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PUBLISHED DAILY, TJRT-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A 5. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET.
NASHVILLE TEN K SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 1SC0
NEW SEillES i0. 1497.
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Si. it JL ,
Ws tVsVy eVOW
. Daily, p-r annum -
Tri-weekly , pur annum
Wi-ir ! . twr annum
.... 3 00
3 One Weekly lor two year, or two Weeklies
i" tor one year, re advance....... SCO
- When the Dsi.v, T.-i-Weckiy or Weekly ta to be dis
continued paid in advance at the time subscribed for),
the subscriber must order, oilier wise it will be contin
ued, at rcr utiwi, tiulil paid for and slopped. If
not paid, it must be pati at tue time of dAcontmuance,
or at our upnon. If Uie party is good, it will be sent
Remittances by mail, in "rcgisterod" letters, at our
Slcara Press Printing Concern!
At S. (AjIP A CO., Proprietors,
Ko. 26 Teaderick Street.
Is Puliuhed DuUy, Ti Weekly and Weddy.
Tmuu. iTtiiy $? per annum.
Tri-Weekly f& pr antun. ,
- ftV-k!? - ----- 3 per arum m.
The Patemt i3 ac earae-t, active and indefatigable
upoorter of tie Constitutr l-i! Union cans?, and in the
present canvas St the Pr.i i.ncy will use every hon
orable eRort to promote lii - election, of liELX and Evra
ktt. Toesabltt us to Utbor ilh in rsed eCci-nry
we a?!c our party frU-n La to tdi us in extending its cir
Ctilatioo, Fy tb pn.-ch--- c! tb ? printing e.-t iblishnifnt of the
yeux, uid roct-tt a-ldi:ioc "f ntvr lualorii? from the
foundrira, th Job Urn's of t':ie I'atkI'JT has bcx-n made
the Iarf -t and m cnaip!"-te in the South-We?t. It is
aao BUii!ietl with ta- uvt cumpt-U-nt workmen.
Steam bos bevn applied to our irao&, which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in th high
est etyle of the art, plain, in cuTorr, or bronze,
IRiRAifilK, BIIAS I.APIXO,
snow CAPJts, mow mill',
eiix uflu-p, bai x. tickets,
railroad work, steaukoat work,
IK-Y TICKCTS, SIIlXiLtS,
And, indeed, CTerythtn? from the smallest Tip to tho
fn imn-Ai'i Foster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
The large circulation of the Fatri.tt, prvatly a-iemtn-teJ
by the addition thereto of the eubscnptk.-a I?ts of
renders it an exceliecl advertising mediua.
Non. bett-T in the c-.ty.
KiT We solicit orders, at our oSce, Xo. 16 Ieader
Am S. CA3IP & CO.
VALIADLC IlLAL ESTATE
IinXG to make ether inv -stments, we propose
to seii aii our Keal Lsiul-." in t'aviuson co. , as
That Suburban Residence,
BilG.ited on the Franklin Turnpike, within half a mile,
of the city, and opposite the residence ol the lals Jo
seph W. iiurlen. Ihis ia. jwrbaps. the most command
ing 5ite in th-? vicLijiiy vi Naeiivjue. and is a must de
&;r;abie country reaidtuco. The iiuuo-j will be Eo!d
w:ih 12 or 15 acres of load as the purchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
known as lh- Sims Tract, situated on the t-milh Turn
pike, (uld Lebanon roau) wilhui three mn- of -Njau-v;iie,
cititoJUiiig S30 acres. The fcoii is guod, it well
watered ana limbered, and can be divided iuh smail
tratuof tw enty acres and upwaiile, ail of which are
admir-ib.y adapted tor country reeideuces, mark-ct gar
den and dauy tarms. A-Su, that
on the same road, now occupied by T. C. MeOnnpbeH,
aad f'-rmT!y jivn j by. l-ni iia-'cins, ct tainiiut
about -2M ac. i-s. This f ioire i so Wed KUu'li as to
Eixii nti lurtiier d-3cn:'ti"n. It will be d: ided to
suit purciiicici . T. C. McTanipbeii vviil srasw thuee
liicefi tu a;-v cue who wi;i caii.
A-l the above pioperty wi.l bo told on rotsonable
terms, atd on a credit of one, two, three and tour
Apply to A. V. S. Lin-'ii ley, Nashville, or to either
of the undun-lued.
TII0S. G. SIcCAiirErXL,
tii miles inm Noahvule.
J. A. .UcVAiU LiOX,
If not, Insure at once.
X A S II 1 A i 1 ,
25 College Street,
5100 0.4) rK!o-rrt:f w iih umptt.oixek.
' io,WJ.oo.j CA--.II Cii if Ai. laaiStNTED.
ARMS 1 BONG & CO.,
Ko. 69 Market street,
I TTF.Ii.-ir i. n.,-.v . n h c.l fall and cop.nl-te a?ort-
V ci-ntoi iIA.ii;.t3, IMi-Lfc-'-li-ST, .vc., which
we off r at the very kw- si o. i. :
Circular f a7 II Il3. double and snigle;
IS ale's C.der Lliil and Com Sheiler;
Suidai's Siw Cutters,
lisli tollers, Le.
teptl 4-tf AiaIlaiNci A CO
IiL-iit iKSMITHl l G.
IX ALL ITS lillAJNCIIliS.
Sbc on Church between Cherry and College sW. ,
TITT undersigned rcs-eiully informs the pub'.'c
tut he iio-s recent: lkea Liie above btnd and u
pre part I to do btckaiu.tliiu ui ail m braiicdiu), such
as ilor-i I-hoeiiij;, U-ti hepuiriiii;, ic, all., Ac, m
the best lu-uiuei and ..I aauit iiulicc. lie solicits
a, share of public putroxioe.
J AS. TARi LEY,
Uom 'f-Lerpirg Made Easy.
T1IE WHE AT CI1K1 11 TTA.-T CAKES will always in
sure t; "1 wijol.-wnie breai!. Kor 15 ct-uls you
can gitKiet iMi W-uiilake, wtiK-ii wui uiakx 60
iarpe loaves o ' the b.-.i bread.
510 I'Aat 5 tILVIJi ti'AI', hourly expected by
e.pre!. Aink -ot every fauii y ui t..u bos used it.
KortiPtiDEt-ia unit iiBiuvmuh ir iiiif I'.ini,
Looking uuhu , I. iideu U ut k , lio; bi-, M.ver or 1'iateU
LEFP.JGEEAt ORS. B h:ive tu!J a laree lot of
those lauious 1 bi-iue!pliia Keli igc-ratoru. We have a
Virze lot i-oimn. . They aie WaxiiuiUrd to give Satisfac
tion, as tu. y ai e tot only the bvSl but tuey are the
ap,14 ti ' MACKENZIE & MIXCIILV.
WATl. II CODLEKS, &C.
J VST received d irect from the tnannfactnrers and for
aaj at rower prices than ever I'clore sold in thia
25 plain Water C'oolerg,
25 l'oiceliuu line '"
10 Mclvtiald's 1U o-iKerators.
5 .chofley's Pati."it d".
