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BY A. S. CAJIP & CO.
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IRA P. JONES, f'
JOHN E. BATCHER, Aszaclale Editor.
flQta No. 1C Deaderltli Street.
rOR THE STATE AT LARGE. .
BAIL IK PEYTON, of Sumner,
N. C. TAYLOR, of Carter.
Central Executive Committee.
Ed a ix IL Ewxxo, Null S. Eeotx, Allen
" A. Hall, P. W. Maxey. Jonx Lellyltt,
Jtas H. Callendlb, Horace II. IIakuI-
TTJESDAY JIOKNING, JULY 3. 1EG0
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A. S. CAMP CO.
A Clieerinz &fsn.
The indications of the success of the Con
stitutional Union ticket the only national
ticket before the people are increasing and
growing more encouraging. Every day
eo nettling occurs evincing the desire of the
. pyopleto strike off the innnaclcs of party
and to act alone for the good cf the country
It is this desire which is causing democrats
and republicans, north, and democrat., Eouih,
to disregard the calls of party leaders and to
cooperate with the conservatives in the sup
port of Bell and Everett. Now, that the
democratic party is severed, and no longer
has the remotest chance of sacce, we have
implicit confidence that the conservative
portion of the democracy every where will
gradually, but sun.lv, rally under the only
standard which can promise to break up re
publicanism and save the conntry. As a
significant indication that our confidence is
not unwarranted, and that the "popular
tide," as onr contemporary of the Richmond
Whig eay3, "is setting in, in favor of EKU.and
Everett," we point to tbe cheering fact that
the Philadelphia Monitor, an old and able
Democratic paper, has come out for the Con
stitutional Union candidates, and will battle
nobly tor their eleetien. YTe 5ul.jr.ia the fol
lowing extracts from its last issue, and com- '
mend their patriotic tone to the moderate and
conservative Democrats of Tennessee and of
the South and of the whole Union. Hear ihe
Whilst there is still a Union of States, it
is incumbent on every loyal and patriotic
citizen to adhere to a National Party. There
i now only one such party remaining. Tbe
Demccartic party in ruptured into sectional
mofcttcs. "We step from a sunderi-d organi
zation to the p la: form cf Tde Uxm.v the
Coxsrrrrnox and the Enforcement or tiie
Law." When this tails u when this, too,
shall be riven in twain and there jhali Le
no other alternative we must, per force,
make choice bet ween the wctious.
We are life-Lsvj DemoeraTi. Xtverthleets ire
art KiUina to ti.lut under t.e banner of Bell and
Everett, tcho have been Whigs and Americans.
We enlitl not a Wh y or Americans, bat as Con
stitutional U'on soldiers. Tbe banner is em
blazoned with the motto of tbe Co.Narrrcnox
and the Uxiox, and it floats upon the breeze
in every State. We follow that banner. Its
bearers are f talesmen; renowned throughout
the world renowned for their virtues, for
their commanding intellectual endowments,
for their long experieucs in public affairs, and
lor their public service as Governors,, as
Senators, as Cabinet Ministers and Diploma
tist. The Northern adherents of the Sectional
Southern Democratic Candidate lor the Pres
idency will vote Tor IitLL and Evekktt. in
preference to the Northern Sectional Demo
cratic Candidate, and in tbe South the adhe-r-uu
of the latter- will do the rame thing.
Tbe party Is torn to pieces by the dissension
of its ambitious leaders, who have usurped
the powers belonging of right to the people.
But now tbe PeoPix will be roused, and they
will rrscucj their priceless heritage from tbe
peril Into which it bis fallen from a mis
placed confidence in the capacity and fidelity
of tbe cutodians to whom it has been en
trusted. Bell and Evkrett trill sweep the
Sjuih from one end to the other- atd if the hith
erto conservative people t.f the North are not
false to tbe obligations of duty and patriot
ism, and not blind to every consideration of
interest both national and individual they
will carry .New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New
York, and at least half the New England
Stales! -Awaki! aris-! or be forever fallen!'
Sound the trumpet b?at the drnm l ing the
bell and rally tbe masses, Noith and Siutb,
East and West, to lh? rescue of the Union, in
the sacred names of Washington and tbe Con
stitution! The contest ia now between Bell and Lin
coln. ' The Constitutional Union party is tbe
only National party left in tlie field, to com
bai the Abolition party. Tbe other factions
are merely engaged iaaKi'kerny cat-fight
among themselves, and nothing but the small
ends of their tails will be left at the end of
"This is the high and noble spirit. Fays the
Whiff, which should actuate every patriotic
D.inocrat, North and South, in tbe present
momentous contest. Will not the Democrats
of Virginia and Tennessee do as many of their
brethren at the North are doiug, and rally
around the standard of Bell and Everett?
Tbe Democratic party is dissolved and dead,
and there ia bo earthly chance for tbe elec
tion of either B&ecsixbidg or Docglas ; and
every tote gieen to either of these gentlemen trill le
equivalent ta m vol for Lincoln Will our Dem
ocratic friends aid in the election of the Re
publican candidate, by refusing to vote for
Bell and Eteeett? Wc do not believe they
will we are cure they will not. Huzza,
then, for Bell and Everett."
What claim has the B&eckinkidok ticket
to nationality. It waa not nominated by a
tiatiomal convention? Tbe Seceders' Conven
tion bad no aathorized and regularly eonsti
tated delegates, except from a few Southern
States. The gen Je men who represented
Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina,-
Missouri, Massachusetts, Ac, bolter
from the national convention, bad no author
ity to represent their States in the Secedere'
Convention. Their action could commit no
one "bat themselves; and "is entitled to no
more weight tbaa tbe action of tbe tame num
ber o gentlemen from the tame States, meet
ing at an j time and any where, and making
a nomination. .
The Washington Constitution says "Co-
yodb and his confederates'' have "industri
ously labored to degrade tbe Presidential
ofibe." But the exact trnlb is, tbe President
himself has degraded the of&ceT whila Co-
tobs baa simply labored to show how it was
Zone, ' -: -'
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Democratic Profession and Praetieo.
An admirable illustration of tbe incousi
tenciea between -'the prolwious aud prac
tices of democratic politicians is found in the
following from tbe proceedings at Balti
more. V ' ) ,;. ' -t
- Ia tbe course of the uproarious proceed
ings of Friday night of the Convention, Mr.
Gacldex, of Georgia, felt called upon to
speak as follows:
I am an advocate for maintaining the
national democratic party; I belong to the
extreme South; I am a pro-slavery man in
every sense of tbe word, aye, an African
slave trade man.'
Yei Mr. Gaclden refused to go out with
his secession friends, but remained in the
Convention, wlich Mr. Ewrxo characterized,
in his speech on Saturday, as a "Douglas
mob," and aided in the nominations which
On the other hand Mr. Bctler of Massa
chusetts retired from the "-Douglas mob" aud
in a speech placed his withdrawal,
"Upon tbe ground that I will not sit ia a
Convention where tbe African slave trade
which is piracy by the laws of my country
is approvingly advocated."
