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HORX'S SILVER BAND!
THE ONLY PERMANENTLY ORGANIZED BAND IN"
THE uil , will attend to nil calls for mu3ic both at
tome and abroa.1, giving emire satisfaction or no
hs-e. Tbe Rasd is com used of
with a complete set of sew silver instruments
Ail calls for moaic, for funerals, pic-nics, serenades
od jubilee will be attended to promp'Jy.
anr27fl 1 -
Health and Happiici i
TIIE CONCENTRATED CURE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDL5CRETION
FOR EARLY INDICRETiON
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YOCNG MEN who are suitering from the effects of
youthful indiscretion can be surely and perta-t--ucatly
restored by uiai tbe
A Ktiimly of Great and fertaiu Powtr.
This remedy is put up in small via!1;, and can bo tn'
by mail to any address. A trial will salary. Co il
X-it a week, and you w ill experience a great bene til. A
circular containing full particulars sent (free) on appli
cation. Price per bottle f 1.
One botlle will lasla month.
N. B This remedv is suiu-b'e for cither sex.
Address, "K. Cltl'oLR, Medical Agent,
julv7-if 47 Broadway, New York.
AlWE. As the hot season is approaching, every
person thould prepare their fystcm for the change, and
there is u remedy so applicable as "Mci eua-i strcngth
eniug Cordial aud lil.iod Purilier." 11 will purity the
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen
and invigorate the whole organization. The immense
uuanlity of it thai is sold daily, U proof enough of its
great virtui-s in thoroughly removing ail impure mat
ter from the blood. We say to all, try it! It U de
lirious to take. See the advertisement in another col
umn. We would call prirticulal attention to McLean's
Lonee in another column. We add tin- following from
the M. Luuis Herald, which sptsJis volui-n-5 in its
favor. We say to ail give it a trial:
'We take csp-i-ial pleasure in reornn-.rn.-'ir. Mc
Lean's celebrated -lren,jineumg Cordial a1? an invalua
ble remedy for general debiiuy aud weakness. We
have sum it t- at -d in a circle under our owu immedi
ate observation, and can vouch fur lUelhcu ncy and
worth. It ts an articl-- which slioJ 1 be kept coi3tani
ly in every family, as it is certaUiiy an inviuabie
medicine, tee the advertisement in another coiumu.
The Advertiser, having been r.-il"red to health in a
few we k? by a very simple remedy, alter having suf
fered Several years witn a Severe luig affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious t make
known t Lis fellow -suffi-f a the mean1? of cure.
To all who desire it. he ill send a copy rf tie pre-rripti-n
ued (free of tLanr--). with the directions for
preparai and using the auie, which lii-y wU tu.J a
sure cvrt far CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA. BKO.X
l'lfTS. itr. The only object of the advertiser m-m-
nd.cg l!i- Prefer iptiou is to benefit the alhicted. and
preud :'.ferrnal!oi which he conceive V be ui valu
able, an L- he;e every sufferer will try is remedy,
u u w di c-l t'l- m ro;!'!pg. aud cay pro blessing
- .ii-r. !'; preicripiica w J! p a-l-lres
I: -. . ia-'WAilD A. Wl OS,
-S-ly K.zi Cjuty, Now Yerk.
Vr-.m the O-mtaeTOial BuUft'n, Bos tea, Oct. 15, 153.
T22 f ncsixi Potr. This point tttas, a last, to
have beo revhed, in a now iavention known as sal
lic s rrerared which by simple application,
Without teatxg or preparation of any kind, re unites
the fragm'tts of airu'.xt anything into a perfect hole.
Tt:s i;!ae is realiy a valuable invention, an 1 from :ta
utiLty, mu--it cmo into as extensive and g-neral u.-.e
as the frietioa niateh. oc'.16-2-sr
MtjR3- Clars, GioKr Co. XaHvit. Genii :
I purchased two bottles of your Arahroaial Oil, which
has giveu entire satialactioa in Col.c. Toothache und
H-aJai he. GEURGK sTKW.VET,
f-tl$-lw ClRt stox, Lincoln county. Tenn.
FOR rill VAT E
TwO-ir 1K- KING, former'y of New York, for
jjFZ ihe last four years of fuit.viiie, Ky.,
"il" an-! who has ue voted his attention to
the treatment of private ui-eties ii 'M ye.irs, Hitlers
biou-elf, having attended to a ra.tice lor so many
years, and cured so many thousauis, he is enabled to
cure all dt-wt-s ot a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicial irwdieial lreatm ut,
ct from neglect of their own. It. King's lificn.-ary a
No 23 ln-auerR k street, between Cherry and tue Square,
ccoud story, where he cures all diseases ot a private
uirhea cured without tauie-j'is meda iLcs or in
terference with business.
Mra lures of old or rec nt date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an ojiration wh.ch causes no pain.
Wh-re aVtrH-'lure exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Ierha4 no disease cau" s more mischief and under
mint'slhe com-iilulion o much.
syphilis, wilh ail the diae-a--.-? of the Fkm, crowinj
out" of negU-cl or bad treatmeul, can be tllectualiy
cured in a l-w days. .
.VnuuJ WaxLn'. l"articuiralt--nti'n having b-.n
given to tins ui--a.se, and lui llie consilie nces prowuig
out of it. broi.i,til i'U in many cas--s by the destructive
hatols oi lueem-idvrate youths, and exc-ssive umul
K' lue of ttje pa--sious, a negieel of which will uiiii- r
miue the constilutHHi. rendering the subject unut lor
bus-Uet-s or soci tv, and causini: premature ola age.
etnal-9 bo may be laboring witu any uiiheu.ty of
tbe Womb may resl assured iuim-tite relict.
IVrsuus rsi".iug abroad, by writing and stilling their
rasi', with alee enJos-l. uireet to lr. A. King, No. 'J3
I faderick street, NaStiv uie, Tenn. , w lil have the neces
sary lu.-Uii in. sent, to their a-Mr-sj. Uliiee hours
from 9 o'clock in the mormug until tlx the evening.
JlT received and fr sal at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply ol Kruit Ja s and CaiiS, say
y-'q dox. Wniouguby oiass J.irs 1 quart;
Ji - '- 2 quarts
i-i t;i iss Jars, with corks f-r Bva.ir.k-.
l 'jo . va hand ou d z. fin I run Cais, one and t o
quartit, tor sealiio up, aii warranui.
Also, li! bbls. kf it Clear Coai ml, at lowest price by
burrel- j. . hiuoj,
1Z Coii:ge it.
I have sold out my entire interest in the f rn of
Nicholson llumptirey, to Jvid llurupbrey, who wi.I
continue the biraies as hereloi n-e. 1 w.l assist him
him in windiRi up the busaea of the old e,-m. and
aolicit for bun a continuance of Ite pAlrouage bellowed
on the .JJ firm. I- C. NiCIK.LM'N.
In ord--r to redu-e my Stock as much a pi-iiMe, be
f are iwivicg new t-xLa, for a short time I wiil o3i-r
miTMitire t k at coct. for c3h.
JuJt2.1 DA VIP Hl'MrflKEV.
w ih INSTANT RELIEF
and I'fcSLOtNT LX W
tut d.'res,:aj cotnpla-nt use
Ud by C. R tKVileUE k. CO., pj; XASSAC ST., N".
V. Prii-e f 1 per box; sent frr by po:.
FOR SALE AT ALL ltttWlsTS.
J. K. Giuicaos.
EinYAUDS, ILKES. & CO.
(srccweOKSto jo.kdwa r5,
Cracr ef Collrse and Charthds,,
Whclfsalc firocrrs end Coinmiion
AND DEALERS IN
Finc Brandies, Wints, Cifars, Tobacco, it
PIRTVIT in a l,T:itivA buiueS
man with 'cw hundred dollars can bud a pan-
m. r. bv addresine BL'lXiao at tue I. U. Nasi) viae.
AIjEIRABLE RESIDENCE, convenient to bufl
nej in one of the mt agreeable neighborhoods
in th city. Moderate real, possession given luiai.-ui-ateiy
L. W. LAXfiLty.
vl. 10-tf. Apply at 44 I nion st.
