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JUliN E. HATCHES, Jnrriatc tdiler.
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FOB THE STATE AT LARGE.
MAIXIK PEYTON, ofSnuatr,
W. C. TAVLOB, of CarU.
Centra Executive Committee.
Edwlx II. Ewing, Keux S. Bbowx, Allen
A. Hall, P. W. Maxet, John Lelltett,
John II. Callesdeb, Horace II. IIa&ki
sow. TfEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1860.
Xo the Subscriber of the KashTllle
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A. S. CAMP & CO.
in ore Interference In Election The
Federal Patronage used for Breck
The Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Press reveals tbe following pro
gramme of the Administration in continua
tion of its war upon Douglas :
The President has lately had several very
interesting interviews with bis bosom friends.
At one of these interviews, when an appeal
was made to bim to order the guillotine
which has latterly been rusting because no
new victims were offered to be sharpened
and readjusted for the purpose otwloiog exe
cution upon, tbe Douglas Demowats now in
office, be is said to have lifted his hands in
holy horror, exclaiming, " I am sick of taking
the'blood of my friends !" But when those
around him told bim that be must yield to
tbe decree of putting to death all in office
who would not agree to go for tbe disunion
candidate, be surrendered, and the order has
gone forth that every independent gentleman
who dares to recognize tbe nomination of
Douglas as tbe regular Democratic nomina
tion, and who holds position under James
Buchanan, is to be lortbwith decapitated.
Tbe raid will be carried on, not merely in
tbe cities, but in the country ; not against
custom-houe and poet-office clerks alone, but
against the small postmasters in the interior
counties, towns, and townships, of high and
low degree. No mercy is to be shown them.
The war waged upon Robert J. Walker,
Stephen A. Douglas, and The Press, because
they stood steadily by the principles of tbe
Democratic parly, will be nothing to that
which is to be conducted against those who
do not fall down and worship tbe candidate
of the enemies of the Union, -nominated by
the secession leaders at Baltimore on the 23d
of June. Here is an opportunity for mean
men who desire to get into office by going for
tbe new programme of this Administration
and the seceding South."
Philadelphia, July 2. The Democratic
State Executive Committee met this after
noon at the Merchants' Hotel. Thomas C.
Dowell, of Dauphin county, offered resolu
tions which were adopted by a vote of 45
against 15. as follows:
First, Calling on the Democracy to uuite
in support of General Foster for Governor,
and to bury all differences on tbe Presiden
tial question in local elections.
Sccuud, Recommending the Democratic
purty of the State to unite ou tbe electoral
ticket formed at Reading on the following
basis: If it should appear, on ascertaining
tbe result in other States of, the Union, that
by casting tbe entire vote of Pennsylvania
for Douglas, it would elect bim, said electors
shall be under obligations to cast said vote
in that way. If said vote would not elect
Douglas, but would elect Breckim idge, then
it shall be cast for Breckinridge. If the said
vote will elect neither Douglas nor Breckin
ridge, then the electors may divide accord
ing to their own judgment the bans of this
united action being, that it is the first and
highest duty of all good Democrats, however
differing in their views, to unite firmly
against the commou enemy. -
The Chairman of the Committee was au
thorized to communicate with the e lectori",
and obtain their pledge within 30 days, to
act under this obligation. The Committee
then adjourned to meet at Cresson at the call
of the Chairman.
&Tte work of '-whipping" in" has been
commenced by the Breckinridge democracy
with all the zeal and industry that character
ized the canvass of 1S55. Every democrat
who is doubtful or is favorable to Douglas is
"spotted," and men are sent to him privately
to restore And confirm him in the Bhecein-
apposed to Lave greater influence, is de
tailed to renew the effort. It is astonishing
to what, extent this system or whipping in
and brow-beating is carried on in this State.
It amounts almost to an organized tyranny.
The independent thinker who wishes to follow
the dictates of his own judgment, if that
judgment conflicts with the interests cf the
party, is sufferedf.-to have no rest until he gives
up his opinions,'anuf agrees to act as others
may think most proper for him.
The Union and American Bays of the sup
porters of Douglas in this State :
"The few who may continue to urge bis
name before tbe people of Tennessee are
mere man-worshippers.'. They will no lon-
ger be entitled to be regarded or treated
Again. In another article noticing an ad
dress of Meesrs. Carroll and Wattkrsox,
Douglas delegates to Baltimore our neigh
bor says . . .-
. "We court no war with the adherents of
Mr. Douglas, but if the few who worship
"bim force tbe issue upon us, we shall not
" shrink from it. . Tbe democracy of Tennes
' see in their attack upon Black Republican
M ism are determined to ride rough shod over
" all who attempt to stay their progress."
The Lot weather is having an unhappy
effect upon our usually rational neighbor.
He is evidently getting under the impression
that be represents in his support of tbe se
cession ticket the true democracy . and has
authority to excommunicate heretics, lie
appears, too, to fancy that his wing of tbe
party is a mammoth animal of tbe horse spe
cies, "rough shod," and terrible, mounted
upon which he can ride over and crush out
all creation. If the regular democracy are
a - V it ' 1 . t . . I TT . -1 .1
advise them ' to stand out of tbe way when
the great horse of secession come dashing on.
It will be dangerous to staod before the mon
ster, whose breath is fire, and whose hoofs arc
"rough shod." - - . t ; ,
' pSB"Qns of the delegate to' the late Na.
tional Democratic Convention from Alawa
chusetta, was a fellow named Weight. He
was chosen as a Docolas man; but he voted
gainst bim; and finally withdrew with Calm
CcsHixa from the Convention; He has since
twxn rptrardml br the administration with the
appointment of Superintendent of tbe Spring
Held Armory. There is nothing disgraceful
la this, In tbe opinion of Mr. Bcchakan.
. ffjThe Memphis Avalanche, of Monday,
has a pictorial illustration of tbe Douglas and
Breckinridge democracy. The picture rep
resents a couple of enraged balls, standing
in front of each other, furiously pawing tbe
earth, and exhibiting a most desperate anxie
ty to use each other up. Ono is labeled
"Squatter Sovereignty," and the other "Con
gressional Protection." A ' picket fence in
terrenes, with the Appeal sitting on the draw
bars. If the Appeal would get down and
take out the bars, retreat to a safe position
on tbe eminence occupied by the Union par
ty, and let the bulls together, tbe picture
would be a complete and an excellent one.
We are perfectly willing that they should be
allowed to gore each other to death, believ
ing that the patriotic stock of the country
would be vastly improved by their absence.
But whether the combat shonld prove mortal
or not, one thing is certain they will both
be turned out to grass next Fall.
Bell and Everett In Alabama.
Tbe State Convention of tbe Constitutional
Union Party assembled at Selma on the 27th
ulL, and adjourned on the 28th. CoI.Wx.
S. Phillips., of Dallas, presided. The most
enthusiastic spirit prevailed, and the business
of the Convention was transacted harmoni
ously. The Selma Reporter, speaking of tbe
composition of tbe Convention and its char
Tbe Convention is composed of the right
sort of men. Many of them are old, gray-
haired patriots, who love their country more
than party, and, taken as a whole, we do not
remember ever to have seen a Gner or more
intelligent looking assembly on any occa
It had been predicted that the Convention
would prove "a grand failure." We have the
pleasure and pride to say that it is "a grand
success," unequalled by anything of the sort
ever before attempted in Alabama, me
delegation is larsre. inteluscnt and entnnsi
astic, and tbe demonstration has caused
Democrats in this locality to open their eyes
not so wide, however, as they will open
them in November next. Tbe Constitutional
Union Party of Alabama are going to work in
earnest, and our friends in other States shall
hear a good report from them in November.
