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Ka. 59, College Street,
If ASH Y I L L E, TENNESSEE,
Are now receiving their stock of
Fall and iWinter
And take pleasure iu announcing to tlitir
friends and coatomers, and the trade general
ly, that the will have a stock of goods this
season which cannot be excelled.
We meet reepectlully invite all to an ex
amination of onr Good.-', assuring all who
favor bs with a call to give entire satisfac
tion. We at present, invite particular attention
to our excellent assortment of
DEE SS GOODS
VKI.Vyf BOBES, with Flounces, rvry rick ;
TtATVTUffTrK SILKS :
ARMTJh'E SILK, fin color?.) something entirely
SOLID COLORED SILK. hlaia coUr mid Ci-
POULT 'DE SOLE:
EBOCHE SILKS: i
CHECKED SILKS : j
OTTOMA M V ATJR, Xew article ;
OEMAKLI POPLINS, a4
Onr Lace department is unusually attrac
tive this season. New Styles in
Point A'Guille Sets,
Point de Angleterre Sets,;
Point de Alencon Sets.
White and Colored Tarleu.
Curtain Damask, and
A. fall a.sortmeDt of the various ptyles of
French, EnglLsh and American Prints :
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Shoot -ingi.
WHITE AND COLORED FLANNEI, all
Goods f o r Boj's Wfar,
We eall particular attention to oar large
and excellent assortment of
Heaij Goods for Xfgroes.
Tennessee Track for Trowtem
'' JennsJlc te.
TliO-MPliON A. CO.
Pro (SdobSf ttc
7E are now reoetvin mid upuuing a lar and"
t LAMES' DliES-S GOODS,
; SHOES, LOOTS AND DROGANS,
Kch; ro extra size Mud Buofe. and fine Fur ;n.d Wtl
Ha Cloth Caps, aud a larre stock of Variety Gi.-t-.
Thread of all kind, and Yimkee Notions, fcc.
A lar?r block of every vrade r iriul--, lilracbcii and
Brown DomeTties. 1'Luij Lin.--y.-, printed and pbiiu: nil
wool Detains aud Cai-hnxir. Colored Silk, Black Silk..-.
Poplins, tvhapes. French Merinos. Enj,'li-li and i- rmau
M.riuo. Printed American 1 j:ih r, Ribbon.-. Trini
mintr. While jood, EiubroidiTioi. Laies; a lare
etock of while, yellow, red and fcrny FkuimU; Cloths.
Ca-imcr. Sau'iuetu. Jeans, S-.-il Sk in and 1!:ivt
Cloth; Over Coatins;a lar:e -.u k of Slnrl-, Skirt.-,
Fronts. Sliirt Collars. Supciid'T. Glovi . llo-- :nM
lislf H'"" wrr kind. sic .vc
A Uri- ami wrll xrtd .ink "I il-l Im
R EA 13 V - 31 A U E C LOTI I 1 A G.
Gsilin.j of Over Gwt. Buiiie Owl-. Fine CMli
Fnji-k and Mt. Pant.-, and V.-.-t-. l'ud r Shirts
and lraw-.T- A full limr of i!..tre. m.w in more. juf
AIX. .-.- of Sli--s, I!t-' and Bronaiin, Chil:
dren's B-'mts and Shoee. and Infant Shi.-. Iui sti-k
is unusually large, ami will he ild imdi-r any l.idy's
price in tin? market.
il.-.lari'f .ti-t i4
Yclvr-t and RrusseU Carmi-'. 3 and '1 ply half wool
and all roiton Carpel in:;. ltin.li and scuii n I nt liiii;.
wUli h Imx'!1 i l';l.
Knives anil Forks,
Aiws, AuRr-s. ;iiiitt.-i. rioor l k?. 1'a.l l-k-. Blai-k-iug
Viriuhe. Uiaeking. liun. and ;nu u. r. . eho-ip.
We nnwilliiiirly a kiiowl.nlye that r have tin- larjr
et siixk of evt-ry do-ripli"U ei Gl- in lln- riiy of
Xauville. and all we have to sav. is that we intend TO
S1JJ. TllkM. nr hon.-e SILLL he tiie h.-ad .iiarter.-(
for cT?b ami Fhort time prompt buyers only, lhere is
a f a.'h and prompt Time Trade that piiriha--e their
pood-; in this city, and we intend to -oil to th-u Trade
exclusively : and we say to ra-h and prompt tune buy
eri eall and examine our
LARGE AM) EXTESIVi: STOfK
IV 4. .re you buy. lie stirn.
EDWARD TRABUE.V W. II. LL'CL'S,
."r. 7 Publie S.iiar.. :i-lu il!e. T-iir.
VT liavc in mr employ the foi!o,riu 'ntienii'n:
JEO. W SKIKI.HS. lVkreller and oh'er:
;Kf. W. MiKVrXL. Failrv. Bill .-rk and Srtl.--ni n:
JAilES R XHTIUL. Sali siiian;
W. KAYMUXK do;
HAKUF.N'P. KiTHTC. I do; l.i-l but i.otl. i-t
by a gi.id dal.
Thi-se p-ntli-ini n will 1- (.'Lid ! tb.-ir lrii-n 1-at
all times and i-spn-ially tbi-n) ho pui rh isr or 4-a-li
and pav their nov w!h-ii dm".
aiii;24-lf TKAol K 1( T.
HI". Dnl filiS.
. W. "nilWOKTM.
r.l 'l H Tin ,!.
Importers and Jobbers.in
; Foreign ami Domestic!
NO. 53 PUBLIC SQUARE,
NASH VIL.LK , TE.NX KS K F,
HAAT. ou liand and lor sale at the lowi-st market
priees, u ii htM-ral tornis, th kirmT-l and tin
best assorteii Stin k of Fancy and Staplo lry mds ue
erer orh-red to the trade, viz:
Kentucky, Ttnul's.-e and Ji'or-ia Truck for Trows
Lake Shore Jean?. rianneL. Iliiid Ijieye. Tweeds.
