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, THURSDAY, DEC EM BEE. 20. 1860.
ROCK CITY MILLS.
'Bell" ? floor in bags . la hatf bags $
Old Hickory do " 4 25: M S 15
Earta do " S 60; " " " 1 89
Mixed Bran, per 1000 fts., on dollar.
Corn Meal, per bushel, (1 00.
Delivered to all parts of the city. sept 21-1 y
3I0YUIE.TS OP THE RAILROADS.
Departure of Passenger Trains.
Siawui a Coattaxooga 3:30 A. M., 3 P. M.
Tuisfiu a luuiu-3:00 p- M.
Locnntu k Nisanui-2tl5 A- M.,2tl5 P. M.
41 " GailalinExprees 3:tlO P-M.
Xasavxux a Dkatck TtO" a. VI., 6:3tf P- M.
Eoazrisu) a Ksrrucrr 2:45 P-
Arrival of Passenger Train.
Ni3HTTIjS ft Chattaxoogj 5 :30 P- M., 8 A. M.
Tsssssssb ft Alabaxa 10:'O A. M.
Lonsvnxxft KAaniA &tOO A. M.,5:OOP. M.
" Gallatin Express 9:30 A. M.
NiaarouiDtciTrt-1:15 A U-,l:i5 P.M.
Esennxts a Kxstccxt 1 0:1 5 A. 1L
ALL orders for subscription to the Patriot for le?s
than 12 months mml be accompanied with the
, . A LARGE, comfortable, well lighted THIRD STORY
) Ah. ROOM on Deoderick street, suitable for a B-ok-l
binder, t-a Idler, or for the manufacture of any light
ar.ictaa. Possession given immediately. Apply at this
0c. deel 3
a - A T w.w-w-. nw .c;i'f Til V l iRO.
"V. uiv A-V'm ... J a .j.j. m
xrt Mirror is ths Stati. Iu the daj3 of
chivalry not of Palmetto chiralry, but of
that chivalry which withstood a thousand
onsets of shield and lance, and at last fi ll
belore the stroke of a siogle pea about the
time the gsy young Knights-errant were hav
ing each a j !! fast timJ of it in winuing
golden spare and ihe smiles of ladye-live in
tilt and tournament, the belles aud b-.-aux
were wont to mike their toilets b. fore a shevt
of polished steel for a lookiog-gta. Ii
may hare been a litt"e before t!e days of
chivalry; we aie not quite sure about it ow
ing to our extreme youth at tbe time and
very treacherous memory suhsq i-nilj; but
it was some where aloo there. Richard III
exe'aimed on a ceruia m morable occasion,
at least according to tbe rendering f ihe
last star we raw attempt to da tl.e character :
""V. Sbine out, fair sun, while I silyme m-glass-;"
Irom which we infer (hat look'n-'-glisMs
were abroad in the times o? the
bloods GlosTke; though th-y rnat baveb n
of a ratu. r iuftiior q lality, or Ricuauo
could htro s-alut. d liU without the help o
What would the people of steel minor
say if tLey culd revUit the pllmp.s ! th.
moon io-d.y an I step iat the large w.ue-ro-
m ff GiS3 & Wahklx on Cherry Ftp-dud
S-e themselves ia tin; immense mirnr
just fl-ili-ofd and now to le seen tb- re ! Thi.
mirror, wi.icb i Fix fe t by eijtht and I a I
prbaps the larg.st in theSut'e was inl-
to order for a gentleman of tM vicinity, and
Is highly cred taMi to the tasie. -kili and en
terprise tl Mesi Gos3 & Warren, w bo per
mit m other bouse to surp.E3 them in their
line. The mirror Is of the fiat-st Fivneb
plate glass, and i3 surrounded y heavy
and rich gill frame. It will cost the pur
chaser, we -should say, very little of any Ies.
than five hund.td siuy. Ltiug out ia an
old fl-ld. yoa would take it t-n b a ynng
kating-pond nncommonly well f "Zon over.
ilessr. Goss & Warben hare a large stock
of beautiful frame for mirrors, paintings aud
engraving, and are constantly mniurdc ur
ing such articles to order. They aI?o hav
, fine assortment of large He 1 tngravii.ts.
amog which Is a ro-gnifi-ent EiElih engra
ving, a copy of Eosa BosHtCKt's c-lebrattd
Horse Fair, which sold in New York some
time since for ten thousand dollars. This
engraving is unusuilly large, and is beauti
Messrs. Gcs3 & Warrex are the agents
for the Cosmopolitan Art Union.
Fr- We received yesterday the following
communication from Washington in thi
State. It speaks for iUelf. We hand it to
the printer as it came, without crossing a t
or dotting an i :
Washington Decern the 15;b 63
Deer Paittrot wood yoa bee so kind as to
Invite Our wot they trend Wm Bilbo hoo is
in South Carolina adeiag and in corageing
the Secesion Movement by promUing the
State of tenn to pertiapate in Such A Jles
ear back' to Lis frends in nashvill or to Lis
goald regon in the Wountana
for out of snch indiscretion so match mis
cheaf gro yours truley tennessein
jc-Thft President's Message was forward
ed entire from Philadelphia to Cincinnati by
telegraph in six hours, an unparalleled feat
of telegraphing. A boy, who is a telgragph
operator at Pittsburg, sent the first column
of the matter in fifty five and tbe second col
nmn in fortv-eisht minutes. Five columns
. . : ,i t
For. ana a uau oi mailer e ictcncu m tuc
"See in Cincinnati without breaking the cii
RtFKit, and it was w:itt-n in manifold, Irom the
h-Snnd of the Instrument. Th capacity and
. Qsefulne-i of the teles-rapb is s:roLgly ilius-
t rated in the achievement.
A Mr. Tassis has recently died in
i London, at the age of eighty-:hret who ga'n
ed much notoriety years ago, as the lucky
winnrr of the great Shakespeaie Dovd. 11
Lottery. It Is understood that tbe lotterv
ticket by which Mr. Ta-SIE lH-came p-fe!-sed
of the Boydell Gallery and Pictur. s, was ob
tained in this wy : A g-ntl man cl d at
Mr. Ta-Ss Hhip. and. mentioning tbe mat
ter to Lim, sk d lim if bo had t xen a t ck
eU Finding that ha bad not done si, tbi.-
. gentleman o3". r d Mr. Ta3 is bis own (or one
ol bis own); Mr. Tas k took it, and paid hi
gaineu Tbi tunn-d out to be the priz -ticket,
and brought its owner pictures and n
lease fr which be r.ceived uWirds t-I fifty
tboasaod dollar- in m-Kiey.
Thr Conczbt and Call To night.- L-t tie
i young people rememiier that the cooci rtund
ball of Horn's Silver E ud are to come C
i 'this evening. It ut fu-n that yoa can g
i to both a ball and a eooct-rt on a single iK k-
et, and It Is still D'-r rarly tbe ca?e that
yoo have an opportuuity to dance to 8ncb
musln aa will be furnLrfud by the Baud this
no Xbe concert of the Pliillra nmio S
ciety the other eveuing was one of the most
charming they Lave yet given, aud was at
tended, by an unusually Urge audience, tie
Hall being very nearly full.
No. IS. Metr. Greix 4 Co , news deal
ers ud periodical agrnt, Dnion street, have
received No. 13 r Bsablk's Dime Novel
Cfdar Swamp, or Wild at's Brigade." TU
thirteen Tulomea m;y be had for one dollar
and ttlny cents. Cheap as dirt. Messrs.
Grkc-s 4 Co- have al.o received all the litr
ary and illustrated papers frr th current
" Hirer rvevrs,
Dec- 18-Jobn A. Fisher, Padacah.
Dec 19 John A. Fisher, Paduoah.
The river is rising, with 3 leet water on
the Shoals. Tbe weather yesterday was very
wet, and Tuesday eight It rained almoet I in
cessantly. The prospect is good for a heavy
rise- "i . T '." .'. .... " ".v , " . '
Tbe r-llnaetonka Is tbe paekst for Pnducah
t-d7. 5h 1tw at tiga nooa.
