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PUBLISHED DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A. S. CAMP, & CO.. NO, 16 DEADERICIC STREET.
NASHVILLE! TENN. ERISA AY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1860
NEW SERIES NO. 1470. '
t nurts i
Daily, per uma 00
Tri-weekiy, personam, ft eO
Weekly, per aanara 3 OS)
Ooe Weekly for twoyears, ortwo Weenies
for one year, in advance, 5 00
When the Daily, Tri-Weekly, or Weekly U to b-e
diacosuaiwL' paid in advance at the time subscribe d
or), l be wlix nber must order. oa rwise rt will be
continued, at oar adoption. until paid "or and lopped,
r not paid, 11 ortbepaidatthe time of djaooausa.
ace, or at ooropuon. If the party is good, il will be
sent oolil paal.
Remittances by mill, in "registered" letters, at
Steam Press Printing Concern!
1. S. CA3IP & CO., Proprietors,
Ho. 18 Eeaderick Street,
Is PuUUkei D-iCy, Tri- H'eeWjf and XTtrily.
.. ner annum.
(5 per annum.
$3 per annum.
The Patriot fa an earnest, active sad indefatigable
supporter of the Constitutional l'nin cause, and as the
present canvass f the Presidency will esc ev-rfeoOT
orable effort to promote the election of Bkll and Ever
ett. To enable us to Ubor with iucreasod efficiency
we a-k our party friends to aid us in cstondmj it Cir
culation. By the purchase of the printing citab'.L4irjn?nl of the
'Acre, and rco:nt additions of new materials from tho
founlri.-s, the Job Offics of Hie Patbuit has been made
th.j largest and most comp'.eto in tho South-West. It is
a'.to bup'tp.ed with the ui-t competent workmen.
Siea-.u had been applied to our iTcssra, which are of
li;e best kuiii. We are prci-ared l print, iu tho high
est stylo of the art, i-l.iin, in color.-, or lr.sz.
CI IX HEAts,
And, ind--el, everything from the nujrat Ti? to the
nuumuoih Pl. r, or tha ls.-.st Pamphlet to the largest
Th? large circuUtion of the Patriot, great'.y auginen
ted by the aUuku thereto of the subscription lists of
.V, renders it aa cxccllcot advertising medium.
None belter in the city.
g- We solicit orders, at our oEce, No. 16 Peades-
Am s. ca:tii &. co.
Tiirj ri' l.Nifl TTT MATTHEW ADDY
J. with me in biilin.-ss, the name of the firm to be
Ji..lrt Vl.iore & Co. "J" . V .
July 1, IS) Walnut streeU
BOBIHTT IIOORS. JtATTHEW ADDT.
KOIir.liT 3IOOIXE & CO.,
Produce Coniniissiou Merchants,
No. 49 Walnut street,
IMr. base and sell, exclusively on commission, ITour,
Ru-on. tbeese. liuifr, ina, - v
.. . i i... i-ju-L-.-t Tubs, and artl-
Ies of lomestic iiauulelure and l'lloUUCt general.).
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
II. fZOSCOE & CO
WHOLESALE AND EETAIL DSTIGGISTS,
t- w- -r rjr Pj-ruifl nd Market streets. I
WE are prepared to execa'e order for Dmsi
and .Uedielnee and all
lag to tue ITug riusinesa, with despatch Bd at tne
ThT-same atteutioii will be given . heretofore to
. r.. ..nd ou.htv as reoreseated
nave cc. j t ... " o- - , ,
and in no lustauce will au) thmg be put up that is of
a doublfulor aopbisticaiea cnaracier.
.. .r,,..n t.. mimiaiti the reputation
1 L . UUI IMH-MMw -" " .
. . ki. i... ... ui!i,ir none but Pure urugs and
oaf B cauuuww " . " rt
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite you to examine
our stoc before buying elsewhere, believing we can
snow 501 inducements seldom offered tn thi- or any
... .1 .... in .(iiiiiMkii to Drues e have
. . . . ctrMJr 1 if Per.umerv.
coustauuy - - . . . .
Wupabd Toilet Articles, White Iead, Linseed Ou,
.. 1 . 1 . ... .. rir... ff.r rtiMll
no open lor the reception of visitors. On and
1 ...... -1 1,. 11, ti ni J.ilv Mr. Jksuck
If 1 a L.. . J " j J
.. . ;ii ... - - ....imDniliMiiR tin.mbif I eavin
. . v. . . . .. u..t. ov.-r' futdav.lhurstav.anu
:. Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. it .arriving at the Springs
to dinner lare two dollars -face aud register at
w- . ii . . . . . Thrt m.iit.kl uunhties of tnese
Springs are well known. For dyspep3ia, diseases of
.the liver, and lor complaints inciatnt to temaiea,
uhey are uusurpasseu. There are five sulphur
springs of d.fferent qualities, besides free stoue and
Jiewl) Uisc JVereu cuaij uwic.
Xerms'er Pay 1 50
" Month 30 00
TJorte per week 3 50
.dul4recand servants half price.
" WM. I. YEATMAX,
E. J. KREiDEK,
XelesraiiJi Chalybeate Spring.
rhie water is brougU four hundred feet iu ten seconds
nWiim in ii.formin? ibe nnblic tbat be IS
1 n. ,i.lv Lu wait on ail who niav favor him
1S..J wr,n i;v'.':iip.l ou ths cst side of Cumber
land river, at the cud of the wire .bridge Families,
iroia 4 to to; One Persou.tl; by te.irmk. 5 cents.
, Payment in auvauce.
Carl'OUAte of iron, Carbonate ol Lime, iuliale ot
.Magnesia, dulpbui f .Luae", afunaie ol aUguesia,
Muriato of doua. -
ti C,.A craviir of the fresh water a
1 01222 distilled au.-r btuig takeu as a standard
' 'i .....irKtiinuthat the witer has already been ben
eiicial to fevcral invali'ls. It will be bcLetioai to a
a eater degree wheu Uken freth from the Spritg
'.' i . ..... it cttm.iLintandlnic.audadai.l-
.1 bUUb'lU IMUUWUUvv . . '
.ed.conseuueutiy.lo cases of debmty.accouipauied
fwtm inauumw t.u.."." v ...--j
WiCWd .a pletnoric ana -TJ,".
ft- . r fimt lh. Snrillff kePt b" SlT. V.
i'tusa at U- eastern eud of ttie tusinsioa bridge b
cood Lha'wleiie waler.aud that it is adapted to
many hm. ot debility. B. W. Hall, 41. O . tt-
It,.. r-. vi it ll.inrf i'HNiW.
nines, M. !., Boyd McNairy , U. 1J. ,R--b. alariiu.
Valuable Town Lots
& O U X rV IV V LAXDS
I AM onenng for sak on reasonable U-rn-s, the
following property: Sd handsome Uuildiug l.o'S
a tne 1th and btu Wards of Naabviile.
