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THE ONLY PERMANENTLY OLGANrZFD BAND IN
THEtlTY, will at I. -ad to all tails f.T lou.-ic both at
home aud abroad, givimr ettire si.tt-ract.ou -r no
liar?. The Band is ctrpoed ef
ritilh a complete t of tew si'.vtT instrument.
AH calls for music, for funeral? , picnic. ?rf-aI-
auii jubilees will 1 attended lo promptly.
W. L. H'-tflN,
Manairr-r and Conductor,
air27-ly . 15 Suib College si-
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL. REMEDY
A POWERFUL, REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YoCNG MEN who are guff-ring from tin- c-flem ff
r-Mithful ia-lL-rr-tion can le surely aud in-rma-.it.tw
re.u,red bv osin tbe
A Rraedy of Great and Certain Power.
' This remedy is ot up in small vials. and rtiu be sci.t
by mail to any addrcs?. Atrial will ?attv. r.-e it
f..r a week, and you ti ill -xporitUee a print i. iii tiu A
circular eoniuinuie tull articu!ars t til (frce on appli
raiiou. rice it itome :f i
line bottle will last a month.
N. 11. This remcdv is suitable for either F"X.
Addres?, " K. CKi;EK. Medical A -cnt,
jiilyJT-tf 47 Broadnav, New York.
from the Lathe' Visitor, New -York, September, lo59
S"alI)I.cs Pklp.ired tiii'E cems to be universally
welcomed by housekeepers wherever it goes; it is
precisely the ready reliable adhesive substance need
ed for repairing furniture and household ware.
HollOWay's Pills. The best M--diein-3 of mod
eru limes. They correct billioii.-iic.-.--, prevent f aliilcii
I y , cle;ui.-e the liver, purify the blood, strengthen the
slontat h, increase the appetite. inv'ii.'rale the nerves
promote health UU'I renovate the enfeebled ctm-titiit ion'
and for which they liave received the suHrajjc oi (.'rati
tude from suileriiii; millions, for upwards of tlt'ly years
l"n.:.E Cuff, Walkkk f'.n i; ;..,
Mkssk.-. ruUR, liKH-uKV & Co. : Glms : There are
two ofmy friend- lure that want, eat h, half dozen bet.
tlri of your Clark i Fuller's Ambrosial 1 1. Tiny have
tned it and found it all you recommend it.
It i.- lor Sti-plienfon Poe and Klaek.-toue llemlrn k.
S-U'l it to lle in, or I" my address r Fxpr-.-s, to
AUL.'10-lW JM1 T. I:.IK.
- . -
The fullowiii? c oiupliuieiittry imlu e i.-: taken fri'in
the Mi.-.-'Hiri I'emoorat :
iHE.x.'iB Axor.vr of i'cFFtRi'tt: Kelietkk by T.kig
Mi Lean's SrKE.MrrUE.M.i Cohdial. mce the 17th of
Au!ru-t. the fi'lli' !ii2 cases Lave been reMrted cured:
lu5 per'ii.-t have be-'ii cured tf fe-neral IH-bility.
f,(j " " " Xrr'i'U.i lability.
2i " " ' Ii;e:ls(S of the Kid
ISo .-rs'ii.-; who have been aUlieled with vai eus curu
plamt.s, Kcver, tl.romc liiarrho-a, Iiy-' t.try, Livt-r
t ompiamt, Niht Sweats, Iy.l-pfc:a, and Weakio-s?
of the rvi--live Organ?, have been cured, besides a
lae niiiobt r Trom whom we Lave not yet heard.
Mel can's treiitthenin; Cordial and li!d Pur:!!' r
is a remedy re. Hired by . very one in the Ve.-b rn
and S.iithwest, rn c-unlry. It is very pleasant and
ntrrraab.e to lake, and it caa betaken by loan, wo
man and h:M.
A? a dnir.-tic, it wi II cure any d!.-t-ae of the Kid
neys or Bladder, and as an alterative, it w II purify
the blond, and remove all p.mydes, sores r b!..tt hes
from the ikiu.
Try it one drii' laii is suilie,, nt to rt-uviiu'e the
uiot Foeptiejl of its weadei l"u! .-trenj. then:!!,; ami ir.-
Sm- the advert soiueut in rtnetle rc"ii::aii.
The ll.xpiess Fricgltt Tia n.
'u the Nashville and Cliattauooo l-ailrad, will
enmnn uce rumiini; on the 21 of July iu close cou
neti n w ith the Expreis Train on the ;reat .Suilhern
I. me, via. L'lutrleatou anl Savannali aud continue dur
ing ti.c busine.-s st tsiui. Thrtuh time from New
York Eb llT PAYS
July s;-U" E. W. COI.E, npt.
I have E.dd out my entire interest in the tirm of
Nicholas A Hi iii'nr.kT, to IUvin lirMi-HKKV, who
wdi continue the businers as lieretofort?. I will
assist bun in winding up the business of the old
firm, and solicit for him a continuance of the patron
a;.'c bestowed fu the oi l i.rni.
July 2, 1SC0. J. C. NltTIOION"
Iu order to reduce my Mock as much as possible,
before receiving new floods, for a short time I will
oiler my cut. re stuck at cost, for cash.
i&a IUVID IIL JIPHKEY.
1 C T IJ XI 1 For the IN'.STANT KEL1EF and
A H 1 II ill A PEKMANLNT tL'REol this dis
ressii:g complaint use
V K X D T ' S
Made by C. B. SEYVOl-R & O).,107 NASSAU ST.,N
Y." Price $1 ir box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL ItULGUIiTS.
The Legislature of the Mate of Georg a having
passed the following Act, at its Session of 1S5S, pro
hibiting the drawing of I otterit s within iu jurisdic
tion, after the 1st d ly of June, ISoO, we w ill on that
day, remove our entire business to Wilnnnfiton, Ivl.
- WOOD, EKDY & CO ,
Owuers and Vanj;crs of the IK laware, Missouri aud
Kentucky Mate iAitterie..
To rejitfal all taws, and parts of laws, authorizing Lot
teries in the Mate of Georgia, aud for other pur
Su.Tio.ii 1. 7 General Asssml.'.y of Gtonjia do enact,
That from and aflr the first day of June, Eighteen
Hundred aud Six;y,all laws and parts of laws author
izing Lotteries in tbe Mat of Georgia, or the vend
ing of Lottery Tickets in taid Mate, be and the same
are hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
December 11,1 S5S. maylj-tf
UK. KI C.S J3ISPi:ASAItY
FOIl PKIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KING, formerly or New York, for
the last four years of Louisville, ky.,
and who h is. devoted his attention to
the treatircut of private diseases for i0 years, Uat
ters bintself, h iving attended to a practice lor so ma
ny years, and cored KO many thousands, he is era
bleu to cure all diseaases of a private nature, no mat
ter bow bad they may be from injudicious medical
treatment, or from nt elect of their own. I'r. hint's
Iisti-nsary is No. 3 Ieaderick street, between Cher
ry and the Square, second fctory, where he cures all
diseases of a private nature.
i.iivir.EuKi cured without nauseous nied.ciues or
nteriereuce wiiii business.
M-KiCTCkESof old or retretit date, elTectQaHy cured
in a few days, by an operation which cause no pain.
Lere a Stricture .xi.-ls health canm t bo cujt.yed.
l ei haps no d.sease caues more luiSc lot f and uuder
uiined the ct.cj-i im.uu t,, ujm u.
TmiiL-',w.iU all ibe di-ia?es orthe skin, growing
ou. ot uelect or ba t trtalment, can le cBet ctualiy
cu:'l in a few days.
