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HORN'S SILVER BAND!
THE ONLY PERMAXENTLY ORGANIZED BAXD IX
THE CITY, will attend to all call ior music both at
borne and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
barge. The Band la composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments
All calls for music, for funerals, pic nics, serenades
and Jubilee will be attended to promptly.
V I. 'V-y.S.
Man:-,.' r .
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUBE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
TRY IT ! TRY IT I
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YOCXG MEN who are Buffering from the effects of
youthful indiscretion can bo surely and perma
nently restored by using the
AQUA VIT AE
A Etmedy of Great and Certain Power.
This remedy is put up in small vials, and can be sen
by mail to any addrewa. A trial will satisfy. Use il
fur a week, and you ill experience a great benefit. A
circular containing full particular sent (free) on appli
cation. Price per txAUe $1-
tme bottle will last a month.
X. B. This remedy is suitable for either sex.
Address, K- CKl'GER, Medical Agent.
July27-tf Broadway, Xew Turk.
Ad--. As the hot season is approaching, every
person should prepare their system for the change, and
there is no remedy so applicable as '-McLeans strength
ening Cordial and Blood Puri 6-r."' It will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen
and invigorate the whole organization. The immense
quantity of it that is sold daily, U proof enough of its
great virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the blood. We say to all, try it! II is de
licious to take. See tbe advertisement in another col
umn. We would call particulal attention to McLean's
notice in another column. We add the following from
the St. 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 celebrated Strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for general debility and weakness. We
Lave sees it tested in a circle under our own iuinudi-
ate observation, and can Touch 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. ee 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, Consuniptioo is anxious to make
known to his fellow -sullerers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of tbe pre
scription used (free of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure for CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA, BRON
CUIUS, fc- The only object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread information 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 wishing the prescription will p address
KtV- EDWARD A. Wl
A4-ly Kings County, New York.
From the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Oct. 15, 1S59.
Tas Sncxiaa Foist. 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. oct!8-2w
Msesa. Ciabx, Gugokt at Co. Xasmnua. Gents :
I purchased two bottles of your Ambrosial Oil, which
has given entire satisfaction in Colic, Toothache and
Headache. GEORGE STEWART,
octlft-lw Ctrtstos, Lincoln county, Tctin.
DR KING'S DISPESSAUY
FOR PRIVATE DISEASES.
- - - DR. KING, formerly of Xew York, for
Jyf'3r the last four years of Ltxusvuie, Ky.,
IJ .nil who has devoted bis attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, natters
himoir havimr attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands., he is enabled to
cure ail diseases at a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
No 23 Deaderick street, between Cherry and the Square,
econd story, where he cures all diseases of a private
Oonornea cured without nauseous medicines or in
erference with business. .
strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a fcw davs, by aa operauuo wharb causes no pain.
Where a stricture exists health cannot -be enjoyed.
Perhojm no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the coosiuulmo so niucn.
Sj-philp, with all the diseases of the skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, can be effectually
cured ut a tew days.
SemvuU Weaknexs. Pvtknlar attention having been
ei.t-n to tuts disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought on in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence 4 the pastanis. a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject unni for
bu5inss or society , and causing premature old ape.
females who may be laboring with any difficulty of
the Womb mav rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
rase, with atee enraed. direct to IT. A. King, Xo. 33
fc street, Nashville. Term-, wiil have the neces
aary medicines sent to their address. Office hours
from S v'ciuck in the morning until 9 in the evening.
jul j 10-indAw ly
T fST received and for sale at lowest prices, an
J t axial supply of Fruit Jars and tans, say
dos. Wiilocghby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 " 2 quarts
4i " Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
Afeo, oa hand -AM) dux. Tin Fruit Cans, one and two
aoarts, lor sealing op, all warranted.
Also. Li bbls. best Clear Cosd Oil. at lowest price by
barret.' J. W. WILSON,
arpl4tf 17 College St.
I hare Bold out my entire interest in the firm of
Nicholson A Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business aa heretofore. I will assist him
him in winding up the business of the old firm, and
olicit for him a contmuauce of the patronage bestowed
on the okl firm. L C NICHOLSON".
In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, be
:f are receiving new Goods, for a short tune I will offer
my entire Slock at cost, for cash.
July 2,1S DA VXD HUMPHREY.
a omrriur A F th" IXSTANT RELIEF
ASTHMA, and PERMANENT CURE of
his distressing complaint use
dlade by C. B. SEYMOUR A CO., 107 NASSAU ST., X.
Y. Price SI per box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. .
jo. Bowaaoa. 1. a. eimcsoa. a. r. BDwaaD.
EDW4KDS, G1LKES0N & CO.
(ccxaBMoms to jo.sowa ns,)
Center f College and Chnrchtts.,
Ifbclctale Grouts ind Commission
AXD DEALEBS IK
Fine Brandies, Wines, Cijari, Tobacco, it
A PARTNER la a lucrative business. Aay young
man with a cw hundred dollars can And a part
nor, by addressing BUSINESS -
A DESIRABLE REH)EXCK, convenient to busl
aeas m one of the most agreeable neighborhoods
da the city. Moderate rent, P"f " i""nv?d'"
vtl. 10-tf. Apply at Union t.
Auction Sale, of Fine Parlor
AND RICH CHINA, Etc.
BEX. F. SUIEIaDS fc CO.
t ILL eH Monday morning, October the 15th,
VV at 10 o'clock, at the dwelling No. 114; Cherry
Street corner of Gay, the entire contents of Parlor,
.aad Hall consisting la part of embroidered hair seat
taahogany chair, divans to match easy chairs mar
btoiiLb mahogany center table card tables due
French clock gilt oval mirror mantle ornaments
haU and astral lamps hat rack ptano a aujierior
4roa sare unatei ijjchu
S A S H V I li li E,
MONDAY MORNING. OCT. 22, 18C0.
ROCK CITY MJLLS.
"Bell" Flour In bags t , in half bags $
Old Hickory do " 4 25; " " 2 15
Eagle do " S 50; " ISO
Mixed Bran, per 1000 ft.?., one dollar.
Corn Meal, per bushel, $1 00.
Delivered to all parts of the city. " sept 21-ly
MOVEMENTS CF TCE UAILE01DS.
Drpartnres of Paasenger Trains.
Na.miviixb k CRATTjisoona t A. M. , 3 P. M.
lanxiawKB A- Alaiuma 5:1 S A. M.. 3:00 P. M.
LonsvnjLa XAxaviLLa 5:00 A. M., 6:50 P. M
" GailatuiExpress 4:30 K M
Edgefield k Kextttcet 6:30.A. M., 12:30 P. M
Arrival of Pa avenger. Trains.
XaSBVTLLB i CHATTaSOOCA 5 P. M., 8 A. 11.
Tessbveec Alabaxa lOJOO A. M. 4:00 P.M.
Locisviuji A NAfHviLtx 3:05 A. M., 2:1 S P. M.
" " Gallatin Express U: 10 A. M.
EnoKnau A Xettccst 8x30 A. M-, Gt46 P.M.
UEI.I, AMI KVEBETT EIECTIOX
We are prepared to furnish tickets for tbe
Presidential Election at One Dollar per thous
and cash in advance.
We trast the friends of the Union will see
that tickets are supplied at each precinct in
all tbe counties. Let it be done early.
