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' ''.V .. 7fVprtiiifni,''-
.JOHN OB JELL,
OF TENNESiiE. !
OF MASSACHUSETTS. . i
FOR 1BE STalE AT LARUE.
I' Alf.IE I EHOS, ol Snmntr,
X. t. TAI LOR, of Carter.. '
FOE THE nSTEICTS.
I. J. W. DFADFKICK. of Wafhinitoo.
t. O. P. TEMPLE, ot Knox.
3. ALFRED CAU WELL, of MeM...ii.
- 4. S. S- STANTON ol Smith.
5. E. I.GoLLaDaY. ..f Wilsnu.
. WM F. KERCI EVAL. of Lincoln. ;:
7. JOHN C. DROWN, of Gil.. '
8 JOHN F. U TJSE, of Montgomery.
9. Al-VLN HaK1S. ol Carroll.
10. D.B. NAEORS, ol Shelby.
Central Executive Committee. '
Edwin H. Ewig, Null S. I.ruwx. Au
A. Hall. P. W. Maxkt. John Lki i.tktt
John H. Cailendkr. Horace 11. Haki ls,.
FRIDAY MORNING. OCT. 5, ISO).
--' je aula I'Ktat. -
I mm the Slate7 saitl Louis XIV. "1 aw
the State," says Andrew Johnson. And is Le
Indeed? Upon what food has this our Ca-sar
fed, that he has grown so great? How i it
that thia pseudo-king rcvtls in bis might, am!
dares to cet at nought all the ordinary tub's
f policy? Let him answer "I build ucn
the people; my cry Is like that of another o!
my brotherhood, in a former day; pauere jti-
fUt poor people. What are my brother lr.v
m to me? I use them when 1 neol them, l-ui
when they are of no lurlh?r service, or when
they make blandere for which I H nut vi-li
:- to be responsible, I bru.-h them ofl'a.- I wo;il.l
n Intrusive fly." So he sp-aks in Fiilr-tano.
And has it come to this ia Tennessee, that
great party, or what was. once a great j:ir-
. ly, that iu leaders, its Lijch-toned an-.l
naughty leaders, once ready to defy the world
In arms, are brought o low, a meekly to ro-e-ive
the hub of rel-uke ainJ csns-uie. to
pocket the affront of lhg charg-il with
blunders and lolly, and with K-nded knee
and bated breath, to lick the hand that -ui:tes
vhemT lias Andrew Johnson the scourge?
and do the other 1-ad. ra acknowledge tViu
selves to be bat thieves and rol.br-i'-i iu tho
Temple? Let the leadi rs make their blun
ders." quo'he, "I aud the people, o et irtfu-
, will bring them right.''
Well, perhaps it i- not our business p- r
Laps we maybe regarded as stirrers tip o!
' atnfe, but we must be allowed to say that we
had thought fomeihing could be siul iit be
half o! the disruption at Baltimore. That it
was not to b-j ist '-wiped up." as Uncle To
by said on anoi h r occasion, ' and no Lime
talk aboat it' Indeed we thought that there
had been a good deal iu te course ol saying.
. until this Bull of Papa Andrew tame out.
We suppose now, however, "it is fini-hed'
Let no dog bark, no ct mew, henceforward
let no one ope Lis mouth.
It may be that these "rubnii.-sIoLiijt:?' are
Romans, but we Lad "rather be a dog ut.d
bay the moon thin such a Roman.' i! i at
last and at last, chacun a scut gout.
borne thrte wtek- inc, the I'niou ami
,jlrtcan was challenged by the l.tpuh'ftn
Banntr, to a d!icuBion upon Mr. Bei.i.'s opin
ions upon slavery. This was declined. Tiui
- and again D. mot raiic speakers huve bceu
t r-quested to divide time with their Uoion op
ponents, and the r qusl has been rcin- d
From these facts, we have been driven to tic
'Conclusion that the diminution of tiuth is
not the object of the Democratic L-. adrs
that they desire, to carry the Siute by partial
aiatmeQt aud cva-iun. As a.i addni aial
evidence thit si.ch is their design, we publish
'the corrpspondence below which lms ix.ei
handed un by the Central ETecntive Cirann't
tee of our party:
To Messrs. Jno. C. Eorcb, R. W. McCavo. k
and others, Committee. He.
Gvrucii. The undersigned have o'-
berred that Hon. Andrew Johuon and lion
A. O. P. Nicholson, have announced, or
their friends have announced, for liier.i
- list of appointments, extending over l.'w
three divisions of the State. '
Our party has beca anxious hitherto, to
have the distinguished speakers of your par-
,tj met ia debate, the more fully to guard
oar cause against the injustice of es yurit dis
ounsioa. If we are correctly informed, til
fuost all overtures of oar friends of this kin d
have been dcltned. We, therefore, respectful
J ask that ilwars. Nicholso uan l J i:is :i
will divide time with gentlemen of si audi'ig
'whom "we may select t discuss with them
the political question of the campaigii, at
their various appointments. -
' We would bj pleased tu have au early ans
tL U. EWESG,
NEILL S. BROWN,
ALLEN A HALL, ;
: V W. MAXEY.
JOHN II. CALLENDEU,
, . nO RACE II. HARRISON,
Union Central Committee
Nashville, Sept. 27th. 1 8C0.
Messrs. E. IL Ewiog, N. S. Brown, and otb
ers. Committee: .'
UmUHKs : lour note of this date is
just received, in which you ask that Mi-g-rs.
N.choL'On and Johnson will divide time with
gentlemen of standing, wh m you may select
to discuss with them the political questions
of the campaign, at their various appoint
ments.. That your note "hould be addressed
tons U somewhat surprising, as are portion.
of !li contents. ' We lara from the Union a,d
jbmrieam that at various points in the three
dl vklou of the State. Judge Nicholson and
Gov. Johnson have been Invited by citueris
of certain counties to address Democratic
Mass Meetings. ' Over those meetings, or over
the ipeakers Invited to them, we cannot feel
that we have ny control. Your proposition,
with all due deference, it seems to us, would
have been more properly addressed to Uid
gentlemen In the various counties who hare
gotten .up those mectioge
Yoa sy '-Our partf bas beeu anxious
hitherto to have the distinguished speakers
of yur party met in debate,'' the more fully
to guard - oar cu.e against the iujustije ot
irparfr-discnmiou. If we arc" coiTitily. In
formed, almost all ovtrtures of our triends of
thia kind have been declined."' ; ; ' '
We Cannot doaol that you have been very
willing IO have"ibedutinguu'hed peukers'
of sr-party ''met Iu debate, the more tnl y
to gaaxd'i.yow Vcauie againattha.Iiijusiiee
of a part diCBlB,r" but, althongU you
have tad several Mass Meeting In arious
punkas of the State, we have not heaid that
yoa have beta very anxious to have ymr dis
toguUbed speakrrs met in debate the it ore
JlT to gnard botA causee agaitut tne iljbs
. J. mts la one of the most aifreeaUe HeiUUM hoiaUt
m flu. t-ilv. tHl.-rLT. rt-llt. LMJtc.-.T.TO IV-ti
lice to which o i'arhrde. Huriug the fv--s-ent
wetk-your party had a Ma- Meeiin p It
LUis' city? Oae of ttr Iistiuguiaed speak er
as you wert doubtless aware, was iu the it?
during that tlmevaiid upon th Klighteel : in
gestion from your party would have met t.-.r
distinguish d speaker on that occasion. .V
proposition to that eflirt; coming-from t .
w uhl have p rhaps lcen regarded by ,i i
la an unfavural le light, as a breach ol U s
eastern that has hitherto prevailed at pa:y
Mass Meetings in tbis5"tate. -" ' " . v
Our' information is,'that almost all ov' i
turca of our fritnJs for joint 'discutsiod La
been declined by your party. We learn' tL-.t
our friends in Chattacooga have lje n dt.s :
ous rf having a div'iMou tf time aith Gov
S. Brown and Hon. JLr' Clemeud in that ci y
on Saturday, but Lave betu lohl ihat it cou! 1
not t graotfcd. We are also in!.nu-d th it
ihe late e Jwor of lb ? Banner, oo caava-.-icg
the county of Dickso.i, di-cliti' d a divi.-iou of
time. with any democrat except o.ie who was
But, waiviug all. thve thiugs, w.r ;usure
you that we wiil use our jiiilac-uc" to one
of . those - gcntlemcu that you have nanitd
(Messrs. Johnson and N'ahorM;A t- meet in
political' disciiio!i t'.e distins'ii-Tusl 'i;air7
man of your Committee, Hon. Edw'n II. Ew
ing, or Lis no less uls;iuuL-lied as.-ooate ou
the Committee, II r. X. S. Brown, who, you
will admit, stand foremost in :uo list vt your
distinguished speakers tie; Ti. in sand places
of speaking to be-screed upon bythto
C uiiiiiit t,t-. ....
ll' :Sn-eifuily ... -
, J.(.).,J. tlrUCII,
... THUS. EOYEBS.
