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- PUBLISHED DAILY, THI-WEEKLY. AND WEEKLY, BY A. 5. CAMP & CO.. NO. 16 DEADERICK STREET. -
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V0L. XXH. NASHVILLE. -TENK FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1860 NEW SERIES NO. 1519.
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Daily, jor aricrm 00
Tri-we-i"y, por ana-tni, -
Weekiv. r ao!n:m - - W
ffld W'-fy for two y-a. or two W-ek;KS
for on- year, it? a fvanee 5 00
When the Du vT'Tr-W- ky '-r Weekiy n to be .!is-eoc.tir.-il
f nai-.l in a-vn-i- al tb- imt"ib-ci ibed 6r),
tile s-frtcnbr rait ncU-r. nth-rww- it will be contai
ned at mr du, until pii-l fr aJ stopp.!. If
not pm i, it m i-t b- ii 1 at lie lai-fM dreonl.nnance,
or at oar pt.n. If la par'y P"d, ' wiil be --l
until ai 1.
K.4iiitiatces by irai.', in "r-g iMered ' fetters, at oar
Sleani Press Printing Concern!
I. S. CA3IP & CO., Preprints.
Ho. 1G Beaderic"c Street.
It PuUUhtd DuCy, T.-i W-tkly awl WeeZTj.
...S- i-r .n ru.m.
....3 i'-r ann'.ni-
The Patriot is an -arn:t. active aa-l indefati-rtble
aprw of the Coot.t ali..Ea' Union fi'K, u.! in the
fresnt canvass f.r the Pn-si-'in.y will every hon
orable ejrt to promote the el-it:-. of Pn. and Fvts
irrT. T enable tis to lab- ::b increased efiici.-nry
we a.-k oarr.arty frienli loail us in eit tt'Im its cir
culation. Vy lit- p ircha? of tiie printing establishment of the
.Yor.?. an 1 reo-nt ad'i:tiii3 of new materials from the
r f unlri.-s, the J Office of the Patriot lias been tn uie
t ie Ury-st on ! Bl tl complete iu the wlj W.?U It L-a'-
Sijpi:j-;d with the mt est o.m;el -lit workmen.
S:-arn Las been ai pli .il to our presses, Lk-"i are of
Hie b-ft km U. We a.-.? prepared to pr.l, iii the L:gb--1
style of t!.e art, pLun, in cor?, or bror.z-,
VU I tJMA.-,
AnJ, icI-.t-J, evi-rytiiing from ihe f fhaUot Tip to tbe
nj-i:iirn tii Fur-u-r, or the least rampUI't to the largest
TLe Lire circu:atio-i f the PaTKi rr, gri-atly aujrnen
t -J l-y the a l iit.i n thert-toi the si:b.cnption 1l-U of
Ju, nii leri it an excellent aiiveriismg n.i liuio
Non- b. tt-r iu the -ty.
We It orJ.rs, at our eCk-e, Xo. 10 I-eai.l-
D B tfTKEEr.
A. S. CAJ1I' A: t.
F OR 'SALE.
AT'I-'IHVC t utike oth r irtr -s-t:n -nts. we pr-.jK-so
t -:i ail our K-al i-it - ia V-irllf.a c., as
That Suburban Residence,
Situated us lh- Frai.kiia T :rt:piie, w;t!.ia hall a mile
oi" tti -:tyT an I U('c-.t. tu-- i.j.:-Un..v 4 tli- Lit.rju-Si-ph
W. ii.. t.u. luis -rli t:. Iht-i:i"tt"r.i!n iii-!-u
z sii lii L:e vitiMty i N.-liVi..e, uni isn lo.t Ue
e reuij!" C"-i.'y rer-. Ii:e L Ke w.'A i s tl.i
with 12 or 15 aeri-s of I aS lac pu.-vhiitr ra:iy
That Valuable Fann,
known as lL' im T,--t. ? t :.e-l on tin- 5mi:h T irn
f ;k-, (:il .-.aii"ti r".i :) wh! :m t'u i' m; oi N-i!i
i iil. vo;:tam.3 i0 o r --. 'la.-- s.i! :- -S. it v.- ;
rat.-reil a:. : tiiu') r- 'l, an I CjU l .iivii. l in flu t'.i
tract ,.f tw.ity .ut. -s ! upw ir a'.! of wt.i. :i s:.
ai'mir:ir:y a 1 1; l--i for o-T:t-y r -i i..ci;. s, Kiart t g.ir
lttts and l:tiry t.irms. A sii, that
on tte -i-tne read, cow c;pi" ! by T. ". Mi.r.ur.: b"'!,
mat foru-rly ot.m-1 ly 1 "u iu.V.iic. c- iit iiiii::
bfCt 250 a--res. I ! :s 1 .. - s- fit.! W::- -wn i?
nee-t no lurtn. r i! -ri-ti f It w.ii a b !-! to
suit piiriha-- rs. T. C. i! awpiK-u show th i-
pUiC- to ar.y one v!.o w..'. ...
Ail the a'iove p.-.ij.-rty Id rn r'l--' lu.b'.o
terras, and on a if'.-l.l of r. i tre. tbiee an-i I -ir
Afp;" t" A. V. ?. I.in !sl'V, N , or to oith-r
of the unde.-ciiied.
TII'. C. McCA3irF.n L,
miii tr-im N'a.nv:i.
J. A. iiixAMI'LU !..
DO VOIT INMJIin
If not,I:i';re at onc.
A H -fti 1 A l V ,
5100 ooo PFniTFU wmi OWTP.OI.T.FR-
to,OUO.OOO C.V.il CAi-lT.VL KEPUK.-FXTfT.
ARMSTRONG & CO.,
Ko. 63 Harket street,
t Et3renif on h ndaf-.!I and rompl.-te a.-?ort-
in ntoi 1!A IIlNr-. IMI'LL.U1AT. .Ve., which
vi oSr at the v.ry lunei-t pri.:vs:
Circcltr Faw H lis. double and single;
Hole's Cider M.;i and Corn Sheller;
S;ncl-ii'B Strw Cutters;
Killer's fteel Pious;
Jield Hollers, &c.
srpll4-tr ARMTRi.ti : CO
BLACKSMITHI Z G.
IX ALL ITS? lSlSAACIIKS.
Shop on Church between Cherry and College tts.,
" riTTE nmlersiirned respi-ctiully informs the public
-that he lias reciiit.y tiikeu the alove stand and is
prcparc-t tJ lo Ulacksiioli.iui; in all its branihes. such
as liorjSh..-iiig, Bi.jri.'y-lii'airing, A:c. , .vc. , ;o. , m
the bel m inner and at EUurl notice. lie solicits
a share of public patronage.
floix-kcfjiijg .Hade Easy.