When tickets are sent Ly mail the postage
will be 55 cents per thousand.
Tlie Races Sixth Day.
The races over the Nashville course closed
Saturday. The day was very disagreeable
cold and rainy but the attendance was good,
and tbe smiles of the ladies afibrdded saffiicent
sunshine for a much gloomier day.
There were three entries for the first race,
Alceck's br. f. by Albion, Barne's ch t by
Stackpole, and Lewi' ch. f. by Wagner.
First Heat. The three hordes came to tbe
stand, and at the tap of the drum went off
handsomely, Alcock's filly having the inside
tra',v nd Barnes taking the outside, and
leading iS after a few strides. On the back
stretch, however, Darnes ran up alongside,
and the two went together till they reached
the home-stretch, when Alcock came up and
took the lead and won the heat by about two
lengths, Lewis bringing up the rear twice
that distance behind. Time 2:04..
Second Heat. Another good start was
had. Barnes went a little ahead towards the
end of the first half, but Alcock soon closed
th can. leavinz Lewis behind. Alcock and
O X o
Barnes run together up to the stand, the for-
mer, however, threw in an extra lick and won
the heat and tbe race by a mere trifle, Lewis
falling on Uide the fl ig. Time 1;56. Barnes
waa th favorite at tha outset, but few bets
Second Race Four Mile Heats. This
was the most interesting race of the week.
There were three entries, Col. Campbell's
Joe Stoner, Dr. McGavock's St. Patrick, and
Mr. Albert Payne's cb. c. by Capt. Bragg.
Stoner wa9 the favorite by about five to one,
but he came near being literally knocked
out of the race before the start. Ate was
brought out for a gallop around the track
and was blind-folded to prevent a run-away.
But when he came around to the stand he
was beyond the control of his rider, and ran
into the fence, falling and stunning his rider,
Barney Patterson, quite seriously. He was
soon on bia feet again, and being still blind
folded and, without a rider, ran against
the fence a second and third time, falling at
the last strike apparently pretty well knock
up, but he was then captured, and at the
call was brought to the stand looking about
as good a3 new. This repeated "going it
blind" into the fence rather dampened the
ardor of Stoner's friends who feared that he
had been too much stunrfed to make a good
race, and the betting "slacked off" a little.
Ftbst Heat. St. Patrick won the inside
track, Stoner the middle, with Payne's geld
ing on the outside. The latter took the lead,
Stoner following close after, and St. Patrick
a little in the rear. At the opening of the
home-stretch the three were pretty well to
gether, and passed the stand with St. Patrick
a length behind. The latter socn closed the
gap, and his friends began to feel encour
aged. Payne wa,s considered a dead cock in
the pit, it being quite evident that he could
not close the gap between himself and his
fleeter comnetitora. Stoner and St. Patrick
were a little ahead f each other alternate!
for the rest of the heat, but Stoner "spread
himself" towards the close of the last mile,
and won the heat by about two lengths,
Payne being distanced. Time 8:29 j.
Second Hhat. Stoner was still the favor
ite by considerable odds, though the friends
of St. Patrick were not disheartened. Sto
ner led the way ut the start and kept it with
out a prospect of losing it for more than a
mile and half, when St. Patrick lessened the
gap but could not clone it, Stoner continued
to lead, and when tbey struck the fourth mile
SL Patrick was far behind. Stoner came in
tbe winner, tbe other being distanced. Time
We annex a summary of the two races:
Sixth ask Lai-t Par. Association Purse $50; cue
John Alcock enters br f by Albion, dam by
Rues. 3 years old. 1 1
A Barnes enters cb f by Stackpole, dam by
Ambassador, 4 yeais old. 3 3
Cbas Lewis ch f by Wagner, dam by Ambas
sador, 3 years old. 3 dig
Time Lst ileal 2. 04f. 2d Heat
Pa Pay. Citizens' Parse, $1,000, foar mfle heats.
John Campbell enters ch c Joe elouer, by
Wagner, dam by tilencoe.
D T McGavock enters ch h St Patrick, by imp
Shamrock, dam Cornea by Leviathan.
Albert Payne enters ch g by Capt Braf g, dam
by imp Trustee.
Time lst mile 9:09 Time let mile 2:11
21 " 2A. " 2d 25
3d 2:07 " 3d " 2:08i
4th " 2:09V 4U 27
Time lst Heat Time 2d Heat 833
Thk Theatrk. It affords ns much plea
sure to announce that the charming Miss
Bateman has been engaged for another week.
As an actress and a lady she combines all the
elements of popularity, and we trust her ef
forts to entertain the play-goers of Nashville
will be encouraged and rewarded by ;iull
houses throughout the week.
To-night the delightful Comedy of Self will
be repeated, and we promise all who attend
the Theatre a most piaasant entertainment.
The Comedy is an excellent one and it Is
clayed by Mr. and Miss Bateman, and by the
Company generally to the admiration ef all.
Phosoo bapht. Mr. Dolbiar will com
mence a course of less-ons in Phonography
in a few days, and all who desire to learn the
best method of short-hand writing will find
this an excellent opportunity. Applications
may be left at Mr. Cowardlv's on Vine at,
near the Capitol. -
A Usefcl Ixtkxtiox. We invite the at
tention of shop-keepers and others to Mr.' E.
J. Deckrow's advertisement in another col
umn. His Metalic Counter Safe is an inge
nious invention, and will be found cheap.
useful and convenient. It is simply a cast-
iron money-drawer which, after having been
locked by the owner, cannot be meddled with
by any one else without giving the alarm.'
This safe can be attached to the counter ia a
few minutes, and its contents are secure
against the thief. One of them may be seea
at tbe Counting-room of this office. . "
jm we are indebted to Fkanb: Neext,
A rent of the Adams Express Company, for
Louisville, Philadelphia, New Orleans and
New York papers, delivered Saturday la ad-
For the Daily Patriot.
TO , - -
fend back the ring I idly gave : : ..'-''
. , . Why, tell me, wouUfcit thoa longer keep . .
That gift to fan the hopeless name -
Wh'ch should be lulled to endless sleep f ,
Know tht thy love can nevermore
A gladness to my bosom bring,
- And that thy hope for mine U vain -1
Aye doubly VJin. Send back tbe ring t .
If prl i and houor sway thee yet,' ' '
, Why dest thou not at once resiga - '
v Thr emblem of that girlish love . .
Which loug ago ceased to be thine r
1kg love may live I heed It not ;
To me it is a worthless thing
. A Ore that la this heirt can find
No answering flame. Send back the ring t
. I'll not deny thy cunning voice
Could once my silly heart enthral ;
Bat that infatuate boor is passed :
That hour thou canst no more recall,
. Above me now tbe god of love
In vain unfurls his silken wing.
And I can laugh to scorn the shaft , r
Which once I felt. Send back the ring t
Whatever charm thy whispered words
In days lang syne passcssed for me
Hath lost its power, and if one spark
Of love is left, tis not for thee I
. I have not laid that thoa wast false . . -And
sought my artless heart to wring :
I'll not upbraid I only ask
Thit thou wilt send me back the ring I
Oct 18, 1860. : ZULETCA.
The Origin op "Pent-cp Utica.' Every
hody has beard the lines
"No pent-up TJiica contracts our powers,
But the whole boundless continent is ours."
But very few people know the author or in
what poem they occur. The Portsmouth (N.
