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1HKOXLYI-EK1UXEXTLT OttUAXEED BA.SU IS
THE CITY, will attend t ad calls lor ttra?ic both at
l"inr aud abroad, jrivint; entire s-alifattno or it
Uar'e. . The Laud is .ni)osed of
iih a omipiete set of new silver iastrumenW.
AllralU for uiL.ic, fiiT fanmls, pic nics, fcerei.ad.-s
aid jiMW . art.-u.k-J lu promptly.
- . ! ; W. L. HoBX, .
Manager and Conductor,
air27Ir 15 South College at.
Health and Happiness
TOE CONCENTRATED CUr E
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL, REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT !
"TT'OCXG MEX who are giitr.-rm;i lroui the efleU of
JL yoolhful indiscretion cau be surely Aud jx-rina-iwiitly
restored by lining lho
A QU A V I T A E,
A Rrmrdy of Great aud I'rrtain Fowir.
This remedy is put up in onutl! ints,audran be sent
by mail to any address. Atrial ill satisfy.- I'm it
lor a week, and you mil experience a jrreal benefit. A
circular coulauiiug full particulars M'lii (Irit-) n appli
cation. l"rioe per bottle $1.
Oue bottle will last a lunotb.
X. B. This reuiedv is suitable fur either sex.
Addre, " K. CKCtJkR, Medical Agent,
jul27-U 47 Broadway, Xew Yot It.
I'nHii tin- lTci, Philadelphia., October 7, lSiO.
Srui.NG"a Tkepabeo Gice. To have a favorite
pince of china chipped or broken, a pet book with its
binding torn, a nice piece of furniture tra-lured, is a
terriblo and tetnjier-destroy innuUanr. Xot without
remedy, ad we can tesluy... Mr paulding, who adver
tise his ITepured Clue is "The Pre" to-day, sent us
oiuebiit yesterday. We devoted two hour to its
practical application result, two carved chain com
pletely restored, many odd and t-mLi of rhina and
gums niade lit for us e a tattered may made as good as
new, several deguerreotype cases renovated, and an
4d folio editiou of Iierodolus and Homer prinu-d ill
the year 1500, whose antique boards (literally boards)
wero iplit, made strong enough to last for another
century or two. We might have iiM-uded any quantity
o( children's broken toys, but caved in afW an hour
at the worst or them. ThU Prepared Glue, which is
a liquid about as thick as glue, and applied by a brush
uhkh accompanies each bottle, b so indirM'Usable in a
iiou4thalwe nw wonder bow we could have gone
without it. . ' H-2w
AlnHX. As the bol sea.-ou is uppnachuig, Bvery
person should prepare their system for the change, and
there is no remedy so applicaMeas '-McLeans streugth
euin Cordial and Biood 1'uri tier.'' It will purify the
Mood thoroughly, and at the sa.uc time strengthen
aud uivij.'urate the whole organization. The immense
quantity of it that is sold daily, is proof enough of its
-reit virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the blood. We sav to all. try it: It is de
licious to take. -e the advertisement in another col
We would call particul.il nUculion to McLean's
notice in another column. We add the following from
Ther't. Louis Herald, which speaks volumes in its
javr. We say to all give it a trial:
We tako especial pleasiu-e in recommending llc
' Ijoji's celebrated Strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for g.-neral debility and weakness. We
liave seen it tested in a circle under our own immedi
ate observation, and can vouch for its efficiency aud
worth. It H an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, as it is certainly, an invaluable
niediehie. : ee the advertisement In another column.
Jl'riT received and for Bale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of uit Jam and Cans, say
doz. Wiiloughby Gla.s Jars 1 quart;
I7U . " " 2 quarto
4si " Class Jars, with corks for bealing.
AUo, on hand -JU0 doz. Tin Fruit Can.-', ouo and two
uuurts, lor sealing up, all warranted.
No, l-J bb!s. beit Clear Coal Oil, at lowest price by
barrel. W. WH.SoX,
-pt4 -If 17 College St.
I have sold out my entire interest in the lirin ot
Xicholwn & Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
coulinue the business as heretofore. I will assist him
him in winding up the business of the old linn, and
ol U tr him a cutitiuuauce of the patronage bestowed
..a the old llrm. I. C. MC1IOL.S.V.
lu order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, be
fore receiving new Goods, fr a thort lime 1 will oiler
uv entire Block at cost, for cash.
Julv 2 1 SCO DAVID IICMPHBEY.
An m ii ! a For the INSTANT RELIEF and
S I II ill A I'ERMAXEXTCT'KEpi'thwdis
trivring complaiut ue
FEN D T ' S
JUdebyC. B. SEYMOUR t CO., 107 XasbaP snrni-CT,
X. Y. Price fl per bos; sent free by poM.
FOR SAI.E AT AU. PRCCGKTfr.
JO. illVillM. J. C. OILKKWX. K. Y. COWARPtt-
ED'VAKDS, GILKESON & CO.
(Brct-sseo5TO jo.EDwa he,)
Coruerof College and Clinreu (.,
Whclesale Grocers and Commission
HER C H ANTS.
AND DEALKK3 IN
Fine Brandies, Wices, Cigars, Tobacco, ie
act 11 -l I
UOtSE.SICX AXD 0R.A3IE.TAL PAWTtB,
Xo. 75 Xortb Market rntrett,
Opposite Myers, Hunt i Co.'s Carriage Slrnit.
All orders (rout the city or country attended to
with promptness and despatch. eeptll-tf
BEX T 1ST,
No. 8 Ciierrr Street,
Johnson & Treanor,
.-o. tf L'nlou Mrtet,
HEKSCIIFXL FEXTON"3 mode of accomplishing his
Pupils in the use of the Viou and .rrrR, is ol
the most impulsive and modem schooto. For i. is jto-fivs-ive
excellence in imparling a
Kuowledge of tlie Art,
Reference may be obtained of his nvmrrwa painou of
tkis CUf as well as the musical people throughout tho
Tncirs For instruction , Violin fS per month
Guitar $S "
- 40 per session
Addressee sua y he made at either of the Music Slorea
.-wnd at the l. Cloud H.Hel. Applications attended w ilb
rttt alrn lest and muet Immediate rmnctuality.
Kuom oj er the City link where he mny lie louud at
N. B. PUuj tuned to order. ccp3-lm
A PARTNER in a lucrative busiues. Any young
man witta a tew hundred dollar can liuil a purl
.lM.,by addressing BL'rlNKK" at ihe P. Nashville.
Corn, Flour, &c.
Onfl BAia ime Corn;
OUU Si hags Flour;
- AM barrels Flour, (various brands,)
In lore and for sale very low by
,17 . 11LCH MtCREA k l .
VE Thowaod pounds PoUsh on hand, and for si
Dy . . . , lLLS,i5KOW'X iO.
. w. . dkwitt.
' F1TG & lie WITT,
ATTORNEYS AT I-AW, AXD SOUCTToKJ? IX
CIlAXtTR Y. ' -
CARTHAGE, TESSESSE. . .
" Will firactica in all the Coorta of the count iof
ginitta, Mroa, Jackson and Putnam. Will give special
r wtteotioa to loo coik-ci ma of c la Una. Belerroiws: Filr
hapsrd k. Co Xashrille, Tenn. D. Weaver, Caah'r
J'laniers Bank, Naafcvllle. J. Correr, Cath r lun
V." CJodey' Lady V Book.. :
frlor ' Ma'2in fi-T October Just received by
JOilX YUPJC A Co.
' "... . 1 ..ni i. I rrase
m the tity. AloJtraUj rcul, itw""1!
WEDNESDAY" MORNING." t)CT. 3, 1860.
1COCK CITY MILiIaS.
'Bell",. ; Floor in 1gs $ , in lialf Iw $ .
ld Hickory d - 4 5; i. i-. 2 15
Ijifle do " 3 50; - 1 Sg
Mixed Bran. l-r 1000 0i.. one dollar.
Corn Meal, per bunliel, il Oo.
IMivered to all purts of Uie city. iK-pt 21-1 v
.110Vi.ME.NTS OP TUE RAILROADS.
Departure or raMrnsrrlialu.
NjcsnviLi.it i:CHJiTTA)o: 4 A, M., 3 P. M.
TusewKt k Auiaui 5:1 5 a. M.. 3tOO P. M.
liOt-wriu-K k. Njimvajx 5:00 AjM., 5l5f P- M
; " GaliMiinExpresA 4:30 P. M
Fwmm it Ktwcti-6:30A. HiiO P. M
- Arrival of Pattenger Train.