Yet Mr. Ectleb went oat with the seced
ere, joined heartily in the movement set on
f xt by the fire-caters of Alabama, and aided
in getting up a parly and an organization,
which numbers witLin its ranks about all
tbe men in the country who advocate tbe
elave trade! And
Such ia 'he democracy which is now pre
sented to tbe honest people of the land, with
its double bead, with its discordant princi
ples and its desperately wicked practices,
fur their confidence and suppOtt!
Douglas ix PETERrECRG. Under this
bead, the Richmond Whig of Saturday says
Tbe friends of Douglas in Peters-burg bave
opened the campaign in good earnest. Near
ly all tbe old aud able leaders of tbe De
mocracy of that city bave broken ground in
favor of Douglas and Johnson, while tl.e
Bivckinridge and Lane Men are K-d by
young recruits from tbo Whig party, and
obviously constitute a minority of the party
in IVtemnirg. Among the Douglas leaders
are Tim Rives, F. E. Hire, Tbo.'. Wallace,
A. M. Keiley, Henry L. II dpkius, Thomas
Branch, Col. Butt and others.
llerc followed tbe proceedings of a meet
ing, which we omit. Tbe rrrVald:
It will thus be seen that the friends of
Douglas in Virginia are organizing tot the
campaign v.ith great t-pnit and ;:eal. They
are a resolute and determined set of men.
aud are not to be driven into Secession ar.d
Disunion unck'r the leadership of Breckin
ridge and Line. He suspect, liiuetd, that
tbe friends ol Douglas will greatly outnum
ber the triends ot Breckinridge in the Old
Dominion. But there Wing na possible hope
for the t-l.-etion of either, let conservative
stnd patriotic Democrats cnie out boldly for
D 11 and Everett!
Another Had fc'jrs for Iireckiuridse.
The Lexington Yclhy Star, tie home or
gan cf Gov. Letcher, ha hoi&ted tbe Doug
las and Joaxsox flag! Iu its issue of yes
terday, it says:
'Judge Douelas having received the nom
ination of the Xational Democracy conveued
at Baltimore for tbe lofty position of Presi
dent ol tbe United States, we do not heitate
to hoist bi- name at oar masthead, pledging
bim a cordial and hearty support, and shall,
in our weak nnd bM'lile way. d all that we
can, bquorab! y, to elevate him to the position
for which be U a cauujdate.
'Uf Lane and Breckinridge, tb? nominees
o a liunditil or ultra oouttierners. we win
simply say, that bad either oue or both been
nominated at Ualtimore, oy llie reguUir and
yaliono! Democracy, the nomination would
bave met our cordial approbation, and the
ticket received our enthusiastic support."
Thus we ro! Some of tbe Democratic or
gans in Virginia are for Douglas and others
for Breekiniidfre. In addition to the Star,
we predict that the Staunton Vindicilor, tbe
Uockinzbam JJtmocrat. the r mcastle JJemo-
craf, an-J other Virginia Democratic papers
will lake side Douglas and against Breckin
ridge. A goo J many of them are fc till on
the f'-nc-, lut will fall on oue side or the
other very soon. TLu- progres:-ib'.e conflict"
in tbe ranks of the universal Democracy!
Poor Brkint idge! Poor Dongia.-? And a
myriad cheers for Bell! I'tchmoiiJ Whig.
Ftnociors Female Figuieic. Tbe Iron
Valley (Ohio) Express contains the follow
Notice is hereby given to all gentlemen
(and thus who are not) cot to insult me, by
word, look or uctlous, on the streets or else
where. If rbey do, I will kill them, as I al
wavs go armed.
MRS. A. C. TILTON.
"t tterly and Irretrievably Demoral
ized aud Lost.'
Such was tbe language of lion. Axdbew
Ewixg to the Baltimore Convention cn tbe
18ih ult. Whilst exhorting tbe warring, jar
ring factious of his party to unity and har
mony he said:
I tell yon that if this Convention does
not nominate belore long within a few days
I believe we shall become utterly and ir
retrievably demoralized and lost."
Notwithstanding this truthful and impres
sive warning, the factions continued their
war, the Convention went to pieces, two nom
inations were made instead of one. and the
party has -become utterly and irretrievably
demoralized and lost." That is the true
condition cf the party to-day. There is left
but one uuited natioual political organization
to the country but oue which can beat
down sectionalism and restore the govern
ment to its ancient peace and concord, and
that is tbe Constitutional Union party.
Ilou. II. V. Jouxsox, tbe nominee on the
regular democratic ticket for tbe Vice Presi
dency, made a speech at Atlanta, on the
eveuing of tbe 28di ult. The Southern Con
ederacy, which seized tae occasion to hoist
the Douglas and Johnsox flag, says there
was "an immonse crowd' present, nnd the
'speech was received with the greatest en
thusiasm." The Confederacy hopefully adds
We are confiJent that the National Democ
racy throughout the country will rally to
the standaid of Douglas aud John.-ou, and
that victory is already certain. The eppo
nenti of Judge Douglas are attempting to
play the old Whig game ol brag and bluff,
ty manifesting a most tyrannical and intol
erant spirit, f'uch a disposition is always a
sure index of c. weak cause, and the involun
tary outpourings of that conceitedness,
which is invariably the ioreruoner of defeat.
Let the democracy stand firm, and again
aectionaliMn will be crushed, and the rebels
of disaffection and disappointment put to
flight. Ouce more to tbe breach, National
Democrats, aud all i-i well 1
Position of Ilou. James Guthrie.
Tbe Cincinnati Comnitrcijl of Saturday
We learn that this gentleman refuses to in
dorse or tuppcrt cither at the Baltimore
nominations. He pronounces both of them
Eeciiosal, and unworthy the support of a
sound national Democrat. It will be re
membered that be was tbe first choice of the
Kentucky Delegation to the Democratic Con
vention lor tbe Presidency, - and received
more votes than any other ot tbe competit
ors of Douglas at Charleston.
"Old Bcce" will be compelled, we fear, to
administer the "cat o' nine tails" to the hon
orable gentleman, if he don't give in.
Rw Orleans lt Jtlark'aud Bright
Sides Pretty Women, Are."
CvrnapcnueuLe of die Patriot.
New Oeleaxs, Juue29, 18G0.
