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ASVSOST S. CAJU-.
TMS. CALLKKP. V
IRA P. JOfciS
' ICo." 1 6 Pderlclc street.
. . For jPreaident. .
? ' " OF TENNESSEE. '
i ror Vlee-Prekldent,
OF MASSACHUSETTS. , -
I ELECTORAL TICKET.
... FOR THE STATE AT LARGE.
UAII.IK FEYTOX, ol Snmner,
N. C. TAYLOB. of Carter. -
-a rOB; thk Manners. - - - .
1 J W. DEADERICK, of "Washington. .
o" P. TEMPLE, ofKuox.
- ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMiaa.
4." S. S. STANTON, of Smith.
5 E. I. GOLLADAY, of Wilson.
6. WM- F. KERCHEVAL, of Lincoln.
7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giles.
8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
9. ALVLN HAWKINS, of Carroll.
10. D. B. NABOBS, of Shelby.
Central ExeeutlT Committee.
Edwin IL. Ewrxo, Nehx S. Brows, Alues
A. Hall, P. W. Maxet. John Lkixtltt,
Johs H. CaiajexdejuIIobace II. Ha&kisox
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, ItCO.
Bmt Xwe Teeko Off.
We trust that the Constitutional Union
men in Tennessee realize the importance of
the moet vigorous exertions daring the re-
. - ... - . . -
I I Ml'imp, " w- - ' I
.l - ..m Wp
feel well assured of victory. But, an onLa-
f well aasared of victorT. But, an ordia-
ary triumph is not all that we should acheive.
We ought to have such a triamph as will
place Tixxessek in the lead of the Union
) Slates ; and satisfy the malcontents of the
cotton region that she cannot be dragooned
SJ into ininin? them in their schemes lo destroy
. XJ the government. The position of Tennesnte,
geographically, gives tae greatest import
ance to ber determination; and that determ
ination expressed in decided and unmistaka
ble terms on the side of the Union, will go
far to bring Southern fanaticism to its sens
es. Whilst it is her duty to maintain all the
constitutional rights of the South, and to
contest every inch of ground, to the arbitra
ment of arm.", if necessarv. in defence of
them: whilst it is ber duty to repel the in-
sidious advances and open agrressions of her
1 enemies.in the free States; it is not less her
duty to set ber foot upon the serpent of dis
union which would, without sufficient cause,
destroy the government and involve all her
interests, ber constitutional rights, and the
happiness of ber people, in a common ruin.
And let as see that she speaks in thunder
tones against fanaticism in both section.
We have bat to work actively for the few
days remaining, and we thai I accomplish
this high purpose. Mixed with this are
other considerations : John Bkll, our gal
lant standard bearer, is a native and
a resident of Tennessee. Amongst all
ber honored Bons, there is not one more
worthy ; none more richly endowed with all
the attributes which make the accomplished
and chivalrous gentleman, the wise and sa
gacious counselor, and the able and intrepid
leader. In all the South there is not a man
trner to her rights ; in all the Union, not a
btatesman whose career baa developed so
many of those great qualities which are
necessary to the proper discharge of the re
sponsible trnsLj confided to the head of the
government. It should be the pride of the
Constitutional Union men of bis native State
to run np such a majority for him, as shall
rebuke the malignant slanderers who have
taken pleasure seemingly in villifying and
maligning him. Let the voice of Tennessee
tell to the nation, that she knows his great
worth, and confides in and honors him. This
is due to yourselves and to him, Constitution
al Union men, and, in securing such a result
yon also promote the cause of the country
and of sound principles. Up, then, and la
bor zealously and effectively, till the die is
fiA' The I'nion and American, of yesterday.
interposes a word to break the force of dis
union sentiments nttered by the Montgomery
(Alt.) Mail, and commented upon by Judge
Briex and the Patriot. Onr contemporary
quotes the following from the JIuil, on the
subject, for the information of the Judge :
We never offered "advice as to how to dis
solve the Union." We never advised the
"running of three candidates, to insure the
election of Lincoln," on the contrary, we
warned uouglas and Bell men months ago.
that by their running their candidates, who
bad little if any hopes in the South, they were
aiding the election of Lincoln. We told them
their keeping in the field their candidates
would produce this result a result which
we all deprecate. And we are constrained
to believe that the editors of the Patriot know
that they were grossly misrepresenting us,
when they charged the oppocite.
In this the Mad misrepresents itself, lo
escape the responsibility of its dLsnniooism
Here is what it said as to the "way to dissolve
the Union :" , -
Run three Presidential tickets asrainst Lin
coin, thereby giving Lincoln the best chance
for election. After Lincoln Is elected, some
Southern communities most of them, per-
naps win reiuse to let a postmaster, appoin
ted under his administration, take possession
of the office. - Then the United States author
ities will be interposed to "enforce tlu law.1
Then the United States authorities will either
be shot down, or they will shoot somebody
down. Then the people of the community
will rise op against the United States Gov
ernment, and will be sustained by neighboring
communities, until civil war, trim all it horri
ble Lute furies, envelope the land in a shroud of
Oiooii ana carnage J
There is no mistaking what this means.
Besides, the Mailia almost daily saying some
thing to induce the Southern people to do what
it here foreshadowed.
When the Jfnion and American republished,
some weeks ago, the Mail' article of the 25 th
ult, weBupposed it did so in compliance with
the request of that journal, at the close of
its article. - The repetition ot the publication
of the first extract above would seem to imply
that onr contemporary endorses it ; and we
ask it to state distinctly whether this is the
ThkSocthkrh Uoteksitt. The Mont
gomery 'Mail says the laying of the corner
stone of this Institution ought to have been
postponed till the 6ta of November, the day
of the Presidential electien. The Mud evi
dently believes that the 6lh of November is
to be made memorable by the election of
Lincoln,., the .effett of which will ,be . the
dissolution of the Union and the forming of
.Southern Confederacy. Hence Its idea
that It was the day for laying the corner
stone of a Southern University. We protest
against this uniting, a. great ; educational
Institution with the petty political schemes
of the dLranionists. ? This .Union mast stand,
and the Southern University become the
pride of the whole nation i
v t - -
lff&. Tbe -New Orleans Delia says that a
cumber of lie citizens of Louisiana, includ
ing many of the most prominent merchants
of New Orleans, bave addressed to Governor
Moore a' petition, requesting htm to coavene
the Legislature of the State, with a view of
-klng measures to meet the great political
hich now coafronU the South. J
i-Tpefting-. ioM uuc
hfiJlUjiOJTl cand:nte - for Hw-- ice- '
Presidency has been much abused ny
the prewes and orators of on ssfOcia
tioo of iaJividua.la ia the Southern Stat f,
commonly known as the Ilr ckinriilgo
mocracy," or di.-auionLt. Tliey have ran.
saked the newspapers of the country lor
more than-a quarter of a ceutury Lack, to
scrape op every little charge ty which tert
wa any cban'ee to cast a slir.de upon Lis il
lnstrious name. - But he ttaaJd before the
Union unspotted. He stands uLore tac
tion?, above parties, on the rock the Con
stitution, pledging his fid-Lty to that, unl
from that exalted ttand-poiul his enemies
have not been abla to diive Lira, ct'.l.i r in
fact or la popular estimation. The peor!e
can well understand the electioneering clap
trap brought to bear against Lhn, when they
remember the following tcstimouial to Lis
conservatism and Lis worth by Mr. Breckin
ridge himself :
'There is another clement at the North,
not large, but xgble and trie. It c-.j.i.i.-ts
of the scattered cohorts of the old Whig p-;rty.
of men like EVERETT, Choate, uud their
a?eociatcs, whese eonsenatice culture and p-Ari-
Uism REBELLED AG-UNaf TUE EtPLXUaX AL
LIANCE' And the following from the present Gov
ernor of Mississippi, who, in Li i.miigr.r.il
address, eald : .
Can, we rely on the counsels of the trise
and patriotic men ol the Nor:!i lo avert t:iis
greatest of Ml caLiuiiiies Their Web-it.;,
Eserctts, and Filimores Lave in vaiu ia
patt vears pert.iadil them lo r&i-tZ cur right,
ajtd (ley tht rtuuanvdt of ti-t Cujulituiviri. '
la addition to these tributes, the National
InieUitjencer, a few days ago, latcd that JUr.
Etebktt had been approjehtd Itfurc tie L'uirlis-
tom Convention, rcilh a proposition to Ltcime tne
Vice-Presidential caiAvlale on the Democratic
ticket. We know nothing of the mauavr ia
I - . - -. z : , I ' . .
we have no thought that the National L.uiU-
j gtneer, whose character for verr.oity is v. t.l
1 establiohed amoDg all parties as it i. iwr it.
