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HQRU'S SILVER BAUD!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND
K THE CITY, will attend to all calls for music both
at borne and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
charge. The Band is composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments. -All
calls for music, for fuxerals, pic-aics, sere
nades and jubilees, will be attended U'prompUy.
W. L. HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
kprZ7-ly 15 Sooth College Street
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
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FOR WEAKNESS .
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
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TRY IT! TRY IT!
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T70CXG VEX who are suffering from the e Sects -
X youtbfulindiscretinn can be surely and perina
sently restored by using the
. A Remedy of Great and Certain Power.
Tbiaremedy is put op in small rials, and can be
sent by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy.
Cseitfora week, aad yoa will experience a great
benefit. A circular containing toll particulars ent
(tree) on application, price, per bottle si.
One bottle willlast a month.
K B Thisremedy issaitablefor eithersez.
Address, K.CR7GER, Medic 1 Agent ,
B'.y27-tl , 47 Broadway New York
Vcssxa Citci A Sox : The Ambrosia! Cil I got of
yon had a happy effect. The Running Clcer on my
cheek bone, which had given me much pain, was
cured by a few applications. I take pleasure la re.
commending It to the public.
D. KELLEY, Baker,
jane6-l w Howard Row, Memphis.
From the Springfield Republican, Aug. 19, 159
SratSLic's Pkefaxxd Girx, the same that Van Am
burgh glued his Bon together with, is doing wonders
hereabouts. A boy up town glued his play wagon
together wwroug side up," and the glue did iu duty
so well, that the wagon had to be broken again be.
fore it could be made riKht. may 30-2 w
AC T IMf 1 Forth" INSTANT RELIEF and
O A II ill A a PERMANENT CURE of tUis dis
tressing complaint use
F E IV D T S
Made by C. B. SEYMOCR A CO., 107 NASSAU Sr., N
Y. Price tl per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS,
J Mf For pretty and cheap Dry Goods call on
Nicholson A Humphrey at No. 22 South side ol the
' Square. They are receiring daily a fine stock or both
; fancy aad Staple Goods which they are selling a lit
lie cheaper than any other house in the city.
A Card. e
r The Legislature of the State of Georg a having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro-
. bibiting the drawing of Lotteries within its Jurisdic -i
ion, after the 1st dty of June, I860, we will on that
day, remove our entire business to Wilmington, Del.
WOOD, EDDY A CO ,
" Wilmington, Delaware.
Om-npr ami Vanarrrs of the Di-l;r:ire- MiSKikuri and
Kentuckv State Lotteries.
1 AN ACT,
io repeat ail iaws,ana pans oi iaws,auuioriziDg Lot
teries in the Hate of Georgia, and for other pur
Sscnox 1. 7ke General Assembly of Georgia do enact,
I fTltat from and afU-r tbc first day of June, Eighteen
I fllundred and Six.y,all Uwsand parts of laws author-
sin Lotteries in the state or Georgia, or the vend
ng of Lottery Tickets iu said State, be an J the same
litre hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1858. mayl5-tf
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment of FULL BOSCM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of
Liuer, Vambric and Bishop Lawn. Also, a small lot
or Shirts, with fiue Embroidered Eosinns. bv
A. C: & A. B. BEECH,
Are now prepared to show their customers,
At l'o. 57 College Street,
A very large and the moct elegant stock of
rp HAT they have ever been able to offer to the Re-
1 J. tad Trade. They have a most cboice lot of
f'-SPRING AND SIMMER DRESS GOODS, elegant
tlounced Silks, flounced Berages, flounced and plain
Muslins, Grenedines plain and flounced, Grey Eng
ish Berages and Ducals for suits. Every style of
summer wear for Gentlemen. Shirts, Shirt Collars,
Lisle Thread Shirts and Drawers, Marseilles and Silk
t'estings, all colors French Cloths and CasMmers,
white and colored Linen Drillings. We nave a great
variety and some of the most beautiful Carpets ever
xhibiled in this market. Cornices, Curtains, tiooks,
.'ins and Stair Rods. Curtain De lomea, Lace and
tiualin Curtins, bleacbed and Brown Table Damask,
;very style Linen Towels and Toweling, Linen and
3otton Sheetings all widths. Marseilles Quilts and
Til Shades for Windows, Floor Oil Cloths from 3 to
IS feet wide. Canton Matting from 4 to 6 quarters
wide cheeked and white, all widths Coco Mattings,
Jooda for Wagon SneeTmgs and Tent ciotns 3 yards
wide, ail kinds heavy Cotton Goods lor negro Clotu
Dg. A. C. A A. S. BEECH.
Nashville, April 3, 180O-3m
Banner, Union A American and Franklin Review
.111a1aK1 Sl liAYTOX,
jCorner of Adams and Second streets,
HAVE recently fitted up one of the finest
K A T I N U IIOITSKS
ia tbe southern country, and serve up to
-unomers daily all the luxuries and deli
cacies of the seamn.
MEALS furnished at all hours in a style
bai cannot be surpassed. apro-tf
16 YEARS OLD.
WE have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
from North Carolina, end to be sixteen years
Id, wbicn we Deueve to De striciiy pure, and as
epresented. LELLYETr A SMITH.
A L S O
P bond, s cask of James' Hennessy Braady, (Vin
tage of 1&S3), which we tbink will puit tbe most
asUdious palate. LELLYEf T A SMI1H.
A JL S O
A LOT of choice Whusy, in store since 169, and
fx which defy compel: tion.
LiXLYETT & SMITH,
june6-lm Nos. lOand 12 Market streeL
SNTDEE & FRIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks ;
do. Sole Leather do;
do. "Cabinet" do; (a new article,)
'ent's Fiue Sole Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. Co. Values, (Asbtand and oth
er styles:) which they are oderiug at very re
nted rates. Call at No. 21 Public Square.
Ladies Shoes and Gaiters.
LADIES fine black Congress Gaiters, with heels
" " " Laca .. M .
44 brown Congress
" " "A bl'k button " "
Kid Slipiiers, with aad without heels;
ogetber with other styles of Ladies' Misses' and
1 large and superior stock of Gent'emcn's wear
Patent Leather Gaiters and Strant Snoti;
Calf Congress " and Oxford Ties;
EugCalf " " "
Lasting " " "
Tbe above good are all fresh and of the best qual
y, and which we are offering at reduced prices.
all at No. 2X Public Square.
jtwe7-tf ncao SNYDER A FRIZZELL.
Tempest's . Fruit Jars. .:
E have on hand several hundred doxen Quarts
and Half Gallon of those famous Fruit -Jars.
"be simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
r the preservation oi rail ana tegeuoies.
Tempest's Jars preserve Stsawsessus!
Tempest's Jars preserve KasrsaMua !
Tempest's Jars preserve Blacxbxkkiss I -Tempest'
Jars preserve Put Fuji !
Tempest's Jars preserve Psacssa I
j Tempest's Jars preserve Picas I
Tempest's Jars preserve Qnvcxa !
