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ISA P. J0XK3.
BT A. 8. CA7IB-Jt-CO. "v.
W .11 Y.4 HITH, 1
- JOES . HATCH EH, Aaociaie Edxar.
f rare a. 16 eeierik Street.
For PrwUtiV'- '''r;
: EDWARD ETKRETT,
FOR THE STATE AT LAEGE.
BA1ME PETTOS, of Sumner.
S. O. TAYLOR, f Carter.
TOR THE DLSTEICTS.
1. WM. M. BRADFORD, of Jefferson.
2. O. P. TEMPLE, of Knox.
3. ALFRED CALDWELL, of McMinn.
4. S. S. STANTON, or Smith. ,
5. E. I. GOLLADAY, cf Wilson.
6. WM. F. KERCHEVAL, cf Lincoln.
7. JOHN C. BROWN, of Giks.
8. JOHN F. HOUSE, of Montgomery.
9. ALTIN HAWKINS, of Carroll.
10. D. B. NABORS, of Shelby.
Central Executive Committee.
Edwin II. Ewixg, Nkiu. S. Brjwn, Allen
A. Hall, P. W. Maxky. John Lelltett,
John II. Callexdeb, Horace II. Harw-
MOSDAT MORNING, JUL 23, 18C0.
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AS. CAMP Jt CO.
The Kljjht of secession.
Referring to the resolutions of sevcrol
State Legislatures' averting tbe a' atract
right of secession, at any time and for any
caa-e that any S'ate mL.bt regard as proper
we .( the Union and AmeriomW ituid.ir5ed
tbe loctrine. It replies on Saturday, as fol
-The people have at all times an unai:n
able and indefeasible right to alter, reform
or aboILb the government in snch manner as
thej mar think proper, tor the advancemeni
of their peace, safety and happing. Gov
ernm-nt b inp instituted tor tbe common
benefit, the d.-ctiine of non-resi?tance against
arbitrary power and oppress-ion i3 absurd,
Elavifb, aud destructive cf the good and bap
plaets of mankind."
This is taken, word fcr word, with a slight
transposition, from the "declaration of rights"
ia the Constitution of the State of Tennes
see. But it is no answer to the question.
We all, it ia to be hoped, indorse the consti
tution of our State, at least we all arc will
ing to abide by and sustain it as long as it is
in force. Very recently the people, by an
overwhelming majority, declared against a
convention to "alter, reform or abolish it.''
But the constitution of .Tennessee and thosi
of all other States are inferior in obligation
to that of the United States. The latter is
declared to be the supreme law of the land
on all sul j.-cts embraced in it. The declara
tion above quoted asserts that Tennessee
may alter, reform or abolish her State gov
ernment in such manner as the people may
think proper, consistent with the Constitu
tion of the United Siates; and it might be
further const rued to assert the right of revo
lution. This is all it does. We may do tbe
one and still remain loyal and true to thi
Union and the Constitution of the Union
the other we cannot do without a disruption
of tbe Federal Government.' an act of revo
lution, and the establishment ot a new gov
ernment This doctrine of secession is dif
ferent from both, as asserted by South Caro
lina and other States. Tbe right of revcln
tion is the ultimate resort against intolerable
opprif fion and wrong. The abstract i ight ui
secession assumes that a State may go out .i
our Union on any pretext or for any cause
bowrvt-r flight, which such State may thtnl
compatible with its interest or plcasnre. W.
b jr our neighbor to mark the difference; an
if b- will answer at all, let him meet tbt
question full and square in the face.
S?-Te leading editorial in - the Memphi
Aoauwcht, of Friday, 20lh inst., .which is
comment upon the course of. -the Memphi
Appeal la copying uu article from onr c:l
omns. displays so much ignorance of the ul
ject of which it speaks, so totally misrepr. -seut
the course of the Patriot, and s
utterly ignores the issue which was present
by the article in question, that we arc beam
to conclude tbat U was written by some on .
but recently engaged in that' office as a
editor. - ' 4 : .
jsgW know that many of tbeJUoutheii
democrats, who support Cbackinridgk an
Lane, are true and devottd friends ofth
Union. We dcire all snch to address t
their own heart" before casting their vote
whether, if th y fail to get Congressional pr.
lection which is the main plank in tl'
BrkolIxridok platform they will go out
tn Unkn? vTaxckt and " his followers i.
Alabama, S jutb Carolina, Mississippi, Geoi
gia, Fiorina, Arkansas, Lonisiana aud Texar
have tad they will doit. Arc the dt
mocracy of Tennessee and other border tat
willing to range themselves onder that ban
ner? If not, they had better abandon it no
The N. Y. Tribune in great tribu.lation4
It aees dangers gathering thick and dark
around the republican standards, and 13 Etrike
ing wildly to return them. Ia one of iu
late imprefisiona it argues to show that the
race for the Presidency ought to be between
Lxxcoui and Brecxixkilgk that the election
of tidier Docolas or Bkll would be the
everrst test that our institutions could be
put io. Neither Douglas nor Bell would
have any material strength in Congress and
could, therefore, do nothing. Their adminis
tration would be hedged in, and rendered
contemptible. Don't trouble yourself about
the matter, Mr. Gbeelet, of Mr. Bell's ad
ministration. Wheu he is inaugurated on
tbe 4th ot. March next he will ha? the, peo
ple to back him, and they wui bood give mm
friends and supporter in Congress. He will
been himself ao justly, that all jsectiona will
take pride in nustaining him. , '
A Doagla ratification meeting was held
at Cleveland on the 14th insL, and delegates
appointed to the State Convention which
jneeto In ibis city next Saturday.
Alabaxa. CoL Jebb CLMEXsJn jU
ierrlTOoaTurnEsvUle-to tneTIemphia -quircr
says fcPcingna great x4inc upon
tbe reports T hear daily ffrom otheV parts cf
the Stite, andjaS5"? onlT am tte fet;lin
iianifested in. this strong-hold of Democracy r
I tell yon with entire confidence . that you
may set'down Alabama as' lost to Breckin
ridge. fle could not carry the State to-day,
and will grow weaker from this time until
November. The only thing which ever gave
the Secession party any strength in Alabama
was its assumption of the name of Democ
racy, and when that is torn away they will
dwindl into a faction too contemptible to
sc;U tho tears, or oistarb the peace of tbe
Resistance bt Force. At a Breckinridge
and Lane ratification meeting recently held
la' Camden, Wilcox county, the following
resolution was offered by Mr. T. K. Beck
Etadoed, That if Lincoln and Hamlin are
elected President and Vice-Preidect of the
United States, THAT WE WILL RESIST
THEIR INAUGURATION BY FORCE if
neetary." - .
Tbe report ot the. proceed! ags signed by
the Chairman, J. J.'- Roach and' tbe Secre
taries, T. C. Brewer and E. C. Jones, says
that this resolution "was carried by a , large
majority. The greatest harmony ' prevailed,
and the sentiments expressed in the meeting,
and the resolutions as adopted, are 'consid
ered as fair exponents of the political faith
or Wilcox co."
