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BII'S SILVER B&HD! ONLY PERJIAS E VTLY UBGAN1ZET BAND CITY, will attend to all calls for music both &ad abr"., giving entire satisfaction or no Fit Band is ompueed of tfteen P erf or me rs. mpi?le of new silver instrument. Jks fur moaic, for faieral?, p-c-nic, Sere na jubilees, will be attended lo promptly. IV. L- HOK.li, M tnaper and Cond a.:tor, la Soaib College Sireet. V-i"i piUrity of Ue MEXICAN MUSTANG UM sttiexicnuve with the civilization of the Oilier articles claim to aiaVeia. pam and this ew-. Family 1'bysieUn, Govra sp.lals, Farriers, Flan lers, Farmers, Livcry ..have particaUrly demonstrated tuts fact, onl the world- So article ever bef.,re re jch aj livfi-id praiac and aupperlfrooi MU- ScieuUtlc men. illlKi:3IATIS31 ,u.,i,.,. been totally cored. Piles, Tam-m, Kooning-,re.,SrofuIa.St;ff Joints, ,,!mfl. IPiru. tit--, B"i", Je Salt liaeu a., and ail L-J and Dams ooc .lkiDdrdcini''a"'t "F"" HOMES, CATTLE, Ac. v.b;un.r;ill. P'.ll-Evi., , .Uoor-uil, mc , aio auo-la. d aad cureu by 3Instaiis Liniment. LTJABLE HOUSE SAVED. Uica.Hyde lark, Vt., writ-: -That the a emiaidered wortnless," (&- CJe , " b-it .nco lL fre i. of tie Mustang i,I b.ve aoid Uim fr one tl.Vcl. Your lou bca dotag wontera up hire." 4 in siom araeiT, Pmuinn.i'Hia , Pa. jn Itfiauj tue kellk: from the ore it w:uaueat.le,u:ted Trr,Jim scalol my rry severely .alnoMt to a crisp It was i lit. The Murtaux Linun-riit app! irn-.l t- cx it ..-.:... raoi-ilv. w:'.l..-nt oniii. j.iicr of account- Truly vo ir Afklrf.7 1 .. ,srUl( i this n Vtl Ihec-n-Uaot and D itu- wr--rcer tuisi.-uric is jD, o-,. is i.i i.i..-iij.r to planters and ra.,rii: and Mr- J"" Ia.ii, j.u-r , AJt-.soi-i .live lor m".j a a o;n ui:-r iur hy li.u ljfmi-nt. i,r? f.,f the M'l.'Ukij Ijaipiciil iUJ t.e u T all dai?rt thrinzU-nt K-rtb md Sutb ., tcri,tt'l l-ir I . ! ll:e x:-u ,l"r ,'icii.U,ai. i i x r h iUic. B.l.N t i'ArlK , New Tora -millt ilth and Happiness Secured. ioschntkatkh cuke LuNCLNTUATKI CL'ItE A roWKKI l.L. KKMKOY VEAK.Nr:3 KJlt KA'tLY INDf.-CRCTION FOU EAKLV KVUliUiiKTiON T! TKY IT1 T! TiiY IT! i'w MKS win iri S'lTrmz frnra tf.eeflecls -i.it iliii l:-iT.-t.-n c i. Uc jurwiy ad (itrui vtt.irt-.' by utniKtiio ,tticeiitiatei Cure uK U A V I T A E, ifleilyoftrtataaJ I'trlaiu Power. :ndvibput upius'uall Fials,and -an be !ii.:t- any address. A irul iil .iii.ify. a wo-', and y will esptirionce a gr-ut A nrvji ir ci.nt nuiu f'll I P irtn-olars ,enl pl iii-m. Price, r buttle 1. it!.- j. ill. art a in Mll'l -Tbi.-remedy issuilablefor eilbersex. hi. fit ;;KK, Uodical gnt, .11 47 Br..alway NrwVura. Jl. kl iJS IMS V i; S A 11 Y t PK1VATI2 D1SKASKS. K.KIN'i;,frracrlj f V'w Vnrk.for fat he la-tfuary-iirti f l'iivillr,Ki-n-.i wli hHilFV.t bn it-nti'n to lli.-treit- privaie is.a-rrt Ic-r v r rnri. Hitters bavini! :iltt-0'l-1 to a r u t -e for so many i. -1 r .1 m. in .cy ilinusau in , lie iseuabled li t.Ka'vi ni a riv te nature, no mj.tu.-r l:i y :my h-- lriu n.l-jdiclo is ui!di al treat - r-.rn n.tlect of th-'r own. lr. Kind's ry is So. 2j-j.id-ri.-k strwl, between Ciicr- j r.r, s -C''ad wry , m bers he cures all f a jiiiv.it" nal'ire. tiia cui-ei with-nit naureous mdiciucs or ti- e w:t.i l"iin 5J. km .d ol I or rei.t ilile, erT.v-ta illy r.nrd v days, by au t. erali-u which ia"s no h rt-a tri' ture exi Is lie.i!;ri aaii'.l b IVrbaps no ilii -a-e cause m-re uiincliief r.:ii;)i-ft thv -nrttitul'u so lu'ii'ti. a .la all the oi-ie.u-esi.f luo oliin.irrowiiig !,il.,r bid tre itincut, caa bjc.ioi.Hi.li a :e .lin. . V PirliruUr atleuil n hxviiiK n ! tli s siacaie.aud alllbecone'ia-nces out of it, br.ii,'l.i n m my a-: y the vehib:la"f mcn-i-ti-ra. V-'UlU'i lud t x-!-lii il'-:ic- '4 th-5 I'lSl'iu-l, a ueU-cl l w hicb nun ' h" Co .HtliUII , f-'I'l'TI hk tun jb f t baaiues or society, au 1 caumg I'rrU.a iie. a w-io may b lihorinj w ,t!i any difltcultjr .iUib miy resit i-K Tnl of ml nt-.lii'e relicl. a r-i -till? abroad, by m 1 111..4 au-l alatiug , wit'i a 'r? ea.'l .!, dire.:t ! to It A. . il i-a : r. k tr.-e:, tvtilu. run., will ni- .jt.-ary me l.diirs ..! to lae.r d.tr.wf rjy ill n t.o.is. ruict recy ulis- rvi-d. ira Irotn o'clo a. ii. the ui irniu uuiil n lu u. oui'iuila ly ne New York kxarumer, Augut 'i. 153. Mi's PkiJ-aaUi Oils is dr nv for retiairlcg ib all cases wbere cabinei -makers' giue is . u excellent for mending books, relaslenu.g ni' l I'HTct anil cover q nek ly and flrm y up in a bottle or g'anj .l ie p I witb a brush, b-c m uiia3e usable to the boo shier. Namivulv, iH-iolier nth. 1?;9. i.rUK A Klll.: I bave been ofilo-l'-d uMI"riuvf mtrl ri! ai l a very bad 1 bave been tr'-ate i hy various Pliyni ho inn."int ea my we imurabie rindiig , I wax eru.i.led lo try joiio Air.br'aUil, uutC one bit I was ah:e to :o ab.ul my atiou. ITirei; bottles haverured me wb.-le d,and I wish to liuifl tbii piinlir that otti ors of tins ili.-ar, the worst in the wuild, it aud lie (iiiViiii.1, wa 1 bave becu, that is not to be found. -lw C. C. MCKEXS. nl 1 lurli. !M.tTKKUU"'l .U a l'r;r.M"!rstMt.tKt.oltUiSUis compiaint ux i-" i: i i) t ' s inchial Cigarettes, C. B. SEYMOl'R k ft.,107 NA.-SAl' ST-.X Prh e SI per box ; sent free by po.t. For saLOv AT ALA. lKLiulalS. i.aly r pretty and cheap I'ry (iooda call on i Jk llunipltrey at So. 2.1 outb sido ol ttio Ttiey ate reci mi; d-iily a Hue lUn-k of btb d M.iple 'i'iimU wUrh lliey are M'll:tig lit r lli.iu any otitcr h ae in tho nty. il A Card. V.xlattire of tho ?l'lo of Gi-org a havug e following Act, at lU gi-rion of IkSS, o be tiriwuig if lotteries within il Jur' hc r Hi" lot diy of June, IS'K), we will u lliat ovo our eulire bua.ne lo Witiniutiton, liel. Wll, tIY ll , Wilmuiiil io. leliaare. lid Vanarer of the KUware, aiiuuurl au4 Itl tUle lotteries. AX Acr, all laws, and -arte of Uws,aalhr'aing lad a the Mate of Uoorgt and for ulhrr pur 1. Ikt Gtnerat AutmtlJfnf ;tr,ji& da ritoat, I aud aft-r the ftr,l day of Juno, t igiileca aud St-J ,all lawsan'J parta M law author -terie. lu the Mala m t'er j.ia, or Ui. vend, tu-ry Tb kets lu aatd Jitule, be and Uie nam by rejiealol. ed by tue Governor. r 1 1 , IbiS. ftuv.y-ir IANOS weired a large sapr'T fT - ML1L, among wharh ar. J"j "..una by Fob y liail, J. K 1 C. Fo.wr. and other oelo- -it-rs. Petafrora Asher, lbaibcrg.w.l Waltac and ullian. Urge asaofUneatof wUinway k ," IUST CLASS IIAtOS, id bo sold at saiail ad rase a on cua. For com to 33 Union Street. . X-aw JaI.A. ntCLt'BX. fUisM BCTrKR, just rco:ve4 and fur aak IUJ.J. F. blUUAJQ , -It Catra! Koaui .CoUca M- NASHVILLE: MONDAY MOUSING, MAY 23, 18C0. HOCK CITY MILLS. RETAIL. PRICES. "Bell" Floor in agl (4 25, in hair bags S2 05 Old Hickory do. " 7o; J 80 Eayle do. S2o; " ISO Mixed Bran ,perl00!bs. ...ne dollar . Corn Heal, perbnUel .