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- JOHX'E. HATCHER, Uiioeiafe Editor.
ICo. 1 6 Pderf eK Street,
MONDAY MORMXG, DEC.. 3, 18C0.
Parroant to a call, a large number of citi
sens of Nashville and Davidson county, as-
eembled at the Court House at 11 o'clock, A.
On motion by Hon. Andrew Ewtsg,
Gen. F. K. Zollicoffeb waa called to the
Chair, Messra. W. K- Hcmjst and . K
nested to act as Vice Presidents,
Joxes, Kxllt aud
"Walter appointed Secretaries.
Mr. J. Brewer, of thia city, alter some re
mark, offered a aeriea of resolution-, a copy
of those adopted at Loakvilie on Tuesday
last, and moved their adoption. The great
length of these resolutions prevents their in
Hon. E. H- Ewixg desired to offer a single
resolution, and would move in lien of the
motion to adopt the resolutions just ofi.-red,
that they and hia own and all others pro
posed for the consider;.; ion of the meeting,
'. be referred to "a committee or thr to re
. The resolution was in the following word':
Resolved, As the tense of this meeting, that
in view of the present dangerous- crisis in af
faire, the Governor of this State be and h is
hereby requested to call together its Lfgi.'-la-ture,
forthwith, that tbt-y may provide for a
State Coovention to be el. cted by the people,
the object of which shall be to bring about a
conference ot Southern States to consider
existing political trouble?, and if possible to
compose our sectional strifes.
: . Mr.Ewing said the resolution was eubstan
tially in the words of tlw call of the meet
ing. He thought it inexpedient for this meet
ing to put lorth any sentiment which might
be regarded aa taking sides. We had ju-t
passed through a heated canvass, in which
there were three parties, and in which many
things had been said atd felt which were bet
ter buried in the bosom of oblivion. We
were all patriots here all, he hoped, desired
the Union to be preserved. As to the term
upon which that is to be accomplished, it
would be appropriate for another, and a lar
ger and more influential meeting to deter
mine. He believed there were here no i
nnionists. per . There were, doubtless,
those who preferred secession, dissolution,
extinction, to some teros of union; none, he
believed, desire disunion for disunion s sake.
But he deemed it inexpedient at the j resent
moment, nnder existing circumstances, for
the meeting to take specific ground. Ue had
Offered no Union resolution, and he trusted
no one would offer a disunion resolution. He
would.neither hold out to the North a ficti
tious hope that all our troubl-s were to be
easily dispelled, or express to the South any
sentiment calculated to arousa a doubt in
their minds that we appreciated all the evils
which were upon the South, and were deter
mined to maintain our rights without yield
ing an inch. If a Union resolution was de
sired, there would be radical differences,
perhaps, as to terms, and if a disunion reso
lution was desired, there would also be dif
ferences as to its propriety. We had much
better compose strife th;in to stir it. Let us
refer the subject to the Legislature to call a
Convention of the people, representing the
whole State. We of Nashville are but a
speck, and even we were not fully prepared
to speak. Let us meet in a Southern Coher
ence. Let ns appeal to the Cotton States to
hear us, hear us for God's sake, if you will
leave. But we don't want them to say, its
no use to hear them, they are all Union men;
or they are all disunioni-ts. Ltt us have a
full, free and deliberate conference, and let
ns send our best men as conferees.
, The resolutions of Mr. Brewek and'tbe res
olution of Mr. Ewixo having been read again,
the motion of the latter to refer prevailed,
and the President appointed as a Commitiee
Hon N. S. Brown, Gov. H. S. Foote. and
Hon. A. Ewixg.
After a short absence the committe report
ed through their Chairman. IIon.N. S. Brows.
and recommended the adoption of the resolu
tion of Hon. Ed. H. Ewing. Gov. Brows, in
presenting the report, made a few peninen:
remarks, by way of explanation. Looking
to the specific object tf the meeting, the
committee bad thought proper to act only iu
accordance with that object. They desired
' to express neither approbation or diouppro- k
bation of other resolutions, thinking the sub
ject matter more appropriate for the consid
eration of another meeting, if another meet
ing should be deemed necessary. The ques
tioa now nnder consideration was as to the
propriety of calling the Legislature together.
Gov. Brown- spoke of the importance of
Tennessee placing herself in an attitude of
communication with the other Slates, and
expressed the opinion that there was no other
mode more proper than by means of a Con
vention delegated by the peopled They will
select their best men, who will speak their
voice, and send an authorized commission
to participate in a Southern Conference. Let
ns have, be said, a family talk. This Uuion
was formed at the sacrifice of much blood
and is not to be lightly surrendered. There
could be no harm in talking, and conferring.
After the Conference, Tennessee would de
termine for herself whether she would go oi
Stay. It wss not expected in such a Confe
rence the majority could bind the minority.
If the conferees cannot agree, they will re
tarn to their States, and the States them
selves will assume the solemn responsibility
of determining their own future destiny. II
assumed that every man was for the Union
as far as consistent with honor and the safety
of his property. Otherwise, did be believ
that any respectable number of citizens were
for disunion at all hazards, he should derpair
- of the Republic.
Gov. Baowx spoke more at length, and
with his asaal eloquence. We have not pre
sumed to give his temarks, or tbote of Mr.
Ewixg, accurately or in detail, but merely
their substance and that imperfectly.
: After Gov. Brown had concluded, the re
port of the Committee was adopted without a
A motion was then made to adjourn, but
Mr. Brewer having arisen to address. the
meeting, it was not presented until he bad
concluded, when Hon. Andrew Ewixg was
loudly called for. Mr. Ewixg appeared npon
the stand and excused himself from speaking.
deeming that the object of the meeting h;ul
been happily consummated, and he renewed
the motion to adjourn. i
- And the meeting adjourned tinedie, ?
t Uoxkt Badlt Spent. Ia an English pa
per, says the Philadelphia Prat, we find a
statement that the people of Great Britain
hare expended npon war and its establish-
ments, during the last sixty years, no
. than three thousand . millioas of money, cr
upwards of fifty-two millions annually; In
the same time, the national expenditure if
Great Britain, for education, has act aver
aged one hundred thousand pounds per an
nam, or six millions sterling. Here, then,
tb Soldier has cost 15,000,000,000. wbflt
the Schoolmaster has been paid with only
0Georgb D. Prentice pronounces the
following 'a perfect poem." , It is lrom the
pen of Willi ax Wallace Habjet, associate
editor of the Louisville Democrat, .and son of
the principal editor of that paperT
' On the road, tbe lonely road, . t
Under Ihe cull tckile noon, " -
Under the rugged tree he strode ;
He whistled and Blurted his weary load '
' Whittled a foolish, tune.
- There was a stcptlmed wtta his own, ' " "
A figure that Hooped and bowed - -A
cold tckile blade that gleamed and shone
Like a splinter of daylight downward thrown , .
Aad the moon toent behind a cloud
But the moon came out so broad and good;
The Uzrn fowl woke and crowed
Then roughed his feathers in drowsy mood , .
And the brown owl called to his male in the wood
lhat a dead man lay in the road:
The Vote of Tennessee
We published last Monday complete re
turns of the vote of all the Counties in this
State in the recent Presidential election. An
error occurred in summing up the Docglas
vote in West Tennestee, which was 7,548 in-
sWd of 6,548, making the total vote cast
for the "Little Giant" 11.384. Otherwise
the ngures were entirety correct. e re
published the table Tuesday and made the
correction; but we notice that our contem
poraries in this State are generally repuV
iishing the erroneous figures.
We republish the correct footing np as fo -
Bell. Breck. D i
East Tenoessee,.... 22.320 18 904 1.65a
Middle Tennessee,.. 23.006 34.452 2.187
West Tennessee, 18.3S4 11,697 7,543
Bell's plurality, ...4.657
The last number of the Lebanon Democrat
hoists the name of Hon. Axdkew Ewixg for
Governor. It says
We place at the head of our columns, the
mme or t:ie lion, ado re w jawing as our
choice for Governor. We do so because we
believe that his name will have a tendrncy
to bring about a union ot our people, we
mean the whle pedple of Tennessee without
distinction of party. For be is known of all
men to be a statesman who never speaks from
ignorance or malice, a patriot who knows no
motive but his countrv s good.
