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HORN'S SI LV i: fi BAND!
THE OXI.Y PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND IN
THE C ITY, will attend to all rails for music both at
tome ani abroad, giving entire satisfaction x no
charge. Tlie Band is comi-osed of
with a compete set of new silver instrument-.
All colls for music, for runeTa:?, pie nicy, s.-rcua J.-s
eu-i jubi'. will be attended to promr-try.
W. L. HORN,
Manager and Condctor .
unr2Tilv lh C",! "
Health and Happiness
the concent hated cui e
Lie concentrated cure
a powerful remedy
a p0a erful remedy
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
-T-0CVG MEN who are EuSf-Tu from the effects of
X youthful indiscretion can b surely and rn-.i-LeutlV
restored by using the
AQUA V IT A Ei
A K cdy of Great and Certain Pcwtr.
This remedv is put up in sma'.l TiaS lo be sett
brnti! tSanV addnW. A trial w.U - "
UT awrek , and vou ui expert a great beneul A
! rurrtH cumw fuU part.cu.ars Sent (tree,, on apr-i-tuti-
n. Price p-r bottle $1.
me bottle wiU last a month.
v VTLiS remedv is suilabi for either St X.
" X7e; K- t2:n.rot-Med.cal At-.,
j '''y-'T-tf 4 ' i"1 ? . New lk.
From the Observer, New Y.k, August 1 1S-I.--nc
Cabtnkt Udcf It is one of Cue niarvek
ol the a e that si-h vast ssms are exploded in getting
up apparent trilling article ; and another marvel
,.Ial these are of so much utility. LarSe fartuw have
Wn ma le out of matches, which an- sold at the rale
..f or,- or two hundrM for a ,.t.i.y. S ui- wh.t simi-.r-we
are loUI, U to be tne .a,- of a recent invention
p,r repairing ail kin.is of furniture.' siidics Iw
..uredGir.e" It i prepared chemically, will keep ,a
ulicliautes.nov be applied oi. th italit, and rf all
that i-s aid "f it true, lui.-t become LW-hly u.-fal m
r.- a:nne broken hirnilure. dilapidated b...k, and m
.ieed in ali . - bere ?ld- is anally a..:.ii.-l
I have -oil out my cut ire inler-.t in the hrm ol
Vvh. IMinphrey. to Dav: t IMinphr. V , ho u .J
.,tinue the l.u.-nue, a heretofore. I v ill -;.t h.n.
.i,- l.:uiini-.-. ol tlieoia una,
,t for hi... a .,tin..u:Uf tl.eiotr.aug "-f',,J
, ..rd.-r to rcl.ee my Mock ... Pib,
f..r..refe,vi..new :.--r ,hor. time 1 wo o..,r
,..v entire t-'i c-rt, f'-r cash.
. m (1 M I For tin- INSTANT RE1JEF filid
tre '1.5 i-oiiil'laiiil use
F K N r T ' s
! . !.- l.v C. E. SEYMUR & -.. 107 X.-ar mr.rr,
N Y. rri.eJHrb.-x: s.-nt fi.-eby p-t.
H.K AIJ-: AT A1.I. IiKl't-tiL-TA
1)11. KING'S DISPKNSAUY
FOtt rillVATE DISEASES, i
Ii: KIN'!, formerly ot N.v iork.ior
the U-t t.,ur years .rt Ii.uisvti.e. vy.,
. . I. is auc.1l.0n to
all' i 1 . " .
-,ndblory, where he cur. ail do.--ol a iivau
Tnorhea . ure.1 ithout M-us mcJi. iii or in-
roM-ent dot., efl-, tually cured in
a bV an op. ration which cau. no ,am.
U L "etrture . L-is health cannot be enjoyed.
1 .-rha no die cattw n.-,re luwlt an-1 iu.-l.T-
0..1" c-f tide. I r bad tr. aim. Ill, can be rn-ituoiij
CU.; Vrl-l articuiarattentvibe.-n
c vn to tu.- d-- a.-e. and all the o -n-.tuenc.- growing
of Vl br-Hbt on m many bmI? the 'uct.ve
Zoo ol ,n.ou.-.uerate youths, and r' u under
y..:e t-elect.-I 0
n.,n. the ,-.Mitul. reu-i.; tue tubjc-it udM lor
b.ne-s T ty . and ram preiaauire old a,e
Females who niav be UN Tins with any d.ihcu.ty of
the W.rtnb ntv rest assured imm-Miate r.-n.-i.
"CwMtto abrc,.d. by writi.u t
c-Je. tth atee k"Ud. direct o IV. A. Kin::. No. a
Roderick stre. t,N..-hv.iie. i..m w :.. nJ-e
-rv medicines sent to their adure. lie nour,.
r m it .,.,,.1 , t!i. rii niiiir.
1., pi 9 o clock in tne Ewruu.9 u...- -
Xtw Fall aud Wiulcr Cotd
PHEnc lersaT'lcw receiving L;? stock m a
. and Winter lic-jda f'-r Oenti. men f ..e. ,
votkws stvles. AL-o. a choice 1.4 ol r
o which ne mvit. .he at:- r.non .4 lua fwiner, anl
,8pubi.c generally. Vet.
-c5.-otf3 FosLrt)t f.r 1-CJ and 61.
tne if. the KCil lijuiar clJ tcLtToitnt
On UeaJerlclt atreel,
X AS 11 V 1 LKK, T F.X ESSKK.
rpHE Doetor himself if an 11 ! rnrtit.ouer.f'om
X the eld and thit courtrv ,beii already lo years
, nAmetica. Ur.c tcaufuKy and bor.or-biy sur
raoutledail ti.etri?ls'l tie rtw orl.. , i-d bat
tled and conquered death ol the bole range r.i dm
eases of our differed cbmales.SoutD and North, so
taat the Ixine of tj sueres in the tr a'nieut cfein
eral and private d.MMses id u.dir.tIaMt, nr 'H.u
he ha tt.e inert reliable references.
special attention paid tod-.se.fe! o Feu alf p sn-1
Cb1l.1r6B.and much pratiiirl;on he !e.-i, in gener
al by being eulru.ted w.th detperate c.s.-s. UT to
illustrate his tkill. He isouvertant wiihihe Ameri
can French and tiern au Uncuane, aa always
r.-ad'y U tender hi8adv e and lertiees win. polae-te-a
conrcienliou.-ness and discretion.
rertns at a distance may have his ivice nnd
u.ed:cmes by coiimlting Lim through letter e, lnclvS
lc a lec, to Pont-office U'X No. ZM.
His Family Keiidenceis ol North Market ttreel.
a. w. joHxao-i.J-
j.U. O. IKU.Mll
Johnson & Treanor,
IVo. C i nion Street,
f f ( P.'.-h--l mixe.1 Corn;
O U U U bu-hels w hite Otb.
just rt-.-eived lv A. JENKINS.
s. pt 10-tf No. 14 Market flnrl.
NORTH MARKET oTRLET.
ill". uu lsgne.l l rs L ave to ii,r.Tm his friends an-1
1.. t.lii:.- It.t lie Ias li.iIWin lind K numljT t'f
har.-Uouie velm U of all kinds. n.l a tpleit.nd j-tud of
b-iiy an t ia.i m.rsw. ht i;.e r.se 01 tart young
jrenti 'o t ol 'KTINti FAI'EIITIi .S. or for the a.-.-om
iiKidati4i Yoin America and Youu; Au.-r.caV
What nian living. .f any BTt'of rrressjve Fpirit,
wnukl I o-tteut W nail it behind a MjiW' H1E
w hen he know s that an ANIMAL 1 M-Ii:lT eoMld 1
AT TUC iETIATim STASLLS.
Part.es dVirtnc C l.es it P1C-NIOV ai d j.tf
au.l i-.treful Wiver. should 11.4 forget what the tp-rs
abKit Thk New Cain. In m the I OA 1.11111.1 Ijvkkv
J-ijius, 00 Noctu Jlarael ir.- 1
i'EV FALIj STOCK
I S i o .
