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MONDAY MORNING. DEC 3, I860.
,UOCK, CITY MiLLS.
1 S .v. '
SET AIL PRICES.
"Bel!"' . Flour in bags $ , in half bf3 I -
Mixed Bran, per 100O fts., one dollar.
Corn51dl, per bushel, $1 00. ,
Delivered to all parts of the city. sept
- - UOVtSESTi OTCE RAlLtulW
Departures of r-," -r "
NaSHVIUJI & CUATTA-OOr.A ?:30 ' y
TasrvBssBS t Alibaa- I 5 A. S : CI -"
Nashvills ft Pecattr- 7:t A 6:.c P. M.
Arrival of sener Trains.?,
Twb alabaa-10: ftu a. M- 4.. O r-
. Lock ills am tx,,r. -30 A. il.
Nassvills t Dkc-tck-i s i A Ml: O f. Jl.
Eucituxo A KerrccwY I O- a
SOUTH CAROLINA MONEY.
Ws will Uke South Carolina mom y at par
in payment for eubrcriptions to the Fatkiot.
Bibth-Dat of ths Daily Patriot. Sat
urday last the Gfth anniversary of the
birth-day of the Kbille 1ailt Patriot,
which began i'S prosperous care r on Satur
day. December the 1st.. 1855. The occasion
was celebrated with l,cinin tl-Wuy by
Editors and Pabl:sh-r?T in cmucti-n i'h
their contemporaries if the daily pros who
were kind euou-b to come around and lend
a helping band. Th-y have our thanks 1-r
the kiud w..rda ih-rj have poken iu be
haif of the Patki.t. U.K. Walkkr. E q ,
the accomplish. -d ed tor of ib RrpM.cn
Banner, thu enc-afc of th- day we cd
brute " aud the ay we Celebrate it :
Nkwpa-lk ExPEWENC8.-F.ve year e
je-Wday. " te 1 " day of D c mber, 18oo,
the Xt-tivill- True IVug. of wLich tt.u .writer
was then edit., (ti.e lamented Cbi-T. fc- tr.
AlcGiuitv, E q-. having I en removed by
d-alh only a litne previous) was .!-
coniinu -d. .he taen propriet y hatms od
lb- eeUMi.-hm-nt. aud ihe purchasers baviug
sub-tinted iu place ol our U tavoril lur
True Whij, the N-hiite Patnd. Th - latt.r
journal etrtdaj- cWb-a vd . fifih anuiver
,ary. and Mei J""' -. Sm:la ai.d O-uip.
tbr'e of the -..nl.emcn who ftarK-d the
proi-ct ati.i are coun-tl wi Ji it, aud
DrJ U Callend-r. wu wa- ti at ibe i.irt.i
but toi ntly ret r d. 104-tber with ih
penialaud j T.aI ll.id.er ih .- br.ck of the
tcUvA Braoe aa.l 15. il o! Ihe GazeUe. and
otber KentUn;e-t. 0r the quill, n.et uad.r th
trine ot the I'ulriU, a .d urni to U Ittt-.r
succe-- and p.opriety. Th,- occa.-.on dn.-
ediiora rurally, aud U.ict.er panic
ulariy, iu tb.ir pu..l,c cavj-r..
never d.re to be a. tuuny aa tU. y can
Tbe jok-9 p-.p-tr.ted uud.r hat rool
were aw:ul to coutem.d.ue ; m fact we may
ay. and w- say it w.ti.. ut ihe b ar of miccw
tal coatradicno... and w.lb a tul. apprcc.a.iou
f the ternbfc rp..nMbUity of o.ir p.t.o...
io- to give any ol lb. in 10 the publ C Ms
cau they ar- not puohc p ope.iy. e
are not di-1 to eiir P a r. voluuoa 1 y
throwing lb.; whol -tun into iiu.u.kI l aic
and uncontrollable fit of la..g.t. r It u.d
b- aud iu.ii-cr-ei, a..l will. r' "
fore, not b-, ,AP. ot, d ... us. " '
the Cflh anniversary ol lae Na-bvllle PutnU
was duly and cousliiuuonally couiin lU-ra-ted
and the links hic!i 't had f ormed in It..
past wvre lapped over in bind .1 10 a io,S ;.ud
prosperous luture ot u.-efulue.-s. lerbwn
Washington- DkamatC Clcb The mem
ber of this A8ocia.ioii propose giving their
third enUrtainroeu. at Haimunia 11 .11, on to
morrow evening-the p. oc- eis o which are
to be appli- d for the beuetil ot the poor.
Two highly interesting pieces will be pre--ented.
Alter tLe drau.aiie p. ifoi mance, the
audience will be invited by the meinb r- ot
tUe Club to participate with iheui iu asocial
We hope to see a very large crowd at the
Hall on that Occasion, as a e have ab-ige
number ol poor in the city, and the membe.s
of the Association mould be encouraged in
their praiseworthy ellort-.
The Theatre. We were xorry to see a
rather Mini taou.v- Salu d.iy eveuiug. more es
pecially as it was the In n, lit ol .Miss Mac-ah-tut
and Mr. Vincent, who certainly m. rit a
much loiter maik ol favor. They both ap
peared to ;re U ivdvautage ia Iht Didt
Lammtrmoor, the foinier subtaiuii.g tbe 1. d
ing lemalc cfiaraoter. Mr. KttBLK play, d
the part ol'-E-lar ol II ivensooi' v.ilh hi.s
S-A Ore broke out iu the Salofju of Ad
aus i Eve's on Deaderick Street Saturday
moruiug, but wa-s speedily extingui-hed ; not
however uuiil the et-ck ol the Saloon w.is
consid rably damaged by water from the en
gine. fTThe dwelling of Mr.CoWAKDix. ou Cap
itol 11:11, toik fire ab-;ut 11 o'clock Saturday
morning, but the n.uues were exiiuguibhed
before any serious d image was done.
3i he dwelling aud mos-t of the furniture
or Mr. Fl-etcheb Thompson, who live about
eeveu mile South of the city, were destroyed
by fire on Friday night last.
2TTue Lebanon Democrat, now io its
forty-ixih week of i s age, wants to make a
Governor of onr distinguished fellow-citiz -n,
the lion. AxDKtw Ewing, and has put his
name at the be id ot its columns iu large
black letters. That's all riht; but what's
the use ol being iu such aiurry about il?
$za Two of the literary societies of Cum
berland University at Lelanou are hhortly
to have a debate for a twenty-dollar medal.
The Democrat says:
"The public are respectfully invited to
attend tbe ladies especially. ' Da frt aw
The public have always attended tbe la
dies especially heretolore, aud will doubtless
do ou this fK-ca.si.in. "'Da fjrt aw falbte."
Good "gracious? When you wiiie Freucti, r
any other loreigu lingo, you must watcu the
types, or you'll be soiry you did u't.
Terkiblk Disaster at IIopkix-tiixk. Kr.
Ths Linatic Astlcm Destboti.d bt Firk
FUTT OPTUK InVATES UflLNED TO Dr.AlTI
Mr. Ortiixk J. Hacx. conductor on tbe Kde
field aud Kentucky Railroad, brii gs n, says
the G tzrtie i t yesterday, t'.e melancholy and
-beurt-reud:ng intjlligence that ihe Lunatic
Asylum at llopkiusville. oue of .ibe largest
and finest public build.ugs in the State of
Kentucky, was destroyed by lire ou Friday
moruiog, last, aud th a fiity of the iuinaies
perifh. d iu the fl ime. There were three
hundred paiienU" iu the Asylum, aud it re
quired almost upeihumati tff.nl to rescue
the 250 who were saved, aud a great many of
these rendured still more delirous by the up
pallitir exciiemeut ot the occasion, broke
loose troin their custod.aus aud ibe citizen.-,
and areeull at lare. Several or ihe initiate.
Veie from Ttuaewte. Full particulais ol
the truly diireasijg occurruce will be wait
ed for with a gre'atdal .'.r painlul anxiety.
tlty ltauk. Aolc
Taken at ' pr, by Mtcbs, IIcxt &. Co., in
settlemeutof accouuts, or for Uuggtes, Car
rUge, Jtc. .. dcc3-dl
IIollOtV)'a Pills.- Ia orowJeJ cities,
malaria and fogs are breiu4J urer and over again, tu
the BUtjcgest lungs are nicaiublo ot proJuciu par
blood, benea tbe sluwbaes ol niiad and body, u
wartns and Irr.labml of many persuca duricrf tin.
season of tuoyar. TUe meojeuu neulma liK
Impurities and give vior to the head, heart and
The Cadets on tbe Crista.
