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hora's silvi;u badi
THE OXLY PTKMAXTNTLY OEGAjTZED EAST) Ef
TEE CITY, will attend to all laJs lor tacsie both at
home cad abroad, giving eniire tatistaclion or bo
fcarve. Th Eaad is tocposcd of
-;' Fifteria Perforli ers,
- with a complete set of saw ailver inztromeai.
Ail calls for Basic, tor faneraU, pic-bio, serenades
and jubilee will be attended to promptly.
W. IV E0E3T,
Manager aad Contlclar,
prCTJly 15 South Cclksa St.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED ttJ E
THE CoJiCENTKAltD CUBE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A FOnEKFCL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS -
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY IN DltCKET.ON
TRY IT! TRY IT I
TRY IT! 1RY IT!
YOCS-o MEX who are ec2ering from the effects of
vouihful indiscretion can be sorely and erma
nently restored by using the
A Q U A V I T A E,
A k.Eitti) cf Crest and Certain Tow r.
This remedy is put up in small via!, andean bo sea
by mail to any adorer. A iriil will fcatidfy. I'se it
tor a week, and on ill experience a ?reat benefit. A
circular contalnics full particulars scut tit fx) ou appli
cation. Price per boti. $1.
One bottle woi iasta month.
B. This remedy is suitable for either 3B.
Address. K. CKCGER, Medical Agett,
1alr27-lf 47 Broadway, New York.
JUST received and Tor sale at lowest prices, an au-i:
tiocal supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, tay
J5 dot. WUloughby Ciass Jars 1 quart ;
Itt) " " 2 q-jarli
44 ' diss Jars, with corks for s?a!i!is.
Also, on hand 2UO dor. Tin Fruit Cai, one m.d t'
quarts, lor seJtlicg up, ail warranted.
Ao, 11 bbl. te-.t Clear Coal Oil, at lowest price be
barreL J- W. WD-SOX,
DH KING'S Il.sPK.SAKY
FOit iRIVAIL' DISEASES.
r -- i DR. KING, formerly of Sew York, fur
JvrT Z the last four years of Louisville, Ky.,
end wno has uevoted his attention to
tha treatment of private uise&rs tor St) jrears, tl&iiers
hUnaft having attended lo a practice fur so many
reus, and cured so many tiiouands, he is eusbied tu
cure ail diaeasea ot a private nature, no mat Ver Low
bad thry may be from injudicmus meCiciai treatment,
or from neglect of their on. lr. King's lipenary la
So 23 beaoentk sueet , between Cherry ana tne oquare,
ccond story, where ha cures ail diseases ot a priiate
Odkurhea cored withoct causeuua laedifinej or in
terference w ith businceat.
btrlctures of old or recent dale, efWtaatly cured in
a Its uavs, by an Oeratioo wbn-h cause no pain.
Wbere a'atrictura exiau bnutb cannot b enjoyed.
Perhapa no aimaiT causes nwre n-hif and under
xninea Hm constitution au much.
sruhiu. wun ail the ow-aes of the akin, growing
ut'ot neect or bad trounuat, can be ea.-ctoauy
cured m a Jew days.
Seminal WtoidUm Particular attention havirf been
givefi tu LUIS uideaae, and all the con3eCU-tlcs grvwaig
ot it, brojgnt ou in many cases by the de&Uuttitc
ii,iiU ui tncocaioerate yuuUia, anu exuc-ssivu m ui
Kbce ot tne passions, a uu.ci.1 ot wbicit wni Luivr
nuacc Ute cunsutuUuu, r3ud IL the S .b.cl UL-t I' IT
fr.yt 7 ur euKeij , ;u4 caiiit iia 'iuiM
,.iikiS wuu Ctff b utw-im Witb muy wiu.cu.t oi
t " .y i aauxcd uunieutato f
PerSLua rrMi"g abivao, by WiiLxg anu stating ihi-lr
cue, ctu tlac eucwseu., uiiect to Lrr. A. Kuig, No. 22
iwauei it street, JasiiTiiie, Tdui., wiii nave ua.- LecJ
eary nn-li-" B-f sent lo tueir aiiuresa. USlce Luuts
trwu w v ci in iu luucniug until a ui th va..
Jui lo-m-iaiW ly
I have Suli out my etlire u.teret In the f-su c;
Sichubon a Humporey, to tavid Uua.f hrey? wi wii
continue the buamt-as as heretofore. I will waial hiu
hua in winding up the business of the old firm, aud
aoiicil for him a tMttinaauce of t be patroLU; behlourod
on tha out firui. ' C XICUvjLsUX.
la order to red Jce my St x k a much as posalhle, be
fore receiving new Goods, for a Ehort time I will oCcr
my enure stock at cost, for cash.
Jjiy2,l0 DAVID HUMPHREY.
An m ii ii a For the 1XSTAXT KUJa-and
O A 11 Jl jA t PKKHASitXT CI" r.t of tbii dis
tressing complaint use
F JK K D T ' s
Mode by C. B. SEYilOUK A CO., 107 SiSic sirsct,
N. Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by pest.
FOR SALE AT ALL L-P.UGG1STJ.
From the Observer, New York.AugUit H, 1S3.
iKixzsnc Cabixtt IIemieh It is one of the marvel
cl ths age that sueh vast sums are expended Ui getting
op apparently truling articles ; and another marvel
that these are of so much utility. Large fortunes have
been made out of matches, which are sold at the rale
of one or two hundred for a penny. Somewhat similar,
we are told, Is to be tno success of a recent invention
for repalrirgall kinds of furniture, "SpaMing's Pre
pared Glue" It to prepared chemically, will keep in
all climates, may be applied on the Instant, and if all
that U said of it is true, meat become highly u.-tful in
repairms broken furniture, dilapidated books, snj in
deed in all eacs where glue i no!ly applied
j. Kswaant. J. c onssso.v. 8. r
(acccsaoEsto jo.iowA rp,)
Cornerof Collect nod Church!".,
Whclfsale Groctrs and Coinniission
AND DKALKB8 IN
Pine Brandies, Wines, Cigars', Tobacco, ic
"TheJlill of the Cod's Criml Motrly."
F. HAG AN
IIAS rertlvcd slmoaluneously with iU if--.c in New
York, JIAEION IZARLAKD-'S NEW COOK,
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and k tide.
The rceae of the story of Acsieu is laid in the
South. The time, the beginning of the present centu
ry. Ths oostoms and events of those days are traced
with fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
with tho narrative, that the reader is net wearied by
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as familiar to him a. tboM Ue veiled
but yesterday, and their inmates differ little from the
man and women with whom he adsociatss daily. The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshing. In
no ether work frota the authors pen can there be bund
greater variety of incident, more artletic deleneatn
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigtw of
discripUon, and certainly no other contains a plot tu
sfrA-tny i cencrprtoa and to abij mailed.
The rcder cannot but remark how irresistibly yil
natoral'r ihe Is borne ahng by the tide of events.
There r bneed after be is once in the current to ex
pUun thV ominous tittle that frowns al the top of the
page. Before the .Vonens is unvtiled the reader feels
her subtle innurncv, understanding by intuition that
there are hidi'en sprinss and secret wires under the
feel and in the homes of Uis unsuspecting objects of
her vengaKe and the pertinent motto oi the aulhcrera
fully provea that rciributii-o though aomtnnes slow u
Also a frrsh supply of the
1 IDLE PATH.
The fuUowmg notice of this work U from tho gener
ous pen of ANN COKA KIXCUIH, and pays a jut: trib
ute to the meet successful femalo writer Virginia has
produced: WM. CtXLEN BRYANT.
