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JOHN E. HA1CHEB, Associate Editor .
OfBc No. 16 Deaderlefc Street.
. , ' - . For President,
JEJLf ifOXiWJL - J2j v. S Jj Jl X,
FOR THE SlvTE AT LaRoE.
W. G, TAVWR, f Carter. .
FOR TUE DtrnUCTS.
1. J. W. DEADERICK. of Washington.
: z. v. r. l tJjrit, ot Knox.
.p 3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of ilcMinru
4. S. S. STANTON, of Smith.
- 5. E.LGOLLADAY. or Wilson
6. WM F. KERCHEYAL. of Lincoln.
7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Gil..
8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Xiontjrr.rn.-rv
9. ALVIN HAWKINS, cf Or. .11.
W. D.B. NABORS. o! Shelby.
Central Exctuiive t ommlitee.
Lowis II. Ewlvg, Neill S. LR'.WX. Allen
A. Hall, P. W. Maxet. John Lei ltett.
JOHX U. AIXEXDER. HORACE IL I1aKI;LSON
THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 4. IsCO:
IVbat iriAl Mr. BNthanan IJ
It is now certain that should Lim oux lie
pccefsfal in the pending race for the Tr-si-
uencj, anu enould the disunion;: cany the
eotton Sutes by a large majoriiy at the bal
lot-box, there will be an effort m.-.de to di.-
rapt the govemmenf, a part of which fl".it
will be resistance to LU inangaration as Chi. f
Uautate of the United States. The Sonth-
ern uonrcouon is lo meet at Atlanta, Ga ,
on the first Monday alter the election to re
ceire the return?, and to devise the mot-t fu: t-
able means to effcctnata the plan of st-c ssi..n
and duonion. Upou the happening of the
two contingencies named tbe success of L.ix
com and a large majority vote for Ekkckix-
nae in the cotton States we will have stir-
Ting times between this and the 4th of next
March.' All the principal steps to carry out
t plan of resistance and to make it success
ful, will be taken before the day set apart lor
the inangaration. All this will have to'be
done during Mr. Eccbaxax'u term of office.
And the question very naturally arises, shat
will he do? Will he stand by silently acd let
tie preparations' lor dissolution aii revolu
tion go on? So soon as the aaovt mcnt is
mide in the South towards ojjanlzed resist
ance, we may expect the North to enter upon
a counter movement, probably on the founda
tion already laid fcj the Wide-A wakes. While
toe latter could reach the Federal city with
out difficulty the marches of the Southern
army wouhl be attended with emlrarrassmtnt,
because thry would not meet with sympathy
or encouragement in going through North
Carolina, Tennessee or Virginia. Eut what
ever may be tbe comparative facilities of the
two, the same grave and porteuUu question
till stands ott, what will Mr. Bi'ciiaxan" do?
It may be that tbe cotton States will not
deem it indispeusible to go to Washington ;
but content themselves by declaring, by
Conventions or through their Legislatures
the Union at an end withdraw their d -legations
from the Federal Congress, acd refuse
to have any part or lot in the further admin-,
is t ration. They would thus give up the UnJ
eral Capital, with all its archives aud jubiie.
property to the enemy, and lose all. ;iie vant
age ground of appearing to stsad on Ut-un.
rlandol fighting wit'iin ia.- U.:i.,u. sl.i
they may consider it p;uiUrftt to do ell this
rather than encountei; t'ae hazard of a m a ch
to Washington. It they pursue this coiir?
they will proceed, of course, to assemble a
Southern Congress at some other point, and
Initiate measures to set in motion ihe ma
chinery of a new government. In either
event tbe question still recurs, w hat will Mr.
BccHAXAN" do? Can anybody uuswtr the
question for him ? If the fanatical madness
of the sections shall continue,, and the grt a?
cause of the Union shall be, swalioeu up ia
this wicked and eeoeseles strife, the question
will have to be answered. It will be one of
the most serious import ever present d to a
President of the Uuion, in its relations both
to himself ud his country. Mr. t;uAXAX
bad aa well now begin to conUaoplate it in
all its awful magnitude, that noway le ready
to act whea the bonr for aciidn siiail arrive.
We still have tbe hope that the sound sobn
thought of the masses of the p-pie every
where will rise np to prevent the happening
of either of the contisgaacies above suggest
ed ; but if the people should fail to come to
tbe rescue of the country in the omnipotent
instrumentality of the ballot box, then' all
most look events squarely in the face, as they
Tbe Montgomery (Ala.) AJktriKer inti
mates - tbat the Brecktxbutce who made
ppeeches at West Liberty and Owingsville,
Ky., last week, is not the candidate for the
Presidency, but another BaEfKixniixiK. The
Advertiser can't shield its candidate by such
means. The speaker at both places was John
C. Breckinridge, a "wandering orator" and
candidate for th? highest office in tbe world.
He la the same Joox C. Ereckixkidue that
spoke aa follows in 1S52. in Congress:
"I have shown that there i.s no colorable
pretext for calling him mum candidate, in
truth, be baa not avowed himself a caudidate
at alL The Democracy of Kentucky have
pnt forward his name in respectful terms, and
with it a certain platform, thai N all. What
would the gentleman have? What would
others have? . Would Uiey have lam ro-nn over
the country, clamoring for support, and spreading
his sails lo every breeze of popular excitement ?
Would they have him WITH INDECENT
ANXIETY issuing proclamations like bulle
tins on a campaign, and make a new charac
ter every fortnight to suit the shiiting temper
of tbe limes? Would tbey have him do ihe--e
things? Gen. Buller has remained with quiet i
dignity at his home in Kentucky; he has not miii
gted in this Presidential sirile. To my mind
Mir, it is noble spectacle. IT IS THE HOM
AGE HE PAYS TO THE" GOOD SENSE
AND CAPACITY OF HIS COUNTRYMEN.
Tiis course carries the mind back to the earli
er and purer days ot this Republic, and re
calls the memory of those really great men
who neither sought nor declined the Presiden
cy. Ie avidity with which high offices are suugld
now-a days 1 regard as the worst, the very worst
symptom of the times. From it, as from a copi
ous fountain, Jlow CORRUPTION. EXTRAV
AGANCE, PROFLIGACY, NATIONAL
DISGRACE. Tbe admonitions of history
upon this point are full of instruction.
Choose where you will, sir, the moral is always tlte
same. We .learn that the Pisetorian band;
used to set up the Roman empire at auction
and enforce their bargains by ibe sword; b..
sonr timeatha. arts and schemes that bpii u
out ot a corrupt civilization iurni:-h mean
of illegitimate advancement not less attract
ive than arm. It wdl be time for honest ms
to despair of the republic when arpirmls struggle
after the some fiisliton, and Uruggle successfully jor
the htgltest and lowest offices in the land. J liope
that the Chief Magistracy of I fie Uiiiun wdl ever be
desvmaled bn the spontaneous votce of Vie ptoUe.
and that the citizen who is honored by tlie public
choke man deserve tlte place for hts services, his vir
tue and hu modesty: See App, Cougresiou-
al Globe, vol. xxv p. Ml.
A Sad Aoodext. Tbe Hanlsville (A' )
Advocate of Wednesday last, says "Ou A. n
dy last, Jocx L-, a rprighily. child of ( ol.
W. H. MooREj ot this vicinity, about f yesrs
oil, fell into a' cistern, and life was i xtinct
before tb little fellow could bcxtr;ca ed.
Vt deeply sympathise with oar friend ia this
J. hrre ia oue of the uiuet aijreeable neifcLlljoihj J
a the city. Moderate r.-iii iiriiuHM-n
e uavc received., under tl fr V-.r
member of Congress front Illinois, a Kt ibli
cn paper, the SpruiScld Journal, e. air
! ing a notice of a epet eh made at a R. r .i.li-
can meeting lQfcprtDgifcM, by Ex-Go. 'jixBTt
formerly nf flh!o hnl ,-. . i --
XnoxrilleTTenn The Journal i-ay g;
" u'-j'puiui iiis auu. ice
Alitrat-hort introduction be took n Mr
it with that of the great KentucMaii. He
iuuuhw ictm doiu through tbeir exp.-r-sed
.ouu me tidvrrj question, reading o.o
woo ruceuues oi ootn, and showing thar the
eemiRieBM t the -.Prefridential Mmli..--.
ibe E-puUicans, exactly tallied andcc.rt?-
pouaeu wua thoe or Mr. Clay. Am not
".wwy quwuoD, ut on a. the
I ner P'a in-8 b-fore tn ennntry. i.'ere
toe henti meets of the two irlemi.U!l. il.
ame. ihe f nly diCtreace Has in thi: hut
Mr. Lincoln wan in lavor of a liberal II-me-
irHO mv tor tho settlers' uutl pU.u. t i i uv
ne Terriiorirs a qnustion fcicu n..t
before th- j.top:..- in the. davs .f Jl nrv CUv
Summiug up. Got. B.-bb tot.a u tu."-t
q-ient appeal La lawr t t Ur. Liuolu. us "u-
mZ that it would be u sad d v ft.r th-- Ameri
can people should the election be carried into
me uvQse, t fee re to have renewed the srioat
exettement ot 1S2J. Gov. I5.s Fpe.-ch was
most able and hjwuIu1. at every period call
ing down the applause of the house.