Tempest's Jars preserve Chbsaiss I
j Tempest's Jars nerve Tomato la 1
We hare a full supply o.' Arthur's Glais, (Hone and
a Jars of all s xea. ' - - .
jXS X). Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes
hica we ar cohering at cost price, as we feel assured
Tempest's Stone. Jars
jst sspere x
TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, I860.
KOCK CITY MILLS.
- RETAIL PRICES.
"R"1I" Flour in &ags S , in bair bags $
Old Hickorv do. " 4 25: " SI
Eaffle do. 3 50: " 1 60
MixedBran,perl001bs..nnedollar . - : . -:.
Corn Meal, perbufchel ,S1 00.
Delivered to ill parts of the city. . sep21-ly .
SOYESE.MS OF THE RAILROADS.
Depart ore of Passenser Trains.
Nashville AChatmsooc. 4 A.M.. 3 P. M.
TmEcniluuiu 4:15 A.M., 3:00 P.M
Lociaviua A N'asiotixx 5 :00 A . Jl. . 7 -- p. t
" ;aiU.tinEiprefs-5:00 P.M
EixiirirLD A kestcckt 0:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M
.VaHTn.uACaaTTA!fooGa 5 P. M..S A.M.
Tx-vxcsfn A Alabama 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
UHTISIIUEK iABViUK OA.31, fi:UO P.M.
" Gallatin Expref9:00 A.M
EDGETIKLD A KxvrrcKT lo A.M., 7 P. M.
-wnci to Candidates We will not insert hrrea
tcr any person's name as a candidate for office in the
f atuot, unless paid for in advance. mario-tf
8i We are authorized to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 5th Ward
at the ensuing Municipal election. june7-te
Iff We are authorized to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 6th
Ward, at the ensuing Municipal election.
iTSacred Concert at Christ's Church on
Thursday evening, at bulf-past 8 o'clock.
The City Press.
The Union At the bead of the leading
editorial column of the Union (so thorough
ly ia our patriotic pea imbued with the spirit
of the unique and comprehensive little plat
form adopted by tbe late Convention at Bal
timore, that it never traces tbe word Union
without an inclination to couple with it "the
Constitution and tbe Enforcement of tbe
Laws;" hence, if our ee teemed contemporary
will have tbe kindness to call his ably con
ducted journal The American without the Union
he will save oar pen the labor and fatigue of
so often repressing that virtuous inclination)
stands tbe name of Charles Scxxer, "the
iafamou.-lj notorious Massachusetts Senator,'
in whose cboice, says our contemporary,
"To reign U worth ambition, though in bell."
For the information of the Union, and all
others who may chance to be uninformed on
tbe subject, we must be permitted to remark
here en passant, that in adopting this terrible
sentiment as his chofce, Charles does not
precipitate himself beyond what politicians
call tbe line of safe precedents; for his great
prototype, the President of the tropical re
public named in the above-quoted line (and
we might say the author of tbe line, were it
not for lessening the number of precedents
we propose to cite) ouce, upon a memorable
occasion, remarked to a leading member of
his cabinet that one had
- "Rfer reign in he'l than serve in heaven."
And our distinguished friend Jclics Cesar,
since deceased, was accustomed to declare
tbat he would rather be tbe first mau in a
village than tbe second man in Rome; while
at the age of sixteen we had tbe honor of
placing on record, in the album of a then
very charming young lady, now perhaps the
mother of several small children, and
"Ttiechief engineer of a milliner' shop,
And the boss of n sewing machine,"
the following sentiment of a similar charac
ter, which we produce with pride and pleas-
"OXmct! love so fills my soul
With dreams of thy Heart-realm aloue,
That if 'twere fixed beneath the sea,
And I could grasp and call my own
The crown and sceptre of that realm,
I would cot abdicate the throne
For all of Ojihir's golden ores,
Nor steamboat loads of Eoh-i noors !"
Well do we remember that 'nigh on to the
shank" of May, 1856, just as we were step
ping on board tbe good steamer William
Dickton. Captain Bauou, Master ; Hkxry C.
Wood '-at the desk Charily Cotxe '-Mud
Clerk ;' Bill Benham, keeper of '-Wood
Yard," (names 6f chief cook and chamber
maid unknown), on our way to Cincinnati,
bavins: iu charge a Southern delegation to
tbe last of tbe illustrious line of harmonious
and unbroken National Democratic Conven
tions, a telegraphic dispatch announced that
Sunator Semxer we mean Senator Si mner
bad said something out of the way to Sena
tor Bcti.er, and that Congressman Brooks,
'nevy" to Senator Bctlek. knowing there
was n't any danger of getting hurt, had gone
into the Bay State Senator with a "gutter
perker" walking stick, and had let him have
it over the head like putting oat a large fire.
Well do we remember, too, that the head
turned out to be harder than the cane, end
tbat though both sustained more or less in
jury iu the conflict, the' latter got the worst
of it, and has never been of much account
since. It was feared by the Abbt Ecllets
of the North that poor Charles' head was so
badly caved in tbat it would run him '"raving
distracted ;" but they finally put him on a
ship or two and fent him to Europe, where,
f -eling safe with the Atlantic rolling between
him and Brooks' gutta percha, his rkull
gradually got over its fracture and its fear, its
old enemy having been summoned iu the
meantime from a corrupt Congress here to
stand in the presence of an uncorruptible
Senate in another world. And now Charles
ha got buck to the Senate, and we to the
point at which we set out the article in the
Union. We had no intention whatever of
straying so far from tbe subject; but hen
one gets to wandering through the beautiful
labyrinths of personal and political history,
there is no telling when or where one is going
to pull up. The Union says that after Sena,
tor Scmxer had been thrashed by Col. Brooks,
"public opinion drove him to seek refuge in
the diseased portion of European society."
Such was not the case. in a Pickwickian
sense, of course ; for we simply mean to say
that our contemporary is honestly mistaken.