- ' TRO?. J. WAT.- )N".
A I- FINLEY.
I'- iiH-cr-.iiio S;at.-C. i;!r:'l 'ttimitiee.
Xa-juvii i.h. :. 2.il', lfiiiO.
jltssas. John !C. BcuciiB. W. M.'Gotk.
nod oth-.TS. Committee, Ac:
UKXTLkiiiCN" aout'soi tii-' ".iliiii-l.. was
received yesterday. W u;.dcr.-tand vott as
d.clining in suli.-l.mce our prop-i-:tin. It i
unii"C's.-ary ti go infoyoiir ie;isons fur doing
.!. We L'avo t!i.' p-.:''i"c Iu i!raw tbe.r own
You b'jvtevci" siute that you uiil use your
iailjence to get one of tlei- geniKmen,
llsis. J-ihuron and Xichoi.-on.) to meet
iiher Lil.ia II. En iug or Xeiil ri. Brown in
political discussion: the limes and places ct
.-faking to be a:rrod upon by tho-Cominit-tees.
To I iiis propin-i;i;in atiS'.ver liiut
Kdvvia II. Ewlng will :ii-ei either of the gen
tlemen in political 'iiseu-.-iou upmi tiie tnjfics
of tlu- canva-.-, at viile. at any tiuio af
ter the Tih of October next, the di?ciis.-ioi.
to contiu;te from dH to day until concluded.
Commit U'-s to s. tile terms cf disc, ssion. The
delai- to be reported by competent steiii'.g
r;'.ph'Ts. Ait im.nedi.it" an-wer is rejiiesteil.
r:. ii. kwing..
NEII.L S. BROWN.
AfJ I.N A. HALL.
I'. W, MAXEY. j
JOHN H. CALLKXDER.
HORACE II. HARRIS-jX,
L'nion Cuittial Coinmiitee
" NaSHVII l.r St
Mi:ssb.s. E. H. EwiMi, N. rf. Bioiwv and oth
ers. Committer :
Gextlemk.v : v
In reply of yours nf to-day. in lesp'-nse to
our communication tf yisterday. wo hive to
say that one of the two lieiitlemen of our par
ty, named, wiil meet Hon. K. II. Ewing iu
puliiical di-cussioa afier the 7th of Oetober
next, at such times and places as may be
agreed upon by the two c!nniitters. We
ahull interpose no olyeetioa to ynur h iving
th" debate slenographieally r- porietl.
; JNO. C. BI RCH.
- R. W...Mrr,AVOCK.
' ' ' T110S. BOYERS,
THOS. .1. WATSON,
S. A. FINLEY,
l.'inocratie State CYntmi toni:ni;t. e.
P. S. : NisilVII I.':. t.'t. iM.'lM.H.
Messrs. 1L II. E7.TiTtlils'
Gkntivkn: The (.'ommitie alur t-are-filly
reviewing the correspondence .on. I lie
Pnl'ject above r.amod, have conf-lndel that tlie
aliove ar.wer, which was banded bauk to us,
embrace' all that we have to say on tlie snli
j c . Very rv-pectlnlly.
JNO. C. Bl'RClI.
JL W. Mi: 2AYOCK.
' T1K IS. BoYKRS,
Tn OS. J.WATSON.
S. L. FINLEY.
Nasitvii.i.K. Oct. -l. lsljit.
Mes.-rs. John C. li arch, R. W. M -Gavock fc
others, Commiitce, Ac.
Gextlkmf.x: Yours of ji '2.:h nit. and
2d iast. was received this morning. We reply
that Ihe ofj -ct of our letter of the 27th,
written alter yon hal declined our original
proposition, to bring about a discussion
at Nasliville to -bo continue 1 irooi day to
day in such a. manner tli.it t!n; various tup
les of the canvass might b: d'.-bated, and if
postibl..', 'the truth : arrived at " tii'T'by.
When you say that thc times and places are
to I; fixed by . e Co mil lees, that implies
that there are o b-j ' ore times and places
than one, and this as wo ty-li'eVe, would fail
to accomplish whal should be' the proper ob
jects of a political discu-ion. Again, yon
say "we shall interpose no objection to your
(our) having the debates sterograpliically re
ported. 1 his does not meet onr view. Our
ooject in having the debate t-terographically
reported, is that it might go out endorsed by
both CowaiUUwi, and 1 eireiilatetl among
the readers of b otb p irtie?.; We. therefore.
can regard your.-? of the 28ih aud 2d. as only
a mode cf declining our propo-iilon.
: NEILL rf. DROWN,
ALLEN A. HALL, ' . "
" P. W. MAXEY, -
JOHN LELLYETT, ' ,
- JOHN ILCALLENDER,
IIORACE II. HARRISON,
- .' Uuion Central Committee.
NA?nvn.i.K, Oct, 31, 18G0.
H. Kwixrt, N. Bitowx, - and
other?, Committee: '
GEXTi.KMKX-In 'reply to yours of yester
day afternoon we hare-only to say: we have
nothing 1o jjdiTto or take frnni'oursof the
2fUh nil. ,! : if. liespectfully,
, .'r; i C . w. McGAYOCK, t
V." TU03. BO VERS. . ,
- - TUOS. J. WATSt X, '
. . . ',. S. L. FINLEY, ; .-"
Democratic State Central Committee.
DUetiotun at Jonesborough.;
Gov llirri-aud Kicbrdson allowed Johu
L. Hopkins, Douglas Kueukir, one hour and a
hdf in advance of them as Jonctborough
last Friday, and' he pave them enough to
k p tb-m on the defttaiot throughout.. lion.
Z-b. Vance, t of X. Carolina. . lollowed at
id ht, in a f hrmrt tpeteh, iu favor of Boll
nnd Everett, and riddled the harangues of
the Itinerant GovernoranirFcnatofr;,"'
But weset-oot toi-ay,. ihat Mrj VaHce, on
bU arrival a Junesborougli,. addressed
tiole to the Gweroor requeuing a. divibioa
ol tint". He declined, and referred bim to
ihe Committee of ' Arrangements. This
Committee VeTnsed'at-'flrstr re-consider.'d.
and proposed tbar Vance miht speak lirsl.
limiting Lim' to one hour and a halfTIIarnrt
and Nicholi-ou both following, with unlimited
tune. Ot course ance coulil but decline
uch 1111 eral terms, with "two to pluc'-t one,"
and to apeak on iorsTer.- XnoxulU V hig.
r,' v-.'-jrntspooileuce tA lti fatriut
' -,IHtulon at Uinrhter, ,
-4.-- Wuc3K3rtR, Oct. 1st, 18C0..-
.EirruRS of PamtoT : To-day being Coun
ty Court, quite a numbcrT)f the citizens of
Franklin county were in attendance at this
place ; and from the fact that large band
bills had been" posted at all the public places
of the county, calling the Democracy togeth
er to hear speeches from Hon. J. H. Thomas,
of Maury, and Joel J. Jones, of Lincoln
coapled with the fact that our gifted Colyar
was absent ai Lewisburg, doing good service
fir the Union parly, the friends of Bell and
Everett here eopposed the day would be giv
en up to the Yancey proug of the Democratic
party. But we were agreeably disappointed
to learn that Col. Matt. Martin, of Bedford
wa? here, and that Maj. Thomas agreed to
divide time with him. The ball opened by a
speech from Joel J. Jones, Esq., who, to the
best of bis ability, followed in the old beaten
track of his party such as denouncing Bell
as an abolitionist,' and falsifying his record
generally. Ills spetcb,. however, fell still
born, as but tew tok any interest in .hearing
About .! .ocl:-ck. Col. Marliu look ihe
Bland, and for one hour and a half entertain
ed the audience with one of the best speeches
that has been made in this place since the
canvass, commenced. He proved conclusive
ly, and to the satisfaction ol every unpnju-
diced mind, that the Yanceyiles were aimin
to dissolve the Union read various extracts
from the spi echts and letters of the leaders ot
ihat party, which but too plainly exhibit
their designs. The speaker held up the can
d Mates nominated by the Union parly as the
only ones that sUod any chauce, before the
people, to defeat Lincoln, aud used many
persuasive argument? to induce the patriotic
vuler. of Tennessee to come to the rescue,
and save this glorious Union f.om dismem
berment.' I must sav tbat Col. Martin's
speech was listened to with more than usual
interest by the Democracy of the couuty, aud
were they not misled by designing dema
gogues, who arc aiming to keep the govern
miMit under their control for selfish purposes,
many would be found voting for the Union
ticket. Col. Martin closed by asking Maj.
