N ASH VILLJE:
TUESDAY KOENHrO . - . .JULY 20, 1858
K8TICE TO CITY SIT5SCRIBEBS. ". ,
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Wishing to confine oar business as near as
possible to the CASH 8 Y STEM, we have deter
mined hereafter to collect onr. subscriptions,
within the city, QUARTERLY. To carry this
determination into effect, we have placed onr
whole city list in the hands of Kr. JOHN JACK
SOW, Ion; connected with oar Office as
Clerk, who will make the collections, and also
attend to the delivery of the Papers, and see
that subscribers are served punctually. "We
hope this arrangement will be satisfactory to
all parties. Those who may desire to ears them
elee the necessity of making four payments
tinting the year, can, if they prefer it, pay in
advance for the whole vear.
We are again under oMigutions to
Hon. Johx Bei.l for valuable public docu
ments. Drowxkd. A eon of Mr. Thomas Johnsov
was diourui'd in the rivrr oppieilte the wharf
S:irdy morning lasf. II was engaged in
watering horses at the time of the sad acci
dent. Kobt. Paoe. a lad f about 15 sum
mer?, wan dfcoy d inlo a house yesterday. ly
a wumtin n auuA IIum-omb, h pr.icei ded to
iiiQkt upou hint ft ti-rriUe w hipping with a
c iwhide. Catire she bad been informed that
the boy had slaudered her fair fame ! S!ie
was ameti-d on two wurrauts and flmd ou
?r M.n. Stxxyuro fc Delwsfk, New
York, have in re-s and will iiue in a few
days, an uriginstl und humoro m woik. enti
tled. "Tin.' Life and Adventure of Maj. linger
Fhermau PotUr; togi-ilux with an accurate
and exceedingly tntt-reeting acctmnt of his
great achieveineuts in Politics, Diplomacy
and War all of which are recorded out of
sbeer love for the martial spirit of this truly
ambitious nation.' Illuetrated. We tshall
look f r this work with intt retst.
Cua.vgb of Qcakt:iw. Amoug.t the re
cent changes in our city, we. have failed to
note the removal of our fr'end I). I). Dickey,
who ban vacated the bonces be occupied ou
College ft roe t and 'brought up' in the well
known store-house, on Market street, in which
II. T. Yevtman haw due business (or some
years pa t. By the change Mr. Dickey gels a
location more convenient to the river and the
great produce mart of our city, where he will
lie happy to tw e hi old friends and all who
wish anything in bis line.
Furh sweet, such m-ltuiK strains !
Their soft h inuoiiw ix cade:ire ri now,
And hwi.-1'b in sob-inn r rmi'iriir lo its bright !
Now sinks in mellow mcs now iiii-a away
But leaves Us tUrlUiug memory on my ear !
So sung a FoA, whose houI was attuned to
divinest harmony. S mi;;ht sing homebody
we wot of, who enj yed, .Saturday uight,
"such sweet, such im lu'ng strains'" as breathe
only through ang-l lipc They have left n
thrilling memory" on ears uliiebwill long
vibrate with extatic d light. Who could have
been the fair MTciiad- is, if uot it-itaut-s IVoui
the celestial spin-ret
Steamboat and Itlver
July 18. Rock City, Paducah.
19. Bla.tcbe Lew'm. do.
IS. Acacia Cottage, Paducah.
19. Blanche Lewis, d .
Kock City, do.
Thirty three incite on llarpetb shoals, river
The '' was expected lat night, die depurU
for BL Louid to-day at noon.
Mt sicai. KxTFitTAtXMKNT. It gives us much
patislaction toctate that the lovt rs of rcmmI
music in our city, and tiny are nuimrous,
will have an opportunity atlordid them next
Thurcday night, to partake of a rich musicul
feast, Mies SCAM-AX.a young lady or extraor
dinary inii-ical talent, whk h hhe has been
assiduously culiivaling, under the auspiccH of
competent teachers, will give a concert at the
theatre on that evening, asM.-t. d by Mr.
Swe ARAN, and others. The bill haH pre
pared with good tafcto, and (-pat Lies with
'gems of the first water." We greatly mistake
the bound judgment of our lownswotneit, and
the gallantry of our gentlemen, iftheydonot
turu ut ou thin intcret-ling occasion iu large
$rB There is something peculiarly (-tart-ling
in the idea that the water in the river
Thames has become co olieni-ive as to inter
rupt the business of Parliantent. 1 he evil,
if it exists, js not confined lo the lIolle of
Parliament. Many hundred thou-nnd iuhat
itants who reside ai the wnterV tdgc cannot,
like memUTS of J'ailiumont, gtt away from
the t tench.
The Miskry oc the Thixu." A Peters
burger, writing from the Hygtia, at Old Point
Comfort, to the IntfUymcer, says: "The bath
ing here is peculiar. A t-tockade is built out
in the water, into which you enter and rnjoy
yourself as well an you can, considering an
other Htockade is erected lor the ladie. Thin
ia the misery of the thing. A f.w paces otr,
you 'hear the most delightful shrti ks and
terrains and the most musical laughter. You
know that fuu is going on. But win re you
are, there is naught save a in. luncboly ' slosh
ing around'? of billious amd hideous males.
The contrast between the two stockade the
fun, the frolic, and the females iu the one, and
the dull inasculiue splashing iu thu other ia
jpff We wish to inform the public that we
have just returnid from the eut. witti a beau
tiful stock of Dress (to1, aud feel confident
we can offer inducements to pui chasers viiual
to any other ruercbauU in the city. If prices
are au object, we are deUriuhud to sell as
cheap as the chenp-sl. We would call the
atteution of he Ladies especially to a lot of
aide fctripeU Bcrege aud Muslius, which we
bought unusually cheap and will sell lb m
the vara: way. AUo, Silks, Ducal and ail
the ditlerent kinds of Dress (Joods. Our stock
of staple goods is very complete, all or which
we wish to ditpooe ol iiutuvdUtely ou terms
most favorably to purchasers. Call boon aud
examine tor jourstlvc.
L C NICHOLSON A CO,
jy!2-tf. . No. 22 Public Square.
Oxk of the best articles of the pa-scut day
for purifying the blood, aud iniMrtiug bealtuy
and iuvigotating tone lo the human sysuui,
is McLean's stivugthening Cordial aud HUrmI
Purifier. We know it is. for we hav tried it.
oce udvertioimtut iu auoth r column.
ST. CLOUD 1IOTKL.
ARRIVALS UP TO 1 P. 11. ft N DAY, JVLY lSra.
if 8 aiiuma, Tujua; . , 11 S M-irUu, Output H-Ii,
rtnlif o M.UHXI, Kjr: It II Ju.ou,Cuiuutu;
A W Kouoi, New rW ; o U irbi.k auu ui,
J A bimun, Tun; (W;
Au 'l row i Colli and arrr't, Jtutge Wrht, do;
Aattwotxl; (ieo AiU-r, l.ult;
Ha rucu, WiiM-lur: Trf AiImum aud 6 mtt'U
Thi C B-.-rry , Nit C I 1; Uim;
J t KoUaut, " U i Pllluw , G-iumW
Jnn H UMUir, iuUki; : W ft U-ll, mkll fcUuyku;
J Wlll-l-l4, Kjr; K Y b-llitig, lkli..vi.lr ,
Bo: ry Wbili-iara, Ark; . . W B Kitkoigh, WMluuylua,
Mia MUw WUiUf.lu.l; A H slirp, Sjnrr;
J f Uae, Bowing oroa; imM T Uvurm, IUk-M, Ark;
Wm UulWr, AHA; f WoUrter, ilmm;
H S Ix-t r,lelutubu, Ky-ihn txmklw, Hick tun;
lllxf Looker, btduuis; M ft It KrU, Mreiphw
.i j LtKJkxr, do;
- For tXt DaHf Patriot.
'I?f lanlSBlppl n 1 er.' " -
I Mkssks. Editors : As there has lately been
a rise in the Mississippi river, that gave the
people therein a chance to see bow the levees
have caused it Jo rise in places, aud then fall
as they gave way, I will thank you to repub
lish what 1 said about it in the Spring of 1K56,
for I think now, as I did then, that it would
be better, and I safer to give vent to the water
and sand, than to try to eooflue 1t in that
long crooked channel. . -
Fot if Missouri and Arkansas can make
their levees stand. I think it will cause the
river to riseS, 10 or 15 feet higher, which
will cause it to back the water up in all the
branches, cretks and rivers in the States op
posite to them and send it down in a great
flood on others.