A New Accession to tub Dlscxioxists
The Memphis Mixctb Men. Col J. II. Mc
Mahox, editor of the Memphis BulUttn, has
bnen converted to the faith of the Disaoion-
lsls, and has enrolled bis name on the lists
of the'-Minult; Men," of Memphis. Without
pausing to remaik upon the suddenness of
this change, we subjoin the following pro
ceedings of the meeting which was honored
by the accession of our venerable colleague ol
th quill :
PROCEEDINGS OF XIXUTE HEX AT A REGULAR
IIKKTING OX SATURDAY XIGHT, THE 24TH
At u r gular meeting of the Minute Men.
held at the Common Law Court room, ou the
24ih iust.. the following resolutions were
unanimously adopted :
1st. That the President appoint Commit
tees ot five from each Ward, as Committees
of S it-ty, whose duty it shall be to report to
me i resident sucu individuals as are, or may
be, known to be inimical to the institution ol
doui-siic slavery, and who. as black republi
can sympathizers or emissaries, attempt to
produce dissension and disturbance in the
2d. Th it a committee of three be appoint
ed by the Pre.-ideut, to enroll a company of
Miuule Meu for military drill.
That whereas the Black Republican press
of the North is appliuding aud sympathis
ing with the Union press of the State of Ten
nessee, in its onslaught on those States and
men who, feeling that they are oppressed aud
insulted by a Northern Vandalism, and stand
up ia the defense of Southern rights and
Southern honor; and that tae abuse and vili
fication of these States and men is mislead
ing the brave und chivalrous sons of the
South in other Southern States as to the feel
ing of the people of Tennessee and the city
ol Memphis in regard to the rights and ne
cessities of the Southern States separating
from the North; therefore be it
ktsoivtd, That we, the Minute Men of Mem
phis, hereby calmly and soberly declare our
sympathy and aduiiraiiou of the course pur
sued by South Carolina aud those States which
joiu her iu presenting an unyielding and de
iiant fiout to wroug and aggression, and de
clare our internum ot assistiug her and those
States by all the m-ans in our power, in the
deteuse of their houor, rights and liberties.
Rt tolled, That lorb. arauce now is folly;
that we have just Cause in seceding from a
government iu the hands of faua'ics, who aim
at our destruction; that waitiug aud time
serving is uumauly, aud submission to wrong
uubiCuming a free people, aud that the time
uas come that all who are not lor the South
are against her, aud are recteant to the les--ns
taught them by our revolutionary lath
ers. litsclvtd. That Are cannot affiliate in anv
way with ibo?e bl.ick republican sympathiz
ers who yire aid and comfort to the eu rr. v,
by trying to calm and allav the resist tn".
spirit now rile in Tennessee.
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
J. C. CAVANAUGH, Preside: ,
Sam House, Secretary pro tern.
Edwin Booth aa Hamlet.
Mr. Booth's performance of Hamlet at the
Wiuter Garden last even'mg was a triumph
lor himself, and a cause of just pride to Lis
many trieuds, whose unswerving faith in him
is now fully justified.
That there should at this day be a render
iug of Hamlet that should be consistenly
oiiKinal throughout, is net to be expected or
desired. But lhat every actor ot true genius
who undertakes the character will develop
other and new beauties, or give the old a new
significance, is doubtless true. Mr. Booth's
tiainlet is, all things considered, by far the
oet for many years. Nature has bestowed
on him peculiar graces. His eye is a mira
cle ol txpiessiou and beauty; his figure is
slight aud lithe; his carriage almost always
graceful, aud his voice is oue of singularly
xqui He loue aud wondrous capabilities of
modulation, and he is thorougbly to as It r of
all i s fl xtle possibilities. It "i8 of great
volume and power wheu ihe requirements or
be occasiou test ibos -qualiies, aud iu other
passag.s it has a sw.et, melancholy teuder
uess peculiarly it own. and which we have
ueyer beaid matched. His readings are de
. oid ot all siraiuiug tor fctanliug originality;
uo passages are wrenched from their accus
tomed sigutiicance, aud no words are violent
ly twisted lrom their natural meauiugs, but
all is smooth, elegant aud teustble. llis de
livery of the soliloquies is the work of a
masterly elocutionist, graded on the appre
ciative enthusiasm ol an earuesl student.
Iu the sccues kuowa as the closet scene,
aud the grave-yard scene with Laertes, bis
renderiug U bingularly and sude. d unexpect
edly q.iiet. But with Mr. Booth qaiet ia not
lack of Intensity 7 ......
lie i i be niat Hamlet for many a day who,
in the closet tCi-ne, does not consider it nec
essary to rave and rant at the Queen like a
druken short-boy he is the first Hamlet for
inauy a day. whose conduct in the same
sceue would not justliy the iuterlerence of
third parties, on the supposition that he iu
teiided to commit an assault and battery on
his mother he ia the first l'ri nee of Denmark
lor many a year who Had dared, In this same
acene, to conduct himself like a gentleman,
and not a blackguard. For all which Mr.
Booth has our earnest thanks, oar enthusi
as:ic admiration, and our hopes that be may
do ia other things equally well. " . t .
There are blemishes iu bis personation,
chief among which is a tendency al times to
attitudinize, but these are faults so slight as
to act but as fails to make the perlormace aa
a whole, only bhow to better advantage.
The audieuce Taut bight was an apprecia
tive oue, aud testified tbeir approbation of
the artist uot only by applaudiug heait-ly
-ia the right place," but by calling him ser
eral times Ufore the curtain. - I
. Good as was his Hamlet, we predict still
greater tnuu,p'w l.r him when bis liichard
UL and his Eicbelit-u are produced, aud
hen, wedoub. not, br will lu.ly vindicate
bis claim to the honor he Las so well won ol
ociug uow the liuest tragedian that America
uuaioeis among ber-young men, aud or
C Jiubioing in Lis proper psoa ail the gifts
aud qualilicuiioui! req a ii m tra.muw:E4
in ii-otu, by the aid of earnest work, int
he best img. diau lhat America has yet wo-
7 ' : i For tho Daily Patriot.
Tle Crisis What ?nslit Tennessee
Mxssks. Editor?: As there seems to be a
call for an expression of feenng'and'c't-Tn'on
in regard to the secession movemints Income
of the Southern States.it is right that everv
phase ofopihiou should be represented in" the'
public prints. Not having seen fairly andM
squarely expressed the feelings and opinions
of that portion of the people with whom I
concur: I hope "yon will aeceptthi3 commu
nication and lay it before your readers.- As
all my means are invested in cotton-produr-cing
property, - it is to be presamed that no
man will charge ma with abolitionism-of
abolition proclivities. I am constantly em
ployed among the real people in a rural locnr
lion, and think I know their views here
aboat. Many of us thiok we can see our
own interests, and are as jealous of our
rights as any man ia the Cotton States ce.n
be, and we will, "when nectswry,'' do as much
in defence of those righta as any will dare i
do. But we are unwilling "to resign ou
right of thought by a base abandonment of
reason' under the pressure of a morbid fen1
timent now too prevalent at the South in fa
vor of united action.
-1, sirs, cannot see the common tense, the jus
tice or the wisdom of urging the Southern
people to be united in any plans or efforts in
ref.-rence to future action. There Js no com
mon sense in urging a united action, or a
iuiou of purposes or plans on the Southern
opl at the present time. And why? First:
i eau-e, as 1 honestly believe, four-fifths of
"ie population of the Southern States,, if
tby were to express their seutiment3 unbi
assed by social considerations, and party
prejudice, would b-j incredulous of any as;
serted jut cause, for the great LuUabUu now
being kicked up by our South Carolina
neighbors. Secondly, Because an united South
is plainly an impossibily, and therefore an
There can be no justice in a moiety of the
people of any State being coerced into any
measures which shall increase the burthen of
taxation, and make a call upon their menta
and physical resources, ia aid or a cause
which does not meet the approbation of tbeir
judgment and conscience, and wcich, if pur
sued to consummation, must result iu dam
ging their interests of every sort, material
political and religious. Iu the evc-ut that no
overt act is committed by the General Gov
ernment whereby our constitutional rights
are infringed, I honestly believe hat a'large
and respectable body of our ciiiz"ns do no'.V
feel, and will continue to feel, that war
against the Federal Authorities would b. uo
holy and treasonable..- I cannot 6ee how auy
rational man, (and I am far from being alone
in this opinion), by any principle of ethics.
can argue himself into the belief that neigh,
borship justifies the following of the evil ex
ample of another either in business transac
tions . or "political movements.! No jaan'or
set of men, no State or Confederacy of
States, has a right to coerce even a minority
either by arms or the force of public opinion
into the commission of that greatest of public
crimes, treason. In the event of civil war a
revolutionary party may compell those whq
do not Eide with them to' occupy the'poaiiou
of non-combatants. But it is not in the
power of any State of this Union, as a matter
of right, to compell its citizens to take up
arms against the United States. So those
ultra Southern gentlemeu, who have been
hiding behind the doctrine of SiitealUgitnce,
in their revoTutionary enterprises, had better
examine into the validity-of their doctrine
before they attempt to force people iuto tbeir
State armies, proposed to be raised - foe the
purpose of roistiug the Federal Govei nment.
