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" Tor Vice-President,
ED WARD EVERETT
OF M A SPACH CiSETTS.
? HLECTOKAL TfCKET.
; J FOR THE STATE AT LARGE.
"V,. ' It AU-IK FEl'TOJi, of Miniif-r,
. 6. TAVLOB, ofCtrttr.
- . - - K.it tiie rrsrnicTs.
1. J. V. DEADERICK. of Washington.
rnXi. P. TEMPLE, of Kiiox.
:j. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McM'mn.
4. R. S. STANTON, of Smith.
5. II I.OOLLADAY. of Wilson.
. 6.WH F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln.
. . JOHN C.UUOWN, of Gilts.
. JOHN F. HOUSE, of" Montgomery.
v. ALV1N HAWKINS, of Carroll. '
i. D.R. NACORS, of Shelby. '
Central i:xerntive Committee.
timiN II. Ewino, Neili. S. Bkowx, Aij.kx
A. HALL. 1 . . 51AXKT. JOBX LEIXTKTT
. J1I. H. Cl.LK.lKK. UoKACK II. IIaKHISo
WEDNESDAY MOKNING. OCT. 3, lfcCO
me Financial Aspect of the Case.
The threatening luok of tl:c political affair
of the country is at length having iu effect
. upon the financial interests of the people
The most delicate, timid and sensitive of all
the elements of national greatness and pros
perity money is already fleeing the de
structive contact of possible war growing oat
of the mismanagement of. the government
and the presence of two great sectional par
tier. It is the Grot to ' seek safety at the ap
proach of the storm, and the la.-t to leave its
retreat after the tempest L over. Its native
element the Learning sunshiue of ptace
And as the e lends are eoruinr np, it is biding
iteell in advance.
Iu tbe provision or Northern border States
o! the South the thortness of crops bas cansed
. stringency, which would be uncumfortab'e
' in th xaoi-t prosperous reign of peace j yet if
we had uu unreserved reciprocal confidence
all-pet vading the country, we might draw de-
"ficlencies from friendly coflrrs in more favor
?ed localities ; but that is not the case just
now." DUtrut and doubt have taken posses
sion tf i lie country in both its section?, and
they are left to take care of themselves in the
matter cf finance. The South, however, L
Kiill paying its debts to the North, and bence
the N. 1 ork monc7 writers announce to na
day after day, money continues to arrive
from the South.'' But unfortunately, the
- resources of this section, in this respect, are
n )t quite cxhaustles. and matters are begin
ning to be oppressive. For instance, here in
Tennessee our crops are unusually short; but
. we see no perceptible decline in the det-ire
-' for fine apparel, flashy equipage and good
'living. The tame luxuries are coveted
were before indulged ; aud though the indi
vidaal exchequer does not increase, though
the credit side really decreases, the debit side
stands its ground firmly. The democratic
party, within the last two or three years,
have scared the Ranks out oi their wit?, aud
. the legislation of the last session of the Gen
eral Assembly has made them believe that
they are placed, in. a most rigid straight
jacket which taken in connection .with a
certain sort of jealousy and cut-throat uis-
. position among themselves altogether ha6
- deprived us of those instrument) of accommo
dation and relief. There is hardly one of
them in the Suit-; that waul J discount a note
without seeing a lot of wheat, or corn, or to
bacco. or cotton Ivins iust the other side of
it, ready for shipment, and a prospect that
the money advanced would fly on the wing3
o the wind to the farthest and most inacces
sible point in the State. But there H H-arce-ly
enongb wheat and corn to feed our people.
aid for tobacco and cotton, they will
-hardly pay current expenses. So the matter
etinds between the people and the crops and
The only other resource thit presented
was, the ten per cent, conventional inserest
law. Cut a very respectably endowed Shy-
lock says that may be unconstitutional, and
a he stands in no immediate dreai of starva
tion, he ties hUsurplu9in a lengthy Blocking
and lays it by. Some cutcrprising people
appreciating tbe condition of things, take a
tr .nscript of the law, together with any
a -lount of "gilt-edged" paper, with nndouLt-
' e 1 "personals"' and irresistible mortgages on
ral estate, and go to the Northern Money
Centre, and ask some hnnereds of thousands
C it that will not do. They say there, "the
- uncertainty which overhangs our political
relations with the South will not allow as to
ri-k too mach at the present time. Yonr
neonle have declared they will dissolve the
government in . certain contingencies, which
we do not consider at all impossible ; aud
so, we must decline your proposed negotia
tiona." -The same leelinz. aa we Lave tbe
best of reasons to know, prevail towards
those northern merchants themselves, who do
a I arse Son thern buoinea. We are therefore
left to g aloug with our di-omforts as best
The Cotton States are more buoyant and
confident. Tbey ray their cotton will pay
their debts, and if it thoalJa't they can af-
' ford lo let the Northern creditor wait, even
though he fall in tbe act- Tbey therefore
feel comparatively independent on the snb-
Ihe pob'tical cndi Ui,u which ihall Lrir
about, if -s - j : i
"Never have suc h -tard times" been known
hr inA 1v;?7 : . .,
r . . -zr . too, mat o ie
now arise ous-oi nnaocial k mismanaem .1
It is the Bank and oee sot if trr.Lra"v.. . ..
other of brokers Ln tbe lace of the I t
(hat a. , Inn .
...-.viwuuvaucea,uyeverv steamer. t
ouuajr is me jina. ano, alas ! we fear e I
gwxi, puoeianiiat men will go down in ii.
vommerciai melee, between that and tbe 4
And this ought not to be and it would i
lie. but for the cause already mentioned .
praaiM ny me antagonisms of the sev. aI
ununciai machines'7 of the cily. We ea i,
however, only-wait and hope the lo.u
uiuu la in3peneiraou.
--mus,- wuiist we see the brave organ of
Breckinridge and disunion, confidently hh1
defiantly contending that the cotton crop of
lue present year will relieve its section of r.ll
indebtedness, and that"it is the Boston end
New York importers, with their millions ol
unsold foreign goods," that will be bit by Hie
panic," is obliged to admit that "the gloom
ahead is impenetrable.' The Mail attributes
this condition of things to the wrong source,
and if it shall be induced hereafter to take a
more comprehensive view, it will discover
that the pressure spring from an all-pervad
ing distrust, creak d by the very causes which
it has been active in producing, to-vvit: the
uncertainty, on the part of those who coufrol
the finances of the country. North and Southj
in the permanence of the Union, and the con
tinuance of the peaceful relations lietvveen
fie two sections.
Nor will the South aloue suffer, but the
North also. The very reciprocity and mutu
ality of interest which we have indicated will
involve both section in like trouble and em
barrassment. L'-t tho great commeiclal aud
nnou factorial interests of both sections be
waraed of the inevitable tendencies of sec
tionalism, and the support of sectional can
didates in tbe present unexampled political
crisis. They may derive wholesome lessons
from consulting their purses as'well as their
passions and prejudices.
;: The Surrender f Walker.
We give the following important docu
ments connected with tha surrender of Geu.
Walker, to tbe commander of the learns, from
the special correspondence of the New York
Herald: ' ' " ...
COMXAXDKJl SAUHOX TO GKX. .WALiKB.
Ox Boa no n. B. M. Steam Sloop Icakus!
- . Tbcxillo, Aug. 21, 18G0. )
Sin: I have to inform von
1. That the Custom House receipts of tbe
port or i ruxiilo, mortgaged to the British
government in payment of a debt for which
the government made itself answerable, are
diverted from their, proper coarse by your i
uuamuonzea occupation or that port. . -
2. That the sum of $2,025 in money and
government paper to tbe amount of $1,390,
left in the Castom Hoase on your taking pos
session of the town, belong to tbe British
government, in virtue of the said mortgage.
A. mat in consequence of the entire cessa
tion of trade, caused , by your occupation of
tne town, tno interests ot tne British mer
chants at Belize are affected to a larga
amount. . .
4. That your presence ou this coast has
been the means of deferring the completion
oi a treaty existing between Great Britain
I most again ' repeat my demand of this
morning, and ri quest you will inform me
when your arrangements tor re-embarkatioa
; MAHBIED, . ' J
uiiwjwnui., by UmPv W. Reetl,3ir. A. II.
SHAsr to mjbb fcAiiuE., daughter of John K. Bueh.au n.
. .I'teUuj eute that you will comply," know- mmmmmTTmmmm'i-i'
ing what must result from a refusal, I have c T""r ' ' "
the honor ' MtUStmm
Kurcpean SIilical Inslitutp.
i New Piil)licatioiis
iujjr. lm. U1UIR. ; I . - i i
. . .. PBOTEST OF OEXKRAL WALKER.