Xju-bviluc k CHATt.t.'Oor,jk ,"i K. M., g A. M. "
Tkx.m,ke A; Alabama 10:OO A. M. 4:00 P. M.
It miiXK K Njchviijle 3:05 A. H., 2:15 P- M.
' " Gallatin Express 0:10 A. M.
EiKJKmxn A: KunckT 8:SO A. M-, 6:4 5 P.M.
We were rather anxions during llio
ailministrftlion uf ihe late lamented Ssreet
Committee, . ior our city contemporaries to
come up to our help in tlie effort to have
Hog Alley macatlaizid nnl lighted with gnn ;
bat none or them, with a tinjle and l"sMy
honorable exception, thonght lit to go inio
the fight. Now, however, when the old ccmi
iniltee haa Rone ojt "and the new one has
come in. and i. to attend to the demands of
Hog Alley the first ihiog, one of our conteiu
poraisis, the local of the Evening Democrat,
pitches into the buciuess with as much vim
as if he had bea intending to do eomethiug
of the sort ever sinca he was u email ly.
Thi, of course, has got to be stopped right
short off. Hog Alley is a poor but rei-pect-ible
neighborhood, and no attempt shall be
made to crush out its aspirations without a
row. We warn the local of the Dimoerat to
forbear. If he persist in denouncing the
rplendid but unfortunate thoroughfare upon
which we have the lienor to hold a profession
al abiding place ichith we shall la'.l upon
cherry street and tear it up from Dioadway
to the Railroad" so" confoundedly that you
couldn't drag a wheelbarrow through it wiih
a team of ten elephant?.
Hog Alley u going to be fixed. The new
Committee U now pulling off its coat to have
The hotel bill of the Prince of Wales
during his May at DarnumV. in St. Louis,
was $500 a day. We will stare, as showing
the wonderful" rapidity with which the tariff
of hotel charges has traveled the ascending
scale during the la-t lew years ia tfe West,
that when we stopped at that same hotel not
over three years ago, our bill amounted to
not more than half that sum-in fact, to
scarcely more than $2,50 a day. However,
in justice to Mr. Bab.num. we must say that
our suite was much less numerous than that
of the Prince, and that we took txlralt dt hy
drant, instead of sherry an J champagne.
Nor did we allude, in the presence of the
landlord, to any relation we may have borne
to the Royal Family.
Jordan's Reki-s, as Pi-aykh by Miss Ax
xi k Hayks. We are indebted to C. D. Bux
sox JtCo.. Publishers, for a copy of a piece of
sheet music with the above title. The reels
are very fine music nothing more stirring.
We note that they are dedicated to the "Ca-
DKTS OF THK YY. M. 1." 1 ue youughiets win
enjoy them, no doubt.
jrThe St. Louis Xncs learns from a per
fectly reliable source that the profits of the
late Fair near that city were over $17,000.
The Theatre. Mr. Roberts made his se
cond appearance last night in Hamlet. As
every play goer in Nashville knows exactly
how he personates the Frince of Denmark,
(he having appeared here in that character
many a time before) it would be but a waste
of ink and paper, aud an unprofitable pro
longing of the labors of the compositor, to
give our opinion of the quality of his acting.
He is almost universally recognized as a tra
gedian of the first class, and there ought to
be very little discount on his "Hamlet.
Mr. Stetson gets up a very good ghost'
and Mrs. Stetson plays the Queen quite
handsomely, while Miss Anme Fkaxce, with
her pretty face and soft and musical voice,
gives ns "Ophelia" very touchingly.
Mr. Roberts appears to-night as Rkhtlku,
which is said to be Lis best character.
jpKr They've got one of the most intensely
sensible editors down here in West Tennes
see that this country has yet pioduced. We
think so from the following remarks which
he addresses iu a business letter to the Pub
lishers of the Patriot, ne saye: "I have al
ways appreciated the DaUj Patriot." Could
any thing be more sensible than that ? "I
thiuk the mirth contained in its local col
umns tdone worth the subscription price."
He's talking about ns now; but mirth !
just think of it mirth ! and as habitually
solemn as we are too! but n importer we
won't lake offense where noue was indeed.
"As I have sent you my prospectus with Ihe
request of an exchange, and have not received
it, I propose to pay you, in advertising, the
difference in the price of our respective jour
nals. ntuM hare the Daihi Patriot Ly all
Certainly be must, and, in fact, shall. Our
mail-books already bear evidence of the f act
. fFor tho Itailv
To the Fair IS fnconnuesr. " .
We noticed in a recent copy of the Dailt
Patriot an appeal from yourselves to the
hearts of the lords of .creation.- We hasten
to reply. You say that nature has denied
you but one favor: that tbe'gift of gifts
Our fate is the same. Who can d-em it
presumption when we grap the bait displayed
by the fickle goddess to two aching hearts
that have so impatiently awaited their turn
at Fortune's wheel.
You demand a description of our persons;
to the fairy-like owner of blue eyes and
golden curls, we present a pleading contrast
in a straight, well-built Hercules of six feet;
with regular haudsoine features, full grey
eyes and daik clustering curls. Where is the
sparkling brunette that can resist the 'soul
entrancing beams from the blue eyes of a
falr-haircd poet lover? , There is not one.
Now, ladies, you have our persotelle. Our
good nature is proverbial; and for f na and
frolic we are always on hand. Our intellec
tual powers we ar loo modest to rate; suf
fice it to say, that onr effusions can always
gain admittance into ihe column for "little or
nothing." Are we mtrcenary when wo re
solve to storm the castle and never raise seige
uolil possessed of its accumulated hoards o'
affection: Then be it so, for such is our de
termination. ' .'.
We confess our ignorance of the road to
Indolence, but understand that it lies in an
opposite direction to the II HI Of Sience. on
the summit of which stnrul the Tr-innle of
Wisdom, which magnificent institution' we
have soiue idea of v'nsiliu". ;
Lest ; you should, from this confession.
deem u incapable of teaching the art of
love,, we beseech you to bear in mind that
the devotee of Wisdom affect t disdain the
tender passion. Though devoted worshiper
at to sbirne of beauty, yet neither of us can
bo ait of one ariout ojfairt iu e crur!m innumer
able little filiations, have of course served to
pass time ever since we entered bur teens.
' The last word to written, - ;
', . ...Thc ht TP1 r maJ?, v r-t , -
. . . . .To Uie blue and'bWk eyed one .
Beneath UttCastl shade.. . ' w.
. a ? A. A 3 -
Crrr Coixciu At an adjourned meeting
of both boanU of J he City Council of the past
municipal TyeAT;; on, isaturday ..evening, the
Annual Reports of tha Recorder.-Treai-urrr,
and Finance " Committee 'were'read and or;
tiered to be published io two of Ihe city pa
pers. The election returns for Mayor were
presented.' and TIL lb',' Cheatham' declared
el cted. The following resolutions ofl'-n d by
Mr. Winston were unanitnonly adopted: -
KfuJieJ. That the thanks of the? City Coan-
Cil are berebv exteiidinl the Mavor. Ss. X
lloliiiigswurtb. lor the z-al. efficiency, aud
snccesH with which he has uihcharged tiie va
riou-4 iuliic itc and diflicuU duties of bis of
fice fur the past inuni:ipal year.
Ktnolvfl. That S. N. llollingsworlli. in re-
tirinjj from the office of Mayor, carries with
Mm u utmost respect, esteem aud confi
dence of ihe memliers of this UhI?. togHhr
with tb'-ir most bideut and undivided wishes
for his future happiness and pn-spei ity.
liffsol&J, Thai ihe efficiency with which
the Treasurer. Recorder, Revenue and Water
Tax Coll' ctor. Day aod Night Police, to
gether with ihe various other officers, have
discharged their arduous duties, di-sf rves the
profound i hunks of the Convention.
Mr. Winston also offered the following res
olution, which was unanimously adopted:
'EtHJce-l, That Ihe thanks of thi.-i Council
are hereby extended to the President, Ira P.
Jones, lor the able and impartial maimer
with which he h;ts presided over its delibera
tions." Mr. Shane offered the following which was
also unanimously adopted:
"Resolved, That the Reporters of the City
Press have the thanks of this convention for
the faithful manner in which they have re
ported ihe proceedings of this Board."
