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WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOV. 28, 1860.
1 c : The pee of .ff er. Stpbe
- - mil, of Georgia. , ,
"' n.' tM.!,'n( Mews. A. II. Stephens
- nd B. II. hill, extracts irutn
- be wbole cf the Utter, of which we reprint
; ed yesterday and the day before, deserve the
attention of the people cf the whole Union.
They are calm, dignified, temperate, firm and
. itateiman-like. j They are just such aliment
' as the nnblic mind reqiires in thwe extraor-
DAILY t8 ; TBI-WIEKLY W;
Wv binary tim B, to gie it both direction and
fmpuiae.; The ability and services of thefe
Tgentlenen have given them preat influence
...... Ja.tha Slate, 4 Georgia, whicb ought and
"idonbileaH ilL extend .iiself to other Static.
w-sTbe coone of action- they recommend is Fucb
""hm imj preserve; the-Union, and certainly
nothing short of th.it course will justify to
r. 'mankind and to tiL-tory a dissolution. These
Z V.X? speeches have already bad a powerful effect
-'-" upon the' tone ! public sentiment in Geor
gia.and the jonrnols in that State which have
. poued the Union cause, lock with confl
: ! dence to the peoplo to tustaiu their position
TO ' ', '" ia the Union; while tfcos? which bstve urged
.,-5.- itomfdiate ecefioo are desponding, und
j freely express their apj-rebeiibiom; that their
" efforts to overturn theFedral Government
unavaiiing." We, therefore, ex
pect to see ,nr;a r;fe among hcr Meters of
the cotton region, und tow..-,, .n,iv
above them all. command. Ly ian8nac.wl
example, obedience to the Constitution :tnd
laws of the land, -
Itepeal of Iloktile Legislation.
"""A number of the more moderate Rejmbli
i 1 ean joornals wbicb come to us, are. disposed
lavurably to the repeal ol all those laws in
several of the Northern States which have in
vtew the obstruction of the due execution of
the fugiiive tlave law of Congress. Ye
J.. gbouiU hope that when the manifest injustice
ifc--of tbo.c tncclrueuU towards the property
.. . . rights of the South, And their vio!ati:i of
' "the Federal Constitution, were made fully
known to the Northern people, they wmiM
' rl-c up voluntarily and sweep them Irom the
of a pnrpise to do justice and to abide by
"C the Consiitution and the Union of which it
i the fundamental law. Bui if they do not
"J'S '""di it, we cannot pee that ilu-ir refuul makes
any. great pi-actical difference. For we re
gar J the whole bntch of iln-m as vcid, al.so
, lutely, and of no greater value ilianso inucli
wu.'te paper, ainl only wrv; as a uionum'-nt
to the disgrace of those who framed ;.nd
. those who tolerate !l:em. If the President
- ' "will enforce the laws of the Union, they will
not stand i:i hie way. Ou t!iis su' Jl-cI, .lr.
c..v" "ilIiLL, of Ga., takes the most jut view we
- have p-en when he says : "I am willing that
our Convention or State r-bould demand of
t!ie nullifying Slate the repeal cf itiiro!-
.. noxious laws. But in my humble opinion.
. . the wfceftt policy, the most natural reni''dy.
and the surest way to vindicate o:r !i )i:or
aud f-elf-respect ir to demand the uncondi
tional observance of the Con"iituiioti liy
every State and people;", and enforce that de
. luuiiJ. Aud if it be m ces.ary, call out for
tbtH purpose the whole power of the Goveru
, . ment,.even to war on the rebellious State.
Oue such rigid enforeenirut of the law will
M-cure universr.l obcdier.c . Lit the law br
executed though the Heavens fall, for Hn-r.-can
be no government without law. and law
. "js but. a r pe ol and if r.ot nfojcd.'? In
v - tbi way we C ia learu whether tho G-neiul
Government -is strong enough to 'sustain it-
" ' " wlf, or ' whether its Constiiuiiou and law
maybe uuliud uid set ul d. fiance at the
whi.n-s. caprices or abstract ions of rtho.-o.ver
. 'I'ne IMsnnion Cauke.
The dtstiuion leaders in Mi.-sis.-ippi. Alaba
ma, Florida, Louisiana aud Texas aie still
actlv; in their c irort- to -'lire t!if So;iibern
heart."" and range lliir respective Stat-in a'
line with South Carolina in the movement
, Jor immediate 6ecsion. ' The Governor of
" '- the four first-nam .-d seem tive in hinttily
to the movemenK'' but Geu. II.L'sioj ol
Texas, has planted hi.n.elt agrtinst' it in. his
-J vSta1e,v for which he i receiving a tornado ot
abuse from tbo revolutionary organs. : He
f - refuses to call the Legislature together, or to
i minister ia any way to the popular iiscon
teat. Ia the other States secession ineeiiugs
are being bold, which, to far as we can learn,
do not have the hearty sympathy e.f the
masses. They will all probably speak iiuail v
through conventions elected by the p-.-pl
-um. Before that we trust the excitement growing
-" out of the incIdeuLs of the Use b ated ci-.in-paiga.
will have givea place to the vober
second though,77 and that the voice of pru
dence and moderation '' and conservati m
; which we-confideatly expect to go to tli -m
' '' frbm thi3 State, , Kentucky. Virginia. Mai y
land, ic, will incline them to ignore the
rash counsels of those who would "precipi-
51 j tte them into revolution.' ; . j
AX IstPOKTAXT yCE.STIO.V FOR KTKRT Max
TO Cos Off What outrage has th-? Fid Tal
Government of the Uuited States coron'jed
against you or your rights of - any son, teat
would justify you ia ha elort toovcrtur v
ifXt t - . ' ;i ;
Some Of the Xortft 'rn S.ala have acted ;in
grossly , bad faith towards tie .coustitutm
and laws of the Union. No man in the Soitth.
denies that fact, and uo man t ho does
condemn (hat aclfon. 'But does that ju-"ify
an act of revolution and the overthrow v( tiie
Vtdrral Goetrnrnrht. '"
TbeFederaI Government was otdainvl
9 and coastracted to "entablish justice.1 uia- ig
""the States and among the people. It i-i ; i
preinc for thi pnrpo., and If it has fa!! it
haarnot failed becauj of its ou'ueaknes.
UUlTftMfg3Tbeweat1al-f"of iu adniiiiisifa
Iioal 3Yhy, therefore.' break5' it up,' when! if
s just as good ao ttever .was, and only m etis
to be unstained aslt is to redress eiery gsi-k-j
i-BCe ol which yoa cjraplaTn? I i I
':' " j
v ' The Boston Cottrirr s.iys there are nw
ttrntj newfpapers ia .rifa-acbiiBciu which
iavoeJiia repeal of the personaT liberty
ylm'ongjthc paper are some of th leaj:i
organs of the Republican party.' " ' t
FOR Uipthekia. Tht lol'owia" lis
t. . - - - . ' - V . -' I
ffivtn 37i slmpl ana. certaia cure for Dfi
k. : n in t Bi.mie - nr. it..' ' i f
- .w " . . . . . . . L. . W I-.' . J
"jiUgea hi. tbe comflAint, which i nltvnjs ait-
eonspaniedby a focuef ami wtilio v tie
j: ilirotii. let tiie patietit oe a woiple polutian"
-.u iw, v mi i.-. i "1.41:11 , iu 10c tmii 1
fcfaalt aod waiwra a Ijargle, ever lif'ieti
niontea. -AtHie":itae"nme. moiatea a piece
offlauDCJ wiflt'la coQtOD of, the eamV kind,
tbe meanwhile eprfnltle the salt between thrf
.. flbil-aa4Uje- ntcfcJ Ue ; lowardlv eouie
4llfl3c riUainlant,,eitlier pparately, ir,if
made warm aa tbe pUeo can bear it, and
bind it Vrouoil 'bi throat, reocwiox U M
'Oftwwi thetargle 1 'hdmicigtered. und
To .Tn treat men t,.3 may 1 "Beeu,Vtri;uiejy
iunpl, aiid, iL ned iff the earlier stage 6f
tb dlwaw, will eSc( a cofflnleU cureJ.
COMS tNTS T a.- W. l-l-rTAM-fF. XA.SU VILLE,
A quaiophrenologist iu bi measurement
of the brainTf an rmineot geometrician
wasVnrpri5ed to find all the lines of division!
indicating be predominanfT'pOwers of mlndfT
dislinctively marked by rjghtMnisfti solids I
and the surfaces marvelously corresponding
in all their wise and useful relations,
squares, rhomboids and parallelograms
We presume thediscovery!enthused the dis
ciples of Gall and Spurzbeim and all the ad
vocates cf bnmpology.