McaisAL Particular attention having
been given to this disease, and all the cons, ouet.e s
vrowmgunt of it, brot-Liou in nut cases by the
destructive habits of inconsiderate y'ouib and ex
cessive indulgence or the pasj.KHii, , uvUxtri which
w.ll undermine the constitution, r. nuenii.- the st--.
unfit rr business orsocieivudca.smg prema
lare old age.
Females who may be laWring wuj any d m..uits.
"f the Womb may rest assured ii imiuudiate relief
Persous re.-.:ding abroad, by w ruiuR atd sta.i'ne
their case, with a fee enclosed, directed to lr.
Kiur.No. -3 Ieaderi.k street, Nx-hvule, Tenn.,"wili
have the necosry medicines sent M tneir a-lMresJ
with necerkary Cireciicns. Mrict Stvrecy ohserved'
tiuiv:e nonrs troni no tiock. iu lac morning nnid 9 m
the eveuiug. jul'lo-iudy
I HATE just unpacked, and have now f-r lrL-iiectuHi,
the ilneel CW rand lManoforte ever received
iu tliecitr of Na.-hville. ine uitenlion of every lover
of trie '-King" of Instruments ts invited to this Piano.
Abo several r'lare
Pianofortes of Steinway i Son's 3Iakr,
Ilave pist li-vn addtM to my siotk.all if whuh will
e st.ld at New York Prices, for utsh or negotiable
J. A. UcCLURE.
New Music, in great abundance, being wldetl
daily to tuy already large stock. . juIyV-tf
Dick ill's lYew Book,
' tEORT STORIE-3, just received and for sale by
Junel2-tr JOUNYORK ft CO.
TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21. 18C0
IiOCK CITY ailiLS.
"Boll" Floor in bags V , i half baps $
OM Hickory do. 4 25;"" " 2 15
Earle do- ' 3 f: " " ' 1 8U
Corn Meal, per bushel .$1 08.
Delivered to til part of tbe city. sep21-ly.
HOVE-liEMS OF TBE RAILROADS.
Departure of i'aserijrer Trains.
Nashville AChattasooca 4 A.M., 3 P. M.
Tenseu. Alabama 4:15 A. M., 3:OoP M.
LocvsvuiEfc Najhville 5:JO A . M. , 5:50 P. M
' " ailatiLE-cpregs-l:30 P.M.
Eucefisld &KESICCKT 6:SO A.M., 2:45 p.m
Arrival of Passenger Train.
NASHViLLE&CiiATTAJfitOGA 5 P. M.,8 A.M.
Tkxeek k Alabaka 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P.M.
Locisville Nashville 305 A. M, 2:1 3 P.M.
" " tialiatm fcipres9:10 A.M
EncsriELD & K rvtuck v 1 0 A.M., JC.1L
Jfi" "e are authorizird to announce S. X. HOL
LIXtlSWOllTII aa a candid itu for re-electiou to the
office of Mayor at the next i!ar.icip;il election.
Mi" Ve are auihorized to announced R. B. ("IlEAT
JIAM as a candidate for the olliuc of Major at the
next Municipal elccu'on. julyl--te
We are authorized to announce John Huyli
Smith aaa candidato for Mayor at the eusainir. ninni
jj- We are authoriz -d to announce W. i. CHKAT
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 6lh Ward,
at the ensuing Municipal eieotir.a. june7-te
r"j We are authorized t.i annout.ee ANTHONY .
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the Mh
Ward, at the cneuiug Muucipial election.
jf f- We are authorized to aunouuee Hob. L.
Crenshaw as a candidate for Alderman of the 4th
ward. July 16-td.
JQV" We are authorized to announce J. C. McFLIi
RAN as a candidate for Aldermau for the Second
We are authorized to announce Ir. A. A
HATCH Kit as a candidate for Councilman Tor thi-Ei-hth
ISAAC PAIL will serve, if re elected Couucil
man from the Seventh Want. july27-te
iij-" We are authorized to announce JAMES T.
HELL as a candidate for C uucilmau fjr the Second
3-We arc authorized to announce WM. SHANE as
a candiilate for re-election as Councilman of the Third
ti"5Wc are authorized to announce GEOl.GE DAR-I-EN
as a candidate for re-clertiou as Councilnvin of
tlieThir.l Ward. july23-te
We :irii authorized to announce C. E. II. MARTIN as
a candidate lor Com cilir.au from the Fourth Ward.
We arc authoriz -d lo announce R. J. MI.1GS, J;c,
as a candi-.late f..r Alderman in the F.l'tti Ward at tho
next election. augH-te
NEMESIS, !:v Maiuo-n Hauixu, author of "Alone:"
"H:d. Ion Path," "Moss-Side," etc. New York :
I--rby & Jackson, -lie Broadway. ISOO. On; vol.
12 mo. pi. 4'J3.
Tbe apiit'arance of lhi tit g.tut volume will
be a very pk-asa-.it surprise t' tbe intiumcra
Me aduiirers of Jl.vtuox Haiilanh. Evorj"
one who lias read Alvite, the lL'lhn Path, and
Mufs-SiiU, will bo anxious to read Xttutais.
Whe'i the labors of this day are doue, we
filiall lijlit the lamp and sitdo'.vit to the clear.
bi'atililiil pages of tbe story.
E ir sale by W. T. 15: r.itv t Co.
TIIK.H'NIoR LA'IF" REAI'ER.. A choi.:e mid t.trie.L
t !. i. n ol Prose and Verse ; w it!i a Synopsis' of tins
Elementary IViih ipl- s of rjeci:tio!i. t xpres-ly ii.lapt -t-1
lor the use of tne Young, and designed as an In
trodiietieu to -The Iiolies" Reader." By John W.
S. I lows, I 'i -fe.-S' -r of Elocut ion, author of '-Tiic I-a -the.-'
R -ader." cte. Philadelidiia: I'nbhslied by I'
ll, tier A: Co. ISttd. l l. ol2-
This work contains a choice selection ' r
icles in prose and verse, and i.s au excellent
book for schools or a young lady's private:
ibraiy. Tbe selections are gem-rally, it not
entirely, frcm American writeia. It is iuite
n elegant little volume.
For sale by J. D. McFekkkx, Methodist
INTRi Id"CT il'.Y COITE OF NATCRAl. I'll! LOS' I'HY,
for the Ui-e of S hot-Is aud Academies. Edited from
Ganol's p..pi;lar Physics, by William G. Peck. M. A.
lYofcssor of Malhematits. C..himbia College. New
Yolk. New York: Puldi.-h. d by A. S. Barnes A:
Ilurr. lsi. pp. 4s0.
From a hasty examination of this book,
we are satisfied that it is a valuable work,
well adapted to the purpose for which it is
intended. It is elegantly printed and sub
For sale by J. B. McFjSUP.en, Methodist
The Lexington Dispatch. The first num
ber of the Lexington (Tenn.) Tipalch was
issued ou the ICth inst. It is a handsome
sheet, containing t-even columns to the page,
and is published at $2.00 a year. Tbe edi
tors are Messrs. A. 0. Hexry and Jonx M.
Taylor, who possess the ability to make the
IHxjatch au excellent paper, which they will
not Jail to do. They Lave run up the Union
flag, bearing the names of Joux Eei.l and
EmvAKD Everett, at their mast-head, and
have gon-j into the fight right gallantly.
Long may they and tiu ir paper flourish.
2S5""We publish this morning some very
pntty lines to "Annie," by our esteemed
correspondent 4J." Annie is a Bweet name,
and is well calculated to inspire our young
friend with sweet thoughts and fancies. We
are always ;lad to receive his contributions.
