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HOUR'S SILYEK BAND!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND IN"
THE CITY, will attend to all calk for music both at
home and abroad, giving- entire satisfaction or no
chargo. The Band Is composed of
with, a complete set of new silver instruments.
AH calls Tor music, for funerals, picnics, serene des
and Jubileo wiU be attended to promptly. . -
W." L. HORN,
' - Manager and Conductor,
, jjir2TIr . '. 15 Smith College st.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CU E
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
... a POWERFUL REMEDY
A POrtERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDI&CRETiON
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
"TTiCNG VEX who are suffering from tho r-fle-jt of
JL youthfol indtfwtkm can be surely and
neatly ratored by using the -
AQUA V I T A E,
AKec.fdy of treat and Certain rowii
This remedy is put op in small vhb, andean be sent
Ly mail to anv address. Atrial will satisfy. I ?e it
for a week, and you w ill exi-rn-nce a great uecebt. A
circular containing fall particular s-ut (lri on aipli
vat ma. price per buttle fl.
One bottle will fcut a mouth.
N" RTbi remedy is suitable for either sex.
Addre?, K. CKl GER. Medical A nt.
jtllj-27-tf ' Broadway, New York.
From the Observer, Xew York. August 13,
Poxemc Casinst Wcrota. U Is one of the marels
of the age that sueh Tart mtus are expended iu getlm
up appareutly Inning articles ; and another iiutrrel
thai these are of so much utUity. Lars fortunes have
been made out of matches, which are sold at the rate
of one or two hundred for a penny. Somewhat siinihtr,
we are told, to t be toe success of a recent invention
for repairing all kinds of furniture. 4ialdini;':J Pre
pared Clue." It is prepared chemically, will keep in
all climates, may be applied on the instant, and if all
that is said of it to true, must become highly useful in
repairing broken furniture, dilapidated book.-, and in
deed B all rases where glue fa 03ually apfaied
The Express Freight Tiaiu.
On the Naahvilh; aid Chattanooga Railroad, will
mtnmence running on the 22d of July in ck .ut-x-on
with the Express Tram on de great Southern
Line, Tia Charleston and Savannah, and continue dur
ing the business season. Throufeh time from New
York EIGHT PAYS
July 3-tf E. V. O'l-K. Ail.
1 hare sold out my entire . interest in the urui of
Nicholson Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who wiU
ciiinue the business a her.loiore. I wiU assist him
hira in winding up the business of the old firm, and
solicit tor him a continuance of the patronage bestowed
,n old firm. I C. XKTIOLfOX-
In order to reduce my Stork as much as poil.e. lie
fore receiving new Goods,!. a short lime I will offer
mv entire .lock at cort, f-r cash
July 2,1 DAVID m vi m:KV.
AC m II It I For the INSTANT RELIEF and
D 1 11 31 A ptBJUXEXTl.rP.EoflhiSd
tr easing complaint use
F E N D T S
Made by C. B. SEYMOUR k CO.,107 NaaC smnT,
X. Y. Price$l per box; sent free by post.
FOR fALE AT ALL PF.rGGIs.TS
DR. KING'S DISPEIXSAUY
FOR r II IV ATE DISEASES.
-- i j PR. K1XG, formerly f Xew Ytk.fr
tJ f a the last four years or touisville, Ky.,
rfcv wno La3 uevoled his attention to
the treatment or private ttineases for SO years, flatters
himself, having attended to a practice forsoinany
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
tore all disease ot a private nature, no mailer how
bad they mar be from injudicious mediciai irvatment,
or from neglect of their own. Pr. Kuig s lnsp. usury is
No 23 Deader" street, between Cherry and the Mpiare.
second story, where he cures all dioeuaes ot a private
Uonorbee, cured without nauaeous medicines or ui-
torrith-e with business. .
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an operation which cau--s no pain.
Where a'fctricture exists health cannot be enji-yed.
Perbar no disease causes more miscliK-f and under
mines the constitution so much.
Syphilis, with all the diseases of the tkm. (frowiug
eut of neglect or bad treatment, can be efliit'iaily
a ---I a-i.w rrti-ii!ar attentK.-n havixiii iM-en
given to this disease, and aU the consequences growing
out of it, brought in many cases ny tae uerurii
habits of inconsiderate youtlis. and excessive mdii
genre of the passion.-, a n.-lect of which will uudei
mine the constitution, r.-nderin? the subject unlit I"
. . t-r- ami MiMin-f nrHn&lDK Old HP.
Females who may be laboring with any diflicuiiy or
UW n uuid nay n uum . . ...
Persoos residing abroad. ty writuiganusiauuz iueir
catie, with alee enclu"d. dir--t to lv- A. Kuiz. Xo. -J3
Head'erkk street, Xaohviik-.Tenn.. will havetue miis
eary meda-mes ent to their aitdn'S. Otuce hours
from o'clock In the morning until in the evening.
I HAVE Just unpacked, and have now for inspection,
the lineat fi rn d 1'iaiioforte ever received
m the city of Xasuvuie. Ine at tenia -u of every lover
of the King " of Insirumi-nls is invited to this Piano.
Also several sqoare
Pianofortti of Strimvay i Son' 3Iakf ,
Have Jtist been a.Me-1 to my stock. aU of which will
be sold at Xew York priceo, for each or m---oiialle
3 Union Street,
J. A. McCLCRE.
0 f Xew Music, in great abunlance, being added
daily to my already lare suck. jnly-tf
New Fall and Winter Goods.
aHE undersigned is now receiving bis stork of Fall
and Wmter Goods for Gentlemen's Wear, of all the
various styles. Ab-o. a choice lot of Furnishing oods,
t o which he invites the attention of his customers and
the pubisc generally. , SAM FKICMTT,
sA College rtreet.
X. B. Scott's Fashions for 1S60 and 61.
aug 2S lm CBt aa
One of the mo&t lopular and Erutvolfnt
On Ddrl-k atreet,
THE Doctor himself is an old Jl'ractitioner , f-om
the old and thu country ,beu g alreadj 15 years
la America, having manrully and hocorably Far
mounted ail the trials ol tbc new world, aud bat
tied and cocquored death ol the whole r&t-c ol dig
asea ol our different climates, Soutn and Xottn,so
taat the fame or bis success In the trta'ment of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, tor i;0
he has the most reliable references.
Special attention paid to diseises of Females tint
Ctill'lren. Md nitw-J. ..a.-ii'" tie reeis, lu gener
al, by ueiog entrufted with desperate cases, for to
Illustrate his skill. He mennversant wiihthe Amert
caa, French and German languages, arid always
ready to tender his advice and tervH-es w.th polile
ness,conscientloaaes and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have bis advice and
medicines by consulting Mm through letters, mclos
ng a fee, to I'uet-ofnce box Xo. S3d.
Hi. Family Residence is on North Market street.
i0. O. TSKa.NO
Johnson & Treanor,
ISo. 6 Cnlou Street,
- NASHVILLE, 1EXXFSSEE.