$1 01. IeliTered to ill parta of the city. eep21-ly. 5I0TE.UE.TS OF THE RAILROADS. Departure of Paaienetr Train. NaHritis:CnaITAor.A 4 A.M..3P- M. Tusncufcluuxji- 4:45 A.M..2S.55 P.M. LocisvinsfcXaaBviLix 5:00 A.M. .4:40 P. M j.'i.iiiExprei5:00 P.M. KnocniLD EcvrccsT-6:30 A.M., 2:15 i'.M jlrrlwal of Peoer Trains. NaHTiii.a:CBirrasaTi 5 P. M.,8 A.M. T -- at Aiasana J;:00 A.W..4:OOP.M. IvormviLre at ' vili i 3 :20 A. il , UiUU P.M. " Uallauu K xpre- y:0J A.M EncariKi-D KxsTrcsT 10 A.M., 7 P. il. Son.-" to CavotDiTCf 'A will nntiparrt herea- f r any perxoi's name as a ranndate for .-flice in the PaTKHT, unless paid for in advance. marl3-tf It atlfiraf Ion Jlcetlus on Sal ui day. No Presidential ticket that baa been pre sent -d to the ptopU of the TJniicd ijUtea wilhin t!ie last q jarterofa century ever met wiili mere uuallojred couSueoce aud appro bation among the cun.vTratiTc mnioja tiiruuLoul the cojnirjr than Las that sab luilted to ti'icm Lj the National Union Cou- Teutiuo at Baltimore. L'pon that ticket are mi-u w!ioie private aud pliiic-il characters are at uusullied as tbnt Washington men w'.to are univerrttllj r Cognized as etaoding pn e;r.ia nt among tbe all.8t ftatemen iu the land, and vruoie LiUcst aim if. ac-i baa rtvr U:-n, ibe glury and tbe prosperity of liitir wh'Je couairy. No wonder tben tbat ih-s ni.m-8 of BcLL. and tvtitKTT iD.spire Hie iii-t unbounded confidence iu tbe breaet of evtry tLiakiug, coQerTative cilizea of the UrAon. Th-: ruevtiag of Ibe Union party of David son county on Saturday lat lo ratify the n-.niin.itioa of liti.l. and EvtntTT was more l.trgely utteQ'l. d lliaa was expecK-d, no effort haviug Ixi-a ma !e to bring out tbe people. At 2 o'clock in the afieruuon a ve:y large cr'iwi! a.-isernbled in Iroat of the Comt lluuc, every arail.ible f tantliug place williia hearing of the fiand le;ug occupied, when t!i: meeting Mas called to order aud the lion. Jamkh H'liiriviit m wai made Chairman. On assuming the Ch.tir, Jail je WurrwoiiTii made a neat litll- speech exjihtuatorjr of the meet ing, alluding briefly lo the exigencies of the tiui'-s which hrfve forced Tue cotHervative ma-cs ol the p-.'ople to unUe for the preser vatinii ot t!ie coaulry, and to throw ; ai le all the trumpery plaif nns of the day, a id adopt as tli'ir p'jlitic.tl confesMon of faith "The Comtituin, t!ie Union, and the E i forcement of the Laws.'' and to place their banner b- aring this glorious iiircriplion iu the hands ol Joh.v Bkix and Eiiwaru Ev-Eiti-.rr. Upon the conclusion of Judge Whit" wokth'b addreiw. E. H. East, E-q., off-red thr- fidlowiiig n-.-od'H ions, winch were adopted: With a drop and nhiding int ret in the faf.-fy and welfare of the li. public, and in view ol t:i- danger lo w inpendin over Ihe Union, we have heard, with heart-fell appro val mid gratiti- ation ol Ihe result of the ac tion ol the lale Convention ot the oecple. held at Baltimore: iVjik'fv, Tiinl the Plat form there adopted. "Tlie Constitution, the Union, and the Eu foi cement of t!ie Lawn," is indicative ! a new era in poliiie.", aa era of earnest devo tion and loyalty to Ihe true inti Ti-sds of the Re public, as declared unc manite.-tcd in the only exponents that cau bo authoritative iu the L nion. A'frr, That it fs alone in the hi-tory and characler of man. as fxhlldU-d in public and private III.-, lhat any hafe reliance can ic pi iced lor an h nie.-t, capable and faithful dunuistrati'in of the must important con cerns of the nation. HrfJcfd. Tliat in John Hell, of Tennessee, and Edward Everett, of M:isacltlsetls, mt-ii have lieeii found, whoi whole history, pub lic and private, t-hows th -m to be honest, faithful, and capable of 1 ti ge view, of com prehensive mind-", men rising aliove all mean motives aud fv. clional cmbari a-in- uts, worthy sons, not aloui; or their renpeclive Stall' and g"ographical a ctions, but tons of th. Union a:.d the nation. RrAtl, That as cilizens of the United States, I. x king with coiuprcLensi ve views lo all its interest", we will in.-crib- upon our banner, these iiaturf and ih.s motto, and with iiull igi'iug ."al and and p- r.-istcnt ef fort, we will maintain the conflict against all who may be eo unwise, or t-o ill udvi.-ed as lo oppo.-e it. IUkhckI. Ttiat we appeal lo all good citi zens of this gral naliou every w here to come up to thi aid ol their cfimtry. laying aside nil secti'llll views and party names and party f elings. and uniting in the common Utud of traleiuity and e J'lalily to carry out the great pirp ises for wiiich. und lor w hich aluue, our Uuiou was established. After the reading and adoption f the resolutions, elo-i lent and stirring peeches were made by Uor. Ntn.i, S. Duowx, the IIoo. Eiiv II. Ewixo, Etc tcx M. Temple. Kj-q.tif Sumner, and William Ewinu. E.-ij., of Williamson. Tbey dtpicted in glowiog term tbe dangers to tbe perpetuity of the Union, which bare been brought about by the atctioual parties ol tbe North and the South, paid beautiful and eloquent tributes of praise lo tbe patriotism, the talesmnnsbtp and lofty private aud public characters of John Iiei.i. aud Eowaro Evkkktt, und pblg'-d themselves to sustain the ticket with their best energies upou the 'tented field'? throughout the ennvars, and to fight to the lait for that Palladium of our liberties 'Tli Constitution, the Uiiioa, aud the Eu jorceiiu nt of tbe I.aus.' J. " We w ere much gi t titled in Saturday last, the day of our fatiacalion meeting of Ihe nomination f 1'm.i. and Evkk.tt, to meit with our repectid fellow-citizen. Col. S. P. AMtNT, wLo bad just returned from () io, in wl.icb Slate be had been m jourubg with bis family for some weeks. lie returns in tine health, and delihttd Willi Ohio, hav ing received f i otn her citizens none but the WHrtncst and tnest gem r jus hospitality. His numerous fi tends were proud to welceine him home, and winbul bitu conttuued huppi nefs atid 'rosp(-rily. We found our obi fiii inl zi ulcus in the i'ime of JiK.l.t, and hopeful of bin i-uccers; and w trust that he may II i time during the sttinmer to strike some good blow for thu cause of tbe Coii.titulioit aud the Union. Tiik Cii ph kb OHsrkVKK. Ibirins a re cent vl-il lo r.altituore. we bail th-' rare pleas ure of meeling our ftietid A. J. Stojick, E-q , th able tdiior of the Cu'fir (Va.) VUcnxr whom, though we have known him for sev. eral year, we bad never seen befors. Mr. Stokku is one of the very best editor iu Vir ginia, and publishe the neat, st aud moo Utelully printed paper in Ihe Union, every tiumhcr iM-iug a j iifi-ct model of tjj.ogra phy. Though not a reguUr ptaclical priuter,"' having picktd up bis Iborotigh knowledgo of all Ibe niceties of the art. since be became au editor, bis tote and tkill in tbat Hue are uiHtiaall. d. AuJ U tur still, he is a genial, whole souled genllrtnnn a true "old Virtini gentleman"---w ith a