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Jtytrfai $0 tire 5.
HORS'S SI LV EH. BAND!
THE OM.Y PESlfANXNTLY OEGANIZED BAND Dt
THE CITY, will attend to all calls for music both at
torn and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or bo
bars. The Band is composed of
' Fifteen Performers,
with a complete set of new silver Instruments
ail calls fur music, for faoerals, pie-nfcs, serenades
sad jubilee will be attended to promptly.
W. r- HORN,
Health and Happincu
THE CONCENTRATED CUFE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY lNDItCRETON
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
ATOUNG MEN who are suffering from the effects of
-A y ouuum inrtiac retain can be surely and perma-
oeuiy restored oy using the
A tiinedj of Crtat and If nam lowir.
This remedr is put uo in small rials, and can be sen
by mail to any address. A trial will satisfy. Use il
tur a week, au-1 you ill experience great benefit. A
circular containing lull particulars Sent (iree) on appli
Citw-n. i'rice per buttle $1.
One bottle will last a mouth.
N. B. Iliis remedy ta suitable for either sex.
Address, K. CKLGER, Medical Agent,
yilyZI-lt 47 Broadway, New York.
Annex. As the hot season is approaching, every
person should prepare their system for the change, and
there u no remedy so applicable as lie leans streuglh
en tng Cordial and Blood Purifler." Il will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the tame time strengthen
and invigorate the whole organization. The immense
quantity of it that id sold daily, is proof enough of its
great virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the blood. We say to all, try it! It is de
lictus to take. See the advertisement in another col-
We would call parliculal attention to McLean's
notice in another column. We add the following from
the c-t. Louis Herald, which speaks volumes in its
favor. We say to ail give it a trial:
'-We take especial pleasure in recommending Mc
Lean's url braled strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for general debilitv and weakness. We
hare seen it bailed in a circle under our own uuiuedi-
ate observation, and can vouch for its efficiency and
worth. It is an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, as it is certainly an invaluable
medicine, ree the advertisement in another column.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-suflerers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge) , with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
jare cure r C'j.SSVMPTPjX, ASTUJfA, SLO.V
CUITIS, c. The only object of the advertiser in
tending the Prescription ia to benefit the afflicted, and
spread iufonnatiun which he conceives to be invalu
able, and he hopes every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may pro blessing
Parties wUhing the prescription will p address
Eev. EDWARD A. Wl N,
oct4-Iy Kings County, New York.
From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Oct. IS, 1S59.
The SncaiSG Puurr. This point seems, at last, to
have been reached, in a new invention known as Spal
ding's Prepared Glue, which by simple application,
without heating or preparation of any kind, re-unites
the fragments of almost anything into a perfect whole.
This glue is really a valuable invention, and from its
utility, must come into as extensive and general use
as the friction match. octl6-2w
Messes. Clarx, Gksgokt & Co. Naboviixe. Gents
I purchased two bottles of your Ambrosial 0:1, which
has given enure satisfaction in Colic, Toothache and
Headache. GEORGE STTEWART,
t-ctlfi-lw Ctkcsios, Lincoln county, Tenn
OR KLXtTS DisPtiiSSAUY
F0II IKIVATE DISEASES.
DR. K1XG, formerly of Sew York, for
the kuit lour yuars of Louisvuie, hy.
and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, Hatter
himself, navicg attend. d to a practice lor so many
years, and cured so many thousanus, be is enabled to
cure all diseases of a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious meosciai treatment,
or from ut-g ice t of their own. lir. King's I'tspenoary is
No 23 IX-aoerick street, between Cherry and the square,
econd story, where he cures all diseases of a private
Gooorbea cured without nauseoos medicines cr in
terference with busineos-
ctrtcturcs ot old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an operation h.ch causes no pain.
w here a siMclure edicts health cannot be enjoyed.
Perbaj. no Uisease causes more miacliiei and under
mines the constitution so much.
Syphilis, with ah the diseases of the 6km, growing
out ot neglect or bad treatment, can oe cuucluaiiy
cured in a lew days.
Seminal Weakness. Particular attention baring been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out oi it, brought on in many cass by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive uiuul
gence of tiie paaouiZLS, a neglect oi which wkl under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject unat lor
busmess or society , and causing premature old ago.
letnales who may be laboring with any uitucuity of
the nomb may rest assured immediate teliel.
Persous residuig abroad, by writing and slating their
rase, with alee enclosed, uirect to In. A- King, No. Si
Deadenck street, Nasbriile, Teun. , will have the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Office hours
from ft o'clock in the morning until 9 in the evening.
July lo-ind&a ly
JlT received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Kruit Jars and Cans, say
doz. Wiiloughuy Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 2 quarts
4s " Glass Jars, with corks for seaimg.
Also, on hand IXiO doz. Tin t run Cans, one and two
quarts, lor seaimg up, ail warranted.
Also, 12 bbis. best Clear Coal Od, at lowest price by
barrel. J. W. Wljo.,
sepl4-tf ' 17 College St.
I have sold out my entire interest in the firm of
KKholson a Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist hun
him ia winding up the business of the old firm, and
solicit for him a cuoUnoauce of the patronage bestowed
on the old firm. I. C. NICllOlXiX.
Is order to reduce my Stock as much aa possible, be
f ere receiving new Goods, for a short time I will oner
nay entire stock at cost, for cash.
July 2.1S60 DAVID HUMPHREY.
A CTHTTJT A Fjr tb itant relief
Af) J. llfU and ptRMA.Nt.NT i-VKt of
his distressing complaint use
Made by C. B. htYMOCS c CO., 10" N'ASS.C ST., N.
Y. Price $1 per box; sent free by post.
FoH SAlJ-l AT ALL MtCGGISTS.
JO. DWABM. .
1. K. OTUUMOS.
EDWAJLDS, (ilLKESOX & CO.
(SCCCmOKSTO JO.IDWA Dg,)
Corner of Collese and Churcbsts.,
Whclfiale firoccn and I'ommissioB
Fiae Brandies, Wioei, Cigars, Tobacco ,kt
APAKTXER in a lucrative business. Any young
man with ew hundred dollars can find a part.
r, by addressing liC&N'hSs at the P. O. Vhviiie.
A DESIRABLE RETDEXCE, convenient to bai
nejs in one of lite most atrreeable neighborhoods
ta the city. Moderate rent, pusscssioo gtveu immedi
ately L. W. LAXGLLY.
. oct. 10-tf. Apfsy at 44 Inion M.
Auction Sale, of Fine Parlor
AND -HIGH. C11IAA, Etc.
-BEX. V. SUI1:1aIS 4i CO.
' tii ILL sell on Monday morning, October the lath,
VY at lOo'ckick.at the dwemiig So, 114; Cherry
- Street, corner of Gay, the entire contents of Parlor,
and tlaii consisting in part of embroidered hair Heat
mahogany chairs, uivans to match easy chairs mar.
ble slab mahogany center table card tables tine
French doc gut oral mirror man tie ornaments
frjii and astral lamps hat rack piano a superior
' convenient, to
Moderate rent, porjnt-.si"o er
II V I L LE,
THPuaOAY MORNING. OCT. 18, 1360.
ROCK CITY 31 1 L L S .
"Ben" Floor in bags ., in half ts"3 t
Old Hickory do " '4 25; - 215
Eagie do 3 60 n j q
Mixed Bran, per 1000 fts., one dollar.
Corn Heal, per bushel, $1 00.
Delivered to all parts of the city. sept 21-1 y
3I0YtMLT3 OF TOE RAILROADS.
Departure or Paswnrer Trains.
V'tnviLLs A Chattaxooga I A. M-t 3 P. M.
