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IIQRirS SILVER BAHDI
THE ONLY PEP.MANESTLY OUGAXIZED BAKU
N TtlK CITY, will attend to a, 1 calls for music both
at twiue and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
charge. The Bond is composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments.
All calls for music, fur foxerals, pic-nics, sere
nades and jubilees, will be attended (promptly.
W. L. HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
aprC7-ly 15 South College Street.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE COXCIaNTUATED CUKK
A POWERFUL. REMEDY
A FOWEiiFL'L REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY JN DISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT I
TRY IT I TRY IT!
YOUNG MRX who are salferiagfrumtfc.ee Sect -yuntiifuiindlscrelioneaa
be sorely and per ma.
. seraly restored by nsiug tho
1 EruKdy of Great aoJ Certain Power.
TbiremeJy is put wo in small rials. and can be
eat by suillo any address. A trial will satisfy.
Cseitfora vrrt,uil;ei will fi:rK a gTeal
benefit. A eircuhreootaiuing foil partielars,sent
(tree) oaaoptw-atiow. Price, per buttle SI.
Oneboul willtast a month.
N B Thisreioedy iasnitablefor.itheraes..
ki . CSUG ER, Medical Agent .
47 Broad way XewVork.
JIe4ra- Cuss, k Frciss, Nashville Out : We
Lave sold all y.ur" Ambrosial O.I"3cntus. It went
of wuh a rnb; there U a great and increasing de
mand for it Lore. aid we feci a little blank in an
swering liie numerous applications rr it that we have
none. We .re daily in receipt of testimony beside
oar own, which we freciy give for what we know of
its good qaa"ili.i. Our sales of it bare been very
larfee,bui we fee! lu-ttuey have hardly commence t.
Send us lots aud coi of it. YourStruIy.
j sn13-l M. C. CAYCB k SON.
From the Fam.ly Pictorial, New York, August, 1S59.
Tas Act of Savwc Benjamin Franklin, iu hi
wruiug3 tells u ibt "poor Licr-aTd" declared "an
ounce of prevention was w-rta a ponnl of core,'
and tiie -icar, g'Kid eld man was right. He, Poor
Richard, wuoid ii-cil cpon ui.-ii uij e7er tbicg as
'n as it was broken, and Uiereby saved much
trouble aad lOzS frcin enlargement of the njury . Cue
day . a witty woman said to a vecerable Quaker, no
fed for bis strciiuocs adherence to the principles of
"Poor Richard," '
"Yo-a are ai-.ravs for mending, and patching, and
yet in spue ot your doctrine, that -a stitch iu t:me
saves nine," I'll lay you something pretty tiiat a
rent vr a hole will wear fa-ice as long as a patch."
"Even so, my good dame," replied the Quaker,
-hat garments with patches will wear tkrice as lung
as wiiCi rents or holes."
What would Poor Kicbard or Benjamin Franklin
bare Said if Sj-aldiHg't Ptrjtired Glue liad been in
exifteuce duru.g their Uicer It is certain ly the great,
est ectmmiir ever introduced to the public, and iu
remarkable tenacity makes it a reliable method of
wcing. If yon have a broken looking-glass, bed
stead, table, cUair.baJ-kit, moulding, or in fact any
article or.iraau.eot or of use that glue would adhere
to at all, this new preparation will rejoin tbe broken
parts firmly, forever. It U contained in neat little
buttles, free from smell, and utwcyi ready for imme
diate us. Amnug all the thousands who take tbc
i'icturial there is not a single one who does not at
this moment stand in seed uf a bottle of Spalding's
Prepared Ciue. jnncl3-2w
Ac m Xf For thel.NVTANT RELIEF and
" 1 II Jl A J I'fcUMANtNTCl'KEofthiSdis
tressing complaint use
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR CO., 107 NASSAU Sr.,N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by pokt.
FOR SALE AT ALL DirUGGISTS.
Mf For pretty aud cheap Pry Coods call on
NJ bolsun A Humphrey at No. 22 South side ol the
Square. They are receiving daily a Sue stock of both
Fancy and Staple Goods which they are selling a Ut
tie cheaper than any other house in the city.
P Tbe largisUxture of the iriate of Georgia having
passed th follow ing Act, at its S--5sion of lSaS, pro
bibttiug tbe drawing of Lotteries within its jurisdic
tion, alter the lt day of June, 1S60, we will on that
day, remove our entire business lo Wilmington, I "el.
WOw!, IY A CO ,
Owners and Managers of the Delaware, Lsooari and
KealBckf State Iatieries.
To repeal all las,anJ parts of laws, authorising Lot
teries in the Slate ot CeurU , and Tor . Uier pur
SsctKd 1. Ike General AtsemUgof Georgia da cnorf,
That from aud alter the first day of Juno, Fightcen
Hundred and Sis.y ,a!l laws and arts of laws aulbur
iu Lolter.es iu I ha St it of Georgia, or the vend
i ag of l4U-rj Ta kets in said Slate, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
ApprwvrU 1-y the Governor.
December 11,1 Si. mayli-tr
1G Y KAILS OLD.
V17E havo received a small lot of Apple Brandy
V V from Kortll f aroliua, d to beiwxteen vears
believe Iu b siricllv pur, and as
LFXLVE.Tr A MM1T1I.
aV la S O
TV bond, s east of James' ITennesay Brandy, (Yin
X taite of lSiS), hi:h we iinik will u.l the mobt
fastidious palate. U.U.1M1 S fyilM.
A la S O
LOT of choir? Whisky, in ture since 1559, and
aA. wbaut deiv couipeuiHin .
U I.LYFTT SMITn,
jute5-lm Xos. 10nd 12 Marktt streL
SiNTDER & EE1ZELL
Have on hands large aortmeut of
Frei-cu Ires3 Trunks ;
S-o loilier do;
'Cabinet' do; fa new article,)
Gent's Fine Sule Leather Trunks;
do. do. ou. co. Values, fAjtbtaod and oth
er styles:) which tbey are oiieriog at very re-
tincel rates, lauat o. 1 ruuius cqu-rv.
Ladies SliOts act! (iaiUrs.
LAMES tine black Congress Caiters. with heelf-
44 brown Conrrss ' "
M " bl'k batt-in "
" ' Kid Sltppeis, wuh and w about heels;
iu-r mn ouier siries oi uuies' atiss-a" and
large and superior tt-x-k of Gentlemen's wear,
lau-nt I ealher Gaiters and intrant .Snoes;
Calf Congress and Oxford Tie;
Lasiuig " .
Tbe alxe pood.-, are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and whhh wear ottering at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Public t.uare.
joneT-tf suae SXYDFOi A FR1Z2XLL.
Tempest's Frnit Jars.
"1TTE have oa hand several bnudred dozen Qaarts
VV and Half Oaltoa of tkM famous Frait Jars.
The a.uplest, cheapest and beat article yet invented
fir the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve SrsawBZBjun I
Tempest Jars preserve Rasraotsjuit
, Tempest's Jars preserve CtacKSKKsnts I
T'mpest's Jars preserve Pre Piasv t
Tempest's Jars preserve Pea cuts I
Tempest's Jars preserve lims I
Tempest's Jars preserve Qciscaa I
Tempest's Jars preserve Cnsacm f
Tempest's Jars preserve TuatToa I
V have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, toae aad
Tin Jars of all sises.
ALSO. LoiUew'S Ctarsatui Tin Jars, all sizes
which w artoffering at cost price,aa we leel aaaured
Tempest's Stone Jars
fast apercede a3
'Godej's laadies Hook, for Julr,
'Jsi4 received by JOHN YOBK k. CO.
Ar Dickln's New liook,
PHOET KTORIEa, Just received and for amis by
JOliX YORJC A CO.
rIXE FKJC5H BCTTER, just received and for sale
by r. UHieuw A CO.,
: iasylMr Ceiurai &vguts , Cclieta it.
