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nORS'S SILVER BAND !
TEE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BANT) IX
THE CITY, will attend to all rails for music both at
kcm S abroad, giving entire salxfactka or bo
'harge. The Baud is composed of.
w:th a complete set of new silver Instruments. -
Afl calls br music, (or funerals, pic nics, serenades
and Jubil-- wul be attended to promptly.
W. L. HORN",
Manager and Conductor, .
nprtTjly 15 South College st.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUBE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TOCXQ KEN who are suffering fronv-the eoecU of
J. youthful indiscretion can be surely and prriua
KrctJ restored by using the
; ' '- OK .
A Efintdj of Crtat and Certain Fowfr.
This remedy b pat p in small viali,andean be sent
by mail to any addresa. A trial will satisfy. Cae it
a wee, and yoa will experience a great benefit. A
circular containing fall particulars sent (tree) on appli
cation. Price per bottle $1.
One bottle will lost a month.
S. B This remedy is suitable tor either sex.
Addrens, - K- CRUOER, Medical Ageut."
ptiyZl-tt 47 Broadway, New York.
Jloyal Havana Lottery.
The following numbers drew the principal prizes in
the drawing of September 13ih, 1S60 :
Soa Prises I Xos Prizes I No Prizes
4,343 $100,000 I 20,509 $30,000 I UA71 110,000
13,1s 50,000 j SicH -JO pOO
Numbers 151; 391; 644; 1445; 1445; 1726; 4471;
5045; 5118; &i2Z; 6539; 7200, 8535; 6SW; 10,742; 10,
810; 10,25; 13,545; 13,796; 14.030; 14,499; 14.595;
15J2S; 14,570; 16048; 18,821; 18,13 ; 13,568; 20,498 ;
20,645; 20,729; 20,994; 21432; 21,735; 21348; 22,231;
22,349; 23,284; 24,073; 24J52; 24,212; 24359; 25376;
Jt2Z9; 27,529; 27.7M; MiKO; 23.097; 29,229; 29314
f 1000 earn.
from the Pros, Philadelphia, October 7, 1&9.
rusos's Puraxxo Ui.rx Tj have a favorite
piece o( china chipped or broken, a pet book with iu
binding torn, a nice piece of furniture fractured, is a
terrible and temper-destroy ing nuiaaace. Not without
resaedy, as we can testify. Mr Spaakling, who adver
lUeu his Prepared Glue in "The Prea" to-day, sent us
some of it yesterday. We devoted two hours to its
practical application result, two carved chairs com
pletely restored, many odd and ends of china and
KtaaS made fit fcr tie a tattered may made as good as
new, several deguemotype cases renovated, and an
eld folio edition of Herodotus and nomer printed in
the year 1500, whose antique board (literally boards)
were split, made strong enough to last for another
century or two. We might bare mended any quantity
of children's broken toys, but caved in after an nour
at the worst of them. This Prepared Glue, which to
a liquid about as thick as glue, and applied by a brush
which accompanies each bottle, is so indispensable in a
noose that we now wonder bow we could have gone
without it. ocll-2w .
- A dogs. As the hot seven is approaching, every
perjoa should prepare their system for the change, and
there a no remedy so applicable as "McLeans strength
ening Cordial snd Eiood Puri fler." It will purify the
biood thoroughly, and at the same time streocthen
and invigorate the whole organization. The immense
quantity of it that is 3oid daily, is proof enough of its
great virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the blood. We say to all, try it: It is de
litkJiu to take. See the advertisement in another col-
We would call particuial -attention U McLean's
notice in another column. We add the foQewing from
thet. Louis Herald, which speaks volumes in its
L.vor . We say to ail give it a trial :
-We take especial pleasure in recommending Mc
Lean's celebrated Strengthening Cordial a3 an invalua
ble remedy for general debility and weakness. We
have seen it tested in a circle under our own immedi
ate obaervatios, and can. vouch for its efficiency and
worth. It i3 an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, as it is certainly an invaluable
medicine, ree the advertisement in another column.
JCiT received and for sal at lowest price?, an artdi
tiuoal ropplv of. Fruit Jars and Cans, say
dux. Willoaghby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 44 44 2 quart
4s ' Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Also, on hand 200 dox. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
quarts' lor snaltng up, all warranted.
Al 14 bhls. best Cfcar Cool Oil, at lowest price by
tMrelL J- WII.SGN,
1 hive sold out my entire interest in the flrui of
Kirholsuo. A Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist him
him In winding up the business of the old firm, and
solicit for him a cent inuaucc- of the patronage bestowed
the eld firm. I- C. NIQH0LS0N.
Ia order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, be
fore receiving new Goods, for a short time T will offor
my entire stock at cost , for cash. t
July 2.1W0 DAVID HCMPlIRET.
f m ft I For the INSTANT RELI and
d O 1 U Jl kf rEEMANENT CCRE of uis-
. tresmg complaint uce j
IMadeby C. B. SEYMOCK : CO., 107 Naac srwa,
N. T. Pricefl per box; sent free by pt
FOR SALE AT ALL DP.UGGISTS.
jol ABwanoe- - tsnxxsos. x. r. rows De"-
EDWARDS, GILRESOS &. CVO.
(CHXSaSOXSTO JO.tWt M,)
Corster of Clles and Church ate-,
Wbekaalc iroccri and I'ommmioB
AKD OKALKK8 I5i
Fiat JJra lilies, Winrs, Cigars, Tobacco, fcfi
IIOLSE. SICS 1XB 0BXA5OTAL PAHTE
No. IS Nor A Market atret,
Opposite Myers, Hunt fc Co.'s Carriage Shop.
0T All orders from tie city or country attended to
wua promptness and deepalch. septll-tf
-A.. S. DTJVX.
D K X T 1 S T., .
No. 8 Cherry SJr.e.ei,
. Johnson & Treanor,
No. 6 Union Street,
HypyTT1 T- F EXXON'S mode of accoaiplishing his
pupils in the use of the Vmlu and GcrrAK, is ut
Ute most impulsive and modern schools. Fur a u! 1J
greMlve exceUeace ia imparting a
- Knowledge of the Art,
Pjefereace may be obtained of his numerous filnmz cf
thia Cit as well as the musical people throughout the
TZ'Koc utruction, Violin prr month;
m - tioiur 44
u ,t :..40 pr Hessioa
jUdresrt may be made at either of the Music Store
anlat thl- tWd Hofl- Applications aiirtuled ut
ttuttrict and most immediaie punctuality.
ttoooTovVr the City Bank where be may be found at
lk Piano" 10 t. P3-
APABTNEB la a lucrative business. Any young
Bji Willi a few hundred dollars can find a part
lddnlug IaSa at the P. U. Jj-
Corn, Flour, &c
Oflrt B.VCS prime Corn;
oUUsi)ttrir; - . . ;
. barrels Flour, (various brandrj
rt n,!R ,-rt!.e rtiot iimMe heiborh.. J
A S H V I L L E,
TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 2, I860.
"itOCK CITY MILLS.
"Bell'' Flour in ban $ . in half bags $
Old Hitkorv do 4 26. " 2 15
Eagle do " 3 60; " -- 1 bti
Mixed Braa, per 1000 Its., one dollar. ,
Corn Meal, per buaU-1, 1 00.
