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il'S ---S1UEB BID!
Tdk. ONLY PEEMANE TLY oEClMZd) BAND
X THE CITY, will attend lo ail calls for moslc both
at home and abroad, firing entire RiU-fAru.n or r.o
. ttsxz. The Band is composed of
audi a complete cl of tew silver lastrura-nu.
AU calls for mailc, fjr foiera!?, f uW.KTe
ad! and l&fiSeea, will be attended promptly.
W. I- HuRN,
Hngfr and Conductor,
att2r-ly 13 Somh Cr.UStrwt.
Health and Happiness
THE COXCENTKATED CURE
THE COSCLNTBATED CURE
1 A POWERFUL. REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARL 1 lUA,UKr.llU.
TRY IT! TRY IT I
TRY IT: TRY IT!
YUl.W a'- " s
Toutafal:aiiscret.n can eire!y and perms
a Rfmpitt oi Great and Cerlaia Power.
Thisremedy tsput up iu small viais.and can be
sent by tnaiiio any -
CsVittora week.anlyo will experience a gre
bWflt A circular containing full artico!rB..ei.l
ft ree 1 on appr.cii .u .
One bctlie will ast a moutu.
N 3 Thisremedy isauitablafcr either sex.
Address , K . CRTG F.R, Medica I Agect ,
atyzT-tt 47 Broadway fewor
llollow-j' rill and Ointment.
Wots. TLese P.lls have t:e power 01 .a. r. .
h..iiresti.n. that the Worm is destroyed in
the stomach, or if atuched to the bowels expelled
by their action the O.ntnicci iijw"-".""-
on contact, the cr.tri or seal urni. w .--1
Ciutt.oooci, March -iT.lSfiO.
Lt.., t , Creuokv & Cj.t TliL is to certify
n, wo fil.cted with r.heumatiini for the
last len yers.and so badly 3Lcied that I s t.ot
able V. attend lo my csual avocat:oi.,ant i.ian ua.o
. o..moM fct hundred or one tuca.aud uoliars in
try ing phjsicians and the most popuUr -ed cines of
the c-y, wit.out rehpr. The .miro?:ai .
more lo restore me to hcailh than all else besides,
From the Ca'.endar, rUrtford, Auatt 27, 1S50.
Sraiwwi'- PKrE tiri-Tia nrticle U.e
best preparation we ha-e ever used for the prpo
of rearing lerci veneers. lur.turc, etc wbcre
plue is required, and b. o ebemicaliy prepared as to
be always ready for use. i,,;-v11 "v
We would particularly call the att. ntion of our
readers to a remedy known -8 ilcLean'3 trecSth
cning Cordial and Blood Purser. It ia Ccriaiuiy a
Talcable remedy. We thererorc say to all, call at
the agent s, and test for yourselves its intrin.-ic tr.er
,18. It fa delicious to take. We ask our lady rea.U rs
to try it- St the advertsement in another column.
1 Uava oid out my ett re interest iu tae Srm of
N.cboi5 HmrHKtr, to l iv noum-w, who
will continue tie bus:ue ai terctufo.c. I wd.
at h:n ia win mg up tie buess of the o.x
flrn., and 5.1x1 fr Lim a exutiauae of the iautn
a' be.-t -wed on Urn old nrni.
"july2.1S. J. C. MCHOUON.
Iu order to reduce my fit-clt as much ai ioiiib!e,
be.'ora receipt g new Gooes, f .r a short t:me I
offer mi euro block at eosi, lr caih.
is VU nCMPHF.ET.
ripnMI For the INSTANT RELIEF and
A 3 1 11 JlAj PEKMASENT CCREoI tins dl3-
ressine complaint use
Hade ty C.B. fclYi.OLR & CO. ,107 V" AL ?1'N
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT AU. DKLT.GLfTS.
The Hgilalore or the St.te of Georg a having
pawed the following Act, at 1U Session of 185S, pro
hibiting the drawing or Iolier:es itu:n its jurisdic
tion, after tha 1st d .y of June, I960, we will on that
day remove our entire business to Wilmington, Del.
' WOOH, EODY CO ,
Owners and v'anagerB or the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentuck State Lotteries.
To repeat all laws.acd pans of laws, authorizing I-ot
terlcsinlhe elate of Georgia , and for other pur
gscno 1. The CmeralAttembly of Georgia do enact.
That from and aft-r tue first uay if Juno, tig ..teen
Hundred and Six. ,all laws and parts or laws auihor
izln - Udtenes lu the SUte 01 Geortia, or the vend
in of Lottery Tickets in said Slate, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by too Governor.
December 11, 185S. mayli-U"
16 YEARS OLD.
-IH7F. have received a sniail lot or A pie Brandy
VV from oith Carolina, s. id to be sixteen years
old.wbuh we believe to bo strictly pure, ani as
represented. UO.LYET1 afeMllIL
A Li S O
IX bond, a caskorjau.es' nennessy Braidy, (Vin
tage or 1S62). which we think will m.i the most
fastidious paUte. LEIXYElT & SM11H.
A Lt S O
A LOT of choice Wnisicy, in store since 1S59, and
whxh defy competition.
LELLYETT & SMITH,
juneo-lm Nos. lOund li Market street.
UK. KING'S D1SPI25SARY
FOU PRIVATE DISEASES.
z,, PR.KIVG,rormer!yol New York, lor
Jtfz "a the lart lour years ol Louis. Ule, Ky.,
I J " v oU who h is devoted his aite. ti. n lo
the treatment of private diseases lor 30 years, fl t
ters nim elf, h.ving ai eode 10 a praciioe ir so i s
ny year, ana curea so many luousaa.ds, he 1 era
bleu to cum all disease oi a pr.v-te natu.e, no mat
ter I.OW bad tuey may be frouj ii jaoicioua tuedic A
treatment, or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's
Dispensary is No 2a Deaderick street, bctwoeu Cher
ry and ibe quare, socouj fclory, where he cures a.l
diseases 01 a pi ivaia uaturc.
OoNouBUEa t-uiea Mithoul nauseous mcuicaies or
ttur er. nee with busii-ets.
bTucrcaaroi oluvr recent date, rffectually cured
in a lew uajs, by au operation wu ch causes opo.n.
Wnerc atiricture jxis heaith can. t oe e. j yed.
Peitupa no d.s ase cauaeS m ro mUchiel aad uuuer
mu.es tLe cotu-t leuoj so much
&TFH11U, With at! tile dtoea&ed of the fkin, gro ing
out ut neglect or baa Utauueul, can le eCciCiuaily
cnrmi iu a lew days.
exxiaL Vtitihs. Particular attention having
be n iea iu u.u uu&ist , ttn all in. tus quei.ee
rowmj-oui 01 it, brugl.i ou iu iuuy uso uy ihc
ds rutuve hab.iaof i. eoi.itier-te J. tit,bd tx
COMlte Ui- UigcUcc if the pa.-si AiS, a uelcciot tkliicu
w.ll uner a.ii.e ine cuuii.iuiHn, rent-eruig the euu
. )ccl i.nui ior outxeu or suc.viy ,sid ca. siu prema
ture old B.
ora&ie who maybe laboring with any ciffkulty
of the W mb may rei usureu 01 i biucuaie renei.
PerMNia ratiug aivad, b wr.iu.g ai d ria ng
then Caj,iii ieo inc.-su, ..i.ccieu to i.r a.
Ama,M- i3 ledeii.k ei. ha.u u.e, Teuit., ili
have tne Ueceary ibvuiciuea Sent U. t .e.r a. urea,,
wiib Becer&ary directkna. Muci Kxrft) ooervid.
Cfnce hours ftom 9 o'clock in the mur iuk uut.l 9 in
the eveu.n. July lo-.ndaly
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
iti have on hand several hundreu dizen Quarts
V I ana Half bklwu of iheao laaiots iru.l wars.
The Simplest, chea,si aud besi ar .cle yet luveuled
ftr the preaeriatKMi of 1 ruit and Veg ub.ea.
