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"WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEC. 19, 18E0
ROCK CITY MILLS.
'Bell" Floor In bags $ , in ball bags I
Old Hickory do " 4 25; "
E; do 60; " 1 fcu
Mixed Bran, per 1000 fts., on doar.
Corn Meal, per bushel, S 1 00.
Delivered to all parts of the city. ge?t 21-1
OF THE RilLEOADS.
NAsarnxs CJHATTA2roooA 3t30 A. II., 3 P- M.
Tctsesbss At iat 3:Q
Locisvnu Nashville 2:15 A. M.,2:'S P.M.
: " GainilinExore!" 3:UO P. M.
Nashvm & Decatcb 7t' M- Gl&if P- 1L
Edowos Kjejttcckt 2:45 P.M.
Arrival of rner Trains.
Nashtixa Chaaooga 5:30 P. M-, 8 A. M.
Trnmn rti ir"1 10:OA. 31.
Lorisvn-iai 4 Nasbvtixs 5:00 A. JL, 5:00 P. M.
" Gallatin Express 9:30 A. L
KAsaviua Decvrr I : I 5 A M., 1 : a P. Jl.
EiKikiu A Kestcckt 10:15 A- iL
A LARGE, comfortable, well lighted THIRD STOP.T
ROOM on Deoderlck street, suitable for a Book
binder, t-ad.iier, or for the manufacture of any Sight
articles. Possession given immediately. rply at this
Absurd. Oae of our local coatempo"a
ries pays a bigh compliment to a popular
conductor on oae of the railroad leadiDg
into tbecity, and winds op the thing with
this absurdity. "To a condjctorso uniforru
lj polite and obliging, it is astonishing with
how few regrets (even in these money press
ed times) tee hand him ever the 'spondi&x' Jor
Ike station ttdutH Toe local editor that has
got any "epondulix" ou'd be a curiosity,
bat the local editor that happens f o have a
few shillings an! is reea enough to go and
pay them for riding on a railroad, would be
a still greater cariosity. The idea is absurd
We can't believe that anything oHlie soil
has ever transpired in this community.
Mrs. Stetson's Benefit. A complimen
ti.ry benefit has bt;r n tendered Mrs. E. T.
S-rvTunv. and it will come o2f at the Ine-
alre of course on Saturday evening next.
Some weeks since Mrs. Stetson" sprained an
ankle in leaping from a platform to tbe stage
one evening during the play, since which
time the has been cnflned to her room until
within a few days past. She will bs well
enough to appear on the night of her benefit,
and will sustain the leading characters in
the pieces selected for the occasion. A sub
stantial beuefit will be gratefully received by
her. and as she is in every way worthy of it,
we trust it will not be djnie bcr.
A Woman implicated in the Murder of
Db.Carow. It will be rememltend that Dr.
Cabow was shot and instantly killed at the
Commercial Hotel some time last spring, bj
P.P.Tbewitt, of Sparta. It was thought
that the Utter was laboring under a fit of
mental derangement at the lime, and fcf:er
b;icg confintd la J til a few day?, was nt to
the Lunat:c Ai-jl'im, but was soou after re
leased on bail. On Monday last the Grand
Jury found a true bill against Mrs. Marga
ret Botkb, of this city, as an accessory be
fore the fact, ia bavirjc, urged Tbewitt to
commit the d.-ed. Mr. BoTeb is the tister
of Mr. Tbewitt.
New PaPiib. Tbe political and monetary
crisis of the times d.ej not sm todiscuurag,
the printers', as new papers continue t..
spring upovtr the country. Tie Southerner
Ls the name of onejisi started at Bolivar.
West Ttnne.ec, the ri number of which
we have received. It i rdited by Messrs
R. G. AdaM3 and L. M. Buows.
f The recent rains have rendered tbe
streets extremely sloppy, and tbe crowing
are ' rediculous.'? Bat the ladies (Lies ibeir
dear liitle gaiters) were out in considerable
nambers yesterday, making the streets look
bright and attractive, ia spile or the mud.
Horn's Silter Band Ball and Concert.
Let the young people those wbo are
fond of good music and the fua of dancing
bear -in mitid that tbe Cone rt and Ball of
Horn's Silveb Band is lo com- ofi Thursday
evening next at OJd Fellows' Hall. The
music vill be good, fir the B ind will play
their most popular piict3. and with such
muBic the dancing ought to be and will
be worth "going into." See announcement
in another column.
3 They have n't settled that Japanese
bill in New York yet; bat they keep bara
iueriog at it, and will probably get it Extd
up before they are doue with it. The bill
was originally S 125 000; then they shaved it
down to $105 000, and Lere t!ie other day
they reduced it fifteen thousand dollars
more, and it now staads at $90,000. This,
says the Sun, is progress. A few more sich
retrenchments will bring it doa n to the stan
dard of decency, if not of economy. We
heartily rejo:ce that tbe Japanese did n't
accept our invitation to N ishviile. We bad
no idea at the time that such victors were
so deuced costly.
Acquitted. William Mato. who shot
Thomas T. Goodwin ia South Nashville
(without .killing, however,) a short time
since, has bad bis trial before the Criminal
Court and acquitted.
Arthur's Home Magazine. One cf the
best periodicals ia the country is Arthur's
Home Magazine. The price ia onlj two dol
lars per aouurn. It is for sale by Green &
Co., wio receive subrciiptions lor it for the
A Successful Gambler Rent unces his
Profession. The Paris correspondent cf the
Traveller relates t&at Garcia, the celebrated
Spanish gentleman wbo baa won ia the two
season about $400,003 from the German rou
lette and roage-et nir bank, Las solemnly
renounced gambling from this time hence
forth. The ceremony took place ia the
church at Yaldepeoa last ironth, aa'l was
highly impressive. A large crowd witnessed
Garcia, dressed ia the complete tnyj costume,
make the sol etna abjuration before tbe bigh
altar; choristers, jnonks, candles, tbe per
formance of a te deu-n, and finally the pub
lic bar oing of a basket of cards, dice, domi
noes, it"-, completed the ceremony. Ia the
evening Garcia gave a r;Ieu1id dinner at
his residence. From Li winnings bs has eu
dowed a foaudliDg hospital, and another f ;r
the children of ruined Earn biers. It is sue-
peCb-d that a pretty gicF eyes bad some in
fluence ia causing tlze taking of the o-Uh,
though Garcia say s oaly thai bs distrust d
A Model Man The Xatioml Ldelhsfeer
asserts a very remarkable f ct, and pread
it conspicuously upon tbe editorial page, so
that all men.m3y read and know. Thj Lt
tdligewr soy-; The Tcnerable John Johnson,
of Dayton, Ohio, being ia Washington oa
bosiness before Congies?, calLd oa us yes-
to the Xulioml IattUiguutr. Any . one de
siring to make th acquaintance of a modtl
of Punctuality, as well as an estimable o:to
genarian, may Sad him at the CUg Hotel.
aA Boston mercbant who made $150 COO
daring the Crimean war, wbo passed salely
Ihroogh tbe crisis of 1857, and who was said
to be worth $250,000 a year ago, has just
failed, Jind will cot be abla to pay Buy
cecU on the dollar.
