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THE cnf, will attend" to ail calls lor "music both at
home and abroad, . giving entire satisfaction or no
charge.-The Band ccth$osed pf f
F i f t e e ii; P erf ormers ,
wi&aaxtftlesbwBew silver batranhmt'
All calls for music, tor fuiiyratepic-njcs. serenades
and jbUewiUife attend TpTHrpy f '
.'..'-.'..ai.wr : -n.--; w. ix hoes, m :::
. . IE -; :i , jbnjpnf ma Conductor,
apr27-ly ' 7l South College St.
1 v Spniired.
. - f ' a POWERFUL. REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS k ; 1 ;
FOB - WEAKNESS ,ii -.mm?
' ' FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
'' : FOR EARLY IN DISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT1 . . V'
?aYITI TRY IT!.. . ,
xraCSG MEN who are tufr-ricg from the effects .f
Y Vwtiul indiscretion can be sorely and pcrnia-.
a K- i:mv tlw. . . - ..........
- Coucenl rated Cure
A QUA V I T A E ,
1 Remedy o f Great aid Certain Power.
tTUis remedy te put up im small via!.;ind can be sent
by mU to nv ad.ir. A trial will satisfy, fee it
fur a week and you will experience a pr eat beneDl- A
circular containinc ' particulars sent (free) on ai.pU
catioB. JTice per bottle L f; '; : . ;r - j : ' -
ie bMtte-wfii last a tuMitb: '
N RTbia remedy is suitable 6 either sex.
' Addre, K. CKUGER, "Medical Aent
jaivST-tr.i, t , t ? Afr
Moll OW aj' Pnl. Bilious, and Bowel com
plaint are spee!?-. by a steady pereeveraace
with these- inedjctaefc In Few and Ague, the effica
cy of this remedy is almost beyond belief ; It anonM
be reaorW to as noon aa tbedisease ia suspected from
recuriog chill and flush, biliousness, loss of appe
tite, furred tongue and dry skin.- Sold every where.
osMwC-? i -? ti ' J fi-X-:
From the Ladies' Visitor, New York, September, 1C59.
SPALPraG'sPaEFAaroGLra seems to be universally
welcomed by housekeepers wherever it go"; 'tis
precisely the ready reliable adhesive substance need,
ed for repairing farniture aadhonsebold ware. ,
, , .. . . Boutab, June 18, 1860.
M58. run, Gkhxwt k Co.: I have been for
duriit the winter months, until I happily found a
valuable medicine, the Ambrosial
Oil, since that time I have nsfcOH lu TooUiache,
t riinlic'and "Burns'. 'and fi
matism, Sore throat, vnouc auu iuiu, .
uter faUing r medy in the moat severe caaee.
Ptberefore take great pleasure in recommending
the Ambrosial Oil to a world of affliction, feeling con
fident it posstssrt the reauiaiteiuoluiesto cure the
nvwt severe cases for which you recommend it.
! MIS. MARTHA A. nTDDIXSTOX.-
fcugl0lv !:;''. ' ' s.
The following tomplimenUry notice is taken from
the Missouri l"mocrat :: u - ; - '
InuM AaotTxr or fwnnsa BnrevE bt Taking
McI-rs'sSnaaoTHEXixGoEDiAi.j Since the 17th of
August, the foll-wing cihave b.-repprU5dcurd:
165 D.iys3 bayf been cured of General "liebility.
cg. lyri t - - Xer"oos Dcbflity. -
2a Y j'i I. - Wseasei (tit the Kid-
.ja .-! .-I.
ISOperaoa who have been afflicted with various com
plaints, Fever, Chronic Diarrhcea.DrseBtry, liver
Complaint, Kit Sweats, Pi.spcpsi, and Weakness
or the DegCFti ve Cwgana, haTe been cured , beside a
litre- number from whom we bare not yet heard.
Mclean's FtrcDilhenihgCordUU and Blood Purifier
i. a remedy requited by every ne m lL9 l"r,x
and South western country. It fa. very pleasant and
airreab.e to kJe. nd iH-an 19 token by man, wo
As a diuretic, it wiU FTtrc'anT disease of the Kid
n'evs or Bladder, and as an alterative, it. wJl purify
the blood, and removnall pimples, sores or blotches
from the skin.
m it2-, .nkil.io bt:sufflatut fc eonhc the
most sceptical of iU wonderful trengtheuing and
See ihe advertisemriit iu another column. ;
. Tle Express Frieglit Tra 11
On the Xashril'e and Chaltanoogo Railroad, will
comnM-nce ranniug on the 221 of July in close
nextion with the Express Train on the great Southern
Line, via. CLarie-.lon aud Savannah and continue dur
ing the business season. Through time from Xew
York EIGHT BATS : :
Jury 23-tf i i '"'- ' V. COLF., fopt
1 have cold out niv entire interest u. the firm of
Xiraotsos ft BrnraszT, to IUvn BriFBtn, who
will continue the business as' heretofore. I will
aajasist in winding up the business of the old
Arm, and solicit for him a continuance of the iatrcn
ae bestoaed en the old firm
J- C. NlCBOpJOS ;
In order to redocMny Stock as much as possible,
before receiving ner Goods, Tor a short time I will
offer my entire stock at cost, for cash. .
- .-. - vti ' ' ,-J)AVlD TJOIPHEET.
AC rp II If 1 For the IXSTAXT RELIEF and
9 1 II ill il J PERMANENT CURE of this dis
reasing complaint pse , ri- ' - i
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 107 NASSAU ST..N
- T. Price $1 per boa; sent free by post. '
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
raayfMnsly . . . .
A, Card. - -The
Legislature of the State of Georgia having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of Lotteries within its jurisdic
tion, arter the 1st dy or June, I860, we will on that
day, remove our entire business to Wilmington, Del.
. ..: WOOD, EBDY A-CO ,
' Wilmington. Delaware.1
Owners and V anagers of the Delaware, Missouri and
Kentucky State Lotteries.
To repeal all lawsantl parts of laws.authqrizmg Lot
teries in the fctate of Georgia , and for other pur
poses. -, .!-. . .
Sacnos ll 7k General AtsemMy of Georgia do enact,
That from and afbr tbe Bret day of Jane, Eighteen
Hundred and ?ix;y,all laws and parUoflaws aothor
Ixinj Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or the vend
ing ot Lottery Tfczata In said State, be aad tbe same
are bareby. repealed- ; - - , :V
' Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1858. 1
UK. KIXG'S DISPEASAUY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING, formerly of New York , lor
the lart lour years of Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted bis atteolwu to
tbe treatment of private diaeasee for 30 years, flat
ters himself, having auended to a practice for so ma
ny years, and cured so many thousands, be is ena
bled to cure ail diseases of a private nature, no mat
ter how lad tbey may lie from ngndicioas medical
treatment, or from ntgfect of their own.' Dr. King's
Dispensary is No. 23 Deaderlck street, between Cher,
ry and the Square, second story, 'where he cures ail
diseases of a private nature.
liosoKRHE cured without nauseous medicines or
ntrlerence with business. 1
Sttuctcbk of old or recent date, eBVctnally cured
fn a few days, by an operation wb-rh causes no pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps co disease causes more tuuc-iiivf and under
mines the censtrtntioa so much.'
STFHius.with ail the diseases or the skin, greving
oot of neglect or bad treatment, can be enecctualiy
cored in a few days.
Sexual W . Partlenlar attention having
been given to this disease, and all the consequences
growing out of it, brought on in many cases by the
destructive habits of inconsiderate- youths, aud ex
cessive indulgence of the passions, a neglect of which
wiU undermine me constitution, rendering the sub.
ject uatlt for bmdnesa or society ,and casting prema
ture old age. .-.. .L'",i
Females who may be laboring with any difficulty
oT the Woaib aixy test easure of iaimeOUje relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating
their ease, nn a tee enclosed, tlirecwd to Dr. A.
4Cmg, Ho. 23 Dealr.k iw)t, Sahvie, Teon:, wMf
have the necessary medicines sent tc tueir address,
with necessarv d: rec liens. . Strict secrecy observed..
Office hours from 9 o'clock in the taoraiug until 0 in
: t . 1 . .
uieevenuiK. . . . , juijiv-;uu"i;
JT WILL sell my Farm in Franklin county, Tean., on
5- Ruck Creek, aix miles boutd-west or Tullahoma
cosaisung of 600 or more Acres ef Land. It can- t,
divided luialwo places, it has en it good improve
ments tbe bent al spring wier;a good Urisl and
1 MiU.amt ia withiaXeur nulea vf three celebrated
Watering places.. . . . , - - . .
For further information apply to B. R. W errs, on
the plaee, er to a.e at Upelousas, La .
Jaattt-wtf j lU'.p'i -I i -i.:f'.. WHITE.
: W uutea.;
A Apprentice Boy at eat l eat eld to 1 earn
XI tuePnatuiganPrras busuiesa.
Apply at tui
FIonr'in"iaW-"in half bars 1
, J 80
MiTa Bran .mriuviu
rnrn MeaJ. per bushel .l OOi
Ielivered td 111 parts of the city. ' 1 ep21-ly.
" S3YOEMS OF "THE RiE&OlLS.
e part a re of PaHengerTralnf,
N9HVILLCHATT43IOOCA 4 A. M. , 3 "P." SI.
