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I'MNTRO AND PTEI I3UID BT
'cKESNIE AND GEO. B. BROWN,
cvngii TH FIRM or
H. McKENNIE 4 CO.
F.. P. MtGINTT, Editor,
IT. K. WALKER, A8SI8T4HT Editor.
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r V ih It distinctly understood that no paper will
be riircootimted nntil all arrearage are paid, except at the
option of the publihera.
fsV l.etterson business with this office, to eruare atten
tion, ftittsf, In all esses, be directed to B. K. McKbbbii A Co.
sTrnn.iTJioKi.i, aic. is, as.
A plea tor Country Biiden.ees and Sural
The intense lieat of each succeeding mid
enmmer disposes many of our citizens to seek
relief in a transient visit to some of tire many
attractive watering places with wliich our
picturecqne country abounds, or in a trip to
the mountains or sea-nuore. Refreshing as
thte undoubtedly arc, after the turmoil and.
b t-t'eofan active business sea-wn amid the
pent uj confines of a crowded city, we are of
ten led to question whether the benefits to be
derived from hurrid trips to thronged re-wr9tg
can be a' all c niipared, as resects enna'ient
anative value, to the advantages to be derived
f oul a tte ttand comfortable country residence
within evy distance of the city, improved
acco ding to tlie morns and taste of tlie pro
prietor, and occupied permanently, or only as
a Fummer retreat, as circumstances may sug
gest or dictate.
Every variety of rural improvement, from
the plain, neat cottage, surrounded with lawn
and shrubbery, to the substantial farm house,
or more elaltorate and artistic edifice, with
mend w and grove, woodland and cultivated
fivl la, is more or lew attractive and pleasing to
to tlie eye of cultivated taste. Tho compara
tive independence, invigorating tiercise, and
grateful n p t-e, incideut to rura1 occupations,
liave ever htronly recommended them, either
as a recreation or a daily pursuit, to a great
rimj rity of thoe who ars able to ctioose their
own ooenpatjons; and there are comparatively
lew men who have not, at me period of life,
fondly contemplated the culture of the noil as
their Mettled vocation. It carries with it a
gratef ul pride of conscious useful nec, and con
fers a pnjortioiiate degree of abiding, manly
liappinei-s. And as a source of pure and ra
tional plea-ure, there is nothing more gratify
ing to tlie ee of taste, than the 6uburban
villa, standing in the midst of neat green
laws, where groups of shrubbery and ever
greens, artistically dispof-ed, are mingled with
choice parterres of flowers, and backed by in
terspnees of shadowy boscage, through which
is dimly revealed the devion windings of
woodland walks, now leading to some secluded
arbor, and now following the wilful course of
a murmuring t-tream.
"The passion for the purer pleasures of a
country life (it is aptly said) increases as one
grows older; for it is only when we have be
come sated with business, and are worn down
by too frequent collision with worldly people,
that the natural instincts assume once more
their etirly power, and revive in us a longing
to gather violets and pansies from the sun
Secked banks of m-qnestered lanes, and to listen
with the old childish delight, to the mocking
biid's song, or the tinkling niucic of a ro k
enc ii inhered brook." And then the genial ex
ercise wliich the garden or dairy almost i Tre
sis; i My invites from every good housewife, i n
parts to the muscles and nerves of the delicate
female a firmer tension, giving a more elastic,
gainly step, a healthier glow to the cheek, a
more cheerful deportment, and a brighter
twinkle to the lovej eaking, love-inspiring
eye. Nor are the benefits accruing to tlie ju
venile members of the family of trivial or tran
sit nt importance. Free air and abundant ex-ercit-e
are the lest and surest means of eccu-.
ring to them that first and greatest of nature's ,
bleings, t4a souud mind in a sound body"
and the former is never possessed n its full
cativc perfection sud vigor without the latter.
M't of these pleasures and advantages msy
ba embraced within the compass of a few
acres; and nowhere can there be found situ
ations better adapted for delightful rural resi
dences, either permanent or temporary, than
in the vicinity of our own beautiful city. Our
numerous turnpikes make it ea-y of access
from every direction. The picturesque vari
ety of hill and dale, woodland. Geld, and Mil
ling Lrook, either adjacent to or i emote from
the crowded thoroughfare, offer sites adapted
alike to the wants of the acme biwne-s man,
and tl.e votary of seclusion. Taking a life
time for the term of calculation, economy,
a well us pure and rational enjoyment, will
prompt nil who have the means, to pooet-B
them while they may.
Senator from Gibson. Our list of meml'erg
elect of the Senate has heretofore contained
tlie name of H. S. Alms. Eq., of Carroll, as
tbe Senator elect from Gibson, Carroll and
l'vcr. We are now informed, however, upon
the authority ot a gentlemm from Trenton,
tlmt Col. Ames's competitor, R. P. Cauwll,
E-q , of Gibson, is elected by a majority of 13
vo'os. Both gentlemen, we understand, are
Americaus, and in tin election of either the
Sta'e secure the services of an active, intel
ligent, eilicitrt legislator, Jealous and ever
watchful of the interests of Lis constituents
and of the State at large.
Removal or Ji'ixiic Ei uosa. Tin Armisia
tpitio and ma Abolitionists. The Alt
l ima Journal says : The Haltiiuore paers
confirm the telegraphic despatches ot the re,
inoval of Judge R)ali Elmore from LU official
'at ion in Kan-a, on the same charge as those
ma le against Gov. Rieder, of laud purchases.
It seems that tho National Era, the great organ
of tbe Abolitionists was aware of tLi deter
mination of the President some time since,
and announced its satisfaction in the following
words. Says this abolition organ:
"V are truly pratifled that the PreitiJent has
detrroinel to remove Johnson and Elmore. This
aciixi of Itie Pre-iJ i.t will ikaIm ths ksbl
'ir) aJ iittxe nothing injlttrnet a pomrtJ im
Katun, plant)! and nurturei by these men.
The qnestioa will naturally arise, how hap
pen it that the a!!itiou organ at Washington
k-iew of this dennination of the Prisdent be
fore it was announced to the public I and was
not this determination made by the indaenee
of the ahoLtionis'sf These are quetdoua for
lb southern Uemoorate topondroa.
,1'if tbb sj Tii 11
, TeDii., An? 14, 1633.
To the Editor of the Xa$hilU True Whig :
GsRTLtMXN: Somebody that singular! versatile'
writer has verv justly stjled the present, a pro-
gressive sge. I, a somewhat less versatile, tut
equally as discrimiaatiug a writer, am constrained
to style it also aa eggrtmw sge. I use the Una
aggressive here, not in its abstract sense but in
the sense of its immediate personal or Individual-
applicability that is to say, I mean but I am
meaning. I am glad you do.
t i , ... . ... . .
I am led to maku this obcrvttion by witnessing
.1,- ..f.M . r..AA
der. that are daily being heaped upon the unoffen.!-
' a r e .. .
mg Lead or our mutual and much esteemed friend, wha, u if. or ntUt whether they are in favor of
Postmsuter General Judge Campbell, and upon the ! miuf. If their platform is to be regarded as in
beads of his numerous subordinates in office. I eluding, upholding or justifwng such political mon-
Ing or indiKiia.ion and disgust which you may pos- j OTlr tbe reto of G0TernOr Gardner, then I pro
sibly imagine, but which I am wholly inadequate nounce it treason of tne deepest dye treason,
to describe. That forbearance is a virtue, is gen ' "k, unblushing and brszen deserving of public
-,.n i i t. ii r , . . . i reprehension and condign puninhment. II "ron
erally conceded by all classes of enlightened tojm.to resolutions
uui at me same nme, it is aiso aa tfstauiMiiru i recently purlishe1, purporting to oe tne ui m
fact that a contingency may arise in the course of ( mujoritv of the convention assembled al Pliiladel
buman events, calculated to deprive that charac J phm. it is iu substance the sap.e upon which I have
. . . . . , . I .. i Uoi tor vears tifron winch I did not enter with-
lenstic of the christian of its celestial attribute; t nnt ,.. ,h' a,i. nees. and which I intend
. 1 . . i .. i . .i t:
and to that point or contingency, I have been bur-
ried by the calumniators of my friend. Judge Cnip-
bell, and his ahle and efheient assistants. I cannot
longer remai i silent. These wretches must no
longer go uuwhipt of jutife. Permit me, there
fore, to remark, respectfully but firmly, that the
people of Tennessee are at liberty to sneer at Pope
Pius the Ninth, laugh at the eminently agricultural
patentee of our newly invented high -pressure De
mocracy the Andew-Johnsoniaa Locofoeos may
villi fy the American party, and the Am.-rit-an party
ia return, roy scorn the Andrew-Johnsonian Loco
locos in a word, they may indulge in any and
every thing kindred to that style of vituperative
article; but the slanders herein above alluded to
must ctaf-e to be tittered in short, Wilkins Mi-
cawoereo.7y speaking, they must be stopt. 'If th- y
are not, I shall not be responsible for tho saugitjpary
results that mxy follow. Mark that!