A few dsvss'nce a portion of the Cadets of
the Western Military Institute at the Nash
ville University, met together and adopted
resolutions in favor of resitting and not sub
mitting to the late Presidpniial Election. An
o'ber portion had a mettinj on Fridy after
noon and adopted tbe following more con
servative and yet not less spirited rirl;i
tion, which we have been requested to pub
Whereas. It would app -ar from the pro-r-".lin;T
of a meeting t.f tbe Cad-ts at
'N..-: itl- Military Co'l.-jre. on tbe24ih iust..
a n it h-d y resolution of rque-t i.i one
of .h.- c';- iicw-papets, that ihe Cadets are r f
toe opi. ' . -ih ii the Southern States o .ght
t r .-ist said election the late Presidential
inc a stibmis-ioa to it would be sacrificing
their equality in the TJni.iu, ail the respect
due a tr.-e and iii.b pendent pjoj-lv,'' and.
Wh-keas. All the Cad-.-ts of th-said Col
lege do uoi participate in tlmt opinion, there
fore, by ihoe Cadets wlio re-p'-ctfuily dis
sent, it is
ktifAvtd. That in our j ndmc:it th-j griev
ances lh Soiithern States have b-coine in
tolrrabK at.d should li liru.ly an.) f-arlessly
protest d anaiiist by lb -Southern people, but
no resisiauee to the enforcement ol ibe laws
sb-Hild be attempted by th 111 until tb- v shad
hivesoug'.t in vain tor redress wiihiti ihe
Union a..d niid--r iheF. deral C:istit..tin.
Kaolctd. That in our bumble opinion ihe
Soutiieru S ale should be perfectly united
iu sentinieut and f -.'liag upe.i Ibis question,
and that they should act together.
Uesoittd. That it at.y of ihe States are to be
dnveu out of the Union, it should be those
Northern States which have laid ruthless
bands upon our sacred Constituti n, and not
tbe law-ai.iding Slates of th South.
RtJvtd. That according to our reading of
tbe Constitution, the legi-lative acts of some
of the Northern Slates aiming to prevent tbe
execution ot tbe Fugitive Slave Law, are
act of nullification, it indeed they are not
RtMulvd. That if we ond -rstand the oath
of ffice taken by th-. Pre-ident of ibe Unit
ed Stale?, be is b-.un 1 "to see that the Fed
eral Laws and Constitution are faithfully
executed." notwithstanding those acta of
uuiliiicaiion; and it i p-rfectly clear to us
that be should be irupeacb d aud retnor. d
troui ihe Prejiid-n:ial chair it he fail lo do '
bis d jty acc .riling to bis oth of office.
Lttolotd. That if the Northern uullifiers
should persist in their treasonable course
against the S-utn. it would be hu' an net ol
j istice (if ii is practicable) lor the National
Gov r 11 men l to force the:n back into the
path of duty or to jru-h th- m out of tbe
L'uion altogether, as unworthy the protec
tion of our ever-gioti .o fltg.
Rttolced. That we equally share with our
fellow- lude.iis ail their pa'rioiism fer
verutly express-d. and all their ardent de
sir-- lo im tin-aia So'itbern rishts and redress
Northern aroogs: but still we believe that
r-istance by force of arms to the inaugura
tion f a President who has be.-n el-c:e.i ac
cording to the forms aud provision of tne
Cen-liiutloti. uould be not ouly unprece
leuted. impolitic, and unai-e. but would
have a t nd uey to pluug-i our beloved
co intryi.no a bloody r voluuon.
Jiaotvtd, That e are ie voi- d to iheUni .n
of itie Stiies our i-o.inliy our wuolk
C'Untrv and prayerlully hope that our
Many fl .g under which our fathers so nobly
lonahi tor ibe libeni s thai we et joy. and
hicii was never struck to a fr ign -ii-uiy,
uuy 11. ver be dishonored by our own couu
1 ry men.
"lies lied, That eminent statesmen have said
our L'i icu was loimed by compromises, has
l)ten maintain-d by C'.uipi oiuises, and can
only be preserved by reasonable compromi
ses. Din if the time must come when a fair
:nd hu..ralile settleme-jt cannot peaceably
Ite made: when Ihe Sou.ti in her S.ate coun
cils sb ill del -1 mine upon rediess by force 01
arms, we cot. fid ntly hope that our military
education may enable us to serve uitu honor
to oui.-elte.s ai.d to the cause of Soathet n
Ki.hts, when. Ter good aud laithful soldie.s
may be req iind.
Resolved, That we confess tbe diffidence
wilb which we have attempted to votumeer
onr early impressions upon ibis great nation
al q tesiiou of tbe day; nor should we have
d iie so but lor llie apparent necessity ot
vindicating our loyalty to tbe Constitution
R,so'vtd, That the Nashville Patriot be re
quested to publish these proceedings.
Ji?"Co:)gre-s meet to-day.
Ill ver !eivs.
Dec. 1. None.
R-d R -v.T. New Orleans.
C. E. Hillman, St. Louis.
V. K. Stevenson. Coal Mines.
The river w s la'.iing yesterday, with an
over-ab md -tut supply of water on the Shoals
for the largest cl is t steaml.Kiats.
There are several boat ab.nt due from
That noble little steamer iluiutioiikx. Sims,
Captain, Doyle, Clerk, leaves for P.xlucuh
to-day at 11 o'clock. Pass .-ng-rs for New
Orleans will be put ubo .rd-ol the Red liocer
now loading iu the lower part of this riv. r.
The steamers James Ww,ds and D. M. Run
yin have laid up ou account of the scarcity
From the Daily Evening Traveler, Boston, November
For years, aye, from tirue immemorial, have house
keepers wanted a prep ration which should possess
the power of reuniting the fragments of crockery,
glassware, furniture, &c which will ac umulate in
every household. TaU desideratum has at last been
tilled by Mr. IL C. 5palduig, of So. 30. PUll steet,
Xenr York, who has introduced to the public his Pre
pared Glue, which is destined to become as much of a
requisite in every family as the lucifer match or me
tallic pin. This glue is engrossed in a chemical solu
tion, tho manuftcture of which is of cousse a secret
with the proprietor. Its adhesive qualities are truly
astonishing, joining together, as it will, heavy pieces
of wood, as well as the most delicate pieces of china
We have a large stock of Winter Clo
thing .or Men aud lioys wear, which we are
selling at prices to suit tbe times.
Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, North
Carolina and Virginia Money taken at par.
WARD, BIRMINGHAM & CO.
nov24-lm No. 2t Public Square.
jZSLfGo to Tennessee Diuing Saloon and
get soms fine fresh shell Oysters. Just re
ceived by Express from Baltimore. First of
the season. J. T. Diogs,
Tbe Merchants of Nashville are re
quested to meet at tbe Court-house on Moa
dav evening next, a'. 6 o'clock, to hear the
Report ol tbe Committee appointed to in
vestigate the causes of complaint nguiust
the Loui-ville at.J Nashville Railroad Com
UOltiVS MLVlJIt BIND!
THE OXLY J'ERMAN'EXTLY ORGANIZED BAXD IN
rtlE CITY, wili attend to ah calls lor music both at
aome and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
barge. The Eaud is composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments
AU calls for music, for funerals, pic-nica, serenades
and jubilee will bu iMWudud to promptly.
W. L, HORN",
Manager and Conductor,
apr27f ly 15 South College St.
I HAVE Twenty-Qve Thousand dollars worth of Sta
ple aud Fancy lry Goods which I will sell at cost
lor Cash, as I am determined to adopt au exclusive
cash bu-iness. I invito all those desirous of purchas
ing Goods to Call aud Sea for themselves a No. 22
South Side tUe r.iare. BAVIO HUMPHREY.
AU those indebted to I. C. NVaoUoa Je Co., or Nich
olson i Hamohrey, will please come forward aud set
tle their accouuts, as we are iu need of the money.
Notes on the CITY BANK
taken at par in exchange for
Wia.es, Liquors, Cigars, etc.,
at the lowest cashrate3, or in
payment of old Debts, by
A. RIVA & CO.,
No. 30Nrth Market St.
Memphis, Dec. 1 A latg ; an 1 exciled as
semblage last ni-bt passed re-oltitious accept
ing the irr pressi b!'.. conflict now npon us,
calling ou ihe Governor to convert the Legislature-,
culliug a toavi'ltlfti of llie State,
aud 11I-0 one ol a'l the South' r;t S:aes, i.d
plelgt!ig Tennessee to etatid by tbe action of
a Southern Convention, f.-r wfnl or wo.