1 lit iir-ii i ijro-iv i i -i- i v nivx. " . -
l sure teod whol. some bread, l or lo cents you
.. ; 1. .... I .. L-r.O
Can P'lfUeUtZ n UuItiU-.E, waieu iu u
larne loavtt oi the i--M bread.
5t 0 CAK1 MLVLK VAl hourly xpec'"
CXtit.3. A nioet every fami.y iu town biis used it.
t or tpi itiK tieunuiK it is luvaiuabif :oi waSliin,; laint,
Looking oi.ueu Wo' k, ilai b.-, tuve. or l'iated
V are. , ,
RUTJGFJIAT0P.5. W hare so'-d a kixpe lot of
I i . i-l. .I.i-. I .IVi '..r'.ilikr tl'. ll:iVf a
IU aC lUUHa I iii.aiu'i. ... .. -r.. . -
Uriie lot cc'TOing. They are warranted to give ?atii-;ac-ion,
as tu.y are not only the beat but lh y aie the
api U if MACKENZIE & MINLIIIN .
WATi.U COii!ai:2iS, &.C.
JCsT received direct from the Bianuf.u:lurers and for
Kale at lower prices than ever before soid ill this
25 pMiin Water Coolers,
l of eeltau iilitni lit).
10 llcl ouai .'K Pjfi iterators.
5 chliivV'S i'tat.'lil lio.
60 M ts. r e 3 Ui.n le i feelers.
2 KiiiiiMiii'ii I ul. I re. z. is.
I make piin lec Ci eam 1'reez ts to order of any
6o 1jZ. ilasou's Fat. Screw Top Fruit Cans, 1 and 2
30 d z, Plaiti I'r-it Cats :'.t sealu-s.
4l doz. 1 q-a!t Ci-s tiu.t J.u.
Jce I U'kK kilU llaH-ifli.
therry infers and 5iudi rs
10 doz. Pal. ini.i.
lOdoz PuuaW. J. w. WI150X,
pril j7 17 oliie street.
'cit Lux t
.11 x fix it
iiE' have ju?t n-cvired another Et'.n:y of t ! Oil
Lau.!, -iu.-r.rf v V " LM
patterns lor paia-ie, a.: h'.leJ -iu the to..u bui ner
vukIi is the ial itn,. ..veiu.nt -IU is nuiueai.ulab.
suiwi wr -to auv othct l-auj. u.w tolore tiie pub.ic .or
tutUkes. ana toaoiui iMiue, li fedora iroia tino.,
simplKiiv in ouuuuut, b...ty -ad wetiaiic in La
ish, cieannnss ana ecou. n-y. Oue L.iu.; i:ttve lae
belli oi lour cau ses anu d. not c-r-i uotii as on...
ln OU we have irujo. teu lo barn m tiwsc Lamps a
Clear, beatUuia.t.oe, free l-oui any oil-naive o.ior,
feareb no grease ?l.t when s..t lij.-ou cai i.t or t.o.u
ing and w,a not BRowx & CQ
Wholesale Fartail tvuggteU!, Xo. 1 Pwb.ic nuare
Xasuvihe Tena. m-r.lOtl.
BY a IjlUV Or NtW ENoLAM.
Pric tl For aie b
au . . .
). why dyu'uhey tell tome'cl tleir
T E ST. t LCi'D IIOTi L,
llnliiigctl and ICefuruislied.
'I'HK jin-J Ts:.T.e.l havinz taken the ST. f "LOTTO
1 H'iKL, has enlarged :l ta-Oertatiy. and refurnish
ed it thrmuo-.it in the tunst elegant myle, will o;-n
the hoiLSe l the public on Thurs-av tiie S:h int.
July 2 dtf. r c
On llie Eurcptan Plan,
crrv of new york q
SirgTc Kooms 50 cruls per Day.
City EaU Square, corner of Frankfort st,
(;.I!te City Hail.)
Meals, a they may be ordered, in the Einckras Ee-f-clirf-y.
There is a IUrber"s thop and Hath Iloouis at
tiched to the H-uX
X. C IwaRC or Eoxers anrf narMEX who say
meareru1!. It. HILMH,
rrtltK T- niK-ssoe Coffee and Dininz Hail. Ail the good
X thine-sof the season will be kept cnntantlv on
hand. J. T. BllKiS.
OJK3TER CEDaR UD CMERRT STKIETS,
ailTille, - Tennessee.
J. V.Oi)lr Vroprlctor.
rnAVE made extensive arranaements for the receiv
cr of .l the le!.i-ai-i-s of the coming season, ot
Ft?h.F"uh an.! Fowl; c-ur Oy.-ters will be from the
ni'.si celebrated be!s. i'u keis and condiments from
the erh-hraled establishments of fr3 JC Blackwelland
la-a & Perrln, with a large and well selected stock of
W ine-, Liquors, &c.9 &c.
Itscelk-nt COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
iimi.-r t lie lio -ruiteii. l:u.t-e ol that well known Epicure,
Mr. CILRLli? PRX1!.
a and alter the loth of ?.ptembT we will b pre
pared to wait iii in our customers, 1'AY AXD NIGHT.
ILiiivray travelers will Snd this arrangement to their
KS- REMEMBER 7ITE METROPOLITAN. 5
Uiiiitu St., opposite btate Hank
"AKE plea.ur - 'o niinrm n; the public that they
Lave reccliliy fitted up a u..e
r'.zihix niiil Drhsitiiij Saloon.
as above. Tt-.f y keep constantly on hand a good
,- i .p.y 01 Okclr.iu-. USH, c Arc. They so
lid a shrae of patronage. Good cooks and attentive
H. K. FOWLEE & CO.,
No. .j'.J Clitrry street,
JAVIXG always on ha a fine variety f fVjiips,
t 1 I'.-. 11 1 L-ii.i'ort -r A-ase Lt .. k, M,-jt"-o. all kind
.in 1 vari-tv. Also, ev.-rv van. ty ot v.-fr t;ihli 011 hand
rea ly an 1 served 1" oru. r in the t-. t ot style, would
r ii ttii;iy iiivite the attettiou of their li lends and
tile public to give them a call.
J. K- Ft)WL101 i CO.
Xo. 63 Cherry t.. one door from Adam s Kxpres Of
fice, iu Cvlonade Buiiduigs. j.iu.22-tl
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietois.
Ao. 43, I n'-on street,
ITriNL-ilFS M.-als at all h--irs, .Uiy and night, anil
' has exteiisive arraiig. n;- ..is lor r.'guliir s ipp!) o.
i;.i:uv 01 every ib-.-nptioii. 1 . di.yst. rs, the very les:
Wm.. and every i-liier article ol luxury whii-b uo
j.-Sibiy be obt-iiii.-d in Nashviile. The house is pro
vMed tilth the b-.-l of Cooks, and the best apparalu.
for cookiutt. Fating lia.l titled up in h-indsoiue, coic
for tabie si vie. sepB tl
I32PUOVED PIANO - FORTES !