Nine lloosea and Lots of variou. dimensioos, from
laree u small comfortab.e resiiencesat luw prices,
to the city. .
One double three story Business House on Broad
etreeUoccupk-dBt preseut by Hardcastte Co.
jue Tract of about 22.4 acres, Uiree mi lea out on
.. . .. ii.. .. r..' i.i.iuijii lii)riLil mm l-miu
a" . uc w . - o 1 .
urt Ken part of the Lucus or Crulcbtr tract, good
uoe Tract of abont SI acrt,on the M urfre.al.uro'
Turupiks road, a usj juctau ith the itoue's River
' TurLpike one-half unle out adjacent to W. B. Lewis
. . . ... vut. kr i . 1 m 1 1 V
One Tiatt of aboot t act i, eight miles out, near
the ilurfwsbort' TuTtipik' Good improveu.euU,
rood waw.r and limber.
B r .k....i ui .fivaon the Franklin Cei-
uu rM..M -
leee and Moue s river Turnpike, T miiee out acres
tleared, balai.ee good timber aud well watered.
- one lract of about 16 acre. adjacut to ame on
. T ...... . . .. u. ,rfft ' "
the tiil, Irootaoa saw iiubf1"1 ... - r
.... . . i . .. ... . ..... wjii 1 rood.
.. V. T . . ....... t.. i.oii tn mi lea out. near
ln.iha hpruiSs,oue mil Jid s half North or the
M url reesboro' 1 u re pike . mostly weil urn bt red , about
40 acres cleared aad e-eral other JoU and tracts
.f laod iu Nashville aud ticiuity.
For furtUrr parlieulai ca.l on Naxcx k OOOWAKD,
Jio. 50 t berry street. '
Youug Negroes at fair prices will be takeu in ex-
Juim.25 lm CAA JAMES U. ULKELL.
r. Liaaies' tionu t Hoxcs.
: t .-TrjsT reteired a large aaiortniect af Ladje' Boa
1 ... d. c4rA Au! fuinbla ti.UA aud DTava.
iu. Ijjim'.-W, belaaad Traveling bigs, which
loAttt fwr cheap fur cash. , -. . ( .
- hatlXf - 4tJ tallaga atre.
ashville and Chattanooga I..K.
Change of Schedule.
OX AND AFTER
Sunday next, April 29, I860,
Passenger Train wiU run a follows:
' Leave Nashville at 4 a. v. and 3 r. sr.
rrive at Chattanooga lOr.li. and 1 .45 a. jr.
Leave Chattanooga at 7:30 a. m. and IiOr.it.
Arrive at Nash vale at S P. v. and a. a.
ALL rail connection, and shortest route to Boston,
New Y'ork. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washingt'iu
City, Richmond, Petersburg, Lynchburg. Knoxville,
Savannah, Char too, Montgomery, Memphis, New Or
Both Trains cunnect at Stevenson with Train3 on,
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, and at Chat Lain va
with Trains on East Tennessee and Georgia and West
ern and Atlantic Railroad.
Through Tickets may be had at any hour on applica
tion to Tjcket Agent, at office at Ik-pot, to the following
. : .. tl.d t. .1 ii. in tt rwiii vrw -
Nashville to New York, via. Charleston, ?. C.
n f a.
- 18 OO
U a . k e. i n .
Montgomery, - -
Holly Spnuys, M
'e. W. COIJi, Superin'.enden.
THE Nashville and Chattanooga Kailroad Company,
iu connection with tho Roads below, are ruunm
an Express Freight Train from Charleston and Savan
nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the siiw
certaintv as their passenger Trains. No delay to freights
bv this rout-.-. E. W . Cll,
Cliarleston and Savaunali
V IV Va IGUT 1a 1 1 R .
Kaits Rednccd and Speed Increased.
EXPRESS Freight Trains on all tho roads. On and
after the 24ih of December, 1S59, through rates
from New York to rsasnvnie:
Firjt Cla.-s. per 100 pounds
Second Class, " " Ti
Third CUe?s, " 4i 1 J
Fourth Cias, " "
Time from Savannah and Charleston to Nashville turee,
three and a half and four days.
Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a
ball, eignt ana nine any a.
.... iMiiiu canae tho above variations in
time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three
No detentions bv ice or snow, overcnarges auu
damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly
adjusted by the Nx-hville and Chattanooga Railroad on
delivery. C. W. ANDERSON.
Freight to Sew York and Philadelphia
Cotton and Vtour,
CHARLESTON AND SAVAXXAIL
Cotton per bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight 4 25
Flour per barrel , . d
No insurance necessary except irura vmu .-u -
vannaii to cw 1 ... iuu u.v.i.u.
. . n, , .... .iT.t i. hi nn i .-riM'i.-ie of siea-
V.'Ll".. v- v. . "J '
i .-. ...... it --.Ti Iw t r.Mi'liL.xi from New
York to foreigu ports at to 2 lo less than cotton not
comiH-essea. l.;... r ,h
Througn recelis issueti vy iuc xic.js" 6"
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad. .. ,xr
dcc23-tf General Agent.
JST LINE EAST!
COMME KCIKG ON J L Ms.
Mttle Miami and Columbus and
TI, HAMILTON & DAYTON
From CINCINNATI to
Rctnn in 321: hours. New Y'ork in 30 hours.
...ik.. ... oa k.iira. Baltimore in 24 hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 hrs. Albany in 25 hours.
ButtaJo in la nours. - :
Cleveland in 8 hours. Pittsburg in 12 hours.
Wheeland in 9 hours. fcteubensville in lOAi hours
Crestlme in 6 hours. Zancsville in 8 bours.
Sandusky hi 10 hours. loieoa in ; uours.
lietruit iu i.i uvu.a.
Thronrh Trains leave Ciceinnati as fallows:
730 A. W. ECPBESS From Little siiama
tieuofc, ana iron. ; ; ... . , '
connects via. Columbus, Cleveland Dunkirk and Butlalo;
i r-.i k..s rvxiiiine. and Pittsbursr: via. Columbus.
Tin. w.imuuo, . t, i.
SteubensvUle and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar
and Pittsburg; via v.oiumou, ncuaa
.o r ni nvPliEM From Cincinnati.
nam il ton and Detroit Depot, also connects via. Lima,
Detroit ana lauBua, j ."u. "
... w-vavnwK From T.iTtln Miami
T.... Columbus. Bellair and Benwood:
viaVColumbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Columbus,
iwti,n and Pittsburz: via. Columbut, Cleveland,
Dunkirk and Buffalo.
0 f. m. EXRENS From Cincinnati, Hamil
ton and Dayton Depot, via. Lima, Toledo, Detroit and
Canada; via. Dayton, Clydo and Sauduhky.
