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f . .P j DAILY, 3j TRI-WEEKLY, S3; VT2 OFKOE CPBHEE CH1TBCE A3D CEERHY STHEET ! S OiSiSTHXS,T.C.DTJKKItfbtOH. 6 a.C-tOESETT c nn-noHRATIC TICKET. . a a - r- . - ?0X I'KC3IDEST- JM1ES BUCHAKM, , or PBNN3XI(VAniA. JOHN C. "BKEGKiiYEIDGE, " a&rtsocit&TXO - sleotoxias. tickh't, - FOR TH3 STATB AT XAHOB:)' - ' WILLIAJI H.'OLK,'of SIauby!: ISHAlkl G, HARRIS, of Smaajf.".: ' DISTEIOT nXOTOES. .' 1 - - Fa. t, -8AM0EL TOWELL of Hawkins. " , JAHES'W. MoUENKr.of OVartoa. " fi JD. U. EEf.of IIoEiiltoa. ... - 4. E. Ii. OAUDESUIRE, of Trtits, - - - ' 6.- U A. KEtBLK, of Rntherfbid. ' fi; .1 AMEH L THOMAS, of Maury. " 7- THOMAS J. EHOWN, cf Giles. ST O. O POIMDESTEB, cf ilantaerr. ' J. D. C. ATKJJTS, cf Benry. " 10.. D. a CUKUtW, ol aoeioy. SUNUAV MOKMIKU, SEPT. 31, 185B. THE GRAND UDllBtJG. Tho iehi7 mecttnu in Baltimore, which so much delishta thosa men who have declared that the kEOWrabttiag party has arisen from the rums of tViB rfrl crhiir and detaociatic partiej, vas tho w a grandest hunbng of the party which may well be called the party .of humbuge. It vnis made up exclusive y of rabid Fillmore men men who baro cordially acted with the know-nothing party from its organization. .They cow ply tho part of dpcoy ducks, tj bring tboso of ths old whig party who oppose hnow-nothingiim into tho support of the ctadida'cof the know-nothing party. Meetings were hsid to appo-.n: delegates to this convention in Colunbia', Jackjcu, Enorville, llntfreesboro, iintl iMiihans in ssm other towns, iftey were pot up ami minaged by ush politician3 as Dr. John VT-.-Biohardsan, Edmund Cooper, Milton Enwn, Judge Ressc, and others oi Hie political character cJertr men certainly 63 men, but who. from their political action for the last two year?, wonld have ben aet down 83 the most violent kncw-nothiDgs in the State. V.'o bear that, in Colombia, where one of thes ' oliMine whig meettDgs" we? held, a speech was expected from Edmund Cooper, E-q., a gentle man who will bo recollected as one of the certifiers seainjtGov. Johsson laEt year. He was not pre sent ; and a ichig of Columbia was asVeJ to msko the speech. He replied that he had no objection to spmkfnc, bat thit i: was only frank to say, that ho shoold Fpeak in favor of Bcchajun. He was rnmptly acewercd, that, such being the case, he had btiler net speak flo no regular Epeech wai made. Every where eke it was the earne. Th8 meoticg3 wero got up by Fillmore men, who for two years hod declared end insisted that tho whig party was dead, acd who used tho nme cf wh g in this connexion for o politicil cheat acd fraud 3a far na we know, not one old-line whig in Ten ne;iee, win has opposed know-nDtbingism and voted tfjiirjEt its candidate?, has htd tny thing to do with these meetiogj. Irom all wo ran near, such his"been' the facrnll ov6- tho ocuntry. And the Baltimore meeting wss a CDcgreation of know-nothings in every thing but the osth it5elf. As ths Patriot reminds 02, koow-nothingism was originally a whig trick, a-jd now this whig exhibi tion is n know nothiog trick. Oar fiend Brewes, of the Joi'ssn Madisonian, who was n whig while there was a whig party, writes cn this subject as follows "The nnmcs of those nttaohsd to the call for the co:rri'fcton at Bslt moro are totally unknown And yet there aw scores and hundreds of real old Jme whigs in Maryland whosa names ore known to ierns all over thie Union, not one of whom is par ticipating in this movement Tnero is Gov. Pratt, - and Mr. Pcirje, the preeent TJ. S. Sa ors of that 6tattt-and Keverdy Johns jn, Gov Menic-r, Bow ie, ocd othtTi who aia tuking no part ia it. It must therefore bo a bous concern, end nothing else. These pet leodere of old lino whiggery, with George Evans, cf Maine, Rufns Cboate, of Mi33cbU5ett3, Josiah F.indsli, of Pennsylvania, Archie DixOD.JamssB Clay, rr.d Trenton, of Ky, Gsv. Jones, A G. tVatkm3, E M Verger, and others, of Tcnn. A. H. Stephens, Robert Tootnb?, and Chsrlea J. Jenkins, of Georgic, Tetov WMlk er, of Alabama, Jobn Etrr, of North Carolim, Senator Betjamin of Louisiana, Ciruthere, Oliver, and others of Missouri, and IhotiMnds in evt-iy quarter of the Union, ia every State, nro openly acting with and giving their beot efforts to the sut. poitof Bucheiisn asd Breckiutidge. No, this is nothing cutan attempt i bamboozle the old-liners end tula them over to ths nuppott ot the I;now notbiLg cominees, the last effort ot a dismayed, lentorali2stJ, diecaaiBttcd sod depperata party. Thecld-lmn wtig leaders of the Union call upon their bretbren everywhere to stand firm, stat.d to yoor euo8 until Noeuiber, and the grat victory tor Bccnis asd tiie Um jK will vou triumph antly. It is ti-o ino cow to talk about the nomin ation0. The ctdidfP3ar r.pfore you, theia.ueia ndeui-it js, tue Union and Conwtntioa with the j.l.t;.Tl cut po-a! rights cf the Suiith cn the one side and Disunioe, and Black Ropub liciniim on the ether: Peace and Natiunul prosper ity, r Biiunkw: and Civil war. In the short space of eight weeks this the niot irncientous election that tver oeourred in our government will have to be tUoded; 1st evtry Den.o:rat, and every friend of the Ut.ion be up aud doing; let him gird on his iraior ud lor tho aest vtiht weeka battle unreaa. iagly for his r'oujUS cauae ' And the I-'uiaville Courier, snout and out whig pspar. exposes the Wi nle trick.in the follow inft strong ankle Thb ART3 or DEtruH. The uU ofdeluaon, though rti'n erpcei ur- n-itl..-r eihus:td nor ataadoaei. Wijao man t 10 he once the vic timsof adeluskHi, they can lurdly ha cured of tho idea that they cau viim others with it; and theywbo have faten of the "iusane root," offer it to the nowptw c j of all around them. There ore. JCnowNotaioga in Kentucky, (and Tierbni) elwwherej vvhoberauso they have ue iicne. !y ur undesignedly kept out ot tLe Order, imagiuo they can . lhenilv. for OJd-Lme WhiV and claiming thcoldname a-sumo tOKO.k nd wtin bon0' the honored old party These Leu do not know .hnt the enbstance ot things is "oite the name. 'They do not know that ep SwinR Xmw Korhmg priooiplcs and pokey en JipuKnawKotlin?h.me9 and practices, t-r4t.l"fc T- sr.l,i onHiilatf s. makes Knd HlDtKHUne jvcinv aswi.m,s . r - j them Know-Nothing No. They wins , nw" oy o-e ihougbt themselves b,g. and because Ley .till .b,.M the .umeot Wh.g by claiming ; to mlr it ti.at th. y may -dopt any prinop tea or poh- & elill l-e Vh.R.. Tbey thus deludo them " Rand tmap-ne they can .telude others Uin llnsiriil A Vote of naot a Know Nothing, .KnoVsoHungbo. Wtajj. They are Sot conver.hble cra. They wo W ' mwnhie, fprit and object f he hV and Know Si.Cartiea ate d.sunot au.l amsgoasjc in h policy and nil ! -.i-actenatics. M Koow-No-hings think ineyviuuiu jjj anrove Kuow-Noth- rTj.-N , JLtJed norhopfo delude tWe -Twto .,fBW4Ri ''TiJSstf ' ' u-il tho Iiverv 1 1 neaven to Sirve me ueva m, V.jife ,H & Jn! v j ere usually tQa dijcreeMo make exhibition of sue 'Tw'' WWJ&7&;: iran?psreiA tKckvr'.e this. And J we retu -Ji253.' J&!Lr3S!L ho our rtariia poiot. the t they who attempt tb-y niy r I tby wfo cMthemJ ff oopSy elllittemptJ tpeaB IOl olj wjll;T rraolutbris,- AA, ft--t r-lrirtr for know cell US priiif y vs, Vvi c au 4 h return pracf'ce delusion iike this, ids' v letr&y Uieroserrfa as the victims of incurab'e delusion Wp sui'i-eit his iheorTArthoiDstaoceof hv i-narra'Dlc sp.r.t J wh.ch fifrpjrecatea a harsher "judgment noatle ; anltiors 01 seen unBiuimug pojuicaitriticrj. xu-, sacc or insane, tae autnoia ci j: snouiu np tHDgnt thatthev haTe aumoiently experiment ea on (hepc- tiecie'of anlntelligent and honcMpublu-. THE GAINS IN KENTOCEV. 