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FUlllAV. MOK.VlXG. OCT. 5, 1860.
HOUS'S SILVi:il BAXD!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED UAXD IN'
.THE CITY, rili atlci.i '!" all rails lor music both at
Lome and abroad, clvhiir entire sal rtiart rf or no
liar?-. The Band is onj.oed
with a r,milele set t-1 uw silver m-Uninieiits-
.VI! ruUs for music, for funerals, pie-nics, t' "1(
ei.i rihi'fs w:U lw- alt. nd J to jiromptly.
W. L, HOiiX.
H-oajer and Conductor.
a.ir27Mv 15 South College st
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CCFE ' -T11E
A POWERFUL REMEDY
. A PL) A EUFUL, IiEiLED Y
K Of K CT V M ILLS
.. . . , . - , 4 . "
.Mixed Braii. i r low ,,
Own Meal, per bushel. 1 00
Delivered to all ports of the city. h, ,,t 2i-ly
- muwm orTBE kaileojds. V "
Departures or PaMi.Crrliliit.
X.tSHVILla f'HATrjlll:A4 A f 3PM
Tkvvrkk k Alaiua5s1 5 A. il 3:66 P. M.
I-onnrnj. & NA-nvuji5:oo A M , 3:50 P. .V
... " , " GallatiuExpress 4:30 P. M
KfirriKLDi kJtvn cut 41:30. M., 12:30 P. M
Arrival or rasMnserTT rains.
N'ASHVHJJt CH.ITTAXOOC.1 5 P. M.. 8 A. M.
Tkxxkk ALA 10:00 A. M. 40O P. 31.
Loci-viixe k. Xamiville3:o5 a iL, 2:15 P. M.
Gallatin Express 9:1 0 A. Ji.
EpoKnun Kunm-8 : 3 O A. il., G:5 P. SI.
eiiiLD8 uo.. tell LJquon tots mora- A. S. Coltar. &q f WInoberter, will
iog at 10 oVlock. I ad irei tha pxple ut the following times
- F - I JifKT. Vxrbn iiaoir rriilr (Vt .1
9- A t a Tate meeting of tbe DirecUrffl of J Teague'. Store. Martoo co.; Sal urda r. Oct 6
tbe Memphis and Ohio Railroad, D. B. MoL-I Dualap, Snufchie'couDtj, Wondn?. 0cL8
lot. Esj.. faf Shelby co., wa elected Pred
deut of the Compaaj.
JZS Memphis bu sent a Commiitee to
Cincinnati to diocuM with tbe Cincianaiiaiia
the subject of a railroad betweeu tbe two
ciiif. . v r . - v
Pikeville, RiwW county. Tutday, Oct. 9,
Washington, Rhea co., Wednefdaj. Oct. 10.
Decatur. Meigs county, Thursday, Oct. 1L, '
Cleveland. Bradley co.. Friday Oct. 12.
" Boo. Wat. B. 3toku and Cut. Joa.v L. Spik-
Locs will addrefla the people at
AJtamoot, Grundy couuty. Monday .Oct. 22.
HUlHboro , Coffee county. TueMay, Oct. 2a.
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Surgery for tbe present mouth. Las been laid Beech Grove, Coffee county, Thursday,'
. on ... . J. .
opoa our table.
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT !
XTOCXi ifEX mboar u-rhir from th iS.-.-i f
1 Tootbtol ind&rritirn ran lr purely and -riua
ifttt!y rrsl-jrrd by u.ing tha
A Ktmrdjef CrutacJ Ortaia Powtr.
tht rrawdr I- pat up iu miimII Tals.diidran b -itl
hr mail to any ftdtre. A truu iu Mlut.r. I it
U a vrrk. and "a lit riprriw-e a trrral Ii.-n. ui. A
circular crataininz fuii art:cUarj-. iit tri- aj.fii
ralMO. rrie prr bulltr 1.
IQr UMilr iU b-tl (oath.
V Ii Ths r-trwv -'aitab!'? for citLcr
Atl lrr-!'. K. I'KCUKK. Unitail AictH.
ul 41 Umutriir.X- iwV.
Fnim ti- Pr-, PhiUiMi-hia, i.-t..her 7. 1V.
SAilts'a I'azriEU Oixe. T' have a Liwrfr
w of ciuu rbiml r a ptl Uic u itb its
m t jb? lorn, a nic picif f.imiiir'- fr-?nr-l. w a
l.'f ribk-and tciniti drtT'viti nui-oiK . X"l u:titit
wnwly. as w? catn u-tuy. ilr j-"p'!Mui2. Im ailvcr
Prtiiarrd GI'V in "Tif rn-'" !-..-. .-.-ut lis
-KH- i it j-Jcr'lay. MV !-vtr.i tr h'ir- lii
PTJ Ik:U upi:'iln'U re-u'.l, two larv'ij i lu.r- otu
jKtelr restored, (uauy uud fnXs of i tiiiia aud
ito.-j iiki-t ni f.r us- a ttlrrvd bny iua'lt a- u
n -w. st-vcral d.'uTrwtyp ins roii"vat"t. and ;ii
t t fixio rditx-a " H rwd-Hu.- aud H"iii-r jt nt" J :n
tbo rur liOW. wiraie autwfic NMrl ( I t. r.ulv tsir-J)
ct. .-;4it, tua-k iHmng t-u.iCi,U t- ti.-t fur ii"t:-r
c.-ntury c t. We migbt liave iin-U'li-d any .,'i.utuy
t( billrii" brkii t , twit ravNl tu aftrr an hur
at ll-- rTH( rf t!nm. Tlii Pr.-itirwl -. u hi'h is
a l atioiit a3 tb t ai j.!u-, and ui'flv-d l-y a bni-h
wbi b jto-i txipunir ea-b Ih-iiI'. i -- mdL-p-ii.-.ii!i i:i a
n-u- that wno-l- r Inn- .-i.:i!d L-ir, :
ki(mxiI it. -il--w
L'.MTEJttlTT OF THsSotTH LlTIXC OF THE
Corner-Stoxe. Oa 5 Wednofday next, th
10th, the coruer-ttote of the main Laildint; of
the UtiiveiVity cf tbt- S-utb is to h laid.
This will Ije au event long to be rememlMirt d.
and tLere will be thouttuds of people from
the Southern country, to witness the c;-rt-ino-nies.
A many a.t lifttH-n hundred persons
bare iK-en sptcially invited to le present,
and the most extensive" preparations I:ave
lieen made to entrtain them. A dining ball.
0 by ltH fn;t, has bten erected, and a ball
100 by 1.10 fet t. in which the oration i to be
Among the distin.:ihed pen tit men who
have lven invited and, it i unJ.-r-tOvxl. wi!l
be pres nf , are Liout-Gen. Scott. ex-President
Pitaif, JJeul. M. F. Mircy. cT the
Vashiugtoii 4 JbTvati-ry, anii many others..
The oration will be delivered by "tbe Hon.
Joux Pketox, ct South Carolina.
The site cht-j-.n lor the University is upon
the Cumberland mountain, uot far from AVin
cl.ester, in Franklin county. The railroad
leading frota the Tnnuel on the Nashville
and Chattanooga Railroad to tbeSuwanee
Coal iline, pas.-es near the place, affordins:
those who attend the laying of the corner
stone tbe mot convenient mode of access.
IIEXDEBSOXVIULK AND NaSUTOXB RaJIJtOAD. j
Tho work on this end of the H. and If.
Railroad, gays the Henderson Mail, la still I
projrresHng finely. Upwards of four miles of
the track baa been laid. The contractors are j
pushing the work most vigorously forward.
They do cot only work every hour of day-
Winchester. Franklin county, Saturday.
We will address our fellow-citizens of the
7th Congressional District as follows.
Purdy, McNairy eounty, Monday, Oct. 1.
Montezuma, McNairy co., Mueeday, Oct. 2.
Hermitage, Decatur Co.. Wednesday, Oct 3.
Decaturville, Decatur co., Thursday. Oct 4.
t . . o . it . . c r
lirhf nm(.r. l.J....V. I "UCH Omt, BCUH1U lJ ,
.uC..u.ita uieac ungu Camden, Benton co., Saturday. Oct. 6.
moon-light night afford for the prosecution J Cbepultapec, Benton co- Monday, Oct. 8.;
1 their work. They are determined nothing I Turkey Poiut, Humph leys co. Tuesday Oct 9
chall be lacking on Iheir oarf. In Uaa than "aTt".r,7' "Bporeys co. n euuemiay, yev .
a wrek from this time tbe first five miles of
the road will be ready for the locoiootivel
fDr. Borlaxd, of the Memphis Enquirer,
is rick at Princeton, Ark.
McAdo's Humphreys co Thursday, Oct. II.
Deloberville, Perry co., Friday, Oct. 12.
Linden, Perry co., Saturday, Oct. 13.
