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JOHN E. HATCHER, Associate Editor.
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ror YIee-President, ;
UF MASSACHUSETTS.' '
' ELECTORAL TICKET,
" ',' , FOR THE STATE AT LARGE.
. ASAIf.IE I'EllOS, ol Sumufr,
" 2. TAI LOR, or Carter. ;
'.. s i: i ..- - ;l
1. J. W. DEADEKICK. of Wafchin'ton.
2. 6. P. TEMPLE; of Knox.
fALFEED CALDWELL, of Mcllinn.
4. S. &. STANTON, of Smith.
, 5. E. I. GOLLADA Y, of Wil.cn.
. ; 1 6. WM. F. KERCH EVAL, of Lincoln.
7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Gil.-s.
8. JOH NT F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
; 9. ALVIN HAW KINS, of Carroll.
. 10. D.BrNABORS, of Shelby. "
'Central Executive Committee.
Edwin- II. Ewing, Nlux S. Brown, Allen
1 A. Hall, P. W. Msxet, John Lellyett,
I JoHIICALtEXDER, Horace H. Harrison.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 19, 1800.
omeiu'uj for all Patriots to Uead
. If the irye of any one who loves parly more
"-' than Ilia country, or who believes that a
. separation of the Union on Mason and Dix-
' 'on"S'Line would promote' the interests or
well-being of the people of either section,
f-hould rest upon these lines, he had as well
Hay aside the paper." We are not addressing
r.' Jum just now.. Bat wetrui-t that all patriot;
, . , , of every name and party and station and sec
a v - tioa will read this article and ponder it wel'.
' - The Presidential campaign of 18G0, is now
more than half over. There are lour candi-
' '"dales islill in the field. Three of them stand
'- in ' opposition to the fourth. That far, at
leaf-t, they are united, conceding to each all
that it claims for itself. That fourth one rep
resents a party which stands out boldly be-
lore all mankind as a great sectional fact.
Whatever maybe thought of its principles
-. whether its doctrines are sonnd. or its aim
. . - wicked or charitable its existence is unqnes
. ably t? sectional fact. The universal South
ern mind is in antagonism to the Republican
party and its candidate. He cannot and will
not receive support in any of the Southern
States. That is settled beyond all question
or controversy. The Union was not made on
any sectional bash", norvcan it be prolonged
on such a basis. It was entered into upon
the idea of a community of interests among
all the States, each One making some sacrifice
of a minor interest to secure the incompara
bly greater one of Union. And that i3 the
way in which it will have to be continued.
No one State could have its exclusive way in
the beginning, and no one section can have
its exclusive way now. It such attempt is
pushed to extremity, the Union must crme
to a speedy and disastrous termination.
Though nothing in the past would justify
separation would justify the giving up of
the Constitution and the Union which con
stitute our nationality, our glory and our
power yet there is a point in all public af-
. fairs which might render such a course not
' only justifiable, but necessary. The errone-
r CJ Ai,i oua construction of the nature of ourcom
, pact of Union has given rise to a brood of
- vagaries, asserting the right of peaceable bc
, . , cession, which are worse than nousense. So
f -. . . . i lcng R8 the FeQCrai Constitution exists and
preserves its binding effect, we are one peo
f pie one confederation of States uuitdand
inseparable. There is one way and but one,
trne and logical by which the obligations of
that instrument, that ligature of Uuioo, can
be broken and destroyed, and that is by Rev
j - - - clution. The right of revolution theniww
- ratio gentkuiK nobody, at any time ever denied.
, . , It is part of the history of all peoples it
never was denied, cannot be now and never
will be. It is this autocratic idea that a por
tion of a united people having one set of in
terests cr one set of opinions whet her prac
tical or abstract must have their own way
to tie exclusion of the other portion having
a different set of interests or opinions, that
breeds revolution that justifies revolution
that makes revolution necessary. But only
when pressed to extremity, and when every
other mode of redress has failed. Theu it
; becomes just in the sight of earth and Heaven
No diligent observer has failed to see that
- f our Republic is now engaged in an alarming
. ly swift race for this revolutionary goal.
r J. J-JIFour.years ago the Republican party came
before the American people declaring that it
would have its own way ; and was defeated.
To-day it rallies to the contest with the same
. .. . : determination, and with increased ardor and
with its legions under better discipline. It
mJ. sncceeJ.. Let the true-hearted patriot
, pause , and ponder that subjunctive proposi
..tion it may succeed. Its leaders tell as
- they desire euccess that they may show the
.. . South the anti-Republican States that they
" mean no harm to them, but that all their in
tents are entirely charitable. That Ls an ex
hibition, however, for which the South has
' ' little or no desire.' But we shall see.
-6inefrl85G, there has a party sprung up in
' - the South, the coun terpart of the Republicans
of the North. That was the natural and al
: ' most necessary product of this. The contact
; , ; of 1856 was simply an act of procreation, and
the gestation has been regular, healthful and
prompt. This Southern antagonistic party
'. would fail of its mission would be untrue to
" its paternity if it did not also seek to have
its own way. We shall not inquire in this
V place, whether we have transposed the real
' progenitor. It is enough for as to know that
. . they occupy these relations and that they are
marching respectively oa their proper mis
sion that of ultimate revolution and thai
.unless- they are checked . such will be their
goal. ;. Does . any intelligent citizen dispute
' this. If he does, we only ask him to read
the speeches of the Republican champions,
... i .-..- . .. and then turn to those of the new Southern
'. '. . party, for which we have euch a variety of
names that we cannot be sure of the right
i one. :The former tell us that if the latter
. .. - triumph and continue to triumph, all the
. r Y w-s'T . North will be overran with slaves : while the
, latter tell us if the former succeed the South
. . M
-: will be reduced to a state of vassalage, and
"-that horrors will be enacted in comparison
' " with which. Milton's 'vision of hell is bat a
sorry piece 'of moonshine. ' What does this
4 i meant Wht fa the English of it, if it is not
. dimply that the Northern and Southern
"-States cannot live together in the same
Union?" It can signify nothing else; and
that is but another expression for revolution;
' a ad that, too, not justifiable or necessary. -.
The great, overruling question for all those
-' - whom wa are now addressing, the patriotic
..!-.-. .. ttea of au parties, is therefore, whether this
' LV " fatal and fearful result can be averted, nd if
.2-1 C V PT&eM lt 11 otne in
u. t j .a (olasigoifieaoce. On one side of the balance
. placed the Union, and on the other all
;nAp inrstinn of uartT and policy.- With-
- out the one the other would be nothing. The
Union may exist without partiea, bat without
the Union, there can De no parues. oi
party fcigber than the ITnloa Is, therefore, pre-
posteroas. Our first duty, then, is to avert
revolution by defeating these great sectional
parties that are urging as to it. Such dtf.at
can only be accomplished by a anion of .ll
wuw aesire a continuance or tne Union on
the basis of the constitution. If it is desirable
to avert revolution, such a onion isdesirab'..:
As an effective party organization the Ra
publican is by far the stronger of the t o
sectional parties. The Southern extremist
have not a shadow of ground to hop? for aa
election before the people but the Repul II
cans have not because of absolute numbers,
but because of the divisions of their opp
neuts. They do not hold a majority vote in
the country, and cannot possibly elect by
their own numbers. Their sole chance is in
the divisions of those ho are opposed to
them. To show the truth of this assumption
let as inspect the facts. The following was
the vote of 1856.
Mr. Buchanan "received . ..'J. . .'.1,838,109
" Fremont " 1,341,264
" Fillmore " 874,534
Thus in a total vote of 4,053,907, the
Republicans polled less than one-third, leav
ing a clear majority agaia-t them of 1,371,-
439, or about two to one. Calculating the
increase on the rate exhibited in the two last j
elections, the total vote the present year will f
be, in round numbers, 5,150,000. There has
nothing occurred since ISiC in the North to
strengthen the Republican cause, but on the
contrary development-? have been maCe well
calculated to weaken it. The ultia positions
assurmd by its most conspicuous leaders
have tended to alienate the more cou.-ei va-
live men of that section from their standard.
Their ouly source f i.icreasetl . power is in
the fact of the opposing bave-your-own-way
party in the South. And granting that this
sectional antagonm has given tbein in
creased strength acd compactness, and allow
ing them one half the entire increase of the
popular vote, which is quite as liberal as any
of them will claim, their vote next Novem
ber cannot exceed one million nine hundred
thousand, scarcely two-fifths of the aggregate
vote cast. We have Uken some pains to
estimate the probable vote at the approach
ing election, ou the basis of that of 185C, in
connection with subsequent developments,
the division in the democratic ranks, and the
prescd state of feeling throughout the coun
try, and give the following, in round num
bers, as the probable result:
Mi. Lincoln will receive..
Mi. Breckinridge "
Mr. Douslas "
Mr. Bell " " -.
If our assumed increase on the aggregate
popular vote of 185C, shall prove nearly cor
rect, the actual result would not probably
vary materially from these fignres were the
lection to take place to-day. But it should
be borne in mind that Mr. Lincoln s less
than two-fifths might be so disposed in the
States, as to carry a majority iu tin; electoral
colleges, and thus elect him, not by a majori
ty, but by a minority. Amljieietipon arises
the only possibility of his s-uccess. So far as
Mr. Breckinbiduk and Mr. Douglas are con
cerned, neither can hope for election and
hile the former will obtain a less actual
popular vote, he will receive a larger electo
ral vote. Mr. Bell's vole is the strongest of
the three, and will continue to increa.se up
till the election but whether it shall be suf
ficient to elect him is certainly doubllul, if
the friends of Breckinridge and Douglas
continue their mad warfare. But with a
union of the true national, conservative sen
t'ment on Mr. Bell bis triumph would be
placed b"yond question, and both the sec
tional parties jrostrated.