5h3 Lexington Statesman has thoroughly horn- pared tiejejoins cf .the hte election in that DtatOj 83 cfiScially publiihed in the Frmk'brt ' Common icedth, acd EGc;rttiDe4 the following result the majcrlty in each- judicial -.district being' se.ccted from t'Jb pfeCMt ifor Jnde cr Cpmmonvyeiltb's Attcroey, ag eithe'r heara the strone5t appearance ot a party - U1J0EIIIE5. 1855. 1S5G K. N. Djnu :lb77 467 K. N. r 107, 2432 . '1835 Dem. 2672 IstDistriet, - 2dDi3tiict,- ci District,, - .1012 4th District -" 13 749 5th DIstnct, Cth District, 7thDi3trict', 2749 ' v992 291 2976 293l' -1939 1G91 Sth District, .. 515 418' 701 564 4559 1369 9th District, - 10th KiBtnct, 11th Diitricr, 2783 . 244 12th District, 13tb District, 243C 1713 5932- Total, 133GG 8963 12317 RECAFITETATIj:!. Know-nothing msjority in the w h ile State, 1855, Democratic msjority in" the whole ate, 185G; 4102 0836 Democratic gain since Aug., 1855, 1 1,238 - But this i3 a liberal calculation lor our opponents. Tn the Fifth District wo have put l le Democratic majority this year at the figures of 1855, while there has been a large gain in the counties com. posing it. The race for Judge aad Commonwealth's Attorney was letweaa Democrats, and could uot fairly indicate the strength of our party. We have not the county returns at hand to gee at the true facts. The contest fcr Commonwealth' Attotniy in the Sixth D.strict was between a K. N. and Dem ocrat, and resulted in a mtjotity of 44 against us. We have in the above table taken the race for Jndeesho wine 291 aeainst us. We do not think 8.000 would exceed tha fair democratic msjority Bhown by the late election. 11X1X013 GOOD FOR BUCHANAN. The Cincinnati Enquirer says : We werj favored yesterday with an iaterview from a veteran dem ocrat of this city, who spent eome time lately in travelling thtoash the Stato ofllinii. Oar in formant took psrticuhr pa'ns to ascertain public sentiment oa the Presidential qu&stioj, and he h convinced, from manifestations that hs sw, that tie State will vote for Jamm Buchanan by a hand some majority. In that part of the S.ate called "Egypt," the people are tesrly unanimous in his favor. 'Semtor Douolas, Co). Richahd33.s' and other lesdiDg Democrats are perfectly sanguine of tho State. As further tvidense of low the con teat is goiog in liliucid, we taka the following from the Ia3t namhar ot the Uamcy Jleraul, one of the most rehab! and best Democ-atie pnpers in tho State. The Herald gays : ' In ths present contest the democrats? of Illi nois aro thoroughly aroused acd efficiently organ ized, and an overwhelming trinmph over te com mon foe is just ts certain to crown their efforts m November as the Fun is to Tise and &et on tho .Jay of election. Mr. Buchanan's majority over Fre mont will be larger than any ever before given iu the State. Colonel Richardson's msjority ovtr Bis3cl will exceed that ever before given to any candidate for Governor ia Illinoi?, and we shall make a clear (kin of three, and probably fi7e, members ot congress, oes;ae3 securioga large ma lontv of the Legislature. In these conviction we cannot be mistaken. The signs are right. "Thereisnot an Abolition Know Nothing ia the Stato of Illinois not one name one, you can that will hazard a dollar to hack up his ri diculous boast that the ensmies of Democracy will carry tho State. This is a eignificant far:. If they reslly entertain a skeleton of a hope thst they will carry the Stste, they woulJn t hesita'e a moment to bully and bluster about It, with the cash in shut. Bat they kaow in their heirts there is no bopa tor Illinois; they eec indict.ona tint never deceive iht the State is bure-for Uuchsman and Richardson by s larger msjority than ever be fore, and in their defeat here they muff disaster throughout the Union and abandon all hope of succe93 in the Presidential race. To our demo cratic friends out of the State, hm woll as to tho?e in it, we say, unhesitatingly, bet your last dollar, as we cursttlf stand ready to d, (hit Illinois will go for old Buck. Here we can get no bet-i of thU i;ind." l'ROSI KANSAS. The lollowiog true ititementof the ieal condi tion of affairs in Kansas, ia Irom one of tho most r.I abie and conservative men in the Territorj: Conservative men everywhere should know tint Kansas is divided into three parties: 1 Abolitionists of the Garrisoaiau stamp, who trampl. upon the Constitution and the liiblo, and join in bauds to maraud through the. Territory. 2. Muderb'e Free State men, who uphold the Coastitulon, atd, becsme they refuse to leave their homes acd join tho armed Abolitionists, are actually driven into Missouri by men who prologs to Iu seeking the same object, their hoisis stolen and their houses pi.Iaged. IS. Pro-'ilewry men, the greater part or whom desire peaop, tut yet are goaded to tleterniinid re venge by thf memory of long years of Abolition aggression. ' The advent of Lace's armed men was the signal for the Abolitioaists, with all the outUwsin 1. country under them, to commence their deprauu tions almofit simultaneously upon a Georgia colo nyupon Treadwell's settlement and tho town of Franklin. Then began the extraordinary impress ment of moderate Free State men & spectacle that should surtle the No'th. For proof, see tho atUdavit ol Martin White, a Frej Sta'e roaa ia Kansas, and formerly a member of ilia Illinois Legislature. He, an old man, shouldered his nils anafoaghtby the side of pro-3lavery men atOssa watomie on the 30th of August. Upon one of the twenty Abolitionists killed he found his aon's boots, and also recovered two of his horse?. He regards it as a eignal protection of Providence that not a solitary pro slavery man waa killed. Tne conservative Free Stato men now see clearly that Abolitionism is as destuctive to tbe North ai to the Souto. Iluudiuds of them are nowreceiving the hospitalities ol the border Missourians, and are imploring the latter to go in and assist in putting down the marauders. Maine. It seems that tho Maine questicn ia not8eit'ed yet; toati, how Maine will go ?n Nc vembtr. Toe Boston Advertiser, a Fremont pa per, says; "It will be scarcely uste 10 il 1 n..y iuf.-reuces as to the probable remit of the I'r.- ui.-atiKl elec tions in Maine or elsewhere from i of the election in that Stato of next Mi n Ny, l-pcuvsa it well known that the local poLlica ot Muae, are complicated and embarrassed by i-suee, ami by jeolousies which will not enter iuo he lVistrienial canvass.!' Hamlin evidently erj )yed a Lirfto le.