In testimony of the assertiou that my interesting
friend (in whose success in life I foel an absorbing
interest) and his subordinates have been most un
righteously dealt with, let facts aud figures, as
Slmkspeare classically remarks, be submitted to a
candid puulic; and that there may exist no doubt
of th-ir corrrctness, they shall be drawn from my
own personal exp-'Hence and observation, and that
of my confidential hiend rinooks, whom I herebj
introduce to you, gentlemen or at Itast, will take
the liberty of doing so the first opportunity. You
are sui-tainin;.' a loss in not knowing him. But to
the facts and figures,
On the 21 nay of July last, I committed to the
tender mercies of the Post Office Dipartment at
this place, a communication addressed to a friend
in tbe town ot E , Uiss., and on tlie 4th (that glo
rious day of Yankee Doodle and general njoicing)
I did myself the honor of repeating the compli
ment to that interesting village. These favors I
followed up by a similar demonstration of my un
diminiahed regard on the 7th. As these communi
cations were on business of a strictly private cbir
acter, you will commend ray forbenrauee irt denying
myself the pleasure of offering you duplicates, or of
transcribing them here. On the lOth I k-ft this place
for E., where I had the satisfaction of arriving at
sunset on the afternoon of the 13th, with my health
as little impaired as could reasonably have been
expected under the circumstances, having expend
ed but three days and six dollars and seveuty five
cents up to that stage of my Southern enterprise
As I anticipated, I arrived slightly in advance of
my letters ; but on cilling at the post office the fol
lowing morning, while the mail was being opened, 1
bad the unspi akable pleasure of seeing a viliianoua
looking Unit- d States Mail big disembogue those
written on the 2d and 4th. Recognizing them as
old acquaintances I may say as very old acquain
tances I laid violent bands upon them and had
the happiness of delivering them in person a hap
piness for which I fear I can never sufficiently ex
press my giatitude.
After an agreeable sojourn of three days in the
charming village of E , I took a tender and affec
tionate leave of the corporate authorities, and set
out on my return home early on tbe morning of the
16th up to which time, my letter mailed here on
the 7th, had not, of course, reached its destination,
as it had been en rouU but one week aud foity eigi:t
hours. I was, however, assured by individuals
thoroughly conversant with such matters, that its
arrival tuight be safely anticipated within compara
tively a few days. I have since learned, though,
that the event was postponed (not on account of
the weather) till a much lalr period.
It must bo borne in mind that E. is ono hundred
and ten niil.a hence ; aiid as my Liters arc invari
ably dtiliv red there (usually two at a time) in from
six to ten d ivs after they are mailed at this place, I
may truthfully say, I have been the getter up of a
series of the fantest and moot brilliant specimens of
letter transit kuowu to the people of the nine teen tb
These extraordinary facts, gentlemen, sr, I
trust, amply sufficient to convince every unbiased
mind thai my friend, Judge Campbt ll, and his ofti
cial auxiili.tri s have been, as it is spoken in the
vslate, mol shirm-fully "gone into." This being
tlie cas , I shtll withhold the valuable testimony of
my titeud Snooks uutil circumstances demand its
With the earnest adjuration, Jtit juttitia, ruat
etlm, I am, Kcntlemeu, with the higheat conside
ration of rttpect.
Tour ofiedienl servant, X.
P. S. The calumniators of Judge Campbell may
charge, that I, like that gentleman, am a Roman
Catholic, and write at the Instigation of tlie Priest
1 brand this accusation here, in advance, as
a bass falsehood. I reverence all churches am a
lobby member of several, but a communicant in
none. And Ut m assure these harpies who feed
upon thi character oi men in high places, that, so
far aa I now remember, I never worshipped iu a
Catholic church but upon a siugls occasion in the
whole course of my life ; and even then, my devo
tions, I blush to own, ascended oo higher than the
dark eyed calico pattern who did the trtble (I think !
i ... i i 11 l ., . . i
it was) tor the choir, wbd. th. canticles wers being
put through. I trust this explanation will pro
I open this to ssy, that if any of Judge Camp
bell's tradueers demaud my name of you, watch
theta namwty; if their intentions are unmistakably
pacific, tell them confidentially, it is John Smith ;
but if they have a blood aud thunder look a boa l
then, Lae lbeaa immediately bouod over to keep
the peace, and then tell theta to go to tlsj I sud
shake themselves I au not to be tt.ord with,
ricase throw out aucb ta iutijtatiob if necessary.
lli Montgomery AJotrtisrr, of tit 14th
In rt, coD tains returns from all tht State eicej 1
ween counties wLiclt, k says, will probably
increase) Winston's tnsjority to 11,000.
7 Le LrgiUtur statidte Senate, Americans
10, amies 22, one district to hear from; House,
Americana 41,, Democrat anj aatics 23, fuor
tusuibvr to hear from. I
: Daniel S. IicUa30H an! the Pliiladelpfcia Platform,
j Tlie editor of (ha Tallahassee Fhridian, a
I Democratic iaer, adlreed a note some
weeks ago to the lion. Daniel S. Dickinson,
cf yew York, soliciting his views on the
'.Amerjcari movement. Mr. Dickinson replied,
ftn(j Lis leltep u pQiJiliJe(i ia t,e Floridian.
Ue 8,ateg that be j9f,rr(0wd to secret wicieties,
nt fo Unh pftCe
. . , . . . . , , . . ..-
me standard oi menu, uiougu uo uim
, evils arising from the apjointmeut of foreign-
. ' ...... n, .
ever, of that part of the Philadelphia Plat-
c " 1
form wliich relates to slavery. He says:
W,.'etbr in. fTor of iheir pf "5? !
onestion of domei-tic slarerv. must depend upon ;
r . ., - -
finer flirt roiiMi a
j to r,.im,ish only with lit
I have not now thes
resolutions before me, but as I recollect tl.em I
approve them in mlistance, as sound, national aoo
irine. I ignore no p irt of the Federal Constitution,
eith. r in theory or practice, to court the popular
caprices of the mom-nt, to gain public station, or
to minister to the necessities or infirmities of those
in power. Nor, can I distrust the soundness of
piinciples approved upon lull consideration under a
hiuh sense ot dutv, because others may choose to
adopt and embrace them.
It has not heen our custom, says the Tusca
!ooa Monitor, to chronicle the withdrawals
from tlie Know nothing party but. we must ha
permitted iu one instance to break through our
established rule, and briefly notice one of more
than usual Mnportance. Among the candi
dates tor the various coan'y offices, there was
but one for tat asr. This one hud avowed
himself as a Know Sothing, and was accept
able not only to his p trty bat to every one
else. J ut About no n on Snturd ty before the
election, he made application for a withdrawal
"Sam" considered it rank treachery for a man
to run np n his platform np to the very" eva
of the election and then "withdraw." "Sam"
of North P rt was espe ia'ly ind gnant, and im
mediate measures were taken on both sides of
tbe river to teach a lesson which might be re
oemlered for years to com-'. A meeting
was held upon the treet and a suitable can
didal was selec ed for the end in v!ew. Hy
twelve o'clock Saturday night a thousand tick
ets had been printed with the name of the
new candidate upon them and on the owning of
tbe polls on Monday morning, with but few
exceptions, runners were at every box in the
county. "Sam's" candidate was elected as will
be seen by a reference to th published tables
by an overwhelming niojority. ,
it at unoLKRA ts. ur. jvnipp, Ot COVng.
ton, Ky., defines cholera to be "a hermorrhage-termination-of-the
dying-phenomea of -scorbu-
fns. It isn t strange that a complaint with
such a long name should make such short work
of its victims.
A beraved motner requests the papers
throughout the country to publish the follow
ing: A loy named James Nesbitt, now about
seventeen years of ae, left his mother, Mary
Ann Nesbitt, nearly two years ago, to procure
employment and asit in supporting his only
surviving parent who is an educated and in
telligent lady in poor circumstances, and who
is much distressed at tin ab-euce or loss of her
only son. . Mrs. Nesbitt is residing in Erie,
and will be most thankful for any information
about her lost boy.
Fiomthe Republican Baa or r
Ma. Eniroa. Iu looking over the list of Senators
elected to the Legislature, I see the name of Col
Edward S. Chxatham, of R-ibcrtson, Montgomery,
4c. Col. Cheatham was a prominent member of
ti e last Legislature, and by his gentb manly bear
ing, rtrict integrity and general liberality, won for
himself golden opinions in that body. Without dis
paragement to the claims of other, or invidious dis
tinction, I think no one presents claims tor the Speak
erihtp of the Senate superior to Cob C. A ready
debater, quick, prompt and courteous,- with fine
personal appearai.ee aud gentlemanly bearing, ad
ded to his experience iu parliamentary usages, be
combines, I think, all the elements ut a successful
aud popular officr. EAT TENNESSEE.