GtNlCd I.V TBS U-ica. The suljoiltd
poem, so beautiful in its arlle-s simplicity,
was 'written by a young gentltman in the
dry-goods trade and snt to a young lody
from whom he had received a "brquette' ol
"roses so fresh ard so pure." We can testify
to the fact, for we saw Ii done:
Xo 2H las
Jlxij thanks to tbeelor the boqnette
Whose roses so fi esh and so paf
Li God's own fo ms and dc-aii a
o beaut jol and rear
And pre:cote 1 to ma by thee
Whose hem seams aa pure
As the roses themselves which to
are so beautiful and dear.
Why have I heretefor doubted your
. frien ship f ,r me.
Wby should I doubt, when I'r bad
no reason to d so.
O 1 wby can I longer doubt when
Sue j roea are giveu by h -e
0 t must I longer doubt t do tell me.
do teli mo, tor I do not know
Dotbt 1 yes I may do .bt
for tiee so pure and so kind.
1 know cai.m t Lave but
Utt!e regard for such as I am.
O ! that I were so pure as
Then I could bop nevertheless
tne roses are beautiful and dear.
A Question for Rairoad Men. Oar ju
nior devil desires to know how many passen
gers are carried, on an average, by a first
class -"train of thought.''
SJ"-Tbe negro woman Betst, charged
wiiS burning the house of Mrs. Stoelet, was
found guilty before the Criminal Court yes
terday, and wa3 sentenced to p cive thirty
lashes, and be sold out of the Slate.
Severe Pekai.tt. A boy named Jonfs,
nbtiut fuiteen years or age, had his trial be
foie the Crimiartl Court jestcrd iy for steal
ing some shoes from a store on Union street
Tne youngster pb-ad.-d guilty to the charge,
and wa. sentenced to be cufiued in jail three
hours and pay the costs of the suit. If be
h;id been af w y--ars older, it is likely he
would have bceu "in for it'' to a much great
Frnkf.)RT Coil NkVKAi.TU J. II. Jo:is
sWN, E q.. gr.iceinl and forcible writer, his
a sj.itrKd ti e ediiori.il luanag.-uient of the
Fra..k!oi I Commmuauflh.
Mri;T3Rincj MtiVKiiE.NTa. The Cecil (Md.1
DtvoC'ut Nij.-t ibu uu .he nubt f the ii.
m-i a Ktranger rrivt-d at Cbai k-ft -wu, in
th it c Miu'y. with lour LhX a, coutaiuiiii:
. biit t-o ib iitsiiiiil Ktieii, all t-t.iinjjc-l, wbic
lie a-si.-ied the Po-itn mi r in ia iii-'g to their
eer.il destiii.tii-n. Th ; tmo rofs.iys th. t-e
.ri)Ce l:;ig-i hare excit d a t'eal uuuuul o
c irio.-i y.
Sf The 1 .rget pi cj of silver ever t. -k-o
Ir in a mine vrus loud ia N -ruay. i.d
iIaCetl in tbe It tyal M im urn at Coeuliug- I-.
It weighed ot 0 ound.-, iud uan wurtb ahoa.
$3 0J3. Ia iuuib America a iiuss ol rilvci,
n-a-Iy pur-, wii lojud lu 1791, which
wtibid 370 io lud.
ST" The allegid forg -ty of the will of the
!a;e eu.itor Biuderick, winch - gives S130 -0
)0 to the tdur ol a Nv York i-poi tiug pa
per, is to Uj investigaUd.
CI7"It is said the printing paper used in
the Londou Timii .fE;e aouually corts i735,
Hollo iv. y'a t.Iutnjeul.- Eryslpciis and
aU ioSimmatary diseas. s yiiud to a di.i nt use of this
powtufal preparation. Ia tha foot, band an J neck,
taeir approach shoali be checked at once if suppura
tion enjats, dii-ger is laiminent, and the tmiTe cannot
be employed without Jcypu'dizing lL'e. Ihis OU.tr
ment wti remove the disorder, without cutting, pain
or peril. decl-lw
From the Home Journal, New-York, Aug-ast CT, 1359.
Among the many apparent triSes continually being
brought to the surface from tbe ideal under world of
the unknown, there are occasionally simple articles
casting bat 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 GIno. Its uses are innumerable,
and as its cost is next to nothing, the demand for it is
universal. It is prepared with chemicals, and used
cold requiring bat linle still or time tor its applica
CoxnaixEcs. We have heard repeatedly during tbe
last few days, persons complaing of weakness and de
bility. We would say to all such, get some of McLean's
Strengthening CordLil and Blood Purifier. It i3 beyond
all doubt the only remedy that will renovate and
strengthen the syEtera. Tbe immense demand fur it
from all parss of the United States is ppoof eno-iga of
its beneacial eifecss. We know by experience that it
Is a delicious remedy to take. Ca 1 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 business. I invite all t'jose desirous of purchas
ing Goods to call and see for themselves a- 'o. 22
South Side the Square. DAVID HUMPHREY.
All those Indebted to I. C. Xicholson & Co., or Nich
olson Jc Hamphrey, will please 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 Lave stu lu d Book Keeping,
and think, with so in 6 experience could take
charge cf tbe books, ol a concern; salary no
bj ct, ref rence given if required its to
charac er, Jtc. A;ly at R -ddick's Boarding
Uouse, Cuerry St.. if I should be abssut leave
a note e.atiug where I Miall call.
GEJ. B. FREXCLT,
Ltte of A un r-t coua'y, Virginia.
Perry Davis' Pain KlUur, the old and wall known
ramJy, which has acq. JireJ a worl I wile rcn wn tor
the care of sal lea culls, coughs, etc, weak stomach,
general debiUty , n using sore m uth, cancered luoatb
or throat, liver compUwt, dyspsi or inligcstion,
cramp an! piln in the stomach, bowtl cumpUiiit,
piintors' coil-, Asutic ch lera, diarrce i and dy tentei y
has lust none of its gooa ntma by reputed t iais ; but
continues to occupy a pnminjnt pwttlon in every
family madicina chsu Mbano Sias, Etc V2i, 1&9
dJ d '
Dr. IVtaccr't Otnktr and Salt BSeum Syrup and
Ctrait fr atria j iwin bg pwij 'iJ tk blood.
UKI UJIs. HOW. IT ACT.-.
When dUease has baen long in the system, the first
fl itwrinz fyu-.;.tim after Uklng ths Syrup r that the
humor Increases on fie sitla This siioaU iot ala; m
yon, it oaiy shows that the diseases la working out
lust the res alt wo waul to Se ; apply th Orate, sua
tij haaor wiU heal, and toe aiseaSa soon dlsappiar.
Ths propria or of Dr. . 0. Richardson's Concentra
ted Sherry Wine Bitters, has long sin revived the
tuaults of too as mis cf invalids who have been bene
fitted by the uu of Uui valaabls and eAtraordioary
medicine. " -.
Fifteen Barrel Saner Kiaut for sale at No.
33 Market street, and at II. S. French &
Son's, by JOHN M WILLIAMS.
Ths Advertiser, having been reaiored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having Suf
fered several years with a severe lung aoVctioB, and
tint oread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to bis f:'ow-su3erert the means of cure.
To ail who desire tt, ho will send a copy of ths pre
scription used (ree of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
ture cr far COXSCJfPTIOX, ASTHMA, BROS
ClimS, ttc. ' Th only object of th advertiser In
sending th Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread tuformation which he conceives to be nralu
able, and h hopes every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will coat them aothing, and may pro biesaig
Parties wishing th prescription will p address
1 j. Ev. EDWARD A. Wl Ojl, i ;
ot4-Jy ilnrs County, Kw York.'
i ... - ' : . .
nOI&K'S.'SILVti!' B 1 S D !
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND IX
THE CITY, will attend to all calls tor music both at
bom and abroad, giving en (ire satlsXaction or no
barge. The Band ia composed of
Fifteen l3erfor -ner?,
with a complete set of new silver instruments
All calls for music, for funerals, plc-nics, serenades
and JnbUoe will be attended to promptly.
W. L. HORN, - .
Manager and Conductor,
apr2T$ly 15 South College St.
