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M THE CTTV.wiO. attend to all oili for music ;both
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charge. " The Band S? composed of
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; AJf eu for mnsJe, for fexerala, pic-aics, sere
nades and jubfUes, will be attended ' promptly.
- ----- - "-, W. L. HORS,-
... . . . Manager and Conductor, '.
"" aprCS-lv ;' 4 15 South' College Street.
Health and Happiness
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:. FOR WEAKNESS
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Thisreaiedy is cot ur in small rials, and can be
" sent by mail to any address. A trial will aalisfy.
Caeitfora week; and yoa will experience a great
benefit. A circular containing ful 1 particalara,sent
(free) on application. Price, per bottle 91.
One bottle willkat a month. '
, N B Thisremody issaitabU for either sex.
Address, - K.CR7GER, Medical Agert,
aly27-tl - 47 Bros,'! way New i'ori: .
Fr pretty and cheap Dry Goods call o
Nicholson A Hampbrey at No. 22 -South side oi the
Square. They are recet ring daily a fine stock of both
Fancy aad Staple woods which they are selling a lit
tie cheaper than ar y other boose in the city.
From the New Tort Dispatch, Oct. 1, 1859.
SoKCfBivo ros IBS Ladies A new invention has
recently appeared, wbi h. although tucful to every'
body, la specially claimed bv the Ladies, as being ex
actly suited io taeir wants and requirements. They
are delighted with Spa-ding's Prepared Glue. It
brags np no disagreeable associations of st ctj glue
pots and stifl-ng od jrs, but is merely a clear transpa
rent liquid, In a prttty little bottle, with a small ac
companying brtsh , fit to stand on the daintiest toilet
Cable in all the land, with cologne and China trifles
And to useful it proves , too, if any accident happens
to the ten thousand little knick-knacks that ladies de
light In. No sending to the manufacturer for re
pairs, at an expense scarcely less than would attend
the purchase of a new r jde. A few of the Crystal
drops, skillfully applied by fair Angers, wJl set all
right. For furniture, for wurk-bi xes, for books, tor
everything, it is a perfect iittle Itmily physician!
The amount of morey that one of tuese bottles en
save in a month, would seem almost incredible, and
Ladies rely on their Prepared Glne as a sort of a ma
gician that can effort everything. And they know,
too. When any article of domestic frm meets the
nlhuslastx Banctkn at their hands that Spalding's
Prepared Glue bas received, yon may be pretty sure
lis something worth having on your closet shelf.
Sww Mocstaix, Jan. 9th,lS60.
Messrs. Clam k FntEH Gent: My wife was very
much sflUcted jrith scaly tetter on her feetaad hands
and aTter trying one of the best physicians in the
country, and finning no relief, she, by chance, got
bold ot one bottle of your Ambrosial Oil, and lound
so much relief that I ordered two dozen bottl?s from j
you at Nashville, some three montha sine, and the
use or three or four bottles has made a complete cure
of the disease. She was almost past going about
when she used the first bottle. I have sold all I
bought, and want more. I am in business at this
. place, and think 1 can sell a good deal of the medi
cine. Ton will ple-.se send me three dozen bottles ,
and I will remit by return mail. Send it by express
to me at Stone Mountain, DeKalb county, C.a.
- --Yours, Eespectfuily,
June20-lw ' JAMES ETHRIDGE.
Art m If XT t For the INSTANT RELIEF and
O 1 11 31 A f PERMANENT CURE of thi dis
tressing complaint use
Kade by C.B. SETMOCR k CO., 107 NASSAU STN
T. Price $1 per box; sentTreeby post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Legislature oT the ft.te of Georgia having
- passed the following Act, at its Session of 1858, pro
hibiting the drawing of lotteries within its jurisdio
Hon, after the 1st dy of June, 1850, we wiU on that
day, remove ocr entire business to V ilmmgton, Del.
. - VTOOI, EDDY CO ,
' " - Wilmington, Delaware.
Owner and aanagers of tho Delaware, Slissoorj and
Kentnckv Slate Lotteries.
To repeal all laws, and parts of laws, authorizing Lot
teries in the State or Georgia, and ror otner pur
- Sxcnoal. 7he Central Assembly of Georgia do enact
That from and aftr the first day of June, Eighteen
fiandred and Six-y,all laws and parts of laws author
tea r Lotteries in the State of Georgia, or the vend
tng of Lottery TinkeU in said State, be and the same
stre hereby repealed.
Approved by the Governor.
' Ceoember 11,1638. mayl5-tf
Vr 16 V EARS O L.D.
rrv hin received a small lot of Arple Brandy
W from r orlh Carolina, s id to be sixtetn years
.old whk-b we believe m oe oiricny pure,
'A 1. S O
rf bond, a cakof James Hennessy Braidy, fVlu
tace of 1R58). wtich we think will u;t the most
;: 'a l. s
LOT eC iioice Whissy, in store since 1859, aud
J- which iaty com jet' tion.
j.. lFllyETT ft SMITH,
Nos. 10 and 12 Market street.
SKYDER & FE1ZELL
Eave on band a large assortment of
LADIES' French Dress Trunks ; ;
do. Sole Leather do;
do 'Cabinet" - do; (a new article,) .
Cent Fiao Sole Leather Trunks; -
h V do. oo. Valises, (Aibiand and oth
stvles:! which they are offering at very re
duced rates. Cailatf.o.21 Pubhc fcquur.
, . ' Ladies Shoes and Gaiters.
LADIES fine black Congress CaiUrs, with heels;
i. Lace ' . " '
4. srown Congress " " " '
-""' t bl'k button " u - n
' - t " "' rKid Slippers, with and without heels
'. , together with other etylts of Ladies' Misses' auc
"hiMMfi! k tinea.
A large and superior stock of Gentlemen's wear,
' ----- - Patent Leather Gaiters and Strant Sooes;
Calf Congress " and Oxford Ties;
The above goods are all fresh and of the best qual-'
, ,ty and which we are onerujg at reduced prices.
at No. 21 Public square.
" Jane7-tj bgad KNYDER & FR1ZZETJ-
Tempest's Fruit Jars.
1T7K have on hand several hundred dozen Quarts
' VV and Half Galton of these fcimocs Fruit Jars.
3be simplest, cbeaiit and best ar Jcle yet invented
ttr the preservation of Fruit and YegLWbles. -
, TempeBt's Jars preserve bTRiwaxKKisa I
Tempest's Jars preserve RAsnaaBissl
Tempest's "Jars preserve DlicxsssiisJ
Tempest 'a Jars preserve Pis Vixyt
Xempest's Jars preserve Pzachhi
Tempest's Jars preserve Ptc ! ,:
-Tempest's Jars preserve Qciscks ! t
, -Tempest's Jars preserve CmraaiES J i
Tempest 's'Jars' preserveroxirossl ' i -
We have a full supply of Arthur 's Gla-'s, Stone and
' Tin Jars of all sizes. ' " 5 , .'-
-ALSO- Ludlow "s-G lass and Tin Jars, an sizfis
. . taa . . - - - - V - '- ri! !
' V: --Tempest's Stone, Jars - ;
: - teust superosde aU others. " -v
' - Jneo-2tf. ' MACKENZIE & M1NCHIX.