I jet this noble production lie upon tha table, and
enliven the hearth of every trne Southerner. Vgnut
this gifted daughter of the oulu with the expanding
onshtne of appreciation and relreshing dews of prauo.
Stimulated undeveloped genius, to walk In her Slops
emulated hrr achievemenLs, show her honors, and the
cry that the tJoulh has no literature, is silenced fure
erer. And a large supply of above, and KQ3 PnK.
A fresh supply of RCTLtlXiE.
I had rather written BCTLEDGE than MILL OX
THZ FLOSS. J itiAor of Btulak.
HARPR and KIEY, f-r Sepu-mber, jttbl received
ay . I1AGAN,
AugCI-tf N'd- 41 College Street.
. New Fall and Winter CJooilss
f I i!E nnderslgned to now receiving hU stock of FaU
JL and Winter louus for Gentlemen s Wear, of aU the
various styles. Also, a choice lot of FurnUhing Goods,
o which be invites the attention of his customers and
the public generally. SAM PWCH1TT,
64 College Street.
K. B. Scott's Fashions for 1860 and 61.
aug 28 lm oscaa .
ONE Thoneand poucds Pgtash on hand, and for tala
T A "S H V 1 L'L E,
SATURDAY UOK$lG, SEW. 29. 18t0.
ROCK CITY MILLS.
RETAIL PRICES.' "
"Bell" Floor in bags S , la half bags S
Old Hickory " P; " ' ? H
Ijgfle do 44 SO; " " 1 W
M jced Bras, par 1000 R-,oc dollar.
Cora MeeJ, per boahel, $1 60- - '
Delivered to ail part of the city. Srpt 21-ly
JIOV SEATS OP THE BAILE01BS.
X. prtnree of a atsfDger Train. 7
Xassvexi k CaaTrasoooa 4 A. it., S P. M.
Tzxxaux EM .mat &t IS A. At. 3t'0 P. M.
Lxxwols & Xashvtlls fiiOO A at., 6:5 rt P. M
' " GuainExprees4:30 P-M
Kiposrszu A Kesttcit 6:30A- M-, 12:30 P. M
.Arrival of Passenser Trains.
Xaraviixs a tamaaoooa 5 P. M., 8 A. M.
TssxssbES A Aiauu 1 Ot OA. M. 4i'OP-X.
Ldcutille & NasavtLiA 3i05 A. M-,2ll5 P.M.
" 44 Qmum Express 1:10 A. M-
Em: jipj t Eunui-8t OA.M-, 6i4 P-
Eatur ay, September 23.
C A .N iT15 A t i: s.
S S IIOLLINGSWOP.TH.
K B CHEATHAM.
JOHN HIGH SMITH.
1st WMrd-JOIIN DOYLE.
2. ' J C McFERRAX.
4ih K L CKENSHAW.
6Tb " R J MEIGS, Jr.
Sill - V H DAVU.
2 1 Ward J T BELT.
:tt W'M SHANE.
P S WOOUWARIK
C E H MARTIN.
A S CA1IP.
W S CHEATILM.
J 3 CKAIUHEAIX
A A HATCHER.
jp jr- We are authoriraJ to announce WM. H. HOEN
as a candidate for A'.dertssn frota the 8rd Ward.
Xs- We are authCTiztd to SLnoasce JOITS N. ALEX
ANDE?., s? a cindlte frr Aliwmati 1 ths Srd Ward.
The Dlarukloti Velrduj.
Yesterday was the day Appointed for the
discussion bore between Messrs. Laxkox C,
nirxEA. Wm. iL Pole and Daiur Peyton,
Presidential Electors for the Stato at large,
representing reepeclivtly tha Ilrtckini id
DeuitK-racy, toe Douglas Democracy, and the
Constitutional Union party. Owinjf to the
illness of a member of Major Poi.it "s faniily,
he was not here to meet his appointment, and
hU frhare in the discussion was assigned to J.
R.McCa.x. E?q., Douglas Elector fr tLis
The ball w- opened, as tuo lettef-wi iters
have it, by Mr. McCaxx. He in "a young hand
at the bofines' of political fpeech-making.
this being hii first canvass; but havioErthe ad
vantage f cause which cannot be, or at least
has not been, saccefally assailed in any of
its stronger poicts by hif Breckinridge oppo
nent, iK-ing well pasted in the issues lefore
the country, and possessing abililtes vT no
mean trd-r. he made a cap ul speech a
p-ch with which his p-ion:il and political
rier.d-i were Mlilv llighttd.
Mr. McCaxx was f.dl-iwcd by Mr. Hayxes.
wbi i. ui-ti ii-'tiunaMy one of the ablest and
rno.-t plf-::!itr Fpcakt-rs of bii party in Ten
"esee. There was much of candor and di
niiy in his spf-ech, which constituted about as
fivorable an answer to the true-bill which the
can'ry ha found aguinn his parly, as could
be made with all the Jaw and the evidence
against him, as is now the case. It rerjuires no
little moral conraj to stand up in the face
cl a tnnltiiaJV ol ir.ti llizcnt men and attempt
lo defend the Breckinridge Democracy agains-t
tbech iroof trxtratagstiice and corruption,
and of a des-ign to violate the Con3titatioa
and dhunember the L'uion, preferred against
it by the conscrvAtism of thj nation , whose
only difficulty ia the pro-ecutien of the case
lies in the impossibility ot Hading time to
unfold a tenth part of the evidence at band ;
and in chronicling Mr. HaYXEd' failure of suc
cess in the defense of his canse, we must be
permitted to express our admiration ot the
pluck he exhibits lu thu attempt.
Tbc moat cxjciiDg could not have a.-kel a
nobler effjrt in advocacy cf the cU5C of
Jons Ltl.t. and tho Constitution and the
Union tban that of Col. Phvrox. who spoke
wiih all tlie fire, the fervency, aud the elo
quence ot his younger years, when he so
gallantly championed the old Whig party in
the days of its prime, llss speech was indeed
worthy of his old renown. It wa3 a master
ly exposition of thj corrupt practices of the
party in power, of tha treasonable designs
of some of its most prominent leaders, and a
clear, candid and forcible sctting-fcrth of the
weighty claims the cause of the Constitu
tional Uolcn parly has npon the sympathy
of the conservative and patrio!i; masses of
the cn ire country.
A large crowd assembled to bear the dls
cussiou, and ibe speakers were each 1I-U ned
to throughout with more than ordinary at
tention. Tuk Tueatki;. As you will uatmaily m-ed
a little recreation and amusement after the
labor of the week, go t the Theatre and aeo
the beautiful spectacular drama of "Cherry
and Fair Star." and the amusiug comedy of
"Faint Heart never won Fair Lady.'' Take
your w ires ud children with you and let
them helpycu to enjoy yourselves,which thry
will douttless very chei-rfully do.
Monday night the great tragedian, Mr. J.
B. RoisEUTS. will appear in -Richard III."
The defe ated candidate ought to go
to the Tnentre to-night and get their spirits
revived. Price of udmission,Fix bits, or four
tickets for seventy-five cents n-piece.
Two men dashed along Suiuimt
street, near Deaderick, about o'clock last
night ; one swore terribly and fired a pi3tol
at the other. Sundry individuals rushed to
the spot, but both the sbtKiter and shot-at
had disappeared. An empty hat which one
of the parties had left npon "the field of bis
lame, :7was picked up, '"which the owner
Can have" by Hading the gentleman who
picked it up "and payiug for this advertise
ment," for which we churgf nothing.