DeliTered tu all paru of the city, sept 21-ly
MOVtSEMS OP THE RAILROADS.
Departure of Paaaenser Tialns.' '
Nasanu k CHATtAjrooo 4 A. M., 3 P. M.
Tmawi k ALaaaaa 5 :1S A.M.. StOO P. M
Locthvuls Nashtiux 5:0O A. M.,iSO P. X
'- " GallatinExpress4:30P.M'
Kdckftkld A Ki-rrccxT 6x30fA. M., 12:30 1. 14j
Arrival of Passenger Trains.
Numviixg A Chattasooga fi P. M., 8 A. M.
Tpxetinc A ai ttnn-lOtQO A. M. 4:00 P.M.
Lorravnxa A XaSHvnxx 3iOa A. M.,2tlfi P.M.
" 44 GaUatin Express 9:1 0 A. M.
EKiraxs k Kxxtcckt 8:30 A. M-, 6t46 P- u-
The members elect of the Bo&rdu of Coan-
cilmen and Aldermen met ia their respctive
TlalU at 11 o'clock A.M., yesterday, for Ifce
parpose of organizing.
Id the Common Council, on motion ilr.
Craiglientl wa callcl chair temporial-
The oath ot oflice wa-i adaiiaifctired Hie
mcm'jer cloct hj Recorder Glenn.
The Council then went iuto the election ot
Pre ident, and on the 10th ballot, Mr.
George W. Darden, ot the Third ard, was
declared duly elected. Oataking the chair.
Mr. Darden, in a few appropriate remarks,
thanked the Board for the honor they had
conferred upon him.
The two Boards then met in convention fur
the inauguration of the Mayor and the elec
tion of City Treasurer. The oath of office
was administered to Mr. Cheatham, the May"
or elect, who then proceeded to read his ia-
aagural address, as follows
To the CVy Council:
Rr.vn sur.v : TTavin!-' Lcen called, at the
recent election, by the voice of the constim-
f X - L T 1 1 . .A ........ m n .ocnnneilklu
nnuitinn nf Iptrialatora and snardians of the
interests of the city, and having assumed the
various official positions consequent ujjuu
nnr uiloxtinn hv tho nnnle. it becomes mv
Aatv ma the hpad of the Executive Depart-
J ... . . , -. - r
man, in anhmit In vnu toe COUOIUOU 01
municipal affairs, and to suggest such a line
of policy as I hope, with your co-operation,
will redonnd to the advancement, prosperity
and interest of the Corporation and our fellow-citizens.
As this is by far the moet important de
partment connected with our trust, and
without which our labors were useless I
hope that each of you, as I shall, feel bound
by the highest obligations, to guard, nurture
aud protect thia department with all the zeal
and ability that we, jointly or separately,
can give remembering that our first duty to
those who have elevated us, is to do them the
greatest good at the least possible expense.
The early period, fince my election, at
which I am called upon to fubmit this com
munication to you, nan renderedit impossible
for me to etaie with reliable accuracy the
exact indebtedness of the city, or the sources
and amount of revenne. These you will find
stated more in detail by relerenee to the re
port of the Fiuance Committee, Recorder
and Treapurerubm"Ut-d too late to be pub
lished ; and, after such time as will give me
the opportunity to thoroughly examine these
maiiers, I will, from time to time commu
nicate auch information as your duties and
th public welfan demand.
Let me ask you. centlemen. through your
Committees, to examine with scrutiny into
ha nMi nf each deoartmeiit. into all
propositions for improvements, coming from
wnat quarter tney may, uemauuiu
oenditure of money, and which, when corr-
pleted.-do not add to the convenience aud
comfort of all but tne lew.
For ithe reasons above stated, it is not ex-
tuWcuI that T ahnntd or could refer ia ton
communication to each department, or pro
pose lor your consiaeratiou tutu tuuj
mo avnarionra fnr ten vpftrs as sl member cf
your City Government would incline me to
suggest, l snail, nowever, uervaiicr thu
pleasure submit to you in aetait uie ikhs j.
anturlain nt th varina flenartmentS. And
particularly do I call to your consideration
now, as l snail more mmuwiy in me imuic,
the changes which experience and the public
demand, in relation to the organization and
operation of the public schools. There is
also another Eubject which has hitherto been
the object of but little attention on the part
of the legislative department of the city. I
allude to the enforcement of the laws ot the
Slate relative to free negroes, and the execu
tion of snch city ordinances as have been or
may hereafter be enacted, governing and
controlling this population, and particularly
repressing their imigr.ttion to our city,
which lias already increased to a fearful ex
Trusting, gentltmen, that harmony may
pervade your deliberations, as I know the
interest of our city will be guarded and
watched by each of you. let each and all of
us brins to the discharge of our respective
duties a"determination that shrinks from no
labor or responsibility the exigencies may de
mand, in the fulfilment of the trusts with
which we have been honored.
Voors very respectfully,
R. B. Cqeatham, Mayor.
At the conclusion of Mr. Cheatham's ad
dress, the convention went Into the election
of City Treasarer, when Mr. Joel W. Smith
was re-elected without opposition.
The Convention then adjourned, aud the
members of the Board of Aldermen retired
to their HalL
After the appointment of one or two com
mittees, the Council aojourned to meet next
BOARD OF ALDERMEN.
The roll was called, and the members elect
took the required oath or omce.
Tho Chairman nro teni. Aid. Cox. then de-
clved that nominations for presiding officer
were In order : v nereupon.
Mr. McGinnia nominated Mr. Horn,
if lirion nominated Mr. Cox.
The vote being taking, resulted. Horn 5,
Cox 2, and toe lormcr was ueciarea uui v
elected President for the ensuing term.
Mr. Horn, on taking the chair, returned
thanks for the honor conferred.
Mr. Cox moved that a committee be ap-
;nwi tn aft in cnnianction with a similar
committee from the Common Council, to draft
rules for the government oi tne two ioaius
dttTHr, the present term, which was adopted,
and Messrs. Cox and Ilurley appointed.
On motion, the Common Council was in
formed that tho Board of Aldermen ww ready
for the transaction of business.
On mo tion, a recess was taken.
A measatre was receivea irora tne ioramim
Council that they were ready to meet tne
Board of Aldermen in couieuuuu.
Water WorU.-Uoni, Hill, bhane.
.xvrs Uintoo. Uooper, Mcrerran. Dar
den. Cheatham. Yarborongb, Hill, iian-hH-.
Wharf.--Mcuinnis, am-i.-, icuui-....
&Aooi. Brien, Bell, Bhan.
Dtrxntnunt.Cox, Bell, Darden.
Gat. Maxey, Meigs, Bmlie.
, Owfcry. llaUiher, Hurley, Hagey.
Ar-oUJ. Thomas, Llorl-y, Haey.
fTorJ!;-oM.--McFerran Cheatham, Craig
head. , , ,
Slave. Hurley, Yarborongb. Max-y.
Police. Darden, Creighton, Horn. .
iferMi.-Crelghton, Brien. Hill. . .
tnprovtmerds and Expmdtturt.'eW, Paul,
llapital. Brodie, niuton. nooper.
PvOie Property. FauI, Cux, Creighton.