- Tempest's Jars preserve Stbawbbbjuks!
Tempeat's Jars preserve RasrceBUUtl
Tempest's Jars preserve BiacsssKSm !
Tempest's Jars preserve Put Piaat I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pcacaioi !
Tempest's Jars preset ve Pic I
Tempest's Jars pi eserve QvutAl
Tempest's Jars preserve Luaitkixs !
Tempest's Jars preserve XoMafoxsl
"We have a full supply 01 Arthur's biaf s, Stone and
Tin Jrs ot ah sixes.
ALJ. Ludiow's Glass and Tin Jars, ail sizes
whtcu we areuHurwg at cost price, a we 1 eel amureu
Tempest' stone Jars
must supercede all others.
Jttaeo-if MACKENZIE & 11 IN CHIN.
Ja&t Kruivid by H. A. lanisli k Co.
sAwj Criuoed Cum;
100 bags amily Meal ;
KM tags White ileal Cora.
THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1SC0.
ROCK CITY MILLS.
'- Boll" Floor in gs j . in bait" bag.
Old HitkGry do. 4 Si; 2 1".
Eal do. 5 So; 1 SO
Mixed Bran .parluOlbs... d? aul'.ar .
I Torn litil, perbuhei.$l C;".
Denvwed lo til part-; of tue r:! y. s-.21-!y.
."23TE SEYiS CF ffiFiTlfLSOADS. "
NiHvi;iCniTTJXOO;A 4 A.M.. 3 P- M.
TS.KaaKA Auui- 4:15 A.M., 3:00 P M
Loci.sviu.eA: Nashvute 5:oO A.M.,5:U P. M
" Gail u.i Efprs4:30 P.M.
KwirnsiD k KirrrtTtT 6:30 .A... 2:45 P.il
Arrlral of PaweujfrTraiim.
j N'AtanuiiLBini-ioci-5 P- M.,S A.M.
iTiN3LB t auiuii-1O:OOA.U.,S:00P.U.
l-oriaruijtA. .Viunui- 305 A. M . 2:1 5 P.M.
" Gallatin fcipress t:10 A.l
Edgefteid Kistcckv lO .M., 7 P. M.
I OK DIAVOK.
We are authirixed to anr.ounc 5. X. HOI
LINGSWORTH a3 a ranJ'.date for re-election to the
office of Mayrat the no it Uuuirinal eloctlf.n.
V"e are authorized lo announced R. R. CHEAT
HAS! as a candidate for the oflire r,f Matur at the
next Municipal elision. julyl2-te
We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith a? a candidate for M.iyor it the eouin-; mnni-
We are authorized to anconcce W. S. CHEAT-
IIAil fo- re-.lectioa reuucilmau for the &lh ard,
at the ensuing Municipal election. june7-ta
JTr We re autlio. izeo to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a raudidate for Councilman Irom th 5lh
Ward, at the ou.uir5 Mnnripial election.
We ire authorized lo auuoince P."b. L.
Crensiiaw as a candidal for Alderrrun of the 4th
ward. July lC-td.
'1 lie Aaslit ille Patriot.
We Lave f very reasoa to be pioud. and
we art proud, of the success of th?
PatTiU. We have endeavored to maKe it a
paper worthy of the liberal support of the
public, and ihe length of our Fubcription
lUt, and the mmy flattering lette rs we re
ceive from every section of the State, are
sufficient evidence that we have not labored
ia vain. When the Patriot and the Xeict
were consolidated, we expected that many
of the subscribers to the latter would order
their names to be stricken from our books;
lor such Ls the case in almost every instance
of the kind; but much to our gratification,
ail the readers of the Aw, with only here
and there a discontinuance, are now regu
lar readers of the Patriot, and will, we
trust, continae to be for many a long day
to come. New subsoribera are pouring iu
upon us from every quarter, and oar sub
scription list Las grown lo be one of the
very largest taat any political paper in
Nashville has ever had. We will not say
the largest, for we do not know what other
papers may have had, nor what they may
To such of cur friends abroad as have
kindly aided us in the circulation of the Pa
triot, we tender our heartiest thanks. We are
always grateful for such favors, and have re
ceived a great many such to be grateful for
bat we have made, aud will make, no pitiful
appeals to obtain them. All that our friends
have done for us (and many of them have
done and are still doing much) has been done
voluntarily, without solicitation on our part.
We therefore place a h'gher estimate upon
their kindness, and thank them for it all the
As we said iu the outset, we are proud of
the success of the Patriot; and that success
inspires us with a fresh determination to ren
der the paper as ustful to every class of read
ers as it can be m-ide. Sustained in our la
bors by a liberal patronage lrom the public,
cheered in our efforts by ihe encouragement of
our friend, and gladdened by the flatteriug
prospects of a triumph in the cause we ad
vocate, we can and will carry out that deter
mination. A correspondent of the Memphis Enquirer
says a vote was taken at a muster at Hamil
ton's precinct, Tippah county, Mississippi,
last Friday, and the result was that Bull
beat DoCGLAS 19 votes and Breckixridck
40 votes. Hurrah for Hamilton" precinct.
First District. A convention will be
held at Greenville, on the 2Sth inst., to sup
ply the vacancy on the Cell and Everett
ticket occasioned by the declension of Col.
Wm. M. Bradford.
S""Wc saw yesterday a magniGcent gold
bead, d cane whscb was presented to Col. W.
II. Carroll, a few ?-vb since, by the attaches
of the Memphis Post Office. It is a beautiful
iece ot workman hip, and cost one hundred
dollnrs- It bears the inscription -Presented
to Col. Wm. U. Carroll, by the Attaches of
th- Memphis Post Office." On the sides of
the Leak are engraved the names of the gen
tlemensfcwhum the cane was presented.
The Cumberland ia now at almost its low
est point, Ihere being only 16 inches water
on the Shoals.
The Win. Henry left yesterday, intending
to try and get over the Shoals and go to the
The Kxickerbocer Magazine for August
ia received one of the most delightful peri
odicals publii-hed in this or any other coun
try. Loris Gatlord Clark etill stands at
the helm, as he has done for so many years,
drawing his old friends utill closer to him
aud constantly adding new ones to the list
of his admirers. In this number, Mace
Sloper, a long time ago ' pro and con-tribu-tor,"
after a protracted absence, returns with
a renewed stock of satiric drollery. Iu other
respects the August number of Old Kuiek '
is just as good as any of the host that has
gone before it. It knows no such word as
The Forth Ward Club 71 cellos;.
The Fourth Ward Club hold a Mass Meeting
to night at their head qiarter, Crenshaw's,
to which all the othtr Clubs iu the city have
been invited, and will attend. Those gallant
acd gifted speakers.
COL. JO. G. PICKETT, and HON. JOHN S.
Will address the crowd. Let ihc people turn
out en maxst.
Notice for (be Third Ward.
The Third Ward Club, and all citizens of
the Ward friendly to tha flection of Bell
and Everett, are requested to meet at Good
win's Hall over McClelland's store, at 7&
o'clock to-night, for the purpose o proceed
ing in procewion to the Maiket House, where
they will be joined by the other Clubs, and
march ihencc to the Fourth Ward Pole, where
fp-aking will be heard from Picxett and
Private Board(no. Mr. John H. Stone,
at No. 5, North Market Street, has made
preparations to accommodate tea or twelve
boarders, and is now ready to receive ap
plications. We arc personally acquainted
with Mr. and Mrs.' Stoxe, and heartily com
mend their house to all who are ia search
of elegant boarding. Their tubl will be
well furni.-Ued, aud their boarders will be
urroended by every comfort. A few fami
lies can bo accommodated with boarding.
Cres3Haw's Usion Pole. The indefatiga
ble Bob Crenshaw is determlaed, It seems,
that no one shall surpass blm in zeal aud
energy ia the cause of Eell and Everett
and the Constitutioa and the Union ia the
city. He. has erected a Union Pole 85 feet
high, is President of the Fourth Ward Bell
and Ever ktt Club, Captoia of the Eell
Highlandere, and he has done nearly all the
hard work ia making the arrangement for
the speaking ia his Ward to-night. He has
elected a stand and provided a large number
of comfortable seats.
