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IIOUK'S SILT-Lll BAND!
THE ONXT TERMAXEXTLY ORGANIZED- BAX1 LV
THE CITY, w ill attend to all calls for auiie both at
Iwiiue and abroad, eivinz entire san-Jarm-a or u
bar;.re. Tiie Bund is witiipofed f
1 Fifteen Performer,
w ith a complete set of new silver tost ninnil.
Alt call for uiukic, for funeral.-?, pic Dies, e-r n.t
and jubilee will lie atb-nded t iromptly.
vr. u horn,
Manager and Omdurtor,
" apr27$ly 13 South College it.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUftE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A rO'iV ERFUL REMEDY
FOR WEAKNESS . . " . '
FOR WEAKNESS -
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT !
"TOUNG MEN who are suffering mro the electa of
JL youthful indiscretion con bo surely and pel iiu-m-utly
restored by using the
AQUA V I T A E,
A Ktmedy of treat and Certain Powir.
This remedy is jwt up in small vials, and can be sent
by mail to any address. Atrial will gatisfy. t'ae it
lir a week, and yen w ill e-ricuce a pri-al benefit. A
circular coutainuig full particulars -sent (frecj on uppli
rattun. Frice per buttle l.
I Hie bottle will lasta uioulb.
X. B. This remedy bi suitable for either hx
Address, K. CKl'GEK, Medical Ainu I,
jul27-tf 41 Broadway, New York.
From the lresd, Philadelphia, lA-toU-r 1,
Sr-auiixu's 1'kmmreh Cut To have a favorite
pi.te c-f china rh:pped or broken, a l-l book with its
binding torn, a nice piece of fum.t are fractured, is a
terrible and temper-destroying nuisance. Not without
remedy, as we can tft-tiiy. Mr uulding, who adver
tises his Prepared Glue in '-The Pre.-" to-day, sent us
otiie of it yesterday. We devoted two hours to its
ITaeiK-ul apidu-ation result, two- carved chairs com
pletely restored, many odd and ends of rliuia and
la.-'J niade fit for u-c a tillered may loa.le as good as
n -w. several depuerrentype raer rv.noi.tted, and an
4-1 folio edit ion of Herodotus and Homer prmU-d in
lite year IjOO, whose aiiti'iue boards (literally board-)
were Fplit, made fctrou enooeh to last for another
century or two. We niiifht have to-ndcd any qtvtnlity
of children's broken tots, but raved in after an hour
ut the wor t id" them. Tl.i- lreuvd Clue, which
a h.iud alxiut a.; thick as flue, au.l applied by a bru-h
whi. h arcoiuMinies each bottle, i-a so iudi-ii.-jible iua
h.tu.e that we now woitik'r how we could have gone
to.Ili.xit ,t. oitl-'J-
Anvk-K. As the hot ea--:oU M approaching, every
l r.-.i ;-houUl iH-epure their sj.-teiu for the c h.tue, and
there is wi remedy so applicable as -McLeans streugth-euiu-s
Cordial and CliI Purilii-r."' It will purify the
In'ood ihorouehly, and at the same lime slrengtlicn
and invigorate the whole oraa;zati.ni. The immense
ouutay of it tliat is sold daily, is pnif enough -T its
'r.-at virtm-s in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from toe bbaid. We say to all, try it! It is de
licious to take. ee the advertisement in another col
umn. We would c:i!l KUticiiiiil attention to McLean's
notice Hi auollKY column. We add the foliowini; from
the A. Louis Herald, which speaks volume m i:-:
favor. We say to ail give it a trial:
-We take (a-cial pleasure in rei-omiueuduii' Mc-Ij-an's
celebrao-d Strengthening Cord ud as an iuvaliia-bh-
reun-dy for general debility and weakness. We
liave si-u it tested in a circle under our ow u iiiiinMt
ale i4s.Tvation, and can vouch for iui efficiency and
worth. It is an artk le which should !e ket con.-tan t
l ui every family, as it is rertaiuly au inva!i;.ible
UH-dM inc. fee the adverttscuicut in another colilliiu.
The Advertter, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fcred several years with a severe lung affect ion, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
know n to his fellow -suOeret s the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will sTid a copy of the prc-s.-riplnn
used (free of charge) with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
,m.e curt fur IXtXSlMfTlO.Y, ASTHMA, BROS
t'HITIS, itc. The only object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescril4iiB is to benellt the atiiicletl, and
i-'pread iuforination w hich he conceives to be invalu
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy,
as it w ill o them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
raxticK w L-liing the prescrijHion will please address
Rev. FJWARD A. WILSON,
t4-ly - Kings County, N'ew York
Ukvks. ClAr.K, Ukiuort & Co. Nashvilik Genii :
My neighbors are calling on me fir Ambrosial Oil, and
I cannot refuse suffering humanity, if it tells as the
inrrb natter at present. It is doii:' rood in ttiM
U-1- Vernon, Tenn.
13R KING'S DISPflNSAUY
FOR PlilVATE LISEASES.
---ir !!. K I St;, formerly of Sew York, for
Uifk a the last Piur veam of UiuevUie, Ky
-i ' an,! who has UevoteU his attention to
tk imtmnl of nnvate dLsrase for So year?, natters
btius.'u hat oik attended to a practice Uf w many
rears, ami cured so luanr thousands, he u enablcU to
cure all dbieasea ot a irivale nature, no matter bow
bad I hey may be from mjnda imis loeuirial treatment,
from nek-cl of their own. It Kmr'l liispensary it
So Z2, Ivauerark street, between Cherry and theSjuare,
econd sUxy, where Leruresail diseases of a pru ate
Goburhew cured without nauseous medicines or in
Jerfcreoce w ilk btuine&i.
Sm luirt (4 old or recent date. eC-rtually cured in
.a b-w ilvi. by an operatno tick causes no pain.
Where auicnire e&atst beailb cannot be enjoyed
J'erhaf no ilbease came more mischief and nnder
iiunes the ronstitntaia co much.
Syphilid, with all the daexsesof the "km. rrow in
-oat 4 neglect or bad. treatment, can be eflectuaily
-ied in a lew davs.
Semiaat H'ralma Particular attentt. Lavinz been
pl en to this disease, and ail the ronseqmsares prow in;
ami of it. brvuebl on m many ca?es by the destructive
habiu of loruuaiderale youths, and excessive mdul-MM-e
of the poKioj, a neglect of wha-h will umler
lume the cofrstitatmn, renileruig the subject until for
buvmess or ociety, and causing remalure old a:e.
eioas who may be laboring with any dilbculiy of
the Womb may rm assured iiouiediate r-li f.
persons: resiilimT abroad, by writing and stating their
rase, with aire eoc-d, Uiiei t to IT. A. King, No.
J k-adetvfc Street, Nashv lile, Tenn. , w ill have ike neces
rary medicine eent to their address. Office hiNirs
if oia 9 o'clock in the moriun unld in the ev-fui.tf
jul U-mdx ly
Jl ST ta'rived and for Sale at lowest -es. au addi
tyuoi xuppty of rail Jars and Cans, say
do. WuMoughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
. - n Oarts
4t Gbisa Jars, with eirks for sealiup.
Abo on hand M doa. Tm 'roit Cans, one and two
uiiarti-' tut Sealing up, all w ar ranted.
Ai 12 bbb. 1tI Cfcar Coal Oil, at lowest K by
Utrrel. J- W- WILSo.V,
e(44-tf It CoUeirest.
1 have eold out my entire intertt in the firm of
N'tchuisuB It Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who w ill
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist him
him in winding up the business of the old firm, and
.eolmt 6ir him a continuauce of the patronage bestowed
.on the old firm. I. C. NICHOLSON.
