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t t I j I I t . f il 4 ' 1 - i t . 1 : ij . ilQsljBillc.lJatriot. r i. - V A.. CAJ1P 4 CO.. " ; (moiT . caxr. nam. cmivrwa. - ". JOBS E. BA1CHEB, Auoeude Vr. ,new2l .' rl If Street, j FOB PRmT-EXT, joilK HELL,Mob1 eiiiias. ELECTORAL TlCflCET FOR THE fcTalE AT LAEGE. -- 17 A 1 1 E Pri TOl, r.amner, W. G. XAYlXra, of Carter. TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 8, 1860. T'bc CoBTMitloa System. ... ' " "The Mtrm pbw Honing Enquirer, of i tb. tost, contain tbe following condt-mnatioa or the present political conrnitioa eysUrtn: "The bIecucand Convention system shoo Ul be tvpndiatrd and oniual'Ced con demnation be pronounced gaiii.-U the or rt:pt and corrupting practice which bave grown op nnd-r it; and for the g-neral and r ufficiMit r aeon1 that ibe tendency r such a vftt-m and socb practices, as prved by ex perience', i to snbvert the fundaiuenUl )riiiciple of the goTernmeot. and change its ble charct-r, by virtually taking the ' t-It-ctirs tra&chixe from the people, in whom, atone, the CooMitulion recugniava it, and punu!lcei it oxitiottance, and transferring it, ailb a!l the mighty power it co-uler-s l' the bands of irreponnble perron. gambling politician4, and corrupt partisan to be ed by Ibeai, as il ba lt:ii, to retard mere partisan service, without regard to real writ, or the puldic Jnientt, and with the effect, aa is now ft-ai fully muni'eet, ol not mly bringing diirrace upon the ctwiutry, Lut Jt pushing it to the verge ol ruin." Sentiments like this are finding fnquent ntteracce from varHKii quarters, and from f. irndu of varioo parties. Tfccy are notrter Lapa altogether ritbit fooodaiioB. It ie a -system wfcrch in liable lo abu.e. acd Ibe power and ii-fluence which these conventions pose?6 strongly tend toderelope tbat reFult Eut we are not certain tbat the syrtein can Le auoiBaarily abolished with general advan tage to the people. So eoon as the illutri ona naine, wbose mention in coontclion with high oOc was sufficient lo obliterate all serious thought of rivalry iu ibe public tnindpawKd oat of the service f the country, the fcbool of i-st mew, flentiinen baer m-Qt sprang np in fuch uumK-r and strug gled with Mich eoergy for place, tbat the greato-t dinSculty was experienced in con centrating the public support on any one of them. The people of various i-tates put ior ward tb.ir re.-ptctivc local f-ivori U s and sup ported lUem, and the consequence v.af that it aao becoming doubtful abeiber ibe people In primary tlecn'ous would be able at any lime to cboa-e. ly a clear popular m: joiity, a'Cbtef Mjgiptratp. This ws cont-idi-red a great evil, and the Congren-ional Caucus system was devised as Hie bet pr-:ct:cable ixpedint by which the genera! pnLlic wntiment could b directed to wards and conc-.-ntrated upon the ntofct prom inent and bett man, will out regard to local preferences. I n this the members ol the Coti grs preceding the Presidential el-ctio would me t and decide upon a proper candi tlate, whom they would iccommend to the people. Very soon differences sprung up among ibe members of Concrw, and cliques and parties arose, so tbat ali-o failed to meet lul'y the evil which was cmplained of. lie ndec, Ibe Caucus fjftem rapidly degenerated ftom Ibe flnudard of purity and nctitude, and wa t-plit up into clubs and faction?, who avaibd themselves of Ibe power afforded by the system to pnmote I heir own interest without regard to that of the people and the country. Gen. Jacksox saw tbc corruptions and abuses which bad grown up under this courne of proceeding, and raising bis voice against it, the system was swept from exis trce in tbe midst of tbe popular execration and contempt. - The democratic party then institutd the national convention system as one which would effectually avoid abone and coi ruption, and accomplish the desired end f uniiing public sentiment. It was thou jibt that this system would rest among the people tbem selrcg, who, meeting in primary county and State assemblies, would have nn opportunity f expressing th ir own original and unbiassed opinions in regard to the Presidency