Councilmen Winston, Rhea, Bostick, and
President Jones, and the retiring Mayor Hol-
lingsworth addressed the Board anc: regret
ted the separation from an intercourse which
had been every way pleasant for a year past
The addresses were appropriate and iu good
laste, and all of them complimented the offi
cers of the corporation lor their faithfulness
and fidelity to the trusts reposed in them.
In the Board ol Aldermen, Messrs. Hamilton.
Cheatham and XJox made remarks of a simi
lar" character. '. '. ..' . ' '. .' '
... . . j,-or it, patriot.
- Our National 'las. -I
'The star spangled banner, oh long may it wave,
O'er the Und of the free aud tho home of tho hr-ve."
The blue vaulted arch lb it encircles l ie wi rll
Is the ensign of freedom on our banner uulUr 1 d. :
Brih: .-.t ir after st ir Ls seen t arise,
1'i.sjieioing the gloom of the night from the ft w ;
(o .-tr niter stur my our fljg still adorn, :.
bisM-u.ing its bicss.u;s to nalons unborn.
ike lihi as it streams from the st irs of the sits,
Received by tlie worid from the stars when they rise,
Are the striies ou our ll ig when it Uo iU in the breeze,
To sciUcr Us biesgiiigs o'er the laud aud the seas.
"Tlie star $pinglrd banker, oh long tnay it wave
O', r the lain! of tlie free and the home of the brave;"
Improving man's wrongs aud securing his tight, .
1 ike blessings distilled from the dews of t; e nig Lit.
P.HTI VattKV, Bedford Co., Sept. 30. W. M. G,
Maoxu: Graxd Lopoe. The Masonic
Grand Lodge cf Teiinesseo is at present in
session in this city, the present being its forty-eighth
The Masonic Temple, recently erected rn
Church street, was dedicated Monday night
with the usual ceremonies.
The annual election of officers by the
Grand Lodge was appointed to take place
Money ! iUouey ! -s-
The Nashville Building Association has
seven thousand dollars in cash to dispose of
to-night to ihe highest bidder. Let all who
want money attend and bid. The complaint
of hard times is general, but here is money
offered and will go cheap. At the meeting
Monday night, there was nobody on hand to
buy. That did n't look like hard times; but
it did look like there were some folks holding
up their shares against their own interests.
"Straws' While traveling to dinner the
other day, there being no other passengers
aboard, it Breckinridge editor of this State
'took thj vote,7' which resulted as follows:
For Breckinridge, .00
For Bell,.. 00
For Douglas, 00
For Lincoln,. .....01) .
jZO-Among the distinguished strangers
whose presence graced the dress circle at the
Theatre last night, were Gen. Philip W. Ed
wards and CoI.Kixxet II. McTuomas, of the
Fourth Water-Tank on the Tennessee and
CuixaSale at Auction. We wish to call
the attention of our readers to the large sale
of China Ware commencing on Thursday mor
ning, at 10 o'clock, at Mayfield's Block.
Church street. The assortment is large and
beautifully decorated, and well worth the at
tention of the ladies and gentlemen. For
further particulars see advertisemenl.
For the Daily Patriot.
: The Bell of the Tnlon.
The Bell of the Union is pealing
lu a soft and harmonious sou ml,
To rally a nation of freeuiea
By partisan leaders now bound.
I.cl us heed all the notes that it gives u-,
Aud continue to pass them all round, .
Nor forget all lis notes when they leave ur,
Nor fail to at end to their sound.
; 'The Bell of thc Tnion is pcxliug,
Loud note of alarm in our ears,
That the nation is torn by dissension. '
And covered by partisan scars.
Ihe Bell of the I'nion is sounding
In notes that unceasingly rigo,
To tlie dangers aronnd us abounding
From recliooal partis in t ies. ' '
Tho-wir-do; of f.ictiou are bowling,
'Aud threatening destruction ail rouu.l,
- While the Bell of the Union sounding
To rescue the country from harm.
The Bel! of the Union Is sounding,
Come let us then rally nce more , )
To rescue the conntry that's groaning
As did our fathers of yore. '
KicuVajjev, Bedford Co. W. M. .
, Rock City Guards Promotion. At a
avetiug of the 'Guards." Friday evening
last, at their Armory. First Lieutenant Frank
Sevier was elected Captain to fill the vacan
cy occasioned by the resignation of Robert
C.Foster, Fq. It was a deserved compli
ment to a soldier and a gentleman, and one
of the best drilled officers in Nashville. Sec
ond Lieutenant J. B. Craighead was then
elected First Lieutenant, Third Lieutenant
Jo. Yaux was elected Second Lieutenant, and
the office ot Third Lieutenant being made
vacant. Private C. W. Kennedy was elected
to that position. The company, we learn,
have ordered a new drill uniform, jacket and
pants, and are going through the "school of
the soldier" in Hardee's tactics as well as
Scott's. We are gratified to know that the
company is in a nourishing condition, aud
that th- organization is likely to be one to
lust. " We hope it will. Banver.
Messr. Taylor, AVhlttborue.
- The Pillow ing list of appointments has been agreed
upou for Messrs. Taylor, Whillhorne, and Wallet-son,
candidates for Elector for the State at large, at which
times and places they will bo pleased to meet and
address the people. It will be seen that a number of
counties have been omitted. This was unavoidable,
owing to tho waut of time: " "
Somerville, Fayetle county, "Wednesday, Oct. S.
Memphis, Mielby county, Thursday, Oct. 4.
X-ingtoa,TipuiQ couuty, Saturday, Oct. 6.
Brownsville, Haywood county, Monday, Oct. 8. -
Ripley. Lauderdale county, Tuesday, Oct. 0.
Iyersborg,Pyer eounty, Wednesday, Oct. ID.
Troy, Obion county Thursday, Oct. 11.
Dresden, Weakh'y Aunty, Friday, Oct. 12.
Paris, Henry county, Saturday, Oct. 13. -Camden,
Bt-nton county, Mouday, Oct. 15.
Waver ley, Humphre county, Tneaday.Ocl. 16.
Ciiarlotte, Ihxon county, Wednesday, Oct. 17. .
Nashville, Davidson county, Friday, Oc 10. ,
Franklin, WiUiamsoa county, Monday, Oct. 22.
Marfreeeboro, Ralherford county, Tuesday, OcL 23.
Uallatin, Sumner county, Thursday, Oct. 25. ...
Lalayette, Uacon ooualy, Friday, Oct. 24.
Carthage, uiih cbucty, Saturday, Oct. 27. - w
Smiihvilla, ItuKalb eounty, Monday, Oct. 23. " '
CookenHe. Putnam counly, Tuesday , Oct. SO. .
Soarty, White county, Wednesday, Oct, SI--, 1 '
McMiuovUle, Warreo county, Thursday, Not. 1,
juncnener, vonoa county, rnoay , ov, Si 1
A. S. - Colt a u. Eq-. ot- Wwicd etery. .will
address the ' people- at - the following tim.-s
and placet vi t
JMer. Marion cwaiy.. Friday, Oct.. 5.. j
Teaaue's St4,re. Mara co., Saturday, Oct. C.
Duolars Sequatchie county, Monday, Oct. 8
Pikevilie. ied. cowntv. Tuesday. Oct. 5.
Wabiugio, Rhea co., WedueWay. Oct. 10.
Dec ttnr. Meig CMinty. Thursday, Oct. 11.
Cleveland. Bradley Co.. Friday Ocr. 1. :
-. Public Sjiealtliis. -
- Cussr.LL. Uocston, Fq.,and Joiix' F.
Hof-E. K.-q' will aildr f .'be.. people tn the
iHHues in lue pending cat V - at ine k.iiow
injf times and places: . ;
Fayettville. Saturday .October fith. -
Tullahoma. Monday. " J.'ith.
"Spiing Hiil.TiieKlayr " ' V h.-- -
Mt. Pleuoant. Wrdneday,- ?.-. lOih.
Pulaski. Batnrday. - - - 20th.
Brownsville, Tued.y. " 2.,i-d.
Sumnierville. Wednesday. 24 h.
B.liar, Thursday, : 2ih.
Cleveland.aturday, . .... 27th.
, Beuton, Monday, . " J 29th." ;
Athene, Tuesday. ' ' . 30th. '
M idi Ton ville, Wednesday, " 31st.
Habile Speaking. -
Hon. W. B. Stokes and Col. W. H. DkWit-
will address the people on the political isT
sues ot the d ty. altbrt following, times and
places 5 ' '
LaFayette, Macon counly, - - Oct. 1st.