Fkiexd Pateiot : "fiie other day happen
ing to come across a stray copy of the Pat
riot, and for old acquaintance uke, and also
actuated by a healthy curiosity, I read and
re-read very lino contained in its columns,
from Bell and Everett down to tbe herald
ed virtues of the Cherokee remedy, as repre
sented by a native American boiling "roots,
shrubs, and herba (anglice yarbs'.") on the
last corner of the fourth page; and also 'ar
rogating to myself the supposition that I
could Jo you no dirt", by dropping joa a
line from this, tbe metropolis of the earth,
your friend &4 fellow-sufferer, tbe cussed
moequitocs permitting", sits himself down to
the task. Somebody he is called a philoso
pher by the literary and scientific world haa.
tritely observed that epistolary correspon
dence is the most difficult of our word ma
chinery. It may be trne, bat whether it be
or not, I shall jog along in my own loese
and rambling manner until I come to "yours
truly, &c.,"f leaving you , and the numerous
readers of the Pateiot to decide whether I
should stop wvJi this my initium or write an
Since my arrival in the city, the good peo
ple have been dividing their thoughts and
prophecies pretty equally between 'politics
and tbe prospects for raia But as the Con
ventions at Baltimore have, in some degree,
quieted them on the score of a nomination
ou the first count, so have the copious showers
of yesteay and to-day sprinkled the dust
of their surmises on the second. The recep
tion of the nominations made by the Con
ventions at Baltimore has been as hearty as
noise nnd newspaper bluster could well make
it. The friends of Douglas burned one hun
dred rounds of six pound cartridges, and in
vested quite a considerable sum in brass mu
sic all for the edification of the little white
'mud larks" of the street, and fractured-
breeched negroes. Tbe nomination of Breck
inridge and Lane was received by their wing
of the party with that silent satisfaction
which, no doubt, will be made more manifest
at the polls than in useless public demon
stration. Iu this connection I may mention
that a convention is to assemble in July at
Baton Rouge, to select electors on the Bell
and Everett ticket, and though the same en
thusiasm is not manifested here which it ob
tains iu your State, still, tbe ticket will re
call many old time whigs again back to their
fi-st love. From personal observation and
acquaintance, I am convinced that S. A. D.
will be S. A. D., so far as the electoral vole
of the Pelican State is concerned, when the
election comes off in November next.
The municipal election which has recent
ly taken place here has resulted iu the suc
cess of no particular party. The so-called
"Citizens Ticket," was successful in electing
Mr. Mixroe, their candidate for Mayor, to
gether with several Aldermen, while the
regular American ticket returned several
members to the Council. The Democrats had
no regular nominees in the field but voted
with the 4,Citizens'-" from the fact of having
several well known members of the party on
the same card. This Citizens'' party pro
fesses to be one of rigid reform, but as to its
course it is hardly possible to surmise as the
newly elected have only been installed in
office but a short time. That we need refor
mation in its most rigid acceptation is be
yond all cavil. Since 1851, New Orleans
has been a murder-ridden, rowdy-infested,
pest-hole of horrible iniquities, and if the
newly elected Mayor fail in giving the order-loving
portion of the community what is
due them it will be merely "swapping the
devil for a hog" as certainly our city af
fairs cannot be reduced to a more sinful
chaos than they have been for years past.
One of the most gratifying features of pros
pective reformation has been manifested in
one of our district courts, Judge Hunt pre
siding. During it? silling up to the present
date, five well known ruffians have been
sentenoed to the gallows, one of whom has
suffered already the ignominious fate of a
murderer, while another has cheated the
.TI.lxnt nut it r. n Via n a wm Atnlrl tliA in.
rible tortures occasioned by strychnine,
either taken by himself, or administered by
parties fearing his dying declarations. I
am informed that there yet remained on the
docket over twenty cases subject to capital
punishment, and from tbe firm stand which
Judge Ilunt has taken I am confident that
tliey will be dealt with according to their
just deserts. In looking over the Chief of
Police's report for the quarter ending in
June, I find tbat 54,720 arrests were mad,
the bulk of which was for murder, assaults,
larcenies, drunkenness and vagrancies. Is
not this a parody upon our vaunted civiliza
tion a stain upon our moral escutcheon
a bitter and scathing reflection upon the
efficiency of onr law3 and the competency of
tbe people to govern themselves in a moral
and upright manner? Indeed elegance and
poverty, genius and vice, affluence and star
vation, stalk through the streets of this
beautiful city of the sunny South side by
side. Wc have churches in abundance with
eloquent and, we hope, pious ministers to
teach the golden rule from their pulrits. We
bave our streets filled with church-goers on
the Sabbath, but paradoxical as it may ap
pear the police record for the following Mon
day exceeds tbat of any other day ot the
week. Does not this speak but feebly in
praise of the practical working of Christiani
ty? But, with all her crimes, her midnight
murders and her open and concealed vice,
the "Crescent City" is a most charming,
agreeable and pleasant place to sojourn in,
and for fear that you may not believe me, I
shall shut down upon the dark side and take
yon out on a promenade with me.
New Orleans, with its fine hotels, its mag
nificent opera-houses, its wide and smoothly
paved streets, its green parks, and beautiful
diivds, has been tbe theme of many pens,
and barrels of ink bave been wasted by such
scribblers as mystlf in rehashing tbe im
pressions of those who have belore visited
this place. But as I consider myself some
what ot an old resident in the South, and a
greater part of that time here, of course my
impressions of the substantial and beautiful
improvements are not so vivid as they would
be to a newly arrived person. But take any
portion of the lately improved part at ran
dom, Canal street, for instance, and I am
sure that I make no exaggeration whea I
aver that when finished as contemplated it
will be the Snest promenade in this country,
and vie with those of the Continent. This
street, running at a right angle from the
river, cats the most thickly populated and
wealthiest portion ot the city in twain, and
reaches from the levee in the direction of the
Lake a distance of three miles, where it
emerges into that world renowned drive, the
Shell Road, where young New Orleans ven
tilates himself at a 2.40 rate every evening
in no paucity of numbers. In fact, Canal
street is not a street, bat two carriage ways,
with a park separating them. It is generally
known as the neutral ground, and at the
corner of St Charles. situated in this gronnd,
is Hart's celebrated statue of the great
" Commoner," Henry Clay ; and at regular
intervals along tbe whole length of this
beautiful thoroughfare circles have, been laid
out to accommodate the statues of Jefferson,
Washington, and some two or more of the
early settlers of the State and benefactors of
the cily. Although yet in an unfinished
state, and but a faint semblance of what it
will be, still Canal Street is the promenade
par excellence of the city. It is along its wide
banquettes that crinoline and dimity reign
supreme from 9 to 10 A. JL, and from 5 to 7
P. M. How extensive is the luscious variety.
From tbe over -dressed up-country, belle
down (?) through the regular gradations of
feminosity to tbe blushing, lithe, arrogant
and neatly gaitered Creole damsel, in the
depths of whose dark eyes we read the old
tale of the beaatics of La Petite . Trainon,
we have for four boors a day a ceaseless
current of weaker vessels , I'll swear, my
dear Patriot, it is u ge-loriona" to be in Canal,
especially; after a slight ' sprinkle of rain.
The ch'armiog medley of pouting lips, sway
ing crinoline, and glancing ancles, with their
white hose all combined, would charm tbe
most obdurate celibate iuto lovo for the
" dear creatures." I really think that the
New Orleans-giria like to beTooked at; espe
cially those who trundle their hoops in Sue
Gmal. You should send your military editor
down, for I am sure if he would indulge in
one boar's eye talk with, the maidens aforesaid,
he would " simmer down" and stop bother
ing his "occiput about Garibaldi and the Sici
The latest news on lapis which seems to cre
ate' more than passing interest, is the contin
uous emigration - to the Bay Island: ''' You
must have learned ere this that Gen, Walker
has left for Ruatan, and I am credibly in.
formed that he has at present about 250
Americans with htm at. that point. "These
islands are about 20 miles off tbe coast of
Honduras, and in about six days march of
the Chontales district of Nicaragua. I sup
pose it is the General's nltimate intention, so
soon as he shall have men enough, to open a
transit through Honduras into Nicaragua,
and use Ruatan as a depot for recruits, amu
nition, c, until he can obtain possession of
the San Juan river. There has been no ef
fort here on the part of the U. S. authorities
to stop .the emigration as they go unarmed,
but on the island there is plenty the cele
brated schooner Susan, you remember, was
wrecked on that coast, but all her munitions
of war were saved and stored on the island.