Can this be effected? The politicians have
tried their ' hand upon it, and have failed.
From them we can expect nothing further in
that direction, and the matter is now wholly
in the hands of the people. It is for them to
do all that may be done for the safety of
themselves and their country. If they will
but rise to the importance of the great occa
sion, they can and will restore peace to a
land distracted and endangered. It is to
them we now appeal. Do they want revolu-
tiod with its terrible consequences? Do they
still prefer to clipg to party names and party
leaders while the Republic is imperiled?
Will they close their eyes to the real dangers
that encompass them and theirs, and still per
sist in aiding to briug on the catastrophe ?
They have followed the politicians until they
have approached nearly the precipice, will
they then leap into the vortex of revolution
of their own will and heart? Or wul they
rather abandon their leaders lor their own
safety and the preservation of their country?
That is the question, and the only significant
question now to be decided, we a.'-k them to
take it and answer it as becomes intelligent,
independent, patiiotic freemen.
We have thU to say, in conclusion: If the
people shall neglect the high and solemn
duty now imposed upon them; if they per
mit the machinations of the enemies of the
Union to prevail by their divisions, on them
be the responsibility. If they allow a mi
nority to precipitate them into a revolution,
unnecessary and nujastifiablc, they will be
held as criminals to history and posterity.
We now denounce in advance all trouble, all
strife, all revolution, all blood that may im
mediately issue out of the pending election
as unnecessary, unholy, unpatriotic. It will
be brought about by minorities and not by
the majority; and upon the shoulders of the
aiders and abettors be the burden and the
Xenueanee Certain for Urcekiuridse.
A gentleman of this city wrote to a relia
ble and well-informed citizen of Tennessee
for such facts as would be safe to bet on
. A 1 .. 1 i(iA 1
in relation to ioe voie oi iuai ciaie, aim
has received in return the following state
ment, which we take from a private letter
dated Columbia, Tennessee, September 10,
" As to this Stale, liou. v . U. yi till
tborne has just returned this evening from
a canvass ol the entire Lastern Division ot
the State ; my father returned yesterday
from a similar canvass, m company wttn
Gov. Harris, of the Western Division of
the State, and I have been to every county
but five in this, the Middle Division. We
hnvn r.omnared notes, and tbe unanimous
and confident opinion is that Breckinridge
and Lane are bound to carry wis euue oy
8000. Here we take all the Deis we can
get on this State but we have not been
able to invest much. Six of. the Douglas
District Electors have declined to serve,
and by the election my opinion is there
will be but two tickets in the State. The
circulation of Bell's record, of which I send
you a copy, is telling terribly upon the
Bell cause in this division oi me ciaie. .
"The infamous doctrine of Neill S. Brown
has frightened him and his partizans, and
he has dried it up ; but such doctrines
once spoken can never be recalled lor their
advocated benefit. We will keep the tire
up under him until be is done Brown.'
Montgomery Ala.) Advertiser. ;
Wc copy the above from a late number
of the Montgomery Advertiser. ; We -shall not
gainsay the assertion that the writer of the
Columbia letter, after conferringwith Lis
father and Mr. Wqitthobne, is of the opin
ion that the Breckinridge-Yancey ites " are
bound to carry this State by 8,000 majority .
Bat we deny that the opinion is welf
fonnded. There is really no probability
that the State will go for; the Bbeckin-ridge-Yaxcet
ticket by any inajority what
ever. On the contrary, tbe probabilities
favor the success of Ekll and Everett in
the- State by a majority of ! five thousand
over bo& the democratic tickets. : But this
letter, which we prvwja was not written
for publication, lets us into the calcula
tions of the Breckinridge-Yancey leaders;
and we commend it to the attention of the
Constitutional prion men. Jt eiould stim
ulate them to increased activity, and a
more thorough organization, with the view
to make u assurance doably sore." Bright
as oar prospects no-v, and certain as the
State seems for us, it can be lost by
want of diligent effort for , tbe future. .We
must omit no exertion, and then when the
6th of November shall have come and gone.
it will be seen that the Columbia letter
was but an empty boast.' j I i i Vj
"Six of the Douglas District Electors have
declinedand by the " electionmy opinion 1s
there will be but two tickets in - the field."
Notwithstanding this statement "there is a
full Douglas electoral iicketin the field. In
the Douglas organthe Democrat, of -yester
day, we find it published as follows ' r
FOR THE STATE AT LARGE. I ''
Hon. W. H. POLK, of Manry.
Hon. H. M. WATTERSON, of Warren.
1. James Brittax, Jr.. of Greene i
2. W. H. Malone. of CampbelL
. 3. G. W. Bridges, of McMiniu ' "
. . 4. lu H. Ca rdwelLv of. Sml b!
5. A. Burger, of Cannon. .
C. W. J. Andrews, of Maury " :'
; 7. Alfonso Cross, of McNairy, " i
8. J. R. McCanx, of Davidson. i
9. Wu. P. Caldwell, of Weakly.
10. Hon. W. T. Browne of Sbelbv.' ;
- Whether these gentlemen will consent to
be bought off, or driven off, '-by the election,"
it is not for us to tay. ' That is their business-
We ib&ke no-particular.-ealeulatioBaupoa
tbe advantage of a divided Democracv. We
are striking for the Sta'.e. Tennessee ran?
Le redeemed from the possession of sham de
moeiacy ; a mere plurality lor Bkll and Ev
erett will not do. We must make thorough
work ol it, by aweepiug the State with ul-
cisive majority of tbe whole popular vote.
We demand nothing less than this ol the Con
stitutional Union men. And we believe we
shall get iU ,
-Tbe infamous doctrine of NbillS. Biiown
has frightened Liui and his partisans.'' When
and where has Neill S. Brown given utter
ance to an "infamous duMrine?" And vho
is this that sends 'abroad this" accusation
against him ? Neill 3. Bttowx is one of the
best and purest men in the Stale amongst
all her sons there U not one who has higher
and weigbter claims to the virtues which
adorn private and public life. ''Ne'er yet
has base dishonor blurred his name !' What
excuse can any one give for accusing such a
man as he is accused by this procurer for
Alabama secessionists? There can be no
sufScient excuse. It is an outrage which
should bring shame and confusion to him
who is guilty of it.
Ilemoval of Col. Barbour.
Some of tha Opposition are endeavoring
to create the impression that the President
removed Col. Barbour. Superintendent of the
Arsenal at Harper's Ferry, because he was
a Douglas man. Col. B. tendered his resigna
tion to the President, and the President re
fused to accept it. Will tho -e papers that
have circulated the report have the magnani
mity to correct it ? Union and American.
Why did Col. BAnnoirn lender his resigna
tion to the President, and why did the Pre
sident refuse to accept the resignation? It
is alleged that the President, having deter
mined to remove Col. Barbour because he
has the audacity to support Douglas, and
Col. B. baying learned the fact, concluded to
save the President the trouble of beheading
him by resigning. But when the letter of
resignation was received, the Breckiuridge
Committee at Washington prevailed upon
the President to decline accepting it. lest his
doing so might operate injuriously upon tho
Breckinridge-Yancey party in tho Old Do
minion. Here is" the version of the affair
given by the Washington correspondent of
the N. Y. Tribune : ,
The reason why the President - declines to
accept the resignation of Mr. Barboui, Su
perintendent of the Armory at Harper srer-
ry, lies in his subserviency to the South. Mr.
Barbour belongs to the F. F. V.'s, and,
though a Douglas Elector, he is not forsaken
by the Virginia chivalry, who have told the
President that he cannot act in the same
manner in the old Commonwealth as in the
Northern uud Western States. Tbe Breckin
ridge Committee, who ore afraid that Mr.
Barbour's decapitation would lose them
5,000 votes in Virginia, have begged Mr.
Bucl.anan to decline his resignation, though
Gov. Floyd had requested him to resign.
Wash. Cor. N. Y. Tribune.
The course of the President in this matter
only renders him more contemptible in;the
estimation of honorable men.
It i.i charged that the Breckinridge-Yan-ceyites
in Maine did all they could, at the re
ceut election, to secure the trinmph of the
Republican Stale ticket. In all the North
ern States the Breckinridge-Yancey ticket is
but a tender to Lincoln.
A Sign of Safett.; The Richmond En
quirer, as the organ of the Breckinridge De
mocracy of Virginia, betrays, in its unwonted
violence, iis sense of danger. Placed be
tween the two fires of Bell and Douglas, it
strikes right and left with more energy than
discretion. The simple truth is that the con
servative forces of Virginia have the State
in their hands, and that in November she
will lead off more than half the-Southern
electoral vote against tbe disunion agitators
of the Southern Democracy. Let the con
servatives of the Central States of the Not lb,
New York and Pennsylvania, emulate the
great reactionary Union movement of the
people of the South, and Northern . and
Southern disunionists will be driven to the
wall with the defeat of Lincola. The South
ern conservatives are fighting splendidly the
pro-slavery disunionists of that section. , Let
our Northern conservatives combine against
the no-slavery disunionists of this section,
and the country will be saved from both
these classes of disunion agitators. A1 Y.
' 'I'll Kor4Vll tcallOU.
The following are the 'questions put to
Judge Docglas by ihe Brejkinridge-Yancey
elector lor the Norfolk district, and answered
by the Judge in his Norfolk speech." . ! ' ; '
1. It. Abraham Lincoln shall be elected
President of the Uuiied States, will the
Southern States be justified in seceding from
the Union. . . .-.
'2. If they (the Southern StatesX-SecedflJ
from the Union upon the inauguration of
Abraham Lincoln, before be commits aa
overt act against their Constitutional rights,
will" yon advise or vindicate resistance by
force to their secession.
