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HGffS -' SIL1E6 BiDi
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED EAND
XTUKCiTY.wiUaltendtoaHca'Is fur tau.-Ic both
borne and abroad, giving cnttre F-.tiarCor: or no
eharan. ' Hie Bau-l Is c imposed of
with a. eftup!et set of new silver in.-truiuoBls.
All rolls for ran., for fai era!?, p c -no, -
fla.l.-- an J tubilee?. will be attenaca
W. L- IXUB.N ,
ymager and Conductor,
15 South College Street.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
TilE CoSCLKTUATED CUBE
1Ufa A rOWEIiFLL. REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
t OR WEAKNESS
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT I
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YoCN'I MEN who are 3a3enng from thceflects -youthful
indiscretion can be surely ami permi
seatiy rf stored by uring the
A Q U A V I T A E ,
4 Rriiirdy of Great and imam rower.
Thifr'inedy isput upins.nrill vials. and can be
s-..t by mailto anyaldress. Atrial will satisfy.
Cf,);.:r week, an t yos will experience a great
.ea'L.t. A rirenWrontainin!; full particulars. ei.l
..,.c.jftD pr.-.c iVon. Price. pt-r bottle $? .
wue i. .tile w.li.-ist a month.
v r Tbi?remedy if.s.uitabier.-r e-ibers.-.s.
v.: .rP-- K . CRT KB . Met.ca 1 Al: t .
livuT-tl ' ' Broadway New York.
HoliotvayH rill. 3.li..u.-j auJ R .w. I . -m
konH are Fpeediiy cure I by a steady perseverance
p. .it th- s niol..-:n.-s. la Fever and A.'iie, the ilk i
cr r.f t:,U reiuf-ly L-:ut I'-yii J I .-f ; .1 -l.uH
b .vw l -.1 ! ?"ii a.? Uw-Icj U -p- t 1 f'"W
r--.ir.nz cl.au au.l Ca b.-s. b;ii..u?n-s. Iv -t
i.i-,fuir.ll'nn"- u'! try -X-n. f.M .-ry
1 r. in tl.. Vi .lor, . a Y-i-k.Si.-i ! m- r, 1 :.:..
?-aIW..'s rr.iEi Ctrl : a'iiiJ lo U- u:::i i-r.-aliv
.lf.i..e4 by hoki-rj l. rf r it r --; it i.-t
r.rp--i-. 'v ihr roa.!r rvl abie aJS.s.v.- . ui.str,D.-.' iif. .!-
r.i for rr-it itis f uriiituiff an-l b"'
Koiivat:. Jul.. ! 1
iI;--F3. tiARK, i:tcr..)r.i a. -: I b.vi . for
-ert-fj! y.-ars ;..ri ly a.a- w.1 llt fr r r.iu.-n f--t
rtiitu.j: tl uter niuibs. u:.t.l I bii t- ly f-uiiJ a
tMu-iy iu your . uu-1 iae, l' " A..b.-.Ui
hi, :-.ur.- Uiit t.o. I have ur. J it in T.iMImcIh, l;ti."J
.r.a' ia. Sf.re Tbr.il.tb..lx au.1 Burus. aii-l foim-l a
ieer tt-m rrrul; a h? mor sevenr.3.
1 tht r. for- t.-te . rc.it pleasure in r. :-..mi..Hi.J i.j
.Worul ' " " wwr1,1 'r ilb-ti.u, ferliii-4 eon-r.l.-ut
it i-.--.-T- -f! tha riniiil'ual:tie?lrt -'ir Oi
lTii' t vfre T.r Bhich .m reei-nitiien J it .
MRS. MARTHA A. lit "MI.KM''.
iu; 10-1 -
W.- wi.r.ia partiCiiLarly fall tbe attiil
i .ai r; to a remedy knoorn a.i Melan'3
u .f .ir
ui5 Cordial an! Blxvl Parrr
II certainly a
r:.li:nbla rir..-4y . We. therefore 'ay to all, rail at
iL acut's, an l ter--tforyoiirsj!vtE iU mlr.n?ic ir.er
.t?. It is i:;licioii3 ti take. We ask our lat!y read- rs
lotryit. See th" aH eTti-iit. nt :n aiir.tit. r e liinin.
Koyal Havana Lottery.
lie follow.i.g nnmbers drew t';e pni:. -pal r.
ll,.- .li-a-Aine r J"' l.l''i
V- 5 pr ?. s. I X..3. Friz-- I No?. IVire
i o-,l HKI O.W J 10.OHJ Sil.tXf) '7 -I-' i0,-'0
"k-t r-oxol l o r 2 ,uo
Numb-rsfS-?, I!i5. llil, 25, r.ain, 4.V2;, t,'fl,
t.!-', ;il,::t;5, 7TT-;,7SI, Wo, MM,M2i,K:.
10-WJ, 11X23, ii fc-'-, 12,1-20, 12,irO,
1-2 .M5,li.s, 11 , 15,725, 17 2f-r.,lt.5:r..li,71-!,
1-,"1, 19,235, 19,,21 ,K5, 2.,r..', 21,-i4S.211,
221, SJC2,23,-i7, 24,704, 2-".:4iV 2i,4;A, i:5,71'-..
2-5.72.J, 27,c47, 2.(41, ,-2. 2-i,S., .lr.-w
i IikX) each.
'I ho $G0.0il prize. 1 am informed, vj? lravu by
!. .-r.5. T.'?.ser i. t'o." Ertract WM r.,rr--jn-l.-n-e
flCkfroii .V rcnrji. y.ulJi.h'A Jul:l SO,
iiie nezt drawing f lai i-i lebrated Iiu ry will
I :k- pi
on the 41 h -f Ai:?u-t. For particular-: -
sdi erti-cment in another rolumn.
I h.iVe eiiM out my entire interest in the linn of
Xirui! & HrirHK.v, to Patio Hi jsiukct, who
w:ll continue the business a heretofoic. I will
utstel him inwm liuj up the business or the old
firm , aud f.. licit for bmi a ci iitiiii.ui c of the I atron
a;e l.ettovked u the olj nrm.
Julv 2, 1SC0.
J. C. NKnoio.
In ord.-r to reduce my SptU as much a pos.-ible,
before receiving new Uoo.!s, for a short time I will
-nr tuy -:it:re tP--k at cost, for cash.
PAYIU III JIPHoKY.
, in ll u I Fortiie 1X.-TAXT KF.l.lKF and
1 I ll J! A PEKMANKNr Cl KK"I tniF Ui3
i e.-iii( roniplaiut u.-vO
a:.le I r V. B. KYMOl K .t CO.,107 XASAV Pf-.N
V. Price $1 per bos: sent free by p.K
FlK AU: AT AIJ. I'la'tJtilSfS.
The I.rsi:Utiirff of the SLite of tleor a bavi::f!
ivd the following A-.t,at its piFiou of ISf.S, pro-
liibil.tiC Uie drawing of lotteries nithio it-? juristic
tion, alter trie l.-t d ty of June, 1SC0, wc will on that
day, rfii.ive o.ir entire buFiUef? to Wilmington, Pel
WtKiP, EPPY & HI ,
wB-rs and Vaua;er? of the P- laware, Mi--onri and
Ki-ol'ickv State IjilterH'".
n rcpial all laws, and parts of law?,anthori7.ir.s I-ot
l.-i-t in the Mrofiin.n-a, an.) for ulher pur
-"i..i.iN 1. lh G vrral AVf.r.lAyof Gcor.jl ifofiia.-f,
flial Iroin and afb-r the first iiuy of Jun--, Klitet-u
tluaitrd and Sis.y ,!it Itn? und part--of laws acthor-
i7.il ! tteric in the State oi Cec.rU, or the yen.!
ii.f -l Lottery TVki tt iu riid Slat., be nn.l the rami-
r- hereby repealed.
A proved br the flr.veri.or.
P -ceniber 11, IS.".. mayli-tf
FOIt PRIVATE DIS LUIS'.
pi:. KINrt, formerly of Sew Yoik, b-r
J'. (f tbej:is-t lour year"! I-oiii.-o. iii.-, by.,
SiV - J- uuu wiio lias lt-vt.ted lo; att.-Lti.ai to
Hie treatment rf private itisex ti lor :W ynp, li :t
i,ts LiniM-ir, having alien cb-d to a praciirc lor soxa
i. j.-iii and cured so many Ibouramln, he w era-
to cure all di.-cnses .f a private n iture, no nuit
j.t l-ow had incy may be t'roin n.jioiicioui! noMic il
ir- iUiK-Lt. or fro'm m-nlccl id lhc:r own. Ir. Ku.g's
in. K i.sary is No. ln-aderick Stre-1, between C'her
rj ami iheSiiiare,i-oconii story, wherehe cured all
ol a j.rlvaie nature.