If let alone, the "grey-eyed man" will yet
come out the large end of the horn. Quien
The health of the city is good, and no fever
as yet. Business is gradually assuming its
usual summer look. Everybody and his clerk
go to the Lake in the evening to enjoy the
breeze, bathing and sailing, and just exactly
is it what your correspondent is going to do,
so soon ns "Samivel can gear up the 'oss."
Jud;e Douglas' Letter of Acceptance.
Waseixgton, June 27, 18G0.
Gextlemex: In accordance with the verL
al assurauce which I gave you whea you
placed in my hands tbe authentic evidence of
my nomination for the Presidency by the
National Convention of the Democratic par
ty, I now send you my formal acceptance.
Upon a careful examination of the platform
of principles adopted at Charleston, and re
affirmed at Baltimore, with an additional res
olution which is in perfect harmony with the
others, I find it to be a faithful embodiment
of the time-honored principles of the Demo
cratic party, as the same were proclaimed
and understood by all parties in the Presi
dential contests of 1848. 1832, 1S5C. Upon
looking into the proceedings of the Conven
tion, also, I find that the nomination was
made with great unanimity, in the presence
and with the concurrence of more than two
thirds of tbe whole number of delegates, and
in exact accordance with tbe long estab
lished usages ot the party.
My inflexibl; purpose not to be a candi
date, nor to accept the nomiualion under
aiy contingency, except as tbe regular nom
inee of the National Democratic party, and,
in that case, only upon the condition that
the usages, as well as the principles of the
party, should be strictly adhered to, had been
proclaimed for a loug time, and became well
known to the country. These conditions
having all been conplied with by tbe free and
voluntary action of the Democratic masses,
and their faithful representatives, without
any agency, interference, or procurement on
my part, I leel bound iu honor aud duty to
accept the nomination.
In taking this step, I am not unmindful of
the responsibilities it imposes, but with firm
reliance upou Divine Providence, I have
faith that the people will comprehend the
true nature of the issues involved and eveut
ually maintain their rights. Tbe peace of
the country and the perpctuatiou of the
Union have been put in jeopardy by attempts
to interfere with and control the domestic
affairs of the people in the Territories through
the agency of the Federal Government. It
the power and the duty of the Federal Gov
ernment is to b'j conceded, two iiostue sec
tional parties must be the inevitable result,
the oue inflaming the passions aud ambitiou
Of the North, and tbe other of the South,
and each struggling to use the Federal power
and authority lor the aggrandizement of its
own section at tbe expense of the equal
rights of the other, and in derogation of
tuose fundamental principles principles
of self-government which were firmly estab
lished in this couutry by the American Revo
lution, as tbe basis of our eutire republican
system. During tbe memorable period of our
history, where the advocates of Federal in
tervention upon the subject of slavery in the
Territories bad well t nigh precipitated the
country into revolution, the Nor Worn inter
ventionists demanding tbe Wilmot Proviso
for the prohibition of slavery, aud the South
ern interventionists, then few iu number, aud
without a single representative ia either
House Of Congress, insisting upon Congres
sional legislation for the protection of slavery
in opposition to tbe wishes cf the people. Iu
either case it will be remembered it required
all the wisdom, power and influence ot a
Clay and a Webster, and a, Cass, supported
by tbe conservative aud patriotic men of tbe
Whig and Democratic parties of that day, to
devise and carry out u line of policy which
would restore peace to the couutry and sta
bility to the Uuiou.
Tue essential living principle of that poli
cy, as applied in the legislation of 1850 was,
alid now is, uon-iutervention by Congress
with slavery in ihe territories. Tbe lair ap.
plication ot this just aud equitable principle
restored harmony and lrateruity to a dis
tracted couutry. 11 we now depart from the
wise aud just policy which produced these
happy results, aud permit the couutry to be
again distracted, it not, precipitated iulo a
revolution by a sectional contest, betweeu
pio-blavery aud auii-slavery interventionists,
where shall we look lor auothcr Clay, anoth
er Webster, another Cass, to pilot tbe ship of
State over the breakers, iutoabavcu of peace
The Federal Union must be preserved.
The Conslitution must be maintained invio
late in all its pai Is, every right guarauteed
by tbe Constitution must be protected by it.
Iu all cases where legislation is necessary to
its cnlorcement, the judicial authority, as
provided iu the Conslitution, must be sus
tained aud its dicisions implicitly obeyed aud
luitbtnlly executed; the laws must be admin
istered aud the constituted authorities upheld,
and all unlawful resistance to these things
must all be met with firmness, impartiality,
and fidelity, if we expect to enjoy and trans
mit to our posterity tnet blessed inheritance
which we have received in trust from the pat
riots and sages of the revolution.
With sincere thanks tor tbe kind and agree
able niauner iu which you bave made known
to me tbe action of the Convention.
1 bave the houor to be,
Your lricud and fellow-citizen.
S. A. DOUGLAS.
Matoii Uexut or Philadelphia, fob Bell
and Everett. Some of the Black Republi
can journals are making loud laments over
the defection of mayor uexkt, who has recent
ly avowed himself a member ot . tbe National
Union party. We clip tbe following from a
Black Republican exchange:
It is a notorious fact tbat Alexander Hen
ry was re-elected Mayor of Philadelphia by
Republican party, though nominated by th
the People's Convenliou. . He is a resident of
the Seventh ward, and when called upou a few
dajs since to contribute bis mite lor the rais
ingof a Lincoln and Hamlin banner, very mod
estly declined, declaring himself a Uuiuu man,
the friend cf Bell and Everett ! Verily, Re
publicans are ungretatul. but political office
Holders of Mayor Henry's stamp are doubly
Mayor Henry was elected to bis second term
by the1 People's party, before the nominations
were nude; and, therefore, owes no fealty to
the Black Republican hordes who may have
voted for him. - We commend bis independ
ence, and have no doubt that his example
will be largely followed by the intelligent cit
izens of the great inland City, who have a high
appreciation of the talent3 and statesmanship
of Bell and Evebett Bait. Clipper.' ; : "
. PaOFAXK SWEARIXO IN - PeXXSYLVAXIA. 1
is not generally known that the revised Pe
Did Code, passed last winter, makes all per"
sons who speak loosely er profanely of Oodt
Christ, the Holy Ghost, or-the Bible, liable
to an indictment for blasphemy, the penalty
for which is a fine not exceeding one hun
dred dollars or imprisonment .not exceeding
three months, or both, - at the discretion4-of
the CoarL-FUdiurt Ckmklt. ' -; '; -
Thb best; Joks yet. The .Washington
ConttUution fpeaks ol Mr. Eccuaxax's "trr
proachMt character P' ''
HcIxax'S Cobwal. As lraj be soeu we insert
this eek tbeadvertistmeutof McLean's Cordial, kc.