50 Master" 3 ruinu.te Kreezers.
2 Seaniore' 1 at. f ret z-.-r.
I also make plain Ioi - Cream Freezeio to order of any
50 IX X. 3Iaaon's Pal . Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2
30 doz, Plain Froit Corvs for gling.
40 OaiC 1 quart OlaoS 1 1 Ult Jars.
Ice l'K'ka arid liatciiet.
feherry Mise.t aul Muddlers
10 doi. i'al. Lg.-; Whu.
10 doz. I'ialud l-'ippcrs.
J. vr. wilsux,
april 17 - 17 College street.
;-it Lux t Lix V u it
COAL OIL LAMPS
fTJE hare Jurt received anclher supply of Coal Oil
V Lamps, lajKU.g whH b are some wry hanuaome
pattercs lor pai aufc, all titled uu llw l u.lits buru. i
whK'ii u the last iiurovi-iiulil and is iuimcaduiab:y
Superior to anv other Lump now beiore lnj pcbiic lor
eoilues and m--liaes of n.iine, frevdoiu froui smoke,
sunpticiiy in i east ucu u, beauty and eiegauce iu ba
Lsb, cieoi:.ia. .- s u-i economy. One Luup win giva the
light ol lour canules and does not cost a miich as one.
Tne Oil we have imoi ted to burn in these Lamps is a
rltr, beaiitiiul ai licle, free from any oil -uivo odor,
k-aves bo greutw spot when split upon carpet or cioth
hiz and w ill Ubt expioue
R.ixs, unowN t co.
Wholesale k BeUil lrugi-Uu, No. lil Public Square
Nashvuie Teiin. . mar. 16 if.
E B ONyHdOLsT-7
BY A LAL-Y OF NEW ENGLAN1J. Uolh, m
Price $1 25. For sale by ilAGXS
f r m im i...d,.f ll.il ..i.t l.l.i ,.,.,( ,l..,L.,- I Tit! llti
a -w "aa. vt au iuw aiiMiirii, nui(iWI IKMug z 1
iiiE COUNTRY IS SAFil!!
WHEELER & WILSON
Tennessee otters her voice in favor of
WUccler V. Wilson,
WHICH GIVEs U3 ' ' '
SEV KMEEX STATES,
EnoRgh to save the Union, and silence all croakers. '
Please mark the record and tell us is the verdict
The United States as represented in its Agricultural
Society, have declared for
Seventeen Etatf-3, all that have voted, have declared
All of the MiHrhanical Assiciation8 in the princip
citii-s of the Union have declared for
fceeler and Wilson.
The best M-vMnira the country produces hare de
claired for Wllto-EEB & WILSON. And more have
siad that no Machine can be invented that shall be
iiperior in the objects proposed, or to be obtained in
any such Machine.
Sew Style Baehins Fifty Collars!
C. K. PARSOAS, Agent,
sept22-tf 26 UNION ST., NASHVILLE.
At their old Tricks Again.
THAT the public may not be deceived by the ad
vertiscments of th- venders of the Wheeler k
Wil&on, though -erhaps m. je appropriately styled the
diminutive snutlie, bobbin -nd leather pad Machine,
we will here state that the Bureau of the ttate Agri
cultural F ir, off-red a premium of $10 for the best
Shuttle or Lock Stitch Machine. In this list of second
clae-, M "chines, the Machines con.-idered by the Com--tuittee
as contending for the premium, were the lin
ger, A. B. Howe, and the Wheeler or Wijon, being the
ouiy Machines on exhibition making the Sh ttle
utrh. This premium being awarde to the Wheeler
V i&.u over the Smger and Howe Mac hi es only.
TUese Weeler & WU-on experts are still at their old
gaioe of perversion, shapir g their advertements in
such a manner as to make th ubhc believe, if possi
ble, that they took the premiuit for the bast Machine
for fami'y use, which was very far from being the
case. 1 his little Baby Shutll) Machine and the Si g-r
an ' A. U. Howe, were considered o the class ol Ha
ciiinee tx-st ailated u Manulacturer's curposes light
and heavy while the hibl and higliet premtum was
awarded to the C rover & Baker Maciiine and stitch as
beiiu; the b l over ail others foj family use.
It appears extremely easy for un.crupulous venders
of -hut tie fewmg Machine to make very h-gh sound
ing but incorrect statements out of very scanty
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S S BOYLE, FREDERICK C0CLE.
HOYL.E & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
Foreirni Liquors and Wines, Distillery and Manufactur
ers ol Brandies, Wines, Cordials, Bitters, Sc., hire
couslantiv on luind v;irnms gra.les of pure BOVR
B; and KYE tVIUSKl', a" EACH and API' Lk
BRAXUr : also, B RaTAHLA and AA'IKAAG
LASU HL'H, rf. Sol mimul'acturers of the cele
brated AOS WtflSKr.
HIT Ag--nt8 for Fred Uuule's Jajianose Bitters,
New Steinwav Piano
W IaiicIl's Music Store,
No. 45 17 uion street.
S Instrument is warranted new
ry , as will be seen on exaniina- 'jX' lf
1 will sell at manufacturer's i M l
pr J without additional charge for freight. Tho
iu want of a Piano will find it to their interest
call and exam mo it before purchasing.
omMT-tf Music Healer. 45 Unina
SCIJUKTZE & LUDOLFF,
M ANCFAC. I'KKKS of IkoxFkamc, .-,
GUANO, SQUARE aud PARi OK gTTJ5
Gi AND PIANO KOttThS, made with H V fn
all tu. 4mf.niviieiits coiiductire to )i ' "
ititrrioii:y of t-e, toucb rid d rability, tiOL
MKIIALS awarded at tUe Fairs in New York, 18
'56 an I '55, and in St. Louis, l$f9 leaiers, dho
and Families will save money by calling before p
cbaiug. All iustra:nenta guaranteed for taree y
w.irerooms 452 BRoOdE ST , ( lew doors Wee
Broadway,) New York. feb21-
m A'ew York Piauos
T. II. C1IAMBERS'
E.t.bll.Iied lnil828. -
T. 11. CI1A!.1UE1S,
(Formerly Dubois & !?tr-iart , and Duboit, Bacbu &
Wareroomtln tbei(illble IIoas,
Cor. 8tlt street ami 4tli Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase . Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perlect satisfaction
N. B eend for a circular, with description ol
stvles and scuadule of prices, " ar26-3in
Ladits' French Drtss and Pack
A O 11 X iA 1 A li;
42 College Street,
DEALER IN -
Ladies' and Gents' Fiae Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, ol the latest styles. Best
LugiUh Sole Leather Steel Spriug Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, tingle and Double Top; Valines, Bag, Ax.,
tor sale at very low price.
june2-tf . - - JOHN RAM AGE.
STONE k CO.'S Fruit Jtn for sate by 1
tuglt-tf RAINS, HKOVTN k GO ,
11, Y lual 1.-7
r --, JUat RIC1XD BY v ;
JOUiN YOllK CO.