The '-Remedy" proposed by owr friend and
feTiowcitizen, snd advocated, by many infe
rior and belted cockade heroes, may b? clti d
in pnfbf this theory cf 7cranioscopy. We
shall no longer doubt that the brains of em
inent military men,' (were lhy submitted to
like scrutiny and admeasurement,) would be
fonod to conform to the 'Rules of War,'
TartmUituire." ' . - ' , .-'-
Upon such investigation, doubtless ' we
should find, in distinct tracery, battle
fields, mighty fortifications, ingenious cir
cumvallalions, marshalled hosts, clashing
arms. all clearly tihotographed: Bristling
bnyouets, nodding plnmes, flaunting banners,
booming cannons; the clouds of' villanious
saltpeter, snd enen, the , dust of fleeing
sqnadrous. '"- .. ;
We had never, until this moment, thought,
If the brain has its idiosyncracies. the heart
may likewise. And thns may we explain
the paiadox whieh so often occurs to public,
observation, that --the heart U right, w hilst
the hewd is w rong;"' good intentions, but J
ill-advised r. m dies, good feelings, though
thejndgmeut-U at fault.
, Where .-mind and heart, are both wrong,
the case i. d-eidtdly :mi; almost as? hopeless
as if 'there we're' a soTfnTug of the brain, and
osfiftcation f the "heart. " And "xve I appre
hend there are not a few such cases at the
present day, but the malada prevails almost
. . i - k lkutioalasl vmtlh
and insignificantly small politicians. The
only danger of any prevalence or increase of
t! is disorder, is, that some of the Remedies
proposed by great . men, act worse upon
their inferiors than the disease, if it were
let alone. " '
. We w ill not trespass upon these columns,
by any attempt to trace the irregular, con
flicting and diverging lines, and the confu
sion and mischief which must inevitably re
sult, when passion rales and prejudice in
flames. These are working fearful evils ai
over the country, aud whether they can be
arrest d, is now a most important enquiry
' AsFuredly they cannot by the Remedies
proposed by General Pillow We
hive presented onr comments upon his
. ' Revenue Remedy." in the J'triit of Thurs
day.' 22d in.st.- We bad not exhausted or
enumerated all of our olj -ciions to that
mea-ure: Uut we must consider bis milita
ry scheme: It is in these words:
' "Sftoml, Let ' each Southern Stale raise,
organize, aim, a:id thoroughly drill, ten
twenty or fl'ty thousand volunteers and
provid.' an ample supply of arms aud muni
tions of war of every kind."
We express our decided condemnation of
this proposal. But in so doing we bring
no reproach upon the patriotism of the
worthy cit:z n whose name may gain it ad
voeates. We question not his avowal of
love for the Union, nor his arxiety to pro
pose the Im-sI measures to secure and perpet
ate the Union and the lights guaranteed
Wo admit the right of each State, South
or North, to organize and drill volunteers,
lint we do say, the State would do a very
reckl's, expensive and foolish thing, and
theciliz'iis who could b-; induced by mere
Benseles clamor and political jugglery and
demagouism, to abandon their peaceful
a vocation1-, i:;cur ; In; expense of time, and
money, and volunteer to undergo a
"thorough d.ill" to fight a bugaboo, should se
lect as tiieir commander som" mo leru Don
Q iixotte (Gi n ml" Quulilehuin a;nl Mr,
para-Keitt have been recommended.) .
We do eincerely reg et these calls for mili
tary rrganizatioii. ar.d that tiiev have b'-en
so muub countenanced und encouraged re
cently ly p rsons who have no taste lor war,
r.or any aspirations for , military fame. The
excitement of the lecettt Presidential canva-s
wa- i:iteiiitied by these parades of nnilorm
Cil. arui' d and drilled companies. It is true
they wi re not tlnm actuated by the spii it 'of
hostility towards 4iny body or any people.
But now the ton", terms and temper of the
calls tor '-volunteers,' "minute-men," "arm
ed a jd drilled companies,' sound and smell
of war. They indicate an apprehension or a
wish for couflicf, which, if once I gun, must
deluge our fair land in fraternal Mood, und.
drape "the world in gloom. ' -
There is no nense in all this clamor. Fol
ly, not prudence; frenzy, not serenity; pas
sion, net judgment, are having too much
sway in all of t'le-c calls, and measures. I
Willi whom are we going to fight, and for
w'aat? . What do we desires or hope lo gain
by any warfare? Let the bloody contest be
short, or, as it would be, prolonged to the
"crack of doom,"' what possible, good can. re
sult, what stronger guarantees for'nnioa,
harmony, property and rights could,-be
conquered, than under the presut' fornt of
government? '(The Missouri : Compromise
shoulJ have remained) .... V: - j
The thought of a conflict between these
S'ates should bo smothered by more ho;i.-f,i
and kindly sentiment...' Stat the cut-"st
f..rc it be begun.-- . .
But wh-i will beg.iu ii No't.. Tcliuisseaji-'.
nor Kenl::ck"nnt, nor Virrini.i'iS'VtwV have
beeu som times provoked. The dim, int-
ligent spiiit of Christianity drcla.es to i:s 4
It fanatic thieves in the Nntth'-rn Stat-
teal a lew ot yiair ctukts. jiire liioui a ebn-.k
and th- ir own t nlijhteac-d and nafVi-
otic fellow-citizens will t-on s!i am" thtii -tut j
--:ni Hetty.--t-arrrrrcTsTn -can 7nty Ifve
ij it own element, nf.fir-i, kindl"d.: or" ke;n
in a blaze by fi ;rce j'po-i: ion. CJivi-it 'h
'ci'ld shouldoi 'f cuuiemif, al it wjll p
scalier aiiii die out. - j ,
t In pab'-ic h.truiijeuen and newsitajier pulji-c-i-in
f recent Hat-, p is-ionatc cxptessiotis
hac l-e u 1. whic'.i sre well calcnlaU-d to
alarm ':e timi l. and u. i;.fuii ite lhe . ignor
ant ar:l h pr-j-idicid. What' idl.-er juTet
.tav:'.' sj uatarllrom ull lh.iii calU tarni'.
tiM- 1h-.it ne:ire ia d iBer of wn IiivBsion ir
.. . . r T -
::r.re,l W-x ro.u smti .onr ,crStait j
""!S'. in.ia'.' T'i t 'o:.1i:tlt-..vi i i.-j. caa tnttjr- i
wlf in iHikuatr nliniH real cfmer aii-. in1
worW! pluck up oi.tv 'tf.ii kind, tifcoun.ee 1
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w Licit laUiiee itself in nn.h.
,' ! Thire U no tuiire.iiawn la appt'elieadja f
ho-tile mon-ment rrotn'- the Northern Smi.
ti: ''' .i ' -. .l .'. .l " - J
iua:i mcie is uui tue, jturorm tsorttnm: 1 ne
IU.II IIICIV I UMI IIKS-imV
stretks of polar Hht, will C.
the Suuny South, anl eel fire-
oar 3.:l laad our cUes,' Ly
I G.irh' do I) up. la
to our fore (ps.
They liuve no motive to do it, no'Irfdaiifuici :
to tiu iClluo proCtiu it, and 410 provocation
to.tlo ii.. They x'oull not b coaxed or
kicked lutii any. mch lolly . aud uiluey "
They l.ave ciioiih' 10 -do to tak(?"rare if
tLeuidelvcB nud their owaiaUrcwiV; ivud their
interests are -extehively ramified aud iuie"
wovin with the peace and prosperity tvf the
Sotttbr- These tbejare not likely "to "undef-
valua or libtly firttreiuD X
. li the Hollar U lmlls'hfy' 0y i-liefl,'
I Iff the Norlhcru States. Peace aud labor'
iw cnential to tbeir eiLsfence, comtorf ajad
tn!ft an ide. o pieii.-teriii- v a!.urJ. It i ' t.p-ttUriotia Mtutark hw IWJ. - T TT-,m- .u. .bbh, aeceasea.
a5..iute!' "ow.ir.l!y .'.'and ."cuuicraptiul Jo U. T. Wiisan, Cmf -Wm". XT.- Alexander and u 12 moulU,, uU witu ti'rxid seeurity win b
.i:rinvn.'hthin-.; Tb.?;tn Wbo o.r. uthf, were noaoiaiorisiyadoplcdC- j V vlottd.'.': "AVU) C Ci..
.-v... .... niuuiH wniiM imi- 01m- j; .ituKKKAs. toe eicctiou of peetioflai canal- f
Altnlitionislii are the enemies of the South
n,i r thm cnH w.!l.l.inr nf .. nl.
, " . . :-i
countrj; and we verily believe they are tna
tcortt enemies to the happintzt cf the nt grots. f
Jfc"Th ,r nnin anil rwstSfornita ntit"flTa."
J - r - -
tance.ftom us; andjnoslJy pestiferous whera
they can be noisyl IIenceNof thern society
wflers-TAna ye we must 'admit tiie liberty
Of speech is guaranteed to them, as it is to
--vfw.. - s- -
,rfu-.,e-sui. v uuv.-sa lu.v tuou io,em,c
oe uu mere. 10 oreat tuc ueau-s vi emmo-
rous madmen. ?r 3 tiki'
No peple, no community, North or Sooth,
did ever gain permanent advantage, in feelh
ing, sentiment, character or condition by
mob violence. The force and dignity of all
law, the power of moral sentiment, and the
safe guards of rights of person and rights of
property are all outraged, when private citi
zens, arrogate to themselves the right to ad
judge and punish individuals by them deemed
offenders or obnoxious. " ! " .
