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THE ONLY PEEMAXESTLY ORGANIZED BAND
K THE CITY, will attend to all tills fur music petit
at home and abroad, giving entire saticfactioB or no
charge. ne Band is composed of .
with a complete set of sew silver Instruments.
- All calls for mese,.for fucerala, ple-uica, sere
nades and Jubilees, will be attended promptly.
W. L. HOEX,
Manager ana conductor, -epr27-ly
" 15 South College Street-
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCLNTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL. REMEDY
- A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS ' - -
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT I TRY IT I
TRY IT I TRY IT!
YOUN'G llfcN who are suffering rroin thee fleets
youlhfulindiscretion can be surely and per ma
aently restored by using the
A QUA VITA E ,
A Remedy of Great and Certain Power.
Ihisremedv is put apia small vials. and can be
sent by niailto any address. A trial will satisfy.
Csfitfora week, and yo will experience a great
bent-nt. A cireolar containing rail particuiars.sem
(tree) on application. Price, per bottle $1.
One bottle wiU.'&st a montn.
N B ThUrcmedy issuitablefor cithersex.
OJJ27-U 4T Broadway New York.
jff for pretty and cheap Dry Goods call on
Nicholson & Humphrey at Xo. 22 South side ol the
Square. They are receiving daily a fine stock of both
fancy and Staple Goods which they are selling a Ut
lie cheaper than any other house in the city.
From the New York Dispatch, Oct. 1, 1859.
SoMmuxGfOBTHC Ladies. A new invention has
recently appeared, which, although useful to every
body , is specially claimed by the Ladies, as being ex
actly suited to their wants and requirements. They
are delighted with Spalding's Prepared Glue. It
brings tip no disagreeable associations of sticky glue
pots and stifling odors, but is merely a clear transpa
rent liqq-J, In a pretty little bottle, with a small ac
companying brush, Ct to stand on the daintiest toilet
table in all the land, with cologne and China trifles.
And so useful it proves, too, if any accideut happens
to the ten thousand little knick-knacks that ladies de
light in. No sending to the manufacturer for re
pa rs, at an expense scarcely less than would attend
the purchase of a new article. A few of the Crystal
drops, skilfully applied by fair fingers, will set all
right. For Turniture, Tor work-boxes, Tor books, for
everything, it is a perfect little family physician !
TLe amount of money that one of these bottles can
save in a month, would seem almost incredible, and
Ladies rely oa their Prciared Glue as a sort of a ma
gician that can tffect everything. And they know,
too. When any article of domestic form meets tho
enthusiastic sanclion at their hands that Spalding's
Prepared Glue has received, you may be pretty sure
tts souMrthu-g worth having on ycur closet shelf.
Stoxk Motrrnm, Jan. Slh.lSGO.
Messrs. Clark a Feixxn Gent: My wife was very
much aSLcted with scaly tetter on her feet and hands
and after trying one of the best physicians in the
country, and finding no relief, she, by chance, get
hold U one bottle of your Ambrosial Oil, and lound
so much relief that I ordered two doxin bcttl;s from
yoa at Nashville, seme three months sinc, and the
use of three or four bottles has made a complete cure
of the disease. She was almost past going about
hen she used the first bottle. I have sold all I
bought, and want more. I am in business at this
place, and think 1 can eeU a good deal or the medi
cine. You will please send me three doiea bet lies,
and I will remit by return mail. Send it by exjrets
to me at Stone Mountain, DeKalb county, Ga.
JuneiO-lw JAMES ETHEIfC"..
An m it it I For tho rXSTANT RELIEF and
S 1 H Jl il j PERMAN ENT CURE of la-1 dis
tressing complaint use
Made by CB. SEYMOUR A CO .,107 XAitfAU Sr.,X
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGLSTS.
The Legislature oT the State of Georga having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of lotteries within its jurfa-dic
lion, after the L-tdiy or June, 1860, we will on that
day, remove our entire business to Wilmington, Del.
WOOD, EDDY A CO ,
Owners and Yanagers of the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentuckf Sute Lotteries.
To repeal all laws, and parts of Iaw3, authorizing Lot
teries in the State of Georgia. a1 for otaer pur
Sectjox 1. Ike General AtsanUy of Georgia do enact,
That from and after the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Sx.y ,all laws and parts of laws author
izing Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or the vend
ing of Lottery Tickets in said Sute, be and the same
are hereby repealed. -
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1558. maj 15-f
16 YEARS OLD.
WE have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
from North Carolina, sid to be sixteen years
old which we believe t" be strictly pure, and as
LELLYETf & SMITH.
A L S O
IN bond, a cask of James' Hennessy Brandy, (Yin
tare of 1858), which we think will Miit the most
faKidiouspabu. LELLYErT SMITH.
a r, s o
A LOT of choice Whisxy, in store since 1853, and
which defy competition.
LELLYETT k SMITH,
funeft-lm Nos.lOaud 12 Market street.
SNYDER & PEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment or
LADIES' Freach Dress Tranks ;
da. Sole lalher do;
an. Cabinet" do; (a new article,)
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks;
do. do. do. do. Valises, (Ashiand and oth
er styles:) which they are offering at very re
duced rates. Call at No. 21 Public tqimre.
Ladies 51 pes and Gaiters.
LADIES fine black Congress Gaiters, with heel;
Lace - "
brown Congress " " "
Jt bl'k button
Kid Slipper3, with and without heels;
together with other styles of Ladies' Misses' aud
A large ar.d superior Ftock of Gentlemen's wear,
consisting of -
Patent Leather Gaiters and Strapt Sooee;
Calf Congress aad Oxford Ties;
FxgCxlf " " " "
Lairing " .
The above goods are all fresh aaJ of the best qual
ity and which we are offering at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Publ Square. ,
joaeT-tf Bcac SNYDES A FRIZZELL.
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
W baT on band se-reral hundred doxen Quarts
and Half Galwa of these famous Fruit Jars.
Tb simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
UtLm preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest s Jars preserve n-awBcaaz!
Tempest' Jars preserve KasrfcouDxs I
Tempest' Jr preserve Bl4CUTjues !
' ' " Tempest's Jars preserT Ptx Piaxrl
-4 ! m Purni f
innpcn . w . . f '
TwnpeM's Jars preserre Pxcm !
Tempest's Jar preserve Qciscss I
Tempest's Jar preserve Cuum ! '
Tempest's Jars preserve TojfiToral
Km have a full supply of Arthur1 Glut a. Stone and
tin Jars of ail aixea. . -
ALSO-Ludjow's Chess and Tin Jars, all sues
whicA we are offering at cost price, as we (eel assured
Tempest'a Stone Jars
mast supercede aH otber. -jun6-ir
- MACKENZIE A MINCH1N.
Godey'. ladies lioofc for Jul r,
Jos, received "by . ."' JOBS YORK k CO.
Juncl2-4f ' . - ." -: ' - ""
' Dickin's New Book,
HOKT STOKIE'i, Just- received and for sate by .
fUD12-tr: V. , , - JOHN YORK A CO.
w RCHHELS New York Mercer PoUtoes, good
IUU for ealtn; or fUuUing, Just rtc'iveA and loi
sale br t A JikI'?s;
WEDNESDAY HORNING, JULY 4, 18G0
UOCK CITY MILLS.
