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NASHVILLE TENN TUKSDAY. OCTOBER 23; 1800 . .-:
NEW SERIES NO. 1498.
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- eootmoed fpaid id adranee at the time subscribed tor),
the subscriber must order, otherwise it will be coatin-
ied, at our- option, until paid -for and stopped. If
not paid, it must be paid at the time of discontinuance,
or at our option- If the party is good, it will bo sent
Remittances by mail, In "registered" letters, at our
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Steam Press Prialins Concern!
A. S. CAMP & CO., Proprietors,
Ho. 16 Deaderick Street,
U PmUuked Dailf, TH-Wtddf end Weetlg.
- " ' Weekly
. ..$8 per annum.
per atifiilin. .
...13 per annum.
Tlie Patbot is an earnest, active and indetatigable
apporter of the Constitntiooal Union cause, and in the
present canvass for the Presidency will use every hon
orable eSort to promote the election of Bau and Evss
mrr. To enable us to labor with increased efficiency
we ask our party Irienda to aid us in extending its cir
By the purchase of the printing establishment of the
Ainot, and recent additions of new materials from the
foundries, the Job Omcx of the Patriot has been made
the largest and most complete in the Soath-West. It is
also supplied with the most competent workmen.
Steam has been applied to our presses, which are of
the best kinds. We are prepared to print, in the high
est style of the art, plain, in colors, or bronze,
Mai, indeed, everything from the smallest Tip to the
mammoth Poster, or the least Pamphlet to the largest
The large circulation of the Patriot, greatly augmen
ted by the addition thereto of the subscription lists of
Aew, renders it an excellent advertising medium.
None better in the city.
We solicit orders, at our office, No. IS Deadek
A. S. CAITIP & CO.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
"TTTlSniXG to make other investments, we propose
V to sell all our Real Estate ia Davidson ro., aa
follow 3 :
That Suburban Residence,
situated on the Franklin Turnpike, within half a mile
of to citv, and opposite the residence of the late Jo
seph W. Uortun. This is, perhaps, the most command
ing site in the vicinity of Nashville, and is a most de
sireable country residence. The boue will be sold
with 12 or 15 acre uC land as the purchaser may
That Valuable Farm,
known as the Sims Tract, situated on the Smith Turn
pike, (old Lebanon road) within three miles of Nash
ville, containing 330 acres. The soil is good, it is well
watered and timbered, and can be divided into small
tracts of twenty acres and upwards, all of which are
admirably adapted for country residences, market gar
dens and dairy farms. Also, that
on the same road, now occupied by T. C. McCampbell,
and formerly owned by Tom Hardin?, containing
about 250 acres. This place is so well known as to
need no further description. It will also be divided to
gait purchasers. T. C. McCampbell will show these
places to anv one who will call.
Ail tlie above property w ill be sold on reasonable
terms, and on a credit of one, two, three and four
Apply to A. V. S. Lindsley, Nashville, or to either
of tho undersigned.
THOS. C. 5IcCAMPBELL,
Six miles from Nashville.
J. A. McCAMPBELL,
DO OU JXSUllE
If not, Insure at once.
& M. A. 1 1 ,
osanda hourly hurried to a
... bavin? neglected th-
las wille, leuaec..
1100 .000 DEPOSITED WITH COMPTROLLER.
5 .000 000 CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Ko. 69 Market street,
lTTKhave now on hand a full and complete assort
V V men l of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, Ac, which
we offer at the very lowest prices:
Circular Saw Kills, double and tingle;
Hale'" Cider Hill and Corn Sheller;
Sinclair's Straw Cutter;
Killer's Eteel Flows;
Field Hollers, &c
aeptU-tf ARMSTRONG k. CO.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Shop on Church between Cherry and College sts.,
THE undersigned respectfully informs the public
that h has raceatiy taken the above stand and is
prepared to do RJai ksmnhing in all its branches, such
as Horse-Shoeing, Buggy-Repairing, Ac., Ax., xc., in
the best mscer and at short nvtico. lie solicits
a share of public j4Uronage.
House-keeping Made Easy.
THS WHEAT CHEER TEA3T CAKES will always in
sure good wholesome bread. For 15 cenu yoa
can get on dosen Yeast Cakes, which will niaka 50
large loaves of the best bread.
600 CAKES SILVER SOAP, hourly expected by
express. Almost every family in town has used it.
or Spring cleaning it is invaluable for washing Paiut,
Looking Glasses, lidded Work, Marble, Silver or Plated
REFRIGERATORS. We have sold a large tot of
those fasaoua Philadelphia Refrigerators. Wa have a
large lot coming. They are warranted to give satislac
tam, as they are not only the best but they are the
prl U MACKENZIE A MIXCHIX.
WATER COOL.EIIS, &.C.
TUST received direct (rem the manufacturers and for
ie at lower pricn Uia ever before sold in this
plaa Water Coolers, 1
26 Porcelian lined do.
10 McDonald's Refrigerators.
t Bchcoiey Patent do.
to Maaser's 3 minute Freezers.
3 Seamore's Pat. Freezers.
I also make plain Ice LYem Fretzera to order of aor
JIODoi. Miaoos Pat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and S
30 dos. Plain Fruit Cans for sealing
- 40 dox. 1 quart Glass Fruit Jar.
lew Picks and Uaicbeta.
Sherry Mixers and Muddlers
10 do. Pat. Egg Whips.
1 oox. natea tnp;era.
J. W. WILSON,
1? CuUrge trent.
it Lux et Lux Puit
. "TTTE have Just received another supply of Coal Oil
V Lamps, among which are some very handsome
pattersa fur parlors, all fitted with the Collins burner
which m the last improvement and is immeasurably
aaperior to any other Lamp now before the public fur
aoftnew and steadiness of tame, freedom from smoke,
simplicity ib ceasuructiuo, beauty and elegance in fin
tab, cleanliness) and economy. Una Lamp wit) give the
light of nur candles and dotw not cost as much as one.
' The Oil we have imported to burn in these Lamps is a
clear, beautiful article, free from any oOunsive odor,
leave ao grease spot when spill upon carpet or cloth
ing and will not explode
RAINS, BROWN a: CO.
Wholesale as Retail Druggists, No. 19 public Square
Xasaviiia Tens. - - - mar. 16 if. -
BT A LADY OT NEW ENGLAND.
Price fl 25. For s by
Ctuth, - m
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alboclty. Mjjicrat relit, imeat'SJ'ioo
THE COUATKY IS SAFK! !
WHEELER & WILSON
Tennessee utters her voice in favor of
WHICH GIVES CS
Enough to save the Union, and silence all croakers.
Please mark the record and tell us is the verdict
The United Plates as represented in its Agricultural
Society, bave declared for . ,
Seventeen States, all that have voted, have declared
WUcclcr Ai Wilson.
