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IRA P.JONES, feMXU,TM'
JOHN E. HATCHER, -doew
Ofllr !. 16 Dendertek Street.
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j.J For prMIn! 1
i I ' si-Preidenti
rfiR THE STATE AT LARGE.
, TAXUa:l liner.
FOR TTIE DHTRTCTS.
1. J. V. DEADEKICK, of Washington.
. 2. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox. , ' 1 ' - ' '"
3. iUJEED CALDWELL, of McMinn. .
- 4. ; S.S. STANTON, of Smithr '
5. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson.
C. WM. FKERCITEVAI, of Lincoln.
7. JOnN C. EROWN, of Gilts.
, 8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
9. ALVIN IIAWKINS, of Carroll.
10. D.B.N A BORS, of Shelby. ... .
f.afr.l rTrntlT Committee.
Edwin II. Ewbc-' Neiix S. Brown, Allen
, A.IIali P. W. 3Jaxet. John Lei.lt ett,
' Johx If..' Callexdeb IIouack ' II. LTaeki-.
f WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 15, 'CO
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Entlintiattlc Ilell aud Everett ITIeet
, j , . , ln al llHUf aTUe r , :
' We had tltc pKa-ure of attending the Ekm.
a-id Evkrhtp Maps Mkktixg which too place
'ai Hunbsville, Ala., on the 13th inst. The
me tin:r was held in a beautiful grove near
the city, the dy was lovely, the air cool from
the effects of a heavy rain Sunday night, and
very thing seemed peculiarly auspicious.
Tie attendance was large, a ' considerable
pitii)aor the audience, being ladies. The
s taking was pp-nf d by Ex-Gov. N. S. Ur.cwx
ol this city, who made on.! of his happiest ef
forts, diussing the great questions at i-sae
aid eettiug forth ', the claims of the Union
e mse upon the peop-e. There was nothing
in his speech to offrud any opponent. It was
a !dres.icd to the rcaron and not to the pas
sions and prejudices, and was lirteucJ to
with the most profound attention. . The urt
pscseion it made will long be .felt.
ilaj. G. A- IIexrt followed in a brilliant
speech of much leagt'u, ia his usual eloquent
and telling manner, attracting by the charms
of bis oratory, and eouviucing the judgment
by his strong argument.
Col. Josepji Q-.l;rKTr closed the speaking
in tbe grove, making ; one offcis ablest aud
most powerful speeches, and stirring up hi
auditors to the highest pitch of enthusiasm
We have seldom s;cn him in a better vein,
aad hw friends may rely upon it, he did him
self and. his caue justice.
Alter Vitpper there was a display of lire- j
. ..... - . . I
works ana a torcn-ngni procession. uum
ber tran?pareciea with appropriate devices
and mottoes were borne in the procession.
Tlta. din of bells and the shout of the multi
tude made the night an epoch in the way of
noise? These demonstrations drew out an
immense crowd. The night was pleasant,
and the ladies taking advantage of it, turned
out m masse, and a lovelier collection of them
- was never seen auy where. i The court green
was a "scene of loveliness and gallantry, of
life and animation. A number of speakers
addrefsed tha crowd from the irteps of tbe
South front of the eoarl-bouse. Their speech
es were received with unbounded applause.
' The ''boys," not couteut with the demon
stration in the grove and at ine couri nouse,
kept up their exerckea" till the; "im'
urs"ho of' the-r night, Calling' at Col. Pick
ett's lodgings, and. having aroused him from
his couch, literally Tweed another speech out
of him. .This midnight oration was a splen
did JrUiet of impromptu eloquences
fiouN'i Brass Baud iiow appeared ' iu the
field, having arrived on tha night tnun from
Nashville, and we believetreaks'"ol dawn
began to-light th eastern horizon lefore all
become quiet. - ; , - " ' J . ; ' - - '
This was one of the largest and most ui
thnsiasUg meetingi ivcr beld iu HuntsvUle,
It was one of which the Opposition may just
ly feel proud. We trust that it is the fore
runner of great political changes' I;i Madison
conuty. j We doubt' -whether the people of
that county, were cref no deeply stirred as
they are now, or ever reflected more serious
ly upon the political condition of the coun
try. Aud when the people think and feel,
snrely there is room to expect good results.
' "Occasional," : of FornyB JY, writes
from Washington that the "result of the
eLciioua in Kentucky and Missouri couter-naU-s
the Administration. The President
profuse to be indignant; butLe is glad. He
i- by no means Indignant that the young
Vice t-lwmhl be overthrown. He now sees
the triumph of his sublimated philof ophy.and
is rnOifi.jd tbaW in leaving the Presideooy in
1S61. he has derived any Dwerat of the hvnur-
qf beintf hi xdeceszor.
"-' arTbe Montgomery Jau" keeps etandidg-
l tl head of one of its leadintf columns,1
what it terms the Amerieaa Platform of Ala-'
bama on tbe slavery question. It was adopU
ed oo . the Cia of February If 56. Tbe JIuii
V-fvns it sUndine because it contains exprew
sions, t which, the Jflt.wya it U rue,,and1
vV-1. f.iui.l ;", ann'nnrt JoHV BELL for the
WU1CU luium .wj-i- . j
P-Pkidencv. Uut the -ViX was a zeajou sup
porter of Filijcoke, after the adoption of
tfaifr plntfWna 'which it UaTes apt-aieooeyj
V-r If th MjJ could SODDOrt 1XLLSI0KE,
tand W true to its" platform and principles
. why can It not support Belt, likewise V ' It
, Biix Leu reliable 60 this question than Fnxf
-orb ws? ' - - - -' - '
If tbe illad refuses to answer this question
m'tX ii deoy that it& editor was and ia a memt
jber of the Soathern Leam. m-hirh tbe real
C4use of ku teiusai to support Mr. Bexx !
. Ills a fact little known, that for the firt
i-vava years of one Governaxat,! the-United
' States Senate always eat in secret. - Th trst
iiiut thodoora were opened ior publle dL$
cuasion was on the contest as to the rijit of
i. Albert Gallatin to a ea ia the Senate. ,( . I
omebodr to b tnete.
The sectional Breckinridge Democracy is
inMinWl to keep up the old tricks $f its pre-
decesior, h NaU'onal . Pemocracy". It is
now well koown to everybody, as it was then
knojrn to tfaftir oppjanentAthat Jrgnt 1S48 to
1858, the Northern and bontnern democracy
differed radically on questions relating to
slavery. At length this difference became
so palpable that it resulted in the late break
on of tbe party. The old disunion element
pf past years, then sprang again into organ
'ictl Existence and nominated Breckiskidce
Per force of party prejudice, and not from
original choice? a "large "portion" oftheiion-
serva,t(re demi-eratic ja,asses; :of,b .South
were' Winn driven- in to ' cob'peratioir with the
disonionist.". His adherents in the North are
comparatively j few 'and jf)thp platform and
record of the man were interpreted in that
section a" they 'are interpVe'ted- by- tfie Sou
thertKxlremista, hei0jld not probably find
oiie iupporter in every' ten "thousand demo;
democrat.' 'But this they 'have not the
hardihood to do. The New Haven (Conn.)
Ryhler thus propounds to the democracy of
that State the position of Mr. Bkwkixi:iigk
"Senator Brown, who made a speech at;
the Breckinridge and Lane ratification meet-!
ing in Washington, has, it is said, since re
nonneed ; his support or "those gentl'men. :
Whv? i Because tbVy go for non-interveDtionJ
and not fora -lave code!'-- HicHdea of Mr.i
Breckinridge, who, has .advocated aud de-;
fended non-intervention iduring.the whole
coursi of his political life, now eating all he
has said on the sut j'-tt, is ridiculous. Read
his letter aud see if there is any thins: there
about a 'slave code:
This is snfficieut to show that the old game
of double-dealing is Still practiced; and that
the BitKCKiXKiuuf: deinbcracy'retiucs.i the
janus face, which the old party wore so long
ana suecesiiluuy. , it . cueated Vic uqcglas
party out of it when the separation took
place, and. the lack pf power, only will pre
vent them from again cheating the oojiutry
with it,. ...
J t.t. !
Kossuth, with the few" remaining members
of Msfarniryf were in: Paris at laxtf account
It is said that the-illBstrio-us Magyar felt
keenly the death of his sister, and that when
he read the aeconntJof"lFi'e'iatleiitioii atClle-
spect manifesteel.by. the i.gentleuicu .f Brook
lyn at her fuueral, he wept .and exclaimed
Oh, that their people were' mypeoiiip,' and
their God my God' From some mystcrfous
source Kossuth , receive s q narcrly" 51000,
the accompanying note iu4.ieMu;.mpIy
that it is from a friend-in Amennn,'lind that
it is intended for his perstttrsl exft-hditiH?s.
The Votk ofst. Loris.-
the vote ot'jthe city and county of, St-JLoois
at the late election: . -oj, -soj.
ForGjvyrexStirrt ftrnil , fj.i.,g
Barrel,- Democrat. ...... i 12 682.
BluTf, Republfcao 'at - l?,Sa5;ir
lor Cronjress JjOwj Jerm.
Barret, Dqmoerat.. it r-U 'h??,P7-
Blair." Republican 11.453.
Todd, Union.. .......... ,:. . . . . ..4;5-t2-"
For (t'oternvr. 1J
rr. Union . , . r 12. t57.
