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"- II V A . S. C AJIP
IRA T. jnsv,
: fW.HY.SMHH, 1.,
i ; L JRA r. jonm.
'7 Ko, 16 Deaeerlck Street.
- - - u? TEXXESSEE.
y . For Vice-President,
-. - of Massachusetts.
''-"' oa xuE STATE AT LARGE.
- UAIME riVTCS, ol M:iuotr,
. "S. G.TAVLAIt, oi Carter.
rOB TEE BtTEICT?.
" ll J. WT)FADFRICK:o WashicsK.a.
O". P. TEMI'LE. ol Knox.
3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMicn.
4. S. S. STANTON, ol Siniia.
T.rt KGjLLADAY.f WHb.
. WM F. KERChEYAL.f Lincoln.
7. JOHN CI EkOWN. oi G'l. s.
8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Monicromprv.
ALYIN HAWKINS, of Carttli.
10. D. B. NABOBS, ot Shelby.
Central ExecDtlve Committee.
Eowix II. Ewing, Nbixx. S. Fiiuwx, Allkx
A. Hall. P. W. Maxit. John Lki ltltt,
John- H Callknpfr. IloRtrv II. Hari is-'N
MONDAY MORNING. OCT. 8. ISbO
yir. Bell ud llie flnlrauUir.
The Inion and American, el yesterday, in
its course of republi.-Ling the vaiious cfcar't-?
rins t Mr. Bell, returns to his t-.ecch on th
SltfX Cun War. The fLj-ct set-m- to be to
how thai ilr. Bull wad opposed to the pros
ecution of that war, or th.it he was opj.oe.l
to the war; and some of the J-pcukers ot it
party have pone so fr as to charge that Le
refused to vote mpplies to the polditrs in
that war. The whole charge is a iniia.ke.
The ficts are briefiy that Mr Briu. enter
ed the Senate afier the last battle ia tL.U war
was fought ; he made bat one spen ch touch
lag the -war, and that was after our ai til: s
were in po6se.eioa of the coui.try, with ara-
pltr fcpplit3, and with men
bold St ; his speech was on th
mt-nt Bill, which was tiR;p!y a measure t
raise an aJdltional force. Mr. Bkll thought
it entinlj cun ce.-sary aid ust 'te-?. The o!-
jt of this bill was not to a!!ord succor t
our army ia any pbupe or fotrn, l:u it was i.
part of a poliey which In L d to the x inc
tion of the national! y ot Mexico, sjid tht
annexation of that country to cur o-.va, or t
holding it as a military d'penl--ncy. ll ws
that policy which Mr. Beix opposed with all
the great power ol his intellect, and it wa.
to that point that the fptcch which be nia'le
wae directed, as tle ioliowinjr xtract -how s :
'Mr. PreMJent, from the vit-ws 1 have j.re-
rented on this fuI j- ct, it will be jerc ivJ
that I have not proceed-d on the ground that
the Ad,minjatration ntirtaiutd aay j-ciit-mt-lor
the cnijiict of M xico, until after the
termination of tht aimpai-jn of Cf. Scctt, by iht
captme ot ibc City ut Mexico, and the lail
ure of Mr. Trial's negotiation. At thi pe
riod ol the war, I have ui.il.-i ;ak u to
that a policy was conceited anu adp:ed in
the tarther prorn-cutiou ofihe war, and whicl.
is still persLtel in. which in its inevitable Un
deney, must lead to Ue jinui tubjaijatio't oi i.h it
AAiUty. I have al.-o nirav lea to eMat-li-i-,
Icpdb the tenor of the m-s.-age itsvlf, and im
morons th r prccfli ar.d ciicuni--:anc- s, th u
the aduiinisiratiou have Koked to H,i h the
piKtte, it not i-roh-tUt reu!t of i:? palicv;
thai tkey have iLfjhtd the coj.jrue.fta aiii rti'Mo
td toruklhem. In lt:e c-ur-t: of my r in n!..
1 have givn full wtiui to the arnran.t t
the lorce of circuu.i-t.iin: and Uim rai dit
ficnllies and i ml-arra-s-meuls ia nLIcti tb
Administration i iuvolvt-l in lijriatj the
wr to a cloe. a Ibe iuditei m--nt to the poli
cy now peii-td in. ii ili iils'j U- ol rv-!
that in ibe discu5.-i-tu. I hve mt cou-iu-.-r. d
it material what the real vit-ws t.t th.- Ex cu
tte ma be upon the ,u-t.'i..a ot tinai c
quert aiul anntxxilou. IJtllav.; te i
and flro lv l.elivev d tb.it the far:hr fne a
turn of this icar.accbrditts to ti.tp'.an how m i-ir
tittou, aud far lie vjtett txp-.tcitlj vcured
bet tit r th-- Atimiiit-iiaioii uiiUicoru t,
can havf no o h.r t I tiiina:bni tliua tb- viu
1 Lute MS.mid as i.n vi'ab!.-."
The tame view was tak n by Mr. f ilhona
an J Mr. Hunter, both It-adin; u-m-cratic
Senator?, who both voted with Mr. Bll
ajfainft the lill. Mr. Cuiol'x, during the
pendency ol the bill offcied the i llowirig
reso a ions :
Kext-ved, That to conquer J-e.iieo at. 1 to
hold it. either as a province or t- iu.q-i-raie
it ia the Union, itoul tie incnnsi-ti nt
wita the avowed otjj- ct f ir which the war has
been proK.cu ted; a d?pi'.rture iroru the n t
tied ohcy ot the Govei4irr.nt; ia c nSic;
with it character and niu.; and ia the
end fcabverstve of our free und popular ic
atituitons. That no line of policy ia the
lurtb. r proecuiion of the war snould b
adopbrd which may Irad to co.-jut ncus
He also ppoke aga"n?t the bill, sayir.g
among other thin :
'Alter a very careful examination, I have
not been able to find a tingle ayumciU ick.ii
tit my cpinkon, tcvutd juttiiy tht pits-iyr tt iK 'u
hill at tkis tune, and undr w';y eirciinnru:ts.
But I not only oliict to the parage of the
bill at this tioie, and ui.d'-r ixitia circum-
Btances. but I take bibber ground. ant op-
pottd totke bdl wu!(r all eirxar,isHzct!.- 1 wi.Ulil
have Voted agaiu?t it if a treaty b d not been
m'!e, and lor rea.n- th it are to mystlf con
elusive, and which I will now proceed to
Mr. Helmut tpoke to the pa me general ef
fect in a speech of de cided ability agaln-i
the bill, and for simiiat reasons. This is th
uni and pubstnnce ot Mr. Bell'3 course m
the Bulject:Of tae Mexican uur, and is a
complete retutaiiou of all charges ugaim-i
him of infidelity to the army or to the intei
eeU and honor to the count rv.
A Correct Sentliueut.
Th" Whfg Party, Sou:V, "as a mas., are
more united and sounder on t'le qtie.-tioa ut
the Union than the Democratic party. An
t . - ' i;
The a'vive correct sentiment was uttered
on tbe 23rd of November, 1850. at a public
meeting in Nashville. Mr. Ewixg Lad but
recently returned fr.im Wxshiugion, where,
in the discharge of Lisduiiea in the session oi
Congiess, memorable for the passage of t!
Compiomise measures, he had learned bov
to appreciate the-spiiit which govern-d th
leading men of both thed mocratic and whi.
parties, South. 'Hi- kuw- hat he said wr
tree. Ample evidence of the fatt had beei
given him in the struggle to adjust the d fh
caltiea which then tbieatened to destroy tht
Applied to the ConsittutHnal U"ion P..rty.
and the Brrckiiiridg- Viuciy Paity, tbe s;u
timent of Mr. Eio is nut le corrct no
The democratic pa'ly as represented by ih.
laction with which Mr. Ewio is now acting
does not txhibit aay improvement sinc
18o0. If anything, it exhibit less son id
oeM on the question of the Uuioo. Ia 10
there waa evme cue ol discont. nt. lb
South bad been called upon to sacrifice, mm
did sacrifice. Borne of her rights ia the ter
ritorits acquired from Mexico. Lut, at ti.is
time, tl eie is no sub tauiLl cause for do
Coutrot; jctj-'Vll over the Suth wo beat
tLreata ol disunion, and have e n prepart.
lious made' for. disunion. And for whai
cause? Simply, the t4t ction of a Republi
can lf tbe Presld ncj in accordance with
the Constitution and the laws. And Mr.
Ewrxa ia fonnd actinly and zealously co
operatiog wi h thoeu who propose to consum
mate this relelJioQS and treasonable purpose
Si. bam in aieof the most atimable ueib'l.lorhooti8 I
a the city. -j f
North succeeds ln electing if, candidate for.
the 1 roitenc y. it etrikes us. that, as a
ITOOU L nlOQ man n-! t. .,. 1 r n ll
wiiicn we Kqw Mr. Ew-
ht ". . '
ht to be : supporting either
Lnion ticket, or the Dong-i
.uit.u vt7 tUUW Jl r, iW-
ixa to be--he oaht
us und Mr. Bkll patriotxallv !
co-operated ia 1850, in the adjustment of the !
4iiioDg-hirh gd7e 80 much troable then; ! j
and there is no Talid reason why he fehonld ;
nt mitain Mr. Bell now, to prevent a re-
silt which unsonnd r.u ,.r tfca ;
utulWIBW tt UK l
Olllh d"lari. t, -11 . .
aouia dtiare they will renst eveu to the
disruption of every tie which binds the Union I
The X.uion Electoral 1 lcket
electrifies oar friend everywhere, and
a-t ucils 'U7 euernie-. What they prounucf-d
impoiU.', already exists. Union for th ml
cf the Ittion.