3 The candidates r Mayor '-uddieMed
their feIlow-oit:?nV? at the Market Houe
1a I nivbi.
A Conr.ECTiox.--Our coutemporary of the
Loud-n Tana, with whom our personal and
political f-Uiious have ever been of the most
friendly character, Is mistaken in suppling
that tho editors of this paper are amoug the
lew ndveninrons men who have slept nil
night ou the Tontine Marshes near Koine, and
survived the dreadful indiscretion. We did
uot venture to chum our eves there while
vimting the Elet nal City, but we have several
limeii ep,-nt hair tha night iu Hog Alley, an
experiment quite as dangerous, and out of
which probably grew the mistake of our
The Jiwrt will pliase tn.ikj the correction,
and rtquett the SireetCouimittee to copy.
SaooTixo Affair A personal difficulty
occurred between Mr. P. T. Eeavmax and
Mr. Tuomas PAiaiua, a little before daylight
yesterday morning, on Cedar Street, in which
'the foimer Bred foor pistol shots at the lat
ter, three of which took effect, inflicting se
vere but not fatal wonnds. Mr. Bkacman
appeared before Enquire Soituoate and en
tered into a recognizance bond of 32,0019 to
appear before the proper authorities at the
Ctrart House next, Tuesdayiat 4 o'clock, P.,
il., hnd answer the charge of shooting with
Intent to kill,
' - ror th Patriot.. . ;
To tbo Gemnlstleners of tkiCaptsK
" Gcxtxxvsx: I hope I may be excused for
addrewiog To oa. "nlject of the laying
oat the groandaroond.the1Ca.pl'xjL Arery
iprfioiaI ob-wrvation of th irregular form
ation of the bill matt convince every penoo
that terracing i th only plao whieo can be
adopted for securing permanency In the Im
provement; aa owing to ih rapid full of the
ground, any soil laid on would be washtd off
by every rala which fVli; and owing lo thf
dlScnlty of preTving verd.nt aod from
the heat the grass will be exposed to, nothing
but very frequonl irrigation can prefer pe it
from being buftit off. It would be ery de
siralde before anything is dn, that a com
pete tit person, pussessing taste and informa
tion, hhould be employed to furnish a plan,
which U important befoit everything elae, it
being evident that terracing is thj only plan
which will tff-ct the object, and consequently
the way in whish the fence is now being laid
would have to lm enticely abaudoned, as It
cau never ' mmie lo crresijond with the
I r ui;ii), v.-ry repeclfully, . tl.
Axoiueu Sraa. For a w ek or so j.a.sod
the bjauiiiul star. Venus, has beca seen about
midday, a, little weal of the sun, shiuing as
brilliantly as shioes many an orb when the
sun or moon is nut ihere to pale its iuerTect-
u.tl flits. Turn jour gaze to the boards of
the -Lvill Theatre m-xt Monday night.
und you will bt bold a '-star'" that shines as
brightly in the dramatic firmament as Venus
in the material heaven. Ou that occasion
the distinguished tragedian will commence
an engagement here. As everybody Vuowii,
he is a.iiDDg the most gifted American actors,
aid creates a popular furoro wherever be ap
pears. Tue Election to-day. Wo uetd not re
mind the independent voters' ot Uie city
tba. they will be " called upon to-d y to ex
ercise theglotious right of suffrage." There
are four gentlemen in our midst who want to
bt Mayor aud quite a numbor of them who
desire to become a legal part and parcel of
the regular meetings of the Common Council
and Board ot Aldermen. It is your pleasure,
fellow-citizens, to vote for allot 'em, but it
I-, not your privilege. The income cf the
corporation does not justify the employment
of more than one Mayor at one time, nor
more than a limited number of Councilmen
and Aldermen. But you understand these
thing. Vote wisely and not too often, and
we shall nut complain.
The plans for the main building of the
University of the South are to be submitted
to the powers that be to-day, at the aile chos
en for the institution. Some sixty architects,
from different parts of the Union, will sub
Free Mlioola of NaabYllle
ternal Vigilance is the Fric of Liberty."
u 11 w a n ii i
And cot v'te away your liberties. If yoar
officers st rve you w U. vou caa easily re-elect
them for another year, but if you elect them
for two years you hve uo control if they
ahould be found extravagant or corrupt.
An effort is to be made at this city election
to put the Free Schools twice as far from the
control of lhe people as they are at present.
The matter is grossly nnjust as it is, but
would be ru tde far worse if the time for hold
ing oflice were extended to two years.
Look at it.
We elect men to oflice for one year; their
acts control our schools for three years. We
elect th! Council in September, and the last
of Juno, when nine months of their time has
expired, they elect a Board of Education;
and. etrange to say, this Board, one year af
ter, and only two days before their term of
o3teo expires, elect a Superintendent and
teachers for Ih-J next year. Was tboro
ever a morn cunningly devied plan to
keep the matter teyond the reach of
the people? The people vole for officers
for one year, yet they control the schoels for
two years and nine mouths. Now if you
double this length of time by voting to have
Officers elected for two years instead of one,
and thereby put the schools beyond yonr
control for five years, it may help some lo
fatten the pocket by the book speculation,
tut it would be a gnsn outrage on tbo pock
ets of the people.
Looe out and bs cacobt is no snch trap.
Look at th book business and sou bow the
Buird of Education have treated you. In
Sunday Schools, children use the books and
return them to tha Library. A similar
Course is taken ia most Frea Schools, which
makes the cost per pupil bnt a trifle in
Philadelphia last year it was but C5 cents
per pupil. How is It here? You were thla
year required to pay one dollar for Warren's
Coograpby (the seventh book ou geography
used in the Schools since the first
opening of them), and 20 cents for
a spelling book and 33 conts more for
another spelling-book containing uof m tvard
of instruction more than the first. Bat look
at the quantity of useless school books on
your shelves, bought in tho last five years
This does not occur in other cities. Ths
books arc bought at public expense, and
when done with, by the pupil, are returned to
the school library. Look at yonder little
children wearing out four or five books in car
rying them to and from school. Can they learn
them all to advantage, nr does it favor the
book speculation? More tban $30,000 have
been made on the book business for these
schools. I can not to look for the evidence
ot it in the walls of bouses, or in city proper
ty, north or south. It Is enough to know
that Philadelphia can furnish books and sta
tionery at 65 cents, while Nashville pays
nearly that, besides what the parents buy.
Tuition cost three ti mesas muoh here
a in Philadelphia. Good people wouhi you
elect a Board that would treat yon worse tban
tills? IT eo, Nishville out Bide of the Board
must be madf of very poor material.
Oayotir tiek.-t- have printed or written,the
words -'Term of Officers for one year," if you
wish to be freemen, but if you wish to part
with ycur liberty for five and a half years
writ'? "two years."
Remembet that if the term of office should
now be extended to two years, it cannot be
changed again without an act ot the Legis
lature of the State.
J. W. DOLBEAIL
Geoi:;k Babek and D. CDoculass, of Sum
ner County, will address the people on the
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvass,
at the following times and places :
MACON CoCVTY. -
. . . . . Wednesday
' do ;
Chestnut Mound Thursday..,
' Cookorllle. .......Friday.....
. OTEKTOX COCXTT."
, Monroe.. . ". Saturday . ,
East Purl . -Monday....
