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nnitiCS SILVDK BAND!
THyOVLY PERMANENTLY OBGAXTZED BAND D
XB CITr, will attend to all calls far music both at
aome and abroad, giving entire satisfactjoa or bo
' ' sarge. The Basd is composed ef
- with eompleto set of new aaver Instruments
AJ call for music, Ibr funerals, picnics, serenades
aad jubilee win attended to promptly.
Health and Happiness
THE CONCENTRATED CUBE
THE CONCENTRATED CURE
A POWERFUL REMEDY
A POWERFUL REMEDY
FOR EARLY INDISCRETION
FOR EARLY INDliCRETiON
TRY IT! TRY IT!
TRY IT! TRY IT!
YOCNG MEN wbo are scffermg from the effecU of
youthful indiscretion can be surely and perma
nently renlared by using the
A Remedy of Great and Certain Powir.
This remedy m pat ap in small vials, and can be sent
tT mail to any address- A trial will satisfy. t'se It
Soir a week, and yon m til experience a great benefit. A
circular con taming full particulars sent (tm) on appli
cation, rrice per MUe tl
Onc buttle will lasts month.
N. H- This remedy is saiiable for either sex.
Address, K. CRLGER, Medical Agent,
ATI i m;,jtltiuft.
Anncs As the hot season is approaching, every
person should prepare their system for the change, and
there is no remedy so applicable as '"McLeans strength.
ening Cordial and Blood Purifier." It will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen
and invigorate the whole wganizatiun. The immense
quantity of it that is sold daily, is proof enough of its
great virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the bluod. "Ve eay to all, try it! It id de-
Iicinas to take. See the advertisement in another cul
umo. We would call particnlal attention to McLean's
notice in another column. We add the following from
the St. Louis HeraM. which speaks volumes in its
favor. We say to all give it a trial:
"We take edpecsil pleasure in recommending Mc
Lean's celebrated Strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for general debility and weakness. We
have seen it tested in a circle under our own immedi
ate observation, and can voocli for its efficiency and
worth. It is an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, as it is certainly an invaluable
medicine, cee the advertisement in another column.
To Co us ti m p five.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, after having suf
fered several years with a severe lung affection, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow-suflerers the means of cure.
To all wbo desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (tree of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
sure cure fur COXSCMPTIOX, ASTHMA , BROX
CUIUS, fc. The only object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
spread iufornuuion which he conceives to be invalu
able, and he hopea every sufferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may pro blessing
Parties wishing th prescription will p address
IW. EDWARD A. Wl X,
ct4-ly Kings County, Kew York.
Prom the Commercial Bulletin, Boston, Oct. 15, 1959.
Tmk Sncraa Potvr This point seems, at last, to
hare been reached, in a new invention known as Spal
ding's Prepared Glue, which by simple application,
without ha'ng or preparation of any kind, re-unites
the fragments of almost anything into a perfect whole.
This glue is realiy a valuable invention, and from its
utility, must come into as extensive and general use
aa the friction match. octl9-2w
Messrs. Clark, Gregory A Co. Nashville. There are
thousands of Patent Nostrums pnfied and trumpeted
over the country which are worthless, and need only
to be known to be hated. A counterfeit, however, is
no proof that there is not a genuine. I have tested
the efficacy of your Awibrosial OH, in so many cases,
both in and out of my family, that its value is nc
longer a subject of doubt with me. Physicians are
using it in their practice, and families now using it
say they are so well pleased Vi they connot afford to
be without If youoroth. Vsire specialities as
to its value J will be happy to give them at any time.
Respectfully, REV. JOHX P. CAMPBELL.
Ilollo way's Pills and Ointment.
We etand agaet at the thousands hourly hurried to a
premature grave, victims of having neglected the
first symptoms of disease. Whether the complaint
originated in the body, or be introduced accidentally
through the skin fatal results may be warded off by
a timely recourse to one or both of these medicines.
DR KliVG'S DISPEINS3RY
FOli PRIVATE DISEASES.
DR. KLVG, formerly of New York, for
the last four years of Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted his attention to
the treatment of private diseases for 30 years, Hatters
himself, having attended to a practice for so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
-cure all diseases ot a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Iir. King's Dispensary is
No 23 DeaUerick street, between Cherry and the square,
econd story, where he cures all diseases of a private
Gonorbea cured without nauseous medicines or in
erference with business.
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
few days, by an operation which causes no pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
.Perhaps no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
Syphilai, witn all the diseases of the skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, can be edectually
cured in a tew days.
Acatutoi H'taJcnca. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought on in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence at the fiaasiuns, a neglect of which will under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject unlit for
business or society, and causing premature old age.
females who may be laboring with any difficulty of
the Womb may rest assured immediate relief.
.Persons residing abroad, by writing and slating their
.case, with alee enclosed, direct to lr. A. King, No. 23
Deaderk-k street, Nashville, Tenn., will have the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Office hours
Urotn 9 o'clock in the morning until 9 in the evening.
J 1ST received and for sale at lowest prices, an addi
tional supply of Fruit Jars and Cans, aay
Z doz. Wuloughby Glass Jars 1 quart;
170 44 44 44 44 2 quarts
4s 44 Glass Jars, with corks for sealing.
AUo, on hand 2U0 doz. Tin run Cans, one and two
-quarts, tor sealing up, all warranted.
Also, 12 bbls. best Clear Coal Oil. at lowest price by
barreL j. w. WIl.soN,
rpvt-tr 17 College St.
I have sold out my entirs interest in the firm of
'Nicholson Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist him
him in winding up the business of the old firm, and
-solicit for him a cuutinuauce of the patronage bestowed
oo the old firm- I. C NICHOLSON.
. In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, be
Tere receiving new Goods, for a abort tune I will offer
my entire stock at cost, for cash.
July 2,lSd0 DAVID HUMPHREY.
" A C'TlTTTVr A Tor tb instant relief
XLO X " j ad PERMANENT CUKE or
bis distressing complaint use
Made by C. B. EEYH0CR Jc CO., 107 NASSAU FT., N.
Y. Price SI per box; sent free by post.
. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
BLACIU1A2Y & GILLESPIE.
Call and 11 x am Inc.
W. know we can please both as to .
PRICE AND QUANTITY.
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A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE, convenient to bnsi. !
nea in one of the most agreeable neighborhoods '
is ths diy. Misters ta rent, puwcasioo given imrnedl- ,
- tly L. W. LANULEY. j
vt. ltt-tf. Apply at 44 .'hum st. t
oneoftue nsoei agrwauie ncie44""4 444
Moderate rent, puwion y
t .'A S II V I Li L E,
TUESDAY MORNING. OCT. 23. I860.
ROCK C1T.Y MIL.L.S.
"Ben" Flour in bags $ , in half bugs f
Old Hickory do 44 4 25; ".". J 15
Eagle ' " do " 3 50; 44 i4 180
Mixed Bran, per 1000 fts., one dollar.
Corn Meal, per bushel, $1 00.
Delivered to all parts or the city, sept 21-1 y
S0YOE.MS OP THE RA1LB0ADS.
Departures r Passenger Train.
V wnrnxs a. Chattasooga ft A. M., 3 P M.
-gt Aib A. M- 3:OOP- U.
XAMTiaviiiJi : Xashtiixb 5:00 A. II.. 5:50 P. M
' UaiiaiinExpreea 4t30 P- U
Eduetixlii & Kssttoxt 6:30 A. II., liiSOP. M
ArrlTal of PaHcaecr Trtlnt,
NiPHVtuj a: Chattanooga 5 . M., 8 A. M.
