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FOR THE STATE AT UML
KAII.IK: l-KVTO.V, ol .Suii4...
. .'. TAVI.OK, of 'rtor.
KwK TUB lUaTRICTS.
1. J. V. DEADEEICK, of WusLin-ton.
' 2. O.P. TEMPLE, of Kio.x.
3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of j.cMi.'n.
4. S. S. STANTON, of Smith.
5. E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson.
C. WM. F. KE11CIJEVAL, of Lincoln.
7. JOHN C. BROWN, or Giles.
. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
ALYLN IIAWKIXS,of Cam II.
10. Ii. IX. NAIiORS, of Sht-ll.T.
Central Elftnllvr Comniillrf.
Edwiv H. Ewixo, Neili. i-?- Dkowx. Alu.
A. Hall, P. V. Max kt. Jph Lelltktt,
John IL Caixexulr. LtoKAtil If. IIakhi
sox. TUESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4. J60.
Th-? great revolution in th1 piblrc si-nti-li;e:it
of the Northern States, fi .jm s-eiionul-i-ui
to national Uniotusm. which i ni.w so
iaanifestly iu progress, has startl--d the lie
publican leaders, and caused l!nm to turn
their concentrated etfrits against Pki.i. and
Evkreit. Knowing that if the tide which is
setting r- ttrougly iu that dirretiou i t ot
checked, their party wii! be ovcrwhelmel i i
d. feat, they are earnestly di.-parjging tic
strength of the Union ticket iu the South,
and endeavoring to rally their section to
Lincoln to defeat Southern Sectionalism.
We tiud a note-worthy iu.-lanee of this in the
Philadelphia Xortlt American S,- U. S. Gazette.
of the 30th ult. an instance which i--tbir
more extraordinary because that Journal lias
rep.-utedly, up to within a bite iw.rird, pre
served a tone and demeanor utirely above
tie- grorS perversions aud mif-n prestiitalions
in4ued by the less scrupulous of its cola
l.orers in the Ucpublicau caue. Thi article to
which we rtl-r is anestipjutc of -the Elector
al vote of Southern State." aud displays an
ignorance of existing facts, or a disregaid of
the truth, altogether out of keeping w ith the
general character of the Xorth Amtrwn S? I'. S
Gazette. The writer says that in Arkansas probably
no Driiaud Everett electoral ticket will be
Tar., and if run it could not get one tenth of
the vote ol the State. He should have know n
.h-it there is already such a ticket iu Aikau--as
that the electors are making a tno.-t vig
orous and ffective canvass, and that the or
gamzauon oi tue party is belter now than it
ha. been for many years. The divisions of
the democracy are wide-spread aud irr. coiici!
iibe. And whatever may be the result, the
i niou party will make an eilort worthvof
the cause, and worthy the earnest sympa
thy ot all lovers of the Union and goo.
VI Alissiseippi. the writer sayr "a Slate
which has scarcely ai Oppostion organi.a-
uoa in it for years, which has no newspapers
on thai side, no machinery, no discuion and
nothing which leads to the belief that oven a
nucleus of a L'eli. organization will lie form.
Yet the Union party in that Slate have
ii-i d iuu i-.iimiai lluhei IU llie Uei'l lor
many weeks, composed of some of the ablest
men in the State, several very abb? political
journals "on . that kide' and discussions
daily. DociiLAS ahio has an electoral ticket,
which will carry a considerable vote iu the
Northern section of the State. all which is
w holly ignortd by our Philadelphia contem
porary. y Next is Alabama of which the w liter pro
ceeds to say, that the most that is said against
the Buchanan side is by two or three lold
organs of Doiolas, and that -if a perfect fu
sion of Deli, and Doit.las men were made,
. it wculd still lose the State by lo.OOv) votes."
There U not an intelligent mau in Alabama,
of any party, who will indorse that estimate.
There are some twelve or fifteen eflcctive
- newspaper devoted to the cause of Bei.l ami
Evekett. Both the wings of democracy have
electoral tickets, aDd we hate but little
doubt that a plurality will stand up to the
Constitution and the Union, notwithstanding
the iotent but baleful intluence of iMr. Yav-
-In Florida," the writer savs. -B-i. 'hnin.V
:ii9jority was afwut l.VM), since which time
t her? had been uo orgauized opposition, all
contests have been between regular aud in
dependent democrats."' Yet the Opposition
i l Florida has never been as well and thor
oughly organized since as they are at
s Ihis moment. They have very able and pop
ular candidates for Governor, electors and
member of Congress, who are discussing the
issues of the canvass all over the Sf He. w ith
great power aud zeal.
" Oar contempoarry says that '-it is a great
concession to place North Carolina io the
doubtful Jut"' totally ignoring the fact that
, it U an old Whig Stale, and, iu the late Gub-
eroatorial election, reduced the majority for
Buchanan nearly one' half. The issue con
cerning slave taxation took au unusual proni
.intncc, aad on that issue many of the friends
of Bell aud Everett, we are assured, cither
refused to vote at all or voted for Ellis.
. Of Virginia the writer, still oblivious to
the tritb, says, -All the active men of the
old Whi party long since went over to the
. - deoiocrats, or o'Jt of pa lie life, and there is no
organization to build upon at so short a uo-tice.-
For tLio absurd statement there is no
khadovr or gronud. Air. Bitiianan'.s mnjori
ty there was 23.336, and in the last general
State election Goooix cat that majority down
to o o',0. The Opposition last year was ne
er better organized since and that or
ganization exists now in all its completeness.
The late proceedings at CharlotUville and
t Staunton show how wide apart re the two
wiags or the Democrecy,and none of the or
gans or either are shameless euongh to claim
a triumph in the present conditioner the
pirty. Tho success ol the Bell and Evekett
ticket is now virtually conceded on all hands.
Our contemporary continues, "Tennessee
will, in all probability, disgrace itself by vo
ting for Brlcklneiikje. There is no division
in i'aTor of Dot ulas there, and perfect unity
pervades the democratic organization." The
information herein vouchsafed is as fresh as a
breeze from the North Pole. Bat it Li uo
greater perversion than the other statements
oi the article. The Union sentiment iu Ten
nessee is overwhelming, 'and Mr. Beij. could
t cury the Stata against all opposition ; and
t' speak ol the democracy aa a unit, when
tiieie u a regular Doiulas electoral ticket
in the field, and his champions are ineetiug
their adversaries every day in debate, and
have been for a month past, while their or
gans constantly herald tbeir triumphs, passes
port; the grab, mirf prcKcuttttionH of tins ar
ticle in question iu detail. What we have
said is utaply .-ufficient to eliicretlit the whole.
And we dimply Lave this to add: The na
tional, cuusexvaiiv.', Union men of the South
are 'doia'p their whole duty for theii whole
Coiinfry. Thf-y are contesting every inch of
ground with the rihuuiouists of the South, jtuil
the dtuiagogUL-s and corrupt ionisU evtry
where,' 'Tht-y have electoral ticket?, or will
Lave, in every State of the South except in
outh Carolina, where the people are not
permitted to cast their own voles fur electors.
They-rcgard the itrcbent as probably the fiuul
contebt between nationality and sit-ti'Jiinlisut-The
decision of this struggle decide tb ifate
of the Union, either now or presently. The
Union Jtrtitituenl of tip-' South ie yet iu llie
u.-ecinl.iiit. and we coiifidt ntly expect t viii
dicate our devolrou to the Cn-ti!uliou and
the Union a they are, by the re.-ult iiNo-
iicmbcr. The only way to prevent it is that
pur-in-d by the Xurth Amtriatn if Guzitte, in
eud'.-avoiing to discredit th?i conservatism of
the South, and thus bring about a union of
tht sections on sectional platform, in "irre
pre.si'j! e conflict."' We of the South are de
termined to rtaud by our nationality, at lea-tf
and we cail upon the conservatism of the
N'rtth to t:ii;dwith us, notwithstanding the
ewl conii.-el. and false representations of sec
tional leaders. H' Pennsylvania yn, give u.i
u reasonable assurunce that she will give her
vote to BtLi.iitnl EvKRKTT we will pledge one
Lulf the outheMi States, and if the uou-slave-Lolding-
Slater will show a that they will
give Mr. Bkix revtuty-tive electoral votes,
we will give the rest required l elect him
triumphantly by the pjopte. We make. thi
jtromisc with a full unJcTrtenaiog of the cou
dition of things h.-re, aad wc feci that we
should b entirely saf. in going still further.
