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v THE fiXI.Y PERMANENTLY GRGASIZFXt BAKU
N THE ClTT,wilt attend to all cilia fur inotU: .both
at tome ana auroaa, giving enure saiiiiaciK'u r n
charge, rue Bona is composed or .r .
, with a complete set of new filver instruments.
Allcalb fur mask;, for rur.eral3, pic-uics, sercr
:uJn abd jubilet-c, will be attended promptly.
W. I- HORN,
Manager an J Conductor,
aprSI-ly 15 South College Street.
Health and' Happiness
TUB CONCENTRATED CURE
1 A POWERFUL. REMEDY
- ; ' ' A POWERFUL EEiLEpY
FOR ""WEAKNESS -FOR
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
. .. . . it . r x r i T fiTI'nn itimT
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
roCXI MEN who re suffering from ttee Beets -
X. vrtiihfuliujiscrelion can be surely aud perroa
ueutiy restored by us:::gtue
Thisrmedy is put up in small vials. and can be
ent by mailto any al-tress. A trial will satiafy.
I'.t(r .i wKk.aii.tTOi will experience a rr:it
benefit. A eircJlirc-KiLnniuefnil n-irtiruUrsrut
(Iree)oa application. rri-e,p-r u'-ii- .
Oacbottlr wilL'ast a month.
N S Th'.Fremody ifeuitablefor eithersex.
K . CR'JGKR. y-' lk-al Agent ,
47 Broadway New York
Hollow) Pills and, . Ointment.
iriTlip?e P;IU have the power ot so lar per-
feetine the digestion, that the Worm U destroyed in
the stomach, or iT attached to the bowels expelled
by the.r action the Omiuieiil locally applied, kills
on contact, the u jru or seat worm. s-oid everj
-- CiLvrrA.voH-.A, March ST.lS'lO.
Mers. Clark. Crehoey k Co.: This is to cert fr
nhat 1 have bea t tiU-ted with Rheumatism for the
laA ten years, and so badly alilicted that I was not
-able to attend to nay usual avocation, anc that I have
so ;nt some eight hundred or one thousand Hollars in
trying physicians and the most popul ir medicines of
4he tL.v. without relief. The Ambrosial Oil has done
more to restore me to health than all eUe besides,
jnlyll-lw ViI. W.UF.RS.
From the Ca'.eudar, Hartford, August 27, lo-VJ-
rtrfiivj fii rc This article is the
ef t preparation we ha-e ever used for f h purpose
T repairing spliutered veueer, furniture, etc.wbere
ge is rt quired, and i so chemically prepared as to
be always ready for use. jtilyll-.w
We would particularly call the attention of our
readers to a remedy known as Mclean's Stteneth
ening Cordial and Elood TuriiW. It U certainly a
valuable remedy. We therefore say to all, call at
the agent's, and test foryocrwlves its intrinsic mer
its. It is delicious to take. We ak our lay readers
-to try it. See the advertisement in another column.
I have sold out my entira interest in the firm of
Nicnoisos k HmrnntY, to I'av.d IU ekv, who
wJl continue tte business a heretofore. I will
w--i him in win ling tip the business of the old
firm, and solicit for h:m a ccctinuanre of thetatron
age bestowed on the old triu.
July 2, IsCO. J- C. MCHOLcOX.
In crdor to reduce my Stock as niach as possible,
before receiving new Goods, for a fciiort time I will
offer mv ent-re EtCA-k at cost, for cash.
ri! PATIO HUMPHREY.
7 TP II XI I For the INSTANT RELIEF and
id 1 11 Jl A pfcRMASENTlURE or this dig
ressing complamt use
Vade I y a B. SEYMOUR A Cu.,107 NASSAU ST., N
Y. Price SI per box; sent free by post.
FOB SALE AT ALL MUGGISTS.
ta j S-insly
"he fLrcsfcuare of the t-t.te or Georgia haTicg
paisd he tallowing Act, at its Session of ISaS, pro-
tubitme the drawing of lotteries within its junsuic
tkm, afur the 1st dny of June, 1S60, we will on that
day , remove oar entire business to Wilmington , Del.
WOOD, EDDY fct-V ,
.n.ratiJ Vaurers f the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentnckf Sute Ixtteries.
To repeal aa laws, and parts riaw5,aBthoriring Lot
teries in the State of Georgia, ant for ituer pur
SECTliVf 1. Ik". Genrrat AssmUyof G-rri(X do enact,
That from and aftr the first iay of June, Eighteen
Hundred and irix.y ,all laws and parts or laws aulhor
im lotteries in the 5ut ot" Georgia, or the vend
ing of Lottery Tickets in said State, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
- December 11, 1S5S. tnavlS-tf
1G Y11A11S OLD.
have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
f V from North Carolina, Slid to be si xteen years
old, which we believe v be strictly pure, aud as
- represented. ' iJXLYETT a::?3iirii.
A L S O
IX bond, a cask of James' Hennessy Brandy, (Yin
tape of 1S52), which we think will fu:t the most
(fastidious palate. Ltia.it.il cauiu
A It S O
LOT of choice WhisKy, in store since 1S59, and
A which defy comit-t.li..n.
jnuc5-lin Kos.lOand Vi llurkct street.
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
yr- T- DR. KIViJ, formerly or New York, or
fc the last four year of Louisville, Ky .,
I and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, flat
ters himself, having attended to a practice for so ma
ny years. and cured so many thousands, he is ena
bled to cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat
ter bow bad they ruay be from irjucicions medical
treatment, or from neglect of thejr own. Dr. King's
Dispensary to No. 23 Ivaderick street, between Cher
ry and the Square, second story, where lie cures all
- diseases of a prtvate nature.
ikKcoKKHEA cured without nauseous medicines or
nterterenco with business.
tTJUCTraK of old or recent date, effi-ctuaKy cured
ia a few days, by aa operation whiebcauses nopan
Where a Stricture :xU4s health cauiikt be er yed.
Perhaps no disease causes more Diiscbief and under
mines the constitution so much.
2Tnuus,with all the diseases of the rkin, growing
oot of neglect or bad treatment, cau be eflecctually
-corwl in a tew days.
Vulval WsakscvS. Particular attention having
been given to Urn disease, and all the consequence
crowing out of it, brought on in many esses by the
, destructive habits of inconsiderate youths, and ex
cessive indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which
will nndernune the constitution , ren cering the sub
Ject nnat Ter business or society ,and causing prema
ture old age.
Females who may be laboring with any difficulty
of the Womb may rest at-surad of immediate relief.
Persons reskliug abroad, by writing and ptaimg
their case, wnba fee mcU.jxl, directed to It. a.
king, Xo. 3 leaderick sir. el. Nathvule, Tonn., will
have the necessary medicines sent tc their address,
Omce honrs from Uo'clcck in the moruiug until 9 la
the evening. juiylo-iudaly-
Tcmpesl's Fruit Jars.
1"17E have o hand several hendred dozen Quarts
t V and Half Gallon of tlee fcunoaa 1 ru4 Jars.
The simplest, cbea!t and best ar icle yii invtLUd
fir the preservation of Fruit and Vi-vttbles.
Tempest's Jars preserve Stkawbebjuks!
- - - Tempest Jars preserve EaenuKuisi
Tempest's Jars preserv BLacSBSiuuas I
"Tempest's Jars preserve Pi Put-vr I
Tempest's Jars preserve Psaous I .
Tesapst'B J" preserve Ptrs !
Tempest's Jars preserve Qtucsal
. Tempest's Jars preserve Cukkkiks 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Tosatob I
11 V U V C IVU -UJ'J"J W A I M1UI B UMf UI.V Mill
Tin Jars of all sises.
XLiyU. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, ail sizes
which we are offering at coat price, as weleel assured
Tempest's Stone Jar
snast supercede all others. -
iuBe-u- Mackenzie & wiscni.v.
JcU ErtciTcd bjH. A.Parrisli
OH!! BAG Cnmhei Corn;
UU 100 bags Family Meal;
--850 baft White Meal Cora.
N ASHY ILL. K:
" MONDAY MORNINtrJULYlC, 18C0.
RO O K-Cl TY'M I lIS
'r RETAIL PRICES. '
r- Beli' " Flour in 3ag8 i-
iu half bags!
Old Hickory do. " 4 S5;
jgle . do. .' r3 60; "
Mixed Brau,perlOulbs...tiedollar .
Corn Meal, per buiihel .J I 00.
Delivered to til parts of the city.
310TE5EXTS OP TBE RAILROADS.
Departnre of PaswngrrTntlns. -
NasnvitiKftCHATTaxooca 4 A.M., 3 P. M.
TcrxESPima AtattAXA 4:15 A.M., 3:00 P
Lori!niXEi Nashville 5:0OA.M.,5:5O P.M
" " GallatirEtpres4:30 P.M.
