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HORirS SILVER BiliD!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND
N THE CITY, will attend to mil calls for music both
home and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
charge. The Band ia composed of -
with a complete set of new silver Instruments.
All rails for
music, for furerais, pic-u..-,
asdes and jubilees, wi!
riU be attended . rrompuy.
' W. L. HORX,
prZ7-ly ' Sooth College Street.
Health and Happiness
THE CO.CLNloffERFDlj REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNSearly ,NDISCRETI0N
FOR EARLY IN DISCRETION
uL-c rhaaresufferlnc from tkeeBects
Y TAiturali'ndiacretioncan be surely andperma
A Q-TJ AVI T A E,
Rtmtdy o f Great and Certain Power.
Thirrcmedyisput np in small vials, and can be
rnt b mailto any address. A trial will satisfy.
Cseitiura week, and yoa "V.PuTarVien
enettt. A circularconlainingfull particular, .sent
(free) on application. Price, per Dome .
Out bottle will.'asl a month.
N B Thieromedy issuitabieforeilheraex.
K . CR"GEK, Meaica i a. cu i ,
47 Broadway New York
if.llonaT's Pills.-Bilious and Bowel com
..Lunw an- speedily cure 1 by a steady perseverance
;.h ,, n,tdicinf3. In Fever and Ague, the efflca-
cy of t!iw remedy u almost beyond belief; it sbouM
be reported to as soon as thedaease is suspected f.om
recuring cbillr and Ouabes, biliousnesa, loss of appe
t:t?r furred Uiiue and dry kiu. .1.1 everywhere.
roui the Ladies' TLitor, New York,Scptou.bor,K..9.
5'Ai-W.-.c-8PkEFAaEnGuheema to be universally
.i.,...i l.v hunsoLeencrs wherever it goes: it is
precL-eiy the ready reliable adhesive substance need
nd forrepairui? furn.ture and household ware.
.U-srs. Clark, GatcoET k Co. Nashville. G. uta: I
have a d .oghtor that has been afflicted with sore eyes
for two years. I have from time to time employed
throe of the best physicians in my neighborhood
to noeflX-t. One of them told me it was a scrofulous
.nw-t .,n. and would take a long time to cure.
....w.t ia trv a bottle of your Ambrosial Oil
acted l.ke a charm ?he can now see very well she
i.ad been rr the past six months so bad she could
see her way ab. i.t the hooFe. I would have paW
almt anvpura for the restoration of ber s.ght.--O.efmy
rent botile has produced the happy result
JAMES M. RANEY.
Pise Grove, Rolrfrtf.n County, Tennwte.
We would rxrt j:ularly call the attention of onr
readers to a remedy known as McLean's Strength-
-;n r.wdialandElood PuriUer. H is o
i...i.f.. rpdf. We therefore say to all, call at
. and te?.t for yourselves its intrinsic mer
... i 13 d.lioos to take. We ask our lady readers
u. trr it. ? the advertmetuent iu another column.
loial Havana Lottery.
rn, followine numbers drew the priaciiul pr.z.-s iu
tbe drawing of July 17th, 1560:
v- iv ,m I No?. Prizes
i .a-k 5100,000
1 & 7
Numbers C9, 1
1411. 295, 3913,
T7T 7803 S3- 5, 8461, 9123, 9343..
10 4W. 11,223, UJB04. S2M. 12.120, 12.1W,
1515,12,14 004, 15-23, 17 255,18,275 1S..13,
ifcai 19 9.5. 19 S53. 29.105, 20,tw, i,w.z,
.oWonsoo 23.637.24,704,25 435, 25,478 , 25,716
oS9M5. 25-723. 27,047, 2:04l, 3,892, 23,S93,drew
"TUP $30,000 prize, I am informed, vas drawn by
Teer k Co Extra ofBarana Carrefpoa-
.Unct r.f LkarUsto M'rotry, pullti! Jul SO, lw.
The nezt drawuig of thLs celebrated Lottery will
...t- nlr.ro on the 4th of An;urt. For part'culara see
advortisemnt in another columu.
... . n.ir interest iu the firm of
1 I.aVC sum vuk iuj
- l. .oDrr In PaVID HCMPUBKT. wllO
.lCHiir , -
will continue the business as heretofore. I wul
i.t bin. in winding np the business of the old
Arm, and solicit for him a continuance of the patron
a"e bestowed r-u the old nrm.
"j..ly 2, 18C0. J- C XICHOION
In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible,
;-innc,mi!.forBhort time I will
Vnr y cutire stock at cost, for cash.
i kM DAYID HUMPHREY
a c rp II II I For the INSTANT RELIEF and
1 N I II JlAa PERMANENT LI RE ol this dis-
res'ing complaint use
Made by C. B. SEYHOVR k CO., 107 NASSAU ST..N
V. Price $1 per box; sent rree oy post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
The ILc'islature of the St.te of Georg'a having
araed tbe following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro-
libitios the drawing of lotteries within its jurisdic
i. .nor the la d iv of June. 1860, we will on that
lay , remove onr entire business to Wilmington, Del.
. WOOD, El 'OY W ,
. - ., M.mpera of the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentork SUte Lotteries.
lo repeal all laws.and parts of laws,aulboriziog Lot- j
bwi in the Stat of Georgia, and tor omer pur
Skctios 1. IA General Assrmblf of Georgia do euaet.
Inat from and artT the first day of Jnne, tiguteen
Eundred and Six.y.all Uwsand parts or lawi anthor
: i-, the State ot Geortia. or the vend-
. r i ..r Tickets in said State, be and the Fame
are hereby repealed.
Approved by tbe Governor.
IKH-eniber 11,1 i8. maj li-tf
KI G"S DISPENSARY
FOR PRIVATE DISUSES.
. . rR KING, formerly of New York, lor
JtTf L h last fiir years of Louwviile, ky
TO n r aD,l wbo Ins devotea Uu hotiuw
ireaimdt of private dweases r.r o years, nji
lfri h:m-i IT, h .ving auended to a practice tor so uva
, Tears, and cured so manj thousands, be U eca
juleii to cure all diseases of a private nature, uo mat
Mr Low bal they ma be friMu injudicious medicol
tw-atm-it. or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's
Ic-prtisurv is No 23 Deader street, between Cber
i j aud the square, second story, where he cures all
rfiieajea t a wnvaie nature.
Gosorbhfa rurea witb.mt nauseous medicines or
f ermce with bastuess.
M.jcrtaaot olo or recent date, effectually cured
in a few dave, by an operation wo-ch causes no pain.
Waere a Stricture ;xists health cans, t be enjoyed.
frt baps no diswae cao.es more mischief and under
uiairs the conrtituLon so much
rrniiiL, with all tbe diseases of the ikin, rrO" ing
ut of neglect or bad treatment, can 1 eflcctuaUy
riKd in a lew day.
Maun Vuueh. Particular attention baring
been given lo this daoASe, and all the couseuuci.ceii
kreuc out of it, brought on in many cases by the
aemrociive habua of IbConEKier.te youtus,and ex
cesaive moulgence of the tassi.jns, a cejlect of which
wiU unJermine the eotuoitution , renuerlng tbe sub
ject ..ntit tr busmesa or society ,and ca.suig prema
ture old ae.
females who may be laboring with any c LiBcuHy
tit tbe Womb may rest assured of immediate relief.
Pers-ous residmg abroad, by writing atd staling
their case, iiha f.e ncle', directed lo lr. A.
KiOfe', No. -St I)emderK.k si rret, Nashville, Trnn., will
have the necessary meilKiues aeui wirir auurean.
with necessary direciitui. sirici r-vcrrcy uu.crv.ra.
oc hours trt.ra 9 o'clock is the moruiug unt 1 9 in
,he evening. July 10-ndly
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
rE have cm band several hundred dozen Quarts
ana Half Gallon of tiHrae famous t run jars.
Th. umnlesi. cbeaoevt and best ar tele yet fflri nted
fi r the preaerratiuii of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest'. Jar. preserve 8tukibI
Tempest. Jar. preserve BastbamisI
Tempest'. Jar. preserve Blackbuuubs I
TempeaW. Jar. preserve Pis Platt I
Tempest'. Jars preserve Pxachi I
Tempest's Jar. preserve Pirns I
I . Temp-art's Jar. preserve Qitacxs I
Tempos'. Jar. preserve Cbxwjue. I
Tempest's Jar. preserve Tomatoes 1
fVe haves full .apply of Arthur'. Clag, Stone and
fla Jar. of all sues.
XLdO. Ladiow'. G la. and Tut Jar., ail atzes
which we are ottering at coat price, a. we feel aaaured
Tempest's Stone Jars
moia Mperel all others.