MiLi.EDOKTir.LK. Nov. 30. TLe Legislature
cho-e i;rcckiuridie Eicc-tors.
TlieEuok liill pass-d l!e Senate over the
jo-ertior: veto by :t vol j "f 95 ! 13.
Savannah, Dec. . 1. All the Ranks have
Judge Nesbet. fortnerly a conservative man,
udvocat.-s immediate, secession.
Frm ontli Carolina.
Columbia. Nov. 30. The lloue directed
the Military Committ-e to co :s;der the best
methol of fortifying the most exposed por
tion of the Coast.
Florida advices say that the secession feel
ing lage predoiniuaL s.
Charleston". Nov. 30. The banks dis
c 'liui-d tn id'-rately to-day. The merchant,
ate much relieved.
At another immense tn-'eting. Mr. M.-m-ming.-r
r coimn -lidjd the taking of Fort
Moultrie by force it the Federal Guvernin-ut
d d not surrend'-r it to South Caroiiua, or re
tiring froiii tbe Uuioa.
Washing rox. Nov. 29. Tae Times correspond-nee
s iys that Joba Sherman. Ciiairmau
ol Committee on Ways and Means, intend
to put through the appropriation bill' at the
earliest moment, of the session, in order to
allow Congress dming the short session to
discus-i and settle the s. cli"iial difficulties
which present themselves, lie is expected
Ilou. Greene Adams, of Kentucky, says Ids
State may be counted a true to the Federal
Union at all times, until the rights of tbe
S ate are actually invaded.
The Cabinet beid meeting yesterday.
It is rumor. d that tne S .utberu niem'.er
were adverse to Mr. Buchanan discussing the
question ol Secession iu the message they
deeming it advi-able to wait until a formal
d-claratiun bad been m ide by ihe See ding
Stales, when the subject would be treated
in a frm A message.
Washington-. Nov. 30. The receipts lrom
Customs at Charleston, is largely diminished
compared with last year.
Aoou six millions of the ten million loan
has lieeii paid iu.
Colonel Florence, editor of tbe National
Democratic Review, was wouuded iu the bead
oy a stone, throwu through hi- office window
New Orleans, Dec. 1. A committee ol
citizens of Texas p-ii.i n. d Governor Hous
ton lo convene the Legislature. The Gov
ernor responded, that vieaiug ibe proposed
measure asdisuuiou.be could not call the
L-gisIaiure together, but it a majority of tbe
citizeus of the State petitioned tor it. he could
not stand iu I heir way. The secession teel
iug large predominates.
From tVew York.
New York. Dec. 1. The World's Wash
insrton correspondent says that Breckinridge
has arrived at Wasbitiglju, and favors a well
detiued line of policy by tbe Southern mem
bers of Congress.
Houston, of Alabama, writes that the feel
in j; ot ihe conservatives is uow strongly ten
ding towards secession. lie goes lor the
The discharge of laborers lo-diy wa lar
ger than last Saturday, ou account of pecu
The steamer Teutonia sailed to day for
Liverpool with $100,000 specie.
The Wa.-hiugtt-n correspondent of the New
YorK. Times says the secession feeling is more
A conservative compromise measure is be
ing offered to cover the entire sectioual
The steamer City of Baltimore sailed for
Liv- rpool lo-day. She took only $2,850
Mobile, Dec. 1. A large and enthusiastic
meetinir is held to-night. Delegates for tbe
State Convention will be nutniuHted.
Louisville, Di c. 1. A report from Burks
ville says that fifteen negroes and oue white
man were huogforau attempted insurrection
on the part of ihe negroes, led ou by tho
white man. No particulars are given.
Clinton-. Mo., D 'C. 1. R -.-ports spe.k of
tbe inhabitants ulou& the Missouri bonier
fl-eiug lo escupe from bands of abolitionists
supposed to bii connected with .Mojtgotnery,
but iudicating great alarm.
Chicago. Dec. 1. The Bicgi House was
damaged by lire $10,000 to-day.
Louisville, Dec. 1 The river is rising,
with 7 feet water in tbe Canal.
Dr. IFearer' Contr and Salt Rheum Syrup and
Cerate fur curing kumort by purifying the blood.
iu: ad riiis.uov it acts.
When disease bus been long in the system, tho first
flattering symptoms after taking the Syrup is that the
humor increases on the skin This should not alarm
you, it only shows that the diseases is working. out
just the result we want to see ; apply the Cerate, and
the humor wilt heal, and thp disease soon disappear,
The proprietor of Dr.S. O. Richardson's Concentra
ted Sherry Wine Bitters, has long since rceived the
thanks of thousands cf invalids who have been beue
fllte I by the use of that valuable and extraordinary
CoMriAixwo. We have heard repeatedly during the
last few dayB, persons complaing of weakness and du
bility. We would say to all such.gt some of Molean's
Strengthening CordL.land Blood Purifier. It is beyond
ail doubt the ouly remedy that will renovate and
strengthen tbe system. The immense demand for it
from all parss f the United States is ppoof eno igh of
its bauencial effecss. We know by experience that it
is . delicious remedy to take. Ca.I and try it. See
tbe advertisement ia another column.
. 11. w.
Badway's Begulating Pills.
The Ti-iumpk of Vegetable Medecines otter Cakmd,
Quinine, ana tAeiruxnarea Mineral x-otsom.
Tbe serious miuries en ailed upon the sick, alflicted
witli Chilis and Fever, or Ague and . ever, Typhoid
fr'river. Scarlet aud other feve. s, in tho Administration
of Quinine, Quoinel, Arsenic! B.ue nil, Ac , in whole
sale doses, are daily Soeu in tlio satfi on colored, and
yellow-skiuned cripple as he totters through our
streets, vainly crying out for health health! health I
Let physicians and others bear in iciu.i, toat iu ail
cases eiluer 01' levers or other disuasc, wtiere custom
has sanctioned the prescription of yuiDine, Calomel,
or Blue PiU, that KAUlVAY' KBbULATING PILLS
will secure to the patient ali ihe benefits, in a much
less li.no than these poisons are expected to achieve,
without dulailiug such terrible attacks of the liver,
Ticart, ana geuerai bybivui. iul-u-hub 1.10 u n
eases that aitl.ct us, are caused by vver-dosiug with
CJuinme. Arsenic, Caiomel, ic,
Radway's RBOCLAriNO Pills operate iu from three to
six hours do not strain the system do not weaken it
do not irritate the bowels are co ted with gum, and
ih retore pleasant lo take positively cures constipa
tiou liver complaint, indigestion, diarrhuja, mercurial
dueascs, fcc., wueil uothiug eh will touch the cum
plaiuts. From 1 to 8 I'i'ls will produce a healthy dis
idnrge. Guaraut-ed to bo free from mercury, quiniue,
icKtme, antimnuy, and every drastic and dangerous
dr g. Tuc sai-at apiu lent ia the world for ladles and
Uadtvay's SU-novaiicg Jlesolvent.
For ul urous, eruptive disKtsi, Rahwav's Rknova
Tio KKdoLVEr, is tuj oue lluiig ueeuluL It revolu
tionize the coudition of the biood, expelllug every
eilineut that tends to decomposition and putridity,
nd Muahies tlie clr- ulation. It restores the imiwircd
coustituilon. It radically cures sore eyes, and ail eal
in uisasc-s of the face or person. It makes the serof
uious s..uud, and removes every syphihtic taiat lrom
the disased system.
The Minute Medicine.
Instantaneous ease is given by Ra. wit's Rbadt Rk
ukf 10 aU cases of acute pain, internal or external. It
.top in a moment the madden.ng agony ot Rheuma
tism, neuralgia, toothache, bur. s, scalds, cuts and
bruises, when applied outwardly. Torture, that If
cootmued would cause death, is arreslxl by a single
cose 01 it, iu live minutes. It suspaads disease, givag
lime for the action of the other remedies. Ah com
plaints causdd bv unhealthy air, are reveuted by lis
occasional use. When th ueruous system is paralysed
orcouvuised, it prchluccs a rapid reacucu, I uim.Ki late
ly rehfvuu simisuis, convulsions, hysterics, c. For
tho d.'biilUt -d it is tho best ptwsible stomachic, in
UaiUly better than alchoho! In any form. Have it on
Urnd always, for 11 may be required at any moment,
and no drug will supply its place.