EiKiKririD & KxaTTCKT C:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M
Kashville&Ci-attaxhma 5 P. M. A.M.
Tbxxtcihee h Alabama 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
LovtsvixLElt Xbviui- 305 A.M. 2:15 P.M.
Gallatin txpresf:10 A.M
Edgefielo k EEvrrcxv lO A.M., 7 P. M.
We are authorised to announce S. N. HOI
I.IN'CtWOI'.TH as a candidate for re-election to the
office of Majorat the next ileuicipal election.
We are authorized to announced R. B. CHEAT
HAM as a candidate for the office of Mayor at the
next Municipal election. " julyl2 te
ti Vi'e are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing muni
Jig- We are authorized to announce W. 8. CHEAT
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 5th Ward,
at the ensuing Municipal election. juue7-te
77 We are authorized to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the .r-th
Ward, at thi ensuing Muncipial electiou.
jCw V.'e are authorized to announce Bob.- L.
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman of the 4th
Bill Gekys. This Company meets to
night at the Patriot office.
The Clarkavllle Convention.
The Bbeckinkidge Democracy had a
Convention at Clarksville last Saturday, to
bring out a candidate for Elector in this
District. It was expected by the immedi
ate friends of the enterprise that it would
be a large affair ; but owning to sickness in
the family and the inclemency of the weath
er, it was smalL The management of the
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad also antici
pated a ground-swell, (though why they
should have cherished such anticipatins we
can't tell), and accordingly hung on an ex
tra car to the regular train, to accommodate
the tide; but the tide didn't flow, and the
car, it is said, was dragged all the way
through as empty as the hopes of the two
wings of the Democracy.
When the train reached Clarksville it was
found that the programme called for a pro
cession and a march up town, with music
and banners. A procession was got up of
course. It consisted of a,bout seventy-five
or a hundred of the terrified of Davidson,
Robertson, Montgomery, Cheatham, Stew
art and Dickson some ten or fifteen to each
county, though' most of them were from
Davidson and Montgomery. At the head of
this procession, which bore a dilapidated
banner, on which a consumptive rooster
was emblazoned, stood a "colod pusson"
armed with a fiddle. When the word to
move off was given, the music struck up
that inspiring stain at the sound of which
every patriotic Southern heart thrills with
"Rack back, Davy Jon't care a d n,"
"and," in the language of the historian of
the First Napoleon, 'the extraordinary
march was begun." Along the middle of
the street the funeral-like procession moved,
while all the little boys in town, both white
and black, ran along the side-walks laugh
ing consumedly at a sight, which struck
even them as ludicrous, and shouting "la
dies to the right!" "go it bob-tail!" &c,
&c. It is said by good judges of fan that
the thing was at least fifty per cent, better
than the best monkey-show that ever passed
through this country. One Democrat, who
thinks he is going to the bosom of Breck-iskidge-ahd-Lask
when he dies, felt so
exceedingly small that he incontinently
broke ranks and took up an alley, and when
the procession reached the Court-house, he
was standing in the door, looking as inno
cent as if he had n't been six inches from
the spot in three weeks.
A majority of our informants slate that
the Convention was composed of about two
hundred men and boys, all told. It is im
possible to tell how many. of thoue present
were Breckihridor Democrats, and dele
gates, but we'll put the number at fifty,
which is liberal.
Such, in truth, was the Clarksville Con
Yention. . The people down there will laugh
at that procession the longest day they
7th and 8th Ward CluDft.
A joint meeting of citizens of the 7th and
8th Wards was held last Monday night, at
Temperance Hall, in the former Ward, for
the purpose-- organizing Bell and Ever
ett ClcbsJ .
The Club for the 7th Ward was organized
by the selection of the following officers :
Wm. II. Crostrwaite, President.
W. W. Park and Isaac Paul, Vice Presi
dent". L. M. Gohbt, Secretary.
Capt. Stbohg; Treasury.
Arj Executive Committee was also ap
pointed, but the names of the gentlemen
composing it have not been furnished us.
The 8th Ward Club was organized by the
selection of the following officers :
M. C. Cottom, President.
C. W. Nasce and A. A. Hatcher, Vice
W. fl. Hailey, Treasurer.
Executive Committee Ed. Payne, C.
W. Nance. Jo. P. Brown. J. M. Seabury.
and II. O. Rives. -.
Committee os Coxstitutios asd By-
Laws. A. A. Hatcher, Ira P. Jones, and
The meeting was characterized by the ut
most harmony and good feeling, the desire
being general to do something to promote
the dissemination of sound principle, and
the success of the Constitutional Union
ticket. Speeches were. made by H. Cox
and Ira P. Joses, Esqs., both, gentlemen
exhibiting in their remarks, vigor of
thought and expression, and an intimate
acquaintance with the political topiesof the
day, and aroused the enthusiasm of their
hearers. Let the good work go on. Every
Ward in the city now has it club, we believe.
Lf .Lhey keep up their efforts they can do
much to increase the majority in oar city.
Will they not do it? They vill, we can an
swer for them.
"Locks or Hair." oD, cf0nr correspon
dents is anxious to see the poem bearing
this title again in print. reader or
the Pateiot having a copy will send It t
us, we will regard the act as a special favor.
JtST J- J. ScxxiYAir has our. thanka for
New York papext twelve hours In advamoe
of the mail.
Third Waid Bell aid Everett Clcb -
This Club was organized on Saturday even
ing last, at which time they received an In
vitation from the President of the Fourth
Ward Club to visit the latter association to
morrow evening, on the occasion of the Pub
lic Speaking at the Liberty Pole in the Fourth
Ward. The invitation was accepted, and a
resolution was passed inviting all the other
Ward Clubs in the city to meet them at the
Market Ilouse Thursday evening at 8 o'
clock. We learn that several of our ablest
speakers will address the meeting. Let us
see which Ward can turn out the greatest
number of Union men.
Berolzheimer, Illfbldeb & Co's. Ea
gle Percils. For sometime past we have
been using the Eagle Pencil, manufactured
in Furth, Bavaria, by Messrs. Berolzeirer,
Illfeldzr & Co., and furnished to the
trade in this country by a branch of their
house at No. 97 William Street, New York.
We have used black lead pencils made by
all the most popular manufacturers, and
after testing the Eagle Pencils sufficiently
to judge of their merits, we do not hesitate
to say that they are in every respect fully
eqnal to any we have ever used. They are
said to be the only pencils that are made by
steam power, and posses a uniformity of
quality that h&s rendered them immensely
popular wherever they have been intro
duced. They are also acknowleged to be
the cheapest of all the pencils that have es
tablished a high reputation. They are per
fectly free from grit, and produce an even
and beautiful mark.
Messrs. Berolzeimer, Illfslder & Co.,
manufacture pencils of all grades and colors,
from the most costly to the cheapest. Their
drawing pencils are said by artists to be the
best now in use.
We commend the Eagle Pencil to the
trade. It will be found to be of the best
quality, and cheaper than any other of the
Mr. Geo. W. Dicksor, formerly with A.
W. Faber, and well and favorably known to
many of the Southern dealers, is now with
Messrs. B. I. & Co., and will be pleased to
meet his old friends at No. 97 William
Bcy that Panorama. Bbrj. F. Shields
& Co., will sell at public sale this morning,
at their Auction House opposite the Se
wanee House, the Panorama of Banyan's
Pilgrim's Progress which was on exhibition
at Douglas Hall and at Odd-Fellows' Hall
some time since. This Panorama has been
visited and admiredby thousands, and 'any
one desiring to go into the show business
without having to invest much capital, will
find this a rare opportunity. Be on hand
when the bell rings.
XcaWe fear our neighbor on the corner
of Church and Cherry was not very well
pleased with our good humored reference,
in Monday morning's Patriot, - to his an
nouncement of a "Joseph Lane Campaign
Union and American for Fifty Cents," and
the "judicial selection" of Mr.Ewisa as
Breckixridgr Elector for this District. He
declares, in a melancholy tone of voice
which cuts us to the heart, that
"Such mistakes are as mortifying to us
as they are inexplicable to our neighbors,
and we can only account for them upon the
old doctrine that 'To err is human,' and
that printers are human, although though
they may not be able to get along well
without 'a devil.' "
We know these errors will occur. They
can't be avoided. But our neighbor has a
printer, and that printer has a deviL He
ought to do as we do make the devil read
the proof. ...
Prize Bassir. We are informed that
the Third Ward Bell and Everett Club,
having gone into the fight with "their ar
mor on" and their weapons ''gleaming in
the sun," are determined to make an effort
to be the club of the city in point of num
bers, and challenge the other clubs of the
city to show a large, turn-oat of bona fide
members on the first of September, and
will present as a prize to the Club which
out-numbers them a beautiful silken ban
ner, surmounted by a liberty-cap, and bear
ing upon its fields life-like portraits of the
Constitutional Union candidates Joan Bell
and Edward Everett.