It is very veil know a w.e are not artxularly fa-yo-able
to patent meUicices, and, as a general thitg,
eschew tbe whole of them itn fent little ceremony
and wi h thesa sentiments we daclined inserting this
advertisement nntil wc- knw what were the ingre'
dteni of the medicine, and bow compounded. This
we Lave leirnedaod" beUering, as we do, that (he
ingredients are goo!, and the compound judiciously
made, we recommend - as a mixture worthy of
public confidence. - . . , - - -
. The above is from tha St. Louis Christian Advo
cate, edited by the cdebated Bev. Dr. JIcAnaIly
which speaks volumes in favor cf McLean's Cordial,
we say to all, try it." See the advertisement in an
other coloinn i . - . , -, - -juael 2-1 in
Hollo way's Pills. For Indigestion, Stom
ach and Liver Compliints, they bave long borne the
palm. They increase tbe appetite, invigorate the
stomach, and cleanse the liver. In bowel complaints
they are equally efficacious, and for sick headache or
lowness of spirits thry stand without a rival. Sold
JNTASH & MARR,
will do to have lv case of
Loss or damage by Fire
Tennessee Bonds Deposited,
$ 6 0, 0 0 0.
Casli Capital Represented
$5, 0 0 0 ,0 0 0.
IVo. 25 College St.. IVasUviMe, Tenn,
SMEDLET, EG AX & CO.,
Receiving & Forwarding
Lower Wharf Boat,
.S3-A Share cf Tublic Patronage respectfcUy so
JUST RECEIVED BY
JOI1JV YORK & CO.
The Kellys' and the O'Keltjrs by Dr. Thone
Margaret MancrictTe by Charles Eurdctt
The Marble Fawn by Hawthorne.
Ihe Ducht ss of Orleans.
Poe &nd his Critics.
Mill on the Fit si.
Life Struggle by Miss.Pardoe.
How to en;oy Life.
Fawn of four Acres.
J ivit'g Kop-esentatioa M-jn.
Habits of Good Soceity for Ladies and Gentlemen. J
Liie's Moruiug Life's Evening.
Notes on Nursing by Miss NightiDgal?.
El Fureidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Eryaul's Eulogy on Washington Irving.
Little Beamy by author of Gamblers Wife.
Mores' Letters to Lord Macauby ,
Tylney Hall a Lovel by Thomas Hood,
lhrone of David by author cf Princa ilouss of
ThJ Florenco stories by Jacob Abbott.
The Bibkcil Reason Why Word of God.
Fricrs-Woud Post Oflice by Hem, of Kedclifl".
Mademoiselle Mori a talc of Modem Rome. :
Seven Years, and ctner Stories by Julia' Kavanagb.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Lliilarged and Refurnislmeil.
rpns undersigned haviug taken the ST. CLOCD
Mul iX, lies enlarged ll materially, pnd rel'ur
itisbcd it thoroughout in the moat elt gaut Hyle, will
u.u me uouie u me public tm liiui-sday tne sin
at. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf c c
rS now open tor the reception of visitors. On and
X at'ier 'luesday the 3d day ot' July, Mr. JtSttE
rAWUiH win run an accommodation Omuibus. leaving
the tiewauee House every Tuesday, Ihursuay, and
oaiuruay ai o u clonic, A. ii., arnviug at the .Spring
to it inner lare two dollars ffie uud register t
BCttaneo-iuuse. ine inecical qualities ol tuese
springs are well known. For dyspepsia, disea&os of
tue liver, and lor complaints mcidtnt to lemoles,
iney are unsurpassed, there are live sulphur
springs of different qualities, besides free stone and
uewlj discovered chalybeate.
Terms For Day $1 50
44 Week g to
" Month 30 CO
Korse per week 3 50
Cuiidreuand servants halt" prii:e.
WM. r. YEATMAST,
E. 4. KRUDER,
FfAST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE 11th.
Little Miami and Columbus and
(IS'Ti, H1MILT0S & 'DITTOS
From CINCINNATI to
Boston iu 32 i hours. New York in 30 hours.
Philadelphia iu 26 hours. Baltimore in H4j hours.
Saratoga Springs in 25 brg Albuuy in "i buurs.
BulTalo in 15 hours: Dunkirk in 14 hours. -
Cleveland in 6i hours. Pittsburg in 12 hours,
Wucelaud in 1 hours.
iSteubeuvillo in io,' h'rs.
Z.uesville iu S hours.
Toledo iu 9 hours.
Ciesiline in 6 huurs.
Sandusky in 10 hours.
Through Trains have I'i i rii 1 ili n s:
7:30 A. M. EXPRESS From Littlic Miami
IX'put, and lruiu viucmuau, Hamilton At Dayton
Depot, connects via lolunibus, Cleveland, Dunkirk
and Builalo; via Columbus, Crestlinoand Ki us burg;
via Columbus, 2teubenviile uud Pittsburg; via
Columbus, Beliiar aud Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Bellair an d Reuwood .
7:30 A. 91. EXPRESS From C.ucinnati,
UamnljU is. Da) Utu ueji,niao conuocls via Lima,
Toledo, Detroit uud Canada; via Liatcu, C'ljdij and
10 A. HI. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, Couuecid via Columbus , Belliar aud Ucuwovu;
viacoltuubus, Bel liar audPituburg; via Columbus,
i "restliue ana Pauuurg; via Columbus, Cleveland,
Duukirk aud Butlaio.
C P. M. EXt'RESS From Cincinnati, Ham
ilton a LXxy iuu Depot, va Lima, Toledo, Detroit and
Canada; via Daytuu, Clyde andbandusky.
iUoderu Sleeping Cars on tuts Train,
11 P. !M. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depwt, uui&wbt v.a .vuiudub, tuli;ujvilie and
Pulbburg; via Columbus, belliar aud Piusburg; via
Columbcs, lielliar and Beuwood; via Columbus,
Cresuuie aud PiUsburg; via Culuiubua, Cleveland,
DuukLkaUaJa to. .
I - . Pius Cars ou this Train.
F&3.exigera for Lake S tenners, leaving Cine in
uati u.i 7:3U A. M., have a tutus in Cleveland.
Leaving at xO A. M.., make direct c juucCUoiu.
Tlie C P. M. L'xprtse, Saturdays, make all con
nections as advtrltsed, except for Detroit,
t.hd prints in Canada. ,-
Tho NigU Ejcpre.8 runs Daily .Saturdays except
ed. All uUier araiiid ruu Dally , iaiardaysexcepled.
Trains run by COLUMEUS TIME, hicn is 7 Minutes
taster luatt Cl-NCl.NNAll 1LUE.
age , Checked. Through,
all lia-teru Cities.
Passengers should bear in mind that the
"tl.NCT.x.NAii-' is thi OLD anil Jr AVoKlTE fe!UIJ.
Connections are made promotly, the l toads ar
thoroughly B ALLASrtD,, and an modern improve
ments adapted luc unun trD,c.JXtOKT and So.r ff Y.
s . . THROUGH TICKILTS
Are told at an the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WEST a Ld SOUTH. Ask for Ticket
P. W. Sl'UADER, General Ticket Agt, Cin'U.
Notice to Stockholders!