Radwa 's R-mcuies are suid by Druggists every
whers. A. WI.V. rE"lLET0N Jt CO., ArenU for XasUville.
l II .UT a T A- k
jv.-vy v -si a --.v.
23 John Street, N. Y.
- . -Daily Patriot Office
Nashviil December 3 18C0.
Mon'KTart. TLiere is no iuipiovemeut in
nnca rent funds, thongli the mouey -tnrk-t
is a iittie ea-i-r, t!w old basks having be..'ii
iiio .'anting to sotn ext- nt s:ictly busioCsa
papr.. Exhaug'. was rcaree Sa'urday and iu )
ttiaud. ' la some i i.-tauces it sold a-Jilgh ;ts
5 per cent, premium. Tbe old Dunks lurni.-h
iiie.r customers, wlie'l ihv'y have it. a! jc.
AtlcuUo.i is J.recb.d lo ihe Slatciujut ol
tbe City Dank aU the ucc m;) iii t.ig cud ul
Mi. Dvf!: PtAi.L. Ahicu we pubitah ibis nior
uiu. The ussetts the in-tiluti-m are am
ple, aud no oue need bs under uppt ehet:aiou
ol Io.-i;ig anything iy taking i:s u t'.s, which
we are glad to see, are titcul iii.'ig here at
Ocote Bank notes are stili below par, bat
without sufficient cause. The Bank is in a
perfectly solvent condiiioa, has not suspend
ed, and redeems its notes punctually when
presented, in specie. The complaint agaiusl
it wuslhat.it bad n- ag.-ucy litre lo redeem
its no.es ; and, ihel'elore, the bmks who took
them L:ni to sc.-id tLcm to th-' b ink for re
demption. Well, tbe Ococ-e Bank had to
send the notes of other Banks taken by it to
them lor redemption. The hardships, if any,
operated equally oa all. Suppose tue Ococe
Bank had kept deposited h. re, with oue of
our Banks, $10,000 to redeem its notes who
would have lost the iutesest on this sum; aud
wbo made it? . .
Cotton. There was noluiug done in Cot
CHEESE Western Reserve lllHc per
FLOUR We quote:
Superfine in barrels
' iu sacks,
6 50G 75
3 253 SO
WHEAT This article is Fcarce, aud will
sell readily at $1 251 30 per bushel.
BACON -Shoulders 10, ciear sides 13
14; imuis 1314c K.-r lb.
COiiN. White tiO jer bushel; mixed 75c.
OATS. 4550e per bushel.
LARD -Supply limited. Sales at 13J to
15c per lb. according to package.
. MK.VL Is selliugat 80c. "yt bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 4143c. fi.
GINSENG 4t(oj4jc. tt.
GRtiCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
9. 10 ft.; prime lo choice 1010Jc; ia
barrels JJlc. advance ca these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars ltlj-lljc. tt..
crushed and powdered ll,i312c.: L.iat 11
12c. V tt-
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4tJ45c gal.; half barrels 45
43c; Sugar House 4o45c. Golden Syrup
ia barrels 75e : half barrels S0c; aud kegs
(ten fdls.) 85c.
COFFEE Rio 1616Jc; Laguyru none
in market ; Java 1020c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50cSl ; Guupowdr 50
75c; Young Hvsoa 40.G0 ; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at SI 50 ;
and Fine at $1 G0$1 75; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS.- The following are Ihe
tigeuts' quotations for Gott.n Yarn-; 700
aud 800, 9l-. 5. doz.; ti JO, 10c: 500, lie.
aud 400, 12c.
WHISK 1. -Rectified is held at 2124c
gallon, and country at 50Jl75o gillon
according to quality.
CANtfLES. Star 13o per tb. for ligh
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50c per lb.
R ti-i is Liyer 3 t3 25 per box; W. R
S2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 252 75 per box.
BRAN $1.10 per cwt.
HAY $2627 per ton.
RYE 51 001 15 per bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 per bushel.
ICank Note and Uxchunso l.lt.
All Tenu. B'k Note:
B.uik of Ameiica. .
. ..10 -Ms.
. ..10 lis
- H d:s
. . Iu uis
, .lo lis
tale liank Aia.
All good easl'a B'k. .10 dis
Virginia 10 dis
Cai oliua c Geo. ... 10 dis
. . . 10 dis
Iiwrenceb'g Bank.. 110 Siie
Bank of Tazewell 2 dis
. Wesl'u B'k Ga. . ,
Xe w Orleans
N'ew York selling...
Citizeu's B'k, Mem.. no sale
Rink ot Jefferson 90 de-
Exrhaujze itink 90 dis
Kentucky Banks 2 dis
Ohio Banks 2Ji,1's
Indiiuiaitate Bank.. 2, lis
Uliuois 10 di
Louisville. . .
Agrioult'l B'k Browns
ville. Central Bank.
Mechanics' B'k, Memphis.
Memphis Saving Inst.
Mm. c Manuf. Bank,
3ank of Trenton. broke
Farm's & Merch'ts Bank.
Gold, American par s-ilver
40 acres, per acre..LO s;ile I 120's
80's no sale I 160
..... no sale
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow sutlerers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with tho directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
ure cure for CO.XSCMPTIO.V, ASTHMA, BROX
CIIITIS, tf-c. The ouly object of the advert .ser in-
sending the Prescription is to benefit tho afflicted, and
spread information which he conceives to be nvalu
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may pro blessing
Parties wishing the prescription will p address
Rev. EDWARD A. Wl tN,
ocU-ly Kings County, New Ysrk.
Fif leeu Barrels Suuer Kraut for sale at No.
39 Market street, and at H. S. French &
Son's, by JOHN M. WILLIAMS.
NEW PUBLIC ATIONS.
JUST RECEIVED BY
F. I1AGA & CO.,
J41 COLLEGE STREET.
1. UERZOG'S EN-CLYCLOPEDIA; a work of rare merit.
2 vols. $7 00.
2. KURTZ'S CHURCH HISTORY, from the Reformation
to the present time. $1 60.
3. KLUTZ'S SACRED niSTuRY; being a guide, to tho
uii'lerslandmi; of the divine plan of Salvation. $1.25.
4. IHE UKAUTIFL'L CITW AND THE KING OF GLOR Y.
Bv Woodburv Davis. VOc.
5. lSUMAii. AND THE CHURCH, or the rise, prty
gross and fall of Mohammed lauisiu. By Lewis
Clmsonian, D. I). 1 25.
6. THE PILGRIM'S MtOGRESS FOR THE YOUNG;
somet'niug nice aud beautiful. 50c.
1. THE FIVE SENSES, or Gateways to Knowledge.
By George Wiison. M. D. 60c.
2. POCKET ANATOMIST: beiug a complete description
of the Anatomy of the human body; by M. W.
Hilles. 75c. 4: l 00.
1. CIAREMOUNT. or tbe Undivided Household.
2. LI LI AS AND HER COUSIN; a tale ol the old Domin
ion. By the Author of-'Thos. Jackaoo," and "Walter
3. THE YOUNG AMERICAN'S PICTURE GALLERY,
with seventy illustrations.
novlS-tf c s o
SECESSION AOT ACCESSARY!
TnE best way to bring Northern Fanatics to their
senses is to
Encourage Home Enterprise.
I have in store a very large and excellent stock of
O . Gr AHS,
made bare in my own Factory, and consecjueutiy know
them to be made of the
II EST MATERIAL.
Aad not ouly gusranU'e the quality, but will sell them
on as good terms ad lacy can be bought in th East.
Try n'. J. W. LANGLEY,
uovl4-tf 44 L'uion street
Fins, Ditontioos aaJ Fire Balloon.
IN ANY QCAXTTTY AT LUCK'S,
M ot5- No 45 foioa Sbrest
-AtG.eatly Re.luceJ Prices.
$50! $50 ! ! $50 ! ! !
Citj Bank Bills and all
solvent Banks in South
Carolina, .Georgia, Alaba
ma, Kentucky or Tennes
see taken at par. ,. .
PRICES ESTABLISHED FOIt 7
Owing to the severe pres
sure of the times, we have
reduced the price of these
unrivalled Machines from
The Howe Family Sew
ing Machines are especial
ly adapted to the Southern
Trade, because they " sew
Tarleton, Musquito Net
ting, Swiss Muslin, Home
spun, Osnaburgs, Jeans,
Kerseys, or Leather, with
equal facility; uing Flax
Thread, Cotton or Silk. -They
make the shuttle or
lock stitch, undoubtedly
the best made by Sewing
Machines. The Howe Sewr
ing Machine are strong,
simple and durable, and are
fully guaranteed in every
particular More than
four hundred families in
this vicinage have endorsed
their good qualities during
the past year.
