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PUBLISHED DAILY,' TftJ-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY, BY A. S. CAMP & CO., NO. 16 DEADEMCK STREET. NASHYILLE, TEN N. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1860 vol. xxn. i i-.ti i NEW, SERIES NO. 1460 toljMlle Patriot Daily, per annum X" Tri-weekly,peraunum Weekly, per annum, . "Ji-""-";!! One Weekly for twoyeirs.rtoftfi jm for one year, in advance & 00 When the Daily .Tri-Weekty, or Weekly Is to be discontinued'' pa-1 in advance at the time subscribed or) the subscriber mBStorder.olttorwtae it will be continued, at ouradoption.untilpaid for and stopped, f not paid.it mast He paid at the time or diecontino uce,or at europium. If the party ia good, it will be rot uotil paid. Remittances by mail, ia " registered " letters, at oar risk. Steam Press Prinliii Concern! A. S. CA3IP & CO., Proprietors, Ko. 16 Deadericlt Street, U I'uULkl lAiilf. Tri IIVAr and HVd. Tt.-oi'' Dailr Tr-'e-k!v We. fcfv per snnnra. -r annum. f.i ir aun:ru. llir- PaTEir an "irii.-.-t. active an-1 uifb-fat liable M. I .purler of lite ou.-lilutyial l iih-n rau-. arid ui the pient canva.- for the. Preiiiem-y will u-e every hou-oral.U-. 5t promote the t-tectu of Beix and Kver m. T-iaM- us to labor with i&nv?sl rOk-iftirr we a-k our party framd.- to aid us in etndius; it cir ru!at4i. By the ir -e t-t th- prmtiu labl thin- lit tf tl Am, and rerent additions cf b-w materials frotu the f4jndrie, the J ttTTf i of I lie Patriot has Ixiti nia.Ie the lare-t and moat cutupk.-te in the Sxith-Wtil. It L- aL-o tupu-d with the luo-l competent wrViuen Steam has beea applied to our ru-s.--.-s, wha h are of the het kw'.-. We are prepared ! pruit, in hU;u vl t le 4 the an. plain, in n.lor, or brxoc. 1TTFK-. HANDBILLS, PKl;RAalMr. BILL'S LADING. MIoW CARI.w .HoW BILL?, BILL HE-trH, UAIJ. TICKET.5, R.VILnM.U WORK. TE.VJIBOAT WoKK, liRAV TMTCfT, IdPIXlUAS, Awl. UiJoed, eveTTtliuij; from the smallest Tip to the luauimoth P-ster, r the 1-Ast r"amj.lil-t t the Urget Ik-i. Tiie larpe -irruLtioo of the PjTRiin gn-atly augmen-t-il ly the addition thereto of tlia subcnplion liU of A V its , rmdiTS it an exfvlli-ot alvertiinft modiuiu. Xotie better iu the city. We solM-it t.lers. at our ofRi-e. No. 10 IVjpr.R H'it irntEKT. A. S. CA.TII & CO. '. julys-tf PARTNERSHIP. I HAVE THIS DAV Ar' iCIATED MATTHEW ADDY with me m liu.-iue.-. the name of the linn to be hobwt M.ii.re 4 Co KOBEP.T MHOKE. Julv 1. Xv'jO. 4J Waiuut strei-t. MATTUEW ALOY. UOBCUT 3100UE & CO., Produce foiumissiou Merchants, !Vo. 4? Walnut street, cAnN"NATT, oino, l'lin-hae and ti ll, exclusively on commission, Flour, ltu-i. Cheese, Butter, ifeedi. Oils. Dried Fruit, Can tiles. sp, Cflf.iai.-e, Bruuuis. Durkets, Tulw, and arti cle? of Dcmierlic Maaut'arture and PKODCCE generally. juljl-t:" DUUliS AM) MEDICINES. A. 11. UOSCOC & CO., ("WHOLESALE AND BETA1L DETJG GISTS, S. W. Coru r of Coad and M:irk.t -tr. t.-. ahi ville, X e ti n . U7"E are prepared to execute orders for DrilH and .Sediciue and all artieies n-nam ingtottie lrui B'isiness, with uespatrh cd at tue loeet market price. The tuuie atlutiou w .11 lie given as heretofore to have erery article of ag good quality as represented and in no instance will am thing be put np that is of a doubtfulor sophisticated character. It is oar intention to maintain the reputation w have established in el!.ng noue but Pure lJriiL's and Medici nes, aud we, therefore, invite yon to tumme our etoc before buying elsewhere, believing wecau vhow jou inducements seldom ollered in thi- or any other Vouthero city . In addition to Irues we have constantly on hand a laree slock of Per'.umery, Sap and To;Iet Articles, White Lead, Linked Oil, Tnrpenf.ne V"i'ih, I'tor? and Wines for modi a:rlO-tf Kingston Sprins4, IS now ojien lor the reception of visitors, en and after lt Jy the od day oi July Mr. Je-fjc fAKRUU sill ran an aceoiurv-datum Oiuiiibsfl. i eaving the S'nuoe lipase ever; Tuesday , l hurs lay , and Saturday at 0 o'clock, A. .arnviug at the Spring 4 to dinner fare two ecliare . fflre and register at Sewanee House. The medical qualities of Cice (irinsare well known. For dytpepjia, diseases of taehver, and tor complaints lucnUnt to lemaies, tbey are unsurpassed. There are five sulphur springs of different quahtieit. bcMdes free Eton" and newl !isc3vered chaly beuie. Tern ?er Dav $1 50 " Week 8 00 " Mouth 30 0O Korfe per week..... 3 50 ' Childrenacd servants half price. - WM. T. YEATMAX, E. J. kiUallEK, Pup-rm eudents. XelegrapU C'lialybcate Springs. This water is brought four hundred feet in ten seconds. Take pleasure in informir; the public that be is now ready to wait on all who may favor him wiiharaii. This Spring : situated on the east side 1 1 Comber land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families, from $4 to Jti; one l'erfoii,2; by thednok, 9 cents, i'aymcnt m advance. ANALYSIS. Carbonate of Iron. Carbouite ol Lime, Sulphate ri Magnesia, Sulphate of l.iino, Muria'c of Maguesia, Muriate ul" S xla. The specilic gravity of the fresh water was 1.01222 ilistilled water being taken a a standard I understand that the water has already breu ben elicial to several invalids. It will be beuetlciai to a greater degree when taken fresh from the Spring I should pronounce it stimulantand tonic, and adapt ed, consequently, to caeaof debility , accompanied with ananomic condition of the sy.-tem,and contra indicated iu plethoric and inuamatory stales. KiCHAKii O. CUKKEV . There is no doubt that the Spring kept by lr. W. lies at the eastern end of the Suspension Bridge Is good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to many diwdsea of debility. B. W. H til, M. U., K. Thompson, M. D., Henry Cairo w, M. U..T. K.Jen mngs, M. D., Bovd MrNairy, M I.,R. C.K Martin, M.H. " june2S-2m Valuable Town Lots A X P COWSTttY.' li A XWS For 8alc. I AM oflcnng for aak . ,n reasonable terms, tho following property: td handsome Uud.iiug Lois in the 7ih aud 8th Wards of Xaf hrille. . Nine Houses and IjjU or various dimensions, from larg " small comfortabie rc&idcuces at low prices. In the city. One double three story Business House on Broad street, occupied at preseut by Hardcastle ti Co. On Tract of about 22, acres, tiiree mi k-a out ou tho Nashville and Chaltauooga lUilioad,fram liouwe aud Weil part of the Lucus or Crutchtr tract, good oil. One Tract of about 31 acrt on the Miirfi eeMhuro' Turnpika road, at its junction with the stone's Kivtr Turcpike one-half mile onl adjacent to W. B. Iwis aud others my Bnck-yai t property. One Tiai I of about u0 aci