-ee of per sonal popularity among the Deaiocr.ts, ami many would not abandon him even after his defection. But when it comes to abolitionism nnd Fremont free-bet fun thoy may ta're a sober second thought, end wheel about nain. ml nn:ro?e3. do mitter what naii tohTancilnt lsnkrrajks- are pok.v.rgs JM - ar,ceil thonsan(t. Mr.HthcticgKitnjjjhat hese-femarksare eW-l cft7 tc ci.k"?VL.S"- ( cr0wd he bat seen during the eanvatt, and lie has lately ad- THE MASS MEETING AT CUATTANOOGA. tin iTTanflOQ if Pept. 12, lKtf t!ii- cliy on 3PttertfATwat ihe numueroi -Maj csteUocj" In th northern etates. hvery section f our own Stato wcsfully represented, while tacro were aqnaredj prsjcot fn.ra Keonia asd iAlabama The meeUns w as hold la airoro of noble oak" itxm&iiif a ' ralta trom the det. The most amide nreDaraUoM'were cade hj tie dsascraey of OhaHanocsni; llamiltgn.TOoa-Ji if, tbTl Ui67VSst wli'irrj'thelrcourteciuisrid resptf"! at- '.entioa and their admirable bhavJonr,boyed thatihey were Will worthy of uch preparation's. 1 he banquet wis 'a noble iLer was tnoughfor'aliand tifUire. But the Intel Ie:tael banquet n-as aim richer: Turee of the foremost ors tirs acd Matesruen o Ameifn adJresj'.tlbeI meetlnc. I name ttiemln tteljrdfr lil which they epoE: jto"WiiLOoa, jVr.tztxsK tl.Strracxs and AaosrtT J&nxsjN. Each man of the trio has won far himself a proud national fame. Stated in the stand, which was rnoit beautifully decorated Jwilh gaily pur.tiJ Sags, I noticed a number of leading politl-. clanl. Atioul 11 o'clock lho Hon. Sam. A. Pmith, President of the day, Jntrodaced IIowill Cobb, of Georgia. .Mr. CotblsaeLtlemanof fine personal appearance, with. a f tee.- and head lcdlcallng benevolence as tvellas taltnt.-'Wlihhls political history the most of your rsaders are pretty well ac qutioled. He has been Covercor of Oeorgia. Speaker (if the .Xatlonal Housa of Kepresintstlve,, and is noit'-a leading bember of the House. As a parliamentary leader and de bator he has la w equals, and yostarday l.e showed to the tbou- cands of eager llsicners that he Is a popular orator of the first order cf abilities. I took no Lotes of ths different tpseches and will not, thetffore, attempt to report what was said. Clov. Cobb con fined himself to a discussion of the all absorbing question of slavery. I think he must barosatlsSed any candldmlnd that ths only hope of the south was in tb national democratic parly. To ma bis argument seeintd Irresistible, Of Mr. Fillmore he spoke In the kindest and most' respectful terms, and yet ho showed that to support that gentleman hot was but to gfre "aid and comiort" to our common enemy, the black republicans. lie analyzed most thoroughly the know nothing platform cf February last, and showed that the ubro gallon of the famous 12th section was & triumph of the north over the south. And In this connection he made a cew and telling point : Georgia, he said, was not represented in tb convention that destroyed the 12th section and nominated nilmore and Donelson. Goth thee gentlemen had accepted the nomination and approved of the platform. Since then the Georgia know nothings had ran In State Ceuocil, nom rite.l Fillmore and Donelson, and adopted anultra southern platform Mr. Fillmore accepts, in a loiter which has been published, tho Georgia nomination, bat "ignore" the plat form. Doncl!un,tlin '-jjreasyTennMsean," pvJT a 1 Itlle, as if he had been dining with the King of Prussia, concludes to go the whole hog and by virtue of his grease slides over tho breach and accepts and approvesboth tbe nomination and tbo platform. Mr. Fillmore, standing upon a northern plat form, repudiates that adopted by his Ceorgia friends; while the statesman of .Tulip Grove concludes he is able 10 stand upon holh. Gov. CoLb argued ftilb great clearness and force that the Kansas bill was bnt an act of simple Justice to the south, carrying Into practice, as It does, the vital principle of Con gressional non-intervention, established bylhe Compromise rneaitircs of iiZO. Gov. Cobb concluded with an eloquent eshoitatlon to the patriotic men of all parties to rally around the standard of liuchanan and lirecklnrldge, and his stirring words were ah stvered with enthusiastic shouts. A proposition was now made to divide tbe crowd, as it was elated thst it was Impossible for all to hear, but It was Incon venient to do this, as everyone ivashnxlous to hear the great orator, AxcitKOca li.Sicrncss. Haul Hmllh made a most graceful introduction and tbe Georgian's dark eyes, full of intellectual fire, flashed for a momeul or two on the vast and exclto 1 assemblage as If he seemed In starch of some one he knew. Tho ldeaof hit voice beingheard seemed almost ab surd to those who had never before listened to him. All doubt soon vanished. His voice, ringing out shrill and clear like a battletmmpet,ssemed to cut through the air, and in five minutes the thousands w ere crowding closer and closer towards the stand, completely under thelofluenco of his most glorious eloquence. I will nolattempt to describe Mr. Stephens' personal ap pearance. Indeed there Is something about blm that baffles description. I am told that he weighs less taan a hundred pounds! Ills eyes are full, dark, searching and eloquent; but In all H?e he is at war with all the doctrines of the l'hrat nologlsts and the Phlsyognomists. He iloes not look like he would live a week, and yet, lam told, his general health is fine and that he Is an intense student and performs a vast amount of intellectual labor. He seems to me to be all licing His political character Is well known. For ten or twelve years he has been In Congress and was one of the very ablest of the whig statesmen. Ha never Joined the know nothings, but from tho first he has rnado war upon thenr. He acts with the democratic party now, because, as he says, it is a great, pure and patriotic party, and the only one that can save tbe cauntry. Mr. Stephens made the murt eloquent and tho most original speeeh I have ever heard. He did not howl over the beaten track, but marked out a new one for himself. He held tbe Coasritktion in hit hand, and the leading idea of his speech was that know nothingism was antagonistic to tbe Constitu tion, and he demonstrated his proposition with mathematl ' tal precision. His dissection &f that part of the know HOih log cresd which establishes a religious test was tho rarest and most scientific piece of political surgery I have ever wit nessed. Ilul it is Impossible to dextibc Mi. Stephens. 'n manner of cptsking. More than any other statesman does ho resemble Haudolph, of Koanoke. Mr. Stephens will make four speeches in Middle Tennosse about the Middle of October, and I advl'o all who can to hear him. When Mr. Stephens had concluded diuner wosannounced, and lifter dinner Axdbiw Johsiox spoke at length. Tho most of the readers of the Union axd Amcritan have heard this "mechanic statesman," and, therefore, it U not necessary to eztend this already lengthy letter bya descrip tion cf his epeech. Before a crowd 01" the preple Gov. John son nettr fails. It is enough to say that on .-jleida he made one of hisgrealest efforts. Many of his friends who were piescnt and vt ho had heard him often before, tlmughtil.was the ableit speech of his life . These three great oratois, Cusb, Sicrni and Johnson, differ In appearance, and in mode and manner of speech, but their arf uraenU all tended to one point, and that was that tbe on!) auii fur the south was in supporting Euchananaod Brech'nridie. They were eminently successful, fori bate heard of n K'ei nmnber of gentlemen who were convinced by their arguuicfci You may EJSara . ur readeisthatallis rlgU iu Kast Ten uessee. 1 saw yesUiday and conversed with a number 01 gentlemen fiom ths cp;.ar counties. We shall gain every where, and shall, I think, carry Hast Tennessee. East TtNss.srr.. KNOXVII.LE KNOW-NOTHINO MEETING. KNotviux,.Sep:.5, is;c. Mzs&bs. Kcitob : Siat I presume ruuie one of your correspondents will send you, from tbl9plaee,n report of tbe speeches made here -i yesterday, st tho crtm gathering of East Tennessee knotv aothlngs. Without n word from me as 10 the extraordinary appliance-! refnrled to, that a larga crowd might be assem bled; or a word lu refereuco oithcr to the speakers or their speeches, I cannot refrain from the lmpnlsx, which prompts me to tell your readers u" one or two incidents occurring du ring the day. Jmpimis. J saw In the procesiiou a large red banner a fMmlnj; banner upon which waImcribed these words, "LET TilEltE HE LIGHT." 