JOHN V. BKUW.N,
N. N. COX.
jT Thn Ladies will please bear in mind
that thJ auction sale Of fine China. Boh e mi- I times and places they will bc-plea-d Iu meet anu
I 4.1 . 1 I .. 1 1 i
Jlfun . Taylor, Wnllthorne,
The fbUowin list of appoinUneota has bn-a unreed
Ki.Kn S'JT ilesara. Taylor, W'hitUiorne, and Wattersott,
candidates for Elector for th Stvr et fcir, Pt a-hich
1 jjDd Ceiffiropli
AiKX. As tbe not i. &p(rucbin. i-ry
1-tvju .-itiiHtl-1 prepare their jrl-tn lor 11k? i !uuje. and
tn-re is nj ri-ti-ly - applicable as -- Mc Leans lr?ui:t
oujiic I'ordial and Blid PurillT." It ill purify the
bi"td tboroutldy, and atthe tiiue stri-utb-n
and uivii.rate the wbuli' r;auiiivH. The i:u.in.(
liiutity S it that Usuld daily. U -r-f enough of its
ureal virtues iu thoroughly rt-utoviui; all iruj"ir tiut-t'-r
froni the ldoiI. We say to all, try it! Il d---liriou--
to lake. ?ee tlie ad4-rt:si-ni-ui iu aii!er !-unut.
Wo would cull lurticuLit mli-utc-n to Mi-Lean's
notioi in another column. We add thi" follow in:: from
tht. Loui Htm 11, which sjieak.-i in iij
ivir. We say to ail give it a trial:
--We lake eopecial pleasure in reiimiiwuiliiig Me--ac'd
celebrated Strenetheuing Cordial as au mulaa
Me remedy for general debility and vr.-jim. We
have seen il litd in a circle under our own initm-di-ate
frbi-rvation, and can vouch for its etfteiriH-y and
worth. It ht an article which hao il l In- kcj-t (-n-i:mt-Iv
ia every Inuuly, as it is reruiuly an jiivaiu:ii!e
iiK-.ln .ru-. : the .iiiertL-ni'Tit in auot'ner (.i'.nm.
ectl- iiau ltn
The Advertiser, having bi-en restored t' health in a
lew weeks by a very simple remedy, alter having suf
jered Beveral years with a severe lun; alleclion. and.
4hal dread disease, Consumption u ausitHis to make
loocn to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the ire
wriptioo iwil (free of charge), w ith the directions nr
preparing and using the game, which they w ill tind a
we cut fur COXSCMPTIOX, ASTHMA, ISIiOX
. CHTIS, fc. The only abject of the advertiser iu
eending tbe Prescription is to benefit the atCitli J. and
eiireail information which he conceives to lie iu valu
able, and be hopes every fcufferer w ill try bis remeily,
as it dl ci-t them nothing, and may prove a bk-ssuis
Part m. u L-biu the prescription will please a.Mresei
R. v. UrtVAPJl A. WIIjSiX.
uel-t-ly Kmss County, Xew York.
FiKt ! Mi'Ruec! TuiL'Vts! Watch ! Watch
Last night, about 10 o'clock, or somewhere
alonir tbt re, ail the walls i:t the central part
of tiif city, except su;h a.s are labelled
".Tr-K XO MI 1. 1. 1IERK,:
siiudnlr broke out with a malignant vario
loid of nitailrangular placards liearing this
mysteti'Ws and lawlemt looking announce
"KS'OWIXG OXKS, ATTEXTIOX!
je5i. i. F.-es:
SATURDAY, OCT. r.Tll, 10 O'CIJK'K:.
If this is n't an indication of broken laws
and violated statutes in our midst, it is the
duty of theinuiiicip.il authorities to offer a
reward of five hundred dollar.' for reliable
infermaation as to what it oL-s indicate.
Beloi proceeding to u further discti
eion of ibis strange matter, we d
Eire to propound t the police force of
this city a .'oietun question. It is this: Ditl
those bills attract your attention, and, as of
coi:rs3 they did, what do you supposi tliey
mean? This is no idle yjcslion. On the
contrary, it is a question which, for aught
we know, may involve tbe social, political,
commercial and literary interests of the
community f.r years to come. We also de
sire to ask not the police force particularly,
fur we have given them their hands full, but
anybody who can answer who are 4the
knowing ones?" and what do tbe initials "P,
P. F." stand for? If they were P. C. S. R.,
everybody could at once tell - what
tbe whole thing means The only
legitimate conclusion would be that the
'knowing ones" are the Yancey-Democracy,
and that P. C. S. R. means Precipitate the
in Tnt PIuj f -,, . ,. I luurm ine people, it wiu De seen mat a number CK
, v..-,, ua.., .... lummcuw ixsiu iuui I counties have been omitted. This was unavoidable
morning at 10 o'clock at May field's Block. I '""S10 tUc want time:
oumervine, (ayeite county, w eanesuay , ficl. .
Memphis, thelby county. Thursday, Oct. 4.
Memphis Avalaxchk. This paper is now I twington, tiihoo county, Saturday, Oct. 6.
priateil oa new trpe nd prcients quite a Sun- Ripley, Lauderdale county , TuUday, Oct. 9.
day-like appearance. The publishers have l110- '
orderetl One Of Hoe's fast Cylinder presses. ITesden, Weakley county, Friday, Urt. 12. '
iv .. i , ; - ,- , . . . .. Paris, Henry county, Saturday, Oct. 13.
tte are gl;ul to find our friend knocking Camden, Benton county, Monday, Oct. 15.
ulollit to prosperously. Waverley, Humphre county, Tuesday, Oct. 16.
- - - I I nariOIle. II1TOD ciMintr Wei1nesrli.e lie IT
Naohville, Ilavidsnn county, Friday, Oct 10.
Franklin, Williamsoa county. Mondav. fct. 22.
Mu. Roberts BkXEITT. Mr. ROBERTS I Murfreesboro, Rutherford county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
I I t H il f 1 n Kiitnnwiviiml. T. i . -. 4 . . . . fL.a -
uuayee, ataeon county, t'rtaay, Oct. 28.
Nkw YoRr.OcL 3. The ship Erie.i f Ne
Yoi k, arrived to-day (mm Monrovia.' whs
captared oa the co&st of Airea by the Swani
er Mohican,, with nearly U0i) slaves. ,fC0
were landed at Monrovia and SO died on the
pwg up the coat. Th Erie is in cirtrsre
fit limit f 1 .n -,tnwAH L . i ' ,
.u nnii.u, wu uw turee pnso
0 l. fU poaied luJ th cuptaiu and firnt
ami eeeouti mules - Tlie Erie reports the triir
ate Magara arrived at Loando oo the first
w-t iT August. All well.
" From St. Loala. . '
St. Lncis. Oct. 3. The R-in'hl
lishes a sneech. delivered veaterdnT K Hfu!..
T.i v-i . . . j -j j
ww.-aBua. jroverinr elect, wno recently ppoke
ia the Breckinridge Sute Convention, and
uas since oeen claimed by the lireckitiridge
meo as in favor of their candidate, therefor".
a committee of Douglas . men was recently
ppuiuieu to luquire wnemer ne inrenaed to
support Douglas or Breckinridir-. Jacknon'H
speech was a reply to the Interrogatorie" pio-
p anara ty we committee. He cnmmencd
by st-itiug that be was never moreanxb us to
be understood, and desired the aerionn atten
tion of every one present. I stated emj
pbatically before the eleciion that I believed
Douglas the nominee of tbe Democratic Dar-
ty. So I now believe."
Mr. Jackson spoke of his efforts to secure
harmonious action between th DernrwrMlif
Central Committee and the Breckinrid are Con
vention regrettinz his failure, and challeng
ing any Breckinridge man present to say that
be, Jackson, uttered any remark in the Con
vention indicating that he had ehnrvl re
designed supporting Breckinridge and L ine.
xie men gave nix reasons for supporting
Douglas, saying: "To prevent all misannrp-
ben-1on I now iiv I am for Douglas thut it.
is my duty to support him as the nomine of
the party. , 1 formed my opinion that Doug-J
iaa t" toe icguiar uumiuee irom me reports
in the Baltimore Exchange, a Breckinridge
paper, and tbe statements of General Claik,
who until the last oDoosed . I).i""t7ia - tbe
Convention, and if I live till November Iwill
vote for him, and I have uever said I intend
ed doing any thing else."
DR. J. H. "McLRAK'S
-- rrH?'ncrif g Ceidhl am) j
... mjod Pur.fier! i
Ths Greatest Remedy inlthe World, and the
mort delicious and del'ghtfnl Cor
: y ?5' V diaJ ever takan. .
It fc? strictly sct-
prucured by the f X ri ;
Jistillation of Rixitu f rh.
Horbs-and- Uark.Y -7i'A.
Root, Black Koot. 5ifil 1,
comes in for a benefit to night, and tbe man
agers have put up a most attractive bill for
the occasion. The pieces are The Willow
Copse and The Iron CI.tH, iu both of which
Mr. Rohekts will appear, and will give us
some of his finest touches. Go down en ma$e
and make the honse too small to hold you.
