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F02 THE STATE AT J.ARGE.
BAILIE PEVTOS, rsnmoff,
N. CJ. TAlXOUt f Carter.
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A-S. CAMP & CO.
For some days we have seen, floating about
la nr Georgia and Alabama democratic ex
change, certain proceedings, purporting to
have occurred in tbe Geirgia Legirlaiure in
.8x1 mlm.lrin? a letter lro:n -Mr. KvEKfcTT.
dated in ls3, giving cxprc?-io
n to aioliiin
opinions. T;.e proeuiiug
t-re Sot on !;-'..
it appears, lor the purpose of censuring II.. u.
J. M. Bkkriex. then a Senator in Ciigres
frow Georgia, lor giving hi sanction to the
appointment of Mr. EvFKtfT a .Minister to
England, by Geu. llAit!.ix; at the Vole
of cenuie wa3 passed. Tiiij publication has
l k i. Into th eolomns of ihe N;i!i-
itra ui " j -
ville Union and Arri-m, and will, doubt!.-,
find a ready circulation in all the democratic
journals of the South, and will te a strung
point with all tbe democratic speaker.-, great
and; mall, on ths hartlngs, during tL j cam
paign. We know nothing of the aulheuticiiy
ot the letter, which is thaa to be made the
strongest weapon of cfience against the Con
stitutional Union ticket throughout tbe pend
ing canvass, wherever it if likely to prove
injurious to it; nor do we conceive it to be
very material in view of subsequent events
and existing circumstances. Nothing but
honor and benefit came to tbe country out of
. . a. ... .?..t r -tit..li H-.
me appotnuneu l, me eui;t.uii " "- j
thus censured. Our relations with (Ireat
Britain were embarrassed, at the time, by a
number of exciting and irritating questions,
among which ware the North-Eastern btun
dary depute; the Lorder Canada trouMes;
the seizure and detention of American vessels "j
by UririsU cruisers on me coasi ui a.ih i.
and onestiona connected with Oregta and j
To;n .11 of which Mr. Evkkett fullv 1
juttified tbe wisdom and propriety of tbe ap
pointment, lie secured the i;gbt of Ameri
can fishermen to take fiib in the bay of Fuady
which had been so long a British monopoly;
and over many obstacle-? preenred the re
lease of CO or 70 American citizens from the
penal colony of Van Pieman's land, wbo bail
been sent there for participation in the Can
adian Rebellion. No interests nCjLCtinii either
the Lonor of tho country or the rights of
Individual citizens were tver neglected or
overlooked by him. Iuriug this service both
Mr. Calhoix and Mr. Lc;.vui: occupied the
onlcc of Secretary f State, and h i ei-joyed
the respect and confidence of both, as he did
of the whole country. Besides, Mr. BtinntEX
was afterwards sustained and continued in
hi seat ia the U. ?. Senate by the people of
Georgia; and it w fair to piesume that he
was tally able to vindicate biutsell from the
censure cat upon him by tbe Legislature,
lor voting to confirm the sppoiutmont of :i
supposed bolitionit as Minister to the Court
of tbe first Power in Europe.
Subsequently Mr. Ktekktt tvas appointed
to the firnt position in Ibe CaMaet of iir.
FiiiKOUE, and his able adminjbtrution of tbe
department of .Stare, brje? as it was. gave
general satisfaction.. Jt was during bis ser
vioe here, that Great Britain and i'rance pro
posed to this "Government t enter iuto a
league together to gnarantee to Spain iu
perpetuity the exclusive possession of Cuba
Mr. Everett's reply, declining the proposi
tion, was the ablest exposition of tbe policy
of this conntry on tbis subject which has
ever been giveu, and was reet irrd wiib ap
probation by tbe country ia gen.-rd. with
out rei-pcct to party. So far a3 tb.-re is a
a likelihood of tbe a?iuisi:ion of C.ib i by
tbia country, and so fr as tbis evc&t would
ail in bringing it about, Mr. Evsr.KTrcan
certainly Bot le su.-pec'.ed of abolition seu
timentt. But still later Mr Evelctt has t ecu
pied a seat in the Senate of the United
States, and the record be tliTe made should
be tbe lest of the truth of this r.!d abolition
charge. If he really is the abclltiou fanatic
which hi political adversaries are so indus
triously laboring to make him nppev. there
tbe beet evidence of the allegation is. most
likely to be found. But tbey. do not chotfSv
to look ia that directioa ernscious, d ubt
less, that such an effort would fail.
Later still, in that fatal hour when the
Whig party fell to pieces, and the Republi
can party rose with a celerity and vigor,
which literally bore down all oppo?ing oi
tacles, a party farmed on the single idea of
antl-slarery Eowakd Everett, instead of
going with it and becoming a part of it, as
he undoubtedly would, if bis views bail been
aucb as are attributed to biui, placed him
self in opposition to it and with all that he
roic moral courage, which ii so eminently
his characteristic, defied the stormy excite
ment which surged around him.
In view of such fact it Is hardly to be
imagined that the noble patriot and consci
encious statesman will be materially dam
aged in, the estimation of an intelligent peo
ple, by the resurrection of thi old charge cf
abolitionism. lie has never failed in any
position or ia any emergency to respect the
Constitution and the constitutional rights of
the South, and nerer will. Of tLU we fed
perfectly assured. B is too great and good
and just to lead or join ia an violent and
systematic fanatical warfare upon the rights
f the people ot any section.
Maj. G. A. IIesbt Since the adjournment
of the Baltimore Convention, Maj. IIexbt
has been visiting, accompanied by his family,
a portion cf the eastern and northern States.
He has made speeches at Philadelphia, New
Haven Boston Lowell and New York, making
a fine impression in every instance. These
speeches have been reported in the newspapers
and reflect the highest credit upon him. The
good seed be has sown caanot fail to produce
an abundant harvest. Tennessee could not
have been better represented abroad ; for she
baa not among ber orators one whose grace,
and dignity, and eloqucac ar wore capti
Death or Senator DocctAS' CaitD. Mr.'
Douglas' infant daughter Ellkn died at
Washington on t!be fourth of Jane, 'for of
such as she ws., ia the kingdom of Ileaven."
In thi?, their gloomy hoar, when a little
child has gone f forth without touching tbe
threshold, and left the home eo empty, 60
desolate; and the bereaved parents begin
to know how large a place that little crea
ture filled ia tbeir hearts, they have the sin
cere sympathy of friends everywhere.
But there id one thought, even at snch a
time, that is not rad: nothing ever grows old
in memory; the little girl that died ia an eter
nal child, and even as the crept over tbe
threshold of (Jod's gates ajar, at tbefbecon
iog of the Lord, eo ever in the heart her
parting look, with heaven shining tall upon
ber brow; the bcaaty that the heart grew
warm beholding, in lifeV morning, when
dews were on the world, and played the
truant with soma angel, remains untouched
by time, even a the unrent sky that let tho
Tennessee at Richmond. It appears that
two delegates from Tennessee turned up at
tie Richmond Convention. We presume they
proposed to represent tbe Kuoxvillo and
Memphis district; or, pfeibapn, the Reyitltr
Let tuk 1 d U.viox Sum:. The Knox
viile IITrrV? says a uuniVr id tbe delegates to
the Richmond Convention passed through
that place; and 'though in different train:
remarkable uimnrnuly of sentiment and feel
ing pervaded thrir uuud Their motto wah
asa general tiling -Z the J J Union -lithr "
This is tbe spirit which animated thui at
Richmond, too, but the leaders protested that
they loved thi Union ! Ob. hypocrisy !
