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HORSi-S SILVER- B&ilD !
THE OXXY PERMaXFATLY ORGANIZED BAND
K I!JK CITY, will attend to ail calls for music both
borne and abrof i, giving entire satisfaction or no
charge. . rhe Band is composed of? t i i . ; . ' i
with rompietFt..of new aer tastramenta
All calls for a, for for ends, pic-nics, sere-,
cades and jubilee, will be attended promptly.
- - T-i H0RX
Manager and Conductor,
aprK-IyiJf 'J r r I xrtb Colters Street.
Health and Happiness
iiii i Secured.; -
THE CONCENTRATED CURB i
THE CONCENTRATED CURE ,
T".tMvl--r-- A POWERFUL. REAfEDT
A POWERFUL. REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS :
FOB WEAKNESS 1 - ' '
KOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY IN DISCRETION
-TRY TTI TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT! - - ...
-crorv MES & are suffering from ttee fleet -
X ToathrnlindiBcreOon can be surely and per ma
neatly restored by nBin8tn"
A Q U i Til T A E;
4 Remedy of Great and Certain Power.
ThiereedyUpt naia small rials. and can
sent bv mailto any address. A trial will satiPfr.
THfora week, and yos will experience rea
twnefit. A circnWreontaininefullptrtx-nlara.aent
f tree) on aoplcM ion . pnce.per ootue i .
Onebottlewili-'aata months '.-
K B Thirremedy Usuitablefor either sex.
AMre K.TRTIER. Medical Acent.
47. Broadway .Mew York.
From the Scientific American, September 8, 18S9.
Stalmxg' Frxtirvd da-We hare received
several samples of prepared liquid glue, put up in
raall bottles, by Mr. a C. Spalding. SO PU't Street,
j,w York, and have tried it in mending old furni
ture. It is a Tery convenient article for domestic
use, and deserves to be kept .constantly on hand in
every household-! Vis aUoa convenient article for
altera makers and inventor in constructing and re
pairing tbeir models.
JIollo Wya PHla Cure headache, bile, lofs
f arpetue, neither bosmera nor changed of weather
interfering with thetr action they are equally safe
in all seasons and climates; they act mildly without
priping , streng' hening the ttomac-, promote a hea Ithy
flow of the b.le, puiifying the blood, cleanse the skin,
brace the nerves, and m-igornte the w.ole system.
Messrs. Clam, Gbxcost & Co., Xabhville, Gents.:
1 bought four bottles of Ambrosial Oil at oor County
Fair last Fall - Thought perhaps it might bo a humbug-.
I sold three bottles before grvmg It a trial. My
wife tried Its virtaes m a case of Rheumatism, and
found great relief. It U the quickest relief for Cholic
I ever have found " I want two dozen bottles imme
diately for myself and those to whom I sold the
three bott es, . D. B.BRGWXLXG
South Union, Warren co.,Ky., Feb. 1S6.1.
Ju!t2-1w ; ; .
We would particularly call the attention of our
readers to a reuse, !y known as McLean's Sttength
ening Cor'ial and Blood Purifier. It is cc-rXainiy a
valuable remedy. We therefore say to all, call at
the agent's and lost for yourselves its intrinsic mer
its. T. is delicious to take. We ask our lady readers
to trv it. 6ee the advertisement in .another column.
julyll-lm . .
I have sold out my entire interest iu the firm of
Xrosoiaos Hnraut, to David HrwH-sT, who
wUl continue the business a heretofore. I will
aUt him in winJag up tlie business of the oU
firm, and solicit for him a continuance of the patron
age bert -wed en the old firm
July 2i I860., ; . , J- C XlCHOLtON.
In order to reduce ray Hock as much as possib-e,
before receiving new Goods, for a short time I will
olfcc m y eatire Stock at coet, for cash. -
eta DAVID HTJMPERET.
fJ:, ... ' t -
C m ft tf For the INSTANT rfxh:f and
A,l U J4 A ptaMANEiT cvro-oiuuss.
Teasing complaint ue
Mads by C B. SEYMOUR CO.,107 XAiAC SrX
-- Y. Price SI per box; sent free by post.
'T . FOR SALE AT ALL DECGGIiTS.
nayS-lnsly i - '
- ; ' ' "A Card."
Tba 'LeIatnra of the St-. to of Georg a Lavicg
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1S5S, pro
hibiting the drawing of lotteries within its juried ic
t ion, after the 1st dy of June, 1660, we will on that
day, remove oar entire business to Wilmington, Del.
WOOD, EI'DY kCO,
' Wilmington.. Pel ware.
Owners aa4 Vanagers of the Delaware, Missouri and
Keotockf SUte Lotteries.
X ; ACT, ;
To repeal ail laws, and parts oflawsanthonziDg Lot
ia th fciale of Georgia , and. for other pvr-i
poses. ' -
Skctios 1. pit General AuanUy cf 'Georgia do enact,
That from and aftr the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Sl.y, all lawsand parts of laws author
Isin Lotteries in the SUU of Georgia, or the vend
ing of Lottery Tirketa in-said State, be and the same
are 'hereby repealed. i . i i - i i' i ' i'
Approved by the Governor.
Decetnberll5l8i. ' ' maylS-U"-
APPIE BE ANDY,
WE have received a small lot of Apple Brandy
from &orlh Carolina, s. id to be sixteen years
oW.whiih we belietn be strictly pure, arid as
represented: - " , , . aXLLYETT 4 SMITH.
' ' y-S ''.--A It S O : ;"
IU bond', a cask of James' Hennessy Brandy, O'in
tagoof which wo think will suit the most
raslidtous palate. LLLLYEIT & SMITH.
; . A t. S O
- LOT of choice Whinty, in store sines 1857, and
r whxh defy eomietitKm . - ' - -
ione&-lm .Nos.JOand 13 Mark. t street.
UK". KIN G'S DISPENSARY
FR .., PKIV1TE DIS I i f I S.
jf-j--.r PR. KI VO , formerly of New York , or
je'r-n " the laft lour years of Louisville, Ky.,
V . and who hSd:Toted hisaitei U-u f
the treatment of prlvwte Ujseas. lot 30 years, fl t
lers bim -elf. hiving atienoeti to a praciice lor to a
ay yertf, and cerea to man ttotistids, be is ep.
bled to curu all diiow u a private nature, no mat
ter Low ba-i tl.ey na be ficu tf j wcioui. medical
treatment, or Truu. oeglect of their own. Dr. King's
losprufc.ry is No 3 DuaderkJc street, brta een Cher
ry aud the -qoaiw.secutiU Mory, where bo cures a.1
diseases of a prtvato aature.
UosoKRuaa cured without nauseous me:cines or
nterien nee with busii.rss. -,
rucrCHKk ot olu or recent date, effectually cured
la a few days, by an operation wti ch causes t o paia .
Where agiricture :xits health cai.ni I b eijuyed.
Pel hjpa iio d a- ase causes mure muchief and under
miU'SMtcotiMt.tuUoa so much
Uttuuia, with ail the diseases of the skin, gra log
out of neglect or had treatment, can beeOecgtually
curvd In a fern days.
mual WsAKBBoiParticuIar l button having
hw given to this disease, and all tb eotist-qoei ce
cruwmg out ol tt,briugbton in many canes by th
dcsiructive babusof l cusMlerte yiutbs,and ex
ceaMve in ulgence T the -sniu, a neglect of which
will untieruune the c-aMiuuoa , renbermg the sou
).-ci aat ter business .r socty ,aad ca.siug presua
tare old age. t . . . .
Kcmaies who may bo laboring with aay iffics!ty
of tho Wumb may rest assured ot loHBodiato rebel .
Persons residing abroad, by writing t.d rta.mg
their as, t ha fee encl"Oei,dt.ced to Dr A.
King, Xo. 23 Deaderh k Wfet, Na8bvine,Tnn., will
faave Iba necesaary ssedlciaos sent k ttve.r axfclrea
with necesary directk-as. Ssnct Kcrecy ohnerved.'
OOco hours from Bo's Jock Is tho n-t uct 1 9 a
cbe evening. r- Ialyl0-nd4iy
Tempest's Fruit Jars. " .
111 b bar est hand several hundred drxen Qnarts
V V and UalC Usitoo Of tboso faaoos ru:l jars.
Tho simplest, cheat -el soil best sr icle yet invented
ft st preservatios) of Fruit asd Vt-g tables, j .
-Tennest's Jars preserve gtmiiiniB f J -
-v. Tempest's Jars prsoervo Rasrsunaiis f -
t :y .Tempest's JAr preserve Pin Plant w;
.- - .Tempest's Jars preserve PcacBsst -
tempest's Jan preserve PiCJuf i , ."'
i Tempest's Jars preservs Qlukss i
; Tempest's Jars preserve Cbukib f
7' ' Tempest's Jars preserve XoauTossf
"We bavo s full soppiy of Arthur's Uars, fitoa sad
Tib Jars of all sizes. . -. . . -,
AlO-Laoiow s Clan asd Tin Jars, all sizes
which wo axe offering at cost price, as we fuel assured
Tempest'' Stone Jars
mast supercede fl others.
lui.TLtuxstilj 3f. 1. Parrish't Co,
Of) A BAG3 Crushed Corn;
100 bags Family Meal:
'iM bags Whiw Meal Cora.
