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JOHN E. HATllitR, AnoeiaU Idfr.
lfa. 1 TeaSerlclc Strt.
I For PnldBL
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FOR THE STATS AT LARGE.
BAIL1B PEYTON, of RfiUDtr,
FT. G. TAYLOR, of Carter.
1 , ; FOR TBC MSTRXCTS.
! 1. J. W. DEADFEICK. of Washington.
- 1. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox.
J. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn.
4. S. S. STANTON, of Smith.
4 " . d. E. I. GOLLADAY. of Wilson.
. ' . W M. F. KERCnEVAL, of Uncoln.
T. JOHN C BROWN, of Giles.
. I. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll.
10. D.B.N ABORS. of Shelby.
CamtrsJ Exeeatlva cMmiitM.
-r - Bowxv H. Ewtto, Nsnx S. Browx, Allen
A. Hall, P. W. Maxet. Johv Lklltett,
' John H. Callxxder. Hob ace H. Harrison
FRIDAY MORNING. NOV. 2, 1860.
- -' Trie k t Trielta ! t Tricks X X t
Qar Breckinridge exchanges are teemior
with can tiona to their friends to beware of
trleka, roorbacks, false stories tc. on the eve
of the election. We trust that no friend of the
Union will bo far forget the dictates of hon
matj and fair-dealing as to misrepresent the
" Breckinridge democracy in any respect.
Throaghont this canvass we have labored
nnder tha impression that policy and princi
ple and honesty all concurred to Induce their
opponent in the Sonth to paint them jaEt as
they are. For onr own part we have always
given onr faith to the utterance of Washing
ton, that, "Honesty is the best policy, as well
ii pablic asin private affairs." We have striv
en to act upon that principle, bat we have
had very hard work to convince others of its
orthodoxy, tbongh we have done onr best,
both by precept and example. We have not
however, lost onr confidence in the virtue,
Intelligence and integrity of the people, and
we believe they will coincide with ns that
the eve of an election is a very bad time to
apring new issues upon a canvass which is
about expiring. Some there may be, who
do so, but our trust in the innate strength of
truth, will not permit ns to doubt that all tbe
disaster that may ensue will fall upon the
' heads of those who contrive it, whoever tbey
Hr, Yancey's Home Responds to tlie
Courtesies or Cincinnati.
Mr. Yaxckt, of Alabama, recently visit 3
Cincinnati, and made spetch in Pike's Opera
House. He said some very bitter things:
about tbe people of Ohio, whom he seem-d
to regard as "negro stealers" generally. He
- was well and coortesly received. No person
al indignity was offered him. How hi city
reciprocates, the reader can learn from the
following article from tbe Montgomery Mail:
Straight Maxes a Straight Coat Tail.
A man named S. Straight, a member of the
Cincinnati firm of Straight, Deming Co.,
produce dlr", visited onr city lai-t Fiiday,
and remained until Saturday nigbt. The Ad
vartuer, of Saturday morning, contained a de
scription of tbe worthy, from a Rome (Ga.)
paper, which denounced him as a Lincoln ab
olitionist. Meantime, be was prosecuting hi."
business, in the way of soliciting orders Irom
onr heavy dealers, with whom, by tbe way,
his house has been doing some business for
two or more years.
It getting wind, that we had an abolitian
ist among us. a committee of citizens visited
the man at his room in tbe Exchange Hotel,
and searched bis trunk. They discovered noth
ing but an answer to Helper's Impending
Crisis and a Bird' books which it is most
singular an abolitionist should travel with.
But, probably, this was done to deceive, in
ease of search.
The committee questioned Straight, and
learned from him that he was a supporter of
Ldneclo, though be bad not, bo far we learn.
Bade known tbe fact, except on Ieing ques
tioned. In consequence of his admission of
sis LtiDcolniem, be was advised to leave by
earliest train, which he promptly promised
Subsequently, a committee of young ci ti
neas visited Straight and they intended eiihet
- to exeeute him or to administer such corpo
real punishment as would have made the
Straight brand notorious for the next half cen
tury. But in consideration of the fact, that
Straight had only expressed his preference
for Lincoln, on being closely questioned, and
that he declared at the same time that he did
. not believe Lincoln to be an incendiary in
oasid .ration of this some of our older and
more cautions citiaens took tbe trouble to
convey the wretched creature to tbe West
. Point depot, and, cutting his name off his
trunk, started him for bis happy abolition
homo where the 'nigger" is the equal of all
such white men.
Let Southern grocers remember the oamu
of Straight, Deming &Co. Mont. (Ala.) Hail.
The ballot is the sceptre which the citizen
of a free country wields in the government
of that county. It should represent the true
and unbiassed and intelligent expression of
an opinion formed on all tbe facts which re
late to the subject-matter to be decided. So
long as it bears this character, and possesses
this meaning, there is but little danger of
free institutions. If every vote to be cast on
Tntsday next eould be such as above de
scribed, all would be well, both with the citi
sea and his country. Let it be made so, and
let every man who is qualified under the laws
of the land take the earliest occasion on that
day to deposit that ballot, and let it be for
the Constitution, tbe Union and the laws.
. IH In ate 31 en.
A meeting has been held in Memphis pre
paratory to the organization of an association
' of Minute Men. The Avalanche says:
The meeting being called to order, J. V,
Crews, Emu was called to the Chair, and S.
House appointed aa Secretary. Tbe meeting
having been addressed by Mr. Haskell, of
Sooth Carolina, on motion, a committee of
Ive was appointed by the Chairman, to pro.
care a suitable hall for the meeting oo Wed
Bcaday evening, for tbe purpose of adopting
Constitution and electiug officer tb Com
Utrt being invested with executive power,
-he President of the meeting to be Chairman
of the Committee.
.. CammUlM. Tboa. H. Logwood. R. E. Chew,
T. F. Tobia. W. L. Coop-r, H. S. Park.
Moved and seconded that the roll fur mem
bership be opened this evening, and many of
ail parties enrouea ueir names.
On motion, tbe blue cockade waa adopted
as a badge.
Moved and seconded that the proceedings
el this meeting be published in all tbe city
The Committee to meet at tbe office of Dr.
B. M. Lebby, oo Monroe street, this evening
at 4 o'clock.
Oa motion, the meeting adjourned by giv
ing three hearty cheers for' the Minute Men
and the South.
,t ; . : . :
la order to save the Prince's term at Ox
ford, It is necessary that be should reach
koae by the 4th Instant ; so that the utmost
expedition will be eaed the fleet to reach tbe
English landing port, If possible, within
. twelve days from the time of sailing. This
will be a suspension of college laws in favor
of Bis Royal Highness, and justify the strict
osder by which royal movements are regula
ted la Kogland.
A It aver Extraordinary.
A new York exchange says: who could
could believe that it should happen tn thee
days that London merchants should come to
New York to buy their silk drew good ! Yet
so It has actually happened. An agnt from
one of the largest silk boosts to tbe world,
Metsrs. Morriwn, Dillon & Co., London, is
at Ibis lime in New York for the express
purpose of bujicg silk Imm our importers.
l be news baring reached Europe that silk
goods were selling at prices fabulously low
that gentleman was at once dispatched to
buy np the bargains for the London market
He however, arrived when the priucipal auc
tiooa bad cli d, and prices bad Taken an
upward turn, which may probably defeat bis
enterprise. Which is tbe greater, the impu
dence of our Importers, who have bought to
such an ejcesa as to hold out such an extra
ordinary inducement to English merchants.
or the enterprise that prompted the London
firm to such an expert effort at securiug a
bargain! Had tbe electric cable been now
in operation, the firm io question might have
easily cleared $100,000 by the purchase of
goods in this market, which wtuld not ooly
have been so mocb clear gain to them, but
would have probably improved the value of
the entire stock of silks in this market to the
extent of 10 per cent. The idea of the Lon
don merchants is an excellent one, and ii
put in operatiou during our adverse seasons
might secure them many a bargain.