MANlTACTOP.y AXD SALESKOUlI
CORXER THIRD A Y EX EE, XEl YORK
FuK a quarter of a c-ntury the Instruments niiinu
lactured at the above establishment have ranked
among the first in the country. Their durability,
strenmb. and delicacy of tone and touch are highly ap
preciated by all whoiiave given them a thorough trial.
The proprietor, by giviii" his p.-rwiual attention to the
mani.iat tare of each instrument, iu all its details, is
euabied lo guarantee suierior excellence and reliability
in every resjK-ct. oct!J-3m
New Steinwav Piano
AkV Luck's lusic Stove,
IV o. 45 luion fttrect.
Q I nctrnnioi.t itt u'i4rMbtill tiiW -j- r.- - .
A nut jtrlr riivi.r rnni flip man - a'Tl. " -jl
ry ,.is ill be seen on examiua- 3
l" m- :1 .!! ill iii:iniif:if turer'R J
pr- 1 without ailililiou.il charge for freight. Tho
in want or a Piano Wiil uu.i 11 to meir interest
t ali aud examiuc it before purchasing.
TO3-l"-tf Music Dealer, 45 Union
New York Pianos.
i"K 9 i U
T. II. CHAMBERS'
Entablitilied In 1823.
(Formerly Dubois fc Sto iart.and Dubois, Bacon &
SVarerou In tlieBlble IIone,
Cor. Sth street and 4th Avenue,
NEW YORK CITY.
This i- a reliable place to purchase Orders by
letter laiuilully executed, and perlect Satisfaction
guaranteed. . ,
X 11. cud lor a circular, with description of
stC les and sciiedule of prices. mar26-m
Ladiis,' French Dress aud Pack
a o 11 iTa w A ii
12 Ccllege Street,
Ladies' ana ih ii Fine Trunks,
HAS reeoived additional supplies of ladies' Extra
Lirge Dnss Trunks, ot the latest styles. Best
Lug'.feu Sole Leather Me.-I Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bob
net Boxes, simcie and Doubie Top; VaiiSes, Bags, ic,
lor sa.e at very low prices,
jumi-if JOHN RAMAGE.
Fit I1 i'J" J AltS.
STi NT: fc O.'S Frait Jars for Pule by
aucl4-t RAINS, BKoN CX
A U i: V01 I N S li It E D ?
DO YOU KEEP INSURED T
Who lamre anu Ls Protrcled!
NASH & MA till,
o. 'Zi wiles Street.
f BARREL COAL OIL, superior article, mat
lUceivcd aud for sale low by . .
optii-tf RALVS, BROWS k Cj
"V " 7 -n " - "' ." "" . l'uav
A bad Penny a bitfe coin anquetLona-L
JC?T KECEIVFJ) BY
JOHN YORK & CO.
The Kellys and the O'Kellys by Iir. Thooe.
Margaret MancriefTe by harles Bnrdett.
Tbe Marble. Fawn by Hawthorne,
1 he Imchess of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
il mb idts Correspondence.
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by Miss ParJoe.
Uow :o en.oy L fe.
Faun of lour Acres.
living Ke;-eientat;on Men.
Arl K-- creations.
Habits of Good iroceity for Ladies and Gentlemea.
Lile's Morning Life's Evenir.g.
Notes on X; r.-ing by Miss Nightingale
Ll Fureidi by aullior of Lamp Lighter.
Lrvant's Eulogy oa Washington trying.
Littl Be uiy by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores Lt ttera to Lord Uacaalay.
Tymey Ha'd a novel by Thoiuas Hood.
Throne cf I 'avid by author of Prince House ot
The Florence fctoric-s by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblccal Rea.jn Why '-Vo.-d of God.
Friers-Wood Posi Office by Hem, of ReJclitt.
M idemoiselle Mori a tide of Modern Rome.
Sg-r Years, and taer rloi ie ly Julia KaTanagh
GODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GOPF.Y-o L-XldlS BHJK, for Peptemberj
PETFJtS'X S MAGAZINE, for September.
PKTEltfO.VS MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and for sale bv
JOHN "YORK CO.,
augl5-tf No. 38 Union stree
Flags! Flags! Flags!
AND DECORATIONS of al! kinds .and sizes for Fourth
of July, political and other celebrations.
LUCK, 4-i Cnion street is now prepared to furnish
the above in any quantity, wholesale and retail. Also
Fireworks of ail kinds. Orders from a distance prompt
ly attended to. JOILN" LL'CK.
Sunday School Gelebrations.
Flags ! Flags!! Flags ! ! !
AJOTHIXG ad.is so much to the appearance of a Pro
1.1 cess Kin of Sunday irchool Children as a F"lag in
the hand of every little boy and girl. LL'CK is now
prepared to furnish them iu any quantity, at 2? College
street, up stairs over tdiields' Auction Kootn.
U O j H
Va . SI
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
jCTS- Orders from tbe country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
TTE should learn lhat one half of the children born,
V die before they are five 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 Hitters,
For 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, tlvs-ieptic habits, billions disorders derangement
ot the stomach and bowels. Every family should use
them at the present change of the season.
aprl4-tf MACKENZIE MIXCH1N.
Fireworks ! !
JOHN LUCK, 45 Tnion street, has nw the best as
3ortmut in Nashville or everything in the above
line, win. h wilt be sold, wholesale anl retail, as Iowa?
a good articie can be bought anywhere. The Torches
ire something new. and tiie best thing ever introduced
for political processions. augl4-tf
JUPT received a few more LADIES' LARGE FRENCH
1P.I-S TRUNKS; ifole Leather Truiiks, Steel Spring
Valises and bags.
LADIES' BONN- T BOXES, Trav Tops, very cheap for
cath. JUlIX RaMACE,
auglS-tf 41 C.-lnestreet
U- M. T. WRIGHT & CO., would res)ect-
fuliv mlorm the citizens of Xasiiville' r
and the public generally that th-y have ir'L? V
purcliased the well known Livery -juible and the stock
aud fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, on
Market street, jusl below the tquare.
We have tirst-rate lots and box -stalls to iicc-imniu-date
drovers, and ad our friends who may favor us
with their --alrouage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of Hue Saddle Horses and
Gne Baggies to hire at all limes.
The tact is, we do not inteud being surpassed by any
Stable in the Southern country. Come along aud see
ion3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT & CO.
ILWEUHTY OF NASHVILLE.
J. Berrien Lixbslet, M- D., D. D., Chancellor of the
University, and Prolessor of Chemistry and Geology.
Coi B. R- Johssox, Superintendent of the Military
College, and Professor of Engineering.
J AUKS 1 . H.011LT03I, A. M., Professor of Mathematics,
aad Natural Philosophy.
J. H. STEWaRT, A. M., 1 i-ofessor of Greek and Latin
Languages aud Literature.