All of the Mechanical Associations in the principa
cities of the Union have declared for
heeler and Wilson.
The best Mechanics the country produces have de
clared for WHEELER & WILSON. And more have
siad that no Machine can be invented that shall be
superior in the objects proposed, or to be obtained in
any such Machine.
Xew Style Maehine Fifty Collars !
C. It. PARSOSS, Agent,
ept23-tf 26 UNION ST., NASHVILLE.
At their old Tricks tgain.
THAT the public may not be dec i by the adj
vertiaemeufs of the venders of turf Wheeler &
Wilson, though perhaps more appropriately styled the
diminutive shuttle, bobbin and leather pad Machine,
we will here state that the Bureau of the State Agri
cultural Fair, ottered a premium of $10 for the best
Shuttle or Lock Stitch Machine. In this list of second
class Machines, tb Machines considered by the Com
mittee as contending Tor the premium, were the Sin
ger, A. B. Howe, aud the Wheeler & Wilson, being the
only Machines on exhibition making the Shuttle
Stitch. This premium being awarded to the Wheeler
k Wilson over thn Singer and Howe Machines only.
These Weeler k Wilsou experts are still at their old
game of perversion, shaping their advertisements in
such a manner as to make tne public believe, if possi
ble, that they took the premium for the best Machine
for famiiy use, which was very far from being the
case. This little Baby Shuttl? Machine and the Si ger
and A. B. Howe, were considered in tho class of Ma
chines best adapted to Manufacturer's purposes li'ht
and heavy while the tirst and highest premtum was
awarded to the Grover &. Baker Machine and Stitch as
being the best over all others foj family use.
It appear csirctnclv tsusy lor unscrupaluus venders
of Shuttle Sewing Machine to make very high sound
ing but incorrect statements out of very scanty
'- j :-.; it.;i-C rv. ROSE C
S S BOYLE, FREDERICK GOULE.
BOYLE & CO..
No. 59 Second Street,
Foreign Liquors and Wines, Distillery and Manufactur
ers of Brandies, Wines, Cordials, Bitters, Ax., have
ennstantjv on hand various grades of pure B'L'R
BOS and RYE WllI.SK Y. i'EACH and APPL-.
BRA A Or : also, BARaTJLRIA and XEW E-G-LAXD
HCil, tr. tole manuiacturers of the cele
brated ROS. WHISKY.
JtJ Agenu for Fred Goule's Japanese Bitters,
New Steinwav Piano
lW Luck's Music Store,
If 45 Union street.
a instrument is warraniea new . i..,..
ry , as will be seen on examina
I will sell at mannfacturer's
prt without ailditional charge for freight. Tho
in want of a Piano will find it to their interest
call and examino H before purchasing.
nja'17-tf Music Dealer, 45 Unina
SCI1UKTZK & LUDOLFF,
MANUFACf URERS or iBoa Fiuax, -a.. ,
GRAND, SQUARE and PARI OK ftSi' :
UKAND PIANO FORTES, made with S"fj3'"'r"(7
all the improvements conductive to i " la J ii
superiority of Lie, touch m& drrability, GOL
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs in New York, 18
'bt and '44, and ia tl. Louis, 1859. Kealers, Scho
and Families will atve money by calling befire p
chasing. Alt instruments guaranteed tor tnree v
Warerooms 142 BROOUE ST , (a lew doors Wee
Broadway.) New York. feb21-6
New York Pianos.
T.' II. CIIA3IBKKS'
Eatabllaned In 1828.
T. U. CILVMUEUS,
(Formerly Dubois ic biodart,and Dubois, Bacou t
Cor. 8th street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This is a reliable place to purchase Orders by
letter faithfully executed, and perlect citigfaction
- N. B. teend for a clrcalar, with description of
at v tea and scoedul. of prices. turilUn -
Ladies' French Dress and Pack
: j o u x ivAMAti i:.
42 College Street,
" DEALER IN "
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks,
HAS received aJililtonaTsuppiiea of Ladiea' Extra
Large Drees TruuVs, ot Uw latest style.. Bt
English toie Leather ttel Spring Trnnks; Ladies' buu
net Boxes, single and Doable Tup; Valises, Bags, ax.
for sale at very tow prices. - '
joneS-tr JOHN RAMAGE. .
. FItUlT JARS.
STONI CCS Fruit Jars foreale by
ogls-tf RAIN'S, BROWN k CO
Jl!?T RKCE1YED BY
. J O U N YORK CC1
TheKel'.ys and the O'Kellys by Dr. Thoue. . .'
Margaret Mancrieffe by t harlea Burdott.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne,
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and hid Critics.
Humboldts Corresjiaudence. "
Mill on the Fiona.
life Struggle by Miss Pardoe. " .
How to en ioy Life. '
Fawn of four Acres.
living Rep-esentatton Men. .
Habita of Good Soccity fur Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning life's Evening.
Notes on NcrSng by Miss Nightingale'
El Fureidis by autbor of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington Trving. '
Lrttl Be oty by auilior of Gamblers Wife. '
Mores' Letters to Lord Mcauby,
Tylney Hall a Lovel by Thomas Hood.
jjhrone of David by author of Prince House o!
The Florence stories by Jacob Abbt tt.
The Biblecol Reason Why Word of God.
Friers-Wood Post Office by Hem, of RedcliC
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
v Years, and other tnrie by Julia Kavanagh
C-ODEY'S LADIFS' BOOK, for September. ,
- GODEY'S INDIES BOOK, for September;
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and for sale by
JOHN YORK & CO.,
augla-tf No. 3S Union stree
Tlags ! Flags ! Flags !
AND DECORATIONS of al! kindsnd sizes for Fourth
of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 4o Union street is now prepared 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.
jiuie21-tf " "
Sunday School Celebrations.
Flags Flags'! Flags ! ! !
"VTOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a Pro
Ll cession of Sunday School Children as a Flag in
the hand of every little buy and girl. LUCK is now
prepare to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College
street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Houm.
HOUSE, S 1 G 1?
- 62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
Jg3 Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children born,
die before they are live years old. Give no
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been invented.
The Health Bitters,
For 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dvspeptic habits, billioua disorders derangement
of the 8Uimach and bowels. Every family should use
them at the present change of the season. ,
aprl4-tt . MAIIKKN.IK & 3I1NCUIN.
Fireworks ! !
FLAGS AND TORCHES!
JOHN LUCK, 45 Union street, has now the best as
sortmunt in Nashville of everything in the 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 r u nlLS ! T r vi n Us
TUST received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
fj DRESS TRUNKS; Solo Leather Trunks, Steel Spring
Valises and Bags.