JTIoderii Sleeping Cars on this Train,
. . . w?w 1J1T uriJ From Little Miami
rxtxit connects v laT Colunibus.tjteubciisv.llo and Pitt-
burg via. coiumou, x-i . ..u.h,
lumb'us, Belliar and Ucnwood; via Columbus, Crestline
and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, Cleveland, Duukirk and
Modern.SleepIns " Train.
FassengerB lot Lake Eteamer, leaving Cincin
nati at 7:30 A. M , have 5 nours in Cleveland.
Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct cannections.
The 6 P. M. Express, Saturdays, milus all con-
a J" 1-..4
nediuns as aavtriisea, exccpijur jjarvu,
and points in Canada.
n v;ki rvnr..-a r..n flail v. Saturdays excepted.
All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted.
Trains run by COLUMBUS TIME, which is 7 Minutes
taster luau v.j.v.i.-t.aii imic
Baggage Checked Tlirough to
all Eastern Cities.
.km.l.l knar In minrl that the "CIX.
ClNATlr' is the OLD and FAVORITE ROUTE. Con
nections are made promptly, the Roads are thoroughly
...ii iTin .. all modern improvements adoutcd
iusuring sitti, cojo'okt and SAJ'ETY.
... oi.i .i ,11 the PRINCIPLE KAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST and SOL TIL Ask for Tickets
j v trili-ii'r-11! ueoenu AiiA:w avu, vui ii.
juue30-tf , -
- FOR SALE-
OX THURSDAY, THE mil wi
next.at iUdison. the county sea of St. 1 raucw
County, Arkansas, I will soil at public auction, my
term, lying seven inaes iwnu-n o wuuu,
five miles Irom the line or the Memphis and Utile
Rock Kdroad, situated in T0.K.0 Creek Bottom, and
enurely Ine from overfl .w. Tho Tract cons tts of
ONE THOUSAND AND FIFT Y SEVEN ACRES, of rich
cultivable Laud, w.th all appertcnanees necessary to
a Gutt.n tirm, is conunu.liy well waterea ana
cleared m liberal proportwu.
. TERMSj In three equal payment: The first to be
made in city acceptance in Memphis on the 1st of
January, 1MJ1 ; tbeoluer two with mortgage security
upon the laud to be made successively taoueaoa two
) ears thereafter.
Infuriualion as to other particulars may be had by
examination of the premise, or by addressing tfe at
Green Hdt, Wilsoo County , Tenneasee.
-At the same time and place, I will sell oa three
mouths tune, my farming stock, uteneoa, eora, fod
der, ac. ax. A. T. GuOULOE.
aug3Hlww tiU ScplS
Extra Family Flour.
1 r f BAPBt't- Extra Family Flour ,uiau afac tor
10 U d (rout choice Whita Wheat, to arnveto
.Ay.aodfersaWUy , ' ' .
iivc.it ?t:tloi.:l loutc.
. To Baltinior Philadelphia,
NEW TO UK AND BOSTON,
AND ONLY ROAD to
AND BJLT2H0HE AND OniO
R AILR O .A-D 3
'I "ERMINATE at Bait iiuorc and Wa-himrton City on
1 the Eat, aud Colmu'::s on the West, at which
places it cr-untt-ia with Eailroads for and fiom aU
Tfac West, Scutliwtst and .orilnmt.
Pass.n!rers bv this rout" can visit the cities of Balti
more. Philadelphia. New York and Billon at the cot.t
of ticket to New York or Bobloa aioue by olb.T liues.
Tbrouth tickets can be procured via. Washiugton
City t the laU rn CitK'S at an additional charge ol two
Sleeping Cars attached to all train?.
TICKETS GOOD LSTIL USED,
With the riivil. ge or stopping off at all principal
points. . ,
Business Men or Traveler?, fr Heasurcor Iuforaii
tion. can visit ali the lasteru Cities at a comparatively
small exiwitfc. Toe tccuerj" s celebrated for its won
derful beauty and sublimity; it is unquall.-d in tiie
world. Its svst.JU of Day iaid Night Track Police; its
splendidVquipment; its exclusive Telegraph Lines ; its
Urge amouul of double track: its line Hotels, (uuder
the surveillance of the Company.) ensures to the is
Ectlger SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT.
Tlirough tickets and ha;.TMe checks can be obtained
at a.'l tho pruicipal Railrwvl and Steamboat offices in
Alr f.r Tielc(ts via. Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad.,. ... .. . ,.w -
AV. p. SMITH. Mii.stc-r of Tnin?iioi lation.
I L COLE, tJcueral Ticket Agent.
H F. FL'LIJCK. General Western Ae.tit.
J. W. BROWN, Gen I Ticket Agent, C. O. R. R.
Edgefield & Kentucky Kailroad.
A'aslivillc to Clailisvillc, Ifoy-
Itiusvilie, Jlnssellville, &c.
OX AND AFTER
Saturday, April 7th, 1SGO,
Two Trains to and from Clarksvillc daily.
Uave Nashville at 6:30 A. M. and 2:45 P. M.
Arrive at Clarksvillc 10:25 A. M. and 7:15 P. M.
Iz-ave Clarksville at 6 a. m. and 2:45 P. M.
Arrive at Xashville 10 a. m. and 7 t. it.
The moruine train from Xashville connects at Spring-
flald with a daily line of stages to RusseUville, and at
Tail's Station, near State line, with Slaughter & Co.'s
daily line or lour uorse coacues to xiopaiusvuie, n.y.,
via. Treuton. Petnbrake, kc.
From llopkinFviile suigi-s leave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducah. Smithlaud, EddyviMe and Henderson.
Fare from Nashvnlo to Henderson 4 ou.
aor7-tf Chief Engineer.
Notice to Shippers.
F being of the utmost importance for the 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
complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in
order that the freight trains may be ruu on tho time
laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that after thir
ty davs from this date, freight will be received by the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad Company at sched
ule stations only.
Rates on Flour Reduced.
ri HE Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad will receive
X at Nashville, Wartrace, Sheibyville aud Stations
on N. & C. R. R- between Xashville and Wartrace, and
give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles
ton or Savannah, at One Iioliar per barrel through.
E. W. COLE,
Sup't of Transportatiou N. & C. R. R.
IaOuisvIIIc anil ftasUville
rriWO through Express Passenger Trains bc; een
i Nashville aud Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville lor New York, Boston, Pb'ladel
pbia, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Nngira
Falls, Cleveland, CiuciuuatiSt. Lorn is, and the Far
On aud after Scxday, Jclt tub 8th, 1800, trails
will run as follows:
First Mailtraiu leaves Xashville at 5:00 A.M. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow J uuc
tion,Elizabethtowu ,and allr.-gular stations when sig
nalled by a nag, aud arriving in Louisville as 1:40
P.M. lleturuwg leaves Iouisvi!le at 5:10 A.M., stop
ping as above, aud arriving in Nashville at 2:15
Second train, Express, lea vesXasliville at 5:50 P.M.
daily, Suudays excepted, stopping as first train, and
arriving iu Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Returning leaves
LouiSTilleat 6:20 P. II., stopping as above, and ar
riving in Nashviileat 3:05 A. M.
