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OORaVS SILVER BA.D!
Tr S:YPE81LlSEaLY WNI B-V-VD IN
TIIF. m,IU.tln;4 to all cantor n..:
entire .-urI.m tarfi r.
The Rand L- Mar-,....! ..r
with a sHrfbtw silver inMruni.-nt
faiwrate, p--rv--, seri-mU-.
. .mrns.-:. ,a ait.n,w lo promptly.
w. l. horn,
Mnnstf and Conductor,
fTTl 15 South CoReee.!.
TrESDAY MOUSING. OCT. 2. loCO,
X CI T Y 31 ILLS.
r lonr in tKi-j f , tu baR l.-.-y
M Iln k'Tv- du 4 2i;
UteVf do 3 jij;
.Mixed Bran, -r 10o fl,:. oae dollar. -Curn
3leal, per iHtohei. 1 A. -Delivered
tu all prls ot tin- tit r. . j.i
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUPE
THE CUNCKXTRaTED CUKE
' A POWERFUL REMEDY
A row EUt UL REMEDY
3I0V.SLTX OF THE SAILKOAfiS.
Depart area or iaMD:(rtiik..
Na.-m-vii.1JI Jt CHATTjtsouct I A. M Jp
Tubu Aija. 5i 1 5 a. M.! 3:6o P. M.
lniviux Xaxhtuxb 5:00 A. 31., 5:30 P. At
fiallaluiKxpress 4:30 1'. 31
Fjk.iimj, i KxyrrcxT 6:3CA. it., 12:30 P. 3,
Arrival f Pauensfr Train.
NasHviuji k. CuATTiooc.A 5 p. jr.. 3 A. 31.
TcraiawEisfc Aumwt - lOtOO A. M. 4:lO P.M.
1-ore.viuj; & Njlmhux 3:05 A. 3L, 2:1 5 P. M.
Kbcrruan & Khvtcckt--8: 30 A. M., 6:4 5 P. 31.
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY IXDISCKETiON
TRY IT I
AOCXO MEX who are sufferin? from the effects of
X youthful indtacretion rr. i c.,.. J
iMly restored by cia the ' 1
a aa, .
A QUA V I T A E.
.1 Kiiatrfy of Cffut and I'trtaio Powr.
.um iucy is put ,p in vkiLj,nJca be wnl
u w ujr muurrae. A trutt wiU sataiy. Use U
tion. Price per buttle 1. 1 ' "
Oo bottle wul Ujt taooth.
N- B- rh (vianly u suitab fur r&jer
AUlra3, K. CEl t tit, AfaliCal Agvct .
I Uruaaay,N'ew VurK.
Koyal 11 a aua Lottery.
TLe fcUowiag auoibcra drew lite principal prza in
4rWiAi of Srptember 13th, 1SC0 r
N, , Prize I Noa PrUea I X03 PrUej
i3 1oO,0jo 1 2000 tMjMu I 11.ST1 to.oOv
40,000 j saatt u),uuo
Numbers 151; Col; 4; 15; U1S; KM; 41T1;
iUS, frfc3; i9; ?2, 853;; 599; 10.T13; 10.
S10; 102i; XiJLtS; U,fci; 14,459; H,56i;
14.12S; 15T; 1COM; 1B..831; 1453 ; 1S,S; 10,499 ;
2W.6C; 20,129; 2094; 21,1; a.i; S1,W; 22,221;
S29; 23,304, 34 0T8; 24,U2; SM12; 24i9; Si.97.5;
6,2S; 27,529; 27,7CC; 2S,CC0; 29,097; 29 229; 23 31t
. Hie Prcsii, PLUadelphi, (X ur : . 1 -O.
muujo'j Puhud CLrE. To Lave Ci,.te
ptece. if Chios chipped or bti4.ro, o pet uah iu
taidJig torn, a nice piec4oT turn. ton- (rartured, U a
trrrllle and temper -detruy ii nauooi.-e. Xot ithui
rnie-ly, as we can testify.. Mr ppauldinj, ho advrr.
his Prepared Clue'iu Ths Prs" to-day, g.-ot
-oovebfit yesterday. We devtd two hour. to iu
jrirtical applvatiuo result, two carred chairs coni-i,!rt.-ly
restored, many odd and ends of rhina aad
."-J made flt lor us e a tattered may ma-le as good 3
several desnerrculypt? c.s rrno-atJ . ;ud n
41 Uiin edition of llcrodotus n-J n'-mcr print--1 in
tie year 1M0, whtMc antique VjUfli (literally bvards)
were split, made sLrooj en-xii t. last for anwth-r
mtury or to. We luijht hae tucn-led any qinmity
t childrvo's brukeo toys, but caved in aft-r ua huur
at the nocsl of tnem. This Prepared Clue, which is
a liquid about as thick as glue, and applied by a bru.-h
uich atvoinpunies each botth-, is so indispcnsaMe in a
U ttic that j bow KuoUer how we eoiM Lave jj-juo
-VuviLac. As the Lot soasun is appnwhing, ev.-ry
! Lould prepare their fyMeffi fur tie tiiaae, aud
there U remedy soappluaiiileas'-ilcLtacs trensth-
uio Curdial aud Uiood Puri flt-r." It will purify the
iMod thoroughly, and at the samo time nLreDjxhfn
an.l iDvi-oratQ the whole oranizutioo. The immn
quantity of it that is sold daily, is proof enough of il.
:fai virtu-s in thoroughly removing all impure nutt-t.-rfroui
th l.lool. We say to all, try it: It is Ue
l. khi t.ike. W the advertisement in another -ol-
Wc would call purticuial atuntiun to McLean's
iiolire in another column. We add the following from
1 tie st. LouiK Herald, which peats volumes ir iu
u-.vr. We say to all give it a trial:
-We take especial pleasure in rvcouinieuding 31c
Ijr.tii's celebrated Strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for general dbi!.ty and weakness. We
Lave seen it tested iu a circlo under our own immedi
ate observation, and can vouch for its efficiency and
worth. It is an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, as it is certainly an invaluable
iiii-da-ine. fee the advertisement in another column.
Jt-T received and for sale at low-eat prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, &ay
22a do. Willoughhy (ilass Jars 1 quart;
l.H " "2 quarts
44 " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
AUo. ou hand 200 doz. Tin Fruit Cans, onu uud two
.jiiart". !or waling up, all warranted.
Alj 12 bbls. best Cluor Coal Oil, at lowest price by
barrel. J. W. WILdo.V,
s.t!-tf' " 17 Onllege St.
1 Lave sold iml my entire interest in the firm of
Nicholson & Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist him
tiiin in winding up the btuinesa of the old firm, and
k'tlicit for him a cootinmuce of tbepalri'tiage bestowed
t.a tho old n.-ui. I. C. XICHOLSOX.
In order t reduce my Stock &3 much 33 possible, Le
f..re receiving new Goods, for a tut-rt tone I will offer
my entire Etoik at cort, for C3::h.
July 2.1360 DAVID HmPlIKI.'V.
1 C T II VI 1 For the IS3TAXT P.1XIEF and
A O 1 11 ill i) pt?.3IANEXTt.X'RKof tbdda-
iriii-t compla jit uo
.iliie by C. C SEY1I0CE Sl CO., 107 Nasuc sotest,
X. V. Pricefl per box; lent free by po-t.
FOR S.U AT Al l. DRVOflSTH.
Oayi-lliily . .
K. r. al'W
!KD WARDS. -tilLKESON &
(srCCCaSOBSlO JO.IOVi lP.)
(Torncraf rlscHd CUnrcli ia.t
fthcirsale Grorcrs and ('oflimision
HER C H ANT S'.
iND DK4.T.ERS IX
Vint BraiJifs, Wines, fifars, Tobacco. if
-Hll-tl . . .... .
JtOLSE. m AXD CBMMEaTAL lMI.XTEB,
No. 7S Nortb ."TlarJt4 alrtrec,
tiposlte Myers, Hunt L Co.'rf CarrL-;e hop.