Charles was proud of tbat public opinion,
and went U Europe simply to keep from being
nursed to death by the idiotic old women of
Massachusetts. If it had been tbe young
girls who wanted to plaster up his broken
head and lull it to repose upon their palpita
ting bosoms, in justice to him we must say
that he would continually have
"Torn bis gaping wounds alresh,"
and would have been there yet. " But the ten
der care and solicitude of all the aged females
of the country were a different sort of thing,
and he left. lie made another speech in the
Senate the other day, giving slavery and its
upholders particular thunder, and the Union
is tempted to think that it is its "duty to pub
lish tbe speech that the people of the South
may fully know the sentiment that is enter
tained and expressed by a portion of the peo
ple of the Free States." If we have not
placed too high an estimate upon the intelli
gence of the people of the South, they al
ready know full well the character of those
sentiments, and there Is nothing in any code
or creed to which we subscribe that makes it
the doty of a Southern journalist to pour in
to the bosom of oar peculiar institution senti
ments which carry even in their utterance
here the vital embryo of a pril to that in
stitution, and tbe bare suspicion of which in
the bosom of a Northern man on this side of
Mason ct Dixon's Line sometimes creates
an immediate demand for tar and feathers. In
all seriousness, we tbink our respected friend
of the Union U mistaken as to the duty of the
Southern press in tbia one thing though be
does not eay it ' u bis duty to publish such
sentiments, but that be isn't sure it is tut his
duty to do bo. The republication at tbe
South of tbe run-mad ranting of Northern
fanaticism, and the bitter but idle denuncia
tions poured out npon such poor fools aj Wen
dell Phillips, Llotd Garrison, Theodore
Parker, et id omne genu, have been among the
chief instruments or agencies which have
transformed tbe sentiment of a contemptible
and puerile faction into a Herculean monster
at the" stamping of whose foot the South al
ready begins to tremble. The cane of Pres
ton S. Brooks, when it branded tbe seal of
Southern opposition to "free speech" by the
North, upon the brow of Cuarlks Scmxer,
accomplished more for the cause of Aboli-
tioni.-m than Scxxer himself could have
acLk-ved in a life-time. If we wish to sub
due the conflagration which threatens the de
struction of our dwelling, we- must not de
luge it wish rAl, nor attempt to smother it
with gun-powder. Let the howls of Aboli
tionism swell at the North until they startle
high heaven, if they will ; but let them find
no echo among tbe Southern hills. Close up
your doors and windows, and the storm sweeps
harmlessly by ; throw them open in defiance
of its fury and iU strength, and you are
ready to enter into a fresh contract with Ihe
carpenter. But we have not tbe space to
dwell further upon the subject, and we aban
don it with the hope that our Democratic
friends will take a serious look into it.
The Banner. The Banner ventures to ex
press the opinion that the Union is too late in
its attempU to defend tbe Administration
against the dread ravages of the Covode
Committee. Yes, it is to late. . There never
was a time since the up-springing of that
Committee when it was not too late. It is
immeasurably too late now. Tbe tide of the
conflict, dark in its fury and terrible iu its
strength, long since turned against the Ad
ministration and its grand army, whose of
ficial term is but a foraging -expedition
through the vaults of the Treasury, and their
overthrow must come, let who will rush in to
the rescue. As the waves, upon the sea
'Rolled not back when Canute gave command,"
so will this tide on testimony in revelation of
the corrupt practices of ihe Administration
continue to sweep onward, though tbe lofti
est God on Olympus should put forth his
sceptred hand and cry out, "Hold! enough!"
and it will continue to spread, too, through
every Departmeut where corruption has
found a lodgment, -
- " Even as a blessed name
Deepens and broadens ou tbe measureless disk of
fame.' - ' -
It is too late. Tbe Administration, writhing
upon a bed of steel, with an iron crown upon
its brow, feels that it is so.
The Gazette. '-The Abolitionists" are the
subject of tbe longest editorial article in the
Gaxttie, tbe Niagara and the Japanese the
subject of the shortest. We have already
said too much about the Abolitionists. About
the Japanese it is unnecessary to say .any
thing, harinz nothing whatever to say. A
poetical correspondent of the Gazette advices
the readers of that paper to "swallow tbe
world." We, for one, might feel disposed to
take his very reasonable advice, were it not
for the fitct that in swallowing the world,
we should be compelled to swallow bis po
etry with it. - -
Tennessee Bonds. The largest Eale of
Tennessee Bonds that we remember to have
seen at the New York Stock Exchange, took
place on tne tn insi. amounting
th mst. amounting to over
$130.000 as follows.- 118.000, at 92J 1000,
21 13.000, at 92 which was an advauce
of J to j.
The Chinese Hat. Our friend A.J. Fkan-
cico,on the Public Square, who ia never be
hind his contemporaries iu bringing out all
the novelties in his line, bos just imported
from tbe Celestial Empire a lot of Chinese
hats, the most unique and comfortable thing
of the kind we have ever seen. We can de
scribe neither the make nor the material,
both of which are entirely new. The chief
merits of these hats are their lightness and
ventilation. They are so constructed that
merely a narrow band touches the head of
the wearer, leaving the greater part of the
head in fact all of it free to be visited by
tbe breeze. This is certaiuly a very desira
ble improvement, and the Chinese hat mast
ere long become the favorite, especially in
Cold Ale. When the weather is very
warm a glass of ice-cold ale is not a disa
greeable thing to take, aud will do the taker
much more good than harm. Such ale ale
cold enough to satisfy an Icelander, and
pure enough to please anybody can be had
at the "Imperial" on Deaderick street. Try
June 11 Minnetonka, Paducab,
C. . Hillman. St. Louis,
. Tempest, Louisville.
Red Rover, New Orleans.
River falling with 8 feet water on Harpeth
At a regular monthly meeting of Pioneer
Hook and Ladder Company, N. 1, held at
the Hall on Monday Evening, Jane 4, 1860,
tbe following Preamble and Resolutions were
Whereas. On tbe occasion of tbe late
Parade tbe Company was the recipient of nu
merous courtesides at the hands of their fel
low citizens, and being impressed with a
grateful sense of the same:
Rfsolred, Tbat we tender our heartfelt
thanks to Messrs. Gardner & Co.. for their
generous appreciation of tbe services ren
dered by the Company, and tor the honor
conferred upon one of our members in se
lecting him as the r.-cipient ot their hand
some testimonial. Impressed with a due
sense of tbe same, we tender them our best
wishes, trusting their business and social re
lations through life may be as presperous
and happy as their eminently good qualities
entitle them to.
Resolved, That our grateful acknowledge
ments be. and they are hereby tendered to
Mrs. Win. H. Fuller for the beautiful, tasty,
and appropriate manner in which the
dresses and decorations of the young ladies
who graced our canopy, were gotten up, pnd
we felt it a Company's pride in acknowledg
ing it tbe labor ol your own fair hands and la
our hearts we wished tbat you and yours
might glide smoothly and gently down the
stream of life without one ripple on the sur
face to mar tbe even tenor ot your way.
Resolved, That we tender our tbanka to the
parents of the young ladies and gentlemen
whose presence contributed so much to the
appearance of our apparatus, and assure them
their kindness is inefloceably impressed upon
the memory of the Company. -
Resolved, That our thanks are due to Mr.
Henry Edmundson for the basket of beauti
ful flowers presented to as on tbe morning of
Resolved, That we acknowledge our indebt
edness to Miss Columbia Collet for the beau
tiful boqnets used in tbe decoration of the
Truck, and for the use of tbe members.
BttMved, That w return oar thank to Dr.
J. W. Morton for his kindness in granting as
the use of his Eagle .on that day. - . .
- Resolved, Tbat to the Horn Silver Band we
are under many obligations for spirited aad
soul-stirring music - with which they favored
us on that occasion..