Tbjstsmcs & Alabaxa 10:0 A. M. 4: P.M.
Lonsvuu s: Njhtbi-3:05 A. M., 2:15 P- M
" " Gaiuim txpress 9:10 A- M.
Encrareui Kistcckt 8:iO A. M., 6:45 P.M.
We are prepared to furnish tickets for the
Presidential Election at One Dollar per thous
and cash in advance.
We trust the friends of the Union will see
that tickets are eupplied at each precinct in
all the counties. Let it be done early.
When ticket are eent by mail the postage
will be 55 cents per thou-and.
Bricks is Honored with a Serenade.
To the Editor of the Daily ratriot,
Gextlkmes . I am far lroai cherishing a
defeire I" otter a remark with a sufficient de
gree of ' jdJenuess to surprise you, but the
fact is, I iAve been eerfnaded. The p-cullar
circumstances under which this unexpected
compliment was paid me, and the still more
peculiar circumstances under which it was
paid for by me, are herewith submitted as a
beacon-light to warn other distinguished
itinerant politicians from the musical rock on
which I split, and, I nur say, amid whose
breakers I went down in fifty feet water.
As vou are aware. I am canvassins this
county for Docgia?. The Secession 1 emoc
racy claim a majority of nine hundred and
forty-three, but I am satL-fied that if I keep
on making such speeches as I have been ma
king for a couple of weeks past, I shall carry
the county for Douglas by at least a thou
sand. When I return to town I mean to get
you together in your sanctum and do you
the favor to delivey my speech to you. It
won't take more than five hours, and your
profound attention and frequent bursts of ap
plause will amply repay me for my time and
trouble. I generally divide my speech into
eighteen divisions or propositions to wit :
I Openiug Preliminary Remarks :
n General Prel minary Remarks ;
HI Further Preliminary Remarks ;
IV The Two Sovere gnt:cs Popular and Squatter ;
y Popnlir Sovereignty ;
VI Sqoalter Sovereignty ;
VII The Four Candidates for the Presidency ;
VIII Three of them Essentially won't Do ;
IX There ought to be but One ;
X Who is He ?
Xl.J.n.XIII Stephen A. Douglas ;
XIV Sterantu Salvatlr Rrijmi.liccc ;
XV Hence Ail Ze.i)erandui de RrpulAica ;
XVI Further Remarks about Popular Sovereignty ;
XVII Some more about Popular Sovereignty ;
XVII I Thanks to the Ladies for their Smiling Pres
ence and Bouquets "There was a Sound of
Revelry by Night," Ax. j
This brief programme I have had printed j
in pink letters on a small scrap of card-board,
and laying it on the stand before me, I take
up the divisions one by one, and make some
very feeliog and lengthy remarks on each.
When I am called upon to divide time with
and demolish a Breckinridge Democrat, I ra
ry the thing a little of course, but not suf
ficiently to weaken my general strain of re
But I was going to tell you about that
serenade its cost and consequences. Then
to Tiroceed. I had a nnn soln diumMio i-t
Thursday at the town of Bagshaw'a Black
smith-Shop, on Coon Creek. The people
were delighted with my effort, and deter
mined to honor me with a serenade without
distinction of party; the Bell and Breckin
lidge men. however, declining to have any
thing to do with it, except such as I had that
day converted to the faith of Popular Sover
eignty, of whom, (to judge from the con
vincing tendency of my arguments, and
am sorry to say I had no other means of
judging.) there must have been several bun
dred. If yoa choose to make a paragraph
about this, you may put the number down
at a hundred and forty; but make it a point
not to mention the locality. I was accord'
ingly invited to spend the night iu town
and I went to the hotel (a two-siory bed-bug
gery, which, by a violent figure of speech, I
call a hotel through courtesy to my political
friends in the neighborhood) and put up.
lue landlord put me in a lront room up
stairs, and after supper I lit a cigar and sat
down before the fire to wait for the serenade
to break out. About ten o'clock the music
suddenly struck up Irom two fiddles, a flute,
a claronet, a tambourine and a triangle.
had directed the landlord to send me up six
bottles of champaigne, three of brandy and
two ot Old Robertson, with decanters for the
last two and glasses for all. The cook.
chambermaid and boot-black' (all in one)
brought up the liquors and a large Japanned
tea-board with two cut-glass decanters, a
dozen wine-glasses, and a pitcher of water.
" Now, girl," said I, put those bottles on
that waiter along with the other things, and
take them down stairs, and when I get done
speaking and invite the band to drink, take
the things into the front porch and let the boyB
help themselves." The girl took the estab
lishment and left the room, and I proceeded
to take off my collar and cravat to be ready to
make a speech to the band, when I was sud
denly startled by the most infernal crash,
mixed witn a colored scream, mat was ever
before beard. I at first thought somebody
had tumbled a crate of queensware down
the stairs; but I was soon convinced that the
cook bad played the deuce with the tea-board
and its contents. Such was unfortunately
lh ease. Sho bad etumbled and pitched
heels over head down the stairs, and had
broken everything within ten feet of her, ex
cept, I regret to say, her confounded neck.
The band beard the crash,
"And caught its tone witn too prophetic ear,"
and adjourned to thr grocery without, wait
ing for a speech.
When I called for my bill next morning,
the landlord thrust his hand into the pocket
of his trowsers and drew forth a dirty scrap
of paper and laid it before me. It read as
MY HOTEL BILL,
In act with National hotel! detter.
To lodging for man and beeste 2 00$
44 bottles sham Pain , 18.00
44 i do brandv am
do Whiskey . 4.00
dekanters, broke $.00
duzzen wind GUue, broke 4.00
Picher a tebode, broke 5
I looked at that bill for about ten minutes
without winking. 1 bad expected it to be
large, but it transcended in amount my most
sanguine expectations. , "Landlord," said I
after a while, "I very much dislike to med
dle with hotel bills especially with hotel
bills that are as reasonable as this is; bat
you must pardon me if I venture to suggest
that yoa have omitted, accident! no doabt,
one very important Item.'? "Ah," said be,
what's that?" tv.dent y charmed at the
prospect of runn ng up th.' bill a figure or
two hiher. u Why," eaid I solemnly,
you've lefi out the uiggcr I''; -'Llea; nij. a'JVJ ? l.'l7ulUo Spealtiafr. " ;
boqI ! " said be, taking the bill and g'ancingj
at the items. iUh infernal cu? fell down 1
at the items. w the infernal cu-m fell down
the fb-ps with them things and burktfl her
shins like b , and if I hain't gone. and. left
her out of the bill, d n tae ! " and hs was
about to add the nigger's shins to the bill,
when I stopped him.' Look here, land
lord, said I, "everl.tstingly cb'jfouad your
Breckinridge soul, if you'll kuock tweufy
dollars oil that bill. I'll give you .my note
for the balance add another cent to it. and
I'll spend a large plantation' and three hun
dred bands in costs before 1 11 pay you a
continental red. This brought him ap
staoding. But he went on to say that he
had to pay the grocery-keeper for the wine
and liquors just what he bad charged me,
that he bad borrowed the decanters, etc.
from Mia. Col. Baoshaw for the occasion.
and that she bad sent bint word what to
charge for them. Under these circumstances
I executed my note of band for fifty dollars,
and left not, however, until I had discover
ed that one of the landlord's young - mules
bad chawed off about ten inches of my
horse's tail during the night, and that an
other bad eaten up the curtains of my buggy.