The man who speatV as Mr. Htnii U thus
represented, L heart and soul a republican.
He can have no (rmntibv f.r tUj j,u;iiii..
ional uuion cause, no aay -ollwr, which
.vouid pioiect the country from the evih r f
sectionalism. Neither can he have any -yni-
pathy lor the South or her iii-tittit i-.m?.. Hav
ing ca.-t bL b.t in Southern late. and ra-
j yed the lio-pitality of a portion ;f her cit
izenne Ins alitliou and gnititiule.
tiy ai'ting h.-r atwl tneir i iu iu" s. Let Lis
remain m lb:: s'ciii-ii wh. i? U.y u.is o::U
preatb tre:u-.n lo the ron.-iilu(i.n, Tesj:-
aFK does not want j,ny siuh a man for, cit
izen. . .-.
Sonn- o ihe orpiH of I5rrekinMiSe-Va:i
.ji.-.ui arc uaving ituun to nlor,t this
man's support of the repul.lu-i tU kf-t. Thev
denounce hi:n bitterly. X.r. ve v,-.(Jd like
for them to tell the COpJMiov -ninth beil. r
JiKiGiiT an l lviTt and Firon, and other
Iireckisridge-'.caJ.rs in Indiana, ai:il other
Nt.-tfl StaUs, are laaft V.y.i.tt. Ther' are
doir.g wore than uLa&dre-l jnth m:-n as Rrr.i:
f ean ',0- Ut proavA the smecr?s of Lincoln.
Iebb works difMiiy: bot M.vsrs. Ekiuiit, Pet-
Tirr and Ftrtti work iiidautlu, aud more ef
fectively, Bebb is not likely to icnce a
vote in Illinois, or Indiana, wbil-t if Indiana
casts br vote for Lave next Tuesday, or
Lixcolx in Novemls.-r, Eijiuht t Co. will
have done the worfe. Eeui:, then,' as an ene
my ot the South, is h.:i'iu!css iu couip:w-OD
with them. Whii.-t, therefore, deuunckUioi.s
I being hurled against liti.B, they should
not be forgotton. If Dime's head racist fall,
let theirs grace the same charg'-T.
EATThe geiitk-man who propounded the
Norfolk questions to Juu Dcur.is, pledged
himself that they shouid h i put to Mr. Eukck-
ixri;n;e, and, answered with ths same Iran k
m ss and fulness that thy were by Mr. Don.;-
j.ui the pledg-: has never tceu re
deemed. Mr. Bkeck!nkhm;k can i'.o a great
many things, but he Cannot, tell his country
men that the people have the light to el. ct
whomsoever they j.:ase lor their Clib.f Mag
istrate, and thats-jth an act would not, ot it
s lf. 1? a jo-1 caBT-e. uridyl- the Consiiluiion,
for dissolving, the Utijon. He cannot do that.
Now, we shald like t kuow if there is a
real live, genuine, thorough-going iriend of
the Uuioa within all its ample and glorious
lordet3wjQO cau nndoubtingly yive bis sup
port to Mr. Bkeckixil:ii:e, -ud wilb an un
cinnded faith that he w ill d fend and protect
the Union in any emergeiiey that may arise?
The Charleston - Mtrcury. "f a i ec-,-lit date,
we Irani liom tlu Montgtimery l-si. sas:
-Mr. D-.ui:bv, upon th- b ick of this ins.
-lti its-eniod ,t iiK cant pi-i'!y m.ike.
sp. ecu ia South Carolina. Ui.- vcioc will
not be toItraVc'l iu this Stati even thiu"b
it L a '-lree. country." Ii is ui.-.re than the
; w ialeMHiie conditiou of bis ski:i is worth
He would.liti kicked from uny stump in the
State. Tbe cry of thame, troiu everv uuariei
of the South, saould rise up against Virginia,
tbat she lias not only pel milled her soil to
Ins desecrated by the bullying threats ol vio
leSCe against her Southern sister Slates, but
tH?u have been found there f'.juud iu masses
to hoot on ibis Wect.-rn black-maid with
their cowai'lly shouts -f applaus.-. Shame!
siiaiu I upon jkiot old Virginia. Who couid
uave tbvugbl she Would have colne to toisl"
The cau.-e of this outburst of vindictive
ness, ia the reply of Mr. Doi:ui.as to the Nor
folk y-iestions. Are we not euter.-d upon
evil tim-s when a dislinguish.-d statesman is
thusj threatened for rebuking rebellion and
treason, for secession, iu the contingency
of Liucolu's election, would be nothing else
but relteliion and" treason? Do the Breckinridge-Yancey
di?un:onisls think, by such
ni'jans, to repress the love f the Union aud
the Constitution, and the respect for the hts,
which animate the hearts of the iux-s-s ol the
Southern people, and prevent iht-in from find
ing utteranc.-? If thy do, thry will find
that they "reckon without their bo-t."-
It is time that the country was informed as
to the views of Mr. Bueckinrio:k himself on
the subject which called forth the Mtrcury's
vengeful onslaught npon .Mr.DnrGUS. D-ns
Mr. Breckinridge coincide with Mr. Douglas;
or w ith the Mtmtry? Does b r. gaid the i t -buking
of rebellion and treasou an oll'ence
demanding oslracism? Azl him fp'-ak out.
It is due to the people, whose support be
seeks, that his views should le mad; known
if he does not speak, be will merit con.Vmna-
Wlllins become u ICebcI and a
The following if an extract' from a speech
made by Mr. Yam kv in tbT Southern Con
vention held at Montgomery (Ala.) in 1S.1S
"I say it with all deference to my col-
leaaru?. tbat no more interior issue could be
tendered to the South, upon w hich we should
dissolve the Union, than the loss of ait elec
tion. If in Ihe coutest of lbbO, lor the Pres
idency, Seward should rcjcivo the legal num
ber of votes necessary to eieci nuuaccoruing
to the forms of the Constitution aud the law,
gentlemen say that then will be the tira to
disunion. If that is "made "a cause of dis
union, I say to them 1 will u with tuem.
ut I will let I that 1 am gougJu me waive oi
au interior l-sue; mat tueie was a. muuci
floating over me lhat is not oi the kind 1
would wish. Wlvn I anr asked to raise the
dag of revolution against the constitution. I
..m asked to do nn unconstitutional mmg.ac-
cording lo the constitution as it now exists.
1 m asked to put myself in the position ot a
rebel, ot a trattur; in a p sition w here, if the
Government enould succ ed aud put me dow n
iu the revolution, I and my friends caa bo ar
raigned before the Supreme Court of the
United States wuich would be tbe creature
of S-ward as be has already given notice iu
the penate and there sentenced to be banged
lor violating the constitution and laws of my
country. And II 1 siiouiu be asked why sen
tence should uot be patSed on me, 1 could not
then, as I can now iu reference to past issues
1 could not sav then, even to the bloodv
j oiges who would sit upon tbe beuch my
..oca areguiltl--ps or wrung against ine con
siitniiou ol my country, and 1 appeal to uii
enlightened posterity, to the judgment of the
world, to vindicate tmy i amtr nun memory,
when, as Emmeit said, my country shall have
taken her place once "more" sin equal among
the nations ot the earth. Why am I ready to
go with you? (for dbuniou-. Because, iu my
judgmem, tb Union is now dissolved ;' be
cause we have a government, but not the
Union which tbe constitution made," Ave. -
We understand tbat the Railroad con
eclioii has been made at Palmyra, and that
!-uty-fbur mile of track arc iu Tunning or
er fromlihia. placer towards 'Memphis,
darkaville Jt-fftrsiniiaiu ., . ...... - . . . -
- - - ,
Another Geumas Paper for BreckTx--
RIDGE- The Richmoud Anzetger has come out
lor Breckinridge. LrteJimnage'raier,
i Well;' go 'on. -The Anzieer, you say: Is
"Another'' one; now w here's the coWone?