In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, be
. fore receiving new Good?, for a short tmie I will orf.T
my entire Ktock at cust , for casli.
juiy 2,ioo nATiD Hmrniurr.
'4 C T II M 1 " the IXsTAXT RELIEV and
fl W U J PKIULLNKXT CCKr ot ihisdM
.Ireiemg compiamt use
F K N 1 T S
.Made by C H f EYMOtB k CO., 107 Naskac smtiukT,
JJ. V. Price $1 per box; sent free by iost.
- FOR FA I J AT ALL I'P.l'GCISTi.
1. P. tSVlUM.
EDWAUDS, CilLKESOX & 0.
(jCCCWOItTO JO.IDW1 III,)
CoriicrerCollcseaad Clinrch ats.,
Wbclesale Crocfn and Commission
M EEC HA N T S .
,. AKPDKALEJ18 IN -
Fine Brandies, Winci, Cfjars, Tobacco, kt
PAETXEBia a lucrative buiue. Aay young
man with 'ew hundred do Lara can find a part-
bv 4Ur rateinic HL'sINajja' at the P. O. Naahvilie.
' ' SeptlS-tr
t - - " ' -----
; Corn, Flour, &c. '
nnfl BAGS prime Cora,
."Ljl kk'tt Hour:
40 baerela lour, ( various brand.)
Ia store and fur tale very low by
eptll BL'CH McCEEA k CO.
' rt 'Li ui one of the ml arable hriiiborhoudi. i:
a tho city. Moderate rcnl,
THURSDAY MOliNlNC;, OCT. 4, 180.
1m) i W C 1 T V, M I JaX s .
retail n:icfs. - -
"ft-ir l- emr ill b.is $ ,
l,:l!( l.:es ?
Hd llii kory lo 4 "h:
Kale il " iio:
MijI Krau, -r tls.,oiie UolLtr,
t orn M-al. -r ImisJi-, of).
I-liverel toa'.l partM the citrt
.ikiVlMk.nts of the lwilrii.ids.
v'Ieparlurc or ratweiier Trains.
Nasuviujc k Chatta-.kx:a 4 A. M., JP.J1.
TKxxnwt fc At.ABAMA 5:15 A. JI.. 3:00 I. M.
Uh isville X.oiiviLUe 5:00 A. M.,5:50 P. M
4i " CllatiuKx.ress4:30 1. M
Ekcbkikld k KErrccKT :30- M., 12:3U f. M
A rr lvm.1 of Puen$tr Trains.
NasHViiia fc CHaTTAXooca 5 P. M-, 8 A. M.
TkXaESfuic Alabama 10:UO A. M. 4:00 I. If.
LoriMviuji Xaphvius 3:05 A. M., 2:15 P.M.
-i " Gallatin Express If ilO A. M.
Euckfislo & Kkxttckt 8:iOA. M., 6:15 P.M.
A ftlngle Word about Baron Benfrew
and the Opera Houite Uall.
The Cinciaaalians gave tbo Ftiacc of Wal'js
a large but cheap ball at I'ikc'eOp-ra House
last Saturday uigbt. Wb-n tbe I'rincore c!k1
the entraoce to the hou; about 10 o'clock, lie
foucd the street fall of people wailing to ste
him, and was greeted with.' ''How are you
Walks?"' IlowV-votir ma?" Ac.
'Wales"' must liave thought about that
time that a few very slight restrictions might
be throw q around the free institutions of this
country without innch danger of corrupting
the manners of tbe populace. His Eoyal El
evateilness opeucd the ball with Mrs. S. N.
Fikk. whose husband built the Opera Hou.e
at a cost of hall a million of dollar, lie,
that is to ay. Walks, danced with fii?e other
ladies, upon tbe alab.istcr structure of wliote
delicious immortality we place tbe capstone
by reconling their names here: MissGnoEs
be k. daughter of the lion. W. S. Gkoe.-i:e k;
Mit Mattik Tatlor, of Newport, with whom
yoaug -'Wales" went so far as to both dance
asd waltz; Mis. Hilton, daughter of Jadc
Ilii-rox, of the Probate Court; Miss Epith
Di knet, and Mis Helen- McGp.egor, of Mt.
We Btid the bull was large but cheap. And
so it was. Tickets were sold at the ruinous
ly low price s five dollars ft piece, and as
tie desire to take a lird's-eye view of the
it'nerant young cub of the British lion is not
experienced alone iu the higher circles or so
ciety, it is not a- matter of surprise that so
far from being an intensely ari-tocralic affair,
the ball was chinked in by a large numiier ol
people who had never owned a cod-fi.-h in
their live?. The reporter of oue of the Cia
cinnali papers iulimates that there were a
good many present who must have found it
rather difficult to raise the funds they invest
ed at the door. What w ill mamma say w hen
she learns, as she inevitably must, if her
copy of the Pitrv is n't lost in the mails,
that Albert Eowakd, who, when at home,
isn't even allowed to go fishing or coon
banting with any of the loy.s whose parents'
nacr.es are not familiarly known at the
Herald Oflice. h -s fo far forgotten the glory
of the house cfllanorer its to dance at a ball
made up in part of p--op!e whose tickets of
admission cost them tbe labor or a whole
week at the propulsion of the retail trade in
pea-nuts and pop-corn, or the distillation of
dog-hair whisky? She can't swear, nor do
anything after that style, which, if she could,
would be a great relief to her feelings ; but
like tbe rivers of India, when Wakken Has
tings played the deuce in that country, we
fear she will '-blush for the honor of the
British name."' We are not sufficiently ac
quainted, though, with the Queen personally
to venture a prediction as to what extent 6b e
will cut up when this humiliating intelligence
reaches her cars ; she may think that Albert
has compromized bis royalty, and may storm
about it considerably ; or she may think that
we are a nation of sovereigns over here, and
that it is no disgrace to dance or drink with
the least of us. And that her thoughts may
flow into this last named chanuel, we beg
leave, with tbe highest considerations of re
soect. to assure her Majesty, through tbe
British Minister at Washington, or any other
member of her Majesty's government who is
our equal in rank, that "milord' neither
danced nor talked w ith any lady at the Opera
House ball, cheap as that republican fandango
was, who is not, in every respect, save in
"that divinity which doth hedge a king," al
most If not quite as good as himself.
For the benefit of such of our young friends
as are about to lay in a fresh supply of cassi
mere, we give the style and material of the
Baron's "ball costume' as described by the
Jenkins-undcr-prolest of the Cincinnati tX-merri-il.
We sny Jenkins-under-protest be
cause he intini:its a desire not to be called
"Jenkins" at all. '-He wore-' that is, the
Prince wore; we don't know what "Jenkins"
wore "an exquisitely filling black dress
coat, a narrow white cravat, with a small
tight knot and short bows and daiuty stand
ing collar with slig'atly rounded corners, a
light (not white) vest, with email round gold
buttons black pant, cut easy and flowing
below Ibe knee, au.l w Lit-. kid gloves, (No. S
at least.) A singl" strand of fine gold chain
crossed li- breast iu frout of his vest, and
the bofom of his shirt workd in narrow plaits
was fastened with small plain pearl studs.
His lisrht hair, slijrhtlv toclim-d to cnrl. is
cut so as to show tiie lobes of his ears, and
neatly parted b-fmeand behind."
Remember tbe cut of tbe Lair, boys cut
so as to show the lobes of tbe ears, and parted
before ami behind.