The meeting endorsed and ratified the
nomination of Breckinridge and Lane, and
the platform adopted by the Convention
which nominated them.' Grunville, Ala., ilet
xtnger, July 18. -
TLe Camden (Wilcox County) Alabama
Repsler, in hoUting the flag of Brkckix
ridoe and Laxe, accompanies it with these
"We run up our flag to-day for Breckin
ridge and Laue, the Democratic nominees for
Pru-idcnt and Vice-President of tbe United
S are. We have unwaveringly contended
,or the last ten years that it would be better
(for all concerned) to make lux or mart da
tinet governments ot the territory compris-ia-'iue
United States of America and that
Mice wilt ultimately be done, there can be no
rt of doubt but It should be done with
fairness and justice to every section oi ie
Union, aud believing that tbe ,arty to which
e belougis tbe only rttablrme to carry out
,Im in'Mfjre, and Secure, to our own section all
u.r ligi.ts we intend to battle lor its prin
ciples to the fullest extent ot our ability. .
Poor, Mr. BbeciixriogeI" ' He. evidently
f-els that there is something connected with
ihe manner of biB nomination, and the 'au
spices under which it was made, that tends to
demoraliz;; bim in the estimation of his coun
trymen. In his late speech made at Frank
fort, on his return home from Washington,
ue puts lorth a piteous plea. "To those,"
-ays he, "who take advantage of a silent man
to heap upon him execration, I say, 'Pour
..n, I cau endure. I leave it to others to ex
plain more fully the facts and circumstances
of my nomination.'' . Patient martyr ? , Yes,
you must endure! When - you stooped from
your high estate to accept' a. nomination for
the Pre.-idency'made under tbe circumstances
that attended yours, you could expect nothing
else but to test your capacity to endure. So
be content: The "execration" heaped upon
the silent man will be nothing to that heaped
upon the unfettered man, should tne strange
infatuation which possesses you eveutjiate in
the election of the republican . candidate for
tbe Presidency. Yon will hardly be able- to
say then "Pour on, I can endure !" You
will be more likely to call on the rocks and
mountains to hide you from the face of man.
-'We live under tbe best government on
Aye, is it not strange,' then, that so many
of your supporters have been, far years en
deavoring to shake it off as a yoke too Intol
erably to be borne.
How are we to preserve these institutions.
By respect and obedience to the Constitu
tion and laws : by the avoidance ot all sec
tional agitations ; and the cultivation 'of
kindly and fraternal relations between the
people of all sections. .......
Why are tliey not Publlabed?
' The Richmond Convention nominated
Breckinridge and LixE.and it is presumable
ibat, as those gentleman are vastly well
pleased fo accept Fmall things, they have
formerly accepted. If so; , why are their
letters of acceptance kept lrom the public
The Montgomery (Ala.) ifatf. having joined
the- Bricxixrwge-Yaxcey faction, deems it
t duty to defend Mr. Buchanan, the corrupt
..Id functionary who has done more to de
grade . the nation than any. other man in it.
When one gets mixed in with : democracy
here' is no telling to what uses he must
come. We are sorry to see the high charac
ter of the JIuil decline so rapidly. -
The Bell and Everett meeting set for
Thursday night at Cincinnati, after brief
peeches from Hon. J. Scott Harrison, Hon.
a. D. Campbell, Gen. Leslib Combs,, and
thera, was postponed to the next niglA.- on
icconnt of raini, The' attendance was large
Another Docglas "Organ. The Lincoln
Journal, ono'ot the ablest and oldest demo
raiic pipers in the State, after taking some
'.eeks'i lime to -deliberate, has-hoisted the
J.CGLAS flag. It says : ; " .
vtu i.uru lwn clow to enter the arena, we
H and booed ' for a restoration of
, iat harmony wnicu, nas.sq long', oeen tne
.onirlh anrilhA!lfl:lfil OF LUC leiHOCraCY. WG
ave waited until 'the last ray of hope tor a
nifactory adjustment has faded away, until
'e time has come when every 'man should
ike his position, uuturl his banner and do
4 i-mv to l.im.-elf und his country. Having
l ways adhered to the National organization
tr cannot at this day unite .with those who
avA withdrawn tiom it and set up a new
artv in opposition.
When our contemporary of the Union and
4uiertam announced that the Docglas
lemocracy were to be rode over " rough
a iode," he thought, doubtles?, to repress
the desire of democrats to 6tick t ;the
i-.-eular ort-anization. But he made a mistake
Tie Docglas men don't appear- to be at all
o their ranks. The organ of the Lincoln
democracy is an accession of importance,
rhe Union cuii AmeritCvoiiii &i better pdr
tiaps with a change of tactics. Toll 'em off,
can't you, with a promise of fat places under
the Eeeckimudge Administration ?
Tbe Union and American has informed the
Douglas faction ot the ' Democracy that they
shall be ran -over " iwch-shod."i"Wri)t'.
Tbe Union and American said : " The Dem
ocracy of Tennessee in tbeir attsck' "upon
Black Republic ifiism 'are determined to ride
rougb-shiMl over all who attempt to stay their
progress." Union and American.
Tbe Union and American said " We court
no war with the adJurentt qf Mr. Douglas, but
if tbe few who worship him force the issue
upon we shall not shrink from it. The
democracy of Tennessee in their attack npon
Black Republicanism are determined, to ride
rough shod over all wlio attempt to slay their
f ..The. ioference is plain,that; the -?
American regards tbe support of Mr. Docglas
an attempt to stay the progress pr the Bascx.
ixBiwiE'-Yij.ctTrTES'ia their attacks tipop
tlack republicanism. - - i i t
7e. yesterday, received the folio iog note,
which explaias, itself . We wrote thepara
graph, copied into tbe letter, upon the state
ment of a gentleman in whom we have every
confidence certainly not to do Mr, Lows
icjuaace. Wecj cheerfully insert the "re
futation" and leave the rest to our infor
mant : ' -
.'i U SFsixoriELB, TXN.ju.y '20V I860.'' '
Editor Patriot : In your daily of yester
day I notice tbe following paragraph; in re
ference to myself : " We are credibly inform
ed that several months ago, perhaps a year,
Mr Lowe found Jumsell in. LW midst of
private democratic caucus. A democrat
present suggested that it waV a private aflair
and none bat democrats were expected to be
present; upon which Mr. Lowe stated that he
was as good a democrat as any gentleman
present; and he- was permitted t o remain."
'The statement bf 'y onr informant is untrue
in two-very important particulars. 1st, I
never was in a democratic caucus in -my life
2d, I never did, on any occasion, make use of
any such language' as is attributed to me In
the above quoted paragraph. In a word, tbe
WHOLE STATEMSXT 13 A FALSEHOOD.
Yon will please do me the justice to pub
lish this, refutation. !- - ..
Very respectfully, W. E. LOWE.
Messrs. J. D. Thomas and O. P. Temple,
candidates for Elector for tbe second con
gressional district, will address their fellow
citizens at the the following places and times,
commencing at 12 o'clock each day : ,
Livingston, Overton county,
Locust Shade, "
Millham, . "
Poplar Grove, Fentress co.,
Monday, August, 13
i?atni-day,- ; "
' - ' -li". n '
The undersigned candidates for Elector for
the. 4th Congressional District will address
their fellow-citizens at the -following times
and places. . - , - ; . . i
Bonker's-KHt, White coouty"
Dr. B-E. Faiue'8 Putman, .
Gaincsboro, Jackson - r "
Monday, y . "
Tuesday, ? "
Wednesday, , ii.
Friday, ; "
Mouday, , "
Granville, . - -...."
Flynn's Liclc, " f
Celina, . ' '. 1 . . ' "
Centerville, " "
Cain Springs. - "
Red Springs, Macon, , "
Lafayette, - " "
DLtoa's Springs," ' SmltU "
Borne, . , - "
Alexaadrii, " DfKalb "
Spencer, Van Buren "
River Hill, White "
Millers Sore, Warren "
Knowlc's Camp Ground White co, Friday ;
Yankytown', L Whil3co,x ' Saturday, '
Felbam,: .(-.; '
Smithy die, . ...