heart a largs as tie tuouutala in sight of which be da el!. Long tnsy he coutiuu to prosper sad grow rich, tor he U prospering, his paper having j jst as large a citcuUUoo as it knows a bat to do with. jTCrWe are again under obligation to IlouurxtiL, of Th Adam rlxpre, for filcaoi Lou iti lie and New York papers iu ad vanca of lb maiL We ar aUo indebted to J. J. Siixiva for the Cloclonati Coara i aud Louis? illJ h'im3 lSiliim lu advance cf tbe BaiL fir The lio4 of Cotincilaea a ad Al dsrmeB at this tiioruis at 9 wclock. Epriko Races Opexdto - Dat The La dies to be TiifiRE. The Spiin; Races over tbe Nashville Coarse are at band. They commence to-morrow, with a flattering pros pect for tbe finest of sport A number of the most celebrated hordes of this and adjoining States are on the ground, with a Dumber of untried colts of the beet blood and mettle. about whose ability to "get over tbe ground there can be no doubt. Tbe following is tbe programme of the week : Tuesday Sweepstakes for untried three year o.d ColU: one mile beat, closed with ten entries. Wednesday. Jockey Club. Tarse $300, Two mile beats. THrnsDAr Sweepstakes for three year olds. SI lie heats, closed with seven entries. Fbidat. Proprietors Purse 200. Mile beats. JiATt7RDAT Jockey Club Purse $400. Mile beats. Same Dat. Sweepstakes for three year olds. Single dash ol two miles, closed wita ten entri'-a. Not tbe leant attractive feature of thi.-, tbe first meetiDg under tbe uew administration w ill be the presence af a large number of Ladies, for wbcm a new stand baa been erect- : t-d. In alluding to this fact tbe ga.lant local i of one of the daily papers says : M We trust ' tbat every lover of the turf, every lover in general, and every gentleman who desires to replace this sport in its old and honored po sition, will take his wife or Bister, daughter or sweetheart on bis arm this day. and escort them to the Course. Wc want to see the La Sdies' Stand full every day till tbe races close. There are other things to attract them and give pleasure besides tbe noble steeds and tbe excitement of the contest. Ladies, as a general thing, are great admirers of fine blooded horses, and we have yet to meet one of tbe sex, who was not a first rate judge of the animal's fine points and good qualities, One of tbe chief objects of the turf, aud one of the principle reasons why the fporia of the turf are legalized in our own State, is to pro mote tbe development of native stock and to encourage the efforts and stimulate tbe ener gies of our siock raisers in tbe production of blooded horses." j?5fy" Th'i foundation masonry for the hotel building on the corner of Church aud Cherry streets, is progressing with commendable speed, aud will be finished, we are told, by the lit of July. Iu the tneantiim, the brick laying will be commenced on tbat pari of the foundation now ready. It is the intentiou of the builder to have his house under roof by the winter; and lo tbat end, the architect is in the East procur ing macinery for making and pressing brick, and for hoisting the materials of the build ing. A large body of laborer and mechan ic will be put upon tbe work, and it will be urged to a speedy completion. We are glad to chronicle tbe fact, that our town is to hav a liot'.l suited to the demand s of the times, if one can judge from the plans of the structure. Mr. Rook its, the architect has combined all the d -Mrable fea tures of the first hotels iu Ihe country. Ilia long experience in the hotel branch of archi tecture, as applied iu America, eminently fits him for this job. Onr towu b"ing so far behind others in hotel building und accom modations, sadly needs one of Ins. qualilica lions to set a worthy example iu hotel archi tecture. If this bousi; be carried up as designed, and the enterprise and ability of its worthy projector a-Kure us it will, the citizen of Nashville will have jutt cause of pride in it. We hope and believe lhat its erection will prove the necessity for other such buildings, larg-r, more commodious and more magnifi cent. For this developing enterprise our city owes Mr. Joiix OvuitTox h'T gratitude. We hope the debt may be increased and ex tended in like manner to others of our pub lic hpirited cit Z 'iis. We know, now that the ice is broken iu this matter, an honorable and praisewortny em ukuiou will grow up among our capitalists for fine hotels. Impkov km e nts at th k RaceTr."ic We are glad to notice the marked improvement Gen. Cheatham has made, mid is still making, at the Race Course. The track has been great ly improved, and will now compare favora bly w ith any oilier in the country. Some of th old buildings have been torn away, and things have been turned alxiut generally. The most importaut improvement yet made is a t-tand for the spectators, one hundred aud lilty feci i it length, and divided by railings into three coinpaituieul the first, lhat tr.-xt Ihe judge's stand, for the ladies; the second for member of the Jockey Club, and the thiid fr strangers with badges. From this -tand, the whole course is visible, except a small space w hich is shut out from the view by some intervening trees. Iy the time the Fall iMecting comes off a new judge's stand, a reporter's stand, and one or two others for spectators w ill have been erected. Tbe caer geiic aud enterprising proprietor is determin ed that his coin se shall Lave tveiy conveni ence ami all the modern iuipiovcments," and that deter Jiination will be carried out wiibia the present year. II? bad an im mense deal of work lo do to accomplish what has ulreudy been doue, having lo tear away everjliiiug and begin at the foundation. Gen. Chkatuam deserves much credit for the cir.irS' he is puttiug forth lo bring tbe Nashville Course up to the highest standard, a 'id every lover of Ihe turf iu lavid-ou county should come forw ard and second those t-ffoi'U. We are glad to know that many of tin in have already done this, aud that it will be donw by tnotiy others. T.