Godey's 1-adies Book for Jul r
just received by , " JOHX TOBK CO. i
, . Jnoel2-tf '. . wu'--- 5 v-- :
. Dicliln'8 Siew Book,
gHOTT STORIES, jost received and for sale by
' Junl3-4f- - T-, "JOHN YORK k CO,
-A: VHereer Potatoes." i g :
Hff BUSHELS New York Mercer potatoes, good
JLUU tor tatag or vlanting, ju.t n-ceir ana tot
;.o . .. - A, JiNJU-No,
N A SH VILE :
MONDAY MORNINGfJULY 2, 18C0.
. . . RETAIL PEICES. . r
"Bell" . Floor in bars $ . in half bars
Old Hickory do . ". ;J 4 255 ' '. ' 2 15
fcagie so. oo; - I bo
MixedBran ,perlOOlb:...nedollar .
Z Corn Seal, perbunhel.l 69.- ?'"--""-"' :
Uelivered to ill parts of the city. . . .sep21-ly.
SJYE3E5TS 0? THE EAILKOADS.
! Departure of Pasaenser Trains.
Na-'btillz tCHiTTXjoor.a 4 A.M., 3 P. V.
TunankAuaixi- 4:15 A.M., 3:00 P.M
LocevnxsJc Kanrrri.LK StOO A.M.,7:20 P-M
" . Ua.t.Hi.Eipreis5:OOP.M.
o6stibxb & Kcxrrcxv 6:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M
KasnviLUftCKaTTaxtioca 5 P. M.,8 A.M.
Txxxzsbzz A AiASAnA 10:00 A.M., 5:00 P-M.
Locistills k KasaviLis UA.1I, 5:00 f . M.
- " - Gallatin Expre&9:00 A.M
EoGErrxxo k Kkxttcet IO A.M., 7 I'. II-
FOB COUCIL-TIAJT. .
We are authorized to announce W. S. CHEAT
HAM for re-election as Councilman for the 5th Ward,
at the ensuing Municipal election. june7te
LT7 w are authorized t- annonnce ANTHONY S.
CAMP as a candidate for Councilman from the 5th
Ward, at the ensuing Municipal election.
- juneT-te - -
Grand Consolidated Ratification
- xneetlnsorthettreelclurla'ze Demo
cracy. Everything yoa ran against in the news
papers now-a-day3 is grand. Oar concerts
are grand; oar soirees are grand; onr opertv,
both horse and human, are grand ; our balls
are grand ; our circusses are grand ; our
rasrais are grand, and uow and then you'll
find it the Case that our children are grand.
Hence the propriety of styling the little
affair at the Court-Uouse luat Saturday the
Grand Consolidated Ratification Meeting of
the Breckinridge Democracy.
Our reporter lives about one hundred
yards from the foot of Capitol Bill in the
direction of the Post-office. Lafct Saturday
morni ng he was " lying there fast asleep,"
dreaming f-cary dreams about that part of
Central America , where ' earthquakes are
very common occurrences Suddenly there
was a terible explosion ; the house ''reeled to
and fro and Btaggered like a drunken man,"
and our reporter, started from his dream, and
fancying for the moment that he was in the
midst of a Central American earthquake,
bounded from the bed like an acrobat liom a
spring board, and shooting through the mus-quitoe-bar,
lit on bis all-fours in the middle
of the floor. Then there came another re
port, Louder, clearer, deadlier than before,"
and all at once our reporter rect llected that
for the Breckinridge Democracy :
" The day of Jubilee had come,"
and that they were going to ratify ; and be
knew that the boys bad brought out the old
brass twelve-pounder from the Armory un
der the Capitol, and were trying to wake np
the people with it. They banged away there
for an hour or so, when they got tired and
The Breckinridge Democracy were anx
ious to have a big crowd to help them ratify
things, and we learn that they sent out bills
on some or all of the railroads, inviting the
people down, and announcing that the fare
had been reduced to half price for the occa-
sion. Three bands of music were drummed
ap, and one sent to the depot of the Chatta
nooga Railroad to escort the Rutherford
delegation into the city ; another to the
depot of the Tennessee and Alabama Rail
road to bring in the delegation from Maury
and Williamson, and the third went down to
the depot of the Louisville and Nashville to
bestow the same act of courtesy upon the
seceding Democracy from Sumner and
other counties in that direction. But when
the trains on these roads came in, the delega
tions were not on board, and throwing their
instruments over their shoulders (all but the
fifers they put theirs in their pockets,) the
musicians straggled back up town in a
sea of perspiration, thinking it" so
loud that you could almost hear it ten steps
The Grand Ratification Meeting was an
nounced to begin at 10 o'clock, a m. About
that hour a crowd bagan to gainer around
the Court-House. Our reporter went over.
But the Breckinridge Democracy was scarce.
Mr. Pentecost was going to sell several car
loads of second-hand furniture at auction,
and the country people had gathered around
to lay in a supply. lie had a good crowd, of
course. The Democracy knew he would have,
which wa3 their reason lor bringing on their
Grand Ratification Meeting at the same time
and place. In the midst of the second-hand
furniture sale, some of the friends of Breck
inridge and Lane got up a dog fight at the
other end of the Court-IIouse.which, of course,
got up another crowd. At this juncture, the
Democracy cime up, consolidated the furni
ture sale and dog -fight, and carried the two
crowds thus united up to the third story of
the building,' and the ratification at once
Gov. Iotam G. Harris was appointed
chairman of the meeting. Gov. Harpis can
mxke a first rate speech when he tries, and
be made a very appropriate one when he
took the chair. He was followed by the
Hon. Andrew Ewixg, of this city, who also
made a good speech ; but when he got
through, the crowd, which numbered about
three hundred, less than half of whom were
Democrats, began to leak out, and in a short
time the hall was half empty. Speeches
were also made by Mssrs. W. A. Qcarles cf
Montgomery, Daniel S. Donelson of Sum
ner, Ecgene Ukderwood of Davidson, W. B.
Bate of Sumner, and T. Turkey of Fraaklin.
A series of resolutions was offered by T.
B. Childress, Esq., of Davidson, which were
adopted. Mr. Qoarless then invited the
whole of Davidson county, especially the
Democratic citizens, to a public meeting at
Clarksville within the next two weeks, of
which due notice is to be given. One or two
Democrats of the Breckinridge persuasion
resolved on the spot to go, when, on motion
of the Hon. Andrew Ewixg, the meeting
We hope our contemporary of the Lnion
and Atneriran did not say yesterday that the
meeting was large ; for if he did. we shall
be compelled to acknowledge that his spy
glass is a better magnifier than ours, which
we don't like to do With the. fare cut half
in two, on some or all of the railroads ; with
three bands of music to cort as many dele
gations from as many depots with the rumor
that Mr. RsKrirrxBiDGE. was here and was
going to make a speech ; with three negroes
i j their shirt-sleeves bearing two small ban
ners made of ten-cent cotton cloth ; with an
auction sale of second-hand furniture ana a
dog-fight--wkb all these applianct s and ad
vantages, we can't see. why the meeting
was n't both large and enthusiastic,
r-The Excursion to Clarksville on Thurs
day was greatly facilitated by the" diligent
attention and polite courtesy of the Con
ductor, Mr. O. J. Hack,- in whose charge the
train was arranged and left Nashville. ' He
is not only a model officer but an attractive
gentleman. The excursionists were also on
der obligations to Messrs." John Cain and
i McGiXNis, who returned with a portion
of them to Nashville, for similar favori Few
things contributemore to the comfort of
Railroad travel than the polite management
of gentlemanly Conductors, and . euclv are
those aboYe named. " - -
Cook: fob Hir A good is offered, for -hire
for the balance of the year. Enquire at this
Mr. ET5, on Sa'artlay et the Coart
Hoaseproposei that it Eeeceishikoe should
carry Ten nessee1 at the po ptil af el ecti ori "an d
the election shoaM thereafter go into the
Hoase cf Representative?, the memlers of
Congress shon Id vote for Mr, -BBECEiSEiDGE.