Jeans and Satmi ts;
Xejrro Kersey?, Linsey and Baj.'?:! :
llanLation Plaids and Striies;
Sinning. Sheetlnsi and tisnahiirz-:
Bed Ticks. Che ks aud lil!s:
Hlanket ! .-ill U 1 1 1 ! -:
Cloths and Caspimeres:
Iadiiv' Dress IIuchIs;
Prints aud tiiniiham.i::
I. men and While Good- :
FnibroidTies and Ijiccs:
llosit-ry aud ;iove.-:
Thread. Buttons. r. . Ac
A. W. SOI THWUKTH.
;. H. THAYKK.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dtvilerc at Wholesuli in
ay), ss rmuc s(ca at:,
HAVK now m store a splendid stfuk of Heady .Mad
O-tliuttf.or tlie liest makes and cpialitiHH.
A. W. SfTUWlf.
:.0. H. TH4YKK.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Itealf rs at Wholesalr in
Hats, Caps, Ilauucts, Umbrellas
r a u i i: t n aus,
AO. ia VI BL1C SQUARE.
HAVE on hand a lar-'e stock of the latest and most
fashkioable Hats, faM and RonneM. Aim. Im
hrellw-" and Carpet Bas.
ST. DOC LAS.
byro rx liny.
A. W laH'UlkiiliTa.
.j. h. miVin.
DOUGLAS & CO.,
Dmlers at Wb4t-nl iu
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
Writing and Wrapping Paper,
IfO. 63 PUBLIC H'iCARE,
HAVIXO refused to enter the nrlH Eastern Slar
keu thiasraauauDiil th rtxluclion had bora yield
ed on the July pnue of Goodn, the abiK-ntent thus ne
ecred , coonec Ud llhlhehaidMinedi1a-iunUohlaiiiel
for tMah pay tueuu, render uur t,ij, .iri wa
ever otWrxd for salr.
We loo?lway nak liberal deouaia to buvr par
hf ea&k at data of parchaae.
W mrileU part icuUr at tent ion of the trade to this
Grnl Stek. of ntrthaadiMM admirably
rttplri f LOa wants of the suitouimIiuc eooatry.
W are tree hie an tar aaaa af Feaihara, oinaeof
Bacawax, as. ftOBWLag 4 .
BOFGLAS i CO
K, C. Vi'NAIRY & CO
Have on hand
OXE flUXDKED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An F ungual I y Iarge Stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C 0 T T 0 N S !
For Svrvautu, whioh lhry will m il very iow
ly the jiii-o:.
Pt rpoiiP not yet supplied w ill consult
tlitir intcp'st by examine thewj p, ax we
arr tlettriiuiifd rlore (Item vut.
II. F. APNAIUY & CO.
T11T w irlihiif to larrj fur Hi irliip of our
M'!IIMEU STOCK, we have thist day
KEMJCED TIIE PUIfES
of every in
Regardless of Cost.
Persons not yet sui 1 hed will c'o well to ex
anrne il-.em.as we arc iit.imii.ed to C 1CSE TIlll
OCT. K. C. McXAIRV CO
MOliaAN & CO,
Manufacturers of Clothing.
AUK receiving, and will have complete hv the 20th
day of Aimust. a VF.RY lAIUiK AXI FTHS1VE
STiK'K, to which the alien lion of prompt buyers is in
vited auylO-tilloct 1
EVANS & CO.,
Xo.l NaaUvIIIe Ian Kloek
Are in r-ei-''t of their Fall Stock of Foreign and IV-
Varieties and Clothing
(tuts,Slioes, Hats, Bonnets, &.c.
To which tley invite th.' .iiiciilion o the Trade.
EVFRY PRi::F. WILL I'flSmVELY BE
Library Association Co., "
Chartered by the State of Kentucky.
B YERS & CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, 1860.
I,G.() 3Ia?niticent Prizes,
TICKETS T1IP.EE POIXARS.
One Gold Prize of sl,000. One Gold Prize of $300,
Horse, Uiipsy und Silver ilmintcd ILirness $o0. One
Kntsewomt Piano $400, One Koeewood Piano $350, 200
Gold and Silver lever Watches. Maimillceut Silver
AVare, Fine ITiiua Mare, SiK-ndid Jewelry, Fine Family
Ilihlcs, &c. ic.
&y A chance to get one of these valuable prizes for
$3. lo he drawn at I'aducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, October
i'Jtb, 1S60, uuder the nutungemeut of a committee
lected on that day by ticket holders present.
jf-g- All holders of tickets are requested to attend.
Seud and j;et a Scheme with list of l.USO valu
Addrew BYKRS R CI .EM EXTS.
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
i'roiitlns: on College and market ata.,
Soutli of Ilroad,
600 bales Prime Timothy Hay;
l(t0 bales Kaca Horse Hey.
.".000 bushels Shelled Corn.
KM) bales Oats;
eoJ buudlea Prime Shinglea;
- WAGOX SPOKES.
-iSAO Wajiou Sjiokes.
1000 bushels PeunfylTania Oat?.
100 bushels Family Meal.
bo barrels Xurthern Potatoes.
The aboTe articles are ou coosignmeut and will be
old cheap to cloec.
mar-.T-tf , M. A. PARRIsH pO.
Kf Bcles Hunariaa -ra just received and for
OU Mia by
M A PARKUJ CO.
Clieap Feed for Stock.
'PHi: Teed reduced to $3JS0 per barrel by
X BEXJ. F. SHiELDS Jk CO.
July 83, 1360-tf. -
The Little Beauty,
r the Author of the Gambler's Wile.
Mary Stuart, Qoeeo of ScoUs, by Reynnl. hi.
Dickens' 8hort Stories.
The Rabat and tb Roret'; '
Jost recelrad ky J0US YORK k C0M
aaaae-tf 98 Vatsa atrac
A BLOODLESS ' VICTORY ! ! !