On behalf of his Club, Mr. Crkxshaw has
expressed a determination to bear off the
banner offered by the Third Ward Club as a
prize to the Club which makes the largest
turn-out of members on the first of Septem
ber, and from the way he has gone to work,
we are inclined to think the determination
will be carried out.
That Panorama A Slight Mistake.
The announcement in the Patrtot that the
Panorama of Bunyan'a Pilgrim's Progress
would be sold by Benj. F. Shields & Co.,
yesterday morning was a mistake. That fine
paiuting will no; be sold until Wednesday
the 25th inst., when it will positively be
kn ed down to the highest bidder.
The Meetixo in the Focrth Ward To
Night. The ordr of arrangements for the
Bell and Everett rally at the Union Tolein
the Fourth Ward to-nL;ht, is, we uudt rstand,
that the diff rent clubs of the city will meet
at ihe Maiket House at 8 o'clock, and mar
shalled by their respective officers, will
march in procession to the point of meeting
in the Fourth Ward. The proc -ssion will be
met at the corner of nigh aud Cedar streets
by the club from that Ward (of which R. L.
Crenshaw is President) and escorted thence
to the Pole. We anticipate a large attend
ance on the occasion. The procea-ion will
have music, baune a and transparencies The
Bell Grays have been invited to join in the
-march of the Clubs' and will most likely
accept the invitation. Let every Constitu
tional Union man in the city and suburbs
Sixth Ward Beix and Everett Club.
The 6th Ward Bell and Everett Club will
meet at Lincoln's Hall to-night for the pur
pose of going in a body to the speaking in
the Fourth Ward. Afjll attendance is de
sired. SS-Tha list of the officers of the Seventh
Ward Bell and Everett Club given in
the Patriot yesterday was incorrect. The
following are the officers :
Wm. H. Crosthwaite, President.
A. Owen and W. Parks, Vice Presi
dents. L. JJ. Gorbv, Secretary.
Capt. Strong, Treasury.
Isaac Paul, Lerot Armstrong, Jas. M.
Meadows, Sen., Robt. Halle y, and Jo. Grif
fin, Executive Committee.
For the Daily Patriot.
The whole fabric of civilization rests on the
sustaining of the majesty of the laws of God
and man. and the laws of God enjoin obedi
enc t-i the laws of man. When Dr. Dodd
was nrraigned in England for lorgerv. it was
bin first and only offence, no one believed be
intended to cheat any one. He intend- d to
pay the demand himself when it fell due.
Yet he had violated the law. The loss of his
neck was the penalty. The nation wept
while it said: The majesty of the law muRt
be sustained, and high places are no sane.tu-'
ary for crime, The people saw that iheir
rights were secure when crime could find no
protection from penalty, and the Empire felt
it- influence. It is to the justice aud faithful
execution of her laws, and the conseqnent
security and love of her people, that England
owes her civilization, her wealth and her se
curity. On the other band, what can have a
more demoralizing influence on the young,
than the contemptuous disregard for law by
the very persons who demand obedience from
others. What can sooner destroy all sense
of justice in the artless mind of a child than
to be whipped for whispering in school, or
laughing too loud (a merit rather than a
crima) iu the play ground, by the very man
that they see daily taking the instruction that
belongs to them, aud in defiance of law giv
ing it to others. Well may the children say
pluck the beam out your own eye before you
attempt to whip the mote out of ours. Tiie
magnitude of a crime is not measured by
dollars and cents, but by the effect of the
general prevalence of the crime. Forgery
tor one hundred dollars is not punished for
$100 loss, but for what would be the effect of
the general prevalence of the crime. If a
man employed to superintend a burjding, ap
lli s the material for the benefits of other
parties, be is guilty of one offence, breach of
trust, which the law calls the worst of lar
ceny. Has not the Superintendent, in the course
he has taken in giving tuition to the children
of Davidson and-othi-r counties instead of to
those or Na.-hville, been guilty of several of
fences, inconsistent with his poiti.nt The
people of Nashville have taxed themselves
heavily to tducateall children in Nashville,
and thereby to increaso the value ot all pro
perty in Nashville, by offering educational
inducements to people to increase the popu
lation and business of the city. To protect
their rights and properly they pass a law
that none shall have these advantages unless
tbey live in the city that pays these taxes.
But the Superintendent in defiance of the
law and contempt of the people, says, -it
shall not be so; I will sink the value of
your property in the city and raise the val
ue of property, out of the city. The cost
per pupil is 15. each, in your schools. 1
will make the $15, you raise by tax n. weigh
$30, against you, first taking the $15 from
you, next by giving it as a bounty to those
who stay oub-ide of the city and pay no
taxes." He even received those who came
from other counties if tbey would board iu
the city. The people passed another law
to prevent this, but in defiance of both laws,
he has nceived more the past year than ev
er before. Judging from the statement of
citizens and from what I learned in the vi
ciuity of Mr. Barry the amount thus gitren
away is above $5,000, and it is given in such
a manner as to have it count $10,000 against
the people, and this, too, in the very face of
the tact ibat. in bis annual reports he com
pluins ot want of room and asks to have more
bailt and in a year '152 were excluded for
want of room" and these the children of tax
payers. During the present year he has re
luscd to receive ia the Hume building the
children of old resident tax payers, while
be knowingly received those from out of the
city. It he has thus sacrificed the trust and
interests ot bis employers. To what confi
dence is be entitled in a business oint ot
view, besides, the future danger of such a
precedent is not to be overlooked. Suppose
at some future time the city should employ a
Superintendent who was "un-crupulous in
conscience aud gieedy of gaiu" who should
do all be could to injure the reputation ot
private schools in the suburbs, aud through
the press aud other agencies, try to spread
the belief that the institution was a perfect
nonsuch, and when he had made them anx
ious to send, say to them privately, "It costs
you $3, per month in a private school; I will
take them in at half that if you buy your
books of me. You could thus have a good
rcbool at half what it costs tor a poor one.''
Both parties would see the necessity of
keeping the paying part a secret. On 100
pupils $1500, per year could b thus pocket
ed besides several hundred more for books.
The fact this tas not seen done is no guar
antee that it will not under some future Su
perintendent. ' .
Ia a moral point of Tiew, this question is
of still more importance ia one who has
charge of 2,000 children- For several years
the Superintendent acted in defiance of law
and admonitions to himself and the teachers.
In attempting to cover op these acts, he
makes the m.ttler still worse. First, he mis
applies the property which he is paid for pro
tecting; secondly, he attempts to circumvent
the Board in regard to the fact, by asking
Mr. Barry "10 desist from tending for a short
time." because '-the Board of Education
would soon meet, and be would be question
ed; aud that he Could afterward levurce."
Whai could be a more diiect Insult to the
Board and the people, than this attempt to de
ceive the ttoard? Thirdly, be confesses this
charge in the presence of several gentlemen
only after I bad proved it. Fourthly, he con
fessed in two or three case", only when prov
ed gnilty. Fifthly, he admitte'd having re
ceived others, on'y when questioned. Sixthly,
he denied having received more than twelve
since the organization of the Fre? Schools,
when several dozens bad been attending tbat
session. Seventhly, be said they were "or
phan," c, when the proved ca.es showed
the contrary. Eighthly, he denied that "the
schools were tht reby incommoded,' when
bis annual reports, the demand for more
building, and the crowded condition of the
rooms all showed to ihe comrary. Are these
the characteristics that should adorn him who
by precept and example is to mold the minds
and hearts of the youih of Nashville? When
these applications for admission were made,
why did he not bring the subject before the
Board with the opon frankness of a mau?
Did he suppose they had no justice or -'humanity!"
No, he knew they were forbiddeu
by law to grant h'm auy ruch permission.
What ia the remedy for these complaints,
that have been made for th- lxt five years?
Philadelphia and New York can give us much
light on the means of redress and protection.