Gallatiu Accommodation Train leaves Xashville
daily (Sundays excepted) at 4iOP.il., and arriv
ing in Gallatiu atb:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla
tin at 7.00 A. il., aud arrives ia Nashviileat 9:10
Through tickets on salo at the D'-pol for all points
North, East aud West, with a choice of the many dif
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
A. J. Fi ki d, General ticket Ageat.
S,ivii iiic Pieces !
At acciilenU will hftpjien, even in well reyulatrdfami
ItVs, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, 4c.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. Il 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 tho 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 tho best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used in tho place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
'USEFUL IX EVERY HOUSE."
X. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price,. 25
Wholesale Depot , Xo. 48 Cedar street, Xew York.
Address, HEJiEY C.SPALDLNG &C0.,
Box, No. 3,600, New York
Put up for Dealers ia Cases containing Four, Eight,
aud Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanving each package.
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLLE will save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by au prominent Statkmers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers aud lancy 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
1 Shelton's Marble JWorks !
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
i ashville, Tenn.,
ri illE undersigned would inform bis menus
X and the public generally that be will con
tinue the MARBLE BL'SLNESa in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabiuet
shop, ou Church street, and calls attention to
tho stuck of
Jlarble lUouuiucnta, Toiuba.etc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
MarbleiMantlei; and every description of Marble
WoriC oi tue tun I American and Italan Marbie. His
work will, as heretofore, be warauted, and his prices
to suit the times. M. L. SHELToN.
Juufl tf. '
SCHUETZE & laUHOlaPF.
H g AXUFACiUREBS OF IKON bab,
1A GRAND, t-yCAKtaua raiuvn
.MH'iiMi HiitTKS. made with
.11 . t A.....t t . fl.lcJlVA to 1
mil feu. iui..u.hm.iiw '
superioti'.y of Ute, touch raid d.rability, GOL
UtDALS awarded at the rairs ia New iik,18
'Maud '65, and iu Si. Louis, 1S5. lcaler,Soh
and Families will save money by calling bet-ire p .
chasuig. AU instruments guaraateed lor laree y .
Harerootue ioi BKOOaK Sf , (a lew doors W ee
B.oadwsy,) Saw York. febil-
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supureeds all ethers.
jootOli . : MACKB.-3K II lUNCHJCi
CHANGE OF TIME.
3sr is w boue:is,
JUST IUXE1YED BY
JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kellys and tlie O'KellyB toy Dr. Thone
Margaret Mancriefle by barles Burdett.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne,
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
U ill ou the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Panloe.
How to en.ey Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
livii g Koi.-ecntat on Meu.
Art R- creali-uis.
HabiU vt Good fi-ceixy for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Ule's Morning Life's Evening.
Xolee on Xcrsmg by Miss Nightingale
El FircUlis by autiior of Lamp Lighter.
Eryant's Eulogy ou Washington 'rviug.
j jtil Re ct by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord llacauUy,
T hiey Hail a l.ovel by Thoaais Hood.
Throne of I avid by author of Prmce House of
The Floreuce Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Bibhcal Reason Why VI ord of God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, of RedcliO.
Mademoiselle Jlor; a t.le of Modorn Rome.
S9 v Years, and 1 tiier Storie - Julia Kavauugh
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Shop on Church between Cherry audCollegests.,
a'ila; JUkdarslsned respectfully informs -the public
that he has recently taken the Bbove stand and
is prepared, o do Blacksa ithiug in all its branches,
such as Horse-Shoeiug.Euggy-Repaii lng, Ac.,ic,
iu tue bust manner and at snort notice. Ue solicits
a share of public patronage.
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large Eize, will be Bold very
ti low to close scocsigiimeut.
jcuelS-'-f J. W. WILSON.
A Xew Supply cf Ohio Role Butter.
1 -07 POUNDS ofFresh Butter Justresciwed pe
1J J Polaud, and for sale by
BENJ. F SHIELDS Jt CO.,
aprO-ti !" 27 College street
The Inprcceifeiittd Success
Which has of late attended the use of
Sa. X. SWKl'VT'S .
INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict
ed with 1 iles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial etlects. It is tke only prepira
tion that can be telied on lor a permanent aud spee
dy cure. H yuu are sfflicted try it at once. and be
careful to use do other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded uuder the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will return the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
jfrj- For sale at Demoville's and DeGrore's, and
by other Druggists. Junel6-tr
Reynold's New Work..
The Countess and the Page, by C. W. M. Reynolds,
author of Mysteneis of I-ondon, kc. , Ac.
Just received by JOHN' YORK CO.
If the Grave Could Speak
f XTF. should learn that one half of the children
born die before they are five years old.
nu streui; medicines to children, but at once
to the GraMcnberg
The most valuable medic.ue for young children that
h3 ever been invented.
The Health Bittere,
Ko- 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters kuown invaluable for weak consu
lt tious, dyspeptic habits, billions disorders derange
m:ut of the stomach aud bowels. Every family
wjuI 1 use them at the present change of tte season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE k M IN CHIN
Express to Clarksrille
'lHE Soutuern Express Company respectfully an
X. nounce tbat they are now runniug mejwkngkks
through to Clarksville, via. E. k K. and M.C. fe L
Kail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place
mud intervening points 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, Botes, drafts, e'e,
collected and prompt return made. ,
K3gr- office No. 19 Public Square.
febl7-tf A K. HOLT, Superintendent.
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags! Flags!! Flags!!!
"TVrOTHIXG adds so much to the appearance of a
X Procession of Sunday School Children asa Flag
luihe hand of every little boy and gir.. LUCK is
now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27
College street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Ro m
Hungarian Grass Seed
JUST received, aud for sale at a low figure 600
bushels superior Hungariau Grass Seed. This
seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais
ed iu the Northern porliou of Missouri is free from
dirt and all imuurities.
aprll-if a0 M 12 ELL, HOOPER k Co.
TIIE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
L'nlarged and Refurnished.
THU undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has eularged it materially, rnd refur
nished it thoroughout 10 the most elegant ttyle, will
open the huuso to tho public on Thursday the 5 lb.
iust. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
JuIySdtf C o ?
An Invoice of Meerschaum Pipes.
JUST received a tine assortment of Fancy and
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and Chioa Stoma, which will be soil cheap at pri
vate tale by BEXJ. F. SHIELDS CO.,
junel5-tf Central Auction Rooms.