Carthage, Smith county, Saturday, Oct. 27.
Smithville, Ix-Kalb county, Monday, Oct. 29.
Cookeville, Putnam county, Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Sparty, White county, Wednesday, Oct. 31.
McMinnvilie, Warren county, Thursday, Nov.
Manchester, Cotfee county, Friday, Nov. 2.
Red Springs ....
Indians may be considered the cooper
faced type ol mankind.
'I shall never get out of Ahissciape alive,
as the bog said when they were rubbing the I Cbroersvuie
bristles off bis back with clam-shells and
A woman asked her gardener why the
weeds always outgrew and covered up the
flowers? ''Madam," he answered, the soil
is mother of the weeds, but only step-mother
of the flowers."
"Let me kiss him for bis mother." Ia the
song of the ladies w here the Prince of Wales
Women who sue for breach of promise
may fail to get money, but they generally
receive heavy damages.
'Only marry me, my dear lady, and you
will have seen the end of trouble." "Yes,
sir, but which end?"
Why is the first chickens of a brood like
tbe foremast of a ship? Because It's a little
for'ardot the main hatch.
A friend of ours, who left tbe editorial fra
ternity a year ago, is now engaged in rais
ing pigs. So he has again taken the pen in
Fun is worth more than physic, and who
ever invents or discovers a new source of
S. S. Stanton, Esq., of Carthage, will ad
dress the people at the following times and
HankerriUe JVanklm Co
PUBLIC SPJi AKLXti.
Georob Barer and D. C. Doculass, ol Sum
ner County, will address the people on the
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvass,
at tbe following times and places :
. . Saturday .... October
. . . Tuesday
Monroe..... .Saturday .. .
East Port .'. .Monday
Jamestown Tuesday ....
A division of time will be granted to an
advocate of eithei Donglas or Breckinridge
Dixon - Springs . . .
Smith 'a Store....
Cotton States into a Revolution:" but unior- B"vi"3 lu" uaul0 " Puo,lc ""ac- places
Hon. W. B. Stokes and Col. W. H. Dk Witt
will address the people ou the political is
sues of the day. at the following . times and
Innately for a general solution of the mystery,
the letters are not P. C.S. R. So far from it
they are P. P. F., and can mean nothing nn
dt-r heaven but
Pit.lic Pr.i.K Fk.ht!
Why is a stove an agreeable affait in sum
mer as well as in winter? Because at either
season it is always grateful when coaled.
It is tbe opinion of the doctor that tbe
LaFayette, Macon county. -Centerville,
Jackson county, -Williams'
Store, Defeat Creek,
- " 4ib
Nashville. Sept. 15, 18C0.
The Committee appointed by tbe State Bu,
which is iuteuded to be brought off in thw J lawyer gets bis living by plunder, while the I reau of tbe Seventh Annual State Fair of
MtlXTOOMERT. Oct. 2. Her is r1?anut..k
from Peusacola, Florida, giving the result of
ine eiecuou in Escambia county, yesterday:
"Hopkins, for Governor majority 215; Al
len, tor Congress, 217: Abercombie. tnr Sun-
ate, 241; Blount, Representative, 193. All
New York. Oct. 4 The Kins: of Nanlis i
supposed to be still at Capua.
it is reported that his .roops at the out
posts exchanged shots w ith Garibaldi's lorces.
The Freneh Minister leaves Naples Sept.
The Neapolitan Ministry has resigned. Si"
nor Conforto is directed to form a new one.
40,000 Papal troops, mostly foreigners, ca
pitulattd on the 19iti, and laid down their
arms in consequence of the recent defeat.
UaribalUi wnt..s that an irreconcilable dif
ficulty exists between his policy and Cavours.
Viator Emmanual eoes to Nanles fur a noe.
sonal interview with Garibaldi.
Augustus Smith is apnointeil Receiver nf
the Anizan's Bank.
The steamer City of Baltimore h nnirivl
at Cape Race, with Liverpool dates ot the
The steamer Fulton had arrived mil nn I ho
Cotton sales of 3 dava inn
day 29,000 bales, of which speculators and
exporters took 10.000 bales; closing steadv
and firm. .
Manchester advices favorable; market qui
et but firm; breadstuffs firm; corn has an ad
vancing tendency; provisions quiet; consols
Italian affairs are unchanged.'
The Garibaldians are coucentrated on the
higbts of Volturno.
I g a s r m w wai
Louisville, Oct. 4. The river is sta
tionary with 3 f t 1J inches water in ti.P
Crittenden advises the Union nartv in In
diana to vote for Douglas if they conclude
they cannot carry the State for Bell and Everett.
St. Josrph. Oct. 4.- -The California
"i""1 m "U uaa arnvea. JUarkets
were more buoyant.
OREGON'. It is Said to b4 thi intunilnn t
eiect ujtKer ana jNermith without regard to
uic iiuiMioa Of a Quorum. FaeiHo now-o n-on
Jlarketa by Telegraph. "
iew iork, Oct. 4. Cotton steady. Sales
to-day 1500 bales. Flour dull. Sales 17,000
oois., o zo(oj,a o5. Wheat advanced l(a2c.
uiui. oaies 4.uuu Dushels; Mixed
vestern oc. iiess lork quiet, 19 12J19 25
Beef quiet but steadv. Lard oniet i...t ctu.
dy, sales 200 bbls., 1213J. Sugar firm,
oaica ivu ooxea isuoa, t4(di ; Havana 6j.
Cherry Bark and
Dandelion enters in
to its composition.
The entire active
ot" erch hiirndiait
is thorougijiy ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling-,
, . - ... 7"
tons, exhileratin-llirr I3K:ii
spirit, and lb most InfalUblo rem.xiv for -renovatinc
the Uwease.1 system, and restoring the sick, s jit.rii.-a
and debiiiialed Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFECTCAIXY CCP.E
.lver Complalut. UvaDeoala .. . -
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Ki-hieva,
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver "or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidit v
or sickness of the stomach. Fullm-s.4 nf
Head, latll l"aia or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, eour
Erurtations, Clicking or sutl.K-ai uiir feelins? when Iriliir
down. Jyness r Yellowneiw of the f-Kiu and Kves
ignt weaU. !n ivl I evers. I'ain iu the miaU ol the
Back, f'h'-st or it'.i. n !:uli ot Hnat. IVnresninn
of spirits, Frig!.: -nr. ItesDoudencr.nr
any Nervous Dh. .m- lit-, ou the skin, and
lever and Ague jot Chilis aud H wr.)
Over a Million of Hot tie
Have been sold during the last sii mouths, and in no
mstacce has it Tailed ia giving entire sulLSlactixn. Who
then, will sutler from Weakness or lu-lniii i.
Ltatt't SirrrufhttiMj Conlial will cure your
No language can eouvey an adequate iiU-a of the im
mediate and almost miraruious change irodiie.-d by
taking this Cordial in, the diseased, uebiiitated ami
suatit-'Crinerj-oiiB system, whether broken down bv
exxse, weak by ui.iCT"-.t,r itapaired by sickues the
relaxed and unstrung organization 'srestored to its
prest ine health and vigor. "-
. 21 AKKIE I PRSU. "
or others conscksia of inability, front wlialever cau.-e,
willUnd McLean's c-treugtheiuug Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system, and ail who mav have in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, w ill had in
the Cordial a certain and speedy Teincdy. '
TO THE LADIES,
JlrLean's StreiiKiheuins Cordial
Is a sovereign and si leedy cure for
Inelplent Consumption, V lilteu,
Obstructed or Diflicult Mcustruatiou, Incontinence of
cnue or involuntary discharge then-of. Falling of the
wu.u, umuiiic-s, raiunug and au Diseases incident to
reuiaies. - -
J hete Is no .Tl intake About It.
huflnr no longer. Take it according to directions. Il
" ' Miuiuiau-.tiirengiuenatid invigorate you and cause
the bloom of health to mount your cheek "again. Every
lmtfl . t...l ,A .. ; ...... .. . :
"i iuuiiii w e IMtltHiactHlO.
ii jour ennuren aru kh-u v tm,.i-.r ,fi;r..i..i m..
, -.ill I e -J null, jji.-
Leon s Cordial will m;ike them heaithy, fal and robust.
n "o. a niouieiii, iry it and you will be convm.-ed.
It U Delieions to Take,
PAITinV u,... ..,riv. ! .. .. .
iimi em in u."lsw or liealera w in m.iv
... w Mom. uuiiu 1UU SOllle !lLi-r lr .-i-..-t.-,i...
trash, which they can but- cbe an. be G-ieimr it i. iti-t
"K""'; -iiu "u-u llH'n. A'-KIor JlrLeau s trcugth-
.,.,, ouU uue- iioiiiing eIc. it is the euiV
remei.y uiai win puriiy tbe Blood thoroughly- and at
me Name iinie sirengtnen the svstom
fhiaqillk!...X.I ...I "...