1,000,000 Boxes Sold of 1
THISenormooiqaaatity a. thislnvalaable Reme
dy hasbeei purchaset'bcitisensof tbe United
States daring the short time it has been before the
public. The reason for this extraordinary snccessia
simply in tba actual truth and Talaeoftbe article.
Mo one buys the MAGNETIC PLASTER without be
coming its friend. It performs all that ie promised
and carries with it its own recommendation . Truly
thisisa victory peacefuland bloodless but we be.
lieve notlesR glorious than the triumphs of war, with
itsinun of carnage and desolation
The MAG"2TIC PLASTER is undoubtedly the
Greatest St engtbener and Pain Destroyer that Set
encehagyi tdiscovered. IfyouputthisPlasterany
where, if ainii there, the Plaster wil lstick there
untilth Hinbas vanished . TnePlastermagnctizet
he away,aad . ....
eumatism , Lameness ,StiQness, Weakness De
oil.ty, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Cough
and Colds, Pains and Acheeofevery kind,downeve
to Corns ,are I M MEDIATELY RELIEVED, aud , with
ttle patience, PERMANENTLY CLUED, by the mag
calinauencc of the MAGNETIC PLASTER. It is tht
odyin existence. Itsappiicatienisuniversal equal
ly tothestrong man , the delicate woman, and tht
feebici ufant . To eachand allit willprove a Bala
and a Blessing . Its use t sagrecable,and withontas
noyanceor trouble .Its price i s within reach ol all
richer poor; allmay haveit, ana allbhould baveil
wboare sick, and suO'eringin any way.
FARMERS aud PLANTERS should always bo snp.
plied withthe MAGNETIC PLASTER. It w ill be thi
Good Physxian in any household ,ready 3 1 a 1 1 icocs
and atiuEtant uoticc.
Putupin iir-tighttiu boxes. Each box wii.inalci
sixtocihtplafctcrsndany child canspread them
Price25ocutsa bos,withfuII acdplain lirections.
. C. mOBEHEAD, M.
Inrrntorand Proprifl r,19 Waller slrett ,Xew l'orl
MOREHEAD'S MAGNETIC PILASTER IS SOLD 8
ALL DRUGGISTS AXD DEALERS IX . GEXVIXE
j ulyJ9-deoda weowly in
HOW LOST, HOW HE STOKED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A IXCTTRE OX THE XATTRE, TREATMENT AXD RA
DICAL CUKE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary EmikDs producmg lmotcncr.ronsiinipi u und
Mental and Physical Debility.
Br ROB. J. CCI.VEP.WFU., M. D-,
Tlie important fact that the awful consequences of
sclf-abuso may be euectiuilly removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, aud other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated anther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure him-eh perfectly, and at
the leant possible cost, thereby ayoidipg all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture Will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, post-paid, on the re
ceipt of two jmstase stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE. 4S0 First Aveuue, New York, Post Box
4,586. ' julyl8-lf
SA POMl lUU,
Morethan DauLltthe Slrengihof Ordinary Potash
FOR making Soap wlthoutiime, with tittle trouble
aud altriflingexpeuse. The cheapeslarticle ever
discovered for the purpose. One pound will make
twelve or fifteen gallons of gocd Solt Soap, or nine
pounds Hard Soap. Printers willfind ita superior
articleforcleaniugtype. Itis perfectly solubleand
free from impurities.
Rrokenin small! umps and put un in 1 , 2, 4 and 6
Manufactured at the CHALLENGE CHEMICAL
WORKS, Brooklyn .aud sold by
R. DURKEE '0
oct3-dwly 181 Pearlstreet . NVw Tor
AT this New Saloon on Market street , near Ccion
will be regularly set every morning atl, o'clock
aod every evening at o'clock
it. T. FLEMING,
u o v hi:, h u
62 TJiiionS treet, NASHVILLE,
(BetweenCherry and Summer Streets.)
ajr-Ordersfrom the country promptly atteoilcot
May 27 tf
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZIXE, for June;
ECI.ECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. HAGAX,
may'29-tf roB College street.
Air .Va.'rie, Tennessee.
THE Sister of the Order of St. Dominie, well known
in this ami adjoining Stales as exiicricnccd and
comiietent directors of female education, respectfully
announce to the citizens of Nashville aud to the public
in general, that they are preiaring and will lie ready
to receive pupils at the above institution on the 1st of
October. The Academy is about a mile from the city,
and is situated in one of the most beautiful and heal
thy locations iu its vicinity.
The Ladies of this Institution being specially de
voted to the education of the young ol their own sex,
will leave nothing undone to iniiart to the pupils confi
ded to their care a thorough education, in highest sense
of the word. The religion professed by the ladies of
the Institution is the Catholic, and they will impart
special religious instruction to pupils professing that
faith. Pupils of every religious denomination w ill be
admitted, and no undue innuence will be used to bias
the religious principles of the youDg iadies; nor will
any of them bo icrmitted to embrace the Catholic
faith w itbout the verbal or written consent of parents
or guardians. Uniformity an I good order, however,
require the attendance of all at morning aud evening
prayers, and at the religious t M-rcisea on Sundaj".
The course of studies is di ided into four depart
ments, each department having its own dmtinct course
of studies asbigucd it.
The academic year will consist of two session tbe
first commencing on the lirst Monday of September,
the second on the first Monday of February. The aca
demic year will close with a public distribution of pre
miums and honors about the 20lh of June of each
Terms Per SessionPayable in
For board and tuition, $60, $70, $75 and JM) ac
cording to the dcjiartment of the pupils.
Lit in and Modern Languages each, $12 00
Music on Piano, 25 00
I'se of Instrument & 00
Music on Guitar, instrument furnished by
pupil, " 20 00
Music ou Harp, 45 00
Vocal Music, 10 00
Sketching and Painting in water colors 12 00
Painting in Oil, and materials, 25 00
Washing. 10 00
Bed and Bedding, 10 00
Board, Washing, &c, during vacation, 25 00
Books and stationery, when furnished by the Insti
tution, will form extra charges; as also, will medicine
and medical attendance.
