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" Special Tlntices.
HORN'S SILVER BAND!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND LV
THE CITY, J1 attend to all cal'j- for music belli at
time and abroad, err tne entire satisfaction or no
charge. The Band is composed of .
with a complete set of new silver inslrwuenti.
ill fnw Tnnsu fnr rimorals . oicniCS, Serenades
and jubilees will be attended to promptly.
W. I HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
13 South College .st.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURL
A POWTRFUl. REMEDY
A POW-klie UL. KlvMbLi
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
7 0UNG HDf whoanr suifirin from the effects of
A vouthful indiscretion can w snreiy and perma
nently restored by u.-:uig tbe
&. QUA V I T A E ,
A Rfiacdy of Grtat and Certain Power.
igThis rnuedv is pat op in small via!. and ran be sent
n:l ti. anv address. A trial will f-atc-fy. L'se it
f.ir a e. t. and yon will experience a gr at lm fit. A
circular rimtaaiiiz (nil particular-! s. lit (fro) on appli-
all"n. iTice per bottle $1
t ie bottle will last a mth.
B This remedy is suitable fir eilber s-x.
" x.i !r,s K. tT.l GER, Medical A'ei.t.
47 Broadway, New York.
Ilollowa)' 1U1. Bilious and Bowel com
ulainU re s;edily eurel by a steady perseverance
u.lh these naediciiu.-?. In Fever and Ague, the effica
cy of tins remedy U almost beyond belief ; it should
be resorted to as soon as the disease is suspected Horn
recunng chilis and flu.-h-s, biliousness, loss of ap-
t.te, furred tonzne a'id dry sk.n . Sold every here.
From tbe Ladies' Visitor, New -Yt.rk,Se UniIer, l.:5'
S'-Atx.twi'.H PtrrARE&Gu-z seems to be umvt r-aliy
welcome.! I.v bous.-keepers wli.-rever it goe.--; it is
pr:L-!y t!i" ready reliable adhesive subitanc need,
ed f.Trepairii. furniture and hoUM-hold ware.
B.IUVAR, Juiie IS, 1 '-
MK--SRS. Ciaek. Ckei;oet & Co.: I have been fur
ni vars w.relv afll.eted with frost bitten feet
.i.....r u-iiiti r months, uiitil I b ippily found a
rmedy in our valuable medicine, the Ambr.ial
:! since tliat tune I have n.d tt in Toolh'iche, Klieu-
Ti,.,-it fliolicand Burn.', and found a
never railing renie.!y in the most severe caes.
1 then f..re take j;reat j.leasure in recommending
tbe Aiubrowal Oil to a world of alBiction,f.t lini; con-
t,.4....i .1 isf! the requisite qualities to cure tbe
luo-t t vere i-isw for which you recommend it.
MRS. MARTHA A. lirirI.E?TON.
Tii-follow ins (oinp.imentary notice is taken from
tlie Mi'-.-ouri Democrat :
Ismi-nse Amount Si-ffeking Reueved by Taking
M ! tts'.i .tkem: rntNiXG CoRKIAL. Since the 17th of
AtiiTu.-t, the following cases have b.-en riorted cured:
l'5 M-r.ns have been cured of General Debility.
fs : ' : " Ner-ous Debility.
o " ;' Iis.'a:-cs of the Kid
1'Op. r-ors who have been afli.cted with various complaint-.
Fever, Chronic Diarrhoea, Dysettry, I-iver
i ompUmt, Night Sweats, Dyspepsia, and Weakness
or the Iiegestive Organs, have been cured, besiuesa
larte number from whom we have not yet heard.
Mriean's Strengthening Cordial and Blood ruriOer
is a remedy required by every one in the Western
and South west.-rn country. It is.very p'.easaut and
a?r-aab e to Uke, aud it can be Uken by man, wo
man and chil L
As a diuretic, it will enre any disease of the Kid
uevs or Bladder, and us an alterative, it w 11 purify
iti lilo-id and remove all pimples, sorts or blotches
from the skin.
Tr it one drachm is sufficient to convince the
m. s. t-i.ti.-tlof its wonderful strengtheuii.g and in
Sc- ;he advertisement in another column.
It oval Havana Lottery
The following numbers drew the principal prizos in
the drawing of July 17th, 1560:
Vn Pr zes. J Nos. Prizes
01 MO sino.ooo I 10.010 S3"l.0o0
"si'-T 50.0. 0 I 1 & 7 2 ,CC0
Numbers f95, 1C35, 14H, 205, 3313, 4323. 5092
Cl. 7101. 7"2o, 777o, 7?03, 835, 84B1, 912 J, 9343
Sfi3S. 10419. Ili23, 1aJ604, 12,02. 12.120, 12.150
12,515,12 ,14 004, 15,725. 17-5, 15,275, 13.719
lS.'M, 19,2:5, 10.&50,2Jc5, 20,699, 21,44. 21,516
22J553, 2 : .Si 2, 23.57, 24,704.25 485. 25,473, 25,716
25,rS5, 2-V7, 27.C47, 2.C41, iS,SC2, 25,S03, drew
'lhe S30.600 prize. I am informed, was drawn by
jfoOT:. Tosser JcCo.'- Extract rIIarana Cirrtspfn
dsnce .f Ikarlato Mercury, puUithtd July S, 1SC-)
TV. nert drawing r-f this celebrated Lottery will
re place on the 4th of August. For lartk. u:ars see
advertisement in another column.
aug5-ditri-wlt PoX r.ODRIGCEZ.
1 eld tut mv entire inter.-'St in the Brm of
XKU01.0 & HrxniRH, to David HrMrnBET,
will continue the business as heretofore. I
assist him in winding up the business of the old
ilrm. and solicit for torn a ccnticuancc of the i-atrcn
ae bestowed 111 the old Crm.
July 2, lbtO. J- C. XICHOLSON
ln order to reduce my Stock as much as possible,
i.fore receivicc new Goods, for a short time I will
cHt-r my entire stock at cost, for cash.
ca DAVID HUMPHREY,
o IT It II I For the INSTANT RELIEF and
1 XI Jl A ptRMANENT CURE ol this dis-
ressing complaint use
F 12 IV D T S
Uade by C. B. SEYMOUR & CO., 107 NASSAU Sf.,N
V. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. .
The flgislature of the State of Georg5 having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of Lotteries within it3 Jurisdic
tion, after the 1st diy of June, I860, we will on that
day , reuiov our entire business to W ilmtngton, net
WOOD, EDDY CO ,
" Wilmington. Delaware.
Ournors and Vanaeors of the Delaware, Missouri and
Keutuckt State iAitleries.
To repeal all laws, and parts of laws.anthorizing Lot
teries in the Stale of Georgia , and for other pur
Sfccrios 1. The GmeralAsumtily of Georgia do enact,
That from and after the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred and Six.y ,all law aud parts of lawB author
ize r Lotteries in the State of Georpia, or the vend
ii.K of lottery Tickets iu said State, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1858. mayl5-tf
DU. KING'S DISPKNSAKY
FOIl PRIVATE DISLASLS.
j DR. KING, formerly of New York, lor
jTrj -5, tlie last four ycaraof Louisville, Ky.,
X and who his devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, flat
ters himself, h iving attended to a practice for so ma
ny years, aud cared so many thousands, he is era
bled to cure all diseases of a private nature, no mat
ter bow bad they may be from Injudicious medical
treatment, or from negtrcl of their own. Dr. Kink's
Dispensarv is No. 23 Deaderkk street, between Cher
rv and the Square, second story, where ue cures all
diseases of a private nature.