New Middleton ,
' Wednesday,: 4
; Thursday, '
' Friday, '
.Saturday Sept 1
Thursday, ' '
Monday, .-' '
Tuejiday, . 4
J. B. MVSROF- ;
S. S. STANTOX. :
A Cliapter In Mr.llrecliQrldse His
tory. From the Louisville Journal, July 19.
Johx ,.C. Breckinridge's. . Record . as a
Democrat. Since the nomination ot the
Hon. John C. Breckinridge for the Presi
dency of the United States by the Seceders
from the Democratic National Convention at
Baltimore, we have repeatedly referred to a
movement made by him and others at Lex-
in-toa in 1849 with the open and avowed
intent of putting an end at once to the
Democratic party. We have deemed it a
verv curious and interesting incident that
Mr. Breckinridge, less than thirteen years
ago, made a deliberate public effort to anni
hilate utterly and forever that , great. Demo
cratic party, of which he an his friends now
claim that he is the regular and legitimate
candidate for the Presidency. ; . ' :
We stated in onr paper of yesterday that
a full statement of this passage in Mr. Breck
inridge's brief political history was about to
be made in an authentic shape. We find tbat
statement in yesterday's .Democrat. Ou the
14th ot August, 1847, a Taylor, meeting was
held in Lexington, Ky. A pamphlet copy of
the proceedings is before us. . Tbe following,
copied from the phamphlet into the Louis
ville Democrat of yesterday, is correct : '
At a meeting of the citizens of Lexington
and Fayette county, without 'distinction of
party, held, in pursuance of public notice, at
the court-bouse, August 14tb, 1847, Geo. B.
Kinkead, m4 was called to tb chair, and
Jessee Woodruff appointed secretary. . ;
; On motion, it was . . . i :
Resolved, That a committee of five be ap
pointed to draft a preamble and resolutions
expre-sive of the sense of this meeting.
Whereupon, the chairman appointed the
following persons on said committee:- F. K.
Hunt, John C. Breckenridge.'.E.' K. Sayre.
Esqurs., Capt. Henry Johnson, aud Col.S'. D.
McCulIough, who, alter having retired for a
few momuu, returned and presented to the
meeting the following preamble and resolu
tions:. ' , 5 ..-.
Whereas, the wishes of tbe people of a Re
public, when uninfluenced by party consid
erations and tics, are always sincere and pure
ly' for the good ot tbe whole country, and,
whereas, tbe choice by the people or tbe
Uuited States of a President is a matter of
high moment to them; and, whereas, it is
not only the privilege but tbe boonden duty
of eaery good citizen to express his views
on all proper occasions and in proper terms
as to public men and public measures, there
fore Resolved, That it is desirable that the next
President of the United States be a man of
ability, integrity, and moderation, and at tbe
same time acceptable to the great body of
the people of tbo Union. .' t.
Resolved, Tbat this meeting deplores and
disapproves of the excess of party feeling and
violeuce which have sop h rated tne people of
the United States, and tbat they believe that
the true interest of the' country will be
prompted by elevating to the Presidency a
man who shall feel himself to be the Presi
dent of tbe whole people, and not of a party,
"who will not be the candidate of any party,
nor lend himself to party Bchemes."
Resolved, That General ; Zuchary Taylor
possesses these qualifications in an eminent
degree, and, in tne opinion or this meeting,
will, if elected, discharge the duties pertain
ing to the Executive department of the Gov
ernment with honesty, sagacity, and firmness,'
and contribute all the -weight tif. his great
name to the wise settlement of the new and
momentous questions which are about to
qome before tne country, therefore i , 1 1 li
ifoW,lThat this meeting, anscmbled with
out distinction of party, 'do nominate Gen
eral Zachary Taylor to be the next President
of the United States, and recommend similar
nominations by his friends throughout the
State of Kentucky. ' ' ".- . V - .'
' Resolved, That this meeting recommend a
mass meeting of the friends of Geo. Taylor,
without distinction of party, to assemble at
the Coart-house in Lexington; next County
Court day (Sept. IS,) and that a. committee
of five be appointed to prepare and report
an address to said meeting, setting forth tbe
propriety and importance of electing bim to
the Presidency. ' , k. . , ,
On motion, tbe preamble anat : resolutions
were unanimously adopted.,. .',,
:Me9srs.'F. C-Hant, John C Breckinridge,
E. K. Sayre, Henry Johnson, and S. D. Mc-
Cullough, were appointed.; Jthei committee to
prepare the address.' .,,,....-.
i On motion, G. B. Kinkead, Esq., Chairman
of tbe meeting, was added to the committee.
. On motion, it was ; - r- . : c
. EstUvtd, That the city papers be requested
tdpublislf'tSe" roceedingrof. this meeting.
Jlesclved, Tbat this meeting now adjonrn.
- G. B. KLNKEAD. Chairman? "
Je3 Woodrcff, Secretary.;?
The meeting adjourned, as the reader has
seen, till the 13th of September, 1847. At
the adjourned meeting the addreA", prepared
ly Mr. Breckinridge and others, wes read.
It was very severe upon the parties of the
day, and aimed to, inculcate and enforce the
importance of putting an end to them. 'The
closing portion of the address, with tbe ap
pended names of the gentlemen, cmposia
the committee-, was as follows: '
Fellow-citizens: Politicians, designing and
selflsh, whg hope . to ride on -tbe storm they
raise a corrupt press, which derives its sup
port from the tjdd passion it awakens against
ypnr Ceighbors-will arge-you to abandon a
man in whose elevation they will sink into
insignificance.'. Tbey will tell yoa he can't
be a patriot who goes for the whole country
and not for a part. - Tbey will denounce, the
man .who prefers tbe good of the country to
their good, who tells them plainly that be
will have nothing to do with them, and tbat
he will consent to be the candidate for the
Presidency only at the call of the people. :
It is a high and noble stand . tbat old veteran
hero has taken before tbe world. Not on tbe
frontiers ot the- West, not in tbe swamps of
Florida, not is the gorges of Mexico, no never
did be present himself so sublime a man as
when flingingi. from him the pony and miser
able demagogues who hastened to hang about
his skirts, he proclaimed that he would keep
himself free from the dominion of factions
and parties, and be president of the nation j
or else not bee .President, at alL- e are on
the verge of a contest with factious poli
ticians on the one side, and the people on the
other- Fellow-citizens, we call npon yon to
break the bands which have bound you,
which have made you forget tbe country for
your party, and tbe good of the nation for
the success of your leaders. Call to mind
that you are brethren, with a common coun
try and a common destiny. . Tbat destiny is
at your bidding. Rally to your place be
neath the standard of tbe only man in the
Union who has dared to declare himself in
dependent of politicians and factions, and
who refuses the? highest office in the world,
except at your hands.
GEORGE B. KINKEAD. .
; HENRY JOHNSON,
SAML. D. McCULLOUGH,
E. K. S.VSRIV-,
' ' FK. HUNT. -:.
. JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE.
On motion.' the address was dnanimoiisly.
adopted, with tbe request that the Frankfort
Commonwealth, Louisville Journal aud Courier,
Cincinnati Chronicle, and the papers general
ly, throughout the Union, friendly to the
election of General Taylor7 be requested to
copy it. - And,at the- suggestion of Rubert
Wickliffe, Sr., a thousand copies - were
ordered to be printed in, pamphlet form for
distribution. . .