t,, eigbt miles out, near tho Murfreesboro Tucupikr Good improvements, good water and timber. Oue Tract of about 90 acres on tho Franklin Col lege and Stoue' riTer Turnpike, 7 miles out 3acrog cleared, balance good timber and well watered. Oue Tract of about 126 acres, adjacent to tme on the Fast, fronts on said Turnpike over 2uo poles nearly all good timber and uil good. Ouo Tract ot about 150 a--es,ton rifles out, near Smith's Springs, one wile void a half North of the Murfreeaboru-' Turnpike. inoEtly weilliiubtred.ab .ut 40 ai res cleared aud several olhor lots aud tracts of land In Nashville and vicinity. For farther particulars call on Naxcn Wootiwakn, So. 50 Cherry street. Young Negroes at fair pricos will be taken iu ex change for the above. ' - -Juurii Im . ra JAMES M. MTRFLL. Ladies Uoun t Boxes. JTT3T recelred a Urge assortment of Ladies Bon. et Bxes, suigle and u.uble tojw and tray,. Also. Ladies' sal-ihU and Traveling it gs. bicb I oiler very cheap for cash. - . . JOflX RAMAGt, joae33-U . - , Collage street. - Cransportation, Nashville and Chattanooga UK Change of Scheduled OX AXD AttUl Sunday next, April 29, 1SOO, Piw-ioiiT Trams wiii run u follows: tiOIXii EAST. Vi.hriil at a a. . and 3 P. a. ! Arrive at Qiattanoopa l JoO r. X. ami 1 :. a. M COMING WErT. i ,ve CUattanooca at T3J x. X. and 70O r. f Arrive at Nashville at a r. M. and 8 a. m. . it chortrct rmit to Btltlrtl. A v.'..- v.l- i l. l.a.i.i Knliinioro. Wahinirtiu City. Kirbiuoiid. Petersimrz, Lynchburg, KnoxvillP, aavaunan, .narkei4iu, aitiigomt:r , junujiuc. . -i.an. ir. ' Both Trains couuih t at Stevenson with Trams on MemphLa aud Cliari5-lou railroad, and at Cliattanooga withTrain? on Ea?t Teuueec aiid ;enrgiA and Weal r rn and Atlani ic Railroaiis. Throuirh Tn-kets may ie had at any hour on apt'hra tiou to Tn-kn Aei-tit. at olhVe at lK-t, to the following piaif-s and at the following jirire. viz : Xa-hviile to New York, via. Charleston. C. 27 75 E. T. Va. nute. 30 85 . - -- Savannah " 27 75 nillailelphia." - " -' J) lialtmK-e. - 25 75 Washuiton. "" 25 0 KM-hiuou J, - " - 25 00 Vter?bari5. ' 25 OU LmchbarjC. 23 75 siletu. 1 21 JW Bur Tunnel. 20 - Chrttianbure, j Virginia Sprliigs, 20 75 Miawsrille. J ' 20 75 KnoiTil1 to 50 t harief . - t "0 avannali. 21 0O Maron. V' '- Anaustn, 1 Atlanta. 1L 00 Columbus. I SO M'il?Hnerv, 1 0,1 Jtuiitsvili-.." 7 00 l.nuid JuUL-tiuu, 1100 Meniphf. 1J 00 New Orb-uns, 00 H.Jlr iwui;;a. Mk--. 1f Jf" Canton. J Favetteville. 4 f JKMuinville, M a-ir E. W. OIJC. Superinien.lenl. IXPIIESS FREIGHT. THE Xajhville and Chattanooga Railroad Company, in connection with the Koads below, are ruunmg an Espre-s Fn-ight Train from tliarletlon and i-avau-nah to Nashville, at slower speed, but with the Kime certainly as th. ir tMSsengi-r Trains. Xo delay tofreights br this route. F W. CXLE, "jan27-tf ul,t- Cliarleston and Savannah V Va KiUT LIXES Eatfs Bedoced and Speed Increased. TT'XPRESS Freieht Trains on all the roads. On and C after the 2-tth of December. 159, through rates from New York to Xashville: First Class, per 100 pounds .1 SecHid Class, " 4i J Tliird Class. " " 1 Fourth Class. " Hats. Caps and Bonnets - Time from Savannah and Charleston to Xash vule three, three aud a half and four days. Time from New York and Philadelphia, seven and a half, eight and nine days. lulsfvening Sabbaths cause the above variat ions in time, as no freight trains are run on Sunday over three lows. Xo detentions by ice or snow. Overcharges and damages (except damages occurring at sea) promptly adjusted l.v the Na--hville ami Chattanooga Railroad on delivery. " t W. AXKFJlSoX. decsi-lf Freight to New Ycrk and Philadelphia ox Cotton and Vtonr, VIA. CHARLESTON" AXD SAVANNAH. Cotton per bale of not more than 500 lbs. weight $4 25 Flour ier barrel 1 a Xo insurance necessary except from Charleston and Sa vannah to New York and Philadelphia. Cotton compressed at the option and expense of stea mers when compressed, it can be freighted from New York to foreign ports at to 2 16 less than cotton not compressed. Through receipts Issued by the Freight Agent f the N.u,h ille aud ChatUunota Railroad. C. W. ANDERSON, d. c23-!f Gem-ral Agent. FAST LINE EAST! via, Cincinnati. COMMENCING ON JUNE lltb Male Miami aud Columbus and Xeitla and CI.VTI, IIA3IILT0S & DilTOS 1860 mmm i860 ICKII'KOAD! From C1.CI.N.KATI to lUistoii in U2i hours. I'hlladeipliia ill 20 hours. Saratoga Sprtugs iu 25 hrs. KuUalo in 15 hours. Cleveland in 8,', hours. Wheelaud inS1, hours. Crestline ill 6 hours. New York in 30 liours. Jtilimiore iu 24 hours. Albauy iu 25 hours. iKinkiik in 14 hours. Pittsburg in 12? hours. SteubeUsville in 10' hour?. Zum-sville in 6 hours. Suudu-kv in 10 hours. ToeL'i in 9 hours. Ivtroit iu 12,"i hours. Thron?h Trains leave ficeinnati as follows: 7:30 Am EXPRESS From Little Miama Depot, and from Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton IVpot, connects via. Coliinibns.Cleveland Dunkirk and Buttalo; via. Columbus. Crestliue and Pittsburg; via. Columbus, SleulH-usville and I'iltsburg; via. Columbus, Belliar aud Pittsburg; via Columbus, Bcllair and Ben wood. 7:30 A. EXPHi3 From Cincinnati, Hamilton aud Detroit liejiot, also connects via. Lima, Toledo. Ivtroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky. lO A. TH. EXPRESS From Litle Miami Depot, connects Tia. Columbus. Bellair and Beuwood; via. Coluufbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Oduiubus, Crestline ar.d Pittsburg; via. Colunibus, Ch-velaud, Imnkirk and Butlalo. 6 P. 11. EXPRESS From Cincinnati. Hamil ton and Dayton I lepot, via. Lima, Teledo, Detroit and Canada; via. Dayton, Clyde and Sandusky. Modem Meeplns Cars on tills Train, via Toledo. IIP. W. EXPRESS From Little Miami Deit. connects via. Columbusi?teubensville and Pitts burg; via. Columbus, Belliar and Pittsburg; via. Co lumbus, Belliar ana Benwooa; via loiumDus, wesuine and Pittsburg; Tia. Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk and Buffalo. - ' Modern Sleeping Cars on this Train, Passengers for Lake Steamers, leaving Cincin nati at 7:30 A. M . have 6 noun in Cleveland. Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connections. The 6 P. 31. Express, Saturdays, makes all con nections as advertised, except jor uetrou and poiiU in Canada. The Xight Express runs Daily, Saturdays excepted. All other Trains run Daily, Saturdays excepted. Trains run by COLUSrBrS TTME, which is 7 Minutes faVtcr than CINCINNATI TIME. Bagsage Checked Through to all Eastern Cities. ay Passengers should bear in mind that the "CIN CINNATI" is the OLD and FAVORITE RoCTK. Con nections are made promtly, the Koads are thoroughly BALLASTED, and all modern improvements adopted insuring si-kk, comfort and SAFETY. THROUGH TICKETS Are sold at all tho PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET OFFICES in the WEST aud SOITH. A-k for Tickets via. CINCINNATI. : , , P. W. STRADER, General Ticket Agent, Cut tL juue30-tf Teunessee & Alabama Railroad. CIIAINGE OF SCHEDULE, TIME TABL'E. Commencing Sat-dajr, Jane 3d, 1860. PASSENGER TRAINS. ! ' Leave Nashville at ....4:15 a. . and 3 r. m. ' , Arrive at NashvillejU,......10 A. . and Jr. . FREIGHT TRAINS. . - Leave N'aasrille at .... . 6 0 A. n. Arrive at Nashville at..., 4:45 r. M. 'r'HE Morning Train going South connects with Motn J. phis and Charkeaton Hailroad at Decatur. . The Evening Train going South coonecU at Columbia wnii train to Mimnt Pieasaut and Pulaski. - The Even iux Train iroini? North nutM eloiw muhhw tlon at N'iK-hvulewitu U,aiaVille and NashvUle Kail- roat rrom ana alter Slonuay, May 7th, to Louiarille and aii uturu t iiais. nut one train on Sunday. - W. O X. PtaiKIXS, : June4-tf ! . . Superintendent. Extra Family Flours tr .BARRELS Extra Family Flour, maon'actor leJV ed fromchuke WUtj Wtuat, to arrive to dar.aud for saU br iaarl5-tf x. . ;. XUVJL, HOOPER CO.; Cmreat National Uoutc. To Baltimore, Philadelpnia, NEW YORK AiD BOSTOX, AXD ONI.Y ROAD TO Washington City. CENTRAL OHIO AXD BALTIMORE AXD OHIO BAILEOADS TERMINATE at Baltiiivre and Washiugtou City oa ilmRist ami Ciumbus ou the West, at which places it conuects with RailroaiLs for and frwu all points iu The West, Southimt and Xorthwtst. Passengers by this route can visit the cities of Balti- ... l..l."l.: " X. ..I- n..H Rt.dl . t tllA (VWf niore, i uiuuieipuia. e . . i. . . - - - of a ticket to New York or Btoa alone by other lines. Tbrougu IK-Keis can i ui m. .o"n- City to the Eastern Cities at an addilHiual diarge of two dollars only. Sleeping Citrs attai-beri to all trains. TICKETS COOV VXT1L USED, With the rrivilege of stopping off at all priucial P"""- ,r,.. twe-UK-SH 31' 11 or ihhi-,'t-, i"i . r. . ly,m can visit all the Eastern Cities at a com'iarativery small expense. The seeuery Is celebrated for its won derful beauty ana suoiuunj ; i i "i " world. 1W svsteiu of ltay and Xight Track Police; its stdendid'tiuiiiineut; Ms exclusive Telegraph lanes: Us large amount oi uouoie i . n "" the surveillance of tlie Company.) ensures to tlie pas senger SPEED, SAFETY AXD COMFORT. Tin'n.fi.h ti.a.-, n t MMit( elwwV. ran le obtained at all the priiH ill Ktilnoit and SleaiulHJat otla iu the West. Afk lor TicketB via. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. W. P. SMITn. M.tster of Transportaliou. 1 M. CoUS. General Ticket Agent. K. F. Fl'IXER, General Western Agent. J. W. BIIOWX, Geu l T ket .Vgent, C. O. R. R. 11114 Edg'field & Kentucky Railroad IVashville to ClailtSTille, Hop kinsville, RussellTille, &c. OX AND AFTER Saturday, April 7th, ISGO, Two Trains to and from ClarksTille daily. GOING NORTH. U-ave Nashville at 630 A. M. and 2:4o r. a. Arrive at tTarksville 102S a. n. and 7:15 r. M. GOING SOITH. Leave Clarksville at 6 a. m. and 2:45 r. s. Arrive at Nashville 10 a. n. and 7 r. m. The morning train from Nashville connects at Spring field with a dailv line of stages to Russellville, and at Tail's Station, near State, hue, with Slaughter & Co.'s daily hue of -four horse caches to Hopkinsville, Ky., vut. Trenton. Penibrake, Ac. From Hopkinsville stages leave for Columbus, Ky., Padncah, Smithland. Eddyyille and Henderson. Fare from Na.-uvilie to Henderson -t w. A. ANDERSON, lr7-tf Chief Engineer. Notice to Shippers. r' being of the utmost importance for the proper nrot.i t ion of the Track, and to keen out of the way of gravel and other trains, tliat freight trains be run at regular uniform rate ot gpeea, wiirii can ouiy oe ac complished by running on schedule time; therefore, in order that the freight trains may be run on tho time laid down in the schedule, it is ordered that alter tnir- ty davs from this da te, freight will be received ty me Xashville aud Clialtaiiooga Railroad Company at sched ule stations only. Rates on Flour Reduced. aHE Xashville aud Cliattanooga Railroad will receive at Xashville, Wartrace, Sheibyville aud Stations on X. k. C. R. R. between Nashville aud Wartrace. and give through receipts for Flour by Car load to Charles ton or Savaunau, at one iioiiar per oarrei iiirotigu. K. . C1HJ-., Sup't of Transportation X. & C. R. R. Jan22-tf Louisville ami Xaslwlllc RAIlaROAD. CHANGE OF TIME. fllWO through Express Passenger Trains between 1 Xashville and Louisville, making close connec tions at Louisville Tor New York , Boston , PLrladel ph, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Niagara Falls, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Louiis, and the Far West. On and after SrxDar, Jut tbk 8th, 1860, traias will run as follows: First Mail train leaves Nashville at 6 KM) A At. daily, stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Jane tion,Eliiabethtown,andallregularstatiou8 when sig nalled by a flag, aud arriving in Louisville at 1:40 P.M. Returniug leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop ping as above, and arriving in Nashville at 2115 P. M. Secondtrain, Express, leaves NashTilleal5:50 P.M. daily, Sundays excepted, stopping as first train, and arrivingin Louisville at 3:00 A. M. Keturningleaves lajuisvilleat 6:20 P.M., stopping as above, and ar riving in Nashvilleat 3:05 A. M. Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville daily (Sundays excepted! at 4:30 P.M., and arriv ing in Gallatin at 6:10 P. M. Returning leaves Galla tin at 7.00 A.M., and arrives in Nashvilleat 9:10 A. M. ' - Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points North, East and West, with a choice of the many dif ferent routes. JNO. B. ASDERSON, Superintendent. A. J. FiELD,Gencral Ticket Agent. julylO-dtf "Pre " ' TTf i. . s -V y f ECONOMY! V ak , - Save the Pieces! As accident teill happen, eren in toell regulated j 'aari lit. it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, ice. SPALDLUG'S PREPARED GLTJE . meets all siK-h emergencies, and no household can af ford to bo without it. It is always ready aud up to the sticking point. There id no longer a necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell and other ornamental work, so popular with ladies of re finement and taste. This admirable preparation is used cold, being chem ically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive. 