, RETAIL PRICES.
"Bell' Flour in ags J , in half bags
Old Hickory do . " 4 25; " 2 15
Eagle - do. ' . 3 W; " 1 a
MixcdBran .pcrlcot v8..nneiwuer
Corn ileal, perbughel.il Cft.
Delivered to ill parts of the city. ' - sep21-ly
J10VESEXTS OF THE RAILROJDS.
Departure of Paiieneer Trains.
NasimiiE A Chattanooga 4 A.M., 3 P. M.
TiNNEssxEft ALaRiXA 4:15 A. M., 3:00 P.M
Lons villi AN ash viiLT 5:00 A.M.,7:20 P-M
" " GailatinExpressStOO P.M.
kdoefield & KzrrccxT 6:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M
Arrival ofPaisenger Train.
N'ashviu.e&Chattaxioga 5 I'- M.,8 A.M.
TssjTBftOT k Alabama 10:00 A. il., 5:00 P.M.
Locisvitxs A Nashville O A. M , 5 :00 V. M.
" Gallatin ExpresE9:OOA.M
Edokfikld k ExxrccKT IO A.M., 7 P. M.
Jtf We are authorized to annoonce W. S. CHEAT-
1IAM for re-election as Councilman for the 5th Ward,
at tho ensuing Maniciial election. junc7-te
JJJ- We are authorized to announce ANTHONYS.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 5th
Ward, at the ensuing Municipal election.
Ax IsTEREsnxo Narrative. A wander
ing Republican made a pilgrimage t the
hearthstone of Hannibal II a mux Eome lime
ago, and writes a deeply interesting narra
tive of the affair for one of the Northrn
newspapers. He tells us at great length, that
when he got to the residence of the copper
colored candidate for the Vice Presidency,
he "knocked at the doer" one of the child
ren having broke the bell-wire the day be
fore no doubt, and Hannibal had n't bad time
to have it mended. "Fine, healthy-looking
farmer's daughter" opened the door. Pilgrim
said "how're you, mam," aud enquired "is
Senator IIamun tu hum!" "Tu hum, but
not abeout the heoase," was the thrilling re
ply. "Where is he?" asked Pilgrim. "Deown
in the field at weork," was the reply of the
"fine, healthy-looking farmer's daughter."
Pilgrim goes down to the field , and finds
Hannibal and his eou (probably named As
drubaL or Hamilcar) gathering pumpkins.
Pilgrim then goes on to say, with admira
tion, that Hannibal (with the help, it is pre
sumed, of his son Asdribal) cultivates a
"farm" of about twelve acres, on which he
raises pork, beans and pumpkins enough to
supply his family with provisions all the year
round. Pilgrim learns from Hannibal that
he has corn to sell nearly every winter, and
sometimes sells as much as twenty bushels a
year. Pilgrim having gathered these inter
esting facta and statistics, goes to the house
and diaes with Hannibal. Everything ou
the table "supplied from Hannibal's own
farm.'" Sees ilfs. Hannibal. Also the
"fine, healthy-looting farmer's daughter,"
who turns out to be Hannibal's. Pilgrim
Such is Hannibal ; such his farm ; such
his daughter. Great man, Hannibal. .
;zS""AIr. Breckinridge, the candidate lor
the Presidency of the fire-eating faction of the
Democracy, is going to Calfornia to slay un
til after the election. If elected he will prob.
ably come back, if defeated, he may conclude
to keep ou all the way round.
ilr. Douglas, being in Philadelphia, a few
days ago, on his way to New York, was
serenaded. He expressed his graditude to
his friends, and said he. had no political
speeches to make during the canvass it re
mained with the people to decide on the
ZdS" The Union and American, who has re
cently picked up some very remarkable po
litical information among the "oldest inhabi
tants," gives us, in its yesterday's issue, the
proceedings ot the "County Convention" of
the Breckinridge Democracy which, to a
very small extent, came off at the Court
House last Monday. With our usual enter
prise, we sent no lees than two special short
hand reporters to that "Convention," with
the intention of giving the full proceedings
in these columns. But they returned with
the report that nothing was doing in the
"Convention" and nobody to do it. The first
who returned was able to count but eleven
doses, even when the affair was in its "pitch
ot pride." When the second one left, the
number had bee a reduced to five that Is,
the Chairman, the Secretary and three mem
bers. This looked email for a Erecklnridgk
Democratic -"Convention," two days after a
ratification meeting "which is said, by Eome
of the oldett inhabitants, to have been the
most enthusiastic affair that has been witr
tiessed here since Gen. Jackson retired from
public life," and we therefore said nothiug
about it. But since our contemporary has
deemed the proceedings of sufficient impor
tance to appear in his columns, we regret
that our reporters did n't stay longer with
the hope of seeing more.
The Ethiopian Minstrels Great Fourtu
of Jclt Bill for To-night. The Ethiopian
Minstrels will celebrate the "glorious Fourth"
at the Theatre to-night, having gotten up for
the occasion a bill that everybody will pro
nounce a "regular screamer." It is a Fonrth-oi-July
bill, and should it fail to carry the
house by storm, Ethiopia need nrt seed any
more of her minstrels out this way.
The troupe of Messrs. Lono 4 Wells pos
sess more talent of their peculiar kiud lliun
any other band that has visited Nashville for
years. Several of them have fine voices, and
their instrumental music is excellent.
As we issue no paper to-morrow, we be
speak for the troupe now a good house tomorrow-night
and. the next. Go and hear
them, and you will not be disappointed.
Blacks errt Wine. The Paris (Ky.,) Cat.
ten publishes the following receipe, which it
says makes the best blackberry wine ever
Receipt for Making Blackbkrrt Wink.
Press the berries through a aeive, and while
doing so, pour a little water over them, in
order to get all the juice from them, then
strain the juice tbi-oogh a flajnel clolh, put
three pounds of sugar to one gallon ot the
liquor, then put it into 6tone jars, uncovered
or a very thin cloth over it, until fermenta
tion ceases, which will take six . or eight
weeks, skim it carefully every day, or oftner,
bottle and seal it np tight.
Salk of Mcles. There was quite a stir
among the mule feeders on Tuesday, and we
bear ot several sales at high prices. CoL V.
U-Kenney sold to J. H. Chiles, of Fayette, 71
two year olds for $13,000 or $183,10 per
bead. Frank Ford sold 100, same age. to the
same buyer, at $180 per head. John McClin
tock sold to John Evans, of Fayette, 39 at
$190 per bead. We also hear ot a' sale by
Bn. B. Groom, of Clarke, of 110 - two year
olds at $175 per bead, to Geo. Hall Jt Co
of the same county. -: -.. . -
- These are tip-top prices, though the stock
was, of course, of the first class. The mar
ket opens considerably better than it did
last year. Pari (Ky.) Citizen, lid.
A Bell and Evesett Bell A bell of
about 1.600 pounds weight was cast Wednes
day afternoon, at the foundry of . Messrs.
Henry N. Hooper & Co., on Causeway street.