Intebior of the London Times Office-
The Compositor and Editors and theib Ar-
bangements. We find ia an exchange paper
some interesting facts with regard to the of
fice of the London Times and its interior
economy. With a few unimportant altera
lions, not observable to the general reader.
the article will answer admirably for a de
scription of the FaUiot office also. It will in
terest newspaper . men particularly:
A compositor oa tbe Times must, says the
exohang? referred to, have paed aa exami
nation showing that be can set at b-a-t forty
lines of fifty-six letters, or about 2 210 letteis
P'.r hour. The price paid fur typ.'-S'.-ttiag Is
eleven peace per thousand letters, at which
ra.te t' compo-itor can make from twent
five i j thirty francs ia. aa ordinary dav'g
work. This amounts to abent Eve dollars a
day. Thre are 12t compositors employ. d,
fifty cf whom are occupud soK ly in st-iting
up adrertis-mects. Five or six tteu'rjph
era take cotes if Parliamentary proceedings
at Westminster, and return every quarter of
an Lour to tbe newspaper oS-, to put their
cipy ia shape and let tlie composilois have
it without delay. Ia this way it often hap
pens that a speech delivered at two o'clock
ia the moriilog appears in the j-urual which
i.-t struck off at six o'clock and distributed at
The editorial room is large aud well light
eU. Ia the center is a huge oak table, and
around the room are little desks furnished
with cvt'ry coaresiience for writing. Ad-
j fining, is a dining-room for the editor and
the archive room, where are stored all the
files of the Times since its foundation.
Next to the archive chamber. I saw tbe
proof-reader's room?, where are hundreds of
dictionaries und encyclopedias, iu all lan
guage?, and relating to all sul j cis. A dozen
proi-f-readers are employed during the day
and another dozen daring the night. Tbey
have an eating-room adjoining that wheie
they work, and their meals are provided at
the expense of the establishment.
Oa another story is a small nora where
are printed the registers and envelopes for the
Every one of the editors living in London
curries with him a number of euvelopes ad
ure.ssed to the Times, so that ia any place
where be may happen to be, at the theatie,
the races, or elsewhere, he can send by a
sp. cial messenger his copy to the office. The
foreign correspondents have envelopes of
red paper, which are sent immediately on
their arrival from tbe Potoffiae to the Time
aj""At a wedding near Springfield, Ma?s.,
when tbe clergyman stretched forth bis hand
to implore the blessings of Heaven on the
union, the groomsman sapposi.ig it was the
signal for hini to surrender the wedding fee.
wLieh was burning in his pocket, clipped two
half dollars ia the mi lister baud j-ist as be
closing his eyes iu prayer. The good
man hesitated a moment, nppalkd at tbe lu
dicrousness of his situation, but coolly de
posited t';e money i:i Lis pocket and proceed
t-d witli his devotion.
Don't fail to attend tbe large Auction Sale,
of Grocrrie?, & ly Mizell, Hoopeb fc Co.,
Mons. Solar, of Paris, who, in 1S18, hr.d
not money inoagh to buy a dinner t-ViT
day, and whu now is wr.r:h $ COO 000. Li.i
wi- ly n-tireil fiom tte B'irse. where be
made Lis rapid 1 irinue. l.xchange.
Tin re arc- seviral syst; nn o' finance which
commend tbem-elves totbepu'l c f.iV.ir. but
it would senn ;bai there is more moaty lo
be mide by tbe SIr sysiem.
Dec. IS Mnyduk . P.iducah.
Na.-bviiie, Ilarpeth Shoals.
The rive" continues to rtcede, t'uong'j Tery
slowly, with near tLree feet water ou tLe
Business on the wharf is remarkably dull.
The fiae new tteamer NashviLle, Capt.
Baecslet. left last night with the lar-esi
passenger and freight list for Ciucianati,
of the season.
The Cincinnati Qemmtrciil say3 the Polar. d
will not return to Nashville nntil back
freights become more pleutiful.
Tbe St. Louis Ke'xs of Saturday evening
The river to-day is thickly incrusted v.i;b
a heavy roa-8 of floating iee, wb'ch is surg
ing down slowly ui lb l lie current. The ice
is hourly becoming thicker. The Ferry
Bouts as yet, however, b;te no difficulty in
loiciDg their way through it.
Hollows y'g iIntmetit.--Erysipelis and
all ia&-mmatory diseastsrield toadilignt use of this
powerful preparation. In the foot, hand and neck,
their approach shonli be chocked at once if suppura
tion ensues, danger is imminent, and tha knife cannot
be employed without jeopardizing life. This Oint
ment will remove the disorder, without cuttiug, pain
or peril. dec! 3-1 w
From the Home Journal, Xew-York, August 27, 1S59.
Among tbe many apparent trifles continually being
brought to the surface from the ideal under world of
the unknown, there are occasionally simple articles
costing but little in detail, but whose combined bene
fits, usefulness and 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 Ls prepared with chemicals, and used
cold requiring but little skill or timofor its applica
Com"Iait3. We have heard repeatedly during the
last few days, persons compiaing of weakness and do
bility. VTa would say to ail such, get some of Mnlean'B
strengthening Cordiil and Blood Purifier. It Is beyond
ail doubt the only remedy that will renovate and
strengthen the system. The immense demand for it
from all parss of the United States is rpoof eno :gh of
its bencacial effecss. Wj know by experience tlut it
is a delicious remedy to take. Ca:l and try it. See
the advertisement ia another column.
I HATE Twenty -five Thousand dollars worth of Sta
ple and Fancy. Dry Goods which I will sell at cost
(or Cash, as I am determined to adopt an exclusive
cash ba:in?s3. I invite all those desirous of purchas
ing Goods to call and see for themselves a- No. 22
South Side tie Square. DAVID HUMPHREY.
A!l those indebted to I. C. XichoUoa i Co., or Xica
olsoa & Hamphrey, wfli pleas come forward and set
tle their accounts, as we are in need of the money.
Wasted. A situation in a grocery store,
or commission house, where I can be actively
employed. I have stn lied Book Keeping,
and think, with some experience could take
charge of the books, of a concern; salary no
otj ct. ref recce given if required as to
charae'er, &e. Apply at R -ddick's Boarding
House, Cherry St., if I should be absaut lave
a not; Slating where I shall call.
GEO. B. FRENCH,
Late of Amh-rst county, Virginia.
Perry Davis' Paji Siller, the old and well known
remedy, which has acquired a woxH wide renown tor
the cure of sudln colls, coughs, etc., weak stomach,
gmral dcbiiliy , narsing sore m oath, cancered mouth
or throat, lirer complaint, dyspepsia or indigestion,
cramp and pain in the stomach, bowel complaint,
painters' coic, Asiatic ch lera, diarrcea and dysentery
has lost none of Its good name by repeated trl;s ; but
continues to occupy a prominent position in every
faauly madiciae chest. Lttanon Star, Dec- 12th, 1Sj9
deel d4 " "
Dr. Wtaocrs Canlctr and Silt EUau Sjrvp and
Ccrait fur curing hmnon by jmrifing ths bieoi.
PiC.ll) THIS. HOW. IT Acr.
Whn disease has been long in the system tha first
flaturing symotoms after taking the Syrup i that the
humor invriMses oa t'au akin This should not alarm
you,' it only ahows that the diseases i. wotiiug out
uat the res alt w want to t ; apply the Orate, and
the humor will heal, and the disease soon disappear.
HOItS.'S SILVER BAND!
TEH ONLY PrSiIAXO"TLY ORGAXIZED BJLSlj V
THE CITY, will attt'Cd to all cai!3 for music both at
home and abroad, giving en; ire s tiCictioa or no
harge. The Eaad is composed cf
Fifteen Perfor mer?,
with a complete set of n.-w s;iver increments
All calls for mus:c, for ftictrais, pic-aics, serenades
and JubUee will be a:t3uJei to promptly.
. - W. L. EORX,
llanager and Cond'ictor,
apr2T?ly 15 Sooth College sL
fln c-inequetice cf- Eome very wild
6hooting recently done ia our ci'y, Ikk Dow
KE3 has op-n.-d a Pistol Ga lery ou th c r
nef of CeAr and Cb 'rry streets. 31 fl jor.
where iho-ewho a:itioipale little am'iseineuts
of that kind can have an opportunity of
learning the beaut Tul art , and b guaran
tees that after a Very littl practice you can
"uiug'' your man every time. Opeu 1 tui
We ore glad to see that we have the
rare cportoaity again, to sell or exchange
our second-hand clulh-s for tlie b-atttilul
slock of China, Glass Ware, Fancy C ana
Toys and Jewelry, which has been opened by
Messrs. Oppenheitner & Wertheimer, suc
cessors to Mr. Bartchie, over the Store at
Hardy & Bros. lia.