Bushel mixed Coro;
OUULf 2000 bushels while Corn,
0U0 bushels whit
just rei irod by
14 Market street.
NORTH MARKET STREET.
rrHE undasixned begs leave to inform his frkndsand
X tne public that he has still on hand a numl r or
haadamie vehicles of all kinds, and s 4eniiid stud of
boggy and saddle borsee, for the use of last young
geuta oa COL imXG EXPEiilTlOXS, or for the aceom
modatioa of Yaurg America and Yoimg America's
What man living, of any sort of progressive spirit,
would be content to snail it behind a .-L iW HKt
when be knows that a AXIMAX OF bi'IXWT could be
? , AT THE.' LEl'IATilAX STABICS.
'.Partjas desiring Coaches for PIC-NIO," aud safe
aad caroful Privets, should not forget what the peers
eaid about Thi Xbw Coam, from lit Uiutuu Lit utr
PtajUK. 00 Xorth Market street.
J.C MoFER3AX. .
faOOtJ . Proprialor, .
MONDAY ilORMNU, SEPT.: 17, iHW.
It rT K C IT i MILLS.
"Bel!" Flour in basjs $ , in half ."5 f
Old Hickory do - 4 2-V, - -Ea?lo
do 3 u; ' - 1
Jlixed Bran, per 1 oao "'' v-
Corn Meal, per buhd, tl 00. t -
Pthvered to all f-irtsof the c ity. --'t l-ly
KOTiStm OF TEE KAILEf AL;S.
Departures of I'aknenzer 'I al. a.
Xa.hviii & CBaTTAiOOTA t A. M.. 3 P. M.
Tex.vtKK A: Alasaxa 5:1 5 A. M.. 3:) IV M.
LoiixvzLLE 4: XaaviLui 5:00 A. M., 5:5 O P. M.
" Gaiiat:oLxpress 4:30 P- M.
Eik;:eu k Kettckt 6:30 A. M., 2:45 P- M.
Arrival of 1'aaaens.er Xralu.
X'aHsviuJ! s: CiuiTTasooCi 5 P. M-, 8 A. M.
Tknskk & ALUAMA 10:ttO A. M. 4:00 P.M.
LorxsMiiBfc XasHviux 3:05 A. M., 2:15 P-51-Galiatm
Esnre&i V:10 A. M.
Erx.tTOuji L KI3TCCT.T lO A- M., 1 V. M.
Saturday, September 29.
C A N D1D A T KS.
s x iKiu.ixGwt.irrH.
K 1! CHEATHAM. . ,
11 Ward JOHX IKiYI-F--,
J C McFEKKAX.
41 h - R I. CREXSHAW.
5i d " K 1 MEIGS, Jr. .
2.1 Ward J T PE1J-3-1
- PS WimlWAKi.
4tii - C E II MAKT1X.
A G Il.t'-EY.
5tb ' AS CAMP.
W S CHEATHAM.
J Bl KAK.il fcLUl.
7th ISAAC PACI
8lh - A A ILUUIER.
We are authorial to announce WM. 11. IIOI1X
a.- a csndilaK' l-r AidiTBion from the 3rd War J.
JVptlT-td " -
&f We are author i2'-d to announce JJlIX X". ALEX
AXDER, aa a canli!nte fir Alderman in the 3rd Ward.
EAn.E0Ai MhtTisd ix Cixcixxati. A large
mcetinj of the mtTclianls,nianaractarprs. acd
citizen? generally, of Cincinnati, met at tbc
Exchange in tbat city on Thursday t vening
last, to listen to the arguments ot the Com
mittees frcm Nashville au.l Knoxvilie, aul
ulso from the rt-presentatires of ihe proposed
line of roul through ilorri-town, in this
State, by the Cincinnati, Cumberland Gap and
Charleston Eailroad. Mayor Bishop acted as
Chairman of the meeting.
The ol ject of Ihe meeting, and iho presence
of the Committees from the various points in
Tennesrwc, being announced ly the Chair,
Mayor IIoLi.i.GswouTH, of NSsh7iile, wa3 in
troduced, and stated to the meeting that the
city of Nashville, feeling the great importance
of tt railroad connection with Cincinnati
augmented in its importance by the existing
circumstance ol a dearth of provisions in the
South, and want or navigation in the Cum
lierland river had delegated, through the
action of their City Council?, himself and his
associate to make kn.uvn lo the cisizens of
Cincinnati Iheir desires for the establishment
of ft direct railway communication Im-Iwc-ii
the two cities. The present road to Louis
ville was controlled by a Louisville Directo
ry, and had not beeu found to meet the dc
eires of Nashville. Although Nashville had
expended largely tc build her present roads,
she was willing and desirous of contributing
her proportion to build a road to Cincinnati.
Mr. II. dwelt upon the fertility of the region
through which the road to Nashville would
pass, argued its importance to Cincinnati, be
ing the direct route to New Orleans, the
trade and travel ot which it would bring
through Cincinnati ; now going throug'a
Memphis lo Cairo, and tlier.ee via Indianapo
lis to the East.
Gkop.i;e .Masey, Esq., of the Nashville del
egation, was then introduced, and eloquently
and ingeniously argued the advantage of the
Nashville route ; spoke ol the immense com
mercial interests ot Cincinnati, and contended
that Nashville was the point to which she
should direct her energies. Mr. Manet spoke
at some length. lie contended that the line
via Nashville affoided the nearest route from
Cincinnati to perpetual navigation, and lo
Memphis as a point on the great Southern
line lo the Pacific! lie thought $1,000,000
or SI, 230,000 could be raised on the Mem
phis end of the route.
After speeches by members of the other
delegations, the meeting adjourned to meet
the next evening.
Meeting of tue U. S. Gkaxd Lodge I. O.
O. F. The United Stales Grand Lodge of the
Independent Order of Odd Fellows mcet3 in
this city to day, and will probably continue
in session daridg the week. Nearly cr quite
every State iu the Union will be represented,
and the representation will comprise much of
the '-flower and chivalry'' of the Order- A
public reception takes place Ibis morning
under the superintendence of Chief Marshal
E. R. Glascock and his aids. The members
of the Older will turn out iu full force, aud
the moving of the procession along some of
the principal streets of the city will be the
"sensation'' of the season. The followiug is
the programme :
Programme of Arrangements
For I- ceptioii of the
CRAM) LUIJ'GE CF THE l.MTED STATES,
Monday, September 17 th, I860-
The ditTerent Lodges aud Encampments will meet at
the Lodi.-e Uuoiu at Md Fellows' Hail, Monday at tf
o'clock A. SL , at wbk h place the Procession will be
fc Tiiied in the following order:
Resident and Visiting Members in pood slandm-r.
si r s t c.
, Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council.
P.. W. Grand Lodge of the United States.
P. G. Pire, Wildey, in open Carriage.
The Procersiou will movo up Summer to Spring,
through Spring to Cherry, down Cherry to I'niou,
through I'niou to College, down Collect' to the Public
Square, around the square to Cedar street, through Ce
dar to State Capitol, where tho Reception Addresses
will be delivered in Representative Hall, on behalf of
tho Order by P. G., E. T. JUscocK, Murfree?boro',
and on behalf of the city by his honor, Mayor Hot-
The public geuerally and the lad es partieubuly ure
Invited to attend.
Tlie Mayor, Aldermeu and Common Council, arc re
quested to meet at their Council Chamber at 10 o'cl"k
where they mill be waited upon ii- - .oitte on Ih--half
of the Ordr. F K. GLVSCOCK.
The Chief MarshalV Aids are Messrs. G. Y.
