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IIOBH'S ' SILVER BAUD!
BE 01LT FiUtaUESTLY OEG:.i2ED BAND
X xii CITT, wiil attend to ii cats for mtzii. bnnu
aUxtul aortal, giTttuJ entire 6it;frii.-i or i
iCirg. lie Band 15 composed .f
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. Allcaii for maaU:, tor laterals, px-a.
U- atJ js-'cii.-es- wul ts t&ded t-ronaplli .
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a-.ii-iy i3Faua C&iifirari
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTBATED CORK -THE
A. POWERFUL REMEDY
f'OE WEAKNESS -
FOR WBAgS Y DISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY ITt
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yoathfolin.lUoreHon eau be surely and per ma
...r.tlcrMtutMlbT using the
AQUA V I T A E,
i Remedy of Crtat and Certain Powf r.
ThlJremedy isput apia small vials, and can be
T a .a A a 1 ill a a laiT
sent by mailto any aaareaa. i ukii - j
remittor a week, aud yoa will experience a great
frrtieat. A eirculareontainiugfullprticulars,Befll
(Ire) on application. Price, per bottle fl .
41 .-bottle wilh'asta month.
n 3 Ttaisremedy issuitablefor either
Address . . K.CRvREK,
Hollow)' Vlll nd Ointment.
Wcaiu. These Pills have the power or so far per-
. 1T.m ic 1ctmrMl III
fertmz the digestion, uii m- .
th stomach, or if attached to the bowels expelled
by their action the Ointment locally applied, killa
u contact, the tucarxM or seat worm. Sold every
Chattaxooga, March 27,1860.
Mrwrs. Claxx, Grboobt Co.: This is to certify
that I hare beaa i fueled with P.heumatism for the
Uua ten years, and so badly afflicted that I was not
able to attend to my usual avocation , ant that I have
... hundred or one thousand dollars m
try in physicians and tbe most popular -ted-cines of
l be duy , w irtont relief. The Amo rosiai vi uaa
im.re U restore me to health than an eife oeiuc.
Jl7U-'.w WM. WATERS.
Calendar. Ilartford. Auzust 27,1859.
.Taii.!..' riTMZi Citi-Thia article is the
best preparation wc ha-e ever used tor the purpose
of repairing splintered veneers, lunumre, ns.,- -Klu-
ia re.,uirU, and is so chemically prepared as to
always ready for use. - julyll-5
Wc would partxularly call the attention of our
reader, to a remedy known as McLean's Strenfith
rniog Cordwl and Blood Punlier. It is certainly a
valuable rvnwdy- We therefore say to all, call at
the agent s, and test for yourselves its intrinsic mer
ua. It Jt licioiis to take. We ask our lady readers
iUyiC Seethe advertmenM-nt m another column.
1 lure -M f-t my entire interest h. the firm of
Nl uoi-o Hmrmi-, to Ir.D Hrrai.T , who
U1 ront ou- tte bovine aj herHofore. I J
.-i h.m in winiin? up the bosuiess tUe old
Brm, and sol.c:t for hira a conliuian.eof the patron
j, be lowed eu ll.e 41 firm.
JalyS.lMV.. J- C. MOliM-ON.
In r rd, r u rclucs my o k as much as posn.I,
frrere-elviiij?newCoU,rorashort tnn. 1 wUl
..tLr n. nl.r.' Fl.xk at cost, Tor cash.
ri uayid nrurnatY.
A b 1 II Jl A PERMANENT TRE of tKdi3
t32iDi complaint us
ad by C. B. ?miOCR A CO.. 107 NASSAU SF..N
V Price $1 per bc.x; sent free by pr.it.
J-OR SALE AT AM. riRrCCPTS.
Tt-.ttlainre of the Sute of Georg havio
passed the following Act, at its 88lon of 1858, pro
kikitm. the drawlne of lotteries within its Jurisdte
.ft th 1st daT of June. I860, we wiU on that
day , remove our entire business to Wilmington, Pel.
WOOD, EDI)X -U ,
owners and wanders of the DeUware, Miaswurt nd
Kentucky State Ioueriea.
To repeal all laws.and parts of laws, authorising Lot
teries in the i'tate of Georgia, and tor otuer pur
s.mm 1. Ike General Assembly of Georgia do enact
That from and aftr the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Six.y , all laws and parts of laws author-
i., . lotteries in the State of Georgia, or me venu
Iuk of Lottery Ticket in said State, be and the game
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1868. mayl5-tf
16 YEARS OLD.
17 K have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
V from North Carolina. Slid to be sixteen years
old. which we believe t oe sinrny pur, sou aa
: i.fi.i.vsTT SMITH.
A L. S O
-vv himil. a cask of James' Hennessy Braady, (Yin
1 uee of 1S58), which we think will suit the most
lartidiocn palate. llu.hu cjuiu,
A t. S O
A LOT of choice Whisxy, in store since 1867, and
r. which ueiy compeuiam.
LELLYETT Jt SillTH,
unc&-lni Nos. 10 and 13 Market btreet.
DR. KING'S 1J1SPEXSAIIY
FOJl PRIVATE DISEASES.
a. DR. KING, formerly of New York, tor
JFf!f the last four years of LouiartUe, ky..
1 i and who has devotea nis aiicouoo to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years. Hit
lers himself, hiving auendud to a practice for Roma
ny years, and cured so many thousands, he is ena
bled to cure all diseases f a private, nature, no mat
itr bow bad Ibey may be from injudicious medical
treatment, or from neglect of their own. lr. King's
Dispensary is No. 23 Deadenek street, between mer
ry and the r-qoare, second story, where ho cures all
iltrr- ot a private nature.
Go.xoumjUL cared without nauseous medicines or
nterierence with business.
Snucn-M or ola or recent date, effectually cured
in a few days, by aa operation whichcauses no pain.
Where a Stricture ;xits health caunut be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
lulnes the constitution so much.
ri-utu,with ail the tlLseaee of the skin, growing
ut of nesW-cl or bad treatment, can be cfiVxctaally
:arad in aiew day.
tMit Whlxxbs!. Particular a I tent ion having
rxten KivL-n to ibis disease, and all the consequences
growing out of it, brought oa in many caes by the
destructive habits of inconsiderate youths, and ex
ressive ininlt(ence of the paamucx, a neglect of wlia;a
will undermine the canFtitulton , ren oaring the sub
ject unlit Tor buamess or soriaty ,and casiug prema
ture) old age.
Females who may be Uboring with any difficulty
4 the Womb may rest anured ot immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by wrulug and stating
their caje, ttha fee enclosed, directed to Dr. A.
Kipg,No. 22 Dea.terlck sir. -ft, Nashville, Tenn.,will
i.ave the nece.-sary medirmes dent tc their addrew,
with necetJiry directions. Strict secrecy obarved.
office nonrs from 'Jo'cUvk In th. morning until 9 in
the evening. julylo nuiUaly
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
UJ E have on band several hundred d7en Qnarts
.and Half Ualmn of theKe tainovs Krait Jars.
The simplest, cheapen aud best ar n'le yet invi nied
ft r the preservation or Krult and Yrgctibles.
Tempest's Jars preserve SraawaKaiunil
Tempest's Jara preserve RAsraaiuuKS 1 . -Tempest's
Jars preserve BtACKasaaiu I "
Tempest's Jars preserve Pia Pl I
Tempest's Jara preserve Pxachx !
Tempest'a Jara preserve Ptrms 1
Tern pest 'a Jara preserve Qvok-ssI
Tempest's Jars preserve Caxasika
Tempest's Jara preserve roKATOsal
-We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, toni and
t Tm Jara of all sizes. -
ALSsO. indlow'S uiasaana iw Mn,u mizm
whKh we areoderiug atcuat prke.as we reel assured
Tempest' Stone Jara -
must aa per cede all others. " " -
jaueB-Lf MACKENZIE MI SCHiN.
Jast ErceiTfJ by M. A. Fairish t Co.
ArtA BAGS Crushed Corn;
s&UU 100 bags Family Meal:
JM bags White Meal Cora.
N A S H V -J. L L E ;
MONDAY MORNING,' JULY 23, lSCQ.?
ROCK CITY MILLS.'
"E ii" F'vir 'Ji& -! t1' t t
Old fiickf.ry do. 4 S5; Z 16
ie-ie . ' 3 60;" " t So
ilixei Bran.perlOuibe ntied&nr .
Cotm Mai, per battel ed.
ieiieredUi ill parts of the ny. apil-ly .
JiaYESEm fiFTHE EAILROABS.
iiepartare of PMMDger Tralnt, ,
fsantxc:CaATTaaooaa f A.M., 3 P. M.
Isxxsssszk Alabama. AiVS . M. , 3iOO P U.
loriTU.stN.tHTai 5iOOV.lt., 5i50 P-M
- " GaliUnEiprts4j30 V..
tiiMEWivj t KaorrccxT 6:30 AM., 2i45 P-t
ArrtTal afPstungrr Xralna.
KaasviixstCaartaaioea S P. M.,8 A.M.
TnyasBSs ft Auababa 10tOO A.M., 6iOO P -iocisTuuit
Nasavtux 305A.M,2il6 P.M.
" GaUatiu LiprH'0llO A.M
fcsetniLD KiirrrcxT lO A.M., 7 .
. FOB FIATOR.
We are authorized to an Bounce 3. X. H0L-
LIN'GSWOKTH as a candidate for r -election to the
office of Mayor at the next Mnnicipal election.
0f We are authorized to announced R. B.CHEAT
HAM aa a candidate for the office of Mayor at the
next Municipal election. Jalyl2-te
We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith as candidate for Mayor at the ensuing mnui
roil COCNCIL.JW A?l.
We are aulbbrivd to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election aa Councilman for the 6th Ward,
at the ensuing Municipal election. jnne"-te
- JXfpWe are authorized to announce ANTHONY 3.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 6th
Ward, at the ensuing Muncipia! election.
june7-te ' : '
00- We are authorized to announce Kob. I
Crenshaw as a candidate for Aklerman of the 4lb
Thb Docolas Meetinq Satcbdat Night.