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
Wholeaale Dealers lu
Varieties anil CtoHilug,
Hides BuiWiugjivjrtb fcUi- Public 5tiuare,
JVASII VI LLE, T EN NESS E E.
E m v ite the atu-ntioo of City aad Country
tail Merc ban U to our alock of
FALI AND WINTEU GOODS,
bow in (tore and ready for txlobiiloa.
mf Our stock will bibund unusually attractive and
complete; and we shall offer lb UotMret induceu-tiU
to caah barer and to all prompt and resp..ble dU
' HIE, tUEI HERU CU.
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j THURSDAY AlOHXINfJ, 2Er'T. 20, 18C0.
. KOCK CITY IILLS;
'Reli" Flour in brigs $ , in half bas. s
l.l Hickorv ! ' 4 25: - '- 2
f. do " 3 '
Mixed Bran, per 1000 IV;.. oik- d.iiar.
Corn Meal, ler bushel. l 00.
Delivered to all rw U..- city. s-pt 21-1?
MY; 31i M.S IF THE RAli.UOAlS.
Depart una of i aeii.er I 1 ait. a.
N.esHvnxR k CHAirt.-co n 1 .A. M.t T. P t.
T:miee Ic Ai-uiAJto 5 : 1 . A. 3:0 P. M. -IifiSTiitr
& Xo?HTniJ: 5:00 A M :5'P-
to.l.iituilJtpress 4:30 I - M.
Fjitr:Mj : Kexttckt C:30 A.M., 2:45 P.M.
Arrival of l'asf-cneer 1raii.
Nasuviioi & CkottaxooGa 5 P- 8 A. M.
Texxbsssee A-Aumoxi 10:t0 A. M. 4:00 P.M.
Lort-Tiux & Nashville 3:05 A. M-, 2:1 P-
- " c.adatin Exnres 9:10 A. M.
EncCTiELD fc Kcrrt cky 1 0 A. M-, 7 P. M. , .
Saturday, September 29.
FjR MA YOR.
i V HOLUNUSWOIiTH.
K B CHEATHAM.
JOHN Hloll tMITH.
1-t Ward JOHN IXjYLE.
"1 J C McFKKRAN.
4rh - P. L CRF-N.-HAW.
iia " P- J JIEIG?, Jr.
SJ Ward J T PFI.I
.I - WM SHANE.
" E H MAKil.N.
A i ILVOFY.
W S CHEATHAM.
A A HATCHER.
g- We are amho. iZid to siuijiiiic- Wil. II. II' !
as a i au liiLile l..r Aid. rinau fr.-m tl.o 3rd W..rd.
B "e are authorized to annouuee Jl'IP-. X
ANIsER, as a cai.di.'.nt.: f.r Ai.l.rnt.n .n the 3id Wo:
;itA.M) r.SO. U.VM.V !
At I.i:iC4Ju Ilall lo-nirrow
The Uuiou Club of the Sixth Ward hold a
Graad Rally at Lincwlu Hall, South Chf i ry
?! reel, to morrow (Friday night), to w1i:l-!i
all the Union Clubs in the city and county
l.iive l.ecn invited.
The iiueting will be addre.-s-.d by Mnj. i,
A. IIkxky, Hon. W.m. Stokes, and Jons F.
House. Esij. A procession, composed, com
posed ol the dmVrent Wild Clubs, the R-.-U
Highlander. and Ibo Roll Grays, headed by
IIokx's S;1t-.t Band, will form on th i'ublic
Square and escort the Fpakt-r-? to the Ual!.
Stileet Impkovkmknts. The city auihoi i
ties have recently made considerable im
provement cf poitions f Ch' iry, Sumnicr,
High and Viae btreeti-. They are now bavins
work done on Spruce street, between Church
and Rtcad Greets : b;it the plan is can'., d
out the streets will he anything but iuij.iovcd
th. iiby. As a ic.-i.U ;it and pioperiy Ltdder
tlic-ie we pioiest apamsl tne narrowing oj
the street which is contempla'.ed ; and hope
that a change of plan will lie adopted- On
the east side the tn-nc'a i.-r a gutter now I.e.
ing dug two ket from the pavement, without
rhyme or reason, good sense or policy. Ry the
time the same thing is ooao on the west side,
there will prvbubhj le room enough, out ot
the gutters, left for cairiages to tiirn. Where
are the representatives cf ih.- .":li Ward that
they p'-ruiit this thing t
If you want an i-sc lit nt mil of 'lothing
e'.tLer of Cloth or Casemere, native. I'.ritish
or French, stop in a1 r. ii KEu's. No. 7. C d ir
street, and in. ike ytir s. Ucti.ins. He not
only has the poods, but is one of tin b-st
cult, rs in iLe country, and makes aphis goods
in the latest and in st hand.-or.ic i tyU-s. always
i:isiiiiiig a neat lit.
Tiik Rally Tie-MouiK-w Ni;nr. The
Unio.i rally in the Sixth Ward, on College
Hill. to-ui..rro.v i.i-ht. wiil be one of the
most lively and tud. awtke demonstrations
the city h.'S uitn.-s-. d since the opening Of
the canvass. M..j. G- A. Henry, Hon. Wm.
D. St. kes, and Jons F. IIocse, E-q., will ad
dress the meeting. Tht y will le efcorted to
Lincoln Hall by a torchlight procession, to
gether wi:li th.; Grays and Highlanders,
headed bv Horn's Silver Du.-d.
The case of splendid surgical instru
ments to which was awarded the premium at
the late State Fair, was cnt. red by Messrs.
Rain3 & Drown, wholesale and retail drug
gists, ca the Public Stpnre.
r? The premium for the best specimen
of coal was taken at the State Fair by the
Tennessee Mining Company.
Half Fare on tlte T. A: A. 11. It.
We are requested to Fay that passeDgers
on the Tenn. &. Ala. R iilroad on the occasion
of Mr. Chittenden's visit to this city, will be
charged only half lore full fire coming, re
J2ff-Tbe Representatives t- the V. S
Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. ca'led and paid
their resp.els to Mrs. James K. Polk at noon
Miss Caroline Roi n sull -red the extreme
penally of marriage the other day, with a
man uaintd Lasting, in Chicago. She can
never lx; '-Rorn" ug.iia. Lxchxnyf.
No, but she'll 1; ever-L tsting. which m the
next thing to it.
IT Of course we are again under obliga
tions to the Adams Express Company for late
papers in advance of the mail.
The Nashville Railroads have been so
Tva-hed. that they were ajraiu compelled to
close their gates yesterday, and receive no
freis-'hi. Lou. Cbur., lvuu
r-It will be seen by the card in another
column that Hon. John L. Helm authorizes
the n.-e of his name in connection with the
Presidency of tiie Nashville Railroad Com
pany. Many or tne le st inenas 01 me roan
b:-lievc? that the harmony and snceefs of the
ro&d wiil be better secured by the selection
of Gov. Helm, and we have but little doubt
that he will chosen. His labors in behalf of
this great enterprise have certainly been in
defatigabie and unceasing. Lou. Courier.
SiDDEN Death. D. A. Prince, well known
in this city as a steamboat agent, was louud
dead in his bed. at the Planter's Hotel. to-lay
at ntMin. He has been complaining of indis
position lor a day or two past, and last even-
inr retired to bcil.reniura.nig tuat ue it-.i. ou
ter tliait usual. Judzinz Irom bis poeiuon
reclining as if iu ulet-p be must nave died
without a struL'zle. His family reside in
Clarksvillc. A jury, fcummoued by Coroner
Alexauder. alter bcaii.Tjr all the evidence
. : . i : - . . r .. l . I. I. . . . Animlnvii ' 1
IU K iriUiC. Ot UCA.U 1 1 OU. Br.j.iiaj
Eetniug Ittmucrat. ytstrduy.