Tbe Convention adopted a patriotic plat
form, appointed an electoral ticket, together
with assistant district and county electors,
and adopted measures to insure thorough
organization and discipline. The following
is the electoral ticket
FOR THE STATE AT LARGE:
WILLIAM B. WOOD, of Lauderdale.
JOSEPH W. TAYLOR, of Greene.
FOR THE DISTRICTS!
1. WASHINGTON M. SMITH, or Dallas.
2. GEORGE C. FREEMAN, of Lowndes.
3. J. H. CLANTON, of Montgomery.
4. J. D. WEBB, of Greene.
5. L. R. DAVIS, of Limestone.
C. JOS. R. MORRIS, of Madison.
7. B.W.GROCE, of Talladega.
Delaware In Motion.
The People's Party in Delaware held a
State Convention at Dover on Thursday,
Cth ultimo, and declared for Bell and Ever
ett with great enthusiasm. Ex-Governor
Temple addressed the Convention, and was
loudly applauded when he declared himself
for Bell and Everett. Giving an account
of the meeting, the Wilmington Common-
wealth of tbe 9th says :
-The adjourned People'sState Convention
assembled at Dover on Thursday last. There
was more than fifteen or twenty delegates
attended from Newcastle county; but two or
three frcm Kent, and but one from bussex.
Everybody, everywhere, have gone over to
the Bell and Lverett party, we beard noth
ing but Bell and Everett wherever we went.
Tbe President of the Convention announced
himself as a Bell and Everett man. and de
clined to serve on tbe executive committee.
He further stated, after tbe adjournment of
the Convention, that nearly every prominent
man of the opposition iu the vicinity of his
home were Bell and Everett met. Dr. Jump,
who was also named as a member of the
same committee, announced that be was also
a Bell and Everett man. and should vole that
ticket. Ex-Governor Temple stated that he
was a Union mm, and should support tbe
Bell and Everett ticket throughout. All this
was said publicly in the Conventiou, and was
loudly applauded; and when Bell and Ever
ett were named there were unequivocal signs
of enthusiastic applause, but a sense of de
corum and consideration for tbe People's
party prevented it from breaking out into
cheers and clapping of bands, it political
matters are properly and judiciously man
aged in Delaware, the lit 11 and Everett ticket
will be triumphantly elected. There are not
probably not more than five hundred repub
lican votes in the State, and this number will
diminish as the election draws near. The re
action is begiuning to take place already.
A larger number of votes could be polled
for the republican party to-day than it will
be possible to obtain for it next fall."
Tbe N. 1". Courier and Enquirer professes to
have bad a conversation recently with a
leading and influential democrat, who far
nibbed it with information as to Mr. Buch
anan's views and intentions. The lillowing
is au extract from tho reported remarks of
the aforesaid democrat
"Buchanan is bent upon tbe defeat of
Douglas, and would nmcu prefer the success
of Lincoln. He has, therefore, advised a
Breckinridge ticket to be run iu New York,
Pennsylvania, Indian and Illinois, with a
view of defeating Douglas in these States.
The order will be obeyed; but the ticket will
receive no support except from the office
holders in this Stale, Indiana and Illinois.
We think Lincoln a ill carry both Indiana
and Illinois; and we believe that Buchanan
will have sufficient power in Pennsylvania
to give Lincoln that State by drawing off
Democratic votes to Breckinridge."
Mr. Bcchanax bates Douglas with a con
suming bate, and will, we doubt not, do any
thing he can to defeat bim. In 1S58, be in
terfered in tbc Illinois election in such a
manner as to favor Lincoln, and will do it
again this year; but not with a view to
elect LixcoLM. If only Douglas and Breck
i?:ridge were to be affected by his course, he
would, if possible, elect Lincoln, but as
Lane is interested, he desires the election to
go into the House of Representatives, where,
in the present attitude of things, probably
no choice can be made. In the event of no
election by the nousc, and tbe choice of Laxz
for Vice President by the Senate, would
become President. This is what Mr. Buch
anan really desires to accomplish. He has
little less hate for Bbkcunbidgk than for
Douglas; and until recently has, during bis
whole administration, given the young ex
pectant the "cold shoulder." But the "facile
Pennsylvanian" is bound to be disappointed.
The Constitutional Union Pany intend to in
tervene and bear off tbe Presidential Prize.
Tbe Breckinridge ticket is supported in
Massachusetts by the following newspapers :
the Boston Pf, Lowell Advertiser, New Bed
ford Times, GreeaSeld Democrat, Barnstable
Patriot, Salem Adtocate, H-bcx County Demo
crat, Lawrence Sentinel, and Piltsfield Suni
This is a formidable array. Tbe fact that in
Massachusetts, where the democracy united
with the abolitionists to elect Scmxkr to tbe
United States Senate, there are nine puprs
supporting Breckinridge, ought to be con
soling to their Southern allies. The other
fact that tbe editors of these papers are all
officeholders under the adminisltation of
Jauks, thk Corrupt, should not ba permitted
to detract from tbe measure of their consola
tion. ' . ' .
: A letter to the Albany Evening Journal
1 ' . .' Ei.vuhamton, June 25.
' Tbe Democrats here bave to-day hoisted
their flag with) tbe names of Breckinridge
and Lane.' The Binghamton Democrat, Siena
tor Dickinson's bom organ, will be eat to
morrow in favor of Breckinridge and Lane.
It now looks asthough Douarla would not
receive one hundred votes in tbe county of
T y i r 1 1 . 7.
nnwur. isicatusou win support ureoKlu
ridge and Lane. ,
. Tbe Breckinridge democracy, through
their speakers on Saturday, indignantly re
pudiated the idea of their being disunionista
In any sense of the term. But they dared
not deny that almost every disunionist and
secessionist in the country is to be found in
their ranks, standing and fighting -side by
side with -them for Brecxinridge. Mr.
Ewdco was especially energetic in repelling
the imputation of disunion. Mr. Ewisg
knows that in the canvass of 1852, one of the
strongest objections urged against General
Scott, in the South, was the supposed influ
ence that Seward would have in bis adminis
tration if elected. And this hypothesis was
made a strong ground of objection to that
firm and patriotic old hero. Yet Mr. Ewtno
seems not to be able to sec how Mr. Breck
inridge can be objected to when tbe whole
body of the fire-eaters and disunionists are
supporting him. And what is more, Mr.
Breckinridge stands upon tbc platform of
the secedcre at Charleston, who were led by
Yanckt and the Alabama delegation whom
he controlled.- Mr. Ewrxc and the Breckin
ridge orators cannot relieve the party from
these well-known facts by a simple repudia
tion of disunion sentiments on their own
part. They bad just as well make up their
minds to meet the question fairly at once.
They must either deny the existence of the
disunion feeling altogether, or they must
admit that their party contains its foremost
champions within its bosom.
Encouraging for Breckinridge. Tbe Re
publican journals, without exception, prefer
Breckinridge to Douglas. They are doing
all they can to exalt thi one and to degrade
the other. If Breckinridge do become
the favorite of tbe Northern Democracy, it
will not be the fault of the Republican
Direct Trade with France. From a
Norfolk paper we learn that a company, com
posed of well known leading firms in Pari,
has been formed, with a capital of four hun
dred thousand francs, for the purpose of
carrying on direct trade with that port.
This is a move in the right direction, and
should be encouraged by every possible
means. When tbe South conducts her own
importation, and her own exchange dirtct, she
will begin to secure for herself, to use in
building up her own seaports and iuland
cities, a portion of the enormous profits which
bave enabled Northern men to accumulate
princely fortunes and erect palatial mansions
2TMr. Buchanan supports Mr. Breckin
ridge indeed the latter may be said to be
the candidate of the former. But who sup
ports Buchanan ? Alas 1 there is none who
have the hardihood to follow bim in his de
scent, or who have the moral courage to
speak a kind word in bis behalf.