This is a liberal challenge, and we hope
to see it liberally accepted.
To the Editors op the Patriot : ,
Seeing so many certificates in your paper
of cures made by the Indian Doctor, I deem
it my duty to make known to the public the
benefit my wife has received from the use of
his medicine. She has been afflicted with
Dropsy for about four yean1; her body und
limbs badly swollen. We tried all remedies
we could get hold of. She was treated by
five of the most eminent physicians in the
country, but nothing seemed to reliuve her
until she - began to take the IndUn Doctor's
remedies which relieved her immediately.
I think his remedies for Dropsy are the
best in the world, and should advise all thus
afflicted to apply to him. O. Ki.Lis.fe-
NathvilU, June 19, 1860.
Nashville, June 14th, 18G0.
To the Editors of tuk Patriot:
I wish to make a statement through your
columns of what the Indian Doctor's Pills
and Blood Purifier have done tor me. I bave
taken about a quart ot blue mass and all oth
er medicines I could get hold of; none seemed
to give me relief. I was troubled with Dys
pepsia until I applied lo the Indian Doctor,
who gave me his Pills and Blood Purifier
which relieved m: immediately. I am now
in better health than I have been lor many
years, and I can recommend the Indian Doc
tor's remedies to le all he represents them to
lie. and should ad vise all afflicted to try his
medicine. Capt. David Hughes.
julyl2-tf . ,
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
FASSETT & CR0SSMAN,
KO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVILLE, TENS'..
XattuTadarcrs and Wholesale and Rttail
DCALSag M ALL K1.NP8 OF
UBIES IXBfiEMS' TRATE11XG TBOKS,
Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &c,
DESIRK to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our liue. (wholesale or retail,) to
ine oxir stoca oeiorc purcuums . ucm,
e ae oeundeut that we can sel 1 as low ss any other
HUM ta tbecit.- Our stock is all of our own man.
aactar and is "made of the best materials and by
ktlas3 workmen. All most admit the wisdom of
Tng work made at home, in preference to baying
wZxasaee at the Fast expressly tor Jobbing.
tl especially lavite the attention of the ladies to
FATEXT TRJM FOR LADIES. ,
. El fcaM compartments f-r Bonneis, Dresses, Para-
tfi, Brusbra. asd a water-proof compartment for
Si sanies-Oils, Ice.
AM of Trunks made to ordi r, covered or re
nt tood-JBt bhorl notice. Give ns call, at 51 Market
iu eet,KM doors Sooth or the Square. v,
j ais-aiy KAasKff k cbossmax,
OI si sFtoint Comfort, Virginia.
Tate .favorite Summer resort, celebrated for its
Sine sea .bathing, refresh!! g sea breezes nd
abui istuioe oi.nno bhi,
real W BOT tUe reception oi yucnta u
will rsUieecent improvements, thorough renovatioD
and Bstintsxc the establishment will presentaddiUoaal
indu wameoSi persons seeking a deligbtf nl Summer
resk rce and with th strictest atten tion lo bnajness
and wujntive assisUuts, we hope to, merit a fall
.bar, i-fAue public patronage.
ma raWAtriwlm . C. C. WILLARR .
Mercer Potatoes. ,
1 f At EIJaiElS New Yoric tHereer potatoes, goou
ting or planting, trl rM"
le by -
K 14 South Marks' at.'
Gode-fa lUidies Book, for alulft
Jest ree wived by JOB YORK & CO.
' I DtMrsellte' Fire.
New Orleans, July ; 1 7' TUrty-three
building, comprising the best portion of the
townf Dallas, Texas, were burned od the
7th. Loss from 300,000 to -WO.OOO; barer
ly insured. .-- , l .-. --.-. '
From Vera Cruz,"
New Oblbaks, July 17. The steamerSufi
folk, with Vera Cruz dates of -the 7th, has
arrived.' . m :--',:! - Jia ;
Torre & Co., bankers in Mexico, have
failed. . Their liabilitiea-re large. ,H'.i
Zuloaga has escaped from Miramen and
pronounced m-favor of the" Liberals, i .,;:,:
: Ktver Kewa.
; LocLSYiLLE,July 17". The river is falling,
with 4 feet 3 inchts water in the canal. ? "
; - WASHiitaiojf, Jaly 17. The French Min
ister has announced ' that England j and
France have declared war -gainst China,
with assurances that neutral goods except
those contraband would be protected.
From SfewlTorlc. ' j.-.
New York, July 17. Thirty-three dwel
hsuses on Washington street, occupied by
48 families, were burned to-day. ,-.
lhe Tribune's dispatch says Minister Mc
Lane will wilheraw from his mission.
St. Johns, July 17. A Liverpool steamer,'
probably the Sentonia. passed Cape Race
to-day, but was not boarded for the news.
Louisvillr, July 17. There was a brief,
but violent storm this afternoon, with wind
and rain, in consequence of which the
Eastern lines are interrupted to-night.
t. S. SrSKKT. . ., , . , .. ,. .. .. ',KT SPEBBV
J. N. & H. SPERRY'
WHOLESALE GROCERS, .
Commission, receiving and ForwardinS
"'AT 17 T?-n TT'A 'W T ft -
J.TA. -A.l -Kr. A. -C A- A. V . -A- , . f
AND DEALEK3 IN y
Pure AViues and Brandies; Alk
AIso-Domeitic Linorsj TobVcco, Cigars, ie
No. 53 "Market street, Gordon's Block, .
HAVING associated ourselves together for the
the purpose ot transacting a General Grocery,
Commission aud Receiving and Forwarding Business
we feel assured , from a long experience in this busi
ness, that we cau give satislactiou to all who may fa
vor us with, tneir patronage, it is our intention to
keep constantly iu store a well assorted stock of Gro
ceries, Wines and Liquors, and our determ'naticn to
sell them as cheap as they can be bought elsewhere.
J. X. k U. SPERRY.
We are now receiving a large and complete assort
ment of Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cigars aud To
bacco.to which we Invite your attention. ' Our stock
consists in part of the following articles: '
Sugar ana Coffee. k
60 buds. Sugar; 10 boxes Boston Loaf; .
150 bblspow. & crush do; 50 bbls Molasses;
50 do CoUee Sugar, 150 bags Baltimore Coffee.
Wines aud Liquors.
500 bbls rectified Whisky ; 50 do Newsom's do;
60 do Robiusonco. do; 160 pkgs Brandy ,Wine,Gin
600 boxe Star Candles; 200 pkgsPaisins;
600 kega Nails; 100 box Pickles & Catsup;
100 boxesChepse; SO do Oysters;
600 gross Hatches; . 100 boxes Tacks;
100 do Mason's Blacking; :00 reams Wrap. Paper;
60 boxes Garrett's nud; 100 do Letter Paper;
50 reels Cotton Rope;- ' 100 lug8 STiotJ '
150 doz Painted Buckets; 20 kegs Bar Lead ;
-50 nests- do- - Tnbs;- 100 kiU Mackerel Fish;
50 dox Wash Boarcs; 50 bags Popper fc Spice-
60 coilsgrassijuteKope loO boxes Ground. Gim;ei
500 boxes G lass ware ; aud Pepper.
600 drums Smyrna Figs;
Clears and Xobacco.
50,000 Henry Clay Cgars;
50,00) Nap-Heon do; . .
2,500 La Competition Cigars, imported; '
. 1500 German Cigars, various brands;
100 Gross Smoking Tobacco;
80 Boxes Langhoru A Aruiistead Tubac o; ; A
ZD ao J. a. way , . . uo;
25 do E. P. White .do;
50 do Tennessee Tobacco, various brands:
Aad many other articles too nupierous to inentioc
J. -N. & 11. SffcKKY , - -narl9-tf
53 Market St.. Nashville, Tenn
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iUR stock of Full Bosom Shirts is again complete
KJ For coolness and comfort we commend them as
beiuif particularly appropriate to the present hot sea
son. We have also a small lot of Putt Bosom Shirts,
together with an endless variety of plainer styles. "
- We have also received another )t of handsome
Keck Ties,. Gloves,. Handkerchiefs, dressing Robes,
c-uspenaers, Maii-noie,c., c. Also, a re-suppiy oi
Seasonable lMihlt-tt lAH. uall andeo our lioods.
We are detcrmlued to dispose of them at very low
ngures, being anxious to reduce our stock.
june22-tf J. II. McGILL.