-- vii aiasaa 6:15 A. M.. 3:OOP. M.
.,ujls A NaMSViix tOO A. M-, 5i50 P. M
GaiUtinExpresu 4:30 P. M
Ecuhtxld it Ks.vtccxt 6:30 A. 12:JOP-M
Arrival of laeeiiger Train.
Vtaavnia A Chattasooga 5 V. M.. gA-M
Tessbmez Aiiauu 10tOA- M. 4t0 P.M.
Locbviixs k. Nashtiixe 3:Oa A. M., 2:15 P.M.
" " Gallatin Express 9: 1 0 A. M.
Ebgetixid 4 Kxttcckt 8tcO A. M-, 6:45 P.M.
RKM. AMD EVE II EXT lil.EC lIO.
We are prepared U furuiab tickets for the
Proidential Elation at One Dollar per thous
and cash ia advance.
We tru.t the friend? of the Union will ee
that ticket are supplied at each precinct in
ail the counties. Let it be done early.
When tickets are pent by mail the postage
will be 55 cents per thousand.
Tli Merchant -Railroad .lleetins.
A large numlxrof merchants assembltd
according to appointment ou Tuesday ere
ning at the Court House, and organized by
calling Jous Morrow, E-q., to the Cbair.and
appciiutiog Mes-rs. John M. McKek, of the
Union and American, and W. F. G. Suankr, of
the Banner, Secretaries. The purpose of the
meeting was briefly stated by Hcgh McCrba,
E-hj. He referred to the many grievances
and insults which Nashville had been com
pelled to bear from the B ard of Directors in
power, and trusted that the large number of
intellig-nt merchants a?s-?mbled would devise
some plan for the emphatic expremon of the
feeling of Nihville in regard to the misman
agement and the injustice of the policy of
the Board of Directors!, and, if possible, ar
range some mode of relieving them from
Ex-Mayor Uolxjngswortu then called for
the report of the gentlemen who were dele
gated to Louisville to cast the vote of the
county and private stock, and loud calls were
made for Geo. Manet, Esq. Mr. Manet
came forward and said that he had nothing
specific to report, had prepared none, and did
not understand that the purpose of the meet
ing wag to hear such a report. lie said he
would be happy to communicate his views,
or give any information in bis power on any
particular point be desired to co-operate
with the merchants of Nashville in this effort
to obtain redress lor their wrongs and that
his interest lay with theirs in Nashville. He
said he did not know that his views would
accord with those of the majority, but the
meeting was welcome to them.
Hrufi McCrea, E-q , one of the delegates
to Louisville, to cast the vote of a portion of
the county stock said that the purpose of the
delegation bad been to change their present
representative in the Board of Directors, Mr.
Eugene Underwood, and for the purpose of
getting the vote of the city of Louisville
changed from Underwood to Geo. W, Cun
ningham, the delegrtes had waited on the
Mayor who had been instructed by the City
Council to vote for Underwood. They met
the Mayor and Mr. John Barbee, President
ot the Board of Common Couucil of Louis
ville, and there requested them to change the
vote. The Mayor and Mr. Barbee admitted
the justice of the representation made to
them, and promittd to take the responsibility upon
themselves of changing the name of Underwood to
Cunningham, and thus elect the latter gentle
mn, and effect the desired removal of Mr
Underwood. On the day of the election the
Mayor reiterated this promise, but broke it when
the time come to tole it. Aa effort was then
made, he 6uid to vote the State stock in the
road .-lock amounting to $545,000 but the
judge a lawyer named Speed, without ar
gument had refused to receive it. He hoped
one object of this meeting would be to obtain
a notice from Col. J. C. Gcild to the Gover
nor of this fact, accompanied by a request
that the opinion of the Attorney General
might be obtained, with a view to laying the
whole grievance before the next Legislature.
A. J. Duncan, Esq., made u statement cor
roborating ihit of Mr. McCrea, and referring
with some feeling to the dect-pticn practiced
by the Mayor of Loiii-ville, and the despotic
manner and purponcs displayed by the old
boat d in the election. He stated that the
Tennessee delegation had requested Mr. Un
derwood to resign. He might be a good
lawyer, had no doubt but that he was. but he
was not a mercantile man and had not looked
closely to the interests of Nashville. Before
his answer could be received to this request,
made in defference to the gentleman and out
of respect to him. not as a matter of necessi.
ty, Mr. Underwood had been called from tbe
city. On going to Louisville they fonnd that
by the duplicity of the Mayor, as already ex
plained by Mr. McCrea. Mr. Underwood had
been re-elected against toe expressed wishes
of the merchants of Nashville, and to whom
had been said he did not fully represent
them, nor look carefully enough to their in
tercets. Mr. Duncan also touched upon the
discrimination in freights, and other points
of importance, showing tbe injustice done to
Nashville. He closed by offering several re
solutions condemning the coarse of the Board
of Directors in discrimiuating against Na.-h-
ville, paying the debts ot branch roads with
tbe means ot tne main stem, ana tbe ac
knowledged violation of tbe charter in so
doing, (and which he stated James Guthrie
did admit was illegal,) and recommendiug
such action on tbe part of merchants as
would remedy thVe trouble.
Mr. James M. Hamilton thought the reso
lutions offered did not fully embrace all the
points. The mismanagement of tbe road,
the conduct of certain officers, and other
mutters deserved the notice of this meet log,
and be moved that tbe resolutions be referred
to a committee of five merchants, with un
reserved powers, who should report at a call
meeting of merchants to be held at an early
M- C J f arrtr itaid bripfl J that in re
gard to discrimination in freight, he desired
to call attention to the fact that a Loaisrille
merchant then present had informed him that
he bad shipped freights through Nashville
further South at 20c. per 100 lbsbut bad fo
pay 25c. per 100 lbs. to Nashville. He said
that Cincinnati merchants had 6tated to him
that they could only sell him goods which
were to be forwarded through a Louiarille j
commission merchant, to whom by virtue of J
tue owcKaae, a lax was due. I
Mr. Geo. Manet again rose and aid. that I
he fully sympathized with the most zealous
merchant ia the rtefcting, for bis own Inter-
etts, though not a merchant, were no Iesa
threatening than theirs he was ready to go
as far as any one but he hoped the step I
would be taken in the right direction, and I
the issue set right and plainly before the I
people. He was ready and determined to I
eeek protection from the dangerous policy
of Louisville, but was for seeking it under
the laws. He held that the right te vote tbe
tock of tbe State in the meeting of- stock-
holders was plain and just, and for many
reasons it should be voted. But be was for
right of the State in tbe meetiug of i he stock
holders. He hd urged that Ttnnesee
claimed ber vole to secure herself, the had
invested $545,000 in the road, and waa in
terested to tbe amount of $10,000 per mile
in tbe management of that road, and de
manded, by the charter, a voice in il in iti
agement. Tbe security for the runt lo.tued
was ample if the road was well m-tnaged but
worthless if badly managed. Tbe redress
for this was in tbe Courts and the Legisla
ture, and step should be taken to have it
thos presented before them. Ia regard to
discriminating, Mr. Manet siid it was use
less appealing to the honor of tbe Louisville
men They were going to make as much
money out of the road as tbey could, and
the only remedy of Nashville was protection
under the laws. Mr. Manet then read tbe
followiog section if tbe charter :
Sec. 9. Be it further enacted; That the
third section or an act entitled an act, to in
corporate the Louiovillf and Nashville Pail-
road Company, passed 4th December, 18 1
shall be ao ameodtd as to authorize the tariff
of charges for freights and passenger, to be
lees on through bunines, aud through busi
ness coming from other railroads -and trans
portation lines, than on freight and paseen
gpra to intermediate points between Louistile -and
AutAvUle : Fruvidtd. That the tana rates t
and from intermediate points between Louts-
Title and Nashville shall be equal and pro
rata in proportion to mileage wetner going
rtortn or bouth
Thid was an amendment to the charter.
which in its original form prevented any
through rate or minimum tariff. The am ud
ment does not allow of tbe charging f a
maximum or local freight tariff on freight for
Nashville. The remedy is this. Many mtr
chants here still owe for freights delivered at
the maximum rates. Lu-l one of them, back
ed bv the others, refuse to pay those bills
except at tho through freight charges and
thus Dlace the issues iu the Courts. Lvt the
principle be tested, and the Court will decide
that the charge is unjust. If the road should
then refuse to carry the freight of this mer
chant, let him go to Louisville purchase
larzelv of nrovisions and send them to the
depot. If tbey are refused shipment, put a
writ on them as common carrier aud place that
issue in the Courts. He closed bis speech by
seconding tbe motion of Mr. Hamilton.