EIn consequence of some very wild
shooting recently done ia our city, Ike Bow
ers has opened a Pistol Ga!lery on the cor
ner of Cedar and Cherry streets, 3d floor,
where those who anticipate little amusements
of that kind can have an opportunity of
learning tbe beautiful art ; and he guaran
tees tba after a very little practice you can
'wiog" your man every time. .Open this
Wc are glad to see that we have the
rare oportnnity again, to sell or exchange
our second-band clothes for tbe beautiful
stock cf China, Glass Ware, Fancy Cbina
Toys and Jewelry, which has been opened by
Messrs. Oppenbeimer &, Wertheimer, suc
cessors to Mr. Bartchie, over the Store at
Hardy & Bros. lta.
Int-ndin to reduce what is certainly the largest
TOUACUO AT I CltiAAS
L THE STATE.
I will sell from this time without regard to Pro&ls.
J. W. LA.XGLEY,
dec6-lf 44 Union Street.
We have a large Etock of Winter Clo
tqtn'O lor Men and Coys wear, which we are
selling at prices to suit the times.
Alabama, South Carolina, Georgia, North
Carolina aid Virginia Money taken at par.
WARD, BIRMINGHAM & CO.
nov24-lm No. 2l Pub is Square.
n. u. u.
Ridway's Segolatin Fills.
The T.-iimpk of Veje'.abU MaJUcintt over Calomel,
VatnuK, and their Kindred Mineral Puison
The s ji ious umnee en aiidd upon the sick, afflicted
witai Cui.ia aud r ever, or Ague and ever. Typhoid
I'over, scai-lei aa 1 other tevei a, iu tne Adininutualion
oi tjjluinj, Ca.uin9l, AiSjnict Uiue til, ic , m wuulo
sala U3.s, are daily Sjui in tue Sou", on colored, and
yeiaw-siiiinsd c lppie ae no tollcis turongh our
SLeuia, vaiuy cry lug out for ueaitu koa.UK lhea Ukl
Lot p.iya.ci-ui. ana otucrs o.-ar ia u.uia, tuat in a 1
cjSs oiiucrr vi levora o. otaer disease, wlicre custom
nu snoiuj icd las t. -8c tpiin oi Quinine, alutuel,
or B ue PUl, to-a rt.Vuv'i' KhooualiNG PiLLd
rill s jcam to tn paliaut oil the beoolits, ui a much
lej tima thau thdSe pisoua are expecta to achieve,
without entaUlag sjcq Ijiriolo allaoas oi the liver,
uj-i. t, aua g.-n-rai system. Mne-untus ot the ols
eass hat aUliCl us.a.e caoSdd by OVjf closing with
y iiniaa AiSjuh;, Ca omul. 4;c ,
Kanwar's Rmcla'1.o Itlls operate in from hree to
six uojTB not strain ttio syrtv-iu io uut weaken it
iu not untalB t:ie Ouwal ai - O" te i wltli gum, ana
th ro.oro pleasant to toic pusitivciy cur a cousupa
t uu, uver com.iiamt, ludiKjsilou, uiariliata, mccurial
iisjuS a, Sc., w.ieu uotuui eise will touch tue com
pi .luia. IYoui 1 lu 6 pt.ai will pro.ii.ee a Lea. thy dis
hiTKe. Gua.-anl.-ed ui ba irtMirum tncrcuiyliuttiine
u aaa, ani.in my, and ever, dia-t c ana uaiige oua
ir g. Tiio ao-tai apturi.-iil in tiid WjiIU for lalua and
Iadiraj, Hriuva iug Ueo!rrut
For ul eruus, eruptive dUeas.-s, fUsviT': Rxxova
Tl0 E-wLvg.vr, l-i turf one thing uetnil'uL It rcvolu
tUd couiitim of thd biuoo, exptlliug every
. li in. ul tuat tona-i to deoompoaiuun aud putriuily,
in a equaiizja the tir ulalioa. it reetoruS the impairv-a
C'lnsiiluilun. It radlcai.y cures sore ey-s, and ail eal
in f i.isa-ies of the face or person. It male the scrof
ulous a ini, ani removes every syphilitic taint Irom
the disused system.
The Minuta Medicine.
Tnslanuuicous ejso ia given by Ka war's RsaDT Rs
usr m aii casjs uf ac-lo pain, iul;riial or exii n .1. It
stops ia a moment m-j nuidening agony of Rheuma
tism, neuralgia, t -ottiuihe, bar. 8, scalds, cuts -.nd
bruis, when applied outwardly, lorture, that ti
connnujd would c iuse doath. is axrld by a slugu-cos-
o: it, la five minutes. llsusnJsUifi-.-aae, giving
lima for the ucti.m of the other remedu-s. Ail com
pialnt-i caused by unha-t.lay air, are prevented by Its
occasional use. When th neruous system is para.yz-Mi
orconvuaed, it produces rapid rcacutin, immjoiale
ly relieving spasms, c-nvulsioi'S, hysterics, cc. For
the debiutat-Kl it is tne best possible stomachic, in
finitely better than alcbohol in any lrm. Have it on
brni always, for it may be required at any moment,
and no dru willsuppiy its place.
Radwa's Remedies are sotd by Druggists every
where. tWIX. PENDLETON t CO., Azents for Nashvule.
RAD WAY & CO.,
deel -Ira 23 John Street, N. Y.
To ths 1'cisiors cf Nashville and
THE Independent Order of Good Templars request
each or yoa to deliver a sermon on the evils of
IN EllrV RA - Ct, honday before Christmas, in your
JliS-i 1.1 "TOWNSEND,
T. C. CP.CK, J-Committer.
A- B. itOjRK, ) docl7-td
Small Tracts of Land for Sale
at Reduced Prices.
WE have for sale ten small tracts of land. 2 miles
from Nashville, at very low prices, suitable for
handsome building sites and market gardens, on liber
al credit, or in exahangre for city property. Also, for
pale several houses and lots in town, at low rates.
Call at No. 60 C'berrv street, up-stairs. on
decI3-lm " NANCE At WOODWARD.
Pecmansbip and Phonograpy
In Kirkman Buildings, carder of Summer and
Union Streets, .
IS now ready to receive Pupiis in the
above Branches. Ladies are taught
a neat, easy aud flowing style of writ
inz, and gentlemen in a free, bold and
ra-jid style. Pet sons fro-n 6 to 60 yeaisui age
laueut in a few lessons. Hours, 3 to P.M., and 7 to
9 at night. Pe sons from tbe country c n lioisti their
lessons in one week. Christmas week will be a good
O"portuuity fur peop'e to attend. Those who wish to
join Mr. I) '8 classes should do si without delay. The
great practical utility of Phonography, shown by the
following note from tbe Rev. J. S. Hays, supg -sts the
iuqu ry whether parents should withhold fiom their
children so great a blessing. Can tbe student who en
ters college without it be as successful as ho one who
can use it daily in the lecture room?
NaSHVuu, Dec 13th, 1360.
Mr- J. w. Dolbeix:
bir: The fi st lesson3 I took from you some time
si.ice ia Phonography, have enabled me to save more
than tw-ihir.s oi tua lab t iu prepai log my seru ons,
ani 1 have no doubt it will soon enable m" to save
tdree-loartas of it. I have never spent time more pro
dt ibiy tuan In its ulljiumetit, and 1 feel pertect y tree
iu rec m iwn Jin it to Cle. gymen generally, as a
in dans by wun:b a vast amount of tine may be saved,
an 1 that t.jo with tor I. ss efia t than is generally sup
posed. Its principles are tew ani simple, of t-a?y at
tauiti.eni an 1 s lited to the full xpression nf every
wo.d iu th j iacgaage, eithjr for present u-e or peima
J. S. HAY3,
Pastor of the 21 Presb; terian C'bureh,
If Clergymen would devote ons wtk to in attain
ment it would tn.ibie them to save six times that
..mount ol tuns tae fi st year.
A. P. Grlmteat, Aim'r. &a. vs Nancy Chad well, and
CE JKGK CH-tDWtu. LAND AND SLAVES.