THE KLADV FAMILY
S O A ...:.1t A W 4i IV. (
AN indespcnsible article in every family, whereby
with their ordinary-kitchen grease, combined
with the Saponifter, they can make all the Soap the;
nse hard, soft or fancy. It will make hard walet
soft, and will clean type to perfection nothing equaU
it for cleaning and scouring.
Fat np In air-tight iron boxes of one lb, each;
which will make, with 4 to 5 lbs. common
grease, from 15 t 25 gallons elegant soft
soap, or 8 to 10 lbs. hard.
It has now been several y ears since this invaluable
article was first introduced to the public, and the es
timation in which it is held wherever known ant
tried, sod the immense demand for it from all qua,
ters.are conclusive proofs of its real merits and val
ue as a family article.
BEWARK or inn AllOyS The success of out
article, like that of all discoveries of true merit and
value, iiss induced unprincipled parties to imitate it.
We therefore CAmos the rrstic against' worthiest
COUNTERFEITS and to take none but the genuine,
original and patented article, Manufactured oclv by
ibe PFA'NSYLVAKIA SALT MANUFACTURING COM
PANY, of Fist Tarentum, Allegheny co-, Pa. Office
and Depot, No.' 396 Pean tt., above the Canal Bridge.
Pittsburgh, Peon., who aluo manufacture of standard
quality, Caustic Soda for Soap Makers, Soda Ash, Re
fined I ods Asa, Sal Sixla, Chloride of Calcium, Cop
peras,Manganese, Nitric Acid,SodaSaiaratU8. Bleach
ing Powder, Muriatic Aeid, Sulphuric Acid, Aqua
Fortis, Chloroform.. , ,
Extra Refined Snow-Whitc Table. Dairy and Pack
lag Salt, warranted entirely Pare and Dry, pot up in
various packages and stylos. . The only Pure Salt in
.- TOR SALE BY ALT.
Store Keepers in the United States. ...
' 1000 Cases Sapouifier, genuiue, for sale at
facturers .rices in lots to suit purvbasers, by
f mrl9-wly ; - s . , , . .- SuLouU.Mo
1HAYE 10 or 12 a-res of as pretty land, near the
Junction of Nolensvllle aud Mill Creek Valley
Turnpike, as lies is , IXuuds&a county, which I wish
to sell low tor cash. Apply to K. R. tiLAfcncn & Co.
June2u-tf - - .- - JNO. 8.- PET WAY.
- Extra Fine Corn Meal.
AN additional supply just received rer Glenwood.
Also, hlty barrels or the cheapest Food for Stock
is the market. BENJ. F. SHir.LDS k CO.
Junel-l-tf No. 27 College street.
. K M OJVrAX. ,.
HAVE removed their Book-Bindery MfSTiYt
and Blank-Book Manufactory to Jflmtmi V
tne Baptist Publishing' lieune, -tet r-TTr
bouse below Dong lass: Co., north wi wl ml f
Market street, No.59, 2d door from the Sq dare and
will be glad to see all their old customers and invite
tew ones tbat want werk in our line. W are pre
pared to make Blauk Books In the best Dinner and
after any given patiern. Particularattention wilt be
paid to the Biodiug of Periodicals and old Books '
Our -prices are as low as he lowest. The at Tte of
work can be seen at the Bindery r Store on Unloo
street. Books left at either place will receive Im
mediate attention. . , ... . - febll-Uisdtf
- COAL OIL X :.:CQA1XCIX ! v
Ct BARRELS Very-Best Coal Oil Jnst received
X,J and for sale at 74 cts. per gallon-by the bar.
rei,by kaln's, BROWN kCO.
JLailt Patriot OrFidt:,
sbperiii? af $6af$C
50 : extra 7fife7 50 UK bbl. In sack $5 50
for extrc, wht'lesli
WiiTfr Corn 75 pr-tu.sliLl;! hmxlm
.Oits5 to COft per bushel. jW
1 "25 IdTprline lletL ' White ' SI SO per.
Sri- .rt J r-t sc
DACON-Ts i - reqlcsV anVlf -ECarce.- We
quote shoulders at SJ.; clear sides cll J,"
hams lOJOTlc. "B.tt These are , 'trie bnying
rates-froui wagons packers recive Jc id
vabce -on themii J O O CL I
' X.AED Is in demand and tells readily at
iili2tt.". "'- --vu tv- ; l'
:1MEAL--i8 selling at 76X)&;baBeL:
;FEaTHERSW qaote'at 40042 $ jC
' VGEbCERIES.it-W'e 'uote j t Fair sugar
89 B ft.j.pripieii t9.c!it)IBo. SilOc.i,jn
barrels llc. advance on these figures.! m?-,
...i.i i ;,.',-.) ,i -. .. . - j,
New York Coffee Sugars 10 jQllJcv lb
crushed'ar'ndijOwdefed n12c: Loaf 11
- MOLASSES AND SYRUP
barrels .494POj jftigaL; , half barrels 'Jf5(
48c; Sugar House 43 45c. Golden; Syrop-
in barrels 7uc: half barrels 80c; and keg"
.............. .. li;,';
Ctenpaisa 5c,,lt u - f'.i
. COFFEE. Rio 1515Jc.; Lagnyra l:43;
15c, Java 1820c: lbT'Stock.( light.
!; TEA! Imperial 50cf I j ;Ganpowd5F5
f75c.;'"Young Hyson 406Q f.i Black 60
siLTWequoteCbafseSack t $1 50
and Fine at $1 C0$1 70 ; and. Barrel at
i. COTTON YARNSA The folio wing, are the
agents' -quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
auT8009c.-fCdozfc1)0r 10c.; 500 11c;
anT 400; 126.JJ . Y ' . At ;' lV
WSKY.rIlectified is heldat"2022c:
. gallon, and country at 5075q. 'gallon,
according to quality. ' f i
CANDLES. Star !18e per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight.7 TalloWi summer
pressed. 13c; Sperm 45a50ejer lb. .in , .
. Raisins Layer $3a3 25 -per box; W. R,
$2 50a2.75. . ..J..; '; " ' :'. -
... SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75jerbox,C
BRAN. $1 50 per cwL ., . j
HAY $26 per ton, ,
BEESWAX 2 Ga27c per lb. . . y t
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc perlb"1
St. Louis Market.
; Sr. Xocis, July 14- P.Af..i
PROVISIONS Holders were quite firm . We quote
Mess Pork, at S19 50.. Prime Lard, 13-;- A lot or
12,000 pounds Shouldeis, in salt, the last in the mar
ket, was sold, bat the- price ' was not made public.
Slea also of 60,000 pounds City Bacon, Clear Sides,
and 15,000 pounds Rib do, loosei oa private terms.
City Shoulders were held firmly at 8Jc an advance;
sales of 7 cks Country Shoulders, prtvate terms, dud'
3 cks do Clear Sides at ll c. . .
1 LOUR There was no demand for round lots, and
but little demand for small ones. The only sales re
ported were 150 bags. Rosa Hill, city Superfine, at
S2 TO; 50 bbls city Superhue at $5 40, and, 90 bbls
Fancy at $5 00. ..::. ' ;;'
WUKAT There were no receipts by river, and
only small ones by railroad Round lots in Store (lid
not lind sales at prices asked . dales of 84. sk s new at
l 17; 240 sks fall at $1 20(31 25, and 887 sks. do. p.
t Xj club reported. i '. ' ? i
HGA-R-Tlie- market has 'hewn n'change from
last week. Sales have b.'eu small at 7?c to
lor Low fair to, l r line, rsew ur leans uanued i.at
arrived prolty try iiil'j'Slie?. hYfi.'bn at 9
Sleeper lb. " " " ' -. .- .
BF.IXHER'3 gUuA'-iS Double refined Leaf llC;
Small Loaf 10c; Crushed double relined loJitffHc;
Crushed 10?ic; powaerea aouuie renna io;,c:
Powdered 10?ic t Refined White- 40e8ned Yel
low 9hic: Golden Syrup in barrels 64; half-barrels
60c;kegs 69c; Sugarh0USe"Syrup-MoIasses 46,48, 6le;
Clay nenueu sugarnouso aiontees , , dc, iis
sonri - Refiury Sugarbouse Molusses 36, 38 , 41c
The nsual discount allowed. ' k , '
iliii;-' Baltimore Ittarltet. I ".'
' 'BiiTUtORK, July 14; P. M
COFBEE We have no movement of importance o
note to-day. We would beg to refer our readers to
the week4y review or - Meesrs? White k- Fid. r, to
be found below:. ,
WEEKLY COFFER REPORT.
Stock of P.io Coflee, July 7,1860.,
Received since.. i .... ......'.-.
-i-C i s i. . t.i .
Taken for cousurpption .'
.. 5,800 bags.
Stock of Rio on hand this dy .