Wc have lailh in the homsfy aud jidt ritim
of the people North and South, aud il we can
but concentrate the Union-loving, Constitution-abiding,
Law-olwyiujr masses ol both sec-ti'Ui.-r
into one solid phalanx under tfio banner
ol I'iKi.i. and Evkbktt, it will be sufficient to
overturn and ietn'li-h all enemies of llie
Union ol every name and degree everywhere
I nter Irom Walker's 2 x till ion.
l-lmisratioit I rout tlie tow u of I riixillo
The brig Creole, Capl. Foil bister, arrived
at this port last evening from Ruatau island,
the 17th inst. She reports that the bark Ac
tive, -i small coa.-tef which plies between the
Bay Iland and mainland, arrived at Port
McDonald late iu the evening ot the 15th,
from Truxillo, briuging "a load of passeu
gero and woid that the town was to be at
tacked that night by a strong force from
aback ti. e.. the country around.) The bark
Carib is expected over to-day with other pas
sengers." Upon inquiry, w e b aru this in explanation:
that the lrieuds of Guardiola had assembled
inconsiderable, but by no means threatening
numbers, outside the city, soon alter Walker
took possession of it, for the declared purpose
of attacking it. This frightened a great many
ignorant and timid people, who upoiied to
General Walker for protection, aud the Gen
eral, iu order to reassure them, told them
tht-y had better go over to liaatau Island,
where they would ctrtainly be safe. Aud
taking him at his word, they had actually
proceeded thither, as stated, iu considerable
Nevertheless, we are assured on the lest
authority thit it was all a false alarm, that
no attack was really meditated upon the
town, and that iu auy case which seems orob-
able, Walker, from his posit iou and the means
at Ins disposal, would be able to make at all
times the uiost suscts.-ful defence.
Furthermore, we learn trom Tru.ill- that
the city remained, up to the 15th inst., per
fectly quiet, iu the possession of Walker;
that the guns had been all remounted on the
forts in splendid style; that the ler-t health
and di.-cipliue prevailed iu the army, and
that, so lar lioiu having apprehensions of an
attack, all the men were looking forward
with high hojes to an expedition to Coina
yagua. the capital, where they expected to
meet Cabanas, or other leaders of the Liberal
From Kuatan there is nothing new. and
from the Belize. Briti.-h Honduras, whence
the Creole origiually sailed, nothing but this,
that Walker's lauding at Truxillo had crea
ted no incitement whatever, nor was it likely
that it would in any way engage the atten
tion of the Driti.-h authorities.
Our next news from the expedition w ill
probably be by the schooner Toucey. which
mav now be expecb-d uTe at auv moment.
X. . Pi.:, f ,.:!.
Pmmrhkk or Walker's Fi:iems The
scbr. John A. Taylor, Capt. Lombard, sailed
from this port, last evening, for Kuatan Is
land, with merchandize reported elsewhere.
She had on hoard, also, a number ol pa.-seti-
g-rs, tru nds ol alker, tor I ruxulo. Hondu
ras, who go out in the moid peaeable manner,
most of taem on special invitation, anil with
the expectuliou of being engaged in the civil
department ol his new government. We may
add, even, that st'Die of them will probably,
upon their arrival, be iuvited to portfolios i-'!
the new cabinet. Aud in this connection we
are as-surLd that it is the intention of Walker,
so soon as !) shall have put htmell fully tu
ropijri with the supporters of the Literal
party ol Honduras, to establish a government
which' have an eye single to the p- -e and
prosperity of the country.
Ot course alker ?; ultimate Destination is
Nicaragua, but the cause of the Literal
part? of Honduras, and, indeed, of all the
Slates ol Ceutral America, is one and the
same. A". O. Pirwune. Aua. 31i.
J" ul Mexico. The Keeeut Olrtt-
cully at Vera Cm.
The Havana papers, announcing the arri
val iu that city of Maj. Azcarraga, of the
Captain-General's stall, who recently passed
through this city as hearer cf dispatches from
the Spanish Legation iu Mexico, give about
the same account of the trouble at Vera Cruz
that we have already published.
The difficulty grew out of the capture of
the Spanish brig Maria Concepciou. which
constituted u part of the Marin expedition to
the Mexican coast, the last winter. The cap
tain aud crew had a fair and speedy trial in
the courts at Veia Cruz, at the earnest re
quest ot the Spanish cemmauder at Sacrt
ticios, and were acquitted. They afterwards
went on board the Spauish frigate, Bereu
gnela, where they were at last accounts.
The civil suit, in reclamation of the vessel
herself aud damages for her seizure aad de
tention, had not, however, been decided at
last accounts, and il seems to have been a
general opinion that there was no dispositiou
on the part ot the Constitutional Government
!o bring it to a sjocdy determination. It was,
iu consequence of the Spanish commander,
passed on the Dili, the peremptory note to the
President demanding the reftitutiou withiu
the space of three days. The Havana Dinrio
dt la Mitrina says of the w hole affair:
"The Government of her Majesty has not
recognized, nor can it recognize in that at
Vera Cruz the right to seize the vessel iu
question. Nevertheless, it has desired to give
in this case, as in so many others, unequivo
cal evidences tt the Mexican people of the
consideration e'ue (beni ou account of the
bonds which once bound them and still biud
them to Spain. TLe.xi considerations, how
ever, cannot be allowed to stand in the way
of our demanding that immediate satisfaction
due the rights, honor and interests of Spain,
aud hence the reclamations to which we al
lude, and which have inspired the people of
Vera Cruz with the fear of an attack from
Things have not arrived -I this pass yet;
nevertheless, we are of the couvictiou that
this will be lhc; not distant termination of
the question, if the Government of Vera Cruz
does not sjKiedily show itself as judicious in
respect to the vessel in dispute, aud the sat
isfaction due for the act of seizure, as it was
iu delivering up at once the captain and her
crew, aud quashnig the indictments."
From this it would appear that the decision
of the court of Vera Cruz, if adverse, will not
be satisfactory to the Spanbb Government,
aud that it has already determined to press
the restitution of the vessel and reclamations
for the seizure, by force of arms, ir necessary.
There is no reason, however, to believe that
there will be resort to this last argument till
the llonw Government is further heard Irom.
X. t. Picayune, Auy. 31. - -s . . .
.'".Kenneth Rayxob. A report has beeu cir
culating for some ktime past, that Kenneth
Ray nor, of North Carolina, baa announced
Lis intention to support the democratic party.
That gentleman has now written a lengthy
letter, la which he states that he is committed
OFB COKBESPttUKM E.
OiKMFKsvtLI,., Giles Co., Teun., I
. i August 28Ji, 18CU... fj
EuiToits ok the Patkiot: The Electors for
bt?U and Everett and Breckinridge aud Lane
ia this district ojeud the canvass at this
place to-day. Mr. Cox, the Yaueey-Breckin-
ridge Elector, made the opening speech.
Nearly his entire hour was consumed in de
nouncing Mr. Bell. He charged that he bad
been on all sides or all questions, . Joe., Arc.
imde precisely the came charges, that have
been made against all of our candidates, from
the. great Clay to thcpresent, substituting
Mr. Bell's name for Clay. and Others. Oar
gallant and faleuted Brown answered him
in a manner that, will Ml at Vie ballU-hoz.
Should the victory le b complete through
out the State as this one for Bell and EveretU
Ihero will Ie a gain of 20,000 volis.' Being
but a plaiu farmer, and not professing tor be
posted politically, and' never-having written
apolitical communication (nor should I how,
but seeing a talented lawyer, with a fruitful
imagination, who is said to be here on pur
pose to report Mr. Cox'b speech, aud not be
ing wiling to have it go before the people rt
piii?. I shall in my way endeavor to' give
you the main points -not pretending to give
the exact words.