' Jamestown.. ........ Tueaday..,.
A division of time will be grat.Ud to aa
advocata of ettbet Douglas or fl orldgs
. - Ptafelle Speaktns. , V";
Td will addr our fellow-cH'-zena of the
Tth Congrwiooal District as Udlows. ,
Pardy, McNalry county. Monday, Oct. L t
Montezuma, McNalry eu, Mueeday. Oct. 2. -Hermitage,
Decatur ool, Wednesday, Oct 3.
LVcaturville, Decatur co., Thursday. Oct. i.
Goasett's Store, Benton co, Friday, Oou 5.
Camden. Benton co., Satarday, Oct. 6.
Chepultapec, Beaton CO., Monday, Oct. 8.
Turkey Point, Humphreys co. Tuesday Oct 9
Wav riy, Humphreys cu. Wednesday, Oct lu.
McAdo'a Humphreys co.. Thursday, Oct. 11.
Deloberville, Perry co . Friday, Oct. 12. .
Lindeu, Perry co., Saturday, Oct. IS.
. . JOHN C. BROWN,
N. N. COX.
' S. S. Sianton, E-q , of Carthage, will ad
dress the people at the following times and
places:-' ' ' ' '
HankATVUie Franklin Co... . Thursday , Or.' 4th
Winchester...... " Friday, '
r-aiem - " - " , ratoruay, . "
Marble HiU " - Monday, "
Lynchburg... .. .Lincoln Co.... .Tuesday, M
Fayeitevuie " - Wednesday, 44
Boon's HiU " Thursday, 44
Uiraeraviiie Giles Co Friday 44
Pablle fepeakln. -
Hon. Wm. B. Stoxc and Col. Johx L. Spcu
Lock will address tho people at
AlUmont, Grundy county, Monday .Oct. 22.
llilUboro', Coffee'couniy , Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Manchester, CotTee county, Wednesday,
Beech Grove, Coffi-e county, Thursday,
Winchester, Franklin county, Saturday,
Jtcasrs. Taylor. Wbitthorue,
Toe lbUowing Itt of apitoiutinentd mis been agreed
upon for Msrs. Taylor, Whitthorno, and Waltorsoa,
candidates for Eksrtor for tho State at large, at which
times aad places they will be pleaced to meet and
address the people. It will be soen that a aumbor of
counties have been omitted. TliU was nnaveidable,
owinj to tho want of tunu:
LeKingtoB, Henderson county, Saturday, Sept. 2.
Jackson, MadLson county, Uooday, Oct. t.
Bolivar, Hardeman county, Tuesday. Oct . t.
Sumervllle, Fayette county, Wednesday, Oct. 6.
Monipht-i, i-helby county, Thursday, Oct. 4.
Covington, Tipton county, Saturday, Oct. .
Urownttvuie, Haywood county, Mouuay, Oct. 8.
Xiily, Lauderdale county , lueaday , Oct. 9.
Dyetxburg, Dyer county, Wednesday, ct. 10.
Troy , Obiou county, Thurktbty, Oct. 11.
Lwo&Jen, Weakley county, Friday, Oct. li.
Paris, Henry county , Saturday, Oct. 13.
Camden. Benton county, Monday, Oct. L5.
Waverley, Huinphre county, Tuesday , Oct. 18.
Charloltd, IUxou county, Wednrsday, Oct. 17.
Nashville, Davidson county, Friday, Oct. 18.
Franklin, WiUiamiws county, Monday, Oct. 22.
alurfreesboro, Kutlierford county, Tuesday, Oct. S3.
OiUUtin, Sumner county, Tliun-Liy, Oct. 25.
Laiayette, Macon county, Friday, Oct. 28.
Utrtnae, fmith county, Saturday, Oct. 21.
Minlihville, OeKalb county, Monday, Oct. 2M.
Cooker ill, Pulnain couiily, Tuesday, Oct. 80.
Sparty, Whito county, Wednesday, Oct. SI.
McMinnriUo, Warren county, Thursday, Nov. 1.
Manchester, CoQee County, Friday , Nov. S.
Norton to Bl'iiaer3. Proposals will be
received at the office of the undersigned for
the construction of a frame Church on the
Murfreesboro Pike, 5 miles Irom this city.
Plans, specifications and bill quantities, w ill
bo open for examinatisn, from this date, from
8 to 12 o'clock each day.
JAMES KIDDELL, Architect,
2a The L idies have resolved to vote on
i bo Sewing Machine question. They have
declared for freedom from Is ither pads, di
minutive shuttles, and wincia bobbins, and
are determined to have Sewing Macbiae work
which will survive the wash-tub. In abort,
they are going "to a man" for a new admin
istration umler Tbo G rover Jt Baker.
Nashville, Sept. 15, 1860.
The Committee appointed by the State Bu
reau of the Seventh Annual State Fair of
Tennessee to examiu, and make award for
the best Family Sawing Machine, find oi ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion : the L M. Siuger, Wheeler & Wilson, A,
B. Howe, and the G rover & Baker. The first
threo named, although differing in construc-
tl n aad capacity, still so far as the stitch Is
concerned, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing what is called and known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, upon which all the lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re
spooled. The Shuttle Machine may be used
upon some classes ot family sewing with a
degree of satisfaction, but we conceive from
their construction, operation and stitch, their
principal adaptation is to the purposes of
manufacture. The points we conceive most
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of requirements in a machine for fami
ly sewing, we find more fully combined in
the G rover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, ease of manage
ment,' advantage of using thread from two
spools without rewinding; strength of work,
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch.
and quietness of movement. We therefore
make award to the Grover Baker.
JOHN HERIGE3, Chairman.
JO. W. aoKTON,
J. W. WILSON,
JAS. A. WOODS.
I hereby ootify that that tbo above la a
true copy of the original decision and award
of the Committee npon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair for 1ST.0.
L. P. WILLIAMS,
Sec'y. Slate Agricultural Bureau.
Oflico of exhibition and sale of the Grover
& Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
R. H. BROCCWAY,
Proprietor and owner of the Grover & Baker
Patent for the State nf Tennessee.
59 Utit jropl).
Sr. Joseph, Sept. 27. California ad? Ices
say the exports of treasure since September
1st, exclusive, from Calitorma, were nearly
five million dollars.
Trade was steady. Crushed sugar very firm
at 13c, with little speculative iBquiry. Lard
buoyant. Raw sugar firm and advancing.
Tonnage was very scarce. Uunny bags ISf
3. second woolen lac lory is nearly com
pleted at San Francisco.
Dr, W. IL Stone, charged with killinz a
member of the last Legislature, was acquit
ted. The Caso and Washoe mining news Is fa
McCall aud others have brought suits
against the Opblr and Mexican companies for
Fort Smith, Sept. 27. The overland mail
bas passed here.
The telegraph line will be opened to Los
Angeios on the 20th.
The Indian depredations continue.
Suspected incendiaries in laree numbers
are leaving Northern Texas, as is supposed.
aestinea lor Kansas and Missouri.
- The Omaha bankers are purchasing $20,
000 gold per week trom returning miners
Flora Temple Beatess.
New York. Sepu 27. Flora Temple was
beateu in the trot ag dost Dutchman's" fast
est 3-mile trot. She made two trials First
7:S3J; Second 7:4.3$. "Dutchman's" time
IlABRii-BCB, Pa,, Sept. 27.--Tbe Constitu
tional Union Executive Committee met, and
resolved that it is inexpedient for the Bell
party to nominate a candidate for Governor.