Thk Theatre. Mr. J. B. Roberts made
his dtiut last night, and gave us a lonch of
Richard UI. before very decidedly the largest
and most fashionable audience of the season
We tmw Mr. Roberts last night for the first
thnc We will not say that he "came up to
our expectations," lor he did not, by at least
an octave and a half. But perhaps we ex
pected too much. It is very likely we did.
lie is a good actor, however, and wbea
"Richmond" had run Lis sword through him,
and be bad died with sufficient effect to bring
down the Louse, and tha curtain had fallen,
the Irrepressible element rthftauditory call
ed Lim to the foot-lights . and demanded of
him a speech, which he gave Ibera quitejr la
To-oicht be playt llamlet, Rnd he will play
It, well veotare to say, better than be plays
I rwr ocrsy
Frescs, GzBxtAJr, Spanthh, Latdt, and Ital
iax with oct a Master. By A. H. Moo
teith. Philadelphia: T. B. Peterson and
The object of thia book is to enable stu
dents to acquire a knowledge of the lan
guages mentioned without a teacher. Ia a
commendatory notice, the Literary Editor of
the Philadelphia Press saya of the work:
"There is no royal road to learning; but
where the learner heavily dragged oa his
lumbering way in former time, be aoW baa
n-w truck and wunderlul engint. which
greatly facilitate bis progress. Study this
book carefully, and yoa can acquire near half
a dozen language iu the time usually wasted
upon the imperfect acquisition of one. Sadly,
as well as wisely, did Milton write, 4 We do
amiss to spend seven or eight years in merely
scraping together as much Latin and Greek
as might be learned easily and delightfully
lu one year.' John Locke. Sydney Smith,
and other great schulats, bear like testimony.
'Monteith's book, here before as, professes
to make any one of reasonable capacity and
suitable industry, read, write, aud speak five
languages (four of them living tongues)
without any assistance trom a teacher. Elian
Burritt's case shows bow intellect and the de
sire to learn, can make a man master the
principal dead and living languages. This
book, and a real desire to learn the language,
will enable a student to teach himself French
in an incredibly short time; and so with the
other languages. The Messrs. Peterson con
fer a great benefit on society by publishing
For sale by John York Jb Co.
- We had in onr mind's eye an article
prepared in regard to the Fair, but in perus
ing the Nashville Patriot, we found some
thing from the pen of the local editor
of that paper, which supercedes the ne
cessity of our "burlesque" notice. The reader
will find it on the next page It will be ob
served that the writer gives our town a sort
of ironical "diz," with a few slight mistakes
on his part. The population ot Franklin is
now at out 900, and some of ber streets are
Macadamized. Franklin (A"y-) Banner.
We very seldom make mistakes; but when
we do, it affords us the most heavenly sensa
tions to correct them. Franklin Is a pretty
little town we never said it was n't and
when "Old Gax" is in the corporation we've
no doubt the population runs up to 900.
When we put it down at six or seven hun
dred, we did n't count him at all, which ex
plains the mistake. We did n't deny that
'some of her streets are Macadamized." On
the contrary, we expressly said they vrtre
Macadamized with red clay.
fff"A week or so ago Mr. Thos. Coffet
of the saloon known as "the Imperial" on
Deaderick street was robbed of a sum of
monev and a man named ack Shepherd
Jwas suspected of having been the rob
bs. He left the city immediately after
the robbery, and Mr.'- r)o ffet and one
of the tocef" of the city went in
pursuit of him. When they reached Louis
ville they found that he had been arrested aud
placed in jail to await a requisition from the
Governor of Tennessee. Mr."C6FFKT descri
ed the money which had been stolen from
hint and on searching Shepherd, a ten-dollar
gold-piece and a number ef bills answering
Mr. C.'a description were found hid in the lin
ing of bis coat. All of the stolen money, how
ever.waa not found Shepherd was brought
to Nashville and lodged in jaiL On Sunday
last, the jailor's suspicions were aroused from
some caue, and, searching bis prisoaer, a
conplf of cas-knives, one of them faahioned
into a very effective saw for cutting iron
bars, nd concealed in his boots.
The indications are that Mr. Shepherd is
destined to do the State some service ia that
extensive public institution or ours, over
which Col. Johnson exereires a special super
intendence. Shootixo Affair ox Cedar Street. A
Utile after 8 o'clock yesterday morning, Ce
dar street, between Cherry and the Public
Square, was the ' scene of quite a spirited
shooting affair, in wbrch some eight or' ten
shots are said to have been fired, and in which
two of the parties involved were wounded.
The affray was between Messrs. James M.
ILywkins and Thomas MoCall on the one
part, and Mr. Kosset Branch on the other.
It is understood that the former were the at
tacking party, and that the difficulty grew
out of seme matter connected with the mu
nicipal election of last Saturday. ;
Mr. Branch was shot through the arm and
in the abdomen; Mr. McCall received a shot
in the leg just below the thigh. Neither, we
believe, is considered dangerously hurt. Mr.
Hawkins escaped untouched
Seventh and Eighth "Wards Clcb. We
are requested to say that the Bell and Everett
Club of the Seventh and Eighth Wards will
hold a meeting to-night, and that a general
attendance is desired, as business of impor
tance is to be transacted.
As the municipal elections are over, the
members of th'e Club can turn their attention
to the affairs of the canvass, and it in hoped
that they will not flag.
Dissolution op Copartnership. It will
be seen from a card in another column that
the firm of Kirkpatricx, iNkvins & Co. baa
been dissolved, M. & E. Kirxpatrick having
retired from the concern.
The business will be carried on at the old
stand by the remaining partners, Nevtns,
Keith and Brother, under the style and firm
of Nevins, Keith 4 Co. Tbey will keep coa-
6tantly on hand a very large assortment of
every article in the wholesale grocery line,
and will offer the best of inducements to the
retail trade. We heartily commend the bouse
of the new firm to grocery dealers through
out the country.
Mr. J.'B. Napier, of this city, has
handed us the aubj oined card for publica
To the Editort 0fthe Daily Patriot.
Gentlemen : The new BreckInridge-De-mocratie
Military Company in this city, the
"Lane Guard?," did me the honor at a late
meeting, to elect me Orderly Sergeant of the
Company. I thank them for that honor most
heartily, but I am compelled to decline it,
as it is my unalterable determination to vote
at the approaching Presidential election for
John Bell and Edward Everett.
Nashville, Oct, L J.B.Napier.
Literary Papers and Periodicals.
Regularly every week F. Haoan Sl Co.,
College Street, receive 1 large supply
oi all the most popular literary papera, and
every month all tha best periodicals. They
have a very largo assortment of books, sta
tionery, Ac, Co., at wholesale and retail.
The immortal " Old Gas," of the
Franklin (Ky-) Dtmocralie Banner, was In
town yesterday, wearing a new pair of boott
and looking extremely interesting.
Death op Mr. A. M. Dcnn. We learn from
the Galveston Xete that Mr. A.M. Dcnn died
recently at Richmond, Texas, of consump
tion. Mr. Drs.H vu native of ITantavUle.
Ala hiB father John K. Dcxs, Esq., having,
ne VP aflro. been a prominent citizen of
that olace. The deceased was an amible, In
telligent young gentleman, and, since 1843,
we believe, had been connected with tha
press of hia adopted State. We knew him
from infancy to manhood, and parted with
him reeretfallT when he left to try : bis for
tune amongst strangers. It gives us pleas
ure fo know that he made friends, and gained
the good will of the community In which he
lived ; and we grieve with bit sorrowing re-
latioos over hit early death.