Thomas, if Lincoln should be elected, would
that be sufficient .cause to di-solve the Uniou.
Maj. Thomas now camo to the stand, and I
did exp'.ct to see every Democrat, at least,
rally around him, to encourage, if not bear
what lie had to say; but in this I was mista
ken. No great anxiety was exhibited in their
appearance or conduct, to hear him no
great enthusiasm. He, like all others that 1
have heard, of his party, labored to show Mr.
Bell unsound on the slavery question said
that John Bell voted with the Abolitionists
of the North upon various questions, and
more particularly upon the reception of Abo
lition petitions his main effort being to
make the people-believe that John Bell, a
native of thu South, the owner of many
slaves, was an Abolitionist whose reeoid,
when propi ly explained and understood.
proves him to b as sound as any man in the
South, upon this troublesome question. Maj.
Thomas closvC without answering Col. Mar
tin's question in regard to the election of
Lincoln. Col. Martin toik the stand iu re
ply. He again askjd and pressed the ques
tion would you, Maj. Thoma, be for dis
solving this Uuion in the event of Lincoln's
election M;j. Thomas rose to his feet and
answered that lie would not be. Col. Martin
then said he was glad to hear one of his par
ty answer thus. He spent the balance of his
thirty minutes iu showing that while the
leaders of the Democtatic party have been
free to charge abolitionism upon Harrison,
Clay, Taylor, Scott, Fillmore and Bell, they
were the warm supporters of Van Buren,
Cass, Pearce and Buchanau all of whom had
avowed abolition sentiments. Col. Martin
fuilhu- staled, and proved by reading from
oue. of Grundy's speeches, that he (Grundy)
had voted, with other Democrats of the
South, side by side with John Bell, for the
reception of Abolition petitions, upon the
ground that it was oot right, but that it was
th: best method to settle and check this
vi v.-d question, never intending to grant the
prayer of the petitioners. Aud just here I
will say, that this was Mr. Bell's motive in
thus voting, and no one knew it better than
th-: Ihn. J. II. Thomas, yet he lacked Ihe
hoaesty io tell the people the tact. Would
the lion. J. H. Thomas like to have his record
thus dealt with? Thomas again mounted the
stand. In his rejoinder he said nothiug new
and created but Utile excitement The friends
of Bell and Ererett seemed highly pleased
with th- efl'ort of Col. Martin, und I now tell
oii we lost nothing by to-day?s discussion.
Yours, " SEWANEE.
I lie Mgns la Texan,
The election of Gen. Hoi'.sto.v, Governer
of Texa-, by the people e.pres.-ly on the
grounds of opposition to the ultra tenets now
held by the Breckinridge democracy of that
Stale, encoarages us to anticipate the most
favorable result there ia November. Since
Gen. HorsTox'rj withdrawal, the public senti
ment has been concentrated on the Union
Ticket, aud erery mail brings us mast encour
aging accounts of the strength of the Union
cau?er The InieVvr ' pa dis'jed at Austin,
tie seat of G - mea n heart and soul for
the cause, ai tjlf fOJ, . mg from the McKiu
ney JIeseng ,8l) j ... the spirit of the Press in
that State: - ;
"IIeee Tiiev Come! The IlaiTibOn Flair,
iB ll.) the Buuham Era, (Breckinridee.1 the
North Texiau, (Houston.) the Sherman Pa-
tnot, (Kuuiiell s paper last year.) the Belton
Independent, (Houston.) the Weather lord
News, (Douglas.) the Qiitman Clipper .(Belt.)
the Centerrille Times. (Houston.) the Austin
Iiiullixencer, (Houston,) thf Colorado Citi
zen, (Houston.) Victoria Ad vocate,( Breckin
ridge heretofore, now Douglas,) the Sesuia
Democrat, (Houston,) the Alamo Express,
(bell.) ineOoliad Messenger, (independent.)
the LaGiange True I-sue. (Independent,) the
Nacogdoches Chronicle, (Houston. ) the Gal
veston Civilian, (Hons ou,) the San Aniouio
IKrald, (Ilouftoii-Brtckinridge,) and some
others, are believed to favor the people's
T - rr- - . r . . t - .
liuioii i icaet. jiosi oi tuem are commuted
to themoveovnt; others are expected to join
in it soon. Huzza for the People's Ticket V
The following from the same paper, shows
what is meant by the "Peoples Ticket:"
'The People's Ticket is composed of two
Whigs and two Democrats, and the object of
its formation is to cast the vote or the State
for the strongest candidates against the Re
publicans, provided it will elect. If the vote
of the .State will pot elect, then it is to be so
cast as to keep the name of Abraham Lincoln
out of the bouse. It this cannot be done,
then the members ol the People's Ticket are
to vote in accordance with their individual
preferences. The actual result in November
can alon deu-rmine bow the vote of the
State should be cat. Let all who love their
country more than party rally to the sup
port of the People's Ticket.". .
The Breckinridge ticket is the only one . in
opposition to this, and from all the indica
tions we have, the "People's TIckcV, which
is emphatically the" Uuion ticket as against
tbe uujttmonista, will succeed by a hand-iome
majority. ; ' ' 2 ; ':
The KnoxyUle ..Whig eays since Mr. Ma
lovu, tbe Douglas Elector tor the second dis
trict, published his card repudiating tbe
Britton proposition; the Breckinridge-Yan-
ceyitt'S are assailing him. " It, Bays they, arq
"telling that Major W. H. Malone has viola
te.! fcls ' agreement' with the Breckinridge
leaders, that they had made htm a Director
in the Bogersville Baak, and let him bare
orjJnustr.d dollar out "of 'tbat"patriQtic Jn
stitution. upon the condition that be was to
withdraw from the coutest" Can this be
true? Caunot Democracy do anything with
out resorting to corruptlqn? , .
A c mi
tltat air. Stephen Apprehend.
respondent of the N. Y.Jitrald re-
k. . T wt.U .Tf ' . TT r.
Ki-uiij pa iii a nan, m xiou. a xx. cTEfiiN"
oi uorgtajjaiia reportea a conversation be
had with Ihat distinguished gentleman.. The
following is an extract: - i-1 . i
JlEroETEB Do yoa believe Lincoln's elec-
. Mr. Stephcxs. I can -conceive no other
result in view of tho discordant condition of.
the opposing elements North and South.
Rep. What will follow?
Mr. Stephens. Undoubtedly an attempt
at secession and revolution. 1 have viewed
with painful apprehension ,'he approaching
crisis ior years past, tuteen years expel t
ence in Congress has qualified me to become
somewhat intimately acquainted with the
temper and fthng of our people; and I am
satisfied- beyond a doubt that, in the event of
Lincoln's election there will be at least an at-
tempt at revolution. There will be blood
fcDilt some mar be bun?: but that th at.
tempt will be made I am certain. I cannot
fr.!.ll h .t ...t T h:A , j
vvii " a ra iuc? uauit; - A I1C UcUIitgl'g'ira
nor stand before, and as much as I deplore
the event I rannot clnu mr vou in tin nn.
Qr,;,.;;"; j j w"
. Mr. Stephens spoke with much eainestuess
on this sutject, and that be religiously be
lt j 1 l . -. . - . y .
neveu r uhi ue saiu was maniicsi irom Ills im
pressive manner. f
Jieetine at Spring Hill.
Therriends of the Union, in the Counties
of Maury and Williamson, will hold a Mass
Meeting at Spring Hill, on Tuesday, Oct.
9th, : when addresses will be delivered bv
Joux F. House, (positively), Neiu, S. Brown
and E. I. Golladat. nous. A. Ewxno, A.
O. P. Nicuoiox and Gov. IIarkis have been
invited, and Mr. Ewing' is expected to at-
teua. Au extra train of cars will leave
Nashville at S a. m.. and Sorini Hill at 5
p. m.. to convey passengers to aud from the
meeting. At Spriug Hill omnibusee- :ind
carriages will be in readiness to codv. y the
people to the place of speaking. - The l:nion
Companies of the Stale have be jn invited.
and several ot them will be present. . Let
everybody, within reach, turn out-
The Skies aee Eri;u r. The Montgomery
(Ala.) Pott of the 1st inst. says:
We have such an aversion for what is
- . .
usually regard-d as . ostentations bragga-
dncia, that wu have actually refrained Irom
alluding to the many cheering accounts giv
en its from all parts of the country iu be-
hair of our cause and candidates. During
t Vta nacr t- lr ' Ii .i trk m it t ta:tli vol i -t Itl 1 ri 1
well informed gentlemen of all parties.
aV . A I II I.. J W,. .1 l
uiuujtM jueiiLseiiMoie auu .uw.uu.tMi p ao-
ters. merchants, commercial men, railroad of-
ne:ais, poiiiiciaus ai-u sagacious e aiesmen.
who have been travelling in various parts of
the country, north, east and west, and all of
them Concur in the opiuion that the race for
the Presidency :s clearly between Bell and
Lincoln. Most of them agree that Bell will
defeat him. and all ot them consent that a
united South in support of Bell and Everett
would accomplish this , much desired o' ject.