GuokgeS. Bi-ckie, A. M-, M. D-, Professor or Botany
and Natural History.
Rev. J. W. Hovtk, A. M-, M. D., Professor of Mental
and Moral l'hilos.pliy , aud Biblical Literature.
R. W. 11TXAM, Ad)unct Prot.-ssor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. Aglade, Teacher of French and Drawing.
C. K. Wlxstos, M. D., Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1S60-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, 1S60.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January,
1861. Commencement Exercises take place on the 12ih
of June, 1S61.
Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants
attendance, and use of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students ars required to furnish
ineir rooms- raigiueeriug, r teuiu, ojmuisu, iiuu,
Irawiuc, Book-keeping, and Fencing each $10 per Term
of tweuty weeks.
Students under 14 years or age win not De aumiuea.
Br the aid of Military Discipline, effective govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promoted.
For Catalogues, or additional nlormation, apply t
any Member of the Faculty, or
. 15. n- juir.?u.i ,
july 23 w2m- Superintendent.
Furnishing and Fancy (ioods.
WE are daily receiving additions to our already full
supply ot 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 ail qualities of Hos
iery tor both Ladies ana Oentlemen. Our stock or Un
derwear is complete, embracing all tbe heavier fabrics
of Silk and Woolen, suitable to the approaching season.
These goods will be sold at correspondingly low rates
with tbe short crops. J. 11. McGILL,
sep3-tf Cherry St., one door from Union.
Fui iiiliiig u d Fancy G tods.
XfE 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,
Ga'intli ts, RobeSySuspenders and all qualities of Hosie
ry for both ladies and Gentlemen Our stock ot Under
ware is oompleie. embracing all the heavier fabrics of
Silk and Woolen, unliable to the approaceing season.
These goods will be gold at correspondingly low rates
with the short crop. J. H. McGILL,
sepl24-tf Cherry St., one door from Union.
Baltimore Bell md Brass Works.
IKLGLSTEK & WEBB,
Keep on hand and make to order,
Ar every size and tone, varying from 10 to 10,00
I I ...i : .VrantHi in all resDects equal
uTanv made in the CorxrRT Also, manufactureevery
-: , r, r. tnr Water. Steam and Gas.
variety oi dto "" " -.ii., m,.i
Also, Brass Castinzs, Hanoui b auu ou. . .v...
all of which Is sold upon pleasing terms.
Send for a CaTaut- axo Pwcb Iter.
marl3 16m '
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
JET N A COM!
Orders tan be Lift in Dii 91, P. O.
declT-tf J AliSEW.
moruiiii next, and for sa'e low for ctish. P
m,jrum "- ' M1ZELL, Hooi'EK k CO.
A N I Jl L XV SV IXD'S
133 Nassau St., next door to the Xassau Bank, N. Y-.
is the Agont for the Nasuviixs Pjtri-it, and the b.-st
circulating Journals in the United Suites, Canadas and
He is authorized to receive advertisements for us at
our puLlUhed rates.
CAXOXDURY HOUSE, by G. W. M. Reynolds, price 60
OLIVIA, or the Maid of Honor, "
CHARLEY FOX'S Kthiopian Song Book
GEORGE CHRISTY'S J' ke Book, No. 2
THE PATRIOT CRUISER, by Sylvanus Cobb, Jr
THE MANIAC'S St( 1?J-.T, " "
THE MAID OF THE RANCUE, by Dr. J. IL Robinson. 2
Sent free of postage on receipt of price.
FREDERIC A. BRADY,
No. 126 Nassau street, New York.
Agents wanted. aug3-tf w
From V1SCIIER, OWEN & CO., funeral Adverlirtng
House, Applelon Building, 346 Bjoadway
LIGHT! LIGHT!! LIGHT !!
I3;tz & co.
MANirACnrRKKs op mprovkd
tup, Camphcrr. Fluid, and Oil snd
a VAKiors sttxes axd runsB,
C U A 1 D 1, L I 11 1 S,
-; r- Mxim t iiiiii roK
CHTRCiTES, COLLEGES, AND PUBU0 BC1LDIXG
No. 132 William Street near Fulton, New York,
Vesper Gas Light!
The Cheapest. Most Brilliant
mi (O.WE.MEXT ARTIFICIAL LIGHT
IN THE WORLD ! !
THIS GAS is generated from Pure Coal Oil, and for
elegance, economy, safety and simplicity cannot
be surpassed. The lixures are in the samestxU as the
ordinary gas fixtures.
M-f lrincipal Agency at 47 Cooper's Building, Cher
ry street, where tbe light can be seen at any time.
janl2-ly THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Ambrotypes and 31eIaneot ypes,
' I 'HE cheapest and the best, are made at the Art
L Gallery, corner of College and Union streets. Da
guerreotype Pictures of deceased persona can here be
copied and thrown up to the Pifk Size Portrait.
Please call and see specimens.
C. C. HUGHES,
Principal and sole proprietor of the Melaneotypo right
in Nashville. nov21-u
E. R. GLASCOCK. G. S. NEWSOM.
Ofic College St., next door to MerckanW Bank.
Soalers in and A i for the purchase and
Renting HraBes or Land in the city or country,
w 11 ai-o Kive meir undivided aiwaiiou to
the Collection of claims, Negotiation Loans,
L. R. GLASCOCK.
WILL attend to all sales of Property of every de
scription cither in town or country,
jan 17 tf.
Cross Vies W anted
"MHE Nashville and North-wustero Railroad Com
al pany wteh to contract for 40.000 CEDAR CROSS
TIES, 9 feet long, 6 inches thick, weii hewn, lo face at
narrowest place not less than 8 inches clear or bark ;
timber to be sound : to be delivered at tbe grade line
of tne road in Nashville.
The contractors want to contract for 30.000 WHITE
or POST-OAK TIES of the same size as the above, to be
delivered on the line ot the road in pins flora section
14 to section 24, enough on each section lo supply the
Persons wishing to bid will direct to the President
and Directors of the Nashviile and North-wvstern Rail
road Company, Nashville, Tennessee.
11. 11. UAVXIiS &. Co.
AGENTS FOR THE
Sale and 1 uiltase of Negroes?
f 16 Cedar Street,
Between Public quare and Commercial Hotel,
dtc29-tf. Jiashville, Tenn.
GUN AND PISTOL MAKING.
Frank. J. Hitterlicli,
Xo. 15 Diadcriek Steel, Up Stairs,
MAHiTFAC rUAEE AND DEALER IN
Uhhs ilUrs anil lslo-.s.
All work warranted to be of the finest workmanship
and of the most superior quality.
tfS Kujjairing done in the best manner, and war
Fresh Garden Seeds.