JUST received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages of
all st les, colors and prices, some as handsomi
as ever brought to this market.
For sale low by
J. W. WII.SON.
npHE Copartnership heretofore existing under the
I ttyle of Edwards, Gilkeson k Co., is this day
disolved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilkeson retir
ing frum the firm.
July 15, 1 800. JO. EDWARDS, :
J. K- GILKESON.
E. P. EDWARDS.
JO. EDWARDS. F. B. BAXKIS. I. T. EDWARDS.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO fcDWARDS, alLKXRSOa k CO.)
' WILL COXTTXUE THE
FORWARDING AM) C03IMISSI05 EUSIXESS
At tke old ttand, corner of College and Chunk tts.
AND DECORATIONS or a kinds, and sixes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK., 43 union street is now prepares, to lurnian
lh a'jove in any quaa . wholesale and retaiL Al
so, Fireworks of all kl s. Orders r 1 distance
promptly attended to. J0HX LUCK.
june21-tf ,'..!-- , -.
New Steinwav Piano
;- fA.t Lutk'sMuslc Store,
" Tt; 45 TJnlon street.
rrHI3 Instrument is warranted sew
X aud not sixty days rrom tne man
ufactory , as aill be seen on examina
tion. I will sell at manufacturer's
once, without additional charge for freight. Tho
rn waut of a Piano will And it to their interest
call and examine it before purchasing.
JOHN LUCX,,.. ,
ma'17-tf Music Dealer, 45 Uo
jtounij. - ; ;
A SUM of money which the owner can have by de-
2x. scribing the saiae and paying for this advertise
ment. Enquire at Una omos. ,
" BUgl8-tf -- - . -v .- ,
Cants and Uabrellas.
. , nVT la mImA a. Amr ana s MstUt AT riUnrst
X Brushes, Porta Monies, Purses, Traveling Kags,
Pressing Caws, as-, sa seftng at QW rates. ' '-'
.seps-tr J- aV MjBtatb
Capital $100,000! ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE At No. 36, Corner of CedarStreet aodtb
TXTILLtake risk against Loss ordain-
f V age by Fire on Buildings, Goods, fcV
Waresand Morchandizegeuerally . Also, jvSis5v
on Shipmenta against loss or daoiage by JZ
Seas and Rivers, to aud from al I points.
ALSO Riskson Negroes against the dauzersjr
ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY,.
ANTHONY W. VAN LEER, JOHN It. EW1N,
JOHN K1KKHAX, HUGH McCREA,
JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWAHDS,
R. C. McXAIRY, IRBY MOKGAV, l
W. H. ETfAVS. .
ALF.XAMDEB PALL President.
JAMES WALKiCR.SecreUr.T-. . augl8
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital if 10,000 all inii I u.
OFFICE XorlU-tVeFi Conserorihe Pu!ii:c r.jore
Will take risks against inst, or damage by tire
ue Dwel.u,saud other Houses, Giodi--in Store, Sc. ,
AiSoiI:iri- iiu::ivrr hazard to audi rem a 1 1 ports.
Riskson Uegroetagahisttbe Daner&ot tho
N. E. ALLOtt AY
W. H. EAKIN.
JOHN M HILL.
JAMti- C 'KREV
O. U. FOOG.
R. Ii. GARDNER.
JGSEPH VATJLX, President
BCTLEiC Secretary octSS
X K V UOOlvS
Jest received by Express aud for sale by P.. HAG AX.
' Letters of Alexander Von Uumbolt,with a Steel
Portrait, translated from tho two German editions by
El t'uridas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutlodge a.Novel. .,
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete
Just received and for sale by
junc2-tf 41 College St.
rt MIE Drug Store recently occupied by WELLS &
tL HOOPER is again open, aud tbo large stock of
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at
greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to
close the business of the firm.
J. M. HUDDLESTOX. Receiver.
Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or
nighi by experienced Prescript ionuils.
ALL DRESS GOODS
H E L L l X
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we uro i. tc.i..ir:ed to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN CETT
R. C. McNAIRY & 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, 1861. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, and the Juris
prudence of the United States. The Lectures will be
delivered by four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Critnin-
al Law, and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS, LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENXEN, Professor of Constitutional aud
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&wt3dmin Dean of the Faculty.
COAL ! COAL. ! COAL !
UNTIL further notice, wiU be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company ffornierlv
Jtna) et the following prices:
Lump Coal, per ton $5 50
Round Coal, " " 5 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's ia. " " 3 50
Mr. John B. Lano will in future attend to the busi
ness 07 the Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 16, 1860.
aa- Orders can be lea in Box No. 94. Post Office, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Kaiiroau uepoi. jotu iJ. 1A.NU,
rnHE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between
.a, aicuAaiai s aiKAOtK in tne
Sheet Iron and Copper Busiuess
is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs
of the concern will be sell led up only by me.
I shall continue the same businesses heretofore, at
the old stand, and solicits thare of the publ c patron
age, j. v. bituuha.
L VXDS AKD IaO YS.
WE oB'er for sale on easy terms to purchasers the
followiug Real Estate, viz:
Lots Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street: 54 and 55 on
Washington street, each in L. H. Lanier's Addition to
Lots Nos. 6, 334, 535 and 10 feet of 336, in Ewing's
Addition to Nashville all unimproved.
Lots Nos. 5, 6 and 7, on High street, in the Plan of
the w ilson Spring property. On each of these lots is
a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good
tenants. Also, ou acres of Land on the Turnpike
road leading to Paradiso Hill, about four miles from
tne city, adjoining tne lands or Sam Cayce, W. B.
twing ana outers, ana Known as tne aiadox place.
It will make a fine market garden. Call at once and
get bargains. U0BS0N & WHELESS.
I have on the market the BDlendid residence of Wes
ley m heless, with 87 acres of Land, which has been
neretotore advertised and more defitely described
I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of
wuicu uue notice win oe given I aoout loo iots in a
new addition to Edgefield. - . N. UOBSON
No Time to Wait for the Doctor!
A BOUT these times all children will eat frees fruit
ia, At any moment of day or nizht. thev are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dyaentery or Di-
rrhosi. No time then to send tor tue doctor. Ihe
Gnefenberg Dysentery Syrup Instantly relieves ai
sum cases. No family ought to be without it in the
noose. Its promptness has saved thousands 1 1 valu
able lives in Tennessee in the past few yean. Only
oo ceuts a pottie -euougu r r a wnuie ramuy lor
whole season. A fresh lot just received.
maylS-tr . . . MACKENZIE KINCHIN .
1 ANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter
JU Warranted freso.
Just received and for sale by
ttA.L.3, UKUWK m w.
W nil ted.