The Baltimore Republican, after hesitating
a while, has concluded to support tbe seces
sion ticket. The Republican makes a mistake.
It ought to bave followed the example of the
Philadelphia Monitor, eschewed sectionalism,
and hoisted the glorious b:nner of Constitu
From the Ruck Itland (III.) Argus, June 2).
Letter from IIou. A. II. Stephens.
It will be recollected that at our late
county convention resolutions were intro
duced by Dr. Gregg, and unanimously adopt
ed, approving the late letter of Alexander
H Stephens, of Georgia, in favor of non-intervention,
and rebuking the seceders. Hav
ing forwarded a copy of tbe proceedings to
Mr. Stephens, we bave received from bim the
following letter acknowledging their recep
tion. It will be read with pleasure by all
who love the union of tbe States :
Crawfordville, Ga., June 9, 1860.
J. B. Danforth, Jr, Esq., Rock Island,
Illinois Dear Sir: Your kind note of the
30th ult. baa been duly received, with the
accompanying resolutions. Allow me to
return you my thanks lor the same. I feel
under great obligations to your Democratic
county conventiou, for the ierm3 in which
they were pleased to speak of the sentiments
and principles of my late letter referred to.
These principles, I am quite confident, con
stitute the only basis on which tbe nation
ality of the Democratic party can be pre
served, and the union of the States main
tained. Shonld the Democracy ever abandon the
doctrine of non-intervention, so long estab
lished as their creed, they will, I fear, be de
moralized forever. It is very gratifying to
me to know that the sentiments 1 proclaimed
to the people of Georgia are so cordially re
ceived and endorsed in Illinois. This shows
that all patriotism in this country bas not
yet degenerated into nothing but sectional
ism. The signs of the times, however, are
ominous of evil, and it will require, iu my
judgment, every effoit of the wise and tbe
good, everywhere, to sustain ths cause of the
Constitution and the country, against the
assaults which now threaten the existence of
But my object was barely to acknowledge
the receipt of your favors, (the letter with
its enclosure, as well as the paper,) and to
return my thanks to you and the Democracy
of Rock Island county, for the feeling thus
manifested towards me.
Yours, most respectfully,
Alexander H. Stephens.
Well, Mr. Stephens, what do you think
now Tbe Baltimore Couveutiou bas met,
disrupted, and adjourned, since you wrote
the above. Has not tbe work of that con
vention demoralized tbe democratic party
forever I Is not the democratic party "utterly
and irretrieveably demoralized and lost?"
We would like to know your views upon the
subject. To us the demoralization : of the
party appears to be complete. Interested
leaders may attempt to disguise the truth,
but they cannot. It is too plain and palpa
ble for that. .
t he Slaveholder,
Is tbe title of a paper printed at Cahaba,
Ala., and devoted to tbe dissemination of ex
treme Southern sectional doctrines. It is,
of course., a disunion sheet. It hails, with
pleasure, the nomination of Breckinridge
and Lake. In its issue of tbe 28th June, it
spoke of the nomination as follows : .
The Southern Ticket,
We hoist to-day, as bur choice of nomina
ted candidates for the Pretidency and Vice
Presidency, the names of John C. Breckinridge,
of Kentucky, and Joe Lane, of Oregon.
Oar selection is made with special refer
ence to the principles we have heretofore ad
vocated, tbe most prominent, controlling of
which is. an union of Ou Southern peopleor the
protection of our Southern instiluUons.
Bell and Everett are the candidates of a
National parly Douglas and Fitzpatrick
(Johnson now!) are tbe candidates of a Na
tional party but Breckinridge and Lane are
the candidates ot a Southern Constitutional par
ty. The National Union party have Bell and
Everett the National Squatter ' Sovereignty
party have Douglas and Fitzpatrick -and the
Southern Democracy, which broke up the Na
tional organization of the once powerful De
mocracy of the United States, for the protec
tion of the South, have Breckinridge and
Lane. What Southern man can hesitate in
bis choice? Tbe action of which convention
tends more to unite the South? Which cou
vention has gone further to breakup National
parties, and break the spell which heretofore
bas held the Union paramount to Slavery f
Which ticket is most Southern, that which is
nominated by the South, or that which is nomi
nated by a National party? If tbe preservation
of Southern institutions is more desirable
than their destruction, then the Southern candi
dates e.re the men for -the South to support.
Tbe Southern States, "in a crisis like this,
would not, could not, and bave sot, nomina
ted a ticket which is not sound to the core, '
Houston for Bell. Tbe Augusts, (G a.)
dtroniclt bas Information , direct from Texas
that Sam Houston espouses the cause of Bill
and Everett. - Good for Sax.
The Washington correspondent 'of tbe
Cincinnati Enquirer says Gov. Johnson and
Hon. A. II. Stephens intend to canvass the
State of Georgia for Douglas, - .
The Artesian Well' at Colcjibcs. Tbe
Columbus (Ohio) State Journal, of lat Mon-
- This great public work has been slowly
: ".,,: tl finiiara with
progressing . isieijr, iu --'u- -
but little evidence of a prospect for water;
but now at a depth of twenty-four hundred
and sixty-three feet, toe augur ia working
in the nicest white sandstone, just the forma
tion in which the exhaustless supplies of
pure water arc found by. Artesian wells.
The contractor and all concerned, are
cheered beyond measure by thiscircamstanoe,
and entertain strong expectations of reach
ing water very soon. - . "
Tho Condition of the Northwest.
We publish in another part of this paper
a very comprehensive and thorough report
on the Northwestern States Illinois, Iowa,
Wisconsin and Minnesota drawn from ac
tual observation. This report is especially
devoted to tbe subjects of the crop3 and
financial prospects, matters ot tne greatest
import to many of our readers. Every one
is aware that Western land speculation,
which had been a fever for many years, rose
-to the dignity of an epidemic during the flush
'times of 1853. When the crisis of 1857
came, the Northwest suffered more terribly
than any other section of country. The
South and Southwest received only a tem
porary shock, and recovered on tbe strength
of their next cotton crop, which was in ex
cess over any that bad preceded it. The
Central States rallied next, and New Eng
land last of all, except the West, where a
succession of thort crops crippled tbe re
sources of tbe country, and prevented tbe
farmers from paying their debts to the local
traders, who were consequently unable to
buy in the great marts of the East. Thus
bince 1857 tbe West bas been struggling gal
lantly under a load of debt, and waiting pa
tiently with a firm conviction that the tide
would soon take a turn.
Under all these circumstances it will be
especially interesting for parties who have in
terests at the West, to be informed as to the ex
act condition of things there at present, and
this information may be obtained from our re
port, wbicb treats the subject and its divis
ions namely, the causes which led to the
financial rain of the West, the present aspect
of affairs there, the railway system, immi
gration, quality and price of land in the sev
er 1 States, in a clear and comprehensive
It will be seen Iht although financial mat
ters in tbe West are not in the most prosper
ous condition, yet the crop prospect is gen
erally very favorable, though south of the
fortieth paralel of latitude the drought bas
done much injury.
As to the future of the great Northwest
there can be but one opinion. Wheu ils
broad prairies phall bave yielded their wealth
to tbe hard .bands ot the husbandman
when its cities and towns shall teem
with a population to ba accounted by mil
lions, when its grand railway enterprises
shall bave been completed and the time for
all these things is not so very far distant
the West will be the wonder ot the world.
Just now thiugs do not lock so brightly as
they might, but the reaction must come, and
the country will be all the better, its faith
the surer, and its good name the stronger,
for the chastisement it bas gone through.
The West has sown its wild oats, and is pre
paring for a crop cf more valuable grain.
jV. Y. Herald, 29iA.
New Jerset. The Trenton (N. J.) Irue
American., whose editor, as a delegate at
Baltimore, voted against Douglas, has hoisted
the flag of Douglas and Johnson, believing
that the Democratic masses of New Jersey
are for them.