The funeral will take place to-day at two
o'clock, P. M., at the Planter 'a Hotel.
Another Military Compaxt. We already
have six Military Companion in Nashville,
iucludiug the newly orgauized Zouave corps.
and we are about to have another an artil
lery company. A meeting wo btld Tuesday
night, aud Messrs. Sam. C Goopshaix and
jAMEt Claiborne were appointed a commit
tee to draw up a constitution nud by lows
A second meeting of those interested iu the
movement will be held to-night at Firemen's
Hall No. 2, on College lreet. -
So much for thg omuipott-nt and dazzling
influence of our Military Editor. Had every
daily journal in Nii-hville euch an editor,
there would be at least forty military compa
nies here in le?B thau three week.
HON. JNO. J. CTHTTEIaDEN",
September 24tli and 25tli, 18G0.
The U.ii-.'H piity tl Nashville having
learn- d that lion. Jou J. Crittendkx would
visit his friends in this city, he has been in
viied to siddrers tLe peop'e upon Ibe issues
of the pending Presidential election. He
will sir.ivi: en Mond;:v. the 24tb insL, and on
Tunday, 2oth ;.-.t., A Grand Basket Din
ner will If tel.! ut
A number of distinguished g ntleiueu from
this and adj .iuirig States have been invited,
and are expect, d to be present.
c-.mmittee of kicf.ption:
' RcsslTJ. llorsiox, Sam. D. Mokoax, Dr.
J. li. MNi..rt;, Jonx Trimble, Joux M.
commuter 0 arrangements.
Wm. R. Ei.litox. A. V. Gofv, Sam. Wat
Kiss. .Maoisox Stkatiox, Thomas T. Smilet,
Michael Yaichx, W. D. Ewlng, Jesse Jor
dan-, Gen. Matlock, Thomas R. Jounsox,
Gilrekt Marshal S. S. Hall, hxt-cn
Ccnntnoham. Henry Comitox, Philip Suite,
K. D. Rii: let.
F.vervb.,.l v is iuviti-d. Let no lti. ud ot
li... 1 ni.oi :in! I t .lllsl 1 1 II I Ion . Ol I'fiice
(iii;-l. l;t!l It. H'.u-nu.
t ... . . 1
What Comks vv Ai.vektisI.m;. Spalding
& Co., of New York, the great "pr pared
lue"' men. says the Cincinnati ''Gazette."
utve cleared $00,000 within a year past, on
he sale ol their glue, which they attiibute,
n the main, to the policy ot extensive ad
vertising. Th.-y went into it on the Donner
scale; ami so satitlactory tins ietn ine result
-tLe already immense demand lor the
uticle steadily and rapidly increasing
that they expect to loom up iu still more
magnificent proportions in the columns of the
press during the ensuing year. So much for
laith in advertising, and bold and judicious
action loauded thereon.
The editor of the L-.'wisburg Messenger,
who has n't any wife to take care of bun,
went the other nijrht to a Ladies' Fair. He
avs he saw there "an .article" which be
'lain would own, but it .vr.is not for sale."
He declares that since that night he is
'wranturously wretched." As the "article"
was bouud with hoops, the reader is left to
inf r that it was cither a sirl or a keg of
whi-kv. They are both calculated to make
a retch 'wrapturous."
tfThero was a man named RcsT, in the
tale of New Yolk some time airo, who was
so extremely anxious to sec bis name in print
that his general health was very feeble. One
d.iv last summer he found in his garden a
forked faddish. He was enraptured. "His
golden dream was out." aud the hue of health
leaped laughing back to his failed cheek.
Without delay he sent the "vegetable curiosi
ty " to the village editor, and waited impa
tiently the breaking out of his immortality.
At la.-t the paper come, aDd with trembling
hands he unfolded the damp sheet. Sure
enough, there, in the local department, was a
"notice' of his remarkable raddieh, and the
name of "our enteiprisiug fellow citizen "
was mentioned uu less than three lime; but
instead of Rust, the pi inter iu each case bad
mate it Utvst. Ibis was mo mucu. Mr.
. r.. . . a a f
Bust's phylosophy gave way beneath the
blow. He went to the barn aud hung him
self up on a peg with it plow-line.
The printer, with some little help obtained
of the proofreader towards the close of the
job. butchered th ; names of one or two of
our citizens in the Patriot of yesterday; but
we are glad to Know tuat nooouy nas com
mitted self deitrnctiou on account of it.
XiJJ"The auction fale of household and
kitchen furniture, advertised byB. F. Shields
& Co., takes place this morning at 10 o'clock,
at the residence of Mis3 Toupet, No. 23 Vine
street. The ladies are invited to attend.
sJThe following complimentary notice
of Dr. Rcsskll is from a late number of , the
Djvy Gart!t. Dr. Rcssell is one of the most
skiliiul operative and mechanical dentists in
the Sooth. His method of doing plate-work
challenges the admiration of all judges of
such work : ...
Went to see a Dentist. On rriday last I
we had the pleasure of meeting in the city I
with our estimable lnend. Colonel Anderson, I
a well known citizen ot Hamilton county, I
and formerly a representative in our State I
Legislature, looking as well and joTial as of I
" . -. . . . r I
yore, lie had ueen nai a lew uours oeiore i
to the o lice ot Dr. K, liusscii. wnere ue nau i
undergone a dental operation, which, besides I
relievine him of considerable inconvenience!
trveatlv improved his personal appearance. I
Col. Anderson had for several years suffered
much from disease of the anircm in the su
perior maxiliarv, the greater portion of the
jaw-bone having in the progress ol tne disease
Income carious aud sluflcd on. ine opera
tion performed supplied the part thus decayed
restoring the mouth to its original shape, and
enabling the Col, to speak as distinctly, and
look as handsome as ever. Ibe operation
was in itself an admirable piece of workman
ship, exhibiting the skill ot Dr. li., and otter
ing uew evidence of tho great improvements
made of late years iu the practice of mechani
Charles C. Eastman, editor of the
'Vermont Patriot." and a distinguished citi-
zen, died on the lGth nisi , in the forty-lourm
vcar of his age. H was a brother, we be
Hove, of he late Moj. E. G. Eastman, of this
'S3- We Jec that ' our young friend
J. M. Eastman, has purchased an interest in
the cxten-ive Book and Stationary House of
F. Hagau. Nashville. This house is among
tin- largest Book establishments in the South,
and we are rejoiced to see onr young friend
connected with f-uch a man as F. Hagan.
Tbe Nashville Union pays Mr. Eastman " waa
formerly anaflar-V? of tbw office, and we take
nb acnreiu savinz he is one of the cleverest
Tonnr men we ever knew, w hile he is a
tSr.rniirf.lv eorrect business man." Lwi-
burg Jltsteager. t .-."- - - -
TieiiVs what evifvbo.lv says of Mr. . East-
Waykiotl Spriags, Wednesday, Sept. 19.
Laurence burg, Thursday, Sept. 20.
llenryviile. Friday, Sept. 21.
Ashland, Saturday, Sept. 22.
Flat Woods, Monday, Sept. 23.
Waynesboro', Tuesday, Sept. 25.;
Clifton, Wednesday, Sept. 2C. - '
Saltillo; Thursday, Sept. 27.; ;
Savtfnimb. Friday, SepL 28. -Hamburg,
Saturday, Sept, 29.
We Lave agreed upon the above lUt of ap
pointments. JOHN C. BROWN.
Sept 3, 18C0. N. N. COX.