We felt we would be unjust both to the
Baron and our other readers if we failed to
dk V? at least half a column to his move-
men . "i' the West," and this is onr only
apolog,. for having "locar'-izL'd a matter
which is so eminently national. He can now
go home we've done with him.
General Address to the Grand Lodge
op Tennessee. The annual address to the
Grand Lodge of Tennessee will be delivered
by the Rev. Tucs. Tavlor, this afternoon at
three o'clock, at the Concert Hall ot the new
A cordial invitation is hereby extended by
the Grand Lodge of Tennessee to tbe citizens
of Nashville, and to the ladies particularly,
to be present on the occasion.
Grand Lodge. The Grand Lodge has
elected the following Grand officers:
Jas. McCi f.Li M, of Pulaski, Grand Master.
J xo. F. Slover. of Athens, D. G. Master.
Jxo. IL Devebecx, of Nashville, S. G.
T. B. McDowell, of Bolivar, J. G. War
W. II. Horn, of Nashville, Grand Treas
C. A. Filler, of Nashville, Grand Secrc-
tarT- - - '
Rev. Sam L D. Baldwin, 01 Lebanon, Urand
The Grand Officers were in-talled yester
3T-. seems from tbe correspondence of
the Breckinridge papers, that every Union
elector in tbe State has been "literally de
molished" on every stamp be has mounted
since the opeuing of tbe canvass. . And tbe
worst of it is, some of oar most gifted and
brilliant speakers have been ."literally de
molished" at least six times a week by some
four-penny second-assistant sub-elector who
knows about as much about the political Is
sues ot tbe day as he does of the personal
history of the Khan of Tartar.. Carious,
is n't it? .'. : V ' " -
ftpeaklng at Nolenavllle.-
A. L. Demoss and Miciiajl Vacoux, Esqrs.,
will address tbe people on Saturday next at
Nolensville, on tbe political topics of the
IV A S II V 1 1a
' A Roxnrt- frow Or PomctT-- EDrroR.
The local f.flh Evening f)rmrcrat wants to
now why we do uot get one ol ar poetical
contributors to "write a sonnet on Hog Al
ley." dimply b;cause all our contributors
of that sort have declared their iuability to
dv tbe subii-ct luetic. Besides, it is none of
their business. It's the business of our Poet
ical E litor, whom we employ at a large sala
ry to attend to all work coming under that
grade. He has been constantly engaged,
day and uigbt, for the last (six mouths on just
such a sonnet as tbe Democrat demands, and
having finished it about five minutes ago,
we have tbe pride aud satisfaction of laying
it before our readers :
to tub stbeet committee a sonnet.
bv ocr poetical ewt0k
O, .-tre.'l Committee ! hurry op the cakes .'
Arase shake oflT the dew-drop J from your locks,
Bring on your dirt-carts and your gpades and rakes
And tand no longer like so many Btx-ki.
The city has her pocket full of rocks,
r ought to h ivo, at lcaM bring on your binds,
And let the rascals go to work right now,
And fr; in H5 Alley haul tue di -t which brands.
And long lias branded, t or imperial brow ! .
Pave well the Alley I "ght it up wilhgas.
That folks may kiep from stumbling as they pass,
. Or by St. George, we'll kick up such a row
As shall arouud you," like inousquitoee, rally
Tiie jeer3 and g'-orn of all who love Hog Alley !
won't mention gide-walkit at this particular
time, ow lug to tbe extreme d-lllculty ol puttiug them
iu rhyme. I'oeiuMl Editor.
We don't know much about such things,
never having successfully attempted a coup
let since our celebrated failure in the lines
"Maid of Athens, (Ala.) ere we pari,
Give, oh give me back my daguerreotype,"
some thirty-five years ago we say we don't
know much about such things ; but if we are
not mistaken, the above "Sonnet" will be
read long after Siiakspearr and Finlkt
Johnson are forgotten, it not before.
Lonsvii-LE and Nashville Railroad.
At a meeting of the stockholders in this road
held last Monday, Messrs. Waf. Garvin, Jas.
Gcthrie, Thomas Quigley, Ben. J. Adam-
J. B. Wilukr. and Etukve Underwood, were
At a meeting of the Board on Tuesday, tbe
Hon. James Guthrie was unanimously elect
ed President of the Company.
Thb Theatre. Mr. Rohebts, though good
at the outset, improves apon acquaintance.
His ' Richelieu" last night surpassed both his
"Richard"" and his 'Hamlet," and we are
sure that all who saw it will agree with us
that it was masterly and powerful. Ia the
more difficult scenes particularly, where
most is expected, and in which a failure mars
the effect of the whole play, or as much of It
as follows thereafter, he showed nimselt a
tragedian worthy of his fame. With tbe ex
ception of tbe plays of Shakspeare, there is
perhaps nothing in the English drama that
surpasses Richelieu, the master-piece ofBcL
wkr, and he who plays it successfully is en
tilled to take rank among the first of his pro
fession. To-night Mr. Roberts plays Macbeth, in
which, as in Richtlieu. he has but few success
ful rivals. A Dead Shot is the farce.
Bell Highlanders, Attention ! Yon
are called to meet at Crenshaw's Shop to
night to transact important business. Let
tbe attendance be full.
By order of the Captain.
Billiards for the Ladies On Monday
next at 1 o'clock P. M., Mr. IS. Lto.vs will
throw open his Billiard Saloon, on Union
Street for tbe reception of Ladies. No gen
tlemen will be admitted after that hoar un
accompanied by a lady. For the entertain
ment, the game will be played by tbe most
skilful players iu the city.
Wuo is IIe? Who is it that does up the
light editorial, paragraphs for the Frankfort
(Ky.) CommonKtaUh? The man who shoots
Attn down for a fool will commit the greatest
mistake of his life. Who is be? We want to
know bis name; we owe him a bat.
"Come out of that tall grass," stranger.
In a letter to the Union and American
writtea from Mifflin, Tenn., and purporting to
give an account of a discussion there be
tween Messrs. Atkins and Hawkins, tbe wri
"My pen falters in the task of portraying
ia its true colors," &c.
We have noticed for a long time that when
one of these campaign correspondents of
Democratic newspapers attempts to portray
auy thing in its true colors, -bis pen always
y-iT There will be a business meeting of
tbe Bell Grays to-morrow (Friday) night at
half-past seven o'clock. A full attendance
On Tuesday evening Li.-t, at tbe residence of E. C.
Iliilinan, rlsij, in Kdgefleld, by the Rev. Pr. Edgar,
Wr.JoH Sc.rrr,or St. Louis, and Miss Lisa Erwm
daughter of the late Cjl. John P. Erwin.
"All lair and nowery ba their way,
The 3iea all bright above them,
And brighter every coming day
T-i thvm and all who love them."
3lesar. Tavlor. Wnltthorne,
The following list of appointments has been agreed
uam for Miswrs. Taylor, Wbitthorne, and Watternon,
candidates for Elector for the Mate at largest wnicn
limed aud places they will be pleased to meet and
address the people. Il will be seen that a number ol
counties have been omitted. This was unavoidable
ow ing to tbe want of tune:
Sumerville, Fayette county, Wednesday, Oct. 3.
Memphis, rbelhy county, Thursday, Oct. 4.
Covingtou. Tipton county, Saturday, Oct. 6.
Brownsville, liaywood county, Monday, Oct. 8.
KipU-y, Lauderdale counti . Tuesday, Oct. 9.
Hyersburg, Dyer county, Wednesday, Wet. 10.
Troy, Obion county, Thursday, Oct. 11.
Iresden. Weakley county, Friday, Oct. 12.
Paris, Henry county, Saturday, Oct. 13.