The IiU-ItiuouiI CouTentloii.
Th:s b-xy, after beng organizid, took a
recess till the 21st in?!., without tran?actinz
any busiuesa of importance. , All the rtelt
gates except those from South' Curoliua go
to r.altimoie. Thfy do not go there with the
iotrution of sul'miiting to the action of tbe
m ijiirity if it w'nonld be against tbein ; but to
attempt t j coerce tlie Ct.r.veiition into the
adoption ol tie ir programme for ilie IVesi-
dciitial cntupaigii. Tury do net at : mj.t to
dirgui.se tbeir olj.'ct, lit opc-tdy jiroe'aiui it,
And it now r?iuinH to l$ s-etu whether tl-e
majority can b? tlr:igooni-d into sul'inissiou
to theee di-organizera 1 bet ber there is vir
tue and maniim-ss erjoiiirh in tUe majoritv t
maintain tii?' p.u'ty maiiiatiou and the
rights of tb !ii;i?s, ussailed through it. If
tbe majority yi-U. a long firtuell may be
bid to i'le p. -are and harmony of the party
its broken linprueuts ran never be collected
and c-f'&K-i.fid again. The veriest craven
would look upon tbe cowardice ot the Piih-mif-si.
nist-i with contempt, and scorn to act
with them in tt;ttii(v
i:itliulatitr ItU miiI JCterett Deui.
oiiiitration in ;Jisouri.
The Mi"-omi StjttrH?n, .rinted at C'olum
bin, Mo., in iu iiuo f t!e St'u int., pub
bs!:es tbe proceedings of a Rtu. and Evkr
ktt dernoust ration iu that county on the -UU.
Tbe SttUt,ma,i says of it:
Never since the ood old Whig iiwes or
1840 and li'l I have we witnessed in Boone
tounty so large and enthusiastic a meeting
of t!ie people s r-poiuk-il on Monday last
to tbe National, State and Congressional
Dominations. Animated by a spirit of con
cord and fiaternltv. and br a patriotic pur-
ros. to ullrtv the su ifc of uartv anl to lrivj
1,; the tumultuous wares of sectionalism,
which threat en to eiigulph the Constitution.
and the I nion in o-ie common rum, the peo-
pie of Old Boone, ever faithful, eves true,
conu t igether in large numbers to take
counsel of each other in reference to the crit
ical condition of puHic aUairs.
The meeting ratified tUe nomination of
Bku. and E.vkkett and nominated candidates
for tbe Legislature, putting forward, we are
gratifcd to not", Col. W. F. Si itzler, the
able editor of the SuUmnan, as the candidate
for the Senate. Enthusiastic speeches were
made by Maj. Roixjx.-?, the candidal for
Congress, Col. SrrrzLKi:, and others..
(reat Hell aut Uverett. TeniOtttra
tiou iu Sew rk.
The friends of Beu. aoii Eykkett held a
most glorious and imposing ratification meet
ing at tbe Cooper Institute in the city of New
York ca Friday Eight last. The meeting
a. M. 1 v.- 1... II,... I.- A ......
and on the li.-t of Vice PresiJenjci we the
names f Ge:i. WixriEi,i. Svoji, anJ Cu.
Joiix. II Wyoi.. Speecaes were made by
Messrs. E:tA-sT.rs Iij;tts, James M. QiAitijcs,
ami fJisTAvts A. IIknpy, ol this State, aud
lion. Z. B. Va k, of N. C. An extract from
a, letter from Mr. Fili.mokk to a friend win
read as follow :
"I regard the nse of my name by the Re
publican press si trainl iletit and mischiev
ous, and sball vote for Messrs. Bell and Ev
erett, whether any one el.-e does or not "
TI.e meeting, siys the Erfrtss. vcc.think
it will be aekaou 1 dged, by all fa: nanded.
tiieu. w as om- f the most nuuifTviis aiul in-tlu-iili.il
aas'.i:uljges c-vrr Lt'en. wkhii the
walls of the Coopt-c Institute. ?Uli meeting
it sbouid Lh reaifiubcFe.lt, wiis ia a good de
gree, a "p.-ulaiw-ii-s lave, but little prelimina
ry eti'.rt having been made t. give it an im
portance. np.V, t Jion iLo si mob-appeal it maile
to tfce Irioi.-i-j ot tii-? Cou-tit jttoa and the
Fnk.i:. Yet we ( not tritate to say, that
the patriotism and intellieucc ol the Coin-mi.-rcial
I.'i:ii.'t ium were nercr I'lter roitt
seuled tbua r;i this ih-ea-iou, wbetber ari r
gnrds ilu- lng array of t-miueut citizens ttfco
occapled i be ;,latfoim (and whose usuxes, iii
part, are in th ;" list of Yije Presidvuts.) o
tbe iLixu.-ainl-i who c aae with iheiu to re
spoud to the tioaiiuaiijus ol Bell und Ever
ett. Ttie (i.ce'. dings, tbrnghuut were tlis
tinguisheJ for iiaruiuuy and decorunr.
Ibe follow iug are lUAoiig th rcsolntioasi
ad pied by ib: meeiiig,:
Y. Eti-4v.il, That n!io Union, the Cootw
ttlliou. and the E'lF.MCi.aionl ot thu Laws.7
is a j.latfwini c-j-extensiie with our country.
It is the same upon which stood our early
Presidents, and which remained unchanged
until the fell spirit of" party "aised its serpent
tangs above them all, and -proclaimed its
VI. li'gUviJ, "That the cause of freedom,
in the South, as well as in the North, is wrap
ped up ia the Constitution aud tbe Union:"
itud that in regard to the relations of master
and slave, tbe recognition ot tbe Constitution
remains as n guide, while justice to the one
no less than humanity to tbe other naturally
t-tiggests that these' relations will exist iu
territories adapted to their condition, and
agreed upon iy the people when presenting
their State Constitution to Congress for r.d
mission into the Union.
Yil. Refoii.1, That tbe city of New York,
in behalf of ber million of people, sends greet
ing to Union men everywncre. that we have
put on our armor and erubttrkfed in the jon
tliet with an ardor and determination worthy
of the noble cause, iu tbe patriotic hope that
when the ipe.s of November shall come, mil
Iionsof grateful freemen through the whole
length and breadth of the conlederacy will
joyfully exclaim, "Sectionalism and ianati-
cism are overthrown, never to rise a,
uuU tbe precious legacy of tbe i nion will bo i
transmitted to posterity with au
I a hire.
Hell In I'lattS 'lunre-'.ilorr Demo
We extract as follows from a business let
ter received at this f3ce from East Tennefi
eec : "The Beu. fever ha become contageous
in this portion, of East TcBnes.-iee, aud. has so
prostrated the bcrnocracy here that divers of
them, to my certain knowledge, swear they I
prefer-BEU. to DoroLAs. ' The delegate, Joux I
1). RiTiEr, from this (1st) Congrciional Dis
trict to the late Charleston Convention, and
present delegate to the approaching Balti
more Convention, publicly announces that he
vill net tupporl Lkjuglat, in or out of tin Cbttveit
tion aad says that he would as 500a support
Sswajut or LiacQLS,"
National Convention " of Homcropa
The "American Institute of Homoeopathy's
met in Philadelphia on Wednesday Cth inst.,
at the College Building, Filbert street, above
- At ten oxlock the Institute was called, to
order by the Secretary. IT. D. Paine, of Al
bany, New York. The roll of members,
containing np wardi of five hnndred, was
then called, the nrcessary corrections of the
names and residences being made.