Orr's & McNaught's
Spool Cotton, the best in
the Market for Machine
use at 50 cents per dozen,
also a good assortment of
Flax Thread and Silk at
prices to suit the times.
CONE BROS., Agents,
54 COLLEGE STREET,
nov2D-if ' Nashville, Texn.
LiOttisYttle ami XasnviUe
Ih60 Fall and Winter Schedules, 1SG1.
Commencing SUNDAY, N0V.2iTH, 1860, Trains will
run as follows :
Train No. 1. . Train No. 2.
2:15 A.M., 2:15 P.M.
. 3:35 " 3:36 "
4:50 " .4:47 "
Arrive at Gallatin,
" " Franklin,
" " Bowiing Green.
" " Cave City,
" " Louisville.
6:60, Breakfast, 5:45
7:15 A. M.,
11:45 P. M.
70 P. M.
6O0 A. iL
Leave Louisville, 7:45 A. M.,
Arrive at Nashville, 5.O0P.
Leave NashvUle at 3:45 P. M., Arrive at Gallatin at
5:05 P.M. Returning, leave Gallatin at 8110 A M.,
snd arrive at Nash v ille at 9 JSO A. M.
TRAIN NO. 1 runs daily all other trains daily; Sun
TRAIN NO. 1 makes direct connection at Louisville
for Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburg, Baltimore,
Washington City, Philadelphia, New York and Boston.
Both Trains make direct connection for Cincinnati.
Indianapolis, Chicago, St. Louis, and all points North
Through Tickets for sate at th. Depot for all' princi
pal points East, North nud West.
nov29-!tr J. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent..
Xashville &. Decatur Railroad.
Complete from Xaslivillc to Decatur.
DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS WILL COMMENCE RCV
ning from Nashville to Decatur, Grand Junction,
Memphis, Jackson, Tenn., Canton, Jackson, Miss., nnd
New Orleans, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1880,
making close connections North and South.
The shortest anil most reliable route, passing through
the Quest portions of Tennessee and Alabama, having
gentlemanly conductors, and making quick time. No
Line can otter greater inducements to travelers than
The Passenger Trains over this Road will leave Nash
ville at 7 A. M., and 6:30 P. U. Arrive at Nashville at
120 A. M., and 1:20 P. M.
Freight Trims leave Nashville at 5:15 A. V. Arrive
at Nashville at 5:30 P. IL W. O'N. PERKINS,
novl7-tf - General Superintendent.
Georgia Western Bailroad.
OmC! Gbokgia Westem Raimuao Co., 1
Atlanta, Nov. 17th, I860. J
T s meeting of th. Board of Directors, held this
day, it was
Resolved, That taking into consideration the threat
ening aspect -of political utlairs, and the consequent
stringency in the money market , tbe Board of Diroc
tors deem it prudent to postpone the proposed letting
of contracts on the Georgia Western Railroad until
March or April next, of which due notice will be
Jfe(oImd,That an instalment of one dollar per sSare
be called in, payable ou the first day of December next,
at the ulllceof tin Company in Atlanta, in lieu of the
ten per cent, called in, payable at the aforesaid time
and place. - .
Resolved, That the Chief Engineer be instructed to
continue in service the corps ot Assistant Engineers, ia
order to preiare the whole work for letting between
Atlanta and the Western terminus. W. P. ORME.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co., ,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS
75, TZ, 79, 81, 83 and 85 Dnane St , X..Y.
WOULD notify the Trade that they ara bsenicg
Weekly, in new and beautiful patterns, . .
The Wamsutta Prints, ;
The Ainoskeag, i j
A New Print, winch excels .very Print ia th. Country
for perfect ioo of execulioo snd design in fuU Madder
Colors. Our Prinuar. cheaper than any ia th. luArkatt
and meeting with extensiv. sake.
a- Orders promptly atu-ndl to.
Tat Ai cUiiSATiox ut Lai jfAcHti ; There is a ere-- '
iug t judcacy ta this aje to apprurriate th. most e.v- j
pressive words of other languages, and, alter a wlniu
incorporats them lato our ovrn ; thus the word Co- j
phaiic, whicik is troin the Greet, signifying "for ihe j
heal.'' U a w becoming popularized in coaaecticn I
with Air. salding's great H-adaclie remedy, but it t
wu! soon o axa ia a more general way, aad the word
Cepuahc wiii bxcouia as common as Electrotype and
many oth.irs whoSH disiinction as foreign w.'rds has
bre:i wrn away ty uomiuoa aasrtf au til they sjcuj
" t:ati.-eai:4 ' tiie luauo? u jru."" ; i ' t
Hi 'ad 'u 'oiribii.-- 'eaiachd ibis uafiornooa, h.a:i f
st -i,ed into tile iia;ioLiie-Ai i -j hand says hi tu lh. :n oi
"Ca;i yoa hjasa :n i of u?i 'e i lactic?" ix.-s it liacue
'ard,'' siys 'a. -Hes.:alius;y," ays hi. -h ia l u;on
that 'e gave nu a CepiiAiic pal, baud pon me 'onor it
cure t me so qnk: tiiat i 'ardly realized I 'ad aa 'cad
ache. - - ' -. - j
'S Ukaoachs is the fav.irito sigu by which nainr
mattes kuown any deviation whatever from tius u -rural
state uf tho brain, and viewed in tnis hhl it may
b looked on as a safeguard mtuudeU to give notioe of
disease which might otherwise escape attention, till
too late to be remedied : and its indications should
never bo neglected. Headaches may be classified un
der two names, vis: .Sytntimatiu a.d I nopailiic.
Symptomatic Heailache is excetMiiugly common and is
the iwecursor of a great vari-ly of diseases, among
which arc- Ap .plexy, Gout, Rheumatism aud all febrile
diseases. Iu iu nervoas fo.ni it ij sym;athel!i-. of dis
ease of the stomach, coutiiatiii sick headache, of
hepatic disease constituting bili-iui .'iy mn, ol worms,
c nstipation and other disorders of the bowels, as
well as renal and uterine atfectious. Diseases of the
heart are very frequently attended with Headaches ;
Anaemia and plethora are' also auctions which fre
quently occasion headache. Idiopathic Head;iclie is
also very common, beiug usually di&tuigtiished by the
pame of neroous heanaehe, sometlnres coming ou sud
denly is a state of apjureutly sound health, au 1 pros
trating at once the mental and physical euergies, aud
in other instances it com.' on stowiy, heralded by de
pression of spirits or acerbity ol tm.ier. Ia most in
stances the pain is in the front of the head, over oue
or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting ;
under this class may also be named Xeuralijia.
For the treatment of either class ol Headache ihe
C-phalic Pills have been found a sure and sun.; remedy,
rci;eviug the mist acuta pains in a few minutes, and
by its subliu power eradicating the diseases of which
Headache is tho uneering index.
- Bridget. Missus wants yon t. send her a box of
Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills, but I'm
thinking that's not just it naither ; but perhajis ye'll
be ail tier knowin what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead
and gons with the Sick Headache, aud wants some
more of that same as relaived her before.
Druggist. You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Bridget Och I sure now and you've Bed it here's
the quarlher and giv me th. Pills and don't be all day
about it aithor.
Constipation or Costiveness.
No ono of tho "many ills flesh is heir to' is so pre
valent, so little understood, aud. so much neglected as
Cortliveuess Often originating in carelessness, or
sedentary habits ; it - is regarded as a slight disorder
of too little consequence to excite anxiety, while in re
ality il is the precursor aud companion of many of the
most fatal and daugerous diseases, and unless early
eradicated it will briug the sufferer to au untimely
grave. Among the lighter rvils of which costiveness
is tbe usual attendant, are Headache, Colic, Rheuma
tism, Foul Breath, Piles and others ot like nat'ire,
while a long tram of frightful diseases such as Malie
nant Fevora, Abe8es, I ly solitary. Diarrhoea, Iy.--iep-sia.
