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DiHTIfc TXI-WEZXLT t5: WEEKLY tt
ma r. joins.
1 A. S. CA9IP &
W .HY.3itITH, ,
IE P.JONES. I
JCHN E. HATCHER, Associate Editor.
OScto; ,0'Ueadericat Street.
Tor Vice-President," " v
EDWARD EVE TIE TT,
IOR THE STATE AT LARGE.
K. C. TAYLOR, of Carter. 7 .
Central Executive Committee.
Edwin H. Ewixg, Neiix S. Brows, Allen
A. Hall. P. W. aIaxkt, Jobs Lellyett,'
John II. Callesdcr. Horacb H- Hark
MONDAY: XOBNLNG, JULY 9, 1860.
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. A. S. CAMP & CO.
Hon. Geo. W. Jose. We fini it is report
ed that Mr. Jones made a speech at a Doug-
Iaa rauScUion meeting ia rbiladelpbia, on
Saturday u'mhl last. We have the Philade!-
tihia Press, a 'Douglass paper, in which ia
siren in lull the proceedinin at that meeting.
with all the epch-8 Made, and Mr. Jones
was not tbre. Mr. J. has been absent irota
TeoiuhMsee for more than a month, on a Nor lb-
era tour. He is probably at this time in
Canada. Our infdrmatioa .ft. thai though he
believrs there wre irregularities ia botli the
Convention, he w:ll not vote lor Mr. uoug-
lad. and thus help Mr. Bell to carry the State.
Luton and American, of Saturday.
Whrthr Mr. Jo.nes was atihe Philadelphia
meetiaz or nof, b j waa at the Docglas ratiS
cation tu -ctljs in New York on the 2nd iosL.
acd declared himself for Docglas. The N
Y. Aeics, ot the 3rd., gives the following- re
port of his remarks on that occasion, from
which it win be seen tbat our neighbor has
been misinformed us to his potation :
G W. Jones, cf Tennessee, was introduced
to tbe meeting nnd spoke as follows : I am a
Democrat a TVciteftt-e Democrat born in
Virgin: and reared ia Tenneete. I have
e--.r cueiiiied and advocated the principles
of the ertst leaders and champions of equal 1
ricr'j's. Trims Jerfernon and Andrew Jack
sou. Caers. I address you as my country
men U:cause we are yet all under the same
Constitution, within the same Union, and
prouct d by the same Stars and Stripes, ap
plause aud I tni?i in Gd that that Cotisti
tuiion and this Uuion will continue to dis
pense itd tlwinyi alike upon every part of
the country as locg as there is a white man
to enjoy the same. Renewed cheers. Gen
tict&ec, I took a through ticket upon the
eariy train of the Democratic -party, lis
people ars my people, its destiny and fate
shall bo mine. Loud cheering. I require
no other faith loan that of the Democratic
party. Then, gentlemen, perhaps I have said
enough to satisfy each and every one of you
that I am a Democrat. Loud cries ot
Siaku,"' aud cheers. ' I am here to-oisht m
such to unite with you ia ratifying he nonii
nation of Ibe standard bearers ot the JJctno-
craMC paity tLe regular nominees, Stephen
A. Douglas aud Uer.-cbell V. Johnson. Ap
plause. And why am 1 here to night to
ratify these nominations and to commend
them to the Democracy of the whole Uuion?
It i3. uiy couutrymen, because they stand
upon great Democratic principles; they stand
noon tbe Democratic platform adopted at
Uiuciunali at the request of the Southern
portion of the country, if it was sound then,
it is sound now at least it is sound enough
for me as a Southern man. and as a Demo
crat, whose Democracy is as broad as the
iurty of Jefferson aud Jackson. How doe
Stephen A. Douglas stand upon the question?
lie stands where tbe entire Uemocratic party
of the country stood in 1S52 ; .he Mands
where Jas. Duchan in and Breckinridge stood
and opou which platform thev received the
united vote of the Democracy of the whole
country. Applause What are the princi
ples ot the Government the chief corner
atone of mv political faith ? Ia the language
f tbe Declarat'ou of Independence", -that
all Governments (no discrimination) "that
a'-l Governments derive their j-it-t power from
the consent of the governed." That all Gov-t-rr.iwnia
are or thoufd be administered I Or
the good of the great dm Of tbe people,
who are the Government.' If we will keep
that directly in view, we will never get lar off
the track. Wheie, I ask, does Stephen A
Douglas static? Where does tbe Democratic
party stand? Does it stand upon a sectioii?
Does it stand upon one side alone to rally
on one side a Southern, and on the other n
Northern section? My eountrynieu, our Con
stitution was made for tbe whole country; it
was made for alf the State.-, and for ever
part of this wide extend d country; and
rightly and propci iy administered, there is
no mceaeity fr any jars. Let each separate
organized community form and regulate their
two domestic institutions in their. own way,
sul ject to the great charter of our liberties,
fie Coaptation of tbe United States. Loud
crie of -Bmvo.'" 1 'ljilreve in man's ca
pacity and right to govern biiasrU--rGaod
and 1 desire that every legally: organized
ecruuirtaity.nud every legally organized Gov
ernment, "without 'regard to any locality,
at all form and regulate its' domestic institu
tion? in its own way, subject only to, tbe
Constitution. And. he who won Id deprive the
citizen of that constitutional right because of
b.s locality, in my opinion, is not a Democrat
Cheers and cries of -Good" and be who
wou'd give t' bim more is uol -Democrat.
r:mlmiii I tlA nut think I would addrvaa
you at all "Go ou, we are not tired of you
yet" I simply aUud up for the purpose Of
expr;fs:ng ni approbatiou of tbe nomiuatioti
made t the regular Democratic Gonveutiua
ax BalUnKre.il shall give them ray support,
however flt-Me and inefScient it may be. )I
will iiow couclnde by proposing three ch.-ers
for tbe D. mocTaxic party and the triumpbaat
mecein ruiuer next of its choseft stan-dnrd-bearens
Douglas -ond Jobn-on. The
vast auil''ce gave three Iretneuduua cheers
ana a tiger for the 'Little Giant. v
p9 Some ardent an pporter of Docglas
has ventured to charge that the .Domination
of Brecrixiupok was the result offa combi
nation among Bcchanan, Slidkll and Com
pany to "kill him off." It is liiuted that in
1858, when Eccuaxan was hurling' all the
thunderbolts in his armory . against Dovuua
during his Illinois campaign, Mr. Breckin
ridge committed an offence in writing a let
ter favoring his election which has never
been pardoned; and that the whole power, of
tta administration is now being exerted "in
bis favor with tbe view of crushing bim
We admit tbe tendency of tbe thing is all
that v.ay, but we hardly thji;k Mr. Bcp
is aware of it. - ' 1 ! ' 1 ''
The Columbia (S C.) ftwitaian boasts that
Mr. Ya-vckt aeeomplished all hiC porposes at
Baltimore, and' merits the bignest 'reward.
He will, we doubt cot, eUnd high in the list
of aspirants to 'the Presidency of the 'South
ern Coafederacy ;" when he auoceeda ia break
Inry tin tho TTnKn" '' "- -
& r " '-.!..
jnr-The Carolmim published at Colombia,
S. C- say Mr. YaCoV baa reformed the da '
m cr.it'c party. T SqTie has. He first' broke
sp its legions,, and then re-formed tbem in
Mtrtiooal bauii'wtia. A gteat nan isYAKCvr.
'OUmptw of lh Ftar. "
Tba Charleston Mercury (State-Righte-cession
.organ) ia re-printing, under this bead,
aaya tb New York. Express, a aeries of let
ters, supposed, bj Bome extraordinary flight
or fancy,' to "be written by some correspon -
dent, in the United States, of the London
Timet, In June, 1868. There is still a United
Statu, in name, bat, as " Seward" is Presi
dent, we are told that the representatives of
six cotton States, in obedience to instructions
frojp their resptctive Legislatures, have with
drawn from Congress, and that, as a neces
sary, consequence, military, preparations arc
going forward with great activity for the
forcible re-aseertioa of Rational (Southern)
' The seceding States are :
, . Georgia,
'Florida,1' ' '
. As this interesting intelligence is some tight
yean later n than anything we have ever
been able to print, even in tbe latest edition
of oar paper, we quo'.e further particulars
In detail: ' -' ' -'-'-i
i ''The Legislaturea of these (lh above named)
States, were in session, with closed door,
until the termination of December 24th. at
which time it was known, by telegraphic des
patches, that Congress bad separated, upon
an adjournment for ten days. Then the com
mon resolutions and enactments of . tbee
Slates just before adopted, were first made
known to tbe public. All the Legislatures
have declared for the immediate secession of
their several S'ates from the heretofore exist
ing Federal Uuion. and their being united in
a new couftderury. They have further con
curred in ordering the- election on January
15ih of members of a general Convention of
the Seceding States, to be composed of one
member from each of the previous Congre.-'
sional districts of each State to assemble at
Atlanta, in Georgia, on the 20lA. to ratify the
declaration of teettsion. and to adopt the necessary
cftanges of the former Federal Constitution, to mil
it to Ike changed cveumMiatct and to order the,
elections necessary for the new Federal Government
which may he 'agreed upon 'and establixlted' by the
Convention of Seeding States. Further by tbe
concurrence ot tbe Iezi statures. of ail ti
Seceding States, a provisional Federal Ad
ministration was authotized, toextrcise both
legislative and executive powers indeed,:
dictatorial powers ior Iheabot time ot it
existence. This body will be composed of alt
the late Federal. Senators and Beprescnta.'