According to announcement the Douglas
Democracy who dwell in this corner of Mr.
Bcchaxas'b political vineyard, had a meeting
and a speechification at the Market House
Saturday night. A few days ago, ColJpV m. II.
Carroll, of Memphis, who was recently sent
to grass in a little set-to in the P. R. with
old J. B., came up to this city to look aronod.
and the Douglas boy wanted to hear him
talk about the Baltimere Convention, the
Administration, and the Memphis Tost office.
And thia is -how come" the Docolas Democ
racy to have a meeting at the Market House
HaYine eaten a light supper, smoked two
pipes of tobacco and drunk three glasses Cf
ice-water, we walked down to the Market
House to see what was going on and bear
what was coming out. We got there too late
to secure a front seat. The biggest sort of a
crowd one of the largest we ever saw in
the Market House was crammed into the up
per end of that building, and CoL Carroll,
in a pair of gold spectacles and a linen
coat, was making a speech. We learned in
cidentally that he had jast been giving some
body fits tor reading him out of the Demo
cratic party. It was probably the Linos, and
American. Indeed, wc tear a a man say
teas the Union and American. When we got
into the.out-rkirts of the crowd, be was giving
a history of the way things were made to work
at Charleston and Baltimore. He afterward
touched on Squatter, Topnlar, and the other
styles of Sovereignty that are dealt in by the
Col. Carroij. speaks very slowly, but he
speaks like a man of education, who has
been around and knows what he ia talking
about. He made what would be called a
very sensible speech in any community,
and his political friends, ol whom there
were a good many present, were greatly
pleawt with it, and applauded it to the
When Cil. Cajuioll uit speaking and
got off the meat-block, there was a general
call lor " Jones." Not John, but Georos
W of Lincoln. Lincoln is where they
make such popular whisky. Mr. Jones was
a member of Congress for a long time, and
one of the best, too, that the Democracy of
Tennessee were ever kind enough to give us.
He looked after the public expenditures so
closely that they (not the expenditures) call
ed him the "Watch-dog of the Treasury"
a title, in these corrupt times, he ought to be
riroad of. When the crowd had jrot tired of
calling for "Jones," and were about to call
for Bomebody else, Mr. J. R. McCann, of this
county, got up and in the name of Mr. Jones
complained of being too unwell to jnake a
speech. He was authorized to say that Mr.
Jones was for Docolas, and intended to be
for him if nobody else was. Mr. McCann
represented Mr. Jones so gracefully that
the crowd thought he could make a speech,
and "hollered at him' until he turned in and
made one. It was not a long one, but it was
very good for the Douglas Democracy, what
there was of it.
At the conclusion of his speech, Mr. Mc-
Catc announced that there would be a meet
ing of the friends of Douglas in one of the
rooms of the Colonnade building, for the pur
pose of. organizing a Docolas association.
The meeting was held, and the association
was formed and thus officered :
President. Dr. W. R. Horley.
Vice President. R- H. Williamson, John
Coltart, and E. L. Winham.
Secretaries. H. S. Foote, jr. and H.
Treasurer. Geo. S. Kinney.
: EiEcrnTB Committee. V. K. Stevenson,
James Bankhead and P. Walsh.
Edzeneld Bell and Everett Club.
paKlie tT Ex-Cot. Xell . Brown
and s. S. Stanton.
The friends of Belt. . and . Everett had a
meeting in Edgefield on last evening, for the
purpose of organizing a Club to transact
business connected with the Canvass, and
join with the City Clubs in keeping up the
fight against sectionalism. Ex-Go v. Neil S.
Brown was called to the chair, and the Club
was organized by the election of the follow
ing officers: ' . -
President Calvin W. Jackson.
Vice Presidents Silas Norris, John Cow
an, Dr. S. M. Jamison, II. L. Davidson, and
Secretaries Q. C. Degrovc, and W. B. A.
Treasurer W.A. Bensoa.
Atter the meeting, and. on the arrival of
the first and third Ward Clubs of Nashville,
Ex-Gov. Brown was called for, and respond
ed in a glowing speech in defence of the prin
ciples of the party, and exposition o f the
claims of the Union men on the men of the
Union. Ex-Gov. Brown is to; well known
in this Vicinity as a pleasing and forcible
orator to need any comment Irom hb. He
was followed by the Hon. & S. Stanton, the
Bell Elector in the Fourth District, in one of
those powerful and pointed speeohen for
which this young and gifted' orator has de
servedly won so high a reputation in this
State. Banner t yesterday.
Miniature Photographs or Mr. Beix. Mr.
Haoan, College Street, has received within
the last few days, a supply of miniature pho
tographs of Mr. Beix, - made expressly for
envelopes and letter-paper. They are well
executed, and are prepared with gam on the
back, after the manner of postage stamp, so
that they can be attached to the envelope
without trouble. Call and get a supply.-
Orders from a distadce will be promptly
filled bj Mr. Haoan. Price, $2.50 per huo-,
fHE NaSSTUXsT: ToiATRS. MeSWR. Al.LO-
waT and Foster, " proprietors cf the NasL
ville Theatre, have leased tie baildlog to car
popular ; young iriend Harry Everett, and
Prof. Mueller, so well aud'lavoraU known
as the director - of the orchestra at the
Theatre here for a nnmbcrjof years pacd,
This announcement . ciast prove highly
satisfactory to all.arto feel aa intere&t ia te
success of the drama in Nasbvlll-. Ia the
words of a contemporary, the administrative
ability, the tact, and energy and enterprise
it the now leascee, with the' enlarged experi
ence of both iu the stage-uiaasg"iaeut of
theatres, and their familiarity with the a' age,
give fair promise that the next five seasons
ot the Theatre wiil bo more successful every
way than any previous season eiuce the
establishment was epened. A full aud effi
cient orchestra, always, tie principal kuU;e
in a well-regulated theatre, will be engaged.
One of the managers will visit the Eatru
cities shortly, for the purpose of selecting
the company, and we are assured that the
best dramatic talent that can be secured will
be furnished to the Theatre.
Etkkett himself ia one of the best general
actors in the country--good in everything,
but especially ao, as a genteel comedian
Professor Mueller is President of the Phil
harmonic Society of this city, is a musician
and composer, and an excellent stage mana
ger. .. . . .
Death of Mrs. Samuel D. Morgan. It is
with much regret that we nre called upon
this morning to announce the sudden death
of Mrs. Matilda G. R. Morgan, wite of Sam
uel D. Morgan, Esq., of this city. She died
about 5 o'clock Saturday. afternoon, from the
effects of a paralytic stroke. Mrs. Moruan
has long been distinguished for her many ex
cellences cf character, and her death is a sad
loss to the community in which she lived, and
to the many who for years have shared ber
benevolence. Her funeral took place at 4
o'clock, P.M. yesterday, from the Frst Pres
Remember that there will bs a meet
ing of tUe Union men of the Fitb Ward at
Odd Fellows Hall to-night, for the purpose
of forming a Bell and Everett Club. .
Bell Highlanders Attention! You are
re i ested to meet to-night at Mr. Crenshaw's
Si y to drilL
Fouxd Dead. A man named Patrick Ma
lonet, who has been working for some time
pat on the new hotel, was found dead In his
bed yesterday morning, at a boarding-house,
on the corner Church and Market streets,
kept : by W. Cairns and known as the
"Mechanic's House.' An inquest was held
by Coroner Alexander. The verdict of the
jury was, that the deceased came to his death
from excess of heat, togxtber with a loo free
use of stimualants, which produced conges
tion of the brain.
Leon. Tbocsdale, Esq. This gentleman
has severed his connection with the Memphis
Appeal as one of its editors and proprietors,
leaving the paper in the hands of Qui. John
R. McClannahan and Msj. Benj. F. Dux.
The Appeal has long ranked amcng the ablest
and most high-toned political newspapers
in the country, and Mr. Trousdale did much
to give it that reputation. The Appeal is an
earnest advocate ot Mr. Douglas, while Mr.
Trousdale is for Breckinridge. The Mem
phis papers aanouuee that he has purchased
an interest in the Nashville Union and American
and will soon become one of its editor. We
shall mostbfjirtily wrlcorue hiai to Nashville
and to the editorial fraternity of the city.
Steam Fire Engines. Mr. John D. Tay
lor, of the Fire Department of Cinrliston.
S. C, was recently Bent to Baltimore by the
Ace Company of Charleston, for the purpose
of making a thorough examination of the
Steam Fire Engines in use there, and to re
port upon their various advantages, in order
that the Company might determine which af
fords the most certainty of being successful
ly used. Mr. Taylor was highly delighted
with the steam fire-engine system of the City
of Monuments, and his report will doubtless
cause the steam engines to be adopted In
Our city authorities recently passed a law
authorizing the purchase of two steam en
gines, and it is likely the purchase will soon
West Tennessee Whio. Mr. J. M. Par
ker, after a twelve years' connection with
the Wast Tennessee Whig at Jackson, has
sold his interest in the paper and retired
from the editorial chair. We are sorry that
he has abandoned the craft, but the new bu
siness in which be proposes to engage will no
doubt prove quite aa pleasant, and, we trust,
equally as protitalilc
Mr. Parker is succeeded by our old friend
Don. Cameron, late ot the Nashville Daily
News, who has been an editor for twenty-
odd years, and has plenty of ability and ex
perience to make the Whig all that a first
class Bell and Everett paper ooght to be.
We are glad that Don has got back among the
newspapers airaia, for he was cut out and
made up expresbly for the business, aud we
hope he will nuke a fortune out of the Whig
MVe are again under the obligations to
Adams Express for late papers.