H.) Journal says tbey were written by one
Jonathan Mitchell Sewell, a Portsmouth poet,
as an epilogue to Addison's play of Cato, on
the occasion of its performance by an ama
teur company in tbat place in 1778. Tbe
whole production was one of decided power.
The spirit of the Revolution entered into ev
ery expression. We give a few lines :
And what now gleams with dawning rays at home
Once blazed in roll-orbed majesty at Rome.
IHd Rome's brave Senite nobly strive t' oppose
Tbe mighty torrent of domestic foes ;
. And boldly arm the virtuous lew, and dare
Tbe desperate perils of nuequal war f
Our Senate, too, the same bold deed baa done.
And for a Cato armed a Washington t
Rise, then, my countrymen, for fight prepare, .
Gird on your swords, and fearless rush to war I
For your grieved country nobly dare to die
And empty all your veins for liberty.
Xo pent-up Utica contracts our pow'ra.
But the whole boundless Continent Is ours t
Utica, a town older than any in the vicini
ty of ancient Carthage, was the place where
Cato died. This fact, with the above ex
tract?, will sufficiently explain one of tbe
most expressive qnotationa in our language
a quotation which has been frequently
made by the most distinguished orators,
Webster among them.
Tea Biggest Fool tet. Ton might offer,
through every newspaper in the Union, a re
ward of fifty thousand dollars for the dis
covery of a single intelligent man who hon
estly believes that Mr. Breckinridge stands
tbe remotes chance to be elected to the Preel
dency, without the slightest danger of having
the reward to pay; and yet the editor of the
Albany Patriot offers, according to an ex
change papers, " to bet $15,000 that Mr.
Breckinridge will be the next President of
the United States." If we had a sum of
money equal to the annual expenditures of
tbe Administration say about $80,000,000,
and we lack only about $79,999,999,90 of
having that amount we would rejoice at an
opportunity to stake tbe entire pile against
a double-handful of peanuts, tbat if the edi
tor of the Albany Patriot makes that bet
(which he could do easily enough if be had
the funds,) he will lose bia money.
Miss Batemah's Watch. Miss Batkman
has not yet found her watch. She prizes it
very highly as a gift from a friend, and is
very anxious to recover it. We are requested
by Mr. Bateman to say that he will pay the
finder, if he will return it, more than It is in
g An exchange gives an account of the
killing of four men in Collinsville, 111-, by
the "sudden explosion of a small portable en
gine." We have long been of the opinion
tbat if these small portable engines could be
so constructed as to explode gradually,
laree number of valuable lives might be
UT The -Black Cbofc," the herald of the
approach of Douglas, still crows in the col
omns of tbe Democrat. He is determined tbat
no one shall forget that the "Little Giant" is
to speak in Nashville on the 26th inst. Let
him come, and speak to his heart's content.
"Who's afeared." - - i :
A vote was taken last Saturday on
the down train of the Tennessee and Ala
bama Railroad by a Breckinridge man
For Bell ...18
For Breckinridge.. 12 -
For Douglas 3
For Lincoln 2
Union Itleet I us at WeltmuIIera next
Col. Thos. C. Martin, of this county, wiil
address the people at Weitmcllers, north of
the Sulphur Spring, to-night, (Monday.)
Let every lover of tbe American Union at
tend. - - - j -
Raidroad Consolidation. The traveling
community aa well as the business . poblic.
will no doubt be pleastd to learn that tbe
Tennessee and Alabama, the Central South
ern and the Tennessee and Alabama Central
Railroad Companies have contoiidaUd the run
ning of the three above mentioned roads from
Nashville. TVnneaaan. t Dntat, Alabama.
Tbe road will be completed early in Novem
ber, when the trains will be run through to
Decatur without any delay or change of can.
The management of the entire line is put un
der one set of officers. Col. W. O'N. Perkins,
tbe Superintendent of the Tennessee and Ala
bama Railroad, has been elected the General
Superintendent ' of this Ctauolidated ' Lint of
roads, Union and American. y ; . j
Ma- Everett. The Savannah Republican
learns from an intimate friend of Mr. Ever
ett, that there is probnbly not the slightest
fonndation for the rumor of his contemplat
ed marriage with a lady of South Carolina!
: Found Dead. A german by the name of
E. Kluger, was found dead, yesterday after
noon, on the opposite side of the river. Cor
oner John f . Alexander empanelled a jury
and held an inquest the verdict was that
Mr. K- came to his death from the effects of
an apoplectic fit.
i Words are but poor fig-leaves to cov
er the nakedness of deeds. , r i. . "
j i'" ii J-
-v Public SpeaJtlnr. : " :
. Col A M Looney and Gen G W Gordon win address
their fellow -eitteena at
Clifton, -Wayne county
Monday, ' Oct . 23
Tuesday, " 23
Wednesday, " 24
Tuesday, j " . 80
Wednesday, - 31
Thursday. Nov. 1
Friday, i i
Ashland, . -Linden,
Beards town. "
Beaver Darn, Hickman
Centreville, ' .
Tark'gt n's Min
Shady Grove, f
'. Notice to BcnjKRS Proposals will 1m
received at the office of the undersigned for
tbe construction of a frame Church oa the
Marfreesboro Pike, 6 miles from this city.
Plant, specifications and bill quantities, will
be open for examination, from this date, from
8 to 12 o'clock each day.
JAMES KIDDELL, Architect,
I'Bblic ipcaltli g.
Thomas W. Beaumont, E-q , will fiJ.ln
the peopl of Humphreys ami Benlon Coun
ties, at the following times and plsces : . "
At J H Macidoo's, Uurricase Creek, i n
.... do -Gib
... . d 27ih
.... do 41
.... do 3d
At Waverly ,Tu-6Uy .................
Ltemc-r's Mi-p . . .
" Wagoner's Store ..
" Hill's Store. BufTilo
" Ropers', Tattbling Creek
, , BENTON.
At Chaseville, Thursday
aindeu, Friday ..
Grand Bally of the I nloii Clubs of
theOtli, Tin and 8th Wards.
There will be a grand rally of the Union
Clnb3 of the 6th, 7th and 8th Wards, at the
stand oa Cherry ftreet. 6th Ward, on Thurs
day night, the 25th insL
The other Clubs oi the city auu cuuuiy,
iha trnrifiiw TTiiinn Military ComDauios and
citizens generally, includiug tbe ladies, are
cordially invited to attend.
frovernor mokehkad, oi ri.y., oi.juuua
Stokes, of Ltbanon, and others, have been
invited to be present to address the meeting.
Uct. 20, 1800- ..
Thomas W. Beaumont, Esq., will address
the people of Humphreys and Bc-ntou Coun
ties, at the following times and places
At J H Macadoo's, Hurricane Creek, on Mon
day W i
At Waverlv. Tuesday do 21
At Turkey Point, Thursday do2otu
at Wammer's Store, on ttur tsottom. triaay.. uo otui
At Hill's Store, on Buffalo, Saturday ..
At James Kodgers', on Tumbling Creek, Mon
day At Latimer's Shop, Tuesday
At Martin's Ford, on Bullalo, Wednesday....
do 30 th
At Chaseville, Thursday
At CamUeu, FrMay - .
At Chapultapec, Saturday
. do 2d
Messrs. Harries and Peyton.