If anyoody should ask yoa how I stand on
the question of serenades, please say that I
do not regard them as of any practical utili
ty, and believe me
Very truly yours,
G. Washington Bricks.
The Theatre. The beautiful and accom-nli.-hed
artiiu Mtsa Bateman' commenced her
second week's engagement at the Theatre,
last uizt Dlavintr "Mary Apexr' iu the come
dy of Self. She was warmly greeted by her
friends and admirers, of whom she has m my
here, as she has everywhere. Her "winning
ways" upon the stage are so innumerable
and so very winning that she takes captive
all hearts that come within her influence.
Who does not think it the most natural thing
in the world that "John Unit," old, incorri
gible and matter-of-fact as he L, should love
'Mary Apex" better than all else, and think
her the dearest, sweetest, best little girl that
lives? Who would think it at all strange if he,
even with bis gray hairs and his conviction
that women "don't pay," were to come down
upon his knees like the impressible youth of
twenty, and offer ber his heart, band, house,
and in short, his entire establishment ? The
old fellow, however, does nothing of the sort,
contenting himself with merely putting her
down in his will for half bis fortune. The
amount of that fortnne is not particularly
hinted at, but the whole house cherishes the
hope, for the sake of the dear girl, that it is
To-nisrht Miss Bateman will play " Nora
O'Neil" in The Romance of a Poor Young
Woman. If vou have seen her, yoa know
bow delightfully she will render the charac
ter; if you have n't, you should by all means
go down and sec bow it is done.
Electiox op President Q. & N. Rail
road. At a meeting of the Board of Direc
tors of the Henderson and Nashville Rail
road, held at JJopkinsville on the 20th inst.
Col. Edward S. Cheatham, President of the
Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad, was unan
imously elected President of the IT. & N.
R. R. Company.
From the well known energy and capacity
of the new President, we anticipate a speedy
completion of this long deferred enterprise.
Its importance to Nashville as a thorough
fare to St. Louis, Chicago, and the rich pro
ducing regions of the great North-West, can
not be over-rated, and the cheap and abund
ant supply of coal that will immediately
follow when it is opened to the great Ken
tucky coal fields, will give our manufactur
ing enterprises a fresh impetus, and releive
our citizens of the heavy tax now imposed
upon mem w ueoevtr oumoeriana itiver is
too low tO brinff that indispeneibla rtlolo
A dispatch from Louisville, Ky., dated the
letb, says : Hon. Andrew lowing and lion.
Mills Bram of Tennessee, passed through
this city this afternoon en route for New York
to stump that State in favor of a fusion
movement against Lincoln. Georgia Paper.
We bad heard that it was the Hon. Neiix
S. Brown who bad gone to New York, but
we are not sorry it tarns out to have been
44 lion, alius uram," wnom, inougn a very
considerable man, we can much better spare.
Owing to the inclemency of the weather
the speaking which was announced to take
place at the Court House, Saturday last,
we are requested to say that the gentle
men advertised to speak at that time will
address the people of Nashville some lime
during the present week.
The Douglas Democracy are expect
ing to see an immense crowd to hear the
Little Giant-here next Friday. There will
be something of a crowd if you don't mind.
Solid Silver and Silver Plate. Benj.
t . shields & JO Having received a new
fresh lot of the above mould goods, will
make one more ladies' sale at 2 o'clock this
afternoou sale at 7 o'clock to-night.
Col A M Looney and Gen G W Gordon will address
their fellow-citizens at
Clifton, Wayne county.
Saturday, " -Monday,
Bear us town, " "
Beaver Dam, Hickman "
Vernon, " "
Centreville, " ' "
Tark'gt n'a Mills" "
hady Grove, "
Williamspnrt, Maury "
Hampshire, " "
Notice to Bcilders. Proposals will be
received at the office of the undersigned for
the construction of a frame Church on the j
Murfreesboro Pike, 5 miles from this city.-
Plans, specifications and bill quantities, will
be open for examination, from this date, from
o to 12 o'clock each day.
JAMES KIDDELL, Architect,
To thk Editors or thi Patriot: Deem
ing it my duty to three afflicted, and to the
one wbo cured me of two malignant Fever
Sores upon my legs, which made my life bur-1
densome tor nve years, bavin? applied to
several physicians wbo could give me no re
lief, and trying all kinds of medicine I could
get, wnicn was recommended lor old sores.
All seemed to fail. I gate up ever beta?
cured, and wishsd for death to relieve me of
my misery. For many months my. limbs
pained me to that extent I could set bo
sleep, until my father, who. being cured of a
severe Kheumatism by the Indian Doctor,
at No. 100, High street, purchased for me a
bottle of bis Blood Purifier and a box of his !
All Healing Oiutment, which relieved me
immediately. My legs are now sound and
welL My general health and : strength is
better than it ever was in my life. And if I
owe any man on eartn a debt ol gratitude,
that man is Doctor Anderson. . I wish every
man, woman and child in the world, who are
afflicted as I have been afflicted, wbo have
suffered as I have suffered, may read this
letter and thus find where they can be cured.
I am of the opinion bis remedies will cure
any sore In existence, and I would recom
mend all thus afflicted to apply to the Indian
Doctor. No. . 100 tliga street, where they can
be relieved of misery, and also be permanent
ly cured. - MEKK1UN SANDERS, v
Resides at Sandersvtile. Davidson countr. !
Acuuessee. ' - ,- --
The Ladies have resolved to rota on
rhe Sewinz Machine Question. Ther have
declared for freedom from leather pads, di
minutive shuttles, and windiax bobbins, and
are determined to have Sewing Machine work
wnicu survive tne wasu-tUb. lB short,
they are going "to a man" for a new admin
istration under The Grorer & Baker.
U ! i . i f . . i i
- Thomas t Beanmpnf, E-q. will address .
the "oebnle of liumDhrev and Bentou Coun- i
the people of Humphreys and Bentou Coun
ties, at the foliiowing times. and places ;
At J H Macdoo's
' - Monday,...
Hurricane Creek, " mt -' .- x
... ....Oct. 22d
At Waverly, lueattay
i. du 24th
.. do 2".th
Li L-tteiner's ihop. .......
44 tvaxoner's More..... ,
, Hill's tore, BoflTjk.
44 Kotrer't Imnbling Creek....
, -. :. ,BEST0.W
At Chaaeviile, Thursday..".. .
-4 Camden, Friday
44 Chapultapec , Satu rday ......
.... do nMt
. - .... ..Nov. 1st
, do - Jd
Grand Rally of the Union Clabs of
the 6th, Tth and 8th Wards.
There will be a grand rally of the Union
Clubs of the 6th, 7th and 8th Wards, at the
stand on Cherry street, 6 th Ward, on Thurs
day nijrht, the 23th inst. , - -
The other Clubs of the city and county,
the various Union Military Companies and
citizens generally, including the ladies, are
cordially invited to attend. ". ' --
Governor Mokeuead, of Ky., Col. Jokdan
Stokes, of Lebanon, aid others,' have .been
invited to b? present to address the meeting,
. Oat, 20, I860 , . ; ., .
yi essrs. Ilarnea and Peyton.
