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'$ SILVER BM1D!
THE OSLY PERSIAN IN TLT ORGAN 12ED BaYD
N THE CITY, will attend to tul calls for moalc jboth
at horn and abroad, Wine entire aatisfactioa or a
charge." The Band is composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments, x '
All calls for Dow, for rut ends, pks-nics, ere-
aades and jubilee, win be attended -promptly.'
W. L. HOBS,
Manager and Conductor,
apr27-ly 1 Bo10 Collegt Street.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE ;
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
4 A POWERFUL. REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS -
tff.lt Etttl.T INDIRCHETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY ITl TRY IT!
TRY ITl TRY ITl
Trrv(i rt- r hnarantrnriiir from ttceflecti
X yooxhfulindlscretioo can be surely and per ma
aentty restored 07 iv m
AQUA TIT A E
A Remedy of Great a ad Certain Power.
Thisremedyisput op in small vials, and can be
. 1- .1 . .....irut a trial will satisfy.
Cm it for a week, and yoa will experience a great
benefit. A circular containing foil particular ,enl
. . . . . .. kmtu ei
(Tree) onappixauon. rriwj,i -- -One
bottle will ast s montb.
K a Thisremedy iasuitabl for either sex.
ly27-tl 47 Broadway New York.
i- .-r . nf rh-mn Drr Good Call on
Nicholson A Humphrey at No.22 South side ol the
Square. They are receiving daily a fine stock of both
Fancy and Staple Goods which they are selling a lit
tie cheaper than any outer ujuw u m .
From the New Yirk Dispatch, Oct. 1, 1859.
SoaKTSisc roe ths Uimes A new invention has
recently appeared, wh h, although luuful to every
hour, is rwciallv claimod by the Ladies, as being ex
mcxlv suited to tbeir wauts and requirements. They
iihud with ialdine's Prepared Ghie.
brings op no disagreeable associations of st ckj glue
pots and sui ng odors, but is merely a clear transpa
rent ueuid, in a pretty little bottle, with a small ac
companying brtsh, lit to stand on the daintiest toi let
table in all the land, with cohwne ana uim trues.'
And to useful it proves, too, if soy accident happens
to the ten thousand little knick-knak that ladie de
light in. No sending to the manufacturer for re
nir t an exnenee scarcely less than w. uld attend
the onrcnase of a new article. A few of the Crystal
drops, skillfully applied by fair fingers, w.U set all
right- For furniture, I. r wrk-b xes, tor bets, for
everything, it is a perlett ullie li-mily physican !
Tue amount of money tLat one of U.ee bo ilk c-n
save in a month, would seem almost incredible, and
Ladies rely on tbeir Prepared Glue as a sort of a ma
gician that can eflect ever thing. Ana they know,
too. When any article of demesne form meets the
eothusuMic imocUou at their b-nUs thai Spalding's
Prepared Glue has received , you may be pretty sure
t is eomeUm g rth huvii.g on y t,ur ckt shelf.
Ussssa. Clakk, Gkiwn ; to.. Nashville 5fDtt:
The Ambrosial Oil has been worth ten Lmes its cst
to me. Alrt-ady it ha3 proved a speedy cure in eve
ry case that I have api lied for Toothache, Eheoma
tisin , Cbac at-d Cramp?. For these cases it has been
n sovereign remedy, of a ux:k and speedy cure In
my bauds. S M. ALrXANDtB.
Chxsst VauiT. Wi'jon county, Tenn., Feb., 1860.
I have sold out my entire interest iu the Bnn of
Kicbou A HcMPHKSY, to Iavio Hcphst, who
will continue I be business as beretofoie. I will
nsist hUm in winding np the business of the old
firm, and solicit for him a continuance of the fatron
age bestowed on the old Arm.
July 2, 18C0. J- C. NICHOLSON.
In order to rednca my Stock as much as possible,
before receiving new Goods, for a short time I will
offer my entire stock at cost, for cash.
ca DAVID HUMPHREY.
AC m tt 1 For the INSTANT BELIKF and
3 1 II ill A s PERMANENT CCRE ol this dig
ressing complaint use
Hade by C. B. SEYMOUR It CO., 107 NASSAU Sr.,N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Legislatare of the St.te of Georg n having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of lotteries within its juristic
tion, after the 1st dy or June, 1860, we will on that
day, remove our entire business to Wilmington, Del.
WOOD, EDDY A CO ,
Wilmington. Delaware. .
Owners and Vanagers of the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentucky Sute Lotteries.
To repeal all laws,and parts of laws, authorising Lot
series in the State of Georgia, and for other pur
Sbctmw 1. Ik GauTulAuemtAiaf Georgia, do enact.
That froos and afW the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Sx.y.all lawsand parts of laws author
Isin,; LotSeries in toe Stale ol Georgia, or the vending-
of Lottery Tickets in said State, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1853. maylS-tf
16 YEARS OLD.
WE have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
from North CaroJiua, s.id to be sixteen years
Id, won h we beLeve V be strictly purs, sn-l s
represented. aJOXYETT A tMUH.
A L. S O
Ft bond, s cask of Jaoses' HeBoesey Brandy, (Yin
laseof 1S5S), which we think wiil M the most
rssbuwws palate. LcXLYEfT tt MIIU.
A Li s o . . ,
A LOT of cfaoice Whissy. tn store since 1859, and
wkjcA defy ciuapctitKHi .
LF1XYETT SMITH, '
oneft-lB Now. 10 and 1 2 Mark t street.
SNYDER & FK1ZELL
Have on band a large assortment of
LADIES' Frewch Dress Ironks ;
do. Sole Leather do;
do. '-Cabinet" do; (a new article J
Gent's Fine Sola Leather Trnnks;
no. do. da. on. Vansee, (Aahiand and oth
er styles:) which thoy are ottering at very ro
aaeed rates. Cail at b e. 21 Pubis t-quaxe.
Ladies Shoes and Gaiters
LADIES a ne black Congress Gaiters, with heels;
M M M I
" brown Coorress " "
" . "Abl-kbullrn ;
" " Kid Slippers, with and without heels;
together with other Styles of Ladies Mtss' and
- ALSO , "
A large and snperior stuck of Gentlemva's wear,
Patent Leather Gaiters and Ftrapt Sooes;
Calf Congress " aad Oxford Ties;
- Lasting 44 " mm m ,
The above goods are all fresh and of the best nal
Ky , aad wbica we are oOering at red seed prices.
Call at No. 21 Public tqaare.
juneT-tf seao SNYDER A FR1ZZELL.
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
r E have on hand several hundred desas Quarts
and Half Gabon of these famous Fruit Jars
TlMeimoiesT. cheapest and best ar -le yet mv baled
fcr tLe preservatiou of Fruit and YVg. blen.
Tempest's Jar preserv SmawMBHiBB I
:' Temwest's Jar Dreserv sUsrsasAissI ft r
' Tempest's Jar preserve Pis pLUT I
Tempest's Jar preaerr Pkacmss I
" Teeapest' Jars preserve Pu-bsI
Tempest' Jar preserv Qtiscx I
'. Tam pest's Jar preserv Cuaskats I
Tempest' Jar preserv ToaaTossI - -W
have a full supply of Arthur's Gars, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sixes.
AL&O- Ludiow' GlasBsnd T:a Jars, all sizes
wbic w arc oOe ring at cost price, as we feel assured
Tempest' Stone Jars
sat awnarcad ml Others.
taMft-lf - MACKENZIE
A M INCH IX.
C,tCr BUSHELS New York Mercer Potato, good
J .JU for sotosv iwtmmtimg. Just reeeivd a4 lei
a l by A. JENKINS. I
fcurff- Va lieoath Marks l-t. j
MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1860.
ROC K7C1 TY MILL S.
. ) 1 i i ) ; RETAIL PWCES f 10 (J
"Bell" Flour Is "ga f tn half baft $
Old Hickory do, . 4 24; , 2 15
-M svft mm '
" . - .
MixdBran,perlooi.-.nedoilar: ' -
; Corn Meal, per bushel. $1 OS. -
Delivered to all parts of too city. ' sepll-ly
, B0TE3IEJITS OF. THE XJIUOADS.
Departure f Pastsnger Tralnt.