Remarks Tue principal transactions of the week
embrace the sale of about 1,100 baizs by the import-
crsat 14,'4c;and various small tiaacetafrpm second
hands at 14al4,c, estaDiiiiing an advance 01 iuuy a
cent on last week's pnesSi Holders iiidisosed to
sell without a further advance. We advuncw our
quotations to correspond" Vith the actual operations,
aud the present dtnnwiaor holders. Primo Rio 14a
14i ,Laguyni;14ala, Java 16al7.
' ...i.s.-. WHITE ELDERS, t
j Coffee Brokers."'"
"GRa'iN" "Tfie offerings at the Corn Exchange to day
were light, and did not exceed 19,000bu8hels. tWbeat
was In good demand, 'and for tne- better grades,
which aTe scarce, prices are very firm, but tommoin
and medium grades ' are dull of sale.- -There were
9,000 bushels offered , and . sales were made or red at
L Lbl Ifii Qts-L turjiXaJri. lPgP$Jand 1 25al 28e for.
prime; und whites brought 1 lual 18c fur common,
1 30a I 45c for fair to good, and 1 oOal 56c for prime
aadeboice irceis. i Pjra was snJek, bill prices were
steady. There were 7,000 bushels offered, and yel
low Sold' at tji66cfor good, and white at 7!a73c.
Prime yellow, if here . would readily fcring f 3i, and
do. white 75,000. . ' ' .
"Markets by Telegraplkr J '
New ORtKARff,"' July-47. Cotton quiet;
sales of 40ft bales; quotations nominal; mid
dling 10c; sales t of three days 75) bales;!
-receipts of three -days bales, against 650
bales during th. corresponding time- last
year;, total receipts at. .this, .port, ahead of
last , year, 400,600 bales; at all Southern
ports, 784,500 bales. Molasses 28c. Flour
has a declining tendency at 5.45a5 GO,
.Mess Porkfrm. at 21.00. Tobacco firm; lugs
I'Jc; fine leaf 7a7. Sterling Exchange 9a
9 J. On bills ol lading 8Ja. New York sight
g premium. Nothing done in freights:
v Nashville Female Academy. '
f ' Founded 181G. i
TiHE next- session of this- InsMtnr1on oegins first
; Monday in September.. Preparatian week lor
'classification and" rooming" of pupils,' the last week In
August: " Note the following-advantages:
1. The Buildings in extent asd fitness for
School purposes, domestic comforts, health, exercise
aad convenience are wholly nnequaled in the United
S'atcs. We cballouge a comparison., .
' S. Tfce Mix Acres of Lawn and Shade
are enclosed so as U secure the grtest pxiVHuy aiut
adord Eopi'stbe unrestrained freedom of childish
sports . and innocent amusements. . - i N
3. !Moi-ctatrIau. Tlie Academy belongs to
fifty gentlemen represented by seven of their num
ber of different denominations, pledged to preserve
the noD-sectarian character of the school. 1 .
' 'Ar-Tlie Maternal Care of the Boarding pu
pils is entrusted .under the constant supervision at
the Principal, to ladies ot culture and education, who
devote their whole time to the happiness and comart
r .uA 1 n .- . - '-
6. rite Health of the Institution is
unpreceuen tod in the history of schools, ua y three
deaths haVeoocnrrwd among the pupils in over forty
ye irs. The health statistics of the Institution are
among Hs highest recommendations." '.? ;
6. The Ilaomi are lare, well farhtebed, and
never crowded. ; ii"!-
7: security from Fire. The ''bandings are
heated by steatu and lighted with gas, so that Ibe
pupils are secure from the ordinary accidents accru
ing froth sTJVCs,Hre"pla"ces, and moveable lights.
Besides the evenness at' .temperature adds greatly to.
lhe health of the schooL . m. ,-..
- 8. Rezulatlona which years bave shown to
be most salutary, will be continued in their. fall fttreo
The fewest possible changes wiM.uema.de in the
rules and general arrangements of the AcvJemy.
9. The Faculty is composed of tliirty-nYe
teacberaaad attachiaBUJfit of whom were associated
with my predecessor. In the Literary Department
he teachers have bad long andsucxessfuiexperienee
and most or them in the Old Academy. ' la the Hnsio
and ornamental Departments the teachers, Profes
sors and Artists are of high celebrity. A superior
Harpist - has been, recently engaged for the ensuing
5r.k't i tWk t;i. t . ;
In fact the highest advantages in every particular
fiat can be found in anr similar Insttrution in the
United States, are furnished in the Nashville Female J.
Academy the Alma Mater ornundreosor tne most
elegant and refined ladies in the Southern States.
SJ- Terms as heretofore'. " For "particulars apply
for a Circular to the principal. ,
...... geo. ir. eteeHart.
Kashville, Tenn., June Uwaw2m. ,. -
i'i' ,'!v; , !H -"j.5"
1 IUSTORI OF A.UW.OT
lu t lie Circuit' Court or
ON THE BASIS OF THE CODE
'. i 1
.7 ; Abraliani Caruthers, I "
u LAW PROFESSOR A", .X.EB ANO(N ,
ror sate In( Kashrilte by; '- . t
. wilw .I -i'. 1 G"r.3ofcx V0RK COl,
1, No. 38 TJniOB street,
IF yo. wish, toweep Ane.CarpeUt without injuring
them or raising a dust, nse IH PAIr-NT CAR
PET SWEEPER. 4 .
JulylS-tf .. MACKENZIE It WXCHIX.
' 4,600 -
f;Slrejigl henlagCCordial iand.
The-Gnat est Benteiy is the "World, and the
""-deliciottJ aiia.feligntrnl coi-
?0" fliar'Vvar takes.? Vs'
enfiBc and Veeet-
ea b f e- tSitnpoetid.
iToetired- y the
jJtt:Uatkn of IuHrts,
erbs and TJ:;rk
Yellow Duck; Blood
Iti-ot, Black - Root,
Sarsanar.tla. WHd -
' landeRon enters tn- -
t Hs eompositioa. " '
0. . f i nr-t x- a '
rf -iich intrrediect
- ' tracted y my new
metnnd in dalHiHlff,
f proauciefr" a-nen if. i-li...
JBt;fi)rf 1? kinp.oins ? -exbileratmg-aUfr lUAUg.
spittt, and the most Infallible remedy far renovating
th diiaeased svstem. and restoring the sick, suffering
aal debUitated Invalid to Health and Strengtb.
" 1 wTii; array. u.Tr pchc
X.tver, Complain t -,IJJepl Jann
11-11 b 1 jt -.'i dice, f ti.c "it .
Curonic ortfervons Kebility, lseasesof the Kidneys,
and all Diseases ariang" from a- oisoraerea uvcr er
Stomach; Dyspepsia," ffeartbrn': Inward Piles, Acid
ity o'r"Sicknes8 of lhe Stomach,' FnUucss of Blood to
the Head, Dull Paid or Swimming in the Head, Pjlpi-
Ution "or the Heart, Fullness ' or ; weigni id im
Stoalacti"," Sour-Ernctatiiig, -Choking; or SuflVcaiuia-
Feeling when lying down-. Dryness or YeH-'wness 01
the skin"' and Kyes,: Nigbt Sweats, ' hiward Fevers,
Vain In the Small of the Bark, Chert oriSde, Sudden
"flashes f Heat.De-pressfoo- of Smrrts; FrigliUut
JaiUlAguoeUespuiJevCy, or any Kwoua
IlkBttastK Sores ir Bio U; lies ...on the Skin, and Fever
-and Agqo or Chills and. Fever.) , .., - "fc "
Over' a Milionrof; Bottles
Have been sold during JLhfisLsix mouihs',and in no
instance has it failed in ' giving entire' Satisfaction.
Who.then, will snffcr-from Weakness wr ltebility
abea'iMcieN'S STRENGTHENING CURDIAL will
No language can convey an adequate Wea of the
-jaamedtiU&iiuiIajuosL iairsciilous change produced
by taking this Cordial iu the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by (telenets the
relaxed and unstrung" organisation is restored to its
pretine.boaiihaudvior. . ..." : ,
MABHIED PERSONS, . .
or others conscious of inability, from whate-verf anse;
wiU find UcLaaB's Strength e.iiu Cordial a timriuitth.
reecm-rtoor of th aysieui.and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will Dud
111 the Cordial a certara ana speeay remedy.
, :i0 THE LADIES, . A
Flel-ean's Streiisthenins Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy 'cure for '
Incipient Consumption, Wliltes,
Obstnictedor Difflcnlt MenstruaUon, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary 1 ischarge . thereof , Falling of
the Womb, Gidduioss, Fainting, and all Liacases inci-.
dent W Females i- ! ,- ,.--;. '
., Theie Is no Mistake About It.