'a'SEFTL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price, 23 Wholesale Dejiot , No. 48 Cedar street. New York. Address, HJEtfRY C. SPALDING & CO., Box, No. 3,600, New York. ' Put up for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight, aud Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Show Card accompanying each package. A single bottle of SPALDING'3 PREPARED GLL'E will save ten times its cost annually to every household. - a. Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard ware and Furniture Dealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores. Country merchants should make a note of SPAL DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when making up their list. It will stand any climate. , , janlO-ly SheltonV Marble' Works ! : Church street, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet shop Nashville, Tenn., THE undersigned would Inform his friends and the public generally that he will con-l tlnue the JlAKaiJ, atSLNtss in this city, at his shop, next door to Cornelius's Cabinet1 shop, on Church street, and calls attention to the stock of marble Monuments, Tombs, etc Which be has ou exhibition and for sale, embracing great variety, finished in the most superb manner. He is prepared to manufacture on the shortest notice MarbleiMaHtles ; and every description of Marble Work. 01 the buest Americas aad Iialan Marble, lias work will, as heretofore, be waranted, aad bis prices to suit the times. - ; M. U SHELTOX. Jand tf. . : SCI1UETZE & aLUDOIaFF, rANCFACfCRERS ow Isox Fiuire, iVl GRAND, KQUARE and PAKJ OH KKAND PIANO sOKTeS. made with it thA imnravements conductive to 1 superiority of toco, touch rd durability, GOL MEDALS awarded at the rairs IB Aew lorc.ta 'M and '56, aad is SU Louis, 1809. lealers,Scho ad Families will savs money by calling before p chasing. Alllnstruueats toraulss tar tiiree y Wareroomssei BRoOal ST., (a.few doors We Broadway.) Sw YrZ. ; IcbZL VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR S ALE. WISHING to make otherlurestments, -speo posetoselUllnar RealEsUtein Davilfooco., as follows: That Suburban Residence, aitnated ob the Franklin Turnpike, within halt mile of the city , and opposite the residence or the late Jo seph W. Horton. This is. perhaps, the moat com manduig site ia the vicinity oi rasuTiie,iiu is a niostdesirablecounu'T residence. The bouse will be old with 12or 15 acres ofland as thepurchaser may choose. That Valuable Farm, knowuastbeSimsTract,8itaatedoo the SmithTarn pike, (old Lebanon roaa; wimin turee nines i-iu-Tille,-ontaining330 acres. The soilisgood.itisweM 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 gardenfand dairy larms. Also, mat Beautiful Farm, onsamc road , now occupied bj T.C. McCampbell, and formerly owned by Tom Harding, containing about 250 acres. Tbisplaceie so well known as to noed no further description It willalso be divided to subpurchasers T.C. McCampbellw llsuowthese places 13 any one who willcall. Alltheaboveiroperty will be sold ou reasonable terms ,ud on a creditol oue ,two,turee and four J. . , Applj to.v . ..i.inuiey ,iasiivin ,on enue oltbeuudersignrd . THUs . U ildUAMrtitaj. , Six mile?) rom Nashville. i . A . McOAMPBELL, aprl Nashville. FOR S-A-LE. A COUiNTRY RESIDEMCE Well Improved A very Valuable, TWO and a half miles from Nashville on JUrcA the Mnrfreesboro' Turnpike Road. The dwelling is ot Brick, built In modern style and very commodious; containing 0 rooms of good size, besides hahs, ante-chambers, china clos et, store room and cellar, and situated in A, Eeantifnl Grove of Forest Trees. The kitchen ,wash room and meat bouse ire also of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a large cistern. The place contains thirty -two acres of excellent land, or which twelve are in HEAVY TIM PER. No bridge or railroad to pass, and the toll gate will soon be more 1 beyond . ALSO adjoining the above, several beautiful Building Lou, containing from six to thirty acres one of seventeen acres, heavily timbered. These lands arc well adapted to gardening being near the city and of free soil, clear ot rock. Posses sion given at any time. For terms app y to the undersigned on the premi ses, or at 33 College stre.-t. june25-dtf A. H. FORD. For Sale. Q HERRING'S SAFES.Urge fizo, will be sold very low to close a consignment. junelS-tf J. W. WILSON. A .ew Supply of Ohio Role Batter. 1 KQry POUNDS of Fresh Butter just reseircd pel Lt) J I Poland, and for sale by BENJ. F SHIELDS a CO., aprO-tl No. 27 College street The Unprecedented Success Which has of late attended the use of Lt. IX. SVVEETT'S MEDICATED SOAP INDUCES us to call the attention of all those afflict ed with piles to it. It is being tested daily with the most beneficial eflects. It is the only prep tra tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee dy cure. If ycu are afflicted try it at once, and be carelul to use no other medicine in connection with it. It is compounded uuder tho supervision of L. N. SWEET who will return tlie money if no cure pro ceeds from its use. aa For sale at Demoville's and DeG rove's, and by other Druggists. juuel6-tf Reynold's lew Work. The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds, author of Mysterieis of I-ondon, &c, ic. Just received by JOHN YORK & CO. june94f If the Grave Could Speak f f 7 E should learn that one half of the children V V boru die before they are five years old. Give no strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the uneicnoerg Children's Panacea, The most valuable medicine for young children that has ever been invented. The Health Bitters, Fo 25 cents, will make half a gallon of the best Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu lt tions, dyspeptic habits, billions disorders derange- in in t of the stomach aud bowels. Every family would usetnem at tne presentcnange or tee season. aprl4-tf MACKENZIE a MINCBLS Express to Clarksville. THE Southern Express Company respectfully an nounce that they are now running mksskxgkks through to Clarksville, via. E. & K. and M.C. kl. Rail cars, and are prepared to forward to that place and interveniDgpoiDts with promptness and dispatch all goods usually sent by express. They will also forward to all places on stage routes, connecting with the above Railroads. Bills, notes, drafts, e'C, collected and prompt return made, ry Office No. 19 Public Square. febl7-tT A K. HOLT, Superintendent. Sunday School Celebrations Flags! Flags"!! Flags!!! NOTHING adds so much to the appearance of a Procession of Sunday School Childxen asa Flag in the hand of every little boy and girt. LUCK is now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College