Mr. Brown, in substance, said: ' There are
wow tour candidate's tor the Presidency; of
t'wse Ced. B'-ll is the only one who never
slowl on a sectional platform who nerer
pandered to sectional .prejudice's who never
stood ou a double-meaning platform to get
one office, aud then got. off Jo get another
office! He isi the only man who, with nearly
half a century's service, has nothing to re
tract, aud whose record alone, is so noble,
national and patriotic, as to be enough for a
platform, enough for a patriot, enough for the
peace of his country, aud enough for a Presi
dent. He admitted tlmt Maj. Breckinridge
was sound on the vexed question (of slave
ry,) but, unfortunately for him now, ai;d his
prospects' hereafter, he had' permitted himself
to be made a tool of by the disnnioufets, for
nearly tbe whole Intdy of the aiutctd disunion
it's (except Wendell Phillips, Garrisou &
C.,) are iu the ranks of the seceders. It is
known that tlie leading Breckinridge demo
crats of the eotlen States especially, have
openly declared that the eiectiou of a black
republican is jutt cuum for disunion. Here,
then, we have a party which bos openly de
clared beforehand that il will subve-t the ballot-box
with the sword, aud will declare an
election void which is net in accordance with
its wishes, and which at the same time is
tending to preniuce that very evcut. How
cau any reflecting mau avoid the conclusion,
then, that this seceding movement is really
to all inteuts and purposes, a disunion move
ment. So that, whether intentionally, or un
intentionally, this party is really aud essen
tially a disunion party, aud no mau can shut
his eyes the fact. Claimiug to be the Xu-
lional Democratic pari y, it has abandoned three-
fourths of the membership of that party aud
set up for itself with the sole battle-cry, in
this contest, of Federal protection to slavery
in the Territories, tclan tuctssarif, notwith
standing its whole discordant Cincinnati
plaltorm. Cuba, Pacific R. R.. Ac, &c. Cast
ing aside all issues, even of its own platform,
il is devoted solely to the attempt to get
votes upon the simple declaration, which
scarcely any one heie denies, that it is the
right aud duly of this government, aud
of all governments, to protect the prop
erty of the citizen when called upon, and
wherever its constitutional authority ex
tends. Is this sufficient cause, under the cir
cumstances, to justify any party in dividing
and distracting the South and the country,
aud jeopardising the existeuce of our govern
ment? The parly, then, which has hitherto
boasted of being the only party that could
preserve the Union, and as being the "only
hope of the South." can do uothiug. What
ought, good men aud patriots everywhere to
do? The democratic party could barely sue
eeed when firmly united; what, then, cau it
do, divided? Neither wing of it stands the
shadow of a chance. The duty of the South
is clear. As the whigs aud conservatives ral
lied to the support of Mr. Buchanan, in 1850,
to defeat Mr. Fretnouf, knowing their own
party was tht it unable' to do it, ought not
these same old whigs and conservative dem
ocrats now to rally around Bell and Everett?
All acknowledge them to be the only na
tional candidate's, representing the only na
tional party, and, excepttug Lincoln and
Hamlin, the only candidates standing any
chance !' election. Democrats, do you love
this Uniou, aud would you see its constitu
tion preserved? Then rally to the support of
Bell and Everett. Give them our support.
Throw on" the party shackles aud come for
ward like freemen aud patriots and stand by
tin: Uniou, the Constitution and the Enforce
ment of the Laws. If Bell aud Fverettare
elected it will not be a whig victory, nor an
Americau victory, but a glorious Uniou vic
tory, gaiue-d by democrats, whigs, Americans
and conservatives, of which all may proudly
boast. Let us, then, have a uniou of hands,
a union of hearts and a uniou of effort, and
secure the perpetuity of the Union."
Ei.ktox, Giles Co., Texx.
Thursday, Aug. th,30 ISou. f
EJtiuts of (he Patriot: I have just returned
home from listening to the discussion which
took place here this tlay between Messrs. J
C. Browu and N. N. Cox, candidates for elec
tor in this district.
The discntsion was opened by Mr. Biown,
who, iu a speech of au hour and a quarter,
iu a dignified aud statesmanlike manner dis
cussed the only real issue of the day. He
traced back the origin" of the secession niove-'
meut to the Nullifiers of the South Carolina
school, through all their cunningly devised
schemes to force the issue of Uuiou or Dis
union upon the couutry, down to the present
time, wheu the masterspirits of secession ap
peared as actors in the drama, which enacted
at Charleston. Baltimore and Richmond, re
sulted 111 the disruption of the Democratic
party, aud the placiag before the country of
a Southern sectional ticket with Breckiii.
ridge aad Laue at its head. Mr. Brown
throughout sustained his high character for
fairness, conservatism, patriotism and en
lightened statesmanship. His time having
expired he was followed by his competitor,
of whom it may be truly said, be did as well
as he knew how. While to Mr. Cox may be
truly accorded zeal, energy aud Jmtred of
Bell, it catinot be said that he exhibited
much enlightenment upon the great issues
of the day. He did not pretend to disenss
the evidences brought forward by Mr. B . in
regard to the machinations of the secession
ists but denied them generally. lie denounced
S. A. Douglas in unmeasured terms, and ridi
culed the idea of considering him (Douglas),
a democrat. He ridiculed the idea of com
promise for the sake of anion, and while he
denied that be was lor a dissolution of the
Union, said that be would contend for every
iuch of his rights iu the Union in every law
ful way, and if necessary with the -knife to
the hilt." lie-read the 'Montgomery Lea
gue" as printed ia Yaucey's Memphis speech,
and endorsed it. He endeavored to escape he
responsibility which rests upon the seceders
from the national democracy for following
Yancey by saying Yaucey is not a candidate
for the Presidency. v I
" Having thus summarily disposed "of the
great issues ia the canvass, he pitched into
John Bell with a good wilL Taking a gallop
ing pace in the recitation of bis lerson, he
held cp John Bell as a man to be scorned,
said bud leci on all sides of every
question for every great man in the coun
try ir,d'agHjrvt them- by turns. -To prove
these things he read from the Cunyrasional
Globe the same garbled extracts, which have
recently.appeared iu thNashvilleWM and
Amercajifl isurthy JoJ'aioU; that 31 n
said that he would not join issue with any
6ue oulhVqiristroiror' the recepliou'br abo-'
Jition pelitious byt Congress ..but he condem
ned Mr. Bell iu unmeasured terms for having
at one time voted against their reception and
afterwards voti to rescind the 21f rule of
the Pou.se. .' In short, ia a style newt peculiar
and Qixonini, ; he lampooned Mr. Bell, much
to the amu-emetit of the. whole crowd : with
out distinction of party, aud when he sat
down, I think the Uuiou men felt that he had
done their cause much good service, while
the exhibition of ludicrous ideas was refresh
ing to all present,' as he progressed in' his
speeeh the kuowiug tmes ot the Breckin
ridgers looked chop-fallen and disappointed,
mid the Bell men laughed loudest and longest.
Mr. Brown iu bis reply in a dignified man
ner answered every charge made by Mr. C.
which his time permitted. He told Mr. Cox
that his denunciations of Mr. Bell gave rise
to au impression that he (Cox), uita.Mr.
Beil, and that he ought to be more moderate,
for before November he might Bud that to
defeat 'Lincoln he should have to Vote for
Bell. - .' .
Mr. Cox iu his rejoinder charged Mr. Browu
with not answering some of bis iuterroga
tories. Mr. Browu i i hi i seat told him that
he could answer and would have answered
every point attempted to be. made against
Mr. Bell, had not his time expired.',
In answer to Mr. Brown's expression of a
suspiciou that he (Cox) hated Mr. Bell per
sonally, Mr. Cox said, "Yes I do hate him.
Nobody likes him veil uiost of his cwu
party hate him. lit' nut dominated out of
compliment, aud not that it was anticipated
that he would be elected, i never expect to
be w ith Jobu Bell at any time or any where,
except I meet him in h II."
We all, ol all parties, had good hearty
laughing, without having auy money to pay
lor it, and the Constitutional Union men re
tired well pleased with the day's work. -We
are iu the minority here ia this corner of
Giles, but expect to work ruithfully in the
cause of our country, aud have determined
to form a Bell aud Everett Club at an early
day. ' ,
All honor to our noble, dignified, patriotic
John C. Brown. You will hear good news
from his district iu November uext.