tives in Congress of therm six Stales, with
the addition of four other members from
each oL these States, elee'ed by their respec
'tive Legislatures, TbU. provisional govern
ment will continue in power until supers, ova
by the General Convention, wbicb will retain
tbe like power aatil tbe ,K0CCt-ertiu organi
zation of the coustitnbd government, and
inauguration ,of its administrators. The
whole arrangement will secure both mature
and energetic action from tbe bi.-giuniug and
throughout., Jr i)iJ
We bare not a doubt, now, continues tbe
Express, that we have here, in this romantic
letter to tbe Loudon Times, a'stibstantial em
bodiment of the feverish . dreams that are
flitting through certain Southern brains. Tbe
programme is practical aud methodical, and
if the whole truth were known, weshonld not
be at a!l surprised to learn that it has been
put forth at this peculiar conjuncture with a
view to sound public sentiment at tbe South
on the question of an actual separation from
the North.-: Apart from this 'hypothesis, we
certainly cannot imagine' any rational mo
tive lor .''ventilaUug'I ao cold-blooded a pro
position, in so cold-blooded a m inner. , ,
But the secessionists of "1868,"' having ta-;
ken the practical 6tep towards breaking up
the Confederacy, bad tbe sense, it seems, to
see that war to the knife with the Federal
Government must follow,-and so. to make
ready for the conflict,' (tbe London Times
writer goes on to say): .r". -: . . ' i
The fortifications, of the United Stafea .to
protect the ports and seaboard cities from na
val attaeks, bave been cougiructed on a gi
gantic plao. in remaikable disproportion to
tbe generally small number of the regular ar-
myand the number ofeffl-ciive garrisons which
can be distributed among these many forts.
Thus, Fortress Monroe in Virginia, to befully
manned, would require a garrison of - 8,000
men, or as numerous as tbe a bole United
States army was for many years together,
r rom me want or uieu, uiwt of thee exten
sive and strong fortifications have for many
years been left without garrisons, and, in
some cases, without tbe smallest military
guard. Tbe substitute, in such cases, would
be some trustworthy old sergeant, who, with
his family, resided in tho fort, to take care
of it, as if private property. To this condi
tion were the two forts .surrounding Charles
ton harbor, Fort Moultrie, on Sullivan's 1.
land, six miles below theci:y, and Fort Sum
ter on the opposite (right) side, ou au attifi.
cial islet. Castle Pinckney, ou a small is
land in the upper part of the harbor, and
within easy cannon range of the water side
of Charleston, alone had a garrison of three
hundred regulars, and was in good condition
for defence, or for offence. Since the troub
les between South Carolina and the Federal
power in Jacksou's administration, Catle
Pinckney bad bteii kept garrisoned, not to
protect Charb ston from naval attack from the
ocean, but to serve aa a bridle upon ibe city,
aud upon tbe & ate. ot which Charleston is tbe
great commercial capital, and ' only consid
erable as .the usual 'outlet of the trade and
navigation. jt ., j .
In anticipation cf tbe events- t be an
nounced ou the evening of December 24'h,
the Governor of South Carolina bad author
ized and ordered generally to the cqmmaud
ing militia officer in Charleston, to' take se
cret and proper nv-asures to capture both
Forts Moultrie ami Sumter on the night of
December 24 ih. To swear the single guardi
an in charge, and so to take possession ol
the forts, was easy enough. But it would
r. quire a considerable number, and of tbe
best soldiers, ail being entirely raw, to retain
possession, in defiance of any regular milita
ry and naval Torce of the Uuit d Slates Ibat
could soott be brought to attark these forts.
UaU a dzeu- bold and trust y pien,iieigbbn
aod.friends of tbe guardian of Fort Sumter,
made an appointment to visit bim on the
Christmas eve, and to speud some hours with
bim . in the custom uy merry -making - of th
time.' "Using the deception' ta prevent the
possibility, of their, old friend resL-liitgand
so incurring any ioUil Jamageibe .single
guardian was arrested, and the fort 4a ken
possession ot. Nearly in the like manner.
acd about the same early hour of, the night.
he possession ot rort Moultrie was seemed.
Many1 companies vf volunteer 'militia,' the
best disci plinedia Charleston, and also oth
ers nearer to Fort Sumter, had been called
ou4--ottdTrty at dark.' As this procedure was
not unusual at Cbristiux, and look place for
tbe slightest rumor -of insurrection (and
which false and foolish rumors" cam it Iti
ter years almost as regularly us Christmas),
tbe calling out of all these companies caused
no alarm, aud attracted but LUle notice.
For the officers -and meo of each company
knew only of their own company 'being on
duty. Thus twenty compauies, including
tbe corps of cadets t the Stale Military
ScbKl, were1 separately sent off to one or
the other of ihese two forts.' The next m-'iu
ing by sunrise, they were held by. lliose mil
itia garrisons ot 5u0 men eccb. ; They bad
learned, when Likiug charge of the defeus;
4f the forta. and gre.ttly to- tVir? joythat
tuey nau tue uouur to oe tne iirst soiaier iu
the service of the now s c-dtd and indepen
dent State of South Carolina. Care was ta
krtt tv'sireiigtliep both .-the garristiAs and Ibe
frtnltfcatfon.f as sooir a possible? -and to rfeu
der oolb sals from any probable attack.
Many Southern people, doubtless, tbe Ex
press concludes, will laugh at all this, aud
"QuattUjbumj nothing but Quattkbum.'
Wo. toutouuid.joia iii tuatl laiiglA hi-artily.
and say ' Quattkbuni" also, if we could bu
ridif ike io.pres4on that tha stier oltlu
'uSl... .'L .1 i. .t. r . ... - i 1 'i '
iflicnwy-iiMHUIrlll D1! CUI'1US COHimUUk U
lion, giving utu-rauue to thoughts that bu
father the wUbesof a numerous class of poll
ticians in the South who, long since, begai
to "calculate the value of the Union." Th
atg-'a are that tbat class is gaining strength, '
and Vhatrreceat; events indicate a determina-
tioo on their 1 aart ' to at leas . pavt tbe waj
tor a condition of things in 186S" that may.
indeed, realize the anticifmiiouaof tbis im
aginary correspondent of tbe London Timm.''
We lay the account of this singular per- -
T (brmanee before our ceaidera witbduC aaiur-
tber remark on it at present We much pre-
rer.to leave iue puunc, to jd rbronj;ujg sug- . , -t, ,4 . :. .. ... -::jts
geslioua and reflectiona which in view pf cur- V ' Tu e national democratic party is nam-
rent evenU it mu,t call up lathe JdUfoWW
every tbougbful ciliwu. ,:., J IoWembet it will.be "nvmbcr. . .mong
Many of our democratic contempora
ries ate quoting the Montgomery Mail aa the
leading Opposition organ in Alabama. In
this they displaygreat Ignorance or great
unfairness. The MaH has all along been op-
ppoadlo the demoeratitr party, but it haa af
the same time been aa advocate of ultra
Southern fights, as the phrase goes. More
than a year ago, it took extreme ground, aad
in tbe Congressional canvass of last year,
the chief ground of contest between its candi
date and tbe democratic candidate was, which
was the most thorough going fire-eator. The
democratt .wassuccesstul, but jt.was not jn
account of his opponent or the Montgomery
Mail not coming fully jup to the standard of
the extremists. Since that time the Mjdhas
opposed conservatism quite as streneoOely as
it has opposed democeacy.: It has opposed
Mr.Bwi from-. theday of- hie nomination';
and ia now,4n perfect keepinff -witlf its ultra
views, and dlsanlon-'te&deiic1es,.waimly urg
ing the claims of Breckixridgk.- Such ia he
true position of the Hail. We trust our ad
vet saries will hereafter, when they feel called
upon to refer to that journal, place it in tbe
Proper cat gory. t ,'; , ; j
Proscription for Opinion's sake Col.