SThe Hoo. Humphrey Marshall has
publicly announced himself a BrccUiuridge
and Lane Democrat. If he expected to sur
prise or disappoint anybody by the annuncia
tion, wc guese he will be disappointed him
self. Humphrey is an able man, but our
party always found it a great trouble to keep
him. There was a never-ending anxiety as
to what he would say and what be would do
and where he would go. If we have lost him,
we have, tbank heaven, lost the anxiety with
him. We are sorry that it is difficult to fill
his place in respect to ability, but glad that
it is impossible to fill it so far as other things
are concerned. Our opponents have got the
elephant; and now we wonder what they will
do with if. We don't think Humplftey will
keep himself out of night his new friends
will be sure to "see the elephant" before long.
Well, let him "Hump" himself.--Louisville
A Democratic Lament.
Tbe Chicago Herald, an Anti-Douglas Dtm
cratic journal, thus sentimentally mourns
over the demise of its party:
Sadly and slowly this lamp of the patriot
bas grown dim and shadowy. Long contin
ued peace and prosperity have planted the
canker at tbe heart of the great National De
mocracy. Personal ambition, ractional bate
and the spoils of office have been at work.
Tbc old giant, that has so often crushed out
opposition, totters aud reels like a drunken
man. Disagreement, strife, hatred and re
venge sit in tbe holy seats torn from the hands
of impartiality and friendship. The times
are very sick almost nnto death.. Reason
lias succumbed to passion, and mad selfish
ness has triumphed over love of country and
loyalty to party principles'. The Democracy
at Baltimore, as well as at Charleston, have
shown sad evidences that we have fallen on
evil times. Discord, selfishness, envy and vio
lence have met us at every step. The frater
nity of tbe party has been destroyed, its prest
ige annihilated, und its organization disrup
ted. Such bas been the goal to which tbe men
who now have the lead of the Democratic par
ty have at length hurried the party of Jeffer
son aud Jackson.
Pertinent. Tha Memphis Appeal places an
article from the Mobile Register in its editori
al columns, thus endorsing juid giving it
prominence. The article relates to the Balti
more seceders. The closing paragraph is as
as follows :
These seceder6 form themselves into an in
dependent convention claiming to be the only
true national one. What right bad those from
Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky or Ten
nessee, to take so grave a step ? They were
elected on platforms eminently conservative.
Virginia and North Carolina were for tbe re
affirmance of the Cincinnati platform, pure
and simple. Tbe platforms of Kentucky and
Tennessee wc bave printed in pamphlet form,
side by side with those of Illinois, Indiana
and Ohio, to show the people of Alabama that
the Democracy of tbe North and South stood
fraternally on common ground Did any new
expression of tie popular will warraut these
delegates in exceeding their instructions? No
because wherever iu those States there had
been such expression, it was, with scarcely
noticeable exceptions, in approbation of their
moderate course at Charleston ! Neither of
those four States moved a finger in response
to the appeal for a convention at Richmond.
What right, then, had these delegates in leav
ing the national convention? what credentials
had they to tbe other? How can they still
claim to be national Democrats?
, So wins Wheat after midwinter.
It will be remembered that in tbe early
part of tbe month of December last, there
occurred a freeze which pretty well destroyed
tbe wheat crop then upon the ground. Some
few fields in cei tain localities escaped, while
about three fourths of tbe crop was destroy
ed. This being discovered some time in the
month of January, some of our citizens were
induced to resow; and which was done about
the last of the month, there being a spell of
moderate weather. Some made light of the
experiment, as being a waste of the wheat
thus sown. Tbe experiment, however, was
tried, and the result bas fully proven that
wheat may be sown after midwinter in this
climate and make a good yield.
. We are informed by Dr. R. E. Fain, of this
county, that bis sowiug bas produced an ex
cellent crop, be bead and grain being of fine
size and quality. The Doctor stated a fact,
too, that is not in accordance to what was
supposed relative to the branching of wheat,
it being tbe opinion of those sowing that it
was not likely to branch when sown ia the
latter part of the winter or the early part of
spring; and to have a good stand it should
be sown thicker on the. ground than is usual.
But Dr. F. stated no us that his branched as
though sown in the fall or nearly so, he hav
ing counted as many as twenty stalks grow
ing from one grain.
We believe the wheat sown was of rather
an earlier kind than some called the Ballard
wheat, and wbicb is frequently sown in ths
early part or middle , of ; winter. CoolmlU
Time: . : v ' Vv ;;-u-is
J ifTbe Chairman ot the Douglas National
Executive Committee, Acgcbtk Eexjiont;
is said to possess a fortune of $10,000,000.
Geo W. Rioos, one of the wealthiest bankers
in the Union, is on the Breckinridge Com
mittee. '. : '' - -
' ilcLcA' CohMaI- As maj-be seen we Insert
this week tbe adrertiesmaot of McLean's CorUi,&c.
It is very wen known we are not particularly fa
vorable to patent medic ices, and, as a general thing,
eschew tbe whole of them with little ceremony,
and wi'h these sentiments we doclincl inserting this
advertisement until we knw what were tbe ingre
dients of the modiciae.aud how compounded. Tbia
we hare learned ,aod believing, as wo do, that the
ingredients are goo I, and the compound Judiciously
made, we reoanmenj . as a mixture worthy of
public confidence. . ' ; -
The above is from the Si. Losis CLrUti&n Advo
cate, edited by the celebrated Rev. Dr. McAnally,
wDich speaks volumes in favor of McLean's Cordial.
We say to all, try it. Sec tho adrertbemcnt in an
other column. , '--:' , - jaael2-lm
Holloway'a Fills. For Indigestion, Stom
ach and Liver Complaints, they haTe long borne the
palm.. They iacrea.se the appetite, invigorate the
stosacb, and cleanse the liver. In bowel complaints
they are equally efficacious, and for sick headache or
lowness of spirits they stand without a rival. Sold
I N S FRANCE
NASH & M AIIR,
WILL do to have i.v case of
Loss or damage by Fire
Tennessee Bonds Deposited
$ 6 0, 0 0 0.
0.sU CapH lepveseiilci
$5,0 0 0,0 0 0.
Xo. 25 College t., Nashville, 'lean.
SMEDLEY, EGAN & CO.,
WeccVving & Forwarding
Lower Wliarf 13 oat,
SCJ-A Share cf Tublic Patronage respectfully so.
JCST RECEIVED BY
JOHN YORK &. CO.
The Kelly s' and tho O'Kellj s by Dr. Thoue.
Margaret ilancrieffe by t barlcs llim'.eit
The Marblo Fawn by tfaw ttiorne.
The l)uches3 of Orleans.
Toe and his Critics.
Mill on IheFloaj.
Life Struggle by Miss Pardoe.
How to enjoy Life.
Fawn of four Acres. -Living
Habits of Good Soceity forLadU-s and Getitleineu.
Lile's Morning Life's Evening.
Notes on Xcrsing by Miss Nightingale.
El Fureidis by author of Lamp Lighter.
Bryant's Eulogy on Washington 'rvmg.
Littl B. ta y by author of Uaniblois Wife.
Mores' Le tiers to Lord Macau lay,
Tylney HaU a iiorel by Thomas Hood.
Throne of l.avid by author of Prince ilouse cf
Hie Flonnce fclories by Jacob Abbott.
Tbc Biblecal Reason Why Word of Ood.
Friera-Wood Poat Office by Hein, of r.edcl.fl.
Mademoiselle Mori a tain of Modern Rome.
Seven Years, and other Stories y Julia Kavauagh.
THE ST. CLOUD I10TEL,
11 ged and lieluruislietl.