Intending to reduce what is certainly the largest
IN THE STATE.
I will sell from this time vilhoitt regard to Profits.
lec6-tf . 44 Cuion Street,
- To Consumptives.
The Advertiser, havir.g been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a severe lung aflection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufierers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure for COXSUStPTIOX, ASTHMA, BROX
C1IITIS, fc. Tho only object of tha adverter in
semilug the Prescription ls to benefit the afflicted, and
spread iuformatiou 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 wi.-hing the prescription will p address
P.ev. EDWAPJ) A. VI OX,
oct4-ly Kings Counts, New York.
We have a large stock of Winter Clo
thing lor Men and Boys wear, which we are
selling at prices to suit the times.
Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, North
Carolina a'id Virginia Money taken at par.
WARD, BIRMINGHAM & CO.
nov24-ltn No. 20 fubiic Square.
The proprietor of l)r.3. 0. Ricaardsan's Concentra
ted Eherry Wine Eitters, has long since rceived the
tUanJiS of tIiousan-J3 of invaliJs who have been bene
fitted by the use of that valuable and extraordinary
Fif :een Barrels Sauer Kraut lor sale at No.
33 Market street, and at H. S. French &
Sen's, by JOHN M. WILLIAMS.
w. . w.
r Hi le
The T.-ivmph of Vegetable Medicines cvtr Calomel,
Quinine, and their i.-i;iarct Mineral Puisons.
Tha serious injuries en aild upon the sick, af3icted
witn Cml.s and Fever, or ague and . ever, Typhoiu
I'jver, cai-tel ana olier lcveiS, iu the Adininisuatiun
of yaiuiatf, Ca.uiei, Ais-iiiioi li.ue ri 1, &.C , iu wiiole
saie dooes, are uany scea in tue t-iffou colored, and
yiiOw-s:iunod C'lpylj ai tie tatters turongo our
streets, va.n.y cryiug out fur uealiu hcaliht aeaiih!
Let paya.cins ana others u- ar iu ami, that ia al
cas.'S eituer ot ievsr3 or taer diSiosa, where custom
has soacnoaiid the preSCipiiun ut Qalmae, aiomei,
or B.ue Pui, that KAuVf Kl.u c Lai IN G PILLs
will Srcure to the patieiit ail the beucULS, iu a much
loos tmu thou those poisons a e expectdU lo achieve,
without entailing such tcrriuu: altociis of the liver,
hoart, una general system. .Mne-lauths ol the CHS
easd -tat amict us, are caosei by over -dos in j with
Qaimne. Arsenic, Ca-omel, ix.,
Ranwar'a RatoULanNO Pills operate in from three to
six hours d not siraia trie syclein ao not weaKen it
do not irritate tue Dowel- are co tea witii gum, ana
ih reiore pleasant to tak. positivtiy curs cunsiipa-
t oa, liver complaint, ludijStKW, diarihasa, me.curwi
lUaaSijS, sc., wuen uotaiug eise wiu tuuen tue com
ni.iiuia. Fruui 1 to 6 piiis will iiroa-.ce a heaahy C,B
h irge. GuarauU-ed to b. freeirum meruui y, quinine,
ioiine, antimony, and evar dra-t.c ana uangei ous
dr g. Tuo soisst appuricnt in the world for ladies and
.tsd ray's ;lf iicva.i:ig ItesoIrpiU.
For ul erous, eruptive diseases, RaDWv' Rexova
Uo tiEsoLVENr, is tue one thing needful. It revolu
tionizes tuo coadition of the biood, ezpclliug every
eltiuvnt luat Knis to decomposition and putriuity,
and equalizes the cir- ulaliou. It restores the impain-U
Coustituilon. It radical. y cures sore eyes, and ail eat
ing oisus-s of the face or person. It makes the scrof
ulous sound, and removes every syphilitic taint lroza
the disased system.
The Minuts Medicine.
Instantaneous ease is given by Ka way's Readt Re
uet in all cases of acute pain, iu tei color exio. n .1. It
stops in a moment the maddening agony of Rheuina
tism', neuraigia, toothache, bun s, scalds, cuts :.nd
bruises, when applied outwardly, torture, that it
continued would cause death, is arrested by a single
cose of it, in five minutes. It susands disease, giving
time tor tbe action oi tha otuer remean-s. All com
plaints caused by unhealthy air, are prevented by its
occasional use. V.'btn tU neruous system is paraiyzed
or convulsed, it proUuct-s i rapid reaction, immeuiate
Iy reiievmg spasms, convulsions, hysterics, c. For
the ftebiiitut -t it is the b.:t possible stomachic, in
Gnilely better thau alchohoi in any form. Have it ou
hrnd always, for it may be required at any moment,
and no drug will supply its place.
Radwai Remedies are sold by Druggists every
where. F.WIN, rENDLEiON & CO.. Asrents for Xashville.
KAliWAY & CO.,
decl-lm 23 John Street, X. Y.
SEF.ES E A it S !
The seven years of unrivalled success attending the
"CosiuopDlilan irt Association,"
have made it a household word throughout every quar
ter of the Country.
Under the aaspices of this popular Institution, over
three hundred thousand hornet have learned to api're
ciale by beautiiul works of art on their walls, and
choice literature on their tables, the great benefits de
rived from becoming a subscriber.
Subscriptions arc now being received in a ratio nn
paraiied with that of any previous year.
Terms of Subscription.
Any person can become a member by subscribing
three dollars, for which sum they will receive
1st. Toe large and superb steel eugravuig, 30x33
'FaLSTlFo' ariTESWG IilS ECCKUITS."
21. ne copy, oae year, of that elegantly illustrated
TH COSMOPOLITAN AET JOUBXAL."
3d. Foot admissions, during the season , to the
'Gallery of PjiatLigs, 3i32r adway,X. Y."
In additiou to the above ben fits, there will be given
to subscribers, as gratuitous premiums, over
Five Hundred Beautiful Works of
comprising valuable paintings, marbles, parians, out
line, tc. forming a truly national benefit.
Ia &ciE)Lg t-NuaavciG. wuich :very subscriber win
receive, enat.ed, "Fauo-af ilrsTEiu-vo Hit RKcacrrs,"
is one of tu,i m t beautiful and popular engravings
ever isaueii is this country.' It is done on steel, in fine
line and siipie, and is printed on heavy piale paper,
SO by Zi inene-i, m iking a most choice ornament, s it
son lor the wans of eiiaerthe library, parlor or otilce.
IU subieel is the c Hrorated pcene of sir John Fauff
receiving, ia Justice anailow s ouice, tne recruiia
wlUch iiave bsea atnered tor thj "ragged regiment."
It to aid not be lurnosaed by the traau for less than
five dollars. -
lae Art J.ntrnal is too wall known to the whole
country to need cumuiuudaltoa. It is a ma.nidcent.y
iiiuairated magozins ol Art . containing l-ssays, .-torus.
Poems.. tit-Mip, 4lc, by Lie -very beet writers In
Tue tngraring is sent to acy part of the country
by mail, wiuhsaiety, being packed iu a cylinder, post
ooo-o.piiu33 will be rece.vei until tha evening cf
the aut of January, 1SS1, at which line the books
wil close and the prt miunu be givn to subscribers.
No person is rsirittod to a single Subscription.
Those rvmatii:ig SIS, are entitled to live membership
and to oi-e extr tng.-aving tor their trouble. - -
.-cb-criptlons tioin Uui.OJl.U. the Canada, and all
Foreign Countries, most be $3 50 instead of S3, ia or
der to ucfray extra uoetage, etc.