I moderation and ability, could be K-:ray- d
into a mi.-ftatement on sach a subject. How,
in the light pf this great fact, and the ethers
we have given, do an intelligent people re-
I jrd the tillv attacks of tho.-e who sojght
his name to sireugthen aad adorn their own
ticket ? Do this-i pregnant facts not frontier
to the wind, the charges his present adversa
ries array against him ?
. We learn that the wfcolo of Ncith Alaba
ma w in a state of ferment, occati-jned by the
profpective visit of Judge Doruiis tollunts
ville, wBere he speaks next Thursday. Mf-n
of all parties are preparing to go and hear
what he has to siiy; aad the largest assemb
lage cf citizens ever gathered in that ead iJ
the State is anticipated.
It will be seen by the following communi
cation frvm a '-DcLulas Demockat," ti at at
tempts are being made to prevent a g.-ucr.d
attendance ou his appointment at this place.
Douzlas will certainly be
tlie CtIi lust.
Editors of tiik Patp.dt Allow mo lo
contradict, through ih-- medium of your pa
per, the false rumor which has beta put in
circulation by the Yanccyites. stating tint
Judge Docclas would not be tore until Sa
turday the 27th inst. This rumor is intend
ed to diminish the crowd expected here to
hear him. He will speak as advertised, on
Friday, the 20th. Nothing but sickness, or tv
railroad breakdown, caa prevent hiui. Come
everybody and hear him.
Col. LTainp S. Smith, well knovrn iu
this city and State, and in Georgia, was here
yesterday, en route from the North. He cays
that when he left, the Wide Awakes" were
shouting ia the streets of New York: "Three
cheer for John BrownV
Like every other true-hearted Southerner,
Cel. Smith is of opinion, that the only Lope
for the Slave Section, is instant tecani-jn uu the
election ot Lincoln.
Out with your banners, men of tie South:
The beggarly abolitiun crew will coon be up'
on you1 Your safety iies iu your owa brave
hearts and strong arm. Moid. Jlutl.
fct"BiiiTTiG to Fkee Neg;io Kllk. Who
would submit to tree negro rule? Hamlin
who will be Vice President und-jr Lincelu
brags of his free-r.ijjtr blood.
White iueul cau you stand flint. ' Mail.
Such are the coiitemj. tible means employed
by tne m:serable traitor ol the Mail to "iire
me southern Heart. ' ihey betray a poor
opinion of the intelligence and Fpiiit of the
people of Alabama.
President BrcnAXAx'rf Pkesext to Ahd-kl-
Kadkr. Oar Constantinople compoudeut
saw, a few weeks ago, ou its way to Syria
magnificent present "From the President of
the United States to his Excellency, Said Al.d-
el-Kader, of Damascus." It consisted ot t wo
Colt's holster pistol, mounted wllh silver
and beautifully ornamented with araWfpie
work, in rose-wood case, also silvt r Hummed
It was designed by the governuiant fur somi
notable in Syria, as a token of their appreci
ation oi me handsome treatment which our
embassador, Hon. James Witxiam.-?, received
in Syria last year. It goes now to Abd'.-el
Kader, as an expression of not only this f cl
ing, but of gratitude for his having prot-.ct-
ed the Christians of Damascus, including the
American Consul, during the late riots there
MissorRi Senator. The next Legislature
of .Missouri elects a L'aited States Senator to
fill the vacancy which w ill be occasioned by
the expiration on the -4th of March next, of
the t erm of the Hon. James S. Gheex. There
is a majority in the Legislature
Mr. Green, and he will doubtless be permit
ted to retire from a position which be has
filled not altogether creditably. Gen. A. W.
Doxiphax, of Mexican war notoriety, we note
is proposed in place of Mr. -Green. The
change would be an excellent one.
Waiting fob the Garibaldiax Clock to
Strike. A private letter from Turin, says
the Courier de Havre of the 25th ult., con
tains this statement : " U an bail l alone is in
the secret of the moment at which the
Hungarian insurrection is to break out. He
has the greatest difficulty in restraining the
liberals of Hungary until he gives the signal.
At the present moment Kossuth, Klapka, Re-
leki, and others are in Turin, awaiting unt'l
tho secret hour shall strike on the Garibaldi-
""At a late political meeting at Camden,
Ala., Col. White, the Douglas and Johnson
elector, proposed to John T. Meirgan, one of
the Breckinridge electors, the question, "Are
you in favor cf disunion if Lincoln Is elec
ted?" "That I am mcst emphatically," said
Senator Davb of Mississippi, in his
late 'speech at Holly Springs, was very se
vere upon Mr, Douglas for taking the slump
in bis own behalf. He remarked also that
he would have been better EatisGed if Mr.
Breckinridge had not made a speech. lie
applauded the course of John Bell by eayiug
that be "had ttaid al home and Ichor cd himictf
like a gentleman,",. -
A Yibgis;ia Mother. The Norfolk Day
Mr. Upebnr Qainiby, a yonng gentleman,
passed through this city on his way to the
Luiversity ot irginia, Laving been pre
pared to enter college by the personal in
struction of bis widowed mother, Mrs. Quini-
by, living in Upshur's Neck, on the Eastern
Sfcore I Yustvii. ,
itou cl j
! riJge LT-ujocrdLy- reii"ugT W
i:w Hi e Hrrcklnrldse 1'artr voted
1 t'ae late Indiaua Selection.
11 I av ing been charged that tb? support
er? of IlKKcxtxRiboK "in Indiana cast their
vo.,r';s. .H"1 '.th Repffolican candidates in tb;
late tl ..ctioa' iUr.V to defrnt the friends cf
Docti'A,-, we give below a few of lht eviden
ces u pon which the charge rests. The fol
low! ng U from the LousvII'L- Democrat:
We have charged that J. D. Bright voted
th Republican ticket.; It is not denied bv
mea any ia Jtuersoavillc. Brigld himself has
not denied it. Ik did worse than vtie Ote ticket a
thousand told worse. He advised it in a pub
lic sp-x-cb, as the following correspondence
v. Ui s'jo-.v. Uu will show the Breckinridge
men f K"n!ucky wha. sort of friends they
are hurrying lo their bosom. Friends of thj
S jufh joining her implacable enemies t Will
not Keiitackians at least cut loose from euch
men, and consign them to tin; eorn and
contempt tbey deserve? Read this corres
hia.Jl. Iraich, Editor of Ute Jttrsouville Re
Deatc Sir: As we nre odrssed vo;i were
present and heard the Hon. Jesse D" Blight's
sre.-ch at Ewing's ball, in this city, on Men
d y tiirlit last, will oa be so good as to s:ate
if iir. Lrig'at did "or did not use this lan
guage in his speixh : . . ' ". '.
b'Vi: must beat XhU a;i;i-Lecompton-Doug-las-D
-mocratic party ! You may begi.i to
morrow, if you please ; Lut it must be
done I" . -" " - ? r
a' he most of ns vme present and icmem
Lcr the exact language in substance. We
v. it'i to hear t'iotii you as oa understood it.
j. h. l. now land,
W. H. Li llet,
E. D. Bailet.
Republican Office, )
JeCersoaville, Oct. 14, 1850. f
ToJkB.Nevilgnd, Ww. Lu and oilers z
Gentlemen : Your letter, propounding a
quti'-n relative to the speech made by Hon.
J. D. Biight, on tLe evening preceding the
State election, is before me. I heard the
s-H-ech to which you refer. I was one ol the
Lonorabie S--n;it-i 's attentive hearers, a;id
am very clear ou the point to which you
Lave directed your inquiry. In speaking ol"
tLe ioagla party, he said that it wouid be
ideated i.aa added: "VVLeu shall we b.-sin
t'.if woikT To-morrow, it you please. You
c til tiad no belter lime."
W. M. Fkexcu.
TLe CiiiciauaLi Ei'Quinr, of the 10th iusf.,
'We have received nliabl-j information
that the suppei :cis ol Biccki.'iiidge and Lane
m manna, at Hi,- late election, very
ally voted ihe Republican ticket for
Coiigrec-ioual aud L-'cislative ofiicers.
sjUte, The foliowij
dispatch appeared ia the
pers of Cincinnati, on the
inuruiu'' aft- r th
Gkkencastlj, Oct. 9, 1SC0.
Grt-encastle town-hip. Lane 51(i. Hendricks
303; Moi ton's Majority in ISjo. 120. Breck
iuri ''e 1. Thiers and candidates voted lor
Lane here to-day. Wii. Nast, Jr.