Dardex, T. Coi.EM.tx, L. K. Spain, M. L.
Alexandus, J. W. PaTTox, and C. Wettk-
Tlie Slate Fair Flxtk Day.
The State Fair closed Saturday. "U'e in-
tcndeil to speak of it at some length this
morning, but must forbear for want of space.
LIST OP PKEVlt'US.
UrU Mieh Cow 4 entries; premium $51) to
Dr. 11. C. Foster, of Davidson.
J anttft Trottiiw Mure in Jliirr.et. 1 tuliy.
and premium to Anderson Waddle's Lady
Fastftt I'uriPff Mtre. 4 eutries; premium to
G. V. ilaniuer. of Nashville.
FuUsi Jlunijti Mart. '1 entries; premium to
J. W. Gee.
lint Sudtile UtUwff. 18 entries; premium to
Frank Uuehanau's John C. Lreckinridgc, of
1-OC1S XAPCLEOX COLTS.
Zjxcial J'rtmium by F. A'. MeXauj.) 8 en
tries, and premium to .Joseph ' Vaulx's Sam
lIwuntatuJJp.iQ tun ics; prcmiom to Jo.-:
ilillL-r, ot Wilson.
We Lave not yet procured a list of premi
ums, awarded, in the Ladies' Department uor
in that of agricultural impiemeuts, ntachine-
To each of the King Masters the Bureau
pre n ted a silver cup for the very est isfuc lo
ry n.saner in which they discharged their
dat.es. . ' ..
AS HVIL 1-1
. W AJ
HON. JN0. J. CHITTENDEN,
"September 2 lilt and 2 jtli, I860.
TLe Union puty i t Nashville Laving
learned thai Ilmi. Ju J. CurrrEXUKX would
visit his fii nds iu this city, be has lee:i in
vited to sddr-.-ss the p.-op'e upon the issues
of the pend;ng Presideii'i:! eleetioa. He
will nriive tin Mond-iy, the 2tlh inst., and on
Tuesday, 2.Vh ins! A Grano IUskkt Iix
nei; will hi held at
. IVatkiu' Park.
A numler of distinguished gentlemen from
this and adjoining States have been invited,
and are expected to be present.
COMMITTEE OK BECE1TI0X:
Iirssii.1. HorsTOX, Sam. D. Mohgax, Dr.
J. E. Manlovb, Johx Tkimdi.e, Jchix M.
committee or arkaxgemexts.
Wm. R. Ellistox. A. F. Gokk, Sam. Wat
kixs. Madisox Stuattox, Thomas T. Smiley,
Michael Vai gux, W.D. Ewlnu, Jesse Jok
dax, Gen. Matlock, Thomas E. Joiixso.v,
Gilkebt Maksuall, S. S. Hall, Excch
CrxxiXGHAM, Henby Comptox, Philip Shite,
E. B. Bigley.
rervbidv is invited. Let 110 friend of
the Union aod the Constitution, of peace and
quiet, fail to attend.
A Kew Way to C'olleet Old ebt.
It is not generally known outside of the
United States, we lulieve, but it is a solemn
and impressive fact, nevertheless, that our
distinguished fellow-citizen, G." Washi: uton
Bricks, edited for some years, with a bril
liancy not of earth," a one-horse newspaper
in one of the rural villages of this State. It
is difficult to believe it is utterly impossible
for thousands to believe Ibat one who time
and again in the illimitable ring of the
World's Grand Perpetual Fair has borne olf
the cerulean lutestring for all intellectual ex
cellence that one who has achieved a name
that shall shine on in uusullied splendor
when the lone inhabitant of night's great orb
shall have di d of solitude and rheumatic
age a name that shall
from iis immortality l'k forth
In the s-.in's face, like yonder Alpine snow,
IiiiperishiiMy pure, beyond a'.l things below,"
it is, we say, difficult for all and impossibl-j
for many to believe that
One who luis ascended fame's bidder so hiaii,"
Tluit his progress L-s f topped by the rascally sny.
began his career in a country printing
office. But such, we repeat, is nevertheless
the case. When he retired from Ihe business.
he found that he had hundrtds, aud the print
ing fraternity will readily believe us if we
say thousands, of dollars in small sums scat
tered all over the civilized world or as much
of it as lies wilbin the Southern States, and
outside of Delaware and South Carolina. To
every inhabitant ol these latter, and of these
only, of all the slave-holding States of the
Union, can Biik ks trutHully say as the un-
fortnnate Leak said to the elements
-You owe uii: uo subscriptions.'"
Some time ngo Bkicks addressed the fol
lowing letter to one of his delinquent sub
scribers, a ' dooced clever fellow," by the
way, whose delinquency w merely another
name for thoughtlessness; and as it brought
the money by return of post, we are kindly
permitted to lay it before printers doing
business under the credit system, as "a new
way to collect old debts." It is unnecessary
to say it is uot copy-rigbtcd :
Letter fho.m Bricks to Mii.
Nashville, May 22, 1SG0.
My Dear Sir : Anions my old news
paper accounts yet remaining outstanding,
and with a-devilish slim prospect of ever as
suming what I, as an unprejudiced individual,
would consider a more satisfactory attitude,
is the one I take the liberty of enclosing
From the date, you will perceive that I have
suffered it lo run a long time not particu
larly, I candidly confess, as a personal favor
to you, but principally because I couldn't
help it, I believe I had the pleasure several
tim'-s in year? past of mailing the account to
your address, accompanied by the request
that you would make me a remittance iu ac
cordance with its demands ; but the happi
ness of receiving a line or so in reply was, I
am pained to say, in every instance denied
me. I am sure, however, that this, of all my
humble efforts iu that direction, " the bright
est and the last," will prove more success
Tho stars have said ii.
And my own prophetic and oracular s-.r.! .
Confirms the ahinins Sibyls."
But not to put too fine a point upon it, if you
have as much a3 ten dollars in money and
sixty cents in P. O. stamps about yonr
clothes, suppose you enclose the pile to me
and be doue with it. I know this is askine
a good deal of you much more, in fact, than
I would venture to ask of many men I could
name and I can point only to my extreme
youth and worldly inexperience as an apology
for the magnitude, not to mention the impu
dence, of the request. As yon are evidently
aware, I hav n't any use for money myself,
especially iu such small quantities; but un
fortunately I am ctllicted with a distant rela
tion who has, and my sole object in inviting
your attention lo the. 1:m1 uu iu question is
to gratify him. The highest aim of my life,
now that I have abandoned that of earning a
great deal of money I could nevfr collect, is
to gratify people. If I can gratify you in
any way whatever, my dear sir. let me know
by return mail, and I'll do it.
But what do yon say to sending me that
ten dollars (omitting till further mention of
the odd cents for the sake of a round num
bcryjust for the fun of the thing! It may
be that you can see no lun in a transaction
of this sort- II jou can't, do yoo get up the
transaction, and I'll furnish the fun at my
I don't want to embarrass yon in your
finances, and if, with your confessedly bril
liant legal acd literary attainments, (I some,
times hear of your triumphs at the bar, and
you know I u?id to copy your poetry from
the) Mist-issippi papers), you have not been
able to run ahead of your current expenses to
the distance of ten dollars in more than
half as many years,- telegraph me, dispatch
prepaid, and I'll send you a receipt In,lu1,
and a copy of ihe'New York Ledger for' tone
year. 1 mention the New York Ltdytr because
our friend Sylvaxcs Cobb writes lor it, and
for nothing else, except for a living I used
to write fur a living myself, yeu know ; but
as I expected a part of it to ccne from Mis
sissippi, aud it did n't, I quit.