Oa the ; same principle, if Liscolx should
carry Illinois before ths ieojjleiwe Bnppose
that Mr. Ewrxo would Jiave the democratic
Congressmen from that Ftate rote for Llx
ooijf. in the like event-r-also if Mr. Beij in
like manner, eboald carry Kentacky, North
Carolina or Maryland, one or nil, the demo
cratic Representative from those Slates
should cast their rotes for Mr-TrJixr.. Does
Mr. Ewixo decire the rule which he proposes
to work equally all around ? or does he wish
It to apply only in a case favorable to his
party? Will he or any friend for him an
swer T ';
ST- Among the many Improvements in
progress in our neighbor, Clarksville, we
were struck with several elegant business
hon3es, one of which, lately finished, has an
elegant white marble front. This ia equal
to our own city, which haa but one of the
kind. Another improvem'-nt of great value
13 the Watldngion Jlotel, which is near comple
tion, and surpasses ia construction, finish
and furnishing, any in Nashville. The House
is worthy of the proprietor, Mr. Moore, and
he is worthy of it." The Gas Works, recently
finished, afford an ample supply of most ex
cellent gas. We have never seen any supe
rior to it. We were really and agreeably
surprised to witness so many evidences of
substantial progress as are manifested on all
hands by the energetic, industrious and re
fined people ol Clarksville.
" Electiox. At the meeting of the City
Council Friday afternoon, the following
gentlemen were alected as the Board of Edu
cation for the ensuing year, to-wit:
F. B. Fojrg, ' M. n. Howard,
R. J. Meigs, W. F. Bang,
J B. Lindsley, W. F. Cooper,
IraacPaul, P. Garret.
All of them belonged to the old Board,
save the two last named gentlt-men.
James Everett was elected a3 Keeper of
the Work House, in place of Wm. Dix, re
signed. Wm. Stcrdevant was elected as
Captain of the night police, in place of Mr.
Everktt, and R. M. Catitt was elected
Second Lieutenant of the night police, in
place of Mr. Stcrdetant.
S. J. Starkey was elected as a night police
Hon Andrew Ewixg informed us on
Saturday, how Breckxiridge might be elect
ed. It was by all ot the innumerable hosts
of Bell's friends all over the Union, and all
of Douglas' irfends wherever they may be
found uniting on Breckinridge. By this
means he thought that a clean sweep might
be made of Lincoln and Bheckixridge tri
umphantly elected ! In as much as Douglas
has qaite as many supporters iu the whole
country as Mr. Breckinridge, and tince Bell
has more than either, would n't it be more
considerate, as a mere question of conve
nience, tor the friends of Breckinridge and
Douglas to come over to Bell? And con
sidering the incomparable superiority of Mr,
Bell's abilities and principles as a statesman,
to those of either, it would seem a duty to do
JESS" The gjds favored the fire-eating wing
of the Democracy with a suitable day, on
Satuuday. for their entertainment." The skies
were molten brass, and the sun beamed like
a furnace. Things generally were quite as
hot as any of them conld wish. It was a
terrific day on the constilntions of those who
have heretofore lived in the cool atmosphere
of conservatism. We thought it was especi
ally trying on our respected friend Andrew
Ewrxo. The depressing heat of the weather
coupled with the enervating position which
he was called to defend was very severe on
him. We should recommend that be eschew
speaking on such subjects duriog the reign
of Sirius. and fall back iato his former tem
perate and better modes ot thought.
In passing the auction rooms of the Messrs.
Hard? Brothers yesterday, we were aston
ished to see the immense stock of China and
glass ware, which they have arranged, to be
sold at auction to-day, at 9 o'clock. For
getting up a sale and putting it through,
these boys are unsurpassed, and if we are to
judge, Monday morning multitudes of eager
purchasers and curious ones, will throng the
rooms which present an array of attraction,
inferior in no respect to anything of the kind
we have ever 6een. Ladies remember and
go for your very chance is there.
gr" The Breckinridge democratic speakers
on Saturday, appeared to have heard that
somebody had said that Lane possessed rather
inferior educational advantages in his youth
That is probably true, as we belieTc it is a
matter of history that whilst he was in Mexico
he dated a "few lines" from " Ytry Croose''
However that may be, he has had a kind of
schooling aodcr Buchanan, that compensates
for his early disadvantages. If the people
want to set up a worthy successor in that
line of precedents, they needn't doubt Lane's
ability to answer their expectations.
Speaking at the Market House. The
Bell Grays, together with a large number of
citizens were addressed at the Market House
last night, by Wm. Erazeltox, Esq., late
member, of the Legislature. from Jefferson,
Col. Ed. L Golladay, of Wilson, one of the
District EUctors for the Bell and Everett
Ticket, and Col. Jo. G. Pickett, of Smith
county. Brief but eloquent and Bound con
servative Union speeches were made by each
gentleman and listened to with marked at
tention by the assemblage, aod greeted with
loud and repeated applause. Banner.
Ward Bell . Clubs, A meeting of the
Union men in the 4;h ward is called to-night
at Crenshaw's Carpenters Shop, for the pur- !
pose of forming a Bell Club. The gallant
Opposition in that Ward are setting a noble
example, which ought to be followed in every
Ward in the city, and by every town in the
State... We have a glorious cause to work
for, and we should do it with all the vigor
and energy of onr hearts and our hands.
Let every other TVard take up the ' word at
once and meet and organize for that momen
tous struggle on the result of which hangs
the ultimate welfare and perpetuity of the
Reopextxo of the St. Cloud. It will be
seen from the card of Mr. Samuel J, Carter
in another column that he will open the St.
Cloud Hotel to the public on Thursday next.
Mr. Carter has enlarged, repainted and re
novatedthe housef romjcellarto garret, and
has supplied all the rooms with the most ele
gant of new furniture. The St. Cioud will
now be equal to any hotel injheWest.
Mr. Editor. I took the vote ' on the
carp -Thursday evening, from Clarksville to
Nashville, for President and Tice President
of the United States : .
For Bell and Everett. 29
- For Douglas and Johnson; , . .. . r. 10
For Breckinridge and Lane... v
- For Houston. . . . " 1
Drowned. A young man nam ed Thomas
Allen, who was sv proprietor of a grocery on
the South Bide of the Public Square, several
doors from Market street, was druwned in the
river about 11 o'clock Saturday night. - His
J body was recovered yesterday moraingv
- Fcr the paily Patriot,
Can t!.e most faithful labors cf an lavesti
tigating Committee! even if continued six
months, enable it to form a correct judgment
of an institution "where f so much' tr, impor
tance is not of record, and when the records
require verbal explanation. What would be
thought of a cook-kwperwhoseaccounts did
loot explain themselves to third parties If
verbal explanations are to be depended upon,
why keep any accounts ? It is a well settled
principle in legal jurisprudence, that verbal
testimony cannot go behind written Jestimo
ny." I defy any one acquainted with book
keeping, to show from the records, that Croe
by Nichols &. Co-have rewtiwi their -pay,
notwithstanding the records evince that a
similar amount has been paid twice.