Auction Sale, of Fine Parlor
AND 111C1I ClilAA, life.
F. SUllalAMS wSi CO.
WILL ell oo Monday nmmics, October the 15th,
atlO o'clock, at the duelling No. 114; Cherry
treet, curner of Gay, tbe eniira contents oi I'atlor,
and Hall consist lug in iart ol embroidered hair seal
mthogany chairs, divans to match easy chairs nur
bhi slab mahogany center labio card tabk-s fine
rench dock gdl oval mirror man lie ornaments
convenient to una, f
ur?m iu oueol the most agreeable neighborhoods
the City. JlodcraUj relit. liOKseyswn eiv u
s. s a sji v J L l E,
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1 UEifDAY MORNING. OCT. 16, lbCO.
ROCK CITY MILLS
Floir In baj. f , In IvCt ba ?
!o " 4 25; c 15
Eazle do " S 59; i; l y)
Mixed Rran, per 1000 ft3.. one dollar.
Corn Mca!, ier bushel, $1 00.
Delivered to all pirts of tht city. sept 21-1
SOVtSLMS Of TIIK RlILROtin.
rpartaret of PanMnzerTralc,
ttt.ak Ctliitaxooga 1 A. M., 3 P. M
. - . Aubixi-5I5 A. M.. 3:0O P. M.
. i Ni-wviiiE 5:0O A. M., 5:5 P. M
" Galiatinxpress4:30 P-M
hoGonxu) tEc-rrcKr 6:30 A. M., l.:3lP M
ArrlTal of Iaeiser Trains.
XAmnjj! k Chattanooga 5 P. M.. 8 A- M.
Tssee & AuABaHA lOsOO A. M- 4:0 P.M.
Louisvu-LS i Nashville 3:Oo A. M., 2:15 P. M.
" " Gallatin Exprees :10 A. it.
Edvehixb & KJtvrrocT 8:iO A. iL, t:45 P. M-
Iii:i,L, AND EVEKETT EI-ECTIOX
We are prepared to furnish tickets for the
Prei-ideati.il Election at One Dollar per thous
and cash in advance.
We trust the friends of the Union will see
that tickets are Bupplied at each preciuct in
all the counties. Let it be done early.
Vhen ticket' are pent by mail the postage
will be 55 cents per thousand.
A large meeting of Merchants met
lust aight in tbe Asm mbly room of the Court
House, to confer upou the necessity for a
change in the management of the Louisville
and Nashville Railroad towards them, and if
necessary to take some action in tbe matter.
Mr. Joux Morrow was called to the chair,
and MesiTs. McKek, of the Union and Ameri
can, and Shvn&s, of the Banner, were made
Secretaries of the meeting. After speeches
from Messrs. McCkae, Dcncix, Morkis and
IIaMILtox, Mcrchaut-, and Mr. Geo. Maket.
The Chairman on motion appointed a com
mittee compost-d of Meiers. Jas. M. 1Iam.il
tox, K. II. Gardxer, K. J. Mobbis, Gko. Man
et, Geo. W. Cuxxi.sgham and Judg-; Whit
worth, to report at a called meeting a course
of action on behalf of the Merchants of tbe
city. Tbe meeting waa interesied, and we
suppose astonislK-d.at some revelations made
Aat-liTille Bate Second Day.
Tbe race yt-j-terJay was for the Buford
stake for three year old, heats, one mile;
$200 subscription, $50 forfeit, the Associa
tion to add $"J00. There were elx entries,
but only tbrej came to the Fcratch whic h
w re J. S. and S J. Hunter's Shfrnd. R. Mai
ttu'd Mary Durton and Koundtree mi l Breath
itt's nanicltf s ch. f. In ttie Orst heat Round
tree's entry had the tr. ck, and all gt off
well together, Roundlree lightly in tbe It-ad,
which w.v kpta!l the way round, iliry
Burton. led Hunters Sherrcfijtett the half mile
-duke, wln-n the latter m ule a bru-h and got
in ahead, R mndtiee still retaining the lead
rallautly. Ia the third quarter, Sherrjd
come down to his work eufikiently to paas
Mary Durt-jn, and ran wilh h;r down the
home stretch coming in from a halt to a
length ahead, and from two to three leDgtbs
in the rear ot Rouudtree the latter winning
the heat, under a pull, in 1:43J.
Iu the second heat the start was about the
waii', which was tLe same for the first qnar
U-r, when Sherrod passed Mary 25rfo,and at
tempted to come up in the contest with
Roundtree; but the effort was unsuccessful,
though seconded with gome good rnnuing
In turning into the home stretch, Mary Bur
ton was left out of the question, and Shertod
got down to his "Sunday work" in the busi
ness with Roundtree. It was in effect, how
ever, "uogo," and Roundtree came under
the line, some two and a half lengths ahead,
while Mary Burton was left some twenty or
thirty yards beyond the distance stand. Time
There was a good crowd present, and the
weather and track were fine. SJurrod was
tbe fnvoriie at the outset, by from four to
six to one; and a considerable sum changed
digits at thege Bgare. For once, at least
the kuowing ones" were slightly picked up.
Even after the first heat, which was run
under a pull, Sherr&i was still the favorite
though the batting was now on the Le
eompt blood, rather than on the appearances
After the race was over the Roundtree aud
Breathitt tiliy was duly christened io the
name of B-Ma McGavock. May she never
live long enough to dishonor the came.
It gave us pleasure to note the attendance
ofq'i'te a number of ladies, whose presence
added much to the interest of the occasion.
The secoud race advertised was not run,
Fret Trade galloping over the track aud
Ukiug the pursa. Tbe following U a sum
mary of the day's f port:
TUESDAY", OCT. 16.
FecospDat Buford Stake for S year olds; h'-as,
o- e u.ile;iJ 10 suiscr plun, fa forieit, the Associa
tion to ..ud SI- 0 u the raco U run; taree or more t
11 1 i the stak.-.
K .milree k Breathitt enters ch. f. by Ioip.
tilenc-e, d .m by ChesteaSeld 1 1
J S S J Hunter enters cn. c -hcrrod, by Le-
compte, out of Picayui.e by MeUc 2 3
R Marua cute. a te. 1. Mary iurlou by Imp.
A bi n 3 d:
V." ii ii.rding enters gr.c. Loyalty, by C'hdde
H iro.d, on- of t -la oy Imp.'l'nam pd ft
Una li ax " Ctt ill enters b f. .Sail.e Wood-
wa- d, by Imp. Albion, out of Eudora by Imp
Pr;am ......... ..... pd ft
W W uoo-ifolk ei.ters br. f- LuU Uonm, by
I i-P- Alb on, out tf Martha Dunn by Imp.
S'Vr'r en p J ft
Sana Day V iIiitns-i CVui.ty take for two
y- ar o!us; one u i - out; 50 eutrji.ee, p. play paid
H C Ij-vm.a enters cb. c. by Gteucoe, dam
by Aite . . ...... fiid
A il II or son titers gr. f. by Dan Kice, dam
l :en by Krua nier paid
; Oui.tt euteis f by Albim.dsm P lly Pi'.luw. pai i
John A Campbe I eute a cm 1. by Tu.n iiood-
ruo.ikiii by Bo ivar.. ................. .... paid
All a I'oituu. jr.. ei.lers b. c. by free trade,
dam by Imp. Priam..... ...... ............ galloped
To-day the race is for Association purse
$000, tbrve mile heat.? one of the most inter
esting days of the week.
The Xokth American Review. This stan
dard rcpre.-vntative ot American periodical
literature, both at home and abroad, is duly
received. The publishers, Missrs Cuosbt,
Nicholr & Co., Boston, have fecund the best
talent in the country to furnish matter for
ita page?, and they themselves do tbo me
chanical part in tbe highest style of the art.
