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OF -TENNESSEE. '
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I OR TBE ETATE AT LARGE.
HAlf-IB PEYTOX of Sumner.
X. O. TAVLOB, of Carter.
FOR Tar FISTEICTS.
1. J. . DEADERICK. of Washington.
2. O. P. TEMPLE, ot Knox.
3 ALFEED CALDWELL, of McMioa.
4. S. S. STANTON, ol Smith.
5 E. I. G" iLLADAY. of Wileon.
S tt i K. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln.
7 JOi NC. BROWN, of Giles.
8 JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
9 A; V1N HAWKINS, of Carroll.
JO. L. B. NABOBS, ol Shelby.
Central Executive Committee.
Edwi II. Ewinq, Neill S. Brows, Allen
A. Hall. I. W. Maxet, John Leixtktt,
John H. Callexdeb, Horace II. Harkuox
riAlC tDAY MORNING. SEPT. Z9, 1S6U
. Wholesome from Alabama.
The indications are that onr cod tinned and
searching exposure! of the plans and aims ot
the Southern di?unionil, are having a
wholesome r fiecf. These gentlemen arc le
ginning to find that thoy cannot frtand in the
presence of tb popular masses, and proclaim
with impunity tLeir detdrea and purposes.
SoiD)? that the people will etand by their
co fry. these -Wader are dlging behind
r.-. - c -. p eucbtog the Con
it .... u ... j. it.- (.quality, to cover op the
u .- oa- i.cloxauou& they hare heretofore
uiouc nJ ;o bLiclJ them from the just odium,
which attache to r? en the slightest move
ment toward organized Ireason. We have
mad frequent reference to the Montgomery
(Ala.) Mad in this connection ; for the Mm
lI.i rcaort that its editor was a member of
the "Leagu'.-, and we considered Lim, there"
lore, as authority. lie wan, however, a re
cent convert, and, perhaps, in the bej-iiininjr,
zl outran his discretion. In the begin
u i.g uerefore, we were chary of our quota
tion.- Ir-.ni the Mid. But latterly, judging
iron the contents of its own columns and the
genial utleutiou paid it by the Breckinridge
press generally, we referred to it on the 21st
inst, as "about to tak precedence of nil
other dluuiKi rrgans in tb State f Al:t
Uma," and procecuW : '-The Mail gives us
f-eatentiuus alvicc bow toCbsolve the I'uion.
It tells ns to ruu three cat-tlitlatca in o--.ut-tion
to the Republicans, ainl that will insure
Ijocoln's election, and that will insure dis
solution. It tells as to provide for the con
Tjueoces by refusing to pay our deb s to
Northern people keep oar money at norm
ik1 bring on money panics and financial cii
among our enemies, and ihn w ,i.
have them iu such a flutter of f-ar ti.t) c
Vhtreupoii, the Mail flies int- a p ifi..u. s.
towering ptu-sTon. It says that it is ui.m p
resented in Tenn"see tha.t what we said "
utterly ucjustilied by anything published iu
the Mail, and in direct antagonism with tlie
sentiments of tho,-? who condnct it" that
"the Patkiot docs it the grossest injustice,
and its coneciouueos of the fact is cbown by
iu failure to publish such of our articles us it
claims warrant iu conclusion" and con
cludes by begging its "friends of the Breck
inridge pra. in Tpnnoesce, trt reuublifb its
denial of tbe false and nn warranted charges
of the Nashville Patktot.'" Oue of tliein in
this city barf done fo : but we will not lg it
to republith this. We prcf..r to b-ave tbat to
its own sense ot justice.
Now, the matter about which the Mail is
so 'r 't d is that we said it gives us advice
b- tlUlve the Union and that it tells
us.- or .vid for the consequences by refus
ing to pay our debts to Northern people.
This is what it calls 'false and unwarranted."
Here aie such of its articles as we olnim war
rant our conclusions:
From the Jl.iil, An-. l"0. Inint
Tu. Patriot asks us if we were not a nieni-b-
r . t tne Southern League, and if that did
iiot prevent us from supporting Mr. Bell? We
(the senior editor who write) were a member
of the League. That membership Iii not
prevent us from supporting ony insn of our
party, or or ny other, if we Ix-livcd bitn wil
linjr to sustain the constitutional lights of the
The editor was a tuernVr ol ILe ltigue.
What was the object ol tin; League? Mr
-No National party cau save us; no st-e-tional
party can do it. But if we could do
.ir fathers did, orgnniz Committees of
- - ft-- t . n S'.neg (and i is
- l.. pe lor any eff ct
" ' .-aa;i nrc the Southern
. ' ..i i;.e Southern miud jj'v'
i-'.ui t :- m:cii other, and and at this proper
MOji - . BT ON OKISANIZED, 'OWKBTKIt AC
TI . Wi CAN PKECirtTATE THE CoTroX STATM
IMO A REVOLUTION-.
'The idea has been shadowed forth in the
South by Mr. Iiuffin lias been taken up and
recommended ia tho Adverlisr," tinder tbe
mute of 'League of United Southerners, ho,
keeping up their old party relations on all
other questions, will hold the Southern issue
paramount, and will influence parties, legis
lutnres and statesmen. I have no time toi-n-"";
but suggest merely.
a is what we claim warrants our con
c: a that the Mad is a disunion organ; and
i: as good a warrant as wms inces-ary.
We had already published it. "
(Trom the ifai!. July 5. 160.1
The Wit to Dsolvk the Union Ur
three Presidential tickets aoainst Lix-
l OI.N. THEBEBT iIlNU LlXXLX THE PKST
tr.'E for elctiox. After Lincoln is rivet
ed, some Southern communities most of
them, perhaps will refu te to let a postmas
ter appointed under bis administration take
possesion of tne office. Then the Uoited
Sta'-cs authorities will le interposed to iu
force the law.' Then the United State au
thorities will either be shot down or tbey will
hoot somebody down. Then the people ot
the community will rise up agiat th- Uni
ted Suts Government, and will be Kustutnd
by neighboring communities, until civil wr,
with all its horrible butcheries, euvelop tbe
land in a shroud of bloo.i and cam g !
Yes, If yoo wish to briug mi- dnhtiol
state of aflairj about, run three lick if in Hie
Sooth againt Lincoln. If you d n't. then
ran bat one ticket, and let that lick-t be not
only the strongest, but alsu in favor of South
ern equality in the Union, nneonivocullv ex
pressed. That ticket is Ereckiaridge and
Lane. , .
There's the "sententious advice." We have
not pnblished it before, but it has been cop
ied hlo an hundred papers, perhaps, among
whieh is the "National Intelligencer,' to
show that such was considered a feasible plan
for bringing about a dissolution of the Union,
by those who were sympatbtxing with the aen
timents of the Slaughter letter, and belonged
to the League, which 'that letter recommend
ed. The Mail hts er before excepted to
tuat u of it. Ti ijaidioua qualification
contained in the Utter paragraph docs not.
in our eeiim ttion, mar the fulness and direct,
ne-- of Lie lortner part ef tha article. Its ti
tie shows with what animus it was wrilten
F rom the MU, S -pt. 17, lsdO.
IsDEBrfcD.vEss to the Nortii If the
North ekxt Lincoln, as it may possibly do,
tbe merchants of that latitude mnst wait for
their Southern debts, until another and bet
t r crop puts our people in fix to pay. -
W- rtgtrd it now as a fixed fact, that if
L.iico.a succeed, South Carolina, Florida,
Alabama, Mississippi and Texas illgofct
at ouee; and that the other cotton States-
indeed the ct eater part of the Sooth w jt
promptly follow. ' . ' "
Jut m repect to tne hmj oia "j o
mercbanu to the North. The North nan .
walir it will be paid eventually, but tfc-y tu
tpoit tmiS ell Vie rrenda tf our Tiew tonthli
tludl hate been provided for MnH tee an arm'
aad fortified -until good crops bring ostnM
p. caeia. We are for paying them every c ui
that tbe South owes tbem, bat ta tne oo, ;
gi ucy contemplated the Sooth wlU owe !
ties to itself, which it canno neglect. 1 - i
the event indicated, oar mftJhante mart ha v.
an extension of cmuU & iM$t.
