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FEIDAT, DECEMBER 14, 186C, J
ROCK' C1TY MILLS.-
5 RETAIL ' PRICES."" " ' '
Ben" v : i Flour in bags $ , in half bagS
Old Hickory - do-' --4 25; - - 2 15
Eaele do " 8 50; " " ' 1 80
Mixed Bran, per 1000 fts., one dollar-' 1 - : 1
Corn Meal, per bushel, $1 00. ' L " " "
' Delivered lo all parts of the city. sept Zl-ly ,
-H0YEJIE5T8 CF TIIE RAILKoADS. .
Depart ares of PafnserTin. -
KiSHviLi Chattaxooga 3:30 A. M. , 3 P. M."
TXXXBtfEK ALABAMA JJ ;00 t". M. '.,-
LoctfTiujifc Nashville 2:15 A. M. , 2 s ' ..
" i Giial.nExprei3rOOP.M.
XASHnutIECATC-7:0 A. M.,6x3 P-M-.
Edgevuclp & IkJurrccKT 2:45 P.M..-
Arrival of Ptngr Tralnt.
ITASHvni fc Chattasooca 5:30 P. M., 8 A. M.
Tcrcessee & ALaaAjta 10:O A. M. -. - '
Lovevnxs i Nasbvillb 5:00 A. M., 5:00 P. M.
4 ... . t Gaiiaiia Express 9:30 A. il.
VASHrai & DECATrt I s I 5 A M., 1 : i 5 P.M.
Edgetibj Kesttckt 10:15 A.M.
Nashvillk Female .. Academy Da. EL
LIOTT AGAIN' TO BB THE PRICIPAL. After a
rest of six months. Dr. Eixiott, finding bid
health fully restored to its former vigor, and
Lis mind freshened and invigorated by the
quiet and relaxation of hlf a year, has de
termined to return to bis eld post as Princi
pal ol the Nii.shville Ft male Academy, a po
sition which he held uninterruptedly with
disiinguifhi'd credit to Lim-K.lf lor the space
of twenty-o.ne year.. Ou the 19.b of Janoa
ry next the last dr.y ol the present . .-fiun
he will resume his duties as Principal.
The gentleman who at present pre.-idea ovr
the instituiion. is eminently qaalifUd for tke
duties he is called upon to discharge and has
given entire satifiction to lb; patrons of the
school; and while bi m ny friends will re
gret hi withdrawal, all will be, fully sati.-Ged
with bis successor, through whose untiring
enerery and able management the Nashville
Female Academy bus become the fir?t insti
tution ofiukiud in the Suihwes-t.
Dr.' Elliott has addressed a circular to
the pablic, and particular to Lis old friends
and pitrons. in which be s ys :
Oa the 19th ot January, 1SC1 Satdrday,
the lat day of the present .SesM'in I expert
to riume ruy former position, ns Principal of
this Institution. -I had no reason, I g ire
no rta-ou, for retiring !roin my ptii"n
th re, at the close of the last year, but ihe
belief, entertained alike by my Irienda s
well as by niy.self, that rest, sifter uninier
runted toil "for about thirty tears, w as aiiso-
lutely necessary, fso one then believed, cer
tainly I did not even hope, that six, or any
number of mouth, wutild restore me as I aia
now restored to all the lulSueas of health, of
mind and body I ever before ei j yed.
Bein? now a aide to work as pvt.
where el? should I wtrk but at the ' Oid
Academy!'' And ia tbes-J lime. of political
trouble, when every man should be at bis
post doing something, what other post is
mine but ihH
'I exp-ct. tbervfore. on the day appointed,
to take up my -burden of care' truly tliuik
fnl to the "Givs- of all bUs--ings"' that, I lee I
abfe tod'j so; and with a firm and unaltered
beli.-f that the principles taught, and the
practices saueUuned there, are approved ia
"E; ongh ly way of introduction; now for
the wni k:
Firat. As the present Faculty of Teachers
will continue, ibis fhange or Principal will
not occasion any inierruj.lioa either iatbe
order ol the scLool. or to the studies t.f its
pupils. H-nee. I hope the pres. nl pnpils in
both the day s.nd boarding-chool, will con
tinue; and of course 1 de-ire to add many
more to their number. Ia particular,-1 will
be gratified to meet a many as po-ib!e of
the present Senior Class as organized last
June, and also of the last Senior Class, as
Parlor Hoarders, in the '"Old Academy'"
Second. I expect to associate with myseir
some suitable person, who will have exclus
ive control of the "finance.-' t the Acd. my,
and of the members of th Boarding-house
- Family. This will release m- lrom one of
mv most annoying dutie; :ud one, in niy
opinion, not at'all congenial with the duties
peculiar to lb- Teacher.
"As the Financiai Agent" will have
nothiuz to do but to attend to this depart
ment, I tru?t it wilt be so couducud as o
give to all entire satir-fadion.
Thrd. I rely for an cess upon the peea
liar advantag'-s of th- Academy, as well as
opon my own special fl us. and the fioris
of the able and we;lknou Faculty , o.
Teachers associated with me. An lastitn
tion so Ions establish, d and -o well known,
with its weil-encloced yard, 1 road pavements,
airy corridors and spacious room-; complete
exemption from the danger of fire; perfect
clas.-tioatiora of its pnpi.ls, and its uon sec
tarian character so notorious that a B.ip'ist
i Epi-copalian, Methodist, or Prefbyteriau
Fends bis daughter here, pt rfeclly sati.-fied
that in no resjM ct will c C nee be f:ivt n to
bis peculiar views; and equally well sati.-C -d
that the princp'es t a common religion will
be daily inculcated, with the cnparuHed
health notoriously erjoytd here, mu-t, I
thick, ever command lioiu the city aud the
South generally, a large aud intelligent pat
ronage." For full particulars touching tbe Acdmy
building?, the healthfulness of the location,
Jtc &c, ic the reader is reft rred to Dr. El
liott "d card in another column.
jtfr- Col. J. II. McMahox. of the Memphis
Bulletin, recently j .intd the Minnt-Men of
that city "just for the fin of tb- thing."7
Subsequently be came down pretty Leavily
npon tbe company through h'vs paper, and
they were about to turn him out the otb'.r
day.' lie ought to secede.
Mr. W. F- G. Shanks has organizl a
tbeatical company in this ci'y, and will go
out to give the people of the principal towns
in this section a touch of the dramatic art
There are several talented actors and cctres3
es in tbe company. Tbey will go to Frank
lin first, thence to Columbia, aud on towards
The T. Iler-Jd of the 11 :b, says, "many
of oar Northern manufacturers de.pairiag
of seeing trade restored to i-n accustomed
channels, are preparing to transport tht.ir es
tablishments down South."
M m frees boko New3. Messrs G. T. and
R. K. IItXDtR3-s have sold their paper, tbe
Marfreesboro Xeurs, to Dr. R. V. Faix. late
of Shelby ville, who will take charge of it, as
editor aad proprietor, the first of January.
Elder Faix is the editor of the ZLrald of Truth,
Primitive Bjptist papr at Shelbyville,
which, after next week, will be pnbli-hed at
Jgf The kitchen and fcmoke house of Mr.
John Rexshiw, of Murhreesloro, were de
stroyed by fire last Saturday night.
Postal Coxditiox op Soctu Carolina.
Tbe poet-cEce expenditures ia South Caroli
na for tbe last reported fiscal year were
$319. (KO 10, and the r ceipts $10736 12,
ihowing an excess of expenditures over re
ceipts of $211.531 98," which 'the people of
tbe United States pay for the business and
social accommodation of that State.
Jocbxalism is New Yobk. Since the year
1836, no lew than forty-three newspapers
have been started ia New York City, aud
after a brief career have failed Some were
political, tome literary, and some religious.
It is impossible to estimate tbe amoontV
capital which was sunk in these cnterprl4'3.
- ' A Mammoth ll iusET's Na-T.Tb Slate
Agricultural Collection at Albany lia3T?-i
ceived, as a contribution, a hornet's nest five
'"feet ia circumference, that was fonnd in the
woods in Franklin Couuty by a party eearcb
Ing for & Lincoln pole. t i. , i '.
- 5rVTe are under oLligaiioos to our fnend
Pixx Neelet, agent of the Adam Express, j
rtuiaoeipuia aud rmw iguc papers xn.
drance of tbe mail.
