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WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCT. 31, 1SG0.
KOCK CITY MILLS.
'BeI!" Flour in bags $ , in balf bajs $
Old Hickory do " 4 S; " " 2 15
Eagle Jo " 3 SO: - - 1 80
Mixed Bran, per 1000 lis., one dollar.
Corn Meal, per bushel, il 00.
Delivered to ail parts of lie city. sept 21-ly
IGTLSLYTS CF T. . - !
Departures of Ir.i- t ;. : '
Xashtilli i CSaTTA.sujr:a 4 A. j- , r -:
Tkx-b-fs Amuiu 5:1 5 A. M-. 3:'-y - V'.r
LocisTiiiB NjfHrou-5:00 A. M-, J ' ' ',,
- Ca.-iiiEtsprw- 4:30 r- Jj
EiKiEWXD i Eslvtcckt:30 A-M-,
Arrival of ! user 1 rains.
Njshtiub .t CiuTTi5.'r J 5 - M-. S A. .M.
TE. Ataw.A-JOS'-O A- M. 4.I-0 P- M.
' olai n Kivm i: 1 O A. M.
S:-OA- C:lS P.M.
iiei.1. evj:kctx election
We are prepared t- furnish tickets for the
Presi-Ic-ritial EI- cMon at Oa Dollar per toou
acd cash ia alvarice.
We trcit lb-? fri-ciN .f the Union will Fee
that ticket are stippli-d at tac'u pr cii ct in
a'l the counties. Let i: dm? arly.
When ticket.- are hent lv mail th-; postage
will Le 55 c.-nts p-r ibo::-an I.
The I'uiioiAnvoMC Soci::tv. This t-xc-1
lent Soci' ly Lave rtctatly i.-rued a circular
to tbe public, a copy cf v.Licb wt l:n-l on
our table. TL-y state Ihi". tLe Soci- tv's re
ceipts for concerts thus far Lave fulkis cou
tiderably tlortof the expen.'Itaros that they
wish to ! us HV-ral a p"-?U.l : bt-r- id cr, as
tbey Lave b-rci riti Urn, in ir f xpeiid;-tur-s
ia ir ttin up tbeir c ..ticcit., r.otl t a-k
do rnore Ci'-aey from t!i; ;r frituls t!iaii is
necessary to cs-tt tin ir uuil.iy :Lat tLey
sire simply tbat tbeir r- cei-t and expendi
ture shall be equalized.
To accomplish thi ol j et, tb-y prcp'-sj to
have a r gilar list ol mb crib rs, and give
four concerts during tbesea?.2, c m:nencing
ia Octoty.r -r Novi-mSer, ni:d ending in April
or May. Ei;' mb-crlix-r rcc ives. oa tbe
naTiiient f i. a ticket. 5;dinit!iii; bimstlf
and two ladies to tbe four concerts. Tlie
priced tickets i thus ndac-d to 1 s than
C.r(y cnt i ucb, and a kjb as tbe Fabj;rij-
tion li.-t U as large as tLe capacity f tbe
ball will j'l-tify, no tick-'s will be Fold to
non--iibcril r. at ary price.
Tbe Society embrace forne of tbe b st
muMcal talent in tbe city. Ti.c ol'ject ol tbe
SK-iety merit tbe uio?l lib. ral encocrage
lucnt. and we are f-ure no diHiculty wiil be
met in procuring tbe full complement of tub
frcribvr. Eook f'-r enrolling tbe nasn s of sub-cri-U-rsniay
be found at tbe puTes of Jame. A.
M"CLri: and W. T. Etuiir i Co. ?ub-ciip-ti'jo
uuy also be bunded to any member ol
tbe Coin u:i: tee.
Tue Theatue Tbepr.-tty Maj;K?.Iit ii
ELL, a lit tie tL.-atliC-ii li'.;;.-s wberever she
goe. Ljs a way with btr which wins you
ri'ut on r at the lirt 1 ir-b in spite of your
self. You d..ut re.-:-t tbo winning mutb,
but yi:i would I-ewi a ail the s:ime if yoj
did. Hie liiidei.-taiid the 1 :bt -c.ia'dy bu
sice " a Weil a the i iveat-T. or as well as
if she bid invent' d it b- r- If. and, a- ?.nie
bidy says t souieb xiy i-e, ".-be toucbes
notbinir tbat .-be d-vs n t ad 'rii." And then.
she .-iu :; beiu'
a:i'ldi..ce- like a witch.
If yu wi-b to ti j-y a plea? .nt evening, and
l.iug'i to the tmouai ol fro'n ave to f;i;ee:i
dollars, go to tbeTbeatre and Pee b-.r in oae
of ber cineIi' s.
She appears tLis evening in t'.vo pieces
AisU I SiCft aud Anthill j;.d CUjfJtr-i.
F. P- E. K. C W..r..U-rfLil in.ke 1 are the
mutations of tiue ! Euipiies ri.-- ai-d tall
into decay, and ciiie-i pri::g up an I g back
into nothing:!".-". Eabjlo i :i.e gr at, E vx
1m.c the nns'e:i.,u-. and IV-tia the stupend
ous Lave crumbled iato da.-t. Rome, tbe
world's great mistress,
Ath-n, tbe b -auiiiul. li' s in ruin, uiiil the
pillars of Corinth h ive crumbled upon the
shore. '-Jlemphi .-b ill btiry thee" no long- r
inspires tbe d i.-ky v.or.-bip r f I-5s and
Osiri-, and drtb.tge sleep V-neath thesanils
of the desert. Fait i'.um is writtt !i iipra
4he broken walls of Troy, a;.d the pride of
Thebes and the splendor of of l!yz mtiura
bave fadi d wi:h
I til.- jrraii'hH-r v iij !i K 'lU '."'
But acid ail these siupendous changes
and melancholy wrecks. Ffi.ru ti:' rriini
um Lonilon Dutterschntch C.wuly niaiiit.iins
its pri.-t:ae purity, and continues to giow
better, aird in're popular with young and
We bad thought that the interpretation of
the Su rerue Court inigbt ret, b;;t now, it
seems a blue barrel ol wl.iky might turn
tbe scale acainst you. 1 u-e this illustration
a. the rtJuctio al a! furdum. to reduce the ar
gument to an absurdity. Mr. Yanciy's if tech.
We are inclined to think that Mr. Yaxcet
might use all the whisky in Cinciunati as a
reduc'io ad ahmrdum withmt reducing bis
speech to a greater absurdity than i: is.
Col. Willis' Speech. Ol. lb II. Willis.
of tbe Hickman (Ky. Couritr, adJivssid a
meeting of the people nt tbe Const House
night before last, in behalf of D vm.s and
Johnson. Col. Willis is a young speaker of
much promise, and ba won no little distinc
tion during the present cutest, llis paper
is one of the ablest in Kentucky, and is fight
ing gallantly lor the Little Giuut.
jjaT'Night before lust a man, whose name
we forbear to mention at pre-ent. was caught
in the act of prizing up the rails on the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, be
tween Cell Buckle and Wurtraee, ia Bedfud
county. He was arrested, and Me-rs.
WhitesIdes and Cole, Vice President and
Superintendent of the Road, went up yester
day morning to b-ive the ca.-e properly in
vestigated. Nasiiviile and Noktuwk-tlux Railroah.
The Banner learns that Mr. F. Hele.vek.
Engiatr of the Western D.vi-iou of this
Road that the grading Las been completed
sixty-nix miles lrom Hickman, ami the rails
are put down on thirty six of it. Thi cer
tainly looks like progress.
Washington Deamatic Cub. This is a
dramatic a-sociation ju-t organized in this
city. They will make their "tirsl appearance
on any stage7' to-morrow night at Huruiouia
IlalL The play for the occasion is The Shte-
ton VTttna. or the Murder a', lite Muund. After
the play the entertainment will b conrcrud
into a bail, when music and dancing will be
the order of tbe night. Let the Club bave a
Bingham, Millen & Co. Messrs. Nicuol
&. Green bave sold their Produce and Com
miseion house at No. 5 College street, to
ileeere. Bingham, Mullen & Co. Who will
rrrr on the business on the siino 1I!,t!
scale, keeping on band all the articley of pro
dace enumerated in their advertistineut, and
will sell at the lowest market price. The
bouse is one of the most re
.liable IU the city, i
and we commend it to the
. , . , i
public as euca. t
Letter from Engine Uodtrwood, Eaq.
Nashville. Oct. 30tb, 1860.
John Morrow, Esq. Sir: Over your name
as Chairman, there appeared in Mime of the
newspapers of Nashville, on tbe 18:h inst.,
what purport? to' b.; the proceedings of a
Iari- numb r cf Merch inta,'' assembled ou
Tu3.day evening previous at the Court
lions', and organized by calling you to the
This repot t of yoar proceedings does me
gross ir.j-istice. The signature of your name
as Chairman, gives theni-a moral force which
th-j would not otherwise possess, as it can
; ':ake the impression abroad bat these
proc- dinir5 meet not only your approval,
but 'hat of all tiles'; over whom yon presided
This I presume is the object of their publica
tion. Thus th-.se procediegs are elevated
above the mere expression of individual
spleeu; and I proceed to notice what is said
of me as the cxpre?sioa of the meeting which
gives it much more importance, rather than
that of individuals.