' XT. II. Carroll, I, ill. at JHempbls. j
It is stated on teliabbt authority that Col
W.H. Carroll, postmaster of this ' city, has
been removed from office, and that M.C.; Gal-
la way, Esq., ot the Avalanche, the organ of
tbe Ad ministration here, has been appointed
to the position, nnd accepted it . . ,
On diligent inquiry, we ascertain that Col.
Carroll's accounts, unlike those of Postmas
ter Fowler, of New Yorkjwho was retained
in office years aftei he was known at tbe de.
partment to be a defaulter, are all correct,
and a perfect settlement with the Goverment
has been made up to the expiration of tbe
last quarter. . It is known that his adminis
tration of tbe office was satisfactory to our
citizens who are immediately interested in it,
and it is not pretended, we believe, that his
1 removal was made at the request ol any, or
-any considerable number of-the people of
Memphis. He is an honest man and was a
faithful and acceptable public officer; During
the period of a quarter of a ceutury he has
beeu recoguizwi us a sound, reliable, working
and efficient , Democrat.- The. pQbliOTwill.
tberefofe, be curioo to know bow it happen
that bis head should bi placed, on. the sacrifi
cial block' by an administration from whom
he derived bis' appointment, and who pro
gresses .to bold the interests ot the country
and the welfare ot the Democratic party in
its keeping. - Whv this effusion of blood ?
The only solution we have yet hea d for this
most extraordinary exc:cio of official des
potism is that Col. Carroll was a delegate to
tbe Charleston . and Baltimore conventions,
and had the rashne-s to undertake to repr
sent the Democracy of his' congressional dis
trict, by casting his vole lor. Stephen A.
Douglas as the presidential nominee:"
"The bead and front of his offending hath
this extent no more." He undertook faith
fully to represent bis continents, and has
fallen in the -attempt to do, so; and the De
mocracy . of this districts cannot but regard
bis removal as a direct insult onered to them
selves. We have little to say, of tbe appoint
ment of our mercurial and Hotspur neighbor
ot the i Avalanche, who, i notwithstanding his
great aversion to office-seekers, has fallen
heir in consideration of bis diligent and faith
ful organshtp ot the Administration, to huh
responsible and p lyiuir' position. "The la
borer is worthy ol his hire;" and we have no
reason to doubt that be will, ny his ability,'
energy and 'assiduity, convince the public
tha. this ''recompense of reward'' has not
been unworthily bestowed. Memphis Appeal
A t'letore or the Woods. i
Among the many doscripiivc' passages in
the July instalment of the Professor's Story;
the following is the best : , . . , . ;
. The woods are nil alive to one who walks
through them with his mind in - an excited
state, and his eyes and cars wide open. The
trees are ala ays talking, not merely whisper
ing w ith their leaves (for every Iree talks to
itself iu that way, even when it stands alone
in tbe middle of the pasture), but grating
their boughs against each other, nS old horn
h -nded farmeis press their dry, rustling
palms together dropping a nut. or a leaf, or
twig, clinking to the tap of a wOod-pecker
or rustling as a squlrrtl flashes along a branch.
It was now. the ea?on of eingiug-birds, and
tbe woods were haunted with mysterious.
tender music. The voices of tbe birds which
lore tbe deeper shades of tbe forest, arc oa.
der than those of tbe open fields ; these are
t'ie nuns that have taken the veil, the herm-;
it.s that have bid themselves-away from the
world, and tell their grie s to the infinite
listening silences of the wilderness for th
one deep; inner silence that; nature breaks
with her fitful, superficial sounds becmes
multiplied as the' image of a star in ruffled
waters. Strange! The woods at first cou
vey the impression of repose, aad yet if you
watch their ways with open ears, you find ihu
life which is in them is restless Mid nervous'
as that of a' woman ; the little twigs ate
crossing, and twiniug. and separating like
slender fingers that cannot be still ; the stray
leaf is to be flattened , into its place like a
truaut curl : the limbs sway and twist,' impa
tient of their constrained, .attitude ; aud juq
rounded masses of ioliagevfcweU upward and
subside from time to time with long, soft
sighs and. it may Ih-, tbe falling of a few raio
drops which had laid biddeq. among the deep
er shadow. 1 pray you, Wll$,' in' the sweet
summer days, wbicb will wwn see you among
the mountains, thin inward tranquility which
lielongs to the heart of the woodland, with
the nervousn ss, for I don't know what else
to call it, of outer movement. One would
say that nature, like untrained persons, could
not sit -stilt without nestling aboot.-or doing
something with her limb and feattir- s, and
r.ihat high breeding was. only to be looked tor
in trim, gardens where the soul of the trees
is ill at rase rerhapsbiiV' their munsers are
.unexceptionable, aud a rustling . branch of
teat falling out of season is an indecorum.
The real forest is hardly ever still, except in
'.he Indian Summer. Then there is a death
in the house, aud they are waiting fr the
rharp shrunken months to come with white
raiment for the summer's burial. !
Dkplorable Coxditiox of the .Tbeascby
Iudepeudeat,"- tbe well-informed Wash
ington Correspondent, of the' 'Philadelphia
: American, says: , ' ' ' - j
Heretofore gross errors and miscalcula j
ions have been coven-d up by the eontrw
vance of re-issuing the Treasury notes as fast
as tbey were received, or. ia other words, by
renewing tbe debt without paying a picayune
on account. That authority stopped yester-i
.day by law. and it will before long be plain
lt the country that tlte great opperations of
the Treasury have been carried on by a pro
c; ss ot "shinning" which would discredit ,a
"lame duck7' iu Wall street. False balauces
iiud exaggerated estimates will not answer
heucefortb. Tbe people will have some op
jHjrtuuity of discovering, just on the eve ol
jlr. Buchanan's exodus from offlee,:what is
be real state of . the Treasury next winter:
One ot the earliest demands ot Mr. Cobb will
le for a lone to cover a present deflcieucy
which may range belweeu five and six . mil
lions, before the close of the session another
loan for neatly twenty railjliensill be ue
eescary td pay off tho fljaliit debt and posV:
poned iucumurauces ot . ibis Administration
notice that we had prepared for our
last papt-Tf of, Maj. Henry's arrival at home,
from bis Northern' to'uf. " was with several
-other items, overlooked -in getting up thelia-
per Ills friends had bevn-apprised of'fiisL
ominft, by leli-graph from Nai-bville, and oif
bis arrival at our depot, be was met by a
considerable juinbervtcitizeH, vho wel
oorned bint home In Vniarinet that waa, no
doubt, very gratifying lo bim. ;
Tle accoutit that, Muj. He,nry gives as ol
'thVvtate of feeirnt? a'mongi"trie' niaSrfs ft! fhe
; N'ortb is certninly j-err encouraging. The
filing for tbe Union p-trty's candidates was
Inily growing stronger'and rtrongeri'' AfJc-r
.. tbe ujodrninrnt of the' Baltimore '. tlhioo
OooveBtion. MiijlIeury, by rj-q,t,"t. addres-
d the peopl. 4t New . York,-Bo4oa, xNew
Haven,1 Low-U, and -everal ' Otner elites and
t .oa ns,' with' . tbe very ' best, tecL.',, lie' "bad
.erupting and liberal, pnpwitions made to
Jim, both at Boston and New York, t spend
: be mimmer In canvassing 1 ben; forlJell and
" Everett,, but hia business at bome forbade his
doing SO. lUli:;-! i
Without wishing to mislead any one, or to
be at mII eitravigant in -ouroalcuKtions, we
may honestly say that there' now exists, and
t daily growiag ap ia MaisaohuseUaNe w
York and Pennsylvania, a feeling in favor of
our ticket that givea gs strong hopes of car
rying eaeh of the' Statea Iu- 4h; election,
next November--Ck"OrwieJe. ' X
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. From tbe Rochester Expires.
"a AflTeettna; Incident wpon' tbe
f While Deputy Sheriff Bascom was en route
for Aaburn on Tuesday, having in charge O.
J.Blxby and Others, fif jacarceratioa at tbe
State Prison, an incident occurred which is
well worth relating. . Our informant states
that when the train stopped at one of tbe in
termediate stations, a bright-eyed, intelligent'
boy-peddler came aboard with a basket of
fine cherries. He passed through, the car :
disposing t.f his fruit in the customary way
till he reached the cob vie In. when beMopped"
abruptly, and cast a look of iundtterablekarj
row upon the mtn who were manacled to-.
I ether, aa .though., he comprehended at-a
glance their history aud their gloomy desti
nation. -,W itlKat?opfowigf Lis. lips be sat
down bia ibasketaad dipping up several
double handfull of cherries, tossed tbem in-
to the prisoners' laps. , Then, wjibout wait
ing fur nuyl reply be picked np- his basketund
ran to Hm end of the car. . Here he sat downf
for a moment, yery ; though tfii I lyL and tberj
suddealy springing- up, as if -electrified with
some idea, ran back to he party and lifting
Up bis baki-t emptied its entire contents into
the seaU. Then, unable louger to eontrol h4
emotiohs. he' bnrsl into a' fit of loiid crying;
and rushed out of the car.' r.n vuu .