If. such fanatics ad veal ore into the South,
they sneak through the land with cautioos
tread and a double watch at tbe door of their
mmith - Th iin n '. t. ilr. to "hunt In
iiriiinliui ami wlm ilraaila that, intlilanl'a
Certainly we bave .no uneasioess, and are
rmti(lnt that (?AnrraI Pillow bas none.
Our slaves are well cared for. and they knou,
U: They also know that their mislersiire
tfe&only aruLtheirbeMfrtendtz. i.And woe, woe,
will be, their lamentation, when this shall
Messrs. tdttors, we snail irespass too iar
upon your space, 11 we give vent to our leei
. . . r
ugi . But this train of thought is not for-
eign to the snbjecl; the necessity or propriety
of "10 nnn. 20 000 or 50 000 volunteers."
p:- iT." k i.,i : 3fi,
a moment's warning,', .ana wm promptly
fall into ranks, and can 'dare and do all
their country's bidding. But we insist mat
... 0 v
there is no present or prospective necessity,
(uen. ruiow n.uis.e.. -.ug jwuSe,, t
lor either number nsmed by him.
Who has attemDted to sum up the absolute
j-i n-i 1 ' , - ir 1. : : .. .1 . t II
L"-1-- o" -ui)ic ui uuviij uiiut " i stales; ana tnat three ot our most able
violently pulled dowa.or one of. itspillara l.Siscreet statesmen be appoiuted to visit
removed, as a means ocfosb- oata pestilenH States with said memorial, and trse
lossin time, money, equipments and pa- you may interrupt the course of it prosperi
' ' i , . ty you may cloud its reputation for stabili
ties, witbin this State, during the recent tybul it3 (raDquiii,y wiu be restored Us
Presidential canvass! und there are other prosperity will return, and the stain upon its
;...... . k ..ir, ;ni ti,n Miimob sliifh
veins i tiii l .u.v .i.. v... ... .. , ..
" . jt;..
are of infinitely more importance than dollars
and cents. These belong not only to tbe
science of morals', but must be carefully con-
sidered bv everv natriot and letrislator. .
" j . y n i ,
-A.wemiu TOiuuatmw, u.opoaeu.
it is not a mere flourish or drum and
trumnet : not to be a "fla-h in the plan"; to
. i.;n on ihDn m.n.h .tott-n
. . r ' . , ,
again'; a temporary 'organization of tbor-
ougbly drilled soldier.-: No, if needed at
all, there is no one who can predict tbe day
, ,, - !
.. j j a
Shall we have a Standiuir Army ? Shall
this odious feature of a military or monarch -
ical "overument. be counienanced by en-
i;.rl.i,...,l .l,.mraft Chill uro unilr Ihp
excitement oi tne moment, anu .wnen in no
dinger of invasion from abroad, or of insur-
,i;.m n-iti.i,. flv inin irromsvi til.. rT
. . i, ,
ad 1 a thousand fold to present troubles and
e:noarrassm-nts, aoan.ion ine union ana ail
its interests and benefits give up the very
Territories, und rashlv sunder thf thoninil
....... ,. ' ... . , .
ties oi nie-iong culture wun goou anu irue
men w ho are to be found in all parts of these
United States ? . '
That provocations have been given, and
may. iy some mad men and enemies ot all
good, be occasionally repeated, we and all
men know, but we believe that the remedy
is not to be found in secession, in threats, nor
iu Southern military organizations.
'-rather bear those ills we have,-
Than fly to others we know nut of."' !
It would uct be difficult to give tbe neces
sary expenses for the i quipmeut of the mili
tary forces proposed by Gen. Pillow. ; He
asks for 10,000 or f0,000 from each of the
Southern States: Fifteen Slates 10,000
each sums up 150,000 volunteers; this is bis
smallest force. 'The largest call would fur- J trom the patiiotic, the grave, and consider
ti.... l i,-.i ii.... ...a rri. te, and do not be led astray t.y the aophisti-
i4.i.,iiiieiiLeouiu uui i.wi u iiuei ui !eCii iiiiiiiono
of dollars for the smallest uuuiher, und
r i.l . r..i i ;r. ..,:!!:,.
thiilv milliiius for the larger force. - To ac-
complish a ''thorough drill' w ould, uo doubt,
occupy one day in each week Costing at the
ow est estimate, in diversiou from useful em
ployments, a dollar a day. ; Hero would be
a weeKiy sacnuee oi juu.uuu m me lowest I
i.l.. :it .r Dim AAit . ii . 1 . I
figure, and of 51,500.000 per w eek for the
iiiiic. iiuu iuioc iicibvi auu bouiiiiue 1
them for six mon.hs or a year.and the reader
uiav men uouuie 1 e HtrreirHie nnii sav 1
u - "
whether ho approves such a proposition and
iccm It a remedy for any existing evil or
any anticipated troubles. . ' I
? But is this, the well raatnred proposition of
h, Statesman whose first remedy is absolute I
11 .., -. I
uau-inicrcousre, ana " revenue to tue point
prohibition." or all article-manufactured in
through Northern ports? It certainly i.
' i"hen 'Wife men- in Virginia a year ago
enunciated a similar sentiment, the Legisla
ture (if we mistake not) sppropriated $100,
000 to purchase fire-aims. And whence did
she order theuppiyj The increased force
and bum of certain Northern Manufactur es I
- And we, withont being in a very dreary
. " 3 " 3 I
state of milld,. liear . more than 'one small j
voice'-from' the' thousand spindles and in
genious bandy -craftsmen in those '.Tery pro-
uitiiteii states, expressing the sentiment
which ihey have oeiivtd from the moral , to
wh:ch tve' Called attention in our last article.
i :: (inlon iTIeet'iifi: in Hoane, i
rur.uaut to a call signed by many promi
nent citizens of .ull partiei, a -.large snd cn-
I lli i,.c it nifi 1 r .-; tr a-k .A .it l). .P'tl
ii ...... .... - - . . i
, .rnirre-i in tins -yinee, oil ine iUin lust. !
On motion j-T-Mri It.?r,TVit?nn, Gen. James
Hick-y was ''rcted Preidnt, David Leully,
' ! J.sfiu i Ilay...- D-R ir suid -Rev.' James
j Blair chofsoa Vie" Ir sident., and S. Bl 0'
patiiotic prayer l;y kev. Jus.- Illair. .who, on j
Jt, Wm, ll-AWr-.-iiie I
rd a Committee ou Resoiutious.witi Capt.'
1. - .... vv. muv-.s 9 ut;uiiiin
mM M. 'Alexander.-Ii. TT. TW iLiou, G. W. 1
: Mayo. B.: F. Davis,' Df. 3 . J.'Ha mson. J. D. 1
Lu' R.v jamM rK.- -,n.i 1
":rTfr Key. James Johnson, aud Thomas I
K.gi.l SkH Commi
lowing preamble nud 1
ttee ulrmitt-dtbe fol-
resoiQtlong, which, at- I
l'.en 10 the" Presidency and Vice rrerldeoov
b. PWiptia ea upa tieAcouotry ucnias
wiiieii threatens lU verv t-THIenc. thi.ri.foro
UctUvtd, i-t. luat.Hs leiineseeans, we re-
new -onr fidHity aod attaehmcbt to tbe Union
11 bright .legacy liequraibed to us by oar
dep.irt. it sires rktitliHslretl bynhe toil, treas
ure Hiiti cousecrated tloixl of -n 4and of Pa
triots, who-e bitttrr t-t.tud prt Saiinent aoioiij;
the uti')iin J" the. e.irili: .- u; i
'IaX. That fiur t-tfefuiber iii"fnMniig the
Cuuriuuiiuii of ttiis Uiii- intend ef the Slates'
Iiould lie IkjuiiJ i;i the CinuOact Indis-iclublj.
HllU lnc Tvf-lelil l-t !t:ic.lUIMIC to tUS Spir
it if Ahut jnitruinen. - j
Xd.- As -the -Owittotion -ynarauteei pef
roei libei ly r thought aii'lcoiis-ieuce, ii is u
here-f i- p el. ud 1h.1i' the , Coutitutiuul
election f a'Caudidat ,uyou any political
ptalfvrui'wbuler violates that iurtrtnot.
J t uun aiy violated y act f eorotais
btoos or .misioh. by the LeipIaUteExecd-
Jllyfi uTl Judicial IJpartoieaitfwf tbe Federal
or btata UuVeruineotsr y t J
liL-.iTliKt we leplnr4be existetice in some
tfibi Nonherd yutts vf acu kiion as 1
' 1 -1 .'-,... . .... . 1
souat Lrioeny hum, aeMuea 10 nullity tbe
Fugitire Slav Law, but as they hare exieted
K mSK J cjrKU nf -' ---- I J
len. anu .ft. J. T. Julmson. ot Texas. Sec- '"."fc" F'" aooui 7 years 01 age.