Dec. 13. None.
.. DEPARTED. ' . '; '
; LinDnetQnka, J'adocah. J .1 '.
There ar three feet water, on the Shoals,
ant'the river is fallinsr. A ,yJ c''-'--
The Clipper, having been fully repaired, ar
rived at Cincinnati on - the 12tb.- She will
follow the Glentcood on a trip' to his port. "
Tbe steamboat irurnrr,'. which arrived at
St. Loots on.the.lltb..rcporta the day preri-co-,
the John H. Dickey . at Birmingham,
oallie -Wood aground "at foot of Lower Is
land ;. Carrier and C." E.' Ilillman at the bead
of a.n.e plaee. D. G. Taylor at Falcou
Elofls ; passenger packet "Wild Duck behiud
ber. Polar Star and Lebigh at Hat Island
Hannibal below Sheep Island; B. M. Ran
yau hard aground at same, on Illinois shore
-very, high wind this- afternoon, lay all
niht at Ilarlows. . . ..
The Lcxatic Asylum t nopsrxsvrLLE.
AVe learu from the Honkiusville Fret Press
that the Board of Managers i.f the Lunatic
Ayltim. recently destroyed by fire, have
purchased, at a cost of $4,500, the large
ballding the boarding bou-e 'of the young
ladies of Christian "College, in the northern
part of the town, and have placed all the
female patients in it. The male patients
have also been provided with coiufertable
quarters. Oae of them, named ' Alored,
jump.-d from a window in the second story ol
the Court Ilou.-e last Monday, breaking his
leg In two places.
The'Frie Vrtss states that thirty ol the pa
tients were missing after the fire. Six of
them have been returned, and it has been as
certained where six others are to be found.
We find in th-i Philadelphia Pres of
the 11th, a procl.uiaiion from Mayor LIexry.
calling a public meeting of the ciiiz"ns of
Philadelphia ou the 13th inst (yesterday;
"to counsel together to avert the dangers
which threaten our couutry."
IIobektsox Association. Uereafter tbe
Rob rtson Association will hold their meet
ings in tiie third story of the City Hall,
where a room will beset apart for tbe safe
keeping of articles of clothing and provision
that our citizens may contribute for tbe re
lief of tlie poor of the city. Oa Monday,
the 17th inst., the committee of the Associa
tion will be in attend iucc at the Hall from
3 to 5 o'clrck, to receive and distribute pro-vi.-;ous,
clothing end full.'- Tbe members of
the ' Association feel grateful to those who
have contributed to aid ns in our work of
charty, aud we assure them that we will do
all in our power to place their mite where it
will be appreciated and actually needed.
R. W. MacGAVOCK,
' Robertson . Association '"
On and after Monday, the 17th inst.. a
member of the Aiociatiou will be in attend
ance at their Hail, in the third story of tbe
Market House, (south t-nd.) from 3 to 5 o'
clock, to distribute such articles of uecesity
sis wc have under the oider of the Charity
Committee. No articles will be distributed
except an order is presented from the Com
mitteeman of the Ward in which the appli
Ward 1st. T. M. Brenuan. . . ;
" 2ad. Jo. G. Brown.
" 3rd. J. Flowers.
" 4th. James Plunkett.
5 L T. J. U ugh. '
" 6;h. Win. S:ockell.
" 7tb. J. W. Hoyte.
" 8th. S.C. Goodshall. ,
No member of tbe Committee mu.st give an
order lo a p-r.-on living out of his Ward, or
without making an examination in person
on the premise. Orders must be given ouly
for such things as are actually required.
R. W, MacGavock, President.
The Ct mraoa Council held a regular meet
ing last nibt. After reading .f the UrUal
reports, the regular business was suspended
(or the purpose ol goiusr into conven; in with
tin; B ard of Aldermen to elect a Watrir-Tax
Collector. Supero.ti odent of Wrtier-Woiks,
First and Secouu Engineers of Waier-Works,
rf'reet Overseer, Ke per of tbe Work-House,
Sexton ol tbe Ciiy Cemetery, and Wl)aif-Mas-ter,
for the en-oing year.
Mr. John L. Glenu was re-elected Water
Tax Collector oa first ballot.
Mr. J. M. S.-abnry was re-elected Superin
tendent ot Water-Woiks on fir-t ballot.
Mr. J. M. Keener was re-ekct. d First En
gineer f Water-Works on second ballot.
Mr. Jas. E. Petty was elected Second En
gineer of Wa'er-Woi ks on first ballot.
Mr. Jesse L. Dortch u-as re-eleettd Wnarf
M ister without opposition.
Mr. M. C. Cotton was re-elect' d Sexton
of ibe City Cemetery without opposition.
Mr. Ja-s. . Petilt was re-electe-d Street
Overseer on first ballot.
Mr. Win. Dix whs elecl"d Keep-r of the
Work-House ou first ballot.
The ilections having been made, the Con
vention adjourned, and the Cuinmon Coun
cil re-uimU the r.-ular buiness.'
Mr. Craiehead called up bill to reduce the
tax paid t y hotel and aieaaiboat ruuuers to
$30- l'a.-j d second reatliug.
A bill to tstabii-ha jd regulate a Detective
Police Department. ' PsWd ttiid reading.
Tbe bill pioTides that the Chief ol the
Department shall ire -ive SSOO a year the
subordinate Si a day. -
Mr. Ctaighead's bin to regulate the ex
penditure ol the Public School Fund passed
a second reading .
The Ci'innii'.t'-e to whom were referred the
petition ot Mueller L Ererett asking to Le
released from the tax on tbe Theatre, report
ed adversely to the petition, aud it was re
jected. Tti.' petition of Scott and others relative to
tax on hotels was rejected.
Petition of Teen. &, Ala. R. R. for pe-mis-sion
to build a wood shed. at their Depot for
Moiing treigbt. Gran ed. -
The Council then adjourned.
IIoIloMay's I'ills .Vre a sure remedy for
all sexual complaints, aud may be taken by females of
all ags, who are suffering troin aduwrgaaized system,
or those distressing diseasas m particalar which fre
quctiLy occur (from iuatienlioc) at the turn of life.
They are so mild that the must delicate female may
take them with perfect safety. ' .. ' docll-lw r
From the Ilome Journal, Xt w-York, August 27, JS59.
Ainoiig the many appareat trifles continually being
brought to the surface from the Meal under world of
the unknown, there are o-:casionally Eimple articles
costing but little in detail, but whot combined bene
Dt3, usefulness aad economy of time and money, ag
gregate on the basis of millions. Such an article is
Spalding's Prepared Glue'. ' Its' uses are Innumerable,
and as its cost is next to nothing, the demand for it is
universal.. It is prepared wil chemicals, and used
cold requiring but lutle skill or Urn for its applica
tion." " " decll-2vr '
' Coxpialnuo. We have heard repeatedly during tbe
last few days, persons computing of weakness and de
bility. We-areutd say to all Bach, gel some of MoLean's
i-ltrengihenicg Cordi.il and Btxd Purifier. It Is beyond
ail doubt the only remedy that will renovate and
strengthen the system. Thn immense demand for it
from all pars f.f the Cnitd Stales is ppoof enough of
its beii e tic ial eot".' 5Ve kubvr by experience that it
is a delicious remedy to tao. Ca.l aad try it- See
the advertisement ia another column.
deel AwlW f . :s - . " !-- ju" 'j s
Wasted. A&ituatiou in a grocery store,
or commission houe, where" I can be actively
employed, j I bava studied Book Keeping,
and think, with som& experience could take
cbarge'of tbe books, of a concern; salary to
object, reference given if required as to
character, Atc Apply at Roddick's Boarding
House, Cherry SU if Ihonld be absant leate
a note staling where I shall call. , . (
! ' " " "' GEO. iLERENCIL U'
1 Laterof "Amhc-rat county, YirginiaV i:
' V V
KJ J -From New York, i t JLv. 1 -l -
New York," Dec". 13. The Persia bad" ar
" Cotton sales Saturday 7,000 blps; of which
exporters" took 500 rales; ckng quiet bat
steady" Provisions quiet. '
London, Saturday evening. Cous ds 93
a93. . -
Victor' Emanuel arrived at Palermo on
the l"t, and was. enthusiastically received.