MEf AU ord -j-a from the city or country attend.! to
m tUt promptness and despatch. seplll-U"
No. 8 Cherry Street,
.Johnson & Treanor,
N. 6 I'aloa Street,
TTrRSCHFlX FIZXTOVS mode of accomplishing hit
J.J. Pupils in the use of the Viou.x and t;crrao, is ot
tbe-cnosi unpuUire and modern schools.. For ms pro
greiiive excellence in imparting a
Kuoivledse of tlie Art,
Iferenee may be obtained of his nuauroiu patron of
Out CUf as well aa the musical people throughout the
.country - ' " .
T-aaa for instruction, Violin f3 per month
- . Guitar ... " "
.. . , . . 40 periieBKion
Addresses mar be made at cither of the Music Stores
tiu 1 at the St. Ctood Hotel. Applications attended with
tin strictest and moat immediate puncinalHy.
Kuom over the City Bnak. where he may be fonnd at
X. tt Pianos tuned lo order. ' " seps-lm
Tlnnlelpal- Afarlrs. .
cost vox COCXCIU
The members elect of th j Boards ofCoua-
cilmea aad AlJermea met iu Iheir repcti?e
lulu at II o'clock A. M; vi-?Jerlar. fr. tLe
pui pose of orgauizing.
Ia the Common Couucil, ou motiou Mr
Craighead was calluil to the chair temporittl-
The oath of office was administered to Ibe
members elect bv Recorder Glenn.
The Couucil then weut into the election ot
Pres ident. and ou the 10b ballot, Mr.
George Vf. Dartlea, of the Third Ward, was
declared duly elected. On taking the chair?
Mr. Danieo, ia a " ffw appropriate remark.
thaoked the Board for the hoi.nr they had
conferred upoo Lim.
The two Boards then met iu convention for
the icaugaratiba of the Maynr and the elec
tioa of City Treasurer. The oath of .-fiioe
was administered to Mr. Cbealhum, ilie May
or elect, who thea proceeded to read hi ia
augural aildrees, aj follows
To 1J CAJ Council:
Orvn.EHEx : Llavifts been called, at the
receot election, by the vice of the Coustiiu-
enoy of Nabville, to a&f-ume the responsible
poeition 01 iceisiators ana guardians of the
interests of the city, and having assumed the
various onicial positions couseiuent 11 Don
our selection by Uie people, it become my
duty, a the head of the Executive Depitri
ment, to submit to vou the condition of
municipal affairs, and to suggest .such a line
ofpolieras I hope, witb vour co-operation.
will redonnd to the advancement, prosperity
and ibterest tf the Ccrjomtion and our fel-I'V.r-cii5-a.
A itiio i.-i by far thf most inijtot'tant de
partninl connected witi Aur trunt, anil
wiihont which onr llr-; were twelos. I
hopt tha each of you, a I shall. l"..el liound
by the highe-t obligations, ti gu:arti, nurture
and protect thM department with all the .sal
and ability that ue. jointly or t-epurately.
can give remeiuV-i lug that our flrt duty lo
lh'-a who have elevated us, i-i to Lo ttiem the
greatest go d at the least powMe expt-r.se. .
The early eriotl, mdcc my election, at
which I am called npou to Mi'lmiit ibis com
munication to you. has rendered it impossible
for mc to fclatc with n liable arcuraey the
exact indebtedness of the city, or the sources
and amount of revenue. These you will find
stated more in det.iil by reference lo the re
ports of the Finance Committee, Recorder
and Trcasu resubmit ted too late to be pub
lished ; and, after sucn time as will give me
the opportunity to thoroughly examine these
matters, I will, from time to time commu
nicate such information as yotir duties and
the public welfare demand.
Let me ask vou, gentlemen, ihruugb your
Committees, to examine with scrutiny into
the expenses of each department, into ail
propositions for improvements, coming from
what quarter they may, demanding itn ex
penditure of money, and which, when conr
pleted.'do not add" to the convenience and
comfort of all but the few.
For tthe reasons above stated, it is not ex
pected that I should or could refer in this
communication to each department, or pro
pose lor your consideration such changes as
my experience for two year9 as a member ct
your City Government would incline me to
fcuggeet. I shall, however, hereafter with
pleasure submit to you in detail the views I
entertain of the various departments. And
particularly do I call to your consideration
now, as I shall more minutely iu the future,
the etianirpa which experience and the public
d,-iu relation to the organization and
operatiou of the public schools. There U
also another subject 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 tbo laws ot the
State relative to free negroes, and the execu
tion of such city ordinances as have beeu or
may hereafter be enacted, governing aud
controlling ibis population, aud particularly
represt-iug Ibeir lmigratiou to our city,
which has already increased to a fearful ex
tent. Trusting, gentlemen, that harmony may
pervade your deliberations, as I know the
interest of our city will be guarded and
watched by each ot you. let each and all ot
ua bring to the discharge of our respective
duties a determination that shrink from no
labor or responsibility the exigencies may de
mand, in the fulfilment of the trusts with
which we have beeu bouored.
Yours very respectfully,
1L B. CiiEATUAM, Mayor.
At the conclusion of Mr. Chealhain's ad
drees, the convention went into the electiou
of City Treasurer, whea Mr. Joel-W. Smith
was re-elected without opposition.
The Convention then' adjourned, aud the
U'.'mbera of the Board of Aldermen retired
to their Hall.
After the appointment of one or two com
mittees, the Council aojourned to meet next
Thursday week. "
. - - BOAEOOF AI.DEKAIEN
The roll was called, and the members elect
took the required oath of office.
The Chairman pro Urn, Aid. Cox, then de
clared that nominations for presiding r-flicer
were in order : Whereupon,
Mr. McGinnis nominated Mr. Horn.
Mr. Urien nominated Mr. Cox.
The vote being taking, resulted, Horn 5.
Cox tf, and the former was declared duly
1 i a
eiecieu rreMtienuior tncjunsuingicmi.
Mr. norn, ou -taking the chair, returned
thanks lor the honor confer! cd.
Mr. Cox moved that a committee be- ap
pointed, to act in conjunction with a similar
committee from the Common Council, todrafi
rales for the jr.jycrnment f tbe two Boards
during the present term, which was adopted,
and Messrs. Cox and Hurley appointed.
On motion, the Common Couucil was in
formed that tio Board of Aldermen wa ready
for the transaction of business.
On motion, a recess was taken.
A message was received from the Common
Council that they were ready to meet the
Board of Aldermen in convention.-
?!. Craighead, Brien. Paul.
WaUr W'oriU. Horn, Hill, Shane.
Srws ninton. nooper, McFerran, Dar-
den. Cheatham. Yarborough, Hill, nateher
Wharf. McGinnis, Bell, Tennison.
School. Brien, Bell, Shane.
Fire Department. Cox, Bell, Darden.
Gat. M axey, Meigs, Bralie.
Omtlery. Hatcher, Hurley, Hagey.
Jlarkd-Ilouse. Thomas, Hurley, Hagey. .
. irori-Zio.--McFerran, Cheatham, Craig
head. Slaves. Hurley, Yarborongh, Maxey.
rollct. Darden, Creigbton, Horn.
Sarin os. Creizhton. Brien. Hill.
Improvements and Expenditure. Meigs, Paul,
Jlurpital. Brodie, Hinton, Hooper.
Public Property. Paul, Cox, Creigbton,.
j F RKATCH, GeKMAX, SfAXISH, LaTIX. AXD ITAU-
IA WITHOTT A aiASTKH. By A. U. Moto-
m.. rtHlaOvJphU: T. B. Peterson
The o-ct of this book is to enable stu
dents to acquire a kuowledge i f the bu
gnages mentioned without a teacher. Ia a
commendatory notice, the Literary Clitor of
toe I biladelphia Pre says of the wotk:
"There is uu rual road to learning; but
where the learner heavily dragged ou his
luuioenug way in toi ioer tine, he ur.w has a
new track aud wonderful eti-inea
greatly facilitate hi progress Study this
look carefully, ami yW4 caa acquire near half
a dozeu languages iu the time usually wasted
Hpou the imperfect acquisition of one. Sadly,
as well as widely, did Milton write, We do
amiss to rpeod seven or eight years in merely
scraping together a much Latin and Greek
as might be learned easily and delightfully
ia one year.' Joint Locke. Sydney Smith, j
uu uiuer great scnuiais, Dear like testimony.