Speaking of the uncertainties of life, .How
are crop, generally in your Slate, including
the result of your late Congressional' Con
vention? If oar wheat crop should fall,
could we rely ou Misiss"ppl for a biscuit r
two, and did you t.'ii out votir opponent at
th:i Convci:tii? (I see from the - P M1 r'
hat yn rv "la Iked ol lor Congress."j My
djt i in uaiiti'-ig t.i know aiiout the crop is
this: I have q iitea q i.uiity T uiou y due me
in j!i.-.rsi'pi, and it I can"! gel the cash, (and
have had no iutiiici mi nts hi Id out lo me
l hope ihht I can). I won't much niiud taking
it all out iu ci nntry prtduce. Anything u
wind uji my business which I am sj it. fully
1.11. li us fi uo a an su t I reitiiaiioii, my
business, ivi.h the v. ry t indent a'.d l some
if my fiiindsin Mississippi and elsewhere.
having roost fleet us lly wound me tip some
Wit1' the tamest wisa that yoo may run
char of ihe newspai-er Lusiuess through life,
or at least dmiug lite pn valence of the cred
it st rum as understood and carried out by
Mississippi subscribers. I am now, and shall
make an effort to remain,
Very truly your,
G. Washington Beicks.
P. S.-If it is n't perfectly couvenient for
you to send me that ten dollars by return
of mail, don't do it. I can wait. I am
used lo it- But if you dout, I shall feel dis
couraged, a sort of feeling a young mau
st felling ou iu life ought, if pa-s;ble.
If you got that numiuatian, and I really
hope you did, I may meet you in Congress
one of these fine d.iys most prolwbly in
the Senate when I hope to engage you in
a masterly debate on the popular doctrines
ol the day. Ia which c ise, of course I
shan't bring in as an argumenlum ad Iwmiium
the lit tie tin dollar affair now existing be
tween us, but which I am sure you will
not suffer to exist any longer.
g. w. a
Tlie reader will please be kind enough to ima
gine ihat e are standing iu the Valley of f hautouni.
The Theatre. We are not yet prepared
to express an opinion as to the merits of the
Company the new mau. geis of the Theatre
have introduced to the patrons ot that insti-
tutiooj bat we may venture to say that it
embodies quite as much talent as that of last
Mr. Stetsox, to whom is assigued the lead
ing business, is an actor of much promise, and
at no distant day will stand high in his .pro
fession, lie ; possesses intelligence, a good
voice, a fine figure, an easy, graceful carri
age, and, in fact, all the elements, we think,
of the successful actor. He possesses too a
laudable ambition lo distinguish himself hi
his calling, and we do not doubt he will at
tain his object. lie won golden opinions in
Georgia and South Alabama last winter, and
is rapidly winning his way to popular favor
The tragic drama of Pauline, or die Assas
sin Bride, was repeated Saturday night, Mr.
Stetson and Mrs. Breslaw sustaining the
To-night we are to have The Robbers, and
Xo Sony, Xo Supir, with a song without the
supper, by Miss Axxie Scaxlax.
JtTThe premium of $100 offered by Mr.
Brockway at the State Fair for the best
specimen of woik done on the Grover & Ba
ker Sewing Machine, was awarded to Miss
Isabella Hall, of this city. She presented
seventeen specimens, all of which were ex
tremely beautiful, challenging the admiration
of every visitor to Floral Hall.
Mr. George M. Taylor's Concert. A
most delightful concert was that of Mr. Geo
M. Taylor at Odd Fellows' Hall, the other
evening. The audience was a very intelli
gent one, and comprised some of the most
beautiful among' the fair of the city. The
music consisted of a number of the sweetest
gems of Thalbero, Acber. Doxxtzettl, Listz,
Viecxtemps, etc., and the execution of every
piece, from the first on the piano by Mr. Tay
lor, lo the concluding one, the Dream Violiu
Solo by M'lle Camille Ukso, was a complete
triumph. Madame Ukso and M'lle Grigxon
are charming vocalists, and sang a number of
difficult pieces with rare taste, while M'lle
Camille Urso's performances upon the violm
were the nep'ta ultra of instrumental music.
Her Dream Solo was as beuutiful as themin
strelsy the poet In ars in his sweetest dreams
The Zouaves. The following are the offi
cers elect of the Zouave corps organized in
this city the oP.ier evening:
Giptuvi Thos. II. Taylor.
lsi Lieutenant C.W.Kennedy.
2d Lieutenant T. Craighead.
3 J Lieutenant P. G. Price.
4th Lieutenant J. W. Nichol.
Orderly Sergeant J). J. Scanlau.
Later from Europe.
New York, Sept. 13. The bourse was dull
on the M. Keutes Grit. oc.
Gen. Lamoriciere was about leaving for
Naples, with 30,001) troops, to prevent Na
ples lrom becoming anarcbial.
In view nf the fall of the Bourbon dynasty.
an uirposauie vessels 01 me aarmuiau rsavy
will be seut to Naples.
Military preparations arc more vigorous in
The Province of Terra de Lavora has risen
in insurrection. Bands of Insurgents are
uninug and marching on Camp Basso.
Garabaldi is still at Monteleone.
The King of Naples was to pay an indemni-
ncation 01 uiree million francs for the French
losses at the bombardment of Palermo.
It is asserted that the prohibition of the
departure ol volunteers from Sardinia has
The Neapolitan Ministers huve withdrawn
Eschelella having failed to form a new
Cabinet, Fersigny made another speech pro
ducing the impressien that Napoleon would
only maintain the Pope's throneship at the
Vatican, but would not help Laraorcierc to
keep the Roman States.
Bombay trade was very dulL
Liverpool The weather has been favora
ble for crops. Waketield, Nash &, Co. quote
flour having a declining tendency, at 3ua32s
6d.. Yellow and mixed corn 31s. Lard 61a
C4s. Sugar steady.
Loxnov wii b.M a declining tendency.
Sugar dull, though partially advanced 6d.
Havre -Cotton unchanged; sales of three
days 300 bales.
It ia rumored that the Cabinets at Turin
have agreed to prevent the invasion of the
States of the Church.
The French garrison at Rome is to be in
Ancona has beeu declared in a state of
siege. The Papal delegates have been re
called. The revolutionary committee have
been there and discovered important papers.
- The confusion at Naples is increasing.
Garabaldi writes the Annexationists' com
mittee that be will be at Naples about the
8th 10 assume the Dictatorship of the two
Sicilies iu the name of Victor EmanueL '
FrouiA'twloik. . . ; . .
New York, Sept. 14. The Douglas State
Committee have rejected the fusion with the
Breckinridgeites on the -electoral ticket, by a
vote of seven against five. '
Later front Mexico.
, Washington, Sept. 14. Official, Mira
mon's defeat is confirmed, though the battle
was at Telca and not at Lnjos, as reported,
and lasted only one day. Miramon'a gener
als. Echeco and Hernaudes, were killed, and
Alfat a and Andraez taken prisoners.