The bell was ordered by the Massacbnsetto
State Committee of the Constitutional Union
Party, and is designed for use at the political
gatherings of the party during the Presiden
tial campaign. A number of ' Union men"
witnessed tbe casting of the Bell, and after
the work was completed three hearty cheers
were given for Bell and Everett Mr. Hooper
was also complimented with . three cheers,
and made acknowledgements of tie same iu
a few remarks. The bell bears several ap
propriate inscriptions. It is to be handsomely
oliohed, and will be ready to mate itself
eard in a few days lionton Courier lilA
A despatch from Washington, dated July
2, states; that Hue " Democratic politicians
have abandoned all hope of effecting any
accommodation . whatever between the re
spective candidates by a joint electoral ticket
or otherwise." -
Mobile and Ohio Railroad. We are in
formed that the tracklayers on this great
thoroughfare are rapidly closing up the gap
between Okolona, Miss., and Jackson Tenn.
The rails are being laid both ways, and have
reached a distance of about ten miles north
of Okolona, and about thirteen miles south
of Jackson. There remains yet about one
hundred miles of track to be laid, which, we
are informed, will be finished by the end of
this year. Six hundred hands, the complet
ment working on this road, ought,' we sup
pose, to finish it by the middle of autumn.
Keep in thk Shade. The reign of the
baleful Sirius has become a fearful tyranny
a red-hot reign of terror. Tbe cool breezes
that would come to soothe the aclting brow
and burning cheek are strangled in their in
fancy, and the sunbeams, the petted and
spoiled children of the tyrant on the throne,
delight in nothing more than in wringing
the hot drops of perspiration from the toil
ing sons of men.
It is too hot to work it is too hot to play.
It is too hot to do anything but to crawl into
an ice-wagon and go to the mountains. This
one might do, if it were not too hot for one
to undergo the fatigue of borrowing or col
lecting the money to pay one's expenses. It
is bo very hot now that the most accommo
dating man in town would 'nt help you off
with a loan of twenty dollars to save your
life, nor write you a check for that amount
if he owed you a thousand. ,
As you can't get out of town, the next
best thing for you is to keep in the shade as
much as possible. If you don't, the first
thing you know you'll find yourself knocked
down by a sun-stroke. About this time last
summer such knock-dowus were quite com
mon, and it was very little hotter then than
No Paper To-morrow. As the printers
will have a holiday to-day, no paper will be
issued from this office to-morrow.
River News. The River continues to re
cede slowly with about 20 inches water on
the Shoal s. N bat boats ot a very small
class are navigating it now.
There was but one arrival yesterday, and
no departures. The Matduke, a new boat,
on her first voyage, was the arrival. She
came in from Pittsburg, where she was built
for Capt. A. L. Davis. She is a remarkably
neat little boat, and draws only 13 inches
water. Her furniture and equipments are
elegant; and we hazard nothing in saying she
is bound to be a popular low water craft.
TJulou Prayer-ZrXeetins lor tlie Per-
petulty ot tbe Union.
Frederick City, Md., May 1, 1860.
Dear Brother : At a meeting of the
Young Men's Christian Association of this
place, on the evening of April 30, the fol
lowing resolution was adopted :
Resolved by the louna Men's Christian Asso
ciation of Frederick, Mdn That in view of the
distracted state of our country, and the
bitter unchristian feeling which pervades the
various portions ot our great confederacy,
mat the alter noon between tbe Hours or 3 aud
5 o'clock, of the ensuing Fourth of July, be
set apart for the purpose of offering up
prayers to our Heavenly atner and " giver
of all good gifts" for the perpetuity of our
glorious Union, and that the Christian Asso
ciations throughout our country be cordially
invited to unite witn us in bupplicatintr a
Throne of Mercy for his Divine interposition.
It was lurtttrir
Resolved, That the officers append their
names to the above resolution, and send a
copy of toe same to each sister Association in
In conformity with the above, we earnest
ly invite your Association to co-operate with
us in supplicating Divine Goodness for tbe
perpetuation of our Union, and the continu
ation of the blessings and privileges which
as a united people, we have thus far enjoyed.
in cnrisuau sympamy and fellowship, we
C. W. HALLAR, President.
H. C. Koehler, Rec. Sec.
A. Fearhake, Cor. Sec.
To the Cor. Secretary of Y. M. C. A., of
In accordance with the suggestions con
tained in the above circulate, the Young
Meus Christian Association of our city Will
hold a Union Prayer Meeting this evening at
the First Presbyterian Chureh, commencing
at 3 o'clock. The ministers of this city and
tbe members of the various churches are cor
dially invited to attend.
From the Frankfort (Ky.) Yeoman
iseply to ttio "Invitation' of Quleu
nr "clara," or bikd's-mst ootiagk.
When the purple mists of tw il gbt fold
Tae reary earth in their kind embrace;
When the moon smiles down from her a zure throuo
In the sparkling waves, ut her own sweet face,
When the midnight stars keep their tireless watch
O'er a slumbering world, and our thoughts roam
My soul goes forth in the soft love-light
To hold a trysie, dear friend, with thee.
Oh! yes, when tbe mountain breeze sighs low,
And the gentle rose bends down to weep;
And the lily folds in her velvet cup
The dainty butterfly, fast asleep;
When the song of the silvery tinkling rill
Brings many a dream f the past to me.
My spirit floats through the starry night
Like a wreath or mist, dear frieud, to thee.
Nash villi, June 18,1860.
For the Daily Patriot.
lMeture -The Lady Blanche.
Tiie dismal night-bird wailed from out the cypress
As evening g!oom3 were gathering near and far,
And dnsk came down, save where one wait
ing star, '
Shot lustres o'er the silent silver of the tea.
In sculptured porch, strolled Lady Blanche, and
as she came,
Her loosely flowing tresses back she swept,
; And set upon tlieir weilth, a broach which
Then feUered down beneath its darting threads
Then gazing far and eagerly on, along the
She stood awhile, but when she saw no beacon
Flash its red glimmer, thro' the deepening lines
- . She flung herself nut' -JiEg. on the tesFolated
Her thin, white fingers linked across her mournful
Hr face, as pallid as the marble where she lies.
AfUr a time, the moon puts forth her argent
And far away, the beacon fires burn freely. -So
no w the maiden tries agai n to . see .
A form approaching through the- garden, shad
ows dim. . -u
ris be at last!" ' She murmurs, stepping from that
-: stately place,' -
- iadrouud her tender feet Um yioldiug grasses
-cling, :- '-
Hir tears are dry b more a weak, dejected
V ' thing. - . . x ! i '
She soon is held all flushed and tremulous in Love's
- - embrace. ---- -- - " -
No more Is Lady Blanche' of haughty mien, 1 trow;
For see, with him she socks the depts of lat
; . , need bowers, , .
Through ranks of swinging lindens and the dreamy
- scent of flowers. ' .
Ah! happy hoartsl the cold world cannot see
- ' them now I ' ' " . . .. '
Happy and yet the waves begin again their mean, .
And from the cypress tUll complains that dismal
tone. - ' ' ' "
Datiusox Coustt, Juue, I860.--:--
Honey Hard to Collect.
By reason of which we are "offering our
large stock of CLOTHING -AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, very cheap for. Cash, or to
prompt paying customers on time.
WARD, BERMINGHAM A CO.
. - - Dailt Patriot Office, 1 , v
, Nashvtlle, July 41860. J
COTTON No Sales. ,
TOBACCO- Nothing doing in this article.