We subjoin a table of the content of the
last No. :
I. Ilitmer and his Heroines.
III. Life and Labors of Thomas Prioce.
IV. Edmund Waller.
V. Lord Sbattesburry.
VI. Second Volume of Palfrey s History of
VII. Quarantine and Hygiene.
VIII. Rush's Occasional Produclioas.
IX. The English Language in America.
X. The Oi igiu ol tbe Specie.
XI. An "Inglorious Milton.''
XIL Critical Notices.
Messrs. W. T. Bekkt & Co. are the Agents
for the Review in this city.
A Watch Lost. Misa Kate Batemax, the
accomplished youog actress, lost her watch
yesterday whilst crossing Cherry street op
posite the .Theatre. It was a small, Lady's
Hunting Watch, made by Bactte, Geneva,
to which wai attached a chain, a gold (en
amelled with blue) locket, an Agate, or cor
nelian heart, a large and small watch key.
The watch was a present from Major Kixs
laxd, of New York, and the locket from Mr.
Le Gha.vd Fmith, who was lost on tbe Pa
cific. Their chief value to Miss Batemax Is
in the wtriiiliririprirsbadeKieaw'-nooji
j ridge U.-inocra:y- reu
riJire D'.-iiioera:y. reuuB'--'
Pf Tbe EtLL Gats were nt vesioidnv
afternoon. li o;ir teaver to llnmfir
the Patriot falute wifb vh;ch tbv fcnor-d
jXJT- Th Tbiid Warl vcrt.it
Club will be ftrMrifcSv'i lb! evciiinj; I7 o.'.r
distlusu!sb-d fcllow-t-Itivu flcrt'l nr.rt A-.
Tbo Tbird Ward Club . mi ; . o ci"i2 J-tvi-tatiou
tv tb vari-.Mtd c!itii -r Jhe citv, ,t;d
the c!t5w;:s gt:n-raily ! DUetrt. W !iop- o
! nt ti"? hall crowd -;d to orerflL wiao;.
p& We are indebted to tbu Avams Ex
PEEss for files of Philadelphia, New York aud
Louisville papers. We hnd besruu to tear
thnt the Exfrv&s had deertel v yilogeSber.
Shkrmav M. Booth, who wai forcibly
taken from the custody of tbe Colkclor ot
Customs at Milwaukie. WiscoDein. bis -vn
re-arrestcl and committed ugaiii.
La Guiccioli'e miniature portrait of Byron
has lieen successfully copied by Tanani, and
attracts rauch attention ia Pari. The fce is
said to be very beautiful, although gome
think effeminate; tbe collar ia. turned down,
aud tbe figure U wrapped in a clo-ik of Gor
The Union Gcakds, Capt. A. M. Looxev,
arrivtd in town yesterday from Columbia,
aud will depart this morning for Murfrees
boro. The Be Capt. W. L. Mc-
Conmco, got iu from Franklin, aud left for
Murfreesboro on tbe afternoon train. Tbe
Bell Grays, the Blues, tbe Capets, aud
Uhjhlaxder-S of thist city ah-o goto Mutfrees
boro to-day. Tbe meeting there promises
to be tbe largest ever held in the county.
Jff We direct attention to tbe advertise
ment of A J. Fraxclsco, Public Square, who
is just in receipt of the latest styles of hats
and caps, aud assortment of furs &C. &c
Gtve them a call.
Theatre. Miss Kate Batemax made her
first appearance in this city last night, aud
achieved a brilliant gttccess. She is a won
derful artiste, a;id having seen her, we can
begin to appreciate tbe reputation she Las
made wherever she has appeared. She plays
agaiu to-nigbt, a.id will repeat Geruldme tbe
part in which she made her bow last night.
We bespeak lor her au overflowing house.
Diamonds. A few more of thoe fine Pin3
aud Ring- left at Shields & Co.;s. First clas
Jewelry, Gold and S lver Watches. Ladies
sale of Silver Ware at 2 o'clock, r. m. A
general sale to-nigbt at 7 o'clock.
t'tr LIU Sl'KAKIt.
Tuomas W. Bkalmont, Eq., will address
tbe people of Humphreys aud lit u ton Coun
ties, at tbe following times aud places
At J H Macad's. Hurricane Creek, on Mun-
At Waverly, Tuesday .
At Turkey Point, luursday
ai Waouer's oiore, on ttig lloltuui. Friday..
At HiU's Store, on Uuifalo, .Saturday
At Jam. a HodTa", on Tumbling Creek, Mon
day At latiiuer'a ffhop, Tuwday ....
At Martin's Kord, on llullaW, Wedni vlay
At ChaseTillo, Tanrs-lay
At Camden , Friday
At Chapultapec, Saturday
. do 2d
- do 3.1
Gen. W. B. Bate, Breckiuridge Elector, and
Edward I. Golladay, E-q., Bell Elector, will
addrtes the peon'e at the following times and
Hardy's Stor. Wilson Co., Friday Oct. 19.
LaGuardo, Wilson Co., Saturday Oct. 20.
Gallatin, Sumner Co., Monday Oct 22.
Hcndersouville, Sutuucr Co., Tuesday, 23
Fountain Head, Sumuer Co.. Weducsday,2 1
Rock House, Sumuer Co., Friday Oct. 26.
Uartaville, Sumuer Co., Saturday Oct. 27.
gr& The Ladies have resolved to vote on
the Sewing Machine question. They have
declared for freedom from leather pads, di
minutive shuttles, aud wiudiag bobbins, aud
are deteiMUod to have Sewing Machine work
which survive the wash-tub. In short,
they art going "to a mau" for a new admin
istration under The Grovcr & Baker.
How the Ladies Iiave Voted on tlie
Sewios Machine Question.
Aa all parties manufacturing Scwiug Ma
chines are obliged to pay E. Howe, Jr., a tee
for each Machine sold, aud are also compelled
to make quarterly returns to him under oath,
the number sold, his books give a correct
statemeut of the actual nuinbvr disposed of.
He reports from January 1st up to Novem
ber 1st, 1859:
Wheeler & Wilson 21,306
Grover A Baker 10,280
Showing a gain iu lavor of the Wbeel-
er& Wilson Machine of 11,026
That's the way the ladies are going "to a
Nashville, Sept. 15, 18G0.
The Committee appointed by tbe State Bu,
reau of the Seventh AunuU State Fair of
Teuuessee to examine, and make aai d for
the best Family Sewing Machine, fiud on ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion : the L M. Singer, -ie si : & Wilson, A.
B. Howe, and the xi-jj.- & Baker. The first
three named, although diffl-nng in construc
tion and capacity, still so far as the stitch is
conceraed, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing what is called and known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, upon which all the lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re
spooled. The Shuttle Machine may be used
upon some classes of family sewing wilh a
degree ot satisfaction, but we conceive from
their construction, operation and stitch, their
principal adaptation is to the purposes of
manufacture. The points we conceive inost
necessary and important to meet tbe wide
range of requirements in a machine lor fami
ly sewing, we find more fully combined in
tie G rover Jfc Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, esse of manage
ment, advantage of using thread from two
spools without rewinding; strength of work,
elasticity, durability aud regularity of stitch,
and quietness of movement. We therefore
make award to the Grover Baker.
JOHN HERIGE3, Chairman.
JO V. UORTON,
J. W. WILsON,
JAS. A WOODS.
I hereby cetify that that the above is
true copy of the original decision and award
ol the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by tho Tennessee State
Fair lor 1860.
L. P, WILLIAMS,
Sec'y. Stale Agiicultural Bureau.
Oflice of exhibition and sale of tho Grover
& Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
E. H. BEOCKWAY,
Proprietor and owner of the Grover & Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee.
Sept. 26-tf. . . ' . . ,.:
St. Locia, Mo, 25, 1860.