But hoT can a committee investigate many
of the chapters that are not of record, for in
stance : the Brown game, the Gregory game,
dozens of book games,. Phrenology, Phonog
raphy, shows, fiddlers, the town clock exhi
bitions, the receiving of a multiplicity of pu
pils from beyond the corporation, and even
across the liver, the introducing of Latin in
to particular rooms, and when the pupils
have paid five or ten dollars each for Latin
books, stop teaching it aod put the pupils at !
something else, and a variety of other mat
ters involving thousands of dollars of expense
to the people, the existence of which a com
mittee would have no suspicion unless they
learned it by accident, and where the com
mittee must depend merely on the verbal
statement of the Superintendent, if by acci
dent it learned of the existence of such facts.
One would almost conclude that the Board
said to him do as you please aud we will see
that no one calls you to an account for it.
But this would be less objectionable if be
would faithfully devote his time to a careful,
thorough examination of pupils, daily, in the
details of their studies. I am informed by
pupils and excellent teachers who formerly
taught in these schools, that he rarely makes
any examinations, or only very superficial
ones, and how can he make them otherwise
with the superficial attainments evinced in
his annual reports. Suppose with the $2500
paid to the Superintendent, two teachers.
w.-U skilled in all the modern modes of
teaching and drilling now used in the best
Normal Schools, were employed to act as
Principals, -ach. over half of the schools of
the city, and to devote all their time to ex
amining and drilling, without books, the pu
pils, and aiding the teachers in introducing
and carry ing out such modes of teaching as
are so successful elsewhere.
Would not this greatly aid the teachers in
carrying out the best modes of teaching, and
keep both teachers alive to the faithful pir
fermance of their duties? More could thus
be accomplished in one year than is now
done ia three.
I have frequently taught classes in differ
ent branches, and I know from personal ex
perience, as well as from observation, of the
labours of other teachers, that a better
knowledge of Grammar can be given in two
months, than is possesed by the pupils of the
Public School cf this city, that, I have seen
tested, who have been studying for four
years. The Grammar of the Epglish langu
age is simple, and easily mastered, if the
pupil has. been properly prepared for it The
noun and the verb make the frame work of
language, and the balance is the mere filling
up, which is easily understood by a child of
six years, in fact a child can only talk just
so far as he understands the Grammer of the
sentences he uses. He cannot express ideas
without knowing the office of the words he
uses. What he lacks and need 3 to be taught
are how to classify and explain what he already
hnencs. If space permittedrthi ' wouTd be a
very important and interesting subject, to be
explained to the people. What nonsense,
what a murderous waster of time, to spend
years in duncifying the mind over so simple
a subject. The structure of the English
verb is very simple, and the case of nouns is
understood (not explained) by every child
that can talk.
Geography can be taught in two months
what folly and cruelty to keep a child at it
four years. True it may make sale of
four or. five booJcs, and enable the pupil at an
examination, " to show off" his store of
memorised, useless statistics, that are true to
day and changed to-morrow a course that
docs anything else but cultivate and develop
the mind the great object of education.
Would to God that this point ot the subject
could be properly brought before the people.
They would rebel against all such dementing
processes. I know pupils who have been tor
years in the High School, the sons of rich
men, who think their children are improving
well, who cannot stand a good examination
in the Intermediate School, and jt would be
harder to give them a good education than
if ti ey had never seen a book. . ..
A good practical knowledge of Arithmatic
can be given in from two to four months.
Book-keeping can be taught in from two to
eight weeks. Writing in one to four weeks.
Phonography in. the same length of time.
A better knowledge of spelling and the
meaning of words can be given in two
months, than is possessed by the pupils of the
High School ot this city.
The utter, useless waste of time sppnt of
"spelling" is arrant fogyism, and does not
teach spelling after all.' Think of the stnpid
folly of keeping a boy four or five years on
a petty spelling book, that could be mastered
in two months, if common s nse were al
lowed to be used. A more senseless waste
of time, or a process more injurious to the
mind can hardly be imagined, than the end
less spelling of (to him) mtaninglest words.
Reading can be taught incidentally in con
nection with other branches and mostly in the
same books. A grammar is a good book in
which, to teach reading, as it coutains every
Kina ot composition, inese-are not mere
clos.t-ptcalalions; they are oft tested realities
and no where is there a better chance for
carrying on the best modes of teaching, than
in the schools of this city, where each teacher
can have pupils classified according to pro
ficiency, and a competent superintendent,
or two competent principals can, and they
would carry out these important improve
ments.' Mr. and Mrs. Irwin, who have for a
few months been'teaching in Edgefield, have
shown something of this mode of teaching
grammar, arithmetic, spelling, phonography
and phonetic reading, c, with few bvoks,
I have several limes wHriessedTthe' resultand
Edgefield may well be thankful for such
teachers. An intelligunt and educated gen
tleman . told me his child improved more in
three months with Mrs. Kirk, than in three
years in the Free Schools. Another one said
he valued , the six lectures of Dr. Boynton
more than a year's tuition, in' the schools.
There is certainly a marked condemnation of
a Ecbool that consumes a year to do as mach
as another one does in six evenings. " Dr. B.
possesses no magical or ,miraculouspowers.
He understood his subject and simply nsed
common sense in presenting it, and the same
common sense", might nnder proper superin
tendence be nsed in teaching in every branch;
in every room in the schools. There is no
need of this vast disparity in teaching.
In January of last year, Charles Plummet
then seven years of age, had . never used a
pen. I have' since taught him. He now
jwrjtes a,.betterhaodthan.one ,peraoain
twenty writes, ia three different', styles,
writes Phonography a easily as be talks,
knows accurately every Bound in "the lin-
gaage, and has raadg fair .progress fat ether
stodie. - lie has hoi vot?llialf jbis time to
study, and I bate taaght . him with great ir
circumstance.'; Had . he learned nothing but
writing and phonography the time would
ve. beenwelf TpenL, Dozens ,ot persons
have tested his skill and have expressed their,
surprise and admiration. The skill which he
has might have been" possessed in 1857 by
every child of teight. years, ia the Free
Schools, but for .the course pursued, by the
Superintendent .Thousands of dollars might
have been saved to the people by the course
I suggested to him in 1S5C,' without imploy
ing a' separate- teacher - instead of which
course the people have been paying $1 20
per quire for paperj when that at ten cents
would be more suitable, and $2 to $3 per
gallon for ink it can be made for five cents
per gallon. In phonetics and phonography
the ' people have been humbugged they will
te humbugged again in both et a cost cf thousands
of dolors. J. W. DOLBEAR.
Adams' Express furnished us Saturday, as
usual, with files of Louisville papers in ad
vance of the mail, and also New York and
Philadelphia papers. . . . -
Ethiopian Mintsrels. Long & Well's jc
nowned troupe of mintrels who have been so
enthusirsticaly received in the whole . south
ern country, will perform to-night at the
Gaity Theatre. In this band will h? recog
nized the best p r orraers in this country.
Later front Europe.
The steamer Anglo Saxon has arrived at
Farther Point with Liverpool dates of the
20th direct, and of the 2lt via Londonderry
Cotton sales of 3 days 25,000 bales, of which
Speculators and Exporters took 8000 bales ;
m rkt dull and generally unchanged.
Liverpool, Thursday Cotton sales of two
days, 20.000 bales, of which speculators and
exporters- took 10.000 bales. Market un
changed, but more business doing. Closing
with a better demand tor speculation and ex
port. Consols 93 a 93$ for account.
Manchester advices are unfavorable. Cloths
flit. In Yarn there is more doing, at low
prices. Bread-tuffs dull ; Provisions quiet.
The Baden Conference has ended..
The French and PruM an journals desire
peace and Europe consolidated.