It i fun to pee R-pubUc tubui, Abolitira-is-tn
and all the ina wLine, and wince, and
wail. under thin Union. We are all "sold,"
;i!l -cheated." ail -'a set of ra.-cals i'C , Ac
Bui. clos the ranks. and march on.
The Commun e ot F.ft en, acting ou be
half and lor the great meeting at tht; Cooper
Institute, had aiuiiher meeting on Saturday,
to make arrang- ments for a grand ratiSea
iion m eiing at the same place. That meet
ing, we understand, uill b- calUdon Mon
day evening next, October 8 b. Not cnly
I ihe Bell and Everett clulK.und committe. 8,
Ixit Tamm ny and Mozart II .11 Mill join in
making the tiein !i;iHt;nii one evtry way
worthy i f the cau-e ai 1 the KCasiou.
We learn, funbi-r. that the Douglas Stale
Central Committee have sdvis-d tlie Cooper
Institute Committee that tbe EUcioral tick
et, as rev L-td, meets with thf-ir upproval
though they cannot srii'ak definitely, as yi-t,
in rifci to the ie.-:iiati.;u X t.-Laucellor
Walworth a-J Elector ut Large. But. as Hon.
H- cry S. Ii tud.'ll has accvpL the posiiian
a:-tigti'-d bin by ihe Union ta.?et!ng commit
te -. tiiore U bat iitile doubt tt. at. when the
Uonglaa coiniijiu.-e agsii ni'-et loi final ac
tion, ( Wedriel iv.) tfc'tickl 'jk ' tiow
stands, w-11 brcorJiallv enoors d. .V. 1".
tj;. ., 0:t. tl
Two Ui'SiH.itt Thousand Dollars Wos.tu
ok Pnoi-aarT in" Makkkt. We rtgTot vr
mucli thai our friend. Gen. Cornelius Robiu
iHn, is tf.Ting Lis valuable plantaiion.-i and
negroes lor eaie. He is "digi!fe!ed,"? he says.
vili the submission policy of the Swuth,"
and is deUrnuiitii to convert hisnropei tv and
Tliis will he the course of bund;U of true
rr.'-u t.'ie ot the South it in ca-e of
Line iu't- ekction. the Souih cowers like a
Hound We kuow Wu that uie preparing to
leave, l-c-cauje they ni'il not rear i heir chil
dren in "a sub)!!!'..'.".! teclion.'' Montgomery,
Aye, and we d -ubt not, there ar bun'
diet!;, cf other Gen. Roijixsons in the Soutlr
blusferiag a!xut a "subjugat' d sec: ion who
will, so soon as they provoke civil war, sell
out aud leave
Down on the rorelsner.
The n u. William L. Yancey, the Liad
ai..d li r. u t of ihe Bnckiuridge party, was
pirticulaily severe, in his speech tbu other
.irtit. on ib-i foreigneis. who come to this
coun;ry fr.-m Eun pu. He said that they
wre ait AlH.liiioiiists. and that neatly all ol
toem settl. .1 in the N ribern States thus
giving the North i decid-d preponderance
ov--T th',-Sou til. liirhitiond Whip.
The Iowa Mes-kxoer is the name cf a new
paper just star.td at Muscatine. Iowa, which
flies the Bell and Everett flag -.t its mast
head. It enters the arena wit a bold and
d ishing m. in, proclaiming itself the only na
t onal paper pubUhtl ia the State. We
wi-h it. no les than the c.iae it advocates,
t J-.' aiu'.ei-t succc?.
From the Memphis Api-eal
Gov. Johaiaon ott tle lnnip in Tftt.
N'.ver, since the opening of the present
c-iuvasr, has a h-avier blo.y h;. u givei ;o
Vaiictyisni th.m l-y ANDittw Johnson, iu hi-
rtcei.i -j eeciies at Nashville and Wi.iches-t-r.
in this.State. O it of lh-,- liowels of the
r. ce-f'mn I any ha -.u 1 st sprnnsr the fatal
se. d of its own 1 -trnctton. In the conduct
of tiii ln-asie.! champion ol the lndieis we
have another exemplification ct SaTiisv de
t o ii ing bi o a ii cbildr-n.
G-.v. rnor Jouwx's long silence and stu
linus iioo-C"m:iii;tali-iu upon the ir::es le
f.ae t:. C- uairy. l-ave in-pired the public
mi'id with iio s'i;hI1 degree of curiosity e
sf i d:ni h s nr-iiion. Tbe announcement
.f it. lardy a- it is. has created a terrible fl i'-
teriog atid coi.t.ision in tbe rants t. tnesec-a-eis.
He inaKes the acknowU-dgeincnt that the
iaUii:al il- nil cralic convention at Balii:nor
.v.isdi-rupt.ii una mere preliminary pws
l-uol organiz itiull, and wA vj-on a qutt iou
of piineiple. Tni ut once sweeps away the
vi iv Lasts oi liietKtnriOzei.-m, ami proves a
d. atbly bl.-.v at ibe factious conduct of the
b it -rs. H fb-nnuueed the territorial issue
hs a were abstraction, and as not being a saf-Sc'e-it
cm-e ot division in the racks of the
It mocratic party. While he thought that tht
Supreme Court had virtually decid'-d the
qses ion of Congressional prot-ctien in the
c-t-e of Drd Sc"lt. il teas not suek. a ra as tis
eoiitcnj-t Aid vmhr tht K-niasSr''ruia bill.
That was ytt to be decided.
He ino-t manfully vindicate! Senator
Douglas from ih-; iufumcu raisrepresenta-
liirn. that have ben heaped upon htm by
m- ndaciou atid iiiiscrupulous politic il slan
deitrs, stMling that be would stand upon tbe
decision ihe Supreme Cart touching tliis
l.-f :te vhe-itrer it tea m-tde.
Such is the pinion, of a man. who is in
daed the head and froDt of the Breckinridge
party in Tenne-see. Seeing, and most man
fully appreciating the decavin? fortunes oi
Viinceyism.be baa unequivocally u-sertid
-the unclean thiu almost at the eleventh
hour. Ills opinions, a enunciated, place him
at mice iu the ranks ot the National D-moc-raey
he has conceded every utve for which
we are c-jiiteuding, and repudiated every sin
gle ituportai.t and practical tenet in thecr-ed
ef the Vaucevite.-. We cone-aiulate Gover-
ii-ir Johuuu upon his eutrauoe into the true
Democratic t.lnii-cii aud tor the tK-n" fit ot
others who are now upon the mourner's
U-iith. aud deire to follow him, we w.ll
merely announce that it is uot yet too late
'-Whi'et'ie lamp holds out to burn.
The vilest liner may r turn."
OIl Joe'a IuUlanapolis Speeehi
0. d Joe Lam: recently brought up, ia hi
perigi i.iation, at Iudian ip di?, Ind ana, aud
mtide a spo ch. The Petersburg (Va.) Trw
Democrat, a Douglas paper, republishes tbi;
n in ukable effort of the "wandering orator,'
nxl comment" upon it as follows:
A DaMIXO'MKTO JltHlMrNT"' Old Joe
SpkaKS Oct. We iuvite particular attention
ih speech of Joe Iane. tbe SeCeder can
did ite tor the Vice Presidency, which we
publi.-h in another column. If ibe sentiment
l his speech are ihe seutiments of the Brt ck
nriilg- party South, we do not hesitate to af
firm that that party in the most audacious
-windle that ever disgraced politics -unwor-iliy
a moment's countenance at Ibe band of
honest voters. We upp al to the memory ot
vt-ry man in Virginia who has heard a
.li-et-kinride speech, or read a Bteckiuridg
paper, to know whether the whole burden ol
h tT wug has not been
1. Tbe prouctiou of slavery in the Terri
tories. 2. CiingTessional intervention to that end.
3. A protect agaiust the d'K trine that the
eople have tbe poaer to settle this question,
a tu itt r what the action of the Federal gov
rnmeni may b -.
Now, we challeosre contradiction to tb
preposition that upon all thr. e ot these po-i-intis
Joe Lne takes dir. ttiue with the
Jr. i ki. iridic piny, aud s ands ly the side eg
Dou jus. Y--u ui.-y attribute it to the pro-
erb al obtuseiieM of ihe worthy gen lemao.
r to the si. d ed ambiguiiy ot theBitckiu
dge PU'lorn , or to the aiiful deceptiou ol
ouibein Ln ck. midge oracles; but, to ha
ever cau-e. the l.Ct is uud niab'.e that Joe
Lai.e 1 dan.i polls. sich Contradicts the
othem view ol Br. ckiuiidget m in every yn
eul.r. As to the exieuetuu of slavery, he
It has b-n charged that tbe partywith
wi icu 1 bne ihe boa or to act d-sigu io em-pl--y
tue reu.ru I ooverniuent lor the ptoj.a
gauon of .Uveiy. Tht 1 deny. I dmy that
hoNjli 'Ul D m cralic pari desire li pi o
paga e slavery iu the 'leriitoriea. To Con
cede this would be to coucede tbai I belotig--d
to a sectloual party A3 SECTlO -AL
AS' REPUBLICANISM. I de;liu-e that Uie
parry witbbicb I act is neither an anti
ulavrry party nor a pro slavery party."
A to the power aud right, of Congress to
intervene, he is. if porsibL-j, si ill mora expli
cit. Ju fge DougUs has never said auyibing
on tb a ubpet a shade stronger than the fol-
I lowing bom Lme'a speech:
TrUge L.mOCr3Cy "-"
iif.y yiv.-KV. -yZJZ"
I t me say a lew word?: If they who make
"J8 charge will read Mr: Breckicrid-nTe le"- .