. CJ i Jackson, J on.?lasDe'm
Gai den h i re, Kepu bi ica n j, i l .
11. Jackson, BieCkiaridgo; Deuni ;;275
C. F. Jackson was npminated.by the Dem
ocracy of 'MisWhrl before 'the' lresidential
nominations.. and Jheplii in the: party, and
appears to h.ave been generally: supported by
the friends of Breckinridge to defeat Orr, the
Union candidate. : The vote of II. JacksoM is
not, therefore, a truetest of the Breckinridge
party in the city and county of St 'Lou??.
Full retnrns from the Sfct have not been
The Baltimore I'ariot is going further
and further towards open Republicanism.
lis power for evil is pretty miich exhausted!.
It wo wera ia it place we should Jprst change
our name and then raise tbe flag ot Lincoln.-
Xlief 'ODsremional Pledse of 18j1"T
lUf . m. ime lor its femino, nan
Come. :' '
Foresoc-iug the evil tendencies- and inevita
bly disastrous results of a continued agita-
liou.of the slavery questioh, and the formaT
tion of justuchTCCtional parties as are now
betore ustbe great KetilucKy fatategman alia
raciScatorled til'in tho followfuj pledge, to
chock those evils and to avoid these disasters:
I L i f r r r I llf 1 T I -' . -
1 -The undersigned, memljers of the Thirty
First Congress of the. L'nited'Stateej believ
ing that a renewal of s-cctional controversy
upon the sniject of slavery would"bd both
dangerous "to thuUnioii and destructive pf
iu objects, and seeing no luodo. by. whitkaueh
controversy can be Avoided, except by a
strict adherence) to tb settlement, thereof ef
fected by the compromise acts papaed .-atL-the
last session of .- Congress, Mi lietebj decUre
their intention to maintain the said settler
mcut inviolati and to resist all attempts to
repeal or alter the acta 'aforesaid, unless by
the general consent of the friends of the meas
ures, and t ".remedy ach evils it any, as
TmA mi.iI .vtrtnTMi mnv Iifoloiv: f L t.
"And for the purpose ot ' maKing tnis
resolution effective, they luilher'declare
that they" will not" support ft r the '. pffice of
President r yicoPresident.or or Seaatoffcr
of Representative in Congress, or as member
ot a State Li'gidarurc any I whatavcr
party, who is not known to b opposfd.lbe
disturbance of the ".setflenicut' "alorcsaid, and
to the reuewal. iu , auy Xorm,.of. agitation
upou tbe sutject if shivery. , , . , . t
Henry Clay,1 4 1 H." A-.' Bui lard , 4 1 1 1
O. H. Williams,
C. S. Morhcfad. 1
William Duer. .
Robert L. Rose, ,
11. S. Foote, '
Wm. C. Dawson, ,
. . J. P. Pharnix, , ... A
'. A. II. Sbeppard, : . ;.
A. M. Schermerltorn, '
' :'" David Breck,
' John R. Thiirmau, ,
. James L. Johnson, '
" - George RI Andrews.' ;i
'J. Jl-iAaderson-'iu T
.-1 iW, P.jMangum,
A. H. Stephens -Jerc
Jaov Cooper, .
M. 1'. Gentry..
neury W. Ililliard,
Jeremiah Morton,, .j
Wm. M. Gwin,
F. E. McLean
i i -t. r. luaiuaeu.
J 1 I R. JJBo fe,-
Edmuad Deberrv. - ?
E.C.Cabell,' " ! 1 -i
A. G. Walking,
Alexander Evans. Allen b . Owen." ' !
This pledge was signed by prominent mem
bers of Congress, of both political parties,
and from both sections. tSome of them, have
pasted Irom-time'ainidst a ArftfonVWars and
sorrow ; other haxe lobly, stood t-k their
pledge, and are now-doing battle in public
and , private' for the Union party to(
the only party which embodies ' the senti- i
ments c'uitaiued in the pledge; white others ,
still have ignobly abandoned their solemn
and deliberate pledge, and are now heapingj
dishonor upon if and. tbenisetvei b eijrnef jlyi
ailvocairog" furlhcr ugitatiou of those ques-j
tions, and supporting for the positions named;
. . ; r . i ti r . - , i , - ,; T .
men whose only stock in trade is continued.
agitatioaf'oodvthe basis of HrbwaeTOTd is'svc-l
tionalism.-i If tbey have not, lost all teasKof
shame and 8elf-reFpec'we'ask,them 'now.to
read "again thia patriotic pledge, and return
to their former allegiance to peace, and ,toi
their Iojalty to the Constitution, the, Un
aod tfaVmatnteaance" tT' the" "laws." ''liet
memory of the perils through "which tbey hai
then just escaped, and the prospect of mor
terrible !onei now present, again take posseej
eion of their minda and heart?; and let 'tha
inspiration, of th . cause. or, tbe 'eountry, as
sacred as it is glorious, lead them again to it
desecrated altar, and to a renewal of their
pledge to stand by and defend it'jigainVtiai
assaults that are increasing around lU
.. . Whether the recreant's who' have deaertex
it return or not, tt is the daty of the conserva
tire reoru every kSftrf to k-ypuzs the cans i
and coarse fto which Jt poifi ted and to iifldi
cato it and the Union which :t was eleiTgn
to aecare and perpetuate t.TihoufhM arj
WMM 7. mm. m mm x b'
were gold at the New York Stocfc Exchange,
on the 10th iost., at 90J- slight advance
on the ruling fates for a month past. :
idGeOf Houston 8(111 Candidate.
L&Guoi:etox has written a letter to J. Ct
Smith, Esq dated at Austin, Texas, July
31st, wherein be declares that he is still
canaiaapj jiar. ipe- rf esaencyi ylseri pro
nouncing the rumor that he had withdrawn
and declared for Belt, to be without fonnda
tion, he says :
"As I have had no agency in presenting
mv name to the American people, so I leave
to my fellow-eitizeiw-perfeet - freedom of
action, l snail not weigh, success against
prirj"rple, njraban4on'a causes f roiij motives
of -pblirfy. slMf hr t5 wisioT the people to
vote for me, they have a right to do so. If
thev do-not desire mv fwrvio. -a. it will ru rs.
6et.CC Wi 'JbafVl ;hvio6t asked their jsuf-
frages. " -
Yt LiTe. I have oxpressed no preference fof
any or tne candidates now .before the couni
try, I have at the same time, experienced the
hope that tbe people would soou see whither!
thty were drifting,, that the war of factions
would cease and t bat upon some common
basis they' would unite and prevent the tri-i
umpb ot either sectionalism or disunion
Tarty names or party champions, shouldi
sink into insigficance, when the palladium of!
our liberties is threatened. The blessings!
we5ejaj6ylrlhe govtrnntcnt ?ivhich pup fathers:
gale us, inn 1ujMiiiiiu.y AAU THE UMPS
should be firi-t in the heart of every patriot.
and he who fails to tacrifice all else to main
tain these, is unworthy the nanteof American.
'l regard this contest as one in which the
permanency of the Union is involved. I de
stre to see lexaa present an , united front
against the effort to maintain hero a sectional
party; and to this end I desire to say, that it
is my wioh that the Electors associated with
my naaie shall bo peitectlv free to cast tbe
Electoral vote vf Texas for any National man
most likely to defeat either', sectionalism, or
disunion..,- ,, . . ....
Having ever, been opposed lo abolitionism
from ' the " North and sectionalism, 'disunion
and the reopening " the. African glavg trade
rom tne boutn, l believe tne defeat of these
elements should bei the? d?ipp of" every pa
triot. ' - . - , S J '
V I ctvnuot close this letter without acknowl
edging a full tease of obligations to those
friends who have expressed a preference for
me, upon principle; over others.' Their kind
ness has, been gratuitous, for I have not
sought to influence -any-in favor of my ad
vancement,' and their1 support is' therefore
In !t Tenunesnee.
Wchisii juitekiined.'frOm'a tiip to wit
ness, the disvassions at Jasper, Afarioa eovni
'tyPtkeVillbBledsoe couuty, aud ' WashTng
ton, Rbea county. ' We have ao time" in this
number to present in tztaao the arguments
prcsentcdTjy rhe"Candidates'Tor their respec
tive fivorites.J J;-" !'8 J o;-! i
AV. C YBinhorne.Tei the candidate an
the Lincoln-Breckinridge tieket. makes', each
day,- the sanie speech, without regard to the
new points :"mado. by hia opoonenLi. . Hh
eeems to have, a speech by rote and is com
pelled i to1 deliver that, or none. He speaks
swiftly and earnestly, and to those who only
hear tLo souneTof .his Voice, without compre
hending, hia Uangaage. aod witness his elo
quent gestures,. he appears to be. making Jor
himself a character. as a debater; but to those
wbociveliim their attention,:: and listen- to
bear ''the reason far the faith that is in hinj ,J!
he appears in his; true character thai of 'a'
sc boo l-jtiby' declaimed n-ei .u
iikuuLE(. reoresented the
Douglas Pewocracy. -He iorousrlv.!wsU
ed bnJtheloiitiedI Wuestio'n's'of 'the davTand
is .powerful logician,-. UaNipMHentfi-iitftf
CreckinrTdge 'ticket in its true light. He
connectJthfl'rpoTemeuls of Yaucey,-and oh
er hot srjurs wiihtjaet.jinal action at Balti
more no l ablisbics-beyoua all Cdoubt that
it ir SmS ement rouTi'ssol ve" the'Union.T He
proves-that Doiglas is the , regular , nominee
Ot 'the 'Demctciatic parfy,.,'and convicts the
Democriiti pai'ly of Tennessee with favoring
on4nterventioa up to the secession at 1 Bal-'
timore.J;. To bur own -knowledgfe Col. Hop-'
kins ii.iurning Breckinridge men into Dong-?
las' men in every speech he makes.'