Jaot&Zc MACKENZIE WINCH IN.
PE Groand Stock F.ed, for fale low by
jno-U ' hSSJ. F. SH1ELU1 CO. ,
Tuesday MQRXixg, august t: isco
HOCK CITY MILLS;
RETAIL PRICES. -liD.mi
Flonr in 9aes S 1 la half bags !
r.iTH,-kt,rvdo. 4 25; " 2 15
E..-te do-- 3S0; 1M
Mixed Brsn,perlOOlb...onedollar .
rirs Meal. perbushel,$l 08.
Delivered to ill parts of the city. . . sepl-ly
M0TE2EMS OP THE RAILROADS.
Departure of Passenger Trains.
. Nashvillb AChattaxooga -4 A.M. , 3 P. M.
T-xesri A Alabama 4tl5 A.M., 3:0O P M.
Locnmux Ac Nashville 5:00 A.M.,5:SO P.M
" " GaiUtiuExpreEs4:30 P.M.
(.DGsriEiD & K.IXTTCKT 1:30 A.M., 2:45 r.M
Arrival or Passenger Trains.
NASamXEfcCBATTASOOGA P. M..8 A.M.
TrassasEB & Alabama 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
l.orif villi! A Nasuvills 305A.N,2:ia r.at.
" Gallatin txpresi-$1 0 A.M
Edgefield k KasTrcKT 1 A.M., 1 Y. M.
43- We are authorised to announce S. N. UOL
LINGSWORTH as a candidate for re-election to the
office of Mayor at the next .Municipal election.
jwa- We are authorized to announced R. B. CHEAT
HAM as a candidate for the office of Major at the
next Municipal eleclion. july!2-io
We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing mnni-
3- We are authorized to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election us Councilman for the 5th Ward,
at the ensuing Municipal election. june7-te
TTp We are authorized to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 6th
Ward, at the ensuing MuncipUl election.
We are authorized to announce P-ob. L.
Crenshaw as a candiilate for Alderman ot the 4lh
ward. July 16-td.
jfg- We are authorized to auimuuce .1. C. McFER
RAN as a candidate for Alderman for the Second
to" We ar authorized t auiiouijoe Ir. A. A.
TTATfTtFR . a r-inilicl.itf for Councilman for the
Eighth Ward. jul2T-te
3- ISAAC PAO.will s.-rve. if re -eWted Council
man from the Seventh Ward. jul 27- te
if t art mithnri'ett to aunouuee JAMES T
BELL a candidate for Cnnncilman for the Second
43" We are authorized to announce WM. fHAXE as
a candidate for re-elwtinu as Councilman of the Tliira
HWe are autborizel to announce GEOhGE DAR-
riFV.-xiacaiiilidateror reelection as wonciimmoi
the Third Ward. juiyzs-te
Wo reauthorized lo announce G. E. H. MARTIN as
a candidate for Councilman from the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Jr.,
as a candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward at the
nest election. aug9-te
The City preaa.
The Gazttle. One of the longest sentences
to be louod outside of the speeches of RcFrs
Choate,i3 that which begins an article in the
Ga-xtie on the subject of -'Theory and Trac
ljce" not the Theory and Practice of M. di-
cine. but of almost everything eh-e. The ar
ticle is well written, evincing thought and
care : but is too labored for the present range
of the thermometer. The general reader pi e-
fers something light and cool this weather,
and there is quite too limited a demand for
ponderous articles to justify the wear and
tear of the mental machinery necessary to
get them up. An article the perpetration ol
which reqiuresmore than a fk-et-footed fifteen
minutes, culd be as indigestible as a log
chain or adouble-handfall of ten-penny nails.
The Union. Our Breckinridge contempo
rary np on the corner of Chnrch and Cherry
streets, is coming down to his Sunday work
very handsomely, ne comes down npon the
devoted head of Mr. Bell with three columns
about "His 'past History connected with the
rublic Service.' " The obj.-ct of this tre
mendous effort at a campaign document is to
Bhow that Mr. Bell, some thirty-odd years
a?o. believed that Mr. Buchanan told the
truth when he declared that Mr. Clay had
been guilty of bargain and corruption "We
cannot imagine what the Union hopes to gain
by proving that Mr. Bull had much more
confidence in the honesty and veracity of
Mr. Buchanan than after developments
showed them to be entitled to. Mr. Bell
may have believed, as thousands of other wise
and good men did, that the charge or bar
gain and corruption against Henry Clay was
true ; but the simple fact that he canvassed
the State of Tennessee in defense of Mr. Clay
against that charge when he found it to be
false, is all the vindication he needs. Let the
Union procetd. Up to the hour of going to
press nobody is hurt, and the latest returns,
which are from the most vulnerable parts ot
the country, 6trongly indicate that nobody is
going to be-
llit Banner. Our neighbor of the Banner
devotes the whole of his space to tbe very
able sneech of John J. Crittenden, which
we al.o published yesterday.
jj-The Third Ward Bell and Everett
Club meets to-night, (.Wednesday) Then-
will be an address delivered by a member of
the Club. Let there be a lull attendance.
3The EdgeCeld Bell and Everett
Club will meet at John Cown'a Hall, North
Edgefield, on next Thursday night, August
9th. Every Uuion man in tbe district is
earnestly invited to attend. Prominent
speakers will attend.
By order of the President.
Q.C. Degrovk, Secretary.
3r A gentleman of this vicinity com
plains to ns that on several occasions, while
driving along the streets with his wile, he
has been nearly run over by drays running
at full speed. There are but two remedies
lor such rudeness on the part of draymen
hand tbem over to a policeman, or jump out
of your buggy and pitch into them with a
slick. The latter will be the first plan to
suggest itself to you, and had as well b
adopted, as it is more convenient, and is
sooner over with.
Nobody while crossing the street, ought to
run to get out of the way when be sees a
dray or hack coming. This is so constantly
done by both ladies and gentlemen, that the
drivers of these vehicles have come to think
that they have the first right to the road in
spite of the law to the contrary, and that
they can rnn down men, women, and cnil-
dren with perfect impunity. They will
probably never find out their mistake until
h ilf a duzen of them are carried home on a
shutter, each with the indentation of a brJcK-
bat on bis head.
It hasn't been very long siucc we saw a
hack dashing down Cherry street with such
recklessness, while two young ladies were,
crusang just ahead of the horses, that the lat
ter hardly escaped by exercising a degree of
presence of tniad and activity that few ladiea
can command under such circumstances. The
whole thing was done with such astounding
don't-care-a-cusbitivenesa on the part of the
backman, and he passed around the corner
and was gone so quickly, that nobody who
witnessed the scene had time totbiakofa
brickbat, or to nse it ifhejad had one.
Such things ought to be stopped. '
The Mempiiu Avalanche. Mr, M. W.
Clcsket, late of Washington city, has pur
chased the interest of the late Colin M.
Campuku. in the Memphis Avalanche, and has
become one of the editors. Mr. McClu.kky
is the author of a work known to politicians
as "The Political Text Book' and is a flue
JP&. The colored gentleman who runs the
apple-Eland at the mouth of Hor Allej. od
Union street, got hia nose cared In yesterday
with a broom-stick. ..It seems lie . bad par
chased a number of watermelons at the Mar
ket House for the retail trade of Union street-
and having got tbem on a slioi t credit, the
seller called around to collect the liilU' Dut
the 'Tetiiil dealer7' complained of a want of
fund", and when jobber "' proposed to take
the "gooda" back, the former flared up and
talked "sassy.' Whereupon the white man
fell iato him with a broomstick, as herein be
. Did on the Street. A Coronera In
quest was held about 2 o'clock, P. M. yester
day, upon the body of B. A. Jotce, who
died on the side-walk in front ot the ofibe of
Dr. J. W. Morton, corner of Cherry and
Deaderick streets. The verdict 'of the jury
was that he died from the effects of liquor,
combined with excessive heat.
Mr. Jctce was formerly a steamboat clerk,
and also a deputy clerk of one of the courts.
lie possessed excellent business qualifica
tions, and was known in Nashville as "a
good-hearted fellow, who was nobody's ene
my but his own," having been very dissipated
for many years. About 12 o'clock yesterday
he was seen to stagger across Cherry street
and fall against the end of Dr. Morton's of
fice, where he remained leaning against the
the wall for. some time, evidently la
boring under the effects of mama aportu. In
this condition he was seen by Messrs. James
M. Brien, of Broad street, and Fiianx.
Neklet, of the Adams Express, who removed
him to the cellar-door of the office, out of
the intense heat of the sun, where he died in
about twenty minutes. Immediately after
his removal. Dr. J. W Stout came np, and
with the help of several other gentlemen
made an effort to save him, but in vain.