V - n Vita laanit
r JSEPORT Or CrKAND CLUKt I Al . u
S!cretery of the TJ. S. Grand Iodge LttO.F.
gave on Tuesday tbe following Btatemeot oi
Receip'n and expenditures : ' -. : - -
The revenue of th?- Craml Lodge daring , ,
the vi-ar up to and inclusive ot SejiU-iu- -
b-T 1st. ISoO. aiuu.u to... $14,662 83
Iie ou the same day aad payable during
w n orwi in
the seaifin iw-
Mi.kinp an atrgrejrate rewnne foir the year '
lSii-oo, ot ,
Tli 3 receipt estimated for the year was. . . $20,600 OO
AiiKamt actually received fot the year tu tia.i 1
S 2,024 8S
T!. .!. (le. Ii.ib ariaefi nrincinullv :n the Item H
Piploinas. the sale aoviuK not reached the estimate by
The amount approjirUte 1 liLt SJflon was. . f IT,ta w
Receipts as aliove I8.4.a 1-
Fjccej-i of revenue over ainrtriatiofiS lto li
f the sura appropriated . however, tne touowuig
have not been used, vii: - -...v.- 1 -
New card plate -......-. . . ,
Repairing turuiture ..
4 . . - . t , J . I w
Gkanu Lodge ok the United States
Election op Officers. The Grand Lodge,
ou Tuesday, elected the following officers for
the ensuing terra of two years:
Hon. R. B. Boylstox, of South Carolina,
R. W. Grand Sire. .
. Milton Herndox, of Indiana, R. W. Depu
ty Grand Sire. - - ' ' '
James L- Ridgelt, of Maryland, K. W.
Grsnd C-i iefponding and Recording Secre
Jnsm-A Vansant. of Marvland. R. . Grand
At a meeting of the Commilttee of Ar
rangements for the reception of Hon. Jxo. J-
Chittexdkx, William L. Foster was appoint
ed Chief Marshal of the day, with power to
appoint assistants; and the following gen
tlemen are requested to 8-e that ample pro-
visions are maae ior luegrcnvnucancii
- . - a t a i"7.A..l.-.
Basket Meeting, to be held at Watkin Grove
near Nashville, on Tutiday, the Z3tA iiw.
1st Ward William Roberts, II. C. Seymour, William
J C McFerran. AT M Brown, Sam Scott.
K J Morris, W H Horn, Andrew Anderson
; Wm IiPmumbrane, Jas Hintou, Jas. Hamil
ou. Robert Crenshaw.
' Samuel Mo r ean. Sam. J. Carter, Robert
Woods. Col Loll in. M H Howard
BS. Rhea, T J Yarbrough, M M Bi ien, Jas
' Isaac Paul. John Trimble, M fl LCUiWue.
Herman Cox, I r Hatcher, CW Nance, Hugh
2d District Ih- E E Buchanan , G W McMann, E H East
sen, James fatterson.
Isaac Wbitworth. F G Ross, Tlieo Hibbitts
Jas H Charlton. '
B F Gleaves, Alfred Creel, Philip Shute
J K Buchanan. A P Griustead, Wilford
Raines, Jas Matlock, M M Cox, Robert
Joe! A Battle. Dr A Clark, J H Austin.
Jas H Still, A J Baker, E B Rurley, Chas
' E M Patterson. John Thompson, II I Pat
terson. Roln-rt Harris.
Andrew Gregory, B D Harris, John Austin
Jas Aw nods, Archer eneat nam, Sam iticq
ett, R Houston, R C Foster.
N Baxter, John Maury, Henry Compton
Wm Edmouston, Sam'l Amenl.
Samuel Davidson, Bon Cockrill, Jessee
Jordan. M R Cockrill.
D T McGavock, lr Hudson, Abran. L De
Skclton Demnss, John Pritchett, P A Cart
W right. Wm Turner.
Jas Foster, Ed Trabue, Thomas C Cart
u-riirht- E A Ford.
Thos C Martin, John Hurt, Sam Jenkins, E
Shelby Williams,Hirau Vaughn, P W Max
ey, B R McK.inu.-v.
James Russell, W B Walum, W J JIassey
Henry W hite, L C Lishey.
John Taylor, V G McKay, G G Bradford
Enoch Council. J C Bowers, J II Cart
w risrlit. E Cunningham, E C Drake.
J B White, T T Saunders, T W Ballow,.Txs
Wbitworth. W B Ewiug.
Gilbert Marshall, George Weber, Thomas
Bizer, Ed Graves, W H ioung.
Wellington Hvde, Dr Maulove, David Ral
ston, W R Hyde.
Wm Robertson, H Mvers, Win Dismukcs
Iatt Anderson, Win eato, w w vaue.
Joseph Ryax. Johx Rkddick and David
Ware are appointed to receive provisions
and arrange them.
Families in the city and from the country
as a matter of course, will bring enough to
feed and mike comfortable all the great crowd
that will be in attendance on the occasion.
Invitations are extended to all . the Milita
ry Companies throughout Tennessee friendly
to the election of Bell & Everett. Ample
arrangements will be made for their accom
The citizens ot Kentucky, the "home" of
"Ciiltendeii" are cordially invited to come.
A. F. GOFF, Chairman.
THE IKITTENDEN RECEPTION.
Tl.o following gentlemen are requested to act as as
sistant Marshals at the reception of tho Hon. John J-
Crittenden. They will please meet at the orace or M.
Vaugh, No. 41 Cherry street, on Friday at 10 o'clock,
A M. . ..
WTIJ.. L. FOSTER, Chier Marshall.
AIDS. DUKE COX, GEORGE W. DARDiX.
ASSISTANT MARSHAL! ii.
Col W C Loftin. WiU B Walton,
J L Bruce,
Thos H Taylor,
Will H Ewing,
Alex C Nichol.
Will W Shute,
W F Meacham,
F. C Drake,
M C Cotton,
John K Edmundson,
Dr Wm E iv-moss,
Marshall P Pinkard.
A G Ewing,
L B Bigley,
L i Beech,
Thos H Malone,
W G Brien,
Sam C Goods hall,
Charles M Hays,
W H demons,
Dr Wm M Clarke,
Rochester, Sept. 18. Senator Donglas ar
rived here from byracuse tnis morning, re
ceiviuz on the way the nsual demonstrations
of respect. The enthusiasm appears to in-
crease as he passes West. He spr.ke in the
afternoon to a crowd ot about zu.uuu people,
his speech occupying an hour and a half, lie
presented no new features except on the Mis-
souri compromise. He claimed that he had
always supported and upheld the Missouri
.," ml-. 1. -V .V-
compromise so toug as me peopie 01 tue iree
states were wiuinff to aotae Dy 11, ana in
1818 had introduced a bill, which was passed
by the Senate, extending the line to the Pa
ciflc. The House rejected that bill. He
claimed that if passed it would have settled
the slavery agitation forever, lie charged
that it bad been defeated by tne union ot tree
soilers and Soutbera fire caters, who bad then
combined against the Missouri compromise
as they are now combined against popular
Washington, Sept. 17. Last Satuday
nieht a new planet was discovered in tbe Na
tional Observatory. Its right ascenion is
23 bonre 4 minutes, and its declinatien 3
hours 24 minutes south.
Syracuse, Sept. 18. Donglas arrived here
yesterday morning on his way from Clifton
Springs. On bis arrival here and during tbe
day be has been the recipient of honors. He
j ppoke yesterday afternoon to a crowd of over
30.000 neoole assembled in a five-acre lot.
His speech embraced some new arguments on
points not before touched upon by him. He
explained that the difl'erence between popular
sovereignty and squatter sovereignty was
that so natter sovereignty is outside the won
slilution and in rebellion against tbe Federal
Government, while popular sovereignty Is in-
ride the Constitution and in obedience to tne
Ia answer to a Republican, be bt ited that
Jefferson was Minister to France when the
Ordinance of 1787 wan adopted, and knew
nolbinz about it till afterwards, and that J el-
fe i sou's plan for the government of tbe Ter
ritories, which was adopted in lie, was ne
fullest recognition of popular sovereignly
, Hlver News.
LocrsviLLK. Sept. 19. The river in rising
w'uh 4 feet 3 inches water in the canal.