1 did not know what to think of it. I had heard that about a year or two ago, a party called Urun: nothing, tdlas order ot ttieetarjpangled banner, alias Jlmer ..m, alias Sjj.i, composed of Individuals held "together by Uio cohesive power" if oaths and who convened in their "councils" or "wigwams" at Eoinr hourof tbe m'At, exist ed In the State of Tennessee, though I knew it not from one of rar ji arty, as I iinderloodthat each and every member was sworn to say, 'rat no cA porry or order ezitled." I understood that It was this identical party that marrhed un der this banner, and hence Fevoral Inquiries sprang up In my mind - one was: Is this roallytho original, "Simon Pure'' l'now nothing party, which but a ear ago "loved darkness rather than light"? Another was: Has this party which was born U Mc far!t, reared in thedark, and which vitlei when dragged from Its darkness into light, ths hypocrisy to say that it prefers light to darkness"! As I sought to find out an an swer to these inquiries, I thought of what I read when a boy in the Greek reader, as one of the first lessons, which 1 was first taughtin that branch of the classics. In one of the short and oasy lessons in that rudimenlal book, ocurred the words which, being Interpreted, read as does, (In the English version of the Bible) the 3)th verse of the 1-t chapter of Gencslf, "And God said let therebo light: and there vas light." As this suggestion came up iu my mind I concluded that the party had thought it hen to make a virtue, If they can, of a Providential necessity, as indicated to them by tbe election which have occurred in the pasttwclvo or eighteen months. Second. I saw a banner surmounted by an "Escta." This seemed strange to me, as I knew that all ornithologist's de clare it to bo a peculiarity of this proudbird, to soar upward tosoch aheisjhtas to be lost to tho vision of man, tbat it may gaze with a steady eye at tho noon day sun ; in other words that it loved light rather than darkness. I bad supposed that the party born in tbe darjt and roared in tho dark would have adopted the Bat, as the bird emblematic. But then 1 though1 of tho new idoa of the party as indicated by tbe red banucr' and concluded thatastlioy intended to be consistent not hy jiocritlcal they would adopt tho eae rather than the bat. Third. I saw at the stand eroded for the, speakers a pic ture, which represented a "woolly horse" and "old Buck" butting their heads against each other, while a respectable looking gentlemen seemed to be standing off enjoying Ihe sport. The "woolly horso" I interpreted to Indicate Fremont Ihsnijfirieaist,- the "old Buck" I interpreted to indicate Buchanan, ond I supposed the Idea intended to be conveyed by Ihe altitude of the two animals, was that they bad put their heads against each other, while the respcctiblo looking gentleman, with tho blue coat and metal buttons, Mr. Fill more, (Donelson had no place iu the picture, at he being a "creasy Tcnnesseean" does not wear blue cloth and metal' buttons) was the complacent. If not tho delighted, siiectator of the strife. Seeing this caricature reminded mo, in connec tion with the complacency or "blue coat and metal buttons") or another passage tnthe Holy Scriptures in which fiiiocarM nrsx it condemned in tho strongest terms and men are ex horted to beelther"eold or hot" If they would avoid being "spewed out." J'auriA. I saw in the procession a regular "out and out" Kiel republican. He did not appear as lifer or drummer, a they hr.ve thsm over your way, but wearing the badge which i Jii' m a had been aligned, as we have beeatold by aa individual born and 1 eared north of"Maaon'aud DlxoValEa, to tbe tj pograplilcal corps. This rbadaeTwas a liaa issh or scarf thrown cn r the right ehacldWasd brosgkcdawisbefsts a ieninu unaerioe tcit arm,v4MTo tiwas ik 10 natter iu m. breeze. Ujw this Hack rewDlloin, widtTthe ssse badge! worn by tciite men, happened ti be wrri tii?e,l suf- ipoo no one buttbe aforesaid Northern gentleman, net yet understanding the "Southern institution," can answer. It may be that It watt ecausethriI5ei republican was an em- p!ojee,asa presjman or something of the sort, In a print ing oflcethat he was esteemed' worthy of tbe' badgel given w genuf rani, n uu imi Q iwru null sun ais ... u.u.wvni w t!e art; or it may be that ths person or committee who gave JiisUbfcbadgejaaila pUce.wIto It n the prtfcessioa.-ia'ln fla vor of a bih rather than a diriiian ot they ro;.'f of tbe Sosth. Fifth. Though I have said that' I would beaileataa to the speakers or thtir speeches, jrt I cannot forbear to mention a fmctln connection wttb them, which surprised (I) mi, and it watnis7 oioneoi mem aotsr as i nearo, or so jar as i can learn from others, sail one word la denunciation of Fre mont and bis party, or those treasonable members of the House of Kepreientallves, who, lor awhile stopped the whejlsjf government by re'ru .log supplies to the anny,"w hue every oneof them Assailed wilhoutraltlgitfontW Democratic piriyanil Us candidate, James JJuchanan. "When I looked upon the jlctureof the wool j horso and tho old Buck, to whlch,l t are alluded, Indicating as It did, the anUgonlsm of abolitionism and national deroccracy, t waa sorry to know that no ond In tbe stand was thcllned,or If ao inclined, acted upon the Inclination, to turn aside at least for a while, from tho ilemocrauc candidate, to give tb other candidate andbis psrlj a gentle tsp or two, If no mor). Can yon toll mewby tbey did not? ' . i might mention other Incidents, but I forbear, as space lu yourcolumnsls in so much dJtaanJ, that better material than Incidents at knw nothing raes.lngs with which to fill It maybe futnlshed to you. ' x. 160,0.00- PATRIOTS IN COUNCIL ! ! A PEMOCKATIC FHEE STATE RALLY t The Largest Assemblage la America ! An Ohio Turn out! SPECIAL DESPATCH; (By tbe House Line, to the Lcuigrille Democrat, Dattoji, Ohio, Sept 17, 1856."! lte greatest Democratic Convention ever re sembledrfn the United Sittis is being held here tc-.Jay. Over one hundred and sixty thousand atrange'is are here, and there tre 80.000 persons 10 luegiocesjiion alone. The whole western por t.on of our State has turned out en masse. There are five stands elected, and speakers holding forth on each. Much enthesiam prevai'e. The great arch 13 one of the largest and best ever erected in tho United States. Theie is no doubt from this demonstration but that this State will give ttselcc feral rote for Buchanan. THAT FREMONT TICKET IN VIRGINIA. In addition to what we said yesterday on this subject, we direct the Banner's attention to the following paragraph from the Baltimore Sun, a neutral paper: ''Some of the papers have published what pur ported to b j a Fremcnt electoral ticket in Virginia. It appears it is a hoax, and intended to reflect upon urttfen memoerj ot tne legislature ot that state 05" Mr. Joseph D. Smith, who has been impli cated in ths Ttillahoma affair, writes us a very sat' isfactory dafence of himself, which we doubt not is entirely true, and which we would publish, were it not that Mr. Isbeus speech here a few nights ago has thrown tbe whole matter into ridicule, and made'broad farce of what before had tbe appear ance of tragedy. We assure