The Europe brings upwards of 100.000
specie. ------- .i ...... ,
The steamer North Briton has arrived at
Portland. - -
The Anglo Saxou arrived fiut on the 29tb.
. Discount rates were" reduced to 4 and 5 per
cent, on call.
The Empress Eugenia was enthusiastically
rcceivid at Manchester.
Italian affairs are unchanged..
It is reported that Francis has fled from
Pnis-ia and Sardinia will soon assume di
plomatic relations. "
Vettt bri is occupied by French troops by
the requestor the Ii iman Government.
Forty volunteersjrom the Duchy of Castro
invaded Apendenta and disarmed the Papal
soldierx aud hoisted the flag of Savoy.
The Papal Governor escaped lo Constan
tinople. The Port refused tbe Bulgarian communi
ty which proposed to secede as a siparate
Pitiiaiclmte. . ; " .
Tbe sliip Charles Sprague, from Deal to
New Orleans put into Qaceustovvn, having
lost her lorem.i.-U
Paris. lt. The Patrie says the revolu
tionary movements are inerea-ing in the
Abruzzi defiles ot Mount Yeliins, occupied
by Sardiuiau troops.
Naples. A reactionary demonstration
was caused by the Priests aud L.izzaroui,
which was suppressed, and several arrested.
Bourse Re-utes 70f 40c- '.,.'.
Loxdox. Bauk rates 5. American advi
ces caused considerable anxiety.
Tbe Louilou Times says that tbe shipments
of gold Irom England will immediately change
tlie whole character of the New York money
market.' - . -
It is rumored that Dauvergne, the French
Ambassador at Berlin, euortly succeeds
Several disturbances are reported in Hnn
gary. Bariug, Brothers & Co., say the sales ot
American stocks are unimportant, owing to
tbo American panic. .
Washington, Dec. 13. Tbe House was
;ccupiel with numerous resolutions on the
state of Public affairs, all of which were rc
lerted to ihe Union Committee.
Senate. Wiglall nu.de the most violent
seeesion speech of the session.
Ex-Gov. Thomas, of Maryland, was con
firmed as Secretary of the Treasury, aud Mr.
Weller Minister to Mexico. ;
The committee on tbe State of the Union
are conciliatory, but nothing has been con
cluded. South Carolina, through Mr. Mills, applied
to Secretary Floyd to purchase a quantity of
rifled Muskets, etc. Floyd said be bad no
power to sell United Stales arms, except
liiose condemned on inspection.
The resignation of Tte-cott, As.-istant Sec
retary of-State, is rumored.
The population of the country is ascer
tained to be about thirty-one millions, ma
king 133.000 requisite for a Representative,
fc-tijjATK. Johnson, of Tennessee, intro
duced joiut resolutions, proposing amend
ments to the Constitution,
r HecsE Tbe House agreed to tbe amend
ment reducing the denomination of Treasu
ry notes frrtn $100 to SjO. .
Other Congressional proceedings unim
portant. ?len Huns.
Memphis. Dec. 13.- A letter from Friar's
Point, Mississippi, says the Yigilance Com
mittee bung tliree carpenters lor inciting
Other Northerners were made to leave the
Lopisvtlle, Deo. 13 The river is rising,
with 7 feet water in the Canal.
Fort Kearney, Dec. 13 The California
Pony Express ot the first has arrived. Busi-ne-s
The Southern secession movement absorbs
the attentian of the people.
Oregon There are some Fymptoras ct an
alliance between tbe Indians on ihe eastern
border lor war against tbe whites.
Tlie British Brig of War, Camilla, was
lost in typhoon off Kamgawa on the 9th of
September. All bauds perished. - -
The bark Onwaid, with Chinese dates of
October 8-h, says the allied fleet was within
Mjdht of Pekiu.
The Emperor had fled. 300 000 Chinese
were killed. The latter statement is discred
ited. Sax Francisco The steamer Cortez sailed
on the first. She took but little treasure.
New York, Dec 13. Tbe steam-r Florida
which leti for Savannah on the 12lh returned
lo .New York in consequence of- a collision
The Bishop of L ireua has exconimuui
rated the clergy of ri.in la Cora for receiviug
Philadelphia, Dec. 13. At the Union
meeting resolutions were adopted, accedii.p
generally to the demands ot the South ou
lae lave question.
The Uuion Meeting resolutions were amen
ded o call a Convention of all the States in
stead of the seceding Stales.
Markets by Telesrapli.
New Okleans, D -c. 13. Cotton sales to
day 10.000 bales. Prices easier but quoia
lions are unchanged. Sujrar firm, 4Ja5J-.
Molasses 21a-5., C-rn firm. C0 i62. Freight,
to Liverpool 9-llia"-jj. : Oiaer article uu-chang-
Arrived. Belmont, from Liverpool; bark
Grand Turk, fr-;n New Yoik.
Cincinnati, Dec. 13. Flour dull: sab-s 300
I bis 4 10; corn 32; O.ns dull, 27; Whisky
14J; mess pork, sales 700 bbls 14 00al4 23;
laid dull. SiaSJ; sugar 6a7J.
New York, Dec. 13. Cotton Sales 3.500
bales, including 1.500 bales in transitu. M.d
dliug upland 10. Flour, sals 12,000 bbls.
$4 50a4 GO. Corn, sales 39.000 bushels 61a
65. Mess pork dull, sales 400 bbls. $16 12a
16 25. Lard steady, sales 230 bbls. 9al0J.
Notes oa the CITY BANS
taken at par in exchange for
Wiaes, Liquors, Cigars, etc.,
at the lowest cash rates, or in
payment of old Debts, by
A. SIVA & CO.,
Wo. 30 Ncrth Market St.
The proprietor of Dr. S. 0. Richardson's Concentra
ted Sherry Wine Bitters, baa long since rceived tbe
thanks of thoasands of invalids who have been bene
fitted by the use of that valuable and extraordinary
City Bank Xotes
Taken at par, by Myers, Hunt &. Co., in
settlement of accounts, or for Buggies, Car
riages, i-C I - ;.- dec 3-d 1 w
. SAUEIl KRAUT.
Fifteen Barrels Sauer Kraut for sale at No.
39 Market street, and at H. S. French dc
Son's, by JOHN M. WILLIAMS.
nov29-tf ' - -
Property for Sale.
B- H. Short and others vs. P. Peacher and others.
BY virtue of a decree in this cause at its October
term, 1SSU, I will at J'eacher's ilill in Montgom
ery co., Tenn. , on the lS'.h day of December next, sell
to Ihe highest buiilcr, the luilowiiig properly: The
Real Estate. will be divided into smaller tracts to suit
purchasers, to wit : the Farm on which P. Peacher
now lives, containing 6C6 acres. There is on this
Farm a good Tobacco cieimuery, witn first rate
screws 1 ill also sell the large Flouring Mill, known
as IEAC1IEK'S MILL. This UU has a never-failing
water power, aad is situated in tbe heart of a fine wheat
growing country. Also, 309 acres of land, known as
the "John A. tiliot tract," also 47 likely uud valuable
XtXiROhS, 40 line Mules, 3 Mares and Colts, 3 Horses,
50 head ot Cattle, 00 heaJ or thotp, 200 tiogs, 200,000
Staves,' 3000 Flour darrels, a large lot of farming im
plement, including a Keaper and Thresher, one Car
riage ana Harness, 1 Buggy and Harness, 0 Wagons
and Harness, 1 Sett Blacksmith's fools, and household
and kitchen Furniture, and the present crop of Cora
and Tobacco. - . . - . .
' Tlie Real Estate will be sold on a credit of 1, 2, 2 and
4 years, bond and security and lien required, on the
peronai property, all sums of 15 and uuder cash- the
balance m 12 mcnths, with Interest from dale; bond
aad security required of ihe purchaser.- Property Dot
delivered until the terms ol the sale are compiled with.
. ihe gab will continue from day lo Uayuuulail the
property is sold. A fine Barbecue wiU be prepared,
ud everybody Is Invited to atlend aud make the pro
perty bring Its full value. B. O. KLEStE,
devl2-tds. Special Commisaioiier.
DAILY PATRIOT OFFICE, "I
Xashville, December 14th, 18-0. j '
Mi. thing ecu.- transpired in the money market yes
terday. Cncarrent funds reman without change.
Exchange scarce at Wednesday's prices.