Freight from New York in Eight Days
It will be seen fiom the advertisement of
the Superintendent that the express freight-
train on the Nashville and Chattanooga Rail
road has commenced running In , close con
nection with the express trains on the great
Southern lines ria Charleston and Savaunab,
and will continue during the business season,
bringing freight through from New York ia
J- At the last meeting of the Third
Ward Bell aud Everett Club, the following
resolution was unanimously adopted :
- Eaolvtd. That the thanks of the Third
Ward Bell and Everett Club be exteoded
through their Secretary to Cant. W. L. Horn
and bis Silver Band for the efficient manner
in which they performed for this Club on
Thursday eveniog littt.
- For the Dally Patriot.
. Free School" of tVaaUwillo. - -
. , . NO. 19.
The committee seem anxious to convince
the public that J am "ignorant." that my
statements are incorrect, and that the Schools
are of unrivaled perfection, but perhaps an
iaquisitire public may claim the privilege of
looking beyond the mere "opinion" of ihe
committee, and they may a?k fof specific
facts, and the privilege of judging for the u-
selves, especially wnen mey nee mm uc
'opinion" is based on the testimony of the
accused, aud that the committee withhold
from the public other testimony which con
victs him of a deliberate attempt to circumj
Tent the Board, to prevent detection.
Th committee nave shown that they al
lowed themselves less tbaa on minute of
time to each naDiL in which to examine Lira
in, irom. one to ten different branches, but
they do not show bow tney learaea urn wc
aeooanu are kept with such -system and rij
gularity."' - Daring the last twenty years, 1
have had some little experience ia teaching
Book-keeping, and have bad some acquaint
ance with merchants and authors on the sub
ject; but I was "ignorant'' of the fact that a
uay Book akould be dispensed with. UU 1
learned it from the books or the Board, and
I was unwilling; to believe jt till the commit-
tee informed the public that they wcro "kept
wJU) iitem fta regularity."
.The Board seem not to have, nwe'u fancy J
for new Hud us or modes of tVacLiujr, lit i
tliey are quite -ngiua1 in lheif e;eat of
kecking books and orgn?Ziug public i-cbo!?-:
Heretofore it bus Ijdn aloiuu-ly. essect'al
to have a Day Book as a Uxk ;l crinnl fa
iry in which ta sbow the history of 'every
trans.-ctiou, aud lawyers in ciurt hvc l ktxi
t'j U t: s the basis aud origitiuf accounts. :
Y&.figy mer-jhants of Ndsbrille. wbdo
je uot tflrov aside jour ur Jess Daj, iionks,
and follow the plan of tin Bo;:rd."au-l m;ike
ycor first entry in Journal lorci witl:oit any
reference ioeroy source Irom wh'cb.lhv entiy
omc: iaothf word Journalise frwio'a bun
die of vouchers that ;iie not nufuix'ted, tii;d
xsany of tiieia not rvstiptci, and no mirk ch
tlit in to how I but ih y Lute teou appro icd
by the board? It .3 otea convi-nient to keep
u Day Lo k iu Jjuraul fjrui. utid thereby
diipene w'iili a Journal, but dit-pensicg wilb
the Day Book is certaiuly uoveL Is it pos
sible tii c niu.itie can Lie iu earnest lu tell
ing us thtse accounts are k"pt wish ' system
and reguiaritv?' The people who have read
tb ioiiie nsiLrf.er iu which the committee
speak cf the correctness of these account-',
will be surprised to 1 -am that they examined
the ace oauts moie rapidly than they did pu
pils, whicu it will be remenib red waa oae
per minute. Patkits. of vouciii r tor tie
last five years' business were Lrouut lo tue
committee, neither paekapr'i of which was un
tied, and but three bills drawn out ol one ot
the pitcteges, two of which were uot receipt
ed. Thi con tit 11 ted lh-j . examination of
the vouchers as made iu my presence. Th
vouchers being the only basis of tho who!a
business, I urged upon ihe committee the ne
cessity of examining them in detail, uiid I
asked to have it done in my presence. Tho
Board otjected that it would take too long,
and said that they could go to the Record
er's office at any time and examine them. I
again ctked the privilege of beiug present.
I am told they did not go there to ex tmiuc
them. It appeared to me that the committee
sought information from the Board aud Mr.
Pearl, rather than from the written record.
It appears to me that this was rather a
hasty way of examining and repcraug oa an
expenditure of above $200,1(00 of the peoples,'
money. - From whatever point, I view these
or any thlug connected with these schools,
something remarkable presents itself. It i
remarkable that this commitiee, appointed
to investigate the management of the schools;
should examine, not the written records of
the schools, but my articles as if they consti
tuted a bill of indictment and that their sole
object was to quash it, in order to control
the public mind. It is equally remarkable,
that when I have specially pointed out p r
ticular accounts, giving names, it"ms, &c.,
to prove what I said, that they evade all no
tice of items thus specially pointed out ; uay,
more, I put my finger ou the item in the min
utes of the Borod, "July 25th, I860. Tho- bill
of Crosby, Nichols fc Co.,' of Boston tor
$92.08, ordered to be paid. Received pay
ment J. F. Pearl," and with my finger still
on it, I invited the special alteution of the
committee to it, and explained (as I have
done in my articles Nos. 5 and C, which see,)
that thia did not show that C, N. & Co., Lad
received their pay. The order in no way
connects the aceount with J. F. 1., and be
does not receipt it for them, but for himself.
Hence it presents legal evidence that it has
been paid to the wrong man. It is of no
avail for the Board to say it was right to pay
it to J. F. P., because in law verbal evidence
cannot set aside written evidence. To justi
fy this Mr. P presented a receipted bill of C,
N. & Co., agaiust himself. This did not iu
the least improve the matter, as it showed no
connexion between it and a certain account
the Board say they owe t C. N. & Co. It is
ouly further "tvidt nee of the irregularity aud
coiit'ur-e on with which Ihe accounts are kept.
If the Board owid J. F. P., why did they
not say m ? If they did 1101 ove hiui why did
they p -y him? If they d.d not owe C. N. &.
Co., why did they say they d d? an I I'JTjby
rcq lire t!ie Recorder to lsuii aclietu Li- i;
when there was no on.. here t lece'i't Lit
them. I defy the coiiiuvtuv o .i .,ie il mU
to show from t'ae records linu w. N. & Co.,
have received their p iy. Tu n port saje
'the ccmuiittee havo ix tmind the subj ct,"
tbeaccu its. "Every account" "go. s, iLrougii
the following proper-:"' !' is iiol presented
lo the Board.'' "If it i- uot kno.vii lo be
correct by tb;; member i' i leicrivd to a
couiin'ttee." Have tbo&j vu'gar outsiders, thd
people, uuy right to -'ku jw? lrcin the coi reet--ueso
oi nccouuts that i: is corect or are lh?y 10
oe told,wv;re the Board aud you have no right
lo lo k into it, Wl.at busiuess have v oil to
meddle wi;h it. "If found to be correct it U
allowed ami entered on the uiiuuu-s of ihe
Board." Thia wou'.d convert thu minutes of
the Board iulo a Lay Boek. Now, 1 dely the
c immiilee lopoiat to one single account that
is entered on the minutes ol tne Board. The
auth r'.zjtio.i for paying certaia accounts,
; entered thcr.-. out not tho accou11
theiud.lvi-s. It is no plnce for euter'u5
accounts. " When the check is hau'-1
to tiie r!rv enli'leil to it. hU r-ei'iiit 13
taken for it
upon a receipt 000k
the purpose. " I d-.lv the committee to
point out oa Siid receipt Lo.'k, receipia lir
one-half the sums paid (xccpt for tuition)
ia the last two years. Good people "be not
deceived." Take adiuer my eiAieuuiii uoi
thai of the committee, but go aud examine
lor yourselves, aud see who is right. Ask
the R'.corder for the check book, look at all
the checks for the last year, cxccpct for tu
ition, aud theu look for a corresponding re
ceipt in the receipt book, and you will soon
find who is right. Hunt for the receipt of
C. N. & Co., paid Jany. 25th 18G0. It, 1:L
many others is not therel Reader, where do
you think you will find ii? It is 011 the minutes
of the Board, aud Eigued"J. F. Pearl." This
plan of receipting resolutions is a novel fea
ture in Book-keeping. Turn to the first page
of the Journal aud read. "Sundries Dr. to"
&c., and then from the entry, seek to find
where these "Sundries" arc detailed.
"The check is handed to the party entitled
to it." TIe records contradict thi.-. " 1
Nearly al! tho checks given for tho wages
of teachers are banded not to the parties en
titled to them, but to J. F. P., and bis re
ceipt taken, and not the receipt of the piny
entitled to it as the committee say, aud if J.
F. P., should choose to take it to Canada, the
city might have the privilege of paying it,
again. The city ha3 only the receipt of Mr.
P., for most of the S 40,000 paid to teachers
for the last two years. The death of a teach
er may cause his friends to a?k the city to
pay his salary, and a the city has no receipt
from him, and no authorization for paying it
to others, they of course would think the
city bound lo pay it to his representative.
This state of Ihiug-. may make a fine crop of
law suits. I am glad to learn that since I
began this discussion, the Recorder has intro
duced the very solutary plaa of making the
checks payable to order. Instead of the con
fusion that now exists, how easy it would
have been for the Board to keep a Pay Book,
to keep all bills filed, receipted and number
ed, and the amount receipted in a receipt
book, and to give a check payable lo the or
der of the Recorder. 'l inauuial transac
tions of the Superintendent."
"Pays a dime for this, twenty-fivo cents
for that," but the committee do act allude to
the items I mentioned in article No. C.
Patent ink-stands $70," How many ? two
or 10OO? From whom and w here does he
live? Were they needed when ail the schools
had ink-stands? Furnished teachers $61."
For shoes or tobacco? "Stationary at auc
tion J4il5." How much? two goose quils,
and ot whom " Extra official duties.' at
tended to without extra charge." What are
tbey?. It he dot s uot rpenu the time in ex
amining cloc3 he ought to do something for
the $2 500 be gets. . What d.c he do for i
I n gn t thai the committee did not shew
how the Karacd Sup ritiU ndeut makes oat
acciuuts current-with syVt ra." as it might
be mfttuctivc to cieika and foy book kjtp
trs in the city. . " -. ,
- 1857 Board of Education to Fun lrles Dr.