Cenierville, Jackson county, . - -. " 3rd.
Williams1' Store. Defeat Creek, - - " 4ih.
S. S. Stanlou, Eq., of Carthage, will ad
dress the people at the followiug times aud
places : .
liiiukhu (.... rlMir.-uiiy, 11
. . Tuesday ,
. Lincoln Co..,
Hon. W. B. Stokcs aud Col. Joux L. Spur
lock will uddress the people at ' '
Altamout, Grundy couuty. Monday ,Oct. 22.
HilL-iboro', Cuffce county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Manchester,- Coll'ee county, Weduesday,
Beech Grove, Coffee county, Thursday.
Oct. 25. .
Winchester, Franklin couuty Saturday,
Oct. 27. .
Gkouoe Baber aud D. C. Douulass, of Sum
ner County, will address the people on ihe
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvas,
at the following times and places: - .
Epjierson Springs Saturday .... October
I-uUyetie Mouday do
Knliunk's Store.' ...'.Tuesday tlo
Bed Springs ......Wednesday, do
Meadows v ille Thursday .". . do
. - . SMITH COUNTY,
Pixon-Springs... . .. .... . Friday... v .do
Carthage..... ....Saturday., do
Hogg's store... Mouday... do
Koine Tuesday do
Smith's More.. Wednesday, do
Chestnut Mouud.. Thursday. do
. PCTXAM COUNTY. :. .
Cookeville F'riday .....
OVERTOX COUNTY. -
.. JSaturday ..
. FENTRESS COUNTY.
Jamestown........... ..Tuesday.: .. da
A divisiou of time will be granted to au
advocate of eithei Douglas or Brre kioridge
We will address onr fellow-citizens of the
7th Congressional District as follows.
Purdy, McNairy counly, Monday, Oct. 1.
Montezuma, MO airy co., Muesday, Oct. 2.
Hermitage, Decatur co., Wednesday, Oct 3.
Decaturville, Decatur co., Thursday, Oct. 4.
Uossett'ti btore, lienlon co., t uday, Uct. o .
Camden, Benton co., baturday, Uct. 0.
Chepultapec, Benton co., Monday, Oct. 8.
Turkey Point, Humphteys co. Tuesday Oct 9
naverly, llnmpbrevs co. ednewlay, Uct 10.
McAdo's Humphreys co., Ihursday, Uct. II.
Delobervillc, 1'erry co.. tnday, Uct. 12. .
Linden, Perry co., Saturday, Oct. 13.
JU11N C. BROWN,
. N. N. COX.
Nashviixe, Sept. 15, I860.
Thc Committee appointed by the State Bu,
reau of the Seventh Annual State Fair of
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewing Machine, fiud ou ex
hibition the following machines in competi
lion : the I. M. Singer, Wheeler Jfc AVilsou. A.
B. Howe, and the Grover & Baker. The Grst
three named, although differing in construc
tion and capacity, still so tar as the stitch is
concerned, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing what is called aud known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, upon which all the lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re-
spooled. The Shuttle Machine may be used
upon come classes of family sewing with a
degree ot satisfaction, but we conceive from
their construction, operation aud stitch, their
priacipal adaptation is to ' the purposes of
mauuiaciure. xue puiuru we conceive most 1
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of requirements in a machine for fami
ly sewing, we fiud more fully combined in
jo Grover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, ease of manage
ment, advantage of using thread from two
spools without rewindiug; strength of work,
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch,
and quietness of movement. We therefore
make award to the Grover Baker.
JOHN HERIGES, Chairman.
J. W. WILSON, .
C. H- WHITE,
J AS. A. WOODS.
I hereby cetify that that the above is
true copy of the original decision and award
of the Committee upou Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair for 1860 . ' ."
v L.P. WILLIAMS,
. Sec'y. State Agricultural Bureau. -
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
Jfc Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nasbvills, Tennesaee. --
: R. H. BROCKWAY, 1
Proprietor and owner of the Grover &. Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee. : , ;
Sept. 26-tf. ; . ; "
NOTICK TO BUILDKRS. Proposals will be I
received ni ine omce or we undersigned lor I
the construction of a frame Church 011 the I
Murlreesboro Pike, 5 miles lrom this citv. I
Plans, specifications and bill quantities, will I
be open for examination, from this date, from I
8 to 12 o'clock each day. : . ;
- - v . JAMES KIDDELL; Architect,
'..". :' - Odd-Fellows Hall.
The Ladies have resolved to vote on
rhe Sewing Machine question. They have j
declared for freedom from leather pad, di
minutive shuttles, and windik? bobbins, and
are determined to have Sewing Machine work
which wilt survive the wash-tub. In short,
they are going "to a man" for a new admin
istration under The Grover Jfc Baker.
dwtf." .. --. '' - :
Edg'fitfd Kentucky Railroad '
Nashville to Clarksville, flop-
- kiiitville, llusaellville, &c. -
V. CHAXGK OF TIME, a j
- ;ri Comuienciiis MONDAY, September 24th, 1800.
i . . V .. GOLSO NORTH. ' ' ;
. Leave Nashville at 6:30 a. M. and 12:33 r. a.
Arrive at Clarksviile 10 JO a. a. and 4:40 r. a. -.
i ' i.l , . ; GOING SOUTH.
- Leave Clarksviile at 420 a. m. and 3 r. a. '
Arrive at Nashville 8jOi.lL and C:45 r. a. !
- Tba morning train from Nashville connects at Tail's
Station, near citato line, with Slaughter a Ca.'a4il
line of four horse coaches fur HopkuuivUle, Ky., viaw
iituhju, rauumkr, -
From Hojikmsviile stages leave for Columbus, Ky
Pa.lucab, bmithland, Eddy vilie and Henderson. V'
The livening train from Nashville makee ckin eon
nectMin at tUila Line with train of Memphis Brauch
Railroad to KuuetlviUo, bowling Green, tc. .
- Fare rrom Nashville to Henderson $4 60. '
' ' ' ...... A. ANUKRSON,
eeit2-tf - r - - Chief Engineer, E 4t k R R.. f
--'-1 - : - ;,Xemeiis; r,,,....
A Xew Kovel, by Varioa HarUnd, author of Alone,
1 1 : . n . U A i O: j r .. i t . .
wvuni M jmi jKua ei(ie, iuv aao iu aauvuia.eT 9
JOHX YORKACO.", -' I
" . ' ....
rover fe Baker fc?rwisar Vlachlo. I
Mar - uraa m asa men " 1rt TV
-Arrival of the North Ainerlra.
Kkw Yobk. .Oct. 2.i Tne - steam, r N i th
Atuerica ba- anivi-d at Fa her Poii.i . wiih
Liverpool ditex via. Oiieeun w n4 2It;Sep.
(JUltoii, Hales .f , tiie k i.,000 : bal.n. ol
which speculators tiK-tc 15.000 Mies and ex
porters 7.. o0 bales. AtHit-t-jf-Mifrailv u
eliHiiji.t ar,l ijuilA St:ea FritL.y SQiht liale
J wl.'n-li ifi"l itoi -iTd xooru-rs lok 2(MI
b.le. Orleans Fair 7i: Mid'tliii!r f.7: MohIh
Fair 72:'Midiifiu Ct; Lidand Ftir 7. Mid
dling t; Sticktl Ldvcrpuoi balei
ot which 7o0,0OU bhhw are American. - .
tin-adtuBs nudr; Corn ' firm, ad vsuiced 6
pence; pmvision- quiet; Consols 93.
- The weather has been favorable lor crorrl
- The Sacred Col lege at Rome is trying to
induce the Pope to seek an Asylum iu Spahi
or Austria. - .:. - . .. ...
It is retMirteil that a manifesto announcing-
ma neterminauon. ll a'janaou rtoine is alrea
dy prepaid. '
1 be b ttile between Cialdisi and Lamor-
ciere lasted sir Hours. The In tier escaoed
to Ancosa after the battle. A greaier or-;
tiou ot ihe PontiGoial artsy capitulated.
, , ' Arrlveil. ; -
New York. Oct. 2. The steamer Canad
arrived at Cape Race Monday . night with
Ldveqoul iljites of tho Z2d. ,.
The steamer Pm ice AlU?rt arrived out on
the 2lt. - - -
Mancheter advices are favorable: the mar
ket leing firm with au advancing tendency. .