I hereby protest, before the civilized world,
that when J. surrendered to the captain of her
nnyesty'a steamer Icarus, that officer express
ly rtceived my aword and pistol, as well o.V
the arms of Col. Eadler; aud the surrender
was expressly, and in SO man v wnrria m htm
as the representative of her Britannic majes-i
On board the steamer Icarus, Sept. 5,1 86
"Disunion Is Tbe Word.' r j
- ir (he people of Tennessee fail to be con-j
vinced of the deliberate purpose of the Breck-i
inridge leaders in the Cotton Stales to break
up the Union, and establish a Southern Con
federacy, it shall uot bo for want of proof of
the fact. The evidences thicken every day;
ana tuongn we cannot give them all, as they
come to us by every day's mail. w an Wira'
Th.t ik..rn... t tt - -i .i .... I . " '
jmoi, lucicmc. i tOUSlUer It mV UUIV. in I omaicrh in nnmui, .11 ,Ul.i 4 ,
protection of the interest of fi HriTJin. "e. . every im-
to re-establish in Truxillo. the authoritiea pan,,4i m,nd' Uere 18 hrut "ticle from
ine Anourn (Ala.) JSkHeh Boo of the 28th
vou. with vour I nit., wliicn fliea tlie flji of r.ocrvT.n.T,.- -i
f. ... . - r ' V I ' o ' ""M .uihiuuEi UU
'"u'. "t oe prepareu to lay down your I Lank
ai uib auu re-umuarK on tne recoguizea omciala
commissioned by tbe existing government of
Honduras, and request that you, with your
being ready to resume , their posts. Such
arms and all military stores belonsrins to the
expedition to be forfeited to the Honduras
government, as a surety asainst an v farther
descents on meir coasts. Officers to retain
their side arms. ANo to deliver up to the
proper auiuonue9 me money and papers
menuonea in clause two, as well as all tne
government pipers. Upon these terms beinar
compiieu witn, saiety to person and nrivaU
propeny win oe euaranteed by the liritwn
fl ig. 1 have the honor to be, sir, voar obedi-
Nokvell Salmon Commander.
To Mr. William Walker,
Hox. J. Morrison' Hahris.-
Avtilanehe says: - - - . t
Txa V.k I1 1 . n Tr-.-r ia iinnnn.mul Ia
know from what paper a certain extract from JnfuQ Lieut Coxe, of her Britannic Mj-s
a speecn of tne Hon. J. ilernson iiarris,
CEX. WALKER TO COSlilA.VDER SALMON.
Tbchllo, Ausni-t 21.
To Capt Norvell Salmox, ol H. 8. M. steam
Sir : I have tbe honor to ackoowl d?e the
receipt or your letter of this date, sent to me
"Whether there ba secession, revnlntinn r.r
what not. one thins is certain TA,wln ,
can Lt President of tlu Southern Staira Tto ia
uot so elected. We will have nu PrAeirlnt
then, until the Black Republican nan v re
cede from their position aud allow the elec
tion or a national man, or nnil forced by
their refusal, we elect one for .ir, lv
do that, we iicsT fight. God in-ant to avert
the threateaing danger. Uut while we thus
prny, we nrg-j our people to look tha matter
full in the fac? and prepare themselves. As
uumeaning to some as mav now sepm thpt
red sii iped coats aud waving plumes seen oc-
ca lonany upon our streets, u is well enough,
to have good guns and plenty cf am muni
tion." . :
mi. taxu t h:ett.. ... ..... ..-7 . .Maxaueih.
Weduesday Evenlnfft Oct. 3, 1860, 'J h
Kicnoiieu, Air Koooru I De Mauirat, JlrSstetn
The frformaaG vill concloJe -with, the laupbahle
- ... xarrc, ran iuaa
. yvti Speaks First.
Nones. -Oa aad after Monday, Ott. I, hr Curtain
PtrtmptorySale cf Fie&h Drj Coods, Boots
and Hals, with a Stock of Over
coats, Slightly Damaged.1
ON tuw cvcDin?. Octobr 3d, at irlv Gas-light.
BEXJ. K. SHIELDS C CO.. will sell .,. f
whom it may concern a desirable lot (( sfnamnMa I flic, at 612 Broadway, and that an imnoster is row
tioods, both frta and daoiaed. Salo positive ami I no verbally his advertisements.
No. 704 Broadway, above 4th Street,
TT1HE necessity of girmg to tbe public ot tbe fuiu-J
.a. . ruu.es, m raiwmm man not cxiM-uive treatment 111
ail Diseases uf a vhrouic, es(M-iu'ly of a secret charac
ter, has induced lr. Sooaoa (lor several years known
in ih ui city as the must successful jractiiiutier in that
class ot aaectmu) tu exwnd his wouru in New York
fur another year.
may therefore be Consulted at Uts convenient k-
citUoo,'-iOt BKOADWAY, and m itl ctailiuue Kt ket-j,
on hand his own and Pr. Hicord's iveinrationd, such as
r lor del Icayalt, (f2 per bottle) aisiina't teminai
ioeicies and Debility Irnm excesses or welf-abuae, U
bet remedy known in Eurojie.
1 His Preventive against Infection. $t ptr bottle.
Kkord's celebrated PiUs, against Venereal Disease,
one box sufflcieut to cure aoy case. $2 per boi.
Ilia Gonorrhoea Remedy cues that disagreeable af
fliction in 2 few days, $2.
Best French iliilc Safes imported by himself at $3
per dozen. . : -
All his French aud Spanish Remedies for Attectious
of Ladies will be sent with circular containing se
crets of importance, known to a few French Ptiv3icians
only. - ;
At his Institute there aro eiht room provided for
tha reception of Ladies aud Gentlemen, so that tbe
strictest privacy is observed. ,
Ha is under the necessity iW nn ifv in-. t)u mihlu
that be has not the slightest connection with his old
MllS. SOUTHWORTli'S JVKU
without rc-seree ir rb.
Central Auction Rooots,
. Oposi-.etkWiUiee Hotel,
Bell man, in Maryland, delivered in New
Jersey, waa taken. e happened to publisn
the same extract. It was copi d from a New
Jersey paper by the New York Tr3une, the
organ of the party with which Mr. Harris has
been practically acting for tbe last twoyears.
air. Harris nas seen me report, as ue is troua-
bly a subscriber to tbe Tribune. It he is not,
he lives in a city where many copies of the
paper are taken and read, and where it would
have scarcely escaped bis observation, lue
local paper which published his speech in lull
was, no doubt, sent to him by some cf hU
irieud.x. e have no wore lutiiation in ex
pressing the opinion that he made the speech
the extract referred to included, than we
have that we are engaged writing this arti
cle. We do not believe Mr. Harris will deny
it: because we know it to be consistent with
bis views on the subject.
This would be diverting, did it not indicate
that the Avalanche is willing to injure a politi
cal opponent by holding him responsible for
the misrepresentations of his enemies; aud
assuming that be had seen the misrepresenta
tion and failed lo correct them becau.e they
were "consistent witn 111 views on tne sm-
Let us try the Actdtincht by the rule it ap
plies to 3Ir. IIakris. Shortly after the "ex
tract'' in question appeared, it was copied
and commenttd upon by the l'uiladelpbia
Xorth American. Seeing it iu that paper, Mr.
ILyiuiiji, about the 23d of August last, pub
liehed a letter disclaiming the sentiments at
tributed to him. The Aval'inthe has seen the
letter, as it probably exchanges with the
North American. If not, it . lives in a city
where copies of that paper are received and
read, and where the letter could scarcely have
escaped its observation, Ac, fcc, Ac. Of
course, then, the Aoalanche must have known
that Mr. Harris, bad discovered the extract.
By this time, the Avalanche sees the injuslice
of its rule. Try, good friend, to exercise a
little more charity towards political oppo
nents. There ia often pure gold where one
ear-peels only dro&.
borne of tbe facts contained in your com-
As to the mode of proceeding the plan by
which the people are to be thrust int. th
back-ground, and the Union dissolved over
their heads, and If need be, against their will,
we have the following foreshadowing by
correspondent of the Clayton (Ala.) Banner:
e have but little doubt that South Caro-
munication are new to me: and bad they been llna i8 P,,ePared to secede ia the contingency
known to mo r .hnM ,; I supposed : and if no other State will lead.
to modify the custom house regulations of thou8n neretoiore we favored co-operation,
this port. . . w DOW ey let her go fii8t,, fAia Ar
1 mast beg leave to say that I was entirely I a"cr me aeaion or lAneoin. Ueorgxa, Texat
ignorant of the mortgage to the British trov- I Ml"us'F7ny Honda or Alabamba fad 10 lead of.
eminent of the custom house receipts at this I we u"Iue lDe8e &wtes w tbe order we prefer
oort, Afsiirpdlv I hvo n inunimn I in reference to tbe popularization of the
vert from their nroner course any fund I movement. But how? It must be by a coup customers who ehaii glve us a
to the British crown. If any ens- or 11 wlU fdl1 tnrougl and fail. Sonih octJ-tr a tr
Tiie View York Daily Herald.
Received daily by - JOH: YORK ti CO.
oct3-tf - Xo 38 Cnion Street.
At iublc ac.