Mr. John L. Kirby has purchased the inter
est of Mr. G. S. Gray in the Gallatin Exam
iner, and that pap-r will nereatter be pub-
lish'-d by Messrs. Boyers Kirby. - Mr. Kir
bv has added creatlv to the interest ot the
Examiner during the past year as its Local
Editor. e wish the new firm every possible
success. I'mon Of AmTwan.
Mr. Kirby is one of the best local editors
connected with the country press in the
South, and he has indeed added greatly to
the interest of the Examiner since his con
nection with that paper.
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
At the regular meeting of the Board of
Aldermen yeslerday, the report of the R ve
nue Collector showo col lee ions since last re
port amounting to $3,512 55 for corporation
purposes, and $1,142 37 for school.
The report or the water lax Elector
shows collections since last report amounting
mar to $3,468 70.
The Recorder reports collections during
he month of July f.ir License Privileges,
tc.. amounting to $1,002 84, and on account
or nnes collected $273 30.
Mr. Hamilton, from the Committee on Fi
nance reported on sundry accounts amount
ing to $500 95, and recommended their pay
ment, which was ordered.
Mr. McGinnis presented the report of the
V hart Master, amounting to $lbb iu.
The President, Mr. Cheatham, presented
the report of the Second Clerk of tbe Mar
ket, showing collections in July amounting
to $323 25.
The report of the Sexton of the City Ceme-
try, shows that during tbe month of July
there were 64 interments 51 wbites and 13
blacks; 5C from the city and 8 from tbe
county. Tbe mortality for July Is tbe same
as lor June, and tbe proportion or children
and adults is about tbe same.
Mr. Cox read a communication from Messrs.
G. M. Foeg, Neil S. Brown, and R. J. Meigs,
in relation to a call by the Board, giving it
as their opinion, that the City Council bad
no authority to prevent tbe fx. & N. W. R. R.
entering the city and forming a connection
with the Edgefield and Kentucky and the
Louisville and Nashville Railroads.
President Cheatham, Aid. Horn in the
Chair, presented a few remarks to the Board
on this subject, explaining bis position with
regard to tbe matter, as a benefit or injury to
Mr. Hamilton presented a memorial from
Fire Company No. I, in relation to the sale
of their Engine, and other apparatus. Re
ferred to Finance Committee.
The bill to authorize the Mayor to par-
chase the (jrordon Wharf 1 roperty, was re
Tne bill to nave lilacs llorse or tlog Al
ley, repaired and improved, was passed.
For the Daily Patriot.
Oh ye meeting of ye Council of Braves to provide
wampum" for ye little Indians how ye calumet was
broken and ye Council disturbed by a'fuss" in ye wig
wam," and how ye 'great Medicines" went out from
ye Lodge with their "war-paint'' on, seeking scalps.
The Sachems met at Baltimore,
From North and South they came,
Some with hearts and hands as pure
As snow, while others wrought the ore.
And talked of civil war and gore
At stake upon the game.
Old Cubhing, from the land of pegs,
And Yancey from the land of cotton, -Poor
''party hacks," on their last leg3,
From land of "notions" and "nutmegs,"
liSIilwaukie bricks," and "Creole eggi"
That long ago were rotten.
Cute Caleb '-pegged" into the Chair
llis boat is ever ably paddled
Fierce Yancey "wasn't anywhere"
The '- hacks" all wished he wasn't (here,
lie grated nutmeg-men unfair
The "Creole eggs" were addled.
Tho Whigs were buried king ago,
(Most horrible and sad diaster,)
The Locos (you know how they blow,)
So long had heard the rooster crow
In triumph o'er a fallen foe,
Xot heeding now, denied their master
Denied to Stehiex A. the right
To be '-Big Ingin" in the "pow-wow," ;
And drew the belt so very tight
lie hadn't room to breatbeor fight,
Nur legs half long enough for flight.
When "Mose" proclaimed a "row."
Division fierce rose in the camp;
The roofnor couldn't crow for all.
And though '-Old Stephen'' lit the lump,
It wouldn't burn tie air teas damp
And '-Cwno.V threatened soon to l-tramp,"
Unices she had tbe Shanghai tall.
The generals marshaled well their '-stairs"
Eat-h put a rooster in the "pi''
King Cotton brought a pair of "gafls,"
His hosts were '-coming tho giraffes"
While in the corner Yancey laughs,
For well he knew they'd never fit.
- i - '
Steve" wouldn't put them on, nor try.
But ordered from the Land of Pork
Buchanan's old ones Stephen, fief
You've knocked the "matter" into "pie"
You're doomed from Florida to York.
The crowd divided some to go
' With Stephen, till the fight waa "At."
The Yancey rooster 'gan to crow,
Twas very faint, but then, you know,
When Greek meets Creek, or foe meets foe,
There'll be "a dead cock in the pit."
The "Bookish 's' split from comb to toil,'
So longer is he to be dreaded,
He's both sides of Abe Lincoln's rail " - !
Too liyht to sink, too frail to nil . $
Against the wiud or breast the gale,
Unless the parta are tordjd.
A house divided soon must fall
' Brkk" U the matron of the bourd,
One half tho boys obey that call, . :
The rest are whimpering very smalt,
And quote somebody may be Paul -'
Matron, "obey your Lord." .
- We knew they wouldn't, so we placed
A fug-Ban. on the' solid rock
Of Uio.t, that tbe weak who chased : .
-. A butterfly, 'till nigh disgraced,
PerchancerA)re long, with steps retraced, .
- For safety there will Sock.
Th pealing now through mist and gloom, .
As earnest a. Muezzin's call ' --
Docola. is withered bloom : '
"Baaat" a rose without parfutne
Lwoou a shadow of the tomb
While Bu' a glorious peal for aU.
AKXHDEBr, Miss., July ISth, I860. ,
- .Loxqax Cocvrr. Er.--We are Indebted to
a gentleman of this 'city for the following'
vote in Logan county, as far as heard from
when be left Ratselrille : Combs 634; Bol
uxo 130; McClIbtt 38." ,
ScDDKJi Dkxth. We learn ! that a ma a
named Eaoav, a stranger la the city, died in
the Depot of the Nashville and Chattanooga
j Railroad on Monday morning last It is un
derstood thai he got on the cars at Cowan.
He complained of being sick, and - died soon
alter the cars arrived. We were able to learn
no further particulars. -"
Two Democrat.c Meetings. The Douglas
Democracy bad a meeting at the Market
House last night, and the Breckinridge De
mocracy had another in front of Fireman's
Hall on College Street." The" former was
addressed by Hon. N. D. Coleman, ot Louis
iana,' and the latter by J. J. Tcrxer, Esq., of .
Gallatin. Mr. Coleman spoke to about three
hundred men,' Mr. Turner to about one hun
The Agent of the Adams Express and
J. 3. Sullivan have our thanks for the usutl
For the Daily Patriot.
To 311mm Kt O. F
OF NATCHEZ, MISS. ' . . . . '
She was a laughing, blue-eyed girl,
1 I With face and form divine,
-' Whose every glance did rapture send .
Unto this faithful heart of mine.
She moved along with fairy grace,
And sought by love to win
Tho hearts of those already hers,
. Whose love ne'er needed to be won again.
Days, months and years have swiftly flown,
Since last I saw her beauteous face,
But memory .till retains its own;
Her image from H time can ne'er erase.
And even now, while far away,
On her my thoughts delight to dwell,
Deep sorrow mingles with the Joy,
When I bid thee, Katy, a long farewell.
J. B. S....
Kasuvillb, August 0lh, 1860.
Tbe Express Frieght Train.
On the Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad, will
commence running on the 321 of July in close roo-
nexuon with th Express Train on the groat Southern
I .me, via. Charleston aud Savannah and continue dar
ing the business season. Through time from New
York EIGHT DAYS.
July28-tf E. W. COLE, Supt.
1UT AM TTr.1 nllAAi
MOneV Hard tO COlleCt.
By reason of which we are offering our
large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS, very cheap for Cash, or to
prompt paying customers on time.
WARD, BERMINGHAM & CO.
Notice. The members of Seventh Ward
Bell and Everett Club are notified to attend
a meeting on Monday night, 6th inst, as im
portant business is to be transacted. Seve
ral emminent speakers will address the Clnb.
The public, and the ladies in particular are
respectfully invjted to attend.
lne UrOVer Z HSLKGT BTJeCiailBiairi8eieclta wr tne long term. The Leg-
R. H. Brocxwat, representative of the
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company,
offers a special premium of One Hundred Dol
lars Cash, for tbe best specimen of family
sewing exhibited at tbe next State Fair, to
beheld at Nashville, September 10th, 1860.