Such is oar wsrant for saying the 2i'
tells as to provide for th eonssqnenccs 1J
refusing to pay oar debts to Northern peopT
Not only for our own justification from a ma
lignant ebullition of feeling towards th
Patriot, and from a false and unwarranted
attack upon onr veracity on the part of lim
Mail; bat also to acquaint the people of tb
progress of the scheme to distupt the Union,
we submit the foregoiu" to the judgment of
our readers. "- " ' "
We take the restlcswiess of the Mail on tho
subject as a cheering and significant omen,
that the masses of tho Alabama people aro
setting their faces against those who would,
by one organized, concerted action, precipi
tate them into a revolution? If we have
succeeded in producing that result, or aiding
in the least, in producing (Lat result, we are
more than compensated for the little annoy
anee of uch attacks as those of the peevish
MatL If it really desites to extricate itself
from the unenviable category iu which it has
voluntarily placed itself, we will extend our
hand to help it out. Siy yjii are for the
Union, on the basis of th Constitution and
the Enforcement rf the Laws; disclaim the
League; retract "the way to dissolve the
Union. and withdraw the notification to
honest peoplo not to p.y their honest debts
and we will proclaim it at the head t-f our
Hon. .tndrew JJofcuaan and John
Ia his speech on Broad Street Thun-day
night, lion- Axdrew Jousnvx made the mot
vindictive aud malignant assault on Mr. Bell
tbat baa been made during this bea'ed, and
rather intemperate on the part of the Breckinridge-Yancey
ites, canvass. We d not propose
to enumerate and brand at this tint" all the
unfounded and malicious statement he made,
bnt select one as a sample and fix upon it
marks which will nam the i'ople against
th shnle lot.. He charged that Mr. Bell
was elected to the Senate in lt7. through
democratic aid, because be pledged himself to
sustain the administration of President
Polk, and that be fal.-ilicd his pledge. Tus
whole statement is untrue. Mr. LfLt. was
elected to the Senate in 1S47, without demo
cratic aid, the vole which electid him tvmg
ctt bv whizs alone. The following I a lit
of the members who voted fir Mr. Bell :
Senators. VIrj-s. Bralbury. itrauher, IK-tskcul.
H-nrv. Kvle. McKoiu. M'-is. MuirbeaJ. KH.-barl!nii.
Uoadi. Iburnbunt Tvkir and speaker Audeiauu.
KcpusnrtATivibt Messrs. All-n, AuUersou. Uarreti.
Beubam. iiouil. tira-lii-T. Burrus. t'alJwctl, Cru-i.-, ot
AaUersoa. tavfe. tHigao, Kiij.pm. KurTon, tiixlria,
liwdtjmau. llcnanck. H.-rrou. Kwiavr. UcOilla. Mo
Duitd. ot (ire;ue, iicGUity, iliujfcivc, Miutieil, Aor-
mao, Urme, Parker, lxpiier, Kaokiu. Koberlaou, Lo
wers, uf Hiywooa, KOjcnt, ot iiii'-,rimnuju. miin.
of Wilson, Vrreu, V Ir.iesido. Willwnw. ! fa-t-.T.
tVisoucr, and npcaVtr Bucbauau.
Tbus, Mr. Bell was elected, not by the nid
. . ' ' -. r . 1
; U- mocrats oui in spue. u mem. ami fexer-
bigs hIso who voted against Lim,
rqu illy uutrue is the imputation that Mr.
J..U, pledged himself to sttppott the ad rain -nation
ot Mr. Pule. Had lie made such a
pledge hs could not have received the largo
number of whig Totes that were cast fur him.
Had he done so, the whig friend of o!her as
pirants to the Seaator-hip would have de
nouned him ns nntrne to his party. Had he
done so. the democracy would have proclaim
ed the fact to the world and regarded his dec
'ion as a triumph. But nothing of the .-ort was
done. The election of a Middle Teiiue-ee-au
was censured by wbigs i u E tst Tennessee
but no one impeached the great talents aud
party fidelity of Mr. -Bell. Tbe organ of the
democracy, the XaAbvitle I'uion, after the
election Ftatcd what it understood hi posi
tion to be, in an article which we sulioin lf
there had been any reason to suspect Mr.
Bell of tbe pledge charged by Gov. Johnson
the Union would have made haste io an
nounce it The I'nion's atlicle is alone sufiicent
proof of the groundlessness of the charge:
From tbis Nashville I'uiou, lK;c. "Jd, 1847.
V. S. Senator "Ir. Itell'a Ioiittoii.
In announcing the election of Mr. Bell to
the United Stales Senate, we took occasion
to refer to the general solicitude which per
vaded the public to know his opinions on tbe
new and important issues growing out or the
war. We bad expected Irom him a devel
opment of bis opinions upon tendering his
resignation as a member of the House of Rep
resentatives; but in consequence ol ins se
rious indisposinn he was prevented from ma
king the development wbicn was so general
ly desired and expected. As no opportunity
may lie furnished for some lime for any pub
lic expression iy air. iieii,we. tieetn it evensa
ble in ns to relcr to tits position, as lie is un
derstood to have defined it in free ami frank
conversation, both before and, altct; hi elect
ion. In making this reference, we are not
assuming to speak tor Mr. Bull or on. Ids au
thority, but we shall merely state the corn
mon impression, made upon the public wind.
It is understood tnat l lie late spct-clt and
resolution- of Mr. Clay, so far as they favor
tie Mea ol fixing a bouud.iry to Texas with
out n Kurd to iudk-mniiy for past injuries and
tbe expenses of tbe war, meet with Mr. BellV
d. cid--d opposition, tbat ho on the contrary.
maiutaius tbe propriety and importance ot
holding possession ot so much ot the conquer
ed territory, embracing New Mexico and
L ppcr Calf forma, as will constitute ample
indemnity, and that a treaty of peace, secu
ring such indemnitv, would receive his cor
dial support. The only embarrassment which
conld be thrown in his way as it is under
stood, roiijht arise Irom adoption by Congress
ol the II tittiU I'rwuo. In that event, we are
not -ble to say what course Mr. Bell is un
derstood to have determined upon. He is
confidently said to be in favor ot territorial
indemnitv; but we have not understood
whether be would be willing io take the in
demnity incumbered with a prohibition
e state these as the inipr-ssions prevail
ing here as to Mr. Jelrs position; but we re
peat they are irot authoritative, and it thev
are incorrect we shall promptly correct tbetu
I . I . ; , . i i ,
wuenever me proper eviucnce is iuriiisu"u.
Letter from Hoi), J. Morrtaon Harris,
. UuicH and American, yonr attention, it you
please, tor a few moments to the following :
Tbi Tb ml t Vrtr tVoaos. Tho Ici-Jers of tho On.
p ;uo.. iti jt-.rr-an aie. for be uior-t part, meu of
per. r J .djrmeut a d supctor firmness, lber art?
t nuina . poMiS t .e destructive ikiIU-v oo xvhrch
Ute country baa hit-'ly uUeo, and ia tbesr not loo have
uo hereDi la view tbaa toaC tn-y pou'V proiesa
on - aaocDg tho tn .ny deci-irr pruotit ot lb a superior
PoKitOu ol theirs aupear in I . remarks ol Hon. J
orria U rris ax a Bell and Kvercnl meeting at
Eruuawick, Jcw Jorsey, n Wisiueiviiy fcti. ite
' Wi.en Abraham Llocoln is tlivtnd, wlutt prantioal
taicg n s ua to uo id cooueciiou aiiuKiaveryr i i-
lave tbe tli st act of I ts adminrstnCion will be torn; -
ti naiizo tbe furtr Ita will eadean-r to atrroctheu
it at .b- niulb aud make il acetrp.atile there. la Uwre
a Kl-publn an tlut oul i vote fur biiu U be did not be-
Itere baw xild tuakehi8attuiDi--tralioaa uati mal oi?
Wbr. then, vounnt niAts it tba ti-rty ot' tbe roun-
trv bir-fora tha electiou? I liaru uo fears or tba 11
poblK-aa party. I liava Biioghvl in Congress for year 4
witli I'epuiilii-inv. and I bave not uwrj tbe lirst nuo
of tliein say that tbey were goiiig to interiPi e with tb
Institution of slavery." -
Morton McMichael, sqn editor ot tbe Phila
delphia North American and U.S. Gazette:
Dear Sir The extract I enclose, from
your journal of the 21st. instant, has been
forwarded to me from Philadelphia, with a
request to know how far it correctly states
what I said at tbe New Brunswick aiceting.
I am sure that our long acquaintance, as well
as your own sense of fairness,' . will give me
the opportunity of saying iu yonr columns a
few words in connection with this matter. I
never write oat, memorize, or otherwise pre
pare speeches, than by reflecting beforehand
upon tbe topics upon which I desire to speak,
and I am not, therefore, able to recall the
precise laBjuagcJof a speech. I am at no
loss, however, ia recalling the views present
ed or tbe line of argument employed. To
retnarks made by mo at tbe New Brunswick
meeting were in part addressed to such
hearers as were member ot tho Repub.
lican organization, and who, I assumed, were
-men , from an . honest antagonism- to
tha institution of slavery. My argument to
jach was. tbat the plea of the Eepublity.'n
party, tbat its main purpose was to pnrrent
the extension ot slavery into territory cf tne
United States now free, was a wea gjj fa
tile one, becanse I insisted thre :49 no BUCQ
territory into which the institar,oa coui
or be maintained, regulated rt iu roread and
existence M a profitable institution was by
thela-S j of climate and production, which
w'.e superior to the inluences by which pol-
iticiaua buu -iuu-i mignt sees to control
It; that the leader of the Republican party
I had met ia Congress had generally insisted
vxiueoa ucj aia not aream of toachmg
the rights ot Southern men In connection
with the institution in the States, and I did
insist, loereiore, that, there being no need for
a - . a an m
int.erreu.ion ia tne i ern tones, and no par-
poee oi luiarmiioa ia tne otates, tue tie
publican party presented a false issue to the
conservative and conscientious mind of the
North, in its agitation of this question. -1 ar
gued, also, that if the party obtained power
in be coming struggle, it mast either make
its present professions practical, by an attack
upon slavery in tbe States which intention
was vehemently deuied by its leaders or
tbat it must falsify its position before the
f eople of tbe North, by endeavoring to na
tionalize itself by such formation of its ad
ministration and conduct of iLs affairs as
wonld pacify th-Soutb. Regarding, as I did,
tbe agitation or tne slavery question as lar
too much the stalking horse of politicians in
loth sections, who desire to ride irto power
upon it, and having heard of cases in which
men had, after reaching power, kicked from
under them the ladder by which they had as
cended, I expressed tbe opinion tbat Mr. Lin
coln would endeavor "to nationalize his ad
ministration" if ho was ' elected, and I
demanded to know if there was a Republican
present who whs willing to vote for him if he
thought that his administration was to wage
war upon the rights ot tbe South?