A'e alluded oa-AIonday last to the fioJ. fnn
l-clafati..iiH mside in the years 1851 and :52
by patriots of all nartien airainst the ren-wed
agiution of the slavery question in any form,
it has since occurred to u that we omitted
to cite one of tbe manifeptalions put forth to
this t fleet in theIIou.e of Representatives,
when called to vole anon th fi.llnwino- rnl
ioii, introduced into lhat tody on the 22d of
March, 1852, by the Hon; Joseph W. JacK.son,
mimvta, juat we reeogui.-e the bindinir
i incacyot the compromises of Ihe Constitu
tion, and rw-lieve it to b; tbe intention of ln
people generally, as we hereby declare it. to
Seours individually, to abide Fucb compro
isises, and to sustain tbe laws necessarv tn
UPW I. . . . J
ucm uui ine provisions tor the de
livery ot fugitive slaves and the act of tbe
last Congress for that purpose included Ld
mas we deprecate all further agitation f
'tJ""U11" growing outol that provision, of
tee questions embraced in thi r,m
congrt ss known as the eompomi.se, and rf
or vavtry, a uru.tc&wry, vselesa, and dangerous.
lue resolatioa was nn for A
on the follow.ws 5lh of April, and was adopt
ed by the jilov,ing vote:
tiuoraas ii. iiayly, Uocwck, Lowie,
"1l lW-CKinriI. llr, .,!, A llrf CI
lirOWn, Eusbv. R t5:irri nrr.n r-uHill nacv,'
CUrk, Cr,bb, Cuitis, DaiTiel. John G. Davis'
Uawsoa, Dotkery, Ihinhatu, Edmundson. E-
ng, F'aulkner, Kicklio.P'itch. Florence, Free-
orjw; V. Jone-. Kurtz. Ianilrr l.ofph. r
.oeb.:iarr, iviwaru V. .Marshall. Mum Dire v
Alar.-hall, Mariiu. Maou. McCorkle, McDon
ald, McMullin. Mead. Miller. John Moor
Morehead, Murray, Nubors, Outlaw, Samuel
. l urker, Peaslee, I'enn, lhel. Polk, Price,
Richardson, Riddle, Uolbins, IUibinson, Rossi
'joSc,.-i,ut.-iuH-oHini, iscurry.jj.ivia l.. Sey
mour, Origen S. Seymour, Smith. Frederick
J. Stanton. Kichard H. Stanton, Abraham P.
tLiii,.uue, oi. jJiarim, tirother. fctuart.
uiueiiauu, beurge VV. Thompson. Venable,
W alsh, Ward, Watkins, Addison White, Al
exander White, Wilcox, and AVilliams 101.
- Nai3 Me-srs.. Aikeii. Allison. Ashe.
Averett, D. J. Bailey, Earrere, Bartlett,
.reiiiou, jrtforge liiown, Euell, J.-- Cable,
Lewis D. Campbell, Thom:sou Cami.bell
Chapmau. Cliugmau. Conger. Dean. Doty,
Duikee, Eastman, lVurerton. Flovd. Kou-trr
viJtiom. muuuuiiow, ijroourien, Urow, lJar
er. lloliaday, Ilorslord. Thomas AI. Ilnivf
Ives, Jenkins, J no. Johnson, Daniel T. Joins,
Proton King, Kuhns. Mann, McQieen.
If L. . It? mm
-hcii .ni, Jiiuson. .Miner. Alolonv. iSfUtnn
Oix. Peiiniman. Perkiuj.. Powell. Ranrnnl
ckett, SchoolcraR, Scudder, Smart, Eenja-
ai.u oiamou, oiraiion. oweetser, is njamin
Thompson, Tuck, Wallbridge. Wullace,
Washburn, Wells, Woodward, a id Yates 64.
Among the- imibks of .those who voted in
the afliiuiaiive our readers will not fail to
n cogniza that ol Mr. EreckinriJge, one of th-?
uemocraiic candidates lor tbe Presidency at
ue prr.-em time, anu wuo, it we may ludze
torn tbe appeals now made in his favor at the
South, on the grouud of '-quesiions general-
J.l'uuua' w"u rue insuiuuon oi slavery,"
s in some uaoger oi lending bis name to an
agitation"' voted by him, with srreat truth
ind justice in lt"52, "to be unnecessary, use
less, and daugerous' What bis opinions on
this same subject were no later than six
or eight mouths ago may be learned from the
follo-vius; stat.-iue.it. made in bis well known
peevu ueliv.Tcd at b rankfort, Kentucky. On
th? 21st ol Dteeiub. r last:
I do not hesitate to miv that the aim of
very good citizen should be to Lerp tlie tues-
lion if tl'rrery out cf Cunuress. lis agnation
here nas Dei n productive only of evil to us,
,nd that continually. Iu the present coudi.
ion of public affairs I caa see no motive to
thrust the Territorial question on the Con-
vssionul arena that his its oriaui in a ftelir.a
of loyalty Jo the Union. At present the slave-
ly question, or mis aspect ot it, is not before
Congress. No Southern Senator or Repre
sentative proposes legislation upon it. No
complaint of violated rights comes from any
Territory. No evidence is ottered that the
Constitution, the laws, and the courts are not
competent to protect personal right aud pri
vate property. Hence, while I would never
abandon a constitutional rignt, especially af
tr it had been judicially delermiued, I never
would prematurhj raise any question to distract the
couittiy, when no voice uemands it, North,
South, Eist. or West.'-
Our readers will, of course, understand
lhat we do not reproduce these passages li om
Mr. B:eckinridge's political history iu order
to convict him or tbe organization he repre
sents ol' 'inconsistency.'' t.ut simply to show
ihe grounds on which the Constitutional
Union pai ty may tie-pardoned for its caution
aud hesitation in a matter admitted by its
Democratic adversaries to be so grave, be
cause iuvolviug an agitation pronounced in
advance la tu "unnecessary, useless, aud
frf The Montgomery AJcutixr flatly de.
uies tbat Joiiv C. Ekki.kimudge made a
speech at O wiugville, Ky., the other day, but
contends that it was another Breckixridge
It is probably convinced of its error before
this. The candidate of the disanionists lor
the Presidency, as every body now knows
did make a speech ut that place, last week:
and that it did him no manner of good. No
doubt be now wishes he hadn't done so, but
what has been cannot be well nndone. The
only way to get out of it. though a shocking
ly bad way, is to deny it altogether.
;ood Neiva from tbe Country Our
Canute In Missouri.
The presence in tbe city during the Fair
week, ot visitors from nearly every portion
or .Missouri, Mas attorned, us an opportunity
ot gain: ring mucu luionnatioii about tbe al
titude of parties in the State, and the pros
pects of our cau-e. Tho.-c prospects,' we are
rejoier.il to slate, are cheering and encourag
ing in the extreme.
During the long peiiod of unbroken dark
ness in w hich the Stale has Ireen under the
suaunvv u democracy, mere never was a
time when the dawn seemed to be more cer
tainly approaching. The day of our deliver
ance .draws uigu.. lue enemies who have
domineered over us are irretrievably divided.
and fighting eaeh other with a fury that
grows fiercer as iho decisive day ot election
approaches. Converts from both wings of
the sundered Democracy are constantly com
ing; over lo us to increase our numlteis and
Ii strengthen our hands. They have become
convinced of their utter impotency to .make
even their mark in the canvass ; aud satisfied
lhat the coutest is between Lincoln and Sec
tionalism on one side, and Bell aud Patriot
ism on the other, tbey are rallying to the
support of the latter. The cause of the
Union is groaing more popular among the
people every day, and at this day, is in the
ascendent iu Missouri. St. Louis A'ctra. ,
To lite Conservative men or Indiana,
Ohio and FenuD) lvauia.
AVe esteem it our duty to address a few
earnest words to the friends ot "The Union,
the Constitution and the Euforcment ot the
Laws'' in Indiana, Oiiio and Pennsylvania,
iu anticipation of the local elections lo take
place next week in those States. We would
on no account bu guilty of any improper in
terference in the 1 cal affairs of any State,
but we feel ihat the elections to take place
on ihe 9lh of October in the States we have
referred to are matters ot great national mo
ment because certain to have a most power
ful bearing and influence upon the result of
the Presidential election, in this view -we
are not less deeply interested in tbe ration
of those States than their own citiaens.
We are the Irietdsof Bell aud Everett, aud
our first political object is to proMjote their
election. It has leeii proved, we. think, to
the satisfaction of all obsctving men, that
B-ll aud Everett will carry neariy the whole
of tho-Southern States in thi Presidential
election. I'hcte arc but two ur three South
ern States that in ouropiuwi are lik'iy to
go lor auy other candidates If the election
shall devolve on the Houe of Representa
tives, Mr. Bell we are confident, will go there
as one of the two highest ia the electoral col
leges. Moreover,-we arc conflJeut'thiitlhe
House of Representatives, would make bira
President. We readily admit that the, elec
tion of a truly national President by tbe
people would lie preferable to his election by
ihe Housj ot Representatives, yet we believe
that all trua and good men will agree with
us thai the election of a' -national President
would be infinitely better than the election ol
a sectional candidate by the people. This
latter result would most assuredly be a most
deplorable national calamity.
We want you, our Bell and Everett breth
ren in Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania, to
co-operate warmly and actively with us in
preventing tbe election of a sectional Presi
dent. AVe have nothing to nrge against Mr.