:NA.S;IIiY rSXX K
"WEDNESDAY MORNING-AUGUST i," "CO
ROC Kr C i""T Y M I Li LTS.
- t: RETAIL PRICES." - r r-.
Flour in uags i
in half bags 1
Old Hickory do. " 4 85;
Eagle. - do.- - 60;. '-..
Jlixod Bran,pertooiDS..-ceoiiar.- , . - 1
Corn Meal, perbui-bel .SI 00
Delivered to .11 parts of the city. . sep21-ly
; MOVEMENTS OF THE RAILROADS. -
' Departure of Pstssenzex Train.
KasHviuB I Cbuttoooc. 4 A.M., 3 P. M. '
Tessesseb & Atasasu -4:15 A.M., 3tOC P
Locisnij.i.ii.'ABvauE S :00 A.M.-fi:60 P-M
- " (iaL.UiEipress4t30P.il-
Kdgktield k EcxrrcxT 6:30 A.M., 2:45 P.U
Arrival of PatseogerTrains. ...
KASHVTLLXstCsiaTTasdOiia S P- -.8 A.M.
Tsxskssu i Aluaii- 10:OO A.M.. StOO P.M
Loctavtixsa; Nasaviux 3U5A M.2:15 P.M.
. . . c.Itaiiu s.xpres.- 9:10 A.M
EnoEmxo Jc Kirrecn IO a.m., 7 P. M.
;a , FOB JWAYOK. - -
w0 sro authorized to - announce S. N. HOL.
LIKGW0RTH as s candidate for re-election to the
office of Majorat the next Municipal election. . - 'r
olTl-te ' - - - -
' g- We are authorized to announced TLB. CHEAT
BAM as a candidate for tho office of Major at the
next Municipal election. julyl2-te
jay We are authorized to announce John Hogh
Smilh as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing muni
03- We are authorized to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-electioc as Councilman for th 6U1 Ward,
at the ensuing Munleiiml election. june7-to
yfjp We are anthorized to announce AXTHOXY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the Sth
Ward, at the ensuing Jluucipial election.
i tt We are authorized to announce Eob. L.
Crenshaw as a candiilcte for Alderman of the 4th
ward. ' - July 16-td.
3- We are authorized tit aacounre J. C. McFER
RAX as a candidate for Alderman for the Second
; We are authorized to announce Dr. A. A.
HATCHER as a -'candidate for Councilman for the
Eighth Ward. ' jnly27-to
I &g- ISAAC PACL will serve, if re-elected Council
man from the Seventh Ward. july27-te
! jry We are authorized to announce JAMES T.
BELL as a candidate for Councilman for the Second
Ward. ; - . , july28-te
t f-VTe are authorized to announce WM. SHAXEas
a candidate for re-election as Councilman of the Third
Ward. - ' " ' - ' - julj2i-te
0We are authorized to announce GEOEGE DAR
DEN as a candidate for re-election as Conor ilm m of
the Third Ward. july23-te
AX Aporentice Boy about 15 years rid to learn
tho Piinting and Press business. Anniv at this
The Clly Press.
77ie fji and American. If it were not for
Mr. Leterett Saltoxstall, wbo is nndtT
stood to fsvor the eltclion of iheConstim-
tional Union tick' t. we don't know what in I
the world our neighbor of the Union and Amer
lean would do for a little tho ader to hurl at
things in Ibis ;anva?s. It Bwms that Mr.
Levfeett Saltoxstall, who, as. far as heard
from, is not a cand;date for anything in par
ticular, and has nobody's faiih pinned to his
sleeve, has recently written a letter, or made
a ype ch. or done something of that sort, in
whfeb h said something or other about the
political q'teslifn of the day,' whieh the
Union and AmtrkaH Ibinksougbt to knock Mr.
Evep.ett8 chance for the Vice Presidentcy
into what is popularly called a cocked hat.
If we lonk at the thing from the same point
of view that our neighbor does, and through
the same Ernzillian pebbles that lnd their
jrenerous ssitance tobi eye-sitrht. it would
appar that Mr. Saltosstall is th oracle of
the Union party, and that his sanction of a
principle engrafts it npon the platform of
that ptf ty, and canse it to freeze there with
a tenacity that wonld rnak Spaldinsa -Pre-rarrd
Glue tremble for the seenrity of its
lnrls. About thre times a week th"
Union and American, looking around for wea
pons of defips.' seizes the convenient SaT
TOxsTaixbv the heels and hnrla bim with tbi
slrenirth of an enraged inant into the f ice of
its foes. If Mr. Sai.toxstaix bad encountered
a severe attack of th measly and died when
he was a Itariy. it ig painful to Ihe sensitive
mind to contemplate th condition the cen
tral organ of the Breckinridee Dmocracv
in Tennessee wonld have been left in. The,
Union and American has never wanted for
brickbats to fight with in any former Presi
dential contest that has transpired since that
jonrnal came upon th sfajre; hut in the pre
sent s'mggle it has nothing but Saltoxstall.
It moulds S.41.TOVSTAI.T. into bullets, into
prope-shot and into cannon-balls; it hammers
lnm into sword, spenrs. p'kes, javelins and
rmvonets; the walls ot its citadel are bristling;
with Saltoxstall. and from every port-hole
pours a stream of Saltoxstall into the ranks
of the laughing foe. If something don'f
turn up to throw an additional stork of
ammunition int5 the hands of the Union
and American, we frar. that when it ,ba ex-i
hausted its snpply of Saltoxstall, it will he
forced to raze its fortifications and take
to the mountains. C'injr. then, O nfighbor,
unto th precinns Saltoxstall as clings the
nnfargetful spirit of brooding melancholy
unto -' ' " "" : - 1 ; ' - '
'The nvmnholerisy of some fond despair."
TheHazefte. We are inclined to think thar
the editor-in-chief .of the Gazette is mating
prcparationa to enrol hi.mflf rmons the md-'
ieal profession. ITf is prttimr as thick with
the doctors as fifteen sets of hoopo in a ten
paseneer omnibus. sSundav morning h
trav na. with the hlp of Dr. Som.t " a leci
tnre on thi evil v-ffrcts of smoklne and chrw
inr. and now he corners ns and tells us all
abont how Prof. PixcoAST. Vif Philadelphia.
"In presence of th wirsieal dle?aiton cora
priiiinir part of the Jananese Efbissy." foot
off a fellow's lrjr at the Mn-joint: how "thi
Japanese snrpeon shook hit head when the
nporaiion was performrd. and evidently had
not the expctation that a vcoverv
cnnld ensne;" bow Ihe patient recovered, and
how other . wo-drful Ihinzs . harw'ned
irreatly to the admiration of our neiehlior
and th rest of tho faculty. Ilsvinjr frottn
throneh ' with the intereat'njr details of this
frinmph of science, the Gazette proceeds to
lav down, the proposition that "Murder will be
Punished." T Bnch of th Gazt readers
as expect to bsve their jngnlars felonionslv
severed, or their snpp'y of breath cnt off with
a doe of strychnine by the hand of the a
ssain, this assurance must prove highly grat
ifying. - - J' ' ' -- - "
;. .i-r .rr -
; J Jbvtner -One diy last wek Gov. Har
ris got on. the Chattanooga Railroad and
went np to Murfreesboroi .While fn'lhst city
he stepped over to the fnrt ITonse and made
a speech; jnst Tor the fun of the thing In
that sneech he handled MrBnx with ranch
severity, having taken off his-gloves' ex
piwly for that purpose.- That speech is the
subject of the leading article in the Bner.
Our contemporary thinks very hard pf the
Governor for qnittino; fci, "emirortabie quar
ter la the Sont-EBt corner of the Capitol
and entering the itinerancy against the cause
f tbe Constitution and the Union. The Ban
ner seems to be of the opinion that the Gov
ernor id not paid three - thousand dollars a
year,; victuals and clothes inclusive, for that
sort of ' worlc.-Por our part if Governor ITar
ris Want to make .Brecklnridga , speeches
around the country, we are willing forhim tc
do.it.-We can't," for the' life of ns sea whai
harm it will do. It certainly won't do our
party, nor tbe Douglas party, any barm, and
wt know of no other party that has right
to complain. " The last hoe, the last plow and
the lust trace-chain are cot vital tones in
this content, aa the; were in the canva?a of
last Botamer, and so long as they arecrowded
out, t,h,u Govt rnor is welcome to crowd Lim
eelf iaaa" much as he" please v: It's a tree
fight, and if the executive JIcDocoal wishes
to pitch in, let him chock bimell of bis of
ficial I coat and proceed. We do not
mean "any disrespect? to 'the Governor
a3 tbeV Governor, nor to the Governor
a a private iodividnal, when; we fpeak
of him in words whose dignity is not tqual
tu that of The position be hold, nor- do we
presume that, he means any disrespect tons
whenhe goes to Murfreeeburo and ntterB
words without dignity against'. &Ir. Bell.
Such being the case, it Is not to be expected
that he will ordtr out the Breckinridge ele
ment of Abe militia to repel oor language,
nor that we will muster the Bell Grays Into
the field as a protection against his.