SEXTIUENrs OF THE PEESS.
From the Murfreeboro Telegraph, Aug. 11.
The great battle has been fought, and the result
shows that we have lost our noble standard bearer
for Governor; yet it cannot be called a defeat, fur
e have a m j.rity iu the legislature. We consid
er this as no blow upon th American party. That
party yet lives, and isdcsihied ultimately to triumph
over Spoils Party, foreigners and Roman Catholics.
The piinciples advocated by the True American
Tarty, are immortal, and all the combined powers
ot modern prorest-i? democracy, aided by a
foreign potentate and his at ject vassals, cannot
crueh them. They are shielded by ao aegis that
renders them invulnerable.
Our party may be thwarted for a tim, but there
is too much patriotiatu burning In the bosoms of the
American people U let it go by the bord.
It uiaat be remembered, that 8 AH is but an
infant ia the era lit, and hs co.ne near crushiun the
( try!M here iu our one glorious State, and has
; completely used up the monster in Ketttuckv. and
' lo"K '( be qualified lor his licicul.an labors.
The Augean stables will be cleansed by him, aud
oest oi ail, is ttiat be will soon grow so Urge that
the shirt ot Cestu will never fit him. lie will soon
niaka lh.s Xaeme.in LLn cive his last exniriim roar.
Already some of tbe tuads of lbs Hydra have been
destroyed by him,
Am ricus cheer up, reorganise, do not des
pond. We know that it req ihva eonsiderabl
Thilosophy to bear the Uft our gallant GE.V-
IKl, wno lought so i.oi.ly for our cause We
u , w 7" m ot Jeleale-l, that we
bav deci loJly theadvaiiuge. It U true that Gov
Jo!tlMI Jnmu ml N JrilU xXmUr
and bestow his anaUiema upon the ciiiseus of
Nashville; and Davidson County. lie ran disooaa
of a ft w offices, and pardoo criminals mJ libitum
Here bis power ends. W have a conerativ
legislature, and the people need be under do fears.
ICsrrsawood.aos of th Kew Tort Hrrail
6a FRAikCiscj, June ).
The Know No ting et uvention will ueet early
in August, and if that myst rioas Order nomluals a
strung liket, the Democratic party will beUowly
routed. TLs great strujrgle will be to seeura tbe
Legislature, which is la elect a tuceessor to Dr.
G aiu in the U. 8. 8etiat. Broderiik's chances for
that position are now considered better than ibosa
of any other man named. I. is considered on all
sides that Di. (twin's chance arc too remote to be
taken Into consideration. The B rode rick party is
avowedly anti rierce, and the repnliatioa of Gwin
bv the conveutioa Is equally a rcpudiatioa oi the
admiuUtratioo of rieree.
Kt Goveroor Foot, Bailie TsytoB, and C.
Marshall are Mapiiig tbe State and expounding
American principles, Tbey have rrtt received in
tbe moanuia townj with an enthusiasm which
udi iet that Know .Wthmgistahaa.ufciedtotha
rwm!4 part ot lbs ti.
The Konta of Anguit.
rr..5M n,1f 5n. lmnal.i!iilitT fof.tr t ho
glowing heat of this hottest of month. Facts,
however, are as solid as ever. "Truth is pow
erful" enough to survive all sorts of meteoro
logical contingencies. We propose to give a
fact or two:
August is so called after the Roman Emperor,
Augustus Cte-ar. The old &xon name ot it is
Arnmonath, or barn month, from the filling their
bams; am maninz harvest. Tbe Emperor tok
nnaaoaainn nt Kia (Innanljhin In thu mnnth thpn"
I.ii'.j o ..-r.-- j-.i-".-.. I.- .1...
c.it-u o mil,, ami ccieorawru mrre inun..m
oath of alliance from the army of Janiculum, the)
reduction of Egypt to the Rom in power, and the
happy termination of all civil wars the era of what
has been called "the Ausiuean or the golden age "
The Riiniin Si-niti'. tLi-refoi. calle 1 the month
after him as the V had previously C4lled the month
,. r t ,. A
preceding, after Julius tiear.
- Iu the Saxon calendars August is emblematized
as a carter standing near a cart loaded with corn.
r i,i ...: n . v
In later tunes mower were emblematic (says Brady)
of this month. But still oearer to the pres. lit day,
though yet of ancient date, August was dvlmeated
as a young man with a fierce countenance dressed
in a'fianid colored garment, crowned with a gar
laud of wheat aud bearing a victim. On his arm id a
basket of summer fruits, and through his belt a
sickle is thrust"
The first dav of Auguft was ono of the ancient
"qu-irter dayi"of the year in the English calendar,
and it was called "lamina Day." In the Roman
cab udar it is the fea-a of 'St. Peter aud Vineula,"
or St. Peter in hond-i, commemorating the day of
that Apostle's imprisonment. Antiquaries ronj-e-iwre
that Lam or Lamb mass originates from P. tcr's
ieing the supposed patron of lambs, agrei-avly to
he metaphorical expression of the Siriour, ad-
reised to him, "Feed my b-mbs;'' and i-o mass was
Instituted that htmbs might escape the danger aris
ing from biing shorn at that res.-on j
West Baton Rough. W e cii, the f How ing ,
items froni the Vi-a.Vi, of tlie 8th: ' ' j
Ykllow Ficvsa. This terrible disease has made
its app-aran1;' in our parish. MrC Noves and
his c l. ik. at Lobdell's store, died of it. a few days
fine, and it is rumored tht sever A thets in ti.at
neigh'-orhood have since lied of ihe same dixeaxe i
but we have no authentic iuforma'i.u ot the latter i
In Biton Roij we sre iaformel, thete havs
been serer.il cases within the last few das.
New Post Orrica Wrinklk. Our readers are
perhaps not aware that writing, printing or emboss- j
itig any thing except the address on an envelope
containing a circular su: ji ts the pai-kage to h-t- r
postage; and such circular- will not be forwarded i
unlex the full letter rule is pre paid All envelopes, j
therefore, wi-h the name of a corporation or business i
firm printed theraon are not allow.-d to pass with
circulars unless at I -iter postage. A plain envelope
is only allowed. BoxIoh Tanner! f4.
Uf The very great dera md 'or Mr. ffaaoNg' Brasilian
Pa'ihle Sp-.-ctaclea hvt Induced him to prolui g" M- stay in
this Citv until SkfJ'd iy, September 1 t. Ihoie in want of
thee jelebrated lilawei sh'-ul I eaH withon delar.
HASdVILLE ACADEjIY OF KUSIC.
0. i Vine Street, Na-hvide, Teua.
CHAHLE3 HESS ASD HE5RY WEBER.
DEl'AKTMr.N'TS The Sy.-.ten. -f lust rue i.-o adopt- d or
t iia Aodeniy U the same thai puriueii in the Hoi 1
A a'lemv in Pari, and con privet ftve Orprlmebta, vn
Criniiiv. (rel-man. fuDhoniorr. Junim, ainl tfeniur; lo
which is ad-led a Kecupi u! tion l)e.arim nt, dea.gneo lor I
those (hi intend to adopt Mu-ic aj a pro! koon
TEUM8 PEE SK6-10N.
rIMART D'FARTMKiiT, .. t'2' 00
Kive leonn-4 eeK, one Jail.., 6 iturday excepted.
FRKSSMvS DKPKTMi(SiT 00
FuUr leas. n a eck, M- nd, Tuesday, hursJuy
ud r'riua .
SOPanuORK DtPiRTMRNT 80 00
Ttuee lekaa .-ne w -. k, M inday, Wertned -y au-1
FriiUe. th uceili:ig week Tuesday and Thursday.
Jo -ma 1)kp .ime.M 3) 00
- Lea uua saui'. in n nile and in davs al iu the
Sxsttoa I)kprtmest 40 00
To 1-sMjim a week M.mday and Thursuay.
BlCAPlTL'LtTI DtPAKTJONr... 60 00
l.e--ou mi;. mtur lay excepted
. "" In all of the forrRoing Deptrtmenia, the Piano and
Guitar aie the nly innruuienw taught.
instrurtion on ne narp, x iaaon a wcea, ter mrwu .s,
in VoCahxaiioo. xO 00
" 4 Italansnle, 46 U0
14 t- cbs-es ol f-en:lemen on the Violin, Flute,
CUrion 't. c , two evning a week, 15 00
fr All tuition feea due on the entrance of the i-upil.