No deduction will bo made for absence or withdraw
al, unless occasioned by illness or distnisal.
Pupils will be cliarged from the date ou which they
Boarders arc requested to bring all necessary articles
for the toilet.
The Academy will not incur the expense of furnish
ing articles ot clothing or pocket money.
Pupils will not be allowed to spend pocket money at
their own discretion. Such moneys mast be deposited
with the Superior of the Academy.
To prevent improper correspondence, all letters re
ceived and sent are subject to the perusal of tlie Supe
rior, though in no case is such correspondence prohib
ited an regards parents or guardians.
With the exception of book3 of devotion, no books
or periodicals are allowed to circulate in tho institu
tion, except such as receive the approval of the Mother
For further particulars application may be made to
the Mother Superior of the Academy, or to the Rt.
Rev. Bishop Whelan.
All business letters to be addressed to the Mother
Suiierlor, St. Cecilia's Academy, Mount Vernon, near
Xashville, Tenn. aug27-toctl
TTTISH1NG to make other I n vestments , epro
VV posetosellallour Ken 1 Est ate iu Daviilsonoo.
That Suburban Residence,
situatedonthe Franklin Turnpike, within halts mile
of the city , and opposite the residence ol the late Jo
seph W. Hortou. This la, perhaps, tho most com
manding site ia the vicinity or Xashville, aud is a
most desirablccountry residence. The house will be
sold with 12 or 1 i acres of I and as t (repurchaser may
Tliat Valuable Farm,
known aslheSirosTract,8ituatedon the smuhTurn
pike , (old Lebanon road) within throe miles of Nash.
Tilie,oontaining330 acres. The soilisgood, itis well
watered and timbered , and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acresand upwards, aU of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market
garuentaud dairy tarins Also bat
onsame road , now occupied bj T. C. McCampbell
and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing
about 250 acres. Tnispl&ceiz so well kuown as to
need no further descriiAioa ItwillaUo be divided
losuitpurcnaserb T.C. McCampbellw Ishowthcee
places to any one wno willful!.
Alllheaboveproperty will be sold on reasonable
terms nd ou a creditor one ,two,tbree aud four
Apply to A . V .S .iandsley .Nashville ,or t o either
Six roilertrom Nashville. "
J. A. McCAMPBELL,
Dry Goods and Carpet More
JOHN SHILLIT0 &C0
Xoa. 101 , 108 and 10a Wt Fourth street.
CINCINNATI, OHIO, : -;
laiv fflni1 Slllil rvnittnn
- J . - k. l
Are bow opening aa extensive and complete assortment
of Foreign and Americas DRY GOQ1M, CAKPETlNGs,
1 ULn.iv vii. .iMina, mo., n. 1 ... ...
i Faxnlliea. Hotel KMpers.blaamboat Owner, and pur
chaser! generally, may depend upoa nndinf the bast
lass of Goods, at prises as law as tkay aaa he pnriihaa
as. to the astern Mbm, t.;;j Je.itC. aeaVt-CW
UWVIV UUtLE isi
j i (LATStoriXOXTTUJTEXN.,);.! i,'
T'EXDERShisproCessionabervicaste the eftisens
f Xashvilleand vicinitv. He has been aetiv)v
engaged ia tbe practice of his Prefesaion In alliU
branehesfor the last sixteen years, and hopes by
wuomay iavorhlm with a call.
umee No. 42)4 Cherrv street ,d ear Copt . Stockell's
DR. JOILPi W. MORTON,
fteaidenee.Cor- College and Watkina'Avenae
L 1 (FotunaaT xisra sntsxr,) ,
Office IVo. 63 AortU Cberry Street. '
jan27 tf -
GBO. W. HITCHIXGJ
So. 33 Cedar atreet, '
WILL at all times boy Negroes suitable for the
Jiew Orleans market. All persons havinz No.
groes to sell will plca.-c give us a call.
julysi-tf -' LYLES t HITCHIXGS.-
' "WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
Hats, Botts Sr Shvet, Ready Jfade Clothing
' Hardware, Queenstcare, SfC, &c '
E. TRABFE & Xm II. LUCAS.
IV o. 73 Publie square.
VyrKwill sell every description or Winter Goods
at low ligures to close out as near as possible
before receiving our Spring stock. Our Mr. LLTA3
is now in tho Eastern cities soliciting consignments
and purchasing Job lots for cash and short time pa
per, aud we promise our customers and Merchants
making their purchases in this market, that our slock
will be large and attractive, and we pledge our
selves that our house shall be head quarters for
good bargains for caih and ebort, prompt paper
jaulS tt TRABUE & LVCAS".
Auction aud Comuiission Card.
TO SOITDERX 3IEETiiAXTS i.D DEALERS.
rt 'HE subscribers have opened s large and exten
X sive house Tor the transaction of a strictly COM
MISSION BUcINlSS AND tsKNEKAL AGENCY , with
arrangements for the constant reception of all kinds
d Goods, Wares, Merchandiie and Manufactures in
the various departments of Trade.
It is with confidenceand pleasure that we call the
atteulion of those visiting Nashville to our varied
and constantly changing stock, as the larger portion
of our consignments are from luanulacturen. Jirat
hands, or those forced to sell to raise funds, keep
in view that "the money is made in the purchase."
Orde.s faithfully attended tn when accompanied by
the cash. BENJ. y. SHIELDS & CO.,
Central StoreF, No. 27. aud 2 College bu,
febg.tf Nashville, Tenn.
Tics, Stocks aud Cravats.
TT'VERY variety of these art-clog received and for
B. J sale by
J. H. MkGILL.
Cherry street, one dm.r from Uukiu
Fresh Ohio Com Meal.
JUST received and for sale by
BKXJ. F. SHIELDS CO..
Central Rooms, 27 College street.