- . From Uathingtoa,
Wasuixgtox, Sept.. " 14. The demand
Hgaiuet Cupt. Hollins, of the sloop-ot-war
Cyan, ha been -decided in favor ot the de
teudini, because Hoi tins acted under the or
ders ot the Secretary of War in the bombard
ment of Grey twu.- ii ...
Philadelphia, Sept. 13. Hon. Henry M
Fullerchairman of the Union State Execu
tive Committee, has called a meeting of the
committee at. Hanisburg on .the 27th Inst.;
for the purpose of completing the electoral
ticket and selecting a candidate for Gov
ernor. . ; ., .
-' - C ollision. - !
Ch:cam. Sept. 15. A r llisiiwi ei rni
last night b tweeii ni'r r and lr. ihi
train, between R icin a d Fr !. r-y
wbii b, five m i- ue we re k II-! and ': wuiio-l
kiib d. -
II tier e wm. . ;
Locisvilij:. Sept. IX 'i lie ri v-r is fal'it J ;
wMj o fret 3 i 11c lies water in f hi; riri'tl.
!Iaifcrfs !jr I elc",rapli.'
Ni ft Oi:ik. Sept m'xr 1 ..-Cu'inu J
sale lo-ditv 4.00H bal. s; middling lUliloS. i
t a. .... .... . . . . . 1
Jiffs niK iirm zz.ow. nur articl s un
chansfd. The Shipping List kv the toial
cotton crop of 1S.19-O0 is 4.779.770 bnl.'
total xiiorls i loreisn pt, 3 873.256
bales; stock ou ban. I September ht.. 227.-
Cincinnati. Sent- 15. Flour nominal : 4 $5
u4.90 is offered. Mess Pork 19.00. Oats 31.
New Yoek, Sept. 15. Cotton stead?; cab a
1.500 bnlog- middlinjr upland 10i. Flour de
clined 10il5c, sales 18.500 bbls. at5,50i5,60.
Wheit declined 2a3c. Corn active and de
clined lc 66a68J. Mess P.rk dull; sales 200
ODis. at 19.3. Jal9,50. Lard dulL sales 200
bbls. at m.il3L Coffee auiet Molasses
Orleans 45: Earbadoes 35. Sales of 15.000
boxes Havana snrar. sold on private terms.
and 1.000 hbds. Porto Rico, at 6JaC. ?
Daily Patriot Ofjice,
Nashville, September 17, I80O
FLOUR. The market is well supplied.
Supcrfiue in bbls $6 6 50-
Extra " 7 00rai7 50
Extra " sacks.. 3 503 75
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally (rem abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being offered. We quote red at $1 15
1 20 per bushel ; white $1 251 30 per
bushel. Seed wheat selling from -Store at
SI 40a$l 50.
BACON None offering. It would com
mand the following prices, if offered. Shoul
ders 10 I?, S; clear sides 14; bams 13. Sales
from store, wholesale, hams 15, shoulders 11;
clear sides 15.
CORN. While So per bushel; mixed 80c.
OATS. 60c per bushel.
LARD None offering. Would brin g 13c
MEAL Is selling at S085c bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40o. lb.
GINSENG--40C lb. s .
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
9j10 lb.; prime to choice 10lCJc; ia
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10J113c lb.,
crushed and powdered llj12c: Loaf 11
St. Loals Iarket.
St. Loris, Sept 13 P. II.
There was uo Xew Orleans boat receiving freight
to-day, aud business was Eome what restricted on luat
account; but a fair bosines? wg done in n:iiog coast
and other orders; aud receipts being only moderate,
these orders were sufficient to embrace the greater
share of the offering, so that a urnmess and full prices
were had. The lot of 1,000 bbls city Supcruue Flour
oll'ored yesterday, to sever .1 parties at 55 Dual! v
found a buy or ax that figure. To-day several parties
ottered to buy at that price, but there was none t- bo
had. At present prices of Wheat millers contend th it
tdey can barely save themselves at $5 6, aud they
refute to sell for less. They did not take hold of
Wheat rreely, and that article was dull and drooping.
Small receipts and a good demand made Corn quite
firm. Oats steady. Spring Barley ad ranced 6c. Kyo
was 102c higher, with fair siles. Whisky sold free
ly at ia:. Holders of Hemp remain linn, and a few
lots were sold at last quotations.
Locisviixk, Sept. 14 P. if.
Ia the peer .1 market we have no chtnge to note.
Klour coi.tiacs firm w i;h a good demand at $5 '2&(St
$5 50 for Supeiliuc and b 752d fur Extra. Wheat
is arriving free'.y, and it is nil readily taken at 1
$1 15 for prime to choice White Kentucky. Corn
was iu good demand, with sale of nearly 2,000 bush
els at 65c for ear, aud 0fS6ac for sheiied, s.icks in
cluded. Oats were quiet ai.d uuchinged. Whisky
was dull at 20,'4'c.
Provisions continue very firm and buoyant, nith
but a email denuud for Mess Pork at $-0, an 1 t
which price holders arefiim. There is a large de
mand f r Bacon to till Southern orders, but the lr.11 s
acbons to-uay were limited at 10, Vtyi, ViJi and Vitt
lor ShouUiers, Kib, C;e r Rib and Clear Sidt-s. Iid
brm at 13i :, witu but a light stock o.i hind. , e
learn that lue stocks in tt. Louis aud Xew Orleans
are light, with an active demand.
September IS, 19 and SO, 13GO.
FIRST LARGE AND EXTENSIVE
Fall and Winter Goods
TEABTJE & LUCUS,
On liberal terms, over One Hundred Thous
and Dollars worth of Goods, that
must be sold.
E are now receiviug and opening a hirge and well
selected stock of Staple and Fancy ' .
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS AND BROGANS,
Xegro extra size Mud Boots, and Fine Fur and Wool
ILitf, Cloth Caps, and a large stock of Variety Goods,
Threads ot all km Is, and Yankee Notions. &c , ic.
A large stock of every grade of Prints, Bleached and
Brown linmestk-s, I 'la id Lindseys primed and plain, all
wool lieLaines and Cashmeres, Colored Silks, Black
Silks, Poplins, Debages, French Merinos, English and
German Merinos, Printed American lieLaines, Ribbons,
Trimmings, White (ioods, Embroideries, Laces; a largo
stock of white, yellow, red and gray Flannels; Cloths,
Cassimeres, jjauinetls, Jeans, Seal Skin aud Beaver
Cloths; Over Coatings; a largo stock of Shirts, tkirts,
Fronts, Shirt Collars, Suspeniers, Gloves, Hose aud
half Unec ot every kind, 4c
A largo and well assorted etock of suicruno .
eiuj -made Clothing,' -J
Consisting of Over Coats, Business -Coats, fine Cloth
Frock and Dress Coats, Pants and Vests, Vnder-shirts,
and Drawers. A full line of Clothes now In storejust
ALSO, 650 cases of Shoes, Boots and Brogans, Chil
dren's Bo-ts and Shoes and Infant Shoes. This stock
is unusually large, and will be sold under anybody's
prices in this market. . .
- . Also, a large stock of .