In the statement of the purpose of the
meeting, reference is made "lo the many
ffrirvirtai and visidts which Nashville has been
compelled to bear from the Board of Direc
or in power' and the desire expressed "that
jhe merchants assembled would devise soma
plan for the emphatic c-xpresc-ion of the feel
ing of Nashville, in regard to the misman
agement and the injustice of the policy of
the Board of Directors," (meaning the Direc
tors of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad
Company, of whom I have been one Eir.ce its
organization in Tennessee.) Tbe report says
'that the purpose the delegation (to Louis-vill-)
'iiad bee a to change their present rep
resentative in the Board of Dinctors Mr.
Eugene Uuderwoid;' also in substance, that
application was mad to the Mayor of Louis
ville to vote ag:bi-l me that be promised
to do so, but broke bis promise when be came
to vote. Again, the leport speaks of "tbe
iiicep:ion practiced by the Mayor of Louis
ville, and the despotic manner and purposes
displayed ly the old Board in the election,"
and '-that the Tennessee delegation had re
quested Mr. Underwood to resign" that
before bis answer could be received Mr. Un
derwood had been called from the city," and
that "'on going to Louisville they fonnd that
by the duplicity of tbe Mayorj Mr. Under
wood Lad been re-elected, against tbe express
wishes of the Merchant of Nashville." I
bave taken from your report tbe above ex
tracts ia detached parts, but in a manner
I believe to do nothing more nor less than
exact justice to its meauiag. I am one of
nine Directors of the Road, and there are
two others in Tennessee beside myself. The
general charges of lffrieVJnce$,, inflicted and
'insults'7 off red to Nashville, and the dtrxAie
r.ianner and purposes displayed by the old
Board in tbe elec'iun, apply to all tbe Direc
tors, and to myj-ell with as much force as
nny. I am farther especially designated and
presented to the public in such a manner that
I feel called on to vindicate myself against
the implications and inferences which will be
drawn from the proceedings of your meeting
In doing so, however, I feel that I have no
thing to combat except general charges
(which any one may" make) without tangible
Thus your meeting has imposed an on.rous
ta.-k, to meet and expose undefined generali
ties, when if those who assail me would state
their specifications, I should have no difficul
ty iu exposing the injustice of the attack. It
is not my purpose now to defend myself
against th- se asper.-ior-s. except to say that
th-: statement that "the Tennessee delegation
req iest'-d Mr. Underwood to resign" is un
true. It is due to candor, however, to stale
that I bml understood that such a request
was contemplated by some of the merchants
of Nashville, but it was never made. On
Tuc-day morning the 25th of September last,
Mr. Miz.-il (I think it was) called at my office
door a'ld informed me that some of the mer
chants or a committee of merchants wanted
an interview with me, aud 9 o'clock next
m rtiing was fixed for the time of meeting,
Lr.iie mat aiternoon i received a letter trom
Kentucky, informing mi of the danserous
illness of lie of my children. Meeting with
my frlenc.lG -o. Man-.y. E-q., In quested bim
to read the letter aud explain to the mer
chants the cause of my absence, as I should
leave in a few minutes to go tomy child. In
the course of our conversation, I asked him
if he knew what the merchaats wanted with
me. His reply was in substance that he had
re:eived the impression that they wanted me
out of the Board, because it was thought I
would r.ot vote for Governor Helm for Pres
ident of the Board. I left that evening for
!he vicinity of Harrolsburg, Ky., which Mr.
Mauey knew was my pnrpos.. I was pre
vented from attending I h' stockholders meet
ing at Loui.-ville by the sickness of my child.
I never spoke to a human being to vote for
me, nor had I anything to do or say iu refer
ence to the s.'eming trouble about my elec
tion at Louisville.
Now, sir, perceiving that .your meeting
adj mrned to assemble again upon the cail of
the Comor.it tee to which certain unpublished
resolutions were referred, and of the purport
of which I am ignorant, allow me to request
you, as Cuairman, to make known to the
meeting my desire that the fullest investiga.
tinn of all my official couduct as. Director
hall take place, and that I only request as
an act of jnst:ce at their bands, a distinct
specific ilion of each charge, and a brief
statement of the evidence ou which it is
founded. I admit the right of every commu
nity to investigate the official conduct of offi
cers whose action efb'Cts such community :
but I insist when meetings for that purpose
assemble, perhaps predetermined to stigma-
tiz; the officer with inflicting grievances and
insuilt upon the community, which it is his
duty to serve with fidelity, the obligation of
the meeting by every moral priuciple known
among men, binds them to exhibit their
charges or indictment in such a shape as to
afford a fair opportunity for defense. That
this community may know my wishes- in this
respect, I bave deemed it proper to address
you through the medium of the press in
which I have been assailed by a publication
appareutly under your name.
j3 The election for Electors for Presi
dent and Vice President of the United States
will be held at A. B. Shankland's office, on.
Vine street, between Union and Church strs.,
on Tuesday next, the Ctb day of Nuvember
Tiie following gentlemen have been appoint
ed to act as Judges, CKrks and Receiver of
Votes in said Ward. ft. r the purpose of hold
ing an election:
WM. S. CHEATHAM, .
JAMES B CRAIGHEAD,
E. P. FORT.
Recticer of Totes.
j?iT"The Bell Blues will meet this evening
at 6 o'clock at their armorv.
By order of the Captaiu.
Jas. M. Franklin, O. S. pro tern.
"-Thcre will be a meeting of the Bell
Grays at their armory this evening at seven
Attention Cell IIiIi!andf-r$.
YOU are ordered to meet at your armory this
-41 evening at T o'clock. A full attendanca ia Mr.
111 ""'' requested, as buaiiM-seuf lmportaace is to
IIId4' transacted, by order of the Utptam.
JuLoctfi - 3t w. u. skrulvjlst, o. s.
Forjtho ftoUy Pat: tot.
To .TIIs Nareitta P. Naander.
BY COCSIX MOCKMA.
Tbe limerin mis)c of thy voice
Cornea stealing through the mists of eve ; .
It? silvery n-.tes my heart rrj i-p.
And with the oii fond roemor es weave.
Kit hoar fT swett aud oft c iiiiuoai', "
When gentle heart in fancy love.
And to the w.ud-harp's siUing Uiaj
Meloci-ji:-; echo forth their love.
A golden veil o'er the faitinj tiht.
And green and blue Hesperean beam.,
IVir memory makes the s-. eee more h::gh'.
And gives us dear Arcadian dream?.
Oh ! thon Eweet Eden t-f tbe past,
Whose glittering hiU w.tli beauty crowue-l
Are wreathed with hoes, tbe bright bo cast
Our souls are in thy colors bound.
The raitln g rain fat's dashing down.
And etorm-cloodg swell tteir anthem ? loul ;
We look in wonder on their frown,
The b'acic, the ligi.tniug riven cloud ;
But in our hearts there ceslles love.
WliarU darkened skies and thunder notes
Can never fright, nor terror move,
Which far above yon black iie fijete.
Again ti.e l'glit slices oVr the so i
And land, aod weave the gorg.-ous rays,
Wiiilst rustling rain in milody
Blends sweetly with tbe oceaa's lays.
But see, the brow of eve o'enspan cd
With hope's soft blue and y. llow gleam,
A seraph nnt, ia who.se bright band
A ruin-drop warp, the woof sunbeam.
The night comes o'er the wriukled sea.
My soul goes out aud wander where
Its ljveniay float, entranced w ita taeo,
Aud sir.g its joys f.rever th re.
'Xea'.h Sou' hern stars' sweet pendant light,
Or by the moon'd g mz? veil of gray.
The fcoft, white mi.t and shadowy night.
Wh'ise ui titled clouds o'er blue s'iies play.
With liugii and love, aud joyous son.:,
We'll live witbiu the hamiL-d laud,
Where morning greet the warbliuj; throng
With matlu notes of iui 1 ban 1 ;
And summer days of flowers and light
Are robed in green, aud brightest skies.
Where sunset Usher; in tbe uigot,
But where our chei i.-hed love ue'r dies,
Xa.shviuj. Tenu., Oct.. 1SC0.
Deatu of Edwin II. Tennt. We regret
to hear of the death of Edwin II. Tenny,
Esq.. which event occurred in this vicinity on
tbe 25th inst. It will be remembered that
Mr. Tenny had bis lower jaw broken in two
places by the accident which occurred on the
Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad near
Lavergne ou the 29th ult. Befre be bad
recovered from this accident he was attacked
by Typhoid Fever, which proved fatal. Mr.
Teuny was a native of New Hampshire, aud
had recently located in this city as a lawyer.
Union and Amtriean of yesterday.
Sec-on a Ward lub.