TnsisjrrK iuuA- 4:1 5 A . M 3.0ft P
Locwriiis -NisHTrtiE 6:OU A.M., 5:50 PiM '
' " '. - traitaiinEiprese4:30 P.M. ,
B.DOvriKi.0 a. a.jrjrcT A.a., 2:45 P,M
" 'A rrival or Paener Trln.:
KASHTU.LC & CurraxttocA 5 P. il.-g A .M. , .
TtixiwEK 4c AiaaJia 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
-i. ' '- ;-tiallatin lizprMsfrtIOA.it
I JH-f We are authoriaed to aoooaae S.if.HOL.
XJN'CiSWOBTH aa a candidate for re-election to the
.office of Hayor at the next Unnictpal election. '
1 " ZCJ We are authorized to announced R. B.CHEAT-
IIAX aa a candidate for Ahe office pf Major at the
next Municipal election. '-' ' ; - - july!2-te
aW We art authorised to auiiouuca John Hugh
Smith as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing tiiDDi-
cijval election. " ,. . -
. for cor?fciL,aiA?r.
' fm We are aothoriEed to aanonnee W. S. COEAT.
IIAU for re-election as CouccHman for the 5th Ward,
at the ensuing Mank.ii-al elecUon. , . , junx-7 to
IZT" e authoriied to announce ANTHONYS.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 6tU
Ward, at the ensuing Munclpial election. '- - f :
Juoe7-t . - "
jtfWe are anthorized to announce Rob. - L.:
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman, of the 4th
ward. -..a .: Julyl6-td.
i aer- We are authorized to announce J. C. McFESU
RAN as a candidate for Alderman ftr Ihe Second
Ward.' . ' '. " , ' ' . .jnll27-to
ITf We are authorized "to announce Dr.- A.' A-
HATCHER as a candidate for Councilman for the
Eighth Ward. :- v . . v. ... julj2I-te
a KAAC PA tX -will serve, if re-elected Councll-
knan from the Seventh Ward. july27-te'
j Jjy We are authorized to announce JAMES T.
BELL as a candidate for Councilman for the Second
Ward. ' ' July28-te-
( We are authorized to announce WM. SIIAXE as
ft candidate for re-election as Councilman of the Third
Ward.-' : - " - .a Si &n .1 1 3nIy38to'i
i 3-We are authorized to announce GEOEGE DAR
KEN' as a candidate for re-election as Councilman of :
he Third Ward. ju!y23-te
We arc authorized to announce C. E.H. MARTIN as
a candidate for Councilman from the Fourth Ward.
! We are , authorized to announce R. J. MEIGS, Ja.j
ps a candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward at the
best election., - -. aug8-te
' "A Stkakoe Family. The newspapers
throughout tbe country are pablisltlng what
they call "curiosities of the census," and
some of tbe stones tbey tell are indeed curi
ous. Uut we think the census will develop
few curiosities more curious than one-which
jexists ia Davidson county. f
' Dr. W.' Brown, one:of the-eensutakers
pa this county; tells us of a remarkableam-
Jly whom he vltited not long- since, , while
catherinz ud statistics , for the Bureau al
."Washington. This family consists of three
numbers, a man, some fifty or sixty years1 of
age, and bis two maiden sisters," who are
something older. - Their ideas of : domestic
comfort, and their way of going through life,
are curious in the extreme. Dr. Baows found
them living, ii they may , be said. fx live at
all, at the foot of a hill,- near the Charlotte
turnpike, some tea or twelve miles from tbe
city. Every census-taker, except those whose
fields of labor are out upon the open prairie,
finds a great many people living at the foot
of a bill; but very few of them find people
living just as 'our old friend" and bis vener
able maiden sisters live. Their dwelling
place consists of a shallow cave or niche
scooped out of the bill and " covered with
boards. In thia they have lived, winter and
summer, for the last three years. They have
a few bed-clothes, but no bed, and tbe ward
robe of the family is not upon a more liberal
Kale. That of the man his pantaloons par
ticularly bas been patched until it would
be impossible to tetl of what material it was
originally made, hen tbey established
themselves in their present quarters three
years ago, they had a horse and wagon. The
former they suffered to starve the latter to
rot. The man spends bis time in doing noth
ing, occasionally varying his employment by
bunting. The women make a little money
now and then by knitting. They have been
offered a house to live ia, and also a home in
the Poor-llouse; but they preferred their
hermitage in the woods, and declined both
offers. Tbe County Court some time since
Tlaced fifty dollars in the bands of one of
their neighbors to be expended in supplying
ibem with provisions."- Their nearest neigh
bor lives about two miles and a half distant.
And thus, caring for nobody, and with no
body to care for them, thinking and caring
nothing lor the j?reat world around them
these singular people pass their days and
weeks and years. Where they came from we
do not know. .V. ... 1.. .-,-
The Insurance Company of the State
of Virginia advertises a statement of its af
fairs in our columns this morning, to which
we call the attention of our " readers. This
Company is under tbe direction of the best
merchants in Richmond, and was the very
first Company that deposited $20,000 in Ten
nessee State Bonds with our Comptroller,
under tbe new insurance law. It is a first j
rate Southern institution. ki-h- fC:Ji...i W
Nash & Marr are its Agents in this city.'-'
gSF-We. refer ourreader? tojtbe ad ver tise-
pent of the. ','X.ibrary Associatipa Conipany'
bf Paducab, Kentucky, Messrs.. Uters Jt
Clements, Managers. 3 Try yoor luck. r- : ,
I . To Meet in Nashville. The fourteenth.
annual meeting of , the' American Scientific
Association at Newport, Rhode Island, closed
last Wednesday, after a session of two weeks.
Ibe papers presented for the consideration of
the Association embraced a variety of . sub
jects, including mathematics, geology, physic,
natural history, and the recent meteoric phe
nomena. The next annual mesting will be
held in this city, in April nexL ,
j A PrriFCL Falsehood. -We leam that a
pumor prevaiL) among the Breckinridge De
faiocracy here that the Union -party, or mem
bers of the party, have threatened to pelt
kr. Yancey with rotten eggs if be should
taiike a speech in Nashville. It is hardly
pecessary to say.that no such threatJias baen
jmade, and-that the rumor of such a threat
tit", jea sd. afloat ifci partyRrposeiMr,
iYakcey could "speak here a thousand times
jwitbout receiving hd slightest dficoartesy
from any member of JiV Union party. ,;
j This way tbe democracy bate of "attempt
ing' to accomplish their hrpoBes by ;euch
ander-handed icbemes - is unworthy , of any
!party. It is contemptible. "If tbey are not
Able to make a fair fight in this contest, they
'ought to sell oat to some party that is. Utti-
' We Btated last week that the Hon. W.
;L'. Yancey would make a epeecb in thia city
'on the 17th inst. Oar neighbors of the Union
and America say that if he bas been invited
'or intends to speak here, they are not aware
;of it. ' We got the information from a Breck
Widge Democrataad we believed it, for we
didn't think he would tell us a not-so . about
Et member of bis own party, 0 Mr. Yancxt
mlntf coming to Nashville. " ' "J 4
pTEDNESP AY AlON'GIJGIIST. lgi
tamed oat to " stealing the thunder of the
fcjniod "partj Thejad a band-biir posted
ground towB;Jthe other day, beaded "Tbs
fconstitation lie PBioa, and the Etjnalitj of
be btates." Wby didn't they go Jbe whole
ioglmL tai "TbeTEofRircemsnti of- the
Laws AkojPABfn-EBsas they left that off
through respect to Qr6 Admiarstrajion aikl
Its retainers at Waftbiastonabotit tl-r'.-e-
foartba of whom the nforeeniet of lthe I tw3
froald send up" for tea years ecb. Dab-
rrEa Voted Ar BcchaxaV, b'i$ ia?now for
Docoius." . ? r !
Since tbeur defeatin Kentucky, the
peotocracy are talking- about holding a
(xraad Mortification -11 eellng' at edme point
a that State.' I ' S - , '- .