-Monteiih"s book, here before us, professes
to make any one of reasonable capacity and
ujiuuie. tuuusiry, reaa. write, ana speak Ave
languages (lour 01 them living tongues)
without any assistance lrom a teacher. Klihn
Barritt's case shows bow intellect and the de-
pire to learn, cau make a man master the
principal dead and living languages. This
book, aod 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 language". The Messrs. Peterson con
fer a great benefit on society bv publishing
For sale bv John York X Co.
JTf We had iu our mind's eye an article
prepared in reg-ird to the Fair, but iu perus
ing the Nashville Patp.iot. 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 ou the next page. It will be ob
served that the writer gives our town a sort
of ironical "disr," with a few slight mistakes
ou his part. The population of Fraukliu is
now- about S00, and some of her streets are
Macadamized. Franklin (Ky.) Jrnner.
We very seldom make mistakes; but wbeo
we do, it affords u the most heavenly sensa
tions to cot rcct them. Fraukliu is a nrettv
linle town we never said it was n't aod
when "Old Gax" is in the corporation we've
no doubt the ppulatiou ruus tip to 900.
When we put it dowu at six or seven hun
dred, we did n't count him at all. which ei-
plaius the mistake. We didn't deny that
S.me of her streets are Macadamized." On
th contrary, we expressly said they zctre
Macadamized with red clay.
luoxo Hadi.u DUCHABOED. RoBtt
Hariao was examined ou yesterday before
Faqoirea Roserto.n and Pattmmox, upon the
charge of killing Mr. Egottex, and was
discharged. The ca turned mainly npou
the dying declaration of the deceased which
was iu aabstauce as folio we: -1 was watch
ing toy field; some persons had been stealing
my corn. Mr. Haboj.vu cauiu up to my fence
and stopped. 1 asked what w e we doiug
thra. Ifu ji.t ; ....... ..r ... . .
. . - mi. ram II ! auw VI Uljf UUa IUI.9.
I came at bim with a rock. ' He kuotktd me
dowu with bis pistol. I roae aud Came at
him again with the rock, wheu 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 darkl Air. Haeoiu's state-
ment is that he thought the deceased, was
trying to rob Mm. It appeared iu evidence
that HajUhxo's facea nd neck were scratched,
which shows that the deceased must at one
time, ha ve had kolt of him. -
fc Bros, of St
the name of a
We direct attention to the Card o
our friends Messrs. Scott
Louis, Mo., from the fact
Aim of that city, bears the same uatne as
that ef thtf senior member of their bouse.
Johx Scott, formerly of this cily.
JamksM. Davidsox xiiXEn. We learned
las t evening that Jamw M. Davidsox, the
popular orator, wa shot and killed iu Fay.
etteville Saturday night, by a young mau
ilb whom he had an altercation. We shall
les.ru the full particulars iu a few diy. Mr.
Davidsox was a man or brilliant talents.
We sincerely regret lo hear of his death.
fTA week or so ago Mr. Tuos. Coffsv
of the saloon known as "the Imperial'' on
Deaderick street was" robbed of a sum of
money and a man named ack Shepherd
Jwas suspected of having been the reb
bei. He left the cily immediately afte
the robbery, and Mr. Coffkt and one
of the ioliee force of the city went in
pursuit ot 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. Coffey descri
ed the money which had been stolen from
him and on searching Shepherd, a ten-dollar
goia-piece aua a number el bills answering
Mr. C.'s description were found hid iu the lin
ing of his coat. All of the stolen money, how
ever, was not bund Shepherd was brousht
to Nashville and lodged in jaiL On Sunday
List, the jailor's suspicions were aroused from
some cause, and, searching his prisoser, a
couple of case-knives, one of them fashioned
into a very tfleciive saw for cutting iron
lars. ud concealed in bi9 boots.
The indications are that Mr. Shepherd is
destined to do the State some service ia that
extensive public institution of ours, over
which Col. Jouxsox exercises a special superintendence.
Names of Teas and their Significations
In Taylor's Travel in Odna, the sigmUea-
lions of some of Ihe names by which the
different brauds of teas are known are given,
whicli are follows making due allowance
for the changes and corruption they undergo
in form and soutid in beiaa- Anvlleiwl -
0-. -... .
Hyson" means before the rains, or " flourish
ing spring" that is early iu the spring.
Hence it is often called "Young Hyson.'"
Hyson Skin" is composed of the refuse of
me omer Kinds, the native terms for which
mean " tea skios." Refuse of a still coarser
description, containing many stems, 13 called
teabones." - Bohea" is the name or the
hills In the region where it is collected.
" Pekoe." or Pecco," means '-white hairs"
the down on the tender leaves. -Pow-chong"
" Mded plant.'' 4 Souchong"
"small plant.' "Twankay" is 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
" Foreljrn 3w,
New Yokx, Oct. 1 Th steamer Glav
K..w arnvea at Cape Knee yesterday, wi.b
Liverpool dates of the lath The teaav r
Nova Scotiau and Yau4etl.il 1 had ariiviil
a. la. -
. former uau liceu agiMiii.1 in !ie
river Aiemey. - :-..
rton sales Monday and Tuesday Iti 000
rtirp. , ota.Kei vem rlly uiu-tianvred.. The
wt-aiur Ua beeu uufavorable lor -rots-.
breaoslnl orm ; all qualitiea slightly ad-
sales Wednesday 10,000 Ule. closiug firm'.
ai uirooL-001 tou sl-a edneday, 10,
OOtJbls,; closing firm. All ou.iliiif-, kiici.itv
The steamer Cit v of Baltimore arrival ....
on the 20tb. '
i-'roin tort Soul lb..
Fot:T Smith. Oet lt nimr.or, "t,-u i ... .
been ordered to the Augusta-Georgia arsenal.
The California Overland Mail of th.i lOih
has arrived. News unimportant.
The Sardinians defeaud r.
Sardiniaub were . takeu at IWniria .nH
The steamer Great Eastern h
gridiron d at Milford.
It is reported that Naooleon Waa fire. I nn.
on by an insane mau at Toulon, but it wMa
averted by a bystander.
laoxnox, Thursday Consols D.'JJaDSj.
IOLTSVIIJJ". Oct. 1 1
- - wav r till tiu :
wtia o ie.-t water ia the canal.
Ci.vcixxati, Oct. 1 Flour very dull T 00a
j to. vtnisKy lb'. Mess pork nominal.
Corn steady 50. Oats U0a37. Exchange on
New Orleans pramium.
-. S - f: ts.'
,VMioI.eale J lietail Lm i,
(scoctssoa to a. s. gouut a co.
- ruer Broad ana C herry M eet.,
VVjlJ-Ll'; Plway3ahi4 a lare ant compUt.
1 . "-"Jrtineut of- very thing kept in rho lro- line
.allien w will eell as cia-ap as the chenpei. and as
Kooit as the best, which we are readv to prove all lh..
time and at anv time, ilar i- ..Ut
ot all good cilizt-us who wiUtavwrus with a call ati-i
" -' "
&r k 'Jl' M 5" MV
rXCIIANGE POU -flt.
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Tll Ulldcrskmetl liavim. tl...
CHIMj iu use in their tumiii.
t-fcted them unai every vari-t.ut.WQrk,"dttniit hesi
tate to prolMHIuee Itltlll the l,msl i.ii.1111.. .1 t ,
tiiauag.d, aud, emphaticailv, llw '-.Ve J'Ih
jC tk iti Machine.
Rev lr l ord.
Geo A Leiper,
A W Souihworth.
S C Rogers, v '
A C Beoch,
P V Hardcastle,
A Wholes '
Mrs P. I touch,
" 1. Newman.
J C Mi-Cinrv. "
W II Miui ii'm.
Ir J W Huddle-1...
W" G Houyh,
It ti tkaJes,
-Mrs James Wvll.'
" t R Campbell,
T M Brennun,
W L B Laa rence,
Tbog Leek, .'
B W 31 Kinney . "
31rs E Piummei-, -
J U 31oore,
H Uft'lumtner . .
Cincinnati Produce Jlarket. ;
SaTCRDAY, September 23 P. 3t
1 L'JLR A COfitiDQAd dllll hilt fln .. 1-. na.
deuianu m quite Lmited, but holders are not wiliine to
make aUy concesii.ns. files 01 1,100 bbls at 9m&
luiorsupernne: is 05 f..r ..v.,. c( 1..,??
for whao wheat, aud 6 60 to fo tiu tor Iiuic brauds.