T Ol annpnlanpa anil nir lotter nf iuanl.
.ttcjiiauce, aim uiy icuer ui aeoepi-
nce, they will there s?e clwly dpflned the
toctriue of XOX-INTER VENATION WITH
!HE SUBJECT OF SLAVERY OX THE
7 - , ...... . . . v. , -.
- ART OF CONGRESS. We brieve that
'Uere has 1508,1 a,ready to mocD legislation
ana l :,,a,,OD- 60-
"l feuve halt Id and always will battle
-vinrt ANY KTERFEREXCE OX THE
. . nil Ml . . . . . , , . . . r-rrr.
1 JF iU.UtttaS Willi lilC 6LIS-
SFjUT OF SLAVERY' IT ia A stTTRJECT
VITII WHICH CONGRESS HAS NOTH
i SCw TO DO." . .
And lastly, as to the power of the people
i i Betlle this question as they please, be goes
; bow-shot beyond Doagia, for be contends
'r the right of the people ef a Territory to
ecide the qtcrttoo of the constitutionality
f the laws, not inly ol Congress, but of their
own local legL-Iatnre ! We are free to admit
that this h an absurdity which no urchin iu
America of a dozen summers ever harbored
!r a uionient; but -uca is the assertion of
the candidate of this enlightened party for
tht; Vice-Presidency. He declares, that al
thvngh Congress passed the Wiltrot Proviso
ia I he Oregon Bill, excluding slavery, and
ahhou h the locil Legislature of the Terri
tory under the Provisional Governmert had
par-gi-d law excluding slavery, ftill the peo
ple of the Territory of Oretron claimed and
exercised tb right to determine the question
fr tliemfeelvc. nfe aro his words:
"When I arrived in Oregon in 1848. slavery
exiWl there. Many persona had moved
thre from Missouri, carrying tbi-ir slaves
with them. Whea Oregon assumed the Ter
ritorial condition, the Wiluiot proviso was
tacked to the organic act; and previous to tUe
passage of Ibis organic act the people had
passed laws against slavery under, a provi
sional govei nm -nt. . But slavery cvHtinued to
exitt thtre vnlil the admission as a tituSe. The
neonle ar-rued. and RIGHTKY, that the laws
were unconstitutional, and consequently null
This is popular towreignty with a ven
geauce. We hope we shall hear no more ti
rades against "miserable squatters, out at el-
bo h, -the pensioners ol irovernraent.
while this great official expounder ot Breck-
tundgeii-m asserts the right ol the Oregon
sqjatters to pa-s upon the constitutionality
ot an act of Congress, and having deter
mined adversely, to proceed to set it uj-ibe
'null and void.'
Another Letter from II on. L. Jtl.
Auother letter appears in the public priuts
from the Hon. L.M. Keitt, of South Caro
lina. The ffist of the letter is that, '"if the
ELck Republicans succeed ia tbe comiu
el ction, the issues between the JTorth and the
South tciU be uithdraicn from the Ftderal arena,
and viuft be decided by the State thenistlvet, as sov
ereigns. In this contingency, my convictions
of duty are clear and well-settled. I shall
advise d.&anivn promptly. The Stales of the South
must take their own safety into their cum liartds."
Mr. Keitt proceeds to argue that the South,
in the event supposed, would he as fully jus
tified iu resisting the Northern majority as
were the colonies iu declaring their inde
pendence of Great Britain.
The fallacy ot the whole thing is, that
should Mr. Lincoln- be elected, it will not be
by a majority at all; but by the stubborn di
visious of his adversaries. Mr . LixC' LN' will
not obtaiu mere than two-filths of th'! popu
lar vote; aud if he is successful, it will be
through the instrumentality of the Southern
plotters of treason against the Union. '
DlkCUKkion nt Jackson.
On Monday last, Messrs. WiirrrnoaxK,
Taylor and Footu spoke at Jackson; Mr.
F. filling the place of Mr. Watt;er.sox.' " We
copy ibe following notice of the dl-cn-ion
frjm Ihe West Tennessee Whig: . .
At aliout 11 a o'clock, Mr. Whitthorne
opened tbe di-cussion in a speech of an hour
and a half. He took the usual chute of tbe
Breckimidge orators and any one who has
heard one of them, has beard tbe substauce
of all any of thcta can say. ; He. made a
r-maii u.gres.-ton rrom Hie usual course ot re
mark to insinuate- that GaV. Foote wtts a
ll-li man i;i disguise we guess lie will uot
repeat that, part of his speech in G v. Footo's
pr sence again. Wbeu Mr. Whitthorne had
gone through his time, Col. N it. G. Taylor,
the gallant and eloquent Bell EleCior lor tbe
Stale at large, arose to reply, amidt one of
the most enthusiastic greetings ever accorded
to any man ia ibis place. Without circum
locution or unneC'-n-ary delay he pitched at
oace inio the false, grounnless aud uutena
ble positions as-umed by Whitthorne, and for
tbe whole of au hour and a half, he' held the
large crowd there, spell Ixund by the match
less majiie ol his oratory and tbe iuexora
ole logic" of his facts. He showed the utter
uid hopelessi si rait to which tbe Breckin
ridge party was reduced; and apjiealed to
Le lovers of the Uuion, with .an eloquence
which drew tears Irom mauy an eye unused
to tbe melting mood. Hi3 speech was all tbe
mt ardent Irieudof the cause he advocated,
could asK ur d-sire. He was profound, elo
q lent, impassioned, and filled his friends
vith deligui; and cover.-d his opponent with
shame aud confusion, as with tt garment, j
Gov. II. S. Foote Douglas elector lor the i
occasion arose, and was greeted by repeat
ed rounds ol applause. He proceeded at
once to reply to ibe insinuation ol Mr. Whit
ihorje, that be wan a Bell man in disgnise.
We have been for full a quarter of a hundred
years, 'accustomed to hear political di.-cus
sion; but it was reserved for this day, for us.
t? witness the total, the utter unnihiiatiou ot
a boasted champion. We will not attempt
iiecause tbe effort wonld be fruitless to give
the powerful and v. ithet ing " points he made
upon Whitthorne. No mau not possessing a
cheek of brass, aud the hide of a rhinoceros,
could have eet still and r-ceived such a flay
ing, without evincing more signs of pain and
shame. He had just given tbe irate but bold
and eloquent little ex-Governor sufficient
provocation to arouse all of his native pow
ers, aud unless we are very much mistaken,
Whit will be slow to wake up that passenger,
again. When Gov. F- .!j bad concluded,
Col. Whitthorne f i to n join, and wu3
making such an-nbrt as a man hopelessly
swamped ia a quick-sand may be supposed lr
make, when a difficulty occurred between Uo
men upon the street, which effectually broke
up the further discus-ion very greatly, uo
doubt, to the relief of the 'speaker then ou
the stand. . i
Political Jen D'Eaprit.
The custom (prevalent in some parts of
our country) ot tut j Cling candidates for any
office to every vaiitty of inquiry wiih regard
to their course upon all possible and - impos
litrle questions, is thus satirized by a corres
pondent ot a South Carolina journal, the
Spartansburg Express : - ' -- --' -
To the Candiiites for the Legislature of S. Ci
If elected will you vote for a eufH.ieat ap
propriation, by the Legislature, to have tbe
Artesian well iu Charleston bored through to
the C-I'stial Empire, so that South Caroliua
m tjdrap through in the event or Mr.'Lin
colu's election ?
In the event that tbe, African Slave trade
is not re-opened, will you lavor au appro
priation, by tbe Legislaiure, for the impor
tation ot monkeys to pick out cotton?.
Will you voie lor a law to prevent the
Aurora Borealiu from making its appear
ance south of Masaa and Dixou's line? '
Will you vote lor an appropriation to aid
in defraying the exp -uses of the visit of j the
Prince of Whales to the United States?
In the eveut ot your election, will you, in
accordance with tbe strict rules of political
conoiny, vote for appropriating the superflu
ous tras so freelv Generated by that body in
id of Professor Lowe's inteuded balloon ex-
eurion to Europe?
ir rl.-ct.d, which hotel will you stop at in
Which of tbe candidates fortlie'Legu-lature
Hn viin think v ill f-elected?
iu view ol the grave importanca of. the
foregoing quertioa. aud ibeneceesity of spe-
ci tic aud categorical answers to tue same,
-WiiHt ure too ioiuir to uo about it?''
Are you ia. favor of makmg auoto- 5imple-1
ioiib ot yours Ives as to answer an queeu-ms
which may be propouoOta. itvyou tuiougu
ir ti.R lust auestio.i is answered in the af-
liruiative. we nn at with emphasis the omin
ou question, 'T"Lat are 'you goTng"t6 do
about it? ' :
j - "rrFTir Dir--'-;:i--'-i
Sweepstakes for three year olds, ' two mHe
beats; $20u subscription, $100 forfeit, (50
declaration, twenty five sabccribers; three
sutrtcl Bettie Ward, Solferiuo aud Sailor.-
A. It. Richards' b. f Betlie Ward, t years old by ' "
Lexingt n, dam by W'ua ebon.. 1 1
J. M.Oay, (Z. Ward's.) b.c tMilor, S years old by
imp. Yofk.lure, dam Heraldry, by Herald..... 3 2
Joi ti B wU't b c ouerino, 8 years old, by Import
ed Yorkshire, dam "t Mary, by Hamlet.. .... J
Itrlnjluytbem to tUelark.