and Vice Presidency ; and thus the masses, speaking lor themselves through their delegates ap pointed expressly for the purpose, would al wavs be able to control their own elections. This was regarded as fair, equitable and jut, and a leaving the whole m itier with tltoee lowborn it rightfully belonged. Tbe result was that Ibe system prevailed with Ibe peo ple, and it finally bad the effect lo divide tbe country into two parties on great principles and measures ol political economy. For many years these principles and measures were so well understood and so exclusively occupied the public mind that tbe Conven tion were simply charged with their aCQ; fin ance and with the sett d ion of tber most able awl popular exponents and representatives. But tbe saore recent development ol new nd cxcilivg issues, the death of tbe old leaders and chiefs of former years, tbe de-g-ueracy and corruption of the two niwt powerful prt7 organization, the numerous aspirant a for Ppfi.leo.iial honor, the failure of ttu uncorrupu-d ma-ses to assert ibeir powers and pn-rojtaiivea and the consequent sway of politic l schemers and trie (esters, who artfully control conventions, county, state and national, have all combintl. each iu its due proportion, to bring this system aUo in to disrepute, aad tbe popular miud is pre paring to abandon if with the same loathing that tbey gave up that of the Congressional Caucus. If lids sbotiM bo ttt- clrd tb people would bave to contend again wilb lb.- oi iginal diffi culties w hich led to tbe Caucus expedient; ad would acabi prolably be forced to adopt some new plia bv which the orginal aim might le arc -mplbk- d. We have l-een able tit think of none which would answer the purpose better than the Convention system, in il purity ond jWpnjr, Tbat It Las been abused, that It has been debauched aid cor rupted by political spocu!tc.M and corrupt pHrtissns few will deny. WTxibt r it can be regiirnittd, rllevid from the odium and dislavnr which lias attachd to il on this so eount is, peibape. trobleutattcul. If at all, we know of bat one way ia wlich it can be done, and that is by tbit people IbcDvelves taking I s functions baek into their own bands, and throwing overboard (be bad nif Q, -who may Insinuate tb.msnlteii Into It, with bad counsels and for evil pnrpoea. Toe abrupt termlnatloi of tbe ytem wouU strongly tend t tvolv all the exist ing parties into their original elements. ul the chaotic disorder aud commotioa which would likely ensue, wouU, lika the agitstloo of foul water, facilitate tb pmitlcation of the politics of tbe conn try, and iu ibis view it foibt be well. But such a state of thing could nut last but a few yar. unless we have an entire revolution In public senlimeut or a new ord r if men which is not very probable and tbe country would sgdn be compelled to tall back upon tbe Conwntiou ystetu or sotne oilier, bkb baa not been uggi-sted. A TUtTtT woman ia lika a great troth, and ba uvjuore right to bundle Uerx lf under a t reu veil, or .r tlnr abomination, than tbb sua ba to pat oa ;rvcn rpcuciia, Thb Half Vote. In answer' to "many in- qttiries a to bow the half vote is given which ' freqoently occurs in tbe proceedings of the ; Democratic National Convention, tbe follow- ing explana ion will prove satisfactory: Tbe whole number of votes is equal to the num ber of tbe electoral College that is, equal to tbe united Senatorial and Representative membership iu Congress but the convention is made op of'eo delegates from each Con -greteitfrikl District : and - foor delegates from ibTute ai large. Ia casting tbe vote of a Congressional District, if tbe delegates from such district disagree, each is entitled to half a vote, w hich is equivalent to a whole on. and so of tbe delegation from the State at large, which represents two Votes. For ex ample, if the two delegntea representing tbis district in tbe Convention, di -agree on a proposition, one beiag Tor and the other against it, -each will cast Lis tole which counts a half. If ibe four delegates at large from tbis State, are i-qually divided each two have one separate and full vote, but if Ibree are one