Goxorkuka cured without nauseous medicines or
nterlerence with business.
S-rKiCTrRy of old or recent date, effectually cured
j a few days, by an operation wu ch causes no pain.
Where a Stricture arista health cannot be erj- yed.
perhaps nodisease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
STiLt?,wiUi at! the diseases of the t-kin, grosinc
out of neglect or bad trtauoeut, can be ellecclually
cured in a few days.
jiojuii WiAUM. Particular attention having
been given to U11 disease, and ajl the conat queucea
crowing cut of it, brought on in many case by the
destructive habits of iLcousiderale youths, aud ex
cessive indulgence of the paaaions, a neglect of which
will undermine the constitution, rendering the sub
ject uo at far busuiesH vr society ,aod c.aiug prema-
tare old age.
Female who maybe laboring with any difficulty
of the Womb may rest assured of immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating
their case, wMhs fee enclosed , directed to Dr. A.
King, No. i3 Deader.: street, Nashville, Tenn., wul
Lve the necvuary medicuies sent tc ttieir address,
With Becetsary ireeticns. Strict secrecy observed.
lrfl;e boars from 9 o'clock in the. morning until 9 iu
the evening. . Jalylo-udaAly
Tempest's Stone Jar
Boat supercede aB others.
;ua6-tf MACKENZIE & MINCHIX.
., L L K :
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14. 1860
1 l 1 '-
ROCK CITY MILLS.
' " RETAIL PRICES.
"Bell" Floor in. aga $ , in half bags 8
Oid Hickory do. " 4 26;.'. 2 15
Eagle do.! ' 3 SO; " 180
Mixed Bran, perluoibs.. onedollaf .
Corn Meal, perbushel.$l 00.
Delivered to ill parts of tbe citjr. sep21-ly .
iHOVE.MEMS OF THE RAILROADS.
Departare of Paiieneer Traliit.
NaSHVIIXZ AChaTTAXOOGA 4 A.M., 3 P. It.
iKiSEEgKE AUiitiJiA 4:15 A.M., 3:00 b M.
Ic5Sviu.Ea: Nashville 5:00 A.M..5: P.M
" " (iaitaiiiiEipre8s4x30 P.M.
tDGtriELD s ivKNTLCKT :aO A.M., 2:46 P.M
Arrival of Paatenger Tralni.
NASHTILLnACHATTAaoOGA 5 P. M.,8 A.M.
Tisxessu k Alabama 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M
LocihvillsA Nasuvilis 305 A. M, 2:16 P.M
" " Gallatin Express 9:1 0 A. M
fcDGKFIKLD KB.XTTCKT lO A.M., 7 P. I.
Jtg We are authorized to announce S. N. HOL-
LING SWORTH as a candidate for reflection to the
office of Mayor at the next ilunicipal election.
tOf- We are authorized to announced K. B. CHEAT
HAM an a candidate for the office of Mayor at the
next Municipal election. julyl2-te
JtTJT We are authorized to announce John Hugh
Smith as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing muni
We are auihorlz-d to 'announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election aa Councilman for the 5th ward,
at the ensuing Municipal election. june7-te
JTj3 We are authorized to announce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 5th
V.'ard, at Ihc ensuing Muncipial election.
We are authorized to announce Rob. L.
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman of the 4th
ward. July 16-td.
4T5 We are authorized to announce J. C. McFER-
P.AN as a candidate for Alderman for the tecond
We are authorized to announce Dr. A. A-
HATCHER ah a candidate for Councilman for tbe
Eighth Ward. july27-te
ISAAC PAUL will serve, if re-elected Council
man from the Seventh Ward. jul27--te
V7 We are authorized to announce JAMES T.
BELL as a candidate for Couucilmau for the Second
jS-Wc are authorized to announce WM. SHANE as
a candidate for re-election as Couucilmau of the Third
t,ffc are authorized to announce GEOKGE DAR
EN as a candidate for re-election as Councilman of
the Third Ward. julj25-ta
We are authorized to annouuccC. E.H. MARTIN as
a cand.date for C'oui.cilman from the Fourth Ward.
We are authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Jr.,
as a candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward at the
next election . augS-te
'I lie 'ev Fire Department.
Henceforth tbe city of Nashville, like all
the enterprising cities of the Union, is to
have Ler fires extinguished by the power of
steam. This new order of things may be
I dated from Saturday last, the 11 tb, on which
day the new department m;iy be said to have
been fairly organized and the engines placed
in the hands of the officers of the companies.
Tbe Steam Fire Department of Nashville,
according to the provisions of the act creating
it, is to consist of not more than five engines.
At present there are bnt two, and it will
probably be a long time before the number is
swelled to the limit prescribed by the bill.
These engines are in the hands of two com
panies, each company consisting of one En
gineer, two Pipemen, two llosemen, one
Fireman, tnd two Drivers one lor engine
and one for hose-carriage.
The Chief Engineer is to be elected annu
ally, and is to give a bond of $2,500 for a
faithful discharge of his duties. He has power
to nominate, for the concurrence of the City
Council, the pipemen, privates and others of
tbe two companies, who are subject to re
moval for neglect of duty. The Company
Engineers are appointed by the Mayor, two
thirds of the City Council concurring, and
t,i.i ihoir r.ffieM rme vear. civinff bond of
$1,500 for a faithful discharge of their du
ties. They are required to be continually
present at their engine houses, except when
on duty at fires, and are required to keep
their engine, tender, hose-carriage and
horses always in good condition and ready
All persons employed in the companies are
required to be free white men, twenty-one
venrs of aw. and citizens of the United
States. When lound intoxicated they may
be expelled by a two-thirds vote of the City
The Chief Engineer (wh is not yet ap
pointed, the City Marshal acting in that
capacity till such appointment is made) re
ceives a salary of $1,000 a year, payable
quarterly. The Company Engineers receive
each S700 a year, payable quarterly.
The Pipemen receive each $600, payable
monthly. All other members or tbe compa
nies receive each $400 a year, payable
monthly; except the llosemen, who receive
$12 50 per month. Each member, including
both officers and privates, is to give his en
tire time, both night ani day, to his duties.
The Uoscmen, however, are simply required
to attend all fires and perform such duties as
are required of them by the Pipemen. The
following is a list of the officers and privates
of the two companies:
OF TUB ECLIPSE.
Company Engineer Jos. Iivin.
rijtmen William Long and Henry Weilter.
rricalesJ. B. Smith and C. P. Sayres.
Jlosemm W. H. McFerrin and Jas. Frank
Drirer Jolly Parrish.
OF THE J. M. HAMILTON.
Company Enyinter Richard narman.
ripemen James Davis and F. W. Horn.
Privates Hugh Kyle and Thomas Brus-
llosemen K. J. Marling and David Tank-
Drirer Sam. Corbitt.
Acting Otief Engittetr of tU Department W,
M. Brown. Ciiy Marshal.
Tbe larger engine, the FAipse, is to be sta
tioned somewhere on the Public Square, and
the other, the J. M. Iltmilton, at the Engine
House of Company No. 5, on Cherry street,
Tbe Eclipse was made by A. D. Jb E. Latta,
of Cincinnati, and cost $5,500. The J. M.
IlanullQn, by Nefie & Lett, Philadelphia,
and cost $3,494.
Xkw Bell Paper is MisdissiFPL A
. - e 11.
new paper, devoted to tne cause vi mc
Constitutional Union party, is about to oe
started at Jacinto, Miss., by Mr. James M.