Tbe Kew Organization with Secret
Crips and Fase-Words. '
Tbe New KnowKothlnz Order.
We copy the following card from Thos. H
Logwood, Esq., from the Memphis Avalanche.
Mr. L. writs to acquit himself of a connection
with tbe Minute Men, and in doing so dis
closes the objects of tbe Association, and al
so the fact that they have secret grips and
7b th Editor of tfu Avalanche:
I notice in your paper of this morning a
publication purporting to be the proceedings
of a meeting of an organization of men call
ing themselves "Minute Men," in which pub
lication my name appears as one oi a com-
committee for some purpose. I was surprised
when I saw my name published in this con
nection. In company with a lriend, I called
at tbe office on Monroe street, and inquired if
a public meeting was to be held there on
that evening. Upon beiug answered in the
affirmative, we entered tbe room where some
four or five men were assembled. I asked
one of them wbat was the onj ct of tbe pro
posed organization, and he bunded me tbe
"Constitution and By.Laws" of an organ za
tion in South Carolina, saying at the same
time, "that will explain our oljVcts better
than I can." I read them and went aw y.
I did not propose to join, for I do not endorse
or approve of the objects of the orgaiixzntton. And
if I approved of the olject, I would not join
it because I heartily disapprove of any po
litical organization whicJ has secret grips and
If I understood correctly the Constitution
and By Laws shown to me, tbe object of tbp
organization is to prevrnt the inauguration
of Mr. Lincoln, should he be elected to the
Presidency. Such a step I could not npprove
of under any circumstances. If tbe Uuion is
to be dissolved and the Southern States, or
any portion of tln'm, determine to sc- de
from it, there are other mod-s of accomi lish
ing the o j"Ct thn that of commencing a
civil war at tbe Ftderal cpitol. I maintain
the doctrine that each State of this Union
has tbe right peace-jbly to stctde from it, and
would b- jii-tatijble in tkiiigup arms in her
own defense, should the Federal Government
or the other States attempt to coerce her into
submission. I hope that those papers which
have published the proceedings of the afore
said meeting, will do roe tbe j isiice to set
me right before tbe pnMic in this matter.
THOMAS H. LOGWOOD.
Tbe Tippecanoe speech of Major
Judge Douglas, in bis late sperch at Mem
phis, thus allud'-d to Mr. Breckinridge's
speech at Tippecanoe, in September. 1856:
"But Major Breckinridge says that the re
port of his Fpetch doeR not do him justice.
He says he; nevi-r saw tbe report uniil long
afterward, and did not revise it. I take it for
granted he tells you the truth, but I am very
much sui prised for the reason that a gentle
man who was at Lafayette at that time, and
who was chairman ct the committee to re
ceive Major Breckinridge, declared in the
presence of many people a few we ks ago tt
Lafayette, that the report as published in the
paper was revised by Major Breckinridge,
and handed by him to the Mayor of the city,
who gave it to the editor for publication. I
take it for granted the Major is mistaken.
Otherwise Major Breckinridge would not
have forgotten these facts. Laughter."
AS EXTRAORDIXART MILITARY CoMPAXT.
A volunteer company has recently been oi
ganiztd in Virginia, which, says the Rich
mond Enquirer, is unmatched in material. It
numbers fifty-five, and of these fifty are in
uniform. Of the fifty, two are ministers of
the gospel, (one Baptist and one Methodist,)
two are deacous, two class-leaders, two law
yers, one doctor, one magistrate, two clerks
of court, two deputy clerks, forty professors
of religion, fifteen who don't profess, but are
moral and religiously inclined, seven who
pray in public, twenty-six sons of temper
ance, twenty-nine temperance men, and of
these last mentioned very few drink ardent
spirits at all, none of them excessively, and
last, but not least, they are all reliable and
true. There's a company for you. Hurra
for the Old Dominion! Reader, there is no
joke about this, 'tis a fact.
Census of Delaware. The census of the
State of Delaware has been completed and
shows the followiug results: White and free
colored inhabitants 110.542; tlaves 1,805;
number of dwellings 19,257; families 19,265;
farms 6,666; slave owners 615. Total popu
lation of theSfate 112.347, againBt 91,532 in
1850. There were 2,290 slaves in the Slate
How tub New York Ladies afford to
"Shixk." A curious commentary on social
life in this metropolis, says the New York
Times, may be gathered from a fact which
Rev. Dr. Tyng exhumed from the reminiscent
rubbish of the grand Ball, and gave to an
audience in his own church the other eve
ning. According to the reverend gentle
man's statement, an eminent jeweler's house
of this city cleared, from diamonds rented to
ladies to glitter in the presence of Royalty,
a sufficient sum to pay the rent of their store
for a year.
The Mar-hall (Texas) Republican,
published t the headquarters of tbe South
ern Pacific Railroad Company, says that the
financial condition of tbe enterprise is as
good as that of any railroad enterprise in
Texas or in the South, and that between four
and fire hundred hands are now at work.
Tbe New York fusion look complete
enough, for John Van Buren pre?ided at a
Union mass meeting in that city list week,
when Gov. Herschel F. Johns n and Gen
Leslie Combs made speeches, and tbey are
representatives of tbe three parties or 1S18.
Lxctcrixo Profitable. J oo n B. Googh.
is said to have received $250 for each lecture
he has given since his return.- He has al
ready acquired a property valued at op vards
of $300,000, which he is likely to double in a
TflrThe Prince's tour in the American
States cost him $100,000. and other people
spent on wardrobes and displays, not lees
thru two or two and a nan minions. ;
The London Commercial Record states
that the Great Eastern steamship is so shaken
up and weakened that the Is nnseaworthy. '
'1 he litlliard Tournament.
UREATKST OAMK KVKB PLATED BRILLIANT
Tbe grand tournament of tbe Knights of
the Cue waa begun at Lynch' saloon, next
door to the Uniou Place Hotel, at two o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Five competitors have
already entered the lists for the prize of a
spl'-odid gold-mounted cue, offered by Messrs.
Pbelan A Col lender. The conditions of tbe
tournament are, that each player will play
with each other player a single game of about
five hundred points, at the four-ball carom
game on a crom table, and tbe player win.
ning tbe greatest number of garner will take
tbe prize. At tbe close of the competition,
Pbelun, the retired billiard champion, propo
ses to try his baud against tbe winner, for
tbe bene tit of tbe ladies who will be admitted
by Invitation nn that occasion. .
The play commenced yesterday before a
crowded audience, consisting of many of tbe
most distinguished amateurs, with a trial of
kill between Geary, of Chicago, and White,
or ciew York. Tbe game was not sharply
contested, tbe players not having "their
hands in." as it Is cailtd; but a splendid rnn
of 94 by White put both parties to their met
tle, (jreary made a brilliant kissing snot.
which Berger exhibits as one of bis "fancies,'?
and several fine ruus of 22, 30, 31, 23. 30,
Arc. White's runs included, besides tbe 94,
one 48. one 31 and several of 28. He won
by 169 points. Tbe average tor each innings
was lz$ counts. ...