A committee was appointed and authorised
to modify or change the electoral ticket, aad
it was recommended to bold a Union State
mass convention of the citisens oi Pennsyl
vania who are opposed to Lincoln, as soon
after the October election as practicable.
- Washington, Sept. 28. Wm. J. Delano Is
appointed Clerk of the Census Bureau.
The mail service between St, Joseph and
Denver will be discontinued, and the malls
go via Council Blalf. -. . - .. , .
The Treasury receipts last week were
$1,040,000, Including $200,000 from customs.
A private letter says that Mr. W art. oar
Minister to China, asks six months leave cf
absence on account of ill health. . ' '
Stiver News. - .
LoramjJL Sept, 28. .ibe rireT fs rising
with 4 fet water la the cjia&l.
t 7WariEei by ,Tclffraife. ;j .
New O bleaks. Sept. 28. Cottou quiet ;
sales to-day 3,500 bales; snlddling ltal0;
sirs ot the wwk 3S.0OO rwlee; receipts : f
the week 46,220 ba.l-, agalnt 46.000 bah s
during the corresponding lime last year; ex
ports of the week 6,250 balee; total exports
of the Pfusoo 44,500 tale;; oiock at New Or
leans 177.000 hales. Floor firm at 6,10aC20.
Cota uuU at 7080. 3e (itm at 15;
al nf ihi we-ek S.S-'-O !; imports 4 toe
wtfk 9.250 tctefi; Mik u h.iid 18.IM0 bags,
agetuet 3 (MM uug- tt th-; rtiih liut- i.f
year. Steiliag rxehaifge 8J8-J; on ullla -tif
tadiug 78i New York sight exchange
couat prtmiom. Freight to Urt-rpoot .
Can. WsikerrMiet at Tea Times.
The Isstlvea rernaedlte (alee part lu
fata bstrtaJ. Cl. Keller en tented t
oar Y ears Imprlaesimeai. V
New Osleans, Sept. 28.
The Bri ish Steamer Gladiator has been
quarantined. Ten shou ere fired at Walker
amid cheers. He was decently interred by
Foreigners, the Native r filing to Uke part
in bL buriaL CoL Rudh r bas betu sen
tenced to four years impriaonmeut,
Washixotox, Sept. 28. The Postmaster
General is re-arranging the California mall
service via Salt Lakt. It is understood that
the pony express will be stopped soon.
New Yohi, Sept, 28 The steamer Edin
burg has arrivt d. Her dates are anticipated.
Prtaee f H ales In St. LobIs.
St. Locra, Sept. 28 The Prince of Wales
inaugurated the Western Academy of Art
yesterday, and left this morning for Cincin
nati. New Yoroc, Sept. 2S Evening Flour
q (iet but steady, declined 5al0 cents; sugar
firmer, Cuba 67; Porto Rico 78; tobacco
From New Vork.
New Yobc, Sept 28 From $600,000 to
$700,000 specie goes to Europe to-morrow.
The slave brig W. R. Ktbbe was sold to
day tor $1,400.
Cinctxxatt. Sept. 28 -Flour sales 3 000
bbls 5,005.10: whisky sales 1.200 bbls lSJ-c.
Do a si 1b Indiana.
lxptAXAPoLis, Sept. 28 There was a tie-
tuendous Douglas gathering here to-day, va
tiously estimatad at from 30,000 to 10.000.
Douglas was very 6evere on Breckinridge.
Daily Itesietv or the Clut-lnuatl fllar
Wkdtkshat Evxsiso, Sep. 20.
Fl OCR Tbe marVet was quite fair to-day, but the
demand continues limited; i(3i 101s the range for
superfine, lor wbich there is the most eiqu-ry, extras
beiLg neglected. The sales were:
100 sola Auburn Mills R. W $5 10
ISO do extra 6 W
100 oo Cm vu Mills K.W 5 lo
2oo do extra 6 ia
130 da Petersburg Mills 6 ii
WHISKY The demand is fair, and the market
steady. Sales oi SUO bbU at iiifa!18c, tho latter
rate lor wagon.
PROVISIONS M ef s Pork is very dull, and first class
city brands were oOered to-day at $18 25. Baeeu
dull, and the demaud quite limited. No sales of im
portnce. Shoulders were offered at 8jc, though
laey are general. y held at 9c.
OIL Sa es of 118 bbls Linseed at 67c , indicating a
good detnmd, and a firmer market.
CROCEKIsE The market is very quiet, and the ce
mand but mod rate. Saies of Sugar at 83,c; Cof
reeatU.o.iaCand Molasses at 4243u
WHEAT The demand is g od. ani pr.ces advanced
2o per bush, closiug firmer at SI 10&1 ttf fur prime
nd. and SI 1531 18 for prime while tales 000
bush prime reu at Si If ; 800 do prime white at SI tS;
J00 do uo red at SI 12; SOO do fair do at l 08: tOO do
do white at SI lo.
CORN The demand Is good at SOc for ear, in bulk,
aad 67(369c ior mixed and white shelled, including
sacks, t-a'es 650 bush ear, in bulk, at 60c: 20 do do
at M. A C. Railroad at 48c.
OATS The demand is fair, and tbe market steady
at 8ic inbuls. Sales 600 buh, in balk, at S0Kc; &O0
do do at
BTE T . a-.. et k hrm, and the demand good at
6870e for 1 r.e.
BARLEY There is a good demand for prime fall at
aad for choice lots $1 is obtalueJ. The lower
grades are dull. Sales 200 bush choice tall at $1. -
HAT The receipts are light, and the demand good,
and pr.ces advanced to $16 50 per ton for prune Tim
othy in bales, on arrival.
CHEESE The demand is good and the market firm
at 6KC for W. K., aud 10c for Hamburg. Sales 100
bis W.R.at yc.
BU ITER P line freah is searce and iu demand at
15S 1 So for central Ohio aud W. R.: comiuou Is duU at
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
MrenguieiiiDg Cordial and
Ths Greatest Bemedy In the World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entific and Vege
procured by the
distillation or Roots,,
Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Dock, Blood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters In
to Ita composition.
The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex.
tracted by my now
method of distilling,
. wvuu,iug m ueu
m&cioua, exb iterating
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
tneaMeaaea Bytsieiu. ana restoring tne SICK, suffering
and debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFECTCAIXV CCRE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia. Jsat
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of tbe Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blond to tbe
Head, DuU Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, fullness or Weight in tbe Stomach, sour
Lructaltons, Choking or suffocating reeling whea lying
down, Dryness or Yellowness of tbe Skiu and Eyea,
Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain la the small of the
Back, Chest or Side, sudden Bush of Heat, Depression
of spirits. Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or
sny Nervous Disease .Hores or Blotches on the skin, and
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Orer a Million of Bottles
Have been sold during tbe last six months, and in no
tiMtance has it railed in giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Me
Lran't Strengthening Cardial will cure your .
No language can convey an adequate idea of the ins
mediate and almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial lu the diseased, aebuitaled and
shattered nervous system, whether broken dowa by
exce&s, weak by nature, or Impaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung organization la restored lo ita
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or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
Will find Mi,-Lean's strengthening Cordial a thorough
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jured themselves by improper indulgence, will aud la
the Cordial a certain aad speedy remedy
" TO IKJS LADIES.