: If the ra-'mbers of Congress and other
statesmen had seen and heard as much strife,
ill-will, d. i mage and expense as I have, which
were produced by little damson little creek.,'
they might imagine what those great levees
on that great Kivor might produce.
I wish my business and health were such
that I could give you my views in full. so that
others might examine them, and improve oa
tin in, for the Misi-issippi river, and the laud
uij Ct to overflow by it, In of great impor
tance. It is said that the avernge of the over
flow is alMiut tO miloM wide, ami from the Ohio
Iliver to the Mexican Gulf, 500 miles, the
l.n.ds are rich and will produce sugar, lice,
cotton, corn, and many other plants, and they
might be made to produce food aud cloth for
a nation. Suppose we could bring one-half
to safe and successful cultivation, leaving the
oilier for swamps. lak,-s, rivirs ami limber
If the United .States should improve for the
next 23 years us they have heretofore done, I
think the land would bj worth $."0 per acre;
one-half at $50 per acre would be $480,000,
000; and would increase $10,000,000 per
year, for many years; then suppose we could
so improve the navigation as to save one
fourth of the expense, ou the river. I will
then put down nil of the various expenses
aud cost of the various kinds of boats on the
Iliver, from Cairo to New Orleans, for one
year, Bt $2,000 000 one-f.iurth of which is
S.IOO.OUO, which would largely increase
yearly. It is said, that from Cape Girard. au
to the mouth of the Iliver is about 120U miles
by the UirVr, and to the Gulf in an air line,
500 miles. We can make a channel from Cape
Girardeau to the Gulf, say 600 miles long,
wiUt some crooks, then it would have twice
as much fall per mile ns the Iliver. The
vehicity of the water in the new channel
would depend much on the quautity of the
water therein. I have had a little to do w ith
water arid warm smoke A3 y. ars, and the best
way to g -t clear of both, as I have learned, is
to give the one a straight and quick passage
down, and the other up. If you w ill examine
Ked river, as I have done, you will leurn that
where it is contim d, it rises alsiut three times
as high as where it can flow wide or out.
I think it a bad plan to try to confine the
river within its banks, in high water, by lev
ees, and if it and nil th -reou belouged to me,
would try to have one or two outlets made
Im.-Iuw New OiL;u;ik, which would l-t peti t of
the water out in a fresh, and one or two above,
which would empty into L ike Ponchartrain.
and two or three which would empty into the
Gulf; then I would open the river to the
Ynzoo, or make a channel up Uid river,
LUack and Tensas to the Yazoo; then straight
en and widen it to the St. Francis river; then
straighten and widen it to Cape Girardeau
into the Mississippi, so that the boats uud
part of the water could travel down in one
half the distance. We should remember, that
there is a great dit't reuce between the river
und the d lta above ami below the mouth of
Rtd rivtr; below there is uo water coming
iu, ami it inclines to go out, aud remain out
ai;d never return ; above the w attr is coming
iu ou both sib s, and is stirrouudi d by high
lands, which will retain it, and cause it to re
turn. I once went np White river 90 miles
iu baek-wat r, without seeing land. In order
to improve navigation, I would have all of
the large timber, wLich Ls lx.-iiling over tie
rivers, iu the way of lioats, or which is likely
to wash or fall iu, killed, and us soon as it be
comes dry, so that it would float, have it cut
down ; that would prevent it from sinking to
the bottom, where it now sinks to make snags
and causes the channel to fill up and change,
I think. Let us reduce this subject to a small
scale, ami suppose seven men having farms
one above the other ou a very crooked creek,
with many branches coming in on lioth sides,
that was subj ct to overflow the bottom from
hill to hill, would it not be Iw-tti r aud safer
lor them to unite and commence at the mouth
of the cre k and straighten and open it, so as
to give ent to the water and sand to puss out
as they worked upwards, thau for them to try
to ke p the water uud sand iu the long crook
ed channel, by two long crooked levees built
on bunks that is changing and giving way,
uud if they could confine it in the channel
would it not mak it rise and back up in all
the small si ream.-? I think it would, and
damage others which should be paid for.
I know the Mississippi River is one of the
great things of this world, and a great nation
has made a large donation ubout 12 or 15 000,
0i)0 acres of rich level land, by Congress in
150, to build the levees to control it, and
thai I subject my.- If to ridicule by giving my
opinion iu opposition to so many others, on a
m..lterof such vast importance to us as a na
tion, one that we all should feel some inti rest
in for peace, health, wealth, and strength. As
such 1 will thank others to publish this and
give us their opinions nbout it, for speaking
aud printing produces thinking and actiou.
Yours, vi ry respectfully,
S. W. ADKISSON.
July 19, 1S58. -
jiJf N. 1$. 1 think tho States mostly inter
ested in the above subject would do well to
have a meeting in Memphis or Vicksburg next
fall or w inter, to get the advice aud opinions
of practicable Statesmen, Jurors, Eiiginemeii,
Doalmen, 1'lanUrs, Merchants, and others, as
to the best plan aud way of promoting the
great- ct iutervst w ith the leat illwill. expense,
aud damage, f.r it is a greut and complicated
subj.ct with many iuurests and damages,
more than any two or three vttQ fully compre
hend, and is more worthy of the attention of
the bel aud wisest of men. S. W. A.
A Goon Si ui kb a.n Rksivikxc'e roa a Small
Family. The House and lot iu Kdgetkld,
lately occupied by John Hurry, deceased, is
for ale. Sid residence is located on the
Gallatiu turnpike, within a few minutes'
walk of the Publ.c Square, is wi ll improved,
aud bituaUd iu a k1Kl ueihbotho-xl. Any
oue d-iriug to purchase, can learn the terms
aud inspect th premise ou application to
Fall 4 Cuuniuguau.1, No. 47 Public Square.
Twy have also fur tale Uo uegro girls,
cctta liiWy.'WMo will be KoJd at a bargain to a
purchaser who will not rtmove tin in out ol
the county. '' -' ' e2S-lin
- Notick. Currox Albright A Co No. 15
Cedar Street, being deirous of cloning out
their slock of Spriugaud Summer Caskum-rrt)
aud Litteu Clothing lo make rouin tor A fall
stock, have now coumtcaoed to aell at cost
for cash. .The lo. k embrace some very de
sirable pattern of CdMUutere pant aud linen
clothiug of all deacriptintts. and presents an
Inducement to any that art not already sup
plied to call aud examine prior. We have a
few choice pauU palUrua w Inch we will make
up for a trifle ntur than ouo-half the usual
price. Please, call early if you would aial
yourlf of the choice. Call any way and
bee the proffered bargain, whether you' pur
euaae or nut, CLIFTON ALL BIO LIT A Co.
jyUiw. ' '
Xo the Pnblte
' In answer to the numerous letters addressed
to me on the "subject of the Mustang Lini
ment, I would say that I have had no connec
tion with that article tor several years. . It
was invented by me, and while put up under
my control and supervision, was ani versa! ly
accepted by the publ.c as the best liniment in
the world. In 1854 I eoW oat my interest in
it to other parties, and since that time it has
passed through the hands of several persons
most of whom have been eo unscrupulous aa
to manufacture it of inferior and cheap arti
cles, and thus to entirely destroy its value as
a medical remedy, trusting for success in sell
ing it, to its former highly established reputa
tion. Its present proprietors bve goue'so
far as to substitute other articles in its com
position lor those in the original prescription
bo that the Mustang Liniment now vended
possesses uo one of the distinguishing charac
teristics of the genuine article, as it was orig
inally invented and manufactured by me.
These parties, to enable themselves w ith more
fncilityto foist their worthless aud injurious
article on the public, use my ruune as its spon
sor, calling it "IJbaog's Mustang Liniment,
and cautioning the public to beware of any
other Bragg s Liniment as an imposition
This is done with a view of exciting a preju
dice against '-BragVu Arctic Liimkxt," an
article more recently invented by me, and
possessing all the virtues of the original Mus
tang, with some improvements the result of
experience and later discoveries and manu
factured by Bragg fc Bun-awes, which firm is
composed of my turn, Oliver T. Bragg and
Michael Burrow es. This article) is superior in
many respects to the Mustang when it was
put up pure and in good faith, uud is immea
surably superior to the article now vended as
I be Musiaug Liniment, it is also the ouly
liniment manufactured to which my name is
appended by my authority or consent. In
conclusion 1 cannot hold myself responsible
for auy of the evil results of using the Mus
taug Liniment now vended, and especially
ifu r this public disclaimer of any connection
hith its proprietorship or manufacture.