The fulh.uiug qii- stions are being generally
pronounced to the candidates for tbe Legis
lature of South Carolina . , . .
1: If -Mr. Lincoln Is elected President of
the United States. will jou support, a South-.
crn Confederacy J
2. Ii all the boutbern routes will not co
operate fur such Confederacy, will you sup
port a Uonfeaeracy or two or more cotton
3. It two or more Cotton States will not
form a Confederacy as above, are yoo for sub
mission to Black Republican domination ; or,
a call of a Convention to decide upon tbe ac
tion of the State V 5 c ;
The firel two, as far as we have seen,"" are
uniformly answered in the affirmative, and the
first clause in the third iu the negative and
tbe latter in the affirmative.' So that the po
sition t that State is not iu any donbt what
GRAND UNION' RALLY
JBASKETt DIft'X J3.U,. - ,
, , - . , ' i ..A .
16tU October, 1860.
Thirty-three Voting Ladies-will be-in the
procession, bearing appropriate banners re
presenting the thirty-tbree States of the
Some of the ablest speakers in the State
have been invited, among whom are Gov.
N.S. Brown, John F. House. Uiin. Robert
llatton and many others. Come everybody.
The Ladies are especially invited .
Recipe yor. Impbovlvg CipER. ThetoRow
tug recipe'from the Ohio Farmer i worthy of
Let the new cider from sour apples (sound
and selected fruit is to be,iTef.md) ferment
from on-.- week to three weeks, us the weath -
is warm or cool.. When.' it . has i-i led o
lively fennenUttioitadA to each ..ja oi.e
quarter ol an ance;of sulphate lime. Stir
the powder and cider until intimately .mixed,
and return tbe emohdon to tbe fermeHing
liquid. Agi ale briskly and thoroughly lor
a tew moments, and Nen let the cider settle.
The fermentation will commecco at once.
Wb n, after a few days, the cider has become
clear, draw off aud bottle carefully; or remove
the sediment aud rctnru to the original ves
m;l, .If loosely corked, or kept in a barrel on
dranght, it will retain its taste as astill cider.'
If preserved in bottles, carefully corked,
which is better; it will become a sparkling
cid'jr, and may be kept indefinitely long.
StrsPEXsiox of tue Aktioax's BAXK.--The
city was thrown into considerable 'pduffc'yes
terday bv the sudden announcement of ihf;
euspension ot the Artisan's Bank, from which
institution the City Chamberlain, Mr. Piatt,
(who is also .President of the- bank,), with
drew the citv funds, and deposited the 6ame
iu tbe Park 'Bank. It has been known for
sometime that the Artisan's B-tnk was in'
some difficulty, and it is a fact significant or
the tim s, that its troubles did not arise from
any legitimate commercial cuusc,but from
purely political circumt-taices-r--"- 1 1 J1""'
aid, Oct. 3. - - ' '
Poor Bkeck. The Louisville (Jefiereon
county, Ga.) Gazette 6ays: The streugthof
the Presidential candidates'in 'our town is as
' Bell -t--22
Breckinridge '. '. .. .. . 5
; Douglas ix Texxessee. The fusion offered
by tbe two Douglas electors in Tennessee and
accepted by tbe Breekiuridge men, has been
rejected by tbe Douglas leaders. Still the
Douglas cusses and some of their leaders ate
acquiescing atid uoiuer for the Breekiuridge
ticket. Montgomery Mail.
r The MM Is .drawing on its fancy. The
Douglasjnasses are not made ot the material
that the Mail's article iudicates. Tbey are
standing up faithfully to "ye Little Giant.'
Florida Election. '
1 CoLCMDuo. Gi., Opt. A Rut. few counties
Uave Uen heard from. The indications are
favorable to the Breckinridge ticket.
Election iu Georgia. .
i The following is the result of the'election
in Richmond connty, on the 3rd inst;. lor
Senator and Representative in the State Leg
islature, to fill the vacancies occasioned by
the resignation of Messrs. Miller and Rhodes:
' ! FOR SENATOR :
John Davidson (dem) 823
John K. Jacksou (Bell).... 716
FoR representative :
0o. T . Barnes (dem ) . . .. ....... J.. 9 04
Y. P. Crawford (Bell) 593
Vf. Dickinson, (dem) 47
; The atiovnve is not official, b?.t is believed
to be correct.
i In ih- eleclion last year ler Governor the
vote of Richmond County stor d for Atkeu
(.)pp ) 1 110 and Brown (D-ra.) 8D4 Oppo
sition m-jority 216. Now the Democratic
majority in tbe Senatorial election tu 107,
Ttiis is tbe first time we believe that a Dem
ocrat ever carried that county. Union Sf
i Whilst the Union and American was writing
about the above election, it ought to have
added that the two democrats elected are
Davgla men ; and that Dickinson, who got
all of forty seven votes, is a Breckinridge man.
The vote 6hows a heavy falliug ofi" In No
vember all the voters will attend the polls,
and then Bell and Everett will carry the
county; but how many votes will Breckin
ridge cret? :: ' i ' ' :
Russell Houston', Ej., made a speech at
Sbelbyville last Mantlay, .Tho; Shelbyville
Expositor says of it :
,-Mr. Houston' spoke first: and we regret,
most deeply, that we possess such poor and
feeble abilities as to be entirely unable to
Kive our readers even a faint idea of thai
speech, and the wonderful effects it produced.
St Bice it, that it was tbe ablest effort we
ha ve beard during ;the canvass, and thai
is saying a vast d.-al in its favor.' but no
mote than what we conscientiously believe
tu be sti ictly true. He dealt principally in
f.u:ts plain, stubborn unanswerable facts. And
presented the trtttn in such a plain, wnvar
uisbed manner as to be clearly aud distinctly
uC'derstood hy the narrowest, dimm-sL; moM
otjcure intellect under tae so'uud of his
Garibaldi axb the Pops ix the U. S.
A' festival is to-be behy In- Baltimore to-day,
oy citizens of Italian d'-scent. and all others
in favor oT the ' independence' of Italy, the
proceeds ot which are to be transmitted to
The came paper which contains this an
nouncement slates that the 'Collections lor
tht! Pope, in the diocese of Baltimore, now
aibouuis to S13.232 61. ' .'. , ;
Facts like tbese show how possible it ia
for people of the most opposite views and
feelings to live together in oue country with
out quarreling. Ve Could' have 'no belter
illustration of true liberty, nor a better proof
of capacity for the enjoyment of liberty, than
these quiet expressions of popular Sentiment
In diametrically opposite directions. A. T
Lxprtss. . i
1 - " - -. , ' i
Bo3ToN, Octi5Tbw ofQoerof Ulro elave
boik Orion were seutenced , to day in tbe
Uuittd States Court lor being engaged in the
fclave trade as lullowa.: v i . t r.'it.ioo
. Thomas Morgan, part owner of the vessel
and her commaudir ot the time of her .cap
ture, waa n.iei z,uuo and to be impnsouett
two years in jail.
By. oa.,J, Chamber luiu was sen fenced to
impnsonmeut in jail for two years.
Wm.Duuham to imprisonment in jail for
21 months. ...f.i : : . . Viii.aii
On Tuesday evening October 2d, al Norwood r the re
sidence of the bride's father, by Rev. Dr. Hanucr, C
H. BRECK, Fjq., of Richaiond, Ky., and Miss BETTXE
IXJRU, only daughter of A. H. Ford.
i (From the Dover, X. n. Gazette.)
Da. RjcaaKOeOx 8 DnrEita hi otur columns may be
feuad aa advrtiataDi.tf Sherry Wine BiMtrs,' pre
pared by Dr S 0 Richardson, of outh Reading, Man.
They are, as said to be, undoubtedly composed of a va
riety of valuable anil purely vegetable matter,' and
from oar own experience, as well as others, wo caa
speak highly of their renovating and invigorating tf-
lecta upon the syklem. Wo have a good opinion of the
Bitters, as they are not a quack nostrum, but discover
ed, rveiwedi and, vended by. a jwuUt ai;tiu
. c f """" w BWMvev
aaUt !ut little In tboraLf T.ffitjjjth?tn.li;ns!f, J5t.
leave it to those who try them to Judge themael ves
For the rtifiwa I hat many are liable to in ibe Spring
and Summer, Bach as Debility" Dyspepsia, Bil'.ioua ami
Xervous complaints, we da not hesitate; to say. hat
these Bitters will be found a safe, agreeable and e3eciu-
-ai re&lor&iiv As goo& ltailh is m-ot'the- greatest ot
earthly blessings, we would early alvUe those labor
ing ander such disease, to biatf :i lrikt of Dr Hitjartl-i
sou's Bitters; they caa doF uoliacxa. and may 1 ciuchi
good. aswe are confident In many cases they have.
Vegetables and vegetable mMlcinde are "unquestiona
bly the most consnial to the baaiaa systi'ui.
, i - octl-1
i . . - - - . -
f Fbksh Ccm Asa WotsDJ. These arc accidcots which
all are subject to, more particularly the mouhanica aiid
operators hi factories. ..This : class should 'never lew
without Dr. S. A. Weaver's Cornte. . It will relieve
sooner and heal all such injuries quicker than any ar
ticle ever made. By having it bytheja for; umueUat
uss, much time and sulfuric g may be saved.
It is sold by mdicino dealers gonoraTly. ' . x
- '- octt-(ilra
fEnnY DAVifa' raw Killer Is one of the thousand 4
and one medical preparations put out on sale which.
bw a rare degree of merit. Consequently, while
many other inedicinea soon sink into theur primitive
insignificance, and are forgotten, the Pain Killer is
persistently and successfully establishing it3 own last
ing reputation Muhaurk Vatltg Kegittrr.