We learn from the Cookeville Timet
of the 28th that Mr. R. M. Kixxajbd. of this
city, his wife and two "children were thrown
from a baggy while traveling in that county
a few days since, and narrowly escaped
Berious injury.' " Mrs!" Kibtxaikd," says the
limti, " was considerably bruised one side ot
the face,' while Mr. K. was hurt in his left
arm." The children escaped without injury.
Noticb. The Executive Committees of the
various Ward Bell and Evkrktt Ciubs will
meet at the" Recorder's office in the upper
end of the Market House, on Friday night
next, instead of Saturday night, as hereto
.r-We are indebted to Mr. Smither, of the
Adams Express Company, for files of Louis
ville papers of yesteadsy, and for New York
and Philadelphia papers.
Sale ok Money. The regular sale of
raom y by the Nashville Buildiug and Loan
Association takes place at the rooms of the
For tfco Doily Patriot,
: v., - KO. 22. .;,
: "There is no safe deposit for these (liberty
and property) but with the people tbera-st-lves;
nor cuu tbey be safe with them, with
out information." - Jeffe'ton. But he was
a fogy, for the people uave not sen-e 10 ek-ct
a Board of Education that would "perlorm
their duties faithfully and well." It will
niver do to follow the advice ot such s lfish,
ignorant beings as Alfnd Liu me, or Ibf ex
ample of such benighted places as New
York, Boston, aud Philadelphia (with only
lorty year' experience.) and alio- the igno
rant people to elect the Board. Of course
it won't, for "Mr. Superimeudt nt Pearl' in
bis last annual report, which is to be born
oue vear out of due time, ures ibe continu
ing of , 1 be same Board in office. . What non-
uviiw In liillntv tlit vx 111 nli' of older rities.
indieaci 0j the advice of one who has changed
1-0 often from pluce to hua one wuere lie
could carry out - his enlightened republican
view) and to have iu each ward a Board of
Scuoot la.-prcturs, wha bball every month
vUit a-'d examiue all thu eludes, and keep
au uccuuut of the . pr'gre, and report ibe
doings ol te-chei'S and pupils; to have teach
ers kvep an accouut of the length nnd doing
of all such vifitis and tbutse of the Supuiin
tendeni; to have three trustees in each ward
whofcball hire the teachers alter they Lave
been exumiued joiutly by the Inspi-ciors aud
tbe Botrd, aud 10 have ail these o&iccrs and
teachers to ' act oa each other, as constant
stimulants, aids and chtcks under wath of
: llow much better it would be to have but
oue set of officers, (who should allow nobody
to look luto liieir doings,) uot of the people's
choice, nor dependent ou the will of the peo
ple, with independent legislative, judicial
aud executive powers over the pursea of pa
rents and ihe intellects of children, and re
sponsible to 110 one fur what is done, wbo
shall not visit the different school rooms often
er than once a year, aud never thoroughly ex
amine any of the classes, who eaall delegate
tbeir powers to a Superintendent and notpub-
lii-h to the people of whHt they nave aone witn
their mouey, but tacitly say to tbe people,
pay your taxes, boy all tbe hooks tbe touper
inteudent orders yoa to buy, or have your
Children expelled from, school, but do not
meddle wiin our business, lest you ruin tbe
schools aud '"scatttT fire-brands, arrows and
It is singular to observe, as could be seen
in my last article, bow information published
to the people - decreases as expenditure In
crease. Ia 1855 a very brief letter of the
President of the Board, and his very brief re
port ot the expcDduures, were published with
the report of the superintendent.- - -
In 185C I find no report ot either.
In 1857 a brief letter stating that, "The
financial accounts are kept and furnished by
j'our Treasurer," is published with the Su
I IS08 a report Irom the Superintendent, but
n ot a line from the Board.
) 1859 not a line from the Board; the Superin
tendent's report is written but not published
So the people are to be left without any data
from which to 'know how" their educational
expenses compair with those of other cities
Was this accident or design? .
j In my last article 1 compaired the expen
ses in Nashville with those of Philadelphia.
I will agaiu make a brief calculation, baed
on tee expense of tbe 2000 pupils ia Nash
ville, and a like number in Philadelphia, aud
if any one can show it to be unjust or uutair,
1 ask him to show it in to-morrow's Patriot.
, Every pupil iu the schools is or ought (o be
writing, aud the older he ia tbe more he should
write, llis copy books alone will cost him
S3 per year, if he writes but six sheets per
inonib. row suppose all bis books cost nim
only $5 per year, (though many or the pa
rents pay mote tbau double that,) and tbe
accouut will siaud thus: books, &c, $10,000.
tuition, &c, $304100; total $40,t00. la Puil
adelphia the entire cost per pupil for tuition,
books, and everything, is noly $G,33 per
year, and amounts to felz.bbO.
. Nashville $40,000
; Difference , S27.340
But, admit that prices ought ta be one
fouitii higher here, and the amount is $15,
25, aud the balance then stauds:
Nashville 540 000 "
Philadelphia. r...l...;..".r. 15.825
Should the Board try to save ibis littlesum
to the tax-ridden people, or should they say,
-Be thine tbe toil and labour of the day.
Mine to look on and bid the valiant die.''
In my first proposal to publish ih- se articles,
A promised to 'thow Dun - $20,000 might be
Kaved 10 tbe people of the city, certain wise
gentlemea booted ut the idea, aud a certain
Supei iuti cdeut was very busy in circulating
repoitsto prevent any credit beiug given to
wuat 1 stated.
..Here is th.prettyi little, som pf $24,175
4-aved in one year, after allowiug Na-hvillc
to pay one-fourth higher prices than Phila
delphia; but take thisaviug for five yenra
aud we have the mug' li'ttle -uin of $120,875.
Where dues this cowt from? Out of the peo
ple' pockets.. Where does it go to? That is
uot yonrbosiness, good people; dou't be med
dling.' lest you spoil these schools. ' - 1 .
' lu.lbotf, in Philadelphia, luiiion, books,
and everything cost $6 24 per pupil. Now
sillow that ia Niifchvilie books coat nothing,
and one-fourth more" was paid 'for tuition,
and the account stands thus i
- Nashville without books,, J ., 30.000,
j Philudelpbbia with books,...,,,. 15,000.
Hifference,.1 .rZZ.. ..... i . . .514.400: .' J
Here is a dead loss of more than tbe entire
cost in Philadelphia, after allowing Nash
ville to add twemy-five percent to PbiladeU
phis eoBt: Way U there this astonishing differ
ence? Idoee notrexit in. New, Orleans.
Will the people submit to it ? Bat the first
estimate, is a -very liberal one In fa ver of
Nuhviile. and 'shows the loss each year to
be ($24,175) twenty-four thousand one hun
dred and seventy-five dollars. In a previous
article I showed by the highest testimony ia
the United States, that two years in the edu
cation 'of every child could be sated by the
use of a better mode of teaching, tested by
more than ten. years experience. This wonld
make, un -the -2000. ia rNaahviilc, a having
of 4u0,000 or 912,000 per year, which added
to the above, loss on tuition, Ac, makes tbe
loss $36,175 peT year. These estimates are
not based on air castles, but on proved facts
and tested experience. I wish it to bo dis
tinctly understood, that I am favor of having-1
teachers well paid, but I am not in favor of
paving mre than twice as' high for tescbr
lug HT ail It COSls lor teacuing iue Fin
brunch'-s in New Orleans, or of pajing one
tencher laice or thrice aa much as another
for tenthiug the same grade ol branches, and
tbe same number of hours. Nor should such
differences be made on a flimsey pretext that
is an insult to an injured people. How silly
to taik ol giving $600 or $800 more f-ir the
same number of hours to a person because be
teaches . music or soiue other braneb, when
o00 would employ a teacher of music the
entire year to teach music to all tbe schools.
But, tbe last reason for this disparity is to
Call the favorni one Principal Well, what
is he to do ? Why, he is to be principal.
But what extra service is be to perform T
He is to be principle, and I am no going to
cros questioned, as said a member of the
Board to me before the committee. Where
is the sense in paying a Snpeiiuteudent, s;nd
then pay several thousand dollars t xtra for
the privileg'j of calling some of the teachers
Priucipal? Is it that the Superintendent
aiay attend to such dignifi-d employments as
ending locks, buying brooms, and cleaning
privies? (see his bills). In New York where
thev bare nbnut a thousand ti-achers, there
is a uecesity for Loth Sup -1 inteudent,
and Principals, but iu Nashv lie with
only ome thirty teacher1, what i the
need of both Principals and Superinten
dent? PiarerUs, -alter eartfnlly xamming to
find how Utile many f yonr children have
learned, nnd reflecting u the enormous ex
pense of schools here, compaired with tho e
ol Philadelphia, aud asking rhy yon 1 should
have to pay so much for books wkile in Phil
adelphia 00 cents pays the entire cost of
books and stationery ," then take a walk to
that noble edifice the Hume School House,
and estimate the cost ot the Vandalic des
truction that is mow going ou there, and say
it you ever saw a more foolish destruction ol
property or a better traps for breaking' your
childtcu's heads. Do go now and see it.
You must go in the feck door, for it was not
prudent to let the peopia know what destruc
tion was being made of tbeir fine building.