O.n rATl KDAy, the did October, at tuo Court a
Hoiks door, at 10 o'clock we will sell to l;;a
tho highest bidder, a valuable House aud Lot, situated
iu West Nashvillo, ln McXairy's Addition on the
corner of UcXairy and McGavoclc Streets. The bouse
is a two atory frame, containing 8 or 10 rooms with
nil necessary out building?, cwtern, ke. The lot fronts
00 leet on ilcoavoct street and run back 170 foet ou
McN'airy street to an Alley. This is a rare chance to
buy a good home, and a desirable neighborhood.
lenua uia li tBoa u un day ol sale. For 'particulars
0013 4t CL.ISCOCK &. NEWSOU.
HUties tor tUc Million.
HAVE ia store, a large and superior stock of Boots,
Shoes and Gaitors. to which tbev call the atten.
Won of all who wish good shoes and at remarkaUg low
jri M.c. .... . 1 .
Our stock for Gentlemen is large, and embraces
c r' Tarieiy, do in sewea ana pged. Tne ladies
wul find every style of Gaiters, with and without
beels. Also, Slippers, Buskins, 4c, for Boys and
souths. Misses and children. rt have a large stork,
ani of every variety. . ..
' PLANTATION SHOES.
r,wWOuld caU lhe llon of ridiitera to our PRE-
1 33t"J' A-N wiucb is rpott suirior article.
Also, Kip and thick Brogans, Dutch Boots for women,
neavy double sole thick Boots. - Our stock of Boys
Boots and Shoes for fall and winter is large and good.
We have taken uunatmi mina in ..,.... ..n ... .. . 1.
r we preier 1 rn zzrzr-';r "e
;, , : . 1 --""",uu n are saiaiioa tnat we will eive satisfac-
pppolanzatlon Of the tkn and inducements to all Cash and ii S
. .i . . .. ' - r J a
ine rtoctors new nlane ia 7IU Rriuil' .hir
Fourth street, and nearly opposite the New York lit
tvt, where he can be consulted inEnztir-b, Gortuat ,
Italian, French or Snanish. .
Hitters should be addressed to Box 3-)TB, P. O-, Xiw
rpHE firm or KIRKPATRICK, XEVIXS & VO., was
A thi day dissolved by mutual consent, U.&F.
Kirkpatrick having withdrawn from tho concern. Tbe
business will still be continued at the old stand by tho
remaining partners, KEVIN'S KEITH i BUTLER
under the style and firm of XEMXS, KEITH k CO.
XashvUle, Oct. lit ,1860.
In retirius from the firm of Kh tn.iri. L- Vn-in 1-
Co., we return our sinre tli&iiVs for th 1 ivri rv.
tronage bestowed upon the Uoue. and recommend our
successors and former partners as worthy the continu
ance of their patronage. K. KIRKPATRICK.
oeia-im M KIRKPATRICK.
W. T. BERRY & CO
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
THE -M'irHKP.S IX I.AW. A Tale rf r-Hik-stW- IJfo
By Mrs. Emnu I. E. X. touth worth.
W. T. B. a: CtX have i- just received
FRENCH, GERM.VX, SPANISH, LATIV AND ITAIJAX
: LANGUAGES WTTHOrT A MASTER. - Bv A. II,
MooteitU. 1 rot.
' MEMORIALS , '
THOMAS H 0 0D.
, 2 voU.' Dhuetrated,
S IUd the following opinKs of the Prci-'s:
" mere is not an uninteresting page in the book
Jlarrfurd Pre. .
'They are delightful reading, and increase our love
and respect for the man.'' rortland Transcript.
-Full of interest from the glimpses which it gives
is iutn flood's sweet duly life, and also into his joke
tuanufartoTy.' 'A Oo.
"One of the best as well as one of the most iutereat-
ing or tuoprapliles.'- Taunton Goalie.
'-These Memorials reveal how truly delicate wit and
overflowing cheerfulness are compatible with a true
rciunous iue." carutum Kcputer.
"The volumes here offered are thoroughly eniovable
They sparkle with wit, gleam with honor, and are full
w oriui wiio ine writer's generosity and teuder
ne8." Bosinu Journal.
-Should be read by all who wUh to know what
uooa s real chariLcter wiu." JT Y Gtuiitr a! hm
IV. T. BEUUY & CO.
set 25 Public Square -
wiuaAJt c. aw.
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
- Coinnussiou Merchants. "
XO. 0 LOCTST STREET,
St. Jouis, 31o.
WE would Invite the attention of our friends to the
fact that there has never been anv rhuiM in tha
style of our firm, and that there is no probability of
netng any. oct2-3tn
NEW PAIL, STOCK
I 8 60.
THE W0BKS OF WASHING
"I caunot besitate to predict for him a deathless re
nown. ' Ia his pases we see that the
language of the heart never becomes obsolete ; that
Truth, aud Good, aud Beauty, the oaspring of God,
are not subject to the changes which beet the inven
tions of meu. We become satfened that he whose
works we-e the delight of our fiahera, and are 6 till
ours, will ik read with the same pleasure by those
who come after us." fFOliam CXIUn Bryant.
A few setts of the beautiful Sunny-Side Edition;
Tinted paper. Just recolved by "
W. T. BERRY & i'0M
sept2i Public Square. !
mrtgaeed to 1
torn bouse receipts have been lost during my
iMwuce uere it nas not oeen in tne Interests
uf British subjects, as most Of the trade hpri.
during my occupation has been carried on by
. v vcanu laic AJribibil Dag.
Ia relation to the monev bbw! in hiM lunn
left in tbe enstom-honse. as well as the mr.
eminent paper, 1 have to sav that I have not
6een nor heard of one nor the other, flad a
Carolina, with her abstractions and nonsense.
win oe ior caning a convention ana discuss-
ing, in field and fireside, tho question of dis
union. This folly will end only in servile in
surrections. Already the mere Presidential
canvass is provoking them everywhere. The
direct question of the Union or Disunion, of
slavery vet Hon. will inevitably give them.
birth. Tbe Legislatures have bovereien
Fite, Shepherd & Co.,
V Uieaale Dealer Iu
Varieties and Clothing,
. A. PAERISH & CO., WSUVILLE, TENNESSEE.
I received such money or DaDer. thev ahnnld Pwer, and by prompt action may avoid this
k. S 1- . . . . ' I Hiaaot.Ana.a.nll mrxel loorl Iha ......I
w iiuuieuiaieiy aenvered to vou. on the
statement you make concerning the mort
gage to tne Untisn crown.
As to the injury done lo British trade bv
my occupation of thu town. I must be ner.
mitted to say that I am convinced any trifliusr
luiury uow aone. wonld be tenfold renairl
by future benefits to English commerce. This
however, involves auestions not neeosanrv tn
discuss at present.
Touching the fulfillment of the treaty stip-
nlAfinn lu.t.-n.m nna4- T: : t .
. .nu uic uiiuui auu Hondu
ras, I must reply that no one can be more
aunous man myselt for the complete carry
disastrous result.and lead their coitiiuencies
to the heavens of security and rest. Let the
Governor convene the ordinary Legislature ;
let it tbe next day declare tne Union dissolv
ed, and pass an act, denouncing as traitor?,
putting out of legal protection whoever may
gainsay the measure. This done, and univer
sal ruHrage, with its universal slavery basis,
ia perpetual. With any other course schism
and bickerings ensue, and an enemy's party
is organized among in, which, backed bv tht
federal power, will effectually cripple and
This writer is evidently "up to snuff."- He
foresees that this question is left to the peo
fronttner n College and Market
. South or Broad
uiar27-tf ' . f c ?! ' . r"
HAY.- . . . '
600 bales prinw Timothy just received and for sal
Chancery Sales for Saturday.
: October 6th, 1860.
Sate to take place in the Chancery Court Room, eU Omrt
house, in the order of the aticertixemmti Mow, aa.f to
U commenced at 10 o'-Hodc jmeiidf.
WE invite the attention of City and Country Re- I "PI V VdeCTe CLnry Court
tU Merchants to our stock, of 7 I A Nashville, In the case of Young ic Carson r. a
auiHrr- a win iwh ina niipi.riniMa im x. o t 1 1
PALL AND WINTER GOODS Sf?3' i; oennicate tor 100 sw
I of Stock, issued by the Hopkins, Mastodon Coal 4 Iron
w" wir un reaay tor exnibltlOD.
MBT Our stock wlU be found unusuaUy attractive and
complete; and we shall offer the strongest inducements
vou u;n, auu iu au prompt and responsible deal
Mining and Manubu-tujing Company. The said shares
cavn, anu tne certmcate Xo. H16.
I rroas casn. j. g, CLEAVED,
,C 1L ,
100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, just received and tol
sale b' -MA PARR1SH & CO.