MUl-XIiK It LTERETT. . : '. - - .MasacEKS.
.llonday Cveulug, Oct. 8, I860,
The performance will commence with the wonderful
Geman production of
FAUST AND MARGUERITE.
Mrphistopiiiles - Sr. J. B. ROSEBTS.
T. conclude with the great
POLITICAL. PllIZE FIGHT!!
None. Ou and aaeriimvtayj Oct. 1, the Curtain
, or 1118
Financial foaililioa cf tliOcrf oral ion of
To tke CU) Council of the OUy ofSaihriU: :
Iu obedience (o the TawTtlic TJocorder anil Treasurer
beg leave to submit the following statement of the Fi
nancial Condition of the Corporation, showing tbo re
ceipts and disbursements fur the paat year, the liabili
ties for Ihe ensuing Municipal year, the condition. of tho
School Fund, of the tfiukiu Fund, and the araouut of
the Funded Debt : . t
, I, l:L :-. RECEIPTS. Ti l! .ii; I
From A. Xclson. Revcono Collector.. ... . ...$102,825 feO
-' J. L. Glenn. Water Tax - 34.37 US
W. A. Glenn, Recorder for Liijenses -"
and Fines'. .................. ... 1 1,232 55
- Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad,
luvidend on Stock ,., . 15,753 00
- . R. A. Cola, Vhar MaOer : a. t i.- 466 12
J. L. Dortch, " 4.&03 6J
.1. Shaw Ttvar -SI Clerk'Of MArket .. . , 4.373 29
' County Court Clerk Tippling Liccnso 1.802 50
. nt, Hii-fjiinted. .."-..-... i . 32.081 5
" Sale of Stx:k in N. ii C. R- R 14SO00 00
Outtandine Checks ;- .... v.. 2S,o23 7 :
', - STREET DKPAKTMEVT.
Ordinary ExDcnsw .516,104 0
Contract viz: McEwen Street
-- " Front st. So. Broad
-1 Wharf street
342 20 ;
ssta 6i '
3.4-5S 60 ' '
4,528 53 8!.C110!)
" Carroll street ... .,
" Ash and Fogg .
: Pak " ...
Spruce street. .... .
,: iiouth College street
a'ATER WOKES CETaBTMEXT.
Onlinary Expenditures... $18,8.2 31
Paid Gmy le inrrni. :. . j. . lu.uuvow ,
Paid for Water Pipes, &c.-. .. ; 18, W14i a&S3 .9
1 dm 1 1 1 1 ; , j.raLi uii . ........ ,J
SliSCElA OEOUi DEP.UtTMTXT.
Miscellaneous Expenditures S2.218 To
... Old sy tern 9. 796 '9 f . l-i 5oc''J
lvJ t 7.-t skit snASS f
j . '
15.551 78 - .
Slave.. .i . .". .
11 .238XS 40.589 51
: 720 80
lbi 60 -, :.
2.b88 46 . ;
12J30 43 ,
4.354 56 26.055 43
1.302 71 . . ci
Market House .-.
Hospital ... .f
School.. . ...........
Interest .:r. H. .-.K1.
t 'i 64-093 22:
Hi.nd Anc 14 bonds oaid Pa.Ins.Co 44 .000 00
x W-. r Ala- R--R "3,10 110,100 oi
Sinking Fund Ajm; 38,70116
Uills iwyable .' 33.061 11
Outstanding Checks nt beginnig Muoici- '
pal Year 2767901
Rbiance to credit of School Fund, Oct. 1, 1859 $21560 61
From A. Nelson, Reveuuo Collector .. ...
30 609 ;s
Amount paid out by Treasurer $37,976 57
due by Corporation to School Fund 18 i59 73
from Treasurer.. . .
Amount on hand Oct. 1st, 1859. . .
set aside by law... ....
from sale of Stock
. . $320 65
.. 43 60
.. 34.206 91
LIABILITIES FOR MUNICIPAL YEAR,
ENDING SEPT. 30, 1860, ' ., .
Bonds to J. D. Hadley, past due. . . . ... .' $10,000 00
: Union Bank, due 10th Nov. ; I860.. 10 000 00
Bond to Planters Bant, W. & Ala. Railroad.- 8,730 25
Union " - " " 8.i84 62
. Planters. " - pas dae 3,7302a
JCote to W. L. Nance, past due. ........... i 1 5O0 00
James Vaulx lor W'trarf rent 250 00
" X. A. Downs, past due. l,73 3u
" M. Jacker ft Co., " 600 00
' T. M. Brennan v. - 630 00
' ' Neafer & Leri, Steam Fire Engine. ; 1,760 00
! A. B. & E. Latta, - - 300 60
i " Ellis & Moore, Water Pipe 1.70419
N'otes Diacounted. . .. . - 10,000 00
I For Negro h ire 4 ,361 60
Due School Fund-.i. ..a., a."" .19.4I48
Outstanding Checks '. 2S.023 17
i . . . -
Iatercst duo in New York..
. $113.310 86
- " J129,810 66
' The above is; exclusive , of the, rdinary oximnses of
the Corporation, all of xehich is rcspectluliy submitted.
. W. A. GLENN. Recorder,
j J. M. SMITH, treasurer.
iThe Finance Conunitte have examined . the Books of
tbe Recorder, aud. the vouchers and. receipts of the,
Treasurer and arusalislled that then-accounts aud the
lo-egouig statement are correct. ni .-
Sept. , I860- ..... ... -.. i
FUNDED DEBT OF THE CITY.
Bands of the Corporation issued the "aih-
rviUo & Chattanooga luiilroad Co., in 1849 f 500 ,000 00
of. which $100,000 i3 duo 1st April,- lseo ' ;" :
I 100.OO0 do do " do ' 1878 1
( - loo'.ooo - do do' tto'l?s75'"
.1 loo.ooo do do .' do" 187T
j - : iuo,oo0 ": do " oo do 1879 t
Binds issueu to Water Works, and held by ' '-' '
ftlie Union Bank, of which there Talis aue"' ' " ' '""."''
Nov-10, lJU....vr j.....t2D.000OO'. 1
Tails due Not jO,lS65.r..,.j. attjOOOOO 40,000 00
CCiy improvement Oouus, issuctl 16tu Oct.,
iS52. aud railrug due 16tn Oct. ; 18S2. 60.000 00
Bonos tasuod tor the purchase ol -acbool Lot
ot E. H. Ewing in 1853, aud due 2oih of
February 1883.. ,t.... ;...........' 10,000 00
Bauds, issued to purchase Wharf Property ' .
in South Xashviuej 1st Sept. 1864, ami -jast
due.i . ,.;w. ..... . ; : . . . . 10.000 00
Bauds issued for purchase of grounds adjoin-' - - -'
Sng Reservoir, dated Jan. 1, is67,and due - -' ,p
)Jau. 1,1863..... 6,500 00
3b the Oil Council of Aasarvr? .- Your .Finance
'Committee uerewita present - tho usual Annual Ke-
pqi t ot tne Recorder ana Treasure. ' rum w-nicn it wiu
ud seen that (here has been a railing off m the amount
tit 4he Revenue received as compareu with the preceed-
uig year, on the other band the expeauitures nave
iwn larcielv increased, uarticularly in tne street depart-
iturtmeut, resultHig in part by work orored to-bedone
oy voutract by too City Council. Tue liabiittiea-of the
corporation wnich are due and Calling aue -during the'
incoming Municipal year amount w ijcs,oiv oq, it uku
exteeus tae amount which cau bereanzeu frem the un
paid taxes on the Revenue Collector '8 books oy more
uiin tnirty thousand dollars, which will consume more
than -bail' "the Revenue arisiug from other 6ourees, leav
ui$ very little to defray the ordm y-eKpeusesut tue
ciuy. ihe anaeu iwotot tne mrporiMiuu uhe oeeu re
duiued from $662,500 00 to $613,500 00, by the paymout
iA m,0M 00 tu tae Pennsy .vaunt Insurance Company:-
it win be seen that the amount to the credit of tne
Sinking Fund, recently established, Is $39751 16, a simul
.Mtriioii of wuicn nas oeea luvawu tu ououo, lurutcr
duin ot $62,040 00 beiuaga to this Fund arising from the
sale of too Jt. ti C. K. il Jstock, wmca wui make the-
ainount to the crwuit of this t una more tnan tloo.OOO.
tcspciluliy Submitted. . J- AL ll.t Vlll.liaA, . . .
Jasuvule, Sept. 29, 1860. . . Chairman.
! -T- . . 1
PSrf ATi si tta Snecial Anction Sale
GX Tuesday awning, Oct- tb, I860, commencing at
' 1 0 aV ai , litvj j . 'ali liuLuo tti wol sMtv the
nijl best bidder lor csh a iai ge assortment of ra-n gouus
but tght lor tne trade i4 Uus attyyaua eou account
of too house declining business, counts ting in part m
it mi a FruiUd Faaiarutf-ak, Plata Fancy, Dress iut,
Vit h and Freucli Silk fo.uis, swf-uimau rlakl Mohair,
Sulicr plain F.ejeO Matoeu 3 P aitod MarinoLa aa
Gal umtMi hated ait MtMAJbp. cibaw, uinH hu
Bo aiel Ribbous, Mantua bitiouoa tul ouHaa, M uite
Got ms. Hosiery, Hananerchiei, fcewmg tut, Xcou,
Hii h ortaia Ti lmniinire. with a treat variety of otuer
art icics, makiiut a m ta uabte-rftock wtiicft most bo-
Oi eu. . - r t
jBEXJ. JVfcHlLLlri CO. j
Dividend II oti.ee. - -
rp HE Board of Directors of tae Nashville and fttatut
4 nooga Railroad Company have this day declared a
sc kl-aauiail dlriaetid ef -three yvr cent, (no'sbie on and
ai -r the-lsta lust., at tbeotbce. ef tbe-Treasurer -iu
Na hville. . W. A. G LEAVES,
- ociS-liU -" . Secretary ft Treasurer.