TU undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
IIOTKL, has eularged it materially, rod refur
nished it thorougbout iu the moot el gaut nyle, will
open the house to the public on Thursday the 5lh
inst.. SAMUEL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf co
is now open ior the reception ot visitors. On and:
after lueeday the 3d day: 04 July, Mr. Jkssbb
pAKRisn will run an accommodation Oumibu?, leaving
the Seauee House every Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. at., arriving at the Spring
to dinner fare two dollars office cd register t
Sewauec House. The medical qualities of these
Springs are well known. For dyspepsia, diseases of
the liver, and lor complaints incident to females,
they are unsurpassed. There are five salpbur
springs of different qualities, besides free stone aud
uewlj discovered chalybeate.
Terms Per Day.. . $1 60
Month .....30 00
Horee per week 3 to
Children and servants holf price.
WM. f. YEA1MANT,
K. J. KRKIDEB,
june30-2ia. - Superintendents.
F.AST LINE EAST!
COMMENCING ON JUNE lltu.
f tittle Miami and Columbus aud
ClX'Il, HAMILTON & DAYTON
1860 mmm i860
From CINCINNATI to
Boston in S2J hours. New York in S0 hours.
Philadelphia iu 26 tiours. Baliiinore in 24 i hours. .
Saratoga Springs in 2o urs Albany in 25 hours.
Buffi iu in la hours: Dunkirk iu 14 hours.
Cleveland in Hi hours. l'HUsuurg in V2.l hours.
Whoviaud iu b'i hours. Stoubouville iu i0,' h'rs.
Crestline in 6 hours. ZueiViilo in C hours.
&indusky iu 10 hours. 'loie-Jo in 9'i hours.
lleUoil ui 12 Uouis.
Through 'lrainslt&veti ii.iui in vs:
T:30 A. IU. EXPRESS From Littt.e Miami
Depot, auu from Cincinnati, Hamilton it Dayton
Depot, counocis via. Columbus, Cleveland, Iiunkirk
and Bullalo; via Columbus, Crestliueaud fill burs;
via Columbus, bteubeutvi.lo aud PilUburg; via
Columbus, Bell tar aud Pittsburg; via Coiuuibus,
Bel lair andBenwood. - -
7:30 A. 91. EXPREji From Cocinnati,
Hamilton Day loll im.-jhji , aiso connects via Lima,
Toledo, Detroit aud Uusada; via Iwyton, CI de ami
10 A. KI. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, connects via Columbus, Bellinr aud Benwoou;
via Columbus, Uelliar ana Pittsburg; vi-i Columbus,
Crestline and Piltsomg; via Columbus, Cleveland ,
Dunkirk aud Buualo.
6 1. III. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Uam
iltou a Way lou iopul, va Lima, Toledo, Detroit aud
Canada; via Ouylou, Clyde audSNiudusky. ,
Modem Sleeping Cars on litis Train,
11 1. 31. EX Pit ESS From LiUIo Miami
Depot, connects Via lluuuib us, Meubcusvillu aud
Pittsburg; via Columbus, Beiliar and 1'iUsburg; via
Columbus, tiellUr au-J Deuwood; via Columbus,
Crestline and 1'iUiburg; via Colniubuj, Clevelaud,
Dunkirk .mi o.
.Uod pi us Cars ou tlais Train.
Passengers for Laka S teamen, leaving Cincin
nati ttt 7:30 A. at., have o nuura m Cleveland.
.Leaving at 10 A. M., make direct connection.
The C P. M. Exprese, Saturdays, mjlus all con
nections as adctrtvssd, except for Detroit
ltd points in Canada. ;
Thd NiLt Express runs Daily , Saturdays except
ed... Ail otuer tiaius ruu Dally, aaluruays excepted.
Iraius run by COi.UaBUS TIME, which is7 Maiutts
.. taster tual C1J.CLNNAU X1MK.
race Checked Through to
all Eastern Cities.
- jttjf Passenger sb.-aid bear ia mind that the
"UAClN.NATi ' is tho OLD aud FAVOttlTE KCT.
Connections are tnaue - prouiully, jthe Kuads are
thoroughly BALLAl'eai,, and all moueru improve
ments adopted luturinx BrfeUGoMFOKt aud Sa k.TV.
Til RO iu G 11 TICKETS
Are told at all the PRINCIPLE RAILROAD TICKET
OFFICES In the WEST and SOUTH. ' Ask for Tickets
Via CINCINNATI. " .
P. W. SiKADER, General Txkei Ag't, Ciu'ti.
juueSO-tf . ' - '
Notice to Stockholders!
... . ... . .- - - -
Naabvilf e and CHattauooga Ballroad.
r f SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. ; ' , -
lVaUvllIe, June'8th, I8OO.
IX pursuance of a resolution passed by the Stock
holder ot the SASiiVIilC AN I CHATTANOOGA
KA1E&DAD COMPANY ou the 4th day f December
M, the Mockiiohier Iu aaid conipauy will ba ear
tied tree of charge over the tfoad oo Uie 3d, 4th and
rtU day of July, at their pleasure, by exhibiting
6hehr eertittcatea of Uuck to the jonductor. . -v
JoseSO-ttt. , .-.,.' w , -W. E. CuLEjSup't
, , Canary Cages 5
JTXST received, 200 assorted Caiary Bird Cage ol
all styles, colors and price, ec me as baadgoiM
as ever brought to this market. For aalo low by
f'oS-tf i. W. WJLSOi.
" w. u.cbi5p,..7. .. ..... .. ..idsn e.
WORLD STAR BA ND
MESSRS. L0XG & WELLS'
: Unrivaled Troupe r Artists.
FOB OXE WEEK OXLY,
Couimeiicing Monday, July 2.
-Excelsior baud of tlio World,
Selected from the best perfu rmers of New York,
Philadelphia and New Orleans. Among the Stars,
observe the following names, of acknowledged
talent and superiority:
B. A. Cotton, '
Sam Gardner, -J.
F. Warn bold,
J. W. Adams,
- Gco.M. Uill,
Char les Young,
Doors open at 7 o'clock, Performance coinrncuc
at S.'a o'c lock.
PKICE3 OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle a-id Parquettc, 5D cents; Second Cir
cle, 25 cents, Colored Gallery ,25 cents
Y 1VAB11E afc Ia V5 1. V,
Job Eota of Eloots and Shoes.
WE have a large invoico of Qr&t quality of Boots
and Shoes, which we will sell at a great bar
gain Tor cash, or four months prompt iaprr. Call
immediately as they must bo sold, at our Ware rooms
up stairs, No. Tl.
junt 2-lf . TP.ABUE t LUC-S -
Bartholl's Sewing Machine,
The Best in Use,
No 29 opposite the Sewanee House.
3 O 11 X OUiv fe CO
HAVE removed their Eook-EinUe ry y i
and Blank-Book Manufactory to i"tS,
tue Baptist Publishing House, next
house below IcrIas& Co.. north
Market street, Nc. 6J, 2d door from the Square and
will be glad to see all ueir old customers aud invito
new onus that w.ici work in our li:ie. We are pre
pared to make blank Books in the best manner and
after any given pattern. Particular attention will be
paid to the Binding of Periodicals and old Books.
Our prices arc as low as tue lowest. Tho Ftyluof
work can be Keen at tho Bindery ortore ou Union
street. Looks left at either place will receive im
mediate attention, febll-iusdlf
One (if (he most Popular aud BcncTo!fiit
On Dcaderick. street,
TTHE Dot-tor himself is an old 'Practitioner, f'om
L the old and tbit country, bcn.gau-cady 15 years
in America, having niantully and honorably t-nr-mouuteil
all the trials ol the new world, aud bat
tled und conquered death ol the whole range ol dis
eases of our different climates, Souln and North, so
tuat the fnme of his success iu the trca'oueul of gen
eral aud private diseases is indisputable, tor which
he has the most reliable references.