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Is a sovereign and speedy cure for -
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Obstructed or Difficult Mecstmattoa, Incontinence of
I rise or involuntary xnscnarge tnereur, tailing of tbe
Womb, Giddiness, s'ainling and aU Diseases incident, ta
f emales. . .
Those la no mistake About It.
Sutler bo longer. Take it according to directions. It
wiU etimulategBtrengtheaand invigorate you and cause
tne bloom ot neatin to mount your cneek again. Kvery
DOHir ia warranieo to give sauaiactioa.
If your children are sickly, puny or afllictad, Uo
Lean's Cordial wUI make them healthy, fat and robust.
ueiay not a moment, wy 11 ana you will be convinced.
It Is Deltelons to Taste.
CACTIOX. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm npon yon some Bitter, or Sarsapariila
Wash, which they can buy cheap, by savin it is hist
as good. Avoid such men. Ask fur McLean 'setrength
eaing Cordial, and uke aothmg else. It is the only
raaeuy uiu wiu poruy we iuuou tnorwtgujy, ana at
the same tune strengthen tbe system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fitetiu. is a
cnrvain preventive ior vuousra, vnuia sua t ever, t el
low Kever, or any prevalent dueum. It is pat aula
Pries only 91 per bottle, or 6 bottle for $6
J. H. HcLEAV.
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, AtcLeau's Vol
canic uu loninvnt.
Principal Dew en the coraar of Third and Pin Kta
St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY Sc DtMOVTLLE. KaahvUla.
aad all respectable Druggists everywhere.
ARHSTRONG & CO.,
wi auuaii tu
MaahTille, Teniiee. ; f
We have sow oa hand a fall and complete s
sortsaeal of MACH1-VKS. IMPi.KUtVr-i Ar
which we oiler al the very leweat prices:
treslar taw XIllls. double and single ;
Kale's Cider Kill and Ccrn Eheller; , .
- Sinclair's f&aw Cutters; . -.
''' ' . T7keatSrins; " V
KiUert Steel Kows- ?
aplV4T AAfSTXOBia CO.
Dlcbln's Tit xr liooi,
SSOBT STORIES, Jejt resolved aad for sale by
JCEJfYOK st eo.
vsitoleaale V l.etaU Dm
(soocsasoa to m. a. cooncr a oo.)
t erser Btroad and Cherry at. cota,
V,riIX keep always oa hand a" large and- complete
ss.'runent of everything kept ia the Drug tine,
which r; wul aeU as cheap as the chenpest, and aa
guod.as tue best, which we are ready to prove ail the
time and at any tune, day or sight, to the satisfaction
of all good ciliaea irhu will lavor as with a cail and
patronage. . - - JOHX J. Li-CH.
sept l-tf -
oO.OOO Copies already sold.
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f with the Suztutet cf Limitation, ul
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ly, with forms for tvmporitum with
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It Tells Yon Tue Law concerning Pentium and how
to obtain tne, and the FrEmptio
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with other information, apply to or address
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i ' ' t ? J RAINS oi BROWN,
-.j- Wholesale and Retail Ajfniits, Nabrtfla.
&3J by nil DraggUts everywhere.
aogS-dawly - -
HER3CHELL FENTON'8 mode of accompluhlng his
Pupils in the use of the Vioux and Ucrra, is U
the most impulsive and modern schools. For . Is pro
gresslve exoellenos in imparting a '
Knowledge of the Art,
Reference may be obtained of his maans patrons of
this City as well as the musical people throughout the
Tsans For Instruction, Violin.'. $3 per month
. Guitar..... .....IS 44 '
" 44 44 44 .. per session
Addresses may be made at either ot the Music Stores
and at the bt. Cloud Hotel. Applications attended with
tbe strictest and most Immediate punctuality.
Room over the City Bank where he may be found at
X. B. Pianos tuned to order. . aep-lm
APARTXES la a lucrative boslness. Any young
man wllb a few hundred doUars can Cod a part
ner, by addressing at the P. O. Nashville.
Harper's XUgasine tor October,
Just received by . . JOHX YORK st CO.
- Tbe Woaaa ia White. -
Ciesar Birotteaa, Sxstchee of I'arxiiu by Balatc.
' Adventures of Adam's Mountaineer . and Oriaal
Bear Hant of California, illustrated. ;
" for sale by 7 JOHX YORK COv ".1
sebtlS-tf - . : .c 30 L'nton street.
Corn, Flour, &o.
Onf. BAGS prime Corn;
OUU bags Flour; .
4M barrels Flour, (varioas braod-:J
Ia store aad ear sale very low by
ceptl? t., tti-Gtt sictr.jk. a vta
Ofl BAEESX3 Timothy Reed; 7,7
jV) Vt 44 ; BiusGrrsa;tE i
SO 44 . 4jrcaara uraas no; s -.. t & -
2D 44 , Herds Orasa 1 4o: . .. ,
In store and for pais iw by
, aeptil - ncwr MocrifiA ro.
WE will pay the highest market price far feather, .
Beeawax.tteasang, Dried Fruit. Lard, ete., ta
ifher Cash or Orooeries.
KCOS McrHA s CFX
r 4 T LAXD - WANTED 1 i
- -iXD WHOLESALE I ilU rd IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
v Cigars, 'Vnuacvr Sfe., t ; .
Old Scuibon, Old 'ye. Mononffaota. Irish;ari f eoth 1Brh?-kT, Cttrxu.;. Frsncv " ' "
and A'JJjIj Brandies; fort,- Kader-a. Malaga, thaiaftgaa a I Cau; - ; v vJL : --
SjoUihAaad Hollana (rut. and ail other nao g.aao. A..quor tli. x-r
- - founa iu lie Western .tu nay.
HOR.-'fcS, S1CCK, !! W F.. A , TAK X IX i Xl L-VIx i. I UK tSY ,. OUt (.Ot H. or wo Jwu.haf. : i
Will or Iniivimd I.-:?'!.-. i.t f .-h JTicr, wh-n-uie titirs a.- pcrttct. Onripriirf a s 1 be lu fej the .wi.. r
ui' a piocc of liui'l a l-U: ui I.iqui. ticiU.'. Toluuo-, or ?uch ti -wvdhii he w.sy ttlti t, al iAir h t
Cash 1'ricvs, ai.d lat- o-r fj iri -Bth!i-u ra.-!'. r.u-i t..-ti.:r(!f ia laitA. . .1
larties exchanging lruii :Vr iiqi-rors, Ac., ran i t. v.- ;.e t-tnl haount f iL hui uU i ne time, or they cun
dose the trade with of, and order the gorxj- ia btre 11 r-u:u.l tjictitHK, Ld (-ury pay ibe cue third cash pe
ment oa earh order up to iinuary . 161. or we will soil at few twin el for afoiallproiwrtiua, ca.-h. and .t iftii
ensllt on tbe balance-. We -nrt!ntee ur stor!: to i&f
TllE 1IAUNS IlOLSll,
J. T. Barnes & Ca, Proprietors,
TVo. 43. l uion Street.
FVRXtSnfS Meals at all hours, day su l ci.t , n -1
has extensive arranscmi-nts for rcculor s Jtitv oX
Game of every description, Fish, Oytors, the very bett
mes, ui'i .-Tvry oincr anicie 01 luxury wnxu can
possibly be obtained iu XarhviUr-. Tbe house is pro
vided with tho best of Cooks, and the best apparatus
for cooking. Euling Hall fittcJ Bp ia handsome, Cint
fortable style. tyS-tf
tXliPt sS. srgj,-
EATING HO. USE,
cosarer. rnAK ad cat-eitv ?tkekis,
Kashttlle, - .. . TfouMMe.