4000 bushels Shelled Cora
1000 Kr - " ..
Just received and for sale by -
M A PARRISH 4 CO.
ing out of the treaty of the 28th November
hn.leS -obn. may result in a total faflure
- - . . J .u. riribcu I m - a 1 1 ......
xo preveut an mis it is necessary io . report a
dJ elal a movement like the one
Ruatan in. the month of June last: and ev
cuse me if, in this connection, I refer to what
you can my unauthorized occupation of this
port. V ,
It wold. be a long story for me to tell yon
why I claim the right to make war on the
exisi ing authorities of Honduras. Suffice it
to say, that mv presence here at thin time ia
due entirely to the engagements which I
consider I bad in honor contracted with a
people desirous of living in Central America
under the ancient laws and customs of the
English realm, claiming with them common
interests under the institutions derived from
the code of Alfred. I thought it no wrnnir
to assist them in maintaining the rights they I everywhere!
had lawfully acquired. . ToIc0 for t,
ra.ea.iuK paruou ior so long dwelling on the
- SEED RYE. . . . .
100 bags' Xl Rye, jast received and for 6le cheap
MA PARR1SII & CO.
coup a' elal a movement like the one . by
which Louis Napoleon subverted the Repub
lic of France and established his empire on
its ruins whereby the patriotic masses will
be deprived of a voice, and the whole matter
turned over to Legislative intriguers and
plotters against the government. 4The Leg
islatures are sovereign" let them be called
together and the nxt day declare the Union
dissolved : aud "then comes the tuz of war.'j
Men of Tennessee, lriends of the Union
now is tbe time tu ntter jour
the Union and its perpetuity
CRUSHED CORX. ' "
100 hags Crushed Corn 'just received and for sale by
. . . MA PARKlsH & CO.
. CORX MEAL. j - ,
- 250 bas line Corn Meal: ' j f !
100 " Bolted ' . . I '
Just received and for sale by MA PARR1SH C I.
, . . WHITE AXD BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats: ' t
800 " Black "
Just received and for sale by . . M A P.VRR1S1I i CO.
200 barrels Xorthcrn Potatoes, just receive.1 and for
' M A PARRISH k CO.
We received 'nary letter' yesterday from i
democratic office holders announcing a deter
mination not to remain in office il Lincoln is
elected PresidenL We had stated our ltelief
that they would all bold on, and none of them
seem willing lo deny the correctness of our I the guarantees of English Fubjects. In re-
a . a . t o s
statement of yonr letter. I have to renlv AWS4Ke 10 ine ImP0"aDc-0I me issues before
iuai, ii vuu ueem it your duty to re-estab- yuu "uu uj uvui lcaueio uu parties tu tue
lish the former authorities of this Dort.I shall resr-ne of Ihe Rennhlie frrim the hands nfit
j. . i. : t a . , . . I - '
u.km iiuiuiux cousmieat wim nonor to prevent
jour purpose, i cannot, under the circum
stances, regard it dishonorable to lay down
my arms to an officer of tbe British crown,
inasmuch as many of the persons compro-
uiiaeu uy meir aanerence to me may claim
WHEAT BRAX. i
00 liasWhKit Bran, just received and for wile by
MA PAKRiSH CU.
opinion. They all appear to be like Barkis,
"'willing" So, then, Old Abe need have no
fears of not having the offices filled.
Whit's the Matter? It appears that Mr.
Yaxcet is not to speak in any of the free
States after all. lie is in Maryland, goes
thence to Virginia, and thence homeward.
Speaklnsat GoodlettavIIIe. .
Messrs. Editors: I was til Goodlettsville a
few days ago, and beard some very interest
ing speeches. . '
Russell Houston, Esq, led off before a
good audience, in a very able speech of about
Most of the above articles arc on consignment, as
weUas many others not mentioned in tbe above list,
all ot which will be sold cheap in order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our line would do well to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Seed Wheat. Seed Wheat.
inn BiCS Mediterranean Wheat, selected expros
A J J ly for the market . Just received and for sal
oct 2-1 w
This distinguished gentleman mada a spei cb
ia Montgomery last week. The Mail will no
more claim him as a disunionist. The Con
federation, tbe Dougla organ, f peaks as fol
lows of bis speech
We listened with ere at pleasure to an able
peecn from Mr. N atts at Lstelle Hall on
T inrdy nieht last. It wa allncether the
moat compact, logical and able political ar-
gard to ourembaikiDg.you do not specify on
winn. rsiM-i or a. woose expense sucn re-em
barkation is lo take place. Coacerning the
money and paper, I can only say that, as
tbey never came into my possession, it is im- 6 e. j epCCtu oi uuui -jv, v -j- A -wr",
possible forme to deliver them up. 2j honn. Mr. H. handled the qnestioDS of JLLi-JL t!j G2j -IijK.
Expecting you will inform me concerning the canvass in a manner that pleased the Tz CXDEBWood, of Chicago, niinoia, tha eminent
the matters for which I have reqnested infor- whole audience. He was aeveral times Inter, tl" Jred
matioa, as wen as concerning the manner ia . , . . .
which yoa propose to arrive at the facts rurte b7 Breckinridgor, (who. by the by,
touching the money said to have been left. I ,3 a preacher,) but Mr. H. condescended to
SEED COO, SEED OATS AD POTATOES
No. 14 South. Market street
HAS XOW IX STORK
Piflfi Bl;SHEL3 prime Xorthern Corn for il
JJJ MO do. " Pennsylvania Juu
1,000 do- Missouri Oat3 ' "
300 barrels early Xeshannock Potatoes.
Also, to arrive per steamer 11. il. Runyau :
600 bushels Hungarian Grass Seed.
200 " Millet Seed.
Eor sale by A. JEXKIXS,
mar3-tf Xo. 14 South Market street
Dissolution of Copartnership.
The firm of SAUFIV, PORTER & CO., is this day
dissolved by mutual consent Messrs. Saufley and Ber
ry retiring. The remaining eonm-tners imvo
their busines, Mr. R. A. ALLIiSOX. late of the House of
aauMm, Aiiaersou uo., and the business will be con
ducted, as heretofore at the old
Square, under the name and style of '
w pi-.'l-lm I'ORTER.JOHXSOX &CO.
The undersigned having sold their interest in the
business of Sauflev. Porter klVi uur. i....
Johnson & Co.. Exclusive W)inUalj At.. ;n ii.'
Caps, etc. etc., take pleasure in recommending the
new arm to tne continued confidence of their old
friends and customers and to the public in general.
sept21-lm WM. L. BERR'!
AnclianSalc of Fomilnfr, Carpetinys, ie.
OX Tuesday morning. October 2d, B. t SHIELDS k
CO., at 1(1 o'clock, will sell on account of removal,
without reserve auite an extenaiva int. r ..h
second hand household and kitchen Furniture and Car
petings, with a -ariety of other articles to close con
signment. Central Auction Rooms, College street.
epir-ta Opposite tyevunea House.
Dickiu's INiew Book,
snOKT STORIES, Jutt received and Tor sale by
. uoeJ J-lf JOHN YORK CO.
have the honcr to be, sir. your obedient r
vant. UiLUAM Walker.
COMMANDER SALMOX TO CEX. WALKER.
Her AlAJavrr'a Steam Sloop Icarus, )
Tbcxillo, Aognst 21. j
Sir I have the honor to acknowledrn th
answer his questions satisfactorily, and in a
way, though polite, which was not wanting
In being full and ample.
Gov. Brown followed in an eloquent speech
of 1$ hours, when it was m-oDosed toad.
reputation Is so ertensivelv If finvn thmttichrwit ha
United Mates, will arrive in XashvUle, Tenn., on Thurs
day, October 25th, 180. Dr. tJ. being a regularly ed
ucated Physician and surgeon of the old school, and
baying had an experience of 25 years in practice, will
perform any operation on the Eye and Ear necessary
to restore sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, or by
other adequate mna to remove any diseases of those
useful organs within tbe reach of science and human
isfclll. So charge for examination or consultation
Cflipi.O?0ar "er Dd am uch Phased Mourn till after Bupper. The crowd was ma- NASH VLLXU MERCHANTS
terially increased after tea. The Governor J Don't fail to look to your Interest by Adver-
to find that you do not consider it anv dis
honor to lay down your arms at the demand
of a British officer.
I am pcrfectlj aware that byoffeiing terms
to any person acting without authority from
We 31 AX E Y &
XO. 4d MARKET STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Wrought and Cast Iron Cook Stovts,
AND every variety of beating stoves, Orates, Tin I House in XashvUle, &
plai, Copper, Iror , Wire Zinc, Japaned, pressed I the Murfreetboro Turn
and common Tinware. Brass KettlMi Wiit .-a I irfn'inlin Pmnt a- r
wpper ooiioms, ax., Ky. Are now in receipt of
a large atd well aasorted stock of every article usually
kept in Heir line of business, which they are deter
mined to sell low for cash or to punctual dealers.'
Job work of every kind solicited and special atten
tion given to it.. We are also prepared to do Roof U12 ,
Outtermg.ax., la the beat manner tmssible. .