The New Ytrl 1 ally Herald.
J.H.W(llllCES TEH'S ;
.-.in !nvn rftUTixii
.IV l o a a7 . i,
' 1IAXCFACT0RT AXD SALESROOM .
l w rr- n r
cokxee third -ij.- L.rJ;JLs: .
i G2 a quarter oi aceniury iau iitu .iu.u. "
4faoturcJ at tba above eslabiiilau-nt have ranked
aiug'lhf' first in the couuiry. v.u......-.
Strecgai.and delicacv of tone aud touch are Uigaiy ap
precialed by all who have (riven them a thorough trial.
The proprietor, bv giving his personal attention to the
mmufacture of eiuJi instrutueut. tu alt its details, is
enabled to guarautec superior excvlnee aDd reliability
iu every resict. , j j . s ; t , I i " tmfo-o c
Jr N OT I C E !T
W-E bare tbts d,rr sntdwr rntire towtwl in the
,--Uott,- fewtioaerv and Pcrwda-ai Busmess.
.-mi. o inion street to Mr. juhn T. Ilu.in and John I
M. tireeB.who win contiiiBa the bus ait s at .the" sain
phirm. nn-e the vle of tireeo kCa, ' - -
, . - , . JoUXSoS A- TRLANOF. .
Ou reur ui from this bouk bosiuess,' we retnrn our
sincere ibauks lor the Lbaral patronage bestowed upon
us, and tuke pleasure in rucomm -ndin our successors
iiiysunjr men uf tsperieace ia the busuwss, and wor
thy ia even- way :t lie rttufi ienco of the people. , . ,
; a, w. john'soX. Jr..
; oolC-tt t--i f ' . . JUILS O. TRfcASOR. .
"-' NEW, JIOOKS. ,
JTST 12ECEIVED BT
(J R E E N & CO.,
i .o. ti Union Mrtct,
. . '. .'jf Joknso 't Treanor't OH Stand.) : t
The Woman in White. By Wilkie Co'lais.
Tbe Moiher-ir.-Iaw : A Tale of Domestic Lire, By 3Ir.-.
' Emma D, E. uf . S'uthvorth.
C'imi; or the Camilla Lalv, By Alex. Dumas.
ine HOUScnou ot couverie ; or mo xji.mt tu ioti . a.
Romance, By a Southern Lady.
N'-'mcsis. Bv Marion Ilarland, author of '-Alone,"
"Hidden' Path." "Moss-Side,-' Ac.
The Greatness and Decline ol' CT's Berottoau. From
tbe French of Houori tie rtalzae.
Wheat and La.tres: An Aunonymuus NVivel.
The Wild Slorts of India: With reiaarks ou the Breed
ing aad Rearing of HiTses, etc, '
The Kihth ruuiiuandmt-nt. Bv Cuiules TVade.
Ihe Sunuv fwutii: or the SDuiueru-r at ilouic. Iiv
l rof. J. 11. nigral an i. or Miss.
Tfarrativt-a and Adventures uf Travelers in Africa,
Lacour ou tut) . Manufacture oi Liquors, Wines, etc.
Juat rereired bv tJREERi & CO.,
S iccvs3ors to Johnson a. Tre;inor,
octC-lf. K...0 Inion Strict.
Naslivil.e At Cltattanuoga K. tt.
Layip?of the Comer Stone cf lh? IniYrrsity
of the coiilh.
ALL who wish to attend the laying the Corner Stone
of the: I'uiv.-TMtv ol" the tkiutu. at I niversity
Place, ou Wednesday, the loth of October, 1?60, will,
by yiug full fare" irom .iny station on the Nashville
aud Chaltunoopa Railroad to Cowan, be furnished with
a return ticket FREE, ou application to the Mauou
Many dUtiticafc:: - -ntlLnnen have been invited
aud are expected la be present. The oration will be
delivered l.ir the IIm .'--ha ?. Prci-tou. of Stiuth
C-rolina " E. W. COLE,
; -H)-t.I " . Supei-iutendeut,
FAHILI MEDlflSE OP. THE AGE!
X7"E ask the attention of the trade and the puhlic to
V V this loug and unrivalled
i FAMILY AISDICISC.
' fir the cur of Colds, Coughs, TTooi Stomach and
General Jtebility.- Injli-jention, Cramp and fain in
Stomach, B.uxl Complaint, Colic, liicrrhua, Chnlcra,
And for Fever and Ague,
' There is nothing better. It has bee.i favorably known
ror more man twenty years to oe tue
' ONLY SURE SPECIFIC
fjr the many diseases incident to the human family.
; Internally and Internally
ft works equally sure.
What stronger proof -at these facts can be produced
tlun the foliJwmg.leuerTeceived unsolicited from Ucv.
A. W. Curtis : . .
! Romeo, Mai comb Co.. Mich., July 9, 1800.
MESSr.s- J. N. 11 ARKiS & Co. ,
6Vt.-;t) .- The cuuuden'o I have in Perry Davis'
Paiu Killer as a remedy for Colds Coughs, Bums Sprains
and Khecnmisin. lor the cure ol whu.li 1 u.ive success
fully oaed it..iuducvs mft to cheerfully recommend its
virtues to others.
i A few months aeo I had recourse to it to ue-troy a
ft-lon ; although 1 iiad never heard of its being used for
tU.tt purpose but having suffered intensely from a far
mer one, und having uo other remedy at hand 1 applied
the Paul Killer lreelv lor anout uueeu inmutes at eve
ning, and rcieatcd theappliciitiim very briefly the next
morning, which entirely destroyed the felon, and in
creased rav coulidenco in the utility or the reiuviy.
TUu;a'UUii. . a. w. cvn.
-Minister of the Wrtlcyan Methodist Church.
I THE PAIN KILLER
has been tested in ererv varietv of climate, and by
J almost evcry nn,i,jn kn;,,vn to Americans. It is the
I . . :. : . - i .n ,-,.,a th ,n o.
oonslant coinoanion and inestimable friend of the in s-
sionnv and traveller, on sea and land, and no one
should" travel ou our LAKES or RIVERS WITHOUT IT.
; Bo snre vou all for and get the genuine Pain Killer,
as many worthless nostrums are attempted i oe sum
on the great reputatiou ot this valuable medicln".
j a"Liircctious accompanying each bottle.
I Siud by dealers everywhere,
i Price 25 cts. , 60 cts . and $1 per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS & CO..
Proprietors for the Western and Southern States.
; . Cincinnati, umo.
Sold bv W VT Berrv & Bvmovilleand Kwin, Pendleton
tt Co, Nashville, Tenn; S Manfledld A: Co, Memphis,
Tenn; J Wright & Co, scovil & Mead, New O.leanrs ;
Edward Wilder, Louisville, fcy, Joun n rarK , mciu-
sqm-nt Wm mtm,
t - - v '
The ' Celtlirateil .cw England Remedy
j"iiuniit, Fivtr and Ague, General Debility, ani all
! ttureascs ansingrcom a uisuraercJL xamgen .
j i'treror Boivels.
fflBEV are are used aud recommended by leading
'JL- Physicians of the country, and all who use them
pronounce them invaluable
I Dr James L Lcepcre writes irom Navarre, stark co,
6hio,-"T'he bitters art highly praised by those sufler-
uig Irom uolit;atliun, dyspepsia, and liver complaint."
i E S Davis, Postmaster at Villiamsiort, Ohio, says,
f inev give treat satisiaction. i use tnem mvseu.
Having- taken cold, become pro.-?ti ate and lost my appe
tite, le relieved me; aud I can recouicieud it with
arwt iwnurance of its merits." - .--
1 irr, ti m, ji. iv.err,oi jtogersviue, iuu., vt rues us xuai
tliey ar the most valuable medicine olfercd. He has
iwximmnidM tneinwitn great success, aud with them
ihade Eeveral cures or palpitation ol the heart ana gen
Ihonias fctaiuord, E3., Blountsvilie, Henry coInd.,
tj-riu-s us a long latter ando aate of- May 4,' Ho
aas much reduced, having been alllicted for three
jfcars with great uervous debility, palpitation of the
. heart .of -the most Kvereaud.prosLratinif character,
falXer usi.ig a few bottles. I was completely restored,
and am uowin ronusi .peaito," t 4 ..
i GeOige W. liotlman says he was auncted with bheu-
rtiatism for tweuty years in ail its various forms, and
at the date of bis letter he had been two years well ;
Uic Bitters cilecting a cure, uaca several physicians
attending him could do him no rood. He says. for
rheumatism, dispcp.-Sa, livpr complaint, kiduey affec
tion, or drousy. it is a speciHc certain remedy."
ij. W, Hunt writes from Delphois Allen co. Ohio, (a
ction where fever and ague prevails, . that he most
dhecrtuiiy recommends tnem oi decided merit in an
doses of lever and ague and general debility.
il, K. Gallehers, M, V., writes rrom I au Wert, Ohio,
I most respectfully recommend the Sherry Wine Bu
rs to the notice of all dispeptic persons, and to all
Who require a stimulating medicine."-
SUCH XtWS WE AUE RECEIVING DAILY.