Camden, Benton county, Monday, Oct. 15.
Waverley, Humphre county, Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Cliarlotte, liixon county, Wednesday, Oct. IT.
Nashville, Iiavidson county, Friday, Oct 1.
Franklin, Williamsoa county, Monday, Oct. 22.
Murfreesboro. Rutherford county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Uallalin. Sumner county, Thursday, Oct. 25.
Lafayette, Macon county, Friday, Oct. 28.
Cartilage, Mnith county, Saturday, Oct. 27. ' .
Sinithville, OcKalb county, Monday, Oct. 29.
Cookeville, Putnam county, Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Sparty, While county, Wednesday, Oct. 31.
McMiuuville, Warren county, Thursday, Nov. 1.
Manchester, Cotlee county, Friday, Nov. 2.
S. S. Stanton, Esq., of Carthage, will ad
dress the people at tbe following times and
...Franklin Co Thursday, Oct. 4in
Friday, " - 6th
" . Saturday, " 6lh
... " " Monday, " 8U
..Lincoln Co Tuesday, " 9th
. . " . Wednesday, " 10th
" " Thursday, " 11th
..Giles Co Friday " 12th
PUBLIC PKAKINU. '
George Babes and D. C. Douglass, of Sam
ner County, will address the people on the
Political Issues in tbe Presidential Canvass,
at the following times and places:
. . MACON COCXTT.
Emieraon Springs.. Saturday.... October 6th
do ' 10th
do - lath '
do 19th '
do . 20tn ,
do r 224.
EubanK'S Store mesuay.
SMITH COCXTT. i
........ Wednesday .
Chestnut Mound Thursday...
. - r PUTNAM COCXTT. ;
Cook.Tille. . . Friday .. i
OVERTON COUNTT. -Monroe..
......... ......Saturday '.. .
Eaol J'ort.... v. -Monday....
... - FENTRESS COCXTT..
A division of time will be granted to an
advocate of eltbet Douglas or BrecKorUlge
"I7"E 111 pay i tie highest marl e vice lor Feathera,
T Beeswax, Gemauig, Dried fTait, Lard.eM., ia
: UtaT Cash or Grocer le.
ETGH VoCRTA ft CO.
A; S. Coi.TAR.'Efq, of Winchester, will
address the people at tbe following limes
and places via;,
J a-per. Marioo county, Friday, Oct. 5. a
TeagueV Kt;re. Marion co., Saturday, Oct 6.
Duulap, cqiiaicbt? couuty, Monday, OcL 8
Pikeville, Btedso county. 1 uesday, Oct. 9. ,
Washington, Rhea co., Vednesday. Oct. 10.
Decatur. Meigs county. Thursday, OcL 11.
Cleveland. Bradley co Friday OcL 12. .
' I'ublJe speaklnc y. .
' Hon. Wji. Ii.SToK.es aud Col. Jonx L.Spfu
lock will address tbe people at 5 ,
AlUinout, Grundv county. Monday ,OcL 22.
- HilL-boro', Coffee'county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Manchester, . Coffee county, Wednesday,
Oct. 24. ... - - - . -
Beech Grove, Coffee county, Thursday,
Winchester, Franklin county, Saturday,
Oct. 27. , . .
We will address our fellow-citizens of tbe
7th Congressional District as follows.
Purdy, McNairy county, Monday, Oct. I.
Montezuma, McNairy co., Muesday, Oct. 2.
Hermitage, Decatur co, Wednesday, Oct 3.
Decaturville, Decatur co., Thnrsday, Oct.
Gossett's Store, Benton co., Friday, Oct. 5.
Camden, Benton co., Saturday, Oct. 0.
Cbepultapec, Benton co., Monday, Oct. 8.
Turkey Point, Uumub leys co. Tuesday Oct 9
Waverly, Humphreys co. Wednesday, Oct 10.
MeAdo's Humphreys co., Thursday. Oct. II.
Deloberville, Perry co., Friday, Oct. 12.
Linden. Perry co., Saturday, Oct. 13.
JOHN C. BROWN,
N. N. COX.
Nasuviixe, Sept. 15, 16C0.
Tbe Committee appointed by tbe State Ba,
reau of tbe Seventh Annual State Fair ot
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewing Machine, fiud on ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion : the I, M. Singer, Wheeler &. WilsoD, A.
B. Howe, and the Grover & Baker. The first
three named, although differ ng in construc
tion and capacity, still so far as tbe stitch is
concerned, all arrive at tbe same point, ruak
insr what is called and known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, upon whicb nil tbe lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re
spooled. The Shuttle Machine may be used
upon some classes of family sewing with a
degree ol sutisfaclion, but we conceive from
their construction, operation and stitch, their
principal adaptation- is to the purposes of
manufacture. The points we conceive most
necessary and important to -meet the wide
range of requirements in a machine lor fami
ly sewing, we find more fully combined in
ate Grover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, ease of manage
ment, advantage of using thread lrom two
spools without rewinding; strength of work
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch
and quietness of movement. We therefore
make award to the Grover Baker.
JOHN IIERIGE3, Chairman.
C. H. WHITE,
JAS. A. WOODS.
I hereby cctify that that the above is
true copy of tbe original decision and award
of the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair lor 18C0.
L. P. WILLIAMS.
Sec'y. State Agricultural Bureau
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
& Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
R. II. BR0CKWAY,
Proprietor and owner of the Grover & Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee.
Notice to Builders. Proposals will be
received at the office of tbe undersigned Tor
the construction of a frame Church on the
Murfreesboro Pike, 5 miles from this city.
Plans, specifications, and bill quantities, will
be open for examination, from this date, from
8 to 12 o'clock each day.
JAMES KIDDELL, Architect,
ffiff- The Ladies have resolved to vote on
rhe Sewing Machine question. They have
declared for freedom from Ieitber pads, di
minutive shuttles, and windia bobbins, and
are determined to have Sewing Machine work
which will survive the wash-tab. In short,
they are eoinir "to a man" for a new admin
istration under The Grover & Baker.
Edgefield it Kentucky Kailroad
Nashville to Clarksville, Hop-
kiiisville, Ilussellrille, &c.
CHANGE OF TIME,
Commencing MONDAY, September SWi, I860.
Leave Nashville at 6 JO a. u. and 12:30 r. m.
Arrive at ClarksviUe 10:10 A. m. and 4:40 P. M.
Leave Clarksville at 4.-20 a. w. and 3 r. M.
Arrive at Nashville 8:30 a. m. and 6:45 r. a.
Tbe morning train from Nashville connects at Tail's
station, near state line, with Slaughter 4c Co. 'a daily
line or tournorse coacnes lor Uoiacinsville, Ky.. via.
xrenion, rem Drake, sc.
rom rlopktnsville stages leave for Columbus. K v..
rauueau, wuuuanu, zaiuyvine ana ueuaeraon.
ine evening tram from Xasnvule makes close con
nection at State lane with train of Memphis Branch
Kaiiroau to Kussetlvme, Bowling Urecn, kc.
tare irum asnvuie to tlenderaon 4 60.
sepl2A-tf Chief Engineer, KKR.
A New Novel, liy Marion Ilarumd, author of Alone,
Hidden Path and Mos Side, for sale in Nashville by
JOHN YORK k CO.,
u29-tf No. 8 Union street.
"The illill of tbe Cad's Crinds Mowly.''