BUSHEl GOOD CLEAN MILLET SEED
Iby A. JENKINS,
tf No. 14 South Market straei.
SHYDEE & PBIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks ; " "" '
do. So' Leather do; I ,
do. f binet" do; (a new article,)
Gent's Fine Sola Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. oo. Valises. I Ashiaud and oth
ersiylesj which they are offering st very re-
uulcu i vcs. van mm nv. aa ruuuo oqiiare.
Jnne7-tf , l '
; For Sale.- i ,'
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 165 South Sum
mer (Street, formerly the residence of Unseett
nounoa, aq. . . - .. :
Also No 15 North Summer Street, the preseut resi
aence oc Jas.corrsy, Esq. Apply w
- J. KIKKwAK, President, :
Aogl-4f - - i?- .; Union Bank of lenn.
; 1 For Rent or Lease.
1WILL rent or lease my place near the Uarfrees
boro' Pike two sniles from the city for the present
rear, or with the D-tviWe of ive years. There is
a convenient Jttrick Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, and a amendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve aeree af superior land satiable for
laiatJWalUeraMrkeUBg, , - '
Southern Trunk Slanufactorr.
iSil I:,.11,.., rjlll
c - i LJ.!tii ii ii ...v..- l it a. 3 3
FASSETT & , CROSSlxIAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASiniLLE, TENNESSEE,
Manufacturers or.d Wholesale and Retail
' " DEAUXS Ut ALL KIXPS Ot
LADIES' AND GE.TS'.TRAYELL'S TErXRS,
Valises, Carpet lag, &c, &c,
DESIRE to call the attention of all those In want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our giock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other house
in the city. Onr stock is all of our own manufacture
and in 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 tor jobbiDg.
We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
PATENT TRUNK FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bounds, 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 us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
jur.c23-aly FASSETT 4: CROSSMAX.
UR0PEAX MEDICAL INSTITUTE r
DRS. SA3IS0N AND LACOSTE,
Opposite the St. Nicholas, NEW YORKJ
Established for the treatment of Chronic Diseases in
both sexes, requiring experience, tact,
DR. SAMSOX, diseases of the Lungs and Throat.
OF THE HOSPITAL DC MTDI IN FAJUS,
Former Assistant to the celebrated Dr. Ricord,
Takes charge of the speciality of diseases of a Delicate
piF Nature in both sexes, Weaknesses and Nervous
Debility luid such alfectiuns of Ladies for
which the new French method of
treatment is considered tho
Dr. Samsou's Peruvian Coca, recommended 'by V.
Humboldt and Capt. Hurndon, U. S. X., against Con
sumption, for sale at S3 lier bottle. Tho best remedy
against all alfcctious ot the Lungs.
Dr. Lacoste's Fior del Ucayali, againut Sexual Weak
ness, S3 per bottle. Tho celebrated Kicord s Pills lor
the cure of Sexual Diseas-js of a poisonous character, $2
per box. His ladies' Parisian Silver Puis, warranted
to have the desired tQ'uct, $2 per box. His Gonorrhoea
Drops cure that disagreeable affliction iu two days, $2
per bottle. Safes lr protection, $3 per doz?n. Ail
remedies, which are still a secret iu the hands of only
few l reneb physicians, can only be liaJ 01 Dim.
Medicines forwarded by Express and Mail free of
charge, to all parts.
. Address Box 3,576 Post Office, New ork, in fcng
fish, French, German or Spanish.
laJiOH SH D N a H ii
On the European Han,
CITY OF NEW YORK.53
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort St.,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as thev may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to tho Hotel.
N. B. LiKWARS of RcxsEKS aud Haoutkx who say
we are full. It. FKiaClI.
THE a' tent ion of the readers of the Patriot, the
l-adies more especially, is riquesied by Messrs
MACKt-NZIE Jt M1NCHIN, to the excellii t Refrigcr
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with hich tl.ey are now
supplyiug our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted tor pulling up all kinds il rruits
aud Berries. Ihey are uarabie, Ftu-.pie and cheap,
aud the demand for Uem is bo great that already
nearly three hundred dozen h.vo bevn Bold.
LOUISVILLE, : : : : : : : KENTUCKY.
Has on hand aud for sale, low for cash 2,600,000 feet
White Pine Lumber of the best quality west of the
Alleghany mouutaius, one Square from Depot, Louis
Viilc, Ky. , auglo-dlawlm
- Ml) Dozen Fruit Jars. ;
250 dozen 1 quart Glass Jars, Screw Tip.
2uo 2 ' " " "
200 "1 " Tempest Stone Jars.
125 " 2 ' " " "
25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jars.
200 " 12 quart Tin Screw Top Cans.
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSON'.
Pirelli Cement Roof in? .
S TDK CHEAPRST AMD MOST DtTBABLK KOOI l.XG IS CSlk. Il
. is fihk asd water PEooK. Ii can be r.pplied to suw
and old Koofs op all kindi aud to old siungle rools
without removing the thingle.
THE COST IS OXLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND 13 1W1CE A3 LU.tABl E.
Gctta 1'kkcua CutE-vi for preserving and repairing
Tix and Mral Roofs of every destnption.
F'roin its treat elasticity, is not iLjUreu tif tne con-
tractiou and expansiou of metals, aud will not crack
in cold nir run warm weather. 1 hee materials
have beeu thoroughly U-sieu iu Xew York and all
iiarts of the Southern aud Western States, and we
can eive abuudaut proof of all we claim iu their
Ihey are readily applied by ordinary laborer, at
a trilling expense.
" NO HEAT IS KEQUIPED."
These materials are put up ready for use, and for
shipping to all parts of tho country, with full printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will oe torwaruea au sp
oliation h mail or tu person, at our principal ota-
tCS 61U BrtOAl AI, opposite .MiUolak u:-m;i,J
N.Y., 343 FULTON SI'., (opposite City Hall) BKOta.-
IL H. MAYNtiS & 00.,
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale aud Purchase of Negroes, j
At Xo. 10 Cedar atreet,
Bctwe-rn Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
ec!0tf NaHliTille, Ten 11.
UAVINO every facility in the way or workmen
aud material to do Brsl rate work with despatch,
t will contract for l iuuing rools, either iu the city
or country, al low rate, ad in every case warrant
jalisfactiou Gutters, Piping, Valley Capiiiug, &e.
Also, Galvanised iron C-irutceH, sc., doueiu the Uetl
aiauucr. J. W. WILSON",
teoS-t Opposite Sewanoe House.
No. S5i Main St., Cincinnati, Ou
MANUFACTURERS of superior quality. Candies
or all kinds, Oum lrops,Loieiges, Suar Toys,
French Confectionary , Fancy Candy and.Sy rup. Also,
dealers ia Fruits, Nuts, Sardines aud Fire Works.
uiarlO-bm - -.
. Tempest's Fruit Jars.