Normext. It is to be called the Tishomingo
Patriot, and will be published at $2 a year
clubs of twenty or more at $1,50. We
trust it will be liberally sustained.
Opex Again. It will be seen from the
card of Dr. Ucddlestox In another column,
that the Drug Store recently occupied by
Messrs. Wells & Hooper, on Cedar street.
is again open, and that the large stock of
drugs, medicines paints oil- Slc, will be
gold at greatly reduced prices, either at
wholesale or retail.
JCSTThe Union Mass Meeting at H antsville
yesterday was no donbt a splendid affair.
We learn from a private dispatch that the
crowd was immese, and that Messrs. Clemens,
Dawson, and Davis, of Ala., and Gov. Neil
S. Baows, Gen. G. A. Hexrt, Gen. Jo. G-
PicxkTT, and others of this State were pres
TtvrH District Dell and Everett Clcb.
A Bell and EverEtt Clob will be formed in
the Tenth District, on next Tuesday night.
August ICth, 1860, at the School House of
Mr. Koscis on High street, near Demam
brane. All voters in tbe District who are in
favor of "TheUnion, the Conslitution, and the
Enforcement of ths Laws7' are invited to be
present and aid in the formation of the Club,
SrSaw an Irishman on Deadcrick aLreet
yesterday witn ni3 Beaa cared in. lie wa3
very muddy and slightly intoxicated, and
tbe only inforrration that conld be got out
of him by his sympathizing friends was that
"the man that keeps tbe boardiog-bouse had
struck him." The man that keeps the board
ing-house ought n't to do so. -
The steam fire-engine Eclip went
down towards Broad street yesterday after
noon to show the people down that way how
she can throw water.
Sale of Harness Stock. Twenty-four
head of fine stock will be sold at Westwood
on Wednesday, 15th inst. at 11 o'clock-
Cars will leave the depot of the Tennessee &
Alabama Railroad at 10 and 10J o'clock
and carry passengers free of charge to and
from the sale grounds. 2t
Firk-works. Torches and Flags. Joux
Luck, 45 Union street, announces in to-day's
Patriot that he has now in store a very large
assortment of articles in the above line. Ilia
torch-lights, intended for political and other
processions, are something new, and are said
to be ahead of any thing of the kind ever
Eecn in this country.
Moore s Sewixo Macuixes. We invite
th3 attention of the reader to the card
of Mr. E. D. White, Agent for the
sale of Moore s family sew ing machines
ui zi oonege street. lnese ma
chines make the Grover fc Biker stitch
and are now tbe cheapest machine in tbe
market. We have examined work executed
with one of them, and cannot see that it is in
ferior to that made by the hundred-dollar ma
chines. Those who wish to purchase should
call at Mr. White's aud examine his ma
chines before they buy.
Wofstexberger's Paxorama. These Pan
oramas attracted a rather large assembly of
ladies and gentlemen to Odd-Fellows' Hall
ast night. They are, we think, the most
artistically executed and the most attractive
paintings of the kind that have been exhibited
in Nashville for years. They afford a very
instructive and interesting evening's enter
tainment. The lecture which accompanies
it is far from being the bore such lectures
usually are. Go up to-night and see these
your Home Bright and IMeaa-
More than building showy mansions,
More than dress and Que array.
More than domes or lofty steeples.
More than station, power, and swav,
Make your home both neat aud tasteful,
Bright and pleasant, always fair.
Where each heart shall rest contented,
Grateful for each beauty there.
More than lofty swelling titles,
More than fashioi. 's luring glare,
More than Mummon's gilded houors,
More than thoughts can well compare
See that home is made attractive,
By surroundings pure and bright;
Trees arranged with taste and order.
Flowers wilh all their sweet delight.
Seek to make your homo most lovely,
lx-t it bj a smiling sprit,
Where, in sweet contentment resting,
Care aud sorrow are forgot;
Where the flowers and trees are waTiug,
Birds will sing their sweetest song,
Where the purest thoughts will liuger,
Couli deuce and love belong.
There, each heart will rest contented,
Seldom wishing far to roam;
Or, if roaming, still will cherish
Memories of that pleasant home.
Such a Home makes nun tne bolter;
Pure and lasting its control
Home, with pure and brigut surroundings,
leaves its impress on tne soul.
The undersigned candidates lor Elector for the 8th
Congressional District, will address their fellow-citi-z-ns
at the following times aud places :
Kingston's Springs, Cheatham c'nty, Monday, Aug. 20
I loues' Cross Roads, Dic kson Tuesday, 21
I SUden's Store, ' " Weds'day," 22
Charlotte, Thursday, 23
Wiley's, on Piney, " " Friday, " 24
Danielrville, " Saturday, " 25
Bowling Green, Stewart county, Monday. " 27
MagnoliA, " Tuesday, " 23
Dover, " " Weds'day," 29
Great Western, " Thursday," SO
Push's Mill, " Friday, " 31
Wood's Store, Montgomery county, St 'day, Sept. 1
Clarksvilie, " " Monday, " 3
Palmyra, " ' Tuesday, " 4
Smith's Shop, " Weds'day;" 5
Port Royal, -' Thursday," 6
Turnersville, Roberston county, F-iday, " 7
Cooperstown, ' Saturday, " S
J.xo. F. HofSK,
K. W. Hatwoop,
J. K. McCasn.
Other appointments will be made hereafter, of
which the public will be duly notified.
The Grover & Baker Special
K. II. Erockway, representative of the
Grover. & 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
beheld at Nashville, Septemter 10th, 1860.
Tbe work to be done by a lady, a resident
The judges to be appointed by the State
No persons connected with our offices will
be permitted to contend for the premium. .
july28-dco&w till Sep. 10.
No. 4G, North side Public Square, over A,
II. Hick's China Store.
The Express Frieglit Tra n.
On the Nashville and Chattanoogo Railroad, will
commence running on the 22 1 of July in closa con-
nextion with the Express Train on the great Southern
Ijue, via. Charleston and Savaunuh and continue dur
ing the business seison. Through time from New
York EIGHT DAYS
July 20-tf E. W. COLE, Supt.-
Money 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, BERMIXGHAM & CO.
niBITS OF GOOD SOCIETY.
A Hand Boo k for L ies and Gentlemen
This is cot, as might be inferred, a collection ol set
forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, and conven
tional inns. . Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a deep toinker, a sage
reasocer, and correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, and will find
its way into every library. For sale by
J0HX YORK. 4 CO., '
my 11 No. 38 Union streot.
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for August, 1S60.
GODEY S LADIES BOOK, for August. '
WAVERLY MAGAZINE, for July 28th,
For sale by . F. HAGAN,
Julyl9-tf College street.
Jia Time to wait for the Doctor!
A BOUT these times all children will eat green fruit.
X. At any moment of day or night, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Morbus, Dyaentery or Dt-
rrbou. Ao time then to send for the doetor. The
Grefenberf Dysentery Syrup Instantly relieves al
sa3h cases. .No family ought to be without It in the
house. In promptness has saved thousands tf valu
able lives in Tennessee In the past few years. Only
0 cents a bottle enough for a whole family for a
whole season. A fresh lot Just received.
iMJlS-tf lUCaENZJ ft aHXCEIX,
..Monday. -. Aagust 0
w ednesday, , 8
Thursday, 11 9
Frk'ay, ' .10
. - Saturday, 11
Monday, 'I 13
Tuesday, . 14
........Thursday, l li
Friday, " ' 1;
Saturday, " 18
Greto vil le ...... .
Monday, " 20
Tuesday, " 21
, Wednesday, '- 22
, Filday, . . . " 24
Saturday, " 25
Monday. " 27
Bca.i 's station . . . .