The coarse of: WasbiDgtoa ilre Com
pany Nos 5, in regard o the iotrodaction; of
pteam fire apparatus jn tbi city is, "we tbink,
worthy of all Drooer Draisel That ComDanv.
i --- ... - .
jt will be seen, by resolutions passed at their
meeting, determined to remain in service
1 the steam apparatuswas. .ready for ac
tive work. o t
Trial of SrEAM-FtrtE Esgixe. A trial of
ilhe steam firenginL;e was bad yester
day at the interstctian of Uish aud Cedar
greets. "The engine drew its water Ixom the
plug ia the rtarjof Esq. Ferris', and threw a
penect adage for nearly an nourver the
neighborhood."" "The' dry "earlb seemed tol fe"
ioicaMrithihe larga company present at ihe?
jjeoeTous supply of Vater The water was flrsf
(brown through 100 feet of hose at least 100
feet high, and afterwards through 650 feet of
bose, high about the tops of the houses
thereabout.' i 3 ; . : ' -" f'!'i
j ATT who witnessed the eiperiment seenied
delighted with the operation of the machine
and it? tireless stream of Water. : -'
All. HaiL, Kextcckt ! All Keotuckians
tnJS ashvjile -wno rejoice at the -'political re
demption of their native State, and desire
the preservation of the American Union as
it is all who regard as sacred the Constitu
tion and the laws of the country and are
determined to vote for Bell and Everett,
are invited to a re-union ia the Hall over
Beech's Store, on Monday evening, the 20th,
at 8 o'clock, that they may congratulate each
other, rejoice together, -and send salutations
(jo their brethren ia the "Dark and Bloody
round.'ii;l?:.-. (.. tJiAJ'! fA VI
asr-. ne largest crowa we nave seen in
Sashville since the "Return of the Delegates"
fjrom the Democratic Convention at Balti-
ipore, assembled on the Public Square be
ween 6 and 7 "o'clock last evening, to see
tjie steam fire-engine Eclipse respond to an
alarm of fire. .Down College Street thunder
ed the machine, and down. College Street
thundered the crowd. The 5'grand entree''
of a ''grand consolidated circus" could n't
have created a greater- excitement.5
j The fire was in the Foundry on Front
Streetrand-was -extinguished by the "Twos'
before tbe steamer reached the ground
-Wej presume there ia; really very little if
any loufldation Tor tne rnmor tnat the Breckr-
iaridge Democracy are going to charter the
Eclipse and a conflagration to get up a crowd
when one, of their -speakers is going to ad-
Attention, 3rd Ward.
j Members of tbe 3rd "Ward Bell and Ever
ett Club ..will please, attend promptly , the
meeting of the Club this evening, at Good-
fin's nail," J College . street. ! " All freemen
favorable to the'eause are invited to be pres
ibe xiopkixsville i?EE .tress. ve naa
tbe pleasure of a call last evening from Will.
D. Gentry, Esq., editor of the Hopkinsville
(Ky.) Frt Press. He is just from the late
State Convention of the Douglas Democracy
of Kentucky at Louisville, of which he was a
! We are always triad to meet our friends of
the Kentucky press, and heartily extend to
Mr. Gentry the freedom of our sanctum du
ring his stay in the city.
The Panorama. Do not fail to go to Odd-
Fellows Ilall to-night aud see Wolfstexber-
geb"s( splendid Panoramas. You will find
them superior to anything of the kind that
has been exhibited In Nashville for years, and
will not regret that you' expended fifty cents
to see them. Take your children with you.
They will be delighted with both the paint
ings and the music on the piano and melodeon
by Master Axtomo Grace, who plays won
derfully well for one of his age.
s9 Messrs. Fiaa Henry, Franc Neelsy
and Smithes of the Adams Express have oar
tbanks for New York, Philadelphia, Louis
ville and St. Louis'papers. ' ; ' "f l :
arThe case of the State vs. L. F. Beech,
came up in Judge Tcrxer's Court yesterday,"
and was continued to the next term by the
prosecution, t . 1; . ;
We learn from the Union and American
that the new hotel in course of erection on
the corner of Church and Cherry , streets,'
la 4 rv a nallojl tha ftfavti7all Tfnn an "
i jwr . xiAOAN, yotiege pirees, nae receiv
,-r w-r 4w w-i n 1 m .
ed Harper's Weekly, Frank Laslie, the Mer
cury, New lork Illustrated News, Irving
Magazine, and other weeklies. ; ; Also Godey,
Peterson and Arthur.
j 33" Theref was another alarm of fire soon
after supper last night, and the Eclipse had a
beautiful run down College street to Broad;
bit there was nothing in it. ,f. "i " IT 3
Sale of Harness Stock. Twenty-four
head of fine stock will be sold at We6twood
on Wednesday, 15th inst. at 11 o'clock.
On.- : n 1 1 1. .1 t t m ff.
" ieave lue P"" 01 lUB
AiavawQ uaiUVUU i Aw f ailU AUJ V bluva
and carry passenurers free of charge to and
from the sale grounds.
TheGrbver1 feBakei Special
R4 IL . Brqcxway, . representaUve of the
Grpvef& Baker Sewing Machine Company
offers a special premium of One Hundred Dol
lars ,QjsJi,'i6t: the . best 'specimen of family
sewing exhibited at the next State Fair, to
be held it Nashville, September 10th, 1860.
j The work tb be done by a ladyj a resident
of Tennessee. - .
j The judges to" be appointed by'thes State1
Bureau.-" ( ' . ; , ' ,-
1 No persons connected with our offices "will
be' permitted to contend for he premium.
j july28"-dewjlil Sep. 10. !(,f. j
i No. 46, North side Public Square, over A.
H. Hick's China Stores '3- SI. A i -1
HABITS OF HOOD SOCIETY,
t ....... 1 . ... .. .
A Sand Book for L ies and - Gentlemen
Thia la not, as might be inferred, a collection of set
forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, and cooven
1 onaliatns. Written y; a perscn'welt conversant
With the world, and, withal, a deep thinker, a sage
rieasoaer, as 4 a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, and will find
i&s wy into every library. For sale by . .. j u . r-.
JOHK YORK A UO.1, ''
mrli x ' ' ! ' K9. u Cato tri."i
PRESIXEIITIAIV ; C&UVASS.i
; Public ; Speaking.
..JlOiMiay.-" - AgO 6
Pikeville..i. ...... .,
t Washinfrton.. . ... .
Atnens. . . . . -4 ; .-.
. i ;l .Tuesday, ' "
.. ...Fritiay, -'
,'. ... Saturday , " "- '
. .Monday, , -
. .Tiies:v, '
i KnoxrBie.. . ,t
! DaiHlridge... ......
EtiZobethto wn ..
L'tountt ill i -J. . j xi.L. . .
Monday, - a.
Beau's Staiion..;.i..'.".;.'. ;.Taedar ; . - " - SS
Taaeei,iw it u a '-viWedueativ: - ": 29
Jacksoro.... Friday, " St
Clinton ....... ...Saturday . September . 1
Kingston. ....,. .Monday, " S
Loudou...,..iM....Ji... ..Tuesday, , 4
CleveUnd.v.ii ,....;:... y. Weuaesdajrj !? 8
f:enton.. ;......."- .'.Thursday. w'
Cluttanooga.... ...Friday, " - .1
Harrison.. ........ '....Saturday, " 8
" The undersigned, by reqaest, baveagreed
upon-the above list xf appointments"; at
which times andjrtacesW. C Tbittookxe,
one of the Democratic, candidates for Elector
together - with some
candidate of the Coostitaiional Union Parly
will address their fellow-citizen?. : ' 't
John C, Bubchv --
"Neill S. "Bkowx.7,
' ' - t "' i i , f i I
The undersigned candidates lor Elector for
the 4th Congressional District wUl "address
their fellow-citizens -at the following times I
and places, t oil'Su-M ; r
Bunker's Hill, White county,
r. Friday, August,
- Saturday, - r " :
Monday, ' "
i: . Tuesday, "w ',,'
1 Wednebday,: -
-' Thursday, ; .
. ' Friday, ' ' ' '
j Tuesday,.-. .-" -Wednesday,
Dr. K. E. Faine'a Putman, '
Gaiuesboro, Jackson - - "
Granville,-., '. '. , " .,
iFlynn's Lick, ; . .: "
Celine, ' ' - - "
fCenterville, . :, " . . '.
Gum Springs. .. .. : : :
Bed Springs-, Macon,
Lafayette, .... . .- " '
Epperson's Springs, Macon "
Dixon's Springs, - 1 Smith "; -.
komo, " " "" :" ' ' '
Alexandria,' ' -1. DtKalb ' '
Spencer, Van Buren ' : .
River Hill, V. White -Millers
Store, ' Warren " '
B-uowlo's Camp Ground White co, Friday,.
Altamont, ; ' ' ..
Hillsboro, 4 ,
Arrick Jones' '(
SparU, -j . -. . ; .1
01d Forge," .
liberty, . . -,. ..:
Carthage, ; . -.;
.:: ti..i:i ,
' : , - A .
' Coffee "
: Saturday ', ' '
I Monday, '.'V-
' Thursday' - -'. M
"J Friday, 'J''
-: Saturday Sept"
Saturday," i '; "',
is.. Monday, ,! '"
' : Tuesday,'" ""
'-,- Wednesday, "
Monday, .-. : Oct. i
: T. B. MURRAY:
j For, Kent or Lease. 4
T WILL rent or lease my place near the Murfrees
X boro' Piko two mites from the eity for the Dresent
jroar, urwiw vue privilege 01 nve years..- inere IS
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen' and eood
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.'
There are twelve acres of superior laud, suitable for
raising all Kinds 01 marketing. -1 -
rebttt-tr : . j , i .1 .- LUCla LEWIS.'
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LG OK TEIEEE !
ALL DRESS GOODS
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REGARDLESS OF COST!
! - .:. ; . ... - -; : . i : .
1 Those Dot yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as we are determined to closed them out, FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET? . , . ', ' , '. ; ; ... , ,. j
R. C. Mc!VAIRY & CO.
j July 23 tf
NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
rpHE undersigned baying suggested to the Clerk of
JL the county court or Davidson county, the insol
vency bf the estate of Jxo. R. Iliix, dee'd., all persona
having claims against tbe same, are hereby notified to
appear and llle the same duly authenticated as prescrib
ed by law, on or before the 1st day of January, 1861,
with said Clerk, or the sama will be forever barred,
both. in. law and equity;.' - - ,!. r; ' - .