Ihe LouisviLe Journal of yesterlay fays
The money market is unchanged, and there ate re
a ly uo rat.-s for s ioi t pi r. dorrowr lake it at
any rite at which it can be obtained aud capittlisls
demand and obtain almost fabulous usury. Currency
aad exe hmge are a j before, wth bat little demand
t'-r the la ter at 1 fl cent. pre:n uiri'i r New York and
cent, premium tor Sevr Orleans.
In the New York Slock F-Xc'.iango on the 12th Ten
nessee Bonds sold at 71 cents, anotner improvement.
CoTTJVWe quote at 64(,Sc.
TOBACCO Loose, leaf lc ft.; lugs li2c
CHEESE Western Reserve 11(311 per pound.
FLOCR We quote -
Suprfiue, in barrels...!...;..' $5 00 ' -
Extra, " a 6 252)6 50
" iu sacks v. ........ 3 00,3 25
W HEAT This ai ticle is scarce, and will sjII readily
at $1 25(31 85 p--r bushel:
BAC Shoulders 9c; olear sides 12c; hams
12u per ft. .
CORX White75c per bushel; mixed 70c.
OATS 4500c per bushel. .
LARD Sjpply limited. Sales at 13A12.&C per ft
MtAL Is EelUug at 75c bushel.
FKATHEtt-! We qu te at 37(33Sc e ft.
GINSENG 30c fl ft- -
G.iUCEf.IES We quote: Fair sugar 7c ft.; prime
to choice tie-, in barrels alc advance on
theso Bu'-es. .
. New York 0ff.-e Sugars 10iffllliS ft., crushed
and p wdered ll!i(gl2c; Laril(31c ft.
MOLA-SE3 AN'U SY-CP M1 6ses in birrela 35c
f( gal ; half barnsls 40 j; Sugar House 43(345c; Golden
Syrup in barrels 75c; ha f bor.eU 80c; and kegs (ten
COKFEE Kio 14iljc; Laguyra 1718c; Java 18
rCOc fl ft- Stock lislit.
TEA Imps, iul 60c$l ; Gunpowder 8D75c; Young
H. sun 4CH&(10:; Black t'0cil 50.
SALT We quolo Cjarie Sai k at $1 25; aad Fine at
$1 50; aud Barrel at 40 bushel.
COTTON" YARNS The fo.lowing are the Agents'
quoti ious for Co t m Yarns: 700 and SCO 9c doz.;
600 10 H 0 Uc. , and 400 12e.
WHISKY lit ct. fled is heldat 20,323c ?1 ga!lon,and
count y at 0;5; gallon, according to quality.
CANDLES S ar ISc ft tor light weight; 20c for
full weight. Tallow, summer pressed, 12c; Sperm 45
(350 1 ft.
RAISINS Layer $0(33 25 b x; W. R. $2 502 75.
SOAP- Terpentine $2 252 75 ) box.
Is RAX SI 10 $ cwl
HAY $24,32g 'S ton.
RYE S (a$l 00 bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 bu-hel.
DK1ED FRCIT Apples, peeled, 4045c; Peaches,
unpeeld,$l lo:Zl 25; peeled do $232 25.
TEA XUl'S Demand good at C5g75c fl bushel.
Clucinuaii illoney itiarkct.
Ci.va.vxATi, Dec. 11. P.M.
The wor.-t feature rf tbe money market to-day was
the nervousness exhibiied in KxcLuine dealings and
the further udvauce tstabls iel m lue preuuu.ii on
New YorK checks. This is the result mainly of a
scarcuy , hicu i t.:e mtnrai co..seqience of t:ui dead
luck iucoinmTci.il c reles. l.at week luercanlile
eliecks were in 'air sr-p.'ly; but for several cays (-ast
the ofl'erii.gs h-ive been msUuiticant, pi-oduce ehip
meuts h:iv;n almost entirely ceased. Tane bills on
.New Yurkare m-t oileriiig, for tue reas n that b Hik
ers are uo; buyi g luem ai pres.-nl, prefer: lLg to con
fine tli ir eisc Hint bu.on ss to local jKtper. u ordi
nary t ines bills brought here, when occasion requir
ed, could be sold iu New Y.u k, and thus our bankers,
l aving maturing p ier there, could se.l it and draw
au'uiliat it at sight, iluiti.is cannot be done now, mid
hence dealers are compelled to rely altogether upon
the r owu resources, the rate to-iiay was 1 prem.
buying niui l,'a prji. so.ii. g, and at tue latter figure
the demand wiu supplied with ditllculty. There is no
cimn.'o u Phil ile pliia or Baltimore, except that the
latter is very dimci a of sale at t e quotati.ms. Gold
was in demund at 2c premium, witu a very limited
BLpply. We quote:
New York Sight ...... 1 prem. 1JJ prem.
B-Sion 1 " li "
Philaaeihia tight )a'l dis par
Balt:m"re 23.3 " 1 dis
New Orleans pur i prem
American Goid 1 prem- prem. -
Cixcinxati, Dec. 11 P.M.
Flour gets no help, either from a shipp ng demand
or from speculators, and throughout the week has
urafged ueaviy t $li'34 25 fur uprnne, and thence
tj a for extra and family. There seem to be re. 6-
n to hope that the eflbris mad.; by the t.fti ;ers of tho
Mei chants' Lxcliange to prticure tome reforms iii our
inspections, will be successful.
Whea. bus had but an iuaillereut market during the
week, wi h pr.ces on a coi.iiauaily i,eclioin, bcale,
until thny re icued t-0c fur Red. Today, th re was
more doue than in all the p evious five cay- of the
we k, and p ices were mtde somewhat irregular,
with an iinprovius; tendency. There were saies of
prime White at 90c, of god do at 85c, of lair at 80c,
o. prune ttcd at 87 i3c aud at lOc.
Corn is iu fair demauu at 3.c, but is not taken free
ly by nistiilers, whilst hisky is su low.
oau hinge upen 2Su as the '.urning point to work
lower or higher, as 10 receipts increase or diminish.
To-day, til y were du.ltitthis tigure.
Bat ky has a liuic bett.-r maraet to-day than it has
had ou: iug t ie. ween, at 75j for l'r me.
Kye is taken, by oniy a very moderate demand, at
54e to 5 Jc.
WmsKy d clined to day to 13c, but at this figure
had a .ood ma. k. t.
Prov s.ous have been very inactive, although there
is aim fct uail , a fan onier nemand foi Mess Pork, and
some shi ping dema..d for BuIk Meats. To-day i here
appeared to ue Kts i.ei ve in the market than usual,
uuuer the li.fluenc of which, good brauus of mess
were sol i lor u xt w.-ck at $la 60, an i bestb.-.uds
wi re e .s.ly to be h .d at 14 00, witu sales f 4 0 bbls.
We learn mat i He s oi g o a quul.ty , on ihe spot, were
made at $13 50. Lira is not Ire ly taken ntbjc.
Uu.k meats are to be had at 5 yz(&-6?i for SiiouUei s
audsmes. A -ale of t.o-lauer was ui.de at6)J,80
days in sa t. Green meals are quoted at 43, 5i , t
lor Shoulders, Siues and Han. 8, but have a very iu
dillerent mai ket. Bacon Shoulders and bides are gel
ling at t(i!,Sc. .
Have come in quite slowly all the week, but, never-iue.es-,
the maiket has r mai ec depressed and spir
itless, it ver. ttri.ehard lo u a main t, but not
being able to get the fac I. ties f.ir putting up ma gins,
tuey ca not s e.l as in uruiuary seis n-, t ke lae
alternative of packing wuen they do not nei iheir pri
ces PacK. rs are t.ot eu ouraged to take hold n a
m ilhstauding the t u t t.iat p ices ru'e now full ne
d. ilr lower thau the figures at wuich tiny wrre will
iug at tlri to ope i t e mo. ket. The p ices to d y
i ai.ge from 54 75 to $ i. Although there were sales
below our lowed quotations, si. II they were 1 gut
nogs, aud goo I a. erases a pe .red lo be a little more
sale .bte at ; 4 9035 taai for a day or two past.
LSank Note aud Excua ge L.tnt.
All Tenn. B'k Notes
Bank of America
Ia dridge Rtnk.. .