Then, is it not clearly the duty ol every
friend of the Union, and every lover of his
country, to divest himcelf of party prejudices
nnd political animosities aud come at once
to the rescue of his country from the bauds
of Black U- publioan rule?
We will give the names of these gentle-
men to any one who may wish to know
them; but as some ot them may not desire
to be made too conspicuous, we do not feel
at liberty to pupbhsh them.
The Brlttou Proposition.
It appears that Mr. Bkittox hits writteu a
communication to the Union anil American in
regard to his proposition for a fusion of the I
Douglas aud anti-Douglas wings of the De-
mocracy, but it basso far been withheld frcm I
ii- u .i . , . . I
publication. 1 he Democrat has called lor It I
several times, but the Breckinridge-Yancey
organ is dumb. Here is the . call made
by the Democrat of Wednesday :
No DodgingFace the lUuslc I
In last-eveuing's isue of this paper we
called attention ot toe Union ana American to
the fact that we had received a letter several
days ago from Mr. Britton, in which he said
be bad sent a commuication to that paper.
setting " himself right before the public, and
had requested us to copy into this paper.
The Union and American published the 'Prop
osition; ' will the explanation appear in that
paper T We again call on them for its publi
cation., or say what they will do with it.
HERE IS TnK COMMUNICATION?
Vancej's Murder of Dr. Karle.
The fact that W. L. Yancey killed his un
cle, Dr. Earle, of South Carolina, his been
stated in general terms, bnt the details have
not been given- Dr. Earle lived one mile and
li ilf moot nf ro.r7.ii . ..-K i i I
a ball west of Greenville, where bis Widow
Still resides, if alive. A lew hundred vards I
distant is au old field, sometimes used lor
oracticiuir on horseback, but mo fr,.,onil
. , . . H ""j i
... . . . . xuia nam
the occasion of a Drill-muster, wheu Dr.
Earle's son, about ten years old. went on the
ground, as all boys seek to do, and during
their wheeling and turning, the boy got in
the way. Yancey ordered him to get out of
the way, but the boy, in his confusion, got
more and more in the way, whereupon Yan
cey lasbed him most unmercifully with a
tiorse-wuip. - ur. fcarie was not at home, but
on returning home through the town, a friend
" v-iuci.jr auu'y naa treated nis i
son. yr. tarie caned on Yancey for an ex-
ulanation Yancev Kd.l him that tho h.
a j - vumb tuv Ttrvj u cava
been Tery insolent, and that he bad slapped
bis jaws. Dr. Earle replied that be had served
him right. . When Dr. Earle reached Dome. I
aim learueu tne tacts, ana found that i ancev
.1 Jit- A ... I
had lied to him, he returned to Greenville in
search of him. Yaucey knowiug tbe pluck
of Dr. Eirle.'and that be would be detected
in the falsehood, prepared himself for a fight.
Dr. Earle found Yancey on Dr. Crittenden's
porch, and in marching upon him was shot
down by Yaucey wiih a pistol. These are the
tacts as we have them from one brn and
reared in that vicinity. The tact that he tw
convicted upon tiial, and imprisoned, and af
terwards Ucame the subject of Executive
clemency, corroborates the truth of this ver
sion. .This is the man who procured the dis
ruption of the Democratic party, and tbe no
mination of Breckinridge! A'kox. Whig.
A frieud of ours, who has been se
duced from the Democratic faith like all new
pro.-elytes, being very zjalous in the cause,
recently sent a lady a pamphlet copy ol
Breckinridge's Leaiugton speech, with the
request that she would peruse it. She very
complacently returned it with her thanks,
e.ating that she bad "quit reading light litera
ture." Mem. Appeal.
. Itearlntr Children, v
' 1. Children should not go to school uulil
six years old.
2. Should not learn at borne duriug that
time more than tbe alphabet, religious teach
ings excepted. ...
3. Should be fed with plain substantial
food, at regular intervals of not less than four
hours. f V4 V . l C.- J , ' i .
4. Should not be allowed 'to'eat aJuy thing
within two hours of bed-time. - ;
- a. Should have nothing for sapper but a
single cup of warm drink, such as very weak
tea of some kind, or cambric tea or warm
milk and water, with, one slice of cold bread
and butter nothing else. x V-.J
. 6. Should sleep la separate beds, on Lair
mattresses, without caps, feet first well warm'
ed by the fire or rubbed wilh the hands .un
til perfectly dry : extra covering on the low
er limbs, but little on the body.
7. Should be compelled, to be out of doors
for the greater part of daylight, from after
breakfast until half an hour before sun-down,
unless in damp weather, wBen they should
not be allowed to go outside tbe door.
. Never limit a healthy child as to sleep
ing or eating, except at supper ; but compel
regularity as to both ; it Is of great import
ance. ' " - 4 A
9.' Never compel a child to sit still, nor in
terfere with its enjoyment, as long as it is
not actually injurieus to person or property.
or against good morals.' -
10. .Never threaten a child: ft is cruel, un-
j nst and dangerous. What . you .have to do,
do it, and be done wan it. . - .
II. JeTer"8peak harshly or anjrnlv. but
mildly, kindly, and, when really needed, firm
lyno more. v,'. r ' '': ..' :
12. By all moans arrange it so-tbatthe
last words between you and your children at
bed-time, especially the younger ones.' shall
be , word of unmixed lovln guess " and RlTpc
tio'n 77itf"i Journal of Health.
What la the first thing a yoong lady looks
fre in .-.
t ., i'kjibiutji was awntuva - to im" . JUJ ,, ,, .
. T:"ver li)th:er-;;.wj3g Mafcbloe, over ' -
tJmmmmmm r- yl'
4 I.onUTltle Barea.
Wooulawx Cocbse. Tans' DiT-ft.L
I joia f -1 . .' ' r' - - - i
i vOvv. jane nests three best in fire, for all
I ages. :
1 J- G- Murphy's b g Starlight, 4 rears. .
o V i i 41
2 12 6 13
I Gratsb r Veigey vn'
Jas. Shy ' ch m Laura Brace 4 years
I.-by Star Davis, jUm by. Do- IjTfXZ!
.- Alexanrter's er t lvr. a- " 8
, ujr iAjiiugiun, asm Iris by
Z. Ward's eh e Poje S igert, 3 years
old,byCiencoe,dam sisier to Flea. 3 3 3 ro
TfnnPA A llnftama l.:i.AJ
1 C""SCe, . llaDaia Kailroad
I "ASt6ck "
I . .
T U"V '!L KsbL narea f Stock. auUcr order of
I Building Lot!--.-VillC StrCCt
I . .... . ... '
i -v"1 ?ra.er 01 .u"-s. 1 p to u
I r.aii ll
rV L;yans; t1-? side t vine s,r,t-a'1
w .1 " - " "c '"--" " "- sine ana anotner ut
me rear. -. .
I am also anthr.rix.vt to .11 tl. tvhi... . j
lue two tola united together make 90 feet front, and
in thia case would have an alley all around. - :
Ikrre U no other such pirett of vrooertv offered far tale
in thit city !
Private bids will oe received at my offlee. and the
property exposed to public sale at the court house iu
this city on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 13C0.
ship at 11 o rlocl; prccisclv. J. K. U LEA VIS. CAM.
et O.t l.
Valuable Lot ou Vine Street.
Kear tlie Capitol. ;
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville. I will offer at public sale on the iircmi
ses. on Satnnl.iv Ort "Tth nut ihn
8.''!e.of ine street, near tho Capitol, known as th-
S7iST" HTM e than t,ix may
inw is good roperty. and well worth the attention
of both those who want bti Miri". Iixs fm-thoir nn n i
and those who want to invest for profit. .
Terms announced at sale. Sale to commence at 12
o clock. fOct.a. tils! J. Fftlnv,s i-1 l
AtrajJ3t A- EVERETT Maaagkra
Friday tvenlnc, Oct. 5. I860.
Will be performed the beautiful five-act play of the
I Th" Performance will commence with Coleman' areut
I flair i U
Play, iu three acts, railed
THE IRON CHEST!!