The New York Board say: -It is the duty of
every reflecting man to examine into the
public expenditures, and discriminate in his
jidgmeot upon those who preside over them.
No relief will be secured till the public in
telligence shall honor the officer to whom
honor belong, and disgrace bim who de
serv s it, and diaric.hiai in such a manner
that bib ill gotten gains shall be a reproach
to him." In New York a Superint. nd nt,
or principal who violate the law or the
rules of the Board, forfeits bi3 t-ituation and
bis salary, and for signing a false report, he
"shall fir each offence, lo-teit the sum ot $25,
and shall be deemed guilty of raisdemeuor,
and every such person or officer, who shall
wilfully misapply any of the public funds
committed to his care, shall be d- emed guilty
of embezzlement," (ihe act of stealing by
breach of trust.) If the treasurer or any
other officer of the city should misapply the
property of the city, it would be the duty of
the City Attorney to collect it back from
bim and of the State's Attorney to bring
bim before the Grand Jury.
If a Superintend can give away a part
of the tuition and not be guilty, then he can
give it all awar and not be guilty.
J. W. DOLE EAR.
For the Daily PatrioL
"The 1TI aid U not dead bat Slecpeth."
A tribute to the memory of Miss Crou.i Mai
ixtt, daughter of Mr Wm. J. and Mrs. Mart P.
Ada.313, cf Ala
I heard the wail of the mother's grief, -
When vernal airs were sighing
The glad return of the bud and the leaf '
"My child my chi.d isdyiegt
Oh! can it bef my God!" she cried:
When the lingerer hope had fled,
Her heart-strings broke with the words she spoke,
"My child myth .Id Is dead!"
I saw the woe that the father felt,
A grief too deep for sighing;
He groaned in agony as he knelt
By the bedside of the d. ing ;
He clasped the mother with tenderest care,
But few were the words he said; -He
could not control his anguished soul
His darling child was dead !
I knew the aged grandmother mourned,
From the heavy sighs she heaved;
The little stay was taken away;
She felt indeed bereaved.
The broken little household band
Looked lone and sad that day.
They longed to go to the Happy Licit,
Where their sister now would stay.
'Mima," a prattling sister cried,
"I am going to Heaven too,
When I am as old as sister who died ;
Say, mother, would not you;-''
And a brother said with tears in his eves,
:l wish I had gone before;
I want to die, thai may not cry
For any loved one more."
I felt the pang tbat wrung lhe?e hearts
It pierced my own with sadness,
And while m sorrowing spirit smarts,
I fain would give them gladness.
I knew the child was lent to tha earth ,
A link to the sky she was given,
And the day of her death was the day. of her
An a ngel was born in heaven !
I knew she was lent by her gentle words,
T.y her meek and loving eye;
She could not stay any longer away
From her beautiful home ia the sky.
But human sympathy now is vain.
For broken hearts we know
The Hand Divine alone can bind
He teeU our every woe:
We will go to him like Jaircs ol oil,
We will trouble the Mas er ag.iu,
For Tesus is able and will console
Ihe afflicted ch.ldren of men;
We will tell Him "our li tie daughter is dead,"
He will comfort him who weepeth:
His answer receive "Only believe
The maid is not dead, but sleepetb.''
Xasiivillk. SI. I. W.
SfMany a man who is daily receiving
mysterious little notes "about three days''
can appreciate the lollowing:
The melancholy days have come,
The sadden or the ye .r,
When notes are due, aud lengthy btlU :
Come in from far and near:
When "Here's a small account of yours,"
Is whispered ia your ear,
And "Won't you ple.ipe to settle now;"
Is all the talk you hear.
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 publ.c the
benefit ray wile bas received from the use ot
his medicine. She has been afflicted with
Dropsy for about four years; her body nd
limbs badly swollen. We tried all remedies
we could get hold of. She was treated by
five of the most eminent physicians in tht
country, but nothing Seemed to relieve hei
until she began to take the Iudian 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. Ellis.
Nashville, Juue ID, I860.
Nashville, June 14th, I860.
To the Editors of the Patriot:
I wish to make a statement through your
columns of what the Iudian Doctor's 1'ills
aud Blood Purifier have done for me. I bav.
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 bis Pills and Blood Purifier
which relieved me immediately. I am now
in better health than 1 have been ior man
years, and I can recommend the Indian Doc
tor's remedies to be all h represents them to
be. and should advise all afflicted lo try bis
medicine. Cait. David Hughes.
julvl2-tt , . .
Money Hard to Collect.
By reasoa of which we are offering cor
large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, very cheap for Cash, or to
prompt paying customers on time.
VY AUD, BIRMINGHAM & CO.
HABITS OF GOOD SOCIETY
A Hand Sook for Ladies and Gentlemen
This is not, as might be inferred, a collection oi set
forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, and conven
tionalisms. " Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a deep tninker, a sag.
reasoner, and a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, and will not
its way Into every library. For Bale by
JOHN YORK k 00.;
myll No. S8 Cnion si real.
JJargaius iu Mioes. - f1 r
. - .
Wishing to reduce oar stock before making rnr
Fall pnrvbases, we have selected out aa assortment
or Boots, Shoes an d Gaiters for men , boys sad ladies
misses and children, of litlil summer wear, which
we will sell at cost for cafil Most of tbem are good
shoes. '" FARRAB, DI3MTJKES Ic CO., --
JuiyH-lm No 46 College street.
STJSHE1S New York Mercer Potatoes, food.
for eating orvUuUutg, just received and fois
No 14 South Mark at.
COAL OIL! COAL UL!
O A BARRELS Very Best Coal Oil Jost received
t4tJ aud for sale at 74 CIS per gallon by th br
rel.by RAINS, BROWN CU.
- - Fire, v . , -r- ; -j
New Orleax3,' July 13 The hardware
store of J. S. Reif i Co., is burned, and the
fire is spreading. - ' .
i Klver News.
LorisviLLR, July 18. The river Is falling,
with 4 feet water ia the canal. - ? ; - r
' - Arrived.' ' r- - "
St. Johns, N. F. July 18. The steamer
Flying Fish, the advance vessel or the Prince
of Wales squadron, has arrived, ; ; j 1 ; s- A
From fct. Joseph.
St. Joseph, July 18. The Pikes Peak Ex
press has arrived.
Rich discoveries have been made on Cherry
Creek three miles from Deaver. -J v - -.
The new discoveries on the Arkansas are
promising nearly as well as the California
Washington, July 18. Taylor, Pugh and
Rust, ou behitli of the Douglas National Com
mittee, have issued an addr as of explanation
aud Counsel. - They Buy: "If we have friends
iu any Statelet them call a State Conven
tion at once and nominate a full ebctoral
ticket pi dg'mg exclusive support ot D ugla-
ai.d Jolinsou." . Tbey indignantly reject all
propositions for a jutut ticket iu auy State.
Ileeuan and Jlorrisser.
Hcenan accepts llortissey's challenge.
Morrisbey by a card in the Uerald, deuies the
authorship of the cnalleuge.
4. X. SPKRKT.
J. N. & H. SPERRY
Commission, Receiving ' aud Forwarding
AND DEALERS IN
Pare Wiues aud Brandies
Also-Domestic Liquors, Tobacco,' Cigars, ic .
No. 53 Market street, Gordon's Block,
HAVING associated ourselves together for the
the purpose ol transacting a General Grocery.
Commission and Receiving and Forwarding Business
e 1 del assured , from a long experienae in this busi
ness, that we cau give satisl'actioB to all who may la
vor us with their patronage. It is our intention to
Keep om.-tautiy in store a. well assorted stock of Gro ,
ceies, Wiues and Liquors, and our determ uaticn to
sell tuem as ciieap as tney can be bought elsewhere.
J. N. it. SPERRY.
We are now receiving a large and complete assort
ment of Groceries, Wines , Liquors, Cigtrs and To
bacco.to which we Invite your attention. Our stock
consists in part of the following articles:
Sugar and Coffee. ; ' .