Louisiana Banks 1 dis
Mobile 1 dis
Missouri 10 dis
Slate Bauk Ala 5 dis
l entral 5 dis
Commercial B'k 5 dis
All good east'n B'k.. 10 dis
Carolina & Geo..3(a 5 dis
X. West'n B'k Ga 10 dis
North Carolina 10 dis
Iwrenceb'g Bank..nos ile
Bank of Tazewell 5 lis
" Claiborne 51:f
Citizen's BK,Mem..no sale
liank ol Jetrerson . . . . J-0 d it
Exoliange Huik 90 diy
Kentucky Banks ldi
Xew Or leans
New York selling
. 2 pre
. 5 pre
. 2 pre
. 2 pre
Ohin Banks 2 disiBaltimore.....
Indiana State Bank.3 odsiLouisviile.
Agrtault'l B'k Browns
Memphis Saviug Inst.
Min. & Manuf. Bank, -
Bank of Trenton. broke
Farm's 4 Merch'ts Bank,
American . . .SgSpre Silver
40 acres, per acre.. no sale 1 120's.
SO's no sale j ISO
.. no sale
V II E E L E K & W I L S 0 S! S
. ; - NEW I31PROVE31EJXTS
- - " ' AT
REDUCED PRI CES.
r IHE Wheeler k Wilson Manufacloring Company
X having gained Ai-L their suits at law with in
fringing. Manutacturers of Sewing Machines, propose
thai the public shall be benefitted thereby, and have
accordingly reduced ihe price of their Sewing Ma
chines. , After this date they will be sold at rates that
will pay a fair profit on the cost of manufacture, capi
tal invested, and expense of making sales, such prices
as will eaable them lo make first class Machines, and,
as neretoforo, guarantee them in every particular.
C. It. PAIISOA S, A gent,
Office over John York Jfc Co.'s Book Store,
decll-tf ' UNION' FT., NASHVILLE.
Willimantic linen Company's
; PA TEXT FIXISII
H io o I U v c a i .
THIS Thread is made expressly for Sewing Machines
and is pronounced by competent judges to be the
best thread in the market for Machine or hand sewing
For sale b the case or dozen at factory pnees at the
efflea of Wheeler k Wilson. C. K. PARSONS,
rTnnE Copartnership heretofore existing nnder the
JL stylo of -Edwards, Gilkenoo & Co., is. this day
di.olved by mutual consent. J. K. Gilketon retir
ing frjm the firm-. -L; . .
July 15, 1860. JO. Eil WARDS,
J. K. GILKESOX,
' . v.-- -J.i..-r'.r- K. P. rJXVAKDS. ,
P. B. HARRIS. ' E. P. CDWABDS.
EDViAItDS, HARRIS & CO.,
StTOCKSSOKS TO LDWAKDS, OIUKKSOS k CO.) . ( .
- i WIrl. CONTINUK THE - v
F0KW1RMXG m C0MISI0X BUSOESS
At tlu old stand, eorrur of College and Ckurck tts.
July 16tr-. ' ' ; .
W. A. JOIIINSON & CO.,
: NEW ORLEANS. ;
a. f. jiKTurs.
. . KIRXTATBICC.
K I KK PATRICK & CO.,
C03HJ1SSI0.X U FORWiRDi.XG MERCHANTS,
No. 27 NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,) "
- - NEW OULEANS, fcA'
1 novj it .. .......
It. F. XSVINS.
KIUKPATRICK & CO.,
COMISSIOX & FOSWAEDIXG MERCHANTS,
NO. 2T NATCHEZ STREET,
(Between Magazine and Camp,)
Xew Orleans,' La.
CLARK, GREiiORY & CO.,
SOLE PROPRIETORS OF
C L AUK & FULLER'S
To whom all orders most be addressed.
Agency of all the Standard Patent Medicines
Ladies' Oil Toilet Cream. Cocoanut .
21 College Street, Opposite Sewanee Honse,
Nashville, Tenn. .
mar22-tf - .... ' .' '.' ."
MORE JVEGR0ES IX A CASE !
ANOTHER LOT OF THOSE FINE
Among which may be found every SHADE of the
A very large assortment of
to wholesale, at 44 Union street.
apr21-tf " " - J. W. LAXGLEY. "
- TO PLEASE EVERYBODY AT ; - .
W 11 O Ia li S A Ia 11,
RANGING from thirteen cents t one dollar per
iwund, purchased with a view to ;'..
And will be sold with the same "hideous monster," in
Also, a much largerstock of
Cigars. rtt?!?t Pipes, &c,
Than can be shi.v. u . any other house in the State.
All of which will bo lower than can be bought else
where in the city.
J. W.Ia ANGLE Y,
aug.25-tf ' 44 Union street
W. A. JOHNSON & CO.,
Cotton Fac tors,
27 CARONDELET STREET 27
New Orleans, La.
sep5-tf " .
The Largest Stock of
Ever Shipped to Nashville.
iS now being received by the undersigned, embracing
every possible grade, at much lower figures than for
ten years past.
Jobbers, as well as dealers generally, are Invited to
STOCK AND PRICES,
As I promise them bargains such as tbey have not had
for TEN YEARS. J. W. LANGLEY,
july2S-tf . . No. 44 Union street.
1 HEAP STOVES.
WE have upwards of 200 Heating stoves for Coal
or Wood, of all sty les and sizes. .
GAS AND SMOKE BURNING STOVES,
SEVEN AND TEN P.LATB STOVES.
All of which we will sell at cost (with freight added)
for cash. MACKENZIE MLN't-HLV,
sept22-tf No 6 C dlege Street.
taias and Umbrellas.
FINE lot received to-day, and a variety of Combs,
t. Brushes, Porte Monies, Purses, Traveling Bags,
Dressing Cases, &c, all selluig at low rates.
seu3-u J. H. McGILL
Ground Feed for Stock.
N additional supply just received and for sale
by BENJ. F. SHIEIdS k CO.,
may 10 - -- ' - - 27 College street. "
Tempesl's Fro ars.
WE have on hand several . dozen Quarts
and Half Gallons of those ns Fruit Jars.
The simplest, cheapest and best article yet invented for
the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Strawberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Raspberries I
Tempest's Jars preserve Blackberries t
Tempest's Jars preserve Pie Plant I
Tempest's Jars preserve Peaches !
Tempest's Jars preserve Plums I
Tempest's Jars preserve Quinces !
Tempest's Jars preserve Cherries t
Tempest's Jars preserve Tomatoes I
We have a full supply of Arthur's Glass, Stone and
Tin Jars of all sizes.
ALSO. Ludlow's Glass and Tin Jars, all sizes which
we are o tiering at cost price, as we feel assured that
Tempest's Stone Jars
mast supercede all others. .
junett-tr MACKENZIE k MTXCHLV.
DR. JOHN W. MORTON,
Ees ence; Cor. Co ege and Watkins' Avenue
. (rommtT lass stbext
OFFICE NO. 63 NORTH CHERRY STREET.
Selected Lump Coal,;.
rHE finest lot of Selected Lump Coal is to be found
at the jEtna Yard, where it is sold at the low
price of 21 cents per bushel. Drop your orders in Box
No. 84 P. O., and they will be promptly attended to
SAMUEL J. AGNEW.
feb3-tf. t Yard back of N. C. R. R. Depot.
Of American Portraiture. ,
Corner of Union and! College Streets.
THIS establishment, the most extensive in the South
west, still continues to be the resurt of the fashion,
and beauty of our country, which fully endorses the
sentiments of thousands, that it is the great MpO
RICM for .
Photographs!. - V", ? . , .
, .... itlelainotvpes! . -
, and Ainbrotypes!
At this boose all pictures are warranted to please or
no charge will be made. . . . . ..
We would especially invite the community and our
friends in general to visit our great Hall of Portraiture,
where pictures of the most celebrated Statesmen, aad
Divines can be seen, viz : His Excellency President
Buchanan, the Vice Presides t, His Excellency Gov.
Johnson, Hon. Cave Johnson, A. V. Brown, J. A. Mc
Ewing, Eph. H. Foster, and a thousand others of eele
briety Bishops Pierce, Kavanaugh, Early, Payne,
Bttscom, Soule, Andrews, and Bev. Dr. Edgarrfto.r &c
Copies of the above can had at low price at any
time.' . . -- - :; r . aprli-tf.