. On motion ot Henry Jackson, Esq., the
Chair was directed to appoint an Executive
Committee to correspond, with similar com
mittees friendly to General Taylor. And,
thereupon, M. C Johnson, Esq., Hon. A. K.
Woolley, IJenry Johnson, Samuel R. Bullock,
Esq-i and F, K. Hunt. Esq., were appointed
said committee. '. '
' On motion the meeting then adjourned.;
GEO. B. KINKEAD, Chairman.
S. R. Bcllock, Secretary. .-.!-
Now we all ,know, that, ia 1847, when
these meetings fertf' held, the Democratic
party was in the: full tide of its powerand
glory.'; It was, in :the view of its veteran
champions, successfully carrying out; the
policy laid down, by the lathers of the Re
public. It was as pure and good: and patri
toic a party then as it ever bad been before
or as it has ever been since. Yet at that
time, while Mr. Polk was President, and
while the Democracy were exulting in the
wisdom and the snccesss ofhia Administra
tion, and while the Democratic party claimed,
all honor at the hands of the nation, John C.
Breckinridge put .himself forward in an ats
tempt to disorganize that party, to break it
down, and to obliterate its very nnme from
face of things. - He has since, no doubt,
joined a thousand times in the cry that the
Democratic party is the trne hope, the great
hope, the only hope ot the American nation,
but, if it is, most assuredly he, in 1847, com
mitted the terrible crime or the shocking
biuiider of laboring publicly and zealously
to destroy the true, the great, tbe only hope
of the nation. Snch a fearful crime or
monstrous blunder may not, to Ik sure, have
been an unpardonable sin, but we should at
lest suppose it enough to place the person
guilty of. it Liflnitely beyond- all hope of
ever being tbe Democratic party's .candidate
for the Presidency.
The Louisville Democrat says, of the men
who put forth th address, Kinkead,. McCul
Iough, Sayre, and Hunt voted for General
Taylor, that Johnson voted for Cass,, and
that John C. Breckinridge took no part in
the canvass aud, didn't vote oa the day of
the election." Yc3, -John XJ. Breckinridge
tried to annihilate .the Democratic party,
poul, body, and name, and, failing in tba,
be stood aloof from it in conflict with' its
great foe, and, without raising a voice or a
hand in its defence, saw it cloven down at
the polls by the victorious Whigs in, 1848.
Such, oh ye Southern becessiouists, is your
present Democratic cnampion, your yanutea
Democratic candidate for the Presidency.
Ye may well .coin all tbe foul wind of your
stomachs to shouts- for his name. "Behold
your light, your star!"- ' - r4 '
Mr. Ilrecltlnrlde' Frankfort Speech.
The Union and American published Wednes
day what purported to be the speech made at
Frankfor , Ky., on the 2lst of December
last, by John C. Breckinridge. Upon com
paring it with the complete' copy, we discov
er important omissions' in the copy of our
colemporary. Patriot ; ! f V
. If the Patriot will refer, to our papef ,of
Wednesday, be will see that be has done us
great injustice in the above, r What we pub
lished did not purport to be tre speech ot
Mr..5. Breckinridge at Frankfort, but "Ex
tracts' from that " speech. , What we pub
lished contained all tbat was necessary to
clearly define the position of Mr. Breckin
ridge on the .rights of, the Southern man in,
the common Territories, and to justify him
against the charges recently made by the Op
position. Jusldia fiat. Union and American.
You are right, neighbor; and we do justice
to yon cheerfully. ' ' .' '. t . .c
We are again indebted to J.. J. Scxlivan
for the Cincinnati Commercial and New York
Express in advance of the mail.",lk"i,1 . . ;
(From the. Missouri Democrat.- :
Backslidinz Jim Green, Ferformlu
j rj r; Ifcitoo. U
Thc-'dictator of lhV Missouri Democracy
the Missouri Republican announces the sub
mission of .Senator Greene It says that he
hS penly performed, 'ikatoti'l somewhere la
the interior, by pledging himself in a public
meeting to support-' tbe-Douglas State ticket.
This is the greatest, conquest which our des
potic contemporary baa yet achieved-- Sena
tor Green has been tbe bead and front, aud.
the rock and strong tower of the Breckin
ridge movement in the State. Through his
instrumentality,, mainly, were Hancock,
Jackson and. Moo roe Parsons pot on the
t racket against Clabe Jackson and Rey nolds.
The Senator's delection, therefore, is the
greatest discouragement which could possi
bly bclnll that movement is jMiuri.;!;
1, .. 3" ; ' ; ' . , '
Thb Hon. .'.Mb. . Ewixu Decunk Tim
Union ami American - of Saturday contains a
letter from' ' the , Hon.' 'Andrew Ewixg, ad
dressed to the committed appointed, by the
Clarksville Convention to inform him of his
nomination for Elector on tlie BuEcxEN ridge
ticket ia this District,' in which . he declines
the position. Mr.Ewiug Bays: .. -j i
-The Criminal,' Circuit and Federal Court
of this district follow each other in rapid suc
cession, -commencing on the 1st -Monday In
Anguft, and continuing until November.
Engaged in many cases in each of these
Courts, where the lr?es, liberty and property
of persons are involved, it would bea breacli
of duty. on. my-part,, to abandon their inter
ests; and P. Is impossible to canvass this dis
trict and give any attention to my businessC
Independent of .these engagements, my health
and strength would not enable me to under
go tbe- fatigues of a laborious and continu
ous canvass during the summer and . fall
months. For. these reasons I must respect
fully decfcnne the acceptaacttlof'tbo candida
cy for Electorexpresaing, "however, my deep1
interest in the Bucchss of our ticket, my in
tention to do alt in my power; to promote it.
and my faith tnat some abler aaa morem-
Cient man may be selected to fill, my place."
i sWe sincerely regret Ihkl itrj EwboTrtS
been compelltd to decliae the post of Elect
or; - We hoped that e'would accept It, and,
la connection with Mr," Hocje; gl?e n o
able and brilliant canvass tJ - -1 -
The Montgomery (Aia.) Mail closes a brief j
article aboat the present expedition of Gen.
Walker 'as follows ; ". ' . - i-'
--- But it u really time weteird from Grcj
Eye. He Is a man vf business and doe not
usually was to tim ,: If he manages well and
retaken Nicaragua, 'in" cas.? of tbe election of
Lincoln, he ought to be able to recruit into
his territory 10,000 Southern planter? and
their slaves men. who will not live , under
Free Soil, role, while there is any other spot
of earth to receive them.
That's the most sensible idea we have seen
Inline Jlfalfor some time. By all means let
those Southern planters emigrate, who can't
.consentjtojlre under ?'fee soil rule," although
it be forced upon the country by ihe suicidal
policy of Southern democracy, and in accor
dance with the constitution which tbey pro
fess to love almost to idolatry. . It will bene
fit them, morally and politically, to have a
littlejexperience of the hardships aud dangers
of founding a new. republic.
. . From the Carroll Patriot. .-
Bell aud Everett It ally.