PCRST AXT to a decree of the- Chancery Court at
NaBhville, in the case of Barrow and Lindslev
Adni rs. or Dr. Shelby ts. J. B. Snowdenand others I
will sell at the Court-house, in XashviUe, on -Saturday
October 6th, S60, 3 LUsm Woodland street, in Edge
Held, 60 by 170 each, and known as Xua. 94,97 and 68
on the plan. - - '
Tkrm.1. a, 12, 18 and 24 months' credit, with inter
est from day ol sale and without redemption. Xotea
with approved security required aud lien retained.
sepia-uis . . - J. F CLEAVES, C. k M.
- 3. " " . . "
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nxshvflie, in the case oT Irbv Morgan, Admiuis
tnitor, &c., of Miles W. AtkUson 'ta. heirs and credi
tors of said AtkUson, I will sell at the Court House in
XashvUle, on Saturday, October 6, I860. Ike AtScuxm.
haute and lot on Woodland ttrat, in Edgeueld Lot 72
Tebjis , 12, and 19 months credit, with interest.
Security required and lien retained.
sepl5-tds J. E. U LEAVES, C & M.
PUR.-JUAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Xashville, in the case of Charles H. Lesueur vs.
liavid B. Hicks and others, I will seU, on Saturday, Oc
tober , 18(30, at the Court House in XashvUle, theUick
" wwiuim wen, iu uieuf m. ine KH
has a front of 161 H feet, and runs biu-Jc 17a ft i, .
aUey, and is made up of lots Xos. 12. 13 and 1. in tho
plan of division. The improvements are new aud irf
Terms 6, 12, 18 and 24 months credit, with interest,
nwa w ibu.u ininninpia. me purcnaser to give
good personal so-iirity, and a lien to be retained.
sept5-tds J. E. CLEAVES, C. k M. -
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the cate of AVm. U. Swindell n. Su
san Miller, I will sell, at tbe Court House in Kashville,
on Saturday, October 6, ISoO, two lUt on Woodland
street, in Edegfield, 50 by 144 feet each, and being lots
Xo. 5 and 13, in M Roberts and McKoe plan fSee book
21, page SH.)
Terms $o00 cash on each lot, and for the residue cf
the purchase money a credit of 6, 12 and IS months,
without Interest. Security required and lien retained.
eepti-tds J, E. G LEAVES. C.AM
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
XashviUe, in the case of G. S. Ebuman tv. John
U- Flynn, I wiUi. I, at the Court House in Xa&hvilie,
on Saturday, October , 1860, a negro woman named
fatocy, and also the unexpired lease of the house and
lot, mentioned ia tbe pleadings. - This n understood to
be a lease of tbe house and iH at tbe intersection of
the Gallatin and the Whites' Creek Turnpikes, ia Edge
field, which is to expire on tho 1st January, 1862. '
Terms of this ?ale cash.
T3-tds J. E. CLEAVES, C. k K.
others, tre(nrS?6f Stewart k Owen r. ftrwait a:
Owen, I will 1 at the Court House iu Xayhville. t
Saturday. October 6, i960. Lot Xo. 2i, in plan of llv
Kartory propuly, (It 43 by ljO feet) and beiu$ tli
same Lot beretolore sold to Mewart A twen bv A. i
Iiemoss, Esq. f .
Teehs 6, 13 and IS months, with uitert-t and with
out redemption."-fecurny required and lien retained.
J. E. iilJLXYK?. C. M.
- - -
PURSUANT t- a (hvr.-e of tiie Clumtrr Court at
Nashville, in the case of Jtiua I. Spain, w. Phuiii
Metvin. I will sell at the Cmrt House in VashvihV m
Saturday, Ortrf- 6, lx. the prp.Tty H the del.iid
ant. Mclroi, situated at I lie corner (4 Bixwi and Al--Xairy
6lrets, Wot XashviUe. 11 iO feet by IZa
TkKir Sak free fnau redem4ai. at j iierrU;
imwy to be due iu two mu1 tavimJL. and ou li
Ajril ISol. and 1st AprU lbU2 uli Uiterv&t. Serum ; v
reiuirvd aud lieu rela.iW.
j E I JUVESTi'M.
PURSCANT to a decree of tbe rhaneery Court at
Kashvilir7 ia the case of Win. Jurcaa, a. tiad Goaer
and others, I wiU aell to the his be? bmder at tho
Court House in Xashville, on Saturday. JtMr , ls) -the
tract of land beionpiny to Ehud torr, lying m'
Iiavidsoc County and containing 21s acres more'or fc-s-
Tkbms Js0 cash, and residue to be due oa Uw i t
September 1SC2, without inlerebL A kid of $JoiT.r
the whole bas been made by It. B. ii. 1Luum4i aud
the property will be Flarled at his bid. X.4 wita
good security, required, of ttie purchacier and Ian u
be rt taine.1. ... , J. K. G LEAVES, V. X
PURSUANT to a ilmw ,s iLm PhinnuT r-.-. -.
XashvUle in the case of H'm. MauWia, GuarUiaa it
w James M. Sneed and others, I wiU s41 at the Court'
,-mX-!hvu1'' Safrday, October a,lsiUL,
cZ?.?r fln4, some 8 auks.W tt.m
City, in ClvU Ihstriet Xo. 8. , . -
12, U and 24 mouths witho . .
The buidtngs to oommenoc ol 40 nr am - -- 1
ty required aud hen retained. i00 reo .
" J. E. LEAE - ' - : '
- - 20 I
PURSUANT to a de. ftew tut tK . J- . . I
XashviUe. in the case ol n J"""" "
n.l Mh I .11 ...n T.u . -wt
"d:" ' . 7 : , ' ?t "win.Mouse ui Xaohvill.-.
"Z 1MW, the tract of land in Sorin-i-
W known as the Tavern Stand, boughlylM
Jones of James T . Gteaves. n,i 1
i acres ana
Tkrhs. 6. 12 and IS montiis wiih ... . ." . .
free from redemption. Security' reTuud tZ
J- E. CLEAVE?, C. A M.
PURSUANT to a
Llerren tvt IK '
Xashville to the case of Wm. A. Whilsett "
of Farrar w. Wash. B, Lucas and oibeja 1 wCTlu '
the Court House ln Xashville JSESli W .U
1S60, a tract if 10 acrrt and JO pW7i , fr,
tbe Locaa Farm: ud bein tw tfZ?. .iVd- J-,rt ,H
compiautant: - - - - - , ' -
Tkbjis. 6.12 and IS mnniW 'i ....
and sate free from redemption. noWL. iT."" . .fT?1;
semty, and lobe payable in the Bank, ,lU
Sept.a-tds ..f'-4 T J. E. CLEAVES C k M.
- ' y. 9a .
XashvUle in the case dTu lX
Lucas aud others. I wiU sell, at pubucaale H t2 StLh
House in Xah v lile , on.MturJo jortthVLh
whK.h fat known as tho Crulcher rn oOxW wK,Jr tI'
The tune consiKtin t ..... L. whoielra.1.
front of the Mansion House ud lymg ui
notes and lien to bST XwU y
wl'lMM J-E. CLEAVES
XashvUle. in the..i ry Court at
Cato, I will seU. at ?Wt Z
Saturttav, October 0 18,il A. Nsh ale,
John nZZut, , TL
pay the debt due complainant Tby 5 t
land is known as the U,i:..rv.i o, me u.Tree. la.
Creek, Uve mil" U,s,V" "
acres iu the whole (arm.- - re "
and 1st May, 1862. PuSerg, ui
proved security, and Ueit retained 1
b. w. aoauas....;
31 ORG A N
.-. w a. viuji'ii.
& will i vi: ,
Ladie.1 v Gentlemeus F
Cailcrs, Shoes acd Coots,
T niiikc, Valises & Cariet It,
NO 16 PUBLIC SQUARE,
(At Calhoun's Old Sumd,)
- . Good uriniiii
I AM now oflerutg Tor sale, tha place ou whu-h T
side, situated ou theGauitpl,"0. 1
from the eitv nr v.ai.-iT .V hout "
landourof WhM 7Z ic TabihS -nTf-0"'11
vegetable earden in -KiTf? "''vation as
Pic Plant beds and Asparagus an t
Tree. ATuts 2$?
. Ui'n.l and wih offer thu ,iZZ 71
, r or .urine particnlars aimjv to
Xo fr College street.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
XashvUle, tn the case of C. W. Xance and J. H.
McDonald rs. W. H. Crosthwait, I will soil, at the Court
on aacuraay, uaober 0, 1800, a lot
Turnpike, known as Xo. 5, in Ir
i2 feet wide, rear 9 at .n.i
l'T f stmiA BMla will 5
- . " uiAia a rriw.it atam .