-"' Hod. R. B.' Brabson represented: Tr,6n?;i.
G.'Taylor, who was forced 16 be absent On
nccountof-8":cknesMn hl3 family; "phyihe
Union ticket. hCol. Brabsoa has had $n easy
time qfit; fortbe iunterrified" o rat of 3 have
been so busy-proving "bach other unworthy
of confldence, that tbey have not said much
in condemnation of the Union candidates.
Col. Brabson has met every point made
against BalVwith romptnea and? with eo tire
fatisfactlon. He has demonstrated Oh each
day, to a mathematical fiertainty, that the
Democracy being divided, Bell and Everett
are the only candidates with which o bedj;
the Black Republicans'. But' we "have not
space to; ejjurga. rWo have never seen- he
pesplrf soanxions 4q, kearihe whole' truth
as in this canvas. Every day this week there
has been a large crowd, and the tnajor portion
of themsit.for.five hours and giye each speak
er jindit)4l aUigtion!jI.iJ 'JLo lU Jl
We can say with truth that a more confi
de ht body of men we1 have never met than
those that 'support' Bell and Everett" And
we 'say with-' equal truth that we have not
met one single man, who was not of bur trav-
party who flelites that Bell wiil carry
this Sate: rEver since Ihe sbKtt kt Baltimore
we have' 'thought that Bell would' carry this
Statu. Jbyv 15,00a votes-biit 'nbvr.'e feel coh-;
strained to go 10,000 votes better. To onr
friend9-cVery"here we 6eudgreetlng;'ahd in
form thtm thati the mountains and V alleys
are for the pood and great native 'of Tennes-,
see, JoTtX I5eLi1 and the patriot of Massachu-!
seft,;E!waif EvKRKTT.rr-Chaliaiiooffa Gasetit. .
; ; The Skies Itrlciten;;'', '.
The logitf of our briUiant NeW York' cbn-
temporary,, ibei Jlerali,' continues': to amuse
us. ; We have Jield up but one idea, namely
that tho Union ticket would be the successful
one; and have constantly impressed upon our
friends'.here tie iaeviiable certainty, that
Bell and Everett won Id scarry most, of the
Southern States through the breach 1 ia the
Democratic : party, fhrougli S'outiiern. reac7
tion against the. disunionists at home, by its
clear national character, J aud Upon its' un
questionable and j superior " merits.' ; .' The
elections iu Jforth, 'parol! ua, Kentucky and
Missouri hare convinced the Herald that
Breckinridge has:,"no chance1," and that the
border slave States,: with Tcnneesee'j may be
set-down hs certain for Bell and 'Everett,
giving that ticket sixty Or seventy votes, and
excluding Mr. Douglas. from -the number of
candidates, should .the election, eo , to the
House.' 'i' ' J"!i " ' ;"'
: ..Thtreupou, i funnily- enough;- the Herald
urges, ag' it has- dne repeatedly before, ihW
withdrawal of all the Candidates, io order, to
make way. ioc the nomination of some new
conservative man. It is plain enough that
this recommendation isnoi the strict logical
deduction from the premises the Herald, or
frOra'the manifest turn of public sentiment,
Or frAm the evideht' facts of the case. .The
elections which have already indicated the
course of opinion, iu the States enumerated,
will undoubtedly followed by still more
decisive ction la ':tbu same 'direction. In a
word, there, is every reason to believe that
nearly every slave State will throw its vote
lor. Belt and.-' EjVeretC ' ' 'As this becomes more
and more palpable,, the influence ot such a
general disposition iU. react with tremend
ous power bpofl tbeXoftb." The "noccbance"
argument is already, effectually disposed of:
and with reviving courage will come a dod-
trtui tabvemenf in the North. "wilch will make
tbe only national JtakaUi now already before
the people, absolutely irresistible. The effect,
therefore, of the not unexpected tarn wb"dh
afTars a,re, taking at; the, South, will be to
mako the Union men cling more' steadfastly
to tb.. noble candidates they have proposed,
and.now-if never before; to proceed i their
honorable' course, with tvery, aasurauce of
triumphant UQceaalioMn Charter, Avg.Qtk.
.,,! - 1 ''. 1
We ore informed, thai Senator1 Toombs de
nies that be'said at Warrentoa last week that
Bell and. Douglas were as sound as himself.
PossiWy. the.eaatos mepjory if petter than
ours, espttefalfy "as we' took no" holes of his
r.ejuark-r.but .really, jvn think die ntasnot in
good condition to , recollect what he did say.
He seemed somewhat at a loss, and not quite'
attiiarsalCnad alsspnocb was series of invo-j
luuonsv sod be nouudered considerably, i Tq
bave-Bd-' ouarrel with' him. however.' tin in
our recol)ection of. wljajt be said, and are will-
lag to leayu me matter , with the crowd who,
beard, bin.. The impression was certainly
very vivid on our minds that he, soma way or)
another' conveyed, the idea of Douglas and!
liell s soundness, especially the . formerJ
thougbj hp tjhugjuX thtiir ifootriass were dani
gerous, ,) e nave learned that twenty, five pi
thirty Democrats wbo felt very niiich "in
dined to Douglas, but still had some misgiv
ifiE's. had all their doubts and fears removed
by the speech last Wednesday, and concluded;
thafifi?c4glas wweiich aff'rtprewnted byj
Mr. Toombs. .he was vrft exatwk tot them, audi
thev- therefore 4tensincd to support hfinj
TbeVevidajtly bi tt. Vf2M
his jwech,thas1.t didAuffiistS Chronic!. ' j
' Terrible Tbagedt On y esierday Josh
ua Ballard, a noted desperado, living near
Russellville, in this coanty, -armed himself
with a kind of axe, be bad made, of a cutting
box knife, went to tbe hou9 of Henderson
Horner, struck him on tbe shoulder and thigh
with the axe, wonndimr him so badly ; that he
I ia not expected td livev he then weirto the
uuuoe oi juris. Aoornsou, siruca ner witn tne
axe, wounding her severely, kicked one o
her children on tbe arm and broke it, struck
at Crocket t Cane,, on bif hurse and . cut
through the backbone of the horse.' A war
rant was got out, and he retreating to his
bouse, refused to be taken, the enraged crowd
broke, into his -honsf ; and instantl; killed
hinilhwas ahot in tiferitr-iT Jpja.ceswf
RogersviUeXlmn.y Sentinel, 11A.
Anotueb. At the barn of Daa Reed in
the lower end of this county; Mike Drew was
killed, by by Solomon: Northern, with acbif
: . 1 J '
are about these, Ttiey were . probably both
drinking. Drew struck Northern and was ma-j
kine at him i with a knife, Northern threw
chisel and struck him above the eye, kill
inz him instantly: .-' The affray occurred oi
Wednesday last, and Northern was com mi
ted to jail in thta place, on inursday,
RogenvilU Sentinel of the 11A.; ' , '
Mr. Saltonstall no irietnnselah.
.-I 1 -.. it,- -
A fire-eatins contemporary at NaEhville
(the American) is under great concern of mind''
for fear our .respected fellow-citizen .and!
neighbor, Mr. Lieverett baltonstall. was a
member of tbe Hartford Convention; and al-i
so a member ot opngress in lb40. Our con
temporary, having '"ailed to receive any re
sponse, to bis enquiries'? oa that subject, pro
ceeds to ask four or five other, questions of a
similar nature, and ends by a solemn warn
ing to Douglas men ?to beware, w? the wileB
of that shrewdest pf politiciani, John Bell.'J
Being of a compassionate temper, we are
disposed to relieve out Nashville contempo
rary from the distress of mind, under which
he labors, by returning a negative response
to every one of bis questions. - It is true we
cannot speak as an eye-witness,' not having
been ourselves a member of the' TJartf rd
Convention; but: as that body m-f ia 1S14,
and our friend and neighbor was b .m in 1824,
we incline to the .opinion that ' Ire was not
"thar." Sa, too, as to being a memb r of
Congress iff 1840. Our neighbor en'ered
Harvard Collge in that -same-year: Now
much of tbe eloqueocei QfppdgreBs;; .particu
larly on the fire-eating side of tbe house, is
decidedly pnnhomoiMnA.lj.biit irn thT nroh
heard that any person belonging to the fresh
man class, in any or onr colleges, was actu
ally a, member.' '.r'T.-vi ,f t '
f ,:And now"we: thmlt b'f it.Vceftain UoCd-
ment, called the Constitution of the United
States (of which our-Nashville contemporary
noB a very mean opinion, compared witn tne
Virginia resolutions of 179S,) requires a rep
resentative to, be twenty-five years old. t As
onr friend Saltonstall was bn sixteen years
old in 1 840, we'conclude!nnlehe,onmit
tee on elections were'guilty of gross neglect
of duty,) that be could not have been a mem
ber at that time. ' ' '- ' 'v.