Tuesday, " 28
.....Wednesday, .;. 2
Friday, ' 31
.Saturday, September 1
...Monday, " 3
....... .1 uesday . " 4
Wednesday, ' 5
Thursday. '. ' b
Chittanooga .... .,
...Saturday. " 8
The undersigned, by request, have agreed
upon the above list of appointments ; at
which times and places, W. C. Whitthouxe,
one of the Democratic candidates for Elector
for the State at large, together with some
candidate of the Constitutional Union Party
will address their fellow-citizens.
John C. Burgh,
July 26th, 1860. Neill S. Bkowx.
The undersigned candidates for Elector for
the 4th Congressional District will address
their fellow-citizens at the following times
Bunker's Hill, Whito county,
Monday, . "
Monday, " "
Monday, " '
Dr. R. E. Fame's Potman, "
Gaincsboro, Jackson "
Granville, " "
Flynn's Lick, "
Celina, " "
Centerville, ' '
Gum Springs. " ';
Red Springs, Macon, "
Lafayette, " "
Epperson's Springs, Macon "
Dixon's Springs, Smith li
Rome, " "
Alexandra, DiKalb '
Spencer, Van Buren "
River Hill, White"
Millers Store, Warren "
Knowle's CampGround White co, Friday,
Saturday Sept "
Monday, Oct. 1
T. B. MURRAY.
S. S. STANTON.
For Kent or .Lease.
I WILL rout or lease my place near the Murfrecs
lioro' Pike two miles from the city for the present
year, or with the privilege of nve years, lucre is
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen aud good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior laud suitable for
raising all kinds of marketing.
feb22-tr LOUIS LEWIS.
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ALL DRESS GOODS
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REGARDLESS OF COST!
Those not yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WF. CAN GET?
K. C. 31 cX AIRY & CO.
july 23 tf NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
rpHE undersigned having suggested to the Clerk of
jl me county court or Davidson county, the insol
vency of the estate of J.xo. R. Hill, dee d , all persons
having claims against the same, are hereby notified to
appearand Ule the same duly authenticated as prescrib
ed by law, on or before tho 1st day of Januarv. 1861.
with said Clerk, or tho same will be forever barred.
1 . . . 1. : , 1 '
uum iu law auu equity.
SARAH ANN HILL,
T7! HAGAN, 41 College St bas just received th
JL . following new Books:
MOUNT VERNON PAPE
Complete in oar large 12 mo Book. Price $1 60.
Tlie Pltyalolosrj of Common Life,
by Gen. Henry Lewis, author of SoaSido Studies,
Life of Gortbe, etc., 2 vol.
The object of the above work, differs from that of
all other works on popular science, Iu its attempts t3
meet the wauts of tho student, while meeting those
of the general reader, who is supposed to be wholly
unacquainted with Anatomy and Physiology. The
many excellent treatises which exist are above sen ted
to tbe advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
aad a facility of apprehension which can only issue
from a practical lamiliarity with subjects.
A History and explanation of apperritions, visions,
dreams, ecstaey, magnetism and sonambulism by
A. Bribkb Db Boismojit, M. D., translated from tbe
French by Robibt T. Hcuts, F. L. S.
. Politicians Attention!!! ... ,
THE POLITICAL TEXT BOOK, OR ENCYCLOPEDIA,
containing everything necessary for reference of the
Politicians and Statesmen of the United Suites.
t Printers Look Here!
I have on hand and for sale 8,600 lbs. of New
Ink, warranted a No. 1 article.
I have just received a complete "assortment of
Wades celebrated co,0re1 Joblukof tvti iat
-tf. 41 College SU
31a gazines and 1 ps p. er as
Harper's New Mvulhly Magaxine for July;
Frank Leslie's Monthly and Gaselte ef Fashion for
Godey's Ladies Book for July;
PeUrsou's Magaaiue for July;
Knickerbocker Monthly Magaxine for July;
The London Illustrated News, weekly;
WUk'A Spirit of tbe Times, weekly ;
Purter'sSpir of the Tunes, weekly
Waverly Magasiue, weekly; . .' '.-
Harper s Journal of CivlUxaion, weekly; - -
Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
New York Lodger, weekly; ' " ,
hew.Ycrlt Mwrcury ; New York Weekly;
For sale by- ' ' JOHX YORK" ft CO.,
Jso20-tf Xo. 3S Union itroot.
1 lie Paraguay Case.
. New Youk An'g. The Times' Washing
ton corre.cp:indent"Tilys" tbe Commis-i2neis!
: award in the Paraguny case wai bj iu faien
of Parcguayi (. t - -t -i l -
Newt by the Overland .Tf all.
St. Joseph. Aug. 11. The pony express
from California, with 'dates of the'Isi, has
arrived. , ... -.-..,
TI13 sfoiimer Slrphecs sailton tti31st.
with $87C,000 treasure
Business,, was . slig!u!j iljetter. Crushed
sugar 11c. .
The Democratic SJale 76nveuf ion tried to
agree on oue electoral ticket, but was un
successful, there being 2b" for Breckiuridge .
and 10 for Douglas. Tlie former have called
a convention for the lltb of September, to
nomiuate-aa 1 lectoral ticket, -and ' ta latter
lor a similar convention on the fifth of Sep
tember. . Each. branch bas published an ad
dress to the Democracy. The Breckiuridge
men held a meeting at San Francisco, but
the Douglas men attended in "real numbers,
and vottd down their resolutions. Both pin
tles are organizing very actively.
1 he movement is progressing tor a Well
and Everett electoral ticket.
Genl. Shields had arrived at San Fran
One hundred aud fifty Mormons with 38
wagons, arrived at Carson Valley from Utah
trom whence they escaped with great dim
cully, being pursued by the fcamts.
New Orleans, Aug. 13. There was
violent storm Saturday doing immense dam
age to properly.
At froctorsville.tne terminus ot the iiexi
can Gulf Railroad, the water rose over 12
feet, submerging the entire place, and carry
ing away every house except one, and drown
ing lrom 60 to 40 persons.
New Orleans, Aug. 13. The steamer
Bienville from Havana the 8ih, has arrived.
She experienced a terrible storm on the
Gulf and was compelled to lay to 48 hours.
Havana was healthy.
Sugar buoyant at 81a8l reals; stock 290,-
000 boxep. i Molasses quiet. Sterling ex
change 13ial4. New York' exchange la2
premium. ire:ghts steady.
The tteamer Clyde arrived at Havana from
Vera Cruz the 2nd. She experienced a
severe hurricane on the Mexican coast. .
The schooner Oregon from Mobile was
lost. Her passengers and crew were all
Miramon's party was routed and was at
tempting to escape trom Liagos.
At tbe latest accounts Miramon was at
Leon, surrounded by Roble.
K'jble.hau abandoned Jalapa.
The principal towns in the Valley ot Mexi
co have risen and pronounced for tbe Liber
als. The Spanish Minister threaten the bom
bardment ot V era (Jruz.
Locisville, Aug. 13 The river is falling
with 3 feet 9 inches water in the canal.
Louisville, Aug. 13. Niuety counties
heard from give Combs over McClarty 25,833.
Arrival of the Santa Fe mail.
Ixdependench, Mo., Aug. 13. The Santa
Fe Mail has arrived. .
Tbe troops at Hatch's Ranche had a slight
skirmish with the Indians. Their herds had
been driven off, and other depredations com
mitted. Another engagement was expected.