The Cyn'.hi .na (.Ky.) 2tics of the 11th
"Muller. tit!; Breckinrivlge missionary, who
a-iilre-isvi! ta-: j;et-.L: here Lir-t Monday, said
in a pi ivate ci-i.vei-rution, that he h'-.pe.l that
Lane, tb : Ab liibii candidate for Governor,
would be elected by 15.0U0 m;'jority.-''
Thus the'extremirts and sectionalisls are
found working together for ihe overthrow of
nationalism. What do the Breckinridge men
of Tennessee think of it?
.ood News from Tcxas-The "lone
Star Mate" Stau.ts by te I nioii.
We condense the lollowing glorious news
frota our Texas exchanges.
The Colorado Citiun says:
'Mr. W. S. Dt laney, w ho has just returned
fix-ni f political meeting wliieli he addressed,
in LaGrunge, reports glorious news. The
whole German vote, tn iwy, is going for
tho Union Ticket, and the pi-opb' generally
are Hacking to the national standard of Bell
aed EvercU. We Ivaru, also,-that the Ger
man vote about live hundred in Austin
county will go the same w ay. Schleicher, of
San Antonio, is for the L'uion Ticket. It is
probable that the German vote of Texas
(about twelve thousand) will go the same
way. lets caves goou nones to me l niou
Ticket. The ball rolls ok!
Th-1 same paper h"s the following :
"A glorious Union meeting has been held
at Round Top. Every vote for the Union
ticket but three, lac people still cling to
the old ark bequeathed to us by our lather;
The patriotic tlume is catching from bosom
To bosom aad the Union fires arc burning
brightlv ou the altars of the people's hearts
The G-nmn vote in a Macedonian phalanx
N goii)r lor the Union. All honor to such
gO"d Union loving citizens. We feel like
bringing out the rooster and the .cannon
"Str'ke for the prren gravis or your sires!
Str k - lor yo-;r altars a 1 your lirrF!
Strike tlio iiruiU'l l expires;!
(Jt'ii uad your mUve
following is an extract from a letter
Citizen, dated LaGiatige, September
"The gio: ion cans? o; the Union his re
ceived a poweiLil impure in its onward and
irresistahic c jur.-e. m This has been a proud
dav to every paiuot-h'art iu old rnv-tte.
Tii- Union, or rather Fusion meeting came
oil" lo-dav, and to the chacrrin of all lire-
eaters, and all true iatrIols, it surpassed in
numbers and mthusia-m the ar.Meipations of
the most sanguine. 1 fie tree masse- from cv
(TV iii-(Ci!;ct of the county were preS'-nt am'
ai:d united in the wcrk of putting down sec
tionalism in our once Lappy laud. -Paschal
and Robs.iii disappointed us, but your elo
quent Delauy and Lai kin Price threw them
selves into the breach ana I'.chieved a mtghty
triumph to our country. Nor is this all: the
German population are with us! They cam
in with music and the Star Spangled Banner,
and pnrticipati d freely in ihe proceedings.
e al.-o enjoyed a L niou speech from one ol
their number Mr. lioun who spoke first in
German, and afterwards addressed a few
patriotic remarks in English to the audieuce
Fayette county will probably give 500 ma
jority 'or the Union ticket."
The Intelligencer, says that the Brownsvile
I'lrg has hauled do'.u the names of Breckin
ridszc and Lane.
Mr. N. Gusett writ' s the Inltllimwr from
Corpus Chi i.-ti that the Union ticket hikes
wtl!, and will get almost a unanimous vote
on the Rio Grande.
Gen. H. Clay Davis writes that a Union
C'luo is to i.v lurm J at Rio Grande City;
mat lue mo uruuiiu peopn wont swallow
disunion they cannot aiToid if,
The Alaiao Espn says that Bexar county
is certain lor the Uuiou ticket by a larger
mi joiity than was given to Gen. Hoastou iu
the last unbernatorial election. -A
correspondent of The New Orleans Cres
cent writes that paper from Indianola, that
the Union cause is daily gaining strength in
The Belton Independent la sanguine that Bell
county will go for the Uniou ticket. It
speaks of a number of changes from Breck
iuridge to the Union couse within the last
Liberality; cf tue Prince of Wa-les.
The Prince appears to Lave dispensed pre
sents wfth a liberal hand wherever he has
gone. The Petersburg (Va.) Express says
that the Superintendent of the Richmond and
Fredericksburg Railroad, V ra. N. Bragg,
Esq., has received a magnificent breastpin
from the Prince. The pin represents the
British and American colors crossed, and is
studded with diamonds. It was conferred
upon Mr. Bragg in consideration of his kiud
attention and excellent niauugemcn, during
the recent passage of the Prince . to and
from Richmond. Capt. Leonard of New York
was the recipient of a costly gold pencil.
The Prince presented $700 to the servants of
the Fifth Avenue Hotel when he left, ou
Monday. ' He also gave Capt. Faunce, of the
revenue cutter Harriet Lane, a Fplendid gold
chronometer, and loft aU0 to be distributed
among the crew of the vessel. ' ' v
Failure to lue In Indiana.
Indianapolis, Oct. 17.
Eds. Com: It is currently stated that the
State Ceutral Committees of the Breckin
ridge and Douglas Democracy signally failed
to-day to effect a fusion upon their respec
tive electoral tickets. So there will be four
electoral tickets iu the field. W. D. B.
ir- A flirt U like a dipper attached to a
hydrant every one is at liberty to drink
frAm.it liilt nAUMiUtoraA tv Jrir itjivar.
ad- JAMES KLDDELL, Architect,
Proof that tlie I reck in riffle- Democ
racy carried Indiana fiir tlie lie
We copy the following 'conclusive? ariclo'
from the Ixjtiisville jouriWof Jni"lav
In a speech on Tuesday, at Jeffersontown,
Col. Dnncart fully exposed the conduct of lbs
Breckinridge; infnjiu "Indiana. II clearly
proved Uit fact Uial enormous gain were made
by the Republicans in Qmu counties where tne prin-
e;pjl Jjreckinrtage streriglh lies. We give the
counties in a tabular toi m below. ; Some of
the ptrong Democratic counties have been
completely revolutionized and turned into
Republican counties... It is a, very singular co
incidence Ifcat in these BreckiDridge strong-
noias tne gam ior tue liepaoucans is general
ly just double the estimated strength, before tint
eucUon, of the Brcckites. Compared with the
vote of 185C there is just 12.7G8 Republican
gain in these nineteen connti"?. When we
reflect that the Republican majority ia the
State is only about six thousand, who can fail
to see that Bright, Fitch. Eccles and their
tools have given Indiana to Lincoln? In the
enumeration of these counties we did not in
clude Clarke county, where.a sufficient num
ber of Bell men voted for the Democratic
ticket to offset the Breckinridge vote for
Lane. The home of the editor of the
Breckite organ of the State, the 4i Old Line
Guard." i3 Lawrence county. The gain
there is 77C. Dr. Fitch made speeches in
Miami, Wabash, and Tippecanoe counties
against tho Democratic ticket, and the Re
publican, gain is 1,031. Jesse Bright exer
cised his influence' in Madison, and the Re
publican gain in Jefferson is 446. Judge
Hughes left Washington city and came out
to Bioomlngton, his ioriner residence, where
the Breckites claim to have a majority, and
the consequence is a republican gain of 739
iu Monroe, and a staunch Democratic county
goes Republican. Judge Eccles and Mr.
Scott, the one an elector and the other a
candidate fr C-msiets on the . Breckinridge,
ticket live in Putnam county. The Cincin
nati Gbzt tc -of the lOln, a Republican or
gao, had the following dispatch. : Greeu
casile, Oct. 9. llricktnrulge lender and candi
dj'es futed for Lane here lo-dcy" That staunch
Democratic county also went Republican
with a gain of o.'-G. Iu Laporte, the Breck
ites have been very bitter against
Douglas, aad gain a 70G. In Iudi
anapolis, ihe Brtckites organ has de
nounced the Democratic State ticket, and
the gain there has been L0S2. This is anoth
er ot the points where Mr. Bright has influ
ence. But why enumerate these counties
one by one ? The fact is sufliciestly estab-lir-bed
that in these BrtclrJi ilrongholds, tcilh a
full vile c-Jil, Hit Republicans gain nearly double
the actual tifjurily fur Lane. Some Bell men
unquestionably voted for Lane, who was
nominated as an old Whig, by a foint conven
tion of the Republicans and Union men, ear
ly in the spring, before the Presidential can
didates were nominated. Old Whigs, who
prefer Mr. Bell and will vote for him, were
asked to vote for Lane as an old Whig, aud
a the candidate whom they were bound in
honor t. support, because they had agreed
before to vote for him as an 4 Opposition "
candidate. Most, however, declined to do
so, when their true policy was shown them,
not to strengthen Mr. Liucoln. But what in
effable scoiu, contempt, and execration do
the minions of Bright deserve? They went
into convention and nominated a full ticket.