The following list of appoiutments has
been agreed upou by the lion. Baulky Peyton
and Hon. Lado. (J. LUrst:. candidates for
Elector for the Suite at large, at which times
and places they will be pleased to meet and
address the people. It will be seen mat
numlier of counties have been ommitted. This
was unavoidable, owing to the want of litn
Rogersville, Hawkins county,... .. .Friday, - .. 19
Kinesport, Sullivan county Saturday,... 20
Blouniville, do do ....Monday. .. . 22
Jonesboro', Washington county. ...Tuesday, .. . 23
Greenviue,ureenecoonty.........euu uay,.. - 24
Newport, Cooke county ..Thursday,.., 2a
ihindridge, Jefferson county,.. .. '..Friday, 26
Kuoxville, Knox county........... Saturday, 27
May s v die , Bioun tcouuty. Monday , ..." 2a
MadisonviUe, Monroe county. Tuesday, .. 30
Athens, McMiun county. ....... ..Wedn'day,.. 31
Cleveland, Bradley county.. .. ....Tuursday,Nev. ' 1
Chattanooga, Hamilton county Friday, . . .
ill essrs. Taylor. U'liitthoruet
The following list of appointments has been agreed
noon for Messrs. Xayior. w iiittuorne, and watterson
candidates for Elector for the State at large, at which
times and places tney will be pleased to meet and
address the people. It will be seen that a number of
counties have been omitted. This was unavoidable
owin to the. want of time:
Nashville, Davidson county, Friday, Oct 19.
Franklin, Williamson county, Monday, Oct. 22. -
HurtreesDoro, KuUiertoru county, xuesuav, Oct.
Gallatin, Sumner county, Thursday, Oct. 25.
Lalavelte, Macon county, triuay, Oct. 2b. -
Carthage, Smith county, Saturday, Oct. 2T.
Smithvdle, OeKalb county, Monday, Oct. 29.
Cookeville, Putnam county, Tuesday, Oct. 30." "
Sparty, White county, Wednesday, Oct. 31. "
McMiunville, Warren county, Thursday, Nov. 1
Manchester, Coffee county, Friday, Nov. 2.
George Baber and D. C Douglass, of Sum
ner County, will address the people on the
Political Issues in the Presidential Canvass.
at the following times and places: '
Cookeville.,... Friday October 19th
- . OVERTON COUNTY. - -. ;
Monroe.......... .Saturday ... . do , 20th
East Port .Monday... j .do 22d
FEXTRE83 COUNTY.' - -Jamestown...
...Tuesday.... "do 23d .
A division of time will be granted, to an
advocate of eithet Douglas or Breckinridge
Col. I-. I IT Cardwcll. ,
Col. " L. - H.1 Card well Elector "for
Fourth District for the regular Democratic
National nominees,- Douglas 'and Johnson
for the Presidency, will speak at the follow
ing times and places: - -
Mary Taylor's, ' Friday "
Chestnut Mound, " r Saturday, "
Ballew's, Smith co , . Mondav,
Fouse's Mill, " - Tuesday, "
Dixon's Spring, " Wednesday,
Rome, " Thursday, "
Mew Middleton, Friday, . "
Lafayette, Macon co.,
Thursday, Nov. 1 1
lion. Robert Hatton and Jo. C. Stark
Esq., will address the people upon the issues
in the pending canvass at the following times
and places : .
Tullaboma, Coffee eo. Friday. -Oct. 19th
Franklin, Williamson co. Monday, Oct. 22nd
Triune, Williamson co. Tuesday, Oct. 23rd,
Brentwood, " " Wednesday, Oct. 24th
Beach Camp Ground, Sumner Co. Thursday
October 25 th.
Mitchellsville, Sumner co. Friday, Oct. 26th
Gallatin, to urn ner co., October 27. '
Russell- Houston, Esq.," and John F
House, Esq., will address the people on the
issues in the pending canvass, at the follow
ing times and places: . , -
Athens, Tuesday, .-n.-Madnonville,
. Nashville, Sept. 15,. 1860.
The Committee appointed by the State Bu,
reau ot tne beventn Annual totate i air of
Tennessee to examine, and make award for
the best Family Sewing Machine, find on ex
hibition the following machines in competi
tion : the L M. Singer, aefjr & Wilson, A
B. Howe, and the if-ifst & Baker. The first
three named, although diffl-nng in construe
tion and capacity, sun so tar as the stitch is
concerned, all arrive at the same point, mak
ing what is called and known as the shuttle
stitch, each using a shuttle or shuttle and
bobbin, -upon which all the lower thread, or
thread used underneath is required to be re-
spooled. The Shuttle Machine maybe used
upon some classes of family sewing with a
degree of satisfaction, but we conceive from
their construction, operation and stitch, their.
principal adaptation is to the purposes of
manufactnre. The points we conceive most
necessary and important to meet the wide
range of requirements in a machine for fami
ly sewing, ws find -more fully combined in
tfce Grover cfe Baker- extent of capacity
simplicity . of construction, ease of manage
ment, advantage of using thread from two
spools without rewinding; strength of work,
elasticity, durability and regularity of stitch,
and quietness of movement. 1 We therefore
make award to the Grover Baker.
- JOHN HERIGES, Chairman. '
JO W. HORTON,
J.W. WILSON,- ; - - -:
" C. H. WHITE, ' i
JAS. A WOODS. . j
I hereby cetify that that ; the above is
true copy of the original decision and award
of the Committee upon Family Sewing Ma
chines, appointed by the Tennessee State
Fair lor 1860. ......
, L. P. WILLIAMS,
. , -. Sec'y. State Agricultural Bureau.
. ' J . . i, 4 (' . '. '.J v'V4 '
Office of exhibition and sale of the Grover
fc Baker Family Sewing Machines No. 46
Public Square, Nashville, Tennessee.
, R.H.BROCKWAY. ,
Proprietor and owner of the Grover & Baker
Patent for the State of Tennessee. y
Sept. 26-tf. . . ."""; ' '
" St, Lours, Mo. 25, -I860.
At the National Fair this day, the first
and highest premium was awarded to
the Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine, over
the Singer Wheeler Wilson, and eight
others in competition.' r tft-:
Auction Sale, of. Fine Parlor
AND RICH CHINA, Etc.
UliTS. 1 m lULtliS & CO.
t ILL sell oa Monday morning, October the. IS til,
V .tlOo'clnHr Al Liu avAliutir Vs. 11A. m.un.
Street, corner of Gay, the entire contents Parlor,
mm reui onumuiig ib pan ui emoroiuerea nav-seas
mahogany chairs, divans to match -easy chairs mar
ble slab mahogany center table card tables tine
French clock gilt oval mirror mantis ornament
hall and astral lamps hat rack piano a superior
iron safe Brussels arnettinn oil cloth Una breach
china, etc.i eto. Terms Cash on delivery.- - - -
Oct. II, 1350. ft ; BENJAMIN F. SUilXDa & CO-
jokx a. mi...... ........ ............ir. B.Drwrrr.
' FIT E &i De WITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND SOUC7TOR3 JS
..i-Uj . CHAXCStT.'' 1 r- - -j- k
CAB7JIAGS, .....TEXXESSK.3 " S
WiU practice is all the Courts of the counties of
Smith, Macon, Jackson and Putnam. Will giva special
attention to the collection of claims. Reference.: Fit
Bhepard Co Nashville, Tens. D. Weaver, Cash'r
Planters Bank, Naabvul.. J. Correy, Cash'r I'nio.
nKM-mamr'HH -awaraeu "to I C
tirover A, Baker Kv!r.i; Alachia, I ,
i - - -f :
,i -if i: hi -. j I rom Orr4D.
Salem? Ohegov'.-IOcC 2. J. W. N?wi.b,,
Doulan democrat elected to-the United,'
Stale Senate f.r tb long tTni :iaf, E I. B.t
ker (R-p. for the sbirf term of 5 yi-ars.