Yocnw Hakdznq ciscaARaxD. RoaxRT
Habixo was examined on yesterday before
Fsqulres Eoskrtsos and Patterson-, upon the
charge of killing Mr. Eoottkn, and was
discharged. The case turned mainly upon
the dying declaration of the deceased which
was ia sabstauce as follows: I was watch
ing my field; mux persona had been stealing
my otto.. Mr. Harimno came up to my fence
and stopped. I asked what we waa doing
there. He said it was none of my bus ioesa.
I came at him with a rock. He knocked me
down with Lis pistoL I rose and came at
him again with the rock, when he shot me.
I th ought he was going to steal my corn."
The case seemed to have been one of mis
take on the part of both parties. The affair
took place about dark. Mr. Harding's state
ment is that he thought the deceased " waa
trying to rob him. It appeared in evidence
that Harding's facea nd neck were scratched,
which shows that the deceased must at one
time, ha ve had holt of him.
We direct attention to the Card of
our friends Messrs. Scott & Bros, of St
Louis, Mo., from the fact the name of a
firm of that city,' bears the same name as
that of the senior member of their house,
John Scott, formerly of this city.
James M. Davidson killed. We learne d
last evening that James M. Davidson, the
popular orator, was shot and killed in Fay.
etteviile Saturday night, by a young man
with whom he bad an altercation. We shall
learn the full particulars in a few dys. Mr.
Davidson waa a man of brilliant talents.
We sincerely regret to bear of his death.
Names of Teas and their Significations.
Iu Taylor's Travel in China, the significa
tions of some of the names by which the
different brands of teas are known are given,
which are follows making due allowance
for the changes and corruption they undergo
in form and sound in being Anglicized :
44 Hyson" means belore the rains, or flourish
ing spring" that is early In- the spring.
Hence it is often called "Young Hyson.'
Hyson Skin" is composed of the refuse of
the other, kinds, the native terms for which
mean 44 tea skins." Refuse of a still coarser
description, containing many stems, is called
4 teabones." 44 Bohea" is the name of the
bills in the region where it is collected.
"Pekoe." or 41 Peceo," means "white hairs"
the down on the tender leaves. "Pow
chong" 44 folded plant." Souchong"
"small plant. "Twankty" U the name of
a small stream in the province where it is
bought "Conog" is from a term signifying
labor, " from the care required in its pre
paration. Poverttthe Parent of Fcn. Poverty,
says an exchange, runs strongly to fun. A
man ia never so full of jokes aa when he is
reduced to one shirt and two potatoes.
Wealth is taciturn and fretful. Stock-brokers
would no sooner indulge in a hearty laugh
than they would lend money on a second
mortgage. Nature is a great believer In
compensation. Those to whom she sends
wealth she saddles with lawsuits and dyspep
sia. The poor never indulge In woodcock,
but then they have a style of appetite that
converts a number three mackerel Into a sal
mon, and that is quite as well.
Russell Houston, Eq., and John F.
Hocf-s, Esq., will address the people on the
issues in the pending canvass, at the follow
ing times and places:
Fayetteville, Saturday October 6th.
Tullaboma, Monday, " 8th.
Spiing Hill. Tuesday, 44 9ih.
Mt. Pleasant, Wednesday, 10th.
Pulaski, Saturday, u 20th.
Brownsville, Tuesday, " 23rd.
Summerville, Wednesday. " 24th.
Bolivar, Thursday, 44 25th.
Cleveland, Saturday, 44 27tb.
Benton, Monday, 44 29th.
Athens, Tuesday. " 30tb.
Madlionvllle, Wednesday, " 31st.
Nashville. Sept, 15, 18C0.
The Committee appointed by the State Bu,
reau of the Seventh Annual State Fair of
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewing Machine, find on ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion ; the I. M. Singer, Wheeler fc Wilson, A.
B. Howe, and the Grover & Baker. The first
three named, although differing in construc
tion and 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 of 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 Grover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, of manage
ment, advantage of using thread trom 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 HERIGES, Chairman.
. JO.W. HORTON,
J. W. WILSON,
C. H. WHITE,
JAS. A. WOODS.
- I hereby cetify that that the above is a
true copy of the original decision and award
of the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed, by the Tennessee State
Fair lor 1860.
Sec'y. State Agricultural Bureau.
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
fc Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 48
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
R. H. BROCKWAY,
Proprietor and owner of the Grover k Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee.
Sept, 26-tf. ' '
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad.
r; v: nc" jm '
Nashville to ClarkiTille, IIop
l&insville, Ru8sllville, 4fcc.
CHANGE of time, .
Commencing MONDAY, September 24th, I860. "
Leave Nashville at 620 A at. and 1230 r. u.
Arrive at Ctarksvule lOJO A. a. and 440 r. a.
Leave Clarksvllle at 4 130 a. m. and 3 r. a.
Arrive at Nashville t JSO a. a. and S.44 r. v.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Tail's
Station, Bear Mate line, with Slaughter Co.'s dally
line of four horse coaches for Hopkins v tile, Ky., via.
Trenton, PMnbrake, Ac.
From HopkmsvUle stages leave for Columbus, Ky.,
Paducab, Southland, Eddy viae and Henderson.
The Evening Wain from Nashville makes close con
aectkio at Suae Line with train of Memphis Branch
Railroad to RuweitvlUe, Bowling Green, Ac. - ,
Fare from Nashville te Henderson A4 M. , .- 1
sept 26-tf Chief Engineer, E a K a K.
DO YOU INSURE! :
If not, Insure at once.
N A 8 U . M A U l V
25 College Street,
' Nashville, Tennessee. -
S100 D00 DETOSTTEJl WTTH COMTTROLLER.
$bfl00flQQ CASH CAPITAL REPRESENTED.
- - - PrrviTifia T7fiiitsd. .
K will pay the highest market price for Feathers,
Beeswax. Gensanr. Dried Fruit, Laro.ete., to
either Cache Groceries. . M
septt we HTGH HcCJlEA CO,
New York, Oct. 1. The steamer Gla
gnw arrived at Capa Race yeterduy. with
Liverpool dates, of the 19th The steam rs
Nova Sootiaa and Vanderbilt had arrived
out; the former had bru aground in the
river Mersey. V ,
Cotton sales Monday and Tuesday 16.000
bales ; maiket generstly n tic hanged. The
weather ba been unfavorable lor crop-.
Breadrttaff firm; all qualities slightly ad
vanced. Provisions quiet. Consols 9393?;
salen Wednesday 10,000 bale, closing firm.
- LtverpoolCoi ton sal Wednesday, 10,
000 bis.; closing firm. All qualities slightly
The steamer City of Baltimore arrived out
on the 20th.
From Fort Smith.
; FottT Smith, Oct 1st. Company 'E" La
been ordered to the Augusta-Georgia arsenal.
The California Overland Mail of the 10th
has arrived. News unimportant.
The Sardinians defeated Lamorciere. .115
Sardinians were taken at Perugia and
The steamer Great Eastern has been safely
gridiron d at Milford. "
It is reported that Napoleon was fired up
on by an insane man at Toulon, but it was
averted by a bystander.