Hugh McCrea. Esq., made an ameudment
providing for the appointment of the Judge
of the County Court as one of the Commit-
tee. The motion and ameudment were then
nassed. The Chair then appointed Mes-re.
James M. Hamilton, James Wbitwortb, R. H.
Gardner, Geo. Maney and K. J. Morris a
On motion the meeting adjourned subject
to a call from tbe committee.
JOHN MORROW, Chairman.
John M. McKee,
Theatre. Miss Kate BaTEMAn, in tne
two representations of Geraldaie, last night
and the night before, has established herself
as an actress of great merit, in our estima
tion. We do not choose just now, and per
haps never shall, to enter into a criticism of
the play itself. We may say, however, that
there are many passages in it which are
very fine in staire effect, beauty ot expres
sion and high poetic merit. The play will
nlea.se eenerallv. especially when performed
K o er
by Miss Katk. Iu its sudden transitions
from one set of emotions to anotherr it seems
to have been written purposely for her en
actment; for in that respect she possesses un
usual powers. She has many of the ele
ments of a first rate artiste, and perhaps
laCKS some, wniCU it is wttnm uer power iu
...: ir cnr,A - r.,rKUi. a-mroain
Btiiaiu. no r"i"- - ""'- r
on that head for tbe present. We only de-
sire now to say that whoever may wish to
see a charming young actress, who, if true
to herself, will be a star of the first magni
tude, and all who may wish to be well enter-
taiued, cannot do better than to go down
and see Miss Bateman. She will appear to
night ia the character of Parthenia, when,
if she gets her ample deserving, she will
have an audience greater than any duriug
the pjesent season.
Nashville It aces ' bird Dav.
Yesterday was another lovely day, and
there was again a fine turn-out, including a
number of the fairest of tbe fair of Nashville
Tbe race was for the Association purse of
$600. three mile h ats, in which there were
two entries, Arthur Adams, a Wagoner horse,
and Laura Farris, by L- xioeton. Tbe bettfng
was spirited at three to oue on Laura Farris,
at which a good deal was staked early in the
day. When the horses were brought out.
however, there was some distrust mauifi-stt d
on both sides. Booth seemed to be in good
condition, but the Lexington was still deci
dedly tbe favorite, but the odds made the
mat'.er a little ticklish
In the fiist heat they got off pretty well
togi'ther, Adams having the track and slightly
the lead, which he kept for the first mile ;
and the same relation was sustained through
out the second mile, Laura advancing. The
third mile was run bead and tail to the hall.
when Laura come up as if intending to
chance position; but tbe horse did so admira
bly that she postponed the brush till turning
into- tbe home stretch, when she picked up
ber feet and put them in advance of ber gal
lant antaironi.it. coming under the line a
length and a half ahead in 5:53.
The horse manifested a good deal of fa
tigue, while "the blood" of the mate show d
itself, and her nostrils exhibited only a whole
some degree of excitement. The odds now
rose to ten to one, aud but few transactions.
The sporting men had concluded to reserve
their funds until to day, or some other more
mvitiog season. But Ad-rms sweated off well
and come to the score lor the second beat
with an eye and an air entirely game, and
ten to one was regarded slightly exaggerated.
At tbe tap. they got off iu tbe same order as
in the first heat, and was very much a repe
tition of the first Adams leading a length or
two for tbe first mile, and half way in tbe se
cond, when Adams again played a little fur
ther in advance, which Laura promptly re
covered ia the last quarter. The horse en
tered the third mile still in advance, and
sustained bis position magnificently to tbe
half stake, where Laura concluded there was
no time to be thrown away, aud closed in to
a half length ; and at the turn into the borne
stretch shot ahead like an arrow, gradually
widening tbe space all the way to the stand,
where it had grown to two or two and a balf
i .t.. s. .: . v, 3 .i . I
lengwue uiub niiuiiug iuc ucuk auu uic iKC, i
The lollowing is a
A. Turner enter (T. G. Moore's) b f Laura
Farris by Lexington, nam oy imp iar
grare, 4 yea s old
P. Klakely e..ters (John Campbell s) b c Ar
thur Adams, by Wagner, uam oy rran-
bv, 5 years old ..
. "Time 6:53 50'.
To-day the Woodfolk Stake No. 2, will be
rna for one mile out ; and an Association
purse, for $400 two mile heats.
P" WheQ wtia Pn08Phy ver a mi.tch
lor beauty! Auguste Campetc, the great
French savan, when he wroto bis fauaoua
"PoeitiTe Philosophy," left out all allutioa
t0 sentiment and religion because, he ftaid,
they were purely imaginary. By-and-by
De ,el1 Ia lTe acknowledged there was
Baca tbiBS "sentiment;" afterwards bis
lady - love died, and he then took to religion
for consolation. So much for positive pfcilo-
Silteb Wake. Suields & C6. are lil!
selling that fine stock of Silver Plate, ami
who would not have Silver at such price T
v . n v v: .
- Importance op Pcsi.icTrr.-I!u?i V
i emi's Miactitie for'Juit--". fn ' f the
numbers of that excellent work ever issued,
sayi-: Notoriety or publicity U an indispeu
sable element of success to the uieicliatit,
the manufacturer, or the mechanic, who
would give a wid and speedy circulation to
tbe commodities and productions which be
s.-tka to exchange for money. He may bate
capital, skill, convenient position, punctu
ality, iaduslry aud honesty every pn.-sible
fitness for his business and all is nothing if
be has not sufficient notoriety, let it co.-t
more or less, he mutt purchase or provide for
as he purchases his stock of goods. And it
must oe both ' positive and comparative.
People must only know him and his busi
nes, because otherwise tbey will not find
him; but they must know biui, because they
will find and trade with those who are bet
ter known. To do a successful and profl
able business, a merchant must advertise
no matter what be sells.
Tba Bell men of the 6tb Ward are earnest
ly requested to attend the regular m-eting of
the Union Club this evening at 7 o'clock,
at the Club rooms, as busines of great im
portance will come before the meeting.
B. S. RHEA. Presr,
Fill liar j- Display To-day.
The Uuion Guards, Bell Rangers, Bll
Grays, B'.-II Highlanders, aal Blues, who
were in attendance on the Mai-s Meeting at
M nfreesboro' yesterday, will come down on
the 8 o'clock Iraia this morning. They will
parade, and, we trust, receive a hearty greet
ing from our citizens.
gSr The Auction s;ile of Silks, and Dress-
Go:ds generally, commenci-s tUis morning at
10 o'clock. By reference to the advertise-
ment of CenJ. F. Shields & Co., our readers
. ...... .
will see that this
sale is for the ladies espe-
J3?The meeting of the Seventh and Eighth
Wards Bell and Everett Club, night betore
last, was well attended, and addresses were
delivered by Messrs. W. S. Flippin, E-q., and
Col. S. P. Amext, which were both able and
effective. Ttie people are coming around to
a right understanding of th" issues now pre
Rented before them, and will staal by the
ConstitiKioii and the Union at all liaz uds.