. The . Ito32lale 'uIcRpublieari mxds a
! complete .1USMM. Kr.-li beta were: Uk-u upon
the comparative vorcs f Douglas and Breck-
inridgev ' . -' ' r ' ' ' s
The Republicans think they will carry the
State it Baker will stump it. ' '
'' BroderiokV will ha-? been admitted to pro
bate.' '-":. -.t yj..;, y -j
Columbia river tu vices tay that the Snake
Iudiaus . niasacrcd an entire emigrant train
of 46 persons 50 miles west of Salmon Full.
Poktlaxk. Me O-t. 22. The Princ of
-Wales SHtled for home Saturday afternoon.
' " "."TV Fire. -
i SALEM'MassOcl.2'2 The Franklin build
ings containing several stores are burned. , -
-' - r - . ; Reported Lost.
' Boston. Oct-.22. Kep t is indicate that the
ship Black Hawk, from Calcutta to Boston,
before reported misfing, was lost with all on
board iu the Bay of BeagaL-i ;
:?". ?''! Hlver Sew.! ,fi "
Loci.svii.LB, Ooi. ' 22 The river is fall
ing, with -3 feet 3 inches water in the Canal,-
. St. Joseph, Oct. 22 The California Pony5
Express wiih Saii Francisco dates of the
tenth, and Oregon of the 7th. At San Fran
cisco trade was active but the market weak.
Rio Coffee 15$. Candles 22 Ja23.. Provl-iouH,
quiet with but slight changes." flless Poik;
and Spirits inactive. . Crushed Sugar 14.
Philadelphia, Oct. 22. The official re
turtib tbow Curtin's majority' for Governor
ta be. 32,092. - . . ;..
' Wasuinoton, Oct: 22. The ten million
loan was disposed of? at from pur to 101
41-100. - - . . i .
;.- .- : -I . r ,:' j -- - '
New York, Oct- 22. Dwight the United
States Coinmissiono-r has returned from Hav
ana with Foolers testimony relating to Law
and Couover his Sureties. a: j ' ,
Dlarkel by Telegraph
New Orleans, Oct.22. Cotton sale3 to
day 4000 bales;' prices easier but quotation
are unchanged; molasses 3Sj40; fl jut qujet,
5.80j5.90 freights on " cotton tbEIveipool
9-1?; pther articles unchanged.
NewYorjc, Oct. 22. Cotton active and
firm; sales to-day 5,500 bales; middling up
land 11 Jail . Flour declined 5 cents; sales
14.500 barrel at 5 30a5 35.' Whisky sales
500 bam Is at 24. Corn dull; sales 65,000
bushels at 70a74. MeS3 Pork dull; sales 700
bbls. at 19 25al9 30. Coffee steady; ealea
850 bags; Rio 14J; Sugar quiet; tales 420
box.es; Cuba 7a7J; Porto Rico 1. .
' CiNCiNNATr, Oct..' 22. Flour nominal at
4 75. Corn 40.t42. OaU 30. Whisky sales
1,450 barrels 17al7. - v.- . .
50,000 Copies already soltl.
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' F. HAG AN
HAS received simoultanuously with its issue in New
York, MARION HARLAND'S NEW BOOK, ' -
By the Author of Hidden Path, Alone and Moss Side.
The scene of the' story of Semais is laid la the
South. . The time, the beginning of the present centu
ry.' ' Too customs and events of those days are traced
with Qdelily and spirit, yet so skillfully interwoven
with the narrative, that the rcadcr,is not wearied by
statistics or dry historical details. The homes of fifty
years ago seemed as famiiiar to him as those he visited
but yesterday, and their inmates differ littlo from the
men and women with whom he associates daily. . The
pictures of humble life are graphic and refreshing. In
no other work from the authors pen can there beTouhd
greater variety of InciJent, more artistic delcneation
of character, more earnestness of thought and vigor of
discrtption, and certainly no other contains a plot so
scrvcing in conception and so ably managed. .? Si
The reader cannot but remark how irresisjably yet
naturally- be is borne along by the tide of events.
There is no need after be is once in the current to ex
plain the ominous titUe that frowns at the top of the
page. Before the Aemcsis is on vailed the reader foe Is
her subtle influence, understanding by intuition that
there are hidden 3prings and secret wires under the
feet "and 'in tae homes of the unsuspecting objects of
her vengence and the pertinent motto of the authorers
fully proves that retribution though somtimes slow Is
always sure. ....
Also a fresh supply of the" ' ' ' ' ( .
; ". ' ' ; hidden path. 3 '
The following notice of this work is from the
ous pen of ANN CORA RITCHIE, and pays a just wib-
" " ""J mom. auccessiui lemaie writer "Virginia nas
produced: j t - . Wit CULL EN BRYANT.
Let this noble production lie opdn the table: and
enliven the hearth of every trae Southerner. - Foster
this gifted daughter of the South with the expanding
sunshine of appreciation and refreshing dews of praise
Stimulated undeveloped genius, to walk in ber steps
emulated her achievements, show her honors, and the
cry that the South has4 no literature, Is silenced fore
ver, ...-iff I ..-.I 3t
And a large supplyof above, and MOSS SIDE.
A fresh supply of RCTLEDGE. i , C. X i
I bad. rather written .RCTLEDGE than luLL O
THE FLOSS. .A WAor of Beulah. , !
HARPER and GODEY, tor September , just received
by. . r r.HAGAX.
AoxZMf 4; ,a U .- Ko.; 41 CoUege StfsakTi
: . "Wantcai;
A PARTNER In a lucrative business Any-young'
man with few hundred dollars can find a Dart.
Der, by addressing BUSINESS at ths P. O. Nashville.. .
- .--- .- - , ; sepQS-tf
' CMFIDE1TIAL LITERiRI ' BCBEAU, -
: . 480 Broadway, Jew York City;.-,
lECTUREsTPEECHEsi " '
. .- : . . . ? Political or otienoise - " '
PAMTrrLETS Satires, - Sermons, School Drationi,
Comisu:ons. Essays, Poeina or Letters, r.vbwd,
corrected or w.itlea by gentlemen of ?i ' " .
lKaT;L.AS3 UTERARY ABILITY,
r -And Authors of acknowledgi-4 Talent. --
. NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS, ' '
or all kinds revised, corrected and prepared for the
- .? .- ,t . TRANSLATIONS '
la French, German, Spanish, Italian Latin, Creek', kc
Inquiries by letter must enclose stamp for reply.
43r-All coviRranicatioua held strictly conndentlaL
Tug2-3ra , r...,. --. --j - - ill
SOME time in the month of August', a note for
til 60 due Ui first of July, ISoO, drawn by D. P.
Lanier aad J. J. Earaia&nt, and made payable to rf. D.
Marfan. The fltidtw wUl pltuse leave it at the office
ot tilucock &Jv.'cV4m . . --m .
. - r
Daily PAtnior Office,
-.' - Na-shviil
, October 23, I860
i i -1 ; . .
Laiired, ' aiid receipts
V e quote Middling at 9$9i; Gooil
FLOUR We quote:
Superfine iu barrels
Extra',' 44 44
" in sacks,
$5 756 25
fi 506 75
3 25(o3 50
is -scarce, and will
sell readily at $1 40 60 per; bushel.
BACON Shoulders 10J, clear sids 13
14; hams 13A16j per lb?
CORN. While S5 per bushel; mixed 8t)c.
OATS. i S0d per.bushel. '. '
LARD apply limiied. Sales at 13J to
15c per lb. according to package.