I - , SARAH ANN. HILL,
ijulyl8-lm J - t Administratix.
NEW BOOKS I!
T7t HAGAN, 41 CoBege ft,, has just received
J. . louowing new Boots: .f;j-c -j
JJIOUNT' -VERA'OX PAPE 7
j BY: "
Complete ia Mr hrgt IB ma Book. Price at 60.
The Pbjalology of Common Life, '
by Gen. Henry Lewis , author of : SeaSide Studies,
Life of Gorthe,etc., 2 l.U-'A U.i'l Li'i.t.
i The object of tbe above work, differs from that of
all other works on popular science, in Its attempts ta
meet the wants of the student, while meeting those
of the general reader, who is supposed to be wholly
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many excellent treatises which exist are above seated
to the advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
and a facility of apprehension which can only issue
from a practical familiarity with subjects, ;' "' ;'"
f On Hallucination.
I A History and explanation of apperritions, visions,
dVeams, ecslacy, magnetism and sonambulism by
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French by Robert t. Hclxe, "P.X. s!
TCEPClXnCAl TEST BOOK, OS ENCTCLOTEDLA j
containing everything necessary for reference or the
f oliticians and Statesmen of tbe United States, f f
CPrlntera X.00I; Here I '
I have on band and for sale 200 lbs. of Kew
Ink, warranted a No. 1 article.' '
; I nave
received a complete"
-! cd Jo ' : rr,
; !4iCuiWge sCY,
. ...... 1
j Magazi & e a 11 d N psp. er a
j Harper's New Monthly Magazine for July; '' "'
i Frank LeaUe's Monthly and Gaaette of Fashion for
July; '", t-r
Godey'a Ladles Book for July;" ,, ','7
j Peterson' Magaain for July; ; ...s.'. '
Knickerbocker Monthly Magazine for July; " " '
The London Illustrated News, weekly j ' .' . 7 ' : .'
Wake's Spirit of the Tunes, weekly; i,,- 1 ' : ;
Porter'aSpir: of the runea, weekly; .'.l' r- '
Waverly Magaxine, weekly j ; .. ,'.;,,
Harped s Journal of ayilixaioa, weekly; ' '
Leslie's Illustrated Sews, weekly ; "'j,
Kew Ywk Ledger, weekly;'. , ? v C-'.. -
e wjYork Meroury : Neur 1'ork n"tii'i
-off tbl A Mylo-Sajtoii.
New Yoei:, Xug. 14. The steaioer Anglo
Saxon ban arrived "at Jb'arlber Point, with
Iiverpaol d4tei vl" QueAstotvi of Abrusi-;
j The earner Golden FU-cce arrjvtd at
jGalway, aud the Gla?gowat Queenstowuon
jthc 2d. i - - JzrK-' -.'r? -
r Uotton Salea or the weeK T.iOO bales. 01
which "f-pculatofs'lofik: 6,000 afll: et porters
16.000 bab4r market retire and nnnef.'but
J 'geuerally unchanged. .Orleans 1
fair 7f ; Or-
ileans middliia's J5Mobife "fair"! Mobile
middlia2.-61: aiDlabd fitir; 64 opJand mid
dling 5 j. Sales Friday 10,000 bales"; closing
teady. Stock at Liverpool 1,241000 balesr
jof which 1,077.000 are Americaai;; l4 J
I The weather has been unfavorable for
crops.p- FJqur; juiet.f i Wbeot steayrKCora
jaavanced e to 9 pence. Provisions ami, oas
generally unchanged. Produce unchanged.
jConsols not quoted, ews.unimportAAt.i, ,;
i - ,-,,-r ,0.. 1 ,,Arrveo.-, ,,KO . , ...
New You, Atts. 14.- The steamer Persia
jnas arrived . ,c
j The steamer "Edmbnrgh' his arHvcd. Her
idates are anticipated. i T '; .N-t-.-iH ,.'
Galvestok. Texas. Aag.; 12, -fvia-- New
Jrleans.) Returns from five counties give
Flournoy (Democrat) ' for Attorney-General
471 majority., 'iifiii 'if? '1
I Tbe Abolitionists are operating actively on
f he Western borders; Two men. were hung
a Anderson county for Inciting insurrection
among the slaves.
New York. Aucr. 14--Gnoa--Tbere were
but six military executions by. Garibaldi's
orders, and those were executed as assassins,
and not as combatants. , . . .' , .;.
The loss of Sicilian and Mexican volun
teers is now. estimated at nearly 1,000, a large
proportion of which was Garibaldi's best
corns. - -- ' '---- .
Paris, Friday. All the Powers" have
agreed upon the. conditiomvof JEuropean in-
terventioa in-feyria. s-r--i ; ..
' t .
1. New" Orlbans; Aag
t-Ai v- - - Z
f I ! li
i. 4 t .
New Orleans, Aug. 141-Tha largest por
tion of ransn Plaqaemtne is submerged. Ihe
suuerera are numerous, c many being nouie-
. . .:'l;'Di.mUu'....T:.i
New Orleans, Aug. li.- The bark Xizzie
Boggs, from Bordeaux, bas arrived dismasted :
4nd leaking badly. a diiw.i-- .j5vt-t
' '"' Abandoned.. , -Yf::-7',M'ii'i'"-!:-
New Orleans, -Aag. Vl4i--The. Schooner
Mary, from New prleang'fd, Galveston, was
found abandoned. ' " V't'tH.-u "l .',:
I O 1-jziA riivO MoBrLB,' Ang; 14.:"'"
The gale was very severe herei : -The lower
part of the city was overflowed, and serious
13vJj: iid liniver Ifew'i.W:1 ''.''v
Louisville, Aug. - 14-Xhe river - was ri-
Oing witn 4 leet 3 inches water in the canal.
! In 96 ' counties Combs has '2.47 over'
McClartV.. . ' a-i.-cei; l h 'z blA eiiilw-'s'.rfr;
P U R E: TO INoE S
j ii . J . ; Just recetved and for sale by e'rf ;
ETIExWXE' LAMBERT &
JVo. 53 Cheri y St, JVasliville
CASES genuine Heidsieck Champagne; .s v
VJ 60 cases " pints; . ;
60 cases Vicus Ceps Champagne, J. Lausseure,
.-.'.-.(M ido -Clos Paradis, Cbamragne; , ;: jj l
25 do Chambertin Sparkling Burgundy ' i:
100 '..do! Burgundy Wines; li-. lih,--:
5 -do Chateau auyac Ctaret: -
'':-55sdo ?-.. pintt: .-5 - ' tr."
"lngido Cnctnnn Clan firafm.iKIri rJH.
25 do La rose, La&teaad Margaret:
100 do Sherries, the finest. brands, f t
- 25 - do Thos. Hme Bcaady:
do CM r"nrtacf ' -
do- 'i?.aa;; LHiiate? Paris A Perdeaux;
do' Aly.ilhe Edward l'arnet, Course;
do i Real Torino Vermouth . s;,v. .iiJf
do , Italian Wines; . t 5 ; ,,.,
do" SparkBng Kebbfolo; ' '
do ' 'da -w-Brachetto; ; -if-'.
d do j . Muscat;. 'I'1 in-.xmi-n -X
do WhiteAsti; ) -v!i i
do Barolo A4 r -
do' ' Ataccarone, vefmecilli.Tteginette, etc;
do" and tin Lucua Olive Ollf ' '
All our direct European exportatiocs per bark Ala
bama. v - "'j :
Also. APPKXNINB BITTER3. -. recommended br.
he most eminent physician.
- ' - - fc.TIfcjy.NK LAMBKKT Sz CO-, :' '
may 18-tf ' " ; ( - No 68 Cherry Street
.LAND FOR SALE.
"f AM now ftlTeringTor sale, privately, a portion of
X my land, upon wnieh, t now live, about five, ailes
lrom the city, immediately fronting Hyde's Fer
ry Pike. The amount proposed to be sold is
about - ' ' : '
flnc Bnndrp.d nnrt Twpntv-fivf! .ftfrrevJi!
1 - - 4
;.- ' 1 z 1 -
Which is as fine and productive soil as there is in the
county or Slate. There is a beautiful. building site,
Which commands the view of the entire neighbor
hood and is well act in Blue Grass, -'with a beautiful
growth of fine forest trees. Between fifty and sixty
acres is nne clover land ra growtn; tne balance well
Umbered, for all useful, purposes. There is also a
never failing spring 'upon the tract, which affords ,
a sufficiency or water ror an purposes.
Those wishing to purchase a splendid tract of land
in a one neiguoornooa.ana wim an otner advanta
ges, would do weli to call and see for thecselvea, as '
lam desirous of -Boiling., r. "iff
'For teiauv&c., apply, to GLASCOCK Jt KIWSOM,
or to the nndersigued on tbe premises.
mavl5-triwlm . . . , . .. . ri. B. HIDE.. ..
ft . - - - '. - . -j 1. id A . m ii
Tempest's Fruit Jars. ; 7T:
ITTE have en hand several hundred dozen Quarts
VY and Half Gabon of these famous Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented
for the preservation of Frnit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries !
. Tempest's jars preserve RasfbskriesI
Tempest's Jars preserve Black bkbriks I
Tempest's Jars preserve 3 Plant I j
.Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches! ..' .' ' ...