London, Thursday Consols 93Ja93J.
Blver News. . .
Locisville. Oct, 1. The river Ls falling
with 3 feet water ia the canal. '
Cinctnxati, Oct.1 Flour very .dull 5 00a
5 10. Whisky 18. Mess pork nominal.
Corn steady 50. Oats 30a 37. Exchange en
New Orleans J pramium.
Cincinnati Produce market.
v; aTCRD at, September 29 P.M.
' IZMIR A contained duU tut tmautot. The
demand is quite limited, but holders are not willing to
make any concessions. Hales of 1,900 bbU at S5&S
10 for super tine; $5 15(2)5 25 Tor extra; $5 S0S)i bO
for white wheat, and $5 60 to (o 20 lor lanc brands.
WHISKY No change; sales of 00 bbls at 18,'i
18 ?ic the taller rate Ur wagon.
PKOYISIONS Nothing of importance doing, and
prices are nominally unchanged. Mess Pork retail
lug at $17 75a:18; bacon at bc, llc, and 13ic.
OIL A sale of 20 bbls linseed at 57c.
GROCERIES A moderate demand iu tbc regular
wty, at full prices. Sugar, 8f394c;c--.netf, 15ai5,"c,
aud mol&tseg 4a-4Jc.
WHEAT Wheat Is dull, but we hwe no change to
notice in prices, and continue to quute at $1 lufcU 12
for prime red, and $1 15.S1 lu for priu.e white.
Sale 1,000 bush .prime red at SI 12: 300 do prime
white at $1 11; 250 do do do at SI 15.
CORN Ear is Jn go--d demand, andT.&rm at 500, in
bulk. Shelled is steady at 5"fS)59c 'for mixed aud
wuite; including sacks. Sites iHO bush ear, in bulk,
OATS are steady anil in fair demand at Sic. in
RYE is firm and in good dtmuid at 7 Jf3)71c. Sales
1200 bushels at 70c.
BARLEY There is a tiir demand for prime to
choice Fall at 95(31 tl i the common grades are uull .
H A The demand is good and prices advanced
50o per ton; we quote priu.e timothy at $17 iu bales
CHEESE The market is Orru.witii a good demand
at Ust quotations; sales 78 boxes W. R. ut 9,'c. -
BUTTER Prime frseh is scarce aud iu good de
maud at 162)16 lor Central Ohio aud W. R ; common
Is dull. -., r
St. Lonlt Market.
St. Lore, Sept. 29 V. 11.
FLOUR The demand is cocflned to reta lcrs' lots
and for bags on orders. Country brands aie quite
dull. Sale of 1,000 bbls city superfine ou private
terms, 75 bbls choice do $ 25; luO do fancy $i 40.
150 do tancy S5 60;. 100 do country super $1 a5 ou
board; 60 do choice super 25 10; 7o do low grade S4
60; 40 do fine $4; 200 bags city fancy $'J 75; 150 do su
per Si 65; VI go country extra i 45 fl bug-
WHEAT The market for superfine grades of fall
was heavy, and prices low.-r, wme prime and choice
waa barely sustained. There wjs a good deal of
common spring and club on the market, which went
at a uecline; b. st qualities club about the Sume as on
Wednesday. Niles embrace 800 bags mixed and poor
spring at 1,450 do good tpnng at 85o; 400 do
prime and 1 ig iO(395c; lJSi do common
and good i . vy.u.; 2 2-0 do prime and choice
club 11 t-.'v ; 55 do poor fall 9b(S 05; '.00 do
fair red $1 10.j,t 12i; 252 do prime red $1 17,V 27
do SI 20; l.biJ do cuuice red aud white $1 231 27,
CORN The demand was good and prices steady .
Sales include 152 bags Commun Mixed 4C,4r;700 do
Prime Mixed 48c; 1,290 do Northern Mixed 48;c;l,
SoO bags, Yellow and Mixed White 50f51c; 450 bags
friuie M hue 52c, and 115 do Choice White 4c, all in
OATS The market was steady and firm. Fales i f
200 bags good 32.V;c; 3.200 do prime isaiiC; U20 do
choice 34SS4iC, bgi induced, and 300 do, in doub
le gunnies, at 3jc, delivered on board.
" The Mill of the God's Grinds Mowly."
F. HAG AN
HAS received simoultancousty with its issue in New
York. MARION HARLAND'S NEW BOOK,
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
The scene of the story of Kenetit is laid Itstbe
South. The time, the beginning of the present centu
ry. The customs and events of those days are traced
with fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully Interwoven
with the narrative, that the reader 18 not wearied by
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as familiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their Inmates differ little from the
men and women with whom he associates daily. The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshing. In
no other work from the authors pen can there be found
greater variety of incident, more artistic dekneation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
description, aud certainly no other contains a plot so
striking in ctmcrptiim and to ably managal. -
The reader cannot but remark how irresistably yet
naturally be is borne along by the tido of events.
There is no need after he is once iu the current to cx
plain the ominous tittle that frowns at the top of the
page. Before the Kemesit is unvailed the reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that,
there are hidden springs and secret wires under the
feet and in the homes of the unsuspecting objects of
her vengence and the pertinent motto cf the authorers
fully proves that retribution though som times slow is
' Also a fresh supply of the
The following notice of this work is from tho gener
ous pen of ANN CORA RITCHIE, and pays a just trib
ute to the mopt successful female writer Virginia has
produced: , ' WM. CLXLEN BRYANT.
Let this noble production lio upon the table, and
enliven tho hearth of every true Southerner. Foster
this gifted daughter of the South with the expanding
sunshine of appreciation and refreshing dews of praise.
Stimulated undeveloped genius, to walk in her steps
emulated ber achievements, Bhow her honors, and the
cry that the South has no literature, is silenced fore
And a large supply of above and MOSS SIDE.
A fresh supply of RtTLEDGE.
' I had rather written RCTLEDCE than MILL ON
THE FLOSS. Author of Beulah.
' HARPER and GODEY, for September , just received
by , - . F. HAG AN,
Aug2I-tf No. 41 College Street. ,
A. W. M CALL. O. W. FALL
A. B. MONTGOMERY, Special Partner
M'CALL d, FALL,
Wholesale and Iletail
Flows, - Bakes, Cultivators,
... AND ;.
KIRKMAN i ELLIS OLD STAND
34, Public Square,
HATING added to our already large stock of HARD
WARE and CUTLERY, a floe assortment of IK--T
RETAIL. GOODS, .
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES,
EDGE TOOLS, , i
O 3 BUILDING HARDWARE,
FARMERS, CARPENTERS, -
COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS Tools, Implements, &ce.
We respectfully solicit a call from our frieads, for
mer patrons of 'M'Cai4. k Co." and the public gen
erally. . ....
; -U'CAAAa & X?A1a1a,-. . .