The Kelly' arui the O'Kellys by Dr. Thone. . -.
Margaret Mancriefle by hark-s Burden. -The
MarMe Fawt by Ha-A thorn-i.
Ihe Duchess of Oriesins. .
Poe and bis Critics. - .
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe. ,-,-How
to en oy Life. ".
Fawn of four Acres,
living Rep-asentation Men.
Habits of Good Soccity for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning life's FveniDg.
Notes on Ncrsing by Mien Niglitiugale
El Fureidi by autiior of Limp Lighter.
Bryaiit's Eulogy on Washington Trving.
Litll Be uty by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macaulay,
Tylney Hall a novel y Thou.a3 Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prince House ol
The Florence Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of God.
Friers- Wood Post iffice by Hem, of ReUclitr.
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
Sg V Years, and othai Stone Sy Julia Eavanagh
GOPEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
Col.tY'S 1-AXiIkii' 11 iiL,-iio- ..,..ttei
. PETKKSON'ri MaGAXINE, for Sepl!n'oe.
PKTLK-SON'S MAGAU.VE, for SepU mber.
Just received, and for sale by . .
JOHN YORK & CO.,
a'igl5-tf No. 23 Union stree
Flags ! Flags ! Flags !
AND DECORATIONS of all kinds.and Fiz for Fourth
of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street is now prejiared to furnish
the above in any quantity, wholesale and retail. Also.
Fireworks of all kinds. Orders from a distance prompt
ly attended to. JOHN LUCK;
Sunday School Gelebrations.
1 lass! Flags!! Flags!!!
"VJOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a Pro
JLl cession of Sunday School Children as a Flag in
the hand of every Utile boy and girl. LUCK is now
prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College
street, up stairs over Siiiuids' Auction Kuum.- - -myl-tf
FLU 311 IN" G,
nous , h i r ix
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.) -jjy
Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
TTTE should learn that one half of the children born,
VV die before they are five years old. Give uu
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to tho
Graefenburg , , .
. Children' Panacea,
The mo6t valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented. ... .
The Health Bitters,
For 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the bent
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dyspeptic habits, biilious disorders derangement
of the stomach and bowels. Every family should use
them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf - MACKENZIE k MTNCHTN.
Fireworks ! Fireworks ! I
FLAGS AXF TORCUF.S!
JOHN LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
sortment in Nashville of everything in tho 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 tne best thing ever introduced
for political processions. augl4-tf
T ru ulis t T runlvs V
! TUST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
fcl DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and bags.
LADIES' BONyrT BOXES, Tray Tope, very cheap for
cash. JOILN RAMAGE,
auglR-tf ' 41 ColicHestrcet
AAr - 1 ' luUil i o. v yj. , wouiu reoevfc-
V V IUliy UllOrUl IUU Clll.:U Ol .-OAU liiU L i '
and the public generally that they have CsZUt-
purchased tho well known Ltvery Stable and the stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wui. J. Philips, on
Market street, just below the Square.
We have first-rate lots aud box -stalls to accommo
date drovers, and all our friends who may favor us
with their patronage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of tine Saddle Horses and
fine Buggies to hire at all times.
The fact is, we do not iuleud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Come along and see
jau3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT 4 CO.
UXVERSITY OF NASHVILLE.
J. Bkrrie Ltnbslet, M. D., D. D-, Chancellor of tho
University, and Professor of Chemistry and Geology.
Col. B. K. Jou.nsox, Superintendent of the Military
College, and professor of Engineering.
James F. HaJm-Tos, A. M., Professor of Mathematics,
aad Natural Philosophy.
J. IL Stewart, A. M., Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
GhokueS. Blackjk, A. M., M. D-, Professor of Botany
and Natural History.
Rkv. J. W. Horn, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental
and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
R. W. Pitxaji, Adjunct Prolcssor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. A.tGUDB, Teacher of French and Drawing.
C. K. Wlnston, M. D-, Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1S00-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, I860.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January,
1S6L Commencement Exercises take place on the 12i.li
of June, 1861.
Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and use of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, (5. Students are required to fa.-uish
their rooms. Engineering, French, SjianiRh, German,
Drawing, Book-keeping, andFencuig each $10 per Term
of tweuty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid el' 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
.... , B. R. JOHNSON, .
July 23 w2m. - - ' Superintendent.
Fiirnibing and Fancy Good.
UJ E are daily receiving additions to our already full
supply ot FALL AND WINTER GOOllS. We
have all the latest styles of Shirts and Collars, Stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes, Suspenders and sill qualities of Hos
iery tor both Ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock of Un
derwear is complete, embracing all the heavier fabrics
of Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaching season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rat"
With lb. Pin., vmym J U UIlJ,,
sep3-tf Cherry St., one door from Union.
Funiixliitig a. d Fancy G tods.
WE are daily receiving additions to our already
full supply of FALL AND WINTER GOOIHS. e
have all the latest styles of Soirts and Collars, stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Ga-jntlets, Robes Suspenders and all qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock ol Under
ware is vomiHete, embraciug all the heavier fabrics of
Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approacelng season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
with the short crops. - J. H. MoGILL,
sept24-tf Cherry St., one door from i ninn.
Baltimore Bell md Brass Works:
!'llUJi.Si21l & WEBB,
' - Keep on hand and make to order,
Or every tlze and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
rorxDS, which are warranted in all respects equal
to any made in the Cocstrt Also, manufacture every
variety of Brass Faucets for Water, Steam aud Gas.
Also Brass Castings, Babbitt's and Anti-Friction Metal
ail of which is sold upon pleasing terms. .
Send for CATAUKica ao Pkick List. .......
IF Y0TJ WANT A HOT FIRE
TM: COAL !
Orderi can fee Left in Bex 9 i, P. 0.
! YcspLT Gas lAghtz
The Cheapest, Most Biilluiil
.- . AND - - :
SOST . ( O.WEXiEXP ARTIFICIAL LIGITT '
IX THE WOULD !!
J rpiIIS GAS is generated from Pcre Coal Oil, and for
i X elegance, economy, safety and simplicity cannot
j be surpassed. Tho nxurt-s are in the SHmestyij as tho
i ordinary gus fixtures.
JKJ- Pr:uciTai Agency at 4. ccoper a Buuuing, incr
ry street, where the lizlit can be seen at any time.
Janl2-ly THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Coal! Coal! Coal!
ALL persons desiring a 6t pekior article of Coal, en
tirely free fi-om Slate or Clvdkr and making only
Siii-EX per cent. a3hes, should send au order to the Et
na Coal Yard, where they can obtain the most eco
nomical Coal in the city at the following priceft:
Large Selected Lump, 21 cento per bushel:
Screened or Rouud. 19 " " . "
Blacksmith's or Fine, 15" " "
Orders can be left in Box 94, P. 0., or at the Yard,
back of the N. & C. R. R. Depot. '
d22-U' SAML. J. AGNEW.