BA5K HOTE AND EXCIIAJf GK I.IST.
eanr or Tennessee, ...parBan of America .... 2 dis
union Bank,.. par.'ortbern Bank ..par
Planters' Bank, par SouUicru Bank ..ldis
UerchanU'lfcwk nar Citizens' Bank Socdi
City Bank, parlCominercial Bank....l ilis
Trailers' Ran k , par Buck 's Bank, ......;. par
Bank of Commerce,. ..partgxcbangeBank .... ftudw
Bank of the Union,., par !ranoTH' Bank, par
nan OLUliatlaDOoga,. parlflauk of aitO. Tens .. par
Bank of Memphis,.... parlKauk of Paris,. ......par
uanKorifcuiiridge,...ldM.Bankor Knoxvillc, par
rtsver Kar.K, l dis Bankor na.suvuie,.....par
ns oi ii&inorne ....4 dis;ocoee ituic, ...pat
nana or Tazewell, . 2 die uauaoi .neibyville, r
Bank of Trenton ilwreiir.b,e Bunk.
Bank cf Jeflersoa. fBankorWeslTenueaseepar
Ariru!toral Bank, Browne v die.
Central Bank of Tenuessce, Nashville.
Farmers' and Mecbanica' Bank, Memphis
Mechanic's Bank, Memphis.
Memphis Savings Institution.
Kxcban'e Bank. Murfreedlioro'-
Mines' and Manufacturers tank, Knoxvillc.
uura,uiti itau par Silver, , ......par
Other States. -
Kkstccky: , ohio.
"J inland ... disWtate Bank of Ohio Jdis
- - """- me .. ae ui vi ine umo vai-
vmnawir iniiM sy JJi ley Kdis
ui 2vj-. y uisLuiumercial li k. of
nuruiern H k or Ky. yt dwj UucmnaU trdis
People's Bank i di Country Banks ldis
ouuuiern k si oi K r. . diat
auRajia Atlanta Bank 10 dis
luiik or MoDje . . I di Augusta Iukurance
Kink ut Montgomery 1 di and B'king Comp. i d'S
Central Bk of Ala... 1 di:Bank of Athens dis
wuiiuuiLBi oaiin. ... i ui4taK or tuuimcrce.
aoriaern B k or Ala. 1 du I Savannah i dis
owuiueiu i . in Ala. x cj nuiK oi t-uluuibuii . 1 dis
svcvh unjiua: (Uank of ) uUon . 1 dis
Bank uf Charleston.. JidisBu,l'0 Middletiia.. 1 dis
Bank oTCamdVu.... ym dis 01 vannah. . . ; dm
nana oi ttieater .... Ls dis " kUC taie vi
Omiucrcul Bank of' : ,"ffa idis
Uluniba ' dis Central Kaiiroad and
Bank or Gen;eu,-a dis! Banking Comiauy )Z dis
Baiik of Hamburx K. di1? Bank of Augusta . dis
Bai.k of Xewberrv. dis.eorPia Bailr'd and
Bank of the f kite of ; Bank Company... fidie
South C rolm . t'.Iis Marine Bank. Sav'h. !. d
D KM AOUlt) Caroiilia J. jatreuaiiB- M. rialll
exchaiie Iteuk of er''' :uk dis
luuitna i ' dis "ecuamca' aviui;8
Farmers' A Exchange i Bank.... dis
Bank 1' His MecnaiiM-s' Bank, Au-
Mercli U' B k of ss. C. 4 dis! ? J8t 'is
PeuvW-e' B k of s5. C. K. di-fianiers' R. Sav'h Kdis
t'lanu rs' and Me- .Timber CulWri' B"fc. i dis
chauKs' Bank . V dil-"niou Bank, Augusta i dis
Planters' B k of r air- .Other Bankj 610 dis
"ld is dis! viKGiiia.
SoalhwesterslUilr'd :Bank of Commerce,
tank idis Fredericksburg ... ldis
mate Kank. Char'bTn i dis Bank of the Common-
Lnion Bank of S. C. X da" moo wealth, Kicb'd 1 dis
uiciaiaxa: itsaak of the Old IK-
Ail Sew Orleans mimou, Alexdria.. 1 dis
Banks 1 dis Bank of the Vallev of
xokth caROLua. Va., Wiucuesler,.. ldis
Bank of N. Carolma. 2 dis y ,Rjcbm'd 1 d.s
ttt S SP"?"' I " of Whee.i g.. . Ida
7ZZ t ZZTJZZ;,- Z Bank of Wmrbeaier. 1 dis
m r, .ri7' I' T r. change B-kU..
" . I, uh; N(,rfk 1 dis
c. . Jt ,; .;Farmer's B k of Va.,
;,-ZT"?T Z". Kichmoud Id
" "".Maoulaturers- and
u.wuicadivuiiuu 1 uu UTh.M.linr 1 Aa
IV -1- I ... . -. . . r . -
" "'!tf.-r-l.'l,' K't l.riu-1.
burg 1 dis
Illinois Banks 5 dirj
Merc nan in' and Me
Ali notes of this Statej
Should be couulensgncd b)
tno taie Omcer. beini:
Wheeline 1 dis I
Northwestern Bank -
then secured by depo&ii of Va., Wheeling.. 1 dis
of tate Stocks; when tnir &uthwc-tf rn B'k of
isnol done they are on- Va., WytUvvilie.. 1 dis
saJeaOle. Otaet Banks 2(3,
Kew Tork Sight ' prem.
Philadelphia ........ prem.
New Orleans........ (di dis.
St. Louis dis.
Cincmnau S dis.
par "a' prem.
40 scree, per acre 70c 1 120's.....
60c I 160
WHOLESALE PItlCE CUHUEIVT
Hay, per Ion S2S30
Bar.com. it M, TS
' lO 7
Hoop, " gj, 9X
Sheet, ( yt
Best boil' ri 'on, fid tj;
Pig, V"U, 30fi)3A
Pitloburg bar, 3,4
Carracaii, f Jb 1 1531 25
oak-tau'd,ft ft S)30
Skirtinif, " fidM
Hemlock, " f32S
Harues, " SUa2
New - Orleans,
gallon, (iu hbla) 40O4--Mgal.,(.-bbUf
Sujjar House," VS50
Collins a Co.
H. Collins and
other make 9(312
Tennessee, wide, (
Yellow, ft, 25(328
Tallow ,M'd,rt ft 121 2 H
'"g', V ft 4
MiU Cranks Sc
Gudgeons, (3 5
V tt K
Cum'd, busu 17322
Java, t ft IS v, 73-0
Laguvra, " 14315
Bi, " lla)UM
Sheet,-? ft 340
lOd, ft keg, $3 25
Lard,? gallon,! 0031 10
perm, " 2 25(5)2 40
Tanner's, " 7531 OU
White Lead, in
oU. keg, $1 602)2 20
Uhrome t reen ,
t1i Span'h Br n," 4(& a
Brown, fid 9
Stone Color, " o19
Hams, p ft WXfaM
Shies, " lo
new, Y ft
Beef. " . 67
BuUer, " 12K,15
Meal, bush. rt75
Eggs f) d.z. 121,713
Carulaia, ri It, 53S
Barrel, l bush. " 40
ack line, 'ft bag 1 li
Clover, 6 00
Millett, 2 Oft' 25
Timothv. 3 Mia) HJ
Manilla, FK 12V.(31a
700, doz. (f 9
DRCGS A DYE STI FFS.
Aloes, -aft 253
Alum, - 5(35'
Borax Crude "
" retinetl, "
Baed. ft ft
Cantharelcs " $1,3S2
Castor Oil, per
gallon, SI 803$2
Cream Tartar, 45350
Eps. Salts. v ft 63
Flour Sulphur, fij 7
Gum Arabic, 3l),60
Ipecac, V ft $ (31 75
Flax Seed , f0
Herd's Grass, $1 2531 50
Jalap, 1 25(31 50
clean, 2 30S2 0
stripped, 1 601 75
Orchard, 1 75
Hung'nt;.Seed,l OOal 25
Boek. V. baif. S 2 40
Jogwood,gr ud 3 5
Madder, V lb 1'VIT
Magnesia, 3031 00
Oil Peppermts $i35
Opium, rUfc 8ct'8 50
Ot 50-Patent, " S 1 Wj
Cin. B'n. ft ft 3 8
Castile A Wiud'r, 2baia0
ter, V ft 8 (310
English " li!318
Cast. " (320
German. " 12i315
X. Orleans, ft ft 8'(310
Uavanatwh'le la! 1 1
do brown 44 a
Live Geese, V ft 40(3
3, ft barrel. $12(313);
Extra, 7 00(37 50
Supartme, C 003 50
Crushed, " llj312i
Powdered, " 1I(312
Spice, ft 11312
Ginger Race," 83 9
Cloves, " 253
gal $2 5036 00
Amer. " 40375
Jamaica', " $1 2531 50
Amcr., " 7631 25
Raisins, bx S 75&3 00
shell.Vft Apples, dried,
Pea. hes. dried,
Ginseng, ft ft 40345
8x10, fl bx,S3 5034 00
Holland, SI 3031 50
10x14, " S5 0036 50
Amer., " 40375
Whiskey. " 202
Rendered, Jfi ft ' 9(310
Wheat. W bosh tS
Corn, " 80(90
Oats.cloan " 5030
Imperial, a ft $ 50731 00
Gunpowder," $ 503
r dr llysou. 403 60
ii bash. each. 13314
Rifle, tUk'g, 37 00
Black, " S 31 00
Baling, f ft 23325
Blaeticg, s 3a 00
Cider, ! gallon. (3
Strained,f) ft 83133
" fl barl, S4 0034 50
Madeira, at a.. 51 6032 00
Green, ft 6
Ih-y Salted .s'th'n 10315
Mexicaa Flint, bobs.