R. f. X.TU3.
. 6ao. w. Brmgvcs
LYLES & HITCHIIJGS,
':y Ho. 33. Cedar street", , :;; .'"',
4 asliYillc. 'rcniiessee,
WILL at all times Iwy Negroes suitable for tbs Ne-w
Orleans market. - All persons having Negroes to
sell will please give us ft caU.
July21-tf LYXES k HITCULVGS.
1 Dissecting Instrcmests
ALARGE'fttoek: of DISSECTING rNSfTRPMENTS
mai.ufactured by Tieman, of New York, just re
ceived and lor sale, by t KALN'S. BROWN k CO. ,
ocUSf 5 o- Ci lilt r, 'i. I V t j.X '
; : : VJDicJtin' New Bobli,
SHORT ST0RI3,' joat Ireceivedjand for sal by
nel2 JOHNTOBK ft CO
Thk AKiKiAKarios of LAiaciGEA- There is a grow
ing lendenoy in this age to approrriate the most ex
pressi ve words of other languages, and after a w hil
to Incorporate them into our own ; thus the word Ce
phattc, which ia from the Greek, signify bag "for the
head," ia now becoming popularized u connection
with Mr. Spalding's great Headache remedy, but it
will aoon be used in a more general way, and the word
Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and
many others whose distinction as foreign wurda has
been worn away by common usage until they sacm
"native and to the manor born."
Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this haflernoon, handl
stepped into the hapothecarios hand says hi lo the man
"6an you hease me of an 'eadache?" "Does il hacbe
'ard," says 'e. "Hexceedingly," says hi, hand upon
that 'e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor it
cured me se quick that 1 'ardly realized I 'ad an 'ead
ache. Hkasachi is the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever trom tbe natu
ral state of the braiu, and viewed in this light it may
be looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of
disease which might otherwise escape attention, till
too late to be remedied ; and Its indications should
never be neglected. Headaches may be classified un
der two names, viz : Symtomalic and Idiopathic
Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly common and is
the precursor of a great variety of diseases, among
which are Apoplexy, Gout, Rheumatism and all febrile
diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of dis
ease of tbe stomach, constituting rick headache, of
hepatic disease constituting bilious headache, ot worms,
Cunstipation and other disorders of the bowels, as
well as renal and uterine affections. Diseases of the
heart are very frequently attended with Headaches ;
Anaemia and plethora are also affections which fre
quently occasion headache. Idiopathic Headache is
also very common, being usually distinguished by the
name of nervous heanache, sometimes coming on sud
denly in a stale of apparently sound health, and pros
trating at once the mental and physical energies, and
in other instances it comes on slowly, heralded by de
pression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In moat in
stances the pain is in the front of the head, over one
or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting ;
under this class may also be named A'euralgia.
For the treatment of either class ot Headache the
Ophalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy,
relieving tbe most acute pains in a few minutes, and
by its subtle power eradicating the diseases of which
Headache is the nneering index. '
Bridget. Missus wants you to sead her a box of
Cephalic Giue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills, but I'm
thinking that's not just il naither ; but perhaps ye'll
be afther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead
and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some
more of that same as relai ved her before.
. Druggist. You must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Bridget Och I sure now and you've sed it here's
the quart her and giv me the Pills and don't be all day
about it aither.
Constipation or Costiveness.
No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so pre-
valent, so little understood, and so much neglected as
Costiveness Often originating in carelessness, or
sedentary habits ; it is regarded as a slight disorder
of too little consequence to excite anxiety, wnile in re
ality it is tbe precursor and companion of many ol the
most fatal and dangerous diseases, and uuiess eariv
eradicated it will bring the sufferer to an untim iy
grave. Among tbe lighter evils of which costiveues
is tbe usual attendant, are Headache, Colic, Rheum t
tisin, Foul Breath, Piles and others of like nature,
whilo a long train of frightful diseases such as Malig
nant Fevers, Abcesses, Dysentary, Diarrheoa, Dyspep
Bia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypo
cbondrasis, Melancholy and Insanity, first indicate
their presence in the system by this alarming symp
tom. Not unfrequently the diseases named originate
in Constipation, but take on an independent existence
unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage. From
all these considerations it follows that the disorder
should riceive immediate attention wheuever it oc
curs, and no person should neglect to get a box of Ce
phalic Pills on the first appearance of the complaint, as
then- timely use will expel the iusiduous approaches or
disease and destroy this clangorous foe to human life.
: A Heal Blessing.
Physician. Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache?
Mrs. Jones. Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you
sent c ired me in just twenty minutes, and I wish you
would send me more, so that lean nave tnem nanuy.
Phuticsan. You can eet them at any Druggists.
Call for Cephalic Pills, I find they never tail, and I re
commend them in all cases of Headache.
Jfrt. Jones. I shall send for a box directiy, and
shall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real
blessing. . ,
Twbstt Millions of Dollars Savkd. Mr. Spalding
has sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Pre
pared Glue, and it is estimated that each bottle saves
at least ten dollars worth of broken furniture, thus
makingan aggregate of twenty millions of dollars re
claimed from total toes by this valuable invention.
Having made bis glue a household word, he now pro
poses to do the world still greater service by curing all
the aching heads with his Cephalic Pills, and if they
are as good as I is Glue, Headaches will soon vanish
away like snow in July.
8f Over Excitement, and the mental care and anx
iety incident to close attention to business or study,
are among the numerous causes of Nervous Uaadache.
The disordered state of mind and body incident to this
distressing complaint is a fatal blow to all energy and
ambition. Sufferers by this disorder can always ob
tain speedy relief from these distressing attacks by
us inn one of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It quiets tbe overtasked brain, aud
soothes the strained and jarring nerves, and relaxes
the tension of the stomach which always accompanies
and aggravates the disordered condition or the brain
Fact worth kxowtxo. Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Nervous Headache, costiveness and General uebiiity.
Grkat Dbtovkkt. Among the most important of
afll the great medical discoveries oi mis age may i
considered tl system or vaccination lor proieciu
from Small IVal. the CeDhalic Pill for relief of Head
ache, and the tue of Quinine for the prevention of Fe
vers, eithe r of which is a sure specific, whose benefits
will be experienced by suffering humanity long after
their discoverers are forgotten.
' X3Dm you ever have the Sick Headache t Do you
remember the throbbing temples, the fevered brow,
the loathing and disgust at the sight of food. How
totally unfit you were for pleasure, con versat ion or
study. One of the Cephalic Pills would have delivered
you from all the Buffering which you then experienced.
For this and other purposes you should always have a
box of them on hand to use as occasion requires.
By the use of these Pills the periodic attacks tf
Nervous Side Headache mT be prevented ; and ir
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
; They seldom fail in removing the iVotuea and Hean
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon tbe bowels, removing tww
.. -., r o,..7. TUiifrAtA Vpmales. and
- or s.uerary J.. f
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Laxative. Improving the appetite, giving tone and vyjor
.k. aiti,.. m-ran .nil restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of tbe whole system. .
The CErrlAlJ'' - ire ira ram ' ""f
tigation and carefully conducted experiments, having
oeen in use wtxuj j ci r-, Uu uig j -
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and
suffering from Headache, whether originating in the
. ..... .. fr-n & itorftnaoil slot, iif th .lM. 1
ffemw J nn-i.. n ii wm "h1- w -'-
. They are entirely vegetable tn their comp 'sition,
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety with
out making any enange of diet, nul tae ataenca cj any
disaarteablt tost rends, it tan to administer than to
f BEWARE IT COUNTERFETrS I
The genuine have fire signatures of Henry C. Spald
ing on each Box. , ' -j
Sold by Druggists aad' all other Pealrrs in Meditlnes.
, A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt os." the
PHICJR 25 CUNTS.
j Altera sbuld be addressed to J
HENRY C. SPALDING, '
noT21-d.twrwwLy 44 Cadj j StreeV, Kew-TorkJ
w r-., w v
e - .
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
IE0N purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com.
bustion in Hydrogen, of biga medical anthor.
iry and extraordinary efficacy in each, of tie
following complain 4 viz. :
DJsrLirz, jtesvous affecttoaS. rn-Vi
ciati0k, dyspepsia, diarbhea, c0nst1
p47i0h. .ceoftjla, salt khettm, scttevy,
jaundice, lives complaints jrhetjma
tism. mercurial consequences, tnthh
mtttext fevers, neuralgia chronic
headaches, female weakness. mis-
hLENSTSUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc
PIMPLES ON 'SZ FACE, E0UCHNESS OF
THE SKIN, etc -
The IRON being absorbed by tbe blood, and
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder
Th.3 experience of thousands daily proves tbat
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of tie blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
tickly complexions indicat9 its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In U cases cf
f;ma'e debility (3uor albus, chlorosis, etc.), its
eCacts are delightfully renovating. Nfl remedy
has ever been discove ed, in the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts rach prompt, happy,
end Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wtti an unusual disposition for active anc
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorativ
it has no superior and no substitute.