Mesi-rs. Dudley Kavanagh and James Lynch
then look tbe cues, in tbe midst of great ap
plause, these gentlemen once played a
match against each other, and great curiosity
was shown to see tbetn engaged in another
encounter. It was, however, generally ex
peeled that Kavanagh would win, b cause
Lynch is in exceeding bad health, and ap
pears almost too weak to walk round tbe ta
bles. revertbeless, tbe g:ime was contested
in masterly t-ty If, and at the close was pro
nounced tbe most brilliant example ot sKill
ever given in this country. After two feints
or no counts on the part of both, Kavanagh
began in earnest with a run of 80; Lynch
followed in a run of 120, made by tbe most
beautiful and delicate coaxing; Ktvanagh
then ran 33; Lynch replied with 56; Kava
nagh put forth a 42, in which there were sev
eral splendid round the table shots; Lynch
answendwitb an equally splendid 35; and
so on to the sixteenth innings, when Kava
nagh, by means of a run of 113 on the seventh
innings, made out 101 points ahead. This
game was so extraordinary that we give tbe
score. But tor Lynch's illness, which told
upon him obviously after tbe seventh innings,
it would have bven, doubiless, tbe best game
ever played iu this country. As it is, we do
not believe that it was ever surpassed.
Buns. Total. Buns. TotaL
1 80 80 . 12a 129
2 33 113 56 185
3 42 155 35 220
4.. ...55 210 15 235
5 18 228 10 245
6 38 266 12 257
7 ;..113 379 3 260
8 4 383 45 305
9 5 388 ' 0 305
10 .. 4 392 35 340
11 5 397 9 319
12 19 '407 15 364
13 3 410 17 381
14 4 414 10 301
15.. 31 445 8 399
16 55 500
Kavnnagh's average in the innings was
thirty-one and a halt, tbe greatness of which
our readers may judge of from tbe f.tct th.it
Pbelau's average in bis great match with
Si-reitet was not over fourteen. The schedule
for future play is as follows: Saturday,
Kavanagh and Geary; Titman, of Cincinnati,
and White. Monday, While and Kavanagh:
Tieman and Lyucb. Tuesday, Lynch aud
Wbitt-; Tieman and Geary. Wednesday.
Lynch and Geary; Tieman and Kavanagh.
Ttiur.-day, Mr. Phelan against the winner,
500 points. y. T. J'ost, 27th.
Peyton, Ilaynee and Polk..
These three gentlemen, representing tbe
Bell, Breckinridge, and Douglas interests, as
Elector ! candidates for the State tit large,
addressed a large and attentive crowd here,
on Saturday last. The occasion and the oc
currences of tbe day hare cau led more talk,
pro aud con. than any, it not all the contests
that have come off here, since tbe opening of
the canvass. We were not at home on that
occasion, and there tore missed the ricDest
treat tbat bus be-n served up this season.
All atcouuts agree that Polk completely
mastered Hatxes. He is reported by men t f
nil parties, to be the more intellt ctual mau
of the two, the better informed politician,
and by far the more shrewd, argumentative,
humorous aud successful debater. In addi
tion to all this, be bad the facts, the records,
and the right on his side, and he used tbem
lj great advantage. He vindicated his own
Consistency, and tbe consistency of Judge
Douglas, and exposed, with a master baud,
the tieochery, the mean hypocricy of the Se
cessionists us well as their w ick d designs
against tbe Government. He has increased
tue Douglas vote wherever be has spoken.
Col. Peyton, one among tbe best politicians
in the Slate, an able, logical, and eloquent
debater, met the bigbeat expectations of his
friends and the friends of tbe Union. Wher
ever he has goue, he has done good service,
and from all points in Last Tenne&-:e where
tbey have discussed tbe issues in the canvass,
we hear the most cheering news of tbe effect
ot bis speeches. In this city, Haynes read
from tbe National Intelligencer ot the 25ih
iust., to prove that Yanct-y was conservative,
and not for Secession, even in the event ot
Lincoln's elecction. Col. Peyton took the
same paper, read from the same editorial, or
article, and proved tbe very reverse, publicly
convicting Hjynes of garbling what was said!
He was very severe ou Uayues at this point,
and exposed tht; grots and contemptible hy
pocricy of such an attempt at deception.
Tbe effect was terrible, and tbe Breckinridg
ers feel it yet, and will feel it until the elec
tion is over, and long after that ! Knozville
Whig.' - i
How New York Will Go. A dispatch to
the Charleston Courier, dated Washington
City, Oct. 29, saj s : 'Secretaries Cobb and
Thompson, who have returned to this city,
give it as their opinion that New York will
go against Lincoln. Even Mayor Wood, who
was, heretofore, desponding, now thinks New
York is safe."
Faithful uxto Death. Among the items
of news by the last foreign arrival is the sad
fact thit the Naples correspondent of the
London News was killed in the battle of
Volturno, while venturing too far in the dis
charge of his duties as reporter.
ffi?"Mrs. Akn S. Stephens has been engaged
for the New York Weekly, and will write a
story called "The Gold Brick." We presume
the scene ia laid i i California, where they can
afford to carry that article in their nats.
S& Mrs. Gov. Moroax, of New York, is
the recipient of a beautiful diamond neck
lace, a present from the Prince of Wales.
It was sent from Boston by express.
Serious AccntKT. Washington McLean.
Esq.. late of the Cincinnati Enquirer, had
one of bis legs broken below tbe knee nn
uesday by being thrown out of a buggy in
New Yore Prunes Hon. Solomon G.
Haven has ' written a letter to the Breckii -
ridge central committee for Erie county, N w
York, pledging himself to act with the Dc
raocracy in opposition to the Republicans, if
elected to Con gress. Wbereu pon Carlos Cobb,
the Breckinridge nomininee for Congress, has
declined to accept the nomination.
jj2TIn consequence of the inclemency of
the weather the Uuion Rally, heretofore an
nounced to come off to-night at Johxsox'.h
Corner. Broad street, ia changed to the tbi d
story ot the. Court House. Let there be a
full turn out.
Evan D. South gate has written a letter de
fining his present position. We breathe
aain. Should any body be so ignoraut as
not to know rl D. S., we beg to introduce
bim. He is a son of Mrs. Soutbgate, and a
direct descendant of tbe South gates . His
father was a South gate. His ancestors were
from Germany the old Baronial lamily of
We-gstes I -r-Uommtmtceal A. '
- Douglas at HI aeon.
' Macon, Oct. 30 P. M. Judge Donglas ar-
r. - l here lo-nigbt, and bis arrival was ; an
nouueed . by the firing of one hundred can
noo. Great enthusiasm prevails.
.Vote of Tenueeaee.
i EAST TEXXESSEE. '
Anderson . , S83 .753 ....
Bledsos 843 ....
Blount T 4 126T
BradM?T;.vr-'10M-. r 149 ....
Campbell 6 63
Carter. ... , 881 r , 8SU - . ,
Claiborne..... i 78 " 684 J i
Cocke.......; ;t84i 965 i
Grainger 791 1'41 ....
Greene 210S . 1C2I
JUwkins 129 IU 3
Hamilton 1066 1121 ....
Hancock..... 6'S 449 : .....
Jefferson 641 ' 1611 "
Johnson...... 2)0 665 .... .
Kaox 92S 26 3 .
McMmn 1122 1031 ,
Meigs 643 124 ....
Marion...:... 414 462 .....
Monroe....... lltT . 911 - ....
Morgan,.....'. 335 . ,218'
Polk....,....- 750.. 368 ....
Rhea 446 339 ....
Roane........ 861 ' 1031
Sevier 266 1046
Scott 264 . . 225 , ....
SuUivan 1575 666
Washington... 1355 ' 982 ....
. . 21,496 23,102 --
- . - MIDDLE TENNESSEE.
Bedford.."..'.." 14?5 " ' 1585 .i.'.; '
Cannon 1009 420
Cheatham ... ....