Sherry, $2 0034 00
Malaga, " S 4031 26
Port, " $1 0f34 00
Cb'mpa'e,'adz $12326 00
Manilla, a ft Bone.
Common, ft 20325
rotted, t ft
Fins washed 28330
Just received aad for sal by
ETIEXAE LAMBERT t CO..
lVo. SS Cherry St Nashville.
Kfl CASKS genuine leMueck Cham same- -OU
Ut cases " taim- ' ; 1
!os Paradia, Chamtagoe;
La ruse, Lafile aad Margaret;
Sherries, the finest brands.
Royal Society Port;
Tboa. Ilia Brandy:
assorted Cordials, Paris ft Pardeaax:
Ausynthe Edward Parnet, Course;
P-al Turin Vermouth;
Atacearono, VerroecalU, Begfaette, etc;
aad tin Lucoa ohva Oil:
AU oar aireet Earopeaa sportationa ner bark Ala.
Also, APPENNlN'E BITTERS, reooBuaendod by
he moat Bdaefit phvsiciaa.
mXXSi& LAMBERT ft CO-,
IBuvlHr A (3 UWTTlflMvCt.
THUItSDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, J8C0.
"Bell" Flour in ags $ , in half bars 5-
uia Hickory do. - 4 85; " " 2 IS
Kagle do. " 3 50; 1 Wl
. MizedBran,perlOOIbs...nedolIar .
Corn Meal, perbHFbeI,$l 00.
pclivered to ill parts of the city. wp21-ly
; SOVESEXTS OF THE RAILROADS. .
Nisnvii.ie ACBATTaaooua 4 A.M., 3 1. Mw
TursKsKKK Auiuna 4:15 A.M., 3sO P.M
iail'isviLLKjc NasiiviLLK 5:00 a . M.,1 siu P.M
" ;aiUuiiKipreni:00 P.M.
tMiniiB K.ESTI-CKV G:30 A.M., 2:45 P.il
" Arrlral of Pwen:tr Trains.
KiBTrLLiACHarraMHiJ 2 P- U.,g A.M.
.TksxEiwKs Ic Atasava 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
X-OCKivillk K aMUVlllK OA.M.:00 P.M.
" tiallatiu KxirePl:00 A.U
Kdcktikld A Kextcckt lO A.M., ? P. U.
mnia to ujnraiTB. t win not insert herea-
Panuorunlesspaidforin advance i..rr
mt. mm v C3UU B uniim hh a. uuiuHixuf ills 1 11 i. i m
t o It
JtW We are authorized to anuonnce W. S. CHEAT-
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 5th Ward,
at Uia ensaing Uunicijatl election. juneT-to
Jlr" We are authorized to annouuee ANTHONYS
CAlir as a candidate for Conacilmaa from the 61 h
Ward, at Uio eueuiug Muuicipal election.
.SSacred Concert at Chris t'.i Church on
Thursday eTening, at half-past 8 o'clock.
The City I'reas.
Tlit Union. We yesterday invested a part
of our word-capital iu the remark that the
active editor, for tbe time . being, of the
Union has gone on to Baltimore to look f-
ter tbe interests of the Tennessee Democracy
in the second edition of the Charleston Con
vention, which li advertised iu some of the
smaller newspapers of the country lo meet
in the city of Monuments and Pretty Wo
men on Monday nrxL We fear he will find
things very much mixed up again in that
Convention; but we will express the hope
(without pretending to entertain it) that he
will have a snug little time of it. Any hope
that the conservative people of the country
may cherish that the Baltimore Convention
will do anything . calculated to make any
member but the Douglas uiu feel comforta
ble, will turn out to be. as hope is styhd by
disappointed lovers of a poetic temperament
Delusive Phantom.' - ..'..'
''Eternal Hope! wlin yonarr "
but we are not in the humor just now to in
dulge in quoetical potations. Tbe editor of
tbe Unwn haying gone to Baltimore, '-the
gentleman in charge" borrows, with due
credit, an editorial article from the Wash
ington Constitution a constitution whieb,
unlike that of tbe United States, might bo
altered and amended without impairing
either its virtue or ibi usefulness. This ar
ticle is a cutting ud and saltinsr down of
what purports to be "A Gro.s Outrage." J
Since the incoming of the present micro- I
scopic Administration, tbe Cuiniitulwn has J
witnessed every dav, as regularly as the day I
came, a gross outrage upon tbe couutry; I
but as those outrages were committed by
those upon whom it depends for its precari
ous existenceit did n't feel at liberty to
ventilate them through its columns. " Tbe
particular outrage which it now grasps by
the hair of its head and holds up to be with- I
eredby the virtuous scorn of an indignant I
world, is the tossing of Mr. 3aruett out of I
bis seat in Congress and the slapping of
Frank P. Blair, Jr., down in his place.
These gentlemen, for wc believe they are
recognized as gentlemen by their personal
frieuda, both wauted to go to Congress from
the St. Louis District of Missouri, and ac
cordingly they both appealed to the "hon
est yeomanry" of the District to send them
there. Mr. Barrett, the Democratic candi
date, got the certificate of election, and when
Congress met, he dropped in upon that dig
nified and Etatesman-like body, and made
himself quite at home. But it turns out
now that he was n't at home by a long shot
Mr. Blaib, tbe colored Republican candidate,
went on there, and going into the House,
walked up to where Mr. Barrett sat, as
large as life, and remaiked to him substan
tially: "I don't like to disturb you mister,
and would n't, do it on any account hardly;
but the fact of the business is, you've got
my cheer, and as the Cockney, who wished to
ascertain the 'heft' of his sweetheart, said to
tbe man at tbe hny -scales, 'I want you to
wacate.'" Mr. Baurett was impolite enongh
to tell Mr. Bliik he'd see him hanged first.
Whereupon an appeal was made to the
House, which decided that Mr. Barrett must
get op and let Mr. Blair sit down. This de
cision of the House is what the Union in ils
borrowed article styles "a gross outrage;"
and it is more than likely it was an outrage,
for a9 both the Democratic aud Republican
members of the House had a hand in the af
frir, we can't see how it could possible have
been anything else.
The Gazette. Our venerable contemporary
of tbe Gazette is kind enough to favor us with
a brief disquisition on "The Revolutionary
Spirit iu Europe." He does n't attempt to
throw much light upon the subject, and we
shan't either ; for that reader ia a very un
reasonable one wbo expects us to throw a
thing when we haven't got it throw. We
understood the other day that there was a
Revolutionary Spirit of some sort in Europe,
bat we were in a hurry at the time, and did
n't stop tocuquire what it was all about.
Having a small surplus of leisure on hand
when we picked up the Gazette, wc should
have been much pleased to find that our
neighbor bad gone his full length into tbe
subject, and had laid the whole thiug open to
the public eye. Constituting as wo do one
of the mauy nerves of that great optio orgto,
we may take the lilierty of faying that with
out a pair of Brazilian pebbles from the Ga
zette, or from some other source, it will never
be able to see through the complicated web
of European politics. Our neighbor ends
his article with these word, which would not
discredit the comprehensive benevolence of
the President of the Peace Society :
fcIn contemplating the prospects of blood
aud carnage, which will probablv weep over
tbe most highly civilized part of tbe Old
World, wc can but hope that an overruling
AToviuencc win oivcri even toe naa passions
or ambitious ana evil-minded men, to the
ultimate benefit of the people of Europe.
ona oi manKina lnrougnout ine world."