, - . - . 1 - - - i ' I on K,n Mrfrwet, sooot 4 years f a2e;one boy about
.Th,. ....tiii j. nni k mn u Z t oa ! pr"i rty of L. a:' Raworth lo satisfy a Judg-
5, 7 "IT'"!" I meat rendered in favor of A. Ilei
rorfc number of vears are admitted to be
I unconstitutional, and bcuce a nullity, we cau
not see greater necessity now Hian Has X-
,8tea. Ior " P4"4 B 7' ftjr secrajon,
I which we regard as a fearful remedy that
should not be resorted to until every remedy
I under the Constitution shall have been tried
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1- commiite-nor ih ni ;n tb
T last canvass in Tennessee meet in conference
J nd' memcralize the citizens f all States
I . . . , . . .
- fitooofat least a majority of the Southern
, 6tb That tie Knoxville 11, Athens FW,
Cleveland Banner, and Nashville Patriot be
requested to publish the proceedings of this
-. . . . JAMES HICKEY, Prest.
David Lkctt.! -
, ,D.B. Wkik, VicePrest.
; Jaa. Blair, j
S. B. O'Briet,"', ) c .
Locdox, Tenn.,NoT. 20th, 18C0.
A mirror for Secessionists.
- If the editor of the Charleston Mercury,
amid Hm wild as-itatfon which ia now rneL--
f inK South Carolina should enumerate as
among tbe essential principles of our free in-
stituuons, "the preservation of the general
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T I 11 . .
as the sheet-anchor ot our peace at home and
safety abroad: a jealous care of the richt of
I election by the people a mild and safe cor-
aIe8 are unpi.ovidrd; and absolute acquies
cence in the decisions of tbe majority the
1 vuai principle oi repuonus, iroiu wuieu inere
is no appeal dui to iorce, me vuai principle
anu immeaiaie oarent 01 u snotism." ne
1 WOuld be regirded as a craven -submission-
- 1 , auu jei mis is me lauguuge 01 uuuiiw
I f.i II lx nvr. ! il. 1 1 rr. t. .. .
Ai?ain. What if tha Jlercuru should talk
I tnitu renders as follows: Tell vour leaders
that "comDared to disunion, all other evils
- . that brings with it an hc-
? . f af1pCi;,r that vou will
I never take the field unleu the star spangled
I uauuer 01 yo... uium,, nan otk uic iu
I rf ... . . .. , ,
IDat you win not oe stigmatizea wnen
dead, and dishonored and scorned. while you
,ive a the autbor8 of tbe flrgt a,,ack on lhe
Constitution of your country! Its destroyers
you cannot be. You may disturb its peace
I national character will be transmitted, and
remain an eternal bftt on the memory of
I . . , . . f.
I those who caused the disorder." The editor
I wouid he regarded as the eneinv of tbe South.
I a preacher of heresy, and perhaps the office
"u,''i b mwbU-d and the editor lynched or
I ordend out of tbe State 'as a aankee." But
thef)e 8enUmets are the sentiments of An-
drew Jackson's Proclamation during the udl
Once more: Suppose any individual stand
ing among a crowd there should be asked,
,.What u tQ d0ilu now LillCt1 ifl elected?"
and he should answer: ' We must keep right
on battling for the principles ot the JSational
Democratic party Should he be elected by
tins sectional pariv, auu on uiis s-jcuoiiui
- r i a i t . i
piatioriu, we iuum content ouiseives w -iu tue
t . r . . . I r.i .,11
1 thought that tour years will quickly pass
ana a laR- e.xpirauon oi mat time me people
x-j.ii . ii 4 j . .
I n.ill wianiw. ...i.l nf...... .. n. . -. T ..
hi "":ii lu.gui, .uiu j,mv-- .i 111 iu iu
I the Presidential chair who will stand by and
to the principles of the Constitution, a-i now
I expounded by the Supreme Court." It is
I very probable he might receive a coat of tar
ana learners, ana yet sucu was tue language
of Gen. Jos ph Lane not more than six weeks
ago in Indianapolis, snd the South Carolina
I Legislature voted for him last week unani
"ousiy ior v ICe x resiaent oime united
i r Trr x ar -. i
Qur Southern brethren must look at them-
selves in these mirrors and see themselves as
I others see them. In their isolated p sition.
,h?-v imngineha thousand evils dangers, and
but are the very ' maggots of the brain"' of
the salamanders who are playing in the fires
of U.suuion. Itle wisdom of the past, the
I : ni, ..F - . 1 ,1... u : , r
interests of the present, aud the happiness of
tue future, are all urgiug us to preserve the
bond of tbe Union. Read, young men ot the
South, the pn cious legacies of Vashington,
Jefferson, ii nd Jackson on tbe sutject of (lis-
union, und you will rise from their perusal
reassured that these LuiUd States w ill en-
dure every shock of fauaticism aud lat buck
every rising surge of treason. Northern I
politiciang put wool in the ears of their dupes.
and Southern agitators render their dupes
deal to reason by the luserUou ot cotton. II
you have t ars to bear, listen to the warnings
I eat. Ihmirrli wlil tt-l itiir ri.ii..i'Mlilia ' nl i
sj0uthern Deeiaratioii of lud. peudence or the
I eulbusiasm pi oduced by uprearing a colonial
I ' . o
At Columbus, Georgia, on the evening of the 22i
iast., by the Kev. Dr. Pierce, Mr. Roue S. Salndkks,
of Memiihis. ' Teun.. and fi Uistdi C Ruiivr:
Jauglijernf Dr. S. A. Billing, of that city
(ay i 9
CITY BAXK M0. EY WANTED !
A7E will take notes on the CITY BANK of xash
LE. and on all tiolvent Georgia, South Caroli- I
na and Alabama Banks at par in jwvment of accounts,
. . 1 1 ... . - ........... ' 1
aud for Books and Stationery
F. HGAN & CO.,
41 College Street.
N()tice to . 5tockholderS of the
'JfaSnVllle & ChattailOOga R.
Officb X. k C. R. R. Co. )
. Nashville, Nov. 22, 1860. j
' I HE annual meeting of tbe Stockholders will be held
A at llurlreesboro' on
Tuesday, lhe nth day of Dtceiiibfr next,
nd on tUo fo'towiug day an election will be held for
for the ensuing year.
. s,t.ockhol?er? bv p!!"inff their certificates of stork
10 the Umductors, will be carrii'd to Miirfreesboro' or
over the whole route as they may prefer, and back
home. on the 11th, 12lh or 13lliof lien-ember.
. nov27-td W. A. ULRATES.
. Secret try.
HAVE four handsome Cottage Houses in Edgefield
that I would like to rent to Koud tenants t.-r th
rcrlSGl. i"or- infH-ioat4m rail at tnv residence in
tdgetleldx-uron m. iloore, who is authorized to rem
orseuuieuw E.A. HtRMAV.
BY virtue of a -onif. ex. to me directed and deliv
ered from the Honnralile Circuit Court of Davi.lfm
county, Temieivee, at Ks September Term, 1800, 1 wUl
exixise to (.uliHc Bate to the highest bidder, for ish,
at the Court House Yard, in the citv or Nashville, on
.Saturday, the -.fid day of iH-cember,"lS60,ali the riirht
..-, iwyui, inr.-oiwi whw, HHU b. A. IUWVOTIQ
men nau, or ni.iy t:ave since acuuircd iu and to lh
following dtcribel prnjierty : One Negro Woman Emi
ly, annul ZDyearstrf aje- one boy William, about 10
nnman. Trustee. 1 1
T IT -HIPvTAV O, :jr ' '.
" iirrwoRTH, . at
- ' . - 1
c " Clerk', and Master's Sale.
Km. A. tiimnbell, Adiu'r. vs John P. Wiles ft other
. TR Y virt:l. of a decree of Hon . Circuit Court at Nash
' " Tcjuij, jrouoiuicud ia.tlta atwva caoiw at its
May term, 1S60, I will exixse to i.ublic sale, to tlm
nigiicst l-iuner,.attlt eourl house aoor in Naehvilie,
cn55aturd.iv, thelaihdav of lrccniber.lS NW
omau, naraeo jane. jia ngro is sold fur division I
KEWi PUBLIC A.TI0NS,
.iJUST RECEIVED BY j" , " u " j
r -;yiiAOAx;& co.,j: :
" - ' -' Ht COIXEGB STEEET.i
I. HERZOG! ENCLYCLOPEDIA ; a work of rare merit.
- 2 vols. $7 00." , 1
S. KUirrZ'3 Clit'RCnHn-TOKY.from thu Riformatioa
to the present time."' $1 50 , ... 1
S. KURTZ'S SACREl) in.-iTOP.Y; being a uida'to the
undPrstandine of tue divma nlau ol .mJvmii.hi. ti is
4: THF. BE- LTIFCL CITY, ANU lUEKiAU Oi tiLuitr.