Suffer no longer.' Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate you aud
cause the bloom of health to mount your cheek agau.
very bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children' are stckly," puny or arfBicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will maketlicra healthy, lat and ro
bustl Delay Hot sr momeTit," try It aud yon will be
convinced. v s --y - -Kj
t-x It Is Delicious to. Take,
CAUTIOX. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who
may try to palm opon yea some Bitter, or Sarsapa
rilla trash, which they can buy cheap, by saving it is
oet aa.good.:-Acoid: such men. 'Aslcfor McLean's
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is
the only remedy that wiH purify -the Blood thor
oughly , and at the same time strengthen the system,
tine tablespoon rul taken every morning fasting, is
a certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever,
Yellow Feverbr any prevalent Disease It is put np
in large bottles.
' Price "only SI pee bottle", or 6 bottles for $5.
, J. H. 11 cLEAN,
Sole-Proprietor' of this Cerdia!.- Also, McLean's Vol
canic Uil Liniment. . . -Principal
Depot on the corner of Third and Pine
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
t-.8old byW. W. BERRY k DEMOVILlf, Xashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere, i
. - ; .. . .- mylO-dius-Aiwly
A NEW sty lo of Soft Hal, ot entirely new design,
just receivea oy express.
. may9 :. No. 23 Public Square, Nashville, Tenn
Sd Time to Wait for the Doctor !
A BOUT these times all cbildren'will eatirreen fruit
At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to he attacked oy Cholera, Morbus- Dysentery or I'i
rrhoea. Ho time then to send for the doctor. The
Graifenberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al
sash cases. No family oaght to be without it in the
.house. . Jis promptness has saved thousands of valu
able lives in Tennessee in the past few years. Only
50 cents a Dottle enough rvr a whole ramily ror
whole seasoni A fresh lot jast received. -mayl5-rtf
s..; MACKENZIE k MINCHIX.
TOHX T. CLAIBORNE, recently Xrom Virginia , bht
fj now a resideutof this city, and a teacher of
some thirty years' experience, proposes to instruct
classes in -English Grammar ezcItutiWy, during, the
coming . vacation of the Public Schinils. Ho has
paid particular attention to the genius and gram mat
ical construction of the English language, and from
past success Be is connaeut tuat ne would givo en
tire satisfaction to those who would favor him with
their patronage. For the convenience of pupils, bo
would form three clause, to be located iu the North ,
Central end South parts of the city. His terms will
be moderate. . y f , "
Hie residence fc 1a, Sc'gierJ block, on High street,
wtrarw'bw was fcvli4l -lie. will call on applieaiita
who will leave their address attiis house. .
Mr. Claiborno is permitted to reier to the KeV. Dr
Howel 1, R. J. Meigs, Isaac Paul and J, F. Pearl.
Junel9-tf .......... -
-t . 11' 1 1 ' , 1 it , i , , .
" XelejjrapU Chalybeate Springs.
This watorjs broagbtAier hundred feet in ten seconds.
Takes pleasure In .hiformLBg.vlje.Puhlie that lie is
now ready to wait on all who may favor liiiu
with treaB. , ; "'
. Ttiis.Sinriog is situated 911 the east side of Cumber
land river, at the eud of the wire bridge. Families,
from $lto $0; One Person, $2; by thedrlnk, 6 cents.
Payment In advance.
!Ii,U USIAXYSIS. "
1 Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate ot Li air, sulphate nf
Magnesia, Sulphate uf ..Lime, Muriate? uf iMnguesja,
Munataof Stxla,: . .-...
The specilic gravity of the fresli water '-was
1.0122-2 distilled water being taken as a standard.
I -anderstand-that tbe water has already been ben
eficial to several invalids. , It will be beneficial to a
greater degree when taken fret-h front Ibe Spring.
I should pronounce it stimulant and tonic, aud adapt
ed, consequently, to cases of debility , accompanied
with auanomio condition or the system, and coutra
indicated in plathoric aud iuflamatory slates.
; .!. KICHARO O.CURREY.
' There is no doubt that the Spring kept by Mr. W.
Dura at the -eastern end of the SuEenstoa Bridge is
good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted to
many dinecses of debility. B. W. Halt, M. D., R.
Thompson, M. D., Henry, Carow, M. D., T. R. Jen-Bmgs,-M."Dt,-Boyd-MeNalry,-.
D.f R.-C. K. Martin,
M-D. --,..". , 1 wjUBeSa-Sm.
LAND FOR; SALE.
I Ail -new offering for sale, privately, a portion or
my land upon which I now live, about five miles
from tbe city, immediately froutiug Hyde's Fer
ry Pike.' The amount proposed to be sold is
about i. . ' ' :. : ..."
One Hundred and Twenty-five Acres,
--r - r -"" - r" ' T "
Which Is as fine and productive soil as ttrero is in the
counfyor State? 'Thefe B a beaUtTTuTliuftuiug site,
which commands the view of tbe entire neighbor
hood aad is wtll sifTh" Blue Grass, with a bciutilul
rrowth or fine forest trees. Between fifty and sixty-
acres is fine clover land in growth; the balance weir-i
timbered, for alt OSetui purposes, mere is aiso a
never failing spring upon the tract, which atlurds
a,sqfllciency of water for alt purposes. i
Those wishing to purchase a spleudid tract of land
in a fine neighborhood, and with all other advanta
ges .Would -do well to call aiid -see-for ther-ilvi8, as
lam desirous of selling. -
For te;ms, Ac, apply to G LAS-COCK k NEWEOil,
Or to the undersigued on the premises.-' -
nnrrl5-trrwlm --KB. HIDE.
ALL applications for tb Rem of the f'GAIETT
CHAS. F. CRISP,
niar33-tf Box 497, Nashville, Tenn
Frajiltiie&lie's Gazette of Fasli-
i;i L- i lon ioniiiue.
Just received by '
JOHN YORK k CO.,
69 Union street.
;.SCatJETZE. & ; IaIIDOXiFF,
MANTJKACrUREBS or Iko.v Fahe,
GRAND. SQUARE and PARLOR
GRAND PIANO FORTES, made with
superiority of fre, touch and drrabilityj GOLjj
MEDALS awarded at the Fairs in iie York, 1
'68 and '55, and in St. Louis, 1859 !ealers,Scho
and Families will save money by calling before p
chasmc. All Instruments guaranteed lor tdree y ;
Warerooms 452 BROOMK ST , (a few doorii W ee7
ea roadway.) New York; , r . feb21- a r
IIBmiAlTJME SAlAE c '
isS'-i t:i.Ut.i or i . ' ,
; ClOOHS. '
All earns nnder $100 cah,"over that amount
gix. months'. credit.
iin t 'wHlsellwRfcooi t eserve, en TUESDAY M0RN-.
W jng Ntxr.Joly lTth, commencing at 9 '
clock , a "large Invoice of Dry Goods, i'me Ready
tnade Clothing, Shoes, Boots and Brogans, Vnriety
Goods, tus. , c. The Goods are or tbe best qualny.'
Now ia the time for bargains. Call and examine tne
goods Immediately. ;j TRABCE r LUL'Ui. ,v
jalyl2-4d . '"'J " -',' i, I ai t.
SHEDLEY, EGAS; & COw,
WccclVlng Ss worwavaing
; M B B O H A N T S ,
'lWarWJiarf Boat, f
a A Shaw rf Public
Patronage respectfully eo-julyS-Sa
ex- 1 i
, JGST f-f-CtiVF.I) EY
" f r
The Kellys anj the O'Eel Irsby Dr. Thoce.
Margaret Mancrieffe by Charles BurJelt
The Itarbie Faaa-br Ka thorn
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and his Criti 3.
Hnmboldts CorreHpxadence. , ,
Mill on the Floss. -------
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe.
How lo en , Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
living Rep-eseutaiion Men.
Habits of Good Suceity f jr Ladies an 1 Gentlemen
Ule's lloruiug 1 jfe'sj Evening. J : r ,'-
Notes oa Ncrs-.ng by liisa Nightingale -. . "
ElFureidis by author bf Lamp lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy ou Wasliiugton 'xviug. : .. ; --- '
' Llrtl B6 uty by autUirxf Gamblers Wife.;
Mores' Letters to Lord M-icauby, .
Tylney Hall a novel by Thojias Hood
Throna of David by, autlior of Prluiw
The-FWecceSto'rft by Jacob Abb .tt
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of God. - '
Friers-Wood Post Office by nein, of Redclii
Mulcmoi-ello Mori a tale of Modern Rome. '
tfg Years, aud ctiier Stjsie y Julia Kavadagh
TUe Little Beaut j",
l :i V
By he Author of the Gambler's Wife.
II irv 'tilarl Hn.n nf ir '?t. bv' Revnftl.ifi
I , " J ' v. ,
Dickens' Short stories.