Apoplexy, Epileisy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypo,
choudrxsis, Melancholy and Insanity, tirst indicate
their presence ia the system by this alarming symp
tom. Not ntifrequant!y the diseases named originate
iu Consultation, but take on an independent existence
unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage. From
all these considerations it follows thai the disorder
should riceiv immediate atteution whenever it oc
curs, and no iterson should neglect to get a box of Ce
phalic Pills on the Urst appearance of the complaint, as
their timely use will expel the insiduous approaches of
dijeaso and destroy this d:uigerous too to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Physician. Welt, Mrs. Jones, how is that h-adaclu-?
Mrs. Jones. Gone! Doctor, all gone 1 the pill ym
sent c .rod mo in just twenty minutes, aad I wish you
would send ma more, so that lean have them handy.
Physirnan. You can get tii;m at a:iy Druggists.
Cull for Cephalic Pills, I fiud they novor fail, und I re
commend them in all cases of Headache.. '
Jrs. Jones. I shall send for a box direetiy, and
sliall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real
Twenty Mii.uons of Dollars Saved. Mr. Spalding
has sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated lre
pared Glue, and it is estimated that each bottle saves
at least ten dollars worth of broken furniture, thus
making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars re
claimed from total loss by this valuable invent ion.
Having made his glue a household word, he now pro
poses to do tho world still greater service by curing all
the aching heads with hts Cephalic l'ilis, and if they
are as goo J as I is Glue, Headaches will SuWi vanish
away like snow in July.
US- Ovor Excltemont. and the mental care and anx
iety incident to close attention to business or study,
are among tne numerous causes of Nervous lluauaclie.
The disordered state of mind and body incident to this
distressing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and
ambition. Sufferers by ibis disorder can always ob
taiu speedy relief from these distressing attacks by
using one of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It quiets the overtasked brain, aud
soothes the straiued and tarring nerves, and relaxes
tho tension of the stomach which always accompanies
and aggravates tbe disordered couditiou oi thu Oram
Fact worth ksowtso. Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache
Nurvous Headache, Costiveness and General Debility.
Grkat Disco vr Among the most important of
all the great m ..-! discoveries of this age may be
considered the .. .-ia of vaccination for jH-otection
from Small p...i Vnhalic Pill for relief of Head
ache, and the .- .a. me for the prevention of Fe
vers, either o." mi.c a a sure specific, whose benefits
will be experienced by suffering humanity long alter
their discoverers are forgotten.
4 Did yon ever bar. th. Sick Headache t Do you
remember the throbbing temples, th. fevered brow,
tbe loathing and disgust at th. sight of food. How
totally on Ot you were for pleasure, conversation or
study. One of th. Cephalic Pills would have delivered
you from all the suffering which you the. experienced.
For this and otber purposes you should always have a
box of them on hand to use as occasion requires.
By tho us of these Tills the periodic attacks r
Xcrvous or Sick Headache may b prevented ; and it
taken at the commencement of an attack inimi-diata
relief from pain and sickness will be ti tamed
They seldom fail io reu tag the A'ausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject. - .
They set gently upon tbe bowels, removing Gafinr-
For Literary -Wen, Students, liencaw ifmsir?, auu
allnrrson X sedentary habxU. thfy are valuable as a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and fy
to th. digestiva organs, and Tailoring . th. natural
elasticity and strength of tho whole system.
The CEPH AIi PILLS are tho result of long Inves
tigation and carefully conducted exirimenu, having
bom in ose wanv years, during whW-h time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pais and
s Bering from Headache, whether originating in tho
nertms system or from a iW ranged stalo of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their enmn silion,
snd nuiv be taken at all times with perfectsafety with
out making any change of diet, and the aimrt r.f any
disatrrttabU taste renders it easy to administer tketn to
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
The genuine hve fiv. signatares of Henry C. Spald
ing oa each lkx. ' ' T ' "
Sold by Drcegista and all other Dealers ia Medicine.
A. Box will b. stmt by mail prepaid oo receipt of th.
PRICE us ci:iTS. :
All ordws should Va addressed to i
HENRY C. SPALDING,
Bova-dtwlwswl 4 dr trt, New-York
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
ISGIf purified of Oxygen and Carbon by coav.
burtioa in Hydrogen, of high laadical axtiior.
ity and extraordinary efficatv ia each, of tit-
DESIXTTY, KTSyOUS AFFECTIOiTS. rTTK
CATION", DYSPEPSIA. - DiAIIRKESl, COUSTl-j?t21-JS.
.CECFUXA, SALT RHETTH, SCTF.VY,
JAUNDICS. LIVI2i CCMxLAISTS .RKEDMA-
ixrrTmrr fevess. keitealgia. ckrokio
HEADACHES, FEMALE 7EAKJTESS. UTS
brEVSTRTIATTOT. W7TTTP5 rTJfYMHWTS
riJIPLES ON F ACS.' EOUCHI&SS oi?
THE SKX3, etJ.
Ihe IE0N bsinqr absorbed by tho bloo... acd
thus circulating thraiigh the wholo system, no
part cf tha body can escape their truly wonder,
Tha experience of thousands daily vroves that
no preparation cf Iron can for a moment b-cn-mared
with it. Impurities of the biood. de-
sssion cf vital ensrey, pale and other wiso
sickly compLxioas indicat3 its necessity in al-
raosx every eonceivarae case, in u cits-rs cf
female debility (3nor albas, chlorosis, ett?.), its
oifjets are dcliih:'u1ly rcuovat:nj. Nr remedy
has ever been discove red, in tho whole history
of msdicine. which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. G c od appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
w:t3. an unusual disposition for active anc
cheerful execite, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and jrcncral restorative
:t has no superior aud no sabrututc.
Pnt lip In uea flat metal boxes contain'' .&
50 pills. rk- SO !!. per Im.3 . ix l-oiM.
S'sl 50 4nc uoxrn Iwixes. i. (?. For a!' t'CV
truSsTlst ereiu raLly-. ill Ia aieut free to
any .uLlrc on receipt Af tUn i lee. All le?
t.ra, ortIe:-s, tc, sIou!cl i-.tl' reused to-
R.B. LOCKE & CO., i
3TJ !111AUWAT, S '.
above ta a - fae-slmile of tb
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strentncniiig Ccrdfat and
Blood Purifier !
The Greatest Remedy in the "World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci- ""-k
cut Hie and Vege
table Coimiouud, vd'Jr
iriK-iir-ii nv toe r
iji'istiilaliou of Roots,
'lteit.s and rirk, J i-3V'.4 V
' Yellow IkM-k. l'.lood ' Sr'ii--k
lt.Ha, Illark ' ,,. V.J
u-.i.i T5! ;5.JV
Ciicrry Biuk and
Istnilelion enters in
to its coinixisiiion.
Tho entire active
of each in.sr.dieiit
is thoroiigiily ex
tracted bv rnv new
method of distilling,
EcfowtakiniE.c.ous. hneraiu:g4flfr takiu
spirit, and the most Inrailibl remedy f,ir ri-novating
the uisoase.1 system, and restoring llie sick, s.illerinit
and debilitated Invalid to Health aud strength.
WlIX Ia-'FECTUAIIY ClTtS
Liver Couiplaitit, ;yspepia J a 11 11
Iico, Chronic or Nervous Pehiiity, Diseases of the Kidneys.
aud all diseases arising from a disordered l.iver 01
Stomach, lyspesia, H -ailbuiu, Inu-ard Piles, Aridity
or sickness of the M.'lua. ii, Fullness of B!.id to the
Head, Dull Paiu or swmiuiug in lite Head, lV;!.lali"n
of tho Heart, FuUlies.- r Weight iu the Stomach, soar
Eructation?, Ciiokiug or suUuc.itii:2 feeiiiig wheu lying
do wu. Dryness or i e!!o nss of the bk.'u aud Fye.-,
Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, I'am i:i the .-mall of the
Back. Chot or Side, sudden ilusii of H-at, Depression
of Hpirits, Frightful Dre.uiis, Lnii;:i..r. 1 .--H jiden.-y .or
any Nervous Disease, s-ires or Bitaches ou llie Fkin, aud
Fever and Ague (or Chiils and Fever.)
Over a Million f lictllo
Have been sold durine the List six months, and in n;
instance has it faii.Hl in giving entire s ttisiaction. Who
Uicn, will siid'er from Weakness or Debility when jc
Lean's S!reii-ithcning (.'niuf will cere your
No language can convoy an adoq.i::lc i lea of the i ru
ined iale aud almost miraculous cliai:..- pr.!uc.-d i y
taking this Cordial in Cm disease,!, u.-bi!; iated u.t
shatleied nervous system, whether lirfkeu down by
excess, weak by nature, or unpaired by sickness il).
relaxed and unstrung o:gun:2.uion is restore 1 lo lis
presline he.Uth and vigor.