All i quiet in Sicily Garabaldi is organ
izing fir an tffort on the main laud.
One of the captured steamers carried the
The Paris Openiorie has received a second
warniug for publishing Victor Hugos speech.
Thirty-six Villas are reported burned in
The Turkish soldiers sent to protect the
Christians, joined the Druses and participated
in the massacre.
The Church rates abolition bill was thrown
out of the House of Lords by a large ma
jority. Napoleon returned to Paris on the 18th.
The German Princes were unanimous at
the Prelimin try Conference, on the questions
refep ing to the relations of Foreign Powers.
Nnpoleon repeated peaceful assurances to the
Prince Regent of Prussia. Their interview
The two steamers captnred by the Neapol
itans displayed the Sardinian and American
colors. - They contained 32 ' canons
and two million pounds of powder, and con-
lderable specie and 800 armed passengers.
who as prisoners were taken to Gaeta.
I be Sardinian, minister demanded the res
titution; the English Ambassador supported
the demand. . " -
The concentration of the Piedmontese army
in Fprrara is confirmed.
Tuc .s.ciiiau Parliament is expected shortly
to be convoked under the laws of 1818, to
ratily the proclamation declaring the for
feiture of the rights of the Bourbons, in
Sicily, and the union of Sicily, with Sar
dinia under Emmanuel Napoleon at the in
terview said to Commander De Martina, six
weeks ago I should have been happy to ac
cept the role of mediator, but posterior en
gagements prevent my doing so to-day.
Louisville, June 29. The river is fallicg
with 3 feet 6 inches water in the canal.'
Dailt Patriot Office, 1
Nashville, July 2, 13C0. - J
COTTON No Sales. ;
TOBACCO. Nothing doing in this article.
FLOUR. We quote superfine at $6$6
50 ; extra $77 50 bhL In sacks $3 60
$3 75, for extra, wholesale.
GRAIN White Corn 80 per bushel; mixed
75c. Oats 55 to 60c. per bushel.
BACON Is in request and scarce. We
quote shoulders at 8c.; clear sides 11114 ,
hams 10Jllc. ft). These are the buying
rates from wagons ; packers receive Jc. ad
vance on tbem.
LARD Is in demand and sells readily at
11c. V ft. -
MEAL Is selling at 80c. bushel. ;
FEATHERS We 'quote at 4042 B.
GINSENG 2530c. B tt
GROCERIES. The market is pretty well
supplied,, but dull. We quote Fair sugar
88J ft.; prime to choice 99Jc.; ii
barrels 3lc. advance on these figures.
New Tork Coffee Sugars lOJlljc lb-.
crushed and powdered llj12c; Loaf 11(
12c. lb. ' . ,. ,
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gaL; half barrels 45
4.8c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels 80c; and keg
(ten gals.) 85c. - ' - ;
COFFEE. Rio 1414c; Laguyra 14
15c, Java 1820c Jb.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 4060 ;. Black 60
l 50. - - -----; -
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60$1 70 ; and Barrel at
40c buchel.; ; f '.
CO TTON YARNS.- Tho following are tie
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns:, 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; 600, 10c; 500, 11c;
and 400, 12c. V: . r
"WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2022c
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality. . : . i5
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weigh t.Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
. Rai8ins-r-Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. E.
$2 50a2 75. . , .-' . - . " .
; SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box. !
BRAN. $1 60 per cwt. - 3
"HAY$26 per tonT? r"Jl ""' J ' ' ' " t
BEESWAX 2 6a27c per lb. , .
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per lb
" CInciDJii.ti Prodneolflarkcti
, . . .. j. TRDasBATvX2ruio,Jane 88.
FLOUR. The market was rather heavier to day.
though the change in prices could nt be specified.
Superfine was oflered quite freely at $4 75, without
noding any buyers. Ihe wbole range for supernoe.
incluuine fresh ground, may be put down at St i&
5, and or extra tresb ground S3 25) so. -WHIaKT.
A- continued good oemand;-with
teady market: Ealea- of-700 bri.-at 17i17 .Sc.,
tbe latter rate ror wagon.
OATS. The market is una, with a good demand
at 58c., sales of 600 bushels at 3730. in sacus; 400
do at 'Me in sacks, ind GC0 do .a: M!.c. in sacks.
UOttN-The demand forCorn isacurc.and mixed
shelled advanced to 4Sc. " Ear is firm at 47c. and
white shelled at 61c riales of- 800 boaheis mixed
sneUed in bulk at 48c., and 600 do. Ear ia balk, at
BAKlXT. Prime Fall is ia lair demand at 85a.
The lower trades are dill and noreinal. .i -
HAY. lue market is quiet aad ancaanged; we
quote prime Timothy la . bales oa arrival at SIS per
tun. .: .y: - i . . .. . : w . : i
RTE- The mai-et is dull, aad prices lower; wo
qweynj at 7SC. :aalea ot euo oeaneia a isc,
and 400 do. at 74c. . ... A "
Ccuzrj, Cases l
ITTJ&T received. 200 assorted Canary Bird Cot
rj ait styles, colors and prioss, some as nanuaonw
mm nor oruugui io uus maralit. f vr nie low oy
ieoa-r ; t ., ; , - j. yi. wiuw.
" I O-lf::
IX applications Tor the Rest of the "GAIETY
THEATRES' An lie addressed -1 . : .
mottr i - -Box 497. Nashville .Tann :
,2 E. W 11 OOliS p
Just received by Exprefsaid for-sIe by F. HAGAN.
Letters f. Alexander Von Humbolt, with a Steel
Portrait, translate & frasa theJEwo.Geriaaa editions by
Frederick Kcop. " " " ;
? El 'fuiidas, by the author of Lamplighter jl
."'BaUedxe-a.SoveL i 1
-Aboriginal America, by Jacob Abbott..." !
ow Short, Patent Sermons by To, Jr ., complete
series. ... . . ... . , . .- . , .. ; -
Just received and for sale by . .. ' -
. - .: . - - . - - F. HAGAN,'- .
juneS-ir'1-- '. -----'- 41 College St..
Panoramic PamliDsr.for Sale.
A first-rale opportnnitr for IiiTestmfirt.
BUXYAS'S PILGRIMS PROGRESS
THE celebrated and magnificent Panorama of
Rrmt's Pirfutm'd TmxiicEsa iprflered for sale.
This painting bas been before the public of fhis coun
try Tor several years, haring been extiio:tea to me
principal cities in the country , and .'elicited tho un
qualified admiration of the P'tess and people. It Is
in good order, with all necessary fixtures, reauy
boxed for shipment. For trms Ac, Ac., apply in
person or by letter to J. B. CRAiint.i. or to
A- S. CAHf W.,
junelS-tr - - Nashville, Tenn.
aL uisville Courier and Cineinuati Commercial
copy 3 times and send bill to this onice.
F O E -S AL DE .
A COUNTRY RESIDENCE
Well Improved & ?ery ValnabI
mWO and a half miles from Vashv:l!c nn A
dwelliog is of Brick, buiit iu modern style H l
and very commodious: cociaiuiut 9 rooms
ot good s!sa, besides nal-s,aiiie-ctwnibers,ctiiiia clos
et, store room and cellar, and situated in
A BeautiM Groie of Forest Trees.
The kitcbon ,wash room and meat house ar e also
of brick with ail necessary out buildiLgs, and a
large custom. , - . -
I to place contains thirty -two acres of excellent
land, ol which twelve are in HEAVY -TliiPKK.