There will be a business meeting of the
Second Ward BELL AND EVERETT CLUB,
at McFcrran's Stable, on Thursday uight at
7 o'clock. Every Union man in the Ward is
respectfully invited to be present, as business
cf great importance will be transacted.
By order of the President. Oct.31-2t.
3I0.D1Y, XOV. 5TII, I860.
Last Grand Charge.
DAVIONOi COl'MTV IS ItlOTIO.V.
The Urox Men of Nashville and Davidson
County will make their last
in the Canvass on Monday next (the day pre
ceding the election.)
Speeches will be delivered during fhe day
The procession of the day will be formed
at 10 A. M., by the Chief Marshal and his
At night there will be a
GRIND TORCIILICnr PR0CES5I0X
Display of Fireworks.
"Up Guards and at Them."
CHIEF MARSHAL, CAPT. W. B. WALTON'
Vr.rf IVarJ J. II. Van leer, ti. F. Alters.
Snmrf Ward .lames T. Hell. Charles Thomas.
Third H'arl Williamson II. H ru, Sr., Joseph It. Mc
Clelland. fourth Hard James M. Hamilton, Henry Marling.
tifih Ward Wm. S.Cheatham. Jorl.ui P. Coleman.
.'ijriA Ifnrrf JeflersYin Y irbrouth. Thomas llohscn.
.VroTiA Ward Isaac Paul, W. V. Parks.
Eighth Ward M. C. Collon, C. A. Brouie.
Secimd IHstrict J W. Allen. E. E. Patterson.
Third Vi-UriciVT. J. Charlton, Hibhert.
Fourth Oistrict H. F. tleaves. Win. siliute.
fifth IHstrict t'r. Grinstead, Marmaduke Cox.
Sixth IHstrict Joel A. Battle, Dr. Wm. Clark.
Strrnth IHstrict Charli-S Cook. Joseph W. liigley.
Kiilhth lHArct Or. lilaekman. Jami'S Williams.
XiiUh IHstrict Wesley Crecnueld, John Guest.
7A Ifistrvt J. il. Menifee, Horace G. Scales.
Kkrrnth District J. B. Murray. H. Compton, Sr.
Ticrlfth IHstrict Jesse Jordan. L. I. Gower.
Thirteenth Iitrict Thomas Miisen. John P. Wiles.
fourteenth IHstrict Skeltoii lemrss. Wash Jones.
fifteenth District And. F. Tnibue. George Fuqua.
.Sixteenth District T. C. Martin. John Hurt.
Seventeenth IHstrict R. P. Hill. Silas Norris.
f.vjhteenth District Thus. Chadwell, Henry White.
.Xineiecnth Distjict Henry Case. W. Kemp.
Twentieth IHstrict And. Milam, J. W. Parham.
Taymty-first District Kindred S. Kay. Sim. Casey, Jr
Ticenty-.Secoiul IHstrict Hugh Ewiug, tieo. Webber.
Ttcentij 'lhird District B. F. Drake, Tazwell Hyde.
Twenty- fourth District W. B. Young, Isaac lniier.
TKent'j iyth District Matt Anderson, Wm. Hyde.
WEDXESDAY NIGHT, OCI. 31ST, 18G0.
The lriends of Bell and Everett and the
Union will rally at tbe Chattanooga Depot
on Thursday night. Addresres will be de- I
livered by Col. Jo. G. Pickett, John High
Smith, E-q., and others.
The Military and Ward Clubs will meet on
the Square and march in a body to the place
of speaking. dtd
IX NOltril NASIIVII.CE,
Oa Thursday TVIjht, Nov. 1.
The friends of Bell and Everett and the
Union will rally on Wednesday night at
Weitmuller's, (Bellview.) Addresses will be
Gen. W. BARROW, and others.
The Military and Ward Clubs will meet on
the Square at 6J o'clock, and move in a body
to the place of speaking. d2t.
GRAND 31ASS MEETING
OF THE UXIOIY MEff.M
At I'llot Kuoa,in Kamuer Comity.
There will lie a Grand Mass Meeting of the
Uuiou men. at PILOT KNOB, in Sumner
County, on Friday, Xoxemher 2d. The follow
ing distinguished geutlemen have been invit
ed, and, are confidently expected to be in at
tendance aud address the people:
Ex-Gov. Uorehead, Hon. Joshua F. Bell,
Hon. Wji. C. Anderson, of Ky., Roger W.
Hanson, of Ky., Hon. E. H. Ewixo, Hon.
Jno. F. House, Hon. Robt. Hatton, Col
Jordan Stokes, Hon. S. S. Stantos. .
Ample provisions will be furnished on the
COME EVERYBODY HI td.
JSf The Ladies have resolved to vote on
rhe Sewing Machine question. They have
declared for freedom from leather pads, di
minutive shuttles, aud winding bobbins, aud
are determined to have Sewing Machine work
which survive tbe wash-tub. In short,
they are going "to a man" for a new admia
istratioa under The Grover &. Baker.
TRIE iEiST9 rREvERSD IND Bl-
Let the Sick Head and Reflect.
RADWAY'S UEAI'Y lUIJEF checks all diseas.-s
arising frfm riM and unwl oLsiime . weather. To tike
it at this, sc-'s-.u is to put oa dcfiusivo armor against
Rheumatism. Fever aud Airue. Lumbago, Xeui aigia,
s-ore Throat. Coiic. and all other coinpiaaits caused and
aggravated by cold ami daaip. Tae suddenues with
which, it arntb th -so !sniers is a plunomenon in
m.4iication. For ail pain, however excvacialiug, it a,
an iustautaoeoas remedy. Lalii s find it present help
lor the dehiiity oecastoned by mis-3rriag, and lor the
tortures they stiller from ieeuliar tuaetioual intt-rrup-tii.s.
Applied externally it reduces the intlanitiiation
of btirns. cots, scaids, bruises, Birains, &c, and gives
immediate relief to the b ju-rer.
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if these diseases, no danger need b apprehended.
They will break up and exterminate every vestige ot
the disease iu forty -eiht hours. Kauways Jteaay re
lief will, under all circumstances prevent pilling of tho
lace in cases tr Small Pox. If Railway's Ki'ady Klief
ami IU-guUting Pii s are used daily when either of the
attove namel diseasvs prevaail as epidemic, they will
surely protect all who use them auaeast attacks. Kad
way's Ready Relief will cure Croup when all other
Radway's Regulating Pills.
WARRANTED TO OPERATE IX SIX HOURS.
Radway's RjairiaTiNG Plus, vegetable and inocu
ous, oKrate and relieve ia from three to six hours-
Six nils are euual to thrrtv of the drastic pellets sur
charged with calomel aiid other coi rosive minerals.
Th-y never gr:pe, they never fail. Equalizing the dis
turbed cireuiatum they control fever: mildly evacua
ting the bowels, they remove the disturbing cause.
Lu-tiad of wrenching, convulsing, aud irnuiting the
discharging organs, the pills soothe them like a liealmg
emollient, and are justly regarded as tho omy sale ca
thartic and alterative lor ladies and children. JJcmg
coated with sweet gum they are pleasant to take.
Ravwjiy-'s Renovating Kesolvknt obliterates all dis
onlers that blemish Ihe face or erson. such as sore
ness of the eyes, scrof ulous eruptions on the face, and
ulcers and tumors, wherever located. Ulcerated Sore
Throat, Bronchitis, and all the distressing diseases that
fasten uon the lungs, and it unchecked, end in lalul
phthisis, are subdued by this powerful pulmonic. It
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humanity can resort with tho assurance of permanent
relief. Radway's R.'iuedi -s are. sold by lruggists
even-where. RADWAY & CO.,
ociai-lm 23 John Street, X. Y.
n o n r. ' s silvuk bands
THE ONLY PERMAXEXTLY 0RG.VXI7.ED BAXD IX
THE tITY, will attend to all calls lor music both at
home and abroad, giving entire satisfaction or no
harge. The Band is composed of
with a complete set of new silver instruments
AH calls for music, for funerals, pic-ntas, serenades
and jubilee w ill be attended to promptly.
W. I- HORN,
Manager and Conductor,
apr2TJly 15 South College St.
Messrs. AV. H. BaRNE i Co., Atlanta. Geo. Gents
! cordially endorse all you recommend in relation to
Clark .t Fuller's Ambrosial Oil. In Neuralgia and
Toothache, lor which . liave fully tried it, it is a sov
ereign cure. A. STODDARD.
HoIIoway's I'ill. The blood is the very
essence or health and life. It furuishi-s the coinio-
nents of fljsh, bone, muscle, nerve and iutegumeut.
The stomach is the apiiaratus the arteries the dis
tributors and the intestines the channels by which the
waste matter in i arried oil". Upon the stomath and
bowels, these medicines act simultaneously.