LADIES' BONNFT BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap for
cash. - JOHN RAMAGE,
auglA-tf 41 Collexestreet
ITTSL T. WRIGHT A CO., would res)cct-
V fully inform the citizens of Nashville
and the public generally that they have
purchased the well known Livery Stable and the stock
aud fixtures, formerly occupied by Win. J. Philips, on
Market street, just below the Square.
We have nrst-rale lots and box-stalls to accommo
date drovers, aud 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 line Saddle Horses and
fine Buggies to hire at all times. ..
The fact is, we do not inteud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Come along aud see
jan3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT & CO.
UNVEIL ITT OF NASHVILLE.
J. Bkrkoct Lisbsltt, M. D., D. D., Chancellor of the
University, and lrofessor of Chemistry and Geology.
Cot. B. R. Johnwix, Superintendent of the Military
College, and Proressor of Engineering.
JaxesF. Haanjoa, A. M., Professor of Mathematics,
aad Natural Philosophy.
J. 11. Stewart, A. M-, Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages and Literature.
Guokok S. Blackik, A. M., M. D., Professor of Botany
and Natural History.
Rxv. J. W. Hotts, A. M., M. D., Professor of Mental
and Moral Philosophy, and Biblical Literature.
R. W. Prrsaa, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. Anglik, Teacher of French and I Tawing.
C K. Wwstos, M- D-, Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1860-61, com
mences on the 3d of SeHember, 1860.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January,
1861. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12th
of June, ls61.
Tuition, boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and usoof Arms, (105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Studeuts are required to famish
their rooms. Engineering, French, Spanish, German,
Drawing, Book-keeping, and Fencing each $10 perTerur
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promotxi.
For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
any Member of the Faculty, or
B. R- JOHNSON,
july 23 w2m. Superintendent.
Furnishing and Fancy Goods.
I f E arc daily receiving additions to our already full
V V supply ot FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We
bave all the latest styles of Shirts and Collars, Stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes, Suspenders and all qualities of Hos
iery for both Ladiea 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 rates
with the short crops. - - - J. H. McGUX,
sei3-tf Cherry St. , one door from Union.
Furnishing a 1 Fancy Ujods."
WE are daily .receiving additions to our already
full supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS. We
have all the latest styles of Shirts and Collars, stocks,
Cravats and Ties. We have any quantity of Gloves,
Gauntlets, Robes .Suspenders and all qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen. Our stock ot Under
ware a completeembracing all the heavier fabrics of
Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaceing season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rales
with tho short crops. . J. H. MoGILL,
sepl24-lf Cherry St., one door from Union.
Baltimore Bell and Brass Works
- No. 63
JREGESTER & WEBB, .
Keep on hand and mast to order,
OF every sire and tone, varying from 10 to 10,000
Mesne, which are warranted in all respects equal
to any made ia the Cootkt. Alsq.manufactureevery
variety of Brass Faucets for Water, Steam and Gas.
Also, Brass Castings, Babbiu's aad Anti-Friction Metal
all of which is sold upon pleasing terms. ; ' h , r
Send for a Caxaloocs asd PiucxLbi...
marl3-d6ni ... ........
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
- Order, can le left In Box 91, P. 0. '"
aeelTMC - . 9, J, AGXETF, .
Vesper Gas flight!
V The '.Cheapest. Mo st Brill i ant
KOST fOiTEXlEXT IfiTIFICliU LIGHT?
rrtHIS GAS U generated, from PurjKVial Oil, and for
I . elegaiM-e, economy, safety and simplicity cannot
be kurptuMcd. The nxures arc iu the sanni.tyto as the
ordinary gjs flxturen. r -
Principal Agency at 47 Cooper's Buildms; Cher
ry street, whonj the light can be soon at anv time-. - 1
janl2-ly THOSjH TAYU.'-
Coal! Coal! Coal! -'
ALL persons kiring a errKRioa article of Coal, en
tirely free from Slate ob Crstixs and making only
Sav'E!i per cent, ashes, should send an order to the Et
na Coal Yard: where : they can obtain .the must eco.
aomical Coal in the city at the foliowSig prices:
Larg Selected Lump, ' ' 21 cenu per bahel ;
Screened or Round, 19"'" . --
BlackBmith's or Fine, 15 " " "
OrdcrB can be left in Box 94, P. 0.t or at. the Yard,
back of the X. & C. K. R. Depot. ' : " . .
dec22-tf . - - SAML. J. AGNEW. -
. A N li It E XV WIND'S v;
133 Nassau St., cxt door to the Nassau Bank, K. Y. ,
is the Aeent for the Nm iLLE Patkiot, and the best
circulating Journals in the United States, Caiiailiis and
West Indies. - -
He is authorized to receive advertisements for us at
our published rate. -.
P u blishin g-H o ii s e
CANONBURY HOUSE, by G. W. M. Reynolds, prica 60
OUVIA, or the Maid of Honor, " . 1
CHARLEY FOX'S Ethiopian Song Book
GEORGE CHRISTY'S Joke Book, No. 2
THE PATRIOT CRUISER, by Sylvanus Cobb, Jr..
THE MANIAC'S SECRET, " ...
THE MAID OF THE KAN CHE, by Dr. J. IL Robinson. 25
fcvnt tree of postage on receipt of price.
. FKE1ERIC A. BRADY, " '
. '.No. 126 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted. ; . augS-tf w;
From 1SCHER, OWEN A CO., General Advertising
House, Applcton Building, 34o Bjoadway
; ; - New-York.
EIGHT ! LIGHT ! ! EIGHT !
aANCTACTCSEKS OF M PROVED
Ktrjseue, " Camphecf, Fluid, and Oil and
IS VAJUOCS STIXCS ASB F1MSH,
. . 3CADB TO ORDER TOR .,
CHURCHES, COLLEGES, AND PUBLIC BUILDING
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York. ..
feb6-tfy ... . - . .
EYFRI PRIZE WILL POSITIVELY; ' BE
" Library Association Co., "
Chartered by the State "of Kentucky. .
BYERS & CLEMENTS
- MANAGERS, . ' . - "' -
Friday, October 19, I860.
WORTH 820.000- ; ;'
- TICK TimEE DOLLARS. - " "
One Gold Prize of $1,000,- One Gold Prize of $300,'
Horse, Buggv and Silver Mounted Harness $500r One
Rosewood Piano $400, One Rosewood Piano $360, 200
Gold and Silver Lever Watches, Magnificent Silver
Ware, Fine China Ware, 8pendid Jewelry,- Fine Family
Bibles, &c., Ac.
A chance to get one of these valuable prizes for
$3, to be drawn at Paducah, Ky., on FRIDAY, October
19lh, 1560, under the management of a committee se
lected on that day by ticket holders present.
jtW All holders of tickets are requested to attend. '
jf 'g- Send and get a Scheme with list of 1,650 valu
able Prizes. - ..-.....