Upon such views I based what I consider a
fair appeal to uortbern men, who were con
scientious npou this negro question, or con
servative, or both, to como out ot au organi
zation that ougbt to be national now, if it
was likely to attempt such a character then,
and help us to allay the feverish excitemcut
of the country, to break down the sectional
auiinosity now tending to danger and dh-
nmon. by eusiaituug lueLnton movement
which strove to heal tbis gasping wound, and
restore tbe peace ot tbe couutry and the sta
bili ty of then-public. - -
1 hardly said 1 bad no fear of the Repnblican
parts; for u-UIlo I atu oot accustomed to in
dulge in that violence ot denunciation against
it thai eouie of my nootheru friends adopt, 1
cannot be blind lo i bo experience of the last
few years, nor can I fail to see that the further
agitation of the question of slavery ol wlucU
tbe Rtpublican party claims to be the apos
tle,: honr by hour weakening the bond ot na?
tional union and making more emminent the
pet its tbat threaten us. Thera is one sense in
which i certainly am not aa a southern man
"afraid of ibe Repnblican party." tor if mad
ness should rule the hour and overt acts
should . be committed assailing directly the
rights of the south. 1 du not eutrrtain tbe
b-a-t doubt of her ability promptly to defend
lhe rights, and 1 believe that tbe south
would tind thousands of sturdy champions
in the Nxly of tho northern people them
selves. The extract from your paper closes thus:
l have mingled in Congress for years with
Republicans, and I have never heard ih first
man of them say they were going to interfere
with the institution of slavery."'.
I need hardly suggest to you. who arc
aware that tbis is my third consecutive Con
gress, and know how much incendiary and
violent talk uj on this question I Uavo been
compelled lo listen to in tbe llousoof Repre
sentatives, how utterly absurd it is to charge
me with such an utterauce; but as 1 know
you have bcc.i lon associated with the bar.
I a-k you to recall, in connection with the
whole extract you quote, the familiar maxim
of the profession, " wrong in oue, wroug in
More proliably, I said I had not heard these
Republican gentlemen threaten to interfere
with tbe Union, for that but does tUern justice.
1 spoke more than an hour at New Bruns
wick, and if any full report was taken of the
sper ch of which I am not aware yon would
oblige me by publishing the whole of it, that
1 may bo seen in whole, and not iu frag
ments; and as I was reported word for word,
at the subsequent meeting at Jersey City,
and, as you perfectly well know, I am not
likely to have said one thing at one meeting,
aud its reverse at the other, I bc to enclose
you a copy of the speech at Jersey City, the
publication ot which, in your columns, I will
esteem as evidence of your wish that the un
important views I entertain upon the ques
tious now agitating tbe country may be pre
sented to your readers in that continuity aud
completeness ot report by which aloue justice
is done to a public speaker.
Respectfully, yonr friend and servant,
J. Moriusox IlAUItlS.
Ulaeuaslou at Way neaboro'.
WaTNEsuoko', Sept. 2G, 18C0.
EoiTons ok Patriot: There was a very
rich discussion iu the Court House Inst night.
between Mr. Skeffingtou, of Lexington, and
Davis, of Lawrenceburg, both lawyers of
very decided ability. In one hour and: a
quarter Mr. Skeffiugton showed, in tho- most
conclusive manner, tbat the only hope of the
country was in thi election of Je5 and Ever
ett. And while he did this, he portrayed, in
its true character, the present administration
its broken pledges its bad faith to friends,
its corrupt expenditure of the public treas
ure, Ve. Mr..Skefn.ngton has always been a
Democrat and is familiar with tbe doctrines
and usages ot the parly, having, in l&SG, ad
vocated, with grat ability, the claims of
Buelianan. Then, Le says, popular sovereign
ly wrt.-i the. u-ntciH-ont, and the true test of
party fealty iu Tennessee and elsewhere.
That the letters ol acceptance of Buchanan
and Breckinridge in 1S5G, was everywhere
construed to contain that doctrine, nnd that
the Douglas party in now the only represen
tative ot the true faith. His review of the
causes which led to the rupture of the Demo
cratic party was marked by great ability,
earnestness and power, and must have con
vince I every unprejudiced mind that Execn
tive malignity to S. A. Douglas, and a desirc
of Southern fire-eaters to break up this gov
ernment, were the true causes of the rupture,
and tbat the protective plank is a sham pretext
lo accomplish tbis nefarious, end.
He characterized, in becoming terms, those
speakers and presses that indulge in indis
criminate abuse of Bell and Everett, and his
eulogy of those great men would give the
speaker character for eloquence, style and
candor before any audience in America. The
peech throughout was able, eloquent and
djguihed, and I sincerely wish it could be re
peated in every couuty in Tennessee.
Mr. Davis, although a man of ability, did
not answer one point made by .Mr. Skeffing
tou, and for no otliT reason than the utter
impossibility of making a defense to a cause
so palpable. He contented himself with
praising Breckinridge, nnd going into exta-
cies over glorious old Jo. Lane, the Marion
of tbe Mexican war. From the tone and
mauner of the speaker, as well as hid appa
rent familiarity with Scripture, ho conld win
more souls in another branch of his varied
occupations. But to his credit lie it said, he
did not abuse Bell, but conceded that he was
a great and good man, a statesman and a
patriot, aud the'only objection urged to him
was, that he had never shed any blood for
his country, aud was not a Democrat. Davis
ought to have thought of that while support
ing Buchanan. - -
Skeffington's rejoinder was even better, if
possible, than bii leading speech. In wit,
hamor, elegance of style and manner it was
equal to any effort I ever itnesscd. He de
molished every point of Davis speech in fif
teen minutes, and made that clerical gentle
man wish he was at home supporting the
Union ticket, if Lis countenance is any index
to bis heart. Indeed, so discomfitted was he,
that he could not rejoin. , , .
Everybody is load in praise of the effort of
Mr. Skeffington, and be is destined to make
his mark, not ouly in this canvass, bnt in tbe
future history of this country, for be is a man
of the first order of tenias, and thoroughly
informed on all the great questions at issue
before the country. -
j. Every Indication is cheering here for a
complete route of the bou of Yaoceites ' '
. : "'rom the S. Y. Express, cept. 25. '
K i'MO. PERFCTED.
PXa THE U ELL! ROLL OX THE BALL!
NEW TOKK -ERTAlX, SOW, FOB THE AXTI-REPCB-
LICAN TICKET. ' ' .
It affords ns great pleasure' to announce to
day that the Committee of Fifteen appointed
by the great Union meeting, at , the Coopers
insulate, have discharged the important da.
ty devolving npon them, in Mich a manner
to realize the expectations of the Putlic
and to entitle them to the heartiest thanks of
their fellow men. The Bell-and-Donglas
Electoral Ticket, after careful and deliber
ate couj-ultation, has been re-constrncted, so
as to give as full and fair expression as possi
ble, to the wUhes of the friends of Mr. Breck
ioridgc. We have every reason to believe
that the action of the Fifteen in that as in
other respects, will receive the cordial ap
proval of every . true Union mau, that may
hare been standing aloof hitherto under that
organization. There is another consideration,
The ticket as now presented, independently
of the National sentiment, which is its ground
work, has this advantage over others : it is.
in good degree, the work of the people them
selves, without intermediate manipulation of.
or interference from the politicians. Ilenco
it is not a machine-made ticket but the di
rect offspring of th people's will, that de
clared itself, in mass convention ui the Coop
er Institute, on the 17th of September,
Douglas men. Bell men BretK Mridge men
men of all parties, indeed, save Sectional Re
publicans joining in tbe Declaration. Now,
if ever the Volce.of th; People, could be tho
voice -of God, itfceen.s lo us.it was the
voice which found utterance there, and tht
voice which now, in obedience to tbat iter
ance, recommends to -all the t 'tiz-.-ns f tbe
Slate of New York.-'who arc , x-ed i the
election of Lincoln and Hamlin, aud "w ho
are in favor of preserving the Union M these
'States, apoa the basis of the Constitution,'
a hearty ttnti cordial rapport of the Ticket
now "wjTwnitted (as officially printis c-lsc-
wbwre,) lo their consideration.