We can't aee very clearly how the mere
prvtpecU of blood and carnage can damage the
the Old World by sweeping over any part of
it, provided the prospects do all the sweeping
that is done ; nor how the contemplation of
t neb a scene can inspire our neighbor with the
hope that Providence is going to interfere in
tbe military affairs of Europe, since, as our
neighbor thinks and says, "Late occurrences
indicate that the revolutionary epirit which
is now gathering strength in Sicily, will soon
spread over and convulse the whole of Eu
rope." Nevertheless, our contemporary's
ords, so feelingly ottered, evince much of
the heavenly epirit of philanthropy and uni
versal benevolence, and in response thereto
we have induced oar Religions Editor to
breathe an earnest Amen.
The antr. "Under which King? Lix-
colm cr Docqlas ?" The Banner places the?
interrogatories at the top of its leading ar
ticle, tbe object which article is to find
out, if possible, from somebody, whom the
Administration is going to lend its influence
to in case the fire-eaters In tbe Baltimore
Convention should throw up the sponge and
suffer Docqlas to walk off with the belt. If
we possessed any information of that sort we
would cheerful! let tie banner kve it. Bat
onr neigbbor can take oar opinion on Ihe
subject, which i.s quite as reliable a the gen
eral run of other people's information, though
it may not anewer the same purpose in all
cases. That opinion w this : So far as J. 15.,
the head of the Admi ufctralion, is concerned.
he won't support Dololas, neither hj Li In
fluence nor bis rote. lie may eaj he U going
to do it, but lhoe who know him as well as
wc do will not regard the declaration its any
evidence at all that he will do it. lie would
Tote fur us first, and w bitterly does he hate
the Ttry ground on which we tread, that if
yon were to ak him how we arc jetting
along these days, he would probably tell you
he did n't know that fucu a fellow was in ex
mence. The feelings he entertains for us are
as warm and tender as a mother's love com
pared to those lie cherishes lor Douglas. Ask
him to go to Faoilemoniuiu and pump thun
der for a dozen centuries or bo at three ceuts
a stroke, and he will tell you that no act in
1 me wuuiR uisiurr 111 111a iii urnnii'i intiioaiA
the whole history of his life would indicate
. . " . . . "
.1 1 l eiim iiiim. inionnnn 1 a . 1 kwi it . aw at
" o asa uiut 1J support ISOUULA lor lUt
Presidency, for he would either deny you the
request, or would jump into tbe Potomac to
puaic jvu tuo paiu oi isucn a ueniai. J. a.
likes Lincoln or did until they trot to call-
ing him hone Old Abb. Since then, he
does n't like him at all. Or if be do, this
is the first time in the whole course of bis po-
iitical career that he wad erer kuown to eu
terlain the slightest regard for anything iu
the shape of honesty.
F.ir the lily Patriot
threat Jlxelceuteut-Gatlterla tbe
M a ea si tt iu t b 1 n D m d .
At a public uieetiu of the subscriber ia bis
I UWI d'ggius held on the 15lh iovL, he called
himself to tbe chair, and the meeliu to order.
and explained tbe'otjecls: whereupou a com
mittee of the subscriber himself was "ap-
piuted'- to draft resolutions express ve of
the senses of the subjick . of the raeelin. Ik-
went out Sc. come in agin with the following
Preamble & Resolutions, to-nil:
Laolvtil 1. Democracy is onccrtain "
wbicb aide's up.
liaolved 2, Resolved that John Happy in
spect & report which side's op.
Rtmvtd 3. Resolved he report betwixt
Douglas and notuin, with a decided prefer
ence tor Douglas.
.The queatiou on the third resolved" wan
called lor, and it was put, tbe vote being
tied, tbe Chair give the "slantm'' vole for
notbin, which was carried uuaninioua, aud
the inoeiiu journed" up to Sinidi amid
John- Tkott, Esq., Meetin, Ac.
Philosophy jixd R kadi--Maws Clotuing.
When one ot tbe wise men who taught phi
losophy in the academic groves cf the Gre
cian capital "in old Platir-a'sday," wa3 afked
by a yonng man in tbe pursuit of a wile un
&r difficulties, what two things were most
essentially necessary to insure success in that
pursuit, he answered, "a suit of fine clothes
and a pocket full of money." This was true
philosophy when the Parthenon was iu all
its glory, and it is true philosophy now, wheu
tbe dust of centuries sleeps upon that splen
did temple. To those who desire to demon
strate the fact, we would recommend the
large and elegant assortment of Ready-Mad o
Clothing to be found at the popular house oi
R-C Axdkrson fc Co., on Market Street, a
few doors from the Public Square. There
you will find everything you want in that
line, for the stock is complete, and embraces
a great variety of summer coat?, pants and
vests of the latent make, together with shirts,
cravats, ic., all at very moderate price?.
Messrs. A. i Co. have also a fine assortment
of traveling and other trunks, which rbould
command the attention of all who wibh to
purchase such articles.
Third Meeting op Trottixq Association.
It will be seen from the announcement of
the Proprietor of tbe Nashville Course, which
may be found iu another column, that tbe
third meeting of the Nashville Trotting As
sociation will commence tQ-morrow (Friday)
at 3 o'clock, P. M., with the Washington
Stake for three yeas olds, for which there are
five entries. The second race is for the As
sociation's purse open to all trotters with
three entries. Tbe track is in excellent con
dition, and as some of tbe entries are noted
trotters, the best of sport may be antici
pated. American Printing-Hocs for tuk Bund.
Mr. J. R. Uooo. It is proposed to estab
lish in Louisville, Ky., a printing-house for
the purpose of publishing a library of suitable
books in raised or embossed letters for the
blind. The Institution will be put into actu
al operation, and the printiug of books com
menced, as kku as $25,000 shall be collect
ed. It is expected that this sum will be rais
ed duriug the present year; individual pledg
es already amount to about $34,000. Missis
sippi has appropriated $2000 for this abject
and iu addition to this appropriation gives
$1 per aununi for every white blind person
in tbe btate.
Mr. J. R. Hooo, a very worthy citizen of
Nashville, who was formerly a pupil, and
subsequently a teacher, in the Afylunt for tbe
Blind near this city, has been appointed an
Agent to raise funds to aid in establishing
me American Printing-House for tbe Blind
and we are glad to learn that be is meeting
witn the most fUttering success. He will
make a tour of tbc State in a short time, and
we commend him to tbe courtesies and hos
pitalities ot the people wherever he may eo,
Tbe object of bis mission ia one which ap
peals to the sympathies of all, and- we trust
that every one to whom Mr. Hooo applies
will contribute something to its anvanoement.
The Board at Louisville have auxili-ies i
many of the Southern and Western States.
the members of the Tennessee Auxiliary
ioard are Ex-Gov. Neill S. Browx, Mr. J.
M. Stcbtevant, Dr. A. L. P, Green, Dr.CLK.
IN6TOW and F. B. Fooo, Esq.
Of the ten thousand fence-rails which Abb
Lincoln "and a man anmed Hanks" are said
to have split in 1830, tbe Redublicans of Illi
nois have already gathered np about seventy
five thousand, and the cry is slill they come.
it ir leared that if tho election is uot brought
on prematurely, tho supply won't hold" out.
Bell Photographs. We are indebted to
our friend C. C: Cikrs, Daguerrean Artist,
corner or Deadenck street and the Public
Square, for an excellent photographic like
ness ortne lion. Jons Bell. These likenes
ses are taken in the best style of the art, as
are all f Mr. Gikrs' pictures, and msy be
had at his popular Gallery.
River If tm.
Jane 12 Advance, Pittsburg,
, ? John A. Fisher, Paducah ; .
Clipper, do. , ;
: 13 Charter, Galnsboro. "
' John A. Fisher, Padacafa,
Advance, Smith land,
V. K. Stevenson, Harpeth Shoals
Tbe river ia falling, with CI feet wafer ra
Fob, New , Orleans to-dat. The fine
steamer Jame$ JJuuea arrived yesterday, and
ut leave lor new Orleans tbi day "al 12
o'clock. This will probably be her Jut trip
tbe present wason. .
-' XllrhiuontI Convention.