N asm vim fcCHATTAXOoeji 4 a.K.j 3 P. M.
TtniMiifcAuuo-4tlS A.M., 3KH f.U
Locisruxsat KAsnrrus tOO A.M.,7i20 P M
" Oa.k.tmExpressfiiOO P.f
toosriu-D Kbatcckt 620 A.M-, 34 F.M
arrival rPasncer Train. .
NA8wrru.KCBATTAiOSA S P. W.,8 A.M.
Tusxsbkb Alabama lOtOO A.M., StOOP-M
Locuvru.s A Nash vu.it OA.M. 6:00 P.M.
, Gallatin E xpres trtOO A. Si
tMDiiu k Kbxtvcsy lO A.M., 7 P. M.
We are authorised to announce W, S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election Councilman for the 6th Ward,
at the ensuing Municital election. junc7-te
J7 We are authorised to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP ss a candidate for Couucilman from the nth
Ward, at the ensuing Uuncipial election.
Ratification Meeting of tub Douglas
Democracy. As everybody knows, the party
wbicb arrogates to itself the Dame of the Na
tional Democracy ba gone to tbe dog", or as
FrrzNooDLR more elegantly expresses it, to
thu " demnition bow-wows." In other words,
it is broken into fragments, not one of which,
in the language of the Milesian, amounts to
more than " an ould rimnant of former da-
cency." One wetk and a day ago, the frag
ment which Is clinging for life and salvation
at the coat-tails of John C Bseckixbidob,
met in the third story of tbe Court-House
or a part of it did to ratify the nominations
made by tbe S feeders' Convention at Balti
more. The meeting was of course a dead
failure. It was a mere fluhU-iu-lbe-pan. No
" distinguished speakers " came from abroad
to lend ail air of importance to tbe thing, and
the " enthusiasm " which pervaded the con
cern was scarcely strong enough to inflate the
lnnga ol an infant, or waft a feather over a
ten-rail fV-nce. Time was wh u a Dt-mocratic
raiificaiitm meeting iu that graceful monu
ment cf architectural genuis would hare
c-eatid a tempest of enthusiasm " ns wild
nnd terrific as tbe uproar amid ibe clouds
M When s rive the w-rrwjrs of h- st rm,
Ami rul3 tlie ih"i dr-Urum i.f iirsveu "
But to Democr-cy, which baa w?t n its glories.
star by star, expire, that time has pacsed away
forever, and ita public meetings now. i us lead
tit being as joyous and jubilant as an Italiau
city when the populuce hold high carnival in
all her streets, mors nearly resemble the gath
ering of a few poor relatious who have met
to open the last will and tet-laineut of a bank
rupt victim of the cholera. Such was the
ratification meeting of tbe Brkceixridgk De
mocracy of Nashville on the 30. h of June
Aud it wait expected that tbe meeting of
tbe Docglas Democracy last Saturday would
be constructed alter the fame model ; for a
search-warrant, even it judiciously and ener
getically executed, would hardly turn up
enough adhereots of tbe Littlk Giant in
Na-bville to elect a man to the Presidency
without tbe removal ot tbe constitutional re
strictions which at present turround the bal
lot-box aud ciicunifcrilie the right of suffrage.
In plain terms it wss expected that the meet
ing on Saturday, like that which bad just
one week the start of it, would tend but to
tbe amusement of those without and the mor
tification of those within. But only to an in
considerable extent was that expectation re
alized. When the meeting was organized by
calling Col. V. K. Stevknson to the chair,
and appointing Dr. W. R. Hciclky secretary.
tbe large ball was pretty well (illcd, and from
the continued applauee which greeted Gov.
Footk when he entered tbe room, and again
when be took tbe stand, it was very evident
that there were many of the Democracy pres
ent who mean to vole for Mr. Docglas (in
stead of voting for Mr. Bell as they ought
to do) or Hna.b a ballot-box in tbe attempt.
Of Gov. Fo(ite8 speech we need not
speak here. It is now in print, aud all who
desire to know what it was like can read it
and see. We will eay, however, for tbe ben
efit of those into wbose bands it way not
chance to fail, thit it was not such a spet ch
as tbe Bbkckinkidge Democracy will read
with raptoTe, drinking in its glittering een
tences with delight and blessing the oracular
lips which gave I hem utterance. - The speak
er indulged in uo bitter denunciations against
the leaders ot the anti-Douglas faction ; nut
we do not remember that he expressed the
conviction that their course is calculated
either to benefit the country or perpetuate
the Union. On tbe contrary, some of his re
marks might be construed into an intima
tiou that such a course is calculated to do
neither the one nor tbe other.
Tbe Governor did not finish bis speech at
tbe Court-Huse, but promised to give the
eoDclufcioa of it at the Market-IIou iu the
evening; which he accordingly did, in the
presence of quite a large crowd, lie was
very hoarse, however, and did not speak at
any great length. We intended to gire
bere tbe substance of bis remark-, (the chief
subject of which was jEFr. Davis, of Missis
sippi, and their chief object, to show that be,
one of the leaders of tbe Bkeckixbiogk De
mocracy, is, and long has been, a secession
ist.) but this article is already long enough.
The Memphis Postmaster axd the Docg
las Democracy. Tbe decapitation of the
Memphis Postmaster arouse! tbe indignation
of the Docglas Democracy bere consider
ably. Some of them are now making a liv
ing by cut-sing old Beat for the act. They
hare caseed bim so much that the atmosphere
for ten feet aroand them is as blue as indigo,
and as thick as Tewkesbury mustard. We
heard one Douglasite make aet 'at him last
Saturday around on the corner rf College
street, and we don't think we have, ever
beard anything to equal it since tbe army
gave a ' grand exhibition of profanity - in
Flanders. .We .have .alwaya-thought, and
bare often, taken occasion' to say; that Old
rcxs chances for salvation are dim, bat
we bad no idea that be was so infamous a
scoundrel and so ineffably damned s some of
Mr. Docglas friends represent bim to be.
They regard Mr. Carroll a a meek, uncom
plaining martyr, and the venerable Bcck as
the inexorable and blood-thirsty old tyrant
who has dragged him to tbe stake, and swear
Hatb borne bis faeoMc so meek, bath been :
. So dear in his great office, that his virtues
Will plead liksasgela, trumpet-tongued, against
' The deep daraoation of hii taking off;
Aad pity. like a naked new bora babe.
Striding the Mist, or heaven' cberobim, horsed 1
Cpnn the sightless couriers of the air,
Shall blow tbe horrid deed in every eye,
That tears shall ujowu the wind." . .
Bat Mr. CABROLUibad 'no badness: to b
Postmanter under Old Bccx. He deserved to
be turned oat forjtbat, jfjor notbin g eke.
' CoL M. CGallawat of "the iruWA i
new Pmaster. He is just as clever a
fellow as ever lived, and can handout letters
and sell postage stamps as abjy perhaps as
any other man in tbe Southwest Bat we
are sorry that be did n't wait for a purer ad.
ministration before be went into tbe basiness. '
.'f Ml" I ,21,
The Cincinnati Oummtrcial was - promptly
laid on our table Saturday morning by J. J,
ScLUTAM. tbe attentive News Agent. . " .
r' ' .
At a meeting of tbe Boll Grays last
Saturday evening, James If. Hivrow' was
elected Captain, etc A. 8. Camp, resigned.
lor tbe Daily Patriot.
To A. C. 8;
The twilight was fading
Far ver tht 1, -
-And Ion the doer -step "
r-,r St waiting for thee,
With the bud of the Jessamine, -
Fragrant and fair, ' -
Wreathed gracefully through --.
. Tbe dark braids of my hair.
- Ab I how long and bw dreary
The time seemed to be, " .
- As I sat on tbe door-step
'"" Aad waited for the I
'"I. And now It Is summer -
" sommer again,
Ajid we si i on tbe door -step ,
- Jurt after the rain ;
Tbe daylight is gone,'
And the silver moon shine, '
. JJj delicate frost-work,
- Through blossom and vines,"
L.,lAod I'm wearing tbe flowers --
- Of tbe Jassamin tree,
- ..But I am not waiting , -
Beloved one , for tbee.
Ghats Hitx, Ya., I860.