A IV L K E XV .WIND'S
133 Nassau fit., next door to the Nassau Bank, N. Y-,
is the Agent for the Nasbvtiae Patriot, and the best
circulating Journals in the United States, Canadas and
He is authorized to receive advertisements for us at
our published rales.
CANONBURY HOUSE, by G. W. Jl. Reynolds, prir-o 50
APA ARUNl'EL. 11 " " " 60
OLIVIA, or the Maid of Honor, " " " 50
CHA1UJ-.Y FUX'rt Ethiopian Song Book 13
GEORGE CUKb-TY S Joke 15o,k, No. 2 13
THE PATRIOT CIlcLLil, by Svlvanus Cobb, Jr.... 25
TUE MANIAC'S SECRET. ' " 25
THE MAID OK THE RANCHE, by Dr. J. H. Robinson. 25
Sent free of postage on receipt of price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No. 126 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted. aug3-tf w
From VISCHFR, OWEN k CO., General Advertising
House, Appleloii Building, 346 Baoadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT!!
BIllTZ & CO.
MASCTACTtRlvia or ixmorED
Ecrjsenc, Comphrrp, Fluid, and Oil and
. IX VARIOtTS STYLES AKD FINISH,
C U A S n li L I li 1
ItADI TO OUlK FOR
CTTURCHE', COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York.
EYJRT PK1ZE WILL POSITIVELY BE
Great Distributi jo n
. BY THE
"Library Association Co.,"
Chartered ij the State of Kentucky.
BYERS t& CLEMENTS
Friday, October 19, 1860.
TICKETS THREE DOLLARS.
One Gold Prize of $1,000, One Gold Prize or $300,
Horse, Buggy and Silver Mounted Harness $500, One
Rosewood Piano $400, One Rosewood Piano $350, 200
Gold and Silver Lever Watches, Magnificent eilver
Ware, Fine China Ware, Spendid Jewelry, Fine Family
Bibles, A;c., kc.
Alliance to get one of these valuable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducali, Ky., on FRIDAY, October
19lb, 1S60, under the management of a committee se
lected on that day by ticket holders present.
IZf Ail holders of tickets are requested to attend.
Send and get a Scheme with list of 1,650 valu
Address BYERS & CLEMENTS,
Ambrotype and 3IeIaiicotypes,
'I 'HE cheapest and the best, are made at The Art
A Gallery, corner of College and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased put sons can here be
copied and thrown up to the IH"B Size Portrait.
Please call aud see specimen.
C. C. nUGHES,
PrincilKil and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype right
In Nashville. - nov21-tf
E. R. GLASCOCK.
G. S. NEWSOM.
GLASC0 C K&NEWS0M
Oice Culleje St., nest dma- to Merchant' Bank.
Dealers in &ad Ag ts for the purchase and
E E A L E S T A T E,
R' nting H mses or Land in tie city or country,
W.ll al o give their u-diided atteaiion to
the Collection of ila.ms, negotiation Loan.-,
E. R. GLASCOCK.
T J ILL attend to all sales of Property of every de-
V scription either in town or country,
jan 17 ti. ' -
Uvoss l it's W amert
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com
pany wish to coutract for 40,000 CEDAR CROSS
TIES, 9 teet long, 6 inches thick, wen uewn, to face at
narrowest place not less than 8 inches clear of bark ;
timber to be sound ; to be delivered at the grade line
of the road in Nashville. :
Tlw &tracUr W Uli lO unitt Tot 00,00 'J WHITE
or PO&T-OAK TIES of the Same size as lueaoor, U ba
delivered on the line of the road in pii from section
14 to section 24, enough on each section to supply the
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of the Nashville and North-western Rail
road Company, Nashville, Tennessee..
u. u. A v & ia.
I AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and Pn ihase of Negroes,
At Ho. 16 Cedar Street.
Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-tf. Nashville, Tenn.
HAVTNQ every facility in the way of workmen and
material t do first-rate work with despatch, I
will contract for Tinning roofs, either in the city or
country, at low rates, and and in every rase warrant
satniaction. Gutters, Piping Valley Capping, ic., done
ta the best manner. J. W. WILSON,
fcbS-tf. (rppisiM Sewaaee House.
T 1 A n v ii k 1a 13 i wV s ,
Job Lots of Soots and Shoes- . - -
TE have a large Invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call immedi
ately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms up
Stairs, No. 71. .....
, jum.-28-tf. - TRABCE k LUCUS.
T.iE ST. CLOID IIOTLL,
Enlarged and Htf tiruislied.
'I " HE undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
1 HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, and refurnish
ed it throughout in the most elegant style, will open
the house to the public on Thursday toe Sih inst.
SAMUEL J. CARTER.
; Julys dtf. -" ' re
lc-opcnod Seit. lOVli,
THE Tennessee O0ee and Dining HalL All the good
things of the season will be kept constantly on
hand. J. T. BIGGS...
" IV"1 "'"-"w l"wmm wwT-kWSTgm
Southern Trunk SJaEufiiciorj'.'
FASSETT , & CS0SSMAN,
NO. 61 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE ;
Mannfactnrtrs and Wholesale and Kef ail ;
SCALERS IX ALL KOTOS Of
LADIES' AXD GEMS' TRAYELLXC TRIMS,
Valises, Carpet Bas, &c, &c.,'
DESIRE to call the attention of all those In want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
axe continent that we can sell as low as any other house
in the city. Our stock is all of our own mauufacture
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 tho attention of the Ladies to
PATEXT TRUXK-FOR LADIES.
It has compartments for Bonnets, Presses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a water-proof comiartment for Sponges,
Oils, kc ,-. - 1- -. - ,.
All kinds cf Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South ol the Square.
june23-dly F'ASSETT k CROSSMAN.
0a the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.rj
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort St.,
(Opposite City HalL)
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at-'
tached to the Hotel.
N. B Bewakk of Rr--rens and Hackjtet who say
we are full. It. FRENCH,
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
SMUT MACHINES, FI OUR PACKFRS, BRAN DUS
TERS, GENUINE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
BOLTING CLOTH. --
MA"UFACTrRZBS OP PORTABLE -'
GRINDING AND BOLTING FLOUR MILLS,
CORN and Feed Mills of all sizes, both upper and
under runners. Portable and Stationary Engines,
Boilers, Gearing, &c., furnished to order, corner of
Western Row and Second sts., Cincinnati.
Mills can be seen in operation at our Factorr
Fire Insurance Company. ;
CAPITAL $150,000 ALL PAID IN.
OFFICE North-w t Corner of the Public Square,
will take risks against loss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Hous m, Goods in Store, kc.
Also, Marina and River hazard to and from all porta.
Risks on Negroes against the Dangers of
JOHN H. HILL,
G M. FOGG,
N. E. ALLOWAY.
W. S. EAKIN,
K. U- UAKDMMC,
THOS. L. BRANSFORD.