Coffee 996 i 335. ..jj ;
Cuniberlandf . ....
Davidson 2412 3463 '
IXKalb 845 745
Dickson 861 432
rentress 538 148 ....
Franklin ..: 1443 315 .
Gik-8 1472 1295
Grundy 401 56 .. .
Hardin 890 580
Hickman 1071 195
Humphrey... 693 272
Jackson 1155 1339
Lawrence 794 639 ' ....
Lewis 253 19
Lincoln 2578 47T ' ....
Maury 1916 1379 ....
Montgomery. 1043 1353 .... "
MuraiiaU 1303 610
Macon..;....- 471 6 5 ....
Overton 1459 . 347 . .
Robertson... 1 77 1274 . ....
Rutherford.. 1515 1504
Smith 801 I486
Stewart 827 621 '
Sumner 1736 7.6
Van Buren... 197 1S1 ....
Warren 1222 392
Wayne 682 679
White 844 968
Williamson.. 801 ICOl
Wilson 1255 . 2240 '
Benton 740 393 ' ....
Carroll 1029 1687 ....
Decatur 487 359 ....
Dyer 681 712
Fayette.... 991 915 .....
Gibson 1392 1953
Hardeman... 1148 680
Henderson... 811 1290
Henry 1868 978
Haywood 902 781
Lauderdale.. 422 458
McN'airy.... 11-9 999
Madison 909 1355
Obion 1U8 611
Perry 623 329
Shelby 2231 2026
Tipton 616 365 .... .... ....
Weakly..... 1709 1043 .... .... ....
18 6S6 16,834 J .
Votes in this election with Davidson, Robertson and
f Votes in this election with Bledsoe.
Jodge Douglas at Atlanta.
A gentleman .who reached our city lait
night, inlorms ns that tnere were several
thousand persons at the depot in Atlanta on
Monday night when Judge Douglas reached
The Confederacy in its edition of Tuesday
The reception of Judge Douglas in this
city has never been equalled by the recep
tion of any man in the history of tbe Com
monwealth. Between five and six thousand
entliuiastic admirers greetid thedistinguish
ed statesman at tbe cars, and with joyous
hearts and eager eyes, followed him with the
most rapturous shouts to bis q .arters.
On bis arrival at tbe Trout House, be was
wlcomi d to our city and tbe State, in be
half of the National Democracy, by the Hon.
Luther J. Glenn, in oue of tbe most ppleudid
efforts of popular oratory we have ever
beard.-' Judge Douglas responded in a few
Hon. Linton Stephens, and other gentle
men, made eloquent ppeecbes.
Judge Douglas addressed an enthusiastic
assemblage of six thousand persons at Kings
ton, on yesterday, the 29 tb iuet. He also
spoke, about twenty minutes, to a crowd of
til teen hundred persons at Marietta.
Judge Douglas will commence to speak
precisely at twelve o'clock, in the City Hall
square. He will be introduced to-day by
Hon. Alexander H. Siepbens.
We nre informed tbat tbe trains which
reached Atlunta lust night and this morning.
were crowded and jammed with persons anx
ious to hear tbe -Little Giant." borne esti
mated the crowd in Atlanta tLis morning at
from twenty to thirty thousand. Augusta
To tlie Military In Mississippi and
It adonis us pleasure to state, on the au
thority of Mr. J. J. Williams, Secretary of the
Central district Fair, that in addition to tbe
premium of $100 and $200 offered for the
best Dragoon and Inlantry Companies in
Mississippi, the Directory have to-day offered
a sweepstake premium of $200 in cash, for
tbe best company in tbe bout b. Un tbe tbird
day of tbe Fair, Thursday, 8th of November,
tbe Companies from Mississippi will drill,
and on Friday, those from any other State,
witb tbose from Miscissipui will all parade.
So come on soldiers, from every Slate in tbe
South, let as have a lively competition. Mem
phis, New Orleans, Mobile, liaton Kouge,
nave n w an opportunity of competing with
Mississippi boys, not merely for tbe prize, but
for tbe laurels of such au occasion, aud we
invite tbem, and all others, who will, to come
on. and let as see who will be tbe winner.
Tbe Fair begins on tbe 6th of November,
and cloies on the 9 lb. Jackson Mississippian,
-. . i
Proclamation of toe Governor. .
In pursuance of a time-honored custom, as
well as the performance of a duty devolving
.. ... . - M., ,
upon all unnstian people, to give iuuuks
to the Supreme Kuier ot all .nations, ior tne
inumerable blessings bestowed upon tbem,
I, Isbam G. Harris. Governor of tbe btate
of Tennessee, do h-reby deriguate and ap
point Thursday, the 29th dat of Novkmbkr,
as a day of thanksgiving aud prayer to Al
mighty God, ana respectiuuy recommena
tbat the people of the State observe it as
. . . In testimony whereof, I have here-
jL. S t unto set my hand and caused tbe
i , great seal oft be State to be affixed
at tbe Department in Nashville, on this, 31st
day cf October, 1860. -
- ISHAM G. HARRIS.
, By the Governor :
J. K R. Rat, Stcretary of Slate. .
Mr. Buchanan Alarmed. A letter from
Washington, addressed to the editor of this
papr, says .
... "The President has at length become tho
roughly alarm d. S-cretary Cobb, lately rirf
turned rom Georgia, has brongfaf to bim
h avy tidings, and from the indications of
public sentiment pervadiog your State, no
doubt remain, tbat she is prepared to join
witb South Carolina and withdraw from the
Uuion. forthwith, upon the election of Lin
coln. Hitherto, the President has reposed in
the confident belief.' that such a crisis was
not to arise during bis term; but the signs of
the times are now disturbing even tbis ques
tionable consolation.'' Savannah Sep.
Telling the Truth. Joseph Lane, se
cession candidate for " the Presidency, said
in his place in the Senate, on the 24th of May
"It U the fault of the Democratic party, in
dodging principle, in dodging the Constitu
tion itself, that Has nroogbt tne tronote upon
the country and the party, tbat is experi
The South - Carolina - Banes. Ti
Charleston Mercury of tbe 25th inst., has an
article on '-Disunion Banks Trade." Strip
ped or its sounding pbrases it is simply this :
Tnat booth Carolina will certainly recede,
fepjrate herself from the Union and establish
a separate Government or Kingdom.. : Tbe
Legislature, - then, mast legalize the suspen
sion of her Bank, and Repudiate tht Debts dua
by .ner citizens to those of tbe Northern
States 1 It is this and nothing less nothing
more I In a few weeks the backs will be in
a state of suspension, and the State, it she
can be, a foreign Nation or Kingdom 1 - Such
are the giving out ot the Jfrrrury.-tbe organ
v Keep It Itotoro t no People,
tThat the recent elections ia the northern
States, demonstrate conclusively that nothing
can now secure the overthrow of the Black
Republican and the safety of the country, hut
the union of alii conservative man upon Bell
' How the Bolters make war on the Re
publicans is illustrated in the case of Bjer'y,
who forged the election certificate by which
Lehman, Democrat, was defrauded ot the cer
tificate for Congress, " and a Republican se
cured it. Byerly is a Breckinridge man, and,
as we learn by telegraph, has been found
guilty of the crime of forgery. Bntler, who
got the certificate by the forgery, clings to it.
How much better is he than Bgerlyt On.
Tne .Argument la Exhausted.
The true friends of the South and of States
rights in the city of Atlanta, are requested
to meet at tbe Armory of the Atlanta Grays
to-night, at 7 J o'clock, for tbe purpose of
perfecting an organization of Minute Men.