The act hsd been - generally observed by
the passengers, nearly all ol whom started
to their feet in astonishment. Naturally,' all
supposed that the child was in some way re
lated to one of the: prisoners, but it was!
readily ascertained, that he was quite a strun-'
ger -to all of tbem. --Several kind hearted
persons suggested, almost simultaneously,
that a collnciiou be taken up, and every one
else echoed the proposition. The boy wa?
captured aud brought back, and the hat hav
Ing been circulated, be was presented with
very J handsome sum of money. Tbe little
fellow accepted it, though not without ex
hibiting some degree ot reluctance. On be
ing urged to carry it to his mother, however,
his eyes sparkled with a very different emo
tion, and he thankfully pocketed the ctsh.
No one, we are pleased to state, wes so rude
or unfeeling as to make any personal invest i-;
gat ion concerning ibe : actual cause of his
emotion. All were satisfied that be was not
a trickster, and the natural conclusion is, that
ths little fellow had been reminded of a
father, or perhaps a brother, from - whom be
was separated by the same walls to which
the present convicted party was destined. ;
The 'English oi the Contest.
Tbe Charleston (S. C.) JVetr thus. embodies!
its idea of the coming Presidential contest:
- It may he asked, what" hopes have w-'
from the Presidential struggle. On this point
we have not time, to-day, to dilate, in full
Our hopes are higher than any to be founded
on a luera Presidential result. 'The'contes '
will leave the South united as a party, united at
a stetion, vnsed in the purpose of right and self
defense, and, ready, If ever, under aroused ex- '
citetnent and common indignation, to mee i
tbe real iw-ctional issue, brought up under i -forced
sectional array, to solve it by eithet 1
submission to Black Republican rnte at Wash
i ngton. or a resort to her own self government in a
separate and independent form'' : :
which done is plain English nvans :
We do not hope to elect Breckinridge and
Joseph Laue. but we do hope to unite, the j
South against the North, and so secure a re-'
sort to Southern Sei.f-Goterlmkt, in a
separate and independent form."
This, doubtless, is what all the lending Se
cessionists Sonth are alter, but they, wili
fail, miserably fail. ' V"
, 1st. Because tbe Southern people, in the
maia. are loyal to the Union, and to iu Gov
ernment, despite the Null'fiers.
2d. Because the old Whig organizations,
under the banner of' Bell and. Everett, are;
super ceding, and will supercede th- South-j
ern Disunion 'Democracy," in nearly all the;
Son t hern States. . ,, ,
If the -Administration, and' tbe Southern
S'-cessiouists can, by ruuuing two Democratic;
ckeU North consolidate
ctorai vote tor Lincoln, ana so
elect him. they will try to make out of that
a cause lor "rebellion,", and .'to secure that;
'separate and independent form of govern-,
roein" the News speaks of, but we think the'
Conspiracy is now, pretty well, understood
North and South, the people generally are too
patriotic to aid in it even, where they are not
intelligent enough to see into the conspiracy
to break op tbe Government. York Ex
- Douglas In North iTIlssIssIppI.
A letter from Oxford, Miss., to the Vicks
burg Whig says
The spirit is evidently up in north Missis
sippi. The Secession ticket will not sweep
everything before if. as the lpaders expcteu.
There are some Douglas men iu this 'section,
and influential ones, too. Capt. Delay, a
Mexican veterantbe Postmaster- here, and a
life-long Democrat, is for Douglas, and so is j
li VY. fhipps, late editor ot the Mercury,
lion. Daniel 11. Wright, formerly a member
of Congress from this district, it is said, has
SigntfL-d to his friends, bis willingness to serve
as Elector for this district on tbe Douglas
aud Jobuson ticket Mr. Bracken, the Post
master at Holly Springs, 'and1- brother-in-law
of Hon. John V. Wright, one of Teunes
fcee's Representatives in Congress, ia also
said to be for Douglas. 1 -' . :
Huxo oct thb Uxion Flao. The Mont
gomery (Ala.) I'ost formely a. neutral jour
nal, has nufurled the flag of the TJuion and
supports 13 k ix and EvEKtrr. In his card,
announcing the cbnnge, the Editor,' TV. P.
Smith, E-q , says - - '
...... i ,
I honestly believe that Bkix and Evkkktt
are the ouly candidates in the field that,
ought to be elected to-prei-ide 'ever and di-.
rect the destinies of the- United States.
i a National Ticket, composed of two ol'
the most National, Conservative, pure States
men iu the country andworthythu suppor
ot every constitutional, Uniou loving tuai:
in any State, ot whatever party or political
creea. ; ..
. 1 ; r
, BloORAKHTv OK i GRKICJ.IiT.-rHoraCjr1
' - via horti ' in Oregon,- !near" he' con '
flux of Astoria. ' Dnring Lis infancy', be sul
wsWd eatinlya roo 8 and)ierb, aai wa?
remarkable for wearing a copper stock about .
his neck. t He saile4or. tbis( country in a .
Galway steamer He got employment as i
gard'-ner; bat In trying to root but a largt
Weed, tors his linen. His - employer, on t,
Seward,' forgetting ' to pay Liin his wages, he j.
left the Weed and invented Greeley's Corn t
Salve." He discovered the Slievegammon
; waa elected arunemlxT of Congress, r
aa nrl ifiimarlia f l r tf fa vaaar s was t i
atsav luiuituiaici i cai iti n ni u i rti i vjrKTr; UK I
fricnds OOt to Calf him DOnortibh?. ; Retired ;
on hi m ilea ere: was presented with thetilK
of "Galvanized Squash." . by Japanese G-
Bennett, Professor of Heraldry. ; He hat
since gone into, tbe foncc-rail buciutss upon
a large capital.
. . .- A
BetX AXD EvKRBTT.-iTV CbWirtioa Union
Partv.-LAt the rnfetlne of" tbe Exrcntive
Committee of the Constitutional Uuion Clul
of tbe city of Chicaga. held on the 27th iusU. '
it was ,.. , - hh vs. i :
. Resolved, That tb friends of Bell and Ever- i
ett in the State of Illinois be inritpd to meet
ia-Cbic:rgntAnthe:17tli of July, for-the-nnr ;
pose of gener lBialtarf, and to det?r-'
mine npon'the- action; of -tbi niirtVirf Ihp : -
Prtfid-ntial canvass and election rf ififin
'All friends or ibe Constitution and the - J
Uuion favorable lo .the eleciion of Bell and ,
Everett, ure respectfully and earnertly rw .
quested ki areeet a ita ns.on ihatoccas'o? by -one
or more delecwtestrvm etch countrv. i
"B. . 'MORRIS tJHuiemani'l'
c,rJUVtD JJ.FdRDJtstcrelafv, :y :
Professor- ELEcr.--Tbe Shelby Medical
College, t a recent-meeting did itself the
honor to elect our 1e Mow-townsman, Dr. D.
B ClifTi. lo fill the chair of Professor of Anat
omy.-' Dr. C. Is well known in this communl--
ty as a most skilled phyHcian and surge-on, a
ripe HCbolar and a thorough business mau,
and these, added tu hUh'gli social qualities
and biH geniaj character , as a. friend, present
a rare coHibina'tion of qnalities hat will dc
ho.: or tfftbt' utlege which has selected him
to fill one of its mos. Important chairs.. We
congratulate . fhe College pn its good foj-ffune
in curing bia . services, and the Dr., oa the.
distinction thus coo le rrel. franklin Review.
li i , a-
We t4Lnfro'llheCneraoati iTtme thai
Hon. S. S. Cbx- who baa been nominated to
rs-election fo Congress from tbe 72thDisiric :
ia Ohio,' has espouaed the Docous canst l
Mr. Cox ia ODoosed bv Gen. Oeior.a." ' 1 1
i ' nsr Gov. Neil SJ r Brown: after 'arwal-L j '
here on tbe night of thu 3J, honored the cU.
xen or igaa im a patnouo iiaioa itai-.
road speech. Hon.-' G. A. . Henry, J. U j
Quarlia, and other distiaguiehed gentiemei
were preaent-r-Xwi Jour. ' ' .
JVom tha Westport fMo) Border SUr. "
Many thanks to Clara" for her'traly "beautiful
poem on "The Bonier Coantry." TT shs fcad wrlt
ten'aothlag else, thia 'would prove hr' claim to a
wormy piece among the daofbtera of feoiaa. '
Aod far away, deaaasotber, -
Toward tbe letting ran
. Tie said, o'er glittering jewels
And cold, the waters ran ; :
, And as I've watch d the gorreoos c loads
. -l-i . Melttly inti heat-en, i .V
roe wondered if tkeir KU were nil
- - . Ike glon of jewels risen."