TTTE are now in receipt of a complete stock of LAN
V V DRETH S Garden Seeds, of the growth of 1869,
including all the different varieties of
Artichoke, Lettiuce, Beets
Cabbage, Parsley, Nasturtium, ,
CauliUour, Pepper, Pepper Grass
Salsify, F'.udive, Carrots,
Leek, Beans, Mustard,
Borecole, Onion, Peas,
Early Corn, Rhubarb, Asparagus,
Squash, Kohl Rabbi, Egg Plant,
Melons, Brocoli, Okra,
Cardoon, Turnip, Celery,
Cadish, Cucumber, Spinach,
in... r' T-l. ; 1 1... ntn.. XlnrAa Cm Villa
OlliCUIdflS, 1U1UIUU1 T , W . V. . 1 J.J J J-....,
and all other kinds ol' F ield Seed on hand during the
Country merchants supplied with Garden Seed on
jauo-tf RAINS, BROWN & CO.
NORTH MARKET 3TRKET.
THE undesigned begs leave to inform his friends and
the public that he has still on band a number of
handsome vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid stud of
bui?i?v and saddle horses, for the use of fast young
gents on COURTING EXPEDITIONS, or for the accom
modation of Young America and Young America's
What man living, of any sort or progressive spiritj
would be content to snail it behind a SLOW HORSE
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF SPIRIT could be
AT TIIE LEVIATHAN STABLES..
Parties desirine Coaches for "PIC-NICS." and safe
and careful Drivers, should not forget what tbe papers
said about The New Coaca, from the Leviatbax Livekt
Stables, on North Market street.
Fire Insurance Company.
APITAL $150,000 ALL PAID IN.
OFHCE . Corner of the Public Square,
will take risks against loss or damage by fire on
Dwelling and other Houses, Goods in Store, &c
Also, Marine and River hazard to and from all port.
Risk on Negroes against the Dangers f
JOHN H. HULL, JOSEPH VAULX,
JAMES CORREY, THOMPSON ANDERSON,
G M. FOGG, JAMES FXLIS,
ALEX. ALLISON, N. E. ALLOW AY.
E. H. GARDNER, W. 8. EAKIN,
THOS. L. BRANSFXiRD.
JOSEPH VATJLX, President.
A. W. BCTIR, Secretary. ct22
Flouring Mill .for. Rent.
THE City Ftouring Mill, situated on the Cumberland
River, just below the ciiy, is offered for rent th
remainccr ot the present year, with the privilege rf
next year. Apply to Tcms S. Foktsr, Cherry stree;,
"r ' yV . JAMES CORBITT,
Junc25-f . - at the Mill
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received aa assortment of FULL BOSOM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosons of Lin
en, Cambric aud Bishop Lawn. Also, a snuil lot of
Shirts, with fine Embroidered Bosoms by
ayrs-tf J- SfcGILL.
Fine Wall Spei.
LARU'- assortment of etamsed g.4d nd F reach
lierorations, jiwt received. Iso sever! hundred
,iat terns low priced grand anil 15 cl pPr .
rmsCasaior au smill biils., ; '
.r-Tia..? j- di.j i-: t a ..
of tiie same to me.
At Miell tT.-wrr fY
Vr. A J-IO 1 --L' - I
Southern Trunk 'lanuficfory.
FAS SETT & CR0SSMAN,
NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE
Manufacturers and Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IX ALL KOTOS OF
LADIES' AXD GE.YTS' TEAVELIXG TBUXIS,
Valises, Carpet Bags, &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
are confident that we can sell as low as any other bouse
in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture
and is made of the best materials and by first-class
workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buymg work
made at home, in preference to buying that made at
the East expressly for jobbing.
We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to
PATENT TRUNK FOR LADIES.
It has compartmonts for Bonnets, Dresses, Parasols,
Brushes, and a watur-proof compartment for Soonm.
Otia, c. - . ' - -1
All kinds of Trunks made to order, covered or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a call, at 51 Market
street, two doors South of the Square.
juneza-aiy FASSETT S. CROSSMAX.
W. W. HAMEER& CO.,
SMUT MACHINES, FLOUR PACKERS, BRAN DUS
TERS, GENUINE DUTCH ANKER BRAND
XAXtTFACTCRERS OF PORTABLE "
GRINDING AND BOLTING FLOUR MILLS,
CORN and Feed Mills of all sizes, both upper and
under runners. Portable and Stationary Engines,
Boilers, Gearing, tc, furnished to order, eornsr of
Western Row and Second sts. , Cincinnati.
Mills can bo seen in operation at our Factory.
v Julius II. Mitith's
j sf; as n. KKith-s
i L E 15 li AT El)
St. oUmis, Mo.
7 'HE undersigned, solo proprietors of the above
bran.isof Whisky, would respectfully caution Unr
frienus and custom jrs against the numerous imitations
of these well known b.aiKis.
The Bpurious article is invariably a nefarious com
pound, whereas we guaranty the genuine, manufac
tured only by oiirselv.f. to be free from ad obnoxious
lugredmnts. B . E XH.0 . D, S irii, & UU. .
itio aau xoa -uriu oeoua sneei,
apr22 tf St Louis. Mo.
Important to flouse-iiti-ptrs.
K. R. DUIlKi.li & CO.'a
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUiELY AND PERF ECTLY PURE,
but ground from lresh Spices, selected and cleaned by
us expressly lor the purpose, without reference to
cost. They are beautifully packed in tin-foil, (lined
with paper,) to prevent miury by keeping and are lull
weight, while the ordinary Spices are almost invariably
short. We warrant them in point of strength aud
richness ol Uavor,
BEYOND ALL COMPARISON,
as a single trial will abundantly prove.
Manufactured only by K K DLKhLtK & CO.,
l'eblS-dawtf : lSlPearl street, New York.
CONFIDENTIAL LITERARY BIREAU,
480 Broadway, Hew York City.
(0 a Private or Family Nature,)
Transacted with Care and Efficiency.
PURCHASES of Books and other articles, for Stu
dents and others, executed on Commission.
Loans, to any amount, on Diamonds, Jewelry or oth
er available property, negotiated with the strictest
Private Correspondence superintended. Letters up
on any subject, and answers to any communications,
furnished en the shortest notice and under the pledge
of inviolable secrecy.
Ladies and Gentlemen wishing to carry on a Private
or Public correspondence can have a box at this Office
for their exclusive use. For terms, apply in person or
AS Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for
ag All communications considered in a Busidses
light and held strictly conndentiaL
A NOVELTY IK THE AST WORLD.
Photography upon Porcelain
Secured by Letters Patent in the United
States, England, France and Bel-
The American Photographic Porcelain
No. 781 Broadway, Nsw York,
Having secured their novel and Ingenious Invention by
American and European patents, are fully prepared to
execute all orders for "MINATURK LIKENESSES OF
PER-ON3 ON CHINA," presenting all th. attractive
and advantageous features of ordinary photographs,
the brilliancy and finish of a water -color drawing, ana
a hitherto unat tamed quality of durability, by being
rendered as imperishable as the natural properties of
the articles upon which they are transferred.