AN invoice of B ack Eagle, Aligator and Oakland,
suitable for small lamiiies, just received and for
BEXJ. F. SHIEU CO.,
Central Rooms, College st.
VESPER GAS LIGHT.
The Cheapest, Most Brilliant,
MOST C0.WE.MEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD!!
THIS GAS is generated front Pure Coal Oil, and
for elegance, economy, safety aud simplicity
cannot be surpassed. The fixtures are in the name
6tyle as tbe ordinary gas fixtures.
B- Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildiug,
Cherry Street, where the light can be seen at any
time. THOS. II. TAYUlR.
Ladies Shoes and (jailers.'
LADIES lino black Congress Gaiters, with heels'
' " Lace " " '
" brown Congress "
" " " & bl'k button " "
" " Kid Slippers, with and without heels;
together with other styles of Indies Misses' and
A large and superior stock, of Gentlemen's wear,
Patent Leather Gaiters and St rapt Suoes;
: CalT Congress and Oxford Ties;
EngCalf " ' ' ' .
Lasting ' . " ..-
The above goods are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and which we are oHbriug at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Public Square.
iuue7-tf bgsd SNYDER & FR1ZZELL.
RCSI1E,-i5 New York Mercer Potatoes, good
lvU for eating or planting, just received and 10 is
14 South Marke st.
Benton's Thirty Years in the United Slates Seuate.
Cluskey s Political Text Book. ,
Political Debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln
and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the celebrated cam
paign of 1858, in Illinois.
Life and Speeches of Senator Douglas
Our living Representative Men.
Historical and Legal examination ot tbe Dred Scott
Case. For sale by JOHN YORK & CO.
aug23 - . .. ,
MORE NEGROES LY A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE.
tmeng which may be found every SHADE of the
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union Street.
J. W. LA KG LEY.
WM. S. EAKIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IX
RE1DV-M1DE ClOTim'C, VARIETIES. 10,
, No. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,' "'
7 E invite the special attention of the trad" to our
Large and well assca-tcd stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Which we wilt sell Low for rash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. S. EAKLN & CO. .
UNVERS1TY OF NASHVILLE.
J. BkRRiEV IjxnsLET, M. D., D. D., Chancellor of the
Lntversity, and lYofcssor of Chemistry and Geology.
Cou B. R. Joiixso.v, Superintendent of . the Military
College, and Professor of Engineering.
JaxksF. Hamilton, A. M.. Professor of Mathematics,
sad Natural Philosophy.
J. H. Stewart, A. M-, Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
Ghokhb S. Blackib, A. M., M." D., Professor of Botany
and Natural HLstorv.
Rttv. J. W. Hovtb, A. M.,"M. D., Professor of Mental
and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
R. W. ITntijf, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. AxGLAna, Teacher of French and Draw uig.
C. K. WrxsTos, M. D., Surgeon. ' ::
The First Term of the Acwlemic Year 1SC0-61. com
mences on the 3d of September, I860.
The second term commences on the Zilu or January,
1S61. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12th
Tultiou, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and use of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students are required to furnish
their rooms. . Engineering, French, Spanish, German,
Drawing, Book-koeping, and Fencing each $10 per Term
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years or age will not ne admitted.
Bv the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promoted.
For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
any Member of the Faculty, or .
1. li. JUIUSSU-,
July 23 w2m. ' Superintendent.
T OK AC V O
..; . TO PLEASE EERYB0DY AT "
W 11 O L E S A 1a 1,
RANGING from thirteen cents to one dollar per
pound, purchased w ith a view to - --
HARD TIMES ;
And will be sold with the same "hideous inonster," In
full view. ' ! - T . '. -Also,
& much larger stock of ; , . .
Cigars, Snuff, Pipesv &c.
IThan can be shown by any other house in the Slate.
All of which will bo lower than can bo bought else
where in tne city.
' J. - W. liANGLEY,
aog-25-tft - . . t 44 Union street
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Franlc. J. Bltterlicli,
16 Deaderick . Stcct,' To Staim,
l -MAJTXFAClTJSZiAJrDDSAlIJX .
Guns, lIHcs ana Vistula.
' AU work, warranted to bo of the finest workmanship
sad of the most superior quality. ; A "
1 mr Raaa-a8 aoaa la aao best anaoar, aa4 w
raatoa, . . aag-aa
aw - S''-
CAIN & CORNELIUS.
BU RIAL CASES,
G A S K I T S.
. I No. -19 Cliurcli Street,
'. ( k i " 1 .
- i -
T,U A 11 V E 1a 13 1113
v i j J ob LoU of IZoota an4 Shoe..
WE have a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
rain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
immediately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms
up stairs, No. T1V
june2-ir. TRABUE & LUCtJS.
CHCKCU A nKRStxX .
.JOH. H. aSPSRSOS
CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.,
No. SO Collece street,
BCSnEKS or A Xo. 1 Oats, just received
and for sale by
CHUKOT ANDERSON' tt CO.
; lluugariaii Grass Seed.
WE have on hand a large quantity of tbe best
Hungarian Grass Seed, wliten wo are selliug
low. CHURCH ANDERSON A CO.
E have Just received a large lot of TAK, and
are oil'triug it atAhe lowest figure.
niar29-tr CHURCH ANDERSON ft CO.
WliisltyrWnislsy ! Wliisky! "
TXrE have in store a large qunntity of the best of
t all kinds or the purest WHISKY. All ye lov
ers of the essence of corn give us a passing call.
inar29-tf CHURCH ANDERSON & CO.
Sundries ! Suudrie!
"TOP can find, at all times, at our store, all kinds
X of Groceries, such as Sugars, Coflee, Molasses,
Svrups, 4c, ke.
CHURCH ANDERSON k CO.
I .ECEIVED a supply of Umbrellas idT Silk, Alpar
Xt ea, Gingham aud plain Cotton some extra large
and and others small for Summer use
apr5-tf J. If. MoGILI.