. The Kebsl and the Eover; ... '
"Just received by " . ' JOIIV YORK' CO.,
One23-Ji' ... - - --- sg i-ni;,n ptreeL
1 , ,
HarpeHs IVew Monthly Maffatine tor
June, commencement of a new volume, just re
ceived by ' "' JOHH YORK A CO., -
may22-tf. S3 Union Str-.
Alagazines aud IN'e jpapers.
Harper's.,Xcw Monthly Mcgazine for Ju'y;
Frank Leslie's Monthly and Gazette of Fashion rj
Godey's Ladies Book for July;
Peterson 'd Magazine for, Juljr ;...:
Knickerbocker Moathly Mags line for Jnly; 1 -
The London IUustntod, News, weeklyt
Wiltes Spirit of the Times, weekly ;
Porter'Siir of the Times, weekly; ' "
Wa verly Magazine, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civilixaion, weekly ; ,
Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
A-iew.YpckJdger;feek!y , m .
New York Mercury ; New York Weekly;
For sale by J0H YORK & CO
- No. 38 Unicu siret."
THIS establishment will be open for tLe reception
of visitors on Tuesdty the 12tU iii?t. . , ..
jjj- Board $1 SO per oay per week.
... :. -., WM. i. iKAUlA.,
junell-2m ' ' b .. E. J. KRElDUt,,
new books rr
F HAG AN. 41 College Ft,, lias just received th
. following new Books:, .
MOUX T V E R jVON PA PE
'- ' ' - - BY : ' - .il
Complete in our large 12 mo- Book. Price $1 50.
The Phf IolOj- of Common Life, v.
by Gen. Henry Lewis ,autUor" of Sea Side Studies,
Life of Gorthe, etc., 2 tot. , -'
Tbe object of the above work, differs from Uitiit
all other works un popular science, in its attempts tr
meet the wants of the student, while meeting thote
of the general reader, who is supposed to be wholly
unacquainted with Anatomy aud Physiology. The
many excellent treatises which exist are above sentod
to the advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
aad a facility or .apprehension which can only isjue
from a practical lauiiliarily with subjects, V " .
Ou Hallucination. ..--j- -
A. History slid explauaU-u of apperritionF, visions,
dreams, ecstacy, iiiagnt t'ism and "sonaml-ulism by
A. Bb.ess lm Boi-sioxt, M. D., translated froTu.la()
French by Rorekt T. IH lmi:, F. L. S.
PolitUIan Attention!!! ,;
THE POLITICAL TEXT T.OOK.OR INCYCUiPElUA,
contaiuiug cverylhiog necessary for reference of the
Politicians aud Statesmen ef the United Slates.
" Frlttters Look Here!
I have on hand and for sale 2,500 lbs. ol NV
luk, warranted. No. 1 article. .
-1 have just received a complete a-joorttnenl
' Wades celcbfalel colored JobTaU tf every tiut and
shade. F. UAGAN, t
, janc8rtr. ; , - . , i ,. : ...:. .1 41CollegcSt,
Mrst Soudnvorth's Neur Cook,
Haunted Homestead :
WITH HER AUTOBICJUKArilY ;
' M ItS SOUTH WOHTU,
Author of Lady of the Isle,Loit Heiress, etc., -U;.
bound $1 25, piiper VPQ,.fursalcby I ' t
, - . JOHN YORK A CO.,
mar21-tf . No. 38 Union Street.
JSO. O. TRtANOR.
Jdhnson ' & Tr eanor,
No. G Union Street, i
, j, t XASliriLLE, TE1TXFSSEE.
; . . SUeritTs Sale.
BY virtue of Ave venditioni exponas, to me direct
ed, and delivered from, the Honorable Circuit
wnrs ri wviaron wuit, iraorafi-c, ai
term, ledO,I wllex te-public le, to the
est bilder. for cusu.at
lie touri uuutp iuru,iii I
the City of Kasaville, on Saturday, the 21st day of
July, 1800, all the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate, which Edward . Lawrence and C. E. H. Martin,
then had, or may nave since acquired in and lo the
following described Property, vis A, part of tlio tract
of land knowS' as the Garrett, property and situated,
on the north part of Nashville, and txvicuing at a
Corner of an alley bn Haslums street, 179 feel wsJj
of McLmorc street, and running west 29i feet or
there about to the "tenth east eoruerW Haslums to
North Nashville, thence north about 1C0 feet to aa
alley of .l feet wide, thence, east about 150 reel, te
another 12 foot allev. thence south about 150 feel lo
tLe beginning . Levied oh as the property of EiW-j
ward La wreuce, to satisfy two judpments in favor pf J
Jas. a. lrai;ueau, ana two in lavor oi ai, .i. mot,
and one in favor of K. H.Childress.Sr., this June ,2S,
lRtUl Snl.i williin nvnal hours. -
-JOHN K EDMCNDSON, Shorifl".
T?v W. II. RortEkTSON' Depute Slienff
Tiavs or Sa ik. Tbeahove described property"
win ke eold for one third casti, and llitj palanco on
Joucaud lw years rfcU uterest-.i i i
Ladies' Fine Snoes and Gaiters
JOHN RAMAGE, 42 College rtreet, " '"
Is in Receiptor '
LADIES' Frooch Lasting Con gress and lice Gaiters,
" Kid and French Lasting Heel Slippers,
" Glove Calf Congress Gaiters, with .and
... tV , ... wHhont Heels, ' - -
. .....ji , ..: Freaoh and English Glove Kid flipperr,
' . Curoso Kid Pump Stile Boots, fce.,
'"'"With 'a great variety of styles for Misses'and Chil
dren. -A beautiful assortment of Infant Shoes.
mayl2 -JOHN RAMAGE.
. .-. -i . - ." i i" . 1
liOulsviVlc anA vvsImc
' ' RAIlaROAUl ZL'-
uak JSSa s S S f -St
- t SaX-3
CIIANciE OF TIME. ,
TWO through Express Passenger Trains b;een
Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tion at Louisville for New York, Boston, Ptrladel
pbla, Baltimore, WashingUie Oty,'BuUaio; Nrtgnra
Falls, Clevelaad,Cinc4auw;,S. Liwis,and tli Far
On and after Scsdat, JrtT tbk 8th, 18C0, traias
will ran as follow: " " . -
,. Firat Mail train leave Na&hr Hie at fcaO A.M. daily,
stopping at Gaiiatin, Bowling Green, Ulacgiw Junc
ttrn,Elizabethtown,and aflregularstalioiib when sig
nalled try a Sar'.and arriving -ia LeuisvHIa at lHJ
P.M. Returning leaves Louisville at A :r0 AJ1. , stop
ping as above, and,, arriving ut Nashville a$4$
P.iL fih.i i.i- t i I.
Second lrain,Express,leavs Nashville at 5:50 P.M.
daily, Sundays excepted, stoppings first train, and
arriving tn LotiUville at SK0 A. M. Returning leaves
LuuBviileat 60 P. M. , alojiping as abvve,and ar.
riving in KaehvUleat 8:00-AM. rj
Gallatin Accommodation Tram leaves Nahvi!U
daily. (Sunday exeeptodlft tOM., andarrtv-'
ing in Gallaun al:10 P. M. Returning leaves Gslla
tuiat T.OOA.M and-arrtre"ln-KhhvClo at S.lft
Tbrougb ticket on - sale- at tbe Depot for all points
NerU, East and West, with a choice, of the many dir
lereatrouUM. . - .. - - I . i -"
. ,n . JNOB ANDiUlSON, Supsrmtcudeut.
. . A. J. FitiGenerai 2'lMkuVAxent.... , :
4 jalylO-dtf i.: ..,.,. -i . ,
J -3ii.- Ia
TTtpR rent Anr tb balance oj lho year, a are com-
jl. . turuoie tnira story room, ruitawe for a Book
biuder or Saddler's Sho;t,
lor narticulaiaarmir at
Dickln'ft lVe w Book,' ;
EH0RT ST0RlE,'just received and for sal by
joneUUf JOHN JO :S. sj CO.
- - Cr?
An aperient and stomachle
porifid of Oxygen and Carbon by com-
wtutAuu au Aija5eu, tu aiga Taecical author,
iiy and exttaof dlnary' efficacy ia each of the
following complain ta, viz, :
CIA510, DYSFEPSIA, TJiAEEHEA, C0NSTL.
P4.TI0N. .VEOFPLA; SALT KHETHSI, SCUBVT.