- Resolved, That for tbe many kindly notices
of the Daily Press, aad other courtesies re
ceived at their hands, we cherish a grateful
II. W. Buttorf, 1
Geo. W. Glenn, - - - -
R. R, Boswick, Com. on Resolutions.
B. A. Phillips,
W. U. Funston, Chairman.
A; Situation Wanted,
By a Young Man, who writes a plain and rapid
hand, aad ia a good accountant ; has ezpeiieoce
as Traveling Agent. No objections to go to any part
of the Culled Sutes. Reference from last employ
ers. Please address EMPLOYMENT, Patriot OBcs.
manifest of Steamer Jm. Jountoa.
The steamer James Johnson will be in port to-day.
The following is a list of her consignors: John O.
Eirisg, Secretary, 1153 bars Railroad ron; Burge A
Swans : Lanier. Phillips A Co.; ?. A W. F. Orr; S. A.
G. Noel A Co.; Hillmaa Bros. ; A. H. Roscoe A Co.;
Mizeil, Hooper A Co.; M. Watson; Maoey A Hamil
ton; J. G. Fisber A Co. ; Jas. Johnson A Co.; Abdrew
Jixx 9. Passed Memphis at 12 o'clock to-day,
with 600 tons freight.
June 12, I860.- - Met). NOLEN, Clerk.
-- A.ixtngton Baces.
Finn Day, Friday, June 8. Citizens.
stake tor two year olds: two mile beats.
$100 entrance; $50 foifeit; $2. declaration,
to be made and paid on or before tbe
second Monday in March, 18G0; to name and
close on the firet day of January, 18C0;
the Association to give tbe winner silver
plate to the value of $100; ten or more nom
inations to make a race.
A. Kcene Richards' b. f. Bettio Ward, by
Lexiuctoii. dam by Whalebone I I
W.S.Buford'scb. t. by Vandal, duui by
imp. Margrave .......... , 2-3
J. L. Bradley ASou'scli.C by Lexington. -
dam Mary Lewis, br imp. Ainderby.... - - 3 2
Harper & Wood's ch. f. Belle Brandon, by
Huirh l lreocii. dain Belle, bv frank.
outof Piravune 4 4
R. A. Alexander's ch. f. by Lexington,
dam Kitty Clark, by Gleneoe Sals
F. G Murphy's b. f. Altono. by Vincent
Nolle dam Tranbraua. bv Traubr ...... lis
Time 3 :43 3 29.
Sixth Dat, Saturday, June 9. The races
coucladed baturday, after a week ot extra
ordinarily fine sport. We subjoin a summary
of tbe last days meeting:
Sixth day Saturday, June 9. Purse $000. for al
ageE lli roe mile beats:
1. Viley A Ward enters b. h. Coodwood,
4 vear old. bv Lexini:toti. dam Ever- --
green, by Gleneoe 1 1
2. R- A. Alexander enters ch. f, I.illa, 4
year oil, by Yorkshiro. dam Victoria.
Margrave. 4 2
3. J. P. JobBSon cuter3 Jno. Campbell's
ch. b. Joe f toner, 4 year old, by Wag
ner, dam by Gleneoe, 3 3
4. J. M. Clay enters br. c. Aunt.:rlitz, 4 jr. o.
byYoksbire, dam Topaz, by Gleneoe.. 2 d
5. A. K. Richards enters b. c. CoIossuh, 4
-year old, by Sovereien, dam sister to
Pryor, by Gleneoe,.. dis.
Time 5:38 531',
IV. D. CROSS,
ATTORNEY AT JL.AW,
Has removed his Office from No. 21 Dcader-
ick street to No. 40 Cherry street, lately ihe
News office. . boac june7-3t
Hardware ;t tost.
TTE have on hand a heavy slock of Hardware,
tb9 greatest portion of which
tbis spring, which we are
Desirous of Reducing1,
And will, for cash, sell at cost. Merchants, Mechan
ics, Builders, taruiere and others, will please call and
examine at McCALL A CO. 'S,
junc5-tf Kirk man A Ellis' Old Stand. .
Money Hard to Collect.
By reason of which we are offering our
large stock of CLOTI1ING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, very cheap for Cash, or to
prompt paying customers on time.
WARD, BERMINGIIAM & CO.
Reynold's lVew Work.
The Countess and the Page, by G. W. M. Reynolds.
author of Mysterieis of London, Ac, Ac.
Just received by JOHN YORK A CO.
SALE OF STOCK.
On Thursday, the 13th of Jane licit,
I" WILL Bell at public auction at Woodburn Farm,
Forty Head of Youu;
Bulls and Heifers.
I propose also to offer for sale tbe Imported Bulls
Sirius, Kl Hakim &Fantichini,
49Cataloiruc8 containing list of stock and terms
of sale ray be bad on application to Mr. P. Swieert.
or uic Buuscriuer
junez-td K alTCnESON ALEXANDER.
DEALER IN SHOES, is in receipt of
Boys' Calf Sewed Oxfords: : ,
.Boys' Cair Pegged do;
Patent Leather Press Shoes: -"
Cong rem Gaiters;
" Calf Congress Gaiters ;
Lasting Congress Gaiters;
" Cair Pump Sole Gaiters;
Calf Tie Shoes, &c.,&c;
" Toilet Slippers;
ALSO, Youth's Boots, shoes and Gaiters of every
description ,and at low prices.
maj'26-tf 42 College street.
X li W UOOkS
Just received by Express and for sale by F. HAG AN.
Letters of Alexander Yon Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translated from tbe two German editions by
El Puridas, by the author of Lamplighter.
Rutledge a Novel.
Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott.
Dow Short, Patent Sermons by Tow, Jr., complete
series. ' '
Just received and for sale by ...
Juno2-tf 41 College'st.
IWUiar lis! miWarusV
r HAVE for sale some first class JENNY LIND TA.
JL BLEd.witb patent I'helan Combination, Cushions,
uaroin oeus, uaus, uues, and an tne nxtures. -Any
one desirous of purchasiUK sue or more Ta
bles will do well to call and see them, as they will
be sold at a very great sacridce.
1 can be round at my Book-Bindery, No. 19 Pcad-
encir street. JOHN c. r uin. Aeent.
. For Kent or Lease.
T WILL rout or lease my place near tbe Morfrees-
Jl noro' Pike two miles from the city for the present
year, or with tbe privilege or live years. Tbcre is
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Eitchen and good
sxaDieE. ana a apieuuia wen oi excellent water. I
There are twelve acres of superior land suitable for I
raisin aU kinds of marketing.
- reo;M-ir .
If Ihe Grare Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of tbe children
born die before tbey are ttve years old. Give
no strong medicines to children, but at once resort
to the Graefenberg
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 consti
ttious, dyspeptic habits, billions disorders derange
jnl of the stomach and bowels. Every tamily
ould U3e them at the present change of the season.
prl4-tr MACKENZIE & KINCHIN
AT this New Saloon on Market street, near Union
will be regularly set every morning atll o'clock
and every evening at 9 o'clock jan20-tf
. 11 E M O V A I.