F. HAG AN
HAS received simoultaneously with its issue In New
York, MARION HARLAND'S NEW BOOK,
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
The Bcene of the story of Aemm is laid in the
South. The time, tbe beginning of the present cento
ry. The customs and events of those days are traced
with fldelity and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
with the narrative, that the reader bt not wearied by
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as familiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their inmates differ little from the
men and women with whom be associates daily. The
pictures of bumble life are graphic and refreshing. In
no other work from tbe authors pen can there be found
greater variety of Incident, more artistic delenoation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
discription, and certainly do other contain a plot to
Unking in conception and to aUy nanagei.
The reader cannot but remark bow irresistably yet
naturally he is borne along by the tide of events.
There is no need after he is once in the current to ex
plain the ominous tittlo that frowns at the top of tbe
page. Before tbe Aemetu is an vailed the reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that
there are hidden springs and secret wires under the
feet and ia the homes of the unsuspecting objects of
ber veageace and tbe pertinent motto of the autborers
fully proves that retribution though aomtimes slow is
Also a fresh supply of the . . .
The following notice of this work is from tbe gener
ous pen of ANN CORA RITCHIE, and pays a just trib
ute to th most successful female writer Virginia has
produced: - . Wlf. CCLLEN BRYANT.
Let this noble production He upon the table, and
enliven the hearth of every true Southerner. Foster
this gifted daughter of the South with the expanding
sunshine of appreciation and refreshing dews of praise.
Stimulated undeveloped genius,, to want in her steps
emulated her achievements, show her honors, and the
cry that the South has .no literature, is silenced fore-
And a large supply of above, and MOSS SIDE.
A fresh supply of RCTLEDGE. ;
I had rather writtea RCTLEDGE than MUX OX
THE FWSL-UtitkorifBevWL. ; v, i
HARPER and GODEY, for September, just received
by " " - F.HAGAX,
Aogil -tf -..- ... Xo. 41 College Street.
r DlckinV IS ew Book. "
SHORT 8TORIB3, Jut received and for sale b
H-tf WafY0RK. fXX
LTOX'S LSECT POWDER!
FOR RALE BY
JUIXS, BROWN h CO,
at - was iwutu
Iter Swincf atacbiao.
Detroit. Oct X Mnf l-cii"'ii for L-ula-tive
and local efrk rs-of the Up)er Penin
sula was neld ou tbe 15th uiL It rultrd in
tbe eb-etioo of ibe emjre Drinocratie ticket
in M ickinac, Chippewa. Ilntishton and .Mar
q'lettecouulies.. J j-n pli-CjuIiuii wm t-h-cted
Senator a l-mocr!tio gain.- .
" Banuok, Maine. OcL 3. Tbe Brcclinridge
State Committee have nominated a full elec
toral ticket. - '
New Haven. Oct. 3. Tbe tow n officers
elected throughout Connecticut, are mainly
Sentence of Ihot. Morsaa.
Boston, Oct. 3. Tbos. Morgan, master of
the Orion, pleaded guilty of being engaged
in the slave trade-. His sentence will be tin?
and imprisonment. Chamberlain, tbe mate,
pleaded not guilty.
From New Vork.
New York, Oct. 3. It is announced tbnt
tbe Chicago and Bock Island Railroad wi 1
pay no dividends at present.
Tbe Directors ol tbe Arlizans JJank bare
applied for a Receiver. Tbe circulation is
aj,00i), and is lully secured.
Detroit, Oct. 3. Tbe Democrats have
fleeted most of the officers iu upper Penisu-
New York, Oct 3. Tbe steamers Saxonia
and Arago, have arrived.
Counterfeit fives aud twos on the Bank of
tbe Republic, in Boston, are circulating.
tbe steamer Cabawba, with Havana dates
of the 28tb. bas arrived; markets were un
changed. Freights scare?.
New York, Oct. '3. The steamer Con
noubt bus arrived at St. Johns, with Liver
pool dates of tbe 25th.
Cotton sales Monday 10,000 bales, of which
speculators and exporters took 3,000 bales
generally unchanged ; sales Tuesday 7.000
bales, closing quiet but steady. Breadstufft
firm, at lull prices. Corn has an adranciug
tendency; mixed 35s6d. Tbe weather has
been favorable for crops in some sections, and
unfavorable in others. Provisions quiet but
steady. Consols 93ga93J.
Londonderry, Tuesday. Ancuna was
bombarded nine hours by the Sardinian ships
Victcr Emanuel has determined to proceed
It is reported that Napoleon notified the
Czar of his wish to join the circle at Warsaw,
to personally dispel the distrust entertained
respecting the designs of t rance.
Lftlo'Janelro Coffee. Market.
Rio Janeiro. August 25. Exchange 2CJ.
Coffee firm and unchanged; sales since last
advices 44,000 bags; daily receipts 10,000
Louisville, OcL 3. Toe river is falling,
with 3 feet 3 inches water in the canal.
Louisville, Oct. 3. Mr. Lorton. manager
of I he Theatre here, died to-day of pnenmo-.
- Boston, Oct. 3. The 6toamer Europa sail
ed to-day, taking out $100,000 specie.
Tbe frigate Niagara arrived at Loando the
first week in August.
Washington', Oct. 3. The contract for
carrying tbe mail from Charleston to Key
West was awarded to M. C. Mordecai.
Daily Patriot Office,
Nashville, October 4, 1SG0
Business is unusually dull for tbe season.
We do not remember to have seen it duller
for many years past.
COTTON There is some cotton on the
market, but there are no buyers.
FLOUR We quote: ' .
Superfine in barrels 15 75C 25
Extra, " 6 757 00
" in sacks, 3 253 50 .
WHEAT This article is scarce, and will
sell readily at$l 351 50 per bushel.
BACON- -There is no Tennessee Bacon of
fering. The market is liberally supplied with
foreign which is selling at the following fig
ares; Shoulders 10J, clear sides 14J; hams
14Jc per lb.
CORN. White 80 per bushel; mixed 75c
OATS. 5560c per busheL
LARD None offering. Would bring 13
MEAL Is selling at 80c. $ bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSENG 3540c. lb.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
910 " lb.; prime to choice 10102c; in
barrels lc. advauce on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10J11 jc. tf lb.,
crushed and powdered 11 J12c: Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c "$ gal.; half barrels 45
48c; .Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c; half barrels 80c; and kegs
(ten gala.) 85c.
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c; Laguyra none
in market ; Java 1920c. "ft lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 60
(5,75c; Young Hyson 40C0; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 b'0$l 75; and Barrel at
400. "ft bushel. j
COTTON YARNS. The following are the !
ugents quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700 j
and 800, 9c. " doz.; 6)0, 10c; 501 11c,
and 400, 1 2c
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2124c
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon,
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for light
weight; 20c forfait weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R.
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN $1.50 per cwt.
HAY $30 per ton.
RYE $1 15 1 25 per bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 per busheL ;
DRIED FRUIT Apples 4050 per bush
el; Peaches $1 151 25 per bnsbel.
market a by Telegraph.
Cincinnati, Oct. 3 Flour dull, 5.00a5,15;
corn 48; Oats 30a3lj whisky 18 J; mess pork
quie', 17,75al8,00; Linseed oil 57.
New York, Oct. 3. Cotton steady, sales
to-day 220 bales; midJling upland 10; flour
dull, Bales to-day 18,000 bbls. 5,25a5,3o; corn
firm, sales 31,000 buibels 69ia70; mess pork
dull, sales 1,300 bbls 19,12al9,20; sugar
quiet, sales 1,000 boxes, Cuba C J, Porto Rico
7a7; molasses, Porto Rico 39. .
Review of the Cincinnati market.
Moxdat Evexwg, Oct. 1.
FLOUR The demand coutinues quite limited, and
the sales few and unimportant. Holders, however.
eem unwilling to make any cooccs4.on8tBo that prices
are unchanged. . The sales were: ....