1)UBo(aXI uj a dc ee oi the Chancery Court at
Naiuviue, at Novemb rTai m, lofli, ui the above
uamei u uij, I wi.l sau to in. uihocii biad.-i s on Ihe
prcMU$et, m TkM-tUaj, tkt 27Jk aVeccmtei-, 1880, Tne
L.uausoi WUICU th late George ChtUweit died fc iXjd
an 1 p a ssja tue aa lv-ina- on u d deeic. i liavid-
?M co t'ity and thd loitowing slaves, to wit: Hub ard.
ae . t yua, tarissa (m;, .lien (so;, ti.n.y (u),
tauauuei it), ila.y (23;, -iv (3j. Auuy ( 8, Jane
(.6;. M.uid (l.rJui-idl (ll).Jaaua (0), ii.ua (i).
ig loo Laud wui oe aoid on 1 ud 2 yeaa
credit, wita ut uitarSi., g oi pa.SoSai secmiiy r
qiLet aud iiaa to b retaiuad. the slaves uo 12
1U JUI..S c Ut, wiliioat tulefdSl. and VT lb. Se, notea
ot purcUtSdrs. wita two good sjcui Hie, wil. be r
q urcd at cose of Sale. - J. . GLtAVt.-,, G. k li.
Property for Sale,
E. H. Short and otners vs. P. Peacher and others.
r)T virtue nf a decree Is this cause at its October
JJ term, IsSO, t win at Pcsuuer's Mill in at .Dig. .m
rv co.. lean.. on iha IS n day '4 D.-cambar next. Sill
to tue higuest bid ter, the lollowim- property: The
Keai fcjlala wul bd divided iuto Sinal.cr tracts to suit
purchaaers, to wit : lb F irm un which P. Peacher
nuw lives, cootiluin 666 ac-e. Tnr is on this
arm a go.d toOacoo .-lum jry, wito Oral rat
aruws 1 ill also sell the iai gd Fiourin UiU. Known
as PACUEH'S MILL. This aiill has a never-failing
water power, and is situated in the heart ot a tine wheat
growiug cooulry. Also, 304 acrt-a of land, Known as
to "John A. Elliot tract," aiso 47 likely .ud valuable
N tGKUuj, 40 Hue Mules, atares ani i oils, s ri irsrS,
60 bead oi Cattle. 60 he i OI Sheep, 200 nogs, 200.000
Staves. SOOJ Floor rfan els, a iargd lot of farm. eg im-
olements. iucluduis a Keaper and Toreeher, one Car
rtage and Harness, 1 Btuxgy and iiarneea, Wagons
and Harness. 1 sett BUckauiith's TooiS, and nousuiiold
and kitchen Furaitoi, aud th present crop of Corn
and i jOacco. . .
The Real Estate will be sold on a credit of 1, 2, and
4 years, bond and security and lien required. - On th
personal properly, all sums of S6 and under cash; th
balance in 12 nw rubs, with interest from date; bond
and security required of the purchaser. Property not
delivered until tne terms ot the sale arccomplied witb.
Th sale will continue from day to day until all th
property is sold. A fin Barbaca will b prpard,
ana very ooay invuca to at Lena ana make trie pro
perty oring its ton vain. c u. k rf ts,
U02-4s, . Special Ccmmltfikmer.
DAI i . Y PATRIOT OFl- ICE,
Nashville, December 20tb, 18i0. J
The money market daring the past week has ? hown
no symptoms of relaxation, althongh oar tanks have
done as tuucii as they could safely to relieve the prea
s .ire. There is very Utile money seek ng investment;
yet those who hive good collaterals to offer, such as
bank stocks or State Boads, can get as much as they
want. But few men are able to fortify their credit
with such securities. .
Exchange has been scarce and in demand all the
week. R.-gular Bank rates 1 per cent, premium for
Eastern; other ratals S per cent, premium.
The Louisville Journal of yesterday says .'
The general bank rate yesterday for Eastern Ex
change was X 9 cent, premium, and the outside rate
IX to IX P em. New Orlean Exchange remains at
X to H cent, premium, 'lie ouly change iu cur
rency was an advance in the rates of discount upon
Hissoari money, wuicb is taken at 10(316 p cent, uia
count. At Cincinnati on the IStb, Eastern Exchange was
doll at ljt'fil per cent premium.
In New York on tbe 13th, Tennessee Bonds sold at
COTTON During the week which ended last eve
ning cotton continued to come in freely ; but the sales
were extremely limited. The outside figures offered
are 6ifSSc per ft,, and planters being unwilling to
take them, Withhold their crops from the market.
. T03ACCO Loose loaf 304c j H.; lugs l2c
CHEESE Western Reserve 11(311 c per pound.
FLOUR We quote V
Superfine, in barrels $6 00
Extra, " a 6 256 60
" in sacks 3 00(23 25
WHEAT This at tide is scarce, and will sell readily
at $1 25(31 85 p?r bushel.
BAON Shoulders 9XC; clear sides 12c; hams
12c per ft.
CORN White 75c per bushel ; mixed 70c.
0AT3 4550c per bushel.
LARD Supply limited. Sales at 12S12 Jc per ft
MEAL Is selling at 75c "ft bushel. .
FEATHERS We quote at 87038c ) ft.
GINSENG 35c H ft.
OSOCERIES W quote: Fair sugar 7c ft ft.jprime
to choice "XfflSXc, in barrels lc advance on
these fi-ures. .
New York Coffee Sugars lOXfflUX' ft., crushed
and pnwdered lli12c ; Loaf ll(312c t ft.
MOLA-SEj AND SYr.UP Mol sses in barrels 35c
"ft gal ; half barrels 40c; Sugar House 48(345c; Gulden
y rup in barrels 75c; ha f barrels 80c; and kegs (ten
COFFEE Rio 14X15c; Laguyra ll18c; Java 18
:0ctft. Stock Unlit.
TEA Impe lal S0c&$! ; Gunpowder S076c; Young
Hson 40e0j; Black C0cU 60.
SAi.T We quote Coart Saik at $1 26; and Fine at
$1 60; and Barrel at 40o bushel.
OITON YARNS The fo lowing are the Agents'
qu'4t ions for Co t -u Yarns: 700 and 8i0 9c V doc;
600 10 .; 6 011c, and 40012c.
m H13KY K. ct fied is heli t 20.-2230 fi gallon, and
count y at t0 6c 5P ga lou, accordlug t quality.
CANDLES d ar 18c fl ft tor light weight; JOc for
rult 'rig t. Tallow, summer press.-d, 12c; Sperm 45
BA SIN-- Layer $133 56 V b x: W. R. S3 M8 76.
SoAP- T rp -mine Si Ifai 76 fi box.
bRAN $1 10 ft cwu
HAY SJ4.328 V ton.
RYE S Ca $1 00 ft bushel.
BARLEY $1 .6 ft bu hel.
D ED FhU T pples, ple l, 4'34Sc; Peaches,
un eel-d $1 1631 $5; peeled d. $i2 26.
1 EA NU.S Demand goo I at e6375c.fl bushel.
Weekly it e view of th Cincinnati
Cixa vxati , Dec is.
BHOOMS Tbe mvk t remains very dull, and pri-
- s, to a great extent, wuat b considered nouiUal.
C u.iuon $1 2&$1 76
Fancy 1 i$;at 60
Ul a X 3 (a.1 7 6
jx.a er .... a i&(a 60
BRfUDSTtFTc ?iO' ur tas-, owlnc to the ad
van iu pi ices t New Yor . n.l New Orleans, the
demand 1 r F our has ions .erabit imiovedjl ough
or.cea we. n- adv.. c d.yet ho ders uave ba- n firu..
an b yen have been c nip Ilea to piv full rates fr
or ndsthat are lav rabiy Kkowq. tne rules or -a-p
rfl an i xna ad a 'nearly lvaOOO brUat 44 10
for the f u m r, an i S4 101 2a for he latier. 'there
er sa.es, u. we er, oi Lam ly at tt -a, out tne o ana
was ot co si.iere good ; xit a fuiniiy s 1 1 at Si lb&
6 26, tue outside t rkitf ior vbu c - lo.a. hat has been
I., go oom .na mo t oi tue past wees, ine ouyers
. eu.g ouul y mllieiS. Redso.dat SO , and Whit -at
SI, but tow rd i. close hoi eis advanced tneir views
to D c lor Krd and SI lor Wb te, but buyers r. fused
t UaI h'lid at h se tiur. a. oueriug quite tree y at 6c
loaur. Corn, owing to the light supply, vu advan
ced lc, clo ti g very fiim at wc. Osis i avu declined
to 25c, in bui., witns tes n ay oi i,wj Dusn is i
mat Dree, barl-y uiains veiyuull at 76c. Kal
ter' ana b-ewers, dur ng the we k, have been off r
i. g 70.-, but bo.de. s refu to teli pr me lo s of Full at
lers tuan 75c. ; p. 1 g sells to a Urn ted extent at 60(3
66c. a gjod demand for Rye at66$5Sc. .