Address BYERS 4 CLEMENTS,
Anibrot ype and Dlelaneotjpes,
r j iHE cheapest and the best, are made at the Art
A Gallery, comer of Cohege and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased persons can- here be
copied and thrown up to the Pife Sizb Portrait. ..
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES, v A -Princi)al
and sole proprietor of the Melaneotype right
in Nashville. nov21-tf
E. R. GLASCOCK.
G. S. NEWSOM." "
Office College St., next door to MerckantM' BantK Jw
Jjeal.era.in .and , Ag. ts for the purchase and
sale of L . -o v.i .:
EE A LEST ATE;
Eenting Houses or Land in the city or country.
W lit atso kits uieir uuuiiiucu ati.ouv.iuu. mi
the Collection of claims, negotiation Loans,
. &C.M&C. r r . v i . . ,v-"'
E.' Ri GLAsGu(;K. i t- t.
WILL attend to all sales of Property of every de
scription either in town or country. . i
- Jan IT tf. "
. Cross Vies WaiUcil i
THE Nashville and North-western Railroad Com-'
nany wish to contract for 40.000 CEDAR CROaS
TIES, 9 feet long, 6 inches thick, well hewn, to lace at
narrowest place not less tnan s incnes eiear 01 uara ;
timber to be sound ; to be delivered at tho- grade tine
of the road in' Nashville. " ' ! '--i-i
The contractors want to contract for 30,000 WIIITE
or POST-OAK TIES of the same size as the above, to be
delivered vn. the line of the road, ia piles from-section
14-to 8eotioa 24, enough on each, aeotkia to .supply .the
me. - .',;. ,
Persons wtshme to bid will direct to- the President
and Directors of the Nashville and North-western Rail
road Company, Nashvillej Tennessee. 1 -'
1L. AY. UaKE ; ate Co.
;- . " : AGENTS FOR THE j CvV
Sale and Pa thase of Negroes,
At Ko. 16 Cedar Street; 7 , U.J
. Between Public Square and Commercial Hotel,
dec29-tf. Kasiville, Tenn.
O' : I if"-i u-il
HAVING every facility In the way -of workmen and
material te do first-rate work with "despatch, T
will contract for Tinning rooft,' wither ia the cjty r
country , at low rates, and and in every case warrant
satisfaction. Gutter, Piping Valley Capping.-fee.) done-
in-the best manner: - - ' - - J. W. WILSON, -
. febS-tf. -. T r ... Oppisite Sewanee Holisft."'
T IV A U VI li .te Iil3;C A S
Job Lots of Boot and Ehoea- - : c . -r
TTTS liavo a large- In voica "of first qualily'or Boots'
V aad Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
fbr rash, or four months prompt paper. Call immedi
ately as they must be sold, at our Ware "rootnS up
atairs, No. TlW. - - "," " --' J) ' .-i u.:.
- June2S-tf. - - ' - TRABCB PCCVS. :
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEX," "
VnlartrPit .and lint urnistkrT' "-t
iniargea -ana lttiurmsiietl. j
THE anderslgned j having taken . the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, baa enlarged it materially, and refurnish
ed 4 throughout ia the awet elxgtuit-fctylt'f- will opea
the house w the pablie an Thursday the 6ih iu?t.
... '--.'- SAMUEL J. fiiBTrf.. .
.. , lc-opcnca;,8ept;'-1011i,
IIIHE Teanessee Coffee and Dratng HalL I All the good
JL things of the aeasoosriil be kept constantly .on.
J. I. BIUGSd
- i "iftuuM v'"amm was SwroeTz-rn3n'ai
Hi"te :."'tk,.-ng Maebinav j '
; SoutherB Tronk Manufactorj;.
- FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
XO? 51 MARKET STKEET, NASHT1LLE, TENNESSEE
; Wanufafinrtrs and Wholesale and Betail
LADIES' A.D GEMS' TRATELIXC TRIMS,
v .. BONNET ;BOXES,; I
Valises Carpet Ba;s, &c.j &c,
"PVESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
J-S anything in our liner (wholesale or retail,) to ex
amine our stock before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are confident that we can sell as low as any other house
in the city.- Our stock is all of our own manufacture
ana is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. - All must admit the wisdom of buvinir wort
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
ww usi expressly lorjODOing: -
We especially invite the attention of the ladies to
our - . . . i
: riTEXT TRIM FOR. LADIES. If
It has compartment fbr Bouute, TrBce. Paraeols.
oi wm a waier-prooi comnanmeni lor SDomres.
via. tt.t.. it':
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 61 Market
uiei, iw uoors coum oi ine Square.
.;)une23-dly , , ' FASSETT &' CP.OSSMAN.
. On - the European Plan,
" ".: CITY OF NEW Y0RK-SS
Single Itoonis 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. Bkwake or Rcx.vers and Hackmkx who say
we are full. . It. tit i:CH,
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
rrr 'S ' ' ' ' ' V'-fffl
SMUT SfACHINES, FLOUR PACKERS, BRAN DUS
.'"TERS, GENUINE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
- .- .. .. BOLTING CLOTH. :
i'i ' ' - MAxrr AcruRERa or portable ' ; ' '
GRINDING.' 1XD VBOLTI.VG FLOCR 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 aud Second sts., Cincinnati.
Mills can be 6een in operation at our Factory.
marl3-ly ' r -'
,t - " '' and :- .
-Fire - Insurance Company.
; ; .CAPITAL $150,000 ALL PAH) IN.
OFFICE North-west Corner of the Public Square,
will take risks against loss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods iu Store, Ac.
Also, Marine and River hazard to and from all ports.
; ALSO .- ; " '.
Risks .en! Xegroes against the Dangers' of
.. . -.. the River.
r 1..: DIRECTORS: : '; :
john H. mix, ...
M. FOGG, - ;
ALEX. ALUSONV .
. JOSEPH YAULX,
- JAMES ELLIS,
N. E. AIJjOWAY. ' J
W. S. EAK1N.
K. 11. UAKllfJ(
: . JOSEPH VATJLX, President.
A. W. BUTLER, Secretary. . '., oct22
; ' . Flouring Mill for. Rent. '
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 Tc&skb S. Foster, Cherrv street,
or . JAMES C0RBI1T,
June2o-tf - jittheMiU.-
cl: . , rull Eosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment of FULL ; BOSOM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of Lin-.
en, Cambria and Bishop Lawn. Also, a small lot of
bhirts, with nne Embroidered Bosoms, by
"apro-tr J. H. McGfLL. '
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.. Aliply to
J. KIRKMAN, President,
..augl-tf -' -":: - Union Bank tf Tenn. ,.
f r N
y: yi. '-I. - -V fl'
. ECONOMY ! - V i
.-..j, urA& ic. ; Pieces ! " .