Richmond, June 12.
. The proceedings of the Convention were
o;ened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Duncan.
Mr.jHioun.f&. C sou of John C CaiLoun,
iroui Committee ou r c-rmauent Ortrnniti
tiu, nmde the fullowiur rewrt. wbicb was
aluptnl: For President. John Erwin. ol Ala
witn one vice 1 'resident and hecrelarr fruni
eacn taio, wim tae exception ofiNew lork,
The teiuporary Chairman theu retired, af
ter making a brief but eloquent speech, om-
eiuaing wiui tbe hope that the result or their
deliberations milit ha sncli as to preserve
tnc oouxiituuou inviolate.
Mr. Erwiu was conducted to the chair,
wnen lie delivered an sddrecs to the Conven
tion. expUiuing tbe position of tbe South,
woose uuty. hitMKf, im to protect iu own
right., lo unfurl its flag to tbe breeze, and to
firmly and proudly march on. dimaudiusr
that the ConMilution shall be prexcrved. lie
. w ...
would say nothing
nothing in favor of. or aiiainut
iTOine to fbtllimore: but whntvpr is ilnii
I we iiiiikI a.ranol mnwrni ci,iil.,r..
1 " '
a . . r . .... -.. .
l"' "e ae,,,w? e "npUUUoa that
ueii jjurpvne was uisuuiOO. 1 ue lOTlllcrn
""craU hare goue iu pursuit of a false
i rmin. lie earnestly hoped that their delibe
I rations here would result not only in secur
,n. ?ur own n8t,u bul tDe weltare of the
Mr. Middle ton. of S.C.. Chairman of Ihe
I Committee on Credentials, desired to be di-
charged from the further consideration uf the
National Hall delegates. He said tbey had
intorraed tbe Uommitteo that tbey did not
come here as delegates, but an Comniinsiouers
from New York to consult with us, iu a fra
The Committee was discharged from fur
ther duty iu reference thereto, aud tbe New
York commissioners were invited to seats on
the floor, but not as delegates.
A motion was made to appoint a Commit
tee on liusipesn.
Mr. Hatch, of N. C, offered as a substitute
tbe following resolution:
Resolved, that tbe delegates to this Conren
tion having been appointed on tbe basis of
tbe majority platform adopted at Charleston.
we deem it unnecessary to take any further
action in relation to a plattorut at the pres
Resolved, That when this Convention ad
journ, it adjouru to meet in Richmond on the
24th of June, unless tbe President should
deem it necessary to call the Couven'jou
Mr. Davidson, of Alabama, moved that af
ter tbe word "Charleston" there be iuserted
tbe words "which w hi artily approve."
A motion was mude to it f r ihe amend
ment and resolutions to a eleet committee.
Mr. Meek, ol Alabama, hoped that a direct
vote could be taken on the resolutions.
After considerable dcbaie, .Mr. Yancy sug
gested that a committee ou resolutions be
raised, and that all the resolutions and amend
ments be referred to it without debate.
Mr. Barry, of Mnin$ippi 6aid that these
resolutions were prepared and informal) v
submitted to all the delegate", and having
been approved by a majority of all the dele
gation?, with tbe understanding that tbev
should be adopted without discussion, he
thought that a vote should be takeu direct
Mr. Hunter, of La., moved the previous
question. He was surprised that, after the
lull and formal undemanding, there should
be opposition to a direct vote on the resolu
tion to avoid all discussion.
Mr. Jones, of Ga., said it would be hicbly
improper to take auy action at this time on
the platform. We expect, should we not be
able to harmonise at Baltimore, to have
Kentucky, Tennessee, Missouri, North Caro
lina, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia in
the convention with" us when we reassemble.
and it would be improper for us to lake any
action now ou a platform. The vote was
then taken on rlti'inns aud adopted unan
imously, with tiio inception of the vote ol
houth Carolina. Mr. Knelt announcing that
the delegates from lhat Slate were ready to
procceti at once to me business for which
they were delegated
Ou motion, the day ol reassembling of the
conveution was changed to Thursday, tbe
The committee on credentials reported that
delegaies were present iroui Arkansas, Ala
bama. Texas, Louisiana, MisMixeinpi. South
Caroliua, and Georgia, the second district of
Tennessee and the seventh district ofVir
A letter from tbe New lork commissioners
was read declaring that they are here as pro-
moiers oi peace ana nnrmouy, and ttiat they
arc also litre to give the assurance tlwl New
York would be found true to the South
should a crisis arrive.
Col. Baldwin of Syracuse, said that New
lork came hero to awist to throw the oil on
the troubled waters, to nrge you to do as vou
have, to take no decisive action, but to go to
Baltimore. The commissioners he said,
agreed with this convention in deploring the
nomination of an individual whose selection
would be as injurious to himself, as it would
be destructive to the Democratic part v. aud
dangerous to tbe Union. Mr. Baldwin pro
ceeded, at some length to deprecate the dis
olution of tbe Uniou, ami to say that he was
one of those who could not sec how the
Union eould be dissolved. - -
Mr. Dawson of Ga- called tbe gentleman
to rder. j - - : y j .
Mr. Baldwin resumed and continued for a
few minutes in the same strain, when
Mr. Barry, of Miss, arose and said, while
we of the South have avoided all discussion
of tbe question,' we cannot permit others
to open tbe discussion. We have allowed tbe
gentleman from New York to p3ak, by
courtesy, and he has abased that courtesy.
Mr. Baldwin resumed, and was speaking
whan a motion to adjourn was made and
Cries were made for a speech from Mr.
Yancey, but he declined, saying be had much
labor before him at Washington and Balti
more, and would take occasion to address the
citizeus of Richmond on bis return.
Wahhinqtoji, June 12. Before the Covode
Committee Forney testified that tbe Presi
dent offered bim the Liverpool Consulate or
the Russian or Prussian Mission, if be would
acquieee in the policy of tbe Administration,
which he declined,- x
Wendell testified that he carried $10,000
in his pockets for weeks, authorized to in-'
crease it to twenty or twenty-five thousand,
if Forney would aceept tbe Consulate or the
Mis-ion to one of tbe great European Powers,
Ntw Yoei, June 13 The steamer Niagara
has arrived at Halifax with Liverm.nl .1 M I OB
of June 2d.
Cotton sales of the week 55.000 balp nf
wnicn speculators took 1000 bales and ex nor-
. waia.lA a. . 1 ait -
icm ni.uuu unies. ah qualities declined I
to i. Lower qualities declined most, and
are very irregular and difficult or sale. On
fine qualities there is no material chanir
Sales Friday 7000 bales of which speculators
and exporters took 1000 bales, closing qniet
and very dull, Orleans fair 7 j. Mobile fair
81; Mobile middling C 1-1C: upland fair Tli
upland middling 6 1-16. Stock at Liverpool
1,295.000 bales of which 1.089.000 bales are
American. Consols 94fa95J. Manchester
advices arc unfavorable The holiday tiro-
II a v uk. Cotton sales of the week 7500
bales, closing with a declining tendenrv;
New Orleans Tres Ordinaire 94f; Bus 87f;
stock at Ilavre 235.000 bales: Breadstuffs
quiet; Bacon firm; Bullion has increased in
tbe Bank of iangland 48.000 pounds: Alonev
It is confirmed that Garibaldi entered
Palermo and establi&bed his bead quarters
there after a fierce eombat and bombardment
by sea and land.
The populace Uok the Roval Palace from
the troops and burnt it.
The bombardment continued.
Tbe Chinese reply to the Eotrlinh ultima
tum is published. It rejects all propositions.
Latkk via Oaeeustown, Sunday. 3.--The
steamer Asia has arrived out. - Cotton sales
Saturday 7,000 bales, of which speculators
and exporters took 2.000 bales, closing dnlL
Provisions dull; Consols 94 Ja95 for money
17. S. Sensur.
Cokookd, June 12w Daniel Clark f Re
publican) is re-elected U. S. Senator by the
New LTampsliire Legislature. -
Bostox, Jono . 13. The steamer Arnhi
sailod to-day for Liverpcol. Shs toak $408-
LorjisvnxK, June 13. Tie river is sta
tionary with feet water in the CanaL
Nrw Oblxans. Jane 13. Cotton saIas to
day 1000 bales, prices easier bat quotations
unchanged. Sagar firm. 7M. Flour has a
dec lining tendency, 5 50a5 60. Lard ia bbls.
iz, ut Kegs 12. wnisky 1J1. other ar
Ths New Orleans cotton erata. with -? non
bales coltOR. Is borntd. Leritisa ooo. In-
' CrxCTSXATt, Jan 13. Flonr .dull; pales.