Tho ,nrlr tn Jnn. Kw u UA 7.t I
' J J '
No persons connected with our offices will
be permitted to contend for the premium.
july28-deoAw till Sep. 10.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
Strengthening; Cordial and
The Greateat'Semedy in the World, and the
delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken. -
It is strictly a sci
entific and Veget
procured bv tbe i
Herb, and Bark .
Yellow Dock, Blood
Boot, Black Boot,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion eaters in
to its compositioa.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling, j
Moretaiinicous, eihueraungWter taking.
sp. it, and tbe most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring: tbe sick, suffering
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength
XvcLtcau's Strengthen. nit
WILL rFFECTCALLY CURE
L.lrer Complaint. DTsveosla Jinn
Chronic orKervou. Nebility, Disease of the Kidney,
and all Diseases arising from a disordered liver er
gf -macb, Dy.pep.ia, Heartburn, Inward Pile., Acid
ity or Sickness of tbe Stomach, Fullness of Blood to
the Head, Dnli Pain or Swimming In the Head, Palpi
WUon of tbe Heart, Fullness or Weight in the
:omacn, Boor Krnctatvn., mokiog or Suffocating
reeling wbeu lying down. Dryness or Yellowness at
the skim and Eye., Night Sweats, Inward Fever.
Pain in the Small of tbe Back. Chest or Side. 8udden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit., Frightful
Dream., Languor, lespondency, or any Nrrvoua
Disease, Sores or Blotches, on the Skin, and Fever
and Ague (or Chill, and Fever.)
Orer a Mil ion of Bottlts
Hsve been sold dariuf the last .ix month., and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire atbsaetloa
ttbo.tbeo. will suffer from Weakness or Debilitt
wh-n MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENLNO CORDlAl wlij
care your i ? . .
f o l. guage can eoavey aa adequate ides ol tne
immediate and aimost miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken Sown by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by .icknes. the
relaxed and nnstrnng organization is restored to iu
preune health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever caoae. I
regenerator of the syatem, and all who mav have In.
tared themselves by improper indulgence, will flod
in the Cordial s certain and speedy remedy.
, . TO THE LADIES,
lrleLean'a BtrensTnenlnc Cordial '
I. a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Meustrnation, IncoaUBeace of
Urine or Involuntary 1 4chanre thereof. Faliinr nf
he Womb, Giddiness, Fainting, and aU Disease, inci
dent to Female.
Theie Is bo mistake A boat It.
Suffor no longer. Take it accord in r to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and Invigorate yoa and
cause tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, puny or srfflictad. Mr
Lead's Cordial will make them healthy, at and ro
bust. Delay sot a moment, try it and von win ha
It Is Dellelons to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of DroggurU or Dealers who
may try to palm upon yoa some Bitter, or Sarsapa-
ruia iraau, wuicn uey can suy coeap, oy stymg it IS
iuit as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean.
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is
tne omy remeay tna wui purny tae mood thor-
ouguly, and at the same tune strengthea the tyatetn.
One tabh-spoonfal taken every morning fasting, Is
a certain preveniive for Cbotera, Chilis and Fever.
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It ia rmt no
in large b-Atles. . . .
Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottle, for $5
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, .McLean's Tel
came Od Liniment. - . ..- :
Pnnciiial Depot aa the corner of Third and Pine
Streets, til. Louis, Uo.
Sold by W. W. BEAKY DEilOYLLLE. Naahvilla.
and all respectable Drag gists everywhere.
mr lo-dios Awly
; , DIsMlntl6h."-'-:''..t:Vi-
THE firm of MANSFIELD, GLLLOCJC k CO. to this
day dissolved by mutual consent. H. P. Guxock
having disposed of his entire interest in the nrm, to T.
L. Maxsfiklb aad C P. Ltoks, who alone are aothorised
to use the name of tbe nrm tn liquidation. - The bust.
will hereafter be conducted under the arm and
style of MANSFIELD, LYONS k CO.. at their cM
stand 33 and &i Broadway.
signea, v . r. - - . t. L. MANSFIELD.
. - v -A Vi . - H. P.GILL0UC, :
L , a P. LYONS.
Nashville, July 7th, 1860. v a - . t.i-7
E retiring from the above firm I return my sincere
hank, to the public for the oatronaa-e bestowed sn
oa ns, sad solicit a continuance of tbe same to my suc-
cceun. . H. P. GILLOCEL
i Kontaekf Election. f
' 'Xourarnxic, Aug. 7. Indications are that
Combs baa carried the Stat- by from 5,000 to
10,000 majority. His majority La Jefferson
county is 3.206. ,y
Cincinnati, Aug. 6. The returns in Ken
tucky to-day for Clerk pf the Court .'of Ap?
e?aU Indicate the election of Combs, the1
akin candidate, by a large , majority.?
Georgetown precinct 'gives Combs 122 ma
jority. Williiunstown gives Combs 97 major-?
iir. - Mavcville eires Combs 153 maiontv.
Fayette county. gives Combs 700 inajoiity
conroon county gives lmb 380 mHjority,
Nicholas County eires Combs 125 majority,
Campbell county gives Combs 650 majority,
vovington city gives Uombs 500 majority
Frankfort gives Combs 147. ; . , ;
7 .1 North Carolina Election
PtfiTaB-BCKU, Vtu, Aug. C The Express
ncatral, has received the .following front a
reuaoie source at Kaleign ,, . . . , , xy
. i ull returns from 45 counties show a net
gain for Pool of 3.009 over Fillmore's vote.
These 45 counties constitute two-thirds of the
popular vote of the State. . Admitting that
a-ooi wui gain in tne same ratio in the re
mainder ot the State. Ellis's majority will be
7.5 8 1. . .The Democratic majority in the State
win be reduced considerable, but Is too large
to oe overcome. Tne Democrats have evi
dently carried the State, : - :
Arrival etlttae Steamer Canadian.
New York, Aaz. 7. The steamer ' Cana
dian bas arrived at Farther Point with Liver
pool dates of tbe 27th
Cotton. Sales of the week 48.000 bales
middling and low grades in many cases de-
cunea $ y otoer qualities very irregular
sales Friday 8000 bales closing firm. Wheat
advanced la2. Corn, prices easier but quo
tations unchanged. Provisions dulL
It ia reported that tbe convention relative
to tbe intervention of the Great Powers, was
Kigned at farts Thursday, i -
The Uoodwood C-UD was won bv Sweet
banco. &iarita was fourth in the race.
ur tne week's Cotton sales Kpeculators
too: 1600, ana t xporters 1L000 bale: Or-
I D l.fl. - " ..... - ' ...
inuBiAir if, uneHus minailnjf Si: Mobile
rnar , niouue miauttng ; Upland Fair 6
Upland middhug 6f; stuck at Liverpool
A06.wu uniea, ot wiiicn 1.11 4. OUO bales ar-.
American. . . ; !. i. a. U
Manchester advices are unfavorable, then
IV. Ia l!tl- ? a .
i8 u unie tuquiry sua prices weak.
Arrival of the steamer Arago.
New York, Aug. 7.-Tbe steamer Arago
I. .. J T i . ... o
um amreu. xtr nates are anticipated.
Excursion, .a ?
Detroit, Aug. 6. A lurge parfy of exenr-
Biouiets iroin &.entacky, Aiissonrl, Alabama,
Louisiana, and Texas, invited bv the several
railroad, arrived here this afternoon tn route
ror Niagara r alls, and are being entertained
this evening by a grand ball at the Russell
uouse. Amonir tbem are manr nrominent
I sHwmern genuemen, i ie ssew Orleans press
being largely represented They leave to-
Southern gentlemen, t ie New Orleans press
morrow by special train.
Independdnck, Aug. 7. The New Mexican
mail of July 2d has arrived. The Mexicans
are warring against the Indians victoriously.
Judge Baird, Attorney General of the Terri
tory, nas resigned.
Hendersok, Ky., Auar. 7. There who
severe shock of earthquake this morninjr at
half.naat Q o'.lvlr I : r l . .
r - - ,.m, owuK eigui or ten
seconas, causing much consternation.
i UAiAB, AUK. I.1D8 Mliorn I inos asa
interrupted to-night, preventing the recen-
linn nf Oi. n.n.1 . -!-... . '
w mv uou.1 uiaiari reports.