FLOCRv We quote superfine at $G$6
50; extra $77 50 Mil.1 Iu sacks $3 50
for extre, wholesale. ;
GRAIN White Corn 75 per bushel; mixed
65a70c. Oats 55 to 60c. per bushel.
BACON Is in request and scarce. We
quote shoulders at 8.; clear sides 114 lli,
hams 10 Jllc. f, lb. These are the buying
rates from wagons ; packers receive ic ad
vance on them. -
LARD Is in demand and sells readily at
MEAL Io selling at 80c bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 4C42 lb.
GINSENG 2530c. Q lb.
GROCERIES. The market is pretty well
supplied, but dull. We quote Fair sugar
8J S).; prime to choice 99c; in
barrels ilc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10Jllc. lb.,
crushed and powdered 11 J12c; Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4015c gal.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c.
COFFEE. Eio 14142c; Laguyra 14
15c, Java 1820c lb.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 40G0 ; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 C0$1 70 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS.- The following are the
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c , doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
and 400, 12c.
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2022c.
gallon, and country at 5075c gallon,
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50x2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN. $1 50 per cwt.
HAY $26 per ton.
BEESWAX 2Ca27c per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb.
CmcLtXATi, June SO.
Tbe Flour market still droops, and further conces
sions are submitted to. The general features of the
trade at large do. not promise any immediate radi
cal improvement, and as to how tbe season is to
work out Is a matter of conjecture. There is report
ed to be somo promise of an export demand, based
on the doubtful or bad reports of the crops in Eng
land and France. When the facts affecting the mat
ter may be known accurately enough to warrant any
movement in this country, is a question of uncer
tainty. Vhoufrh speculative operations on such a
ground are liable to be op ued up on tbe future ar
rival of any steamer, still such cbances are not to
be relied on by dealers.
Wheat is offered more freely and may be quoted
at $1 12al 14 for Red, and SI ISal 20 lor While.
Corn continues in good demand at 47c.
Oats are quits firm at SS, notwithstanding pretty
Barley and Bye are nominally as last quoted.
Whisky, less active at 17ic.
Provisions retain their active, buoyant tone, and
still incline to advance. Mess Pork, though sold to
the extent of 500 bbls. at $18 50, is now mo&tly held
at $19. Bacon sides and shoulders are held at 11a
9c.; Bulk do. at lOaSc. Of Bulk sides there are said
to have bave been sales to the extent of 200 bhds at
10c loose, and of a small lot at 10 15-103. The
sales recorded are 42 hhds Bulk shoulders at 8?ic;
10 hhds clear sidos, Bacon , at 13c ; 50,000 lb j . Bulk
sides at 10c.
Baltimobjc, June 30, P. M
COFFEE: Remains quiet, and me have no sales to
report, but continue quotations: Rio at 15i to 13c
for medium to fair; 14 to 14),'c for good to prime;
Maguyra at 14al4c; Maracaibo at 14c, and Java at
15al6c per lb.
WHEAT 'lhere was a better supply of Wheat at
market this moruing, but prices fur it were from i
to 3c per bushel lower. The receipts were about
5500 bushels. While sold at 132al5 3c for fair to
prime, and 1 5Sc for choice; old aud new sold at 1 40
to 1 60c: red broucbt 1 80:1 35c for fair to prime
old, and 1 40 to 1 45c for new.
An aperient and stomachic preparation tf
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com.
bastion in Hydrogen, of high medical author,
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following complaints, viz. :
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, EMA
CIATION, dyspepsia, Diarrhea, consti
pation. SCK0FTJLA, SALT RHEUM, SCURVY,
JAUNDICE, LIVER COMPLAINTS RHEUMA.
TISM, MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
MITTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS, MIS
MENSTRUATION, WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, eti.
The IRON being absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with, it Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (fluor albus, chlorosis, etc), its
effects are delightfully renovating. No remedy
has ever been discovered, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good appetite, com.
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit an unusual disposition for active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pat np In neat fiat metal boxes containing
SO pills, price 50 cent per box ; six boxes,
84 50 ne iloxen boxes, S4 OO. For sale by
Drngcsts. srencrallw. "Will be sent free to
any avddresa on receipt of the price. - All leM
ters, orders, etc, sJUooldL be auldresaed to .
. R. B. LOCKE & CO.,
. - General Agents.
' 339 BROADWAT, Bf XV
IT. B The above 1st fae-slnsile ot the
label on. each box. -
JCsT received a large supply of
NEW MUSIC, among which are
several Honrs by Foley Hall, J. K.
Thomas, S. C. Foster, and other cele
brated writers. fieces f rom Asher, T halberg, Wol
lenbopt Wallace and others i ....
- AUo,a large assortment of "Steinway & Sors,"
and otber . - - .
FIRST CLASS PIANOS,
Which will be sold at small advance oa coat. For
bargains come to - , v. r.
33 Union Street. - -
majU-dtwAw " ' JAS. A. JTCcCLUuE.
LAND FOR SALE.
I AM now offering for sale, privately , a portion of
my Itnd upon which I now live, about five miles
from thu city, immediately fronting Hyde's Fer
ry- nice. ?ua 'mount proposed to be sold is
boat . ; . ' ' i -i -
" Onev Dnndred" and . Trcntf-fiTe AciJ
Which Is as ftaa and productive soil as there is in the
eounty or State. There is beautiful building site,
which commands the view of the entire neighbor
hood and is well set la. Blue Grass, with a beautiful
growth of fine forest trees. - Between fifty aad sixty,
acres in fine clover land in growth; tbe baliioce well
timberod, tor all useful purposes.' There is also a
never failiug spring upon the tract, which aHorda
a sufficiency of water for all purposes. ' . - t
. Tho wishing to purchase a splendid tract of land
In a fine neighborhood, and with all other advanto-
fes, would do well to call and tee for ihecselves, as
am dttsirous of selling. '
For (, ids, Ax., apply to GLASCOCK k KEWSOM,
or to tae undersigned on the premise! .
BravUMrlwlm N. B. HIDE.
a a - j r
X-J a v s
DR. J. -H. MCLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and
Bloivd Purifier!- :? r
The Greatest Semeiy in the World, and the
- s delici out andldelightfol Cor- ; .
dial ever takes. ' - .
It is strictly a sci
entific and Veget
a b 1 e Compound.
procured b y the
distillation of Roots,'
V Herbs and Bark.
Yellow Dock, Blood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to Its composition.
Tbe entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly e x
tracted by my new
method of disUlling ,i
"y"- proauciug a aen . ,
BeiulT Uklll&cious, cxhilerattngalier l&Jtlflg.
spiiit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring the sick. Buttering
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL 1 FFECTUALLY CUEE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jaon
dice, - .
Chronic or Nervous Ncbility.lnseasesof the Kidneys,
and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver er
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acid
ity or 8ickness of the Stomach, Fullness of 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 Fyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers,
Pain in the Small or the Back, Chest or Side, Sudden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, FrighUul
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any Nervous
Disease, Sores or Blotches, on the Skin, and Fever
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Mil ion of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction.