way and one another, tbe vote will be cast one and a half, and a half. TtLroBaPiirc Despatches. Tbe Memphis Analahcht and Ibe . Enquirer complain of H.e character and quality of tbe telegraph des patches with which they are served by the agent of the Associated Press at Louisville. We have frequently made similar complaints, under tbe Impression we ought to be supplied with the same reports tbat are telegraphed to tbe Louirville papers. To satisfy our selves in regard to the matter, we took occa sion during a visit to Louisville in January last, to confer with ilr. Tyler, the agent of tbe Associated Press. We learned from bim tbat tbe line from tbe Eastern cities lo New Orleans is divided into sections, one com mencing East and ending at Louisville, the other commencing at Louisville and ending at New Orleans. All tbe despatches sent from the East lo Louisville are furnished to such papers in tbe intermediate towns and cities as d sire Ibem. All the despatches sent from Louisville to New Orleans are furnished I the papers iu Nashville and Memphis. Tbe Louihville papers regulate the quantity of tbe despatches on the one section New Or. leans on tbe other. New Orleans does not want, and will not have, ibe long despatches sent lo the Louisville papers, consequently Nashville and Memphis cannot get them w ith out paying he rc-gnlar rates paid for private despatches. If Nashville could a-sume the extra pay necessary to make ber instead of Louisville the end of a section, her papers could get just si ch despatches as tbey migbt want. But the Nashville papers conld not stand tbe burden the cbarce would impose on them. If Memphis is willing to sbeuld'-r the additional expense by which she cau be made the end of tbe Grst section instead of Louisville, we doubt not tbat she can be ac commodated. Uule9 some snch change as this is made, we must continue the present arrangement; or pravail upon New Orleans to order fullef and completer despatches ever llns route- If she w ill do so, then Nash ville and Memphis will be better served. We believe Mr. Ttlkk is disposed to deal fairly and justly by Nashville and Meirphis, and that be would, if be bad the authority, fur nish both with all the reports despatched to Louisville. Nevertheless, we occasionally have cause to complain justly of the delay in transmitting important uews. For in stance, we sometimes receive despatches after the same have been received in the Louisville papers. Yesterday we received tbe foreign advices l y tbe Bohemian but a few moments before tbey came to band in the Louisville paper. If Mr. Ttlkr can do uo more, Le can and ought to prevent this. Charleston Convention Adjonrned Without .llukluj; a .Nomination. By reference lo tb despatches received yesterday evening, and publisb"d in another part of this pap-r, it will be seen that the Convention has adjourned to meet again in Baltimore on the 18h June. A session of ten days resulted in the secession of one-sixih of the members, and in a clear demonstration on the part of the remaining five-sixths of their inuiliiv lo make a nomination in Charleston. This, it must be coufessed. is an unfortunate exhibit fer the Democracy the only nntionnl organization that has been known in this country since the de-case of the Clay-Whig parly. There is in the presen failure to make a nomination, an alarming significance. ''The Democrats of the North are th national allies of the Democrats of the South.' said Mr. Jefferson. Certainly, the Democratic party of the North and of the South has hitherto acted hurmomoisl y in Presidential contests. It has becu very just ly denominated a national party. A partial disrupts n of the parly has now taken place, and the danger of its speedy disHolulton on purely sectional i.