Hell and ICverctt It alky Vliursday
Gen. G. W. Gokoox and Col. A. M. Looney.
of Maury, will speak at Mrs. Cockkill's cor
uer, College street, next Thursday night, 23d
inst. All the Dell aud Everett clubs of the
city are invited to be present.
Female Scuooi. jx Eouefield. The atten
tion of the citizens of Edgefield is invited lo
the advertisement of Mrs. Irwin's School in
another column. The school opens iu the
basement of the Presbyterian church on the
3Jof Scptcinlicr. Mrs. Irwin is au accom
Ilished teacher, and her school will be emi
nently worthy of a liberal pationage.
j-2f Our fctreeU wore quite a military air
during the afternoon yes ay. The J2JI
Grays and the Dtll lliyhlamltrs were out ou
parade, marching through the priucipal
streets of the city, aud attracting no little
attention. The former were accompanied by
two bauds of music, one of which was Horn's
Fjre. Aloat 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing a fire broke out in a stable, situated be
tween Cherry and Summer street", South
Nashville; but the 11 tmes were extinguished
belore the building was destroyed.
ln three niiaules after tbe bells commeuced
ringing the alarm, the EJipst wac under way,
and reached the fire iu time to render the J.
31. IfomUton material aid ia subduing the
JTiJ-Had the rain of Sunday night fallen
throughout Middle Tennessee five or six weeks
ago, It would have been of incalculable ad
vantage to the farmers and planters of the
country. But it came too late to accomplish
much good to the crops ot corn, which are
injured beyond redemption by the dtougtb.
There arc other crops of less importance, how
ever, that it no doubt benefitted much.
Remember that Wolkstexberger's
Panoramas have been iemoved from Odd-Fellows'
Hall to the Theatre, where they are now
on exhibition every night, if you with to
spend au evening pleasautly and profitably,
go and see them. Take your children with
you, as they will be both entertained and in
structed l' the exhibition.
; For the IVily Patriot. -To
Alone, dear girl, this tranquil Sabbath eve,
I sit wiLhia my tsilent room and weave
Sweet dreams of thre;
I sit and mrae upon thy blessed smile,
Which through tbe many uilerveuing miles
Are bright to tu1.
Alouc aiiJ yet I am not all alone;
Thy presence like a holy cbairu is thrown .
About me new;
And through my wak ng drciins there Sits
The embodied ppell r.f loveliness that sits
- Upon thy brow.
No, not alone; for hippy thoughts of tbee
Earth's parent, brightest object unto me
Are with me here ;
I am not lonely when sweet fancy wings
Her flight to thee, my idol one, aud brings
Thy presence near.
When love like mine sets fancy's pinions free,
Tis sweet to dream as dream I now of thee,
And ever dream;
For when afar, upon this heart of mine
Thy soft eyes beam as night's bright planctsshine
Upon the stream.
It seems au age since I behela thee last,
An age that goes with leaden piniuns past;
For when from thee
I waud-.T far, t.iue seems to fold its wings,
And all the bright, g ty moments that it brings
Are dull to me.
But time yet moves apace, and well I know
That we ere long thall meet asin ; and oh ,
The moment when
Kind fate shall bring me once more unto thee
Will Hood n.y soul with bliss, for I shall be
Thrice happy then.
XasHvn.LK, Aug. 19, ISOO. J-
Tiii NDER Storm. Such another storm of
thunder, lightning and rain as that of Sun
day night last hasn't occurred in this section
within the memory of next to the oldest in
habitant. It commenced about 0 o'clock, and
the thunder roared, the lightning flashed and
the rain poured down all night long.
The Grove r & Baker Special
R. II. JJrockwat, representative of the
Gi over & Raker Sewing Machine Company,
oilers a special premium of One Hundred Dol
lars Cash, for the best specimen of family
sewing exhibited at tbe next State Fair, to
beheld at Nashville, Septemter 10th, 1SC0.
The 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-deo&vv till Sep. 10.
No. 4(, North side Public Square, over A.
II. Hick's China Store.
To the Editors ok the PATRiof :
Seeing so many certificates in your paper
of cures made by tbe Indian Doctor, I deem
it my duty to make known to the public the
lienelit my wile has received from the use of
his medicine. She has been afllicted with
Dropsy for about four years; her body tmd
limbs badly swollen. We tried all remedies
we could get hold of. She was treated by
live of tbe most eminent physicians in tbe
country, but nothing seemed to relieve her
until she began to take tbe Indian Doctor's
remedies which relieved her immediately.
I think his remedies for Dropsy are the
best in the world, and should advise all thus
afllicted to apply to him. O. Ellis.
Xasaille, Juue 19, 1800.
Nashville, June lltb, 1SC0.
To the Editors of the Patriot:
I wish to make a statement through your
columns of what the Indian Doctor's Pills
and Blood Purifier have done lir me. I have
taken about a quart of blue mass and all oth
er medicines I could get hold of; none seemed
lo give me relief. I was troubled with Dys
pepsia uutil I applied lo the Indian Doctor,
who gave me his Pills and Blood Purifier
which relieved me immediately. I am now
in better health than I have been tor many
years, and I can recommend the Indian Doc
tor's remedies to be all he represents them to
be. aud should advise all amicted to try his
medicine. Capt. David Hughes.
In order to reduce our stock as much
as possible before receiving our fall purcha
ses, we are now offering our large stock of
boots, shoes, trunks, valices &c. at Ost fur
Cash. SNYDER &. FRIZZELL.
IJiSUE'S MAGAZINE, for August;
Harper's Magazine, for August;
Just received by JOHN YORK & CO.,
juIyZMf Xe. 38 Cuion street.
A. C. & A. B. Beech, 57, College Street,
are opening a most elegant stock of New
Goods, suitable to the present season and
early Fall ; consisting of some new style
Dress Goods, Poplins, Plain, Plaid and Em
broidered ; French and English Chintz, Black
Silk Mantles and Bonnet Ribbons, besides
many other Good, desirable for the present
The Quickest itre of a Sprain ox Re
cord. A lew days ago Mr. Hughes, who has
charge of the Steam Power Presses of this
office had the misfortune to sprain his foot,
dislocating several bones, and severely frac
turing the ligaments. We fully expected to
have to dispense with his services for several
weeks. The Indian Doctor was called in
aud immediately set the bones, made an ap
plication of his oiutment, bound up the foot,
and took him home in his buggy. What was
our surprise to see him return in less than
three days, able to attend to his duties, which
require that h? shall stand and walk all tbe
time. Although, the loot remained black as
a coal for several days, all pain and swelling
was removed iu less than forty-eight hours.
We fully believe that there is not on record
an instance of so remarkable and quick a
HABITS OF (,C0D SOCIETY.
A Hand Book fcr L es and Gentlemen
This is not, as might be inferred, a collection ol set
forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, and conven
tionalisms. Written by a person well conversant
with the wortd, and, wilhal,adeep thinker, a sage
reasoner, aud a correct moralist. It will become a
standard work on Habit and Manners, and will find
ts way into every library. For sale by
JOHN YORK & CO.,
myll No. 38 Union streat.
One of the most Popular an J Benevo lent
On Deaderlclt street,
NASH VI LLi:, TENNESSEE.
rpHE Doctor himself is an eld 'Practitioner, T'om
X the old and thi country, being already 15 years
in America, having manfully and bocorably sar
in ouuted all the Irijls ot the new world, and bat
tied and couquored death of the whole range ol dis
eases or our di fierce t climates, Soutb and North, so
t lat the lime of his success In tbe trca'jnent of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, for which
he has the most reliable references.