A. G. BRAGG. M. D.
Rock City Mills.
S. I-:. 1IAI .11 A. & Co., Proprietors.
Ft ISAL'MAN & CO., Manufacturers ol ROCK CITY
KLUL'K, will iay the highest price at all times,
lor Wln at and Corn, at tliuir Mills, corner of Line ami
Cherry sir eels, Xaiilivillc, Teuu.
EETAIL PBICE OF FLOUR.
From aud alter Una Uutu, until fuitlicr notice the
Kxtra Family Flour.. t2 25
Fine Flour 1 75
Cnhoitcil 2 U5
Mi.i.lliiigM 1 i5
Fine Bran 50
Mixed Until 6U
Com Ileal 50c V Ouoliel.
All articles soM ly the umlersigned deliverable at
any place in the city free of charge. When selling by
tint quantity, their r-tte of discount is In kt cent from
retail prices. J. E. BAL1IAX ii CO.
lIootlaiid'M (.eniiaii Ulttcra.
THEY AKK ENTIIUXY VE'TAnLE,
Aud frtr f 'mm Alcoholic Xtimutants, and all injurious
iri'jralUnUi are pleasant iu taste and smell, mild in
their operation, will exjiciall morbid secretions from
th.; body , give bloom to thu pal id cheek, and health
and vigor to the frame.
Tlu-y v-ill cure HV.srF.fSIA.
Tltry uill cure NiiKVot'S I'KMUTY.
lliey will cure I.I V Kit CoMl'LlNT.
They will cure JAl'.VIdCE.
Tltey eill cure IlI.-F.A.-E OF THE KIDXFY3.
They u-ill cart CONSTIPATION.
Jwy u-ill cure 1'II.KS.
Ihry trill cure H F A KTKTON .
Ihey u-ill cure SWIMMING OF THE HEAD.
They uill cure FLLTTElllNG OF THE HEART.
F'or sale at the rrincipal Otfice, 418 Arch ft., I'hihv
dclphia, and are iold by druggists and store keepers
in every town and villuge iu the United Stales, Cana
dos, West Indies, aud South America, at 75 cents per
RANK OF COM3ICKCE.
I wih to sell or exchange lor property, in the
neighborhood of Nashville, 2,400 acres of Lund iu
Ti.-diaiiimgo county , Min., (Tiibcumbia Creek bottom)
i miles from the Memphis and (liar lesion Railroad,
live miles from Corinth ; Turnpike road running
through ll from Corinth to Kossuth. Also, SnOacres
in Ijfuyette county , Miss., VI miles from Oxford, IU
tunes from the MiiMssippi and Tenucssee Hailroad,
rich creek bottom laud. Call aud see me.
J.CS tf JNO. I). JAMES.
Wklis, Hihipkr k Co. inform the lovers of Soda Wa
tcr tliat they have received aud have now iu operation
one of the Nichol's celebrated Soda Founts, an euti-v'y
new patent, aud thu ui"t complete oue of the kind
aut. Their assortment of F.vrups is inferior to non
u the i-ity . -,' apr!2
Prepared by Ir.JA.S. WILLIAMS, fur ,he cure PYS
I'FJ'SY, and nothing but bYSI'KI'SY, (as advertised in
another columu,) has, by its own merits, obtained for
itself so high a reputation iu rtiiladelplua, that I'liysi
ciatis aciiaiiited with its properties, are using itthem
el ves and prescribing it to their iwticuls, couvinced,
by observation, of its great edicacy iu requiring the
disordered dig.wtive organs to a healthy function. Nu
merous cases of Iiyspepsy , of the most aggravated
character, wluch were abandoned as incurable by
some of the Medical Faculty, have, by the usu of this
Fl.xir, b.eii restored to pc-rf jet health, as attestMl cer
i Urates testify. apria-ly
-VysQrf Wanted luiiuedisttely, 10,000
iJtIwiSi meu to engage in the sale of Uio tuost
IHipular selling HKks iu America. Iuvalids, ntechau
ics, farmers and teachers, wishing to travel, will Und
this a very prolitable and pleaaaut busuiess, enabling
them lo see the country and make money at the same
liin.-. Agents now iu the business are clearing from
.oiMj to S1 ,6o per year. . For full particulars, and a
list of Itooks, aildrrss ll. M. Rl'LISON, Queen City.
Publishing House, 141 Main street, Cincinnati, Ohio; oi
i f living haul, 11. RL'LISON, Philadelphia, fa
bepu 21 Ijr -
I) It. KING'S OliiPOMItY
FOIl PItlVATi: DISEASES.
rris& ,R- KING, formerly or New York, for
Cjt"aai Uie Im-t tour years of Luuisvilie, ken
j , auu who has devoted his attention lo the treat
iiieni ot private diseases for over .au years, flatters
himself, having attended H t prrtH for eo maoy
years, and cured so many tltouxamis, he is enabled lo
cure all diseases of a private nature, no tn.itier how
bad ihey may be from injudicious medical treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Or. King's Dispensary
is No 3 Ifc-adcnck street, between Cherry and the
-iqnare, rucond story , w here be cures all db-eascs of a
tioMoKKUKA cured without nauseious medieiue or ln
terferente with busiitess.
Stkiitckks of old or recent dale, eltectually cured ia
a tew days, by ao oeraUon whan caum s uo pain.
Where a .-Ira'lure exists health cannot be enjoyed.
I'erha uo disease causes more mischief and uuiier-uuu-
Uie constitution so tuuen.
vriinis, with all Hie diseases of the skin, growing
nut vj neglect or bad treatment, cau be tilmlually
cured iu a lew days.
castvaL Ws.ik.vB PsrUcular atu-.ntion having been
given lo thu diseasi-, aud all the consequences grow
ing out of It, biuugUl ou iu mauy casus by lue lie
su ucUve habits of tueous. derate Youilis aud exces
sive indulgence of Ihu MtssHlui,a neglect uf w hu.li will
uuilermiue the consiitutjou, reuderiug the subjec t uuCt
for business or society , and causing premature old age.
Female who may be laboring w:Ui any dimeulty of
It-e U oiiib may rest assured id immediate relief.
fersous residing abroad, by writing and stating
their case, with a lee enclosed, directed to lr. A. King,
No. '.' I Uradera k street, Nashvitie, Tuun., will have
the necessary medainesent t llieir address, w iU ne
cessary direvlious. jHliet secrecy obTved. Utbce
hours from a o'clock iu Uie tuuruiug until II to the eve
ning may U6-indwly '
Complaining. We have heard repeatedly
during the lat few days, persons complaiu
itig of weakness and debility. We would say
to all tueb, get some of McLean SrsK.swTU
MNu CoanuL AXU ltLitOlt rt-HiriisK. Il is Us
youd all doubt the only remedy that will renovate-
aud ulreogthea Uie fyttem. The im
mense demaud for it from all paru of the Uni
ted State U proof enough of all iu beneficial
effect. We kuow by experience that it ia a
delicious remedy to Ukt. CaJlandtry.it.
y,t the advtrttBcmcut ia ouolher culumu.
raraCiuc Canuel Coal Oil,
For laubricutiuz lachinery,
- ott is rua city by
liWI.X, VKMII.EIOM At COI
Ao kATS XR T1IK -
1X101 COIL AAD.CilHPAAY,
MAYSVILLE, KUiTVCKY. '
. , Asy Tb Slauai nawcsM oo tae oas-oar at Ira4
rak an-1 Summer street si fur real ft the balance
ut Uw reent year. Aply at tiuivaa ll Co.! Ex.
rvii Office, or U TaaM Ut'csa.
HJ N r. Tour' ffceae Jeinnit adverueee rtrreUre
faraiabed fraia eUiiiui taareaatsM wmf M returee
f eatMuM of Macxatui4 Bierhajocel f eulw" t
atnrau a Wbaieter a4 'iium' 6ewm whta,aa 4
wtj so naay "soeUoat fwoa. keeper'1 eaa au4 d
.,' . tebJ-tf
- General Intellfcenee.
PHrLADELFHiA July. 19. The Convention
of the Sons of Walta aenembled to-day, . v j
" Henry Souther; of Penn.. m ats chosen Pieri
dent. and G. TV. D lkn. of New York, "and G.
W. Wood. of Pbila Secretaries. S50 dele
gates w re present, among wbom were 50
foreign delegate?. :
It is expected that the session will last sev ;
cral days. .--'
- , Itlver prewa. ; . , s.