It is reported that Major Rufus's command
on the Pecos bad a battle with the Caman
ches, but the result is unknown. There are
indications of a general Indian war. Sed
wick's troops are trying to follow the Indi
ans. Bent's Fort was threatened. Appre
hensions of. an attack were so great that six
teen Indian prisoners were released. There
are great fears for the safety of tbe mails
Washsngton, Aug. 13. Judge Arney of
Kansas, has fi' d in Hie land oflice, papers
to obtain the rig .t ol way lor tho construc
tion of a railroad through Southern Kansas,
to connect with the Galveston Railroad.
The Land Commissioner has granted in
structions to the land offiaers to reserve the
right of way aud lands for depots and water
A corps of engineers will forthwith pro
ceed to survey tbe route through tbe Indian
territories lrom Atsbison via Lawrence,
through Arkansas Southward to Texas.
The Steamer Canada.
Halifax, Aug. 13. The steamer Canada
which went ashore while going out of the
harbor Thursday, is now a 11 or t and sails to
night for Liverpool. Her injury was trifling.
The steamer Damascus has arrived.
LAND FOR SALE.
S r - .
I AM new offering for sale, privately, a portion of
my land upon which I now live, about five Mrles
from the city, immediately f routing Hyde's Fer
ry Pike. The amount proposed to be sold is
One Hundred and Twenty-five Acres,
Which is as fine and productive soil as there is in the
county or State. There is a beautiful building site,
which commands the view of the entire neighbor
hood aud is well set in Blue Grass, wilh a beautiful
growth of fine forest trees. Between fifty and sixty
acres is fine clover land in growth; the balance well
timbered, for all useful purposes. - There is also a
never failiug spring upon the tract, which affords
a sufficiency of water for all purposes.
Those wishing to purchase a splendid tract of land
in a fine neighborhood, and with all other advanta
ges, would do weli to call aud see for thecselves, as
lam desirous or selling.
For teims, &c, apply to GLASCOCK & NEWS0M,
or to the undersiguud on tbe premises.
aavl5-triwlm . . . . fi. B. HIDE. .
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
VJ E have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
V V and Half Gallon of these famoos Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
ftr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Rasfbkkiues I
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pis PlaxtI
Tempest's Jars preserve Pkachks I
Tempest's Jars preserve PlcesI
Tempest's Jars preserve Qriscxs !
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizes. , ,
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes
which we are ottering at cost price, as we fuel assured
Full Bosom Shirts.
JUST received an assortment or FULL BOSOM
SHIRTS, with and without collars. Bosoms of
Linen Cambric and Bishop Lawn. Also, a small lei
of Shirts, with fine Embroidered Bosoms, bv
pr6-tf J.H. McGILL
FIXE Ground Stock JFeed, for sale low b v
iune8-tt , .. BENJF. SHIELDS
. Dissolution. .
THE firm of MANSFIELD, GILLOCK k CO. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. IL P. Gnxocx
having disposed of bis entire interest in the firm, to T.
l. MAxsnKLD and v. p. lto.vs, who alone are authorized
to use the name of the firm in liquidation. Tbe busi
ness will hereafter be conducted under tlie firm and
style of MANSFIELD, LYONS & CO.. at their old
stand 33 and 3a Broadway.
Signed, T. L. MANSFIELD,
: - -CP. LYONS.
Nashville, July 7th, 1S60.
Fr retiring from the above firm I return my sincere
thanks to the public for the patronage bestowed uo-
on us, and solicit a continuance of tbe same to mv suc
ccessrs. II. P. GIIAQCK.
Godey's ladies Book for Julf,
Just received by JOHX YORK k CO. -
GRIM) Bill' AT KKGSTOX SPBIXG "
FRIDAT,17TH AUGUST, I860! -
ADMISSION to Ball and Supper Two Dollars. La
dies free. Those who choose can come in fancv
Dress. , . . .. . W. T. YEATMAX. ) ..
aug8-tU ., , E. J. K.REIDER, BUDl
Fourin? Mill for Rentt' ' '
rpHE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumber-
j. tana tuver, JUni Deiow uie city, is ollered for
rent the remainder of the present year, with tbe
privilege of next year. Apply to Tcrer S Fobtu,
Cherry street, or JAMES CORBITT, .
June2 6-tf attheMilL--
HAVE just unpacked, and have now far nspectiuti.
the Quest Grand IManoforte ever reostved
m the citv of Nashville. The attentioo of every lover
of the "King" of Instruments Is Invited to this I'iano..
Also several square -
Fi&nafortei of Sltinwaj k Son'i Make,
Have just been added to my stock, all of which' will
be sold at New York Prices, for .cash, or negotiable
paper, at ,. '.,
33 13nlon Street, ; , -
: , t . . . i J. A. MoCLURE.'
rl. Xw Music, In great abundance, being added
dailgr to tuy already large stock. . jujy9-tf
Daily Patriot Office I
!- ; . Nashville, August 14. I860. J
FLOUR. The market is well supplied.
We quote, wholesale . .
bupeifjne iu bbis...-. $6G 50.
Extra1 - " 77 50,
Extra - " sacks.- i 3 50.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi-
i naily from abroad j very little Tenne.-see
wheat being offered. We qnote red at $1 10-
Q, 15 per bushel ; white SI 201 25 per
CORN. White 85 per bushel; mixed 80c.
OATS. 65c per bushel.
BACON None offering.
LARD Is in demand and sells readily at
12 B B- '
MEAL Is selling at 7580c. ft bushel,
FEATHERS We quote at 4042 lb.
GINSENG 2530c. 8).
.. UtiUOi-i-iit?. we quote; h air sugar
8J9 jj tt.; prime to choice 9J10c; in
barrels lc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10Jllc. lb.,
crushed aud powdered llj12c: Loaf 11
AlULAssts AKL blKUf. iloiasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c; half barrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c.
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c; Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. tt. Stock light.
TEAl Imperial 50c$I ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 4060 ; Black CO
I 50. -
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 60 j
and.Fine at SI C0$1 75 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS. Tbe following are the
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie;
aud 400, 12c.
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2024c.
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine'$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
markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans, Ang. 13. Cotton qniet.
sales to-day 350 bales, including new. Mid
dling lOalOJ. Sugar bouyant 8a8J. Flour
dull 5 37i 5 45. Lard in kegs 14. Other
Cincinnati. Ang. 13. Flour steady at
4.40a4.60. Whisky, sales 800 bbls. at 171a
17. Me?s pork buoyant; sales 750 bbls at
19.00al9.25. Sugar 8Ja9J. Coffee 15al6.
New York, Aug. 13. Cotton not report
ed. . Flour steady; sales to-day 12,500 bbls
at 5.10u5.20. Corn firm; sales 8,250 bushels
at 62aGG. Mess pork firm; sales 600 bbls at
19.25. Coffee quiet. Sugar depressed, and
declined by tbe arrival of seventeen West
India cargoes, comprising 4,500 hbds; sales
to-day 400 hbds; Cuba 6Ja7.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
Streugtheuing Cordial and
The Greatest Remedy in tha."World,and the
- dial ever taken.
4 . It is strictly a sci
entific and Yepet
a b 1 e Compound,
procured b v the
(I listillation of Roots,
Herbs and Bark.
Yellow Hock, lilood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters iu
to Its compositioa.
Tbe entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
metuod ol distilling
. proauciog a uen- zz . .