FLLL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANYING EACH BOTTLE.
They are sold by .Medicine dealers generally.
Price 7i cts, per bottle.
J. X. UAKJUa k CO., Cincinnati Ohio.
Proprictoca dor the .gouihera , aud Westera tstau-Sj to
whom address an orQers.
For 6slc wholesale and retail by W , V. Berry & De
oville : Ewin. Iend;eun A: Co., and Rains & Brown 1
Nashville, Tenn,'; S, Mausdeid & Co., Memjihis, Tenn.;
Jl VTricht i Co., and Scovil & Means, New Orleans; J.
l Park, Cincinnati, Ohio; Edwaod, Wilder, Louisville,
iy vr- t t i tor t it
av in f-'fievitf t'i, . fi
VvA&iil&) auiiiyiitiH tv vvij
Produce and Commission
115 It C 13 A i. Ti S
. 49 COLLEGE ST., NEAR ES0AD,
feeed W lieat!
f B ACS prime carly VTh:tc Wheat
JJ 200 bags Mediterane;
pfessly for sued and for sale by
200 bags Mediteranean Wheat, selected cx-
CUJiRaD, CIIiEDLER ft CO.
Ioa met a tea R . -k-.. 1 itrti. 1. for aalo low
Rye.a.lfo. I ai
i mi " .
tiii L.i f-i,M tiiA ua
t03"R.VD, CHA1TDLER ft CO.
J 1 1
i . , ' . . u r iiii'iir.iii . . i . . ... . u . .uw
rtll tl - - " j
J 1 1 market, lur sale bv
roctft-u ; : . . C 'JSRtDi CIiAjilLut t C".
A I l BAGS Mixed Cam; -
4uo iUf White Ctd; -
oJO caeks Ojib: -
200 saoka C rn Meal;
- . 9 Uules liar;
'M- lib is l'.taloee;
. ho Bbis Onions:
LTiit rm-.i ved anu lor sale b V -
( r uf- r"iielT! ?hi.sTirtibie'nta eVerv dav oT thae
!-- abcA e afticies. . - .''"', ' '
Call aud Examine.
We know aro can please both as to
! --r--D., 'kK fi tin
;P.VV 1 II I II II isll ll IIIrN
l V 11- A. KM- HXXVMVl v aaar
vCAmTlAUY OF PHILOO-
BERRY & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
n-EMINli-S TOCABCXARY OF PniLOStrnY. 1 vol
8TO. WTXEK'S GRAMMAR OF KEW TESTAMENT DICTION.
1 voL 8 vo. - -
Pl'LPIT THEMES AND PREACHER A-SL-TAXT ; Out
lines of Sermons, by th author of " Hlps for the
' J'nlpit." 1 vol. U mo. -
HEXCSTEX BERG'S COJIMZN'TAKIE-i ON IXXLESIAS-
TES, &c. 1 voi. 12 mo.
KVKTZ S TEXT BOOK OF CHCRCH HISTORY Vol
1 Tbe Reformation.
BKOWXDE 5 COMMENTARY OX THE PRAYER BOOK.
, 1 vol. 8 vo. - .
A rLALV C0MlfEXT.VRT ON THE GOSPEL. 7 vols.
1-BFXCH'S NOTES OX THE lOEACLES.
ETSEBIX3' ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY. 1 vwL t vo.
GERLACH'S COMMENTARY ON THE PENTATETCn.
THOLCCK ON THE GOSPEL OF JOHN. 1 vol.
ALFORD-S GREEK TESTAMENT. 1 voL
V. T. BERRY & CO.,
ui-1-11 Public Square.
THE MOTHER3-IX LAW. A Tale of rome?tu- l.:fe.
Bv Mrs. Emma D. F. N. i-oulhwortta.
W. T. B. & CO. have also jul receivetl
FRENCH, GERMAN, SPANISH, LATIX AXD ITAIJAX
LANGCAGE4 WIlHOlT A MASTER. By A. H
Montciih. 1 voL
THE WORKS OF WASHING
-I cannot hesitate to rcdict for Lira a deathless re
r.owu. - - - In his pas0 we see that the
language of the heart never becomes obsolete ; that
Truth, and Good, and Beauty, the olfsjiruis of God,
are uot snbjix-t to the change which beset the inven
tions of men. We become satisfied that h? whose
works were tho delight of our Cithers, aud are still
ours, will be read with the same pleasure by those
who come after us." ll'iIZiaia CiiHnt Bryant.
A few setts of the beautiful Sunny-Side Edition,
Tinted paper. .lust nceived by
V- T. I.ERKY &. CO..
rept25 Public Square-
IV ASH VI LLK M KUCII ANTS
Don't fail to look to your interest by Adver-
tisina in the
THE first number of which will be issued on Fatur
dav. the 13th day ot October. The Nashville &
Northwestern ltailroad passes through this place, and
will soon bo comoleted. when a great portion ot me
trade of this place will be sure to go to Nashville, if
the advantages ot the city are placed Delore tue people,
fend ou your advertisements at once, and they will
appear in the nrst numoer ot tne paiier. Advertisers
need not wait to mate personal agreements, as we in
tend to adhere strictly to the published rales
Address no. u . adau",
octl-tf Dresden, Tennessee.
FAJLla AND WINTER STOCK
AND FUdXi;HTN3 GO0I8.
NO. 7 CEDAR STREET,
Haying arrived homo from tho Eaat, I
bee leave to inform my customers and
the public generally, that I have received
and am receiving a large and liandsome,
a-ao tment of
Which I am prepared to make up in tho wo?t fisltion
able stylfi. aud at the shortest notice.
Gents' tarnishing Goods oi an kuios ncyi consiaui
ty on hand. septiO-lm
Seed Wheat. Seed Wheat.
1 1 1 BAGS Mediterranean Wheat , selected express-
LJJ ly for ihe market.
Jimt received and lor sale
For Kent or Lease.
IlLiVEa good Brick Dwelling, with four rooms . .
aud twenty acre of exceUcnt land and plen f.;J
tv of eood water. I will rent or lease it from J'
ono to Jive years. Situated on tho NolensviUa lura
I n.te ailioiniiiir the corimration lice.
wiuaaa c. soott.
SCOTT 8s BROTHERS,
NO. 9 LOCUST STREET,
St. Louis, 31 o.
WE would invite the attention of our friends to tho
fact that there has never been any change in the
stj-le of our firm, and that there ia no probability of
being any ocia-om
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
Frontinar oa College and .tlarltet at..
' Soulhof Broad,
i 4ilsUMtlc, icutiv:333v-c.
600 baTes primf" Timothy just received and for sale
how by H A P.VBRIaH ft CO.
100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, iuri received and for
Sale bv - MA PAlUUSli ft lAJ.
4000 bushels Shelled Corn:
1000 " Far
J-ust ri-ceived and for sale by
M A PARHISH 4 CO.
100 bass Xo 1 Rye, just received and for sale cheap
M A PAR1USU ft UO.
100 tntfi-i Crushed Corn iut received - and lor sale by
M APARilp-H ftt
250 baas fine Corn M--.ii .
100 - Boll.nl -
Just received and for sale by M A PARRISH ft CO.
WHITE AXD BLACK OATS.
1000 bushels White Oats;
SOO " Black
Just rcccivedand tor sale by
M A P.VREISH ft CO.
200 barrel? Northern Potatoes, just received and for
sril" by MA PARKISH ft CO.
300 ba go Wheat Bran, just received and for a!eb.T
U A fAKKiiJ CU.
Most of the above articles arc on consignment, as
well as man v others not mentioned in the above list,
all of-which will bo sold cheap ia order to close con-
eignments a3 speedily as psible. Those w lining
gtouds iu our line would do well te call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Trnncssee & Alabama Kailroad
I WILL salL tight suaroa of btock, unaur orucr h
Court. at the court houe, oa Saturday tn -
; OctO-lt i. T. UttA'W; V. m M..
Duildms Lot! Viae Street!
UXDER order or this Court I propose to sell the
Evans' lot west side ot Vine atrect, and between
thai cli and Broad streets Front A teet, ceptn ui
f jot, and with a wide alley on oue awe anu nuuutt u
the rear. .. - .... , ...
I am also authorized to sen tue unmaivcr ti, au-
joiuuu; same. .
- The two iota tiiiucu ut-.uM w ...v . . . .
ia this case would have an alley all ai ound.
i Ihere is nt outer sac puce iy pnpcny imrreajor ecu.
ia this city !
Private bids will be received at my office, and the
property exposed to public sale at tha court house in
in is city on caiuraay , ucv. tu iyw.
Sale at ll o ckick precisely, j. t. ulcjiv fc, t.u
i i ' " ( i .i i . i
Valuable Lot on Vine Street)
IN ear t!ie a.itol.
BY virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville I will oner at public sale oa the premi
ses, on Saturday , -ct. 27th , I860, that large lot on wet
i side of Vine street, near the Capitol, knows as in ,
Shields property Fronts more than 20 leet, bat may
be divided to suit Durctutsera.
This is rood property, and well worm tue attention
of both those who want bo ldrng lot (or their own use
aed those bo want to uivest for profit.
Terms announced at sale. Sale to commence at ia
O'clock. lOCt.S, tdSi J. t- VvJ-M.