Lincoln, 'except that , be.is a thoroughly sec
tional candidate, and We know thai you, our
conservative brethren, will fully agree with
us that this is one ot the greatest ot all con-
iiiau, i comas j, u. Fuller. Gamble Gentry "erere iuwi iranuiij iuai &cc.ionai exas-
Gonnaa, Grey. Hall, Hamilton, Hammond' peration which already threatens our Repub-
ll-xi t. Haws, Haven, Hendricks. Henn, Hib- llc WUD a fearfl,l catastrophe.
uil,.HiIlver. Houston, Howard Ingersoll Our country's greatest and sorest need at
JaclVsoa. Andr. w Johnson. Jaine's Johnson' tLia tin,e is lUat tbe ''P'"1 sectional wril-
cefv'able olycctions. And we need not eay to
men of your intelligence, that, it yoa wi6h
lo defeat Mr. Lincoln, the most certain, if not
ihe only mode of doing it, ia to cast your
Votes and y.sur iufluence, on the 9th of Octo
ber azaiiiFt the candidates' of the party that
sustain- him. We cannot doubt vonr earnest
-desire to -defrjit the Republican party, the
Noriheru nectional party, ip tbe Presidential
fcleciioo. for tbe essence, the very son! of con-
rvniism is opposition to sectionalism; and,
if -vou h'-sii lUtt actional party in yonr State
elections, you will have accomplished the
I r1' ana gionous worn', oi renuerm,? Jttr,
Lincoln's election "an Impossibility. The re
sult of your State eb-ctions will tell power
fully, most powerlully, for our country's
weal or our country's woe. -
It may be in itself a matter of Finall im-
portance who is Governor of this, that, or the
other State, but it id a matter otvast moment:
whether the spirit of sectionalism shall be en
throned in the high places of our governments
We appeal to you as brethren aud neighbors
to give to th"i6 subject the deepest considera
tion and reflection. We pray you to bear iu.
inind that the election of a merely sectional
President, one who has not a shadow of
strength in one of the great divisions of the
Union, would Ikj the inauguration of a new
and very fearful experiment. No such Presi
dent has ever been elected in the United
States, aud it should be the prayer ol every
patriotic heart that none ever may be. We
do not undertake to say that tbe Union might
not survive, at least for a time, the election
of such a President, but sorely every wise
I ?Du prudent man must know that it would
shall be mitigated and assuazed. - Let the
present alarming crisis pass harmlessly by,
auu we may none mat, ere the expiration ot
another tour years, the oi .i harmony be
tweeu the North awl the Suh will be re
established. And it is most especially in
your power, fellow-citiz -ns of Indiana, Ohio,
and I'ennsylvauKi, to contribute much, very
much, nay, ulmo-t everything, to that glori
ous nsult ty your patuotic aud anti-seciioo-
al action in your State elections. You, like
ourselves are devoted to tbe success ol ...r.Bell,
but, by permitting your States to g i lor the
Republican candidates on the;co.id Tuesday
ot tbe present mouth, you w ould inflict such
an amount of injury upou the can' of Mr.
Jj -ll as no subsequent etlorts ot jv -is, how
ever great, would probably suilvce lo repair,
IXtOX STATE CENTRAL COiLUIT TEE.
JNO. M. HARLAN, O. BROWN,
Ii. A. EUCKNKli. H.I.TODD,
HAMILTON POPE, JNO. RODMAN,
E. II. WATSON, C. D. CARR.
STATE EXKCUTIVE COMMITTEE, AT LOUISVILLE.
B. DUNCAN, E. J. ADAMS.
JESSE K. HELL. THOS. U. HUNT,
J. P. CHAMBERS.
How Focl! The Montgom -ry Advuiiaer
lioldly charges Mr. Bell with being an aboli
tionist. e are no defender of John ilell and
bis party, but a more base or wanton charge
never was in vie against any man. than that
John Bell is uiilrnndly lo negro slavery,
Tliiirn w iiial alumni tta mutftb Iriltlft fir lironrb.
ty in chargine abolitionism against any geu-
I tleman of Lowndes or Montgomery co uniy.
ine man wuo charges John Belt wiLUi ottiug
an abolitionist, does it through isrrroranee-er
a malicious desire to lie upon bis fellow-men.
We cnt ine above from the S. lm. Centime,
a democratic paper, whose editor has just re
turned from Nashville, where he had an ia
terview with Mr. Bell, and where he had a
full opportunity of learning Mr. Bell's sensi-
nients. Eut ot course no one believes that
Mr. IMI i.s unfriendly to slavery. Such an
idea is simply ridiculous. Montgomery (Uzr.)
AVe have already informed our readers iitat
the Legislature of Alabama, at its lata ses
sion, passed a law providing for the ti-gani-zation,
equipment and drill of a volsiuteec
army of eight tliousand men, and levyiag a tax
to support it. The tax collectors are now in the
fit Id, and, we learn, are having considerable
trouble iu some portions of (h State, in col
lecting the military tax. The last Iluntsville
Advocate contains the proceedings of a publia
meeting held in Madison county, to consider
the subject. AVe copy them, as follows :
in Hilary Tax Denounced.
At a large and respectable meeting of a
portion of the citizens and lax payers held
this day, at Hay's Si-ore, in Madison county,
Ala., upou motion. D. H. Petty was called
upou to act as Chairman, and M. Miller, as
Secretary. The meeting being organized,
the chairman announced bal it was ready for
business. Major Thomas McCrary came lor
ward. explained the object of the meetings,
and stated that it was to look into the acte
of the last Legislature iu regard to tbe MiVis
tary Law passed by that body taxing tS
people of Alabama, unconstitutionally. tvnL
in time of peace to support a Standing Armw
repugnant and dangerous to a free lvojjle.
Upon motion, the Chairman appointed the
following gentlemen as a committee to dsaft
resolutions expressive of the sene of the
meeting : Thos. McCrary, Jno. M. Wright.
AV. AV. Drake, AV. K. Glascock :nd T.I.
Humphrey, who altera consultitio'A, present
ed the following resolutions: "
Resolved, That, we, as freemen,, abhor ihe
Military Law passed by our last Legislature,
aud now,, in this public maun ;r, denounce
the law - as unconstitutional, and subversive
of our liberties as freemen.
KesoTvtd 2d, That we will resist the collec
lion of this Military tax by aJl law ful means,
let it be attempted to be enforced in any
manner or shape.
Resolvid 3d, That we r-jcomtnend (o all
citizens and freemen of the State of Alabama
to do as we have done take a bold and le
gal stand against the enforcement of this Mil
itary Law. , .. .
Resolved 4tfi, Thafwhen our State requires
our property and lives in defence of what we
may consider her honor and t'je safety of her
citizens and their property, we will freely
give both but we ine not willing to surren- i
der up our property, liberty and lives to an
unconstitutional and intolerant act eA our
The Resolutions were put to the; meeting:
and carried unanimously.
Upou motion the proceedings or the meet
ing were ordered lo be published in the.
M. Miller, Sec'ry.
Fruu the Lou'svitle Courier, Oct.
Woodlawn Uacea. '
The day opened delightfully idensant. trie
track in fair condition, but uot, last, owin" to
rain Saturday night and Sunday. Tbeat
tendance lespectalJe, but--not as lurge as
usual. Of the twenty-three nominations, six
came to the post, viz: Tiettle Ward, Light-
""'. oauor, ai-uua, r,i. (jampltelrs ch. c,
by imported Gleucoe. dam Emilv SnwH t.v
"miivi, auu iu a. u. w. -fomison s en. c
oy Lexington, da7U Undine, by Yorkshire. )
Kfrftl varrf 4ha 1 t l - .
1 r a 4 ..T.a
oc uciu. , - . ...I
JT.r.i tt. w t , . . . , . . , j
Ttrsi ilittz E.iirhtnicc crot off in front, with I
Altona second . the iavorite Iviui? fourth. On
c, n tn
the back tdreVh Bettie passed Altoaa, and at
the halt mil e showed in from, n. hind lb
bill she ga'e Lightning the go-by, and came
into the stretch leading by "some thiee
lengths, and won the heat handilv. .Inhnmn's
colt curing thr M-e.ornl iiljt. T.to-btoinip
third., Campbell distanced. Time 1:50.
U'jtUe was now Ine favorite 'at lonir odds.
Wir n few takers. '."Alter the lapse of twenty
tr. mutes, they were summoned for the'
Second Heat Allona ;weutaway with the
lead, Bettie second. Down the back stretch
Bettie. made play, lor tbe lead ; before reach
ing the half mile pole, sue showed in front.
Sailor now went up and passed Allona, but
could not reach Bettie, who came home win
ner of the beat aud race ; Sailor second, Al
toua third. Time lMfJ. - - "
, '. '' ' stsiaAt-r. ' ';
A. K. nVlIanE' b. f. ll'ltio Ward, 3 years old by
Iexingt.n, d.nn by Whatebono i i
J. M.Clay, (Z. Ward's,) b. c. 5-nior, G years old ly
imp. Yorkshire, dam Heraldry, by Herald 4 2
R. A. C. M. JoluiRou'K ch. c, 3 years old liy
Lexingtoo, dam Cudinc by Yorkshirre 2 5
F. G. Murphy's b. f. Altona. U years old by Yin-
cent Nolle, dam Tranby Aniut, by Trauby .. 5 4
J. C Chmn & Co. (IL B Foley ".s) gr. c. lightning, - ,
3 years old by Lexington, dam Clue Bonnet by
. Hjdgford sjjjj
J. Campbell's ch. c, by imp. Gleucoe, dam Emily
Tpced tiy Wagoner.... ..... ilis
; w- Time: 1:50, - . J
Second race, same day, purse $U00, two
miles out; the entries were Laura Farris, Sol
ferino, anil Lucy Fowler. Qn. Saturday night
and Monday morning, j Laura was decidedly
the favorite,-buton he course the friends of
BoswelFs colt made him ret in the betting :
"Lucy went away with tbe lead, and at tlut
qiiart r lead some thirty jards, with Laura
second the half mile is ported in 54 and the
mile in ISO. After passing the stand und en
tering the second mile, Laura went np to Lncy
and passed her before reaching the .half-mile
-pole. ,Solferip-Q. passed Lucy and dashed at
Laura, but the mare wan too fleet, coming
home winner by one-half a length, after a
.. .j, mum jf CO. at tOc.