Nonce. On and after Mchi.I ic w-i i ,i
rise at 7j o'clock.
. Business XolK'c.
r pHE subscribers having sold out their stock of Gxda
I to Mr. a. Jenkins, of this city, feel pleasure in
I ""'uiminuuig mm w ineir iormcr customers, und be-
.uiiwicei me paironage so liber-
B 'i ltfiJ
I munity will enable him to give entire satisfaction to
I "ur IO"ncr irienas and customers.
MCHOL, GREEN & CO.
Nashville, Oct. 1st, 1S60.
A . J EN K IN S ,
(Successors to yiehot, Green c Cb..) ' -
Comuiissiou, Feed and
AND DEALER IN
BarOu, lard. Com, BttEWaX. Drittl Frnlt.
Flaxseed, &c, &c.,
Xo. 5, College Street,
T'HE subscriber .having purchased the stock of
Messrs. Nichol, Ureen t Co., intends continuing
me nusinessai tueiroia stand, Xo. 5 College street,
and Lopes bv a strict attention to hiiEinnu m .
portion of the paironage so liberally extcuded to the
KS foru sland He ScKiS2S.2
8lCOI"rnolate and supply on the most advantageous
terms their wants in his line or business,
Ho ia now enabled to offer the largest and best selec
ted stocK ever ollered in this market, consisting in nai t
of the following articles : . .
20 Caks Bacon Sides;
15 - " Shoulders;
15 " " Hams;
JO Barrels Lard;
4000 Bushels Mixed Corn; ,
4000 " Wlnte '
600 Bags Extra Family Flour;
2 0 Barrels Superfine
500 Bags Bran;
300 - Meal; '
100 Seed Rye;
100 " Jt -ditcrauean Wheat;
100 Barrelj Hydrau io Cement- - -
I;5 Bales Fodder; . - - '
S00 Hay; r "
100 Barrels Potatoes; ' ,
He will also pay CASH tr auv of tha f..ll..u.inr
arlicli-s : .
Bacon, Lard, Dried Fruit. Featliers. Beeswax. Ginl
senit, Flax seed, and the produce of the country gemv
ocu-tr. Xo. 6 College St., Nashville; ;
Auction Sale of Liquors.
Friday morning at 10 o'clock, BEN F. SHIE
CO. will sell in thoir frout Auction Rooms a L
-- r- , .......
t f ft - i.uiuiajo
h iraico urauay, ttouruon, Kohertsou
county and Cincinnati whisky, Gin, Peach Brandy,
Malaya Wine, ChampaUm Wino. assorted brand- Gin.
assortment of French Braddy, Bourbon, Robertson
. ... jM-ii iu iuvii iruui AuciioB iwoms a large I
pPr iirandy Sails, oda, spices, Coil Rope, etc., to
tne rVIunant of Liquor. Irstablishment.- bale
jrosiiive ana wimout rus rve for cash on delirerv.
Central Auction Rooms opposite Sewanoo Hotel.
oct4-2t - , v (
M. A. PAEEISH &! C0.j
Produce, Commission . . !
AND " " .y " L !
. . ... u'"""
Fronting on Collese and market ats.. I
eonth or Broad,
ll,lsu . ClIUC!!!See.
- - HAY. : .. ,V ,
500 bales prime Timothy just received and for fale
M A PARRI3U A: CO. ,
. BALED OATt '
100 bale prime Sheaf Oats, just received ami for
MA FARRISH kVO. :
. .. . - CORN j
4000 bushels Shelled Coru; ........ ,
1000 . Ear " . . . .
Just received and for sale by MA FARRISH & CCK.
- - SEED RYE.
100 bags No I Rye, just received and fur salo cheap
b' , .. MA FARRISH t CO.
. CRL'SUED CORN. ,.
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
. i . M A PARRlsH & CO..
CORN MEAL. -
250 bags flue Corn Meal;
100 Bolted i
Juct received and for sale by
M A PARRISH At CO. ,
WHITE AND CLACK. OA1S. . ' I - "'.
1000 bushels White Oats; - - ... .
800 " Black " y ".-w
Just received and Tor salo by M A P.VRRISH A CO.
200 barrfl Northern INrfntoes, )ust received and for
M A FARRISH A CO.
WHEAT BRAN. . - .
300 bags Wheat Bran, jist received and for aide by
.. . . -. . . A PAKKiS4 0i.
'. 1 ' i . i i i if
.. Most of tho above artaJes aru on cons ignj meat, an
well as many others not mentioned in tbe above lwt,
all of which will be sold cuuap in order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those .wishing
goods in our line would do well to call aud examino our
stock before purchasing Ttee where. -
or'3-tf ; . ; ' M A PARRISH&O). .
. , For Rent. or Lease, .
I HA VEa (rood Brick DweUinr, with four rooms '
and twenty acres of excellent land and plea
ly of good water.- I will rent or lease it from Jail
one to Ave years- Situated oa tbe Notaasrula Turu
pike adjoining tbe corporation line. .
- aug2t-iawu - - - - .
, wili uh c. twrr.
SCOTT & BROTHERS,
A Commission merchant. V?
NO. 9 LOfTFTSTREET,'"
WE would invite the attention of oar fi-iends to the
fact that there has never been any change in the
style of our arm, and that there is uq probability f
beau; any t: , , T .. - , ocU-3in';i
PALL AND WIATElt STOCK
. ..... -. nv - ... w - .
AJ7D ?UilKI8HIK(J GOODS. '
tl.-wtncr arrivad honiA fmm th. r....v t -'
beg leave to" inform my custouiers and
lh puiilic geaaraUy, tkal Iliavti reccirTHl
and am receiving a large and handsome If T
aaaurlment ot - -" J , ii-VTi S- r .ai.-n
'" CLOTHS, V
AHTJ VESTITQ3. I
Which I am prepared to make up in the matt fatkiou
..1. . .. .k.- i . . .. ,
M' M .fT-., MW k i . ITT MWrHW, BUVMvt.
, Jbeea wneat. Seed wheat,
X J J lr th umrkrt . Just received aa4 lor fi
X. A. PAKEirti- 1
Don't fall to look to your Interest by Adver
" Using In the
, DRESDEN 1HER0E.
THE first number of which be lamed ca Auur
dur, the 13th dar of October. Tiut N'anhrUle A
I North went liailrood passes -through this piac. ana
I wilt juvui w rfunnlntiMt nrhu) a gf.il tvirtiA. a f K
trade of this ptece wiU be iure to go to uisbrulp. if
uiv advantages v me car are placed before toe peuplo
tiead.ooyour advert ismeou at oace. and Uier will
IDOeur in ttat Orel Itnnlw. nf Ik. fiw Unrib
appear in the first number of the paper. Advertisers
need cot wait to make persocal agreements, aa we ia-
k aonere sinrttrto ttie. published rate
; - Address ; , ; , RO. O. ADAMS.
octl-tf Dresden. Tenaeb--
iew York Daily Heraldw
Rvived daily br
JOHS YORK CO.
k Ko Si L aioo street.
" Ai Public Sale.
ON" SATURDAY, the 6th October , at the Cburt AuL.
" " , mu v
tlie hiifhest bidder, a valuable House and Lot. situaied
in. West Kashrille. in McN'airr'a Addition on tha
corner of McN'airy and UcGarock Streeta. The bou.se
7; . ThTr
I McNairy street to an Alley. Thia ia m rare chance to
1 knr 7 i " -
- I Z"J ?""!-"" - BhisuwiKiua.
I lerma maao uwwagu iajr Ol sale, ior particular
cuiuire i h
GlOSCOCa; h NEW30M.
SUu es for the M Ulion.
SSYiER &FRIZZELL s
HAVE la store, a large and superior stock of Boots,
Hhoes and ;a:tors. to which they call the atten
tion of all who wish good shoes and at remarkably lorn
Our stock for Gentlemen is largo, and embraces
every varieiy, ooiq sewea ana peggea. The ladies
will bod every stylo of Gaiters, with and without
heels. Also, Slippers, Butklns, Ac, for Boys and
-Youths, Misses and chiMren. We have a larce stork
an! of every variety. . .
Wo would call the attention of Planters to oar PRK.
MIVM BROGAN", which is a most superior article.
Also, Kip and thick Brogana, Dutch Boots for women,
heavy double sole thick Boots. Our utock of Boys
Boots and Shoe, for fall and winter is large and good.
We have taken unusual pains in getting up our .lock
this fall, and we are satifned that we will give satisfac
tion and inducements to all Cash and prompt paying
customers who sliajl give us a call.
oct3-tf b v o
P. W. MAXEY & CO
NO. 46 MARKET STREET,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Wrought and Cast Iroa Cook Movts.