-.nlvet and Ylriiflieta Cni-noti nir A mil 9 tiiv tiair .nnl
and all cotton Carpeting, Dutch and Scotch Carpeting,
which will lie sold cheap. . - , -,
Knives and Forks,
Sa3, Augers, fiimhlets, Door Locks! Pad Locks. Black-
o , vim. ..tug, uuus (uiu vj mi injis, sc.
We nnwillingly acknowledge that we have the larg- j
est stork of every description of Goods la the city of
Nashville, and we hare to say Is that we intent to sell
them. Our house kmaix be the head quarters for cash !
and short time prompt buyer only. There is a Cash
and prompt Time Trade that purchase their goods in
this city, and we intend to sell to that Trade exclusive
ly; and we say to cash and prompt time buyers call
aud examine our . , -
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK.
Tlie extreme hardness of times has thrown Into our
house a large amount of Commission Goods, which will
be Bold regardless of prices.
This indeed is a rare chance for cash and prompt pay
purchasers. A liberal discount wiU be allowed on all
time bills for cash. We would merely say to men who
have a deserving credit and pay rash Just attend this
sale. Tne goods must bo sofil. "Remember the days of
sale, September 18, 19 and 20.
scptS-t l co TRABUE i LCCVS.
P. Y. M AXEY & 1 0.,
" XO.' 4S MARKET STREET, "
Wholesale and Ileta"-'-l)catei
Wrsnglit and Cast Iron Cook Stoves, -
AXD every varicfy'of f!ealin, stove Grate, Tin
pl-ita, Copper, Iror , Wire i6inc, Japaned, pressed
and couunoa Tinw are, Bras Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jar, Cupper bottoms, c, A a. Are now tn receipt of
large and welt assorted slock of every article usually
kept ia their lino of buuinese, which they are deter
mined to aell low for cash or to punctual dealers.
Job work of every kind solicited and special atten
tion H-eo to it. - Wo ara also prepared to do Roofing,
fluttwmg, k. , fet tae beat manner poctlbl.
- - ptfr
4 V k Z&ZJJ
ri T T' f T T fl T XT A T
J Jj xt V7H1U1 Av X- JJ i
J i t A f
4 ' L
CAN BE FOTTNTI AT
SOUTH OF BROAD.
t., t i. u .i v; . . i
DO NOT BE DECEIYEI) BY IN
TERLOPERS WHO PALM THEM-
' I r I
SELVES OFF AS THE INDIAN
- W a -A,
.- ' l . i . f
. --- i. X
SOUTH OF f BROAD,
i i ,
r j $
r t i A j
" e s f r
na j ;" u a Hllunt 'S I
ri kf- wa iitw--- i
tr avv sit ' i
? fei ai,..:
I ' if fern
V If i2
'i "- u-; a 1- J i I . , .
2 : lAii j:.:. t f w. - - n i -J
I i v tenzgz R-l-M fe fe:? rnm rl KkJ -
i Si" - . f . ; . . : : - 1 -
- Min K,
! . i l l ESQ! "VHiUlSAU:
Oil Eenrboa, O'd wyff- MnonE
meahMa. In'&h and
ad A:i?l- Bi-aai s; pjrt, Midera. Malaga, Caam asaa and Catawba Wines:
ScuKi aailiJUai-lu a, aiiaii otrnc aajgridioi Aaqaora Utatcaabe
uuna in the .western iou&cy.
HcTlS:'J.fi'K. I-Kf'I VT. i.. T AKK.X l.f fKIi.WliK HiR AXY OK OTR COOTS, or we will exrliange for
Wild or I moored I.iii-;. at Vh ITieew. wttiX tB-lfifn are perfrct." Our ternts WiU be to sr-tl th owner
oi a j-i.vo n tm. I l.iU i !' 1 ,-:oi s. ( n;.ir.-. Tobatvo. ,vc , sueh a a.-ortractM as he niav select, at ou lowest
Ca.h Price?, aud l .ke our J--i in one-ilura tasli. raid iwo-thir.ls'ru faiai. ' - -;- '. , . -
pHrtu'Aixehangiu Li- lor Li r"' -. r- '-,n han'Ibe total am.jai.t of the bill allat one time, or they can
c'..i the li -ie :tli ii, a. ui i-r!erjtiwVo(fc fa larjt; i sniiuf- quaiitit:e?,an4 only pay the one-third cash pay
ment im fciii orrlr n toaiiu.iryj lsu.t-r.w will sell.il low figures for asinall proportiua.caah, and give long
crejit ou'the tmlaae..--' We .uramit .-I- to !c eixd a can be finind in the Western country .
C. II. TYLKK CO.,
sept 10-Jy XO. 17 MARKET STREET, ST. LOCIS, M13SOCRL
oOOOO Copt' s already e11.; ,
j u ax r .u .:-'t:i:r.
COl-: - sE 1 L.O II IS B USI.N S,
itv innu cno iiv,
- lit the Philadelphia P-ir. '
It Tells YOU How to draw up Patlurrthip I'tspcrt
an-I livi? general fornis lor
mails of aii kinds, Hills f" .Su.H
Irtisrs and J'l iiZvtns.
It Tells YOU llow to draw up Bvmtesxvl .V"r?.KiotS.
Affitiariif. I'aicrrs nf AUnrniy, XUfs
attd Bills of Kcchanjfc, HfriiiU and
AVm-. - -
It TellS YOU Tfie Ijiws for tho Q-lleetion. f Prlis,
with the statutes cf Limitation, and
.-inn-mit anil kiud of prop-ty A-r-eutj
t'roiu kcraoion in every Suite.
It Tells YOU How lo make an Assinmmt proper
Iv. w ith lorin. tr tJvmposiium. ilh
' t Vrrfi'W. nnd lite in sol cent lilies of
every State. . -
ItjT-llS YOU Tlie legal relations existing between
GuanliiiH and H ard. MaMcr aiut
Aiircnticf, and Lim!luni and Tot
ant. It Tells Yoa What constitutes Librl and Slander,
anil uie uv aa 10 jmrrwgc iwvr,
tlio H if t Kight ill 2Vui"ty, IH-
Mc and .ttimony. . .
It Tells" You
Tlie I Aw lir-Jrii'Xiria ia every
Stitir. and tlie Airruralui.m fxne
-of lbs country, and bow tocompiy
It Tells YOU The Iwcoaoeminr.iniaBdliow
to ODiain ue. ana tne t re tMtpium
Latrs to I'ul-ltc Lands.
It Tells Yon The ljrw for J'atmts. with mode of
oroeeuure mouiainiuc one, w im in-
U ferau3,Asriynauiitiatut laltlr of
It Tells Yon How to mako your II dl and how ti
Administer oh. a usuue, wuu
law and the retirements thenvf In"
It Tells Yoa The meaning of Law Tortus in general
UKe. ana explains to you me Lstns-
latiee. attentive and Judici.il J'oic-
rtt oi" both the Oenrral and iSute
It Tdlls You IloWfo leejaiit Lmc.by showing
how to lio your busings legally,
thus Savitu a at aiuouul m prop
erty, and vexiitloi'S litigatioii, by
its tnn!'!y ronsultsiioni -
s.;....; n ill iw si-nt bv mail. iKisuuie raid, to
Kr-, u t-,Lrm-r. En-rv Merhanie, J-Sttrv Man of tittsiness.
and AivryWy i .Wry State, on receipt ot il,e0 or m
law st vie ol liuiUin,; at M Ji.
tj r.in be made by
mei prisiig men
everywhere is selling me awnr woits, our iiiuuio-
menta to all such uiii very tiiierai.