.f. Tempest's Jars preserve Phths I 'V.' . ).'r .
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces I ..,',)" i
Tempest's Jars preserve Chkkriks I
'..'Tempest's Jars preserve Tqkatoes I ,';;"' ' " "
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass. Stone and.
Tin Jars of all sizes. m-.-m :. . , 1 . ,.r(v
' ALSO. Ludlow's , Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes
which we areollering at cost price, as we feel assured
that .-, ,. --u -,.:.:,
I ..(K Full BosquI' Shirts .f .
JtTST received an assortment of Fyt.L BOSOM
SHIRTS, with "and without tsollara.' Bosoms of
Linen Cambrio and Bishop Lawa. ;Also,agmall lei
of Shirts, with ftaa Embroidered Bosoms, by . - .
;apr-tf, i.., , .-, H.cGTZ. L
f ' ... . ' I , S i L . : i
PNE Ground StocklFeed, for sale low by., ... '; -.,
june8-tt . - BEJfJF. SHIELm A CO.
rpHE firm of MANSFIELD, GTLLOCK k CO. is this
1 - dav dissolved by mutual con9ctit. ti. p. taixocK
having disposed of his entire Interest In the firm, to ti
Li Maxsrklb and C. P. Ltoxs, who alone areanthorized -1
to use he name ot tne nrm m -uauinmra
ness will hereafter be conducted under the firm and.
style of MANSFIELD, LYONS fc CO., at their 1 old.
stand 33 and 35 Broadway.
C. P. LYONS. .
1 '.a ,
rr retiring from the above firm t return thy sincere
thanks to the public for the patronage bestowed up-'
oa us, and solicit a continuance of the same to my sac-
r i . - . - i j.-,-..-. ;.. f...-.n , .y .
CrOdey's JL& dies Boolt
for Jul f,
Jyst received by
JOHN YORK s CO, :,
GRAND BALL AT KINGSTON iPELXGS,
FRIDAY, 17TB AXfGTJST, I860:
ADMC3SION to Ball and Supper Two Dollars- La
dies frte . Tnoae who choos can come In fancv
Dress. Aijlfiu W. aQyaatMAV -fcyj
aug8-td E. J. KJIEIDER, J Bu?t "
Mill for Rent.
THE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumber
land River, Just below the city, la offered for'
rent tha remainder ot the present year, with the
privilege ef next yfcari Apply to TrRxass S Foaoxa,
Cherry street, or JAMES COKBITT,"
I HAVE Just unpacked, and have now for inspection,
the nnest Grand Pianoforte ever, received
in the eity of Kaubvili6..-i The, attention of every, lovr
of tbe 'King" ef Instruments Is invited, to thin Piauo.
Aiso several square
j Pianoforte! of Steinway k Son'i Maat, 1
Have Just been aided to my stock, iU tt whicB wiU
be sold at Kew- York Prices, for cmd. or negotiable
Baprf'a w-"e - v.j i.;-ir;-,..u.:,,M, Tf
33 Union Street : '; I
-weW Miiilfl. Ut ETOat abnnd.infi.
oaiajr o aay already large tux .'Z:
JeAlLcr: W an toil. -
M I 1 A -yVber man for a smaB town? He 'rnnet
1 i ? .J? cif?" f-wr cook" Address
. A. B., at this oltee. ' anS-tf.
E 1 'iJi&Dihk PxytmUfrrahl'd 1
Nasbriile. August, 15. -J
- "" ' . S. ' j-. i vl i if -J, -1 -fi
FLO LTRTbe-j market ra ;well .applied,
90,oJ, wholeaaler ,. ,
: r. .......
iExtra I :; ' Backs.':! . IV
j WHEAT;-The siippliea are drawn princi
pally from abroad j very . HUia..j Tennessee
wheat being offered. 'VWe 4aote rel at $1 10
-t 15 per bushel j white $1 201 25 per
'bushel. -' "
pATS.- 65c per lousheLr'V,"
i BACON None c ffering. : 5 , .;
LARD-7-Is ;n demand and; sells readily at
. MEAL Is selling at 75S0c" bushel.
FEATHER3-We quote at 4042 lb.
1 Vjrituoi.u.ULia we quote; -r air sugar
8I? Prime vto choice' 9J10c; in
barrels $lc. advance on these figures. - .
New York Coffee Sugars l6jilcf lb
crushed and powdered IlJ12c; Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045o Q gal.; hall barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c' ' Golden Syrup
in. .barrels 75c; half barrels J 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c. -M '.' .
j COFFEE. Rio 16J17crLaguyra none
in market: Java 1920c. f B). Stock light
i t ' 1 1 x ' -
I THiArslinperiaJ. 60c(51 . Gunpowder 50
750.;- Young- Hyson - 40(60 i BlacJK -60
jl 50. . . , ' , , I
. ;'S ALT-We quote Coarse Sack at 50 ;
and Fine at $1 ,C0$1 .75 : andx Bair el at
40c.l boshel."-"1!-1-' v' ";:s; ";;;:';';
COTTON YARNS. The following are the
agents' quotations for-Cottan Yarns : 700
apd; ,800, 9c doz.; 600: 10c; 600, lie;
nd 400, 12e.rr-s-.u.y
iWHISKYRectined is beldat 2024c.
5 gallon, 'and country at 5075c gallon,
according to quality; ; .jC? ' ' p -i -d-
j CANDLES.7star;18c per lb for light
weigbt; 20e for' full weight. , Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb;':.; -;'-a
j Raisins Layer, $3a3 25 per boxiW. R."
$2 eoafdomD ifjvic:! 'iutI
SOATdrpenUnea 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN. $1 50 peciiwkT
HAY $26 per!ion&y
BEESWA 26a?7c perljb.'!' 1 " ' " T '
jCrESEr-Western Reserve lOallc per ; lb
ITIarketabr 1 Xeles'Pb
New Orleans, . Aug. 14.-i-Cotton steady.
Sales to-day 900 bales; quotations unchang
ed; sales of three days 1700 bales;, receipts
of tbTee day 2030 bales against 1200 bales
during thc-i corresponding, time last year. r
Total receipts of new crop to date 3000 bales
against 550 bales at the fame time last year.
Sugar buoyant; advanced J; 8a9; corn dull,
55a70; mess, pork firm .22,00; whisky, recti
fied 18; tobacco firm but unchanged; sterling
exchange .,9al0; on. "bills of lading 8a9L;
' New York. ght ..iaj premium; freights to
j New York, - Aug... 14-- Cotton firm; sales
2,000 bales Juaddlmg: Upland: at . 10al0j,
Flour dull: Bales f ,900 bbls. at 5.12a5.20.
CorndulU sales 79,000 bu. at C2a66. Oats
steady, at 36a38. Mess Pork, dullj sales 400
qbis. at 5 i'j,ibaii. : LArd dull; sales 200
bbls, at 12ial3. Sugar dull; Cuba sales
500 boxes at ejarfr
j Cixcinn-atv Aug, llFlour. steady; sales
1.400 bbls. atUliu4. 6 0.' J Whisk j ATh:. Mess
ork 190Oa2Q.0O. .
... , T-v a . r: : : .- . . . ,
Cincinnati Provision 9Iarket. Past.
a-reaem ana Tnre. "
. There is not a nutat in tb VTret iiia.t Unm ntir .i
ari much careful attention, that has iriven the numhr
of men employed, and in which tbe same amount of
capital nas oeen emptoyea as ma LmcinuatiPre vision
jaarKeu ine posi""" inai sne occupies as the Queen
City of the West has been wrought by Pork-packers
tbe most enersetic claESof men that eah'be found in
any country. By an examination into the past history
of this city, no one will be surprised ou being told
that Porkopolis is -the appropriate name by which
Cincinnati should be-known. 1 Oar , intention, at the
present time, is not to eulogize our sood citv in thia
particular, but to give the following figures, whiei
win lorui au muM oy .wiuca uie aiienuve observer
can form a partial idea ol the tnagnitudo of the Pro
vision trade In the West. 7 '
1 The number or Hog, packed In the "West last year
was 2,460,036. . Add to this the stock oc hand of old
product leftover from previous year (see Wm. Smith's
report to his Price Current,) making the crop of 1S58
nd 1859 equal to 2,615,035. The old product was
closed out, or very nearly so, with the exception of
4 light stock of brl.i Pork, when tbe season of 1859
tmd 1860 opened. The crop of the West this year
Was 2,350,8-2. Deduct from' this tbe deficiency (as
compared with last year) in New England, Xew York
and Virginia (as admitted,) 150,000, and it leaves a
crop of 2,200,822 for I860
Showing a deficiency !of. .u . 2 f. . L .". ,1 f.414 ,213
Add exports to Europe iu excess of last year ...150 000
Increased (tome consumption oyer last year..20o'ooO
f 0 A K.K.:.... i- .. '76413
i From tbe foregoing it will be seen that for home
consumption there, is a deficiency of liog products of
764,213 Hogs, as compared with last year.' ' We pre
fer to under-estimate tne foreign export and the home
consumption, rather than the reverse, that there may
ud tcv tuvHiny uu uiu yum. ub lucreasec Consump
tion of the South atone is not fhr short of 800 000.