No bri-Lse or railroad tj pkss.ond the lull gate will
soon be movo i beyond.
ALsO adjoining the above, several beantuul
Building Lots, cou taming lrom six to thirty acres
une oi beveuleeu . crea. heavily timbered-
I'Ucse lands aro weil adapted to gardening being
uear the city aud of t ree soil, clear ol rock.. l'os ses
sion given at any time.
tor terms a up y io tii undersigned on tue premi
ses, or at 33 College Street.
juneza-uii ... -v. ti. tjiut.
The Japanese Hat.
i NEW et le u doit Hat, weighing only 1 ounce,
j Just receive! this day by express, at too lasn
touubi'i Hat Emporium of . J- KA-N CISCO'S,
jauel5-U' Zi f uoiio fcijuare ;
Tlie Drab Preti Ottar,
entirely new design, at the Hat Enporiura
23 Public Square.
Fioaiin? Mill for Rent.
PHE City Flouring Mill, situated on the Cumber-
L laud Kiver, jul below thu city , is u tie red lor
rent the remainder of the present year, iiu the
privilege of next year. Apply to 1 crner S V oaTtE,
Cherry street, or . JAilt UihBiiT,
june2o-tr .... . at ihe ilill.
laaiUes' Bonnet Boxes.
rUST received a larce assortment of Ladies' Bon-
cl net B- xes, single and uuuble u-p and trays.
Also. Ladies' SaUheli. and Traveling Bigs, which
I offer very cheap for cash. .
.. . JOHN R IMAGE, -
june23-tf . - - . . 42 Coliu fan sirett.
' For Sale.
1HAVE 10 or 12 a res of asprcttv land, near the
junction of Nolens ville and Mill Creole Valley
i'urnpike, as lies in liavidson county, which I wish
to sen low lor cash. Apply to K, K. iiLaMxx'K s t-o.
june26-tr j.Nti. u rhiB Ai.
rVR stock of Full Bosom Shirts is again complete.
I M P.. ..U.H.nil -i.n.r..i urn -r.n. m nnH thom Hfi
beinx particularly aipr priate to the present hot sea
son : We have aiso a small lot of Pun Bosom Shirts,
together with an endless variety of plainer styus.
We have also received auother lot of liaucS'tne
VeckTies, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Pressing Robes,
Suspenders, Half-note, &c., Ac. Also, a- re-supply ol
Seasonable U NDER-W EAR. Call and see our Goods.
We are determined to cispose of ttiem at very low
flgures, being anxious to reduce our mock.
june22-tf J. H. McGlLL.
An aperient and stomachic preparation of
IRON purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen, of high medical author
ity and extraordinary tfiicacy in each of the
following complaints, viz.:
TlTrRTLTTY. HERVOUS AFFECTIONS. E35A-
CTATTOTT. DYSPEPSIA. DlAKSHEA, CONSTl.
P4.TI0N. .'CKOFTJLA, SALT KHETJM. SCTJBVY,
JATJlffTJlCE. LIYEK COMPLALNTS Kniuma.
ttsw wrrRfrrrRXAL coKSEauENCEs. inteb.
TirrTTEKT FEVERS. NETTRALGIA, CHRONIC
WT? ATI ACHES. : FEMALS -WEAKrTESS. KI3-
MTTOSTRTIATTOTf. WHITES. CHLOROSIS, etc..
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE EKTN. eti
The IRfiN heinar absorbed by the blood", and
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder
fnl influence. : '
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment bo
jomnared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
uckly complexions inuic&bs iu uewDBxiy '
conceivable case. In all cases of
fsmale debility tnuor aiDus, ctuorosis, eio, i
y . t , : 2..
tfParta are rleliii httU'lV reuovaunff. XV 3 remeuy
i as ever been discovK-ea, in tne wnoie mstory
if msdicine, which exerts sucn prompt, nappy,
tndrnlly restorative effects.. Good appetita, com
olete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
ww-n vi TiTfntrnil diTOosition for active and
b.rfnl evweiws. immediately follow its use.
im crand stomachic and general resrorauvo
it has no superior and no substitute.
nn in nut flat metal txwea contnln.ng
r. rllyr AViH he Jt free to
.uiwadtlreeion receipt f the prfec. au lew
ters, omen, - .
" w . wumiw wa aumncu m,w
R. B.XOCKE & CO.,
- - tr 339 BBOADWiV, H Y.
r n.Th. above ia Tae-simUe r the
la.be! on eacla box.
dec22--itriwwly ;t-- j J.i '-
' : M'hapeau Gnarabaldi. ,
A " NEW style of Soft Hat, of entirely new design ,
ia. j ost received by express.
A.. J. FRA1VCISCO,
may 9 SNo-i 23 Public Square, Nash ville. Teen
- So Time ' la Wait ior . the Doctor,
ABOUT these times all children will eatgreen fruit.
At any moment of day or nigbt, they are liable
to be attacked by Cholera Mor bus, Dysentery or ui
rrboea. No time then to send for the doctor. The
Grsefenberg Dysentery Syrup instantly relieves al
sujh cases. No family onght to be without it in tbe
house. - Its promptness haa sved thousands (t valu
ble lives in Tennessee m the past few year.- Only
50 cents a bottle enough f-.r a whole family for a
JOHN T. CLAHIORNK, recently from Virg"uiia,bnt
now a resident of this city, and a teacher or
some thirty yeara' exprieeeTppeeio4satrct
classes ia English Grammar excliuirtlfi, during the
com ing. vacation of the Public acbol. He has
paid particular attention to the gpnius and grammat
ical construction of the English language, and from
cast success be -ie confident that bo would give en
tire satisfaction to thoe who would favor him whh
ttfiir patronags. For the convenience of pupils, be
vouid form three classes, to be located in Ui Korib,
Central aad South parts of the city. His terms will
lv6 moaitjrAwO i. - - ; " i
His residence is in Scgier's block, on High rtreet
where hecan be found, or he will call on applicants
who wilt tovwtlseirwtdTess-at bimnia-'
Mr. Claibcee is permitted to re:er to the Rev. Dr
Bowel 1, K. 3. Meig3i Itasc Paul and J. F. Pearl.
janel-trr Vir ,.,AJ .
Ofi rifVfwhed Corn; --.V;
i ; Veal;
iJ Vih. LlWrt. r.s '
- - gj .
F .HAGAN, 41 College St has just received the
. following new Books: " :
MOUNT VERNON PAPERS!!!
Complete in our large 12 mo Book. Price $1 50.
The Pliysiolosy ofComiiiOlaX.tfe,
by Gen. Henry Lewis .author of Sea Side Studies,
Life of Gortjhe,etc., 2 yoL n '"'- ?T f '
The object ef the above work.'dilfers from that of
all other works on popular science, in its attempts t3
meet the wants of the student, while meeting thote
or the general reader, who is supposed to be wholly
uaacquainted with Anatomy and Physiology. The
many excellent treatises which exist are above senied
to the advanced student; they assume a knowledge,
and a facility of apprehension which can only issue
from a practical familiarity with subjects, ' ; ;
.; On Hallucinations.
' -A History and explaaation of apperritions, visions,
dreams, cestacy, magnetism and sonamDuiism o j
A. Brikee D Boismoxt, ST. P., translated from the
French by Kobkrt T. Hcxxe, F. L. S.
Politicians Attention ! ! I
THE POLITICAL TEXT BOOK, OB ENCYCLOPEDIA,
containing everything necessary for reference of the
Politicians and Statesmen of toe United States.
Printer Look Here !