As the patented process of the Company enables the
reproduction of Photographs, not oniy 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
celain wares of any description and dimension used aa
articles of luxury or of household utility, such as
URNS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUPS; TOI
LET ARTICLES, etc.;
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing an
unique and exquisite style of ornamenlatioa of articles
in domestic use. -
In order to furnish facilities for the gratification of
tbe popular taste, and to meet the wants of those pa
trons ef tbe Fine Arts desirous oi having Portraits on
Porcelain, the Company have imported from Europe a
collection of superior porcelain goods, manufaclurvd to
their own order, which they sell at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners of the patent
right, end consequently the only persona authorised to
use the process, they have determined, in order to af
ford People in every section of the Union an opportu
nity to possess Portraits on China, to make the follow
ing proposition to residents in tne country, who are
unable to visit personally tbe Atelier and Gailuries in
New York: Persons sending a photograph, ambro
type, or daguerreotype to the office of the Company in
New Yerk, accompanied by nvx dollars, will receive
in return by express, free oT other charge, a richly or
namented Breakfast Cup and .Saucer, with the portrait
transferred t hereon.
By transmitting a daguerreotype and Tts doixarj?,
they will secure in like manner, a handsome French
Vase or Toilet Article, with the portrait reproduced by
the patented process.
By sending a pair of daguerreotypes and ijiiu
doll oca, they will receive in return a pair of rww
Sivres Vases, with the portraits executed equal to
minature paintings; and, in like manner, portraits can
be reproduced on porcelain wares or Vases of every
luality of finish, ranging in. p. ice from Twituty to One
Hundred dollars the pair..
N.B. Bo pa ticuUr in writing the address, town,
numlT ami tile Ulntinetlv. All letWr lo be ad
lressl to 'MAN'AGEK, AME ICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC
AJRCtLAlN CO.,' , . 161 Broadway, . , Nsw M.
fee 1 -'-'for r v
! .'-; ( i $0 per barrel by
11 BLNJ F SilliiJJS ft CO.Q
Jat reeeived and for sale br
ft '- .-t H K 1 I I 1 -V-
li ia ll ll
A. W. M CALL. a. W. FALL
A. B. MONTGOMERY, Spec'al Partner
ivPGALL it FALL,
Wholesale and lie tail
Plows, Bakes, Cultivators,
KIRKMAN i.ELLIS' OLD STAND
34, Public Square,
HAYING added to our already large stock of HARD
WARK aud CUTLERY, a fine assortment of FLRST
RETAIL GOODS J
FINE TABLB AND- POCKET KNIVES, -EDGETOOLS,
COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' Tools, Implements, &c, &c.
W respectfully solicit a call from onr friends, for
mer patrons of 'M'Call It Co." and the public gen
M'CVIaIa fe FAIaIa,
Kirkman 4 Ellis' Old Stand,
34 PUBLIC SQUABI
NEW FAL.1, STOCK
i 8 6 0.
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholesale Dealer In
Varieties and Clothing,
No 3 Hicks' Building, north side Public Square,
WE invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail Merchants to our stock of
FALL. AND WINTER GOODS,
now in store and ready for exhibition.
jK9 Our stock will be found unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall offer the strongest inducements
to cash buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal
ers. FITE, SHEPHERD k CO.
University of Louisiana.
THE Lectures in this Department will commence on
the second MONDAY of November, 1860, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1S61. They will
embrace the various branches of the Civil La-, of the
Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International, and Constitutional Law, und the Juris
prudence of the United States. The Lectures will be
delivered bv four Professors :
Hon. THEODORE H. MoCALEB, LL. D. , Professor of
Admiralty and International Law.
RANDELL HUNT, Professor ot Commercial and Crimin
al Law. and the Law of Evidence.
CHRISTIAN ROSELIUS, LL. 1). , Professor of Civil Law.
ALFRED HEN'XEN, Professor of Constitutional and
Common Law, and Equity Jurisprudence.
No city in the United States has the advantages
which New Orleans possesses lor the ready aud perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
can be obtained as cheap here as in any other large
city in tbe Union.
All cmimjuications must be addressed to the Dean
of thu Faculty, al New Orleans.
R ANDFJX HUNT,
augl0-d&wt3 Imin Dean of the Faculty.
COAia! COAL! COAL!
UNTIL further notice, will be sold at the Yard of
the Raccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly
.Etna) at thu following prices:
laimpCoal, per ton $5 50
Round Coal, " " 5 00
Nut Coal, " " 4 00
Blacksmith's do. " " S 50
Mr. Jon.- B. Lang will In future attend to the busi
ness of tho Company in this plate.
SA-MLKL J. AGNKW,
General Superintendent R. M. C. Co.
Nashville, August 16, 1!60.
JIB-Orders can be lea iu Box No. 94, Post Office, or
at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad Depot. JOHN B. LANG,
Shelton's Marble Works!
Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop
THE nndersigned would inform his friends
and the public generally that he will con
tinue the MARBlJi BUSINESS in this city, at
his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet'
shop, on Church street, and calls attention to
the stock ol
.TIarble Tlouuments, Tmb, etc.
Which he has on exhibition and for sale, embracing
great variety, finished in the most superb manner.
He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice
Marble.Mantles; snd every description of Marble
Work, ot the finest American and Italan Marble. His
work will, as heretofore, be waranted, and bis prices
to suit the times. M. L. SHELTOX.
The GrjEfhcnberj? Vegetable Pills,
ARB THE BEST IX THE WORLD FOR FAMILY UBI
INDIGESTION I CONSTIPATION HEAD
ACHE NERV0USNE ILLiOTJiNESS
HEABTBTJliN-AaDITY--9 AUS EA T L AT
TJXENCE WANT Or APEnTE DYSPEP
SIA LIVES COMPLAINT -GEIPINGS.
On account of their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave tbe
bowels in a constiputed conaiitoo, tne uraeinenoerg
Pills will be found more pleasant than any other.
STw-Prtce 25 cents per box. On tbe receipt of one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postage
to any part ot ine country.
Sept22-tf No. 14 College street.
JUST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
225 dox. Willoughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " " " " quarts)
48 " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Also, on hand 200 dox. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
quarts, for sealing up, ail warranted.
Also, 12 bbls. best Clear Coal Oil, at lowest price by
barrel; ' J. W. WILSON,
sept4-tf 17 College su
ONE Thousand poends Potash on hand, and for sale
by - RAIN'S, BROWN & CO.
Buckskin Shirts and Drawers,
Received and for sale by -, . J HMeGILL.