! Tbe above figures have taught us two very impor
tant feeta. t The first of which is, that the Provision
trade rnust of necessity be particularly confined to
the WestT. and that Cincinnati mntt for time to come
be tbe great center for tbe carrying on of this very
important branch of business", andfu the second place
that the stock this year ia below tbe actual wants of
the United Slates, and that prices ought of necessity
advance tbe higher rates than has been experienced
ia this market for many years.
t The demand during the entire season bas been reg
ular, at no time spasmodic, or at any period specula
tive. . The losses sustained during the last two or
three years; by packer and dealers, faave caused
unusual caution , and they look forward to the present
year with some degree of satisfaction, with the strong
hope that, as the supply was inadequate to the de
mand, and the entire country being in a most pros
perous condition, tiey would at least be allowed to
got back, if possible, a portion of their losses su.
tainsd last year, and that no clandestine efibrt, (which.,
however, has been made) by one party to beneQt a
few speculators,, would have been made to. disappoint
dealers in their rratonoUe hopes; but the positive
law of supply and demand must and will' emphatical
ly and entirely assert its supremacy, and that the
strong efibrt made to destroy the-' conaarvatirenes of
holders, and break down the market, was suicidal
and ungrateful toward the very men who have ren
dered them special assistance, and has at last proven,
to their great discomature, and to the satisfaction or
every dealer, that, though powerfully played, it has
reverted boot upon their ewa fceads with a force thai
they; little dreamed of. , ... ... , , ,ri
iThe only section cf country that has been benefited
by-; the aft. referred to- baa been Virginia, aa Balti
more unloaded her surplus stock, owing to telegrams
sent' from this market to that by those kind and beue
Ttilaw mm ifi. iiifM.. wum ih .i. p with
Such assiduous care : and discretion the interests of
every market, save their own, hoping to reap a lew
dollars and cents at the expense ot tueir best lriends
but this-only goes to. show more truthfully the vli
adage, " Give1 a man rope 'enough, and he will hang
himself." !,,'.. ,w
.This market was never In a' better or sounder con
dition than il ia to-day , and there is no necessity of
"; bulling," (as our neighbor of tbe Gazette calls it.)
or bolstering it up, and all that dealers asks is that it
should be allowed to take it own channel Am d rely
upon its own merits, and its course, obeying the law
of supplyand demand, -wui end satisfactorily to all.
Cincinnati, it is very true. ia the ei-eat centmr ih.
Pork interests of the Culled Slate b, and by the effi
ciency 01 uer uusiness men sue nas oeen.made to
rate within sf f eaty years tfelrd, to no city in thelnion .
and tbe most important pne ia the West; but, for all
of thar, they have not worked5 with their might and
liave" left undone that which they ought 10 have
done,' consequently the position she occupies at tbe
present time is not equal to that which she should.
One of the most important railroad connections that
could be matie to benefit tha entire West, but Ciuciu-
nari tv.Hi.n!.i-1v. ..Mild hkth. . . . . .
-, .... . j iu, 01 me Lex
ington and Danville Railroad, through to Chattanooga.
-v, "f vuiuu iwtu mai great uis-
tributing point of the Hog product of thia. city be
tween oa .hundred and two- hundred toBes hearer
(being a direct route) than by Louisville. Thia road
must of necessity soon be built, and Georgia Ala
bama, South Carolina and Tennessee will be supplied
direct by this -city, and: instead Of Louisville being
ojor customer, we wilt, in turn be theirs, i-
j Louisville, is now one of our most important cus
tomers, brought about by the recent , opening (last
November) of tbe Louisville and Nashville Railroad ,
by which, through her, the South has been supplied
to a greater or less extent, and each succeeding year
Will render this read of more and more importance
to us and Qor states city at the talisman 4 cut off to
ajome extent Georgia and other contiguous SUtes from
being supplied by Baltimore, and they, in tarn, sap.'
piy interior pohtn. Tbe advantages to be derived by
getting their meat tresb from tbe smoke-house of the
Vest are incalculable, and dealers at interior points
ib yeorgta,'' Alabama, Ac., have at last seen the
lienefit, and In the future will not look to Baltimore,
utto thfc elty.audthassavteg money, getting better
eat, and iucrdaMog oar trade to a great extent
i crowers of Cotton have come to the coucluBton
(hat it is much more proa table for then), when nld
Ung3 will net 10c., and we may safely say tbt a
great many years . wiupaaapy umoreii wi iiline
below that price, to ruiae .Cotton. - j "X r-,
1 enough only w arcad Uwi- g' look ,0, for
s their aonoiv of h- a
P l-MrabusiBts6swhiclt toast be confined to the
kfest There is no class of men that look with, more
tre, or who have more judgment in tbe management
bf capital, taaa Southern planters, an4tt,cocitei uect
ly , Is the bight of folly tsupaeee toat with a Cotton
piop fi.OOOjOfO hals, worth, i50o0,COO, that they
will withhold from their negroes an ample supply of
:becaif even f . price, b$ber (iuui they ar iau
W bow Iaok wa grcav IsUrot to Ut heavy eoa-
tumptlve demand from the Seutbern tias during
the Cottcn prking seaaony esy August; September
and October, an eath-saoceedlBg year 1 material
ly increase the demand , nil the pUnters of the South
and tbe packers cf the West will havfc their Interests
so .interwoven, tnat to separate-them, would be to
rend assunderihe ties tut bind, ss ;as Stiles; in oi
niBxrn hrMtirhmvi 'RnKideaa verv laree iBcreaae
WthedemanitromtheSotttbevB State, fadlUAted toy
toe roads referred to, a new and almost umookea ior
improvement by which our Perk can be shipped by
the Grand Yruufc Railroad to Portland and by steamers
to Liverpool at rates row a km tki n by itw. A'ork and
jn much less time, has jast been completed. This
road will bring us in such close conaec tion wilt all
Europe that Uie demand for the Hog product of the
West wSlt5Xd th,e mostas?itm expectaiions of
dealers and packers throog'hourtLeeniir country,
and ail eyes will be directed to Cincinnati as tao Rr-iU
controlling point, and if we mistake not, her future
will be honorable as the past, with not one dark spot
Upon her whole career. . -j . . -
JOHXS & CROSLEY'i
Eitta Ptrclia CaiHat -Eoofiu.
IS THS CHS4PE3T ASB MOST PCSABLC SOOJ1XO IX Bfi -" IT
js riEA5D wates proof. It can be applied to srw.
and out doom or all kiim and to eld uaingie roofs
tflE COST IS ONLYABOCTOXETrfirjfTHAT'OF"
i TIN, AND IS TWICE AS DURABLE.
; Gctta Pkrcba Cexext for preserving and repairing
Tnt and Mktal Roars oCevery.decripLivn.
! From its great el;istic3tv- fe aot jcj.irea by the con
traction ana exf ansan oi mctftis lana will not crack
in cold nor run in warm 'tceaCher. TtlPse matenais
cave been thoroughly tested in New York and aU
parts of the bouiuernaud Western States, aud we
can give abundant proof of all we claim iu their
j They are readily appliedby ordinary laborers, at
" NO HEAT IS REQUIRED.'-
i -These materials are put up, ready for ose- and for
shipping to all parts of vie uouutry , with lull printed.
directions ior appncuiou. - -
! Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on ao-
pUcation by mail or iu persuu, at our principal uni
ces. 61C BROADWAY, opposite tft. XicUoUs HotolJ
K. Y., 343 FULTON ST.", (opposite City Ball) BROOii-
ItweS-fint sv:j 1.... :r-rf -f .:!. .
5il;,o .F; r A':!';.
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
THESE MEDICINES have now been before the pub
lic for'a'tsertoa orTTUKTY-T E.fl 5--'. and during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every part of the Globe, ior their extraordinary aud
Immeduoe power of redturiug porfectf lealih to persons
unci mg "iiuer fiuariy every kumi OI sisvaf a to WDicU
Ka I,,...,.... fV.... ... t.-.l.l -
I The follow im; are amon? the distressing variotv of
nt 1 1 1 mil uiaottaea in wuica uie
Vege tablet IJLfe Metiiciaes
Are known to be infallible; 'J . T'-3 i
DYSPEPSIA, by thorooehly cleansine the first and
aecouu atonia:iif, aou creaiuig a now 01 pureneaitny
bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind: 'FLATn.
LENCY, I or AppEirra, Hkartburx, H&aiacu,
kua-uesuESS, Ill-Temfkb, Axxiett, Lasguok and Mel
aschoixt, wnicn are tne general symptoms or liyspep-
sia. will vanish as a natural conseauuuee of its cure.
COSTIYESf ESS. bv cleansing the whole lensrth of
the iuicBiines with a solvent process, and without vio
lence; au violent purges leave tne Dowels costive with
fci two days.