100 bbls Wort Haml'tm Mils R. W., at.... ....$5 10
80 do Empire Mills R. W ' s 35
2tO do Exira Red Wheat 6 30
100 do do do 5 10
100 do do do, delivered a 05
WHI-KY No change in the market, gales of 1000
bbls at 18X18Jic, the latter rate for a agon.
PROVISIONS An improved demand for Rinn
Shoulders, which caused bolder to put np prices to
0; 8Jo was ottered quite freely. Fur other at llcles
we uearaut no inquiry. - - -..
OIL A sale of (14 bbls Liuseel at 67c. IndieaUos a
continued good demand.
GROCERIES No change in the market; tbe demand
moderate - Suirar (Mo.9(it: Molasaea 4&aU3c.and
WHEAT The market continues dull: buyers are
holding off, aaticipalinc a decline. . The sales reported
were 800 bnah red and white at $1 11; 300 do prime
white at $1 IB; 200 do d.ired, m Covington, at 81 OV;
200 do do white at $1 13: 200 do Hill at tU 1. deliv
ered. .... .
CORN Tb demand is good, aad the market firm at
60c 1 or ear. ia balk, and fur mixed and while
shelled, including sacks, t, . - .v. -
OATS The market Is steadrTwith. tair demaqiat
31c ia balk; "
BYE Tbe demand eootinoe rood, and the market
firm at ?0$71c for prime. Males 1000 bash, ia balk,
o - r
BARLEY The receipt are libera), and ilie roark't
dull, Tint we have no cnange to notice in prices. We
lien- prim 1 fall at !5c anl Fjiriux Kt SV-- J-"a!M
I .V bush .-p-i..g at 75": 100 1 1I0 no at Ki:; j0i do di.
at 4c;-l ao p.ie lull a. l5c.,', -- J ?
IttY Tli" Semmd i fcoort,-ari'f tie-in irk-. firm
fll jH-r ion lor pr.iue 1 i;i.ot!iy , m IhI--.-., i n r-v..l j
f'ltF.E.-F: The market is Qrm. with a fr o t deiiMtd
at I i-l quot.it on--. Slcn4; 0 ln.x.-s W. K-.d !.,ie,SV
lo ll.i.l.l.u g at 10c; ;-U 1:0 K. I', at lie j
I I'TTER lriinu t re'i is in goiii demand at l-'ifflcc
:o- m t rai Oil su ail i . li. I.MIUH10U is iiu (.it 't I lc.
CnuiiLtsro.v, kt. 1.
The s.ihs of Cotton for
three days ere 2iK haies
at prB t ranging tro:n "ifi to 11 X cents
Tiie m vr k. l
was ?eueraliy uuciiau.-eu.
' ; MoiaiJt, Oct. 1.
Sales of cotton to-day 703 bales, Middling at f
cents Tue market was qui.-l. -
St. Louis Marked
St. Lorts. Oct. 1 P. M.
There was a good attendance ou 'Chance this nioru
iug.and aiuot'eiute busiuess was t auauieJ. Tho
receipts of produce were not large, but larger ones
are loo.e t lor. and on tue strength of ibis exjie. ta-
tion, tmlliTS did not take bold of heat very neely,
causi g a heavy markelaiid a dic ine of lJc. Com
wis su-ady. Sale of SOU bbls city t-u, eruue Flour it
ti, free ou board, with a moderate order; business at
previous quotations. Nothing transpiied iu Hemp
ana lat. There was no demand for the runner, ami
receipt! went to store. OaVt were aclive a-id 0. m at
quo a tioos. Provisions ia fair rcquiH, iihealc-sor
Mss Pork at $19; Prime Lard at 13'. cocu in kegs:
Bacon Shoulders 8ic; piam IIan.s U'c Wlibky
steady, and eat s lare.
m J.J BEECH, TO
- (SCCCESSOB TOLL GOOLET A CO.)
Coruer Broad and Cherry Mieets,
i ILL keep always on hand a large and complete
V V assortment of everything kept in the Drug line.
which we will sell as cheap as the chenpet, and as
good as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to the satisfaction
of all good citizens who will favor us with a call and
patronage. JOHN J. BEECH.
- sept is-tr
T H K HOWE
The undersigned liaring the HOWE SEWING MA
CHINES in use in their families, and having thoroughly
tested them upon every variety of work, do not hesi
tate to pronounce llicin the most simple, the most
easily managed, and, emphatically, the 'lA"e Plus
nru" of Sew ing Machines.
Rev Pr Ford, WG Hough,
W X Cart wrtght, Ji U Scales,
Geo A Leiper,
Mrs James nyatt,
" e!R Campbell,
T M Brennan,
W L B Lawrence,
Iir G W Currey,
B W McKinney,
Mrs F. Plummer,
J G Moore,
J W Green,
J H Criddle,
Mrs. K Randlc.
- E Smith,
A W Soulhworth.
P F Hardcastle.
Mh P J Couch,
J C McCrorv,
Hr J W Huddlestou.
Miss II S Short, Mrs S P Hildreth,
MrsSETruitt, - E A P.ichardsou,
M H Crouch, Mrs Mary M Beak?,
" Joel Anderson, Miss Mary T Crai;f.
Mrs L Hays.
Cliftou Emory, John Miller,
Mrs TaDa, .Mrs Williauis,
Jonatlian Com, " TSPattee,
Mrs Sims, . Mrs Gregory,
BB Truman, " Guiltiird,
Mrs S Kiunelly, " Travis.
Capt O W Davis, Clark- A W Davis, Favetteville.
H Herbliu, j ville. MrsG Stroud, MorrUou.
J H Pliilbrooks, Columbia. ELC Witty, '
A P Iarrisli, Cumberland W A Marshall. Rutherford
Iron Works. county.
Mrs E Wyatt,
- Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs II A Girvhi, i-
Mrs fc A lanccy,
J W Dunn,
.Mrs C Know 1 Um.
Mrs S Daniels
J Try on,
Mrs A Gordon ,
John Davis, . -Mrs
ALutBAMA J S Kelly.
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the low
price of $60 hemmcrs included. They gather aud
sow on tho band at tbe saute time, Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, fell, bind, kc. They sew
every variety of work, from the LIGHTEST to the
HEAVIEST, aud are unquestionably the best Machines
in the market for family use. A Premium was award
ed to the HOWE MACHINE at the late State Fair.
COJiE BROS., Agents,
sept25-tf . . 63 College street, Xasbville, Tenn.
DR. J. H. McLEAN'S
ftrcngtnening Cordial and
The Greatest Semedy inlthe World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
entific and Vegc
procured by the
distillation of Roots,
Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Dock, Blood
Root, Black Root,
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
The . entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling.
producing a deli- J "W '
.cious, exbileraung alter taalQ! .
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, aud restoring the sick, suiiwrine
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Back, Chest or Side, sudden flush of IWat, Depression
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any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the skin, and
t ever ana Ague (or uniiis ana r ever
Over a Million of Bottles
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instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when Mc-
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Xo language can convey an adequate Idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated aud
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
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will find McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and all who may have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will lind in
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
TO THE LADIES,
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Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Incipient Consumption, Whites,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Lrinc or involuntary Discnarge inereor, Falling or the
Womb, Giduiness, Faulting and ail Diseases incident to
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will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
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. FOll CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and jon will be convinced.
It Is Delicious to Take.