- By Woodbury Itavts. itOc. . .. ,J , ... . ,. 1
K Iw'II 1 1 I I .VI, Tin? , 'irfiiT ' ., . '-" 4 :
i. ii.n..i. ..iu iiu. enciu ii, or uu rise, uro
- . n t ."..'I ... IT 1 . .. 27
n.t feller MohamuiajiwuTTto- Lewis
m.D.lO, fl 25. '
lLGrJM'3 I'RuGKESS FOR THE YoLJi'G
. THE 11 LG
something oka aud beautiful, 6uu.
i 1 im
l. THE TfTYE ?EX3ES,"or Gateway. t' iUowLdifi
- By Georire Wi!on, M. D. 60c. i'
I-OCKEf AVAToatST: beiug a Cii'inplfcte d(cripti.i
"' of tha Jlnatom v of tha huinau Ludv bt 11 W
v uiUa.vT6c.ati so., ; t!V"" j"
2. UUA3 AND HER COCSfX: a tale of ih ol,l Tkinii
. - i.i. ..... . . uio t. umvKiea iiouseuolu. . a. t
ioa. By th Author of'Thos. Jackson." aud-'tt'aiu
eym - - ' J
. THfi YOtTSO'AEIlIfUX SlWCnrRE GALLERV
with ev.uiy lUaatratjocu). t.i .v.t SLu-p j I
fi ,4r;. .i 1 - fill
Colon meotlne In JLonlsTllIe.
Locistuxe, Nov. 27. At a citizen's meet-
ing. composed of all parties, held last night,
tae minority resolutions were passed, deplor
ing the -elect ion of a PresidjLt oo sectional
issues, declaring that Kentucky has a com
mon interest with all slavebolding Stales;
. I A 1 1 . . . . ...
iuat bue aoes not despair ot justice whom
the Union," as both ' Bouses of Congress are
opposed to the Executive. That Kentucky
will insist upon the repeal of Northern stat
utes nullifying the fugitive elive law. and
appealing to tbe Southern States not to de
sert the- common cause of the South" ia tbe
Union, sad resolvinz that Kentucky will
stand by the Union till the aggressions on her
constitutional i igntu become more intolerable
Ne-w York, Nov 27. The steamer City of
Baltimore nas arrived with laverpool dates
of the 14th.
Cotton, sales Weduesday 3.000 bales, near
ly all to tbe trade; closing very dull, with
prices easier, out quotations nocnanged
Breadstuff's dull; provisions dull. Consols
92f a93J for money and account.
There will be uo Galway steamer till the
Prince Albert, whioh sails on tbe 18th of De
Louisville, Nov. 27 The river lis rising,
I u - : i : t 1
I Trtm . . .
I asrsew or leicsrapn.
Cixcin.nati, JNov. 27. J? lour dull: quota-
New York. Nov. 27.-00110.1 d,.ll und nn
changed; sales to-day 2.000 bales; middliuz
uplana 104; nour s'eatly, sales 10,250 bbls.
4.754,90; corn steady, sales 6,000 bushtls,
1 ks .71- mnu nnrt n au i.i.Ij it Wii7.
75-!ard dull, sales 150 bbls llial2: sn-ar
I . . . ... '
dull, sates uou ooxes uuoa ojau,
"he Rteamer Canadian arrived out
The steamer Himalaya has gone ius earch
of the Prince of Wales' Squadron. Oiher
vessels are preparing to go.
At ls rumored mat 1 tiuovenul soon quits
I ' - e- oas...
I Tl- .... n ...... .. ,l.....l TS t
1 " ua me rreucu rveserve
I Squadron will be ready in the spring.
The Bourse bad been buoyant but had re
lapsed, closing dull at 701. 10c.
It is said thai the Representatives of Ene
land and France r commended the King of
Naples to abandon the contest.
Farini is appointed Viceroy of Naples.
The new Cabinet is appointed, including
eirco, auu oiuer Liioerats
Uanbaldi is appoiuted General-in-Chief of
I fi rm
I llle army.
Melbourne news was more favorable
I The shipment of gold in Septemb-.-r amount
ea to idu.uuj ounces.
The Bank of France continues to lose cold
The Loudon Times says the allies have un
doubtedly taken Pi kin and will hold posses-
siou oi it an itie winter.
Oswego, Nov. 27. There are vol u in
inous details of tbe loss of life aud vessels
on the Lakes by the recent gale.
Leavenworth, Nov. 27. Gen. Harney and
I 1 as ; i . T.
i vxov. jieaary, w ua ine troops aud artillery
i leave, ior ooutuern ivuns.w lo-morrow. Mant-
n . i i . .
I gomery acknowledges the late murders and
I . i . .
says uo iugiuve slave cau De taKeu back to
I .....1 i ...t I.. ... . .
i jiisbuui i, niu iu.ii uu uieuus 10 conun le op
erations agaiust Missouri, Arkausas and
I He says hs will dodge the troops if sent in
large numbers, nud whip them if in small
Kansas Citt, Nov. 27. The Register of
tbe Land Office at Fort Scott, on ihn 25th
says much of the excitement here lat week
was without reasonable cause. The Land
Office lias not been interrupted;and is not ex
pected to te. me opinion prevails that the
flight ofJudj'i Williams and coar: was not
warranted by the circumstancs iu th case.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, for December.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK, for December
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for December.
Just received aud for sal bv JOHN YORK & CO.
novlft-tf ii Union street.
$3,000,000 in Goldr
PiLp Pji L- and flipfJoMoti fifr
t alitornia ami
"NiTclV. WILL please take notice that
W-l'jtl , I llle ttrst ciass passenger steamers
C. E. HILLMAN, Coiibitt, Master.
Leaves here every TUESDAY. at 4 o'clock, connecting
ai euiro w-110 Illinois Central Kauroad, aud at Si.
I.oui3 with ail the Railroad and Steamboat Lmes to u.l
AND on every SATURDAY, the
famous and fleet packet
B. M. RUSYAN, Millek, Master,
Leaves this port, connecting as above.
This Route for all tivrsons iruinir WpKt i the ehr-owvt
and most exjieditious. Jfor Freight or Passage apply
on board or to
A. HAMILTON, Aguut.
Edgefield & Kentucky Railroad.
Nashville to Clarksville, llop-
kiugville, Kussellvillc, Ate.
CHANGE OF TIME,
Trains ruu dailv, Sundays eicepted. commencing
tlnVIIIV 1 . . 1 . 0
Leave Nashville at 6:4a a and 1:15 r. a.
Ijeave ?tate Line at T . and 4:30 r. it.
Arrive at Nashville 10:5 X. M. and 7:00 P. .
The morning train from Nashville connects at Tait:
Station, near btata line, with Slaughter & Co.'s dai f
line of four horse coaches for HoiikiusvUle, Ky., via
Trenton, Peinbrake, &c.
From Hopkmsville stages leave for Columbus, Ky.,
I'aitucali, Smithliind, Eddyvillo and Henderson.
The Evening train from Nashville makes cle con
nection at Slate Line with train of Memphis Branch
Hailroad to Ru sseilville, bowling Green , tue.
tare lrom asbvulo to Henderson $4 50.
nov20-tf Chief Engineer, E & K li IL
NO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
NA.sirvn.LT, Texx. , i
NO 5 MAGAZINE STREET, S
N'rv Ori kivh I. a .
Manufacturers ami Imlxi i t of Leather, nnil.ilml.
era in Hides, Ull, uaK ajd HemlnrK ?jle Lxntlicr,
- nusseit anu ax i. jiper jvip, rreiicu ana -
American Call .-kin. Colored Roans,
- .- Linings.Bindiugs, Moroccos, Har- !
ncss aud Bridle 1-eather, and
All orders for Hides, or consignments of Leather to
New Orleans, will recetv tha personal ationiion of
John Lumsden, and will be executed with the sani
promptitude and eare which have heretofore given sui-h
atisDAetion. l'arties entrusting their orders to cs, !-
dressedas above, may, with confidence, rely on their
instrcuttoQg being carried out wun iidelity.
M The highest market price paid. In cash, Rr
Hiaes. - - ocU5l-im
A mw T TT FT m 5. -
A III I i 1 S I 11 I'r 9 f
DO 1 LSUKB 1
NASH & MABR,
NO. iZ5, COLLEGE STREET.
XASH VILLE, TEXXESSEE.
fXi. HARKY. By Mrs. Gray, author of Gambler's
$1 00 utj vs., ne. bound $1 24; paiw
CAMTLLE. Hy Dumas, from which have betn adfn.tad
' fhr t 1 1 tin. Tm li...-,. f ... -
T fWanai. k T-. A rr r. ... r
' "JE mYK- By lh,m.. Iap,;r50c
THE Rf'INED GAMESIEK. By RevnoWa. tixj-6JC.
or 8albr' . J"UX YORK k. 0J.
'v. ijuuiiu mi 1 uantir si hi. v
GeuU' Elegant Winter Shoes
SNVDER li FllIZZELL'S. i
GKXTS' fine all Calf Pump Sole Gaiters; . . . . .
" Square &lge "
Iiouble S.il.. ' ' - .'
- High Oil Laee Enamelled Boota, (heavy aolc. ) !
. H. r jJ5 r .i. ,.
I - Bootch Bottom Congress Gaiter.
!?' . Lac- Boota.
' Tin abort ar vary ttra and wll! be olJ cheap.
! OF THE CONDITION OF TUE NASH
VILJLE AND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
EOAD COMPANY ON FIRST NOVEM
2.056,543 64 2,056543 64
h nnded Debt to we :
Company's Bonds endorsed
by the State 1.650 000 00
Less amount paid w State
as sinking fund
Company's Bonds unen
dorsed State Bonds
fronts and Loss ....