From the Boston Evening Transcript, October 10, 1059
SpauJTng's PitEi'AitO) Gli'e. The vMue of this glue
for domestic purposes is inestimable. The difficulty
of preparing common sheet glue for use led to the new
article. Id a hq. lid state the preparation can be used
without heating, dries slowly, emits no offensive emu
via, and ready for application. It is put up in glass
bottles, securely corked, and sold with a bru-h to ap
ply it, at the low price of twenty-five cents. Every
family should have the compound constantly on hand,
as thereby any article of wood, paer, crockery or
glass can be mended. It wiil save more than its cost
every lnonih in the year. Tin; advertisement iu an
other column, shows for what it is useful, and where it
can be purchased. ocloO 2w
Advice. 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.
eniu Cordial and Blood Puri tier." It will purify the
blood thoroughly, and at the same time strengthen
and invigorate the whole organization. The immense
quantity of it that is sold daily, is proof enough of its
great virtues in thoroughly removing all impure mat
ter from the blood. We say to all, try it! It is de
licious to take. See tho advertisement in another col
We would call particulal attention to Mclx-an's
notice in another columu. We add the following Trom
the St. Imis Herald, which sjicaks volumes iu its
favor. We say to ail jrive it a trial:
"We take especial pleasure in recommending Mc
Lean's celebrated Strengthening Cordial as an invalua
ble remedy for general debility and weakness. We
have seen it tested in a circle under our own immedi
ate observation, aud cau vouch for its elliciency and
worth. Il is an article which should be kept constant
ly in every family, us it is certainly an invaluable
medicine, fee the advertisement in another column
To Co it sump fives.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health in a
few weeks by a very simple remedy, alter having suf
fered several years with a severe lung alfectiou, and
that dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
known to his fellow -sutlerers the means of cure.
To all who desire it, ho will send a copy of the pre
scriptiin used (free of charge), with the directionsfor
preparing and using tho same, which they will find a
sure cure for CO.XSLMI'TIOX, ASTHMA, BROS
C1IITIS, rf-c. The only object of the advertiser in
sending the Prescription is to benefit the alliicted, and
spread information which ho conceives to be invalu
able, and he hopes every sulferer will try is remedy,
as it will cost them nothing, and may pro blessing
Parties wishing th prescription will p address
Rev. EDWARD A. T 6.V,
ocl4-ly Kings County, Xew York.
DR KING'S DISPENSARY
PRIVATE li IS EASES.
.i DR. KING, formerly of Xew York, for
tne last lour years ol Louisville, Ky.,
and who has devoted his attention to
tbe treatment of private diseases for 30 years, hatters
himself, having attended to a practice lor so many
years, and cured so many thousands, he is enabled to
cure all diseases ol a private nature, no matter how
bad they may be from injudicious medicial treatment,
or from neglect of their own. Dr. King's Dispensary is
Xo 23 Deaderick street, between Cherry and the Square,
ecouu story, wnere no cures an uiseases oi a private
;Oonorhea cured without nauseous medicines or in
erference with business.
Strictures of old or recent date, effectually cured in
a few days, by an operation which causes no pain.
Where a Stricture exists health cannot be enjoyed.
Pcrbaiis no disease causes more mischief and under
mines the constitution so much.
Syphilis, with all the diseases of tho skin, growing
out of neglect or bad treatment, cau be elluclually
cured in a tew days.
Seminal Weakness. Particular attention having been
given to this disease, and all the consequences growing
out of it, brought ou in many cases by the destructive
habits of inconsiderate youths, and excessive indul
gence of the iKissions, a neglect of which wiil under
mine the constitution, rendering the subject until lor
business or society, and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any dilllcuity of
the Womb may rest assured immediate relief.
Persons residing abroad, by writing and stating their
case, with alee enclosed, direct to Dr. A. King, No. 23
Deaderick street, Nashville, Tenn., will have the neces
sary medicines sent to their address. Ollice hours
trom t o'clock id J tie morning until 9 in the evening.
I have Bold out my entire interest in the firm of
Nicholson & Humphrey, to David Humphrey, who will
continue the business as heretofore. I will assist bim
him in winding up the business of the old firm, and
solicit for him a continuauce of the patronage bestowed
on the old firm. L C. NICHOLSON.
; In order to reduce my Stock as much as possible, b
fpre receiving new Goods, for a short time I will offer
my entire stock at cost, for cash.
July 2,1800 DAVID HUMPHREY. ,
A CH '7JTT-T i for the INSTANT RELIEF
41.0 1 ijLiLLxi., and PERMANENT CURE of
his distressing complaint use
; FEiDT'S . -
Made by C B. SEYMOUR & CO., 107 NASSAU ST., N.
V. Price Jl ier box; sent free by post.
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
mayS-insly . , . , ' ' . "
The Kanagaroo Hunters, by Cap. Rc-id;
.- Life of Kit Carson, by Charles Burdett;
i The Wood Rangers, by Capl. Reid;
k The Sand Hills of Scotland, by H C Anderson;
j Abbott's Aboriginal and Discovery of America;
v Everett's file of Washington, complete ia one voL
: price f 1 23.
, The Household of Bonvarie, a Romance of Southern
; Ljfe. '.;-":
j College on the Alps, Author or life and Manners in
i Switzerland.' For sale by '
octl8 JOHN YORK k CO.
Net Orleans Item, r
-New Orleans.' 0:t. 30. The' steamboat
Dixie, from Siirevfport ''"' to " Alexandria,
xnsgge.l and sunk os the 20th. and is a total
loss. The boat was valued ;vt $14,001). " In-snr-d
f.r $8,000. -
Th- stesmer Desoto, with Havana dates of
the 27th, has arriv. d. News unimportant.
Sugar was unchantfi-d; the growing crop was
excellent. Other ariict-rs unchang'd.
Mexican advices sny that the $400,000
conducta, which was seized, has" been re--stored.
St. Joseph. Mo..' Oct' 33. Th California
Poney Express, with four days later news has
arrived. - -.-. --
The steamer Granada will prove a total
San Fraxcxsco. Oct. 17. The markets are
unchanged but firm.
It is generally conceded thst the election
of Curtiu in Pennsylvania, will carry Cali
fornia for Lincoln.
The Breckinridge parly is losing strength.
Brevet Brigadier General Clark, comman
der ot the Department in California, is dead.
Tbe rainy season ba commenced.
Oregon news unimportant. " , '
Leavenworth, K. T., Oct. 39. The Times
says that CO dragoons, under Capt. Sturgis,
accompanied by the Indian -Agent, Cow an,
have been driving the settlers from the Che
rokee neutral laud.
Seventy-four bouses have been burned aud
tbe c-cctipauts eji-cled. .
-There is much excitement in Southern
Kansas though it is thought it is greatly ex
aggerated.g A committee in this city to devise means
for the relief of the sufferers in the Territory
has been appointed to solicit aid from the
The river is low and navigation difficult.
Washington, Oct. 30. A remonstrance
has been presented to tbe Government against
diverting the Wnr vessels Brooklyn aud St.
Marys from the protection of the Panama
Washington, Oct. 30. Robert A. Hunter
has been appointed Marshal of the Eastern
District of Louisiana, and A. Armstrong, of
Ga., Lieutenant in the Navy.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 30. Breckinridge
announces that the letter dated the 5th insL,
published over bis signature, and directed to
Dr. J. J. P. Caboone, of N. C, is a for
gery. Dlexleao 2tla.ll.
Independence, Mo., Oct. 30. The new
Mexican mail of the 15th has arrived.
Louisville, Oct. 30. The river is falling
with 4 feet G inches water in the Caual.
markets by Telegraph.
New Orleans. Oct. 30. Cotton firm; sales
to-day 10,000 bales; middling HJalU; sales
ot three days 26.500 bales; receipts of three
days 30.000 bales, against 42.500 bales during
the corresponding time last year; total re
ceipts at this port less than last year C7.5U0
bales; stock at all Southern ports less than
at the same time last year 133,000 bales.
Flour dull at 5,75u5,5. Pork nominal at
19.50. Freight ou cotton to Liverpool 17-32.
Sterling exchange 7i; ou bills of ladiug
CaCJ; New Yotk sight exchange JaJ dis
count. New York. Oct. 30. Cotton sales to-lay
3200 bales; middling upland. 11 J. Flourdull;
s iles 16,000 bbls 5 25a5 40. Corn, sales
42.000 bushels; mixed Western C8a69. Mess
Pork quiet: sales 850 bbls. Quotations un
changed. Lard dull; 12g12J. Coffee steady;
sales 150 bags Rio 143. Sugar dull; sales
145 boxes CubaCaGJ
T 111 ii II O W K
The undersigned having tho HOWE SEW1NO MA
CHINES iu usem their families, and having thoroughly
tested them upon every variety ot work, do art hesi
tale to pronounce them the most simple, the mosi
easily mauaged, aud, emphatically, the "-Ye I'iut
Ultra" of Sewing Machines.
Rev Dr Ford,
W T Cartwright,
Ueo A Leiper,
A W SoifUiworth,
' E Xavagh,
S C Rogers,
A C Beech,
V F Hardcastlc,
Mrs P J Couch,
' L Newman,
J C MeCrory,
W H Mmchiu,
Dr J W Huddleston,
W G Hough,
H G Scales,
Mrs James Wvatt,
" r: K CampV'l".