AND every i-i-ty of heating stoves. Grates, Tut
plate, Co.... . , Iro- , Wire Zinc. Jaoaned. nressed
and common Tinware, Brass Kettles, Fruit Cans and
; Jars, Copper bottomr . c, to. Are now in receipt of
a large and well assoi i i stock of every article usually
iu wit-ii uue ui Business, wnicn mey are deter
mined to sell low for cash or to punctual dealers.
Job work of every kind solicited ana special atom,
tion given to it. We are also prepared to do Hoorinf .
Guttering. Ac, in the best manner possible.
I f BARREL? COAL OIL, superior article, just r
X Wceived and for sale low bv
RAINS, BROWN A CO.
BLACKJtlAJV & GILLESPIE.
Call and Kxiiuilne.
We know we can please both 3 to
PRICE A-'D QUANTITY.
Just received by
JOHN YORK &.
NO 88 CXTOX STREET.
THE MOTHER IN LAW, by Mrs. Soutnworta, Au
thor of Lady of the Isle complete in 1 vol 41 S.
Language without a master.
Latin, Spanish, French, Italian and Germaa langua
ges without a master. Any one, or all of tbese lan
guages can be learned by any one without teacaer
with the aid of this book. Price II 23. ortl-tf
JFine Wall Ppers.
A LARGE assortment of stamsed golds and Freaca
Decorations, just received. Also several kuadred
patterns low priced glazed and la ot paper.
'I erma Cash for all small bills.
Paper Hanging done in Lue best manner.
W W FINN,
No 28 Public square,
octl-lm Corner Deaderidt et.
' The GrtEfbfnbcrs Vegetable Pills,
ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD FOR FAMILY CSB
INDIGESTIOS ' C058TLPATI0H HEAD
ACHE NEE VOUS HE ILLI0TJ3N ESS
HEAKTBTJflN-ACIDirY-H ATJ8 E A FLAT
TJLENCE WAKT Oi? APE fITE DYSPiLP
SIA L1TEB C4JJIPLAIHr--OEIPL03.
On account oi their great mildness, and from the
fact that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave tbe
bowels in a coustiputed condition, the Gnefhenbera
t .1 1 1 . :ii i r a . . . ..
r his mw iouuu more pieasaDt man any otner.
4fJ-Price 24 cents per box. On tho receipt of one
nll.. f..- Y. ..... . . : I k. - . V ... r
i , n t. ,1, trr- r u v u w iziau. tree oi uosaffe
ut any i-ari ih iu couairy.
MACKENZIE k MXNCHTN,
No. 14 Co liege street.
T UK HOWE
The undersigned having 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 them the most simple, the most
casuy mauagea, ana, empnaticauy, toe ".v flvt
Ultra" of Sewing Machines.
W T Cartwright,
W G Honga,
H G Scales,
' Mrs James Wyatt,
- : R Campbea.
, TMBrennan, -
W L B Lawrence.
Dr G W Currey,.
B W McKinney,
Mrs E Plummeri
J W Green,
J H Crlddle,
Mrs. E Randle,
. " E Smith. .
Geo A Leiper,
M renter, -
A W Souihworth, j
Mrs Lockhart, - .
" 8 Ase, .
ENavagb- . ,
SC Rogers, .
A U Beech, - i
i Mrs P J Couch, . .
" L Newmauy
tv xi Mincnin,
Dr J W Huddleston :
Miss HS Short, . lira S P HildrctU,
Mrs S E Truitt, E A Richardson, '
MH Crouch, Mrs Mary M Beata,
' Joel Anderson, ' M.iss Mary T Cr,
, - , . Mrs L Hays.
." " '. .. FR.VNKIJN. OOIJNTY. .
aifton Emory, ' - John Miller, -Mrs
Tana, . . . - Mrs WUIiam.
Jonathan Corn, - - - Ta Pat toe.
Mrs bims, , Mrs Gregory. -
B B Truman, -""- - " Guilford, -
aira o &inneuy, - " iravis.
Capt O W Davis, Clarks- A W Davis, FayetterlTl.
H Hnrblin, . - f Title. MrsG Stroud. Morrteoa.
J H Philbrooks, Columbia. E LC Witty, " -
A P Patrish, Cumberad W A Marshall, Ruberford
... - i". .. KENTUCKY. . .
I , . Mrs M A Glrvin,
f - Mrs E A Yancey,
, , Lafayette Smith.
' - 3 WDonn,
" Mrs C Knowltoa-.
Mrs 8 Daniels
. JTryon, . .. .
Mrs E Wyatt. -
A Stocked, -
IMC Itann, -Mrs
Mrs U Davis,, .
ALABAMA J S Kelly.
' These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at the low
price of $60 benuuers included. Tbey gather and
sow ou the band at tbe same time, Stitch in cords
without fastening, hem, fell, bind, Ac. They sew
every variety ot work, from the LIGHTT to the
HEAVIEST, and are unquestionably the best Maeaioes
in the market for familv use. A Premium was award
ed to tbe HOWE MACHINE at the late State Fair.
t 'l COJiE BROS., Agents,
sept25-tf ; 63 CoUeje street, Nashville, Tena.
w .. POTASH,
ONE Thousand poands Potash, on band, and for sale
by .: .. RAINS, BROWS CtX
sept23-tX :.. ,,, . . ... . ...
JELxtra Fine Corn Meal.
AN additional supply Just' received per Glenwood
Also, fifty barrels of the cheapest Food lor Stock
la the market. ; -. RENJ. V. SHIELDS A CO.,
jun14-4f No. 27 College street.
Dissolution of Copartnersliip
A UD AU IU V OA, r A , va A W. tv. , .M " v..
dissolved by mutual consent Messrs. SauBey and Ber
ry retiring. The remaining copartners have taken into
their buainea, Mr. R. A. ALLISON, late of toe House of
Allison, Anderson k Co., and tbe business will be con
dueled, as heretofore at the -old stand, No AI. Public
Square, under Ihe tuune and style of
sept21-lm Itiiut-K, jyjliiHJ tu.
JVEW firm! . t.
The norsined haviiur sold their interest ta the
basinms of SauOey," Porter A Co., to Melon. Porter,
Johnson A Co.. Extiusive Wnolniate dealers In Hats.
Caps, etc. etc., lake pleasure ta recommending the
new arm to tne continuea coanaence or taeir old
i friends aud customera and to th public to geaeral.
, 2 -H.C.&XVnj.',-
WE will pay the aigherii market prkSr Feathern,
.Boeswax.Geasang, Drvi rmrt, Lard, etc , ta
riharCaeb or Groeer tea," J.
BtXn McCRRA k CO.
DicSLln' IMew Doolc,
VOC A QUL Alt Y OF PfllLOSO.
W. T. BERRY & CO
OXYE JUST EECEIYED
- S ro. ...... - . t-v. .
WISfER'S G&AUMAB tP KW TES f A M VXT DICTION
1 vol. ft v.-; ; -
rftLPIT THQCES AXD PRK tCHKR'S ASsInTAV r Out
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THE WORKS OF WASHING-
TON IRTO. G.
'-I rauaot herltate te predict for aim a deathless re
nown. a e In his pages we see that the
lantfuas of the heart aoverbecomes obsolete ; that
Truth, and Good, and Beaaty, tlx; ottpriog of God,
are aot subject to the changes which beset the iavea
ttoas of ajen. We become satisfied that be wboee
works were tk delight of oar Cithers, and are still
oars, will be read with the same pleasure by those
who come after us." trSUa OuUem Bryastt. !
A few sett of the beautiful Sunnr-Sid Editioa,
Tutled paper. Jn-t received by
W- T. IIKRIIY fc C(ln
T2d Public Square
Chancery Skies for Saturday,
October 6th, 1860.
Site to take place in Ot Cmeutcen Qmrt Roamx, at Omrt-
-vc, m. mc orxirr or u tutvautrmatts Mow, and ft
ee commented at iO o cto prrcLteltf. .
PCRSTANT to a decree of tbe Chancery Court at
Nashville, in tbe ease of Young A Canma v. Ii.
JLDWr' 1 wj" " at the CourVhouee In Nashville, on
J". 1SS0; a certittcate for 100 aharea
of Stock, tseued by the Hopkins, Mastodon Coal ft Iron
Mining and Manufactujlng Companv. The said sharee
being $100 each, and the certulcate No. S18.
Terms cash. J. E. OLEA-ES.O. k M-
TrS8UAXT te a decree of the Oiaacery Court at
October 6VA, 1S0, 3 Lett on Woodland ttrett, ia Ed
fteld, M by 1TO each, and kaowa as Nos. 96, fll and is.
on the plaa.