. Kirkmaa ft Eflia' Old Bund,. , ', "
J. 34 TZZU3 EiTJASS,
Sf J. J BEECH,
(sccccssoa to a- a. ooolet a ".) -Corner
Broad and 1 berry M. eet,
1JJ. keep always on hand a large aud eucipieu:
asriortxoeat of everything kept in the &rui liac."
which we will sell as cheap asthecbenpest,and as
good as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to the salislactioo
of all good citizens who will favor us with a call and
patronage. JOHN J. ELfcCH.
th a; HOW
The undersigned having the HOWE SEWING MA
CHINES in use in their families, and having thoroughly
tested them upon every variety of work, do not hesi
tate to pronounce them the mutt simple, the most
easily managed, and, emphatically, the -'-Ve Flu
lltra" of Sewing Machines. -
" : . NASHVILLE. ' ; '
Rev Or Ford,
WT Cart wright,
Geo A Leiper,
A W South worth.
44 S Axe,
S C Rogers,
P F Hardcastle.
N Peifler, . .
Mrs P J Couch.
4i L Newman.
J C McCrory,
W II Miuchiu.
Dr J W Huddle-i .
H U Scales,
Mrs James Wyaii.
4 R Campbell,
T M Brennan,
W L B Lawrence,
Mrs E Plummer,
" JO Moore,
4 W Green, ,
J H Criddle,
X NV1LUAMSOS COUNTY.
Miss H S Short,
Mrs S E Truitt,
- MH Crouch,
" Jotd Andersou,
Mrs S P Hildreth,
, E A Richardson.
Mrs Mary M Beale,
Miss Mary T Craig,
Mrs L Hays.
' John Miller,
. . Mrs Williams,
B B Truman,
Mrs S Kinnelly,
Capt O W Davis, 1 Clarks- A W Davis, Fayetteville.
H Hcrblin, X ville. MrsG Stroud, Morrison.
J HPhilbrookF, Columbia. ELC Witty, 4
A P Parrish, Cumberland W A MarsuaB, Rutherford
. Iron Works. county. '
Mrs M A Russell.
Mrs M AGirvin,
Mrs E A Yancey, "
C L Tison,
Mrs E Wyatt,
IMC iMinn, ? - J W Dunn, v
Mrs A Gordon, Mrs C Knowlun . - '
John Davis, rMni S Daniels
Mrs H Davis, J Tryou,
AUBA1IA. J S KeDy. ,
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the low
price of $80 hemmers included. They gather and
sow on tho band at the same time, Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, roll, bind, Ac. They sew
every variety ot work, from the LIGHTEST to tho
HEAVIEST, and are unquestionably the best Machines
in the market for family use. A Premium was award
ed to the HOWE MACHINE at the late State Fair.
COIN E BROS., Agents,
sept25-tf 53 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
" A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a due Brett Carriage, second hand;
One Phaeton Carriage, new;One superb Barouche,
second band; One large Family Carriage, second han.l ;
Fine second hand Piano, good make. All of which
will be sold very cheap, to eiose, by
.-". : - BEN'J. F. SHIELDS k CO., T .
sept20-tf ' Ceutral Auetion Rooms, 27 College Ft.
Cholera, Flax, Djser.terjt
NO family should be without the fysentery Syr
qp iu tle House. Child reu are dying daiiy from
Bowel Complaint, which this temedy would promptly
cure. " 1 '
Debility front Heat.
While the Thermometer ranges over 90 in the
hade, the Graerenberr HEALTH BITTERS, which
ost 25c a package, makes the best etrengibcniu?
onic in the world. For 25 cents you can rrwUe hall
gallon of the?e hoaltb Kiviug Bitu-rs, which :iid the
ppetite, give power to the constitution, regulate the
oweis and conquor 3 general Jtbility. Nuvi :s the
aron lor their use. i -.".
julyl3-tf MACKENZIK MlN't'llIN
FRUIT JARS. .'
STONE k CO.'S Fruit Jars for sale by
augl4-tf RAINS, BRON k CO
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
The Greatest Remedy in.lhe World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
-- It is strictly a sci
entific - and Vege
procured by the
distillation of Roots. I
Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Hock, Blood
Root, Black Hoot,
llierry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
The entire active
of each ingredient
Is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling.
.i producing a aeil- ,
spirit, and the most Indllible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, aud restoring the sick, suffering
and debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFECTUAIXY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jaun
dice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising front a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn. Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to. the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fuliness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or suQ'ocating feeling when lying
down, Dryness or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain iu the small of the
Back, Chest or Side, sudden Hush of Heat, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Decpondeucy,or
any Nervous Disease. Sores or Blotches on the skin, "and
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever. -K
Over a Million ot Bottles
Have been sold during the last six in out lis, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satislaction. Who
then, will sulfer trout Weakness or Debility when Mc
Lean' t Strengthening Cordial will cure you?
No language can convey an adequate idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous, change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness tbo
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to its
prtstiue health and vigor.
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever caunc,
will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will find in
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy
TO THE LADLES, .
iiIeJLean's Strensthenlns Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, V bites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
irine or involuntary inscnarge tnereor, r ailing or tho
Womb, Giduiuess, Fainting and all Diseases incident to
Titer e is no Mistake About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to directions. It
will stimulate , atrengtheinnd invigorate you and caiwe
the bloom of health to mount your check again. Every
bottle is warrautod to give ant iln lion.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and you wid bo convinced.
' ' " "'it la Delicious to Take.' ' i
CAUTION.Beware"bf Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon yoa some Bitter, or tSarsaparilia
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it is just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's Strength
ening Cordial, and take nothing else, it is the only
remedy that will purify the Blood, thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
One tableepoonful taken every morning fasting, is a
certain preventive for Cholera, Chjlis and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It ia put up ia
. Price only (1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5
. J. H. McLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean s Vol
canic oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine sts.,
St. Louis, Mo. - -
Sold by W. W. BERRY k DEMOYHXE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists every where .
ARMSTRONG & CO.
Ho. 69 Market Btr
tfTE have now on hand a full and complete as
VV sorlment of MACHINES, IMPLEMENTS, &c.
which we oner at the very lowest prices:
ireolar Saw Kills, douhle and sing! ; -Male's
Cider Kill and Corn Bheller ; -Sinclair's
Straw Cutters .
Wheat Drills; .
Killer's Steel Plows;!
Field Rollers, fte
epl4-tf ARMSTRONG CO,
Feed for Stock
HE Feed reduced to $2 50 per barret by
BEN'J. F SHIELDS k CO.
7 Fresh Peaches. -
rj K DOZES Can Fresh Peaches Just received and
I tJ for sate by .
aprll-tf . M17.ELL, IIOOPFR CO.
OA flfi Bushel mixed Cora ; " " ' f
OUUU auoobuaheai white Corn,
just received by A. JTVXIXS,
ept 10-tf No. 14 Market street
f CIT r.AD -WASTED 1 V
r" St:?' f CLD
I BRANDY r' f Cc"5
h w i:l
I M P O Jrfc T E E S?