(.oN.iKRiiKA cured without nauseous niediciiies or
nli-r1er noe with bn.-ii.i's?.
.STKicri-RK ol olu iht nvTtt ilate, i-ir.-ctually cured
in a f.-w days, by an operation which cuun'it i.o pa.u.
V.' lii-re a siricture xi?i3 h'-aith caiiut t be ci joyt-d.
I i th ips t:o disease caiis.s more mischief a:ol under
iniii s. tl.e constitution o niui-h
M'FiinL-t.wiib all the diseases oflhe fkin, ffro inj;
ill . loyl.-ctor hit treatment, can Ih- llccctitally
cnr-d n a lew das.
seuimal W raknks. Particular nttcntion having
tic-u given to tins dis!c.i!c, and all the coiiscijuenceis
crowing out of it , l.rouKhl ou iu many cas--a by the
.1,-siriiclive hubiiB t.f inconsiderate youths, and ex
cessive indulgence of the passion a, a neglect ol' wlfxh
will uu.lenniue tbe eonsiiiutH.n, rcnoermi; the sub-yi-.l
i.niit for buvineas t r society ,und causing pretua
ure old age.
I emales who mny be L.tioring with any ciflioultv
of the Womb may Test a.-oreil (rf iu.inoiiinio reiii-f.
l iTM.l:s residins abrtrul, t.y writing and fta'.ing
their case, w lib a foe eticloF.rtl, directed to l"r. A
km, No. S3 liCatletick 1 re , N;isb vislc, Ti'im. , w ill
I a c lUe necessary liieiiicines Bent to tlieir :i lli c.-j
v lib ini-i iPary dircctu us. Strict siinty observed!
t.lUce hours from 9o'clock in ihe inorumg in,t c, IU"
Ihei veuiug. juli lo-.i.c. ly
Temper's Fruit Jars.
' 1 11 E have on hand Keveral liundred dnen Qnnrt
V kiiJ Uair Ualiou of these Umucs Iruit Jaia.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best aniclo yei iuvi i l.il
fi r ihe preservation ol' Kruit and Yigi tables.
Tempest's Jara preservo Stkawekiikiks !
Tempest's Jars preserve Rasi"Bkkrs !
Tempest's Jari preserve- Dlackbkkkiks !
Tempest's Jars preserve Pik I'ijint !
Temiest's Jars preserve Pkacuks !
leuiptut's Jars preset ve I'll us I
Tempest's Jars preserve Qetscss!
Tetnpe.sf's Jars presrve C'iickkies !
Tempest's Jars prenervo r SAToutl
We haves full supply of Arthur's tilass, Stone and
Tin Jrs of all sizes.
ALSO. Ludlow's Class aud Tin Jars, ail Fii.-s
wlm-li we areoUcrm alcot price, a we led n.s.-ured
Teiu pest's Stone Jain
mast supercede alt utbers.
juuoO-l MACKENZIE & MlNt'Hl.V.
I INEOrounJ So -k Feed, for sale low by
Jt Junob-U ULXJ..K. tUHOJJd ft Cy
i N A S H A li IrK :
' FRIDAY SI O K.N IXC," AUGUST 10, 160.
1 O C K C I T Y 31 I 1, T, S .
Re!."' - Flcur Is ""aS $ , in half bars $
IH I Ilkkr rv :o . " 4 25; " " 2 15
F.i;ie io. ' 3 10; 1 SO
Mixed Bran. ;-.e rlGOlhs. . -riec'oliar .
Corn Meal, t i r buslicl .$1 tu.
Delivered to ill pTt-? of the city. prp-21-ly.
510VE3EMS OP THE RAILROADS.
Departure of Passenger Trains.
Na-SHVilleChattasoogji 4 A.M., 3 P. M.
Txkk& Alakaka 4:15 a.m., 3:Oo P if
Locuii iutJt S A.-iivitiE 5:00 A . M. . 5:5U P. M
" " Gall;itiiiKvpreFE4::J P.M.
fclr,. FIELD .V KENTICKT C:30 A.M., 2S45 P.M
Arriral of PaMenjerTraiin.
N'A9UVlI.Ll.tflIATTAX0Jl 5 P. M..8 A.M.
Tksww A: Auiimva 10:00 A.M., 5:OOP.M.
I onsviixJT.'c Nai!vilie 3U5A.M,2:15 P.M.
;al!atm txprcFiitlO A.M
KncETiEtn i Kr.-rrcKT 1 0 A.M., 7 P. M.
3- We are aoihorizoj to announce 3. N. IIOL
UXGrWUSTH as a cuudulate lor re-election to tlic
oflii-e of Haynr at the n'-xt Alaniciiial election.
jf3- W'ate aclliorizsd to announced R. B.CIIEAT
TIAM a.s a rauaidate for the oflice .f Major at tbe
next Municipal el.-c;ion. ju! T-l-te
Ci We art) authorized to auiiounce John Iluh
Sniitli a? a candidate for Mayor at tile eiisuint; iniiui
c:! a! t l.'i lion.
S(f Wo are authrizad lo announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-i lection as fonncilmau fortiie 5tli Ward,
at the running MuuH-iiul election. juntT-te
Tp We are author ized to anno&rce AVmONY S.
CAili ha a rai.di.i.ite for Councilman from the Sill
Var.l,at tin eiiMiinir Mnni-ipitl i-lection.
V7e xre ani:.riz?d to announce Rob. I..
Oviihaw as a r :n lid i(e for Alderman of the 4lh
ward. Juiy l'td.
gjj- Vie ate uiiioni d lo i.o.nr J. C. McFF.R
P.A.V n'- a candidal" for A Merman for the Second
H j- ViV &.-.' :ti;i!i..r:2 -d l nmi:ii:-e Pr. A. A.
HATCH Elt a: :t -.md:lat Tor r.mncilman for the
Fijhtli Ward. jii!y27-te
I.-'AAC I'Al'L Will fervc, l" re t-ks ted Coiuicil
n..infr..ni lis.-.-vrnih Ward. j"b27 M
jrp V.V are author:--"'.! lo announce JAMES T.
flia.l. a ; aeaniii.iate for C.niK-ilmau for the Second
-Wi- sr.- a .il!..-.rij--l to annoiiiice WM. SHAN' E as
a candidal.: for reel cti..u a? Cou.iciin.aii oflhe Tnird
f,V ar.' ai.i'iiri-l to announce Cl'in.iii' DAP.
I KN as a c-andMtat-for re-ele. t.on a t'oniicilm a of
tl.e Third Ward. viIjK te
W.' areat:thori,'- l to annnur.ee C E.H. MARTIN" a
a crin-lalaie f..r fon K --liitin fooni the Fourth Ward.
Wf are ai::n.-r.7"d lo .iunoiince It J MF.1;, .1..
a- a rau.liJaie for ALL -nil ui in the IVui Wui.l at thi'
u. XI cl.-. t; n . augS-t
G R A ND RALLY
BELL & EVEBETT CLUBS
Seventh and Eighth 7ards.
Friday Mitlil, A usnt 11), 18iO.
TJie Cell ami Everett Club t-f the S.'ventlt
ami Eighth Wards will hold a Grand Rally
Friday night, the lOih. at Ilaslirook's Store.
Cherry Street, South Nashville.
Hon. John S. r.RiE.v, Col. W. L. McCovni
co. and others will address the meeting.
Wc are requested to say that the Bell Grays
and Ji ll Highlanders are invited to attend.
In c:ise of rain there is a hall convenient
capable of sheltering three thousand people.
L"t that many at least lie on the ground.
1 lie City Irek.
Ihe llatnur. "The Inconsistency of Idr
Evtinu aud the Crectinridge Leaders again,"
U a correct and life-like representation of a
remark which stands at the head if the lead
ing article in the Banner. It will be remem
bered bv the attenlive reader that we dis
cussed this question of Mr. Ewixn's incon
sistency in an able, calm, powerful, dispas
sionate, and also niastuily manner, in our
article of Tuesday morning, and the high
opinion we entertained of the discretion and
good Fense of our contemporaries of the
Banner and Vuiun did not permit us to doubt
that they would hido their diminished heads
and let the subject lie, in all the arlittic
beauty of finish and thorough completeness,
where we had kit it, Rut it would seem to
an individual lodg'.d among the branches of
one of the larger trees of the forest, that we
were mistaken in our recoiling. The Banner
is determined to thow the world, which stands
with anxious-heart and bated breath await
ing the result, that it. is not to lie outdone
iu the di.-cuseiun of a question of its own
getting tip. Accordingly, our ambitions
neighbor, (whose private motto, if we are
correctly iuformt-d, is Turj is rtlinqui Yin
rit (itui'i frrnvrrnilinn), makes another
two-column rtruggle lo run in ahead ol us.
li is, we randidly confess, a splendid effort of
both rpeed and bottom; but we cannot, with
out doiug a violent act of injusliee to truth,
eoufess at the same time that it is successful.