50 bh-Is. Sugar; -' ' -" 10 boxes Boston Loaf;
ISO bbls pow. & crush do; 60 bbls Molasses; -60
do Codee Sugar, 15u bags Baltimore Coflee.
Wines and Liquors.
630 bbls rectified Whisky ; 50 do Newsom'a 'do;'
60 do Kobinsonco. do; 150 pkgs Brandy, Wine, Gin
500 boxes Star Candles; 20U pkgsPaisins;
600 kegs Nxils; 100 box Pickles Catsup;
100 boxesCueese; 60 do Oysters;
&00 gross Matches; - 100 boxes Tacks;
100 do Mason's Blacking; K00 reams Wrap. Paper;
50 boxes Garrett '8 SnuQ; 100 do Letter Paper;
50 reels Cotton Rope; 100 bags Shot;
150 doz Painted Buckets; 20 kegs Bar Lead ;
60 nests do Tubs; 100 kits Mackerel Fish ;
60 doz Wash Bbarcs; 50 bags Popper Jt Spice-
60 coils grass &jute Rope 100 boxes Ground Giuget
500 boxes Glassware; and Pepper.
500 drums Smyrna Figs;
Cigars and Tobacco.
60,000 nenry Clay Cgars;
60,001) Nap 'Icon do;
2,500 La Competition Cigars, imported ;
15, OO Uerman Cigars, various brands
100 GroB Smoking Tobacco;
60 Boxes Languoru c Armisiead Toboc o
'Zo uo J. A. Clay ao.
25 do E. I). White J " do;
60 do Tennessee Tobacco, various brands;
Aud many other articles too numerous to mentioc
J - J. X. fc H. EPERRY, . ,
mar!9-tf 53 Market Ft.. Nashville. Teon
-: i .a -
?tm - OS
a s 1
- fc. '
1 iirni&uiiig (iood$M
OUR stock of Full Bosom Shirts is again complete.
tur r.oolucss and comfort we commend them as
ing p .rticul irly a,.pn priate lo the present hot sea
son We have a .so a small lot of Pud Bosom Shirts,
ogether with an endiess variety of plainer styles.
We have also received another lot of handsome
eck Ties, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Dressing Robes,
-uspei.ders, Half-hoie, arc.-, c. Also, re-supply ol
3as nable U UKR-W EAR. - Call and see our Goods.
tVe are determlued to dispose of tnenr at very low
igures, being anxious to reduce our stock.
jut.e22-tf J." li. McGlLL.
- For - Sale
iH AVE 10 or 12 'anrcs of as pretty land, near the
junction of Nolensville aud Mill Creek Valley
t'umpike, as lies in Davidson county, which I wish
to scil low tor cash. Apply to K. R. Glascock & Co.
juae26-tf JNO. S. PETW AY.A
Kxtia Fine Corn Meal.
AN additional supply just received rer Glenwood.
Also, titty barrels or the cheapest Food lor Slock
.n the market. . BKNJ. F. SHli- LDS & CO.,
juuel-l-tr . ... No. 27 College street.
HAVE removed their Book-Bindery
and Blank-Book Manufactory to
me Baptist roonsning House, next
touse below Dock las & Co.. north
larket street, No. 69, 2d door from the Square and
trill be glad to see all (heirold customers and invite
tew onesibat at work ia our line. We are pre
pared to make Blank Books in the best manner and
titer any given pattern. Particular attention will be
paid to the Biuding of Periodicals and old Books
Jur prices are as low as the lowest.. The style of
worn cau oe seen at me Bin aery or btore on Union
iireei. , cooks leu at euner place will receive im
nediatc attention. - - - - - . febll-insdlf
lYashfille Female Academy.
Founded 1816. ?
"pHK next session of this Institution begins first
a. jiuuuay in cvpiemDer. rreparauon week Tor
:lasiQcal:on and rooming of pupils, the last week in
tugusi. Note th following advantages:
1. The liuildlngs in extent and fitness for
school purposes, doinetu.; comforts, health , exercise
ind convenience ire wholly anequaled to the United
Vates. We cballeuge a comparison. - - t
9. 'I he Six Acres orLawn and Shade
ire enclosed so as to seuurv the greatest privacy and
iliord pupi s the unreetiained ireeaom of ch'ildi&h
4;xrts and innocent amusements. '
3. A on-seetarlan. The Academy belongs to
oily gemicmen iepresoi.ted by seven of their nura-
oer of oiUereut ue nominations, pledged to preserve
he non-aectarUu character of the school.
4 '1 he maternal Care or the Boarding pu
ils is entrusted uuuer the constant supervision of
he Principal, to ladies of culture and education, who
.evote their attoie time to the happiness and comfort
of the pupils.
6. I lie Health of the Institution is
inproceaeuteu iu tuo history ot schools. Ou y three
deaths have occurred among the pupils in over forty
ye trs. The health statistics of the Institution are
among its highest recommenuations-
0. The Rooms ar largo, wcu furnished, and
7. security from tire. The buildings are
ueatea bj, siu.ii au j .ignte with gas, so that the
pupils are secure from the ordinary accidents aocrn
tug from stives, tire places, mod moveable lights,
ctesides the evenness of temperature adds greatly lo
the health ol the schooL
8. Herniations which years have shown to
be niuti. hilar ,wul be continued In their full force
he fewest possible; changes we mad in the
rule and general arrangements of the Academy.
9. rhe faculty is composed of thirty-are
sobers ana aikacii., most of whom were anrirlr
ith my predecessor, in the Literary Department,
be teachers have bad long sod succesafo i experience
.ud most ut tbem in the uid Academy." In the Music
.ud ornamental Departments the teachers, Proles
-ots and Artists are of higa celebrity. A superior
a pial has been recently engaged for the ensuing
year. " ' - -
. ui fact the highest advantaresta every psrucalar
ut can be found in any similar Instituti n m the
United Slati , are furnished in the Nashville Female
Academy the Alma Mater of hundreds of the most
tegant aud refined ladies ia the Southern States.
49 Terms as Heretofore, for particulars apply
for a Circular to the principal. ' " ' '
"' - GEO M. EVEBHART.'
Nashville, Ten a.. Jane U-lww3m - i t
ALL applications for th Xkxt of th "GAIETT
THKATRE" to be addressed tc
; ' chas. r. cxisp; "
DArt3-tf ';,"., ;; Box 497, Nash vUle.Teaa
Frank Leslie's Gazette of Fash
ion for June.
Jut received by JOHN YORK tc CO.,
tnay29-tr 5$ Tntoa street.
-Dailt Patriot Office, I
j'r- Nashville. July 19, I8C0. J
There 'his been very , little done, ia any
ofourmaikets the" past, week.' No sales of
either Cotton orTobacco. Some few sales
of Wheat, at the quotations below, which are
the figures at which , the article can be
brought here from Louisville. Bacon and
Lard . are getting scarce and prices have
again advanced. r -
? FLOUR- We quote saperfine at $tf$6
fiO ; extra $77 60 bbL In sacks $3 50
for extrs, wholesale ' . '
GRAIN White Corn 75 per bushel; mixed
65a70c Oats 65 to 60c per bushel. Wheat
$1 10 for prime Red. White $1 20 per
bushel. ' -
BACON Is in request and scarce. We
qaote shoulders at 9 j.;-clear sides ,12$,
hams HJc. &. These are tha buying
rates from wagons ; packers receive Jc ad
vance on them. -
LARD Is in demand and selLs readily at
12 lb. . '" ' '
MEAL Is Belling at 7580c. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 4042 lb.
GINSENG 2530c. lb.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
8J9 &.; prime lo choice 9J10c; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars lOlljc. lb.,
crushed and powdered ll12c; Loaf 11
12c. 3 lb. "
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
43c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c. . . . . .
COFFEE Rio 1515.W.; Laguyra 14
15c, Java 1820c , E. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
"75c; Young Hyson 4060 ; Black CO
l 50. , ; ; ' '
SALT We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60.$1 70; and Barrel at
40c. bushel. . '
COTTON YARNS.- The lollowing are the
agents' quotations for Cotten Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
and 400, 12c. ...