FEVKBS of all kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of an intestinal
Obstruction in others. ' -- - ;
Tbe Life Medicoes hare been known to cure B.HKU-
JD-AXlSin. permanently in three weeks, and GOUT a
hail uiai lime, by removing local inllainnialiou Liom
the muscles and liniments ot tbe joints. - -
! DK0PSIES of ail kinds, by freeing and strengthenr
mg ihu kiuiieys and bladder; they operate tnt 1 de?
llghtfully on these important organs, and hence have
ever peep louna a certain remedy ror the worst cases ot
GEAVEL. " 1 -v ? r , :
1 Aiao, WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of
the bowels the shmv matter to which these creatures
SCUKVY. TJLCF.RS A IHVETEHATE SOHTFS.
by the perlocl purity wiiicii llicso Llit MLiiCLtj
give to tne blood, and all the humors. " "
i SCOEBUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD COMPLEX
BUNS, by liieir altefaiive eUuct upon thefiuids thai feed
tbe skin, and the morbid Slate of which occasions al
a. u,., , c ujiupiauiuj, Btuiow, ciouuy, miu oiuer uini
greeable complexions. - 1 .... lt. -.
j The use ot these Pills for a verv short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT KHEUM, and. a striking im.
provement In the clearness ot the skin. ' COMMON
COLDS and LNFLTJEK Z A will always bo cured, by
one dose, or by two m lite worst cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 85 years standibg bf the use of
lueLUK JLtLHUl-Nts alone. : , , ..
FEVER AND AGTJE. For this scounre of the
eoujrn country, tnese Modicines wm be louud a sale.
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicines hre tho
system subject to a return of the disease a cure by
these Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BE SATIS.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS.
L1E1UUTY. LueS OK Al't-KTITK. UUd DtSkiSKS OF
Females th iWeuee have beea-wem! witb-tbe nKst
beneficial results in cases of this descriotion: Kisa's
Evil and Scrofula, in its worst forms, yields to the
mild yet powerful action ot these remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats, iNEUvoca Debottv, KKm-ocs Coju-laivts
of all kinds, Palpitatjo.v of the Heart, Painters' Couo
are speeonv cureu.
' MERCURIAL DISEASES. Pcr3on3 wliose con-
Stitunoiiiihave become liiiiaired by the injudiTious use
of Mercury, will find Uu Medicines a ielect euro, as
iuey never iaii 10 crauicaie lrom me sysLenx, all Uieci-
iecis 01 jiercury, inmuieiy sooner than the most pow
erful preparations of Sarsapariila, . . '
i Prepared and sold by .-).,
i , W.B.MOFFAT,
J - ' ' 333 Broadway, New Yoke.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRCGGISTS.
Modeler of Fashions,
' -AND DEALER IN ' v
- - . - - ,
nATS, CAFS AND LADIES' FURS
Public Square, .
TCUe Chinese Hut;
A NEW style, direct importation from Canton, cot
XX. up expressly for the hot weather, at the Fa.shion-
aoie uai unporium or 5-" kkanxt.xs,-
julyia-tf No. 23 iniblic Square.
Children's Fancy Goodst
ptONSBTLNO of all the latest styles fir BoySjCha
V uicu, Auiaute tuiu 1HL1C Jl 1..-.. vo W111CU Llie aiieu-
tion ot the ladles is particularly reqnested. :
v.,-. . A. J. FRANCISCO.
Hatter and Furrier, No. 23 Public Square. Nashville. :
. 5ulyl2-tf .., .. f
Tlte Japanese. Hat.
A NEW style of Soft Hat, weighing only ono ounce,
1TL just reoeivea tus aay oy exjiress, at tne tasniona
ble Hat Emporium of - , . . FRANCJUSCO'S,
Julyl-tf . - .-.14" - - 2a ptrbile Square.
The Drab French Ottar,
OF entirely new design, at the Hat Emporium of
julyl2-tf . i - -t Public iwjuare.
A NEW style of Soft Hat,' of entirely new design,
. just received by express.
A. J. FIIAWCISCO,
ulyl2 No. 23 Public Square, Nashville, Tnn.
Cheap Feed for Stock.
THE Feed reduced to $2,50. per barrel by
BENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.
July 23, 1860-tf.
t rExtra Fine Corn Meal
'A N additional supply Just received rer Glenwood
ZA-Alaoj fifty barrels ol the cheapest Food for Stock
unel4-tf - Ko. ST College atroat. ;
HOW LOST, HOW RESTORED.
i jis( Published, in 'is Seated Envelope,
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousues3 and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption audi
Mental and Physical Debility. ,--.;.rn- ;.,...
I - Br ROB. J. CULVER WELL, M. TX, ,
Tim imoortant Xact, that the awful consequences of
BeaT-abuse may be eliectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, "m
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de.
vices, is here clearly, deuonnlrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auliier fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
noon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under aeal to any, address, rosr-FAni, on the re
, ..... . . .,... ... ...... k.. ..1 . r, 1 r -
Cei, Ofc. lw jn'Jifty ouv, vj kmuwu VI, V il.r.
J.iS. KLA-Nt., o jrirsi avenue, isew iotk, itisi uox
Down With Yonn Dustt
TF you wish" to sweep fine Carpets" without injuring
JL them or raising a dust, nee THE PATENT CAR
. MACKENZIE MINCHIN.
Fresh Corn Meal.
NEW supply Just received per Railroad, and
for sale by . BENJ. F. SHIELDS Cw.
July S4, 160J-U-. f $ T '
Uust ReKiYed byiMli JamsJi. &.Cii.
Cff BAGS Crushed Corn
yvUwl 10o Fataily MaTj5'X
1 863 bags White Meal Corn. .;
r:7 :""'vlfoc salc
THAT eotnfortabie dwelling,! No. 165 South Eura-
met Street, formerly the residence of Rtuaeil
Houston. Esq.. " - a
Also No 15 North Summer Stront. tbe present Vesi-
oence of jas.vorrey, aaq. - ppiy t
J. SURKiiAN, President,
-. 'v Union Bank, of TtBa-.
;.v-;.; OoiTce ! ' Coffee!!-
T? B ar fn se.int' rf a wliTnTtiit' ot the" ilfiei
Mr CoGee ever rceivcd to "NashvlUa, which we are
r i- 5 i'-f ' r
fer'inr to th uad at a b w fiirure. -
AgS, . . MIZiXL, UwdrER 6 C,
! 7 7
1 A'apient?aaastomaMe'preparatiba "6f
IKCflt purified of Oxygen and Carbon y coni
Tiustion in Hydrogen, ef higa medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each, of the
Xallowiagr coraclaintsvi, : : : ." --'(.-
I PE5TT.7TY. KZSV0U3 AFTECTTOaS. tK
CIATI0N. DYSPEPSIAr LlABRHEA, C0XSTI.
"POTION-. rSCSOFULA, SALT RKEUII, SCTTRVT,
jA'olfDICE. LlTEJtCOMPLAINTS BHEUMA
TitEECtTRIAL CONSEQUENCES, UTTES.
MITIEST FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHRONW
HEADACHES, " FEMALE - WEAKNESS. ' lolS--MEKSTRUATION.
WHITES, CHLOROSIS, eta..
FISPLE3 OH THE FACE, E0UQ2LNESS OF
,TH SKIN, eta. - .
j Tha IEiONTjelns absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating through the whole svstem. no
Ipart of the body oan escape tteir tntly woaiert
j Tha experience of thousands daily proves that
bo prsparation of Iron can for a moment be
comparerlwltaiL. Impurities of the bloodyde
fcresioa of vital energy, pale and otherwise
Sickly complexions indicate its necessity la Jit
post every conceivable case. 'In all cases'of
Female debility Kaaor albus, calorosis, etc.), us
fcffect3 are delightfully renovating. No remedy
has 9rer been, discovered, in the whole history
f msdicLaeV, which exerts such prompt, happy,
land Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, eora-I-lete
digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witn. an nnssual disposition for active and;
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restcrativ'
lt has no superior and no substitute. r
Pnt np In neat flat metal boxes contatnr ."
f-0 pill, price SO eents per koi ; ate kmkra,
p. -3 50 x me Uozen boxes, 94 OO. For sale by
Dmrlsti ffoMCrally. Will b at Oee tt
any Address on receipt of the price. - AU Jea
tern, ordcre, tie-, abould, be addreasct t9-
r-K, B.XOCKE & CO., . 7
&Li- - General Agnts "
. -Jj. ,8 1 4ii 339 BltOAUWAY, W' V. '
!V. Rr The above- La a -farlmile Af tltf
1 an each box. .. . . . x-k-.s ! a - r - -
pdec22-dtriwwly -r .-i.i.u
Chancery SaIevAusust 13, 1SGO
Peter Anderson vs. Mc Roberta 4 McKee FARM.
PCR.SCANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nash villa, in above named rase, 1 will -K on SAT.
IRDAY." ISTH OV AfGlT.lfe60.at ihe-tK(i t-hi.B-ia
i.ashvitlP.ayartn'of SS acres and 19 poltd.VmiiesDroni
tiie city, on Gallatin Turnpike and Nashville and Louis
yiUe Railroad, the same being the house -lot of Craig
kead place. Also Lot No?, Scheming s-iuie,and cou
liuiug 7 acres and 1-2 pok. '
I lEKMi b,12 and IS niuiiilii), wtlbout 1 Wk t jiotes
ith apiroYad security and Hen retained -ii H '.-
July2D-td ' k -: - J. jC KLEA r,T. JlI. J
1 jno. a. sam v?. xiarmi i.r:inv . 41-' a.v
PCRSCANT to a decree" of thetlianeSyTrt at'
Nashville, in above named case. I will sell on SAT-
t RDAY, 18TH OF AUGUST, ls60.nl the Court-house in
Kashvule.a Tract of 4 acnai ji-ts-' iiij,i Aumd. lvine
Ou the Na.shvUteand HaEs'tiirtreTTwfntSS tVoiu
City, and the same promrty herciolore Sold by J110. R.
iui 10 juun jiiarliu.
iekhh ,-ra ana-: is -jholxej J nao
! julyU-W J. E. CLEAVES C. & M.