What a lovely idea 1 There is more in this on
? verse'thaa a' wholeceltimn oTaiarazhie ' ioeli-v
The Border Coantry.
I've two wandering, dearest mother.
Thro' the wild and. JorelWest,
Where broad prairies bkeom
Like gardens of the ble-t.s
.Where deep aad mighty rivers ...
..RoU onward to themauij .
thro hills and Valleys glowinV r !- r-
rr r ; Wa trait aad golden, grain-... - r ,3 r T
v Where once the dusky warrior. ., ,
' Amid tbe forest strayed ' " -v
'. Or chased tbe deer and bisoa " ' ' -J'--v.-..
O'er tbe prainw an nam .red,
Aad bailt his simple wgwam, -J.f.' r
T" Aj, snared his Bnny prey i if
. i Bat wheu the paleface came he pass'd ''
' Like morniug mist away. :-.
Now fair cities rie like magic
On plain and rocky h glu -' -.-.
And ibe shrill scream of the engine . .
Wakes the echoes day and uUght
And hails or classic beauty, ';' ''
Magnificently grand, ';
Poor a a -a of light and knowledge .
' Throughout tins noble laud.
-.''-. ' " ; i '." -"'. 3 j
: And fir away, dear mother ..
,; To ward th-j ustUiiK sun " ' ' " '"
Tis said o'er glittering jewels
. ( Ana gold the waters run. '3 f
And as l' re watched the gorgeous clouds
Melt sortly inh heaven.-
. I've wondered If their tints were not . ,
Tiie glow ,of jewels riven. ,
Oh , it is a land dear mother ':
Where all tbe oppressed may come, 1 -:
And Bud a peaceful refuge,.- '- v . ... i
Warm welcome and a acme-, ;
Fl wUig with milk and h- ney, ' ' "'
Of every k"o1 posse yed
' In this second land if promise,
Thia Eden cf the Wat.
Bird's Neet Cottage,
.- KashvUle, Tenu. "Claba."
a-'i pmj n i
Ilolloway Pills, Livra Complaiht. A
these fills act on the general Bystem through the cir
culation, there are few diseases which they cannot
' sure, but they are espectiHy eflkiicioas m all disor
der or the liver. For these they are a certain rem
edy. Sold every where... . 0 iulyt-tw,
r. ii"- - ' , ??-! ' t' ? f ii
McLsan's Cokoui As may be seen we insert
this aeek the advertisement of McLean's Corulal.ic.
. It is very well known we are not particularly fa
vo'able to patent medicines, and, as a general thing,
'eschew tbe whole of them with !t Utile ceicmony,
. md wi-b thesa seDtimenta we ueebned inaerlmg this
advertisement until we ko.w what were tbe ingre
dients or the medicine, and bow compouniled. TbU
we bave learned, and believuig, as we do. that the
ingredieuis are goo 1, and the compound Judiciously
made, we recommend as a mixture worthy of
public confidence.' r 'i . s r - f -. 't -
The above is from th St. Louis ChritianA5vo-
; cate, edited by the celebrated Ker. Dr. Mc Anally,
wnich speaks volumes in favor of UcLean's Cordial.
We say to all, try it. Seethe edvertL-emeut in an
other column. ' jnnel2-lm
; Hem 6Dcrttsfment5.
... - I . . . . .
TOR rent for the balance of tbe year, a Urge com
.a. i' riinm mint story rrtom.suituo e for
binder or Sa idler's Jih
p. 'or particulars apply i
. . juiv-tr
Auction Sale .of Fnmiturr, ttc, This Lay
1-1T aS; wu.b
the attenuou or buvers..
the atteniiou of buyers.
F. SHIELDS k CO., '
Central Auction Hooms.
Clerk, and Master's Sale of L.ot
Thomas J. Hoffman, Aum'r ct Wiibam L. Hoffman
and others. . .
TY virtue of a Decree of the Honorable Circuit
court at .Nashville, Tenn., prunoanced in the
above cause at its May Term, I860, t will expose to
l'ublic Stic to tbe highest bidder, at tbe Court-boose
it. ho u r Vr-.l....l I..
Cn Saturday -the Uth day of -August, I860.
A valuable Lot of Ground in the City rf Nashville.
boing part of Lot o. S7, in Bilch k Whitesi.le's addi-
uon to iasnv:iie, irnnting on the West side of Spruce
street foriy-fect. Said lxl is sold for partition.
TiHjts or Silk. Said lot will be sold upon a credit
of six, twelve and eighteen months, with interest
from date, except the bum of oiie buudred dollars
casn. DAVID C. LOVE;
julye-td Cierk and Master.
IH.VE just unpacked, and have now for inspec
tion,tbe ni etl Graud Pianoforte evei le-c-ived
iu t;ie city f .MiH.iViile. ihe .iiteuiion of ev
ery lover of ire "aing" of instromeofs is invitsd to
tfua iutuo. - Also se eral Htuare- rv T 7 f "
A Pianofortes of Si cinwa jr & Svii't Make,
Have, jii&t been a'oded to iy to;W. all of which will
be sold :t N.w York Prices, for ca.-h or neguiiabie
33 13 tiion Street,
1 .' 'i.;'t . i -.'.'I J. Al HcCLURE.
tgr New Music. In great abnndauce, being added
daily ta my already large stock. juiy9-tr
- ' Dissolution. '
J - '- - - . ... .... i j i. t-i.
T HE Orm ef M AKf FIELD, G1IXOCK CO. th's
i day dissolved by mutual c-msent, H. 1. GmocK
having .i-i o.ed of Ins entire Interest iu ths Arm, t-
Ti. L. AUJWViKtB a-d O. V. 1 vox.., who alone n re au
thortxe to oe the name of tne Orm in liqaidati' n
-lie business will hereafter be conducted under tbe
Arm and style id MANSr 1E1 J, LYU.VS CO., at
their old tUod 33 and 35 Broadway.
Sigucd, T. L. HAN3nEIJ,
H P. G LU-CK,
. . CP, LYuNa.
Nis'uville, July 7tb,-1860. - -
. -T ' - (r f I
retiring from ' tlie abo ve Arm I return" thy m-
cere tuanks tu tlie public for the patronage be
flowed epon us, aud s jl.cila uoiuiDauce ut tbcsune
to aty-sacvasw.-9- - -f o a iU
jul8lBi llTHiAE.TiuE H,.PGILLOCK.
.o v -AY anted. .
SmjxTioxs to tea :h for twexty-focr a
IiY G lAnoATia .f the Huds -a River In.tilat.
some teach Knglish, Kreuch, Latin, Pino Music,
Ora .ing and 1'ainiii g othxraoiily part u: the above
b.ancb-s. This Ifctituti n aOords r.re a i vamages
for a Ih Tough education, at very reasonable rates.
Ad.ra, . BEV. A. FLACi, .M., Prtiicipal,
jul -lt Calverack, CoL Co., N. Y.
Centra? And.' Eooms'Xosr. If k WCbilege St.
UOUSEUuLB li KITCUU FCBMTlBE, T&t
CJOLOoa account of departure, on MOXPAY MORN-
July 9lb,ai 10 o'clock. BkNJ. F.MHELD3
n. . .
rl aiw-rtmcDt or tcofit-hanl Furniture, eaibi&c-
iu sen u me mgncsi oiuuer lor casn, a geu
O waw wu lasa avuaaaa va uuiUKO'ia aaaj va unvurjii r U "
uiture." - BESJ.' F.TJHIKLD3 Co.
. : .. -.- : . I'll
T?OR money lent to,R. A BEAVES, of Charlotte,
Dickson county , I have a ben on his leather, aud
expect to get y lor the em from those that
gets it or removes it. ... ....
jul,7-2,.UJl f J llis- ?t AWa-SOX.
". . rX Uc .Lovers
-. OF A Qmsvuia t
Can be raited nowhere better than at
TJTIHNNK'lUA'MalEaT lit Cfil
- ' i -.-. i.-ato
Colonnade Eailding, 63 Cherry Street i
IiNcS U R A" N C E;
W1U. DO TO HAVE IX CASK Ot
Loss or damage by Fire
ii Teautssee , Beads Dtppsitedj i'
CvsU Capital lcp resented
Ni Jf i &nt ir? tbVju4iye.
- Job Lots of Boot aa4 Shoes. u
i-tTii have a large rhVelce er'irrst quality t f Boots
VV and Shoes, wbicb we will sell at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt paper. Call
tasoediateiy as they atuat Jo ao 14 ,t our War r eoau
op stairs, No. Tl.
Jnnta-'-if."'- " ; TrtABtTB k I47CJ3.