Cantion your children never to set or pass
under the deadfalls, aud quiet your nerved as
well as you can, tor in ny next X .shall tell
you about the wors-s than waal.3 of a few
thousand dollars more of your prorerty and
I may look at oue corner of the bookcUagter.
: Value c Ix'Scrance. We copy the follow
ing sensible article from the Southern Ume
tlead. of this city, L. P. Williams fc Co., edit
ors and proprietors, which is adapted more
particularly to farmers and mechanics, but
will apply with tqual force to merchants and
other persons, who have stocks of goods and
other property either entirely unprotected or
only partly insured.
"Men toil, work, slave, nay alm.t sin for their fami-
ilies; ... ,
They do everything but insure. .""'
Insure t..cr Homksteap farmers and
mechanics are jou insured? If iot, reflet
upon ihe ri-k you run; uules3j ou a.re
able to Mtistaiu the loss of your dwe Uiuga
and fnruiture, you. have no right to run
ri.-k of that home and the comforts in it, lo"r
the loss falls not only on you. but wife and
ehildreu will feel the deprivation most keen
ly. Then reflect bow much liefer it is tor
you to put aside a small sum monthly to se
cure yourself from calamity; aud thru if you
should be burned out aud lose valuable pro
perty, a few days and you are prepared to
rebuild aud replace that which ou could
not do without mortgaging the farm or per
haps you could not replace your loss, aud
would be left hou.seless. and in want
The rates ot insurance are now very low,
aud there is 110 excuse for ruuuing a risk
that one is not able to bear. Farmers should
iusure their bouses and furniture, their barn,
stock aud tooK No bet ter investment can
be made than by getting insured against an
evil 10 which all are subject, aud olteu sud
deuly. Ales.-rs. Nash & Alarr, of this city,
are the agents of several ot tbe oldest and
best Insurance Compaudies iu the Uuion.
Tribute of Respect.
With fee'ings of prof iund grief aud sadne3S, the
Committee ai piiuted from Male Class No. 2, First
Ram ist Church Sunday School off?r a tribute of re
spect to the memory t-f their departed friend and
former class-mate, the lats Charles Vaclx Cabtbe;
althongh be needs no 8 uch eulogy, for his memory
will bve forever. Eodied on the morning of tbe
t it'i ff July, at the re-ideuce of his uncle, near tho
city of Detroit, Michigan, wl.ere he had guLeto see
If a change of scenery would rot benefit his railing
LeaHu; for, tbough only in the 21tt year of Li3 age,
dirais tame, tho SK.il! ot man could notarrestit,
and he sank beneath its power.
In the death of Charley Carter, we have lost a
companion and frio ndeared to us by
tho strongest ties His noble heart, his generous
nature, and bis affectionate disposition, made him a
universal Tavorito with his associates. Meek and
gentle and obliging in his intercourse with the world,
be was yet bold aud unlliucbing in his opposition to
vice aud sin ol every description. Iho voice of dis
tress and misfortune ever found hi" a patient hearer,
an I an energetic and liberal helper. Utterly void of
ostent.tion.he waUed the path of life with a calm
and steady tread, giving bright promises tor the fu
ture. But he is gone! gone from the Sabbath
School room, frou the Church which he loved so
much, fromtue bosom of an afloctioaate family, from
the fri -nda he loved si tenderly. Well may it be
said of him that "Heaven gives iu favorites early
death;" for he was taken from us in tho morn of life,
and tlie spring-t;roe cf youthful joys. He was just
budding into manhood, w ith flittering h pes of a
long life of usefulness. Uo hal early given his
heart t j Hie Redeemer, and was perfectly resigned
to t:e will of God. "And though he died faraway
from homo, and the loved associations ot his youth,
he murmured not. When tho lamp of life was grad
ually waning, aud his cheeks growing more pale and
wan the puUatioaS quicker and more faint when
the rippling of the dark waters were heard, and the
Death Angel stood near these ail brought no ter
rors; death h. duo tting; he grave could claim no
victory. He bade his mother and &isUr and relatives
and friends around a fond adieu, and requested them
to meet him in ho.vcn. Then peacefully and tran
quilly he slept; his countenance illuu ined by a smile,
to wake in the home of the blet, there to dwell for
ever in sweet communion with hi3 fcavior, and with
the spirits of the juat made perfect.
"As parts the odor from tho rose,
As la ics the sky ut twiligui's ciose,
So p sscd he so tender and o fuir."
As ths raireot flower b.ooms but a transient diy,
then exhales its breath as incens to its Maker, so
p-ssod the spirit of char to to his God. ILs gUd
Lugh we saall hear no m re; Lis voice of merriment
Cuming Uj.ou'oar ha-rts like summer showera upon
iiiirs y gurueus, or lUe the tree not.s of wild song
sters, w rbied iu gladness as they linger a moment
ov.r treeless cities tu.se shid at the muaio
chords of our he-irts no uore oa oarth. But beaute
ous angels, with wings celeatial, Uoverod around him
In the tryi. g hour, aud Jesus stood near tj eustaiu
him, as he pasacd me "coll and silent river." He
died the djalU of the tlghtcous. May we all so live
and no die.
G D. NOSKI, )
j. l. Wt.iO-, Jr. VCommittte.
.' : CAJ. w . 't'hABUli, J ;
Nashville, Ju'.y 3jth,16G3. -
In order to reduce our stock aa much
as possible before receiving our fall purcha
ses, we are now offering our large stock of
boots, shoes, trunks, valiues Sec. at Cost Jar
Cash. SNYDER & FR1ZZELL.
I july 31,18C0-lf.
The Grove r & Baker Special
-R II. Ebockwat, reprenentative of the
Grover &. Baker Sowing Machine Company,
offers a special premium of One Hundred Dol
lar Oath, for the best specimen cf family
sewing cadi i'i ted at tbe next State Fair, to
beheld at Nashville, Septemter 10th, 1860.
The work to be done by a lady, a resident
of Tennessee. " .." ' . ' . " ' -, "
I 2$o persons connected with onr offices will
be perraitleil to contend far tbe premium.
I july28-leo4:w till Sep. 10.
Appointment. ;r .
Hon. W. B. Stokes will address hi fellow-
citizens of Warren, at . . ,
McMINNVILLE, MONDAY, AUG. 6TIL
It is hoped that there will be a general tdrn
oat to hear him."
i.v.joBMoi.ji. no. a. raxAsoa.
Johns on ' Tr eanor
, BOOK, . STATIONARY ! ,
" ' A.VD
No. 6 Union Street,
Arrival or the Steamer Prince albert.
NcwYork; July 31. The) steamer Prince
Albert has arrived at St. Johns with Liver
pool dates of the 24ih. -;- ?
Uotton quiet; sales of Ihe week ending Sat
urday. C2.000 bales, of..wLich specuUtore
took 4,000 bales and exporters 18,000; clo
sing quiet. xOrleaos Fair. ?1; Orleans Uid
dlin; fit Mobile Fair 7: Jfobile Middling 5.
Upland Fair 6; UpUnd Middling 5i. Sales
f Monday and Tuesday 14,500 bales. Stock
at Liverpool 12,87,000 bales, of which 1,110.
000 bah.-sue American.
ManchesU r advices are unfavorable, there
luinsr lit little inquery, and prices weak.
UrcRds'ufi's have an advancing tendency.
Corn dulL ;ProTiiona 1 fluJLj Consol 935ca
. The Steamers Adriatic and Anglo Saxon
had arrived out. News unimportant. -
Aff tirQ in sJvri.i are unchanged. ' "
The Emperor ot Austria and tbe Prince of
Prussia are aiiout to hold a conierence.
France announces a powerful Intervention
in Syria. Troops are to leave Marseilles im-
Advices from China to June 7th announce
that hostilities will commence immediately.
It is rumored that 12,000 Russians are march
ing upon Ptkin.
The Paris Bourse was dull. Rentes 68f. 25c.
' The Neapolitan Ministers withdrew their
resignations, the King having taken decisive
measures to secure the adhesion of the troops
to the constitution. :
The Neapolitan Governmant has ordered
the removal of the Royal Guard and the ab
olition ol bostenading and the suppression of
A Sicily telegram says that Garibaldi an
aounces his intention of annexing Sicily to
Lonoox. Wheat has advanced 2s.
Louisville, July . 31. The river is sta
tionary, with 3 feet 9 inches ,water in the
New York, July 31. Jacob Little ias
failed. ; -L . ; ' :
Stocks are irregular and unsettled.
From California. " " '
The San Francisco politicians are perplexed
by (Oe action of the Baltimore Convention.
There ju ill probably be two electoral tickets.
To the Eprrofes of the Patriot : '
Seeing so many certificates in your paper
of cures made. by .the Indian Doctor, I deem
it my duty to make k&own to the public the
benefit my wile bas receded from tbe use of
his medicine. - She has been afflicted with
Dropsy for about four years$ ber body and
Jimbs badly swollen. We tried all remedies
we -.could get . hold of. She was treated by
live .of the most eminent physicians ,ia the
country, but nothing seemed to relieve br l,
until she began to taku the iudian ;Doctor!s
remedies which reliered her immediately.