Atlanta Intelligencer. . -mJ I
The Montgomery Mail of the 29 th ult., an
nounces that Stares is "In town." We pre
sume it alludes to Starke Mad, who has been
figuring as editor of that journal lately.
In this city yesterday morning, of Consumption, Mr.
Joh-vF. FUbkkt, m the 65lh year of his ge. i ,
Philadelphia papers please copy.
JtT- 2ke best and safest, as well as the cheapest
method of curing all humors and chronic complaints,
is to use I)r S. A . Weaver's never failing remedies,
which are advertised ia another column. Try them
and you will say so too. From the evidence we have
seea in their favor we know they most be valuable
S3" Bead the following, from Dr. Lee per, an old
resident of Stark county, for many years, the most
prominent physician and druggist of the place : '
Natarks, Stark Co., Ohio,' .
: ' - June 21st, 1868.
Sometime since, I received a lot of Dr. Richardson's
Sherry Wine Bitters to sell on commission. They are
all sold, aud your further supply of three dozen bot
tles just received. It ink I shall need more soon, as
tbey are in good demand and highly praised by suffer
ers from indigestion, dyspep-ia and liver complaint
novl-daw4ur JAMES L. LEEPER, H. D.
We take pleasure in calling attention to the medi
cines advertised in our paper by J. N. Harris & Co., of
Cincinnati. Perry Davis' Pain Killor is well known to
the public, and needs no recommendation from ns, as
its good qualities tn all cases have been generally
tested. , The cherry Wine Bitters, in cases of dyspep
sia Jaundice, liver complaints, and in all cases where a
tonic is necessary, is highly recommended. Dr. Wea
ver's Syrup and Cerate are desirabie remedies in cases
arising from an impure state of the blood. Tbe com
bined use of the two is said to result favorable in all
cases. In the above list may be found a panacea for
all diseases ; try them. MansUmStar,Fd. 15A, I860,
Mansion, Juneau Co., Wis. - novl-dw4w
MUELLER t EVERETT lUzAaxsa.
v Friday Evening, Nov. 2, I860,'
Will be performed the new Drama of the
OR THE FALL OF ALGIERS.
Matilda DeMeric.. .. .
Henri tit. Alme vMiss Maeeie Mitchell
xue nuaAraD aoy.
To conclude with the Comedy of the .
FOUR SI S T E US.
In which Miss Maggie Mitchell sustains four charac
FROM the subscribers residence in West Nashville,
a dark bay Mare, wfeh the left eye out, one of her
bind feet is white up to the fetlock. I will Dav anv
one a suitable reward for her delivery to me, or placed
w Aji ci y awui, ui .aoHuvuie, bo wat i can get ner.
FOR RENT FOR 1861.
THE Store Room on College Street, eccupied
by Messrs. Gould & Freeman as a Furni
Possession Eiven 1st January. 1061. AddIv
to nov2-tf MICHAEL VAUGHN.
Ladies Elegant Winter Shoes
LADIES FIXE DOUBLE SOLE CALF CONGRESS
" " Goat
" " French Opera ' " "
" " Glove Kid, thick sole : "
" " Calf High Boots;
" " double sole kid lace heel Boots.
Just received at No. 21 Public Square.
nov2-tf SNYDER k FRIZZELL.
Rich Furs at Private Sale for days only.
WE have just received a floe lot of Rich French,
Canada, Prussian, Sable, Fitch, Marten and Caney
Furs, to which the attention of the ladies is calked.
novl-3t BEX J. F. SHIELDS & CO.
A FINE ARTICLE.
1 rjA BOXES English Dairy and Western Reserve
L i Cheese, just received direct from the Dairies.
and for sale by - BEN J. F. SHIELDS St CO.
A LADY, with proper qualifications and experience,
desires tbe position of GOVERXESd. in a South
ern family, or would take charge of a small select
school. In addition to ordinary and higher English
b anches, instruction could be given on the Piano.
Satisfactory references given and desired. Address
VI. A., Box 1128, St. .Louis, Mo. . novl-d3Uwtt
Gents' Superior Water Boots and
Gents' Fine Calf Pump Sole Boots,
. ." " " Double Sole Stretched Boots. !
" " " Square rdge Boots. ,1
" " " Canada High Lace Shoes, heavy sole
" " Double Sole Stitched Gaiters.
" . " " Scotch Bottomed. i
" " " " 1-ace Boots.;
" " " Calf Balmorals, sx . Ax. '.
With many ether styles Extra Fine. For sale cheap.
Call and examine. . JOHN RAM AGE, --
novl - j 42 College Street.
BCLBUS ROOTS, For the Parlor Garden. .
HYACINTHS, single and double. ...
TULIPS, CROWN IMPERIALS, NARCISSUS. POLY-
AM HUrt, SPANISH and ENGLISH IRIS, SWEET
SCrXitu JUXtiLlLS, crocus, and all des riptionsor
the choicest Bulbus Routs, imported from Holland ex
pressly for this market, also Glasses for Hyacinths and
Crocus. These Glasst s are ex ensively used in Europe,
ani with no trouble and very slight expense amateurs
are enabled to have these beautiful flowers in full
bloom and fragrance throughout the whole winter. .
oct30 tf - MACKEXZIh. a: MINCHIX.'
PARLOR STOVES1 . . . i
COOKING STOVES 1! ' J
COAL STOVES!!! ' i
WOOD -STOVES'! I'll '
' PARLOR GRATES, of all descriptions. " '
We olTer for sale for cash, at very low prices, the
whole stock of STOVES, GRATES, kc, la our ttore,
No. 6 College street. - MACKENZIE k MIX CHIN. -oct30
tf ' ' , !
T EIDY'S ANATOMY.'
. JUST PUBLISHED,
AN ELEMENTA.B Y-T R EAT J 3 E
I L i. . J-" -" --OM i- i' t - j
-. . HUMAN . ANATOMY.
JOSEPH LEIDY, M. D., (
Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsyl
vania ; Curator of th. Academy of Natural Sciences,
Ax., Ac, tc,. . -
. vol. 8vo. j
.: .:, I
KLEOAXTLT. ILLUSTRATED WITH NEARLY
FOUR HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS,
- ORIGINAL DBA WINGS.
J. B. LIPPINCOTT k CO.j
For sale by Bookseller generally. v.oct26-jw
FALL. AND WINTER -STOCK
" . L or ' - - ' ? ....
: NO. T CEDAR STREET.
Having arrived home from the East, I mZ''
beg leave to tnferm my customers and i 1
the public generally, that I have received t j
and am receiving a targe aod r-"'Ha""" ii J.
awortment ot . ... ; .-. ' - ; r
.. CL0TES, .'. -V--?. ' . . A f
CASSnZEBES, J -- i '
. .AITTJ 7 J3TIQS.
whirl. T in mund to make qd in the matt fashion
mbU styles, and a tbe shortest notice. i
iiiu' Furniahln Goods of all kinds k.D constant
ly oa baud. MptflMai
BI.VGH13I, MULLEN & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO NICHOL, GBEXS it CO.
Produce and Commission
No. 5 College Street.
i Cm n i v-' :
JUST RECEIVED AND WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY
on hand, and for sale at the lowest market price,
Hay, 'or ii,
Bacon, Liquors, &C
In Store and for sale hy
BINGIIAN, MULLEN, t. CO.
octai-tr i ,
3. LiimSDUX te CO.
NO. 11 SOUTH MARKET STREET,
NO. 6 MAGAZINE STREET,
- - Nsw Oblbass, La.,
Manufacturers and Importers of Leather, and deal
ers in Hides, Oil, Oak and Hemlock bole Leatnsr,
Russett and Wax Upper Kip, French and
American Calf Skin, Colored Roans,
Linings, Bindings, Moroccos, Har
ness and Bridle Leather, and
All orders for Hides, or consignments of Leather to
New Orleans, will receive tbe personal attention of
John Lumsden, and will be executed witb the same
promptitude ana eare wnicn nave neretotore given sucn
satisfaction Parties entrusting their orders to us, ad
dressed as above, may, with confidence, rely on their
instrcutions being carriea out wun naeuty.