.THE ST." CLOUD flOTEL,i
'rpHR undersigned haUg tea W. ST.' CLOUD
J HOTKL. baa enlaraed it materially, rod refur
nished a thorough out in the most eb-(ant stylo, wilt
ope tha aosae tu tut jvacuo- on- Tiiuraaay - tne am
, v : BAMUtO. J. t.AKXKW. .
DUGDES, DUPCT & CREHAffGE,
- . iXFOBTiCR3 OF
141 Broadwiyr Sew York. Jfl.
OFFES to the Trade a large, fresh aad weU-seUeUd
assortmenof PARIS FaNUY G ODS.to which
they will receive cooctant. additions, by Steamers,
dnrmg tbe season.-, jtsaocg tbeir stock may be found
nearly all thb New styles and icU lines of
Sits Bkjid Can, Hare Kn us CorrruBaa, Faxcr Hia
I'Ms.CoaaiaaD oasaxaxn, Quoits. Bilt Bccauta,
. ,jud Ousts, Gnr,.te. Sui Viia Gvius,
Jit Fikb :iuitsi jCaiss, ?HWt I IS,
I t l 1 BaasKas GiarKits, Dana Brr
toxs, Faacv Bates,
.... i tit -
Brssos-'a AecosDaoxs, Ac, fcoj-Ac.
Ail of which they to the Tradw at the lowest
market prices awa
1 6a tbe most lib era 1 terms.
-: JLrower Wliarr Boat; t' 1
iff'""' i "
A Share cf rnblic' Patronage respectfully sol
icited. , i i'Mz;-1 i-j i;.
Ladies French Dress and 1'ack
lug Trunks. : .
; i o n m iTAiAia b
.... 42, College Street, .
.. -, . . ' . - DEaLJCR IK.' - - "
Ladies' and Geiits Fine Trunks,
HA3 received a tdltionai supplies of ladies' Extra
t, , Large Dress Trunks, of ibe Utest stvies. Best
fe-oglish S..lo Xeather Steel Spring Tr'in'ka; Ladies'
Bonnet Boxes, single and double top; VulUes, Bags.
ka, Ac, lor sale at very low prices. - - - -' " -june2-tf
- - JOHS RAMAGE.
Bartholfs Sewing Machine,
. -t . The Beat in TJae,: -";
No a opposite the Sewanee House. '
apt IT ' - ' - - ''
. .... , R E M O V A I. .. s.
HAVE removed tbeir Book-Bindery
and BLuilc.Hnmc ui.,r...i.n
the Baptwt Publishing Hiuu. n.t
house hel,iw 'Df.n.lns nr t'W k
Market street, No. 69, ad door from the Square and
will be clad tu see iill heir old rnainm... a
new onestiiat i.ict w in our line. We are pre-
pareu to inaKe utank Hooks m the best nuuer aud
after aay give i ptutern. Particularttentiua will be
Paid to ilia BuKliuir P.n..n.-.L. ..i u..l. .
Our prices are as low as tlie lowest. The tleof
ran ue ksii at ua Buiaery or store on Uuion
street, po lts left at either ulace will r.-.piu im.
modiateattektion.fr - - - . . ; f .febll-insdu: !
OfleJ of the inosrroVDiar and,fBenn'6lfnt
institutions W' . . .
- '' AND- ' '".,'
, i 9n; Destderlclt. atreet,(
WASil VILLE, 'l7ENivESSEE.I
rTHE Doctor himn-ir i . n nin ii -
:. . - " " - IHIUlll , i -rim
A. the I1 and tint country, beingatreadT 15 years
monntedall the trials ! the new w rid, and bat
tled and ooifonortl (l.'.th nfi.. .-k.t. ... . i .
eases ol onr d'ffereiit dimatrs, South and North. so
- . ... , iuitc in me ir incut or gen
eral awl ptivnte oiBrfes is indisputable, r w Lieu
be has tbe most reliable references. -
'r00'1 t-r'ton paid toiiseisesor Females and
Cniutren. and nuii-h trrAiiifsiir.n k. r :
- c . .u m i o , iu KtriH"-
al, by being entrusted with desperate cases, f r to
lllltr:itA him .1-11 I . ... .
--. an..., uc iiou(ersaoi wnn lue Ameri
can, Freuch anH Geriuuu I tnguaces, and alwuvs
ready to tender his advice and tervres with uolite-nes,fxiiscienlioa-nerS
and discretion.- - -
fersons at a dui.ce aiay bave bis advk-e and
med cluts by cuusuiimg l im tbr. ugh letters, inclos
ing a lee, t Post-olUee ox So. 336. --
tin Family kesidenceis on North Market street.-
junel3-tf , r , , i ...
3Iagaziues and He , spacers.
Harper's New Monthly Magazine ToV July '
F rank Leslie's M mtbly and Gazette of Fashion for
' ' . . .'
- Godey's Ladies Book for July;
Peterson's Magazine for July;'
Knickerbocker Monthly Magazine for July;
iue lAJonon lliustnted Aews, weekly;
Wilke's Spirit of the Tiroes, weekly;
lorter'tSpir of the Times, weekly;
Waverly Magaziue, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civilizsion, weekly
Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
New York Ledger, weekly:
Now York Mercury ; New York Weekly;
ror sale or ,
JOHN YORK a CO..
- No. 38 Union street.
Valuable Real Estate
! ?-V i.Vf s A Li u : .11 1 ( t
1." nowonermgat private sale my ramUv rel-dence.-adjoiLiur
the town or Wiri, "i .i..
county of Uumi breys, sitaated rmiuediatelv on the
" f"s-roa..jriii nasuviuo t Memphis, aud
wltUni halfa mile of tbe Nashville aud North west
ern Railroad, containing abont 15 acres of l.md.
well improved. A neat and comfortable dw-ellius
h. l! trl-lmn nil. . ,
t wuci ui-virsNtrj out uouses.
Kood well of never-failiiiff water, Ac, &c.
a i - o , my laru ui Ben ion muur immuii.i.i...
the ttage road, and witlun one mi'e ut. the N.iiiV.
tV.'Rjilroal,c- nt lining about 26o acres', lOOuf w.ii, h
w cuiuvaiion. inera are also four good Grafs
. m, on muawu iu 10 siock waler, with a never
failing supply both fur Muck auu iaoiilv aaeji I h..
impn.veiiu ta coubist or a nout a.id ci-mmodious
pai-ltuiK-booae.-citb Xilrheus aua otlmr
out huofts. Tliis place is vll kumm iuiLirr.i.
ing community as Clark's Tavern' Stand, live miles
I rom the Tetineasue river, aud four miles (rom - the
own oi umaeni ueiiion county, Tenn.
Term liberal.. For further particulars apply' to
tbe subxt-riWr near MTaverly, Humphreys co.,Tenn.
GRYSTAIJZEO WISDOM ART OF FOKETELLIXG
I- Ui URE AVENIS-Full .accurate and Draetii.1
disclosures of tbe seorets of Astrology , Lbiroicao r.
. , .... . u j-.nM wuj (fllUU.fl,
embracing aim -si every conceivable pbuse of human
lire . Phy siouomy and Metoposcopy , Huaory , N'arra-li.-rs.
Ac., an uufailius auide in all n .mnr in- ...
plaiu and u.immtakabie lanKUaee. Oueif tbom-.iM
beailtiTol f Brtaika lLr.M ivl... .. . ...k i.. w .
Kilt edjje, inter. 8Uug, aud Que eugruvings. Ti.ink oi
Dostace! PriCf .SI VI iwi.i...r. -. .-:. ..'
and no tower-price for any number. . . ,
T auure n. M. ivAi UAKL, No. 24 Eist
. - , w...-., . uc. e mi re
sided for the last threo years. l"rol, R. couiiouea
w promptly ausuerau c.umunicatins cunUiuiun
one sUiuid. rea'iirf z bis scrvi. m ti. .,..i
tkr Astrologer uow livina. Ii my Aftrol g:cai Al-
nuuac is oruf pea,aa lru stamp'aust be uicUaeo.
Pr..r k u-.HiI.l 'm.r.i-n. 1. I. .
euu througtioat lte Tj-nou , in the Ci.nad.is, and in
tnglaadrthat Uikt no permaHently (ocatad hi Qu
ciun.i, unio.- y - ; June28-4U x
'a lecrapb Chalybeate Springs. ;". :
This water is brouicht rour hundred feet mien seconds'
rrukes pleasure ia informing Jie pub lie that be is
A. -na.w ready to waft 00 ail who may favor bim
run a can. -
-Taj f-prt c is situated 00 the east side af Camber-
land river, at the eud of the wire bridge. Families,
I rom 4 to M:4oo Person, 2; by tbe drink, 6 cents.
1'aymeutin advance. -, . .-
Carbonate of Iron. Carbonate of Lime. Sulnbate nf
Magnesia, MUpliHle of taae, Martata f Magnesia,
Muriate of Sida. - '--'
The spbciflo rravilv of the fresh water: was ,
l.122X tlfauMled water hems takes as a Ma-darJ.,
1 understand that the water bas already been ben-
eticial to several invalids. It will be beneficial to a
greater degree when taken fresh from Ibe Spring.