They taorc up to the last hour that they
would support that ticket, and then assassina
ted it. Breckinridge men of the South, we
give you joy of ihe choice selection that you
have ma ie of confederates in the North, who
tcili so boldly and Utoroughly maintain your
Southern rights :
. f. i:j
Rep. Icm. Rep.
400 - G3S
Jackst ll ....
l ike. . . . . ... .
I'rinc of Wales Lost liis Heart.-He
I uIIn to See a Lady at Iter Fatlier's
From the Philadelphia Press we learn that
the l nnce ol wales behaved like a good bov
in that city, writing a long letter it took
mm iwo nours to hmsh it to his mother,
while he was in the Quaker City. He has
also kept a private journal durirnr his tonr.
But he is only mortal after all. Speaking of
in? aucnuauce at tae mnauclphia Academy
of Music, ihe Press says;
-Vague t-tories have been told of the young
Baron"s attachment in this country. The
latest of these finds its scene in this city.
Why the Prince moved from his magnificent
quarters in the private box to the balcony
center, was not understood. It was, in fact,
speculated upon to considerable extent, as a
winmsicai and somewhat erratic whim. It is
now said that there was a lady in the case,
aud m follows :'
Mi.-s S., superbly attired and very beauti
ful, had taken a balcony seat not lar distant
from the center ol the tier. When Albeit
Edward came in, she was the first to rise to
the thrill ot Patti in "God save the Queen,"
and scarcely had the chorus sunk and the cur
tain fell, before her glass was levelled at his
young highness, bo continued, indeed, were
ner attentions, that the Prince was attracted,
and to be attracted toward Miss S.. was to be
infatuated. Thenceforth, in every pause of
Martha, the Prince's glass w as levelled at Miss
b. I tie Duke of Newcastle, to whom such
frailties ou Albert Ewurd's part have become
things of ordiuary occurrence, suggested that
aeau uau oeeu pioviueu ior tue royal party iu
the center of the tier. Then, at Albei t Ed
ward s request, the Duke mid suite removed.
r. : . : i . i . . ii. . ri - ... . ... -
ii in tuiu lutit me x rince visilea aliss sj. on
tiienigut in question, at the invitation of
her lather, a leading citizen. It is moreover
said that Mr. and Miss S. are the ouly Phil
aUelpbians. beyond the Mayor, who have
beeu honored by the Royal grasp, and that,
after a delightful hour past in the lady's
company, the Prince left with her a jeweled
locket, and expressed bis choicest terms of
admiration. Is this all fiction ? So we have
neard the tale."
Another letter appears in the public prints
ironi me lion. Li. .M.Kettt. ot South Carolina.
The gist of the letter is that, "if the Black
Republicans succeed in the coming election,
the issues between the Norti and the South
will be withdrawn from the Federal arena,
and must be decided by the States themselves,
as po-rei-Dina. Ia tbig eontinjrencv, my con
victions of duty are clear and well-settled.
I .shall advise disunion promptly. The States
of the South must take their own safety into
their own hands." Mr. Keitt proceeds to ar
gue that the South, in the event supposed,
would be as fully justified in resisting . the
Northern majority as were the colonies in de
claring their independence of Great Britain.
The fallacy of the whole thing is, that
should Mr. Lincoln be elected, it will not be
by a majority at all; but by the stubborn di
visions of his adversaries. Mr. Lincoln will
not obtain more than two-fifths of the popu
lar vote; and if he is successful, it will be
through the instrumentality -of the Southern
plotters of treason against the Union.
' Plain 'Tail. " 1 1
The Montgomery Confederation of the 18th
has the following . ,.
Just Try It. Some of the crazy fanatics
of our city, we understand, have boldly as
serted that they intend interrupting Judze
uougias wnen ne speass nere on the Zd of
i . ,
W e have Only to give a warning
word to such men. Let them try it, and they
Ml I . . .1 L- 1 ' . .
win oe sure 10 leap me wuirtwina.
The editor of the Mad, in bis characteris
tic recklessness, has wished to know, if Judge
Douglas would have the audacity to speak in
Montgomery. -W can ouly tell our co tem
porary that Judge Douglas is an American
freeman has fought more battles lor the
South than any man in the Union, and that
he will not only have the audacity to sneak.
but his friends will bave the boldness to chas!
use any crazy
fanatic that would even dare
A handsome young fellow in New York, in
great distress for want of money, married
last week a rich old woman of seventy. He
was no doubt miserable for want of money,
and the for the want cf a husband; and
'misery makes strange bed-fellows."
An American writer who has made quite
i number of respectable translations, asks
'What translation is the best that was ever
made !" We think npou the whole that we
should rather give the preference to that of
I pike adjoining the corporation line.
GIBSON M ERUPT
j 7, tuwy! V'WHna ws awaTat17jrTac-
' - " rT"ver liaker Sowing Machine, evr I - '
Gn. Sui Houston.
Gen. Sam Houston has recently been mak
ing a strong spcu against the disunioni'l
lie udlsbis foeud-j to light th RermWicans,
ami aoas :
"But if defeated, remember that your gov
ernment is worth more than a victory : and
that when " you discard the Southern dis-.
uaunists you will find millions 'of Northern
men ready to fight your battles. I would
shed the last drop of my blood for my coun
try I should resist aggression. But I have
no battles to fight outside of the Union. Let
na fight in it. and Tor it"
We bave just seen a letter from Gen. Hens
ton, declaring that he will vote for the
Union Electoral Ticket ' in Texas, and
abounding in the most patriotic Union senti
ments. All those in New York who favor
Sam Houston, or his patriotic career in Tex
as, or bis National Union sentiments, . will
vote against the sectionalisls, and in this
State, as elsewhere, for Union Electoral
Tickets. N. T. Express.
From the Vermont Patriot. -SIsnnlonists
The Republicans exult hugely : over the
Breckinridge strength in Massachusetts. A
dozen papers there have raised the disunion
ticket, whereupon the Lincoln people cry
aloud. It is well to inquire what influences
these papers in their course.
The editor of the Boston lost is a Naval
Officer, salary $4,000.
The editor of the Salem Advocate is a Naval
Officer; salary $1,600.
5 The editor of the Lowell Advertiser is Post
master; salary $2,000.
The editor of the New Bedfoid Times is
Postmaster; salary $1,500.
iiitor of tac Lawrence Sentinel ia Postmas
ter at $1000.
Editor of ihe Essex Democrat. Postmaster.
The Greenfield Democrat h as a mam in tli
Custom House, at S 1.000. .
Eveb. -Ever, says aa Id writer, is a little
word, but of immense signification. A child
m.ay speak it, but neither man nor angel can
fully understand it. It is a spring whieh fills
as fast as it empties; an unfathomable ocean;
a sea that never can be sailed over from
shore to shore.
Aa&IiYille Liriit Guard rZouaYcs Atfriitinn
rpHERE will bo
M? ;.MO.DAY EVKMXO, October 22d, 1SG0.
at 7i o dock. ' -
rumpt attendance ou the part of cverv mem
be-r is necessary. By order ot tho ri,ntr.
octii-11 D. J- SCAN LAX, O.
MUFJXER & EVERETT ILlx-ag
Monday Eve's, Oct. 82, 1860,
The icrformoiice will cmmence with tho play of
AtAKX APEX W BATEMAV
To conclude wtth the Farce of
Aii Object of Interest.
-uneK. em ana alter Alontlav. Ctrt 1 Hi.. r-..rt..;,.
iu rust; ui i;, o ciocs. - .
TO SIEilCIIAXTS AXD OTHERS.