The Institute then proceeded to the elec
tion of officers with tbe following result:
Pruidml-JLC. Wilherill., M. 'D.,"of Cm
General Secretary Jacob Beakley, M. D., of
JXBHr X OI K. CUT.
Treasurer C. U. Skiff, M. D of Brooklyn,
A number of papers on various medical
subjects were read.
Some forty applicants, all regularly grad
uated pbysiciaus, were, commended for ad
mission to thj Instirule, and unanimously
elected. - - -
The Troatiurer read a report, showing that
the receipts ot the Society during the year
were SoS2.8I; disbursed, $lo.r..Gtf: cash in
band, $120.21. It wa accepted anl relerred
to the proper Committee.
tue AXM'AI. adukess.
Tbe annual address before the American
Institute of llomu-opathy was delivered at
Concert Hall, by Dr. B. F.M eMail us, of Balti
more. The attendance was large, and coiu-
priseu many lauies.
Tbe Doctor, on bis appearance was greeted
with applause. He commenced bis lecture
by stating that be fett grateful to God for
iiavmg been jw:i mated to meet his fellows in
annual scssiou for tbe seventeenth time.
Hu itnv about hint many familiar faces, and
it ii Horded him pleasure to know that all
were united in the beloved science of Uomneo-
lie referred to the early efl'orts of his co la
borers, aud the oppositiou they had to con
tend against, iu order to bring tbe science in
to general favor. Tliey had gone wit, howev
er, liom ocean to oceau, and from path to
path, uulil its advocates had increased to the
number of thousands. Tbeir opponents
looked upon the science with an eye of jeal
ousy. Ibere was no subject of more importance
to tbe Cnuimunity, in a temporal point of
view, than that of Uuui.e'jpatu v. It was a
inaittr in which all were interested, aeither
age. St x, nor couditiou being execptwi. From
tbe earliest periods of the world disease have
been knwn. and various wer the remedies
applied lor their removal,
M'-dicine, as a genecaj tiring were destruc
tive, anl it was itsy to. understand why. But
to the wisdom a&d keuias of ilannemaun was
the world indebied lor a process by which
mcdiciueH of the most poisonous character
were rendered harmless, while yet they re.
tuia tU in curative properties. For this dis
covery Ibuiaeujanu bad won the admiration
and gratitude of the world, and millions yet
unborn would fhmlsh bis genius and his
memory to the cud of time- lie bad origina
ated a system of medical practice whose
beauty was to be fe.jr.d in its simplicity and
safety, nad he not a rifrht to do this t Cer
tainly he had. He was the man, as the in
strument of Cod, for the great work, and he
successfully accomplished it.
In.' great objection, after. all, lo Ilpma'O
patby, was its siosplk ity. The same objec
tion was first made to st?am. when people
wen- sitisUed co travel, say from Philadel
phia to Baltimore, in tbe old-fashioned way,
by sta;e-coach, a distance now traveled in
one-teurth the time, and much more comfort
abiy. And what was steam? It was noth
ing but water, whose oower was develoaeii
by the introduction of caloric. We bad. X ved,
to see and acknowledge its superiority as a
1 he fcame oli.ction was made to the niae-
netie telegraph. :wid w hen Professor Morse
applied to Cungrass qome vears ago for an
approptatSoa to e -Xabli.-h a. iine.it was cried
down ly som3 a.auoibupr, and all because
ol its s:mpltcityv out we bave lived to see
the utility of the discovery. AVhat was the
objection taJeaner. wbo introduced the virus
obtained from so bumbl't a source as the
cow: lis simplicity ! What was the objec
tion to lloni.i-npatbv T It-i simplicitv! Sucn
was the objection to almost every iuirortnnt
discovery that had ever ten made.
The Doctor examined several Allouhatic
publications, and commented at length upon
tne ai?uTdity ot ttie arguments they contain
ed agonist the science of Homojopathy. Ex
tracts Irom ITolessor simp.oii's work, issued
ia r-dinimrg. tjcotiauu, a ljok which had
reached its sixth edition, -was reviewed at
great length, and the lector, iu answering
its arguments, eliciteii, at times, the gt safest
tn the 10iU day of April, sKx.tee
years ago. tie Am jricpn Institub;ot Iloove
opaiby wai oagaijizeil in, tti city of New
l oik. uy aoout twenty-av? pnysiciatis. Tne
Doctor baj tin priMe;io and the pleasure of
being one of. that num-uer, and hud attended
theip Meetwi ever si rxe. From that time
tl'4.'ic BMfUiijM'rs had iiier used, until now they
, utir&bfed some livo bnndrctl, which made it
ie of the largest inedit al asociattuii iu the
wotld. There went uw in tbecouutry more
than two thousaml wt-rking llomo-opalhic
After paying a titibube to the memory of
the founder of Hoiuo-spatsy, the speaker
concluded by urging Umii bis associates tbe
importauce of eloso study and untiring in
dustry in thii-pursuit of tlieir profession; the
discharge A their ol lig itions with fidelity,
regardwess of all opposition. He would have
th' -il move on in tbe path of dnty as a band
oj brothers, ami rememjr uuOL cherish tfc
ia. doubt, bboi ty;
in all things, charity
' Airthc conclusion of tbe Doctor's address
a vote of lhar.ks wsis tendered him for bis
able and und eloquent lecture, aud a report
of the proceedings of tbe Association order
ed t Ik? published -in two. vt the nedical
A genLieiiKiu uaniod G. F. WIrsen, a Swede
by 1-irtu,' IhU for several years past a resident
of California, came t Atlanta a few dajs
ago, mid propoi;-d to the Faculty ot the
.Medical College that he would fnbtuit to
then some facts- iu reiaiiou to snake-cbarrn-in
that must fore cr put t" rest the iuV-a
that such a thing a charming a snake can
not lie done. Mr. W. gave one or two pri
vate exhibition, and at length hcauuouuced
a pobiic exhibition lor Saturday last. We
confess we were dubious of tin; affair, and
went to the exhibition rather prejudiced
against the; exhibitor tiiau iu bis favor.
A box containing some tweoty-five snakes,
among which was a raitle snake with seven
rallies, a large Coiton moutii mockasiu, the
copper head or rait!? snake's pilot, two dif
ferent spectt-s of the viper, aud several spe
cies ot waur mo, kasiu. lie to k first the
rattle snake in his hand, shook bis rattles,
played with liim, and coiled him about hi
neck, lie next . lo:k ; the cotton mouth
nioekasiu, r.nd went through the same ma
nu'uvres with him. and so on through with
all the others. He bad at on lime the
whole twenty-live crawling around his neck,
sUouMers and head, playing with kim.toucb
iag bis whiskers with" their tongues, and
actually kissing him. Hi put them on the
floor, and tormented tharn in ft : way that
we would call cruel but not oue of them at
tempted to bite biai, or to show the slightest
aitiger no matter what he did. . He picked
taeiu all up aud put them into his bosom!
vhere they crawled und coiled for five miu
Mtes. They were then restored to their lox.
iveiy one satisfied of one thing, that is bis
complete control over them.