One lesson a week in Severed Mu-ic g'V- n io all pupils free
No charre will be made for 'he nse of Instruments. Mnsic
and Mu ic B k furnished rti to the pupils, mho will lie
permitted to retain ihemaa their own prop rty at the Close
of the esion
I upils wil; be rece'ved at any time, and eharped rom the
pt-riod the ecter to th Hose of the session The attend
ance of pupus will be r qui red d.irine the lei-on only.
1 he Academic Year a. I. lie l -led inP two ,emns; the
one commeitcinK on the 'd Monday in September, and cl"S
In. on the last r'rid:iy in January, the other commencing on
the 'st Monday ia februaiy and etosii g on the first 'ii ay
tn J me.
fjw-pupils Intrusted to their ear hall receive doe at
tention and if unwearied as-iiiuity on the part of ttie in-
roctoi en ava I, they shaU not f til to attain t'-e elevated
ttaintard it proflceney to which the may aspire.
Application to le made on or after the 1st dav of Septem
ber, at the Academy tu( 18 -8m
rr'IIEnewand sp'endid liuht wster
X oeambnat K. L. Coi'.B U Noa-
tbray. Master, will leave fur the above
port ..u S.TL' iUtV 8 h, at o'eluc
or paMaire apply on board or to
augl7 J.tR. YEATMAX, Afenti
'I 'HK eopartnar hip hereP fore existing between the nh
1 criters, unler the s'yle cf Rahaub A Cacacu saa
Bistolvedonfie 4n n-t., 0 mutual concur, n.-eenunts
du- the late fl.m are to be paid k, J. Kani-tte Wo .!. pay
mii V slUal BVK AIU w Ml Ml US.
ug.T K. 8. C'liCKCH.
jW Having sold to my partn. r, Mr. JNO. RAMAfSF, all
m r interest n the late firm of rUmaaa A Church. 1 mo-t
eoidial y rec ra nend hitu t- my friends and the public, aa
every way worthy of their eomt lence and patrnnsge, and
earnestly solicit for him a continuance cf their custom,
heretofore so liberally bestowed upon U. O.
B. 8. CilUUCII.
tW Ilsvipg booeht the Inl-rest of Mr. R S. CHCRPII
I h 11 continue the boot and sh liu-iinen at the old siai d,
4UC !kg! street, H 'UALK NO KkTMl,, and sll
shortly leceive from-the Ki-rn ma Im lare soa-iions to
rav prv-ent stock; tn ituks room for whu h I a ill sell a por
tion of the stock oo hjuid at very low priees
..,-- -OHM w,a,M. ft
EeTd FOE TOTjaSTlTZS.
from lion. Cave Johnsnn.
- "AHTiixa, Aov. 1J 1V5.
Psas Pia: I havs fir severs! wrk. use I a pair of ji.nr
Braa'ilian Prb'ila pertaciaa an-l h v t o htrta'.ion In slat
lngih 1 1 consider fiern rnurt (upi-iior to anv o'h-rcver
sed br u, and h' taken pieasu t in recammei'ding the
ase uf the ia to my friends in prfrrrn-e to any rther.
apectf'iUy, jour obedienrs'trvant,
- J II. Esasoaa, Nashville.
CIQ axo Aiiic Orrtcs, I
Nsshvilw, Aug. H, (
I have been using g'ars for some f air or five years and
during tlia' time I have 'rir-l a ou'iiIk r i f Uiff, rent drr lo
tion and manuf icture, some of whicti I th ught very raid:
but a few dya since I obtained a pair of Mr. ie'i mns'
strsal llan Nibble ep clacles, have givea tlfm. a proy tair
trial, aud I hava nn he-ita too In say ins- thai ihev re far
Superior to asy hire that 1 have evar trnr-l U thst line
Q. C. TOKIiKTT.
rmm tlagh Krwln, Fsq.
Mr. J. II Pmaoss Dear Sir: Th arts Ulan Psh'e OUsa
s that I porihaaed of you about two week truce, have
proved fully rqa-ti su all -oa Uretuet-tlng tlirir a-'-o-l oial
itiis. tho aie ma h -mierlor to any I have eerr mai
I w.ail 1 aariMa'ly aivtaa all h art comtelU-d to u-c e1 ec
taclcs to call at year othoe aad procurt a pair wuhoui Ja
la?. I wonM not be withoat them for m r th m Cvc Uns mM
they cost. Ke.LKctfoJ'y yoo.-s,
Mr. iMHoyt Ol asset caa be oMue4 ath'sO hoa,
over T.T, Berry A Co . BUtara, aaul September 1st,
.. . .
and at ao ertaer phMM. sutll
TTnlvorwItv rt 1M9 rixrlll n
ULUVerSliy OI rtasnVlUCt
COLLCit'lTE DtPAR MrJfT. '
VIITT Ti er MtrtrilT iwaTVTTT TT
W a SlCttfl AILilAKI ISOIIIU T&.
f I'HK Se-aioaof this C Peire, whlrli ennsl-t of two terra
1 eomsaciii -vsperavrlv oo the loth brj.temtwr and
tsth January. eoaUoar Btthvut Interruption from tht usv
gianiag ( tbs taa ivth luar, &4. At p ent
t ir a Ntss Ptt eaisrs to I be Oa k-ge une other will b
astdad. Tbe sHr- s4 ssotw-s, fa -very department, U at
Ikwrwngh la kil aok aad te-ehlng as that cf any College
la rst-e-siB'ry. Th StscMioa tswriet. yrt parental and
MiaUissA hv isV Sli4 sliL Umtsl If iMl kii I
Cisitura, LoueetD aod thscipila Ar Ui rsotciai ob.ci uf
the tyt'BWA. - '
C ar.sslw lUJon, Ijnardifig, ashing, gael, 8-rvaata,
alteadane as of Arts. aVaria farhrtarc, 7 -wels, v4
aiag(ch Cbbb to ssinply Ult Beeary b'ar.keU) par
lrw uf ye weeks. Sntsaci" t aud slant. Ism & ,r
'erta. rngiaewriog. Mod, ra Laatwagwa, Bo. 4 Kawoiog an.
reaciag, sh :o B-r term, Htudeatt Koa4 i-g with b-ieada
art reesuvesl wa Bpwaial aeeanrameDts with th, (."hB-r fn r T
fseolty, sad chargvw 1ST M pee ttrta I Taitma, ruet,M
wf fabt BS ba Arm, far partw-nlar addjasa
f j. nenaigN lispjut,
CVaara k f tow Lhivwrtiiy, se
B. K JoHNrOS.
"JytT 3w rapennteodeot the losU lata.
T-'OU II I T Three Hoams oa DeadVrick street, la
X AleUaveck buiidic, soilabi low a tmU faasi.y.
a. aai.LOM kL
tsswiaral Ager.l, Na. II Dm. Vet. k M.
State Senators Elected.
- ra lne -ooawn, carter, wasiuogtoa ana
cuiIithd. mtith. amer., gin,
llawkin. Hancock and Jc r-on, B. F MrPaauss, Amr.
' Oreeur, Cueke. Sevier and Mount, A J fLrroaa, At.
Claiborne, Grainger, Aiderson and CampU.1), lirrcn,
Knox and Roano, 8. R Hodouh, Amr.
Morgan. Scott, Fentrea aud OTerton, liwn B wlis, anti.
M McMinn 1'oik and Monroe, D. W. ttaujtw, to.l.
I h-a, Hedane, Bradley, Hamilton and Marwu, joh M.
While, Jick-on and Maror, PiM Tcrskt, Amr.
pjiith and Sumner, J. M . UntD ai ti.
Wil-on and Ifc KM, W. B tTnauj, Amr.
Kntherford afik M il iam-on. R O. I ixis. Amr.
B!l;ord and Mar-hall, Thomas Vkls, i.ti
FTn. Ctniioii. Colfec. llrundf and Van Bar O. J. M
Franklin and Unroln. Jo W. CiBT.a. antL
'Giles, laansceind Wayne, T.J. Dw.wii, a ti.
Jaury, lvia, llukiuaa ud Uicou, t.C. WmTTHca!,
Davi.lnnn. A. W. Jouxtuw. Amr.
R .bert3ra, .Montk-om rj and Stewart, Cot. E. S. CmiiBix,
Berton, Humphrey. Perry , D. eatur and Henderson, A. P.
Hrdm.M :S iiry and Hardeman, J. II Mans
H-nry, Weaaie.v and o -ion, J o c. atkis mi
Oio-ou Carroll and ly r . obt. P Caldwicll, Amr.
Maoibon, llvwoo l, Lauderdaie aud lilMon. lsa0 M.
gTgl,B Amr. ' F 1
ayette and Shelby, C. 8. Pilmorb, Amr.
House Cf RtpresentaUves.
PnHivnn, Missisoill, anti.
Waidiintrton, J. K t. iakhih, anti.
Oreei.e, Luii IilLLaa, uu
HanLiu, JoHt Ball, auti., gain.