Finally, as he never 'was a 'member of
Congress at any- time, be could not havebtjen
a;meaiberiai840i i ili.3
ii our isasnviiie disunionist friend will ex
ercise ; his vigorous logical powers ,;in the
track we uavt now pointed out to him, he
will, by a similar proce? of reaoonlnr.! be
able to show to the. satisfaction of the most
critical fire-eater, lhat.our worthy fellow-oit
izen was not concerned in Hie whiskey insur
rection, nor in Shay's rebellion', nor in Pon-'
way's Cabal, nor Jn the- Boston, tea-party, i;'
, nun nis.mind relieved trom the weight, ot
hia unanswered enquiries, our Nashville-con-4
temporary can now ealtnly renew ; his labors
on the Covode investigation, and prove that"
Mr. Buchanan is IheTuwt Wronged and patri
otic of Presidents and of nlen. Boston Contr
ierMuj. 6.. - ' . . .
Sioxificaxt Facts.A ieentemporary per
tinently remarks that;tbe' prndpar8tock-in,
trade of the democratic party in times pxst
was to charge abolitionism upon their South-,
em opponeu's, and prove it by citing tbe fact
that Alorace-Ureely was acting with-- them.
No doubt tbousands.swere .influenced. by thU
argument. " It" has7iudeed, been"lrriiideJ a'
strong point against John Bell that Uoraqe
Greeley on a certain occasion said something
complimentary of hinr.'The tables areitumed
now.' Breckinridge and Lane are not 9nJ
receiving.aid and comfort from the leading
black republicans aud their::organs in - the
North, but wo bavo the authority- of-tbe
Springfield (lll.W?y foe (he-assertion tbat
Lincoln tiunseu ne rtaiy aupwuniapaed me
making up of a Breckinridge electoral ticket
for that State, aod the admission of a leadirfg
republican paper that that party was contri
buting its money and fnfiiience t6 bolster njJ
the seceders iu. the .Noithj Turning .to the
South we find every disunionist, secessionist
and agitator in the whole country, from Yan
cey down, warmly supporting Breckinridge
and Lane". ; These are significant facts. '? The
in tellign u t. re ad pr w U 1. d c w, hli own co ncl u-
aionS-ZoUtotOVi' '-;:) -uij ol t-;i..iiJ .- :i a - - i n r r .
5 l- dt'UUi'U.Jiit ' -y ' i ! lii. I 1-J.U
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.:riI7' l . ' .A u: oi.j.
Xhe-crreat EastenFXlie president's
From the Baltimore Sun Aug. loth.l.
.:-: i v'-ni tftinhiiiH
Yesterday .the Great "Eastern steamship
htld a double attradtipnJ iu,, herself and tfye
preBeiiceof . the President of the United States
and distinguished party, '.consisting of Miss
Lade, the President's heice, Private Secretary'
Buchanan;. Mr., Toucey, Secretary of the Na-.
vy; Mr. Trescolly Assistant and- Acting Sec-:
retnrj of Stater Gen. Johnson j Quartermas
ter General JJ.L S. A'., and lady: Col. Taylor,
Assistant Commissary , , General ; '. , Pay master
General Leonard of the Army; Captain Lee,
otthe Navy, and lady;' Benj.' Ogle Tayloe;
Esq., and bidy; (Mr.'Tayloq : is', the' President
of the Bell and Everett Association ia Wash
ington, but a personal- friend of the Presi
dent)." Also 'Mrs. Secretary' Pobb and her
daughters; Mrs. George Riggs and daughters;
Major Alexander and daughter; Commission
er Blake; Col Emory1, of he cavalry; R. M.
McGraw and Mr, Brown of the Constitntiosj
and a number of other 'gentlemen and ladies.
As a matter of,ooure the ,rush of visitors
yesterday to the steahtbipibxeteaedi that ol
any previous day,' and the boatai of the bay
line and the trains upon the .Baltimore and
Ohio and Annapolis, .railroads carried down
as many passengers as they could well ac
commodate in all foma 5,000 passengers.
There ,were,i besides, the usual -number ot
boats conveying ' the outsida visitors, who
were content to pay for a cruise around .the
Great Eastern) and to appease theirJcuriosUy
by a stare at her black sides, towering masts,
and an eye measurement of, ner proportions.
The Pfesndent and partyleft' Washington
in the. 7:40. train, a special car r being appro
priated to their use by the railroad company
The president, it was remarked, appeared in
excellent health and humor. ,,
At the Annapolis Junction the visitors to
the Great Eastern, including the President
and. cbmpany changed cKrsi and arsived at
Annapolis' before poon. , The little propellpr
Annacosta, Capt. Philemon, received ,tle x
ecutive, . visitors and steamed for . the Great
Eastern. Her approach wasTecoghized by
a salute, of cannon cfromihe ! Great Eastern,
which , was returned .by., tba Annaoa-ta in
double quick time the crew of the govern.
meub Buipjyiuwyig m?u. wp?noriy:in load
ing and firing at least, , The President dined
on board the Great Eastern , and returned to
Annapolis in the AnnscoBtain the afternoon.1
After the departure, of. the; jPrefcidenf, ' thea
visitors thinned off.; it.'ii'' ' ,s ( ''
Altogether tbe visit of the President and
his party to the Great Eastern was of a most
happy aod agreeable' character; the officers' in
roanuaad'aad all- others reeelvtngtse-Cblef
Magistrate with the utmost cordiality; defer
ence and respeet. . s- i.-:. ii . s. ,
y Prior to-going on' board Jhb ship1, however,
it should be mentioned that Capt. G. S. Blakrt
superintendent -of the "Naval Academy j at
President, and his . friends at, his .rtaJdence
within the grounds ot the tnstltutioo, for aa
hoqr or more, in au elegant and refreshing
manner.'' Snbeequently, when',th4 iCqmpany
returned from tbe Great Eastern', they tar
ried for some time with Capt. Blake and bis
family,: invigorating fkemlvefjj fromTja
handsomely tet-but table. ' Lieutenants Wy
man and Wood,' Of the'Aeademy, joined with
CapL Blake in these courtesies.
At the dinner on board tbe Great Eastern,
which was laid ia a most beautiful and or
nately adorted saUonv.Ueh.CEpt Carnegan,
R. N., one of the directors, presided, -.with
the PrasJJrXft ifegone BMlindJS-4ne
oh the other.
"..The,;TiPda :4aly,i fliecntaed; Capti Catne
gan rose, and with a graceful reference to
tbe proprieties and pleasures of the occasion,;!
aye. the. toast, Jhe PreiideatDf thn.United!
.States," which was drunk standing. The)
President promptly responded, giving the!
sentiment, '.-To. tin iilustriaua sovere4gu ad;
excellent . lady, , Qaeen,. .Victoria," calling
forth pleasurable and approving demonstra-
XSK ,-'i Vi ''.',V'" v.-' ' '
' The Jne . band jo .the. moanluBe . was , dis
coursing eloquent naac and 1 0th the Presi
dent's -March and : "God eave(i the' jacen3
were given in succession a "'. .: m
The compary rising, tbe .table was then
second time. .tilled, , (the , saloon. nptiiavind
bjeajargrecpng ail at fie attiagj
oapu iiau, cemmsoaer oi laeirrettt t.ahieru,
taking the head of tbe table, with Mr. Tres
cott and Mr. Toucey on:either hancL : Judge
Mason, Collector of Balttrnore,;was also pre
sent, and toasted: tbe oflkers of ibe;v"Great
Eastern," which sentiment President. Buch
anan stepped forward to endorse, and to ex:
presir the hopej that the presentviefi qfjle
officers of the Great Eastern would not be
their last to the United States.
Capt. Hall happily but briefly responded.
He-f aid jthat he would not; have. considered
hfs experience complete, as a nautical man,
had he not visited America; and he hoped
sincerely that this would not be the last oc
casion op bichrhe-shauld hare, the pleasure
o fin"didg$ifakJ it.ihisnbbVD country. j
On the return to the Naval Academy,
Capt. HalL, yielding to - earnest ja citations.
accompanied the President and party, and
I indulged in undisguised expressions pfgreat
pleasure tie nan experiencea on tne occasion.
especially in his intercourse with the Chief
Magistrate.' -- -i ' ' i ..i'.:f . I
Salutes were again fired between the Great'
Eastern and Annacosta at the departure. The
American ensiga floated, all the while from
the mainmast of the great ship.
Tbe revenue cutter Allen, Captain Sands,
Win it cfT Asnapolis, fired the President's sa
lute of 21 guns as the Annacosta; first passed1
out into the fiream. ,4i
EVERY'; PRIZE WILL POSITIVELY
' " ; ; SKCOM) ; ; '; . ;
eat b istributijon
, I If : ' a t.ll'Kf i ;i iil't
. .in :'Ji.q lis: -!((, ij I H iuii'ft.')
VALUABLE GIFT S(!
!. i. S.
-( 1 i.i --- -'it.
Chartered by the State of Kentucky, i
BYE RS 1 & C L E ME NTS
. i fl Jy fi J J I Lil ii
Friday, October 19, 1860.
,si ' f. i ( a i i v r. :-i 11
I .CoQ. .; Mas n ili ceil ' T r i ra--!r.
-oiMsfiwia-'Priza-of .ooe,'''irjne 'Goii:,i'ti t!$Soi.