To the first question Judge Douglas re
plied " ; ; ; ; ; , : . - , , ,.;
I emphatically answer no. :The election
of a mau to the Presidency by the American
people, in conformity with the; Constitution
of the United States, would not justify any
attempt at dissolving this glorious Unioii.
To the second question he replied
I answer, emphatically, that it is the duty
of the President of the United States and all
others in authority under him to enforce the
laws of the Uusted Slates aTpassed by Con
gress; and as the Courts expound them, and
I, as in duty bound by my oath of fidelity to
the Constitution, "would "do all in my power
to aid the Government of the United States
in maintaining tbe supremacy .of the laws
against ,all resistance to them, come from
what quarter it might. In other-words, I
think tbe President or the United States,
whoever be may be, should treat all attempts
"to break up tbe" Union by resistanc'elio its
laws, as old Hickory treated tbe nullifiers in
1832. .vj .;.".';" j .-""
" The Breckinridge-Yancey elector;" who
propounded tbe questions to Judge Douglas,
pledged himself that they should.be pro"
ponnded to Mr, Brecrxnrqms s also whence-
made his Lexington speech , as was demand
ed by Judge Douglas. But, apprehending
that this might not be done, the Louisville
Democrat, and the Poaglas press generally
republished the questions and; called upon
jot iiRECKTNRiiGE ta ! answerj them. Mr;
Br sckjnrxijg e madaJiiapeechiand although
it was made heavy with protestal ions of love
for the Union, be very conveniently: omitted
anv response fey th Norfolk questionso We
uiw uiuiooiuu us signmcant. we tear
that it is to be regarded as an f adicatioa that
he and4)ppGLAS disagree, and that be would,
it he dared toi answer, fake
to that of his democratic rival. Now, if Mr.
Breckinridge" believes tharthe election- of
Lincoln-, would., justify the secession of the
Southern States -and he would BustaiR them
ia seceding, the people ought to'knowit.
The great -mass of the leading men SouilTwbo
are. supporting him; arc for pccesstoa' in the
event of Lincoln's tlection', "and "notwith-standingisprIamaaotf'of-Union'
ments, it is. safe to. assume that' he'agrees
with them." If be docs not. let him ay so.
If be believes as Judge Dooslas does, he
can, . by avowiug 'the fact, uietlall' appre
hensions. ' He ' can' accomplish " nroch; more.
He can force Jadge Douglas from' "the can
vass, and secure the harmony of, the party
which would follow the withdrawal i of his
democratic competitor. I a his recent speech
in Jones woods, near the city of New1 York,
we learn from T7te. Worll, Judge. Douglas
pledged himself to withdraw from the field
if Mr. Breckinridge would make the response
to the'questions that he made. This puts it
nf ilfe'powor"oT 'rf. BntcxixRiDGV:,' if h. is
really in favor of maintaining the Union and
the Constitution, to strike a I -v' which will
cot off a dreadful weight from his party, and
give him a united democracy. What will
he do? ' '
To Hell with such a Union!!" There
was a treesoiler nn .North vi no obtained, a
few y'ars ago. a wide notoriety of pa r 1 .tic
scorn, by simply suggesting a -r!15:igoi -s to
lei the Union liJe." The E ct. r fi..- the
State a large (Col. Landon C. ilayaes!) bids
fur to throw that expression of uniist'Iotic
disloyalty completely into- oblivion, 1 ' the
more anil it ious and blasphemous doom which
he prononnced upon the Union in his speech
hert. Some one ifi the crowd sent up au in-
qniry whether, in case of Lincoln's election, he
womd be in lavor ol dissolving the- Union?
In replying to it. be professed, as does Mr.
Yancey, and all thn elisunionists in the land,
attachment to the Union, on certain condi
tions; but went on to say, in a very excited
manner, that for a Union, under the govera
ment of which there could be midnicht foravs
made upon Southern communities uBder
which houses could be burned by abolition
ncendiaries springs be poisoned, and
women and children murdered by insurrec
tionary assassins that uch a Union might
go to the bad place, for him. " To Ildl with
tuch a Union !'"' was his empha-lic language.
Wc would charitably believe that Mr.
nayncs was not fully conscious of the entire
purport of his language, and that his .posr'-
on is not sacti as its lair construction, laken
in connection with the John Brown raid and
recent events transpired ia Texas, would
warrant. Assiiedlv all, or nearly albof the
conditions, upon which Mr Haynes doomed
tbe Union to perdition, have existed, and
may again exist. Some other crazed fanatic,
ike John Brown, may run his ne;k into a
Southern halter as John Brown did, and, like
John Btown, get it so promptly and vigor
ously stretched that ufe will become extinct
and the world go on all the better tnat it
is minus such disturbers of the public pence,
as in the case of tbe Harper' Ferry invasion.
Other abolition emissaries may prowl into
Southern communities and attempt to incite
the poor slave to poison and burn, as they
have recently done in Texas : and, as in
Texas, be denounced by the negroes, caught,
banished the btatet or hung and the safely
of our "peculiar institution'' be but the more
clearly demonstrated to the fools and trait
ors who would tamper with it,at such peril to
their worthless lives.
All this, we say, niay: again occur in the
Union, as it has heretofore occured, ard the
Union be still worth preserving, ou account
of the incalculable advantages it brings iu
the free and untrammeled trade between the
States; in the unquestioning acquiescence by
tneir innauitants in tne execution ot the law
upon these wrong doers, and for many other
onsideraliona so palpable as to 'need no
enumeration. A t an v rave, we do not so clear
ly perceive how sending thf Union '7o Itcll"
would mend the matter. ; We are at a loss to
comprehend why such scoundrels as John
Brown and the Texas abolitionists, t hould re
peat the boundary line- of a State oat ol tbe
Union and more than they have respected
the boundary lines of I lie States in the
Union. We are utterly unable to conceive
how sending tbe Union to Tophet should
work out any such regeneration. .
We are just as little unable to understand
by what process the States, either separately
as independant little soverignties, or "cahoot
ed together in one or more "Southern Con
federacies." will acquire any greater facilities
of prevention or protect iou. If the plan is
to take half the population,' and staii-u them
along as patrols all round the boundary line
to catch the villians that may come lurkiug
around, while, the other half is employed-in
making food and clothing for this monster
police, we do not see why it may not be put
in operation as well before sending the Uniou
down below, as. after it.) We have an idea
that it would be politic to fry the experiment,
and see how it would work, before we make
a present to Beelzebub of thut.iuheritence of
our Revolutionary Fathers that grandest
achievement of human wisdom in Govern
ment that last, best Hope 'of mankind the
American Union. . .
- -We trust sincerely that Col. Peyton and
Mai. Polk will get Mr. Ilavnes, iu the further
progress of the canvass, to ease our miud iu
regard to these difficulties iu parting with it1,
or else persuade him to recall the fi-rce doom
pronounced against it, of "To Hell frith tuch
a Union.'" Mtm. Bulletin.
BIaiaeluettsi. ..... .
, There wore three Political State Conven
tions in session iu Massachusetts on Wednes
day. The Bell and Everett Union Couven
tiou. ' at Worcester, "."attended by 15
00 . Delegates, was .'one of the largest and
certainly one of the most, enthusiastio, ever
held in the country. No less than 229 towns
of the 332 in the State were represented ; and
by a bedy ot meti which for their intelligence
and patriotism any State of tbe Uniou might
be' proud of. As will be seen by our letter,
a full Electoral and State ticket was put ia
nomination. By some hocus pocus, the tele
graph makes no mention ot this., iiaiacuse
meeting,., though we have a record of what
was doue by the Douglas Convention .in
Springfield, and by the Breckinridge Conven
tion in Boston. This careful exclusion of all
notice of by far the largest' Convention of
the three, and indeed of the Convention which
waa larger than the other two, needs . some
cxplanuctwn. Wc ore glad tw Kfvir that tht
Union; men of Massachusetts are not only,
thoroughly organized', but that they are
working with heart aud hope, The Viiimouj
vote iu 1856 was less then 20,OUO. The Bell
and Everett vote, if polled- to-day, would
reach C0,000, and accessions ars . made to the
rauks every day, and from the best men in 1
the State - 1 1 : i
. The ConvenliojQ'w.as' presided over by Os-myQ-Bakr,
cf Northampton, assisted by a
large nnranpr ot-y ice - x resiaertig - a p
okj speetio oi aa r-oux ana more, ana oue
worthy thVocsr days 'of Massachusetts,' was
made by Mr. Stevenson, of Boston. t It was.
applauded at almost every sentence anil de-i
served all the applause It'received. " -,
Amos Lawreucc, the Union nominee for
Governor, also made a brief and happy speech
in accepting the nomination.!- j It was agreed
here, even in Worcester,. -Ibaf hot-bed ot Ue
publlcanism,tbat in the numbers present and
in the enthusiasm , of the delegates, no such
convention -has -been-ihld -for many-yearsx
The weather was as ptormy as au equinoctial
gale could make it, but had bo etleiCt upoa
the pulilic Eptrit of the delegates -Acuma.
plete Bell and Everett 'State and Electoral
ticket is now in tbe field. :- - f - -- .
.1 The following is the State ticket:
- For Qo verpor Amos A. Lawrence. '
For Lieu t.-GovernoriCd ward Dickinson.
JT." Y. Express. j j5 - -, -.-
. ; ! -
New York, September -.17. Don. '7uan
Belloytba Chilian JuinkterL to Washington
died here last night. -
Speaklus lti' Robertson and David-
Messrs. Hay wood, Iluue and McCain, tDtiiiatea Cur
ElecW in tW rhthvCohgressioiial j District "will ad
dress their follow -cttirens as follows i
;;;-, ' kdbertsox- orxTcry. . t ? ..