Special attention paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in gener
al, by heuig entrusted with desperate cases, for to
illustrate his skill. He is conversant withtbe Ameri
can, Freutih aud German languages, and always
ready t tender his advice and tervrs with polite
ness, conscientiousness and discretion.
persons at a distance may hare his aW vice and
medicines by consulting him through letters, inclos
ing a lee, t Post olllce. Box No. 336.
H is Family Residence is on North Market street.
. For September.
Godey's Lady's Book, for September
Godcy's Lady's Book, for September.
Godcy's Lady '8 Book, fhc September.
Peterson's Lady's Masazine, for September.
Fetarsons lady's Magazine, for September.
Peterson's Lady's Magazine, for September,
trviug's Magazine, for August 25th.
Irviug'a Magazine, for August 2&tb..
For sale by T. HASAN',
usi5-tf College Street.
t ' Tlestrs. IXarncs and Payton. '
j The following li.-t of appointments has
been agreed upon by tbe Hon. Bailey Peyton
and Hon. Landox C. IIatxeh, candidates for
Elector for the State at large, at which times
and places they will be pleased to meet and
address tbe people. It will be seen that a
nnmlter of counties have been ommitled. This
was unavoidable, owing to the want of time
Nashville, August 15th, lSdD.
Winchester, Franklin connty....". .Thursday, Aug. 30
Fayetteville. Lincoln county Friday, .. 31
Puiaski, Giles county Saturday, Sept. 1
LawTenceburg, Lawrence county Monday, .. ft
Waynesboro', Wayne county ..Tuesday, :.. 4
Savannah, Harden county. .Wed day, .. 6
Pnrdy, McNariy county, Thursday,.. . 6
Bolivar, Hardeman county Friday. .. 7
Jackson, Madison county Saturday,-.. 8
Somerviile, Fayette county Monday, .. 10
Memphis, Shelby county Tuesday,. . 11
Covineton, Tipton oounty; Thursday, .. 13
Brownsville, Haywood county Friday, .. 14
Ripley, Lauderdale county Saturday, .. Id
lnersburg, Pyvr county Monday, .. 17
Trenton, Gibson county Tuesday, .. 18
Union City, Obien county... Wedn'sday .. 19
Huntingdon, Carroll county :.. Friday, .. 21
Paris, Henry county ....Saturday,- .. 22
Dover, Stewart county Monday, .. 24
Clarksville, Montgomery county.. Tuesday, -. . 25
SpringQeld, Robertson county Wednesday.. 26
Gallatin, Sumner county Thursday .. 27
Nashville, Iiavidson county Friday, .. 2S
Franklin, Williamson county Saturday, .. 29
Columbia, Maury county Monday, tvt. 1
Murfreeslro. Rutherford county. .Tuesday, . . 2
Shelby ville, Bedford county Wedn'sday. . " 3
Lebanon , Wilson county Friday, .. '6
Carthage, Smith county Saturttay, .. 6
Gaiuesboro'. Jackson county Monday, .. 8
Livingston. Overton county ..... ..Tuesday, .. 9
Sparta. White connty Wetln'day. . 10
Kingston, Roane county Friday, .. 12
Clinton, Anderson couuty Saturday,.. 13
Jacksboro'. Campbell county Monday, .. 15
Tazewell. Claiborne couuty Wedn'day,.. 17
Bean's Station, Grainger county Thursday .. 18
Rogersville, Hawkins county, Friday, .. 19
Kingstrt, Sullivan county .. Saturday, .. 20
BltHintville, do do Monday. .. 22
Joneshoro", Washington county Tuesday, .. 23
Greenville. Greene county Wedn'day,. . 24
Newport, Cooke county Thursday, .. 25
Pandridge, Jell'erson county, Friday, .. 2rj
Knoxville, Knox county Saturday, . . 27
Maysville, Blount county Monday .-
Madisonville, Monroe county Tuesday, .. :W
Athens, McMinu county Wedn'day... 31
Cleveland, Bradley couuty Thursday , Nov.
Chattanooga, Hamilton county Friday,
Nashville, Aug. 18th, 18C0.
Editors ok the Patriot: Gent. Be kind
enough to announce in your paper that the
Hon. Wm. II. Polk, one of the Democratic
Electors for tbe State at large, pledged to
the support of Douglas and Johnson for
President and Vice President, will fi'l the
appointments made by Landon C. Hatxes
and Bailie Peyton.
W. R. HURLEY, Chairman
of the Democratic Central Committee.
WHEELER & WILSON
S T I Si I j AHEAD
Challenge aU Competition.
It is the Only Machine
F ITS KIND
V K IV 1 X V Va x T XI !
"OXE can compare with it in construct km as to du
JJN rability. Consumes nothing for repairs. Iu beau
ty of design and lini.-h it stands unrivalled. In point
of elegance and practicability of work done it cannot
tic itiijiiiMriifu. Here iieiiic mi leus It m uu tuo lower
thread the opjuite being the case with every other
Machine the work will not be drawn. In fact, it is
altogether superllous to multiply words at this late day
as to the merits of the Wheeler & Wilson Machine. Its
Hpularity is world-wide and co extensive with its use.
None know or understand it but to praise iu unmeas
ured terms. Tens of thousands are using them through
the entire range of purpose and material for Family
Sewing with complete satisfaction. i
Call and see the new Marking Guage and Instrument
for Stitching in Cord.
Xcw Style Machine Fifty Eollars!
C. It. PAUSOAS, Agent,
UNION" STREET, NASHYIIJ.E.
IIISTOHY OF A LAW-SUIT
In the Circuit Court or
OS THE BASIS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
No. 33 Union street.
TY virtue of vend. ex. No. 2025, to me directed, and
A-delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court ot Da
vidson County, Tennessee, at its May term, 1860, 1
will expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the Court House Yard, in the city of Nash
ville, on Monday, the 3d day of September 1SC0, all
the right, title, claim, interest, and estate, which P.
H. Coleman then had, or mav have since acquired, in
and to the following described property, viz: It No.
2 in the plan of Shivers' lot fronting 36 1 i feet on Line
Street, and running back 124 feet to an alley, and
bounded on the West by nm. infers lot, and on the
East by the Dorris lot in tlie 13th District of Davidson
county, a little West of Capitol Hill, being levied oit
as the property of P. B. Coleman to satisfy a .judg
ment rendered in favor of C. W. Nance against P. B.
Coleman. JOHN K. EDMUNDSON. sheriff.
By W. D. Robi.nsos, Deputy Sheriff.
Augl4-till Sept 3
LTthis New Saloon on Market street, near Union
LP JJ C II
will be regularly set every morning at 1 , o'clock
and every evening at 9 o'clock jan2U-tf
NASH & MARK,
No. 25 College Street.
Agents for Old and lleliable
WITH AN AGGREGATE CASH CAPITAL OF
$5,0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
6 0, 0 0 0
STATE BONDS WITH COMPTROLLER.
SMEDLEY, EGAN & CO.,
Lower Wharf Boat,
A Share of Public Patronage respectfully so
HOW LOST, HOW EXSTOSZD.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope,
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CUKE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, or Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debility, Nervousness and Involun
tary Emissions producing Impotency, Consumption and
Mental and Physical Debility.
Br ROa J. CULVER WELL, M. P.,
The important fact that the awful consequences of
self -abuse may be effectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustics, in
struments, medicated bougies, and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auther fully explained, by means of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
tbe least possible cust, thereby avoiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands aud thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, rosr-raiD, on the re
ceipt of two postage stamps, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J. C. KUNE, AS4 First Avenue. New York, Poet Box
Dowa With Your Dust. -
r' yoa wish to sweep fine Carpets without Injuring
them or raising a dost, ara THE PATENT CAR
PET SWEEPER. .