Hr, Buppy and Silver Mouuted' TUrntss $500, Oue
HiMewood Pianar $400, One Rosewood fiuuo $3s 200
JId nt':f?i!ver lver WiiU:hfei MiioiUceut Silver
Wre; Fine etiiua Ware,i!peutUd Jewelry, tsiiie Ftuaily
Bih?ps; Sc., kd: - ;J : -;, -;; .... . V .,
'A chance' to jipt one of these valuable 'prizes for
A l'aduraU, Ky., on FBJUUV, Uciob
I9tn, i860, ralrtt ttm management of a comiuiitue s
lecteI on that day Tjy ticket holders present. ,7 . '.'IU
'' AH hoMer of .tickets are requeite4 Ki aitoruL .
l-asr&lMl and pet aSclleliie uiil. iMtiJ 1 x&i r.iul
Addr.ftXfcjiftiiMKjfE!! y Uqm-o:9V
..1.-. Ill . tt
f- -1 i,v. i SlteriflPs Sale- .- .,;,.r i -
TV vu tue oC.yeDi. r..yo. 2023. tj me ah-erte. aid
"delivered from the Honorable Circuit Court 01 h'
vUUai:Oonntyv .Xejanes8, t its- Mar termi mo, I
vuU;, expose. to pablic mln, lo thfl' Ltpliest -bidder, frr
emd,.str; Ihe.'Court House Yard. fa" he: eRy of -Nasfti
ville, on Monday, the Si day of StHenitjpr '1860,vall
the right, title, claim, interest --ud estate, which P.
B. Coleman then had, or may have piucp acquiEed.viu
and to 1k following described' property.' 1zj Lotlo.
2 untj paut)f Shirers' Iot froutlug ZUKfmil ouliui
Street, and ruuniujf har k 1 feel to "an allege . and
boun.led m the West by TVm. Coft-fs lot, and oa. th
tist hr the Dorrte tot hi the 13lb, PUitrict of Davtdod
eomny, a little'Vest ;of CanitilJ Hill' tMlnw i,. 1..1
as tlia fiFoperty tt P: B. Coleman to satisfy a judc-
iiKuiv ucnu, ilu iv nrnrw u. n . iancT! ngnitist P.. K,
bisd W ftvororc. r. Xa'ucf against P Jr.
""' ' "3mS K. teMrtti,erur:
",a 'HrV: lVBoaiiieputy'jsheriOV
fcAnrl4- KI Pept 3
-i '-odoy'srAdy' Booie,Jforrfteml)et.',;)';: U! '.' Jx
'?ias Iylioi.kVXor ptuber 7
1 : VD'terMHi'B Lady's lagaafme,1 for Septeuibej1'.-' 'y
'Peterson's Lady's Magazine, for September.
Irving'8 Magazine, for August 25th.
i"t "w-als bvfl
(1?ETltfJON-S MAGAZINE,! for Septettiber. !' I
PETERSON" MAGA2IKE, fof .September:, f.,',','' J. " '
"J.r?.,4'WWby!'.'.Vi.1i.j ii.'-ij uun.x
joirx york & 00.; " J !i:
1 wtgftr: ;; -j ;-;;;.xy; ss r;ttion st u
.TEXNELSSEE STATE FAIR." 1
0PE?f3 ai ashvine.'Septenibcr 10th,' and contiiuies
during the week, $ipo eauU u ollered ftr. the
best Durban Bull, ViuoA italiou, Ko:d.ter Stalion and
Jack.' '. Besides kirire Dremiynis on. Pat Oiitliv. sut.i
jail the'leadihg' articles iu Uachiuery, Xanulaotorer's
mm nouiesuu, ueparimeDU. Uoiuuetition ,ia ooen. to
all .the States, . aud no fee U charged for entries wt ani-i
mals or articles. ' ' ,. r-ft . ,M
Programmes, will bo pent fre of rliWrra . tl nnv rtaat
- X Vnia 9n applieatioii,., P WLLUAllk
LOVE AND MARRIAGE.
A 'E W.ORK, njE-,
sighed to, interest, iu-.
struct anil . b e n e 0 jt
young persons .ol bah
' sexes, and all w ho' are
can4idates ' for matri
mony. Second 'edition.
. , revLsMi and, improved'.
CONTENT?. l.Maraiaee: 2. The first marriW- 3.
!Tle marriage vow: 4. Outht all uersons to marrv s
IMarriageable age; 6, Chousing a companiou; 1, Slarry
iiinr ftr wilth: 8, Marrying strangers; 9, Marrying'
mmimire; iu, jwmway-, maiMijs; lly Second marri
agef; tt-llptutis and irreligipii pursons jnler-irqrr-ing;
U, OCfphrciVTl omce'rs to officiate at the marriage
altarr 14j;F.t jnciagoj!; 3Lp.vek fira itight;
16, Inlvive; 17, Courtship; 18, Popping the questwn;.
lSylBrtOfedding day;;0, Appropriate ceremonlegj 21,
The '-Honey, iIo0..V , p I! M f
-ui. I'jouy uuurcBspast pi tm.iae rfcaption
of 25 rents in money or nostaee sLnnui: or five enniea
for one dollar.
Auare?s junior oi tne Tmct. Cookvi le.
Tennessee: ; .
W T t iJ-'! " J1o I .'Vsri :t.l iii' ti:m-i,.
O F E NA Gr A I N r
rpffi? Drns Str'rehtly'oAple'd' by 'tVEIxt
HOOPFJt ia again "open run d the large stock of
Drugs, Medicines,, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, mii indfei
every thing usually kept in Drug Stores. ill be eoldai
greatly reduced prices, cither ax wliolMuk. or rotii i,
i eloso. be bqsiuess of tbe ana.: . , it i a
! , ' . . ,i r! . . i .4. U. , UCDDLESTONV BocoU er. .i
,.t5-lrescriptiona put up at. any honr.nf tl.dn ion
niglit bj-experieuctid ITewruUHnjicis. i ,'....
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I.M It 'i-.t -'l
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; l..-kl txai . -.: ,r.1
, . Office "jXoTii. Coilese sltrceVJi
E. D.nmiTE; Aiet.
So Tinifr t Wail for' the !Km1ap f
ABOCT these times an children wtllatgroo Trun !!
-At any moment of day or night, they arc liable !
w uo uuura oj vuoiera motdus, ityeeiHtrr or Di- i
rrhooa. Npliniyjen to m4 tor H ioft-. 1 be
GrKfenberJ Dyfseulery'Byrup instantly p-lieves l 1
Msfe ouieaw Ho timny oagh to b without ft lnit' ?
aoai! lit pnwivUwsBbMwiyedthoosundstr vila-!
Ma lire ia . aaaeaies to tbe put few yearsj On !v '
O cents bottle-etxwgh .r whole ftmiry for Jj
wboUaeaseo. ;A (reb lot j oat receipt. . I - "
IIACIiEN21K a- JirsCIrTjSr.
mnst aapereed an oAen. ' " '!.,',
luwB-tf " ' llAClSTri-Jr 'CSix.1
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N A SH &
riy;s v R-'-A" nr. ceajg EiTf?,
A'O. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
OFFICE OF INSCRAXCE COMPANY OF TUS STATE OF VIRGINIA,
. , RHMOJfD. JciT 1, 1360 . .
STATEMENT of the Company at ths date, mn.le to comply with the laws f the State of Tennessee which re
quires : , . ' . . . . .
If U-jTk'l HiBrte locality W tlfo Company ; the Insurance Company of tbe State of Virginia, pf Richmond.
2ml Theauiouut of its Capital ftock three hundred thousand dollars. $300,000
, 3d The amount ol said Capital Stock paid in ; three hundred thousanddoiiU"lIlV."".I.I".".V".$3lW,0
Mil ice ans-in oi tne company mciuumg isi .- tne amount of Cash on haad and ia tbe ban. is of
" Agents aud other persons, on hand $4,426 35 ; in Agenu hands, $463 81 : '
2d the R$itEmu awoed by the Company and incumbered ; Now or uniucumborpd
j , S1 Boodfnvttjijhvlhe t'omany and how they are secured, with the rate of interest thereon
'$20,000 of the Bonds of the State of Tennessee, bearing 6 per cent, intenwt. met $1822 69. '
Bonds beariiig 6 per cent, interest, secured by Mortgage on Real Ftate wurth more than one
hundred it cent, more than tbe amount tnanext thereon $10150. BoD4sleaniiirlr'rrceDt.
interest secured ry Mortgage, on Keol ttate worm
..antuutt loaned threya $114,700; Bon t-i bwiiuj 0 per
ana ijuuk irom tweuiy-ure to uny live jxt cei
4tntjeter t;ie company, secured iy iiortgaje
btb. ttobtU? otnerwfc secured ...... . ."..'..-. .....i
6th. IVbts for Premiums . J
Tth ! & a A. &.ttwil lmi Cdlnw. . , 1 .... IJL.- Lt . -.
59.4--5S rl; inlerest accrued on Bond, 6. 34"
-Amount of Liabilities due or not due to Banks
Ail. T . .. . ; i ..1 .1 4
Losaev; luiiuMud and. dua.I T.T
8th. inadjusted about
( Sihl ' f ki su?ix-nse wait big furtherproof...
loio.-.iu wte otner alaiBi ag-iust itieComuativ..; .
11th. The greatest amount insured in. any uue risk.J
ll&r-'rue 9-eatit amociil allowed by the rate0 of th j
i..!4,-n4Ki nvNW..-,ww.,T VH UU UIllUU'lllKV u..wo nwi.v. . ' i inuinuu
inKtr ui-peuu mi uie size oi tne place ana tne cuantater or tne uiulumg., .. . , .