As aeeidentx oiU happen, even in well regulated fami
lies, it ia very desirable to have some cheap and conve
nient way lor repairing furniture, Toys, Crockery, &c
-i' SPALDIITQ'S P2EPARED 6LTJE ,-a '
meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to he without it. It is always ready and up to the
sticking point.. There is no louger a necessity for
limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles: It is just the article for coae-shell and,
other ornamental work, so popular -with ladies of re-
noemeni ana lasta. - lV . ., t -
This admirable preparation is used cold, beine chem
ically held m' solution, and possessing all the valuable
qualities of the beet cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
used ia the place .of ordinary muaiiage, being vastly
-"CSEFCX IN TTERY' HOUSE." '
t NB A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 25
CeutS. UJ... , i-.t .
"Tniorcsale Depot, TSa. 48 Cedar street, New York. ,
- ULENHY C. SPALDING &C0 . (
: Jv) h 0.1 . . Box, No. a,500, New Yorl :
' " Put up for Dealer ui' Cases ' containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve -Doaens a beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.- , . n
a- A "smgle bottio of JiPALDlNG'S PREPARED
GLUE win save fen' times its cost annually to every
household.j9. '- - - - . ,,.!,; ,. ;
' Sold by all prominent Statioaers, Dmggists, Hard
ware and Furniture Dealars, Grocers and Fancy Stores.
' Country merchants should make a note of 8PAL
DLNGW PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list.
It will stand any climate, -. ?-. . janlo-ly
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
I -vn'i is.
2 w ,lL4r-9 I ti,., u.t
.l-l-o Franlt; J. Bitterlich,
;3o ; ir DeaiTeri clc i?t t ct, rp Stairs,
,2-.:: to:.NASHYlXIiprKSS.,: I
..' . j JtAKTJT ACTUSEB AJSTD S2ALEB W '
GuHvWlflcs ana IMslols,
- All work warranted to be of the finest workmanship
and -of the naost superior quality-... .
. 4g Repairing done in the best manner, and war
ranted." - - t aug-d6m
jirrrcsk Garden Seeds; .S
TTE are hoar tn receipt oT a wnnptete stock of I.AN-
Garden eeeos.orthe growtac aso,
including allthe different varieties of ' ,
. Articuoka, . ' a Lettiuco, ' .1 Beets ...
Cabbage, , '"'"'Parsley, w Nastiirtium,",
.HaMfiour;rp!perTvir.-5s- Pepper 4rass
" Salsify. ' " Eudive. "" Carrots,,
T Leek,- '--.. J Beene.fj-tW": Mustard,
Borecole, fc " Onkor Peas,'. "
. Early Cornj 4 - Rhubarb, ' Asparagns-, '
fquash, Kohl Rajibj, Erg Plant, -
aA.AC4ay. vuuuiut.1 . fm 1 7
ci. .'ii'.i? T-rr..v -j , -. .
" Blue Grass. Thgnothy, Clover, Herds Grass, Millet,
au oilier klada of Field Seed ou hand. durtug uia
Country anarthauta applied with Gardoa Seed on
.1 ;:w-i-x.i .'
' r '
A. W. M CALL. l ; '-i .- ' ;
A. B. .'MONTGOMERr, Frclal
o. vr. FA IX
Vliolesale and ltetail , J
; ;. , DEALER IN :
GC5f, aTLERY, . "
: ' : - EDGE TOCLS,
Plows, Bakes, . Cultivators,
. v- . AND - '' '.
; BUILDING HARDWARE
, 'KIKKUAN & ELLIS' OLD STAND " .
HAYING adde to onr already large stock of HARD
WARE and CUTLERY, a line assortment of FIRST
. : - RETA1JL GOODS .
tmbraulng '-; -. . . . . -
flNE TABLE AND POCKET lvNIVES,
: EDGE TOOLS,
'. r BUILDING HARDWARE,
; coopers, smites, and
MACLTINISTS' TooU, Implements, Ac, &e.
WTe respectfully solicit a call from our friends, for
mer patrons of '-M Caix & Co." and the public gen
erally. . , -
3LVCAL.li a&i VALtLi,
' Kirkman Ellis' Old Stand,
. 34 PUBLIC EQTJABX
Benton's Thirty Years in the United States Senate.
Cluskey's Political Text Book.
. : Political Debates between Hon. Abraham Lincoln
and Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, in the celebrated cam
paign of 1868, iu Illinois.
Life and Speeches of Senator Douglas
v Our living Representative Men.
Historical and Legal examination of the Dred Scott
Case . Fer sale by JOHN YORK & COjg
. aug23 ..,:'.
NEW FAlii- STOCK
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
- Wltolcaale Dealers in ,
DRY GOOD S,
Vaviclies and Cotliis,
No 3 Hicks'Building.northsidePublicSquare,
E invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail mercuanig 10 our sioct 01
FALL, AIM) WINTER GOODS,
-1 now in store and ready for exhibition,
' 8CS Our stock will be found unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall otTer the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal
ers. FITE, SHEPHERD & CO.
YYERSCHELL FENTON'S mode of accguiplishlng his
XX Pupils in the use of the Vioujc and Gittar, is of
the most impulsive and modern schools.. For is pro
gressive excellence in imparting a
Kxiowledge of tlie Art,
Reference may be obtained of his numerous patron ef
this Citv as well as the mimical people throughout the
country.- ,. ;
Tekk.s For instruction, Violin. ... m per month
.. . Guitar.. $8"
" " . . " " 40 per session
Addresses may be made at either of the Music Stores
and at the St. Cloud Hotel. Applications attended with
the strictest and most immediate punctuality.
Room over the City Bank where he may be loand at
, N. B. Pianos tuned to order. ,. sep3-lm
LA HEFISH, FRESH 0TST US
STEPHEN ; 110 LCOMB,
WOULD respectfully announce to the citizens of
Nashville that he has opened a Depot on Deade
rick street, where he intends to keep a constant sup.
ply of the finest LAKE FIH, BALTIMORE OYSTrRiL
and all kinds of WILD GAME, which be will sell at
reasonable prices. " sept-24-U
Feed for Stock.
THE Feed reduced to $2 50 per barrel bv '
BENJ. F SHIELDS & CO.
July 23, 1880-tf. :
NORTH MARKET 3TRLET.
THE nndesigned begs leave to inform his friends and
the public that be has etill on hand a number of
handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid stud of
buggy and saddle horses, for the use of fast young
genu on cotKlXNU tATummvs, or ror 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 HORSE
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could be
'AT THE LEVIATHAN STABLES.