A Max who loves Joux Bell.
i Lyxf-H Law. A fellowr named Leu. Payne
was recently arrested at Talladega, Ala,, on
a charge of conspiracy to incite slaves to in
surrection. A number of slaves had leen ex
amined, and their confession implicated
Payxe and another white fellow, both of
whom were committed io jail. On the night
of the 28th nit. citizens ot Talladega went to
the jail, and haviug, by stratagem, got the
jailor in their power, forced him to give them
the key to Payne's cell. They then took
Payxe out and hung him. The negroes, in
their confession, state the plot was to assem
ble in Talladega at night about the 15th of
September, parties were to be stationed at
each house to fire them at a concerted signal,
and to murder the inmates as they came out.
This was a most diabolical plot, and if there
was proof that Payne instigated it, be de
served bis fate.
Doireii. as MKETi.i. We see it announc!
that there will le a Douglas Meeting at Col
umbia on the 11th inst. Hon. W. T. Brown,
of Memphis, an I others, are to speak on the
Lkvkreit Saltoxstall. A pert writer in
an Atlanta paper undertakes to depy Mr.
Yaucey's assertiou that Levcrett SaltoaafalL
was a member of Congress about the time?
he entered that body. A glance at the re
cord shows he wa3 a member frotu 3Ia'sachu
sotts from lS39,to 1843,inclusive. . .
.3Will that paper inform its correspon
dent? Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser. ,
The Atlanta paper's correspondent is bet
ter posted thitu cither Mr. Yancey cr tha
Advertiser. ' The Leverett Saltoxstall whe
was a member of Congress from Massachu
setts "from lfi',0 to 1S13, inclusive," has
-shuftted off this mortal coil" long ago. Ot
course, then, he cannot be, as Mr. Yaxcey
charged, the member of the Boston Bell and
Everett Committee who has written several
letters recently about Mr. Everett. As wo
have several times stated, the Lev'ekett Sal
toxstall of to-day is a young man and baa
never been a member of Congress.
Democratic State Convention
The regular Douglas State Convention of
North Carolina assembled at Raliegb on the
30th ult. There were one - hundred and
seventy-five delegates present, representing
fifty counties. Dr. C. L. Fox, of Mecklen
burg, presideded. The Convention was ad
dressed by Hou. S. A. Douglas, and others.
The following electoral ticket was put iu
noniiuatiou : " .
Electors for the State at large, D. K. Mo
Rae and Robt. P. Dick. . - -First
District Col. Sainjel Watts.
county. : ;
becond District 1. V. Koonce, Onslow
Third District D. McDousral. Bladen
couuly. . - , . . ' . . , (
toutth Disttiet H. W.. Miller.. Wake
county. .... .- .
rtfth Dislnct J. W. Mori ison. . Mooce
Sixth District Dr. T. W. KeenrTtoetin--
ham county. . ... .
beventh District W. R. Mveit. Mecklen
burg county. - i . ;
fcagnth DistrictJohn D. Hvman. Bun
combe county. . , .
Hon. JToliu S. ?I11Ibou " Declare for
NoKroLE. Aur. 31. The lion ' Joba' K.
Millson, member of Coneress from lhi the
First Cougressioual District of .Viririnia. ad-
dressed bis fellow-citizens at Ashland Ball J
to-night. . He earnestly advocates the claims
of the Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, br Illinois,
for the Presidency. ,
Douglas ix Delaware. The Douglaa par
ty in Delaware held a State Convention nt
Dover, on Tuesday, aud alter a f ruitless ef
fort to induce G. W, Cummins. Esq., to tun
for Congress, nominated Elias S. Reed, Esq.,
who accepted the honor. . Abraham Boys
Eugene Ridgely. and G. W. Wapie were
nominated -as electors. Francis Gallagher,
Esq, aad a Air. Dougherty, of Md-.addres-W
the couventiort. There are now tw foil
Democratic tickets in Delaware.' j
Florida. The national anion men in Flor
ida are confident that General Edward!lip
kins, the Bell candidate for Governor, will
beat General John Milton, the democratic
candidate, at the October election, in a
straight out fieht. X. Y; Herald. ' '' ;
Tub Brkcitxridgs -Xkaders opposed to
their Candidates stAEixa Stump Spee?hks1
Wathwyton, August 30, I860. SenatcrlLane
gives much dissatisfaction to his political
friends here by addressing public assemblages!
on political affairs. They have determined,
on tbe advice of Mr. Breckinridge, to ridicule
the stumping tours of Douglas and Johnson
as undignified and,-In 'orders to preserve
their consistency, desire that their candidates
shall remain at home and keep . silent,! Mr.
Breckinridge has written to" Gen. Lane, urg
iug .thisottrxe, ojwn'blm-CbrrX; YtUeri
, J. i - ----- pul-Mn j
"The "ICItioxal LntellicexcehC A card in
the Xutkmal Intelligencer of Thursday, signed
by Win. W. Seaton, Esq., announces that
hereafter Mr. Jas. C. Welling will be associa
ted in the editorial conduct of that sterling
eVrtiutry llc-rs vteiiuig our city will bear iu mind
ltt W. W. ft-rry it TJeiuovilkr, Kius i Brown, y.vm,
PetullUa A Co- jin.' ibe stores to, flnj pure uuil ji-uu-iueVtrigp1.
BHHstif-h ?U it aad-gtuutua tiiciiiea aaJ
I'erry Davis" Pain Killer, Lr. Richardson's Sherry Wise
CitUrs and Dr. Weaver's Canker and Salt Rheum Syr
up aikl f Ypt 7r ,Aiif jdriigtiol dealing in givcij pure and,
ood lijeitjeiiEtaust jr6sji'r and tonpetbem wjJTants
hral'th "" aufeSO-sUu-lw"
, ('.is not bb DexiI that the celebrated aud pumlar
medicines oT Pr.'. A. Weaker, far gurpwaetat) tthor
remedies for humors aud chronic complaiiits. Alfo'vrr
Uie cwntry peopleyare advertising this fart, Kthey
are trulyiff goodas they are-said to (and there is
o reason to dwiht), thoy are truly a blessing to Ber
ing humanity. atig20-Jiw4w ',
Im. S. 0. Ricrakosos's Sherry tfixe Brrrr.w. Hhar
niacuetical Preparation, by a regularly educated Pby
siciau in one of the most pleasant and valuable tuuica
of the day. Persons- recovering from protracted ul.
ness, or those who, at this particular season of the
year, are subject to Jaundice, Habit ualCoustipul ion, or
any disease arising from A .disordered Stomach; Liver
or Bowels, wiU find iu the Sherry Wine Hitter a friend
more to be desired than gold. . : , .
Sold by W. W. Berry & Demoville, Ewiu, Pendleton
k Co. , and Rains & Brown, Nashville, Tenu. .
SHE ODER AmiflMEAT,
BENJ. F. SHIELDS,
WUX sell this morning, at 10 o'clock, quite au as
sortment of liroceries, Liquors. Wines, Wines,
and Old Whisky.?, Fij-h, Xuts, Figs, Pickled Oysters,
etc.. with a M f second hand Furniture. Carpeticgs,
CENTRAL ACCTIOX RtlOMS.
sept4-lt Opposite Sewauee house.
A iOOi city made Family Burouche. but little used
for Bale cheap by
BEXJ. F. fHIELPS & Cel.
LET YOUR DWELLINGS BE INSURED.
... WITH .-
XASlV Ai SIAUtt,"
IX their well kuown Insurance Companies that have
deposited with tlie Comptroller in Tennessee tioudj;,
f 80.000. being four limes a much as all the other In
surance Olticea iu Xashville. No. 25 College street.
Fruit Jars. s
Jl'ST received and for sale at lowest prices, au addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
225 doz. Wiuoughby f:ias3 Jars 1 quart -l'O
. 2 quart,; .
48 " ila?8 Jars, with corks for sealing. '
Also, on hand 200 duz. Tin Fruit Cans, one aud two
quarts, for sealing up, all warranted.
Also, 12 bbls. W.st Cle.'ir Coal Oil, at lowest price by
tiTel. . J. W. WI1SOX
sepi4-af 17 CoUoe ?t."
Dry GoodM and Carpet Store.
JOHN SHILLIT0 &C0-
Xos. 101, 103 and 105 West Fourth street. - i.