At the National Fair this day, the first
and highest premium was awarded ' to
the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine, over
the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, and eight
others In competition. U
Notice to Builders. Proposals will be
received at the office of tbe undersigned for
the construction of a frame Church on tbe
Miirtreeeboro Pike, 5 miles lrotu this city. -Plans,
xpeciGcaiion and bill quantities, will
be open for examination, from this date, from
J. rrii. llaia; and Pe rtou. : .
TLe follow:!:,.' lj?t of appointments has
i been agiewl upon ly tbe Hon. Bailey Peyton
i and Hon. I.amkim.", Hayxex, candidates for
: Ele;;-r tliv Sm- at large, at which times
; and uiacts i!i- - ji! be pleated to meet and
addni-s the people it will be seen that a
! nuruiicr of e"uni liavebeen ommitted. This
i was ucavi i l tble. owiag lo tbe want of lime
j Jaeksboro". C.uip'jeil comity..
. Tar "P, Ciaiborne cwuty
I Dean's Stitj"U, irailkT cniity
. . . Monday ,
. . Wedn'day,
. . .Friday,
it'gjrn!!'?, HjVius county,. .
Kisgsport, SuIUvar- cmnty
l!!ountviI!e. Jo Monday.
Jonesboro. WitoSiington c-juufy Tuesday,
Greenville, Greene cocnty .
Newport, Oxke county
Dandride, Jeft'erson county,.
Kuoxviil, Kuox county
Maysviilc, Blimnt county
Maiiisouvill. Moitroe count"..
Athens. M,-Vinn county
Cleer!ai:d. Drad'ey ci'tntr
Caattanooga, Hamilton county
. .. .Thursday, . .
. .. .Wedn'day,. .
Public ? peak I u..
Hon. Wm. B. Stokes aud Col. John L. Spur-
lock will address the people at
Altamout, Grundy county. Monday ,Oct. 22.
Uill.-boro , Coffee county, Tuesday. Oct. 2d.
Manchester, Cofej county, Wednesday,
Beech Grove, Coffee couoly, Thursday,
Wiuebester, Franklin county, Saturday,
Russell Houston, E-q., and John F.
House, Eq., will address i he people on the
issues in the pending canvass, at the follow
ing times and places:
Fayetteville, Saturday October 6th.
Spting Hill, lueday,
Mt. Pleasant, Wednesday,
Tullaboma, Sat jrday,
S tmmeiville. Wednesday.
Cleveland, tatui day,
Geokk Babes aud D. C. Douglass, ol Sum
ner County, will address the people on the
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvass,
at the following times aud places:
.... Tuesday . . . .
do 20 Ih
Dixon Springs. .
Hocg's rdore.. . .
Smith's .More.. .
Jametovv n Tu.-slay
A divisioa of time Will be granted to an
advocate-of eithct Douglas or BreckLiridge
Col. I.. II. lartlwell.
Col. L. II. Cardwell, Elector for the
Fourth District for the regular Democratic
National nominees, Douglas aud Johnson,
for the Presidency, will speak at the follow
ing times and places:
Spencer, V. Buren co., Monday, " 15
Sparta, White co., Tuesday, " 16
Bunker "8 Hill, Wedue.-day, 17
Cookeville, Putuam co., Thursday, " 18
Mary Taylor's, Friday " 19
Chesiuut Mound, Satuidar, " 20
Ballew'a, Smith co
Fousu'n Mill, "
Dixon's Spring, "
Mew Middle ton,
Lafayette, Macon co.,
Thursday, " 25
Friday." " 26
Thursday, Nov. 1
?lssrs. Taylor, AVIiittliorne, and
Tlie following list of ajijioiiitini-iits has been agreed
upon lor Messrs. Taylor, Vt inlihorue, and Walterson,
caiididaU-s for Elector for the state at large, at which
tnue3 and places they will be pleased to meet and
address the people. It will be seen that a number ot
counties have been omitted. This was nuaroidablo
owing to tho want of time:
Camden, Benton county, Monday, Oct. 15.
V.'averley, liumphre county, Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Charlotte, luxou county, WcdueKday, Oct. 17.
Nashville, Davidson couuty, Friday, Oct 19.
Franklin, Williamsoi county, Monday, Oct. 22.
Murfreesboro, Kulherlord county, Tuesday. Oct.
Uallatin, Sumuer county, Thursday, Oct.25.
Lafayette, Maeou county, Friday, Oct. 28.
Cartilage, smith county. Saturday, Oct. 27.
Suiithvilie, lieKalh count, Monday, Oct. 29.
Cookeville. Putnam county, Tuesday, Oct. 30.
Sporty, White county, Wednesday, Oct. 31.
McUiunville, Warren county, Thursday, Not. 1
M-incliester, Collee county, Friday, Nov. 2.
Hon. Robert Hatton and Jo. C. Stark,
Esq., wiil uddress the people upon the issues
in the pending canvass at the following times
and places :
Petersburg, Lincoln co. Tuesday, Oct. 16th.
Shelby ville, Bidiord co. Tburada", Oct. 18tb.
Tullaboma, Coft'-e co. Fridav C)ct. 19Lh.
Franklin. Williamson co. MoudafL)ct. 22ud.
Triune, Williamsou co. Tuesday. Oct. 23rd,
Brentwood, " Wednesday, Oct. 24th.
Beach Camp Ground, Sumuer co. Thursday.
Mitcbellsville, Sumuer co. Friday, Oct. 26th.
Iiuich on tha Parables of our Lord. Price $1 75.
A Plain Commentary on the Gospels, 7 vols English
A Plain Commentary on tho Gospels, 2 vols Ameri
can, $4 00.
Bishop Ilrownell's Commentary of the Commos
Prayer iiooic, $2 25.
Tne Imitation or Christ by Thonvm A Kempis, 75.
Double Witness of the Church, Loctor Kip, 75.
For sale by JOHN YottK & CO.
The Xaur Tork lailr Herald received every dar by
ct-tf joirx ruuKua.
Solid Silver ani Silver Plated Ware, liold
and Mlver Watches, Lidmumls, and first
class Jewelry at Auction.
f 'HIS Stock romprisi-s a full assortment, equal in va
J. riety aud styles to any in the country. The Sil
ver Ware coasisli in part of Tea Sells, servers. Ice
Pitchers, Creams, Cake baskets, Breaklast and Dinner
Casters, Wine .-lauds. Kgg stands, Syrup Cans, Dining
and Dessert Forks, Tea Table Dessert Spoons, Fisii
Knives and Forks, etc.
WATCHES Uold Chronometers, (genuine) Diamond
Setting, Ladies' M atches, American Lever, Duplex and
Double Timers Uold, .-ilveraud Puilcd
JEWKLKY .Setts from $300 down, Diamond Crosses,
Rings and Pins.
CCTL"liY Pocket, Tea. Dessert and Dining Knives;
in short, an assortment of other tine goods, usually
fuuud m first class Jewelry Establishments. All of
which we wiil sell lo the highest bidder, lor cash, com
mencing on Wednesday evening, October the lOlh, at
early gas light, and continuing uay and night untd the
whole slock is disposed of.
All goods guaran teed as represented , or the money re
Ladies and gontlemcn will please call and examine
tho goods. BE - J. F. SHIELDS A CO.,
Outral Auction Booms, No. 27 College Street,
eetlO-tf Opposite sawanoe HoteL
M. A. PAfiRIKH & CO.,
FORWARDING, 'I EH f II IMS,
Fronting on College and ITIarket ata..
So a t h of Ilroatd,
500 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
low by MA PAKRlsU Cu.
BALED OATt .
100 bales prime Sheaf Oata, )ust received and for
sale by M A PARRISH JC CO.
i00 bushela Shelled Corn; !
1000 " Ear
Just received and for sale by Ha PAERISH k CO.
100 bags No 1 Rye, just received and for sale cheap
by MA PABKISH k CO.
CRUSHED CORN. :
100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for sale by
CORXHEAL. , . , i
250 bags fine Corn Meal;
100 Boiled ' . :
Just received and for sale by M" A PARRISH k CO.
WHITE AND BLACK OATa.'
1000 bufbela White Oats; -
'800 " Black t
Just received and for sale by M A PARRISH k CO.
XESUAXXKlW ATOEST .:.. I
200 barrels Northern Potatoes, past received and for
to t7 ; M A PARRISH k CO. '
WHEAT BRAN. . ' '
300 bags Wheat Bran, just received and for sale by
- - M A PARKilS J OCX i
Most of the above articles are en cons urn men t. as
well as many others not mentioned in the above list.