MEAL Is selling at 80d. bunheL"? T:
FEAT11F.RS We quote at 40c. lb. . L
GINSENG 4o4oc. ft.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair, sugar
9J10 tt.; prime to choice 10l(rc.; in
barrels ilc. advauce on these figure.
" 'New York Coffee Sugars 1011 Jc. lb.,
crushed and powdered llj(3(12c.: Loaf 11
i2c; i a. i j
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels i 0 15c gaL; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar liouse 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c.; balf barrels ' 80s.; aud kegs
(ten gals. 85c - - -: ' v 4
COFFEE. Rio, 16 J17c; Laguyra none
in market ; Java' 1920c. B. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50c$l ; Gunpowd-r 50
375q.;- YoungJ Hyson 40C0 ; Black 60
SALT. Vre quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
aud Fine at $1 b0$l 75; andBarrel at
40c. bushel. ' - - - ,
COTTON YARNS.- The following are the
agent' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
and 800, 9c. doz.; 6 30, 10c; 500, lie,
and 400, 12c. . . " ' " '
1 WDL3KY. -RectiQed Is held at 2 l24c
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon
according to quality.
C AND LES.--S tar 18c per lb. for ligh
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
Raisins Layer" $3a3 25 per box; W, R
$2 50a2 75. . . . . ;
SOAP Turpentine $2 25a2 75 per box.
BRAN $1J0 per cwt. : s
1- HAY $2627 per ton.
;s RYE $1 151. 25 per bushel.
t BARLEY $1 25 per bushel.
DRIED FRUIT Apples 4050 per bush
elj Peaches $1 15(1 25 per bushel unpcel
ed; $2 00 por bushel for peeled.
'- AvDsla Iflarket.
. , . ArorSTA, Cct. 20 P. M.
COTTON Demand fair to-day at Arm prices. Sales
of 628 b.ilts at 10,-311 Jic pei iu.
TUR SEASON rzzzm
&t-:m Opened at
F R A NCI SCO'S.
OTTR Fur Department is now ojieiied for the in?iec
tion of the ladies, where may be found the larKwt
and best selected stock of ladies Furs ever brought to
this city. ; - - A J FRANCISCO.
Oct II Hatter and Furrier, 23 Public Square.
- .L Our MoletUiti Hat.
fi HIS beautiful style of Hat which we are getting
- J. up for the Fall and Winter wear is Tar superior to
any yet offered. A. J. FRANCISCO,
octl7 , No. 23 Public Square.
Fall and Winter Styles or uft
- - - - Hats. ' ; ; V
tXTE would call especial attention to our large im
V V portation of French Black and Brown and Napt
Otter Hats, so popular in the South for Fall and Winter
wear. A J FRANCIS 0,
oct!7 Hatter and Furrier, No 23 Public Square.
QOME New and Beautiful styles, which we are now
oueriue (all I'arisian designs), to which
the attention of parents.
A J FRANCISCO.
No 23 Public Square.
M. A. PAERISH & CO.,
. -. Produce, Commission
Fronting- on College and Market ats..
South of liroad, J
hay. . , ; . .
500 bales prime Timothy just received and for sale
low by MA PARRISH k. CO.
, ' BALED OATS.
100 bales prime Sheaf Oats, lust received and for
salo by , . r . M A PAKRISH i CO.
- - COKNJ . . ,
4000 bushels Shelled Corn;
1000 44 Ear 44
Just received and for sale by M A PARRISII t CO.
' ' ' ,' " SEED RYE.
- 100 bags No 1 Rye, just received and for pale cheap
by . . ..: HA FARRISH & CO.
' 100 bags Crushed Corn just received and for salo by
x CORN MEAL.
250 bags fine Corn Meal; -.-
100 ' Bolted 44
Just recefved and for sale by MA PARRI-H & CO.
WHITE AND BLACK OATo. '
"800 " Black 44 - .-A
ust received and for sale by If A PARRISH & CO.
- 200 barrels Northern Potatoes, Just received and for
le by MA PARRISH b CO. -
i c ; i 5 .- '
I 300, bags Wheat Bran, just received and for Bala by
-1 -MA PARRiS'dOO.
Most of the above articles are on consignment, as
well as many others not mentioned in the above list,
alt of which will be sold cheap m order to close con
signments as speedily as possible. Those wishing
goods in our line would do weU to call and examine our
Stork before purchasing elsewhere.
" oct3-tf . . MA PARRISH CO
C0XRJD, CHANDLER ; & CO.,
'? s Produce and CoiTiiTiission
'49 C3LLE3E ST., HEAR BROAD,
aaa Seed 14ye! -
A fi A B-GS 8 Rye, a E. article, for sale low
fiUl to close the lot. m '
oct6-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER Is CO. .
... m 1
' t lour;
BBLS Fagen's Epicurean, the best article in the
market, for sale by
OCtS-tf . -- ' CO VBAU. -HA injjt Kjv.
BAGS Mixed Crn;
400 Bags White CrJ; . ' . r . -' . '
ftno Karcstiais: --
- t..... , s)0 act3 Meal;
:' 60 Bales Hay;
- 20 Bbls Potatoes; ,
60 Bbls onions; j
--Jtt received and for-sal by --OCXiLAt-
' CXlNIiA t , CH A NPLER k CO.
; THE BARIVES HOUSE,
J. T. Barnes & Co.," Proprietors,
- Po, 43, Union Street, :.
FCRXISHES Meals at ail hours, day-and Bight, aaJ
has extensive arrangemen ts for regular supply at
Game of every description, Fih, Oysters, the very bsaa.
Wines, and every other article of luxury which, aas
possibly b obtained in Nashville. The house is pnt
vided with the best of Cooks, and the . beat apparaKa-i
fhr cooking. Eating Hall tilted up in handsoiue, coitt
fortablestyte. it ;. sep3 tf
Fine Vall. pcrs.
! LARGaowirtmeotof sviiaSrl; golds and Freucor
XA. Deooralioos, just received. Also several hunurodt
patterns low priced glazed and 15 ot paper.
lernoi casn tor au small uiu.
Paper Hanging done la the tovst manner.
. . - t WW
fS ? S a; v-1 .
I -ui.u -w-r- OLD Ci-f
I J -Mas, I bKI m
BRANDY H T
rn1 1 m rM M
- JD OVlP OR TEES,
- AND WHOLESALE r.LEES IN r V
FOREIGN AND D0MESTIC;LI(ffTJ0RS.
Cigavs,' 'iomeco, -&c,.
r?. P .r53 icuni in the
HORSES, STtiCK, PROri'CE, kc, TAhlJf LV ISCUNt.E I OR ANY OF OUR GtODS, or we will exchange for
Wild or Improved Lands, at Cash lYicre, where the Ul'.m are perIU-l-. Our terms will be to sell the owner
of a piece of land a bill of Liquors. Cigais, Tobaico. Am-., it ch an assort meet as be may select, at our lowest
Cash Prices, and take oar pay in one-liird Cash, -una t o-W.irl m Lain!.- 4
Parties exchanging lands tor Liquors, Ac, can have the total amount of the bill all at one time, or they can
close the trade m ith us. and order the goous in fcirce or small quantities, and only pay the tine-third cash pay-UK-tit
on each order np to January. 1661, or we will Fell at lew fiiiurex tor a small proportion. Cash, and rive long
credit on the balance.- We guruantee our stix k to be
- - -i
Dividend Notice3 1 1
T pHE Board or Directors of the Nashville and Chatta
I nooa Railroad Com; any have this day declared a
semi-annual dividend of three per cent, payable on and
alter the lo'.h iupt., at tho ouios ot the Treasurer in
Nashville. . V. A. G LEAVES,
octS-lui . Soorctary Ac Treasurer.
lu iicss Iolite.
rri HE snbscribers having sold out their stock of Chious
X to Mr. A. Jeukins. ot' this city, feW irfeasure in
rwcommeu.imir him to their former customers, and be-
sjieak for him a continuance of the patronage so liber
ally bestowed on tuein, kuou a; that his busin ss ha
bits and tuiroinju tuowKiii;e ot lue wants 01 tne com
munity will enable him to (live entire satisfaction to
our former friends and customers.