Who, then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility
when MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will
No language can convey an adequate idea of the
immediate and almost miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in tbe 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 to its
pristine health and vigor.
or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause;
will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorough
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,
JTIcLean'a Streustlienliis Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, "Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary liischarge thereof, Failiug of
tbe Womb, Giddiness, Fainting, and all Diseases inci
dent to Females
Xlieie la no mistake About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate you and
cause tne Dioom ot neaiin to mount your cneek again.
Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, lat and ro
bust. Delay not a moment, try it aud you will be
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION Beware of Druggists or Dealers who
may try to palm upon you some Bitter, or Sarsapa
rilla traali, which tliey can buy cheap, by saying it is
just as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothiug else. It is
the only remedy that will purity tne mood thor
oughly , and at the same time strengthen the system.
One fciblespoonful taken every morning fasting, is
a certain preventive for Cbolera, Chills aud Fever,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease. It is put up
in large bottles.
Price only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for So.
J. H. McLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol
canic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY k DEMOYILLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAFS AND LADIES' FURS
No. 23 Public Square,
Valuable Town Lots
I AM offering for sal, " on reasonable terms, the
following property: 65 handsome Buildiug Lots
in tbe 7th and btti Wards of asbville.
Nine Houses and Lots of various dimensions, from
large to small comfortable residences at low prices,
in tbe city. . .
One double three story Business House on Broad
street, occupied at present by tiardcastle A Co.
Oue Tract of about 22 acres, three miles out on
the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, frame house
aud Well part of the Lucud or Crutchtr tract, good
Oue Tract of about 31 acrt , on tbe Murfreesboro'
Turnpike road, at its junction with the Stone's River
Turnpike one-half mile ont .adjacent to W. B. Lewis
and others my Brick-yar woperty.
One Tiatt or about 30 aci .E, eight miles out, near
the Murfreesboro' Turupik't Good improvements,
good water and timber.
One Tract of about 90 acres on tbe Franklin Col
lege and Stoue's river Turnpike, 7 miles out 30 acres
cleared, balance good timber and well watered.
One tract cf about 12o acres, adjacent to same on
tho East, fronts on said Turnpike over 2JC0 poles
nearly all good timber and oil good.
One Tract of about 150 i . es.teu miles out, near
Smith's Springs, one mile -aid a half North ot" the
Uurtreesburo' 1 urn pike, mostly well timbered, ab3ut
40 acres cleared aud several other luU aud tracts
of laud in Nashville and vicinity.
For further particulars call ou Nance An Woodwai.d,
No. 50 Cherry street.
Young Negroes at fair prices will be taken in ex
change for the above.
june25-lm . uaa JAMES M. Ml'RKLL.
OPT i J fci .
ALL applications for the Ekwt of the ''GAIETY
THEATRE" to be addressed to
CHAS. F. CUSP,
mar23-tf Box 497, Nashville, Teun
HAYING been appointed cole Agents for the sale
- sale or tbe above celebrated Mineral Water in
this city, will always be prepared to supply thote
needing it, with it fresh from the well.
Bclov wiU be found tbe opinions or some of the
Physicians of Louisville, as to its merits. . .
JO. G. BROWN a EVANS,
1 43, College Street, Nashville.
. OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS .
' Wo the undersigned, have had occasion to pre
scribe and watch the use of the Artesian Water, in a
variety of diseases, and we have no hesitation in de
claring it to be our opinion that it is an exceedingly
valuable remedy in many chronic diseases. Those
in which :ts use has been attended with the most
marked benefit thus far are, chronic rheumatism,
cutaneous affections, and some of the chronic disor
ders of the digesUve system.
The known chemical elements found in tbe water
of such a nature, and they exist in such states of
combination, that we have no doubt it will be
found in a more extended experience , in its effects to
bave as wiue a range ot'applcabihty iu the cure of
diseases as any mineral water knowu.
M. UOLLSMITH.M. D., Pror. of Surgery In Ky.
School of Medicine. -
U E. EWIXG, M. D.
W. A. HUNDLEY, M D .Supt., Louisville Marine
Hospital. - - - -
T. J. GRIFFIN, M. D.
JOS. W. PUTNAM , M. D., Sup't. Louisville Alms
J. W. KNIGHT, M. D.
AT this New Saloon on Market street, near Union
a substantial - "
L U N C II
will be regularly set every morning at 11 o'clock;
and every evening at B o'clock jan20-tf
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, .
Hatterand Furrier , "No. 23 Public Square. Nashville
msy8-U . ' . - . - ; - .
For Rent or Lease. ;
I WILL rent or lease my place near tba Murfrees
boro' Pike two miles from the city for tbe present
year, or with tbe privilege of five years. There is
convenient Briek Dwelling with Kitchen and good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior land suitable for
raising all kinds of marketing.
f feb22-tf - . . . : LOUIS LEWIS. .
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
-". Capital f 1S,000 allpald in.
OFFICE North-West Cornejofthe Public Square
Will take risks against loss or damage by ore
On Dwellings and other Houses, Goods in Store, tc -
-. ... v- ALSO - - . .--c -
Kitkion HtTociarainittn.Saagertof ta
'.: -' m;XTOj: - -' . ' ? --
JOHN M. HILL.' ' - , JOSEPH VAULX -i' " . -.
- JAMES CORKET - THOMPSON ANDERSON. -,
6. M. FOGG. ' 'JAMES ELLIS,
ALEX . ALLISON , N . E. ALLOW AY. . ?
'- R. K. GARDNER. " W. 8. EAKINV Z. i- -
, . TBOS.I..BRANSFOUD. ..- . V x i
; ,T jCSX?HVAWJS,PreUl j
A W, BUTLER creury - -oet2t
The Little Eeaufy, ,";..
By the Author of the Gambler ' Wife. " t
M ary Stuart, Queen of Scctts, by Reynolds. '
Dickens' 8bort Stories. .
Tbe Rbl aad the Rover;
Joet received by JCH; YORK k CO;, -uc:2-lf
28 Union street.
n "V ,
X S A
iEportnt to HoHss-keepers. 5
' E. IU DURKEE & CO.'S "V'
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURE,
butgrouad from fresh Bpicea, selected and cleaned
by cs expressly for the purpose, without reference
to cost. They are beautifcily packed in tin-foil,
(lined with paper,) to prevent injury by keeping
aud are foil weight, white tha ordinary Spices are
almost invariably snort. - We warrant tbem tu point
of strength and richness of flavor,
. BEYONO ALL COMPARISON, , . ..'
as a single trial will abundantly prove. .
Manufactured oniy by 5
E. R. DURKEE CO.
-'. febls-dawtr H Peart street. New York
FINE Ground Stock Feed, for sale low by
juneS-U EENJ.F. SHIELDS CO j
- For Sale.
1HAYE 10 or 12 a?ros of as pretty 1 md, near the
junction of Nolcosville and Mill Creek Valley
Turnpike, as lies in Davidson county, which I wish
to sell low lor cash. Apply to ".. R. Glascock A Co.
June26-tf . JNO. & PETWAY.
op a GurcDra ' -
Can be suited nowhere better than at.
ETIENNE LAMUEli P & CO.'S
Colonnade Bail ding, 53 Cherry Street
NEW A 11 It 1 V A LS .
' While Beans.
BUSHELS of While Beans, lust received and
for sale by A. JENKINS.
mar30-tf . No. 14 South Market st
Tlie Japanese Ilat.