I'ocke. ' cami bi-ll, Amr.
Jt-nVrsOB, J. M VbEk Amr.
Orainir- r J. X. CiHMicHikL, tmr.
Claiborne, B P L-.m, Yt tug.
K i. Mosaa W bitk, A r.
Mou-it, li LBi RS, Amr., gain.
Monn e, Kcuo, Amr.
Roan-, WkLCkWt, Kmr.
Mc.Minn, J. C. Cakuk'K, anti., cain.
Brtdley, I ICU T, luli.. gnm.
JIhu ilLun. J. C liL'KCH, ti.
M irmn, J. tiSTi. Lr , nti.
' Kr iuk iu, T. v antt.
Cannon, I . i W oo a .ii
Warren. THoaii Iabrt, inti.
White I Uusns s.'Lw.ka.-s, Amr.
O tr:oti. iiuicar. D.i
J ick-ou, .ii kTu, a.iti., gain.
Siiiiili, Wood. Amr.
IVK:ill, M. M Brikn. Amr.
Sumner, P. b Uili H anti.
Kmlieifurd. J. M. maraiNS Arnr.
' rrifol W I it lk Anir.
Lincoln, E. S. N B ao, xnrt
IkiaMi 1 , E A 'u. aut.
Ai liiim.-on, K . &i, Arur.
I:ol rt-on, K. A roar Amr
M-nfromer, M. p. Path, Amr.
Stewart. Mikmw ix, ,u'i.
Dirxs n, Vf J MTni , i,t'.
Hirk'iiai , HiTt.-uikS, anti.
M dry, F r. Dckmnutun, anti.
ftile. A. Wa'ikish w.iti.
I.:tren-, . i. Nixon, anti.
Wiyn-. W W I'ikj.' , nrr.
Ha din, IIrazki.t Amr.
Ilemlel Min, t t'i AT, Wfc g.
l'mil, Pvpft Wilxin. Ai'.r.
Ileniy, W. t. Tkvh, anti
We ikiy, N. V i avut, auti.
Obi'ui, Sti.vall. an'i
Oihjtin FmiTH 'AkC, Amr.
Ma'li.-i'n, ikv,i bidiiri Anr.
Mc:u y, tmru, aT.i.
11 tJ e.ian. R 11 '. xa, inti.
ta'-!te, W B ' ortcu, Au.r.
II yw.K , 'lK;me, Amr.
WiUon, Johs K. vma'id t. W H tiros, Anr.
Daviiln- d, 8 - ikiwm :ud L. M. loiri- -iith.
m(Iv,(i M Kakti. TTanitl L IIouils Ann.
Carter an.) John-cu A liprus, 'mr
O reene. Haw .ins, lt..no. k J J ffcrso ,'isoaai Kissbt,
Knox and Sevirr, H t Abmstbono Atit.
An e mii; and i amplHI, Wallack. Amr.
j S-o:t M rn.n au Fe mens, . x tt, -nti.
Polt:, McMiim and Nl--i J. It I CD , nti
knea Kli t-fK- Mnd i au.il on, N i I oi a snt!.
Gr'indy.t'offuean 1 V .n i u en, A NohTHiT T, anti
hnii Ii, M.m er Macon, W H. Da in, mr
I'a .iMin. U jIh ris n in l M titpwe v itvii ox, Amr
Kuthe. lord ai d li, foul, I-. B. IJkYscLDS u.r
li iO 'Q ar-hall Mud i: , It. V Ci dk, uiti.
. Will aiu on. M -u'y an I LeaU A M.iix.kT, Amr.
be ton an l lluiiH'lireys. i iiufc. T aiiti.
Peir.van.l Pe acur, I'atatt, atio , g 'in.
C irr,.li. tiib im, M-eli-uu .in i i.turi, J ii A lckb, Anr.
I) . er anil I.HiiJ. rd.. -, Kldkr n-it . fun.
- 'iipuui, he.tlj au-1 If. ijr cite em f. TATi.ua, Amr.
UTF, h nnernigned, having e.iin;red with attention,
the ri.nstrm-i oi. an-l v r"n of C III.D'S ttKAIN
PFPAR iTU't, and wi'rirnurd i h tw p-ise nod pi aMire Pi
thoroufth ucti n in cl -n'ii the Inumt nlirat of cle-a'.
cockle, dirt end pnieula ly arr h rh is rem ed 1 i m
the wheat wit lO'it rnea.nift he Ult or foilinft the a" am, aie
iniirred th.i' thi Mai'hine is n ost n' e ary for the use ot
cur VHnner-" a-id M Hers to prepare rhewhenti a erchan'
ab'e condition f -i the ho e and 1-rein market-, and to
enable nu' lifmrrs to eumnete wr.h those of the North and
Ea t in raising ai d -e!le g crain.
We, he undi-rsigiied the rfore fee leg the importance of
oba niii(f an improved r ir!e f wheat in the eondi'ion m
: v. .. i ....... i . ...r 1 11 ... . .... . . . y. .
g-wiim i,.t pici' itu vuuc -tin wore .nc iii-ti
ktt Cj (or M , heM cleae,, lh c.hipt (. in pp.
SKVH C:i, VANNING A CO.
J' UlN'Si N H'iRNK A CO.
W. '. 0tKl)ON A CO.
3 A K. YKAVMAN,
R. C. I'AMY.
C.1L H' II A PERPON
J. s. Mc'I.I-TEK A CO
J0H.O. a WEAVtIL
fash for Whrat.
TDK ub'C ih. r will pay CAH for wheat at the highest
No 81 olleje street.
tstll II I it . A negro man 26 yearsof aa-e for the
bal nee of the year. Also a b y and giil S n Syeais
of are. K. A HLLOW-.
aug'.S General Sfrent No. 17 Ileaderick st.
HERE'S T AT 8EAM8TKE-S
IIIAVEanet ellen 8-amstreis, Wa h-r, and Ironerfor
sale. Any "n wisliing "o lurran be satir-fied as to
q'l-il'tictiun and eh ir eter. None need apply earep those
w.i-h'iifr to buy to keeo in the ei unty. Also, a- veral other
n-gr.,es augH RrKd V. 10 It TICK.
UTT. wiM pay CASH for 'A heat de iver-d In Na-hville.
Picks furnished. Call and see Os l f-Te vna s II
J. A K. YkATMAM.
finOM! who exp-' 'o KimI ll
rmrhcSnf vn Voll
he next term of the Trr
dnv, tt.eS-1 of Hep'ernber
next, a ill p -a-e alt-n I ;t th" IttKh ?c'ioil, the I on nn
MoLtlsv, T'lrsd-iy nn i V-'tn-da, I lie 'i"h. 'ii'it and ivll
Inst , trum 8 to 1 1 in tt e f 'ruo-m, a'd froni S to 6 in the
aftrmo n, and th r'rl. on Thur-dav, Kriilay and Faturdsy,
"e a3 I i h and 'ii h inst , djrlng the sme hours, to re
irive ,het- tirket of silmi-non.
This n' ti"e spp lr 'o those ah'j attended the last term st
Wel" s to those alio did not. J. t I'E AKU
auglS dlw Superinienilent.
Ho! for Kingston rprings!
ri'HK n- d-rijrned hav mide an arrange- , . , t.
1 uient with lr Jie- J. r"aker, to run T3jJ ', '
a six pa sen(ter omnibus to Itie pril gs :hree "
time per wrek. I are each s a, to doilaia. Office at the
Sewsnee lloil-e. where lu sts niv be ei-nr.-d.
The oiutii' us wil! leave N'a-hville yin. tna ly at S o'cKck,
A. M , n Tueds. Tt:urd tv. ami lull.lys.
keturt.ing will leAVe the (-'pniis'' J'"nfltfillj at same
h ur rnMirda t WeHnrslas and f rid iys.
I areM ur Vers, rood tn-rsrs, con fnrtable emnibnses and
a deliirM.ul p'ai e of reso t are tt-us fTm-d to the p b!ir
N i psin- ill be 'pared to make the trip pleasant, and a
jou n a' K.t.gj.ou Satree toU.
j.il- iia o r. J. a J KRIinER.
R. C. McNAIt.Y 6l CO.
Tl A VK this day received per 'iprr, on'y six dsytont
J.1 from ew i or k, a besu'.ful U't of
Fr- uch w ir ed Co Isrs, Hl-evas and Chrmlirttrt;
M'Ximin i"jl!ars and Hleeve, in treat variety;
Jarkonet and (. Kdgin and I:.t:rtiiigs;
V) hit Kuihroiilere.ni -klin Kobe-;
Iv-Aittif il t vening l'r. ss-s, new -tylrt;
M'ii, CheetiJ in figuie-l Na;n-ook;
Plain and 3 riprd tmlia IMniitiis;
8rn-.il Red an I Whit ri;
Sl'len ll.1 Hridal t as;
ll n Vlmwhn l't l-amesand "erar, reTravrIng Press
es, P'icaet llsn isr-etit'ts. Nig it taps, Olove ilexes, aod
mauv :u t mile ttiiut tuo tenuous to mention, allot wluJ.
wc will srlt at the ke-t ptihl plc a
W,- h ill receive -'unrig the e ln wk one of the larg
est stock! of rngltsh and American Cop- ts evrrhrougi t to
Ic market, a. C. -MCNAIRY a C ".,
tyVi Coll. ge street.