Old Gak, of the Southern Drm'ocratie
Banner, at Frauklin, Ky.t was in town again
last Saturday. He-says he has conversed
with several prominent citizens of Simpson
county, all of, whom are of tbe opinion that
Breckixridob will ran clean away with every
thtog through that part of the country ;
from which he infers that the other candi
dates for the Presidency bad as well with
draw at once and be done with it.
The Constitutional Union movement is ex
tending day by day. In all sections ot the
country it is receiving accessions from tbe
conservative portions of all parties. .The
only national movement, and presenting can
didates above reproach, it is the centre
around which . will rally the hosts that lore
our institutions and desire toperpetuate them.'
"The celebrated engagement between
the factions ot the Kilkenny cats, was a tame
affair compaired with that now in progress
between the two factions of the democratic
party The scratching and clawing and bit
ing and screaming .iiuong them are all of tbe
fiercest kind. Tbe fur is flying over the field
of battle in perfect clouds. . AU that will be
left when the fight is ended will be af.fc f
what the party once was, but is no no tnrei-
-Tbe strongest tact in favor of Di fglas
in the Northern States is that all the Federal
cfGce-bdders in that section are opposed to
him. In throwing tbe weight of bis influence
in favor of Uhkckixuidqh, Mr. Buchanan is
doing all that is iu his power to crush bim.
. "Swekt Sixteex.'" Our fiiends Lelltett
& Smith, on Market Street- have a lew gal
lons left of that sixteen year old North Caro
lina apple brandy. Tbey had but three bar
rel at ibe start, and the run npon it has
been so great here lately that there is but
little of it left. There is nothing to equal it
An enthusiastic Bkecki.vbidge man
lately said to a friend of Bell' "all l 1 can
not beat our ticket" "No," replied tbe
other your greatest strength lies in that
region." ' --' - - - -'-''
For tbe Daily Patriot.
' " Nashville, July, 18G0. .
EorroR8 Pathiot. Gentlemen: An effort be'
ing recently made by the city authorities to
introduce tbe steam fire engines in place of
the common band engine now in use, of
which I think Nashville can boast of having
one of the best regulated, well conducted
fire departments to be found iu any city in
the Union, of her . size. The ' superiority of
steam over fire engines cannot be doubted by
any one who has made himself, familiar with
them, bat the one recently brought herefrom
Philadelphia, to be exhibited to show.' off its
efficacy and durability, (as the papers say)
would betttr suit scime of the cily breweriei
than to be sold to the city for tbe purposes
it is intended. We understand that there
are responsible parties here in the city who
are ready and willing to contract with the
corporate authories to supply them with one
or more steam fire engines from one of the
best manufactories in the Union this is, we
are told, from the well' known bouse of A.
B. & E. Latta, of Cincinnati, Ohio, w ho are
tbe original inventors, and have secured let
ters patent for all of tbe valuable mod rn
improvements used on their engines, which
other builders cannot use.
Yours, &e'.,' - Strakqer.
i . ' '
The Banker Countt. Col. V. S. Allen,
chairman of the Bell and Everett Executive
Committee for the Ninth Congrest-ioual Dis
trict, authorizes us to say that a splendid
Bauocr will tie presented by said Committee
to thecouuty in the Di.trict in wbich there is
tbe largest gain for Bell and Everett, over
tbe vote for Fillmore and Dontlson. Oppo
sition papers will please notice this. Carroll
' ATerriblr Case ok Poisomxo. On last
Thursday, two little daughters of Mr. J as.
Coe. and a ton of Mrs pi gan, all of them
living near "this place," were out playing
among the jamestown weeds, aud while d--iog
so, ate the So d from the bur t.f one of thetn.
They were all immediately taken sick, tbe
boy suffered greatly and died shortly after.
Tbe girls, we are happy to learn, are getting
well. Lebanon DemucraU
AaT Tae whole enure Household and Kitchen
Furniture, belougiug to T. D. Mohtos, wilt be sold at
Auction, at hi residence, N'o. i8 Spruce street, on
WEDNESDAY MORNIXG JULY ,11th, commencing
at 10 o'clock". Any peraM wishing to 'purchase-the
entire tot of Furniture, Ac., before tbe sale, can do
so on reasonable terms t y applying at tbe house.
The bouse is for rent. iu!y?-3t
j. . srssuT. acxsT arSRBT
J. N. & H. SPERRY.
: WHOLESALE GllOCEUS.
Commission, Receiving and Forwarding
AND DEALEKd IN
Pure Wines aud Brandies
AoDometic Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, it
'o. 53 Market street, Gordon's Block, ' '
HA VI NG associated oorselves together for tbe
the piirp ot transacting a General Grocery,
Commission aud Receiving and Forwarding Business
we feel assured, from a long experience in this busi
ness, that we cao give satislaciMW to all who may la
vor as with tbeir patronage. It is our intention to
keep onrtaolly iu store a well assorted stuck f Gro
cetes, W'mes aud Liquors, and our detarm'natica to
acll them as cheap as luey can be bought elsewhere.
J. S: A U. SPFKBY.
- We are now reeerviBga targe and Complete assort
ment ol Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and To
bacco.to which we inv.te your attention. Our stock
consists in part of tbe folios log articles:
Sag-ar ml Coaee. y
SO hhds.'Sogar; " '10 boxes Boston Loaf;
1&0 bbla pw. A crush do; M bbls M4asses; ' 1
SO : do CoOee Sugar, - l&O bags Baltimor Coffee
Wines and l.lqaor.
MM bbls recused Whisky; 50 do Newsom's do;
M do Kobuuuoco. do; 15UpgsBmndy,WiB,Gin
I. J- .... .1 . . ... i
Ssinslrten. - . ' a i .
500 boxes Star Candle; 200 pkgs Psisins; '
S0O kegs Nails; . 100 box Pick les A Catsup ;
10 boxesCheese: M do Oytters;
600 gross Matches; . .. 100 boxes Tacks; - - I
100 do Mason's Blacking; S00 reams Wrap. Paper;
0 boxes Garrett Sua; 100 do Lette? Paper; -SO
reels Cotton Rope; - 100 bugs Shot;
ISO do Painted Backets; 20 kegs Bar Lend; . . i
SO nests do Tubs; 100 kit Mackerel Fish;
60 do Wash Boarcs; 60 baits Popper A Spic
60 coilsgrassAJuieltopelOO boxes Ground G-gei
SOU boxes Glassware; and Pepper. . t
600 drums omyra Fig ; "
Clears and Tbaeco.
60100 Henry. Clf faarti, g'i if .
60,0Oi Nap tcoa do
SOO La Conapetilioa Cigars, Imported; ' i t ,
lijMM German Cigars, varioks branos; , : " 1
100 Ores tlgsokiag Tobacco; - ;
' - 5 Boxes Lsngborn A Annbtead Tobae o; :
' : ' 2A' ao J. 1, day f - do; '
ti E. D. Whiter-- - ' do;-
' " 60 do - Tea aeaaeo Tobacco, vwr tows brands; "
Aid many other article too aoaeroas to n alios
J. N. A H. 8PERRT,
Btarl-tf V Market st, NasbvUls, Tsu
. -iFrasm TFaaBtlBtctosu
t WASHTicoToir, Jaly 6. No apprehension is
entertained here of hostile demonstrations by
Spain against Mexico. Tbe European gov-i
eminent are endeavoring to effect a recon
ciliation bot ween them." .." "
Winston, of North Carolina, gets tbe Sat
Judge t Stanley, District Altorney of Cln-
cinnatit is to be re moved, ior reiusinir to 101-.
low Coshing out of the Baltimore Conven
tion. - ; . .i( r . !.,p
Hill, District Attorney of North Carolina
for a similar reason, shares tbe earn fate. -
The Administration baa decided - to send
the California? vewrpaper mail by ' Revenue
Cutters, co-operating with J the Panama rail
road. Another authority says that the Post Mas
ter General bas engaged Vanderbilt to take
tbe mails from New Tork to California' three
times per month till March tbe fourth. ' p
t Lam's letter of acceptance is published.
From &U Joepli.. .; .
St. Joseph, July 7. Nave McCord &. Co'a
new store fell to-day. killing nine occupants
of the adjoining building. It afterwards
caught fire, destroying tbe contiguons build
ings. Loss $200,000.