13. -The greater amount Allowed Iv be insured on an v one block Depeaife" on lif sit uat ku and
rharac lr of.4be ucildHigf: tLaciupoKe it . i f ' " " ' " '
14th The"acfof incorporatir-u of the Company samctas at lastement .". : V
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STATE OF VIRGINIA, It,,-:.. This oar personal appeared before me. a Notary rublto, fhr'the City of
f7T or RinmoXD. . A. " Richmond. BULLING W. n.tXALL, President, arid O. F. BRTSEE, Secre
taiV, of the Insurance Cbmpaoy f the State of Virciubi. and made oath that the written Ftatement ia correct.
Uireu under my hand, this 10th day of August, lS6o. j : iV--- - J. L.- APPER30N, N. I. -
''".ZT-''--X ..'' -',1:'.'" ;'! : V state of Tennessee, oouftboixxr-s officev..
""".V" '"' '. : " ' ' " I - xsHvojJt, Ang. 14, l!iO.
' This is trt certify, that the Insurance Company of -the Bute of Virginia located at Richmond, hi the State of
V irgiuia, has complied with all the requirements of tha Code, on the subject of Foreign Insurance Corporations
in Sections 1498 to 1507 inclusive, as well as the Act of 4th March, 1860. Chapter 215, Section 70, requiring a.
deposit with the Comptroller of twenty thoasand dollars of six per cent. Bond3 of the State. ... -And
that JOS.. NASH and W. J. MARR are the legally. authorized Agents of said Company in the city of Nash
ville, Slaio or Tonuessce. ,:J. , .-. . , .. ... "j '- '-v'j-W. J' '"rAP. Comi'1 '
. The Subscribers oontinuc to issu e and renew Polities and pay Losses for this reliable companv'.'
aug85-3w -, ,,. ..,,,) .'.-'j. c ; , j r. - NASH & MARR, Xa. 25 Cofiege Street'
: -; TU R1SII PS E E D;:y;
1 'AVDRETfTSTtinilp- Seed. -gnmmer and '-Whiter
Aj -Warranted fresh. Just recoivetf and for sals br-augl4-tf
RAINS, BROWN & CO. -"
,., FKU1T JARS.,.. ,
TONE a CO.S Fruit Jars for ftrie tr'-!'!
I i ir.
augl4-tf RAINS, BROWN
Fireworks ! 0 Fireworks
FLAGS AND TORCHES !
JOlT'LrrilJisTnion streetVlias 'now 'the -best as
aortmunt iu Nashville of- everything iu. the.' above
line, which will be sojd, wholesale and retail, as tow as
a good article yan btv taught, aaj-wherei! :The Twrchea
are something neJ,ahd Ihe best thing ever introduced
for polttietu process ions. - - , . .. augl4-tf
AUCTION SALEto'cocVrauuinU, TTtlS DAY
at JO o clock, by
- wigrt-i tr'jiJirilii ben. sHiaDS i co.fl
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs'lay, and Friday
Evenings,- Augu'-a 48th; 14ti,; ltH,'-tl, firfil 17th,
I860. Will open Miiiy. .'.ivA
Wolfstt DMrgert Crfai '.fiiilish.'Pxiibitioii,
FROM EGYPriAS HALL IONDON.
The largest; 'tuAst; la'skractive' atid- eachaaUtig RNbsbi
tiou in the Wwrirti i "J -- ivi.- . u :. x.:.
Three Mammoth Panorumasj
.-I J. I --'"! . il.lW.'i.. " 'j .' -r ii ,a -. l.rl" . . .
Tw MiVe LoriKi rcorering 70,000 yards of canvas,
representing the most reiuark,iblecueaa0a the face
of;he- frlobe.) i AU. three, shows -each .vniqg.
Tii'ese Iuoramas Cdmnaio wiUi. i miiii: : .i'I
And end with the summit of :- 1 ;
vanU 2 cents A
Dooi s" open-, at H o'cloclt; Panoramas m6T at 8
o'clock-' - : Ji.f W-; J K. 68ACE,
auglS-St. ' ' 1 A;ewt tMid-tfiriwcer.
AttTlOX. SHE j TO CLOSE ( OXSieiSEJTR.
S HX E1D 3 i CO.; -
WILL' sell on account f wliom 'ft w-r .otuicern,
a lot r Liquors,' Wineg, Groceries, lirpetiugs,
Furniture, White Lead Hard w are and' Sundries Ren
erallv, having orders "fo'clgse lota. Saij positive.
TeiyiiHKfcaU'ii 'J5(fJ i SlJl
... . .. BENJ. F..SH1ELDS; ft CO. ,
o . -i "'"Cetitratoonis tmnostteSewanOT Hotel.
;-'n1rt-t - ' ." .- ' --' I-
si - IMPORTERS ' "
- r ND ......
U. - i t-Hi W-.57ivJt-'? -T - - 2
-life. l-.'f -
t ll; .1 i1:iJU Vrit
: ( aiiiyri;-:i ". X
.- Or . D..
a,-.ai , rile nt 7 i jL i-. i-n liar, c"
i li: .-it nc i i',".
.v! t-U.V.t. r-0-.ile . AW '.-( .! .:u.i-;u;y J, t;H
' n : .
, Manufactiirers,1 of . Clothing.
Lt.z J. - !i v i i -ia; in iititj - -..i
ARE receiving, and will have -ownplete by tho20Ui
day, of August, a ERY ItRGE .ANO . EXTENrUVE
STOCK;, to which tbe a I ten lion of prompt buyers ia iu,-
vitca.,, y. ,..t i '.jt r. augiu-tuiootA
A Few Gentlemen' carf 'be' accoiftmodated with
Boarding in a pleasant part of the City, on rea
soaabla terma. tur-turthttF- tul urination, &pply at
this office. " . augll-tf
THE Lectures in this Department will commence on
the second MONDAY of November, 1860, and con
tinue until the first Monday of April, 1861. They wiU
embrace the various branches of the Civil Law, of the
Common Law, rind of Equity; Admiralty, Commercial,
International. and Constitatioaal I-aw, and the Juris
prudence of the United States. ' The Lectures will bo
delivered by four Professors : '
Hon.fTHEODORE II. McCALEB, IX. D., Professor of
Admiralty and lnternalHiaalLaw.
RANDLL HUNT, Profraeor of Commercial and Crimin-
lLawand the Law of Evidence.
CHRWUV OSFXR"S, LL. D., Professor of Civil Law.
ALFEED HENNEN,- rrofeapor, . of Constitutional and
-Cominnn Law, and Equity Jurisprudence
No city in ihe United States has the advantages
which New Ord aoq vofyses. tun tha raidy and perfect
acquirement of the Modern Languages. Good Board
oat be obtained as dln-ap txr tas in any 'other large
city In the Union: -
'All eonMBnutationa nuiBt be1' addressed ' to the Dean
of the Facullv, at New Orleans.
.iiiai' ejUiA'ii'A randfAl jtuirr,
,aut0-d&wt3dmia f., , Dean of the Faculty, .f;.
f ; d rss; ox xr tion
fflilK '.CS-THncri-ttU heretofora" exiting' between
A McCASy.ft STRADER'uitho ' u.,., .JZ,,,-,
Slieet Iron and Copper Business
iar dlssfil ved" Iry ftrtic les pf agreement, and the aflairs
'" i shall continue tlie same businets as heretoiTorWai,
Ltit: uiu euMiu,Kau buuuii & Kiuro Ul lue puoiic patruuiji
,D. S .TRADER.
i-wi i- .T
Ia 1S LOTS.
WMffriT atfoo4sjr rpisf liurcbasera the
XcilWwinx ileal tstaw;ii:
Lota Nob. 12 aud 13 on Pearl Street; 54 and 55 on
Washtngton stneet, each in Li H. Lantern Additiea to
Jiaabrilto, -, , i!t.t i ii:i: r-"t t,. t.-t i., .,.,i , .,,
Lots Noa. 6, 8t. 305 and lf feet af.J 336 ..ia Ewioa's'
Addition wvNaahv.UeaU uBimproved. .:n k . Ti
- Lots .'ta. 5,and J.oaKigh street,- 5a- tno Plan of
the Wilson Spring property. On each of these lota is.
a neat Brick House, U new : and occupied fcy i good
tenant..-.Ahiov 48 aorea of Land oa the-Tun.piKe
road, leading to,. Paradise HUL; about fuur miles from
thi eityv adjotnlng,,tJj:audai of Sam Cavce, Wj. Bj
fcw4og -ad others, and known, as t-belfcutoi idacaU
It wdl make a flne market garden. Call at once and
get bargama . HOBSON b WHELESS.
.JrtJiqW Qlifrtri,! K'noiioifd
I have oathe market the spiendil residence of Wes
tey Vi BuK8,'witn ts acres" Xand, wtiick baa beet
bemofore advertised and more deHtely- described.
I expect to put cta markia ItidncWkig Fall (of
which doe notice wUl be giyen) about 104 Lo Mi a
new addiUono.EilgejBeid,, , jg H0KiU.V4
- 'ft. r - 'V
!' !VIi 111 r-.i ,
Ladies' Frcncli Dress aii Pack-
. - iu.u.iiuuastl
n ww -m, wmmnmr
f 434 - College" Street i V, ". Z.