- or turther particulars send for a copy of the ele
gantly itlustraied Art Journal, p renounced tbe hand
tmncxt majcLcine in A ntrioa. itoontaius a Ca.al gue
oi frcmiuo), aaJ numaious superb engravings. . Reg
ular price, 6 1 cents per number. peiiiien cojiu-,
however, will be s cl to those wishing wsubscribe, oa
receipt of 13 eefits, in stamps or com. Aidrcss -C.
L. IJt K8Y, Actuary C. A. A..
norl7-tf '-' ' 648 iJroauwayj Xew-York.
N EGRO Ewgaas,' Loo. and single role, Klpand
G am lthareouU. Aireih supply cheap is
c-hby JOiiS RAMAUli,
toriS-tf 42 Coileire street.
From South Carol! no.
".Golch'ma. S. C. Dec. 17. Oa tho foarlh
ballot tor 7 ChTarman of "the Convention.
Ja:n!s'u rec. iv. d 118 votes; Orr SO. and
fcttering3 Jamison on taking the chair,
said he had not tlie languag- to txpross hia
thanks tor the i'n-r Cfitif- rr-d
A mutioii to adj mra to Charleston on ac
count of the t-maii-pox. - Cart ied.
A resolution wm! adupti d invitinjr the Com
mirioiiers f in Alabama and Mississippi, lo
eatso.i th-; fij r, al-o. that iliey address the
convention to-niiht nt 7 n'clock. : A motion
wns made to invito Hw 11 Cobb to a Feat on
thefl or. Some tnenberolj 'Ct.-d on thegiound
that Mr. Co'l was nut an accredited commis
sinner, tboit'u exprnssing cmipiinieutiiry
terms inwo:ds him. Tlie mo iuti lo teuder
the scut prevailed with but few dissenting
Vt'iec?. " .
The inauguration of the Governor took
place tod-iy. - Tue gill-riesof the Repre
sent lives Hall were cro ided. many ladies
present. Puk'ii3 read bis iuaugnral senti
ments, which were decidedly firm for sece
hoii. Il-' wus warmly applauded. Iu the
r-ar of Pieken- at liis Sjieaker's stand was
Hon. llow.-il Cobb, and al-o Messrs. Elmore
and Honker, the Cummisiiotters from Ala
batn i and Mississippi.
Foarieeu cases of small pox were reported
Sunday and ev-n to-lay.
Ttc Legislature nlj mrned to meet at
Cuail.stou ou Thuday.
Washixgtox, Dec. 17. The Senate con
flrmel Black. S -cret-try of Siate.
Cabb' Cushing has been sjmmoned to
Washington ly the request of tbe President.
Secretary Thoaip.-oa has gone to North
Carolina, n says be i in lavor of the re
sumption of friendly relations when the free
States give satialactory ccn-tiiulional guar
antees. It is apprehended here that bloodshed will
ensue if South Carolina metideniand the'sur
tvnder of Fort Moultrie.
Tne Fenusylranla detegniton " are Tinani-mou-i
in favor of r'-specting the constitution
al righl3 of all sections.
Wasbixgtos, Dc. 18. Senate. Lane
presented resolutions against tbe employ
ment of force by the Federal Government
against the secessionists. Laid over.
Crittenden U speaking in favor of his reso
lution for the restoration of the Missouri
Compromise as an amendment to the Con
stitution, providing against the abolition of
slavery ia the District of Columbia, guaran
teeing payment for slaves rescued by force,
aud favoriug the suppression of the African
Tbe bill for the admissioi of Kansas was
made the Fpecial order for Monday.
Hale wanted to know whether Crittenden
or W'igfall represented tbe South-
He said New Hampshire would accord
with any thing just and lair, but he wanted
to think over Crittenden's propositions,
many of which be approved.
From TVetr York,
Nkw Yoke, D'C 18. The steamer Etna
has arrived. Her dates ure anticipated.
She brings 6, COO pounds gold.
The Atlantic sailed tin t!?e5tb from South
ampton, with 149,000 pounds gold.
. Aa explosion occurred in the Lisca Coal
mine?, near Newport, Wales, which caused
tbe loss of one hundred and seventy lives. ,
The steanurs Jutiies Adger and R. R. Cuy
ler collided coming into the Dock. Each
was considerably damaged.
Tlit steamer John P. King, built for the
Cbuileston trade, was almost wholly, des
troyed by fire to-day.
Boston", Dec. IS. A strong address to the
people, signed by ihe late Chief Justice Shaw
and thirty-tour c.her prominent citizens,
showing the unconstitutionality of the Per
sonal Liberty bills is published.
Baltimore. Dec. 18. Messr-. Kingland.
Chase & Co., have suspended. Their liabili
fi -s amount to nearly a million dollars.
Neatly all the lending merchants have eign-
d a petition n q'le-tiiis.' Gv. Hicks to'call
an extra session of the Legislature to cousid
er the preseut crisis.
New Orleaxs, Dec. 18 Joshua Manran
from Bremen. Ceres from N--w York, Rock
,iway Irotn L verpool, mid tbe Hab ina from
Havana iibdates ol the 15ih, und $107,
000 Spanish gold.
Tue Spatiib liank has authorized the is
-ue id lour million doll in, new Loads from
which lelief wu expected.
The Captain General has gone to the Wes
tri n depa.imeni of tho 1-1. .nd. Sugar un
etiiinsed. The new crop U cotuiog in. Stock
Locistille. Dec. 18. The river is falling,
with uiue feet water in the canal.
markets by Telegraph.
New Yoi:k. Dc 18 Cotton sales 1,200
bal.s; tni.id itig upland lOj lOJ; flour d
vanC' d 5 cents; ales 14. "5u uls 4 60a4 65;
n' ss poi k dull; sales 500 bols 15 50al5 62J.
sugar finn, unclianged; molasses, sales 6J
i. his Orleans 35; 100 bbis at nuctiou at 3ilj
Cixcixxati, Dec. 18. Flour unchanged.
Whisky, sal s 1. 100 bi.N. 14c. Oats 26
Me.-i j,ork S!4 0J .14 50. Lard of.
WIIleELEU & WILSON'S
x t w tr
"rTIE Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company
X having. gained All, their suits at law with in
fringing Manufacturers of Sewing Machines, propose
that tho public shall be benefitted thereby, and have
accordingly reduced the price of their Sewing Ma
chines. Alter 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 enable them to make first class Machines, and,
as beretotoro, guarantee them in every particular.
C. II. PAIXSOIVS, Agent,
Office over John York & Co.'s Book Store,
cecll-tf CXIOX ST., XASHVILLE.'
Wiilimantic Lineii Company's
PA TEXT Fixrsir
Spool T bread..
THIS Thread is ma-in expressly for Sowing Machines
and is pronounced by competent judges to be the
best tnread in tbe market for Machine or hand sewing
For sale bi the case or dozen at factory pr ces at the
office ot Wheeler Jc Wilson. - U. K. FARSOXS.
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, 1SG0, I will at Peacner's Mill in Montgom
ery co., Tcnn,, on the 13ih day of December next, sell
to tne bigtiest bidder, tbe following property: The
Real Estate will be divided into smaller tracts to suit
purchasers, to wit ; thr Farm on which P. Peacher
now lives, containing 666 aces. There is on this
Farm a good Tobacco oieinmerv, wita first rate
screws 1 iil also sell the large Flouring Mill, known
as PEA CHEJi'S MILL. This Mill has a never-faUicg
water pu Wcr, and utsiiuated in the heart of a fine wheal
growing country. Also, 30a acres of land, known as
tne "John A. Luiot tract," aiso 47 likely und valuable
.VEGROtS, 40 hue Mules, 3 Mares and (olts, 3 Horses,
50 head ot Cute, 60 he a oi Sheep, 200 nogs, 200,000
Stav.. 3000 Fioar carrels, a large lot of farming im
plements, including a Keaper and Thresher, one Car
riage and Harness, 1 Bogy and Harness, S Wagons
and Harness. 1 kctt Blacksmith's Tools, and household
and kitchen Furniture, and the present crop of Corn
and T .bco. . ..-.