-su-s ia imminent. The questiou is sujrgestd to every thoughtful mind: if the nniou between the Democracy of the North and of the South is dissolved in tie year of 18G0. how -long will Ihia Union of the Slates e likely to coiilium? We shall have much to say hereafter in r -ference. to the action of the Charleston Con vention; Irom which we anticipate some very important resullB in tbe future. Suffice il to bay, in this issue, that we think our delegates' vi ry prop rly d. clined to go out of the Con vention. They came to the very j'it con clusion that tiicy cottM slsy in without any compromise ol principle or honor. We only regieltliat they were able to accomplish so little lor Virginia and tor the Democratic party. Tbe voice of Virginia is no longer potent in ibe counciI-chui!cr of the parly "The jceptre has depailed from Judah." Whether or not tbe Cotivcn'iou has acted wisely iu adjourning to Baltimore, remains to be seen. We will still heft for the bel. Cicftmoi.d Index, u'tni. she on'y .atloual Partr." What ban become of tbic myth ? This He men lot idle, t-cceutric tr di.-xrde'rcd brain-? Tbis creaJure which we have long known and couiendcd w a amphibious, and possessed no sucb nature and attributes as were falsely claimed lor it. H.tve we not all along main-lain-d that there was no ecehtial or appreci able difference lelwe-eti Northern Democracy aud Black U publicanitu T Thai the only boi.d of cobeiuou tielween I he Uo wings ol Democracy, wa tbe soils? Tbat. upon all other question, including thai of slavery, ll ey w i re separated as widely hi Hie poles! Are not ail these things written lu the ttook of our chronicles? liul who Itelieved our re port, until the arm of vengeuuc.und.we might udJ retributive justice, it veabd all at Charles ton! lu the fice of all the declarations made by the Southern Opposition i'resss the Southern iH-mocracy swore ly the beard of the 1'iopn et, itiai the Democracy was a uattoiiul party, iliat il was a unit; ahut il was the only party lo I eat the Black Kcpnblicatis aud tke care of llieSo.itfi; Ibat it alone was Worthy ot Southern c ntideiice and support, A loo credulous people- lulemd to litis silly tyrvu song, a.id treu ome of our own rrriug pel t leal brethren went astray after this faUegod. We oily them; iu our iuiuoot soul we pity litem, ui.d will welcome them back upon evi dence of uue coutntion, aud piutuUe tf amendment. So bng as the Southern Democracy were cooicul to stand wiib . lueir Nmbcrn eu Ireres, upon a pUifrxut tbat meant auytbiug or uoil iug. aud that rculd U inieipfctid lo suit every latitude, and to r. fl tl every shaJu ol opinion; there was a semMaoce of oai"ti ality about the party aotulu- more. B a w Lea lb- Sou: ber u uicuHtis look tuir taud, ttl.d C'tntrltdeel ft T pUtHrut of plaClplr that would express cleai ly aud unequivocal ly tlie doctrines inainUlutd by lb Jj ult tnt Democracy. thcNorib.rn tu nbr rvlused; frattkly dtiiltttJg thai they could ut ruaiu lain tbeir existeuce; co il.l not carry a aiugle Northern Slate, nor elect a siugle member ol Concrrsa, sod tbat a large uu tuber ol tlto wbo bad beeu their political associate would go over lo tbe Bbwk Urpublicau trly. If Sou tber n vi predominaitd. Tbey bad to aepatiir; and. m a fcouibcru tucuiWr said, UpOU pltucipltt. Aud l"-i we may Indulge a pertinent en quiry, ilava tbe prluctol of lb Dciuocra ey North or S.-tutU, cUangeel aiuca ih aaett bliuj of lha CbarleMon Coaveultun. Do Aul botb wlnsot the party add kb uiically tbe aam opiuioos that Jlisy bav brld tlt for? Ovrtainly tbey tb. Why then aoould tbey divide boa? B.icply, m ututu sUt d, bevauae Oei liter arctavlt could agree tougrr la a cheat ul a A aud. Th; ia Uta luoa total ; tbe matter. ITd th Srtstb azreed to ae- pt the Cincinnati rditform pore and simple . ere bad been no divisitin. - As it was. wben -j earae to compare opinions and Co settle fferences like honest and candid men onght do, they were found to be Irreconcilably ' tissue, and separation was tbetonly alter- tive. This proves all we bare said. And t ow tbe greal Democratic party "the only Rational party.