In our article we dt-nionstated most clearly
and conclusive by how this vexed question of
Mr. EwiMi's Inconsistency could be settled in
cevi ral hoars less than no tiine.while the D m
nrrand Union have leeii hammering at it in
theohl-fasliioni d way for abnut a week, and
it is n't settled y t. They are; too proud to
adopt our pl;in. which would be a virtual ac
knowledgement o! their defeat in the argn
m nt. and it only remains to be sen whether
they have the courage nnd industry to
persist iu the prosecution of their own. We
believe that Mr. Ewixo, as a general thing,
is much more cousislent than the ma
jority ( under the two-thirds rnle ) of
Democratic leaders Nor do we intend
this compliment as a gilded bait to catch the
support of Mr. Ewixg's purty friends when
we come up for the Senate at the expiration
of Mr. Niohoi-sox's term the mantle of his
coleagne we can never consent to wear. Nor
do we intend the remark as a compliment at
all, for we must say further that the leaders
of the Dcuiocralit party are consistent in but
one thing their utterjr.consistency; and it is
with the utmost diniculty that some of them
can be consistent even in that. And now we
are done with this subji ct for several years.
If our contemporaries choose lo discuss it
further, they must make arrangements to get
along without assistance from us.- If they
have capital, let them invest lilieral'y nnd
they may succeed.
Tl.e Union. The chief exhibition which the
Union is now carrying on for the enlighten
ment nnd amusement of the public, is an
nounced in the small bills as "Hon. Joiix
Btix: his 'Past History connected with the
Public Service,' " wliil? the side-show is its
attempts to defend Mr." Ewixii against the
Banwr' charge of Inconsistency. Upon both
these subjects we hare already said as much
as our readers care to have us say, and at this
point we drop them. In his article on Mr.
Bf.i.i., our contemporary of tbe Unirp uses
more CAPITALS, small capitals and Italxt
than he had supposed every priuting office
in town could afford; and they Feem to be
used about as indiscriminately too, as if he
bad underscored his manuscript by some ill
regulated machinery. We hare gone to the
expense of getting up a specimen of hU style
of lettering, which ulso bears some re
SJuiblauce to his efyle of argument, in as
much as it amounts to nothing in the world
b'Jt a One display ct four different fonts of
type. Here is the specimen : .
"At the tigt of six YEARS Mr. Mogcs "at
tached himlf lo the Democratic PAirrr, and
in three weeks was DETECTED in a most
dubolical alian t to break IT UP AND rnia
tit fortunes of General dodgers. The next day
lie withdrew; kkom t?ie pakty and tupporteil
Judge Jinks for the Piesi.b-r ov; tr.lirty rtf
enough of tlx parti to defeat its CANDIDATE.
Ever ftnee that ? be hns PERSISTED in
opposing the GREAT NATIONAL DEMO
CRATIC PARTY, therth'i forfei'ir.q his tMe to
the CONFIDENCE- of., every consistent
Democrat who has the'st'cEss op mis forty at
Such is the style of tLe,7iZi".iirtieles on
" Mr. Reel : his par-thistoiy conaettid with
the public service." At the distauee of four,
or five fe-1, it looks tremendously loud in
priat, and would naturally strike a man un
acquainted with the EnglL-h alphabet as the
most powerful and convincing 'campaign
document'' that was ever thrown into any
canvass. Rut like the spectral' tfiigy you
some times see standing in a field of newly
planted corn to frighten awayjhe crowsj you
fiad it. a very weak invention of the enemy
when you come to look at it with your-eyes
open. .. . . t
The Gazette. ' Let us think more and speak
less," is the subject of the leading artkle ia
the CuztUe. We would suggest that we also
think more and write less; and so fur as the
writing is concerntd, we will give a practi
cal illustration of the thorny right here;
Wc are indebted to the Adams Expukss for
files of Louisville papers of yesterday, and
St. Louis and New Yoik papers in advance
of the mtiil. - - - -
. J. J. Sui i.ivax continues to favor us with
early copies of tlie Ciucinnati Commerrinh r '
JT-&" Let everybody in this end of the city
go over to the rally to-night at Hasbrooks'
Store, and henr Judge Rrikm and Col. Mc-
We learn that Col. Wm. L. Yancey,
the grpat fire-eater and Southern leader of
the Breckinridge. Democracy, will make a
speech here on the 17lh. ' He is going Noith,
to enlighten the Yankees on the be.-t method
of precipitating a revolution, and kindred
subjects. It is understood that he will fur.
bis'a his own provisions at the hotel, and will
bring with him in Lis saddlebags a large
quantity of type metal from the Montgomery
Mail ollii;e, to be molted into soup and eaten
with a red-hot ladle alavorit dish with
Tki'.'.p Waco. Attention. The members of
the Third Ward Bell and Everett Club will
meet at their bull over L. F. Beech's St re,
College Street, to-night, lo form a procession
and attend the rally of the Mb Ward Club.
All come aud bting your lells with you, and
wo will have a glorious time.
By order of the President.
The fir-t Grx ion Bp.eckixripoe. We
have received the following dispatch from a
gentleman at Grand Junction. We think it
must have leen intended for our neighbors of
the Unii-n and American, and w.is sent to us
through some mistake:
(JilAXD JrXCTION', AlliJ. 'J.'
Vote ou Memphis Train Brtckinridge OG,
Bell 77, Donglas 47.
It is very evident that there wa3 fraud in
that election that Ihe baliot-box was stuffed
that the Bell men were intimidated and
driven from the pulls by ruffians and bullies
and that the Breckinridge Democrats voted
several times each in all the cars. The mat
ter ought to lie judicially investigated.
JIGS" Born iu the quiet and refreshing
shadow of a generous fortune ; reared ia the
lap of teeming luxury and idle case ; having
journeyed far in the pathway that leads
through the cool, shady places of life, and
having been blessed with a fond aud meek
eyed fate that did not suffer the winds of
heaven to ti.-it Lis cheek too roughly, our re
porter is constitutionally disinclined to take
the rain aud sunshine as they come, and
therefore di.-ires the individual who took bis
umbrella from the Counting Room of this
office last Sunday or Monday, to bring it
back right straight. It was, and probably
still is, a venerable institution of silk, with
steel ribs and a crooked handle, cud was
swapped off io our reporter a short time ago,
during his temporary absence, by somebody
who wasn't minding what he was about.
An umbrella is a small thing to make a
fuss' about in the newspaper?, but it is a
deuced sight smaller thing to steal. Our re
porter intends to buy a pair of thousand
dollar horses as soon as he gets more
money than ho knows what to do with, and
if the fellow that gut the umbrella is still
suffering for something to steal, let Lim conic
around nnd steal them. That he may be put
to no unnecessary inconvenience, tbe key of
the stable dj r v ill be left in the lock.
WllLK.STKXIiKUGEIt's EXHIBITION". Mr. J. L.
Grace, Agent, and Manager of Woi.fstexbeu-
o Kit's celebrated pauoruuias, is now iu this
city, making arrangements for their exhibi
tion next week, the first exhibition to begin
Monday night. A Cleveland paper sats
these panoramas, of which there are three
are two mih s long, covering 70.000 yards of
canvass, and presenting views of the most
rematkable scenes in the world Niagara
Falls, the Hudson River, White Mountains,
Const oflhe Pacific, Shores of the Medit.rra
nean. Scenery on the Rhine, in Italy, Africa,
the ( t iniea, China, The same paper
says this exhibition was visited by GOO.OOO
people when first opened in London, aud by
0,t)lO in Boston, and that the scenes were
painted, from sketches taken ou the spot, by
eleven of the best artists in Europe, and at a
cost of S.'iO.OOO.
If half the papers say about this exhibition
le true, it is a splendid affair.
A Card from Hon. lViu. IE. Moke.
Alexandria, Aug. 7th,lsf;o.
To the Kdilors of the Patriot :
Sir: I sec in the Union and American an
accouut of a speech made by me, at Smith
TillCt'in which I am reported to have said
" that the Republicans told Col. Hatton and
myself that if the election was thrown into
House of Representatives, they would vote
for Mr. Bell." I state emphatically that the
reporter misrepresents my language. j What
I did state at Smith ville, Carthage and Alex
andria, was, that Mr. Bell was the strong
man, if tint election was thrown into tho
House, from the fact that neither party had
the majority to elect, and that the Republi
cans had 15 States, therefore they could not
elect, as it required 17 Slates; and Mr. Bell
being the second choice, that my opinion was,
the Republicans would give their support to
Mr. Bell, before ihey would sec the Democrats
still coulinue to control the Government. '
I stated further, that some hi the Doiigla3
men said to Col. Hatton and myself, that if
the' election was thrown ido the Ilousf, that
they would vote for Mr. Bell in preference to
John C. Breckinridge. Therefore, that made
Mr. Bell the stronr.man, an-l would, in my
opiniou, elect Lira...... ; i . . '.r;
I nm also reported to have said, " that if
Breckinridge and Lane were elected, they
would uot be permitted to be sworn In."