To T lb-graphing for t -achers, $I3.oi. E
pres bill on Crayon $18,59.", V honi d the
board ow in this accoun'? D A J F. 1'oari,
tor bis name it not tne-utioneu, ia it. It .is
nor. -to J. F. Pearl, D-.-jr i-undiie. " A'id
chut be is the cleik cf e:ieMr. cr Col. 'Sun
dries is shown by the fact that: he Hg:!s at
the bottom "J. F. Pearl for sucdrier"." This
of conire must be correct for a grave Board
wi.o inspect teachers aud schools have ex
am utd" it and re ra'.ieficd with its conect-n.a-,"
aDl t,e commit lee find it done with
system utid rcgdl.uiiy.'' Tae Board no lon
ger owe Col. Sundries because t-iey have paid
it to bis clerk J. F. Pearl, but do they not
still owe J. F. Pea 1 a similar amonut os the
reo-iot of Col. Sundries cannot be- .good
against J- F. Pearl. . . ' ." : "
(Jut side 01 AVioCvme a 0111 mauo in tais
fovu wouM have stamped the writer, aa ig
noramus, unfit to leacu a primary school.
much less to be a Superintendent.
While I uuTer witu the committet ia al
most en ry clause of alaifit-every seatenc?
iu their long report, yet I rjisca to see they
have adopt my view, as expressed in my ar
ticle No. 13, when thev Fay, "they can see no
reason why a female should recti i e lew pay
for the same serviced and talents than a mule. '
Lot us hope that the time may yet came in
Nashville when service and not sex hall be
the staudard of valne and whoa ladies shall
cease to be regarded as Mahdans or Mabome
tans. J. W. DOLBEAR.
Godef's laadiea liook for July,
Just rseeived by J0HLV T02K CO.
. UiiMr FATKioT-frhM;;
K..iriKi.t- J t o f ti
r v . "'' ' r ? ; I-
- - - . ' j k..- it ,n . iijig ,111. wmu. j
t x'ra $7(2,7 0 V bbL
T. T -.11 - Til T ; . V:- t. . '
i 'J Jo j
for exuc, wkole-aitt
' GRiN-WfcifeC.ini 75 pcrift"Iiuixdl
Cjai Uj. , Oais 5o t.iUi per Jmsl.el. VLsat i -
SI .10 for priu.jr R xl. -TaUe.l fZ'r per
. JiACON Is ia reqaet an l 'ec.irc'yVe
quo'i -boulders at 9V-; clear 'a'1:: .12j,
hams liic.' Q !) SKaaw are Q tbe iuyio
rat-sfrooi ttgottj paekefs rjtive .ad
vance on llrem.' . - ' ' ' '
- ....... . ...... .' ;
LARD L) Li Jaai iiid and te!U rt-adily at
i2!b. . -; ;': :
MEAL Is filing ai .753SUe "ii, Lusbel.
FEATHER We quote at 4013 j!b, '
" GINSENG SoiK Jc. Y . : , ! '
GROCESIF25. We 'quote; ' Fair Yu-ar
E'., prime- to choice 951 Oc.; is
trarrcls JQ,!. f-dvuDcc ots" these figures. I
New YorkCoiu'e Sogsi-s iujfgilje.' lb.,
ciuLed and powJercd ll12c.:- Loitf
MOLASSES AND "SYRUP. Molasses ia
barrel 40(,150 gal.; hall biirre's 45
4Sc; Sugar House 434oo. . GoJd'ja Syrup
ia barrels 75o.: Lalf "biirtl
.bO.j aud kegs
(ten gals.) 600.
15c, Java 1820j. lb. Stock light:;" "' ;
. TEA. Imperial 60e$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c.; , Young 4 llj son AdQ.M ; Black CO
I 50. - 1
" SALT. We quote Coare Sack at 51 50 ;
and Finaat 7S1 C0$I 70 ; uiicf BarreJ 'ut
'40c. ft bushel. " J ; f "
COTTON YAES:- Tlie toilowmg are the
ageut' q'rotatioi'P. for Cotton Yras: 7t)0
and 800, 0 '' dcz.; GOO, 105.; "500 lie:;
aud 400, 12c. ;- u ' ,; 1 J'''". ...
. WHISKY. Recalled U h-id at ?0'22c.
gallon, aud country at 5073c ."jJ, gi!lon,
according to quality. ' ' :
CANDLES. Star lsVper: lb.';for llit
weight; 20c for full weights Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45ao0c per lb. ' ...". . y 1
Raisin? Layer $3a3 25 per box; V.. R.
$2 50a2 75. ' - - - ' ' .'
SOAP Turpentine S2 25u2 "5 per box.'
BRAN. SI 50 per cwt.'
nAY $26 per ion." ...
BEESWAX 2Ga27c per lb. '.V.. ' """
CHEESE Western Reserve lOiillc p r
Ladies Shots ;and Gil iters. .....
LADIES fine black Congress Cantors, with 'ot"!:-; .
i. , . L!Ce ' ..-. .
" " brnwa Conrrre3s ! " , . "
" " " b'.yk button " ' '
" Ki.i Slippers, wilb and witltnut lioels;
t.-geihcr wiiu otut-r styles of Ladies' Misses' and
A large and superior stxik of Geutlemoc'8 wer,
conssis'.ins of ..
t-alout Leather Cuitera and Strapt Suoesj"' ;
. C:ilf 0ngresa - and Oxford T:es:
m tug ' ' '; " " - - " ' " 'K ' "
The j'loce -o mIs are all frosh und of the best qu:i!
nv,aul w!i--u wi.e oiitcii g al reduced priciST
Call it S-i. 1 i'libliT q "ire. : . - I .
juue7-tr ""b;tu ' cNVDEST i FU12ZF.LL.
Inipit ut to
II 3 isc-!iepe;Se
'.iUlUull-M Hi t:..;-,'
but grouud from irs:; S.-i-ivs. t l-.aifJ a':d -elvojc!
by us txr .-;;,' iir th (i.r,.n-, wtt'uoat r ler !.
to to.-t. i'iie-y ar bj luti, '. iy ,1.10k fi i.) u:i lo.l,
(lined with teller.) tu pti-.-wa iujA-y by k.ouiu.j( -aud
are tail wtut, wh.l-; !ij or iiMary :S;ee. ;i
Hlutobt iiivariauiy suo.i. no rt'ariaiit luein ;j ;;oi.n
of sircuglti a:i.l iiou!iCri il' Ii iv-or,
liKtuXI) ALL Coai'AU!-OX,
as a siiij?lo trial u-,il abu;idauty prox-e. . 1
Manuiaotared oaiy r,
: . t...!t. ICSKKE fi -CO. "
fublS-dawtf li l-.-irlutrr-rti, .:w t'"rU
j o n ?i a , A .ir
i;s..i-i.tit i";-- '
Ladies' and Qer.(s' Fiae Trca
TTA i reeoix-cd a .'i:ioal supplies 1 Liulii
txir i ,
e Dr:'f 3 Trt liKS, ..f tiie lat. st ny its. Ucst 1
hii.-glish ssU Leatlrcr Steel S;riaa Tr-ibliS: IvtuHiS'
Bonitet Bexcf, Fi'igia aaJ eoai ictop; V-Jj..a, U.g.ir
etc.. &o., ter sa!o -t very Io a- i: ici:s.
juaei-tt t . . :-, JOil.N it.iy.VGK.
Fiiil Bcsarj SIi!r(s. s s :i
JUST receix-ed uu sus-ortiucrt of FL'I.L BOSOil
SHIUTS, with and xrill.eut cuila ra. , lUj.-ioma .f
Linen Cambric and Bitbop ic.ii. Afco.a nin.l! iul
of Shirts, with fine Eaibroniere 1 -Coioms, by t, '.m-apri-tf
J . . jf lixjJJLU
MINERAL - WATEH.
HAVINV be-rf aji-poiutcd so: J'Ota far tlibsale
galeo'tiio i.be- ceivbraici iiiije ml Water hi
this city, will always bo prepared to supply, ibvso.
uoedinij it, witit it fresli from 4!ie we'll . ; '
Below will ba found tlio - opinions of s )rafl cfiho
PUysiciaus of Louisx-ilV , ,-a to its rtreri'.s. "
. JO. O. JlhOtt'N fXi$9. ' '
- 43, College Street, Sasn'vtJe -
0?IXIOXS OF J'HYiilCl AX3,, . '. "
Wc tho undersisned, hkjeo bud o -rasir.u to jto
scr:bj and watoii the u-se ol the Ari'cMau W.-ittr, in a
Vi-ricty of disea-SiiS, and wo l:av8 uu hcaiuititi il
clariiiKit to lnt our opinion that H ieau : oeiHnsly
valuablo remedy ia iinny curtinic iwsss; 1h f?
in which tsiil?" ta3beeu uileual Wvi Ji kl.t mksi
niari.J biuiot thn.-i far uro, X.!ir.::it j-.K-i'i.1!!! .'
cutincousallVciiiiiiS, uil aonie-b( te a on ri'tilu e if Ri
ders or the diifestire system. - - -
Tub known chemical eloinccU foufud Sn'-tho water
of such a nature, uud they exist iu-snchstulRs of
combmatiuu, that we havo , i.o doubt il - wiil be
fouiidm a more extended experiu.ise , in us euectsio
havo as wioo a rau'e ot'-appie'iibility iu li cLre f
diseases as anv mineral xxaWf kuowo. ; , , . ..
il. COL1 SMITH, M. U., i'rof. ul- dvirgery iu Ky.
SctKii f iitfuiciue.
U E.k.WING, M.D. , :,! r t ' -v.
W. A. HlfXliLF-Y, il .D.,Supl.;.Jnvii.eilariiiu
T. J.CKIFFI.N. M. I).' ' .' .' - .. -
JO.--. W. I'li'XAM , il. P., Say't. Louirfv-iljj Alti,
: ' ltOlit. - i - . - J I.J.l.O 'l
f. W. KN'ItiaX, M.D. i-
apr27-2in . bo - ' .
tj. : IIoHse-Kcepcr, A(te:iiio:. --
rrTIS attention of t be readers or -th Patriot, tli.