N1CUOL, GREEN & CO.'
Nashville, Oct. 1st, 16G0. . oct6-tr r
KM CTIl O PO LiITAN
CORXKa CEDAS AND CHXKRT STKSrrS,
N'asUTllle. - - Tennessee.'
I HA YE made extensive arrangi'meuts fir tUo receiv
nc of all the delecacies of the coitimir seasin, of
Fish, Flesh aud Fowl; our Ovsters will be from the
most celebrated beds. PK-keis and condiments from
th6 celebrated establishments of Cross c Black well and
Lea & Perrin, wiih a large and well Selected slock of
Excellent COOKS and attentive Waiters, the whole
under the supTintetidancc of that well known Epicure,
Mr. CHARLES I'lCLES.
On and after the 15th of September we will be pre
pared to wait upon our customers, DAY AND NIGHT.
Railway travelers will find this arraiicemeut to their
2- REMEMBER 1UE METS0P0L1TAX.
UN ION RESTAURANT
A. Jt ... JOTsaVIVU, ....
Union st., opposite State Banli
TAKE pleasure in inlormmg the public that they
have recently fitted up a hue
as above. They will keen constantly on hainl a good
supply of GAME. OYST1RS. FISH, c kc. They so
licit a shrae of patronage. Good cooks aud attentive
waiters. , sepl3-tf
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
s 0 T
o. 53 Clierry street,!
HAYING always on hand a fine variety .of Soups,
Fresh Fish, Porter Aouso Ltaeks, Meats of nil kind
and variety. Also, every varietyof vegetabhs on hand
ready and served to order in the best of style, would'
respectfully invite the attention of their trieuJs and
the public to give them a calL
J. K. FOWLER 4 CO.
No. 53 Cherry St.. one door from Adam's Esprvos Of
flce, in Colonado Buildings. . june22-lf
FALL AIVD WINTER STOCK
. . , OF , . - . .
- AND FTJiNISHTJfQ GOODS.
NO. 7 CEDAR STREET,
Having arrived borne from the Fast, I
beg leave to inform my customers
the public generally, thai I bave rece
and am receiving a kurge and handso
aasoi tment of
Which I am prepared to make np in the most fastiian
able styles, aud at the shoi ut notice.
Gents' Furnishing Goods of all kinds kept constant
ly on hand. . '. " . i septO-lm
Y virtue of tLree fl. fa's. No's 2038, 2542, 2519, U
me directed, and delivered from Ihe Jlonorabl4.
Chancery Court of Davidson t ounty, T. nnessee, at iis
May Term, law, 1 will expose to pul;liomue, 10 ue
highest bidder, lor cash, at the Courl-tiouse Yard, in
the City of Nashville, ou Muu.lay,. lha Sill day ot No
vember 1860, a 1 the right, title, claim, interest aud es
tate, which Jas L Powell then had, or may have siuce
acauired in and to the follow.ng d.-soribed prow'rty,
to wit: Two tracts of land Iving on the North side of
Cumberland Uiver, Davidson County , Tennessee, one
of said tract3 containing 149 'i acres, the. other con
tainiug 100 acres, and bciug the same on which Mrs.
Sarah Powell now resides and In which she has a lite
time interest and estate. The interest here levied up
on being the same which James L Powell is entitled to
by descent Irom his di-coascd brotlmr John 10 well,
being levied on as the projierty ol James L Powell,
and to satisfy judgment rendered in favor of Jurors
Schooeinaker, J C Siilimou k Son; and X Buzm, against
James L Powell and Hiram J Wells. ,
J. K. ECMUNDSON.
gept22-td . SherinJ .
MOFFAT'S ? -
Life Pills and Piiceiiis BKters.
TnESE Medicines havo now been before the public
for a period of THIRTY YEARS, and duriuit
that time have maintained a hit'h character in almost
every part of Uie Globe, for tSioir extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring jK-riW-t health to per
sons sutlering under nearly every kind of disease to
which the human frame is liable. t
The following are araoug the distressing varietyof
t a man diteas.-ti in which tlie :'..-, .
Vegetable jLiife Meslicine-
n known to be infallible: '.'i. -
DYSPEPSIA, hy thoroughly cleasing the first and
geooud stomachs, and creating a tlow of pure, h-alihv
bile, instead of the stule and acrid kind ; FLArU
LENC Y L r Amtnn, Hcartbcic, Hcavjcuk,
Kliesuess, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Laugour and Melau
cboly, which are tho general syniton of l!ysjpsia,
will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure. -
COS ITVENESS, by cleaning tho whole length of
the intestines with a solvent process, and without
violence ; all violent purges leave the bowels Cfelive
within two days. - ' '. ,
FEVEES of all kinds, by res tones the blood to a
regular cuxulation, through the process of rt-spiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of all intesti
nal obstructions in others.
The Life Medicines have been known to core HHTTJ
jjjjlill permanently in three- w-ka, aud GOUT
nail luai time, u v reiiiov au uiuauiaviou noui ujc
muscle and luraments of the joints. 1 -TitmPSrES
of all kinds, by treeing and strength-.
eniug the kmueys and bladdery they operate most Je-
liiihtfully on thse important organs, aud hence have
ever been found a certain remedy for the worst cases
of GUAVKL ' ' .
- Ai WOHjbTS, hy dislodging from the turnings of
the bowels ttxo suiny matter to which these creatures
adhere. - - - - - -
SCURVY. TIL INVETERATE SORTS.
by the perfect purily which those Lue Medicines have
to the bkiod. and all t ha humors. .
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Btd Complexions
by tluur attecauve euccl upon the fluids that feed the
skin, and tho mordid stale of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloud-, and other dis
agreeable complexions. 4 v- . "
, rue use or toess niis rrr a rrry snort time wiii ef
fect an entire cure of 8 ALT EHEU HI, and a striking
Impprovement in the clearot of la skin. COM
MON COLDS and rStLUESZA wiii alwai. be
cured by one dose, or two iu Uie unt '
FILES. Tho original proptietor of these Meda-mes
was cured of Piles "f 3i years s lan ding by the use of
the I jfe Medlchvs alone, . ...
' FEVER AND AGUE. For this scourge the.
Wwiurn country, them Medicines wtil be fooud a sale,
speedy- and certaut re locdy. other mdicintfs leave
the system" subjet rto a return of tho disease, a cure
hy Uhe Medicines is permaaent Try them, bo salis
Bed an1 W cured. -' ..---'. f
' EI1I0TTS FETEES AND LITE 3. C05I-
FLalaiTS. OviKtral tiebiliiy , Loss ol Appetite, and
DuMtses ot. Foraalgs-rliie Medicuit-s have b.-a used
with the most beu-.-tictal rtsults in eaaK cf ttiis de
scription ; Kmsr'S Evil and Scrofuia, in lis worst
f httk?, yields to the mtid . yt. pot:ai actktn of these ,
remarkable Medioins. N itbt .-weats. Nervous lv i- j
ty , Nervone Oomplaiu of ail kiada, FahiatHia 01" ttie I
i--rt, rr.er' t n r. aro ik-e.uiy earrv
MERCO-lIAL D:SE.SES. Prs' wlieroa
Stitulions have ttttcunie iupatrd b the imut.icHus
sseoT Mercury, -wid nnd thes Miicuies a perfect
er , as thev never fad to eradan u-io ll:e srl.-ni
a tho eflecw t Mrnr, -i3!lr-iT .nBC UrfMi tho
ntost powerful r.rriis ui iraj-san-n FrAT
j " " " srjnraadky.Xt-w Yoikt.