Iue to Individuals
53,000 OO 1S1,000 00
03 000 00
113.000 00 1,717.000 00
17,510 00 - 305.146 26
3a .6.3 S5
Uncalled for Dividends
Road and Outfit..
...$3,733,471 77 3.733,471 77
Machine Sh'-p Materials. . .
Bonds McM. M. R. R
Interest account "
Stock m E- T. & O. R. R. ..
620 1-sixth shares Stock of
the Compnny cost
72 Bonds of the Company
105 State of Tennessee
Due from Individuals and
Due from connect 'g Roads.
Due from Trunks
35.151 S3 96.977 34
105 .000 00
58 517 45
EARNINGS OF TIIE ROAD FOR ELFTEN MONTH?
From Passage $324,436 30
" Freight 319.950 10
" Mail 28.416 63
" other Sources .' 10.926 75
Deduct Operating Expenses.
And it leaves as Nett Earnings
Out of which lias been paid
for extraordinary Repairs,
New Buildings, Interest ou
Funded Debt, Am;., as fol
low?, to wit :
New Freight House at Nash
ville $3,407 62
Repairs Fosterville Depot.. 14150
Roek Ballast, Railroad Iron,
New Track, Ax., 29.661 66
New Turntable 115 97
Interest on funded debt 95 ,730 00
UUI 01 MUieu Uiis UL'Ui tuia to crmi-
aunual Dividends of three jkt cent,
Leaving as surplus profit
Omeg Nashville Chattanooga R. R. Co.
Nasixhlf., Nov. 22, 1S60.
Jambs C "Whitestdb, Eso., Vie.e-l'resideni,
I hand you herewith, statements marked A. a: i.l B.
A. shows the condition of the Coiujiauy on lt inst
laoie a. snows the earnings and expenses ot the i'raii:
portation l'epartmens for eleven months, ending 1.-
mst., also the ayments made for Extraordinay lie
lwirs. Interest on Funded Debt, &c.
You will observe th.it the earnings for the eK ven
months' are within $1,116 94 f the earnine? for tin
whole of last year, a r.-suit which, under all the eir
ciimiances, Simula prove gratilyiug to the Met-khold
I have not thought it proper to include n statemen'
Ti. the payin' iit mado for permanent work on tha
porliiiu of the lvoaii between Stevenstm and t'hatta
noogo, aiiioucting tS68.191 IS, (notwithstanding i
has Own lul l out of th.? Treasury,) it beiiu; r'-u'irtiej
as a work ol Contraction and a jecia! lnu t h.iviug
iin provided for the payment of it. if neei-s.-ary.
lti-spt-tfu!ly suhmitUii. AV. A. Gl.KAVKS,
Ancliin Sale i f Fresh Craerries
"N Friday morning next 30th inst., we will sei
J in liont of our Warehouse tiie following articles :
50 hhdsNew Crop Sugar, 200 box- s Brand v,
100 bbls N. Y. Coltee. ilo 100 bbls Rye Viiiskv,
100 " Pow d. Cru-hed do 100 " B.urbou ll '
loo " Millasses, 25 " White do
100 half bbls do 25 ' Rol.-rtson Co. do
100 bags Cenee, 25 il Oi l R.wrve do
V5 bbls Mackerel. 50 " A.M. Bran-iv A: Giu
23 " White Fish, 10 " S. M. Wine,
100 Kit Mackerel, 10 - Ginger Brand v,
100 boxes Star Caudles, 100 dcz Ii. oeins,
50 Tallow .lo 100,000 Segars,
50 " Virginia Tobacco, 20 cas.'S Sardines,
50 " Candy, assorti'd, 10 bbls assorted Nuts,
50 " Ovsters, 100 bexes Glassware,
100 " Fire Crakers, 50 " Soap.
100 " Schnapps, 25 " l'iekles.
Together with many other articles.
no26-td TfilltASS BROT1 1 1-Its.
Georgia Western Railroad.
fJ? P?v3 dira
01CS GKOKGIA Wiv-TKKV R.llI.KOAn Co.,
Atlanta, Nov. 17lh, 1S60. j
T a meeting of the Board of Directors, held this
d ty, il was
Iiesolrl, That taking into oonsidcratiou the threat
ening aspect of )iiit:c:ii alfiirs, aud the coUM-qm lit
stringency in the mom y market , tiie Heard of Direc
tors (let-in it prudent to iiestpoiio the proiiosed kttini:
of contracts on the Georgia Wi-steru K:iiiroad until
March or April next, of which tiuj notice will be
Iie)lrd, That an instalment of one dollar per s' are
be called in, payable on the lirst day of 1-ecember uext,
ai tue otuce ol tue Lompuuy iu Atlanta, iu lieu of the
ten per tent, called in, payable at the aforesaid time
Jttsi'lceil, That the Chief Engineer be instru. tr-d to
o-ntuiue in service the corps ol Assistant hngiuceis, in
order to prepare the whole work for lettiiu; Ikuu
Atlanta and thu WesU-rn terminus. W. I'. ORME.
Dc Forest, Armstrong & Co.,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
75, 77, 79, 81, 83 and 85 JOuaae St , N. Y.
WOU1J) notify the Trade tnat they aro opening
Weekly, in new and beautilul patterns, .
The Wamsutta Prints,
A New Print, which excels every Print in the Country
for perfection of cxecut ion and design in full Madder
Colors. Our Printsare cheajH-r than any iu the market
and meeting with extensive sale.
jg&- Orders promptly attended to.
1860. REGULAR 1861.
Xashrillf and ( iuriiiL ali Packet.
THE FINE STEAMER
c; lipp i
TOM. BRUCE, Captain, JOHN T. HOPKINS, Clerk.
f 'HE steamer CLIPPER has entered, as a regular
A jiacKei, oetween tins city and all intermediate
port aud Cincinnati, and wiii continue during the en
tire season. Having s.iperior accommodations for
Passengers, she oilers every inducement for the safe
and stcedy conveyance of tim traveling public. Tiio
utmost attention will Dc jiaM to the interest ol all ship
pers. H. H. HAKKISON, Ageut
The good and reliable Steamers
KED ROVER, Stboxo, Master,
JAMES WOODS. Uotd, Master.
JAMES JOHNSON, Johnson, Master.
U-' ILL makd reifular triiw iu the N'ashviile and Xew
Orleaus Trade throu;l.oiii the S-.-arfoii. These
Bolts are in line order, and oiler siiiierior iielueeni.-iit.i
to the traveling and shipping pnbuc. For Freight or
Passage apply on board, or to.
uov23-tf , A. HAMILTON', Agent.
Aucliaa Sak of ilousnho'd Furniture.
SOLD UXPKR EXECUTTOV.
OX Saturday, Xov. 24th, at 10 o'clock, Benjamin F.
Shields Co., will sell ou account of John 1 Govr
ur, C. D. C the iitire coutcnta or a lni-xo irdine
House, with Grocery .UH-e. lat'Jors, Cir, and jr.-at
varieiy of other articles, foi l unaer ex.. ut;on. Said
in from Aiietkin Koonw. T nils eriiiondei'VHry
nov23-2t . - BKNJ. F. fcHlf.LI-i A:' )
Selling at Cost .
1 O II GASH
ALL GOOI)., Car;.t:lsliicluiletl,
" STAPLE GOODS,
Cost PriccsNanifd its all Cases.
Tboiu buying on Tuiia will tw c)uu-k1 the reuLu
' North and South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Loui4
ianna aud Kentucky iiion"y received at eot. unary
rau. R. C.JI NAIKYiCO. .
oov23-lf , .
Magazines for December.
LESLIE'S N'rw Family Magazine and Gazette of
Fashion, f. December, Jn.t received by
GP.FK.V I: CO.
, GODEY'S Lady'i Until, for December, lus-t receivud
ly GKKKN' 4 CO.
PETFliSOX'S Idie National Macazine. fiir Dee,-m.
W, juat rvcetved by GUEEX it CO.
SCIiSCRIPTRfN'S received at Publbihera prios by "
' ' GRKVN A OO.
DAILY Herald and Dailv Loaisvilu J.mrnal . for u
f . - - GREEX CO. ' .
ao?-f' -- - - Xo. Uaioo ctrMt.
xlm& I tt KrALDLNQ,"
SIXTEEN PERFORMERS, UNEQUALLED AND INCOM-
. PARABLE. . . .
POSITIVELY POUR XIGBTS OXLT.
Monday. Tuesdav, Wend-sdav and Thursday Evenings,
Nov! 26ih, 27th. 2Sth and 29th.
Double Troupe and Brass Band.
SHOREY, DUFREZ & GREEN'S
New Orleans i 3Irtropo!itaa Burlesque Dpera
Will give Four Grand Ethiopian Concerts at the above
Hail, previous to their departure for the South and th
Island of Cuba, introducing each evening an entirely
new selection of acts selected from the genu of Ethio
41" Grand .Serenade each evening in front of the
Hall, previous to oien:ng the doors, by the New Or
liins aud Metropolitan Troupe's Brass Band, led bv Mr.
f Doors open at 7; Concert to commence at a
quarter to 8 o'clock precisely. Admission 60 cents.