Cedar HUJ..i,,..,..1J.J....Mjtiiiay, Septeiiher'ff
SpriuaB?ld........fc. v-.tTuesday, tCj.:. ? w T
i-i DAVIDSON COCNTV.
Goodtetlsville vr.-Thnrsdav, -SmbeSV
Smilev'a Store Friday,
Tom Harris', (5lh district).. Saturday,
Task .., .Tuesday,
..''-nreMra.'STavIor. iVIiittnorue, and
y "Watterwon. .'
The following list of appointments ta3 been agreed
upon for--Mt-w TaykT-"l.irUMJrOeraiul Waiteraoo",
candidates for Elector for the State at large, at which
times -and plaoes-hev will be' pleased" to meet and
address the people. 1 tUJ be seen that a number of
coarAies 1ravs beea miuM TLin- was-uuavaidaUle,
owing to. the want of time:
Lewisburg, Marshall coimtrTlronaay September 24.
Columbia, ilauryjtuity, Tuesday, September 25.
Centrevillo, UirAnian t-onty', We4ueiay, Sept ; 36. j.
Ijaden,J'erryuuyJiThurwl3y,S-'j. 27. i jt "
Ferryville, Iiecatur county, Fritlity, fcept. 25. "
Lexington, Hen Jerson runty, Saturday, S-p. 29.
Jackson, Madlsoa county. Jlon.tey, Oct: ?
Bolivar, Hardeman county, Tuesday. Oct. 2.
Sumerville, Fayette county , Wednesday , Oct. u. t -Memphis,
fchniby c-onrrty, Thursday, Oct. 4. ; ' "
e'ui!lnTij-tua cuaatj, Saturday, Oct. 6. t
Brownsville, Haywood county, Monday, Oct. 8.
Riph-y, Lauderdale county, Tuesday, Oct. 9. j
Byeruburjrj Dyer county, Wednesday, Oet-10. ""
Troy,'tb'K.n county? Thursday, ict llVV.. t ,f,i4
Dresden, Weakley county, Fritlay, Oct. 12.
Paris, Henry countySaturday. Oct. 13. s
Camden, Benton county, Monday, Oct. 15. j t ' '
Waverfay, HrapfcrecountT,Tttaefcif.Ui-t. is.,
Charlotte, Dixon county, Wednesday, Oct. 17. i
XashvlUc, Davidson comity, Friday". Oct. IS.-'
Krankliii, AY'iiliaaasoa county; ilwnduy , Oct. 22,
Murfreesboro, Rullnjaurd. county, Tuesday ,."oct. 23.
Gallatin, Sumner caj.ty, Taur.-day. Oct ."25: ; (
Lafayette, Macon ct.tnty. Fridjiy-, Oct. 26.- -Cartilage,
t'mitb county, Saturday, Oct, 27.. ; '
Smitliville, DcKaJb county, Monday, Oct. ( ' r "
Cookeville. Putnam county, Tuesday; Oct. CO. ' '
Sparty, White county, Wednesday',"Oc l.-Gl.
McMinnville, Warren county, Thursday, Nov. 1. ' f
Manchester, Colli-e countyFriuay, Nov. 2. . ' v-
Hon. Eoger PavoRf of Yn r in a recent
speech at Christianburg, Va., said if it could
be shown that' JoirX Bkll could defeat Lin
coln he would cheerfully vote for bim. He
spoke , for three , hours, but said nothing
agatnst lr Bell ; on tae conuaiy Le ac
knowledged that Mr. B. was sound on the
great issues he made against Mr. Douglas.
Cast xot r.K HEXim -that the celebrated and popular
medicines or Dr. ?. A. Weaver, far surpasses ll other
remedies for humor and chronic compIaiDLs. . All over
the conutry pt-oj)!!? arc advertising this fact. If they
are truly a pnod as they are said to be (and there is
no reason to doubt) , they aro truly a blesiing to suffer
ing humanity. ' au320-l4w4w
- Country dealers vtiticjour city will bear in miud
that TV". W. Berry t: Iemoville, Kuiae Ai Brown, Ewitf,
Pi-olleton ic Co.'s are th stores to find rare aud genu
ine drugs, and such staple and gi-nuin-3 medicines aa
Perry Jpavip' Pain Killer, Dr. Richardson ?s Sherry Wine
Bitters and Dr. Weaver's Canker and Salt Ehenm Syr
up and Cerate. Any drupsist dealing in such pure and
good medicines must prosper, and to use tln-ra warrants
health. . .... au20-dAw4w
Du. S. O. RiciiARnsos's herkt Wlxb Brrrtns. Phar-
macuetical Preparation, by a regularly educated Phy
sician is ouo of the most pleasaut and valuable tonics
of the day. , .Persons .recovering from protracted ill-
ss, .or those who, at this particular season of the
year, are subject to Jaundice, Habitual Constipation, or
any disease arising from a disordered Stomach, Liver
or Bowels, will find ia the Sherrr Wine Bitters a friend
more to be desired than gold.
SoM 1J" W-. Berry k Peniovffle, Ewin, Pendleton
& Co. , and Bains & Brown , Nashville, Tend. v
UVU J.EK t EVET.ETT.! . Manageks.
Wednesday livening, Sept. 19, 1SGO,
YTiU be performed the Tragic Pfciy
C A 31 ILL K."
Pancp. . . .
Mr E T Pt -ts-ni
To conclude with . ......
A KISS I X1IE iARK.
Pelim Pettilwmo ; ... .Mr W II Everett
Mrs Pettiboue.... Mis Helena
Wholesale & lletail Druggist.
(si ccessor to e. e. t-.ooi.tr CO.)
Corner ttroad and Cherry Stieets,
' ' - NAPmiLLE, TEN'X.
WILL keep always on hand a Lirge and comnlete
assortment of everything kept in tin.' Prng line,
which we will, sell as cheap as the ehenpest, and as
gm as mo oest, wuuii we are realy to prove all tht
time aiel at any time, day or night, to tho salts-faction
of all good citizens who will favor tss -with a rail and
patronage. , JOHN .1. ItEKCH.
sept i3-tr .; '" -
Alteittioii, IJell Grays.
YOU ARE HEREBY' NOTIFIED TO ATTEND A
Parade on 'hai-sdity ert-ukig at 3 o'clock. Full
. Ey order of the
11- S. Patterson, o. S,
septlS-t I . ). . ,
Harper's Magazine for October,
Just received by
. sept 19-tI ,
, ' JCirX YORIv i: CO.
' FiaiaO9 .'Music."
T AM now rucdiviiig myF;ni Stock of Fianof irtes from
X the lollowiug FactorM's. which will be the largest
ever oin-'reil in the city: Steinway fcSins, A. H CaU? &
CO., ii.iyties Uroth"rs: H.izleton Brothers, Wm. Kaulil.
Cij., Pet(T-s and Webb. I.ivlit Iz Iirauburry mid .oeh
tx-tler : climtdt. all of which will be sold at a small
ndvnnce on cost for eash or negotiable paier. - All the
new and popular Mnic just received, tofrether with
Acconli-ons. Violins, Flutes, Pram, llrass Instruments
&c. For bartins -'come to me,'' at ntimlicr S3.
. s -ptli-tf
- JAS. A. McCI.l"RE.
,'l'Ul-. loiiowing oic-s and Hue Kills, ttuo uoto ou
I iouis Lyons, endorsed bv T. II. Morton. Beni. I.r
ons, for two hundred dollars drawn on the litst dav of
Jan., ISoO, and due Nine montlis from date. One note
ou Mrs. Mary Doyle, for two hundred dollars drawn ou
the 1st day of January. 1SG0, and due nine mouths from
date ;'-Alwr. one iuedHl on McKf nzie ta Miuchin for Two
Hundred lXillajs, dated about the 1st Sept. hist. Also
oiii ducbill on Ueo. M. Huddlesjon for Thirty Ikillars
Cientlemeii are forwarncd from trading fir anv of the
aboyo claims. J. V. HL'l'liIJ-ToX.
. scpilj at. ... . ' ' .' " ;
APARTXrRin a lucrative business. Any young
man with a few hundn-d dollars can find a"iart
ner, by aildrc-ssiug UlTSIXESS at the P. O. Xashviile.
- ' - ; . . . -i U j ! sepll-tf
IaOs t $ 5 Vt t cv w r tl .
JX Xashviile, or on the Fair Grouuds,a Portmonnaio
Containing some four or five hundred dollars in
money, and some not'-e I dou't know how niany.
The finder wiU "lie lllierally rewarded by leaving it at
the Patriot olllcu.
8eptl8-t . , tJ.'A. PAYXK.
The Woman in White. . ' -Ciesa'r
Birotteau Ketches of Parasian life by Rilzac,
.Adventures tif Ad.im Mountaineer and Grizzly
Ct-ar Hunt iiT California j ilhistrated
.. . for sale by . . JQIIX YORK & C0-, ' '
eebtl-tf . .. "ao t'nion street.
Corn, Flour, &al
Q(1A BAGS prime Corn;
JOV iu nags tioiu-;
400 barrels I'lourl ("various brands.')
Juspreand for sale very low by
sei.iii - nmii iiiveui! to.
. J V - ..Grass Seeds.
Qfk BARREL'S Timothy Seed;
i&U.SO -i i"v. . .lllue Grrss.dp-; f 4
at . " . Orchard Uras do;
- i!o " " --iierdB ra?s --j
Til ctrll- urtil fVki- caiii lour L.tr .".
Br-pet? "... ntCII
IeCREA & CO.