Parties desiring Coaches for "PIC-NICS," and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what the papers
said about Taa Nsw CeacR, from the Leviathax Litest
Stables, on North Market street.
,7; A U0VE1TY IN THE AST WOULD. . .
Photography upon Porcelain
' ' Secured by Letters Patent in the United
, States, England, France and Bel- ,
.''"- i ,frjum . : -'.-.
" The .American Photographic ; Porcelain'.
i ,-5i:-.. Company. :;S
" ' ' No. 781 Broadwat, New Tork, '
Having secured their novel and ingenious Invention by
American and European patents, are fully prepared to
execute all orders for "MINATCRE LIKENESSES OF
PERSONS ON CHINA," presenting all the attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water-color drawing, and
a hitherto unattamed quality of durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the -natural properties of
the artielea opuo which they are transferred.
AS the patented prooraa of ta. Company raabUa th.
reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain sur
faces but apon ruch as are round or of any decree of
Irregularity portraits can bo reproduced with fault-
tesa accuracy, and. delicacy of delineation, ti pea Por
celain wares of any description and dimension used as
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as
URNS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUPS, T0I
LET ARTICLES, Ac;.
"thereby "securing faithful portraits and furaishing an
. . . 1 . . 1 -h4 n rvdAai uin j .f a ri 1 - t m
unique and exquiaiic tnjiu n. vxa4A,Ma Va .a
Ia order tp furnish faculties for the gratification of
the popular taste, ana to m" "
trons or the Fine Arts desirous of having Portrait on
Porcelain, the Company have imported from Europe a
11.. 'r .uneriur norcelaln goods, manufactured" to
Iheir owa order, which they sell at coat prices. ,
riirht and consequently the only persona authw-iied to
aim lianroccsathey have determined, in order to af
ftlrd Peoolein every section of the Union an opporto
isiv to DosBessPortraita on China, to make the. loUow.
kia ' twoucartion to residuou in th jcuuinrr, who ara
.vTi. iTTrUit oersonally the Atelier and Galleries -ia
the American wjiuiwj - v- -
km Yortv Persons sending a photograph, ambror.
4 vie er daguerreotype W Uia ofiieo of thaj. ompauxjn
NewVork, acoanrpanied by wva Bcaxaaa, will receive
in fetura by express, free of other charge, a richly or
namented Breakfast Cup and Saucer, with the portrait
trausna-red thereon: " - 'J : .
By ransmittiug a aagoerrootrpe and ta bouam,
they will secura in like manner, a bandauma Vreaeh
Vase or Touat ArtK le, with Uw jxwuait reproduced by
the patented process. ' " "
- Braendmg a pair -of daguerreotypes and nvraas
dollars, xhey wlU receive in retura a patrof rich
gevrea Vases, with, tha, portraits executd equal to
miuature paintings; and, in like manner, pprtraita caa
be reproiluced-tn porcehan "area or Vases uf every
flUSiUI 9t no1 tKJm Prloe from Tweuty to Due
Hundred dollars the pair. ,'
XiB-Ba particular, in writing the addrrsa, town ,
eountv and tuuo distinctly- Ail letters to ba ad
4rZsZi io 'MANAGER, AMEKICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC
TOKCET-AEf CO.r 7SI Broadway, . Nttr Xobx.
oeia-" - -; -
.kj . mf mm.
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
' T J " INasliTiIIe, Tenn.,
ri 1HE undersigned would inform his b-ieods p,
JL and the public generaUv that he will conO ''
tmoe tha MAJiHIjL BUSINESS in this city, at
hn sbop. next door to Cornelius's Cabinet
shop, on Church nirv-t, and caLU atU-uiKtn la
the stock of . .
;: Marble Tlonuraenle, Tombu, etc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the mest superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the auurieet notice?
Marble Mantles; and every description of Marble
Work, ot um iuiest American and ItaJan Mar bio. Iu
work will, as heretofore, be wanuuei, and rns pricx
tu ouiv iiw limes. , ji. L. ShuXJCkN
, jan tf. ;
Harper's New Monthry Magazine ;
Godey's Lady'a Book ; ,
Peterson's Lady's National Magazine ; ' i
. Arthur's Home Magazine ;
Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine; r
Arthur's Home Magazine;
Jm?t received by , F. HAG AN k CO.,
eeptl4 . - College street.
University of Louisiana.
- LAW DEPARTMENT.
THE Lectures in this Department will commence on
the second MONDAY ot November, 1660, and con
tinue until the first M.idAV of April. 1S61. They win
embrace the various bran.UeS ol the Civil Law, of the.
Common Law, aud of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, aad Coasinutiocal Law, and th Jari&-
prudeuo of the United Slatea. Tiie Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors : ....
Hon. THDjnoRE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin-'
ai Law, and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROS1X1US, LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HENNEN, Professor of Coutitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurteirud. nee.
No city in the United fciatvs has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses for the ready and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can oc 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.
. RANDELL HUNT,
augl0-d&wt3Jmin Dean of the Faculty.
COAL,! , COAL! COAL!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
-.tna) at the following prices:
Lump Coal, perlon.... $5 60
Rouud Coal, " " 6 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " 3 50
Mr. Jons; B. Laxg will in future attend to the busi
ness of the Company in this place.
General Siieriutcndent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 16, 1S60.
MS" Orders can be leit in Box No. 84, Post Omce, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Iiepot. JOHN B. LANG, . : .
UOLSE. SIG. A.D OE.MMATAL PAIXTER,
JVo. to IVortli Market street,
' Opposite Myers, Hunt & Co.'s Carriage Shop.
Itf All orders from the city or country attended to
with promptness and dcsatch. septll-lf
'Lobucco Sale li ays
A. HAMILTON'S WAREHOUSE,
On Mondays, "Wednesdays and Fridays,
AT TEX O'CLOCK A.' M.
MS" This arrangement is made for the purpose o
both accotnnidaling buyers and planters, aud 1 hope
will be satisfactory.
marl7-tf . A. HAMILTON.
Ice! ltc!! Ice'.'.V
WE have opened our Ice Depot ia the rear of the
State Bank, and wnl sell us chp us any m tlie
market that is as good. Our ice is from Paradise Hill,
thirteen miles north of Nashville, and made exclusive
ly of the best Spring Water in die State, from four to
eight inches thick. Wo will open a dejiot on South
Cherry street at C. McCrary's grocery store about the
15th of April. .
marl6-tf B. E. & J. J. GARRETT.
IOO At IV lS O LaA A II
THE undersigned will sell one half, or the whole of
700 Acrea of Land, lying in Council's Bend, 00
Duck River, in Hickman county, Tennessee, about four
miles below Ceulreviile.
les Iplioii. , -
There is about 200 Acres of Land now in cultivation,
and about 300 more hi for cultivation. It has three
laming Spring on it, with buildiugs at each one a
comfortable Frame Dwelling, wuu suitable negro and
other out houses. The farm can be divided into three
parts without injury. - .