. Louisville, Aug. 7 The river ia falling
with 4 feet water in the canal. - ' ' -
St. Louis. Aug. 7. As far as heard. from,
Barrett's m ijor.ty for Congress, for the short
term is 4a. It is eenerallv conceded that
vr oxrra, art. jury t. jobnson 18
probably elected Governor by 10,000 majori
3 now open lor the reception of visitors. On and
after luesday the 3d day ot July Mr. Jeans
raaiuui wuirnn an accomrnouaunn Umnihti t eavinir
lua Sewaneo Honse every Tuesday .Thors lay .and
Saturday at o o clock. A. M.. arriving at tha Soring,
to dinner tare two dollars office and register at
ocwancv nuuH. xne mcuicat qualities of these
Springs are well known. For dyspepsia, diseases of
the liver, and for complaint, incident to females,
j " uu.imiihin. - Auero are 11 v o sutpour
i" uiuervut qualities, oestaes tree .tone and
newl discovered chalybeate.
Terms Per Day 1 60
" Week.; goo?
- " Month...... 30 00
Horse per week 35s
Children and servant, half price.
WM. r. YEATMAX, ..,
E. J. KREIDER, f
june30-Sm. Snperia endenU J
Valuable Real Estate
I AM now offering at private sale my family resi
dence, adjoining the town of Waverly, in the
county of Humphrey., situated Immediately on tbe
main t tage roaa irom masnvute 10 Memphis - and
within half a mile of tbe Nashville and North west
ern Railroad, containing about IS acres of land-
weu improved. A neat and comfortable dwelling,
bouse, kitchen and other necessary out house., s
good well of never-failing water, Ac., 4c.
Ahio, my farar in Benton county, immediately on
the .tage road, and within one mile ol the N. at N.
W. Railroad, e- nt lining about 260acres,100of woich
Is in cultivation. There are sim four good Grass
Ijots. well eituated as to slock water, with s never-
failing aupp.y both for stock ana family nse. Tbe
improveinuu ' cousist of a neat aud commodious
Dwelling-house, with Kitchens Sad other necessary
out-houses. This place 1. well known to the travel
ing community aa Clark 'a Tavern Stand, Ave antics
irom the Tennessee river , and four mile. Irom the
lowu ol Camden, Benton Bounty, Tean. ....
Term. I.berai. For farther particular, apply '
the subwribot near Warerly, Humphreys co., Ten
junei-fw v. W. RIVES ,
SMEDLEY, EGiN & CO.,
Ueceivlng & Forwarding
Lower Wliarf Boat, Jr. .
SaT" A Share cf rublic ' Patronage respectfully so
cited. .... Jnlya-3ni ,
A. V.JOSXSOV,.. I MO. O. TaSASOh.
Johnson & Treanor,
No, 0 Union Street, - -. t .
I HAYS 10 or It a res of as pretty Und, near the
T. ..TiJ, , IwJS" Ma i1 valley
JNO 8. PCTWAT.
Ciicuit Court at Nasbrillr.
MAT RULES, I860.
. DeHlahEe -J , '
j- Bm for Divorce, f i;. I
T appearing to the aatis faction of the Qerk and
X Master, from the allegations ia the but filed ia this
5.l,!fe"diUU Jaa" K--1 son-reaideot
of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary pro
eesstrf taw canno be served on him; it is therefore
ordered that publication be made in the Nashville
Patriot, a newsiper pablistaed In tbe city of Nash
ville, for four successive week., req airing the said
Defendant to appear at the September Term of the
Circuit Court er Davidson County, to be held at the
city of Nashville on the First Monday la (September
next, then and there plead, answer or demur to com
plainant a bill, or the same will be taken pre enfeut.
and set for bearing ex parte. r DAVID C. L0v2 1 1 ,
' tnerlr anA U - -
Clrcnlt Court at Nashville.
. JUTBnjs,BM.-; i
; niraAdkins , " '"
t n J" BU for Divorce.
James H. AdkinsJ - - - . . .
reappearing to astutfaetion of tbe Clerk aad
Mamer, from the allegations in the Bill Died in this
cause that the Defendant James H. Adklns, is a son.
reaiden of the Stsseef Tennessee, ss thai the oral
naryproMsw of law cannit be served oa him: it to.
therefore ordered that pubUcalioa be made In the
i"!Vi!.,l0t', Be P"Per published in the city
"rl"' fmr week., requh-ing tbe
ffn"' JJf " SnaemSr Teri of
vuo wiHuna UMaty. to be held at
the city of Valvule on tne First Monday U, Septern
UTnext. then an. ttjeere to plead , .n.wer or demur
to OtmiiUmast'. ail, or th same 'will be taken lire
enmexm and set for hearing ex parte. a v7
DAVTD a LOVE,
w ui jaaswir. .
';;;:':;;;10 6 0i';v?'r-?
eociseroa's Owes, cm Hau,V -
- ' - : July llta, j8o. -
TBOSt indebted to? Corporation Taxes for the
pre at ear, as well s. for the tax due the
Nashville and North-western Railroad. are hereby
notified to coma forward and pay the rams without
delay. This actios extend, to those ownlnr Beai
astate er Personal Property la the corpor.te limiu,
and thoee chargad with PoU Tax. Call at the ouic!
City liaU, spper ss of the Market He.
A, JSSXSOt. '
JalylMa--, mM CelieotoT.
i X, X '4 f .lailt Patriot Office. - ! ?
jasnviue, August 7i 18G0;;. f . -
i .1 ! i 1 ; a r A : - t.-i f . '
FLOUR.-The market is weH -tmpplitd.
Wf quote, wholesale J,' '.ij.';'; ' J ; ;
Extra ' "
bbik;;;-, r. i ; ; $cgc sol
.i 77 50.
i..r.... 3 50..".t
i JvTIEAT.j-The supplies are di awn princi
pally irem aoroau jvcry little Tenne?see
wheat beins offered. We qooto red at $1 1Q
I 15 per Loshel V. "white $1 201 25 per
busell ) .
CORN. White 85 per bushel; mixed 80c.
' OATSoocperbusheL'-1-1 -'
BACON None, pt. consequence ofl'eung.
We quote she alders at 10c.;" clear sides ISi .
hams 12c. fc., from wagons. From store
ia advance on these rate?. " ' '
iLAKD Is n demand and tells readily at
MEAL Is selling' at ;7580c.' bushel.
FEATHERS-We quote at 4042 jp, lb.
. GLNSENG-2530c. lb. -; ;
1 GROCERIES We quote ; Fair sugar
V S.; prime tochoicu 9i10c.; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 'lOJllcl ' fii,'
crushed and powdered ll12c; Loaf 11
12C 14 lb.'"; . .. -
' MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045o gaL; half barrels 45
4t5c; .Sugar House 4345c.' Golden Syrup
in. barrels 75c?" half birrels : SOc.f and tegs
(ten gals.) 85c -.0 '.4. -,
COFFEE. Rio 16i17cY Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920o. E. Stock light.
TEAT Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 4060 ; Black 60
Q,l 50. ' '
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 0$1 75 ; and Barrel at
4Dc.$ bushel. . ', ', .; . r
COTTON YARNS. The following are the
agents' quotations for Gotten Yarns: 700
aad 800, 3c doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
and400, 12c. V1.; :: ;
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2024c.
4 gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to qaalityV " - -' 5
CANDLES. Star 18e ! per lb.-for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow,iimmer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50c per lb. . ?
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per. box; ..W. E.
$2 50a2 75. , .,,' ,
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
.BRAN. $1 50 per cwt. 3
HAY $26 per'ton.
BEESWAX 26a27c per lb. -
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
" ' LTNOBBCTRO, August 6tll.
Wheat The arrivals of this slaole are vxcecdinel v
rinall, not being sufficient to admit of transactions of
any moment. - Only 500 bushels were brought down
per tbe Western Railroad Thursday , and but a few
bushels more the day previous. We suppose it
would take nearly as many thousand per day to sup
ply ail the mil s of the citv. when oneratiiii? tn thn
full extent for their capacities, to, as a conse
quence, ttiey are lying comparatively id!.
The receipts for tbe same ime last year were
much heavier. It is supposed that next week the ar
ticle will begin to come forward in good supplv. We
ca see no good reason why farmers should hi id back,
as the prospects for an advance are not enc juragiug.
We heartot small sales here of ex'ralots at as much
a. $1 37, but these must be regarded as extreme
Sgures,mdueed by tbe smalluess of supply. This is
more than can be obtained in auy market in tho Unl
ted States, the difference of transportation consider
ed. As evidence, we give quotations from other mar
kets. The Alexandria Gazette sav i i ;i 1 1 J .