For October. ,
Harper's New Monthly Magazine ;
Godey's Lady's Book ;
Peterson's Lady's National Maguiae ;
Arthur's Home Magazine ;
Peterson's Ladies' National Magazine;
Arthur's Home Magazine;
Just received by F. HAG AX t CO.,
HAVING every facility in the way women and
material t. do first-rate work with despatch, I
in ,-..-t c- Tinnins- roofs, either ia the city or
country, at tow rates, and and in every case warrant
sat.sra7tio. Gutters, Piping Valley C.ypmge done
in the best manner. . - " " :i
feb8-tf. Oppistte Sewaaee House.
TIVAUWE i, 13 CAS ,
' Job Loti of Boot and Shoes-
WE have large invoice of first quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bargain
for cash, or four months prempt paper. Call immedi
ituiy as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms cp
"eaL1 TRABCS & LUCC3
GOOD city made Family Buroucbe, but little used
for sale cheap by
wptA-tf , BE-NJ F SHIELDS CU
LVOV'S 1MUT POWDtU!
: ULSS, BROWN
VI 4 Cheese, jastl-eceived direct from Um Dairiet, J MAV
I r,r,4 for r-.lo br EKXJ. F. SiiiiiDd It CO. I vre
E. C. il'MIRI & CO
HAVE ON HAND J
0E KINDRED ROLLS BEST
COLORED AND WHITE
An Unusually Large stock of
PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED
C O f T O AT,
For Servants, which they wiU sell very low by the
ta Persons not yet supplied will consult their inter
est by exam to tag these goods, as wo ars DvrsKim-BB to
CLOSE THZM OUT.
R. C. MeNAIUY Sc CO.
ALL DRESS GOODS
S li Ia It 1 1 r.
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to olosed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN CETf
R. C. McNAIRY & CO.
July 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
SNYDER & FEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks;
do Sole Leather do;
do "Cabinet" do; (a new article.)
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do do do do Valises, (Ashland and other
styles;) which thry are oflering at very reduced
rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
EVANS & CO.,
No,l Naslivllle Inn KlocJt
Are in receipt of their Fall. Stock of Foreign and Do
mestic OKV GOODS,
Varieties and Clothing
Hoots, Shoes, IIats,Ltoiiiiets, Ai.c.
To which thoy invite the attention of the Trade.
1VaW IMLli UOOIVS.
Allison, Anderson & Co
IMPORTERS AXD WHOU-SALK DEALERS M
FOliEIliN AXD DOMKST1C
i.N'0. 41, PUBLIC SQUARE,
Aaslmllc, : : : : Tennessee.
ft; E are now receiving and will in a few days have
V V ready for exhibition and sale one of the most
desirable stocks ever brought to this market.
We therefore respectfully invite an examination of
our stuck by the trade visiting the market, before
making their purchases, as we feel confident we can
promote their interest bv giving us a rail. E3
aug22-2m A1JJSON, ANDERSON & OC.
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A IJ.CTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness aud Involun
tary Emissions producing I m potency , Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Br ROB. J. CULVERWEIX, M. D-,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicines or tbe dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated aulber fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perlectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
- Sent under seal to any address, post-pato, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CI IAS.
J. C. KLINE, 4s0 First Avenue, New York, Post Box
4,686. julyl8-dw till aprU 6 '61
Dr. G. R. Bond's French Pre
ventives THT3 article enables those whose health or circom
stances do not permit an increase of family, to
regulate or limit the number of their offspring without
injuring the constitution. It is the only safe and surs
preventive against Pregnancy and Diseate. The above
. . . . . . ,.r . i-nirwl VtAtA4 fir
article can oe sent t wij hi
Canada, two for $1 or $5 per down.
UK U. It . BU.11 J Ol i.iiiJM -
w v nrr r c -v.,... nitia mr-M ih. nnlv medicine married
or single ladies can rely upon with safety and certainty
. . . j- I ..Kc-mol umo ip--im. 1 ri
lor lue imnieaiawo muu n -.- - -
ties, kc, Thtvshouid net be used during Pregnane.
Price $2 per box each box contains 72 Fill. Sent by
The Doctor can be consulted on all diseases of a pri
vate nature. Scientific treatment, a quick cure and
moderate charge guarantied
. -,...-1.. d in ,v-n u f i CifVt rirnw oT Grand and
bWlUlEi IV i', . -'i - . .
Orchard streets, over the Shoe Sbwe. Entrance No 66,
. . V- ral.hlkTiMl in
orcnara streev, ew ivim
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS.
Halt, BoU 4t Shorn, Ready Made Clothing
Hardware, Queentwart, 4c, .
E TRABUE & W. II. LUCAS,
Ko. 73 Public Square.
WE win sen every description of Winter Goods at
low fiiraros to close out as near as possible before
receiving our Spring Stock. Our Mr. LUCAS is now in
Jie Eastern cities soliciting conignmenis and purchas
ing job low for cash SCO snort time paper, ana we
premise Our customers an i aieroiauia, niaaiug ucir
purchases in this market, that our stock will be large
nd attractive, and we pledge ourselves that eur bouse
shall be head quarters for good bargains for eash and
uliort, prompt paper. :
janlS-tf litAisL t c lAiAS.
5f J.J. BEECH,
Wkolrftale & Retail Drug-jist
(IVJCCSSSOX TO K. K. COOUT CO.) '
Corner Broad and Cberry Streets,
WILL keep always on hand a large and complete
assortment of everything kept in the Drug' line.
which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest, and as
9ood as the beet, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to the satisfaction
of all good citizens who will favor us with a call and
patronage. - JOtu J. a u. -sept
rrHE Board ef Directors of the Nashville Commer
1 eial Insurance Company bar this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of three dollars a Fhare, parable
on and after tbe 20t.i test. JAMES WALKER,
novl-lw e c a a Secretary,
Clft ft BG8 prime eariy White Wheat. -
200 bags Mwtiteranean Wheat, selected ex
presslv for seed and for sale by '
octft-tf , , .1 CONRAD, CHaXDLEB k CO.
WITH FiVEWTVEEy "Dumas. . Tsf
wriXED GAMESTER. By V??-?
fK-r sue. f -""
Paper 6JC Call
RATES OF ADVERTISING
( TKM LINES OS LKSSi TO CO-VSTrTCTS A StjCAJlX.)
One Square 1 day $1 00 each add i tonal msertioa $ M
' " 1 week, S OO each additional square 50
"2 ' 4 60 " 3 00
" " 1 month 6 00 3 00
" . : 2 " 0 00 " " 4 60
" " 3 " 12 00 " 6 09
" 6 " is 00 ' " S 00
" " U 26 00 - lo OS
- sacrrwAXLSi at puasus.
One square, one year, $30 each additional square $10
Written notice must be given to take out and stop
advancements of yearly advertisers before the rear
expires, otherwise we shall charge till done.