Julyl3-tf t MACKENZIE k jaXCHIN.; .
Locisville, Aug. 20. Iu Saturday's ri
Tort it Fliouhiibe the . "GariUtldiaiis," and
not tbe "IVeapulitrus," hud invested Fort
Sevlett. . ' . , , .
; ', j . Collision. 1 v' - .
New Orleans Au. 20. A collision oc
curred on the CarrolHou Railroad last night,
killing two and wounding several persons, v
From LoBiville.' '
LrfULSviLLE, Aug. 20. The Courier iav
that Mr. lirtckiiuridgu emphatically contra
dicts the absurd rumor that he det-ired to
withdraw from tbe candidacy for President,
lie has no thought i f withdrawing, . ,. I
Tbe contract for buildiu the branch canal
ha been awarded to Theodore Barton Jb C j
of New York. The enlargement contract is
not vet let. '
,:. roiiticai. - yr?K; r
Charlottesville, Aug. IS. The Breckin
ridge Convention "adopted a resolution in
structing the electord if Bnckiuridge can't
be elected, to vote for any man to prevent
the election of Lincoln.
Staunton, Aug. 18. The Douglas Conven
tion discharged the Conference Committee,
aud will probably nomiuale entire Douglas
elector., but adopted a resolution to cast the
vote of Virgiuia for anybody who can deleat
Cincinnati, Aug. l'J. Caldwell who killid
B:owu and was acquitted before the Magis
trate., has been re-arresled aud held to bail.
Arrival of I lie IMorlU American.
New York, Aug. 20. The steamer North
American has arrived at Farther Point, with
Liverpool dates of the 10th.
Cotton Sales of the week 8,200 bales; in
ferior qualities advanced aud middling
qualities J; sales Friday 10,000 bales; closing
firm; Orleans middling (id. Breadstulls quiet
but tirm. Provisions very dull. Consols 93
News meagre and unimportant.
Arrival of tlie Steamer Ltna.
New Yokk, Aug. 19. The steamer Etna
has arrived. Her news is mostly anticipated.
Russia sends tour ships of the line and two
frigates to Syria.
Napoleon coui'ern d the Grand Cros Le
gion of llonor on Abdelkader, for his ser
vices at Damascus.
The Governors-General of Damascus, and
Beyrcut have been suspended and arrested.
Sardinia has negotiated a loan of 150,000,-
000 livres at 80 francs.
The sloop-of-war John Adams was at Foo
Choo, and the Hartford and Saguenaw at
The British Government has decided that
the whole of the iron plated steam floating
batteries be put in thorough repair for imme
England declines to actively join the Sy
It is rumored that the Neapolitan Envoys
upon ascertaining the impossibility ol con
cluding an alliance Jaelweeu Sardinia and
Naples would forthwith leave Turin.
It is rumored that the Parisian regiments
will be increased from 102 to 110.
Liverpool, 8th. Cotton firm, sales to-day
upwards of 10,000 bales.
Porto Rico and Pcruambuco advices say
that the yellow fever is raging among the
natives aud foreigners.
New York, Aog. 20. The steamer Arabia
arrived at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Latest. Liverpool, Saturday Afternoon,
Aug. 11. Cotton sales to-day 10,000 bales,
of which speculators and exporters took 3.000
1 ales closing steady and Arm. Breadstufls
f-teady and tirm. Provisions dull, sales un
important. London- Consols 93ua93i.
Iiavre. Cotton sales of the week 9,000
bales. Holders are pressing on the market.
New Orleans Trcs Ordinaire 92f; Bas 80f;
Stock at Havre 227,000 bales.
Bullion decreased in the Bank of England
during the week 207,000. Money general
ly uuc' ; . ; ; -.d in good demand.
LoNW.t. The decline iu funds is owing to
the announcement of a three million loan for
The weather has been unfavorable for
The steamer City of Baltimore arrived at
Liverpool on the 8th. ,
The ship Petropolis, which at Havre, re
ports seeing on the 12th of June, iu 12 S. 3o
W., the American ship Robert Kelly, but it is
presumed that it is a mistake, as the Kelly
was given over for lost mouths ago.
Reports are current that the English Gov
ernment proposed to send Lord Stratford de
Radcliffe Envoy to Constantinople, to advise
China advices, via Ruseia, say that the in
surgents arc within fourteen miles of Pekin.
The British fleet leaves Hong Kong forth
with, having been detained by adverse windsa
New Orleans, Aug. 20. The steamer Ca
hawba with Havana dates of the 17th has ar
rived. Sugar was dull 81 reals. Stock 2f)0,000
boxes. Sterling exchange 13. New York
The steamer Austin with Brazos dates of
the ICth bas arrived.
Brownsville was quiet.
The revolution in northern Mexico was
Aramberry defeated Vidauri. General
Zuazua was killed.
New York, Aug. 20. Speaker Pennington
has addressed his constituents, declining a re
election to Congress.
New Orleans, Aug. 20. The schooner
Araminta, from Ruatan the 9th, has arrived.
She brings the crew of the schooner Clifton,
recently captured lroni Gen. Walker by the
Walker landed at Truxillo on the 5th, and
took the town; only one guu was fired by the
troops. Two of Walker's men were wounded.
There was great excitement.
New Orleans, Ang. 20 Several buildings
on Travis and Congress streets, Houston .Tex
as, burned on tbe 18th; los $38,000; insured
The steamer Austin brought $3S,00Q treas
use. Missouri Elections.
St. Louis, Aug. 20 Eighty-eight counties
official give C. F. Jackson 64,732, Orr, 59,
382; 11. Jackson about 9,000; Gardeuhire
about 6,000. Twenty-one counties unheard
From Santa Fe.
St.Locis, Aug. 20. Santa Fe advices say
that tbe Navajo Indians attacked a settle
ment 11 miles below there, and killed two
men and drove off their stock. The citizens
went out, and, after an engagement, recov
ered the stock, killing thirteen Iudians and
losing five of their own party.
St. Joseph, Aug. 20 The Pony Express,
with San Francisco dates of the Sth has ar
rived. Trade was generally quiet. Lard firm;
Mess Pork $15alo 25; Raw sugar was much
depressed. News unimportant.
Louisville, Aug. 20. The river is rising,
with 5 feet water iu the canal.
rpHE firm of MANSFIELD, GLLLOCK &; CO. is this
J day dissolved by mutual consent, II. P. Gillock
having disiioscd of his entire intercut in the firm, to T.
I.. Maxsfikld and C. P. Lyons, who alone are authorized
to use the name of tbe tirm in liquidation. The busi
ness will hereafter be conducted under the firm and
style of MANsfFIFJJ, LYONS & CO., at their old
stand 33 and 35 Broadway.
Sigue1, T. L. MANSFIFJ.D,
- H. P. liUJvOUC,
Nashville, July 7th, 1860. i '
IN retiring from the above Arm I return my sincere
thanks to the public for the patronage bestowed up
on us, and solicit a continuance of tbe same to mv suc
ccessrs. ? r. j .. : IL P. GILLOCK.
jalj'9-lm . " " "
SNYDER & PEIZELL
Have on hand a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks; ,
do.. So ' t Leather do; -
do. '(binet ' do; (a new article,) '
Gent's Fine Sole Leather Trunks; '
di. do. do. do. Valises, (Ashiand and otht
er styles;) which they are offering at very re
duced rates. Call at No. 21 Pub he Square.
jun.7-tf . - ...... . ;
Ladies' French Dress and Pacl.