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2022c.
gallon, and country at 5075c gallon,
according to quality.' ' "
CANDLES. Star 18c : per lb. '.'for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50a2 75:" ' . " ' :
' SOAP Turpentine $225a2 75 per box.
BRAN. $1 50 per cwr.- '
HAY $26 per ton.
BEESWAX 2Ca27c per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
. ! . CisosxATi, July 17 P. M.
BROOMS The demand la quito limited, and tho
market dull. We.quote.
$1 &0fS!2 00
2 60 S 00
3 00( 3 25
3 25 3 60
. BCTTER The demand is moderate , packers buy
ing rather sparingly, arid the supply being good, the
market is quite dull and heavy, na the pn eg
rather in favor of buyers, tbouch they cannot be
CmI ed lower The packe.8 are paying 8al c, lor in
ferior to good Central Oh o, aud getting all they de
sire at th-se rates. Choice fresh brn gs 11.12c
from ciU retailers, and Western Reserve at 14al5c.,
or wnicn tne supply is sun quite moderate.
B Kbw AX The maraei is uibaugcu; dealers are
paying 28 ii'JC
CANDLES AND SOAP. The demand is molcra'e
for all art cles, without change in prices. Wc con
tinue to quote: i
Star Candles, full weight....;
" 14 ox
Opal full weight
Tallow-' . double pressed.
Soap No. 1 and palm
German. ............. ...
" ; extra ,
. CHEESE The demand durug the week bas hern
very lig..t,aud the market du.l, tin. ugh prices havo
not changed. Ihe tales add up 1,50.. b xes at 7
7ic, the latter rate for selected. Th exy rt ac
mand is very light, which may be attributed tc the
very hot" weather. --
FEATHErW There is no imp-ovetnent in the de
mand, an j w quwto 43a44c- as t lie. rates paid lor
prime - n arrival. - ' .
FLOCK Tt.ere has been bnt a limited demand
dur.ug tho week, and the market has ru.ed dud and
heavj , with tue couliuueu irregularity in prices,
uld supcrnne ha- ben ffored freely at S4 6Ua4 60,
and extra at $4 75.4 80, but met with a very stow
Silo.f.esu grun . bruugut $5a5 60 lor the c ty traue,
and some parcels made from new Wi.eat S5 1jS 50.
The old Block is stiill being bbipped East to a market,
it being unsaleable here at ay thing ve- $4 25-i4
60 lor tuperQne to extra.
GKAIM nheath.s been quits dull during the
week, and prices are so irrcgumr that unir .rm quo
tations can uot be given. - There h s bi-cn a g -od
eal ot new crop offered for future deliver , holders
asking SI 10al 20 for Red aud White, buim.llers
have t..cir uiius fixed o. $1 for Red aud $1 05al
OS tor White, and are not willing to pay over these
rates, and would not buy freely at thest. quotations
more than enough to supp.y their current wains.
About 6,000 biuhete new so.d at Slal 0o fur red and
$1 05 for White, on the spot or to be delivered with
in a day or two, and theu some old White brought $1
20 and old Red $110. Corn dull, iu betler supply,
and prices down to 4 5a 46, Oats have been ia largo
supply, and declined to 35ao6c. Rye dull at 75c.
Barley nominal. -
blNSENti--Tbe market continues unsettled, and
prices litllo better - than nominal. Dealers eller to
pay 30a35c per pound
HAY A good demand all the week, and prices a
shade firmer. We quote prime new ti ootby at
$15 tl6, and old at $1C, in bales, at the wharves or
railway stations. - -
HIDES The market is steady, with a fair de
mand atonr quotations, which wo coutinue:
Sheep's Pelts, (each)....
7 & Te .
6 (S ,'icr
37 75u -
IRON The market continues dull for all kinds,
and the busiuess doing quite moderate. Tho manu
facturers buy Phi sparingly and with reference to
their current wants, as they have doue for several
months past. Priuces remain unchanged in every
respect, and we quote Ohio hot-blast pig at $20a'6,
and common Bar at 2c, and charcoal at 3.S,c
IJlATHEH The ma. ket has not chauued as re
gards demand or pri es since our last, aud we con
mire to report a steady market at the following
rates: v u-.ww-a a. v .. -.. k,- o.
Sole , city tanned , per lb . r
Hemlock, do. do.
ll.rnM. I.ilhav. Ha
S340 ' ;
, 24a52r f
Skirting, ' do.
Calfskins, per doz.
Kip do do -
upper Leainer,per uoi
Rn.lln do do.
Rough, ft ft i
PROVISIONS A good demand for Mess Pork, and
the market closed buoyant; 1,000 bris sold at $18 75,
but Saturday evening S19 was offered acd refused
for a good brand; holders asked $19 25. A better
demmd fcr Paeon, with rales of 80U huus. at Salic;
at the close 9.' and 11'C were asked and holders
firm.- - Bulk meats solu to the extent el 1 ,200,OJ0 lbs.
at Sc for rh.HiIoei 8 and 10j fur tides, but it was dif
ficult to buy at these r .to at the close. Lard ad
vanced to 72g lor barrels and tie. cea, and was
held at 13c for tierces and HJi tor brl- at tho cli se.
Keg could be bought at 13u. Tho stock is very
light.:: '..J'.;.. "I : -. . : . i
: ITlarltet hy , Telegraph.
New York, July 18. Cotton dull, the turn
is in favor of the buyer; sales to-day 400
bales Middling Upland lOi.iFlou? dull,
sales 9,500 bbls. 5 155 20. Corn steady;
Sales to-day 61,000 bushels; Mixed Western
61aC3. Mess Pork q liet. Sales 675 bbls.
19 37ial9 50. Lard firm but quiet, sales
250 bbls, 13al3f . Coflee sales 3 3d0 bags. .
Cincinnati, July 18. Flour dull at $5 50
a5.00 for exira. V'hi6ky sales ot 800 LbU at
17c. Corn dull; sales ol 1401) bushel at 43c.
Coffee firm 14Jal5c Molasses 44a45c. -
Naw Okleans. July 19- Cotton sales to
day 350 bales; quotations are nominal. Mo
lasses 28a30c .Provisions quiet but firm.
Tobacco steady; logs i2; fine leaf 78c
Freight and exchange unchanged. '
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- - ' . . - BY , " - ;'
' Abraltam Carutliers,
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. '. No. 33 Union street.
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Margaret Mancrteffe by t.liariea Burdett.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne
Jlie Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and his CriUcs.' i ' ;
Mill on the Fluss.
Life Struggle by Miss Par Joe.
How to en.y Life.
F.wn of four Acres.
i ivi. g Keit-esentaUon Meu.
Art R creations.
HabiU of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen. ;
Li:e's Morning Lite's Eveniug.
Notes on Nursing by Miss Nightingale
FIFareidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Cryant's Eulogy oa Washington rving.
LitU Be nty by author of Gamblers WaV.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macauliy,
Tylney Hall a novel by fhoiuas Hood,
lhrone of David by author of Prince Ucuse of
The F oreuce Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Bibiecal Reason Why Aord cf God.
Friers-wood Post Office by Hein, of RedclilL
MidemoUelle Mori a Ulo of Modern Rome.
Ji v Years, and other Storie hy Julia Karanagh
Tlie Little Beauty,
By the Auth r of the Gambler's Wife.
M iry Stuart, Queen of Scotts, by Reynolds.
Dickens' Short Stories. -
Tae Rebsl and the Rover;
Justreetived by JOHN YOSK ti CO.,
une22-tf 3S I'u-ot street.
Harper's !V e v Iflonthly ITlasazine for
J uue, commencement of a new volume, just re
ceived by JOHN YORK & CO.,
may22-tf. " - S Uulon StreeL
Alagazines. aud le spa per s.