, "' Produce -Wanted. .: ;
WE will pay the highest market price lor Feathers,
"-Beeswax. Gensane. Dried Fruit. Lard. etc. ki
either Cash or tirooeries.- '- ,
BejilT - git ' HUGIT McCREAii Xi
Desirable liens tlioid ami Kllchfn Furniture
r-,. -. at auction: 1
. . . . . .. .
OX TlHtrsday -Jloruing, September the 20th, at IX)
.jj'jcio-;, Becj. J-;hlds A: Co., will sell at the res-
idence of Mfes Toutet, No. -North Vine street, near
ilu! Stale CapitoI,lhe entire contents of Parlors, Cliam-
bers, llalls, 1'iDiiig Room and Kitchen, consisting ia
part of rich Tajitistry, Carpotfngs, 8 ply Ingrain ditto,
Hall and Stan-Tlltto, Rugs and liurgjels, Lace -and Slns
lin CurUiiu). Oil Cloths, Brucat He nm covered and
lhiir -watrC'tlaiMf Mirrors, Ruih Silver Plated Ware;
Table, China, Glass and Cutlery; Feather Beds .Pillows,
5I'sTnid otbrMaMrasges, Cooking Stoves, etc.
Terms, cash on delivery,- ?---'"
- . . . ; . . -t, - BEXJ. F. fHUXDS i CO., : 'T.rv"
eoptl-td ;.; U :.,,;-. . ; : f Auctioneers.
TTAYTXG been apinted and qualified as Adminis-
J. -M. iraior oi uie estauj ot uaria Mnuey, sr aec a.,
all persons bavin? claims against- said estate arc anti
tid to alo-them with me within the tine require lay.
law or they will be forever barred; and all persons iu
debtcd to the Same' are hereby reimtrcd. to ouniQ for
ward -an J make jiavrnent.-- - t -.,,
-' -.-i - E.-cj DRAKE.
sepl4-lm A'tnr'r of David Biiuiejr, srM .
No. 75 Nortb TIarket atreet, : - "
Opposite MySr, Hunt & Co.'s Carriage 'Shop.
KW AH orders from the city or 0000117 attended to
TuUi prooif tneei aud desraU'ii. etpill-tf
' .i f - AN ACT ,
EJuMukinT ISteant lire Department under a Pai'i.
, Sec. 1. Beit enaried by tin CXy Council of JS'ashz&e.
That a Steam l ire Ix-pariiaent under a paid systenr, is
iterel.y cstabiisiied, cousisiiug of not wore than live
cotnpahfc.- riMtet4ia2K liom time to time as the
Steam Eire Eiigiues are or Jjred and obtained.
Sec. 2. VheU three or mw-e comjmnk-8 shall have
been organized under this law, a Chief Engineer "fehail
be elected by the City Council, who shad hold his oiiice
for the term of one year, and until his successor shall
be elected and quaiitfed' under the provisions of the
charter of the city and this act. He snail give bond.
B.-H1. umrocpil K, curitv. in the Menal sum of twenty-
eve hundred dollars, con ittTitied upon tiie fmlhl'ul dii-'
CitrgiOf;i duties, now cr nereaner iuijj?s ui---him.
HeuaU have.th tower to nwmiaate lor the
cuiicurreUL-c of the Citv Council, the 1'ipe Directors,
ivvat ami HiUera Or eeth oinrxJ)V". subiett to re
moval lor anv neglect of duty. luat i t
n !nwff aualiriWwr . Mr j3tii.il hj iscL.'Ctd. tile May
or slmll mak euch appointment and the Ciy fclaii-li.t!'
hah oerfornT snch otiier dntie ua-c Mofcired ol san.
tiiief ij-'Uioer biuil hu is eVi.Ved oi J, iiuaiiii.l, will"-
out ampmaaou. :.j tj.lP. , ' . , '
Stc.U-Jie ii mactaJ. Tuat each c.mxanv of Said o-
paitment shaH Consist of on iiyineer, two piue direc
torsi. wo DrivateS and oue talk-r : r- f
' ,5-c.. i Stiuzele l.Hmt the Kiigiui-ersof each tcaij
jiitny'suall Bu 'appcaiuvl by tne? -Mayor, iwo-thinLs of
the Citv Council cuncurrin. wiien in accordance: with
the provisions of this iaw couijmne art orpaiBzer
and shall hold their olileea for tihe"ACar. orcuiie ineir
successors are uuaiihed. and shall tive Umil in the I
nai bum ol tiiu-aa tiiaidred d.lUrs, eoadrikiued. lor the
laithlul discliarve ot their duties.
5. iff it. enactatr. That the Ei.tiueers, except
when on duty, at fires. sfc:tll be consuuitty pm-ent at
tbe Ktigiue House of their respective companies, and
shall keep their engine, in oruef lor service, tind ace.
that ll.e Xe Uiiers.Uitoe and Horses are kept in the same
&x. 6. Be U enacted. That fir neeiett of duty on the
part of the Chief or Coinuanv LuuincefS, the Mayor
shall report them, as other .city vlluceis to the. tuy
Sec. 7. Be it enacted, Toat all vacancies that may oc
cur in this -department shall be supplied in the oiiie
manner i provided for the' apiKJUilnKut ot titid olii
cers bytliis net.' ' --- . -
Be it enoele-l, Tiial ail jieraous employed iu
this dep-irt'.m nt shall be free v. hitemalus over twtiity-
one years of ase, anil cit:z-.-ns of the fn.leu StaU-s, and
of sobor habits.
Sx. 9. tic il enacteit, Tliat any person employed or
apiiomted in this department lor.ud h.-f.'uiced by in
tiocieatmg ii piors shall be expelled lrom the tamo by a
two thirui vote ot the City Council.
Stv. 10. The Chkf Kii.-iaeer shail receive as coiu-
K-usatiou for his services one tht:sanl doll;ti's, pa-a
hie uuarteriv. The Com'anv rliijrin-i-rs celi. seven
bundVed dollar, pavabto Quarterly. Toe Pipe isirec-
tors six hundred dollars it utin.mi, jwyuble monthly.
lcn Private four hun trerl ciO'.inrs H-r atiium, payaole
moutlily. llie llostiers loiir htmarert riellais per aii
num. pavable m-Jiith!v: mid that the hostlers suail Ik.-
il; drivers on all occsious when Uio hki s are re
moved from their respective .houses, aiei'i-criorm any
other duties that may be required ot tln-m.
.Vc. 11. Be it further enaciexl ', Thut eaen end -every
cilicer and private liu-mber of tuis iieirtmeut, i.is
enumerated iu section three,) shall be reiiurod to give
their entire time, both uiijhi and day, to tiu dutn-s of
ineir respective otnees.
Ser. 12. lie it further evicted. That there sh:iil iu ad
dition to the above number, bo appoint. -d twolio-mi-n
to each Company, whose iHity thall be to attend ail
tires, and shall ei tljrni soi-h dati-s us nuiv be required
of tin-in by the pipemen, for which servio s tliey shall
receive the sum eucu o! twelve dollars and Ulty cent-i
jx;r mouth. 11. B. CilllTHAll,
President Briard el Aid-rui Jii.
HIA P. JO.M.
President Cuurd ol Couucihn-'u.
S. X. HoijjXGSW-oRTa, Mavor.
. Attest: "'-- XT: A. CLKSX,
' ' i x r t . 4 r . ... ll-liwder.
Approved July 23ih, liGO. ' e;U3
AX ACT ' ! ' ' ' .
T- amend an act cntillfl on act tn organize a Strain tire
Liep.ii.r.uiU viuUr a 1'ai-l Sy ilcui, iunxl -OiA Julg,
isoo. . - .
&c. 1 . Be itcnaded ly the Ci'v Gmnril, That the or
ganization of each steam tire Company shall cohhl-1 of
Ui-i lolMwing: tine tompauy I-iuicer. f-ue lireiium,
one lirst uud oue setoml Tip- mu, i ne first ami -ne -e,-oud
lloscinan, us irovided lor inlaid ail. The lire
man seconi ilriViT shall receive tin: salarii-S provi h (I
lor the privates in said jict, and the pusitiou of private
is hereby dis4iscd with,
Src. 2. Be it ewutui, That it Mris'l f.n tln.-r be the du
ty of the Chief laiineer to supi riuf n-l the whole Firv
li-partuieut: see that each man d vS his Only accord
ing to Uw. and reMrt all laitnres uiko the irt ot
inembers of any Ciujny to jH'tiorm their duty ti the
Mayor and Committee on Fire ! leparrineiit. li tIutil
make all pyjciiascs of provijior.s for horse?, jmu nil
ut h other articles as lnay 1e fotm't neccvai y lor the.
lie-part mclit, au-1 rejiori every mouth to the City Coun
cil all ol his transact ions, and attend ut all '.iies and di
rtct the whole ilc:irtiiiei!t in such lii:Oiiier as will most
effectually suppress the lire, and shall furnish lire City
Cuuucil ita his report with duplicate voucher lor ail
e.-qjeadiiuros c-f tuoaey m.nte 1) him.
K. 11. CHEATHAM,
President Hoard of Aldermi-n.
U1A P. JeiNr.
- - lYeident Iird of C'ouneiiiueu.
S. X. IIoujxgswoktu, Mavor.
Attest " W. A. CSI.EX.V,
' K- coi-j.-r.
Approved August 23, 1S60 sept 13
T'l tujjprcss Bursary unit Arson within the City, and !
iHiceiU tiu: yiciny if faUe ala7-ir.s if fire.
S'c. 1 . Be it enacted by the City Gamed if Au.7: n"f .-,
That heiealler the Mayor, wh u he deems it necessary,
litay oti.-r a reward, not exceeuiiig live ha:iun-d dolla.-s
lor the apprehension and conviction 4 m.-y peison of-lUii-giary
or Aisou within the limits eC the city said
reward to sjKcily within w hat nine the ajpreui usiou
of said 1K.TSOU is to U-made.