1 should pronoun.-e it sUmolanlaad tonic, and adapt
ed-, consequently, to eaaesof debility, accompanied
with aDan-.mic co'iuiU'iir Uu ByBem,au4coutra
indicated in plethoric and inflt-aiory siates.!
: , KICHARD V. CURl:EY.
There is no jioobt tmtt tbe Spring kept by Mr.-W
Dtjs at tbe eastern ead.tff the du-peBsion fridge ti
good Cbal beaie wauxvaud that if Is started to
many, disei-.ses of- debility. B.'W Hall, Hiti.fji
Thompson, M. DTHenry Carow, M. I)., T. R. Jen,"
niiig, 41. D., Boyd. II uN airy, M. D,,B. C. K Marwtj
M.7).-. - O fun2S-2m.
Southern -Trunk Mannfaclorj.
NO. 1 MARKET STeSiT, NASIITILLICEXN
Sannfittcrtri blVw holenalc ; am - EtUU
SUUUlXALt KIXDS OX
DESIRK to can the srntion of ail those id'wanvwr
anything inAur Ctk?, (wbeleal or retail J to
examit e onr stock belVe purchasing elsewber..-
t4re cooiidcut Abat wb can sell as (uwaaaSy oiImw
boose in tt-ecay. Our mock is a ofour-ba-. man.
nfsctnre and ia made af tb. beet materials aad by
first -clau wnrkmea. LAW most admit tb. wisdom or
baying work matie alame,1n prererencoto baying
thai mad. al the EaM wrprrwly 1or jobbing, t
We especially iavits-tb. alt oat ion of tba ladies to
PATENT mn .FOSt LADIES.--
rv ,5 . f iO '..Til i
It bas compartments r BomieUTres.e., Tars,
sols, Brashes, aad water-proof aompartaieat few
Spoogea, Oil., Ac.t , , ; v- r-- a--.-...-. i V
.All kinds of Trunk, aaad. to order, covered or r.
paired, at Mortaoiico.. Gir. oa a call, at &1 Marks!
street, war. svawt t to. iiqnars. w , - , j
-. ju2-dly . : .. FASSECT CBOflfMAN,
COIL! OIL! - COIL OILS
flkKWW Very bUst Coal Oil Jsst v.oelvwi
sad for sal. aa la cla. rr nliw ik.
ret,F v ? t' RAINS, BROWX JiCU.
sprazxr ' - -
dJ3 - nrt i
- Aa aperient aad atomachie preparation ef
TROTS purified of Oxygen and Carbon by eon
bustion ia Hydrogen, ef higa medical author,
ity aad extraordinary efficacy in each, ef the
following- complaints, rix. r - . :- ;
" CEBTLITT, KHSTOTJS ATFZCTIOlirS,
ciatioh. dyspepsia, diakkhea. cokstt.
p ajion. xcroyula, 8 alt rheum, fscitevt,
Jaundice, lives complaints rheuila.
tism. mzscusial consequences, xstx2
ihttent fevers, 2jeuealgia. chsonic
headaches, - female weakness, jo&v
MENSTRUATION, WHITES, CHLOROSIS, etr.
PIMPLES ON THE FACE, BOUGHNESS CP
THE SSXN, ttx . ' " . -
Tbe EEO.'T being absorbed ly ths blood, and
thus circulating through the whola system, no
part of the body can escape their truly wonder,
ful influence. ' ' " " ' - -. - - ;
' The experience of thousands daily provea that
no preparation of Iron can for a moment be
eomnared with it. Imparities of the blood, de
pression of vital energy, pale aad otherwise
sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al
most every conceivable case. In all cases of
female debility (fluor albas, chlorosis, etc.), its
effects are delightfully renovating. Ka remedy
bas ever been discovered, in the whole history
of msdicine. which exerts anch prompt, happy,
and Tally restorative effects. Good appetite, com
plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength,
wit, an unusual disposition for active and
cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use.
At a grand atomachie -and general restorative
it has no superior and no substitute.
Pot tip In flat saetal boxes containing
HO pills, pa-tr AO ecnU per Ikuk six bsin,
4 ISO? tnm Ommun bout. O. , For Mir by
UtukcIkU ;etMsrlljr. : Will bo sent free
amy address receipt eC Ue price. AU tee
Cera, orderav etc., ahoold b ddrrtl t .
R. B. IiOCKE&CO.,
fV. B Tbe above- la
lavbtl on eacfl box.
dec2i-iltriwwly 7 "J "
a. fae-almlle w tarn
: For Sale.
I AM oflering for sal an reasonable trruis, the
following property: 60 bundsome BuilJiug 1.0 la
in tne ?th and 81U Wards of Nashville.
Niuellousea and Luis of various dimensions, from
largo to small Comfortab.e resi lenjes at low prices,
in the city.
Uue double three story Business House on Broad
street, oocupiod at present by Hardcastle A Co,
-Uue Tract of about 22 acres, three mikrs out on
the Kaghville aad Chattaj.ooa Rafln a.1, Crama bouse
and AVeli-.part'otT the Lucas or Urotchic tract 'uood
One Tract of abont 31 acrt .-, en the Murfrersboro'
runpik road, si its ju actio with ike Moneys River
Turiipike one-half mile ont adjacent to W. B. lwis
and -jiherf my Brick j art woperty.
Doe Tract of about 30 act 8, eigtit miles out, near
the Murrreitboro' Turnp.kr tood iapro ven.ej ts,
good waifr noJ timbrr.
One tract 01' about 99 acres oa the Franklin Col
lege and Stone's river'l'uru.ike,7 miles out 30 acres
cle ired,- balance good timber ahd well watered.-
One Tract t.f about 12rt acres, adjacent to same on
tbe Cast, fronts on said Tun piko ovur 200 poles
nearly ail Ood timber nnd 'oil good.
'One Tmct of about 1SU a ' -os, leu niiles out, oenr
Smith's p l.its, our mile Jid a h.-ilf Nuitbof ibe
M urirecsUoro Turnpike, mostly wei! umbi red, about
40 acres cleared tud several other lots aud tracts
of laud iu Nashville and vicinity.
'ur further particulars call ou Kascm k Woc-DWAkD,
No. 60 Cherry si reel.
Young NecroeR at fair prices will be taken ia ex
charige lor the above. , - ; it f r .
' junei-lr - uaa JAMICS M.- MCRKLL.S
A LI. applications for tbe Rasr of tbe "GAIETY
XUtAIRE" to be addressed to - - -CUAS.
ror23-tf Box 491, Nashville. Tenn .
HAVINt been appoinied'FoTe Agrnts for the sale
saleo-tlie above celebrated MiueralWater in
this city , will always be prepared to supply those
needing it, with it fresh from the weiL
Below will be found the opinions or some of tbe
Physicians of Louisville, as to iu merits.-' " '
, JO. O. BW.S tVANS,
43, College Street, Nasitviiie..
OPINION'S OF PUYcIClASd'
Wo the undersigned, have bad occasion to pre
scribe and -wntJTh tne u- of the Artesian Water, in a
variety of diseases, and we Have no besittttioo in do
clariug it to be our opinion that it is an exceedingly
valuable remedy in m.ny chronic diseases l'h'-ae
iu which :t-uso has been attended Tu ilh tlie most
marked beueot tbas tr -are, chronic rueum.ttifm ,
cuu.icousau.-ciious, ana some 01 tbe curouic elisor
dors of tbe digestive system-.- " .
Tne kuuwu cbumiuil elements found, ia the -water
of such ;a nature, and they exist iu such statea of
combination, . tbat we have . no doubt it wdt . be
found ia a more exteuded exierienca, m Jta eUecU to
have as wioe a rauge 01 appkrabiliiyi ia the cure of
duMwscsasany miueral water known. .
M. 0OL1 SJJ11H, M. D., t'rof. cf surgery in Ky.
2fC'M ol cif Meuicme.
. C E. J-.WI.NG, M-D-
W. Jl. HUN1LEY, M D .Supt., Louisville Marine
T J. CKIFKIN'M. D. ..
J0-,W. PVpIAd.M. D.i'Enp't. Louisville' Alms
-' House: Jj - ' ' ' '- ' '
J. w. kmght, m: D: S
aprt7-2m- - tuo-'
1 ! Monger's Saloon.;;
. A T tui New Saloon oa Market street, near Union
J. aaabslartiai :. -. . ' 1 ' . . . -
will be 'regularly 'set "every miming at II o'clock
and every evening at a o'clock jan20-tf
.- 1 r " 11 mi . 1 ;
j " i'hildrcii's Fancy" Goods."