ItlAUISIEU it:iSlS: -
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cau-e,
will ttud Metx-au's Streiigtheiiing Cordial a liioiougi
regenerator of llie system, and all who may have in
pired themselves by impnHr iiidulgeiict-, will Uad ia
the Cordial a certain and si-ee-ly reiuedy
T0 THE LADIES,
file .Lean's trenstlicu:n Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, While,
Obstructed or DiMruit Menstruation, Incoutineuce 4
Urine or Involuntary Ilisch:irge thereof, V'alliug of the
Womb, Gid.iiness, Faiming and all Dis'.-ascs incident lo
Tuete Is uo .YlfstaUe Ibout It.
Sufler no louger. T ike it according to directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
tbe bloom of health to mount your heck again. Every
bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If yonr children ore sit-kiy, puny or afbicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make Ihem heaithy , fat and robust.
Iiclay not a moment, try it and you will be convinced,
ltts Uelteions to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers wbo may
try to palm upon you some Bitter, or Sarsaporilla
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's strength
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is the only
remedy that will purify the Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
Oue tables poouful taken every morning fasting, is s
certain ireventive for Cholera, Chilis and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up in
Price ouly $1 per bottle, or 0 bottles for $5
j. h. Mclean,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's V
canic (ill Liniment.
Principal Depot on tbe corner of Third and Pine sts .
Et. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY DEMOT1LLE, Nashviiie,
snd all respectable Druggists everywhere.
As accidents will happen, e in weI rruVitotaiai
ius, it is very desirable to have some clusapaud coove
nient way for rlairuig Furniture, Toys, Crockery, Ac.
SPALDING'S PEEPAEED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and uo uou.ehld can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready Mi l up to th.
sticking piiint. There is no long -r a n.-cess.ly fr
limping chairs, spluitc-red vu-.-ers, !iradlfs dolls and
broken cradles. It is just th article for c-me shciland
other ornamental work, so jMipular with Lidies o. re
i.nement and taste. .
!" This adiuirable prei-tratiun is used cold, tK-irg chem
ically held m solution, and prssing all the valuable
qualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may b.
used in the plac of oraiuary mucikige, beiug vastly
"UPFJFTL IV EVERY norF."
V. B. A Brush accompanies ea-h boll. Price, 2S
Wholesale Depot . " -'"'ar street. New Y.n k.
Address. HE.NTBY C. SfALPTSO AC0.. ;
B.;x, So. s.ttOO, New York
Put np for FVulers m Cases eontair.ing Four, Fi-lit,
and Twelve Drus a beautiful Lithographic biicw
Card accoropanyiug earh pnck.Mre. - .
A single bottle J t-PAIJING'S PREPAP.EB
Gl.l kwill sa-eteo thnu itseost amiually to .very
household. 'Ik. . .
Sold by all prominent Stationers, Drui-glstA. Hard
ware and Furniture leal.-rs. Grocers uad Fncy Stores
JHiTtrv merchants should make a mle ef t'.U.
.UNM-'S PREPARED Gl.l'K, when making nn tbir list
it will sund any climaie. ' jnl0-4y ;
riiooiiK ti c o.,
rHODUCE COMMISSION .'JEIlCnANTS,
.VO. 49 WA LXC7 ST RE
. Ciitciiiiirtti, Oliio.
0FFTJtrr Sale In lots: 1
1000 Barrel Flour, supt-rtine to extra fauilj i .
ti)0 BashetsCkiVer Seed; .. . . - ; "
frOO " Timothy "
. S00 " Herds or&ss;
60O " Str ip;s.Hl an t ChAa Rlu. Grass Seed
1000 boxes W us Urn l;cacrve liinsh Ixmy . and
NuUueg Cheese; ' , '
Lard and Liaseed Oils, B:i-'.n, Grain j raAtUuS,
Cordage, Brut jns, Buckets, Tubs. Ac -.
We have ample facilities aud give prompt aiteutsiO
to tha purchase of Merchaadisa recjuu-ed by the ouuln
ern trada, snd to the sale of Cv-iton. lag uui BKaaa
Iroa, Dried Fruit, and Produc. generally.
I s- . -s"
si vSfe kb-l.V AtLUiUM.
w-r sfzMt$ ."-StssVA. it-.; r.a.ay, vtik.. rvA.
f -fe-s'-Vi45 J .-., js. '.!. -. s. . . f u J sU
ir, lYrr M lvrr-r 01iiV t hvi.i.ai;j auti iUrcniiii
. . : - THE GR-iT - -
imiT .!U:iali-lii' - Ml AfcLJ
5 1 7 E sst theai.lcciH.4t of ii L"!.3e a: U the
- till. HI
And. ioT Fever and igut.
L'..U.il i. It tUl. H 1-!U 1 .-J iaVuJtt:i K!. I
utti 1--V-. if y tlTi k I (wl
: oM t c:tit iPix:nff
lilt- taiij il.c!c. C4 W t-.o I I -I .4. MtUi.f
Iiii. i n.-al.) a:.t
I- woi ks t .a.4i:y juri.
WLt iUi iisT jiw," 1 1 u.'M Lmm caa Urn t an
lh:.u tha iuJv-Iih; iaii.- iccoiva wje.'icvedrK--i. r
A. W. Curtis : - - . ., . .. . .;. . -..
P.KT., iT.j,"-; (JC.
S:iS:s. J. N. lS-.r.M, fc t
(,nw.uii .- Ihe icif: u u. e I hnv. ia let it i
1 ain Jwia-i i.- a ri aie:- liflwj Ctaij,l., lUaXtao
i r:ieem-ir!T-, n-r iftutr wuH-a t-laf mnf
I !u''y Ls'ii il, l -u-.c-.c Lac tw t.keeitau it-i, trtt Us
' viriurt- to kah.-rs. ' ' i i i
- A fisw uicEtU.-1 go 1 bid t cviue i..i.i uuj.jjji
Ifciou ; ajti.ei-L.ii 1 i a.: crver ttt i u 4 iu ten 4, bv m
that i-uriue t'Ul b-vc.ji S'-ttifa lnt.i y su a. r
ruiv .-i-, ;i,i liavir.f, no ctt.er r.vt ki cua . hj kiot
1 the IVu Kilirr freely tor u).t.t tutt- m.i:.t 11 -ts
j uitit, i n.i I( -attc li.eapilitii..ii e.i It ietiy the s. al
morcii:g uici; eMwij ca::cy the- i. ai r is.
crtu-i m cciihtieLtw in tne utility tA iw roOsFsit-.
Youia tidy, A. Tt'. ( IVlii..
Alaiifcter of tho WesVyan MclLtaiKl Cst-rrk.
bus teen toted in every variety t4 cheat acil )
ainiost every nation known lo AR;ericai.s. .1 is the
ccix.iaj.1 icmpatiion and inestimable fl i.flu of u t nut
SK U.oy slid uavellur, ou sua exu Izxui, an. 1,0 tic
shouiu navel tn our LAK.K2m.-K RlVliU WIiHt.ll 11
Be uie you . ai; lor and get ihe gebaiiip laiu tti-i,
as many worthier u.trcms nre aiUTrjed tn be sU
on the great reputatioa ol this valuable mcd-rise. --
Jt"i ir iM-ns acccrapinyu-i each Iwuir.
sid by dealers every wh.-re.
Price 25 cut. , 60 cis. and f 1 f er l!t.e. '. !
J. N. HAitlUS A (.,
Prttrh trare for tbe Wt-taoi n and trvulhci a Matt
Sold by W W Berry & lvn-. vi;!u tad t in. l' uUcit
& Co. Nashville, Tenn; 3 Maiif.txd A Co, Kva.l ha-,
Tenu; J Wright A Co, s-covii i VcoJ, New Orlcanrs.
toward Wilder, lxuisvuie, Ey; Jobs D I ai t, t ii.ct
nan. Ohio. , oci6-iAm'ly
mi. s. o. niiTiirix-TiTtxT
ltmt 3iViuc gtttns,
ILc Ciltbrnlrd 5cw IrgUaJ rextttf
Jaundice, Vtrr and Ague, General Dririlty. ar.d at
Ihsouts orisingfrom a OiMrdered Stemaim.