Children under twelve, and servants 25a'nts.
CHAS. H. 1 UPREZ,
nov24 5t M mager and Business Agent
BRILLIANT SUCCESS 5 DATS LONGER.
Commencing Monday night, Xovember 26th. Mmlay
nn:bt, TuesJiy, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
nights, asd VTednesday and triday afternoon.
D. C. L.A KUK'S
OR UFE-MOVIXO MECHAMCAL tlHllUTIOX OF
Tiie AVar iu India and theSfpoy Eebellion,
The ninst thrilliup of all modern miracles, enihracing
an astounding combination of Eviklj Ihrmsand Having
andaHiiuj uuxieU of llnrsesand Animals.
It is not a Panorama, painted on a lew hundred feet
of Hat canvas, but is a startling and faithful represen
tation of lu-tuul occurrences, re-enacted with bewilder
ing accuracy, my mechanical models, endowed by
genius with the correct motion and impassioned vo
I Hum of lite. It is the m.ist complete aud expensive
cumuend of art ever exhibited.
Ifc-Kxlubitiou every nib'Lt at V before 8 o'clock.
Doors open at 7 o'clock . .itcruoon exhibition Friday
at 3 o'clock.
jK3Tickets 50 cents'. Children 25 cents.
Uovl9-tf H. C. LaKl'E, Proprietor.
"EliRO Brogans, I.uble and Single f ole. Kip and
A Gram Isalh.r Boots. Afresh t-ii.piv cheap for
c-h Kv JOHN KAMAGE,
nov23-tf 42 toll;. eirwit.
Creal Sale of Ladie' Rich Fnrs.
OX Tuesday and Wednesday. Nf.v. 27lh aud 2Sth,
Henj. F. Shields A: o., will evjiotse to the hipht.t
bidder, I r csh. deeidilly thi.- 1 rcs-si and most beaa
tilul itssortnier i of I'.ieh Furs ever otfrred at "auction
in this city. The IjJ i.-s are r--s;-ctf Uy iuviu-d to at
tend, ir'aio to ouimueuee at 10 o'clock .
I!. F. SHIHU'SJtCO.,
Central Auction Kooiu, No. 27 Colivgo sli'Mt
I'arid Af. Alha't House and LU.
Pl'RSl'AXT to a ih-cree of the Chancerv Court at
Xa.-hviile 111 the rae of t. W. Siiafler vs. David
11. Allen and others. I iil ohVr at public sale, at my
orlice, iu the t.nrt llou.-e, ou Saturdav. the 15ih tiav
of I).-ceiiili.-r, lvili). u,e House and U1 of ituvid M.
Alleu, 011 thu western side of-Vin-.. tireet, M-Alhof
Iir.ua ttrc-t. Ut 45 t'.-et bv ltio, and boitig tlw amo
bmlit of Henry Blood.
Twins. 1, 2 and 3 years' credit from dav of sale
with interest, and sale without red-mption. Secuntv
ro.piirwi and ii. n retained. J. E. GIJ-'WE
uovJO-id c i'M
f7.r Slarir at Chancrry Salr.
PlTlrAN'T to a d-vree of the Clniicrv Court at
Nashville, in the ease of elixG MeKav vs. Lewis
V. On;!;: and other. I will Sell to the highest bidder at
the t'oert H e:se, iu X ishviile on .W.mdtjy. 10,'A jMrn.
ber, 1300. Five Slaves. Eliza, Alue, Martin. B-tty Ann;
aud iuiaiit ci.ila of Kiizi. its name not known. " '
Tuiai-. .-:. nKtuthscre.iit.punh.isers to give notes
with two approved s-curities. ucll of the children
as arc under ten years ofa'ewill be sold with their
m.t.h r. the woman Kiiiia J. E. GIXAVliJ, C.
WAS. S. EAKIN & CO.,
WlOI.KSAl.l. n.-:il.i.Hs IN
I.J. n.-:il.i.Hs IN
RLMDV-SALE LdTill VR, VAUIETICS. AT.,
X'o. 1 North-west Corner Public Square,
iVAOllVJLLi:, TKi4 l-L-SSHI-:.
I ' E invite tl.e special attention of the trade to our
Large aud well assorted stock of
Fall ai;;I Wiuttr Goois,
Which we will sell Low for cash or to prompt
Merchants. WM. EAK1N A: Hi.
3- BK0WX JEAX3 WAXTEli. Uo12-tf
Xasliiille & Decatur Haiircad.
roii! ride frim .VasliViil: lo )ec.i!ur.
D'lLltl.K DAILY TRAIN'S WILL COMMENCE Rl'X
im.g lrom Xa.-hville lo iiecatur, tirand Junction,
Memphis, Jackson, Tenu., Cantou. .laeksiui, Muss., and
New iliieaus.on 'id)NE-l'AY, XOVLMBEk21st. 1SGO.
making close conn. tioiis Xerlh andouth.
lhe shortest and 11101 reliable route, nassini. tlirnin.1i
the lin.-st jK.rtious of Teuu.-s.see and Alabauia. haviug
geiitiemanly conductors, and making quick tune. No
Line cin oiTer gro;iter inducements lo travelers tlian
The Passenger Trains over this Road will leave Nash
ville at 7 A. M. , and 6Z0 V. M. Arrive at Xashviilo at
1:20 A. M.. and liO P. M.
Freight Tr . ms k-ave Nash v.ilu at 5:15 A. M. Arrive
at Nashville at 5 3J P. M. W. O'.N. PKliKIN's".
novl"-lf Gcuural Superintendent.
LAliK FISH, FKESH OYST US
XO. I DKADEIilCK STKEJX
rimlh'i & Stephens,
WOl'LB resX'ctfu;iy announce to the citizens of
Nxhville that tiiev have opened a lieoot on
Deaderick street, where thev intend to keen a.-onsLuit
supply of the lii:it LAKE I ISH. BALTIM-dlE OYS-Ti-.KS,
aud all kinds of W1LI GAME, whk-h they will
sell at reasonable prices. nov8-tf
C. L. H0WERT0N.
No's. 9 and 10 Public Square, Nashville,
11 ; f is v T n 11 ii fuel u v c i .
rOACH and Buairy Harm-ss of every style aud quality
kept constantly on hand and ni inulai tured to ir-
:ler. Also, Bugi:y ("oi.ars. Kip and Hog skin Collars,
Bridles, Halu rs. avd ail otli -r articl.-s ma le by Har
ness Manulactiirers all ol tii tiest material and the
liuest workmanship, all of w hich will be sol.l as cheap
: can be uuuum anywhere m the l ulled Slali-s.
To C. U HoWKKTOX'S Harness has been awarded
the Jiiykett l'rrmivvi at the Teunessee State Fair, the
Kentucky M-ate Fair ut itowhuR Green, at the Lime
stone County Fair, .Uabama ; Agricuitral Sorieiy at
Alliens, .vc novl3-l(
1 1 HE Crm of BLACKMAN & G1I1ESPIE, Boot, Shoe
1 n.til Trent I :i I . -r i . 1 1 1. u- t ..i-.. n . . I .
. .. . - -. . ........ .. . .j . u.l uiD C.JUiU.
and Market strin-t is thU lnv iliutlvMl liv m.if,.bi
s:'nt, Gihi. L. tJiil.-spie retiring. All those indebted to
the old linn are requested to crone forward and cuee
theiraceuuntswuhF.il Blaekman, who alone is au
thorize.! to settle. F. II. BLACKMAN'.
In retirin? from the ttrm of iilaeknuui .t Gilieooie.
the uuders:eu-d returns h:4 cordial tha: ks for tlx. lib
eral patronage bestowed, aud earuestiy rtypu-sts a con
linuances of the same for his friend ajd successor.
H irj.e "s Magazine for Ilecemlier.
H.iip r's .Mauziue for incumber.
lj-s:ie's Magazine for Hucember.
G. dey's La iy's Hook lor Idix-mber.
Peterson's Maaziue for Ben-niler.
For sa:e by JoliN YORK A CO.
Subscription alo rei eived for lb" cominz rr.
Mcliral iiooki for fciie by JUHV YORK & CO.
uov22 tf 3a Cuion street.
(.euis Fn? Winter Boots aud
VHN'E Sui-ply for CoU Weather of
Gents' Cif Wal-T lroof Ikmble Solu Boots
" " ".:irr. ss In. S. i.'ait r.
" " S.- .1 h H-'ttoill 15 , .! .
' All 'gaior Ijioe Boots, Ac, c ,
Just reci-ived by JuU RAVAGE,
liov-23-tf 42 College street.
1HiL4IKLPHIA Made OVER COATS, and RICH
SILK VI LVET VfiTS ai nn.i- ..i "
- - , AM IIIVIIIU.
jm-t received par llailroa,!. which wiii be offered for
i:w um. uu-mu iiiy coeap lor men pno1s, ly
.t.o-u Ht.J. F.SHlEl.liCO.
AVTNG assoeiatod with me Mr.