A small stout dig, at least four years old.
lira then brought m, when Mr. Wirsen took
f.ovut Uie rattle snake, and in an instant the
rattles were in motion nnd the anger of the
nake aroused. Mr. W. held him in bis
liand while he bit the dog twice. He then
coiled the rattlesnake around bis neck, and
took out the cottou mouth mockasin, which
Vtit the dog ouce, fiercely. - From the mo
xaent tbe dog was first bitten, and he no-
ii i m. . . t. i..f i . . .
pearon in exrairui ui'snni oeiore, ue looted
lau ana uroopea, ana uiea in an nour.'
ibis was to nit tue most
j thai the snakes were venomous, but perfect-
ly charmed and innocent in the hands of Mr.
I "Wrrsan. The utmost cntisfaction was mani-
t leattd vj all presenL Atlanta Intelligencer,
P J.. ... 19
Xlte Corn Crops.
ft While passing throngh the counties of
Sumner. Davidson aud Rutherford several
ir.n. at the corn fields which cam. with.
ia our observation, and we are prepared to
assert that we have no recollection of ever
seeing a more flattering prospect for an
Abundant corn crop than we looked upon in
the above named counties. Everywhere tba
corn appeared well grown, vigorous, full of
life. Our farmers may congratulate them
eelves upon tbe glowing promises ot an
j'abuadaDt reward for tbeir labor tola ram-yatT.-GaUa(in
Qntr, J3. .
Tue District ConvenUnOar Candi
date for Elector. .
- It was our pleasure to attend the Whig
District Convention which assembled in Mur
freesboro on Saturdaylast,tbe proceedings of
winch appear in our columns tbis morning.
The Convention was highly creditable to the
party and tbe cause of Bell and Everett in
this Fifth District. It comprised many of
the best men in the District, and was per
vaded by a spirit of earnest devotion to the
great work and a cheerful expectation of a
glorious canvass iu Tennessee.
Mr. Ed. L Golliday, whom the Convention
selected as the standard bearer of the party
during the ensuing canvass, U a gentleman
of fine attainments, a forcible and polished
speaker, and able to reflect honor-upon the
cause in which he will be enlisted.
We bespeak for him a brilliant canvass.
We know that his heart will be thoroughly
engaged in tbe good work, while his rare
powers as a debater, and bis chivalrous bear
ing as a gentleman will enable him to bear
off the laurel irom many an earnest conflict.
Freislit Schedule from Z.MlsTille.
The new freight schedule over the Jeffer
sonville Railroad and its connecting liues
East, from Louisville, is ns follows. The
rates arc Irom warehouse : ;
lAuibvillo 1st 2J 3d
to clara clans class
New York All rai!..ftl-.4- $1.15 5
" Rail aod water... 1.4 1.10 Hl
Button Ail rail 1.5a 1.1.00
" Rail and Water. 1.60 1.20 u5
Pliil&iel'a Alt rail... 1 3 1.05 (HI
r.altnnore Ail rail. ..1.8a ' K ' SO
HutUUrt Alt rail 7i 65 K-
Detroit 65 SS 45
KIMBKK OF KXCIXES TSED BT TWELVE KA1X
The followiug table, compiled with con
hiderablc care from the latest returns, shows
the number ot engines in use by twelve of
.1 . . . L . . . I . , . . A....... .
the prominent roads of the country
Baltimore and Hiio.
New Y"ork aut Krie
New York tTeuiral.. .............. .......
ti rsiud Truhk
I'hilidoii-hU and K;adiag, coal roHd.....
IHiuuiB Central... ............. .... ...'.a.
Micu;au Central.... ,
llUnburg, Fort Wayne aud Chicago, v.....
Mit liiirr.n Southern.. ............
Ureat Western, Cauola ..................
Toul by Twelve Roads... .
.. S 'B
By the new schedule on the Ohio and Mis-
sissippi Railroad, the following will be tbe
unexampled time between St. Louis and the
points named :
Cfeavltaui.... . ..
Pittsburg .... ....
A Sensible View.
Dr. Holmes said iu bis pddress before the
Massachusetts Medical Society a few days ago
that he bad little laitti in medicines; as a rule
what would hurt a well mm, would also a
sick man in the snnic ratio; that if the medi
cines were thrown to the bottom of the sea it
would be all the better for the patient. Phy
sicians should bear in mind the great recuue
rntive power nature possesses, and deal more
with the causes or disease, lie considered
Plirn4. Virl.lincnl wnrthr ol hpinc named
next to ibe "father of the healing art, the
daughter of it. Speaking of the passion ol
tbe American people for medicine, ne asked
"liow could a people, who have a revolu
tion onoe in lour years, who nave contrived
the bowe knife and tbe revolver, who have
chewed the juice out of all the superlatives in
tbe language in fonrth ol July orations, and
so used up its epithets in the rhetoric ol abuse
that it takes two great quarto dictionaries to
supply the demand: which insists on sending
out y a tits and horses, and boys, to outsail.
outrun outfight and checkmate all the rest of
creation, how could siw-li a people be conten
with anything tut ln-tcie practice? AVhat
wonder that the stars and stripes wave over
doses of ninety grains of sulphate of quinSne,
and that the American eagle screams wUk de
light to see three drachms of calomel, given
at a single motunfuK
Raii.uoad Jcbilke at Usiox City. We
leant that the citiy-eas of UuioaCity are uia
kiog ample arrangements to entertaia tbe
citizens of Hickman, Trenton ami all other
stations on tue line, on the Zlst cf June.
Ttie cars will leave Hickman on Thursday
morning, June 21st, for Union city, carrying
the excursionists lor 75 cents. Aud from and
alter that date, the regnlar passenger trains
will leave each morning for Union City, and
return in tbe evening. Hickman Courier.
Heavy Wixxixas. The owner of Thor-
manby, tlie winning horse of Derby, cleared
nearly $100,000 br the race. Hi winnings
in bets were over '70.000. The stakes were
worth .6,000. Mr. Ten Bro?ck, the owner of J,
Umpire, won C0,000. Heeuan was present f
ut the race, slaked $5,500 on Umpire aad
IviL lie was intensely disgusted.
5The Washington correspondent of the
N.'Y. Herald saja som? of the enemies of
1ocgi.as are trjing ta use four Pieuck as a
decoy to. lolro w.soie of the northern votes
trom IHicai.is at Baltimore., No use.
.S?yA democratic paper published in
Fayetleville, N. C., says ol the Bkll and
Give us the Philadelphia Platform of tbe
Black Republican parly a thousand fold,
with Seward lor President and Wendcl Phil
lips or Lloyd Garrison for Vice President,
btlore you give us Mich a tukot.
ilwt's hiiuesi. ne nice to see a man
C4enly choose that which best suits him.
jS" The National Medical Convention
was in session in New Haven, Connecticut,
last week. The members wore inost hospiia-
blj received and entettaiued there were
illuminations, festivals. A?.
jJSThe Cleveland Jtiinner (democratic)
thus refers to tb appointment of Churcu-
wEixas MiaMer lo Central America:
"Th'j President has appointed the Hon.