- - . AND WHOLESALE DEAL03 IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
, - iiigavs. Toliatco. S.c, '
Old B carbon, 01dRye. Monongahela, Irithland ScothiWhlfky, Cognac, French. Sherry, Pssch
and Appls Brandies; Port, Mader.a, Malaga, Champagne and Catawba Winas;
Scotcajuid Holland Out, and alt other naa grades ot .Liquors list can ba
, , ionnd in tha Western toaauy. - - - - - -
HORSE?, STOCK, FROIUCE, Ac. TAKEN INT I XCHANCE FOR ANY uF OUP. GOODS, or we wUl exchange 1-r
Wild or Improved Lands, at Cah prices, aber the titlf-s kte lerfect. Our terms will be to s& the owner
of a piece of land a bill or liquors, Ci)rs. Tobacco, &c, or such an assortmt-nt ai he may select, at our level
Cah Prices, and take cur pay m oue-third cash, and two-thirds ia Lund.
parties exchanging Lands lor l.iquoia. Ac. eta have ihe Icial auwin.t of the bill all at ca t;tae,or tbey caa
close the trade with us, and ordur the gcous in large t-r Fmall quiuitiiies, scd only pay the one-third cash pay
ment on each order up in January. IStsi, or we will sell at low figures tor a small proport on. Cash, and give lo
credit on the balance. We guruaniee our suck to be as gonl as can be found in the Western country .
U. 11. TVLUt CO., .
septl0-ly " ... - . ... NO. 17 MARKET STREET, ST. LOUIS, MiSSObRi.
TIIR BARNES HOUSE,
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
No. 43, Union Street,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and niht, aud
has extensive arrangements ior regular Fiipply of
Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wines, and every other article of luxury which can
poitetibly be obtained in Nashville. The house is pro
vided with the best of Cooks, and the best apiaialuK
for cooking. Eating Hall fitted up lu handsome, com
fortable sty le. se3-ir
"METUOPO UTTAJS "
COKAER CKIiaR AND CHKRUV KTBtTTS, '
KaahTille, ... Teuuesace.
3. MttOUK, Proiii-lrtor.
I HAVE made extensive arrangements for the receiv
ngof all Iho dclecacies of the coming season , of
Fbh, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from tbo
most celebrated beds. Pickels and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross k Biark well and
Lea A l'errin, with a large and well selected Mock of
fccellent CtXIKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
under the 6uperiutendance of that well known Epicure.
Mr. CHARLES PlC'Ll.
On and after the 15th of September we will be jire
pared to wail upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arrangement lo their
A3- REM EM HER 1UE METROPOL1TA .V.
UN ION RESTAURANT
Uui St., ipHttc State Uuitk,
ri"AKE pleasure iu informing the public that they
A have recently dited up a ti:ie
Eating and Drink in; ; Saloou,
as above. Tber will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME, OYSTERS, FISH, Ac,, Ac. They so
licit a shrae of patronage. Good cook:) and attentive
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
No. 53 Clierry street, -
HAVING always on hand a fine variety of Soups.
Fresh Fish. Porter Aousa LUeks, Meats of all kind
and variety. Also, every variety of vegetables on hand
ready and served to order In the beet of style, would
respectfully invite the attention of their friend and
the public lo give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER & CO.
No. 63 Cherry St., oue door from Adam's Express Of
fice, In Colonade Buildings. june22-tf
Styles for Jail Now lieady.
r i, ."jt
T t a w f
4 C. t.-.r ?
ri u .
f T7 E this day introduce our Fall Style of "Si!k Hats,
V V which, for beauty of finish and elegancy ot tuy le,
cannot be surpassed. 'Gentlemen of taste will call and
select one at the fu'hiouable Hat Emporium of
Beptl-tf - ' ' No 23 Public square.
Tlie Japanese Hat.
ANEW style of noit Hat, got up very fine and iigh
at tlie lial Emporium oi'
sepll-tf No. 23 Public Squai-e
- Prencli Soft llat. .
OUR stock of French Soft Hats is now complete, em
bracing all of the latest stvles, which we invite
the attention of all. . A. J. FRANCISCO. -
Hatter aud Furrier, No. 23 Public Square, Nudi villa
Tlie Frencli Ottar Hat.
JUST received a new lot, direct Importation of those,
popular I lata, eo much admired, consisting of the
Black and Drab color, whlcn, for fineness of fabric, can
not be surpassed, at the fashionable Hat EmKriiui ol
Si-ptl-tf - N'o- 23 Public Square. '
Tlie French Pocket Hat.
,F entirely new design just received thi day
1 bv Express. A. J. 1-R.VNasCO,
septl-tf No. 23 Public Square.
lVucalion;l Notice, j
MONDAY, SEIT. 3RD, MRS. IRWIN will ojien a
School tor Girls in the Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church Vlgetield. Arrangements ha ve been male
to give a full and thorough Academic aud Collegiate
The Lady employed to teach Music canuot fail to give
Mon. P. F. SAN TEL, a native of Franco, and a gradu
ate of tho Royal College of Algiers, will teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Mon. Santel pre
sents the best testimonials from many distinguished
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: "He has been
teaching my son some time, and thia practical trial of
him convinces me that he deserves to be trusted t
plicillg as a Teacher of French."
The regular Rates per Soesion of five months are $15,
$20 and H&. ' ' ' w - j. I
Music on the Piano ..." $25 00 ,
Latin and Greek... Jm. 10 00
. Modern Languages. . .............. 20 00
Crochet and Needle-work...-. W :
j$rg- Pupils will bo charged from iho time of entering
to iho eud ot tbo Session. The bills w ill be yabl at
the middle of the Seasiou. ang2-tf '
HABITS OF 00D S0C1KTT. ;
A Hand Book for L . e and Gentlemen
This is not, as might be inferred, a collection ol aet
forms, ceremooies.iMputH of etiquette, aud conven
tionalisms. Written Ty" a person well ceavergant
with the world, and, witual,adep tiiinker,a sage
reasoner,kad a correct moralist,'. It will become a
standard work on Habit aud Manners, and will Bud
U way into every library. For sale by
; -..'.; JOHN YORK XJ.fc :
No. 39 Union atree
One ttf the mcst Popular and "BeneTolrnt
. , . Institution ii ' i
Metlca Wisycusary -1
" , AND . .
On Deaderlclt jeef, v
THE Doctor himself is an old "Practitioner, f"oni
the old and thit country , being already IS years
in America, having manfully and bunorably sur
mounted ail tne trio Is of tee new world, and bat
tled and eoaqeoreS. death of the whole ran;e ot dis
eases of our diflereot climates, Houua and North, so
taat the fame of his success iu the trtameutof gen.
oral and private diseases is Indisputable, for wbicb
be has the mokt reliable references. ' '
Special attention paid to disemea o Females and
Children, and much rati dent ion he teols, In gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate r.ir-g, f.,r u
Illustrate bis skill. He ttcnvereaut withihe Amen
can,. French and German languages, and always
ready to tender hiaadvuie and service with ohle
Beas,conscientiouiues8 and discretion.
Persona at a distance may have hi advice and
medicines by consulting him through letters, lnel--ng
a fee, to Post-office Box No. 33J.
His Family Residence is on North Market street.
Extra Fine Corn Meal. '
AN additioaM supply just received per Gieuwood
Alo. fifty barrels of the cheapest Food 6r Slo k
ia the market. . BENJ. f7. IsMrXIS k CO.,
funeli-tf No. 27 College street.
,9a h '
, . Chaucer y ( r
k ' '. Majmr Worl., farm far tale ) 1 i
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chan eery Court , at
Nashville, m tie case of Sarah D. Work as. n.
I'ybus and others, I will proced to sell on the prrmxia,
oh Tuesday, &.' October, 160, the Farm of 180 acres,
lymg on tlie northern bask oi the river (Cum bur land,)
3 miles from the city, and known as the home-place ol
Major Work and bought by Lim of Wm. I'ybus.