1100 bbls. 5.03a5,25; whisky 174, sugar sales
200 hhds. 8ja9; coffee firm; nioUs-scs 45; oats
40a42., - . V v...
Nbw York, June 13. Flonr dull; pales
1100 bbls. 5,50a5,CO; corn warce Coa7 4; ms
pork 18,25al8,50; lartl Pales 270 hub. 1!
molaees, Cuba 3J; tugur, Cuba bja.'
Fou thk Ladies F. IIagvx Colk-ge street
ha received Godty Lady's Hook for July a
beautiful number, with numerous illustra
tions, with mauy of which the ladies must be
-TheTTartville VUtittdler U iiroriw.l
that "the lines picked up a short time MiiCe ou
the al reels ol IIu.rtsville," and publihcd ia
that paper of last week, arc from the pen of i
a young gcntlemnn of this city, and were
first published in the Patkiot l.ft winter.
aO-Capt. Fisti HuxKr, of The Adams Ex
press, and J. J. Scuavan, furnished us yester
day, as usual, with lato papers.
Daily Patriot Okfiok,
Nashville, Juue 14, liSu'O. J
COTTON. We have heard of no s ties
this week. There U a good deal of col ton
yet in warehouses, but owners are not nox
ious to sell, and are holding it up. We quote
extreme at 4ii9.:. per lb.
TOBACCO. All that w received sells
readily. Receipts, however, are smull. Sold
yesterday at the warehouse ol A. Hamilton,
27 hbdrf. at the following figures: $4 10, 2
25, 4 00, 5 15, 1 96, 4 10, 2 50, 7 25, 7 30,
6 25, (i 25, 2 10, 3 00, 2 25, 2 15. 3 35,
2 90, 2 15, 2 90, 3 80, 2 20, 3 75. 2 30,
5 15, 2 05. 2 li). 3 15.
BACON. There baa lieen a slight ad
vance in prices. We quote bain at 10Ja
He, clear aides 10$; shoulders S.iSlc pur 11,
LARD. Is selling at lOJallc per lb.
BUTTER Is more plentiful, and tails at
12nl5e per lb. -
xuus. ionuiiue to rule uigu. They are
now selling at 12Jal3j per dozen. .
FLOUR -Ex u a Ja7 50 per bbl.; Superfine
Ga6 50; supply limited.
GROCERIES No chaug in prices. Sup
ply ample for this dull season. . . T t
-',.- ; ; , ' . .: CiKiivvjTi, June li.
BROOMS A steady roaik- t, u-.tti a moderate de
mand. , Th-J supply U fair. We quote: ' -
SI 60rt?'$2 00
2 5uVa it 09
- 3 Odig 3 25
3 25 3 iiQ
BUtTE". The sui.oiy w ample . anrt the lonket
dnll; soo.1 to l-rliu-; I eutral Ohio si'li. at lUalle..aiid
Western Reserve, which is id lislit &uii;iv. u; li
CHEESE Tho demand e fair ami about -iu:tl to
the iuvply, which is tfooii. The wiles coiimr s." -.-
O0O boxes at 7c , for selected Western Kcscrvo, u t w ;
no out in market.
CANDLES AND SOAP The demand is moderate
for Candles, and goud for Soap, aad the market ia
urm. Wc quote:
Opal " 'full weight
Tallow ' double pressed
Soap No. 1 aud paiui.. ...........
(jet man. ... .........
FEATHERS No change 'iu prices, and Ihe demand
is good at 45a4oo for prime, ou arrival.
HAY. Ihe. s.iinly lias been ainplo during the
w?rk, and Ihe market is dull, ami toward the clrse
prices declined St per tun, prune Timothv in li
selling at Italy, u arrival, aud inferior hardly
salable at S10al3. Prituo sells from wagon at $lfta
18, with a good snpply.
HIDEr A good demand, aud the market lirui al
the following rates:
Dry Salted . .
Sheep's Pulls, (each) .
IRON The market has not changed; the demand
I moderate. We quote Ohio hol-blat Pig al SiTmD,
the latter rate for yards. W iiulice sales or Bloom
at Si5. Bir is Kteady at 2H'e.
I.l MBEK The conflict between owners and deal
ers keep up, iui.I continues hi pioveut the usual
amount of busmen heniir transacted. The owners
pay they will yard their lumber sooner than
meet tho views ol the buyers. Tho few fU-k made
during the week were at S13al4 'r M, as the raits
run. Mitngtes may bo quoted at S2 50aU 50.
l.EATHKK Tim market Arm, with a fair doin.il)
at the to I lowing rales, from store:
Sole, city tanned,' per ft 2732SC
Hemlock, do. do. - 2J(a)4e
Harness Leather , do. . 2?iji3nc
Skirting, ..do. .- - 2i')3;ic
CalfSkinf, per doz. $-!&t3?-i
Kip do do 3tK$10
Upper leather, per dos '. ' a.'V4l
Bridle do do. - - ! -1 5
Bough, V lb . - 242ft
OIL -Linseed may bn quoted at G3u64c., Willi but
a tiuutrtd detntud. lard unchanged, and ateaity at
850. Ketl t aud we notice, tcales T Tallow
Oil at 8c., though iu some cases 8c ha been oh
tai nod. There is a good eastern demand for thitf
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
The Greateit Remedy in the World, and the
s delicion and.delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strfetly a sci
entilic and Veet
t -roe ii red h v the
J littillation of Knots,
Herbs and Birk
Yellow Dock, Klool
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Daudelion eub-rs in
to its couipotiiUou.
Tbe entire active
of each inured lent
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
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More talLuiftcioos, cxbueratingJiter taking.
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me uiseawM sysieio. ana reuriuu toe siek.ii0eriii
ana ueumiaieu invana iu uea'.tii auu Strength.
WTLI. FFFCTUALI.Y CURE
I.tver Complaint, lypepsla r jr ann
Chronic or Nervous Vehi lily, Diseases of the Kidneys,
wi aii maeases amine irom a oi.orneixt uver or
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tntion of the Heart, Fullness r Weight iu the
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Pain in the Small of tho Back. CheKlor Si-le, Sudden
Hushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, i'nbiul
Iireams, Languor, I'espondency, .r nny Nervous
Disease, Sores "T Blotches, on ihe Skin, "and Fever
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Over a Miliou of Bottles
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relaxed and unstrung organization is restored lb ils
pristine health and vigor.
9IAKRIEP rCIlSOXS, ' -
or others conscious of inability, from whatever Canoe;
will And Mclean's Strengtlieuiiig Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and all who mav h.-ive in
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y : - Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
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Obstructed or Difficult Uenstruatiou, Incontinence of
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Sailer no lonver. Take it according to directions.
It wdl tftimnlate, strengthen, and invuorate you and
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every bouie is warranted to give natouacti-m.
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C ACTION. Bo ware of -DroKgisU or Dealers wbo
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lust as KOd. Avoid such mea. Ask for McLean's
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the only remedy that win puruy the Klood Uior
oorhly, and at tlie same time strenirthen the srstem.
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a certain preventive for Cholera, CtiHU and Fever,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It is put up
in Urge bottles.
Prkie only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for 5.
J. H. MeIJ.'K.
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also. AlcLean'i Y4-
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Principal Depot on the corner ot Third and Pino
streets, St. Louu, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BKttBY IaiOYnXT,NashvUle,
aad ail respectable Druggists everywhere.
A GOOD Second -baad Carriag for sale at a bar
Cain by BEJJJ. F. bHItLDa It CO.
r .1 a
THE HOWE SGO
An aperient and stomaehie prenaratioa ef
TRUU purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen, of high modical author.
u aad exlraordtaary efficacy in each cf the
foilowintr complainn, viz. :
03IIJTV. NfcfiVOUS AFFECTIONS. 7KA-
CL4.TI0V DYSPEPSIA, DiAltKHEA, C0N8TT
PiTlON. .SCROFULA. SALT RHEUM. SCUaVY,
Jaundice liver complaints rheuma.
TISM, MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, TNTE2.