Cincinnati, 19. Flour steady; offered at
4.90. Wheat; holders demand an advance of
2 to 3c. Corn bas an advancing tendency, at
5Ca58c Oats dull at 3lc Whisky 18Jc
D.n.U.,no Inll -
" From Halifax.
Halifax Sept. 19. It is reported that tbe
English Government received a dispatch after
tbe sailing of the Etiropa, that Garibaldi en
tered Naples tnamphani.iy, viinoui oppci
n IU 7th
Arrival of th Bremen.
; Nr.w York. SepL' 19. The steamer Eretaea
i ha arrived. -Her da tea are anticipated. -
. . Sailed.
Boston. Sept. 19. The steamer America
Bailed to-day for Liverpool, boe tooK bo
tpecie. ir ;
f) Arrived, y?
HauFaX. Sept. 19. The finropa ha arriv
1 ' Forelsn'.
TCRIX,' Se-pO 8.
8. The rioVnigr "of,'l!i
ray bubeinr 1 fi't'pd rto pfe" - -
J 1 , , r
raordinaty tratpurt of ir.-p
. . 1 r . 1 e, . j
pare lor au extra
Arm are about being plaoe-tl tut a war. f.HM- -
nil.' - - ' -' - " i
Fnrlonch-d aohlier are i rdervil to j i w
their regiment-:. ... . . . - --
Pinto. . V r. urt' lilfeo'i; h.;i. iintili.-d ilie
Government thai fnii pwei to sigil !h'- t-i si-
tctt-...)ii uif 011 ii.eir t. . at pv
. . . .1. : .. 11 .r..
Tl.- H.... rl.t Lot ,.IH.J cUlii' i
Vienna The Emperor received Counts
Segechen and Apptmza, who expo..! lln; bis.
torical ngbU of H.iugaiy to the h.mpror,
who pronounced himself iu favor of the ll.ni-
ganan protrramme, which it ls said will be
adopted with an amendment concert- d be
tween Count Hartiz aud Hungarian dele
gates. !Ve vv Orleans Items.
New Orleans, Sept. 19. Arrived, Consti
tution, from Boston, Georgian!, from New
The steamer Star of the West sails on the
The Bell and Douglas parties in Texas
nominate a joint electoral ticket.
Storm fn Alabama.
Mobile, Sept. 18- The loss by the late
storm is estimated at ft-oai S50:.000 to Sl,
000.000. Daily Patiiiot Okfick,
Nashville, September 20, 1800
We have no improvement t-i note iu trade,
which continues dull in all its departments.
FLOUR The market has received large
additions recently, and is now heavily sup
plied with all kinds. We quote:
Superfine in barrels SsG C 50
Extra, " " 6 50C 75
" In sncks, 3 60
WHEAT This article is scarce, and will
sell readily at $1 351 50 per bushel.
BACON There is no Tennessee Bacon of
fering. The market is liberally supplied with
foreign which is selling at ibe follow itig fig
ures; Shoulders 1112J, clear sides 15 J1C;
hams 1411 oc per Ik
FLOUR. The market is well supplied
We quote, wholesale
SuperCne iu bbls $6 6 50-
Extra " " 1 007 50
Extra " sacks 3 503 75
WHEAT. The supplies are drawn princi
pally from abroad ; very little Tennessee
wheat being offered. We quote red at $1 15-
1 20 per bushel ; white $1 251 3rJ per
bushel. Seed wheat selling from Store at
$1 40a$l 50.
BACON None offering. It would com
maud the following prices, if offered. Shoul
ders 10 lb; clear sides II: hams 13J. Sales
from store, wholesale, hams 15, shoulders 11;
clear sides 15.
CORN. White 85 per bushel; mixed SOe.
OATS. COc per bushel.
LARD -None off-ring. Would bring 13
14 $ tt).
MEAL Is selling at 80S5e. bushel
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSENG 40c. $ lb.
UliOUCiKIbd. We quote; Dair suprar
9J10 1$ ft).; piime to choice 1010Jc; ia
barrels $lc. advance on these figures.
New Y.-i 5. C if e Sugars 10i112c: ft. ,
crushed and powdered 11 J12c; Loaf 11
12c. "ft ft.
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar Honsc 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half brrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gals.) 85c
COFFEE. Kio lCJI7c; Lagnyra none
in market; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50e$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 40G0 ; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at il 50 ;
and Fine at $1 bO$l 75 ; aud Barrel at
COTTON YARNS. The following ure ibe
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns : 700
and 800, Do. doz.; 600, 10c; 500, lie.
and 400, 12c.
WniSKY. Rectified is held at 2124c
J, gallon, and country at 5 0(2), 7 5c gallon
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallcvv, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50c per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R,
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box,
BRAN $1.50 per cwt.
HAY $30 per ton.
BEESWAX 27a28e per lb.
CHEESE Western Reserve lOallc per tt
BARLEY. Spring and fall 70a75c per
bushel, and iu demand.
RYE Is selling at $1.15aSl 25 for seed
markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans, Sept. 19. Cotton sales to
day 9,000 bales; prices easier but quotations
are unchanged. Corn quiet at 73a80. Mess
pork dull, and 21,00a210 is offered. Freight
to Havre If.
New York. Sept. 19. Cotton. Prices stif
ter but quotations unchanged. Sales to-day
3.000 bales. Middling upland, 10;. Flour
declined 510c. Sales 16,000 bbls. 5 20
25. heat declined lc. Vera steady ; bo
C9. Mesa Pork steady ; sales to-day 700
bbls, 19 19 12. Uotlee steady. Molasses
Cuba 2627, Barbadoes 35. Sugar firm ;
Cuba 6J7; Porto Rico 77g. At an
auction sale or tea great spirit was mnnitested
at full figures.
Kevlecw of tbe C-'Ineinnatl Iflarltet.
rcRxi&BKO ruoa the merchant's excuanoe.
Monday Evkxixo, Sept. 17.
FLOUR Tbe market opened dull, but after tbe
news from England and New York was niido public,
it bee .me quit unsettled and prices closed entirely
nominal, before the news the .ollowii g sales were
made. - ' -
200 bbls R. W. at IL-imillon . ' $5 00
78 do Hanover Mills. K. W 5 05
600 do R.W t 6 00
850 do Extra 5 0a
WHISKY The market ia dull, but not quotably
lower. The sales were 703 bblsat lia'.'o; tie hit
ter rate for wagon.
PROVISIONS A moderate demand for Moss Pork
at $18 75(2)19. Nothing done in Bacon or Bu'k Meat.
Jjxri sold at V2c lor brl and ke.
GROCERIES A cood demand for Sug ir, with sate3
of 80 hbU at 8.'(a9ic. Coffoe Urn. at l4,V(15i ,
witi unfair demand. aloLiSiei is selling at -tl.'uJ-Wj,
aud in but limited demand.
OIL 57 bbU LiLSeed sold at 5 c a decline.
WHEAT The market couttuues dull, and owing to
the unfa voi able adviies from tne East, p. ices duciiu
ed2(8c per bushol, clusiug at SI 06 lor prime Re 1,
and SI 12 for prime White; sales 3oO bushels prime
Whitaat (1 17; 400 do Red at fl 07; 250 do pri.i.e
Kentucky W'hitu at $1 16; 800 do Hill at $1 10.
CORN The receipU of Ear are light with an ac
tive demand, aud prices advanced 2c bushel, clos
ing at 50c in bulk. Shelleu w in good demand at btifa)
57c for mixed and White, including sacks; sales 600
bushels Ear in bulk at 48c; 500 do Uo at 5oc.
OATS The demand is good, and tl.e market firm, at
31c; sales 900 buauela m sacks at Sic .
RYE Tbe mirket in steady, with a free demand at
Mi for prime; rales 300 bushels at 69c, delivered; UO
da choice at 70c.