W L B Lawrence,
Dr G W Carrey,
B V McKiuney,
Mrs E Plumiuer,
" J G Moore,
II B Plumme. ,
J W Green,
J H Griddle,
W C Hall,
Mrs. E Randlc,
" E Smith,
. WnjJAMSON COUNTY.
Miss II S Short, Mrs S P Hildrclh,
Mrs S E Truitt, E A Richardson,
" M H Crouch, Mrs Mary M Bealc,
" Joel Anderson, M iss Mary T Craig,
Mrs L Hays.
Clifton Emory, John Miller,
Mrs Tuna, Mrs Williams,
Jonathan Corn, T S Pattee,
Mrs Sims, Mrs Gregory,
UB Truman, Guillord,
Mrs S Kinnelly, " Travis
Capt O W Davis, Clarks- A W Davis, Fayetteville
H Herblin, villo. Mrs (J Stroud, Morrison
J H Philbrooks, Columbia. E LC Witty, "
A P Parrish, Cumberland W A Marshall. Rutherford
C L Tison, Mrs M A Russell,
Mrs E Wyatt, Mrs M A Girviu,
A Slockess, Mrs E A Yancey.
IMC Duun, J W Dunn,
Mrs A Gordon, Mrs C Kuowlton,
John I lav is, Mrs S Daniels
Mrs II Davis, J Tryon,
ALABAMA J S Kelly,;
These unrivalled MACHINES are sold at tho low
price of $00 hemmers included. They gather an I
sow on tho band at the same time, Stitch iu cords
without fastening, hem, fell, bind, &c. Thev sew
every variety ot work, from the LIGHTEST "to the
HEAVIEST, and are unquestionably the best Machines
in the market for family use. A Premium was award
ed to the HOWE MACHINE at the late State Fair,
CONE BROS., Agents,
sept25-tf 53 College street, Nashville, Tenn.
Chancery Sale of Piney Fur
IX Pursuance to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Charlotte, rendered at the September Term, 1860, 1
w ill on Monday the 3d day of December next, expose to
public salo to the highest bidder, at the Court House
door in Charlotte, that valuable property in Dixon
county, Tenu , known as the PINEY FURNACE, to
gether with all the machinery and fixtures thereto be
longing. At the same time I will sell about 4000 acres of Land
attached to said Furnace, a portion of w hich i3 good
Farming Land, and lies adjacent to the N & N W Kail
road, now in course of construction. Said Lands will
be divided into parcels, and will be iu lots or as a
whole, as may be deemed advisable.
Terms: The above described property will be sold
without the right of redemption, on a credit of 6, 12,
18, 24. 30 and 3d months with Interest from date Bond
and good security will be required, and a lien retained
on the land until the purchase money Is paid.
A Plat of the above described Lands will be shown
on the day et sale. H C COLLIER, C & M.
Chancery Sale of Valuable Iron
fN pursuance of a decree of the Chan-
r". l. ... n v. ... .1 . i. . . .
. u i j v . ,ii i v n v vimj n n , i.uunm u. mc &?epkemuer
Term 1&riO f vi, 111 ..n V,M,w ink W.. r.f I , i
next, expoMj to public sale to the highest bidder, on
1 . . . .n . - .. I - v. , .v . l . t . i
luc ,i , in n a .miiMuic oun. ruryc, Wigeiuer Vila Oil
lli,. ti , ria ihiwain huLmoina . , 1 1 . . . .1 1
1 1 , i , , e Tnnn n,1 bnnirfl fid Ik. urvDV i -i . xr
FORGE. At the same time I will sell about 2500 acres
of Land attached to the Forge, a portion of which lies
on Cumberland River. Said Lands will be divided and
sold in tracts of convenient size. .
Terms. The above described property will be sold
without the right of redemption: on a credit of 8, 12
IS u r 1 1 OA nnuiiha with mt.cl fVnm. .1 . , . i i
uu " .... . . ufl.avi . WAKI. XJUUU Oil J
good security will be required and a lien retained on
Ik. 1 ti . 4 until tlin .11 1 ' i. ... i.i ... -. 1 . 1
uu ... .uv M 1 . i ii. 1 1 i 1UV1I1 J ao j III 1 1 1
A Plat of the above described Land will t ehnum
on the day of sale. - - H C COLLIER, CtM.
Chancery Sales. -
PUKSTJANT to a decretal order, made in the case
of N. C. Weems, Adra'r, aga nst Missouri Nixon.
et. aL rendered on the 14lh day of Sept. at CenterviUe,
& iiiwceujM wru, ou uie 2au uay oi XUTemtXT,
I860, on the premises, a valuable tract of land, con
taaiing about 1 .500 acres, lying on Lotterwood Crock
ti Hickman County, together with a valuable Grist
and Saw Mill erected upon .the same. - the terms of
said sale will be upon a credit of one two and three
years. Notes with good security and lien retained up
on the property for the purchased money, without the
right of redemption.
On the same day, ia Hickman County, In the ease of
Boiling Gordon, et. al. . Andrew J. Gordon, ft. al I
will proceed to sell, on the premises , to the highest and
last bidder, a tract of land containing 184 acres lvimr
on Duck River, the boundaries of which are described
in the pleadings tiled ia said cause. Said land will be
old on a credit of one and two years with interest
from date of salo. 0RILLE A. NIXOV.
cpt24-td .... Clerk Master.
THE undersigned will sell on the premises' on Sat
urday, th third tkv nf .'i..-.. 1..-. . v. - . . r
land QUOD Which JoJinnh Rutland L i . , . .
lying in district No 25, Wilson comity, conUing by
iiiuumnnKtrauimi pOHM title good- This
is certainly one of the most desirable familv residen
ces to be found. There are two good dwellings,
well located to a good road, with excellent water very
convenient; good orchards with every variety of frait
raised in this latitude.
. PraiUmUin Will Ha rrian tk. flw sv T ,
- " d'1-" fcnv hid, m riouuiirj, w lie ti
one third of the purchase money will be required down.
me isiuiuutT uiviutKi in two equal payments ll and
18 months with good security and al-n reuinrxl un
til the money is paid. , - T Y NORTHERN, -
ocwo-tu - 1H03 C MARTIN
-t - ' i Dailt Patriot Office,
I Nashville, October 30. I860
Corrox. Receipts light. We quote at 9
9Jc per lb., wiib some demand for manufac
. FLOUR We quote: '
Superfine iu barrels --. So 752,6 25
"'Extra,; ' " i .. e 3056 75 '
3 253 50
WHEAT This article is scarce, and will
Bell readily at SI 401 60 per bushel.
BACON Shoulders "lOJ, clear sid-s 13
14; hams 13143 per lb.
CORN. White 80 per bushel; mixed 75c.
OATS. 5055c per bushel.
:LARD S.tpply MmiteJ. S ties at 13J to
15c per lb. according to package.
MEAL Is selling at S;)j. t bushel.
FEATHERS We quote at 40c. "ft tb.j
GINSENG 4i)45c. lb.
GROCERIES. We quote ; Fair sugar
9J10 f) &.; prime to choice 1010c; ia
barrels lc. idvauve on these figures.
New York Coffee Sugars 10 jll$c. fl.,
crushed and powdered llt12c: Loaf 11
MOLASSES AND SYRUP. Molasses in
barrels 4045c & gul.; half barrels 45
48c; Sugar House 4345c. Golden Syrup
in barrels 75c: half b-u rels S0e.; aud keg
(ten gals.) 85c.
COFFEE. Rio 1616Jc; Laguyra none
in market; Java 1920c. lb. Stock light.
TEA. Imperial 50l'?1 ; Goapowd -r 50
75c; Young Hyson 40C0 ; Black CO
SALT. We quote Coarse Sack at $1 50 ;
and Fine at $1 60$l 75 ; and Barrel at
COTTON YARNS.- The following are the
agents' quotations for Cotton Yarns: 700
aud 800, 9c. doz.; 6 DO, 10c; 500, lie,
and 00, 12c.
WHISKY. Rectified is held at 2 l24c
gallon, and country at 5075c. gallon
according to quality.
CANDLES. Star 18c per lb. for Ugh
weight; 20c for full weight. Tallow, summer
pressed 13c; Sperm 45a50e per lb.
; Raisins Layer $3a3 25 per box; W. R
$2 50a2 75.
I SOAP Turpentine $2.25a2 75 per box.
; BRAN $1.10 per cwt.
HAY S2C27 per ton.
; RYE SI 001 13 per bushel.
i BARLEY SI 25 per bushel.
: DRIED FRUIT Apples 55(3,63 per bush
el; Peaches $1 25(31 50 per bushel unpeel
ed; $2 252 50 per bushel for peeled.
"Louisville, Oct. 83, 18C0.
Ci-Nni-ES. Soap axd Tailow. Cmdle in riemmd at
16c for 13 z, 16c Tor 13 i nz, 17c lor 14 oz, 18c for
15 oz, and 19c for 16 oz, atiheuouit time. Sties of
family S np at $1 60 for boxes of 32 ft. Tallow in
demand at 9c ft ft.