JOSEPH VaTJLX, President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. oct22
Fluoring Mill for Rente
THE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
River, just below the city, is offered for rent the
remaincer of the present year, with the privilege of
next year. Apply to Tcb-nek S. Foster, Cbrrv street,
or JAMES CORBITT,
junc25-tf . at the MiU.
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment of FULL BOSOM
c-lHRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of Lin
en, Cambric and Bishop Lawn. Also, a small lot of
Shirts, with fine Embroidered Bosoms by
apr6-tf J. H. McGTLL.
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 165 South Summer
street, formerly the residence of Russell Houston,
Also, No. 15 North Summer street, the present resi
dence of Jas. Correy, Esq. Afiply to
J. K1KKMAN, President,
augl-tf Uuion Bank of Tenn. .
-w ; '-
Save the Pieces!
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated fami
lies, it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c
SPALDIRG'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to bo without it. It is always ready and up to the
Eticking point. There is no longer a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for cuue-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 may be
used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly
"USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." '
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar ttreet, New Tort
Address, HENRY C. SPALDING & CO.,
Box, No. 3,oo, xw vk
Put up tor Dealer in Ca&w containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens, beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accomiunying each package.
S A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will save ten times its cost annually to every
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
Countrv merchants should make a note of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate. . janl0ly
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank. J. Bitterlicli,
; Ko. 16 Deaderiek Steel, Up Stairs, ;
' NASHVTLLE, JTENN,"" ' y
; HABTTTAC I TJRER A1TO DEA1ZS U '
Guns, littles and 1 islols.
All work warranted to be of the finest workmanship
and of the most superior quality.
fW Repairing done m the beet, manner, and war
ranted, -i . . sug6-rfl6m
: 1860. ;
Fresh Garden Seeds.
WE are new in receipt of a complete stock of LAN
DRETU'S Garden Seeds, of the growth of 1S59,
including all the different varieties of -
Artichoke, ;" - - LeUiuce, .. , . Poets . - ; -Cabbage,
. ; Parsley, , t Nasturtium, ,
Cauiiliour, Pejiper, . ' ; " Pepper "Grast
Salsiiy, " Eudive, . Carrots - '
Leek,- ' . Beans, ; Mustard, '"
Borecole, . - ; Onion, - . - Peas,' - .
Early Corn, '1. Rhubarb,". Asparagus, .
Soaaeh, " - Kohl Rabbi, Egg Plant, '
Melons, " Brocoli, Okra, - -
Cardorm7 i - - Turnip, .. .Celery,;;-.
. tadi6ht . . Cucumber,. ' SprnacU,. . .
Blue Grass, Thimothy, Clover, Herds Grass, MUlet,
and all other kinds of Field Seed on hand during the
season.- -- i .. . . - '
Country merehants supplied with Garden Seed on
jan-f RAINS, BROWN k CO. '
- - -. .r, i - -r.
"ill i f n :
ill i ll lii
A-'f. MCALt. ' O. W. FILL
A.r B. - MONTGOMERY, Special Partner
M?GALL v FALL
' ' lVlioIesale and Eetail
- 7 " ' . DEALER IN" . . ' .
- CUAS, ll'TLERY, .
" ' . EDGE TCCLS,
Plows, Eakes, Cultivators,
KIRKMAN & ELLIS' OLD STAND .
31, Public Square,
- NASHA ILLE, TENN.
HATING added to our a!rc;it!y large stock of HARD
WARE and CUTLERY, a Due assortment of FIRS!
It ETA I la GOODS
IlNfE TABLE AKD 1X)CKEX KN1YES,' -EDGE
. ' . ' . COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' Tools, Implements, &c, 4c.
-We respectmHy solicit a call from our friends, for
nier patrons of XT Call & Co." and the public gen '
SVCAlali Si FAIaIa,
- .' Kirkman k Ellis' Old Stand,
S4 PUBLIC EQTJABX
Benton's Thirty Years in the United States Senate.
Cluskey's Political Text Book.
" Political Debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln
aud Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the celebrated cam-,
paign of 1858, in Illinois.
Life and Speeches of Senator Douglas
Our livirig Representative Men.
Historical and Legal examination of the Pred Scott
Case For sale by , JOHN YORK k COJ
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholesale Dealers Iu
V a vie lies' and' loll .Ins,
No 3 Hicks' Building, north side Public Square,
NASil V1L.L.K, TB.M A L.ri:L:.
E Invite the attention of City and Country Re-
vau Jiercuauis to our eioch. oi
FALL. AN 13 Wl.MEIl (.OODs,
now in store and ready for exhibition.
Our stock will be found unueually attractive and
complete; and we shall offer the strongest muiic-nieiil
to coali buyers and to all promi'l aim res.nsille deal
ers. FITE, tllEl HEliD k CO.
HERSCHTLL FEVTON'S mode of accomp'.ishimr bw
Pupils in the use of the Violi:; and Gt rr B. is ol
the most impulsive and modern schools. For is pro
gressive excellence la im)arimg a
Kiioivli-tfg.- r tllP Alt,
Reference may be obtained ol his numemur painms o
this City as well as the musical people throughout the
Turks For instruction, Violin $3 per mouth
" " " " 40 IHYFt'SSioQ
A il il rA;cit: m-iv ha m. at -itli.i. -r it.. i ..r. ;A w-
............. ...j ' - ' '.' ' "it ... n.-i- . imi-fi
and at the St. Cloud Hotel. Applications attended with
to-- .ti n. n-a. aim uioe. iiuiiieuiaie piuiciuailiv.
Room over the City Bank where he may he lound at
N. B. Pianos tuned to order. sepil-lpi
LAKE FISH, FREMI- CYST RS
NO. 1 DEADERICK STIIEKT.
WOULD respectfully announce to tho citizens of
Nashville that he has opened a Depot on ix-ade-rick
street, where ho intends to kr. o a constant suji
ply of the finest LAKE FISH, B.VLHM"EE OYSTrRS,
and all kinds of WHJJ GAME, which he will sell al
reasonable prices. scpt24-tt
Feed for Stoclt
THE Feed reduced to $2 50 per barrel bv
BEN J. F SHIELDS i CO.
July 23, 1860-tt
NORTH MARKET STREET.
THE undesigned begs Irave to inform his friends and
the public that he ha? si'.ll on hand a number ot
handsome vehicles oi ail kui.ls, and a splendid stud of
buggy and saddle horses, for the use of last voung
gents on COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or for the accom
modation of Young America and Young America's
What man living, of any sort of progressive spirit,
would be content to snail it behind a SLOW lloKSE
when he knows that an ANIMAL OK SPIRIT could be
AT THE LEVIATHAN STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-NICS," and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the pajiers
said about Tut New Coach, from the Leviathax Lively
Stables, on North Market street.
J. C McFERRAN,
A NOVELTY IN THE ART WORLD.
Photography upon Porcrlaict
Secured ly Letters Patent in the Coiled
States, England. France and Bel--.;
The Ainerieau Phutograpliie Porcelain
No. 781 Broadway, Saw York,
Having secured their novel and ingenious invention by
4anerican and European pateuts, are fully prepared to
execute all orders tor "aUNATURU LUyE- LsShS OF
PER ONS ON CHINA ," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water color drawing, aud
a hitherto unallained quality ot durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the natural properties ot
the articles upon which they are transferred.