Mr. Smith, and our Tullahoma friends, that, since the exhibition refer red to, they need give themselves no further tiou b'e about explanations. Tullahoma may securely repose:" ' . ""cOMMUXICATION We the undersigned committee, by the request of the citizens of Tu!l thorns, having examined the much agitated affair that occured here on the 23d ull., make the following report: By an exiinination of the record of the Justice of the Peace, we find that those engaged in the affair were promptly brought to justice and fined for violation of the Stale and municipal laws, and from evidence of a rdiabh source, we unhesitat ingly say thatpiirate correspondents, editors, &c have done much injustice to our place, by their ex aggerated reports, that are groundless fabrications and we would further state, not to our acquaint ances or frieuds, but for the benefit of strangers abroad, that we have not found the citizens cf this thriving little villaga,- either lawless ormobbishly ciaposed. R-ispeolfully, Wm Moobe, L. W. MARBtntY, (J.r, S. J. M LSMOBK. "' September 17, 1850 Will Gov. Jones Canvass the Sav ? This question is put to us every day and from all quar ters of West Tennessee. Haviui' had no personal iatetview with Gov. Jones, we are not advised as to what l.ii view3 and purposes are. In the pres ent crisis ot the country, howeter, we have little doubt that, occupying tbe commanding podi'ion Uor. Jones doe3, he will lie! it his duty to go be fore the people in per-on, and exert all tbe in flu ence he poasesfej to pr-'ve it a disintegration of the iioulli. we know tbat thousands ot tbe people o Tennt-s-e 3 ate anxious to hear him above all other men in the Union, acd we believe he his it in his power to Rive tbe Slate to Ucciuhan by a majori ty that will wield a moral influence abroad. The . ople of all parties will give him a hearty wel coinewherever.be may go. Mtmphu Appeal. ggf" Scrofula, -Rheumatism, Chronic Catarrh Ervsipelcs, Broncll'.ts, acd all dheasea of the respiratory organs, ate effectually cured by the u of a bottle or two ol Huiley'a celebrated Saras parilh. Aa an expectora it and curative means for Coush. Colds. &C.. it excels any Pecio-al or Pulmonary Balsam co.r in mo. Chicago Demo erat. Berry & Demoville h.vo r supply in stcre Kenan & Rains. -aho P.0BMC SPEAKING. Jamss H.Thohh will address his fellow-citlz'nt at the fol lowing times and placei. -The Ilon.W. H.Wisener Is lnvi ted to attend and participate In the debate Chapel Hill, Unlonvllle, Tairfleld, . Tullahoma, AUisonla, Flat Creek, (Cru nk's Store,) Norris' Creek, (C'pGround,) Fayetteville, Millville, Boonsville, Mooresville, Lewiaburg, Marshall CO., Friday, Sept.SG. Bedford " t( Coffee " Franklin Bedford, " Lincoln, " Sat'day, " Tuesday " 30, Wed'dy, Oct. Tuesday, " Friday, ' Saturday, " Monday, " Tuesday, " Wedn'dy, " Thnrsd'y, Monday, ' Marshall Ilolloway's Pills. FixsLi Coxstctbtioxs. Thou sands of persons with weak constitutions, die early trom sheer debility. They give tone and stamina to the system, Bud vigor to the circulation. Sold at the manufactories, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New Tort, and No. 214 Strand, London ; and by all druggists ttt Q.'c , r.2VJc,ond $1 per box nod's Hair Itcstoratlve. This wondeiful pr.ar:ilinn is hating an extensive sale in all parts of the Union. It is oneof the few patent medicines which ate now sold over the country, that are really what their inventors rlaini forlhom. Wherever it has had a fair trial, the result has been precisely as Wood predicts. It has neverfalled to turn the white balr back to the natural color, where the di rections have been strictly followed, and in numerous cases it has restored the hair upon heads that bad been bald for year. It is not pretended that it will make the hair grow in evory case, but where it fails there Is certainly no remedy. Tho restoration of tbe hair has been effected in so many instances where tho caso seemed utterly hopeless, that it is certainly worth while for all who have lost their balr to try the experiment of using a bottle or two of Wood's Restora li vo. iMine Iforlman. SiiAnrs'a RirtEs. All sportsmen, who are in want ot a "ood and reliable gun, especially adapted ! for large game such as Bear; Deer, &c, are invited to Call at tne store 01 ran a. uuuuiuuaui, mi. -, Public Square, and examine "Sharpe's Patents port ing Rifle," which in rapidity of firing, accuracy of aim, and lenpth ol range is far superior to any gun ever invented, and unlike any other Patent Gun its construction is so exceedingly simple that it is not C more liable "to get out of order" than the common Kentucky Kitle. F. Si C I have also a few shot guns made on tho 5 same Patent. Nasaville, July 16, 1856. Urn. Waxtcd ItfiiiDiATf lt The Railroad Tax for the pre-gent-year. All those who have not paid their tax must come to the Union Hall and settle up beore the first of October next, or they will subject themselves to cost. Sept. li-ltdiltw W. D. BAKER, Collector. Hashville Theatre LEF..i.J m .ur. J0EIl DAvi3, ia 'HANAfiKR... MR. W.iL WARD AB1IAtAQEU.... jm ROBERT JONES' ?l PROMPrER....4...-vfJI.... H. DAVISJ-fc The public is reapextftilrr- xoti2idzthatthljgtdblistj.4- meat will re-opea, for the regular Ssason, on j . HONOAY ETfiSINO, SEPT. 22, 1550, With the follRlsgpotvetfjt acd talented clraaiatU com- I pany : . rMRSrJ. DATfSTMI33 'JULIA MILE3. f ADAAlc, . KATE PARTINGTON. ". KATE FISHER, " MARrPARTIfGTOM, MR. WARD, MR. J. JJAYJ3, MR. TOZER, MR.UARRISQN. MR" ROBERT JONE3. AIR. LAMB, AIR. FERDEW, MR. BLAKE. MESSRS. WOLCOIT, T3E41ARE3T, DOWNS, DAVIS, McGEE.&c Scenic Artut Leader of the Orchestra... .. Property Man Ma O. GaAix. .MB.G..M. Tailor. ,.. ..Mb. aCndiss. Ma. tfmoj. Machinist..... First eight of the engagement of MRS. W, M. WARD. MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 2;1S3S, WTll be presented'a favorite Play cf INtiOMAIt. Pardienia .....Mas. Y. M. WAaD Grand National Dnca........Mui3 Mary-Partington. Tbe perlormance will conclude with the Farce cf A LOAN OE A LOVER. Ia which Mlaa Julia Miles, Misa Kate Partington, Meaar. usmo, io::r, so-, wilt appear. PRICES OF ADMISSION Dreas Circle and Par- -qaetieTic; Upper Circle 50c; Colored Box 50c; Colored Uiilery Kornvate boxes, (eiclusiTo right; tit); Mingle Seala, do (I. J5y Doors open at before 7 o clock, .P. M.; curtain rises precisely at 7K P- SL aeptso ta a r & o ( ODEY FOIL OCTOIIEU. Oodey's Uij'i cook tor ucioocr just received ny septal uauiii a uku3., si arret si. STATE OP TENNESSEE, IN CHANCERY AT WOODBURY. JULY RULES, 1S56 William h. Bate3, UlytsM Ltato, Lucy AnnBates, minoir, by their regular guardian bamuel n. James, vs.. ! Original Bui. Harmon St. John and wife, Martha St. John, A. W. Smith and wife. Elizabeth Smith, and others. IT appearing to the CUrlc und Master, front the bill which is En ntn torn this cauai, that the defend'ts, Har mon bt. John acd wile Martha it. John, A. W.