- Ires bleeding and torn. Iu 'boasted and . everywhere .vaunted claim to nationality, b is been dissipated and exploded as frost-work melts and d'ssippeara before "the rays of tbe rising sun. If we could believe that this Is significant ss many will teach of the fate of the Re public, we. should feel sad 4nougb; but we read the lesson it inculcates fir otherwise We regard it as retributive justice, which seldom fails to overtake individiiHLs. parties or nations. It is the consequence of a long career of -wrong-doing. It is in the nature of an evil returned to plagne its inventors. Curses come borne to roost, and the party which Jias so long flourish -d nrd maintained its ascendency by ibe selfish aud wicked agi tation of the slavery question, has now the positioned cbtlice to quaff." Let it drink the last bitter dregs. It ia a fitting termina tion of its career, tbat tbJ viper which it warmed into life, should poison its very vitals; Ibat the mistletoe which it nourished. shoAld s-ip its very existence. Let it di. having servi-d its purpose, and grown to.le a monster of impurity and corruption. The Stench of iu decaying- carcass will, for a time, pollute thf atmosphere, but there may be some vitalizing principle in it Ibat will nourish and promote the grovlh of a more healthful and salutary political organization. We have no timid forebodings tbat the country will be niin-d because the rotten bulk f Democracy has stranded and parted amidships. The cargo will be saved. The conservative. Union-loving tuen of the coun try must now look to Baltimore, aud if tbe Convention of Ibe 9ih of May shall fulfill the public expectation, we shall have two men upon whom the pairb tic masses of our coun trymen, North and South, can rally. We should have a Southern statesman of pure record, of broad national views; one who will plaut himself firmly on bis platform: The Constitution; The Union, and the Ei forcement of tbe Law-; and with s .-me such as-oeiat as tbat pure-minded noble son of tbe North, Ex-Gov. Hunt, we shall march on to victory. W verily believe that the coun try is lipe for sucb a iuovmnt. and have UO lotbt tbat thousands of patriotic Southern Dinocr its, and Northern gentlemen who have been disgusted with tbe excesses of Ibe lanatical borde led by S-ward and Sumner, will fall into line to aid in rescuing ih-j coun try from fcectional domiuatiou and utter ruin. The bow of promise is in the heavens, and no party, siuce the sun first rose on the party organizations, has bad a higher, more impor tant mission devolved upon it, thau has lall en to the Constitutional Union party of tbe United States. We pray that it may prove equal to the emergency, and that those of iis representatives who shall assemble in Convention at Baltimore next week, will lie governed by w isdom and moderation in all things, and give to the country nomination that will be bailed by acclamation in every part of this broad laud; thus continuing its claims to the proud distinction it has already earned, of bej.ig -the ouly nalioual party." LyndJjurg Virginian. Memphis Spring: ISacea Fifth Bar. From Uie Avalanche, M.iy 6. THE RACE TESTERDAT was for a j'K-key club purse of $400; mile beats; best three in five. The entries were Houndiree and Breat belt's '-Sallie Wood ward." Col. John Campbell's "Arthur Ad ams," and Dr. Weldon's -Berthiine" horse. Before tbe stait.nnd at the selling of pools on the night previous, the odd were two and three to one on -Sall'ie Woodward" against the field nud Ibis, too, in the (ace of tbe fact thai "Arthur Adams" had made a very fair race on the day previous, with Capt. MooreV 'Lii'iru Farris." at two mil heat?. Rut 'Sallie'' is a borne iustitmion; was christened here after a lovely belle, and her friends rightly consider that she will -do to tie to." Considerable amounts were staked at the Course in addition to some $4000 sold in pools. As the nags were broucht up, the friends of each became more animated, and in some instances four to one v re offered on the filly, which odds were, almost invariably taken. At the signal, the three got off pret ty well together for Hie First rf--Sallie" taking the lead at an easy stride. "Arthur Adams second and the "Berthiine" horse a short distance behind bim. Each animal retained its relative po sition till the half mile was reached. Dr. Wel dou's entry evidently saving himself either for the next beat or a brush at the close. Aribur" mttde ti gallant effort to close the gap on the third quarter, and partially suc ceeded, but Sallic" let herself