KITTENT FVEE5, NEURALGIA. CHRONIC
ffnADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS. MIS-
WEXSTRUATIOif WHITES. CHLOROSIS, etc..
PIMPLES Oli THE FACE. ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, cti
The IRON heiae absorbed by the blood, aad
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can ecaw their truly wonder
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
conFuxert With it. Impurities of the blood, fie
pre3sion of vital energy, polo and otherwise
sickly complexions judicata its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. Li all rases of
female debility (flnor albas, chlorosis, et;.), iu
ctt'ects are dchghtiully renovating. Nt remedy
an ever been discovered, m the whole hifctory
of madicine, which exerts sunb prompt, happy,
aad Tully restorative elfccts. Good appetite, eom
plcte digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witl an unusual disposition for active and
cheerful execise, immediately fellow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it ba-3 no superior and no substitute.
Put np Iu ilea.' flat metal boxes eoiltnlnlnt;
0 viltls. price OU -ent lwr iwi ; six (Mixes.
J-4 ."0; we :zei txtxes. 4- HO. For talc by
lirntrtlsts j"frally. AVIll x Kent free to
aiiv alli-e- ou -eeeltt ot" tlie ri-e. All let
teis, oil i k ., hJoilil le Mtldmtaed to
R. B. LOCKE & CO.,
' 3.TJ IIKOAOWAT, Tl V.
Iv.R.Tlte above Is a fwe-alnUl of the
labtl on each box.
ki:hs, oliw lioaKSKNfeas n
I-M'Llk.VZA, Ikkitjitiov, Sokknvhk oi
any all.-etM.n ol the Throat CLUKD
t!i lia:Kivo rori;a 1.1 Coxst-aeiios
tlKO.VI' nix, Wiioopimo CwiiH, Asm
ha, Caut.imkh, KKLltVKIi b
HK't'.t N'S IIIMVCill AL TROCHKS
ur Iociih laizsCKS.
" Aiimj'U and eleyant enmhtnnli-trifor Coi-aiis.&c.
Dr. i. h . Hmki.,, Boston.
" recoHMteml Uieir utetu I't si .nu-i"
Itcv. K. H. Ci'A-v ,cw fork
" Mottsalulary rtlUf in HKiNnn,i.:' - -
kev. S. SmiritiKD, Morrisluwa.lMiio.
" Mrneficial whrn ctmtjrlteil iu tjml, suffi-rinj fri
Coi n." 1U.-V. S. J P. Andkkso.n.SI. la.nis.
,; EfTecltial in renumj llaarrmes aitd Irritation
the tkrval, 91 eummttu wtA SrKAKKUH and imikrm."
Prof M.STACY JOHNSON'. La.'ran". lia.
Tuacher of Music, Southern Female Col k-pe
't.-.Mlorit tphen laien before and after ttimrh
no. tu Ikey prrccvt Hntirtrura. from tkrir u effect
liKituc iitcg HHii oe of itermanrnl uJeaumvA-- to me."
Rev. K. K..WI KV, A.M.,
. President AUieus College, Tenn
Sold by all DruKgiHU, at 25 een per box.
ALso, Buowm's lixaTiva I i;x:iicm. WAari Lasen
get, for Uifspetuiu , iiutujtMiuu , ConstiuatiuH,Ueaiia..k
UUMHtl JlJJftiVimS, .EC.
S-j Time lo Wait for llie Dotlur !
BOLTT these times all chil-tren will eat itreen fruit.
XA. At auy moment of day or uihl, they are liable
to beattaekeil hy Ctinlera Morbus, 1'yeutery or Di.
rrhmi. No time then Ut send lor the doctor. The
taiKfeuberg Dysentery Syruu instantlv relieves al
sujIi cases. No family ought to be without it in the
house. Its prouiplm-Mi has saved thousands cl valu
ble lives in Teuucssee iu the past few years. Only
ao cents a n-iiie enou-ii i .r a wiiole family lur a
whole Bea.-ou. A Iresh lit just received.
Iiiayl5-tf r JIAf KKN.IE A SlIMTHN.
i. S. SPKllKV. UKSKV sl-kliKT
J. N. & H. SPERRY.
ComuiisMou, lieceiviug and ForwaidiuS
AND DEAU-JfS IN
Pure Wines aud Krandies.
Also Iloiiif slic Litiuors, Tobacro, Cigars, te
No. S3 Market (street, Gordou's Block,
NASUV1 L.L.K, TBNAKSNKE.
T TAYtXfl associate"! our-lves together for tbe
JLX- thrt purpose ot transueiiui; a Gtu-ral Grocery,
luinishKfU ana ivee.ei v mg uutifurvju'diJi Business
wc lee I assured, from a hu exjierieDoo in this busi-
ue.s, that we can give suliH.icn-.n luall who may fa
vor us with iheir atron.-igo. It is our iiileutiou t)
a.... ...... ... ... 1.. -a ... .......1 . ..1. .
ni v turkuiii i:i m'ir . .ru 3U..k m t. TO
ce'iet, Wmes and l.iqu'H-fl.aiid our del-riii-nalji n to
sell them as cheap as they csu hu bought elsewhere.
J.N. kll. SPFiiKY.
We are now receiving a large and complete assort
meat ui Groceries, Which , Liquors, Cutts and To
bacco.t. which we in vite your uettiou. our stock
consists iu part if tht following articles:
Kugar and Coffee.
50 bli.is. Sugar;! - . 10 boxos Boston Loaf;
ISO bbls Jiow. AoruslidO; 60 bbl.'. M- l tsi-es: '
bo iin conccsugur, 10 bag-"w itimore Coffee.
Wines aud Liquen.
60O bbls rectiiied IV Lisky; in do NVwsom's do;
so do Kobiusonct-. u.; io p ;gs 111 audy, Wine ,Gm
' Sundries. .' " " '
500 boxes 55tar CaudKs; ;00 i.kss'Paiins;
COO kegs Nils; HW box lickiua A Cats p:
loo boxes tuae; , tO ao Oyt-ters:
WiO gross Matches; 1"K) boxes Tacks;
loo lo Mason's Blacking ; :too reaiug Wrap. Paper;
a Doxesuarreti s cuuu; iou ii jue. raper;
6H reels Cotton Untie; 1O0 bags Shot;
U.O doz Painted Uneketii; -O keH Bar Lead;
6 nests do lolls; loo kits Mackerel t isn;
o9 do Wxsh BoartB; 60 ba-.s Pepper Jk Spice
fKi coils grass & lulu Hope 100 boxi-s tlround G'-aeet
500 boxes Glassware; and l'eptier.
SOU drums Smyrna Figs; '
Cigars anl Tobacro,
50.000 Henry Clay Cgars;
6P,0is Naplisn d;
2,6iiO lt CompctitHiu Cigars, imported;
ljJ'OO German Cigars, various hrauds;
IO11 liroi SmoKing Tobacco;
Boxes laogn.ru ft Ariuistead Tobac o;
25 1. J. A. Clay do;
S5 do F- 1. .White . . 4a- ,
60 .do TesoeHsee Tvbaoco.rariAua brands
And many other articles too numerous to meutiocl
J. N. II. SPKKRY,
msrl9-tf . 63 Market tt., Nashville, Teas
or a uti rs
Can 1; united nowhere better than at
?riKNNE JLA31BERT & CO.'S
Colonnade Building, 83 Cherry Strett,-
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ItOSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS-
8 W. Corner of Broad and KarketstrseU,
if ashvllle. Tenn-
TXTX are prenartvt to execute orders Tor DrDZ
v . and Medicines and all articles ornaia-
Ingtothe Drug Buautejui, with despatch ad at the
lows market price.
Tho same attention will be given as heretofore to
have wvery article of as rood anal it v as renroaentod
and ia bo instance wlil anything be put Bp that is of
a aouiiuuior nopn nmcateu character.
It is our inteutww to snaistain the repatatioa we
have sUblished iu sailing none but rare lrugs aad
Metucines.and. we, therefore, invite yon to exam in
ear aback before buying elsewhere, believing weeaa
allow yon inducements seldom onrred in this or any
other .Southern city, in addition to Drags wo havt
coaataaiUy on baud a large stuck of Perfumory,
!oapsnd Toilet Articles, While Lead, LinsMd Oil,
TarpeatUtO YataUhw, L qu-rt and Wmes for medi-
S College Street.
u iTf v irrri7rTVi -t.