Put cp Iii neat flat metal boxen contain? &
rttl pills, prire 50 cents jm.t box s six bokr.
'J SO; tne tiozen boxes. S OO. For pale by
Orusrslsts generally. Will be sent free to
any Ailcirrs on receipt of tbe price. All let
ters. ortlt-rs, t-., slutuld be addressed t
K. B. LOCKE & CO.,
333 BllOAUWAV, IV V.
above la a fae simile at" tbr
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
Slresigtnecing Cordial aud
The Greatest Remedy in the World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a BCi
entitle and Vege
procured by me
rbs and HorK
ellow Dock, Blood
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
The entire active
of each imrredient
is thoroughly ex
traeted by my new
method of distilling,
Mors takiiis.cious. exbderatms itter takim .
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
tbe diseased system, ana restoring the sick, sufiurmg
and debilitated Invalid to Health aud Strength.
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jaun
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver oi
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn , In ward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or sufibcating feeling when lying
down, Dryness or Yellowness of the bkin and Eyes,
NiL'bt Sweats, Inward fevers, fain iu the small ol the
Back, Chest or Side, sudden flash of Ileal, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the skin, and
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Million of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Jfc
Lean's Strengthening Cordial will cure you?
No languaee can convey an adequate idea or me im
mediate aud almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness tbe
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to lis
prestine health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause.
will find McLeau's Mreoglheuiug cordial a tnorougi
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will find in
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy
TO THE LADIES,
McLean's Mrengthenins Cordial
Is a sovereign aud speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence ol
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases incident to
Tltete Is no mistake Abont It.
Sutler no longer. Take it according to directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
the bloom of health to mount your check again. Every
bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
FUR CHILDREN. -
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted. Me
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and you will be convinced
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you some Bitter, or Sarsaparilla
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just
aseood. Avoid such men. Astior jiojjean s.-trenirtu
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is the only
remedy that wUl purify the Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen me system.
One tablesnoonful taken every morning fasting, is
certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put op in
Price only $1 per bottle, or S bottles for $5
J. 11. 11CL.EA.N,
Sole Proprietor of this CordiaL Also, McLean's V
cauic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine sts.
St. Louis. Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY k DEMOVTLLE, Nashville
and all respectable uruggists everywhere
' EcoNOiYry.' 1st-
At accidents iciU happen, even in veil reffulaied fami
lies it is very desirable to have some cheap and conve
meat way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, ke.
SPALDING'S PEEP AILED GLUE
- i -.w r.
meet? all such emergencies, auu u uuim-w. "
ford to lie without it. It is always ready ana up 10 tne
sticking point. There is no longer s necessity for
lirnrnn chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls and
broken cradles. It is just the article for eooe-sneu ana
other ornamental work, so popular wita taaiea ro
i nement and taste. .
Thn uimirable nremration U used cold, being chetn-
itl!v held in solution, and possessing all the valuable
oualities of the best cabinet-maker's Glue. It may be
. . .. . .. . : l,An ....... I V
used m me ptace m orumarj innviuo, mum ..ij
more adhesive. ' i ' '
'LSEFCL IN EVfcKI BULSE." '
If . b. A Brush accompanies each bottle. Priee, 25
cents. , - 1 . -" .
Wholesale Depot, No. 4S Cedar street, New York.
Address, HXNET C. SPALDING & CO.,
Box, No. o,600, New York
Pnt tin for Dealers in Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens a beautiful Lithographic Shew
Card accompany ing each package.
A single bottle of SPALDING'S PREPARED
G1AK will save ten times its cost annually to every
hoasehold.-C - .
Sold by all prominent Stationers, DruggisW, Hard
ware and Furniture Iiealers, Grocers and Fancy Stores
Cutrtry merchants should make s note f SPA1,
DLSli-ii rREPARED GLCE, when making up their list
t will stand any climate. t janlo-ly
SOBEBT HOOKS. MATTHEW ADDT.
ROBERT MOORE & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
' . ' JVO. 49 WALNXn STREE1,
- I. Ciucinnati, Oliio.
OFFES for sale m lots ' '
1000 Barrels Flour, Bupcrtae to extra family;
700 Bushels Clover Seed; ;
Herds Grass; .
00 " Stripped ana aui ' T.TZ
. 1000 boxes Western Reserve, English lairy a
laLSSied OHS. Bacon, Grain, Candles, Soap,
Cerdage, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, te. ,,ftinn
We tiare ample facihties and give proifcpt
to purchase of Merchandise required by the South
rXeT to the i. of Coitoa 11 and Bloom
iSilprirf Fmlt, and Preducs fsneraii.;
ir iiim iii
Save thn Pieces!
F A :IN KILLER!
. FAULT SECIfDE CF TBE AGE!
WE ak the attention of tbe trade and the public te
this long and anrivalled -
. nrj.ii wli. Weak Stomaek smA
General Debility, Indigestion, Crump and
SUmtack, Oorni Cbmptainl, CUic, Inarrhaa, Cholera,
And for Pever and Ague,
maliinir better. It has been lavorably knows
for morehl an twenty years to be the
- ONLY SCRE SPECIFIC
for tbe many diseases incident to the human fa 41
Internally and External If
it works equally sure.
What stronger proof of these beta can e produced
than the following letter received unsoticUtifroai Keri
A. W. Curtis :
Roheo, Mai-oohb Co., Mich.. July 8.18c a.
MiSSSS. J. N. llAjLKJS Co., - . ,
Gentlemen .- The confidence I have m Ferry liavie
Pain killer as a remedy for Colds .Coughs, Burns Sprain
and Rheumatism, for the cure of which 1 have success
fully used it, it. duces me to cheerfully recommcoo Urn
virtues lo others.
A lew months aco I had recourse to it to destroy s
ffclou ; although I had never heard of ns being used for
mat purpute . out iiavmg sucereu mieueeiy imu iw -mer
one, and having no other remedy at hand, I applied
the Pain Killer freely for about tilteen minutes at eve.
ning, and repealed the application veiy brwliy the next
morniue. which eutarely destroTed the ictuu.and in
creased my conlideiice in the utility irf the remedy
Yours truly, A. n. CCK11S,
- Minister of the Wesley an Methodist Ctturoh. r
TKE PAIN KILLER
has been tested in every variety of climate . and by
almost every nation known to Americans. Il is the
constant companion and inestimable friend oi the mis
sionary and traveller, on sea and land, and no one
should travel on our I-A1v1lS or Kl UU w lique t lij
Be sure you call for and get the gen a me pain Eilier
as many Vkorthiess nostrums are attempted to be sold
on the great reputation ot this valuable medicine.
JK-Direcliotis accompanying each bo tlie.
fcoid by dealers every where.
Price cts., 60 els. and $1 per bottle.
J.N. HARRIS & CO.,
Proprietors for the Western and Southern States c
Sold by W W Berry & Demoville and twin, Pendleton
k Co. Nashville. Tenn: S Manhedid Co, Memphis,
Tenn; J Wright k Co, Scovii k Mead, New Orkranrs
Edward Wilder, Louisville, Ky; John 1) Park, Cmcio
DIt. S. O. lUCllAUDSOiVS
The Celebrate d Xew Ensland Eemedy
Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General DebQily, and el
jJiseases ansingjrom a ifisoraerea Stomach,
Liner or liovxls.
THEY are are used and recommended by leading
Physicians of the country, and all who use them
pronounce them invaluable.
lr James L. ljeepere writes from Navarre. Stark en.
Ohio, " The bitters are highly praised bv those suner
ingfrom indigestion, dyspefKia and hver complaint.
b. a xiavis, fostuiaster at w ulutmsport, Ohio, says,
Ihcy give great satisfaction. I use them mvEelt.
having taken cola, become prosirate and lost my appe
tite. It relieved me, and I can recommtod it with
great assurance of its merits."