CA DLiS AND SOA" Ih.-re was i better demand.
chiefly 1 ral.dur n the past weK, bat prices did not
change. We continue our quotations:
StarCandIes,full weight .'...20c
" 14 ot 18 ;
Opal " fuU weight 17
Parafilne Candl. s SOc
Tallow-4 double pressed... ............. .12 '
" common 11
Soap No. 1 and palm 6X
Germau. ... ...6X' .
" extra 7X
FRUTT3 A D NUTS Appl'S are in fair local demand
at$i 7534 for New York, iu large brls. Ohio sells
at SI 5(3,1 60. A f .ir demana for Radius at $2 65(3
i 60 per box, and 81 102 75 for Layers. Oranges
are aull at$7S per box.. No change in other ar
ticles. FrATHF R3 The market is dull, and prices have
fuith.-r declined. We quote Live Geese on arrival at
HIDES The market continues very dull, and prices
have declined. Wo quote:
DryFliut 11 12
Dry-salted 10 faille
S iWd... 6 (S 6Xo
Green 6(a 6c
Sheep PeiU, each 35 75c
HAY Tlie receipts continue in excess of the de
mand, and prices bave further declined, closing at
S1314 per tun for prime Timothy, in bales, on ar
IRON The market has not changed in any es-ential
particular since oar last, and we continue to quote:
Ohio Hut-blast Pig at 4(325, and Col i-blist at 27(3
3 1 per tun. B ir sells witn a good demand at 2X(3
2Xc and 8X&3XC.
I EATriER A continued dull market. We repeat
our quotations, which, however, are, to a great ex
Sole, city tanned, per ft ." 27(328c.
Hemlock, do do 23C5o.
Harness Leather, do 26 27c.
bKirting, do 28c0
Call ekins, per doz. $2536
Kip do do
Upper Leather, per doz. 33s40
Bridle do do .36(945
POTATOES There are no charges to note in the
mtrket, wbico continues very dull, aud prices, thouga
n lower, must be considered nominvl at o036c for
pr.ma N.shaunoc on ai rival.
HiGS The receipts since Saturd y were only about
3,600 head, ai d t ie u arkoi opened firm ana rather
but.yaut, and $ 60f 6a were pai i lor good hogs, on
the spot. For I rward delivery there were pretty tree
i, taring i at S SO, but packers were i ot disposed to
operate at tue p. ice asked for forward delivery. The
s lea wt re:
200 averaging 100 ft .." ..$5 60
170 " 0I1O ft 3 i 6 50
100 300 fti 6 eo
H0 -'eL Weduesaay, averaging 20 fts 6 40
lOOOaveragi gSOO ft'., eel vered Uu. wees.... 6 60
1 RoVISION The demand for Mess Pork has fal
len off, ana parce.a pack d las Week were 1 ougnt at
14 6 , and ai l e uose there were no buyers at over
this rate. A go d demana lor Gre n -Hams, in toe
Din mng, and 6,000 p ces sold at 6S(g.6X. the lauar
rata for lot to o . d. 1 vei e a lo mo. row. 4c0 p.. ces
fiue sold ai fcXc- Tbe.e is a muuerai uema dior
Lira, ad tue.s are w llii g 10 py 6Xc, butUis
asueral y i.a d at 8c Bui Maa s are h lu at 6X and
IXo ioos , wiih Btmsdemiuu at th se rates, p ck. d.
aue aec ipis oi cho ca ro 1 Bui.er, suilaole lo f mi
ly u , were h.r i equal to .bu doiuaud, aua a hd f
tn-t ho.d rs advau. ed pric but the ia e supply i f
p ime iu firs n preve 10 tiie a vane fiou. being
mauit iu . We quo choice 1 oil t lays 14c; prim
Wesuru Roserv.- au . Lui . I Ohio 0,al3 , and com
m u n m ual. Co. cw cutitinu. s very ui , with s .!
Sxiea to hd ret u w y at tfc for Weat n SeSarve; BXo
for Ha . bu f , a d 10 f r gluu l.i.y. Ths aulp
pi a arm nu is very ligi.t.
Bank Note and Exeka g List. 1
All Tna. B'k Notes
Bank of America. . .
lta drtdge Bank...
Odbse Bank -.
Bank of Tazewell. .
Louisiana Banks..... 1 dis
Mobu 1 as
.. 6 dis
otate Bank Ala 6 dis
yeutrai. 6 ai
Jommiwclal B'k 6 dis
.Ui good east's B'k. .10 dis
..lOdih Virginia AIO uia
,u.. s !
. Caaxiina at Geo..35 die
1. West'n B'k Ga....l0 dis
o'orlh Carolina...... 10 dis
""w Or leans........ 2 prs
Citizen's B'K, Mam.
.BO sale I
Bunk ol JeOarBoa..
York selling... . 6 pre
nuaaelphla X pr
aaltimora. ...X pr
(a liana stat Baua.
3 6 is
Louiavule.... ...... 'I pre
incinuali .......... 2pr
Agricultl B'k Browns
ville. Centra! Bank. '
Farm 'a ft Uerch'ts Bank
Mechanics' B'k, Memphis,
atemphis Saving Inst. ,
din. K Manuf. Bank, ,
3ank of Trenton. ' broke
- . Specie.
Gold, American. ..3$Spr Mlver..'..
....V... no sal
v Km, yvt maim
per aer..o sale I lzo's....
.UU Ml. iUO......
To tile Ladies and Gentlemen of XasliYille
; . r and fieioity. - . .-. .
BENJ. F. SHIEL-S st CO., will sell at Auction on
Monday morning and evening, Dec. 17th, at 10
o'clock, and continue Tuesday, the 18th, on of the
Urifxei and beet asssrted stocks of Gold and Silver
English, American and Anchor Watches, with A- fin
sunk of Gold Jewelry, comprising Etuscan , Carbuncle
Pearl, and all th late sty its and prttems usually found
in 0 st cia Jewelry tsubiishmenta. To Goods are
Bow opening and will b sold without rwservs for two
aays oniy. lerms casa oa delivery.
- r r"-.;'- . iw.-J
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY!
. OF GEORGIA.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE IN 1856.
V. Dawson & Co., managers.
MACON, OR SAVANNAH, GA
Policy Plan .Lottery 2
By this scheme purchasers can select their own
Numbers, and pay any amount for a ticket they may
Extra Class 2, Draws Oct' 3, 1860.
And on every succeeding day Sunday excepted) at 5
o'clock, P. M.
X? In this Scheme, there are 75 Numbers placed in
the Wheel from 1 up to 76 and twelve of these
Numbers are drawn from the Wheel. If a person se
lects one Number out of the 75, and that Number is
among the Numbers drawn, he gets five times the
amount invested, if two selected numbers are drawn,
he gets thirty for one : if three selected Numbers
are drawn, he gets two hundred for one ; if four se
lected Numbers are drawn, be geta a thousand for
one ; if five selected Numbers are drawn, five thousand
for one ; if six selected Numbers are drawn : fifteen
thousand to one. kkhestber, if two, or more, selected
Numbers are taken, and all those Numbers so selected
are not drawn among tbe Twelvo Drawn Numbers, the
Ticket is a Blank.
Our Havana Plan Lotteries
Draw Fopr (4) Times a Month.
And are the most liberal of any Scheme ever offered.
For particulars, address,
W. C. DAWSON k CO., Managers,
oct 31. Macon, and Savannah, Ga. :
ROYAL ilAVMA LOTTERY.
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal Havana
Lottery, conducted by the Spanish Government
nnder the supervision of tbe Captain General of Cuba
will take place at Havanah, on
. Friday January 4. 1861.
3 G 6,00 0 "ITo IaIauVWS
Sorceo Kumero 648 Ordinario. .
Capital Prize 100,000 dollars.