Our friends of the Sixth, Seventh and
hiiglitn Wards are taking steps to nave a
Grand Rally in the Sixth Ward, on the night
of tbe 25th inst., which will probably be the
largest of the entire canvass in the city.
Col. Lj. II. tardwell.
Col. L. n. Cardwell, Elector for tbe
Fourth District for the regular Democratic.
National nomiuees, Douglas and Johnson.
I for the Presidency, will speak at the follow
I ing times and places:
I Spencer, V. Buren co., Monday, "
eparia, uite co., l uesuay,
Bunkers Hill, " Wednesday, "
Cookeville, Putnam co., Thursday,
t riday 44
Chestnut Mound, "
Ballov's, Smith CO ,
Fouse's Mill, "
Dixon's Spring, "
I Mew Middleton,
Lafayette, Macon co.,
9Iesr. Taylor. Wbittborne,
Tbe following list of appointments has been agreed
upon for Messrs. Taylor, Whitlborne, and Watterson,
candidates for Hector for the t-tate at large, at which
timi'A uml nltr,.4 will nltf;iai t mu.'t ml
I address the people, it will be seen that a number ol
I counties nave Deen omittea. tnis was unavoidable
I owing to tbe want of tunc:
I Camden, Benton county, Monday, Oct. 15.
Waverley, Humiilire county, Tuesday, Oct. 16.
Charlotte, Dixon county, Wednesday, Oct. 17.
.Nasnville. naviason county, rriday, Oct IS.
Franklin, Wiliiamso county, Monday, Oct. 22.
Murlreesboro. Kutherlord county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Gallatin, Hiuiner county, Thursday, Oct. 2d.
Lalayette, Macon county, r riday, Oct. G.
Cartilage, c-raitb county, Saturday, Oct. 27.
itatithville, (JeKalb county, Monday, Oct. 29.
Cookeville, Putnam county, Tuesday, Oct. 30.
!party, bite couuty, Wednesday, Oct. 31.
McMiunvilie, Warren county, Thursday, Nov. 1
Manchester, Coheo county, Friday, Nov. 2.
Hon. Robert Uatton aud Jo. C. Stark.
Esq., will address tbe people upon tbe issues
in the pending canvass at tbe following limes
ana places :
Petersburg, Liucoln co. Tuesday, Oct. 16ln.
Shelby ville, Bidtord co. TbursdaOet. 18tb.
lullaooina. Coffee co. Fridav. Oct. 19th.
rrauklin. Williamson co. Monday, Oct. 22ud.
Tiiuue, Williamson co. Tuesdty Oct. 23rd,
Breutwood, " Wednesday, Oct. 24th.
Beach Cauip Ground, Sumuer co. Thursday.
uciooer z nn.
Mitcbellsville, 6 unuer co. Friday, Oct. 26th.
Imicb on the Parables of our Lord. Price 1 75.
A I'l tin Commentary ou the Gospels. 7 vols English
A I'lain Commentary on the Gospels. 2 vols Ameri
can , 4 00.
Hisiiop Brownell s Commentary of the Commas
rTayer Uook, 2o.
Ihe Imitation ol' Christ by Thorn is A Kempis, 75.
Double Witness of tbe Church, . octor Kip, 75.
lor sale by JuIlX YOliK & CO.
The New York Daily Herald received every day by
ocia-ii JUli.N KOKii&tO,
i . , . , . , ... ,i
OU.iU litlTUIlU .MIltT riillt'U liiirc. bOIU I
and Mirer uattlits. Diani.iiua, and first
cuss Jewelry at Auction.
' I IIK Stock comprises a full assortment, equal in va
1. riety and styles to any in tbe country. Tho Sil
ver Ware consists in part of Tea ells, servers. Ice
Pitchers, Creams, Cake Baskets. Break last and Dinner
Casters, Wine stands, Kge stands. tvruD Cans. Oininp
and Dessert Forks, lea Tabie Dessert Spoons, Fisu
Knives and Forks, etc.
WAlVHEri Gold Chronometers, genuine) Diamond
Sttttii' I j ' Vl jt. l,. I........... .. i .
r . - . t i.(u ui , xsuuie anu
Double Tuners Gold, iiverand Piated-
JtAVKLKV dettsfroui $300 down, Diamond Crosses,
Rings and Pins.
CL'TLKKY Pocket, Tea, Dessert and Dining Knives;
in short, an assortment of other line irootis. ukuhIIv
found in Urst class Jewelry Establishments. All of
wnicn wo win sell to the highest bidder, lor cash, com
mencing on Wednesday evening, October the 10th, at
early gas light, and continuing day and night until the
w iioie stoca. is uisposeu OI.
AH goods guaranteed as represented, or the money re
Ladies and gentlemen will Dlease call and examine
me goous. BE - J. F. SHIELDS & Co..
Central Auction Rooms, No. 27 College Street,
octlO-tf Opposite Sewanee Hotel.
M. A. PAEEISH & CO.,
Frontluar oa Collese and market sts..
South of liroad,
500 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
Kw ty MA PARRISH & CO.
100 balaa nrime Shtmf ata mot mmIfi mi r
L" ' J..' ".''V-
kucuj n a rAKKlSU a CO.
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;
1000 " Ear "
Just received and for sale by
M A PARRISH Jc CO.
100 bags No 1 Rye, just received and for sale cheap I
by M A PAKKISU 4 CO. I
100 bags Crashed Corn just received and for tale by
u a rAtuusu a cu.
CORN VEAL. i
50 bags line Cora Meal;
100 " bolted "
Jost received and for sale by V A PARRISH k CO.
WHITE AND BLACK. OATd.
1000 bushels White Oats;
auu tuaCK " ,
Just received and for sale by If A PARRISH A 00.
aOO barrels Northern potatoes, Just received and for
le oy MA f AiiKI.Sil Jt CO.
300 bags Wheat Bran, just received and for salsby
Host of tbe above articles are on consignmeat,
well as many others not mentioned in the above list,
all of which will be soul cheap in order to close ooa
signmonts as speedily as possible. Those wishing
oods in our line would do well to call and examine our
slock before purchasing elsewhere. -ool3-tf
It A PARRISH A 00.
im waa awaraec
Montreal, Oct. 17 There wus a slight
shock of earthquake fell all over Canada this
.Sacco, iIe Oct. 17 A severe . shock of
eartiiqii:ke occurred ibis morning, rocking
buildings and tinging belis, cccumpaniol by
a loud report.
.tledal Awarded. .
Boston, Oct. 17. The Humane Society
awarded a gold medal of tbe highest c las ft to
Capt. Wi'i-on. of the Minnie SchaefiVr, also a
silver medal to Thomas H. Connaugton, tbe
mate, aud ten dollars to each of th crw. for
their services in rescuing the passengers und
crew of tbe steamer Connaught. Resolutions
expressive of the gratitude of the friends of
humanity, were also adopted.
New York, Oct. 17. The steamer New
York from Liverpool has arrived. Her dates
CI ly of Osdrmbfrs Sonh.
Ooden'sberg, Oct. 17. The steamer Onta
rio, leaving tii is port, ran into and sunk Ihe
birk City of Ogdensberg.
Boston, O-t. 17. Tbe steamer Canada
sailed to day for Liverpool. She took ouly
$3,700 in specie.