Citessr. ?carce, at 1010ic for Western Reserve,
and Ur3HaC ior Hamburg. Silcs yesterday of 90
boxes W. R. at 10fS10:.
Flocb axd Grain In better dcmnil at $5 for su
perfiae,$i lofeo 75 for extra, and $ 361)6 2 j 'or fam
ily branus. Sales yesterday of 430 bhis at $5 2"m6.
Wheat is arri -ing Ire. ly , and tae s iie are at $1 Ojio)
1 15fr prime red and white, w ta a salo j esiei d .y
of 4,o00 bu els .'it those figures. New corn com
mands 3S40i 1 bus el by the ca load -. old corn
lrotn siore at 59, iOJc bushel. A sa e of '9v0 oush
els oats from st re at 3 )H)37c, and light sil s from
wagons at 3J(q: 3 Kye 60: bushel from c unlry
wagons Bar ey 85o ier bush 1 for prime. A sale
of --50 bushe s malt Saturday ut $1 U6. Corn nie..l ia
demand at 5oc per bu-hH. We qiiive bran at $11
13 H t a, shorts $14(16, shipstutls $17(3 20.
Phovisjox-s Litt'e doing in mes-i pork, with a sale
of 35 bbls yesierday at S18 50 Slioulders have de
cline I o ; other descriptions of b c n are as l)efe e.
We quote siioulders at 9l4'c ; rib si :es l-.'c; clear rilt
silc-s 134'c ; i loar sides 13 (5) 15c ; plalu can ass d
and suga. cure I hams 14a., d 14-'. A sale yesterday
of 45 casks ba -ou at ihe quoteu rates. Lard 13.1 S
lo,o fur t erces an l kegs.
Itank Note aud
All Teua. B'k Notes par
Iuisiaua Banks Z dis
Bank of America 1 dis
Southern Bank 1 dl-
Mobile 1 dis
late Bank Ala 5 dis
Commercial Bank 1 dis
Da'idridge Bank 1 dis
Buck's Bank ldis
Central (a 1 dis
Commercial B'k.. titil dis
AU good east u UL.j dis
Virginia , to 1 dis
Carolina & Geo.... ais
N". Wesfn B'k Ga 3 dis
North Carolina. .lili dis
Xew Orleans pre
New York selling. ... pre
Baltimore J, tire
Ocoee Bank ;1 ills
Lawrenceb'g Bunk.. .75 dis
Bank or Tazewell 2 dis
" ClailMirne 2 dis
" E. Tenn 95 dis
Citizen's B'K, Mem.. 75 dis
Bank ot Jefferson 50 dis-
Exchange Bank 90 dis
Kentucky Bauks 'dis
Ohie Banks a dis
Indiana Stale Bauk. .. , 'h.-
Illinois 3.5 dia
Agricult'I B'k Browns
ville. Central Bank.
Farm's & llerch'ts Bank
Mechanics' B'k, Memhpis.
Memphis Saving lust,
iliu. .V Manuf. Bank,
Dank of Trenton. broke
Gold, American par Silver
40 acres, per acre 75 120"s
80 s 70 160 ,
BY virtue or three fi. fa's. No's 2038, 2542, 2549, It
me directed, and delivered from the llouorablb
Chancery Court of Davidson County, Tennessee, at its
May Term, 1860, 1 will expose to public sale, to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the Court-House Yard, iu
the City of Nashville, ou Monday, the 6lh day of No
vember 1860, all the right, title, claim, iuterestand es
tate, which Jas L Powell then had, or may have since
acquired in and to th following descrilwd property,
to wit: Two tracts of laud lying ou the North side of
Cumberland River, Davidson County, Tennessee, oue
of said tracts containing U9i acres, the other con
taining 100 acres, and being the same on which Mrs.
Sarah Powell now resides ana in wuicn she has a lile
time interest and estate. The interest here levied up
on being the same which James L Powell is entitled to
by descent from his deceased brother Julia Powell,
being levied on as the property of James L Powell,
and to satisfy ju, laments rendered in favor of James
Schooemaker, J C Sillimon & Son, and X Bazin, against
James L Powell and Hiram J Wells.
J. K. EDMUNDSOX,
BY virtue of a FI. Fa. to me directed from the Hon
orable Circuit Court of Davidson County, Tennes
see, at its July Term, 1860, 1 will expose to public sale,
to the highest bidder, lor Cash, at the Court house
Yard, in the City of Nashville, on Monday, the 5th
day of November, I860, all the right, title and inter
est which Jos. W. Dub bs has to a tract or parcel of
LAND lying in the 9th Civil District of Davidson coun
ty, situated on the waters of Mill Creek, including the
Glen Cliff Depot, on the Nashville aud Chattanooga
Railroad, and adjoining the lands of T. B. Johnson,
containing about 334 Acres, registered in the Regis
ter's ollice or Davidson county, Book No. 26, page 335,
levied upon as the property of J. W. Dabhs, to satisfy
a judgment rendered in favor of J. E G leaves, Cill.,
against E. S. Hawkins, et. al.
J. K. tJJSrCXrtSOX, Sheriff,
octl5 By E. D. WHITWORTH, D. S.
BY virtue of an alias fi fa to me directed from the
Honorable Supreme Court of Davidson county,
Tennessee, at iu June Term, 1860, I will expose to
public sale, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
Court House Yard, in the City of Nashville on Mon
day, tbe 6th day of November, 1860, all the right,
title, claim, interest and estate, which T G. James
then had, or may have since acquired in and to the
following described negro man named Hartwell, aged
about 35 years and complexion black, being levied on
as the property of T. G. James, to satisfy a judgment
rendered in favor of H. C. Drake against T. G. James
sndals. J. K. EDMUXI'S'lX, Sheriff.
octl7-tds By E D W httworth , D S.
Y virtue of an alias 8 fa to me directed and deli ver
edfron tho Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson
county, Tennessee, at its September Term, 1S60, 1 will
expose to public sale, to the highest bic der for cash, at
the Court House Yard, in the city of N'.ishville on Sat
urday, the 3d day of November, I860, all the right,
title, claim, interest and estate, which Lewis Y. Craig
then had, or may have since acquired in and to tho fol
lowing described property, viz: One Xew Barouche,
suitable for two horses, being levied on as the proer
ty of Lewis Y. Craig, to satisfy a Judgment rendered
iu favor of Alansoa Crooker against Raid Craig.
J. K. EtsMCNDSON, Sheriff.
oct23-tds By W. D. Robkutsok, D. sheriff.
Penmansti'p and Phouograny.
J. V. DOLHEAll.
V -I 7 TIL on Saturday, the 27th inst. ,
; V open a class for teaching tho
above useful arts, iu Mr. Kirkman's
RniMincr cfirnpr ,if Summer and Union.
streets. Hours a to o, r. jt-, w u
Who wish to join the classes should secure Seals with
out delay, as tbe room is small and will not accommo
date a large number. - P a oct25-tf
.. , , tor Xor.mhpr.
I Harper's New Monthly Magazine, for November,
',- Harper's New Monthly Magazine, for November,
' Godey 's Lady's Book, for November,
Le Boo Ton Journal of Fashions, For November,
Blackwood's Edinburg Magazine, for October.
' Just received by JOHN YORK t CO.
f oct25-tf -. - -
A (( BAG 8 Mixed Cora;,
JJ 400 Hags While Cn;
. 6oO Sacks Oats:
i. 200 sacks fjora Meal;
1- -60 Bales Hay; . ,
-..-. 20 Bhls PuUloes; '
" , .. 50 Bbls Onions;
Just received and for sale by
ectO-tf CONRAD, CHANDLER, k CO.
VEGETABLE ' v
A IN KI h E.'K
THE GR2AT .
FAMLY 33EiiIlIE ,F TJ1E AbK
7 E ask ihe att ntion of the trade and the (ml.hc ic
' this long and irivoUed
V A 31 i L.Y 3 1 i 1 1 1 1 ; I V
For the ctire ty" C-l ls, Cm'is, IlVii- .si:.itj auu
General VAility, Indistitn , t ramp auft I'aia ia
SinmacA, iljtnl Ojjto.'.uhi', folic. DiurrMt a. h-Jera.
And for Fever and Ague,
Ttlere is nothii.g beit.T. It ha b.v.i fav.iraMv kiiCWC
lor more than twenty years lo be the
ONLY SURE SPECIFIC
for the many diseases incident to th--lmmaL. l-iniiiy
Internally ;uiu i.xk'r:i.ilU
it works equaiiy sure.
Wuul steonger'jifvf ,4 tUi-se tacts caa bo -.;..iiceil
th.n lue loloiwin letter rece.vea utisoUticdUxii:: ticv
A. W. Curtis :
Rosiiio, MaLco.MB Co. . Mich . JlIVK. ii-'-Mn-f-'Hs.