&miih and wife .hliubsth Smith, are non-residents of the State of Tennessee, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be terved on tbetn, it is there ore ordered mat publication ot this order be made m the union- and aukricax, a news pa; er published in taa city of Nashville, Tennsssee, for lour successive" weeks, between this and the next term ot Ihe Chancery Court at oodbury, rff nringthemto raaxe their sDDearanc at the Court iloue ta the town of Wood- burr, on the 6th Monday in beptember, 1S60. then and there to plead, answer or cetnur to complainant's bill, or the tame will De latea ior coaiessea ana mi aown 10, hearing ex parte as to them. TUOS. U. WO JO, jqlyla tw Cleric nod Master. EXECIJTOIt'S SALE. fii the 23th day ofStpteraber, 18SG,1 will sell at public sale, on me premises oi uie lau loi.jajnes . rmrui of Beech Hill, in Jackson county, Tennessee, all the slock o horses, mules, Jennets, cattle, sheep and hogs, not devised away in bis last will and testament; the crop of tobacco, if ready ter tale; irom one to tnree numrea barrels ot com, and other portions or tnecropoo nana; aunrary or w or ui vols of books; a surveyor's compass, with all perishable article not disposed of iu the will. A credit of 12 months will be given on all f eras over 5. for all sums of tb and under, cash. Sale to continue the day following II not all sola me nr nay. notes Willi two un doubted securities will be required in all cases of ihe pur cnasers. iuji n.-uim. Executor of Jamea W. Smith, dec'J aug 2i d til-w w 3t LANU -TOK SALE. IF applicKlion be made within one month, I will sell on accommodatin'; terms 1 B" acres of Land, eight miles from Nashville, on tha Gallatin turnpike, at or near the first Depot of the Nashville and LnuuTilie Railroad. This land is well improved, about neventy acres cleared and tbe balance in wood. It is the place formerly owned by Judge llalch, and known as Kosemonte. Ihe toil ta in penor, and tbe neighborhood ooe of tbe best In the county septSO lm A. 11. SUAN ELAND, Agent. 25 Cherry street. P. W. MAXEY & CO., D CALEBS IV TIN PLATE, BLOCK TIN", COPPEIt, SHEET I COX, LEAD Pi 12, WIRE, IRON AND TIN RIVIT3, PLUMBERS' TOOLS AND Matekials.Mabbieized Ikon Matibials, PARLOR C KATES, COO IC STOVES, HEAT in stoves, l'or AVood or Coal, Japan ned mid Common Tin Ware. xYO 46 EAST SIDE MARKET STREE1 Nashville, Tenn. P. S We will keep cocetanil v on hand Tin-smith's Machines and Toolr, being Agents for Peck, Smith it Co., Soutnington. uonn. septlO-dCm - P. W. M. A- CO, WE have on hand land for rale 200 boxes ie Tin 10 by 14. 100 . X .. 10 by 14; i0 .. )e .. 14 by 2P; 20 .. A .. 14 by 20. sept20 lw P. W. MAXEY A CO. Hyue's iLdditioia. GREAT SALE OF LOTS ON TUESDAY, Sept 2nd, on the premises, at 11 o'clock. A M, in ilyne's magniticent addition to the West end otNashvjlle, we will sell from SO to 40 most Beautiful Lots. These Lots aro most convenient Residence Sites, near th- High School Female Academy, State Capitol and N & C Railroad De pot. A number of handsome Re3ideoces have been erect ed in Ujne's Addition ia the lust few yearn, and pur chasers inay rest assured there U no better point about the city for the investment of capital. Our terms are 1, 2, 8, and 4 years credit. Come one I come all t Jjy Omnibuses as usual tre. Sate to commence with Lot No 103 on tbe corner of Knowles and Chtt'cli tin. J L i R W DROWN, sept20 td 44K Cherry t. GOVEUNOK'S PROCLAMATION ANDREW JOHNSON, Governor of the State of Tennessee : To the Sheriffs or other officers, autbo-' n'toH t hold elections in tbe coun ties of Fayette, Hardeman, Shelby andTiploD, Greeting: Whereas it has been made known to me opon reliable authority tbat A. B. Harris, Attorney General of the 11th Solicitorial District, has departed this life, whereby a va cancy has occurred in said 11th Solicitorial District. Now, therefore, in obedience to the Constitution of the mate, nnd the sixth section of an Act passed on the .1th Sty of January, 1854. entitled ''an Act to prescribe the daannerof electing Judgja and Attorney Generals by the people," yon are hereby commanded, after giving at least one month's notice by advertising in each civil district, to open and hold an election, at all the places of holdine elec tions in jour respective counties, on the 1st Dny of No vember next, it being the lirst Saturday in said month, for the purpose of electing sn Attorney General to hll the vacancy occasioned by tbe decease ot tbe taid A. 11, Harris, and of which election you will make return, aa in snch cases made and provided by law. in testimony wnereoi, i Ana rcw jvunauu, .Governor as aforesaid, have hereunto set my hand and cauted the great teal or the 'State to be alUieJ. done at Nashville. Sept. 15. 1S5C ANDREW JUliSUS, Jas. Pldsket, acting Secretary, sept 17 tw ow P. S. The Sheriff of Shelby county will except the 5th, ISth, and 14th Civil Districts iu said county, aa they are exeluded by law. Ef The Memphis Appeal and Bolivar Democrat please copy- PERKINS & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIAX1S, de:6-l NEW ORLEANS. NEW OIILEANS. DIRECT IMPORTATION OF FRENCH, GERMAN, BRITISH, AND Irish Dry Goods. P. & S. HSILLY & Co., SO long known at the corner of Royal and Cauit streets, beg to say they have removed to their new store No. 12-S Cunal fctreet, between Royal and Rourbin streets, known as Tonro Buildings, sign of the Golden Flax, where their ample room and a resident buyer iu Europe will en able them to keep, the year round, a- complete stock in every department. ALSO, a full of line Plantation Goods of the beet Southern' Manufacture. Combined with the above, thoy will Veep at the old stand, corner Royal and Canal streets, under Hie uaiue ui EMBROIDERY AND LACE STORK, a complete Mock of Ladies' Urusx Trininuugs, Embroideries, Ribbons, Luces, and LADIES' AND GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, to suit the country Merchant us well as tbe consumer. This latter is a class of house heretofore unknown in this market. P. E. REILLY A- CO- 125 Canal street, between Rojal and Boorbon streets, Tour Buildings, sign ef the Golden F.'qx. rseplP 6-n OTLMBEH -HEN. GROSS TIES WANTED. Propotala will be received at the office of the Edgefield and Kentucky Railroad Company until November 10th, fir the delivery of twtr.ly fice thousand Cross Tics. Said Ties to be eight feet Iod", with ends cut tquare,six inches thick, and sawed or hewed true on two parallel faces, each of which shall ho at least six inches wide, exclusively of sap. When sawtd or hewed on more than two sides to be at least seven inches wide. They must beofu good quality of red cedar, white chincanin or post oak. Proposals may be made for delivering j the whole number at Nashville, or at Psynn's Landing, on the Cumberland River or lor twelve thousand at either of those points, and thirteen thousand one mile West of Goodiettsv i lie at tbe junction of tbe Ty -ree Springs and Springfield Turnpikes. Any informa tion may be obtained by addressing tbe undersigned. a. ANDERSON, ept!9 St Chief Engineer E. A Ky. R. R. Granclr Demonstration oil the Masses. w. - t The PEOPLE of the SOUTHERN ND WESTERN STATES, who desire to Teaistthe election of Fremont and ihe -success? of Black Republicanism in the only possible manner by voting for James Buchajux and Johv C. r?pppk-iv- rldqe for the Presidency and Vice Presi dency of the Republic, will meet in MASS C O N V E N T 1 0 1Y nt NASH VILLE, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 185G. The following gentlemen have been invited to attend this meeting: Hon. Lewis Cass. Mich.. uon. c. uis, Kentucky. A. 11. Stephens, Georgia. Kobert 1'oombs, " C.C Clav.Jr.,Ala. J. P. Benjamin, La. Henry A. Wise, Va. .Stephen A. Douglas. HI, J. C. Breckinridge, Ky. Wm. Preston, James C. Jones, Tenn. Percay Walker, Ala. R.W.Walker, ' W. L. Yancey, " Jsraet L-Orr. B.C. Lynn BoyJ, A. Dixon. L. W.Powell, " 'Inns n Holt, -" HV Johnson, Qa. Preston T Brooks, S.C Gov Mathews Miss. Willard, Indiana. McRea, Miss. Hon. Koht Johnson, Ark. " KWWoolr.Kv. Thos h Cllngraan, N Gov Rragg, C. Dr. Robt.C. Brsctlnridie. Kr. Jaunt iara,ua COMMITTEE OP ARRANGEMENTS. Arls Brown, Chairman, John WUllaras, Rnneh Ensley, Jr. PP. Bains, Lewis Lanier, JamesJohnsoa. J WFMannlBi, E I awrenca, Kobt Reives, Wm Stockell, YSPatton. TM Patterson, Joo Mcintosh, Frank McGavock, M Bums, WRShelton. James Nessoto. DB Hicks, M Powers, J L Greer. t. H Childress, Jr. Hagh McCres, W B Dortch, W li Haian, VV P Downs, John L Brown, J it Budeks. 