(.CAUTION. Be ware of Druggiste or Dealers who may
iry to palm, npon yon soma Bitter, or SarsapariUa
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it u Just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's strength
ening Cordial, and take nothing elee. ills the only
remedy that will purity the Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
One tablet poonfui taken every morning fasting, Is a
certain preventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or auy prevalent disease. It is put up in
Price only tl per bottle, or 6 bottles for $5 " -
: t rr: ' i r. . - - j. tt mclean,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Yol
' canic Oil Liniment.
' principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine sts.,
8t. Louis. Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY ft DEMOVTLLE, Nashville,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere.
maylO-duuiAwly - - - ' - - - -
NE Thousaod pounds Potash on hand, and for sate
RAINS, BROWN & CO.
josjr A. Frra... .....'. 4V. ..'i ... .w, b. pcsiii ,
FITE & DeWITX, " '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND SOUCTTOBS I '
. , CHANCERY." 7"
Wilt practice m aO the Oourts of the cnuutiee of
Smith, Macon, Jatltsoaaad Putnam, Will give speeial
aiteuliou to the colieclion of rlainia. Beferences: Fite.
lhepard k Co., Nashville, Tenn. D. Weaver, Cash'r
Planters tuns, Aasnvuie. j. i-.-my, uasnr in ion
V' NI V
tir i;.vsn wanted
AND WHOLESALE DE.LTRS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
Old Bcnrbon, 01dBye. Mononeahela, Irisi.arid
and Appls Brandies; fort, Kaderia- Jtaiaga, Lnantj.agne and Catawba wines;
Scotch and Holland Gin, and all other nue grades or Liquors inat can be '
found in the Western country.
HORSES, STOCK. IT. H-UCE, Ac., TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR ANY o t-UR CUOIs", t-r we es hrr." IjT
Wild or Improved Iimls. at Cash lYiccs. where the lilies are rfivt. tur ti i iij wa! il
of a piece of land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco. Ac, or such au u:SvHin it us iie may
Cash Irices. and take our lay in one-third caafc. and two-thirds in Land. , V "
larlics exchanging Ijindu lor Liquors. Ac, can have the total aiiKt:i.l of the Li" all at one li
clorte tbe trade with us. and order the goods in large or raiall quanlitH, ; nd i ti) y hj-.eut-
meni on earn order up to January , lstoi , or we will sell
cn-dll oa Oie balance.
ve goruanlee our stork to
THE BARXES HOUSE,
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors.
No. 43, Union Street,
FlI$NTSHES Meals at all hours, day and night, mid
bas extensive arrangements for regular suiply of
Game of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wines, and every oilier article of luxury which can
possibly be obtained in Nashv ille. The house is pro
vided with the best of Cooks, and the best apparatus
Ur cooking. Eating Hall fitted up in handsome, com
fortable style. sepS-tf
OOKXKK CKC-Ut ASD CHXKRT STKETIS,
NaabTlUe, - - - Tennessee.
MOO UK, li oprlttor.
I HAVE made extensive arrangements for the receiv
ng of all the delecacies of the coming season of
Fish, Flesh and Fowl; our Ovsters will be from the
most celebrated beds. Pickels and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross k Black ell and
Lea A Perrin, with a large and well selected stock of
Excellent COOKS and attentive Walters, the whole
under the superintendanee of that well known Epicure.
On and after the 15th of September we will be pre
pared lo wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will And this arrangement to their
- JiEMEVBF.R 7HE METBOPOLTTAX. fc
A. V iOXXAUft,
Uni st., opposite State Bank,
TAKE pleasure in informing the public that they
liave recently fitted up a line
Eaihi and Di-iakii J Saloon,
is above. They will keep constantly on hand a good
apply of GAME, OYSTERS, FISH, c Ac. They so-
iicii a su rue ot patronage.
Good cooks aud attentive
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry street,'
HAVING always on hand a fine variety of Soups
Fresh Fish. Porter Aouse Ltaeks, Meals of all kind
and variety. Also, every variety of vegetables ou baud
ready and served to order in the best of style, would
respectfully invite the attention of their trieads and
tbe public to give them a calL
J. K. FOWLER A- CO.
No. 63 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Exiwes Of-
nce, in loioiuidu uuildings. juuc23-tl
Styles for Fall JVow lladj.
UJ E this day iutroduce our Fall Style of "Silk Hats,
which, for beauty of finish and elegancy of style,
cannot be suriasei. Gentlemen of tasle will call au
select oue at the fashionable Hat Emporium of
septl-tf Xo 23 Public square.
The Japanese Hat.
AXEW ptyle of soft Hat, got up very flue and hgh
at the Hat Emporium of
septl-tf No. S3 Public Square
French Soft Hat.
OUR stock or French Soft Hats Is now complete, em
bracing all of the latest styles, which we invito
tue attention or all. A. J. FKANC1SCU, -
Hatter and Furrier, Xo. 23 Public Square, Nashville,
The French Ottar Hat.
T UST received a new lot, direct importation of ihoso
popular nabs,wf imiuu iimireu, tmuufiiu ui uic
Black and Drab color, whicn, for fineness of fabric, can
not be surpassed, at the fashionable Hat Emporium of
septl-tf Xo. 23 Public Square.
The French Pocket Hat.
tF entirely new design just received this day
W by Express. A. J. FRANCISCO,
septl-tf Xo. 23 Public Square.
T IT OXDAY, SEPT. 3RD, MRS. IRWIN will open a
JAA. School for Girls in the Basement of the Presbyte
rian Church , Edgefield. Arrangements have been made
to give a full aud thorough Academic and Collegiate
The Lady employed to teach Music cannot full to give
Mon. P. F. SAXTEL, a native of France, and a gradu
ate of tbe Royal College ot Algiers, win teach reacb.
Spanish, Italian and Modern Greek. - Mon. San lei pre
sents the best testimonials from many distinguished
Mr. R. J. Meurs savs of Mon. Ron lei: He has been
teachinir mv son some time, and this prartical trial of
mm convinces me mat ne ueserves to m uusum tm-
plu-itly as a Teacher of French." "
Ttte regular Rales per session ot lire mom us are w,
$20 and 25. ....
Music on the Piano.... ... ...'.$25 00
Latin and Greek. ,.. 10 OO -
Modern Languages 20 00
Crochet and Needle-work.......'. 6 00
MS 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 Session.. . , aug2s-tf . .
HABITS . JMM00D JCIETf,
A Hand Book for L es and Gentlemen
This Is not, as might be inferred, a collection ol set
forms, ceremonies, points of etiquette, aad conven
tionalism. Written by a person well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a deep tniaker.a sage
reasoner, and a correct moralist. It will becomes
standard work on Habit and Macners,and will And
ts way into every library. For sale by " , i " '
JOHX YORK ft CO.,
No. 38 Union atee
One cf the most rcpular and BencTo!rnt
. . . Institutions is ' i -
Consulting opms, :
On Deaderick . - aeet, ,
NASHVILLE,! TENN E5SEE.
THE Doe lor himself is as old JPractilioner, f-om
tbe old and thu country, bving already 14 years
i a America, having manfully and honorably anr
mounted all Um trials r tne new world, aud bat
tied and eonquored death oflhs whole raoze ot dia
eases of our different climates, doum and North, so
tial the Lime of Lis success ia tna Utatmeutof ren.
eral and private diseases is indisputable, fjr which
be has tbe moat reliable references.
! Special attention paid to disease a Feaiafe and
Children, aad much gratification he teeit, iu gener
al, by being entrusted watt dea peril oases, fvr to
Illustrate uia aauu ao ia conversant wiibtne Aaien
oaa. Freuch and German lanroaxea. and alwava
ready to tender but advico and aervKea wah te-ress,oonacientiou.-neaa
; Persoas at a distance may havo hia avicii aad
medicines by consulting him through letters, U.cloa?
ng a tea, vi rusvumca uox f o. aoO. . ...