T yrec Tprings.
I'm) d-'u htf.it hummer Katreal Uses ipa xifAs
I the rrerp:i-io i f visitors. 1 Um II- has under
Oi4 a thoro'.Kh rrsp-ir, and tlie aiosl anpia v"t
rang'tuenu b-ta made r ir e aestnta tlatloa
li' ',r're " - Ihtni selves ot S Vit to this
well vpon wal-rlng plare.
It will be lie co.tn aim and endeavor of th Proprietor
to pleas, a-l who vt-rt h-m, and prvaersw . ad maintain
the h'gh repu'auwt aiMveraaliy -eoo.de.1 ia it- rprlnirs,
by sl th. Ir fonaee ttrtsns. Pledg ng himself to autirtng
assiduity la the discharge of all the dutirt drvolv.rf oa
him as '-..pri. f r.htcot.B Irat.y hopettornnvethel.b-ral
pa'r.- ti, rt f w tiTeaoed tj hua by his IrienJs aad
the public ttneraly.
A Till sopoty f to ia on hand aad reals ar th Season,
JeJI ta.pl WM.HObkKr3.Pr. pil.tor.
forrm 0i ltt ll(;S an bale ewpertoryj
I I B
iSAnabur.-iustreoeiverf lusts' sal bv
bkYMoLa, rAsiii a or
f'OI'I'CC,- 8 bags prime l:e l ffr.
. X5 t, old Gov. Java t
" Laguyra h ;
t low by
BfcYMoi'R. rASsisa a co.
In store aad tor i
U7 1 1 1 S K I V .- CM barrrU P he's MagooUs Whisker.
u bt.it 01 1 Resrrt and ay
1 j da KotMnsM cwoaiy Soabk dis'lilad Ao;
Ia stora aaj La aaia by
aaaT fig Til OCt, tlSlSQ A CO.
CA5)n.i:4.-'3t)iox, War Candles;
r J aassse Mould do falbv
box giTMoCsv, rtxsiJia co.
I Jl Ml M A It It A Vi' I wi pay Cash to B pa
I ...... I .a n .rrsoss to dsuess t.
g. A. aAtXow' E, 6a. A at.
J.Jt .B. II gl.tVlS 1
THE RIGIITOR THE LEFT?
TOON, NELSON CO. nave just received several new works.
One of the nun b-r it
"Ths New Novel upon Fashioaahls Keligioa."
"Its pon raits life-line, its skctrMi gs grap'iie, Its pic
tures powerful, aod a m n-djie." "Kiruiin," Un. A'.VA
Uu Mrr,D U. . J..16
All About the Warier
Tlie Morf ot tlie Campalg-n :
A Comp ete S irrative cf the War in Russia, writ'en in
aT. nt io the Crimea, hy M.ij. E. Brooe Uaniley, author
of " llv 1W t Widowhood."
This work it recommended to the redert attention by
by the followine considerations : The aithor i-an ac-eompih-d
flS.-er of he Brtish arm v. He is nw en-gvir'-d
iu the war, and hs be-n from the firs'. 8. He hat
already established a brilliant repatation as an aathor. 4.
This Ntrrative of the War was wriiten cn the spot 3 It
contains ' complete account of the wr from the kvsinntng.
6. It enlightens the reader on many point wbich other ac
count have left o'ifcare "
fy The above, wilh many other new books, can be had
of TOON, 'k.U-oN A CO., .
jy18 44 t uion street.
EW PUBUCATIOaN s
Valuable The!oicil Wrlis.
W. T. Bt-.KRY k CO. have re-etitly received
I The Life and Kpi-tles of t Pml. bv the Rev. W. J.
tVnybeare and Rev. J. 8. llow on S vls
3 llipp-'l.ttus and His A-'e: or the Ik gni.ings and Pros
pect of Cliri-tianity, by tlie hevaiier Bunsen. 2 rols. ;
8 DMvidnn'i In'rKluction to the New Testament. 8 vo s. !
4 Jeremy T. tor's Who! Work.-, with his LifeaudaCri ical
Kx:iniinatiO!i of his Writings, bv Dish p H-ber. Io vols.
5 Harreit's Svni-is of Cr t cisns on Difficult an J Itisputtd
Ps-ag'-of the Old TeMament. 9 vol.
iiev TLom is it ttua'- C 'my'e'e W'orks, aith his Life, Ac.
edited by McMd-an. II vols tsi-arce )
T Morir'ne; ' xerci-es at t'ripplepHte, S-. t.ilrs ard Sonth-
wark, f ir . ing a Complete Body of D-vinity, by a I the
distinguished l'urit-in D.vines.e l.ted by Ni :ti'd. 6 vols.
8 Rirhird I'axti r's Works, with Life, ard Essay on hi
Gel ius and, Wr tings, hy II. nry Uegers. 4 vols.
Memoir- of tlie Lile and Wri uiks of lr. Chalmers, by
his sun ia- aw, lr. Hnnna. 4 vols , naif calf.
10 Chillingworiii's R. libiuu uf Protestant-: K Safe Way to
K.tlvttio.t. . 1 Vel.
U Ili-to y of Latin Oris ianity. including that ot the
Pope, to tie. PimufWte of N.cuUa V, by Milmn
13 I.a-ons nihie Cv.-lo slia, eoutsinin; 'he Biography,
Oe-.rnpl y and Nturl History of tlie Holy Sciip'Ures.
13 Oenes:es P.rdl'el Histories cf Judah and Isra. l 3 vols.
14 Hish. p Home's omplete Work-. 3 vols.
l tcciesia tieai (.rek Historians; einl'racing Kusebius'
Const, mtiLe .md LuclrsiHslic I History, Socrates' Min'u
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tury, nil Ev ig In..' Ilistoiy. 6 r- Is
16 Ha dsricL's Hot iy of th Artn les of Hrl gii-n. 1 Vol.
17 Iafll-lity; its Aspects, Causes and Ag.-n:is, ty lie v.
Tl nmas Peai son. 1 Vol
13 Arutbi hup Potter's Oiscur-et on Church Uovcrum. ut.
19 The Veuerb'e Re Vs ""omplete W.irks, in the original
Latin, accoinpHiiie 1 by a New Foolish Translation ol
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3) Rot-ert 3'U'h'i Sertnons, Preached upon several occa
sions. 5 vo's.. elf.
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11 Writings of Ai inius, tr ins te-l fi otn the L.tin. 8 Vols
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H Wa I's Hitnrvof Infant B.ptis-.. 4 vols.
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27 DoMri lire's F.niy I x -ociitii -. (,,,!
H Bi.ttt'j Serm.-ns, "itli I, is Life, Ac. 4 .ols.
8J K.)hii)so..V Siriii'.ure Clir.e ers. 4V.1-.
8J Kailie's Coiumeutary on the Kpi t.e to tho Ei heslans.
SI Ntfhn-l-r's Cli -.ch Ilistory 5 v Is,
83 laoo's SpirniMl I r -s.su. v. 1 vol.
8-1 M issiilfoi'.- Permon, w 'h lit Li'e. At. I vol
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AlllltlTTH MAI'OLI US.
W. T. BKR'IV k CO. hav- jus received
Tllr) III.STORY Cr NP.iLkOM HON'AP RTF, by John
9. C. Abbot', with m.'.p-a id iHustr .tio.i-. 3 vols.
A L S 0 :
IE Cl'RF: M tVQ' E, or Po-lsl an i Religions Cu-tnros In
France, y Kug i e de Courcilloo. J. 2-
Si:i IPS It l.l'Olt I K.
RFPORTSOK T ! I K. CthE-l ARi.l'KI) 4ND OETHRMIV
ID IN THE .afPWKME COCRTOF TESNK8hE, "y Jou
L. T Csnro. Vol 1 now ready and for sale by
m 25 W. T. BKKKY k CO.
TO THE PUBLIC.
From the Rev. Dr. J T Kdgar.
Na-'Vix. -"gnst 4, ISM.
Ma. j-is -Denr ;r : fls-vt'is- nsr I for some t me psst,
a osir of "U nr ly lnvntr.1 Prsin .n -ehhie fpe-jtactes,
I ferl no 1 .sittt .m in testif. ing to their ,ui-n. nu over
a' y l m..s h.-rei.itore kno n to ne In a- dub n to their
un. q'lall. d pur;ty of turf.n e thev inn an f om their pecu'iar
me-I sni ni a v iu il eaue and c.-mfort to tlie lye, prrserv
ln it ailk- tiom sen e ' I pan r nneasinera to tiie eye,
how vnr long it ry one tm e they may be u-ed.