. . , . . .
Nashville and Chattauooga Railroad.
- -"Sl'PERISTEXDEXT'S OFFICE. '
- Nashville, June 28th, 1SGO.
IN pursuance of a resolution pasted by tne Stock
Lollera ot thr NASH VluLK Ajll'CB ATT ANOOUA
RAILROAD COMPANY in the 4tb day or Le'-foiber
as, the fctockhotders in saal company will C ear
tiod Dree of charge over the Koadon tue 3d, 4th aud
rth day of July, at tbeir pleasure, by exhibiting
5heir certificates ot tttoctc to tho conductor. . ,
JoatatVMUr ,s W. fc. CuLK, upt '
- - Canary -Cages ! -
JUST received, 200 assorted Canary Bird Cagesoi
all styles, colors and prices, some as haausuBM
ever brought U) this market. For etite low by v
feb&Of J. W. WILSON.
x .... - 1
w. h. crisp;.. :;- lessee.
WORLD STAR BAND
:Et iii op iaii Minstrelsy
MESSRS. LOXG & WELLS'
'...;" IaW--- v s
.. . . T -FOR ONE WFEK ONLY, " :
Commencing Monday, July 2.
Excelsior band of the World,
Selected from the best perfo rmcrs of New York,
Philadelphia and Now Orleans. Among tie Stars,
observe the following names , of acknowledged
talent and guperiorit y :
B. A. Cotton,
J. F. Warn bold,
J. W. Adams.
Geo. M. Hill, '
Charles Young, .
Doors open at i o'clock, Performance commenc
at o'clock. ,
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle' and Parqcette, 50 cents; Second Cir
cle, 25 cents, Colored Gallery ,25 cents .
T U. A 1 1 Si fc Ia1H,13S,
Job Lots of Roots and Shoes.
TT7E have a targe invoice of 0rst quality of Boots
I aud Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
fain for cash, or four months prompt papr. Call
immediately as they must be sold, at our Ware rooms
up stairs, No. Tl.
juiu2 S. TRABCE & LUCtJS.
Bartholf's Sewing Machine ,
The Best in Vie,
No2J opposite the Sewance House.
JOilK l 01 i & CO.
HATE removed their Book-Bindery srtfjt Tiffr-.
aud Blank-Book Manufactory to rlJJJs?1
tne tiaptist Publishing House, uext i
bouse below Douglas A: Co., north
Market street, No. 09, 2d door from the Square-and
will be glad to sec all heir old customers and invito
new ones that want work in our lice. We are pre
pared to moke Blank Books in the best manner and
after any given pattern. Particular attention will bo
paid to tlio Binding of Periodicals and old Books
Our prices are as low as the lowest. The Ftyleofj
work can uo seen at the Bindery or Store on Uuiou
street. liooks left at either place will receive im
mediate attention. febll-insdlf
One of the most Popular and Benevolent
On Dcaderick. street,
THE Doctor himself is an old Practitioner, f--om
the old aud this country, being already 15 years
ia America, haviug manrully and honorably sur
mounted ail tbe trials ol the new world, and bat
tled and conqunrcd death of the whole range of dis
cases of our different cbmatf s, 3outn and North, so
laat the fime of his success iu the trf a'ineut of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, for which
he has tbe most reliable references.
Special atuntion paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in geuer
al, by being entrusted with denperate cases. For to
illustrate his skill, lie iscuver."- int wiih the Ameri
can, French and German languages, and alwayB
reaujr uj it-uuer 1113 auvice ana services with polite'
ucss, conscientiousness and discretion.
. Persons at a distance may have his advice and
medicines by consulting Lim through letters, inclos-
iug i urc, & ' x uai-umuu dux zo. oo.
Hi3 Family Residence is on North Market street.
Magazines and Nc spapers.
Harper's New Monthly Magazine for July;
Frank Leslie's Monthly and Gazette of Fashion for
Godey's Ladies Book for July;
Peterson "d Magazine for July;
Knickerbocker Monthly Magazine for July;
The London Illustrated News, weekly;
Wilke's Spir it of the Times, weekly;
Torter'tSpir tof the Times, weekly;
Wavetly Magazine, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civilizaion, weekly;
Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
New York Ledger, weekly;
New York Mercury ; New York Weekly;
For sale by JOHN YORK & CO.,
jnne20-tf No. 38 Union street.
Valuable Real Estate
I AM now offering at private sale my familv resi
dence, adjoining the town of Waverly,"in the
county of Humj hreys, situated immediately on tbe
main ttage road front Nashville to Memphis and
within half a mile of tbo Nashville aud North .west
ern Railroad, Containing about 15 acres of land
well improved. A neat and comfortable dwellmg,
house, kitchen and other necessary outhouses, a
good well of never-failing water, &c, &c.
Also, my farir iu Bentun county, immediately on
tbe stage road, and within one mile of the N. & N.
V. Railroad, cnt lining about 260 acres, 100 of wnich
is in cultivation. There are also four good Grass
Lots, well situated as to ttnek water, with a never
failing supply both for stock ana family nse. Tbe
irnproveutnts conbist of a neat . aud commodious
Dwelling-bouse, with Kitchens and other necessary
out-houses. This place lg well known to the travel
ing community as Clark's Tavern Siand.hve miles
irom the Tennessee river , and four miles Irom the
town ol Camden, Benton county, Tenn.
Terms liberal. For further particulars apply to
the subscriber near Waverly, Humphreys co.,Tenn.
juntlf-iw o. W. RlVtii.
CRTSTAL1ZEO WISDOM ART OF FORETELLING
t V I URK . VENTS. Full .accurate and practical
disclosures of tbe secrets or Astrology, Cbiromauy,
Narratives, Geoinancy. Thirty-two combinations,
embracing almost every conceivable phase of bumau
life . Phy siououiy aud Metoposcopy , History, Narra
tives, kc., an unfailing guide in ult aUairs of lilc, in
plain and unmistakable luuguage. Onoof the most
beautiful of Books, large octavo size, richly bound .
gilt edt;e, interesting, and line engravings. Think of
the price lor turb a bock only St 24 to pre-pav
postage! Price, $1 24, postage pre-paid, tor oue copy
aud no lower-prico for any number.
4- Address W. M. RAPHAEL, No. 24 Eit
Fourt(i street. Cincinnati, Ohio, where ho has re-
sided for the last threu yars. Prof. R. couliuucs
to iromplly answer all communications containing
one sump, rcquiriug his services, as tbe only scienti
fic Astrologer now living. II my Astrological Al
manac is ordered, an extra stamp must be inclosed.
Prof. R. would imorm his innumerable corresnood-
euts throughout the Cuion, in the Canadas, aud in
hug land, that he is no w permanently located in Cin
ciuuaii, Ohio. June-S-U.
'I elccrapli Chalybeate Springs.
This water is brought four hundred feet iu ten seconds.
rilakes pleasure in informing the public tbat ho is
X now ready to wait on all who may lavor him
with a call. , .