JATJlJDICE, LIVES COJttPLAINTS HHTfJilA.
usac, sTixcrnuAL-coysEQiTENCEs, intcl
M1XTEXT TEVT.K. SZUILAliGIA. CHK0XIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKTESS. MIS-
L MNSTBUAnOX-WIinXS, CHLOROSIS, etc,
j PIMPLES ON JCHB FACE.' K0UGH1ES3 OF
Ail M mi 1 v bv
The LEO'S' being absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating thre?h the whole system, no
part of the body casTescape their truly wonder,
Thar esmerienm ef Ihansanda dairv nrarM f nat
rno preparatioA of Iron, can for a moment be
compare A wita it. lmpcnues of Ue 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 Zuot albas; chlorosis, etc), iu
effactrarsdelignaully renovating-, no remedy
has ever bsoa d5coy,ed, in tne wnole history
of msdiclne, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and lully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition ef strength,
wlt. din unusual disposition for active and
cheerful, exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grsnd stomsccir and general restor&nvo
it has no superior- and no substitute.
Pnt nil In urni' flat metal boxes contalnlns:
ho pdla- firlew GO cent per hox t mix boxes,
9 -K) ; Uoxu imih. ". f or aaue or
Ua-ctsistii geiicxwJly Will bs went tVew to
ny Address on rec Ipt of the price. All lew
ti, ordera, ctcn ahould be addressed. t
J u "vK.,B:XOCKE & CO.,
ilJ,iti" '"General 'Agents.
,-I;t ii ..i 41339 BHOAUWAY, W V.
w. TI. Tlie bv
Is' , - vwe-wlmUe mt thi
j. -r :; . - - .
label on raeh box. ,
dec22-dtriwwly; '" '
Clerk.. and. blaster's Sale, of Lot
Thnmits J. Hoffman, Adm'r et. William L. Hodman
BY virtue-of i Pecree of the Honorable Circuit
Court at Nashville, Tenn., pronounced in the
above cause at its. May Term,lSo0, t will expose to
Pu bl ic r .! 1 t o the higliest biddc t, . t-Conrt -bouse
in tbe city or Nashville, -
On Saturday Jjie, lltu day of AngusI, 1560
A valuable Lot of Ground in the City of Nashville,
being part of Let No. 7, inBalcb i Whtteeide's addi
tion to Nashv lie, fronting on the West aide of Spruce
street forty-feet.;. Sail I ot ie old for partition. .
Tksxs cf Saik Said lot will be sold npon a credit
of six. twelve and eighteen rmmtlii. with interest
from tlstc, -e.in;t tit-TOfnrrf Tir.r-tnihTIred dollars
casti. i. tu t;. t.
j ily9-td Clerk and Master.
THE BARTHOLF SEWING
M G ii l 3ST "E
rpiIK Bartholf Machine has a larger arm tbaaany
. X - othe$t0 Machine. x - -a
' No. 25, College Street, -'"opposite, tbe Sewanra
Atouaew '-w - t s -- aprilH.
iTlH Teorived lurce.Mpply-'of a
tl M. UUMv, among winch are
several Sones by Foley Hall, J. R.
Thomas, S. C. Foster, and other cele
brated wrtvrs' IH:o from'Asher, Thalbcrg, Wol
lenhopt, AVall.ice and others i
Also, a large assortment of "Sleinway k Sobs,"
aud other , -, , , -
FI K ST C L'ASS ' Ir AI OS,
Which will be sold at small advance on cost. For
bargains como to . . , . , . . -. . i
33 Uitioit Street.'
maylS-iltwAw JAS. A. IHcCLl'RE.
1 I.M ... I -
i Valuable RealiEstate
t . VO IV S.lli K.
I AM now offering at private sale my family rei
'deuev, nfljOinirg the town of Waverly, in the
' erjmity of Humphrey, sttuated immediately on the
main fta-e TOd from- Nahvilln -to Memphis and
withta half s mile of the Nashville and North .west
ern Railroad, containing about 15 -Tte res of land
- well imtirovcdy A nen and comtorlable dwelling,
house, kitebcu and other ueceasary oat houses, a
good well of ucvcr-failiug watar, 4;c., Ac.
AU,my farq-Ja Benua county, immediately oa
lbcrts.- roSd, sid'witliinone miier the N. k N.
AV.' Railroad voTititiifng about 2C0ares,1iiOnf wuich
te iu cujtva.lK'S . Tbene arc also four good Grass
Ixts, well iiUmteJ ii& to block water, with a never
iailujg sujip'y both, lor atock aud - family use. The
inijroToniiiui; coa-ist of a rtfpi atid commodious
Deliing-liouc",'wUir"Ttitcrieus auJ other uecessary
out )iou&- Tbipl.veia well known to the trarel
io(. tiiniiiruiityii-s-t'tarl, Tsvcrn Stand, bve miles
from tlie Teunessee" river, aadftu niils lrom the
tows Qi Camdeiipetifrm cminty'enn. y j
Terms liberaf Fit turtlier iiarLculars apply
l.n ct..-r.iK... U'.,,.,..l Utifn, T..W
. C. WKlVEa . '
.ju,-f Kingston Springs,
1voV)pew hir lfo reeeVtlo tP visitors. On and
J. after Tuesday: the -a t day ..of . July Mr. Jksce
Pariuss wilirun aa aocontmadaUoaOmnfiics, I saving
the SewaueaHouee, every TueadayTJuirsdAy , and
Saturday alo!ciockA.farnvuigatiU Sp ring
to dinner fare two, doliiUSmKUnoe aad -.register at
Sewaneo. Uoilsi-. . The , auMical quahues of these
Springs are well known . For dyspepsia, diseases o f
the iivcr.and tor compuunts uicioiiu to lematea,
Uiv ar BwcjaiM. JLvrc re five sulphur
L. .n .r rfiir.H,i.,M;i h.,i ru..inn. ...i
Xerma ?er Day. 60
eek.. ....... 8 00
"" " Month 30 00
t Horse per nk. . A.; . i- j,v 3 fro
Children and servants hill' frice...
i g I h r-teaTman, .
S Uperjajn dents .
P U-R'E ' I'N E S
V . Joet recetved and for sale
etiEaVe xAA3icaiiji &
53 Cnerry StKasliTiile.
FZ f CARES retfuine' HeKisiecx Caampagne;
JU 50 Cases ---'ptatsf--
. 60 casts Yious Ceps Chamjiagae, J. Lausseore,
50 'do Cloa Paradis, Chamiagne;
- t do 4 ChamberUn SparkliB Burgundy;
" 100" 3o Burgundy tViues';' '
do . Cbateae- auvao Claret: '
do. ...... v., f .... nui;. 1
. 41 DO
do Contnao Claret, first quality- .
do Laroae, Latite and Margaret ;
do . Sbernae, the fines Airmadsv-.'
Royal Soeiety Port;
Tuosj Hiae Brandy; -(,
Old Cognac , -..--,.-
assorted Cordials, Parki fc .Perdeaox;
Absynthe Edward 1'arael, Course; JBW
Real Turin Vermouth;
Sparkling Nebbiolo; ..."
jv tao r o unseat; t -do
WWt Ailt -
oJdo., Barolo .. . .,f r '
50 ? do and tin I.ucua Olive Oil;
All enr direst European exportations per bark Ala.
b.m V r0 w v a.
Also. APPENN INK BITTERS-recommeaded by
he most eminent physician. . ; ; '
fcllKNXE LAMBERT k CO,
may 18-tT ' " No 88 Cberry Street.
Keiit or lease.
I WILL rent or lease my place near the Murfrees.
horo'llke t wo miles lrom tlie city for the present
yearj-wr Willi -the ixlvilege efSve yearav'Ther is
a couveuk-uL ltuck Dweiitnjt wiUi Kitchen and good
Stable1 wilt ik.-alld wolr of xcel!ent water.
TberSttre lwtlvf acrr-s flf mrKTiorland kaiubl for
ratsi&a-all kinds of iuarketipg.,;. ..
FJRE HVSURAISCE C031PA1'Ya
Capital ?150,OO0 -all paid In.
OFFICE .'or(h-rcSt'Carneroflhe Public Square
.WitluVari-ks.aiiaiwstloseor dasaege by firs
6riwiuiiiaLi;si IU;e jcoeiiv Store, Ae.
, iMariiaaduivt rti4MrJt.lo aaiirttinaliporU.
Kiika oft egrVe again . t the, Danger sof the
Eivsr. . .iKCTOK3.-"
, John m. niLt,-lf n Joseph rxrr.Ti
JAMERREYJ f'l THOMPSON ANDERSON .
" G.M.FOGG. '-Vr. JAMES KLUS.
"ALES. ALLISON N . K. ALUTAT.
rTu, GARDNER- 'W. S. E AKIN.
; AW. BUTLER rSeretary , -: OC12S
T tUia New Sa'oo" on Market B-'xeet, aaat CeU a
M Imuc t
C H 4
11 be rWU"rVtv.r tnoramfi --Skl
1 vtr svewBt at f o'clock. janiO-U
o y ' --,-