The Araoia is coming up. Her mails will
go southward by the afternoon train.
Arrival of tbe Hikes Peak Exppess.
Oma ia, Oct 17 The Pikes Peak Express
has anived with $20,000 treasure. Gordon
was bung on the tii h.
Arrival of (lie Overland fflall.
Fort Smith, Oct. 17. The Overland Mail
of the 28. b ult. has arrived.
Beale had reached Fort Magare, all well.
The Indians on a portion of the route were
more ho -tile. It was reported at Los An
gelos that the Indians attacked tbe settlers'
store bouse at ort Defiance, aud held the
I post six hours iu deQance of four comDanies
I Af- TT C .
of u- s- ops.
St. Joseph, Oct. 17. The treasure receipts
fr'm Denver City for the week amount to
markets by Telexrapb.
New Orlkaxs. Oct. 17.- Cotton firm; sales
to-day 10.000 bales; middling lOfall; flour
dull 5,62Ja5,95; corn 70a73; provisions dull;
other articb s uuchanged.
Arrived Vandalia and Wellington from
New York, Joseph Holmer from Boston.
Cincinnati. Oct. 17. Flour very dull;
sales 600 bbls. 5 t5 10; Red Wheat declined 2
ceuts; Oats steady, 3uc; Whisky declined fc.
Sales 1,600 bbls. at 18c.
Net i ore, Oct 17. Cotton firm: sales
2500 bales; midiling upland lljallj; Flour
active; sales 29.000 bbls, 5 40a5 50; Whisky
I sales 1000 bbls. 24t24: kYheat advanced lc.
I !iales nearly 300.000 bushels; Corn firm, sales
I n f.iA I... I. I T, w n
j,ui.u uu-utu, oc; Mesa ruin, mat Ket gen
erally uacOHnar-a: Lara auiet. sales 125
J bbls; 12jal3; Coffee firm; Sugar, uo quot-
I a,Jle cnauge; Molasses, forto Kico 39c: Cu
I oa muscavauo HI
LiOcisTiLLE , Oct. 17. The river is fall
ing, with 6 feet 14 inches water in theCa
I "UR Fur Department is now opened for the lnspec
" I vytion of the ladies, where may be found the largest
and best selected stock of ladies Furs ever brought to
mis cuy. A J t KANCl.-CO.
octlf Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public Square.
Our Moleskin Hat.
' t HIS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
J up for the Fall and Winter wear ia far superior to
any yet offered.
A. J. FRAXCIrfCO.
No. 23 Public Square.
Pall aud Winter Styles of Soft
WE would call especial attention to our large im
Itortation of French Black aud Brown and N'aut
Otter Hats, so popular in the bouth for Fall and Winter
wear. A J FRANCISi O.
octl7 Hatter and Furrier, No 23 Public Square.
Children's Fancy Hats aud
SOME New and Beautiful styles, which we are now
ottering fall Parisian dcaiirus) . to which we invite
the attention of parents. A J FRANCISCO,
ocill No 23 Public Square.
Life Pills and PIicBiix Bitters.
THESE Medicines have now been before the public
for a period of THIRTY YEAR-, and during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect health to per
sons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to
wnicti tne numan frame is name.
The following are among tho distressing variety of
human diseases in which the
Vegetable laife Medicines
ar" known to bo infallible:
DY8 E?SIA. by thoroughly cleaning the first and
second stomacus. and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of tho stale and acrid kind ; FLATTJ
LENC'fj LOSS r APPETITK, HEAKTBURy, HtADACHB,
K-asiii-ssnoRS, Ill-Temper, Anxiety. iAngour and Melan
choly, which are the general symtoms of Dyspepsia,
win vanisu. as a natural consequence ol its cure.
C JiTlVEJfZSS. by cleaning the whole leneth 'of
tho iulostiucs wan a solvent process, and without
violence : all violent purg leave tbe bowels costive
within two rtays.
irauiiuijsiiw ijiinmi to a
regular circulation, tnrougu tne process of respiration
rrmorh"u,u """""" " mieB"
The l.tf Medicines have been known to cure RTTt TT.
KATI M permanently in three weeks, and GOUT in
na.t inat iim--, oy removing tocal muamaiiou iron tho
muscles m l ligaments of tbe Joints.
LK iPSIES f all kinds, by freeing and strength
ening the kidneys and bladder; they operate most de
lightfully on these important organs, and hence have
ever bei-n found a certain remedy for the worst cases
of GEAV -L.
Also WOaJftS. by dislodging from the turnings of
th" bnwuis Uie slimy matter to which these creatures
bcjTJr.VT.PLrEES & I5VETESATE SORTS
by the periecl purity which these Lile Medicines have
ta the blood, and all tha humors.
COiBTJTTC ERUfTIONS and Bad ComDlexions
by their alterative ettjet upon tbe fluids that feed the
skin, and the mordid state of which occasions ail
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other dis
The use of theee Pills for a vrrv short time will ef
fect an entire cure of 8 iLT hHEU , and a striking
imppmveraent in the clearness ot the skin. C0M
H K CO TJ3 and LIT - x,TJ ,7A will always be
cur- a by one uose, or two in tne worst.
FILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles of 36 years standing by tbe" use of
tbe Life Medicines alone.
REYE&AAD aGtTE. For this scow-ire of the
Western country , Iheao Medicines will be found a safe.
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicines leave
the system subject to a return of the disease a cure
by these Medicines is permanent Try them, be satis
fied and be cured.
BI IOTJS FVEE8 AWT) T.TTOtt rovr-
PL -I - TS.-Genoral Debility , toss ol Appetite, and
irisuases 01 reuuues tne aieaK-'ines nave oecn used
with the most beneficial results In cases of this de
scription : King's Evil and Scrofula, in its worst
forms, yields to the mild, yet powerful action of these
remarkable Medicines. Night Sweats, Nervous Debili
ty, Nervous omplaints of all kinds, Palpitation of the
Heart, Painters' Colic are speedily cured.
UE&CTJ IAL 2 SEASES Persons whose con
stitutions have become impaired by the injudicious
use of Mercury, will And these Medicines a perfect
cure, aa they never fail to eradicate from the system
all the effects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the
most powerful preparation ot Sarsaparilla.
W B MOFFAT,
335 Broadway, New York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. '
J. T. BaiHeS & CO.a PrOprietOTB.
. - int.:!, untQa street.
FURNISHES Heals at all hours, day and Bight, and
has extensive arrangements for rcruiar aunnlv ol
Gome of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
n lues, aiiu every oiuer article ot luxury which can
possibly be obtained in Nashville. The bouse is pro
vided with the best of Cooks, and the best amoral us
for cooking. Eating Hail tit ted up in handsome, com
furtable style. . sepS-U
Wholesale & Retail Druggist
'i I (SCOCSHBOB TO S. C OOOIXT A CO.)
Corner Broad and Cherry Stteeta, '
ITTTIIX keep always on hand a large and complete
il assortment of everything kept m the Drug line,
which we will sell as. cheap aa the chenpest, and as
Sood as the best, which we are ready to prove aU the
tune and at any time, day or night, to the satisfaction
of all good citizens who win favor na with a call and
patronage. ' " . . v JOHJTiJ. BEECH.
Dailt Patriot Off. ice,
Nashville, October 17, 18A
COTTOX There is some cotton oa Jhe
market. Init there are no buyrrs. -
FLOUR We quote: ' '
Superfine iu barrels
Extra, " -
WHEAT This article is
$5 75G 25
fi 506 75
3 253 50
scarce, aud will
sell readily at $1 351 50 per bushel.