Wry t.tHHvs ;iul Caiiietinsc,
Are now opening au extensive ami complete assortment
of Foreigu and American liRY tiOOlic, CARPETIXGS,
ixdi'r oil cloth,-, &c., &c.
Families. Hotel Ki-ei.rs. teamtioat Owners, and Pur
chasers generally, may depend upon finding the , be.st
class of Uoods, at prices as low as thev can be purchas
ed iu the Eastern Cities. " Eept4-3w .
Major Jloi-A'j' farm fur StUr.
PCRSTAVr to a decree or the Chan eery Curi , at
Xashville. in the case of Sirah 11. Wort rt. Wm.
Pybus and oilier-?. I wilt proceed to sell on'lkr premise.
fit t'l-iilaif. the Wfc Wotrr, 18W), the Farm "of ISO acres,
lying on the northern bank of the river (Cumberland.)
S miles Irom the city, and known as the. borne place of
Major Work and bout lit by him of Win. Pybua.
Tkkms. Sale free trom rc-demptkin, and ou credit of
6. 12. 1 and 24 month?, without iniej:-t purchaser
to give mites with approved Becuritv and lien io be re
tained. J. f ;lklvves. C. Jt M.
Uttdrm Rrtil Etlatsfor Sulr.
Pl'Rsl'AXT to a decree of the fbancery Court at
Xashville. in the case or Win. Harlem, adm'r.. c.,
cu. Catharine llasleui and others, I will pnx eed . io wit
ult the jti-emisfj. on Valn-sdaf, the 10VA f OrtobrT, 1800,
all the Heal Estate of wlneli "the law- Samuel 1 Lisle iu
dietl xissessed: the s.ime consisting of the Mill Lot, 2
Lots ou Warren street. 7 Iits on Belleville street. 1
1-ot on Jetlerson street of GO1 ltt, 1 lit of 300 feet ou
Jellerson street, in MceiavoikV Addition, 1 Lot in
Balsh & Whiteside's addition, Xi. 60. J4 .Virt will tie
Mid to Im ivhwiwI by purrkatrr.
Tkrms. 1,3 and years credit with interest; good
Krsoiial st uritv r'-quircd and lien retained. -
s.it4-tds , , . .- J. E. tUJLVVEJs. C. & M.
Ditni-i Youvg fltrmfor .4J.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court iu
Xashville. in the. case of If. T. AVilkerson, Er.. c. ,
of Daniel Young, dee'd. n. FJlen Yonng and the othei
heirs aud creditors of said Diuiiel Young. I will proceed
to sell on the premises:, oh Friday, ikiubtr 12A.1S0O,
that line Farm of the late Inunel Y'ouug, situated 4
miles from this city, ou White's Crack, continuing 50B
ares, aud with.cellent imirovenienUi of every kiiul
Tkkhs. Credit of 8, 18 aud 24 months, w ith inter
est. Notes with goort si-curity required aud payable in
Bank, and lien retained.
See hand bills J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
29 XtyroK of the Dr. SluJla Estat-.. '
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Barrow anil laudsley,
Aduir'f., of the late llr. John Shelby, dec.'d., w. Maria
Shelby aud others, I will sell at public sale at the
Court-house, in Nashville, oh Saturtlay, October 207,
1860, 29 Slaves belonging to the estate of Dr. Shelby.
Terms. 6 and 12 months' credit,-with interest,
purchasers to give their notes with two approved secu
rities and payable in-BankSale absolute and without
restriction.- . ..
At the lamily residence, in 'Edgefield, on' Friday, the
10th tJctober. 1860,1 will soil all the Furniture and other
I unsold personal property, of everv description, to the
. highest bidders. Six months' credit w ith mlercst.
notes to be payable in Bank and to be well secured ex
cept when the purchaser amounts to less than $100, in
which case the cash will be roquired.
sept4-tds - v; J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Xashville, in the case of James H. and Joel Yoang,
Admr's of Mark Young, dee'd. , r. Elizabeth Young and
others, I will sell at the Court house, in Xashville, t
Saturday, October -20th, 1860, the following Slaves to- ,
w ii: Misan, l-anny and Edward.
Tekus. 6 months' credit without interest, notes pay
able in Bank, and with good personal security required.
6ept4-tds . J. E. CLEAVES, C. 4i. it.
- . n J Li . -
Auction Sale of Fine Wines,
, JLiquors, Brandies, and Whis
key, uuder Attachment..
OS TUESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER the 4tb at 10
o'clock. BEXJ. F. SIDEDltS k CO., will sell, ou ac
count of whom it may concern, under attachment, au
assortment of tine Liquors, Brandies, Wines, old.
Whisky, etc., will be. added a variety ot other article
sold, also, without reserve for cash on delivery. j
septl-td BEXJ. F. SHIELDS k CO.!
HERSCHELI." FENTOX S moie of accomplishing his
Pupils in the nse of the Vkujx aud tierrAK, is if
the most impulsive and modern schools. For his pro
gressive exnellenoe in imparting a "
- Knowledge of tlie Art,
Reference may be obtained of his Htinwroul patroiu if
this City as well as the musical people throughout tin
Tkrms For instruction. Violin . .... .$3 per monUi.
.- " " ! ' ".- Guitar.. v. $8 t
" ' " . J.'"..40 per session
Addresses may be made at eitlier of the Music stores
and at the St. t 'iotid Hotel. Applications attended, w till
the su-Kteat and most iiumediate punctuality. . i
Room over the City Bank where he aay be-f.Hind 'at
borne. ,.,.- I
N. B. Pianix tuned to order.
Furnishing and Fancy Goods '
WE are daily reeening additions to our alrntdv fult
supply ot FAIX iAN'I WIXTER HOODS." W'e
have all tlie latest styles of Shirts and Collars, Stocks,
Cravats and Tie. Wo have any quantity of Cloves,
Gauntlets, Robes, Suspenders and all qualities of Hos-.
iery for both Ladies and Coutlemeu. our tttock of I7u-:
derwear is complete, embracing all th heavier labrk-s
of Silk and Woolen, unliable to the apjirouching ke&MHi.
These goods will be sold at correspondinirly low rates
wua mef uort emps.. . . j. U. MoCUJ
wpa-if Cherry st . , one door Irom Luiou.
Cants and 'Umbrellas.
FIXE lot received to-day . ami rarVt v of Comb?
XX ltruohes. l-orie Monies, Purses, Travelius Bags,
... .... vwvo, lui ot iitij i4 low nues. f
t w-pa-tf, . ... , . h. iuctLL. "
Union t., opposite State Bank,
iTl-lRE pleasure iBTJafdrtomg the pablie : that tliev
J. have recently lilted up a tine - - , '
bating -'antTDrinking1 Saloon,
as abovW They w1 fc eonsouiUy ou hand a rneJ
supply,- CAME, OYSTERS, FISH, ic &T They
.'itehre W '""' - aad autem
; v ' For Rent or Lease, : '
IHAVXaod arkk.twUin(, witAaur t' . '
, and twenty acre of excellent land and plen
tyof good watery will rent or lea a-jroiiiTL l i
one to live ye. SituatM on the XoWdsville iuru-
u folding me corporation line.
DlclLin'a ew Book,
SHORT STORIES, jam
received and for sale by
K A 8 II V I jTJ jl. E
i . t i i
Trotting aud Pacing under the supervision of
the Nashville Trotting Association, to con-
""iTnut? four day?. - - :
' ' First Day, Tuesday Sept. 4thl - i
I Match' Race fur $400. Two Mde Heats to Harness.
O. B. Jenkins nauai'S b. g. L C. Coleman: W. T. Wrfeht
uauies o. g. John HUdcek-y, ' '
.Second Day, Wednesday, Sept. 5th. t
' Stallion Club Purse cf $100 and 100 added by the
Proprk-tor tea per cent entrance.' Mile heats, 3 liest
in 5 to Harness. " ' ' - - - -
Same Day. Club Purse of $50 10 per cent entrance.
Entrance money added. For all second cla.-s Trotters.
Mile heats. 8 best iu 5,- to harness. ; ..." T
Third Day, Thursday,' Sept; 6:h; 4
Purse of $10010 per cent, entrance.; Free for all
Trotters; except the w inner of the lirst day . to go mile
beats. 3 best in h. to harness.