Very re-pec"ul.' .your frisnt, J. T. I DO A It.
gr ia W;n II. Hairsns, V q ,
N Asuviu-f, August 1. 1."3
Ms. Hi as. s Ifie- hjviw u-e.l a pair f your "ltri
Utn iviiii e f.Tt.c; .'' I hvr no he i'aiicy in ststinir an.'
Ktae pleasure in so doit.g, that they sre sui erior t- auy I
Have ever used. He? pee t fully c,
W. 11. I1AUAN8.
From B. T). Ilarris, E-q ,
I acre with W
11 lltg.tr- q , in the above rer'illi-at'
in re. co noirtu one a I s-rs wis wha r in
and ta-e ple--u-i
,HQt i.f n.ifM-rior p-c.aeies to purchase f Mr. reniuion's a
1 ousnler them s ij-rior In al y I bsve ever u-eil.
b. i UARKI8
FrumA. W. Hunt, t. D.
Vaai -R, August 8, laWV
"Tfcs lnngrr I ne otir g!a se the moie fu"y ml enr
Vlncedof their su;.- rity ver ad ulhera I f.av ever ed."
From Kev. J l-u W linden.
W..rr Haix. Aout 8, lM
Mr J. II. Pi at Dear br. 1 l.ae Us-d a pair ol
y ur iin.r. ve. -.scsr e-. Io. h ut two wr. ks. and Sud
Jheni super. or t-.sny I l.avetver tri-d, a--0 I have recoti
sa-n-V-l swrro i.f m. frin t, to.-al' ard try them, and thev
are inuri pi, a ed with thei.i. I titv-r f. It t,id Bl.ii read
ii.v f" w l'ir:n with 'hem I -r houis toir'ther.
n'i-s -ry, sitirretv, JlJll W fJDEV.
I" Mr. t. nimo s may he c .nsiilte l at his i 21 -e . ver
W. T Hen y's book Store, on tlie Square. aug 18 If
LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE EAILK0AD.
T- r i -v. J. .4 WKfH v '.
- -J- III 1 1 - -'
To thoa.) who pay taxes to pay iatrrrst on tis
Bonds of DjvilM t aad Sumner Counties.
1)RINT! D re'ei .ts Wi I b' lurnishe I to Collectors, show,
ing on their f.c tl.lt eB-h hjlder of receipts to th,
am u it of I'.ihi wit be entiticr I to on-? sh.i ol sPs k in the
l.uo.vPle an-l a hvl le Hal ral Co. o ietipt will be
s-c ptrd as rvi'tm e of u -h payment Pi entl'l the holder
o t"-k nip' th e ahii-h sen the pr.ule.i f .rm prrs. nb
'A by t'.e toinp y an I furoi bed to -ls ' olwrtor. Ttl'sie
nnv.pts ar, trau-P-iatl i.y an eu lorseT.cnt of th a am. In
hit o-- n ibintur of tht taaps-er.
ai,-tl l u c JOHN L HtLM, Pr,.'tL.N a. R.
TO TH03S ITEBE?TED.
rIV avoi-l ur.pl ssant d (B uitle, I wid only pay sorb sr
X cuuei iu lulur at I c.n ruct '-!', ir ty mf rter.
it a w. poaraa.
Grayson Springs, Ky.
rpnEs" Pprtngs are tl'ustrd in Orsyson coun v, ts
L Ky. T4 ni esnonh of th- Mammoth ave. a
l. lit. g u great ban lance every van', of su p'lur as-J
waters; pore h'te, re I. b at t"l sail sulphur aud msrae
su. Ac.:i.eeaea.ve.UiItUet rf wlmh a. umqisl.!
at Buy other w,t-ring piaC.
Aa p.r.on- desiring to i i uiay-on, and
taatkn. W ref.rthem U Cot. J hn al.d Oen. VT. Urw
ing iirai Nashville, Term. .
Uqr place is e .siv.lj lirprove-l. mhn will air 401 to
omm.i U .n f ,t a p'u-. aad "W -.'
L.a..d.rood assia.iyo h.r wtrert ig plsee oa lb
t onveya,..-e. e.o be had at MusasM. O.ve lor r piar.
and th-jroa.lt rv,ie.i U a very good eown.rT ; vry
Bassati for carn.iges. .
sw- h.. ,d.u, .ju laV;ps wk f . ps-r atooth
A4A !a7 ' T VI till I. It x T .
V1W JA V. t L4I.K''s,
I "o l ! -' bose- J. Vr-yUt k CoS
1 h rd'tres4 tsomsaer tUo i-'aiMttet In M. rt ts I sue
sal. ., I K ') W" UOalsijsl k O.
LfV I.OriI- ag Flo Fassily Floa,
4 this day rwodved.aad I r saks Mm cash u rpxs-eua
.la.sisst b S M Us)MlH CO..
atelt sV.-p't "'er-' Kaok. w !-. T ss
PrR.ONH.elr.sa f toswrrdstug fcr stork la the at saui
ttiv femeu-ry, rai bow hav an n p-tauity l d
rgesbaan' '" Ll - CasTr, lv. J )
ttfCasi.tteA Mtasi BltiiyUU, wScaa (.v, any lafssr
a i, .,i-i4 Lkat ttiasss wtss nk Iwswh
SSbMSa MVWt'W. -
eru wilt dsv UttSBsdtauiy, a aoiy a aasiiaw
Bast la tu I d-r sal i vl.
. a LAI'lt toptV ol Ho Fwwr and Thrvshsrt, Oar
,' 4b Rbgiort, rVeews 1 4 larhst ia diaaBvlsrr, Pie-a-vk.
Prttebursh C- ke, Lvisv-1. serew. few at a kVrsws
Clamps, rvsa huk A3(Jt, Hi-. )sst reiv.l and sax by
0. W. OICSKT.
X.w tsasff rss, Vsnll'sa
HOLMES &' STOA'EY,
Ilorce V fm'm Itarr,
CII A ULESTOiY. S. C
g3" WiTl ati.nd ti the sa'e of ft TloX rLOCK.
.RAIN, 4r...oro hr Pr.H.u.-,. '
V '' i Pnlinetw Liue New Y rk I teketa.
WM. M..LAWTCN CO,,
."o. I 3 Son tltvrti t. har f,
Cliarloston, 23. C,
SOi THE SHE ir
Wcslcra and Soalhrni rrodiice.
W M. UWIO.N,
R. W. B v or,
aun7 ri m
JOS T. nif.L.
IMJOIOi L.t TO.X, Jr.
JNO. 8. SUULDS s. T. SLIT.
SHIELDS & SUIT,
Shipping & l'oniiiLion MnrhnKs
FOaWAEDERS AJT; FSEIOET AG1NT3
4i WAI.t. MCI i T.
rI1MRorOHr.ceipl Kiven f . P, rk, B .eon ird, Tobac
X co, I riKluer an I Merch n to th- Etsteiu fit e by
thevsnout irun5(..rtAtn r..ut s
. 1!:,,,ci ,, f mi"niih I o w .rdir.g Dr (io Hia,
and t.. the purrhaae ai.d ik of l'r- , uce. "
lhr.it ! Hhrat !
W u T ,: 200O I C'-IHJ Wl.E-T Th.
" highest luarsetpra'e s.u be paid in CaS by
Wheat ! Uln ar !
'I'EV TH.UAM l.fM'ri.- HI imf: RV. .m,iV,T
1 wanted .ie.iv-r. I I- .u Wa-r.a.c r.r h ,.y n ,,.
for which , will p,,- To cents per .-u-h.-l... (y h-
' F II. O..DOS 4 CO.
wue t; wheat:: "
200.0 i's III MU t. UlililT
Uf ANV-Oim-nedl telv .t the highest cs. o.i.- fn
'iirmslieU if d si-r.i. it K Y
a3 No 3i',..lr ,..'
l'AVTKI I.o.iHsi h n. Is tth-.t. detlverr-i at
- J',Wll 9t cn ,h' ' ,-'n'' 1 irke' pn will i ,,,j
lb cash bucasiu ny q i .ntr v ftrni - rd ... .,r,rr.
wllL'ttt II I- K.s. ,
auir4-1m , , .,, . r(,;d.t
( AMI Yn WW IT.
t l' r sre p-rprerl .i j,.-,, he H I f o FST MtRRFT
U'V," :M','a, n 41 ,nr the Nvh!
villefSy Mtil .sud es-re II thr ,..Ht ,,r (,
acsul before .-el.i g rl-ruh.re. Iik.r.. we si sl rs p,e
par.l to r.-P:i,g K.our to. Wi..t n - c-. trn.- ,iI
: sH fs. p, v ,; H , t 4
,N, ,wr w M n p r tRt !he
p. ice tor n he a' clean u iSr.-oxli
CHI L' GSAIA' SEPASATO.