Tmunj. , 12, 18 and 2 months credit, with inter,
est from day of sale and without redemption. Notes
na appro m ftru-nw requtrea and lion retained.
J. E. GLEAVWi. CAM.
PrMSTAVT to a decree ef th Chaarery Court at
Nashville, in the cae of Irby Morgan, Adminis
trator. Ax., of Miles W. Atkfcou m. heir and credi
tors of said Atklrieon. I will sea at the Court House to
Nashville, oa Saturday, October 6, 1S60, AUcUok
hotue and lot an iroodiad ttrett, to Edgefield Lot 72
Tkb3, 12, and 18 months credit, with intera.
Security required aad liea retained,
eepio-lds J. E. G LEA VIS, &.ktL
PntSTANT ta a dcrc8 of the Chaiv-erv Court at
Natrbvlue. to the case of Charles H. LeKueor
David B. Hicks and others, I will sell, on Saturday, Oc
tober , 1W9, at the Court House In Kashrille, tie Uick
sum oa mm jrooauma area, in tuogeOttid. The lot
has a front or 161) feet, and runs back 1T0 feet to aa
Hey, and is made up of lots New. 12, 13 and 14, to the
plan of division. The improvements are new and of
good style. -
Tkilk 8, 12, 18 and 24 months credit, with interest,
and sale without redemption. The purchaser to give
good personal security, aad a Ilea to be retained.
septa-tds J. K. G LEAVES, CAM.
PURSUANT to decree of the Qiancery Court at
Nashville, to the case of Wm. G. Swindell m. Sa
tan Miller I will sea, at tbe Court House to Nashville,
on Saturday, October 6, I860, tee tot on Woodland
Urtet. to Edegneld, CO by 144 feet each, aad being lots
No. aad 13, to McRoberts aad McA.ee plaa fSee book
21, page 38 ) v
Tkrhs $300 cash oa each lot, and for the residue of
the purchase money a credit of e, 12 and 18 months,
without latere. tfecurMy required and lien retained,
epto-tds J. E. CLEAVES, C. A M
PURSCANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, ia the case of G. S. Shaman it. John
Q. Flynn, I wills. I, at the Court House to NaehviBo,
en Saturday, October 6, 1860,
fatfey, and also the unexpired lease oftko home and
lot, mentioned in the pleadings. This is understood to
be a lease of the bouse and lot at the intersection of
the Gallatin aad the Whites' Creek Turnpikes, to Edge
fleid, which is to expire oa the 1st January, 1862.
Terms of this sale cash.
fieyt-ttS - J- E. GLEAVRR, C. it M..
PURSUANT ta a dcre of the Chancery Court at
Naahvllle, ia the case of C W. Nance and J. H.
McDonald e. W. H. Croathwait, I will sell, at the Court
House to Nashville, en Saturday, October 8, I860, m lot
on tAe Murfree&oro Turnpike, known aa No. 6, to lr.
wtn'SDlan. Front 42 feet widc.mr&l cilu..j 1
""d l moothP, without interest. Se-
eurity required aad Ilea retained . aad sale tree from J
J. E. CLEAVES, C. U-
PrRSCAXT te a decree of tha CLancery Court at
Nashville, to the case of Eli L. Woods i. John
Longbui-t, I will sell, at the Cburt House to NatbvUle.
oa Saturday, October , I860, lot Aa. IT, to the pUa of
Tanas men tha eredit, without interest. Stvuritr
lirun tWU llTTa inillKTA.
el-4' J. E- GUUVES, C k M.
"PCRSTANT l a derree of tbe Cbanrery Court at
-- nimviia), iu uw cate 01 ABorew jonnaton vt. vm-
vki u. Aueo. and m accordanoe with aa agreement
entered Into by the parties interested, I will sell, at
the Court Houee la Nashville. n Saturda. Octobtr 6.
I860, David M. Allen t tno on Market ttrett. toutk of
onwu; lobuit-rcx oy ai. Anas ropeny can DC Dougat
" J . I . AM . . . T . .L 1 . . .
ior icb8 tnan tne rosa 01 tne aoube. Hale absolote, and
a credit of Y, 12, 18 aad 24 months, with Interest, aad
free from redemrM fr .. Security required, and Ilea re
tained. . ScptiMds J- E. CXEAVES, C. If.
PURSUANT, to a decree of the Cliancery Court at
k-uknlU It. K U I. ,
- AMmoAi. im. u. v v. - -i 'ii .trpUKUB, AlUDITie
TlV v-V--1It .1 i. i. .11 1 - 1 k. -. J ...
W MA. 7v..i IKMJr. il 'A, IV. UFU Tt mOfA CTCUllOTB
of said M. McvKaUy, I will sell, at the Court House to
Nashville, en Satoirda. Octobtr 8. 1840. (Ac koumt and
lot of Ott McXaUy atalt, oa Cherry street, south of
aroaa, wniea was aasignea to tne wtaow as her dower,
tint being a tale of tXe property, subject to Mr. McJS'oi
ly't lift right ia tame.
Tsaas 8 and 12 months credit, with interest- Tmr.
chaser to give note wKh satisfactory secarity, and liea
m oe rvftrBiui!.
scpth-tdg J. U GLEAVEBjC. t M.
- ... .....'.
PrKSCANT tn decree ef tbe Oiaocery Court at
Nashville, to tb raee of John Malbwy r. Joaiah
MaUory aad others. I will aeil. M Saturdam. fVtWirrr a
laO, at the Court House ta Nashville, the following
valuable property, to wit : The MaUorw rtatilenat m
AmA Clerry ttrt, wHk 165 feet ef ground (next te
MaUory tVv)alorherl. The remain dc, of this vn
of property, ITS feet, divided mio lots. One lot ef 163
teet front 00 South College street.
a 1. S aaa 9 years credit, with interest, r-rr-
cepi at to eaek to pay omit and 0900. wkiek trM ft
cniltritd on mouse lot) Furchaxra to give nut" with
RatitJaclory fcurii 7 , aol lieu to be reta loed.
wyi-w J. E. ULEAVZS, r. k X.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chtacrry Court at
Ki.hru)e, to the case ef Wm. Fox aad wlf tx.
Frank aud Rilrj Rowroa, I wUlseU.at the Court House
to Nashville, on BattKtay, Octobtr 4, I860, Aonac and
hat on Lrtmtm JWiwtr, ia SkmUi Nashvlue. Lot ban
a froel of 40 tee. ----- - -
Tauta land 2. years credit. - Ke4tobsartBtercst.
aad to be paysMe ta Baak. Security required aad
lira retained. - - - ' -
J- E. GLEAVEH, C. tH
' - - 13.
PURSUANT f decree of the Chancery Court at
Xashvule, to the case of 8am uel Gavlord. ctinanr
of Joa D. Gay lord, ded, taa. Heem U. Gaylord, I
wul eeU, at the Court House to Nashville.
October 8. 1M0, tm lUt en OoOeoe ttnet. extendi tk
60 tact froat, aad kaowa as lota No. is and M l w
CampbeU'i plan. . . ' '
Tmuta 1 aad a rears credit, with inter v.---
with good seoariiy, required, aad Uea retained. . '
" "ll '
PrANT u a decree of the ChaaWy Court at
KashviUe. to the om of v t.. 1. u ,
tt O Twaea aad others, I will sell, at the Court House
in unaiuw. en .anmraa . uotuttr S. lfcrtn lf. V- i-m
1U7 tn Ous Huxfta AdditKm.
yu m 14 1, .. n . . . . ... . . . .
. "t. ' Hwuvaa creaii, wttnoul tav
terest, aad free from redetaptioa. Notes, with secu
rity, payable to Bank, required of the purchaser, and
Ilea to bn retalnxl '
lieu to be retaiaed.
ml. F CLEAVES, C ft M
J A -V."
PCRsCANT li t uecree ef tbe OumcWy (Wt u
Kaahvli. to tbe ease ot W. R. Mavlxatajis u a
Gieavea es. Jeha IXamp.I will sell, at the Court Hoae
aa loawvum, en jwumajr, Vetober 9, 1SOO. two lot on
Awmetmp Armntmt, i img't Addition, each tl by DO
teet, aad kaowa as lota fi2 and 141 to the pUa.-
. Tfciuea 45, ia aad 18 matiths credit, with raters,
aad withoot redeinptioa. Hecartty required, aad liea
w-pte-Wa - ?. E. CLEAVES, C. H.
. --r-r j-- 5vhn j.'txycn.y I csr:n?