BACON- -There is no Tenuess.-e Bacon of
fering. The market is lib;ially siippli.-d with
foreign which is selliug at ih? follow ing fig-
ures: Shoulders 101. clear sides 141; hauis
I4jc per lb.
CORN. White SO per bushel; mixed 75c.
OATS. 5560j per bushel.
LARD None offering. Would bring 13
MEAL Is selling at 80e. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. lb.
GINSEXG 3540c. $ lb.
GROCERIES. We quote; F.iir eugar
9J310 ft).; prime to choice 1010c; in
barrels Jlc. advance on these fiirures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10Jlle. ft..
crushed and powdered lll12c: Loat 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c f g.d.; half bat rels 45
48c; Sugar llouse 4345c. Golden Srup
in barrels 75c: balf barrels 80c; and ke,8
(ten gals.) 85c
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c; Laguyra none
in market ; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Yotiug Hyson 40U0 ; Iilack CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 b'051 75 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS. The tollowing me the
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; 6 DO, 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 ligh
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer f 3a3 25 per box; W. R
$2 50a2 75.
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN $1.50 per cwt.j
HAY $30 per tou.
RYE $1 151 25 per bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 per bushel.
DRIED FRUIT Apples 4050 per bush
el; Peaches $1 15(1 25 per bushel.
New Orleans iriarket.
New Orlkjixs, Oct. 15, 1S60.
COTTON The demand was more "etive and gener
al on Saturday, and resulU'd in salt s of about 12A10
bates, the market closing urni w.thoul any quutable
NKW ORLEANS CLASSIFICATION'S.
Inferior I 'iddling 10;ffil0?
Ord:na y...... 7 (rj 8 Good Mi.idliug 11.(S)11J
Good Ordinary. 8i03 9)i I Midoliug Fair. (d
Low MiddUng.,,1 yiO Pair -.
STATEMENT Or COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1S60.... bales.
. 1 o
Stock on hand not cleared
TOBACCO We did not hear of a sale.
8TATEXEXT OT TOBACCO.
Stock on band 1st September, 1860 hhds.
Keceived Siuee.. ...... 1,549
Keceived yesterday 14
stock on hand not cleared 14,449
SUGAR Tbe transactio n w re confined to a ew
small lots at -V'i& lOc y ft Tor Clan lied aud Kelii.ed.
W0LA66ES None ou the Levee in first hauds.
FLOUR The market was very dull, aud the only
tales reported were 150 bbli Superfine at So S7 K..
and 650 Extra on private terms.
GRAIV The sales of Corn included 100 sacks Mixed
at 65c, 700 Yellow and 600 Ante Mixed at 68.-, i.00
Vt hue Mixed and 170 White at 70, au . a arge lot of
Mixed in store at boo buslKl. oi a s ab ut ;200
tacks bt. Louis were uispos. d of, i n uili g 0000 iu
four or tiv lots at 43c, and 131 at 44o t -.us.iel. jf
rtye tuu soces sola at in j reduce,! rate . 75 b e i-
i. Li Hra i t e transactio c raiins -d 3.6 ta ks at
SI 05, 400 in two tot-at $107, 1300 in lour or a e
ots at $1 10. 200 at $1 Izir, . and 1.0 iu store at SI "ri
100 fts. ,
HAY 100 bales Western brought $34 ton.
PROVISIONS The sale or fork were conlluel to a
few reta 1 lots at Sil'h$.l 50 9 bbl f.,r Me s. Iu Ba
con ano Lard we heard of uo transections of una- co .
sequence. COFFEE About 1000 hac were sold, including 736
at 13c, 50at 14i, am HOOat 14;,c V It.
Monday, OjI. 15. 6 P. M.
COTTON There has bi en a g .od demand to-dav at
full uric. 8 Tbe sale -ar 56 b.-iks.at the l llowiiiic
Azures: 11 at 8 6-16, i4at8i 12 at 9- 34 ai 9J4 6
a . ai 47 at 10, 61 at 10'4', 32 at 10, 31 at
10S,6oatl0?i,lllall05,andtl bales at lie. re
ceipts 694 bales.
Monday, Oct. 15.
Sales of Cotton to day UOu'i oales. Tbsre was a;i Im
proved demand, aud all qua. ities here advance J
Monday, Oct. 15.
Sales of Cottr.n to-day 6 000 bales. Midd.inir lO'.'a
10 cents. The market closed firm.
Monday, Oct. 15.
Sales of Cotton to-day 3,800 bales, at an advance
of yi cent. -
Cma.NNAn, Oct. 16 P. M.
Flour dull- and price nominally unchanged: the
sak-s were coullnodti afe g.na.l lots at $j;q o 10
for bupertlne. Wheat uuU at $1 lOl 16 f.. prime
red aud white. Coru dud at i0t,33c fur new and 40
(3.43c for ol .. Oats firm at 00c. ttaney firm at hoc
lor prime rail Kyo dud at 6Sc. Provisions quiet;
nothing done except a sale ot 2,000 green bams at 8i c ,
to be delivered iu .November. Wn.sky dull at lsjc.
Gr. series unchanged aud Arm. Money matters uii
changed ami s ea y . Excna ,ge on the East and
on New Orleans premium.
Locisvillk, Oct. 17, 1S60.
FLOUR ANO GRAIN' Sales of S38 bbis flour at $5
25fo)5 75,2,500 bushels wheat at SI 05(al 15,1,000
sacks corn at 61c, 250 bushels at 5c, and 400 bushe.s
at 63c, an J 2,000 busuels oats on private terms.
BAGGING AND HOPE Sales of 80 coils rope at 8;,
20 co is flax at To, 80 pieces hand baggiDg atl4,c,
a-d 20 pieces flax at 15c.
YARNS Sales of tO bags at 8, 9, and 10c.
WIII-KY Sales of 255 bbls raw and 150 bbls ree
tifUd at 19c.
WOu.i, -'ales of 3,000 lbs white Santa Fa at 18c and
6,000 tii black do at 15c.
PROVISIONS Sales of 69 casks bacon at former
ra'es. 4,000 fts bulk shoulders on private terms, and
80 kegi lard at 13c.
TOBACCO Sales of 74 hhds 27 at $3 1033 95,10
at$4fS4 95, 8 at $5 05i5 CO, 12 at 6 05wQ 90, 12
at 7fa7 85, 6 at $e 05&)3 -i, 2 at $J(w 65, aud 1 at
lOAUil), tllA.l)LJL.K & tU.,
Produce and CoirLmission
HI JE U C II A i T 1$ ,
49 0JLLESE 5T NEAR BEOAD,
ClCiCi BAGS prime early White Wheat.
UU 200 bags Mediteranean Wheat, selected ex
pressly tor seed and for sale by
octo-lf . CONRAD, CHANDLER A CO.
Seed It ye!
A f ( BAGS S 'ed Rye, a K. 1 article, for sale low
to close the lot.
CONRAD, CHANDLER A CO.
C BBLS Fagcn's Epicurean, the best art'ele ia the'
t)J Market, lor sale by
; OcUS-tf i CO.VRAD, CHANDLER CO.
AHf BAGS Mixed Cm;
uf Bags White Corn; .
coo tacks ou:
2o0 sacks Cora Heal;
60 Bales Hay;
20 Bbls Potatoes:
bO Bbls Onions-, - - ' - ; ,
Jost received and for sale by "
octo-tf- - CONRAD, CHANDLER A CO.
t 4 . E are receiving consignments every day of t&a
V V above articles. !
octo-tf : - - CONRAD, CHANDLER A CO. 1
1( BARRELS COAL "OIL; superior article, Just re
AVJceived and for aala low bv ;
RAINS, ti;;uWN A C
1 r" W 1 M It '"f-vf1,. nil ; ;'.! Ssjuje i ,4.