Before takinftcious, exhiieratingAner taking.
spit it, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and aestoring the sick, suffering
anl debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFECTUALI.Y CURE
silver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jann
Chronic or Nervous Nebility, liiseasesof the Kidneys,
irnd all Diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Iuward Piles, Acid
ity or Sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to
the Hoad.lnili l am or swimming in the Bead, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Choking or Suffocating
Feeling wheu lying down. Dryness or Yellowness ol
the Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers,
Pain in the Small of the Back, Chest or Side, Sudden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, FrigbUul
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any Nervous
Disease, Sores r Blotches, on the Skin, and Fever
and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a M ilion of - B clllt
Have been sold during tbe last six months, and in no
Instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction
Who, then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility
when McLEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will
cure your i
Kolauguage can convey an adequate idea ol the
immediate and almost miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in tbe diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored tb its
pristine health and vigor. -
.11 Altlt I ED I'ERSO. S,
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will find
in tne toruiai a certain auuspeeay remedy.
TO THE lADIES.
McLean's . Stren2tlieiiittr Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Wltltes.
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of
ne n omo, uiuqidcss, aiming, ana all .Diseases inci
dent to emaiesj -
There Is no mistake About It.
' Suffer no longer. .Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate you and
cause tne Dioom ot neaitn to mount your cne-;kagan
Every bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction.
If yoor children are sickly, puny or a-ffl'cted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, tat and ro
bust. Delay not a moment, try it and yon will be
It Is Delicious to Take.
- CAUTION. Beware or Druggists or Dealers who
may try to palin npon you some Bitter, or Sarsapa
rilla trash, which tbey can buy cheap, by saying it is
just as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's
Strengthening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is
tne only remedy that will purify the Blood thor
oughly, and at the same time strengthen the svstem.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fasting, is
a ceriaiu preventive lor t-DOiera, unuis and Feer,
Tellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It is put up
in large bottles. ,
Price only tl per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5
J. H. McLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol
canic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Tine
streets, Su Louis, Mo. -
Sold by W. W. BERRY . k DEMOYILLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere.
p : ...... v mylO-dias twly
v -i - For Kale. -
THAT comfortable dwelling, No. 165 SonLh Sum
. mer Street, formerly the residence of Russell
Also No 1 North Summer Street, the present resi
dence of Jas.Correy, Esq. Apply ti
j. KIRKMAX, President,
Angl-tf " Union Bank of Tnn-,'
Ladies9 French Dress aud Pack
i ing Truukse
Vi O 11 K VLA MAG K
42w College Street,; ""'
, DEALER IX .. " i
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Trunks.
HAS received additional Supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large liress Trunks, of the latest styles. Best
English Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies' Bon
net Boxes, single and Double Top; Valises, nags, ex.,
for sale at very low prices.
junea-tr - - juiis luuuiit.
' COAL OIL! COIL OIL!
OA BARRELS Very Best Coal 01! Just received
C J and for sale at 71 cis. per gallon by the bar
RA1N3,BR0WX k CO,
PURE W I N.ES,
Just received and for sale by
ETIEXAE LAMBERT & CO.,
? COLONNADE BUILDINGS,
No. 53 Cherry St:, NasliTillc
Kfl CASES genuine Ileidsieck Champagne;
JJ 60 Cases " pints;
5rt cases Vicus Ceus Ch ffUiagne Jisucure,
60 do CI03 Paradis, Cham ajine;
25 do Chambertin Sparkiiug Burgumiy;
100 do Burgundy Wines;
25 do tliaivau "atiyao Claret;
5 do " - piuts;
100 do Contnac Claret, first quality;
5 do Laroso, Latite aud Marg iret;
100 do Sherrie, the finest brauds.
50 Jlo Royal Society port;
-!5 do Tims, lliue Brandy -10
do Old Coguac;
a d assorted Cordials, Paris i Perdeanx
10 do Absyuthe Edward Pam.t, Course; '
15 do Real Turin Vermouth;
200 do lt'iiian Wines;
.20 do Sparkling Nebbiolo;
40 do no Brachettc;
20 do do Siuat;
0 do ; White Asti;
" 60 do Earulo "
3U do Alaccaroue,Yermecilli, Regiuette.etc;
30 do and tiu Lucua OLve Oil;
All our direct European exportation per bark Ala
bama. Also. APPENNIN.J BITTEHS, recomraecded bv
he most eminent physician.
ET1KVNE LAMDF3TT i CO-,
may 18-tf . is Cherry Street
JOHNS ti. CROsLKY'3
Improved Gatla Ptrelia Ccmeiit Roofing.
IS TH K CH tAHKST AND HOST DC KAULK ROOFI XG 1 1TSI. 1 T
is fikk axd water fhook. it can be aimhed to sew
and old cIoofs or all kind aud to old soiugio rools
tcunoui removing me tninyle.
TilE COST IS ONLY ABoCr ONE-THISD THAT OF
TIN, ANI) IS TWICE AS DURABLE.
Gctta Percba CtMK.vr for Dretervinir and reoairinff
T aud Mctal Roof's of every description.
rrom its great elasticity, is not n.jured hv the con
traction and expansion of n.etals. and will' not crack
in cold nor run in nam weather. 11use niate.-uls
have been thoroughly t.sted in New Vork aud ali
parts ot ttie Souilieru a.id Western SUtes. aud we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
They arc readily applied by ordinary laborer.?, at
a trilling expense
"NO HEAT IS REQUIRED.'
These materials are put up read v for use, aud fr
shippiug to all parts of the couutiy, with lull priutcd
directions lor application.
1 ull descriptive circulars will be forwarded on an-
plicafou by mail or ia person, at our principal otil
ces 51-J BROAL'WAY, f opposite St. Nichtdas H.,UM,)
N.Y., 34l FL'L,TO.N tl.,(i.;..-a,lC'ny tlll) HUI.h.
LYN. JOHNS At CR'JSLLY.
i a v v a k ' s
Life Pills aud Phoenix Bitters.
'PHESE MEDICINES have now been before the pub-
-L he lor a period ot illulli 1 KAK. aud during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every jiart of the Globe, lor their extraordinary and
immediate tmwer ol restoring in-rlect health to persons
suffering under nearly every kind ol disease to which
the human t nil no is liable.
The tollowitii' are among the diitrescins variety oi
human diseases iu which the
Vegetable L.ife Medicines
Are known to bo infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, bv thoroughly cleausinu the first and
second eU.in.u u., aud creating a liovv of pure'healttiv
bile, instead of the stale aud acrid kind; FLATU
LENCY, Loss ok Appetite, Heaktbtrx, Hkauachk,
K&TLKsaESS, lU. TKMl'tK, A.vxiktt. Laxui'or and Mel-
A-vcholly, which are the general symptoms of Dyspep
sia, will vanish, as a natural couscuuewv of iLs cure.
CoSTTvENESS. bv cleansing the whole leintth of
the iuu-.siiu.-s witu a solvent process, aud without vio
lence; all violent purges leave the buWeis costive with
in two davs.
FEVESS of all kinds, bv restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process ol respiration
in such cases, aud the thorough suiutiouot'all iuu-tiual
obstruction in others.
The Like Mkmcinks have been known toenre SHETJ-
MATISM lertiiauent!y in tliree weeks, and GOUT m
hall mat lime, by removing local iiillaiiiuuiliou uoiu
the muscles and liniments ot the joints.