1 . J!.,t 1 1 i W frtnnfa
Liiijcs' auu uems' cine iruuas)
nAS j'efeivfd .additional nupilfe of, LvUm' Extra
jrnrobreas lYkr,t the afesf stjIA. Beet
Ei-glib. Sole Leather Steel Spring Trunks; Ladies
etf i:rrs. Eragteand, riW lip; Vainms, Bas,f?V,
aile aty Joyf, ptjCWt V ' i a "
-r!n , . i i, iii i ' '
'mnii-'i nrf-r '-'rn If." All t
-- ,VUAU 'l VlMJ t , IWAU I -
'OA! BARRELS'' Very fst' Coaf Oil just receivea
and for l u7 t
i t. rr gl!oo by the br-l
M AR R
IA JVasliTille, Tieunessee.
qver lorty-nie per ewot. more than the
cent, interest -secured, bjr .pledge x-CA
nt. interest .secured. tr Jiloiee c-CAatj "Ta
more than .'atif uj.itt ftfij
. . . . 1.. I ' -;
., j., . I ,n.l VfllM NViVMt frl. '. . . ,1.. -
or other CmliUJrs". .-
I Millii i, ' jt j. .
. . N'xie.
. . .None.
i;':'.-..'.':-..'l:1.' ;.'.:. .'ilt
Company to be insured in aay -Ky, town or
BO LI J SO W. HAXALL, President.
iMw F.KigEE, Secretary . ; .
The Largest Stock of
Ever Snipped to Nashville.
X$ now being received by the undersigned ,emhrae ing
every possible grade, at much lower flgurvs than for
ten Tears past.
I J.jhbers, as well aa dealers generally, are' invitod to
exrimiue my ' . . -
A4 I jwr
omise them bargains such as tbey have not had
(tx TEN YEARS.
-.- .' No. 44 Union street.
QJJN AND PISTOL MAKING.
v ..: i Franlt J. Bitterlicli, -.
"Xtf. W: Deaderick1 LsUtir l'p !' Stairs, t
-i'r'A "' '.-''.XASHvHXE, :TESS.?'-2'!-: '' "
TIAJTuTACrtTEEE A3TD DEALEE W , v
iiuns, miles and Vistols,
AH -work -war mated t he of the finest rurkiaaarhip
and of,the most superior quality. , , .,
MBl Beiialriu de in the best manner, and w
i,., ; j.,, ; ' , v ' n ,' ,- .
J.-ij; r.A . . . mm w-.:.; "-r'T
- -iii-i j.';.:-. ! ...! I ' I ! ij -- A - ,r
Sornething to suit the Times J !
x Hungarian Grass Seed.
JE N K I NiS
ft l.u r. -.-.i: SMt , AIAKKA.T.SlJtEfcT,- .,.,;.
,; NO: U, MARKXT SLRECT, ;
rf anticipation of a faj:ur m the FoddcY and. Corn
crepe, won 1 1 suggest the propriety of sowing Hun-,
g.iriau Gra8 Seed extensively, or whicU he has ' sliU
got a supply, Alsia sma.ll lot of , . " "'
v fllissowri 31illet,- i -
Which will mature in ft-6m 45 ta 50 DAYS. ': This arti
cle has been already tried this reason, aud ia highly
ri!Commenoed by Kiiue of our J)est. f:irmers."""" '
9eH..jiii:i i IHS iVi X MarkeStreet'j
GEA:UhE v PUEPAUATION!
.iir.i.i.r.i ho v,.. i.lji .i ....J
HELMBOIJl'S BUCHU for the Bladder.
JtaUfRMMV-g BWlflf for the Kidue) s : " . 1
HFJAIBoLirS BI C1U7 for the Urayel - ' " ' 1 - 1
HEf Aiaoum- WCHC 'fi thelropsy. ' -
HWtBttljrS BUCHtf- for Nervousness. : '
- MELMBOIAHS WAW for Tjoss or Metnory.' '' A
"HtliMBOUVS BUCHU lor Dimness of Vision " ' 1
! HELMBOtATS BUCHU far Diftlcnlt Breathing '' ' '
HKLMBOUl'S BfCHU for Weak Nerves.
- HKLMBOLIVS BI CHO for Universal Lassitnde '"
HELMBTiUVS BUCHU for Horror of Disease. -HEIilBOIjrS
BUCHU for Night Sweats
HKIAf M J)' BL'CIIU for Wakefulness. ' :.
-4m.MBlJ-.Sltta: for Dryneoaof km'
t HELilBOIJi S.BUCHO fnr rBlit tTOs.; , "5 - j r V
; HI3mUvSlBl-CHq.fr.J!Ui,utthelJa il "J
I1EI.MBOIJJ S BL'CIIU lbr.lleavmess of the Eyelid,
with Temporary Siill usation and Loss, of Sight.
HELM HOLD'S BfiCHU IM Mobukymnd Kcsllesr.-ncss,
with want of AttentHiB and Horror of SoctetVi (l -, i
" HELMBOIJi S BUCHO for Obstructions. 1 w
UEIJIBOLD-S BUCHU fur Jixcesses arising from Iu
discretion, and all diseases of
ir.i., FEMA LESFEMA LES-LfEMA lS ''
Ji Oft FOUXG SLYOIBi MMBRIED, OR CTtX
'' rEMPiUTlfG- MA HHIA GA,( - '
TA AT A? .va JrOafi PILLS. r7 ( .
til:d jrl uiifiv vrrt, . r
-XUT-2EIQF XO'A fA ti.
t f fiUfKfAUH OF SO AT AIL.
HELM BOLD-S-EXXRACT BUCHV
ZS HIE YEMZ BUST f Yif I, j,r-,
, i -...-. . . . REMEDY LX, THE. WORLD
For all oiQiptaints incident to tbe sexy w-hether arising
from indiscretion, habits of Dissipation, or in the
- ItBCtiJTE OR CHANGE OF LIFE.' ""
- SEE SYMTOMS ABOVE. '
-' ' - K0 FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT T7. ;: '
TAKH HO MORE BALSAM, MERCURY, OR UX-
I'LEASAXT MEDICINES FOR VNPLEAS-
A XT AND DAXOEROCS DISEASES
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCUt; T,,
i K.i i 1 3 - i i W.'.t: i-juW u ' ' ' U ill did i
; Cai4 Tii.A--U--
in afl their Stagw, '' -: ' '. ;; At little Expense;
Littlebr no change In Diet- 1 No meonvenieuce-
, :"ANl) NO EXPOSURE.' '
Use HELMt30Ll"S? EXTRACT BLXIITJ for Excesses
arising from habits indulged liv-: a .-. . . u :f
-1 ' BY TOUNO AND OLD, -'" - r i
.tr. a i
l.i.-..-...!r-- .. :.v .........
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation! . It
remove aM improper discharges;, and will retitore the
patient in a short time to a state of health and purity.
Use HEUlBOLD'a .EXTRACT BUCHU for diseases and
affections ff the muet distressing" character". ' , . " ,
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT 'Sl'CHU ftt all nlToc
tions and diseases of the " '
i,i;r,V fjlti f .;JJ-4 :tit' jj.- . f. .! ti
r.Vi' I tuu -..'ii yv.j'ii-.j-v :n,'..ii-i- - u . . ..i,.-. .
jThetlu?r .existing "in ." .' .,. J'.", ,'.'., ::,J' ,.,
...... .i.-.w,i tf,,t.c'. MJl i ,: r...:..:;: .;..,
. llilCtt" jajWI UH rail i i ll.'.u 1 HiiiH
From whatever cause originating and no matter of
-rtisa.U -yi: Uh .rn VrirW-: 4 1 ' '-i'"
.Eiiu.j.') .;liilo'-ri i3'i.iii:i;i ,
. An the above diseases and symptoms 'admit of the
An! ma1 I . .. : . , . . - . t
Miuciiuiuuiaiiwiu way vi imaie imm tne same cause.
1 " 1 REA D t ' REA D ! 1 ' REA Jr ''"''"
HELMBOLD'S' BCBITTf is safe and pleasant hi taste
and odor', bnt immediate in its action. '
Personallr appwred before me an ' Alderman of the
ciry of Philadelphia. H. T. HELM HOLD. Chemist, who.
being duly sworn, does say that hi preparation con
tains no narcotic, narcuryj or injurious drugs, bat is
purely vegctaoie. . -
i m ., . r i.i-.. r. ... . .
1. . n. l, iirjjuxjuj, roie pianuwciurer. t
...iii ix.-.. .v ..j. , tun auy m tj-
vember,1854.,.,ii- ti-t-ii-n. t iiu
WM. P. HJBBARD, AldernMtn.
Price, fl per bottlp, or six lor. f6, delivered to auy
address., . ,',''- . , '. .
' A Trial Cost, )ni:a;;DalIarTfyit V";
And be convinced of its elBcacy. And it Is accomion
ied by retale Sut rk4ti(isikit (rtidsUedtoai Profes
sors of Medical Colleges, Clergy men aud ol bera. , , , i
- - -i i Practical and Analytical Chemist, ;
ii ii- jootll Tenth street, below Chwuuut, . .