This I never thought of, nor heard of, until I
saw it published. I did say, that from the
Resolutions, Democratic newspapers, ' and
the speeches of Southern Democrats, ihatTe-
sistunce would be made to Lincoln's inaugu
ration if elected. I do not charge that I have
been misrepresented intentionally. ' ' '
I nave thought it was due to myself that
this correction should be made, to put the
matter right. Yours truly,
W. B. STOKES. -
V - JVUIte House. r- J
Thtre are - several- white : houses in the
United States, but the most not ed among
thern Is that situated on Pennsylvania Ave
nue, near the new Treasnry building, in
Washington' City. It is called the. White
Ilonse because white is the prevailing color
on tbe outside It is built of brick, and then
stuccoed . . juid r while-washed. If ; it. had
been white-washed black, it would probably
have been called tho Elack Honse.
The' White-House' is gviieraUy considered
a. Tery def irabb! plac.!ofres:d.eiiceKI aud js
much sougiit :fler, prin-;ipAlly because the
oacupan-t g .'li the building and grounds rent
free, with $25,000 a year (and, if a Democrat,
all he can steal) for taking care of the premi
sis. The present tenant is James Bitchaxax,
celebrated as being the "old . functionary"
1 who deca;iitatcd the Memphis Postmaster for
going for Douglas, and Geokge N. Saxdeos,
of New York, for" seuding Liin a twenty-five-
7'o' IPAiVo House as it ajipmreil U Mr. Itreckiuritlgr
, htfurtthi Kentucky Elections. -
dollar telegraphic dispatch from the Charles
ton Convention. He has been living there
for some three years and a half, and has an
other half-year to run before his time Is out.
The owner of the property is very much dis
satisfied wilh ihe way he has conducted him
self since he has been there, and is very anx
ious to get him out ; and although the occu
pant is perfectly aware of the fact, he hasn't
self-respect enough to vacate the premises,
or, in the words of the Spanish Ambassador,
to vajte the ranete, aud still hangs on.
From the White House to the Treasury
building there is a secret subterranean pas
sage, through which the occupant of the for
mer coureys the stealage from the? latter.
Its construction was commenced sometime in
March, 1S53, and was completed in the early
part of 157. Since that time, however, it
has been greatly enlarged. The original de
sign, the excavation, and the masonry were
all the work of an obscure engineer named
Pierce, aud if the sway of the Democratic
party were eternal, the work won Id forever
remain a stupendous monument of his skill.
?i- VttiU.. Ifim.i as i!. nneors Mr. JinxXinriilyt
finer tit' Kentucky Elivtiwis.
It is estimated by soma of the best mathe
matical minds of the age, that within the last
seven years and a- half, many hundreds of
thousands ia hard cash have been transport
ed through that passage, immense sums of
which were spent for votes to prop the rot
ten fabric of Democracy. But as the pres
ent tenant of the White House has bkt about
seven months of political life to live, and has
lost all interest in the party, having uothing
more, to hope from it, it is believed that he
will squander no more iu that way, but will
lay it aside to "retire"-' on.
The gentleman who is to occupy the White
House after the Fourth of March next, is the
Hon. Joiix Bell, of this ciiy. The first work
he does ou taking possession, will be to wash
out the building from garret to cellar, and
stop up the subterraneau passage wilh im
mense blocks of integrity, a specie.s of in
destructible granite only to be found in the
parly to which he belongs.
There are three other applicants for the
White House Stephen A. Doiglas, Joiix
C. Bkeckixkidce, and AnruiiAU Lincoln- ;
but the proprietor has already given Mr.
Bell the refusal of it, and of course the rest
have no sort of chance. , ; , : ;
Attention, Friends ok the Union Rally
To-nkuit. The 1st Ward Bell and Everett
Club call upon every member, to gether with
the friends of th cause, to assemble fo-night
at the upper end of the market house, for the
purpose of proceeding in a body lo the Grand
Union Ral!y in South Nashville.
Union men, come out in your strength and
administer a sevire rebuke lo the enemies of
tiie Union. Be ou hand early.
Onio Axr Mississippi Raii.roah. Mr
Filler, General Superintendent of the Ohio
and Mississippi Railroad, was ir. this city a
few days since, looking after the interests of
his road, a very popular route with the travel
ing public, being the leading thoroughfare
connecting St. Louis and the country west of
that city with Cincinnati and Ihe East. Tb
Passenger Agent for Ibis read here ' is Mr.
C. W. Cky.spale, whose office is at that of
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad.
The Theatre. The Cincinnati Dramatic
Company will make their appearance at the
Theatre again this evening, on which occa
sioij Mrs. Fann y Dexiiam Ropsk takes a bene
fit, and it is to be hoped the' patrons of the
drama will turn out en mat?e ami make it a
benefit sure enongh. "The' bill ia The Maid
of Minister, Tlie Dancing Barher, and Tlie Lady
of the Lions all of which are very amusing
and entertaing pieces. This is the lat night
but one of the Company here.
The Grovcr & Baker Special
: 1 Premium, : Z:T
. R. D. Brockway, representative of the
Grovcr& Baker Sewing Machine Company,
offers a special premium of One Hundred Dol
lars Cash, for the best specimen of family
sewing exhibited at the next State Fair, to
lie held at Nashville, September 10th, 1SG0
The work to be done by a lady, a resident
The judges to be appointed by the State
i No persons connected with our offices will
be permitted to contend for the premium.
july2S-deofcr till Sep. 10.
No. 4C, North side Public Square, over A.
II. nick's China Store.
Tlie. Express' Frieglit Tra u. ,
Ou the Kashvillo and ChaUanoogo Railroad, will
couimr-uce ronriing on the 221 of July ia close con
nection wiib. tho F-xpress Train en tho great Southern
lane, via. Charleston and Savannah and continue dur
ing tlie business seA.son. Through time frooi New
York EIGHT PAYS. ' -
July 2a-tf ' . ' 7 r F T. ' COI, Fupt.,
Money Hard to Collect.
By reason : of which we are offering oar
large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH
ING GOODS,-very, cheap for Cash, .'or to
prompt paying customers on time.-.'. 7 '! "
WARD, BERMINGIlAM & CO.
may2G-2m '" ' ' ' . ' '. '.''
Notice. The members ' of Seventh' Ward
ijeu ana L,veretttiuoare nouueu to attena
a meeting on Monday night, Cth inst as im
port mt business is to be transacted. Seve
ral emminenf speakers will address the Club.
The public, and the ladies in particular are
respectfully invited to attend.
W. CEOS WAIT, Pres.
y-e.-' ', "' -- ?.v'.'vt--fr!
f- r f t j
y 3liai:iini Atluifl fa Is W-JJ. 'oit-
We rec. ivid List iat-uing the ... . .
- , - - S,WifO
spaich froui iur yinm fii.-iid, Moir;A. -
is at prts-f
r.:i a visjr 'jo Aikunea
defeat ol -t 'id. iIilMAX is iimiU uiu xpi jlt
i.t t: 2 J - Mi mphis, Ants, tab'; ffcfco.
Editors Patri't: llindmau .admits his de
feat bv Vy'pVii' tTtii-.ii' 'cubdi.raCe, by from
three i"t ms. Ufo-.i-'an-1. ' . I , ! I
St C. M. Mof.c.an.
5j ivwuiiri llfectiotiM. f.
Inii:p; npknc::. Aug 8 J.ickson county,
official Jiitfe'dii KI9;;rOJT l.il.VilrJ.jlvsoii
10. F.-v- Crtngresi-eid 2.mV 'Jfitehell
1,257. .'.. : . :
Booreville, p.-'itesi count ir, official --07 F.
Jacksou 41.'). .' . . . .. 7 ''
Hancock Ci-t.oty. Jackson i Orr GSO.
For Congrest;j.Milcbffl! li."U, ReMl 528. For
State Senate R will. (i5. Joljit Re'ut 1. Sped
den. nprl.i clec-'N-fl to the Legislature.