There can be no wisdom in the caliiug (
conventions or the assembling of legisla
tures, or the raising of State armies. Non
action on our part, will speak our disappro
bation to the seceeding States in louder
tones 'than addresses and resolutions. II
those States are in the wrong, thev deserve
not our sympathies. " If in the spirit of reck
lessness, under the specious plea of preserv
ing the equality ; of the Stateip, they bhow. a
disregard for the rights of other States, they
deserve our ' unqualified - disapprobation.
State conventions will necessarially be com
posed to a considerable extent, of mad-cap
politicians and gentlemen of leisure, who
know too little of public sentiment to repre
sent it' correctly. Tke most noisy and vio
lent members will probably be most conspic
uous and give tone to the expressions of opin
ion. . The real people, the hard-fisted people,
tbe hard-thinking, the hard fitting people
will be almost wholly uurepresenltd. - '
Our legislatures elected prior to the oc
currence of the present .exigencies and uu
d r the sway of party drill, cannot reflect
the present state of public sentiment. .
Tii- raising of Slate armies, if by drafting
;' z miiitia, would at the present, be a great
y..n-y. If such ' armies are made up of
volunteer corps, they would be subject to
the objection, that they would contain too
many hot-headed men, who see aggression
everywhere, and on all occasions, and might
create a cause for pfecipitatiug the now con
s -rvative States into a revolution. The peo
ple of Tennessee should keep cool, remaiu
quiet. Mad-cap fire-eaters should not calcu
late largely, that our people can be brought
inta united : action in any effort tending to
wards civil War. I for oue, (and I believe I
am reflecting the sentimehti of thousands.)
am not willing at the beck and nod of in
temperate agitators in South Carolina or
elsewhere, and- - under v ; the;; 'pressure
of a morbid public, sentiment,
to sell my birth-right for a mess of
pottage, to barter away the constitution ,ol
my country, its glorious associations, and its
present and prospective JMessiugs for the rule
of disappointed politicians, a set of. mad-cap
nullifiers and secessionists, who,' I honestly
believe, have for lhirty years" been conspir
ing to break up the most glorious govern
ment whose hit ory hai ever been recorded.
Broken down politicians, in the midst of
excitement, may be able to keep down the
expression of great truths, and for a time
crash them out. But the day cf reckoning
will come, when they will find that there are
thousands -of -men good audMrue.in ev
ery Southern State, who hold with tbe fath
ers and oefenders of the Constitution,' the
MadLsons, the Jacksons, tbe Clays and oth
ers of glorious memory,-! that .-'secession by
armed force i treason;" that there are thou
sands, ' who, while they would freely pour
out the last drop of their life's blood before
they will submit to wrong from a Black Re
publican administration, will never r skveb,
NEVER, be dragged into the coami.-bion of
a great moral, and political wrong by the
force of a Jaclitimii public sentiment, the
bandi-work of political quack and ndven
turere." ' Oxs op the Real Pisople.
' Giles connty, Tenn.Nov. 1S60.. ;
'.-'T Torthe Patriot. - ! .; j
The 3XeetIus or the LeUlaturc.
Msssng. Editors : I see lhat many of the
citizens of your city aud other portions of tbe
State, are in favor of calling a '.special ses
sion of the Legislature, for the purpose of
taking some active and efficient measures to
save the country, or rather to do eomethlag
bt-cause Lincoln is elected President
not in favor of tbia move. I do not ?ee what
the Tennes'ee Legislataro caa do Io tbe wst on
rslieving the South; and furtherinore, I am
doubtful wbetlier the Legislature would npt
make matters worse, at least I think it would
oe a nazarJoua experiment, not but wbat
members, but thre m.y alo a fire-eating
element iq it which mi'ht distract and. con-
Mu8 the deliberations of ti t-body.
A few days since I was in favor of the peo-
4-pletiemblinsr themselves 1n public meet
ings and given public -expression- to their
union seutimeak, but I believe that time is
noW-pasti and' 1 now-feel "doubtful whether
that kind of a movejnent woa4d bve result
ed in anything' beneficial. : Ifcelieve scatters
are righting themselves. I think the etorm
has pretty well blown-r-ad that a calm
is beginning to be felt. . . .... . ;
'.Teuncs-ee ia the late election bas'spoken
ou t for the u nioa by a majority ol fifteen tlioua-
and over and above Ihe thousands of Uuion
Democrats who were led into the support of
Breckinridge by the representations of their
leaders. Such being the case, I think it would
be impolitic- to agitate - the question further
The ship of state will right herself. There-
solves of Legislatures will raiher confuse
than settle matters. Every fensible man in
the South, who Is at a!l iuformed. knows that
nine-tenths ol-the people of Tennessee are for
the Union. , . - ; t-- .-,
. Should the Legislature, however, be called
to 'eiber. I would tuL'-rest that the Governor
make one of the specific objects for which it
is call 'd, a modification of the Conventional
Interest Liw.;I would not have any further
restrictions ia. regard to interest, but I would
have the law so modified as to place note-
siiaving on its former basis.- The restrictions
upon shaving arc operating hardly upon
those people wbo are not free from debt.
Many people Lave been accustomed to get
aecomuiod itlon from shavers in small Earns
who are - now completely thrown adrift, be
cause the restrictions of the law have entire
ly stopped 'the operations of 'shavers.
. .. , UNION.
Murfreesboro'. Nov. 24, 18:5.
' . :
State of the City Bank, Be
cember, 1st, 1860. r , ,
Discounted Notu ana Bills ...
Mile BoLiili lield ly Uiiuuirolirr.
stocks at i-i-st, viz: 0 Siiarcs Coai. In. Co.
67 Shares Uriiljre Mock, -. ....
15 . " Lebauon Turnpike,
1 ' Jltmphis City Bond....
lue from Bn.ks and Bunkers.....
Ca.sh on band, viz: -
Bank Nots and Checks
7 218 53
. . 163,OS6 Vi
Coital Slock paid iu..
Ifrolit and Loss ,
IVrmnt.-r. t lvixisitors
loinniit siitijoct to withdrawal
llie to Bulks and Bankers....
... 75.000 oq
5 Oril 35
XAsBvn-U!, Dec. 1st, 1860.
Editors Patriot. Owing to the nnjusta-'d injurious
renins which hare been circulated ivsiM-cting tha
f itv lS.i!ik,il3S.)lvei;cy,etc.,wedeein it pri'r and
due io the pub ic, and especially the holders ol' in
notes, to publish a Statement ul' the comliti.'n of the:
Hank, which I send you herewith f..r publication. I
b.-g leave t say to the note hol lers, not to Pacritica
them, lor just as sure a the S:ate of Teuuessee dt.u't
break .or repudiats her Bond', every dollar or thu
City IJai.k uoti swill ultimately be redeemed , if we
are perui'tted to control the Bank. It is only a ques
tion of time - I consider the notes of the Ci y Bank:
as well si-eured1and as worthy t e credit and conli-i
denoe of thi pet pleas any B:u;k in Teunessec or else
where,' and" if iyc tttuiot obtaia and maintain equal
credit aud tbe confidence of the people of Tcunesseej
we will cease to panic aim wmu n i. j
decU - ' W KB PEARL, Prosideuw
J'erry Davis' Pa'.c Killer, the old and well known
remedy, which has acquired a worll wide renown for
the cure of sudden colds, coughs, etc., weak stomach)
general debility, nursing sore mouth, cancered mouth
or throat, liver complaint,, dyspepsia or indigestion',
cramp and pain in the stomach, bowel complaint,
painters' colic, Asiatic cholera, diarra;a and dysentery
has lost none of its good name by repeated trials ; but
continues to occupy, a .pnnniueai position m ceij
family "madicuie (us3Lib-snon St pec. 12th, 1859
Ixtcnsive S!T'e'-ot'Si'ascii4u!e .Dry GaoJsi
- Hats, llojlsic. '
ON Tuesdav morning, Dec4th, at 10 o'clock, Uen.
F. shields C-. , wiii sell without reserve, for
r.ich. lartre assortment of Seasonable liooi's. just i
ccived and arriving. B. F. PHIUBS & CO. (
Anclicu Sale cf l'rcsli Groceries
. i BY ::'.
T E II It A "j S C St OTHERS.
OS Thursday moruinn next, 6th inst.,wcwill sell
in lront of our W arehouse the following articles :
5(Tlihas New Crop Sujnr, 2iT0 loxes Brandy,' "..
loO bids X. Y. t'!!'. L',tlo 100 bb!s Rye Whisky,
100 " Pow'd. Crushed do. 100 " Bourbon o
100 " JluliL-siS, . 2a
100 half bl'Js do 25
100 bass Cn'., 25
K5 bids Marken l, 50
25 " White Fih, 10
100 Kit JIa ken !. 10
" Wl. te do
" B.,'ii,rtsoii CO. do ;
; Old i: srve tUf - ;
" A.M. ivandv IzCisx,
" tf. il. Wine,"
100 boxes Star Cuudl8, ; 100 doz B.ooms,
60 " Tallow do 100.000 Segars,
50 " Virginia Tobacco, 20 cases Sardines.