I have on hand and for sale 3,500 lbs. of Xew
Ink, warranted a No. 1 article.
I hive just received a complete assortment of
Wades celebrated colored. Job Ink of every tint and
shade. F. HAGAN,
Mrst Soclhwortli's New Book.
Haunted' Homestead :
WITH HER AUTOBIOGRAPHY ;
Author of Lady of the Isle, Lost Heiress, etc., eto.
bound $1 25, paper $1 "CO, for sale by ,
JOHN YORK 4CO.,
mar2i-tr , No. 33 Union Street.
a. w. JOHXSOX, JR.
J50. O. TKKASOB.
Johnson & Treanor,
No. 6 Trnlon Street,
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court
of Davidson county, Tenn., at lis Hay Termy I860, 1
will expose to public sale, to tne biguest bidder,
for cash, at the Court house Yard, in the City of
Nashville, on Saturday, the 3oth day of June,
I860, all the right, title, claim, interest and estate,
wnich B. M. smith tben had, or may have aiuce
acquired in and to the following described property,
to-wit: Une Negro Boy, bam, aged eleven years,
black and likely ; ind also a lot of Lumber (yellow
pine) tor flooring ;also. a small lot of white piuepan
uel niank, and also, about 200 feet of 12 and 14 feet
c&auiling. being levied on as the property of B H.
Mnitii to 8.iaiy a ludgment rendered in favor of
John rhoiusou. J.U.HAWKINS.
June7-tds Special Deputy Sheriff.
BY virtue of a fi fa, to me directed and delivered
from the Houorable Circuit Court ol Davidson
county, Tennessee, at its M.y Term, 1860, I will
expose to publm hale to the highest bidder, for cash at
A. Kline's on Drv t-reeK.uavidsou eo.,on haturaay.
30th DaY OF JUNE, 1860, all the right, title, claim,
interest and estate, wnicn A. K.une men naa,
or may have since acquired le and to the following
described property, to-wit: ooe fcngine and Boiler,
and all t be lixiures belonging to said engine ;one Corn
Mill; one Corn Sueller; one Grtudstone'; all the Iron
Pipes about the Distillery, and hose Pipes leading
to the creek: one tquor pum; ore- water pump;au
toe belting and pulleys ueiongmgiosaiamacninery,
one iron clulcu and nxtures; one ox wag jq ; one lot
of lumber, consisting or scautULg. aud iscn plane.
being levied on astbe propertv ot A. Kline, to satut-
fv a lndgiueut -eudtred ia favor of Anderson & Ko-
maus against tho f aid Kline. June 19tn, 1860.
j. k. uutuNUSON, snerin.
juncCO-td By W. D. Kobektsox, Dep. Sheriff.
Ladies French Dress and Pack
. hi" Trunks
34o ii x v jv rai a r e ,
'"42" College Street,
Ladies' and Gents'. Fine Trunks
HAS received additional supplies of Ladies' Extra
Larce Dress Trunks, of tlie latest styles. . Best
hiielish Siole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies
Bonnet Boxes, single and double top; tallies, Bags
Ac., Ac. , lor sale at very low prices.
june'J-u jvii.-x nAMAut-
Extra Fiue Corn Meal.
A N additional supply Jost received ter Glenwood
XX. Also, fifty barrels ol the cheapest Food tor Stock
111 we market. ojuj. r. cuir l..? c v.w. ,
. . i t - ( V" T . til. T I W k- ,
juuel4-tf No. '27 College street.
rpHE a'tention of the readers of the Patriot, the
J Ladies more especially , is rquesied by Messrs
MACKENZIE & All h CHIN, to the excellent Refriger
ators and cheap iruit Jars witn wn:cn trey are i:ow
suoDlvincoor citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars art ad
mirably adapted tor putting up all kinds of Fruits
and Berries. Ihey are durable, simple and cceap,
and the demand for them is so great that already
nearly three hundred dozen have been sold.
THE BARinOLF SEWIXG
' f HE Bartholf Machine has a Itxger arm that, any
X other $60 Machine.
No. -25, College fctreet, opposite the Eewance
THE copartnership heretofore existing between
tbe undersigned, nnder the style of Fowler and
Kirknatrick, is this day dissolve! by mutual con
sent A.W. Fowler retiring. The business will in
future be conducted by S. Kirkpatrick, who alone is
authorized to settle the business ot the old firm.
A. W. tOWLER,
spr30 S. Kl&KPATRICK.
fTHE undersigned having retired from the firm ef
L Fowler A Kirkpatrick, baying Bold out ois en
tire interest therein to 8. Kirkpatrick, respoctfulij
tenders his thanks to inn customers ot tn Urm tor
their patronage, and sc Vc-U a continuation of said
patronage to ins succe -
aprSU-om ' A.ir.ivnu&.
LilND FOR SALE.
I AM n.w offering for sale, privately, a portion or
my land upon which I now live,boui live mile
iruiu tbe city , immediately fronting 11 ae'S W er
rr Pike, tue amouiii propoeea oo
f One Bundred and Twenty-fiTC Acres, -
Which is as fine and productive toll as there is in tho
county or ritate. Tne re u a beautiful building Site,
which commands tne view ot tne enure neiODor
buoa and Is weU set in - Blue Grass, with a bejiutiiu
growth of fine forest trees. Between fifty and aixty
acres it One clover land in growth; tne balance weil
timbered, for al useful purposes. There is also a
never tailing spring upon the tract, wnicn anorcs
a sufficiency of water for all purposes.
! - Those wtsbing to parcdase a splendid tract of land
in a fine neignbornood, ana wan an otner advanta
ges , would do well to call and see for thecselves, a
I ana desirons.of selling. - ' - -' '
For te.ma, Ac, apply to GLASCOCK NEWSOil,
or to the unuer8igutd on the premises. -
ravis-triwlm , - N. B. HIDE. .
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
. Broadway. K ew York..
TT7HEN completed six years ago tbe St. Nicholat
V V was universally pronounced the most magnifi
cent, convenient aod thoroughly o.gaaized esutb.
lisbmentof tbf kind on this continent. What it was
tben it remain to-day without a riv.l in size, in
sumptuousuess, and in tbe general elements of com
fort and enjoyment. Tbe Hotel has accommodations
lor 1000 "guesisy Including 1C0 Complete suites ol
apartments for families. MX nimored persons can
be comfortably seateo at tne taoies or its tbree pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that modern art haa
devised tor the convenience and social gratification
of the traveling public bas been omitted in iu plan,
or is neglected iu its practical details. Ihe early rep
utation of the house at borne and abroad, derived
from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and iu
Dome-iiiiecomiorv ana luxuries, naa been eaaaneec
every year by the unwearied exertions ot the prop?!
tofs - - - TREAD WELL, WHFICOKB k CO
may21-5m " ;
II. T. FL.E31.flG,
. , , 62 Umen Street, TS ASHV1LLI,
t ' (BetweenCberry and SummerStreeU.)
jayOrdersf rom the country promptly attended
May -jn ii
trSANk 1KUE;3 llbNTHEY, for June; ' ?
-s KXlCKERBOCKEa MAGAZINE, for June; '"-in ,.
TCLECTlC MAGAZINE, for June-, - - - -
Jost received by ' . . . F. HAGAX, . " ;
' iaay-4f r! - College street.
The Countess and Ujb Page, by G. W. M. ReynoIO.
ant i r of lty. wis nT London, Ac., 4c
JastreceiTilty it . - V"Z 6 Co;
it : -
Rich French China Dinaer Setts Ur
assortment of new styles, some very fint.