.u.t..-.Fijiuu. um-ii every morning lusting, is a
ceriaiu preventive lor Cholera. Chilis and Fever Yel-
IriUT laVl-Ml air quit m. .):-
, - - , . r"""Ul Ulf.-. JI IS flit 111 ill
lui-tria hull Lia ' '
Price only f 1 per bottle, or 6 bottles f.,r J3
0 , . J. H. McLEAN
ouie t-roprieior oi in:s Cordial. ALo, Mclean's Vol
couic ju aiUllUi'Ut.
Prmcipal DejKjt on the corner ofTliinl and Pu
St. Louis, Mo.
told by w . W. BERRY .t DEMOYIIXE, N..,l,vU!e
""-i tnju.-vu.uie iTusit isis everv where
at .i1M" I rJAL-llAi Uti f UK "1
I M: I ') R T E R s,
J . ' . . - - AND WTIOLS.iLE 1'E.UJRS IX
FOREIGN AL D DOMESTIC L1QTJ0"RS.
wwj.aa.a iij.iaiiu. u.n. and all otbr n.i crrn , .r. .
TTOIlSEs. STOCK. 1 Kul T'Ci:. frr
a a ii.i or improved U:h.z ij.l, 1 ,
louao. ia. the Western , otnuy.
" 1 W V V' t Xt hf N,,K 1 UK JXY oT olB ti1, or' we wlllexchaaw
f a t-W-eof laud a biH ot 1 Mors tew" T.areo x. . "' '''- Vur ,CI1" w be w eli the owner
Ca,U ,rrs. and take our nl' ""' " " " "
' - Partiesexelianrinr Ijnin tnr- i.:,-.,, i-- i . . u ......
close the trade wWus. and orderlV.;l ,.7T::1Mj . M li.-.r they eaa
m.-tit on ea. h erd-r ep to jmnrr.Mll or xre win 1I at k,i rV.' I . ' a'"' rri,y ihe ene third cash ray
cr.d.1 on the ;r
XO ITVS-U' Yl'1 U ..,
17 makjvlt -rtu, -r. loi is, Missolia.
TI I K A Ii i: s 1 1 0 u
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors,
'o. 43, Inion Street. -
FlTiXI-HF.S Meals nt alt hours, dy and t.:tI,t. and
has extensive arramrenients f(,r recnil.tr cm.,..!, i
Ua:ue of every description. Fi-b.tK-st-is, the v-rv b-st
Wms. and every other artiele of i.ixurv win. h cut
KsibIy beobtauie.1 m NasUvi.'le. ' The himM.- is pro-
viueu wun lue brwt I 'oiks, and the bist aiiia'alu
for Cooking, feungll-.il liti -U in l..m,!.i....
loruinie si vie. . -- - ,f
E-ii-T.I JS G 11 0 D
lish.H.-h and Fowl; our Ovsters will t ' onf h
mo,tce e..rat,.d b,..1s. Pickels and continents from
he cel,.l,ra..M establishments of Cross i Black well
is A. 1 emu, u ,tu a large and weU selected st k ot
fjx;i'--ul rOt)KS and attentive Waiters, the hle
. VM&lTrSir' w U,at wt U 1JiUWtl
On and alter the loth of September xre wi!lbe pre-pare-t
to wait upon our customer?, D 1Y AND VTGIrT
5- HEilKUUKU 3HE METWOLITAX. -
Major Ti arit' fhrm for tale.
pntSCANT to a decree cf the Qianrery Court, at
A Nashvnie, in the case of Saiai l. Woik w. M m
l yb'is an 1 others, I wiU proceed to sell ox A,
JutJdav, V.k iiir, 1mm, the Fan.. r 1 si
lyiu on Uie noruii-rn b;ud ol the river i Cum be, land
3 m.ies Horn the cny, anu ktu.wu as the bxw place '.
jx.iior iiwfc nu i invent hy hm of W
Ui LON T A Uix aim T
v. 1feMaiA ii IM Ml IB !
CJ'll St.. IM'tl lsitl Kt ltn
'lertsnroe-m inftinnlng t
ecenily titled up a tine
taiini ati j j i i f s
Ha u It,
I -r- r-urTTn lainrnsiTur iho public that tbey
a. - They wiU kee constUillv oa band a poxl
of GAME. OYSTERS, Ftsll, Av ic. They su-
Mt-sM t'Laaa, Gbbmrt Co. Nxsavnxx. GeU:
.My neighbors are ralluig on me fur Ambrosial OU. aud
I rii oi-l refuse- sufT-rmg humanity, if it lelis as I be
juvpects tLiiier at present. It is doirg 1 in this
Kll-lw Virn- n, Tcnu.
IJIt KING'S 1JISPKASAKV
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
1 . a DR. KLVi, formerly c4" New York, for
db tX. 2y-i. the list four years tif IuUville, ky.,
1 and who has aevoted bis attention to
tho freUixM-iit of private rtiseasta lor 30 years, flatters
ri.nis-'iT, navmg attendiM to a practice lor s tuany
years, atwl cured so many thisisauds, he is enabk-d to
-mi ail discas.-s of a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from nuudicious nn -cial treatnk'ut,
r from neglect of their own. IT Kui 's li-pensary is
So 23 Draderick street, between Cherry and theSiuare,
ei-ood story, here he cures all d..-..sos of a private
tiooorbea cured without naiiai-O'is nieiticim-s or lu
terference with bninet-s.
sr let nr-? of ild cr rit-i-Et date, ertii-t'iully cureil iu
few days, by an operation whieti cai.-es no pain.
Where a stricture exists h-alth ianiu.1 be enjoyed.
J vrnaps do disease causes more nu.- liier and uteb r-
intaes the constitution so much.
syphilis, witn all the diseas. s fi the rkm, growing
at of neglect or bad trealmciit, can be tile, tually
curetl ia a tew clays.
.Srmvtal H'tulntei. Particular atleutii'U Laving In- n
Xiven to this disease, and all tbe consequences grow ing
Hit ot it. brought oa in many cases bv the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gi nce raf toe passtins. a neglect of wbtli will under
lume the conMilulaio, rt-ndermg the subjiict unbt liir
Itusines or society, and causing premature old ae.
Females who may be laboring with any dit'.iculty of
the w omb may rest assured immediate relief.
IVrs residing abroad, by writ me and stating their
jTVse. with alee enefcsed. direct to It. A. King. So. '1
ivadenclt street, Aasnviue.ienn.. will havethe m-cc?
ary medic mes sent to tbeir addre-v. ottk-e hours
from 9 o'clock In the moraiog until 9 in tlw-cvi nint.
orderly and virtuous community next Satur
day at 10 o'clock!
w e do not knotc that a prize ring, with its
inhuman exhibition, is to be erected in our
mld.-t; but we would suggest as a precaution
againt such a calamity to the city, that lite
Mayor call an extra session of the City Coun
cil at daybreak this morning, double tbe pq
lawyer thinks the dector gets his by "pil
ATROciotd. -Betsy, my dear," said Mr.
Stubbs, giving his wife a pair of damaged un
mentionables, "have the goodness to mend
these trousers; it will be as good as going to
the play to-night,'' Mrs. Stubbs took her
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewing Machine, find on ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion : the L M. Singer, Wheeler Sc. Wilson, A.
IS. ilowe, and the Grover & Baker. The first
three named, although differing in construc
tion and capacity, still so far as the stitch is
Civcrx.vATL Oct. 4. Floor firm, sales 2,500
bbls $5 10a$5 15. Whiskey sales 600 bbls
iojc. uais juca3ic.
needle, but eonfeal sh rnni't I concerned, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing wnat is caiieu ana known as the shuttle
stitoh, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
Acocm, Ga., Oct. 2. P. M.
we, u.u d.ji point. -UOW 60. said She. "Whv. mv 1 ' fcuc BUU cviiihere has been a fair demand for ti.
man to be shot down who looks like a cham- dear, yo will see the wonderful ravels In thai 8Utoh' e&Ch usin ft 6hut,le or Sff!, HlS? k'. "nd. tl,e m"krt
ninn of f h I T! ll.imnWLinir f,ni. lUn.t. ... i I Dobbin. DDon whieh all tha inaror ihn. - I .1..1 r ,1- ti. . lower graaes
- 5 ' "ci- 1 iar u -mine." Airs. St u Dos finished the ioh I r " i - . me weeK sum up a2i
tie dinger th tlowcr of safety. and handing l,ek th trnne. tnread ose underneath is required to be re- 7,:";'. ;'-
.... '.. - " Rnftn, . Tha Shnttta t. x intiriL . v;." ToV- u""s -r.; ruling atr
mat s darned coou 1 vutuu uiuj uc uscu i - --ii vv.