' ; TIIUiS. T ;
The Real Estate will he sold on a credit of 1, 2, 3 and
4 yea. s, bond and security aa i lien required. n tte
pers--aol prors-riy, aii sums ot $5 and under cash; the
balance in 12 m uttis, with interest from date: bond
an 1 Security required ol the purchaser. Property cot
ceiiverea until tue terms ot uie sale areoompoed with,
'the Sale Will continue from day to dav until ad the
property is Sold, a fine Barpeuue wnl be prepared,
and everybody ts invilel to attend and make the pro
perty bring its fail value. . B. O KFESI-E,
ceci-ws. , ,-. , fcpccUl LonimiSBionar.
- Diarya for 1S61. : ! 1
AFtXL and coui.ett aasortmeiit of DIAP.Y3 for
1881, Just received and for sale by
F. HAGAK CO.
OXl5-tf '. : ! - 41 rvvii,,,,,.,
,Tsv - :3Tn
PAIt.Y PATRIOT OFFICE,
; .. : , Xashville, ItecembtT. 19tb, 13 30- j
Contrary to ull calculatiens based upon the.increa-e
of-circuLaUon put out by our banks upon accommoda
tion i aper, wh'ch contino.es to be considerable, the
pressure in the money market tloes no gi tai.y light,
er Tbe market yesterday was close, and . money
dear. - - - - ' '
Tae demand for exchange, exceeds the supply, and
price-! remain aoeb.uojei. ' " - . - - '
At Cincinnati Monday Eastern Exchange was dull at
l.J3lo premium. . . ,
The Louisville Journal of yesterday says -
T mt bas been but little doing in exchange, owing
te tb - ab ence of money. The banc rate I r Eastern
s I per cent, p emium. and the selling rate witu bro
kers 1 to 1J per cent, prem a n. t-ii;Ct araits on
N w Orleans are held at 4 to X per cent, premium.
Land w rrants are in st.tu quo, with no demand.
Iie-lers are wil.in,; to buy the a at the following quo
tations: ' -
ICO acres, buying.
tsO " ...
40 " '" ..
COTTON' A small lot was sold yesterday at ?ic
T03ACCO Loose leaf 34c ft.; lugs l2c
CHEESE Western Reserve 11311 Jc per pound.
FLOCR We quote " . .
. Sup. 'i Que. in barrels. .ft,-..... .$5 00
Extra, " 6 256 50
-" : iu sacks S 00(5)3 95
WHEAT This article is scarce, and will sell readily
at $1 25(S1 35 pr busbel. ' "
BAC J Shoulders ' 9ic; clear sides 12c; hams
123 per ft.
COiiN White 75c per bushel; mixed TOc.
OATS 4550c per bushel. .:. -LARD
Supply limited. Sales at iaai2fe per ft
MEAL L selling at 75c bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 37(3380 ft.
GINSENG 35c ?t ft. -
GKOCERIES We quote: Fair sugar 7c 1 ft.; prime
to choice ?;28.1c., in barrels Jilc advance on
. JCewYortCuffeeSnarainfi113T ib-jcrmaUcJ
and powdered llj12c ; Loaf llfi)12c ?l ft.
MOLA-SE3 AXO SYKUP Mol .sses in barrels 35c
gal. ; half barrels 40c; Sugar House 4Sl345c; Golden
Syrup in barrels 75c; half barrels 80c; and kegs (ten
gallons) 85c. " '
COFFEE Rio 14Ji15c; Laguyra lT(1.18c; Java 18
(20c ft. Stock light. -
TEA Imperial 50c$l; Gunpowder '5075c; Young
Hjson 40(E 60c; Black 60c$l 50.
SALT We quote Coarse Sack at 91 25; and Fine at
$1 50; and Barrel at 40c ft bushel. ;
COTTOX YARX3 The following are- the Agents'
quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700 and 8C0 9c t doz.;
600 10c; SCO lie, and 400 12c. . " (
' WHISKY Rectified is held at 20(S25c ft gallon, and
coantry at 50(g,"5c fl gallon, according to quality.
CANDLES Star ISc fs ft for light weight; 20c for
full weight. Tallow, summer pressed, 12c; Sperm 45
RAISINS Layer $33 25 H box; W. R. $2 50.2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 252 75 fl box.
BRAN 51 10 fl cwL
HAY $24,326 fl ton.
RYE SacSSI 00 fl bushel. - - '
BARLEY $1 25 f) bnshcl.
DH1ED FRCIT Apples, peeled, 4045c; Peaches,
unpecled,l 151 25; peeled do $2(S)2 25.
l'EA XT7T3 Demand good at 6575c fl bushel.
Baltimore Coffee market.
Balttmoke, Dec. 15, 1S60.
COITEE The market throughout the week has been
unsettled, and with the exception of a lew lots sold to
fill oruers, nothing of importance has been done. The
trade show no uispoMt.ou to go into market in the
present depressed state of - commercial auairs, and
ho.ders generally are not will ng lo sell exuept for
cash. . Tne only sales reported this week were 400 to
500 bags Rio at lrom 13 up to 13 cU. The s.ock in
fl si hauns footed up about 22,0u0 bays. The market
for tue week closed at tue following quotations, t i :
131SJi cts. lor fair Rio; 13J13 cts. for good do;
14ali4 fts. for primi do.; Lagaayra 14fal5cts.,
ana Jav.. at 16i17i cts. per ft.
St. Louis market.
Pt Locis, Dec. 15. P. SI.
FLOVR City :H . r. round lots was held at
Si &u. and some a .eit higher price. There w s
deuiai.d for a few taou.-and barrels for shipment, but
sules did ot transpire berre ine close oi 'Change.
Sale f 100 brls Country, brandea Exlru,al $1 60, and
60 bags uckbeut Fiour at $1 85. .
U Hr AT neceiptj small and demand inactive, wi h
sal s i flu) sackd srmg at 5c, and 314 sacks club
CORN Receipts fair and mirket heavy at quota
tions, baies ot bO J sacks mixed auu ye low aud 60
sacks naxea wn to at one; .ot sacks ellow at 37c,
currency ; 175 sacks niixej white at 37tc,and20
Sis do at cec.
OATS, BARLEY axd RYE No sales.
Hi ,GS Market quiet and t'ochat ged. Sales of 5C0
tot00he.dat oc net or i2J pounds av. riige, and
JJl.r 100 j ouncU; i.oue to we.gh unuer 160 pounus.
Pi.OVISIOXS Nothing doing. The river will not
per.i it purchases lur shipment.
Wi.ISK.Y-The market showed little chi nee from
yesterday, sal. s of 39 brls at oc, B: F.; 115 brls at
l5c, C .rreucy, aud i5 brls at the market. .
HIDES Dull aud lower. We quote dry fljit 9c;
g ieu sltju 4c; green 3c. ... .
HAY Salo of 40 b les prime Timothy at 90c.
Rank Note and JExcIta se'Llat.
AH Tenn. Bk Notes.. ..par
Louisiana Banks ldis
Juxept . .
Bank of America 6dis
Southern Bank 2dis
Commercial Bank.... 6dis
Slate Bank Ala 6dis
Central. 6 dis
Commercial B'k 5 dis
All good east'n B'k. .10 dis
Virginia S&10 dis
.. Carolina & Geo. . 3g,5 dis
West'n B'k Ga. ... 10 dis
North Carolina ,.10 dis
Da dridge Bank 6dis
Buck's Bank ldis
Ocoee Bank lOdis
Lawrenceb'g Bank.. no salt
Bonk of Tazewell 5 lis
' Claiborne 5Js
Citizen's B'k, Mem. .no sale
Bank ot jeaerson....oais
.. 2 pre
Exchange Bank 90 dis
Kentucky Banks ldis
.Vew York selling...