According to previous notice, some 400 or
500 of the citizens of Clarksburg and vicini
ty assembled at that place on Friday hot for
the purpose of rearing a Liberty pole and
flag, inscribed with the names ot Bell. and
Everett. The day was excessively hot; but
this was . not sufficient to keep the people
away; ' indeed, whenever the "Clarksburg
Boys" undertake to do a thing, they usually
"put it through." Tbe crowd was addressed
by Alvin Hawkins, Eyq ot this place. We
were not present, but were told that a good
deal of enthusiasm was manifested in the
cause of Bell and Everett, the Constitution
and the Union. "
At night a delegation from this Dlace oro-
ceeded to Clarksburg to serenade the good
people of that place, in honor of their being
the hrst to rear a Bell and Ererett Liberty
pole in Tennessee. We found the whole
town brilliantly illuminated, and: several
hundred persons out ready to receive us. Pat
riotic speeches were made by B. M. Gaines, L
Lis Hawkins ana t'erry Wilson.atter which the
crowd dispersed, in the best possible humor.
Long will we remember our Clarksburir
serenade. - ' '. , -1 , . '
bUE.vNA Vista. All bail to th Bell and
Everett men of Buenna Vita. - On Saturday
last, a large number of Bell and Everett meu
met at that place, and organized a Bell and
Everett club, by tbeejectiou of li. H. Nesbitt,
q., resident, John Ale Au ley, W. P." Cham
bers, T. G- Owen. Vice Presidents. M. A.
Spellings, Treasurer, and Frauk A. Pasteur,
Secretary. . A . number ot ' names were en
rolled as members. The meeting was ad
dressed by Col. V. S. ' Allen, Eq. The ttest
possible feeling prevailed. The Kuentia Vis
tians will make -a glorious fight for Bull and
Everett. ; ... .-. .
Democratic meeting iu' Prince Ld
ward Itreckinridgo IteolutiouH
Laid on the 'fable. i .
AVe learn that at a Democratic meeting,
held last Monday, in Prince Edward, Col.
Hubbard and Hon. Roger A.Pryor advocated
Brecsini idgc and in response to enthusiastic
Call., Mr. C. Irving, of Danville, replied, ad
vocating Douglas and Johuson. Tbe resolu
tions originally offered by Mr. Aaa Dickin
son, (formerly a Whig,) expressing a prefer
ence for Breckinridge, were laid ou the table.
So it seems, that wherever Brecninridge has
beeu resisted fie has fallen. Richmond Whig.
Democratic Split i Mecklenburg.
We learn that the Democracy of Mecklen
burg held a meeting oa Monday, and. dis
agreeing on the Douglas and Breckinridge
question, the Douglas men seceded, orcanizeil
separately, and appointed delegates toStauu-
ton.. ibe lrecknindgc men appointed dele
gates to Charloi tesvi lie. We are informed
that there is a very large number of Douglas
men in Mecklenburg and Mecklenburg is
one of the largest Democratic counties in
the State. . .
l Things is working. And as wi said yes
terday, let the Douglas braves manfully push
on the column iJlt.
Jude Hopkins lor Douglas.
The Tazewell County Advocate, a Democra
tic paper, says it has heard it intimated that
the Hon. George W. Honkios. of Washington
county, lately a member of Cougre;-.s lrom
the Abingdon district, and formerly a Jud;re
in the fame circuit, has come out in favor of
Stephen A. Douglas! Thms rapidly moves
along the Douglas ball in the Old Dominion.
If the Douglas men would quickly become
cokiscions of their own strength, and fieht
the battle with energy and courage they
would drive the Yancy-Breckinridge men
completely to tbe wall, in less than a lort-
night: 'lbeyare beginning the work bravely
let them push it on ! lb.
. , . New Orleans, July 19.
There was a large and enthusiastic Doug
las and Johnson meeting here this evening.
Can06n'were fired and fireworks displayed.
The. Hon. Tierrc Soule, Miles Taylor, "and
: v '. Baltimore, July 20.
The Douglas men have called a State Con
vention for tbe ICta of August to present an
electoral ticket, pledged to support Douglas
: "i, The Breckinridge men in Scott and
Bourborn couniies offered to bet $500 that
Breckinridge would carry this State. Tnis
banter wa accepted and the stakes sent np
to Scott to be placed in bank, bnt the sece
ders seceded from their deterniiaation. Lou.
Look . out,' Democrats. Nearly every
Know-Nothing you Come across is arguing
earnestly for Douglas. Don't be caught by
these . wolves in sheep's: clothing. They
would' argue equally . aa strongly for the
Devil, if he was a bolter from the Democra
cy. Paducah 'Ky.) Her all. .
But unfortunately for the country, there is
no prospect of such a defection from the de
mocracy." " ! ' ..." . , .. . .. . ..
The Bell and Everett Candidate for
Governor of North Carolina.
The Union, and American some days ago,
published an item announcing tbat both the
candidates for Governor in North Carolina
supported Breckinridge and Lane. We corT
reeled the statement immediately, so far as
it related to, tlk candidate, of our party, John
Pool..,Wc have since, seen the-following
paragiapb npon the subject In the Wilming
ton (X. C.) Ilerald:
" John i Fool for Breckinridge and Lane !
It is really laughable. We in North Caro
lina could almost as easily credit a report
that he had come out for Lincoln and Ham
liu, another of the trio of sectional candidates.
Oh, no, gentlemen of the Journal of Commerce,
take not the "Haltering unction to your
souls" for. JOHX POOL, the present can
didate of the Opposition for Governor of tbe
"Old North." is for BELL and EVERETT,
vith'all his' might j and the election in Au
gust next, will -prove" conclusively- that in
North Carolina' sectional party can suc
ceed. Mark the prediction f
S "What is Wlker ."about? It is a good
ma ay weeks, isn't it? since Gen. Walker went
down to Raatan. Ruatrtn is only lorty-Dve
miles from the Coast of Honduras. . There is
plenty of material , in Ru itar; the Susan's
arms are all there.' Why then don't we hear
from Walker? " We devoutly trust he may be
preserved and once more get foot-hold In
Nicaragua. It he only ohfain the reins for
thirty days', be -wi 11 receive: such accessions
Of strength from the Somhas will placw the
matter out of all Montgomery Mail. '
Will not your new lote, Mr. Policeman
Bccbanan, Intervene to prevent "accessions
of strength 'from the South? J Will he not
order his naty to catch ami bring them Iwck,
It tbry get away frora"bur sborc?? " '
.M '.. t '' 'z ; i .
tTnton Batiflcation Meeting at Dover,
.At ,'t)lUY'j -Plsiwsurff.'..i . -
I A BELL AND EVERETT ELECTORAL TICKET.
; Wilmington,' July J7-A. Union ratiGca
taon meeting will be' held at ' Dover to day,
and the following "electoral ticket' formed:
Henry Dupont, of New Catlo county; J. P.
Wild, of Kent county, and C. M. CoUen.' of
Sussex county. Resolutions endorsing Bell
and Everett were adopted. . A resolution to
nominate a representative to Congress cre
ated a stormy debate, and the meeting was
nnable to come to a vote upon it. This was
considered a test of .the unity of the People's
party... Adjourned. ' - . -
- From TTasblBg-tOK. - - : -
Spfc; J iiispitth to Tte X. T. Tribune. "
: . Washington, July 15,1660.
i ..-THE FCSION MOVEHENT.
Mr. Buchanan encourages combinations
with tbe Douglas men in different States, ho
ping by tbat means to prevent an election
by the peoplo, and then, through a violent
and protracted struggle in the bouse, to
carry it into the Senate for the benefit
of Gen. Lane. This is tbe reason why, in
his speech from the White House, he declar
ed neither candidate to have been nomihated
according to tbe usages of tbe party. He also
prompted the proposed coalition -in Penn
sylvania, which lir. Douglas friends have
spurned. His professed partiality for Mr.