A mui. cr ; HA-Nost.MELV spikm Yhilf I mwi. i- ... , i upon some classes of laraily sewing with a I . w k j i; l'n" meat miy bewtid
-v .ii.i. . iiA.MAii.aLL w iklii. ikllllO I "Whv. isnt rov shirt elean' mmih I . ...... I to be exhausted, there beinir inlu . i ...i.... ;
in Louisville last week Mr. Doi .:r.s wan in- T,r . -nr.., . aegree of salisfaclion, but we conceive lrom ihe m rket-T..e d. mand .8 fa.r. .nd we uuote w
. n.j 111 mi niiiiiiirr. i wi. - .w . ,n. I . . .A.n wm-.t I i .... .11 . . . . . . . . . . -
.. T j , - ,uc I inp rennilniPtlnn lUionllnn .rJ .1 I.I. It,.!- I men VICM
answer, "It's clean for brown, but it's awful
dirty for white."
Jl"?r received and for sale at lowest prices, an
tiouai eupply of Fruit Jars and Cans, say
225 dm. Willoiighby Gbiss Jars 1 quart ;
170 4 " " 2 quarts
f ' Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Also, on hand 2U0 doz. lin Iruit Cans, one and two
quarts, tor sealing up. all warranted.
Also, 12 bbls. best Clear Coal Oil. at lowest price by
barrel. J. W. WILCOX,
sepl-l-tf . 17 Colh-gc t.
I have td out my entire Interest in the tirm ot
Nicholson l Humphrey, to David Humphrey, w ho a ill
continue tbe business as heretofore. 1 w ill assicl him
him in w aiding up the bnsinefs of the old tirm, and
koticit for biiu a continuaure of the iatronage bestowed
the old flnu. I. C. MCHOIOX.
In order to rcdis-e my ?to. k as ruui h as possible, be
fore receiving new Goods, f a ruort litue I will ofli-r
my entire stock at cost, for rh. -July
2.1&60 . V IU1D IU MPHREY.
A CrPTTTVT A r"r iant kh.ief
AO X XlllL IX 9 and PERMANENT CCKE ..f
-thie ditrewing romplaiul ue
F KIN DT'S
Mad by C. B. SEYMOl'B t CO., 107 XAS?.r ST.. X.
Y. Price f 1 par box: aent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DUl GUIMS.
jo. iwarim, . K. ciiKKSO.il. a. T. Kvwasna. .
EDWAUDS, (;iLKES0. & CO.
Ceraeref College and Cliarelt ate.,
Whclfsale Crocers and ComumsicD
M ERCH A N T S5
AND DEALERS IN (
Vine Brandifx, Wicrs, L'i?3rs,Tobatc,te
oct ii-i ;-. ,. ., ; r r..
s". ille la-t week Mr. Dot i;las was in-
bjjv number of Lis political friends
here to vh-it Na.-Lvilie and address the peo
ple. The Louisville Courier says with em
phasis : -Jhe jmiUimn composing the committee
of invitation are all Jidl men, and expect to
role for Btll in XuctmUr !" This the Xash
ville Evening Democt'it pronounces false, and
says : '-The invitation to Mr. Docglas was
written by us, at the instance of many Demo
crats, and without c jnsnltation with any
frieml or supporter of Mr. Bell.'
i tie t urttr s rourcestn iniormaiiou are, we
fear, like its politics, very unreliable.
I ii ion ltally at the Xaabvllle and
The Tenth District Bell iXnd Everett Club
will have a rally This evening, Oct. 5th, at
the X. i C. Railroad Depot. . The varions
Ward Clubs of the city, and tbe public gene
rally are invited. Several gentlemen ha7e
promised to address the meeting.
A Chess Coxcxdri'm. Why are all games j
of chess of equal duration? Because it
takes just four knights io play every game.
A convention of Bloomer damsels is re-
their construction, operation and stitcb, their SilS-'t US
jiu.vipai auapittuun is to ine purposes ot
manufacture. - The points we conceive most
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of requirements iu a machine lor fami
ly sewiog, we find more fully combined in
aA. ""1 a
ic urover s, tiaser extent of capacity i
GRAIX There is not hi- r wnrthv or nm. in . .
tide under this head. Wueat is unchanged but our
quotations are nominal, as there is no country wheat
offered here. Corn is dull at 90fi$l 00. Rvc nd
O.u are in good demand the former at Si 3oai 40
tbe Utter at 7C76c. w
St. Louis JIarket.
bT. Lons, Oct. 2 P. M.
poited to have resolved that they will wear I Pclty of construction, ease of manage-
short dresses or tiotbincr. What an awful I men, advantage ' of using thread from two I .Th-";isn effected tho Flour market fa v.ir-
thing it would In it they shouldn't wear the I pooi" withonl rewinding; strength Of work, I Superfine, present and future del ver. , and several
jEsr- The easiest thing for a negro to do
keep dark. '
r-ir- Tbe Prince of Wales has leen form
ally invited to visit Detroit.
elasticity, durability and reeularitv f iif.h ."".r1"" "77'c" "anQS ,u trx. at
- - - o j ii c uitT-H. mil it rtuusua ui tu i irr tninra i ii.. a
nnA !,.. , .r . ., I TI.. ....!.... . ..'" I"' ""J"
uic.ucni ox ujoveuieuu
Col. I.. II. Cardwell.
CI. L. II. Cardwell, Elector for the
Fourth District for the regular Democratic
Xational nominees, Douglas and Johnson,
for the Presidency, will speak at tbe follow
ing times and places:
Alexandria. DcKnlb co., Monday, Oct
Smithville. ' . Tuesday, '
McMIunvillc,' Wan-tn Co., Wednesday, "
Mancbcsti-r, Collce co., Thursday, '
Tnllahcma, " Friday. "
Spencer, V. Bureu co., Monday,
fjparta, Whiteco., Tuesday,
Itunkw s liiJl, - Wednesday,"
Cookeville, Putnam co., Thursday, . '
Mary Taylor s, Inday
Chestnut Mound, - Saturday,
JJallew s. Mniin co , Monuav,
Dixon's Spring, -
Rome, " ;
Lafayette, Macon co.,
Thursday, " 25
Friday. .. 26
Thursday, Nov. 1
U Waiited. - ' . ;
- aARTXFR ia a lucrativa basuu-ss. Any y.Ming-
tuna with 'ew hundreit dollars can hud a iarl
a. by ad4rwinr tiCaI.Nr&) at the P. O. Nashville. '
Corn, Flour, &c.;-"
XAi bags lour;
OAA BAGS prime Corn;
- A Vert Larue Rumor. A very large
rumor of an affray at Ltbanan, eaid to have
been brought down Ly the stage-driver, was
abroad in town vesterdav. It wan Faul that
the Union men had erected a pole in Leban
on, and that a number of Breckinridge De
mocrats, among them several members of the
Breckinridge Rangers from this city, had at
tempted to cut It down, that a general fight
ensued, and that eight men were killed In tho
row. .- , . r. ; . , . sJi .
We don't believe it. - It la very probable
that the. Union men have raised a pole and
turned the stars and stripes loo.se from the
top of it, for it is just like them'; but we. don't
believe it Is like tbe Democrats up there,' nor
the Creckiuridge Rangers, to attempt to cut
the pole down. There may have been a lit-
tie fusa'ol some sort, ami at man. -'or to may
have been' 111 IcuVlor,adly hurti but.it. is
hardly pnbalje tha the affaifwas fts bat as
Madam Rumor repreaTnled it yesteiday
r Since writing tbe above we learn that tha
pSr- "You're entitled to the floor," as the
member of Congress remarked, when he
knocked down an opponent.
make award to tbe Grover Baker.
JOHN HERIGES, Chairman.
JO. W. HORTON,
J. W. WILSON,
C. II. WHITE,
JAS. A. WOODS.
I hereby eUfy that that the above is
SS. The quulily ot most of tho Club Wheat offered
mis uioruiug was vastly superior to any cnn.-iderable
lots previously sold in this niirkct this season, and
this, togeiher with tho heavy sales of Flour, served
to maintain prices for tliese grades, notwithstanding
""r'""" ...j.id. uiiiuiuu grsaes ot fau Wheat
were uuii aiunam 10 seU at previous quotations
rnme fail uncnanged. Corn w dull, except lor
cuoica ana r-xir leiiuw and White. Some verv fi.,e
ww aat v wfiu w. vwuf were uo tvy at ycsiraay's
quoial ops. Barley sie .ay. No e&les of Ryo. Wtois-
aaj- KfU iu BIAS ait rUUCtpi elUU aUV4llCed tO XV,
: HELM B OLD'S
HELMS OLD'S BUCHt for the Bladder
HELM HOLD'S UVVHV for the Kidnevs
HELM BOLD' S BUCULT for the Gravel "
HELMBOLD'S BUCHC Tor the DrotKv
HELMBOLD'S BI CUC for Nervonsue
Y,i5ti?:l BUCHlT tor Iiss of Memorv.
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU tor Dimness of Vision
HSthSLtLL.D !i BL'CV 'or DitUcult Breathing.
HELMBOLD'S niTfinr n-i. i- fc'
HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for I niversal Ijiiltud. ,
- HELMBOLD'S BCCHU for Horror of D.c" '
HJHVOLD'S BCCHIT tor Night sweats,
HELMBOLD'S BL CHC lor Wakefuaiess
HELMBOLD'S BL CHC for Dryness ot skin
HELMBOLD'S BL CHC for Eruptions.