Havre Cotton iale of t ho week 6.000
liales, closinir d.ill. New Orleans Tres Or-
diuaire f3; Bas 83; stock at Havre 185,000
bales. . . - . , -
Iatest. The steamer Africa had arrived
out. Cotton sales Saturday 7,000 bales, of
which speculators and exporters took 2.000
bales, closing quiet, and 'dull;' breadstuff's
steady and firm; provision quiet; consols
93J-.93J. Bullion in the Bank of England
uasiucrenrea no.li'JU pounds.
-cws uoimporuuit. r
Italian affairs are unchanged. .' :
The I'apal army has virtually, dl-banded.
Aucona is beseiged and blockaded. " :
Garibaldi is nreoarinsr to march asrainst
Capma. - . . . , -
lie had a train said be-willonlv moolaim
the kingdom ot Italy from Rome.
ine raris lionise had advanced. - '
There were vatrue rumors via Russia of
uusailsfaciory China news.
' ;' Foreign. ' '"; ,
Casebta, SeitL 18. Garibaldi has'annoint-
ed Saffi Pro-Dictator of Sicily. i ;
ll is reporteit that Mazziut ha1 arrived at
Naples. . . ,
Garibaldi leaves to-morrow for Capria.
Gen. Lamorciere's defeat will hasten the
departure of the King of N iples from Gaeta.
mei ope s annouueetueut of his intention
to leave Rome is said to be already prepared.
I uere was a vague report ai Parts that Na
noleon would attend the Imperial meeting at
Warsaw. 1 - ' - - y
Tukix. An official despatch says that La
morciere with 11,000 men attacked CaUdiui's
position at Catle Fidaldo. The light was
i-ho t but desperate, and resulted to prevent
the j.mctioa of Lamorciere's corps with the
remainder of his troops at Ancoua. 600 pris
oners were made. Six pieces of artillery and
the flig were taken. The wounded, including
General Piraobino, fell into the bauds of Ci
aldini. The Iom of the enemy was considerable.
6,000 m-n made a sortie from Ancona aud
took part in the fight, but they wore com
pelled to retire, being pursued by the; Sar
dinian troops." The Neapolitan fleet opened
a fire against Ancona.
The COO prisoners of war taken at Spolito,
are Irishmen. The goverumeut desired the
British Minister to take and send them home.
but the Minister declined, saying they could
J not regard ihem as British subjects.
I It is said that Garibaldi demands
tor Emanuel shall dismiss Cavoor and Farini.
aud usks fur 30,000 Sardinian soldiers to gar
rison Naples. There is much agitation nt
Turin from t'r demands ol Garibaldi.
Acr IVevrs. ,
Louisvili t:, Oct. 2. The river is r!s"tn2
with 3 fe't 3 inches water in th2 canal..
New Yokk, Oct 2. Cotton steady; in fair
demand; sales to-day 2,000 bales; middling
upland 10?; Flour dull; sales 19,000 bbls at
5.25a5.40; Corn--Sa!es 31,000 bushels at 69a
70c; Mess Pork dull; sales ef 500 bbls, at
19,50; Lard steady; Coffee quiet Java 1G;
Maricaribo 14; Molasses Cuba 27; Sngar,
sales 1,000 boxes Muscovado at figa7J.'
Cincinnati Oct. 2 Flour 5.0oal5; Wheat,
rel advanced 2c; Corn 50c; Whisky Sales
300 bbls at 182c; Mess Pork 18,00: New Or
leans exenange t premium
- LonsviLiK, Oct. 2, I860.
CIIEESF blocks Palit aud price. have an adrau-
ciug tendeucy . Miles yesterday of TO boxes W. K. at
9if310.. F-uglish dairy at lltali;; fUulhurg 10(3
lO.o. . . . :. "
' HAY Advancius. A tale of 20 Ions from the
landing yesterday at $18 per ton, aud Sjiies trom store
at SIS 60.
HOGS The transactions of the weei have been
tight, as buyers and misers are too w-Me apart in their
views, l be lots Itiat nave been purchns-d here ag
gregate 200,00i) head, at an average oi" $S gross or
6 bO uct. At that rate two or three leu have
been refused during the week. Th CmeinuaU Ga-
-ttesays that about 1.000 hog were t ikea on stur-
dav in that market at SS f.0 net. imlieie ofii lietier
Dill CD FKITT Io limited demand. Wc ouote
peaches at $3 2de 3 50pcrbus!ieL Apples $1 25
FEATHFRS, GIN'SENti, bC Good demand for
feathers, which commmd 43 te 45c per IK. Giuseug
dull at Hoc er 2b. Beeswax iu demand at 8ori 3c
per 16- " - --- .
FLOUR AND GRAIXTuo market for flour has been
dull during the week aud the sites lihi. We quolt
supeifine at $5, eitra$5 2.ri5 75, dncy brands $6fM
6 25. Sales ye t Tdav of SM bbls at $5 25 & 75.
Wheat is also dull at SlSl 20 for prime to chocc
white Kent icky.- Sides yesierdav- of 1,600 bushels at
$1 03cl '.0. Small sales ear v-.ru at 6O0 for yellow
aud 623 o-ic for white. Sale yesterday ol 20J S icks
No. 2 barley at Kye 62C?.63 trom wons and
it Irom kiore. torn ni-il iu demand at Sue. Bran.
sh iris anl t-hipstnlf-i $ll(ir 13, tI416, and $17(3-0.
"The Mill oftheGmrs u'riiids Mowly."
F. HAG AN C;:V
HAS received simoultaneously with its issue in Xew
York, MARION' IIARLAXD S XKW BOOK, :
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
The scene of the story .of A'cmesit is laid ia the
South. The time, che beginning of ths present centu
ry. The customs and events of those days aro traced
ilh fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully, interwoven
with the narrative, that the reader is not wearied by
statistics or dry hiitorical details. The homes of 0fty
years ago seemed as famiiiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their inmates differ little from the
men and women with whom he associates daily, The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshiig. In
no other work front the authors pen can there bo found
greater variety of incident, more artistic deleneation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
dlscription, and certainly no other contain t a plat to
n"ii nnmjn awNuca. , .
T"6 reader cannot but remark how Irresisubly yet
naturally he is borne along by the tide of events
There is no need after he is once in the current Io ex
,ain the ominoun tittle that frowns at the top cf the
page. ' Before the Jemru is unvaued the, reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that,
there are hidden springs and secret wires under the
feet and in the homes of the unsuspecting object! of
her vengence and the pertinent motto of the authorera
fully proves that retribution though somtintes slow is
Al!w a fresh supply of tho- . - ; - :
HIDDEN PATH. V -
The following notice of this work is fxom the , gener
ous pen of ANN CORA RITCHIE, and pays a just trib
ute to the most successful female writer ' Virginia haa
produced;1 I 3 1 ' ' 1 J -vi-M, CTLLE.V BRYANT. '
Let this noble production lie upon tho table, and
enliven the hearth of every true Southerner. , Faster
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 th
cry that the South lias no literature ; to silenced fore-.
. And a large supply of above, and MOSS S11K. '
A fresh supply of KCTLEDGE. ' 1 f ': :
I bad rather written RCTLEDCE than Mill ON
THE FLOSS. AnOutr f Badak. ,., ,-9;xi,
HARPER and fiOHKY, fr September, just roneived
Ax2f-tf'-: ;: . No. 41 College SUeot.
LAKE FISH, FKESI1 OYSTKS
NO. t DEA33EIIICK STREET,
& T E P H K S II 0 L C D B B J , 2
T7"OCTJ "rcspunHy announce to the cilixens of
Nashville Murine haa openod a Pepot on Dwede-
rick street, where bciotends to keen a voostant sur-
ii.rik.ii.ui i mf riiiii kattiuoRe ovstirs '
indaa kinds of WH.tVeAMK.-'whtclt be will sell at
lrem8cblIrlce.'"'i, f -.-'rV ItS-tf
-'-- . -. .. . - k
i sLrcEKua to a. B. coou-t a o.,i
4 oriier ftroad aud uefry tteel, j
7 IU- koep always on hand a Lire hud e., upletv
assortment if i-rerythii ke)l 10 the lrm: line,
whh-h w will sWt as cliezip ai the cbeupeM. ltd
t'ii a the bt-r'l. w hich we are ready 10 prov- aU tho
lime and at any time, day or iiitit, to the -tta-tj.
of all good .lia-n.-i hu rw ill lavor 0i B ilha cat atfci
tUr i- - i " . r JuHN J.; MXCif
T II ,K II W iTi
mm 31 AOiiiiXE.