out. and took the heat by half a length, the Berthiine" horse a dozen b-rgth in the rear. Time, 1:52. Tbe backers of "Sallie Woodward" were more confident than ever in h r ability lo win the money, and plank d their funds fne ly at the increased odds of 5 lo 1. As yet. neither nng had been usbed. and tbe confi dence ol some in -'Aithur Adams" was una bated. The nags came promptly up at the call, and got a good start for the t&srona Iletit. "S illie" again took tbe lead nnder a tight rein, -Adams" second, and WiMon trailing behind, just keeping in sav ivg distance. On tbe third quarter "Adams" made a partially successful attempt to close the gap which bad intervem-d fiom the com inenci raent, and did collar "Sallie." but she shook him off with ease, taking the heat by a length Weldon again only saving bis dis tance. Time. 1:50. Jf the f; ieiid.t of" '-S.illie Woodward' were jubilant before, alter the second heat their enthusiasm knew no bounds, und bets of 10 to 1 on ber were fre.-ly offered. Some off -red large tddsihat sb' would win it in three sir-tight heats, aud consid rable sums were slaked. All three came up al the signal, und had an even start for the Third ilevt. After a few jumps, Weldon took the lead, Adams" lapping bim and "Sallie" running tree on tbe outside. Before the turn was reached. Sallie" came up to aud passed -Adams" aud challenged Weldon for the tit st place. The run on the back stretch was very line, but In-fore ibe half mile bad been mad-.-, Weldon's hose was seen to falter and then drop behind, lie was dead beaten. Tbe remainder of the heat was between "Sal lie" and "Adam." and right gallantly was it contesti-d. As the two struck ibe home stretch "Sallie" was s verul I -njr lis in the lead, but un.br the sippliauces of whip aud pir, "Adams" closed the gap, and challenged her for ibe first place, and so n?rly succeeded ia Ins ettorl that tli-j nljed decbirc.l the beat lo be a d -ud o'ie. lino-, 1:51 j. Afit-r Weldon's horse was stopped on the back stretch, bis rider. Thomas Clark, urged him on, and he bad nearly resetted the thud quarter when he stumbled and fill, throwing bis rider and filling upon bim. Tbe boy was not se-iiou-ly ii juied, although be was badly biuised. '1 lie boise was uninjured, and came galloping all or bis competitors, aud waa caught on'y alu r consul- rable trouble. Betting w as not so much in favor of -Sal-lie'" ufu-r the result of the third be lt V as an nounced, but she still bad b r backers, who were willing lo stake ibeir last but ion on ber ability to d-t. The two came up looking fresh, aud (tot off together for the fourth Ucat, The p.iC was slow, and Sallic" easily k pt lh lead by several lengths till tbc boiuo stretch was reached, when "Adams'' tuade play lor the beat; but "Sallic" wasuol to be tooled aain, and took up the ruuuihg, passiug the Mnug three lengths In udvauee iiotwithsundtug the free use of whip aud spiir on the pari of Adam' " rider. Time. I3. Tue specta tors w.re not a little amused lo see that wben Ibe ntgs were neatly bait way round the Weld .u noise, which was on bis way to the stable iu the lead of a boy, lock il into bis head that be was entitled to a tun, and, getting away Irom tho boy, started after Sallic'' aod 'Adams." m ikiug half a mile in excel but time, lie was a. Kin caught, and whruw eleil the truck, a a' safely boused. Tlio following u a iuumury of Imj day's pori : , flUHlRY. Urasat' Joocv Cira Racaa : ru Ussnsa.lfOO fiva l . uJ . . 1-Juek)r Cta iiicn IIOU, iuu ts b H ihr.Ut to: Kn'OidUe a iiraaUirti's b. I. "tullia Wondaaru, bjr"A usai, A tn " ta ll r . ," lijr "frm,"a )arst4 Jbo laatvttwlt'a to. it. " into AUuu." It. a ;uf, Uam by Tfat.bj," ) aars tU 1. W. WahWs b a. ! "Htauu," dam J.,o5, I-.le,"4 tLli ttUt .... ........ .... .... 