Cincinnati, July IS The river has risen
two feet 7 inches.
St. Lons, July 19. The river has risen 3
feet in the last 36 hours, and is now rising
an inch aa hour.
' The Missouri has risen 6 feet at Boonville
since Saturday, and is now stationary. At
Kansas City "it is higher than ever before
The Illinois is swelling.
The upper Mia-iwippi is stationary at Du
bugne aud falling slowly below.
Weekly Hank Statement.
New York. July 19. Increase in loans
$300,000; Increa-e in epecie $622,000; In
crease in d pontes $671,000; Decrease in cir
New Orleans. July 19. Barks Indus. Eg
lantiueaud Mnmka from Rio; Ship Far West
from New York.
Market by Telegraph.
New Orleans, July 19. Cotton Sales
200 bales, market unsettled and excited; Su
gar firm, fair t fully fair 8c; Flour quiet, $4
for KUpertine; Wheat 85; Lard firm at 10J;
Freights on Cotton to Liverpool J.
New York, July 19. Cotton and Flour
firm; Wheat, white Western SI 0G$1 12,
Southern r d, new. $1 15$1 20; Corn 84
85; Mess P.-rk $17 0.):. Bacon 718J for
sidec, 5 j6 for fboulders; Sugar, Muscovado
6i7j. Porto Rico78J; Culfee. Rio, 10K
ll; R:ce33; Linseed 74075; Tallow
tHM 0KLRHKATKO HOLLAND RMKDT ffUi
DISEASE OF THE KIDXEYS,
WEAKNESS OF ANT KIND
FEVER AND AGUE.
And tLo various alTectionr ronsojueut upon a I
Stomaclt or Iliver,
Such as Indigestion, Aciiity of Uie Stomach, fbolic
Tains, lii-itrlliurn, Los of AplKjtite, IK.-spotnlency,
t'oftiveneHs, filina and lilcednig I'ileo. In hII Nt-r-vons
Klii'iimatic. and Neuralgic AflW'tionn, it lias. ID
numerous insuiurt-, provod highly bem-ncia!, and in
otlu-rs clliftr-l a di-ritled cure.
Tliis is a Mindly vepetable coni)Hund, prepared on
strit-tly scir-ntilic principli-s, after the manner of Uu
t.'li'bniU'il Ilnlliiuil professor, Iloerliave. Iiecause of
us Kreat success in most of the Kuropttan UU-s, it
intriKlm-tiiin into liie 1'nitfd StiW-s was iuu-uded nifr
especially fortlKMo of our fatherland scattered her
and there over the face of thin mighty country
Meeting with great surcess nmong them, I now ode
it to the American public, knowing that its truly won
derful medicinal virtues must be acknowledged.
It is particularly recommended to those erson
wIwiho con.stitiitions may have been tniiired by th
continuous u.e of ardent spirilts, or other forms of dis
solution. Generally instantaneous in eilect, it finds iu
way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quicken
ing every nerve, raising up the drooping spirit, and,
in fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system.
NOTICK Whoever exacts to find tins a bevera
will be disapinted; but to the sick, the weak a
low spirited it will prove a grateful aromaUc cordial
possensud of singular remedial proerlio8.
V A IJ 'I' IOH,
Hie great popularity of this delightful Aroma bn
induced iii.iny imitations, which the public shoul
guard against purchasing. lie not H-rsuaded to bu
anything else until you have given Itoerlmve's Ho
laud Kilters a fair trial. Oue bottle will convince J O
bow minutely superior it is to all these imitations.
jfj- Siild at (1 -r bottle, or six bottles for $5,
TIIK SOI.K I'HOI'KTETOK.
m: j a?ii. iMia:, Jr., &ro.,
Uauufacturiug Pharmaceutists and CheinLsts,
Sold by Pruggists generafly throughoul the United
States ami Canadas.
a" bold Hi Nashville hv
F.WIN, rKNliI-KTOV CO. , Wholosale Ag'ts
W. W. lit-KKY DKAIOVILLK,
Ir. A. II. WISCUE,
JO. t;. HUHWN,
HtLMDVII LK & BF.I.I.,
. W. IIKNUtOtallaiT,
Ir T. WF.1LS,
WF.IJX, IKmiI'FR CO ,
HKKtll l Hl.VlKK,
And by lruggi&u geuerali throughout the Stata
rH4i.t;KR lias removed Ins slock of Ij.piors,
Cigars, Ti btccu, kc. to No. 6 North College st ,
at the old stan I of Mr. ll I. L)n k y, where he will be
pleased to see Ilia fr. etuis and customers. iy 16
BY virtue of a m-ed of Trust, executed tome hy
Wm. Ilartstleld.datud the lbth day of July , 1S63,
registered in the Kctcistcr's otlice of Iiavidson county,
in book No. 17, page -JXZ, I shall proceed to sell oa the
premuv-a, ou Stturday me 7th day of August next,
between ItianU 10 acres of the laud dcM-nhtfd in saxt
deed, being part ot the place on which said Harts lie 11
now lives, ly.ng on the wi-st aide and aljoinuig the
(Iweii and Smyrna Turnpike The laud is muetly
cnt k bottom, and has long b-en a mill pond. A plat
will be exhibited on the day of tale. The terms will
be one and two years, witu interext, with approved
Becurit) , and lieu reUined ' J Oft L. KWINi,
Al. . CLIaASCOCIw,
Aucliouccr and General Agent.
FOR THE SALE OF
REAL ESTATE, MERCHANDISE, NEGROES,
furniture. Vehicle, Klerk, dee., -
Particular attenitvn lo Salts of (My or Cimnlry
J WILL also attend to the Cou.Krnu of Acoorvni
Notks, 4c, in this or any oi the pjoim.c ct.i sti
TJlce, Patriot I'Uli e Couoiing Kooni, where orders caa
be left In my abseuce. Je7.
THAT F.I. KG ANT KT iKt Hi l SE, No. Tl east sjda
public quare, formerly occupied by l.yoos a
Co. t'wseaaion given immediately. Apply to
JyI5 UKANSI-OKII, McWHmTKK CO.
Change of Schedule.
XASllViLLE A.U lUATTANOOGA RAILROAD.
243- DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS
BACH WAY OVEH THIS - UOAU,
OS and aOer tL'NDAY, Jl'LY lllb, 1S6S, the l aa
Mtnger Train will run aa follows :
Leave Nashville daily at 6 A. it. aad 2:30 P. M.
Arnvitig at C'liatUu." t--a ali .U 1'. M aud I J&b A. X.
lave t batUaoif a at A. M . aud t. M.
Arriving at Na.-bvi!le at 1 M I'. M. aud 8 JO A. M.
Thfntigu tu-keu are sold at Nashville to the follow
ing I'lacos and at brk ea oamad: '
ilt il uiu Tille,
CUarlestno, S. C,
tsuvannap, l.a. ,
4 M AukuxU, C., l M
TOO W Umiugtou, M. C, 1 bO
1-2 OU knuxvitte, leou., 11 OO
1100 Ltuchbuig, V., It UU
10 OQ Frteraburg, Va., VI 40
14 UO krlima, Va-, - 4U
17 00 Waauuitlua, Ul OO
M 00 Ralumorv, 31 OO
10 OO ilbladelpiua, 32 OO
M UO New York, &3 00
lb Tsketomce ki in UK Paaiieiig.r Iepot, and m
ope a ww amr beJor Uie startmc uf wch Train, wbica
allows ample time fur lb. purcbaaa of Tickets, il
opwn at bo otlwr knit during Uta day. faaaangor
fur Ui. taau-ra cities latre oa lb. h A. it. Tram,
tlixk coonecu toroujhotil with Trains a Um uUmt
rnaUi. Tune W Hictttutaid 43 bours; Waahmgloa iw
days; Ptuudrldiia two aoU a half, an 4 New York
Utrw J. Tlua is tUo clx-apial aud beat route Iruta
NasnvliM to (Ue kael.
New irlei. puM-euger ieava oa the IJ0 P. U.
Traut, arrit njg at Ue(U'lua lo I UK Wcwauect fur Nw
UrkmJia, tm Uie cvrainf of Ui next 1V. as.U gu
lit' ou(h Willi boats w lUiviot UetetitMa at Wro.pha?