The Denver Express of 26lh bas arrived.
A meeting of citizens was held to arrest
tbe Indian depredations.
Business was dull. Money scarce.
From NewYork. :
New Yore. July 7. Mayor Wood, by let
ter, endorses Douglas, and advises a Douglas
ticket in the Northern and Western, and a
Breckenridge ticket in tbe Southern States.
Tbe steamers ' New .York '' and Kangaroo
sailed to-day, taking $435,000 specie.
. . River We-wa.
Locisyille, July 7. Tbe river is station
ary, with 4 feet water ia tbe canal.
Washington, July 7 Elis R. Schabel as
sailed Bowman,. editor of tbe Constitution, at
his office with a slick, in consequence of an
article reflecting on bis conduct. ' Steps have
been taken for Schabel's arrest.
Edmund French, assistant superintendent
of the Treasury extension, whose trial for
em In zzletnent was to occur to-day, died this
morning. , - : --.
Dailt Patriot Office, ;
Nashville, July 9, I860.
COTTON No Sales.
TOBACCO. Nothing doing in this article.
-FLOUR. We quote superfine at $6$f
50 ; extra $77 50 1bl. In sacks $3 50
for extre, wholesale
GRAIN White Corn 75 per bushelp mixed
65a70c. Oats 55 to 60c.'pcr bushel.
BACON Is in request and scarce. We
quote shoulders at SJ.; clear sides Hi alii,
bams I0Jllc. . These are the buyiug
rates from wagons ; packers receive, jc ad
vauce on them.
LARD Is in demand and tells readily at
MEAL Is selling at 80c. bushel.
FEATHERS--We quote at 4042 , lb.
GINSENG 253uc. tt.. . ( ...
GROCERIES. The market is pretty well
supplied, but dull. We quote Fair sugar
8SJ tt.; prime to choice 99Jc; in
barrels lc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10J11 jc. tt..
crushed aud powdered ll12c.; Loat 11(
12c. TsK lb. . '
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. M-.lasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
4Sc; .Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c. ,
COFFER Rio 1414Jc; Laguyra 14
15c, Java 1820c. lb. " ' " ' '
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 40G0 ; Black 60
SALT.--We quole Coarse Sack at $1 50j
and Fine at $1 60$1 70; and Barrel at
40c.' busbel."' ' '. " 4 -
COTTON YARNS.- The following are tbe
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns": 700
wud 800, 9c. 'doz.'; 600,' 10c.; 500, llc
and 400, 12c. . .
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2022c.
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon.
according to quality.
CANDLES. Stisr 18c per lb. for light
weighty 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm'45a50e per lb
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.'
$2 50i2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box. .
; BRAN.- $1 50 per cwt.
HAY $26 per ton. "
BEESWAX-26a27c per lb.:
CHEESE Wewtern Reserve lOallc per lb.
Cincinnati flarltrt Jnly S P.m.
' ' From fhe Cincinnati Comme-cial. --
The rem! annual knd monthly " payments 1 over,
business in Money resumes its. clia-mels with about
tae caiue current that it had before matters beg.n to
shape themselves fur the lutte extra tension astici
pated fur July paymantx. The amount of cicoontmy
was iu the aggregate rattier below the ruling aver
g to-day. the means to work on at most or the
banks are cooiortably abundant, and Sankeis gen
erally are found to be rather ainwbly disposed to
waru those ofT'-ring potirt short datd paper euch k
will mature about the time that Grain dealers will
require ext s facilities fur moving W heat.
Exchange is in sufBcieut demand to be maintained
easily at the quot tiious. The counter receipts are
eportcd tohnve bevn light.
... X dis
.... ooc prera.
New York Sight ..
NV w Orleans.... ..
In general business but little wss done to-day.
Grocers found that a few omei bad accumulated
sii'ca Tu. s.lay ; besklej the Oiling of which they bad
In the Sour market there was a "better feeling,"
but in what particular the seusatioo was nianiticst is
scarcely apo.irent. A better river hence to Pitts
burg was thought to be lavorable, and some antici
pated demand from the South was spok-. n of; but
sellers seem not to have found buyers very abund
ant, nor do they attempt an advance of askiug
Below will be seen interesting statements of bread
ttuIT movements at New York.
Whest is neither offered nor sought for, very ex
tensively. Prices are nominally a bos- as last quoted
SI 101 12 for red, SI l(XaU -0 for white New
crop to arrive is offered to a small, extent, among
wbich was a sample of wbiie from Adams cnuuty,
Ohio, shown by Messrs. Hinde A Porter, whicb was
very Cue in berry but reported by tbe prouueer to
bave been very thin on tbe ground, not averaging
more than e:glu bushels to tue acre. . ' '. ',
Cur bas a good market at iSc, -wbh very heavy"
receipts. . . f . v
Oats remain as last quoted.
barley is quiet at 80c.. .- .. ; i : . ,
K e.nomiually at 75c.' f ' ' '
Tbe frequent severe warm rains which we are
having, are causing some uneas ness as to tbe effect
tbey are likely to bave on such gram as may not be
harvested. Oats, particularly, are exposed to danger
of being "lodged," and la plae where not fully
ripe are liable to become r us tad. Some danger to
tbe wheat exists in , tb risk, of, aprvntiog in the
shocks. For com, bo we v. r, the rain are needed
and will prove very bettencbil.- "
Whisky is steaoy at 17.
Tbe provision trade was quiet to day, prices here
beintf clo up to quntabm at those places which
draw their ttocks hence, and very firmly maintained
by holder. lbt-re muat needs be so-ietuing of a
mu uatil consumers' neceaaule braig rhent fully
up to our (torrent market.' Xha souOdoneA ' with
which holders regard lha out-q tf. Oie , trade, for
bide any cxpectaUua t'iata eann of - rest is likely tb
produc any relaxation of the aarva e tbe market.
Oilers were made for Bacon at tractions un-ier the
even figure, Lot utoy were-not taken,' sor lar as we
con d learn. No change tn quotations can be re
ported. . " - ' - '
Money Hard to Collect;
Bj reason of which we sre offering our
large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, rery cheap fur Cass, ' or to
prompt paying easterners on time. .tii (i
WARD, UEEULNGHAAf & CO.
may 26-2m . a ti iiukiiu i i.. t-. ut.
UAPITS OF AiOOD SOCIETr.In
A Hand Book for ladies sad Gentlemen
Thi ia M, a inlgbt be Inferred, a' collecUea "di set
forms, ceremonies , points of etiquette, and csnvea
Uonaliams.-Written by a person well eoavcraaat
with tb world, aad: wUoal.aUeep toiaker,a Saga
reasoner,and a correct moralist. It will becoss a
sUadard work on Habit and Macners, aad will tmi
as way Into yry library. Tor sal by f
"."" " " JOHN YOKK A CO., 4
my 11 K. M Union Mr.
DR. J. K JICLEAN'S
1 SsTengtheatiigP Cordial and
;.-,wood Purifier , r
The, greatest Xemedy ia tha' World, and tis
dalici ens ani.delightfnl Cox
$ . dial evr taken. .
It is strictly a sci
entific and Teget
procore by the
diatiUatioa of Roots,
Herbs and Brk
, Teuow Dock, Blood,
Root. Black Root.
I Saraapanlla, Wild 4 1
Dandelion enter in
- te its eompoaiUoa.
The entire activ
1. t 1 .
UL 1 thoroughly' x- wl C
tracted by my new
method of distilling,!
Before taiawr-eious, eihaerstinglner taiins.'
spii it, and the moat Infallible rtunedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring U10 sick, suffering
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength
i .. '?. Cordial v.-
WILL EFFEX7TUALI.Y CURE . ,. ;
Liver - Complaint, - Dyspepta Jtnn
1 . dice,
Chronic or Nervous Neb-lity,Disoases of th Kidney,
and all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acid
ity or Sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Biood to
the Head, DuH Pain or Swimming in the Head, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in tb ,
ctomacn, boar tj-uctauns. Choking or Suff. testing
Feeling when lying down, Drynees or Yellowness of
the dk;n and Fyes,' Nigtit Sweats,' Inward Fevers,
Pain iu the Small of the Back. Chest or SiJe , Sudden
flashes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any N'ttous
Disease, Sires r Blot?hes, on the bkiu,and Fever
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.) " -
' Over a Milion of Bottlts
Have been sold during the last six months, and In no
instance has it failed in giving entire ati?fclion.