60 " Candy, as.sorted, 10 bbls assorted Nut5,
50 " Ovsu-rs, 100 boxes Rlassware,
100' " Fire Crakers, ' 50 " Soap,
100 " Schnapps, 25 " Pickles," "'
Tocether with manv other articles,
dei l-td TERKAS3 BROTHER?,
' For Sale or Rent. '
ri lUE.iligibly situated Family Residence, Xo. 60,
J. Gay street; betweta Vine ami Spruce, having six
rooms, well tinisiied and in good r.epar, with Baih and
W;ish houses ac 1 ail other necessary out:hOuses, is for
sale on reasonable .terms, or for rent for tbd eustiing
vc-ar. For terms, &c, apuiy ts W. 1. Roliertson . Esq.
' dxl-tr B It. L. CRENSHAW. .
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Chancery Court at Nashville.
E. II ChililresSj ?r., vs. C. W.Hyde and Jeremiah
- - ' - Ciartt. ' -
AT the oILce of tbe Clerk and Mister of the Chan
cery Court at Nashville, on the o0 day of Nov
I860, on unit n iu of compUinnntj by. counsel iu the
shore can', and it appearing to the satisfaction of the
Clerk and Master, that tho said defendant, Jeremiah
Clark is a non-resident of tbe Stale of Tennesse, and
therefore the ordinary process of thia Court cannot be
served upon him, it is therefore ordered by the Clerk
and Master that publication be made for tour weeks in
succession in the Nashville Patriot, a newspaper ui
lished in the city of Nashville, requiring the said de
fendant to appear at the next term of the lliancery
Court to be uolden for ihe county ol' Davidson, at tlie
court bxse thereof in the city of Nasbviiie, on tht
first Munday in May next, and answer eaid bill, or lite
sa ma will ba Uik.n for confessed as to him aud sot
down for hearing ex parte. . J. E. fcLEAVfcri, -decl-w4t
pr'si'ee fi Clerk and Master. '
Edgffiild & Kentucky Railroad.
rVasliville to Clarksville, IIop
liiusYille, IleiiderKon, &c. !
WINTER SCHEHVLF- - v . '
Only one train each way daily, Sun Jag excepted.
-Leave Nashville at 2:45 P.M.' : , . : ' j
Arrive at Naaiiville at 10:15 A. It. . v. - !
Trains " connect t "Tilt's Nation with Siaucht &
Cfl.'s daily line of Four Hoi Coache for Hop!,kin3
Tille, Ky.; via Irenton, Pembroke, &c. .
From Hopkmsviile stages W-ave daily for Onlimibus,
Ky., Padncah, StnitMand, Kd.tyville and 11. nderson.
aTC from Nrshviile to Honkinsvilli $4 rO.
' A. -AXDERSOJf,
decl-tf v ' - - Chief I&gitiear, E & KRR.
ItOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY."
THE next ordinary drawing of the Royal TXavana
Lottery, uoihlucleii by tiie &'uuinb ioveinuKl
under the suptrvL-iou if the CapUia General of Cuba
will take puce ut liavanah, on . .. - i . -.- .. j
Satuitl y J f ember 15.-1SGO. !
S G O, O O 0ITo Ia la X V S
Soneo Kumero 647 Ordifiario. -
Capital Prize IUU OOO Dollars.
1 Pritoof..s ;..."
1 ' .... ....
: it- . It b b t 4
i , . ......
. ' 0 .0u0
50 Prize of ..l.fiOO
60 -M .......... 600
153 .... 400
4 Atiprnkimatums tn tile f 100 000. of fdOO mt:h :4
of 4tHI to 60.000 ; 4 of 400 to SOajUO : 4 of 400, to SO.OoO
Allele Tickets ; Halves $13' Quarters $$.
Prizes casliwl t Riht ;A 6 -r cent dfcetianU -'T t
lliiis ou ttii tU .fat lU.iks t:k; u al ii.ir. 1
A drawing WUi bo lot aided ai &L aa the result
tjr AW onlt'rs f'-r fsrheraen or Tickets to be address-
. '- For Rent. ' , C
FOR the raar 1361, a nice," comfortable two
etory Brick House, just completed act
P'd ord-r, pituiued in Bynus' Addition, West
Xaihvilie. For terms, Sc. , itfpl.v to
4Fl-2w.C , GLXUK. tyrTO.
FIRE-PilOOF 31 -l li
To-Merchants-: and- Others.
rfHS undetsigned vrouid beg leave to respectfully in
: 1 form the ciiin'ns ttf Kashrille that ,1'aey av ex
la.iid a few .Fire-Proof Stt, from tbeir S imiiatbrfi
m Louisviiie, which they offer to those wauling, on the
most reasonable terms. HAKK1U t hluhj..
.UOU3-tf. . . .
E E P.; I N S UE ED
; , with ; ;
NASH & MARR, ;
ISSUE A V C E A G.ESTS,
25 College Street,
Kasliville, Teiiiiessee. y
ARE YOU : 1ITSUP.ED ?
Trustees Sale of a Horse and
T Y virtne of a Pee l of Trust, executed to me on the
JJ 25th day of October, ISflO, by Stanford H. Wag
goner, and duly registered in Book No. 31, and pagt
291, in the Register's omce forliavidson county, I will,
on SATLKDAi, the 8th day or UecniOer next, be
tween the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M. , and 12 M. , on
the Public Square, expose for sale, to the highest bid
der for cash, one sorrel HOilSE, about 15 hands high
and about 7 vears old ; al.so at tho same time and
place one Carryall or Express Waggon.
nov23-dlda -.. - JOHN T. HILL, Trustee.
IJotice to Stockholders of the
Nashville' & Chattanooga E.
. - . OFFtcic X. & C. R. R. Co.
. , Xashville,Xov.22,1660.
rTirE annual meeting of the Stockholders will be held
J. at Murfressboro' on ' . . ; i
Tnf&day, Ihe lUh day of Drcember nut,
and en the following day an eli-ctkra will be Held for
fifteen Directors io manage the afftira of the Company
for the ensuing year.
Stockholders, by showing their certificates of stock
to the Conductors, will be carried to Murfieesboro' or
over the whole route as they may prefer, and back
homo. on the 11th, 12m or latli. 1 tieccmber.
no 27-td W. A. GL KATES,
; j- - ' : . ' ... it -a i . - Secretary
CITY DAML MONEY WANTED!
JF. will take notes on the CITY BANK OF XA'H
V V1LLE, and on all solvent Georgia, South Caroli
na and Alabama Banks at par in payment of accounts
uud for Books and Ptalion-ry. F. HAWAN ArlU.,
nov2S-tf . . ; e , , , , 41 College Street.
M'NAIRY & CO
Selling at Cost
ALL GOODS, CarpetslncXuded,
. EXCEPT . " '
STAPLE G00D3, i
Cost Prices Named in all Cases.
Those buying on Time will be charged the regular
- North atid South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Lmfis-
ianna and Kentucky money received at customary
rates. . . R. C. il'XAIKY & CO. f
Eov23-tf . . .
vvm; s. eakin jt; go:,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
EEADT-BADE CLOTillXG, VARIETIES, it,
?."Sim 1 Xorth-west Corner lublic Square,
JVASllVILLKj TEANESSKE. .
f 7 E invite the special attention of the trade to our
VV A,arge and well assorted stock of
. Fall aad Whiter Goods, :
Which we will sell Low for cash or to prompt
Merchants. - n. a. tahlA iaj. ,
BKOWN JEANS WANTED. - ' novl2-tf
DR KIJVG'S DISPEAS HY
ifOir- IIUVAjE lilJjEASKS.
r.r-Z?z DR. KING, formerly of Xew York, for
" ' LirrtV the last four years of Louisrilla, Ky.,
" and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, flatters
himself, having attended to a practice for ait man;
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases ol a private nature, no matter bow
bad they mar be from injudicious medicial treatment.
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
No 23 Deaderick street, between Cherry and theSquare,
M'oua story, wuere ue cures ail aiseases ol a private
nature. - -. i. x .
- Gonorhea cured without nauseons medicine or in
erference with business. .