.Sc. 2. Ite U farther iwic'iil, Tliat ttus term Arson,
as-d iu the Uisi section of this act, uieaits the same as
(iellued by the 4065-7 9 and 4l;o-Tl;l sections of tho
Code ol' l'i-uuessee. -
Sec.Z. tie it further enu lid, Tluit it shall be unlaw
ful for any pel son willioliyor maliciui.siy 10 give a
latse- alai'io 01 tire withai Uie city, uud hr each and -v-ei
y otleiice fcliad lorteit aud imy a uue ol let-dollattt,
one-hull to the ihlorinunf'ahd the othiT to tL.- city. .-
Sec. 4. Be it further enaiU-d, Tiiat the Mavor cliall
ha Ve this art w ith ail- oliier p iieial laws "iiei -.alter
passed. puhiL-hed in two of the city j-ajit is of the most
extensive daily circulation. "
K. B. CHEATHAM,
Piesidebt Prtird of AMcruan.
". . ; . net p. Joxia.
Presiiieiilltoard of CouBisautn. ;
S. X. HoLUNOswoRTii. Mavor. . - - .
Auestj ." , . . W. A. CLEXX,
- ( lU'Cortler.
Approved July 20, ISoO .9011113 .,
T License Jenny Lind,' Billiard Tulles, Ten in 'Al
hys, lc. . - ' ! ' '
Sec. 1. Be il enacted by the City Counciicf Xaxhritln,
That the owii'-r or owners of teu nu-l every Jermy LUid
or Billiard Table, Ten Pin Alley, w itliiu tin' limits uf
the city, and kept for the pjrpese of ladiiic aaiuse
meut, shall pay to the Kecnnier oi said city, auuually
lor the use of the city, ou the tirsr two twvuiv-tive dol
lars each, Uud ten doiiars on the remaimug number of-
J- uny Lind and Billiard Tables or Ten I'm Alleys owned
by Liui or them, and shall also pny th Mayor and Re-
coru'-r each the sum of one dol.ar for the lssiiauea of
every license issued "under this act; IrivitUd, lliat no
license iu:i uu legalized nor .ranted uereiiy .lor J in
Pool Tables, but tliat any persoti playing that game or
allowing the- same to be played 011 his jiTeniises, shall
ujou conviction before the Recorder, be lined 111 the
sum of ten dollars for each and every oiTeticc: fioruica
further, That it shall be utilawlui lor any person to keep
any Miooiitig uun.-ry m tne limns ot tin- city, and aiiv
person keeping t tie same shall be tined - tile siufi of
twenty -live dollars lor every day ln or they may keep
inesanie. ------ . 11. nuKN,
' " ' Pres't pro torn Board of AMwuieii
iUA P. JONES, .A
- - - Prosit Boaxu of C'ounciimeu.
S. X. IIoujxGswoimi, Mavor.
Attest W. A. CLEXX, Recorder.
Approved July 13, 1SC0. . e.-pllli-l-.v
Proposed Amendments to the Ci!y Charier.
Voters, A(U 11II011 !
The Legislature at iu last session, pastixl an Ad if u-m- h
. the fuUoiciiiy is a portion :
Sec. 5. At the next annual election for Mayor and Al
dermen and Council, the voters who are iu ti vor of the
election of said ollicers for a term of two years, shall
put the words, 'Term of Clllicei s lor two "vi-ars ' on
their tickets, and if a n-ujority of all the s-nros -i!lr4-
siiait De-m lavor or tbe-elecliou 01 said ollicers lor
term of two years, then and thereultertho charter of
the city of Xashviile shall be so amended, acd mci
electHHi shall bo held accordirgly, aud, ;
- See.- 0.-Tlera!U-r the qiialihcatkiu for Mayor and Al
dermen and Councilmen, shall be citizenship and rosi-f
ttMnoo-tviLuiu l!io any sjL Nashville for two whole years
next proceeding the election, and no other.
sej.tl3-lw . -
fTUIE TCnneesee Cofleo and Diuing Hail. All the good
tunics ot ine pcasou will lie keiit contneliv on
... 3. T. blGe.S.
Come at Lasn
i I J No. 11 JJlailiet Street,
Has ust received .... . ........ !
W bales Hay; . . - .. s 1
.--j .. 1 5Q br-JcH Fodder ; . . u.i , j
200 bags Outl; ; , j ; " ' " ' " ' ' '
' : -: ' ' M bags Erai;'""" ' ' ' '
septlO-tf . ' ' . - lop bags Meal. " -
Chancery .Sales for. Saturday,
r October 6th, lS60i
Sale ta take place in the Chancery' Court Boom , el Giurt-
autLxc, i uie aracr nj ine aauenisememis Uecoar, ana- n
be cuMiHencai at lit o'clock predMty. 1
PERSrANT to a decroo of tba Cliancery Court at .
Xashviile, in the case of Young Aj Carson vs. li.
Linief , I will sell at the CourHiouso in Nashville, m
Saturday, Oetijter tilh. I860: a certdicatu for 100 shares
of titock, issued by the Hopk ins, Ltstjod6n Coal Jc Iron
Mimmr ana diauuluctujuig Company.; lua saldaharea
beitui tlOtl eatat, aud tho certificats No. 4ta.-
. 1 . . - - - . r.- t.- . 1 . 1 ' r.
ept&W ; y,x.'...'., 'l"'j ! . ' - ' 'i'--
PITJSUAXT to a decree of the Chancery Coort at
; Nashville, in the case of Barrow- asd Lindsle v
Adm'rs-. f Dn Wieliiir JB.-fowdefi and iHtmr. I
Will sell at the CiHirt-house, in Xoshvalle-, on Saturday,
October bt, 1MXJ, 4 sU&t on H oaliantf street, in Edee
tieid, SO by 170 each, and khowiras-NfoA. 4V; W7 aad 18,
Wttuejdaa. ... . ...... .s.J.
' Tutus. 6,12 ,'IS and 24 momMis' eredit. with inter.
est from day of safe and - without rwlempikm. .Koteai
with approved security required and lien retained..
pt4-tds . ,' t , .. J.'' it. G LEA YES, C tM. .
"ptR---:rAXT to' a decree of the Chancery Curt at
L Xa-sti.ville, in the case" of Irby ilorgau, Aumniis--trator,
Ac. of Miles W." "AtkissoDrc. beira and creli
owi aiJ AUissoiuI.wiU sell at tiie Court House tn
Nashville, on Sat-uniay, VciJjrr isao, the AtkiisttV
tvnnr ana, ut o 11 ooaianq irrt-t, tn gelWld. - Lot 7U
by 144. " --' - -.-,
"Tkrms 6, 12, and 19 months credit, with interest.
Security required and lien retained.
sept5-td J. E. G LEA YES, C. M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancer Court at
Xashviile, iu tfen case of Charles H, Ixwuour vs.
I'avM B. Hickn aud others, I will sell, on Saturday. Oc
tuber 6. 1S60, at the Court House Hi Na-hville, the Hick
hxtMand iat oh Waodlaud ttrtxt, in l.tg-julj. Jbe lot
has a front of 161 feet, and runs back 170 feet to an
alley, and is made up of lots Xcs. 12, 13 and 14, to the
plan of division. The- improvements are nevr a4 of
TEKito 6, 12, IS and 24 months credit, with Interest,
and sale without redemption. The purchaser to give
good personal sccuril v. and a lieu to be ri'l.iiDed.
s.-pt5-tils J.-K. : KAVtJ, ti a il. -
PCRsr.VXT lo a decree of the tfuun-ery Court at
Xashvilie, in thecal' of Wm. C. Swindell rx. Su
san Miller, I will s-ll. at the Court House in Nashville.
4M .War axty., October , - rW,rw 'to H'lnHnnd
street. iii EdegUei-l, 00 by 144 leet each, and bejiig lots
No. 5 aud 13, in trjWert8 nadcKec rian f.-4e biA
21, l!Oi& -, s-l Z-J v; .
Tkkms coOO cash on each lot. an I fe the reai'luev!'
the j-nrchasc mon-ry a credit , ia and IS moutiis,
without interest, -uriiv r.piirl ami lien resaiiM-d.
;eeiMH,:;:t - J. K. fil.KAYM CiS M. -
1rRS"AXT te . djvree e-r the Chancery Court at
.. Nashville, in the case of G. P. ttimaan s. Juhu '
y. Fiymi.I wilU I. at tho Court House m Nashville.
ten ti.'htniayr Ortofr 6, laOO. a nc-tcn lonman named
-K)F. itucl also the jmerptrtit h-ate 'f.tjte k'mic and
lot, Uh-ntioued ia llitt pleadings. This is auderstood to
lea lease of lh-? honF "and lot at the iutersi-U.m of
tU GiillatiB WMl the S'i;iha' Creok Turnpikes, in iuic
held, which is to expire ou the Ut J.ui:ury, li62.
Terms Uf this rile Cash. - i .' '
g'-pta-t.ls -'- i. F- CLEAVE?, CV& M."