ANEW style of Soft Hat, weighing only 1 ounce,
just received this day by express, at the fash
ioeaule Hat Emporium of FRANCISCO'S,
janel5-tf. . . , 23 Pnblio Square
. The Drab Pretii Ottar,
OIT entirely new design, at the Hat Emporium
junel5-tf 23 Public Square.
Flouring Mill for Rent.
fpHE City Flouring Mill, situated on tlib Cumber
J. land River, just below the city, is offered for
rent the remainder of tbe present year, with the
privilege of next year. Apply to Turner S Foam:,
Cherry street, or JAMES COKBITT,
june25-tf at the Mill.
IjvuUcs' lsonnet Boxes.
JUST received a large assortment of Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single and d.uble tops and trays.
Also. Ladies' Satohelk and Traveling Bigs, which
I offer very cheap for cash.
june23-tf 42 College street.
JOHNS & CIlOSJLEY'rf
Improved Gulla Pcreha Cement Roofing.
IS THK CHKArKST AXD MOST DURABLE ROOH.NO !- I'KK. It
is fikk and WATkB moor. It can be applied to xkw
and old Roofs or all kimm and to old sningle roofs
vnuumi removing me shingles.
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AND 13 TWICE AS DURABLE.
Gctta Tercha Ckkknt for preserving and renairinsr
Tin and Mktal Roofs of every description.
trom its great elasticity, is not injured hy the con
traction aud expansion of metals, and will not crock
in cold nor run in team weather. Thefo materials
have been thoroughly tested in New York and all
parts of the Southern and Western States, and .we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense.
NO HEAT IS REQUIRED."
These materials are put up ready for use, and for
shipping to all parts of tbe Country, with lull printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded ou ap
plication by mail or in person, at our principal ont-
es. 510 BKOACWAY, (opposite St. Nicholas Hotel.)
N. Y., 349 FULTON ST.", (opposite City Hall) BRCKJk-
. JOHNS A LKOSLEY.
DUUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO,,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL LBUGGISTS
S W. Corner or Broad and Market streets,
X7E are prepared to execute orders for Drnsra
V V and Medicines aud all articles pwria'u-
ing to the Drug Business, with despatch ml aL the
lowest market price.
The same attention will be given as heretofore io
bave every article of as good quality as represented
and in no instance will anything be put np that is of
auouottuior sophisticated character.
It is our intention to maintain tbe reputaticn we
have established in selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite yon to exumine
our stock netore ouying elsewhere, believing wecan
show you inducements seldom offered in thi or any
otber Southern city. In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stock of Perfumery,
Soaps and Toilet Articles, White Lead, Linseed Oil,
Tnrponliue Vvuisbii, Vq'nr and Wines for aaedi-
FOB, S ALE.
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & vsry Valuable,
TWO and a half miles from Nashville on Jv j V
the Murfreesboro' Turnpike Road. The jTi'i "j
dwelling is of Brick, built in modern stylo ttji
and very corumodiouF; containing 9 rooms
ot good siza, besides haLs, auto-chambers, chinu clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
A Heautiful Grove of Forest Trees.
The kitchen , wash room and meat house ru also
of brick with all nccest-ary out build. Lg, auu a
The place contains thirty-two acres of excellent
land, or which twelve are in II KAY Y TIMPIlH.
No bridge or railroad to pars, and the toll-gate will
soon be morel beyond.
ALSO adjoining the above, several Ceautiful
Building Lots, containing from six tu thirty acres
ono of seventeen acres, heavily timbered. p
These lands are well adapted to gardening being
near tbe city aud of free soil, clear ot rock. Foses-
For terms a ppiy to th) undersigned on the premi
ses, or at 33 College street.
juue25-dtf A. H.FORD.
Of American Portraiture.
Corner of Union and College Street
rrUIS establishment, the most extensive in the
I nt;l I i. i.nt i ii mm ,A It M ,Ka . f
the fashion and beauty of our country, which fully
endorses the sentiments of thousands, tbati t isthe
great EMPORIUM for
Pltotograplis! . ..
Jieiaiuot ype :
- and Ambrotypes!
AtthUbousea picturesarc warranted to pleaseur
no charge will bo made.
Wa wocldesDeciallyinvitethecommunityand our
friends i a general to visitour great Hallo I Portrai
ture, where pictures oi tne nwi ceieontieu aiaies
men and Divines can be seen, viz: His Excellency
President Buchauan, the Vice President, His Excel
lency Gov. Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V
Rr.n J. a . McEweu.Enh. H Foster, and a thous
and otbeisofcelel r'ty Bishops Pierce, Kavanaugh,
Early , Payne ,Bascom ,Soule .Andrews, anancv .vr
Edgar, Ac, tc. ,
- Copiesof theabovecan be had at alow price a
ny time. . . prl-tf.
Q HERRING'S SAFES, large slxe, will be sold very
low to close .consignment- -janel5-tt
- - J. W. WILSON. .
ANEW stylo of Soft Hat, or entirely new.deiign,
just received by express.
A. J. FRANCISCO, ;
may No. 23 Public Square, Nash villa, Tenn
So Time ta Wait for th. Doctcr I .
ABOUT tkeso times all children will eat green fruit.
. . - r a - A. . irr 1. 1 thav ars liable
1 atAuj uivuimtvi J " J -
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or Dt
rrbosa. No time then to send for tbe doctor. The
GrKfenberg Dyeeutery Syrup Instantly relieves at
BOJh eases. No family ought to be without It In the
house, its promptness has savea inouaanu. v -.--ble
lives in Tennessee In the post few years. Only
(0 cents a bottle enough fvr a whole CaimJy for a
whole season. X fresh lotjost received..
maylJrtf - . . , MACKENZIK 4 LMICH1N.
' English: Grammfitr. :
TOHN T. CLAIBORNE, recently from Virj.'inia.bnt
J now a resident of this city, and a teacher of
some thirty years' experience, proposes to instroct
classes ia Englia Grammar accHuively, diring the
coming: vaeauoa of th. Publw Schools.; H has
paid pirt-tieotar attention to the genius and ;rammal
ical construcUon Of the Euglwh language, itnd front
past success be is confident tliat he would give en.
tire satisfaction Io thos. who would favor him with
their patronage. For the convenience of iupils,
vould form three classes, to be located In the North,
Central and South parts of the city. His terms will
be moderate. - J" -.
His residence is hi Segier's btock.on High street,
where be can be found, or he will call oa upplicants
who will leave their address at his house. (
Mr. Claiborne Is permitted to refer to thi Rev. Dr .
Hovret I, K. J. Meigs, lac Paul and 3 . tVjrearl.. ;
JuneliMf . r . ..
-1 :- ..jr
niRt fniihort Corn:''
100 bags yaHf Healf i
8i9 bags Whit. Msal CoraJ-:
- - . - , -I--
Fresh Peaches. !
rff DOZEN Gaai Fresh Peaches Just received aad
I fj for sale by
aprll-tf JI12EJX, TSOOPTt Is CO.
F HAG AN, 41 College St,i has just received ta4
. following sew Books:
MOUNT VERNON PAPE . !
Complete m our large 12 mo Book. Price $1 SO.