Dr. w m. il. Kerr, of Kogersville, Ind., writes us that
they are the most valuable medicine udered. He has
recommended them wiih great success, and with them
made several cures of palpitation of the heart acd ceiv.
lhomas btauiord, Esq., Ulountsviue, Henry ou..Ind.,
writes us a long letter under date of May 4, lSof. He
was much reduced, having been afflicted lor three
years with great nervous debility, palpitation at tho '
heart of the most severe and prostrating character.
'alter using a lew bottles, l was completely restored.
aud am now in robust health."
Ueorge W. Hoffman says he was afflicted with Khea.
malic ui for iweuty years, in all its various forms, and
at the date of his letter he had been two years well.
tbe Bitters effectiug a cure, when several physicians
at lending him could do him no good. He says, - for
rheumatism, dis'iepsia, liver complaint, kidney sfleo
lion, or dropsy, it is a specific ccrlaui remedy.''
j. . liuui writes iroia iicipnois, Aiicti co., ucio, (a
section where fever and ague prevails,) that he most
cheerfully recommends them of decided merit in sit
cases of fewr and ague and general debility.
D. K. Gallehers, M. D., writes from Van Wert. Ohio.
" I most respectfully recommend the Sherry Wine Eit
tcrs lo the notice or all aisoeptic persons, ana to at
wtio require a stimulating meuicme. '
SIM XEWS WE AEE RECEIVING . DAILY
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOTTLIm
Tbey are sold by Medicine dealers generally,
I rice 75 cts. per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS k CO. , Cincinnati Otiio.
Proprietors for the Southern and Western Slates -to
whom address ail orders.
For sale w holesale and retail by W W . Berry k Oe
moville ; Ewin, Pendleton & Co., and Rains k BrowEf
Nashville, Tenn.: h. Mausneld k Co., Memphis, Icon..
J. Wru;hl k Co., and Scovii k Means, New Orleans; Jt
11. Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Edwaod Wilder, Louisville.
Life Fills aad Phoenix Bitters.
'I 'HESE Medicines have now been before the publie
1 for a period of THIRTY YEAR-", and during
thai lime have maintained a high character in almost
every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power or restoring perfect health to per
sons sudermg under nearly every kind of disease te
which the human frame is liable. "
The following are among the distressing variety of
human diseases in which ihe
Vegetable Eife Medicines
are known to be infallible:
DiSfEFEIA. by thoroughly eleasieg the first and
secouu gluinaclus, aud creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of the stale aud acrid Kind ; jfLATO-
LENCx', Loss or ArrErm, Hkaktbirn, Hkavacus,
KuoUeosncss, lit Temper, Anxiety, Langour ana Melan
choly, which are the general syuitoms of Dyspepsia,
wul vanish, as a natural consequence oi its cure.
C JaTTVEJiiSS, by cleaning the whole length of .
the inicsiuies with a solveat process, and without
violence ; all violent purges leave the bowels ccelivs
within two days.
FiVEKS of all kinds, by restoring the blood te s
regular circulation, through the process of respiratioB
in such cases, and the thorough solution of ail intesti
nal obstructions in others.
Tbe Life Medicines have been known te cure KHTTT
ftf A TT M permanently in three weeks, and GOUT si
nail mai lime, by removing local innamalion Irom the
muscles and lununeuts of the Joints.
DBCPSIES of all kinds, by treeing and strength
ening ihe kiuueys and bladder; they operate most de
lightfully on these important organs, and hence have '
ever been found a certain remedy for the worst cases
Aiso WOilMS, hy dislodging from the turnings of
the boweid lue suiny matter to which these creatures
SUU&VY. ULCEUS &INTETERA.TE SOMS.
by Ihe perlect purity which these Lale Meuuiuus have
to the blood, and all tho humors.
aCOiLBTJTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions
by tlie ir aileialive vilecl upou the fluids that feed the -skin,
and the mordid slate of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other dis
The use of these Pills for a verv short time will eft.
feci an entire cure of SALT EHEU aT, and a striking
impprovemeut in the clearness ot Ihe skin.
HuN C0UDS and INrLUESZA wiU always be
cured by one nose, or two m Uie worst.
PILES. Ihe original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 35 years standing by the u&e of
the Life Medicines alone
FEVEH AMD AGUE. for this scourge of tbs
Western country, these Medicines will be found a Safe,
speedy aud certain remedy. Other medicines leave .
the system subject to a return of the disease s cure .
by these Medicines is permaneut Try them, be satis -lied
and be cured.
BILIOUS FJEVEBS ANi LIVES COM
PLal IS. General Debility, Loss of Appetite, and
Diseases m Females the Medicines have been used
with the most beneficial results in cases of this de
scription : King's Evil and Scrofula, in its worst
forms, yields to the mild, yet powerful action of thse
remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous Debili
ty, Nervous complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painters' tolic are speedily cured.
MERCUalAL DISEASES. Person" whose coa
stiuiiKMis have oecouie impaired by the Injudicious
use of Mercury, will And these Medicines a perfect
cure, as they never fail to eradicate from the system
ail tbe e fleet? of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the 1
Kost powerful preparations ot Sarsaparilla.
W B MOFFAT,
Broad wav , Sew York. -
FOR SALE BT ALL DRUG GISISi
PUKIFY Tim BLOOD !
DR. W1!AVER'5 CANKER AND SALT RHEUM FT- '
KCP. tor the cure of Canker, Salt Rheura, Ery- :
sipelas, scrofulous Dtseasee, Cutaneous Eruptions, Sore '
Eyes, and every kind of Disease arising from n im
pure stat-J of the Blood. THE MUr-T E1FECTTYK
BLOOD PURIFIER OF TUE NINETEENTH CENTURY .
It is the Prescription of an Educated Physician, and
all who are afflicted with any of tbe above named dis
eases, should use it without delay. It will drive the
diseases from the system, and when once out on tbe
skin, a few applications of UK. tAtat a t-tauiit, or
OINTMENT, and you have a permanent cure. r
The CEKA1& Has proved liseu to oe tnq oes
ment ever invented, and where once used, It has never
been known to tad of effecting a permanent core of Old
Sores, Tetter and Ringworm, Scald Head, Chilblains and
Frost Biles, Barber's Itch, Chapped or Cracked Hands
or Lips, Blotches or Punples on the Face. And for
SORE N IPPLEs AN D SOrtE EYES, the Cerate is tbe only
thing required to cure. Il should be kept ia the boose
of every family. -
Price of Syrup f 1. Cerate of 25 cents per bottle. Di
rections accompany each bottle. Sold by most Medi
cine Iiealers. J. N, HARRIS k CO., Proprietors,
For the Western and Southern Stales; Cincinnati, O ,
To whom orders for the above Medicines may be -
SldW-holf-sale and Retail by W. W. Berry k
ville, Ewin, Pendleton k Co., Rains Bn.. .? a.
oth; Drugget of Nashville. Tenn; S. J? g.1
Memphis, Tenn; Edward Wilder Co.,
J . Wright k Co., New Orleans, La. augAMUwly
DR. HENRY ANDREW, the original inventor, ra
rormer and founder of new prmcipk m the prae
, Jrf udiclne can be consulted by teller, by ed
ri to S O leans. La., and Medicine wul
bTfrwardedV mail, (free of charge for trial, to isy
tZsFotol in. the LniU. DR AVtRVW ctfersm nil
caseaof CtmsumWitm andNervoua Debibty, .scrofula,
andall Rheuma- ic, Paraiy lie and MeuriU aC-ions,
deas-s of the H.p and Spine, Kidney, and Bidder,
Gravel, Droiy,kc.. a sale aud speedy cure. rai.
Weakness, Suppression, Irregularities, and all de8es
of toe Womb, Strictures in the Lrethra, tu!Bd.
Pi'es remedied without tbe use instruments or band.
a4s. After twenty years of persouri and profesvcxal
eiperieMe, he can stale, mat n perton in the wort
caucure ibose disesse wfeb mineral or vegetable medi
icine alone. There netvr was one cl.run.c disease
treated right or propel !y at the Chuilj Hospital la
this city, and the head and pride of tbe medical faculty
have charge of it. He uses no mmeral medi.ine. js
remedies enable tbs mart deb viitaled lo eajoy as (rest
Berfectioa of health whue taking the med tctne as ttt
cy per loam wtew wtw.
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