" The new crop of whi at is at last coniintr in rirettv
freely, and tbe market may be considered fairly
opened and prices established, the range being Iroui
1 SO to SI 60c for white nd SI 20 to SI 30c lor
red. There is an excellent demand. and farmers may
reiy upon getting as goou prices, quality couaider-eu
for their wheat here as in any neighbor nz m irkets
The millers from Georgetown obtain most of their
supplies here. The Pioneer Mills are again in active
operation, ana mere 13 a nne export demand,"
lne Baltimore papers quote t
" Wheat was in better supplv than on vesterdav
some is. wv uusneis being at market, but tb de
mand for it was very brisk, and nearly all tho loui
offered were sold at SI 25S1 30 cents for rood to
prime red : St 1TSS1 20c. ior common white, at :ui
$l tbe. for fair do. ; 1 40$l 50 cents for good to
prime do.; and $160 for choice do. Wheat doted
Ilrm witn an upward tendency."
At Kicnmond and Petersbure. the uuotations for
jrhite are $1 3o$t 40, according to quality. Tbe
cuarges irom L.yncnDurg to eituer ol tbeso tilaces
are about fifteen cents so the balance is in favor of
our maraei. - - - --..- .
" ' LOrnmiiB.' AmrnKt 7
Floitk AXD GKAnr There in an in
but there is little doiug in old superfiue, as the t-tocJ
ia ueany ciiuusko. ne quote orauus or old fu
perflue at i 7 and new at S5 ; extra at $5 60(25 85
nn i ow tun a zo. ine curient rales for whe -
arevac lojiuj lor choice red and white, at whxh
figures farme a seem slow to opera to. The receipts
and sale, of the week have accordinelv been lurhi
The slock of corn is limited. Prime white commands
oxc. per ousnei, including tne Sacks, at which, rale
considerable transactions have been made for stocks
to go out or tne market. We quote ear corn frr.m
tore ai ouroaao. witnout tne saeks, with luhtatocks.
ueaiers are oueni g . nosic for the new eroo. but ir
some inataoces 30o. has oeen paid for tbe best irradea.
Prim new oats commands 3o36c from stare, and
I Jrtn.E. . ' .
um - w p-r uiujLi ana m uoraand
urM!v eocsvjc ior prime.' Malt M5csi luc. s
uiuiui.. iut nnoioi were is a steaav demand
wm saies aiooe. irom store. There is a good de
n.a-d for the Ulffeieut articlef of feed. We heard nr
sale, oi bran at ... and short, at $18 : .hipstuffs at
i , auu uiiuuiiuga at m ior targe tuts.
Provisio.ns l'here bas been a lull iu tbe provision
uuuavtb icri uiu. uw vniL aoinv in itu-. ri.L-
and some sales have been made at $19 60, but hold
era generally uemana we now auote at ia ;
z0 for mess; $19 for thin mes $13 50 a S14 50
r ugai w, aaiv; rump ; ve tor shoulders ; 12c
for rib side. : 12 vo for clear rib sides i l3ii mr
j auu iur cut ciear siaes : 13 a
130 for plain canvasaed to sugar cured hums, ana
1.1' d T -J.- tm u.-a ..i W I . .
markets .by Telegraph.
Nrw OaLEANsAui?. 5' 7. Cotton n?ilt
sales . to-day 200 hales, including 80 bales
new cotton. Sales of 3 days 1150 balm: r.
.At.ia r 1 AO1 V . I t . . .' .
rl " j waico, against o bales
during the corresponding time last year; to
tal receiptB at, this port . ahead f last year
455,750 bales; total receipts of ne W f-nttitn
np to date 550 bait,; against 31 bales np to
the same time last year. Corn dull at 5675.
Messpora field at 22.00. Lard steady; in
Kegs lie. : ALola&ses, nothinir done. TobMrtr
nrm; prices suner butquotaiions unchanged
bterltug exchange on bills of ladinir
Ol .ft avT V v i O
ojtt. ivew io signt exenanze 5a? Dremi-
a-.M .. T?..La a 2 aw w O M.
For Rent or- JLease.
WILL rent or lease mv nlace neartiio i.,iJ.
L boro'Pike two mile, from the citv for ih i,nM
juar,orwiui tne pnvuege orave years. There i.
a convenient Brick Dwelhns With Kib-.kM .i.h
SUbiea, and a splendid weU of excellent water.
mere are twelve acre, of superior land suitable for
rumK in aiuus oi marxetmg.
roofer i .;-itfts ;-i LorjisLEwia.
1 ' - . .: i . -
Louisville and Nashville
RAILROAD, v.j -. ,
.-CilANOli OP TIME.
TWO through ixprert Pkssentar Tyalns between
Nashville and Louisville, making; close connec
tion, at Louisville for New Vork, Boston, Ph'ladel-
n ' ,5"ltjmore Washinstmi City, Buffalo; Nivrara
, .,...., ,u.viuiiuioi. iximis, and the Far
West. ' - " - ... - ... :
On and after Sptoat, Jtnr ns 8th, 1860, trafas
WiU run a. follows: :
First MaU train leavesNashvilleat 5-00 A.daHy,
Stopping at GalUtin , Bowling Green , Glasgow June
tioB,LlizabethtowB,and allregularstations when sig
aalios by a nag, and arriving in Louisville at 1:40
P.M. Returning leave. Louisville at 4:10 A.M. , stop
pint- as above, and arriving ia Nashville at 2:16
P.M..-. .i ''!,".ii "H'," - -
SecoBdtrain,Expres8,leave.Nashvitle at5:50 P.M.
daUy , Sundays excepted, stopping as flrst train, aad
arriving in LeaU ville at 3.-O0 A. M. Returning leave.
LouisvUlsat 80 P. M., .topping as above, and ar.
riving in Nash villeat 3: Oi A. M. ... . ' , , .
GaUalin Accommodation Train ' leave. Nashville
daily (Sundays exeeptedlat j30P. M., and arriv
ing tn Gallatia ateao P. M.. Ke turning leaves Gal la
tin at 7X0 A. M., and arrive. Nashville at 9:10
A.M. V. i ',- J' HjU i:
Through ticket, on sale at the Depot for all point.
North, Aast and West, with a choice of the many dif
ferent routes. . - -. . !- K-j" m
b JNO. B. ANDERSOX, SoperlnteDdSitr
A." J-Fiblb, General Ticket Agent.
JalylO-dtf , w.a .r.r
AT this New Saloon oa Market street, near Union
.asabaustial ... . ... .- ..
wul be regularly set every morning: at It o'clock!
sad every evening at a o'clock. : -, jan2u-tf
THE attention of tbe readers of the Patriot, tbe
Ladle, mereeapaoially, Is requested by Mrssra
MACKE3CZ3 h M1NCHIN, to tbe excellent Refiiger
ators aad cheap Frail Jar. with winch tbey are now
.uppiying ear citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad.
airabiy adapted for patting up all kinds of Fro: is
sad Berries. They are durable, simple and heap,
ssd tbe demand for them is so rrerA that aj ready
nearly tares hundred doses have been .old.
P.:U E WINES,
r- f . - j .Just received and ror sale by
S6."SH Cherrsr St., Nashville.
Kft CASES genuine Heidsieck Champagne;
UJ 60 cases " pinU;
v aa cases Yicus Cops Caamo-igue, J. Lauseure,
i. 60. do Clos ParadiszCham ane: .
do Chambertin SparkUng Burgundy;
do Burgundy Wines;
do Chateau auyac Claret;
do " - ' pints;'
to Coatnac Claret, first quality ; -
Uo Ijrose,Iit;ite and Margaret;
do - Sherries, the finest brands.
Uo, Royal Society Portr,
do Tbos. Hine Brandy
do Old-Cognac; V '
do assorfc-d Cinuau5; Paris & Perdeinx;
do. AUsyBtko Seward Parnet,Coor?e; -
do Real Turin ' Vi-mioulh-
do Italian Wiaet; I -
do Sparkling Vebbiolof ?
do do Muscat - - "
: f 2.V
: ... 10
. - - 5
1 . 10,
; a ? -lo-
wu mcua uuw tw; ::
All our direct European exportatious tier bark Ala
bama. Also. APPENNIXK BITTERS, recommended by
be most eminent physician.
KhlCWE ItMBERT k CO-.
, may 18-tT No 58 Cherry Street - -
- j JOHNS &. CROSLEfd
ImproYcd GnUa Ptrtlia Ccmeat Boofinj.
IS TH CHBABST AND JIOKT OCRABU RoonXG IX CBJ. . It
H nm A! WATUl HK. It cau beamUwdtusKW
and old Hoots of all kjd and to old suinele roofs
without removing the sliingles.-
TilE COST IS OXLT ABOUT OXE-THIRD THAT OF
, t TIN, A VD IS TWICE AS UUrtABLE.
Gptta Percoa Cejiest forpretervlng and repairing
Tlx and Uktal Root of every description.