The following list of appointments has
beeu agreed upon by the Hon. Bailey Peytox
and Hon. Laxdox C. Hatxes, candidates for
Elector lor tbe State at large, at which times
and places they will be pleased to meet and
address tbe people. It will be seen that a
numlier of counties have been ommitted. This
was unavoidable, owing to tbe want of tune
Rogersville, Hawkins county, Friday, .. 19
KuuHport, Sullivan county Saturday, . . 20
Biountville, do do Monday. .. 22
Jonesboru', Washington county... .Tuesday, .. 23
Greenville. Greene county Wedn'day,.. 24
Newport, Cooke county luursaay, ..
Daadridee, JeUerson county, Friday, .. 26
Knozville, Knox county Saturday, .. 27
Maysviile, Blount county Monday, .. 29
Madisonviile, Monroe county Tuesday, .. 30
Athens. McMinn county Wedn'day ,. . 31
Cleveland, Bradley county Thursday, Nov. 1
Chattanooga, Hamilton county Friday, .. 2
IHessrs. Taylor, Whitthorne, and3
The following list of appointments has been agreed
upon for Messrs. Taylor, Whitthorne, and Watterson,
candidates lor fciccvor tor me c-uiie ut large, ai. uku
times and places they will be pleased to meet and
address the people. It will be seen that a number ol
counties have been omitted. This was unavoidable
owing to the want of time:
Nashville, Davidson county, Friday, Oct 19.
Franklin, Williamsoa county, Monday, Oct. 22.
Murfreesboro, Rutherford county, Tuesday, Oct. 23.
Gallatin, .Sumner county, Thursday, Oct. 25.
Lafayette, Macon county, Friday, Uct. 26.
Carthago, Smith county, Saturday, Oct. 27.
Smithville, DeKaib county, Monday, Oct. 29.
' t i 1 T 1.,nom rnnttr TmaiiIuv 9il
Sparty, White county, Wednesday, Oct. 31.
McMjiinvule, warren couniy, ruursuay, aov. X
Manchester, Coffee county, Friday, Nov. 2.
George Babkr and D. C. Douglass, of Sum
ner County, will address the people on tbe
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvass,
at the following times and places :
Cookeville Friday October 19th
Monroe .Saturday... do 20th
East Port .Monday .... do 22d
Jamestown Tuesday.... do 23d
A division of time will be granted to an
advocate of eithet Douglas or Breckinr idge
Col. Li. II. Cardwell.
Col. L. H. Cardwell, Elector for the
Fourth District for the regular Democratic
National nominees, Douglas and Johnson,
for the Presidency, will speak at the follow
ing times and places:
Mary Taylor's, "
Chestnut Mound, "
Ballew's, Smith co ,
Dixon's Spring, "
Lafayette, Macon co.,
Friday . "
Mondav, . u
Hon. Robert Hatton and Jo. C. Stark,
Esq., will address the people upon the issues
in the pending canvass at the following times
and places :
Tullaboma, CotToe co. Friday. Oct. 19tb
Franklin, Williamson co. Monday, Oct. 22nd.
Triune, Williamson co. Tuesday, Oct. 23rd,
Brentwood, " Wednesday, Oct. 24th
Beach Camp Ground, Sumner co. Thursday.
Mitcbellsville, Sumner co. Friday, Oct. 26th.
Gallatin, Sumner co., October 27.
: Russell Houston, Eq-, and John F.
House, Esq., will address the people on the
issues in tbe pending canvass, at the follow
ing times and places:
Pulaski, Saturday, 20th."
Brownsville, Tuesday, " 23rd.
Summerville, Wednesday. " 24ih.
Bolivar, Thursday, " 25th.
Cleveland. Saturday, 27th.
Benton, Monday, ' " 29th.
Athens, Tuesday. 1 " 30tb.
Madisonviile, Wednesday, " . 31t.
Nashville, Sept. 15, I860,
The Committee appointed by tbe State Bu,
reau of the Seventh Annual State Fair of
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewiog Machine, Cud on ex
hibition the following machin-.-s in compel!
tion : the L M. Singer, "jejiii & Wilson, A
B. Howe, aud the jr-ver & Baker. . The first
three named, although differing in construe
lion and capacity, still so far as tbe stitch is
concerned, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing what is called and known as tbe shuttle
stitch, each using a Ehuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, upon which all the lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re-
spooled. The Shuttle Machine may be used
upon some classes of family sewing with a
degree of satisfaction, but we conceive from
their construction, operation and stitch, their
principal adaptation -is to tbe purposes of
manufacture. The points we conceive most
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of requirements in a machine for fami
ly sewing, we find more fully combined in
ttte Grover & Baker extent of capacity
simplicity of construction, ease of manage
ment, advantage of using thread from two
spools without rewinding; strength of work,
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch,
and quietness of movement. We therefore
make award to tbe Grover Baker.
" JOHN HERIGES, Chairman. '
I J.W. WILSON,
I - CH. WHITE, V J
1 JAS. A WOODS.
- I hereby cetify that that the above ia"
true copy of the original decision and award
of the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair for 1860. . ; t ,
i ' L. P. WILLIAMS,
1 " - Eec'y. State Agricultural Bureau.
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
& Baker- Family Sewing Machines No 46
Public Square, Nashville, TenneBaee. "
: - R. H. BROCKWAY, '
Proprietor and owner of the Grover & Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee.
- S . - j
!-"''v" ' ,' St. Louis, Mon 25, 18C0.'"
; At tbe National Fair this day, the first
and highest premium was " awarded to
the Grover t Baker Sewing Machine, over
the Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, and eight
others la competition. ; tf
For Kent or JLease; ""; '
I HAVE a good BrkA Dwelling, with four rooms , ,
and twenty acres of excellent land and pien f
ty ef good water. I will rent or tease it from 1
one to tve years. Situated on the Nolensvule Turn
pike adjoining the corporation line.
. From Washington. ;-.... '. .
New Youk. Oct. 20. The Wa!liin;t.n cor-
rwpoonVnt of lhr; Timi-s reiy tlit tb Nic:t-
rnj;iMii Mini.lt:r noiiSt! . the Statu Dcpar!-
ineiil thai h plot -xisls in IheSoulU'-rn Watea
t in vMile Cutrnl America for ths pnrprw
of extending J-iavery uudor the auspices of
powe rful combination, whereof Gen. Walker
was simply an agent. -; '
Washington, Oct. 20. Pa z has been re
ceive as Minister from Venezuela. .
," From Havana,,
New 'Orleans. Oct. 20. The steamer Ca-
hawba has arrived with Havana dates of Ihc
17th. . Tbe etcamera Bienville and Empire
City sailed for New York on the 17th. The
health of Havana was fully restored. Sugar
quiet 81a8 reals; stock 130.000 boxes. Mo-
iaaies active, clayed 3Jad. rreigtus inac
tive. Sterling exchange 1414. - New York
sight 2a4. Tbe total revenue for the island
for eight months was upwards of thirteen
Philadelphia. Oct. 20. Scofield's woolen
factory on Willow street, is burned. Loss
Boston. Oct, 20. Tha three parties oppo
sing the Republicans in the fourth and fifth
districts of Massachusetts have fused, uniting
on Bigelow and Appleton for Congress,
against Rice and Burlingame.
Departure. ;-""- "l'
Baron Renfrew left ior Portland this mor
Quebec. Oct. 20. The North Briton sailed
to-day for Liverpool.