The highest market price paid, in cash, for
The Official Paper of Congress.
I PUBLISH now my annual Prospectus of The DaCg
Globe, and The Conorestionsl Globe and Appendix,
to remiud subscribers, and inlorm those who may de
sire to subscribe, that Congress will meet on the first
Monday of next December, when I shall resume pub
lishing the above-named papers. They have been pub
lished so long, that most public men know their char
acter, and thei efore I deem it needless to give a minute
account of the kind of matter they will contain.
Tae Daily Globe will contain a report of tne Debates
in both branches of Congress as taken down by re
porters, equal, at least, to any corps of short-hand
writers in this, or in any other country. A majority
of them will, each, be able to report, verbatim, ten
thousand words an nour, wnue tne average number or
woreai spoken by fluent speakers rarely exceeds seven
thousand five hundred words an hoar. When the de
bates of a day do not exceed forty-five columns, tbey
will appear in the Daily. Globe of the next morning,
which will contain, also, the news of the day, together
with s.ch editorial articles as may be suggested by
. The Congressional Globe and Appendix will contain
a report of all the Debates in Congress, revised by the
speakers, the Messages of the President nf the United
States, the Annual Reports of the Heads oi the Execu
tive Departments, tne aaws passea auring tne session,
and copious indexes to all. 1 hey will be printed on a
dxibi royal sheet, in book form, royal quarto size,
each number containing un. into.. Tb. iuu wiu
make, it is believed, at least 8,000 pages. This is ac
knowledged to be the cheapest work ever sold in any
country, whether a reprint or printed from manuscript
copy, taking for data the average number of words it
Tbe cominc session, will, without doubt, be un
usually interesting, because tbe debates will, in a
great measure, be upon the policy of the President
elect, and the Globe will be, as it has been for many
years past, the only source from which full debates of
Congress can be obtainea.
The Congressional Globe and Appendix pass free
through the mails of the United States, as will be seen
by reading the following Joint Resolution passed by
Congress the 6th of August, 1852 :
Joint Resolution providing ior tho distribution of the
Laws of Congress and tue De Dates tnereon.
With a view to tbe cheap circulation of the laws of
Congress and the debates contributing to the true in
terpretation tnereor, ana to maite iree tne communica
tion between the representative and constituent bodies:
Be it resolved by the Senate andSouse of Representa
tives of the United Stales of America in Congress assewt
bUd, That from and after the present session of Con
gress, the Congressional Globe and Appendix, which
containd the laws and the debates thereon, shall pass
free through the mails so long as the same shall be
published by order or congress : fromaea, Tnat nom
ine herein shall be construed to authorize the circu
lation of the laily Globe free of postage.
Approved, August S, 1S5Z.
'I EIl.TIS t ... .
For a copy of The Daily Globe, for four months, $3 00
For 1 copy of tbe Congressional Globe and Ap
pendix, during the session 3 00
For 2 copies ditto, when ordered at the same
No attention will be paid to any order unless the
money accompany it.
Bank notes, current in the section of the country
where a subscriber resides, will be received at par.
The whole or any part of a subscription may be remit
ted in postage stamps, wbicn is preferable to any cur
rency, except gold or silver. JOHN C. RIVES.
ocusi-31 wasntngton, uct. 19, isou.
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to my old friends and
customers that after an absence of two years. I
have again returned to resume the practice of the
PHOTOGRAPHIC ART in all iu branches, having pur
chased the interest of my brother in the old establish
ed Gallery in Union street, ana navtng spent ioor
months in New York the past Summer to obtain fully
all the late improvements in the art. I have painted,
renovated and enlareed the suite of Rooms throughout.
That my facilities are now better to produce first
class work, than most Galleries can boast of, and con.
duce to the comfort of our patrons. I trust not only
to sustain tbe proud position tbe vaiiery naa Hereto
fore sustained, bat to elevate it o a still higher stand
ard. I have also engaged tbe services of Mr. COOK,
one of Uie boat ruutuicritpttera iu the world, who took
the Pictures which obtained the first premium at the
World's Fair in London, in 1861, and I am determined
not only to make this the leading Gallery in the State,
but my work shall not be surpassed North or Sonth,
and now introduce to the public th following new
styles t -
Imperial Phothgraph,' India Ink,
Vigenette, plain or colored, .x', ! c !
Pastel PortalPictores, life size, ( ,j
Photographs on Canvass, life size,
' Visiting Cards, full length plain,
( Autograph Photographs, 18 taken at one sitting.
Stereoscopes, on glass or paper, '
' I still continue to make the Melainotype and Am
erotype as heretofore. The above styles are all en
tirely new in this city, except tho Autograph Card,
when but one made at a Bitting. All who are in want of
anything In my line are politely Invited to give my a
call before visiting elsewhere, when I will prove by
occular demonstration the above facts.
t , Respectfully, -. - F. N.HUGHES.
" 0ct20-tf B. O. . C. 4 A. ' .
A. B. SUKROOXSKV. V ; V . W. VTCWABT.
NEW FIRM. !
MONTGOMERY &, -. STEWART,
GROWERS ANIT DEALERS IN.
- Fruits, Ornamental Trees,
Shrub s. Hoses, &c&c
MIS WOOD NUESEBY ' 1
NASHVILLE, : . . . TXATESSEE.
Three Miles from the Public Square-Ion the Hillsboro'
or Broad Street Tharnpike.
rpHE Proprietors,' In offering this edition of their
X Catalogue to the Public, beg leave to amure them
that every endeavor is used to render their establish
ment worthy of confidence and patronage of all per
sons. Their Fruit Trees are well grown, remarkably
thrifty, and of such variety as have proved to suc
ceed best in Tennessee and the Southern r :
Ia addition to our large variety of Fruit Trees, we
call particular attention to our stock of LArge Ever
greens and Onamental Tree, suitable for immediate
effect. Ours is the only establishment m the State
where such can be had.
Naming, Packing, 8hipping and Transporting care
fully attended to. " ... V
Enough charred for poking to pay cost of material.
- AH plants delivered in Nabvill free of charge.;
Orders solicited. MONTGOMERY STEWART. ,
Tct0-d6ra- j. 4 , , ,; Proprietors.
.LAkU ' Seed Wheat ll 11 11 1:
j,nn BAGS prime early White Wheat. i
UU 200 ags Mediteraneaa Wheat, selected ex
pressly for aaed tad for sale by
ostA-if CUN'&AS, OUXCLXB CO,
jnc lent and Modern .Coins..,
. A BESCBIPT105 r. . : :
Ancient and Modern Coins
JS THE -.
MINT OF THE UNITED STATES,
Prepared and Arranged nnder the Direction
JAMES BOSS SN0WDEN,
DIRECTOR OF THE MINT.
W. T. BERRY & CO.,
ocUl-tf PUBLIC SQUARE.
THE WORKS OP S1U PHILIP
W. T. BERRY & CO.,
HATE ON SALE
THE MISCELLAKEQU3 TOSSS 07 SIS
PHILIP BIDSiT, Kaot. With a Life of the Au
thor and Illustrated Notes. By William Gray, Erq.,
of Magdalen College, and the Inner Temple. 1 voL
S vo. Beautifully printed oa Tinted paper.