1 JVI I3 olR t e k s
AND WHOLESALE I EAURS IN
F 0 E E I G N A 1 D B 0
Old Scnrbon, OMI'ye, Mononeahe'a. Irih ardfeoth Tfo'stfTCogiiCiienciffa'TTVstMi
aaid Appi Band.if; Port, Madera Malaga, LSia clilUil
Scotched HolianujCr.ii, aaiall othir aa grae. o A..qnors ihat caTbT
lLiaia i-i Jte Western LO.a. y.
HORSES, STOCK, PBOrCCE, x., TAKEN LN latlia.Oi.lbhS.Y CI OCR GOt-I S, or we wiUexchai.se far
Wild or Improve Lands, at Cash Prtcee. whtie the litas ai5 pentH-j JOw lin Win aril the owner
ofapieeeof land a bul ol Liq.ora, Cigiis, lol-o, Ax., or sctb an hnnt as he iuy select atourluweet
Cash Prices, and take our pay in ooe-tLiru each, .nu two-tiiKit ui Lunu.
Parties exchanging Lauus lor 1 iquois. Ac, can Lavt the t.ai niu;i i t ot th- bill all at one time or they caa
close the trade witn us, and order tb gooue iu luj gi- or siuaii fpaiitK., rt.u ut-.v t ay the tn-taii eatb iv
ment on each order up w January, laol,or we win mil at low figures lcrf asmailproiu tam.tash and mku
credit on the balance. M"o g'iniantee our et'.ck to be as goi as can U- io,od ui tne W ester n country 7
C. 11. ill 1. c i
lo-ly NO. 17 MARKET STJtEET, CT.XOCS MISSOURL
Biv dend Notice.
'pilE Board of Directors of tbe Nashville and ChaUa
1 nwyi Railroad Commtnv have mis day declared a
semi-annual dividend of tniee per Cont. payable on and
ait-r the loth fast , at theottice ot tiij l'--easurer in
Nashville. W. A. G LEAVES,
oct-lm Secretary s: trcasorer.
Hi uchs Police.
j HE subscribere hariDg sold ont their stock of Goods
I to Mr. A. Jenkins, oi this city, fool pL-asure iu
roccuiin u ling bun to their former ca-toiners, and be-sp.-ak
for hiui a contmuah e of the patronage so liber
ally b,-.tuwe 1 ou th. m, knowing that his business ha
bits and tli.uoiih know ledge of t.ie wants of tbe com
munity will cuahle him M give entire satisfaction to
our former friends and customers.
NlOIOL, GREEN & CO.
Nashville. Oct. 1st, 1SG0. octo-tt
"31 CT IlOi'O lalT AN
CORNER CEDAR AND CUEKRT 1-TKEBTS,
JNasltTille. - - TennetMc.
I HATE made extensive arrangements for the receiv
es; of all the delecacic ol tLe coming m-asm. nT
ish, Fleh and Fowl; our Ovslers will Im from the
most celebrated beils. Piekels and on limcnts from
the celebrated establishments of Cross K la. k well and
Lua A: Perrin, with a largo and Weil selected block of
Excellent COOKS and attentive Waiter, the whole
under the siiperintendanee of that well known Epicure,
On and alter the loth of S-ptember we will be nre-
pared to wait Ujx.n our customers. PAV AN'Ii NIGHT.
Kiiltt.iv travelers will Cud this arrangement to their
HEM EMBER THE METROPOL1TAX. -ga
UN ION RESTAUR ANT
A. A. JOWVUW,
Union st., oppoite Mate Ilaitk
'IAKE pleasur m jui.m m nt; tho public that they
X have recently lilted up a line
L'atia and Driakiiij; Saloou,
as above. They will kev cnnAtautiv ou hand a good
supply ot GAME, oYSTl R j. FlU, ic ia:. They so
licit a shrae of patronage. Goud cooks and attentive
H. K. FOWLER & CO..
o. 53 Clierry sireet,'
HAVING always on hand a flue variety of Sonjis,
Fresh Fish.i'ortor Aouae Ltaeks, iU-aUol ail kind
and variety. Also,every variety ot vegi tab.ea on hand
ready and served to eraer iu the best ol ttyie, woold
rexptxafully invite the alteutiuu oi their li'u-uds and
the public to give them a call.
J. K. FOWLER A CO.
No. 53 Cherry St., ono door from Adam's Express Of
fice, iu Colonade Buildings. juuc22-tf
50QOO Copi-'S already bold.
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an J gives general 10. au .or .!:
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Leases and Petitions.
It'Tells ;Y0U2Ho l" d.-aw op tf-mifcand ilortjajes,
AjidaeC's, Putotrs f Attorney, Xma
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IJIelliilYoU T.u- for the a-'.leicti.m of Debts,
wilu IUj Statutes f Limilalu,n,M i
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t the H'te' Uijkt in Pruperty, IH-
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Si,de, and the .iituraiiMtm Lams
of this country, and how to Comply
witu tue same.
It Tells YOU Thj Law concerning Pensions and how
to oblaiu i u.-, an 1 the Pre-Emptum
La a to PuUic Lands.
It Telltl Y0U Tue Law lor Patents, with mode of
procedure in obtaining one, with 7b-
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IC Tells lYou How to make your H'ill and how to
Administer on an Euate, with tlie
law and the requirements thereof in
It Tellfl Youfue m-immg of Lam Terms in general
uso.au. I exiiauis to you the Letiti-
lative, Eaxuliee and Judicial pi
ers oi both the General and State
IilTells You How to ! uut of Law, by Ehowiug
now to uo your oiisuices legally,
thus saving a vast amouut of proi
ei ty, and vi-xatious litigation, by
its timely consultation.
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Eeerd Farmer, Every Mechanic, Eoerg Man if husineis,
and Eaerylidy in Every State, on receipt of f 1,00 or in
law style of binding at f 1 .25,
$1000 A YxIaAR
everywhere, is selling the above work, as our induce
ments to all such are very liDerai. - . .
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aVo. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa
sept7-d3m - -
AiliV X U Ail AJUAil J UW 0,
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NO. T CEDAR STREET, ' i
IT i. rr arriru.l hiima frnm'tK. L" . . I f
bi-g leave to iniorra my customers and
the public generally, that I bave received n
!f'f and am receiving a large and handaotae TT
Which I am prepared to make op in the most fashiun-
alAe styles, aud at the shortest notice. '
uents' tTUTiishmg Goods of all kiuda kevt. constant
ly on hand. septA-4m
SlieriCT. Sale. , I
BY virtue of three fl. fa's No's 203S, 542, 2549, la
me directed, and delivered from tho lluuabh
Chancery Court of Davidsoa County, Tennessee, at Us
May Tei m, laoO, I wul expose to public sale, to the
highest bidder, lor cash, at the Court-riouse Yard, in
the City of Nashville, on Monday, the sou day ot ;NIo-t
rem ber I860, ail the right, title, claim, interest and es
tate, which Jaa L I'owcii men had, or may have since
acquired in and to the follow ng Uescribod property,
U wit: Two tracts ol laud lying oa ths Aurlb side of
Cumberland ktiver, Davidsou Cotuity , Teuaeasee, one
of said tracts containing 149 M acres, the otuer cou
taming lot) acres, and being tue saniu on which Mra.
iiarah PoweU now resides ana ia wuicA the hag a lile
time interest and estato. The interest here levied up
on being the same which James L fowell ia entiUed to
by descent trotu his iUceaSct hruthcr John riweU,
being leviod on as the property of Janus L lliweil,
and to satisfy ludgmeuta rndcrad In (avert ef James
Schooemaker, J C Muuuun t tion,aad X. Basis, against
ostium inn uxraut j w etiS.
