y, is unequalled for preserving Fraits ia :
a ties iiLUi, in any climate a tndetinit. tun. Hat -lug
used laese Bottles, we bud then exceedingly
cvaveuient and Just the thing watted.
JuHX J. IbOMAd.in KegUler ot Rural AflMrs.
for utscriplive aad price circuUra, aduress Pre-
prur, at Walworth, Wiyue county, New York. , .
aiaS3-6tcAatw T. O.YEOMANS.
H Minute '
ICE CREAM FUEEZERS,
As Improved for 1859.
Ifiii Stavteo I box Covexs aw Bottoms Txxibd. '
rpHE only Freezer known which it constructed oar
X tree bcientauc principles. - - -
'rhe Cheapet, Best aad most Economical; roqeu-ing
less ice aud less labor than any other, being at the -satae
ti(ue tbe most durable ia stfuciare, and. Most
certain in its operations. ... - -
bole Agent for the United Sntes. - "l
K. KETCH AM Jx CO., . .:.
Manufacturers of Japanned aad
plaaishea Tin Ware. . . i
leois-iui 289 Pearl street. Hw Terk. .
CNlCKERBf CK.ER MAGAZIXE, fur August, ISoO
GODEV.S LADIES' BOOK, for August. t ,
. WAVERLY MAGAZINE, for July 28lh,
For sale by ; F. HAGAX, - , '
-, julyl-tf - ' ' College street
IT. E are ta receipt of a shipment ot tit. flaest "'
VV Coflee ever received in Naahvule, which we are . ,w
ofiferma; to tb trade at a low figure. - " "
Aut-tf. ,. -4 M11X, HOOPER CO.
' CODEY"3 LAKES' BOOK, ror September. "
' i GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, ft Septemaer u i -
FETfciyuN'iJ MAGAZINE, for September.
! MTERsON'S. MAGAZINE, far apteiBbe.3X3
Jiut received, and fur aaie by - - - . & ii
JOHN' YORK CO.,
' aogla-tf ' "" No- as Union stro.
. EDOWY IDOLG. :
rt-r a T llT ftif KEW ENQLANil. w",
Price tl 25. For gals by ;
f v I i
nitfi uere iu ir.- tuau nucc rcn.