1flHt.?YiNo cnn; sales of VOO bbla at 18
JSJc the latter rate tor waoii.
t StT T " X -. . .....
. nuiuiros-coining or importance doing, and
f,r? ??m."1,' u""ng"l. lei Pork i retail
ing at 17 75T18; tacon at bc, llc, and 13.Sc,
OIL A sale of 20 bbls linseed at 67c.
tiROCERIEri A moderate .'m,, ...... ... .1
WHEAT Wheat is dull, but we h.ve noe'iange 10
notice in prices, and continue to qu..ta at 1 iai t"
lor prime red, and $1 15,2)1 li for prtaewu,t7
waKlr-r "e " Prf
wane at f 1 11 ; 2a0 do do iio at $1 15.
. M0RV."r?r.fs in EO s demand, and Arm at M in
bulk. ShelleJ ia . ,r.t. .. '"
whii-1. ...1, , , . 'o . ",ttot ,ur mixea i.a
1 --a iui. sal nb. r:i.iiaLJ.ii inu-ti .
OATS ar eiaa.iy
Poverty thk Parent of Flx. Poverty,
says an exchange, runs strongly to Inn. 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 ia 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 ia 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.
'. .-vues jo bush ear, iu buU ,
ud 10 fair demand at Sic, in
H.Cirln " d iu glH'J dtmu"t 7J71c. Sales
1200 bushels at 7oc. ...
BARLEY There is a lair demand for priuio 10
choice lall at WiSSl; the common grades are null
nAY The demand Is good aud pnees advanced
on avaj; qUle Pri'UK TlUithy at ' "ales
CHEESE The market is Arm wit'i a good demand
at last quotations; sales 78 boxes' W.E.at9V:c
BtTTER Prime fraeh is scarce and in good de
man.i at 10la for Central Ohio and W. K : common
J H Criddle.
W Matl. ' '
- WIUJAMSO.V COCXTY. ,
Jis-S 11 SShort. Mrs S P Hil.lreth,
Mr S E Truitt . K A Richardson ,
" 31 H Crouch, , 3Ire Mary M IVal.v
' Jo.1 Anderson, Miss Mwv TCr.in
' 4 - . .-,', -MrsLHays. - , - i v.
Clifion Emory, Joha"jIiiler.
3lrs Tana, . Mrs WUiiaius .
Jonathan dm. .. ... Th Pauee, . , .
3Irs Sims, .Mrs Gregory, '
B B Truman, ; Guillbrd, ' .
Mrs S Kluni-Ilv, v - Travis' ' -
Capt O W Xiavis, Clarks- A W Uavis Favctteville.
H Herblln, ville. Mrs5 Stroud, Slorrison.
JH Philbrooks, Columbia. ELC Witty, "
A P Parnsh, Cumberland W A MarelialU Rulherft-rd
Iron Works. county." " '
" Mrs 31 A Russell,
Mrs 31 A Girvin .
Mrs E A Yancey,
. GEORGIA. ..
T, i J W Dunn. ' , .
- Mrs-C Kuowltnu," . i:
Mrs S Daniels
J Try on.
ALARAMJL-4 3 eBy. 1
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the low
priee of $k) hemmers included. They gather and
sow on tiio band at the same time. Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, Ml, bind, kc. Thev sew
every variety of work, from the LIGHTEST 'to the
JitAV lt.-l, and are unquestionably ihe best 3Iachiues
in the market for famttv-nser A Premium was award
ed to the HOWE MACHINE at the late State Fair.
CONE BROS., Agents
sepi2i-ir 63 CJlege street, Xa-ih ville, Teiui.
m m mm m fm
T M.P ( hi :r E K -r
AND WHoLEjAU 'PEALEiiS IS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
- Sai-s, Tohavi-tt, c., .......
.-fCU a.- ; - -
Old Bourbon, OldJye. MononraheTa. Irisand Ecoth. WhikV Cam., 'r, cv'
aad AppU Brandies; Port, Mader a- MalaeaT- ChlAee?cSh4S' Pe
Scotchjmd KoUand Gin, and all otlier fi a&r' 9
- r -- louna lajne WestJrn lountty u
HOKKS, STOCK. l:i:.X-rCK. &c. TAKEN l.V l. il.XXt.'i-: Fc-R .1 Y OF ol P
. Wikt or improt e,I l,iL.U. t . Frj.vs. w here . lie li l,s are , .-rW-t ic lZ S :" e 1
"I a p..ce f laud a bill of l.i.,!.. s, I'iar?. 'i.il.r.i-c. OI ,-uch n a-orimm .- 'T U ,b "U"''
tki-h Prie.. aud take our pa ia W-tlird cash. aa Jwc-tl '10 ! - '"-' ur low-i
rotieKexchanjritux Uuds lor Ikiuois, Ac, ran have the it ml anntt oTCi bT.l al n (Li- rt' .
close the trade with us. and ord.-T Ihe ioous ia iarce or small ... ,..t u .i,, . . t. ll"
tttentoneach order up to January, 1S61. or we w ill s.11 at he,- fibres lor a small uro,.7tZ r..A i
as "Oal as rail . t...n.( . .'
v. XI. 1 1 I.Mi Al. I ll
cretUt on the balance.
We -uruantoo our st.H-k to oe
THE BAR.VKS HOUSE,
N. 17 .M.VKKKf STREET, ST. Lul'IS, MISsoV'
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
43, Vuiou Nireel,
OtWV IClllM -Vf.. .... . . ... I
..,..-...- Jl.Tfin M ail UOUrS. II:i V UU. tl.rrllt an. 9 I L..-1 ....... 1 .1
X' has exn-usi ve amtmremeata ..U T "i. "'..: L" 1 'f .:u
Game of every tea,.ri,asS.. Fish.oysterS. The ?,' 7 " fT
Wines, and every other article of lnvurt -hi..o I ? ". . ..
possiDly lw obtained in Nashville. The 1km ise is nr...
i-.lul .. ; . i.n ...
. w uu uir lw. aua flu IUt mm...
iot cooic:ui. fatins Hall ntn-d up in handsome, com-
"31 ETIIOPO CIT A . "
C'liaucery, sale. v
Major IFurli- farm fur tale.
Pl 'VA Vf " dei-ree itf the Ouuicerv Colirt at
-Nisiivue. m the case of sWnh II U..A- u
Jiroived to Peil on the mmise.
AHlXl.jhftFarm IsO acre.
. i me river (tunitxi land,
M.r .r wl -ua ..hi -b hi; :zt vgszr w
A viK- '"'""'""''"eikai.and on credit oj
u, ' .,"". wiUHHii wterest-irchaMr
ti.j,ve i oi. a .lh approved fecuriiv and lien to be re
u-ti, . . . ; j k d,c-
EATING HO USE,"
3. MOUUi:, I-ioinittor.
T HA"E made extensive arrane.-m..nia r. .i... .
t-isit" 'nf' ?f Ute comuir'o;
mos7 k'T': -S' &w-iue
.1. i L . . " ricxeis ana condituects Iron.
ilhZtUyblul't Cross 4 Black WeUand
....,,iiu a targe and well selected block of
Fseellent COOKS and attentive Waiters, the a hole'
Zi ,X V 4ue lMa or -Pnibor we will K pre
pared to aait upon our customers, DAY AND NnWiT
l7:aVt"er3 Wl" flu1 nis "rrangemtnt to VneTr
. "-ft ...
31rs E Wyatt,
Mrs -A Gordon ,
Mrs H Davin.
to a d.vreo of the Chancery Court at
. ia the case of Win. Hasiau, adm'r., 4c.
ihivlam and othoi. I will DiuceeJ t.i il
, i f- " u''ti, to llA of Ortolw, 18i.
all IheKea. Estate of which the lata simuel HaaUja
ntrRSl.i NT u
, " " uw sam.i consisting of the Mill Lot j;
Lot sun V a ren street. 7 Lou ol IiclieviUe street' 1
i m- ",n "trect of 60 , 1 Lot of 300 leet iu.
t W!:.?t,'vl- in McUavock'a Aadltion, 1 Lo: tu
Bii.sU & hit.'Slde'5 addition Vn O.I Tl. u.-:;-r...
f't to be rcmortJ by jurcluiser.
ii-KMs.l, -Janus yrars credit wiih Intermit .i
.-.oaal s.-uru- lvouirtd and hsn reiir.a '
' lvquirtd and li-n retained.