03" We Insert below a note from Prod AxsitAtt relative to an article uf vinegar manufactured by ifr. O'Kake, wh'ch will probably be read with in terest by pen on j dealing in the article. Chemical Laboratory, cf Tns Us'tvERrirr or ( NisnviLiv, Sept. 19, 1S6U. IL O'Kasb, E-q: Ihave tnde a carfful ancnly s'sof the sample of eider vinegar, which you put into my hand", and certify to the fo'lowing, that it contains no oil cf vitriol, a i often th? case with vinegar in mulm; no palls or iogredients of nox ions character; that its decree of acidity, after a ee lies of acidimetive le-Ui, is equal to I lie stroagest vinegar of commerce. With tbe sicceret wiiii for I prio?n ycf this manufactory and ir-li.srry . f o-ir rity, I remain jours, lrulv, A ANsitv: Prof, of Analytical ui I A t.oi rurr.lt; vwii-lr y AUCTION SALE Ol Household and Kitchen CARPETS, RL'GGS, &r i!Y Trabue & liiicusi. ON FRIOAY, Sept..,, isf e, we will sell at the Dwell ing House of Kef. J. F. Evaos, No. tM Socth Vine street, his entire Household and Kitchen Putnitare, con sisting in part as follows: 1 h'ha Kntssells Cat pet, 2 Bed Chamber Carpet", 2 Carpets of India Martin?, 2 Divans, 7 Mahogany Chairs, 7 Walnut do 1 fine Rosswood Piano Firte, Iron frame, :S Dining Room Chairs, 1 Side Hoard, 2 Bureaus, 3 Walnut Bedsteads and V.allrams, 3 Wash Stands, 2 Wardrobe. 1 Sheet trou Stov aid Fixtures, 2 common Bedsteads and iltiraie-s. Fine Table Ware Kitchen Furniture, and iu tact every thing necessary to hecaekecpinir All of this Furniture, Carpets, Ac , has only been used for three months, and is really as good as new. All persons in want of any of the above articles will pleafe attend tbi sale, as the owner wishes to return to his home and station in Georgia. ALSO, at the same and place wb wilt otter to tbe high est bidder, on liberal terms, the House and Lot. Tne House is a two atory brici. with seven rooms, gas all through it, with Store Rooms, Kitchen. Servant Iiooms, Bath House, Stable, Carriage House, Coal, Wood and Milk Cedars, Wash Shed, FurLsre and Hydrant, all ia good order. This is a rare cban .e for a good house Sale ot House and Lot at 10 ocloci, precisely, furniture Carpets, Ac . 10J; o'clock, precisely. 6ept2I-tf TRABUEA I.L'UUS. A VALUAULE FAKJl FOR SALE. BY virtue ot a decree of tbe County tXurt of David son voitnty, at the September Term. IU, on Tues day, the ?3th day of October next, ou the premises. 1 will sell' to the highest bidder, on a credit ot cun and ifo yeira. with interest from date except J'JOO to be paid at tbe time ot the sale the Tract of Land, upon fihich Eliza beth Cartwright lived at the time of her death, and will be cold as tbe property cf her husband, David Cartwright, dee'd, ad joining l lands of Mij Hamlin, John Walter, Ed.tteruggg and Mr. litre, robiaimng about 120 teres. Sold lor a division toriOfig tbe heirs Sale about 12 o'clock, M. ARIS BROWN, sept2l d twiw td t'ommi-ai.mer. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. THE undersigned, st.er uunv veari experience in tbe busiceseofFainung, hasdiHOVered aplun lu reno vote tbe soil, and make it aa i icli as evrr, without any ex pense whatever. Land which Las bern f.xbimteJ by bad tillage can be made to produce at Ira v 5) bua.'iels of Corn per acre in tbe course of a few months. Farmers who wish to try his method can ! s-j by ending to the subscri ber at Columous Indiana, and ihs' utrectkmi will be DroniDtlv sent free of i mutate WM. 1. HORTON. KirsKatca- Gen. W. W. Wmidtb't. Nashville, Tenn-: William Hored, Esq.. and Dr. II. I', ilmiiau, Colusiliua Indiana; Charles D. .McLean, Mnnphi.i, Tenn. Bep'2l dAwlt " $50 Reward. T OST or stoVn. nn Sunday n,e-ht 1 Ph Setdenioer, ij BAY MARE MOLE, elevju v;ars ml, aUmt 15; hands high. Her mouth much cut up nt the iv-rier by the bridle, cuts her mouth d.eii iu th Huter wteu dnok ing, has two small white spct& u the lop of tbe bead. made by the bridle, hhe is branded un.ur ur the sboul der witn a small B, which cannot ba sreu withitit clear ex amioation. Had on when lost or stolen un old blind- bridle and a. eld saddle. 11" stolen I will give tba above reward f-rtbe revoverv nt the Mute and couvictton ol tlte thier. or $l." for Ihe Mule C11AS. BuSLEY. sep2l wif 4 miles South w -i tf Nashville. McCLURE, BUCK tr CO., (Successors to the late tirm of Maxey, McClure A Co) TIN, PLATE Ac SHEET IRON ORKERS, A T their old stand, No 2.' Market street, Nahville, XX. Tenn., keep constantly on band tin ttare ot .very discription wb lejale and retail. Also, Tiu Piste. Sbeet Ccpper, Block Tin, Sheet liou, ad Iron. Fairbank's PXatform Scales of the most improved pattern'. Wood and CohI Stoves, consisting ot Fraaklia'a Ten Plate, Seven Plate, Box aad Cy lender Stoves. Aleo, Parlor, chamber and Office Grates. To all of which they would respectfully call the aitenlino of tboss wishing u purchase. fsentln 3n. THE EXCITE1MENT OV JS5ti ! AS this is an age of progression, end you may as well be out ot the world as to be out of th-j 'ashiou, that being the case, you should call imtnediaiely at Nicholson and rupply yourself with some of thosi IfEAlTTIFIJL DRESS GOODS which were se.ected with so much aste and attention ; tbe names of which are too numerous o mention. In a word everything that ia tuually kept in a NO. 1 DRV GOODS MOUSE. We don't wish to beast, for tho Gouds will tpeak for themselre. all we ask is a call from tbe puMIs generally. Besides Dress Goods, we hare an excellent lot of WRAPPING, such as Cloaks, Mantillas, Talmas, Shawls, Scarfs, Ac. Also, the dilierent kinds of Laces and Embroideries. Our siock of GENTLEMEN'S WEAR is very complete, con sisting of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting and Furnishing Good.. Also a good stock of DOMESTIC GOODS, such as Bed Tickings, Domestic Drilling, Blankets, Linf sey, JeanJ, flannels, Irish Linens, in fact everything o. the kind. All of which we will sell at a very low profit- u v. xwuuu-sum s JU., spt21 No. 22 Public Square. PIANOS, 3IELODEONS. .MUSIC, .Sec. THE undeisigned has jttat received and opened for in-t-pec.ton, the largest stcck ct Planus, Melodious and Musical Merchandise ever offered in the City of Rocks. The attention of everybody is, invited to examine and juage for themselves As mice is strictly a Music Best Nets, purchasers may rely upon getting the very best ar tide, and at tbe lowest renomersure prices. To whole tale customers I will sell at a per cent on Eastern pr.ee?, mi that thty can save freight, besides dangers of trans portation. Schools and teachers supplied upon tbe very best terms. wpt21 J. A. McOLURK. "XTEW JtlCE. 10 tierces new K ce just received per IN Railroad.aadbrsaleby JOSEt'H, NASH, septiO lw S. E. cor. College and Ppnng sis. PIKE'S EXTRA WHISKY. 