- -'' - " ' ; -V l-Vl .!
njia'AXT W a decree if the Chancery Court at
ashvflle. in the case of C. AV. Nance and J. IL
MrPrmald . Vf.il. CrofLbwait, I wul s-ll, at the Court
Hn in-Xasbvillo, Saluraa, Wcfcr 6 li60, kt
an the tturfreesbur Turnjiiiie, known as X. 6, in lr
w in s pvau. , Front 42. feet, w ide, rear 62. sides 93 and
127i rr - ... -, . t ..... . , :
- lums 6, 12 aud 14 months, wilhout intc-jast. Se
curity required and lien rclaiucd, alid tale tree from
,. .-. J. r- ClaC-VVE?. Ci k M.
to a decree of tUe- Cliamserr Court at
in the ts0 c,f tjj 1 Woo.is r. John
Longhurst, I will sell, at the Court House in Nashville,
. irriav, Oct-jter C, I90O, IU So. 17, in the phoa of
Thi-.Ms 0 omuihs cre-lit, without interest. Su-eurity
re'(ir-d and 1 i-u rcuiiu'-d.
s;-pt5-tds J. E. CLEAVES, C. i M.
PUiw-fl'ANT to a decree of the tji.mrery Court at
X.L-hviilf , in the c;tse of Andrew JoiiiL-u.n r. Lsa
vid M. Alk-n, ani in actcor.ianiu! w ;th an a-jx-ment
entered i:ito by the pai lies uiU-rit-.ti-d, I ill s ll, at
the Court liotwe in Xaoiivha.-, un Saturday. UiHjt 6.
lCO. iteri'l J. Alu it't th'.p un Atarket stre-t, ifnUh tf
tlriii l; lot 2t leet by 114. TLis pr4.-rty can IK- bought
lor less than the cost of tho ho.-e. tSaUs aliMlU, nt
a credit of 7. 12. IS an-i 24 mouths, with iuU-res!, and
free from r.-d. nipti' 11 .---cji ity roiuircl, and li. n re
sVpta-Ms J. E. tiLE.VVES, C Jt M.
1)I'Rl"AXT to .1 d.trev. of the Cli.un-ery (ourt at
Nashville, in th- coso f ll.ralo Va-mhti. AJmtnis
tratorof M. M' Na'..y, detvasid, r. heirs and crconors
of Siiid M. McN'.iPy, 1 w ill sell, at the Court House in
Nashville, on Sa'anluy, OctUrr 6. 1S00, the hou.e and
lot of the Mc.cJly e-slcite, on Cherry strcvi. south of
Iiruad. w hich was a-sigiiei to the wi-iow as her dower,
this being a tale if IU inj iy, fvlj.ct Jo Mrs. Jt.VuI
ly't life rifjhtia sitme.
Tlilhs tJainl 12 iiion!!: credit, with iiit'-ri-s-f t.i.r.
chas'r to ;
ive iioi- v, ills s.iii.-ract-rv sectiritv. and lien
to be retaiiie-l.
.r. r.. ;leave.-!.c. &5r.
1l"lfcl."ANT.lo a d.xree if the Chan.vrv Col-.rt at
. Nashville, in the ia.se ol Jviu Mai lory" r.t. J.iah
Mallory and otuers, I will .m-U, i Sa'urday, Vituber 6.
ISfiO. at the Court House iu XasblTile, Uie following
valuable property, to wit: The ilaibay residnce ou
S.utk Cherry street, with 105 feet if y.ovnd (next lo
Mallory street) aikx-hed. The remainder ut tins pi. -ce
rirrifk-rty. 179 r.iet,.dividi"d iuto lots. One lot ol 105
u-l flout 011 South Coli.-ce stn-et.
- TMfc.u 1 . 2 and 3 youffi credit, will: inier. st. (er.
cijit ax U en U to f-ri) owts and rj-fnfs. nliuh trii'l 1
(Wo.dmtoiw in'.) i'mchas:-is u give notes Willi
satisiacio; y s-i :i i v . ..n I li.in to b,' rctam-d.
sej io-t . Js y t,I.EAVi. Jc M.
to a uiiiit of th:; Ciuncerv Court nt
I--, in the c:is! of Win. Fox ami wil'em.
irauu aud bil.-y lbwtu, 1 id sell. at the Court House
in X;is..'ivi!!e. tin Satunuit. itrttilrr e. lviil n L,., nn.l
ilk r iMinnn lut-Hj u.v, iu f.n.Ui No.-:i die. Lot has
a ii oiit ot -ill i,., t.
'1'EiiMS 1 and 2 years credit. Xei.s lo b.-.tr inferno!
and to bo i.iy. : .! m I'a-.ik. S,cnrilv reonircl r.n.l
septo-tds J. y (.LEAVES, C. i X
1r"K.-rAT to a d.t ref of the Chancerv Court at
Nashville, iu the case of aiunid C.ivlor.l
ot Jeiiii 1. G.'iyivrd. (iecc'is.-.!. is. Hi-leu M. ::ivi,.r,l I
wi!l'S-il. at ihe.Court Hoitse in Xashvilic, on Saturday,
fk hier 6. lMi-J, tiro I J.; on street, extended each
60 fe-t fiont, an-t known as lot's No 2t and IM -I W
Ikhms 1 and 2 years credit, with interest. ,.i,s
witti goiHl sec.iirilv , ntiiiiMii. au-i lien lei.i.ik d.
6--l-to-td J. i:. CLEAV1,C. Jt .V.
y RSEANT to .1 l.-ci(V of lh.- Cliaiic rv Oiuil at
. - Nasiivole, 111 ihccasr of K. T-.m.-s. .Ir ' n II, nri
i lea C. Tomes and others. I w ill sell, at the (Vurt lloiwe
111 Nasliviilc. on Situnlaii. flrf-vr 6 1sj Lj v.. i:ai
and 197 t n the AiUlilUit.
n.i:s o. 12, ls i-.ud 4 nionliiit or.. 1.1.
terest , an-l free frnm redouuiiioo. XoU-s. w iIiht-. ii 1
rily, payaV.l- iu B.mk. required of the pore Laser, an-t
lieu tn he retained. . -,
J. E. GIFAVE. c- m 5t.
d.-crce of t!n Cluue--rv Court at
Nashville, in 1
in tiio case if V. B. liivless and 11. A.
Cleaves rs. John DeCamo. I will sell. at Cn-l onri
ill Xashviile, Saturday. (Mtolr 6, lM'.O. tint bts t-n
fimnjJww, ta A'a-uw'ivtditi'.'iVii.each -t- Ik- l.TO
i;-ot, mid kuowu as lots 152 and Ida in the plan.
- Trains 6.12 and IS months credit, with iuUrcFt,
and w ithout rod'TniHtmi. Security Te-fuin-d. and lieu
retained. - -
s, jita-l.U . J. V- CIJ-1W1?, C. & M.
' ' - i - 10
PIT.-UANT to a decree of the Chancerv Court at
Xashvnielm" the case of P. W. Maxev ic lii.. .m.t
otliers, creditors of Stewart A: Owen vs. Stewart
Owen. I w ill sell at the Court House iu Nashville, on
teuuraay, iJc'.oier t. 1SO0. Lot No. 25. in il,ui i.( liar.
Factory property, Lot 43 bv 150 feet and beinif ih
same 1jt berelotore eold to Stewart & Owen bv A. L.
Detm ss. E-i.- ... . . . . :
Timm. 6, 13 and 18 months, with interest and with
out redemption. Security required and lien retained.
J. E. C1A.VVES, C. L
v - 17
T3l."RrAXT t a decree f the Chancery Court at
- -osuvn.e, lu.iue caso 01 Josnua 11. S(iaiu, rs, Philip
iivdvin, I will sell at the Court House in Xashviile, on
uwiuuuv, u, jaw. uie jiropc-riy m tao ai-teud-
ittn, aieiMii, sumtwci at trie corner of Broad and Mc
aIly stie, ts, West XasbyiUe, Lot 60 feet liv 175.
Ikkhs ale tree from, redemption, and purchase
money to be due iu two canal payments, and on 1st
.aprii ioot, aim 1st April iso2, with interest. Security
imiuucu ulu lieu rciaiue-.!.
... -.. J. F GLFAVEf, C. 4 M.
' iT !
- PLTt-LAXT to a ducroo of the CliniK-erj-Court at
Xashviile, in the case -of Win. 'Jordan, rs. Eb'ud Gowc-r
aud others.-1 will tt-ti to ihe liigU -it bidder at the
Court House iu Xashviile. mi Saturday. Oitober 6, 1800,
llic tract if land belonging tn lilmd Hiwer, lying hi
usx luiou vouiny ana coiitannng aivari-s more or le?s.
ltiiji; foi.Ki cash, -and nsifiue to be duo on the 1
s-epieinher lSt.2, without interest.. A bid of (3600 lor
mc wiior- n.w fieeii moan. Dy Llr. t. ;. HainiiKni.and
the property w ill bo stai tod at Las bid. X. w iih
p-nl neotii ity reij-ureil of tho pur.;hn. r and lien to
" leiameu. j. i. GLEA VES, C. c M.
PURSVAXT to a decree or the. Chancery Court at
Xashviile in the case of Wui. MauMin, Unm-dit-H.- .,
rs aaiues m. tnoeu anil otliers, I will Sell at tho Court
House iu NasbviUe, an Satuntvy, OctiJer &7i,' 150, a
Tract ff CO Acres of .jwt, genw 8 miles from uuj
Vll. , III CIV II 1'lslTM't AO. 5. - '
Tkksis: -6, 12, 13 and 24 trjotitlis without interest.
JTke liulfiiis to-ctmuiunce, at S10 iter acre. Good securi
ty reinired :1:1ft heir relaincd. ' 5100" n-nuired iu casli.