" J. E. GLKaYES, C. t M.
.DtiruV rouna t arm fur Sale.
ilt'R X'AVT-lo a decree of the Chancery Court at -N..ihville.
n the ejwnf U v ri,i-.n.. r .
ot lH!i otnjT, aecM. Eiien-Ymm.. a .sJ'JT .
hens ijuj (-realtors of s.n.l Ie.ni..i Vm,r in .
0 eli on the pteinise?, on WJay, Cktcbrr 12th. 18)
thniflne rarmof the Lite Daniel Vo. situitcdi'
U.H.M lrom tins ( ity, ou White s Creek, conlaiainz COi
acrfs.and with xroik-nt iB,proveuieni.of every kaa
li.i;M :. . rc-J.t of S. li and it uir.tlw C,i.
CEt. Notes With lT-Otl Se.'llrilr m. .
Bonk, and lion renod. . w " w,wt
1ff MEmuruUTAX. -Qx
Shooting Affair ox Cedar Stkekt. A
little after 8 o'clock yesterday morning, Ce
dar street, between Cherry and the Public
Square, wa the scene of quite a spirited
shooting affair, ia which some eight or ten
shots arc said to have been fired, and ia which
two of the parties involved were wounded.
The affray was betweeu Messrs. James M.
Hawkins and Tuomas McCall on the one
part, and Mr. KossKY.r.p.AXCH 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. Ikach was shot through the arm and
in the abdomen;"Mr. McCall" received a shot
ia the leg ju-st below the thigh. Neiiher, we
believe, is considered dangerously hurt. Mr.
Hawkins csenped untouched
Rrs-SELL IIocstox, Eeq., and Johx F.
IIocfE, Esq., will address the people on the j
issues In the pending canvass, at the follow
ing times and places:
Fayetteville, Saturday October Kth.
Seventh ano Eighth Wakds Clcb We
are requested to say that the Bell and Everett
Club of the Seventh and Eighth Wards will
hold 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 the Club can turn ibeir attention
to the affairs of the canvass, and it is hoped
that they will not flag.
Dissolution op Copartnership. It will
be seen from a card ia another column that
the Grm of Riekpatrice, Neyixs fc Co. bas
been diHsolvcd, M.4E. Kibxpatricx having
retired from the concern.
. The business will be carried on at the old
stand by the remaining partners, -Neviss,
Keith and Brother, under the style and firm
of Neyixs, Keith t Co'. They will keep coa
stantiy on hand a very large assortment of
every article iu the wholesale grocery line,
and will offer the best of inducements to the
retail trade. We heartily commend the house
of the new firm to grocery dealers through-
out the country.
APARTNHt in it lucrative business. Any young
-man with a fusr bandrert dollars can find a part
ner, by addreasing liCSJNESi at the P. O. Nashville.
, - - eptl8-tf -
Corn. Flour, &c.
'QflA BAGS prtMCon;'., . V..: 1
OUU 360 btf Flour; .
AM barrels Floor, (varum Dranas,;
Ja store a&4 lor aole very low by " "
aeiall . . . , llCCfl HoCBA CO.
' aV Tbousaad fedBds Potash on band
and for sale
RAIN8, EiiCWX CO.
Thb Theatre. Mr. J. Br. Rob KRTsmade
bis debut last night, and gave us a touch of
Richard III. before very decidedly the largest
and most fashionable audience of the -seasoa
so far. '
We saw Mr. Roberts last night for the first
time. " We will not say that he "eame tip to
our expectations," for he did not, by at least
aa octave and a half. But perhaps we ex
pected too much. It is very likely we did.
lie Is a good actor, .however, and when
"Richmond" had run bis eword through bim,
and be bad died with sufficient effect to bring
down the bouse, and the curtain had fallen.
the irrepresJble element of the auditory call
ed Urn to the footlights and3eman3er of
bim a speech, which be gave them qotte a
rnodtr - - - w-
To-night be plays Hamlet, and he will play
it, we'll venture to eay, better than be plays j
J2r Mr. J. B. Napier, of this city, bas
banded ns tlto subjoined card for publica
tion : -To
the Editors of the Daily Patriot. -
Gentlemen : Tbe new jBreckiurldge-De-i
mocratlc 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. 1. J. B. Napier.
lullaboma, Monday. ' 8th.
Spring Hill, Tuesday, 9th.
Mt. Pleasant, Wednesday, 10th.
Pulaski, Saturday, 20th.
Brownsville, Tuesday, ". ,23rd.
Summerville, Wednesday. 24ih.
Bolivar, Thursday, " 25th.
Cleveland, Saturday. - 27th.
Benton, Monday, a " 29th.
Athens, Tuesday, 30th. "
Madiionville, Wednesday, " 31st,
Nashville. Sept. 15, 18C0. '
The Committee appointed by the State Bu,
reau of the Seventh Annual State Fair of
Tennessee to examine, aud make awur d for
tbe best Family Sewing Machiue, find on ex
hibition tbe following machines ia competi
tion : the I. M. Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, A.
B. Howe, aud the Grover & Baker. The first
three named, although differing in construc
tion aud capacity, still so far as the stitch is
concerned, all arrive at tbe same point, mak
iug what is called and known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a Ehuttls 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. tbe . purposes of
manufacture. The points we conceive most
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of reqoiremeuU ia a machiue for fami
ly sewing, we find more fully combined la
the Grover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, ease of manage
ment, advantage of usiug thread from two
spools without rewinding; strength of work,
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch,
and quietneei of movement.' We therefore
make award to tbe 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 61 the original decision and award
of the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair for 1EC0.
L. P. WILLIAMS,
- Sec'y. State Agricultural Bureau.
Of&ce of exhibition and sale of the Grover
& Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
R. H. BR0CKWAY,
Proprietor and owner of tbe Grover Jt Baker
Patent lor the State of Tennessee.
-St. Louis .viarket.
St. Lons. Sept. 2S P. I
FI.UL'R Ihe drrujiid is coi.fined to rela lers' lots
and for bags on orders. Country brands are quite
du'l. hale of 1,000 bbls citv superfine on private
terms, 75 bbls choice do Si 25; 100 do fancy $i 40
loO do lancy $5 60; 100 do country super $4 US on
board; 60 uo choice super $5 10; 7a do low grade ia
oil; 40 do flue it : VOO bat's citv lane s- rn-1 m. ,i .77
per$i 65; 91 co country extra $2 H Q bag-
WHEAT The market for superliue grades of fall
was heavy, and prices low. r, wni.e prime aud choice
was barely sustaiued. There was a good deal
common spriug and club on the market, which went
at a decline; bist qualities club about the same as on
Wednesday, twile embrace 800 baes mixed and n.
spring at lyfi-o : 1 .4ftO do good spring at b5c;4ii0do
prime and :? f)y.v- uwv i
and good . o Aa,. J;; do prime and choice
do $1 20
CORN The demand was g jod and prices steady
Sales include 152 bags Common ilixed 4i;c;700 do
Prime Mixed 48c; ldOdo Northern Mixed 48 lie 1 -00
bags Aellow and ilixed White 50fiolc;450 bags
Prime white 52c, and Hi do CUoice white 4,4c. aU in
OATi Tbe market was sleailv jin.l "r...... ..i.. . r
(Wl V . . ...... .. . T ...... . ...to.'i
A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a flue Brelt Carriage, second h.uj.l
One Phaeton Carriage, new-One superb Barouche'
second hand; One large Family Carriage, second hand
Fine second hand Piano, good make. All of which ,
in oe som very cneap, to elose, by
un-u. I. DHituis A: CO.,
Central Auallou Rooms, 27 College .-.f."
j S M -Jr
Cholera, Flux, Djseiiffry.
"VJ"0 family phould be without the f'vscntery S r
op iu toe House. Children are dy'inj? daily from
Eowel Coirplaint, which this time iv would nrnm.,.ic
cure " -" i. j
Debility lrom Heat.