Special aluuliou paid to diseases of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feels, in gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate cses, for to
illustrate his skill, be is conversant with the Ameri
can, French and German languages, aud always
ready to tender his advice and tervies with polile
uets, confceieutioui-nets and discretion.
Persons at a distance may have his advice and
mediciuts by consulting Lim through loiters, inclos
ing a fee, t Post-ollice Uox Xo. 32t.
His Family Residence is ou North Market street.
Magazines autl JN'c spapers.
Harper's New Monthly Magazine for Ju'y;
Frank Leslie's Monthly and Gazette of Fashion lor
Godey's Ladies Book for July;
Tetcrsou's Magazine for July ;
Knickerbocker Monthly Magazine for July;
The London Illustrated News, weekly;
Wilke's Spirit cf the Times, weekly ;
Porter'tSpir ofthe Times, weekly; .
Warerly Magazine, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civilizaion, weekly ;
Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
Xew York Ledger, weekly ;
New York Mercury ; New York Weekly ;
For sale by JOHN YCRK A CO.,
uue20-tf No. 88 Union street.
Valuable Real Estate
F Ott S A 1, K .
I AM now offering at private sale my family resi
dence, adjoining tbe town of Waver ly, iu the
county of Humphreys, situxted immediately ou tbe
main itage road from Natlivillo to Memphis and
wilbiu half a mile of the Nathvill-3 aud North, west,
em Railroad, containing about li acres of laud
well improved. A neat and comfortable dwelling,
house, kitchen and other necessary out houses, a
good well of never-failing water, A-c, &c.
Also, my turn- in Benton couuty, immediately on
the stage road, and within one mile of tbe N. & N.
W. Railroad, c-nt fining about 260 acres, 100 of wnich
is iu cultival.on. There ar.e aiso four good Grass
Lots, well situated as to stock water, with a never
failing supp!y both Icr stock and family use. Tbe
tniproveumts consist of a neat and oemmodious
Dareliing-house, with Kitchens and other necessary
out houses. This place is well ktiown to the travel
ing community as Clark's Tavern Stand, Ove miles
lrom the Tennessee river, and four miles lroni the
town of Camden, Benton couuty, Tenn.
Terms l.ber.il. - For further particulars apply to
the subscriber near Waverly, Humphreys co.,Tenn.
Junel4-4w C. W. WVfcri.
CKTSTALIZED WISDOM ART OF FORETELLING
FU1URE tVENTS. Full, accurate aud practical
disclosures of tne secrets or Astrology, Chiromany,
Narratives, Gcomancy. Thirty-two combinations,
embracing almostevery conceivable phase of human
life . Phy siouomy aud Metoposcopy, History, Narra
tives, in: ., au uul'ailiug gnido in all aUiiirs of lite, in
plaiu aud uuinistakable language. One of the most
beautiful of Books, largo octavo size, rich )y bound,
kill edge, iulcrestiug,aud Wuo euravings. Think of
the price lor tuth a book only SI 24, to pre-pay
postage! Price, $1 24, postage pro-paid, for one copy
and no lower-price for auy number.
rj- Address W. U. KAfUAEl., No. 24 East
Fouil'i street, Cincinnati, Ohio, where he has re.
sided for the latt threu years. Prof. R. coutioucs
to promptly answer all communications containing
one stamp, requiring bis services, as the only scion ti
tle Astrologer now livioir. If my Astrological Al
manac is ordered, au extra stamp must be inclcsed.
Prof. R. would iniorm his innumerable correspond
ents throughout the Uuiou, in the Canada?, and in
England, that he is now permanently located ia Cin
ciuuaii, Ohio. June2S-4t.
'lelegraph CUalybeate Springs, -
This water is brought rour hundred feet in ten seconds.
fT'akes pleasure in informing t'ae public that be is
X now ready to wait on all who may lavor him
with a call.
This Spring is situated on the ast side of Cumber
land river, at the eud of tho wire bridge. Families,
krom $4 to 6; One Person, $2; by the drink, 6 cents.
rajrnieiu id aavance.
- ANALYSIS. J - '- . :
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate at Lime, Sulphate of
Magnesia, Sulphate of Lime, Murtu'e of Magnesia,
Muriate of Soda.
Tbe speciflo gravity of thi fresh werfr wag
1.01222 distilled water being takej as a standard.
I understand that the water bus already been ben
eficial to several invalids. It will be beneficial to a
greater degree wheu taken frcth from Uie Spring.
I should pronounce it stimulantnnd ton.c, and adapt
ed, consequently , to cases of debility, accompanied
with ananomkj condition of tha system, and contra .
indicated in plethoric and infUmaiorv states.
There is aa doubt that tbe Spring kept by Mr. W.
Dcxx at the eastern end of Uie But pension Bridge is
good Chalybeate water, and that it is adapted lo
many diseases of debility. IU. W. Hl, M. K.
Thompson, M. D.,Heury Carow, M. D.,T. R. Jen
nings, M. J)., Boyd Mc.Vairy, at. D.,R-C.K Martm,
M.D. . " - ., june28-2in.
Southern Trunk Manufactory.
FAS SETT & CU0SS3UN, '-'.v
KO. 61 MABKTT STREET NASHYILLE,' TESN.;
Maniifaetnrcrs ' and , Wholesale and Bttail
; - Nuun t ait sixne or ; j."
LADIES MD CSATS' TBATELI.XG TBl'SKS.
; BONNET BOXES v
Valises, Carpet Bags, &c, &.c
DESIRE to call the Attention of all Utoaa ia Trait of
anything inour3u, (wiioleaala or ratal lt) to
examiue our stock before- purchasing elsewhere, as
wa are ondeit that re can a si las tow as any otlter
boose ia tbe city. Oar stock ' alt of our own man.
nfactura aud is made of the best material and by
flrst-clasi workmen. AH must admit tha wisdom of
buying work made at home, in preference to baying
that made at tbe Fan expressly tor Jobbing.
We etpeciiliy iovile tue atti.-uUoo pf the J adjes to
: r: ; PATEXT TBDM lrC2 IAEIES;
- Tttiaa compartments f-r Iloaneia, Dresses, Tara
sols, Brushes, and a water-proof compartment for
Sponges, OUa, id. : i
AU kinds of Trunks made Ui order, covered or re
paired, at thort notice. Gir as a call, at 51 Market
street .two doors South of tho Square.
joaa-dly FA SETT a CB OfSMAN,
Redaction in the Price of Feed.
Prime. Timotfcy Bar at $25 p?r Ton.
Corn at 15 conta per Bushel ; bo Charge for Sacks.
A. JEN KIN S
; No. 14 Market street,
IS now ffertoV HAY and CORX at tfce above prices
and bas also on hand . .
Fresh Ground Meal; '. . ' .
Extra Family and Superfine Flour; -.
late Red Potatoes, for June plant ids: .
Millet Seed; . - . . .
' -;- Hunirarian Grass Seed;- - .
100 barrels Hydraulic Cement. ' "
S- AU of which he offers at the lowest Cash prt-f-
iM - . v - A. JKNKLV3,
jnue21-tf No. J4 street.
Flags! Flags! Flags! -
AND DECORATIONS of kinda Md Blxe8 f
t rlt iaiy.' P0!1"" other celebrations.
LUCK, 45 Union street U now prepared to furnish
th-iaacve in any q ian 4 , wholesale aud retaiL Al
so, Fireworks of all kl s. Ordeis . distance
promptly attended lo. - JOHN LUCK
. juuo31-tf . . .
Negro Man for Sale.
T AM offering, at a bareain . an A No. 1 Necro Man
L for Sale, aged 6 years. He bas bad considera
ble experience on a farm. aud takine care of stock:
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
uii soon ii you want a Bargain.
, junel9-tf . . Cedar street.