Strictures of old or recent .date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an 0eratioii which causes no pain.
w here a .stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much. . - , '
Syphiiis, with all the diseases of the' skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, can be effectually
cured in a lew days.; . . . . ;
iseminal Weakness. Particular attention having bees
given to this disease, aud all the consequences grua ing
out of it, brought on in many cases by the destructive
habits oi inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the passions, a neglect of which will under
mine th constitution, rendering the. subject unlit tor
business or society, and causing premature old age. ,
- Females who may be laboring with any dilUuulty of
the Womb may rest assured immediate relief. - - j.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
ease, with alee enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King, fro. 28
Ueadorick street, Nashville, Tenn., will have the neces
sary, medicines sent to their address.. OlMce hours
from 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 in the evening. .;
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Produce and Commission j
ai.K RC?Si ANTS,
" - 43 COLLEGE SX.,:XEAS
iusUvilc, Tcnwessoc, '
- Seed Jiye!
BAGS Rye, a S. 1 article, for eala low
Chancery Court at Nashville.',
7v eery Oiartt. Aaoinuie, ou Uii2Aldy aiXotenw
ber, lsiiO.on motion of complainant, bv counsel in the
above cause, ana rt appearing to th satisfaction of the
Cier anl Slastef , that tae said deieiidantjjoan mount
Robertson, is a n.-a-reSideot of the Mate of Tennessee,
and there&re th ovinary prooeg of- tbk. XKiFt can
not te served ciion mm. it is thereiore ordered by the
Clerk and Master that publication be mad for four
w.sefcs id succession in the Nasavule Patriot, a news
paper published in the city ot Nashville, requiring the
said abundant to appear at tne next term of trie ihan-
ce y dirt to be hoUien for tue county of avidsos. at
ttseVourt house thereot, tn the city of Nashviile, on the
Ui st Monday in May next, -i1 answec said UA, or the
same wilt Da tat:eu ft.r-co udssed as to imn and Set
down fur h-'axing sxpurte.' - ; i. E GI.EAYES-,
nov24-w4t pr s fee S3 Clerk and Ulster.
l Chancery Sales, r '
DjLiii AT. Allen's Houxe ami Lui.
CBSCAN'T to a decree of the Chancery Court at
hvilie in the case of K, W. Shaffer vs. David
M. Allen aud others. I will cD- rat pubuc sale,, at my
office, in the Court House, on Saturday, tbe 15th day
of Dumber, 1S60, the Honse and Lot ol' David il.
Allen, on tne western aid ot vine street, eutnuf
Broad street. Lot 45 feet by 165, and being the same
boueht of llenrv Mood.
TERas. 1, 2 aud 3 years' credit frf m dav of sale
with interest, and sale without redemption. Security
required aud lien retained. v, J. E. lilXAVES,
nov0-td C & it. .
five Slave at Chancery Sale.
to a decree of the Chancery Court at
in the case of - t lix G ih iiay vs. Lewis
Y. Cr.iig and others, 1 will sell to the highest bidder al
the Court House, in Nashville on Monday. 10fh Decem
ber, I860. Eii'e Slaves, Eliza, Alice, Mania, Betty Ann;
and uitant c:. Ud ot 1-Jiz i, its name not tuuwa.
TKita-. bix months cre-.i it , purcliasi-rs to give notes
with two approved securities. Such of the rhildren
as are under tea wore of age will be Foul with their
mother, the woman Eliza. J . E. ULEA ES, C. & M.
Clerk and Master's Sale.
Wm. A. CampbeU, Adm'r. ys John P.,Wiles &others.
TJ Y virtue of a decree of Hon. Circuit Court at Nash-
Jj ville, Tenn. , pronounced in the above cause at its
ilay term, IsOO, I will cxXse to public sale, to the
highest bidder, at the court house door in Nashville,
cn Saturday, the loth day of Doceuibcr, IStSO, a Negro
Woman , named Jane. siid negro is sold lor division
among the heirs ol" AVilliam Campbell, deceased.
TekilS. Said negro tn Oman wid be sold upon a credit
Of la mouths. Note with approved security will be
required. , DAVID C. LOVt, C. & 31.
1 - - - " Xo. 20a0. . i .ii.
, SbeiifFs Sale.; -i i:
BY virtue of a vend. ex. to me directed and delivered
i'rom the Honorable Circuit Court ol Davidson coun
ty, lVimesse, at its eptemfxa- Term, i860, 1 wid ex
pose to pubiiu tale to the highest binder lor cash, at
theCourt Hiwise yard, in the City ttf Naslivi!le,ou Sat
urday, the Sih uay of Decimber. lsoo, ail the rh;ht,
title, claim, iiitureet aud estate, wuku iicu. T. Johusou
et. al.theu had, or may have since acquired in aud to
the following described lut or piece of ground, No. 73,
in MiKJavoek, Wetniorc and others addition to the town
of MeUavock, iu the couniy of Davidson, Slate of Ten
nessee, lll'ty leirt irout, bound on Fillmore avenue, tan
niug back the usual depth of said lots more particular
ly d.scribed m pUn of sai i addition, registered in the
Register's oiDce of I iavi.lson county. leviHl on as the
property of Wm. Bai ev to Salisl'v a judgment in favor
ol the t itv Bank. JOHN K. EI.ML'NIS(j . SheriU.
novl5-t4 - By E D. WH ITWOIti'H , D. S.
i -- So. 2183. t ".. I
BY virtureof a veud.ex. to me directed ana deliv
ered from the iio .arable Circuit Court ot Davidson
county, Tennessee, at its September Term, lb60, I
will cxpie to public sale, to the highi-st bidder tor
cash, at the Court House yard, in the city of Nashville,
on Saturday .tho bth day of December, 1S60, all the
right,1 title, claim, ialerest and ettato which W. S.
Battle, et. al. thi n had, or may have siuee acquired in
and m tlie Joilowuig described" property: 70 acres of
Liud iu the sixth civil district ol Daviiison county, aud
ftate- ot Tenni.5e. aid Laud is bouudod oa the
Kast by the laud of F. tzii, ou the West by the land
of Jcreuiuih Prim, on the North by the laud of John
Briley,and on the South by the Nolensviile Turnpike
aud Mill Creek. Said land bring that ou which W. S.
Battle resides, and levied on as his property to sandy
this ti. fa. JOHN K. EliilUNiiSU.N', s-herill.
novl5-ld , Ev E D. WUlTWOliTU, D. S.
: ' Xo. 232. 7
BY virtue of a vend. ex. to me directed and deliver
ed from the Honorable Circuit Court of Daviiison
county, Tennessee, at its September Term, 1S0O, I will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
al the Court Housoyard, mine city of Nashville, ou
'Saturday, the 8th day ot December, lJ560,all the right.
title, claim, interest and estate) wuitiUjiv.U'ie ana
G. W. Campbell then had, or may nave since acquired
iu and to the lolowiag described tract f Land iywg
and being in Bavuisoa county, Tennessee, - dint i l
on the head waters of Dry t reek, containing two hun
dred and twenty-live acres, more or lets, bouudod as
lollows : tin the North by the loads of Joliu, Georg
and K. Ciiunrngbain, on tne Soutu by the lands of Jas.
A. Bowman and A. Ramer, ou the West by Geo. W.
Campbell and Jonas shivers, on the East by the lands
of fc. and Eppy Cunn.ugham, being the laud formerly
occupied by Johu toie. - D.uug levied on the property
of J. W. Cole and G. W. Campbell to taliaU'v ajudg
ment rendered in favor oi Lee chute. .-
. - . .JOHN K. Ellilt'NDSOX, Sheriff.
novlo-td By E. D. WUiTW.Klli,D. S.
- Xo. 2132.
; ' -'Slierifl's'Sale.-' -''-' ? ;
BY virtue of a vend. ex. to me directed and deliver,
ed lrom the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson
county, Tennessee, at its September Term, ls60, 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
at the Court House yard, in Hie city of Nashville, on
Saturday, the 8th day December, I860, all the right,
title, claim; inten-st and estate, which F." M. W'ooilalt
then had, or tnay have since acquired in aud to the
following dtscribed lot or Ijind, together with all the
improvements, as the proK-rty of F. M. Woodall,
known and bounded as follows, it being lot Xo. : 0, in
Brockwny's addition to Edgi-Ueld, fronting lllty feel
on theGaikttin Turm-ike road, running, back oue hun
dred and seventy reet to an alley. The same register
ed in the ltegister's Oilice of Davidson county Teunes-i.
see, in Book No. 30, and page 204, being levied on as
the properly of F. M. Woodall o Bills! y a judgment
rendered iu favor i. C. Iouglisir r- - :
-.-.C JOHX.K.-ELMCXLOX. Sheriff.
aovl5-td x , ,. By E. D. WiUTWOiUH, IK .
' Slierilfs Sale.