As the patented process of the Company enables the
reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain Sur
faces but upon such as are round or of any degree of
irregularity portraits can be reproduced with fault
less accuracy, and delicacy of delineation, upon Por
ce lain wares ot any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of househo.d utility, such as
URNS, VASE, BREAKKAST CUPS. TOI
. ; .. . ' . LET ARTICLES, Ac ;
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing an
unique and exquisite style of ornauijutation of articles
in domestic use. - ' . '. . , ' ." ' " "
- In order to furnish faculties fr the graliflcatien of
the D-JPUlar taste, and to meet the wauis oi lu p
tront of the Fine Arts desirous ot having Port: a. U on
Porcelain the Company have iruporleU t.ora Europe a
rolled n of superior porcelain goods, monulaclarcU to
their own order, which they tea at oui p. rx.
As the American iimpany are owners oi tne (latent
riirht and oansequeatly the only poisons aulhontju to
J,, process, they have dctermmeu, iu or uer tu at
rord Peoplo in every section of th Luton an oppoi tu
'"' to nvftM Por trails on China, to mane the loiiuw
lue proposition to restdeuW in the country, who are
unable tSvisit personally tbe Atelier arid oo-jeih in
New York! Person senduig a jraoUigrapu, a in bio,
type or dagucrretyK- to the olliee of tue Cc-inony in
Sew'vork, aceomr-iui -d by ma o u-lars, will receive
in return by ex,a-s, tree of other charge, a rk-hiy or
namented lirwikfost Cup and aucer, -ith the poi t.-aii
truwf. r 4 H ereon. - r .
Uy tratitmiituig a daguerreotype and tsji ivmaasj,
they w-iU secure in like manner, a hitnusome French
Vase or Toili Article, with tho portrait reproduoud by
the patented process. -
By tending a pair of daguerreotypes and nrrsen
POU.ABS, they will receive in return a pair of ran
r-evres Vases, with the portraits executed equal u.
minature painting; ud, iu lite manner, pu.-tr.iw can
be reproduced ou porcelain war. or Vns.ui cv-sf
quality of finish, ranging iu price from Twenty to On
Hunuied doilxis the Pu". - ,
Bj pa licuiar in writ.n the a ldress, town,
eoonty and taut distinctly. Ah letteis to be ad
dressed to 'MASAULK. AilK .ICAN PUoTuGRAl'hlC
PORCELAIN CO.,' 7S1 Broadway, New Youc.
H i fi ll
, Sheltou's . Maible' Works!
Church street, next door to Com clue's Cabinet Bbop
A aslivtlle, Tenia., '. .
HE undersigned would inform fait friends -
aad the pub.ic g--neraliy that be will coo- y
hut sboii-'iierL tittnr ia i'Vw-nMJiua'a 'jihm't TrT
Eiiop, on Church ttreet, and calls attention to
the stuck of
Iarble .lonuraenlt, Tomb, etc.'
Which he has on exhibitjoo and for tale, embracing
great variety, nninhed in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to maauticture on tho thoru.t notice
Marble Mantles ; and every description of Marble
Woric. oi uie uiuKt American and Itaiau Marble- ilut
wim k will, as hcretoiure, be waranleu, aud bis prices
to suit the lime. M. L. SHELTON.
Joc9 if. f
Harper's New Monthly Uagaziue ;
Godey's Lady's Book; . -
' Peterson's Lady '6 National Magazine ;
Arthur's Home Magazine ;
Teterson's Ladies" National Magazine;
'. Arthur's Home Magazine;
Just received by F. HAGAN 4 CO
septll College street.
University of Louisiana.
THS Lectures in this I-cpartment will commence on
the second MONDAY ol November, 1S60, and con
tume until the first M Ediy of April, 1861. They will
embrace the various Linn ;ue of the Civil Law, oi the
Common Law, and of fity; Admiralty, Conimercial,
lute: national, and ConiitutHnaI Law, and the Juris
prudence o: lle United blole. The Lectures wiil be
delivvr- i -tour Pressors :
oh. XHil'A jR IL McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
A imuit'ty au4 inteinalioui.1 Lnw.
RAN DELL HUNT, Proi.waor oi'Couimercial and Crimuv
al l-i w, aud the Law ut Eviuence.
CHRl'l IAN KU.-ELIUS, LL. D., I'rofessor of Civil Law.
Ala-RED HENNEN, Priessor of Constitutional and
Comiuvu Uiw, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city iu tho United States has the advantages
which New orleaias ponsosses tor the ready and perlect
acquirement of the Modem Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in anv other large
cny in the Union.
All comiuunicalions must be addressed to the Dean
of tbe Faculty , at New Orleans.
aug!0-diwt3 Imin Duin of the Faculty.
CO A L. I COAL ! COAL !
U NTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
jima; jit the luiiowuig prices:
Lump Coal, per ton $5 60 -
Round Coal, " " 5 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Biackniith's do. " ' 3 SO
Mr. John B. Lang will in future attend to tbe busi
ness of the Company in this place.
SAMUEL J. AGNEW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co. ,
Nashville, August 16. I860.
iV-Orders can be leit in Box No. 4, Post Office, or
al tue Yard, back of the Nashville and Cluatauooga
Railr.d Depot. JOHN B. LANG,
liOLSr. MGX AAU 1-liMM.MA: PALTLE,
.No. 75 or li i.arket fctreet,
Opposite Myers, Hunt k Co. 'a Carriage Shop.
S All orders from the city or country atteuded to
witu promptness anu deialch. seplll-LT
cjl),ccv S..e ias
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE.
On Mondays, Weanes ays and Fridays,
AT 2A.V O'Ci-OCA" A. 31.
Si Tins arrang.-m nt is made for the purpose o
bolu acci.uim-UiliLg buyeia aud pjuitais, auu 1 hope
wUl be Salrsiactory.
uio-ll-u A. HAMILTON.
e- t ce
E have opened our Ice Dspot in the rear or the
f tale Lauk, ana w . m.. cuap as any m the
market Uial u aa good. Our ice 1 Horn 1 ara .isc ill 1 ,
thit teu mi.vS no 111 of Nasuvue, an t utaue eXcLSive
ly 01 luc b-st epi lug Wator m tue ttalo. I. uu 10 t
eight inch-s tlilck. Wo wid open a uuXt ou smclii
t iieny sti-eet at C McCia-y's g.oce.y store about the
IdiU Ol .IjlilL
urn 10-if B. E 4 J. J. GARRETT.
fl'IlE tmdertigned will tell one-halt, or the whole ol
L 700 Acre tu Land, lying in Council t Hcud, on
Ihiek H--re. , iu lOcnuiou county, leULUutace, about lour
miles below Ceutrei ule.