. Li!e. ,ue Thermometer raises over 90 in the
hade, the Graefenbcrg HEALTH BITTER.- whh
ost2o a paekage, makes the best 8treugit.,
onic in the world. F(-5 cenM tou can make h-iH
gallon of these health giving Ditters, which :i id the
ppetite, give power to the conetitution, resulaia the
"rlt conquors general Ji bild v. Nuw
aeon lortlieir use. . .
A. A. A. J.ttXAHli,
Uni st., opposite State Hank,
rAKX pleasure In iDformirg the publ.c tht thev
liave rts ently luted up a flue
i . o - ja-o-; a 'iM do prime and choice
Oii;. : 85o do pour fail 'Jofwil 05; iOO do
i $1 loia l 2o2do prime red $1 17jf 27
(0; l,y7i do clioice red uud white $1 20(2)'l 27.
MACKENZIE & SflXCKIN
.... FRUIT JA11S.
QTONE & CO.'S Fruit Jars for Bale bv
-aua- una iiliaSLl; ( MIodu,
as above They will kep contaut'.v uulub.l a rood
f )f GA -IE- V1' FISH, c ac. TuF:
L' .L:1" 01 I'"ri"'- xs aud attentive
H. K. FOWLERIjT GOT.
R-VINri, BR0WV & CO
DR- H.: McLEANS
k MreiiglneuiLg Cordial and
o. o3 Cherry street,-
200 bags good SS,c; 3.30U do prime a3:c- 60do TV. e . . . - - - -
choice 343ic, b-gs included, aud ooo do m doub- . Greates Remedy tn the "World, and the
ie gunnies, at doc, delivered on board. I most delicious and deli ehtful Cor-
" The jiill of the Cod's Grinds -Mowly."
F. HAG AN
HAS received simoultaneously with its issue iu New
York, MARION HARLAXD'3 NEW IMXlK,
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
The scene of the story oC A'emeii is laid iu the
South. The time, the beeiDninir of the nresent
ry. The customs and events or those days are traced
with fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
with the narrative, that the reader is not wearied l.y
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as famiiiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their inmates differ littlo from the
men and women with whom ho 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 dcleneation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
discription, and certainly no other contains a plu so
strikuig in conception and o ally managed.
The reader cannot but remark how irrcsistably yet
naturally he is borne along by the tide of event3.
There Is no need after he is once in the current to ex
plain the ominous t it Uu that frowns at the top of the
page. Before the .Vc-nuuu is unvaited the reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that
iuens are uiuaeu springs ana . secret wires under the
feet and in the homes of the unsuspecting objects of
her vengence and the pertinent motto of the authorers
fully proves that retribution though somtimes slow is
always sure. . .
Also a fresh supply of t ho
The following notice of this work is from the "gener
ous pen of ANX CORA RITCHIE, and pays a Just trib
ute to the most successful female writer Virginia bas
produced: " " '". ' WM. CITAE.V BRYANT.
IH this noble production lio upon the table, and
enliven tbe 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 her achievements, show her honors, and the
cry that tbe South bas no literature, is silenced forc-
- And a large supply of above, and 3I0?S PTTiE.
A fresh supply of RCTLEDGE.
i uaa ratner written RCTLEDGE than 311 IX ON
THE FLOSS. Author if Beulak.
HARPER and GODEY, for September, Just received
AuS2I-tf No. 41 College Street.
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
table. Compound,. - -
lrocurcu oy tue
distillation of Roots.
Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Dock. Ultxkl
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
to its composition.
The entire active
of each .ingredient
is- thoroughly ex
tracted by mv new
method of distilling, ySf.l
-r- . . . urooucinir . .1 ..i . .
KPma Ta L-inrr r " -
""""'ous, exhiierating-lllfr ta&lllf .
oK",.m.iiouiui miamojo remodvfor renovatina
the diseased evatein. and riinro.
and-deTiilitated Invalid to neaTHi ami PtrVnh. a
W1U. EFFECTU.UXY ClTJ-1
Liver Coraplalut, lpepla Jaat
dice, Chrouic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of Ihe Kidneys,
atid ail diseases arising from a "disordered " Liver or
htomach, l)j-spepsia, Heartburn. Inward Piles, Acidity
U i ai T u L . -"u. r uiineas ot JJIoo.1 to the
Head, -BuH Pam or swimnrtug-in the Head. Pal pitatiou
of the Heart , F ullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
AM.r always ou U-itu! a -lii-varinv ..f s..i...j
resh Fi.-li.l'ort.-r Aoune l.i i.-l; r ..n i .. .'
and variety. Also.every varftm.f vegetables on hand
ready and served to ..rder iu the best of nvle would
respectfully invite the attention of their Ir'ien'd-. and
the public to give thctn a call. - '-
' J- K. FOWI.KK - to.
No. Oo I lu-rry St.. one door from Aiti.n.'c tv.... i
in t'olonade Buildings. juii.-22-tl
Sljlos for Fall flow Keadj.
2i .r.jrt of the Dr. Shtitw uaie.'
piT.sy.VT to a decree of the CnaaorytCoort av
. ..a31i,iiic. iu iiie case of Barrow and Tjiiiiev.
Admr s oi the lste Dr. John Shelbv, dec d., ,. Itar J
it. aiielby and othen I wiU seli at "public sale at tiu
ic' v''3 be-oSing to the rstate cf Dr. SLolir
Terms. o and la month' cred.t, with interest
purchasers to give th ir notes irttt Vxo approved sc.'
rilies and payable in Bank. Sale ab:oiute uid y'-hcit
restriction. " . a
At the family residmoe. in Edgefield, ca JHJ?w, On
19:h Oct.ler. 1S00.I tr U scil ail the Furniture aad other
uuioia personal p.-ope. -ty.ofavery ie?cript;on. to ti-hi-tiest
bidders. Six months' credit wlta iaterEt
notes to be payable in Bank and to be wcJ tecured ea
cept when the purchaser amounts to Iras than $100 ir
which cae the rah w.H be requlrM. " '
iepi4-tds J. E.r, LFAVE3, C. 1 11.
2 A'ejrorj the Hark 1'ounj estate fvr za.
I JiT.-tUANT t a decree-cf-lhe-CaiXicerw. Ocxrt at
A -Whvilie. in the case of James H. and Jamb Yuuss
Admr s of Mark Young, dee'd.. rt. Ciiubcth Young acS
otoer I will sell at tne Court-h-oj.". la Na.l riiie. tm.
.'MturJay. Vl.ter 20.. 1W0. thr toiun .n-- .-Ji.-.v.' ....
able m liauk
Fanny aud Edward.
mouths' credit without ;!i'oreit,not;pr
, :ind w :iU iood pcrjiiol icurltr r.M,u:r J
J. E. iU.A F-i.C. k. M
W" E this day introduce our Fall Stvlu of'Snk tt.ts
. . -...u.iM...K.uiv i IIUI.M1 anu elegancy ut ti'le
cannot be surussed. Ifentleiueu of taste will call and
select one at the li.sliaiuable.Hat Einporiuiu of
, , . . ' F"RANClSL'0'.-5.
sept 1-tf , . xo 23 Public square.
Tlie Japanese Hat
' style of soil Hat
at the ll.it Emporium of
septl-tf ' xo!
Atn friyie ol soil Hat, got up very tine and iu:h
2:1 Pubih: Spiare
II II! II
Batk,Siest or aide, sadden- flush oi Heat, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or
any Nervous Disease, bores or Blotches on the skin," and
Fever audgue (or Chills aadEever-.) t w i
Over a Miliiou of itotfles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
glance has it railed ill giving entire satisiaction. Who
then, will SuOex lrom, Weakness or Dubiiuv whea lie
Lean t iXremitktmina Cordial will
So language can convey an adequate idea of the im
me.liat and almost oniraculoas, change produced bv
taking this Cordial in the dUea.ieebniUurand
u. . . sjMtm, wdhuit drokwi down by
nE?','? by nature.""-"apaired bysickms the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to Us
prcstlnc health aud vigor.