BooXtviLEK, Anar. 8.-Coopir ftonnty ofil
eial Jackson 1:070', Orr l.O.'S, - ' '
Hancock county. Jackson 55, Reld 1.094,:
Mitchell 1.021. Walker aud. .Vest tire;
elected.- ' ' '' ' ''
Howard county ofliiiai-r-Jaekscu 3.0 ma
jority, Clark 315: "-'-- ' ' ' :
Leavenworth. . Aug. 8.--Pl:Utei county
elects two candidates to ib? Legislature.
No other returns are received. '
A man nametl Copeland was killed in an
election' quarrel at Platte City ou the fUli.
The murderer tied. - .
Springpikli), Mo. Aug. 8. Ofiicial vote of
Green county Orr l,u37, C. F. Jackson 502.
11. Jae.ksou 137. Rains 1, (ICS, Phelps 57ti,
Notlaway county gives C. 1V Jackson S'Jl
Orr, 201, II. Jackson 2!, Gardenbire -14. For
Congress, Norton 1,084, Scott 241. Graham;
D., is eb cted to the Legislature, Andrew
Breck, Opp., is elected to. il' legislature,
by SOU.' " J ' i .7.V
Platte county lJorrts, Doug. Dc-ai Bd
Lawrence, Opp., at
ture.' , I i ' I
are elected to the Legt.da-
' i , - - f
tr Hall county --Crpw, Dofig; pe
ed to Ihe Legislature. '
ni.; is elect-'
Di; lvalbcomity-Shaaikr.ogh,Opp., Brook.
Dem., elected by 9 votes to Ihe Legislature.
Norton,-Doug. Dem.." elected lo 'Congress t.y
-uii-ovf rwhelming-niaj'tiitrr- ' 1
Buchaiiau eomily--SU-.imkaiurb, Opp.. ami
Duncan. Dem, are elected to the Legisla
ture. Bruce unl Roberts were beaten by it
few votes. ' '. ' - - .- . -i-i'l ;
- The Democrats in North-west Missouri gen-;
orally voted the regular ticket for State offi
cers. , . ... . .f
Stale ticket in Buch tfian connly. For
Governor -Claib.n ne F. Jackson 1,600, Sam
ple Orr 1,200, H. Jaeksou 220, tianleubire
181. Balance ol'State ticket alxuit the same.
Syracuse, N. Y., Aug. S. Tii-J Breckin
ridge Convention has nominated tire follow
ing ticketFor Governor. James T. Bradi-y of
tNew i ork; lor Liietitennnt Governor. 11. K.
Viele, of. Buffalo; fur Canal Commissioner,
James M. Jay fox; fir State Prison Iuspector,
Roller t W. Allen; for electors at Large. Gid
eon J. Tucker, Henry S. Randall. At the:
conclusion of the business Daniel S. Dickiu
son was called out aud made a characteris
tic speech. '
-'4 From lioulsvllle. ?
Louisville, Aug. 9. All the counties in
the State are heard from partly official, the
remainder nearly complete, Comb's niujority
22,170. . ... '
From St. I.oulw. '
Sr. Lous, Aug. S. Barrett's majority for
the stort term is 1 10. Blair's mnjority fur
the long term 13s5. Rollins is elected to
Congress in the Second District.
; ' . . Arrnt. . tSi.'J
Toronto, Aug. 8. Montague, the book
keeper of West McDougal, of CincidiiAti,
lias been . McDougal e3capetl.j The
detective u;o in pursuit.
' CmrAGO, Ao'g. 8. Jo'siah'W. Bliss and F.
Chadwick have been arrested for a conspiracy
to burn the Rock Island Railroad bridge.
Krccki uritloc Convention.
Syraci-se, Aug. BX-The Breckinridge Con
vention nominated James T. Brady for Gov
ernor. , ; From IVcw York.
New York, Aug. S. Counterfeit Ores on
the Addison Bank, the Ballston Spa Bank,
nnd the Merremac Bauk at Haverhill, Mass..
jara in circulation. , ' . : . , ' . f
New York, Aug, DSleps have been ta
ken to consolidate rtbc liar lcm raud Jlonsa
tonio Railroad.-. J J I i ; C X Xji'i'i. r i
St. Louts Flection, '
St. Louis, Aug. 9. In six counties Orr
gains over Rollins' in 1858 majorities -1,400.
In 13 counties Jackson gains: over Stewarts
majority 3,400. , ( ... .
IIakodadl Every thing is quiet. The
Sapanese are friend to the Americans, and
are disposck to afford facilities for trade in
accordance with the treaty. ' " ( )
Oregon-, July 21. News unimportant.
Lieut. Gillis with the.astronomic-vl party are
returning. Politics quick; Briiirh Columbia
"'Arrival of tho" F-oneV' Kxpr.?
St. Joseph, Aug. 9. The California Poney
Express of the 28th has arrived.
Trade was better, arrivals being light.
Candles 19'a20; Coffee firm. - Provisions and
Spirits inactive. .Sugar . firmer .
The Brecknridge and. Lane Democrats are
organizing enerjirticallyj 'Prominent Doug
las men are going over apparently under the
pressure of Federal influenced The Douglas
men are also actives andi iR carry the Irish
and German vote. - Seventeen ' Democratic
papers support Donglas, and 13 support
Breckinridge and 9 are non-committal. The
Republicans claim the State for Lincoln in
consequence of these divisions. : The Bell aud
Evereit party are holding meetings without
much strength. , ' ' '
It 'is reported that Ihe Pacific mail steam"
ship Company have purchased the steamers
"Brother Jouath.uu" "Senator" and -"Pacific".
Strong lloits are iikiu to prove
Rrodeiick's will a forgery. 1'hi weight '-of
ttie testiujonytbeiqg on that wde.' - ; f
The Coso district silver uiiues rre attract
ing attention. . .
There are uo' hostile Indian , 7f7.
- About seventeen camels for California use
have arrived. ' - ' -
.. ' .' Fire. ; ' :"
New OrLean-3, Aug. 8. The planing mill
and sash factory, with several other build
ings, on Gravier street, are burued. ' Losa
SbO.OOi). Insured. ", . ; ,
The schooner Star, from Yera Cruz 29 Ih,
has arrived. She brings despatches for the
State and Navy Departments. ..--.
Aiiramon was at Lagos unable to escape.
Louisville, 'Aug. 9 The river is rising
with 4 fcet 3 inches water in the canal. l
For Ueut or aticase.
I WILL rent or lea?e my place near tho Murfrees
boro' l'ike two miles from tlie city for the present
year, or Willi the privilege of live years. There, is
a convenient Ifrjck Dwelling with Kilcheu aud good
stables, and a suleudid well of excellent ' -water.
There are twelve acres of superior laud fciulable for
raising au Kinds of marketing.
feba-tf L0CI3 LEWIS.
AT this N'ew Saloon on Market street, near FcTon
f r,.-. . r. U N O II ,, r
will bfeVegalarlv seteveYr' Woroirl'ei'at lS clock
nd erery evening at it o'clock .: i - -,- jau2o-u i
.... ; . .
- House-Keepers, Attention,
THE attention of the readers of the Patriot, the
Ladies more, especially, is reauegted hv Umn
MACKt2S'7.IE & M1NC1IIX, to the excellent P.elriger
ators and Uicap i ruil Jars with Bk;U they art now
supplying our citizens. Tempests r'ruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted for pat Unir up all kinds of. Fruits
and Berries. -.They are durable, simpio aud clie-.ip,
aud the demand for them is so grcu. that already
nearly three hundred dozen have beun sold.
mvs-t - - - '
' - " C ' ' .' ' ,-'
LAND FOR SALE:
I AM now offering for salej privately , a portioa "of
my land opon which I now live.aboat live nides
from the city , immediately f routing II 2e's I'er
rv. l'lke. Tue amount pronuead tu ba k11ab
bollt .'..(;'.. jiitijii ji Ji'.ll ii ii: i
One "Hundred; and Twenty-firr lms
Which Is as fine and productive soli as there is hi tbe
eoenty or State.- There is a beautiful building site,
wnun eommanns lua view or ut eiuir netgnonr
hood and is well act ta Blueiirass; with keatiful
growth of flns forest trees. ' Between Ally and lxiy
teres Is fins clover land in growth; tlie lulauereH .
timbered, for all useful purposes. -There is also a
taerer Tailing'' spring open th tract, wbieh aCords
a KuiiM-ieocy or water for aU purposes.
in.e wwinug to purchase a spleudid Wwcier land
n a fine neighborhood, and with all otlier advanta
ges, would do weli to call and see for themselves, as
I am desirous of selling.
For tei ma, 4c., apply to GLASCOCK ft NEWSOM.
or to the undersigned on the premlae.
aravltMriwloi H. B. BIOS.