Wiu. M. Cuurchwell, of this State, Minister to
uaulemal.t and Honduras. c thiuk very
wen or oit tiuce, out tins is one or bis noun-
n itions we not approve of, and we hope the
Senate will reject it. Mr. Cliurch'Vuli has
long since forleited all respect due a gen-
tlrnHin who aspires to tbe confidence of an
admiuiKtratinn. If the appointmcut is con
firmed it will lie a sore thorn to the demo-
ocratic party iu East Tennessee.'?
IHS-Lixcolx's chief merits and qualifici
tiens for the Presidency, so far disclosed by
his friends, are that he at one time was en
gaged in mauling rails oa the li on tier, and
at another in keeping a backwood's prog-
shop. . ; . ' ;
Yesterday morning w had one of the
finest rains of the season. From the present
prospect 01 tne crop, we should not be sur
prised to hear of coin selling In tbis county
next year at $1 per bbl. Lefannn lhrahL
June 13a., -4 ;.-'. : -- ' ' -- -
Flora Temple Ueaten.
. A despatch Irom Now York, dated the
In the trot today between Flora Temple
aod Pittcben, two mile heats, the latter was
the wiuoer ia two straight heats. Time,
4:53J and 4:57. The first mile in the first
heat was made in 2:27$.
Hollo way' JPllli. Sirkues eillugaishes
the desire for enjoyment. Butthe meansof recove- I
ry are within the reach of all. Let thesick avail
themselves of Hollo way's matchless remedies and
shake off those maladies which brook down their
strength, spirits and constitution, and obtain a new
lcae of life and health. Sold everywhere.
. Juncl&-lw ' -
- MrLaax'a Cokihac As may be seen, we insert
this week the advertisement of McLean's Cordial, tc.
It is very well known we are not particularly fa
vorable to patent medicines, and, as a general thing,
eschew the whole of them with Bt l.ttle ceremonv.
and with these aentimenu we declined Inserting thi
...... .... - i
advertisement until we know what were the ingre
dients of tbe medicine. aad bow compounded.- This
we have Warned, aid believing, aa we do, that the
higrrdieuts are good, and the compound judiciously
made, we recjmmeud it as mixture worthy of
The above is from the St. Louis Christian Advo
cate, edited by the celebrated Ber. Dr. Mc Anally,
which speaka volumes la favor of McLean's Cordial.
We aay to all, try it. See the advertisement ja ,n.
Otter colnwa. juaelWa
. For New Orleans.
THE floe passenger stanier
JA3. JOK-S'SOX, JoH-vsox
r.u in vill loarft for the i
above and all intermediate landings, THIS DAY,
at 12 o'clock M. For frcigbt or iassafte apply
on board or to
junel4-n: . " A. HAMILTON, Agent.
SCUUETZE &. LUDOLFF,
rAKCTACrCTtERS of Iboji Frame, prfBy;
llAGKAVD, SQUAK E and PAEX.OK
UKANDKIA.NO FOKTESf, made Witn
All Ihn lmnrnrpmi.nt3 Cundurivo to
superiority of ture, touch and dnrahil'ty. GOLD
UKDAL5 awarded at th Fairs In New York, 1857,
5 and -65, and in St. Louis, 1859. Dealers, Schools
and Families will save money by calling before pur
chasing. All instruments guaranteed Tor three years.
Warerooros 452 BRuOSIE SI , ( fetr doors West yf
Broadway.) New York. feb21-6ja
Z MILES FROM SUA WS YILLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having rurchasod this WA.
TEKING PLACK io October last, bave thorough
ly repaired and furnUhed it with entirely new lur
liilure of tbe bsH clais , and will open it for the re
ception of Visitors ON THE 15TH DAY' OF JI -"E.
Hiving increased accouimodatiouB, and male lib
eral arrangements for the comfort of their gue.-U,
they flatter themselves tuat but few (if any) Water
iug'piHC.es will allord the same attractions aa tliia.
- H is situated in the ccrtinty of Moutomery, 3'
milee Trom MIA WSV1LLE VKPOl, (Ya. and ien'n.
K. R-) on the banka orthe lioauoke river, and is sur
rouutlud by some uf the most boautil'ul and attrac
tive scenery to be fouud among the Mountains of
Virginia 1'ue Water lias a quired such a reputation
iu the last few years, that it is unnecestary to say
anytuiuic in comuieutlation of it. It is now contiiJ
errd a tytcific for tue wurt lornig of Dyspepsia, and
a remedy ir all Cutaneous Diseases, dwrdereucon
dinous or the Stomach, Bone's and l iver, and lor
prostration of the nervous system. We might ap.
end a number of certiticates I rum PlivFinans aud
o tii era acquaiuled with Us merits, aud to these uigut
be added ' infinitum.
puioeugers will be met at Shawsville by Four-
I Horse omuiuusscs, to cou v y them over uvw road
I to the Surings. 1'ersous leaviuir Baltimore. Wash-
... .. . . ... . '
UkUtii, tuenmonu ami i-etersourg iu llie niuruiug,
arrive ul the springs the uiue uay; thote Irom toe
aoutu win nui lue same ouveyauce ou the arrival
or eacn train.
juuel4-Jlm BOOTH , COLIIO CX i CO.
Valuable Real Estate
F O 1 S ,V Ia li .
I All nowolleriugat private s.ile nsy family resi
lience, adjuiuiL'g the tiwu of Wuverly, in the
county of Humphreys, situitu-d immediately ou tbe
inaiu ttHkjrt roiul from NiSiivilI( to Memphis, aud
wilhiu hail a unia of llm NasUilIe aud .Nurlh-west-ern
Kailruatl, Cun taming about 15 acres of land,
well improved. A ucai and coiulorlable dM-eiliuu.
I house, kitclieu uad oil.er necessary out Uoujos, a
Kw'u Tviim uever-iauiuij; water, S.C., tic.
AUo,my fai n- iu liciiioii cuuMy, imnie.iiatt.ly on
the fitagn rood, aud uitD.n trno luiie ki tlio N. s N.
V'. iUiii'oad,c-uitiuiug about 60 are, loOuf w.iieh
is in cuitivata-u. Xbeie are a so lour gooii Orats
i.ois, well utoaied as lo tlix:k water, with a never
ainu sum y both lor sun.-k aud family use. The
niprovemeuls ci.Uiisi i.l a neat and commodious
DA'elhiig-bouse, with Kiu:lieus aud other ueceaKary
out houses. Tuis place is well knowu t the trav.-l-m
ccaiuiunity as Clark's Taveru ;iaud, live miles
I'rutn the Tuuuessee river, and lour u.iles troui thi.
towu ol Camden, &entuu county, 'fenu.
Teiins liberal. For further particulars apply to
the subscriber neajr Waverly. Uuuiphreys co.,T,qu.
juuil4-tw " U. ttr. lilVKS.
For Tliree Days Only,
JUST received direct from Now York an invoice
of beautil'ul Frock Coats and Vests, which w'U be
sold unusually low at private sale bv
BtVJ. F. SHIF.LDS A CO.,
junel4-lf Central Auction lloorua.
Extra Fine Corn Meal.
AN additional supply just received rer Glen wood.
Also, titty barrels orthe cheapest Food lor Stock
in the market. P-KXJ. F. SHIKLDS & CO.,
Juoel4-tr No. 27 College street.