Save Jhc Tieces !
At aeruhmtt wi7l iajftm, in wetJ Ttfttlah
fimtlist.il is very desirable to bare some cheap and
ru v-oieiil way for repairing Furnuure, Toy .Crock
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE -
m.-els all men eu.ergt neies, and no household can
afiord to he wiiliout iL It is always read v and op lo
the slickine: poiui. - There is-no longer a necesMi
ir limping chiirs.piikicred veneers, headless dolls
at brokeu tra.ll. s. U is jimt the sriusie lor cane
shell, and other . rnamuial work, eo popnlar witb
laiiies of reliuemeLt and taste.
This admirahie j reiiarauon is used cold, being
chemically held in solution, and possesiD(r all the
valuable qualtities d ttie best cabiuet-maker's Glue
It may be used iu the place of ordinary, mucilage,
being vaeiiv more a-ibesive. -
"CSLFl L IN hVEltY HGCSG,"
N.B. A Brash acevmpamre each bottle. Price,2octs
Wholesale Depot, No. 4H Cedar New York.
Addre HEA'BY C. SP ALDINO C0
- lioa, No.5,bei..'ew York.
Pat op for Dealers in Cases containing Fonr ,Eii:ht.
anU 1 welve liosenn a beautiful 1 Jil.ri.ni.i k..
-aru acronifny nip tach iackage.
A -.inttle ImjUo ot SPALDING'S PREPA.Er
GI.Lt; will save ten times Us coat annually t ver
hmiseb.ild.'-iCa - "
Sold by aii .romn,ent Stationers, liruggists, Hard
ware and Ftrulture leaiers, G risers, and Faacv
Country mervnauis slmcld mke a note of SPAL
DING'S PKKPAKEl) GLCF, alien makiDg up Ueb
Usu li wilt stand any climate
janlO-ly . -
Tilt; IliVLVG MA61ZLE.
II E HANDSOMEST 1 WKkkT.Y
NEWSPAriK IX the wohld!
T WENT Y Fr I R PAGES.
A Superb Cusraviug Weeklf..
A CHOICE PitVli OF MUSIC L' EACH NUIIBSIT.
CO.VlSt.XIXG Tlllf ATTKACHOSS OF A F1RS1
Kl' JiEl JilV, A JOCRXAL OF
FASHI0X AXD AST, A XD
THE 1'OJ'CLAK WEEKLT XEWSPAPER.
The Qrst Lumber of the Second Volume will be
ready ft,r ueiivcry oa MONDAY, JCXE I8U1, 18C0,
with nu accurate
PORTRAIT Oj?v7A6inNGT0If IRVING.
A rich colli-ction cf choice reeding matter, con-ti.-tiug
of 0KIGI.V AL A tFXECrtD SKETCHES, each,
complete ia itself ; 'OETRY, ESSAYS, EDirOKIALS,
dUSIC, axd ILLUSTRATED ARTICLES om ras Toilst
xso BotiHua, prejiared by tbe best writers on such
su bj rets known . .Single Ccpia Jar SeAe by ail Xewt
ttealai, 6 Cents. Subscriptions for Six Axontus.
1 Mi One Year, $3 00 Four Copies for One Year,
With aiy one of Irving' Works, as selected.
-.catly bound in calf, a premium to the gctter-np of
Teu Subscriptions $o CO
With two volumes, as a premium.
Those desirous if obtaining a copy of the 8rst vol
ume can do so upon reuniting $2 for it, haudomely
bound, or ) in monthly parU.
aPFCIMKM NCMBERS sent POSTAGE FKEE ou re
ceipt of Two Threo Cent Postage Stamps.
C. Z. FOND ft CO., Publishers. 15 Snrnaa
Street, New-Ycrk, to whom all letters most
Dealnrs will'snud t'aoir orders to
UOSS Jc XOUSEY,
; WHOLESALE AGENTS,
junel2-5t 121 Nassau ttreel.N. Y.
Ilousc-Kf epers, Atlenlion, '
rpil K a-teutiou of the readers of the I ntriot, the
MACKIlNZIK A MlNt'llIN. lo ihn .t-ll... -a..
ators aud cheap Frod Jars with whs h U,r V are now
luppiying our citirens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted lurnutlin? .11 ..r i-
and Berris. Ihey are durable, simple and cbrap
and the demaud lor ibeia is so great that already
ueariy three huudied rnizen have been sold.
H1B1TS OF (,001) S0CIE1T.
. Hand Book for Ladies and Gentlemen
This U not, as might be inferred, a collection of ut
forms, ceremouied., points of etiquette, and eonven-
..ouaiuum. written ty a person well cMiversant
with the world, aud, withal, a deep tuinker.a sage
reasouer, and a correct moral U.L It will become a
sttndard work on IabiUai Mar n .... .na . II - A
- w.u UM
U way into every library. For sale by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
myll , . i.. : ' .4 No. 88 Cnioa streaL
THE eopartnerEhlp heretofore existing between
the nudersrirucd. under the st vie or l'ii.. .-a '
K-trknairiek, is this day dissolved br im, "'.
ect A.W. Fowler reilrinc. The busmen w.e ,
uture be conducted by S. Kirknatrick. who i."
auUiorixcd lo settle the busiuessot tlut ld drm.
A. w. yoWiAat,
apr30 5 -, - ' s. KliiKPAlEICK. '
'pHE nndersiime.l having retired from tbe firm of
X Fowler k Kjrkpatrick.baviog sola out mn- I
ore wlerest therein to S. Kirk Patrick, respectfully
tenders his ihan.s to tbn customers of tlie Urm for
Uieir patronage, and se'x'ls a continuation of raid
patrouage to nia succe
A. W. FOWLER.
atlies' French Dress and Pack
42. College Street, .
I'EaLEK in -
Ladies' and lieiitV Fine Trunks.
HAS received a liuonal Supplies ot Ladies' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of tue latest styjcs. Lest
taiglifdi Silo Leather Steel bpring Trunks- La-iies'
Bonnet Boxes, suigle and couble top; Values Baas
Ac.,c.,lor sale at very low prices. . "
june2-U , , . . - e ,. JOHN RAM AGE.
JOIliVS V CIlOSIaEY'd
Improred Cniia. Vmi Cement Koofinj.
tmc cusarvsT axn most dcaabls ananifo is trss. It"
is nu aad warm raoor. it can be applied toXEW
aud old dooFS or atx kimm and to old shaigkj roots
wiik&ut remueing the ikinglei.
TdK COST 13 ONLY ABOUT ONX-THIKD THAT OF
TIN, AV0 li TWICE A3 DURABLE.
Ctrrra Panes t Cuikvt for preserving and repairing
Tu and Mutal Bonra of every deacrlpuos.
From its great elasticity, m not icjured hv the coo
tractiot and inaior bt ix;eul,ii xnU nut ernck
in eeid sor nut ia wn weather. Tbeae materials
have been thoroughly tested tu New York and all
parts of the Southern and Westers Sutes.' aad w.
cas givs BbustUBt proof of all wa claim ia tmur
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
trifling expanse. . . ...
"NO HEAT IS REQCIHEP - ' . ..
Thess materials are pot up rowdy for sae, and tbr
sbippmg to ail par U of ihe country , wait lull priatod
directions for application.
Fall descripUv. circulars wills forwarded Oa ap
plication by mail or In per sua, at oar principal offi
ces. HO BKOACWAY, feppusue SL Nx-holas HoUL)
N. Y., 341) FCLTO-N SX.;(oppos!tCity BaU ) BKOOsU
LYN. AOHNS A ClUJeLKY.
TVT O W is tbe timd" to pot them op. The soct war
it is Temper's Yellow Stoae Jar tbe beat mad the
Kk KJGEB ATORS. If yon want your batter hard,
yvar Frails cool. jMir ateou SI for the table, and sav.
your Ice get os. of osr best Pbiladelpbta Retrigera
ton the moat economical aad the boat artk-la k tho
market. MALXENZ1S It allNClUN,
mayla-U , .
K( BrSHXLS er Wait toaas. Just rceoivM as. '
UKJ for saw ky A. JKNAIN4,
No. 14 ttoath sLtrkrt St.
A new lot of the best Gold Psns, cst receives by
JuacS-tf JOHN Y0HK k CO,