street, up stairs over Shields' Auction Ro m mayl-t Hungarian Grass Seed JUST received, and for sale at a low figure 600 bushels superior Hungarian Grass Seed. This seed has ben selected with great care, and was rais ed in the Northers portion of Missouri is free from dirt and all impurities, aprll-tf . M0 MIZELL, HOOPER k CO. THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL, Enlarged and Refurnished. THK undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, end refur nished it thorougbout in the most elegant style, will opeu the house to the public on Thursday the 6lh inst. SAMUEL J. CARTER. July 2 dtf vc In Invoice of ffieersehanm Pipes. . JUST received a One assortment of Fancy and Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine, and China Stems, wui"h will be soil cheap at pri vate sate oy . tsr J. r . snita.u3 w ju., - junelo-tf - . Central Auction Rooms. Canary Cages ! JUST received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages o( all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomt as ever brought to this market. For sale low by lebs-u . J. w. wiustJN. nsroTicji:. rTUIE-Copartnership heretofore existing under the 1 .tjrhs r kaiwards, Gilkeson k Co., is this day disolved by mutual consent. J. K, GUkekvn reur ing from the firm. July 15, 1800. JO. EDWARDS, ... J. K. GILKESON, E. P. EDWARDS. SO. KDW1RD9. a. r. KDwaKDs. EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO., (STCCESSOBS TO W) WARDS, OUXXRSOX k 00.) WILL CONTINUE THE : Wholesale Grocery, ' FORWABUIXG AXD COMISSION BCSISESS At the old stand, comer if College and Chunk sts. Juiyietf-. ' - Flags! Flags! Flags I AND DECORATIONS of a kinds, and sixes for Fourth of July, political and other celebrations. LUCK, 45 Union street is now prepared to furnish th a'aove in any quan , wholesale and retail. Al so, Fireworks of all kl s. Orders r i distance promptly attended to. JOHN LUCK., juue21-tf New Steinwav Piano At liiicL's Music Store, -. No. 45 Uniosk street. rrHI3 Instrument hi warranted new X aud not sixty day s from the maa- ufactory , aa will be seen on eiamma tion. I will sell st manufacturer'! price, without additional charge for freight. Tbor in want or s Piano will nad a to tnotr intsrsst call and eiaiaino it before purchasing. - . ! ; (. JOHNLCCK-M17-t "Music DseJsr, 45 Uakw 1 XASHVILLECOJIJIERCIAL Insurance Company. Capital $100,000! ALL PAID IN. OFFICE At No. 30, Corner of CedarStreet aud the Public Square, TTTILLtake risksagainst Loss or dam VV age by Fire on Buildings, Goods, Waresand Merchand ize generally . Also , on Shipments against 1 oss or damage by Seas and Rivers, to and from all points. ALS4 Riskson Negroes against the dancers of the liver. DIRECTORS ALEXANDER FALL, W. T. BERRY.r ANTHONY W. VAX LEER, JOHN H. EW1N, JOHN KIRKMAN, HUGH McCREA, JAMES WOODS. JOSEPH EDWAKDS, R. C.McNAlRY, IRBY MORGAN, W H EVA VS ALEXANDER FALL President. JAMES WALK KB, Secretary. auglS TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, Capital 9150,000 all paid In. OFFICE North-West Cornerofthe Public Square Will tike risks agaiustlossor damage by fire on Dwellingsand other Houses, Goodgio Store, &c Aieo Marin and Kiver uazarasto anarrom at i ports. ALSO Riskson Kegroesagainsltne Danger to! the River. DWFCTORS: ' JOHN M. niLL. JOSEPH VAULX JAMES CORREY THOMPSON ANDERSON G. M. FOGG. JAMES EIX1S. ALEX. ALLISON, N . E. ALLOWAY R. H. GARDNER. W. S. EAKIN. THOS.L. BRAXSFORD. JOSEPH VAULX, President - Av W BUTLER .Secretary . . , . octSS JuBt received by Express and for sale by F. HAGAN. Letters of Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel Portrait, translated from the two German editions by Frederick Knop. El Furidas, by the author of Lamplighter. Rutledge a.Novel. Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott. Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Dow, Jr., complete scries. Just received and for sale by F. HAGAN, June2-tf 41 College St. OPEN AGAIN. THE Iriig Store recently occupied by WELIi & HOOPER is again open, and the large stock of Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and indeed every thing usually kept in Drug Stores will be sold at greatly reduced prices, either at wholesale or retail, to close the business of the firm. J. M. HUDDLESTON. Receiver. , Prescriptions put up at any hour of the day or night by experienced Prescriptionists. auglj-dtf LOOK HERE! ALL DRESS GOODS SFaLLVlft REGARDLESS OF COST! Those not yet supplied would do well to examine them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR WHAT WE CAN GET? . R. C. McXAIRY & CO. july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET. University of Louisiana, LAW DEPARTMENT. THE Lectures in this Department will commence on the second MON DAY of November, I860, and con tinue until the first Monday of April, 1861. They will embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the Common Law, and of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial, International, and Constitutional laiw, and the Juris prudence of the United States. The Lectures will be delivered by four Mpfessors : Hon. THEODORE H. McCALEB, LL. D., Professor of Admiralty and International Law. RANDELL HUNT, Professor of Commercial and Crimin- al I-aw, and the I aw of Evidence. CHRISTIAN ROSELICS, IJ D., Professor of Civil Law. ALFRED HEN'NEN, Professor of Constitutional aud Common Iiw, and Equity Jurisprudence. No city in the United States has the advantages which New Orleans possesses for tlie ready and perfect acquirement of tho Modern Languages. Good Board can be obtained as cheap here as iu any other large city in the Union. All communications must be addressed to the Dean of the Faculty, at New Orleans. RANDFJX HUNT, auglO-dA:wt3dmin Dean of the Faculty. TURNIP SEED. LANDRETH'S Turnip Seed, Summer and Winter Warranted fresh. Just received and for sale by aug!4-tf RAINS, BROWN a CO. Wanted. 