ELIJAH MOllloN and I'rof. HER- i:. V-,
SCHF.LL FEN TON J un prepared to at- WlW Hf
end to all order for Tunina and Mt.4 id J J
pairing Piamw, Melodeocs, and all kinds of Music! In-
su-umuiiis, with proaipimsw, and such excellence as
win give perieci atisraciin. i
Those iu want nr Viol I v on, 1 rlTTiPJ
Uaw the as, i Wife of pr . Fenton in.the)r, Select am.
A large sK k of Slemwav's aud A. H. Gale Co.'s
Pianos on hand, sold at Now York prices recardlcas of
fre pht, &c. ...
I have also a large number of 7 and Octavo Pt-
an m for Knit. ' If oiuvhasud within one vear. the rent
applied as pai t pat men t. . -. t
tor tne best piau, Ac, cau at the long eiUblikbei
Musk: Store, No
JAUE. A. M'CXCRE
I a treating to Box ! P.'o.,or leaving orders at the
- - ii uiwMtiyiaviraf nHoA
Life of General Quitman.
-W.-TBERRY & CO.
BA TE JUST RECEIVED
LIFE AND CORRESPON DEN CE OF JOKX A ormi 1 v
Major-General G. 9 A., and rt
W. T. BERRT k CO. , 1ut also on alo
NICARAGUA. Its People, Scenery MoDn, -
sources. Condition, aid fo c? u f'V.
origmal Maps an . Illustrations bT?L r lu0
formerly Charg D'Aflairs of th C . Z, tL "T'
lie of Central America. 1 vol.Tvi" jj""
THE FOUR GFORGE-s. Fketches of Vvm-.
Ct and Town Life. By W. iL 1;
THE LAKE REGIOXS OFpN-TRAL AFRICA. A Pic
ture of Exploration By Kir hard F Bnrr A
tain H. M. I. Indian Army ; Feiiow 7
.st of the Royal Geographical ietr wllh
and Engravings ou wood. 8vo. Mualia. .r,,
with Bartk and Liringme.) vlnjurm
OLD PEOPLE. Being a Poplar Descritnio. of
lar Race of Man. By Captain Maroe Reid
of ' Th. Uer, Home," -The Bush Bovs " Ac wT,
lilustrations. lfiuio. Muslm. ' c" w,th
'MT XOVEL" ; By Pisistra7us Cxton, or Tariet,
m Enghsh Life. By Su- E. Balwer Lrtui a vote
xn) "r Kd " bS.
With numerous Blusui SSSSl & S'
WFIFAT AND TARES." A XoveL 12no, VusJin.
ITALY IX TRAVSmOX. Public 'v.- . .
Opinnins in the Spring of IsaT
cial documents from the Papal ArehiveToV ,h. iT"
voited Legations. ByWm. Arthur !Tm 1'.
CHAPiERS OX WIVES. By Mrs. El is intw ,J
Mothers of Great Men." lSwo. Musfm
THE W0MAX LX WHITe! a Novel. Bv Wi'kin
lins. Author of "AnUwina." "The Oueln o. iw. -
-The lK..d Secret " c. With Idust,"",,
McLean. Svo. Paper, 75 cents ; Muslin. (tL 1
EdiXtm now ready.) ' I --.
EtKA ; or the IParisian Girl From tbe French of
n,aMn- J- C' "
STI PIFS IX ANIMAL LIFE,
graving. 12mo. Muslin.
By Gno.H. lewis. En-
CXf Xrel. ByAnthonr TrolW
nilWIT INDIES AND THE PAN-Ttl um- r.
EJUum f thUp..pylar lt ork i, -
LOVH. THE WinOWER. A Novel rtv W M n 1
V-ewc rC'r''' F-r '"dennit,;
. r? ' , The "rginiana." -The ;reat H..
A SERIES OF SHIOtlL AND FAMILY REArEPS -
SICIIeii t.. le. h .1... ... ... .. 'C-l'tJV .
i . . . "l "'Mint in the uiost si
D1:. f,un4 Practl War.emhraV,, in I
bi... , natural Historv and th
The lYhir Yl il",U-r-
."""m1' "Und' l'rd and Fourth
RIGHT AT L.tT. and ,'h7r"T1 R ,.
Auth.w or-Marv Barum T . . '
-C.-anford" Ac. ' lim.; M-usl:M-T " Lu,1UW'"
HOOKER'S HJ.r.ATFl7x.TrRtLin--T(.PV V ,.
SrlriU iTno "Crated by Nearly 3(H n,
DAXESUl kY HoCsE. RyMra. Henry Wood. 12mo.
A MOTHER'S TRIALS : or THE FIRST nor-V i v 1
By the Author i.Jfy JF'Sg??'"'-
" T. BIJKRr & CO.,
BOTaMf rciiuc sutare.
"Koll on, Silver 3Ioou,
Cuide lhe traveler on Ms way,"
XASIIVILLE W.V1.VG S1L00X,
NO. 23 CEDAR STRICT.
rrH.Lnt"J",vi (."J,J !" truHy announce that
X their LINING SALOON", at No 23 Cedar street w
I i?u a I! hours, and that their TabU are su.iu"
w ith the b,t of everything in the way of Fh, Flesh
m,v r TX els that UienKt title
may demand. Their drU-rmmation is that tln ir es
tablishment shall, in no rcsj.ee,, be inferior to the ve"
. l?L k , 'S ""l'ied with Win-s of the lul
choice brands. CHAS. W MJTH
3ST Ji W BO OlvS-
F. UAIMX & CO.,
1 COIXEGE STREET.
HAVE just rcseived the following by Express :
Life aud Correspondence of n..n -..;
- . w.-..u j. m.iuaii.
- " r - -"orne. U.irper k, Bro. Pub. 2 vols.
The Four Georges, iUustrato.1. Sketches of Man
ners, Morals, CoUrt and Town Life, by W. M. Thack
eray. Harper Bro. Pub. 1 vol. lino, price $100. "
Nicaragua! Its Monuments, Scenery, People and
Romances. Illustrated by 100 original Maps and En
gravings. By E. G. Squir. Hariier A- Bro. Pub. 1 vol.
8vo. price $3 60.
The History of Ileroditus, by George Rowlinson, M.
H. Published by D. Appleton 4 Co. 4 vols. 8vo. price
A complete assortment of Medical, Standard and
Miscellaneous Books on hand and for sale by - -uovl4-tf
A. M. JSo.VTCOJrERT.
J. W. STEWART.
NOXTfiOUSRY & STEAVART,
GRtlWERS AND DEALERS IX
Pruits, Ornanieiital Trees,
Shrub. Iioses,&.c, &c.
XASIirn.LE. : : : : ; TEXXESSEE.
Three Miles from the Public Square on tbe Uillsboro'
or Broad Street Thiirnoita .
Proprietors, , n.ring this edition of their
.1 i;atal,ue toblx, beg lare to anure them
that r cry endeavor is used to render their establish
ment wort by of conlldenoe and putronage of all per
ft:1 FrfUit Trees are well grownTremarkably
thrifty, and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and the Southern Mates. .
In addilHin to our Urge varieiv or Fruit Trees, we
call particular alU ntion to our stock of Large Ever
greens aua Ouamenua Trees, suitable for immediate
enect. Ours is the only fsiablisliment in lhe Klate
where such can be had.
Naming, I-acking, Shipping and Transporting care
fully attended to.
Enough charged for packing to par cost of material.
All idiuils delivered in Nashville free of chsrpe.
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY k STEWAhT.-
RAINS, BROWN & CO.,
2io. 19 Public Sqnnre,
NASHVILLE, TEXX. - -
wholesale: aad retail
. Snr?ica and Drntal Initrumcnt,
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS, -ABDOMINAL
SHOULDER BRACES, and
bRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. -
SECESSION KOT NECESSARY!
THE best way to bring Northern Fanatics to their
senses is to
Encourage Home Enterprise.
I have in store a very large and excellent stork of
C i Gr A. JbtS.
made here in my own Factory, and consrqnently know
them to be made of "u '
I JEST JIATERIAL. J
And not only guarantee tbe quality, bet will sell them
on as good terms aa iney can be bought tn tbe hkat.
Try me. - J. W. LANGLET,
liovli-tf 44 Vcloo street.
3IOXEY. . : . v;
BILL3 on the Bbsks of Tintinia, Kentucky, North
and 8tuia Garoliua, Ceorgw and Atahttma will b
taken bv us as usual. TRABl'E t LrCvi
Bovl4-tf ' - .
Undershirts and Drawers.
QILK Shirts and Drawers, heavy and Terr fine; fish-"
' . .m.j vuu
Merino Shirt and Bvawera, beary and very flee;
idiiiusiiiwiiu(i i drawers do . (Kr do
h'er KiiUiuel.-biris and Irwra. .Ju. do
I'aiiUw 1auuel Shirts and Dra wra. do 4i)
Enirltah Hrawn Cn tr . -i. . a
The largest and smallest men eaa find Vadervear to
. . tm vwvTy arM, ana aoor irom i nion.
I a 00VS
COVSIGXMEXTof Frwin Ohio Meal tut Tx alT4