. - r t '
The un.lersi.il-, I ha iutf the HuWF. SLWlNii MA ;
CHINES in tl.-e iu t!teiriMiuilii..-.ii. havini; lii"riiis;hiy';
esi.1 them upiu e ery variety of wrnt. do liol Ih-ti-'
Aal4 tn (H-ouuiince llieiu the ui.-l i-iiupl. the iinist
e:ily iuauujcu.1, and. emphatK-slly. th. -lir
t'lfiit" t;' Sewnij' Macliiues. '
HVU4.I- , ,
AV HoupIu" ' ' '
II i Scales.
' JIrs James Wj.ui .
- r. KCanipt-li.
T M Brennuii, - '
W L B liwreuee.
Th Leek, '
ll V McKiiuit-v ,
Mrs E Plumm'er.
.1 U Moor-, ,
II frtlummer. -
, J W i;reen. .
J HCriddle. 1
J'in uigley ,
, . . ISaudl.-.
' ' E Smith,
P.ev lr Ford. '
V T Cartwrishl .
t.e A Leiper.
11 Peitler, 1
V W Soulliw. th.
S Aze, t
" E XavaghT
S C Rogers,
Mrs I J Ci.iieh .
J C in-Crorv.
W H Minchiu, - , r -Ir
J W Huddhioif,
Miss H S Sliort , Mrs S P Hildrclh.
Mrs S E Truitt , . . E A Richard ,
M II Crouch, ' Mrs Marj- M Beale,
Joel Ander?"U. . MLss Marv TCrai.
i - -' MrriLHays. s
flifU'U Emory. . JohnMilW.
Mm Tuna. .- Mra WiIIuji.,.
Jon-iUiauC.irif, . "jj . j
Mrs S Kiuuellv,
(apt O W Bavis, Clark
H llerblin, ' ville.
J H Philbronko. Columbia.
Is Pattee,' J ;
A W Uavu, Fayetu-viUe.
Mrsli Stroud, Morrison. .
t n. my.
A P ParrishjCumberlaud XT A Marshall, Rutherford
Iron Work. - county. t
CLTisou, Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs K Wyatt. -. - . Mrs M A Cilrviu,
A Str-cke"", ' - - Mrs E A Yancey. .A
. I jfayetle Smith. , .
c;e)RGIa. i '
IMCIiunn. . '" JW'Dimn, ;
Mrs A Gordon," ' Mrs C Know 1 ton,
Jolin Iiavuf, Mrs S lAuiiels .
Mrs H Uavib, . J Try-on, . i
' r - -' ALABAMA J S Kelly.
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the low
pi ice ot $60 he turners included.- They Rather and
ou tho baud at the same time, Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, fell, bind. 4c. -They sow
every variety of work, from the LIGHTEST to the
HEAVIEST, and are unquestionably the best Machines
in the market for family use. A Premium was a ward -
d to the HOWE MACHINE at the lalo Slate Fair. .
- CONK BltOS., Agents,
s?pt25-tf , ; 63 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
A Card to Families.
WE have on sale a flue Brett Carriage, second hand;
Oue Phaeton Carriage, new : One suierb Barouche,
second baud; One large t'aiuiiy Carriage, second hand ;
Fine second baud Puiuo, good ni.'ike. All of which
w iU be sold very cheap, to close, bv '
BENJ. F. sinFJJTS k CO..
sept20-tf (A ntral Aueliou Rooms, 27 College St.
DR. J;I H; MCLEAN'S
5triigtn:iiii-g Cordial and ,
The Greatest Remedy in'tthe World, and the
moit delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entitle aud . Vege-
procured bv Ihe
riJistillation ol Room.
V Herbs, and Bark,
Yellow lioek, Klootl
Root, Black Root,
Cherry; Bark;' unt
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
Tho en lire active
of each inured M-nt
is thorougiilr ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling.
T ..L!T liimiucillg u ueji-
CI0rC iah.UiSK.ioua, exhilerating
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy frr renovating
tlie diseased syu-in, ami restoriu the si k. snff. riug
auu ueoiuiaieu invaiiit io Heailn and Strength.
M e 1 i e ;uV . S t r e 1 1 s I U e 1 1 ii g
- . WILL LTFECTUAIXY CURK
Liver Complaint, Dyapepsla Jauf
'JnZi XI i ;'v diee, ; ;
Chronic or Nervous IVrbiiity, Diseases of tli. Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver "or
Stomach, l)j-spesia. Heartburn, Iuv.ard Piles, Acidity
or sickness of tho Stomach, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Hull Pain or swimmiug in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in Uie Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or sull'ocatini: feeling when lying
down. Dryness or Yellowness of the Sklu aud Eyes,
Xighi Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain lu the small of" the
Back, Cheat or Side, sudden Hush of Heat, Depression
ot spirits, Frightful Dreums, Languor, Desudency ,or
any Nervous Disease. Sores or Blotches on tbeskiu,and
Fever and Agio (or Chills and Fever.) "
Over a Milliou of Bottles
Have been sol J during tfte lat six months, and in no
instance has it failed iu giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will suUer from Weakness or Debility when .Wc
ean' iStrengthmiiig Omtial will cure you
No language can convey an adequate iilea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in tho diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous syetem, whether broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed and unstrung organization is restored to its
prest ine healt h ud v igor .
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will nud .Mcu.an s Mrcnglneuing Oirdial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and all who mar nave in
jured ihemselvet. by improper iuduhceuce, will lind in
tne corawi a certain and speedy reiu-tyv
w - -'-. TO THE LADIES,'
.llcl.can's fiitrenslienins Cordial
- . y - Is a sovereign and speedy cure for , . ; '
. Incipient Consumption Wliltca,
Obstructed or IWIlcult Menstruatiua, Uieoutinen. e f
i rme or in voluntary nuicnarge thereol, Falling of the
Womb, Uiduiness, Fainting aud all Diseases incident to
Tlteie Is uo Mistake About It.
. suiter no longer; Taku it according to directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
tne Diooui or neaitu io mount your cheek agam. Every
uoiue w warrauteu to give satisiaciion..
i -OJt C1ULUUE5.
If your children' are sickly."" puny or affiicted, Mc-
ian voruiai win make mem healthy, rat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and you will be convinced.
It ls Delicious to Take.
.CJAUTIOX. Beware'of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to paim upon you some Bitter,- or Sarsaariila
trasn, w nicn iney can buy cueap, bv saying is just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's flreuglh-
euing ixiruiai, ana take noming eie. it is the ouly
remedy that will purify the Blood thoroughly, and at
me eauie ume sireugiiien- tne system. - .
Oco tablespoont'ul taken every morning fasting, is a
certain preventive ior uioiera, cuius ana Fevor, 1 el
low cever, or any prevalent aisease. - U u put up in
large ooiues. , ,.
Price only fl per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5
, j ....... . . . . . J. H. M CLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this" Cordial. ' Also, Melon's Yol
rank: Oil Linimeut. .
-.Principal Depot oalhocormi ot Third and riuests.,
St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by V. W. BERRY k DEM IVH J J?, Nashville,
iiu wi j eMei:uioie in uggisis everywnere
- maylO-Oinsawly ..-,
ARMSTRONG & CO.
-i '- No. 69 Market Str
Nasli ilIej' Tennessee.
TE have now on haad full aud complete aa
v. MAWUA-.I., 1 t 1 C M T 1 kl , IU..
which we oiler at the ery lowest prices: ;
ircular Saw MUls, double and sir els '; f
' Male's Cider- Hill and Corn heller;
Sinclair's Straw Cuuari; --
.J C i I 50 viVlteat Drills; j r ,
. ! T-ui-- itiller's Steel Plows;:
ii;r,i LTu-:: vte---- Piold . Boilers, 4te
sepl4-U' ' ' ARMSTR0N ' CO.
.:- .- r Feed for Stock'- .
rpilE Feed redueed to $2 50 per barrel by i i-
J. . x . HENJ. F SHIELDS A; CO. "
juiyaT.iseo-Jtf: ' .i 't
' FreIi Peachese t
W ri DOZEN Caii Fresh Peaches.jutit received and
t) tor sale by ' '
aprll-tfV ."."'v: MfZELL, HOOI'FR k CO.
ri i:-. i ( l,
Cor it t X'A Corn !
O Ci f f Bwhet mlx?d Cera-j - -, .