A XOTHEIS Invoice of seasonable Underwear of
XX. Gauze Silk, Gauxe Merino, Cashmere, Linen,
Lisle Thread, Jacconet and Cotton, received and for
sale by J. It. MitUI.I..
ri-AXXER'S OIL, Sporm Oil, Ijird Oil, Coal OH
JL Unseed Oil. for sale at
feb2iv-tr RAINS BROWN fc CO.S
Fresh Corn Meal.
THE subscriber has made arrangements w.tlt one
of the most extensive mills in Kentucky for
regular weekly supplies of Family Meal, aud is now
receiving 3000 liusuela which he oners to the City
Trade at slight advance over cost and carriage
myl2 - . : 15 Market;; cel.
Hide, Oil & Leather Store.
T" KIRK PA TRICK k SOXS, Xo. 31 Sorra Thiro
JL. Street, between Market and Chestnut Streets,
riuiaaeipuia, nave lor sale
j DRY d: SALTED SPANISH HIDES,
Dry aud Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Oil, Tan
ner's and Currier's Tools at the lowest prices, and
upon tbe best terms.
43- All kinds of Leather in tbe rough wanted, tor
which tbe highest market price will be given in
cash or takeu in exshangefor hides. Leainer stored
tree of charge and sold ou com mission .
1 lCli IClLV.t
YTTE have opened our lee Depot in tbe rear of
wv the Mate Bank, and will sell as cheap as any
In the market that is as good. Ocr ice is from Para
dise Hill, thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made
exclusively of tbe best Spring Water in the State, from
four to eight inches thick. We will open a depot on
bontb therry street n iC. Mctrary's grocery store
about ine 1 A
marie-il B E-fcJ. J GARRETT
, 'Vonacco ??;e M;s
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
Ou Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK.. A . M.
aThis arrangement is made for the puroposeoi
oth accommodating buyers and planters, aud I hope
will be satisfactory.
nuu-17-tf Mil TO-
Extra Fine Teas,
OF all the favorite brands Xe
Powder, Silver Leaf, Young
Mixtures, Imperial and Black.
Plus Ultra, Gun
or sale ny "
apr21-tf RAINS, BROWN
Pots, assorted sizes, for
RAINS, BROWX CO.
Ground Feed for Stock.
X additional tmppty just received and for sale
BKNJ. . .SHILUJSS CO.,
27 College streeu
K BBLS. COAL OIL a very superior article, just
received and for sale by
feb85-tf RAIXS, BROWX
tuoal Ollt Co;l Oil!!
J. R. FIN LAY & CO.'S
Premium Coal Oil,
Manufactured in Iouig, Mo.
r HIS Oil is almost colorless clear as the purest
X Spring Water ueordenzed does not crust the
wick or smoke the chimi.ey tbe best Oil made in
tbe East or Wt,ard took the first premium at the
last el. lajuis Fair. One trial is all it nee Is to re
commend it 10 ger.eral use. We bava received a
supply of this superior Oil, which we are ottering to
tbe trade by the b -trel only at manufacturers' price.
M1&Z.LL, HOOPER S CO.,
aprll-tf iup Nos. 6 and 8 Market st
, Coal Oil Lamps.
6 DOZEN Coal Oi Lamps, of various styles, tHleu
with the reelbiated Collins Burner, for sale by
rob'ia-tf RAINS. BKOWN CO.
; I8 6 0.
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are now tn receipt of a complete Mock ol
LAXDRETH'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of
1859, Including all the different varieties of
Artichoke, - Lettuce,' ueets,
Cabbage, Parsley, Nasturtium,
- CauliOour , , . I'epper, Pepper Grass,
Salf try, Eudive, Carrots,
Leek, . Beans, ' Mustard,
Borecole, Onion, Peas,
. Early Corn, Rhubarb, Eggplant,
Squash, Koal Rabbi, Asisu-agus,
' Melons, Brocoli, . Okra,
; Cardoon, ". Turnip, Celery,
. : adisn, Cucumber, - ' Spiuach,
Blue Grass, Timothy Clover, Herds Grass. Millet.
and all other kinds of Field Seed on hand during th
. Country chant, supplied with Garden Seed oa
. anff RN8. BROWN ft CO.
UR stock of Full Bosom Shirts ia again complete.
J For coolness and comfort we commend them as
betn? particularly appropriate to tbe present hot sea
son. Wo bava also a small lot of Pud Bosom Shirts,
together with an endless variety of piaiucj- styles.
We have also received another lot of handsome
Keck Ties, Cloven, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes,
t-ospenders, Hair-boie, te.,Ac. Also, a re-suppiy 01
Seasonable UNDEB-WEAR. Call aud see our Goods.
We are deterrulued to dispose of them at very low
figures, being anxious to reduce oar stock.
JUDe22-tf J H. MoGILL.
Something to suit the Times
I Hungarian Grass Seed.
;A . J E NK INS,
i XO. 14, MARKET STREET,
TX.nticin.tion of a failure in the Fodder and Com
A en.pe, wool j suggest tho propriety of sowing Hun-
cartas urasa seeu extensively , 01 wsicuue u.a mu
got a supply. Also a small lot of
Which will maturo ia from 45 tn 60 DAYS. This arti
cle has been already tried his season, atd is lilghly
raaoBsmsoood by soiaoor oar Mauiam.
1 : - A. JaXEIX'S,
aagS-ST ' S.lUwktltfoMj
T H E . H O AV K
SITING 1! ACii'lNBi
18 4 5,
Their Superior Reputation
Tailors, Uoot ana Shoe.
Harness and Carriage Makers
THE FAMILY MAMINE
Light and Heavy Work,
LIGHTEST TH THE BEiYIEST CAR1IEX7
Cash Premium of $50
Is offered to our PATRONS for the
Rest Specimen ot Sewin?
Exhlbite.1 at the next AXXU.VL STATE FAIR, cra
ineocing Si-plember 10, 1860.
CONE BROS., Agent,
au4-ir 3 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
WHEELER & WILSON
S T I 1m f a A II I $ A D
Challenge all Competition.