Ut E have on band several hundred dozen Quarts
aud Half Ualiou of these famous Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest aud best r icle yet invented
ftr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve SthawbsbkjjmI
Tempest's Jars preserve RAsrsaBEiaS I
Tempest '8 Jars preserve Biackbsbbiks I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pis Piast! S
' Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I . ; ,.
. Tempest's Jars preserve Picas! " i ;
Tempest's Jars preserve QnscMl
, .. Tempest's Jars preserve Chebrdcb f '
" .'. Tempest's Jars preserve ToxatoesI
We have a full supply or Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jarsorllsies. '' ,
ALSO Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, ad sizes
whioU we areoOjriug atccst pra.,aswefeel assured
that ..... - '
Apple Pcalers. " ;
10 dozen beft Turn Table apple pealer" , ! ,
Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WTLSON.
IF Y0TJ WANT A HOT TIRE
i ; BUllN the f
M .T:iT, A C O l Ii' l
J Orders Can Is left ia ' Doi St , P. 0.
. Yard, back of N. t C. R. R- Depot."
JOHN 11. LANG,
anga-tfi V ; ; ' Agent. '
A MagnlGceut Chance. .
rWILt selt my Farm ia rrsnklin county. Tens. ,on
.vcir air xnilea boulb-webl el tallahomt
conaisting of O0-or more Acres of Land. It can b,
.ii ,-,i o.l. iw.i ntacs. It has on it good improve.
meuta the best of firing water;, good Grist and
saw Mill, and is withinrourmllesof threecelebraled
w.ub I"" ... -t T m-
For farther lQlormauou..ij w t. ... p
le place, or to it. t Op.lousas, La.
a. r. nsiit
SMEDLEF, EKAN & CO., -.
iVcceivliis l Forwartllng
Lower Wharf Boat,
PADUCAH, KENTUCKY. :l
Jtf- A Share of Public
Patronage resf ectrully so
M. C. BRUCE,
Auction & Commission Icrc hacf,
Corner Cedar and Clterrv ats.,
RESPECTFULLY solicitscouelcmebttot Merchaa
diseof allclastes. Saiisfaclion ziren to consign
ees and purchasers as nearly as possible. Cousigu
eesof gools to this market will tiu.l my auction rHtns
weliiiued up, and the goods will be s-d.l without
lay and the money paia over forthwith.
X.B. Ncgoods bought orsol.i on my oauaceovut.
Charges reasonable an u liberal advauces ciaue on
W. A. JOHNSON CO., ;
.CAKOXDELET STREET. . 81
a. r. nbtixs.
KIBKPATR1CK &. CO
C0A1MISSI0X & FOSWAEDlNC MERCHANTS,
KO. 27 X.1TC1IEZ STUEET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
ISUW OULEANS, l.a.
no v7 tt
J. & C. 11EAK1UT,
52 second Street, Cincinnati, 0h.ii.
KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF
Warp on Eeam, assorted colors
Wire Heddles and Frames,
Steel Eeeds and Pickers,
Lacing and Picker Leather,
Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks,
Comb Plate, &c, &c.
A'JSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT Or
Log Wood. Sumac,
Cam. Wood, 4c, &c &c.
JOHN H. SECRIST,
IN ALL KINDS OF
Southern orders will be
the lowest market price.
filled w ith promptness, at
KEY FA lili UOODH.
Allison, Anderson & Co
IMPORTERS AXO WBOLESALB DEALERS DC
FOUE1GN AND DOMESTIC
I? uiiiir-1l.la TI A i I. I n
At IOUJ Ai UUC V I V I U I U q J )
NO. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
Xashville, : : TenntssecJ
YX7E are now receiving and will In a few days have
V V ready for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully Invite an examination of
our scSck by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purcliases, as we feel confident we can
promote their interest br giving ue a rail.
aug22-2m ALLISON, ANDERSON k CO.
IHSTOUY OF A LAW-SUIT
tUc Civeuli Court ot
ON TIIE BASIS OF TIIE CODE
' Abialiam Carntliers,
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON , .
For sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK CO.,
juuel6-tf No. 33 Union street.
WITH , '
NASH & MARK,
No. 25 College Street.
Agents for OldJ and Reliable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
,0 0 0 ,0 0 0. 1
$ 6 0, 0 0 0
STATE WITn COMPTROLLER.
Down With Your Dust.;
I F you wish Id sacep fine Carpets without injuring
them or rtisiug a
dust, im THE PATENT CAR
PtT SaEKPEK. ;
Fiesli Corn Meal.'
it for sale by
F.ENI. F. SHIELDS OJ.
July 23, 1860-tT.
Jn&t Rfttivfd bf .11. A. Farrhli k Co.
BASS Crushed Cora;
100 bags ramily Meal:
35d bags White Meal Cora.
Ladies French Dress and Pack
J O U N : 1 aV M A 4i K
: 4H College Street, j ..
... . : . DEALER W i -" ''
Ladies' and Outs' Floe Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, ot the attest styles. Best
English bole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Boa
Bet Boxes, single and Double Top; Valises, Bags, Ac,
for sale at very low prices. - -june2-tf
" JOHN RAMAGE.
Fireworks I Fireworks I ! j;
i, FLAGS AND TORCHES ! -
JOEX LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
aortmant ia Nashville of everything in the above
line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, es low as
a good article can be bought anywhere-. The Torches
are some th tog new. sad tue best thing ver introduced
for political proceeSKJOa. -. ; - augl4-tf
' 1 TTVUali.St 'TPttUlalsl
TUsT received a few more LADIES' LARCE FRENOl
fj DRESS TRUXKSj Sole Leather Trunks, Srteel Spring
Valises and Bags. i '
- - V -OLS0 - --y-j , - :,
LADIES' BOSXTT BOXES, Tray Tops, rery cheap tor
aoalf r- - . . tjUetrart
RATES OF ADVERTSING
' (tu Lfyaa oa less to cnoxtrcrrTS a sqcaks.)
Ocesquare 1 djy f I 00 eachad'slinsertia. 6u
" " 1 wek ,3 tacbad'a !qoare 50
r . j .. A tQ 4. .. f OO
-----. : ntoutl. 3- s CO
" i ' fg . 4 it
" 12 CO
' , .: IS 00 ' III
t'r ' ,12 25 OO ' " 10
S j ' : InviniiiniiMu.
c esqn ir ,Vl e y ear S'j eac t adJ .Goca fs-qaa r SIC
Wrilteti notice n. u Ue (tiveu to tal e out.nd stop
advci tsrmentsof yearly d v-ti.u. beloictbeyeai
expires, otherwise wctLallcbarect. v.