H C rover &, liaker Sewintr Machine, ow I - '
- h ... . 1
most beantifnl and exciting straggle.in the
TG Jtoore's br in Laara Faris. 4 years old, by Lex-:
iiJKKn, dam by Imported Mitrgra v . ... 1
Jos a Buewell's Ii c s olferlno, 3 years old, by ImpVjri-"
ed Yorkshire, dam St Mary, by Hamlet.". 2
Harper AMcGratfa's bl tr Lucy Fowier. JJ years old,
by Imported Albion, dam by Leviathan. 3
T" ' ' 'I " r 4 - Time 3?15. - - ' ; ' ? : '
TO-DAY S RACE.
r The race to-day will be a fast one, asileer
ialnly has proved a betting one. Joe Stoner
is decidedly the favorite, the pools ranging-
Joe Stoner about $115; Magenta- $70; John
C. Breckinridge $35. Upwards of $10,000
were sold last night by-Worley at the Hotel
de Raine, and Dr. Underwood at the Gait
, v, : second" pat,
Woodlawn Coarse, Tuesday," October 2,
I860. - Purse, $800. Three-mile heats foe all
ages, -i - - - k. a. '- v . w
J. G. Bos well's b. r. Magenta, 3 years old, by
Yorkshire, dam Mariani by Ulencoe ". 11
John Campbell's ch. U. Joe tetoner, 4 years old, by
Wagner, dam by Gtencoe I 2 2
W. . Harper's ch. b. J. C. Breckinridge, 4 years .
old, by Lexington, dam by Gleucoe ....dr.
Time 5:44 , 541 ' J J ,
"Tlie Way Foreigners are to be treated
by the Itreeklurldge Party.
The Albany (Ga.) Patriot, a thorough-going
Breckinridge organ, publishes the subjoined
communication, to which we invite attention.
If the class to which it refers, vote the Breck
inridge ticket they are all right, but if they
do not they are lo be watched as enemies of
the country :
At Home, Aug. 27; 1860.
Mr Editor: It is understood in our heigh
borbood that a number of Jews or forciguers
of your city expect to support the Douglas
tictcet in the approaching election. We con
sider all such us enemies to the South, and
wish them closely watched at the polls, that
the patrouage ot the public may be with
drawn from tbeir support. We are not dis
posed to build up the fortunes of a set ol
wortfdess citizens, whom we caa but consider
our common enemies. Pixey Woods.
Hhat Toombs will lo.
A correspondent of the N. Yi Herald, writ
ting of a conversation with Senator Toombs, a
few days ago, says: " ' " ' . "
We asked, What do yoa intend doing in
case ot Lincoln s election?
Mr. Toombs Resist him.
Rep. AVithout-waiting for an overt act?
air. room os ue have bad overt acts
enougu already; the personal liberty bills are
ieP- Who will commence the revolution?
Mr. Toombs I will, if I have enough to
back me to make treason respeciable.
jrfl EUJ-at k EVERETT Maxaukks.
Tliiiraday Evcuins, Oct. 4. 18 CO,
Tlie performance will commence with liakspeare's
immortal irageuy or
M A C B E T H;
OR, SCOTLAXlrS KIXGS.-
TVhe prrformaiH-c will conclude with the laughable
A DEAD SHOT.
Notice. On and after Homlar. Oct. 1. tlie Curtai u
win rise at jj o clock.
Auction Sale of .Liquors.
OX Friday morning at 10 o'clock , BEX F. SHIELDS
&CU. will sell iu their front Auction Rooms a iartre
assortment of French Braddy, Bourbon, Iiobertson
county aud Cincinnati whisky, Gin. Peach Bra-idy,
Mf.l,.,, . IV,,,., ri. 1L-..... . ...J. .... .,:
ger Ui-audy, Nails, .-oda, sipiceri, Coil R', etc.,
...... in, .... i 1 " n mc, uKwj uruuusi: o,
mc remnant ol a L'uuor t-stablisbmeut. S&le
losilive aud w itbout reserve for cu-sh on delivery
Central Auction Koonis oiositc sk-wauue Hotel.
II. A. PAMISH & CO.,
if rontingr on College and market ats.
Sou tl or Jtroad,
ashv i lie, 'Vciuicsssfi'.
000 bales prime Timothy jiust received and Jr sale
low by MA 1'AllRts-JJ ii CO
100 bales prime Sheaf Oatd, just received and for
sue oy . it A PAKJUSll A; Oi.
4000 bushels Shelled Coro; ' s
1000 " Ear " ' "
Just received and for sale by M A PARitlSII & CO.
SEED RYE. '.
100 bags Xo 1 F.ye, jusl received and fr sale cheap
"y . .MA AlttUSH & CO.
100 brigs Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
41 A rAKKIH & CO
CORX MEAL." '
250 bags line Corn Meal; . ' "
100 Bolted " v ----- -
Jnst reeei ved and for sale by " 51 A PARRISII Jt OJ.
WHJTE AND BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats;
Just received ami for sale by
M A PARRLSH & CO.
200 barrels Xortbern Potato. -s, just received aud 6r
Baa - . Al A PARPJSH & CO.
300 bags Wheat L"ran,juit received and Ur sale by
M A PAKKiSil IA.
Must of the above articles are on consignment, as
Well as many otliera not loeu.ioued in tbe aliove list,
all of which wiU be sold eueap iu order to close con
signments as sjieedily as possible. Those WLstiiuK
(roods in our line would do well to call aud examine our
block before purchasing eLsewbere.
a-t3-tr MA PARRISIIiCO.
A NOVELTr IS THE ART WORLD.
Photograpbj upon Porcelain.
Secured by Letters Patent iu the United
Stales, England, France and Eel
. ; - "gium.
Tlie Amrrican Pliotograpliie Porcelain
No. 781 Broadway, New Yore.
Having secured tlieir novel and ingenious invent ion by
American and KurojM-au patents, are fully preiiared u
f-xreute all orders for "MINA1TKJS LlkEXESSES OF
PER OXS OX CHINA," presentiiiK aU the attractive
and advantageousi features of ordinary pbotograplii!
tu.- brilliancy and finish of a water -color drawing and'
a hitherto uuattaiiied quality irf durubibtv, by being
liwirimu iiiipr-rR-iuinie a iu natural properties of
the articles Uu which they are transferred, j. -
Aa the pateuted process of the Comjiatiyiiables the
reproduction of Pbolograpus, not ouiy ou pLtiu sur
faces, but upon such as are round or of any degree of
irregularity portraits can be reproduced wilu f-iult-Ji-sj
arcarary,and delicacy of delineation, upou Por
ceiaia wares of any di-wr ipiiou and Uiiucuh utod as
articles oi luxury or ui uousenoiu utility, such as
U11NS, VASES, BREAKFAST CUPS. TOI-
r wm a rmiv -rr-, . " U1
.1 . c.:. iv-i
n-.c.., bcu..uS "iium iwrvraius anu lurmsbing an
uuiuue and exauisite stvle of ornm....i,tui.n .J7..
style of ornamentation n nn i.
ui .lomcsiic use, t
lu order to furnish facilities for the gratUkalion of
ibe popular taste, and to luuet Uio wants t thuse pa
trons of the Fine Arts depirous of having: Portraits ou
Porcelain, tbe Company have tiujiflried uuta Europe a
collecliou of superior porcelaiu goods, manulactured lo
their own order, which they sell at cost prices.
A the American Company are owners of the (talent
rigid, and consequently tbe only iierxons authorized U
UMvtlie process, they bavo deUnniued, iu order lo af
ford People iu every aectiua of the Union an opioriu
uity tj ossess Portraits on China, to make the follow
ing proposition to residents in the country, who are
uiuible lo visit personally the Atelier and Galleries iu
New, York: Persons sending a photograph, ambro
typo, or daguerreotype to the oftice of. the Company U
New Yorfc, accompanied by v dollaks, will receive
iu return tw express, free of other charge, a richly or
namented BrMLtuLst Cup aud saucer, with the portrait
translerraa thdreoa; - r -
By i.ausniiiliug a daguerreotype aud res dolluk,
they wiil secure in like manner, a haudsoiue Freucb.
Vase or Toilet Article, with the portrait reproduced by
the pateuted process. . .
, By seuoing a pair of daguerreotypes and nvrKKV
iKttxiRs, the will receivo ia return a pairof rkh
K-vres Vases, with the jiortraiU executed eqiuU to
minaiure iwiuliugs; aud, iu like manner, portraits can
lie reproduced n porcelain wares or Vases of avery
quality of linish, ranging in price frota Tweuty to Olio
Hundred dollars tbe pair.
X. B. lie particular iu writing the address, town
comity and' state distinctly. A!l letters to'be ad
dressed tu 'MANAGER, AMERICAN FH' TOGRAPHIO
lOKCEIUX CO.,' ' 7S1 Broadway, New York.
ocl23m . , ' - - - - '-
' . --. "j m cu ki.ua
For Rent or Lease.