Tbuae fur M.llaavtiie, rpaita.ant fawrht4 Ses-uuja,
loava NaahvUlvuaUM S4 f. V. Traia.whk cu'
uecia oirstiiy at TulUlwwita Ub ta Tna fw McMma
Ute. I'orwtts k-avu( M-VjiuvUi. la Was UUJTUUtf
ariiv. at NaakvUlea l-.Ht t. it.. - - - -
At NaaOvitle, Utere ara busts bx a kwva 4ai! for
SoutUlaod , and ctum-t w lta buata fur diHereat piac-
ua taa tMouai4 kfastui mm; also, a daily Iroe of
vicoa foe LoaisTiUe. luT vmfj aturbuig m lb.
arrival the iilil .xprrm.
Hy tots rbang. of M hedule, tlx Tram fYuaa Vtrat
ptiat enuawta duvet at Mcvetssaa wttit owr mp aad
Sowa Uy 1 rams, cauawc ao atctay la NaahviU aa4
Fa- Irra Mrii, aa-4 ta Lvr M yajui rr ttea
luimwr MteUula la (uoi W Mraiptua tn Naabiritas.
C U A N IrKM&uS ,
Jjlo-UV. fcrai Tckrt AeaL
JOHN RAH AGE,
4t CotJcc ftlrcet,
IS k rewpt ot a aa aaaortaat Waal SOOTS
tUluLa AN I) OAlTU-i, wkA ata vat j aa. rabai
MjrWs for wars waul In r- A fu4 aaaot tmoat ol Bo)s
aud YovLLV uea, UJUn, 4vC , - Ca4 a 41 tt
a., ai. i , . ivlu-ar
i... DAILY PATRIOT OFFICl
- J ash viuJt, July 20th, 1856.
-C0TT0! Sold yesterdaj 84 bales at 10c;
and9at8jI.;. : '" ; ) ; :
: WHEAT Buyer continue to offer 65c
bubel for prime red; and 75 for prime white
delivered thin month.' ' ' ' '' - 1 - ' " " 1
BACON Sboaldertf 6c ; hama 7 8c ; clear
aides t iSie lb - .-: - -LARD
l5,9Jc lb . "
SWAN & CO.'S LOTTERIES "
S W A X , fc CO.
Continue to Draw as Usual
"Without Iiiterruptios! -
L0ITIS ABE LEGAL, AJfD
AUTHORIZED BT THE
STATE OF GE0BGIA!
' , . THE LATE ATTEMPT TO I.VJCRE '
OCR HUM HAS SHOWN
THAT OUR IM1TERIES ARE URA WS FAIRLY;
THAT OCR FRIZES ARE FAID FVCTVAJ.LT ;
AXO THA I OUR SCHEMES
Are More Liberal than any oilier L.ot
leryln lite World!
THE following Scheme will be drawn by S. Swan &
Co., Managers of Uie Sparta Academy Lottery ,la
each of their Single Number lotteries for JULY,
1858, at AUGUSTA, Georgia, in public, under the su
perintendence of CominisMouers.
Class 22 draws on Saturday, July 3, 1858.
Class 23 draws on Saturday, July 10, 1858.
Class 24 draws on Saturday, July 17, 1858.
Class 25 draws on Saturday, July 24, 1858.
Class 28 draws on Saturday, July 31, 1858.
ON THE FLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS.
6,485 Prises. Nearly one Prize to every nine
TO UK UKAWN
EACH SA1 VRDAl' IS' JULY.
1 Prize of 70,000 4 Prizes of 900
1 " " 30.000 4 " 800
1 " " 10,000 4 ' " 700
1 " " 5,000 4 " " 600
1 " " 4.OO0 50 " " 500
1 " " 3,000 50 " " 300
1 " " 1,500 1U0 " " V2&
4 ' " 1,000 230 " " 100
A FPItOX IJUTIOX PRIZES.
4 Pi l s of tou Appro g to $70,uuo t'nze are SI ,600
' 4 " " 300 " ' 30.000 ' ' liOO
4 " " 200 " " 10,000 " " bOO
4 " " 125 " " 5,000 " " 500
4 " " 100 " " 4,000 " " 400
4 " 75 " " 8,000 ' " 3O0
4 " " 5d " " 1,500 " " WW
0,000 " " 0 arc 100,000
5,485 Prizes amounting to (320,000
tin, A Circular showing the plan of the Ixtlteries
will be sent to auy one desirous of receiviug ll.
Certificates of Packages will be sold at the fol
lowing; rates, which is the rtelc :
Cet'iihcaleg of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, $80
" 10 Half " 40
" loyimrter " 20
" 10 Eighth " 10
IN 0&DEBING TICKETS 0B CEETTFIC ATES.
Ijtclose the tnouey to our address for the Tickets or
dered, on receipt of which they will be forwarded by
lirst iiihiI. Purcbuters cau have tickets ending in any
tlguie they may designate.
The l.L'-t of Drawn Numbers and Prizs will be sent
to pureliiisers immediately niter the drawing.
Itf Purchasers will please write their signatures
plum, and give their Post Othce, county ami Suite.
Mi Remember that every Prize is drawn and paya
ble without deduction.
Ail prizes uf 1 ,0(0 and under, paid immediate
ly ailer the drawing other prizes ut the usual time of
All commiink-iitions strictly contideulial.
Addresa Orders for Tickets itr Certitictu-s to .
S. H AS & CO., AiigUt-ta, Ga.
fj-Persons residing mar Muntgomery, Ala., or
Atl.mta, tia., can bare their orders tilled, and save
time, by addressing S. rwan k Co., at either of those
jfc-A lirt of the numbers that are drawn from the
wheel, with the amount of the prize that each one is
ent.tled to, will be published utter every drawing, in
the following ipers : Auturta (Grt. ,) Conatilulumal-i-il,
.'rm Urlrntis Itrlta, V-Aie Rtyidrr, Charlr&m
Stnwlard, Xaskrille Otuelte, Atlanta lnUiliiimcer, irw
fork Weekly My Uuok, .Saeanuah Oeoryinn, Rich
uvH'l IH-jiUch, .Vnc York Irtijutrh, and FauUlinp
Mist.,) Clarion, and LUlle Rock Ark.) True Oemocral.
Cost! Tost! Cost! '
"TOV is your time to buy a
JL Fine Sole lieather Trunk;
" Hog skin "
" Wood, Iron Hound Trunk;
at cost for cash, as we are determined to close out tba
lot prearatory to purchasing our Kali stock.
jeJU-tr J. 11. McGIIX.
NEW DRUG STORE.
DS. H. i. WKLU.
jno. m. ttmrnt.
A. . JONES
WELLS, HOOPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL SEALERS IN
Drugs, Medicines, Chemi
cals, Paints, Varnishes. Oils,
Dye-stuffs, Brushes of all
kinds, Perfumery, Fancy ar
ticles, Fine Wines and Li
quors, (far Medical Purpos
es,) Fine Cigars and Tobac
co, scotcn ana jiaccaDoy 1
Snuifs. &c &c.f No. 21 Cedar street,
A RE now receiving at their Stiire a large and pen
J. eral assortment of Kresh I "rugs, Ac., for the
Summer Trade, embracing everything to be called for
iu a 1'rng Store.
They have also Just received a larpe lot of Pur
W lute I-a. and Snow White Zinc Iu ml, wiiirh they
will sett very low for cash. Those who w ish to dts
guiae llieir old donncils by giving them a new dreaa
would do well to give tlieui a call. They have all Uw
various colors, ground in oil, generally used by 1'atlit
Those who want Pure aud Fresh I'rugs and lledt
clues will du well to give them a rail.
P. S. Presentations neatly aud accurately com
pounded at all hours by experienced Prescription st.
TH0S. T. SMILEY,
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Will jra-tice bla profession In the Cburta of Da
vidson coouty. . ...
Orncs No. ll.lnCapt. Williams' Building, Chcn-y St.,
TfE have this day sold to FISHKtt, WnFLESS h
V T CO., our entire stock of (inn-enes, aud the bua
iness hereaf ter will be conducted by litem.
Jyl J. X. MARTIN a CO.
XTE hava this dar associated with us In business,
V Mr. J. T. MAKl'lN.
jyl xbfHER, WUELE5S it CO.
1. T. MARTI. " ' JAJIES VU JOBS. A. rSBUL
FISIIEK, HIIELESS CO
GROCERS, GENERAL IXUHIISXM
Cotton, Tobarro and Trwlnfe Grnrrallj,
Corner of Market and Broad sts., .
Frank. Leslie' .Magazine -
KOK JULY. - ..-
Th. beciDntng "t a votutiae, aud a splendid nnmber ,
lust received auJ. tor aaia by - - -
J.-J4-4T T IIAGAS.
year ISA by Eugeoa Dnpay. Is tha Cterka
Zimrjxred in Fragrant,
Ft i manmty,
Jnd Staimlt tm lit jxZlmc4
XMstllUd trota FragTBat Tullpa.