. 6 pre
. 2 pre
. 2 pre
Ohis Banks 2dis
Indiana State Bank. 3 6dt
Agricult'l B'k Browns
ville. Central Bank. ' -
Farm's & Merch'ts Bank
Mechanics' B'k, Memphis,
Memphis Saving Inst.
Min. ft Manuf. Bank,
Bank of Trenton. " broke
Gold, American. ..35pre Silver.. ...
40 acres, per acre.. no sale 1 120's..
...no sale 1 160.
A. P. Gr instead, Adin'r. kc. vs. Nancy Chadwell, and
GEORGE CHADWELL LAND AND SLAVES.
1 PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
. Nashville, at November Term, 1S60, in the above
named cause, I will sell to the highest-bidders on tAe
premises, on Thursday, the 21th December, 1860, The
Lands ol which tne late tieorge inactweu died seized
and possessed the same lying on Mill Creek, in David
son county and the following slaves, to wit: Hubbard,
agea 65 years; Clarissa (50), Allen (50), Henry (30),
Emanuel (27), Mary (25), Top p (23), Andy (18), Jane
(LO), iiauue izj, fiarriet it;, joanua ( o;, niua (4).
Irrhh. The loiad will be sold on 1 and 2 years
credit, without interest, good personal security re
quired and lien to be retained. The Slaves on 12
months credit, without interest, and for these, notes
ot purcuasers, wun two gooa securities, wiu be re
quired at close of sale. - J. E. G LEAVES, C. & M.
UecS-tds . : . .
BY virtue of a ti. fa. to me directed and delivered
from the Henorable Circuit Court of Davidson
county.Tennessee, at its October Term, 1860, I will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the Court House Yard, in the city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 26th day of January, 1861, all the right,
title,claira .interest and estate.whicu A. V. S. Idndsiey
tuen had, or may have since acquired ia ud to the
following described property, lying in Davidson coun
ty, Tennessee, in the city of Nashville, being bounded
and described as follows : One piece or parcel of laud
lying on College street, beginning at Jesse Collins'
corner oa said College street, running thence along
said street northwardly sixty -eix and one-half (6d)
feet to Mr. Calender's corner, thence at right angles
to said street through to Market street, thence with
Market btrect southwardly to Henry Cohen's corner
sixty-six and one-half (66) feet, thence at right
angles to said Market street to the beginning on Col
lege street, being part of lot No. 28 in the original
pian of lots in A'ashville, and oa which is situated a
large Warehouse, now occupied by Andrew Hamilton.
Also the undivided one-half interest which said
Liudsley has in and to the following described piece
or parcel of land, lying in the city of Nashville, Ten
nessee, and bounded as follows : . Being part of lot No.
40 In the original plan of lots of the city, beginning at
Dr. McNeil's corner of College street running thence
southwardly along the margin of said street eighteen
and one half (13,'i) feet to Robert -Carrey's line,
thence at right angles to said College street and with
ssld Curreys lone lifty-four (54) feet to said McNeil's
corner, thence with his said line towards Union street
13 J feet, and thence at right angles to said last men
tiou line to the beginning on College street, being the
same that was conveyed to defendant Liudsley and
one Sam. Crocket by John W. -Walker, by deed, dated
the 2d day of May,1353,and registered in the Register's
office of said couney , in Book. No. 17, page 200, and to
wtiieh deed reference ts here made : The first piece of
property above described was conveyed to the defend
ant Lin.isley by deed of partition made by the heirs
of the lata i'h ill ip Iandsley, which agreement bears
date tbe day of , 18 , ana is registered
i . the rtegister's office in said county, in Book No, 24,
page 135. All of said property is levied on as the pro
perly of A. V. S. Lindsley, to satisfy a judgment In fa
vor of the City Bank vs. M, W. Wetaioro and A. V: S.
decS-tda - J. K. EDMXNDSOX,' Sheriff.. ,
. NO. S3 CS JAB ST3EFT, Nashville.-
II. V. BASSET, PROPRIETOR,
THT3 establishment has newly been opened, and is
fitted .up twith all the niodera improvements."
The tabids are supplied with ail the luxuries that can
b prccarai, prepared in th Very beat style.
Tlie Bill of Far, indeed, will challenge comparison
with tuat of any bouse In tha Southwest.
The finest Wines and Brandies are kept constantly
OB handiJIIuiers or SnnrJohLjiUMfci.
I Thj AiivGASaT?ox. of LaSGCAGES. There is a grow
ing tendency in tnos age to approrrlate the most ex
pre3Sive wurds of other languages, and alter a whil
to incorporate them into oar own : thus the word Ce
puolio, wuich is trout the Greek, signifying "for the
ueaa, is now odcooning popularized in connection
with Mr. Spaldintr'3 great Hdacae remedy, but it
win soon oe useu ui a more general way, and tne word
Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and
many waers waned uastinciion as tort icq w.ru3 has
been worn away by common usage until they seem
"KUIVBBUa 19 UUUOT tw;B." .
Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this haflernoon. handl
stepped into the hapothecaries hand sav s hi to the man
"can you nease me of an 'eadacaer" "Does it hacae
'ard," says 'e. "Hoxceeduigly," says hi, hand upon
that 'e gave me a Cephalic rul, band 'pon me 'onor it
cured me se quick that 1 'ardiy realized I 'ad an 'ead
SZf Headachs is the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the natu
ral slate of the brain, 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 : Symtomatic and Idiopathic.
Symptomatic Headache Is exceedingly common and is
tbe precursor of a great variety of diseases, among
which are Apoplexy, Gout, Rheumatism and all febriie
diseases. In its nervous form it ia sympathetic of dis
ease of the stomach, constituting sick headache, of
hepatic disease constituting bilious headache, of worms,
c nstipation and other disorders of the bowels, as
well as renal and uterine affections. Diseases of tbe
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 ia a state of apparency sound health, and pros
trating at once the mental arid physical energies, and
in other instances it comes on slowly, heralded by de
pression of spirits or acerbity of temper. In most 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 Xeuralgia.
Fur tiiir inwiutAt r ciuiw class ot Keauacne i lie
Cephalic Pills have been found a sure and safe remedy,
rel;eving the most acute pains in a few minutes, and
by its subtle power eradicating the diseases of which
Headache is the uneering index.
Bridget. Missus wants yon to send her a box of
Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills, but I'm
thinking mat snot Just H naitner ; but perhaps ye'U
be aflher knowing what it is. - Ye see she's nieh dead
and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants seme
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 quarlher and giv me the Pills and don't be all day
about it aithcr.
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, while in re
ality it is the precursor and companion of many of the
most fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early
eradicated it will bring the sutlerer lo an untimely
grave. Among the lighter evils of which costiveness
is the usual attendant, are Headache, Colic, Rheuma
tism, Foul Breath, Piles and others ot like nature,
while a long tram of frightful diseases such as Malig
nant Fevers, Abcosses, Dyseulary, Diarrhoea, Dyspep
sia, Apoplexy, Epi.esy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Ilypo
chondrasis, Melancholy aud Insanity, first indicate
their presence in the system by this alarming symp
tom. Not nnfrequcntly 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 whenever it oc
curs, and no person should neglect to get a box of Ce
phalic Pills on the first apiearance of the complaint, as
their timely use will expel the insidunus approaches of
disease and destroy this, dangerous foe to human life.
A Real Blessing.
Physician. Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache?
Mrs. Jones. Gone I Doctor, all gone I the pld you
sent c red me in just twenty minutes, and I wish you
would send me more, so that I can have them bandy.
Physicsan. You can get them at any Druggists.