The good work of bringing the peoplo to
gether, then, having thns been happily nc
enniplihcd. nothing now remains to lie done
but to go on jiet fecting the minor details f
organization, throughout the St:tte. The time
m short . There is no time to ltcJost. But
little liiore than forty days intervene between
now anl election. Let every man, therefore,
go lo work. There are somo 2ark places
here and there, in t'je State,, which only need
a little light to drive trout them the pestilent
vapors of Republicanism and that light can
only lie diffused by a systematic circulation
of Union documents, keeping pace with p -r-seveiing
exertions on the part ot the liest
speakers we can bring into the liel'L The
Republicans, it ought not lo be lorgoAien.&re
vigilant, industrious, and spending like wa
ter, tbe money stolen from our tax payers
last winter, not only to baud over tbe Slate
to their sectional Presidential candidate, but
to retain tne .tionny power to plunder ua
over and over again, next winter.
Fellow-citizens! Frio.ds of the Union and
the Constitution! With 1'atriotlsm for your
motto, and not Pitx-nEK with Pkixciple to
uphold, and noX Mex merely, let us com tip
to the work ltteforc us, hand in hand, and
shoulder to shoulder. Now is the day, nod
now la the hour. The contest, you neel not
be reminded, is not ' an ordinary one. Mo
mentous events hang upon ft. A country
saved or a country lost, is the issue. We have
never doubted that, with the opposition to
Lincoln united, we could beat bint in New
York; but let ns endeavor to show our Union
friends elsewhere, that we can do something
more than barely beat him. The thing can
be done by nrrv thocsand majority just as
well as by five thousand, if the combination
now perfected, is but Lacked up as it ought
to be and as we are-sura it will be by de
tcrmiualioD, energy, perseverance and patri
otism. A -lttlcaI Calttiunv.
We bad occasion at tbe opening of the
pending Presidential contest toremivfcou the
moderation and candor which seemed to
characterize the political discussions of the
day, as compared with those of some former
periods in onr civil history. We regret to
notice, however, that there are lamentable
exceptions to the generality cf tbis state
ment, and none perhaps more worthy of rep
rehension than the subjoined calumny, in
tended to damage the cause of the Constitu
tional Union party at the South, and at the
same time reflecting injuriously on tb cou
duct'oi the Executive Committee of that
party, located in this city. The 6laader lo
which we allude appeared originally in the
letter of a correspondent oi the Marion (Ala.)
Goinmonteealth, and is to this effeet :
"The National Bell Executive Committee
at Washington have recently prepared and
published auotber 'Record Mr. Hell,' an en
tirely different document intend d only for
Nortberu circulation and it is onlu stnL out
to the citizen of th tfurht and intended only
for A'ortturn eyes. Bell is made out. bv ex
"" noiu ii o rijrWues, oy uts votes iu con
gress, and by bu. litters. Ac. to be opposed
to slavery and. opposed to its protection in
tbe common Tsrritories. All tbis. aud ior.
is proven by tbe record of hU 'Congressional
career the whole object of the pamphlet be-
in. " r.nc. f - 1..II . 1 I
i'w jcii bu auii-siTvcry man ,
and 1 say to you that it is done very effectu
ally. 1 lutve seen th document, and write idat
I tt luoie. There is at present one or two
copies in this city. J shall not say lorn ttfv
tutrt oUatiuU. Snflice it to say the docDinent
is gotten up in Washington. is sent out North
by the lleil and Jiverett Executive Commit
tee, as is recommended by Alex. E Coteler,
M. C, of Virginia, and chnirm-aa. of said
To those who recall ibetiameAof tbe mem
bers composing the Executive, Committee ol
tbe Constitutional Union party in this city,
or who are acquainted with the honorable
character of the distinguisti.'d gentleman who
is its chairman, it must be quite unnecessary
to say that this imputation of a fraudulent
practice in conducting the present campaign
is wholly without foundation. We may say,
however, that, having made inquiry in the
proper quarter, we are authorized to pro
nounce the whole statement, in sttlistiince
and in form, entirely destitute of truth. The
Executive Committee has issued, and its
chairman, Mr. Boteler,has recommended, but
one '-Record of Mr. Bell the same as that
which is now appearing in otir columns. How
many or tae democratic journals which have
given currency to this misrepresentation will
correct the erroneous impression they have
made? We are nnable to believe that any Re
spectable print will refuse to do justice Uthn
premises. Actional lalclligenctr.
Haynes, in the ft'arehoiise, on Tdv
gave tbe few negroes who were sratwrt'd
urotind a pretty vivid idea ot how they
might, in the dead hour of night, murder their
masters; and slaveholders stood by and shout
ed vociferously as he painted the scene of
butchery to which their slaves were thus in
cited, it is no eafflcient apology to say that
he was only pointingout the effects of Repub
lican policy; such remarks ought not to be
tolerated iu a elaveholding coranDnity, nor
ought they lo be made by a disunion ist whose
policy will lead as certainly to euch results
as will that of the Republicans. It is just
such speeches as that made by Haynes which)
prompts negroes to fly to free States, stirs up.'
insubordination, and suggests murder, and.
one such man, applauded by his partv, does
more mischief than a thousand Black Re
publicans. Had a Northern man made suchi
a speech here, be would have been lynched;
out. as a tocoioco, oi tne aisnnion boutbern.
stripe, the very victims of his criminal policy
were his noHest admirers. Clartsti'dle Claon
'"' ' - ,; .
. Backed Down !-......
Tbe TVmttof this morning copied a flataisg
banter by the editor of the Aloany Patritt tt
bet $10,000 that Breckinridge would be elect
ed President. A eor respondent of the Au
gusta Chronicle, writing from Albany, states
tbat the editor was called upon, the m ami no-
after the challenge, to pat op his money and
Uld the bet should be taken, when h an
swered that he "only pat oat that challenge
fop devilment only for fan I " The corres-
We hare not hnrd yet of the first instance
in which a supporter ot Breckinridge has
Btood op to a banter lor any reasonable bet.
For the Daily Patriot.
Ta Sir Brother mechanics.
Wi!X pride Ztay ta yon .- , ' - ; "
None are mora worthy of praise from the ladies than
When we behave ourselves as men should do ; .
For we make tbelr ribr-os, rings, needles and pins,
And many other pretty, csfful and eon veuicut tninss;
And with tbem, Ukeotheia, can dance an-t sing, . , . ,
And do a great many other things, .
Had we fitted op thosa implements of death,
With great strength, nertiiesa, convenience and skill,
Which flashed like lightning and roard like thonder,
And sent forth a bail-storot of iron and lead,
Which made Lord Fackinghani and others fall dead,
And put the idea into tbe r4 of their ho id
That tbey kid better make tracks for boru-.
And let our girU and cotton bags aloue, - - -
Aud wilhiMit us they would have lo go clothed in
ExpoeJ ia mud,wator, raiu.Miow and winJ,
With their Utile babes and packs ou their backs,
For it is wo that build the carriages, rars and ships.
And by the aid of steam we make tbem rip and pitrb,
And we nuke the wheels, spindles and needles,
Aud oor macbiues make them spin and ttitch,
And print their pi tures, dre.vcs, papeni, and books,
And grinde the grain that makes their cakes aud
bread ; .
As sueh, he tbat builds a machine and applies the
And nukea it do the work of a thousand men.
Has causa to think h i Is tho mother of a thocs md
Which can work without food and nirT tire,
Tbe like of which lias ma le little Taigland Great
.tid able to buy our tcks sml SUM bends,
.nd holds us ns hewer of wocd and drawers uf wa
ter, Whieh should came ns to think nud act like men,
And live united like brotbe-rs aud frirnils,
Aud for the b st interest of o;:r couu'ry co-iteml.
And learn ourselves and othor to think
We are worthy of some notice a3 well as tbo nagroes
Which some worship more ibnn their Cot, wive or
couutry. S. W. APKISSO.V,
Sept. 14th, 1SS0. A Ma hauic.
, Hem Bpgf tfet iitchlfl..-
MtTXI-Fii & EVFJ1ETT MaSaci-ks.
Saturday F.venlng, Sept. 4, 18 CO,
The Perforni.mr? will conuneni-o with the laut:fut
Faint Heart uf ver won Fair Latlr.
To conclude with
CIIKIlllY AND FAIi: ST A 18 :
or, the Children of Cyprus.
due ijnSale of Tiiruiturr, Carpet it;, ke.
0 Tuesday morning, Octoler 21, B. F. SII1FJ.IM &
CO., ut lu o'clock, ill ell on aecount of removal,
without renere ouite an extensive lot of new aud
ucond band houeboid and kitchen Furniture and t ar
Ieting3, with a variety ot other articles lo close con
signment. Central Auction Rooms, College street,
sept2"J-td Opposite tcwanec Houe.
Store lonm for leut.
TWO Stre Rooms, well located, io rebt for tho bal
ance ot IMio. Apply to b FitalKI.IMKCU.