30UK OlK & CO.
HAVE removed their Book-Bindery . ri
and Blank-Book Manufactory to X
the Baptist Publishing House, next t,'
boas, below Douglas Co.. north smssm
Market street.No. 69, 2d door from the Square and
will be glad to sea all (heir old customers and invite
new ones tbat want work ia our line. We are pre
pared to make Blank Books in the best manner and
after any given pattern. Particular attention will be
paid to the Biudiug of Periodicals aad old Books
Our prices are as low as the lowest. The ttyleof
work can be seen at the Bindery or Store on Union
street. Books left at either place will receive im
mediate attention. febll-insdtf
Tennessee &-Alabama Railroad
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
- TIME TABLED
Commencing Sunday, Jane 3d, 1860.
PABSKNGER TRAINS." ''
Leave Nashville at.
Arrive at Nashville at....
4-15 a. x. and 3 r. M.
10 a. u. and 6 p.m.
Leave Nashvitfe at....
Arrive at Naville at.
THE Morning Train going South connects with
Memphis and Charleston Railroad at Decatur
Tbe Evening Train going South connects at Colum
bia with Train to Mount Pleasant and Pulaski.
Ths Evnmg Train going North makes close con
nection at NashvlUe with Louisville and Nashville
Railroad from and after Monday, May Tth. to Louis
ville and all Eastern cities. Sut one train oa Sua
- W.Q'N. PERSONS
Jiafrt-tr Superintendent. .
New York, Jane 1L Tbe steamer North
Briton has arrived at Farther Point with Liv
erpool dates of May 31st.
. Cotton sales of 3 days 13,000 bale, of which
speculators and exporters took 3.600.
: Ihe market is very dull. Lower Quota
tions declined, and prices tery irregular.
Jiancaester advices, favorable. 1 be market
firm, but the holiday produced quietuevs.
Breadstuff's dull; ' provisions quiet; Consols
95Ja95 j. . , . .
L.o.vooxDERBr. Thsrsdav. Cotton sales at
Liverpool to-day 16.000 bales, of bicb spec
ulators ana exporters took 4.000 bales: bread
stuffs qniet but steady: provisions dull: Con
The steamer Teutouia arrived at Queens-
town on the 28th. with her machinery dam
The steamers Cilv of -Washine'tou and Bo-
nemain arrived thereon the 31st. , r ;
London-. Breadstaffs firm and steady; su
gar quiet; coffee steady; Linseed oil 28s 3da
COS IM1. -
Italy despatches reassert " that Garibaldi
defeated the Royol troops and entered Paler
mo, out it s not confi-med.
. i tie i arts Patrie rays the insurrectionists
are organizing, so tbat the fall of Pulermo
is only a question of time.
Uanbaldi declares tbatSicilv will be an
nexed to Italy as soon as the Insurgents take
The Neapolitan dispatches claim the defeat
oi ana night ot the Insurgents.
ine frartiiuian Chambers have aDDroved
the cession of Savoy.
ine uninese have accebed to the terms de
manded by the English and French, payiiisr
eqpenses and opening their ports and rivers
to navigation iree.
A L-binese official warns the Americans
against kidoappiug coolies.
L.ate dispatches favor Garibaldi.
Ihe insurgents still occunv Palermo
An official Neapolitan dispatch of the 2(Uh
says tbe insurgents were driven from their
position at Sarco, with great loss. One col
umn is in pursuit tn the direction of Nian.
alessina is tranquil but ready for au out
break if Garibaldi enters Pulermo, of which
there is but little doubt.
Garibaldi's force has swelled from 15.000
An intercepted dispatch from the General
of the Royal forces says there were 2,300
killed and wounded out of 5000 troops. A
Sicilian dispatch says bands are leaving Gar-
iHolrli'o flv-rwtn.. tcrk hn.. n 7 1 - 1 .
at Piauo, aud the insurgent ure iu full flight,
pursueu oeyonu uorieone
Ihe Provinces are tranquil.
The levolutiouisls are dii-couraged.
XtAPLES. Xnc"Loman Zeltung'' says tbat I
V. .. . . : t 11- .... I
the bauds ot Lranbaldt are totally routed,
and that Garibulidi is endeavoring to embark.
The Rebels accuse each other of treachery.
Dei-patches are very contradictory.
China letters say that the Chinese renlv to
the Allies is unsatisfactory. Hostilities are
The silk districts are still disturbed.
Several dispatches say Garibaldi entered
Palermo on the 26th, but they are considered
u ii rename.
Paris Corn active: Wheat has an advanc
it is reported that France and Russia have
agreed to the partition of Turkey, a share
to go to England If acceptable.
Washington, June 11. Senate Wilson
offered a resolution changing the adjourn
ment from tbe 18th to the 28th. Tbe report
of the Printing Investigation Committee was
florsK. Hatton. from the Committee on
Navy Expenditures, reported back the reso
lutions which were referred to the Committee
in February, recommending their passage.
Discussed and postponed till Wednesday.
The Post Office Appropriation Bill was tak
the Pacific Railroad Committee met ane
determined to report a bill embracing thd
Central and Southern routes.
Senate. The Civil Appropriation bill was
Bouse. The amendment reducing the
compensation of a certain class of Postmas
ters was rejected. Several other amend
ments were adopted. The Post Office Ap
propriation bill then passed.
Ibe fortification Bui passed as originally
The Committee of Conference on the Home
stead Bill could not agree aud another com
mittee was asked for.
Secretary Floyd has summoned General
Harney to arrange an extensively campaign
against the Indians, the Government being
satisfied that a war is inevitable at an ex
pense of many millions.
Arrival of the Overland Jll all.
Springfield, Mo., June 11. The Califor
nia Overlaad Mail has arrived.
Prince Goitaro the head of tbe Japanese
Government has been assassinnated. Two
of the assassins were Princes of high rank.
who with thirty others, have been behaded.
lfje new Dynasty are opposed to foreign
commerce, but they are likely to be over
thrown by an insurrection. Prince Melo
heads it. The Consuls advise loreigners to
New York, June 11. The steamer Arago
arrived to-day. Her dates are anticipated.
Richmond, June 11 The Democratic Con
vention will probably close to-morrow and
await tbe action of the Baltimore Conven
Loclsville, June 11. The river is rising.
with 6 hVet water in tbe Caual.
New Orleans, June 11. Cotton sales to
day 1400 bales, prices irregular, middling
llalll. Sugar steady 7Ia8. . Flour very
dull, 5 50a5 75. Lard in bbls.. advanced J,
12. freights and exchange unchanged. -
New York, June 11. Cotton dull; up
land middling 11; Flour, Bales to-day 13,750
bbls.. at 5 15a5 20; Corn firm, advanced one
cent, sales to-day 58 000 bushels at 62Ja77;
M"8 rort nrm, sales uuu bbls., at 18 37a
18 50; Lard, sales 200 bbls. at 11411.