Call for Cephalic Pills, I find they never lail, and I re
commend them in all cases of Headache. -
Mrs. Jones. I shall send for a box directiy, and
shall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real
Twenty Millions ok Dollars Saved. Mr. Spalding
has sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Pre
pared Glue, and it is estimaieiTthat each bottle saves
at least ten dollars worth of broken furniture, thus
makingan aggregate of twenty millions of dollars re
claimed from total loss 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 beads with his Cephalic Pills, and if they
are as good as I is Glue, Headaches will soon vanish
away like snow in July.
SW Over Excitement, aod the mental care and anx
iety incident to close attention to business or study,
are among the numerous causes of Nervous Huadache.
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
using one of the Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It quiets the overtasked brain, and
soothes the strained and jarring nerves, and relaxes
the tension of the stomach which always accompanies
and aggravates the disordered condition of the brain.
Fact worth ksowixo. -Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
nervous Headache, Costiveness and General Debility.
Great Disoovkry." Amon tho most important of
all the great medical discoveries of this age may be
considered the system of vaccination for protection
from Small Pox, the Cephalic Pill for relief of Head
ache, and the use of Quinine for the prevention of Fe
vers, either of which is a sure specific, whose benefits
will be experienced by suffering humanity long after
their discoverers are forgotten.
&STiit yon ever have the Sick Headache f 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, conversation or
study. One of the Cephalic Pills would have delivered
you from all the suffering which you then experienced.
For this and other purposes yon should always have a
box of them on hand to use as occasion requires.
V- CURE .
T,r 1H nM at these ' Pills the periodic attacks of
Nervnis or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
taken al the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject..
Tney act gently upon tne oowetSj removing wsuop-
For IMeraru Men. Students, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving ton and vigor
la the 'digestive organs, and restoring the natural
elasticity and strength of the whole sysura. - -
The CEPHALI PILLS are the result of long Inves
tigation and carefully conducted experiments, having
been in nse many years, during which time they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and
s inermg irotn tteauacne, waemer originating in tne
nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their comp sition.
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety with
out masingacy change of diet, and the absence rf any
disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer them to
BEWARE OF COCNTERFETTS I . ; . '
Th genuine have fire signatures cf Ben ry C. Spald
ing on each box.- --- - - , - - - - -
Sold by Druggists and another Dealers in Medicine.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of th
PIUCE 25 CEKTS.
All orders should be addressed to .. ' "
HENRY 0. SPALDING,
0" LA.D WANTED I
.H U 184 lr, .7 l& 1326 .M '338 li - - M I
I "M i? O 1.1 T IE E S".
AXE WHOLESALE DEALERS LV
FOREIGN AND D 0 M EST I G LIQUORS,
: Clgvu's, Toliacco, c,.
diaou.r'baa, Oil Ua. Ksn-jaVta. Insb. aal Seotli 'WTtisky, Cognac, French, Slierry, Peaak
aai Aaolj Braiius; Par:, Uiljr.a- Malawi, Caaai.asna a.ad Catawba Wines:
- 833liaalHjUialG.a.ailaU avatvai: jrtljjot A.tqu3r tiiatcaabe)
found ia tha Westara coa&try.
fT3S?53t STOCS, PRODUCE, kc., TAXEX IN EXCHA.VGK FOR ANY OF OCR GOODS, or wa win exchange for
Q Wild or Improved Laud, at Cah Prices, where the titles are perfect. Our terms will be to sell the owner
of a piece of land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, Sc., or such an assortment aa he may select, at our lowest
Cash Prices, and tike our cay in one-third cash, and two-thirds in Land.
Parties exchanging Lands for Liquors, Ac , can have the total amount of the bCI all at one time, or they can
aloee the trade with us, and order the goods tn large or small quantities, and only pay the one-third cash pay
ment on each order, or we will sell at low figures for a small proportion. Cash, and give king
credit on the balance. We g-iruanlee our stock to be as good as can be found in tbe Western country.
C. 11. TV LRU CO
sept 10-ly ' NO. 23 NORTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MiSSOURL
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and Ktf tiniisked.
THE undersigned having taken the FT. CLOUD
HOTEL, ban enlarged it materially, and refurnish
ed it throughout in the most elegant style, will open
the house to the public on Thursday the 5;h insiL
SAM I. EL J. CAR ILK.
July 2 dtf. ce
0a the European Plan,
- CITY OP KCW YORX-E"
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort at.,
(Opposite City Hall.) -Meals,
as they mar bo ordered, in the stiacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B. Bewarb op Ecxxebs am' Hackmx who say
we are full. It. FHECII,
I.t-op tiled .Hcit. tiHli,
THE Tennessee Coffee and Diniug HalL All the good
things of the season will be kept constantly on
hand. . , J. T. EIGGS.,
COKXER CCAE ANT) CBEKriY oTiiEETS,
!VaUvl)le, - - - Teunetsce.
3. HlOOlWi, Lvoivictor.
I HAVE made extensive arrangements for the recoi v
ng of all the delecacies of the coming season, of
Fish, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be frora the
most celebrated Nds. 1'ickels and condiments from
the celebrated establisbmvnto of Cross i; biackweiinnd
Lea & Perrin. with a Urge und welt selected stock cf
Wisiesj Iitiiiar.', S-C. &.C.
Excellent COOKS and attentive Waitera, the who'e
under the superintendence of that wellkaowa Eiiicurc,
On and after the 15th of September we will b pre
pared to Whit upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arrangement to thtir
43- REMEMBER IHE METEOPOUTAX. "o
UI3 ION RESTAURANT
Union st., op;o-iie htatc Hank
rrAKE pleasnr 'n iim nir.g the pubhc that they
A have recently fitted up a tl.ie
Etia-r and Diinklitg Saloon
as above. ' Thev will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME, OYsTEno. FISH, ax., kc. They so
licit a shrae of patronage. Good cooks and n nnv..
waiters. - sepi3-tl
"Roll on, Silver 3Ioon,
Guide tlie traveler on l.is way,"
JVASI1VILLE DIViXG SiLOOX,
, N O. 23 CEDAR STREET.
THE undersigned would respectfully announce that
their DINING SALOON, at No 23 Cedar street, is
open at all hours, and that their Tabk-a are supplied
with the best of everything in the way of Fish, Flesh
and Fowl, and everything else that the nicest lasu
may demand. Their determination 13 that their es
tablishment shall, in no rcspert, be inferior to the very
best. Their house is supplied with Wines of the most
choice brands. CHAd. W. SMITH,
novll tf " SAM CLARK.
THE B AlloN ES HOUiE,
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
l?io. 43. Union Street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements for regular supply oi
Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wines, aud every other article of luxury which -sin
possibly be obtained in Nashville. The house is pro
vided with the best ot Cooks, and the best apiiaraln.
for cooking. Eating Hall ntted up in handsome, com
fortable style. . - sep3- tl
IMPROVED PIANO - FORTES J
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM " .
CORXER THIRD A TEXCE, IfEir.rORK
ipOR a quarter of a century the Instruments manu
factured at the above establishment have ranked
among the fi st in the country. Their durability,
strength, and delicacy of tone and touch are highly ap
preciated by all who have given them a thorough trial.
The pnr,;rieior, by giving his p w-siual attention to the
manufacture of each instrument, iu aK its details, Is
enubk-d lo guarantee superior excellence aud reliability
in every respect. " , . octS-Sna
- ' , . .
New Steinwav Piano
At IaucIl's Slusic Btorc,
IVe. 4.5 Union street.
plostrumectiS warranted new
a HKktaiKtv riavR from the man- F
" ' " V . t3-i,
f vili sell it mannfaciurer'B J J it
pr. j without additional charge for freight. Tbn
in wantef a Piano will find it u. their interest
call and exanuno it before purchasing. '
:.. . ' - JOHV LUCK.