E xtra Fine Corn Jlleal.
a X ..it a av.1 soi.ilv iiut received perGteowooa
J A 1st. fl IT barrets of the cheapest Food lor Stock
iathemaikj. -. ts-j. . eiiitui m vm,
)unel4-U . .. . , as jwiuegeswcev.
f TE wiU rar th. nschast curk price for reathe
V BeeawaxGUiang, Pried r lard.lcJa
rLatn'r.Kn, maca;' ItiUaa as 5 Vermin Ung'
w. a. waixac;.
3I0HGAX & WALLACE.
T.itlie an GentUiuen'4 Fine
tlailm, feoc 1 and Soots,
ALSO . . -
Trunks. Valises & Carpet BagS
HO 16 PUBLIC SQTASE,
(At CalLeun's Old claud.)
- Xahvilie Teuaessfe.
tepllO-tf ' . . .
A Good Inreslmtut.
I AM cow offering tor sale, the place on which I re
aide, situated on the Gallatin Pace, about two miles
from the city of Xashviilo, containing 8?,' acres of rich
land oar of which are in a hit'h slate ut ciulivatuo s a
vegetable garden, in which there aro Asparagus and
Pie Plant beds, and quite a number of excellent Fruit
Trees. The iaiproverueals consist of a Beat framo
Cwulling house ilh kitcheu, stable, crib, cow shed, ax.
1 am aetertuined to seu anu win ouer una pau.-e at a
freat bargaai. For further particuiars apply to
scptll-ln No 54 Colkpe street.
PC - SCANT to a decretal order, made in the case
of X. C. Weems, Adm'r, ain nst Missouri N'ixnn
et. at. rendered on the 14th day of Sept. at CenterviUe.
1 will proceed to sell, on the 2ad day of November!
1S60, on the premises, a valuable tract of land, con
taining about 1,500 acres, lying on Lotterwood Creek
in Hickman County, together with a valuable Grot
and Sar Mill rrected upon the same. Ihe terms of
said sale will be upon a credit of one two and three
years. Note with pood security and hen retained up
on the property tbe purchased money, without the
ritrm ot reucmptioa.
On the same day, in Hickman County, in the eac of
Bolling Gordon, et. at. t. Andrew J. Gordtm. tt. al, I
will proceed to sell, on the premises , to the highest aud
lust bidder, tract of land coutainui 1S4 acres lym
on Duck River, the boundaries of whieu are described
in the pleadings nled in said cause. Said kind w'.ll be
sold on a credit of one and two rears with interest
from date of sale. ORVTLLE A . NTXO.Vf"
sept24-tl Clerk & Master.
Drj-Jiouds rcrj Cheap.
' AM now in receipt of my Ktree and well assorted
stork of saaple and Fancy lrvaoods. vrtucii I am
OllV-raig at very low prices.
As quick sales and small proilts is my motto. I am
willing to take up with tho latter to accomplish tac for
mer, aud will ofler great inducements to all who will
favor me with a call, especial! v to cash buvers. Come
and see for yourselves. 1AVU) HOli'HKEY.
sept21-tt No. 22 South side ol thei-qusre.
I have this dav. asriated with me in the Etx.a
business. MR. J. B. RUTLAND and MIL JXO. EAST
MAN. Nashville. Sent 1. 1860.
v. Hr.i, j. u. Rrmvn. jxo. nmiv
v. :vvt;.ix fc co.
LOOS SELLERS AND STATIOXESS,
41 College Street,
NrfsliV llle, lelLU.
A GOfin city made Family Curooche, but little uaed
for sale cheap by
BEN'J. F. SHIFXDS CO.
HAVING been appointed and qualified as Adminis
trator of the estate of bavid Sunley.sr., dee'd.,
all persons having claims agaiust said t-Luit-.- are noti
fied to file them with roe within the time required In
law or they will be forever barred; and all persou ul
debted to the same are hereby required to come for
ward and make pavmenl.
eepl4-lni Adm'r of Pavid fcmiley, si .
THE undersigned will sell one-half, or the whole ot
ToO Acres of Land, lying io Council's lieud, oa
Puck River, in Hickman county . Tenncesoe. aut fvir
miles below Centrevillc.
There is about 200 Acres of Land now ia cultivation,
and about 300 more lit for cultivation. It lias tl.w
lasting Springs on it, with buildings at each one a
comtortable Frame Iwellmg, with suitable utigro aau
other out houses. The farm caa be divided into thr
parts without injury.
If only one half is sold, one third of the purcha.-e
money must be paid in cash, the balanco on t.co etpml
annual installments. If the wliole tract is sold togeth
er, ono payment must be in cah, and the balance on
equal annual enstaliments from ono to seven years, a
may be agreed on. Persons wif-hing to purchase can
call and examine for themselves, or can fcet any infor
mation they mav wish by addressing
S. H. WTLUAMS,
uj;14-w2m CeuUeville, Tenn.
A Fine Mew Top Buggy.
WE have a handsome new Buggy for sale at
month time, tor satisfactory paper.
RVVI t- SHIH IK en .
sep-22-U' 27 College Street.
DR. F. A. KUEFFNER,
VUyslclau anil Snr?N.n,
Xo. 23 (up swirs) Cedar st. , Nashville, Tenn.
Office hours until 9 A. M., between 1 and 3 P. M. , aud
between 7 and 8 P. M.
References Drs. Heriug ft Lippie, PliilaJelphia, Pa.,
and Drs. Campari It Koehler, Louisville, Ky.
Chancery bales for Saturday.
October 27th, 1860.
Sale to take place in tie Chancery Court Roam, at Court
house, in the order of the adcertisetnents Oclvw, aiui to
be commenced at 10 o'clock jirecudg.
PURSUANT to a decree of tho Chancery Court at
Nashville, iu tbe case of John Mailory a. Jo.!:ili
Malkry and others, I will sell, on Saturday, October 27
186J, at tbe Court House m Nashville, the followine.
valuable property, to wit : The Mailory residence ou
SnUh Cherry street, tcilh 105 feet of ground (next to
Mailory street) attached. The remainder of this piece
of property, 179 feet, divided uilo Kris. Oue lot of 105
feet front on South College street.
TeuC3 1,2 and 3 years credit, with interest, (ex
cept as to catk to pay eotts and expcHes,-Khich ki.'I br
collected on house lot.) Purchasers to give notes with
satisfactory security , and lien to be retained.
sept5-tds J. E. G LEAVES, C. ft M.
rrRSTAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville in the case of Win. A. Whitselt, Executor Ac,
of Farrar vs. Wash. R. Lucas and others, I will st-U ai
the Court House In Nashville, on Saturday IktuUr 27
1860, a tract of 10 acres and 50 pulrt of lani, part of
the Lucas Farm, and being the same bought by Lim of
ItKMS. 6,12 and is months credit with interest,
and tale free from redemption, notes to have personal
security, and to be payable in the Bank, and lien to be
r eta inert.
Sept.6-tds J. E. G LEAVES C 4 M
rURSUAXT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, in the case Geo. D. Hamlet t vs. Wash 1:.
Lucas and others, 1 will sell, at public sale at the Court
House in Nashville, oh Saturday October the 27ih lSt,
the unsold portion of Weak K. Lucas' tract of lend,
which is known as tho Crutcher part ofhis whole t art.
Tho same consist intr of about 2V acres and lying ui
front of the Mansion House.
Ikkxs 1 anu 2 year credit, with interest and talu
free from redemtkn, purchaser to exeute satisfactoiy
notes and lien to be retained.
Sept.6-tds J. E. CLEAVES, C. ft M.
These sales continued over to SATURDAY, KTCRElt
27, 1860, when the same will take place al the Chancery
Court Room in Court House. ' . .
J. E. CLEAVES, C. ft M.
T U ii HOW
J 11 .
Tbe undersigned having the HOWE SEWING MA
CHINES m use m their tarn ili. and havmg tuorouehiy
tcetod them upon every variety of work, do not hesi
tate to pronounce thein the most simple, thcinot
easily managed, and, emphatically, the Pint
I'lira" of Sewing Machines.
Rev Dr Ford.
W T Cartwright .
Geo A Lcipcr,
A W South wor tb.
Mrs Lock hart.
WG Hougb. '
Mrs James Wyatt,
t R Caanpbll.
T M Brennan,
W L B Lawrence. -Dr
G W Currev,
Tbos Iek, '
. Mrs E Plumm. r,
J W Green,
J H Criddle.
W C Hall,
Mrs. t Handle,
A C Beech,
P F Hardcastl?,
Mrs PJ Couch,
w 11 Minchm,
Dr J WUuddicetoo,
Miss II S Short, Mrs S P Hiidreth,
Mrs S E Truill,
E A Richardson,
M H Crouch.
Mrs Mary M Ble,
Miss Mary TCrai,
Mrs L Hays.
FRAXKXIX COUNTY. ? t
s"". , t Joba Miller, . 1
IS Pattee, . j
ars Sims, Mrs Gregory,
B B Truman, Guiiioru,
Mrs S Kinnellv, " Travia.
Cap4 O W Davis, Clarks- A W Davis. rayettevil. -a
Herblui, f vdle. Mrs Stroud, Merriatw.
J H Philbrooks. Columbia. E LC Witty.
A P Pa-xish. Cumberland W A Murshall, Puiherfoid
t Iron Works. county. . . .
3 L Tison,
lira E Wyatt
Mrs M A Ruwell.
i - Mrs M A Girvai,-'
U- K A Yaacrj ,
, GEURGlAv 4j .. . j'
J W Puna,
Mrs C Known,
Mrs S Daniels
J Try on, -ALABAMA-
J S KeCy. . .. - :
Mrs A Gordon,
Mrs U Davis,
Ttese nnrivitlled MAOIINE3 mrotoU at tLe
price tf tMtMDanm included. They gather and
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