From iu great elasticity, ia not iLjured by tho con
traction and expansion ot uncials, and will net crack
in cold nur run in warm weatker. Tb--fco materials
have been thoroughly t-.-stcd in New Vork and all
parts of the Soulueru acd Western states, aud we
can give abundant .prof of aU we claim to their
Ihey are readily aniilicd by ordiuarv laborers, at
a triniug expense. ,
" NO HEAT KBJCIEJJIX-
These materials aro nut up ready for use. and for
shipping to ail parts ol tae country , witU lull printed
directions lor application.
ull descriptive- circulars wu 1 bu forwarded1 en np
pucauun oy uiau or ia icrsoH. at our OrinciDal offl
tes &li BitOAUWAT, foppoeile !. Nicholas Hotel,)
N. Y., ZiO FULTOX St.', (oppositeCity Hall) BKOOK-
3.1 O 1? V .V 'Il '
Life Pills andPuoeaixBitters.
rHESE MEDICINES have now boon liefore the pub
lic for a period of THIRTY YK.Utf , and during
that time have maintained a high character in alssust
every part of the Gkilie, for their extraordinary and
immediate iovor of restoring perfect health to perarms
sulleriuj; under nearly I'very kind ot disease to wbk h
tbe liuuiau Imiue is liable. . .
The following are among the distressing variety of
human disease in which the
., ( Vegetable JLife 3icdicines
Are known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cloan.-iing tho first and
sei-uuu .sluuiucus. and creating a now of pure -healthy
bile, instead of the Flale and aerid kind; VT. ATTT-
IN(;Y. boo op AprfmrK. Hkartbi rx, Hkaia-uk,
Kiru-i-cvKss, IllTkmper. amirt, LAXoroa and aUx-A-NCHoiiT,
which are the geucral symptoms of liyspep-
eu. win vanibU. as a natural conreuutce of Its cure.
C0SUVNESS, by cleansing the whole length ol
tne mtediiwrs ita a solvent prmess, aud wituout vio
lence; all violent purges leave the towels costive with
in two davs. ....
PnVRitit of all kind-!, by restorini; the blood lo a
rotruuir rneuiation, tbrouirh tue process of respiration
in such cases. and tue thorough latknof all intestinal
obstruction in otbers".
The Life IIkdr-inkm have been kiiown to care E.HTTU
DIAaTSM permanentiy iu three weeks, and GOUT lu
uau inat time, by removing local inflammation lroin
tne muscles and lurimenu ot tbe hunts.
CEOi'SIES of all kindd, by freeiug and strengthen;
ing i ne kiuiieys and bladder; they ojierate most de
lightfully n these important organs, and hence have
ever been lound a certain remedy lor the worst cases ot
Aiso, WORSES, by dislodging from the turnings ol
the bowels the surny matter to wbi. h these creaiures
. hCUEVY, ULCEUS & IN VETEHATE SOSES,
by tue ierlect pui uy winru tbeee iOit altiiClNtrf
give u ine i.hxl, and all the humors.
ECJSBHTic erupttow -t and B-trr cmrpT rx.
lQZss. b lutu alterative eii-c-i upou the fluids that feed
the sklu. aud the. morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliow,' ckiudy . and ftlhtsr disa
greeable complexions. - -
The use of tberac Pills for a vcrv short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT B.HJr.TJM and a striking im-
proveniunL ui ine clearness t tue skin. COXaiOfJ
tULUa auu irti.UX.AZiA wiuaiwavs net urea bv
uuc dure. r bv twu ui iliB urstfasi.
FILES. The original proprietor of these Medicine.
was cured of Piles of 35 years Btaudiug bv the use of
FEVEit AND AGUE. For thte scourge of the
nerjeru couuiry, tins Aleuicines will be found a sate.
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the
system Eubject to a return of the disease a cure by
iuere neuHines is tTliiau-ut IKY THEM, BE SATL5-
iim ami le cmHi
BILIOUS FEVEES & LIVES COMPLAINTS.
-OKSKRAL ilKailJTV, lACfri OK ArraiTK, aud LL-kl.sES op
f&jLAUN uie iieuiciues liave In-eu used with tue most
beiiencml results in mes of this descriptknr: King's
n and .s-rofi-la, in its worut firnis, yields to the
mild yet powenniacliiuiol tlK-seri-tiiarkable Med irin. K.
Nicjht Hwrais, Nekvois Dkbujtv, Nkkvous Oomplajsts
of all kiudc, 1'ALPrTATio.v of tiiic Heakt, Paintkks' Couc
are &rmiiiiy I un-u.
MiiKCUKIAL DISEASES. Persons whose con
Ftitutiousbao locouit) imiiiiin.nl bv the miudicious use
of tleroury; will tlud these Medicines a perfect cure, as
they never fail to eradicate from the system, all the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely soouer thaii the most jww-
vinu rejurataus tn rvirsitpariua. : s
I'RD.nr...! n...l ....I.I I... . .... '.. r
, . . IV. U. 3IOI FAT,
- J J 335 Broadway, Nkw York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . .
julyl8-dwly . .
lieuch Dms and Pacl
5 MOW X W A M A Ci
'..'-.4a College Street,
- ' ' DEALER IN
Ladies' aud (it ills' Fine Trunks,
HAS received additional supplies' of Ladies' Extra'
Large Dress Trunks, of the latest styles. Best"
raigusn aoie Leatuer Meet taring Trunks; Lauies'
douact Boxes, single and double top; Valises, Bags,
w.,im..,iui mi vcr ww pricw.
june'2-tf - . . JoaN RAMAGE.
HAVING been appointed sole Agents for the sale I
sale o' the above celebrated Mineral Water in I
this city, will always be prepared to supply ttiose
ueeuing it, wui it ireau from tno wea.
Below will be found the opiuions of some of the
rnjsicians of Louisville, as to its merits. - x
i il 1 JO. G. BKOWN EVANS,
.., 43, College Street, NashvUle.
OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS, eVSJJJ
- wo the tiSdersigned. have had occasion to nre-
scribe and watch tne me of the Artesian Water, in a
variety of diseases, and we bave no hesitation in de
claring it to be our opinion that it is an exceedingly
vaiuapiv remeay in many enrunic oiseasea. Tbe
in wbiclt :ls nse has been aueuued with the most
u.arxett beoetit thus far are. chronic rheumatism.
cuuaeousall'.-ctions, and some or tbe chronio disor
ders of tne digestive system. .
tue Known chemical elements found In the water
of suoh. a nature, and tliev exist iu such states ol
combination, that we have no doubt it will be
found in a more extended experience, in its enects to
nave as wiae s range ol appicabiuty lu the cure of
diseases s any mineral water known.
. M. UOLLSM1TH, M. D., Prof, of Surgery in Ky.
- so'-ooi oi fieuiqine. - i
V E. fcWIXG, M.p.l i 1 1 -r) i
l- W. A. HtTNlLEY; if P.,Stjpt.', Uoisville Marine
i- nospitai. -
T. Jr. GRIFFIN, M. D.
- JOS. W. PUfNAa.M. D.,' fnpt. Louisville Aim.
. House. - .. , -.
J. TV. KNIGHT, M. D.
apr27-2m . bao
r". rv. I
Cholera Flux, Dysentery.
VTO family should be without the Pysentery Syr-
a.v op tn tae uouse. ennaren are ayin.aaiir from
ttowet tjortpiaint, wnicn tcis lemeuy would promptly
Debility from Heat.
i While the Thermometer range, over 00 in the
Bhade, tbe Gracfenberg HaALTU HIITERS, which
cost 25a a package, makes the best strengthening
tonic in the world. For 85 cents yon can make bait
a gallon of these health giving Bitters, which aid the
appetite, give power to the constitution, regulate tbe
boneis andcooquors general Jebililv. Now Is the
season lor tneir use. ' - -
julyl3-tf MACKENZIE k MINCHIN.
HOW. LOST, HOW EISTOKID.
Just Published; in' a' Sealed' Envelope,
A LECITEE ON THE NATTP.E, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CCRE OF SPERMATORRHflF L ZzJT.,
Weakness; Sexual Dr bility, Kervouboem and tnvnlun
tary EmisHions producing ImnolMm- Cmui
Ua.it.1 mnA sK-J1Ml r.i' i;. " ' smuta
"" a J nitu iS'UiuiJ , . .
. Er ROR J. CULVER WELL, M." n.