E. LTJPTJY, CKEHIST.
far taa Ssmb.ra Dfinca r X.w Tera,
" KI&-M-vt K a, tiMA ilk. 1-1 iR Ilia. HAIR.
Kl-8.MtJ,LICa; 6AI H1A. FOR THE Bl Rt-JtlT.
. aJiS-Ut-l UK .IAP FOR THE TOILET. ; "
riav,Utiaanlifawira. Sew York.
fVHiirmJia Ha. a Co., ''
Jsaa T. Uu.ai, 4 , " , t -
F.C H aixaaCa., "" -v
J. W. Nuaraoai k CO. , Bustnw and JtewYork.
vT J4U .very her..
JwlTArtm. .v , ruU:
iOUX A OUW aV COM
Book Sellers, . Cook-Binders and
BUM BOOS JLLUFlCTCmX,. v.
II AUPEIl'S - 31 AG AZ1NE,
JOHX Yl'KK h CO.
ALL t. aavssf etaUM agaaaat tha aetata of
Josara. eraxa, '., wU in rst tan
So sw wnsta Mm t-aa prasicnfes) by law ; a4 aU ror
a-ma ssiUbksa t smU aasjtia ara tautraa W teaaa
. ' . WOLF, AassT.
THIS moet delightful summer resort will be opened
for tba reception of rumors e file lith of June.
The rooms sod buildings are in tha most complete or
der. The table will at ail times be supplied with tha
choicest viands Uie market aObrda. The extensive
ice bouse is well stocked with an inexhaustible an pply.
A good Band of Music will be in constant attendance.
The Bar will be well supplied with a choice acieeiicflr
of wines, liquors, and aegars, and every exertion- wilt
be made to advance the comfort and pleasure of all
visitors that may favor us with a call.
Je7-lmeodaw . J. 11 OKI! EH.
White's Creek Springs.
THE subscriber will be prepared to take Boarders
at this watering place, VI miles north of Nash
ville, during Uie Summer vacation, from the first of
July lo the first of September. -' "
There will be no bar-room kept, as It Is designed
chiefly for tba accommodation of families aud individ
uals, who may wish to resort to a quiet and healthful
place during the heat of summer.
The Springs, formerly much visited, are too well
known to require any elaborate description.
Xo pains will be spared to render the situation of
Pates or Hoard : $1.50 per day ; $7.00 per week.
Servants and children under 10 years of age, half
price E. L. CROCKER.
YICT0UI01S FOR FAMILY ISE!
Opinion or She J udges or Site late Me
AT the late Mechanic's Fair, held in the
City of Nashville, in OetobtT. 1857, the
Judgea appointed to examine articles ia Class
43 No. 17, Grover & Baker's Sewing Ma
chines : No. 164, Singer's KEI'OKT upon
thi PRINCIPAL points aud merits of the two
machines as follows :
The machines are both two-thread machines,
that ift, usinjr two separate tun-ads for making
the stitch; that of Gkover & Baker using the
thread from COMMON SPOOLS WITH TWO
NEEDLES ; aud that r-f Singer's using one
spool and on needle, the other thread work
ing from a BOBBIN INCLOSED in A SHUT
TLE, aud, iu the opinion of the committee, is
best adapts to FIXE CLOTHING, SAD
The GROVER & BAKER as the LEAST
COMPLICATED MACHINERY, AND, OF
COURSE, EASIER MANAGED; advantage
of USING SPOOLS WITHOUT RE-WIND
ING ; ami, with the exception of fine cloth
ing, saddlery, Ac, in the opinion of the
Committee is BEST SUITED FOR FAMILY
jp!& The part of this report referring to
the Singer Machine as best adapted to fine
Clothing was intended to l UNDERSTOOD
BY THE COMMITTEE as Lest FOR MANU
FACTURING CLOTHING BY TAILORS,
IN WORK-SHOPS, AC. THE SAME IN
REFERENCE TO SADDLERY, AC.
NASHVILLE SEWING-MACHINE COMPANY.
IvO. 4. Vi lli. 1C I'AltE,
Nashville, Tcnu. , January M, l&Ss tf
K0YAL IIAVAXA LOTTERY.
rTMIK nest ordinary drawmic of the Royal Havana
A Lottery , rondiicu-d by tiic Spanudi Uoverumout.
under the snpervis'ou of the Cupbtiu Oeueral of Cuba
will take place at Havana, ou
'J'ueadny, July 2711i, 1858
300,000 UO liliA S1
Eorteo Numero 602 Ordinario.
Capital l'rize 100,000 Dollars.
Prise of ..
4 Prizes of ...
6i " "
143 " ...
M Approximations.. .S.SOS
4 A pproximauona to the Sluo.ooo, of anoo each ; 4
of 4O0 to 60,000; 4 of4o0 lo J0,000 J 4 of 4O0 to 1U,(XKJ,
4 of 400 to S5.0O0.
Whole Tlrketa$20; Ilalvea$10; Qusr
Prizes cashed at sight at 6 er rent, discount.
bills on the Nashville City biuiks taken at par.
A drawing will be forwarded as soon aa the result
a" A" orders for Scheme or Tickets to be ad
dressed to 1XX RUUKIULtZ, (care of City 1'osl')
CharlifcUm, So. Ca , jy7-td
CI TY HOSPITAlT,
Corner Eroad and Tine streets,
THE large and commodious buildings situated as
above mentioned, having been lau-ly adapted
forCollciEe and Hospital purposes, and einped with
every coueiiauce, are bow opea for the recepUon of
The internal managi-menf Is confided to ao experi
enced Matrou and nurses, and the eatahliahm-nl is
well supplied with servants.
I'auenu will he administered to hy I'm. Ford, K C
E. Martin, Maddin and Calli-ndt-r.
I'ayinx uiU-iits w.ll he lurniahed with any style of
Terms 4, H, and 8 per week.
Y"T admission apply ou the premises. Small Pox
rases not admitted. je8-lnt
SXYDKIt & FIUZZELL
ABE now opening a choice aud well selected slock
of IKMITS and Ut-M, suitable to the season, aud
at prices lo correspond with the tim. Consisting Id
part of ,
UetttV flne Calf IV "U and Gaih-rs;
lo Patent Laather tiuti-r8, Oxford Ties;
da Calf Uxlord Th-s aud ljitU4j( do;
do Cth and Lasting trailers;
do ' Cn.lt and PaUnt Leather Strap Sbnea.
Ladies' Oa iters, plain, with and without heels;
do Hippers, do do
do Kme ToihH flippers;
do l ine White Kid and Satin Rippers;
do - do do Gaiters;
do Kid Buskins, with and without heela
Kissea' Gaiters and Mipers, with and without heels;
do Kid Hoou, with and without heels;
Clilldrrn's Shoes of every variety;
Boys and Youths' Shoes of every variety,
(if the above we have something very nice for MAT
DAY. Also Servants' sh- and Pegged Work of all
kinds Call at No. 21 Public Square.
b.NYHUt a FRrzznx,
apriUJO 21 Poble riquare.
Smitliland, Paducali, Louis -Tille9
St. Louis and Memphis
LLAVING NAKHV1IXE OX
ITfendaya, Wednrsdsf s, Thursdars,
aud fsaturdaye, at IU o'rlork. A. Jn.
The new splenuid pasaruger Steamer, MI.ViTUXKA,
Capt- HC. Uathosy, will leave Nash villa ou Uoudaj
aad Thursdaj a at 10 o'olock, A. It.
"The light draught paaMUger ataamar, Ct BA , Capt.
Jaan W. ilirt, will kiave Naahvtlle uu Wartnoadaya.
and toaturdays at 10 a cluck, A. H.
The ilf-bt-draugbl passenger steamer BLANCHE
LL -1st, Cap. Joas U Utxmav, writ leave NaativuMa
in Tueadays aad rway, at 10 o'clock, A M.
The aVve named are Qnt clasa light-araughl Paa
swegar !JiaUi, and they will eas regularly oa their
aepoiotrU days, making coonecli-ma at Paducah w Oh
Ul I'niUxl Males Mall parkrU tor the above balnea
placea. tor freight or passage apply on board or to
A. JJAM1LTO-N, Attain. ;
trs rfr biiuxs caus wanted immeix-
' alely .
V. D. PICKET,
Ptaia Boeom tiuiria. . , .