H'l .. - .it' i r II.- If. t'.r , I IM H. fi ' I i t - i t-t u.li. t t. L
. t , -UUUilll tlfl. v - "."Just recetvitnul r.a-Bale by t .- J
, f-r.,-, -Daily Patuiot 0fu:k. i
. If LOUR. The,, niaikd is well supplied.
We quele, wholesale - '
fittperiiae in bbis: ............ ...ssrac an
......... 7(u;7 50.
tr ' " s.-icks.
YV. J'T. v'H' supplies are drawn princi
tiidiv ;t,a very httl? Tennessee
Tv-tic: t be XOg 'Bered. e quotu led at $1 10
1 15 per JJs!iei jrhile $1 201 25 p, r
bushel. -'"- -
CO .KX.Tr VTiU; ptpcr. Ja?hoIj .mixed 8oc.
OATS. rer lusheL
BACON Ni tte't'iTeriug. .
LARD Is in Iemauiand seiL- ivaJily at
12-fiib. . V" - ' : 7.
. MEAL H st-lingat 7580e. B bushel.
FEATHERS V.7e quote at 40-12 B &.
"" GINSENG 250Uc. lb. . . . ' .
. GROCERIES. We qiote ; " Fair sugar
8i9 "ft lb.; prime' toclwMce 9"10c; in
barrels lc. advance oil thr.5e figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10illie.jl, t.,
crushed and powdered ll"12c: Loaf 11
. UOLASSEs ArilJ SI iiUl'.ji classes in
barrels 40 i5c gal.; half barrels 45
JSc; Rujar House 4J(oJ4jC. Uolueti oyrup
in barrels 75oj:.. hiUf bttn-ls 80c; aud kegs
(teu gHis.) otxs. - ,
. CUl'FEK. Kio lCAilTc; Ltignyra none
in market; Java 19(ie;20d. St. Stock light.
' TEA. Imperial 50?31 ; Gunpowder 50
S75c; Youug .-Hyson 40t;0 ; Black CO
1 50. ' : '' " ' . '
SALT. We quote Coarse "Sack at !?1 50;
and Fine at .81 (i0?l 75; aud Barrel at
'COTTON YARNS. The following are tie
agents. quoi.a.tious for Cotiou Yarns: 700
nnd 800, 9e. "j?, dor.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
aud 400, 12c. :
: WHISKY. Rectified ia held at 2024c
"J?, -ration, aud country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality.
CANDLiiS.-rtar. 18c per , lb. for light
tfeight; 20ri:for full Weight.- TiillOw.snmmer
pressed 13c; Sperm 4o.t50e per Hi.
Raisins Layer, $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50a2 75. ' -- '7 s
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN. f?l 50 per cwt.
HAY $26 person.
BEESV,AX 2Ca27c pcr lb. "
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
?Iarkt br Telegrapb.
New Orleans, Aug. 8. Colt,oii dall. The
steamer's news caused less firmness: sales to
day 100 bales; flour dull, 5,30a5,50; corn
dull,54a70; mess pork buoyant; holders de
mand an advance, 22,00; sugar buoyant 7.3
8 molasses 20a28; tobacco firm; fine leaf
7ii8; other articles unchanged.
New Orleans, Aug. 9. Cotloq sales to
day .450 bales including 20 bales of new;
prices easier but quotations unchanged; re
ceipts of new Cotton to-day 290 bales; Flour
dull at 5 371; Whisky rectified 17.'; raw
IS. Other articles unchanged.
Cixcixxati, Aug. fl. Flour sales 13D0 bbls.
4.50.ii,C0: wheat dull on account of an ad
vance of thre cent, on the Eastorn rates of
freight, and 10 ceuls-on floar; oats 28a34;
whisky 1o3u17; m:-ss pork firm 19.00al9,25;
sugar steady, 8:i9J; molasses 43a-l f; coffee
, u . T ' -'.-
-' New York, Aug. 9. -Cotton steady, sates
to-day 1500 bales. Middling, Upland 10;M
11J. Flour dull, sales 10,500 bbls. 5 20u5 25.
Corn, .firm, with 4v.good Southern demand,
sales I0fi,00 bnshels,; fi2Jafi3. Mess Pork
dull, sale 1,450 bbls. 19'OC"-. Lard dull,
sales 200 bbls. 12-. tl 3. Colfee quiet. Mo
lasses, Bat badoes 35. Cuba Muscovado 2fia
27. Sugar dull, sales 500 boxes. - Cuba 6?.
Porto Rico it 1 .' , '5
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or otiiers conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
win una MCLi'iui a Mreiigiuemug Uiruiol a tuoroagh
regenerator of the system, aud all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will hod
in tne ixruu a curiam auuepecuy reincuy
TO TrTTR T.AT1TFS
McL.eau' StreuiUeuiu Cordial '
Is a sovereign aud speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, -AVuiten,
Obstructed or ti0icult Menstruation, lucontiueucc of
lirineor luvoiunury nisoiiargo tbereor, Falling oi
the Womb,Onldiue, Faiutiug, nnd all DLwasesinci-
ueut to f emales - '
There Is no mistake Abont It
: SutT-r no longer. Tako it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate yoo and
cause the bloom pf health to mount your cheek again.
Every bottle i3 warrauted to glvo satisfaction. 1
C 1 ' TFOIX CUILDBF.1Y. '
ir your children are sickly, puny or acUicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, tat and ro
bust. In-lay not a- moment, try if. spd you will be
r It is Dcllclon to Tak.
CACTIOX- Bcw'sre or DruggisW or lealers who
may try to palm upon you some Bitter, or Karsapa
rilii tnih, which U.ey can buy cheap, by saying it is
lust as good.- Avoid such men- ur McLean's
Strengtuenitig Cordial, and take miLib e. It U
theoiiiy .reiuedy that.wifl purify, tue.Elood thor
oughly, and at the same time strengthen the syslem.
u. table-spoonful taken every morning fasting, Is
a certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever,
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It is put up
in large bottles. .
Price only $1 per boU'.e.or 6 bottles for $5 " -
J. H. MrLIVN,
Sole pjoprietiir'cf this CorOiaLj Al Mcfceaii's Vol
, Frmcipal Depot on tbe corner of .Third and Pioe
streets, St. Louis, Mo, i .,-''.,!
Sold by W. W. BERRY & PEMOYILLET, NashviUo,
and all respectable Druggists every where. '
, . ?, iylO-diDS-wly
SKEDLEY, EGAN & C0.,V,
.vv a -Lower Wliaff Boatr
49-A Share c f Tublic ratronago respectfully so-
f'Tl"'TT T X- TTT T n r-t 1 . . - 'V r
rso. 53 CiienySt., A;iIivi Ho.
'"if 1 VAt eeuuina licidjieck Champagne:
JV.ou cases " '
- ' '-''JjCep'Charniugne'.J. Lausseure,
. )bj ClreS ParjiiiJ, Uiiruracjie; i .
,-J t hambertiu SjiarkiiuK BurRundy
l.iO do Buruudv Wines:
-o dj t bateau auvac C'Saret-
ij do " pints;'
leu .!o Contnac Claret, first qualitv-
" Cu L-rn.?,., L.i.teaiid Muripiret-
I w do Sherries, the tinest brands.
jO lo Kuyal -SocH-ty p..rt-
i: do Taos, limn Rr:,i..i7
flo ll.t togiuic
d.i assorted C -rd ills. Paris & Pi-rd.uT-
v jj co Absyntbe Kx'ard Parnot.Coors- '
, it - 1 "cat Turin ViTaionth; . ,. ,' .'
-a ik. -...j . . '
. i aa lalian Wines; : ; " ,
' ' Si dt .arWIing Xei.biolii; . u : 2
'i do do Hrachetto;
-d do 0 Sm.fat;
f.0 do While Asti;
50 do Harulo '
au do Atacutn-onciYenneeiMi, Regiaclte.etc;
... 30 r10 UM Luj..oa.M.va d-
bama " fcur,,,1 i4 rtuUeos per bari: Ala-
Also. ATPEXSIXE KiTTKHS, recoramende.1 by
he most em:neut plivFiciaii.
Elli-NXE LAMBERT & CO ,
N.i fiSClicrry Street
Improvett Culla Pircha Ccuieiit Eoofing.
iS TUS CHCAI-EST AXD MOST PrKAItlE KOOFIXC l.V VSK.
li rnu! asu Wiita I-KO..I.-. li rau be applied to skw
and out Roofs (,y all kimh and lo old slough) roofs
tmthuul removing Ike rkinrfex.
TUG COSTH tXI.Y AHUlT OXE-THIItn THAT OF
TI.V, A VD H TWICE AS DURABLE:
GrTTA I'ekciia Ci.MKXT for preserving and rejiairinr
Tw aud Metal Uo..n of every decriiuon.