Cincinnati, June 11. Flour irregular and
unchanged; whisky sales to-day 800 bbls.
174; lard lllalli; coffee firm; sugar sales
260 bhds. 8Jatf; molasses 41a45; . oats buoy
m n y-m .
IV1 flfl P.I PT fit HflSninriS
AND DEALER IN
HITS, CAPS AND LADIES' FURS
No. 23 Public Square.
The Ventilator Hat.
ANEW style of soft Hat just introduced, got up
very ligbt for the, hot weather, at the Faafaioua
ble Hat Emporium of
maytMf No. 23. Public Square.
Straw Goods. '
CONSISTING of alt the latest styles for Men and
Boys, to which we Invite the attention of all.
apr7-tr . No. 23 Public Square.
Chapeau : Gaarabaldi
AKEW style of Soft Hat, of entirely new desiga,
Just received by express.
A.J. FRANCISCO, t
may9 - No. 33 Public Square, Nashville, Tennf '
ANEW style, direct importation from Canton, got
up exprenly for the hot weather, at the Fash
ionable Hat Emporium of . FRAN'risco'd,
may!5-tf. No. 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Goods '
CONSISTING of all the, latest styles for Boys,
Children, Infants and little Misses, to which tbe
attention of the ladies is particularly requested. .
- - A.J.FRANCISCO,
Hatteraod Farrier, No. 23 Public Square. Nash vUl
IS sold on six moorbs' time, fully warranted.
No ,2A, College street, opposite Sewanee House.
Old - Point Comfort, Virginia.
THIS favorite Summer resort, celebrated for Hs
One sea bathing, refresbirg tea breeses aad
abuodaacs ef fixe fish, o? liters and crabs, will be
ready for the reception of guests en the ttrs of Jane
with the recent improvements, thorough renovation
and painting ths establishment will presentadditlonal
iaducemMW to persons seesinr a delichtf nl Kom mar
residence, and with the strict eat attention to buxiaess
and attenase assistants, we hops to merit a loll
soar ei uie puUc patroaag ,
mayli-dtfriwlfl - C. C. W1LLA.RD,
DR. ! J. H. - MCLEAN'S
Str engt hening Cordial and
Blood Purifier! C
The Greatest Remedy in the World, and the
a delicious and dclightfal Coi-.
- dial ever takes. . r I .
It is strictly a sri
entilic and Veget
a b I e Compound,
procured b y the
lltillaiion of Roots
XiHerbs and Bark
Yellow focW, BlooJ
Root, Black Root.
Sarsapanlla, . Wild
Cherry Bark and
Itendelion enters in
to its compasitioa.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly e x
tracted by my new
method of distilling.
V . I ...... - , rAiiira.Nug " M Q
spiiit, and the most Infallible r-medy for renovating
the diseased rystem. and restoring the eick.suflerinir
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Streugth.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia Jstmi
Chronic or Nervous Nebility, Piseases of the Kidneys,
and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver er
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acid
iiy or BicKness oi ine Momacn, fuunessoi Blood to
the Head , Dull Pain or Swimming in the Head, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Choking or Suffocating
Feeling when lying down. Dryness or Yellowness of
the Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers,
Pain iu the Small of the Back. Chest or Side, Sudden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, FnghUul
Dreams. Languor. Iiesitondency. or any- Nervous
Disease, Sores or Blotrbes. on the Skio.aod Fever
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Miliou of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction.
Who, then, will srTer from Weakness or Debilitv
rnhen MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will
cure you? . . : : . .-'
ft o language can convey an adequate idea of tbc
immediate aud a 'most miraculous change produced
oy taking tbis Cordial in tbc diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored lb its
pristine health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause;
win una Aiciean-s sirenetneniug cordial a tiiorougb
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will find
in tbe Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
TO THE LADIES,
McLean's Streusiuenins Cordial
. Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or In voluntary I iscluirge thereof, Falluig of
. I. II" L ' . J : . . T ..... . J .ii i . : -
.be Womb, Giddiness, Faintuig, and all Diseases inci
dent lo Females,- '
Theie Is no Mistake About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate you and
cause tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction. .
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted. Mc
Lean's Cordial will make ttiera healthy, lat nd ro
bust. Delay not a moment, try it and you will be
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of DrugKists or Dealers who
may try to palm npon you some Bitter, or Sarsapa
nlla tratdi, which tbey can buy cheap, by saying it is
just as good. Avoid such men. Ask for Mclean's
lreugtbeniug Cordial, aud take nothing else. It is
tue only remedy tbat will purify tbe Blood thor
oughly, and at the same time strengthen Ihe system.
Clue LiblesMouful lakeu every morning fastitiit, is
a certain preventive for Cl'olcra, Chilu? and Fever,
Yellow lever, or any prevalent insease it is put up
in large b-itiles.
1 rice only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5.
J. H. Mr I. KAN .
8ole Proprietor of this Cordial. - Also, McLean's Vol
came Oil Liuunent.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third aud Pine
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold l.y W. W. BERRY & DEMOYILLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of Union and College Streets.
THIS establishment, the most extensive in the
. Southwest. still continues to be the resort ol
the fashion and beauty of our country , which fully
endorsesthesentlments of thousauds, thati t it Ibe
great EMPORIUM for
Atthishousea pictures are warranted to pleaeeor
no -.barge win oe mane.
' We oi;!dospecially invitethecommnoityand our
friends in general to visitour great Hallof Portrai
ture, wbere pictures ot tne moat celebrated states
men and Divines can be8eou, viz: His Excellency
President Buchauan .the Vu-e President, His Excel
lency Gov. Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V
Brown,JA MoEweu, Epb. II Foster, and a thous
and otliei.iifoelel rity Bishops Pierce, Kavuuaugb,
Early , Payne ,Bascoin ,soule , Andre ws, and Ke v .l)r
Edgar, ic. , fcc.
Copiesnf theabovecan be had at alow price at
auy time. aprix-tr.
It. T. FLEM1N G,
11 O 11 S K,. S I G
62 Union Street, NASHVILLE, .r
(BetweenCherry and Summer Streets.)
a-OrJersfroin the coo u try promptly attendedl
May 27 tf -
WANT TO HIRE.
FOR the balance of tbe year, a servant to do the
cooking and washing for a small family. Ap
ply ai this office.
JU3T received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cages o(
all styles, colors and prices, some as handsomi
as ever brought to this market. For sale low by
febs-tf J. w. wnaON.
RUSH ELS New York Mercer Potatoes, good
for eating or planting, just received aud lot
No 14 South Market St.
. m .2 to
a B a
I S s
2 & "35
m 2 w C"
HAVING bees appointed sole Agents for the sale
sale o tbe above celebrated Mineral Water in
.1.1. -ii will h. v.nmil to innnl. lh
MAW MKJ , M . . . w '"J " .
seeding it, with it fresh from the well.
Below will be round toe opinions or some ot tne
Physicians ftf Louisville, as to Its merits. -
JIM. . m M
43, College Street, Nashville.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS?