Alc.1 ALilU COUNTER SAFE, WITH BUR-
GULAR ALARM AND LOCK AT
TACHED! TII13 SAFE is niado of cast-iron, brass, anil oilier
nielaL It is thi-f vronf. aud almost 1
privi, as me top. Slues and bottom are ol east-irnn
ana it cannot be mcddW with, excel by those in tlie
secret, without giving an alarm that would detect the
thief. It ia capable ol" 24 dill'ereut rh.-inm'S. sn Hint n
person may be shown how to oien it without wiy
noise, aud the next moment, by a change of tho pins
by the owner, he cannot touch the keva without it
giving the alarm. This Safe may be put under any
counter or shelf, by putting four screws through the
lAjn-i . u iias two comparmieni tor bills and three
ior cnange ana is sumciently large for mv ordinary
ea.sn i)iisiiii-?d. Jt is handsomely painted and velvet
lined, and hits full directions for putting up and making
trlue above ixifes will be sold at the low price of
Orders respectfully solicited, and exclusive salo of
lerriiory given U IUOSO WUO WISH to COUVa&S.
For further information apply to
E. J. DECKROW,
. . Patriot otlice. Nashville,
Where one of tho Safes can be seen on exhibition. ' ,
Hoots, Shoes, Trunks, Valise,
; , . Xew Stock just received by
F. H . BLACK M A N ,
CORNER OF MARKET STREET AND TUE SO. CARE.
rpHE undersigned begs leave to call the attention of
A- tue public to his handsome and comprehensive
stock of Uoods in the above line, comprising all siyl-3
oi - , . .
Ladies and Gentlemen' "Wear,
Negro Ii tog a us,
Ana every variety of articles usually kept in similar
esiaoiisnments, alio! which will be sold at Astnnish
ingly Lom Vrica. F. II. ULACKJfAN.
I am oflering great inducements to parties wishing to
Fine Virginia Tobacco
By the quautitv.
Call and examine at 44 l'uion street.
J. W. I.AXUIJ2V.
'I 'HE firm or BLACKMAX k GILLESPIE, Boot, Shoe
-L and Trunk lH.-alen, South-west corner o! the Square
aud Market street is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, Oeo. L. oallespie retiring. All ihoso indebted to
me ou nrui are requested to come forward and close
tueir accounts with h . II. Blackman, w ho alone is au
thorized to settle. F. H. BLACKMAX,
Et. L. GILLESPIE,
In retiring from tho Urm of Blai-kman & Gi!leKiie,
the undersigned returns his cordial thuuks for the lib
eral iialronago bestowed, and earnestly reipiests a con
tinuances oi mo same tor lits lnend and successor.
Acclicn Sale at the tap of the Dinm.
t wiu seu on Tuesday evenmg, Oct. 23. Latiieg
v V Kress Goodri, Cloths, Casssimeres, Over-Coatings,
cioiump, Hiita, Boots. Shoes and Variety Goods. Terms
m i casn. - TItABL'E & LUCAS.
Ua tlersliirts and Drawers. "
OILK Shirts and Drawers, heavy and very Cue;Ca3h
t7mere Shirts aad Drawers, heavy and very line;
Merino Shirts aud Ifrawcrs, heavy and very line;
txMimswiiui omris ana tirawers uo do do do
Sliaker Flannel Shirts and Drawers do do do
Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers, do do do
English Broyn Cotton
The Largest and smallest men can find Underwear to
lit them, at No 28 Cherry street, one door from Uniou.
oct20-tf j H McGlLL.
Buckskin Shirts and
Received and for sale by
- For November.
GODEY'S LADT-S BOOK, for November,'
: TETERSON'S SIAGAZIXE, forXovemUer, - .
i LESLIE'S GAZETTfi OF FASIHOX, for November,
For sale by JOHN YORK & CO.
DALLES AND WEEKLIES.
I THE NEW YORK HERALD, TMily. I . '
THE NEW YORK LEDGER, Weekly. ' - -
HARPER'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weekly. ' -
LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weekly.
I THE WAVERLY MAGAZINE, Weekly.
WILKE'S SPnUT OK THE TIMES, Weekly : '
j THE LOXDOX ILLUSTRATED NEWS, Weekly. '
! THE LONDON PUNCH, Weekly, , ;-
! THE LONDOX TIMES, Weekly. : . ' : .
For salo by " ; ' ; ; JOHN YORK & CO.
7MPLOYiIENT-450 A MONTH AND ALL EX-
i m ,4 t.-ir? fan'- -Aii jgrut is wann-q in every town
-pual county in the United Wee, to engage b? sVrZ
epect&ble and easy tinainesa, by wukU the above pro
lits may certainly be realized. For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER, 54 East Twelfln St.
corner of Broadway, New York City, inclosing one
oct-dtriww3ni ' . :
,1 Y-i NOTICE. - : X
THE undersigned will sell on the premises on Sat
urday, the third day of November, the tract of
land upoa which Joseph Rutland, Esq., now resides,
lying in district No 26, Wilson, county, containing by
estimation 204 acres aud 11 poles title good. This
Is certainly one of the most desirable family residen
ces to be found. - .There are two good dwellings,
well located to a good road, with excellent water very
convenient; good orchards with every vartety of fruit
raised in this latitude.
Possession will be given the first of January, when
one third of Ihe purchase otouey will be required down.
The remainder divided ia two equal payments 9 and
IS mouths with good security aud a lien retained un
til the tout? is paid. . j , IT NORTHERN. ,
;0ct2O-td . TUtiS C MARTIN.
j T Dissect, g Instrnoie nts.
V ' LARGE stock of DISSECTING INSTRUMENTS
A manufactured by Tk-man, of Xew York, just re-
miruuiaiuriiuii dt h a i
XS, BROWN CO.
Dickin's Kew Book, .
Beceived daily by " J0U5 YORK Jt Ca
Cliancerjr Sale of Piney Fur
inace Lands. :
IN Pursuance lo a decree of the Chanoery Court at
Charlotte; rendered at the .September Term, ti I
will mi Monday the OJ Jay if Vecejuber ncrl, expose to
i'u-jiR. ile vi tue unjuesi uiuaer, ai tne corj-t House
dixir in Chark'ire, that valuable projvrir m In on
conuty, Tenn., known as the PINKY FURNACE, to
fCnher with all the machinery and fixtures thereto be
longing. . , .
At the same time I will sen about 4000 acres of Laud
attached to said Furnace, a portion of which is good
farming IasmA, and lies adjacent to the SftSff Rail
road, now in course of construction. Said Lands will
be divided into parcels, and will be hi kits or as a
wliole, as may be deemed advisable. ; - ; i - - - -,
Tekj!S: Tlie above described property will be'aold
without the right of redemption, on a credit of , 13,
18, 24, SO and 50 months with interest from date. Bond
and good security will be required, and a Hen retained
on the land nutil the purchase money is paid. . ,
A Plat of the above described Lands will be' shown
on the day ol sale.- HC COLLIER, CiM.
Chancery Sale of Valuable Iron
TN pursuance of a decree of tho Phsn.
leery Curt at Charlotte, rendered at the September
Term ISOO, I will on Monday the 10th day of iMcember
next, exose to public sale to the highest bidder, on
tho premises a valnable Steam, forge, together wuh alt
the fixtures thereto belon-'imr. situated in TWL'xmi
county, Xenn., and known as the HENKY CLAY
FORGE. At the same time I will sell altnm
of Land attached to the Purge, a portion of which lies
on Cumlicrland River. Said Lands will be divided and
sold in tracts of convenient size.
Tekhs. The above describe propertv will be sold
without the right of redemption-, on a credit of 6 12
18 and 24 mouths wita interest from date. Bond 'and
good security will be required and a lien retained oa
the Liud until the purchase laouev is paid.
A Mat of the above described L-iuds Will Iw cluiu'ti
on the day of sale. U C COLLIER. C A: M.
oet 20-1 d
. The Kauagaroo Hunters, by Capt. Reid;
Life of Kit Carson, by Charles Burdflt;
The Wood Rangers, by Capt. Reid;
The Sand Hilts of Scotland, by II C Andersoa;
Abbott's Aboriginal aad Discovery of America;
Everett "s Life of Washington, complete in out; vol.
price $1 2d.
The Household of Bonvarie, a Romance oT Southern
Cottige on the Alps, Author ot LiiteWl ILinncrs to.
Switzerland. For salo by
tl JOHN YORK 4 CO.
tne of fl fa to me directed and delivered fr.m.
loiiora'ote Circuit C.airt or im-i.icn. ..n..t,.
Ti.nnes.sve, at its Sf plember Term, 1S60, I will exixisi?