New York. Oct. 20. Tbe steamers Van-
derbilt and City of Baltimore failed to-jay
for-Liverpool, the former taking 831,000
specie, aud tha latter noon.
Tbe Cily of Manchester has arrived: her
dates are anticipated.
Louisville, Oct. 20. The river is fall
ing, with 5 feet 3 inches water In tbe Canal.
New Orleans, Oct. 20. Rochester and
Calender from Boston. . ;.
Markets by Xelerapn.
New Orleans, Oct. 20. Cotton sales to
day 8,000 bales; prices stiffcr but quotations
are unchanged, juoiasses Mess porg
very dull, 18,00. Lard in bbls 141. Freights
on cotton to Liverpool 19-16.
Cincinnati, Oct. 20. Floor very dull, 4
85a4 90: Whisky 17; Oats steady. 30; Corn
40a43; Mess Pork, sales 600 bbls 17 87 J.
New York, Oet. 20. Cotton firmer but
in less deniaud, aud Bales to day 400Q bales;
middling upland lHall; Flour dull, de
clined 5 cents; sales 18.000 bbls. 5 35a5 40;
Wheat declined 1 cent; Mess Pork dull;
Sales 450 bbls. 19 25al9 37$; Lard dull,
sales 258 bbls. 12Jal3.
50,OOO Copies already sold.
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Of the Philadelphia Bar.
It Tells You How to draw up Partnership Papers
and gives general forms for Anre-
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YOU How to draw up Bmdx anil Mortgages,
Affidavits, Powers of Attorney, A'otes
and Bills of Exchange, Receipts and
aewasa. . ... -
with the Statutes of Limitation, and
amount and kind of property Ex-
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ItTellsJ TOO. iio i" make an Assignment iroper
ly, with forms for Composition with
Creditors, and the Insolvent Laws ef
It Tills YOU The legal relations existing between
Guardian and Ward, Master and
' Apprentice, aud Landlord and Ten
It Tells YOU What constitutes Libel and Slander,
and the Law as to Marriage Vomer,
the Wife's Right in Property, Di
vorce ana Alimony.
It Tells: YOU Tt'e t for Mechanics' Liens in every
State, and the naturalization Lams
or this country, and now to comply
with tbe same.
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to obtain cne, and the Pre-Emptiun
Laws to Public Lands.
It TellsJ YOU The Law for i'atentt, with mode of
procedure in obtaining one, with In
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Administer on an Estate, with tlie
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how to do your business legally,
thus saving a vast amount of prop
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Its timely consultation.
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and Everybody in Beery Slate, on receipt of $1,00 or in
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ments to all sucn are very noerai.
por single copies of the Book, or for terras to agents,
with other information, apply to or address
. , JOHN P IIB, Publisher,
No. 617 Simom.sL, Philadelphia, Pal
"The Mill of the God's 0 rinds Slowly."
F. HAG AN
HAS received simoullaneously with its issue in Xew
York, MARION HARLAKD'S XEW BOOK,
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side,
The scene of the story of Xemetis is laid ia the
South. The time, the beginning of the present centu
ry. The customs and events of those days are traced
with fidelity and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
with the narrative, that the reader is not wearied by
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as famiiiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their inmates differ little from the
men and women with whom he associates doily. ' The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshing. In
no other work from the authors pen can there be found
greater variety of incident, more artistic deteneation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
discription, and certainly no other contains a plot to
strUHng in conception and so ably managed.
The reader cannot but remark how Irresistably yet
naturally he is borne along by the tide of events.
There is no need after he is once in the current to ex
plain the ominous tittle that frowns at the top of the
page. Before the Nemesis is unvailed the reader feels
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that
there are hidden springs and secret wires under the
feet ana in tlie homes or the unsuspecting objects of
her vengence and the pertinent motto of the authorers
fully proves that retribution though somtimes slow is
always sure. . ' ..'
Also a fresh supply of the ' ,
HIDDEN PATH. ;
The following notice of this work is fromjthe r oner
ous pen of AXX OOKA RITCHIE, and pays a just trib
ute to the most successful female writer Virginia has
produced: W'MCULLEX BRYANT. i
Let this noble production lie upon tha table, and j
enliven the hearth of every true Southerner., Foster
this gifted daughter of the South with the expanding
sunshine of appreciation and refreshing dews of praise
Stimulated undeveloped genius, to walk in her steps
emulated her achievements, show her honors, and the
cry that the South has no literature, is silenced fere-' :
ever. i ' 1 . r-. - 4
And a large supply of above, aad H0SS SIDE. -
A fresh supply of RLTLEDGE.
: I had rather written RCTLEDGE , than MILL O
THE TVOSiAuthorqfBeulah. r, ', . , j
HARPER and GODEY, for September, just received
by ' :-. F. HAGAX," r:
Ang2I-tf 1 - Xo. 41 College Street.
TIIE BARNES HOUSE, -
J. T. Barnes & Co., Proprietors.
IN. 43, Union Street, ; .
FURNISHES Meals at all hours, day and sight, and
has extensive arrangements for regular supply ol
Came of every description, Fish, Oysters, the very best
Wuies, and every other article of luxury which can
possibly be obtained in Nashville. - The house Is pro
vided with the best of Cooks, and the beet apparatus
for cooking. Eating Hall fitted up in handsome, cora
fbrtable style. v .- aep3-4f
- Imich oa the Parables ef our Lord. . Price $1 75.
' A Plain Coaaneatary oa the Gospels, 7 vols Engiisb
J6 00. - - , -
A Plain Commentary on tha Gospels, 2 volt Ameri
can, S4 00.
Bishop Browneir Corouitaitary . of the Comma
Prayer Book, $2 ii. U.v j
, The Imitation of Christ by Thomas A Kempw, 75.. '
; Double Witness of the Church, Doctor Kip, 75. ,
; For sale by .y. J0U2 YORK CO.
The New York Doily Herald received every day by
ectS-tf JOHN YORK ACO.
Tlie New York Herald.
Received daily by " iOWX YORK ft CO.
Daict Patpjot Office,
; Nasbviile, October 22, I8G0
W)TfoN-lX'inril liai'W-d, and receipts
lifdit. We quoic Middling at 9J9J; Gotid
Middling 9J10j V lb.
FLOUR We quote:
-Superfine in barrels ?5 7536 25
Extra, " 'V 0 50(6 75
in sacks, 3 253 50
WHEAT This article is fcarce, and will
soil reivlily at $1 401 6i per busliel.
BACON Shoulders 10, clear sides 13
14; hams 13llCc per lb.
CORN. White 85 per bushelj mixed 80c.
OATS. 60c per butheL ;
LARD Supply limited. Sales at 13 lu
15c er lb. according to package.
MEAL Is selling at 80o. bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40o. "ft lb.
GINSENG 40 45c. lb.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
J10 5.; prime to choice 10,10c; ia !
barrels lc, advance ou these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10JllJc. lb.,
erushed and powdered 11 J 12c; Loal 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c gat; .halt barrels 45
43c; .Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels .75c.: half barrels 80c.; and kegs
(ten gais.) 85c. ' " "
COFFEE. Rio 16J17c.;.Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50ol ; Gunpowder 50
75c; Young Hyson 40C0 ; Black 60
SA.LT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 C0$1 75 ; and Barrel at
40c. B bushel.