Tuis Spring is situated on the enst side of Cumber.
land river, at the end of the wire bridge. Families,
irom to 6: one Person, ?2; by the drink, 5 cents.
Payment in advance.
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate of Lime, Sulphate nf
Magnesie, Sulphate of Lime, Mur;ato of Magnesia
Muriate of Soda. '
The speciOc gravity of the fresh water was
1.0122C aisiilicd water being taken as a standard.
I understand that the water has already been ben
cQcial to several invalids. It will be beueficial to a
greater degree when taken fresh from the Spring.
I should pronounce it stimulantand tonic, and adapt
ei, consequently, to cases of debility, accompanied
with ananomic condition of tho system, and contra
indicated iu plethoric aud inllamatory states. . , .
RICHARD O. CTRREY.
There U no doubt tbat tbe Spring kept by Mr. W.
Drxx at the eastern end of tho Suspension Brklge is
good Chalybeate water, and that it is edapted to
many discuses of debility. B. f. Hall, M. D., R.
Thompson, M. D., Henry Carow, M. D.,T. R. Jen
uinga.M. P., Boyd Mc.Nairy, M. D.,R. C. K Martin,
M. D - . june2S-2m.
Sonlheru Trunk Hannfactory.
; FAS HETT & CR0SS3I AN;
NO. Bl MARKET STREET, NASH Villi. TENN.,
Mansfartnrm ad Wholesale and Retail
. . . scauEkS h aic raw or
LADIES AND GENTS' TBAVE11XG TBOIS,
Valises, Carpet J Bass, &c, &c,
DESIRK to call the altintion of all those in want of
anything in our line, (wholesale or retail,) to
examine nor stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
wears confident that we can sell as low as any other
bouse in tbe city. Onr stock is ail of ear own man.
factor and is made of the best materith and by
first-class wnrtmea. All must admit tbe wisdom or
baying work mane at home, in preference to baying
that made at the Fa-t expressly lor Jobbing.
We especially invite the attention ot the ladies to
onr . '-'t'r-
PATEXT TROT FOS' LAMES. - -
' It bas ccmpartmenU pr Bonnet, Dresses, Para
sols, Brashes, and a water-troof eompMrtment for
Sponges, Oils, 4c. -
All kinds of Trucks made to ordr r, cov?rpd or re
paired, at short notice. Give us a rail, at U Market
street, two doers fk Ah of the Square.
June23-dlr FASSi.fr Jt CBOfSMAN,
Redaction Iu the Price ef Feed.
Prime Timothy flay at $26 per Ton.4
Corn at 75 cents per Bushel ; no Charge for Sacks.
"A." j E N"K I N S7
' IV o. 14 Market street
IS now offering HAY and CORN at tbe above prices
and has also cn hand .
Fresh Ground Meal; .. . . . -
Extra Family and Saperfine Floor; " "
Ite Red Potatoes, for Jane planting-:
Hungarian Grass Seed;
100 barrels Hydraulic Cement.
All of h'ch he offers at ibe lowest Cash pri
ce,. . . A. JENKINS, -june21-tf
No. 14 Market street.
3 X" Flags!
AND DECORATIONS ef a kinds, and sizes for
Fourth of July, political and other celebrations.
LCCK.45 Union street is aow prepared to furnish
th ' a jove in any quan v , rrhoiesale and retail. Al
so, Fireworks of all ti s. Orders t ; distance
promptly attended to. . JOHN LCCK.
June2l-tf .? .
r JYegro Man for Sales
I All offering, at a bargain , an A No. 1 Negro Man
for sale, aged SO years. Be has had considera
ble experience on a farm, and taking care of stock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
june!9-tf Cedar street
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry street,
HAYING always on band a flue variety of Soups,
. Fresh Fish, Porter House Steaks, Meats or all
kiud and variety. Also, every variety of Vegetables
on hand, ready and served to order in the beet of
style, would respectfully invite ite attention of their
lrients and the public to give them a calL
J. K. FOWIJlR ft CO.,
No. 53 Cherry St., one door from Adam's Lxpresa
OUlce, in Colonade Buddings. june22-4f
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union & American Block, Cherry it.,
RE jus in receipt of their SUMMER STtCK
Fine Mints and Brandies;
Scotch Ale and London Porter;
Light AVines for Summer nse;
French Coi dials and Syrnps;
Hermetically scaled Goods cf every description; c
English end French Fruits, Tickles, Sacces and
. Extra Fine Green and B lack Teas; Ft. Louis Crack
ers, Olive Cil,S. C Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
olives, Cassin , Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isitiglas,
Gellatine, Preserves, Cracknel BiEituts, Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, kc.
We keep constantly cn hand everything pertaining
t J the supply of Families.
, , K. K. S.OWDE5 & CO.
T he Irprcfinetcd Success
Which has of late attended the use of
Ia. i. SWEET'S
IN'DCCES ns to call tbe attention of all those afflict
ed with files to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial e Poets. It is the only preptra
tion that can be relied on for a peimaneut and spee
dy cure, lrycu are afflicted try it tt once. and be
careful to use no other medicine in connection with
it. It is compounded under the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
J83- For sale at Demoville'a and DcGrove's, and
by other Druggists. junelfl-tf
NOTwishinrto carry over any portion of onr
St MIWEIt STOCK, we have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of everything in
Regardless of Cost.
y Persons not yet supplied will do well to ex-
am'nethera, as we are determined to ClOSE THEM
ocrr. r, c. McNAUtr & co.
3J MILES FROM SUAWSYLLLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this WA
TERING PLACE In October latt, hav thorough.
Iy repaired and furnished It with entirely new lur
cituretf the best class, and will on n it lor the re
ception ot Yisitors ON THK L5TH DAY OF JL'NK.
a 'Vlng increased accommodations, and male lib
eral arrangements lor the comfort of their gue.-ts,
they flatter themselves that but rew (if any) Water
ing Places will aUord the same attractions as this.
It is situated in the- county of Montgomery, Z)
miles from SUA WSV1LLE VEPOl. fTa. and lenn.
K.R.) ou tbe banks oi the Roanoke river. andis sur
rounded by some of the most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery to befonnd among the Mountains of
t irginia iho ttater has acquired such a reputation
in tne last few years, tbat it is unnecescarv to sav
anything iu commendation cl it. It is now consid
ered a specific for the worst forms of Dyspepsia, and
a remeuy ir all Cutaneous Diseases, disrdoro.. con
ditions ol the Stomach, Bowe's and Liver, and lor
prostration of tbe nervous system. He micht an.
pend a uu ruber of certificates irom Physicians and
others acquainted with its merits, and to these mignt
be added ad infinitum.
Passengtrs will be met at Shawiville bvFonr.
Horse Omnibusses, tu convey them over a new road
to the Springs. Persons leaviug Baltimore, Wash
invton, Ricbinocd and Petersburg iu tbe morning,
airive at the springs the same ay: thoi from tne
South will find the same conveyance on tne arrival
of each train.
junelt-Jlm BOOTH, COLH0CN t CO.