1 nHil WSHELSGoOD CLEAN MILLET SEED, j f oy an31-tf A. JENKINS. No. 14 South Market street DISSOLUTION. THE Co-Partnership heretofore existing between McCASLIN k STRADER in the Sheet Iron and Copper Business is dissolved by articles of agreement, and the affairs of the concern will beset'led uu only by me. I shall continue the same business as heretofore, at the old stand, and solicit a share of the publ c patron age. J. D. STRADER. Aug9-tf liXS AND LOTS. WE offer for sale on easy terms to purchasers the following Real Estate, viz: Lots Nos. 12 and 13 on Pearl Street; 51 and 65 on Washington street, each in L. H. Lanier's Addition to Nashville, Lots Nos. 6, 3S4, 335 and 10 feet of 33S, in Ewing's Addition to Nashville all unimproved. Lots Nos. 6, 6 and 7, on High street, In the Plan of tne n nson spring property, on each of these lots is a neat Brick House, all new and occupied by good tenants. Also, 46)4 acres of Land on the Turnpike road leading to Paradise Hill, about four miles from the city, adjoining the lands of Sam Cayce, W. B. Ewlng and others,' and known as the Madox place. It will make a fine market garden . Call at once and got bargains. HOBSON k WHELESS. I have on the market the splendid residence of Wes ley Wbeless, with 87 acres of Land, which has been heretofore advertised and more defitelv described. I expect to put on the market the ensuing Fall (of uiuu uinuiwramu oe given ) auout loo ixts in s new addition to Edgefield. . N. HOBSOX. - aug7-2m ' : No Time to Wait for the Doctor ! A BOUT these times all children will eat preen frnlt MX. At any moment of day or night, they are liable to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or Di. rrbosa. No time then to send for the doctor. The GraBlenbcrg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al suJh cases. No family ought U be without it in the nouse. us promptness Has saved thousands valu able Uvea in Tennessee in the past few years. Only 60 cents a battle enough f jT s whole family for a wnoie season, a iresn lot just received." mayI5-tf " MACKENZIE a KINCHIN. COAL.! CO Ala ! COAL.! TTNTIL further notice, ui io sold mi tb v.mt of tne Kaccoon Mountain Coal Company (formerly iuuj at tne iouowing prices: . Lump Coal, , per ton $5 60 Round Coal, " $ oo Nut Coal, " " 4 00 Blacksmith's do. " " 3 so Mr. Joasr B. Laxo will in future attend to the busi ness of the Company in this place. Samuel j. agnew, General Superintendent R. M. C. Co. Nashville, August 16, I860. ' Orders can be left in Box No. 94, Post Office, or at the Yard, back of the Nashville and Chattanooga ourJM liofc. juh. is. LAMi, aug!7-tf . - '. i . Agent. SNYDER & FEIZELL Have on hand a large assortment of ' LADIES French Dress Trunks ; do. So' Leather do; " do. ' f binet - do; ( new article,) Gent's Floe Sole Leather Trunks; do. do. do. do. Valises, ( Ashiand and oth- r siyies:j wnicn tney are offering at very re- itllf.l MlM fall . . V n ot H..LL. f. june7-tf ... . For Sale. X T juttnfAkU A ii: .r. i e e it, wuuwisivuiv WWCiUBgy iXKt. X30 C3UUUI OS- X sner Street, formerly the residence of KoaseU Also No ii North Summer 8treet, the present resi 4ence of Jas.Correy, Esq. Apply t - -.. ; v . . J. KIKKMAN, President, Augl-4f " Union Bank of Tenn. .7 For . Rent , or Lrease. . I WILL rent or lease my place near the Marfrees horo' Pike two nulei from the city for the present rear, or with the privilege of five years.. There is a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen aad good Stables, aad a splendid well of excellent water. There are twelve acres of superior land suitable for raisins au Kinds of aaarkeung. fh2aWtf - ' - - , - LOUT3 LEWIS. I FASSETT & GROSSMAN, NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASmTLLE, TENNESSEE, Manufacturers and Wholesale and Cetail DEALERS IX ALL EJXDS OF LADIES' AD CENTS' TSATELIXG TRCMS, BONNET BOXESi Valises, Carpet Bag-, &c, &c, TVESIRE to call the attention of all tho?e In want of U anything in iMir line, (wholesale or retail.) to ex amine our stork before purchasing elsewhere, as wo are confident tliat we ran sell as low as any other house in the city. Our stock is all of our own manufacture and is made of the best materials and by Urst class workmen. All must admit the wisdom of buying work made at home, in preference to buying tliat made at the East expressly for jobbing. We especially invite the attention of the Ladies to our PATENT TRIM FOR LADIES. It has comiiartuieuts for Bounets. Dresses, Parasols, Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for Sponges, tills, ic. All kinds of Truuks made to order, covered or re paired, at short notice. Give us a rail, at 51 Market street, two doors South Ot th isuato. )uue23-dly - FASsETT t CR03SMAN. : Oae cf the most Popular and Benevolent luslitntions is DOCTOR MESECK'S Ulcdical KiSensavy AND Consulting Rooms, On Deadericlt street. NASHVILX.E, TENNESSEE. THE Doetor himself is an old rFract.lirmer, f'om the old and this country, being already 15 years in America, haviug manfully and honorably sur mounted all the trials of the new wrld,aud bat tled and conqnored death oi the whole rane ol dis eases of our different climates, Sou in and North, so taat the fame of his success in the tr aVuieut of gen eral and private diseases is indisputable, far whicn he has the most reliable references. Special attention paid to diseases of Females and Children, and much gratification he feeis,in gener al, by being entrusted with desperate cases, for to illustrate his skill. He is conversant withthe Ameri can, French and German linguages, and always ready to lender nis aa vice and servKes with polite ness, conscientiousness and discretion. persins at a distance may have bis d vice and medicines by consulting him through letters, inclos ing a fee, t Post-office Box No. 3o6. His auiily Residence is ou North Market street. unel3-tf laiiOH SaiioisEaaai On the European Plan, CITY OF NEW YORK. Single Rooms 50 cents per Day City Hall Square, corner cf Frankfoit st, (Opposite City Hail.) Meals, as they may be ordered, in the siiacious Re fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at tached to the Hotel. N. B. Beware of RrxxKRs nnd Hackiiks who say weareruii. . IRi;lll, julyl8-ly 1'ropiietor, House-Keepers. Attention THE atention of the readers of the Patriot, the f .ad icR more especially, is requested bv Uessr MACKENZIE & M1NCHIN, to the excellent Relriger ators and cheap irnit Jars with which tl ey are i.ow supplying our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jaisare ad mirably adapted lor putting up a I kinds of rruits aud Berries. Ihey are durable, simple and beap, and tbe demand for them is so greiit that already nearly three hundred dor-en have be.n sold. "V2 t A FOALE SCHOOL IN EDGEFLLD. ON tlie Third of September MRS. IRWIN will open a School in tbe Ba.sement of tbe Presbyterian Church. A thorough aud liberal education may be obtained here. Latin. Greek, trench, the Higher Mathematics, Pamt toK, Crochet and Needle Work mav be taught to those w ho desire. Au accomplished lauy auu solium perfor mer has been engaged to give instruction in Music. aug21-lmd 1000 L'ozm Fruit Jars. 250 dozin 1 quart Class Jars, Screw Tap. 200 " 2 ' " " 200 " 1 " Tempest Stone Jars. 125 " 2 " " " ' 25 " 1 " Flint Glass Jars. 200 " 1 a 2 quart Tin Screw Top CaiiS. Aug21-tf For sale by J. W. WILSON. JOHNS & CUOSLEY'a Improved Gntta Ptrclui Cement Roof in. IS TBR CHEAPEST AXD MOST DI'RABIat ROOFING IS TSS. It is riRB axd WATkR PKoop. It can be applied to sew nd old itoors or all kind aud to eld sinnglo ruofs without removing the $hingUt. THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF TIN, AND IS TWICE AS DURABLE. Gttta Peeicha Coik.vt for preserving and repairing Tin aud Metal Roofs of every description. From its great elasticity, is not injured bv the con traction and expansion of metals, ai will not crack in cold nor run in warm weather. These mate.