3. MMOttK, Prctiu-lrtm.
T Ha nado extensire arrauswntnt r.wlw n-eiv-j.
ng or idl the delecacies of the coming sta-Km. of
,,i .t1h nJ 'owl; our OyFters wul l loan tbe
most celebrated beds, llckcls aud condinu nu tnan
ormieaesiaoiisnmenia of Cross "A; IUutkwt-11
jTrrin, wim a larp- onl well select
Excellent COOKS and aiu-ntive Wa.:u?rK, tlie n hol
under Uiesupuriutendiujce 01 that welt known Epicure.
Mr. CHARLtsPICLrii. . .
On and alter tbe loth of Sr-ptctn'oer wo will U pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AXD NhafT.
Railway travelw a wul find thix arrscsvment t their
REMEMBER 1HE METROPOLITAN.
UN ION RESTAURANT
A. k. 4. aoAUii.
Uuio Bt., opp.itc btate 1 Hauh,
r I 'AKE pleasure in informing the putihc that th y
have recently fitted up a fine
Katia? aud Diiuki ix j aloo,
as above. They wiU keep constanliv on hand a good
supply of CAME, OYSTERS, FISH, ta. Th v c
licit a shrae of patrocajfn. Uood cooks an J aw-ntlve
waiters. , n,t3-tf
H. K. FOWLER &
Union Kestaiaunt, S
IVo. 53 Oherrr street,"
HAVTXO always on hand a fine variety o! .-iuiv-.
Fresh Fish,torler Aouso Ltai-ks, M -al,ufall kcd
and variety. Also, every variety of vog tables oa Land
ready and served to order in the best ot" style, would
respectfully invite the attention ol their iru.ud. aud
the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWXUt A CO.
Xo. S3 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Kxpri-- Of
fice, in Colouade Budding. . . juuoC-tl
Shies for frail Vow Ktadv.
-7 7. M&7 -7 O
WE this day ialroduce our TM StrUt olSiIk ll.it,
which. for beauty of finish and elegaucy of ftyie,
cannot be surpanxl. Gentlemen of taste will call ami
select one al t b.u-iii'-nable lint Lmrlum uf
wpll-4f .," Xo 83 Iublic square.
. Tlte Japauei-e Hat. v
ANEW Rtyleof :t Hat, got tip wry fine and !iU
at tbe Hut Empnriuin of
- - - FRAXCLSCO-S,
scptl-tf Xo. 23 Public Squarer
FrcncU Soft Hat.
OCR stock of French Suit Hats is now com Ji-t' . Til
bracing ell cf tbe latest styles, which we h. .nte
the attention of aU. , -A. J. FRANCISCO,
Hatter and Furrier, Xo. 23 Pr.Kic S-nere, Nashville,
The French Ottar Hat.
JCST received a new lot, dirocl impartatioa of tlirc
popular UaU, so much admired, coasistiug of the
Black and Drab color, whicb, for fineness of fabric, cau
not be surpassed, at the fashHtnable Hat Emporium M
aeptl-tf Xo. 23 Public Square.
The Frencli Pocket Hat.
OF entirely new
design fust received this day
A. J. FKAKCISCO,
tepll-tf No. 23 Public Square.
MOXDAY, SLIT. 3RD, MRS. 1RWIX will ojku a
School 1-ir Girls iu the Basement ot tho Prebyte
rian Church. Edgefield. Arrautfeiaeniahavelw-vnnia.ie
to give a full and Ui.ron?ti Academic atvl I'oilcg iaw
The Lady employed lo liwh lluJifennnotfall to give
tnt ire sat Hfarl inn
Mon. P. F. SAXTEL, a native of France, end a gradu
ate of 'the Royal College ot Alsters, will teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Mon. sauld pre
sents tne best leeUmoniaat from many dl.lingi:iLi:-d
Mr. K. J. Meigs says of MuQ. Ssnlel: '-lie has been
tracbing my son some time, and this practical trial ol
him convinces me that he deserve to be trtwted im
jiicitly as a Teachor of French."
Tbe regular Rates per Session of 11 v n months are 11.''.
S3) and $2.
Mulconthe Piano.. 00
Laua and Greek... .i....,."... .... WW
Modern Languages WW
. Crochet and Needle-work 6 Ou
Pupils will be charged from the time of entering
to tlie end of the Session.. Tue bills will he pay vble at
the middle of tbe Session. au2-tf
HABITS OF I.UOi) S0C1E! .
A Hand Eoolc for L " es and Gentlemen
This is cot, as might be inferred , a collection 01 set
(erms,cer('monies.poiiita of etiquette, tiad cocren
lionaiisms... WrUten by a pemn well conversant
with tbe world, and, withal, a deep t.ilaii-, a vaga
rcaseaer, and a correct moralist. II will be 'onto a
standard work oa Habit and Mat-tiers, sad iu Cr l
u way int every library. For sale by
JOHX YORK a Ct'., "
-"' Xo. M rs on stieo
(if Ibe most Popular &nl Cfntvo'rut
..: t : Institnticns J . f . : ..
leulcal lilsitensary '
Consulting f ooms,
On DenderlettV eet.
N AfellVriaLK, T R N JK ssK Jfci.
THS Ietor tttrttlf Is an l rrct:t;oorr.f-m
tbe old and th'roiiciry, being already 15 years
ia America, fcavic manfully aad tncorahiy . ur
mounted ail theUlaisof tha ttv uut id, and but
tled aad eoaquored death at tlie whlr rece ol iis
uses of our differeiit'climaies.ccin SLd North, so
tint the ftmo ef his success In the Vr.a'menlof fro
eral and private dmeaaes is indisputable, fsr wbich
he has the most reliable references.
.'peclai attantiba paid to d iaeases a Fetpalcs and
ChiidreB,and much gratification he leels, in funer
al, by beiag entrusted with desperate vtf?i, fur u
Illustrate bis eAUL. UetseneverMustwItbtheAmerv
can, French and Vennsa UBgua, and always
cey to tender his advice and servri w'.th -.iiiie.
p oi. rnnwirntitT Tt-rti and discretion. ' . 1 .
Persona at a distance may have his savie sat
BtMheinea by eoesalting him thmvA lettor, inrlos
Bg a ia, " Posi-offlce tu.x No. S3a. - it
Hit Family ReSlrtoBcei North Market street. .
'"inel3-tf - - -4i -". '- -.
Hxtra Fine Corn Iileatf Z.
AS additiosal Strppry Just received pcrfiloewosd
Ah, fifty barrels of the cheapest Food fc frwc
in the markM. BENJ. F. SHIELDS a CO.,
'tnsl 1 1t Xo. HI tiikgs street.
qv dascan ii- fc;nd in the Wctem cout-trv .
C. II. TYL1K to.
XO. IT MAiULT sTKLr.T, ft. L( IS, taSooTJiti
t j. s i i. Cliaucery
aalet : "
Majnr Works' farm fur salt.
IJl'RSt'AXT to a decree it the Chancwry rwrt
XAshvilte, ill liic case .f Surah D.