With Filler and Waler Cooler foiubinetl,
13 the best Self-Vec-tiialiog
Preserver in the
?$!S one which does not
l' IISlSfri.require scalding cut
Ii" - 4lKrI tU'Sf 4 ev,jr few -day
f, SlIVP3! keep Iry and sweet,
jr HARTuKl'Ti l.KS-
require scalding cut
and finish b the
best manner Nine Si
zes of t h is Refr iter
ator, and are prepared to supply the ileuaand from
l UM In ( auACa
Prices for the :iaereut numbers as follows :
No. 1....S1B I No
fo.4....$sa r Xo.7.....5r.
5 ."Mr. I s eo
" .... 40 ! 75
, " 2.... 20
" 3.... 25
BARTI.ETT It LESLEY, Mamfactcjussi,
H'holesalo and Retail Di-alers ia
Refrizerators, Furnaces, Portable Heaters, Reg iste
Ventilators. Cast Iron Cemetery Urns, liriio:i Vasss
Rotatinf.' Ash Sifters, Coiiil. iisiac tVvTS. Old AavZ
Coffee Pots and Hotel CoU'.e Builwt t-ud for a Cir
cular. No. 46 JIKOAUfi AY. Nkw Yqbk.
For Kent or Exchange.
THIS picluresqu ,-aud beautiful place, auimouHt
ed with a residence having twelve br fourteen
rooms, with chnrrna.kitchea ,9or visits' room a. wood
house, carr'ajo iioote, hot Uofie, etc-., etc., is nor
for rent. 1 will h-ase (for a term of years) tbe houses
togrtbes wjih from teu to sixty acres of land: as
however, twelve or fourteen acres would iuclade tho-
irrrcn.aud 150or 200 fruit trees, few persons would.
"'Th ,.h,,.,. ,.. .ilK. ...
porate limits, bt-tweeu tbe Franklin roads ifhI ov.t-
... . . n . . M u . ,vriu.iivt:,J0 W ItUWlU HIV tjtir
. lookini; the eolitx) city anl vicinity. I hmU ot-
change this property lour or live years fur a euita-
uiv (ojunicu iu tut. city.
te, or aiiurcss turouh tle Post -office,
junel3-lmd w. I. JOXE8.
FIllE, IKLAIVI A1VD JLU'E.
Do You Keep Insured ?
NASH & 31 A Hit, !25 Cullese st.
$5,000,000 CAPITAL REPRESEN TED.
Tennessee Coal Compa ny. .
WE are now selling our superior Coal at 1 the fol
lowing rates :
Best lamp Coal at ii f.il per tou or 21c. per liir-UcL
oi.p. round " 4 40 " llv. "
X bl Coal for coi.t-
iccand steam, 3 0 " 1.1c.
Fine Coal for Rla k-
smithing, 3 00: " lie.
- TERKS-CASH OK DELTTEBr.
Tliose desirine tj fill their Coal Houses will liml it
to their advantage to lay in their supiilv at tba-sex-
son. Orders lett at Mr. ;eo. fi rein's, on Cnnui st
or addressed o l'frt office Box 44.1, will receivo
prompt auntion. Yard on Cedar street, adjoining
M hit- T.IIAIIBUtrilf;il i . . I I 1 1 v. u .
; HENBY MCRiwlY,
jttn.12-2 wSw Sal;3 Agent. .
Wi. A. AIaEVXUFaIVH
AN IV II AjL,
SALE OF STOCK.
Oa TuBtsiiay, Iht lllh of Jane next,
I WILL sell at public auction at Woodburn Farm,
i Forty Head of Young '
Bulls and; Heifers.
.., ALSO, SOME
I propose also to offer for Eale the Imported BoS
Sirius Kl Hakim &.Fanticli in U
a-Cataleuescootiinir- list of stock
of nl my be had on application to Mr. P. .Swtgevt,
.jantS-td R A1TCHESOX AIXAXrE6V
DEALER IN SHOES, ts in receipt or r.
Buys' Calf Sewed Wsfords; : i - - J -
f Hoys' Cair Fepeert do; .
i " Patent Leather Dress Slioes:
' " " Congress Caitor?; . , -
Calf Conxrest flatter ; ' s -' - -r $ l 'i
'. Ijisling ConKres Gaiters f "' ;" 1 '
j Calf Pump Sole Oaiters;.
" Calf Tie Shoes, &c, tisr . :i - . i
" Toilet Slipiiers;
ALSO. Youth' itoots, f-boe and C.aiters r.revrr v
description ,and at tow i-.rirrs.
1 ' , , . JOHN RAMAE
maySo-tf - - 41 College street.
TIip; Rarlliolf SeirillW Ufarhili
JWIH0II . DCWing UiaCIllMC
IS sold on six mourhs" time, fully warranted.
No. 23, Cohere Mreet. opposite tfewaaec House
I1YGE1A . HOTEL, v
Old 'Point Comfort, .Virginia.
' 1 'ins favorite bummer resort, celebrated for lt
X. fine sea bathinr, rerreshirr ea breezes m
abundmee of flue fish, oysters and craar?, wilt be
"r iih reception Di puests on tne nrstof Jane
with the recent improvements, thorough renovation
fi1 Pa,nlule estahhshmeBt will present additional
ana attentive assistant, we hope to merit a full
ur wi vue puono patronage. -
G. C. W1IXAK&.
For Rent or L.eae.
I WILL root or lease my place near the Me rfrees
boro'Plke two miles from the citv tomt b. nnwni
year, or with the privilege of live yterat There ia
a convenient Brick Dwelling With Kiaiheu and zood
Stables, and a aalendid eiL or n-u.n. 7!.-
There are twelve acre of au pernor land tollable fso-
First appearasce in this city of the
Juvenile Tennessee Serenaders,
; i. Cndcr the management of the
FAK11V OIJ A AT A.
Their first Entertainment, consistinj
Songs, Dances, Burlesques, &e.,
M Will be given at the ----- - - -
Friday Night, Juue the loth,
Ajd continue for one week only.
Feictcs o Admismos. Dress Circle and Ptrqaette
50 ceou; Gallery 85 cent. juuetS-tf
TillBO 3IEETIXG OF XASflYILLE
Friday, June 15th, I860.
THE Tlurd Meeting of the Nashville Trotting As
sociation willconimence Friday, June 15th,lS,t,
at o o'clock Y. U., with the Wasltiuitton Slako lor 5
year olds mi:o heats, best 3 iu b 50 entrance;
half f orreit.
WAttlXGTOX hTjkUK rOK THKSB VKAU OLDS.
1. W. H. Key, or Alabama, names b.c. Billy McDon
ald by Columbus dam by Feacock.
2. Dr.K.C. Foster names br. f., Roberta by Wash
ington dam Vermont Black Hawk.
S. Dr. K. C. Foster also namef ch. r. by Was'aingtoa
dam by Yermout Black Hjk.
4. F.N. McXairy nain3 Forter,K. by Washhigtou
5. F. N. McN'airy also namesSolferino by Loiiis ICn
jxAfon dam Black llawk Morgan.
The Association oiler a purse for ail TrnlU-rs.
1. John ;.iiltcrsou names b-X- Ceorgc M. l'atcbcn.
2. B. J'Ukins uanies b. g. Flli-iu Allcu.
;(. Cipt. Huumer names a- K. Hiram Dun.
B. F. CHEATHAM,
UistresA Goods at Auction.
rrci rriiousam Dollars'
Misses ami Cltiltlveii!
AND DRY GOODS.