H. K. FOWLER & CO.,
Xo. 53 Cherry street,
TTAVTXG always on hand a fine variety of Sonps,
aa t res n iso, rorter House Steaks, Meats of all
kiud and variety. A so.everv variet v of Vegetables
on hand, ready and served to order in the best of
style, would reFpertfully invite the attenUou of their
irieu is ana tbe public to give them a calL
J. K. FOWLER & CO..
No. t3 Cherry eL,one door from Adam's Express
umce, in o;onaae uuiMlngs. - June22
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union k American Block, Cherry st,
A RE Jutt in reccij-t of their EC S-'ER STCCK
Fine Tints and Brandies;
Scotch Ale and London rter;
Light AVines for Sun.mer use;
French Cordial and Syrnps;
Hermetically te.iled Goods of every description;
English and Frccch TruX", Tickles, Sauces and
Extra Fine Green and B lack Teas; f L Louis Crack
ers, Olive Oil.S. a Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongues,
tllivrs, Cassin,Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isinglas,
Gellatine, Preserves, Cracknel B:rc nits, Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, ic. "
We keep constantly on uanj cr ry thing pertaining
t the supply of Families.
' It. It. S.XOWUES tc CO.
The Vi fit uncled Success
Which has of late attended the use of
Ia. IS. SWKVA'S
MED CATED SOAP
INDUCES us to call tbe attention of all those afflict
ed with files to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial effects. It is the only prep ra
tion that can be relied on for a permanent and spee
dy cure. It yiu are atliicted try Hat once. and be
carelul to use no other medicine in connection vrilh
it. It is compounded uuder the supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui a the money if no cure pro
ceeds from its use.
JtW For sale at Deinoville's aud PeGrove's, and
by other Druggists. - junel6-tf
(j LOSING SALE
r c ss Gr ood s !
NOT w is-hine to carry ever at v portion of our
SUM il lilt STOCK, we'have this day
REDUCED THE PRICES
of everything in
Regardless of Cost.
3- Persons cot yet supplied will do well to ex
amine them, as we are cctnmited to CLOSE THEM
OCT. K. C. McNAIRY a CO.
3 MILES FROM SUA WS YDZLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased this WA.
TURING PLACE in October last, hav thorough
ly repaired and furnished it with entirely new lur
niture of the bert class, and ill open it lor the re
ception ol Visitors ON THK 15TH DAY OF JUNE.
- H'.ving increased accommodations, and mala lib
eral arrangements for the comfort of their guests,
they flatter themselves that but few (if auy) Water
ing Places will allord the tame attractions as this.
It is situated in the countv of Montgomery, 3 V
miles from SHAWSViLLB DEPOl, (Va.and Tena.
K. R.) on tbe banks of the Roanoke river, aud is sur
rounded by some of tbe most beautiful and attrac
tive scenery, to be found among tha Mountains of
Virginia the Water bas acquired such a reputation
la the last few years, that it is unnecessary to say
anything in eummeudation of it. It is now consid
ered a specific for tbe worst forms of Dyspepsia, and
a remedy lor aliCuiaueons Diiases, disordered con
ditions of the Stomach, Bowe's and Liver, and lor
prostration of Uie nervous system. We might ap
pend a number of certificates lrom Physicians and
others acquainted with iu merits, and to these might
be added ad infiniiunt
Passengers will be nut at Riawsrille by Four
Horse Omnibusses, to convey them over a new road
to tbe Springs. Persons leaving Baltimore, Wash
ington, Richmond and Petersburg in the morning,
arrive at tbe Springs the same any; that from Uie
South will find the same conveyance on the arrival
of each train.
junel4-dlin BOOTH, COLHOCN A CO.
An Invoice of Xcrrschanm Pipes.;
JCPT received a fino assortment of Fancy aad
Plaiu Meerschaum Pipes, with Amber, Jesmine,
and China Stems, whi-h will be sol I cheap at pri
vate sale by BEXJ. F. SHIELDS CO.,
junela-tf ... . - Centra! Aucuoa Rooms.
A Desirable Dwellin g. for Reiit.
ONE of the most desirable residences ia tha city
is exposed for rent for the balanca ofthe year.
It is wiUim Are minutes walk of the Square, quits
retired, and contains seven good rooms, with plen
ty of out rooms. A good two story brick stable, car
riage house, Ac Enquire of
. iuue27-lm i- R. GLASCOCK A CO.
AVI CT U) X WAIaII
' OF - .- - - '
Entire Stoclt Under Attach-
Hent .- . -.
TJENJ. F. SHIELDS k CO., will proceed to sell at
tbe Store, No. IS Public Square, next door to w.
H. Camoao's Jewelry Store, on account of W. C.
Show, CD. C.coinmeuciug a Thursday aaornir.g,
July 6th, at 10 o'clock, the entire contents ot the
Store, No. 15 Public Square, with countere,Shlvi-g,
Oil Cloths and Fixtures. The stock consists of Em
broideries, Laces, Ribbnna, a large stock of Silk
Trimmings, Ladies' aad Children's Furnishing Goods,
with a never coding variety Dot to be enumera
ted. Ladies are invited, and also dealers, who will
ftud it to their interest to attend. Tbe Store ia for
Bent. BFXJ. F SHIELDS CO.
, une35-td '"' - , , ,
CAYCE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE underlined respectfully Inform bis old
friends and Uie poblio generally that the above
watering place will ba opened for the reception o
Visitors on the 1st day of June.
- Ho has a Urge Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, Ac.
for tha amusement of his visitors. These springs
bave as flu. medicnial aualiti aa an v in aha i.u
All who are afflicted with Dyepepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache. Ac, would do well to give them a triaL
Ha bas Sulphur, Chair beato and Free uunii
all of tha very best kind.- The gprings are situatedaj
iu a pioasant neaiiny locality, 19 tiles South of
aim o mies west of lliompeoa's Station.
He woqmI aay lo alt who may favor hjro w.th a visit
that no pains will be spared lo make ita plcaiautone.
Board per week. ; : . i - t - v: i $SW
do. " day. : s : i i - : . 1 4
Single meal, i . r ; ; : ! : ' Jii
Cbildrea under 11 yearsaad servants half price.
Keeping Horse per wevk, r ! s M
-' All extra troub la extra charge.
AaT-The hack will meet the cars atTboaspsoaSta.
tkm op Mondays, Wednesdays aad Friday , ia tha
morning, aad Tuesdays. IhursJays uBd Saturday
in tbe evening. W. CAYCE.
JuBe20-tf , . .. .
Scnttjihs f:r t!:s llzri Tires,
JUST received, by express, two hundred Looiai
anaAuakapas pair of Paotagooas that aero
nsver kaoaa W wear out at MCafh.
j0neSS-2vr . laaare.
Banaer and Untoa aad Amtricas . y ou week
aad charga this oSice. .
. Enorlish . Books;
W. T. BERRY & CO.
HATE JUST RECEIVED,
THE TEN' YEARS' CO.VFUcf ;' being U.e History l
tne iMsrupuoB w toe cuarcU of Scotland, by Bo
ber Buchanan, D. D. 2 vols. 8 ro., talf alf.
Portrai a- '.. - '.. .
ETFINMiOTZ'3 HISIORY OF THE JEfCITi. . vote
ra . half calf. "
FOX'S ACTS AXD MONUMENTS OF THE CHURCH, if
wua Portraits and Memoirs, embracing 8 vols., 8
. ' vo , half Rassia. -
Best edition of the famous book of Martyrs.
TODD'S UF3R?j3lAXMEB; S vols., 8vo., calf.
PRO VERBS OFXRASMUS; two volumes in one, half
' calf. .