-& Let every person who wants to buy Furniture, attend the auction si.le by lliunr HiioTiir.ks, al the St. Cloud Hotel this morn ing al 10 o'clock, as the sale is positive. fffWc cannot f el to clow this article without recommending to public considera tion, the polite mid Kcnlleuimily conduct of Mr. Jttcob Taylor, conductor on the Shclby ville and Wartrace Hue, and Mr. William Pulton, conductor on the Nahvilb; aud Chattanooga. Kdl road, under v.hoe care wo were placed both in going to mi l reluraiu troni Chattanooga. We most sincerely be. liere that such a selection ii haul t beat, and trut that the managers of there road, may find il lo tbi-ir interest to oiler such in ducements a will continue th.s-e g -m b men in Iheir prcacul pumUoua. ulStvuU lkrud if WA. We bave not the plea-tire of a personal acquaintance with Mr. Taylor, of the Siielby vu.can l Wartrace hue, but w lib the endorse ment oi th JbrtiUi, feel assured "he's all right.' Mr. Ptt n we know j tsi as w-y as falling off the log.' He is a clever geniK uiau, nn eflkicol oitiotr. und richly en ullid to the high esteem iu whicit bo is held by tho pattousof h Na-bvilie aud CuallA- UOVta KalllowJ. I kill if (ittscttt. "The SabscriU-r' cherfully endorse what the JLill and GittCt say of Mr. Pat to. He U vu of the best CouJsctor iu lh Union, and is a favorite with all who iravtl over the NAshvule and CUailauooja Railroad. Tt LiNTAN Pax uk a i. Dr. Cabbitt's Panorama of liuuyan's Pilgrim' Progrr is io be removed io Odd Fellows 1111, wbera it will be exhibited to-night. Also this af Uruooa for tbe beuetil ol f atnilies ad school children, commencing al 3i o'clock. SlBKMPM Tt lIoJ. JoM liwtX. At tb City lloul last ui't, the lion, Joux Can. was twice aeieuaded oacu at 9 o'clock by UoaVa Jsilvtr Baud. atUTw ard al Uti o'clock by tbe Rock City Guard Silver Band. Liming tbe peifof aiAucs by the Laud, the Publie Saars u I perfect blaze of fke-worka rockets, Romaa caadlea and Ben gal lights aLLrxiaj la every direction. The Square was crowded with peopU. ianAr yULijf. i Money Hard to Collect. ' By reason of which we are offering our large stock of CLOTHING AND FURNISH ING GOODS, very cheap for Cash, or to prompt paying customers on time. WARD, BIRMINGHAM & CO. may 2G-2m FRANCISCO, -Modeler of Fashions. AND DEALER IN HITS, CAFS AND LADIES' FURS IV. 23 Public Square, NASH VI rLLiK, TEaXtVKSSEE. The Ventilator Hat. mmm M - it NEW Plvteorsoft Hat Inst introdnced. rot on aft very light for tac hot weatbe., ai las Fasuiona 1 blu Hat Kroporiuui of FR.vcisrvs, No. 2a. Public Square. may 9-1 f Slrav tiooils. COVStTIVG of nil the latest styles Pir Men and BojB.to which we iuvitrf the ;itteftion of all. FHAN'CIsCU, aprT-tf No. 2d I'ub.ic Square. (hapeau Guarabaldi. AKF.W siylo of Fort Hit, of entirely ne desiga, just ro. eivtd by express. A. J. FKASCIStO, mny9 No. 23 Public square, N.istiville, Ti-nn The CUiucsc llat. ANKW tyle, direct importation from Canton, tot iij expre.--5lv for the but. w.-athee, at t.. i'uh iouable lUt Kmrium of FKAN' I-CO't,' uiay!5-tf No. 23 1'ublio t'quare. (hilJren's Fancy Goods CON'.tSTlXG of all the Inr-st style for Boys. C'Lillrcn, lniant.s and I Itle Mioses, to w Inch tbe atteutiua of toe lauics is particularly requested. A.J. KKANClSCiJ, Hatter. ioJ F-irrier, No. 23 Public oqn.ire. Nashville ni iy9-f A 0 11 1 la A V A( i:, DEALER IX SHOES, is in receipt of B ys'Calf eaed Oxtur.is; Boyg' Call peyiied do; " Patent laathcr Press Saoes; " ' Cunrets ti ..tcrs; " Calf Congi ss Gaiter i 4 lassin C..iirr..-a- Ga.t.-rs; " t all I'uinp So.e G.i:U;j s; " C . If I le sli ,es. Jtu., ti; ; " Toilet sl,p,eii:; AlO, Yo.ita's U o:s,sioe3 aud Ga ters of every dOoCi ipliou ,and at luW p. !ci. JOHV R t MAGE, luai2G-tf 42 College- street. Iuliee. rPIIE Ai n ih! Etaimnati hi or the I'ublic Fchools of A ti.iseiiy wnl bi held duruif; next week. The public are invited io vieit any aud all ol lild .ScIhhjIs wiliiout lurti.er uotiuc. M. H. HoWARn, may20-3t Eec'ty Board ol Eiiu :alion. UYli:i. IIOTKIa, Old I'oint Comfoit, Virginia. fJ'HIS favorite Surniner resort, celebrated for its X line -ei li.itl.m, rel'cshi k i-ea breexes and abuud lu'O ol' 11 e U.-iu , o.-;iei s and cras, will tie roaity f"r Itie ree.i-ptioii of tiuests on tb.! fire. tit'Jiiiie w Ob lie recent iiu:'rive:i.eu:s, tiioronli ic-nuv ill -n and pii iliiii; 'tie ehtalii-biiiiiett witi present a'bliti. n il irdneemeuts t p.rs..ns .-'-rknin : ilehgliifi I Summer re-itleutc, uii J with the stru tet atienuoii to biisinesH and atteiitiv-i a-sistaiL-t, we bojio to merit a lull share i.f tho puliho palrouage. Ji,S SK'JAR, mayl5-t!'riwlm C. C. WILI.aKD. ciia.Mo.i-: of sen urn.1 1. I:. ,f? iTT!.a-Ty- V'tV1? miijrijii. Tcuui'.sstc & Alabanui Uailroad. T 1 M la T A li Io. K . Comnicnrlnz und:iy, A prfl 29, 1 8C0. (lOING SOUTH. !ave Nasbviltr 4:45 a ni. arrive ut t'tilnnbia a ni. Leu c Naabvitli l!.u." p ni, ut rive ut rt lutubju 5:i5 p ni GOING NORTH. Ioave t'ohiMil.ia 7 .'. 0 a in . arrM c at Nashville 10 am. la-ave Colututi a 1 :l i p to. ai r.vc ut N.i.-li ville 7 p ni. '1MIK M iriiint' Train pomi -outh conne' ts with X NI--injiii is and Cu.irii-i.n Katlroud ut lieeaiur. The F.n-niiiK i r i:n j,mi S. nth emiiii-c ts at Colum bia with Train l. Mount i'ie.i.-nit und l'u'a.-ki. Tlie Eveiiui' Tram goine North inak'-s l'e con nertion at Nashville with Louisville and Xa-lmitc Ri Iroud from and a iter l ! iv, M.iy Tth, to l."ins vilio aud all iitUru cues. Hut one train on bua day . W . UN . PK.t K I N.S , may 2 1m uporiut'-utlent. IIousc-Kerpers AKenlion rrillti a'leution of the readers of the Tairiot, tbe X Ladi.-a niore i-Sieciall , ii$ rt qui-sied bv Mi-hSrs MACK1.NZ1K MiM illV, to the cxeoiieiit'ltt-Iriger alorsand cheap rrtnl Jaie w th which they are now auppluiic our e.ilizeiiK. Tenuiel-' Kruii Jars are ad- nuf ibiy a l.ipte 1 lor pultili,' el. al kinds ofrruils and Iti rr es liter are Ujrabie, Miriph- ai.d heap, aud the il.-uia'.d for 'hem is so i e:.t that already uearly three h iiidn d d.izeu h tve bevii sold. ''V-'-lf A iilauificont Clianrc. IWII.I.S"lIiny la no in I rank I. ii c muty . Tenn.,oi Hock v'n-' k , i . iniie- M-.m i-.-.-i ol Tuliahoina con---ti.i of S,Mi..r men- Aeresol' l.ind. It can If dlVI.il'. I int.. two i!;ice:t- 1 1 li-ia o u 1 1 K'M'd Improve ineuls il.e li.-.-t of sprirj; w.iter;a .mmI tri-t an Saw 2i!ili.ai.'t M wilh.i I'uur nnica ol three ctlebi alo watering fia,:e. sor further iiiforni.-itiou apply to B. R. Wuiik.oi the plier, or Ao lie al Upvl. usaK, La. jau6-wtr II. K. WHITE. NO T 1 c i: . THF B-ia(1 tf iMm-tor of the N.hv:ll Commer cial Ins'lr '.tli:e duu.Htay La dei iareit a d el lend of Six IV.'Ur i uliare out of Id prodts fer the last six uionlui pivablc en aud af er It..' iM; ins. JAM Ei tVAIK ll. mayS-l.n iSecrclary. fanes ! fanes I Sl'PFHB lot of Canes, received and lor sate by X Jv. aptS-tf J. it. voaix Jasl Rftrivrtl liy )!. A. Parrish k Co. r,U IIA'IS C oihed Corn ani.lv Meal : oaJ 0.,i White Meal Corn. tpr!3-tf Silectei 1uih) i'oat. rT".IIE finest lot i el.-cted bump dial I to be X I'.nnd at t in- .Etna Yar t , w hero it m wld al the ow price c 1 2" e is per h.ns iel. brop your or.ler u Ilex N i. til 1'. fj. , and th.-v w ill be promptly ul-eii'U-dto. SAVCrl. J. AGNFW, feh Utf Yard In. k of S . ,M C K. K H-Ir.t WANT TO l.!.tr. 1"tiR th balance of t!.e year , a servant to do Ibe ' ciHiki i; in i waniiuii; (or a soiall family. Ap piy ai tins oifice. apr.'4-U. Full Dosom Mints. JCsT r.