"A.f,?D S "'' V tor Pain iu the lt k.
. ... . lor Heaviness f the Evelid
oi auuuKaiion ana loss ol sieht
HELM ttOLU' n Vi.. .1..:,;... . .
ra ifK 7.T. f "uui.v una iwstiess-
..'. "l i"-,uiion and horror of societv
HELM BOLD'S BCCHU for Obstru.Tious '
..uuiwo fluwt lurtitcsst j arising Trom
nriwrMtMin una .11 -i i. .. - "
M.M luiKuev ui
lieu a shrauot tuiri ;.ge.
Goid cooks and att-nuvi:
H. K. FOWLER
. . . " . -'I
' place M
wnu.it m. Prbus.
ir.a.. c-.tie inv irom jtMiemptioa, and on credit ot
C, 12, IS and 24 mouths, without inter.-st purchaser
to ;:ve uUii with apirwved securitv nd lien to be r
,a!" ' 'i . J- E. Gi.EAES,C. AtM.
7i!.-ii E-ai Estate for Sale.
PrRSL'AVT t'.i a d.cr.ie of the Chancery Court at
Nai-hvine, in the case of Win. Iiaai.au, adm'r., kc,
ct. CathaniiC ll.-j.uiiu anj otheis. I wni proceed to sell
on Ihe prcmivx, c-a B iHiwrfii K, the 10t if Ocutxr, 1SC0,
ail the Real ju.te of which the lute sunuel Haai..m
died poF--.-s-u; the samj consist inj of the Mill Lot, 2
Lots on Warren street, 7 Lois on lt-lleville street 1
Lot on Jell" -i son street of 60 vj f-et, 1 Lot ol Sou feet on
Ji tiers-n street, taMcGav:k a AddttH. l 1m ia
uWisli A: t Uilenide's addition. Ka o - Tk, u.;i
aJ'i to be removed fcy purchaser.
Toms. 1, 2 and 3 years credit with interval-
p?:nai security riijuireit and lien retained.
v-&X i . ' J- E. GLE.VVES, C. a JI.
' " " ' yinVr rami fur .Sate."" "
pirilsrANT t a dcrC ( ,he Chancery Court at
I Nashville, in lue cseofkT- Wia,uuion. Ext., to,
m' Daniel Voiii.';, dic'd. rj. Elleff ?L'U? ILni the other
aeirs ami crfl;ura
;u t ju on uie iircaiis
ihat line Farm of
lunCTiiivini iii my, "niteeGrfna.oui-jaiaa iOS
"" ""d '!h exoelieut impro veu.ent s of ,-t kind
upon it. .
..s. Cre.!:tof 8. Hand 24 woi.tlis.Vith. inter,
-r Vot. n dh -vi Purity nnui.-ed and parable a
Bank, and lien retained. - - ''
o. . .. ,u .-w... j; E. GLE-UIS, C. 4 M.
ept4-tda - - -- - -
2s Xejroet'-f the vr. Shell, Edn,
t said Daoiol rouh& 1 at proceed
se3, on ')k. ftrtiJJrl.'h, 1S60,
the lat lnniel A'miiii- c!r.i- 4
jjlitoLAXT to a decree of the Utanoery Court at
Xasuvilie, in the case of Barrow and 'Lludsley
A Jmr's., of the lata Ir. John Sheibv,-rterM.; rs. Maria
... .-.i.-.u an j oiDors. i will sell at
"Vo. .y'.i Clierry street,'
M , always on hand a fine vai iuty of Soups,
rnpLi i3u . rui itr .vousi- l.ia-t. . yit or .1 l i i-ii
and variety. Also, every vanetr of veg.-tabL'-s on hand
rcaiiy and servivl to ord-r iu the best of stylo, would
respectfully invite th? att- tuioa of their 0 lends i,ud
iiej ouuiic io t .ve them a caiL
.. J- K. FOWIJ3 CO
No. b3 Cherrv .- t . ohe !.ir from A.ln.r- iYr.n.u iv.
uie, in iiiiiu;.ue DUllUlllgS. June22 ll
Sljles for I all fUady,
PF-MALES FEMALES FEMALES
t EM ALES- FEMALES FEMALES
. EEM ALES FEMALES FEMALES
OLD OH 1'OCXG, SIXGLE, MARRIED. K ,tj.
TAKE XO MORE PILLS,
TAKE XO MORE PILLS, '
THEY ARE OF XO A VAIL,
THEY ARE OF XO A VAIL
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BL CHC
IS THE VERY BEST
REMEDY IX THE WORLD
tor all complaints incident
f - . - . , - uvAAo exi ir-iiit;
,vU Mouiiaui iii.-iiiwAl Will nr in tin.
DECLIXE OR CHA XGE OF LIFE '
. SEE SYMPTOMS A BO YE!
AO FAMILY SHOCLD BE H'lTIIOCT IT '
TAKE XO MORE BALSAM. MERCCRY, OR ( V
PLEASAKT MEDIC1AES FOR CXPLE4S '
AXTAXD DA XGEROCS DISEASES'.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BCCHC
' - Cure
- Secret Diseases
In all their staires. " u i;i'i i-.....
Little or no chauge in Diet; No iueoiiviuieiii-e
AXD XO EXPOSCRC
I'se HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BLCHC r..r .v,-..
arising from habits indulged in
BY YOCXG AXD OLD.
And for diseases arising from habits of dissipation It
removes all improper discnarsres: and will rir. -..
patient in a short time to a suite of health and purity
Lse HHmtxAd t Extract Bnckt f,
tions of the mort diHtreHHiii charact-.r.
' ' . "
- . - - .e; j
U7 E Uns day introduce our Fall Style M'Si!k Hats,
which, lor beauty of finish and eleiranev ct stvle.
cannot be surpassi-d. Gentietn.-n of taste will call and
select one at the fashionable Hat Emporium of
eptl-tf . No 23 lliblie s-iuare. ;
Tle Japanese. lint.
N'tW style of soft Hit, got up very line anj !ij;h
-Ta at the Hat Emjioriuiu of - T
No. 23 I'ub.ic Sijjaie
OCll stock of French Soft Hats is now complete, etn
b racing all of the latest steles, uhi. h trii ii.eifr.
the attention of all. . A. J. FJlAN'tlijCO,
Hatter and Furric r. No. 3 i'ub:k- Smare. N'ahi ille
The rrciicii Otiar Hat.
I CST received a new kt:direct importation of tuns.'
jiopular Has. so m i. ii alminiJ. consisting td tbu
Iil.ick and Drab color, w u;ch. lor fuiene-ja of lulu ic, can
not be surfi.i-i.5i-d. at the fa.shionabie H.u Emporium ol
- - FaASOfGO'tf,
epll-lf N'o. 3 t'ubnc square.
Tiie fc'rencli Pocket Hat.
entirelv new d'iirn IttM reeeired' thfs dav
by tiirs. - A. J. FRANCESCO.
septl-tf . .u - -'Vo. 23 Public Tpare,
lull.! ii- . r thM
Untrt -hou-ie, in Nsshville, on S.ttunlav, OcUiter 20th,
IS00, 23 t-iavi-s b-iougiug to tho este.u- of I. Shelbv.
Tiiats. 6 an I 12 luui.lhs' credit, with interest
.mrchasers to give their notes with two approved sokB
Hies aud p-iyabie in liuik. fiale absolute and without
At the family residence, ia EdgcOeld. on Friday tXe
IS. A Oct.Ar, 1S60.I wiU sell ail the Furniture and other
auld pi-rsniiai propiTty, of everv detcriptiou. to too
nlv-hi-st bidders. t--x months credit with interest,
not he livable in Dank and to tie well secured ex
cept when the pun-has.-r amounts to lti thin $100 ir
whicii cis.-th;.-cash will be reqaire.1 -
s..-pt4-tds -' -' - J. F tilJliVES, C. k ii.
3 Xrpmet cf the Mark Yvunj ett.Ue fur talc
PrK.SC A XT to a decree of the Chancery Cnu t at
Nahvi!le. in the case of James II. and Jacob Vouri,
AJmrs of Hark Youug.dec'd ,t. Uizaljeth Young and
there, I will sell nt the Court-house, in Nanhvide on
iilvrdoif, OttJtrrMntk, 1S60, the fwajowina' Slaves to
a lt: San, Fanny ;ind Ldaanl. - ". ; ;.
iiat.ii.-. o uioiuie- creun without interest, notes pay
able in Dank, and with good personal securitv required
Fejul-tds J. E. GLEAV15s,"C. k. M
Oil H-VRKKLS Timothy Seed; . , - ' , ,
120 ' B.ue Gris do; ...
20 Orchard Gl ass do. . . .
SO ' Hrd.s Grass do; ? i
Iu store and for saio low by
--ptl7 JH'OH MiCKl'-A a CW
. MierifT Sale.