We tbe undersigned, havo bad occasion to pre
scribe and watch tne nse of tbe Artesian Water, in s
variety of diseases, and we have so hesitation in de
claring it to be our ODtnion'tbat it is an exceedingly
Tuuxun mmruj iu unoj caimic yiwrwrn. uvb
ia which :ts nse has been attended with the most
marked benefit thus far are, chronic rheumatism ,
cutaneous affections, and some of tbe chronic ctsor
ders of tne digestive system.
The known chemical elements found in tbe water
of such s nature, and they exist in such sutes of
combination, that we have no doubt it wilt be
foead in s mors extended experience, in its effects to
have as wide a range of applcability in the cars of
diseases as any mineral water known.
it. GOLDSMITH, M. P., Prof, of Surgery in Ky.
School of Medicine. -.
V E. EWIN'G, M. D. -
W. A. HUNDLEY, M D.,Snpt.f Louisville Marine
Huepital. , ;
. T. J.GRIFF1N. M. D. .
JOS. W. PUTNAM , M. D., Sunt. Louisville alms
- House. -"
J. W. KNIGHT, K. D. ' : . '
spr27-2m - SAO .. -
Large Sale of Marbles for Cash.
IWTLL sell on SATURDAY, the 30th lost., for Cass ,
at the Warehouse of A. Oamilton, 601 Peices Mar
ble, consisting of
led Head Stones; "
' ' - 300 Foot do; " : '
, ' -' . IS Marble Chunks; '
ft Tomb Tablets.
8a to take place at It o'clock A. It. The above
ales is mad to pay freight and charges.
JNO. H. HARRIS, Agent,
Jone2-td For Steamer Gienwood
to v .
THE " HOWE $60 i
Or, mother's Relief.
- FOR THE CUKE OF
DISEASED KIDNEYS, URETERS,
OR STONE IN THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, DIA
BETES, INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
CHRONIC GONORRHOEA, SYMPATHETIC COMPLAINTS
ATTENDANT ON PREGNANCY AND LABOR, WEAK-
NESS OF THE LOINS, PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND
IN FACT ALL DISEASES OF THE
In presenting the merits of this in
valuable medicine again to the public,
after a trial of more than twenty years,
as a certain, safe7 and speedy cure of
most of the chronic diseases of the
urinary organs, the proprietor feels
fully prepared to present such an array
of facts, of the most indubitable kind,
from persons living in his oxen imme
diate nsighborhoodj and his oicn county,
as well as elsewhere, and such an array
of evidence as he confidently believes
has never before been presented to the
public in favor of any other medicine,
patented or not, right at the place where
it started, and enough to satisfy 5vcn
the most fastidious and incredulous,
and leave them without- the shadow of
a doubt of the certain efficacy of the
LITHONTRIPTIC in the cure
of Calculi, or Stone in the
Bladder and Kidneys, Gra
vel Deposits, Inflammation
of the Kidneys and Bladder,
Chronic Gonorrhoea, Weak
ness of the Loin, Prolapsus
TJteri, Sympathetic Complaints at
tendant on Pregnancy, &c, &c. ;
and in time cf Labor tbe Lithon
triptic has no equal on record, as can
be proved by many Certificates.
Amoug those testifying to its efficacy
may be mentioned, in his own neigh
borhood and connty, the Physicians,
the Clergy, Clerks of the Circuit
and County Courts, Members of
the Legislature, the Grand Jury
of his own county, Faumers, Mem
bers of Congress from his own
district, Sec, &c. an array of testi
mony sufficient to leave all persons la
boring under auy of the above-mentioned
diseases perfectly without any
excus for not obtaining the Lithon
triptic and being healed, but downright
obstinacy or tbc most inveterate anti
pathy against any secret remedy. I
will say, in the language of Holy Writ,
If you do not believe the testimony
PREPARE!) ONLY BY W. F. GRAY, NASHVILLE. TENN.
JFor Bale by all the Druggists in Nashville, and by Druggists generally throughout
the country.-6m dec5-dtriwwlawif
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen, of high medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following comDlainh, viz. : ..--
DEBILITY, NUtVOTJS AFFECTIOiiS, EMA
CIATION, dyspepsia. Diarrhea, constl
p4ti0n. jcboftjxa, salt rheum, scurvy,
Jaundice, liver complaints rheuma
tism. MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
MTTTENT FEVERS. NEURALGIA. CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE .WEAXJTESS. MIS
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN. eU.
The r&OX beis? absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating- through the whole rvstem, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
The exuerienc of thousand! daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it . Impurities of do blood, de
pression of vital energy, palo and otherwise
sicklv complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of f
female debility tnuor aiDUS, cniorssis, etc;, its
effects are delightfully renovating. N remedy
has ever been discovemd, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tnlly restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength.
wit an tin usual disposition lor acuve ana
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute. -
Pat up In neat ftat metal boxes containing
SO ptUa. price 60 ents per boa t sx boxea,
S3 60 1 boun boxes. S OO. For sale by
Dras4lsts KeneraOly. Will be sent free to
any address on receipt of the price. All lest
ten, orders, etc., should be addressed to
R. B. LOCKE & CO., .
339 BROADWAY, FT V.
2V. B The abov-o Is a CaenslmUe or lbs
tabi.1 on eac h box.
Corona, Colds BoaKSKKsas s
Iynxcvza, IsnmTio, Sorcxess or
any auection or me l broat tuiu.u,
be HaceixoCocch is Cojcscsrnox,
Bhokrhitis, Wsoonso Coves, Auth
ma, Cahtassh, 8EMEVEP by
BROWN'S ntWN'CHIAL T ROC LIES,
or Cocoa Loskxgbs.
' A simple and elegant eoutlnatumfBTCocam,tn
Dr. G. F. Bicklow, Bomoo.
"1 rtcemmend their use to Pcbuo SnussKS."
Rev. E. H. Csarts, New York
Mottsalulary relief ia BaoscHma.'
Rev. 8. SoorxiKD, Morristowo , Oh io .
Beneficial taken compelled to tpeak, suffering fnm
Colb." Rev. S. J. P. AsDrasoa.ot. Louis.
Effectual in removing Haarttnoss and Irritation .
Ikroat, so common wiik Srxiiraa rnd Sihgirs."
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, LaGraore. G, .
Teacher of Mane, Southern Female O-Uegs
"Great benefit umen taken before and after prfcicA-
ing, as tktf pretest Hoarseness. From tkeir past effect
Itkink then will be of permanent advantage to m.'' .
9 . . ' MT. E. KOVUT,A.S.,
' President Athens College, Ten a
. Bold by all Drneeists, al 23 cents per box.
AIso,Bbovs's Laxativs Taocsas.CdkarfM; Loten-
fe. for ihfspepna , indigestion , Ca usi ipation , Utad-a
bxLutus Jfectvms, dc. - -
no-2.1-ilwfcwftm - ...