Tma B. 1? and lit mnnthc i. . c-- I years. Notes wit H .oti Z1Z tnree
. . -7. t cc- 1 - - - bw w-urifcyana Ilea M,mi ,
curity required and lien retained, and sain rnv.'fiv.n, I 00 the property for tb nm.1 ' T ,nrd UP
redemption. I right of redemptton. ' T "-y. witaout u
senlo-tds J F r.Tnvrs r- . t ' un uie same dv in no.i r, . .
f cl rendered oz U tLyo '
"i premises, a valuable tra- r J '
.Z .erected V iStrSl'aJ
I wiU proceed to sell. . ih-tTJl- H-
umeut tuat heard from that gentle- any recogniaed government. I expose myself
man eeojoyed tte br0adaidhe grape, to rebnk! from my superiors. P 7
canister and rmall tbot of all kinds that he
I have, however, taken unon mvself thp r-
J L r . . r ii
poureu luio uievua iw meoia erecKinnug- spoimibility of doinir so, in the hope not only
balk takin? it between wind and wt,-r I .1 r . "- "aiJ
every pop for some two or three hours.
ot preventing any further eflusii n of blood,
but also with tbe view of Dreventino- an
tW a . - .
ine moss powenoi, conclusive ana witfter- I r.,ri,.. .1.. . . .-'
ing part of his address was his exposition of 1" 71,n r,n ft"
in. j... - . M " 19 UUWIUCU
the bppocrisy of the Breckinridge oanv in
clamoring for protection in the Territories.
tare abolishing slavery to stand, without anv
attempt wnaiever to repeat 11.
lie showed bow the seceders had backed
down from their claims and pretensions at
Charleston. They set ont boldly by demand-
C ject-they .till continue to proclaim their Territoriw
disunion purpose?, iteming to care nothing I Baltimore to a resolution which struck out the
on credit from British bonnes in Belize
Tha BnnnnmA mawam. aV t TY A
Ue showed conclusively that protection was . "?u"iC" ' " "?aQura,V in
ZZ,VL inlryla the manner
' a I Tix-i rtrr (Ka latv uf tha Tv anoaa T am-71a
aaavT tKigy waj- va. iuv ianuoa.1 -CTJJ 1 Bl
u . 1 T-!TV -M IT that ?oa Propose, and tbe local government
it, and inserted the miserable and inhabitants of Truxillo appelr to be of
ana numpog, wnen necessa- I the same opinion, indsinp- from Hip n
applications made to me for protection and
fur the severe Iriald which may result to oth
ers from that course. But they will learn
that tbey are not wholly exempt, when it
comes to the niuch in the game. The mon
eyed and commercial interests of the Union
.are too intimately connected to be suddenly
and violently severed. Tbe commercial ope
rations of the country have built op a money
system, which is comparable to the solar sys
tem. New York Is our great centre of power
nd - cavitation, and around it the minor
centres revoive ns- satellites. The people
even of the cotton Stales had about as well
' nnke op their tniods to accept this fact.' They
Ul'-i. " are altogether out ol it when they foppere
tbey are independent of the "world and the"
rest of mankind." We bare a mor-t signifl-
cant indication of the beginning, in the fol
JLij0wingTrom the Montgomery (Ala.) Mail,
.irhicb goea about as far for disunion as any
of tbem. It is taken from its Impression of
t the 20th olt: - - - " v:,i ;-j .
.It is generally understood, in the city,
.-.n. 1 tint the liirtt tors of the Central Bank have
de ermined iiut to discount any more paper
oniil after the election. 'We presume tbey
aie afraid of tbe depreciation of property
- consequent on the election of a cut-throat,
-v- frc-nt gio. Black Bepoblican administration.
. Swum aay, however, that . they are afraid ot
tb effect ot secession as a re&alt of such an
vlection which, however can hardly be tbe
case, us none know better than lh Directory,
that if thai alternative be forced on the
- Houth, the extravagant demand fur oar cot-
- ton crop abroad, aidi d by judicious legisla.
" " livn ia "regard, to onr commercial interest,
wOikl aooa place the South outside the cruet
aad panics. tven the abort crop of tbe
tTwpreent year, . the prices it will command
would relieve this section from all it In
debted net. Ia is the Boston and New York
importer, with their millions of unsold for
eign goods, that will be bit by the panic; but
- teith them will also rest the responsibility of
wora tiavery" anoxeiner, ana inserted a
meaningless generality, tnat Congress should
protect all property "when necessary" a
proposition, tee wilt add, which the support era
of Abe Lincoln could and would endorse
without hesitation; fur they do not recognize
slaves as property, and the word slavery" is
ignored In tbe platform of the seceder in that
We regret that our space does not uliow ns
to give an extended resume of the many ex
cellent ana forcible points made by air.
Watts against tbe bolters. We confers that
he made a good ease for bis friends. Bell and
Everett. .'and so far convinced us of their
found ne?s and frusta orthloew, that if we
did not bare so good a candidate ot onr own.
We should go. for bin. ,
Tiie Deatli oiien. Walker.
We republish this morning from the N. Y.
Herald, the correspondence between Comman
do" Salmon, of the Britih eleanicr Icarus,
ani Gen. Walker, together with the pro
test of tho latter, written after bis surrender.
It wonld seem from this correspondence that
Gen. Walker was treacherously dealt with
Lv Commander Salmon-. -Nothing bnt
bis misplaced confidence in the honor ol Com
mander Salmon, could have induced him to
surrender.. He .'would have laid down bis
life ia desperate conflict with any number of
foes before he would have given himself np
to be slaughtered by the authorities of Hon
duras. His death Is a stain upon the honor
of the British flag, and through all, future
time the' name of Salmon should be a term
of reproach and shame. 1
... . . 1 ' f -v
Mr, Yancey tarns About.' ,
Mr. 1 ancey 'turns about and wheels abont' I litter, that mv instructions will not permit me
and goes- home. His definition of Southern I to recognize the right or any private inditid
Breckinridgeism does not Bt th. Northern I nal ta make war on a rec02niAed arovemment
ajrecajanujrv maraeu oDody rsortn want I and must confess, ao not see what rijrnu -a
to hear him not even his set, or sect X. j peojj desirous of living In Central America"
a. jxprrssfivinw. I pan nave lawtvliy acQuireu.
von must be nuitn awr.
that I am authorized in civinc- to an
friendly state that may request ii. (See
ft neaton's International Law.)
Having also received a Petition from the
authorities and inhabitants of Omoa fsiirned
among others by the United States consul)
for protection and assistance, I have decided
npon affording protection. Ac., therein
ti Kgoiufefc any auacK mane by you upon
iu tow a. t im regara to your re-embarka
tion, I assume, of course, that voa will pro
vide freightage to remove yourself and fol
lowers irom tbe coast of Honduras. ' Two
schooners now lying in this port are ready
to treat with you tor this purpose.
in answer to your request for Information
on the different points contained in your let
ter, I am fully aware that a great pait of the
trade of this port is carried under the Briti-h
flag : but I am also aware that tbe owners do
not object to pay the small dues fix. d by law
1. ' - - J T 1 . .
wuicu uues, a ueg to repeat, are secured by
mortgage to the British government, putting
i tuereiore uui oi iue puwer 01 even tne re
gular government of Honduras to remove
In relation therefore to the sum of money.
Jtc, lelt in the custom house, I have reveived
from the authorities a clear statement of the
different items, the sum of which I correctly
plated in my letter of this morning. Shou d
the money have been appropriated bv anv f
your loiiower?, 11 ia itu iesa iosi to me gov
ercment, and I conctive yoa to be no less
responsitl-j for the loss.-
I mast further remark that I should uot
consent to receive any compensation from
yon on behalf of tbe British government; any
re&muuoa on your pan must ue maac to cc
nor Don Martinez, the commandant of Trux
I am perfectly aware that you were anx
ious for tbe carrying out of the treaty of the
2Sth of November, 1859, particularly that
part which would have placed Ruatan under
the protection or tbe Honduranian flag. I beg
to point out, however, that the said treaty
was made with the existing government of
Honduras, and Dot with Mr. Wm. Walker,
and that your descent on that island was tbe
cause of its non-completion. I must also in
form you, with reference to a clause in your
continued in a speech of an hour and a quar
ter , bdng repeatedly cheered by the assem
blage. He made tbe most eloquent speech I
have ever heard fall ftom his lips. At the
conclusion or Gov. B.?a speech, W. S. Flip
pin, E?qn waB called upon to speak, but ex
cused himself on the ground of tbe lateness
of the hour, and promising to address them
there or in the neighborhood before the can
vass closed. ,
There were some two hundred present, and
it was, upon the whole, a very pleasant occa
tlsing In the
DRESDEN MIRROR. -
THE first number of which wlU be issued on Satur
day, the lSth dav nl (Vtfnhar TKia VaoUlU a
Northwestern RaXroad passes through this place, and
will goon be completed, when a great portion of the
trade of this place will be sure to go to Nashville. If
tbe advantages of Lie eltvara niuvui h.. ih.
Head on your advertisements at once, and they will
appear la the first number of tha nannr ivti
need not wait to make personal agreements, as we la-
IAn1 tn matt K a-a ii
n .tin uj iu iuq puDiisoea rates -.
duress K0. G.ADAMS,
oct"- . . Dreagen, Tennessee.