Liter mr Hemts.
ri HEY are ar. osed and recommpiided vy tem,mf
1 Physicians of th. country, aad all lw w rheui
pronounce them invaluable.
iTjam.u L leefMir. wriMs from Navarre, ftw-k
Ohio, "The bitlsrs are highly prais.4 by thus. auA
ing from iudig.f ti.Hi, dygpepsia and hrr eompiaiai.
V. S Davit", PoslmasUT al Williamspart, OSt-i, sas,
" Tlioy give great satisfaction. I um thet. tayst-S,
having taken cold, become proatrmi. uil umi tmr it-c-tite.
It relieved me, and I can recemnMsd it wii
greut a-wurauce of iu merits."
l'r. Win. M. Kerr, of Rogers ville, Ind. , writes us that
they are llie tiHWi valuable medicine etlered. M. bM
rec.mimend.Hl them with great sticc., and wiUi Ibets
tua.'.e several curt, of utipiiation M th. heart aasi g .
Thonias Sianfiwd, El.. Rlountarlll., Heary ou . lad.i
writes os a long letter under date of May 4, 1SCQ. Jai
was much reduced, having bora afflicted tnr (Was
years wuh great nervous debility, palpitation ut iko
heart of tne uioal aerero and pronraliDg character,
"alter using a few bottles, I was complol ly riMnri il.
and am now in robust health." - - -
G.vrge W. HtiTman says he was afflicted witk bour
inatism for iweaty years in ail iu various fonas. sis
al the dale nf bis ktUcr ho had bot-a t years well ,
the Hitters efTt-ciirg a euro, when Aiverai iihysiciana
atieiidiug him couid do him n. good, . Ha Se)s, lor
rheumatism, cisMp-ia, liror CoKiplamt, kktoey alleo
tiou, or droi.y, il is asptccEe certain remedy.''
- J. W. Hum writ.- from WiiJuuit. Allen eo". Oha-. a
rssri:.Hi where fevr and ague prevails,) that ho taust
rnetiuiiy riH-ommeccis mem or orciavl merit M as
cast of f.-viM- and ague and general dehlliiy
D. K. Gailehem. M. D w river from Van Wet. Ubu,
- I illicit respeeUi'mly rec.'.miD.ud the Sherry Wme Bin
ter.s Ul thu notice of ail Uisjyptic ptusoas, aad lu ai
who require a stimulating medic-ine. ' .
Ii .ILtiA Hli .V.ih UoLtHl.'J .11l-I
tlmiu 1111 1 i r; n ni.piri.r .j 1 . .
Ff LI. DlltElTIoXS ACCOXPAXTISO) KAOU IH.entA.
They are sold by Medicate dealers tierall).
Price Ii ets. por botiie. .
J. N. HAK1US fX)., Ciucjuiall UUK ,
l'rojjrictors for the Sociheiu aad Wntaia Elates .to
whom ad Jru-a all order s.
For sale whoKnale and rntall by W WHerry
inoviiie ; Fwm, Henalelmi A Co., and Rain. Si Browt
Na-ilivilk', 111.; S. Mansfield A Co., Mero,ru, Ttut. 4
J. Wr.ght A o., and Scovil A Meann, New urleaus; J
I'. Park, CaicumiUi, Ohio; Edwaed Wilder, Louis vSie,
PUKIFY THE BLOOD!
DR. WEAVERS C.V.SK.131 AND SALT BRECH SY
Kl'i. for the eure ot Canker, tlt lvhK-.m, Ery
sipelas, scrofulnusiiisaasm, Ciitaneou. liuplh, Mr
1 vis, and ev.-y kind ul Iiava. ar;. ft-oia an ir.
pare stale of liio Blood. THK M("HT EFFHlTIVK
IU AM ID PCRIiTER OF THE NIKTEEXTH (UTVKY
ll Is the I'rencriplion of au Educated Pbyaiotua, arid
a'i who are arfliewd with ai.y of the Above nnf s d.-is.-,
should use il without delay, ll will Ci'i. ts
f'.-ii.v.si iroui tuo system, and whtm oue out on lae
skia. a f.w SfpUcatiou. ut L'R. WEAVER a CKSA1K, r
01M MEM, and yoa have s permanent cure.
The CERATE has proved itself to be tb. bektCut-lut-iit
evc-r iuvenlml, and n bwi once Bse4, it has Dover
--u known to fail ofcfTccting a rrnwiiiiil eur. of Old
Sores ,Tit.'r ait.t Riugwni m, aoald Head, Chiib'tains and
Ftosi ifii., lUrbrr's Itch, Chapped or CnuAd Hands
or I.i' -s, I'.oir.l.-e or fnnp.-i t ta. ran. Aad fur
.sfli-.E NrPPIJM AND SOKE EYRf , the ( Wat ia th.ouly
thing requlrod to care It ah.ald bo kvt is th. heue.
of every family.
Price of Syrup $1. Cerats of Si cwiw per botUa. Di
rections aiouipiny carh bottle. Snid bv most M4i
ei:io IK-nlers. J. N. H ARRLi liO., ProprK-tora.
For th.- Wistrm aad Soul icra blates; Clocianali, u
To whom ordorj for the above Modicisea may b. ad
Sold Wholesale and Retail by W. W. Berry k Dmi
viiie, Ewin, I'endielon Co., Kama It IVow.. aad all
other Druggists of Nashville, T.an; C. MansOe.d A C.:
Memphis, Tenn; Edward Wilder A Co., Lonisville, ty ,
J. Wright k Co., New Orleans, La. safrJO-dawly
OUR Fur Deiartment is now opened for th. isspec
liou of the Utiles, where may be foiled th. iargeet
and bi-st selected slock of ladies Furs ever hrongbl tat
Ibis city A J FRAN'CI:-Cl.'
ocll7 Hatter and Furrier, 23 Pnbli. Hquara.
Our .MoIeltiu Hat.
HIS beautiful style of Flat which we ar- eettkg
up for the Fall and Winter wear 1 far nrror te
anv vet onered. A. J. FR.NCISCO,
oci.17 No. $3 Public Sqaar.'
Cuildren'a Fancy Hats and
QOME New and Beautiful styles, whirs we sr. Bew
OofTering (all Parisian designs), to which w. 1st it.
the attention of parent. A J FRANCISCO,
octll No 23 Public Sqnsr.
Fall aud Winter Styles r Ssft
Hats., . , r
U7-E would call especial aitentira t. .or larre taa
portatioii sf French Black and Brown and Kaa
Otter Hats, so popular la the Sooth for Fall and W la, tar
wear. A J FRANCDVO, ,
octlT Hatter snd Furrier, Nc 23 Public Sasra. .
Chancery Sale -
Of Valuable Farming Landi
IN pursuranc of a decree of th. Chancery Court st
Char lone, recdered st the Septfmbar Term, 1&6S,
iu the case of John R. Anderson, for uee af Irby Kur
gan Sl Co., against J. W. and M. 1. Shelloa, I will aa
Saturday, the 22' I of December sext, re-ocoed l sell
in the highest bidder, ai the Court Hoae danr si
Cliariolte, a valuable Fa.-m lying en Yellow Creek ia
Dk-kson county, contamicg about 400 acre, aWol 10S
acres of which is cleared, aad under a gtod stale af
cultivation. Tb. above described tract of Load has
upon it a comfortable Dwelling Hnnm, wilb all seaea
sary out houses. A plat of the above described Laaeal
will b-' shown 00 the day of sale. Term-cah.
novlO-lm H. C. COLLI FR, C, . it
Hoots, blioe, Trunks,. Valises,
New 9tock hist receive by
F. H. BLACK MAN,
coasea or xabkst btksst axb tss SQCAaa.
t t'HE undersigned begs leave to .all lbs atteation ef
I the public to his handsome and ccnpreheuMV.
stock of Goods in th. above hoe, ootnpratrij; ail sly ka
Ladies and Gentlemen' "Wear,
Negra O rowans,
And every variety of articles ocally kept ia smiiar
establisbuints, ait of which will be Moid at Asssmtsk
injly Lme Prices ... F. H. BLACJIMA.,
DUVAL & JONES
No. 8 -Cherry Street,-
- a Fiirn !ahtici:
try i B'XES-rrtbsh r:r E-a Wfera E--rT
I 14 Chefe, just mcwtm e.tf-pei rrn 'ne unine..
uid for mie by
PEN. V frtiajSJ ar I
r; onio ueal. -
ACOXSIGNMSXTtrf Frs,h t ibWM-J '11 r.-eiv4
aacfur sals by B-J. F SiiiEU .
uvvLi U pia. tAiik. 8U.