Breckinridge is iusincere. The only interest
he feels in the ticket is for Gen. Lane, who
has beeu a supple instrument of his adminis
tration throughout. This scheme will fail,
no matter bow much pressed, for the leading
friends of Mr. Breckinridge understood Mr.
Buchanan's game, and have expended nearly
$5C0 in telegraphing over the country not to
eater into any arrangement or bargain with
the Donglas faction.
The proposed fusion in New - York, by
which the Bell men are to be nominally trans
ferred to Mr. Douglas, but really, to Gen
Lane, was really contrived here immediately
after tbe Baltimore Convention. Its mana
gers and objects are perfectly understood. If
an election by the people could be defeated,
which is now hardly possible, and is . only
contemplated by a lew desperate managers
as their last hope, and Mr. Douglxs should be
returned to the House as one of the three
highest candidates, he would have but one
vote in that body Ilinois Tbe present
probability is he will not receive an elec
toral vote, and cannot be regarded as a seri
TnE Signs in Missouri. We are furnished
the following extract from a private letter
received in this city from St. Joseph, Mo,
dated on tbe 16th inst. The writer is a de
mocrat : . , . .. -
" "Every Iwdy here is talkiug politics. In
this Stale, I believe, the contest to be between
Breckinridge and Lane, and Boll and Ever
ett, still Douglas will carry a tolerably large
vote, as he will get almost all the freesoil
vote outside of St. Louis."
OV Saturday the 21st inst., two Promisory Notes,
bolU dated July 1st. The Notes are drawn by Koi-s
ros., and made pay a bio to the uudersigned. Cue
Note callSjlor $3X, and tbe other S2S3, four month
4'rum date! We forcwarD all persons from purchasing
or tradiUK Ifur them as the payment will be stopped.
PL'Kr-rJANT to a decree or the Chancery Court at
Nashville, at May term, 1360, ia the ease of
Avarilla Me aurry, and others, ex parte, 1 will proceed
U sell at the Court House, iu Nashville, on
' - SATURDAY, ACGL73T11, I860, , ' ,
on a credit of sre months, and without the equity of
redemption, all that portiou f two certain parcels
(to-wit: Loir No. 2 and 5) of tlo Und of the late
.Siuiiat McMurry, which was left after tbe sale of
61 acres oiT of same to Wru. A. Whilsilt. ttio same
supposed to ha SO acies. Further particulars to be
given on day of sale. J. . CLEAVES,
july 21 td Clerk and Master.
. TIte Express Frieglit Train.
' Ou tho Nashville and Chaltanoogo Railroad, will
commence running u the 22d of July iu close con
nection with the Express Train'on tiio great Southern
Line, via. Cliarlcaton at,d Savannah and continue dur
ing the business season. Thronali time fronr Xew
York EIGHT PAYS.
July03-tr E. W. COLE, Supt. :
Clieap Peed for Stock.
rlIK Feed reduced to $-2,50 pr barrel bv -X
I5ENJ. F. FHIKLIiS k CO.
July 23, lSOO-tf.
Fresli Corn Meal.
NKW Kiipplv jiist nveived per KailrKHl. and
for Kile by ' OEM. F. MUELIW ft Co.
July 2J, lSUO-lf.
'Zyiiilil ytls.Carpet ing at Aucti dii,
TTESKAY MURX1XG AUGUST 7TU.) .
BEN J. F.
"1 f TUX sell on account of whom it may concern,
V (in )arccLs to suit pvrcuiises,) a large consign
ment of assorted Patterns, Colors, and qualities of
carpeting of the l..te.-t ttyies. Those wishing to
purchase will Und this sale to present the best opportu
nity of the season. Terms cash on seling.
BENJ. F. SHIrXIS & CO.
Ko. 27, Central Rooms, College street.
July 23, lSOo-tf.
ALL DRESS GOODS
.. .. SlUiLlXU ,
REGARDLESS OF COST!
Tho?e uot yet supplied would do well to examine
them, as wo are determined to closed them out. FOR
WHAT WE CAN GET?
It. C. McNAIRY & CO.
July 23 tf XO. 25 COLLEGE STREET.
UiWEUSITY OF NASHVILLE.
J. Kerkie Lodsley, M. D., li. D., Chancellor of the
Vjiircrpity, and ITofcssor of Cbemfetryand Geology.
Col. B. 1L "Jobxhox, tHiperintendeut of the Military
lX)llepe, and I,rofisor of Engineering. '
Jaxe F. Hamilton. A. M., Professor of Mathematics,
aad Natural Philosophy. - ;
J. H. Stewart, A. M., Professor of Greek and Latin
Languages aud Literature.
Ghokuk Blaoioe, A. 11., M. D., Professor of Botany
aud Natural History.
Rev. J. W. Hote, A. 5L, M. P., Professor of Mental
and Moral Iliilosopby, and Biblical Literature.
R. W. Pitnam, Adjunct Professor of Ancient Languages.
J. G. AsGiADK, Teacher of French and Prawing.
C. K. Wwsrnx, M. 1., Surgeon.
The First Term of the Academic Year 1S60-61, com
mences on the 3d of September, 1S60.
The Second Term commences on the 27th of January,
1861. Commencement Exercises take place on the ltli
or June, 1861. ,
Tuition, Boarding, Washing, Fuel, Rooms, Servants'
attendance, and UnC of Arms, $105 per Term. Matri
culation Fee, $5. Students are required to furnish
their room. Engineering. French, Sanu-h, German,
Drawing, hnok -keeping, and Fencing each $10 per Term
of twenty weeks.
Students under 14 years of age will not be admitted.
By the aid of Military Discipline, etloctivc govern
ment is established, and health, physical culture, good
order and industrious habits are promoted.
: For Catalogues, or additional information, apply to
anv Member of the Facwltv, or -
B. R. JOirSSON.
july 2" w2m. Superintendent.
I ;- For.Rent-. .
TjVir the balau-e of the year, a neat aud cnmfortablc
X family residence on Vine Street, between Church
and Broad, poseisiion given immediately. For ir-
ticuuir. enquire of
GLASSCOCK ft XEWSOM.,
' Attention, Bell Grays.
The inenitcrs of the- company, who have
signed the Constitution, are hereby notilied
to go to th residence of Lieut. T. ll Skeggs,
corner of Cedar aud Spruce Streets, and have
their measures taken for l'nifrms immediately.
The members who have not sigued the Constitu
tion, cau do so, by calling on me at the Patriot
ofliee. By order of the company.
- , " M. O. BROOKS,
July 21. -.".t. ' - t . : Secretary.
P A R T N JER SHIP..
I1CTE THIS PAY ASSOCIATED MATfllEW AIlDY
with me U- business, Oie name if tha firm to lie
Rolrt Moore k Co. - KuBERT MXKE,
July 1,1860. " - -19 Walnut street.
. ROBCCV MOOBX.
.HATTilXW AIDV -
r ROBEltT 3IOOKR & CO.,
Prodnee Commission 3Ifrfh;in(s,
. JVo. 49 Walnut lreel,
' - - . " '-CTXCTXXATI, OHIO,
Pnrchasd and Ken, eirSwively oo commission, FVur,
Bacon, Cheene, Burt- .Veds, Oils, Pried Fruit, Can
dles, Soap, Cordage, lipoma, Buckets. Tubs, and arti
cles of Domestic Manufacture and PRODUCE generally.
Ju!ylS-tf - - -
rpHK Copartnership heretofore eaistuig under the
X style of Edwards, Gilkeson Co., is this day
diaolved by mutual consent. 1. K. Gilkem refer-;
iug from the Arm. ' ' - - '"
July 15,1 SCO. JO. EDWARDS. -
, ' . , J. K. GILKESOV, --'
i E. P. fD WARDS.
r. B. BARMS.'