A HOVZLTT Iff THE AKT WORLD.
Photograpiiy npon Porcelain.
Secured by U tters Patent in the United ' i
: , atatcs, tngtand, t rance and Bel
; ' gium. . "
A. L.. Demos la Dixon Tbe Proa
- pect Ueil and .Everett Club.
Chaklottic. Oct. 1st. 1860.
Dkab Pbtriot: To-day we had a glorious T& Amfrican Photojraphie - Porcelain
Union meeting in our town. The day had . : , ' CompaBJ.
been appointed for a meeting or the Bell and No. 781 Bivoadwat, New Yonr - '
Everett Club of Dixon county, and a large Having secured their Wei and ingenious invention bv
crowd was in attendance. A, L. Demobs and tnTlT". lSV
t. it. tAST were expected to address them.
1 Thii latter gentleman did not arrivej" Mr. De-
moss, therefore, occupied the stand alone
He spoke over two hoars, and presented such
an array of indisputable facts and unanswer
able arguments as we have seldom beard in
this far off town. It was indeed an able and
telling speech. He reviewed - the whole
course of the Democratic party for tbe last
twenty years, and exposed their vagarie and
inconsistencies id a'masterly slyler "At times
he became eloquent, and: bis earnest appeals
met with a hearty . response from, tbe audi
ence. It was the very kind of a ppeech that
we needed, and I ean testify of - my own
knowledge that it produced good results ia
accession to our cause. I. would suggest,
that Mr. Demos ought to be kept busy the
rest of this cant ass. . He does his work thor
oughly and effectively.,.,! Kl JL e'. i
After his speech tbe Club adjourned in or
der to give the Democrats a chance to hear a
FE&OX3 OX CHIXa." presenting aii th 77r"...r.
and advantageous feitures of ordUiary photoeraDhs
the brUiiancy and fln;th of a water-color Orawtnir and
a hitherto unavtalnec quality' of durability, by beina
rendered as Imperishable as the natural pwpertieaut
Ue articles npon wbjii they are transferred
As the patented process of the Company enables the
reproduction -of Fhotifaphs, not only on plain sur
faces, but upon such u are round or of any decree of
irregularity portrait! can be reproduced with fault
kas accuracy, and dubcacy of delineation, unnn v,.-.
celain wares of any descjiptloa and dimension tired as
articles of luxury or af household utility, such as -
URN3rVASE-v BREAKFAST CUPS TOI
LET ARTICLES, Ac.; ,; -thereby
securing tiiLiluI portraits and furnUiin aa
unlquo and exquisite style of ornamenution ofarticlea
in domestic use. . - - 1 ,
In order to furnish likcilities for the gratiflcatioBof
the popular tiste. and lo meet the uur ih
trons of tbe l ine Arts leirou of having Poixraits on
PorceuUa, tie Ctsnpan r have imported irom Kurooe a
collcta of oipcrtor poroelain goods, manufactured to
theu- own order, which liey sii at cost pricm . - -
As the American Compuiy are owners of the patent
right, and consequently the only persons authoriaed to
use the process, Uiey ba ve determined, in order to af
ford feu pie in eve-y section of the rm ...
nity to possess PoitraU. on China to make the follow
ing jru)WBiuu i wi u in vne country who are
unable to vfett peisonaUy tbe Atelier andWaileries in
New-York:-Pcrajns sending a i-hotograph, ambro
type, or dagoerrcxtype ie the oflice of the Con, nan v ,n
Vw Vnrlr.mAtniiuniMl kv . - . ,.. - .
ZT , . r "w-aa, wm receive
1 A BAKKiLS COAL OIL, superior article, just re
A Wcelved iind for sale low by
sept22-U-...... RAIX3, BR0WX i CO.
6LACK1I1N & GILLESPIE.
C all . a n tl . Uxauiiu c.
We know we can please both as to
PRICE AND QUANTITY.
: : '- - oati-tr
; - Just received by " '' '
JOII N YORK & CO .,
' ' K0 Si rXlOX STREET.
THS MOTHER IN-LAW, by Mrs. Southworth, Au
thor of Lady of tbe LJe complete ln 1 vol $1 23.
language witLoot a master. , . .. ' "
- Latin, Spanish, French, Italian and German langua
ges wltlwut a inaster. Any one, or all of these lan
guages caa be learned by any one without a teacber
with the aid of this book. " Price SI 25. - octl-tf '-
Fine Wall Ppers.
PURSUANT to a decree of the ChaDrery Court at
KaahvlUe. in the case of Ell T. wvwia. .tni,n
Longhuret, 1 will sell, at the Court Houte in XashviUe.
on Saturday, October 6, 1860, lot Ao. 17, In tbe plan of
Ttiu3 8 months credit, without interest. Security
WslimA mtwA Ham m, .T.ltmm.A .
septd-tds J. E. CLE.WT3, C A JI.
TJTJRSUAXT to a decree of tho Chancery Court at
a iiMuviuo, ui we case ot Anarow jobnston r. I
vid M. Alien, and in accordance with an agreement
entered into by the parties interested, I will Belt, at
tbe Court House in S'aahrllle. m
1S60, David M. Allen's shop on Market stria, south of
Broad; lot 20 feet by 114. This property can be bought
iur ks uiau iue cot ot ue nouse. sale aosolute, and
a credit of 7, 12, 18 and 24 months, with interest, and
free from redemption Kwurity required, and lieu re-
SeptS-tds t : J. E. CLEAVES, C. 4; it.
- io. : ,
ULnsLAM io a aecree or the Chancery Court at
jl .-saanvuie, in the cae or Hiram aughn, Adminis
trator of M. McXally, deceased, t. heirs and creditors
or said U. McNally, I will sell, at tbe Court House ta
Nashville, on Saturday, October 6. 1860. the house and
lot of the McXaUy estate, on Cherry street, south of
ui wi, miui was assigiwa to uie VMOvr as ner dower.
7 -- "J "ci"yixrl9i tvvica to jsrs. JfC- al
ly's lift right in same. - - - . .
. Tkbjcs 0 and 12 months credit, with
chaser to give note ith iatUfiictorv at-curiiy. mid lien
vmm m umiioi one and two vtmrm i.
mmihurf..!. u 7 yrtt wtt h fnterett
from date of sale
ClerJc k Master.
Drj-Goods rery. Chcan.
ottermg at Wy low prices ' '"ouou wnicn J no.
ana see lor yourselves. mmmVpHBn-
Xo. South side of the quaJe
I have thia ii .
bunnwa im o wua ( Utile .;
uusiness. JIK. J. B. F.ITI 1VT1 ..J im ........
- - mtA AAA. tar-l
. : Nashville, Sept 1.1 beo
F. KXQAS. . I D r-
V. UCAX .Ai, CO.
book mim m mxmu
Aug. 4 .,- . . " .H .
41 College I treat
AaoiiCilia, if -uu..
J ' J. E. CI jtAVES, C. & M.
' ' ' 11.- '
UCKSCANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
me, iu uw caw ot jonn atallory vs. Josiah
Aiuoi uaormtoi af stamsed golds and French I Uallory and others, I will sell, on Saturday, October o
Iteoirattona. I mi iwivci i j. . I nun .n 'u . . ,,. .7' . .
. T - " - ww ovinni uuuurctl I t
ondwUaual Uaronclae. .
ACOOI city ma) Family Burooche, but littiused
for sale cheap by-
aept4-f BEXJ. F. Hina ft 0).
patterna low priceo glazed and 15 ct parr.
'terms Cash for all small bills.
raper Hanging dine in the best manner " ' . "
...... ww iixx,
-1., , ' : ' Xo 28 Public Square,
ecU-lm. : . ,s Corner IeaderiW ti.
'- Siorc loom Tor Kent.
rpWO St. je Eooma.Sren located, to rent for the btU-
?-ene-'t lseo.. apply to ii r duiELiw k co.
srw rh from Dr. Afoorlv." lint tha TWt I ia retam bv expne, trie of other char-e. a ri.-ilp -.
..... ' " namenteamkCant Cup and Saucer. thn.
no stomach for tbe task. Tbe fact is. Demos 1 traaalana thereon
bad 6o completely riddled the old di3unioa the? ZslZ:
hulk that the Doctor felt incompetent to keeD V50 or Toilet r, v0- nc portrait reproduced by
, . . Ttcf the patented proct. .... -
it anj longer afloat, and after roaring and By fending a t air of dsiruerreotvnes OB.i
cavorting awhile on the stand, he took hia I ?t"IM. hiJ Z:.l rve m Pir.of rich
' I cevres aseS. with tho-iinrtnix nii ... .
seat, promising ? to make bis speech ' eone I minature paintmgg ; and, hv like manner, portraits can
Other Ume." ' - : - ' -. S : . I be rejiroduced on lroelaiii. wares or Vasesof every
Our cause is prospering in old Dizoh. The I "undrcd d"Urs pir-
Bell and Everett Club haa been organized eouV.yTnd .,7?
on! a week, but it already contains a re
spectable number of members. " Though onr
pany is ia a minority ia tne county, it is
composed of men . as good and true as ever
rallied to their country's call, and I feel aafA
in promising you a handwme gain ia No
vember-ior uur iicaei. ii we could have a
good supply of such tpeakers as Demoaa. I
think It ia not too much to say we could car
ry tne county ior ueu ana tverett.
dressed to kUAXAAJi. JAIE81CAN PHtrrfKJRAPiiin
rOKCtXAEf CO.,', , JSl a.-oadway,. Xxw Yoax.