- - - luj-t reeeived bv.'; A. JEXKIXS. V
opt 10-tf -'- -' - ' - No. 14 Market street '
DO YOO INSUIIEI'A
'- - . -
, if not liisure at oaro."
IXSUEJIXCE ICOTSH ! 1 "
25 College Street
xVas - viltfe. Tennessee
7 T-t .
. $100,000 DFJUSTTED WITH COMPTROLLFJt. -- -i
.a $5o0,00aCAiUl CAPITAL IiEPUESKXTEP -
1 - X S
WE will pay the hij pst marlet hrteofor feathers,
-rseewax.Geiwsaj, lrkd Xart etc.', la.
- ur Cash or Grocer iai t
rXTGH McCRE-V. k CO.
m i r tn r
U d n J 1
J ::- t- 'i f AS 0 WHOLESALE WAU'ES IX
F ORE I G N A ND DOM ESTICLIQU0RS.
- Cigars. vVoliuecu, -
Old Bcuibon, OldTlve. Konongaaela, I nth. lard Fcoth Wau-ky, Carcae, French. She try. Pe-5
and AppU Brandies; Port, Kader a. Kalaga, Cnaraarne and Catawba WLuca;
Scotch and Holland Om, and ail other nagradeiot Liqnois that can bs
-ii- . :j. ; found ia the Westera. cooatry..-. v. . ...
HORSES, STUCK, PROITCE. ic, TAKEN IX t XCHAXtJE J OR .'.NY 4" OI T- fcfOrS.-or w e wUl-xcbaBge 2r
H'iM or Improvi-d I-in.U. at Cosh lYki-s. where the titles are perftct. ; O ;r term will be to apli Lac hl-j
ol a piece ol land a bill of LutH s. Cigars, Tobacro. it:j or fciich au assvtmA.i i-s lie may eie t. at t ur !j
Csh Prto-4, and kike our pay in one-third rash, and two thirds in Ijdh. - - ' ',
Parties escham.'iiig Lands for l.Kji;or?. Ac. . ran have the l4al aumiiit of the biH all at one t:me , or thy b
close the trade with uo, and order the good in large or small quantiuc. and i.y ray tlie one-tbird cath far -iit-.-ct
ou en-h ordiT up u January . Is61. or we will stU al low figures tor a small iroHriH.n, Cash, and g: ka
credit ou the Iwiatu-r. We "runiitee our stock lo be as Bond as can be louud in the Western country.
, C. 11. TYL Kit At O.,
s. ptl0-ly - ' " ' NO. 1 M.VKKKT STKEET.ST. LOUIS. MISSOURI.
TIIE UAR.E HOUSE,
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
IV o. 43, Union Mrerl,
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and m-ht, and
has extensive arrangements lor regular supply ol
tiiuue of every description. Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wiues. and every other article of luiury which can
possibly lie obtained in Nashville. The house is pro
vided a ilh the best of Cooks, and the best apparatus
for cooking. Eating Hall lilted up hi handsome, com
fortables! vie. scpij-tf
"31 K'l ROPOUTAJS"
cums asm t.vD cusiit nuns,
.ashv!JIy , - - - . Tennessee.
3. 3kl01VK; Proprietor:
I HAVE mode estensire arrangements for the receir
ngof all the deiecacies of the coming season, of
lish, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
most celebrated beds. Pickels and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross Black well and
Lea Perrin, with a large and weU selected slock ot
Excellent COOKS aud attentive Waiters, the w hole
under the superintendence of that well know n Epaure.
Mr. CHARUSPICLES. .
On and after the 15th oT September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIG ITT.
Railway travelers will Bud this arrangement to their
- REMEMBER IHE METSOPOLTAX. -
sep3-tf - 1
UN ION RESTAUR ANT
I t i st., opposite State Bank,
rKE pleasure in Informing Uie pc.hhc that they
X have recently lilted up a Cue - - - - -
Katiug aud D. i ikiii; , Salooa,
asaio-e. They will keep constantly on hand a good
supply of GAME, OYSTERS, FLSH, ic, c. They so
licit a thrae of patronage. Good cooks and attentive
waiters. X- .- . ' tS-U"
iiTk. FOWLER & CO.,
Xo. J53 Clierry street, -
HAVING alwuys ou hnd a tiue variety uf Souf,
Fresh FLsh.l'i.rter Aoe Ltaeks, M;aUof ail kind
and variety. Also, every variety of vegetables on laud
ready abd served lo order in the LhvI of style, would
repecli'ully invite lie? attention of their u-x a.t-i and
the pulilic to give thein a calL
-- " J. K. FoWLKR it i0.
So. 63 Cherry St.. one door from Adam's txjH-eM Of
fice, in Colon.tde Building?. juuc&i-tf
SIes for Fall jow Utady, "
WE this day iutroduce our Fan Stylu ofJSiik HaU,
which, for beauty of finish and elegancy ot style,
cannot be suriasfced. tnllemen of taste will call and
select oue at the fashionable Hat Emporium of
se.tl-tf No 33 Public Kjuare.
Tlie Japanese Hat.
A NEW style of soft Hat, got up very dne and ligh
at the Hat Emporium of "
septl-tf , No. 23 llUdic Square
t -: French Soft Hat.
OCR stock of French Soil Hals is now complete, em
bracing all of the latest st vies, which we invite
thcattcntiouof all. A. J. FRANCISCO.
Hatter ami Furrier, Xo. 1T3 Public Sqnare. Nashville,
sopl-tf . .
r .Tlie French Ottar Hat.
JCST reived a new lot, direct importation of those
popular Hats, so much admired, consisting of the
Black and Drab color, whicn, for fineness of fabric, can
not be surpassed, at the fashionable Hat Emporium ot
se.rtl-tf Xo. 23 Public Square. :
The French Pocket Hat.
F entirclv" uew design jnst received this day
by fcxprcss. - - a. j. r KA.ci3UO,
No. 23 Public Square.
uaucational Xotlcc. .
MONDAY, SE1T. SRD, MRS, IK WIN wiU open a
School for Girls in tlie Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church, Edgefield.- Arrangements have been made
Ui give a full and thorough Academic and Collegiate
Education. .... .
The i July employed to teach Music cannot fail to give
entire satisfaction. '.--..
Mon. P. F. SANTEL, a native of France, and gradu
ate of the Royal College of Algiers, will teach French,
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. Hon. Bantei pre
sents the best testimonials from many distinguished
persons. - -
Mr. R. J. Meigs says of Moo. San I el: "He baa been
teaching my son some time, and this practical trial of
him convinces me that he deserves to be trusted ta
pliciUg as a Teacher of French." .
The regular Rales per Session of five months are $1S,
$30 and $25.
"Music on the Piano ....i.$25 00
Latin and Greek........ 10 00
: Modern Languages.... .' 20 00
Crochet and Needle-work 6 00
jKf Pupils will be charged from the time of entering
to the end of the Session. The bills will be payable at
the middle of the Sesfcion. r v . ' v aug28-tf
. . r .j . . .. . . : . r ,
HABITS OF faOOD SOCIETF.
-. . - . , . - -.
A . Hand . Book for L es and Gentlemen
. This is not, aa might be inferred, a collection oi set
forms, ce-emonies, points of etiquette, and couven
iionalisms. Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, witlial, a deep blinker, a sag
reosoner, and a correct moralist. It will become a
standard workou Habit and Manners, and will Oud
l wjy into erery library. For sale by
1 1) 5 i''Xi- 3oa YORK
, " "'" No. SS Union stiee
Oae of the moit Popular aud Benevolrnt
-. Mcdleul ,trlsiicns:r'
a'.. i .fS P J i., j. f J '.
. NASIIVILLC,j TENNESSEE.
Till: oetor himself la aa ld JPractiboner, foat
llM old aud this country. beincalreadv 1 j rn
io America, baring manfully and honorably rar-
mouuusu i lira uiais at uie new world, and bat
tled and cooquored death of ihe whole ranee ot aim
eases of our dld'erent climates, Mourn and a'orth to
l law the fvae of bis success la the ir. a'-uieol of gen
eral sod private dieeaeea is indisputable, for which
Speeial alkcUoa paid to dimsea a l" .'.a
Children, ana much .gratification he leels, in renr.l
al, by being cutrmued wdh desperate cases, lor to
us lacou veraaal witlilne Ameri
can. French and Germaa lanenaaM .i--..-
ready to lender his adrioe and services with' -ihi.
boss , cB8uieolMuoeti an 4 diseretioa . .