J O 11 X ' YLA. SI A G W i
i: : 42 College Street, ! t
v ." DEALER EN - ; . f ',
Ladies' and Gents' Finc Trunksi
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Large Dress Trunks, of the latest styles. Best
English Sole Leather Steel Bprtng Trunks; Ladies' Bon.
net Boxes, single and Double Top; Valises, Bags, &c,
for sale at very low prices. . .. . -
June2-f - . - - JOHN RAMAOE. .
Daily Patriot Office. )
I - i UNathviile, August 20, ISOO. J i
FLOUR. The. market b 'well supplied.
We quote, wbolesale - - , , r : -Superfine
iu bbls.. ........ .$6 (gC 25.
Extra - . . ; .'. .'. . .. ; C 75 7 00.
Extra " sacks...... 3 50.
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally from abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being offered. We quote red at $1 25
I30 per bushel ; white $1 35gl 40 per
CORN. White 90 per bushel; mixed S5c.
. . OATS. 65c per bushel. . . .
BACON None offering. It would com
mand the following price?, if offered. Shoul
ders 10 n ; clear iides 14 ; hams 14
LARD None oil ;ring. Would bring 13c.
MEAL Is eelling at 75S0c. f bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSENG 2530c. lb.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
8J9 fl.; prime to choice 9J10c; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York CofTee Sugars 10J112e. $ lb.,
crushed and powdered lli12e.; Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
4Sc; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and kege
(tea gals.) 85c
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c; Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Youug Hyson 406O ; Black 60
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60$1 75 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS.- The following are tho
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns : - 700
aud 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 cwL
n.Y $26 per ton.
BEESWAX 2Ca27c per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
Baltimore, Aug. 17 P. M.
COFFEE. The f tock of Coffee has been largely in
creased during the past week, by the arrivals from
Kio of the barks "Ulue Wing'' with 6,1 OO bags; also,
the 'lndu3" with 3,&oO bags, and the ''Sophia"' wiih
4,5'0 bags, which, with the former stock, aggregate
about 21 ,(j0U bag.-i. These additional receipts have a
tendency to depress the market, and in ordef to ef
fect Pii"e a decline of Ac f (b would have to be
submitted to, and perhaps 2c ou the following quo
tations: 14',l4?ic for medium; IdISVc t'orfiir,
and lS.'j'l-i'j'c for good to prime Kio; Java is held
at 17l!o. V fb.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
ClKCLNNATI, Aug. IS P. M.
There has been no material change in the Wheat
market since yesterday ; tiie strictly prime qualities or
Red and White, which are scarce, are iu good de
mand, for which lull prices are realized with but lit
tle difficulty; but tbe lower grades are dull, there be
ing a good many more sellers than buytrs. For a
strictly prime lot of white $1 11 was offered by sev
eral buvers, but it was held very firmly at SI lo.b it
no one was willing to tike hold at that price. A lot
of .00 bushels fair white hiving a good deal of cheat
and some grown wneatin it, was sold at $1 C(. de
livered, but (for the quality,) we considered ita good
Rile from the fact that that kind is dull. We quote
fair to prime red at tt593C., and f Or to prime while
at $1 U5(JJW2, with sales or strictly choice at $1 55,
but this latter quality is exceedingly scarce, the de
mand being considerably in excess of the supply, l-o-cal
buyers and millers are contending strongly for a
decline ia the market, reasoning, and very justly,
that at the preEeut price of Flour they can not make
a living profit, and affird lo pav tae rates at which
Wheat is at present held. At W)(S9ic lor red, and l
105 for w hite, a very active butincss could be done.
Tue sales foot up 3,510 bu.-hels. Receipt" dunug the
week 40,084 bushels, and shipments 5,7j0 bushels.
There is no change iu Barley. The inquiry lor rye
continues good, and owing t the light receipts, the
market is very Arm at tO'Oc, the latter price for
that suitable for seed. O.tur.an not be had that are
prime at less than oOc. in bulk, at which price the de
mand is good. The receipts for the week are 13,5J3
husbais and shipments 3,093 bushels. For ear Corn
the demand is very light, and the market dull at 3SfS
39c iu hulk. The demand for shelled corn continues
good with more liberal offerings, but the market
closed firm at o2s for mixed, aud 65j for white m
sacks, sacks included.
The Hour market continues iu the same position it
has during the last three or four days; buyers lake
bold sparingly, contending for a decline, but holders
arc firm at present quotations. There is some inqui
ry for future delivery, and we understand about S00
bhls. sold to-day, to be delivered about the middle of
September, at $4 60 for superfine, but we are of the
impression that there are more buyers than sellers at
that price for good brands. We quote fair to choice
brands superfine at 4 504 60, extra at 94 65(a4
75, aud fa-nily to extra family, including fancy
brands, at Kff 5 75. Receipts lor the week are 10,
13tJ, shipments 12,9'JO bbls.
markets by Telegrapli.
New Orleans, Aug. 20. Cotton steady.
Sales to-day 500 bales, including 100 bales
new crop; Middling lO.JalOJ; Flour quiet at
5 35a5 50; Mess Pork quiet but firm; Whis
ky Rectified IS; other articles unchanged.
Cincinnati, Aug. 20. Flonr very dull at
4 50a4 60. Whisky sales 800 bbls 17'.
Mess pork firm held at 19 75a20 00.
New Yokk, Aug. 20 Cotton is a shade
firmer; sales of 1800 bales; middling upland
11c. Flour dull; sales of 11000 bbls 5 05a
5 15. Whisky sales 500 bbls 21ia21J. Corn
active but lower; sales 16,000 bushels COaCl.
Mess pork dull 19 37 Lard buoyant; sales
700 bbls 12al2J. Colfee quiet St. Domingo
13al3. Sugar steady. Cuba 6a7J.
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
f E have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
V V and II a If Galiou of these famous Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and best ariicle yet invented
fcr the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Rasptikrrjes I
Tempest's Jars preserve Black he rries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pik Plant 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches I
Tempest's Jars preserve Pltms I
Tempest's Jars preserve Quiscxs 1
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes 1
We have a full supply of Arthur's Class, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizes.
AbSO. Ludlow's Class and Tin Jars, all sizes
which we are offering at cost price, as we feel assured
Fresli Corn Meal.
NEW supply j ist received per Railroad, and
for sale by BEN J. F. SHLELD3 & CO.
July 23, 1860-tf.
Jiisl Received lyM. A. Parrish & Co.
BAG.-? Crashed Corn;
100 bags Family Meal;
360 bags White Meal Cora.
JOHNS & CKOSLCY'S
Improved Gotta Percha CemeDt Roofinj.
IS TBS CHEAPEST AID MOST DURABLE ROOmQ IX VSK. IT
is fire and wateb rHoor. It can be applied to VKW
and old- Koofs of all eixih aud to old biungle roofs
without removing the shingles.
THE C05T 13 ONLY ABOUT ONE-THIRD THAT OF
' t. T1X, AND 13 TWICE A3 DUttABLE.
GcTTA Percha Cement for preserving and repairing
T and Metal Koofs of every descriHion.
From iu great elasticity, is not itjured by the con
traction and expansion of metals, and will net crack
ia cold nor run in warm weather. These materials
have been thoroughly tested iu New York and all
parts of the Southern and Western States, and we
can give abundant proof of all we claim in their
favor. - : a. v - ' "- -' ---
They are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifling expense. . )
"NO HEAT 13 REQUIRED." '
These materials are put np ready for ose. and for
shipping to all parts of the country, with lull printed
directions for application.