Tllb; fullowing persona bave been appointed by tho
City Council, ofllcers to 0en and bold an otecllcn
iu the corporation of Nashville, on &jluriiuif,!ei. 'Jvth,
ISoO, for li op or pose of electuig of Jlayor one Alder
man and two Couucilmeo from each of the Wards, lo
serve f.- the municipal year. - Tbe I'olU to bo opened
at 9 A M aud closed at 4 V il.
The voters who are in favor of tho election of said of
ficers for a term of two years, shall put tue wonts,
'Term of officers for two years,'' on their ticket, and if
majority of all the votes polled shall be in favor of tbe
election of said oiBcera for a term of two years, then
and thereafter, tho charter of the city of NjstivUlo
Bhall be so amended, aud said election .-luill be held
accordingly ; and, thereafter, the qutilitteatioa for
Jlayor, Alde.nieu add Couneiluien. shull be vilizt-u-lnp
aud residence witbiu the city of Nashville for two
whole years next preceding the election, and no other."
&di'vns 5. C, of tlrfterul AtteUi. pt'ttstl Mr k U3,
Meet ion to be held at Morris k trat toil's.
Judgen S Kirkpatrk-k, Win Miillips, Jno Biiiri;!'.
Receiver of Votes V A Mo Clerk? C W Peiton .
Jas Genneti. Mugit-trale to attend U Ltiillenpie, hjx.
J-ilectiou to be held at Myers i HiiuI'm.
Judges C V Blurry, Moses Wright, Juo Kinney.
Receiver of Voles Ueo W Coleuiau. C'lerku Wut
MeKerran, Cha Sloan. Magistrale lnliaiu !er, Ke.
Election to be held at W L Boyd's Office.
Judges Andrew Anderson, Jno K Hume, B Strol
ler. Receiver of Votes Juo Reddlek. Clerks B V
Brown, Kd Hicks. Magistrate J N Alexander, Ki.
Klection to be held at ineaire.
Judges J I. Ryan, J W Martin, A C Beech. Re
ceiver of votes itobt Barr. Clerk W T Hueheg,
Vuu Holman. Magistrate W D Robertson , &i .
Election to he held at Latimer li Stanley's.
Judges Wm Loft In, A B Sbankland, John Morrow.
Receiver of votes E R Glascock. Clerks Jno II Cm -ry,
J W Coleuiau. Magistrate Joeiuh Verriss, j.
Klection to bo held at Sttrkey and rratCB, Cherry
Judges W W Pettifor, Van Bauch. Richard M.-Cuin.
Receiver of votes A W Fyle. Clerke M O Brvos,
Thoa 11 Glenn. Magistrate V F Mcachcin, Ei j.
Electk'U to be held at Temperance na I.
Judges W S Crosthwait, Jus Steele, Hcnalry Cor
bett. Receiver of votes N P Corbett. Clerks
tleo S Miller, Jus Meadows. Magistrale John Curbeit,
Judges CUa R Green. Jno N Ilobbs, 31 C Cotton.
Reeelveir of votes Wm Satlin Clerks Jno Salter
Held, Huph Carroll. Maaistrale R ii Rives.
Ihc btaflienbers VegrUble Pills,
ARE THE BEST IN TnE WORLD FOR FAMILY USE
LKTJIGE3TI0S CONSTIPATION IIEAD-
ACHE ..EiVOUSJtE IbiJ0U3 tSS
HEAttTBTJ&N ICIDITYN tTJSA FLAT
ULfJiCE WANT OF APE .ITe- DYSP jJ?
blA LIVEB COilPULIiri Qiili'tNGS.
On account of their great mildness, and from tbe
fart thai they never ifripe, nauseate, or leave the
bowels ia a constiputed condition, tho Gratflicuberg
Pills will be found more pleasant than an V other.
jsXJ-l'rlca 25 cents per box. On the receipt or one
dollar, four boxes will be sent by mail, free of postHge
to any art ot the eoiiuU v.
ilACKEXZIK k MUCCHIC,
sept22-tf No. It C'ollc-iie strivt.
D hsoluiion or ( oparlue rship.
Tlie Arm of SACFLET, PORTER & CO., Is this day
t!l-;k-ed by mutual consent Messrs. Pulley and Ber
i V ret irmij. The rentaiuinii copariuers bave taken iuto
their buaiues, Mr. R. A. ALLLSOX, late of the House of
Allisou, Anderson fc Co., and tbe buninesa will be con
ducted, as heretofore at th old stand. Xo &t, Public
ituare, uuder the name and stele of
septsa-lni PORTER, JOHNSON CO.
Tie uudersigned liavuv sold their interest ia tW
bwsmesa of Saiiuley, porter fc. Co., to Messrs. Porter ,
Johnson ii Co., Exclusive "ft ho legale dealers ta lUls.
Caps, etc. etc., take (.heaire in recommending th
nw Arm to the oontiuued comldenc of their 14
friends and customers an l to the pubtlc in (general.
it. C. tSACFLF-V,
s-pt21-l ra WM . L. BERRY .
johi x. rm. . b,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND SOLICITORS I
Will practice in all the Ctmrts of the counties "f
Sioith, Macon, Jacksooand Pulmua. Will give sjt-ial
attention to the coUi-ti of claims. References: FU
Jheard k Co., Nashville, Tenn. D. Weaver, (asU'r
Planters Bank, Nashvlll. J. Correy, Ca.h Lnioa
SEED tt)Of SEED 01TX kH P0TiT0E&
Ho. 14 South Market street;
- ' ILtS NOW IX STORK
'"infi BCSHFJ prime Nortliern Corn for See,!
tJXjyj 600 do. IVuasvlvauia UaU -
1,000 do- " MwsouViOaU
200 barrela early Xeshaunock Potatoes
Alxo, to arrive per steamer B. U. Kimyaa r "
600 bushels lluuptriau Grass Seed.
200 " MiUetS-ed.
For Rale by - A- JENKINS.
niat3-U . No. 11 Sowta Market irv-t
25,000 S5S5 x 19
ugawm crossman k ncnrcv .
LYON'S LVSECT POWDER!
FOE SJLl.S BY
RRilWN at CP.
A. S. JDU VAB
1- la X TIS X ,
;-Wo. 8 Cherry Street.
LIKE FISD, FRESH OYST RS
; WILD GA1IE.
NO. 1 DEADEKICK STREET.
WOCLD respectfully announce to the citizens of
Kashville that he baa opened a Depot on lkeade
riek. stHet, where ha Intends to keep a constant sup
ply of tbe fiaet 1-AKE 11611, BALT1M RK OYtTl-iiS,
aud all kinds of WILD '' wiv, ahtch. be will sell at
reasonable price. sept24-tf
P. AY. 51 AX EY & CO"
. XO. 44 MARKET STEQT, "
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
' ix ' '" ' "' ';' "
W'rooglit and Cast Iron Cook Storts,
A XD every variety of heatinsf sloven. Grates. Tin
UX. plate, Copper, Irot , Wire Zinc, Japaned, pressed
aad common Tin war o, Bra&i Kettles, Fruit Cans and
Jars, Copper bottoms, Ac, lea. Are uow in receipt of
a terse aud well assorted slock of everv article usually
kept ta their line of business, which' they are deter
mined to aell low for cash or to punctual dealers.
Job work of every kind solicited ami special atten
tion given to tt. We are also prepared to do Roofing
Guttering, fcc., in lite beat manner ijossiblo.
scpto-Sta -' . -
f BARRELS COAL OIL, superior, article, just re
X Vceivcd and for sale low bv
sept22-tf RA1XS, BROWN & CO.
THE COCNTIlY IS SAFE! !
WHEELER & WILSON
: I-'.IOU.'VI-.U. -
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T-ftrw.-ss;T utirs lfT votre Iu f-vH -i
V heeler aSi Wilson,
WHICH G1VFS La
i;V KRTEEX STATES,
Enough to save the I'tinm, and sih-nce all cnakera.
I'leu4e mark the record and tell us i the verdict
TIm Fnited Males as reprvsenu-.! in it Aricullnral
J-ocM-tv. tim e deirbired lor
V lieeler Wilson.
Seventeen Stot. all thjit have voted, have deriared
Allot tha Mechanical Asocial ions in the prtncipa
antes ot tie ink bare declared for
Wlitr'rr and W'llsun.
The l?sl Mechanics the country product -. ha de
c laired for WHEELER k HUSiiN. And mora have
suul that do Machine can be invented that shall be
superior in tho object propto.vl. or to lie obtained ia
any s,ut h Machine.
Xrw MyJp 3Iurhinr rifty l:o!l.irs!
. li. PARSO.NS, Aenf,
2(Jl.TO ST.. NASHVHJ.H
For Rent or Lease.
T HAVEajrnod Brick Dwelling, with four rooiS-t
-i- aud twenty acres ot excellent land aud pleu
ly ot good water. 1 will rent or lease it Irom.
m to five yisu-ii. Siluntd na the Xolcusi iiKs 'luit
Jiike iid)oiujii tlie coi-rnIun line.