W bo, then, wltt suffer from Heaknefts or Debility
h-n HcLEAN'S SH REXGTHENLVO COKDLU. wiU
No language can convey an adequat idea of the
immediate and a most miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated snd
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by.
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by aickners the.
relaxed snd unstrung organization is restored t its
pristine health and vigor. , ( ii j
- "- ItlAHHIED PERSONS, Vi
or other couackiusof inability, Irom w halo ver cause;
will find McLean's Strengthen lug Cordial a thorough
regenerator or the system, and all who may have in
lured themselves by Improper Indulgence, will find
in tb Cordial a certain and sp- edy remedy. .
TO THE LADIES,
DltLean's . Ktrengtheuius Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for - . - .
Incipient Contamptlou, White,
Obstructed or Difficult Menetruatiou, Incontinence of
Urine or Invo'uuUry l-iscuarge thereor, Falliug of
the Womb, Gddiuess, Fainting, and all DiStatses inci
dent to Females : j;, j, .' j
y Xheie ia no inistako About It.
' Suffr uo longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, an I Invigorate you aud
cause- Die bloom I health to mount your cheek aga'n.
Every bottle is warranted to give satistactiuu.
.. FOR CHILDREN. !.
If your chiMreu are t-u kly, puuy or afflicted, Mc
Lean ' Cordial will make tiiein healthy, 1 at and ro
bust, lielay not a moment, try it and you will be
It is Delicious to Take. '
CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealer wbo
may try to imliu upon you some Bitter, or Saraapa
nlla trash, which tlicy can buy cheap, by say inn it is
just as good. Avoid sucb men. Ask for McLcin's
ctreugthi-niiig Cordial, aud takd nothing e Be. It la
the only remedy that will purify the Blood thor
ough. y, and at the same tune riieuglhon the Fytem.
out tibiespooulul taken every, morning fasting, is
a ceitaiu preventive for Cbolera, t'liills and Feer,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It is put up
in large bot' les. . .
Price only SI per buttle, or 8 bottles for $5. , . '
J. H. McUvAN, :
Sole Pmprietor of this CordiaL. Also, McLean's Vol
canic Oil Liniment.
- Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine
Streets, it. Louis, Mo.
; ty.ldbyW. W. BtRRY A DEMOYILLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists eve. y wnerc.
, . mrlOUiina-Awly
JU.-T received a lirge supply of
MU.-IC, among which are
several Sonus by Foley Hall, J. R '
Thomas, S. C. Foster, and other cele
brated writers " P'eccs from wisher ,
leoiiopt, Wallace ana outers
. Also, a
large asortmentof "Steinway h
FIRST CLASS PIANOS
Which will be sold at Bins 11 advance an
bargain come to . . . .
' 33 Union Street.
maylS-dtwaw . Ja$, A. DIcCLL'RE.
; . House-Keepers Attention ,
fTHE attention of the readers of the Patriot, tbe
i X. Ladies more especially, is requested by Messrs
MACKKSZIB A;minCHIK,Jo tbe ejcellebt Refriger
a tors and cheap Fruit Jars with whicb they are now
supplying our citizen. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted lor putting up- all kinds of Fruits.
aud Berries. Tbey are durable, simple and cheap,
and-the demand for them Is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold.. i
THE BARTUOLF SEWIX(i
M .A. OBGIOST E
' I 'HE Bartliolf Machine bas a larger arm thati any
A other SftO Macbiue.
No.. 25, College. Street opposite
House! " -
yMagnificent Chance. ..17
JW1I.L sell my Farm in Franklin county, Tenn.'.on
Rock Creek, six miles SouOj-weslol TulUhoma,
consisting of 500 or more Acres of.LandJ. It. can be
divided into two places. It has on it good improve
ments the best .of spring water; a, good Grist and
Saw Mill, and is withiu four miles of threeeelebrated
For further information apply to B. B. W hitx, on
tbe place, or to tee at Opolousas, La.
jau6i-wtf . B. F. WHITE.
OR t j -
' TUE KKtDY FAMILY
i S 0;A' Vl;a A liJ iVlV. ;J
AN indeepensible article in every family , wbereb j .
with their ordiiiary kitchen grease, combined ,
with the baponifler, tbey can make all the Soap they'
use bard, soil or fancy. It will make hard watei
soft, and will clean ty e to perfection nothing equalt .
it for cleaning and scouring. ' (,
Fnt np in air-tight iron boxes of one lb. each;
; which trill make, with 4 to 6 lbs. common
i grease, from 15 ts 25 gallons elegant soft
soap, or 8 to 10 lbs. hard. t;. .. .- 1 1 -'
It has now been several years since this lavnlaablt
article wasBrstlnlrodaceU to lb public, and the e '
lunation ia nuib it I-) held k wherever Anown ane
tried, ai d the immense demand for it from alt qoar
trs,are conclusive proofs of it real merits and val
ue as a family article.-- ' j '
I BEWARE Of IMHAUOASl Tbe success of out
article, like that of all discoveries of true merit and
value, bas induced unprincipled parties tu initiate it.
We therefore catmoa n re sue against worthiest
COUNTERFEITS and to take none but tb genuine,
original and patented article. Manufactured ably by
the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COM
PANY, of but Tareotum, Allegheny Co., Pa. Office
snd Depot, No. 39SPeuB tt., above the Canal Bridge.
Pittsburgh, Penn., who also manufacture of standard
quality , Ciustre Soda for Soap Maker, Soda Ash, Ke
UuedlodaAsb,Sal Soda, Chlorid of Calcium, Co p
pens. Manganese, Nitric AeidodaSularatas, BleaeU
log Powder.- Muriatic Aeid, falpiiurio Acid, Aqua,
Fortis, Chloroform. j .m J
Extra KeQiied Snow-White Tabie. Dairy aad Pack
lag Salt, warranted entirely Pure and Dry, put op in
various package and style. The only Pur Salt in
FOR SALE BY ALL
Store Keepers in the; United States. ";
1000 Cases Sapouifler, genuine, for sale at '- , ' , ' .
facturers l-rices in lots to suit purchasers, by
P1EE .A KELLOGG,
marlO-wly , f,-t f fi;; 8t. Louit, Mo.
; FR AN C IS C Qv;
Modeler of Fashions,
HATS, CAFS AND LADIES' FURS
y- . ,lti 3 P nolle Square, '
IN ASH VI CLE, TENNKSSEE.
, i LND 'FOE "SAXE." .
I AM n w offering for sale,'privately ,a ' portion of
my land upon wbicb I now live, about five mile
from the city, immediately fronting Iljde' k'e
tj aiiae in amount proposea to oe sola 1
and Twenty-fiTe. Acres, ,
9 prodactire ton as there is In tbe
1 i '
Which Vss flne 1
and prodactire sdTl as there is In tbe
county on State.' Titer is a beautiful building sues
wfatea comMads th riewef th entire aeicbborl
hood aad is well t in BloeMrasa, with a beoaulul
growth of fin forest trees. . Botwaon flfty and sixty
acres is One Clover land In growth; tiie balance well
Umbered, for alt aveful purpose - There ia ) a
.never- fkiUug spring npon tb tract, wbich ' aOords
1 sufflcieucy of water for all purposes.' J
Tb.e wwblog te pnrchas a splendid tract of land
ia a fin aeighborbeod, and wKb all other ndvanta
ges, would -de weli call aad see for theeerres, as
lm desirona of selling.-' - -- . . 1
For tc;ms, Ac, apply to GLASCOCK NEW90M,
zv?mi vuiiLm imii
yi tu we unuersiguea on we premises
dotlef's Xadles Book j for ATi
Just received fcy. -
JOHN YORK ACO.'-
DicIUn's .New B
JSHORT ST0RIS3, us;rceired aad for J
,i-l -u -.-JOHM YORK AX. ..