Full descriptive circulars wilt be forwarded on ap
plication by mail or in person, at onr principal otil
tca. 610 BKOAPWAY, (opposite St. Nicholas Hotel,)
N.Y., SJ.V' Vl.tua f opposite i-uy uan ) bhikme.
t-- - litllt'J t rfintil IV
1.2... Vl.U.' .
For Kent or Lease.
I WILL rent or lease my place near tbe U iirfrees
boTO Pile, two miles from the city for the present
year, or with ta. privilege of are years. There is
a convenient Brick Dwelling with Kitchen aad good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acres of superior land suitable for
raising all kind of marketing.
feb23-tf , - . L0CI3 LEWIS.
Life Pills ai:d i'lioealx tlMers.
' pilrE MEDICINES have now been bef-re the puh
X lie. f"r a period of IllIKrv" YEAIW. aad during
that time have maintained a Iu'lIi character in almost
every iart of the Gl'tbe. lor tin ir extraordinary find
iniiiis.tliate pawer of restoring Ierftc. health to persons
Fullering under nearly v ery kind ol diseajeto. whicu
til? human Irame is liable.
The following are among the distress ing variety ot
human dUeuSes in whieh the
Vegetable L.ife IVltdiciiies
Are known to be infallible.
DYSPaFSIA, by tiioroughlj i k-nhaig the first ana
Second tfltitnacus, and crejtj:; a Sow of pure-'Iiearttr
hi: . instead of the stale ana acrid kind; FLATTJ-
LE.lCY, LO1 OF At-PKITTK. USAkTiriKX, llKAltatliK,
l.vrij.xv.1;. Ill TKKPtR, .ixxisrr. l.vt:i oR aud Mkl-
a.M n.Hi-V, which are t.'i Leiieml sviuT't.-uis of Dyspep-
sia. wi'l vimish. a a uatural couseqM uce of lis cure.
C-SIiVfiStSS, by cli-ausiug the who fiigtn oi
the iates tines v :tu a solvent proc-s. ami without vij.
lent-.': all violent purges irave the bowels costive w itli'
- FEVEiiS of all kinds, bv rcstorius: tho Mood to a
regiiior oircul.ttian. through the proct.-sof respiration
in saca cases, and the thu.'tf.:g!i soliiticiiof ail iiilcslinal
obstruction in others. - -
Trie Life SlKMaks have been kxiown to cure TiiTETJ
HATISM permanently in three weeks, au 1 GOUT i
hail lital lime, by removing local i.itiammalitu trout
thi muscles and liniments nt the j..vi)Ui.
DROPSIES of ail kinds, by fieeiug and Ftr nctheu
iug the knuic-ys and bWihlor-. they iijierate mr-t d
lightfuliy on ihesu-imjittrlaut organs, and In nee have
ever been found a eerfcaa reni-Jv for the wortca"sut
Aleo, WOHKS, by dL-lo l-ing from the t'.iruin.LS ol
the bowels Ihe si. my matter to which these crciiurcS
adhere. " v
SCURVY, TJXCEBS & ISVETE RATE S3SES.
y the ert.it parity wbitli these UlE iiia'.ClLi
ve to the blood, ami all the humors.
SC3REUTIC ERUPTIONS and BAD coMUXX
ION.?, by lueir aiteraliveeil.-el Uion the fluids that teed
the skin, aud the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliow, cloudy, aud oilier disa
The use of th'-se Pills for a very short time willeffect
an entire cure of SALT KHiUM. "d a strikine im
provement in the clearness ot Hie skin. C03IM0S
COLDS and INFLUESZA w iU always be cured f
one uose. or by two in liie worst c;iscs.
FILES. The origi:i:!l projirielor of these Medk'inns
was cured of Piles of So years sbuidiug by lhi u-e of
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge of tlie
Wt-sicru country. lh-.-e Medicines will be found a sale,
speedy and certain reinetly. Kiheriiu-dK-inesleuvetlie
system subj.t t to a return of the disease a cure by
tliese Medicines is j-rnianeiil TUY T1U1M, BE SAT1S
FIKI) AND BE Cl'KED.
BILIOUS FEVERS & LIVER COMPLAINTS.
1 K.N LKaL LlKKlUTlf, lrftss ctK .AlTklirK. aiol i l-::asls; of
1-Va.iijfj the Medicines have leen usttl with the nutst
Ix'licti. i.il results in cases of this description: Kixti's
Evil ami rVKoKrt.a. iu its worst forms, yields lo tho
mild yet Kwcrlul.ictioiic!'lhi-so remarkable Medicines.
Nh;iit Sweats. Nki.vois Dkuhjtt, Nia:vors Ct!i'L.Mvrs
of all kinds. Palpitation or- the HtAKT, 1'aixteks Coub
are speeililv cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES. 1'crsons whos. con-stiuilioii.-
have become uiiitairt i by the nijiitiiciteis use
of Mercury, w ill lind these Medicines a perfect cure, as
they never fail to eradicate from the sv.-t'-m. ail the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the imt iow
crful preKirations of Airsaparilla.
l'rel'ared and sol 1 bv
W. IS. MOFFAT,
. Glij I!i:ti.uWAV. New York.
FOR SALE BY AIJ. DUl'.;i.Li.
Modeler of Fashions,
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AND LADIES' FIRS
IVo. 23 Iublic Square,
The r,liiiese Wal.
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' ...... '- . . ' '
ANEW style, ilirecl ini,orlatioii from Canton, pot
up expri-s.-iv lor the hot weather. ::i the K.i-liii.u
able Hat K.io.i inoi t KltANCISt trs.'TJ;
Jill) 12-lf Nil. "J:l Public Spiare.
Children's Fancy (iootls.
CONslSTINOof atl the latest style? for Hoys, fhil
tlrt-n. Inlaiits ami little Mioses, to winch the at!cll
lion ol the ladies i.s al ticularlv r-iiettn I.
A. .1. 1 KA.M'ISt'ii.
Hatter and Furrier. No. 23 Public ttpiarc. .N.tu il!.-.
Tlte Japanese Hat.
VN'F.W style tf Sofi Hat. we'Khini; only one ounce,
just received this day by express, at the fashioua
ble Hat Eiiijrimu of
Jo Public Siuare.
Tlie linxli FreticU Ottar,
V etitirelv new desL'ti. at the 11 it Emiioriiiiii of
H:.t lsi s.
juIylS-tf 'St Public Siuare.
NEW style of Sift Hit. ol
XX. just received by cxire.-s.
NEW style of Sift Hit. of entirely nt w desij.ni,
A. J. I'KASPiSCO,
Jillx 12 No. 23 Public S(iiaie, Na.-hville, Tenn.
Clieap Feel for Stuck.
rplIE Feed reduced to 2..ri) per barrel by
X liLN.I. F. sUHa-HS .t CO.
July 23, ISCd-tf.
Extra Fine Coin iUeal.
AN additioual supply just received i er Gleawood
Also, titty barrel.-) ol tiie cheapest Food lor Slot k
in the market. . UENJ. F. SHIELDS A: ("O.,
juuell-tr No. i College street.
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
The GreatestJRcmedy in the Worldand the
dial ever taken.
It is Ptricil y a pci
eniilic and Vcyet
a b 1 e Compound,
procured b y the
idistillation of KooLs,
y Herbs and Dirk.
Yellow Iktck, Llood
Rot,t, Clack Root,
Cherry B;iik aud
Iautlc-lion on tors in
to its comiiosition.
Tho entire active
of each ingredient
is thorouchlv ex
tracted by my new
method of disulliii!!,,
Kpffirf tnlt inf.cioiis. exhilerauns after laKine.
Fpiiit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased Fystcui, and restoring the sick, siidc ring
anl debilitated Invalid to Health aud Strength.