110 1 1 X s lit 1UUI, I i tA- "W- Some dispute arose after t annoonce m nt that tUe third was a deal beat, aa to whether tboae who bet llwt Saliie Wood ward" would wlu the race la three straight D-a t, vuu tbe mooey onie claiutih( tfaat deaa neat did uol couuL Ao at p al was made to Gen. Bradley. Ibe I'rcddout of the club, who decided tbat add beat w a a beat to tbw borsra that made it such, which ia in accordance with iiewily v.ry precedent oa record, aud the juUtosi of wbica will be obvious lo ail alter slight J xauiiuatlott of tb 4bj.Ct. Tbe following is tbe eammary of tJ race Satnrdayi - .. ...4 .. r Fix DiY Sttturdur, Uay . Jocter Cifc parse $l.iOO; four miK heals: ' 1. Col. Job Campbe l"s eh, a. Joe Stctner. by .Wagt.er, dam fcy Glenene, 4 years old.... - 1 1 2. P. T. - MaTock's ch. e. Aliendoif, ty Genrre E3' , dam M:ra Paytua, by Ainet- can E:lip i years old x I 3. Chrtes liiy'B (f. Scrnpes') ch. c. JohoC Bretliinridgrr,ly Lexingvin, dam by Glei- - eoe,4 yeais oid.... ....... dis. 4. Dr. i. Weldon's b. h., Marengo, by 8ve--eigo, dam Tsabrlla, by B--kod, 5 yeais oid,. pd. ft. . Time: 7C tiTJtf. ' Save Your Horses.' j "We tike great pleannra lo recommenlirjg the Mexican Mustang Liniment as a valuable aid indis pensable article for Fptaios, Sores, ?cratchej or Galls oo Horses. Our men have it for severe Boris, Brats es, Sores, Stiff Joints sod Rheumatic Pains, sod all say it acts like magic. We use do other IJdment. ; J" Yf. HEWITT, Foreman for American, Harntfen'g and Weils, Far go ft: Co. 's Express."' - Gentlemen "I had a oerro man wortltt!C0 who took cold from a bad hurt, and was osdi-ss for over one year; I bad used everything I cotld bear of a t btxit benefit, until I tried tbe Uustaig Lini ment. It bas perfectly eared bim, and I ctn now lake iho abovs price for bim. R pec t fully yours, JAMW rx;r.UiN'CE, Every Flanter, Tea roster and Family thnu.d bavr this invaluable article. Foid by all repccUble deal ers throughout tbe world. BARNES & PARC, may 1-1 m Proprietors, Kew fork. JTIra Wlnilow, as experienced Dirge n eraale physician, has a toothing syrup forchildrei eethirv;, which greatly facilitates tbe prtccat oi teelbtsz.bysofteoingtbe rumira lucing alltafiam on wilialtay all pain and Is sure to regtlatetbt bowels. Depend upon It, mothers. It will give rca' o yourselves and relief and health to your infant Perfectly safe in all cases. See sdrcrtlaenrnt r nntherrntumn' unc7da1y Hem liinrrtiscmcntfl, For St. Louis. THE ppln.iid passcrger and rrvt.-iit steamer, KtjCifliT. a ir. M ater. wi I leave for tbe almvoaiid all intrraetiaie poima oil Tllld DaV tbe tub ii st , at 4 o'clock P. M. For freight or pas ga.--e ajiplv on board or to na-U J. n. HARRIS, Agent. N O T I C E". THE Board of Directors r-f tbe Nashville Commr ceil Insuranre Comiuniy baa declared a d vnten. of Six Do'Ltrs a share oit. of the protltti for the la si six months, payable on and after the 15th inst. JAMES WALKrK. mav8-lm Secretary. CHANGE Ot" SCHEDULE. Tennessee & Alabama Kailroad, j TIMETABLE. ' Commeneing Sunday, Ayrll 29, 1860. ; GOING SOUTH. tpave Vahville4:45a m. arrive at Columbia ? :05 am. . Leave Nashville 2io p m. arrive at Columbia 6:35 p m GOING NORTH. Leave Columbia 7 :C0 a m. arrive at Nashville 10 a m. Leave Columbia 1:4 i pm. arrive at N.slivilie 1 p m. riMtE Morning Train going ionth connects with JL Memphis and Cbarlt-btou Railroad at Decatur. Tbc F.vening Train oin tjutti connects at Colum b--i with Tram to Mount Pleasant. Tot- Evening Train goii.g North makes close con nertion at Nashville with Louisville aud Nashville Ri lroad from and alter lond.iy, May Tlh, to L"Uis ville and all Ea&tern cities. Bnt i.ne train on Suu- day . W . O'N . PK..KINS , niayi-lra uperiuieuueut. Liouisvillc anil XasUvillc KAILUOAD. CHANGE OF TIME. TWO through Express Passenger Trains between Nashville and Louisville, makiu close connec tions at Louisville lor New York, Boston, Plrladel h:a, Baltimore, Washington City, Buffalo; Nitgara Falls, Cleveland, Ciuuiuitati,St. Lout is, and tbe Far West. (in and after csDar, May ths 6th, 1800, traia will run as follows: First train leaves Nashville at 5:00 A JI. daily .stop ping at Gallatin , Bowling Green, Olasgow Junction, Eliiibetbtown,and all regular Btations wben signal led by a Dug, and arriving in Louisville at 2x0 P M. Returning, leaves Louisville at 6:'i0 P. M.,stp ping as above, and arriving in Nushville al 3:'20 A. M. , ti:ond train leaves Nashville at 4:40 P.M. daily, (Sundays excepted,) stopping as Qrst