KfiQS Whit Lead ror sale by J r
BENJ P. ShlELDS CO.,
saylT Mo. SSaadsTCeUegatt.
f A 3
V AJ 'W
.vi i r
- r 1
- t f 7 n viz.- TV'"
... .aa WMe BCMgiV
BtJSdKLB f 1Tbit Beans, lost received
for sal by,
Kal death Market t
i ;X .tThe JapaneW llatJjLi,
ANXW sty le o Soft Hat, weighing only 1 ounce,
just received thi day by express, at tb fast.
ionahla Hat Emiunum of . - FRANCISCO'S. A
faaelS-tf- . - ,...- 23 Pnbtlo Sqaarw
; ' The Drab Freth Ottar, 1 -
f9 entirely new j design, at the Hat-Kmpw i-
Jonel6-tf. : -ri jJi t-i. - s Public Sqaarw.'
Flouring litfiU; for Rent
:; - l it - w , J
fpHX City Flooring If ill. sitoated en tb Camber
X laad Biver, Jast below .tee citjr, is ouered for
rent the remainder of tbe present year, with tb
privilege of next year. . Apply to Tckxk S Fosraa,
Cherry street, o . ,i,i) . JAMEtt CoEBTTT, - ' -Junfc25rtf
f ji-- . attheMUL
r. r. ' i -: i " -" 1 ' "
' , .laaaicslJon uttB oxes.
JTJ3T received a 'larWe assortment of Indies fion
net Boxes, single and double t"pt and trays.
Also. Ladles' Sat'hels and Traveling Bigs,, wbich
I offer very cheap for cash.
JOHN R1MAGEV J
-42 College street.
Import int to House-keeper is.
. E. R. DURKCE & CO.'S ; -
Guaranb.-ed u.t otly - - . . , .-v-f
. AJfciOXJJitXY, AXD PERFECTLY. PITRfi, ... .
butgrouod truuu ircsli Siiicea, siectel sad c!aud
by us txuressi for purpofe without reference
to cout.? Tiiey-are beaatifcMy" packed" la un-loil,
(lined with paper,) Uv prevent injury by keeping
and are fuil weight, while the ordinary Spices are
almost invariably snort. We warrant them in poiat
pf strength and richness of Savor, ' ' ' ' ' - ;-
i BEYONO ALL COMPARISON,
ss a single trial will abundantly prove.
. R. DTJRKEE A CO. '
1SI Peart stiwet. New yT
T7INE Ground Stock Feed
BENJ: V. SHIELDS CO.
; For Sale, - -
1 HATE 10 or IS arre of as pretty land, near tb
a. jauctiou oi noieusviue ana sun oreek vallcr
turnpike, as lies in
Davidson county, which I wisb
to Sell bv tor cash
Apply to K. tLascocc A Co.
" JNO S. PETWAY.-.
; " JOHNS jk CROSLEY'S '- -ImproTed
Gulta" Ptrcha Ceiueut Eoofing.
IS TH CHlArEST AXD MOgTDCRaBlX ROOTINO it rsx. -it
' is riRS aM wans rsoor. It can be applied to xxw
and old door or all kid and to old shingle roofs
without removing thethiitgle. '
THE COST IS ONLY ABOUT ONE THUUX THAT OF
i - : TIN, AVD H TWICE AS DUKABUj. '
f G ctta Vxrcxa Ccirs.Tr for p reserving and repairing
Ttaand Metal Room of every description. ' -'
I From iu great elasticity, is not icjured rv theon
Iractiou aud expanaiua ul u.etalJ,SRd fill not .article
in cold nor run in warm weather. There matuials
have beeu thoroughly tested in New. York aud all
parts of the Souiueru aud Western States, aud we
caugi.e abundant proof . of -aUf -w -cUia in tbeir
favorv . . . ... ... . . ,
i ihey are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a triBing expense. - r - '--- i
NO HEAT K REQUIRED." -
r Then materials ars put up ready for use, and for
sliippiug to ail par 13 at loo country, vita, lull printed 1
direclious lor application.
I Full UoKCriiHivb circular wil 1 be forwarded on ap
plicaiion by mail or iu person. at-our principal ora
te.. 61-1 BrtOAt-WAY, f ppositc .Nt. Nicuola H. tel.)
N.Y., 349 FULTON ai (opos.tc-City Hall) BKOOb..
LV.N. . - JOHNS A CRoaLEY.
I juue2-ein , , . , ,
, ,j .. .1 -i . i;'-) j .; . Itii. . ;,-,;.! !
DRUGS ASD MEDICINES.
! A. II. ROSUOE & CO.n'
WHOLESALE AND EETALL DEUGCISTn
a W. Corner of Broad and Market streets,'
I NaaUvllle, Tenn.
''i7'K prepared to execu'e orders lor DruaC
i " aud .tledictue and all auicles pvriaiu
tng to tue frog itosmeas, with despatch . ud at Sue
lowest market price. : i. . i - -( . ..
Tht smie au ution wdl be given as heretofore to
have every article qt an good quality us repre.--e.itod
aud in no itwUnc will any tiling be put up that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character.
I It is our intention' to maintain the reputation we
have established in selling none but Pur urugs and
Medici ties, and we, therefore, invite yon to examine
our siock before buying elsewhere, believing we cao
snow jou inducements iseld -in offered in thi- or any
other Southern city. In addition to Drugs w have
constantly on baud a lareo stock. of Perluraery,
rwRi '"nci Articles, nnite Aeai. junsocu OH,
Turpentine Vmuh. Vinir aud Wines for medi-
' : - ' i -. aprlu-tf
j A COU1VTRY RESIDEACE !
Well Improved & verj Valaablej
TWO and half miles from Nashville on
tbe Murfreesboro' Turnpike Koad. Th
dwelling is ot Brick, buiit iu modern style
and very commodious: containing 9 rooms
ol goo six, besides bal.s, ante-cbambers, china clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in ' " "
A Benotifnl Grove of Forest Jrefs.
; Ihe kitchen', wash 'room ul rneat house ir also
of brick with all necessary out buildings, and a
i Tbe place contain thirty-two acres cf excellent
land.of wbicbtwelve are in HEAVY 11lPEK.' -
No bridne or railroad t) pass, and this toll sate will
soonbemot! beyandx,,'- :.i.if f j r,i ii
ALSO adjoining the 'above, several beautiful
Building lots, costainiui; from six t f thirty teres
one of seventeen crc., heavily timbered.
; These lands arc wed adapted to gardening being
neartba eity aud of frftesoilclsar pf rocjt, t fostesy
ion given at any time.
For terms apply to Ui4-Bdrigd on the premi
ses, or. at 33 College street, 'ti j I y
( jurieai-dtf ' A. H. .FORD.
i ART GALLERY
S Of American VPortraiturc.1. . ,
Corner of Union astd Coll jre Street
aHlSestablishmeDt, tb most extensive in the
Southwest.still continues to be the resort of
tbe fashion and beauty of our country , which fully
endorses tbe sentiment or thousands, thati t isthe
H.f L'UMlPtlTU rA.
Photoarranlis! ' - . .1 ..
j -' Melainotypes! '
and Anibro types!
AttbLtboa'ses! pictures are warranted t pleaseor
no tbarge wil I be made. , . .. . ' ; -
We woEidespecialiyiavitetbeoommnnityand or.
friends i a general 19 viaitour great Uallof Pertrai.
tare, where pictureaor tb most celebrated States,
men and Divines can be seen , vix: His Excellency
President Buchanan. the Vice President. His Excel
lency Gov. 'Johnson, -Hoar. Car Johnson,-' A. V
Browa.J.A McEwen.Eph.H Foster, and a thous
and othet 3 of celel nty Bishop Pierce, Kavanaugh
uriy , ray ue,oaBcom ,oouie,a.uursws, uuMtir
Edgar, Ac, Ac. . -y .
Copies'if theaboveoan b had at alow price
my time. - aprlx-tf.
O HERRING S SAFES, Urge fixe, wUl be sold very
7C low to cloee tewigaait-
jonelo-tt J. W. WILSON.
' f t "ir-!-;" 1. ?
ANEW style' of Soft Hat, of 'entirely' hew design.
Just received by express. ,.
'. .- t"iiJ. J. FRANCISCO, J
. mays No. SS Public Square, Nashville, Tenn
j Na Time to Wait for- the Doctor ! ;
ABOUT these time all children will eat green fruit.
At any moment of day or aigbt, they are Bable
t be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dysentery or DI.'