Thore is about 200 Acres of Land now in cultivation,
and about 300 more lil lor cu.tivatmn. It bas lAree
lasting spi ius ou it, with buii iirus at eacl ouv a
cmiortubte Kiaiue Dwoiiiug, with suitable D'tru and
otiier out bouses. The faim can be divided into three
parts without injury.
If only one half is sold , one third of tho purchase
money must be paid in cosh, tbe balance on two equal
auuuai lUSUiiimeuis. If tbe whole ti act is sold togeth
er, one p-iyui -ut must be in cash, and the balance on
equal aim ioi eu.sta.liin en Is from oue to seven yeait, as
may bo agreed ou. Persons wishing to purchase can
call and examine for themselves, or can get any inlor
mation they may wish by addrming
S. IL WILLIAMS,
aug!4-w2in Coutreville, Tenn.
HAVING been appointed and qualified as Adminis
trator of tile esute ot liavid Muuey, sr., dee d.,
all persons having claim. against said estate are noti
fied to tile them with me williin the time required by
law or Un-y will be forever barred; and all persona in
debted to ilia same are hereby required to come for
ward and make payment.
sejll-lin Adm'rol Iavid Smuey, sr.
P, Y. 11 AX EY & CO
NO. 4a MARKET STREET,
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers
Wrought and Cast Iroa Coali SSwts,
AND every variety of heating stoves, Grates, Tin
plate, Copper, Iro- , Wire fciuc, Japaned, pressed
and common Tuiware, Brass Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jars, Coppi?r bottoms. Arc, Ao. Are now iu receipt of
a large aud well a?soi ted stock of every article usually
kept in their line of business, which they are deter
mined to sell low lor cash or to punctual dealers.
Job work of every kind solicited an 1 special atten
tion given to it. Wo are also pre) tared to do Roofing,
Guttering, Ace., iu the best manuer possible.
i)ial-fobds itry (heap.
rAM now in receipt of my large and well assorted
stock ot Stiple and Fancy Dry -Goods, which I am
otreruig at very low prices.
As quick sales and small profits is my motto, I am
willing to tike up with the latter to accomplish the for
mer, and will olL-r great inducements to all who wiil
favor me with a call, especially to cash buyers. Come
and see for yourselves. DAVID HUMPHREY,
sepl21-tf No. 22 South side of the rquare.
Thf Graflie.ibfr? Ve.tuble Pills,
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
And for .
INDIGESTION CO aSIIPATTOIT HEAD
ACHE" EiVJU3. ILlIOTJSfcESS
EEAbTBUaX-iCIDI rY- a TJS i v LA
UlibNCci WANT 01? APE.ITI)YSPiP
SIA LIVES CO afLAISf vEI?1KG3.
On account ut Uieir great mildness, and from the
fact- tiia they never gripe, uausuate, or leave the
bowels in a couslipulvd con iitioo, the Grarfheuberg
Pihs wiil be found more pleasant than any other. t
-Price 25 cent per box. On the receipt of one
dollar, fojr boxes will bd t.-nt by mail, free of postage
to an; part of the country.
MACKENZIE MIX CHIN",
sept22-t No. 14 College Street.
A New Novel, by Marion HarUnd, author of Alone,
Hidden Path and Mots Side, for tale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK it CO.,
aug29-tf . No. SS Unwa tuw4. :
A Fiiu .ew.Top Bug;f.
",rE have a handsome now Buggy fur tile at 7
V ? mouth time, tor t itisf icwy (uper.
. entral Rooms,
tep-22-tf . . Zl Codjgj ot.ee.
Misi't" Utiom (or i.t'ivl,,
r pWO 3 tor Rooms, well locate), to rent for the bt
X a:iceol loW. Applytu UK U.rJit klU '
. aepuS . , . . ... .
U'tucer S le..
PC1.SU ANT to decretal order, m-kle the case
ut N. C. We.-uw, A tm'r, mka lut Mistuuri Ntxou,
u. L rendered ou the 14ui day ufaept. at CeUUrrviue,
1 wi.i proceed to t -il, un tue 2 id day c4 November,
i860, on the pr mis s, a valuable tract of Ian I, oti
tajiing abuMt 1 -600 jo.ee, lyuig on Lott -rwi o 1 Cri-rk
in tiicivniau Cuiuiiy.t -g tu t with raloab.e tirm
Mill i.vUUup. the same, llu tJititui
tuid sale wiii be upon a cro lit of one two and three
year. Nous witu g kkI security an i lien r -tamed u; -on
Uie pr.-perty tor tue pureh.oJ money, withuat lie
right of reuem;tkun.- . - -
on tho bm.' day, in Hickman County, in the cae of
BoJuig Gordon, et. ol. vs. An lrew J. oordou, et al., I
will proceed u t jII, toe preni.se, tu the hign- Si and
frtrfl bidder, a tr.tct of land o .tuning 184 aewt-t ylnti
on Duck River, tile boundari. a ol wtuc are .cribe.
in tbe picaduiH til -d in sai.l ca isa. Said lan-1 w ll b
sold 00 a c r- Jii ol oue aad two - oiili itit resi
bum Ual'-of tile. ' OKVlli-E A. NIXON,
trt'L24-W . . , " ' . Hit Master.
.. jm 1 . ....MMnAl.A -"l -
I.VCUUUUIIU vmmM. mm'vm . -..
GOOD city 01a-1 Family Barouche, but little uteu
for sale chuao bv
epU-tf BENJ F. SHIELDS CO,
(tet Lcnsottssn ooxaiiit it a aorajta.)
One Square 1 dav $1 00 each addittmjd insertioa $ M
" - 1 week, S 00 eaciiaduiUcnal square to
2 4 5U 4 . ' 3 00
" "1 month S 00 " ". " " S 00
M u24'900"w -u w 4M
" " S ' " 12 00 " . - " " S 0t
" - " - 6 " 18 00 ",", S 09
"" 12 " 25 00 " ' JO 00
axxzwABu at ruAScxa.
One square, one year, 30 each additional square S10
Written notice most be iriven u take out and stop
advertisements of yearly advertisers before the year
expires, otherwise we shall charge till done.
No contract of yearly advertisements wiii be discoa-
t in tied without previous notice to en, nor will anr
charge be made for less thaa one year at the yearfy
43- Adver isers txecedin tit space eo-
txacted lor rui be coargediar the 1
MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD, MRS. IKWTN will pen a
School for Girls in the Basement of the Pretbyte
rian Church Edgefield. Arrangements have beec made
to give a full aud thorough Academic and Cofleciate
Tbe Lady employed to teach Music cannot fail to giva
Mon. P. F. SANTEL, a native cf France, aad a grada
atof the Royal College of Algiers, wui tenc h Franca,
1 Mmvc vswm. moil, au lei pre
seats the best testimonials from many disluuruwhed
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: "He has been
te&chin..r mv son --Mrr.A tim o r. , i. c i . . .
him cunviuces me that be deaarvea to be trusted im
pUciHy as a Teacher of Frencn."