Ikrhs. Sale tree trom redemption, and on credit ot
, 12, Is and 24 mouths, without interest purchaser
to give notes with approved securitv and lien to be re
tain.d. , J. K. GLKAYKs. C. M.
x Hastam RraX Esiaie for Sale.
PURSUANT to a decree of tha Chancery Court at
- Nashville, iu the case of Wm. Haslam, adm'r., Ac,
tv. Catharine HasUun and others, I a ill proceed to sa!
ijt the premises, on Wednesday, Ute ruta cf October, 1S00,
all the Real Estate of which the late Samuel f1--n
died possessed; the same consisting of the Mill Lot, K
Iots on Warren Etivet, 7 IiOts on Belleville street, 1
Lot on JctTerm stre-t of 60 i feet, 1 Lot of 300 feet oa
Jefferson street, in McGavovk's Addition, 1 Lot in
Baish A Whiteside s addition. No. &0. Th 2tiil trt7I be
told to be remorrd by purchaser.
TkKMs. 1, 2 and' 3 years credit with in tore, t; goM
personal securitv required and lien retained.
aepl4-tds " ; , J. F- GLEAVES, C. A t
Vaniel Young Farm for Sai.
PURSUANT to a decree of the ChAnoery Court at
Nashville, in theca-ieof H. T. Wilkinson, Err., c, .
of Dxiiiel Young. d-c'd. ss. Ellen YMins and the other ;
heirs aud creditors of said Daniel Young, 1 will proceed
to sell on the premises, on Friday, October 12t, 1860,
that fine Farm of the late Daniel Young, situated 4
miles ti oui this city, on White's Creek, containing 6G4
acres, and with excellent improvements of every kd
upon it. . ' . . ..
Tutus. Credit of 8, 1 and 24 rcorths, with later,
est. Notes with good security required and payabia ia
Bank, and lien retained. - - .
See hand-bills J. E. CLEAVES, C. &
sejH 4-tds -. .
29 Xegroes f the Dr. Shelly Estate.
PURSUANT to a decree of the ChanceiTtCourt at
Nashville, iu the case of Barrow and Llndsley,
Admr's. , of the late Dr. John Shelby, dee'd., er. Maria
G. Shelby and others, I will sell at public kale at the
Court-house, in Nashville, on Saturday, October SlxA,
Im'O. 2.1 Slaves belonging to the estate of Dr. Shelby
I'erms 6 aud 12 months' credit, with l&teraat,
purchasers to give their notes with two approved secu -ritiea
and payable in Back. Sale absolute and wlthoat
At the lamilv residence, in Edgefield, on Friday, flU
9:h October, I56O. I will sell all the Furniture and oUar
unsoli personal properly, of every description, to the
highest bidders. Six months' credit with u-terset,
notes to be payable in Bank and to be well secured ea
cept when the purchaser amounts to leas I ban $100, ir
which case the cash will be required.
sept4-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C. U.
2 Xejroa of the Mori: Young estate for tale.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, In the case of James IL and Jacob Young,
Admr's of M.-vrk Young, dee'd-.w. Elizabeth Young ana
others, I will.c!l at the Court-house, in Nashvtiic, ea
Saturday, O-tnber 20 Jk, 1SC0, the following Siavs to
wn : Susan, Fanny and Edward.
Terms. 6 months' credit without Interest, notes pay
able in Bank, and with good personal security reqa'jwd
. sept4-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C. A. M
An Aperient and stomacnie preparatioa ef
LB2N purified of Oxygen and Carbon by con
bastion in Hydrogen, of high medical author.
it and extraordinary efficacy in each of tif
following complaints, viz. :
CI3ILITY, NESV0U3 AJTECTI01f8, E3CA .
CTATI0N, DYSPEPSIA, DIARRHEA, C0KSTI-
?i.no:i. ,v:rofula, salt rhetjh, rctjsyy,
JAUNDICE, LIVES COMPLAINTS RHXTTMA
TISM. MEKCTTRIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTES
KITTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHE0MC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAX2TESS. 1Q8
EtEN 3TSTJ ATI0N, WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLE3 ON TfTP. FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE EKLN, ets.
' Tba IRON being absorbed by the blood, and
thus circulating tnrougb tbs wbols system, ns
part cf the body can escape their truly wonder
The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indlcata its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (floor albus, chlorosis, etc.), it
effects are delightfully renovating. Ho remedy
has ever been discovered, In the whole history
of msdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and rully restorative effects. Good apptite, onv
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of ttrangth,
witst 'an unusual disposition for at live- an5
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
A3 a grand stomachic and general Testers tiv
it has no superior and no substitute.
' Pnt up In neat Oat metal bJM eon tail nf .fc
SO pill, price OO cent per x t ala ,
i So ne uoun Tsoxea. OO. Kor Mdt by
Irn -1t frencrallr. WU "nt "Tt-w
any wtdrrw on retpt f tne l"- -nil !
terV, orders, tc, altoold be adOreae x
K. B. LOCKE & CO.,
339 BROADWAT, IV V.
IV. B. Xlir above' Js ja raealmlla T tbv
lab I on each box. ,
82-dtriwAaly . ,s
Tennessee & Alabama Hailnad,
ON and after MONDAY SEPTEMBER tflh, 1800, the
Morning Train, going South, will te ve Naahvtoe
at 6:15 A. M., instead of 4:15.
Through Tickets given to Decalor, Gl tad Janctioa,
and Memphis. Only seven miles Staging i
The tune from Nashville to Decaiurjj Srand June- .
tioc, and Memphis will be 1 hour and la ; uinutaa leas
than by any otner route. . t
Returning, the Tram from Memphis, Gasid Jonctioa
and Decatur, will arrive at Nashville ac A P. M-, one
hour tonner than bv any other Road. 1 '
eptS-tf - ; . . - , Superj ateadeot.
- The Evening Train will leave at I o'clock I P M., a
heretofore.' - ... 41-
Uc-optncd Sept. lCitli,
TrtE Tenneaaee Coffee and DmlngHau." AlUhegooa
thius3 of the season will be kept constantly on
band. - . -. . j . 1.
NORTH MARKET STRKETi s
fl 'HE undesigned begs leave to Inform hts fr ads and
A the public that he has still on baud aaaBtxrcf
handsoma vehicles of all kinds, and a splendid Stcd of
bugT and saduie brees, ftr the use of fast .youes
geuueaCOUmNG EXPELdTTONS, or for the toootn
modattod of Young America and oung As erica's
What man living, of any sort of progressive i,
would be couu-nt to aoad It behind a SLOW JH
when he knows that an ANIMAL OF smiT cfltil be
AT THE LLVUTUAN STABLE
I"arlie dei-iricg Coaches for4-PrC-NlCS.":aar
and careful Driver, should not Rrftet hal tne pw
said about Vh New Coach, from me Lrrnrsu urrnj
Stasu, on North Market atreel-
Earper's Kagatlno far October,
Just received by JOWi YORK M CO
sept 19-U - "
The Woman la White. c
Osar liirotieau, steichc of Parasian life by
"Aaventares of Aoniu- MJutiuicer and. tr uti
Bear Kiint of Caid-ornia. ilw-tra. ;
for sale bv J JUriN TVEh, to ,
ebtltUT j 20 Us, .tree.
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