It ia the Out)" Jtlacltine
OF ITS Kl Vil
li V K 11 IXYKX TY K 1
"TOXE can compare with it in construction as to du
L rability. Consumes nothing for npairs. In beau
ty of design and finish it stands unrivalled. In point
of elegance and practicability of work done it cannot
be ap)iroached. There being no tension on the lower
thread the opposite being the case with every other
Machine the work will not be drawn, lnfaet.it u
altogether superflous to multiply wordsat tbLt Lite day
as to the merits of the Wheeler k Wilson Machine, lis
popularity is world-wide and co-extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but to praise iu unmeas
ured terms. Tens of thousands are using them through
the entire range of purpose and material for Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction.
Call and see the new Marking Guage ami Instrument
or Stitching in Cord.
Xtw Style IHarhiut Fifty Dollars!
CH. PARSONS, Agent,
augl7-tf UXIOX STREET, XASHVIIJX.
ill O O K K ' S
Office No. 21 College street.
OPPOSITE SEWAXEE HOUSE.
E. D. "WHITE, Agent.
A. RIVA & CO.,
Direct through the Custom -hou?oof Nashville,
AXD DEALERS IX
Wines, Brandies, &c,
From France, Spain, Port ugal,Gernany and Italy;
Havana Cigars, Olive Oil,
YEUMICEIaIaI, Ac,, Ac,
No. 30 North JTlarket atreet,
(Xext door above the Watson House,)
WE bare establisheria house in this city for the
purpose of vending fine WINKS, BRAXOIES,
"aGARS,ic.,&0., and keep conrtantly on hand sev
eral qualities of Wines and Vrandies, which have
never before been imported into this Slate.
We import our Goods direct, (one of our 11 rm being
in Europe much of his time,) aud PAY THE CUSTOM
HOUSE DUTIES OX ALL HIE FOREIGN ARTICLES
HEREin the city , which fact, we think, nlouo should
Cross rvics Wanted."
THE Xashvilleand Xorth-western Railroad Com
pany wiRh tocoutractfor 40.000 CEDAR CROSS
riES.Ufeetlonr. oinches thick, well hewn, to face
at narrowest place not less than 8 inches clear of
bark;timber to be sound ;to be delivered atlhegrade
Una of the road in Xashville.
Tbecoo tractors wanttoconfu-tfor 30,000 WHITE
or POST-OAK TIES of the same size as the a'Mive.to
be delivered on the tine of the road in piles from
ectionltto section 24, enough on .ea4-hsection lo
supply the same.
Person swishing to ma wiieureci miue i resiacni
aud Directors of the Xashvilleand Xorlh western
Sail roadComKin y rV ash ville, Tennessee.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of Union and College sitreeta
THIS establishment, the most extensive in the
Southwest, still continues lo be the resort of
tbe fashion and beauty of our country, which fully
endorsesthesentiments of thoisauds, tbati t Ulne
great EMPORIUM for
Atlbishonsea picturesare warranted to pleaseor
no charge willbe made. .
We woeldaapeclallytnvltethecommunityand opr
friends iageneralto visitour great Hallo! Portrai
ture. where pictures or the most celebrated States
men and Divines can be seen, Tii: Hia Excellency
President Buchanan, the Vice Preeideut, Hia Excel
lencyGov. Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V
Brown.J.A McEweu.Eph.n Foster, aud atnous
andothetaofoelel rity Bishops Pierce, Kav.naugh,
trlyfrayne,Baacom,Soule, Andreas, and Rev. It
Edgar, eu., Ac.
Copiesof theabovecan be bad at a ow price a
ny time. aprl-tf.
Auibrotypes and 31elaueotries,
THE ebeapestand the best, aro made at tho Ar
Gallery, corner or College and Union streets
Daguorooptypo Picture ef deceased persons can her
be coppied and thrown up to the Lift Site Portrait
Please call and ace specimens.
- C. C. HUGHES,
Principle and solo proprietor of the Melaneotrpe
right in Naabvllie. uovil-'tf
Sell only Genuine lmporttd Uoodi.
Oar.tockof Domasticand Havana Cigarrta very
arge ,to which wo respectfully invitetheaMemioa
bo public. Waalwaysguarantee every thms eset
o b. lb. pure article. We should Ue happy lo re
etv.acail from all dealers aud consumers when
hy visit tho city, as waaro AHLEANO DETEK
MiXC D t o S rt b e bos t o ft n d ace uea i s .
ja2-tr . A. RITA CO,
ItOIAL HAVAXA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing ef tbe Royal Havana
LottAry, conducted by titeiianish Govrumect
under the super vis ion of the Captain General of Cob
wd. take place at Havana, on
Tuesday, October 2nd, ISGO.
Sorteo Numeia 643 Ordinario.
Capital Prize 100,000 Dollars.
1 Prise of $100 000 50 j oac
1 ' ' 50.000 1 CO " 6l)0
1 " 30.000 153 " " 40t
1 " . ...... C0,000 20Apiroiimaimns. 800
1 " 10,000 1
4 Approximations to the $100.000, of S00 each ,
of 4H) to 60,000; 4 of 400 to SO.OOO; 4 of 400 la -Jt,-J00;
4 or 400t $10,000.
Whole TUkfU ?20; llalTra lo
t a art era $5.
Prizes cashed at fcteht at 5 per cent discount.
3:llon sll solveBt Lauks taken at par.
A drawing- will be forwarded is soon as the result
becomes tno n.
Aii orders for Schemes or Tickets to be ad
drted to D.X EuPRlGULZ, (care of City Post.)
Charleston, So. Ca- tnayS-td
FE53ALE COLLEGE LOTTEitf!
CHARTi.tED BY THE STATE IX 1S56
W. C. Uawson & Co., Managers,
MACOX, OR SAVANNAH ,GA
o v n ii "jTc u il i i: t
POLICY PLAN LOTTERY!