BARLEY There is a good demand wUh light re
ceipts, and prices advanced to 88 90c; the lower
grades are dull and not wanted. Bailey Malt is in
good demand at 85c fa-II 00 for fair to prime, aud for
thotce lots (1 05 is paid; 800 busbeU fair Malt sold at
tic, and S-Kl do choice at 1 05.
HAY The receipts are light with a good demand
and price. aJvaoced ,c T ton, closing at $10 too.
for prime tunotuy la bwlea, va arrival. - - -
CHEESE The demand continues active and in ex
cess of the sut'ply, though p. ices are unchanged; salos
560 boxes W R. at 0c, and 50 do Hamburg at S'c
BCTTER The demand for prime freeh is good, and
the aaa ply of Uus kind being light, prices advanced to
la316c for prime and choice Central Ohi . Common
is dull and unchanged; we quote it at Wt3ll;.
PEET There is a fair cemand for timothy at f2 25
(St 60 fair to prime; 200 bushels prime eol I at $i 60.
Thademaad for clover is. limited: small sales hve
beea made at $5 00. Flax is firm and la good demand
at $1 10. - - - -
LooitvUU Marfceta. - .a Jj X
Lorisvuu, Sept. 19.
There was considerable activity in the market yes
terday. Money continues tight, with no change in
the rates tor currency. We report o change la the
p.-ftcal marttt, savJn the' artiel of rlear 8!e8
which have ad aad c.
FIICK AND GRAIV a'es of io . hM flmir at
f;' -.a;-5 75;6-lbls u -rtne -S.- 7U br e. iPESv at
f- i: bi!n I :.ent at -.i(r K., awl 64H besh-
e!s m.i 1 eon. M .0.?.
" 1"invi-tvs S.-.1 r c m.;? .v.-k-n $19 75. 100
. 1 T - -vr
o''.- .-.ft 1 s b n o : a' 1 -r:i. -r iati?, exo. pt c-ar
fl ,4.wh)e.o l.av. .V -need lte 1J i.s naii.3 at
... . .
ll.'j'.Mod 12 t. s U. t at 1 J lie
1.iS-T!i-.irtet k-tfata doll: 1,K-Q bead within
frt - mHcrfrtf ,! W1 -eofl'a-jl Ixi.y-at i troe
t "-"i e-.1, w. a o .vers.
' St. l.oul Market.
St. ha w, Sept 17. P. M.
WHEAT Ree--its nor.- .mail : u-t bod r were
nrm.w:.. 5 .e, ... io.o Sks -prrg at : W
s to -rdo t OO S'Jjc: 2;"2 sks Club at 1 u.V. 1 .-"!:
4 ikg o at f I 0 : sin .11 . K t.'le.io do at 1 1 8: 10yi
ks Spring an.i Kin p. t.; S00 sks -11 ve red ih. previ-
s cot.tra. 1:210 sks 1 ar and Good lanhtfl lfial
;:LK srtcWs Ci ime n.-l Choi e at Jl iK'vl i2,'i;S0
'is xed, iii- tnuiiig sks. -I 1 40: Vl sl;s White iuclu-
ug s, at $1 45; and 2J4 sks a t y'. . : . -.
F J VR N t;.i e transpired e-te-pt i the Sim II
way. .--ali-s ot 100 bbl City Suih-, Cne at $ C5; SX)
Lis do p.t ., t4 bb.s C -un're Ext. at S5; -50 sks tto
at $2 5(; 10a s ;s t,ui try S p -ri.ae at $j 50, deliver
ed; it il -ks do at Si 40: nd titils t. o iui-v Double
..xtra at $
C0-! llein i;;d act ve a :d p- ivt'S advancing. Wi'h
Falea Cl "2S2 yksm-Xi I at 47c; 130 sks do nt 60c ; 110
e yellow ; t 4-.I, ;.0j; SjO sks do et 51.-: 405 sks mix
ed white jit 6-2c;10Sii s . Velio. p.t.' ttaskswhite at
i4c; 27fc sWs ch ice do at &tc; and 0 sks do at 57c.
OATS Pron .nd r'o i a:.d market firm, w.ih sales of
"4 sks at .2;;2.472 sks at L-2!i-.-; 1 5-"i7 sks. put Ue!iv-
ert-d at 03.-, and 150 sss dutnage I ut 23c.
BARLEY Sulo C 140 sks Sprine, at 73c, sks re
RYE S . les of JO sWs ut T!c . and SIS sks at Coe, in-
cludi ig Fa- ks. an I 157 sks ;.t 56--; t.0 sk-5 ;-t f Sc, .nd
HO sks at 59 :, su ks r. turt e 1. - .
PROVISIONS Market quiet, and no sales eport.!.
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Niirlit Sweats, Inward Fevers. Pain in the small of the
Back, Chest or Side, sudden flush ol Heat, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, lespoiidcucy,or
anv Nervous Disease. Sores or Itlotcnes on i:ioKin.aud
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Million of BotUcs
Have been sold .liirinp the last six month?, and in no
instance has it failed in Kiviii entire satiS:,u.tion. W ho
then, will sutler from Weakn.-ss or Debility w hen Mc
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r others conscious f.f inability, from whatever cause,
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jured themselves by improper indulgence, w ill Cud iu
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ening Cordial, and take nothing els.-. It is the only
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low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up in
Price onlv $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $3
" J. H. Mcl.EAN.
Sole Proprietor of this Cordi.il. Also, Mcla-au's Vol
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JOHN . F0TTE3, Publisher,
A'o. 617 Sanson it., Philadelphia, Pa.
TTERSCIIFXI. FENTON'S mode of accomplishing bis
J.1 Pupils in the usa of the t toux ana v..1-- -.
the ml imiwLsive and modern schools, lor J iso
gn-ssive excellence in imparuug a
Knowledge of the Art,
Reference mav be obtained fd" his numerous patrons of
this V as well as the musical jK-ople throughout the
Terms For instruction, Violin. ..
.. " Guitar...
. .$3 per moult)
..40 per sesskw
Addresses may be made at either of tho Music Surej
and at tbe St. Cloud Hotel. Applications attended with
the strictest and most immediate punctuality.
Room over the City Bank where ho may be fonn.t at
home. . .
ji. B. Pianos tuned to order. sepo-lm
P. . MAXEYitt CO.,
- NO. 40 MARKET STREEf,
Wliolesale antl Reta Uealera
Wroaglit and Tat Iroq Colt Stum,
AND every variety of healing stoves. Grates, Tia
plate, Cpper, Lror , Wire Zmc, Japaaed, pressed
and common Tinware, Braes Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jars. Copper bottoms, ke., 3. Are now in receipt or
a large and well assorted stock of every article usually
kept in their line of business, which they are deter
mined to sell low for cash or to punctual dealers.
Job work of erery kiud solicited and special alien,
i riven to it. We are also prepared to do Roof in
Gutter, tig, as., tnuh bet manner possible.
f. s-Vi 7
I tiT f . aSd" 'WANTED ? 1 V
i m 3? o r
; AND WHoI JCSALE
FOREIGN AND DO IVIES TIG LIQUORS.
Clsavs-." aoiiacco; ;a&c.r i Ti
Old 3iurfcon, Old Rye. Honcngahela. Irishland
auu Apptj iiiana.es; rort, juiai-na- muaga, buuagus ana caiawna w uxboi
, Scotch aaa Uuliand Gin, and all othr ha giada oi liquors that can be
found in the Western country.
Ut.RSKS. STUVK. I Rtd ICE, sc.. TAKEN IN EXCHANGE
Wila or Improved Lanu?. at Cash IVic.-s. where the tili.
of a pi.-ce 'M Lmd a bill of Liquors. Cigars, Tobi.c. 4c.,r su-h au ass-o; itui ut s be may seiwt, alour loweal
Cish Prices, and take our pay in ..ue-tliir J cash, and tw o thirds iu LaiKt. " ' ' - -
Parli.-s exchanging Iinds it Liqmcs, Ac, can have th.- total amount I tue tj.il an at one timv.or tuey can
close the trade with us. and order the gocis in huge it small quant it h-s, laid .-u!y tsy the one-third casli pay
ment on each order up to January, lbol. .r we will sxll at low Uiu.-s 1.4- a small prop.4 lion. Csh. and five louf
credit ou the balance. We garuaniee our stock to be as good as cn be foend m the Western country.