,v ru ewe, tome uiKui-si uiuaer ior casn . at thu
Blacksmith shop ot Thos ti James, ou the Hyde's Ferry
Turnpike Koak, 4 miles from Nashville, on Tuesdav
j vLk jun, iouuTmi me rit-'m, tuie, claim, ln-U-rest
and estate, whieU Thos G James then had, or
may have siueo acquired iu and to the following de
scribed property : One lark brown mule; ono sorrel
colt, 3 years olu; four cows and elves;one yoke oxen:
four milch cows and calves; one bull; seven heaJ ol
hogs; two hogs; two wagoas; one ox and one horse
cart: one straw cutter; one ru sheUer; one corn
crusher; one grindstone and fixtures; ouo lot boards;
one bit new h ou; one lot old iron; one man's saddle
sett blacksmith tKils; household and kitchen lurni
ture, farming uteiusiUi, &o. &c, levied on as the pro
perty or Thos U James, to satisfy an execution in uir
hands in favor of Juo 1 James aga:nt the said Thos ii
James, this OctlSlh, 1500.
, , J- K. EDMUNrSON, SherilT,
octl9-4t By W. I. Rqukrtsoe, D. SheriT;
SucrilT's alc. .
BY virtue of a Fi. Fa. to me directed from the Hon
orable Circuit Court ot Davidson Coimtv T...,,,.
esv wuicu jos. . lluOOs Uas to a tract or parcel ot
LAND lying m the 9th Civil District of Davidson coun
ty, situated ou the waters of Mill Crock, including the
Glen Ciiir Iepot, an tho Nashville and Chattanooga
Railroad, and adjoining the lands of T. B. Juhnsou
contamiug alMiut 334 Acres, registered in the Ki-gis-ter's
oUiee of Davidson county, Book No. 26, page 333,
levied uion as the property ol" J. W. Dabus, to satisfy
a judgment rendered iu tuvoroi" J. E Gleaves, C & JI
a-aaist E.S. Hawkins, et.al. "
J. K. lUjMONSO.V, Sheriff,
oct" By E. 1). WHITWORTH. D. S.
J. D. W. GREEN.
JNO. T HAGAN.
?.Jedals ! Medaln!!
Gc ESE Nl CO.,
Xo. 6 Unioa Street,
Li At .just received a beautiful assortroent of
o-jLJieiaiuotype UKenesses of the Candidates for Pre
sident and Vice Pre.-Jdent. Call and get one ot" those
beautiful "Churois or "Medals" representing your
favorite candidate. For s;Uo by GREI&C6.,
" - . - .. Xt S Union Street.
LITERARY AND NEWSPAPERS RECIEVED REGULAR
GREEN & CO., No. G, Union St.
N. Y. Lodger;
, " Illustrated News;
Leslie's Illustrated New
Boston Pilot ;
. Flag of our Union;
s; Vanity Fair;
welcome la m-M;
Wilk's Spirit of tho Times; Country Gentleman
Porter's " " Musical Friend;
.N. l. Clipper; Weekly Iay-BtH.k;
Scietitillc American; London Illustrated News;
Police Gazette; ' Bell's Life in London;
Family Journal; Louisville Journal, Ate.
New York nerald; Louisville Journal.
The followinjr Magazines arc received Mouth !y :
Eclectic; Irviug, and the Knickerbockec.
colored, A Large and splendid assortment.
THEATRICAL PLAYS. A largo assortment. .
For gale by ' GREEN CO.
oi-116-tr No. 6 Union street.
Auction Sale cf Groceries,
LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO.,
TUESDAY, OCT. 23d, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.
W'E will sell for cash, in front iif .ur Warelmuse,
a coinplo assortment of GROCERIES, consoling
iu jmii i. tta imiimSj iz :
50 hhds SuKar; SO boxs Brand v Cherries
500 bags CoU jc; 200 packages Kit isius;
75 bbls Molasses; 20 bb)3 Filberts:
100 " crushed and pow- 8 sacks Almonds:
100 U H bxs Star Cau
20 boxds Cove Oysters;
10 bags Pepper;"
25 chests Tea;
20 bales Cotton Twine;
35 coils Rope;
15 cases Matches;
100 boxes Star Caudles:
100 bbl3 White W hiskv;
15 NY Brandy;"
. 10 " Holland Gin;
300 keg3 Nails;
"5 doz 1'aintd Buckets;
so nests tubs;
150 packages New Mack- 150 boxes Soap;
ere), kns, ibbls bbis 75 " lioyle's Candles;
200 boxes New Raisins; - luO doz Mason's Blacking;
200 aud H bxs do 100 boxes Flasks;
2 tierces 1 lgs ;
Together with numerous other articles to make up
a complete sale. LANIER, PHILLIPS & CO.,
octlS-td No 39 Market street. .
RAINS, BROWN & CO.,
No. 19 Pull lie Sqttaie,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I- . - . , nr.AF.KK3 131 .
. Scrgifal and D total Instruiuenls,
ELASTIC TRUSSES. , - f ..
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS,
ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, '
' . - SLTOULDEIi BRACES, and
' " DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
No Excuse for not Insuring!
NASH & MARK,
-1 ' No." 25 College Street.
WILL INSURE DWELLINGS FOR 3 OR 5
YEARS AT MUCH LOWER RATES
THAN FOR 1 YEAR.
D O YOU INSURE ?
ectlS : . " t ' . - - . - --
Wholesale &-Retail Dr uggis't
. ' - (ST0CES5OB TO - . OOOLKT A CO.)
Corner It road and Cherry Stiee'.ae
' NASHVILLE, TKN.V.
WILL keep always on hand a large and complete
assortment of everything k-pt in the lrug
which we will as cheap as the chei ,, ,i '
iod as the beet, which we are ready V -oTe ait the
time and .U my June, day or .nKflit,t tb,. mii-j .s..-
of all good citbre-ns who will favor wrtu , (;arr jmij
patronage. . . J'JtLN J. lUl-jr.
aept i-j-tt ; - - -
rnnp .m r irrr?iri mjTiw r-. ... . .
nj! -e-" ";; imuBBn iron i tne concern : ite
busmes will still bo continued at tl old nand fv n
miuerine my ir ana nrm rr
NEV1NS, KEITH Aj CO
Nashville, Oct. 1st, loOO.
- Ia retiring from the firm of Kirkpatrkk, Nevius fc
WVr,'i'irU ."r smtvro 'hanVa f,jr the liberal pn
trni..,M Wl,.w.l m.m .l n
caccessars and fwmer rartivrs
" iuuiw, uiu recommend our
i worUiy l,e ciliao-
eoods in our line would do wuil to call and examine
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
aee, at us juiy lerm, ibbo, 1 wiu exiiose t-3 public sale,
to the highest bidder, lor Cash, at the Com t house
iard, in the City of Nashville, on Moudav, the 12th
day of November. 1S60. all the ritht. tilt.: iu.rt int..,.
i New Publications.
"" ; NOVELS OF ;
M. HONORS De BALZAC.
Tlie Greatness and Decline
- r: . of
From the Freecii of Honor it Balzac.
V. WIGHT &. F. n. GOODRICH,
In ono Elegant Volume, 12ino, Cloth.
RrDD k Caklkton have got out the first of their se
ries of the novels of Hoxokx db Balzac translated by
Mx-ssrs. O. W. Wight and F. B. Goodrich, both gentle
men tkvorably known in connection with original and
trajk-iaUxl xk. The present te entitled w The Great
ness and .Decline of Cesar Birrotteao.," aad the trans!,
tors introduce tt with the following Preface: "That
the Novels of Honor de Balxac," says the London
Critic, are immeasurably the greatest works of the
kiud that France indeed, we would add, any other
country has ever seen, does not admit of the slight
est dispute. Tliat they go deeper into the human
heart, represent more truly the human passions, and
refloct with greater accuracy tho phases of human life,
than any other novelist has ever been able to do, is
admitted by all who know anything about tho matter.
Some may object that there are features in his compo
sitions which render them undesirable subjects of
study to the young and pure. To this we reply that
we are not of that opinion. BuUac touches vice hut to
scuiurge Iter; he drags her forth into the light of day,
sets her up in the pillery, aud calls her by the right
name. We believo that so far from having a demoral
izing effect, the careful and thoughtful perusal of Bal
sac'B writings can have no other n-sult than to increase
the love of virtue and tho dread of vice "
W.T. BERRY &. CO.,
Nashville, October 11, '60. PUBIJC SQUARE,
T'ralme and laueus
SELL TUESDAY EVENING, Oct. 16, 1860, Fresh,
lashionable and Seasonable Staple and Fancy Dry
Joods, Shoes, Boots, Clothing, Variety Goods, &c., Ax.
Tkkms All sums over $2560 days time,
ottlo TRABUE k LUCUS.
JOHN YORK ii CO., have ou hand all the Text
Books of the old and New Schools.
k. w. MOKGAX..