An LnToicc of Meerschaum Pipes. -
J- a..-..... w .--;-.-. ..11 v. u v, f AUU
Plain Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
irST .llrl . (. ..tn.. C T" 1
auu unma ctems, wur n win oesoit cheap at pri
vate rale by BEXJ. F. SHIELDS . Co.,
junela-tf Central Aucuon Rooms.
A Desirable Dwcllir g for Rent.
ONE cf the n.ost desirable residences in the city
flTnniiM'fnp rM l..r- tl.a 1... i.,.. . r .1, -
1 .. . - - ... . VJ V. .UU J t.l
It is within Sveminutts walk of the Square, quite
icuicu, iuu wiiuiiis seven goon rooms, witn plen
ty or out rooms. A good two story brick stable, ear
ns go house, Ac. Enquire of -
junezwa E. K. GLASCOCK Ca
' V of - ; ..
Entire Stock. Under Attach-
TJENJ. F. SHIELDS t CO-.wul proceed to sell at
O the Store. No. 15 Public Square, next door to W.
n. Calhoun's Jewelry Store, on accoaot of W. C.
rbow.C.D. C.,commenciug on Thursday morning,
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the entire contents ol the
Store, No. 15 Public Square, with counters, Shelving,
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. Tbe stock consists of Em
broideries, laces. Ribbon, a large stock cf .Silk
Trimmings. Ladies' andChiidrea'sFurniihJog Goods,
with i never ending variety no o no enumera
ted. Ladies are inrited, and also dealers, who will
rind it to their interest to attend. The Stnre is for
Rent. - BFNJ. F. SHIELDS CO.
June25td . , . .
CAYCE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE nndeTft?nedre?pix:trully inform bis old
friends and tho public generally tbat tbe above
watering; place will ba opened for tha rirrr.tinn n
visitors on the 1st day of nne. -. ,
He has a large Danclnjr Room, Ten Pin Alley -c
for the amusement of bis visitors. Their.'it,9.'
bare as Cue mertienial qualities as any in tbe tate '
All wboare affiiciBd with Dyi-pepsia, Bowel Diseases'
Headache, kc., would do well to give them a trial!
He has Suipbor, Cbalvbeate and V im hi...
all of the ery best kind. The Springs are situated
" '; uvju.y jocauiy, io it, ilea South of
rrankltn and 8 miles west of Thompson's Station.
He wontd say to all who may favor him w.ta a visit
urn j.us wm ue spared o make ita pleasant one.
i - - TERMS. ;, ...
Board per week, : : ; $5 oo
do. day, t : i ' : : : , i vs
Single meal, . ,
Children uixier 11 years and servants nilf price!
Keeping Horse per week, : ; 3 60
- All extra rroable extra charge. ' : : . -
The back will meet toe ears at Thompson ?ta
Uoa o Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, in the
morning, and Tuesdays, Thursuays and Saturdays
ia the evening. r-. - Vll. CAYCE.
Jun20-tf .' -
Scsellibg f;r tho Card Tin
TTJST received, by express, two hnndred Lo.isi
l ana Atukspas pair of Psntt googs Una were
never known to wear out at S3 C?h.
- ,.. - , - - JAki3 EAV13, - -,
jone2S-2w . . . . Ibio Square.
Banner and Union 'sad American copy oe wtk
and charge this ofik..
W. T. BEERY & CO.
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Jnne26-tf " PnbUc Square. '
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
In tlie Circuit Court
OS THE BASIS OP THE CODE
Abraham Carutliers, .
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in Nashville by
; JOHN YORK CO.,
jjnel6-tf No. 33 Union street.
P U RE WINES,
Just received and for sal. br
ETIEME LAUBrJIiT A CO.
JVo. 53 Cherry St lVashTiUe.
Kf. CASES genuine Heidsieck CbamBagne
eJ kJ 60 cases - pints-
60 case. Vicu Ops Chumpague', J. Laussenre, .
60 do Clos Paradis, Cbamagn.; .
. 25 do Cbambertin Hparkllng Burgundy
100 do Burgundy Wines: " .. .
25 do Chateau anyac t3laret;
25 do " plnU;
loo do Contnac Claret, first quality '
26 do Larose, Latite and Margaret;
100 do Sherries, the finest brands.
60 do Royal Society Port;
25 do Thos. Hin. Brandy:
10 do Old Cognac; '
5 do assorted Cordials, Paris Perdoanx-
10 do Abeynthe Edward Pai net, Coarse- T
15 do Real Turin Vermouth- . - . -
200 do Italian Wines; - '
20 do Sparkling Nebbloto; -1 -
40 do oo Brae hetto;- .
20 do do Muscat; . ,
M) do White Asti;
6) do Barolo '
30 do Ataccarone,Verraecnii, Reginette, etc"
30 do and tin Lucua Ohv. Oil; . '
All our direct Enronean exnortntlnn. to n.
bama. - --
Also. APrENNTNE BITTERS, recommended tr '
he most enuaont pbvsiciaa.
&T1ENNE LAMBERT ft CO-,
mayl8tf . No 68 Cherry Street.
MIIaIaKW A 1A1lttTOI,
.Corner of Adams and Second streets, .
HAVE recently fitted ap on. of tbe finest
m uw oouwern country, an. serv. op to
customers daily all the luxuries, and Ueli-
MEALS furnished at all hours in a style
mat can no no surpassed. mnr25-tf
I1YGE1A V riOTKT
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
X. iviviuvvieonma lor its
-i. refr301' K m breezn and
r., I L , uuv "i. aters ana crabs, will be
Z , i.i'ugii w rnHsoatu Srs of Job.
with the recent IrnumtMnuii. ii.A..k .
and naintln lh ,.hi "" .'r'.T" .
inducemenu to persons seeking a delightful Summer
....VWHbm9aMAW w uai aa o BuKiesi Mtenuo to buioe
iham riT tlta tKln
- , , . JOS. &E8AR, .7
. mayli-AiUiwlm c c. W1LLARD.
Stock. lcduced. ; "
PREP A RING soon to mak change la onr basin
arran gements w. desire to reduce our present
stock as much as possible. Ia oder to do this w.
will offjsr our present etoek of Starve and Fancy Dry -Goods
at reduced prices. W. nave oa hand a aa. -assortment
of Silk Berages, Xaslins and Travel log
Goods, and in fact everything oi.a could wish for.
Ahw, White Goodi, Embroiderlet, Dos.ery, Table
Damack, SueetiHg, Bleached and Brown Domestic.
PlaatatH-a Goods lor men and women, Cloths, Cash
meres, Testings and Under-wear for Gentlemen. We
wish to call iNtrtioalar attention to onr oarpsta com- "
ter, on ahich will befonnd at all Uses many desira
ble good at one-fourth their rain. '
aprl5-f t JilCHoLSuX Ik HCMTHSEY.
; Wanted. ; -
1 0nn BUSaLa co0 CIXAjr MTUJCT aD,
ro. is sown saraet
Hardware at Ccct. r
TTTE hav. on ha ad s heavy stock Hardware,
V V the greatest portion of vrhiott wag f urttissed
this spring, which wear. ... . .
Dc:ircu3 of BcSr.-w7v
And will, ftr otsh, aU at O"-.
k, eaii. rt, i Ar i and o
i i ;