1 Mt 1
Jno. It Bain VS. C,oorg-'acNuH
IJLiiiLAM to a decree ol llio llirui. tTy
m. try Court at
in 1 hi,-.. r..i,n.l . I v.ll ' I . ... IT
5RDAY, 1HTH OF Al GUT.lseo.al'the Court bHise iu
A;iciviie., a j ran t . r-3 aurt i pni.rs j 1aib1 Jyai( 4
ou thd UjIiUW -a.d liiilUiirJ TuratMhe'. 9 HiA IY!i-
ojty, and the sane property heretoitire sold by Jno. K.
aim lo..iPorie iluwulty. f" n .1 . "
j TEjjirij-iija tvXS.tovSiVut J.rj4!iUl"iitertrauil
, ithfcul redJiiiii'tion.
J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
RakeweU, Peare & ib, f VI. iitfi f 4 ES LOT IN
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu above named cas I 'iU ieii oa SAT
C KI)AY, 1SVH OF A CG IVr, lSOO.iit fl (ftri-honse in
$:ihvil!e. Lot No. oO in ll:ir.lmt;' Ail.litHtti u Xash
Vllle, on lLirJin.a siretH, 60 ttst by J00.
i Tmumj 0 and 12 atoniiia, wilhotu 11 1 1 111111I Hi .-
out redi-mptiuu. . - . !:;iAOib48 r
juiy'ja-ld J. E. CLE.. LS, C. i: M.
. H. El.ua vs. Sdwin Ferguson anjfeers
Ki--. t. i ' i ACBEdL .-j I 4w-t;
TrR5U.NT to" a dcree of-the ChaiV Crnift'nf
X'aahville, in above named case, I will s-ll on SAT
URDAY, 18TH OF AUGUST, 18J,et iiVrw?3at?tase in 7 "
Nashville, a Truct of 1700 acres I m4l.S I ) - .
in Cheatham reunry.'aud bt-tug the ?Wt?w6(fi we soKi -by
Iiartlin, Tnrmir k Co. to Edain afMKnf Co. fS-
deed of July 17, 1S57.) :r. -' -
I Terms 1,2 and S years, with iriWfjftd personal
security required aud IKn retained.
jul-2d. - i ..i-'. ' J. E. GLE.VVES, C. k M.
Andrew Jolmsbua vs. David iL Allen. LOT ON SOLTII .
f. ... , , MARKET STREET., , . ...
PUTS0ANT to asdecree ef the tli.W.ry art at
Nashville, iu ulwive naiueu care, I ill sell ou SAT
URDAY, lbTil OF AUGlYf , ISOO.Ttt tltf t'.Kirl house iu
NashviUo, a Lot of Ground, trouiing CO feet on Souili,
Market street, mending through to Colitpc Ftroi-t ,-aInl
fjnting thereon 4V locfc.tbe fambeins eiVtmi-d- bv -
SJlOJIH. ..-. - r - .
!Tkkjii 7 months' credit, w it luuit interest and free
frlom redemiitloB. - i-s. i.i.i
I jalytd t -.vr
ES, C, it JL ?
P? W. Maxey an! others vs. R. Fstes and others 3
PURSUANT t a" decree 'of .:kiupc.-V tiTt'.t
N.iliviile, in above named case, 1 will sell m SAT-
lTiDAY,18TU OF:AUurT, lbCO, W thu Com t-hous in
N;ishville,3 Slaves, to-wit: Matilda aged 44, Jack It,' '
William 8. ' TuRiis Cash.- '-- - J - - i
juiy6-td J- E. CLEAVES, C. 4. K - ; .
, Wra. McMurrey vs. John McMnry4 SLAVlfc-'
PrRiRTANT ta MBoree of tbe mnry tr at -NaFhvifle.
in above named nuws sell " f AT--!
ri.av irfl , Al-rsT.e,aCoM-t -house m
NWivilie, .Siave Anllv-j edT years. Tlaj--Cai. !
aulrS-4 . ' b.w-hu.,v. a. . - .
i Sarah rcfMiLui.viiah. CJ!u!jS JLiiATES,
PURSUANT to a decree-of the Chancery Court at .
Kabvitfc, in above named case, I viU eu en bAT- -
UKDAYi lffi'll OF AUGUST, 1850, at the Cunrt-heube ia
Nashville, 2 Slaves, Wilson aged 26, ani Anarchy .girl.
aged;- . f" - .J3 "" 'f " " . . 4
rlEUis monins, noies pojame in uuu,-iid - -proved
endorsers, required.-' J : ?
ry-Mi 7 l -' - . i- uui&fr,v ji. .:
Newman and wife vs. Si oan SIX SLAVES OF SLOAN
PURSlTAST' to a decree of the- Onmrery -Cburt at
Nashville, in above named case, 1 will well on SAT-
I RDAY. 18TH OF" AU(JLST,1860,fct the Court -hcHiK m ,
Naahvilk!, Franlc aged, about 28, !heelTiKbxi Wilson
aged about 38, Blacksmith; Mora aged, about 22. fain
ter; Henry aged aooui st, Laoorer; Ann anu ciuiq.
TaaaA 3onlha credit, aUf4 s t' iiimlnrd - f
Dollar on the rchole tale notes with two aptiroved en-
doraers and payabla ia bankrequired. -- . :t
Juiysc-ta i ----r - jTtAULits,t;. aj ar. -
Jerry' Stoddard vs.' Lew U CaroAy HOUSE AND LOT. ''
PURSUANT. t iliT-ree of the Oiancery Ovirt at
Nashville, in above named case, I will aeil uu SAT-
URDAY, 1STH OF AUGUST, 1 480, at the Court-boose iu
Xashrilln, a Hwu and I-" UoeWp Turnpike or Jf- -
feraon ptret extended. Tile Lot is one-hair f Lot Na.-
158, in McOttVOck's plan. - i " J i . - .
. Tbrj Cahh (240, balance em a credit ef 12 months 1
with Interest. - -. -r . .-.-.
ulyao-tl '-.. . J. E. GLEAVES.C. X.-ji ' -
James L." Powell's tatcrest in certain LANDS' ACr
PURSUANT to a' decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville at Mav 1Vrus.lj in tbe voosolidated -
case of Lazell, Marsh k Hunu and others vs. James L.
Powell, Hiraui J. Wells and Ibo?. O. JaincsrI "!H pro
ceed to selLat pablic sale, ea iiTCRlAYiTHt JtsTH
OF AUGUST, lSCO, at Ihe Gourl-nouae in NaiUivUie.the
one-fourth reversionary Intereft which Jarneia L Powell .
has in the Lands and Slaves brkmKing to bis father's -
estate, the samg con?eit uig .one. itvci or 14 Acrca
of Land, and one Irjonf lOO.Vcr-je ei'Liio-l, bvta lying
oaths North, side of Cumberland river, in liavidson,.
county: and of 18 teiaves lo-wu: r-alieneeag.nl t0; r
aDd 65, Mary aged 45, Margaret aeed 2S, Malinda aU 1 ' '
2tt, Jack aged 19, josepuma agtHtlt,t,jr;enoa j'S,
Delilah ared 8, Elmu-a ared 8, Georjiiaiia aKHd 6, Putiy
aed 4, William aged 2, Scott aged 6, Charles aged 4,
Julia aged 2. James L. Pun-vit a ihtere-t m above d-
scribed lands and Have, a iw sold at this sale, to one
undivided fourth, and n the whole or tiie La4 and a
portion of the Slaves, iira. Powell (his eTand-motber)
has a litfe estate, and said property will be sold vabjecb "
to such incumbrance.. v .'
Tkkhm 0 and 13 inootba. creuti, witafmt.inteiest
and free from r&tem uo-n. -s , weft wnred.-requir-
ea. . -. - - 1 4. c wu-ax-, v. . a.
0a the European rlau,
CITY OF NEW YORK. "
' t - i . j
Single Rooms SO ceuti per Day.
! City Hall Snare, eornerof Frankiort st
Oppusiie otj pan.) ; -.;..V7 -
Meals, as they mar be orttni, m taa cariim r. ;
foe lory. There 1h a Barber's Shop and Btu lUwms at
tached to tbe Hotel. . v 'i . . , . ,
iN. B. BBWAEXor Rcsxess and TLcke l.n
wearefoU. - -1. rni'rn: . .
;julyl-ly -" - -r .. -- - - - prowriewr.fai
THE aHcBtioa -of the readers of the Patriot, tf a,
Ladle more especially, is requested bv u ears ,
MACKENZIE k MINCHIN, to the exceUect Ki-Jriger
aiors aatd cbeap FruUJara with feich il. y are now
supplying our Citizen. lenjjuu' iruitJarsare ad-.
miraoiy auaptea lor putua tip ail fc.u.n m rru.is
and Barnes.; 5hy aarftbiu, iiuit'i d tinpi
I and the demand li".r item is s grei.1 th;.t alrea; .
aaarlr Ar(hsadrod oza nav beea soiJ, ., . ..
i .i : ..-W