POR BT ALL fiULGu'lsTS.
BARRELS Fine Sa!t ivt received ani tor sale
f Vm I BRANDY
"" 1838 !
ifii hf-i fiUrr.
.Western Coumjj.-. .w e
as good as oaa be found in th Westers country .
C. II. TYLl It CO..
NO. 17 MARKET STREET, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
Atf apericat and stomacHc preparatioa of
TROjK purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com.
bastion in Hydrogen, of high medical author
ity and extraordinary efficacy in each, of tna
following complaints, viz. :
DEBILITY. NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, EJJjt
CIATI0N, DYSPEPSIA, DlARRHEA, C0NSTI
PtTION. .CROi'TJLA, SALT RHEUM. SCURVY,
JAUNDICE. LIVER COMPLAINTS RHEUMA
TISM. KERCURIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER.
MTTTENT FEVERS, NEURALGIA. CHRONIC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKTESS. JUS
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etc.,
PIMPLES OS .XHE FACE,! ROUGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, eta. : " '
The ISON being absorbed by ths blood, and
thus circulating through the whole system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
ful influence. " " ';.'. .1"
The experience of tbousanda daily proves that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
compared with it. Impurities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
femala debility (3aor albus, chlorosis, etc.), its
effects are delightfully renovating. Na remedy
has ever been discove -ed, in the whole history
of medicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete cigestion, rapid acquisition of strength
wit an unusual disposition for active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its ttse.
As a grand stomachic and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pat np In mat flat metal boxrs contain? fc
SO villa, price M) cents per .box; six biir.
50 ? ane ozen boxes. OO. For sale by
Xrntr(rt''ts srenermlly. Will e seut free la
iiy addmt on re-lpt of le price. All le"
ters, orders, t-tc, sltoold be addressed Us-
B. LOCKE 8z CO., t
'" General' Agents.
' 339 BUOAUU'AV, W V.
S. It Tli- above Is at (aa-almlle tT tbs
Utbtl on rat h box. '
DR, J.5 H.t McLEAN'S
Strength eiiing Cordial and
The Greatest Remedy in" the World, and ths
moot delicious and delightful Cor
dial ever taken.
It is strictly a sci
efctinc Slid -Y.ys-
ts b e" Compound,
- procured bv the ,
f lislilialion of Roots, J
Herbs and ltark.
Root, Black . Root,
-' Cherry- Bark and
. Daad-iiin enurs in-
to its composition.
-1 The entire active
of each ingredient
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
method of distilling, 1
rr .1 prlucing ' eli- 7. 1' i '
tciors laxiD2.ci,.us. esbueraimg titer takmr;
spirit, and the most Infallible remedy for renovating
the diseased system, and restoring the sick, suffering
aud debilitated Invalid to Health and Strength.
WILL EFFIXTCALLY CURE
L,Iver Complaint, Uyspepsla Jaan-
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys,
aud all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Files, Acidity
or sickness of the Momach, Fullness of Blood to the
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
f the Heart. Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Eructations, Choking or suffocating fueling when lying
down, Ih-vness or Yellowness of tne Skin and Eyes,
Nurlil Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain Iu the small of tho
Back, Chest or Side, sudden Hush of Ht-at, Depression
of spirits, Frightful Dreams, Languor, Despondency, or
any .Nervous Duusasv, Sores or Bi u hes on the skin, and
Fever aad Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over- a Million of Bottles
Hive been sold during the List six mouths, and in no
instance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction. Who
then, will sutler from Weakness" or ft bdiiy when Mo
Lean's SUtsuphemng Cardial will Cre you?
No language can convey an adequate idea of ths im
mediate and almost miraculous change produced by
takiug this Cordial in the. diseased, debilitated and
siiattrred nervous cystem, whether broken down by
excels, weak by, nature, or impaired by sickness the
relaxed and anstraug organization is restored to its
presline health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will And McLean's Strengthening Cordial a thorougt
regenerator of the system, and all who may bars in
jured themselvc by imroper indulgence, will find la
the Cordial a certain and spuedy remedy.
X ito THE LADIES, -
MtLrau't Mrensrtltenlnsr Cordial
1 a Ta . d.iwr.ii .ml ,rw..vrnr. fnr
' Iuelpleut Consumption, tVltltes,
Obstructed or Ditrieult Mens Lr nation, Incontinence ot
Trine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Failing of the
Womb, Gidainaas, Fainting aud all Diseases incident to
There Is" no Mistake Aboatllt.
. SuSvr no longer. . Take it according to direct iocs. It
will timu'.ate, strengthen and invigorate yoa and cacao
the biooia of heallh to mount your cheek again. Every
bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If yo-ir children are sk-kly, puny or amicted.Ms.
Leau's Cardial will make them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and yoa will be convinced.
It Is Delicious to Xstke.
7rATTror.--Bewareof Drepfists or Dealers who may
icy to palm, upon jm Some ISitUT, or Sarsaparuia
tresh," which they can buy cheap, by saying a w juat
as good . Avoid such men. Ask for McLean 'a ttrengia
ening Cordial, and take nothing else. It is the only
rerawlv that will puruy the Bawd thoroughly, and at
the samp time strejiihen the system.
(at lablespoonful taken every morning fasting, is a
certain preventive for -Obotera. Chilta and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any pre-valest -diaoase. It is put ap ia
l'rice only fl per bottle, or 6 bottles Ibr $5
'I i. J J. H. MilXAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cardial. Also, McLean's- Tel
canic Oil Liniment.
Principal iK-pot oa the earner of Third and- Pine sis.,
St. Liitiis, Mo. ., .
Bold by BERRY k DEMOriLLK, aahvibs,
and all reiectable Druggists everywhere.
EYE fSs EAR-
Drr fVlTRWOOD, t htrajso, Illinois, the cmvDotit
and-"stif-Oiror he Eyeaudiar, whose
rputatici 1 s.. extensively known througnoot-- tho
r-nrled -tate. will arrive .NrfUvute.TeimonTnars
oav, Wber S5:h, leo t-. V - be" a i rerulariy ed
ucated Hvi'ia and frg ot the oU ioooi. and
having had an experience of 25 years m practice, will
Merfunaanvoo-ratwoniheEje aad tar Decv&au-y
uTr.e sight to ins blind, hotrkuc 10 the deaf, or by
other adequate means to remove any disease ot thoae
usnful ofT08 w:thm the reach of sciouoB and humaa
skill. 8 So chargo toe etanitnatipa or coesuiteuoB
HABITS OF (,0 D SOCIETT.
A Hand , rx k t L Ceatlemaa
This n not.ai might he inferred, a collecuoB ot Mt
(veil, ceremonies oicts of at; quelle, and toBves
iionxj'ips. , Written by a person well conversant
With the world, and k withal, a deep tainker(a ste
reasoner.asdseorrect Baojaliai. It will bocoiue a
standard work oa Habit aud Mansers, and will end
.a Wij Into every library. For sals by
J 1 f 'ilk
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