-riv. d an a. rtmei.l of FULL BOSCV rHIH Ir1, w itli and waiioul collar. Bosoms of l.inen C.mhi ir. ..ml Iti-h -p . aw n. A lso.a R'liall lul of Slurt.i, with On Kiuhronit red boiii. hy apri-ir J. II MtSlIt.U lUnckwo il'?i .lat;iiziit' ; Tlie Kiii(-kirloi'ktr M ig.izine, la for U.y.juit rrc. n e I by aprdo-tf Jo;tV VOIt-C Jt C'. Fresli i'tMfhes. ry,"t T07EN ausKrc.il I'eael.es, Just rec-ivrd and I tJ lor hoi b y apill-tf M7.H.I., II' h. I'VU k (II. LVOV'S IXSIHT ruWDCU! Fui;.t.r. oy aprtH-tf R A1MS, BROWS k Ct. COAL OIL! (0AL OIL! OH RARKU Vrry I!.fl -I nl jcrt reoelvad vU and for ! at Ji c i-r 5.11.11 b tne bar re!, hy ktNs, H.:uiV.V kiu api ba -If x o r 1 c 1. . l.t. atiid o-twini for tse RivT of the ''GAIETY iv. rti.Arii i, l bv addr--et t., t :l VS. F. crir, lot 4f . NaiiV;l'.Tea miriS-lf Harper ev lnlltljr .taeaxtn for Jill, toM.Uaa-af' tuclt d a V i'lu.r, J'ul r rvw4 lf JfHN Yol K IX-. saaylM-tf. ' Si Union Arret. Freh Ohij Corn Meal. JCST rrct ed and t-.r sale bv l.Ki. . rHUI. CO., aayI9 Cttatral Ho...., 11 l-oll. . sirvet. TUB CAKTIIOLF SBWIXG M ACHI alST li f I 'HK Sari.toif HdbB baa a taror atw taaaasy X ubr t WaoAew. N. 2A, loi ir rvvt ttipi.l4 tb rril Uoa. atoralt. nt tktCJS b.U Lead fo - v.ia fcr 0t tisj. r. s.!i.Tf ca, snayll a- 'mi a4 -. Cuiaa Si. The Bartholf 3c.!liig JJachiue T Uhtt 1--Sl add aac 4.K aba W-ia 3' J.IX . ji ii.CullK aire.ffilv Euim Be 5? Ctifjrapl), From Wstablnston. WAFBTNOTOjr, May . 25. Senate Tram bull's amendment to Davis's resolution, that there is no constitutional right to take or hold slaves in tbe Territories, was rejected by a vote or 31 to 17. - Tbe fifth resolution was then adopted by a vote of 35 against 2. Tbe sixth resolution was adopted by 33 against Is. House The bill relating to tbe captured African was taken up. Mr. Underwood moved to amend it. to sell tbe negroes in Florida, or settle them free in Massachusetts r T jnfrhter . Dang rervlied. and Undt-r- wood responded amid cries of order, and call ' for the police by Cobbw Tbe Japanese Embassy dined with the President to-day. The Treasury receipts for the week are $1,181,000, being an increase on the week of ' 5536,000. Amount subject to draft $7,286, ' 000. Mr. Appleton, a'nit ant Secretary of State, is nominated for Minister to Russia. Robert II. Gallagher, of Kanagwa. Japan, is here completing arrangements for a liue , of Clippers from New York to Japan. Before the Covode Committee it appears ' that Attorney General Black was d-puted to .t?n,ler the Postoffije blank printing to Forney " he would change bis course, l ne pronts annnir xsuctianau s term were eRitmaieu ai $8T 000 Forney declined the proposition. Wa'Uint.ton, May 26. Senate The Post master General pent in a communication, stating that the facts of Fowler's defalcation were not known to the Department till tbe 10th of May. Tbe bill relative to patents, transferring from the Commissioner to the President wiib the consent of tbe Senate, the appointment of the new Board of Exatniners-in-Chief passed. The Indian Appropriation bill was taken up. Latham's amendment, dividing California ir.to two Indiau Districts, with Superinten dents and Agencies was carri-d. . The Indian Appropriation .bill was further amend-d and passed. The Postofike Appropriation bill was un der consideration. House The House discussed the payment of mileage to members. frigate Leak log. New York, May 25. The lrigate Niagara is lcuking badly. She came iulo port woik ing all her pumps. Louisville ltacea. Ia uisviij.e, May 2(. In the closing rnce over the Woodland Course to-day, four mile beat, Colossus wron Ihe first beai in 7.4G1; Joe Stoner won the 6ccoud aud third lieuta iu. 7:55J aud 8.22J. JYew York Races. New York, May 24. In the second trot lo wagons b-iweeii l'atchiu and Eiiiau Allen, Putcliiu won in three straight heals. Tbe time of the second h- at was 2:26. from tlnsjotv. Qcebkc, May 2J. Tue steamsbip John Hell, from Glasgow hi. her, punsed the river Du Loup. Sailed. New York. May 2ti. 'i'he steamer Kanga roo nud Fulton saibd lo-diiy for Etveipoid. The bitter look New Orleans m iiis of the 22d,and SHOO.OOO specie. Tiie loiunr tok 31,000 specie. ICivcr cva. Lofisvn.i.E, .May 2i Noon The river is stationary wilh 6 feet 9 inches water iu ihe Caual. (n'outituiioiiaI. Lolls vti.i.ic. May 26. Judge Johnson of th" City Court has Ie ciiled tue law pass d by the last Legislature imposing fin, and ii -uullies on p, r-ons for Selling goods by suiiqde in Louiaviile au1 Ji fl-Tsini county, to be ii'icoa-iitiiliuUii'-Tins quashes several hid ctuieuts, noine against New York houses. Markets. Cincinnati. May 20. Flour very dull, and nominal at $5 3D; Whisky ISc; Mess Pork S17 50; Laid 11. Holders' parcels are iihdiawii tor an iidvance; Linseed Oil 63A; Com steiidy, at 47; Oals dull at 42. New Yoke, Mhv 26. Cotton unchanged. Sales to-day t f 1.000 bales, Middling Upland llj. Flour quiel, sales of 15.0UO barrels al $, 1 0(f,$5 1.3; Corn dec'in -d one cent, sab s 46.0(io busheU at' 5b'(Ti;70, whole range for sound und uns Mind; Mess Pork steady, at $17 S7A(i,$lt 01); Lard quiet at 1 1 g allj; Coll'ee iiio I2j(jil3j; Mola.-ses Jliletiur Poite Rico 31; Sugar strong at lull prices Cuba 6A274; Pacitio Mail slock 90; Puuama $1 3oL" N'fcw Oitr.KAXS, May 26. Cotton sales to-da- ol 2,0(0 bales. Q lot itioMS unchanged; Mess Pork buoyant at $l!i 5'tfvf; ?2J 00; Mo lasses 2.1(5,34. Freights and Exchange un changed. (EammcrciaL Ci-ai.k vti.i.r.. May 21. C. II. Smith s. 1 1 111 hhds. nt the following prices : 50 06- 8 20, 8 15. 8 55, 8 15. 8 0 . 8 1. S 75, 8 10, 8 00. 8 00, 8 M), 8 80, 8 00, 8 tO, 8 10, 8 f.5. 8 50, 8 45. 8 45, 8 30, 8 00. 7 f.5. 7 80, 7 50. 7 50. 7 55, 7 15, 7 15. 7 55, 7 h0. 7 25. 7 U5. 7 S5, 7 S.", 7 75. 7 00. 7 75, 7 10. 7 35, 7 9 , 7. 10, C 'J5. 6 15, 6 75, 6 65, 7 10. 6 '70, 6 55, C C5, 6 35, 6 65, 6 10, (i 85, 6 00. C 55. 6 90, 3 00. 6 00. 6 SO, 6 75. 6 25. 6 25, 6 40, 6 75, 2 00. 5 15, 6 80, 6 95, 6 75. 5 "05. 5 95, 5 10, 5 00, 5 00.5 30, 4 10. 4 35. 4 03. 4 25, 4 00, 4 3', 4 30, 4 10, 3 25. 3 10, 3 00. 3 40. 6 60, 3 60, 3 75, 3 15. 3 15, 3 80. 2 45. 6 85, 2 95.2 70. 7 75. 7 75, 7 50. 7 10. 7 00. 7 55, C 85, 7 80. 7 25, 7 10, 3 5 0, 6 1 0, 6 30, 3 50, 3 90, 6 05. Thick's Lanpino. May 23 1860, Sales of 96 hhd. Tobacco, as follows: $9 55, 9 55, 9 55. 9 00, 8 85. 8 50. 8 30- 8 25. S 55. 8 55. 8 55, 8 55, 8 55, 8 00. 7 30 7 40. 7 10. 7 35, 7 20, 6 60, 7 60. 7 50. 7 50, 7 50. 7 5a. 7 65. 7 80, 7 00. 7 35. 7 20, 7 10. 7 85. 7 75, 7 30. 7 30, 7 35, 7 35. 7 35. 6 70. 6 90, 6 1)0, 6 50, 6 It). 6 10. 6 35. 6 25. 6 60, 6 80, 6 05, C 40, 6 95. 6 00, 6 05. 5 95, 5 M) 5 00, 5 5U, 5 DO. 5 25. 5 40. 5 60. 5 00. 5 40, 5 75, 5 50, 5 75, 5 45. 5 00. 5 50 4 35, 4 35. 4 70. 4 40. 4 0C, 4 00. 3 80 3 75, 3 45. 3 55, 3 35. 3 25. .3 05. 3 05, 3 75, 3 05. 3 05, 2 95, 2 M), 2 85, 2 55, 2 65, 2 80, 2 55, 2 50, 2 00. 