Hut Family Kesideocoia oa Korth Market treat. ,
"Extra Fine Corn MeaLU"
AN additional supply Just received per Glen wood
Also, fifty barrels of the cheapeet Food Sc Stock
ia the market. BEXJ. K. hHIEim A CO.,
ruaeli-tr No. ST CoUega traet.
Ecotb. Whislry, Coenac, rrenck, Sh-rry, Feaea
at low tnun s tor a 1-iiihII toj-h i.. -itfL
neasgouil as rnn lelHii.d i:i tinMiftr;
II. Tl I. I K N.
NO. IT MAKKKT STPJ-iT. ST. IjOU-.
- - , . . , i
: - . ,.Cliaucery..pui ;,
Mc-vr It'nWUr thnrn ?
PURSUANT to a decree iH u
Xasbville, ia ibe Sir
Py bus and others. 1 will proceed t
tm Tuesday, S4 Vauber, ISC", uu
lying ou tho norllieru bank of i)"
3 miles froi.i li.e city, and knov
Major Wui-k and lK)r!,t by ' -
TKRM.S. Si..- in.in ..
, 12. I :u.l i-l -
UlU't bxtlTi llltu . ! . .
Bept4-4ls - .
': JCi.i .
I)URSTANT to a Avree .
. Nash ville. m the c.x- of t .
is. CalhariiH llasuuii ar.d i4b -tm
tkt jircmi.-, HVia Mrr. .
all the Heal E-lal.- of' ttL.li '
du-d pos-.-i--d ; lli- tj- f -LulsoO
U'arrm hUiv-t, 7 li-. . .
lt on Jcflerson strv-et of o3 '
Jelh-rson street, in Miacck,
Balsh A W hiteside's aldit:uu.
tfid to be rrmucd by punt. it.
Tebju. 1,2 and 3 ye .r.- ere-'
personal Situritj-ivqiiizr ! l lie :'. ,-
sept4-tds . r ...., .
Vanid Vuhhj th v-..'t.
PURSUANT to a decnv of tho I a:mrv.y "'iirt' at
Nashville, in the caseoi It. ll W.ou:if u.Exr., Ax.,
of lianiel Young, dec'd. m. BR-il"Tii'.i:2.i''Ki- 6t:fcr
heirs and creditors of said Dank-i Voung, . u .. proceed
to sell on the premises, on tYiday, IMtIaJt li', i960,
that fine Farm of the late Daniel Young, :i-.i 4
miles from tins city, ou White's Creek, ounuuiu AOS
acn-s, and with excellent improvements ol' Tvery k:nd
upon it. "-. . 1
Itaa.-i. Creditor 8, 18 and 24 months, with inter,
est- Notes with good security required and payable in
Bank, and hn retained.
See hand bills . . , , J. E. G LEAVES, C. A M.
29 Xcgroe of f Dr, Sdby Edat. '-
nURSI.ANT to a decree of the OiancerytConrt at
I Nashville, in the ca.e of Barrow and lau.k-y ,
Adiur's., of the late iir. John .-i.e'hv, dee'd., r Maria
G. Shelby and others, I will Sell at "public &W at tbe
Court house, in Xasbville. on Saturilay, -e20db,
IStO. 29 Slaves belonging to the estate of Dr. Shelby .
Terks. 0 and 12 inoiilho' credit, with ihtereat,
purchasers to give their notes wifh tw pproved iwn
rities and payah.e in Bank. o.ile absolute and .lLout
At the familv r. si.Ience, in Elreflel.l, rm frUan.
19tk October, I will sell all" kc Fare ilure and other
unsold personal property, of every deKurqitiun, to the
highest bidders. S:x tuunlhr' credit warn interet,
notes to be payable in Bank and to be well secured ex
cept when the purchaser amounts to lens than f 100, ir
which case the cash will be required.
sr;t4-tds J. K. GI.FAYES, CAM.
"' -. ' ' r-" " - i ,
- 3 Xcgroet of the -V. . Ic Yuung estaltfar rale. -
PURSITAN'T to- a decree f tliw ftiancery- Court at
Xasbville, in the ca.se of J.ine-s II. ami.l.iili Youm!,
Admr's of Mark Young. lt- 'd.. n. iv.r-il-i!i Youtur and
others. I wili&ctl at the Court house. V sltrilie, t
Satunlay, IkbttvrlOlh, l.SdO.thu f'olU. -' ) -,--wit:
Susan, Fauuy aud Edward.
Terms. 6 mouths' credit v' li..ut mi-.,-.. , .-
able in Bank, and wilhgoud .otiul -urii . rnjH-re
BcpU-tds J. E. t-LEAYES.'C. c M
An aperient and trtomachic prr
ERG IT purified oi Oxygen and Ca
bastion in Hydrogen, of higl:
itjr and extraordinary efcac.
following' complaints, vix. :
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AiFE ,
CIATIOir, DYSPEPSIA, ,. "'
P4.TI0N. .CaOFULA, 8 AIT I H' ' .
JAUNDICE. iTvr.3. COJTtT: a
TISM. MESCli. ' " T.
JfLTTTEXT FEV-J .' ?
HEADACHES, FL -MENSTRUATION.
PIMPLES ON THE
THE SKIN, etl. -
The IRON being absorbed ; . :
thus circulating throufh UV - - - "
part of the body can etr -rw t;
Tho experience of thoi?a- "
no preparation of Iron c
compared with It Xmpuritk -pression
of vital enerpr, pah
sickly eomplsxione ind.cr.!s it-
most everv conceivab'-; ca.' I.;.
female debility (5nor a:l,i , c': :
fleets ar deliphfu"ly r-.ttymt.:-.- N- rrei'v
has ever been discove.ed. In the whold history
of medicine, which exerts snch prry'rt. vrTy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good ar . : x e.m
plete digestion, rapid acquisition ti s -ietrtn,
witw an nncsnal disposition for act. r n't
cheerful exercise, immediately folio -f 1 u-.
As a grand stomachie and general restorative
it has bo superior and no substituts.
Pnt up In neat flat metal tmxea eontnln?' v
HO.ptUa. prtee 0 cents per anx ; atx t.xr.
$1 544 an wozen boxes. Set- OU. For sale tiy
DroSlats sreneraJJy. AVI 11 be sent free to
any addraaa on receipt of tbe price. All I--tara,
orders, etc., sbooldl be addreaacd t
R. B.XCKJKE & CO.,
.339 VROAUtVAV, H V.
9f. sV Tbe above Is a. tae-elmlle mt th
latMj on eat-h box
A. W. M CALL. O. W. FALL
A- B. MONTGOIEir. Sparlal Partner
:W holesale ant! Ile. i x "tf
DEALER IN "
CDS, CITLERY, - .
" J " " EUtL
Flows, Rakes, Cultivators,
.-:.r AND .
.1 KIRIvM AN A ELLIS? OLD STAND r
34, Public Square,
HAYINti adiled to our alreail v largo fine-. .
WARE aiulCtTTLERY.a liu'aort:at-ui -
QUALITY - - ' " ' --.--'
ltCr AIL. liOOL) j.
FIXE TABLE AND POCKET KSIV
EDGE TOOLS, .v.
MAClllNISTS' Tools, Itnp3emsn-
OraespectftiRy saTisit" seallrra
berjisAruiM of : M t u. A Co." '
erally. - '
( !LVCAIaIa 6 IVt
klrkss It SHia' OWCs?:1 'i -i-$4
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