1 Prize of $100 000
50 Prizes of. 1,000
60 " " 600
153 " " 400
20 Appreximations... 8,800
1 " " 60,000
1 " " 30.000
1 " 20,000
1 " " 10,000
4 Approximations to tbe $100,000. of $800 each : 4
of 400 to 60.000 ; 4 of 400 to 30,000 ; 4 of 400, lo 20,000
4 of 400 to $10,000.
Whole Tickets $20 ; Halves $10 Quarters $5.
Prizes cashed at sight at 5 per cent discount.
Bills on all solvent Banks taken at par. - ' -A
drawing will be forwarded as soon as the result
S3- All orders for Schemes or Tickets to be address
ed to DON RODRIGUEZ, (care of City Post J Charleston,
So., Ca. decl-td.
- it- .
fi. 0. M'NAIRY & CO.
Selling at Cost
- FOR CASH
ALE GOODS, Carpets Included,
. . - EXCEPT . ...
Cost Prices Named in all Cases
Those buying on Time will be charged the regular
North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Lools
ianna and Kentucky money received at customary
rates. R. a M'NAIRY & CO.
WM. S.EAKIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
READY-HADE CtOTHIXG, VARIETIES, iC,
No. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,
WE invite tbe special attention of the trade to ou
Large and well assorted stock of ,
Fall and Water Goods,
Which we will sell Low for cash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. S. EAK1N k CO.
J- BROWN JEANS WANTED. novl2-tf
For TVcntfop 18(11,
rriHAT large and commodious Dwelling House sitoa-
L ted on the corner of Spring and Spruce streets,
auiuiuiu ii-T a ooaruujg uouae. x. v. aiuiousua.
For Sale or Bent.
THE fligibly situated Family Residence, No. 60,
Gay Street, between Vine and Spruce, having six
Wash Louses and all other necessary out-houses, is for
Bale on reasonable terms, or for rent for the ensuing
year, for terms, sc, apply ts w. JO. Robertson, tsq.
OeCl-lI BAG K. L.CKKNSJiAW. -
For IV cut.
"tN the Ewing Avenue, a very convenient Brick
Cottage, with seven rooms Rent $250. Likewise
a very desirable Frame Dwellidg house, with cistern,
Buute aua carriage uuuse, neat tou. Apply at
riugnes- Art Gauery, corner oi union ana college
streeis. . u. ULuntcs.
dec6-tf ' - -
FOR the yaar 1801, a nice, comfortable two
story Brick House, lust completed and in
good order, situated in Hynes' Addition, West
jNasnvuie. or ierms,sc, appiy to --
decl-2w GLASCOCK NEWSOif
rHAVE four handsome Cottage Houses in Edgefield
that I would like to rent to good tenants for the
year, 1861. For information call at my residence in
Edgefield, or on Wm. Moore, who is authorized to rent
or sen them. . .. . ca. iuviuiam.
. nov27-tf .- .
- FOR RENT FOR 1861.
r"rHE Store Room on College Street, occupied A,
A. or Messrs. uouia s t reemaa aa a urm
lure Establishment. --
Possession given 1st January, 1861.
THE firm or BLACKMAN GILLE-PIE, Boot, Shoe
and Trunk Dealers, South-west corner of the Square
and Market street Is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, Geo. It. Gillespie retiring. All those indebted to
the old firm ar requested to com forward and close
their acsounts with F. H. Blankman, who alone Isau-
inorizeo. to seme. r. u blalkman,
-;?......- -ty:- GEO. L. GILLESPIE,
In retiring from the firm of Blackman ft Gillespie,
tne unaersignea returns ws ooruau inarms ior in UD-
erai patronage bestowed, and earnestly requests a con
tinuanres of th same for his friend .ud successor.
De Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
DBY GOODS HEBCHA1TTS,
75, 77. 79, 81, 83 and 85 Duane St., V. T.
WOULD notify the Trade that they ar opening
Waeklv. ia new and baautifnl Minima
The Tf7amsntta Prints,
ALSO . -
. The Amoskeagr,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Country
for perfection of execution and design in full Madder
Colors. Our Print ar cheaper than any in tb. market
ana meeting vim extensive saie. ;
AST Orders promptly attended t.
Admin istra tor's Notice.
THE undersigned having snggested to the Clerk f
th County Court of Davidson conntv. tha M
vency of tbe estate of Thomas D. Stogner, dee'd. All
persons having claims against the same are notified to
file the same, authenticated in tbe manner prescribed
by law.ou or before the first day of June. 1861, with
th said Clerk, or they will be forever barred both ia
law ana equity. KINDRED BAY, Adm'r.
declO-tf ... . ..
Fresh Ileal, zzi StceU Feed,
XUST recelTd pec Ummr Poland a new supply by
nriXS on th Banks of Yirguila, Kentucky, North
A"aa ooaui urouns, vcerfia ana Aisuama win ;
takun by as as suaL HtAU a j.i;CA.
Has amauaxatios op LasatTAGES. There is a grow
lug tendency in this age to approrriate the most ex
pressive wards of other languages, and after a whil
to incorporate them into our own ; thus the word Ce
phalic, which is from the Greek, signifying "for the
neaa," is now Becoming popularized in connection
with Mr. Spalding's great Headache remedy, but it
will soon be used in a more general wa, and the word
Cephalic will become as common aa Electrotype and
many others whose distinction as foreign w.rds has
been worn away by common usage until they seem
-native ana to tne manor oorn."
Hi 'ad 'n 'orrible 'eadache this haflernoon. bandl
stepped into the bapothecaries hand says hi to the man
"can you nease me of an 'eadaoher' -'Does it hache
'ard," says 'e. "Hexceedingly," says hi, hand upon
that 'e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor it
cured me s quick that I 'ardly realized I 'ad an 'ead-
Bd Headachb is the favorite sign by which nature
makes known any deviation whatever from the 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
la. A (. K. mmiuliaH . nnrfl it a in.li-uT i.ir.o . i i . . i . 1 1
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 is sympathetic of dis
ease of tbe stomach, constituting rick headache, of
hepatic disease constituting tnliout headache, ol worms,
constipation and other disorders of the bowels, as
wen as renal ana uterine anections. Diseases or 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 nervout keanache, sometimes coming on sud
denly in a state 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 most in
stances the pain is in the front of the head, over one
or both eyes, and sometimes provoking vomiting ;
uunci una uiuaB uimj oiao it wuueu iTcurwlo,
For the treatment of either class ot Headache the
Cephalic 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 uneering index.
Bridget. Missus wants vou to send ber a box of
Cephalic Glue, no, a bottle of Prepared Pills, but I'm
thinking that's not just it naither ; but perhaps ye'll
be ailber knowina what it is. Ye see she's meh dead
and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants seme
more or mat same as reiaivea oer before.
LtruggisLYoa must mean Spalding's Cephalic Pills.
Bridget. Och I sure now and you've Bed it here's
the quarther 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 ao 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 ii U the precursor and companion oi many of the
most fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early
eradicated it will bring the euSerer to an untimely
grave. Among the lighter evils of whictrcosliveuess
is th usual attendant, are Headache, Colic, Rheuma
tism, Foul Breath, Piles and others ol like uat'ire,
while a long trxin of frightful diseases such as Maliir
naut Fevers, Abcesses, isysentary, iiiarrhosi. Dyspep
sia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria, Hypo
cnonorasis, Melancholy and Insanity, nrst indicate
their presence in the system by this alarming symp
tom. Not unfrequenuy the diseases named originate
in Constipation, but lake on an independent existence
unless the cause is eradicated in an early stage. From
all these considerations it follows that the disorder
Shofeld rlceive immediate attention whenever it oc
curs, and no person should neglect to get a box of Ce-
pnaiic nils on me nrst appearance or the complaint, as
their timely use will expel the inslduous approaches of
disease and destroy this dangerous foe to human life.
A Beal Blessing.
PAiyneian. Well, Mrs. Jones, bow is that headache?
Mrs. Jones. Gone I Doctor, all gone 1 the pill you
sent c red me m Just twenty minutes, ana l wish you
wouia sena me more, so that t can nave tnem oanay.
Physician. You can get them at any Druggists.
Call lor Cephalic Pills, I find they never tail, 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 or Doiaabs Saved. 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
making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars re
claimed from total loss by this valuable invention
Having made bis glue a household word, be now pro
poses to do the world still greater service by curing all
tbe aching heads with his Cephalic Pills, and if they
are as good as lis Glue, Headaches will soon vanish
away luxe snow in j uiy .