Wove boamn hhirta. ',
LuiU'd buaotn toiurta. '
White Lkd rtrawera.
Wbita Laura lwawera. - i
Wlut Jeaa Xrawra.
SThits IJsis roderabirU. .
Wbita Cotton l'oderlu-ta.
Wluie liualia I'uderaluria.
. ; V. L.ie, liru am and Faocy Half Hoaa.
. ti it, brow a aud lae y Half Hose.
WbtlAi, brvaa and taoty tUdt hum.
Assorted Fancy 8- T.
AwurM laocy Lace Tiaa. . i , u t ,
Aaaortod Im Jwia villa 1m.' '
i W I toe Nik iktatteadera.
. - I'm LiabraaierwJ baasraaera. f
apaiors ta waar wiistuat Vasts.
White Htf aad Peart Butioua.
Ottorad taat aad Paari eat BuUoea. - " -Cuiored
Agale a4 ekwU Va Butioaa.
- White aadoolored Ir ery Fans.
, , . . lurt bfcark Pa btob laaa.
1 w. . w Aaaurtae aad baaoalwou4 laua.
J eat rceenrad to-day at
- ' - J. It JlcCnX i '
Le4ke and Csetlaai raraMiisut and Fancy Mare,
i JsJa-tf Urwr Cottoge st. aod Pubhe tsara.
I7IFTT TlkMAi KK.10M Oaar RaSae weak4 by
' .j., P. a C AStHMruH,
a2a-tr 1 N'aa. 4 aad 41 . Cuilege as.
taeay a ffprwg Slyh Moteakf Hal
FMAJkClsCU, lukuata lUoar,
. :-' i. , PabMe aowev1
, . Wheat
XE nD'HRU) TUuCAl Huabala m "THAT
naVMlbf ' P. C AJ4aUS,
jae. aa awa 1 w. iwf.
GOOD AND SOUND LOiONS.
HAYK a targe
ef scfjl&JOm ixiravi ut
iAHTTL J f ARTOL
jsav aa U;
$fcf. yw 0rr
AGRICULTURAL & SEED WAREHOUSE,
60 MARKET STIIKET, JVASim JLLl. ' TEXN.
it'll we OtTer IIDOII tlli mnut f:ivnrl.l
ous Impleiueuts and Alachines we sell.
Ep Mu Mowtf. ' 8 1
' ' ARMSTRONG &. CO., Acnrrs
" '" ' ' 1 a I
MOFFATT S FOUR HORSE THRESHER AND CLEANER. XlUSN S FOIli H0RS1.
1 and Tbret-her. Munn's Two Horse Power a.td Thresher. Railroad Two Jlorse
Power Thresher and Separator. Railroad One Hony Power Thinner and teparatorv
ARMSTRONG i CO., Aokkts.
IJUKTAELE STEAM ENGINES FROM THREE. lO . TWENTY II0RSE POWER
Ur Saw Mills. Mulaj Saw MilU. Portable Grist Mills.
ARMSTRONG & CO., Awra
SINCLAIR'S POA"ER AND HAND STRAW
KJ lUad Straw Cutters. Sautord's Hattd
MILLER'S STEEL TLOWS; PORTABLE HAY PRESSES-
Avery's Ct I'low; K. volviu Hay Raki-s- '
Hall & Sjx'arp'ti Plows' Expanding Cultivators';
G.iMor' Harrows; Ibirve Hmv;
Corn Shellers; Poiato 1 ijrrn;
Jliiiniilir.-v's t'a MIIIm t t- a..
We also have u large supply of Plater Paris.
AtLIUNC. AMUCK), '
LAA.Hm T Trmn.
P. & C. ANDERSON,
S HlHJSiU OMoeKHK, rKOIH'rB At
COHM 1 SSION 31 12 RCI1 ANTS
AMD UKAUCKrt IV
Brandies Wines, Whisky, lc.,
Dealers In Baron, l.ard and Country
l'roduee, ot every deaeriptlon,
.Vas. 45 an. I 47 .Vfiwt,
AMI V 1 1. 1. 1-., TliSi.N KK.
WE HAVE now In t--ti.tv, anil nffor for sale cheap,
tli- following rliou'u iuii srlcrt ai ti l-s:
5,IKNI sin ks fiii- Suit; K) Imiis Citlli-r;
3,000 naurHr 1I0. ; bo lilid Sii)(.r, Trota Due
1 ,fti0 krus NnU, a-'rt,1 ; torhok-r;
tmtia totlon Varus, 100 d. Pititml Buckets;
1 aMirUxl'. 6i) ' f'ilar tlo;
600 Mils. rnl'J Wlii-kr; 1'S ii-ts Tubs;
M ' Hv Jo; aiH iH inu-'lili", assortod;
bO lUmrhon lo; lb Mils. If, ('ruhlinl k
&l " 11imiii.'-1iii1m tlo; fowdt!! Sui;ur;
V.'i w:t Viiu-; JO0 reams W rsi-mg I'a
10',' iH-x line lliauilu-s; per, assrU-t kixos;
J& bbiH. t.iti; i:oo 1mx,-n t,lai,artt, as.
1& " r.iiin; HortI;
100.OO0 Ciars, a.v-u irU-'i , 60 'I.. 1. .islibiwrda,
3OO.IIO0 ti. I. I'HN; 6 ba-s Spirf;
IW bxs. Toban-o. asst'd; 10 ' lVi-r;
2V1 rnwotl's S4)i; VO " tiiiii-nr;
200 ruts HlwH, wu tU- 100 rusks tjigliMu Soda;
&,ois lbs. Idir I H'I; , b Mils, ftr uiiummii
b bbls. l!Ia kii.ff ; b ' Alum;
10 cur-s Mut Ik-m; 2 casks ILultler;
a ri-riNiiiii linlii;;
AMI rti-ry otb-r srtirla in tbr lrntTJ line, which
ara olfurej at exu eiut-ly low irs-.
V. k C AN'PERSON,
Oct 17. Nus. 45 auJ 47 U)lk-g. MrMt.
Flour! Flour! Flour!
Krtrt BAtiS l.xtra Family Kloiir Wtnu- Wheat
Jv7t manufactured at Uu old I-tutnon Mills, for
wtle by I'.tl'.AM Uni.V,
No 45-7, Niutli Coll-(je street.
Cask for Dry and Gree u Hides.
"1X7 K will my tl Hiosnkt Mjinket Pairi 1 Cum, fr
I . Dry and t.rwo Hidea, delivered at our Uroct-ry
8t're, No. 3, Broad slreot.
W trust wraons bavinft Hides to aril wilt call 00 a
before duinii; of litem alaewbare. '
- - - V. k. C. ANDERSON
lnnfi BAKKIU EXTRA rUKR,' la aiora aed
AJ IVJ tor
P. a C ANDERSON
BLS. Linseed Oil, oa hand and r Bale bjr
p. a c. asukkso.v.
Nna. 4A-7, South Udlrgs suet
BAGS Extra Family Flour from Beard's Mills
Wilson county, Teun., fur sale by
iKoa. 45-7, Suulh Vulle street.
1000 K Mir Mrht Lm4 iu stor aod for
b' P. a C AVDERSOV,
Xos. 35-7, tkiaili CWlixa alreat -
. SALT hXMl SALl
TTVE tliousaud Sai ks uf Salt in sur., by P. k C
Jl4 liioias, No. A llroad, straut, wbjca will a. sold
fur Free liana money. jea-tf.
OH A !! Kittra Whit Wheat Family Flour, rrota
OUU IUck Jmtk Wills, Kobertwo county , Teea.
for sale ly. . . P. C. ANIKB,iN,
Sou. 4&-7,uulh Culk-i,- streeC
i aslt for Dry and Green Hide.
7- "' P"X the hiheet market prK ia ckb,fur
T V Iry and Ureen Hides, delivered at oar ferutar y
Store, N. S Hnaul !lrc.-l
W truiit ueraons bartnc Hides to ael will call oa es
befora daain( uf Uirtn eUeaUere.
ui3.Vl' P a C AXftFJCOV.