Tbe regular Kates per Session of five months are Hi
$20 and $24. '
gMdsiconthe Piano $25 00
Latin and Greek 10 00
Modern Languages,.... ...... .....I 20 00
crocueiaau rseeuie work i 00
M .f- Piinila wil, h. rliir-i r.M v. .
- v..Y uvui wtuucu witrnr
to the end of the Session. The bias will be payable at
uc uiauuiv vi ui. aessMiu. ailirzti tf
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for the Bladder.
HELM MOLD'S BLVHC for the Kidneys,
HELM BOLD S BCVHC tor the Gravel.
HELM BOLD-S BUCHU for the Dropsy.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Nervousness
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Loss of Memory. ;
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Dimness of Vision,
HELM BOLD' S BVCHU for Difficult Breathmc
HEi.MBOLD'S BVCHU lor Weak Nerves.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for I'nivetsiu litnde
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU lor Horror of Disease.
UElMBOLD S BVCHU lor Night-sweats.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for WaKefumees
HELMBoLD s BVCHU for Dryness of skin
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Eruptions.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU lor ltin fti the Back.
HELMBOLD'S BVCHU for Heaviness of the Eyelid
witb tcmiutaty sutlusation and loss u turht
HELM BOLL'S BVCHU lor Mobi.ily and Restless.
ness, with want ot alter tioj anu hurior ot society
HELMBOLD'S BVCUv lor Obsu uctiuns
HELMBvLD S BVCHU lor Exoessea ai king from
indiscretion, anu au uiseass et
t'EMA LEVEMA LESFEMA LES
H-SlAA-Ei, fEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR roUAG, AlAiiLE, MARRIED, OR COS-
tLMftAlLti MA ULLAGE,
TAKE A O MORE PILLS,
1Aa.E Ao MojlE Pills,
THEY ARE OF AO A VAIL,
TH.r AilE oF Ao A FAIL
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCUU
IS THE VERT BEST
REM ED T IX THE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the sejt, whether i ising
from in..iso vtiwu, habits oi Dissipation, or in the
DECLIAE OR CHAA GE OF LIFE I
SLA sl'Jtt-jxjj ABOIEI
A'O FAMiLl' .tivLLu BE WITHOUT IT I
TARc. Xo AfCi.r Balaam, MElCLF, ot CX
r'loA.j.li JiLL-HiALS c LAtLRAs
AA 3 A A if LiAA GlRoL'S DLiEAlS.
UElMBuLD s EJTTRACT BLCHU
In all theii stages, At little Expense
Liluu u. no cuaie in Diet; - No iuuutivetifcAioe
AAD AO EXPOSURE.
Use HELMBOLD'S LA IWAUT BUCUU tar exe
a.'lS(i. L uiu MOita uiiiu'.a in
BF VoCAG axd old,
And for i'. is -as s arising from habits of dissipation. It
n.u:-a i. . .miuw. fS, .Mil WUl toMim UM .
patunt iu a short tune to a state ot health and purity.
Use HdmUAd s Extract Bucka for diseases and aflec
tiuus ot Uie motil U is Lr easing character.
Use UdmUAd'M Extract Buckm for ail aflixtions aad
diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
B0 W LOXO SZA XDIXO.
All the above diseases and symptoms admit of the
same treatment and may originate from the same cauae.
READt READ! t READItl
HELMBOLD'S BUBHTJ is safe and pleasant hi tule
and odor, but immediate in actwo. -
Personally appeared before me an Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELM BOLD, Chemist, who"
being duly sworn, does say that his preparation con
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs, bat is
II . T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 23d day of Ko
WM. P. HTBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $6, delivered to any
OXE THIXO CERTAIX,
A Trial Costs Int a Dollar-Trr it!
And be convinced of its efficacy. And it is accompan
ied by reliable and responsible certificates from Profes
sors of Medical Colleges, Clergymen ana otiierr.
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
XECESSA R T CA VTIOX Should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another article, which nays a better
profit and is worthless, ask for Helmboid s, take M
RAIXS t BROWX,
Wholesale and Retail Ageau, Nashvilla.
S44 ly aU Draggists everywhere.
BARRELS Timothy Seed; '
20 " Blue Grrse do;
20 " Orchard Grata do;
20 Herds Grass do;
In store and for aaie low by
sepU7 HUGH McCREA Jt CO.
iew Books. !
Just received by '
JOHN: VOKK A CO., v T
NO 38 UNION STREET. '
THE MOTHER IN-LAW, by Mrs. South worth, Aa
thorof Lady of the Isle complete in 1 vol $1 24.
Language without a master.
Latin, -panish, French, Italian and German langua
ges without a master. An, one, or all of then lan
guages can be learned by any one without a teacher,
witb tbe aid of this book. Price $1 St. octl-tf
Pilots tor i lie liUiuu..
HAVE in store, a large and superior stock of Boots,
shoes an 1 (jailors, to which tuey cait tue uius- '
tlou of ah witu wiau good tnooa aud at ranarkaUg low
Our stock for Gentlemen is Urge, and embrace
ev-ry va. i. ty, both t-wed and iveggsi. lue Udies ,
win fuJ evjiy style ot Gaite. s, witu anu aitbovt
ujcj. - A aw, ivpot, B .siiiiiH, stc, for l.r end,
Youtiis, Misses aud i lii..lrn. We lat uuge uk
an i vi e vu.y variety.
. p. a riov -n ti . :
We would call tue attention of Planters Co oar ( RE
M1UM U.tOuA., Wajc-a is a must sutie.iuf a. licit .
AJio, &i on In leu urticans, ImjIcu BxwU Iw wiwj, -uoavy
aoi-bw Un. Uuota. uur hjcs. of i.oj n
Houut on i ."huua uu lau and wuitsr as ta. ac an : fo. . .
Weiuvotaceu iitnw.iai aim m gttuig . our rUHjt '
luis fau, auu we are tolLUeu IIau we ia give aatis.ac
u a ana uiduceWents to ail C.it and pumpt laying
c ij.l-.iiiu-. S wm suaii give us caii. , -
ociS-tf ... a c a .
Dis u: ct t opatlutifchfpa.
The fl- ai SAUTLEY, PoRTER k tU, ia this day
risMMved by rn aomI cuust ii M -sart- Sauaey and Bur.
, y riUriiiit T'm t..uaiti.c oopartuers have taken iau -
luelr burn Mr. it. A. ALLISON, late oi the House of
AiiiAiu, Axusi'a Co., anj tha businoaa wiu be eon- '
dw.ted, L-iKuure at Um uid stand. No SI, Public :
SquM- , uuder tiM name and ttvle of
; aepi21-im - -, POKIER, JOHNSON k COv
: NHU IUM
The nndenigned having toed uieir mterast ia the -business
of Sauaey, i orwr A Ua., to Meotut. Porter,
JuUu& a t Exclusive Wholesale dealer in Hu,
Caps, etc etc., take pleasure in recommending the
nam tirra tr he cohliniMd conlUenoe of their old.
friends and castosners and to the public in nneral.
K. C. SAl FLEY. -