43" Over Excitement, and the mental care and anx
iety incident to close attention to business or study.
are among tbe numerous causes of Nervous Headache.
The disordered state of mind and body incident to this
distressing complaint Is a fatai blow to aU energy and
ambition. Sunerers by this disorder can always ob
tain speedy relief from these distressing attacks by
using one of tbe Cephalic Pills whenever the symp
toms appear. It quiets the overtasked brain, and
soothes tbe strained and jarring nerves, and relaxes
the tension or the stomach which always accompanies
and aggravates tne disordered condition of the brain.
X Fact worth kxowtng. Spalding's Cephalic Pills are
a certain cure for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Nervous ueaaacne, (Jostiveness ana uenerai iieDUity
Great Discovert. Amonv the most important of
all the great medical discoveries or mis age may oe
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. eiwer oi wuicu imtauro .imiiuv, wuw. oeucu
will be experienced by surfering humanity long after
their discoverers are torgottcn.
- acjr-DiD vou ever have the Sick Headache t Tio yon
remember tbe throbbing temples, tbe fevered brow.
the loathing and disgust at tbe sigm or iooa. now
totallv unfit voo were for nleasnre. conversation or
study. One of the Cephalic Pills would bave delivered
von rrnra ail tne sunerine wmcn vou men upwienaai.
For this and other purposes yoa should always have a
box of them on hand to use as occasion requires.
By tha ose of these Pills the periodic attacks of
Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and u
taken at the commencement of an attack Immediate
roller from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are ao subject.
.They act gently upon tb bowels, removing Costive
ess. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persons ot sedentary habits, they are valuable aa a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor
t the digestive organs, and restoring lb natural
elasticity and strength of tbe whole system.
Tha CEPHALI'. PILLS are the result cf long Inves.
tigation and carefully conducted experiments, having
boen in as many years, during which tim they have
prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and
s ifferiag from Headache, whether originating in the
nervous system or from a deranged state of the sumach .
They are entirely vegetable in their comp-iuon,
and may be taken at ail times with perfect safety with
out tnakiBgany change of diet, and the absence of ay
disaareeabie taste renders it easy to administer tkeax to
children. - '
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
The genome have five signatures of Henry C Spald
ing on each Box. . - -
Sold by Dr n jr (rials and all other Dealers in Medicines.
A Box will be sent by mail prepaid on receipt of the
PRICE 25 CENTS.
All orders should be addressed to ' - :
HENRY C. SPALDING, Z
ftcyU-dwtwwi.7 a Ctiar Street, "yew-Tcrk
i i r ii r
jaus xzr. " .
tW L.A.XD WANTED I
fs?- -r , WAV. -a? ni n W" v V V
WBUR30N Vy RYE
.1 p j?5a
lY.fJ RRAMflY - COCJIiAC
tssa : hi
t . tr. l -r
-v r:3 w v i i- v
( p i r 'A ru
i m p o xi rr tc m s. ;
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
foreign and Domestic liquors,
Cigars, TToliacco, fc.c.,
OldTBourhon, Old Rve, Monontrahla. Irish and Sooth Whisky, Csnac, French, Ehsrry.
and Aopls Brandies; Pare, Hilar a, Malaga, Cham anl and Catawba Wines
Scotch and HulianiGin, ail all ot'ar na eraia-oi Liquars thatcaabe
. luiuiu m uia ncswiu i,uiuii.rya
HORSES, STOCK, PRODUCE, 4c, TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR ANY OF OUR GOODS, or we wiU exchange for
Wild or Improved Lands, at Cash Prices, where the titles are perfect. Our terms will be to art! th aa-nw
of a piece cf land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, ftc,
wmu 1 1 nm, uiu iae wir pay m uuc-tuu u vuu, uu ..u
Parties exchanging Lands for Liquors, Ac can have the total amount of tbe bill all at one time, or tbey
lose the trade with us, and order the goodtnn large or small quantities, and only pay tbe one-third audi
meat ou eacu oruer, or we wiu eeu at tow
credit on the balance. We guruantee our stock to be as
sept 10-ly NO. 23
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL',
Enlarged and Refurnislied.
THE undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
HOTEL, has enlarged it materially, and refurnish
ed it throughout in the most elegant style, will open
the bouse to the public on Thursday tue Sin tnst.
SAMULLJ. UAH liai.
July 2 dtf. co
On the European -Plan,
CITY OF NEW Y0RK.J2
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day.
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort st
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the Hotel.
N. B Beware or Rcttxess anrt Eicioici who say
we are full. It. t'BEM'H.
THE Tennessee Coffee and Dining Hall. All the good
things of the season will be kept constantly on
band. J. T. U1UG3.
CORXSB cesab atd CHEKRV 81'KKjrrS.
.asfaTllle, - - - Teiiuessee
J. nooili; lvopili-tor.
HAVE made extensive arrangements for tbe receiv
ng of ail the delecacies ol the coming Season, ol
Fish. Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be froru the
most celebrated beds. Pickeis and con.liments from
the celebrated eetabihments of Cross & Black well anrt
Lea ft Perrin, with a large and well selected stock ol
Wine, Liqunrs, &c, &c.
Excellent C00K3 and attentive Walters, the whole
under the superintendance of that well known Epicure,
Ur. CHARLES PILLKS.
On and alter the 15 th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arrangement to their
A3- REMEMBER IHE METROPOLITAN.
Ufl ION RESTAURANT
aV. A. JOKlD,
Union St., opposite State Rank.
TAKE pleasur- in miomiing the public that they
have recently fitted up a fine
Eating and Drinking Saloon.
as above. They will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME, OYSTEKS. FIsH. ftc Ac. They so
licit a shrae of patronage. Good cooks and attentive
"Roll on, Silver Moon,
Guide the traveler on liis way,"
NASHVILLE DLYLYG SAL00X,
NO. 23 CEDAR STREET.
THE undersigned would respectfully announce that
their DLXLNG SALOON, at No 23 Cedar street, is
open at all hours, and that their Tables a-e supplied
with the best of everythiug in the way of Fish, Flesh
and Fowl, and everything else that the nicest taste
may. demand. Their determination is that their es
tablishment shall, in no res peel, be inferior to the very
best. Their house is supplied with Wines of tbe most
choice brands. CriAS. W. SMITH,
novl4 tf ' SAM CLARK.
THE BARNES HOUSE,
J. T. Barnes & Co.,' Proprietors,
LNo. 43, Union Street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and night, and
has extensive arrangements lor regular supply ol
Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wines, and every other article of luxury which -aui
possibly be obtained in Nashville. Tbe house is pro
vided with the best ot Cooks, and the best ai-iaralu
for cooking. Ealing Hall tilled up in handsome, com
fortable style. sep3 tl
IHPROVED PIANO - FORTES !
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM
CORNER 1HIRD AVENUE, NEW YORK
FOR a quarter of a century the Innrumenls manu
factured at tbe above establishment have ranked
among the first in the country. Their durability,
strength, and delicacy of tone aud touch are highly ap
preciated by all who have given them a thorough trial.
The proprietor, by giving his personal attention to the
manufacture of each instrument, in al its details, i
enabled to guarantee Superior excellence and relntbiiit)
in every respect. oct-3m
New Steinwav Piano
At IaUcU's tuslc tore,
No. 45 Union street.
S Instrument ts warranted n-w
dnotsixty daylroro the mau
ry , as a ill be seen ou rxaniina
I will sell tt mauufaulurw'S
pr- 4 wllbout auailioiuil cn.-riio ior ire
in wantol a riano win ujj it v-ineir luiernai
call and examine l before purcnamg
- ... JOHN I.CCR
ma'17-tf - wufiiO lealnr . 4S !'
1AM now receiving my Fall S '-ck of rjan'T rte froiu
the following Factories, which will be the la.rgi.si
aver offered in the city: bleinway ft Sons, A. U Gale :
Co., Haynea Brothers; Haz it u Urotbers, Wm. Kauble
ft Co Peters and weoo, ugut s osauourry ana tu
beller ft Schmidt, all of which will be sold at a mali
advance on cost for cash or negotiable paper. AU lh
new and popular Music Just received, together with
Aocordeons, Violins, Flutes, Drums, Brass Instruments,
ftc For bargains "com vo me," ai uumow oo.
sepUft-sf sac . . JAS. A. McCLURE.