1 thiuk bis remedies for Dropsy re the ;
best in tbe world, aud should advise all thus
(afflicted to apply to him. . O. Ellis.
JfoitoilU, Juue 19, 1S60. .'.. . ..
Nashvtlle, June 14th, I860.
To tlb Ebixoes of tue Patbiot:
I w is" M iuake a statement through your
columns .f a-t ludian Doctor's Pills
aud Blood .strifier bave done fr me. I have
taken about quartAtl blue m&ua aud all oth
er med.cines I ge hold ol; one seemed
to give me relief. I ws troubled yitb Dys
pepaia until I applied to the Indian Xocior,
who gave me bis tll aad Blood purifier
which relieved me iu"nediaely. 1 aip.Row
in better health than I have been jor mapy
yeare, an-i I cm recommend the Indian Doc
tor's lemediea to be all hi represents tbem.to
be. and should advise all afflicted to try his
medicine. Cajt. David iicoHJsa.
julyl2-tt ; - . . . ;,j f .. -
Tlie Express Frieglit Train.
On the' Nashville and CUattanoogo Railroad, will
Commenco running oa tho 231 of July In close con
nexion with the Express Train on ibo great Southern
l ine, via. Charleston aud Savannah and continue dor
ing the business season. . Through time from New
York EIGHT DATS. -; ' - : - - -
July 28-tf " E. W. COLE, Hupt.
Money Hard to Collect.
By reason of which we are offering oor
large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, very cheap for Cash", or to
prompt paying customers oa time.' r.
..WARD, BERML5TGHAM &. CO,
may26-2m - - . ,. ; - . ,
?t)t i -
1HAVE 10 or 12 a-res of as prcttr lathi, near the
junction of Noleosrille aud Mill Creek Valley
rurnpine, as lies in Davidson county, which I wtisa
) sell low tor cash. .Apply iff f. R. (itASCocs & Co.
JNO. S. PET WAV.
Tthis New Saloon on Uarket street, near Union -
a a. 1
L. V JN C .-JjEIi, j -
will be regularly set every morning, at 1. o'clock
ana every evening at o'ctocK.
1 I - - 1 I
COIL OIL! COAL OIL!
Of BARRELS Very Besfcoal Oil just received
J aud for salo at 74 cts. per gallon by the bar
rel, by RAINS, BROWN ft CO.
apri!23-tf ' H C ?r U
SALES K0D3I SO. 17 COLLEGE STREET.
Special Auction Notiie. ? i
OS Wednesday morning, Joly IWh. at o'clock,
BKSJ. h . sJHlELDa ft Uv., wM er-U wuhouA -e-sorvo
for cash, an Iuvoice of Prime Rio Coffee, Loaf
aud Crushed fcugar, Liyer Ra.sins, Kine Cigars, Li
quors, etc. 0 cases Cabinet Cbamp-igne Wines, qts.
and pts.; 5 baskets assorted brands do., to which
we call the attention of Families .
Will be added, a variety of use f ul and ornamental
items, .sale positive.
julyH-lf , BEXJ. T. SHIELDS ft CO.
for Rent or liease. : ,- '-i'
I WILL rent or lease my pla&s at ar the Murfrees
boro' Puce two stiles from tboaa y for the present
year, or with the privilege oftlvs years.- There is
a convenient. Krtck Dwelling wiib Xi tcben had good
Stables, and a syieuaid well of .excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior Uud buiubie for
raising all kinds of marketing. :
feb-2-tf '. fLUI7IS LEWIS. -
Mill Cor UthU
"piTK City Flooring if ill, situated on the Comber
J. laad River. lual below theeltv ! nf.r for
rent the remainuer of the present year, w jib the
privilege tr next year. Apply to TcaxER S Fosi ut.
cherry street, or ..JAilEo CUKBlTr, ' i
june25-tf . . V. , , . , , atthe iliir.1 1
" ' - . .- . .- .. . . .
lAOulsville and JValivllte
CH A N O E O P T I M E .
Two through Express Passen-er Trains beiween
Nashville and Louraville, bi king close eonne'
tions at Louisville ror New York, Boston, Ph'ladel--h.:f
J?,a,tlnMr Washington Citj-, Buffalo; Niagara
Jails, Ctevelaad, Cincinnati, St. lxmts, and theVsr
On and after Sosdat, Jctr Ta 8th, 1860, tralaf
will ran as follows: ' .. ..
First Mail train leaves Nashville at 5:00 AJf.dailv
stopping at GalUUn, Bowliug Gret d, Glasgow June!
tin,Uizabetbtown,and all regular stations when sir
J?y a nag, and arriving in Louisville at 1AO
P.M. Rcturniug leaves Louisville at 5:10 A.M., stop
pDM M 0OTend vinr ia Jfashvills at idi
daily , Sundays excepted, stopping a s Irst train, sad
arrivingiaLouUviUeaii.-ooA.il. Cetarnias leaves
Louisville at 6:20 P. II., stopping aa Sbovs.and as.
riving In Nashvllleat 3:05 A. U. T' "a p
GaUatin Accommodation Train leaves NashvlUo
daily (Sundays eieeptedlat 40 P.M., andarriv-img7nn"ilfl,6:10J'-
aeturntog loaves Galll
1 t 7-00A-M-i d wrlves la NthvlUs at 9ao
Through tickets on sale at the Dcp ot Tor aU points
North, Last and West, with a choice -or the many u
ferent routes. V-. ii,, . -
. t JX0- ANDEBS0, Ssperialeadent.
i. A.J. Fiu. General Ticket Agwt. - 7 T
julylO-dlf - . - .... .-Tii-eu- .1 X
P ART NERS HIE.
IHAVTE THI3 DAY ASSCWmaTTH ADDY.
with me ta business, Lbs nana of the ana to be
Kobert Moore & Co. . ... .KOBERT MOORfi, , 7,
July 1,160. j ... :, - ... , nJSSiSntt.
. KOBEKT XOORE. ' -.".'''
ROBERT MOORE .fc C6.".q
Produce Cociinissioa Jlercliaiitsf
: ';-J No. 49 Walnut 'cwiV CJ-TV
; ' ' V
Pnrchass sad sen, exclusively on eommteslor Floqr,
Bacon, Cheese, BoUer, Utecm, MlsrUrisd Yait,CaL
dies, Snap, Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tuba, and arU.
cles of Uomestto Maaoaeturs and PSOBVCK generaliy.
i 1Ulyl-tf . ,t .. , ; ?, t r ....
Fresli Corn Meal.
A NEW supply Jost received pr Railroad,
iwcifvu una nam m
BENJ. F. SBISLM CV-
ji A. i or saie oy
July s, iaff.
j , ' Djult Patbiot Office. )
UaehvilieY August. I. 1860. j
iFLOIJR. The maiket is well suppli-d.
We quote, wholesale
Sapetfine Iu bbls....... .. ...... .SOCSiO ou.
Ektra " " ' " 5U-
Eictra " sacks....... ......... 3 50.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally from - abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being ofkred. We quote red at $1 10"
(1 15 per bushel; white $1 20 1 25 per
bushel. '( ' 1 ; -. - ' - ' -
j CORN. White 85 per bushel; mixed SOj.
j OATS. 65c per bushel.
BACON None or-"consequence offering.
Wa onote shoulders at 10c: C lear sides 13c,
bams 12Jc. ., Irom wagons,
1c. advauce oa these rates.
, LARD Is in demand and sells readily at
MKAL Is selling at -7580c bushel
FEATHE3S We qaote at 4042 ft.
GINSENG -253uc. B tt.
. GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
8J9 fl).; prime 4 choice . 9i10c; iu
barrels lc. advance oa these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars IOJQIIIc.1 fl)..
crushed aud powdercd.il j12c.; Leal 11(
J2c B A.
MOLASSES .AND SYRUP. Mole3 m
barrels 4045c S gal.; half barrels 4f
48c; Sugar House 4;45c.
in barrels 75c half iiJiiels
(ten gals.) 85c - ... .; -
8O3.; and kegs
COFFEE. Rio l16Je.$ Lnguyra none
in market ; Java 1920c. lb. tock light
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gu?owder 50
f75c: Youns Hvson 40(UCO : Dlack CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at SI 5S ;
and Fine at $1 C0$1 75; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS. The tallowing are tbe
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
and 400, 12c.
WHISKY. Rectified is beld at 224c.
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star lSe per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow,summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
JRaisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
r$2 60a2 75.. "
SOAI Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAlff. $1 50 per cwt.
HA.Y $2G per ton.
BEESWAX 2 6a27c per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
MarKcIs by Telegraph.
New Y'onc, July 31. Flour active; sales
17,750 bbls. at 5 055 10. Cora firm; sales
97,000 bushels ai 62V67c. Mesa Tork firm
but quiet; sales 300 bbls. at 19 00. Lard is
firm at 12i .13Jc. Molasses foi to Rico 3Sj.
Sugar dull; sales 500 doxes Cuba at CJuTic.
.onee firm; Rio 14i15Jc.
' Sesv Okleavb. July 31. Cotton firm
sales ,t&ay 1,500 bales, including 20 bales
new eoltoa. Prices stiffer, but quoiatious
unchanged. aies of 3 days -2,300 bal-?.