- Kor-Pinle copieauf tin- liook. or totJei 0.4 ia agents.
w nil other inioi inalion, aj-piy to or aaiires
JOHN . tOTIEi, Publisher,
Xo. C1T SansiiHtr , J'hila tAhia , J'a.
Tllli JJAli.NKS ilOUSK,
J. T.fUarnes & Co., Proprietors,'
No. 43, I'niou Street,
TTRXISHKS Moats- at aU hours, day ana niitiii, ana
l? has extensive nrruigeineuts lor regular supply ot
e.flMin of everv desrriiitiou.Kisli.Oysters, uie very oesi
Wiiii hiuI ev. rv ol iier nrticle of luxury which can
pussiblv be obtained in Xashviilu. The house is pro
vide! with the bil ! looks, aud the best apparatus
lor eookiui;. Kami; Hail httod up in haudsouie, coiu-
tortable style. ' sepa-u
tOKSER rtli.ie AMI IT1ERKT STBEKIS,"' 4
Xaltvillc. - - - TeuncMM.
3. MOOUlv, Vroprietoir.
t" llAVF.ninrte ev B'ivi'arrcriic-?ta'Bt liir the receiv-
X ng ? alHhe-;itale'.iciis ui thewcoaiuig beason, of
FhJt.FleKh and Fowl; our oysters wiJ lie Trom the
most celebrated beds. Pickets and condiments from
u 1, k.., 1 ...... ul l.-,..io r.i rs-a A- R'-i;A-m-llMnd-
lite oivlfiawrniMniwU'iiiiviMfi ' ' sy. -. .....
Lea As Pen jiw ith a lareand well ejected Stockut
.... . a
Kvcllenl CtXiKS aud attentive. Waiter, Ihe whole
under the siniormteielanee ot Hull well know n r.picure,
i j'i i i ni lv iij L-..' i
air. i. ji.ii'i.i 1 iv i.i - .
Ou and alter the lilh of Supteuih. r we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AXD XIiJHT.
Railwar travelers will Had this amingeioi'Dt to tlieir
ituuui4;c. j.' e - ? "
pi lo 11
- r ;
TTN TOM T, FiSTATIRANT
UiUUi LtShO L HKJ XbtXVl J.
(Jninn sf.. oii tsiic tate Uank,
I'ake .wiure u iuDuning iu; puWje thiCtUey I comnareA vith it. Impurities ofthoblood.de
1 liavereeirtivmte.iaiaausJ A,. . I Bressioii .of vital energy, pale and otherwise
illmr - ad Dlilkillir .ttalOOa,
aaaliove. They ivil! keep cou"tnnHJ oil hand a good
r mvsitin vtir. Ac. kr.- .Tlievso-
r uj '1 1 'i s.. .tlx., v ...
lieiia aliraeuf uAircn.-iire. O'-jt-d cocks nud attentive
waiters. ' ' - l'-f
"The Kliil cf lat Cod'i.'CriiuliMowl."
HAS nadveil "llfonKswnonFly filh HA fasne i Vew
rrk, MAFJOX n.VUI-VXD'i XEV' ISKtKj .
Kv the Author of Hidden Path, Aioue and ih S-le
-Tlio area of tin story of Xemesis U laid ia the
South. Hie time, the lgiuning of the present ceutu
,r Tlie customs and events of those day aro traced
with fidelity ii-fprit. yet so kiliru':ly interwoven
with tho narrative, tluit tho reader is uot weariea ny
HtatLstlcs or dr? hisUiricai deiaiU. The homes of CHy
years ago seemed a? famiiiar to hiut as those he iiited
bat yesterday, and tlislruuis,di:hiiula from the
...a ul, b'Lnm k..LSfcie!s dailv. The
t.ietnres of humble lifo are graphic and refresh ing. In
jaeariaxfc-trf juf lPt -nre.artfstiodeleneation
rjt Piaster, iuorarnetnct53W thought aud vigw Of-
diiTjptkin,aiid.o'rtii' no other cosUaitu ajA, to
B othoe wi k from tho authors pen can there be found
; The teailcr cauuot but remark now jrreistaoiy ye
.. . i . 1. .it ii .v lliA 1 m! . nf urMltfl.
i, aa neej sfler he is once In the current to er
plain th crmimHiJ-t;'"a ,!iat "wns at the top the
page, tierure the Aon-' w unvailed ilia reader feel
her6ubtliulluen.'e, nuderstaiirtins by intuition that
,v tiklden ttriugs and serct wires undur ths
A ' '
ft t and .in ibMi'saieaC-lUa uiwrrjiCv-tins objecU of
fully prove that fc trihula n tnousu soiuj lines siow ig
-MnttSIUIBltll. .;. J '!
IUPDCXP ATI I.
a,. 1 Ul? "'fk ;
busbeifof AXCAiini3A4lViCMysa just trib
ute tftltte niort ,oieis.'al fci::Ue writer Virginia has
produced: " M. CI Ui-N BKi A.M.
--ItiiXlePwOlaJ.eunaiAia ble, and
: . i. . r iti Mv imm oatherucr. Potter
CUUl II Ul" li' 1 ' ' " 7 " .
thu gincd cuughter of the gouth wte ext-uiuuig
StiraulaU-.l unlevek.iKsl g,-uius, to walk ia heryi,
iinuiiiiiA m nTi trti kit n a tux t wt v , -
emulated her ai-lueveliienu", niv o. . -s...-,
crrthit tlw Srjtn has no literature, w M.ncea.o,c-
A.t: ; Lura SJPlr f nlv
au' 1 Sh'i I'K.
I lid' rather wrlTn-i.'-TfiW MILL
JUnW'K """I ;" 'F.V.. for ptemU.iT, Jit reveirra
J :- ,- - V h,1mv",I'j KturnkAjC, lha Xiiua lrom. Hetnptin, urn
a ri f. j V
. i. . .i . . k . . .
..MM C a. . .
X;.. 41 cUee. - ?trct.T
srj ; t e :
h.1 Hani - h jox Ifor l. es aci t.tmucaiaa
TastaiS'&,Vta9iVhiif"''cd,a colk-ctioa ol Sot
sr,tHonKi'"1 of ciuuelte,aBl conven-
Hotnliimi!., -ttKtoa y a prraoa II conversant
with iuewfirhii'and, wiHal; a diep touiker, a sag
reasooer.aud acvrnct dorA-ist.'" Jt will be com e a
standard work on Uahu aud ilat-nors, and will Bad
U way intn eyery ltrry. ralcby
u s " SOWS YORK CO.,
-i!Ktvft.'. tSi- W fetofjttise
W. JbJ Jbi
Scath Wk ?r. Cmi. -Pranrh. KhMT-r. f
Major Works' farm for tale.
) rilSl'AXT to a decree of the Chancery Court, at
Nashville, in the rase of Sarah 1). Work - W m.