P ATT IIS .-.MUSIC,
r-TAVTVfJ sasodated with in
AI ELIJAH MORION and Prof. HLR
5SCHELL FkTON,I am prepared to at-
rH tn all orders tor Ttmina and He-
pairing Pianos. Melodeons, and all kinusof Musical In
struments, with promptness, and such excellence aa
will give perrcct satisiaci ion.
Th,e in want of VIOLINS and GUITARS, can no-
have the assistance of Prof. Fentcn in their Select on.
A laree stock of Mein way's and A. H. Gal ft Co.'s
Pianos on band, sold at New York prices regardless of
fre gut, tc -
I have also a large number of 7 and tl Octave Pi
ano for Rent. If purchased within one year, the rent
applied as part payment.
For th best Piano, Ac., call At th long established
Music Store, No. 3& Union street.
naz22-tX - JAMES A. M'CLURE
SCHUETZE & LUDOLFF,
Tt ANCFACrURER3 or Iao Faasa,
iJL GRAND, SQUARE and PARt OK ti
G HAND PIANO FOKTfcS, made with
sal a IU juiwi vtiuivn-i . , . t.I
soperioriiy of toes, touch raid durability, rtL
MEDALS awarded at ta Kaira ia New nojK, ts
M and '55. and ia Hi. Louis, 159 -and
Fsmlhes wU tav. money by calling
chasing. Aii instruments guaranteed tor tiireey
Wareroom.5S BROOS 81., (.IW iW
01V..HN M w "
,lu urn J
V EXCHANGE FOil t
.7 III II i T UWk t M
U5 ; .. i
:.. If. :
or such an assortment as he mav select, at oar inmKt
- iun u, iu . m.
uguiea ior a small proportion. UABn. and
good as can be found in the Western country.
C. II. TYLK11 &. CO-
NORTH SECOND STREET, ST. LOUIS, MiSOUSL
JUST RECEIVED BY -
JOHN YORK & CO. ! '
The KeUys' and the O'Kellys by Dr. Thone,
Margaret Mancrkffo by I narles Burdett.
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne
"i he Duchess of Orleans.
Poe and bis Critics.
H. mbuldis Correspondence.
Uillon the Floss.
Life struggle by Mias Par do.
Uow to en aj Life. " '
Fawn of lour Acres.
livii g Kej-esenlat-on Mes.
An R. creations.
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies aad Gentlemen,
tile's Morning Lite's Evening.
Notes on Ntrs.ng by Miss Nightingale)
ti r-'ureidis oy author of Lamp Lighter. ' '
Cryaiit's Euiogy oa Washington 'rving.
Lilt! Be kty by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' l-Iters to Lord Macau lay,
ty mey Hail a lovoI by Thomas Hood,
throne of I avid by author of Prlao Hons si
The Flon uce Morics by Jacob Abbott,
fhe Bibk-dl Reason Why ordof God.
riers-w ood Poeionica by Hein, of Redooff.
K .deiimi-elie Mori a tal of Modem Rome.
g v Yeirs, and ther Slu i hy Julia Kavaaagh.
GOIEa"S LADIES' BOOK, for September.
GUlir.Y'S LAJ'lES' BOOK., for September'
PE1 LUZON'S M AG AIN E, for September.
PLThte-oVS MAGAZINE, for September.
Just received, and fur Sale bv
JOHN YORK ft CO.,
auglJ-ti No. 88 Union air
R. T. FLE311aG,
li O U S 11 , S 1 1
62 Union .Street, NASHVILLE,
( Between Cherry and Summer streets.)
7 Orders from the country promptly attended to
If the Grave Could Speak
T 7 E should learn that one half of th children born
die before they are five years old. Give no
strone madicinea to children, but at onoe resort to ths
The most valuable medicine for young children that
has ever boen invented.
The Health Bitters,
For 25 otnts, will make half a gallon of the best
stomach Bi iters known invaluable for weak constitu
tions, dyspeptic habits, bullous disorders derangement
ot the sumach and bowels. Every family should use
them at the present change of tbe season.
apr!4-lf MACKENZIE ft MXN'CHIN.
IX7M.T. WRIGHT ft CO., would reepect-
V fully iniorm tbe citizens of Nashville
and the public generally that tney have
purchased the well known Livery Stable and tbe stock
and fixtures, formerly occupied by Wm. J. Philips, en
Market street, just below the Square.
We haw fij-sl-raie lots and box-stalls to accommo
date drovers, and all our friends who may favor us
with their patronage
We pledge ourselves to give satisfaction in all cases.
We have a large number of fine Saddle Horses aad
fine Buggies to hire at aii times.
The tact is, we do not inleud being surpassed by any
Stable in tiie Southern country. Come along and se
tan3-ly WM. T. WRIGHT ft CO. .
Baltimore Cell and Crass Works.
REGErsTER & WEBB,
Keep on band and make to order, ' - 1
OF every sire and tone, varying from 10 TO 10,000
i-ocxds, which Are warranted in all respects equal
to any made in the Cocimtr Also, manufacture every
variety ot brass r auccts ior n aier, cwain uu ua
Also. Brass Castings, Babbitt's and Anti-Friction Meal
all of which is sold upon pleasing terms.
Send for a Catalogcs ad Pbics Use , , .-.
IF YOU WANT A HOT FIRE
iETNA COAL !
Crdrrs can be Left ia Bci 91, P. 0.
decl7-tf s. J. ABItKw',
iVEW FALL STOCK
1 S6 O .
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
TVboleaale Dealers In .
Varieties antl Clotulng,
No 3 Hicks' BuiUiizig .north side Public Square,
TE invite the attention of City and Country Re
tail Merc tin nu to our stock oi
FALL AM) WINTER GOODS,
ww tn store and ready for exhibition.
M- Our stock will be found unusually attractive aad
jompicW, ana we suail oflor the sirungest tnduoemente
ui oaab bayus and to ail prompt and re possible doai
vs. Flit, bHEPH KKil ft CO. -
.eLts' Elegant Winter Shoes
" AT .
SWDER & FRIZZELL'S.
GENTS' fine aU Calf Pump Sole Gaiters; y
" " Stitoued "
" " " Square Edge "
-- " Double boie " . i.
High Cat Lac EnameUed Boots, (heavy soles.)
" Calf " : "
Patent Leather ' " . ,
Scotch Bottom Couress taitars.
" ' Lacu UooU.
The above ai very xbxt and will be sold cheap. -ocua-if
;iAn BKG3 prime early White Wheat,
Ul 20O 043 Mddileranean Wheat, selected ex
pressly for beeo. aud lor sale by
octo-U CuNRAD, CHANDLER ft CO. ;
SBtfr MANHOOD, L
idaWdalHeBl A-L.J V iUklA 4AV
T.t n.,K7,.h.I in 'Seai'd Envelop.
A LECTURE ON THE NATURE, TSSATMENT AND RA
DICAL L'L'K. OF jiPl-itMAiuRKHOSi ot Seminal
Wiakuess, Sex-aal Debility, Nervouaos s4 Invomn
tary tmiluns producing lmpotency,UKumpteiSSn4.
Meuuland Pbystcai DebUity, - .. . - . . ss
en j rn.VERWELL. M- D., -
I Th, important fact that the awful cowequenoes of
Sibuuay be eaectually removed wioul unwrmal
meot-ines or the daugerous applications fcf eaustKS, in
', iiSi se?3 bougu. and other ejiiral ae-
nT.'ird Uighlv succeSRtui LiatoMiil as adopieu by In
olebrad amber fuily explained, by means cf which
etS-v one is eiiabll to ear bimseU irt ; y, aad at
thTii ibie cost, thereby avoidicg a'i tne adver
tad metruin-s the day. Ibis Lecture wiU prove a .
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent nnder sea! to any adlress, KW fiin, on tlfi re
eeipt of two ptwtage suimv, by artJresFicg 1. CH.-s. :
J C KLINE, S0 trst Avenue, New tort, rwlKl
4AT julyie-lw tiU apr'J l
SHORT ST0KIE3, jnst rcelTi ana SoT T
J0HNT0&S ft Oei
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