.persons at a disuacq may have- his adrire and
bbwucibot ey couaoiiiug bim ihruegb letter, iBrloa-
" - . w.-wuw VJJk .U. o.. '
H is Family RusiOeoce la oa Norlii Market street.
B-xtra Fine Corn 3Ical.
AN additional supply fust received per Glenwood
Also, attv barrels of-the h. ail-
ia the market, - BEXJ. K. wni3JS a CO. .
june;V4f ' . - ' College slree.
.k Chancer)' sale.
Major H'orta titrm fur a " --
PIUSCAXT to a decree irf the Cbaneerv Court . a i
Nashville, m the o.e f aralt 1. Work rt. '.'
Py bus and uthers, 1 w ill proceed lo sell m Ute pnvw.
tm- TVm, 01k Grf.er, 6U, the Farm ef llavre-.
tvm? on tl.e northern bank of the river eCumbel lakd . .
S tulles from the city , and known as the home-place
Major Work aud Umlu by him of Wni. Pybu.
1 ekvs. Sale fr.-e i'rom re.lempt ion . and" ou ci edit
6, 12, 14 aud "4 lui'Bili--, w iiimtt jiueieM puirtu.-er
to give notes w ith ap.roe.l w-coray and li.-u lo be re
ued- J- E. .1A A F.. C. A M.
Madam Real Estate fur Stir.
PlTl'AXT to a' decree of the Chancery C.Hirt at
Xasliville. in tlie case ot Wm H cslaiu, adu'r., Ac .
n. Catharine H-isUm aud otlterr. I u ill pr.x-.ed l4e" (
ni tke ymnisrt. tm H'cdaextojr, thf lota f UrUrr, 1st,
all the Real Estate of vim h . Ihe. late aiuuurl fi -'!
dH-d possessed ; ihe same nA-isliiu; of the M1U Lot, X
11 i U'arren street, 7 lxxs ua U lie ville reet, 1
lt on J. Hereon street ol tto,' feet, 1 l.t COO Ceet
Jelfersou street, in Mi-Gavock's Additvm, 1 I m
Balsh & Whiteside's aJdillon. No. 90. 7 Ac Afui rtl( t
mid to be remutmt bf ptuxkater.
Tucas. l.aUd S year cred it w ilh inlcrrtt ; oo4
personal security required and Ih-o ri-tiined.
sepl-tds J. F GIAVt,C. A M.
iMnirl i'umug thrmtfvr Sale.
PI RSCANT lo a decree of the CliatHwy Cwurt at
Nashville, iu tl.e cascof H. T. Wiikuixat, Ext., tc.,
of Daniel Young, dee'd. n. Ellen Yutuit; ana U. bthtf
heirs ani creditors t aid Imniei Vc-.u. , I a Ul proceed
to sell ( the preuiL--s, -itlay, tt,iUxr lJXh, lion.
that hue Fa:iuoi the Lite Ikiniet Yuuug, situaWA
lalleP troni this city, on U tile's Cmi . cubtaliOfi 4
acres, and with ev ellut improvements or every lad
upon it.- v- - - .'.!.
fijoci. i Ve.iii of s. 11 and 4 mouths, with letnr
est. Notes w ilh K t security required Uid pmya&M Sa
Bank, and li n rei.i.aj.
baud -bill- .1. E. GlE.lVES. C a .
Spt-ldS - ..,....'
FJl'tlrSTAXT lo a decree f the Chsui-ery.Couj t av
Nashville, in the cose of Ktrrow aud LmUc,
Admr's. , of the tale Dr. John Shelby , dee'd. , u. Mia
G. Sh."lby aud others, I will sell m public at U.a
'url liouse. in Nashville, ua .vilfnuy, OctAjer iutk.
IsoO, 29 Slaves bciinfc to the estate ol lie Stifcy
ItJtaa. 6 and 12 ne-cihs credit . Ua iAteresi.
purchasers to give their notes with tw approved it-cu
ritk-s and payable in Uat.is. ?jle abSululr and wiUia.il.
restriction. ' - - - - - a
Al the tamilv resi Jena, iu I Ji;. fi -kl. a riajy rr
19A Ort.er, ls6o.l w in sell ad the Ktirailore ana wU.tr
unsold ptTSonal pr..pertr , of every !t-scr:pt'on. to uve
highest bidders. J-it luenthe' credit with lntrt.
n.)tes to be luyahli- in EiUfc and lo be well secured ea
cept when the jnir. Lajjer amounts f le- tban t'.u. lr
whicb tisp lit. oiU will be required.
S.-pt4-tds J. F. OIX WES C. 4 M.
3 Srgrurt uf Ihe Mark 1'uJttj rjt-lt- for ,a V
PTRSCAVT to a dicree of Ihe Chancery Crl at
Nashville, in the case uf Jauw-s 11 nd Jiab Ywirg,
A'trar's of Mark Young, dee'd. , r. lUtz .beth Youc - "
others. I willsell at the Court house, in Nahvie, n
attinlay, OcUir 20rA,lS60, the foloilig &Tea to
wn : Susan, Fanny and Edward.
Techs. 6 months' credit w ithout interest, notes pay -able
In Bank, and with good personal -"Cnritv required
sepl4-tds J. F- GIEAYE5,"C. , M
An aperient and stomachic preparation ef
ISMS purified of Oxygen and Cirbon bj eoa.
bastion in Hydrogen, of high medical auiior
it and extraordinary efficacy in each of the
fallowing cemplainis, viz. : .
DEBILITY, NERVOUS ATFECTI0K3. 2XA
CIATIOir, DYSPEPSIA, DlAERHEA. C0KST 1-
p1ti0jt. .vtrofula, salt khevm. pcstt,
Jaundice, lives complad is he?sa.
tism, meectjrial c0nseq1te5czs. ixt23.
XLTTTEXT PEVESS, KEUXALOIA. CHHaxic
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAZTTES3. MI5
MEXSTEUA'HON. WHITES, CHL03JSIS. -.,
PIMPLES OH THE FACE, BOUttHSESS OF
THZ SKIN, eti.
The TROTS being absorbed by the blood, a .-.A
thus eirmlatiag through the whole rysieni. ne
part of the body can escape their truly woaeer.
The experience ef thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment fe
eomnared with it. Impurities of the blo4. i.-"-pressioit
of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity ia al
most every conceivable case. Ia "U ease r
female debility (fluor albus, chlorosts. ete.l, its
effects are deUghtfnlly renovating. Sl3 remeuy
has ever been discovered, in the whole history
of msdicine, which exertt such prompt. bappTt
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition cf streagtb,
witt an unusual disposition for active aui
cheerful exercise, immediately follow it w.
As a grand stomachic and general restorativ
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pnt sip In lira flat metal baxra ecwitlr v
SO pllU. jirtee SO erals per t t klx
m oo; ue Uocen baxes. 4 OO. Vtir aak- l.y
Ontssrtsta a:enr-raUy. Will be at-Mt frr f
mny dlrra o receipt ef the rlt-r. All 1
tstr. urdrn, elc, alMmld be acltrrat to
r : R. B. LOCKE & CO.,
339 UKOAUVVAV, ! B-
!C. B. Ttf above la
latM 1 en rtu h box. "
III ill) If I 111
A.W. H'CALL. "J r-" '- ' --' ft. W. FALL
A. B. . JdONTGOUEIIY, SrvUl I'artner
M'CALL .'& FALL,
Wholesale and lie tall
' DEALEK IN
i , 1 e t T- i. sT i n u
, . - : - : . . 11- IVUlf,
Plows, Hakes, Cultivators,
. , KIRMAN& ELLIS' OLD STAND
i;CJ:0 34, Public Square,
HA VIVO added to oar already larf stock T HXttf
Wai'.F. andCCfLEHY. a fine aAarUUabt ui FUUT
HE TAIL .OOD i,
FLNBTAELE AND FoCKET KS1V3.
-1 a.u tf Jar
. BUILOIN'G HARDWAKf.
FA RM ERS,: CA RP ELNT LBS. r ;
V , COOrERi, S.MIT1JS. ad
MACHINISTS' Tool, Implenvui-, 4c.
We resraclfullT ao a-It a rail from ecr frkuiA. Jor
as-r palruSA ' :U'l'ui .-" and ta-" puUk .t
' j rj; Kirswa Ellis' uui Stand.
3 rrxsLic aQviss,