By this scheme purchaser, can select their own
Nun. hers, aud pny any amount fora ticket they n.y
Ixtra Claaa 2, Draiv.Ort. 3, 1S59.
And on every saooeedlng day (Sunday excepted)
at & o'clock, P. M.
Adr In this Scheme, tbereare 75 Number, placed
in me Wheel from 1 up to Ta anJ twelve ol Iheie
Numbers arc drawn fro"n the M'heel. If a person
selects one Number out of the 7a, and that Numbor
is among tbe Numbers drawn, be gels a e times tlte
amouut invested. If two selected nnmbers are
drawn, be pets thirty for ou ; if three selected Xoia
bers are drawn, he gels two hundred tor one; if four
selected Numbers a re drawn, be gets a thousand tor
one; it Are se'eclea Numbers are drawn, Ave tboiia
and for one; if 4ix selected Number are drawn, uf
teen tbonsand to one Remember, If two, or more,
selected Numbers are taken, aud all ol those Num
bers so selected are not drawn among the Twe-ve
Drawn Numbers, the 1'icket is a UUlW .
Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Daaw Focb (4) Times a Month.
And are the raoKtiiOaral of ay Scheme ever oflen 4
W " P.Uf SON CO .Mna?ers.
M:ico. and Suvamuih.
O - a
E , !-1
Z, c -a ,i
House-keeping Slade Easy.
anK WnEAT HIEEr. YEST CAKES will aiwaya
. insure good wholesome bread. For 15 cents you
can get one dozen Yeast Cakes, which will make 60
lare loves or the best bread.
SOO CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected b
expresa Almost every family iu town has used it
For Spring cleining it is invaluable for washing
Paint, Looking Glasses, Giliied Work, Marble, suiver
or Plated Ware.
RKFRIGERATORS. We have sold a targe let 4
those famous Philadelphia Refrigerators. We have
a large lot coming. They are warranted to givesat
isl'action, an ihcy are not oniy the best but are the
aju 14-tf MACKENZIE A MIXC11IX.
WATER COOLERS, &c.
JUST received direct from the manufacturers anil
lor sile at loner prices than ever before old ia
25 plain Water Coolers,
25 Porcelain liued do.
10 MclJouald'a Refrigerators
6 Schooley 's PaieMdo.
60 M .eser's 3 minute t'reezeis.
2 Seamore s Pat. Free its.
I also make plain Ice Cream Freezers to order c4
60 Doz. Mason's PaU Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1
and 2 quarts.
30 doz. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing.
40 doz. 1 quart Glass r'ruit Tars.
Ice Picks and Hatchets
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers.
10 ao. Plated Dippers.
0 doz. Pat. rig W hips.
J. W. WILSON",
priI17 17 College street.
Sit Lux et Lux Fuit
COAL OIL LAMPS
YVTEhaveJust received another supply of Coal Oil
V T Lami8, among which are some very handsome
patterns tor parlors, all fitted With theCiiius burner
which is the last improvement aud is immeasurably
superior to any other Lamp now before the public
for softness and steadiness of flame, freedom foui
amoke,aimplicity In construction, beauty and ele
gancein finish, cleanliness and economy. One Lamp
will give the Ugh of four candle, aud does not cost
as much as one- The Oil we h.ive imported to bura
in these I-ampsisa clear, beautiful article, free fruia
auy offensive odor, leaves nog.easespot when spill
upon carpelor clothing and will nntexplode.
RAIXS, BROWN CO.
Wholesale t Retail Druggists, No. 19 Public Square
Xashville Tenn mar.ltitf
Kr B3LS. Extra FamUy Flour; 100 bas Extra
OU Family Flour, ana 60 bbls Superune Flour,
just received and f sale by
mar30-tf S.i. 14 South Market at
G . B. BROWX, A. J. HOOPER . G. MEEELL.
MIZELL, HOOPEK & CO
AN D DEALERS IN
F0UE1GX A.D DOMESTIC LIQ.U0RX, TOBAC
co, cigars, mm, tl,
Noa.G and 8 TIarket Street,
WHISXLES, BSANDIES, WISES, Ae.
E have in store and for sale cheap to the trade
1J5 bbls. Jo. Xewsom's celebrated Whisky..
65 bbls. Old Bourbon Wtutky.
75 bbls. Old Rve a prime article.
15 bbls. Old Rye Warranted Pure.
85 btls. Tennessee White Whisky.
45 hall barrels Cherry Brandy.
25 quarter bbls. Cherry Brandy.
30 quarter bbls. Ginger Braudy.
10 bbls, pure Robertson County Whisky.
4 bbls pure Apple Brandy.
26 quarter casks Holland Gin.
75 bbls. American Brandy, .
15 bbls. Sweet Malaga Wiue.
With Cot uac, Catawba Brandy, ke.
jiuS-tf MAC MIZELL, HOOPER A CO.
VITE have In store, aud for sale cheap, a large as
aortment tf Safe., which tor durability , and
completeness of manufacture stand unrivalled ia the
MI7EI J., HOOPER A CO.
Jauft-tf sac Xo.'a 6 8 Market Street.
k Foil and Choice Stock of Dry Goods at Co
NICHOLSON & HUMPHREY'S
UP to the time of receiving Spring Goods we wilt,
offer our entire stock of STAPLE aud FANCY
COST FOR CASH.
Our object ia doing this ie to reduce our present
.lock as much as possible before getting new gooes.
Up to that lime all who wish to buy cheap good
will do well to call oa us at Xo. 22, South side of the
E. it. GLASCOCK. O. . KKWSOM.
Offlte, Cvllefett. , mextdear to Merchants Bak, -0
alert in aad Agents for taaparenaaa aaa
aala ef - ;
Banting Hoa.aa r Land la the city or coun
try. Will alo eiT their nwUvni.d attea
tion to the Gollootion of Claimf, egoua
Uoa Loans, 4to., co. .
E . U . GLASCOCK
(TTILL attend to al tables of Property of every'
Y dcas.ripuon .itheria townor oeunur.