Receipts of 2 days 2.80 bales auiust 400
iiales during. the aaie,ii,ne last year.
Total receipts at this pirt ahead of last
year, 450,500 bales. At &i Southern ports
769,000 bales. Total receipts of new crjp
op to date, -iZ .bales aguina 3 x'ies at the
same time last year. . . Suniir.Uoyah. aivl ad
vanced J; 7afeJ. Tobacco nrtn: Lugs 2.
Corn dull; mixed 6a58. Flour steady:
Freight aud Exchucge unchanged.
..Cincinnati, July .31. Flour 4 70.i5 00;
Provisions quiet; Whbky JJ5j; Sugar buoy
ant at lull prices; Coffee firm at 15.il6;
Jklulas8es 4344; Corn firm d0a41. Oata'dull
ai 29d50. . -
SCI1DETZE Sj. LUDOLFF,
MANCFACi URER3 or laON Fbajtb, s-rtr-i
GRAND, t-QUARK and r"ARi Olt rTSL
I.OrUXO ORTtS, miula with fjT?frCJ TO
all the improvements conductive to J " . . u "
suneriori'.y of tnre, touch aud dirability, tiOL
IfKDALS awarded at tue Fairs in Sea Yo. k, 18
'66 and '55, and in St. Louis, 1859 lieaiers, Scbn
and Families wilt save money by calling bef re p
chasing. All instruments guaranteed lor turee v
Wareruoms452 BROOjlE SC , (a lew doorr Weo
Broadway,) New. York. fobl-6 3
JSTE W3B OO JKS ,
JUST RECEIVED BY
. JOHN YORK & CO.
. 1 1 ..--.' : -4 . ; . .
The Kelly s' and the O'KaUys by Dr. Tuoae.
llargaret K&neriefle by harles Eurdett. " '
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne
Ihe Duchess of Orleans. ." . .
Poo and his Criliss.
... ' . - . . s r - l i - . i .
Uumboldts Correspondence.. .
Mill on the Floss. ,
Life Struggle by Miss Pardee. '
Hoar td enjoy Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
I,jrtn(r Ra;S3entat;on tleoi : T '- l " "
Habits of Good SocetryWdr Ladles and Uectlemen.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening,
Notes oa NcrJng by Miss NighUiale ,A
El Fureidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Butogy oa Washington 'rving. ; "J
Uttl Be uty by author of Gamblers Wire.
Mores' Istters to Lord Macau lay, ; ; .- i
Tylney Hall a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prmco House ol
- David.-- ;
The Florence Stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Bibiecal Reason Why a'ord or God.
Ffiers-Wood Post Office by Hoin, "of Rcdcli a". ,
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
S v Years, and other Storie hy Julia Kavansch
l :: : . The.Little Beauty, ;
By the Author of the Gambler's Wife. . - -Mary
taart, Queea of Scotts, by Reynolds. '
Dickens' Short Stories. ... . ;
- The Rebal and the Rover;
. Juat r eccived Jy . ; , . J0H-V4 YORK ft CO.,
-(; une22-tf ,. ; . . . ...88 CaKm street.-.
Harper's New IMontttly magazine for
Jane, commencement of a sew v.. lame, Just re
ceived by JOHN YORK ft CO., ,
msy22-tf. . , 38 Union Street.
Dickin's New Book,
jj SORT STORIEJ, jnst received and for sa'e by'
Joel2-tf ,;i - Jon.V YOBS CO. .
Gvdey's Ladies Book, for July,
last received by JOHN YORK b CO. '
, a,ael3-if ".'!." '
Taluabld Town Lots
c o v ktc ; i y Ia a k t s
: "For Sale. -: :
I AM frrinr' salk a reasonable terms,' tho
following pr. T1" hav?1rm,? BuUdiu LolB
In tba Jth and at. ' r-f Nashville. -
Nine HonaM sof various dimensions, from
U".""!?,! fkatabie resiaenje. at low prices,
In the city. - -
Business House on Broad
rtreet jeeupied atUrmile; out on
the ashrille and Cnatta. Crulcluj-irct uoud
and Well part Of th Ln. rcujraci, owa
toi' ' the Murfree8boro'
One Tract or abont 81 acre v. .h j,,, R,.r
Taroplk road, at Us Joctiou h6M
Turnpike one-half mile on- e" 10 W' ,R Ulla
and nhers fny Brlctyrari "i,JrY; 'fa . - .
One Tiatt of sboot 30 ac, vS,,u tatwem.'u
tka Marfreesboro Turupikr - G. tmprevemejts,
fmi water and Umber. ... . , . H, , c .
One t ract of about 90 seres on . ZZImJ
lege and Ssons's river Turnpike, 1 mi aCre
seard, balaaoa good timber aud wei ' svreti.
On Tract of about 12 acres, sdjaca. :?jm?
ths East, fruau oa said Turupika over x00 .r"
nearly all good timber and ott good. ' " -
On tract 1 abostlM b'res, teu miles utr
Smith's fprloss, one mile od a half Sot L -Murtreesboro'
Turnpike. mostly weiltimbtr C,sD Wtf
40 seres cleared aud several ether tot auu" Ccts
of land la Nash rills and vicinity.
For farther parthniiarscaU ou Kasc k Wixrov
No. (0 Casrry siroet. , V
Yobdc Naeroes at fair prices will be taken ia ,x-
una buusi mrw a - . , , .
cbn.e tor Lhs above. "
JuarU lta - - - caa JAAlJCi AU aicjulio
1 rvnrv luiaHELa good clean millet 8EH,
No. 14 South Market su-set.
E Ground Stock Feed, for sale low bv
juasVU Bi'J. F. tiUiXUa CO.
Life Fills and .Fhoeiiix BiUers.
'TIIS-E JfCTticrSES have now been before the pub
I 1, ..... nf THIRTY VKARt. nnd durmil
that time have maintainrd a bi?h charat ier in almost ,
ov rr n-irt of the (i'.ohe. for their cxtraoruinarj ua
iromjiat-e power-of restoring perfect health to pern
suflV.Tin under uenxiy tcxy kiflAot disease to which
the human frame is liaine.
The following are amua the distressing variety 01
human diseases in which uie
Vecetalile Iife aUdicinea
Are known toh in&Uibte. . . . I k
Ol&rSi SIA, by t:1oni.cs.iycim.smgu
Poe,a tu.miieus, aua maiinsa . i" i"-""Lf'
bil. instead of the Male and aen.t Kind: iiLAlu-
Tx;SCT. Lass or AiPcrm:. lU-nrrniE-x, Milium. its,
. " ... a . . . . - I 1 v.-viid ami in.-
rtarvri-lJN.N t j iLL-lLrhx. .iaaii..i, -
ASoaoiiT, wliseh are tho p-neral sympttims of lysivp
sia. will vaniah. as a natural i-i-tc-niiH-uce of its cure.
C-SlTVaSiESS, hy clenciDi the whole length ot
Unr iuuuues Willi a a ivcul process, aud witliout vio
lence; all violent pursts leave the oowea cosxiveu
in two d;iv3. . -
rJEYEtiS of all kind, by rotrin- th.; blorsi to a
reguiui- circulation. thrH- jh the )iroce9 uf respiration
in sucu cases. ana uie iulhouii ..:ui:uuui iuj um
obstruction in others. '
Th' I jnt JIetikxses have hoen known tocure LrJ. U-
MiTISil permanently in turet weeks, and GOlil "1
IulU 1 ndi mutf, by r. ninvii;? liical UiGanima t k.u nom
the mnc and ligimenis o the jointn.
Bn.0x SIS a" kimls.by fr!eaig and strecs:iucn-
in tue kivuevs aul matiuer: tney oxx-rait- uiubi. .-
liptitfully on these ipajxn iant orimus, and hence nave
ever been found a certain nnnly ior the worst cases ol
Aiso, VUi23, oy ai-irxitrmr; irom iuc lurmu.e m
the boweis ine suiuy matter to which those creatures
rrrTffVV TTT.nT? a. T IVFTEi.tTi d Ultra-
bv liu iKfrieCt I'uiitv wui.;n luesj I i c 3th.i'H.i.M3
t.T- i(i hiiKti. aii'i nil the humors.
Ki: KH1I I1I KK.il ITillS 4 aua -AU VVJW w-.-
. . .... n nTwMrv'.u- . . 1 t 1 t r. wmr IT.
ti i. !v luir .(it-nuLiv.irii.j. 1 unon thellaids that feed
the aii, and the morbid slate ot which ocesisns all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and otuer ui;a
orr..-ihlo com jiexions.
The use ot th!e Kill fur averv short time will effort
an entire cure of i ALT KHtUM. and a striking im-
nmi'uni -ut 1:1 th c. .1. ise.-s 01 ine skin. COjIilO-t
C3i-LS aad IWFi.TJSivZA will always be cured by
... iiik.. or bv two m ine worst cases.