. If only one half is sold, one third of the purchase
money must be paid in cash, the balance on two equal
annual installments. If the whole tract m sold togeth
er, one payment must be in cash, and the balance on
equal annual ensiaiunenis iroui one 10 seven years, as
may be agreed on. Persons wishing to purchase can
call and examine for themselves, or can get any infur.
malion they may wish by addressing
. S. H- WILLIAMS,
augl4-w2m Ceutrevilie, Tenn.
HAVING been appointed and qualified as Adminis
trator of the estate of David Smiley, sr., dee'd.,
all persons having claims against said estate are noti
fied to file them with me within the time required by
law or they will be forever barred ; and all persons in
debted to the same are hereby required to coma for
ward and make payment.
E. C DRAKE,
aepl4-lra Adm'r of David Smiley, sr.
p. w. n AX EY & CO
NO. 46 MARKET STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Wronght and Cast Iron Cook Siwrs, ' -
AND every Tariety of heating stoves, Grates, Tin
plate, Copper, Iro , Wire Zinc, Xijwnod, preyed
and common Tinware, Brass Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jars, Copper bottoms, Ac, . Are now in receipt of
a large aud well assorted stock of every article usually
kept in their line of business, which they are deter
mined to sell low for cash or to punctual dealers. .
Job work of every kind solicited and special atten
tion given to it. We are also prepared to do Roof ing ,
Gutter Big, 'Ax., in the best manner possible. . .
sept 6-3 in .
Dry-Woods very Cheap.
I AM now in receipt of my large ami well assorted
stock of Staple and Fancy Dry -Goods, which I am
offering at very low price.
As quick sales and Bmaii pronts is my motto, 1 am
willing to take up with the latter to accomplish the for
mer. and will offer treat inducements to all who will
favor me with a call, especially to cash bnyers. Come
and see for yourselves. DAVID HUMPHREY, : .
sept21-tf i - No. 22 South side of tlie .quare.
... The Craflienberg VegeUble Pills, -
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAJOLY CSE
,''.: - And for ..'
nroiGESTIOJf I COXSTIPATIOy HEAD-
ACHE 8ERV0TJSNE xXLIOTJSJJESS
HEAETBTJKW-ACIDITT-H ATJS EA F LAT
TJLENCE WANT 0? APEUTE DYSPilP
SIA IJTEE C0aiALAIJfTGEIPlIIG3.
On account ol their great mildness, aud frcm tha
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the Gra?flienberg
Pills will be found more pleasant than any other.
ja-Price 25 cents per box. On the receipt of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mad, free of postage
to any part 01 tne couniry.
MACKENZIE A 1UNCHIN,
, , . No. 14 College street.
A New Novel, by Marion Harlan d, author of Alone,
Hidden Path aad Moss Side, for sale in Nashville by -
. v. '. - JOHN YORK CO., ,i
aug28-if . . . ... No. S3 Union street.
C A Fine .Mew Top Bufsy. ;
WE bave a handsome new Buggy for sale at '
month time, for satisfactory paper. -
..;, . . -BENJ.F.cUHELD3CO.v-,
---: i ieBtral Rooms,
sep-22-Lf' - 27 College Street.
..Store Koom tor . licnt., :
TWO Store Rooms, well loaatad. to rent for tha ba-.
Mice ot 1860. , Apply to H F eilXiS ft CO.
Chancery Sales. -
AVT to a decretal order,- made ia -the cane
V I ' I . 4.1MI. .. .. . kl . i... ... V.,pnn
al. re u dared oe the llt dar of Sept. at Centcrvilie.
I will proceed to sell, oa the 2nd 4y of. November.,
18d0, on the premises, a valuable tract of land, con
taining about liOO acrea, lying oa Lolterwood Crvrt
in Hickman County, together with a valuable Grist
and Saw Mill erected upuo. tha same, lhe terms of
said sale will be upon a credit of una two aad .three
years. ' Notes with good security and tiuo retained up.
oa- the property for the porvhaaed money ,'wtthoat the
right of redewption. u-- .,
on tne samo aay, ia Hickman Count v. In the case of
Boiling Cordon, et aL nu Andrew J. Gordon, t. ol-r
will proceed to sell, on the pre miaes . to the highest and
last bidder, a tract of land containing li4 acres lymg
oa Duck River, the boundaries of which ara described
in the pleadings filed in said cause, b&lida&ud w-.il be
sold on a credit of cue aud two yeacs with intorent
frem date of sale. ' OKNTIXE A . N IXoN , .
. .SeplUii-td,.-- .-7 - ".J t--w--Cferk Master. "
.,, .Kecoud-liand Buroncat. tSe
GOOD city made Family Burouohe, but little used
fiirulArhMiihr - - - " '
HATES OF AD VEHTi SEN G
(TUt OK LBS TO CO-VSfUIT J A SQFaKB.)
One Square 1 day $1 00 each additonal buertioa $ M
1 week, 3. 00 each additional square M
' 1 month 00 . " " I CO
X - oO 4M
" s " 12 oo " a oe
- IU 00 " " " 8 M
12 . 25 00 " i 10 00
. . . v j ' - "
u r -i
aeia ax nxAScaa.
One square, one year, $30 each additional square $10
. Wriueo Aiotioe must b given to take out aad atop
advorltsvroeuie of yearly advemsera beiora the year
expire, otherwise we shall charge till done.
No contract uf yearly adrenisetneeta will be discon
tinued without previous notice to as, nor will any
charge be made lor k'ss than one year at the yearly
rat. .. .....
' Adrerlisers exceeding the apaoo ecs
txacted fbr.rlll be charged for the excess. tm
MONDAY, SEPT. . 3RD, MRS. IRWIN win apea a
Srhool for Girls ia tha Basement of the Preabyte
rutn Ch arch , Eilgeneid. Arrangements have been made
to give a full and thorough Academic and CoUegiata
Education. . .
The Lady emploved to teach Music cannot fail to riva
entire satisfaction. - -
Mun. P. F. MMIi, a native of France, aad a grado
ate of the lUiyal CoUege of Algiers, wiU teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Moo. Santel pre
souia the bci teaiiimunials from many disuaguadiedl
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Hon. SanUd: "He baa been
ttsachii my sun sutua time, and Uus practical trial of
him cuuviucea me that lie deserves to hm ij-iwuut .
fUiniif as a Teacher of French."