COTTON YARNS The following are tbe
agents' quotations for Cotten Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. gk doz.; 6 50, 10c; 500, lie,
and 400. 12c
WHISKYA-Rectified i3 held at 2 l24c
fd gallon, and country at 50(275c. 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 $3a3 25 per box; W. R
$2 50a2 75.
. SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN $1.50 perewt.
' HAY $2627 per ton.
RYE $1 151 25 per bushel.
BARLEY $1 25 per bushel.
DRIED FRUIT Apples 4050 per bush
el; Peaches $1 151 25 per bushel unpeel
ed; $2 00 per bushel for peeled.
Sit. Louie Market.
Si. Locis, Oct. IS P. M.
FLOUP othinc t'anppired in round lots. Sales
in tle small wav of 150 sks City Siiperflno nt 51 67V;
44 brls Country Superflue at S4 80; 52 brls low grade
at S4 50, and 160 brls Country at S3 10.
WHf AT Market heavy and l2o bushel lower.
Sales of 160 sks spring at 97c, 5S4 tks Club at 98(u!90c;
836 sks do at $1; 200 Rk3 do at$l 01; 215 sks do at SI
UvS; 13 Sks do, mciuu:ng seumiess gks.at tl 11; till
sks common and fair Fall at $1 07fl 11; and 20 obis
and 832 sks good and prime at f 1 1231 15.
BUCKWHEAT Sale of 36 sks new at 60c bushel.
CORS M irket Eteady for Mixed aud Yellow, and
better for While, with sales of 60 saks New M 40c;
167 sksMixd at 44,c; 2 )5 sks Yellow at 4oc; h'Zi sks
Mixed While at 4Sc, delivered; 65 sks do at 50c. 200
sks White at 51c, and 700 Eks Prime do at 56-, doiiv-
OATS Sales f 350 sks at 20c; 648 fks in lots at
31c; 194 and 875 sks at31ac; 612 sks in lots at 32c;
and a lot ofcnoice black at a pr.ee giving no indica
tion of the state of the market. .
BARLEY Sales of 00 ?ks spring at 70c; 48 sks do
at 75c, sks re tamed; 50 sks poor rail at Vbo, and 490
sacks poor ppring pi.
RYE A small lot was taken at 50c, including sks.
PROVISIONS A very fair business is doing in Ba
con .but the lots are all very small. Prices are steady.
Mesa Pork sells also in small lots at $13 50.
Savaxsah, Cct. 18.
Sales of Cotton to-day 1,460 ba'es. Sales of the
week 7 ,500 bales. The market closed buoyant, with
prices advaucing. Good Middliug to M ddliiig Fair
ll(S)ll.va cent-. Receipts of tlie week 13.000 baJes,
agaiust 15,000 bales at the same time last week. De
crease in receipts at tbis port 10,500 bales ; decrease at
all ports 64,175 bales, i&ock in Savannah 33,500
Charljotox, Oct. 18.
Sales of cotton to day 1,600 bales. Sales of the
week 16,400 bales, with au advance of ..ccnt.
Good Middling cents. Receipts of thu week 12,
. Mobile, Oct. 18.
Sales of cotton to-day 8,80) bales. Middling 10?-
11 io Janeiro
Co flee Market.
Nbw Orleaxs, Oct. 18.
Tlio bark Trieste, with Rio Janicro dates to tbe
26th September, has arrived. Circulars and h tiers
report the Colfoe market nt Rio flnu, with sales lor
the previous week of 56,000 bags. Sterling Fxchange
was quoted at 2(i(S-ti premium.
OUR Fur Department is now opened for the inspec
tion of the ladies, where may be found the LirgeBt
and best selected stock of ladies Furs ever brought to
this city. . - A J FRAXCL-CO.
octl7 Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public .Siiiare.
Our Molesliiii Hat.
HIS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
up for the Fail, aud Winter wear is far superior to
any yet offered. ' A. J. FRANCT-SCO,
oct!7 --. - Xo. 23 Public Square.
Fall and Winter Styles of Soft
- r Hat. - - ' '
tTTE would call especial attention to our large im
VV portation of French Black and Brown and Xapt
Otter Hats, bo popular in the South for Fall and Winter
wear. - - A J FRANCISCO, -
ocll7 ' " Hatter and Furrier, Xo 23 Public Square.
Children's If an cf Hats and
SOME Xew and Beautiful styles, which we are now
offering (all Parisian designs), to which we invite
the attention of parents. - A J RANCICO,
Xo 23 Public Square.
M. A. PARRISH & CO.,
, . Produce, Commission
Fronting- on College and Market ata.
; SontU of Broad, ' "
. XVasliVllle, 'Tcnncsssce.
... -. - ' HAY. ' '-' '"
600 bales prime Timothy just received and S-rBale
VoWby . . y -MA PARRhSlI A CO.
BALED OATL) "
W hales prune Sheaf $
- . . CORXj
4000 bushels SheBed Corn; . . " 1
1000 " Ear "
Just received aud for sale by
M A PARRISH CO.
too hairs Xo t Rye, jost received and fur sale cheap
CECEnED.CORX. ' '
! 100 bajfS Crushed Corn Just received "and for solo by
' -tWDg3tuai MA PARiU-H k CO.
' " " CORN MEAL, -
850 bage (me Cora Meal; . - .
100 Bolted .. -
Jast received and for sale by MAPARRI5H CO.
i r". - WHITE AND BLACK OATS.
1000 bttshete White Oatt. . - ,. .. , '
800 " Black "
ost received and for sate by M A PARTJSH k CO.
- - - XESHAXXOCK IXTlATOtS. ;
200 barrcto Norlhera Potatoes, Just received and for
M A PAIlIUslI A CO.
, WHEAT DRAX.
' 200 baa Wheat Bran, Just received and for sale by
i . , . .. ... ' Tm A PRRi3300. -
Most of tbe abova articles are on eongignment, as
well as many others not mentioned in the above list,
alt of which will be sold cheap in order to close con
sign menu aa cpeedlly aa possible. Those wishing
goods in our line would do well to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
flT.laAM) WANTED IV
8 lata M l85, 04 iSV IS2C rg ,33g & M ISS9 f.
pi pfefi?i' mm ?m smM
3? i .El
AXD WHOLESAIi DKALERS IX - " - - .
FO REIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS.
Old'Bcurboa, OldlBve- Konor-ffaliela. Lnsli.aiid Scoth Wliitky, Cognac, French. Sherry,
j an. Apple Brandies; Pert, 2Iader:a. Malaga, Chanit sgne and Catawba "Wiuei
f Scotcluaud HollanaiGui. and ail other una grade ol Liquors that can be
H(,ISr; PTxhk. 1 Ror-I CE. Ac. TAKEN IX lit IlA.:i: YOR ANY t'F OI R COOPS, or we w ifl exrliange for
WilJTor Improvni L;ii!, at Ca.-h l'rie.. whrre'ihe tisl'-s are perfect. Our terms will be to sell the owner
rt a pieee of lund a bill of LhrKT. Cigars. Tobact. Ac. i-r F:ieb au ssi.rtnit-rjt as be may select, at our krvett
Ca-sli l'rici-s, aiid fcike our liv m oiie-lhird ca--h. and lo tli;rU in L.-aiil. ' -
Parties exehamritur IjhmI l"r Liquors. &e., ean luive the U-tal Mmxint of the bill all at one time, or they caa
cke tbe trade with us, and ortier tne eii m Iarce r iuili quantitK-s. snd omy pay the uie-thml cash pay
uient on each order up to JiUiuary, 161, T we w iil s-lial low ligun lor a tuiail proportion, tah. aud give loug
credit on the balance. We guruntee oui- stock to be :tf
THE Board or Directors or tbe NashviHe and Chatta
nooga Kailroatl Company have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend ot' three per cent, payable on and
aller the 15U inst., at tlie oilice of tbe Treasurer m
Xasliville. W. X. CLEAVES,
oclS-lin Secretary i: treasurer.