DKUPSLES ot all kinds. lv ln-emg and strenctlin-
ing tlie kiuneys anil bladder; they operate most de-
Iiltullv on ttiese iinimrlaut oriiuis, unit ueuce nave
ever Ihs-ii found a certain reniedv lor the worst cases ot
Also, WOSMS. by dislodging from the turniucs ol
the boweis the siunv mutter to which these creatures
BCTJEVY. ULCERS & ISVETERATE SOSES.
by tlie iierlecl iiurity which tnese Lll-E MKiUCiNES
give to the blood, ami all the humors.
bUJlUJUriC ERUPTIONS and BAD CUJU'I.-
K)Nt, by their alu-raliveedecl Uhju the fluids that teed
Uie skin, and tho morbid slate of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliow, cloudy, au.l other disa
lue use ol these Pills for a verv short time willehVct
an entire cure of ALT EHEUM. and a striking im
provement in the viiirues ol lue skin. C0JLH0U
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by
one dose, or by two in the worst cases.
FILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cuivu of Piles ol 3d veurs standing bv the use ol
the LIFE MEDICINES alone.
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of the
Western country, thi-so Medicines will lie found a sale,
speedy ami certain remedy. Other medicines leave the
system subject to a return of the disease a euro by
these Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BE S.VTlii
FIED AND BE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVEES & LIVES COMPLAINTS.
KlCAL iltlilUTV, lISM OK APPKT1TK, alld. HL-KASfcS 1K
Females the Medicines have been used with the mo.-t
bene lie uil results iu cases of this description: KiMi's
Evil and Sckopi-la, in its worst forms, yields to the
mild yet Kwerful action of these remarkable Medicines.
NiiiHT Sweats, Nekvoi s Dkiuutt, Nekvois Comphims
of all kinds, Palpitation ok the Heart, Painters' Colic
are speedilv cured.
MEECURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose con
stilulious liave become im(aiieu by the mjudirioup use
of Mercury, will find these Medicines a porlect cure, as
they never fail to eradicate lrom the system, all the ef
fects of Mercury, iiitinitely S4Miner tliau the iuit xw
erlul pre aaral ions of SarsaparLUa.
PrejMtrcd and sold by
XV. II. MOFFAT,
335 Broadway, New York.
FOR SAIJi: BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
niTS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FCRS
IVo. 23 Public Square,
The Cliiucsu Uat.
i j'S ;-- iVA
NEW style, direct importation from Canton, got
J.X. up expressly for the hot weather, at the pashion
aoie Hat Emporium or . FKANCL- O S,
julyl3-tf No. 23 Public Square,
Children's Fancy Goods.
CONSISTING of ail the latest styles for Boys, Chil
dren. Infants and little Misses, to which the alien
tion of the ladies is particularly requested.
A. J. FRANCISCO,
Hatter and Furrier, Nc. 23 Public Square, Nashville.
Tlie Japanese Hat.
A NEW stylo of Soft Hat, weighing only one ounce,
il just received thts dav by express, at the fashiona
ble Hat Emporium or " FRANCESCO'S,
Julyl2-tf 23 Public Square.
Tlie Drab French Ottar,
"VV entirclvnewdesiim.&ttlic It-it Emporium of
KJ ' FRANCISCO'S.
23 Public Square.
A NEW style of Soft Hat, of entirely new design,
X A- ju
just received by express.
A. J. FBASCISCO,
' No. 23 Public Square, Xashville, Tc-Ln.
Clieap Feed for Stock.
"HE Feed reduced to $20 per barrel by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.
July 23, 18C0-tf.
Extra Fine Corn 3Ieal.
ANadditioual supply just received rer G.enwood
Also, filly barrels of the cheapest Food for Stock
in tbe market. BENJ. F. SHIkLDS ft CO.,
juuel4-tf Nil. i!7 College street.
HOW LOST, HOW EXST0EED.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA; or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Iuipoteucy.CoUauuiuiion and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Br ROB. J. CULVER WELL, M. D-,
The important fart that the awful conseauences of
self-abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicuies or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, m uetc tKwir ueniuasiraiea, ana me entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adouted bv tlie
celebrated auther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure hiinself perfectly, and at
Uie least possible cost, thereby avoidmg all tlie adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a,
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, poht-Paib. on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KLINE, cSO First Avenue. New York, Post Box
,&a. .. . ; i . . jalyia-U .
Down Witi lour Dast.
F yon wish to sweep fine Carpets without injartt g
them or r lining a dost, am THE PATENT CAlU
jUlylS-tT MACKENZIE k MINCHIX.
Fresli Corn Meal.
ANEW supply J;ist received per Railroad, and
for sale by - BEN' J. F. SHIELDS k Cw.
Julr 83, 1860-tr.
Jmi Received lyll. A. farriih & Co.
OHO BAGS Crashed. Corn;
100 bags Family Meal :
UO t.(l Whit Meal Cora.
7m m 'l:sss
An aperient and stomacliic preparatioii of
ESON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion La Hydrogen, of hilt medical atnbor
ii5 aad extraordinary efficacy in each, of tbe
foiloTinsr comclalnis, viz. :
DETTXITY, NESV0TTS AFFECTION'S, 17a
CIATI3W. DYSPEPSIA. DiAREHEA, C0NSTT
.SOFULA. SALT EHEUM. SCUBVY,
Jaundice. Livzit complaints rheubia.
T-5?5, MEECUEIAL CONSEQUENCES, IliTEIt
1IITTENT FEVEES, NEUEALGIA, CHBO.VIC
HEADACHES. FE3IALE WEAKNESS. MI3
MEaSTEUATICN. WHITES, CHL0S0SIS, etc..
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, E0UGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, eti.
The LEON being absorbed by tbe blood, ard
tbus circulating through tbe whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
Ths experience of thousands daily proves thai
no preparation of Iron can for a moment ba
co-oipared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
..:kly complexions indicate its necessity in al
vzzt every conceivable case. In nil cases cf
".male debility (3nfralbus, chlorosis, etc.), its
etf jets sro delightmlly renovating. Ns remedy
hai ever been discovei"ed, in the whole history
of lasiiicins, which exerts snch prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, cosn-
J-lte aijt-stion, rapid aoqnicitinn of srrent
v;ti an unusual disposition for BCtivs au-J
cheerful exercise, immediately follow it? use.
Aa a grand stomachic and general rcEtorativ
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pnt up In lien, flat metal Imiii-s c-otitvt!n!'r
SO Willis- price SO et-tits per box; lx I:.--?
.r,t; one hoicn Itoxes. fK. For snle i;y
trte-j;i;iits fjeiic-raliy. Will Ic scut IVee to
i- c.tl:li -ss on rccript of the prler. All In
this, ortlers, et- ioultl be atJdreswU to
K. B. LOCKE & CO.,
OiiJ UllOAUWAT, IW V.
N. TlTIse eIove ta a. Car-iU utile er 11
tatMl cm rn ll box.
Clmncei y Sales, Atisust IS, 1SGO
Peter Anders. u vs. McKoberts & McKee FARM.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in above named cae. I will bell on SAT
l KDAV. IS'111 OF Al 'GLVr.lS60.at the Court-house iu
Nashvilic.a Farm ot 3S acres aud 19 p,i!es.6 miiifrom
the i :iv. i n li.iil.iliu Tunipike and Nashville and l.ui
lie lt.nlroa-1, the same being the house-lot of Craig
ad place. Also Lot No. 4, adjoiuinc same, and con
taining 1 acres and 12 ikiIcs.
Ikkkh C. IZ and IS months, without interest, notes
with approved security aud lieu retained.
j'.ilyao-td J. rl GI r, C. At M.
Jno. R. Bain vs. Martin k McGrady FAKM.
IJURSUANT to a iln-rw of the Cliancery Court at
Nashville, in above named case, 1 will Sell on SAT
1 RdAV. 181'H OF AL'i.Li',lsd0.at the Court house in
Na.-hville,u Tract ol'4 acres and poles of Land, lying
on the Nashville and Hiilsboro' Turnpike. 3 miles Trout
city, and the same property heretniore sold by Jno. R.
llii in to John Martin.