PI u5. Tn oriuinal proprietor nf these Medicines
w .s . ii. .-."of 1'iles of Go voais tUunlins; by the use ol
.i.r. Hfk' rKiI!'lKSiil.ll,.
x'vT Ain AfiTTE Fur this scourge of the
Vfcsu-tu counu v. ih- jiv-uioines will be found a s--u'e,
speedy and ce. tain remedy. Other medicines leave tlie
.-iiin siibit-t tc a r. tura of tiie disea.Sc a cure by
tu aietticines is permanent TRY Tllt-M, HE SAlla
itt'4 AXi iK t t KKD.
p.t;.T(1TTS Fi-VtS &. 117 3. C03IPLAISTS,
i.juit-ii. .KiHurv. ui .irrtriiK, iuia i(L-ki.-:Es or
rc. tli. MiHlii-.iin have bueu u.stni with tho most
beiieliciid results incases of this description: Iving's
i. vn anl ScaLirriA. iu in worst lorms. yiei.in m nio
mild yet powerfiilaiiticuol these remaikable Medicines.
Vioirr Sweajs. Nekvois l Eiaurv, Xititvors (.'omplainti
It aU kiuas, I-joj-itatios 01? tub Hikt, I'-u-xtlks Colk
are stieeJiiV ewd. ,
' m' .ih.Tii. r.T"A TS. Persons whose con
e.r.!!!ZZ7.v.. l..-eoine iniiMiieu by tho mjttdicious use
- .:m m-.i ih.j V..lii-mc a rxTliVt CUte, as
01 jier'juj . i. . u 1 - -
11,,.,- n..v.-.- 1..1I to era.! eat..- from Uie system, an iue
i.K-tri ol" MeF iii y. iuiiuiU-iy so.Hii.r than the must pow"
en'ul prepa'ratloa ol'Sarsaparilla. - ' - '
Prepare a acd.:xa t
V. U. MOFFAT,
idi Bro.vdwav, ew Yokk.
FOR SALE BY ALL JRCGGITS.
Or .ess aud t'ack
A O IV A A Cb
-li College Stice,
Ladies' and iikhts9 Fine Trunk?,
UA- receiveJ a dtiiorai s-ipplics 1 lA.iei'Eitr
Lirgo D:vss Trucks, of tim latest tt.i les. Lest
c.tilih s lo Leather Mei s'Ji itig lr ii; Ia ies'
Jou..i-t Duxes, single aud touoletop; VutistS, Lugs,
A- -.. Ki-.. mt sale at very low p.'ic-s.
june2-U JJIIX HAMAGE.
H AVI Nli been appiu'ed sole Agmls for the sale
buloo tlie ahuvo celi'brate.l Mil era 1 Water in
ihis city, will always Le prepared to supply those
lit'dins; it, wit'i it L'tch lioui tlie wed.
Below will bo found tho opinions ol s line orihe
Phy sicians ol l.oui&v.iio, us 10 its merits.
JO. U. UhCiW.S KVAN8,
4'i,.Culicc ttreet, NasUvUe.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS,
We tho uai35rsiuccd, h:.ve had o -casi' 11 to pre
serve nr.A walcli luo ue of tho Artisiau aler,iua
variety 01' tiiscass, aud we ituve no hecilaiixii lu de
cUriLs; it to be our opinion that ii is an Kxccedinply
valuable reaiedy 111 111 uy cliroiiic ms: uses, 'ih .ge
iu which :u use 1ms been niUPiiued wun the st
uiurkid beueiit thus far are, clir. uic rtit-uina'-i-ui ,
cuUieousall.'Ciiuus, and to iue ot tt-echrou.-u cisur
iters ot tue liige.-tive. ytt:'io.
Te kuowu chemiOiil elements found iu the water
ol eucu a nature, and lhey exist in f-ut-h stales 01
c m b mat. i:i, that we haie no doubt it will be
touud in a more exler.dsd experience, in itseilects to
have us wi :e a ra..Lro i applcaUility in the cure 1
diseases as any u.ii.eral water knuwn.
il. oc-Li Sill ill, 3d. l)., Prof, cf Surgery In Ky.
be i ol !' ileilicinft.
V E. fcWIXG, i!.D.
W. A. ilUNl'i-LY, M P.,?urt., Iulsvil;e Marine
T. j.:i:TFFiX ji. n.
Jtic W. PVlN-id. M. I)., Sup't. Louisville Alms
J. W. KXlbHt, il.O-apr-7--m
" ' bio
ilickra, Fiux, SjseLttrys
TO fanii'y should bo without the ystutry Syr
j u;i iu t.ic lions.'. Chiidi'vu are ny lug daily from
B.iwei'Cun.i.liiint, whrfih thuiemcdy wouiu prou:ptiy
Ueltility from Iieat.
TThile'tJio Thermometer ranees over 00 in the
slut tie, the GraelV-t-be.-g HE.tLTil BintKS, which
cot-t "-c a pwCKare, u.akes the hetl ttrei yilieu iin
iniiu: 111 the worm. Kor 25 cents you ca:i make I. all
a gallon tf tiicss health givinx Biit- rs, which aid the
. piKtue, givo p.-w r to tuo couMiiuti.ui, regulate the
i aud coiia :or s general jebihty. Now is the
Bt:aoa ior their use.
juiylS-lf XJ.CSKS7.IK & JIIXCI1I.N.
H0"ffiT LOST, EOW EIST03EB.
tJuL Pitbliihel, in a Scaled Envelope,
A LECTURE OX TIIE XATtTtE, TRF-VTMKvT AND RA
DICAL CURE OK SPLRMA'foailHOEA, or rVminal.
Weakness, Sexual DeJiuity, Norvoutmws and Involun
tary Emissions proilin-ing lmnotcucy,U.'H8uuiptiou and
Meiital and Physical Debility. . .
Br ROB. J. CULVER WELL, M. D-,
Tlie Important fart that the awful coniiiiienr cf
sell'-abiue may be elllsctuiiliy removed without internal
medicines or the dangerousapplicatious of cau.tH. in
struments, medicated bougiei. and other empirical de-
evcry one is enabled Lt cure himself peri.-ctly. aud at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of tho day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
tent under seal to any advlr, post fahi, on the ro
.;.. ,.r mn iii.p st-imw. bv iidJretini; Ir. t H..
J. C. KLLXi
. l ao i. trvi. Av'iine . ujr. iuii..
Time lo Wait fur the Doctor J
ABOUT theso time's all chiMren will eat green fruit.
At any moment ol d iy or nifht, they are liable
t,, beattactod by Cholera Jloi bus, Dysentery or hi
rrliaai. Xo time then to send tor the doctor. Ihe'
Giaeleuberg DsenU-ry Syrup Instantly r-lieves al
su :h cases. Xo fauiiiy 'u.ilii to b. without it iu the
house. Us promptness has 8 ved thousands ( valu
able lives in Tcnuesseti in Ihe past few years. Only
6uceotsa b.ittie nou?n fra whoU family for a
whole season. A fresh lot just r7-vrvriv
maji5tf JiACivENZU. MIXCHIX.
SA'YDEE' & PJilZELL
: Have oa bapda Urgo asw rtiaeut oT
LADIES' Freoch fircxa trunks;
do. Ko l-eiiher .-do; ,. . .
d. ' ibiuet" no; (a new arUcle,)
Gent's Flue Solo leather Trunks; -
do. do. do. t.o. Vlisos, A! land and oth
er sivles:) which they are oUeriog at very re
duced rates. Call at No. 2.1 Public tquare.
Doa V.iti Tonr Dust.
FF yon wish to sweep fine Carpets without injuring
1 them orrusiaga dust, use TaE PAltXT CAK-
1 Julyl3SfI,EK" MACKENZIE k MIXrniX.
J0H-V T. CLAIBORX'E, recently from Virginia, but
uow a resident of thi city, and a leather of
some thirty years' experience, proposes to instruct
classes la Eoslisa Grammar exclusively, duriug the
coining vacation of the fublic schools. - H has
paid particular attention to .the gvniusand graajtnat
ical construction of the Eugiish lauguage,and froci
past success be iscontideut.lUal he would give en
ure Sitislaction to thot" who would favor him with
their patronage. For tho conven.eute of pupils, te
vould form three clsses,tu be located ia ine North,
Centra! and South parts of the city. iliSArm? will
be moderate, r ;
His nsideuee is la Sceier's block. nn High street.
whore be can he ionud, or he will call on aoyants
Mr. Cjatborno is permiued to re er to the RervQrj
liuwel 1. K. J..Jleis, I tunc Paul anu j. . reari.
t AM n woffarieff for wle. privately, a portion of
X my laad upon . hich I now hre, about Ave mils
lro u thf city , itnice llately frouiioK FE)dea r er
ry fitce. Tue amount proposed ta txi suld is
Cae ' Knadrid asd TwrEtj'-fiYe r Acres,
Whieh is as fine and productive soil as there is In tbe
county or uw. There b a beautiful buildiug sue.
whicn commands uie view oi mm entire tieinoor
hood and is well t ia illoe Grass, with a beautilitf
growth of 8a forest trea. . Betweoa flfty and sixty
acres is fioeelover land ingrowth; toe balauce well
timbered, (or all useful purposes lucre is u'so a
never failing spring upon the tract, wnich aOords
sufficieucy of water for all purposes.
- Thie wiihioe to puri hase a splendid tract of land
taa fine arigubordvod , aud with all other advauts
ges would at welt to call and sue for thociselvcs, as
i am aasiroas of sethne.