Harper's New Monthly MacaAioe for Juty;
Frank Leslie's Monthly and Gazette of Fashion for
Godey's Ladies Book for July ;
Peterson' Magazine fur July ;
Knickerbock r M. nthly Magazine for July; '
The London Illustrated News, weekly ;
W.Ike's Spirit of the Times, weekly;
Porter'iSp;r of the Times, weekly;
Waverly Magazine, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civ. lizsion, weekly;
Leslie's ninnrated News, weekly; . '
New York Ledger, weekly;
Now Y rk Mercury ; New York Weekly;
For sale by JOHN YORK 4 CO.,
june20-tf ' ' ' No. 38 Cni n street.
rrHIS establishment will be open for the reception
J. of visitors on Tuesday the 12th inst.
43T Board $1 60 per day, $S per woofc
Wol. 1. t f A111A.,
juneii-2m E. J . aKUUMt,
F HAG AN, 41 College St has just received th
. following new Books: -
MOUNT VERNON PAPD
Complete in our large 12 mo Book. Price $1 50.
The PhyatolosF of Common. Life,
by Gen. Henry Lewis, author of Sea Side Studies,
Life of Gorthe, etc., 2 vol.
The object of the above work, differs from that of
all other works on pepular science, in its attempts t
meet the warns of the student, while meeting thote
of the geueral reader, who is supposed to be wholly
unacquainted with Anatomy and Physiology.. The
many excellent treatises which exist are above sen led
to tue advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
and a facility of apprehcusion which can only istsuo
from a practical familiarity with su jecu.
A History and explanation of apperritious, visions,
dreams, ecstaey, niaguetism and sonambulism by
A. Briekk I'tf koiixovr, M. D , tranfcUtcd from ll.o
French ly Kouekt T. Hiuik, F. L. S.
Politician! Attention ! ! !
THEPOLIHCALIF-Xr BooK.OR FNCVCLOPKUlt,
contaiuiog everj thioir necessary for reference of tho
Politicians and Statesmen of t..e Cited States.
.1'rinters Look Here!
I have on limd and for sals S ,500 lbs. of New
Ik, warranted a No. 1 article.
I hive just received a complete assortment of
Wades celebrit.-d caiorcJ Job Ink of every tint and
s .ade. F. HAG AN,
june8-lf. 41 C Uee St.
Mrs. SoKlhwortli's few Book,
WITH HER ACTOiJlOGRAPHY ;
" " BY
Author of Lady of the Isle, Lost Heiress, etc., etc.
bound $1 25, paper fl 00, for sale by
JOHN YORK & CO.,
mar2!-tr - No. S3 Cnion Street.
A. W. JOHXSOX, JR.
JNO. O. TSKASOB.
Johnson & Treanor,
No. 6 Cnlon Street,
XASIiriLLE, TEXXFSSEE, v
BY virtue of five venditioni exponas, to me direct
ed, and delivered from the Honorable Circuit
Court of Davidson County, Tennessee, at its May
term, 1860, 1 w ill expose to public sale, to the high
est bilder, for cash, at the Court-bouse Yard, in
the City of Nashville, on Saturday, the 21st day of
July, I860, all the right, title, claim, interest aud es
tate, which td ward Lawrence and C. E. H. Martin,
then hud, or may nave since acquired In and to the
following described Property, viz A. part o! the tract
of land knowx as the Garrett , property and situated
on the north part of Nashville, and beicning at a
corner of an alley on Haslums street, 179 feet west
of McLemore street. aud running west 292 feet or
there about to tue bouth cast corner of - Haslums to
N. rth Nashville, thence north about ISO feet loan
alley of 12 feel wide, thence cast about 150 feet , lo
another 12 foot alley, tbence south abont ISO feet to
tte beginning Levied ouasihe properly of For
ward Lawrence, to satisfy two judgments in favor of
Jas. B. I'raif head, and two in favor of M, W. Brien,
and one in favor of E. H. Childretisir .,ihu Jane ,28,
1860. Sale within usual hours.
JOHN K. KDMCNDSOS, Sheriff.
. ' By W.D. UOBEH.TS0N, Deputy Sheriff. '
. Tsturs . op Siia. The above described property
will be sold for one third cash, and the balance on
lone and two years with interest.
Ladies' Fine Snoes and Gaiters
.... JOHN RAMAGE, 42 College street,
. f X 18 m Ree-eipt of f r "
LADIES' French Lasting Congress and Lace Gaiters,
4 Franc is Tuo First" Gaiters,
- " Kid and French Lasting Heel Slippers, '.
. . " Gkive Calf Congress Gaiters, with and
... . Without Uaelj",
' French and FjiglUh Glove Kid Plippers, '
- Curoso Kid Pump r.le Boots, Ac,
With a great variety of styles for Mis-s and Chil
dren. A beautiful assortment of lufaut Shoes.
mayl2 JOHV RAMAGE. '
IaOuIsvIIIc and aslivlc
LSLlaamA aaVaLKi ft asl fsi I am
CIIAKUE OF TIME.
TWO through Lxprecs Passenger Trains bcta-eeo
Nashville and Louisville, making close connec
tions at Louisville for Naw York, Bostou, Ph'ladcl
phia, Baltimore, Washington City, BuHolo; Niagara
Fails, Cleveland, Cincinnati, St. Lomis, and the Far
On and after Sc.vdat, Jvit tbs 8th, 1860, IraLas
will ma as follows:
First Mail train leaves Nashville at 8 -O0 A JJ. daily,
stopping at Gallatin, Bowling Green, Glasgow Junc
tion. Uitabetl) town, and allregularauiloua when sig
nalled by a flag, aud arriving in Louisville at 1.-40
P.M. ' Retortuug leaves Louisville at 4:10 A.M., stop
ping aa above, and arriving in Nashville at 2J5
Second train, Fx press, leaves Nashville at 5:60 P.M.
daily , tiunday excepted , stopping as first train , and
arriving iu Loui-ville at 3:00 A. M. Returning lea v. s
L-Miisvilieat P. M., stopping as above, and ar
riviugis Nabb villeat 3:0i A. M. .
Galiaiiu Acctunmudalion Trafn leaves Kasbvillt
daily (Sundays excepted) st 4&Q P. at., and arriv
ing in Gallatin at6:l p. M. Reuiruing leaves Galu
tin at 7.00 A. M., and arrives la NauvUle at 90t
A Mat? m
Through tickets on sale at the Depot for all points
North, East and West, with a choice of the many dU
JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent.
- A.J. Field, General Ticket Agent.
julylO-dtt . .... . , .
- - . . - - ... ... .
FOR rent for the balance of the year, a la ree com
f. ruble third story room, suitab e for a Book
binder or Saddler's Shop. For particulars aoply at
this office. . Julvji-tf
" Dicldn's Kew Book,";
SHORT STORlaW, just received and for sal by
junelS-tf JOHN TOAK ft CO.
"i-T . :. ... 4 - i-
- ii r I
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
LUCCJ purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com.
bustioa ia Hydrogen, of hign medical author,
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each, of th ,
follotring eomplainft, viz. : . -'
SEmjTY. ITLSVOUS AFFECTT0173, 23tA
CIATION, DYSPEPSIA. DlISSHZA, C0XSTL
P4.TI0N. .SCROFULA. SALT KirETm. SCTTRVY.
JAUNDICE. LIVES. COlHIJLLSTS SBXTJlffA.
TTSSI. MXHCTTRIAL CONSEQUENCES, TNTE2L,
MITTEXT FEVERS, NEURALGIA CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKJTESS, MIS
KEN3TRUATI0N. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLES CX THE FACE, E0UQHKESS OP
THE SECT, etJ. , - . r -
The IE0X baing absorbed by tha iloodV and t
thus circulating through the whols system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder
ful infiaeacev. ; . -..'-.
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be '
compared with it Imparities of the blood, do-
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicata its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all "vases cf
female debility (Suor albas, chlorosis, etc.) Its
effects are delightfully renovating.' Wo remedy
has ever been discovered, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy, .
and rally restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witb. aa unusual disposition for active .ana
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
Aa a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pot up In nrV flat metal boxes containing
SO pills, price ao crntt jvt ox S tUx tMtxea,
M SO ne tbwn boxes. 0. Foe- Klm by
Dmixlita priiejrallj'. "Will be seat tree to
any Address on receipt ef tUe price, r All e
tcrs, ortteiw, rte, snotua oe aoarmcu m -
- B; B. LOCKE SzCXX;- A'
General' Aponts. "
" ' -v 339 BROADWAT, W V.