-ials have been thoroughly tested in New York aud all Darts of the southern aud western stales, and we can give abundant proof of all we claim in their favor. They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at a trilling expense. "NO HEAT IS REMUIPED." These materials are put up ready for use, and for shipping to all parts of the country, with lull printed directions lor application. Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ap plication by mail or in person, at our principal oih- CCS D AO Dill FAL WAS, OpfOlM3 -)V. .ll UHHI Cl'-IAM, N.Y., 349 FULTON St., (op;OBite City Hall) BROOK LYN. JOHNS & CROSLEY. june2-cm S4LO. MOORE'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Office IXo. 21 College street, OPPOSITE SEWANEE HOUSE. E. D. WHITE, Agent. aug!4-d6m ' Tempest's Fruit Jars w E have on hand several hundred doxen Quarts n.ir ii.imn r thM raa.'Ojcs Fruit Jars The simplest, cheapest and best ar icle yet Invented for the preservation of Fruit and Yeg. tables Tempest's Jars preservs Strawberrixs! : Tempest's Jars preserve RAsr8BRixsl Tempest's Jars preservs BLACxmcitaixs I Tempest's Jars preservs Pis P last I ; Tempest's Jars preserve Pkaches I Tempest's Jars preserve Picks I -Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces I '' Tempest' Jar" PresrTe Chsriuss 1 . T Tempest's Jars preserve Tokatoes l . We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Ston and Tin Jars of all sixes. - ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars. all sizes which we are offering at cust price, as we feel acsured that Apple Pealers. Southern Trunk Manufactory.; jil " ' -T . , "rJ 'f .VV ' L! : . ; 1-,. i. - - j.'.'. - ''j-jj - 10 doses best Turs Table apple pealers, , Aug21-tf For sale by J- w. WTXSuN. IF Y 0U WANT A HOT FIKE BURN THE ilMA COAl! .Order i Can bs left ia Box 91,. P. 0. Yard, "back of N. k C.R.R. Depot. : . ; . : JOIINB.IaAXG, . -sogJW-tf ; : .. . ; Ajent, (pmmi55ion jHrrrljantge SHEDLEY, EG1N & CO., ' Wccclvin; fc lorwartllng MERCHANTS, j ;Uwer Wharf Boat, PADUCAII, KKXTUCKV. ' A Share rf Public Patronage respectfully so 'icited. , july3-3m M. C. BRUCE, Auction & Coutniission Merchant, Coruer Cedar and Clierrv sts., . NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, RESPECTFULLY solicitsconslgnmentf ofMerchan diseof allclasres. Satisfaction riven to consign eesand purchasers as nearly as noseible. Cansirn eesof goo-Is tothis marketwill nod mv auction rooms welltHtcd up, and the goo.la will be sold without co lay and the money paid over forthwith. N.B. N'ogoods bouirhtorsoldon my ownaeeownL Charges reasonable aud liberal advances made on consignments. mar2 IV. A. JOHNSON & CO., i COTTON FACTORS, Commission Merchants, 7 ...CAROXDELE1 STREET 2"J NEW ORLEANS. Sep . s. r. xivia. B. &IRrATS)CK. Kl It K PAT HICK & CO., COMMISSION !i FORWARDlG MERCHANTS, No. 27 NATCHEZ STREET, (Between Magazine aud Camp,) NEW ORLEANS. LA. novT tl HAXlTACTUttERS' AIITICLES J. & C. "REiVKIRT, 62 Second Street, Cinciiuuti, Obi). KEEP A FULL SUPPLY OF "Manufacturers' Articles, Carding- Machines, Warp on Beam, assorted colors Machine Cards, Wire Heddles and Frames, Shuttles, Steel Seeds and Pickers, Lacing and Picker Leather, Harness Twine, Hand Cards, Tenter Hooks, Comb Plate, &c &c A--SO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Dye-stuffs, - Cochineal Cudbear. Indipo, Madder, Cntch. Log Wood. Sumac, Cam. Wood. &c, &c, &c. sep24-ly JOHN M. SECRIST, WHOLESALE DEA1JER IN ALL KINDS OF GRAIN AND PRODUCE, Cincinnati, Ohio. . Southern orders will be filled with promptness, at the lowest market price. Aug21-6u) XlaW FAlili r.oous. I860. Allison, Anderson & Co IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE PEALKRS IV FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS. AXD Ready-Had? Clothing. XO. 41, TUBUC SQUARE, Xashville, : : : : Tennessee. ITT E are now receiving and will in a few days have VV ready for exhibition and sale one of the most desirable slocks ever brought to this market. We therefore respectfully invite an examination of our slock by the trade visiting the market, before making their purchasi-, as we feel confident we can promote their uiu-rest liv giving us a cail. aug22-2m AUJSOX, ANDERSON k CO. HISTORY OF A LAW-SI iT the Clrrnlt Court or TENNESSEE, ON THK BASIS OF THE CODE BY Abraham Carutliers, . LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON, For sale in Nashville by JOHN YORK CO., 'uiiel6-tT . Xo. 33 Union street. KEEP INSURED WITH NASH & MARR, No. 25 College Street. Agent for Old and Reliable Companies. WITH AW AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL 07 $5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0. AND $ 6 0, 0 0 0 STATE BONDS WITH COMPTROLLER. aug-3-tf Down Wiii Toar Dast. IF you wish to sweep One Carpets without injuring them or r.isiug a dust, ute THE PA1ENT CAR PET I"PR. Julyl3-Cf MACKENZIE XIINCHIN. Fresli Corn Meal. vrw mnnlT i ist received tier Railroad, and i for sale by EENI. F. SHIELDS k Co. July fci, 180-tr. Jnsl EetelTed by 51. A. Parmb. k Co. Oflfl B-G Crushed Core; ----- . : JCJ 100 bags Family Meal; -Z&a bags White Ileal Corn. aprlS-tf --" Ladies9 French Dress and P&ck- : ing Trunks. . J O 11 X . VA 3l A G K ... , 4a college Street, r - DEALER IX . . Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks, HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra i.roalirNi Trunks. of the latest styles.. Bust English Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Lad ire Bon net Boxes, single, and Double Top; Valises, Hags, fcc, (or sale at very low prices. .... Jun2-Lf - . . jOLt-i iwuiAba.' Fireworks ! Fireworks ! ! i FLAGS ANlT TORCHES ! JOHN LUCE, 45 Union street, has now the best aa sortminl ia NashvUia of everything In the above line, which will be sold, wholesale and retail, as low as a good article can be bought anywhere Tlie Torches am something new, and tne best thing ever introduced for political prooossuins. . augl4-lf Tvunlkst X r units I - TTTST received a few more LADIES LARGE FRENCH O DRESS TRUNKS; Sole Leather Truck, 6tel Spring Tikllses and Rags. - , ALSO ' - - LADIES' BONNET BOXES, Tray Tops, very cheap far cash. . JOHN RAMAGE, aogW-tf 41CuilegSlr. RATES OP ADVERTISING (TBS LTJTK8 OK IK8B To COfcTHllt A SQr-AJtX.) One Square 1 day si 00 eacbad'aliasertjo. , M " " 1 week ,3 00 tachadabiquar f M " ' S." 4 60 " ' 0 " 1 month 8 00 " X 00 m 2 w f M - "; 40 . - s IS 00 ,.,. iw 6- 18 CO ' - ' f '.I M ' " IS i5 00 " ' ' ' ' ' 1 H.vrenr i it rirurnt. Ooesouare.ni eycar $30 eavkadoitionalsqiMretlO - Written notice must be jrires to take out .d stop advertiiemeetEr yearly advertisers beforetheyear expiree, other wise weaballcbarfet. 4one. Noeontractofyearlydvertifienitk. ''Sediscoa tinned without prcvioucnotice tons .norvilUny.barr be made for less than one year at he yearly rates. S-Advertisert exceeding tbas-ec contrae edforvillbeDhargedfortheazcesi w Hein-ljorli. From VTSCHKR.OWEX k CO., General Advertlsiax Rouse ,Appleton Building 46 Broadway New-York. LIGHT ! LIGHT ! L.IGIIT ! ! DIETZ& CO. . .AjrrracrtTuutsori mom lernsene, Camphene, FInid, and Oil and ; GAS FIXTURES, is vaauoc8 STTLSiAxri rrxianr CUAlDELlEttS, KIDITO aimiin CHURCHES, COLLEGFS, AND PUBLIC BUILDING -132 WllliamSt reet jiear Fulton , New-York febe tfy ' it"-' T. II. CHAMBERS' PIANO F0RTES. EMtabllalied Iu 184S. TT. II. CllAA.IIIiUS, Piano Manufacturer, (Formerly Dubois & Sttiart,and Duboh, Bacon k. Chambers,) Wareroomt In the Blble IIobe, Cor. Stli street and 4tli Avenue, NEW YORK CITT. ThisU a reliable place to purchase. Orders by letter faithfully executed, and perlect aatisfacuoa guaranteed. N. B Send for a circular, with description of styles and acoedule of prices. mar26-3m Prince Imperial Champagnes FROM EPtmr, DE VEXOCEiCo FRANCE. Sold by all respectable Dealers throughout the Country. . THIS One brand or Chamoavne, which until tbe astyear wascoi.flued exclusively to the best u- blcs of tbe C ntinent of Euroie, has now cbtalned the most unboun-Jed success and popularity In this country. It is recommended by me of the first Physicians of the city of New York, over all other wines, onaccouLtof its extreme purity and drlica cy,aud thoee wio once try it rarely use any other brand. Although only one year has elapsed slues its introduction into this coui tij.tLe di muit Is enormous, and cuiistantl iiicrea?iug. Our arrange ments are such as to ensure the quality of the Wine being maintained at its present high standard. Tho ' Prince Imperial Is imiiorted solely by us, we being tbe sole Agents of Sicssrs. Ds Vsaoes 4t Co., is this country E. V. lUUoHWOUT CO. Nos. 488, 490 and 492 Broadway, New York. Sold U Nashville by II. A E. F. CHEATHAM. Corner ol Church and College st. mar9-3md De Forest, Armstrong & Co., Dry Goods Merchants, 80 ft 82 CHAHS ST., NEW 10Ei, WOUl l nollty tho fra-le that they are opeuing Meekly, iu new and beauU.ul paiterns, THE IVA3XSCTTA PRINTS, ALSO THE AAIOSICEAG, A New Print, which excels every Print in toe coun try r priacuon of i x cuti n and dt-sin to full Uauder Colors. Our I ru.ts are cheaper tlao any in the market and mrelii g wuh exu-nrive sale. JLr" rders promptly attended to apr4-deowly ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL Broadway, New Voile.. f IT HEN cooiplfte I six years ago the St. Nichohts v V was ouiversally pronuuueed the most magnifi cent, couveniem aud tbornuahly o gamzed esiab. lisbmcntof tbe kind on this continent. What it was then it remain to-day without a r-v l ia Sixe, ia sumptuousnesr, and in the general elements ot com fort and enjoyment. Th HoU-l has aecommodatious lor 1000 gut-sis, including ICO complete amies ot apartments for families. Six hunnr-d person cam be comlurtably seated at tbe tables of its three pub lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has devUed tor the coo enience aud social grati&caUua of the travel!, g public bas been omitted in its plan, or Is neglected iu iu practical details. The early rep utation ol tbe house at borne and abroad , derived from its masnitude, its superb appointment, aad Its home-like comforts and luxuries, baa been enhanced every year by the on areiried exertion, of the proprU t ira TKEADWELL, Vt H1TCOM3 A Cu may21-Sm goffee's patent Knitting Machines, For Plain StoekLuj and Fanef! Knittinj, also . Mjehines for Knittin?, Draweri, Shirts, ten . t CF ALL SIZES. Bib Machines of 1 ft j, 2 & X, 2 ft 2 aad 3 2 Sib, OX BASO AD KaDE TO OSDKX. rrtHESE Uarbiues use tbe plain English Spring A. Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap est and most ripid machines for kuiiunx ia see. The Goiter l'atnt Fajoily Smiting Vaohioes far family and Plan-alum use, is s new sat. successful feature iu tbe uacluj ment.ocs of the age, ami ranks alio the Sewing Uacbine. - AGI1CT AXD SALatS SOOJi, K0. 577 BflOADWAT, NEW TOBJC, jnnll-twi , HENRY C I fE. A rent. Fresh Fruits all ihc Year! .-.li THE YLOMAIVS' FRUIT BOTTLE, FR UTILITY, CONVENIENCE, ECONOMY AXD SAt ETY, is ui.equalieo rr prcservine Fruits !a a frea.i ute. is any climate ,n indotinita thus. Ha, ing used toeM Boitlea, we had tl-cm exceedingly convenient and Jurt the thing watted.' JOHN J. 1 ttOat AS, ia Resiiter ot Rural Amnra. For inscriptive and pras circulars, aduress Pre pretor, at Walworth, Wayns county. New York. - HiA23-&U.A3tw T. O. i LoMaNS. ' mass mi's a Miuute , ICE CREAM FREEZERS, As Ituproved for 1859. ' WrrsSiAJtrso Isos Covnts ax Botos Tltxsb. rpHE only Freeser known which is coostrocted oa J true tcientine principles. ' -' Tbe Coeaist, txwt and mot Looaomical; requiring less Ice and les lbr th.u any oiber, beuig at th same time tbe mom durable la strscture, aud SMSt certain iaPsooM-aiions... Sole Agent for tus United Stttes. - K. lETCHAM CO., Uauuljktturers of J a paused sad Planif-hea Tiu " Wars. ubia-au . - 289 Pearl strset. Hew Terk. LYO.VS IXSECT: POWDER! F0RSALEBY" . - - fUlSS, BROWS k CO. spr21-tf Coffee! Coffee!! E are In roe ipt of a h proent ot tb ftnest Coffee ever icavl in Nashvule, which w ars offerma the traas at low fhr re. . Autfl-tf- 7 , VI7C1.T.. HOOPER k CO. . ; CODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, far September. " CODEX'S LADLES' BOOK, far September. PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, tor September. - PETERSON'S UAOaZIST, tor September. Just received, aad tor tale by . . . ( john tore ft ca, sugli-tf - - - ; ' - i-' Xs. S3 Cnioa ttras. - EBONY IDOLS. BY A LADY OF NEW . ENGLAND. Cloth, IS so Pries 11 S5. For Sal bj i;. a r- EACXJT- 0J