Tbe Physiology er CommonXife,
by Gen. Henry Lewis, author of Sea Side Studies,
Life of Gortbe, etc.,x vol. , -
Th. object of the above work, diners from that of
all other works on popular science, in its attempts t
meet the wants bf tbe student, while meeting thof.
of the general reader, who is supposed to be wholly
unacquainted with 'Anatomy and Physiology. Tbe
many excellent treatises which exist are above sented
to the advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
and a facility of apprehension which can only hvu.
from a practical familiarity with subjects,
A History and explanation of apperritions, vision,
dreams, ecstacy, magnetism and sonambnlisn by
A. BxiBJtx Ds Boteaoirr, M. D., translated from the
French by Bobebi T. Hew, F. L. S.
Politicians Attention! M
THE POLITICAL TEXT BOOK, OR ENCYCLOPEDIA,
containing everything necessary for refcrenco of tbe
Politicians and Statesmen of the United Slates.
,. Fi-lntera Look Herd
I have en hand and for sale S.5C0 lbs. of New
Ink , warranted a No. 1 artic le.
I have just received a complete assortment of
Wades celebrated colored Job Ink of every tint aud
shade. F. HAGAN,
juneS-tf. 41 College St.
Mrs Southwortli's New Book,
Haunted Homestead ;
WITH HER AUTOBIOGRAPHY ;
MRS. SOUTH WORTH,
Author of Lady of the Isle, Lost Heiress, etc., etc.
bound fl 25, paper $1 00, for sale by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
mar21-tf No. S8 Union Street,
a. w. JOHNSOX, JR.
JNO. O. TRXAXOa.
Johnson & Treanor.
No. 6 Union Street,
Sjierif s Salts.
BY virtue of five venditioni exponas, to me direct
ed, and delivered from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May
term, 1860, 1 wul expose to public sale, to tne mga
ett bilder,for cash, at the Court-house Yard, in
the City of Nashville, on Saturday, the 21st day of
July, 1860, all the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate, which Edward tAwrenceanu c r. u. Jtarun,
then had, or may nave sine, acquired in and to the
loitowiug ucscrioeu rropeny, vix a, pan oi me tract
of laud knows as the Garrett, property and situated
on the north part of Nashville, and beginning at a
corner of an alley ou Haslums street, 179 feet west
of MuLemore street, aud running west y- rector
there about to tue bourn cast corner ot tiasiums io
North Nashville, thcuco north about 150 feet to an
alley of 12 feel wide, thence cast about 150 feet, to
another 12 foot alley, tbenue south about ISO feet to
tLe beginning Levied on as the property of Ed
ward Lawrence, to satisfy two judgments In favor of
Jas. B. Crai head, and two in favor of M. M. Brien.
and one in favor of E. 11. C hiidrcss,3r this June ,28 ,
lboO. Sale within usual nours.
JOHN K. EDMUNDSON, Sheriff.
By W. D. ROBEKTSON , Deputy Sheriff.
Tkkhs of Saik. The above described property
will be sold for oue third cash, and the balance on
lone and two years with interest.
Ladies French Dress and Pack
JOU X 1VAJL1 A ti K
4a College Street,
Ladies' aud tienls' Fine Trunks,
TT1S received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
fl Large Dress Trunks, of the latest styles. Best
English Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies'
Bonnet Boxes, single ana couuietop; vaiwes, nags
Ac. , Ac. , lor sale ut very tow prices.
june2-tf JOHN RAMAGE.
Extra Fiue Corn HI eal.
AN additional supply just receivod ier Glenwood.
Also, tilty barrels or the cheapest Food for Stock
in the market. waj.i.saiu.u3w.,
junel4-tf . No. 27 College street.
THE Atention of tbe readers of the Patriot, tbe
Ladies more especially, is requested by Messrs
MACKENZIE k MINCHIN.to tbe excellent Rcfriger
ators and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now
supplying our citizens. Tempests Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for putting up all kinds of Fruits
aud Berries. Ibey are durable, simple aud cheap,
and the demand for ibeni is so grettt that already
nearly three hundred doxen have been sold.
TIIE LURTD0LF SEWING
M: ACHiaST E
pHE Bartholf Machine has a larger arm thatouy
L other .60 Machine.
No. 25, College Street, opposito the Sewante
House. . apri!17.
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
tbe undersigned, under tbe style of Fowler and
Kirkpatrick, is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent A. W. Fowler retiring. Tbe business will in
future bo conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who alone is
authorized totetlle the business or the old firm.
A. W. FOWIJOt,
api-30 S. K.1KKPATRICK.
rTHK undersigned having retired from the firm of
J. Fowler A Kirkpatrick, having sold out his en
tire interest therein to 8. Kirkpatrick, respectfully
tenders his thanks to tb customers or the firm for
thoir patronage, aud soVc'ls a continuation of said
paironage to his succe
apr3u-3m - A. W. FOWLER.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, New Yorlt.
XTHEN completed six years ago tbe Bt. N icholas
V V was universally pronounced tbe most magnifi
cent, convenient and thoroughly oiganized estab
lishment of tbe kind on this continent. What it was
then it remains to-day without a rival in size, in
sumptuousnesf , and in the general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations
tor 1000 guests, including 100 complete suites of
apartments for families. Six hundred persons can
be comfortably seated at the table of iU thre. pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art has
devised tor the convenience aud social gratittcation
of the traveling public baa been omitted in its plan,
or is neglected in its practical details. ;The early rep
utation of tho house at home aud abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and Mr
home-like comforts and luxuries, has been enhanced
everr vear by the unwearied exertions of tbe propri
tors TREADWELL, WHITCOMB A CO
may21-3m - ' '
R. T. FLEMING,
11 K9 J 79 MU . " JT X
62 Union Street, 5 AJ5HYLLLE, .
, (BetweenCherry and Summer itre.ts.) ".
y Order itrom the country promptly atteud-ftt
May i i - - .
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE, for June;
Just received by F. HAGAN,
may29-tf' cc College street
Reynold's New Worfc.
The Countess afcl ii.Page.by G.W.M. Reynolds,
author of Mysteiieis of lAindon, Ac, Ac .. . .
Just received by - . JOHN YORK k CO.
inncS-tr j.' ? -', - , . .
If the. Grave Could Speak
WE should learn that one half of the children
bora die before they are Ave years eld. Give
eostreuc medicine to children, but at once resort
to the Uraefenberg . - " , ; -
The moat valuable medioine for young children that
baa ever been invented. - -
The- Ilealtlt Bitter, -;
Fo IS cents, will make fcair a gallon of th. kwt
Stomach Bitters known invaluable for weak consu
lt tione, dyspeptic Jiabita, biflious disorders darang
mint of the stetnaca and eoveu. r
weald iu them at the present change of lt jf" A.
: aprl-tf ; - MACKESZW H1NCHLV
LatTK Sale of Xtaoroaeb Bred Trf
tf sue sued eUer IXorse at troeitBiB
' Tarns. " 'Z'-'Z -' -
ON Wednesday, the 22d day of Anirnst next, I
wiU sell at Pablic Sale, between fifty and r
bead af Thorough bred and Trotting and v I
Horses, consisting of about fifteee thoreo'S i
brood mares, tne same Bcmbe'of trettip i
and tun balance jouDg stock of "both sor ..