Y virtue of a fl. fa. to me directed and delivered
county. Teuuessee. at jls September Term, 100, 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bidder, fur ash,
at the Court House Yard, in the city of Nash ville, u
Saturday, the 1st day of December, lSC0,all the right,
tillu, claim, interest aud estate which Thos. G. J.imes
t.ieu had. or may have since acquired ia and to the
following described piece; parcel or tract of Land in
Ilavidson county, State of Tennessee, and bounded as
follows : On the North by tire fcmd of David Young
and Jesse Smith and WhiUi's.Cm fc, on tueEasl by
the lands of John D.James and John Yadejif on the
South by tbe Hyde's Ferry Turnpike road -and Beui
miuUyde; and ou the West by the lauds of. David
Abemathy and Bcujam n Hydocontaimug about 320
acres,, being levied on as the property of Thwiaas ti.
James to satisfy a judgenii uf Teudered in favor of
Churchwell Lanier ag unst Ahner Lusuer and Thos. O.
Jaim.- , : JOHN K. EDMCNLSON, Slu-riff.
nov$-tds' ' By W: D. 1:obkbtso.v, D. .-heriff.
SUerifi's: Sale. .
BY virtue of a vcud.ex.to mo directed and delivered
iruui the Honorable Circuit Com t of Iiavidsou eoun
ly , Teiuiiisee, at its a.-;iUiiibcr lei m. 1800, 1 will ex
pose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
ihe Court House yard, iu the city of Nashville, ou Sat
urday, tlie Slh day of December, 1SG0, all the right;
title, claim, inUiril au 1 estate, which James W. Cole
theu had, or may have since acquired iu and to the fol
lowing described tract of Laud, lying iu Davidson
county, on the. head waters .ot. liry Creek, cutaining
two. huhdiTd i.ind twentj' Cv acres, more or less,
bounded as follows: Ou the North by the lands of John,
George atai E.Cdnninghamou the Eas I by the lands of
E. and Epry. Cunningham, "U tho Souih by the lauds of
Jos. A. ilowmau aud A. R-imer, oa the West by the
lands. of G- W. Campbell and Jonas shivers. Being
the land formerly occupied by JoLuCo'.e.; Levied on
rs the prol'erty of J. W. Cole to satify a judgment ren
dered in favor of A. J. Cole, et. al. ' " " - ,
novl5-td . JOHN K. tliMCNDsnx, Sheriff. '
- - By E. t). WHITWoRTH, It. S. :
- - -0. 2066. - - :
' 'V' '. y 'SlierifJfs ale. ; '.'i
BY virtue ol a vend. ex. to me directed and deliver
ed by the HouoraWe Ciniit Court of lmvi.ison coun7
ty, Teaiiew. at Ks S-omber Term, 1SC0, 1 will ex
pire to public sale, to the highest bidder, for ca.b, at
theCourt House yard, m tho ny of Nashville, on
S-Uiirduy , the Slh day of 0 mber?180, ail the right,
title, claim, interest aud esutc, wbi h hmus Ean ai t
then had, or may have eittCe acpiired in and to the,
following riest ribed 'lot or parcel . of Land situated m
McWhirtersvi;ierln lisirk:tNo.2, of Ilavidson coiuity,
being lot No. 1, of the division of lots as shown by
plutus aid the same bereirtore anld by. Robott and
Henderson Bryant to-Thoma- I'iirhart, and bounded
ou the EaKt by the lands of Dr. E. tu Kuchan-n , on the
South by the lauds ol JcSse Joiner, on the Wrst by tho
Ukinlsof BurreI.Bin'"kriUid on ta No: th by the land I
of A. Pennel and O. S. Standliell, containing '4 s-cro
and 85 square polos, WVied upon as tlie property of
Thomas Earhart ttt sttiafy a juilgmeut rendered io
favor of H. and K. Brvaut. . ........ i ,
.JOHN K. IDMCXDSi'iX. Sheriff.
By E 1. WHiTWuLTH, D. S.
T)Y virtue of a vend. ex. ti mo directed anJ
erexl from tho iioiuirable Circuit Court ot Davidwa
county, Teiui"ssre, at IIS September T;-rm,lSXI, I will
expose to jiUbilc sale to the high, st bidder, Rr cash
at thCourt H"ie Yard , in liie city !' Najihvil.kr. on
Saturday, the 22 1 tlay ( f JV!jjiih"r;" 1?'M, ail the rigl.t,
title, claim, iut'-rest atnl eute, which E. A. ltawworti
then had, or any have tii aopii-ed in and ttt the
tallowing diaoi ilied property : OneN.-rro Woinn Eii
IV, about 2s years of ate : one b-y Willi ni, about 19
year f age ; one girl Miuuie,- atiut 7 yearn of age',
one ciri itai gret, about 4 ytuu- of age;ue boy aUml
15 mlh of S" all yeiiow compWt.L, b-l!ig l-vie4
ouas thefrooertv ot K-A.-Raworlo fci Mtlsiy a judi
meut rendered in lavor of A Henmuan, Trustee, eli
al. . . : .. J. K. Di'L I So., Sheriff, j
nov27-t!s v ' ' B' E. 1. WntTwuirrH, D. S.
. i -i
BY virtfienf a v-ml. ex. to mr :r.led and deliver
ed lrom the Unniable Circuit Court of I avi.ison
county, T'-nnessi-e, l its S--pteml.-r Term, ISttJ, I wiU
expose to Wioiic i!e to th-s Lighrt liHie,-, (n-cash
at tl.e Court Mouse yard, in the city of ashviile, op
titiurday. tiy 8th day of Iiemib.'r, 8fi0, all the right
tttio, claim. Interest atid estat, which D. A. Pimlaa
and B. K. Wtt then had, or may have sine acquired
iu and to tlie foilowuii; des-rib.si lot or parcel of Laud
being on the North si :e ol the Ciimberlnbd river, ia
Davidson county, in district No. 24, n White's creek,
about seven niitrJi rnmt Nashvi-le, near the White's
crerk tnrlk ri.id, bxuih-d k follows : on the West
l.y the InD if.fC. It. !,m:vv, on ihe North by th
Siune, ou the East tlie lurois of .lu!r-s Yarbrotigii,
on ia uta by th inuds of 11. K. p.!:on, oaitainutjl
about six aeres. mors or hva. L'vind or. ad ths pro-pt-rty
of D. A. 1 hcl in and ft F. West to aattafy judg
Cjeist rendered 1n favor of H-.nrv Mttbews.
-4 .Mi.'N v. KIAH'VDSji.S?ir;ar
-Life of General Q,nitmanr
W. T. BEEEY Ss CO-
LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF JOHX A. QUITMAN,
Major Henei-al U. S. A., and Governor or the late ol
Mississippi. By J. E. 11. Claiboroa. 2 vols. 12mo.
W. T. BERRY & CO., have also oa sale
MCABAGCA. Its I'eople.'ceneryV "unUins.'Re-
sources, .ouaition, ana l-ri. posed CaoaL With 100
original Maps an i lilustratKa. By E. G. sjquier,
formerly Charge D'AJTairs of the C- ti. to the Repub
lic of Central America. 1 vol. avo.
THE FuCR 6FORGES.-
Eketcbes of Manners, Morals,
By W. SL Thackeray. -1 vol.
Coort and Town Life.
THE LAKE REGIONS OF CENTRAL AFRICA. A Pic
- ture of Exploration. By hicbarsi F. Barton. Can-
- tain H. M. I. Indian Armv : Fehow and Gold Medal-
of the Royal Geographical Society. With Maps
and Engravings on wood. 8vo. Muslin. (Cniiorm
with Barth and Livingstone.) .
ODD PEOPI.E. Being a Popular DescriDtion of Sina-
f lar Paces of Man. By Captain Mavne Keid, Author
: of ;Tbe Desert Home," TheBuah Boys," inc. With
liluslrationtt. ltimo. Muslin..-
'-MY XOYEL" ; By Pisistratus Caxton, or, Varieties
iu tusiisu i.ue. cy sir t tsuiwer L,vtton. 2 vols.
12um. -Muslin (Harper's Library Edition f Bul-
wer Noveis'.) ' - -
FARADAY OX THE PHYSICAL FORCES. A Course of
Six Lectures on the Various Forces of Matter, and
. their Relatione to each other. By Michael Faraday,
D. C. L. , F. R. S , Fuilerian Professor of Chemistry,
Royal Institution. Edited by Wm. Oookes, f. C S.
. With numerous Illustrations. . 12mo, Musiiu.
WHEAT AXD TARES. A Novel. 12mo, Muslin.
ITALY IX TEANSmOx! Public Scenes and Private
. Opinions in the Spruig of 1S60. IU strated bv OU1
cial Document from the Papal Archives of the Re
s volted Lttgations. By Wm. Arthur, A. M. 12mo.
CMAi'itKS ON wn-ES. By Mrs. Ellis, Author of
jiuuras u urou jitu" I2ino. Muslin.