1 1 U : .i. in .. . , . .
-o. win ru, mn .rn91i.ln.lV9fi Ik nPi
yanu uiftULas ptvmrara waaaA-araea
" " Nailed.'" '..' - "p '
New Yorsr. Oct. 15.;- The stealer Saxo
nia 6aileil l.day lor Liverpool, tuktog
000 t-pocie. ..
Foreign. " "
It i r.'jruri. d Unit Napolcou in replying to
the Pope, insiiitainw thv proptu-ty H ntiu-iu-terveniion.
He promises to maintain ordr-r lu the Holy
See, but desires toconeTgn Rom to the pro
tectorate of genuine Italian power.
Count Cavour,' in answering Cadella's de
mand for documents regpecting the entry of
the Sardinians into the Umbrian marches,
refuses to comply, saying that ro such docu
ment exists, and that no Powers bad made
any proposition involving the cession of a
single inch of Italian territory.
The Papal Government is making fresh en
rollments, promising large rewards to the
remaining Papal troops concentrated at Ti
The French Cabinet favors a general Euro
pean Congrec3 instead of a Cathotic Con
gress. It is reported that Garabnldi told Victor
Emmanuel that if be would go to Naples
and assume authority, he, Garabaldi, would
Tbe wives and families of the Austrian of
ficers ia Venetia, have been ordered to quit
the territory immediately.
St. Jopehh, Mo., Oct. 15. The Caliornia
mail of tbe lit has arrived.
H i-avy betting on the elections is going
Oregon. The Governor's messace takes
strong Breckinridge ground.
From .tew Mexico.
IxnEPEXDKXCK. Oct. 15. New Mexican
mails of the 1st have arrived.
400 Ctes and 800 Mexican and Pneblo In
dians have united wilh the regular army, and
:i :. it. . i. . .i -ii i - .. . . .
u is tuougui. tuey wut sunjugaie tue Indians.
Washington-, Oct. 15. The Postmaster
General has extended the contract with the
present contractors lor the transmission of
the mail from St. Joseph to Salt Lake, insur
ing the continuance of the Pony Express.
The Prince of Wales,
Wkst roiNT, Oct. 15. Baron Renfrew re
grets that the want of time prevented his vis
iting the Southern States. He "aid that he
intended to re-visit tbe United States soon
during the winter season, lor the purpose of
a tour tnrougn tne bourn.
New York, Oct. 15. The steamer Citv of
Manchester tins arrived at Cape Race. Her
dates are anticipated.
New York. Ot. 15. Latest Qieestown.
7th. The steamer Ulinoise aud Asia, arrived
out on the Cth.
Liverpool, Oct. 7. Cotton sales yesterday
15,000 bales, o' which speculators and ex
porters toi k 7,000 bales, closing firm. Bread
stuffs quiet, but steady. Provisions qui t.
IlATitK. Cotton sales of the week. 10.000
bales, closing quiet, but steady.
iv-w U' lt-uns ires Urdinaire 94 f. Bas 84 i.
Stock at Havre 162 000 bales.
London. Saturday evening;. Consols 93ia
93J for money and account.
The Sardinian Chanb r resolved that Vic
tor Emmanual be authorized to an lex to
Sardinia the Provinces oi Central and South
ern Imly, whore the population vote to be
come an imegrnl p?rt of the Saidiuian Con
stitutional Monarchy. ' - .
Oarihaldt announces that tbe Sardinian ar
my will soou enter the Neaoolitan territory,
the head quarters to be at Aauilla.
Victor Emmanual will personally i com-
Messina still holds out.
Garribaldi has modi fit-d . bis ministry to
meet tbe views of tbe Neapolitans.
Dartam has beeu dismissed.
A better feelinsr vs between Garribaldi
and Victor Emus ... . u. The former asks the
king to permit bi:a to retire to his island
A new manifesto of Mazzini declares that
no king ol Italy should be proclaimed before
tne Kingdom ot Italy is organized at Rome.
Arrived Sheridan aud Success from Bris
tol; Joseph Holmes and Western Empire
from Boston; Clara Morse and Elvira Owen
from Bath; Juhaunisburg from Havre; Cre
ole from New York.
Tbe Arizona with Brazos dates of the 12th
has also arrived. She brings $154,000 spe
From Mexico. -
Tbe Jarez Government has ordered the
restoration of the Conducta lately seized by
Di Gollado, ordering DeGolIado to be dis
missed of bis command and to be brought
prisoner to Vera Cruz. ...
KiVwT ewa. J .T-ys
if Louisville, Cct 16. The river is sta
tionary, with 6 feet 3 inches water in the
Cincinnati, Oct. lfl. Flour dull: sabs
unimportant, 5 10a5 20. Corn dull. 30a33.
Oats firm, 30. Provisions quiet. Whisky 18.
Cincinnati, Oct. 16. Henry E.man.
liquor merchant forged his father-in-law's
name for $6,000 and absconded.
New York. Oct. 16. A London letter
says that the Piedrnontese Lancers galloped
close to the gates of Rome, iu chase of the
roiiiiliciPl Gens d armes.
Naples. Bertani denies that he ordered
forcible oppositiou to the entry of the Pied
monteso troops into the Nepolitan territory.
Hti says neither Garabildi nor himself, ever
thought of counselling the immediate occu
pation of Rome, at the risk of a conflict
with b ranee.
Syria. The French troops are becrininrr to
exercise military control, creating a kind of
panic among the Druses of the mountains.
roRTLAXD, ME..Oct 16. The Roval souad-
ron for Baron Refrew, bas arrived here.
New York, Oct 16 Ancona hascaDitnla-
ted and Lamorciere surrendered to Admiral
feisaug. A great victory is reported at
Gazcrta, where 2,000 prisoners were taken.
ULAf KMliY & GILLESPIE.
C ;IV una Rxsimine.
- W know wa can please both as to
PmClS AND QUANTITY.
THE BARNES IIOUJE,
J. T. Barnes &,Co., Proprietors,
tao. 43, Union Street.
FrRNISHES Heals at all hours, day and nlghTand
.......gviiiiiaiu, regular supply oi
Gams of every description, Fish, Oysters, tbe very best
W in., ami wm-v K ... ........ I r ' . . f
--, - . j oi iikj ui luxury wnicu -aa
possibly be obuined in Nashville. The boose is pro
videdwith the best of Cooks, and the best apparatus
r3r.a"K', Eatm B-teU UP handsome, com
foruble style. sepS-U
Wholesale & Ketail Druggist
. .(scccswor to s. a. ooourr a od.)
Corner Broad and Cherry Stieeta, '
' ' : Nashville, tsxx . -
VX7 ILL keep always on hand a large and complete
f V assortment of everything kept in the Drug line,
which we wfll sell as cheap as the cheapest, and aa
Sood as the best, which we are ready to prove all the
time and at any time, day or night, to the satisfaction
or alt good citizens who will lavor as with a call and
patro?J?- . JOHN J. BEECH.
THE WORKS OF WASHU.Gr
: TON IRVING. ;
"I cannot hesiuta to predict for hint a deathless re
. - I" his pages we see that the
language of the heart never becomes obsolete ; that
TruUv and Good, and Beauty, the oOspTtog of God,
are not subject to the changes which beset tbe inven
tions of man.'. Ws become satisfied that be whose
works were the delight of our fathers, and are still
oars, will be read with tbe lame pleasure by those
who. come after "us," WiXLiam CM Bryant.
' A lew setts of the beautiful Sonny-Side .Edition,
Tinted paper. ' ' Just received by j )! '( x
W. T. BERRY tb CO.,
sept23 PobUc Square.
P i - i!ode lady's 'Boolt;)'
Peterson's Magazine for October Just received by
."' - "Daily Patriot Ofkice,
Nadiville, October 17, 1860
C(TTOJJ There U aom cotton on the
in.trkei. but there Ure no biy'trs. '
I FLOUR -We quote:
rMi per fine in barrels
Extra, " -
' in sacks,
6 506 75
3 253 50
WHEAT This article is warce, and will
sell readily at $1 35l 50 per bushel.