The resell v Jttue rr Bosekn of Ave moo lbs are SIS
(20 aud . '
nMusiconthe Piano V- ...,t25 00
Latin and Greek mm
Modern Languages.... ................. SO 00
CToenet and Needle work t 00
a Pupils wiU be cWifed from the
to the end of the Session. The bills will ba a-r.hu. .t
the middle of the Svesion. - auc2S-tf
GENUI NE --PREPARATION
IIELVBOLD'S BCmrtot the Bladder.
HELM HOLD'S BVCHU for thrKidneva,
HELM BOLD'S BCCHC for the Gravel",
H EL M B OLD'S BIXHU for the Droiisy,
HELMBOLD S BL CHU for Nervousness,
HELMBOLD S BCCHU for Loss of Memory,
. HELM BOLD'S BCCHC for Dimness of Vision,
HELMBOLD S Bl CltU for Difficult Breathing,
HELM HOLD'S BCC1IU for Weak Ntirree,
HELMBOLDS BCCHC for Universal Lassitude,
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Horror of Disease,
HELM HOLD'S BCCHC for Night-sweats,
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Wakefulness,
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Dryness of akin.
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Eruptions,
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Pain in the Back.
HELM BOLD'S BCCHC Tor Heaviness of the Eyelid
with teniorary 6ufiusatHn and lost of auiht
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Mobility and' Restless
ness, with want of attention and horror of society
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Obstructions,
HELMBOLD S BCCHC for Excesses arising from
indiscretion, and all diseases of
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR YOCXO. SIXGLE, MARRIED, OR COX-
TAKE XO MORS PILLS,
TAKE XO MORE FILLS, '
... THEY ARE OF XO AVAIL.
, THEr ARE OT XO A VAIL.
HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BCCHC
IS TIIE YERY BEST
REMEDY IX TIIE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the sex. whether arising
from indiscretion, habits of Dlasipatioa, or in the
DECLIXE OR CIIAXGE OF LIFE!
SEE SYMPTOMS ABOVE
XO FAMILY SHOCLD BE W1THOCT ITt
TAKE XO MORE BALSAM, M Eh" VCR Y, OR VX
I'LEASAXl' MEOICIXES FOR UX PLEAS-
AXTAXD DAXGEROCS DISEASES.
HELMBOLD' S EXTRACT BCCHU
: ; . Cure : n
In all their stages, ' - At little Expense
Little or no change in Diet; ' - No incoureaienc
, AXD XO EXPOSURE
Uso HELMBOLD S EXTRACT BCCHV tor excesses
arising from habiu indulged in
BY YOCXO AXD OLD,
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation. It
rwoxvea ail improper duciiarges; and will restore the
iiatient in a short tune to a state at health and purity.
Use HclmbUd't Eunct Bmchm tor diseases and afTec
tions of the mt distressing character.
Use Helmbold's Extract Buchu for all affections and
diseases of the :
Whether existing ia - -
From whatever cause originating and bo matter of
.BOW LOXG S1AXDIXG.
AU the above diseases and symptoms admit of tha
same treatment and may originate from the same cause.
READ ! READ 1 1 READ 1 1 1
TTELMBOLD'S BUBIftJ is safe and pleasant in taste
and odur,-but immediate in action.
rersunally appeared before me an Alderman of tha
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn, dues say that his preparation con
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injur 10 us drugs, but at
H. T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before me, the 23d day of NoJ
V ember, 1064.
WM. P. HTBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $6, delivered to any
OXE TILXXG CERTAIX,
A Trial Costi hnt a Dollar-Try 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 others.
H. T. HELMBOLD,
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Teuth street, below Chestnut, --
- v Philadelphia.
' XECESSARY CAUTIOX Should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another article, which pays a better
profit and is worthless, atk lor Helmbold's, take no
- CURES GCARAXTEED.
" i-. XAtXS 4-BROWir,
Wholesale and He tad Agents, Nashville.
.. Sold oy all Dragyutt everywhere. -aug6-dawly
; Grass Seeds:
Ci fi BARRELS Timothy Seed; -.
J 20 " Blue Grres do; ,
20 " Orchard Grass do; -
20 " - Herds Grass do; x
In store and for saie low by
septll :.. . HUGH VcCRXA Jt 00.
. '.lcw Books.
. Just racetved by
- - JOHN YORK & .CO.,
" r:. " NO 83 rxiON STREET,
-'THE MOTHER-IN-LAW, y Mrs. South worth, la
thorof Lady of the Isle complete la 1 vol f 1 24.
. Language without a master. '- t-
Latin, Spauish, French, Italian and German lanjua
gea without a master. Any one, or all of theaa lan
guages can be karncd by any on without a teacher,
with the aid of this book. "Price SI 25. octl-tf
Shoes for tlie .Million.
SXliEU & FRIZZELL.
HAVE in store, a large and superior stock of Boots,
Shoes and Ua:tura, to which they call iho atten
tion of all who wish guou shoes and at remarkably lam
Our stock for GeuUemea is large, and embraces
every variety, both aewed aud pegged. The ladiea
will tied every style of Gaiters, with and without
heels. Also, Slippers, Bueluim, ftc, for Boys aad
Youths, Misses and children. We have a large slock
aad of every variety. .v. . ; .;. v
PU AaNTATIOX shoes.
We would call the alienliea of Planters to oar PRK
MIL'M m'.OUA.V, which is a most superior article.
Also. Ejp aud LLk-tc Brogaiie. Dulca Ooota for women,
heavy double sole thick Boots. Our stock of Boya
Boota aad Shove fur fall and wmtir is brg aad good.
W liave taken aauaual pains la feueig up our ktock
this tali, and we are am. 11 tied that will give satadao
tuia and iaduoemeuta to all Cash and -prompt pajmg
casuuni-ra who khall give us acall. j
octa-tf - r . ,
Dissolution of CopartnersiJpa
' The firm of SAinJTi', PORTER CO., la this day
dissolved by jnutual ooosenl -Mesara. Saudey and Ber
rv retiruuc. The remauisug rxii-.nert have takea i&to
I . . a- ca ua Alia hmr .m k.
their Duaiuee, Ar. iv. j. aiv.(, w an imim m
f fZZi beretotore at the old stand, No 1, PnblM
I ' . . l . .
snuare. uud the name aad aty le uf
vpi3t-int ',- , , , . HJkLf Eli, JOHNSON Ca
: . .. ." NEW F1IIM?-
The undersigned having sold Uwtr interest ia the
biteuiess of Sautl r , Kirter & Co., la Mtr. PhtUt,
JtCoon : .Co., Ex4uBiva WhjVoiiW dtwlera ia Hate,
Caps, etc ate, take pleasure in reuoaunendtng the
new tlra tf Uie continued eouddeeoa ut theu- old.
friejoda and costotuers aad to tb public m general.
-? - - R.C.SAIFLEY.
lepd-Xza , . ' Wil. L. BEKRY.