X indies more especially, is riuuesied Iv LrNiii.
.rir.wtv:'FL- m .int.... .. .. .
aar.r..ir. Q- j-ii .mci , iu me excellent i.eiriger
ators aud cheap Fruit Jars with which tLey are iiow
supplying our cilizeDS. TemoeFts Fruit Jars arc ad.
mirably adapted for putting up all kinds of Fruits
aud Berries. 'Ihey are durable," simple and cheap,
ana uie. uemauu lor luoui la 8 great Uiat already
nearly three hundred dozen liavo been sold.
BY virtue of an i r ler of sle, to ino directed, and
drliveiud frmu tho U.-tiorablo Criminal tiurt
.; Dix-idsou coanty. Teoh , at its April Vena, 186.!, I
w.ll ex. Hue- M pu m.o Kii , t tbe h,glOfit biodcr,
i or cash, ut tlu t o i. t ti 'use Yard, ia the City ol
Xaslivdlo, on A! LH ..Y, tiie itii day of AoguEl,
lt-OO.ail tlie rifc'lit, title, elaiin. Interest aad estate,
Wwich F. 11. Fihui't l.ieii -nd, r max bave-sinrr?
ucciuired iuau4io tii loliowiin dijriiirdaiEiiu.u-jt' ',
to-it: a .r itoiJ au s i-.gu; ta iJodtj.iUaivi i.'.j
..uii.ua utx-i, i i:ic lout's iioi;:i
Xa-hviliC, loviid oa av iLe- l itid of F. )1. K.I f-i1y,
b Oiled tttlj:l.W;-i on tiie e it by t!e Ijnd- of J.
I. t n-,ontha North by Lie . t! I't of t.sn a'.:oa'
e., oa t-o West by tbTj I mu . r ti.c-G .rrc t', au'c
"n the Souib bj t-ja ria.la of f . V.jerly, deed.', I.'v
ieJ on a- tho-tr iy i.'. iaii .riy as b.cu. i;y
ui " aoAs,fcsi'6i a i luHiUont reti iti-e t i.i la
- --'.- - " j s . . . . .1 .t. i i-. i-i 1. 1 -of
(be SiA-e ol T'auu.cu aji s; U10 iaU Jonus.
K li Elbii, , ' -.'. ' i? ,t - (
b-iJ-st- ' -'- r. icrVDiirxiSjN'liier.V.r"
vor oi i lie c- e ot r-'jn
.. ..... .'i' Vit
WE bare on hind, a bfnvy Viock of Hrd-Ure,'
thi greatest pil eo of wbiciias purchased
this siruikt wbk.lt m a.
Desirous of Beducing.
Aud will,fjrciih,sc"ijaVcast,. Kervbautr, Mectau
fes, Bailaers,Fara.ers una utii r?, w ill pk-asueulLaad
exoxn no at A I.i. 4: e-o. ji, -
Jum.-5-tf .. - .-Kirkmta & Eliis,OH,t-ian4
". KEEK ' IHSUEED :H
Wo ItS College) at., KaahvtHe. S"enrti
vDErOSiTvAVITU , .CQrTKOLLlOi,
;. 3 6 0; 0 0 0V
$5,0 0 0,0 0 0,
. 1 - r.
- 1 i :i i - , ' - ' ' - - 4 -
S(r2imbefliaz,G.i!iaai aad -
Lmr - RTA-tjl'i'ir-ir!-! t.
', I r T . v k. a! i2 iTTJ JXa
iTne CrTatcsr Remaly-ia th "World, and the J
.1 j.i:. Lif.i- . ' 1 ,
- - . ... . . - - . I '
. It Is stra-Uy a sci-., ,t. ;
7 entirui and . a.et-jt f
iTofurd.. i, y ' t., i
v . :.. to a .MiitoMiM.,,- US
'" TS'tiX ' .; The. tct re act B ;I rkjf
'' V.-".A " rcaie'.iai (.'r.xj-M.ie . fci.. i
- iraeted by wy.Btw fc,?H e.
t-M"v3 ntaod .f .'i-jt,ii:if.- jpA j
2 Tin si tilt- iT'vriic a" deti in., i.i
Sli a.ai i ilo rt. st InCi!H!il remedy for-rertmg
tne uir't-'uSed tyrKin. aiid rmtirint tiie icic: s -fTiirit-j
uai ucbiiiuwefi icviiiii 10 llc-aKb aed Strength, - -
, ,. .vru. iFFEcruAjjjr cpbb --i- : - .
I.iver Complaint,' DjBpeps'a J con
Cl'roiiie orNorv.yis Ncb.laj, UtaaHesef tie Kidneyp,
and i.U b.aL-ass a i. i. jr Ir-Ku a .iUr.r tiercJ Livrer
.l"iiiaoh,iirstK-i si, lityir.h sro, tiard I 'ilea, Acit
uy or gu ti;es c f lheii..iiiacb, uU-.-ess r-I Blond U'
tU-. Uuad.puii I'ai i or pwimam g in-, the Ii 'ad, i'jr;w
t tl -u ol t'.u lf.;irt, i'tt.iii.ji. Kt WUt iu tti?
St'.imacU, Swiir Eru t.Ci'-i s. Cuokii g or SiiffK.-a.ii.jT
lWen? fien lyinjr d.nva .' 1-rniPi-n rji ltll vviessof
th sk-.n and r-yes, i it -Sw-s.1?,- luvrurd Fevers,
fa;u in the t'reafi 4 the ba-lc. Cl.eet ot W;t
ti.i?he -cf Ilot,. Lieuresj m W'tspinta Frighlrol
Hreunia, LauKuor, l-efipoudeucy, or any Nervous
liPt'se.-?i)res "r Blot?lies. ou the Skin, and Fever
and Ague or CtiiJls and Fever.) ...... ...
O yjer a! Milipi) ;oC Bottlra,
Have 'been sold !iiViif(C thelaBt six uwmiUs.and hi no
iUUuice. ho3 it failed .ia giving entire auUtlitioa.
V ho-, riien; wHl -ftrtlVr from WVakness r liebility
heu,JieLEA.''d tlitKNGHlKXIU CVRWAL will
- Xo"l&neua.;eciil' coavey au adequate Idea of .the
imuiediate'HUd a moul iiiirnvalous cbaoge prndileed
by lakk:i? this Cordial ro lite diseased, dt biliiated and
xhartered nervous eystem. whether broken down by
excess, weak by Dature. or impaired by sk'Knees the
relaxed aud unstrung organization Js. restored to its
irk?tine hoaltUaud vij;r.
..; .! AKIIIKU PF.RSO.$, -or
i.t'.icrs conscious of inability; Irom whatever cause;
wiil llud lit Loan's ai.roiitrtLiOi'iii Cordial a t HTvuh
ru i-ati-r of the u iu,aud all wtx niay have in
luru.l theiuiielves hy itr.proptr iudiilgouce, will lind
Ol tUo C.rUial a oerlaiu audso. cdy reuntly.
.. . TO THE LADIES, ' " ; ;
V7JcI-eaii'ai MrentlKMitiii Cordial
" ' Is a'a(ivvu'i0 aiul spicdy are tvt ..
Iuvii5Ciit i'onfcHruptlon, tVfiltes,
Obitre'""! or D t' jll i!.,(r.;ira.i'io r, laootiirtie ol
Crlae r fivon..tir 1 1- c::.r - thereof," Kal'iiuj 4
he Wo.-T) . o'-u'Iiuc -s, Fii.u of :oiJ all 1 ist-ates ,nci
deatto l o- t'.'.-a
TKee.i!sVxto7Ttalc Aboct Iti
6'' ii .-r no ! 'i.:'';r. Tako it ateo,d...ii to u.rrc'i 'n.
It, tinuib-vo, strt.ij'.n.-ii, aud .iavigv.r.it! y.a aju
. aiiso l-e bioi ia tuttiiu 'u u.ouut your cl.i'K aa'u.
l.vcry bo'tt-e i .rtA.laai -t' to4.vstida.tiUiii.
-j- r. "r'tt Jltis.SKIi.V.f TJT
i t,) A- ki:! Ii ar i . klr pty " Sniice4, !
l.v;iu s for i ll i.l uiaku l.icu hfiilebv , lat lid ro
t. u i. Ix-lay uot a luuiiici.t, try it ai.d you n iil be
Ct'r.t!'.'" it Is Oetlclona to Take. -
CAUyoT-iV ttaio.-. tvnw or l."0itiv's wl.o
rat., irj- Li'l'.tl.ii ti ii y.u ' fcome 'iti.tcri or Str ip.t
iii tr s wi:ih t.e.vlui.n tuiy-cie.ip, by 6.iy:ns it io
u- i. .4viii fvich h ii. Asi for MrL?.u s
i n'T.4 . in. !- Coi I am;-tiife'Ooini u os;. Ills
i u oui .. ii.oay tl ;.i .xv.il purify iliu HI od t'-or-!
.;ajli''J ( -n itic i.itte teau s,ire;i(i.iimi iliesysituu
I ' V-..e i j . i'-i .:fii'. iako.i ex-ory u. li nn g l-.u-ti iif, is
I a e-Jiiiii i vr. ....v-(?'loi .Cholera, t'hU'uiid l over,
! x'el.cw i";e",1 ,.L pA-valirit li.s use' " U u put ut
1.1 l-liflO O'.
1 r CO JH) r ' Jl'.'r
OLttie,or6 booles tor 55
... . J. 11. SC1.JS
yti U -r'i f ih;s C .'f ilili 'Aso", JloLsm
c-.-x.e' it: ij. ji .- ,-
I'.jaoi mf .'V-p t oa tae coruer of T:;:ri aild Tino
,:( -isr-t. C i .'! ). f
.- ! . : y W. lii-.liilV '.!0ViLLi, Xasaville,
jiiJ a.. ,-;.vi-:L -iij irujgifts evs ; .-. I fro.