-a. mwivuio, in too case ot Harrow and Llndaley,
Adm'ra. of Dr. Shelby ca. J. B. Soowden and others. I
wiU sell at the Court-house. In Na&hvUle rm
edhera, cre'Krii of sftewart A Owia rs. He art :
Owe, I will rail at tbe Oart House in NafJivilK 4"
.Salvniap, Oritur 6, IStiO, Lot Xo. tS, io I-Un of lUy
Factnry property, (Lot 4a by 160 feet) aca being tb
same Lot heretofore sold to tenart A Ow.-n by A- L.
Demoss, Esq. - - - - -
Texjis 6, 12 and IS aamths, with interest and with
xil rcdriaptlna. .Security required aa4 liea retained.
J. E. GLE.t1S. C. M.
FltsCAXT t a decree of the Chaucery Cuart at
Nashville, in the rase of Joshna D. Snaai, n. Miifc?
MWvIn, I will sell at the Court House ia NashviU, -
Saturday, OctUtr 0. lsdO. the property of tbe defra.t
ant, Melvln, situated at the corner t4 Kroad and M. -Nairy
streets. West KadivUlA, Lot 60 feet by 176.
Tfcsxa Sale free from redemptioii, and Dumfau
money to be due ia two equal pat-meats, and on A
April 1861, and 1st April 18el, ith interna. Securit r
required and lin retained. - - '
" - f- rju-Es, c. & m.
... .. -- . is - - ----
PURSCANT l. iU-cre of tbe awiacerr Court at
Katihviue, in the case of Wm. Jordan, tv. Ehud Coor
and others, I will sell to the highest bidder at Ut
Court House In Naohvllle, en Saturday, Ortutxr 6. lStM
the tract of land beiongiaa to Ehud Gower, K ing in'
Davidson County aod coouuuuig SIS acre more or
Trvas t500 cash, and residue to be doe on Uh- 1st
September 1K62, without mterrst. A bid of $3o0 for
the whole has been made by Dr. B. G. Hampton and
the property will be started at his bid. Note iriii.
good security required of the purchaser and b i
be retained, . , t J. E. GIJiAVES, c! kZ.
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PTRSTANT to a decree of the Chancerv Court ai
Oty, JorUDUtricTNirt: 8 "" from
Tiim-6, 12, IS and 24 Pxaubji witbo
The buidxny, to commence at $40 vJ JI
ty required and lteo retained, fioo
l -- J' E- OLEAVK "
llaar. known as the Tavern J5i.- . " r"V
Jon of James T . Gleaves, Md couue'-
&Tt- -tds j -J. e. G LEAVES, C. k M.
PLTj5CAT ta a dmu. r .k-
Nashville, to the case of Wm i Walloc J. ,h o "
oa Satttrtiati tun f t-x.i -aeuv iia-..
Church Turnpike, 2 miiea from the city
Tsaaa. 6 months rredit m-.iK,. . .
(rredemptKvr, .Security requirn',:
T' ; J. E. GliAVS, C kM.
PTRSI A-VT to a decree of tbe fTuine-r r, .
tshvlilo. in thecaae of H.m jrlfIZ .rl!rt
and W. R. Hyde and otherrl wUIaeU TT .
House to Nashville en .W.
parcel. afloMd, reoovered WvTi,' :
plainanu from the def,-n,l.n - i I"
rfL!r0e.',r trom ' contains ioYvacn'
uat uvui nyue contains ram ta , 1 '
to besoldtO Dav th 1,., C.d !n.
Tsaua. !U ivm tv-T-TT e ana hj Je.
isaaa. tiie tree from redtamption. and on a cii.t t
of and twelx-e months without inteit . -1
7JUaU.?.'m ,r3' Dd retained.
' ' ' E. CLEAVES, C. M.
PTRSCANT tu a deem .k. .
Nashville in the case of Wm. i. 77?
of Farrar m. Wash. R. Lucas aad otbeT. I wmLa
lsou, a tract of 10 arm anA sn , WI
tbe Locaa FarmTand oeZ i "
complainant. e,". ) unu .
TKBas. 6,13 and IS
and sale free frt.m rednn. 1 ".
eecurttr. anS t h. m.k.- pers-nal
J- E- G LEAVES CAM
Lucaa and others, I will sell .t , K.
House to NashvilW H T.L? Piic a at tbe Court
which te knownaTtn. ZrWtJt J"' trart 'f J'""'-
iae aame constetin? of ahntit ST "M'1
fnmtoftheMaiisioBHoW1 29 mcre" " li'f
w ai a, vriiiiTta vntu wtr-M
.-j i; . ! ""er to exeute nULXsIarttf
S-pCS-tda J-E-CLEAVES, C 4 M.
K. W. MOBOAS......
BUUGAiV & WALLACE,
Ludies an Gentltmen'H Fine
Cailrrs, Show and Boot,
Trunks, Valises & Carpet BaB
0 16 PUBLIC SQTABE,
' (At CMhoun'g Old Stand,)
A Good Investment.
from the rity of NaghvWeTcontaann sTaJ
Trees The improvements consist of aaat rl l
dwellmg house with kitchen, suble, crTb. owThelT
l!Z ?me,,,to -""i will offer lUa iZL .
ffreat bargn. Tor further particular, a,vplvTT
and Saw Mill
said sale will K. - " , . me- uo ternuor
on the property for Vhe puLToA; v 7Zrt ,T
right of redemption. money, aout ia-
On ih Bunn 4v In 17 1 1 .
Boiling Gordon, TZaet? 1
rC . tnct k1 containinr 1HA armi It .IT.
,Vuck,Kj;-. boundaries of wl" :
to the pkdmp filed to aaat cause. SaidUnTwU
soldoua creditor one and two veara with intejT.
sept.4-d Uerk AMaot.
Dry-fioods my Cheap,-
r AM now to receipt of my urge and weU 1. v ,
stock of Staple and Fancy 1 jGoUs " 1 IT.
efferinjr at very low prioea. ' 1
I have this day, assoetate4 wih to tiBjow
bustoe-3, MR. J. R RUnld MR. JXacI
Kvhviue, Sept 1.1SS0.
r. KAOAS;, X. a. UTUJ, JMO. KlSmi.T..
F. 11 AG AX A CO.
BOOK SEIXEKS 1X3 STiTIO.TEBS, " "
A GOOD city mads Family Burouche, but little utW
tor tale cheap by
yT"-f BEXJ. p. SHIEIJtS Jt CO.
HATING been appointed and" qualified as Adminis
trator of the esute of David Kmii-V aa
apcrc.-. having clamis agamst said esute ire noxC-
jr Aim-uM miia ue wumn toe tune required bv
Uw or they will be forever barred- t.h .ii ' .
debtouw aamaare hereby required to ot-me ti.
nanaean Via PV V ZllfTUv.
E. C. DSAEFL
AdrnV of Da vat Smuey, sr.
loo acwi ftPm
FOE SALE f
THT.nff 'ST1 V" .r 11 or the wboV
Ttx-re ti about 200 Arn. i.a
fiba0 fl r cultivation. It has tkrti'
2Sr2Kmflm "'wiUl u'Miigs at War-one
eomiurtable Itame DweUmg, with suitable negro ail
other out house. The farm can be divided iuuiihrw.-
mm m naoua BJJQry. -
IT only one half ht sold, one third of the
Biooey moat be paid is rash, the butanes on two eutial
anaual Installments. - if tie whole tract is eoM togeth
er, one payment must be to cash, aad the baiamv oa
equal annual anatallmeau from one to seven rear, a.
may be agreed oa. Persous wishing to purt 'ia. ck
call aad exaatoe lor themselves, or can get any Uit.
maiioa they may winli by aidrring
- - - 5S. n. WILLIAM?!, -
" A Fine New Top Bnrsr.:
WE have a handsome aew Buggy tor salt, at t
Btuuth time fur aailsftx-torv rmper.
- at Jij. fi sMu. t m - n
t - mi. n -ii t-iui rnmr -nj-' Hn T h 1 aV-ViJ
9r J ti i: j 4 27 CuUrrt Su t.
DR.' F. A. KUEFFIIEEi
HOMffiOPATUIC ' '
Physician ana Brsti.
No. S3 (up stsas) Cedar ., NaahviAa, Tens.
OtSee houra untU A- M., between 1 and 6 r.M..afl4 .
j . . . . . . - ' - wi-.
u:. i -xj-.-rl. nee ui j Vthit ui pwetK-e,
- PTRST ANT to a decree of the Chanc.v
NaahviUe, in tbe case of Geo. D.Hamlm STTI Jl"
and others, I will sell, at the CourHou in v '."k,M
on Sotvrdam Ort ' im rf! . H'? " Nashville.