Sake Dat-Club Purse of $-50 10 per rent, entrance.
Free for all second class Paeers. " Mile heats to haniese.
EulraiK-e money added. . x r
1 Fourth Day, FridayiJepU 7th. ;
Club Purse $100 10 per cent, entrance. Free for ai'
Pacers. Mile heats 3 best in 5 to harness. ,
Sa.uk Day. Club Purse of $00 10 -r cententrance.
Free for all Trotting Horses 3 years old and uuder. Mile
heats 3 best in S to harness. "
: " , ' ' -if ' , " - .
4 j- Admission to the Cate and Stand 3d cents. La
dies, accompanied by gentlemen, free. .
S" The Proprietor wishes it distinctly uudiTSlood
that no money will be paid for a "walk over,'' ami also
all entries must be bona fide. All entries tor Purses for
Sept. 5th, to close at Kinney's Sikxin, Cedar si., Tues
day, Sept. 4th, at 8 o'clock P. M. All other entriet for
Purses wiU close on the Course immediately alter the
Races. Every exertion will be made, to render the
above Races attractive and to make them excel any
tliat have hitherto taken lace over the above Course.
Plenty of Stables, new ly tilted up, and every accommo
dation for horses and trainers. All communications
must be addressed to B. F. CHEATHAM.
Sep3-2t ' v - Proprietor.
Professor St. Maur Stuart,
" ' TEACHER OF '
AND Graceful Gesture, to the Elite of Fashion in the
principal Cities of the South, respectfully an
nounces to the Ladies and ejentletnen of Xashville that
he will oiien Classes in Smith's lareu third story room.
corner ol Ctiarch and Vine streets, ou Saturday, 1st of
iscptemoer at to a. m. ana a o'clock r. M.
MiT For routine of instructions see circulars.
" " DAYS AND HOURS OF ATTENDANCE.
Thursday's, Friday's and Saturday's, from 3 to
o'clock, P. M.
Qass for iientlemen same nights, irom
8 to 10.
Tf.kms For the Full Course of 12 Lessons.
Early application is desirable, as ortipr ensrage
meuis preclude a louge-r stay than one tnirs. :
Residence at the St. Cloud Hotel.
A school for Hop autl. Cjirl-s.
TV.fOXDAT, Sept. 3rd, Joha H.Stone will open
-LtJ. School in the basement of Caper's Chanel, West
Nashville. Those of the 10th District who wish to re
ceive the benefit of the School funds for that District
wiU please send to Mr. Stone, a we liaye employed hiiu
as public teacher, and they will receive a portion of
me puunc iundj. JAMES H. YOUNG .
:- W. C. B1RCITETT,
sop3-3t School Cominiss 101101?.
.THE BARNES HOUSE
J. T. Barnes & CoM Proprietors,
No. 43, Uuiou Street,
T?URN'ISHE3 Meals at all hours day and intht.ftnd
X has extensive arrangements for regular sujiply of
ui cfcij uca.i ipiiuii, r iu,vbHT, mf vejv oest
nmes, ana every oilier article ol luxury which cau
poajiiy Lit- uuuiun-u ui .-asuviue. 1 ne umse is pro
vidint with the best of Cooks, aud the best apparatus
ior oooKmg. taiuig Han ntteu up iu handsome, com
foriaole style. sep3-if
Sht i iirs Sale.
1Ji virtu.- of a C fa., No. 644, to me directed.
XI ami delivered trom tlie Honorable Circuit Court of
Davidsou county, Tennessee, at its Ma v Term. IStiO, I
will expose to public sale, tothehigheslbidder t'orcaeJi,
at ine eAiurt-uouse yaru, in uie ruy ot vasLvilIe, on
Tuesday, the 11th day of September, IstiO, all the
right, title, claim, interest and estate, w hich Adua
Anderson tlien had. or way have since acquired iu and
to the following descrilied Iroerty, viz: A tract u;
piece of laud lying iu Davidson County, Suite of Teu
nessee, and beiug lot Xo. 115 in Shelby's Addition to
l-dgelielil, fronting M teet on Woodland strec-t and run
in? back 170 feet to au alley. See Register's titnce
Hook, NO. 31, page lo3. Beuiir levied on as the nr.
jmtiv of Adua Anderson to siUisfy a judgment renderv
ed in lavor ol Zen as K. FtitUn . airamst Adna Auderson
J. K. Jl.MUNDSeX. Sheriff,
ug22-tl By A. Creel, Deputy Sheritl.
' vllE subscribi'rs have formed a coiartuership iu tlif
J. COPPER, T1X AND SHEET-IRON BUSLNESS, a
tlie old stand orMcCusliu A: Strader,Xo. 7 Broad street.
They will give their personal attention to all its varl
Tliey will keep on hand, and sell cliettp, a suiierior
article of Wrought Iron CXKlKIN'G S1HVES. for Woml
or toal, together with a general supply of Cast Iron
Cooking and Heati!" Stoves. Castings, Tin Ware, &c.
Tin Rooting. Gmterinir, Ac, donn with promi
ness. J. 1. STHAIEK,
W. W. JONES.
' The unsettled business of McCasliu & Strader will be
closed np by the subscriber. J. D. STILVKER.
Xashville, August 28, 18CO-tf
fX THURSDAY, THE 11TH DAY OF O0T0BE
V next, at Madison, tbe county seat of s-t. Francis
County, Arkansas, I will sou at public auction, my
Farm, lying seven miles North-West of Madison, and
five miles from the line of the Memphis and Little
Rock Railroad, situated in Tolico Creek Bottom, and
entirely tree from overflow. The Tract consists of
ONE THOUSAND AND FIFTY SKVK. i AC'Kl-X of rich
cultivable Land, with all appertenanees necessary to
a uotton harm, is continuAliy welt watered and
cleared iu liberal proportion.
TERMS: In three equal payments: The first to bo
made in eity acceptance in Memphis on tbe 1st of
January, 1S61 ; the other two with mortgage security
upon uie lana to be made successively in one and two
years thereafter. -.-..-:-;
Information as to other particulars may be bad by
examination of the premises, or by addressing me at
Green Hill, Wilson County, Tennessee.
At tne same time and puce, l will sell on three
months time, my farming stock, otensils, corn, fod -der,
c. Ac. ' - A. T. GOOIlLoE.
Styles for Fall flow Heady.
WE this day introduce our Fall Ptyle ot Silk Hats,
which, for beauty of finish and elegancy of style,
can not be surpassed. . Gcutietnen of taste will call and
selt ict oo at the fashionable Hat Emporium or
v : .'.. i " FRANCISCO'S, :
. .w-aMJ-tf- ,', . ', :. Xo, 23 Public Square.
u tTlie Japanese Hat: J
XEW style of soft Hat, got up very line and l.gli
u xt the Ilat Emporium of ". ; . - --- - ,
-X - ' - KKANClriCO S, -
eptl-tr ' ' "r: " No. S3 Public Square"'
' . Freniclt Soft Hat. f
OCR stock French Soft Huts is now complete, em
bracing all of Uie Litest styles, which we invite
thie attention of all A. J. FRANCISCO, J
liatter aad Furrier, Ko. S3 Public Square, Nashville.
Tlie Pencil Ottar Hat.
JUST received a new lot; direct ItnportMion of tbae
popular Bats, so much admired, consisting of the
Bku k and Drab color, whicn, for fineness of fabric, can
not be surpiuKed. at the usuionable Hat F.i porruui of
' - FRANCISCO S,
- septl-tf . v Xo. 23 Public Squwe;
Tlie I Ven cli Pocket Hat.
F eut iretv ' nru- Jejuni
just received tliis . Ly
A. J. RAXClSCO,
Xo. 23 Public Square-.
-by Express. . . .
Train -for 'Gallatin' rair.
OX Houday next and during the week, the Gallat ui
Accommodation Tram -wiU leave Nashville at 7 A.
M. and arrive at S:45 A. M- f Retaramg, vrjll leave Gal
tafia at 6 P. it and arrive at .a.shvUle at 7P.1L i
, -. ; , -f .. ,, J. B. jCOESONi
. septl-lw-,. ul , j.:';:- . SupcrtBtendent.