1 1 1 11 E subscribers having sold out t neir siotfc. oi vioi
1 to Mr. A. Jenkins, of this ciiy, feel pleasure in
.--'..,... inir him to their former customers, aud be
speak tor him a continuance oi' the patrouase so liber
allv bestowed on them, knowing that his business ha-
biis and thorough knowledge ot tue wanus oi me com
munity will enable him to give entire satisfaction to
our former friends aud customers.
"M KT It O PO L.1T A X "
coaxxx CXDAR aXD cuehrt streets, .
J. MtOlv;, frovrlctor.
I HAVE made extensive arrangements for the receiv
ngof all the delecacies of tbe coming season, of
Fish, Flesh and Fowl; our Oysters will be from the
most celebrated beds. Pickels and condiments from
the celebrated establishments of Cross & Black well and
Lea A Pcrrin, with a large and well selected stock of
Excellent COOKS and atteuttve Waiters, the whole
under the suprrintendancc of that well known Epicure,
Mr. CHARLES PICLKS.
Ou and alter the 15th of September wo will lie pre
pared to wait upon our customer.-i, DAY AND XI(;HT.
Railway travelers will And tbis arrangement to their
tiy REMEMBER 1HE METROPOLITAN?. SH2
UN ION RESTAURANT
A. fc A. JOKAUIV
Union St., opposite State Bank
TAKE pleasure in n:lorm:ng the public that they
have recently lltted up a li.ie
Eatiug nuti D
as alovc. Tliev will keen constantly on lian-1 a good
supply of GAME, oYTrRi, llH, Ac.,, Ac They so
licit a shraeof patronage, iiood cooks an! attentive
H. K. FOVLER & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry street,!
rTATING always on hand a fine variety of Poupe,
11 Fresh Fish, Porter Aouso LUeks, Meats ot al! kind
and variety. AL-5o,every variety of v-get;ililes on h-uul
ready and "served to order in tue best of siyl. would
respectfully invite the attention of their h lends aud
the public to give theui a call.
J. K. FOWLER & CO.
Xo. 63 Cherry St.. one door from Adam's Fjcprr-ss of
fice, in Colouade Buildings. juuA.-22-tl
FA la la AND W1NTJCU STOCK
AND FUiKISHING GOODS.
XO. 7 CEDAR STREET,
Vk tlie pul
!' aud an
Having arrived home from the Fast, I
ave w uiioiui niy iuMuu ta iu -j-
n.mlU- li11l 1 i'iu n.ivil
am receiving a Urge and h;ui'lsoiueiii-
uiit fc, n , - il,
Which I am prepared to uiiike up iu the must athion
able styles, and at tlie shortest uolice.
touts' Furnishing Goods of all kinds kept oo'itaant
ly on hand. sept'JO-lm ;
I MslieriflPa Sale.
BY virtue of three fl. fa's. No's 203S, 2542. 2549. tl
me directed and delivered from tbe lioioralib
fliaucery Court ol Davidson County, Tennessee, at iis
May Term, 1S60, 1 will expose to public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the Court-Houso Yard, iu
the City of Nashville, ou Monday, the 5ili day of No
vember 1800, all the right, title, claim, iutereniuud es
tate, which Jas L Powell then had, or may have since
acquired in and to th following described proierly,
to wit: Two tracts of land lying on the North side of
Cumberland River, Davidson County, Teuuessee, one
of said traels containing 149 acre, tha other con
taiuing 100 acres, aud being the aame on which Mrs.
Sarah Powell Bow resides aud in which she has a lile
time interest and estate. The interest here levied up
on being the same which James L Powell is entitled to
by descent lrom his deceased brother John Powell,
being levied on as the proierty ot Janics L Powell,
and. to satisfy judgments rendered in favor of James
Schooemakcr, J C fillimon A Son, and X Uazm, against
James L Powell and Hiram J Wells.
J. K. EDMTXDSOX,
' sepl22-td bheriu"
Life Pills and Pbceuix Bitters.
THFSE Medicines have now been before the public
for a period of THIRTY YEARS, and dunug
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every par of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate lower of restoring perfect health to par
sons sutlenng under nearly every kind of disease to
which the humau frame is liable. .
Tlie following are among the distressing variety or
human diseases in which the
Vegetable Life Jlediciues
ar known to be infallible: .
TiYSPEPSIA. by thoroughly cleaning the first and
Beiond stmnaciis, aud creating a flow of pure, h-altny
bHetaitead oT the stale and acrid kind ; FLATU
TVWPY Los of An-tmi, EaEnrtx, IIkahmmk,
K5Uesn'ess, 111 Temper, Anxiety, Ingonr and Melau
cholv which are the genera! symtoms ot Dyspepsia,
will Vanish, as a natural conseiuenc of its cure.
rfiSTTVENESS, ly cleaning the whole length i
die iuteaiiues with a solvent pn--s, and without
violence ; all violent purges leave tbe bowels costive
within two days. '
TPVERS of H Mote, by restoring tlie blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiraln.n
in such cases, and the thorough solution of all intesti
nal obstructions in others. '
The Life Melk-ines have bn known to cure RHEU
MATISM pernianently in three we-ks, and GOUT
hofi ilial lime, by removing local iutlaiiialion lioiu the
muwles and lieameuts of the Joints.
DROPSIES of aU kinds, by treeing aid strength
enutino kiducvs aud bladder; they operate most de
Uirfitfully on these Important organs, and hei.ee have
ever been round a certain remedy lor the worst cases
''aSS'ORMS, y dtelodging Trom the turnings of
tlie boweia the siiiuy matter to which these creatures
adhere. ' '
SCURVY. ULCERS ft INVETERATE SORES.
by the perloct pui iiy which these Liiu AleUidnea nave
to the blood, and all th bumora.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions
by their alterative edect upon the Cuids that feed the
skin, and the mordid flate of which occasions ail
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloud , and other dis
The use of these Pills for a verv- short time will ef
fect an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, a4 striking
impprovemot in the clearness ot tun skin. COM
HON COLDS aad LNf LUESZA " always he
cur-d bv oue dose, or two in the wort.
; FILES The original pr"irletor of these Modiclnes
was cured" of Pdes 34 years standmg by tho use of
the Life Medicines alone. -
FEVER AND AGUE. For this scnmve of the
West-MU country , Ibeae ii.-dicines will be fmud a Safe,
speedy and certain remedy.. Other medicate leave
the system subject to a return of the disease a cure
by tliewe Medicines is perioaueut Try Uieui, bsatis
Ued and be cured.