At their old Tricks Again.
1" 1HAT tho public may not lie deceived ly Uie ad
L vertiseiiients of th venders o( the Wheeler k
W'.lson, though perhaiis mure appropriately styled the
daniuutive shuttle, bobbin and leather pad Machine,
w-e will here state that tbe Bureau of the State Agri
cultural F.ir, offered a premium of $10 for tbe best
Shuttle or Lock Stitch Machine. In this list of soconu
Oiass Machines, the Machines considered by the Coin
cuittee as contending for the premium, were tbe fin
(jer, A. B. Howe, and the Wheeler a: Wilson, boiugthe
only Machiues u exhibition maki,.g the h ttle
butch. This premium being awarde to the Wheeler
A Wilson vcr tbe Singer and Howe Machl es only.
Tuese Weeler k Wili-on experts are still at their old
(fame of per version, shaping their advert iement3 tu
such a manner as to tiuikd the public believe, if possi
ble, that they took the premium for the best Machine
for funii!y use, whlrh was very far from being the
case. 1 tiis little Baby Shuttl ) Machine and the Si per
an A. B. Howe, were considered in the class ol Ma
chines best adapted o Manatacturer's purposca flight
and heavy while the tirst aud highest premium was
awarded to the Grover Jt Baker Machine and alilch aa
beiug the beet over all other for family u-e.
It aprars extremely ca-sy ior uuwrupulous vondera
of -huttle rtewuig Mat hiue to tuak very bih sound
ing but lQc.imrt't statements out of very scanty
maier al. 11.
AND FJXX&HTK3 GOODS.
CETf Alt STREET,
Haviu arrived homo from the Eat, I
bet; leave to liiiorm hit customers aud
tho public geuerall v, That I have received
and am re:eivui-4 a lari an X haudsoioe.
tntich I aw preiorcd to tuak up in tha wut fadiioa
ohlt atalat.aud at tha uUortest bota.
Cants' FuruSliui Gools of all kinds kept cottrtaiit
lr au hand. sept3d-lm
( Itolera, Flux, Djsenlery.
N O family nhouM Ih without thoryw-niery yr
op in tue llooifc'. Chil.tren are ayiot daily rroia
Bcwal Cort plaint, ha'h thU t etr.!y would i-romptlj
Orbility .from Heat.
Wliilo tho Ttteriitonimer rine over in th
hide, tha Gz-aetenbcrg HE tLTH BIT TFt-?, abicb
Of 2io a pae.katt, nialca tho bet st reaytOeuiUf
ouic in ttoi wftrlti. For 2-1 coats you fa n make hall
(ration of tleKte he-Uili giv-inz B;tter;J, w hit- h aid the
ppetite, eivo fower to tint constitution, reukue tbe
oaeUaml confittors geuntul Jebtlay. Now nt tli
awn tor Uioir use.
Julyir-tr MACkENZIK UIXl-JIIV
mAH AtllKS OF liAXtt
rpHE undersife-aed will m-U oue bah, or tbe whole of
.L 7o0 Acre Ijad, lyinK io CouacU'a Bead, ca
Duct River, in Hi ckmau coiniy, Tenaeiee, aNail Tour
mik-3 below Ceutl wUle. . -
There fe about 21 0 Arrea of Ind now ia cultivaltou,
and about 3o0 mora Ut fr cult i vat k. It has tkret
iaitlmirSprinjfS on it, Willi buiiiluis at each one a
comfiirUble Frame Ihcelling, with auilable nejrro aud
other out bouses, '.flus Una can be rtivMol into three
parU withotit injury-
( , Terms.
If only one half i sold, one third of the porchaao
money mib-t be paid in cath, the balance on (mm equal
annual Uwtallments- If tbe whole tract is sold togeth
er, one par meat must be ia cash, aud tho balaaco on
equal annual enjtiali.tneau (ram oae to aevea years, aa
nuy be agreed ou. - Icrsotw w-ibhinte to purchase can
call aud examine Cor themaelweai, or can get any mfor
tuatioa they niay wi- by addreiiug -.
. R II. WIIXJAM3,
aue;14-w2iu ' i - Centre viUe.Tena.
A Fin .X e w Top IJugy.
E have a naodeotna new Basay lor aw at
month tie, I or satisfactory ijpar. . .
Sencral Rooms, 1
sop22-tr . . 27 CoUaga Street
DR. F. A. KUEFFNER,
UO MCE OP AT IIIC '
Physician ana , Sur-xeVu,
Ko.23 (upBtarrf) Cedar 8t.,XariTnie,Tin. ;
OtCce hours until 9 A- V. , between I and 3 P. SL, and
, laetwaaa 7 aad S P. M.
- References-!-. Hertoj s uppie. j-Dtiauaip&ia, ra.
and I. Oapart p. a.oaLlr, auvuia, a.y.
Ta BERRY & CO.
si vols, must rated,
AV Read tha following opinions of the Press;
'There is not an uc inter est imr nace in tha book."
Hart ford Pre.
Tuey are delightful reading, aad iarreaae onr lor
and resjiect Cor the man." Portland XnnuerifL
-run mieresi irom tue filimpea a bic it Rtrea
ts into HmmTs tn daily lile, aud aK into u joke
HXit if tha bnsl an well av one of the m-ot lut-rrstr-
bi? of biirraihieg." 7iiui ijnzrltr.
'-The Uetuoriala reveal how truly delicate wit and
overtlowiiiR cheerfulness are compatible wtifa iraa
rWtCKKis me." I firutuim KeyuOre.
The volumes her ollered are t!nrouehveujeyaoW'.
Thcv sparkle with a it, gleam with honor, and are toll
to tiie brita with the writer's j;eiier..iir Mud teodor
Uess." UuMtM Juurttal.
Should be road by aU wlio wish tn knew what
Hood'a real character
was.'" k r" ttria- tii K-
Y. T. IJEKUi
THE WOEKS OF WASHING
I cauifit hesitate to predict for him a deathless re-
uwa. In hu pages we see that the
kuignag of Ute heart never becomes obsolete ; tbat
Truth, and Good, and Beauty, tlie Sprin ot God,
arc not subject to tho changea which beset the inven
tions of men. Wa becoiua satisfied that he whose.
worts were the dclijhl of oor tat!ter, and are st'ul
oiu-s, will bo read with th.i soine pleasure ly those
who come after us." M'iTTiija CuXl-n Bryant.
i A few setu of the bfauiifu" Sunny Si,le E-titwo,
Tinted paper. Just received by
Chancery bales for Saturday,
October Gth, I860.
Stile 1 ttiie ploee lit the CKancera Cwrt ITnm. ,tl Cvitrt-
ujc, ' Ike order of the adrvnitements WIvc. tHt tw
t K,liil Hi M u ril V JJn'iiy.
PlTtsrANT t. a d.vre. 4" tlie Chauceiy C.mrt at
Nashville, tu lite csv of Youiitf 4. t'inaon r. U.
ljinlur, 1 WiU x-Il l lue loui t Iiou.e in .NallvUle. on
Kiiurdiif, tiiiutn-r tt . b cerlntcate for loO bhare,
of Stock. lued l-v the HopknK, M-ir tcloii Coal k Iron
MtniiiK and il juuim t'jji.i' tmipanv. Tlie said -letr. .
being $100 e.ith, and the . ertiil. ale No. Kid.
Tertiu cash. J. E. tiiXAVtSjC. A M
t-pl-tls - ' '
T)"-'R5t-ANT a decrco uf llio t oamery Curt at
X. Njihville, in tlie in 4 lUrrow and LiudiUey
Adm'rs. of In-. Shelby r. J. B. Snowdea and othets. ,
a ill sell at the Court house, in Nntbvitle, oa Saturday,
October Uk. 1600. 3 LMX t a II oottUuta street, la Lag'
field, 60 by i:o each, and knowu aa No. &o, V7 and Ut,
on loe plan.
Toms. 6.12, 19 and 21 niotthi' cre-iit, wiih inter
est from day ot aie and without redemption. NoteQ
wlUi approved nctantv rcjuired and lien retained.
srpti-uU J. K. tilXAVTS, C. & f
PI kSL'AXT to a decree i tho C'iiiacery Conrt at
Nar.hvilie, in the caie ot It by Morgan, Admoil
trator , Ac. , of Mile. W . Aikiiua r.'. heir and credi
tora of said AUt-ou. I Will bail at the Court lluu.se in
Nashville, on Sitturdsu, 'klubrr 6, MOO, t he Jftis.wi
Aouse and lei on ITocJ'u-jrf ttreet, lu Edgefield I-ot 72
Tlbms 41, 1C, and l"t mouths crodit, with U.teje..t.
Securitv ropureo and lien rrlame-1.
M'pto'-tJ J. K t;FAVEK, C 4 ii.
PtTRSUANT to a d-vree of the Ctmaccry Court at
NatdivlUe, In the rac. of Charles ii. Lesueur vt.