Neeontract oryerlyaJvtrtUetott . SeiiiacoB
be made for less tliaa oee yal il bt year!) rates.
airAdvertiierf sxeeediic tt;r c.:rt;t
ed for willb eeaargedf or th sxcess -
Fr?m VISCHER.OWEN t CO., Gene.-aJ Advertls:n
House, Appielon Building ,S46 Broadway
LIGHT ! LIGHT I! LIGHT!!
Kerosene, CampLene, FhiiJ, and Oil and
' TAIUarS STTU.ASD FIX1SB',
G.U . A X D E Ia 1 V. IV Jj,
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC CUnjiINO
. No. 1S2 William Street iear Falton , New- York.
feb6 Ify. : . -t
, Eatabllalied In 1828.
--T. ia. ciiTui,us,
(Formerly Dubois k Sto 'art.aud Duboit, Bacon a
QU arerooms In the "Bible llonoe,"
Cor. Stli street and 4tli Avenue,
NEW YOKK CITY.
TbiSM a r.dinble piace to purchase. Orleis bv
letter tailhlully executed, aud pertect SAL-sfactiou
K. B. Seud for a circular, with description ol
styles and scuedule .f prices. vir.6
I'nuee Imperial CJiarupgue.
Sold by all respt-ctable Dealers throughou
THIS fine brand of Champacne, which until th
past year wascoi. fined exclusively to the best ta
bles of the Continent or Europe, has now cbtaine
the most urboended success and popolarity ia th
eonntry. It is rcccramended by some of the firs
Physicians of the city of New York, over ail oth
wines, on accovLtcf its extreme j.ril) aud dclic
cy,s!id those wi.o once try ttrsreiy ue any oth
brand. A!tUoeph only cne year ha elapsed sin
its introduction Into this coLctrj.t". dra:and
enormous, and C'tstanHy iucreaslag. - Ot:r arrang
uents aresuch as to ensure tb.eqcai.iy cf the Win
beiLg mvnUnieu at its present high c'ar.dard. Th
Prince Imperial is imported solely by us, e bein
the sole Agents or Messrs. D Vknooi. Jt Co., in
country. E. V. IUU1.HW0UT k CO
Nua. 4S8 , 4iid and 492 Broadway , New Yoix
. ISold ir Nash v tile by M. k E. F. CliEtTHAM.
C. i.eroI Church acdCeitegest
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
Dry Goods Merchants,
80 & 82 CHAM2EES ST., HEW lOEE, "
I rOUt V notify the Trade that they are t peuin
Y V Weekly , iu oew and beautilul palter ik,
THE WAMSUTTA PRINTS,
THE AMC.SK Tj AG,
A New Print, which excels eei t rail iu t . Conn
try Tor erlection of ixrcutioti and J't-rn iu fcl
Macder Colors. Our Prints ar el.e.-o. r I'.an any is
the market and meetii'g with exteasu e " a.e.
TO" rderF promptly attended to
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, Xtw Voria.
It MIEN completed six years ago the ' i-t. Kiohotas
f V was universally prouonnced the tnt oat Lili-
ceut,couveoieni and thuroaghJy o ga nixed rkikb-
lishmeniof the kind on this coouoe.&L. Wuatitaas
liiau it remain to-day without a rival m sise. iu
sumptuousacss, and in the general ciemei.ts ct com-
fort and enjoy ment. The Hotel has tccomuodatioii s
lor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites ol
apartments for families. Six hundred person, cac
be Comlortably sea lee at the tables of its ihrrt! pub
lie dining rooms, and nothing that mod era art Las
devised tor the cou tenience and social grat fiealu.t.
of the LrareUi r public has been omitted in its 11U1 .
or Is neglected iu its practical details. The early re;
Qlatiou ot tbe house at home aud abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointment, and ut
home-like comforts and luxuries, has beeu -ilhaics
every year by tbeoa.oarled exert teasel the prupi
t rs. TKEADWE1.L. U H11COMB c V
may21-3ns -- - - - -
For Plain Moekics nnd Fatey Enittins.
ALSO : ..
Xaehinei for Eniltirt?
1 en, Shlrt.,ieM
OF ALL SIZES.
Bib Machines of I<2<2ft2and3&2&ib
OS HiXD ax ADS TO OBOES.
THESE Mwhioes use the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est and must rapid machines for kt:itUtg in en.
met. one. I'atvi.t raaiily imttaig Vu.hii.ea for
laMily and I'iantaiiim aac, is a Lew ate soceeMdul
feature in the uselul inventions ol the age, sad ranks
witnthr Sewing Machine.
ACECT A SAXES BOOH,
K0. 677 BROADWAY, HEW YOitK,
iuu.lltm MK.NRY C I FF. Aeent
Fresh Fruits all the Year !
' the YEOMANS'
JOR UTILITY,- CONVENIENCE, tt ONokY AND
. SAtEl'Y, Is atieuaiiea ftr preservtcs Fruits ia
a frc-Su state, in any Ciiifeale,an indebmte lime. Ha;
tng used toe. BoUies, we had-tl-cia exceeuingly
cvaveuaent and just tne thiug watted. ,
. JoHN J. HjUIAS, U KegUter ot Rural ACiirs.
For dtscriptive and price circulars,' address Pre
pretor, at W worm, Wayne voai.ty. New York.
ma)xS-6tca3tw T. G. LoMANi!.
' 5 Minute
ICE CIlEAil FKEEZEKS,
As Improved for 1S59.
.WrraSTAarsDlaozCovcKa asD Bortoxa
rpUE only Freezer known which Is constructed oa
1 troe acientifii prmcipiea. .
Tne Cheaimt, tim andaioat Ecooiuio U; requiring
less ice and less labor than an , other, o-.-.di: at the
same time tne most durable ia structure. ait most
certain in I'J operations.' , , ,
bole At ut lvr tbe Lnitod it Ues.
. .. . E- UlCuAU a CO..
' Maem'acturers of Jxjiauned and
289 Pearl street. If aw Yr.
KNICKERDOCKER MAGAZINE, for August, 160
GODLY"? LADIES' BOOK, lor August. -'
WATERLY MAGAZINE, for July 28th, "
For sale by , , F. HAGAX,
JulyU-tf College street
It E are la receipt of a h pment of tbe tint fcl
V V Coffee ever received in N'arhrule, hich we are
tffermg to tbe trade at a low fig .re.
AU.SMX. MUELL, KiXH-ER a CO.
- GODEY'S LADIES BOOK, for September.
. GtHJEY'ss LA11LS' booK, for iieptcmbwr
' PETrOtSUNtS MAGAZINE, for September.
. PETERSON'S MAGAUNE, a Sk-mWt Xaia
Just received, and for saie by
. , .-t-L JOHS YORK CO.,
augla-tf No. Si Ceioo stree
BY A LADY Of NEW ENCLA-VIX CJh, 4 s
PrieeHS. Tor aa!e by " HAGaN
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