No contract of yearly advertisements wiil be discon
tinued without previous notice to as, nor will any
charge be made for less than one year at the vearix
rates. . "
A3- Adver'isers exceeding the spaee con
tracted for will be enarged for the excess.-
MOXDAY, SEPT. 3RD, MRS. IRWIN will epen a
School for Girls In the Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church, Edgefield. Arrangemenlshavebeen made
to give a full and thorough Academic and CoUeeiate
Education. . -
The Ladv emnloved tn tooi-h riiei,nn r..-i ..-:
- . V - . . .i 1 1 ivj . i 1 1 w III.
Mon. P. F . faAXTEL, a native of France, and a rradu
ate of the Royal College of Algiers, will teach French.
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Mon. Son lei pre
sents the best testimonials from Paoy distmsuKhed
persons. " ,
--, - v. v.w.w,. -no umm ueea
teaching my boo some time, and this practical trial of
bira convinces me that he deserves to be trusted im
plicitly as a Teacher of French."
The rreular Rat-.
$20 and $25. rTSTT..
-- .EXTRAS ,
QMusic on the Piano $24 00
Latin and Cma!; . . ia w
AModern Languages " 20 00
kiwiin uia jieeaio wors 6 00
" . O PHinils m-il. ka 1. u . . . r . i. . :
to the end of the Session. The bills will be payable at
ujiuiuv vi uie ae6sioa. aufi2s tf
HELM BOLD' S
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
HELMBOLWS BCCHV for tbe Kidneys.
JJ ELM HOLD'S BUCHU tor the Gravel,
HELMBOLD'S BL'CHU for the Dropsy,
HELMBOLD'S BI CHU for Nervousness,
HELtBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.
HELMHOLD'S BUCHU for Dimness of Vision
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dithcull Breathing,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU tor Weak Nerves,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Disease.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU tar Night-sweats,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Wakefulness,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor Iryn.-S8 of skia
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Eruptions,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for lin iu the Back.
Hi-:. itHfii.n's Rrrurr t.r u.....,., r.i. V- oj
w . iu M ..1 IUC l CUB
with temporary sutlusalioa an4 loss of sight,
uiiaouiovo mini tor Aiocnity and Restless
ness, with want or attention and horror of society.
ILf llljf., lilO n,'rrr. ... - -
iici.uvja' o Diinu ior iostrucuons,
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for 1 r,-..., .r;.:..
indiscretion, and ail diseases of
FEMALES FEMALES Ft VALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
FEMALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OS CON
TEMP LA TING MARRIAGE,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
TAKE NO MORE PILLS,
THEY A RE OF XO A VAIL,
THEY ARE OP NO A TAIL
HELMBOLD'S EXTRA CT BUCHU
IS TIIE VERY BEST
REMEDY IN THE WORLD
For all complaints incident to the sex, whether arteing
from Indiscretion, haotls of DlScijiation, or in the
DECLINE OR CI! A XGE OF LIFE I
SEE SYMPI'KilS ABOVE!
NO FAMILY sHoULO BE WITHOUT IT!
1AKE NO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UN
PLE.SAXT MEDICIXES IXjR UX PLEAS
AXTAXD DAXGEliOUS DISEASES.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRA CT B UCHU
In all their stages, At little Expense
Little or no change in Diet; No inconvenience
ot-VD NO EJrPOSURE.
U.-.e HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU for excesse
arising from habits indulged in
BY YOUNG AND OLD,
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation It
removes all improer uiscnarges; an., will restore the
patient in a short time to a stale of health and purity
Use HelmlxAd't Extract Buchu for diseases and aflec.
lions of the iutdistreisuig character.
Use IMnUfAtl't Extract Buck tor all. affections 1 ed
diseases of the
Whether existing in
MALE OR FEMALE.
From whatever cause originating and no matterof
HOW LONG STANDING
All the above diseases and symptoms admit the
same treatment and may ot igiuate from the same cause.
READ! READ 1 1 READ! It
HELM HOLD'S BUBHU is safe and pleasant in taste
and edor, but immediate in action.
Personally apjieared before me an Alderman of tbe
city of Philadelphia, H.T. HFXMBOLD, Chemist, who
being duly sworn, does say that his praparalion con
tains no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs, but si
H. T. HELMBOLD, Sole Manufacturer.
Sworn and subscribed before ma, the 23d day of No
WM. P. HUBBARD, Alderman.
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $5, delivered to any
ONE THING CERTAIN,
A Trial Co&ls bat 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 and others
Prepared by '
H. T. HELMBOLD, -Practical
and Analytical Chemist,
104 South Tenth street, below Chestnut,
NECESSA RYCA UTION Should unprincipled Deal
ers try to palm off another articie, which pays a belter
profit and is worthless, ask for Helm hold's, take no
RAINS & BROWN,
Wholesale and Retail Agents, Nashv'IlS-JJ
Sid by all DraggisU eeerytohert.
Oft BARRELS Timothy Seed;
aZ,J 20 " Blue Grrss do;
20 " Orchard Grass do;
20 " Herds Grass de;
In store and for saie low by
septlT HUGH McCRXA Jt CO
Just received by
JOHN YORK is. .CO.,
NO SS CN10N StJ-EET. .
THE MOTHER IN-LAW, by Mrs. South worth,
thor of Lady of the Isle complete in 1 vol $1 St.
Language without a master.
Latin, ?pani?h, French, Italian and Germaa lie fa
ges without a master. Any one, or all of these
gnages can be learned by any one without a teac
with the aid of this boo. Price $1 2$. ectl-
Hlio.cs tor i lie Million.
HAVE ia store, a large and superior stock ef Beets,
Shoes and Gaitoro, to which they call the tttea
tara of all who wish good shoes an at remarkably Jest
our stock- lor oentiemen is large, and emBrace
every variety, both sewed and pegged. Tbe kvties
wul mid every style or Gaiters, with ana wn frees
heels. Also, Sliipers, Buskins, Ac., for Boys aad
Youths, Misses and children. We have a large Sloak
anl of every variety.
We would call the attention of PUater to ear PRV
MIUM BIUX AX, which is a most superior article
Also, Kip and thick Brogans, Dutch Boots for wsumsi,
heavy double sole thick Boots. Oar stock of Beys
Boow aad Shoes tor fall and w icier is large aad good
We have taken unusual pains ia getting up ear avock.
this fall, and we are saiifned that we will five satafse
ttoa and inducements to all Cash aad proaipt pay"
customers who shall five US a call. t
ocU-tf . a
Pe W. M AXEY & CO
' ' KaU MARKET iJTBaXT,'
Wholesale and Retail Dealer.
TrcnsM and Cast Iroa Coo Stores,
Avn wv variety ef heating stoves. Grafts, Tsa
and oommoTare, lir. Kelik. Fruit .aa4
r cwS botu-ns, c, Aa. Are now to r.pt ef
ie aVdweil asserted slock of every articU, asuaily
temirW ti arsmess, whh they are a r
iTined to sell low for eaa or to puacta: deaJera
jwSrTot everr kind sohciurf aad special atssm
tloo re Ve are also prepay to do Ceeflaf 0
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