J. N. lUu'js Co.,
Oeutlemcn : The couli 1 n e I have ia Torre llav
Pain Killer as a remedy i'.rCul-ls,Cotii;tis, Barns Sprain.
aud lUieum .tisin.tr the cure of which 1 have success
fully used it, i..ducua mj to cheerfudv rcvmui.tiii ns
virtues to others.
A lew moiilus ago I had recouisa t. it m destroy a
felon ; although 1 iio-l never heard oi its being used tor
that pui jMs- . but having suffered ii:iei:se.y u,ui a lur
nier tiue, an I bavin- noutl.er rem sty al hau l. '. appuc.t
tile ITiiU Killer freeiy for about UU.-.'Jl m li nes at eve
mug, an. I rex ated tuv app:ic:i -u very ariehy the next
l.ioiuiug. wiir-U e.iiu-eiy oe.-iroye liie ! -loii, and in
creased my couii uencv iu tue uii.itv el tne remedy
Yours truly, A. tV. tVRTIS,
iliuisU'r of the Wcsh-yau ileiiiodist Ciiurdi
THE PAIN KILL
has been tested ill every variety ot clmiat j an I by
alin.isl every nation known to Americans, il is the
rvastant couipaiiMn and mestnaable irieu.t oi the m
siomry and travelier, ou sa hu 1 land. anJ no ii:e
should travel ou oiir LAK1 oi: 1UVULS "11'liUl T 11
Be sure you ail far and get the genuine Paia Ki'ce:.
as many worthless nostrums are attempted to be seia
ou Ihe great reputation ot iliis valuable uiedn'iiio
JJaj-Oireclious acc.iuiii,iuy ing each Itotllo.
Soul by dealers everywhere.
Price 25 cts., 50 els. iiudil jx-r bottie.
J. N. HARRIS & Ctl.,
Projirietors f T the Wesieru an l Southern Stales
Sold by W W Berry & D'lnoville and Lwiu. I'eu.iieti'ii
& Co, Nashville, Tenn; S ilantie.iel & Co, Memphis,
Tenn; J Wright i to, Scovii Ac Ilea 1, New o.-teinrs
Eilward V iiiier, Louisville, Ky; John D Park, Cmciis
JH. S. O. K1CI1 AKDSO.W
hewn Wxm gittcto,
The Celebrated Xew Lug iututl !lrt;itt:
Jaundice, feme and Ague, General Iebi!ily. and all
Disease arisiH'iJ'ruM a Disordered Stomach.
JLieer or Bowels.
at HEY are are used aud recommended Uy k-ading
- Physician; of the country, and all who use them
pronounce ihetn invaluable
lr James L Leepere writes from Navarre, Stork co
Ohio, Ihe billets are highly prais.'d by those sullur
ing trom indigestion, ayspei-i and liver rompiaiu:.
E S Davis, Postmaster al Wii,iainsiort, tliii , says
" They give great satisfaction. 1 use them iuysll.
having taken cold, become prospale and lost my aj,e.
tile. It relieve"! lue, aud 1 can rccoiitni ml t w:t!:
great assur.uice of its merits."
Dr. Wm. M. Kerr, of Iv gersville, Ind., w rites us that
they are the most valuable nicik ine ollercd. He has
recommenced them with great success, aud Willi tliciii
made several cures of palpitation of the heart aL 1 1 en
Thom.is suuiford, Esq., Blounts villi, Henrv ci, , Ind
writes us a long letu-r uuJer oalo of May 4,"lso6 He
was much ri'duced, having been altliclcd lor llinv
ye.irs with great uervous uebiluy, iva pit iliou ot Ihe
Ueart of lliu most s -veru and prostrating character,
"after usi.ig a le-.v bottl.-s, 1 ws couiplei ly restored
and am now in robust health."
George W, Hoffman says he was alliicted Willi i.heu
malism lor tweuty years in ail its varunia forms, an:'
at Ihe dale cd his leiler hj h.id Ixvn two years well ;
the UilU-rs eltecliiig a cure, when several" piiys;cuiis
ulleuding him coiiid do him i-.o good. He Says, lor
rheumatism, disep-ia, hvi-r comi la'int , kidaey aiUv.
lion, or ilroisy, il is a sKi!lic cvil iin r. ine.Iy '"
J. W. Haul writes Iroiii IN-Iphois. All-u co,, Ona . (a
sii tion where fever ami ague prevail,) that lie lao-t
ch.-crfiilly riHi.iiiin n is them of deci.le.i merit in ail
cas.jsof lever an 1 ague and g.-ueral d, bimy.
D. K. Gaiiehers, .M. D., wi n. s iroiii Van Wei l. Kino,
" 1 luosl resiHi-tiuiiy len.itiuii nd the s-herry Wine liil
ters to Ihe notice ol ji 11 disin ptic p,'.sous,"un.i lo ai
who require a slmuiialihg uieiiicihe.
SIL'II AEWS WE AUE RtLTIVIMJ Ulil l.
FULL HIRECTIoNS ACCOMPANYING KACll ti.TTtL
They are sol 1 by M 'cli. ine dealers generally.
Price 75 cts. per liotlic,
J. N. HARRIS i CO., Cincinnati Utile,
Proprietors for the Southern nn, U .-steiu St ars to
whom address all orders.
For sale wholesale an 1 retail by W W lien y At lie
moville ; Kwin, Pendleton .v "o.."and ILiius "lirou L
Nashville, Tenn.; S. il.uisi! M A; Co., Memphis, leun
J. Wright A: Co., anl Scovii ,t Means. New Orleans: J
D. Park, Ciiiciniiati, Ohio; IMwaod Wilder, liui.-ville
PUHIFY THE BLOOD !
DR. WEAVER'S CANKER AND SALT RHEUM SY
RUP, lor the cure of Cank r. Salt Kiieuiu, Ery
sipelas, aci-tiiulous Itseass, C-iueii-oiis 1 j--.:pliT,iiS, sore
lyes, aud every kind : Disease arising Iroin i.n im
pure stale of the 111, ...I. 1HK ii'-i' EIFKITIVE
BLOOD I I RIFIU: OF THE N 1 .'ETV.ENTiI I KM'L'HV.
11 is l!io Prescription of an Educated physician, and
all wiio are alliicted with aiiy ot t'ie alxn e nauil dis
eases, should us-- il v ita-tul de ay. It wiil orive the
d:se;u-es trom tlitj sy.-teiti, at d vvaeii oiu-e out on the
skin, a few applications of DR. WEAVER'S ClJlATK. or
OlM'MEM', and you have a p.-ruiaa, lit care.
The CERATE has proved lts.-if to be tiie best Oint
ment ever iuviute-1, and where once i(s it has never
been known to tail of eifecting a permanent cure of ui,l
Sores. Tetter, and Ringworm. Scald 11-ad. ( IiLlii.iins au I
Frost iiiu-s, Barb -r's Itch. Ciiappi'd or Cracked Hau ls
or !.is, Rlotehes or I'linpi.-s on the Fac. And for
SURE Ml'l'LEs AND SO,;E EYF. Ihe Cerate is the only
thing reqiiirel to care. It should be kept in the house
of every family.
Price of Syrup SI. Cent" of 25 cents er bottle. Di
rections accompany each boiiie, Sild by most Medi
cine Dealers. J. N. HARRIS c CO., 'Proprietors.
For the Western and Southern .-tates; Cincinnati. O.,
To whom orders lor the above Medicines may be ad
dressed. Slid Wholesale and Retail by W. W. Berry & Domo
ville, Ewiu, Pendleton A: Co. , Iiiils .V Broun, and all
other Druggists of Nashville, Tenn; S. Mansfield Jc Co.,
Memphis, Tenn; Edward Wilder a: Co., lmsville. Ky ;
J. Wright i to., New Orleans, Iji. ang-JO-d l ly"
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480 Broadway, New York City.
(Political or otherwise,)
P.MPin.FTS, Satires, S rm m, Schixd Orations,
ComruMitiuus, Essays, Poem or Letters, revised,
corrected or writton by gentlemea of
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And' Authors of acknowledged Talent.
NOVELS AND MANUSCRIPTS,
Of all kinds revised, corrected and preiurcd for the
Ia French, German, Spanish, Italian, Latin, Creek, icj
Inquiries by letter mast enclose stamp for reply.
,8A1I communications held strictiy confidential.
tovefc! Stoics!! Sloyes!!!
TIIAVE in store and cow receiving the best seh-cted
isaotment of 'OOKING and HEATING STOVES,
FURNACES, GRATES, c, ever off-red in this mar
ket, and will sell as low as art iclcs of the same kind
can be bought in Louisville or Cincinnati: say iu part
4 sizes fluted Common Stoves for Coal;
4 do straight, do do
3 do large tiiobe Coal Stove;
3 do Ojieu Franklin Coal Stoves;
' do do do Wood do
'3 do Monkey Coal Stuves;
& do fluted ISox Siovi-s for Wood;
T and 10 Plated Wood Stoves;
2 sizes Kansas Parlor Stoves for Wood;
B do Challenge Heaters for Coal ; ,
2 do large extra t hurch. stoves;
" 4 do PhiKo ix Coa! Stove;
. 2 -do Ironing and Wash-house Stoves;
Common Jamb and Mantle Grates;
Marbleized Iron Manliiii an 1 GrateK. complete:
Wrought and Cast Iron Cooking uive for Wood
and Coal, of best make. J. W. WUdoN,
OC113 '17, College at.