Conferred ea llie Ladiea by mui(
UOl GLASi. SIICRWOOD'S
TW anparsielWd suecvaa ut the
(130.LVA) af wluch hava baea suit durUtg tba last luar
raiifmta that will aoabla thrm to uruduee AOU
aua tA,4oe ekirta.) par oay darlag la. sswtliaaf Jtu,
Ja:y aad iuwL
1 bey alas call attaotiua Ibair
. j iSeT Linen Superior Skirt,
receirmf eaireraal commeadaUua from tha
Tbrf asw the suA pmtrw4iiirs of tha wmif '
Patent Adjustable Hustle"
la wm.. Br aare ut tu. away tmitabuskS eeVrea1 ia tha
aaaraet, aa taey a ail .iluiw MtfrscecacaU Of aar
patr-aA Uf a urtiiiraa.
lumy aiau aaaaatactara erar
Seven r other Different Styles,
wlk mmM utht taa "Pateat AiuatM ttuetke.'
Ikra. i4uu have Wwa reeoeien ld by Uta btrb
et kil Ai"-y , at tak Ca Sea? "v4. Jr La
sal svm taas kmm mnw aeaa mfmxmt a Uf frnUtc. Suaa
scsaaw aaiBM Maai"-J
-.-. Uul-ULAS a BllERWtMs,
. Itaaeesfltt aawa, Mw Tnae.
Far aale tikravfbovt lm laaad tAnira aad r 1 ' rl
Jcia ' - -
I A aw saaaatarAMriaa FKl TTCAXJ wassfc
. ireacia aad sraaA aaaa to se.lmg aa.
t Quart ai be par mmm-1 1 Quarw ti W aar soeaa.
laus M pmt aoaaa vptarts l 0 p-v ooaaa,
Aa taaal laa a lar ( pmij aa aaaa 4aes ibaiasa.
aoa. aejratan ardana raw a naiaaee ay rjr aa
aaetvc IbasT adf s ua4 WiIA sts4ca.
J. w. vTLadar, 4
"ttta3B 'f ' :A4kisaMat,b-aaavtiW
NEW HARDWARE 110 USE.
' HcCALi; VANLEEE CO.,
IMPORTERS AX1 2iULK8 Ia " . 'K
French, English, & Imtlta Hardware
GlfaS AND UU'lLERY, -Dlaeksmifh
and Carpenter Tools; also
Building and Railroad Hard, are V
Sign of the Big Padlock,;
NO. 44 MARKET STRttT, XEAP. THE SQUARE,
, N'ASIi VIJL,L,lf TEIS'NESSLE.
THRESHERS, Ac. 4c.
t..t - r,,
Ik-low will be found a ln-t of tbe Tari-
XB rOKK HAND RAKINg'
r "UU M0Vftr' --M"jr - Huid Raking
CUMMINGS'S POWER AND '
ARMSTRONG A CO., Agkxts.
Laud Plater, Hydraulic Cements, 4cnlc
ARMSTRONG & CO.
HAVING sold onr entire business lo Mr. Alexandra
lN.iiwr, we wish In Una niamirr to return our
stui-ere tlianksto our frien.ls and cost, liters lo tha
iberal imirotuirr bithertu bestowed on us, and In ao
licit ti.r our surressor a continuation of the same
All debts due to ur late firm will be rolleeted by
Nr. ieli,.r or his authorised Ag. nt. who la alone
eniMwere4 Ui aettle the sama.
" LYONS a CO.
rrcicwoa ro irova a .,
IMrOUTEU AND DKALKR IN
IIAVAM CIGARS, TOBACCO.
Foreign Wines, Liquors, 4.C., tic.,
No. 71 Public Square,
W1IX. kerp noneuntlv on hand a iar,re assortment
or tori-uiu HrauiiH-s. Wuies. l.m m.i . .i 1.
quora id ail kuxls. Havana t ipars, .-m.d,u,n suit
l.-winis Tobacco, with P,i, a,.,H.rUinliiB to n.y
line ., Im.siii. Ks, wli.i h I eil,.p u. the trade and tha
public: Ki honilly on the most advAntagi-out U-rnis and
Io.,k by runrpy and .roiii.t tim,..u I,, busies to
. btain a full xiiar. of iha liberal atrmave Ix -stowed
ou uiy jiicUocii.r.
Jeaa-lf 71 Public Njuare, Nashvtl e.l'eun.
NEW SIRIG PERFCME
K I S S - M E -QUICK L Y,
DMMrum flit uvlt-invtm i lower
TlIE rreateet novelty ever Intr.Mluced aa Perfume
for Ladies' Handkerrhli-fs. Highly curia-nirataa
and ered with Scial rare onrtvabed for sweet
Bess, fragrance, and dursbi'ity of iu Perfume
lreaied gcuuiu. only by
Manufacturer of the Prlie Medal lvnumeiy,
For aala by all Druggists and Fancy Dealers in
An Eternal retfumertm UJIIoly dry.
THE VOSTFAfailONABLB PERFUME '"""C
Franfripaiuil Extracts tor Ladles' Handkerchief
l'rangiiano sachet for the Hureatt.
Franttijiannl Mtwpforlba Totk-Ue.
FranKtuannl Pomade for the Haar. i . 1
FKANUIPA.VKI CKEAM fur beautifying the Coos
pic 1 1 m.
FKAVfilPKM TOILET WATTR tha most rerreaa
hig article ever maaufai-tured, remarkable for theeav
duranee and strength of as Perfuata.
Puri'haaxra should be careful to ana thai all the
artx-les have the name on the Labels.
For sale by all reaiectable lracj,-iu aud Fancy
Healers lo NaabrUli), and by the sUuulacturer,
r Prise Uudal ferlumer,
Dr. SAMUEL GILBERT,
A FTER aa abaeac of a. r eral years, angaged ia the
it B'irceaaful primecutina of his ivrufessa,caiaciai
ly IB tee cities of New York aud Na Urleaaa, has re
Aad ur now prepared to treat
WITHOUT Pl'KCilC'AL OltlRATlOKK.
Owinr to the ract of bis baring feueere4 the aaaaa
aeca uf bis sua ,
SILAS T. GILBERT, 31. D '
A gradaate of JefTursoa Meiical Culleaa, of Pblbwdei
4iia, aad who has bedamtde I f i n nsl s Www mm m
ia the ciuea uf 5tw Vark lnHfisrliwIiia.flanHs will
be bust treated ua asura favorable lerue tuaa lisrslii
AWT glares will be boeMled, lodged aad treated fsr .
1 aa u r day.
4." Parts, ular atAealioa paul ia the traslinanl of .
CltrwuM liseaaea peculiar lo letuaiea,
Cancer,,--. -..-r ..-
- Tumors, . ' ;
- '. : Ulcers,, .
t w Srpbllls,etc
ttariag Ir. COhart'B abaeBea frees this eectiua af
the Lumi, rarwiu peraaaa hare a LU. great etrt- '
aaeat of many af ibuee etw bare ernDturie ttsna. at.
toanCed lo Kuftato ha, procau( Vi bar. a thorough ' '
sauwasdga ut mm rausedice aad mod. af treat mauL " ' ' J
The ll4 M barcby aobBed that 1. Gilbert has ae '
aesKtae reaaeey fur aay earns, that tus eoeeeea baa
Iisib sldiiwt whnlty aaili 1 1 iiifiiarajsiswill at III aad "-
aaaraaace.. - The udM:Mie eaa ut" caaatse aepbeatame ' '
twqaeaa fall aa met brateaaejual aagacay aad ax
penraoe aa aeae the saemssful im ef surgical lastre - ' ' -laanta.
t . . . . . t .-.' a
arampblesaf TMwaeeUla,eae , for rrainUeva ' .
danritmliua.aaay be bad um aarauaai appUeAtua. or '
by aodr g la b a S. T. GlUifcUr,
ntlfsia sirssltirs.nlsa'i llmluim.
JeC-lsa, r- f - - ... .e 1 .
Ameriean Llrery, Ilaek and ;: ' T
SALE STABLE. ' " -
CWci A set, Muar ikt Pvtl
ASJ sating a sua etwee aaaad a wetl eeneeets '
Livary etaha, where all k-anatrst aad board
wear- .llaiaiiii. I mtm kMiiiiur fn i J r
bare gaud B Jgjpee aad UoeaM, aad
Fine Hacks and Teams '
tbaA wal euaauase faeeeably with aay; aad esaal
i is tnsiihs af ahae as lee city enaaa uf thssa sxtba
1 Bare aa sale at areaest, several g aud boraee, a4
aa vary ase Ml ta, whab 1 erta ax k.' tkuaaai
see fur eraclea -
St. a CUJCBK. ' - 5 - T
SO loag sad favwmbly aaewa to XaabTfUa baa . -.
Ia4 buawaif at tfae Lataa-tttg astahiavtaem e
wm. ii. pEiuiv, - "
wVee be wj be ylsnsil b see aa ata trana aed tba "-'
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