W. T. BERRY" k CO., have also on sale
BBlET BIOGRAPHIES' . By Samuel SmUee, Au
thor of "Self Help," and "Life of Gesrga Stephen
son." "Might I give counsel to any young m in, I
would say to him, Try to frequent the company of
your betters. In books and Life, tbat ia the most
wholesome society. Learn to admire rightly ; the
great pleasure of life is that. Kote what the greet
men admired ; they admired great things. Narrow
spirits admire basely, and worship meanly.' W.
M. Thackeray. With six fine Steel Portraits. 1 vol.
THE GLACIERS OF THE ALPS. Being a Nar
rative of Excursions and Ascents an account of the
origin and phenomena of Glaciers, and an exposition
of the Physical Principle to which they are related.
By John Tyndall, F. R. S. With numerous Illustra
tions. 1 voL 12. .
THE EIGHTH C0M5JAHD2IE5T. By Charles
Beade, author of "Peg Wofflngton," "Christie John
son," "Never Too Late to Mend," etc, etc. 1 vol.
THE WILD SPOBa'S 07 INDIA. With Remarks
on the Breeding and Keai ing of Horses, etc By
Captain Henry Shakes pear, Commandant Nagpore
Irregular Force. 1 vol. ISmo.
UEH3RIALS OF THOMAS HOOD. Collected,
arranged and edited by his son and daughter. With
numerous Illustrations from Sketches by Hood him
self. 2 vols. ISmo.
ATJTOBXOG BAPHICAL EECOLLrCTZOKS. By
Charles Robert Leslie, B. A. Edited by Turn Taylor.
With a fine Portrait. 1 voL 12mo.
W0M AIT 8 HOKE BOOK OF HEALTH. A
Work for Mothers and for Families, on a plan new,
safe and efficient, showing in plain language how dis
ease may be prevented and cured without the use
of dangerous remedies. By John Stainbeck Wilson,
M. D. 1 vol.
THE PHYSIOLOGY OF COMMOS LIFE. By
George Henry Lowe. 2 vols. 12mo.
FRENCH'S BOTES OH THE PARABLES OF
OUR LORD. Condensed. 1 vol. 12mo.
McCiULAY'S LAIERIS-'AYS. The Critcaland
Miscellaneous Essays and Poems. By T. Babington
Maccaulay. 1 vol.
SICTIiXARY OF M0DERJT ELAKG, CANT
AND VULGAR WORDS. Csed at the present
day in the streets of London, the Universities of
Oxford and Cambridge, the Houses of Parliamen,
the Dens of St. Giles, and the Palaces of St, James,
. Ax. 1 vol.
W.T. BERRY &. CO.,
oct 25 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Gents' Elegant Winter Shoes
SNYDER & FRIZZEL.CS.
GENTS' fine all Calf Pump Sole Gaiters:
" " " Stitched "
square Edge "
" ' ' Double Sole "
High Cut Lace Enamelled Boots, (heavy soles.)
, ji . Calf "
' " Patent Leather "
Scotch Bottom Congress Gaiters.
" " Lace Boots.
Tne bu.i ar nrjr fibs and will be Sold cheap.
1 am offering great inducements to parties wishing to
Pine Virginia Tobacco
By the quantity. Call and examine at 44 Union street.
oct22-tf J. W. LANGLEY.
THE firm of BLACKMAN k GILLESPIE, Boot, Shoe
and Trunk Dealers, South-west corner of the Square
and Market street is this day dissolved by mutual con
sent, Geo. L. Gillespie retiring. AU those indebted to
the old firm are requested to come forward and close
their accounts with F. H. Blackman, who alone is au
thorized to settle. F. H. BLACKMAN,
GEO. L. GILLESPIE,
In retiring from the firm of Blackman k Gillespie,
the undersigned returns his cordial thanks for the lib
eral patronage bestowed, and earnestly requests a con
tinuances of the same for his friend and successor.
DUVAL & JONES
T E X TIST,
No. 8 Cherry Street,
; NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. - .
Boots, Slices, Trunks, Valises,
New Stock just received by
F. H. BLACKMAN,
ooKxam or street i nrs sqr 111
THE undersigned begs leave to call the attention of
the public to his Ukndsome and comprehensive
stock of Goods in the above line, comprising all styles
Ladies and Gentlemen' Wear,
And every variety of articles usually kept in simOar
establishments, all of which will be sold at Astonish
inglf Low Prices. F. H. BLACKMAN.
W. MOKTLi5 .....W. B. WAIXACU.
110 KG AN & WALLACE,
NO 16 PUBLIC SQUARE,
Would respectfully call attention to their Fall and Win
ter stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, &C,
For ladies, gentlemen, misses and boys.
We would also call attention to onr large stock of
Plantation Shoes, which we are offering at low prices.
Our assortment of Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags
la complete. . .
Ate" Call and Examine our stock,
octlft-lm . . MORGAN at WALLACE.
- -For Sale. .
THAT comfortable dwelling, Xo. 164 South Summer
street, formerly the residence of Russell Houston,
Also, No. IS North Summer street, the present resi
dence of Jas. Correy, Esq. Aftply to ,
- J. K1KKMAN, President,
augl-tf - Union Bank of Tenn.
ALL kinds, seasoned or fresh, separate or mixed de.
livered in all parts of the city at short notice
and full measured cords, at the lowest market price, by
directing to Box 7S P. 0.,or leaving orders at the of
fice of the Yard, next to the Gas House, Cherry street.
. ; For Rent or Lease.
I HAVE a good Brick Dwelling, with four rooms , ' ,
and twenty acres of excellent land and plea - "
ty of good water. I will rent or lease it from JLuJ.
one to five years. Situated on the Nolensvule Turn
pike adjoining the corporation line. '
r , . ; , ' " . . . GIBSOX MERBJTT
oc'taS-Stawtf -'-- -
Undershirts and Drawers. :
C ILK Shirts and Drawers, heavy sad very nne;Cash
r'mere Shirts and Drawers, heavy and very tne;
Merino Shirts and Drawers, heavy and very fine;
Lambswool Shirts and Drawers do do do t do
Shaker Flannel Shirts and Drawers do 00 do
Canton Flannel Shirts and Drawers, do do i do
English Brown Cotioa !
Tbe largest and smallest men can find Ucderwear to
fit them, at No 28 Cherry street, one doer from Union.
oct20-tf - JHMoGILL.
Fresh Iloramony. ,
A SUPERIOR article )nst received per Railroad and
for sale by the barrel only by
octlT . BENJ. F SHIELDS fc 00
,s , - COAL OIL. ,
I ft KARRKI.S COAL OIL, superior article, uat re
ILoeived and for aala low by
sept22-tf RAINS, BROWN h C J .
Mi' ;iNSURNCEe , .'
ARE IOC INSURED!
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ilNASH & .MARK, :i
Land nNoUnsvUU and JfiS CNdfc ToUrf Turnpike
BT virtue of a decree rendered by the Chancery
Court at Nashville, tn the ease of Mary S Goodwin
NP Corbitt and others, I will positively sell at th
Court House- tu this city, at 12 o'clock precisely, on
SATUHDAT, 3d day of NOVEMBER . I860, the tract of
xl Acres and 128 poles of Land described in the plead
Uir s heretofore sold to the defendant N P Corbitt.
TxKS-6and 12 months credit without interest and
sale without redemption. - - -
Nora This sale is to pay the decree la favor of com
plainant for about $3,200, and besides this claim there
is also a further lien on said Tract of Land far about
$1600. to which the said Land will be subject.
No Lid received at this sale nnlres party ai prepared
to at one comply with terms of sale by T-m:ir
note with two approved sureties.
OCtlO Ids J B GLEATE3, C at at.