'ECR'SARY. fAUTION.fniould "unprincipled Deat
orssc Whii lr;anhs articlehlch-pays nbeuu
prolitnnd is worthless, ask for Helmbold a, take no
other. I - -- - " ' V. l i
- f -CITIES CrrAB.iXTEEP. . -
- oau.-.. A . ?- RACN'! k BROWy," -".,-.',
WlKdofaleand Baud AseutyKmthj-iMe,
Sold? f alf lrujcgiSts't-erywihbre:
KEEP!" 'INSURED " '
Si's. tl'.!. - i J
- i 25 .College Street.; - 'f t
A i eitl i;; for Old' and Reliable
-V 1 i. '- 'Companies. "-i
WITH AN AGGSEOATB CASH CAPITAL OP
t-tn4-i'i.Mi .f....r ' . . .. i. r..
$6 0, 0 0 0
STATE BONDS .TVimOMPTnOLLER.
1 fC f BCSEKUT GOOO CLEAN MILLET SEED,
AU UU by " ' " "J- A. JENKINS, .
A A.4? . i
Ko. 14 Soath AUrkst ilrst
6r . .
W. T, BERRY & CO.
HA V. JUST RECEIVED,
THE" TEJf YEARS' CONFLICT; being the rUsttTy
the Disruption of the Church of Scotland, ly Be
her Buchanan, D. IPl t vla. 8 vf( lujf c&B.
Portrai . . J i . .. f
!TTISmiZ'3J6rQJtlU)F THE JFSTIIa S ola .
8 to., hah calf. - -
FO?"8-ACTS 4sD ioNXMF-STsW; TaS-CliCK'H,
Sriili rortraicj aod Merarlrsi ombrmoliwS vil.,
vo , half Russia, f N
v Best edition nf the famous book ot Martyrs.
TODD'S LIFE OF CRAN.MES;j2yols,, 8vo.,elf.
PROVERBS OF ERASMUS ; two yolames in"oce,h5
, Calf-.".. .... . . " '".'Z,:'J - - "
F0SBR0KE3 ENCTCLOPEDIA pFi.NTIQUtnE5S:2
Tiilsl 4Ao, half morocco. ....--,, .' -. -: -" ,,v
roSBS ORE'S FOREIGS TYrOCRAPHY, an accoont
oTthe Ancient Remains ia Africa, Asia and F.u
- rope; rl, 4tov a l ''--. iA j--t 3
WRAlAIX'poSTHrMbuS MEMOIRS OF HIS OWii .
- .TIME; S vols. to., half calf; PortAita.' 1 "
MEM0XR4 OF-THE COURT of y a pip t vpoi N kttV
t ...9a"'fJcT vIackUi. (r rJAv
MAft bB STXEljg SRMiyY, t yX. In oSe'
BCLWER-3 yOVELSjniW er itiott, edited. by tUe na-
thor,20 ir,alf. rkh'--V
MARX A HiKJ-ORTH TALE ABt KOrEIA yol
r IS sWf naircalf.
SfXrrW (Sir WaUer.) MI3UEI.L.tNEOUS VstOSK
H'ORK; 23 vols., half calf. "..
SCOTT'S LIFE, by Lochhart; to halt calf .. .
srMTS PfismCAL WOBfCS; 10 vets., half call
SCOTT'S WAYERLY N0VL?; t8 rote hiU mo
rocco, .. ; . ". . . ,
CAMPBELL'S SPECIMEN OF THE BRITHH POETS,
with Biographical and Critical Notices: 7 oto..
CRABBS bicTION AKY OF GENERAiOWlJOKil.
ROSCOE'3 ITALIAN NOYlXISTS.rrom the"eirlie8t
period, 4 vols., half -oair, ;; -
ROSE'S NEW GENERAt BlCGRAPHicA4. ilCTlON A
BY, the articles contributed by the most eminent
' Scholars of the day, complete la U Tela.', 8vo
L 'calf.-'' --::- ..--.--.. - . - '-
WHEWELL ON THE TH tLOSOPHY OF DISCOV ERY
lZmo." " "" ' " " .
i !- ; !,..., '. W --' nil .1-.'
WHEW ELL'S HISTORY OV: TU LVDUCTIVB SO.
ENCES,S vols. 12mo. .4 3
MILL'S PRINCIPLES OT POLITICAL 5COXOMY:'
:;:vols., t'.. u.:.z v -ii ?..--...!....-.. .i -i l-.-i-,- - r-
CAMBRIPGE ESSAYFj S Tula.,
OXFORD PRIZE ESSAYS, 5 ToUv. ha morocco., "
OXf OED TRACTS FOR THE TIMES, youucalf. .. i
HELIQUES OF FATHER PKOCT.trol. ' i-w
BOiWORTHS ANGLO SAXON MOnONARY.l -
8 TO. i-ik-i t-J. ,'- ' '' '
STAUNTON'S CHES3 PRAXIS, a Siipplement to the.
' Chess-Player's hand-book, 1 vol.
D'AUBW.NE-S'HfSTORY OF THE REFORMATIO ,
new Edition, with numerous fine Portraits, 5 vols
half calf. , ;i .-
VTNETS KtCDIfS OP PASC.lt, t yol. 1 :"' "';";
LIFE OF JEAN PAUL RICHTER, together with bis
Aato-bkigrapby,' translated from the German. ,
1 ivoi. ' " ; ' - '; .
POETRY OF THE ANTWACOBIN, eouUuiing the
celubtitt ed PolittliCttlaad SaUrical Poents, Paro
dies and Jeuz D'Fpnt of Canning and others. X :
.VoL.j.Hiir i . .f.
L SONUS OF BERANGER, wilh a Sketch ol Liie'l
UieArms,'Arfs and Altera ture or IUly from 1440
'- 'tolRSO. '1 ydSmo.calK '' -
KULWEB'S POEMS AND DRAMAS, ota "'- ' ' - ' ' '
SHERIDEN ITNOVTL'-S' DIUMATIC VSOKSJ?', 'i vols
TALFOURIV DRAMAS, 1 yol. "
TAYLOH'S" HOI.Y Ii VING ASH vols
AiI.rrJppU5DTRI Nfl LEST,llTt.l; 't; I ;y
A PLAIN COMMENJARYtO' JHE OOSPEIi?,
. v .; i
A DECADE OF ITALIAN WOMEN, by 1 Adolphus
'. Trollopc, 3 vtOs.- ,";- - .1, ;j . . . ; !
IJUDERS OF THE REFOHMATION, Luther.Calrui..
Latimer and Knox ; by John Talloch. IX l.r . : (
k . T i
I . ! IV 1
Iff . r j
janeSe-tTtu -tars fVnJ ' - i Public Squntw.
T H JK H O W
,i n ii.,
. Their Superior ' ' Eeputation
Tailors, Boot and Shoe,
Harness and Carriage Makers
n,TDE.r FAMILY MACHINE -
M. . SJ ,J l'. J ; ' 4 J .. ..... j 5
" ' ' - " SEWS BOTH " ' ' 1
. . rC. t is : :i
Light and Keavy'Work,;
FROM THE ' ' " '
i' ru i.tiium'.
LIGHTEST TO THE HEAVIEST CIBjLEXT 1
ii ntii.U( i--si sprriAi:''"
Cash Premium - of $50.
j in- ,i ftoffiered to our PATRONS fi the ,;j .-i
iRcst Siiccluicu o Sewiii?
Exhibited at the next ANNUAL STATE FAIR, otnn
i roencaig September 10,1860. -
i t v
53 College Ftreet, Xaahville, Tenn. .1
! r. Ladies Shoes, and Cahers. ;w .4
LADIES line black Congress Gaiters, with heels;
"' . ; Lac .... j t.-4 j-. 1 :a
brown Cougress . " , . . j.
u 4 bl'k butuin " " .
t!.-.w.a ,t4 gllpperB wuh and without heels;
together with' other styles of Ladies' Misses' and
Children's shoes. tii , . . , -..i . j Ui
I ..j ,.iV..,.t:i-.!AXSO-r. ' -
A large and superior stock, of Gentlemen's wrar,'
consisting of . - - . -
Patent leather Gaiters and Strant Pnoes;'
' Can Congress) and Oxford Ties; - "'
KngCilf " " '-'- .-1
'- Laming-'" " .
Thn above goods are nil freah aaJ of the best qual
ity, and which wear olferiug at reduced prits.
Call at So. 21 Public Square.
inne7-f ; PNYDER It FRIZZFJA,
A . , t
Conger?) .jSalo on.
ATthi, New Kalooa on Market street, near Union
a snoatatLtia! 4
l X U,l- C II -;.!. ;:
will be regolariy set erery moruiagj al t cloclrt
and overy evening at o'clock. .-jan20-tr
... i.i., .... ' -'. -. 1 1. . -.. i-.. , j- , 1. . . -i,
, J . JM, as. HUMb
Johnson & ' Treanor,-
v BOOKj STATIONARY f . ;
' AND . , ' .
," pro. 6 Union Street, ... , .
kZ'l V : KASUTILLS, TXXXTSSXS.
J. Cholera, Flux, Dysentery, - V
NO family should without the dysentery Syr
op 4nhe Uousa.. Children nr dying daily troa
Bowel CanpUuBt, which this remedy nould promptly
er.-: - - :-.
' Debility froiu Heat. , . ,
WhDo the. Therntometer raeres rrr fto hy'lb
Shade, tbe Graefenberg HEALTH BTTTERS, wbick
cost 25c package, makes tbe best ttreng then ing
tonic In the world. . For 5 cants eao nutke half
gallon of these health giving Bitters, which aid tn
appetit, glT power to the constitution, regulate the
bowels and MRsnorn general debility. Now l the
season tor their us.
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