!V. TL The above Is a fac-slinlle of tbe'
Label on each box. .
decia-dlriwAwly . . . . .
Clerk..&ud HIaater? ale ,f l.t '
Hi r. mis J noffman, A im'r et Wilham L. HotTmaa
ana oiners. "
BY virtue of a Decree of the Honorable Circuit
Court at Nashville, l enu.. pronounced into
above cause at its May Term. 16d0. wl'i exiutFe to
Public Mile to the highest bidder, at the Court bouse
in the city of Nashville,
Oa Saturday the ilth day of infnst, 1SC0
A vaiuaDie Lot or o round in tne Liter r Nashville,
being part ol Lot "o, 87. in Batch : Whitsi!e'sa dic
tion lo Nasbvlle, frotitingon tho West side of Svruoe
Street forty-feet. Said Lot is Sold for .rtiuou. . '
Tehssop liaLa. i-ai I lot will be sold upon a cr All
ot" Six , twelve and eighteen mont s.w 'h inurest
from c ale, except the uim of oi.e Hiiilml d liars
cash. D .VID C. I OVE.
J .ly9-td . . C eik and aiaoter.
TIIE Bill TiIOLF:SEU'lr s
MAO 11 I1ST IT
' I XUE Bartuolf Machine has a larjer arr- thaatay "
L ouier P0 Mai-faine. o - ' - -
So. 25, College Street, " opposite tl Sewi
JC.T received a lareo sup- !y of
NE.V MU.-IC, among Wu.cii re
several Sonus, by Foley Hit., J. 1; ,
I'bomus, S. C. Foster, and oiL r ct.e-
brated writers Pieces I ro-oi r shcr, '. halberg, tol
lentiopt, Wal. ce an 1 oiherz.
Also, a Urge assoi tment of "Ste.nway A: Sops,"
FIRST CLASS PIANOS,
Which will be sold at small advance on cost. For
bargains come to
C3 Union Srreet.
mayl5-dtAW " J. A. .vacCI.ITRE.
Valuable Heal Estate
I AM now offering at private sale my family reai
doice, adjoii.ini the town of Wavei ly, in th
county of Humphreys, situated imu.ediately ou Ute
main ttngn rod f. o n NsbvhM to Memphis and
wilhia half mlie of the Nashv ille and .Norm st
ern Railroad, cuiitaiuiug ab..ut 15 aorta of Land
well improved. A neat ad comfortable da-ellxg,
house, kitchen and other nf-cefary oat houses,.
good weU of never-failing water, Ac, Ac- - - r
ANo, my farir m Butitoe ooai.iy , lmmetiinlely en
the stage road, and wllhm one ! i tlie V. a N.
W. Railroad, c- uf-fning about 2t'ua.-re,100..f waich
is in cultivation. There are a.so four gooj Grax
Io7ts, well tit'iated as to Ftock water, with a nev-r.
failing snpp'y both ftr stock- ana family ape.- The
improveruiiLs cousist of net and c mmo-tious
Dwelling-house, with itehens -d other iie.esary
out bouses. - Tills place m well known to the travel
ing oouimtmity as Clark's lavorn. rfiajm, liva miiee
from thp Tet.nei's.re river, and fer n.ilus lrom Hi
town ot Camden. Benton county, Tenn.
Terms liberal. For tun h-r 'particulars apply
the subscriber near Waverly, Humphreys cu.l'.-n'T
junel4-4w - - - - - - -.-c. W.RlVBa.
- Kiugslon Sprinss, ' "
S now open tor t'je reception of visitors. 'On asd' '
after Tuesday the 31 day of July Jdr. Jss.-t
Pasrish will run aa accomraodiiion Oinnibe. 1 eavhig
the Sewanee House every Tuesday, hursliy , and
Saturday ai C o'clock, A. it.i arriving at the Springs'
to dinner fare two dollars i-fUce nd register t
Sewacee Iljuse. The me-ileal qualities ol t3es
Springs are well known. For uyspepsia, diseases of
Uie liver, and for complaints hjcident.ut letriale,
tbey are enserpasve-Thereare-Ave-tmlphur
springs of d ffereut qaarfttesvbesidcs free stoue and
newly discovered cnaly beats. , " -
Terms Per Day ."....Il 60 '
"- -a. n'eek.,..... . .. ........ . S oa,
. Month. ..j30 COt
Horse per week'. S 40
CiaUdre a and servants half price. - - i
r - - v WM. T YEAT5fAN,yf
K. J. KREDEi
JuneC0-2m. . . , . , gvperia endents.
i-t v-r i
r U ; JCL , Zj W , 1 It XU OT,
T ' Just received aid for sal by j
ETIEXXE ... LAJIBiUT k , CO.,
" COLONNADE 'EUILDING3, !'"vJ '
No 53 Cherry St., Aa<Tillo.
KA CASIS genuine Heidsieck Champagno;
JJ 60 cases - p,nta- . i '
60 cases Yicus Ccps Climpa?fle, J. Laimenre,
60 do Clos Pnradis,Chara an; -,
, 26 do Chambertin Sfiarkaing Purgundy t -
., loO do Burgundy Wnea; . a .. ,J
25 do Chateau aavac Caret; , .
r.-SS do - " - , Huts; El J 7
lev) do Con time Claret, first quality; .'
. 26 do , La rose, Laute and Margaret; ."'j
- glOO do Sherries, the finest brands.
60 do Royal Society Port; '. C-J' 1
26. do Tuos. Hiue Brandy; r,
. ' 10 do Old Cognac; " 4 "
6 da ' assorted Co-, dkls.-parls x"Per3eadxj
10do Abtiyiitbe Edward la. net. Course;
15 do Real Turin Vermouth
200 do lt.lian Winea;- '
20 do Sparkling Noobiolo; r " p
40 do - ,-o . DractM.tuf i L
20 do do Muscat; . . . '
W do "tvhlte Am; 'j
U do Berolo - ' ' ' : J
30 do Aioocarone.Yerm&cilH, RegineUe,tc;
SO do and Ua Lacuatihvit oil;
All our direct toropean exportauons per bark AIsa
Also. APPENMNE BITTERS, recommended by
lie most eminent pbvsk-iao. -
fifcNN LAMB(31T k. CO-,
may l(t-tf . N.i 6 Clierry Street.
For Rent or Lease.
TWILL rent or lease my place sear (be Mqrfree
boro' Pike twoFrle from tj"ti:y r.H ;a irerRt
year, or wan the p. ivrWe otnve "-ca s There ia
a cnnvesieet ttrick Dwelling wiUi Khch and gi.i
Stables, and a soleudid well of ec rllect waw.
There are taelve acres of superinr land hiuubie for
raisins: ail kinds ot marketing.
feS-tf u 'C'il . ; Lf C13 LSWIS.
FIRE INSURANCE C03J PA NY.
Capital f 150,O0O all paid In. ,
i xfTICK Nortu-West Comer of the Publir square
V- Will take risks against toss or damare by Bre
o Dwellingsand other Houses, Goods in St., Ac'
' AisoMariuandRivrtiai;.rditoaorroi ail port.
Ritiioa SeaToeiagainitth Dasgerrif the
J01TN V . HILL. JtiSEPI? TACIJtT
JAMES CORREY. THOMPSON ANDERSON
. M. FOGG. JAMES tXU.
ALEX. ALLISON, - N. E. AIJAtWAT.
R. H.GASPKR. - W. . KAKIN. v
JOSEPH yATJXX, rTeaidest
JL W. BCTIX3 .Secretary - - octH
- r- 1 11 f
A T thi Nw Salooa oa Market street, ne vr Cni a
will be recnlarry st every moraine at li o'ekwkj
aalveryvomj at o'clock. ja-20-tf