WILL EFFECTUALI.Y CTJKE
Liver Cotiiplalnt, I j iiept.Ia Jatin
Chronic or Nervous Nebility,Iiisca.seRoftheKiilneys.
and all Diseases arisius from a disordered Uvcr r
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acid
ity orSickueseof the Stomach, Fullness of P.lood to
the IIcad.DuK Pain or Swimming iu the Head, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in tiie
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Choking or ufficatm-T
Feeling when Iyin-j down. Dryness or Yell iwnees ot
the Skin and Eyes, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers,
Pain in the Small of tho Rack, Chest or Side, Sudden
flushes of Heat, Depression of Spinu, Frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or any Nervous
Disease, Sores T liloUhcs, on the Skin, aud Fever
aud Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a M ilion of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six mouths, aud in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction.
Who, then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility
when M CLEAN '3 STRENGT1AENINU CORDIAL will
No lantruatre can convey an adequate idea ot too
immediate and almost miraculous change produced
by taking this Cordial in the diseased, dcbiliutud and
shattered nervous system, whether broken dow n by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness tho
relaxed and uustrung organization is restored to its
pristine health aud vigor.
or others conscious of inability , from whatever cause;
will Hud McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorcub
regenerator of the system, aud all who may have in
lured themselves by improper indulgence, will hud
ia the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
TO THE LADIES,
McLean' Mrenstheuiiig Cordial
Is a sovereign aud speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, "White,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Id voluntary I'iscbarge. thereof, Falling id
.be Womb, Giddiness, Faulting, and all Diseases inci
dent to Females
Titer e Is no mistake About It.
Buffer no longer. Take it according to directions.
It will stimulate, strengthen, and invigorate yoa and
cause the bloom of health to mount your cheek agau.
Every bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
" FOR CIIIXDREX.
If your children are sickly, puny or a Ola-ted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make tuem healthy, fat and ro
bust. Delay not a moment, try it aud you will be
convinced. ' ; -
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION". Bo war. of Druggists or Dealers who
may try to pahn upon you some Bitter, or Sarsupa
rilla trash, w hich they can bay cheap, by savin it is
just as good. Avoid such men. Auk for McLean's
Strengthening Cordial, aud take nothing else. It is
tbe only remedy that will purify the Blood thor
oughly, and at the same time sireugtben the system.
One tables poooful taken every morning fasting is
certain preventive for Cholera, Chills aud Fever
Yellow Fever, or any prevalent Disease It is put up
in large boiiiea. -
Price only SI per bottle, or 6 bottles for 15 -
- I. II. MCLEAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol
canic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine
streets, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by w. W. BERRY A DEMOYiLLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere.
An aperient aad stomachic preparation, of
XHSSH purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion ia Hydrogen, of high medical andior
iiy and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following complain ta, via. :
DI3ILITY. NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, EMA
CIATION, DYSPEPSIA. DlAHUHXA, CONSTT
PTION. .HCB0FTJLA, SALT KHETTH, SCTTSVY,
JAUNDICE. LIVE3. COMPLAINTS RHEUMA
TISM. KESCU2IAL CONSEQUENCES, ISTE2
lOTTEST FEVERS. NEURALGIA. CHROMIC
HEADACHES. FEMALE WEAKTESS. MIS
MEXSTRUATI0N. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, cti
Ths IRON being absorbed by th blocd, and
thus circnlatiiig through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
The experience of thousands daily proves thai
no preparation of Iron can for a moment ba
con-Tiared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicata its necessity ia al
most every eonceivabla case. Ia all cass cf
female debility Cauor albus, chlorosis, etc, its
eifects are delightfully renovating. Na remedy
has ever been discovered, ia the whole history
of m?dicine, which exert3 such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wita an unusual disposition for active sue
cheerful exercise, immediately follow iti tis..
As a grand stomachic and general rertorativ
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pat up In eav flat metal Ioxes rental"!' .J
SO pi 114. prl-e SO cents per hoi: fclx bnii-.
It-! 30 ; tie uozrn 1h s. 1 tM). For s-ale b y
irtirTrl-t prrwriaiy. AVlll be sent rite to
- Adilreu on receipt of tlie price. All let
ters, ortlt-r, etc., aKouId be aildcikal t
H. B. LOCKE & CO.,
J3 BltOADWAY, Sf
V. It -Xc a bo-re I a rc-slmll of tb
lain 1 on aril box.
T II E II O W E
Their Superior Reputation
rVail, alout nd Sliue,
Harness and Carriage Makers
THE FAM.LV MICHLXE
Light and Heavy Work,
LIGHTEST TO TIIE HEAVIEST CARSENT
Cash Premium of $50
is oll'ered to our TATllONS for the
lest Specimen or Sewing
Exhibited at the next ANNi'AI. STATE FAIR, com
mcni iiig Septetiiltc-r 10, 1S00.
co.n mu)?., Ascitis,
aiif.-4-tf &U Colh'ge strtst, Nashville, Tenn.
o r e
S g 3
n E a
e c p
- a d
rTlliE T.".inrs?ee Ccil Company having i-mnpleted
A their organization, are now prered totxocuto
nnters, and t enter into contract to any extent, and
they llatter themselves that the produce of their
mines will favorably c-.mparn with any oilier de
scription nf Coal brought to this market, and tliat the
moderate terms r.t whit-h they oiler their Cal will se
cure to them a full and fair Eliare of public patronage.
We are now soliing our superior Coal .t the follow
Bc-st Lump Coal at $3 50 per tou or 25o ier bushel
Sup. Uouud do 4 id 17c
Nut Coal, for cooking
and steam, 3 53 " 13c " .
Fine Coal for Clack-
giuitiiing 3 00 ' 11c "
-Ti-jUI3 Cash on Dc-liverv.
Sales Agent at Nashville.
Orders left at Mr. Geo. Grei ', ou Union s-tret t, tr
aiilresseito P. ti. Box. IU, will recti ve prom H at
tention. 10Yarl on Cedar Slrwi, a-'joining N. k C. it. K
juhn j tenure,
Hirei;lor aud Manager , Tracy City.
july'20-CtawIia Uariou county , Tenn.
On the Europeau Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 ceu(s per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort it,
- (Opposite City Hall.) - '
Meals, they may be ordered , in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Paxims at
tarheil to the II4el.
- N. IS.-llKWAKt or RrxNEkS and IlarxKirv who say
weareftill. It. IHEXCII,
House-Keepers, Attenlion. 5
THE aUention of the readers of the Patriot, the
1-adws more eppccially, is rtquested by Metsrs
MACKENZIE k MiNCHIN, 1 tbe rxoeil. nt Kerriger
ators and cheap Frail Jars wtlti wbicn they are now
supplving onr citizens. TempesU' Fruit Jars are ad
mirably adapted lor patting up all kinds of Fruits
and Berries. Ibov are durable, sio plo ami cheap,
and the demand for hem u so gria that alraaUy
nearly three huudred doxeu have been soI.
vV-t ' . '
miHT eomrortabie dwelling. No. 163 Sootkfnn
L lief ttretL, fornwrly the residruc of
Houston, Esq. ,
Abu No I Vorfh Summer Street, the presebl resi
dence of Jas.Corrcy, tjq- Apply t -.
J. KAKkUAN. President,
Augl-tf.-- -. Ciuott Bank of Ituo.
Coffee! Coffee!! . :
Ti, E ara ia receipt of a fh:pment ot tbe finest
f Conee ever received in Nashville, which we are
oileriDg to the trade l Kw ?re.
Aui4. WlZLL, BPER t CO, -