Ladies Slioe and Gaaters.'
t AWES fiu t4af Cwugreaa Gaiters, if ith heelfc;
J 44 1. . .-j. ,4 " M-
4 ; 4.
k. bl'tz button
.t- . f ',. ".' fcid Slippers, with and without b?le;
together will. other styles of Lad tea' Misses' -and
CUiUreu'B times. "' .-."' ''-
't.i-.a,4 '- ALSO f
A Urge and superior stock of eituiWfaicii'a wwrr.
consisting of - .. . .. . t
it PHteutLsttther Gaiter and Strant FnoeH;
4 -Culf 0nTess - snd Oaara.Tis; , '"
fjieCllr 44: .44 .. . . . -
- The above foods u-e. aU fresh and of the bent Qual
ity, and which we are oflermg at reduced fru-e.-CaU
at No. U public Square. '. ---. -
, Je7-lf . sca , , SXYPKR & FK1ZZVIX.
1 .tiLaii Tliirtv Yeirtt in the Uuiterf States SetiSt.'1
- Clnsiey's l"olrticl Text Boot ;' - -
T-UKk-al Debates between If .".Uirhjn Lincoln
and Huo. Stejiben A. IkHujIas, in the oelebraied cuitt
tig of 1858, in Illinois.
Life and Speeches of Senator Douglas.
Our living Represent Wive Hen.
Historical and Legal t rxAmiaatioa of the Drcd Scott
VVAf. ST jntTTTSrcO
WHOLKSAI.E lEALERS IX
8EADV-3ADE i.LDTIIIXG, TASIETIES. if.,
No. 1 NVK-th-wi"! Corner Public Square,
N ASH ; 1 1AAZ, TEXX ESSE E.
UJ E invite the special atteution of the trade ta our
I. arse -mvl wtU sortod st:kof : -;
Fail and AViiitfr' GobtTs
Wll It'll We Will J'll I Airfitr 4-aof.'rv .
- - v I" x u
augaiwiwu - - - 4
E V A N-S&- C 0 J,
JVi.liolesalii iwciVei-rj, . :
Xo, 1 IVaaiuvllle Iuu Itloek
Arf 'iif Teoeipt of their Fill Stock of Foreikra and Ia
mestic . - .
Varieties anil Clothing
Hoots, Shoes, Huts, lloiuiets, &.c.
To which they iin iU' the atu-ntiou ot the Trade, .
aug29-dwtf i J
ST. CECIE1AS -
i Female Academy,
MOTNT VESX0N, "...
Air XdiheiJl', lennrsser. i- c
THE Sisters ol" the Order of St. Dominie, well known
in this and adjoining States as experienced and
Comietent directors of female education, respectfully
announce to the citizens ot Nashville aud to the public
in general, that they are prepariug ami w ill be ready
to receive pupils at the aliove institution ou the 1st tit
October. The Academy is about a mile from the city.
and is situated in one of the most Want if id and heal
thy locations in its vicinity.
i The Ladies of this Institution being specially de
voted to the education of the young of their own sex,
will leave nothing undone to iuqiart to the pupils confi
ded to their care a thorough education, in highest sense
of the word. . Tne religion professed by the ladies of
the Institution is Uie. Catholic, "aud they will impart
special religious instruction to pupils professing that
faith. Pupils of every religious denomination will be
admitted, and no nndue inihieuce will be used to bias
the religious principles of the yoiiug ladies; uor w ill
any of them be iienuitted to embrace the Catholic
faith w ithout the verbal or written consent of parents
or guardians. Uniformity aud good, ordiv, however,
require the attendance of all at morning and evening
prayers, and at the religious exercises on Sunday.
The course of studies is divided into four depart
ments, each department baying its own distinct cgurse
ot studies assigned ii. .
The academic year will consist of two session the
first commencing on the'' first Monday of September,
tne sc4ouu on tue nrst Jtonuay ot tcuruury. rue aca
demic year w ill close with a public distribution of pre
miums and honors about-the -Jlli of June of ech
Trims Per St-!ioii Puvubla ill
Advauce. " '
.For boai.t aud tuition, 65. JT0. J75 and $d af
fording to the department of the pupils.
EXTRA CHARGES. " . '
Latin and Model a Laiigoageseach, $,12 CO
Music ou Piano, . 25 00
Use. of Instrument 5 00
Music ou Guitar, untf am. nt fui liiihrj liv
Pupil. " 20 00
Music on Harp, . . 45 eiO
Vocal Music, " " ' " '' 10 00
Sketching and Painting iu w.tercfdjr- 12 00
Painting in Oil, and uutt-riul?, - - 05 rjo
Washing, 10 00
Bed and Bedding, 10 00
Board, Washing, Ax., diuuig vacation, :s5 00
- Books and sua louery, w Len famished by tbe Insti
tution, will form extra charges; as alio, wui iiied-hie
and medical attendance.
G EX ERA E It EC UL. AT IOX s.
Xo deduction will le made for absence or withdraw
al, unk-ss ejecasioued by illness or disuiisal.
Pupils will be charged from the date on which they
Boarders are requested to bring all necessary articles
lor tue toilet .
The Academy will not incur the expense of furnish
iiig articles ot clothing or xket moiicy.
Pupils will not be allowed to spend poclret moucv al
their own discretion. Such moneys n.u.1 be deposited
w tin tne superior 01 tne Acaaeni) .
. To prevent unproer coiTesioudeni-e. all letters re
ceived and Seut al e subject to the perusal of the ?une
rior, though in no case is such corr?ioDileuce prohib
iten as regards pareuts or guardians.
W ith the exception ol books of devotion, no books
or periodicals aie allowed to circulate iu the inst itu
lion, except such as receive the approval ui Ine Mother
For further particulars apphcaliou may be nude to
tue .Motiier MiptrHir ol the Acadeiuv , or to the lit.
Rev. Bishop Wbelau.
AH busings letters to be addressed to the Mother
Suiierior, St. Cecilia's Academy , l..i,nt Vernon, near
Nashville, Ti-nn. auiJ-toci 1 ,
CJieat Auction Sale of
(At the Furniture Rooms i CAJX A CORXEIJUS, Xo,
4a Church St., opposite the Maxwell House.)
ON TIESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11111. at 10
o'clock. Beuj. F. Shields Jt Co. will proceed to sell
w ithout reserve, and coutinue from day to day until
tne entire sloca ls closed, ihis extensive assort meut
of Furniture, Si-asoned Lumber, Materials, Tools, Hard
ware, etc , consisting in irt of ihe following articles :
Fine Marble Top, Mahogany Rosewood and Walnut
Biireaos: Fine Extension, lluiing aud Breakfast Tables;
8.1O assorted BedU'aits aud Lounges; elegant Ward
robes aud Cribs, Wash Stands, Hal Racks, Spring Bot ;
10m -arior enaira and Kic.11 itockern. Towel Racks, So
f:li: Hull Tallies Vino Writing I h.1 u VI.,11 t'i..o
Clothes Horses, with an assortment of Gilt and Ma
hogany Looking ('lasses in -short oii of the largest
aim most complete stocks yel ottered u. our citv at
auction. f .--.
TtKHS. All sums uuder $.10 ra.b; alt sum? Oyer 0
anu uuuer J 100 ao days; all sorus over Hon t days
credit, for approved uok s in bank.
---'. . . BENJ F. SIBEUTS & CO . t:
augl!uut " Auctioneers.
: Uuless previously disptejed of after tbe sale of Kuril 1
tnre . is 4over we will sell all the Lumber, Machinery,
Tools. Arc-consist ing of a modern made Steam Engine
and Boiler, l'lanmtr - lii.hin.M: CIm-hI.,. c-a i.u.t
Turn mi; Slachiue. Sharpening Machine, Grooves and nil
niacninery necessary to manufacture on a large scale
tigether with the buildings and the Factory.
Nashville Aug. 20th, lMtlO. B. F. S. & Co.
lestaurauf. ' ,
IT is my intention to reojien my Eating House. Xni
3H Market street, on the 12th of Sept-mber next.
I shall be prepared, at all hours, to serve up anything
in the eating line that the market affords, in tlie best
style Game, Fish, '8ter, all the delicacies cf the
season, as well as the substautials. Having an ex
perienced, energetic business man to assist me, I am
warranted in promising to give gem ral suti-tfartion. ,
aug-J-! - J. W. BIGGS.