Four TLousaiiil Pullarsi Worth of Super finr
We will sell at Auetiun,
June 19, 1SGO, witltout reserve,
OX nwouM of pirlies in distreis.Ten 1l!ouand
Dollars worth of ti.oes, Boots and lirogaus, Pry
CockIs und uiTior Ready-ntado Clothing, 'liu-so
Uoods are all very superior, boufht expres-sly lor the
Southern Trade, and are now aud in goinl order, aud
tliey must and will be sold. This is the tune for ruou
ied men and tlio.se that can miikeffood and prompt
notes, and thiise that can't comply with the trr.-us
ol th is sale to the dot will please keep outside the
Terms. All snmsnnder $100 cash, over $100 four
months. Time will be piven for a satisfactory n.ie
payable in ban k. TRABUE S U'Ct
rwnis establishment will be open tvir t be reception.
X of visitors on Tuesday the tilth inst.
Board 51 60 per day, per we-'k.
WM.T. VEATMAX, Uu..c
juuell-2m E. J. KREII'liR, ' url -
For. Plain Stocliin? and Fancy Rnittin?,
Mafhines for Knitting, Drawers, Shirts, &c,
OF ALL SIZES.
Bib Machines of 1 & 1, 2 & 1, 2 & 2 and 3 & 2 Rib ,
OX IliXD AID ILinK TO OKVEtt.
THESE Machines use the plain English Spring
Needle, on a now principle, and are tire cheap
est ana movt rapid machines lor Knitting in use.
The Uolft-e Patent Family Kuittiug Machines for
J'amili antt I'lan'.olion lire, is a new and fucccsH'ul
feature ill the uselul inventions of the age, aud ranks
wila the Sewing Machine.
atJL'VJY AM SJILES aO0,
- NO. 577 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
juntll-sm HENRY C. LEE, A.scut,
ALL spnlications for the Rttsr of the -GAIETT
TI1K4.TUE" to be addressed to
CHAS. K. CRISP,
-flar2i-tf Bo 497. Nashville, TennJ
BAD LUCK IX GOOD LUCK
IS aeain at the o'd stand, 45 Cuion Ftreet, wilb a
fine a&tiitrtiuent of every thin in the Music. Toy
aud Faui-y Line, where he will be pleased to trail up
on uil who w.U favor liuu with their patrunngc.
larper Jfew lUontlily iriasazlne for
June, commencement T a new volume.jut re
ceived by . . JOHN YORK & CO.,
may'22-tf. - '38 Union ftreet.
Frank. Leslie's Gazette of Fash
ion for June. - j
Just received by - . ' JOHN" YORK & CO.,
. my29-tf .i SS Cniou street. - j
r HAVE for sale some fir class JENXY LIXU TA- V.
BLEj.with patent Pliciau Combiuatinu, CuaiiioflS- i
Marble Beds, B;Is, Cues, aud alt the Uxtures. I'
Any one uesirous of pujrchasius aue or inoro Ta-
bles will do well to cbll and see lhcm,as they will (j
be sold at a very great sscrjtico. j II
' preai sicrjucu. -,
1 at my-Honk-Bindery, No. 19 Dead- j
JOHN C. FEHR, Agtut. J
1 can be round
Ladies' Fine Snoc? aud (iaitcrs.
JOHN RA MAGEr 42 . College istreet, .
: - In in Recelnt. of I
T APIES French Lastingtons.ref send Lace Gaiters',
"Francis Tho First" Gaiters,
" " Kid and r rench Ijo.l toil Heel Sla-iperi.
.'.r.v tilove tiaht C.ni;re" tiailer. wna andt I
. " French and Enclisli G love Kid STijipers,
" . Curoso Kid Pump Sol I Boots, c,
With a great variety of styles for Mjvi aad Chil
dren. A beautiful assortment of Infant Fliors.
mayl2 . fOHN RAM AGE.
Summer. Su miner.
'THE weather being hot, it U no w time to change H
i nder wear. -Just received a large assortment
Ot Fndershirts and Drawers. - - '
- liauzi? Hilk Shins and D rawer ;'
. "- Silk Thread Shirts I uid Drawers;
' - ' ' Merino
" XeU Cotton
' Shaker FUnnei ' -i t
'Jaconet Sh;rL?. Drill and ianeu i drawers at various
prices. Call at No. -Si Cherry htrt et. one door trout.
Cnlon. (mayM0 ... ; .- J. 11. MclilLLj
Tyvcc Spr ings
WILL be open by tbe 10th c f June for (he seas
on. . Terras per month. $ 45 00.
12 00. "
2 00. V
Horses- a - ' tu '
Stare will connect wittt the ' Vpringflld train of
cars at OoodleUsvUle. ,- - . - - - - ; ' " ; .;;
mayiO-ia i t.! T. . E. S. RrasWUR -
Important to Hoc ise-keepers
,-12. R. DURKE. E & CO.'S ,
C turas teed not enly J
AJ KVlAf AC . A.. . O.. r I 'I . A. . l AV. , r
batgro und riont fresh Spices, selected and cleaned j
k. . v.tM.lir flip - Iii. 1Ui,p tmm. riiimit paLmiui. I
. , p.LI V AVI. WIT Wi-t - V I. F T. .
to coat- Tbey are beautifc II y packed lu tin-foil,
(lined witu paper, to prev mi injury oy keeping
um ui . iur. wevui, vmn in oraiaarr spices are
almos. Invariably short. W warrant tb;w ia point
oCatrangth and richtieu taf f lavor, ,
BtYONII AU. O JilPAlUSON,
t aingle trial will abonc ai tly prove.
Idatvuiacturea oniy oy
E. R. DURKEE k CO. .
i : ' : i
zz. New Publications.!
THE WORKS OP ;
Sir Buliter Lytton, Bart D. L.
MKSSES. J. B. LirPIVCOTT k CO. teg to an-
nounee the Publication of a uniform Ijdrakv Frmox
of the Works cf S:r Edward Bit-Wks l.rnM. to be
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AIRS. SOUTH V O R T Ii,
Author of Lady of the Isle, Ist Heiress, etc., etc.
buund $1 15, paper $1 00, for sale by
JuilN YORK, fc CO.,
inar"l-tf No. S3 I'cion Street.
A. W. JOON'SOS , JR. JKO. O. TKKASOS.
Johnson & Treanor,
No. 6 ITnion Street,
Sljt-rif s $alt&.
virtue of an atUchment to me directci!.
and delivered from the Honorable Circuit Com t
f Davidson county. Tennessee, at its lay term,
lsUO, I will cxiHkJO to public sale, to tlio InirLf-t
bidder, for cash, at the CpHr Wharf, u the
City of Nashville, ou Tl'ESDAY,e lSUi DAYf
JUNE, lHt'Hi, ail the rielit, title, claim, interest aud
equate, which Wm. M .ynar.i then bad, or may liav.
Buire acquired in aud to the following de-nhed
projieriy, viz: about 5,000 leot ef Joist, 1 jbt0 feel
of Scantlinjr, S3 bales or 2tjO0 Shiui;U, about 454
feet of H inch plank, all yellow Poplar timber, lev
ied on a toe properly ot Win. Maynard, to vaiu-rr a
judgment reudered iu favor of M. Luskv air.iiist Wni.
Maynard. . J. M. HAWKINS,
juucS-td S.ecial I-puty tberift.