Xo Time to Wait for tbe Doctor!
ABOUT tbese times all children will eat green fro it.
At toy moment of day or night, tbe? are liable
to be attacked by CUolera Morbus, Dysentery or Di
arrheal. No time tben to send for tbe doctor. ' Tbe
Grxfenberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al
u-h caaea. Ko familr ourht to be without it in the
bonxe. In promptness has saved thousands f f val-i-able
Uves In Tennessee in the past few years. Only
60 cents a bottle enough for a whole Umily for s
wbole season. A freeb M Just received.
msyU-tf MACKEKUK MINCHIS.
v - --
53 College Street. -
AND BLADDER; CURING CALCULI,
that I shall adduce, neither would yoa
believe though one arose' from the dead'
and told you of the great efficacy of the
The Faculty and the public may b
surprised to hear of a remedy that will
certainly dissolve Calculi, or Stone ift
the Bladder, and cause it to pass off
with the urine, and permanently care
almost all the chronic diseases of the
Urinary Organs, . those heretofore in
curable diseases. But the proprietor
is certain that at last he has found out
this great desideratum in. Medicine, a
certain and safe cure for these disease.
And all he wants,' wishes, or desires, is
for the Faculty and the afflicted to give
his medictx.0 a fair and impartial trial,
and he has no doubt that they will
be thoroughly convinced of its grea
efficacy; and it does not do what he
represents it lo do, he would like to
know it and let it be exposed; but if
it does effect these cures, he hopes, for
the sake of suffering humanity, the Fa
culty the guardians of public health
will give it their influence. There igr
no humbuggery in the Lithontriptic ;
every certificate is genuine, and the
proprietor will give one thousand dol
ars to any person who will find out
one spurious certificate. i
Any person doubting the truth of
any thing that has sen said, i? ear:
nestly and respectfully requested to
correspond with any person whose
name is annexed to any certificate, and
thereby convince himself of the truth .
of everything that has been published.
The number of bottles that it Usu
ally takes to cure is from one to five;
though it has been known to take ten
bottles where there were extremely
large formations of" Calculi or Stone
to be dissolved in the bladder.
For the efficacy of the Lithontriptio
see the Circular, containing some of '-he
most wonderful certificates ia the wjirld,
around each bottle.
Save llic Pieces!
As areidents will karnen. mm in sceV reaulattd
families, it i very desirable to bavesome cheap and
convenient way lor repairing r urn tnre, Toys, croca
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no household can
adord to be without it. It is always ready and np to
tbe sticking point. Tbcre isi no longer a necessity
for limping chiirs, splintered veneers, headless dolls
and broken cradlis It is just the article for cone
shell, and other ornamental wort, so popular with
ladies of refinement and taste.
This adtnirabie preparation Is used cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possessing all the
valuable qnaltitics of tbe best cabinet-maker's Glue
It may be used iu the place of ordinary, mucilage (
being vastly more adhesive.
"CSEr'CL I.V EVERT HGUSE.";
- N.B. A Brash accompanies each bottle. Price,85cUJ
Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar St., New York.
Address HENRI C. SPALDING CO.,
Lua, No. . ,, Now York. .
Put np for Dealers in Cases containing Four , Eight,
and Twelve Do2cas A beautiful Lithographic Show
Card accompanying each package.
sVsTK -mele bottle ot SPALDING'S PRPi?EI
GLL'E will save ten times its cost anuuallyi evert
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Druggirts, Hard
ware and 1 cr .iture Dealers, Grocers, and Fancy
Country merchants should make a note of f PAL
DING'S PREl'AKED GLL'E, when making up taeU
list. It will stand any climate
AN experienced Nurscaod FtiePbysiclaB , pre
seulstotbeAttentionof mothers ,ber
For Children Xeethlnjr
wblebgreatly facilitates tbe processor teetb lag, b
softening the gnmsaod reducing all lnfiamat n j w
allay ALL PAIN and ipasmod icaction tod is
: SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS
Depend npon it, mothers it will give resttoyosr?
RELIEF AND HEALTH TO Y0CB INFANTS.
Price ii cenu per BOTTLE. - . . ,
Webaveputspandsold tbisarticlef or evertea
years, and caa sv, is oosaosxcsasDrBtrra of
it. wbat we have never ben able to sav al
auy other medicine NEV ER HAS iT FAILED IN "
A slNCLE INSTANCE. TO EFFECT A CURE, wbea
timely nsedl Never did we know as instance
of dissatisfaction by an y one who ssed it, oa
tbe coBtrarv, all are deT lighted with its oners
lions, and speak in terms Si of highest commends
uou or its magicaieuectsa and medical virtues
We speak In this mallr- "what no axow '
after teu year's expert enoe. ass ruses ocs
urctitKW son TBsrvLni asirr ow wsas wsssas -oscLAXE.
In almostevery instance where the In
fant is suffering from paiu n and ezhausiioa, relis -'
the syrup is tdmiait tered.
Tbis valuable preitaraJ tion ithe prescriptlos
of one of tbe HOST EXm PERIENCEDasd
FUL NURSES in New Eupp land, aud oa bes.
used with NEVER-FA1LQ 1XU scccsssiv
THOUSANDS X OF CASES.
Kotonlyrelievestbecbild: from painr bnt tavlg
urates tbe stomach snd"1 bowels, corrects acldi
ity.andgiveetooe aad en ergy to tbe wbole sys
lam. It will almost is stanlly relieve '
GRIPING IN THE re BOWELS, AND
andovercotneconvulsionr which if aotspeed
remedied, end is death. We believe It tn- bet I "
and senxn skmkdv ihtbiO vol,Ii all cases i
DYSENTERY AND 1IAK J JUKEA IN CHILDRt S
whether it srices from cfi teetbmg. or from c
otber cause. We wuaMyr say to vry motbo;
wbobasa child suHenur from sny of the forego,
iog complaints lx NOT- LKT YOCR PREfCDI
CES. NOR TU PVEJL' DICES OF OTHERS'
stand between your sutler tng child and the relict
that will be sura yes, ABSOLUTELY SIRE
to follow be use of tbi medtciuo, if timely
FulidirectiontforasleiSS will accompany each
Bottle, none genuine sbm les tbe fac-sunlle of
dKTIS PEkmNS.New" york? ts ea the out
Sold by d rogrtetrt bron p h out the world .
Principal otnee No. 1(, Cedar St. New York,
juueT-lAWly Price i cenu per holOe.
IIoBse-liecpers, . Atteatisa.
THE attention of tbe readers of tbe Patriot, the
Ladies more especially, is requeued by Metsrs ,
MACKENZIE St WINCUIN, to tbe exoeileot Refriger
a tors and cheap Fruit Jars with which tbey are now. ;
supplying our citizens. Tempesu' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting aU kinds of Fruits
and Berrtes. They are durable, simplo and seapt .
bad tbe demand for bem is so great that already
nearly three hundred dosee have been told.