25. Tobacco sale every Wednesday. Very respectfully, Ol.PMAot, HoMAR & CO. N'Vllal AUUVli! DOUGLAS MH'UWOOirS ii:V sSlilKT. tiis: " BELLE OF THB SOUTH," The o4 M-rr-e4 and Iwitif il s.irl m r proJ'le.d, Ntl'K nlfll nr CI. SI is, and w IT a tied not r gel out of "rd.r, IN 8. II, Ii, J3,!i, JO, :,, 40 A3 iD ilOUPS. EVERY LDY li REQl'EsTFJl ToKXAMINK THRU BF.FORS FU8-CitV-INti UTHF.tl MAKE. WIliMAjiiLB KtlAiJtiA fci;m.lEI BY IKH'tiLAS K MIEUWODI), rl, Ti3 aud 55. Wuite Mrerl. ltll-Im NtW YoRK. Cbanrcri Salts Cliuncery Stl. Jofea Voed,iwarda, if , r. U mt U . Tayk-r I a. IN purt-na e. of a decree of the f-.ae.rab Itita eer (oM(t.Ter t:,e timely or I' .too, at toe Feb ruary Term. a, tt -rif I wi 1 tG-i lor le to the lua-ttest ow. r, rvaiarday, Uw fib way t Jul next. upe ut ivtnirM, -n a ,it 4 wwa, i aaa tare )., s, (exrepi I ax luBi .-I 1.'j) lit lt ..a. bear In iw.ta iMvnt, lb an laad km-U.1tI part ot t. 1 orbrala-d iJ tt'o, a s.itiar trf-:-, anrott ed M ttow Mooti , aboat. 11 sulnaT LaialtAia, c mU:ut( about Ikt ki. s of" Ll,a mtai4 an. U Him u.u tloia 4,( caltivation. T u d ctoal 4 aal l:lrf th. w ters ar a-t aa aalhM wrvuapa tn mu v '!.' beli acofia d tor iu ra. w rum so b4l,and tmiuM . tU diwrar Wi wkxa piMCKaa a at. 1 1. iktt iikrmtsv'tUaresai' phi tt uwru Vol. wia ttwrtt al urn ton., M a Si't" " n, e, u4t r nu locAlaaa htt sb Sovi ii jut aid ul.H.r rt. Tw ta o.y April. lm JoU-V CtXldcikNt. anrl4-U - - Cii u4 aUawr. Till: IIARTItOLF1 31ACIIIM: HAS a Wr;r aad taer ai.aa4 Ubi ibut aay ne a t.a. .. .C-U,i aaiawt, Uj.o-l b.a Umm. afulT DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S Streogihening Cordial and Blood Purifier! Hie ( ra est Remedy in the World, and the aslicioa and delightful Cor dial ever takes. It is strictly a sci entiOu and Veeet- a b I e Com pound, rroeored b the (Jdistillation of Roots, J Herbs and &rk Yellow Pock, Blood Knot, Black Root, isirsapar.lla, Wild Cherry Bark and Iwndelion enters in to its composition. The entire arlive remedial prineiple of each inerejieit is thorooghly ex tracted by my new method i t distilling afefOlt Lliriny.cious, exhilcrating'HCr 18X111'. nr,u .Mnir a it'll . . . 1 spi it, and the most Infallible rt medy for renovating i the dise-isel ry stem, aud restoring the sh-k. suflermt: : anl debilitated Iuvalid to Health aud Strength. VclaC au's StfciistUcuiiis CurAlal WILL FFFECTUAL1.Y CCRK f Liver Coniplalnt, Dypepsl Jaun diee, CbronH- orNervons Neb lity, lisoaseof tbe Kidneys and all Il seasea arising from a disordered 1 jvr er i roach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Files, Acid - tty or Sickness i.r ine M-mncn , ruuiiessor uiooo to the Hiad.DuIl Fain or twiinmi'ig In the rie.ia, r-alii- t'tinu of tiie Heaxt, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eruet-i's-ns. Chokieg or jufr.Kra ing I eeliu whea Iving down. Dryness or Yell-.wiie. of the Skin and Eves, Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pa n in th- Small of the Back. Chest or fide. Nid.ten flushes or Heat, Deprrsscin of Spirits, Frighttnl Dreams, Languor, ipsMndeiicy , or any Nervous DUeu-e.S res "r B.ot -hes, on the kiu,ai.d Fever and Ague (or Cbiils and Fever. Over a Dliliou of Ltottlfg Have be-en sold duriue the last ix montk, and ia no instance has it failed io giving entire s-iti-f-onon. Who, then, will sulf-r from We.iknes or Dobilitv when JfeLEAN'S snRENGTiJENING COR Mai. will cure youf No l.-.r-gnaze can convey an anequste t jea or trio inimeiliale and a moet miraculous cbango proanvett bv lakiee this Cordial in Um odiowBCd , d btlitnted and shattered nervous y."Ojm. whether brok.ti dow n hy exoeR. went by nature, or impaired by siennevi? luo relaxed and unstrung organization is restorea to its pristine he i Ith and vigor. 7UUUICP I'EKSOSS, or ofier conscious of inabilKy, Irom whatever eaure; will Mil I McLem s MrerKtiiei'ing Cordial a thorough reeeiie-ator of the svstein, and all who may have in- inre.l tli -m-elvcs by improper iO'lulcenco, will oud in the Cordial a certain aud erly remedy. TO THE LADIES, JIcLean's Mreit".t Itenlns Cordial Is a sovereign and sedy core for Incipient Coiuuniplloii, T Iiltea, Obstructed or ILfllcull lleiistruatjon, InconUoeuce of Urine or Involuntary I iscuargi lherf, Snl.nn; if he Womb, G ddiness, Faitiling, and ail I Lsoases inci dent lo 1- ctuoles. 'I'lieie In no Itllstake About It. guffT no longer. Take it according to directions. It will stimniaie. strenirthen, and invigcrnte ou and cause tne bloom of health to mount your cheek again. Every bottle is warranted to u've satisiaiuoo. toil CIlILDUEa. If your children arc sickly , puny or afflrted, Mc Lean's CorJiil will make them hualihy , lat ..ml 10- liiivt. Delay net a moment, try it aud you will he convinced. Hi Deliriousto Take. CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who m tytry lo palm iil"ii '.u some l'.iit"r, or S irsn.i rilla tr.ish, which tirey can buy cheap, by say nut it is lust as kikhI. Avoid such lie n. Ask lor ilcla-m's s-trengtliening Corili it, and take nothing e s.-. It is the only reiiictv that w II purily ihe nlood I ii.r- ouhly .nnd at the sane lime strengthen the system. one bibl.'s;MM.iiiul taken every niorning lasim. is a cc-: t tin prc-vennve lor Ceoler.i , t Hills ami sever, Yellow Fever, or any prevalent 1'is -ooe it is put up in large h t'les. Unco ouly SI per bottle, or 6 iiotites tors-. J. It. .Mel.tAN, Sole !Voirietor of this Cordial. Also, Jlcla-.in's Vol c one l):l Linim. nl. l'rim i.ial Ih twit oa the corner of Third und l'mc streets, Si. I uis, Mo. 1,1 lyW.H. rtr Kr I K llS.VUVll.ia., NJSIlVUiO, and all respectiblo DrUifKitiio evo y where. my IU-,iins-cw ly A crj rrj c a ci b. at OS o o o o o V I O ' fU 1 -d -r 2 c o cT I 11 S ri w c o 2 3 C -- fcj 5 M " 4 o o h"? OO 2 c: o I? j? v 2 to c Ca K 01 H H H L.' 0 r m O O c!3 w O O o JT 1 b s 2 t? C 3 O C2 o - r. ? o 9 2 a c 3 " l .2 3 i. OT to a J ' 3 K 5 c3 x fSJ e-t Ph si 5 O O c l ei H LOUISVILLE ARTESIAX MINERAL WATER. HAVING been appointed sole Agmt for the salo Mlro thu above celebrated Mineral Hr in Uns city , will always be pepired to supply tboto ur-i!'