From iu great elasticity, is m Ujured or the con
traction aud expansion oi u.ctals, u.t KUl "no- crack
ui calt n-ir run i uxtrm uxuther. Theiw mat-mis
have been thoroughly t-stediuXew York and all
parts of the Southern a id Wesleru Stites, aud wo
c.uigive abundant proof t" all we claim in their
1 luy arc readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
trilhug evpoos..-. . ; i .
r "JCO IIAT TSKEqqjPED'
These tuateriuls are put up ready Tor use, an l fcr
shipping to ail parts olthe country, w.th lull printed
directions lor appiic tl.on.
Full e.-riplivt cirt oiars wil I b forivardcj ort ap
jilical on by mail r i ix-rsun, at our principal oih-e.-
51wKKiAWAYvf..iiinsiiehf. N!h..la HttK)
3IJ Ft l.TUX Sl .,(opiios tel ity Hall) BlUKIh.-
lvn. Johns & ckosij-:y.
O & V a. 'V '
Life ;PiUs-. and. Plueaix Bitters.
'IMIKSK MEDICINES have now Wn KCretbe pub
J he for a ifc-riod of THlitTY VI--VKS, and during
that lime have nfaiutaiued a lnii ciiaracler in almost,
every Kilt of the ;l.be, for ih.-ir extraordinary and
lililil.-ili.it.; iwi-rof restoring h-rfert hi-alth to jhtS.ius
sulferiii under nearly every kind ol disease to which
the human tiame is liable.
The follow iuji are uiuang the dislre-ing variety ol
hiiuian dise-ases in whwh tlie ' '
Vegetable J-ife 31tdicines
Ar known to lie infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly clcaiudug the Urstand
Secoud i-t.uia. iia. and creating a llow of iure.lieallliy
bile, instead of the Plate and acrid kind: IXATfJ
LENCY, I os.-i ik ApPKnrK, HjcaKTBt-K.v, liitaaai iik,
lit.ii.Kss, I Ti mi'kk, Anxicty, Im.i oh and Mkl
am uoij.v, which are the general svmptoms of lVfciK--
ia. will vanish, a a natural conFeu-uce of its curt.
CJSIIVNi.SS, by cleausuig Ihe wholo length ol
tlii.- niicMiiics w uu a Solvent trmvss, aud w lthout Vio
lence; all violent purges leave the Imwels co.-tit e wjth
in two dav3.
FEVEES or all kinds, by restoring the Mood to a
regular ciicu!ati.in. through the process ol rctpimlion
iu such cases, and tiietlmiouLli solution of all iiilesiiual
oil?! met ion iii olhcie.
The Life Mkihcimlb have been known tocure RHEU
MATISM pi'rnianeutly iu throe weeks, and GUUI
hail ia.ii nuie, by removing hM-iil iiiiUmmalH.u Horn
the nnisi-les and liniments ol the joint?.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and EUreugthcn
inn tin- kian.-vs and bUddei ; thev onerate in. el
light fully on these impnrluut orpins, aud hence have
ever been found a certain rennilv for the worst cases of
Ais.i, WOSalS. by disioilfina from thn turninirs ol
the bowels iiio miuiv uialter to which tln-e creatures
ECURVY. TTLCKB5 & TXVETEI? ATP! SORTS.
by luo H-rlei-t purity w lii.-n tli.-so i.lt-h Ht jdCl.S r.S
give to I lie t.loo.1, aivi nil tli.- Iiinnvirs.
SUJKBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEX -
UC. I.v lUeir ulleliiiiveellei l U1HU tlli-t'.lids MTWlsl
the skin, an I tin- morbid flat.- of w Inch occasion-; all
enipliy.- toinplaiuts, !-a,lio-, iloudy, aud ollu di.-a-
gr.-eable CoRlplcX iull-.
Ine lire of Hies.- Pill for averc fhort time willeilect
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
provement in the clearness ol iu skin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUESZA always be cured iy
one iosc. or bv two in Ihe vinrsl cases.
PILES. The original proprietor -t theM M.-dicineis
was cured of Pil.-s of 3i years xtandiinr bv the use of
the LIFE MEDICINES alone.
FEVER AND AGUE For this sconrire of the
Western couuu y. lliee .Medicines will bo fouud a safe.
sikt-dy and certam remoly. (Mlier in. hIm iii.-s leave ll.o
system Fiib.iect to a return of tin di-ns- a run- by
these yiedicines id nrnianent THY THEM, BE SATIS
FIED AND BE CI'KED.
EILI0US FEVERS & LITER COMPLAINTS.
A.KM-.IIAL llKHILll V, 1a.-v- OK AlVI-.TirK. alid Dl.SK-. Of
Fkmaiks -ij.u MedicuiiM have beou used with tiie im;t
beneHei.il results m rw-s of this description: Klmi's
Evil, mid ScKoFTUi, iu its worst forms, yields to the
tuna yet pow-crliilai-lionol these reinarkal.ie M-dicines.
Nhsht Sw katm. Xksvous Dkiui rrr. NraivorH CuMi-iJMNTS
if all killd;;, P.M.rlTATloX OF Tllli I1K.V.T, I'AIXTEKS' .1.
are spiiiliiy cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose con-
Ftiliilioiisliave b.i-oin.! iiiiiiiiii'ttl bv the miudicioiis use
of .Mercury, will tlud theSe Meilicuies a perfe-t cur', 118
they never lad to eradicate from the system, all theef-f.-cM
of Mercury, iiitinii. lv s.x.ner thiiii the pnvit hw
erful profiaralimix ia Sarta par ilia, j
rrejfflriHi an.t soi-i iiy .
V. IS. 3IOFFAT,
333 Broapwat, New Yokk.
FOR SALE BY A1X MUTti'ISTS. : '
jnlylS-diw ly .- , , -
L French Dress and Pack
.'i O 1 5i iT7l !ll X U K
iii College Street,
Ladies9 and tie'nts' Fine Trunks,
HAS mceived a idiUnnal sui!ies ot La.lles' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of the latest tsty les. best
Lnglihh Nile Leather Su-el S-iriue Trunks: I .a lies'
Bonnet Boxes, single aud Coublelop; Valises, Bags,
ise., c, mr Baic at very low prrccs.
. June-tl . - . JOHN EAMAGE.
LJ AVING beeu appointed sole Agents for the sale
-CX sale o' the above celebrated Mineral Water in
I his city , will always be prepared to supply ibote
needing 11, wilii 11 Iresn ironi the well.
Below w ill be fouud tbe opiuious of some of the
rn siei.111.1 ol lA.uisviIle, us lo lis merits.
JO. U. Bl'.uWN EVANS,
r.'5 4:1, College Street, Nashville.
opinions of physicians; zzrsrs
We the uudersigned, ' have had occasion to pre
scribe and w atch ine use of the Artesian Water, iu a
vari-ty 01" diseases, and wo have no hesitation iu de
claring it to be our opinion tl.ul it is an exceedingly
valuable remedy in umny chrouic diseases. Those
iu which :ls use bus beeu atleiiucd with the most
marked beneiit ibu far are, chronic riieuiiiatisin ,
cutaaeousail.-clions, aud some 01 tnecuruuic uisor
ders of the digestive system.
The known chemical elements found in the water
of such a nature, aud they exist iu such states of
combination, that we have no doubt it will be
fouud in a more extended exprneuce, iu itseifects to
have as wide a range orapplcability iu the cure of
diseases as any mineral waU-r kuow n.
M. OLI SMITH, M. D., I'r..r. of Surgery in Ky.
'J 1 i Sc 100I of Medicine. i , j . ;
P E. fcTVVINfi , l. D. ' , - t
W. A. HUNDLEY, M D.,Pupt., Inlsville Marine
T J.tiltlFFIN M. D.
JOS. W. I'ITNA'4 11. P., Pnp't. Iiuisvnio Alms
J. W. KNItiUT, M.D.
" Cholera, Flux, Djseutery.
NO family should bo without the Pysentery Pyr
0) iu the liouso. Children are dying daily from
Bowel CotupUint, w hich this teiuedy would pnnptly
cure. - .. . . Qa
. Debility , from Heat.
While the Thermometer ranges imr 90 in the
shade, the UraeTcuberg HEALTH BITTERS, which
cot ihe a package, makes the best strengthening
tonic in tho world. For 25 cents you can make half
a gallon of these health giving Bitters, which aid the
apH-tite, give power to the constitution, regulate the
buwels aud conquor 3 geL-eral debility. Now is the
season lor their use.
julyl3-tf MACKENZIE & MINCDIN. .
Ls BOW, LOST, HQ7 jBESTOI
Just rublishelj in' a Seated Envelope,'
A I JTTTRE OX THE XATTTtE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexnal Debiiity. N'ervousnera and Involun
tary Embsjtooa producing Impoleury, Cons uniit ion aad
Mental and Physical Debility.