COXIilD, CHAXDLEIl & CO.,
Produce and Commission
llZ--J?---!Ze-f&-- ... .C. ' i
An aperient and stomachic preparation f '
ULGZi purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com. ,
bnstion in Hydrogen, of nigh medical author.,
ity and extraordinary efficacy ia. each, of th
following complaints, via.:
DEBILITY, NERVOUS AFFECTIONS, SSLtt
CTATION, DYSPEPSIA, DiASKHEA, CONSTI.-Pi-TION.
.SOFULA. SALT BHETnil, SCTJEVY.
JaTJNTjICE. LITER COMPLAINTS E-HXPHIA.
TISM, MZECTJTEIAL CONSEQUENCES, INTER. '
MIXIENT FEVERS, NEUEALGIA. CKBOmC
HEADACHES, FEMALE WEAKNESS. HIS-.
MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, eta,
PIMPLES ON XKE FACE, E0UGHNESS OF
THE SKIN, eti. "
The IRON being absorbed by the blood, and
thns circulating through the whole system, bo
part cf the body can escape their truly wonden, ".
The experience of thousands daily proTet that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
comnared with it. Impurities of tie blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale and otherwise
s.ckly complexions indlcats its necessity ia al-,
most every conceivable case. Is U cases of
female debility (.fluor albas, chlorous, etc.), its
effects are deUghtfully renovating. No remedy
hs.3 ever been discovered, in thewhols history t
or msdicine, which exerts such prompt, happy,
and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength?
witt an unusual disposition for active ana
cheerful exercise, immediately follow it me.
As a grand stomachic and general restoratav .
it has no superior and no substituto. '
Pat np In nrat flat metal bnxes cont nt ,
r.O jillls. jirlo- SO cents Irr feox t six
?'3 JMt nc itoten boxes. OO. For sla toy ,
Dmsslits KriM-rlly-. Will e sent rree t
any Aldres on receipt of the price. All 11
ters, orders, rtc., sTnoald be. sdclrcssed
K. B. LOCKE & CX).,t 1
General Ag-ents. -
339 BKOAUWAT, Bf V 1
N". B The above Is fne-sUrUl eX tbs
IaIm 1 on rh box.
DR. J. H. McLEA.N'S 1
Streuglnening Cordial and
Blood Purifier! - , :J
The Greatest Remedy ia ithe "World,! and th
most .delicious and delightful Cor- r
dial ever taken. -
' It is strictly a sci
entific and Vege
procured bv the i
Jdistiliation of Roots,
'Herbs and Bark,
Yellow Dock, Blood
Knot, Black Knot.
Cherry Baric and
Dandelion enters m-
--- to its comiosilHn.
The entire active
jjs. remedial principle
A-iy ItT tif oeh iioTiilunt
is thoroughly ex
tracted by my new
?T method of distilling, j
i 1 i . . . i i . -
Mere taJdiuLcious, exhiieranuK4ftcr takini ;
spirit, and ihe most Infallible remedy for reoovillBC
the diseased system, and restoring the sick, (ufUrmg
aud delulilatod luvalid Ui Health and Strength. - -
WILL FJTECTUAIXY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia Jani"
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys j
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver ot
Stomach, lysiepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity
or sickness of ihe stomach, Fullness of Blond to the :
Head, Dull Pain or swimming in the Head, Palpitation
of the Heart, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, sour
Kr'K-tatiiiiis, Choking or sntlocaliug leeling when lying
down. Dryness or Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
NiL'hl Sweats, Inward Fevers, Pain iu tbe small of the
Back, Chest or Mde, sudden flush of Heat, Dcpreraiue
ol spirits. Frightful Dreams, latnguur, Despondency, or
any Nervous Disease, Sores or Blotches on the skua, and
Fever and Ague (or Chills and Fever.)
Over a Million of Bottles
Have ben sold duriug tne last six months, and ia no
ULstance has it tailed in giving entire satisfaction. Who
tlieu, will sailer from Weakness or Ik-bihty when Jfc
Iran's Strengthening Cortlial will cure youV
No language can convey an adequate idea of the im
mediate and aliment miraculous change produced by .
taking this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and
Shailered nervous system, whether broken, down by
excess, weak by nature, or imiaired by sickness tho
relaxed nnd unstrung organization is restored to its
prcsluie health and vigor.
or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause, .
will find Mcliean's Strengthening Cordial a thoroug-r.-L'eiieraior
ol the system, and all who may have in.
) ind themselves by iiupncr indulgence, will And in
the Cordial a certain and speedy remedy
TO THE LADIES, .
jTIt'Leau's Mreiilbeuius Cordial
Is a sovereign aud speedy cure for
' Incipient Consumption, Whites,
Obstructed or Difllcult Menstruation, Incontinence ot '
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting aud all Diseases incident to
'I Iieie Is no Sllstake About It.
Sutler uo longer. Take it according to direct ious. It '
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again. Every
bottle is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, puny or afflicted, Vc
I mail's Cordial will moke them healthy, fat and robust.
Delay not a moment, try it and you will be convinced.
It Is Delicious to Take.
CAUTION. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try lo palm ii)Hin you some Hitter, or Sarsaparilla
trash, w Inch they can buy cheap, by saying it is just "
as good . Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean 'a Strenglh
euiug Cordial, and take nothing else. It is tbe only .
remedy that will purify tbe Blood thoroughly, sad si
the same time strengthen the system. .
oue lablcsimouful taken every morning fasting, it a
certain preventive for Cholera, Chilis and Fever, Yel
low Fever, or any prevalent disease. It is put up ia
Price only $1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for ti
J. H. M CLEAN,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial. Also, McLean ' Volj -,
came Oil Liniment.
Principal Dcpol on the corner of Third and Pine its. ,
Et. Louis, Mo.
Sold by W. W. BERRY & DEMOVTLLE, Nsshvule,
and all respectable Druggists everywhere. - .
-N Save Jhe Pieces!
' At accidmlj trill hapen, eren in toell regulated faami- '
lie, it is very desirable to have some cheap sad eoave- '
nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, fte.
SPALDING'S PEEP ABED GLITZ ,
meets all such emergencies, sad no household can af-
lord to tie without it- It is always ready and op to the
Slicking iwinL There 18 no longer a necessity lor :
limping chairs, splintered veneers, '"T dolls sod
broken cradles. It is just the article for cone-shell sad :'
other ornamental work, so popular with ladtes of re-
unement ana taste.
- This admirable preparation is used cold, being cbeav
i colly held in solution, and pooaejiain all the valuable
qualities of tbe best cab uiet-maker's Glue. It aoay bs
used in the place of ordmary aaucu&ge, Deinf vastly
more adhesive. ...
USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE. ' .
N. B. A Brush accompanies each boule. Pries, Si
Wholesale Depot, No. s Cedar street. New York.
Box, No. 8,600, New York -
Put up for Dealers ta Cases containing Four, Eight,
and Twelve Dozens s beautiful LilbogYajiiuc Show
Cord accompanying each package. '
a A single sottte of SPALDING'S PREPARED
GLUE will save tea tunes its east annually to every
house hold. a
- Sld by all prominent Stationers, Druggists, Hard-,
ware and Furniture Dealers, Groom sad 1 aacy Stores."
Country m-rctnuils sliould make s nine of SPAL
DING'S PREPARED GLUE, when makiiu; up tbeir list.
It will stand any climate. jaolo-ly - I
IJAL.Ii:S AiN'I) WEEKLIES.
. THE NEW YORK HERAIJJ, Doily. .
THE NEW YORK LUHJER, Weekly.
IIARI'EK S ILLUSTRATED PAPER, Weekly. - "
U-UfS ILLUSTRATED PAPU, Weekly!
'THE WAVEKLY MAGAZINE, Weekly. -
' WIlJvE SSPIiUT OF THE TIMES, Weekly, - ' i
THE LONDON HXUSrHATED NEWS, WeeUy. "
THE LONDON" 1'CNCH, Weekly. '
THE Lo.NTioN TIMES, Weeklv.
For Bale by JOHN YORK ti CO.,
joua a. kts w. s. Msrrr.
FIT E Ai De WITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND SOUCTTXlRS IN
CiUNCEBY. ' '
CARTILAGE, TEXXESSS, . ".-
Will practice in all the Courts of the eouattes of
Smith, Macon, Jackson and Putnam. Will give special
Rilenti a to thecuUeclkiB Of rUima. Ri'ferences: Fits,
Stiepord Co Nashville, Tens, n. Wesvw, Cash'r
Planters Bank, Nindivulo. J. Carrey, Cssb'r Lsjoa"
Bank . ciiu-w6w