.t;2 it, with it li-esli from the w'l. B. low- will be found the opinion ol une of the 1'hvi.iciau of Louiavillo, a to Its inerns. JO. G. UoW'. a EVANS, Ai, Col eto Mre I, Naalivide. OPINIONS OF PHYSICIANS Wo Ihe uudersiined, bav bad occasion to pre scribe rd watch lb Ui of tho An. ian Water, in a n.ri' ty of diseases, and wo navo uo besitatiou in le clariticr it to bo our opinio that U Is an exceedingly valuable remedy lu m .ny chronic Uarawu. lli.iu) lu which :t uc ba been alien. d with lha mobl a-isrkid benetil Ums far are, chronic rheuniatunn , cubueouauileetioiu, aud some of IhechrouiC disor ders of tne digestive system. The know in hemi.atl eleiueul found In the water of such a nature, and they exj-l iu such suites of cotnhmxt'on, that wo bave no doubt it wilt be found iu a more extended experience, in iUcfteclJ to have as wl ;e a raue ol ai.plcahilny lu lb cur of difeasr a s uy mineral waU-r known. ll.COl.ISVHTH.il. D., I'rof. of Sargery lu Ky. SC'IH'I of MuUk io. V E. EWING, W. D. W. A. HUNDLEY, M l.,Supl., Lon sville Mann Mi-pit-il. t. j.i.r.iKus m. n. JOS. W. l UrNAM.U. D., Sup'l. Louinvill Aim llo se. J. vr. kmght u. n. apr-'T-im ao For Kent or Leure. IWII.I. rent or b ar n.y place near the Murfree. boro" I'ike t o i"lle f mm Ilie crty (it I be pre.iil year, or with the p.ivik-ge of five )eaia. There is a convenient tu-iek DweUmg with kitchen and X--od Slible. and a splendid well of etceilent wau-r. liter are twelv ai re of (uperiir laud .U.Uhle lor raising all kuim of tuarketmg. leoji-ir Louis i.r.ww. Xi Time to Wait far the Dorter i VBOIT thes limes all cloture will est green rrtnl. Al any til nn out of d.y or nier-.l, they ars liable t benliacked by Cholera Morbus, Dy-utery or Is. .rri .e.. N i:tna iheu to send lor ta u.aiuir. Tl.a Uia.pulHig lMil. ry S.ru- laiaaiitlr rrl eve al u h casos. No f miiiy u:ht to b wiUiout it in Ui lio.oa. It prooiplmsa baa .ve-l tlioUAan-ia I val. ble ltvr in Ti-uue.e ,u the part f.-w year. Ouly & I ce.i.ls a b uUe mi:!i for a wind- fnuiiy for a w tiole s -in. A ItasU i ljut r.i e vr-J. pay 15 If MACb.rNZ.ls: VIM-'HIV. HAD LlTl'K IN GOOD LUCK JOIINAKLUCK IS aj. n .it the oid tiamt. It I'nio street, wlH a Sir' a -rtrni I id r.rlhi(in t'vn Xuar, foy and S"aM v Ian., w uer b. will be plrad lo alt a, on ao .Ui w.U favor bura will Ibeu lawiivnaga. aa) l-lf f anarj fages ! Jr,T reei, -Joo anrt. Canary Bird Capes -M all style. eobw and pvievs, some a IwMie 4 tYf b. .iitil u Hi., wi .ikrt. F-r sale b- br U-oi.II J. W. WlI.niV. Jrlirffr Potatoes. 100 RUSiiFiS NVw York U.reer Pota toe, good for ala r tn'wati.s. lo-t reml aa. toi sai oy mar -U A. JI..NKIN. Nt 14 sVnatb Mvrketst. For litre, IJ?R lt tUnm f ih year, a m v, efr. N (tra tfcy .Uyvotti olA. la.ja.r ai Una otftc. M)i;-4f COOKLNCl STOVKS. NtBa:of Rack trV, Al,rlr d Qk'4. a.tabt. tut stuatl Unti e-. ! rsi 4 fo a... by ursj. F. i:Xi Ai CU . Bayl7 lorawal DISSOLUTION fTHE eMna,rshit brwu i":i bn 1 tiie -.aJr4aJ,ae ttyfc rlf k.koaU.k. M th aa rMivMy a iial r.-.i-.i.t. oi.e v-t4riii. Ie. but-w wdi i buiM berHilwrWd by . Htu, iWiUmm aUaliivbw - ". . A. w. iiUjI, " . SUaitPAtailCKa FT!! aa4rtwt aavrog rB-4 frosa lb Irs ef 1 nM a kwat k .wf ld et es li,. aHnw Ui.f m M kirSalra, revM.Uy ta-stdsf aa ibio. t Us. ei.-w ' lb ana ft Uw,r ru- rrrf-, aid M t,ta ,cUa.l i a4 r.is.. lo b a rwi e 1MB THE HOWE $60 CONE . COWAN'S YEGETiVBLE LITHOITRIPTIC, Or, Mother's Eelief. FOU THE CURB Ol' . ; . . DISEASED KIDNEYS, TJRETE11S, AND BLADDER; CUEING CALCULI, OR STONE IN THE BLADDER AND KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. DIA BETES, INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS AND BLADDER, CHRONIC GONORRHOEA, SYMPATHETIC COMPLAINTS ATTENDANT ON PREGNANCY AND LABOR, WEAK NESS OF THE LOINS, PROLAPSUS UTERI, AND IN FACT ALL DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS. In presenting the merits of this iu ' valuable niediciue again to the public, after a trial of more than twenty years, as a certain, safe, and speedy cure of most of the chronic diseases of the urinary organs, the proprietor feels fully prepared to present such an array of facts, of the most indubitable kind, from persons living in hU own imme diate ntiyhlmrhtxxl, and his own county, as well as elsewhere, and such an array of evidence as he confidently believes has never before been presented to the public in favor of any ether medicine, patented or not, right at the place wbere it started, and enough to satisfy even tlie most fastidious and incredulous, aud leave them without the shadow of a doubt of the certain efficacy of the LITHONTRIPTIC in the cure of Calculi, or Stone in the Bladder and Kidneys, Gra vel Deposits, Inflammation of tho Kidneys and Bladder, Chronic Gonorrhoea, Weak ness of tho Loin, Prolapsus Uteri, .Sympathetic Complaints at tendant on Pregnancy, ic., etc. ; aud in time cf Labor the Lithon triptic has no tvjual on record, as can be proved by many Certificates. Among those testifying to its efficacy may be mentioned, in A is oir neijh borh'jod ami county, the PlIYSICTANS, the Clergy, Clerks of the Circuit and County Courts, Members of THE Lf-UISLATUEE, THE Ci RANI) ,iURY of his own county, Farmers, Mem bers of Congress from his own district, itc, iTtc. an array of testi mony sufficient to leave all persons la boring under any of the above-mentioned diseases perfectly without any czouse for not obtaining the Lithon triptiu and being healed, but downright obstinacy or tbe most inveterate anti pathy against any secret remedy. I will say, in the language of Holy Writ, If you do not believe the testimony PREPARED ONLY BY W. F. GRAY. NASBTIXE. TENN jjrjJT- For sale Ly all tbe Druggists ia Nashville, ami by Druggists generally throughout the country .-6m dec-S-dtri At lawif '..""" a-. - -- 1 l. 'A b mm-msm--mm--im----------mmmm-mmmmmmmm-wmm i no lar anbkii f life. - - 1 An aperisnt and itomac&ie preparation of IE0X purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com. bustioa ia Hydrogen, of bra medical author ity aad extraordinary efficacy ia each, of tat follawintr complain is, via.: DIBIT ITY. KUtVOTJS ATTTC710S3. TcTrTA Cl&riOH, DYSPEPSIA, DiAREHEA. COKSTI. PwTIOX. CUOTULA, SALT KHEUM. 5CTRYY, JaTJUDICX LIVER C0MPLaUJiT8 EEEUMA. TISJL MEKCimiAL COKSEQTJESCZS, ISTEil MITTEST FEVES3. KETJKALOIA. CHK0NIC IfEATJACTIXS, FEMALE WEAKITESS. Mia MESTHTJATTON. nVTTTS, CHLOROSIS, etc.. PI5TPLE3 OX TUX FACE, lUUlLXESS OP THE SKIN, iti Tho IEOt beinff absorbed by tba blood, and thus circulating through th wholo systetn, no T-art of tha body can caeapo tliair truly wonder lul inSuttsre. Tha experienc of thousands daily prov that ao preparation of Iron caa for a moment be compared with it. Imparities of the blood, de pression of vital 'energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al most avery conceivable ease. Ia all cases of female debility (fluor albua, chlorosis, tc, iu Tec! are deuibtfully rnovauor. Ki remedy has ever been discovered, ia the whole history of msdiciae. which exerts each prompt, happy, and Tnlly restorative effscts. Good appttus, com plete direction, rapid ecqnisitioa of trngta, wit an antsual diarposiUon for active and Cheerful exe.-eite, immediauJy follow it nse. As a grand rtomachie and freaf ral rerterauvo it ha ne tnperier aad no subsUtat-, IMf ap a nesik- Hat o-tl Hwmra rlwln4X VI itUI. lee a . Ir b A01 :" bnxts. a . K-t hy Dmict.K Krner-tly. Vtll .Merw.o. rvrlH t the l U" Uri, aHnlerw, .tc Jaxia b ddn..d tat K. B. LOCKE & CO., General Aonts. 3w UKOalllVAY, W V . 