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BLAIK3ILT & G LLKSi'.E.
New Store. ;
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PUICK AA L QU A i 1 i Y. .C
. " '' ' ' " -. -
EXti 1 AIM O K FOR 83$.
& L b 'i d G rhl QU-CW S,
; s v a- -
An aperient and stomachie preparation of
IRON purified of Orygea and Carhoa" If com
bustion ia Hydrogen, of high atedical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each, of the
foilowinsf complaints, viz.:
debility, nervous affections, tma
ciati0n, dyspepsia, dlarrhea, consti
pation, ceoftjla salt b.hxcm. scurvy,
jaundice, lives complaints rheuma
tism. HEB.CUE.IAL CON SEQUENCES, TNTE3. -MTiTENT
FEVERS, NEURALGIA; CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE . WEAKNESS. MIS
MENSTRUATION , WHITES, CHXaDKOSIS. etc.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE," ROUGHNESS 07
THE SKIN, etJ. . . ,
The IR0.V heing absorbed Ly ihe" blood, and
thus circulating through the whole' system, no
part of the body caa escape their trpjv wonder
ful influence. ' ' - - ' - J -
The experience of (houaandt dally prove that
no preparation of Iron can tot a moment be
compared with it Imparities of tbe blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In U cases of
female debility (flnor albns, chlorous, etc.), its
effects are delightfully renovating. Na remedy
has ever been discove "ed, ia the whole hLrtory
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit a an .uiiasual disposition, for Active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its nse.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Put tap in nra flat anetal boxes contain? jfc
!m pills, prlre 50 ecnla per bx 5 atx Iw.Aee.
'J 4iie dozen hoirt. OO. For sadr by
I?ric:jl-ts srenmllyv Wilt lit free to
any aiidrcaa on rert-lpt ef tlie price. All lee
ters, orders, etr., slaottld be addrcsseal to
H. B. LOCKE & CO.,
-" '- 33 BRIUUtVar.'k
S. R. Tlte above
latMl on t-arla lux.
ia Cae-eaaaUe eer Uar
Ths Greatest Remedy in the .World, and the
mo t del cious and delightful Cor
d a1 ever tak.n.
It is strict. y a sci
entific and Vepe-, -J
'table Guntpouiid, J i- . f
-l.rure e OT Mile j
ft lisliluili ol Roots,
j'H-.Iw ami Hark.
Yellow ik.Ic, Blood
Ri't, Blak K.t, J
-i ,i,4t i -i. atM -Cherry.
Bark and . .
1mu -.h.ij v-iit -. in
to, its ampuslljan.
Tie;, .uurij, active
. ' f.1 IUI . .
- of. t-w !. im.'i'.-di.-nt
is t"i ..-.iu;h;y .-x- tii
tracteu by my i.-w J
aimgncr Ukinf .
spirit, an 1 la.- m-t tnfalhb e reimsdy for. renovating
th dts ts.t system, an i reBt.ring the sick, suffering
an 1 djbil:lated Invalid to Health and Strength.
Wc'u.' u t'i V u a l U c a i ii
WTLL EFFECTUALLY CURE
Liver CottiptaUul,. Ojspep'l Jaati
;t :: :. -; dice, t -.T
Chnwiic or Nervous Debility, tnsea.wTf ihelCidneys,
and ail diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness ol the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to tbe
lh-ad, Oiill l ain or swimming in the Head, ralpuatiuu
of the H art, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Kructatious, Choking of soObiating feeling when lying
down, Dryness or Yellowness of the skm and Eyes,
Nigut Sweuts, Inward Fevers, Pain iu the small of the
Baek, Chest or bide, sudden flush of Heat, DeprcssRat
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or
any Nervous Inseas1, Sr-s or Htoiches on the skin, and
Fever and Agrce (orthiThriuia Fever."
Over a Million of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six months, and in no
instance has it faded in giving entire satisfaction. Who
lb- n,wn1 suiter trom Wctdcnes orlx.bjJ:tE' whji Mc
Lean's StreruUten ing Cordial will care Joui, r
, Nojanguage can convey sm adequate idea"ef the Im
mediate und almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether praken down by
excess, weak by nature, or Impaired by sickness lha
relaxed an t unstrung organisation is restored te its
prestiae health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever erfhse,
will liud McLean's f-Lrenglhemng Cordial a thorough
reg'-ueratorpf the syFtem, and all who may bave in
jured themselves by improper indulgence, will find ia
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
tTO TRt LADLES, :
McLean's Strenetlaeninjr Cordial
rmm f-. Is sovereign aod arxjedy carefce
I ncpicn Xomumptlop tj vMea,
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontmence at
I'rine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of the
Womb, Gidainess, Fainting and all Diseases incident ta
" XUere is no Mistake About It.
.. Suffer no longer, i Take it according te directions. It
will stimulate, strenctben and invkmniui nnuuir.
the bloom of hoaltit to mount eonr cheek again. Every
wvre w iwinuwu mj i v c satisiactiou. ,
If your children are sickly, puny or aSicted, Mc
Lean's Cordial wul make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a muiiii iit, ujfataad you mtil beoonvinoed.
It le lellelene te Take.
CAUTION Bewrxe of DruggisU or Dealers who may
try to palm. Upon rou. some iluter.aa cmev-o
trashwhlbh tbt y can by. cheap, by say ate U is )ut
usoou. jnaammuta.., nan :nr L-lr 1 arl.TuJh
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is the only
remedy that will purify ihe Blood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen the system.
? line taUospoenful lakau evt- y axutuhitlsiiie, is a
iw vuunra, vmiis ana t ever, a et-
low Fever, or any pre valeut disease, i lv Ja put un la
large bottles. r r
Price omy $1 per bottle, V t boUles Sir ti
r , ii McLEAN
Sole Proprietor of this CordiaL Also, McLeaa's Vol-
'- f riaeihal Depot on the comer of Third and Pine sts..
St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY A DEMQTTLLE, Nashville,
auJ s3 rifoetai.!alirgati eTarrwhtsrs. j 1-
-maylO-QiasA ly -
"iS. UNDERWOOD, of Chicago, Illinois, the eminent
mJ skiidul, o;ertor oa .Uto y.anJ kr, whose
rfjiaiatae is sj eitJt:aivrivaJK'u.v., Mil the
L'niusa" liiue.'w'ili an ivo in Nash vine, Tcna j". u Tours
day, October ata, lstxJ. Drv(J. being ix. any ed
ucaiod ihysiciau aiiu urgcou "ot Ute ohi iioui.aod
naviug hau xpatuatm is J6 ysHTt ia pf:wee, will
periorm auy opuiaitou on the tve and Ear inu-msurT
I to restore sight to the b.ina, hearing to tbe deu, ta oy
vMy aucni w v umih w twww maj Trip iniSK
?ot organs wituui the" reach ot acuc uia uumaa
sadi. eve" -o chaiga
ge lor etainin.tHTQ w ruwuitataie
A Hand ,o, lor L.,w Gentlsmea
This ia cot," as m.'lii oi inferred, eollecuue ot set
i.ms,ee-au'L-ie'iiBU el etiquette, aaa euavee
.ava - wen y a persoa well e vrBt
. l. r tue oi-ht , jxd, H-.al,adecp tuioker, aa
.4,.Oi''554l'Si ' i- rata, it win be m .
o-iuaaro ao.k-M ..b.a s5aioj,.. aiu y a
ta i) ;uo , very oorr). F i ov
a the city.