?IAUU1ED lJEItSO.S4 .".
e ,fr!:4o?s of Ability, from whatever cause, '
wiUund .McLean s Wreagtheumg Cordial a thorough
4 gf?t0rfUli8yste,u'nd11 who may havo iii
!lire th,em80lvcs by improper Indulgence, will tid in
tbe Cordial a certain and speedy remedy
TO THE LADIES,
VIeL.eana Ktrenzthenlns Cordial
is a sovereign aad speedy cure for -
Incipient Conaumptlou, Wltltea,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Irine or Involuntary Discharee thereof viii., .a- .i.
Womb, Gidaiuess, Faiutingaud all Discasea Incident to
. Xheie la no Allataka About-Itl--Siifler
no longer. Take If according to directions. It
Dtiuuui iu , iu cue uwa inn mvuromtA .v..
the bloom of health to mount vour cheek axain Every
bolIk ia Ulrnntiwl In .u.. a, .r.. "
. y ftl , OMUIW.UUU, . L C 4
If your childron are sickly puny or afflicted, 31c-
Pflfl at (Ytrlmi aill m.. Lr th... I i.t - , .
Frenclf Sort "Hat;
OCR stock of French Soft Hals is now complete, cm
bracing all orihe latest st vies, which we invite
the attention of all. A. J. FRANCISCO, v
Hatter and Furrier, No. 21 Puf.Jfc Sjuanr Nashville'
Tlie Freitcli (Vttar Iliit.
T li-T received a.uew lotdirect iinportation of those
v jopuiar nais, so mucu aumiretl, oiiuaisf.ng of llio
Black aud Drab color, whicn. for fineness of fabric, can-
uoi oe EurpaEseu, at tne lasnionable Hat Emporium ot
septl-tf .. . .... . No. 23 Public Square.
The French Pocliet Hat.
OF entirely new
dssisjn ust received this day
A. J- FRANCISCO.
No. 23 Public Square.
Mu.vii.ii,Mj-i. ;;:;i, miss. tunLS will open a
S:hooi lor tiii Is in the Ba-u.-meut of Ihe Fresby te
riau Church, Edgelieid. Arraiu;emeutshavcb-en ni.ula
to give a full and thorough Academic au.l Collegiate
The Lady employed to teach Mukh-.'.imiot fail to:
entire Kit isfact ion.
31m. P. F. SAN'TELTa halive" of France, and a gradu
ate ol the Royal Colli ve of Algiers, will teaeh French,
luuisn, iiaiian anu Jioucrn. vircxk.- 310U..Sanel pre
sents tin; best testimonials from many distinguished
-Mr. H. J. Meigs says of Mon. Santel: -Ho has been
teaching my sou some time, and this practical trial of
uiui couviuces rae uiai ue ueset v.-s to te trusted int.
plmtly as a Teacher of French' ' . - - -.
The ropalnKjiates s,-sriun of lUa tuoiUaJH are Hi,
3IuRicon the l'iaiin.(. . ,. (25 00
iiiin ana breeK...... 10 00
Modern Languages . '20 00
Ciochetand NHtiv-work.. ....... ........ t 00
S Pupils will be charged from the time of entering
to uie eaa mo muwb. .ilie niiu wut .oe payable at
uic miuaie oi tne s-ssuhi. au2S-tf
. Literary . Papers . and Periopicaia
Regularly every week F. Haqan Co.,
College Street,' receive a large supply
of all the most popular literary papers, and
every month all tbe best periodicals. They
have a very large assortment of books, eta- j
tionery, Ac, Cc, at wholesale and retail.
Tbe immortal "Old Gan," of the
Franklin (Ky.) Democratic Banner, was in
town yesterday, wearing a new pair of boots
and looking extremely interesting.
Death of Mr. A. M. Dean. We learn from
the Galveston Newt that Mr. A.1L Dcsx died
recently at Ricbmond.-Texas, of consump
tion. Mr. Dcnji waa a natlre of HanUvill?,
Ala., bis father John K. Doxn, Esq, having,
many years ago, been a prominent citizen of
that place. Tbe deceased was an amible, In
telligent young gentleman, and, since 1813,
we believe, bad been connected with tna
press of his adopted State. ' We knew him
from infancy to manhood, and parted with
bim regretfully when he left to try his for
tune amongst strangers. -It gives na pleas
ure la know. thai ke. made friends, and gained
the good will of the community ia which he
lived ; and ve grieve with hl aorrowlng re-
lationi over Us early death,
Edgtfield & Kentucky Railroad.
xVashTille to ClarJisyllle, Hop.
kinsTille, KussellTille, &.c.
- - J - CHANGE OF TIME, "-- -Commencing
MONDAY, September 24th, 1300.
. Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. a. and 12 JO p.
Arrive at Clarkaviiie loao a. m. and. 4:40 r. a.
, GOING SOUTH.
Leave OarksvUle at 420 a. a. and 3 r. u.
Arrive at Nashville 8:30 a. at. and 6:45 P. a.
The morning train from Nashville connects at Tail's
biatlon, near Mat tine, whq staoghter & Co.'s daily
line of four horse coaches for Hopkins v uie, Ky. . via.
Trenton, Pembrake, ax. .
From HopkmsvUie stages leave for Columbus. Kv..
I 0,iim1i .1 V. I.n rlil.-ll. Uu..! "
The Evening train from Nashville makes close con
nection at State Line with train of Memphis Branch
Railroad to Ruaaetiv Uie, Bowling Green , 4ic
t are lrom. .uriiitme to xienacxson. 4 60. . .
sept2d-tf - Chief Engineer, K A K. R R.
DO YOU INSURE i
If not,' Insure at once.
M" A S II- A M A IVU,
' RS11ASCE AGENTS, -
2 College Street, '
1 NashTille, Teniiessee. -
$100,000 DEPOSITED WITH COMPTROLLER. -
$5,000,000 CASH CAPITAL REPKEaENTED.
---- -- - . - sept27-tf
. it, x uu. O. W. FALL
a. li. Jiu.MUUilliUY, Special Partner
M'CALL & FALL,
Wholesale and It e tail . ,
"" DEALER IS "
cos, riTLEEY, 4 ;V:T
Plows, Rakes, Cultivators,
KIRKMAN &. ELLIS' OLD STAND
31, Public Square,
- NASHVILLE, TENN.
HAT1X,9 dted to our already large stock of HARD
WARE and CI TI.FRV ln u.n.n.
nrn rw - - i i ut-i
v4ui a ....
I INE TABLFAND POCKET KNTVES,"
'"'.'EDGE TOOLS,. J. v
.. hfTlT nivrt nmnrrriTiii''". A
V, v., ouiiiiiaw uaiiUlt AliC, - : j
FA RMERS, CAEPENTERST . I '. ,.y,
" COOPERS, SMITHS, and
MACHINISTS' -Tools, -Implements,: Ac JtcJ
Leana Cordial will make them healthy , fat aud robust.
uwi a mouM.ui, try it and you will be convinced.
" "cuvtvui o Jallt,
CAUTION Beware of Druggist or Dealers w ho may
try to- palm upon yon some Bitter; or-riarsapartUa
trash, which they can buy chean hv cai.;n L ......
as good. Avoid such men. Askfor31cLean'sPtrength
eumg : Cordial, aud take nothing else. It is the July
remedy that will purify the Blood thoroughly and at
the same time strengthen the system. .
One tablespoonful taken every momlnir fcu.t;nr .
certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever Yel
low Fever, or anv Drecalent itic. n
large bottles. " TTTT' . - y
Price only fl per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5 -
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Aiso, JlcLean a Vol
canic ou Liniment.
Principal Deoot ou the
St. Louis. 31o. - ." . ""' '
Sold by W. W. EERRY X- nrfnr-rr"i r v-i...n!
anil sll Maiwu..i.i. -. . '
wuie iTugsism every wure. . k
niBiTs or t.ocD soncif
A nana cok for L es and GeLtlaineu
This Is not, as might be inferred , a collet lion ol eet
forms, ce-emouics ,jM.ii.ts of etiquette, and cuiivlo-
uonaiisms, jvntten ty a i-t-rsi.u aeil c n ver-act
srith the World, aud,; aitaala Ut-p ti.iuter, 4 rage
reasouer, auu a correct uijrani. n mil beeuil..
standard work on Habit and Uai-uei a, and end
ts way into every library. For sale by 5.