David B. Hk-ks and others, I a ill aell, on &ifurdy. Oc
tober 6, IStiO. at the Court Homse in Nashville, tbe J'licli
hatue ouii UA on n'oudlaml ttreet, ia EJifeUi-ld. The lot
has a front of 11 y3 leet, and runs baik 170 feet to an
alley, and ia made upot lots Noa. 12, 13 and It, in the
plan of division. The impiovementj are new and of
good sty le.
I'm , VI, lsaiid 24 mocUie credit, with interest,
and tale without redenijitioa. Tbe purchaser to give
good KM-fial security . nnd a lieu to be retained,
septi-tds J. F iilXAfES, C. a; W.
Pl'RSl'.VNT to a l.x-rec of tbe Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Wm. ti. Hwiudell . Su
mo Miller, I will sell, at the Court House ia Nashville,
wl SatHi-don, tkbAirr 0, 1S60, tioo Inlj n Woodland
it, -cel. in E.lVgIt. ll, 50 by 144 teet each, aud bciinf kH
Xo. i and 13, in Mc Ruber U aud McKee plan (See bouk
TtKMS toOO cash on each lot . and for the residue of
tbe purchase tiKHh-y a rrel:t ol 0, 1- and li months,
without inleresl. rt-uriiv requiretl and Ih-u retained.
sepio-lds " J. E. t.li'.lVL!-, C. fc M
1)CRSC.1iNT to ;i decree of tlie Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of l. S. Shilitiau rs. Johu
y. Flyun, I ;1U. I,t the Court HtKie in Nashville,
oa Saturday, Ort,rr 6, 1S00. u nign nwHa namett
fateeit, aud also t lie wuexptVni Iritxe th koute and
IU, meutloiied iu the pleaams. This w understood to
be a IcitMeof the bouse aud lot at the iuiurcclioa of
the Gallatin and the Whites' Creek Turnpikes, m ile
Deld, a bich U to exjilre on the 1st January, 1662.
Terms Of tht sale jI.
it. tas J. E. CLE.V ES, V. il.
decree of the Chancerv Court at
JL Nashville, iu tbe case of C. W.
Nance and J. 11.
McDonald r. V. 11. Crosthwait, I will sell, at the Court
House m Nashville, ew Uttunlay, October 6, 18G0, a IU
on the MurfreeUiuro Turnpike, known as No. t, In Ir
win's plan. Front ii feet wide, rear 63, sides 03 and
Tksjcs 6, 12 and 13 months, without Interest. Se
curity re-quired aud lieu retained, aud Sale free from
septi-t.ls J. F- CLEAVE. C. k M.
PCT.SC ANT to a d-cree of the Chanrery Court at
Nashv ille, in the case of til L. Woods tv. John
Lonf-hurst, I will sell, at the Court House In Nashville,
em Saturday, October 0, ISoil, lot .Vo. 17, lu the plan of
Tkrus months credit, without iutereiit. Security
reqired and hen rotaiued.
cepi-V-tds J. E. C LEAVE?, C. & M.
PCTJSCANT to a decree of the Chancery Court &L
Nashville, la the case of Andrew Johnston r. Da
vid M.Allen, and In accordance with an agreement
entered into by the parties interested, I will sell, at
the Court House In Nashville, ea Saturday, Odoler 0,
1800, Daeid M. Allen's aW on Market street, south if
Broad; lot 20 teet by 114. 1 his property can be bought
for less than the cott of the houe. Sale absolute, and
a credit of 7, 12, IS and 24 months, with interest, and
free from redemption Security required, aud l!m re
tained. ScpU-ldi J F. CLEAVE"-1, C. & V.
PfRsrAVT t a decree of the Chancery Conrt at
Nashville, iu tle ease of Hu-ain VaUgim, AdmtnU
trator of M. McXallv, dis-easd, ra. heirs aud rreditora
of said M. McXallv, 1 will sell, at the Court House ia
Nashville, ea Saturday, OctUer 0, 110, the house and
tot tf th McXaliy e.tnte, oa Cherry street, south of
Broad, which waa MHsijiued to the wklow a her dourer,
this beiitg a tlc tf the prt- tig, subject to Mrs. JlcXal
ifs life riijki ia same.
Txaas baud 12 mouths credit, with Interest; pur
chaser to five note u lilt satisiactory security, aud lieu
to be relaiuvd-eci.t-VUs
J. E. f"LE.VT?, C. k M. ,
PrR.ec.vNT to a decree of tho Chancery Court at
Nakhville, hi the cane or John Mallory r. Joaiah
Vlallorv and others, I wul sell, en Saturday, October 6,
lsoo, a't the Court House In Nashville, the follow lug
valuable properly, to wit: The XaUory rtuJence o
South Cherry street, v-i'a 10j feet ef ground (oxt to
MaJkjry street) attorn. The reinajutfer of thu piece
cf property, 17i feet, divided Into lots. One a of loo
feet front on South College street.
Txaas l,2andS years credit, won loiereti, (cr-
ert as to eazh to pay co.-fr and erptnjts, u-ktch umU be
ejected on hove M.) purchasers to inve notes with
satistactory security, and lien to be retsined.
eepts-ti t- w-ttn: - x.
PrRStJAXT to a decree of tLe Chancery Court at
Xaabvlll, ia tlie case of Wm. Fox and wile nr.
Frank and LUy Roa ton, I wl'.lEtil, at the Court House
ia Nashville, on Saturday, Octotjrr O. lbCO, a house mna
tu on Lebanon TurhpCe, in South Nashville. Lot Las
a front of 4o feet.
liatas 1 ad 2 years cre.t,
Notes to bear Interest ,
Frcunty required and
and to be pr-yahle in Boii..
lien retaioed. . , , ,
septa-tds J T WJ-A-i E, C. A, M
PnSTAVT to a deer e ,f the Chuncery Court at
NMahville. in tlie cuse of camuelCuylord. execntor
of John D. tiaj-li-ird, deceased, r. Helen M. Gaylord, I
will sell, at tne court House in .Nssiivuie, on sataraay,
OcUjber 0, 100, ruo lots on 0-!!"je street, extended each
CO feet frout, and knoa as lots No. 29 and 4, J. W.
Tutas 1 and Z years credit, who iiiteeesi. .-oies,
with good security, rt-iuired. and lien retained.
septtf-tda J. t- tu-nr.', at m.
PrRsrANT to a decree or the Cnancery conn at
Nashville, iu the caa of F. Tomea, Jr., rs. Ibari-
etta C. Totws eaxt others, I will sell, at the Conrt 1 1, we
iu Nttshville. ei Saturday, October 0, lW, Uts Ja. 1JO
ami 197 in the Ewiua Addition.
Xekks o, 1 J, IS oiJ 24 mon u is entiit, a iiuout m-
tenwL. and Oreo tioiM reoeinidioo. Xotea, WUU secu
rity, payable ia Bank, n-quired of tlie pure baser, and
lieu to oe retail -u.
aept6-tds J. !-?, c. at M.
tU-crce of the flianci-ry Court at
TaCRSt. ANT I-
Nashville, in Uie case of W. B. City W-. and IL A.
Cleaves re. Johu lH'aUip,l will Sett, at tbe Court House
in Nuhville, on SMurday, OcUdrr o, 100, tteohtson
i'teing Avenue, ia JCunag s Addition, each 32'. by 130
feet, and known as loulii and 153 in the plau.
Tsaxs 8, li and 1 months credit, with Interest,
and without redemption. Security required, and lien
septo-tJ ' J.K.GLEAYI3,C.M.
' : ' 17
PtRSC NT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, ia the case of P. W. Maxey k Co.. and
ethers, creditors of Stewart Jc Owen tw. Stewart 0:
Owen, I will sell st the Court House in Nashville, on
Saturday, October 0, 100, Lot No. 2a, ia plan of Ha v-
Factory property, (Lot 43 by 150 feel) and being tha
rame Lot bereuxore sold to Slew arc e uwea of A. a.
ltnes3. Ijmj- -
Tsium , 13 and IS months, with Interest and with
out redemptloa. Security required sou lien retained.
- . ;,.! ' -uLtA Ei, C. M.
TCRSTANT ta a decree of tha Chansery Coart at
X NaaiivUls, in the case of Joihua D- Spai, rs. Philip
fcsrnn, 1 wm :u at tu sje-n-t awne ki .ncu-tw, oa
Saturday, Oetdber 6, I860, the prop.rty of the defend,
ant, MHvin, srtuated at ti te corner of Broad a&dUc
Nauj streeta, West Nastv. Ua, Lot 60 feet by 176.
Ttoits le free from reuctcpticn, and porcaasa
aooy to ba due la two t uai payments, and on 1st
Apru 18a, and 1st AprUWB.wlm utterast. Sscurity
required and liea retained. -.
. . GLE.VTE3, C. & M.
PCRSCANT to a "decrei of tha Chtncery Obort at
aabvtlle, la the case of Wat. Jordan, ia. Ehad Gowar
and others, 1 wtu aeU to the highest bidder at tea
Court House In XaahTUte, o batwriia , ''October lkOO
tU tract of land hthmging to Lima tHra. t'liw ia
Davidson County aitd cueiaia pg S18 acrts mora wTsu.