Catalogues of stock Teady for diet;.
moeth previous to day of sale, and r' '
application te- Dr.D. 8w3Ar. -' '
.-. r iriv! . . )
'- Woodboru Farm Is ner I -ria3 v
legteB asd Fvaakfon Bajiraao. J
IS sotd oa six niourh' Ume, ful?y f''1lf' .
No.a.Coltog. street, ojpoide fcasee boese,
DICKS' cmTA nAIL.
; Rich French China Dinner Setts a large
assortment of new styles, some very fine,
At DICKS' China HalL
Rich French China Tea Setts, of almost
every style and size, :. .Z. . .. ,-
At HICKS' China HalL
' Rich French China Chamber and Toilet
Setts, r . .
- At HICKS' China liaH.
Rich French China Desert Setts,
At HICKS'. China HalL
Rich French Chiua Tete a Tcto Setts,
,.... At HICKS' China HalL
Rich French China Buread Sett
- At HICKS' China HalL
T?7o1 Vmnfh Hliitift Ifanllff Rwtta'
At DICKS' China Hail
Rich Crystol Cut Setts, :
At DICKS' China HalL
Rich Water Setts, French and Bohemian,
' At HICKS' China Hall.
The Best Silver Plated Setts, 6 peices,
At HICKS' China HalL
Beet Britaraon Setts, 6 peices,
. . At HICKS' China Hall.
Best Silver Plated and' Rich Japan Tea
Trays in Setts,
At HICKS' China HalL
Rich Bohemian Glass, in great variety, style
At HICKS' China Hall.
Bronze Figures, some full life size,
At HICKS' China Ha)'
Panin and Bieqnits Figures, a handc
,. Af HICKS' China Ha
Iceburgs, Ice Water Pitchers, Water C
ers, Shower Baths, Sponge Baths, Pli ;
Baths, City Baths, Vases and Mantle C
ments, in great variety and style,
At HICKS' China Ha
Coal Oil Lamps, a large assortment of '
best and largest, finest and cheapest.
At HICKS' China Hs .
The best and finest Table Cuttlery ant
ver Plated Ware generally, and in larg
Common and fine Qaeensware, Glass .1 i
China, at wholesale and retail, cheap.
At HICKS' China HalL
House Furnishing Articles. In this line
A. H. Hicks &Co. keep almost everything.
At HICKS' China HalL
Old Stand, 4.6 New House; Center Block of
New Building, North side Public Square
A. II. HICKS fc CO.
THIS establishment will be open for tbe reception
of visitors on Tuesday tbe 12th Inst,
jay Board II 60 per day, tS per week.
junell-2m E. J. KREIDhR, JP1"-
For Plain . Stocking and Faery Knitting,
Midlines for Knitting, Drawer!, Skirts, Ltn
Or ALL SIZES.
Bib Machines of 1 fc i, 2 1, 2 k 2 and S 2 Bib,
OX HA5D AXD MADB TO OlDU.
THESE Machines use the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est and most rapid machiues for knitting in ose.
Tbe Coffee Patent Family Knitting Machines for
family and Plantatiim use, is a new alio succMaTul
feature in the useful inventions of the age, and ranks
witii the Sewing Machine.
AGKSCT AND SALES HOOlt,
M0. 677 BROADWAY, SEW Y0BJC,
Junll-3m HENKY C LEE, Agent.
Ladies' Fine Shoes and Gaiters
JOHN RAMAGE, 42 College street,
Is in Receipt of
LADIES' French Lasting Congress sod Lace Gaiters,
' . 'Francis Tbe First"' Gaiters,
" Kid and French Lasting Heel Slippers,
" Glove Calf Congress Gaiters, with and
" French and Enghtdi Chive Kid Slippers,
" . Curoso Kid Pump i&ie Bootn, Ac,
' With a great variety of styles for Misses aad Chil
drou. A beautiful assortment of Infant Shoes.
mayl2 JUHM KAMAGE.
Harper New Wontltljr nagaalue for
June, commencement of a new volume, just re
ceived by JOHN YORK CO.,
may22-tf. S8 Union Street.
Frank. Leslie' Gazette of Fa&li
ion for June.
Just received by : JOHS YORK k CO.; "
may29-tf S8 Union strer
. x. srsjtsv.
J. N. & H. SPERRl?.
Commission, Receiving . and Forward
AND DEALERS IX .
Pure Wines and Brandies: :
Alto--Itometie Liquor i, Tobarco, Cigars,
Mo. 63 Market street, Gordon's Block, '
1VAS11VILLK, TENIVESSK .
HA VI KG associated ourselves together fot
the purpose ot transactiug a tiuueral Ur . v,
Committiioa and Receiving .AudFurwardrng Bus! -w.
feel assured , from a lumj eilerieuce iu this I '
ness, that we can giv. sauscctin toU who ma t
vor as with their Htrnage. It is oar intentta
keep e inctautly iu :tuf a weli assorted clock of t
ce'ies, Wines aad Liquors, and our determ'aatid
sell tbem as cheap a. they c u be bought elsewU
. J. N. k U. SPtKR;
We are new receiving a large and complete aat
meat of Groceries, Wiues, Liquors, Ogrs and
bacco. to which we invite your attention. Ours)
consists in part of the following articles: ' 1
Suar aud Coffee. j
SO hhds. Sugary 1 boxes Boatoa Los
1&0 bbls pow. -u-usb do; &0 bbls MoiasM;
M do Coaeebugar, liO bags Baltimore Ca
. Wlucs and Ltaera.
500 bbU rectified Whisky; bO do Kewsom's
0 do Kobinsonco. do; 150 pkgs Brandy, Win.
500 boxes Star Candles; 200
600 kegs Kails; . v .100
100 boxesCheMe: - T 50
box Pickles A Cats
roams Wrap. Past
do Leue? Paper
kegs Bar Lead;
kits Mackerel Fist
600 gross Mutches; 100
100 do Mason's Blacking; 300
, 50 boxes Garrett's SnuB; 100
50 reels Cotton Rope ; 104
l&O do Painted Bocketr; iO
. 50 nests de Tubs; 100
50 dux Wash Boarcs; 60
50 coils grass A jut. Rope 100
bags Pepper hi
boxes Ground fit
S00 boxes blassware;
600 drums Smyrna Figs;
and Pepper. . .
- - Clars) ad Tokaeco.
ftO.OOe Henry Clay Crrs; - - '
, 60,000 Nap aoa d; -v
2,500 LA Compewtion Cigars, Imported, .
' 1544M Germaa Cigars, variaus braads;
100 Urea Smokjog Tobacco;
, 50 Boxes Langhora ArsMead Tobse o,
. 26 ee J- A. Clf t
Sj do ' F, D. White do; j .
- 50 do ' Tennessee Tobacco, various btfc, ,
Aad saaay 4her ertoe tea Li"?lY .
ssarlO-U 5S Market swW
k KEGS White Ua ffsltUXJ" C(y
a''S t 'r
m e -vie
BAiXS,i" A vJ. '
-7-TaTaed atosUC rh sls I heUl
- '.ubsa rtreet, eppete tsaaee r
;vt a assortment ef FVIi t5p
T -w Jt and wtAeet eeilaxa f
ii STeiU t-bnadW Bo-Hg b