JOHN YilfcK-i OK,'
' ' No. SS l ioou stiee
. u' j J t. 1 . J. X w ... J -y
Otif tif t!;e-nwst icpBlar-aml-Efiitvolt'cl
f.: : a : . i institution.; iij iu.
An aperient and rtomacliic preparatioa of
pOIf purified of Oxygrn and Carbon by com.
butioa in Hydrogen, of high medical author.
tt and extraordinary efficaiy in each, of th
fallowing1 complaints, viz. :
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AF11CTT0N3, SKA
CIAViox, DYSPEPSIA. DiAliSflEA, COSSTT.
Pino:,. -ckofula, salt xltetjm. exttevy
Jaundice, lives complaints rheuma!
tism. mescitkial consequences, lntext
jiittent fevers, neuralgia, chr0.nic
headaches female we.ulhess. m1s-
sIENSTRUATION. WHITES, C1LL0RQSIS. etc
PIMPLES ON THE FACE. Ht'ttGHXT-ss nv
THE SKIN, eti.
Tha LROX being absorbed by the blood, ani
thus-circulating tbrougb tbe wb)l ayatem, ne
part of the body can escape their truly wonden.
Tbs experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for . moment be
comred with it. Impurities of blood, de.
predion of vital energy, pale ani otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity ia al
most every conceivable cas. Ia tU cases of
female debility (fluor albas, chlorosis, etc.), ita
eCects ara dolightfally renovating. Na remedy
has ever been discovered, in tbo while history
of medicine, which exerts snch prompt, happy,
an d Tally restorative effects. Good app etite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition ol strength,
witl ; .n - unusual -disposition for airtive an?
cheerful" exercise; immediately follcnr ita nae.
A a gTand stomachic and general nstorativ
it has no superior and no iubstitate. .
Put np In lieaf flat metal boxra cotitalal'
M pills, priea 50 eentt per box t ate to?.
t- i Vi Miie Otxzeir boxrti M. For awl try
lriii;t.'lts grnorally. Will be sent free to
ny tlilrt-iv on receipt ot tlxm prtco. ai Ie
tec, orti-r, t Ic alto old be addreascA to
R. B. LOCKE & QDM
339 BROADWAY, M a-.
' S. II. The above la a fae-aUnlle mT tba
labtl oa vorli box.- , . . .... . ...
22-ctnwly . . - .,-"
Tennessee & Alabama KaHroad.
0 aud after MONDAY SEPTEMBER 10th, 1SS0, la
Moniius Train, going Sooth, will Itav NaainUlB
t 6:1 31.. instead of 4:15. --
Ihrough lickets given to Decatur, Grand JuccUat
and ilempliis. Only seven miles Stagimr .
lue luno from Nashville to Decatur. CnMlntt
Uon, and Memphis will be 1 hour and 15 minuua 1.
than by any Oiis-rj-oute..
Returning, the Train from Hemtihla.
and Decatur, wul arrive at Nashrute at 4 P. H. . on
uour ouner man oy any otner Road.
sei.t5-if Supanntendea!. -:
The Eveauiif Tialu WlH leave at I n'tAnr-p' T w -
JtJT Tf '
No. 69 Market Str
I XE have now on hand a fall and complete as
ft sortraent of MACHINES. IMPLEM EXis Jte
which we oflerat the veryiowest prases; - v
ireolar 8aw Kills, doable and In?le : '
Mal.l CiHa. WTill a. A r. I- ? 1 T ! . . .-
Sinclair's straw Cutterc - -
- Whea Drills: " ; J
:. t..i:-: i i. llx, Steel Plowi H
xieia Hollers. &c
Ct.NJ. SHIELDS it Ca t
TX7S wul pay the highest market price tor Feathers,
v Beeswax, (ieaaaag, Drtod trull, Lara, etc., I
either Cash or Grocerie.
pplt VfC BUCa UcCREl h CO.
we respeetralty solicit a call from our friends. Jbr-
nwr pairoos Ol "atTiiu. Vo." and tne nnblie rea-
l erauy. . ... .
i. a-. .v.Ktrlfinsa k Ellis' OULStaai.u.-. 1
84 PUBLIC SQUARE,
,' NasbvlUe, Tennessee,
. Feed for Stock .
' '& r ttv reaucea i oo per barrel by
Fresh Peaclics. " w r :
Py K DOZES' Cans Fresh Peaches just received and
( tJ for sale b y -- - . . - -:-
aprll-tf M'ZEIX. JIOOI'FR Jk rO. .'
. kv Cojtn ! Corn!
An caderlclc, .aeet-.
milK Doetor himself ia an .l.t tr. .... r
: A the old and tbu country ,bcUsralready 15 Vears
in.i.ij -roiHimiiy ano-aoiirafXy. -ur-moantedall
tba triaUor the nt-w.w ld, aud bat-
tic auo euihj uotcujueaui oi ttif wtxijerane ol dis
ttmmvm v. .i.viriil Kl.lllSirii, BUU AOItQ, Bi)
aaj joejitmp o nta aatveaa la the tr.B'meul4 aen.
eral aud private diseases ia indii;puiaUi,-f;r I.n
be bas the most rehab le referetiees.-
Special auction paid W disa.ses a- - Fea.fes uaa
tuiuir-ii, buu iiiulu Krauiicuuuu ua leeiS, Ul genef.i
i, uy vciut tnirasiwi w:ia aoniictate raises fi r tu t'
lll.icf rata bla til-ill Hi i..t . r J
.. . .... ........... i!n:ue Amert-
can, French and tienuaa tanguaces , and aiwsvs
ready U tender his advice and tervt-es wuh .due.
hesa,consclent!onueea aad-discTetion t i
rersoni at a distance may .hare -h: iu .a-
OCff Bushel mixed Cora
Sooo boshela white Cora,
jus received oy a. jexkEvs,
. No. 14 Market street
medicines by consulting bim thrnngh letter im l
1 f - . ..v iiut -U. O-j'J . .
I jneSSf yRe?Ul?" ?? ?-? MM,Mrk j rrel
I -Extra FtoeCorn'ilealV ; '
A S ddL,i0,,1 "opPly lust received per CieuVood
a. a, nuy oarreis or tlie e imMt v,..( t.
in the mirtet.
RENJ. F. SHIELDS a CO..
No. 27 College street.
THE Ti-rmeps. Cuflbe sn.t Dininj Hail. All Vha gooX"
tliitigsirf tat svasoa will be kept constantly oa
UanT. L . T. BIGvS.a
NORTII MARKET 3TELET.
'I'll!- undesiied be?s leave to inform his friends and
1 A. tne pubnc thai he has still ou hand a number ot
Landsouie velticlcaff ail kinds, and asulendid stod of
bury ,an(L.unjiorses, for the j.; cf fat ycAa
gents ou COURTING IXPEldaONS, or for" the'accom
nui,iUoa j- Youi Auwi-a aad Younf Amei fo'-
What man liviua.of acv sort of unlrii ibjI.
would be content to snail it behuid a LOW UuiUi
when he know, that an ANIXLU. uF SPIRIT could be
i.buinedi -. .: . i vv ,
AT TUC LEVIATUAX STABLES."
Parties d.iriug Coaches for '-PIC-NTCS,yjiB4 aafa.
and careful 1 rtverat khnuld not Sorgvs anat the paper-; .
Raid about Thb New Coaca, from lue LtviantaS Lnsa:
STiBUts, ou Nui lh llai Let stmet. . --. ra "
; it JIcFERRAN.
; jn20-tf ProprMfcor.
. . Harper's Magaiina tor October,
Jiil "received ty JiCTN YoRK k CO.
Sept 19-lf -
. ThoJt'oinaa IbTST!1. .'t" ' - r .
: C:e-oir hirotteau. S-.CU he ol Pal aaiaa u(e by Ita'XaO.
1 Advenlurea 4 Adaui's Mounttin.o'r" and.,Grt3Wy
Roar 1! ui of CnluVnTiu. illustrated.
, . lor sale by JOHN YOPJC a C0-,
AtlA-'tf 30 Unioo street.
fieas ia one of the most agreeablt) neiihhoruoods f r,uo
a the city. ihvlcraU; rent, iiogysnai eiv.
. - - in I'lmi
f tb tirovur &. Baker
ks was aworaeu to