Tunas 6,12 aud 15 Month?, without interest and
julr2t-td J. E. G1.EAYT.S, C i M.
Jno. R. Bain vs. Gwrge McNulty FARM.
IJL'RSUANT o a decr.H- of the Chancery Court al
Nasiiville, in alnive named case. 1 will sell on SAT
l KilAV, Ibril Oi-'.Al ;lT, 160. at the Court-house iu
Nashville, tt 'l'ra't ol'4 aires and 30 fxilM ot" I .and. lying
on the Nashville add IliilsUiro' Turnpike. 3 miles li.-m
oily, and tile same property heretofore sold by Jno. R.
Bain to U.mrgif McNulty. -
Tkrms G, 12 and In niontlis, without intcreslf ud
july20-td . J. E. CLEAVES, C 4: M.
. . - -
Bake well, Pears 4; Co., vs. J. C. Darden i Co. UT IN
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, ill alxve named case, 1 will sell on SAT
L KDAV, lSl'H OF AlGL.-T.lSfXJ.al the tourt house iu
Nashville. 1-ot No. 30 in Hiruu.i; s Adduiuu to Nash
ville, on liuritiiiir Ft reel, M ! t by 1G0. 7
Ti.iiMs ti and 12 months, without interest and with-'
july20-ld J. E. G LEAVES, C. k M.
R. II. FJam vs. Edwin Ferguson aud others 1700
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in above named case, I will sell on SAT
LRDAY, lSl'li OF AUGUST, I860. at the Court house in
Nashville, a Tract of lTtO acres (more or less) ol Land,
in Chmtham county, aud bcin;j the sani? heretofore sold
bv Diirdin, Turner & Co. to Edwin Ferguson & Co. (See
di ed of July 17.1S57.)
Tekms 1,2 and 3 years, with interest, good personal
Sccuritv required and lieu retained.
pilyiti-td J. E. G LEAVE5, C. k M.
Andrew Johnston vs. Dav u M. Allen LOT ON SOUTH
PURSUANT to a dw;ree of tho Clianccry Court at
Nashville, in above named case. 1 will S-11 in SAT
URDAY, 1ST11 OF AUGUST, ISoO.at the Court-houso in
Nashville, a Ixit of Ground, fronting 00 feet on Souib
Market street, rxtoudiug through to College street, and
front ing thereou 40 leet, the Same being occupied ty
Ii-kms 7 months' credit, without interest and free
juij 2U-td J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
P. W. Maxey and others vs. R. P. Estes and others 3
PURSUANT to a d-ree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in aliove named case, I will sell on SAT
L RDAY, 18111 OF AUGUsT, 1SO0, at the Court-house in
Nashville, 3 Slaves, to-wit: Matilda aged 44, Jack 10,
William 8. Teum-s Cash.
july26-td J. E. G LEAVES, C. k M.
Win. McMurrey vs. John McMurrcy 1 SLAVE.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in above named case. I w ill sell on SAT
l RDAY, l!TH OF AUGUST, lS60,at the Court-house in
Nashville, Slave AuihoDVjaged 7 years. Tlkxs Caih.
july26-td J. E. GLEAVES, C. k M.
Sarrdi V. Mullen vs. Joeiah U. MuUen 2 PLAVES-
PURSUANT to a decree of the Clianoery Court at
Niushville, in above named case, I will sell on SAT
l RDAY, ISTIi OF AL'GL'tT, 1800, at the Court-house iu
Nashvilie, 2 Slaves, Wilson aged 20, and Anarchy, girl,
Terms ( months, notes payable in bank, with ap
proved endorsers, required.
july26-td - J. E. GLE.VVES, C. k M.
Newman and wife vs. S'.oan SIX SLAVES OF PL t ,
PURSUANT to a decree ef the Chancery Obuii t
Nashville, iu almve named case, I will sell on I
I RDAY, 1SIH OF AUGUST.lSGO.at the Court bout ,u
Nashville. Frank aired about 2S, Wheelwright: Wl
HDJ (l,i. mi, utuuuiii,, I " o.-u mviA 4b. 1 .111'
ar; Henry aged about 22, Laborer; Ann and child.
..I 1 '1 III....L-W.H..I K- VI. .r. hlw.... ..? l. :
Terms 3 montus credit, excqM. as to J-ne Hundred
fhjlan on the wkoU mU notes wilh two apicoved en
dorsers and tavable iu bank required.
juli 2G-ld J. E. GLEAVES, C. 4 M.
Jerry Stoddard vs. Lewis Carow ay HOUSE AND LOT.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu above named case, I will sill on SAT
URDAY, 1STH OF AUGUST, IsOO.al the Court house in
Nashville, a House and Lot on Bo6ley Turnpike or Jef
ferson street extended. The Lot is one-hail' of Lot No.
153, in McGavock's plan.
Ikkxs Cash f 200, balunce on a credit of 12 moiilha
july2(3-td J. E. GLEAVES, C. k If. u
James L. Towell's interest in certain LANDS AND
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville at May Term, I860 in the consolidated
rase of Lazell, Marsh It II nun and others vs. Jumes L.
Powell, Hiruni J. Wells and rnoe. G. James, I will pro
ceed to sell, at public sale, on SATURDAY, THE lsTH .
OF AUGUST, lvX), at the Court-house in Nashville, the
one-fourth reversionary interest which James L.l'cwell
has iu tlie Lands and Slaves belonging to bis father's
estate, the same consisting of one Tract of 149 tj Acre
of Land, and oue Tract of 100 Acres of Lard, both lying
on Uie North side of Cumberland river, in Davidson
county ; and of 16 Slaves to-wit: Patience aged 60; Lewis
aged io, Mary aged 45, Margaret aged 2S, Maliuda aged
26, Jack aged 16, Juecphine aged 14, Gorg aged 12,
Delilah aged 8, Elmira aged 8, Georgiana aged 6, Polly
aged 4, William aged 2, Scott aged 6, Charles ag?d 4,
Julia aged 2. James L. Powell's intereKt in above de
scribed Lands and Slaves, to be sold at this sale, is one
undivided fourth, and iu. the whole of the Land and a
portum of Ike Slaea, Mrs. Powell (his grand mother)
has life estate, and said property win oe mu uiyect
to such incumbrance.. ". . J :
Terms 6 aud 12 months' credit, without interest
ndfree from, rfdrmjition notes, well wottred, requir
a.J J J. E. GLEAVES, C. k H.
juiy26ita . ; . .. , ; ; 5 - - .. . .
On the Ecropean JPlan,
. '. CTTT OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day :
City Hail Square, corner of Frankfort it, ! '
(Opptit City HalL) . .
Meals, as tliey may be ordered. In the snacious E.
factory. Tliere is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at- "
tached to the HoleL
N. B. UtWAKX or BrxxEBS and TUrKwwr who say
we are fuU. It. FIlE.NCir-
THS aucntion of the readers or tbe Patriot, tl
Ladies more especUHv, ht requested by Messrs -MACKENZIE
ft MINCUIN, to the excellent Refriger
ators and chean Frait Jars with wkW-b tl, am
sapplying our citizens. Tempests' Frail Jars are ad-
mirably adapteit ror pnttmg ep all kiuds of Fruits -aud
Berries. Ibey are durable, simple aud cheap. - -and
tbe demand fr them W so (rent that alreadj '
a.arly three buadr4 4oz have bs sold.