- I. P. KDWAXIM.
EDWARDS, HARRIS & CO., -
(mrccEssoits to sdwabds, uunsn si ku.j -.
f i ' WILL COXTIKCB TBK - ' '
AV tiolcsalc ; Grocery; ,
FOR WARDING A C03LHISS10N B KRESS
At te dd stand, corner cf C&tge and ChvrcK uts.
One . of tfee moil Fojolar aiid EfufTiltBt;
InstitutioES'ij . ' -1
A S t ....
On Deaderlctt street,
THE Doetor bJmeelf to an 1.1 Prartitioorr, f-om
tbe old and thif country, boicg already 15 years
id America having manfully and bosorably pur
mou Died all the trials of the new world, and bat
tled and eooqaored death of the whole ranje ot du
eases or our different climates, South aid North, so
t iat the fm of his succeas ia tbe treatment of gen
eral and private diseases is indisputable, for which
he has the most reliable references. - i
Special attention paid to d tsetses of Females 'and
Children, aud much gratiScation he feett. In gener
al, by being entrnsted with deiperate rases, for to
illustrate his skill. He is cmrersant withibe Ameri
can. French and German languages, and always
ready to tender his advice and serrlnes with pollie-nesa.eoDseientkm-ness
and discretion. --
f eraons at a distance may hare his advice and
Boedicines by oonsnitins; bim through letters, inclos
ing a fee, t Post-office Box So. S3A.
His Family Begidenceis ou North Harket street.
- " ' ' -
". Couectok's Office, Qtt Wail,
" - - '" July 11th, 1S60.
fTnosK indebted for Corporation Taxea for the
X present year, as well as for the tax due the
Kashvills and North-western Kailroad, are hereby
notified to come forward and pay the rams without
delay. This notice extends to those owning Real
Eatne or Personal Property in the corporate limit.
and those charged with Poll Tax. Oil at tbe oaice,
my uaii, upper enu oi inn uarset Mouse.
julyl2-lm w;ar Collector.
Modeler of Fashions,
t AND DEALER IN,
HATS, CAPS AND LADIES' FHIS
!Vo. 23 Public Square,
A ASI1VILLE, TEXNF1SSEE.
The C ll nose Hat.
NEW style, direct iraportatarti from Canto
up expressly lur mt- uui wi-auipr, ai me
Jle Hat Emporium of FRANCISCO'S,
yl-2-tf . ' . So. 23 Public Sou
Children's Fancy Goods. . :
CONSISTING of all Uiei" latest styles for Boys,
Children, Infants and litllo Mis.-;, to which the
attention of the Udies is particularly ruei-ieii.
A. J. ERASiClSCO,
Hatterand Furrier , Xo. 23 Public Square, Nashville
Tne Japanese Hat.
ANEW sty lo o Soft Hat, weighing only 1 oanee,
just received this day by eKpress.at tbe f ash.
ionable Hat Emporium of FRANCISCO'S,
julyli-tf 20 Public Square
'TheIrab FrencH 'Ottar, .
O' entirely ue denign , at the Hat Eupj
julyli-l 2U Public Square.
. Ciiapeau Guarabaldi.
A NEW rtyle of Sua Hat, of eutirely neiT design,
jii. just receive! uy express.
Am J. FItANCISCO,
july 1-2 No. 3 Public Square, Nasuvdle, feun
On the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 cents per Day
City Hall Square, corner of Frankfort. gL,
(Opposite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered, in the spacious Re
fectory. There is a Barber?s Shop and Bath Rooms at
tached to the HoteL
N. B. Bkwakeof Rrxxints and Hinmcr who say
we are full. . It. FRENCH,
julyl8-ly . . Proprietor.
GODEY'S I .A DIES' BOOK, for August.
JODEY'S LADIES' BOOK, for August.
KNICKERBOCKER MONTHLY, for August.
KNICKERBOCKER MONTHLY, for August..
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for August.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE, for August. ;. ; .
Just received by JOHN YORK it CO.,
julylS-tf No. 38 Union street.
M. O V lf AT 'S
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
'pHESK MEDICINES "have now been before the pub
X lie for a period or THIRTY YEARS, and during
that time have maintained a high character in almost
every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and
immediate power of restoring perfect beaith lo persona
sulfuring wider nearly every kind of disease to which
the human frame is liable. . - -
The following are among the distressing variety of
human diseases in which the :
Vegetable Life Medicines .
Are known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and
second slouiacu. and creating a now of pore .healthy
bile, instead of the suite and acrid kind; VT. ATTT.
LESCT, Lara op Appettte, Hiaktbox, Hsaoacbk,
IUsTLKSHNBSS, ILL-TkMPEK, A.iIlIT, LaXUIOB BOd MSLi-
anchoixt, which are the general symptoms of Dyspep
sia, will vanish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
C jSTTVNES3, by cleansing the whole length of
the intestines with a Solvent process, and without vio
lence; all violent purges leave I lie bowels costive with
in two days. 1
FEYEES ot ail kinds, by restoring the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of all intestinal
obstruction in others.
The I jfk Mkuicues have been known to cure B-HEU-II
ATISlf permanently in three weeks, and GOUT m
half tuai lime, by removiug local kihammauou Irum
the muscle and ligiments ot the Joints. . . - - --
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and strengthen
ing the kiuueys and bladder; they operate mut-t de
lightfully on these important organs, and hence have
ever been found a certain remedy lor the worst rases ot
Also, WORMS, 1y dislodging from the turnings ot
the boweia the slimy matter to which these creatures
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by uie perb-ct purity wutcn theso LUE iLtailCLStb
give to the blood, and all the humors.
SCJRBTJTIC ERUPTION! and BAD OUMPLEX
IONS, by tueir alterative eBect u-.ion the fluids that feed
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, saliow, cloudy, aud other disa
The use of these Pills for a very short timo will eBoct
an entire cure of SALT RHiUJI, nd a Mrilcing im
provement in the ciernei of tiu skin. C0JUH0N
COLDS ud IKELUE&ZA. will always be cured by,;
one done, or bv -two m the worst cases. v
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles or 35 years standing by the ns of
the LIFE MEDICINES skme. . .- i
FEVER AND AGUE. F' scourge of the
Western country, these .Medicines will be (bund a safe,
speedy and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the
system subject to a return of the disease a cure by
these Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BE SATIS
FIED AND BE CURED. "
BILIOUS FEVERS LIVER COMPLAINTS.
UkkekaI. Dkriuty, Loss ot AmCTiTB, and Diskashs or
Females the Medicines have been used with tho BKWt
beneficial results in cases of this descriptioa: Euro's
Evil and Scroktla, iu its worst forms, yields to the
mild yet powerful action of these remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats, Nebvocs Debility, Nervois Com-Laira
of all kinds, Palwtaiw.v os tiik Ueakt, Paintebh' Colm
are Kpeedilv cured. 1 .-!.-- - -
MrJiCtjlMAL DISEASES. Persona whoso con
stitutions nave become impaired by tbe injudicious use
of MTCury, will tod those Medicines a perfect euro, asr
they never fail to eradicate from the system, all the ef
fects of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the Biost pow
erful preparations of SarsaparilU. ..
. I'ronared aud sold by .
. TT. B. .TlOFl' IT,
355; Bisoadwat, Kkw- York.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. . '-
julylS-diwly ' - -
imK. MANHOOD. -
E0W LOST, HOW RESTORED.