- BACON There is no Tennessee Bacon of
fering. Tbe market is liberally supplied with
foreign which ia selling at the following fig
ures; Shoulders 101, clear sides 141; hams
14c per lb.
CORN. White 80 per bushel; mixed 75c.
OAT3. 553,60j per bushel.
LARD Noue offering. Would bring 13
MEAL Is selling at 80c. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSENG 3540c. "ft lb. .
GROCERIES. We quote; Fair sugar
910 lb.; prime to choice 1010c; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 1011 Jc. Jt.,
crushed and powdered llj12c: Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gal.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half barrels SOc; and kej.8
(ten gals.) 85c.
COFFEE. Rio 1617c; Laguyra none
in market ; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowd-r 50
75c; Young Hyson 4060 ; Black 60
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60$1 75 ; and Barrel at
40c. $ bushel.
COTTON YARNS. The following are tbe
ageuts' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
aud 800, 9c. doz.; 6)0, 10c; 500, lie,
and 400, 12c. '
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2124c
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for ligb
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisin? Layer $3a3 25 per iox; W. R
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box. '
Bit AN $1.50 per cwt.
HAY $30 per ton.
RYE $1 151 25 per bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 per bushel.
DRIED FRUIT Apples 40(50 per bush
el; Peaches $1 15(1 25 per bushel.
Baltimore Coffee .Market.
Baltimokk, Oct. 13. P. U.
COFFEE Since our 1-ist weekly review of the mar
ket we have had t n t quite an active trade d. mund
lor Coffee. At the close oi U t te k tho stock ol ltio
was increased to ab ut 13,000 b igs oy tlie arriv.il o.
two vessels fiom tb .t port; eiuee t en, wit 1 ihe ac
tiviiy noted above, there is sc.irco y ;.ny stock i . first
hands. The market turoughout the week ru.ed arm,
and all the sales noted below ie at full rate-!. The
trans tcuon fur the week a id up 10,2t0 b.i-,m d were
as fodows, viz: 200 bugs musty Ao ut la.'o; 60 b S
ordin ry do ut 13,c; 00 b g do ut l'iv.c ; LOJ bas
do at 13c; 3,1 XI b-igs fa r i.o at 14c; 1 VUU bags d at
14i -;l,i00bassi;ooddoatH,c; 3.oO0 baiji do at
lSJic, aud loo bags prime do at 15.'jc. Tuere w.s
noilnng of any couoequence done iu either I aguayra
or Java. To-day we bad to note the arrival of ihe
btrk linton, wilh 4,100 bags Rio Coffee, all of which
was taken up at 14c ruud. Subsequently re-sales
we.e mnoe of some 700 to 830 bagi from the above
cirgo at H to 15)c. Tne market for Uie week
closed steady with the following quotiUous, viz: 13
fS)13u for or.iiuary Kio; 14S)i4,e for fair do; 14
(a)Uic for good do, aud 15-Ij for prime do. La
guayra may be quoted ut 14cal jc, and Java at lt(a)
18o per lb.
I-ocmviLLi, Oct. 16.
CANDLLES, SOAP AND TALLOW. Candles aie
scarce; sales at 16c W' 13 oz, 16 Xc r Lii oz, 17c
for 14 os, 18c for 15 oz, and 19c for 16 oz, a- tus usual
time, tales of family s p at l 60 fjr boxes of as
lbs. , TaUow in demand at 9c Ut ft.
fll t'VsF TliA '.mnnil nmlnnno uruil wit). . . 1 ,
at 10(SillH! for W. B., 12.S-13c for K. 1)' and 113
.1 i . . . 11..
llU 1111 U.U1JJBUII9.
HAT There has been an advance In this staple
since our last. We report all descriptions firm, witu
taiea oi gouu iiuiuui) ab AVfa,zo ft ion.
FRCIT Prime green app'es from atire $1 60.S.2 s
bbl. Dried peaches $1 751 85 jf bushel. Dried ap
ples 75c 9 bushel witu a limned demand.
FEATHERS, GINSENG, &c Shippers iy 43c TS Ik
for good leathers. Beeswax io(g,26c ft ft. ljule de-
maud for ginseng at ooc "j ft.
HIDES AND LEATHER There is a continued de
mind for hides, with sales of city Hint at llllc;
greeu Be ft, and 26c hido commission. Cuy oak
sole leather aOc ) ft; calf skin rough li2s.2ic j) ft;
red leather 'tiafiSc ft ft, and harness 28(o)3uc.
IRON, NAILS, kc Cold blast iron commands $20
per ton, hot blast $36, for 6 mouttis' paper, stoneoal
bar iron 2 VftW, charcoal 3 V(o4c, stouecoal sheet iron
4"a)4 'i, cuurcoal do t5io, as t quantity. Nails
command $2 75 for 10J aud sizes in the same rat o.
All articles ot iron are firm. Tin in detnaud. We
quote 1 C. leaded $10, 1. X. leaJed $11 75,1 C. 16x14
$10 25, 1. X. 14 $12, Eugl:sh block 35j7c per ft.
bales of ICS bigs snot at 70c,
OILS Linseed from the mills 59360C per gallon.
No 1 lard oil 85c per Kall.n, without tlie bbl. We
quote white lead at $1 "2i(3)'l per keg.
PROVISIONS There has been but little done in
provisions during tbe weed. The sales of prime
mess pork were at $19, at which rata 119 bbls
changed bands yes:eruy; thin nii $18,lig'it and
neavy rump port 913 0 ifoU ad; should, ra Jc; rib
sides 12c; clear nil sides 13u; clear sides l-5?.'ia
16c; plain cauvassd and euear cured bams 14 aud
140. A sale yesl rday of 113 casks b .co 1 at the
quuted rates. Lard 13 "-4,S13S'u for tierces and kegs.
POTATOES, ONIONS, kc Prima new Neshannocks
81 75 with the btrrel. O lions $1 SJ2 bbl.
Piime white navy beans $l.a)l 25 per bu.hul for
ol I and new. Light receipts ot bailor, wilh sales at
17c per ft.
Nw Oblkans, Oct. 16. Cotton sales to
day 9000. bales.
The steamer's news caused greater firm
ness Mid ling lOf all. Sales of three days
37,000 bales. Receipts of threejdays 23,500
bales, against 33.000 bales during tbe cor
responding time last year. Total receips at
this port less than last year, 51,000 bales.
Stock at all Southern ports ieba than lxst
year 73,000 bait s. Sugar steady. New 9
10. Molasses 39a42. Flour quet; 5 8l
5 90. Lard in bbls. 14 J. Tobacco prices
eneier, but quotations are unchanged. . Ster
ling exchange 7Ja8J; on bills ol lading 6ia
7J; New York aigbt J discount aj premium.
FreighU to Liverpool a-16.
New York, Oct." 16 Cotton active; sales
to-day 6.250 bales; middling upland Hi a
11-. Flour dall; declined 5 cent; sales 14,
750 bbl a at 5 40u5 50. Wheat dull; d. cdued
la 2 cents. Corn dull; sales 86 000 b.isbtL
at 70a71. Mess poik Grm; sates 1600 obisut
18 811al8 87 J. - Lard dull, eales 150 bbls
at I2j.il3j. Coffee firm but quiet; Mati
caibo 13J. Sugar steady; Cuba o.
C0MUD, CUANDLEU & CO.,
, Produce and Conimissioii
ME KC liA,rrS,
49 CJLLEQE ST., KAS BE0AD,
i. Seed Wheat!
CIO fi BAGS prime early White Wheat, - ,- t
"wUu 200 bags Vediteraneaa Wheat, selected ex
pressly for seed and for sale by
octe-tf - CONRAD, CHANDLER k CO,
Seed It ye!
Add BAGS Sed Rye, a H". 1 article, for sale low
fiU U to close the lot. r-oct6-tf
v - - - COXRAD, CHAXDLER k CO.