TOa'17-tf Music Dealer. 4S ITniun
1AM now receiving my Fall Stock of Pianof rtes from
the following Factories, which will be the largest
ever offered in the city: Steinway k Sons, A. H Gaie i
Co. , Haynee Brothers; Hazletn Brothers, Wm. Kauble
ez Co., Peters and weoo, Light A Uradburry and Soeb-beUr-i
Schmidt, all of which witt be sold at a Email
advance on coet for cash or negotiable paper. - All lh
hew and popular Music just received, together wnh
Accord eons, Violins, Flutes, Drums, brass Instruments,
&c. r or oargams "come to me," at numner aa.
eeptlo-tf car JAS. a. McCLURE. J
HAYING associated with me Mr.
ELIJAH MORION and Prof. HI.R-
SCICELL FEMONJ am prepared to at- 1 IT f rl
tend to ail orders lor Tuning and lit- J m J J
pairing Pianos. Melodeocs, and all kindsof Musical Tn-
atruments, w:m promptness, ana such. excciJcnue as
will give perf.-ct satisfaci ion. - .
Thse is wan; of VIoUNS and GCTTAE3, can now
A large EVick of -teiu way's and A. ii. cale A; Co.'s (
Pi.inos on hand, Sold at New York prices, rifc-ardioss cf V
freght,&c. - .
I have also a large number of 7 nl 6-4 Octave Pi
anos for Bent, If purchased within one year, the rent
applied as part pa menu . . . '
For the best Pian., fee., call at t e long estib.isacd
Music Store, No. 33 Lnion street .. ,-..
noz22-tf - - - - - JAMKS A. MTLUEi.
SCI1UETZE &: LUPOLFF,
- f ANUFACi TREKS o Iros Famr, jKfe2-
i I .vti. .nnifrii.il i-jUfiO.1! H -.. -.
AliO t-A. w lliai-j.i i
S, made with T J J 'f J
cynduclive lo . " - M "
ail Wie impreveu.ei.w Wu.. - j-. ,.OI
snrerimi.y t.f t..e, touch mil d J.''
MEDALH iwardedat t ie lei'! to Se
66 an 1 't5. aud lo ?t. Uauis, lSaU icrs. Scho
and Famihes wlU save money by calling bef -re p
.... . ..imii inr l ,) re
chasing. Ill imirmiiniw '"- - -
v EXCHANGE FOR
JUST RECEIVED BY
JOHN YORK & CO.
The Eellys' and the O'Eellya by Dr. Thone.
Margaret Mancrieffe by t harles Bnrdett.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne
The Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
Mill on the Floss. . '.-."
I iff. Struggle by Hiss Pardoe.
How tc eniy Life. .
Fawn of four Acres.
livh-g Rey-etentation Men.
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen.
Lite's Morning Life's Evening.
Notes on Nursing by Miss Nightingale - -El
Fureidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Enlogy on Washington Irving.
Littl Be uty by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macau lay,
Ty lney Hail a novel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of David by author of Prince House of
David - -
The Florence Stones by Jacob Abbott.
The Biblecal Reason Why Word of God.
Friers-Wood Poht Office by Hem, of RedclilL
Mademoiselle Mori a tale of Modern Rome.
S g t Years, and other Slorie by Julia Kavanagh
GOI-EY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GODtY'S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
PEIEKSON'S MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and for sale by
JOHN YORK k CO..
No. 33 Union strec
R. T. FLEJllAG,
U O li S E , S I G 1
- ' 62 TJnioa .Street, KASH7VTLLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
3 Order" from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
1 T 7 E should learn that one half of the children born.
V V die before they are five years old. Give no
strong medicines to children, but at once resort to the
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever been mvented. -
The Health Bitters,
For 23 cents, will make half a gallon of the best
?temach Biiieis known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dyspeptic bHbits, bilhous disorders derangement
.-I the stomach and bowels. Every family should use
thru at the present change of the season,
aprll-tf MACKENZIE & MTNCHIN.
1 ' 1 R V ST A CLE.
ITTK. T. WRIGHT t CO. . would respect-
fuilv inform the citiiens of Nashville
and the public generally that tney have
ourchased the well known Livery Stable and the stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, eo
Market street, just beiow the Square.
We hav first-rate lots and box-stalls to accommo
date drovers, aaJ all our friends who may favor us
with their palruuage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of fine Saddle Horses and
One Buggies to hire al all times.
The tact is, we do not intend being surpassed by any
stable m tbe Southern country. Come along and see
jat3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT & CO.
aaitimorc Dell mid Brass Works.
BALTIMORE, " Sid.
RKlitisTER. & WEBB,
Keep on hand and make to order,
OF everv size and tone, varying from 10 to 10.000
Hocxos, which are warranted in all recpects equal
to any made in the Cocstbt. Also, manufacture every
variety of Brass Faucets for Water, tsteam and Gas.
Aiso, Brass Castings, Babbitt's and Anil-Friction Metal
all of which is sold upon pleasing terms.
Senrt lor a Catalog cs asd Pkkx Lmr. -.-
maxl3-d6m . . ...
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
"! :BUKI THE
Cnlcrs taa lf Ltft ia Bci 91, P. 6.
s. jr. acivew.
1 S6 O . V
Fite, Shephard Ss Co.,
AVlioIcsale Dealers In
Va vie ties and Ciotliing,
No 3 Hicks' Building, north side PublicSqoare,
E invite Oae attention of City and Coantry Be
tail Muruhanu to our stock or .
PAX. Li AD WINTER GOODS,
now in store and ready for exhibition.
W rinr Hnlr wll K.(nnni1 nnncnill. HpmIIiM 1
com nie te, and we shall offer the strongest inducements
lo cash buyers and to all prompt and responsible deal-'
ers. ' FUE, SHEPHERD CO. .
ausSO-if -- - - -
Keats' Elegant Winter Shoes
SNYDER & FKIZZELL'S. :
GENTS' fine all Calf Pump Sole Gaiters; . -
" . " Stitcned " .. - -"
" " Square Edge ' " . -
w Double Sole ..
Hh Cat Lace Enamelled Boots, (heavy Botes.) .
" " . Calf . . "
' Patent Leather ' - "
Scotch Bottom Oongrees Gaiters.
" " Lace Boots. -Tbe
above are very Extra and will be sold cheap. -oci2d-tf
- . . - . - ' "
;ir( B G3 prime early White Wheat. .
UU 2 JO bags Modituranean Whaai, selected ex
pressly for seed and for sclo by . "1"'
octo-tf CO.N'KAD, rHANDLER k CO.
ECW LOST, HOW EiETOSXD.
Vf PublUhsi, in Sealed 'Envelope,
A LECTURE ON I HE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CCKE OF smiliAlOKKHuEA, or bemmal
WeakueM, Sexual Debihiy, Nervousness and Involun
lary tanK.ns .Ouucmg Impoiency, Coasumpiaan and
,i ..I ...... 1 i-ii-An ill lX:hilltV. - .
BrKOU; J. Ct-'LVERWELL, M. D., ,
Th. Imnoruini fact that the awful Consequences of
seu-abinse Oiay t eUtvlually removed without usternel
QJtUK IUL. 3 - ' . - .
siruBieuis, meUicotod bougies, and other empirtou ce
vic m here cmrly douiouaa-aied, and the enure ty
a.: and tighiy saccesslui treatment as adopted t-y the
ceieb.-tod auther fully expiaiued, by nans Ol whCh.
evaiv one is enabled to cure hinaeU' perieciiy, and at
the wast poosibie cost, thbsrebf avoniiug ail ii aavr
tisaU nosu-uais of tue day. lbs Lecture wul prove a
boon to thousands aud thousands,
jseut under n ui any address, post-paib, on the .
eeipt of two )ii.iage stomiji, by addressing Dr. CHAS.
J C. K.HNE, aO tirst Avenue, New York, Post Box..
4oatkJ - - - ' ' Julyl-cAw tid aprii a '61
Dickin's ANevv Book,
SiTOr?T STOFirr. icV JfeC!lvd and Jjlt f . -.