FO?BROKE'S EXCYCLOPEDIA OK ANTIQUITIES; X
vols. 4to, half morocco. "
FOSBROKE'3 FOREIGN TYPOGRAPHY, aa account
of tha Ancient Remains in Africa, Asia and Eu
. rt-pe; 1 voL, 4to.
WRAXALLS rCSTUUMOUS MEMOIRS OF HIS OWN
TIME; S vols. 8 to., half calf; Portraits. .
MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF MARIE ANTOIXEITE,
Queen of France; 2 vols.. cloth.
MAD. DE STALL'S GERM AX Y, 2 vols, ia cot, 8 vo.
vTtw, new etaion, edited by the au- f
Uior,20 vuls.,ciir. f
MARIA EDG EWORTH 'S TALES AXD NOVELS. vol. I
18 mo , half calf. I
SCOTT'S (Sr Walter,) MISCELLANEOUS PROSE
WORK; 3 vols., half cjf.
SCOTT'S LIFE, by Lochhart; 10 rcia., half calf
SCOTT'S POETICAL WORKS; 10 vols., half calf.
SCOTT'S WAVERLY NOVELS; 48 rota., half mo- '
CAMPBELL'S SPECTMEX OF THE BRITISH POETS,
with Biographical and Critical Notices; 1 vol.,
CRABB'S r.lCriON'AKY OF CEyEBALatXOWLEDGE
1 vol.,8vo. . ' i
ROSCOE'S TIALL.VN NOVELISTS, from the earliest '
period, 4 vols., half calf.
i.vt, o m. utAutAL BIOGRAPHICAL DKTIOXA- I
R r , tho articles contributed by tha most eminent I
ccnoiars or tne day, complete in 12 vela,. Svo.
WHEWELL ON THE PHILOSOPHY OF DISCOVERY,
WHEW ELL'S HISTORY OF THE l.VDUCTIT SCI
ENCES, 3 vols. 12 mo. " '
MILL'S PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL ECONOMY. 2
OXFORD AND CAMBP.IDGE EiSAYS; 8 vols., half
OXFORD PRIZE ESSAYS, 5 f ols-.ha'J- morocco.
OXFORD TRACTS FOR THE 'HUES, 8 vols. calf.
RELIQUES OF FATHER PBOUT, 1 vol. -
BOS WORTH'S ANGLO SAXON DICTION AE Y, 1 vol.,
STAUNTON'S CUEiS PRAXIS, a Supnlement to tha
Chess Player's hand-book, 1 vol.
D'AUBIGNES HISTORY OF THE REFORMATION;
tew Edition, with numerous One Portraits, 6 vols,
VINET'S STUDIES OF PASCAL, 1 vol.
UFE OF JE-IN PAUL RICHTEft, togeUjcr wiU hia
Auto-biography, translated from tho German.
POETRY OF THE AXTT-JACOBIN, containing tha
cslebrat ed I'olitilical and Satirical Poems, Paro
dies a ud Jeux D'E?pnt or Canning and others. 1
SONUS OF BERAXGER, with aSkeUhof b's Uls. 1
MEMOIRS OF TUE DUKE OF URBINO, illustratmg
the Arms, Arts and Literature of Italy from 1410
to 1630. 1 vol., 8mo., calf.
BULWER'S POEiiS AND DRAMAS, S vols.
SHERIDEN KXOWLFS' DRAMATIC WORKS, 3 vols.
TALFOURD'S DRAMAS, 1 vol.
TAYLOR'S HOLY LIVING AND DYING, 2 vols.
DAILY STUDIES DURING LENT, 1 vol.
A PLAIN COMMENTARY ON THE GOSPELS, 7
A DECADE OF ITALIAN WOMEN, by T. Adolphus
Trollops. 3 vols.
LEADERS OF THE REFORMATION, Luther, C.lvm, ,
Latimer and Knox; by John Talloch, D. D.
W. T. BERRY & CO.,
JuueOU-tf PubUc Square.
HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
Iu tUc Circuit Couvt or r
OS THK BASIS OF THE CODE
Abialiam Carutliers, (i
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON.
For sale in Nashville by '
JOHN YORKv & CO.,
janelo-tf Xa. 88 Union street.
PU R E WINES,
Just received and for sale by
E1IENNE LAMBERT & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry St., Nashville.
Ff CASES genuine Heidsicck Champagne:
UU 60 cases - - pinU;
60 cases Yicos Ceps Champagne J. Laussewre.
60 do Clos Paradis, Chamiagne; '
2S do Chambertv SparkUng Burgundy
100 do Burgundy Wines;
25 do tha tea a auyac Claret; ' .
25 do - pints;
100 do Con tnao Claret, first quality; '
2a do Larusa,LaQte and Margaret;
lo0 do Sherries, the finest brands. -0
do Royal Society Port;
S5 - do Tlios. Hina Brandy: - -'.
10 do Old Cognac;
do assorted Cordials, Paris A Pe r-l3.ua
1 do Absyntfaa Edward Parnet, Coarse- '
-. 15 do I'-eal Turin Vermouth ; . '
2t0 do Italian Wines; ,
80 do Sparkling Nobbiolo;
40 do ao .Bracbetto; -20
do do " Muscat;
60 .do White Asti; .
' ft) do Barolo -t- .-f .
- - SO do Ataccarone, Vermecill!, iVrineUe. etc
$0 do and tin Locua Olive Oil; - '
All our direct European exportaUons per bark Aia
bama. Also. APPENNINE BITTERS, recommeaded by
ha most emineut pbysiciao.
' ET1KNNE LAMBERT fc CO-,
mayls-tf . Ko 68 Cberry Street.
.Corner of Adams and Second streets,"
- Mempliig, Teniu,
HAVE recently fitted up one of the finest
E A T I N G HOUSES
in the Southern country, and serve np to
customers daily all tha luxuries aad deli
cacies of the season.
MEALS furnlsied at all hours la a style
tuateanno tie surpassed.- apr26-tf
I1YGE1A HOTEL, :
Old Point Comfort, Virginia.
THIS favorite Summer resort, celebrated for its
-Una aea baUiing, refreshirg sea breesea aad
abend nee office hsu, oysters and crabs, will be
ready for tba reception of gnettsoa the Irs' of Jane
with Uie recent improvementa, thorough renovation
and painting the establishment will preseataddjUonal
induce menu to pt reins seeking a dehghtf ul Summer
residcace, and with tha strictest attentat to business
aad attentive assistants, we hope to merit a I nil
Share of the public patronage. -
maylS-datrialm . ' C C WlLLARD.
Stocla. I educed j
PREPARING soon to make a chaegv ia oar basineas
arrangements we deau-e to reduce our present
stock as much as possible. Ia order to do thia me
will ofler our present stock of aUaple and Fancy Dry
Goods at reduced prices. We have on hand a Bee
assortment of Silk Berages, Muslins aad Traveling
Goods, aad to (act everything ne could wish for.
Also, White Good 1, Embroideries, Hosiery, Table
Damaek, Sneeling,. Bleached and Brown Domestic,
Plantation Goods for men and women , Cktbs,Cas-i-meres,
Vesiiugs and Ucder-wear for GenUeaiea. We
wish to et particelar auecuoii to onr barymi cowa
Isr, oa which will be found t all times Btany dtaira
tit goods at one-femrtb their valoe.
aprlS-U klCUoLSOM fcHCMpnaET.
innft RDSHKLS 000 CLEAM M1UJT 8EED,
IUUU by Ar JENKINS,
jaeSl.tr . No. 14 fioath Vtrkot strec
WK Uava oa baad a heavy stock of Hantwarv,
&e greatest rtrtioa of whiasi ru parchasmt
It'ssprtEg, wLick a are :
And arC!, for eash , soli at coat. i!ar " tf ,V?x h-
iM 7 - ! lM-4 Vai-naa7si n.i mr aar' i uaaa a 1 ! s,kA
SOW 1 - . . .!,