BY virtue of a venditioni exponas, to me directed,
and delivered from the Honor. ulu Circuit 'ourt
of luvidson county, IVii., at its May Term, ISoU, I
will expose to public Kale, t the highest bidder,
for ca?h, at the Court liuu Yard, iu the City
Nashville, on Soturdny, the 30th day of June,
lbCO.all the riht, lillo, chum, iuteresl and cskite,
wbiuh C. M. Smith th. n had, or tuity have kiik-.o
acquire.1 in an J to the following described pn!riy,
to-wit:Otie Negro Iloy,iSam, aged eh-ven years,
black aud likely; slid also a lot of Lumber (yellow
pine) for flooriug:aUo.a small lot of hue pine pxn
ni'l plank, and also, about Jl) fet of 12 ana 14 feet
Scautllns, b.'iug levied ou as the property of It M.
Smith 1. 1 i-ilisly a judgment reudered io favor of
JohnThomson. J. M. HAWKINS.
juue7-tds Special IVputy Sheriff.
Nashville Building Association
SALE OP LOT.
BY virtue tf a ro"rtT3K? deed, executed lo t'lo
NashviU. IluilduiB A-s-cialtou, by !. C. Marl.u,
aud of record iu the oilioeof the Ik-gislerofDavidsuu 9
county, Teuu., in book No. 'JO, page 54, 1 slmll pro
ceed to sell for cash, ON TUE 19 1'JI DAYOFJCNE,
1SC0, tba property dvscribed in said deed, vix : be
ing part of Ii No. 150, ia the city of Nashville, front
ing on Spruce street aud running back half tho depth,
ol said lot, and hounded as follows: beginning at the
North-east corner of Treppard 'a part of said lot ou
said street, being 41 feet irom the comer of said lot
No. 15, running tlieuee aloug Spruce street Offt,
and ruunins bark Vt) feet, bein the same lot convey,
ed to S. C. Marliu by Kenry Olds and EluubeUi Ol.ls,
by deed registered in Davidson county, ia book Vj.
17, page OSa. The title to the above described prop
erty is brlk-ved to be gooil, witu rifcht of rilemption
waived, but I will only convey such title as is vested
in me by the deed to he Nashville Uuiiding Associa
tion. Sale tt the Court-boose door aud within the
usual hours. CHARLES A. FLIJJCK,
Nah ville, June 6, ISCO-td Treasurer.
HALE OF LOT.
BY virtuecT a mortgage deed, executed by Jauica
Sloan to tne Nashville Building Association,
which deed is of record iu the office of the KeeisUT
of Davidson couuty, Tenn., in book No. 2U. page 107,
I sbsll proceed to sell for cash, ON THE lifTU DAY
OF JUNE, 1800, the projierty described in said deed,
and bounded as follow: lying in the county of la
vidson, Tennessee; near the West boundary of the
city ot Nashville, and beginuitig at the North-west
corner of Kev. J. 11. Ferguson's lot on Ute South side
of Pay no street, running thence westwardly along
l'ayne street 118 feet to the rrutro of au alley, the
first eastward ly ol said Sloan's residence, turuce at
right angles southwardly lol'i feet to the bark line
of the lot, thence eaitwardly with the bark line of
said lot I IX feet to said Ferguson's lot, thence north
wardly with the line of Ferguson's lot 101 feet to
the beginuiug,on which are situated throe double
frame buildings, iK-mg jHtrtof lot conveyed to James
Sloan by orviila Ewiug, by deed registered iu the f
fi. e of the KfgitTof lpavidson county, ta book No.
IS. page 10s.
The nth' to the above described property ia be
lieved to bo good, with riuht of redemption waived,
but I will convey such title as is ve.ned in tne by the
deed to Uie Na.bviUe Building Association. ale at
the Court bourse door and wittun tbe usual hours.
HlAKl A. FI LLER,
NaPhviile, June C, lsro-t.l Treasurer .
Nashville Buiidin? Association
SALE. OF LOTS.
T)Y virtue of a mortgage deed made to the Nasb.
) rilie IS.iiMmg AssiK-.:ut!vMi , by Aruhetaus Law
rence, which deed is of rt-cord hi the fti ; of the
fU'gioU'r r.l Iavidu count v, lejiin-s-e,iu luiok No.
20, page Ml, I shall, ON llli IU I'll DAY OF JUNE,
I860, proceed ut sell for cash, lae prorty debcribed
io 8-i iI deed, which is bounded as follows: uxt of lot
NO. 155, in tne city or Aasuville, beginning atapotut
on the We.-.t side ot Spruce street, 57 feet aouthward -
ly from Gy street, running tlieuee southwardly 32
leet to the norih-west coru. r of a lot com eyed to A.
tt E. Iiwrcuce by Joba txmpocll, luecceal right an
gles p.ralli I w ith Uay street !W feet 3 iuci-, lo a
fruke, tncuce i ruut augi-sani parallel wnnspruce
sti eet 'M lo t to a puiut 57 :e. t from tiy ex., tiience
at rigut angles ann parallel with the second ime iu
leet to tho bexmniug. Aujo, ooa other l"t adjoining
the above, running bsck ao-wit 00 feet, beuig tho
same lot aud premivs conveyed to X. Lawr. nccaud
V E. 11. Martiu by John Campbell, by deed register
ed in kegUt r's ollke of Davidson county, iu book No.
-0. iag s bb and b7, btuig t be same cou vej'cu by tw
lawreu.-e and C. F- H. Martin to said A. Lawrence,
by deed registered iu same othce in book No. '26, pa
ges lol and lCU. -
Tbe i.ue to tne above described property is ue-
1 eveJ to be good, with right of redemption waived,
but I wiil ouiy convey each title as is vested tn tod
by the deed relerred to as above, bale, at the Court
house door within the usn-J hours.
CHARLES X. FC1XK,
Nashville, June ,1800-td Treasurer.
LAND FOR SALE.
I AM new offering for sale, privately, a portion of
my land upon which I now live,aboat five miles
from the c ty , immediately fronting Hyde's Ker
ry Pike. Tua amount proposed ut be sold is
One numlrcd and Twenty-five icrcs,
Which is aa floe aad t rvduciive soli as there ia in tbe
county or Stale. Tao re is a beautiful bunding site.
WDK-U commands the view or the entire Briabbor
bood nad is welt su ia Elue'.rass, wtlh a beanutel
growth or On forest trees, tfetwecn Ufty and a.xir
acres ia fine clover land tn prowl h; the balaae writ
timbered, for all nsefnt purposes. There is also a
never failing apriug upon the tract, which ailords
a sufficiency of walur for all purposes.
Those wfcibiiur te purchase a mdeudid tract of land
In a tins neighborhood, and with all other advanta
ges , would do weli to call and aee for thecselves, as
1 am desirous of selling.
For terms, Ax., apply to C LA? COCK k KEWSOM,
or to tbe undersigned on the pretaisev. '
ravl5-triwlta K. B. HIDE.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Broadway, IV ew York.
TTTHEN completed six years ago the St. NichoU
cent, eon venient aud thoroughly organized e-t3ib-lishmeutef
the kind on this comment. What it was
then it remains te-day without a rival In aise, in
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utation ef tbe hone at home and abroad , derived
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hotae-IVte comforts aad luxuries, lus been enhanced
every year by ihesnweatied exertion of th propri.
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