.'. f,H ' , ;uyio iUs. &wty .
it J . v v A. to A . . , . . V
ov;r tin-it aciCittnt
;A!l puns under CIO?) c;l-':
: ' "v " if 'x ift'in'lis' c
5 7 r -?r;? ' ot I -v - tho-1 1 .- - - e ,
V Y. 1X5 X -Xi', Jul )7 H, e
Ol 1 Ii
i o '-
V iii ty
, r..,..-ts .
: a ar
. ,' .e r .
o 1 exim'ii t-n
.L ii iV LL'eUa. .
iSiti J.lPUZtl) kiM&H A i'Vj-
ocal vluj; ii Ir.cvw a tigs
; MEKCHAvNT S
' '' fQver t'Siai f Boat, .
, IMDUOAIT, KKWTITCK V.
; jjO" Afli-ifo rf TuTilio P.itroriage respeetfully fo.
c.i-d. it e ji!y-i-..m
. ., , AND , , . . .
k V- ii V - ,t lu A W H
AM oiferin-j for siU .u reasoiiab!e t. rir.s, tb
il'Hviii i,rf4u r.yr- ftf liinwsoirea jiJ.Witae i.ois
ia tno 7t-i.tid Wards rf Xathxtll'?.
Nine H.iu-c-i, tad Jis(. varioiJ ihrnuuifw.K, fruin
larc ; t i saiall xniitorl;ib.i reFidcnpes at l-w priees,
iu the-city.- - - '------
e.i ooub.'e t!iree story Ctijine.i.s llouse f Broad
treel.oecua'dut present by ilarJcuslW! &Co. -
cmo Tract of about '2"! acrea, tm eo uiilvs out ou
tile Xiishx'i'ie ami CliatUtiiOoka KairrdiM', frame house
ami Vi e!. part. ol' tbel ticuit or Crutchir tract, rned I
Soil.- v.-, VpL.lt J
tine Trnot of abool 01 acrt.oa the Murf rpeulioro' .
f-Tarrpikj road, at its juuetiuu with the Stone's lltvtr
Turr.piKe one-halt nine out , aajaceut io x . u. aaiwis
and -jtbcri-tny Brier Jt-ir noprt-.'i 3 I
I One V. aitol about i.u. aci vs, egut inilus out, near
the Miirfrcus'joro' Turtii:! . eiood juiproveuieul.-if
good xat:r.auu timber. ji . 'i
tine I nic't of about '.K "acres on the Franklin. Od-"i-Juand
Stoae's rix crTaruike,7 miUwoui boecrea
cu-iriiiJ, balance gout t mluM' aid well waU'red.
Oie Tract of aboiit13d Tes.iij'm:ei)t to s.ime on
t!; Kast.lron U oa said Xurvpikw ovtE SVO. poles
netrly all ood tiiiiberaud oil gooiL . l ' -ji-
On." Tract oi' about lOd k' cos, tea miles out, noar
Small's IilJf:s, one mile vud a bait' .North of ti.
Murtiej.sboro',Tui;uuika, tpotly weiUimbtiwljabuut.
40'atoe tloarA.li-sd feeralriicf lots'aiid tracts'
ol' IaihI in Nash vitlwnuil T'iuity. . '!--- '
' For.fitrtiier parttf alitltcail't;iiNa5(t J- xx'oonwAsn,
Jf 60 iirf y .air-en. -: .- - .. - i-
, Youyg ji ju rj-i!4il. I'air ; 1-iJaS t .1 b j la'.,ca -in -
Ai&ue .ot- loo i.bjVL'. - -
' ' Juui2j -iT , -yi t; : , r JAt'.ir
f ANii'AC.lf : cr i.':e:; FriAJi,.
OX v 'iAt- 4 We'HCUt 1-r-Alii O.l
,Uul : i.-, !t'..!J WIIU
(;LLj eu . iiJ.VS to
i yl if. t
IP, I'tat'idel: 4 XI.-
at-uNi ill s-e-Wstn
4 xi.. - aar.it -etii.i. ;
l;.4lv Art-"i t
l -M.-IT 1 O W
: 'i5,aal i i ij . I. aii, IS J I i-u'ers, b.-lio
i.i.l.i s Ait' snnnnmCfy itJ 6attr;-r br-f.ro p
Ail !iirlra:u.-uts gu ira teed tw tii'ee y
it--o-i.3 4 j-S UK' IO x) L Ra (i t 'tUt'tf c
o i.axxa;;, A-w YoritV ' b-Jl
;iE3Ii.3ALE Alsli 22TAIL DSTJGGISIS
. W.-tMstt'-Urouiindliarkciatrtj - :
j -. i.'- SastivHlc, Ycnn. "
T . c. prei-i.r.d to t-x eu o orders lur LruJ
' u.. -(i'ilm. a Hi ail aj iiea-t 1'. ...a...
ing to-'oe.' ihbi MucM-, wiMi xiespat-.h ' ud a t it
lx"'t-t i."iai J. )",afc.. ; ... . -' I -l..ii ' ,
tilx aje -tt-vst"-a xvJTb-" giveif a3.r.eretMer-t(
ba. i ex. ry .;i ucle n a g'HHi 4'iaiity as rtffrete.tei
aui 1 1 1.0 iusvo.v.0 -Mil aii.luiiii! o put op '.but iirbr
aj.ioc;r.;. lo.- !...;ii-si1c.itol AU.ar liter. :i -'
U siuiiaJcijaiitil 1 1.' niaw-taJA Lue rptitiEot we
f aV ji..;! .oIif.ie-4...isol iun uov o . 'urn i'iij ana
IkJ-i14 .arL wif, tUdi cvo. 1 iuTil a f a t 'c-iinriiue
uui aiocu belbr. I'j.- .-g elsoc.uc.-r-, ofiiox-t:' vcuii
3:.oxv 3 ou ia -.ucoiuJ.its si ld"!a ' Rx-ieu i.. lu.- irui y
oilier avtiuitru vily . . huUiiiihi t. t)r ' " ;r.
cuualibtfy ba baud .". 'la. i-o'-ti.r i f Ivr'ann .y t
-oap, a-fi .E.il-t Aril, (w, Alb hi i.,a-i.-Lmstil.,oUT
l-aipeatiiie Vvj'"-, . yo.-j a -a iis t jC n.ea;-
flfSTOIiY" OF LAW-SUIT
nl -tti- Circuit -fcuvV'oI
-LAW P B Of K8f OJl A J, tES $ N'A 4j J
' tpi Wale in Ni-Vviiie by '
I - ' JOIIX T YOliK jk.vu.fi,
Baivia WitiX Tosir. Dust. x ;
oh wish t aee.-.hnc.t arpeu without mjuring
tn or rxitine a dust, u. lilK rAl 1: CAi-
Pl-T h E5PER. - ' . t
juiyi-if t ;iMArC4c invptWif.;;
KUSHVS.WNe Y.iik ll.-wwr Pi'uusjsood.
for eolinzj or s..ranfVy,Ji't reeeiVBd au4 fois
wiUbvl . --- -' -A-"t !7 -
nar4-tf -; ir '-''-ua i mta stork o at. ,
OIL 0!LI COAL OIL!
rtrt BARRELS Yrr IVat Coal. Oil just recerrcd
i4f aud for sale at 7J eta. per gallon by tbe bar
rel, by sU IX?, bP.oWN fcCO.
. pr324f ' ' . -
AW JJi W OQES,
'JCST EECiiVU) BY .
J Q.ILJX-X O C O . "
The Kellys and the O'Kellj s Jy Dr. Tir. .
Hargaret Manc;ieXj by hori-s S-r , :
1h Mrb.i V .u i-by iiai frrrc-
I'ai I.'ucli?si oi orieuai.
Pc-e and bis CrXi s. "
Mill on the Floss.
Life Struggle by iliss i'r.j'oe. - - ,
How to ta.y L fa.
Fju xif four yteres. . t - - ;- ,r - - . , ' .
1ix-l jf Bop-eintat 'ou Man. h ' : , j -Arf
Kttir.-atk as, . - :, 7"; " ,
iflib.U Of (jo-Ki 6x yiy fu.-Liia aal Ceeltun eu.
lili's"iIoriJii-;j:e's Kvejj tut i s ' i ' " .
Notes on Xcrs.r.g L.;-Miiij NigUungale
U Fureidid by I'Jt .or oi' Limp ligUier.
15ra.;i' Euivjry o i V.shiuioa 'rx-ia.
Uitl Be uiy Sj.Uur a". tiarublors v:;c.
Me.ei- ixlU;r3iaLorU.ii uuuyt
Tylueyliad a eovci by rho.nas Hx.u.
Throne vC lavid by author of Prince liewisi!
Tea Fi rrnr Mor.es by Jac b At.bi.U."
Thd liiblical F.eoscn Why Aonl of tiod.
F; iors-Wood Foi,t Olh -c by ae.n, of F-eilcl.iT.
il-da.ni.iioi;u Mur; a u!o ef il'xiorn Kouie. '
S2 v . a" curs, aiia tr Su. -ia - Julia Kaeaa.-(;1'
...i h 'i'iic cittle Uvauty,
By tiw A-.itlir f t!is C i.xbler'a W.fe. '
Mry cturt' Qneeo ol' Scvtt.-, by Ufjn'vli.
' Pickia' filibrt Stories. "
Tilo Ke-bsl and the Rover;
Just Hccied by JOH.V Yor-K i CO.,
une2'2-r SB tni. 'T'-t.