Jell wanwtf (i H t pf,
..! , i. !! no I !!
Cltfl'fan-tr.eHghest mar. rt j ri. e d!o aoo.1 eleaa
J ws eil ooi, bj
v ' " D. p. . It Kl 7.
no E' FLora::
V.NV quai.'ity ef - u .jio -I b an - a. I g 4 e-x per
Sfiecan be s-a-l uc.iver,l at :uv war.- I..mi--
l- l it'aKY,
'g No. . ' oiiec-treet.
Land for Sale.
Ioffvr fr ( tn, fn lie if eo m- r
Of LAIIt"irnnib oln hu tVnt'sl Tu- pi., ""t
Kos , even iles r.i .. t'-'U i hi, mi.i f...,r fr. m it pn
OA.L, 1-ell.g- p ,1 ,. (,e tr . t on W i. , I rs,-le
I his Lao, i i, r,,iil it n. ,UI,er,,,r p, .a,,r, , antw
It i Wh watrre l tier e-K. it-l 1 v. rs -.rli g hein, on
the p,rt uilere-l lor sa .) we. I unb-i-.l and a, m-ornved.
rhe.ear- on the pre. is s snme U-it,ril bu.d ngsp.-s
fronting th- Tun pike i.rd thei-niit. iri I t..i Kail mil. It
will b- di I 'e su t pi.r has. is or ..;. in bo y
For funher i .f. rrim' on .. p!, to me at A.-l, !..! p. Otfl. ,
augll -f i i' j p,.lk.
Na liville I i.ion and le ui v ll. J nrua lUsv-eC'pv.
FtCU. D P T,
A 4 U TO II t I 4 O X I. l .
rf'l E subscriber, hsvin the Aren.-v f " e full.-w tig Mills:
I klit.-heliile Vi;i!., i.e,e e. M .'s H-'ver ftprin Vj:,
login .Mill-, .vahvi.le .ty 'ilN s.i.f wt-.eb a., ju-tlv
CrletM-med fur th. ir stioenor hr-.n.l.-- ail. k. rp c-n laoily
on hand a supply oi r reals I Isur A I t- ur .a ths
above hran.ts M h n e, will he wri irl. Al-.., tgrnt
f..r the rale of oris 'irul from the above Mm,. City
dea'rrs an I Co sum. rs will t u.t il iu their interest to call
and m .Tioe m s.aa.
' nbarrs I h.ve n"W iu s'orr a Ihtk qusi tic of
V-rg-uia n.l Tenoessee TOt kt'Ct), wliu-Ti 1 am . OVrir g u
he trsd- at at.a osl to it.-rs.
r a fti'l as nnmeot ol Iresh l.rni" il en hsn.l
and lew sale cb ap. K. ftNIiY,
fin fat CoU-fr s'r.-t.
J11 dim ne door in m kroij.
J. B MeGCIEE,
A T T II II i: V . T I. A ,
M AC017, OA..
T ILL give prompt a lenttuut. all Lu-ine-s enrus'es1ts
...... a-c. ... ..-.prtin.., s tr- i ouniin mm
A'l demands put in his han Is will meri s.lli trot, ft atten
1. 1. . .. li- ,i. ,i . i - . : . m
hKFERENCJjs C L. T M.-laryaa. I lioiuasviPe, Oa.,
J. J. Au-aa, M iron, a p ri-tvtn
A. D. CKIlOUToa. $. p. ALIlASBfeB.
A. i. it:ir:ti f a t
r rsistn. s or via
Verandah i ivery Stables,
l0t 1.1) in'o m o ul.lic f'-t th.yhsve'a- y
v krn th- Uvery C.iM i - her y -tieel Im-Ttt
medi tely in tin rearol the VismliS ll.irl andjf
w II keep on hatol Hns-w ie- wnd l-.-rsrs. ,ubiert lottew nisef
the o niiiuni.y at lar. r. v. r t'r .1- e r .ned t nsv, Ii. r r
and Pujrgiesof the te-t q i-nit, and tt-.i.. s;isg -.1 that ail
wid be ple.nd. we a-t s sh- re of piiunc iat.or.i. e.
II-uses boa.ded on tl.e uu .1 trrn.s. ,ell s.Sra
IYONS k CO. resVe: 'uy inf. .rro the' psfrons, sod lh
a" pu lie in . aer . th .t i t.ey I. , ia-t received a iy
large and wed a ..rte. .i ck of Cue aud Ik ice unporud
I'iK-'rs. i'nbai r anti I iqussra.
Among th S-noliug r-.rao-o will o, f.-iml the ce ebratrj
P)hontas ao.1 ana tcr bisxt-ls. have sis a Iresh
tnpply of our well tnown
CoI'M aud Diarrhea Medicated Brandy,
Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps,
wh'rh, with Hie lare .tock of other g" ds ilwiy, na hand,
w tl g.ve to n.ir cu t'-m-'ts be-t- r .n 1 1 -e-went- t u.as, their
pu. r -ses of us, oar metio oelrg, . m il l'r. S - and IJURk
.s rs." L ! I'O ,
J IS 1 C-dar slreeU
I'lt.Mllltl r- I.AU.
Ie-t th- m rav as 1 -iciairn they will pa 4 it.
And .iei'l -e we i.o -'rtus s' ail el a.U:r,
We g.ve tl.e 11, by way of reel.,
A st.out of deri-oo. sud Imi g' tr;
1'ftlsh.i f.sle tiff s' .' ..u,ij yt(
ho rie'i. i' u- arol esqul-it n .1 it,
Tst n v.-r tfim,! ranu - g .IB
Tl.s r.ght t-i rcstral i-i B"-t !l it.
I Mil q a ity f -hse A M A T I C 8 C If I F D A M
X Ml Ii N H I' S b M Writ k'.own that they do tot aetd
the puTi' g that it appears oth r .tu. Ooe Iri. 1 1 all that IS
re-i'i r-l u ivt re a ars.n of their sui ertor quality
bold WBofvBala al.d rtiaii by lb suit satrfrieuos,
Lvoxe. a CO..
Jy I It Cedar si reel. ,
tut iiii wi Tifi:.
i rvies aAaavoLiaiiAJt 1 1 sVosieA
Ju.y . r. i a.
VPITTrXO of flv per rsol 'or ihs last sis aoatha
- as this d iy deelared paiab. til .ha M.'esbiir f
ih Na hill Oas Lig .l ksmpant, rn 1 ip mil af er ths
It h tn I J 4- H. aiM-ltiCK.
jyll dl.n fccreU'y. .
COTTA'JK pKfi-TK Als l.aj ti.a fv.ob! ao4 stngla
'ottag t-eosltaoA, 9 I. bed and for s'e y
Jytl J W. McCOMPS.
I'FeNCH-rosT C'llTAisK ' IWTt AD5. lot) 1-w.sbIb
I French Pa-l Cotu. led
ds Sos-ht-laissI sseswivbw
j. w .ViXKS.
LOCNOE S-sl t'olttg U-noges, f rt (fer,n titles nW
fiuaWss-l aud lue ssue by J. W. w CO MISS
V LL r.OOO TVOBK, aod cbeai-er ".n v,r offervd la
J W M.VUtil.
Cmfrrr sf CHntry Vid Cha- cn strewta.
!.. sltt. Jan recelee pee tsprvsa, a supply k
I ' Id, b-IIaii, svery styi aa I sis.
au( 1. n. MeC.tUa
N I'.I K T 1 1 ;v Recei v-t 1I1 1 dy aa assortiawa li
rH!k N.rk rt. pt'lu. litC4 and Fanes eol-ars. Mssi
ckwas sl ol M S and Lifita, sad Cam'-r. T-, tar taht ky
J II McOtiL,
La W and Oet a- a's la -u-h n Store.
Ba,4 Csjrar ul fq 1 aad Coileg sC
M A0AZIXCS TC3 ATJOrST
HAKFIR1, I UrNAMs. OOokl-J. PETIsVrtS5 aa4
Fisst-s I ots au-1 tiu-l kipasi, hav hwea reld by
bu To.-N, MLeON k CX
10& LaOIXJ. MI58 I A5D CHILD III.
LAiHkSllxK 10 PCMT BHTS;
- - - - Ru.kti;
Ml ses Plaek a- 4 Brensed Ki-I si pper;
t'lt.aJ s kit-a F ft, ttrobscd and Fsney op.tw4 rWwtc
aadsaa.rt. Ja4 rwceivrd by AAUAOR k HI RCH.
aa! 4J CU twss