CONSLSTING of all the latest stylos ror Boys,
t'hildreu, Infanla and little HacM, o.- which the
auentiin of the ladies is particularly requested. 1
- - - - a: J. FHANX1SCO,' '
Hatteraod FirrlerNo. 23 Public Square. NaibvUle
1 may 9-1 :
'For Kent or Leae.
IWIIJ. vent vr-loaM sty -place near the. Murfrees
boru'Ilke. tw. riltt trom the-cky furtba prsseat
year, or with the privilege of fiv years. Tber. is
a convenient Brick Dweiiiug with Kiubes and good
Stables, and a splendid well of excellent water.
There are twelve acreof superior land t-nitable for
raising al kinds of marketing.-; ; . .
: feb22-tf ' ' ' 1 ' ' L CIS LEWIS.
i TENNESSEE MlUINfi
,li-Ul V.: .-'lAND ' aJi..-'' j iJ a i.
FJ11E INSURANCE COaiPANY(
! Capital 8150,000 -all paid In. '.
0FF1CK North-Vest Oonierortho-Public tqnare'
Will take risk, agaiustlosaor damage by nr.
o Dwellings aud otbw Houses, Goods i a Store, Ac.
! AisoMariaandKiveVbazardstoaadfrom all porta.
1 - ALSO
Risisoir Hegroesagainstthe Laagarsof tha
Eiver. s ... : , 1 . 1 ,.
1 oiskctobs: , '
f JOHN M. HILL.' JOSEPH VAULX
j JAMES CORKEY THOMPSON ANDERSON. '
I ALEX. ALLISON,
I Ba. UAKJ-3t
i 1. . jv. JOSEPH VAULX, Preaideat
S AiWjprjTiiRr--cTiary: . ijitiii ctat
" (Eftanfrro; Soles
.. r. Chancery. Sale. ; ,
John Word, Guardian , Ac, vs. Moses L. M. Taylor
t.-. t sis. - ..-- n
IV pursoance sf a decree af tbe Honorable Chan',
cary Court, for tuo county of. Macoa, st the Fr.--Vuarji
l'eritt, lcO, thereof I will offer lor ste Is tho
Jnchest oider,onsalorday,ihe Tib day of July aext.H
iwu vus prniiffw, 1. m crpu n rn one, m and three
years, (except tbe sum of S12&) the last note bear
-ing ont years interest, the undivided one-third part
of tb. r.lebrts4 'd Boiling Sulbiir fpr.sgs, locat
ed ia Macao coonty. about li miles ef .Lafayette,
nntamat abont 184 acre. of land, a portion'o which
'is i A high Mate of cultivation. Tbe medicinal anal.
Hiesaif tbe waters are not squalled perhaps in any
jr.ouaty. being a ceriaid r... (r the Gravel or Stun,
tin ibe bladder, and almost 11 the diseases to which
poor mas w subject ta.. Ibe imnrovemeou are am.
nU a . . .. . a. .n.. . 1J. . ,
( .uw iciwjiii at on. Ulna
.-.Ih . Inn, -..r li.uiu . j . . . . t
tbe sate f Cools aid Groceries '- Thi. 4tti .1.. r
Ail.l860 a.....,l.JPiU CLAjaORNK.
apr!4-wtd . Olerk and M.i..
I Kingston Spring,
rras PnrtoV reeeptiim of viettra.T fn "and
fW laeadayrfa. 84 day of JslyVMrWJiaa
Paascia wdl rnn aa ac. ororaodatJ.Mi Omn'bu,leVing
the; Sewanee Jlouw, every Tuesday Thorsdav and
Saturday dt 6 o'clock,' A. k.y aub7 $rZ
to dinner far. two dollar. effloe d regis t it
. - - -. fuooicaj qaau tie or tsesa
Jv"1!8 aoswa. i For dy.petMal.disease. . f
1 mnipiainia isciaesvi to inula,
they sr. aoswrpsesed: - Tbw sr.- lv. sulph.r
aprl.fs riffereat .oiOitiM, beaides Jrv staaa aad
aewly dacoverrd chalybe ite.- - - - - r ' ;
Ttmi Thi Day..r..:n.........tl 60
'( P- ws.k ; . 1 . . ... 1 . . . ; i t.. i a a. -Children
and Servants half price.
.-.-.( j , WS, f. TKATMAW,
' K. J. KREtDER,
JaaeoO-tm. Supera .sdraU.
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IIISTOIIT OF A LAW:SIIT
In the Clvcult i Court or
OS THE BAMS OF THE CODE
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sal. is Kasbvllle by
t' JOHN YORK k CO.,
Junelft-tf No. 23 rjnio,,
PURE: WINE S,
1 Jnst recetved and Tor sale by
ETIEIW.E LAMBERT & CO.,
No. 53 Cherry St., Nashville.
errv CASES genuine lleidjueck Champagne:
OU 60 cases " pinu-
60 do Cloa Paradi., Cham ague;
' . do Cbambertin Sparkung Bargoadv
, r 100 ' d. ; Burgond Wuea;- .
, .. 25 . do Chateau acyac Claret; ,
; do ' - . pmu; ;
100 do Cootnae Claret, Brst quality
2i do LaruM, Lfit and Margaret:
100 do Shtrrries, the finest brands.
SO do Koyal Society IVrt;
3.S do " Thos. Hine Brandy: '
10 do Old Cognac;
' Cordials, Paris Perdesaa;
10 do Absynthe Edward Ia. net . Coura.
la. do Real Tunn Vermouth
, 200 do Julian Wine.;
. 4 -a- BraobeUa-
1 9a Am. u
do White Aati-
do . Bmrtxlo
ao do Aiawos.,TenalLRegistt.,
. . i-m iw UIIT. uu:
AU our direoi t.ni-.n. . ...
bam..- -s- zr-z.'vr"??
lk. imrvmKr DirrrD. . . .
- .uu, RwwiuiiiisN av
bs most ssiiBMt pbyrtciaa. . .....
.; i:.r -a.TltNN LAMBF3TT CO,
MIIaIaKU fc IaATTOX,
Corner of Adams aad Second-streets,
HAVE receutly filled ap on. of I he ftoest
Into. Soothers coantry, snd srrvs ap
... j mu uiiiuhwi sos asa-
csciesof tb. seasom. ...
: MEALS furnished stall boors ia a style
HKiBsoso Dssarpsssed. .. . , - mwm if
i - - I1YGE1A HOTEL,
Old Point .Comfort, Tirrfnia. .
fl tmM mm r rraon, celebrated (or iu
.w , bathlog, rarresbirg sea brsraes aad
" "t7or mum crsos, win bo -
whr.h7.i!.7"PtJ' 01 - aa ts. ars of Jess
A JfTTeB,,'lhoronh reoovatiosi
todnSi akbsbestwiU pretest add axnal
r?.?-' eek,n bghtflSamer,
ITa 11' A w,th U atraatst sttssZos to bastoess!
sivrip, - ,mu'
' . .'. - - JOB. SFSAR,
ssy IftUtnwi,, ,i , il S : i e. 43. .WILLARD. .
t., StoclL Ucduccd.
-T1REPA SlKf: t.w . ,k i- 1
arras gecaMU w. dnwr. to r.ic vsr presost
stock a. much aa posbl. rn order is do this ws
"Kf vr presess ss x 01 mspi. aaa f ancy Dry
Goods at edu.t pneas. , Wo bave ss hand a tit
aesortaaentof aiik Bersges, Muslia. and ImrcKat
Goods, and ia fact .verything ss. eon Id wish for. 1
aJao. Whit. Good. Esabroidsrtas, Hoaery, Table
runa."k, Soeeling, Bleached aad Brwwn Dossestie.
Plan uuion Goods for svm sad waxeo.Cli.tbs, Csm. .
merra, Vaauogs and Uader-wear for 6n tlew.no. W.
wish 10 sail parlKular a lie. Ilea ts sar sarpsisv smbb
ter, oa wswh will se foasd at all tncos sway dratrs.
bi. good, at pn. foortb their val... ... ,
i aprlAf - - - fclCHOLSiiN it BrjMPHRXT. 1
, ,-! . i .- ' : ..
1 flfifi CSHIL3 GOOD CLEAN MTLLKT SrXTX
IUUU b t . 4 A. JENKINSrT.
j janai.tf ( f , Ko.l4Sstii Market aUMt.
I Hardware at Cost.
WK haw .aaad s s.vy stoat of Bard war.,
the grsatsst psrtiea tf which was purchased r
tbla cpricg, which ws are- .J
Desirous of ReducinjT
And win.teroaah, sail at east. atsrbasts,Vsr
tea, Builders, Faraasra sad stbsrs, kl siawa. saLv -
ansa ., st,. ir , JlcCALL C0.8, . t
kiaed-tf , aUrkaaaafai SUw' OWSbsad