Harper IVetv Jlonthly ItiMazitie tor
June, comuieocem.ui ,.r a new vuiuu.jt re-
ceived ty jom. it) atw., I
-38 ITilo . Strc.L
W T 35 TT"
Irlagzines ami A'e s;aje;s. '
Harper's New sfonth!y Magazine for July;
Frank: !lBe'sk!outhly and fiazette .f is'iiuaier
fT- M P P - - -
i, Godejs Ladies Book for July ;
Peterson's Magazine for July ;
Knickerbocker Moutiily it .gazme Tor July;
The London Illustrated hce, weekly;
Wilke's Spirit of the limes, weekly;
Portej'f,8J;r of tbeimrF, weekly; ' 5 J
Warerty" MiKa'zW, weekly ;i - ' "
Harper's Journal cf Cix- lizaioii, acekly;
Leslie's Illustrated News, woekly; . ,.
New York Ioviger, weekly;
New Yi rk Mercury ; New York Weekly ;
Forsaloby JOHX YORK a Cp. . .
June20-U" ' . No. 58 Cunh sifirt.
' "III3 establishment wiil bi ope.-i f ;r ti erccrptioa
A u: x isiturs on 'iuesdi.. tuu ith IriFU
Ljar 1 $1 oi) per uuy, S ivr wc. k
' IVM. i. Y h A I HAN, 1 - ,.
J ae'.l-Cui E. J. kltHUrK, j-npt-
17 IIACAX.'U Coircrin 5 iiiaj Juil reeviv ed
lu lowing tiw Coo":Kt
Ci.mpl.-te in our hiro 12 mo Uoiilc. ' Price $1 60.
lite LIi)ioIory cf Common Life,
by Ucn. Hspry LeAls.iir'.'aor o.' ik)aSlJe Studies,
I i.'e ef Coni c, e"., 2 vol.
Ti-e .inject of tue abo.e xvork, c'iTcrs rroni that of
il! etUei works i.:i p-'p i' i- Feii"..ce, iu its .;ttein-ns U
tajct tlio wan s i-f tli ttu 1 ut, vliil tue'ting tliote
cf thd o'iiL-ral ic iucr, v. ho is suj.pocd to be wholly
u iac(.ia:utod xvitli Autumy aul Piij sioiogy. The
mauy exc-Uint trit:s--s wliicafexirt are above seated
to t'.:e airancc.l stticir. ; llicy Luu:iiO a kuowledge,
and a taciLly oi- aiipi-ell'iis'iou - hieh can ouiy iss ue
from a prAi.t cat 'lauiilsariiy w:io' ba jj c'.,
t'u IIallu-iiin tiuiifi.
A Ilif lory nu-: -i!ai.ati.'U ii i.;XTrittong, visions,
cr.-iiu:s, Lt.-e y. iiiajinctw-iii jiid onambulibni by
A.Ci.it.iK i)K !:ifjtiT, ST. 1 ,t.ji-.':.!.-itcd from the
French by Kctievr V. Lnji, F. L;
1'olUieiauH .1 tlcili ; ! ! !
TIIKPoLlilCAL TEX. L-mK.OH CYCLOPEDIA,
e.'Utaiuiat: ex-crj ihu aeeo-Siry Tor r !. rence of tho
roi!'.i.;i..ri laid St-tfciluea til l. e l'..ilt?-i Statef.
Iriuterx r.oolt Ueie!
I U'.vc on .hand 1.1 fr. sula ..Od Ills. . :Vv
Ii k, wariaLljd a No. 1 art'-ie.
Hnx-e j-T.t ': 0c-ixv 1 a complete 8-:jr!"i.'i.t cf
Wades c.-k-brjto-. colored Job Ink of ev.Ty Hut a id
a. ale. K.H.VJAV,
2irs- South worth's ffeiv Book,
Haunted Homestead ;
, it 1TH HRIAIToalitfiRAI'IIY ; :
1 BT -
all liS. SOUTH V It X 11
Autlir.r of Lady of the Isl,Lof.t llelies, trc.:, tte.
bound $1 1-5, -paper al 00, for tale by :
. . . . f JOHN. YORK i CO.,
niarl'l-tf ' ' . No. 8S Union Street.
A. XX . JOllN.-O.N , JH.
j.vo. o. inaiK,
BOOK, STAT I ON AH Y
, ; . JV. C Union Street, -.
!'".' NASHVILLE TEXXfSSEF. .
Serif's . Sale
. Sheriffs Sale." '
BY virtue rf Ove venititlou: exponas, to me direct
mi, and delivered from the Hocurabie Circuit
Court f Dax-idson Coanty, TeuiieB.-oa, at its May
term, 18G0, 1 will expo?e to public salo, 1 1 the hiKh
ft biider, lor Cisli, at ll-Court-boun Yaru, in
UdCityof Xaihville, on' Saturday, the 21st day of
July ,lSo0, all the right, titlo,clanu, interest auueF
tiHc,x liicU reward Laurence aud C. K. 11. ilri:a,
then had, or may cave a:nco acquired iu sua to liio
folViwuig deserioed Property, iu A part ot tno tn-.ct
of laud knowx astne Uarreit, properly ai.u sJituieJ
n the north puft qf N isl.vtile, aud boiLininir t a
icr.nier of an alley ou liasluroa tirvi-t, i;j if it wet-t
of ticL -moro sueet, aja., luunius eet vJ- fe.-t or
tbore about to toe fcuutb cait corn, r i lialuuia 10
X.nii isi-ux'i.le, (hecct: north abiut lid fat uj an
aii'iy of ii ie, t w mo, theiica east abot t 1. 0 feet , to
:'..li..ui-r 1 fj. t alley, teepee eo. lli about .bit 1. ct to
ii -b. jjiiioi: g Ixrrrrtt oir-rsth-!' T'ropert of ial
' rj Laa reucc, to satisfy two i.ili:ia-.-uts 111 la.-..r f
Jit.. I . I'rai,-! i-ae'., and two lu laxor L) Al. id- Ui.eii,
aud Out; i faxior 1 ' ii.' tl Ci,liiireoS;r.,iiil.s Ja.i.ts,
s6'j. ovi Wltiilti iiJ ht'hM .i. i. 1
. " ' J0H.V . FD'aCNlv.-OV, Lber.ff.
By W. I: iiOUKi-.l'-ifN, iri" tysuei..T
It n cf Sut. IHo tl-cxe utM-i.coJ prj;. ity
i:i e ioiu tor i.liO t. iro" '.s-li, ad Iho La-iaxe o
I'.'ae oi.d iwo yerd with itit-n-ji.
LL JoYlX RAM AGE, 42 College t-trtet,
1 I. --.- t r.- i Is in iiei cipt of - - . - -
T: AUlEai' Frceca L'i'it.iiiCi.Krt..siaiil I.acCailers,
-'Francis Timi . iif-i" e-aueii.
KW an.'. Tri'ieV I. jv. Heel Slippers,
Glova Calf 4L,r'ss cutters, with and
WlUlOi't UrHOi, -
' " rr-niei. aua. f cHo'i Glox-e Ki4 flippers,
' CC'i'S'J KM I'JUip .'le liuots, ifC.j
With a j-rcaB-verietr of tiytos- tr ilisies uud Chil
ir.iu. Aocawvi'eiAiSc-riuvtlof Lil.iLidaoeH.
maylj Krfl! lr. .-, JOjIX ItAUAGE.
, It". '
Louisville and Xasliville
.lii '; IlALL.UOA!.:
- f vl-ji CA-IAjj XXiifij' sfvA-aVl. -
b a an 9 is op; txm n; h t
rpwuthrocgh i.x:rw PaSi nj'r Trains be. ween
J.": Xaslix'iile anl lA,iit3 . !'le,n.aiC:ii- oioi coaiirc
litfi3 at Lsuisviiic ior NcwrYiirU, c-.sri iu, Ph'ladel
paia, Unitlmur, ishitist' -tiitj-,' j:c-iii; Nligru
l-aiis,Ciex-cUaia, Ci.!ciuu.U,it. LiAii aAid too Fat
We it.; - - -'
7 ou aud afief Scvdav, 3crr tjs , 18C0 tralsg
wrrl rua ii3 luiiows: - . .
Fii-fil Hull treui leaTesNaahtTeal ."-CI AJt.dnilr
iv.iD(T at (-SAlatiUalW tr 'fety- fi -on, Wosg.w Juul-'
Cin,'Li.zablUlowu,iid a'ir.-S'jiai sti.ous whan ! .
ovheJ by a Oa;,aed arrl-.'iu in I oaisvillo a.; 1.4
1-cluriMl'S ve ixuriite at 6 :10 A.i!. , t5
rr as abiVB,u.i. trrifia 10. Naslirillq vl tab
P. M. - - - - - J " -
Si!ciiidtra:2ixprsj!S,leavc6fasltville al5:fi0P V
C tliatiii Abuo"c:iidaliou Train "Icaren Naahvili,
laJy (iiatiUys exaeptsdlax 4ttP.Ja.T aedarnr
'u m. i.i'ai.1. aiSau P. Returning Uts i;a:ii.
l -T.'jw A, il., aad arrives iz Nanhvill at 9:1 .
A. M."" I ... rs .... .j- .- v. t " ... . - . -
' 1 urod!in I wjUiws oti aal st tha He pot for all jximi
N'orili, fco.st UMt Wert, with a choice ot Ubt suuiv tif-
JXO B. ANiiERSON, Saperftiuiodeat. -A.
J. Fist.b,Mnral Tk ket AeiiL ' s.
julylO-dtf , - - r . i
r.-hl fur th Ualasee of the year , 'ar evri
. fvrt iole Ultra aur-rociu(diUbl for a Foo
biud.-r r kaJ Jlar'a. Mluip. . For twrticula a ip-dsr t
Uiis effloo. Jttx -tf
Diclain'a Mew Boob.,
SHORT fcTORHH, just received aad for sale by
JunclU-tr " JOHX TORS & CO.
Juiijr , Sunday a soCe . .ftopmj as first Ixam.,;
.trrrx-Uiiu I biv .Jin -u0 A, ii. Beiurniuaiuv t
nr's vii'ij at,-2u P. M4 atolvjiiogas ab.m-;aa4 at
. iiij; ia XriirHeat 3:05 A. Jf. " T "-;
lfc-'W - i.- fi-J--
An aperinni and stomachic prepar&tiea of
ICN purliied of Cry gen and Carbon by eom
"ttlon in. Hydrogen, of high medical author.
iz and extracrrdiaary efficacy iu each of tu
fallowing complaints, viz. r
TJEStLOT. XIVOTJS ATTECTI0K3, EMA
CIATION, dyspepsia. Diarrhea, coy sti.