TUT. BAU.XCS liOCSK,
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
ISo. 43, Union Street,
FURNISHES Meats at all hours, day aud night, and
has extensive arrangements for regular supf.lv ot
tlame of every description. Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wines, and every other article tit luxury wl.HI. can
posfcibty be obtained ia Nashville. Tho house ts pro-
vided witn tne oest oi cooks, ana tue oest apparatus
for cik:iig. Eating Hall titled up in handsome, roiu
fo; table sty le. E.-p3-tf
t4,31 l-:'J KOPOUTAA"
f ski ?ftWWt vyTft
CORNER OrilAR AND CHERRT 8TKEKTS,
.alitille, - Tenncuee.
.1. uumu, Iro,vietor.
T HAVE ma le extensive arrangements for the r.veiv-
J- ng of all the del.-cacies of the coming season, of
r isu, t i.-sii auu .out; our Oysters wia be from the
most celebrated beds. Pickets and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross k Black w ell Hud
I-a A: Perrin, with a huge and well selected slock of
Excellent COOKS and ath-ntive Waiters, tho whole
under the suerin tendance of that well known Epicure,
On and alter the 15th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will fltid this arrangement to their
J6S- EEMKMllEK HIE metropolitax. -as
Tm ION RESTAURANT
Unio st., oip-siie State Hank.
'"r,AKE jil.iLSiire in informing the pnblK; that they
L have rei-eiitiy lilted up a hue
ErJiii and Drin king Saloon,
as above. Thev will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME, tiYsrERS, Flill, Aa-., iiC. They so
licit a shrae of uroiiag-. loud cooks and attentive
ScpUiJib-r IS, 19 and SO, 1SGO.
FIUST LAliC.E AND EXTENSIVE
Fall and Winter Goods
TEABUE & LUCUS,
On liberal i ei iiH, over One Hundred Thous
and l, Uars woith if Good, that
must be sold.
TTI E are now receiviuc and oia-ning a laive and well
YV seu.vled slock of Staple and Fancy
LA I UES DUESS GOODS,
SHOES, LOOTS AND BROGANS.
Negro extn siz.. Mud BooLi, and Fine Fur and Wool
Hats, Cloth Uaps, aud a large stock of Variety Goods,
Threads ol all kin Is, unit atikee Notions, Ac, Ac
A larire stock of fie v grade of Prints, Bleached aud
Brown Itomestics, Puid Lindseys prinKi and plain, all
wool lk-lj.in.-s and Cashmeres, color dd Mlks, tsimn
Silks. Ponlins. D.-bug.-s. French Merinos, loiglisli and
..eruian Merinos, Prmled American DeLaines.Ribbous,
TrimmiiiL-s. White Goods. Enibro.deries. I.acee: a large
sUK:k of w hite, yellow, red aud gray Flannels; Cloths-,
Cassiuieres. Stinnetts. Jans, Seal Skin aud Beaver
Cloths; Over Coalings; a large stock of ShirLs, bkirts,
Fronts. Shirt Collais, Susp. ulers, Gloves, lbwe and
hail" Hoseot every kind, 4c.
A large and well assorted stock t" suiierliue .
Consisting .4" fiver Coats. Business Coats, Cue Cloth
Frock and Dress Conts. Pants and Vests, Inder-sh.rts,
and Drawers. A full line id' Clothes now iu store, just
AI.L 160 cas.of Shoes, Boots and Brogans, Chil-
.1...,' j,v.w and sluva and Infant Shoes. Ill is stock
is unusually large, aud w til be sold under auyuooy a
prices iu this market. a
ALso, lrge stock of
v.K-et n.l ltmsscls ( anwtin.S ana - piyuau wou.
and all cottou CarK-tiug, Dutch an t Scotch Carpeting,
which will be ld cheap. -
Favs, Augers,' Gimblets, Poor Ijocks, Pad LocU, Black
ing lirusl.es, tJLrurKiug, eiuua o
-n-- ... ...L-niarlmlirn tlt W hV the
e uu. ...iMfi... " " - . -, . . , . r
est stork of every description ol noons m ue eT
Nashville, and we have to say is m w "
.. n.n iw the head Quarters for cash
and short time prompt buyers only. There is a Cash
- i ...m. T,m Trade that nurclutso their goods in
I . 1 . i... a . n!i .x-.'.t Tr.l.m.-l.lliii:p.
this city, ana we m . ,.
lv- and wo say to cash and prompt time buyers call
and examine our
LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK.
The extreme liar.laesa or times has thrown tou our
ho use a largo amount of Commission Goods, which w ill
1 nld rreardless of prices.
n.,- ir.,1.1 u a nr r.liauce for cash and prom id pay
n.,n-t,.HiL A liberal discouut wdl n allowed oa ail
time bills for cash. We would merely say tu men who
credit and narcashjut attend this
saio. Tho g.KKks mi.st be sold. Remmaber the days of
sale, September IS, 19 and 40.
s, pt8-td v a TRABTE k 1XC7
. KAucatlona! Xotlce. ,
MONDAY, RUT. 3RD, MRS- IP.WTX will oin a
Schtui for Girts in lha Bas.-tuent ot th Presbyte
rian Church, Edgelleld. Arrangements have been made
to give a full aud thorough Acadomic and Collegiate
The lAdy empUyed to teach Music caunvt fad to give
em ne satisfaction. ' ,
Mon. P. F. SANTKL, a native of France, and a gradu
ate of the Royal College of Algiers, will tear h 1 reach,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Mod. Bantel pre-a,-nis
the bent testiiaoniaui from many disunguajued
Jlr'." j. Meiga savs'of MonTSantel: '-ne has oeen
teaching my sou some time, and this practical trial of
him convince me that be deserve to be Uusted tm
plitilly as a Teacher of Frnch-" . - ' -
The regalia- Rates per Sesbioo of five months are $13,
f-ao aud 26. . ; ' : , ' "5
? ... EXTRAS. 4 . .
u.icii. m tl Pianu ....$25 00
Iatinaud Greek... (
, Modern Languages 000
. fjH. l.et aud NoedUMrork 00
ira- Pnuiia w ill be chare 4.1 tram the tltn of enui ing
kn Lne end of the Session. The bills will Ite payable at
Hhe middle of the Session.. . ; . . , aug2S-tfj
: II Ali ITS OF feOOU SOCIETY.
A Hand Boos 1 or Ir es - and Centiemen
; Thai is not, as might be inferred , a collect ot act
yorma,ceremoDiesfpolcu of etiquette, and, conven
Stonalistas. Writtea by a person well eaBversani
with the world , and , vitaal, a deap tninker , a aage
ireasoaer, aud a correct moralist. It will become a
jetaadard workoa Habit and Kacara,and wiU ind
la way lata every library. For tale by
joas york a oo., :.
No. 33 t'awa stiea
- H r " Si
rr e r s;
IiEAIJ RS IN
Feotk VHihky, CDgnac, French, Shstry, Peach
Or UIK C.lH.rS, or we will exchange for
- s are perfect. Cur terms will be to aeil the owner
C II. TVII'.SC i t.O.,
NO. 17 .MARKET STRiAT.ST. LOCIS, a3?OCTJ.
(jLijonccrt) .Salts .
Cliancerj ralrs. - -
Major Words' Farm for sale.
PI RSCANT to a decree of the Chancery Court , at .
Nashville, iu thecaso of Sarah 1. Wore rt- Mm.
-y bus and others, 1 will proceed to stil en- the primuses.
tm Tuesday. v:h iMrUer, 1M.O. tne tarm of lbu acres.