Tba. Jo tim then te send for tbe doctor. -The
GrsBfenberg Dysentery Syrop instantly relieves al
sn:h cases. No family ought to be witboat it ia tbe
bouse. Its promptness bas saved thousands ' valu
able live in Tennessee in the past few years- Only
U eenta a bottle enough-' f r a whole family for a
whole seaaoiu, , A fresh Jot Just received
;mylo-tf,' ' 'MACKENZIE A MINCHrN.
1 ! i-.i
JOHN T, CLAIBORNE, recently from Virginia , but
inow a -resident of thi eity, aad a teacher ef
some thirty years' experience, proposes to instruct
classes in' English1 Grammar exclusively , during the
coming: vacation ef tb Public -..School. He. ha
paid particular attention to tbe gtnius aud grammat
ical construction of tbe Englisb language, and from
'past success he is eonSdent that be would give en
tire satisfaction to taoav who waald fever-him with
tbeir patronage. For lb convenience of pupil, be
vould form three classes. to be located In tbe North,
Central and. South parts of th city, 41 is Urms will
be snoderat. --" - '-'-" ' '
. His residence Is in Segier'a block, o High street,
where be can be round, or be wU call on applicant
wbo w ill leave tbeir address at bis house.
Mr. Claiborn m parmitted to re( to tb Ber. Dr
Howell, K. J. Meigs, Isaa Paul and J. T. Peart. '
. daueltMf iJ-.U-te
Tw.1 T.oivrd lir W 1 Pnrrith L fn
.11.1 VW I -m J0 -ana w l
k SAiia lBiara worn,
P 00 jbag Family Meal; .
f Whue M Cora..
. i. L11W . - - - -"m
VVVS. 00 Jbgx Family Meal
1 1 iU
ryr VOtBi Cmui FYei
iO (or sale by.
VOtB CaaiS Freeh Poaeherjost recetved and
MltHXL, HOOPFR kcd?t4
.The lTarlloIf llcTnnjf mtitzz
Ho Gnllese Strsefc, opposite baWanae : Btsae.n
w i. ju ' ii
received an'anortmeut of FUtl, BOSCk
8HISTr. wttbuasd witheot collara. Boaom of
Lib en Cambria and Bishop aw. Also, amAll 1
f shirts, with an Eabroiuered Bosoms, by
aprA.tr J It. MrGTl.f.
Or, Mother's' Relief.
! DISEASED KIDNEYS, TJHETEB.S, ASD BLADDER; CTJSEIQ CAICXTLL
OK ST02TE IS THE BLADDER AUDI KLDNE Y, GEAVEL, vDIA- d
' BETES. HSTIAMMATI0N OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
! CHRONIC GONORRHOEA, SYMPATHETIC C01OLAINTS
,' fkilf. ATTENDANT ON PREGNANCY. AND LABOR, WEAK-
! it tFi.trsBB n-n mini vm-r . ... -
i? Is fit i-"03 ux uJa,;Jt'iiUAAI?SUS TJTERL AND--.
1 1 IN PACT; ALL DISEASES 0T THE
h3 ' ' UllINAliY; ORGANS.-
In presenting the merits of thb in-
.; valuable niedicine, again to the public,
; after a trial of more than twentj years,
as a certain, safe, and speedy cure of
; most of the chronic diseases of the
j urinary organs, the proprietor feels
fully prapared to present such an array
pi tacts, of the most indubitable kind.
, from persons living in his own- imme
diate tteighbarhoodL and his own county.
. as well as elsewhere, and such an array
, ot evidence as he confidently believes
' has never before been presented to the
public in favor of any other medicine,
patented or not, right at the place where
it started, and enough to satisfy even
; the most fastidious and incredulous,
' and leave them without the 6hadow of
a doubt of the certain efficacy of the
LITHONTRIPTICfiin the cure
;of Calculi, or Stone in the
Bladder and Kidneys, Gra
vel Deposits, LLulajiimation
i of the ITidney-s and Bladder,
Chronic Gonorrhoea, Weak
ness of the Loin, Prolapsus
' Uteri, Sympathetic Complaints at-
Itendant on Pregnancy, &c, &c. ;
! and in . time, cf , Labor, theXithon
! triptid'hasno equal on record, as can
-. be proved by many Certificates.
Among those testifying to its efficacy
may be mentioned, in his oicn neigh
borhood and county, the Physicians,
the Clergy; Clerks of the Circuit
and County Courts, Members of
the Legislature, the Grand JuRy
of his own county, Farmers.Mem
bers of Congress from his . own
district, &c, &c. an r array of testi
mony sufficient to leave all persons la
boring under any of the above-mentioned
diseases perfectly without any
excuse for not obtaining the Lithon
triptic and being healed, but downright
obstinacy or the most inveterate anti
pathy against any secret - remedy. 1 1
will say, in the language of Holy Writ,
If you do not believe the testimony
PREPARED ONLY BY W. F. GRAY, NASHVILLE, TEXTS
?For tale by all the Druggists in Nashville, and by Druggists generally throughout
t ronntry.-6m . -- - ;,i ' ' dec5-dtriwwlawtf
FH AGAV. 41 College ;t,, hes Just received th
. following new BookSr"
MOUXT VERtVON PAPE
y '..-i i i by ui; ' ,;t.u ,;!!?
. Complete ia oar Urge 12 mo Book. Pric 91 SO.
The Physiology f CemmeiiLire,
by Gen. Henry Lewis, author of Sea Side Studies,
Life of Gorthc, etc., 2 vol. .-
' Tbe object of tbe above work, tJiflers from that of
all other work oh popular science, in it attempts li
meet the wants of tbe student, while meeting those
of the general reader, who i supposed to be wholly
unacquainted with Anatomy and Physiology. Tbe
many excellent treatises which exist are above sented
to tue.adyanced atodeot- they assume a knowledge,
ana lacu.ty oi apprenension wnicn can ouiy ussuo
from practical familiarity with subjects,
' ' '- on Hallaelnatlons. '
A History and explanation of apperrition, vision
dreams, ecstacy, magnetism and sonambulism by
A.Brikrb Dx Bointoxr. !.. translated from tbe
French by Robert T. Hums, F L. S.
Folltlclans Attention IIlM
f .. .... . . ...
THE POLITICAL TEXT BOOK.OR ENCYCLOPEDIA ,
containing everytbingnecessary t--r reference of tbe
Politicians and Statesmen of tbe United States, .,
Printers A.ola Here 1 : . . t..
I have on hand and for; sale 2,600 lbs. of New
Ink , warranted a lio. 1 articles j Vf ;
ALSO ; . . r
I have just, received a complete assortment of
Wades celebrated colored Job Ink of every tint and
bade. F. HAGAN,
: Jun.'8-tf. 41 College St.
Iji ilr1TH HEB -ttJTOBIOGRAPHY ;. ., ;
Author of Lady of tbe Isle, Lost .Heiress, etc., etc.
bound (I 25, paper SI 00, for sale by
; i.Su . johv yorb: a Co.,
mar2t-tr .. r, No.89 Union Street.
. t ( :
SO. O. TUAJfOA
Johnson 1 & - Treancr,
, , , AND , , , , t
; PERIODICAL. STORE,
"'- Ifoi 6 TJnlon Street, '
-r FASUVLLLS, TZXNFSSKK.
; 1 v '-
BY virtue of Bve vendiiioui exponas, to me, direct
ed, and delivered from tbe Honorable Circuit
Cori.-ff Aavid8oaXkaty, Teanesaoe.jtt AAKiy '
term, 1860, 1 will expose to public sale, to the high
est bilder.for cash, at the Court-bouse Yard, in
the City ot fcath vllle, o Satarday, the 21st day ef
July, 1860, all the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate, which toward Lawrence and C. E. H. Martin,
then bad, or may nave since acquired in and to tn
following descrined. Property, vs A part or the tract
of stud kowji a th Gerrsit, property and itjated.
on tbe north part of Nashville-, and br-fricrilng at a
corner of an alley on Haul urns street, 179 feet west
of McLemore street, and .running west 292 feet or
there about to tbe' booth east corner of liaslums 10
North Nssbville, thence north about 150 feet to an
alley sf - 1 feet wise, thence vast aboet laO feet , te
another 12 foot alley , thence south about 160 feet te
tie beginning Levied on a the property of Ed
ward Lawrence, to satisfy two judgments in favor of
Ja. B. Craiheadr4tnd two in favor of M.il. Briaa,
and one in fa vor of .H.ChilUres8r.Ahis Jiin,2,
1800. Sale within usual hours.
:.i JOHS K. EDMUNDSO, 8heTir., ""'
By W. D. R0 BfeJtZdON , Deputy SherUT. . .