K( BBLS Fsgen's Epicurean, the best article la tb
tJJ market, tor sale by
oci6-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER k CO.
Af( BAGS Mixed Cora; .'
ftUU 400 Hags While Qora;
600 fiacas oats: " ,
200 sacks Corn Meal; ,
60 Bales Hay; ' j
5". ' 20 Bbls Potatoes; ' ', " j
, jo Bbls Onions; -'---- -'
Just received and fur sale by - i
octtf-tf - ' CONRAD, CHANDLER k CO.
E are receiving consignments every day of the
V V above articles. -'
octS-tf --- CON'RAD. CHANDLER k CO.
Fine Wall FpcrsJ r
A LARGS assortment of stamsed golds and French
Decorations, just received. Also several hundred
patterns low priced glased and 1$ ct paper. j i
Terms Cash for all small bills. - . I
Paper Hanging done ia the best manner. j '"
- w w rrxx, j -
. Ko S$ Public qinu-e,
'-octl-lm -- Corner Deaderick 8t.
Jf LAND WANTED 1
I jM P O E T E R Si
- ' ' AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AIsTD DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
lligavs, Toliiieeo, V.c,
01d!3onrboa, OldlRye- Monontrahela, Irishand
Ecoichjand Holland Gin, and all other 11a s grade of Liquors Lhat can be
loujid in the Western Country.
HORSES, STOCK, PRODUCE, Ac, TAK1N IN KXCHANCiK 1'OR ANY OF OUR GOODS, or we will exchange tor
Wild or Improved Lands, at Cash Prices, where the titles are iierfect. Our terms will be to Bell tbe owner
of a piece of land a bill of Liquors, Cigars, Tobacco, if., or such an assortment as he may select, at our lowest
Cash Prices, and take our pay in one ilurd cash, and two-tlanls in Lund.
Parties exchanging Lands lor Liquors. Ac, can have the total amount of the bill all at one time, or they caa
clos-3 the trade with us. and order the goods in large or small quaiiiiii. and ouly pav the one-third cash" pay
ment on each order up to January, 1S61, or we wiil sell at low figures lor a email proportion, C aeh. and give "g
credit oa the balance. We guruanlee our suck to beasguud as can be found in tbe Western count rv.
THE Board of Directors of the Nashville and Oiatta
nooca Railroad ComiKmy have this dav declared a
semi-annual dividend of three per cent, payable on aud
after the 15th insl.,al the office of the Treasurer iu
Nashville. W. A. G LEAVES,
oeiS-lm Secretary & Treasurer.
rHE sub.s-ribers having sold out their stK-k of Gools
JL to ifr. A. Jenkins, of this cily, feel pleasure in
recommeudiug him fi their former customers, and be
sjH'ai" for him a couliuuanco of the patronage so liber
ally bestowed ou them, knowing that his busiius ha
bits and thorough knowledge of the wauls of the com
munity wiil enable him to give entire satisfaction to
our former friends and customers.
K1CHOL, GREEN k CO.
Nashville, Oct. 1st, 1S60. octo-tr
COR-YKR CETIAR AXD CUXRKT STREKTS,
A'asbTille. ... Tenuessee.
3. OOlt:, Pronr'.. tor.
I HAVE made extensive arraiifiements for the rt-c- iv
ng of all the dek-cacies ot' the coming se.isiii. of
fish.Klesh aud Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
most celi-braled beds. I'lekeis aud condiments from
th - ceiehrau-destabiishmenis of Cross Jt Diaekw.'lianU
L:a & l'errin, with a large and well selected st n k ot
Excell.-ut COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
under the superintoudauee of that well knwu Epicure,
Mr, CHARLES PICLKS.
On aud alter the 15th of S-pteiuber we will he prv
paredto wait UKn our customers, KAY A'i NIGHT.
,iil-v travelers will find this arrangement to their
UiT n EM EMBER llfE METROPOLITAN. -1
visc a-r& r v
Union St., opiio-ite fctate Hank
rp'A'vE pleasur 111 ti.i. .11111. the public that they
A. have recently lilted up a hue
an I Driakiiig Salooa.
as above. Thev will k-vi ci.ntaiillv 'ii liaad a good
supply of GAME, OYS1T R , FISH, Jtc ie. They so
licit a ehrae of patronage. Good c.xiks anJ aileulive
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
o. 53 Cherry street,'
HAYING always on h.ind a fino variety of Sours,
Fresh Fish, Porter Aouse I.ta ks, il.-ats of all kind
and variety. Also, every variety ol" vegi tables ou hand
ready and served to order iu the besi uf style, would
respectfully invite tho attention of their li n udo auu
the public to give them a calL
J. K. FOWLER & CO.
No. 53 Cherry St., one door from AJaiu's Express Of
fice, in Colonade Buildings. june22-if
oO,000 Copies already sold.
COUASCLLOR l.V BUSINE,
Of the Philadelphia Bai.
It TellslYoU How to draw up Partnership Paper
aud gives general forms lor A,jre-nu-Hti
of all kinds, BUU of &aie,
Lease and I'ddiuiu.
It!TellsiY0U2Hov to draw up AY wis and Mortgages,
Aindarti, J'vwers of' AUmei,.Aes
and BJU of Ejxhan-je, JiaeijiU and
ItJTellsJlYoU The Laws for the Co'ecfiun of Dajts,
with tho Statutes nf LimUalim, and
amount and kiud of property Ex
empt fiun Ejmutujn in every State.
It Tells YOU How to make an AssvjitMcnt proper
ly, with forms for C.njhHviii with
Vnttliturt, and the Iiisot pent Lava vl
It Tills YOU Tlie legal relations existinsr between
Guardian uud H'arcl, Master and
' Apprentice, uud Landlord and Ten
It TellS YOU What constitutes LH-el and Slander,
and the Law as to Marriage Itumer,
' tho Wife's Right in Property, Oi
vorce and Afnwny.
ItfTells YOU The Law for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, aud the Aaturalization Laias
of this country, aud how lo comply
with the same.
It Tells You The Law concerning Pensions and how
to obtain cne, and the Pre Emjvn
Laics to Public Lamls.
ItTellfJYoU The Law for Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtaining ouc, with In
terferences, AfsvjnrnetUs and TaUe of
ITells lYou How to m;ike your Will and how to
Administer on an Estate, with the
law and tho requirements thereof in
It Tellil YOU The meaning of Law Terms In general
use, and explains to yon tho Legis
lative, Exxutire and Jutlisial Pow
ers of both the General and State
ItiTells YOU Hoir to keep out of Law, by showing
how to do your business k-galiy,
thus saving a vast amouut of prop
erty, and vexatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
Single copies wiU be sent by mail, postage paid, to
Eoerf Farmer, Eecry Mechanic, Eoeri) Man uf Hutiaess,
and Everybody in Every State, on receipt of 1,00 or in
law stvle of binding at flAi.
$1000 A YAR5kw7
everywhere, is selling the above work, as our induce
ments to all such are very liberal.
. For single copies of tho Uook. ur for terms to agents,
with oilier information, apply 10 or address
J0H2J PTTB, Pu.l:sher,
. " A6. 617 Sansum St., Philadelphia, Pa
AKD f U 4BI- JUN 1 G03DS.
N. PELF FEE,
,J KO. 7 CEDAR STREET,
- Having arrived home from the East, I ,
V J beg leave to inform my customers and "V5
the public generahy , that I have received "i
jX. and am receiving a la-ge and handsome if
aio unent of
- CASSDIEEES, "
Which I am prepared to make up in the most fashi-m-oHe
style, and at the shortest ootx-e.
Geuis' Furnishing Goods of all kinds kept constant
ly on band. - 1 sepfAJ-lm
DO NOT DELAY UNTIL EYERYTHING 13
DESTHOY'D BY FIRE !
- . , , ; WITH
NASH & MARR,
. . No. aS 'CoIleseJStreet. : !
October 11. tf. ' -
. SherifTs Sale.