Major Works' farm for sate. -
PURSUANT to a decree of the Chancery Court at
Nashville, m tbe case of Sarah IX Work as. Wm.
Pybus and others, I will proceed to sell eat f ee w inaej.
mn Tuesday, 8t October, 1800, tbe Farm of ISO acres',
lying on the northern bank of the river (Cumberland,)
S miles from tbe city, and known as the home place of
Major Work and bought by him of Wm. Pyboa.
Tkkms. Sale free from redemption, and oa credit of
8, U, lg and 24. months, without interest parchawtr
to give notes with approved security and lien to be re
tained. J. E. G LEAVES, CAM.
AFTER having sold acres of above Tract of Land,
at a sale made on the premises oa this Oth Octo
ber, the sale of the residue (ISO acres) was postponed,
by cooseDt of all parties, to Saturday, Oct J7, ISAO.at
which time a sale at it will positively take place arm
Cbavcbv Cockt Rook, ia the Court House; to com
mence at 10 o'clock. . J. E. CLEAVES. CAM.
ABOVE sale postponed to SATURDAT, NOV. Sd, at
12 o'clock., J. E. GLEAVES, C. k M.
oct29-td " ' .
W BO OJKS-
F. H1G1X & CO.,
HAVE Just received by Express the following New
By Mrs. Gray. Author of Little Beauty, MonoMivreiar
-, - vyuwprovo m a vw. cwui ax z. aaa z
vols, paper $100. . . . "
By Alexandre Dumas tbe younger. The only true
complete and original transiatiua, from which have
been adapted for the stage the Drama of CAM1LLE. and
the Opera of "LA TRAVIATa. Complete in one iarse
duodecimo vol. cloth $1 25; 2 vols, paper $1 00
wmu uia luuowmg notice irom tne editorial col
ons uf the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin -
Doaua rum Yocsgbs's '-Cuuila, on rax Caxxus
Labv." Tne most remarkable, original and successful
story of this generation is that of Dnme am Co
rnelias," by Alexandre Dumas, the younger. irst
written as a novel and then altered to a play, it had aa
enormous success at Paris. Translated into every Eu
ropeaa language, has made the tour of Europe and
America with equal success. In oar theatres as Ce
sttile, it has made thousands laugh and weep bv turns
and in all opera houses of the world it has charmed
other thousands as La Traviata. It is founded oa tne
actual history of Marguerite Gautier, a fallen woman
of Paris, of great oeiibnty. Many translations of tho
original novel have appeared, but none are so faithful
and so good as that just published by T. B. Peterson at
Brothers, of this city. No one can deny that the storv
is a great one, and tbe present handsome and correct
edition will make a large demand for the work It is a
work for the "Million" and should be read by alL
Also The MAN WITH FIVE WIVE v By Alexandre
Dumas, Author of Count of Monte Chris to. Qotb M
New work b v Bevnolds- TTTV snvm r-. vmn
Cloth 60 oenu.
A full and complete assortment of all the Standard
and Text Books now ia use. Hardees and Scott s Tar.
forsaleby F. HAG AN A CO.,
PCt-tf 41 College street,
J. D. W. GREEN. jxo. T HAG AN
Medals! Medala!! MedalsH!
GREEN & CO.,
Xo. 6 rnion Street,
HAVE Just received a beautiful assortment of
Melainotype Likenesses of the rrf t-,t for Pre
sident and Vice President. Call and get one of those
beautiful "Charms" or 'Medals" representing your
favorite candidate. For sale by GREEN Co.,
No. Caioa Street.
LITERARY AND NEWSPAPERS RELIEVED REGULAR
GREEN Si. CO., Ao. 6, Union St.
N. T. Ledger; - , Boston Pilot:
" Herald; Flag of our tn ion;
Tunes; Harper' Weekly:
' IUustrated News; Home Journal.
" Waverly; Iriah News;
" Weekly; Literary Com pen kn;
Leslie's Illustrated News; Vanity Fair;
n aveny augazuie ; w elcome U uest;
Wilk's Spirit of the Times; Country Gentleman;
Porter's " " Musical Friend;
N. Y. CliDDerr Wxrklr Ilit .
Scientific American; London Illustrated News ;
roiiceuaaette; . Bell's Life ia London;
Family Journal; Louisville Journal, aa.
New York Herald; Louisville Journal.
The following Magazines are received Monthly :
Harper. Monthly; Leslie's Magazine;
Peterson's Magazine; Godey's;
Eclectic; Irving, and the Knickerbocker.
PICTURESColored and Un
colored. A Large and splendid assortment.
THEATRICAL PLAYS. A large assortment.
For sale by GREEN at CO.
octl8-tf No. 6 Union street.
RAINS, BROWN Ss CO.,
No. 19 Public Square,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Surgical and Dental Instruments,
MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS,
SHOULDER BRACES, and
rpHE firm of KJRE7ATRICE, NEVTNS k CO., was
JL this dsy dissolved by mutual consent, M. a- K
Eirkpe trick having withdrawn from tbe concern. The
business will still be continued at the old stand by tbe
remaining partners, NEV1NS, KEITH k BCTIJlB,
under the style and arm of NEVTNS. KEITH as CO
Nashville, Oct. 1st , I860.
In retiring from the firm of Kirkpatridc, Nevins k
Oa., we return our sincere thanks for the liberal pa
tronage bestowed upon the House, and recommend our
sucotasors and former partners as worthy the contiaa
ance of their patronage. E. KIRKPATKICK
act2-lm M JURSPATRICX.
WT have this day sold our entire interest in the
Book, Stationery and Periodical Business.
No, 6 Union street to Mr. John T. Hagaa and John D
W. Green, who will continue the business at the same
place, under the style of Green A Co.
JOHNSON at TREANOR.
On retlrinc from the book business, w
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage bestowed upon
ns, and take pleasure In recommending our successors'
aa young men of experience in the business, and wor
thy In every way the confidence of the peopK
JOHN O. TREANOR,
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOS, Ibr November, -
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for November, '
LESLIE'S GAZETTE OF FASHION, for November,
For sale by JOHN YORK it CO.
ROBERT BIOGRE & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
A"D. 49 WALSTT STRXKt, ')
OFFER for sals in kts
1000 Barrels Flour, superfine to extra family;
TOO Bushels Clover Seed;
MO . " Timothy "
'900 Herds Grass; '
600 " Stripped and Clean Blue Grass Seed;
1000 boxes Western Reserve. Enrliah Dairv and
Lard and Linseed Oils, Bacon, Gram, Candles, Soap,
Cordage, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, kc
we nave ample mcuitiea and give prompt atteauea
to the purchase of Merchandise required bv the South
ern trade, and to the sale of Cotton, Pig and Btoosa
Iron, Dried Fruit, and Produce generally.
EMPLOYMENT. A MONTH AND ALL EX.
PENSE8 PAID. Aa Agent is wanted tn every towa
and county to the United States, to engage tn a re
spectable and easy business by which the above pre
Bta may certainly- be realised. - For full particulars
address Dr. HENRY WARNER. M East Twelfta St.,
corner of Broadway,' New York City, tnrkisjig maa
posUMr. stamp. ,
BBLg Fares Epicuran, ths beat srUcl. ia ta
market, for sale bv
ct-tf . . CONEAD, C3AXMJ31 CO.
RUSSIA TRON Stove Pipe; -
Common da d -. . .
. .- Odd Basketa for Grates; .
Odd Fenders for Grates; e.,n-S '
Stoves put up ia any part ef 'w. WILSON.
TO XICAL STUNTS.
K( ftsra Ti-maa-s IHseecUng JaRraaensa just
JiT" T2i CO,