Tsurs or Saul Th above described property
will be sold for one third casb, and the balance on
lone and two years with interest.
l ; Extra Fine Corn Meal.
1 A N additional supply just received rer Glenwood.
XL Also, fifty barrels of the cheapest Food for Stock
ia tbe market,. ,BXJ, E. HHlk-LfKi A CUm n
jnael4rifU 1 f. i U 7 Mo. iiil College stret.i
By fh Astnor-of the Gambler Wife. :- "
Ifafy eiaart, Qoeea ef Scetts, oy Reynolds.
. Dickens' Sborf ftoria. -
' Th Bebsl and th Borer; . -1 - i
Just rfjtf vby I OHJf Y9KK k
' ' nne22-tf 88 Cnioa streeL
Ladies' Fine, Snoes acd Gailrrs,
T ADIiS'Xrench lasting Uonrress aad Lace
Uoncress aad Lace Gaiter, i
v ah suiu a rcttou s 1 1 unii Oal'LICray
M GIdt Calf Congress Gaiters, with and
i 1 irkheetHeel, -- i-w. u ; iS,
-t w - yrewcbraod Eagtiah Clove Kid nippan '
r t. Oaeoae Mid Pwo-tMa Boot. e '
With great variety ef-exriee for aisaes aad Cbttt
dree. Abeaetdal anrttant,of Infant Shoe.-. . n 4
snarlst t ,1 M,t . JOHM. RAHAOK.
... : - -
narrae w ItXonhly ftacaalae fer
. J orsreecejaent ef a new voisaiejaatre-'
eelvad by - JOHN YORK CO. , -
nay22-tf. ' . .. 1 ' s iSS 'TJti!c4 Street.
FrajLesUeV Gazette rmt T$&i
ton far June.
Yost reeerred by JOHX Y'K rv ,
thati shall adduce, neither would yon
believe though one arose from the dead
and told you of the great efficacy of the
Lithontriptic. " . . . .
The Faculty and ihe public may LV
surpilsed to hear of a remedy that wiU
certainly dissolve Calculi, or Stone ia
the 'Bladder, and cause it to pass off
with the urine, and permanently cure
almost all the chronic diseases of the
Urinary Organs those heretofore in
curable diseases. But the proprietor
is certain that at last ho has found out '
this great desideratum in Medicine, a
certain and safe cure for these diseases.
And all he wants' wishes, or desires, is
for the Faculty and the afflicted to give ;
his medicfjeo a fair and impartial trial.
and he has no doubt ' that they will
be thoroughly convinced of its greru
efficacy; and it does not do what he
represents it lo fdo, he would like to
know it and let it be exposed ; but if
it does effect these cures, he hopes, for
the sake of suffering humanity, the Fa
cry- the guardians of public health
will give it their influence. There ir
no humbuggery in the Lithontriptic ;
every .certificate is genuine, and tho
froprietor will give one thousand doi
ars to any .person who will find out "'
one spurious certificated ,
Any peraon doubting the truth of
any thing thai has 'sen said, i? ear
neatly' and respectfully requested' to
correspond 'with any person whose
name is annexed to any certificate, and
thereby convince himself of the truth
of every thing that has been published.
! Thevnumber of bottles that it nas
ally takes to cure is from one to five
though it has been known to take ten
bottles where there were extremely.
Urge f formations of. Calculi; or Stone
to be dissolved in the bladder.
For the efficacy ofihe Lithontripti
see the Circular, containing some of Ihe
most wonderful certificates ia the w rid, '(
around each-bottle;'. - :i t .""
sa i in 51 '. V. : 7 '
IiliXu' XlliiA iiALL.
Rich French China Dinner Setts a large
assortment of oew styles, some i-eryjuu,
r . At HICKS' China HalL
. -iiUU'.' v j.- - - : - . . '
Rich French China Tea Setts, of alniost
every style and size,
"At HICKS' China Halt
China Chamber and Toilet
At HICKS' China HalL
Rich French China Desert Setts,''
e HICKS' China HalL
cRicb French China Tete a Tete Setts,
., . ; , At HICKS' China HalL
! . Rich French China Bureau Setts, -
..'J., : At HICKS' China Hall
I Rich French China llantle Setts,
; " At HICKS' China HalL
: Rich Crystol Cut Setts, s-U --,-.
; .At HICKS' China HalL
t ?t-v -
! Rich Water Setts, French and Bohemian,
0 J U XI U - At HICKS' China HalL '
; The Best Silver Plated Setts, 6 pikes,
i 7ltl - At HICKS' China HalL- !
j Best Britamon Setts, 6 peices,
I tniffJClA mCKSVCTiWHalL
; Best Silver Plated and Bich Japan Tea
Trays In Setts, e -3 v . -? r ? 1 .
; I;'- . ;-;;At HICKS' China HalL,
; Rich Bohemian Glass, in creat variety. style
j At HICKS' China HalL
I Bronze Figures, some full life size, , -v r
. - At" HICKS' China HalL
! Panin and Bisqalts Figures, a handsome
Is Ff At HICKS' China HalL.
st r i -v . 1 . 2
IceboTgsi Ice? Water Pitchers, Water Cool- ?
ers, Shower Baths, Sponge' Baths, 'Plunge
Baths, City Baths,' Vases and Mantle Orna
ments, la great variety and style, 1 1 ' '
HICKS' China HalL
Coal Oil Lamps, si large assortment of the
best , andjargest, fiueBt and cheapest. : t i hi-
i f t AliifJKS' China HalL v
I The oesf and Bnest Table Cuttlery'and Sil
ver Plated Ware generally, and in large va
riety, .-j j-etsu k-Il. J.. -;,,
-a. . . j -. i At HICKS' China HalL
Common and fine. Queensware. Glass and
China, at wholesale and reUlI,eAeqpV
..Jtw t ai JXibJb' uhlaa HalL
House Furnishing Articles. In this line
A. H. Hicks & Co. keep almost everything.
I M ;HICKS' China HaU.
Old Stand, 46 New House; Center Block of
r New Braiding, North side Public Square
j .'u.,. . A. -h. hick's & CO. ::
. jnne8-dAwlm ' ; .
THIS estabHshment wfli be open for tbe reception
of visitors on Tuesday tbe 12th tout.-
noare St 60 per day, SS per week.
Wil. T. YKATMAif-
F.. . KREIDKR,
OE BO O KS,
JOffN TOUK 4W CO.
The Kelly' aad the O'KeHys by Dr. Thoo. ,7
argaret JfaticeaVby Charle BordetU - " -
Th Marble fawn by Hawthorne
Poe and his Critics.
1(31 on the Floes. . tl ;
Lite Strnvsle bv Miai Pr.
How to eajcr. ilSbC ills liX'1 -
rawa of fbar Aores. - -v ' 'I
Uvi BeeeentatIiB Heal X.' . .".". . -Art
Recreation. .? t--!
.Habit of Good 8soertyfor Ladle aad GsnUemee. .
XUe Mernlng Lift's Ivenlng. ' t
Note oe Nxrsing-y Hiss Vightiacaje
SIFwidis byaatbor ef Lamp Lighter. t' , ;
Bryant' tulogy on Washing-ton Irvmg. ,1 - : I
liul Be iy by aoibor of Gamblers WIT. .
Korea' Letters to Lord Maoaaay, ' .
iyiney Hall a Bovet by Thomas Hood. "
rhroa ef David by author ef Prince Hoes T :
i , fiarieV . , i,- -rl '-
Tb Florence Storie by Jaoob; Abbott.
2& Bibieeal Saaeoa Why Word of God.
ttters-Won Peet ffn if it-. -r o-.v.i a".
M W!e .r 1 U'e -f M k".t H..;re
et T"r. I ttier Sto 11 - I.