TY virtue of three ft. tt's. No's 203S, 2542, 2549, U
XJ me diractea, and doltvered from the Honoralilb V
Chancery Court of Davidson Countv, Tennessee, at its t
May Term, 1360, 1 will expose to "puWic sale, 10 the.
bighest bidder, for cash, at the Court-House Yard, in
the City of Nashville, on Monday, the 6th day of No-f
vember I860, all the right, title, claim, interest and es- f
tate, which Jas L Powed then had, or may have since
acquired in and to tbs following described property,
to wit: Two tracts of land lying 00 the North side of
Cumberland River, Davidson County, Tennesee, one
of said tracts cotitainini acres, be other con
taining 100 acres, and being toe same oa whtvh Mrs.
Sarah Powell now resides and In whk-h she has a lite
time interest and estate. The interest here levied up
on being the same which James L Powell is entitled to
by descent from his deceasud brother- JUitm Powell,
being levied on aa the property of James L Jvwrll,
A. fe ...
EXCHANGE FOR -3j.
Scoth Whiiky. Coenac, French, Shrrr. Peach
C II. TYLM At C'O.,
NO. 17 3JAKKLT t-TRU-.T, ST. UH IS, JIkSo-RI.
A-i aperient and stomachio preparatioit of
IH0N purified of Oxygen and Carbon fay com-bust-oa
in Hydrogen, of higa medical auihor.
it ani cxrraordiaar-f efficacy in each of the
f j.lowlnf comclaini- tris. :
033ILmf. NLSV0TJS Ll'i iXTlOira, 2SLA
CIATIDN. DYSPEPSIA, DiAEKHEA, CONSTX
?i.no:j JSOKTLA, SALT EHETTM, SCTJE.VY,
Ja-JXDICS LTVTH COMPLAINTS EHEDMA
IISM KTSSUTT-AL CONSEQUENCES, T3JTE2.
MTTIEXl' FEVEHS. NEURALGIA, CHE0X1C
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKxTESS. MXS-
men sxstjatio. wihtes. chxorosis, tc
PIMPLES 01i FACE, E0UCHKESS OF
IHE SKIN, ttJ.
The IB.O'V hsing absorbed by the blood, and
thns circulating through tho whole system, bo
nart of the body can escape their truly wonder,
Ths experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment ba
roumared with it. Imparities of the blood, de
pression of vitil energy, pals and otherwise
-ickly compl 'lions indicata its necessity in al
moit every conceivable case. In "U cases of
f raa!e debility (3uor alhus, chlorosis, etc), ita
effects are dch ht'U; ly renovaUng. remedy
has ever been discove ed, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
witti n unusual disposition for active ani
cheerful exorcise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute. .
Put tip ill neni flat metal ltoxrs contain K
rt iilll. .Ice 50 rents per box: Klx tr.
S'J fiOf uoirn ho-ces. OO. For sale by
DrniTAilt nemrully. AVIU le sent free tuji
any arlilipes's on rfcelpt of ttte price. AU 111"
tsr, onli i-, tc ftltooltl le addressed to
K. B. LOCKE & CO.,"
3i'J UKOAUIVAV, N V.
X. n. Xfir n hove Is a rae-slaalle of tb
tab I on ra h box.
DR. J. E. McLEAN'S
N(rciigtiieiii!ig Cordial aud
The Greatest Bemedy injthe "World, and the
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
rnfilic and Vege
procured by the ,
,ldistillalion ot Roots.
''Herbs aud Kirk,
Yellow lock, Uloo.1
Root, liliuk Root,
Cherry Dark and
I andelion enters in
to its comiKjcition.
lbe entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex-
traetol by my new
melhod of distilling, :
Ef tore takiii2.c ions, exliileraiine 4ftcr takia!;
spirit, and the must Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and requiring the sick. sufT.rins
and debiliuitcd Invalid lo Health aud Slreugth.
WILL EFFECTCAIXY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jane
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
jiom:ieh, lysp-'sia, Heartburn. Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness ot the r-tomacti. Fullness of blood to the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, 1'alpilalion
of tlie Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
KructalHuis, Choking or sull-ieaiuig teeliug when lying
down, Dryue or Yellowness of Lhe --kill and Eyes,
Night -Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain iu the small ot the
Back, Chest or .-ide, sudden flush ot Heat, Deprew-km
of spirits, Frightful lreanis, Languor, lie-iondency,or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches on Uie skm, and
Fever and Ague (or Chills aud Fever.)
Over a .Million of Hottle
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
uislanoe h.is it failed 111 giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will suflr from Weakness or lability when Mc
Lean 1 Strengthening Cardial will cure your
No language can convey an adequate idea of the im
mediate and ailment miraculous change -irMduced by
taking this Coruial in tho diseased, debiiiiatod and
stiaibTed nervous Fystera, whetlier broken down by
excess, weak by nature, or impaired by sickness tbe
relaxod and on.trung ergani-utioo is restored to 11s
presime health and vigor.
or others conscious ot inability, trout whatever cause,
wiil liud JncLeau:s .- IrenglUeuing Cordial a thorough
reg.'ueralor ol the system, and all who may have tn
jureti themselves by luipaotM-r indulgence, will find in
lue Coruial a certain aud speedy remedy
TO CHc i-ADItS,
lUtLeau's trcti-tleiaitvsr Cordial
' ' . Is a Sovereign aud speedy cure fur
Ittelpicut oiisunt ption, llrjttcs,
Olstruetei or t'lthcu.t Al.nsti nation, incontiueiice ol
C. me or liivoluulAi V iiscua. ge thjreol, Failing uf the
tVotnb, Givtomess, Fuiiuig aua ad l)ueses incident to
ibcie la nu tiutaHe botit It.
SuUer no longer. Take 11 according to directions. It
will stimuiale,strcngili'jnand mvigo.ate you aud cause
lhe bloom of health to mount your choek again. Every
bollie is wai rauleU to give salislactioa.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mc-li-jui
Cordial will make them ueailky, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it aud you will be convinced.
It la uellclouato Taae.
CACTION. Be ware 01 Druggists or Deulcrs who may
try to paim upon you some Buut, or .-arsapariiia
trash, which they can buy cheap, by saying it as just
as good. Avoid such men. Ask for UcLcau's trength
euiug Cordial, aud lake nothing else. It is the only
rem-xiy lhat will purify the Blood thoroughly, aud at
the same time strengthen the system. .
une tablesioouiul taken every morning fasting, ia a
certain preventive lor Cholera, Chilis aud Fever, Yel
tow Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up ia
. F-nce otny $1 ier bottle, or bottles t-r (i
J. IL UcLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol
canic oil Liniment.
Principal Ik pot on the corner of Third and Pin fix.,
St, Louis, llo.
. iiold by W. Vt. BERRY k DEMOYILLE, NashvUle,
and all restM-ctable Druggists every where.
EYE & EA.B
TAR. CNDERWOOD, of Chkago, niinois, the eminent
'and skriitfttl ooeraur ou tho Lye aud Ear.
reputation is so extensively known throughout the
lulled -tales, will arrive in Nashville, Tenn., oaTaurs
day, October 25ln, 1S6J. Dr. U. being a regularly ed
ucated Phvtfk-un and .-urgecn of tan old euhoot, and
having had an experience uf ia years in practice, will
per lor m any operalB-o ou the Lye aud Ear aeconary
to resuire sight to the blind, hearing to Ut deaf, or by
ether sdoqual BieiMiS lo reiuove any diMUses ut tnoat
useful organs within the reach ol scieaoa and human
skill. Mlr X charge fur etamiHatao or consmtatai
U1UITS OF (iOOD SOCIETT.
A Hand S ck for L es . ' Gentlemen
This is not, as migbl be inferred, a collection of act
forms, oercaiouiesiMiiU of etiquette, and eunvca-iional..-rrii.
ti'rillcn by a person well conversant
it the werld, and, witiial, a deep t.imker, a sags
reasocer.aad a correct mcralskt.' It will become a
standard wor k on U-blt aad Mai.nera, and will aud