35 barrels lor sale by JOSEPH NASU, eegtso 1 w 3 ,1 cor CoUtjre and Church sts. NiSW PUBLICATION THEDEMOCRATIC NOMINEE! m fcv : , AY. T. HURRY fe CO. bavojast received THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVIOes or or psssstltasia, CANDIDATE OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY roa President of the "LTnited States,. iscxmnca ths MOST IMPORTANT OF HIS STATE PAPERS BY K. G. HORTON, miliar muoa or thx arwroat dat soox. jo'yg' - Rachel aad the New World. t F. T. UERRY .V CO. have this day received RACHEL AND THE NEW WORLD, AN ACCODHT or THE TOUR OF TEE 7A1X0C3 French Actress TUROUGn THE UNITED &TATES AND CUBA, ST M. Bcauvallet, One of the "Rachel Ccrp3 Drunauqaj " M. BEAU7ALLET gives a moatomusirjg account of ths- Felix 'Million bunt," &otn the start in Pari to tha con clusion over here. Ths book is fall cf the coat pert and impertinent remarks on ottr cities and institution NEW Y0RhT,B03T0N, PHILADELPHIA. SOJtS CF THE OOKTEfTi. THIRD PART. THE IMPERLAL CITY. CHAP. I. Which mar slva aa Idea of New Tort. CHAP. IL In which one takes lodgings where ha eta getthein. CHAP. 1IL la which we treat of a caitntatrplstxiat species cf insect. CHAP. IV. Ia which the Mulion Heat bsztss. CHAP. V. First night in New Yorr. CHAP. VI. Ia whiih MadesoIseUa fUchal coxes ea tha scene, and Jinny Llsd also. CHAP. TIL In which it is plainly teaa tha Atnsric does tiot bite well at Tragedy. CHAP. VIII. In which there Is core talt wbont thr Swedish Nlghtiogala. CHAP. IX. In which we don't phy so stnxhais-awiiclJ ike. CHAP. X. Which la far frcn being a lively use. CHAP. XI. Ia hich tl.ers Is a good deal e id inUvor of tbe Rachel Company. CUAP.Xif. InwhicnahoptejpersasdsivageatrsEJO. tioned. OUAP. Xitl. Which li scarcely saythiog tatalelUr 111 rki'gera'a r.eauvoir. CHAP XIV, In which tbe expUitansn U furiously ecutinevd. CHAP. XV. Which contains the History cf tha Mar seiuaise in tbe United States. Wa V. II. i Co. have also Just received THE modern Story Teller OB, The best Stories of the beat Authors. Ivol 12mo ctotL. julylfi THE wftlTIrsGs" OE UK. MAGLNN. W.T. KERRY Ac CO., have just received. CoDlpIeto in tw vol.: THE ODOKERTY PAPERS, ruKMINC THE riRST POBTIOI Ijr TBB illSCILLAItEOK WRITINGS CF THE LAC DK. i?lAGIiTi. WITH AN or.lOINAL ilEUOIR ASD copiocs afcTt nr Br. Shclton Mackenzie. For more than a quarter ot a cruiury, the most remarka ble uugsziue writer of his time, was the late William Ma ginn.LL D., well known as tba Sir Morgan Odoberty of llackwood's ilagai'n, and us the principal contributor, for many years, to Eraser's and other periodicals. Tha combined learning, wjt, eloqueoca, eccentricity, aad hu mor ol Maginn, had obtained for him, long before his death, (in 1313,1 the title of Tax Moossx Usksuu. His magazine articles possess extraordlcs merit. He bad the art ot putting a vast quantity of animal spirits upon paper, but bis graver articles which costaia sound and serious principles of criticism are earnest and well-reasoned. The collection now in hand will contain hia Ficatisj (in a variety of languages,) Transl tions. Travesties, and Original Poetry, also his prose Tales, which are eminently beautiful, tha best oi his critical articles, (including his celebrated Shakspears Papers,) and hts Homeric Ballads. The periodicals in which he wrote have been ransacked, from "Blackwood" to "Punch," and the result will be a series of great interest Dr. Sbelton Mackenzie, who has undertaken tte editor ship of these writings of his distinguished countryman, will spare neither liber nor attention in tbe work. The first volume will contain an original Memoir of Dr.Majlnn, written by Dr. Mackenzie, and a characteristic I'c rltcit, with fac simile. W. T. 11. & Co. Lave nlo Just tecencil MAGINN'S SUAKSPEARE PAPERS. MAGlNNy UOMEBIO BALLADS, Ao. WIT AND WISDOM OF SYDNEY SMITH. MAMMOTH SCHEME 1 CAPITAL PRIZE $50,000! ALABAMA LOTTERY Authorised by the State of Alarums.) SOUTHERN MILITARY ACADEMY LOTTERY I CLASS H. Tube drawn in the City of Montgomery, Aiabsoa, is pnb lie, on FRIDAY, OCT. 10, I860, oa the PLAN OF SINGLE NUMBERS I SAMUEL SWAN, Manager. PRIZES AMOUNTING TO 200,000 Dollars I will be distributed, according to the following uarirailei Scheme. 1 Prize or. 150,000 is tZGfiOQ 1 " 20,000 is. . . . SD.Ovd 1 " 20.000 1S.. se.eoo- l " lOr-JoO ia.. . ... 10,000 1 " 10.000 is 10,800 1 " C.OOO is 5,000 2 " 2.500 are 5,W 2 " 1,000 are 2.0CO 2o " .: 500 are,.. 10.000 5 " SKI are 15,000 75- " , SOOare 15,900 100 1' 10O are 13,000 125 " 80 are 7.5U APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 4 prizes of 4O0 approxi'ating to 2SO.00O pri:e are f l.WO 4 " euir t,wu 4 " 250 ,oei 4 mi m.m 4 " 17.-, 9,99v 4 " 150 " 3,0O & ' 200 5 " 4H " I, GOO SO " ' " -aX) 200 " 2j " tui S00 " 20 " -" 1,160 1,000 S"0 Tl odd io9 tiiii 6000 6,000 1,000 prizes amounting to JiiOO,OOj WU01.E TICKETS, 10; HALVES ?5; QUARTERS, t-H-The Alabama and Grorgiu Lotteries, aa channels for in vestment, pretent inducements over any known scheme. The experience the public have had of ihe management ot thee 1ittenee, the forge amount of prcss-iold, tha prompt ness with which iher have been paid, are tbe best guar antees tbat they wifl always be conduct! in the DuOnt honorable manner. plan of tiie Lorrutt. There are S0.0O0 Tickets numbered from 1 to Su.ooo. Thaie are SiO lull Prizes acd BSD Approximations rack Ing la all 1UOO prizes. The drawing takes place in public, uader trie superii. tendence of two sworn Commissioners. The Numbers Irom 1 to 50,000, correspoodiDg with those Numbers on the Tickets printed on separate slips ot paper, are encircled with small tin tubes, and placajiu one wheeL Tbe first 3 SO Prizes, similarly printed and enclrclej, ate placed in snother wbeel The wheels are then revolved, and a number is drawn from the wheel ot Nnmbers, and at the arne time a Prhv is drawn Irom tbe other wbeel. The nmnber and Prts drawn nut are opened 1 nd exhibited to tbe audience, aa J registered by the CommLsioner, tbe Prise beiog placed against tbe number drawn. This operation is repeated until all the Prizes are drawn out. ArrBOxiMvrios Psizza The two preceding and lit two succeeding Number to those drawing the Brat fir) PritM will be entitled to tbe C20 Approximation Prrzas, according to the Scheme. IN ORDERING TICKETS, Enclose tbe money to our address for tbe Ticket or J.r -ed,cn the receipt ot which they will be forwarded by tint mail. The List of Drawn Numbers and Prizss will be .sent t.i purchxsnrs immediately after tbe drawing. Purchaaers willpleaje write their signature plain, x',tf their Post Office, County and State. EST Remember that every prizj (3 drawn, and payable in full without deduction. X-tT" All prizes of f 1,0C0 and under, pild immediately after ths drawing oihsr prizes at the raaiisl lims of Unity dayr, in full without deduction. At communications strictly confidential. Orders for Tickets should be sent la early. Prize Tickets cashed or renewed ia other Tleteu ut either office. Orders for Tickets can be addressed either ta S. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, G S. SWAN, Montgomery. AU. septlO or J.Y.HUGGINS; Box. 8 Nastmll, Half Fare: NASHVILLE AND CllATTA!OOOA RAILROAD MESSRS. MAYNARD AND POLK pERSONS wishing to hear 'hese gentlemen ipeafc can X go to Murfreesboro on the 20ih on regular traieB FAKE Agenia will be provided with tickets for the go- aion. ull tare most be paid going. A ticket will L furnished which will return lbo wno atlend Itce from additional charge. U. I. ANDERSON. epus-ti Sud'I MC It :. O. WAMatu j.),Mt buabels of lined fesches and Annies, for whleh tha t,lt.. . in , . . . . . .u b ....... 1 1 ... uiiue .uim given in cash by sepua u DAVIS, PiLCLu.R at CO .