.t.3.. - j. k. G LEAVES, C & M.
rntSl'ANT to 'a decree of t lie Chancery Court at
Xa&hvillu, in the ca.u of Geo. O.Hamlett ta. Lewis Jones
aud others, I will sol!, at tho Court-Houso iu Nashville,
on .xtiumay vewoer o, me tract y tantl tn Sjnring-
i'lace, known as tho Tavern Stand, bought by Lewis
Jpc3 of Jamed T .; Cleaves, and containing acres and
60 iolcs. ' " " ' -
TtRM-j. 6,12 and IS months.with interest, ati.l gale
tVt-e' fr)m"TedeinpTiin.- Security roquircd and lien re-
aiuei. - - - - -
tk.pt. 5-tds" " '" v'- " J. K"f:i.E,tVE,C. M.
riT-SL'AXT to a di-reo of the Cbiaieery Conrt at
V-jjii-iii.,,. i,t the case ol Wok ft. VVaiKiu n. John Ojnu
aud olfier. 1 willaell - at the Court House in Xashviile.
a Saunitty the eth of OcU4r 160, a certian tract of
o iici cj nj oxiin, i nig ihi me wcstsiueot tne urick
Church Turnpike, 2 miles from the city. -
1'EiaiA b months credit without Interest, and free.
froni rertVrirfitjn. S-cunty rciuired and li-n retaiwd.
bpt.-lrts-. . . . J. E. tiLKAV.S, C M.
i.PTRSrAXT. U. a xlcerec f tlx Clianccrtr Ctnrt at
Nashville, in the case of Hiram J. Wells n. Thos. Loake
and W. -K.-Hyde..un.l others- I will sell, at tho 'Court
House ut -Aasiivillo oi Saturday. Ociocer 6. 1SC0. the
tu parcels of land, recovered in alnive suit, by com-
puiimuiis lrom uie deicndants, Leako and Ilvdc. Tho
parcel received from Leake cou tains -101V-Jicr;
r ir.. 1 . 1 ... ... .-..'
iiinv (luuiinui; coiiuiius oi acriT-, anu 1110 biuiQ are
to bo sold to juiy the amotints'dne to Leako and Hyde, j
lKKXs. tale iree i.-om redi-nirit.on." aud on a credit
of 6 aud twelve months without interest. Good securi
ty ro,Hfre.l-ou not, and a lien retained. .
bi-pt-a-tas . J. 1. G LEA VIS, C . & JL . :
- ' O.I ": '.."" ''"'""' 1
ITRSCAXT to advree of th Clumcerv Court at
Xashvilld In tho case of Wm. A. Whitstti, Exerutor Ac,
of Forrar rs. Wash. K I.ucns an4 rthers, 1 will gel) at
the Court House m Nashville, mt Saiunlay OcbMxr Uh
1SI10, a tract of 10 acres and Mr polei of land, part .of
the Liicas Farm,'ull3 behi? the satire-bone hi bv him uf
Cumplamact.. , '
'Wmwrn jjt lWl K i,,..i,t1. - .
- " . - n-ui Vi .ill lU.efCet
and sala free from riMemptiou, notes to liavo pcraonai
scvui 11 , uu w to iiuic uiuo t aim ami lieu to bo
retained. 1 "
Sept.6-Ws , , ; J. E GIXAVES C. fc M, '
.". -IT. - i
PCRSCANX to n decree of the
XshvUU,inthecade of G-o. H. Itinih-ti xs. Wash R.
ana oiuors. 1 wui seu, at jHibhc sale at the Court
Hougs in XakuviUe. on Snturda i.y,v, 1
nMUi fortioa rf Wash H. Lucas tract of land'.
wnicb ie known M the Crytcht-a tart nn.ic i,..i ir-t
The same .consisting uf about -il ncr, nH u-.n ,n
front 04 toe Uausiou House.
TEKHd.-J and 2 vejir rr.-'l u IK ;... on.i i
free from redemliou. nurchas..j-'t .i.si.ici.j-v
noveaand hen to be retained. - ,
tt-pusi-uoj J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
rURSCAXT to a. decrra of tho ri.ancf-rr Court at
Xashviile, a the case of A. G. WiU-ox and wile vs. John
Caui, I will seil. at. the Cinirt House in Xashviile, nt
Saturday, October 6. 1SS0, the truct of load u-bexam
John Cola wots resides, or enough of game, at h-aci. Ut
pay. Ihe tleh dH -enoipiaituuiis by the decree. This
land Is ku wn as the Metiavock Plaoe Iiee 00 Vbite's
Creek, B-e mih-s tretn this cay! a I thero are 1 .740
acres in the whole farai. v. j . - - - -
TiatJis Sale J"ree from redemption, and - riurcbase
Itwaey to bo due in three nual lintainieuts, wiuenit
interest, and on 1st January ,1S61: 1st October, lool.
and 1st May, lto2. Parchaser to give Dales with ap
proved security, and Uea retained.
epia-iia ju, CLCAVES, C JL ,
A SEW Bail BI XASIOX H1ELAXD.
W. T. liCH it V & O.
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Iho Arms, Arts and Lii, r-turc d Iulf M.a 144'-'
I X H. Kit's IHKM a.ni 1.KAMA8, 5 -teU
HLR1DEX KXoVI DRAMATIC WORKS. :. .J
TAI.FOEB1-VJ DRAMAS, 1 vol.
T A HAIR'S IIOI.YUVING AND IYiNG, - vd
DAILY STWl'lES liVRlNG LENT, I vol.
A PLAIN" COMMENTARY ON THE GOrfKAs,
AJiHCADE OF ITALIAN WoilhX, by 1 Adats'
Trollope. 2 vols. .
LEADERS OF THE REFORM ATKlN, I.atlier,Calvi
latinieraiid Ki.ox;by John Talloch. D. 1 i
W. T. UKKilY &, t:o,
juuejtji Tub he
For Kent or Lease. :
IHAYEa good Brick Dwelling, with Tour rooms
and twenty acres of exo-ll.-ut land aud pl.-n j?X
tyof gmd waU-r. IwiU renter lease it liomJuL
one to live yeais. SituaW on the Xolensvil' .u:tf
pike adjo.uing the corjwration line. ,
aug2,awtf CIEeN j
I have this day, associated with, me in tLe noi
busiuesE, MR. J. B. . KITLAXD aid MR. JX. EASTJ
1VN- Xashviile, Sept 1. lNjll.
F. .1UI1AX, . 4. B. UtTlAXtl,, ..'.WO. KASnLlX.j
EQOK. StLLISS A.i STITIQXEES,
. 41 CoUege Street, d
- - XaeUv uie, leiiii. rj
J ccornd-Itand Bnronche.
A GOOD city miule Family Barouche, bst littl
for s-.de cheap by . .
bexj. f. einEijjs k co. jo-
LET YOULi DWELLINGS EE LNiURECT
: - - WITH S
IV their well known Insurance Companies that Lav,.;
depusiteU with the Comptroller in l-mn-ssce Bomb"
i0,0 JO, lH-iug four times as much as all the other in
Eurauce Otlicei ia Kashv ille, Xo. 25 College street. . 2
TCST received and for sale at lowest pricesan addi 1
j nouai supply 01 j- mil jars anu cans, say
225 doz. Willoughby GLtss Jars 1 uart;
170 " - " 2 quarts ?
48 " Glass Jars, with corkf. ir sealing.
Also, ou hand 2U0 doz. Tin Fruit Ctns, one and tw
quarts, lor scaling up, all warrantod- -
AlSO. 12 bids, best Char liui Oil at blaract nri tiv '
- t . nu.1.1,
17 College St.
Furui.sliiiig and. Faucj Goods,
t JE are daily receiving addition to naratrendrftiriOt
supply U FALL AND WLVTFJt ln.l..-. w .
have aU the latest style of Shirts and Collar s-rww.
Cravats and Ties. Wo bave any quantity c Gloveaek
Gauntlets, Kubee, Suspenders and all qualit 1 uf
iery tor both Lad us aud Gentlemen. Our tock of l'n
derweor is compk-te, embracms all the ImvW biim-J
of ilk and Woolen, suitable lo the tpirbachjug season
lliese eooils will 00 Bold at correspon.lBigiv low ru-. .
with Uie short crops. . 1. J. U. McGHJ
SH1--" Cherry PL, one dtxa-from I nkm.
Petcrsoo's Ladies XalVai Migaiint;
Arthur's Home Jlasa'zine;"" "
Just received by , y, HAGAX k Co.,
tseptU-- - - - -. . if olicge street.
31 0 il (i A N & WALLACE
" ' - - - DE.VLEES IS
LatliCs' aud ticiillcmeii's Fiiif
; . . . U,
Calirrs, Jlio and :ToDts,
. ALSO . . '
HO 16 PUBLIC SQUAEE,
(At Calhoun S Old Stand,)
' ' iVasIiville Tcnncssfe
septlu-tf- --- :-c
A Good Inretituieut. utjn
I AM now Pdferag for dale, U10 place on which I re 1
jside, situated oa theCaliatiu Pik, about two miles
from Uie city uf Nashville, contain nig acres ol rai UBC
landour of which are iu ahia slate of cultivation s 1 t-'
vegetable cardea, in huh there are Asirsus an.
pit-Piant beds, and quite a number of exueii.t r..S,
Trees. The uuproveoienls rtmsut of a mat rranlent
dw.'ihCg house with kitchen, stable, crib. cow shed A- M.
1 am rteiermined to sU and wiil oCer this place at
ua.(jaiu. larioer pariicaiars appiv to
. , - J. MILUiiON".
septll-lm Xo &4 Culiege street .
DT? V A T?TTl?TcT?lJT?T3 r
JL 4.1 AUAV4O
- il O JI G3 O PA THI
hyslclan ana Surj;cou.'
' ICo-1" ("P stairs) Odar M .-, XashvUle, Tenn.
OSice hours until 0 A. If.
between I and 8 P. SI. '
References Iw. Herimj ti Uppie, FbiladBlphja, Pa. '
and 13. Caspart s KowLicr, Louavule. Ey.