; Just Pnblisfad, in a Sealed Envelope, ,
A I JvCTTEE ON THE NATURE, TREATMENT AND RA
DICAL CURE OF SPERMATORRHOEA, W Seminal
Weakness, Sexual Debaay, Nervousness. and Ibrolun
tary Emissjoas producing Impoteucy,Cbiiuinptina and
Mental and Physical Debdity. - v
- ! Br ROa J. CULVER WELL, M. D., '
Tbe important fact that the awful consequences of
self-abuse may bo euectually retnovod without internal
modieiues or the danaerous appticattoas of caustics,ia
struments, medicated bougie, and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demonstrated, and the entirely
new and highly successful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated auther fully explained, by jncana of which
every one is enabled to cure himself perfectly, and at
the least possible cost, thereby .voiding all the adver
tised nostrums of the day. This Lecture will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal to any address, fost-faid, on tbe re
ceint of two uostare stamns. br addrcemnv rir ram
J. C. KLINE, 40 First Inud, Mew York, Post Box
.. -. -...., ,,., .... juyi8-trv
rpHE uDderarjrned havtnc; sugfteeted ta the Clerk of
L the county court or Davidson county, the insol
vency of tbe estate of JSO. R. nut dnc'SL. all neraons
having claims against the same, are hereby aottned to
appear ana uie tncsameaury authenticated as pi em 111
ed by law, on or befor. the 1st day of January, liol,
with said Clerk, or the same wUl be forever barred,
ooui m taw ant) equity, - : -1 , .
, SARAH ANN HILL,
Julyl8-ln ! ; ' Amaiu-att.
IKE Ground Stock FeeJ, for sale low b jr
1 JnoeMt EENJ.F. SHIEU CO.
W. 1 BERRY & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
. T" f " '
THE TEN YEARS' CONFLICT; being the History o
the Disruption of tbe Church of Scotland , by Bo
ber BuchananD. C 3 vols, S fcif pjj,
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: "8 o.,blf calf. ' - -.'; .
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WRAXAUVS POSTHUMOUS MEMOIRS OF HE OWN
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MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF MARIE ANTOINETTE.
Queen of France ; 2 vols. . cloth. '
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MARIA EDCEWORTH'S TALES AND NOVELS. 9 vol
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LEADERS OF THE REFORMATION, Luther, Cal via,
Latimer and Knox; by John Talioch, D. D.
- 1 '
W. T. BERRY & CO.,
June2o-tf - Public Square.
hIaIaKw at IaA:tox,
'Corner of Adams and Second streets, -
AVE recently fitted np one of the finest
in the tiouihern countrv. and serve no to
customers daily all t.le luxuries and deli- fV
ri7iea nT thm cu.. orin I V
MEALS furnished at all hours Iu a style
that can no be surpassed. anr2i tf
PREPARING soon to make a change in our basin na
arrangements we desire to reduce our present
stock as much as possible. In order to do this we
will offer our present stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods at reduced prices. We have on hand a Bne
assortment of Silk Berages, Muslins and Traveling
Goods, and in fact everything one could wish for
Also, White Good i. Embroideries, Hosiery, Table
Damask. Soeeting, Bleached and Browa Domestic.
Plantation Goods for men and women , Cloths, Cas.
meres, Testings and Under-wear for Gentlemen. We
wish ta call particular attention to oar htwytrin on
ter, on which will he found t all times many desira
ble goods at one-fourth tnetr value.
aprl3-tf . AiiCHOLSON ft HUMPHREY
Southern Trunk Manufactory,
j FASSETT "Fl:ROSSlIliY, ;
NO. 51 " MARKET STREET, NAS1TVTLLE, TENN .
Mannlaftnren and Wholesale and . Retail
!; " :, J; . ' bb-lbbs vt all ot o ' .' ," ' r '
LADIES ;1XD GEMS' TBiTELlXG TB13IS,
BONNET BOXES, '.
Valises, Carpet ' Bags,' fcc, &c'a
. . r i . . . . ... j..ifc u -
DESIRE to call the attention of all those in want of
anything in our hue, (wholesale or retail,) to
examine oar stock before purchasing elsewhere, an -we
a re eonndeot that we can sell as low as any other
bouse in tbe city. Our stock is all of our own man.
ufactere and Is made of the best materials aad by
nrst-cuH workimcn- Ail maat admit the wisdom oT
buyuig work made at home, in n reference lo baviuf '
thai made at tbe tal expressly for jobbing. .
eeiiec-uiy invite lae auentiou of the Lad?. t
our - .. ,
; patot nm for ' ladies,
Tt fine fnmnfti4mine Ttarh m T.-.a..-
- " '" iimvuv" a vuuucto, i it TTAnsni i vi el-
BO L KrilfthM;. inrl -rQlap.npAnr vMiifaplmnnt r
Spooge, O.la, La. - . .
au kiuaioi ironti mde to order, cohered or re- .
nLird. -it short, nm io : ns k n ki
itreet,two doors SooUi tf tbe fttmre. '
, .R E -M O VA L.
3 O II X OUk
TTA YE removed their Book-Cindory
j. j. ana tuanK-uoos; -Unnfctorv to
tne Baptist Publishing House, next i
bouse below l-oct-laafc Co.. north
Market su-et,No.aw, 3d door from the Square and '
will be glad to see all heir Id customers aad In vil
new onus that want work ia our line. We are pre- ,
pared ta make Blank Books ia tbebest maaaar aad
after any given pattern. lartkxilr aueaUca will be
paid to the Binding of Periodicals and old Books.
Our prices are as low as the lowest. Theetyleer
work can lie seen at the Bindery or Store on C'utou
street.. Books left iU either place will reeeive ta
nieoiaie attention. febl1-ind
Fraiillin College. J
THE SEA'ENTEKVTjr SESSION OP THIS INETm'- .
I-'I1 open o Monday, tb 3d ef September,
W. D. CaBSIK. Iat- fVealHer.t iT Vm T.mt,
University, has been callod to tbe positioa of preat
deat of the College, and wiU enter upon the acttve.
u lte oia auiies at the optumg cf the seasw. ,
tnherwuetbe f aculty retins one hanged.
White there is no disposition ea the part ef those
having control cf the lasutuuoa to boast, they feel -the
strongest conSdence in c-mmeacieg it to the :
favor of parents and guardians. Its past reputatioa
for the sound scholarship and correct manly baarief
of itsstudeais will be faithfully maintained. Every .
species of dceipatioa will be guarded against aud
the strongest est irts made to keep the pupils tree
from the blasting vices that bring speedy ruut cpuav
so many youths m our laad.
Tbe healthfulness of the locality Is unsurpassed in
our county. The charges are moderate aad fully--within
the reach of ail u( sullkvt energy U be aa
ntated. . . '
Tie FenU- school coaaected with Ihe Cnlleira -,h
becontinued as hereloavre. - .
MiT For other information address
, - , . , - W. 1 CARKiS, PreaideBt,
. - ' . Franklin Colieyo, Tranoeaee, . .
OrW LIPSCOMB, Secretary, .
July lC-eodJcwlm. -. .
MEAl-, corn and br an.
i .100 Bags Fresh fisaUy Meal; . ,
3uO Prime Te-asMss white Cera
oo , Yellow Cora ; .
IN - l-ftoalBr-m.. - . J - ";
Juat received and tnr V- I "
a-MW-- was sr nif-M"'fB-
I y"- nnw trrcrn ft 7t'