'For Jlenit or Lease.
IEATEa good Brldi. Uwlling, with four rooms . .
and twenty acrft of exctiUent land and plea
ty of good water. I will rt or lease it k I
one to Sve years, iaitualed on toe ftolensvllie 'J urn-
pike adjoining tbe wporal-kc line.
- - ri.l : : ..- tiBSOS MEEEITT
angn-atawtf ,--. '..
LIOA'S 1XSECT POWDEIl!
JX. at-sa in one of the most agreeable neLborhois i noge U'WOCn
.t. .... w.i . . ... ... i
- - -"in em tain u ia a v. ..., -
- 4 k ...
- The - Grafhcabfrs-Vegetable PHI, "'
ARE THE EEST TIE WORLD FOR FAMILY VSE
- --: t And for, . .
I5DIGESTJ0S' - fOXSTIPATIOS HEAD-
- ACHE JIE SYOUS ifZ . ILU0TJS5SSS
' HEARTBTTES' ACtDirY"-H AOTBA -FLAT
ULENCE WANT 0? APErUE DYSPEP
m account ot their gieat mildness, and from tbe
tact that they never gripe, aatueate, or leave the
bowels in a constiputed condition, the tirasfhenberg
Fills wilt be found more pVrasant than any other.
, S-Price 25 cents per -jox. On the receipt of one
dollar, four boxer will be sent by mail, free of postase
to any part of tiie country.
, . M.VUvJiZlKMliCHIX, '
8cyt22-f i. i t . Xo. 14 College street.
PALL AND STOCK j
v -AKDITJSHISIDara GOODS.
XO. 7 CEDAR STREET, -
Ilaviug arrived home from the East. I
beg leave to inform my customers and 1
the public g nerally , thu I have received I
and am receiving a larie and handxnm 'f f
anorlment of - tmnmm
- CABSOtESia, '
-1-"' 'iw, - ,u AKD TESnSGS,
Which I am preparet te make ui la tha most fashion.
aoU styles, and at tha ahoriest notice. jomm.
woti' Furabhlcg Good f all kinds kept eoMtaat-
V "V . : at-at
at the Court House in NashviUe. the fiillawimr
txuouio iiujri , iu nu; ik Mauory resuMence on
South Cherry strert, trith 105 feet of ground (next to
UaUory street) attached. The remainder of this piece
prufjt-riy, i. iee, nivioea mu Kits. One kt of loi
wet i root oa soum tAiuege street.
Texus 1,2 and 3 years credit, with interest. (
cept at to cash ta pay costs and expenses, which will be
coucctea on nouse lot.) rurcbasers to give notes with
saiisiaciory security, and lien to be retained.
, septA-tds . , J. E. GLEAVES, C. A V.
. ..i 12. v . . ' I ;
T)l"RSrjAXT to decree of tbe Chancerv Court at
A. as&vilie. In tbe case of Wm. Fox aad wife tc
Frank and RUey Row ton, I will sell, at tbeCourtllouse
in .aaanvme, on saturnatt. October 6. lbcJO. house and
lot art Lebanon Turnpike, il. bouth Kashviiie. Lot has
a front of 40 feet.
Tsxnm 1 and 2 years credit. Kotes to bear interest,
( and to be payable ia Sauk. Security roaaired and
lien retained. ; ;
sepui-tds . ' ' iE.CLEATX?,C M
13. .... .
T3rRSCAXT--t a 4wr of the Chancery Court at
A. asnviue,m tna case oi bamueitaviuri. executor
of Joiin I. Oaylnrd, deceamd, ts. HWa U.4iaytorl, I
will sell, at the Court House in Xashville, on Saturday
October 6, liCO, twQlotson College street, extended eai-h
co I net trout, ana uiown as u xo. ia and 3u. J. W
Camphcll's plan. - - -
Ttaas land 2 years credit, with Interest. Xotcc
wit. nivl uwiirilr i"w. n S r.j4 m.A I i . . : '
" r ..j , . - .. .1. u irwneo. .
septi-tdi , - J. E. GI.VFi!, C. A M.
PrRSCAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Xashville, m the case of F. Tomes. Jr., w. Jlenri
etu C Tomes and others, 1 will sell, at the Court Hwise
iZX -f "ay. ucxeioer e, 1500, lots So. 120
ndl91 tM the Ztoing Addition. - ' ,
. TEVBf k12' i "ud 24 months credit, without in
terest, and free from redemption. X'otes. with snca
rity, payable In Bank, required of tbe purchaser, and
Ilea to be retaitiMt , . '
HA1N'G been aptiointed and qualified as Adiuaii.
trator of the esUte of David iui!ry , sr., deTd
all uersnns hivnu rluima .... .
tted to Die them with me within the time reuuirej'b
taw or they will be forever bam- ...a .nVil .7 7
E. C DRAVF
Adm'r of David bmuey, sr.
lliMSS' lad fc tll CvJI Am. tvl . . .
miles betew Clrewiie. 1 " UmT
Dei ' iDfion.
E. CLEAVE?, C.JtSf.
PrRSTAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Xaahville. ln the caite of W. R. Rariuc. u
Glea vea rs. John DnCamp, I will sell, at the Court House
"vuie, en otaruraay, Ucl-ixr f, jsoO, hew lots on
spring Avenue, in Owing t Addition, each by 130
feet, and known as lota Ia2 and lia in th. ni.n -
Temis-mI, 13 and 1 months credit, with Utlereat,
.. ..uuui irw. uipi.ni. oecuriiy requirea, aaa lien
irwuni. . -
. V mm u.nii -uu rM tT I n. i ..... ..
hutuig Hvmca u it. wiLh i..i.i.n. A.
WwUlLrr ,"nb"' e.
If only one half is sukL one third ,J ,kJ
money mast be paid ia cash, the balance ua two eoiul
annual mstaUmenta. If tne whole trad i i.i l.Iu.
er, one payment must be in cash, and tbe balance
etual annual enstaUments Irom one to nrveo yeais n
may be aareed oa. rtruaa vuliiu m -. I....
" examine be themselves, or can get any uiifcr
MM-.iuu uk-t uui wimi iivaaurcawtfi
; . ' i; " U. WlLUAMS,
Ils-w2m . . ..... Cenirevuie,TeM.
A Fiue iVew Top Burgy.
TI TE have. handsoute new Buggy- fiw kale at T
f I luneMh Urn, tor aatwfartorT laua-r.
: - ' lirk J, F. iUEUk k Ca ,
- r - - . Sentral Ruuuis. 1
riTlSCAXT to a decree r tk. n. .
XashviUe, in the case of Wm. B. Walton . J,4,
and others, 1 wiU tU, at the Court House la .CvT
TJH V 1860-- ceniont,
o acres of land. Ivinir on tin mat ... . ... -
Church Turnpike, 2" miles from the city
Teaita. mouths credit without interest, a fcv
rrom redemptioa.. Security required and lien
, . J- F GLEAVS, C A M.
22 " """ " " ' '" "
PURSTAXT to a divrM r ,i,. rm. - .
KashviUe, ia the case of Hiram j "
and W. R. Hyde and others- I will ilii -. tf-
House in Xashville oa .Wm.1,. tiJl , ...
he. parcels of land, recovered in aboveYn," brc.'.
iHaufromthe defendants, Leake aud Hvde
parcel received from Leake contains .SZ
, .yde cn,ul S7 acres, and the uej
to be sold to pay tho amounts due to lj-ske and Hvd.
Txjis.-Sale free from red..m Hv -
of and twelve months w.tl ,72r. " crejJ'
ty required on notes, and a lien retained.
'l"-,up J- E. GLEAVES, CAM
X E. CLEAVES, C.cK.
PrRSTAXT ts, a decree of the Chancery Court at
XasbviSe, ta the ssjn of r. . iuxtj 4 Co., sad
DB. F. A.iKUEFFNEB,
IIO V CEO TAT II I C
Physician ana Surgtun,.
Xo. IS (up stairs) Cedar st , JahvUle,"Tena. -
Omoa hours oattl t A. at.. bieca 1 sad 3 T. U..aaJ .
1 between I and S P. it.
feefereBcea-tira. Hcrffig Jk Llpjiie, FtiilaJelph S, Fav,
and Pra. Caspar! ii Kovhier, LoauvUW, ky .
droifw A n.t. t- . ..