Pi.TI02". tCBDFTjLA, SALT RHETJlf, SCURVY,
Jaui:cs lives complaixts reetjma.
tism, kexcttrial consequences, jstesl
MrrrLTa' ravEKs. netjkalgia chsonic
HEADACHES, FEMALE VXAKrTESS, . H33
NEN3TRUATI0N. "WHITES, CHL0E0SI3. etr..
PIMPLE3 OH THE FACE, K0TJGHNES3 OF
THE SKIN. ets.
The IRON being absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly woader.
j fnl influence.
Ths experience of tbousaads daily proves that
oreoaratioa of Iron can for a moment be
coanareA with it. Imparities of tho blood, e
presbion of vital energy, pale and otherwii
sickly complexioni indlcata its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (flaor albns, chlorosis, etc its
effects are delightfully renovating. remedy
has ever been discovei.-ed, in. the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
aud TuViy restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witt u unnsual disposition for -active ani
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
Ai a grand f.cmachic and general restorativ
it has no Eujvrior aad no rubstitate.
Put up lu Tttnv tlut uu-lnl Iwrri ctwtnfiaj
"SO ilil. 5 reita x Mm.
I"-s Of -11A1 .0tll IC W.l w. jr
ti--u kc' t p.ufrwi;y-.--W.it rre
k-.y Ail.Itw on reip rf tH -u ,ci
tsrs, order, cte., vjvou.u smovnaiu
; R.E. LOCKE & CO.Vi
General Aonts. "
S.-JO UUOAUtVtV, W V.
TIte boT ta a fac-almll. mx ttm
IsvbtA on earl. box.
CSt rl; Siiid Jlaster1 Sale of I-ot
T!iiicias J Hoffman, Aum'r'r. William L. noffuian
- - and others. -
BY virtue of a Perree of the Ilouorable Circuit
Court at Nashville, Term., pronounced In tha
above Causa at its May Term, I860, 1 wid expos to
Public Nile to tho hiKhest bidder, at tbe Court bousa
iu the city of Xaahx-ilie, .. -. i ,f
Oil Sat a rd ay the 11th day of In fist, $CQ
- . : -- - ! " i
A valualild I ot rf Ground in the City tf Nashville,
beinpirtol Lot 'o. 87,inBalch k Whiteside 'aaddi
(ion to Nashv lie, fronting on the Wet side of Sprue
street Tony-feet. &til lal is sold for tanilion.
Tki.m.1 ov Sale. Said lot will be Bold upon a credit
of six, twelve and eighteen montiis, with interest
from date, except the turn of oi.e hundred dollars
ca.s!i. , DAYID C. 1 OVE,
jj!y-td i ' ' - Clerk ax d Mister.
THE DAHTIIOLF SEWLVG "
jME O HI UST "E
' I iHl-i Rartiiolf Machine has a larger arm thA& a jy
A. oilior $tU) Machine. .
No. tss, College Street, opposite' tt Swmat
JCT received a largo supply of rim 1 t
Xi'-.V MLIC, amoug winch are t-
fv.r.-l .-ouvs by Foley Hall, J. K ft 9Lrfr"fl
rii ii:is. s. C. Foster, and othtr ceie- U s J il
brati:d -i .t--rs P'eeeslrom Asher, 1 halberg, wol
Ic-nii. ir, 'a' .ill iCJ and others.
Ai-..,a i.rgj aortinent of 'Steinway at Soi a,"
a:: J oilier
j fiUST CLASS PIAaOS,
I V ! '. " .j -' tola t small advance oa cost. For
- 33 Union Street. '
mayir-l; J..S. A. McCLTL'ItE.
Valuable Real Estate
T AM now olTitiag at prixatfl sale my family resi
i. ut-1 re, adj.iM ih the town of Wavarly, In tbe
c .iioiy of Hum. hreys, situated 1m a. ed lately on tba
UiAi.i tl.iix rwi f.-otu Nashville to Memphis aud
xx it.. t i i.aii a tiiiio of the Nashv ill and Nort .west
ern Jj.iiroa.1, c.-utAiniiig abuut 15 acres of iaaV
xxell mi, i ji ed. A neat and comfortable dwelling,
h..u-. k..trtiL'u and otber necessary out houses, a
i.o.l unl oi nerer Jailing water, Ac, Arc.
Al o.u.y iarir iu Bentvu county, immediately ou.
tL.Htdp road, and within one mi. ol th N.-AK. -
XX . Iu.i,,..aJ,c- ut ;iiiiiij; about liClfcaoros.liH) of wuicb
iu cu.tiviil.oi). There are a. ho four good Uraas
Ij.ts, xx.-il MtaaioJ an ta Ktock watery wrlli a never
fai:i.i aupp.y boult fur stork aud family um.- lb A ' i
in.provaiuubi mouisieI of i aet. twl comnMMikMi
lJ.t iiiiiK-houfK", with Kiubens ad other aecossary
out 1...u!-ik. 1 1.i place is well kuowu to the travel
it; n.iiiiiniDity an Clark's Tavern iiaud,. tai
lioui lie Teu:n stn-e river, aud liiur tailea irons uiw-a
l.iv.-u i I'aiuiicu . iii-ntou county, Tenn.
'icrmi iibcfal. - For further porticulara apply .
tl.o uo-cr.boi near Waverly, Uumphreys co.,Ton
j mi 14-4 w- - - ' - c w.Kivtan
Kingston Spriugs, "
rS no- ojirn lor tiie reception of visitors.- On and
aiur 'incur! ty tri 3J day of July xlr. Jk-uck
PakhjaH ix, 'I ran aa iccoiuraodation Oinnibcs, I eaving
the iewaaiaM il.xiae erery Tuesday ,l"tiuri I y , and
Saturday at c-'cloek, A. H., ftrrrt iog at the Springs
to duiuor Tare two dollars JIioe and register it
SewaDi-ti if.juoi.. The mcniieal qualities ol tacsa
Springs are xxell known. For uyspnpsia.diseaaaof .
tue li.-er, and loi- complaints incident to females,
l lie i nr' o. fc,..r, a---eu. There are dye sulphur
ti'iriii.- ii. e.Uti: .-ct faii::cs, besides freestone and'
i.i-si lj i.is i-jVL-r'd ci.aiy biMtt j. . , . x --5
X'crmtvi'er rv.. .....J..t io '
' "''i . a tv) j.
. -v' ilouul i. ...... 44. i nF'.'. . SQ t '
Kor.-o per week ........ 364
C:n.di cnai.d terT-.ts h-ili puce.
, : . 1 ft'M. f YFATMAN, .
ri. J. ixF.LiDi-a:,
juiieSO-l'm. - T
i !'! i
p u;s E 'w.i N iL5;s.,;!)
" Just recctvei! iia for sale by
. COLONNADE BUILDINGS,
P-- sTTlB- a rVT w
xUm oa iucay J. a Ml vine.
CASKS geuuine lieidsieck Champajrne;.
ou cii " pints;
&ii casea Vleus Ceps Chatnjiagne, J. Lansseure
50 do Clos Paradis. Cham acDt- "
d Chamberttn t-parkliug Burgandy;
do - Burgundy Wmes;
uo vuaieaa anyac ciaret:
' " ' ' - ' pints; ! .r..;
Contnac Claret, first quality;
Laruse, Lacte and Margaret . "
Shemes, the finest brand. "
Royal society Port; : , , . v
Tbos. Uiue Brandy; '
sasoried Cordials. Paris A Pardoaaa.'
I" T.mi ' ausvuuic taixTara l a.-uel, imim; .
15 do Real Turin Vermouth r
j 2lKido Italian Wines; - '"-
'-' ': . 20 do Sparkling Kebbiolo; ' -
40 do uo. Brachctto; :. - . - T.
- 20 do do ''Muscat; -. . ' ' 1 V ,
M do White Afti; " . . .
it) co Barolo " -- --'
- 30 do Aurarono.Yermecilli, Riguae, eW;
'30 do and tiu Lucua Olive Oil ; -'
All our direct European exportation per bark Ala
bama. Aiw. APPENSINK BOTEES, recommended by
he most eminent ptiy4cian.
...... FTIriXN'K LAMBERT CO-,
c may 1 ar ;u cnerry Street.
rtVllX rent or lease my place near the Ma rfreea
rH.ro" Pike two iriles from the city for lb present
leac, or with tUc p.iviiea ottire years. There is
a cuurriiK-ut iir.ck IiweUatg with Kitchen and god
Lib! -.?, ami a,spludid well of excellent water.'
iurt-t;.-.- t'ACik atres of superior land auiuble far
i aisiti a X kia.. cf marketing. 5 '"'
feb.-;-i: IJJCI3 Lnns. -
s'tiu: insurAaXce coaiPAN y. -
Ca-iital 150,000 all paid 1. ,
jTIFFICK Nortii-Wesl Coraerefth Pablio Sqaar -'
Win t ike n.-Ws wgainst lesr 4aaiag by Br
u lweii:cssau4-niher Houses, Gcodsia Store, to.
- -- .. 'ALSO -
iuk soa ITegroesagaintttlie Dangertof taa
. . juaxcroms: . . . -
7'WX ?J. 1TILU-.
. .; TH03.L
-JAMES ELLIS. "
W. l. K.AKIN.
BRANSFORO. ' - - -
J0SZPB 7AULX, "hreelilMit
i WtBTJTLERjSecreUury ctU..J
- Conger's Saloon. ;
VT :u'i N'w Saloon oa Market street, Bar Ceioa
L (J IS C II
II b regularlr t evrv moralag atli'eVockJ
al svary evwucf at 9 o'clock. jaoio-U
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