THE WOMAX IX WHITe! a Xovel.' By Wilkie Col
.. lins, Author of 'Antouina," "The Queen o.Uttarts "
"The Dead Secret," 4c. .With Illustration hv John
McLean. 8vo. Paper, 75 cents ; Muslin. (The Xew
I r"L-7 al. -w - - .
nvro.A , or mc rarisian uirt From the French of
aiauaoiie ie rrossenso. uy Mrs. J. C. Fletcher. 16
I MU-i' OS THE FLOSS. A XoveL Bv Georire
Kllot, Author Of "Adam Bede" and r
cat Life. 8vo. Paper. 50 cents - T ihrr- xtm,;.,.
STUDIES IX ANIMAL LIFE.
- graving. I2mc. Muslin."
By Geo. H. Lewis. ,En
tucuMOND. A Xovel. By Anthony Trollope,
Author of '-Doctor Thorne," "The West Indies and
ioe;siuisu jiain, tne lnree Clerks." tc. 12ino
Muslin- . '
THE THREE CLT.KS. By Anthony Trollope, Author
trf- "Doctor Thorne," "The Bertrams." c. 12iuo.
too. nci nmu a.mi THE SPANLH MAIN Bv
Anthony Trollope, Autho- ol "Bxictor Thorne,''
--tue uenrams,-' ic. l2mo. Muslio
TDK QLEEXS OF SOOCTY, By Grace and Philip
" ' " "iu sixteen r ine and haracteristic En
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tne oroiners lialziel. 12mo. Muslin gilt. (.4 Xew
jauum it this popular Work is now ready.)
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eray, Author of "Vanity Fair," "Pendennis,"' The
Newc mi," "The Virginians," "The Great H'-
arty Diamond," "Lectures on the Eng ish Hunior-
itj A- lll,Ul, D 6
'-: . . .IIUI-UALIUllS. OVO.
A SERIES OF STHOOL AXD FAMTLY RRATirwi - rw
signed U teach the rt ot Reading In the most Sim
pie, .Natural and Practical Way , embracing in their
Plan the whole range of Natural Historv und the
Physical Sciences ; aiming at tlie highest degree of
' useiuines. and splendidly illustrated. Consisting of
Kira Headers. By Marcius Wiilson.
Tlie lM-inw-r, and First, second, Third and Fourth
i.t-aueis, uuw reauy.
RIGHT AT LAST, and other Tales. By Mrs. Gaskell
A iinor or "Mary Barun," "My lAdy Ludlow '
"WH m s I Lai STK ATFJ XATTRAL HIST RY. XaU
nrai History ror the use of Schools and Families. By
; Worthiugu.n Hooker, M. D., Author of "The Child's
jjoo. oi mature,-- sc. illustrated by Nearly 300 En
DANESBL'RY Hol'SE. By Mrs. Henry Wood. 12mo.
A iiuiurJt s -JKIALS; c THE FIRST-BORN A Novel
uy me auuior or "lly Lady." 12mo, Muslin.
W. T. BCttUY & CO.,
F. IIKMN &. CO.,
41 COLLEGE STREET.
HAVE just received the lotlowing by Express :
Life and Correspondence of Gen. John A. Quitman,
by J. H. F. Claiborne. Harper H. Bro. Pub. 2 vols. 12
mo. price $2 60.
The Four Georges, illustrated. Sketches of Man
ners, Morals, Court and Town Life, by W. M. Thack
eray. Harper Bro. Pub. 1 vol. 12ajo. price tVM.
Nicaragua I Its Monuments, Scenery, People and
Romances. Illustrated by 100 original Maps and En
gravings. ByE-G. Squir. Harper k Dro. Pub. 1 vol.
8vo. price 3 60. , . .
" The History of Heroditus, by George Rowlinsoa, M.
H. Published by D. Appleton t Co. 4 vols. 8vo. price
$12 00-- ; . .
A complete assortment of Medical, Standard and
Miscellaneous Books on hand and fur sale by
nov!4-tf F. HAG AX tOO. ,
IMagazin es for December.
LFSUE'a New- Family Magazm and Gazette of
Fashion, for December, jubt received by
. - GRrE fc CO.
GODEY'8 Lady's Book, for December, Just received
by GRtEX 4 CO,
PETERSON'S ladies National Magazine, for Decem
ber, just received by - GREEX & CO.
( SCBSCrUPTIONS received at Publishers prices bv
GREh-N t CO.
DALLY Herald and Daily Louisville Journal , for sale
by GREEN ft CO.
nov20-tf Xo. 6 Union street.
ft FAY - BOOKS.
COUSTX HARRY. By Mrs. Gray, author of Gambler's
Wife, Little Beauty ftc, ic. Bound Jl 25: paper
C.AM I LEE. By Bumas, from which have been adopted
for the stage the Drama of Camille, and the Opera of
La Traviala. Bound fl 25; paer (1 00.
MAN WITH FIVE WIVES. By Dumas. Paper 60c
THE R11XED GAMESTER. By Reynolds. Paer 60c.
For sale by JuliN YORK ft Oi.
For December. .
' Harper's Magazine for December.
Harjier's Magazine for December.
Leslie's Magazine for December.
G -dey 's Lady's Book lor December.
Peterson's Magazme for December.
" For sa e by JOHN YORK CO.
Su bscr ipt tons also received for the com ing year.
Medical ooks for sale by JOHN YUKK ft CO.
nov22-tf 38 Union street.
DALIES AXD WEEKLIES.
THE XFW YORK HERALD, Dailv.
THE NEW YORK LEDGKR, Weekly.
aiARi'EK'3 IIJ.L'sTKATED PAPER, Weekly
LESLIE'S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weekly.
THE WAVFkl.Y MAGAZINE, Weekly,
i , WIIJCE-S SPIRIT OF THE TIMES, Weeky,
THK LONIx N I LLCS f HATED NEWS, Weekly. I
THE LONION Pl"XCH, Weekly,
THE LONDON TIMES, Weekly. .
For sale by JOHX YORK Jt CO.
Me ut' Elegant Winter Shoes
:. at -
SXVDEIl & FIUZZELL'S.
GENTS' fine all Calf Pump Sole Gaiters:
" , " " Stitched "
,, square fMg0
" " ' Double Sole "
IlihCut Lace Enamelled Boots, (heavy sotea.)
" Calf , " " . v
. i Paunt Leather " .
Ecotch Bottom Congress Gaiters.
"... v " Lace Boots;
The above are very xtra and will be sold cheap,
o. t2S-tf ... -
Ladies Elegant Wiuter Shoes
and Gaiters, , ,
T ADIE3 FIXE DOUBLE SOLE CALF OOXGRPPS
.'"' - froncb Opera
" , " Glove Eld, thick sole " '
V Calf High Boots; .'-
- " , " double sme kKl lace heel Boots.
Just received at Xo. 21 Public Square. t '
- uuv-2-tf . bNYDER ft FRIZZELL. ,
NEC.ROBroganB," Iiouble and Single Pole, Kip anl
Grain Leathar BuuU. Afresh supply chrap for
e-sh by - - - JOHN RAVAGE,
aov'Xt-tf 42 Coihe street.
'png firm of BLACKMAX ft GILLE PIE, Boot, Shoe
I and Trunk Dealers, South-west corner of the Square
and Market street is this day dissolved bv mutual mil.
B nt,Ueo. U GMefple retiruur. all this tid. bted to
the old firm are requested to come forward and clone
their accuuota with F. 11 Blackman, who alone is au
thorized to settle. F. H BLACK M A V,
' . GEO. L GILLESPIE, ,
In retiring from the Arm of -Elackman k Gillespie,
the undersigned returns hs cordiHl thanks for the lib
eral patrocaga bestowed, and earm-stiy request a con.
tinuancea of the same for his friend aodsucccssor. :
Fine Winter Doots
'EtXE Simply for Cold Weather of
ii. Gents' Calf WatiT lYoiif Iooble Sole Boots
" - Congress I. S. Gaiters.
" Siv.t b Rinnan llrogans,
" Allegator Lace Boots, tc,, c ,
Ju;t ret-Hived by J' HS RAM AGE,
- liov2 t-tf 42 College street.
OVEIl T. , ,
I'JlIil.AnKI.rniA Made OVFR COATS, aild P.ICTI
SIlJv VELVET VESTS at private a!e. An ia voice
just received per Railroad, whkii will Ue offered for a
lew.oavs uausdjUy viw;' Jr ?'-''!5, by .
OF THE COXLiriON OF THE NASH
VILLE AND CHATTANOOGA BAIL'
IROAP P0iiPASni3XFlR3T 2iOYEiI
DR. , . . ., ..
:.V.$i,056;43 64 2,Co6,543 64
unded JJebt lowl :
Company '8 Dunds endorsed '
by lhi State i,C60,000 00
Lieas amount paid to btate
as sinking lund.... .....