At HICKS' China HalL
Rich FrenchChiai" Tea' Setts,7 of almost
every style and size.'
X-a ft HICKS', China Hsfl.
Rich French China Chamber and Toilet
U At HICKS' Oiina Hali.
Rich French China Desert Setts,
. .. f ; At HICKS' Chma HaiL
Rich French China Tete a Tete Setts,'. 1
; ". ; , " At HICKS' China Hall.
'EicH French China Bureau Setts,w rT"
" ' -' At HICKS' China' Hall.
Rich French China Mantle Setts,
" ' At . HICKS' China rSdL
Rich Crystal Cut Setts,T- .
, At HICKS'. China HaS.
Rich Water Setts, French and l&heinian,
? - At HICKS' China Hall.
The Best Silver Plated Setts, 6 peices, -"
" At HICKS' China HalL
Best Britamon Setts, 6 peices, - -) . i
At HICKS' China Halt ."
Best Silver Plated and Rich Japan Tea
Trays in Setts, . .
At BICKS' China HaU.
Rich Bohemian Gs, iu Kfet variety, style
and color, . . . ? - .-.
- - At HICKS' China HalL
Bronze Figures, wm- lull life size,
At HICKS' China HalL
Pania and.BU-quiis Figures, a handeoma
variety, - -
- At HICKS' Chin HalL
Icebargs, Ice Water Pitcher, Water Cool
ers, snower cams, sponge cuns. riunge
Baths, City Baths, Va-xt-s muA If otle Orna
ments, in great variety and jle.
At HICKS' China HalL
Coal Oil Lamps, a large assortineni ot the
best and largest, finest and cheapest.
At HICKS'Chin HalL
The best and finest Table Cuttlery and Si'
ver Plated Ware generally, and ia large
ncty, ... i - -
At illUio' tarns, nau.
Common and fine Queensware, Gloss ai J
China, at wholesale and retail, sheap.
At HICKS' Chlua Hall.
House Furnishing Articles. In this fi -
A. n. Hicks & Co. keep almost everything.
At HICKS' China HalL
Old Stand, 46 New House; Center Block of
New Building, North side PnblK:- Squ"e
A. II. HICKS & CO.
rHTS establishment will be open f tberecrpiia
of visitors on Tuesd iy the 1'th
tf Board SI Ier oay, per week. -' .r...
WM. T. YrAlMAN, le,,-.--junell-2m
E. J. KKUUr-K, i'Z'lz'
For . Plain Mcckis; and Fancy Knitting,
: ALSO " .. ; .. 1
Machines for Knitting, Drawers, Shirts, kt
.' ilOF ALL SIZES,
Bib Machines of 1 & 1, 2 ft 1, 2 ft 2 and S 2 Sib,
os rasd aan kask to obpek.
THESE Machines ure the plain English Spring
Needle, on a new principle, and are the cheap
est and most rapid machines ror knitting in nse. .
Tho Gofiee Patent Family Knitting Machines for
Family aud PlarHaHcm use, is a new and successful
feature in tbe useful inventions of the age, and rank
witn the Sewing Machine. ..
. AGKSCT AS SALXS tOOX,
- HQ.Sn BE 0 AD WAY, NEW T0BX, '
junell-3m HENRY C. LEE, AgenU
Ladies' Fine Snoes and Gaiter
JOHN KAMAGE, 42 College Btreet,i
Is in Receipt of .
LADIES Vronch Lasting Congress aod Lace Gaitc j
'Francis Tho First" Gaiters,
.. . Kid and French Lasting Heel Slippers,
Glove Calf Congress Gaiters, with aad
. without Hoe's,
" " French and English Glove Kid dippers,
" Curoso Kid Pump cnle Boots, Ac,
With a great variety of sty lea for Misses and Chil
dren. A beautiful assortment of lofant ghoes.
may 12 . - - . JOHN KAJLAGK.
Harper's New Montlily ITiagazlnA for
J Due, commencement of a new volume, just re
ceived by . JOHN TORK & CO.,
may22-tf. 5S Union Street.
Frank Leslie's Gazette of Fash
iou for June.
- Just received by JoHX TORK k CO., -
may-tf ' -' '. SS Union street.
J. N. & H. PEREYt
tVIIOLKSALfc; G HOC E RS
Commission, - Receiving - aod ForwardinS
AT DEALEit8 IN . r
Pare tVines ircd Crasdlr-.
Alsa-Domeitie Liiiuors, robaccj, fiprs, tt
' Mo. S3 Market street, Goruou's skidt,
HAVING associated ourselves together f-r the
the purpose ot transacting a tt nerai Grocery,
Commission and Receiving and Forwarding Busi .ea
we feel awed, from a long experience n lb.s buat
ness, that we can give sauataction to all who may la
vor us with their patronage. It ia our tweutiou t
keep c instantly lu store a well assorted ktocic of Gre
ce'ies, Wines and Liquors, aad our ueteraruatic tw
sell them as cheap as they ea be bought aJe-owh.-re.
; , . . ? J. N. ti. arXfcUiy.
We are now receiving a large and complete assort
ment oi Groceries, Wines, Liquors, Cig'vrs aad la
bacco.to which we invite yunr aUeUou. Oar stuck
conaiatsia part T the following articles: ;
Sxifwir staid Cofie. ; ? .
50 hhds. Sugar; . 10 boxes Boston Loaf;
IN bbls pow. k srnsb do; 60 bbls M it meat;
60 do Collee Sugar, 16e bags tfaifasaure CoOtaC
. iI'Ibm and l.laannL. -4-a
S00 bbls rectified whky; SO do AewsMsa'f de;
bO do Bobtaavnee. do; lo p.ga tsraad) ,w me A
u - Snndriea, .
600 boxes Star Cacdlas; 200 pkgs PaBcnS; -
600 kegs Nailsj loo box nckiea Cat-,
100 boxes Cheese; oo a wjntsnj;
600 gross Matches; . loo boxes Tacks;
100 do Mason 's Blacking; WW reams Mr'ra Par
60 boxes Garrett 'ssnud; 100 do Lett.- Paper;
60 reels Cvtton Kope ; 100 bags fchwt;
1W dox Painted Backet; 20 kegs Mar Led-
60 eesta do luos; . too aita Macaerel maft
60 doa w"asn Boarca; 60 bas Pepper at tiptoe
60 coils grass &jute Rope 100 boxes uruund Guaaer
SOO botes b lass ware; aad Pepper.
600 drums Smyrna Figs; . " -
Cixnjrs and Tobaece.) awaai
60,000 Henry Clay Cgars; -
6u,00 Nap -loon do; - -. ". - .
2,50O La Competition Cigars, imported;" x
1600 Germaa Cigars, various brands;
100 irOi Smofciag Tobacco;
60 Boxes Langnoru Arnustead Tobc e;
o - J. .A. Clay - -r1
26 de E. O. White ;
60 do . Tennessee Tobacco, vaiioaa BrTds;1
And rosny other arUclea too aomerons to re en unci
- , . J. N. H. fiPEABY, .
19-tf . . 63 Market St.. Nashville, leaa
erf Y KE33" Vaite Lead roTaale by
OU " : BENJ T. SbQXDS CO-,
Noa. 26 aad 37 College I
r a w yv f T " r "V - -
VVAlA ,mJJi -Vs.
BARRELS Very Cast Coal ttl jeat reeetv
and for salo at 11 c'- per galkw -v er
rel, bv jtAlNa, JfWJ w.
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