BY virtue of ;.tan U. fa's. No-s 20T.S, 2&12, 2549, to
me directed. Mid delivered from the Honorable
chancery Court of Itsvi.Ion Count v. T"nni-se, at its
May l m, 1S60, 1 will exivise to "public sale, to the
bigheet bidder, for cash, nt the Court Hons Yard in
tlieCity of Nanhvi'Ie. on rif-'.rday . the 13 dsy ofOi-lob-r
1S03, all thf ru.lit. title, claim, iniercst and r3
t .te, w hu h Jas L Powell then had. or may have stcoe
ocijuire'l io and io th-. foliow.ug desTitiii coperty
to wit: Two trai is of land lying en the North s.da u
Cumberind River, Davulson Coontv , Tiuuefuii one
itf said tracts containing 149 4 aTt", the othur ccn
taimng 100 acres, and being i-ie - me which Mrs.
Surah ro --!l now resides an-i in w hich site has a luV
time inten-st and e-tate. The inu-iest here lerwd u?.
on being the same which J.iun s 1. Powell is entitled U
oy a-dceni irom bis deceased hmtlier Jolm Powell
being levied on as the pronert v of Jai.us 1. kmrai:'
and tosattfy jitdgmeuta rer,deret in rair of Jame?
ry.-hoocm.iker. J C illniu.n A: ..n.aud X lt,i, ,n..
Jaint-3 LPowell and i! train J Wtlls.
1 - J. K. EDilLNDSOV,
S-pt2?-td . - Sberi3.
Fix?.. w-y-r.! '
r..i. .V - ajr was ia am ui rece.pi auu advanced to lit.:. N'oih.
.i- vvW o w wngiuat aecision ana award I log t-ans trod in Fro.isions.eicent Km-u nr, n, ." -
-i .1 l ,.. .. I ... ti ii -i. .. ' 7 "
oi tne committee Upon Family Sewing Ma- I X- , r fV omonsin largo receipt and dull-
Nnihlnir irn . chines. snnnlnfeJ t. ik. 'T... - 'T.r...11'
o - u Uui jn.Ms vi I ' r i j v icuucKci; otute I " " " r" u 1 7k.s. isew Orie ID
Fair tor I860.
. L. P. WILLIAMS,
8ecy. State Agricultural Bureau,
mind as to hear another express his tntentfon
to give us a piece of his.
Frelah:s unchanged Flour. Oniof. Ae . ion a i,ri.
nnlinirv VL'ni rr li I C.A !,, qim.u I
1 J i. viu, ivgU. IMWV.
Sawdust pills are said to be an excel
lent remedy for the dyspepsia, if taken In a
i?- A thousand dollar carriage, made
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
ine scene ot the story of Xemesii is laid io the
South. The time, the beginning of the present centu
ry. The customs and events of those days are traced
with fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
& Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennesbee.
' - R. H. BROCK" WAV
thirty years airo at MidoMetnn. C.nn for r. r,- . . t. . T ' . I T '..T "l " " " "
- - r r --" -' i v a vjvii'otAa auu uwuerui Lne irnvpp rv tta itaoi i wiia ldb -urraiivA. tnai thA rMtiap a vru a.t a
Jackson to ride in, has recently been sold for j Patent for the State of Tenaessee. ; I n btetorical details. The homes or fifty
?i 50. I gent. 26-tf. " - - j years ago seemed as famiilar to him as those he visited
--r, . . I --mm- I but yesterday, and their Inmates differ little from the
-ry&weet are tbe uses ol adversity es- I Nonce to Bcilders. Proposals will be men aad women wilh wno ne associates daily. The
peviauy in case oi lawyers, who thrive la I receivea ai me omce or the undersigned for I P,CTl-lumDloI-
proportion to the number and variety of their I iDe conetrnctioo of a frame Church on the I no otier fofk from the authors pen can there be found
.:'. I Murfreesboro Pike. 5 miles from thia citv I greater varietv of Incident im .r.,,i jji
11 miS. . I v. 1 . . . ... . J I - - J "
I nans, specifications and bill Quantities, will I of character, more mnKtnns. nr k. -j t .
9 1 - . . a -- a t v mswukass, OUU iaTUr Ui
bave'at I Z V . . c--"'"'"a"uu' "ate, irom I ascription, and certainty no other contain a vlat
8 to 12 O'clock each day. . . ' ttrHdna in amentia and a, aw a . . .
JAMES KIDDELL, Architect,
. .1 Odd-Fellows' HalL
S. Wife, (complainingly,)
more than a third of tbe bed."
Husband, (triumphantly,) "That' all the
law allows you." , '
unking in concrptioti and to ablw manaaL.
The reader cannot bat remark how irresistably yet
naturally he is borne along by the tide of events.
There is no need after he is once m the current to ex
plain the ominous tittle that frowns at the top of the
page. Before tho Xemesit is on railed the reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by Intuition that
SS" Miss M. says that the first time a I . Tne ladles have resolved to vote oa
I m O If. .1.! a? till a
young man squeezed ber dress, she felt a. 1. i, TtiJ'SI?.
she was in the land where the rainbow comes mlnutiva shuttle, and wimiia , hnhiL. nr? I there M prtag and secret wires under the
from. Astonishing- how poetic a little bit of j determined to have Sewing Machine work I fet nd ta home8 ""wuspecting objects of
hugging makes some people.
which Will survive the wash-tab. In short, engeuce and the pertinent motto of the authorers
they are going "to a man" for a Dew admin- I fully provea th1 retribution though som times slow is
"That's part of tbe sinking fund," at
a chap said when a box of specie went to the
bottom of the river. -
ECT- Porter," asked aa old lady of an
Irish railway porter, "when does the nine o'
clock train leave?'1 "Sixty minutes past
eight, mum," was Mike's reply. '
jp9 One reat difference between Japan
and the United States is, that if you Insult a
man there be rips his own bowels oat, while
it you insult one here, he rips oat yours. 4
A Yocso Hcxaxv-Iu order , to amuse tbe
children on the Sabbath, a lady was engaged
Istration under Tbe Grover &, Baker.'
dawtr - -
Edgefielfi & aeutucky ttallroad.
r-ii- Ti'" im .
IVatliTllle to ClarlUTille, Hop.
limiTille, IluBsellTUle, &c. .
CHAXGX OF TIMS,
(XauM&cJax AtOXDAr, September 2ith, lseo.
teave Xashrllle at B JO a. a. aad 13M r. m
Arrive M UarksvLUe 10 10 a. at. aad :0 r.
Leave CUrksvule at 40 i. at aad 8 r. u. '
Arrive at XaahvUle 2 a. a. aad 4:4a r. au
Tha aoornlof trala from Nashville conaacu at Talt's
war .v r i w . a w. a n a a a n. . . .
."-."""J lurauiuj ti tnem. irom fne lltie I "ear una, with Waoghter Co.'s daily
the. story ot David and Oonah'anir mmtn. irr lusvule, Kr., via.
to the. passage In which Gollah bo boas tin e!t r" r'topaivuie stages leave for CHambus. Ky 1 1 ri .'C"t
..j . v jvuun awipuog, a
IiUIa rhan . tlnuwt l
Tbe Evening train frota KaabvUle makea eiu i
I arc una ax cuaia ijm vm trmtm n
Also a fresh supply of the
The following notice of this work Is from the gener
ous pea of AXN CORA RITCHIE, and pays a Just trib
ute to the most successful female writer Virginia has
produced: VM. CCLLEX BRYAXT.
Let this noble prod action he upon the table, and
enliven the hearth of every true Southerner. Foster
this gifted daughter of the Koala with the expanding
sunshine of appreciation and refreshing dews of praise.
Stimulated nndeyeloped genius, to walk ia ber steps
emulated her echievrmenla, show her hooora, and the
cry that the South has no literature, Is silenced fere
aver., . . . t . , .. . . . c -
And a large supply of above, and MOSS SIDE.
AfreBhsoyyof KrrLEDGE " ' f -"
I had -nuher-Vrttten BCTEEI)GE WiahvuTIJ'0X
THK TlAeS4.mtkcrtfBeIk. . "
HARPER and GODEV, for September, jnst received
Augil-tf , . Ko. 41 College Street.
Whether existing in .'"""
MALE OR FEMALE
r rora wnatcver cause originating and no matter of
UOW LOXG S1AXDIXG. 1 -
All the above disease and symptoms admit of the
amc treaimcui ana may originate from the same cause.
READ! READ! I BEADHI.
HELMBOLD'S BUB HIT Is Bare and pleasant In taste
and odor, but Immediate m action. -
Personally appeared before me n Alderman of the
city of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, Chemist, who
fuig uuijr muu, uoe say tuai nis prcpuratutu cou
Uins no narcotic, mercury, or injurious drugs, but is
fui -jjr t ( iuir.