MOXDAV, SlaT. 3RD, MRS. 1RWTX will open a
ScLou! for GUIs in the Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church . Edgefield. Arrangements have been made
to give a full and thorough Academic and CnUfgiate
The Lady employed to teach Music cannot fail to tire
Mon. P. F. SANTEL, a natty? of France, and a tn-adu-
ate of tbe Royal Collrge of Aleiers, will teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Mou. Santel jwe
sents Uie best testimonials from, many, distnnvaished
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: ''He has been
teaching my sou crane time, aud this practical trial ot'
him convinces me that he deserves to be frosted t'm-
plictity as a Teacher of French. "
the regular Rates per Section of five months are $15,
$20 and $25. . . .
. - EXTRAS. ;
Music on the Piano $25 00 ;
Latin and Greek.. 10 00 ,
Modern Languages 20 00
. Crochet and Needle-worlt. 5 00
Pupil3 will be charijed from the time of enterinc
to the end of the Session. The bills will be payable at
the middle of the Session. ' . . -j. . -. 1 . . aug28-tf
r-. .., , , ,,.. L
im. B. W01, lieiUist,
. . ' . (NO. 30 4.HERRT STREET.) ; , , r !
Has returnc-d fioni the F.ist. - - angid-lw
UX1VERSITV OF LOUISIANA.
- .MrtliralBepartmnit. . . . i T
The Annual Coutst! of Lectures in this Department
will commuuoe ou MONDAY, Xovember 12, i960, and
wilt terminate in the ensuing Marru.- ' - - f 'i :
JAMES JONES, M D Protessor of PracUce of Mediciue-
J. L. KlliliKLL. il. D. , frolessor or Chemistry. '
VTARREX SfOXE, M. D-, Professor of Surgeiy.
A. II. v. it --aj, m. a.'. , a a usi.. m Fjn-i j it . -
GUSTAVUS AJ N'0TT,M. D. Jrofessor of Materia Mc-d.ca.
T. G. RICHARDSON", it. P., Professor of Anatomy. - ?
a u scvac f r PiT.r.rw oiu.'.. .
L. M LAW son. n-orexr or Uinicat Medicine. - i .
THilMAS HUNT, M. D. , "l'rofi'or of Phvsioincy abd
Pathology. " ,
S. E. CHALLIE, M. D. , ) , ) J t ; I i t"
V Demon, tralors of Anatomy,
w. a xichoi.m. d.j . .-
The Rooms lor Dissecting will ba opfn on ine secwa
Monday in eJvtober. -, - .-''" J
The Faculty are Visiting Physii iahs ind Surtecois of
llie Charity Hospital. I
The Students accouinauv Hie the Prf'tora In their
visits, and, froe of expeusef enjoy estraordjitarj-- prac
tical advantages. - - - ' '
Preliminary to the Course. Lectures will re aeuvesKi
it.ilir in 1 )ia Amnhitbeatre of the Hnntal. froni the 1st
of October, no Clinical Medicine aad Surgery, and other
subjects.' without any marge t .-
i l I .'!-! ! v lBUJAstiLi. u. v., lie an. 1
- Ms- Tiif Amifiistratsin of theCha.Tty Honntal oiect
annually, in Airil, fourteen Resident Studc-nls, who are
maintained. ny tae ju' iuiiuu, i;. i j
. : sS2D ....
EATING ! HO USE,
coaxut eaxB. jcu OiiKtr apaterrs.
4iivtfi4', , . : ....
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"1 HAVE Blade extensive arrani'etiioiiU lot the ni-t-.v
X ing uf.aU. the uxtKcacixs ot the cotuing scaaonj, of
Fi3h. 1esh and Fow l; our Ovsiers w iltl be lr.uu iae
most relebrah-d beds.-: i'ickk-a tad hiiiiIhiimiu A..,m
tUe'ccVbrat.'d establishments of Cros Blackwell and
Lea Perns, fc tth a terga and wcU srkwt sd vtock sf ,
"Excelleul taOKS aud attentive VTafteta'the aL.i
under the UieriuiemUnce .4 that well know u Fmicuie
Mr. CHARLES PlCKIJiS. '
On and alter the lain of September we w ill h nre.
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY' AND NloHT
RaUway travelers wui Had this art ant-em eat to th.ir
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NEMESIS, . i
By the Author or Hidden Path, Alone and M.1S3 Side.
The scene of Uie story of JVcatcfu Is, laid ia ifee
South. The tune, the beginning of the present eeatu-
ry- The customs and events of those days are traced
with Udelity aud spirit, yet so akillfidly iaterwovea
with the narrative, that the reader is not waai ie4 t v
statislics or dry histork-a! details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as familiar to hun as those be visited
but yesterday, and their inmates diner little trom the
mea aud women with wham he associates daily. The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshing; Ja
no other work front the authors pen can "there be found
greater variety of incident, more artistic detoneatirin.
of character, more eaincstuesa of thought and vicf of
dtjeription, and certainly no other amtains 4 plot sc,
striking in conception and so ally managed. ' '
the reader cannot but remark bow irrttUuhly ret
naturally he is boras along , by the tide of eyenu
There is no need after he is mica in the current to. ex
plain the ominous tittle that frowns at the top of a
page. Before the Xtmetis is on vailed the reader ,feel3
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition tbat
there are hidden Epftngs and secret w ires nuder tti
feet and in the homes of tie nnsuspectiiic objects" of
her veogence and the pertinent motto of tbe antborers
fully proves that retribution though Scvrntimcs iisf n
Alo a fi-esb supply of tbJ " " -
HIDDEN PATH. - -
The following notice of ibis work is frum tba 4-t-oer-
ous pen of AXX- CORA RITCHIE, aud pays a inst trib
ute to tbe most successful female writer Virginia liaa
produced: : ; Kit. CL1XEN BRYANT
- Let this noble production lie upon tbe table, aud
enliven tbe beartb of every true Southerner.',' Ftisler
this gifted daughter of the South ith tbe expanding
sunshine of appreciation aud relresbing dews of praise.
Stimulated undeveloped geuius. to waik ' in ber stei,
emulated ber acbicvenatruts, kbow ber honors, and the
cry that the South has bo literature-, t tilsarttil fcra-
I Aad a ha& supply ofabove. and. alOifvSXDE
A fresh supply of RUTLEDGE.
tl hadr rather .written RCTLEDGli than Mlli. OS
THE FLOSS. Aufkor cf Beulak. ' "' '
ILUiPFJJand t ODET, for-September, Just rrivcJ
y - - - "r. HAGAX,
' Au21-tf ;
No 41 Collate Street.
a. w. joaxHba , m.
am. a. (KSaxoa
Johnson & Treanor,
. : llOOli; . STATIONARY! .
; So. 6 laiIoa MrMl, : ilu
. .. . .. MsiTrULl?, TXX2TFSSSM.
: ; t'LoIera, Flux, Djsenterj.
NO family. fbouU b without tbe rystun-r r yr
up in the Hoasa. Cbildren are dyinrdiUy from
Bowel Cou-i-lainl, wbicb this 1 eiaedr tt ould pronnulj -
3 si V .
While the- TberscMneter ranrn ore SO in tb
shade, tne Gr-ArotihArff uriM'u nmraj .. 1.
J r " fc. i 444 4 4KI4CV WllCH
tuft 'ic a package, mates tbe best streagtbesis
lAnm in I V. ..Arirf 4' t . , .
-ou. w or mil Ta can soaaei cait
a gallon of these health giving Bitten, w atch aid lbs
appetite, give sowr to the constitution regaaua lbs
botrels and conqaora general lebdAy. Now la tl
season tor the ir uie-. . . - .
jal ia-tf MACKENZ1R b MTXCHIX
Te ment-itoiie ar
muni fufierrede all other
juuett-u- '?. " - stACtil!N7IC i1SmiS.
iAIacazhi'cs for Kepttm-ev,
" " Tctertic Mitraaine, for Septetuber.
nai'iier' Mag&xiue, fhr September."' F
Arthur's Magazine, tbr Septeatbor.
Peterson's MAUiu, S.r ScpteBtber.
"- Godey's Lady's Book, for ScptMul-nr.