Bv ROB. J. CXT.VERWFJX, M. D.,
Tlie important tact that Ihe awful consequences of
seir abu. may b ellecniully remod aitliout internal
medicines or llie dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medirati-d bougies, and other empirical de
vices, 13 Iierft clearly demonstrated, and tbe etitirely
new and bighlv successful treatment as adooted br the
cek-bratod utiiber fully vxiilaiut-d, by tueaiui of which
every ouo is enabled to cure.himsrlf perfectly, and at
the least possible cost, Wiureliy avotmg all the adver
tised nostrnmsof the day. Thi3 Lecturu will prove a
booq to thousand and thourandK. . - - . , ,
Seat nuder seal ia any address, KyaAax.iM tlie. re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, 4H) First Avenue, New York. Post Box
4.6S6. ...... . ' . ,. . iulylS-tt
Down .Yith Yoar Dust. :
IF yon wish to sweep One Carpet? without Injuring'
thorn or raiiiiu!! a das.t. Ode TUE PATENT CAR.
PET SWEEPER. . "3
julyl3-tT MACKENZIE MIX CHIN.
FresH Corn. Alcal.
ANEW snppry j.ist receiv.vl per Ralrotd, and
for sale by " - EENJ. F. i-HIEU S s
jaiys3,isMr;' ; - -
AN Apprentice Boy about 15 yea: eld tiieam
tliA Pv;.titinff nn it Prrsa hnsiitos. li.n!v l tl la
An anerient mi stom&chia vmaTatioii of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydroeen. of kieh medical author
ity and extraordinsTT eflScacr in each of the
following complaints, vix. :
DEBILITY. NERVOUS ATTECTlOKS. EMA
ciation, dyspepsia, diarrhea, c0nstt.
?lti0n. ccrofula, salt bheum, scurvy,
jaundice, liver complaints rheuma
tism, MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
MTTTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS, MIS
MENSTRUATION. WHITES. CHLOROSIS, etc
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, S0UGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, et& ... .
The IRON beintr absorbed br the blood, and
thus circulating through, the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder.
Tlie experience of thousands daily Droves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in el
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (flmor albas, chlorosis, etc), iu
effects are delightfully renovating. Na remedv
has ever been discove-'ed, in the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and fully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
with, an unusual disposition for active ant
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
as a grand stomachic and general restorativ -it
has no superior and no substitute.
Pnt np la lie at flat metal boxes containing
HO Mils, price BO cents prr box t six bnir,.
S'l 50 ? vac tiocen boxes. S4- (ML . For male by
Dntztrlsts.e-eitcraUr. Will be seat freo u
any address on recf-lpt of the prtee. AU lel
if rs, oraera, env, uieoid be artrlrt e t te
R. B: LOCKE & CO.'.
' -1 ' ' General Agents. .
339 BROADWAY, W.'V.
N. Tl above Is at facsimile mT tb
latN-t on each box. -
doc2-w-dtriwAwly - t .
- J'--"?-:"' . - " t
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
A. II. ROSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS
a WXkruerr Brosd and Market streets, -Nashville,
UJ E ai-e prepared to execute orders Tor Dmst
aud llledicliiea and all articles nt rixn
ing to tne in-ug Busmess, with despatch nd at the
owuM atarket prices- - - .-
Ihe same atlantion Will be rivanasheretoforn to
bave every article ofai good quality as.reDresented
aud. in n.insuin wilt anything be put Bp that la of
a doubifulor soj.hisiicateU character. . '. ;
it ts our intonlion to maintain tbe reputation w
have estabhfched in rclliue none but Pure ltruas and
Medicines, and we. therefore, invite von to examine
our stock before buying elsewhere, belicvli g wecan
show you indooemouts seldom offered in this or anv
other Southern city . In addition to Drags we have
constantly on hand a .large stock of Perfumery,
Soapiao Toilet Articles, Whito Load, Llns?e Oil,
Turpentine ViruKhic;, '.-quar and Wluci for meili-
Modeler rof . Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
I ATS, CAPS -AND -LADIES' FURS
No. 23 Public Square,
IV ASHY I L LKi N ESSEE.
T'hCi Chinese Hat.
ANEW rtyle, direct impoclation from Cantos, got
up exiM-essly for the hot weatlier. at tte Fsfd-
louable Hal Fniporium of : FRAN' ISOOrt,
july!2-tf k . No. 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Goods.
U l....... v w. mw ; miv. lui DVJ3,
- CLildrcn, Infants aud little Misses, ta.- which ihe
inMCfvTlYrt r -11 - 1.. ...... . 1 r
alien t ion of the ladies Is particuhirly requested.
.C-. -i A. J. FRANCISCO .
Hatterand Furrier, No. 23 Public Sqnare. Nashville
Tlie Japanese Hat.
AKEWKtyteoTHort Hat, welfrhlng only 1 oance,
just received this day by express, at the lash
iooabie Hal Emporium of
23 Public Square
. Tlie Drab 'French" Ottar,
entirel-r new aesics, at the Eat Einpu
julyl2-tf" ' '
' 23 Public Square.
Chapcau Gnarabaldi. ;
ANEW style or Soft Hat,' of entirely new design,
j ost received by express.
A. J. FKAIKCISCO, '
julyl2 No. S3 Public -jquare,NabvUle, lens"
SV'J, .' " ' ''. -
1 3 iLO H SH 0 N a H ai
On the; European . Plan,
OTY OF NEW TOEK.
Single' Rooms 50 cents per Daj.
City Hall Sqnare, corner of Frankfort st,
! "(rtji'posiw cay: rtan.) f
Meati, as thev may .! ordered, in the spacioes Re
fec iory. there is a iiirher's tfliop and Bath Rooms at
taclied to the Ihacf. r i- i j .
N. B Bkwarb of RrxxEas and rLkrwan who say
weareftll. ti-r.'l ,-;-K. IltENCU, , ,
' JulvlS-ly Prro--iT-.
Clieap Feed for Stock.
THE Feed reduced to t20 per barrel by
- ' " ' BENJ. F. gHJELIe A
July 23, lSCO-tf. ,. , .
Extra Flue Corn" Meal.
AN additional supply just received fer Olenwood
Ali, tilty harreisef tbe cheapest Food for Stock-
in the market.
BENJ. F. -SHIELDS a CO..
LADIES floe bUck Congress Gaiters, with heels:
" c, u Uee- -- , -
V'. brown Congress. '' - i m
" . " , " bl'k button " -. r-
" " Kid Slinnera. with and aiOwtnt h-
together With other styles of Ladies' MiuaiJ
Children's shore.- r- ' - r - . 1
c; --j 'ALSO
A large and superior stock: of Gentlemen's wear-
Patent Leather Gaiters aad Strapt 8tos;
Calf Congress and Uxfurd Ties;
EugCtlf " -
The above goods are all fresh and of the best qual
ity, and which we are o tiering at reduced htkh.
Call at No. -1 Public Square.
juae7-tf- ssao ' aNTDER M FKIZZELL.
2,822 yd-Carpetiu;at Auction
(ON TCESDAY MORNING AUGUST 7THJ
tWii & o. r:n- i
i-BENJ. r! SHIElDg ft CQ;, ',
WILI. sell on account of whom it may coooera.
( in parcels to suit prrchasec.) a lan?e DDnun!
ment of assorted Patterns, Cbiors. land oualiiaea nt
carpetings of the latent nytea. - Ttioee wishing to
purcnase wiu Qua uii aue io present the best oppwrta-
uuj vk. win Deawu. 4c-riws uui w seting. .
r ri f-i ' . benj. v. gmtLDS & co
,..wSa jjj Central Rooms. CoUeee sUe
Clerk. and. Master's Sale of Iot
Thomas 3. Hoffman, Ad m er, William IHo8maa
ana others. - .
RY virtue ef a Decree of tbe Honorable C-rcnit
r-Aiirft at TC.ahviltA Toa.n . i .
- wvwa.w. . u . . . , . v u k.- , i.wiuuinTil m
above cause at it May Term, iibO, I will expose to
Public Sale to the highest ladder, at thu Oourt-houaa
in the city of Nashville,
OaSatnr-ay tucjlllli day cf Acgwt,' 1SC8
A valuable Lot of Ground la theCitj ef KaehvlHel
ucius i- -' " ia imiui cl utiegue a aau.
tioa V Nashv ti, fronting on the West skie of Si.roa
street forty-feet. Said Lot is sold fur ptf lilioo .
TskMS or Si lx Said lot will be sold upon a credit
of six, twelve and eighteen months, with tctertct
from dale, except the sum of one hundred do liars
cash. DAVID C LOVE.