Pj b'i and othT.4. 1 will proceed to es
oa Tuesday, Vfl October, lti0, the larm
lyiujr ua llio notlHm 01 the rin v
3 Bl h ll. lil the ci! , iud know 11 .is the
il iK-r Work and b.tci.t ly Litu i Wm. 1
- laji.Ms. Sak- t'r.e una reucn.j..n, u -f!,
12. IS and 24 ui- nths, wiu " uu
to uive ut-tes itit aj5ovwl sirnntr bim
tiuiuM. , .'. F. GLTA"
. P"lt4-t 1
f iBOai i r-H Et-xtcj'or S,tU
rjlThCAXT t . a J.xa-ee ot tho Chan
A. Xashv-:.- iu Uwca3orWK.lU'
v. utburmo al iin and -tbers, 1 w:
i tkt premi". t n"itfn'i. tke 10?.4,
iU the Real l'.-im.- ( hb ibe 1 "
iiid pt9espi-d : tlie ih omsini
i ot. on Warrea ptie., 7 14
Lt on Jn-trsoti r-t-'-i t oO.'i Uvt.
JtlTerson -iret-t, in McGarmk's A
ttiL-h A Whitest u-V a;tiiliOii. N - t
to t( to be rvmunii by purchaser.
tER- 1 . .ma 3 yi-uri r . w .
Poiki1 sec-it' --: luirede- "
Allhi. - '
pvi:-c.o.Tr u no 7 . ,
jl . Xa-sh'. U.e, itt the ei. . .'. ,
H 1 Ulliol Yount. il--'J. t.
ln-irt and rrodito!.; tn -ui.l a
to h oa tim levuu.-'ii, vn ..
ttial thie :trnt4 fit- vl
luiU tio.ti this i-ity,-u .bit-".- - . :. 7
acn-r.anS iui rxivlk-tit ii j
upu it. ....... v
'to M Crrnil of S, IS aa
ccl. Xott-s iih ct ortru.-';.
pn!c.a!id lien reuiuctl.
See hand billn J. I -
J.S Nr-tnis vT :
AuIXn "IL. Ol tu
:. h?lSy auii . .. . . a.
t' irt-hoti.-, ir. utc, ,.r
lSW. 2v rJaven L-. li.iii;nig to tf
ltK. j Miti li luonths
mrciuS;r to rice their u-lo 1
rifl.s ami payable tn Hank.
At the fitnilv rralttr-nre. In EJ-eCi'1.1,
IDA L-ctt.'ter, 1MM.1 will ad! all the FuniHut
Lii.Sd k-rsocl propi-tr. of every CcM-rlptRni t j
hihi-j,t biJd-;rs. .ix tt.oaths' credit dh ...
Eoli-j to l-e jayalf!e in Ban'-: ur.d to bo well iv . 1 1 jl.
r-t-t when the purrb.x--r aimmnto to ltui. thaa i 100, ir
v iiic h c;ip tli - r-li will be r)iiirr-l.
.O-U. . . .. . J. L. r, C. A. A.
3 Nrvy CT the Miik Yotin-f .-Kt'fvr talc
PITSCkSX to a di-crre the ChanixTy Court at
X;uvii. in tho case of .lank It. and Jnb Yw Jr.
Adir-i-'s oi ll i.k Youcg.di".-'. !..!. Kidbcth Yo- ni ni
!'. v. I v u.a.-:l ait tun Cjiirt ho.ise, in Nu'j. . un
.1U:!-x?, 0&e.- 20.A. 1!. the fol.oaring Sivi toe
wit: S::in, Kaany ana Liward.
TiKS- 1 m-nt'.s' credit without intre, ncitor twy
ai.-!e in Bar;, u- '.-"Khgood fvrMlfce-uriiy -x. . d
.Bv-m-4-d- . J. 11,1J'U SS.C. A. M
An aperient and stomas hie preparation ef
LT10N purified ef Oirygen and Carbon by e-
tastlon in Hydrogen, of higa mefiir' -ity
and extraordinary efScacy in e&
following complaint!, viz. :
tjebtlity. fervotts affect! 'j.
ctation, dyspeps;a, mafzza.
P4.T10N. .'VJROITJI A. SALT L.3r7f
JAUNDICE. LriXa 7VQX2ulHT
TISM. MEKCra'AL CONSHCTAj'c'E
Mrrrzirr tevzz- KX9ik.--.ni
HEADACHES. i'EMAT-r WEAI
JfEN3TRTJAT F W hJTK3, CHL01
Pi'-TPLES I'ACZ, U0X7GK
XHESKII?, ti - - ' r
Tho IEOX b-. iny absorhed by th- -thus
circulating irongh the wh4'
part of the body ct escape th
Ths experience ef thousands
no preparation ef Iron can for
comnarM with it. Impurities
pression ef ital eerry, p"
sickly com', txr . ' lndicf
most evary c vl
remaie aeoirn.. : - -effects
are ilolijih. -has
ever been discci
of mad icine, which ex
aTid.'ullyrestoraiivsefffect' " '
plcte digestioa,- raid acqu - ;. '
witt aa unusual diKWitie '
cheerful exercise, imnie- is .
As a grand stomachic r.u.r . .
it has so superior and a:
Put np tu neat xtAt r. . : .
ftO rtlls. prtee 9 -eif! J - '
t) 5U; one boun iHitt.
Irujrcste frenrrally. IVIU I
msiy .'IdrcH mi recelp " ire
tere, enters --. avr'
tab I on eas-h txtx.
i dee2!-4riwly -
Snprious American Watcl
We are erehly iuiiirnuvi that swine of tue Jo -e'.m-a
of Xashvilie arc seeing counterfeit and itnitat'.oa r
iran Watch.'v, u" eaatne ariicto, nmarlicvired at
WaHham, Ma&i.' .
It Is hard!y r.onb ry to Mate thkt acch Watcheears
perfectly worthless a.i tlme-VtepGrs; and'wea bought
fir c'Suine are calculited to icjure the h!h rept-t UijO
wliichc ir watch s have plained. We therefore ut
t'.on t;e public against bj mg our watches fro.n ac
pe,-.n who i .-.n-1 fir a ah a certiucAte ot gBui-i as
fbr every watch :f Ted fr sale, bearing the ujnbrf
the wilch and bnU.ro of the Trcatarur of te
Company, K. E. Rul.1 -. ' We also bng to m.rm those
who deal in the sparks rticlc, that legal proceed fags
will be instituted agaui&i hru, npua any well authea
tkatod lastance of their 1- U eg a cocntcrfeit or cotora
bk imitai.wj'ti i4 any ef v .- -iroiiucraaite: this notice.
,- j -PtTtio Ame: n WatchCo.
' R0BEIN3 4k Aiv'ET0,, Age ta,
k-igCe-daTia, .4 183 Bndway, Xe Yu.-k.v
Tennessee & A!aii3ii V
X and Aflr MONDAY gnPlbl3T3 litth.lSSO, the
Morniog Tram, goio Kouta, id fcave aomivu-
at J5 A.M., instead ot 4:1. : ' 7, .
Throuith Tiets given to Deeatar, .rnd Jnarla,
and Memphis. Only sevto miles Stag tag -
The txmo from Nashville to Dee-tur, OraadJune
lion, and Memphis w iU be 1 h'tur and 1 la.O'.u lea
th.ahyany ot iter route. '.' I'. 7 "
E,tuhiiiig. the Train from Memph. J"11
and Decur. wid an-ie al NaMivuie at 4 T. M-.eoe
hotir s wuier than by any w tM s. -v-4
eeptS-tf ' i;-rr-
Th Evetim,,- Train U ve al p cS. P. M-,
heretofore. ' . 'V
TAc-om ncd Sept.- lO
THE TaWK Coffe and K14 v,. 7
P.U3 ..3 -1