1. TT afcave U s ta-wltatAU f Ut isn.1 ms 9mrU taaru eec--diriw w ljr et W.1, CtrtM fl4avli s Imrtiu, I.nrtano, Soa- of .y a.1- un. ..1 tn Thnul II SEI, I4. Hacatie Coto t Covsr ar-rxi daose m., tuinui l iKX-a, Aasa a, ri.in.i, KI.LIlltn bv MJ.'WN'S fid trill jl I. TKOCHkJ, r Coc.a Laia.. at (twad mmJ rlywf naiwtwi rWCnraMa.lke. Ilr. li. r. Hito. s.liB. rmammtmJ Ikir mM t frwiic Srwasaaa.' '.rv. K R. ts.ru. N.w fork JI(tlMr r'w i Hatutwamw." K . S. Sio4i., l j raJ.w a , Ob k . SfwaSoTUtl wAew ca.w.aw s ipwil. fa'a-ww! f1" Qt k-ov. .J r. Aaosaa.'U.M. In. FtVctmI I mtatwa Imnwm aava iersYoae! ia arMl. . WWM ni MUIUI '-d tlmVBmm," Fr-f M. .-TovCl JctalVj N, later. o. tewSMr of M-i,B"tb.r Fie C-dleg "CwtllWlW Mi m httt fc-ar fUr ariwl. a. a ioVr, ml iatmwcM. Fr-m Llnr Mo- fmzt iimmM loW wtti mf wra a rail walj t. . Slav. A. Itixl.f. A. W , rmdfll 0tv a4e., Ta . la w m ... IW.ia. al a raMl. ' w.a Al, !.' ia lar. I - am. CaCy ;iol ai fr4, Vr ,awi,vt.,t .aafii iwS.iaUwAacA obtoao J tvaa. aAoai. a w ea CORN MEAL lad Tine d' round Fffd A-rtafT w 1 1 1 1 -o 1 t. "l. l . jitt r.iv4 f' im.w. W i 6a.it w.il b At J Wt4a UA W !, t. -i. iU , r t?rr.OX 'SEWING MACHINE. BROTHERS, Agents, i;lcv.c Street. that I shall adduce, neither would yon believe though one arose from the dead and told you of the great efficacy of the Lithontriptic. The Faculty and the public may ba surpilsed to hear of a remedy that will certainly dissolve' Calculi, or Stone the Bladder, and cause it to pass off with the urine, and. permanently cure almost all the chronic diseases of the Urinary Organs, those heretofore in curable diseases. But the proprietor is certain that at last he has found out this great lcsttratttm tV Jfetficinr, a certain and sa fe cure fur tJiese diseases. And all he wants, wishes, or desires, is for the Faculty and the afflicted to give his medicine a fair and impartial trial, and he has no doubt that they will be thoroughly convinced of its grca efficacy ; and if it docs not do what lie represents it to do, he would like to know it and let it be exposed; but if it does cflect these cures, he hopes, for the sake of suffering humanity, the a citfy the guardians of public health will give it their influence. There Li no humhii:.rery in the Lithontripti; every certificate is trenuine. and tho proprietor will give one thousand dol lars to any person who will find qut one spurious certificate. Any person doubting the truth of any thing that has en said, La ear nestly and respectfully requested to correspond with any person whoso name is annexed to any certificate, and thereby convince himself of the truth of every thing that has been published. The number of Kittles that it Usu ally takes to cure is from one .to fivej thouirh it has been known to take ten bottles where thert were extremely large formations of Calculi or ijtone to be dissolved in the bladder. For the efficacy of the Lithontriptio see the Circular, containing somo of '.he most wonderful certificates in the w rld, arouud each bottle. . .ilHS. NUN SLOW, AN experienced Norseand FemalcPhysician , pr seuislo tbe t ttention of inoiberi.be r SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children Teething wblcbgrestly facilitates tbe procctsof teething, t softeuiup the gurus and reducing all iufianiati i jw allay A 1.1- PAIN and spasmodic action .and la 1SURETO REGULATE THE BOWELS Deeud upou it, mothers it will give rrsltoyar selves, and RFIJEFAXI HEALTH TO YOUK INFANTS. Price Ucruu per U'lTTLK. Wabaveputupandsold thiaarticlefor vertea years, aud cax sav, is on.iiKeKanvktta of it, what bave aev.r bee able lo .y of any ilber medicine NEV Kit HAS IT FAHXIMN A. -lt.l.E INSTANCE. TO U ECT A ILXX.wbea timely nivdl Never did we know aa lostanc J oi disaalislactioi. by auy. on who used it. vm tbe contrary, all are dc lighted with it tpra ' lufl, and ap.ak In term , mm of highest cemmeoda tton f it uiairalenVctsg aod medical virtue w spvaa in tuir matter "waat il bo aner ten 'year' exierl nce, iii rtuiti oca mrnitKm ros ti rum jto iui vimiki osriA. In almort every 1 nalauce where the in fact I. auOcriug t nun paiu 'w aud exbausta.03, reli willbe'ound lu Dflreu or twenty miakles after tb. syrup is adnuaik tered. This valuable preir loa ilb newscrtptK a of one of the MOST EX mm I'r.K! r-MUlaaU fk I U FULNUKSES la New Ijigr" land, and ba b used with NEVEK-FAII.'- 1N. M icniu THoCSANIs2C OF CAMj. N'otonlyrelievrsthechilu from pain, bal vtg aratr tbe stomach and'' iH.wela, correel art II ity , and give lone and en , rgy to th whvl sya teat. It will almost I stautlv reuev GKU'ING IN TIIK.e, li ElJj.A.SIi WINIiJ O'LIC. andovercomeeo rul.inui which if not pd rem lied , end la d.atb- We believe 11 the be- f and raT aiannv iithi v w.vwui.m allrase. 1 DVSEMEKV AND DIAKm RIHEA IS (,lll.l'i: whether It arues from 'i. talt.inj. or froraac ttler cause. Vie woul.tsay 10 every mnUir w bo baa a child m!Vnr f mm f rin any ol the f.wra , . mr complaiiuaiHI NuT I.Er VwUK I'KF-M Hi CIS. NoK THE l'lilJU DICES UK onirics laud between your suH. r tat child and the r-ll-, thst will be sure)., A IWdXTELY M Kr to follow be ol this mediciu, if tnuelj ed. . Full lirection ifor oir,j Zi will teeomptBy ck botll. N011. --nuuir r" lea the fac-.i.nil ClKTISa I'kivallVs, New York, ia o lb .a !,!. w rapi-er. ' Sold hy .Iruerist 4 hruuh mi tbe w-wld . I'nn. ii) l ie No. 13, CoMlar l. Near York. jaueTdAWly Prie . cwnU p.r aotli. . af ' N . X V y k r Save the Piccrs! 'sv i Save ! he Pieces ! all an 1 b mtt triif bnut, rmrm. m Kwaf rafwl'it.4 aaniow.ii isv.ry iMirauit to bav. cbrap aa4 oonvenHtit waj I or repairing wriiHnr,Tiyt.roca ry.Aa. SPALBIXG'S PREPAIIO GLTJS merts a-Iuch iBrgBeies aad BO boneb,id eaa aOord t. b without it. ti t iwf Tmmii r aaa p lo toe tK-a.m tw.iul. llior 1, eo ioegsr aacawaai. for hmpieg . iu,piiu'.erw veaaer, liea-ll.a ooll and brukea cr.lr It J't tit aria I. tor n. sN.lt, a -at .li.r ort.aiwei.ial work,v w--ipulax w.; UvmtJ rrot wd u.ac. Tl.m iini'.O levHaratioa Is U4 Cld , Ken( cttiiOaSv held ia a.iutmi, .ad yvm wieg all , valwabfc. nattawi W loo. bn( ewbiuet maker to il nut w4 Ui in i-iar a ordinary, suScUag twcg fatulv .r. tulawii. -ttr t'L IN FVF.UT ncielK," S A fraUaa-usapaa ia a bulU. rrK(SietS Wbf liwale t. id. Nw- Cedar l , Sew Y-e. Aatw lil;"RTC,SPALI)ISO CL. Ik-a , No. i, Nvw k. Fn! mp fnr fiwaler la Caw- eneUistag Fr .Cytbt, aad Tw.-iv f--n hMttiiil LaUiagraUsa bam Card ar4!9pac v uig rvt iw:aa.. T-A , a-i .fa-AUKNC'S ratra.EP CLLA will kavaWw (, il i4 aa.y I w rvr a .nw ri ui 1 ' u. BVidd byab Mw.t-et Siatimwsr, tVis-U, tUrd. war aad rw ur lwira, tira, wad at.cy . ... . . akiU sk.k. a wn 0 trlL-. M"S FjtAASti' Cl'f, wbaw lbak.a4 m til ssi. Il . ai auad aa y cijm jawt-ly HAY AM CIILV. " 1500 A Kj , 1 - rr s. 1 . r rjba laaowt. -al.M loil CWI ar , , - , a, ao.J Ira. A-aii.riaa. . T K.IYt 1 a fr d j ' - tv re at i-r. M baw J. - , - 1 f-Jor ftr,liy HSt-: lw. 14 U4 M 1 .