- H. T. HELMBOIJ. Sole I:..,f .r.., re
sworn and subscribed before me, the 23d duv of No
mnlvr. lRSA ;.. '
-- W1L" P. HIBBARn Jtldern..n
Price $1 per bottle, or six for $o, delivered to any
OXE THIXG CERTJLX,
A Trial Costs but a'DjIlar-Trr itr
And be convinced of its efficacy. And it in acoamraa-
ibu oy reiiaoie ana responsible cert i lira te from Pro.es-
aors ot aieuicai colleges, Clergymen and others.
1 1 i-iari-u oy- - -
M. T. UfAAIBOLD, - ' - ;
' y Practical and Anaiyticul Chemist .
- 104 Sooth Tenth street, below Chestnut.
- ' . Philadelphia.
XECESSARY CA UTIOXSboald nnprincipled Deal
ers try to palm oft another article, which pays a better
prom ana is worthless, sk lor Helmboid s, take no
other. . .
- - CURES GUARAXTEED. -
" " - - RAIXS BROWX.
- Wholesale and Retail Agente, Xaabville.j.
yxa au Draggitu everywnert.
A roN'DAY. bEPT. S?.l. MR?. TUW1X will open
i.X fiioiH lor Girls in the Hwmi'Ut of the I'resbyte-
idy employed to teach Music cannot fail logive
tlsf.lCtloB. " "
nan Church. EdgolMd. Arrangem. nt.siiaveb.i.n made
f) give a full and thorouzU Academic aud CoUecialo
Moo. P. F. S.VN'1'EL, a native of France, aa 1 a gradn-
ate of tho Koyal College of Algiers, win leach k ivnca.
Spanish, ita-kiu and Modern Greek. Jl-in. a.iuU-1 pre
sents the best testimonials from uL'tny dislinoiibdiod
lerson.- - T " " '
ilr. 11. J. Moles savs of Jicn.: santel; "-Ha Las beim
teai-hing my sou some time, and this practical trial el
him convinces me that 1k defc5rves te be trusted ja-
plici!tf as a Teacher of French." v . - -
ine regular Kates par .Sesilon or v months arifi,
t2 and r5. ' " "
Music on the Piano j-5 00
latin aud Greek.... 10 00
Modem Languages ". 20 00
Crochet and Needle-work 600
Hif Pupils will b charged C om the lime of enk-nng
to lue end of the Session. The bills will be paynlis at
the middle of the fjeiSkm. aug2i-lf
HID ITS OF hiiOO hOlU;n.
A Hand Icok fcr L es and Centlemor
This is aot, as tniMte iLf.rrel, collvCU' ol set
firms,ce-i-mot!5cs ,piibt"s of etiquette, a'cd cbnven
iiotulisms. Written i person well c-nversant
rith the world , and, w:thal,a deep tn1akcr,a Sagt
reasoner, aud a correct moralist, it will become a
standard work oa Habit and Mauners, a id will find
is wij isu every library. For sale by .
"' J0HX YORK" k CO., '
I. .;."- No. i3 Cn ou stiea
One .'cf the most l'cpalar and Bfccioltnl
- Instilntions Is ; ; .
- -;" AND- - - -" - --.
x Oa DcaderlcH. . et.
NASHVlLLEV -TEiNWCSSEE. ;
rtnHB Doctor himself Is an eld PracUtkMir.f'om
' X tbe old (niltui coanU-y.beii x already 15 years
i a America, having maafuUyand honorably sur
mounted all the trull of the new workl, and hair
tied and conquored death of the whole raore ot dis
of oar different climates, Scuta and North, so
taat tne time of am sucteee ta tae trvaMneotor en-
eral aad p rt vataxlieaiMwin ie ladsttpa table, rr itico
he has tha mom reuabl references. - -
especial atunUoa paid to dtaeises o yersakst and
ChHHis) oxaca a-eaiaeate be teets, in i. r
al, by beiag entrusted wttb, de operate cases, fur ta
Illustrate cia.tkiii.. lie isennversant wlthibe Amen
French and Gerotan I titruairr. n.l alwevs
reaty to tender his advice and tervs-es Math'olite,
JC.-T reeeiyed a largs sootty of
NEW ML.-IC, among wl ich re &
several fonca by Foley Hall, J. K n
i'hoicas. & C Foster, and othtr ceie- J
brated.wnters pieces t rum Bher, ihiilberg, Wei
leohopt, Wallace and others. -s . s
Also, a largj ansot tmeut vf Steinway , "So's,"
and other . .
FIRST CLASS PIA.OS,
Which wid be foi l ai small advance on ecu. For
bargains oomo io .-''." "i . e j
a L'niou Street.
mayl5-dl.. ;J J. A. .1 et'l.lT itli. :
An aperient and stomachio preparatmn Of
purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com
bustion in Hydrogen, of high medical author
ity aad extraordinary efficacy ia each of the
fjbwin convelain, via,:
DSBILrTY, 1TLBV0TJ3 AITECTI0r3. ZMd
CIA'JIOX DYSPEPSIA, DiAERHEA. C0NSTI-
? inox .aCEOFUXA, 8ALT khettm, sctjkvy
JaUNTJICE LIVEJi COMPIJalHTS KHZTJMA
nS3I MEBCTJETAL CONSEQUENCES, TNTEE
MITIEXT FEVE23, NEURALGIA CKROSIt;
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKJTES3. KB
KSN3TSUATI0II. WHITES, CHLOEOSIS. rt..
PIMPLES ON THE FACE. E0UCH3iES5 CV
THE SKIN, eti . T f iT f
wThaLUOt feaing absarbea.by" the fJiJoodV ard
thus circulating through tha whols system, co
pari oi tne coay can escape tneir truly woa&sr
Cul induence, .. , .,. . -- .
Tb.3 expsrience of Ihonsasds daily woves thai
iq preparation of Iron can for a moment b
;omtare( wita it. Impuritiej of tie bloo 3. d-
pressioa of Titsl ensrgy pals and otherwise
ickiy complexions Indicats its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In tl rases cf
femala debility (3uor albas, chlorosis, ete.), its
affecti are delw hCa'ly renovating. K rsmedy
has ever bsen discovr"a, in Lie whole history
of msdicine. which exerts tush prompt, happy.
aad .ully restorative effects, bood appetite, con
plata cigectioii, rapid acquisition of strength.
witt an ttausual , dispovtitm &r . active.-and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and jrenrral rertorativ
it hav no raperior and no rubstitTita. - -.
PAft np In neatl fiat metal baxes contain)' .a
HO pill, price SO cent per Iotx I alx to
t3 60t ena bown tmxe. 4 Oil. Pot astle by
Oruclits s;riM rally. WIU be merit frfm tu
any addret on rtcrlnt ef he nrirc. Allies
tare, rtters, -tc-, aKontlil be suiairesaeel to
-RIB. LOCKE &co.
, ueneral Aerents.
la a tae-slmlle mf eta '
FS. TI. Tt.e abor
lain I on eaa hi boa.
- "- "fSCecGSsoe toll cooaxr a cn
Corner Breid and C berry htt eeia, ; I
. " v- -victrrrTT v -Trrc -' - - i
WIIX keep always ea haad a large and coia;i:
-aasortnient of every th;ul kept ta lb Imug ii
rHrTftrm Of KinKPATraCX. NTVIN i T O., (il
this -day' dissolvecl- bv-mutual -canarat M. A E.
Kirkpatrlck having withdrawn from theaxmeerB, The
basin -ss wid st:1 be contlnaed at The old aland by tne
remaaiing partners, NEMNS, KUTlI-ej BUTIAJ:,
under tha style and Hrra of XEVlNji, KEITH A CO.
Xashvhle, Oct. lst,UO.
-5 Ia retirmg from tha firm of Kirk Patrick, NVvmi a
Co., we raura our sincere thauka f'-r iIm liberal pa
trtinage bestowed npos the H-ise, aad reoxuros"d oar
saeceusors and foruier pHTlaera as worthy Uie ronttna
ance of their uvtriaiae. - E. KIliKPATKlCK
ocli-ira "". M KlP-NPATKICk.
which -we wdi seil av cheap as-the Chen peal, and as
rood as the best, which we ace ready to lvove ail the
unlearnt at anytime, day or uiiht. to the sattsfceuno
of all good citizens who wiU tvor u wuha wl ttid
patronage. JOHN J 1;.L'
-pvR. 1XPFJ1WT1. of Uii -ago, Iliitxus. the Hu xfll
aid skiiuU Hiperauir oa the Eve aad Ear,
itstioo IS "exleliivr!y kuowa tlinsigtout live
Cuited tal-. will arrr.-e tn NesKvuie, Tcnu.,a laori-
h.r.tK.Ii.j Uiia, lbtSJ .iir, t. beu a ri.-aiariy ed
ucatvd I'tivsiciaa and .-urgm of Ihe old school, ai-2
having bvi aa rxrt"BC9 ot Si y!ni in paw-tH-e. a u ....
XV. nss in one
. i ',.i
of the most agreeable Migiaorhoous f rioge Af
WHS ISMtRtfrW !
rover & Baker Swfo liaohto,ir
r.-nt. l,--j--.---ii giK-n