BILIOUS FEVERS AND LIVER , C0M--
PLAlNTS. General Debiluy, Loss fl AiJi-etile, ana
Dioeases ot Females he Medicines have been used
with the mo beneliciul results In cases of this de-
.n,....n. U'in-s Kvil anil Scrofula, iu IIS Wrtt
. K TT . y.-. . - :: . -,,1 I.Utl.HN.l
remarkable Medicines. X icht Sweats, Nervous Debi! f-
tv, Nervous Complaints of all kinds, Palpitation of me i
Heart. Painters' Uiic art" iipelily cured. ' C
StilulHUia have become impaired by the mjunKKH.H
use of Mercury, will Hud Ui.-e Medicines a r-rft
cure.as tbey never fail to enxllcato from .'r't;"
aU the elfccu of Mercury, iutlniu-ly siKmer than the
roootpuwertulpreparaUMia of tSarsar .a.
a ri."-rf --i rtroadwav, Nrw Y"f!C.- -'
FOB SALS BT AU VRVGGi STS. - -
f ff BARRELS Fine Salt Just received and al
lUUunder the market by litSS V SlliaAaj A CO.
giu ar can be toi;nl in toe n eoiern anintry .
i.-. ii. rr laj'.i t c.,
NO- 17 MAKKKT STKliT, tT. LOCIS, VU-SSurRI.
An aperient and itomachie preparation af
TRQ3 purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com.,
bastion in Hydrogen, of high medical author,
ity aad extraordinary efficacy in each of the
following comrjlainta, viz. :
DEBILITY, NEHVOTTS AFFECTIONS. KM
CTATI0N, DYSPEPSIA, DIARRHEA, C0NSTI
P&.TI0N. SCROFULA, SALT RHETJSt, SCURVY,
JAUNDICE. LIVER COMPLAINTS RHEUMA
TISM. MERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER
MITTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA, CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE TtfEAKNESS. MIS
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, ROUGHNESS OF
THE SZLN, etJ.
The IRON being absorbed by the blood, axd
thus circulating through the whole system, ne
part cf the body can escape their truly wonder,
The experience of thousands daily prove that
no preparation of Ircn can for a moment be
coianareil with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all eases of
female debility (fluor albus, chlorosis, etc), its
effects are delightfully renovating. No remedy
haa ever been discove.ed, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and fully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
pleto digestion, rapid acquisition of strength
witu an unusual disposition for active ana
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Prtt itp In neat flat metal boxea contain.
SO plll. price SO cents per toox t alx to,
$ A &o? one doxen boxes. S4- OO. Cor sale by
Oroirut generally. Will be aent Cree jr
any adilrru on recrlpt oC tbe price. All le
ter. or-Jera, ttc-, alvooJil be addrceacd t
H. B. XiOCKE & CO.,v
33l BHOAUWAV, Bf V
!V. ii. Ttie above U at tae-slmtte
label on each box.
DR. J. H.V. McLEAN'S
S(reitg(uenin5 Cordial and
The Greatest Remedy inBthe World, and tha
most delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
v it is smelly a scl
ent itio and Vege
J hstiilation ol K.Us I
4.S Herbs and I'-uk, ,
Yellow riw-k, lllood
lltxil, i!ak Root,
Su'Siitiurilla, Vt lid
Cb'-rry Italic aud
Iiundeiion elit rs iu
to its uoniositin. -The
of eucji ingredient
is tlioroiiKhiy ex
traetet bv my new
? iu-th(xl of distilling,
producibg a dell-
iu tdltl libelous.
exIiiieratinglllCr taklll,' .
ppirit, and tho moBt Infallible remedy for rcnovatiug
the diseased ?yu-in, and r t iruig tiin sick . suffering
and debiliUU-J Invalid to Health and Striigth.
mix EFFFXTX'ALLY CURE
Liver Complaint, liyapepsla Jsntt
Chronic or Nervous IK-bilily, Dis-as-s of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, I)--;K-iisia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of tho Stomach, Fullness of Ukxid to the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in tlie Head, Palpitation
of tho Heart, Fullness or Weight iu the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or sulliicatiug fe liiig wlu n lying
down, Drvnce or Yellowness f the Skin and Eyes,
Night Sweats, Inward Fevers, I'ain Iu the small of the
tfcu-k. Chest or bide, sudden HufU ot Heat, Iepressit
of spirits, Friglitful Dreams, Languor, Despoodeuey.or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Hloiches on the skin, and
Fever aud Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Orer a Million of Bottles
Have been sold during the last six mouths, and In no
instance has it Tailed in giving entire satis taction. Who
then, will suirer from Weiiku'-ss or Debility when Afc
Lran t Stren pieninrf Cordial will cure youf
No language can convey an adequate Idea of the im
mediate and almost miraculous change produced by
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
shattered nervous system, whether broken down by
excess, weak bv nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed -and ensuring organisation is restored to lta
presline health and vigor.
or others conscious of Inability, txim whatever cauM,
will tlud McLnau's Streuglhi-niug Cordial a thoroogk
regenerator of the system, aud all who may have ta
jured Uiemseives by improper indulgence, will ttud Sa
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy.
' lrr TTTt T ITTT .
- iIr Leau'a KtreuztUenlns Cordial
I Is a sovereign and speedy cur for .
IDCipicni Lvniampunn, w xw.cvf
ObstrucU'dor Difllcult Menstruation, Incontinence ot
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, Giduinoas, Fainting and all Diseases incident to
Titer IV no iriutake Abouttlt.
Sufl'-r no Viager. Take it according to directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate yoa and causa
the bloom of health to mount your check again. Every
bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Mo
Leau's Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it aud yoa will be convinced.
It la Delicious to Take.
jAUCTlOX. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
u y to palm upon yoa some liitter, or SarsapariUi
trasn, wuicu vuej can ouy circap, j j r
as good. Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean's Strength
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is the only
remedy that will puruy the BJood thoroughly, and at
the same time strengthen tne system.
" One tabiuspoom'ui taken every morning fasting, is a
certain iweventive for Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It Is put up la
large bottle. .
IrlCC only W per ikhuo, ,
J. H. McLEAX.
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean's Vol
. cauicoil liniment. .
- Princu-al lk-i-ot on the corner of Third and Ptoe U-,
ikJdbW.W.EEPJlY k DFAIOYTLIX, XashvUle,
and all r-sjectable Druggists everywhere. . -maylO-dinsawly
EYE & JD-I?
DR CNI'raWOOD, of Chicago, Illinois, thecuiineet
and skiUl'ul oierator on lite Kyu and Ear, w hose
reputation ia so extensively known throughout the
Ciiiied stales, wiU arrive in Nahvilie,TennonTnur
dar Oi-,uber 23ih, 1S60. Dr. C. being a regularly ed-
nuated Physician and fturgwia ot tne ota cnoui,aat
having had an experience of 2a years in practice, wid
twrform any oiK-rmion on Uie Eye and Ear necessary
to restore sarht to the blind, hoarmg to the doaf. or by'
i., ..iKiitte means to remove any disease of Uvnae
(r.-iiil cruans within tbe reach of scieooa and humaa
skill . A jr- No charge for examiuation or ounauliatiua.
1LVBITS OF (00D SOCIETr.
A Hand ! ot frr i ue&uemaa
This Is not, as might b inferred, a collection ot mvt
fortae, ceremonies ,poiiita of etiquette, and convea
UouMllstea." Writu-a by person well' con versa&l
reasoaer, and a correct moralist. . It will ecom r
standird work oa Dabit and Ma-cers, aad will r
U way l:U ovrry library. For sle by '
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