I RAVE a good Brick Dwelling, with four rooms ; '
aud twenty acres of excellent land and plcn feS
ty of good water. J will rent or tease it 1 rotu Jfcjii
one to live years. Situated on the Xoleusvlllo 'i'uru
pdk adjoining the corporation lino. ; '
- ' - GIBSON MEKRITT
aag21-Stawtf .It ,...
40U3I SOOTT.- 7 - UGA-f SCOTT.-' - WIUAUt C. 60OTT.
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
1 I Commission Merchants.
- I r XO. 0 Lf ICl'ST STREET,
St. Louis. ,Ylo.
WE would Invite the attention of our friends Uxiho .
fact that there has never been any change in the
style of our Arm, and that there ia no probability of
be in 4 any -. oct2-8m
Seed Wheat. Seed Wheat.
BAGS Hiitorran?an Wlieat, slectfd express-
t 1 W V ty for the market.
Just rts-oived and lor sale
M. A. PAP.RtSH.
EYE & Jt,AE i
DR. V-VPERWOOD, of Chicago, Illinois, tbe eminent
and skillful Cierator ua the Eye and Ear, whitse
reiMitatsm is so extensively known throughout the
United states.wiU arrive in N'ahville,Teiin ..on Thurs
day, October 2itb, 1800. Dr. I, being a regularly ed
ucated Phvsiciau aud .-urgeon of the old school, and
having had an experience ot 2-5 years in practice, will
perform any operatiou on the Eye and Ear ne-es.sary
lo restore sight to the bluid, bearing to tbe deaf, by
other adequate means to remove any dLseaA-s of those
useful organs within trie reach of science and human
ekill. charge for examination or cousiillatioii.
ocl2-dS i - - - - : - " -
Don't fail to look to your interest by Adver
tising in the
rpilE tirst nnmlier of which will be issued ta S?atur
X day, tbe 13th day of October. Tlie Nashville &
Northwestern Kailrnad pasw-s through this pktce, and
will soou be completed, when a great portion of the
trade of this place will be sure to go to Nashville, if
tbe advantages of the city are placed before the eopk.
Send on your advertisements at once, and tbey wiil
appear in the first number of the paper. Advertisers
need not wait lo make personal agreements, as we in
tend to adhere strictly to tlie published rales
- Address RO.G. ADAM3,
ocll-tf Dresden, Tennessee.
Eiircpeau Medical Institute,
No. 701 Broadway, above 4ih Street,
THE necessity of giving to the pubUc of tlie I'uited
stales, a rational ana not exieiisive treatment in
all Diseases of a chronic, especially of a secret diame
ter, has induced Dr. ivuisou (for several years known
In this city as the iiukI successful practitioner in that
class of auections) to extend bis siyouru iu New Yolk
for another year.
.He may therefore tc consulted at bis convenient lo
uolkiu, "704 BROADWAY," and will continue to keep
on baud bis owu aud lh. Kx-ord's pniaratious,such as
Fior del Ccayali. $i er bottle) against Semmal
lueses and lk-bility ihnu excesses or self-abuse, the
best remedy known in Euni. '
His lreventivu aamst lnlectKm, (1 per bottle.
Kicord's celebrated Pills, against Venereal liseases,
one box suftlcieut to cure any case, i per box.
His Gonorrhoea Remedy enres lhat disagreeable af
fliction in 2 tew days,
U-st French Male siafes iinjiorted by himself at $3
All his tYench and fpanish lU-medies for A Hoot ious
of Ladies will be sent w ith a circular containing se
crets of imjiorlattce, known to a ti w F'reuch Physicians
At bis Institute thero are eight room provided for
the receptiuu of Indies aud Gentlemen, so that the
strictest privacy is observed.
Ho is under the necessity of notifying the public
that be Las uot tbe slightest connection with his old
olllce, at 612 Broadway, and that au imimster is copy
ing verbally his adverlisemeuts.
The Doctor's new place is "04 Broadway, above
Fourth street, aud nearly oposite tbe New York Ho
tel, where be can be consulted iu English, German,
Italian, French or Spanish.
Letters she':M '. addressed to Box 3o76, P. O-, New
York. - - .
r piIF. firm of KIRKPATRICK, NEVIXS k CO., was
JL-this day -dissolved by mutual consent, M.frE.
Kirkpalrick having withdrawn from the concern. The
business will still be continued at the old stand by the
remauiing partners, KEVINS, KEITH & Bl'TIJ-it,
under the style and llrin of NEVIXS, KEITH & CO
Nashville, Oct. 1st, IstiO.
Iu retiring from the Arm of Kirkatrk-k, Kevins &
Co., we return our sincere thanks for the liberal -trouage
bestowed upon the House, aud reconuueud our
successors and former partuers as worthy the continu
ance of tbeir patronage. K. KIKKPATKICK.
oct-lm M KIRKPATRICK.
Tlte iew Yoik Daily Herald
Received daily by - JOHN YORK & CO.
No 38 Lnion Street.
At lul)lic Sale.
OX SATURDAY, the 6th October, at the Court Arik
House door, at 10 o'clock, we will sell to s :.!
the highest bidder, a valuable House and Lot, situated
iu West Nashville, in McXau-y's Addition ou tbe
corner ol aioairy and McGavock Streets. Tho house
is a two story frame, containing 8 or 10 rooms with
all necessary out buildings, cistern, ke. Tlie lot fronts
Ml icel on Alcuavuci. street and runs back 170 feet ou
McNairy street to an Alley. This is a rare chance to
lory a good borne, and a desirable neighborhood.
terms nuuie Known ou aay ol sale, tor Kirticulars
oc!3 4t - - ' - GIISCOCK k XEWSOM.
Ues l'or lUc Million.
HAVE in store, a large and superior stork of Boots,
Shoes and Ga-lors, to which they call the atten
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Vou I lis. Misses and children. We have a larL-e slock
mi oi every variety.
We would cull the attention of Planters to our PRE
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heavy double sole thick Boots. Our stock of Boys
ooouj mm oiiutu ior uoi anu w inter is large aud good.
no uuvetaaen unusual iiains ui eelting ud our ktoek
this tall, and we are satiflied that we wiU five satisfac
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sept25 - Public Squariv
Chancery bales for Saturday,
October 6th, 1860.
Sale to lake place in the Chancery Cimrt Room, at Cart
ktaue, i the onlfr iif the adpertUrtHeutt UJuw, and to
he. otmuwnced at 10 o'clock precisely.
PCRSrAXT to a decree of tbe Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu tbe case ol Young A; Ciu son rt. B.
ljtnler, 1 w(ll Bell at the Court-bouse in Nashville, n
Saturday, October iitk, 1800; a Certilicate for 100 slutres
of Slock, issued by the Hopkins, Mastodon Coal At lrou
Miuuigaud Mauulactujing Company. The said shares
lMing $100 each, and the cert iticale No. 816.
Terms cash. J. E. G LEAVES, C. & M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Barrow and Liudsiey,
Adm'rs. of Dr. Shelby t. J. B, Snowden and other, I
will sell at -the Court-house, in Nashville, on Saturday,
OcUiber 6tk, 1860. 3 LnU on Woodland street, in Edge
Held, SO by 170 each, and known as Xos. 96, 9? end 98,
on the plan.
Terms. 6, 12, IS and 24 months' credit, with inter
est from day ot sale aud without redemption. Xotes
with approved m-curity required and lien retained. -
septA-tds J. E. G LEA YES, C 4 M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Irby Morgan, Adminis
trator, A:c., of Miles W. Atkissou vt. heirs and credi
tors of said Alkisson, 1 w ill sell at tbe Court House in
Nashville, on Saturday, October 6, 1800, the AtkUs-m
lunur aud IU on Wuodland street, in Edgctieul I it 72
Tkkms 6, 12, and IS montlis credit, with interest.
security required auu lieu retained,
septa-tds J. E. G LEA YES, C. k M.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu tbe case of Onirics H. Lesueur ra.
David B. 1 licks and others, I will sell, on ScUuraay, Oc
Uiber 0, I860, at tbe Court House in Nashville, thellicks
house and IU on Woodland street, iu EdgerTetd. The lot
has a front of 161 feet, and ruus back 170 feet lo au
alley, aud is made up of lots Xos. 12, 13 and 14, iu the
plau of division. The improvements are new aud of
TkRxs 6, 12, IS aud 24 mouths credit, with interest,
aud sale without redemption. Tbe purchaser to give
good iiersoual security, and a lien to be retained.
sept5-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C. k M.
PURSUANT lo a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in tbe case of Wra. ti. Swindell vs. Su
san Miller, I will sell, at the Court House in Nashville,
on Saturday, October 6, 1860, too lots on Woodland
street, in Edegfield, GO by 144 leet each, and being lots
No. 5 and 13, ui McRoberts and MuKee plan (Sec book
21, page 38.)
Ttaaa $600 cash on each lot, and for tbe residue of
the purchase money a credit of 6, 12 and 18 months,
without interest. Security required and lien retained.
septa-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C. k M
I)URSUAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in tbe case of G. & Siiumau n. John
O. Flynu, I wills J. I, at tlie Court House iu Nashville.
on Saturday, OcUiber 6, 1860, a negro teaman named
Paltry, and also the unexpired lease of the house and
lot, mentioned iu tbe pleadings. This is understood to
be a lease or the bouse and lot at the intersection of
tbe Gallatin aud the Whites' Creek Turnpikes, in Edge
Held, which is to expire ou the 1st January, 1862.
fl . ...... n.- .1.:.. -..I I.