The important fact that the awful oaauun .j
self-ahnse may be eljoteallyremove.1 without uuenua
w " vi uu-iuiu .piicatanis of caafitics in-
CI I m ....... ...... ..... .... I V. r.. i ...... . .. . . . . '
-""'V" "-v-ft" j, auu oinrr empirical de-
vke,i here clearly demonstrated, aud the entirelv
new and highlr sucel-ssful treatment ax a.l.u.i,i k .i l
celebrated Sutlier fulfy f xjteiiied, by mean of shich
every one is enabled to cure himeif perS-ctly and at
the least possible cost, tharchy SToidUur all the' adver
ucMiuuaiuiu hkj uiij. . mw Ldctore wul prove a
boon to thousand, asd Uiousandtt .
nt under seal W auy addre. p,taid, oa th,,
pt tf two postage buuuim, by addremuig Dr til AS
C. IlUNK, 4S0 Fh-st Ayeu.K!, New York, tBox
-Down, With Icar Dust;
TT von wish to .ween fine r.m.1. . . . I
L tliem or raieinr a dn.t. n.-1 t Jv VJZjuJF.s I
rtl on u-J Ul.
. . . . . . . . . " - a
Fresh Corn 51eal.
A r f'PP'T ,J ist received per Railroad, and
ENJ. F. SUlHLAtS k VKt.
AN Anorenlice Boy AhoctlS yeatg old it learn
f.irTsa'i ty."Sl busine... A p'y al this
. isni s-a -j
An aperient aad stomachie preparation of
rSOS' purified of Oxygen and Carbon by eom.
bastion in Hydrogen, of high, medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy ia sack of tot "
following complaints, via. : ' '
EEBrLITY. NERVOUS AFFECTTOKS, E3CA- -CIATI0N,
DYSPEPSIA, DIASKHXA, C0KSTL.
P aTIOK. .VrROFTTLA. SALT SHEUM, SCUSVT;
JAUNDICE, LIVES COMPLAUTTS SHEUXA
TISM. IQCUKIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER- ,
MTTTENT FEVESS, NEURALGIA. CHS0XIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKTESS. ICS.
MENSTRUATION, WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc'
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, EOUGHSESS QF,
THE SKTT?. ets.'-i j . ; tT t f f " 'i c4.
The LR05 being absorbed by tbe blood, an
thus circulating through tbe wbole lystem, me
part of the body can escape their truly weadexw ; ?
Ths experience of thousand, daily proves that -no
preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression or vital energy, pale ana otnerwiso
sickly complexions indicate ita necessity ia al
most everv conceivable- case. In all cases of
female debility (fluor albas, chlorosis, ttc), ita
effects are delightfully renovating. Ha remedy'
has ever been discovered, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, nappy, -and
raUyrestorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength, '.
witu anunusual disposition for active and v -cheerful
exercise, immediately follow ita was. -As
a grand stomachie and general restorativa
it has no superior and no substitute. "
pat up In neat flat iititsl bexes eontalaT asj
50 pills, price SO cents pew bm t six feece,
-4 54f one uoua boxes. OO. Fr sale sw
DrasKlsts srencimlly. Will be seat rreo tm. ,
any addreaa e receip ot tx price. All lesa -ters,
orders, etc., should be addressed to
: R; B. I.OCKE & CO., ( I
. General Agents. ? .
339 BROAD WAT, If V.
r.B Tlw sbowe IS a fae-slnaOe mtt tat
label oca escJt box.
, . r. r. -
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AHD SET AIL DSUGGOTS -S
W. Corner ot Broad and KarkeUtreets, ' -
. ' Waab.THle, Tean.'
W2 are prepared te execu e orders tor Draars
and ffledlelnes and all artwlwa pmu
Ing to the lir.g Busuieaa, with despatch ad at the
lowest market price.
The same atteution will be given .. heretofore te"
have every article of as good quality a. represented
and in no instance will anything be put as that is of
a doubtful or sophisticated character. - . . " '.. .
It is our iuteata-n to aaaiauus the reputation w- ".
have established ia selling none but Pure Drugs and
Medicines, and we, therefore, invite yoa to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, believing weeaa
show jou inducements seldom oflered in tht or any . .
other Southern city . In addition to Drugs we have
constantly on hand a large stork of Perfumery,
fkiaps aud Toilet Articles. White Lead. Linseed Oil.
Tnrpetiline YamisbM, tinrt and Wine. for medt-
Modeler.: , of , Fashions,
AND DEALEB IN
IUTS, C1FS AND LADIES' FURS
No. 23 Public Square,
TUe Chinese .Hat. .
ANEW style, direct importation from Canton, got .'
up expressly for tbe hot weather, at the FaKh
iunabie Hat Emporium of FRAXrrCC"S,
. juiyl'A-tr , . No. 23 Poblic Square.
. Children's Fancy Goods.
CONSISTING of all the latest styles for Boy.,
Children, Infants and little Misses, to which the
attention of tbe ladies is particularly requested.
A. it FKASUSCO . :
Hatterand Farrier, No. 23 Public Square, Nash rills
d ; - - - -
Tlie Japanese Hat
A NEW sty Ie o Soft Hat, weighing ealy 1 ounce,,
just received this day bv express, at the fash
ionable Hat Emporium of . ; : FBANCfciCO'8,
luiyia-w ... public Fqaare
1 ll j '
" Tlie Drab French Ottar- 'Yiiiil
OF entirely new design, at the Hat Erapo , .
of FRANCISCO'S. 5 r
julyl3-tr I a Public Sqoare. ir.
A. J. FRANCISCO.
23 Pubhc Square, NashvUle, fees
0a the European Plan,'
.4 CITT OF NEW T0EZ.
Single Rooms 50 ecsis per Day
'City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort st ' '.
(Opposite City HaJL n 2 TiJt"
Ueab, as they mav be ordered, in th inuinni n.
rectory. There is s Barber's hhop and Bath Booms at -
tacfaed to the Hotel. .VI i
N. B. Bewarbop Rrxsnta and Hacxiow who u
we are full. ' Ik. snKNc;!.. 1
Julyl8-ly i "'.'. ' . .-':-. rVopriMor. . f
C7Hw1 T sra atari fnt GvaaIp
THE Feed reduced to $2,50 per barrel by
V-, ' SHIELDS k
'Extra Fine Corn Meal. -
A K additional supply last received rr Gleswood
a A. Also, Stty barrels of the cheatmt Fond rs-
m the market, T. 4 BKNJ. F. KHIaLDS Co.. -
Junel4-tf , no. 87 GuUeee steeeA.
Ladies Shoes and. (iaiiers.
- ....... t
r ADIES floe black Oratress Gaiters, will. ti.
' " . brown .Congress " j I r I f r- l
- .,;. u a. bnc butloa " - H -
" . " Kid Slitmers. with a wMttnat k,i.. .v- v-
together with other stvlea at I u.-i .-V - . -. -
Children's shoes. . - .
' -ALSO-T-Q vl CIUiV -
A large snd superior stock orGmilnnin. n.r . "
Patent Leather Gaiters snd Strapt 8noes: .
Cau Congres. and Oxford Ties;
EogCilf ?.,.. " s-
Lasting . .-, '.
Tho aoove roods are ail freah anil nf ih. lud ..i- .
n7A"tt Wi'f, Wer awiug; at reduced prices.
Call at No. 21 Pabbe Square.
iunssl-U v suae . SNTDER k FETZZELL. -
2,824 yd. Car pet in; at Auction,
(ON TCESDAT MORNING AUGCST 7THJ .
" 10 Ccteeay-. J - . -
BEN 7. rl SHI El JJ C 0. 7 ; 7-
WILL sell on account of whoa it may concern,
( In parcels to Mia pr re banes,) Urge consign
ment of assorted ratterns. Cotora. aad oualiue. of "
carpeting, of the latest styles. Thorn wishing- to
purchase will find this sale te presentthe eatopports
Uy of tbe season. Terms cash ea seling. ,
t . . BEKJ.-F. SrUKLtS St CtX ; .
t Kn i. riinl Lmn. Catiere AlrMt.' .
' July23.18oiMf. ,3- . - - -
Clerk" and 'Master's fale of Lot -
i in NasaTille. - .
Iloffjian, Aim'r sa. William .rjcfftBsa
.. ana ousts.
,TY virtus of s Decree of ths Honorable Circsa
13 Court at Naahvilte, Tens., proaon" the
Above csuse at Hs May Terra, t&oo, i win expose k
Public ivale to tbe hienest bidder, at ths Cssrt-aease
.. . . .
ia the city of Nashville, - ts
Oa Satcr Jay t!u Uth day cf Jjrsst, ICC -
A valuablo Lot of Ground is the City of Nashville-, . .
tion to Nash v. lle, fronting ea the West aide of Spreca - '
street forty-feet. Said Lot H sold for parvitioa.
Tax as nv Sals. Said lot wil) be soid opoa a credit
of .ix, twelve and eighteen months, with fate re at
from date, except Us sunt er ee hundred dainua
cash. - Md g. LOS,
--J4vii ClerK and itastsr.
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