Teurs 1500 caai, and rattdua to be tu oa tha 1st
September 1SCS, without mt west, a b.d ot SSjuo for
tne whole has beex made by Dr. B. O. Hampton and
tba property will lie started at his bi. Nms mlo,
good security required of U purchaser aad ISau to
ie retained, ; . -; . J. E. GLEAVIS, C. 4i M.
'' " : ' ' '' ' :- i, .'. 19 'y - ' ' ' l i, ' : -
PCRSCANT to a decree of the Chaacerr Court at
Nashville in tha case of Wa Manldia, Cunrdtan, Ac.
m Jaines M. Sneed and others, .1 will sell at the Coort-
llooro in Nashville, .m &sfardiy, Gctetr iVk. &t, m.
Trent tf 30 Acre at' Land, a tile g miles from Uo
Citv, in Civd District No. 8.
fuias: , 12, li and ti tmnths wltho . ,
The Uddimgs to arm9Uce at $40 .w acre.
ty ntuuired and lien retained. JilOO m;il - -
. J. , CLEAVE -
PCRSCANT to a dtcree of the Chancery Conrt at
NaahviUe, ia the case ofGeo. D.liamleU as. Lewis Joces
and others, I will aell, iU the Court-House in Nashville,
on Saturday October 6, l.SGO, tkt tnict ef land ut Spring-,
Place, kiiowa as tha Tavern cMaitl, bought by Lw
Jones of James T . Cleaves, and ccniainin 6 acres ana
60 poles. ...
TtKMS 8. 1 and IS months, with Interest, and sal
free from redemption. - tSecurUy raiuired and lien re
Sept. 5-tds J. CLEAVE?, C. Jc H.
J '. 21 . i
PCKTANT to a decsee of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Wm. B. Walton ts. John Quia
and others, I will sell, at the Court Hone ia Na&hTu,
oa Saturdei As 6th ef October lga, a etrtia truettf
8 acres f land, lying tn the west side of the itrlct
Church Turnpike, 2 uuies trom the city.
Tebjis. o muniha credit without Interest, and fre
from redemption. Security required and lien retained.
Scpt.a-uh. j. e. gleavs, c kn.
PTRSCANT to a decreo of the Cbaacery Court at
Xashviiie, in thecasa uf Hi rain J. Wells a. Thos. Ltk.
and W. K. Hvda aud otuetV I will jwll, at the Court
Hmiso in Nashville oa &tHrJay, Octoro- 6, 1SG0, fkt
two parcels of land, recovered iu above suit, by b bi
plaiuants from the ceiCndanU, Leak and Hyde. 'Qia
parcel received from ieac mr.tjms lut- acre...
that from Uy da contains 6 T acres, and the .am are
to be sold to pay the amour ts due to Lrake and Hyde.
Touts. Sale free from redimptkn. and oa a crjd.t
of 6 and twelve months withcut interest. Coodsecui-
ty required on notes, and a lien retained.
S'pt i-tds J E. GUtAVE, C at L
PCTtSCANT to a derrea ot the Chancerv Court at
Naahvula ta tbe ease of Wax. A. WhitaeU, Execatur a,
ot Farrar m. Wash. K. Lucas ad etaera. I wul sa at,
the Court Hottsa ia NanvUle, i Saimrday hitr a
tbe Lacss Farm, and beinf the laioe bought br ii,,n
"w, macs r xv meres aaa mi twfes or l,m.f un
luurt. 6,12 and li montiis credit with ictere.-t,
and salo free from redemption. Doles to have ueroiuU
seenrlty, and to be pavable in the Bank, aud Urn to be
It CSC ANT to a decre. of tti. fS.nii.i . nrt
NaihvUle, m the cae of .o. D. K&mielt rs. Wait 11.
laicas and others, I wia seU. at public sale at the Court
tiouJ. in Naihvtlle, v Satuniay Ortubcr tkt 6th lvW,
the aniolrf port ef Watk K. Lucas' tract ef land,
which i known as the Crutcho part ufhia wImnc tract.
The same conaiauns; of about 29 acrca and lywi in
frrt of the Mansion House.
Tuuts. 1 and i years credit, with Intare&t and sals .
free from redemtion, purchaser to exeute stiilaotoi-v
notes and liea io be retained.
Sopt.-tda . J. E. CLEAVES, C. & M.
- ' ' 2i - . - - .
PCR-TANT to a decree of the CUar.cerr Court at
NaahvlUe, In the caae of A. 6. Wilcox and was ts. Johu
Cato, I wUl sell, at the Court House in Nshv iile, act
Ktrurday, October C lfioO, tit tract of labJaaxrea
John Colo now resides, or enough nf same, at leat. to
pay the debt due complainants by tne decree. That
land is known as tha McGavock PUce lies en White a
Creek, ve miles from tioa c.ty,aud there are lJ!i9
acres tn the whole farm.,
Terih 8ale free from redemption, and purchase
money to be due In three equal ttnulinecw, wittiotit
interest, and on lt January, 1861; 1st October. lSdl,
aad 1st May, lSd4. Purcher to give uotre .ibi
pnivcd Security -, and lien retained.
Ht-tdi J. K C.LEAVI, a A VI.
K- W. MOSS u
.W. fc. WiiiaVCE.
3I0IIGAN ti WALLACK,
. .. I-E.OJTR?- IN
Cientl nirii'n Fine
Mioe and Boots,
Trunks, Valise & Carper Bat;,
HO 18 PUBLIC SQUAEZ,
(At Calhoun's Old Stand.)
A Good littTe&f tut-ut.
I AM now ofl'ering for sale, the place oa which I re
Kide, situated on the Gallatin Pike, about two miles
Irom tbe city of Nashville, containing 8 acres uf rich
landourof wbHh are ttiauUth state of culu vat iou iu a
vee table garden, iu which there are Aspararus and
pie Pt.nl beds, and quite a number of excellent Fruit
Tree. The Improvements couist of a neat . frame
dwelling house with k.tcheu, stable, crib, co shed, &:c.
1 am determtued to sell and will oiler this place at a
great bargain. For further particulars app'.v to
splll-lin No MCoileee street.
h a ii ii ware:
A. W. M CALL.
A. D. MONTGOMEKr,
O. W. FILL.
NPCALL & FALLj
Wltolesale and Retail
- LE TOOLS, .
Plows, Eakey, Cultivators,
KIHKMAN i ELLIS' OLD STAIN'D
31, Public Square,
HA VINO added to our alreadv large stock of HARD
WARE andCCTLEKY.B fiue asaoruueut U tlH--T
RETAIL GOODs, ..
B INE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES,
EDGE TOOLS, - '
CC0PEE3, SMITHS, amt
1IACULNI3T3 Tool IiEplemfDU, iclc.
Wa respectfully soS ctt s call front or.r flieads. for
mer pauons of "M"Ciil i Co." and the vablic res-
erally. , . . - !
WCAIaIa ate F Alli, :
Klrkniaa tt EJKS' Old Stand, .. J'
84 PUBLIC f QUAEE, ;
Drj-liobdi my lli.ap.
AM now Inreceii a'tur large aad srell ascorted
Slock of tuple and fancy Dry -Goods , v laca 1 aw
Bering at very low irices.
AS quick sales and siaiu proms is my raorio, i urn -willing
to take up with in hitter to accomplirU tiic ta mer,
and wiU offer great inducements to ail who wid
favor me wiih a call, especially to cash buyers. Coiae
and seefor yourselves. UAVHi HLMi HiiXY, j
SeptVl-tl .NO...ISW1U1 guleot UK.-qliaUC.
I Lave this day, eiaerltled wltb Die In the Book
tmsineri, MR. J. IS. KLTt-iND and IX3L JNO. EAiT .
M-tN. , NahvUle,Sipt 1,1 SCO.
y. HauaX, .
j. n PrnoB,
v. n.vr.AX te co.
t00 SELLERS .1X3 STAIIOSEEV
A tiOCD city snade Fainllf Barouche, bet linka-e4
lor tale cla-ap by
CINJ. F. SHIELDS CO.
HAV1J1U been appoin ted and qnaUOedas Adintnis
trataror the estate of Itartd Sniilry, sr.. ai-.
all peraota having claims attains said estate heaou .
aed to II il tbem witn me wiuua ine tune requm-4 uy
law er tnry will be forever barred; aud hit vrotia ur
eebted m ih same are Ittrrcby required to o oe t-
ard and loake iv meet. . . . -
ti . . - r. C PRAKE. - - ; , .1
seiilt-lm AJm'rU liavid iiau.ef ,.-
: CM AS HI E LT ON :',
HCrSE,SIGS A3JJ ORSASnnt PI15TEB,
!N' 75 Nertb SEarkct trett -
, Oppostis Myers, II anl Co. Cat-naga fiocp. i
XS" A3 erdert from the city or country attended t
wlihproiBBtaefs and despatch. ... ... setll-ij-j. ;
" Ii hut jaus. TTTT-T.
O IXiNE ' Caii mil Sn for sale by
kaALSa, sUtOwX ft CO