IU Ills 'l .11 m ruxi uuJ.
scpt&-lds J. 11 CI.EAVES, C. k M.
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PURSUANT to a decree or the Cbaiu-ery Court at
Nashville, iu tho case of C. W. Nance" and J. IL
McDonald a. W. IL CruHlhwait, I will sell, at the Court
House in Nashville, Saturday. October 6. 1860. a lot
on the Aurfreesbvro Turnpike, known as No. 6, iu lr-
wmspiau. front:: leet i we. rear t2, sides aud
127. . . .. .
Terms 8,12 and 18 mouths, without interest. Se
curity required und lieu lelauu-d, aud sale free from
septa-Ids - J. F- GIJSAYES, C. k M.
TJURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
JL Kasiiviiie, iu ine case h Ui i. Woods w. John
lnphllisit-1 m-ill sell aL LliA f-iuirl II. diu in V.alivilL.
on Saturday, Octulvr 6, I860, he Xo. 17, iu the plau of
Tkkms fl months credit, without interest. Securitv
reqirea ana lieu reiameu. - -
septs-tits . J. F- GLEAVES, C. & M.
TJURSUANT to a decree of tlie Chancery Court at
JL Nashville, in tlte case of Andrew Jotinstou vs. Da
vid M. Allen, aud iu accordance with au agreement
entered into by the jiarties iuu-rested, I wiU sell, at
the Court House iu Nashville, ou Saturday, October 6,
1860, iAirui Ai. Allen's sJ"p on Market street, south f
aroaa; iotiieeiuy in. in is properly cau be bought
for less than the cokI of the bouse. Sale absolun, and
a credit of 7, 12, 18 aud 24 mouths, with interest, and
iree lrotu redempiiou ecurity required, and lu-n re
tained. ' ' - - - - - -
S. da-t.ls J. E. CLEAVE-', C. k M. .
PURSUANT to a .U-cree of the Cliancery Court at
Nashville in the case of Hiram Vaughn, Adminis
trator M. Me.Nally , deceased, vs. heirs and creditors
of said M. McNally, 1 will sell, at tlie Court House in
Nashville, en Saturday, OcUiber 6, 1860, Ike house and
lot of the AtcXally estate, ou Cherry street, south of
uroad, winch was assigned to me widow as her dower.
uu being a sale of lAe property, sulijrct to Mrs. Jt.Y al
ly's Itfe right in same. .
lEaMS o and r months credit, with interest: pur-
baser to give note with satisfactory security, and hen
to be relaiued.
scptS-lds . . J- E. CLEAVES, C. k M.
PURSUANT to a decree of tbe Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of John Mallory vt. Juaiah
Mallory and others, I will sell, on Saturday, October 6,
1860, at the Court House in Nashville, the following
valuable property, to wit: The Mallory residence on
South Cherry street, with 105 feet of ground (next to
Mallory street) attached. Tbe remainder of this piece
of -iroperty, 179 feet, divided into lots. One lot of 106
feet trout on Souiu uutiege street. -
Tkkms 1,2 aud 3 yers credit, with interest, lex-
teji as to cash to pay costs and expenses, which will be
collected on house IU.) Purchasers to give notes with
salislacUtf-y security, and lien to be retained.
sept5-tls , J. r oija fc-s, u. tz JL ;
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu the case of Wm. Fox aud wife r.
Frank and Kik-y Rowtou, I will sell, at lira Court House
ia Nashville, on Saturday, OcUiber 6, I860, a house and
tut on Lebanon Turnpike, iu South Nashville. Lot has
front of 4U leet.
1 krms 1 aud i years credit. Note to bear "tterest,
and Ut be payable in . Bank. Security reqnired aud
lien retained. - -----
8epU-tda J. E. GLEAVES, C. a M -
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PURSUANT to a decree of tbe Clianoery Cburt at
Nashville, to the case of Samuel Gay lord, executor
of John D. Gay lord, deceased, vs. HeU-u M. Gay lord, 1
will sell, at the Court Hons iu XasbvHl, ou Saturday,
OcUiber 6, I860, tmolutsvn CuUege street, extended each
00 feet front, aud known aa lots No. 29 and 30, J. W.
Tkkms 1 aud Z years credit, wun interest. Noies,
with good security, required, and lien relumed.
8epU-tU3 J. GLA.V KS, ClI.
" " ' " 14- '"'..'.'"
TIURSUAXT to a decree of the Channsrr Court .i
X Nashville, ia the case of F. Tomes, Jr., vs. Henri
etu C. Tomes and others, I will sell, at tlie Court House
ia Nashville, on Saturday, October 6, I860, lUs Xa. 130
and 197 tn the Earing Addition.
Tkkms , 12, 18 aud 24 months credit, rithoot in.
tereat, and free from redempiiou. Notes, with secu
rity, payable in Bank, required of the purchaser, and
Ilea to be retaiued. '
aepi5-Uhj 3, E. CLEAVES, C 4: M .
PURSUANT to a decree of tbe Cbaocery Court at
Nashville, ia tbe case of W. B. BuvU-kh and ir a
Gleaves vs. John DeCamp.I will sell, at tlie Court House
in naaaviue, en saturOan, Octiixr S, 1860, UoolAson
Kwing Avenue, tn Kuiing's Addition, each 32 by 130
feet, and known aa Iota 152 and 153 ia the plan.
Ikrmk fl, 12 and 18 months credit, with iuterest.
and without redemption. Security required, aud lieu
retained. . .. .- ,.i -
aejaS-tda J. E. GLEAVES, C 4 M. .
PURSUANT to a decree of tbe Chancery Court at
NahvUls, at the case of P. W. Mazey A Co., ud
wjr-received per GlenwondT
imVAamlat b tk - w- I
..... . l" . . I
BEXJ. F. KHIEIJjeJ a m .
ao. xt toilers street.
others', cre.1 iters of Stewart Owen ri. Stewart k
Owea, I will sell at the Court House in XasJiViiie,
Saturday, October 6, I860. I-nl No. 25, in plan if 1 lay
Factory procrty, (Lf 43 by 150 fesi) and beuig ll o
Fame Lot heretofore sold to Stewart k Owen by A. 1.
iX'iuofBysq. ,J - .
Teams 6. 12 ami IS montlis, with interest and with
out redemption. Security required and hen ri-tatued.
' - - - J.-K.sMJSATEft.C. M.
PURSUANT to a decree of tbe Chaucerv Coort at
Nashville, iu the case of J.ehaa D. Slam, rs. I1iuU
Melvm, I wiU aell at the Court House in Nashvilk-, .m
Saturday, Ocbtrr 6, 1S60. tlie propertv of the delend
ant, Meiu, 8ituatel at tbe comer ot Broad aud ilc
Nairy streets, West Nashville. Lot 50 fct by 175.
Tkkms Sale free from redenit.ti.ai .- m i..ri.u
I mouey to be due iu two equal paymeuU. aud ou 1st
' ' , "- "e " i-wsjWhu ttiterrst. rv-on-itr
required and lien relaiued.
-! , - 'I' .J. K- CIXATES, C. k M.
S 2ii , i :.t r Is" .. - I,-' ; I 4
PURSrAXT to a accre of the ChaBcery C.-urf at
Nashville, in the case of Wm. Jordan, r. El.ud (Uwer
and others, I -will seU to tbe highest bidder at Uw
Court House iu Nashville, on SatunUty, iKi,i-r isoU
the tract of land brlanping to Ehud Gower, hum iu
Davidson Otanty and con taming SIS acres more. k-ss
Tkcms 500- cash, aud residue to be due oo tlie 1st
September ls62, w ilhotit interest. A bid oTtajoorrr
tbe whole has been made by Dr. a G. Ilauipt. an 1
the property -win be started at Lis bid. Note willi
good security required of the iwrchaser and tk-n to
be retained. - - J. E."G1XA ES, c. 4: M.
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PURSUANT to a decree of the Oumeery Court at
Nashville in tbe case of Wm. Mauldai, Guardian Ac
e James M. Sneed and others, I w ill sell at tbe Court!
House in Nashville, on Saturday, October ., 1W0 a
vJV-6' U' 1S auJ24 months with.. .
The bidding to commence at $40 jvr mere. -:. '.'''
ty required and lieu relaiu-d. fnw requ
J. E. til.t k
v1!11.10 d'T,e "f"' Clianeerv Court at
Nashville, in the Case ofto. 1 lU,eU . i Tl,"
aud othew, I will sell, at ne Court uJL Tv,
on Saturday Orf.r 6, I860, tke trad ,4 laud 'imSj.ri,
l'lacer known as the Tavern Suind. txigbl bv
Jones of James T . Gleaves, and coutuuiug 6 acres .