. W. . WAIXACZ.
MORGAN & WALLACE,
NO 16 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Wot ild resectfully call attention to their Fall and Win
ter .stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
For ladies, gentlemen, misses and boys.
We would also call attention to "our large stock of
rial itation Shoes, which we are offering at low prices.
0 ur assortment of Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags
is c mp!ete.
JO S Call and Examine our stock.
01 :tl-lm MORGAN & WALLACE.
Stores! Stores!! Stores!!! -
I HAVE in store and now receiving the best selected
assortment of COOKING and HEATING STOVES,
FURNACES, GRATES, Ax., ever ottered in this mar
ket, and will sell as low as articles of the same kind
can be bought in Louisville or Cincinnati: say in part
4 sizes fluted Common Stoves for Coal;
- 4 do straight, do do
3 do large Globe Coal Stove;
5 do Open Franklin Coal Stoves;
2 do do do . Wood do
3 do Monkey Coal Stoves;
5 do fluted Box Stoves for Wood;
7 and 10 Plated Wood Stoves;
2 sizes Kansas Parlor Stoves for Wood;
s do Challenge Heaters for Coal;
2 do large extra Church stoves;
4 do PhuL-nix Coal Stove:
2 do Ironing and Wash-house Stoves:
Common Jamb and Mantle Grates;
Marbleized Iron Mantles and Grates, complete;
Wrought and Cast Iron Cooking Stoves fur Wood
and Coal, of beat make. J. W. WU.MUX
" ',13 17, Colleges!.
RUSSIA IRON Stove Pipe;
Common "do do
Odd Baskets lor Grates:
Odd Fenders lor Grates; kc. , fcc
Stoves put up in any part of the city.
J. W. WILSON-
ONE Thousand pounds Potash on band, and for salt"
T RAINS, KROWX 4t Ctt.
I AM now receiving my Fall Stock of Pianofortes f rom
the following Factories, which will be the lar rest
ever ottered iu tlie city: Stein way & Sons, A. H Ga, te &
Co., Haynes Brothers; Hazleton Brothers, Wm. Kauiile
& io., retera ana w eOb, Light tz Bradburry aud So eb
beher Schmidt, all ot" which will be sold at a sn mil
advance on cit for cash or negotiable paper. All the
new and popular Music just received, together w nh
Accordeons, Violins, Flutes, Drums, Brass lnslrunien As,
O.C. ior uargams come lo me," at numoer 33.
8epil5-tf Bo JAS. A. MoCLURE-
Seed Wheat. Seed Wheat.
1 n O BAGd Mediterranean Wheat, selected express
Iv J ly for the market. Just received and lor sate
M A PAKRISH.
Btiilding Lot! Viae Street!
UNDER order of this Court I propose to sell Ihe
Evans lot west side of Vine street, and between
Church and Broad streets. Front 45 feet, depth 161
feet, and with a wide alley on ouo side and another in
1 am also authorized to sell the Whittakej
join ing same.
The two lots nnited together make 90 feefc front, aad
in this case wouid have an alley all around.
3 here is no other suck j-ieee nf property offered for sate
in this city
Private bids will be received at my office, and the
property exposed to public sale at the crnirt house iat
til is city on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1860.
Sale at 11 o'clock precisely. J. E. GJ JSAYES. CfcX.
Valuable Lot on Vi ne Street,
Near tlie Cap'.tol.
BY virtue of a decree of the. Chancery Court at
Nashville, I will offer at pubf ie sale oo in premi
ses, on Saturday, Oct. 27th, 1S00, f lua large tot on west
side of Vine street, near the O apitol, known as the
Shields property . Frou ts mor - tbaa 2o0 feel, bat may
be divided to suit purchasers.
This is good propertv. and w ,n worth the attention
of both those who want builda ig lots for their own use
and those who want to invo for profit.
Terms announced at salfe. Sale to commence at 12
o'clock. Oct.5,tdsl J. K. GLEAVES. CAM.
SherilT g Sale
T Y virtue of an alias;, fa to me directed from
Court or riavidson countv.
Tennessee, at its Juu Term, 1860, I will expose to
public sale, to Ihe U? ,hM hklder. fir rash, at the
Court Hoase Yard, : lue city of Nashville, on Mon
day, tbe 5Ui day oi November. I860, ail the right,
tilt l, claim, inure t estate, which T. G. James
theu had, or may 1 .urn since arauired in and to the
foUowing descriW ( negro man named Hart well, aged
about 35 years umi complexion black, being levied on
as the property f T. G. James, to satisfy a judgment
rendered in tavur - of H. C. Drake against T. ii. James
and ate. j. k edmUNKSON. Sheriff!
octl7-ta - . By E D WmrwowrK, V S.
ROfJEUT MOOItE & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ICO. 49 WALXVT STRZTl,
. ' Cincinnati, Ohio.
d for sale in tots--H000
Barrels FIout, sn per fine to extra tastily ;
lOO Bwhels Clover Sued;
600 " Timothy " -i
300 " Herds Grass; "
000 " Stripped and Hoan Bine Grass Seed;
-10O0 boxes Western Reserve, English Dairy and
jtrd and Linseed Oils, Bacon, Grain, Candles, Soap,
Cjot "ilagc, BrootUH, Buckets, Tubs, tec .
1 .Ve have ample facilities and rive tromit attentioa
to the purchase of Merchandise required by the Sooth
ta trade, and to tlie sale of Cotton, Pig and Bloom
i voo, tv-ieu ruit, ana rTouuce generally
. Fresh Hommony. ;
A KCTERIOR article Just recetved per Railroad and
LX fur sale by tne barrel oolr ty
octl7 BENJ. F. SHIELDS Ic CO.
- ' Seed Wlieat! : -
fr BAGS or Una early White Wheat.
, UU 200 bags Mediwranean Wheat, selected ez-
t tsly for seed and for sale by
-ooUS-tr . . CU.V RAD, CHANDLER It CO.
Godei' Lady's Book.
I ft BARRELS x me sail J" rec-i-. i
IU Uunder the markot by BiNJ F SlilELto i.o.
A ami am AoiourtQ. ojm! JKM Creek VuIUy Turnpike. .
BY virtue of a decree rendered by the Chancery
Court at Nashville, in the case of Mary E Goodwin '
ta N P Corbitt and others, I will positively sell at the
Court House in this city, at 12 o'clock precisely, oo
SATURDAY, 3d day of NOVEMBER, IStiO, the tract of
SI Acres and 129 poles of Land described in the plead
ings as here to! ore sold to the defendant M P Curbitt.
. Trtiifi- - Hind If, months rmtit wuh'wit intfTfit nnd .
sale without redemption.
Nam This sale is to pay the decree in (aver of com- r
piainant for about $3,200, and besides this claim there
is also a further lien on said Tract of Land Cm- about
$1600, to which the said Land will be subject. . ,
No bid received at this sale unless party is prepared
to at once comply with terms of sale by executing
nates with two approved sureties.
octlO-tdS -- J E CLEAVES, C K.
MajorWerks' farm for sale.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Coort. at
Nashville, In the case of Sarah D. Work aa. U aa.
Pybua and others, I will proceed to sell ea titeprtmism,
e Tuesday, fkk October, 1S60, the Farm of IsO acres,
lying oa the northern bank of the river (Cumberland,)
S miles from the city, and known as the home-place of
Major Work and bought by nun of Wm. Pybua.
Tn. mh .Sale free from redemption, and on credit of
12, 18 and 24 months, without interest purchaser
to give notes with approved security and lien to be r- .
tained. j. . U LEAVES, C. M.
septi-tds - . .
. - POSTPONEMENT. '- - ;
AFTER having sold SO acres of above Tract of Land,
at a sale made on the premises on this 9th Octo
ber, the sale of the residue (150 acres) was postponed,
by consent of all parties, to Saturday, Oct. 27, 160, at
which time a sale of it will positively take place attuS
Chaacxkt ContrRoox, in the Court House; to com
mence at 10 o'clock. J. E. GLEAVES C M
PURSUANT to a decree or the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of John Mallory re. Josiah
Mallory and others, I will sell, ea Saturday, October 27
IS), at the Court House in Nashville, the following
valuable property, to wit : Tae Mailary residence on
South Cherry stmt, with 105 feet tf ground (next to
Mallory street) attackedx The remainder of the piece
of property, 179 feet, divided into tots. One tot of 105
feet front on South College street.