Pvbus and others, I will proceed tc sell oa tke prrmitn,
ou Tuesday. 9th October, lSt, the Farm of 180 acres.
h-mtr on tue narinern aank or tne river (lumber tana, I
5 m Jes Oxra the-dty. and kBowm a the bome-piace of
Major W ork and boucnt by liini or Wna. rybus. -
i Ktuis. Sale tree lrom redemption, and oa credit or
6, 12, IS and 24 months, without interest purchaser
to give notes w nn approved security ana lien to re
tamed. f - J.- E. (iLEAVES. C. a: M-J
scptt-td-i - ' r ' v
Iaslam Real Estate far Sale.
PURSl'AXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu the case of Wm. Haslam, admr., tc..
rs. Catharine Haslam and other, I will iiroreed to eu
on tke yrrntises. on H'rtinrsdai, the lCXkcf Oeieber, 1850,
all the Real Estate of which the late Samuel liaslam
died poessed; the same consisting of the Mill IjH, 3
Luis ou xrreu street, i tAts on BetlevUlo street, 1
IjH on Jefi'erin street of 60,ij feet, 1 Lot of 300 feet OB
Jetferson fdreet," in McGavock'a Addition, I Lot ia
Batih M Wliiloude's addition. No. 60. r The MM nS fc
aut to be rrninml by purchaser. .
Tkkhh. i. z aun a years credit wita in t erect ; rood
personal siwirity required and lien retained.
sept-t-td J. E. uLEAl ES, C. M.
Toting fbirmifor Sale.
PCK5CAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the rase of H. T. WUknison, Ext.. sx..
of Ianiel Young, dee'd. . Ellen Young and th other
heirs and creditor of said Daniel xoung, I will proceea
to sell on the pn mipea, am iritUui, October 12th, 1660,
that flue Farm of tho late Daniel Young, situated 4
miles from this city, on White's Creek, containing 60S
acres and with excellent improvements of every kind
edit of 8. IS and 24 mouths, with inter.
est. Note'- with gooj s.'cunty required and payable us
Bunk, aud lien retained.
Sec band bills J. EL. CLEAVES, c.
29 Xeurnet if the Dr. SheOn Estate.
I'RSUAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
- Nashville, in the rase of Barrow and Idadsley,
Aduir's., of the late Dr. John Shelby, dee'd., w. llaria
G. hiielliv and oiliers, I will sell at public sals at th
Court house, in Nashville, nn Satttrday, October 30th,
ls,io, 29 Slaves beiotrging to tne estate or Dr. ysrieltiy.
Terms. tt and VI nwmtna credit,- wltn tntereat,
purchasers to give their notes with two approved aecn
rilic and payable in Bank. Sale absolute and without
restriction. . - 1 : .' '
At the familv residence, in Edgefield, fHdaw, the
Uih October, ltMJO, I wiU seH all the Furniture and other
unsold personal projieriy; or every aeacrHxton, 10 un
highest bidders, ix uonthar credit with interest,
notes to be ravable in Bank and to be weU secured ex
cept when the purchaser amounts to less than $100, ia
which case tbe casli w m be required.
sept-t-td J. E. G LEAVES, C fc JL.
3 Xegroes tf the Mark Young estate for tale.
PCRPTAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Jauics II. and Jacob Young.
Admr s of Mark Young, dee'd., rs. uixabetn toung ana
others. 1 will sell at the Court-house, in .Nashville, m
Satunlav, AVrr atVA, 180, the following Slaves to
wn : Susan, Fauuy and Edward. - , .
: 3'rrms 6 nauitlis' credit without Interest, note pay
able in Bank, and with good personal security required
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TT? C nnmfi.i1 jtf fWvfrAvt nnA CnrVinTl liv eflflu
iiiv. iiuuiuu s-- v J a j
bastion in Hydrogen, of high, medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy, in each of tht
following complain ia, vis.": -
CE3ILITY, KZHV0X7S ATTIXTI0K3. EsTA
C1ATI0N, DYSPEPSIA, EiAKRHKA, COKSTX.
?dTI0X. -"VCBOFULA, SALT BHTXTK. SCURVY,
JaTJIJTjICE, LIVES C0MPLATNT8 RHXUMA
nS2t luXBCTTEIAL COXSEQTXEKCES, INTE3.
VTTTKXT FEVERS. NEURALGIA. CHE0NIC
I HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKKESS, BLTS-
MESSTEUATIOX, VrHITES, CHLOEOSIS, ete
'prvg 0N TffE FACE. ROUGHNESS OP
IHE &KIH, etJ.
The IROf being absorbed by ths blood, and
lua am-m """-b j
thus circulating through the whole system, sut
ti9t-v or rns naar can escain iiiqii uui w vuuw
The experience of thousands oauy proves utar
m.nnntimi of Iron can for a moment bo
m03t every eoneeivabU ease. In U cases of
female debility inuor aions, caxoraas, iu
effects are deUghtfolly renovating.: JTs remedy
has ever been discovered, in the whole history
of m; die me, wnicn exeria nca ptymjii, urp jt
and rnUy restorative effects. 6ood appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength.
witt an unusual tuspoaitioa
eheerfnl-eaerciae, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachie aad general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Put up In neat flat metal boxes eotttalnr R
tStMralla. prtee W t. per a
prrtc;C-lp BencrsJLly. WIU be-sent rree ss
,,!, 7jZoil iwlpt r tb PVe. All lc
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trs, orclrrs, tc tnoiua " -
rt.. r.l?FL- HI JAJtiksilj KJKJ.s
flntioro 1 Anonfa
m. rt Tlie above U st far-simile C ttao
tatn I cm l ch box.
uckl-jUiwAwly i i
m - ' - . TTTV-s
SapriOUS American WatCJieS.
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J$, ewelustlibljEjarornj. jl.hft ffie f -l Jewstere
of Nashville are selling counterfeit aad tgiitatioa Asser-
K-an Watches, for the genuine article, ttMOUtactured U
It is hardly necessary to state that such Watches ata
owfectlv worthless as time keepers; aad when bought
(or geauine are calculated to Injure the high reputatloa
which oar watches have at tamed. e thereror caa
lion the public against buying our watches from any
person who casDot furnish a certificate of gouuiaeas
fir every watch oflTdred for sale, bsariag the Bomber of
"the" VattJtaad lEe s"urnalar of the Treasurer of the
Company, R- K. Robbia. We also beg to Inform theeo
-who d4 in the spurkn article, that legaj prooeedBig
will be instituted against them, upon say well sothea
ticatea luslanc of their selling a cMuiterfeit or eoJora
ble imiiataio of any of our products after this not ice
... I' or lha American Watch Co.
' -A '' jt Bi ft APPL-TOA.gonta,
aug 20-d;iiliu 112 Broadway, New York.
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OK and aCtor XOKDAY F3TEMBOt XOth, lo, the
Uornuig Train, going South, will fcav Kasbvuls
at 6.1& A. M., instead of 4 li-
Throuith Ticket (riven to Decatur, Grand JsacUuo,
and Merrrphtt.--Onlv taiks Stain
The tints from Nashville to Dwtur. Grand Junc
tion, and Momphia wiU be I hour and 15 minute leas
m n 6Ti8-M fix."- . . .. .
. . . . i-..., .m..i i . . una
5 IwniMf nil arrive at NaatiViliest 4 P. M
. '.W W ... U.-ul
The Evening Train wdl loavs at So'dock, 1.
heretofow. c? ... , . . . -
Extra Fine Corn Meat.
t N addrtuaal supply uxt retire ! C
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..: T ,Xoftetieystwe.
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