50 I-.les. ' . auu
Tkkms. 12 and 13 mouths.with interest, and sale
fne from redeuqUiou. Security required and lien
3. E. CLEAVE-:, c. .t v.
v1 .;0 aMJttt "nce.y tV-ortat
Nxbville, in the case of Wm. U. Walum . John o7
aud otliers, I will sell, at the OHirt IL.use iu Va-lu .ii"
on Saturday the 6th of IA-Ur i860, a crrr., tro.l j
?.ar.r-r,ai4'' l iu' " ,,,e et tide .rf the brk
Cliurch Tumpike, 2 tuiU-slrom the citv.
Tums. 6 months credit without uiler-t ant f-e
rrom redeinpthu. Scurity required aad la-u r.-ix!:i,'sl
ei.6-tJs J. K G1.EA l's, u A: M.
I'URSUAXT to a decree of the Chancer v O nrt at
Nashville, in thecase oi lliraia J. Welis rs l". Leake
aud . R. Hyde aud olh.-rs- I will sell, at the Court
House in Nashville on Saturday, OcUKer 6, i860 the
two parvrls of land, recovered iu above suit bv c'.ui
Idainauts fnwi the defendants, lieake and llvde' Ibe
Parrel received from Leake coutams lol't" -erea
lhat from Hyde contains 87 acres, aud the . ol
to be sold to pay the amounts due to I -ate aud Hr le '
ty required ou nou-s, and a lieu retain. J
&. pt.5-t.!i j. K uiAU i
- unvium t uu.Hu UHeresl. Good securi
t, C. i M. -
a di-en ttr tl.A tn
Xasliville in the case W,u. A. V iTu, EX" c
liO. a tZl- V'"
the Lucas I arm, and being the ftoL b.n.Khl b,' tau of
TKKMS.-U, 12 and 18 months cre.lit w.U, k.tert
and sale free from redeminiou. la.u-s , iuv.l .,''
ta'-neVi: " ' ' ''
Sepl.S-tds ' J. E. GLEAVES C A M
Pl-RSUANT to a decree of the CUanrtvv C.a.ri ..
Xashville iu the case , Ges,. n. Hau."T K
mrNL1 !2L J"- --TtbAourt
:. , ' . ' " ' vcu-r ths 6Ui lsikl
1h un.J.1 n.W...M ..f II - . 1 . . . . ww SOtMM.
"f '"riUjn V nash ii. Lucas' tral U Lltld
which is kuown as the Cmii-i.-. 7 '',rta.
The same consisting of about 29 JcreT X X "
fvont of the Mansion House. u,d -'"'IS 1
is a hole tract.
r lS i.anaZj oar 'r1i.'Hth inler.t and sale
free from redemtk, purcbas,.r to exeuieii;.. -w
notes and lieu to be retained J
Sept,5-tds : , - J-E. GLEAVES, C. A M.
x- AXT,U a "T to Chancery &,rt at
Nashville, m the case of A. G. Wilcox and w'fr ij
(Z,?d'al,S2ilUt th Vnart to Nash";
Saturday October 0, I860, the trud f lund uZr
J-hn Cato now resides, or enough of sauie at LTT,
pay tbe debt due complainant by the d r.
laud is know n as tbe Mi-Gavo k IlixK 1 W1, ol-.
creek, Ave miles from 11. isi fttv mi.. 1 1 . ....
acres ia the whole larm. " arc t,n
. freo fnm redempti., aud nuiclse
money to be due in Uiree i,.0...TT... ' i'V .lu,t
and LsVC1 TJ1 r Ty' "
sept5-tdg , r j. K cIjEArE!i c & y
a. w.mokoax... ; ...w. WALJK
MOItGAN & .WALLACE,
: - DEAIJ-T.S IX
jUulics an tioiitlemejt's Tine
u'ailfrs, Shots and Cools,
Trunks, Valises & Carpet JIags,
NO 16 PUBLIC SQTJAKE,
(At Calhoun's Old Stand,) ' "
A Good. Investment.
I AM now offeruig for sale, tbe place 00 which I re
side, situated on the GaiLUin Pike, atawt two miU
from the city of NashvUie, conuiumg acresrh
land Jour of which are in a high stale of cultTvaT. . 1
vegetable garden, iu whicj Iher7i4 AJa? Hi
rwFhmt beds, aud quite a mim UT of Vu t
Trees. The imiovemeuts consist of . a,ai frame
dwelling bouse with kiubeu,table,crib,eow be.&T
1 am delertuuied to seU and will oil. this Jar ai a
great bargam. . For further particulars apply .
s.-ptll-lm No 54 Colt, re mrt.
Cltaucery Sales. .
A?Vn ad"'rt''-'d order, huule hi the case
JL ofN C.Weeiu3,Ad,u r,aganst Miss,ri N,x.i
et. at rendered K1 the 14th day of Sept. at O-i.terviUe
I w.U Koceedto sell, ou the 2nd day of Norniber.'
I860, ou the premises, a valuable tract if hui.i ZL'
taiumg about IM acres, lying ra, L,nterm-J tr-lc
wHa kiuau touuty Uether w.Ut a valuable Grut
and Saw Mill erected upon the same. Ihe terms
Ba!d sale wiU be ujkiu a credit of one two andbree
'Tit 3 L',,u "oJ "rity aud laaj retained .
.ht firPer0,,'er,,r.f"r llm P""1 . .llua.t lb
right of redemption. '
' On the same day, in Hickman Couutv. in the rase oT
Bo hug Goril.i, et. at. n. Andrew J. Gord.i, H. ui I
w iU proceed to sell.ou the premises, t.. the l,iheuil
Vi'"ld',,ctor la"J coutainmg lt4 aJreslyiue
ou Duck River, the boundaries U nhln are de-i ,l!e4
in the pleadings llled iu said cause. Said lanj w U i
r?!t"2? credit of one aud two years wUh UiUtt
from date of sale. OKV1L1.E A. NIXoX.
Drj-JJooJs very (Iieap.
T AM now iu receipt of my large and well assorted
I stock of Staple aud Fancy Dry -Good?, wh b I aia
efleruig at very low pricea. ' .
As qui. kpal.s and small profU9 is uiy rrxitlo, I am
wiiiuig to take up w ith tbe latter to accomplish the f.--ier,
aud w UI otler great mducetueuts to ah a ho ,u
ra-or me with a caU, esiwcialiy to cash buvers. Come
and see for yourselves. DAVID HUMPHREY
i sepi21-tl - No. 22 South side of the. -quare. .
I have this day, associated w ith me in thf B.n.k
bus.nes.3, MK. J. R KUTLAXD and MR. J.". EAST-
. Nashville, Se4 1,1mM.
' - F. H.UiAX.
p. Ha;, j. n. trmsi), - jno. iu.Ta.tx.
LOOK SELLERS AXD STATIO.VELV V
41 Collego Street,
-N-A.-a k liie, I ('UU.
A GOOD city made Family Buroucbe, but bltle used
A. A. n H
'it Rale cheap br .
bexj. f. sinaj A CO.-
HAVIXG been ajipointed and qnalifled as Adminis
trator of the estato erf David Stnik-r. ar ...-' i
all persuoa having rlaiuis against said rntaie ape tuni-
ueu 10 me tuem wuu we aiuiut Ue twue wmuired tv
law or they will be forever barred: and all i.m.u
debted to the same are hereby required to route lor-
waru auu niaae paynieui. '
E. C DRAKE,
sepl4-Im Adm'r of Itavul Suoley,sr...
00 AC U KS 1? livu
FOR S ALE: ;
THE UE lersigucd w iU seU one half , or the lade of
700 Acrea oT IjinH Iv ..... ... . ,. .... ,. . . .
oVue. it!Iel"' i" UuAjuan oouuij , Teuue--, about IV.ur -
. Des Iption.
Tliere is about 200 Acre rf T jan! iwmv in ia-at Li
and about S00 more lit for cultivataai. It lias three -
s.mg sprint; on It, with builduigsal each ouo a
comfortable Frame Pwelhug, with suitable i-r-ro and t
other out houses. The farm cau be divided iuui three
parts ithout aijury.
- Terms. .
If only one half i poU. one Uih-J of the Durcbaee
BMuey must be paid in cash, tbe balance on Sum ual ;
annual iusl&lltnenU. If the whole tract m sdd togvtu- .
er, one payment must be in cash, and the babuaw hj
equal annual enstalhnects from oue to aevett years, aa -
may tie agreed on. I'ersoos wishing to purchase van
call and examine tor themselves, or eao. Met any in Km- . '
mauon tucy may wish by addressing , r, .
S. U. WIIJJAMS. &
ugl4-w2m v ' , Ceuirevilie,Tin.
A Fine Mew Top Hussy.
WE have a handsome new Buggy for ale al I .
mouth luue, for salisuM-tory puw. . , . ;
' s. BKN'J.F. SHIELDS A CO... -:
27 College Suvet.v
DR.;F. A: KUEFFNER
. . H 0 M (E 0 P A T II I C . . r t
Physician ana . Surxcunn
' No. 23 (up stairs) Cedar St., NasbviUe, Teuo.- 1
' Office boars nntt! 9 A. Jt. betweea 1 aad 3 P. MauJ. -bet
trees T and 8 P. l.
References Drs. Herinj; A Upie. rhimdetpU a, Tn.,
and I"-" ' vpar 1 A Koeter, Uxnsviiie, Ky.
$ rusijc s
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