Ivinr ou the northern bank of the river (Cumberland.)
3 miles from the city, and known as tbe home-place ui
Vajor Work and bought ly bun of m. rybus.
l-kvs. :saie rree irom redeiuptoti, and on credit or
6, 12, Is aud 24 mouths, without interest purchaser ,
to give notes w UU approved secnritv and lien to be re
tained. J- E. C.LEAYES. C a M FJ
llatlam Real Estate far Sale. ,
IrRSCANT to a decree of the CUiuicery Coco-t at
. Nashville, in the case of Wm. Haslam, adnfr., tc,
rs. Catharine Haslam and others. 1 will tvoceed to well .-
on the premises, tm Wednesday, the lULh of October , ISoO,
au u.o neat oiate (.1 wu.cn tue. bate smuet Hf"lrn
died possessed; the same eisisluig of the Mill Lot, 2
l.ts on Warren street. 1 Lots on Belleville street. 1
Lot on JeHers-in street of 60 feet. 1 Iot of 300 fet oa
Jefferson street, in McGavock's Addition, 1 Lot in
Ualsl. .V u. liil.-siae s addition. No. 90. The MtU trill be
sold to be renuired by purchaser.
iKkas. 1, 2 and 3 years credit with interest; rood
personal seem il required and lien retained. '
Scpt4-tds J. E. GLEA E, C. Ill
Zaniel Yfuny Farmtf:r Sale. .
IJCRSCANT to a decree of the Cnancerr Court at
Nashville, in the easeofll.T. Wilkinson, Exr.. ex. "
of Daniel Young, dee'd. rc. Ellen Young and the other
heirs and creditors (4 said Daniel onng, I will proceed
to sell ou the premises, ot Friday, OcUitcr 12r, 1S6J,
that line Farm of tho laf ltniel Young, situated 4.
miles from this city, on While's Oeek, coutainuig 60S '
acres, and w ith ex.i-ileut improvements of every kiud '
Ikkms. Credit of 8, IS and 24 months, with- Ir.Ur- -
est. Note w ith givt seem llv reouired and ravable .a
Bank, and lien retained. ...
s.-e i.hii.1 -bels J. E. GI.FtTTS. CIVS
29 Xejroet of the Or. SheUyy Estate. C
i) I'RSCANT to a d.-creo of the Chancery Court at j
Nashville, iu the case of Barrow and Lmm-lev.-
A linr's. , of the U.te Dr. John Shelbv. dee'd.. rt. M-irU
G. Shelhy and Hhrs, I will sell at public Rale at toe
Court house, in Nashville, an Saturday, October 20. A,
lw. Lii v. belonging to the entule or Dr. ueiriy
T..rfM.-L 6 and 12 months' credit.' with interest,
purch;-rs to give their notes with two approved Secu
rities aad payable in Bank. Sale absolute and without
At Hi..- family residence, in Elgefl.-IJ, on Fridav, the
lftA Uct.tber. IsoO. I will sell all the Furniture and other
unsold p.-i soikl prop.-rty, of every description, to tbe
highi-st bidders. MX tuoutlis' vn-dit with interest,
H..U-S to Ik.- uyab!e m limk and to be well secured ex
-pt w hen lie- pnr. liaser amounts to less than $100, ia
w hich cuse tin- c:.sh will be- required.
bept4-tds , J. F GLEAYES, C. M.
,SXegrorsf. the Mark Ycvng tstaiej or tall. - i -i
Pi'RSTANT to a decree tf tho Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu the rase of James II. and Jacob 'ioung,
Aduir's of Mark Young, dec'.l., r. FJizal-th Young and
oth.-rs, I wnl sell at tl.e Court bonse, in Nashviiie, tm
SUurday, (A-f.Aer 20f , 1800. tbe f.tilowiug Slaves to
wn: Susan, laniiv and reward.
TtaLs 6 mouths' credit wuhout in ter-Et, coins py-,
able in Bank, and m ith good person:.! --n;rny rejnired
septt-tds - -J. E. GLKAVESS, U. t Mj - . i.
KIUilT3S ! ,
Ai anerient and stomachic preparation f
LU0N purified of Oxygen and Carbon by eom
bustion in Hydrogen, of high medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each, of tht
following complaints, viz.:
TJEBTXITY, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, E3A.
CTATION, DYSPEPSIA, DlARRHEA, C0NSTT-
P4.TIOI4. CJiOi ULA, BAA.T jLH-g-um, pou.pt x,
jaundice, lives complaints ehetjma.
tism. kercubial consequences, ikte3.
MITTEirr FEVERS, NEUKALU1A, qJiltUrtlU
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS, JOS-
MENSTB.UATI0M. WHJ-XJiS, CJrUAlllusia, etc.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, E0UG1LNESS OS
THE SKIN, ets. - -
The IRON beintr absorbed by the blood, ana
tbn eirenlatinsr throueh the whole srstem, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
iul influence. - '.
Tho experience of t housanas oauy proves mat
nrn-nm-itinii of Iron can for a moment ba
compared wittt it. Impurities of tie blood, de
pression of vital energy, paie ana oenerwiso
sickly complexions indicate, its necessity in al
most every conceivable ease. In all cases of
female debility (fluor albus, chlorosis, etc.), its
effects are delightfully renovating. Na remedy
has ever been discovered, in tne wnoie History
of msdicino. which exerts such prompt, happy.
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, cota-,
pleta digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witi an unusual Gispos-.uou iur wuo
cherful exercise, Immediately follow iu use.
As a grand stomachic and general resvorauv
it has no superior and no substitute.
rnt .n m-at flat metal boxes eontali J'
i SO? -.e uoun boxes. S4 OO. For ale by
Lvset. Kcnerally. Will be sent free
any .ddrrHOii receipt or the prtee- Al
rtc sKa-uia b. uldrsed to
K. B. LOCKE & CO., 1
339 DUOADWAT, tt V.
Tie-above. la a Cae-alssOlo ef :tb
label on rarh box.
Suprious American . Watches.
We ai e credibly informed that sotae of (be JewcUr
of Nashville are setluig counterfeit a ad imitLksi Amer
ican Watches, for the geouine article, manufactured at
It is hardly ntvessary tostatelhat snch Watches are
perfectly worthless as time keepers; and whea bought
for genuine are calculated to injure the high reputation
which our watches have attained. . We therefor cau
tion the public afHit feuyic oar watches- fewa aajt-
person who cannot furnish a certificate of geauUees
for ever watch offered for sale, bearing the number of
the watch and tbe signature ot the Tfvssvjter 1 1
Company, R- F- Bobbins. We ah beg to htform thos
who deal in tho spurious article, that hgarproceedlnej
will be instituted agaiust them, upon any well authea
ticated instance of their selling a counterfeit or colora
ble invitation of any of our products after this notice Q
For the American Watch Co,
RCB3IN3 & APPLETON, Agents,
, ug 20dA:wlm. ' :1S2 BroadwayfNew York. 3
Tcuucsscc & Alabama UaHrcad.
OS and after MONDAY' SEPTEMBER 10th, lt3, the
U.uing Tram, going Sooth, wul leave JiaahriUs
at :14 A. M-, msteadoft 14. -
Through Ticket girea la Pecatur, GraaJ JuncUoo,
and MeuitOiis. Only seven miles Staging
The time from Nashville to Decatur, Grand IJunc
tki.aud Momphis wtillbel bouraadli rnintHe
than by any ofier route. , ,
R..I Jnu. the Trata from "f t u
and Decatur, will arrive at NatdtviUa at 4P..M., one
hour oaaer i ban by any """ PERKINS,
The Evening Train will leave at ;
heretotor. - - -.
F xtra Fine Corn Meal.
la it market-: C , P"- loiwg street.
Juml-tf ..r. j -.
Fii.U IT JAHS.
it T.aa At aaUhv
OTONS CO -s rrw. - ,
RAINS, EBOWV CO
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