- -Fr ;,- Apuly to GLASCOCK k NEWS0M,
or to ttio uuiiersgueo, on Uu premises.
rra-ii-tr4lu. ; ; -, 5N. B. HIDE
Mercer Potatoes;.''.-: o
ftELS New York Mcrrer Potatoes, goo
for taxing or ptaatiaJust received aud tots
14 SovLth Murks tt,
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A. n. ROSCOE & o
WE.0LESA1Z AD SET AIL BSTTOGMTJ
S W. Corner of Broad and Markeistreett,
. .- rnr Tlrara
inetotue urug omuii"
lowest market pries. - . - . h.ror t
. "v" or $u.my a. repreted
nd in no instance wOl an, thing oe P
a doubtfulor sot.nisucaM:- r'"-
toaeBlhlt none but Par. tW
ta vnfliTjI&lD ue rcm- -T
. . Swiss w as
vu - iVal we. therefore, invite en to eB-
: :'" h,,vii,i elsewhere, DeneTing wv
-" ti T.eld. m oflered in thi- ot 'any
Show on in.ucemeui i.. . . hiTt
r. , 1. ..iHiiyiii ia Dnitise nav
oilier souiuera vnj . - - r v-,-- ,.n
constantly on hand a larse stoc k of Perfum ery,
-caps and Toilet Articles, White S!
Tnrnime Vmsbi, Wu11
Modeler of Fashions,
. AND DEALER IN" . .
nATS, CAFS AND LADIES' FURS
No. 23 FsMlt Sre.
'TUc CUlucsc Uat.
K EW sty le, direct importation from union , "
id expressly for the hot weather, at the Fash-
iuuab e Hat LmDunum 01 r r. . ,
Ko. 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Goods.
nONSISTING or all ine- ie biji
-k.i.w ir,inntiid little Misses, to which tbe
attention of tie ladies is particularly guested.
A. . riu.wA,
Hatterand Firrler , No. 23 Public Square. NashvUla
- Tlie Japanese Hat.
ANEW sty le o' Soft Hat, weighing only 1 . asnee,
just received tms day by express, ft the fash-
Kinable Hat Emporium of iitA.t.uuio,
2a Public Sqaars
Tiie Drab Frencli Ottar,
rV enUreiy new aesigu,
23 Public Squars.
apeau Guarabaldis '
A... " , ' Eoa Hat, of entirely new design ,
NEWstyleo. r express.
Just received b J.FRANCISCO.
A. -oare, Nashville, Tena
JulylS No. 23 Public & '
T fT T .vT
On the European Plau,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day
C-ty Hall Square, corner of Frankfort at.,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, at" they may be ordered, in the spacious He-
fertory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Booms at
tached to the Hotel.
X. B. Bkwahr of RrxxEBS and HAmror who say
we are full. U. FRENCH.
ju!y!8-iy Proprietor. T
Cheap Fecal for Stock.
rI"IIE Feed reduced to 12,50 per .barrel by
BExj. f. sHin.na t co.
July 23, lS60-tf.
Kxtra Fine Corn MeaL
N additional supply just received ter G lea wood.
IY Also, dity barrels of the cheapest Food for Stock
iu the market. BEXJ. F. fcHlr LDS CO.,
Juuel4-tf No. 27 College street.
Ladies Shoes and Gaiters,
LADIES flue black Congress Gaiters, with heeU;
4 . t Lace . ' r
" brown Congress "
" " ft bl'k butkia M
' Kid Slippers, with and without heels:
together with other styles ot Ladies' Misses' and
A large and superior stock of Gentlemen.'? weai
Patent Leather Gaiters and Strapt Sooes;
Call Congress 44 and Oxford Tee;
EngCtlt " " "
The above roods are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and which wears ollenug at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Public square.
june7-tf bgao bNYDER k FRTZZELL.
2,822 ydsXarpetinz at Auction,
(uX TUESDAY M0RXIXG ACGCST 7THJ -
AT 10 O'CLOCK,
BEN J. T. SHIE1D8 ft CO.,
WILE sell oh hoconnt of a horn it may concern,
( iu parcels to suit pvrchases,) a large consign
ment of axsorted Patterns, Colors, and qualities of
rarpetiugs of the litest ttyies. - Those wishing ta
purchase will flud this Saloto present ihe best opportu
nity of the season. Terms cash on Beting.' "
. -BEXJ. F. HltOJJS k CO.
Xo. ST, Central Rooms, College street.
July 23, lS60-tf. .
Clerk, and Master's Sale of Lot
Thomas J. HctLnan, Aum'r i. wiliam L. Hoffman
' and others.' '
BY virtue of a Decree of the Honorable Circuit
Court at fasbvilie, Tenn;, pronounoedon. th
above cause at its May Term, IS60, wriu expose. to
Public Nile to tbe highest bidder, at the Court-house
iu tue city of Nasavdlej
Oa Scjurday thclith day of Id cast, 1SC0
- i .1 iT
A valuable Lot of Ground In tbe City of Nashville,
beiug part ol Lot i. 87, in Balch at Whiteside's addi
tion to Nash v-lie, fronting on the West side of spruce
street forty-feet. Said Lot is sold for partition. ,-
Tkhms of Sats. Said lot will be soid upon a credit
of six, twelve and eighteen months, jfitb Interest
from date, except the sum or one iiuadren dollars
cash. - . DAVID C. LOVE,
July9-td ....-. Cierk and Master.
Valuable Eeal Estate
AM now offering at private sal my family resi
dence, adjoining tbe town of Waverly. ia the
feuuuiy of iiurai hreyi, silUHted immediately ea the
aiaiu ttage roaa lro u Nashville te Memphis aaa
withiu ball' a miie of the Nashville and North, west
ern Kailroau, containing aoout is acres or laaa-
welt improved. A neat and comiortabie dwelling.
house, kitcseu and other necessary oat homes, a
goodwehot never-falimg water, ic., c.
Also, my larir in okixiub couuit, immediately ea
the stage road, and 'within oue mne wl the V. M.
YV. Kuuroad.c nt .iinngaoout 'tHi aerosol via or waich
U in cu.tivat.on. lliere are iao four good Qrsaa
laita, well cituated as to Block water, with a heVer.
failing supp y both lor stock aud family uu. Ihe
mipruveiuuts couslst of a aemt and cinmraedioas
ueliing-bouse, ailh Kitcheus and other tiecaasary
out houees. Tuts ptave is well know a to tbe travel
ing community as Giant's Tavsrs ttlaud, tfve miios
tiom the Teiinessee river , asd fur miles treat the
tow a ol Catndea. Benton ouuBty, Tena. '
Terms i.nerai. soriortner parucuiars appiy
tbe subscriber near Waverly, Humphreys eo.,Ta
3 now open lor the reception of visitors. On and
, after luesday the d day ot July Mr. Jsaeaa
faautsa will run aa accomraodatina Omnibca I earing
the tiewoinee Mouse every Tuesday , fhars lay , and
staiunlay at 6 o'cleOc, A. St., arriving at the Springs
to diuner tare two ooiiars omce aea register at
Sewanee House. The medical qualities of these
hprings are well known. ,For dyspepsia, diseases of
tue Uver, ana tor compiainis inctceat w icmaies,
they are unsurpassed. Ifcere are live sulphur
springs of different qualities, beaides free stoae and
newl disc) vend chalybeate. " '
Tcron"' Day ... 91 M
u Week ...
" Month., .50 p
Horreper week 8 60
Children aud servants half price.
WM. f . YEATMaS, ,
. J. KRtODEa,
June30-2m. , Ssperia eadeaU.
P UR'EnWIN ES,
Just recetved and for kale by
ETIEX5E LAHBfltlT & CO.,
y COLONNADE BUILDINGS, ,
IVo; 53 Cherry St., IVaahTille.
e rt CASKS genuine Heldsieca ChamaaxM;
JJ Maaea puis;
ftii cases Ylcns Ceps Chamuagae, 3. Iaassewr,
60 de Ooa Paradis, Chana agae;
Ckasibertin ttparkiing buxrnady; .
Bqrgunay Wines; . ,
thuxean aeyao Claret;
pUits; - .
Cootnae Claret, first quality; " . f
.Laruse.Lafite and Margaret; '
Sherries, the finest braads. -
Royal bociety Port;
Thus. Hine Braady;
Old Coeoac: - '
. : loo
. . 38
aseortea Cordials, Paris Perdeaaa;
do Absyntbe Edward Paraet, Course;
do Real Tuna vermoaui;
do llallaa Wines;
do bparkllng Nebbkilo;
do do BracbeUo; .
do da ' Muscat;
do White Astl; : -
do Barolo 44
do Atocarone,Teroeci!ll, Rtighietta, Ma;
do and tin Luces Olive OU;
direot European exportaUoas per harlt Ah.
bmo APFEXNINK B1TTEE.3, recommecded f
he most eauaeat physician. .
ETU-XXik LAMBERT k CO-,
JMylstf NoMCsarry Btreet
TTestaa in put" 1
W la its wsU. ;t
) streets, at. Louis, no.
VltT v - v-
g CO CJIVj if.
TX rrtairof-; .
.te ttale tnd T"
j rnnctpar- rpvr-o tn