Terms 1, S and S years credit, with interest, (rz
cejt as to cosa to pay costs and expenses, wAica will bt
collected ea house tot.) Purchasers to give notes with
satisfactory security, and lien to be retained. . .
sept5-tds J. E. GLEAVES, CAM.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville in the case of Wm. A. Wnttsett. Executor Ac,
oi Farrar ts. Wasu. R. Lucas aud o tiers, 1 will Sell at
the Coort House in Nashville, on Saturday October 27
1800, m true of 10 mcrm and b0 poie of land, pari of
the Leeaa Farm, and being the same bought by him of
Tbrms. 6, 12 and 18 months credit with interest,
and sale free from redemption, notes to have personal
security, and to be payable in the Bank, and lien to bu
Sept.5-tda J. E. GLEAVES CiM
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Geo. D. Hamletl t. Wash 11.
Lucas and others, I wul sell, at public sale at the Court
House m Nashville, on Saturday Ortoorr tA 27lh lsw),
'" portion of Wash K. Lucas' tract of land,
which is known as the Crutcber part ofhia whole tract.
The same consisting of about 29 acres and lyinr in
front of the Mansion House.
Tkkxs. 1 and 3 years credit, with interest and sale
free from redemtion, purchaser to exeute satitlactorv
notes and lien to be retained.
Sept.6-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C. k II.
These sales continued over to SATURDAY, OCTOBER
27, I860, when the same will take place at the Chancerv
Court Room in Court House.
- J. E. GLEAVES, C. & M.
29 Xegroes of the Dr. Shelby Estate.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Barrow and Lindsley,
Admr's., of the late Dr. John Shelby, dee'd., vs. Maria
G. Shelby and others, I will sell at public Bale at the
Court-house, in Nashville, on Saturday, Octuber 20th,
I860, 29 Slaves belonging to the estate of Dr. Shelby.
Terms. S and 12 months' credit, with interest,
purchasers to give their notes with two approved secu
rities and payable in Bank. Sale absolute and without
At the family residence, in Edgefield, on Friday, the
19tk October, 1860, 1 will sell all the Furniture and other
unsold personal property, of every description, to the
higiiesl bidders. Six months' credit with Interest,
notes to be payable to Bank and to be well secured ex
cel when the purchaser amounts to less than $100, ir
which case the cash will be required.
sepU-tds J. E. GLEAVES, C & M.
3 Xegroes of the Jltuic Young estate for sale.
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case of Janus H. and Jacob Young,
Admr's of Mark Young, dee'd. , vs. Elizabeth Young aud
others, I will sell at the Court-house, in Nashville, ea -Saturday,
October 20tA, I860, the following Slaves to
wn: Susan, Fanny and Edward.
Vkkms. 6 months' credit without interest, notes pay-"
ablAt in Bonk, and with good personal security required
80p4-t ds J. E. GLEAVES, C.S.M
" lVashrille Blood Horse "
FALL MEETING OF 18GQ.
SIXTH DAY SATURDAY, October 20th. Cit ilea's
Purse, $1,000, four mile heals.
lhe above Stakes to name and close the first day of
t ecurity for forfeit required. Nominations to bo
made to the Secretary.
I iitrance money, 5 per cent. A Walk over entitles a -hoi
se to full amount of purse.
W. H. JOHNSON, Secretary,
Box No. 300.
3b. W. G. HARDLVG, President.
Gx. B. F. CHEATHAM, Proprietor.
T E have this day sold our entire interest in the
, VV Book, Stationery and Periodical Business.
Nq. 0 Union street to Mr. John T. Uagan and John 1
W. Green, who w ill continue the business at the bubo
place, under the style of Green k Co,
JOHNSON k TREANOR.
On retiring from the book business, we return our
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed upon '
us, and take pleasure in recommending our successors
as young men of experience in the business, and wor
thy in every way the confidence of tlie people
ifl w A. W.JOHNSON. Jr., -
oota-tf John o. treanor,
To Lessen the Damages from Blasting.
Sc 1. Beit enacted by the City Council of XashriUer
That any person engaged in blasting within the Corjio
ralion limits, shall, in addition to the usual precau
tions of covering up the blasts, crying the alarm, :c.t
stretch cords across every avenue, stroet, alley or oth
er thoroughfare leading directly to the place uf blast
ing, each cord to be lastened al 'least four feet irom the
ground, and at a distance of not less than sixty yards
Irom the blasts; said cord to be stretched and listened
before the blasts shall be fired, axal shall remain mild
the last blast is exploded.
s-sc. Z. Any person railing to use the precautions '
herein made obligatory, shall, on conviction of the
same before the Cay Recorder, be fined not less than
ten nor more than fifty dollars for each and every of
fence. IRA P. JONES,
. Pres't Board of Cbuncumeu.
R. B. CHEATHAM,
Pres't Board of Aldermen.
S. N. HoLusoewoRTH, Mavor.
Attest.- W.' A. GLENN, Recorder.
Approved Sept. 29, '60. oclli-lw
Ia Relation to the Public Schools. ' "
SEC. 1. Be a enacted bu the Citu Council nf VT.l.
rH le. That it shall not be lawful for anv uarent. ciur.
di an, or other person having temporary or permanent
charge or control of a minor who is not et-titk-d by
la w to became a pupil in the Pebiic Schools of this ciiy
aa a pupU of the same, or to permit such minor to al
io nd any of said schools as a pupil, and any iersun so
oil ending shall be fined not lest than ten nor uirre than
ni ty dollars ror each and every ofience.
Ssc. s. Be it further enacted. That if any nerson
ht;ving charge or control of any Public School or
Schools of the city, shall knowingly and wilfully con
ni ve at and permit the attendance of any pupU ui any
of the Public Schools of this city when said upil is
not entitled by law to the benefit of said Scnuui, the '
person thus knowingly and wilfully permuting such
ptupil to attend, shall be fined not less than ten nor
m or than fifty dollars for each and every odence.
Sec. Z. Beit enacted. That it shall be the dulr of the
Superintendent of the Public Schools to report to the -CUy
Recorder the name of ail persons who ahall vio
late the provBUuns of the first section of this act, and
it shall be the duty of the Recorder to issue a warrant
against such person or persons, and enforce the penalty
prescribed.- . B. B. CHEATHAM,
Pres't Huard of Aktcrmesu
- IRA P. JONES, . .
Pres't Board of Ceuncilaiea
8. N. BounuswoKn, Mayor.
Attest: Ml. A. GLENN, Recorder.
Approved Sept. 12, '60. ootla-lw
IHPROVED PIANO - FORTES !
MANUFACTORY AND SALESROOM - . " L
CORNER THIRD A TENUE, NEW YORK'
FOR a quarter of a ceotrry the Instruments manu
factured at the above establishment have ranked
among the first in the country. Their dnralmitr.
strength, and delicacy of tone and touch are highly ap
y mi who nave given mem a taorouh trial. .
Th proprietor, by giving his personal attention to the
manufacture of each instrument, in all iu details, is
enabled lo guarantee superior excellence and reliability "
rtOMMTTTED to the County Jail of Hirmphreya
l A. .K.a.w a . -
wui; , .ti ua 1,111 U.J Ut WJHflmOCT, 1BOU, BS B
runaway, a NEGRO MAN, of dark copper cuke, about
84 years of age, five feet fire and a hrlf inches high,
weigua aooui one nunarea ana lorxy pounds, woo says
his name is WALTON, and that he belongs to Hilsmaa
King, of Henderson county. Tena. The owner is her. .
ty nottned to come rorward, prove ownership and take t
him away within the lima prescribed by law, or ha
will be dealt with as the law directs. - - , r
Waverty, Oct. 9th, 186a JAMES McGEE, -
octl3-twSt Jailor, f
Bcnj. F, Shields & Co.'slccUon
Sates. : : . :
TUESDAY, Oct. lth. - Morning and Evening-.
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry sad Rich Phued War.
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 17th. Morning and ereninr.
Watches, Diamoodi, Jewelry and Rich plated '
'l-HVRSDAY, Oct. ISth. Ladies sale of Bich Sitx, .
X Merinos and Rich DreHS Goods geoerally.
TJARIDAY Morning, Oct. 19ih, Seaaonable Rcsuly
JJ made Clothing a Hoj.se ckwing busiueks. '
octl-t - - t '.t
SATURDAY Morning Oct- 20th Xew and Second,
hand Furniture and Carpeting.
All sales for cash and without ie. -
SENJ r SHIELDS k CO.,
octlS-it . No $7 Central Stores, College street.
BARRELS COAL OTT super ka- artJcl, ustr
wuAuul rnv mm hyw bv - . - - . .... .
No. Si V