9,000 00 lSI.000 00
113 OoO 00 ,1,717.000 00
m.57I 61 ; - t t -
1.064 75 " -
17.S10 00 305,146 28
IW .-tsy 66
Company's Bunds unen
Prouts and Loss '
Equipment account.. .....
Due to Individuals . ......
Connecting Roads and
1'ionks 11.1(0 60
Uncalled for Dividends 2o2 28
Road aad Outfit.,..
Machine Sh p Materials...
Bo.d8 McM. M. R. R,.-. .
Interest account "
17. AO 12
. . '
Slock in K. T. ft G. R. R...
620 1 sixth shares Stock of
theCompany cost...... .
- 4,825 39 '
. 72,000 00
- 6S 617 45
72 Bonds of the Company
105 sta e of Tennessee
Due from Individuals and
Due lrom connect 'g Roads.
Due from Trunks
1U.K-M.us THE ROAD FOR ELEVEN' MONTTI?
From Passage .8344.436 30
Freight 319.930 10
' Mail 28.416 63
" Other Sources 10.9-2H rs ihmmois
Deduct Operating Expenses. Ssls! 37
And it leaves as Xett Earnings
Out of which has been pad
for extraordinary Repairs,
New Buildings, Interest on
Funded Debt, ftc.. as fol
lows, to wit :
New Freight House at Nash
"- $3,407 2
Repairs Fosterville Iepot.. 14160
Rock Ballast, nailroad Iron,
Xew Track, ftc., 29,661 66
New Turntable 115 97
Interest on funded debt... 95,730 00 T
Out of which has been paid two semi
annual Dividends of three per cent,
amounting to .
123,444 36 .
$49,257 67 '
Leaving as surplus prodt...
- Orncs XsavtLU C4UTTA(oooa R. R. Co.
, Xsssn lb, Xov. 22, 1680.
i W,,r,ESID . E-sq. , VK-e-lTefcideut ,
1 hand you herewith, statements marked A. and-
A. slu.ws the condition of the Company on 1st tal.
lable B. shows the earnings and expense of tbe Trans
portation J epartmens tor eleven months, ending 1st
mst., also the i aymenu made for Extraordiuay Ke
pairs, Interest on Funded Debt, tc.
ou will observe that the earnings for the eleven
months are within $1,116 94 of the earning? Tor the
whole of last year, a result which, under all the cir
cumstances, snould prove gratifying to the Swckhold-
I have not thought K proper to Include n statement
B. the payment made lor permanent work on lhat
portion ot the Road between Stevenson and Chatta
noogo, amounting to S6S.191 18, (mawithstanding it
has been paid out of the Treasury it being regarded
been provided for the payment of it, if necessary
Re?e tfully submitted.
W. A- CLEAVES".
FOIl II EXT.
T four handsome Cottaga Booses In Edgefield
,tcJ,woilId llke w rent to good ?enanU for the
year, 1861. lor information viii m- i ;
. , v, - . . . K .iurwx 111
Edgefield, oron Wm. Moore, who is authorized terenl
or sell them.
i A. HERMAN.
For Kent or Lease.-- -
IHAVEa good Brick Dwelling, with four rooms
and twenty acres of excellent land and plen
ty of good water. I will rent or lease it from T?f
s Tfa- Sit!'"J n the Nylensrmefurtr
pike adjoining the corporation line.
octa-Stawtf GIBSOX MERRITT
FOIt REXT KOR IS61.
'pHE Store Room on College Street, occupied A
ture jusuonsnment. Ifi 5
i ueseesiun given 1st January, 1S61. Applv
lij iiicaAiX., VACGHX.
WANTED TO BENT.
A 'fELL Improved Farm for Dairy purposes, with
. bundanoe grass aad waier, containing from two
to Are hundred acres, and not to rr.-t a m,i
tance f om the city. - For foi ther partasulai s apply at
Strayed or Stolen.
CR0M mjr residence on Friday nicht last, near the
. k Cf . f""'11, BLACK ICiNEY about fbur
teen hands high, with a brand on his right hind quar
ter I will give a reward 01 $10 to any one who will
give me any information a3 to his whereabouts
PQV15-1W . - , T , JUXE3.
Ptciaaiiili p and Phouograpj.
J. v. dolreais.
ILL on Saturday, the 27th inst.,
open a class for teaching the
aoove useful arts, tn Mr. Klrkmui s
Building, corner or Mdinmu. i - .
- - - - mMU un,o ,
streeU. Hours 3 to 5. P. M.. .nrf 7 .. 7
... 1. ... ', . " U
" I"'" me classes should secure Beau with
out deiay, aa the room is small and will not vemmo
date a large number. . oa - oct2S-tf
Sevolution in Picture Making.
Ten Photcgrai bs fjr ;iie Dollar.
KEEP it before the people that we are makmr TEX
PHOTOGRAPHS Sh-ONE DuLLAR, iiabieir
Au.,.8 and senuiug in letters, lar,:e ones tn propor
tion. All the new and popular styles introduced here
A word to Mothers: Bring along your babies, and
have them taken, we have lots of patience, and will
use every exertion to please you at
novl9-tf HUGHES' GALLEEY.
Hay i.no associated with me Mr.
ELIJAH MORTOX and Prof. HER
SCHELL FEN TON J am nrenared u t.
tend to ail orders for Tunina and Jtr,
pairing Pianos, Melodeons. and all k iulit of iii t.
struments, with promptness, and such excellence as
will give perfect satisfaction.
Th.e in want of VIoLLN'S and CCTTARS, can now
have the assistance of Prof. Fenton m their selection
A large stock of Meinway's and A. 11. Gale ft Co a
Pianos on hand, sold at Xew York prices regardless of
fre ght, ftc
I have also a large number of 7 and 6' Octave Tl- i
anos for Bent. If purchased within one year, tbe rent
applied as part par ment.
For the best plan., ftc call at tbe long established S
Music Store, Xo. SS Cukm street.
noz22-tf JAMES A. M'CLCRE
BILLS on the Banks, of Virginia, Kentucky, Xorth
and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama will be
taken by us as 'ihiihI
TRABLE ft LUCAS.
LAKE FISH, FRESH OTST-lUS
SO. 1 DCADCKICK MHEET.
tirnith & Stcnhcns.
WOULD respectfully annoonoa to the dtizLJr
Nashville that they have opeurd a Depot 00
Deaderick street, where thev intend in kn
suily of the fl .est LAkE FISH. BALTIM EE OVS
Ti Rs, and all kinds of WILD GAME, ibirh win
aeU at reasonable prices. L,r
"Uoil on, Silver Moon,
Guide the traveler ou way,"
MSilVILLE DIViXG S1L00X,
NO. 23 CEDAR STFEET.
THE endersigned woold respectfully announce thai
their DINiNG SALOON" at No 23 Cedar street, is
open at all hours, and that their Tabk. are supplied '
with the but-t of everything in tbe way of Fish, Eea ,
and Fowl, and ever thing else that tbe nicest tasta
may demamL Tbeir detarmkiata is that their es-
tabiishroenrEhall, in do rrspm t, be inferior to the very
1 heir nouse is supplied with Wines ur the moat
CHAS. W. SMITH,
C. L. HOWERTON.t
No's. 9 and 1 0 Public Square, Kafih ville, f
Uai uc5ss jsniufaciurcr.
... ' o I
rOACH and Batrgy Harneps of every style and quality
kept coa-'tactiy on h-ind and ranuiaetnrcd to or- "
der. Ah, Buggy Codja. s, Kip and lir bfcia Collars I
Bridlne, llAltnt, a d all oiuer artwlee aw by Har- :
nes- Mlnutacturvrs all ot 1 tie bt material and tfee
0uet workmanship, ah of wha b will be sol 1 as cheap 1
r can be bought aiv a here nt the l aited estates. ?
To C. L. HoWEKTu.VS IHrness has be awarded i
the Biyhest Vtwina at tbe TeBiMe State Fatr, th,
Kentucky -Ute Fair al rjwkug tireefi t the L toe-
uMine CiMinty Fair, Alahatna ; AgrK-vlt-ral Swie-y mt -Athsas.
Cadmhlrls acd Drawers 4
QII.K Siiirts and Drawers, heavy sad very flue- Cash- i
i mar Shiru an 1 I rawer. h-avy ana very Cue",
Vsritio Fhirts au.t Drawer, heavy " m, verv h '
iJllliesw vu iie v uu ;U iKJ
t-li.ior Flannel Shirts aud liwira
Canum Flannel MurU and It,r, uo
tjit'iish ltr-ua Coltou
Thu largest and na'.itl bits raj Sad rnjerwv- to
Ct t , l "o ?5 '.'U'-rrv t.--.. .--,