train, and ar riving in Loui-ville m t .00 A. M. Returning leavrs Louisville at 6:10 A. M., stopping as above, uud ar riving in Nashvilleat 2:20 P. M. Gallatin Accommodation Train leaves Nashville dailv (Sundays excepted) at 5:00 1'. M., and arriv ing in tiullatin at 6:52 P. M. Returning leaves (iulla tiu xt T.0O A. M., and arrives in Nashville at 9:10 A. M. Throogh tickets n sale at the P -pot for all points North, hast and West, with a choice of the many U li fe, ent routes. JXO. B. ANDERSON, Superintendent. A. J. FiKLlt, General ticket AfcCoU inayT-dtf - Important aud Extensive AUCTION SALE, Williout Kescrve. QKA CASES and Baskets nr the first class old tJl)J Wlnns, Bnindies and Liquors, to be sold at Auction, a 10 o'clock, A. M., On Tuesday, the 8tli of JUay, t the Store, on the South-east corner of the Public Sq.ii.tre ami Front street, by order of the Assignees of Duncan. Cornell k Co , New York, lcrms given at sale: 1 h e collection embraces over 1M varieties of the rarest, most curious aud delicious Wines and L quors wittt the braU'lsof the Urstclass F.uroeun wino trier-cl-anta in original imported packages, warrauted true to le-icriilioii. Imperial Tokay, Maslas Biker Co. Rouiauee Coiiti, Chamberiin , Beaune Pramler.Clia tl c, Mourachet, Mersault and olh-r first t l.tss rtur gitndius, Irom A. linarnclever, A. Ninls, J ljueure & Co , and other hourex. Chateaux lafltie de Margaux, do Yquem, St. Es tepitu aud other Clartts, Irotn Natb'l Jouumn k Son, 1 roller J Co., Schroder a bchj ler aud other nrst-clas ltgnroa Cbristi , Colore de Alcabaca, red ft w hite Hermitage, t Uuc Bourgoyne Mosseux, Castle Cabi net, fparKlin? tjnck,CabinetSparkliug Moselle, Silv er r-iglettock, Johanni'beig, Hockh'-imer Caoiiitt, Siersu-l'ier, Marcobrouer, Rudesbeimer and other IJock W in-a fr..m first clu-s houses. Cahiuet Creiue de Bouzy, Cordon, Bleu Seal,Rouxy Mouseux,(rand Mab biu-, and Cbambertm "ous seex. A II tuo extra l ll imi gas and best brand. Gickburn's Rial Aito lHiro, port Wine,O01eysdo, Fort ttr'a do, Sandeman'a do, Uurdork aud other vara-tiea of tne puieat ad finest old Port. Newton, liordan tt C'o'd, Bt.tckburn's, Olvaris ft Co's, Muy khutgutu', aud Un-r brands of Eut tnoia. ri.Millit.l i.-, Old Baal, Cld Pev ere, Vtuu beco and Ser ci.'l M .dctra. MontilU Jo lannlt-berg, Xtrrs, Yln Oloroau, Yla de 1'aAlo.Aruaut tUuo, I alacio,Mau mlU.I'ale brown aud otb-.r cherries, c-tmi raim; all tbe Quest gr id. a trand C'harture Ltquete, Cttohagon Cuerry O.r d.al, Curact , Noyau, r-tt u Vert, MararctunOrAbynUi Ktiacbascr and oilier liq iors in original packig a. Uoyue rHtiuvtn and Palo d Fu lira M..r aod Carter, I oudon Club S terry ot.:h Whis ky, Holtaud U in, Ji toxica Hum, aod ilia Unet elJ Martell UUtrd, Vine Growers C uia.f , O-f nac de la ititereur aud t fier 30 and 4- year's old Viuua and Velvet I onac, witu l.ri.e vanity of utiirr W litre and Liquor aa per t aial.fr ur, lormi: g the greatest v ar l tj rur ott red 1 1 public Lo icl t'ou. 1 ha p4itcularau-nuut-f conuouvurs andctiiTrnn ia Inviitd lot-. i rt-mark.al.lo aale'wulca embraces all toeur.t olaasCtbiuet Vi..es.etc. Sam l a fv.r Uiajte. liua at tue Store n Taeatlay. luxyl-Ul TtUttCG LLCCd. a have, in compliance with tlie law of Tennes. so, pxtoiluei anide4 of the above Liquor and Bud Uteiu trv of an v ttelete. ii aabtt mi JO. W. HKoWN aVANS, Cbeiukst and lTuigil, roarS-U Naahvtile, Tcoa. SlocU. Weduceil. 1)rtEP RING ma to make a change In our buniae arran grtnei.U we desire tj re .uce our pr.iaetil toek a ma ll a p S;lble. In order to do tilt w will olfitr our present Mu K of la,ihj aud f ancy lry lool at redactst pr.ca We uate m band a See aM-xlnieiit nf m! B -rage, Maaliu and Trawlmg luuaa,aB Ij fact ert-rihing one could ab for. l-o, WLita UtMidi, Etnitroi'ierte , liery, table lunark, tMitig, lileaclted a id Itrow ltoao.ic, Plama am Gttods fr m. a and women, O-t.tS, c,aa-t meres. Vesting and I'uuer-wear f tr l .tleueu. W wish iu c-tll articul r atienuon to oar barya.a C"Mm Itr, on (hell will b lound i .11 uetes inauy 4. .ra bis good, at o.te-t vurtn their value, aprt -tf l-ltoli. HCMPHKET. J.C.HARrEY & CO., 31E1IU11AKT TAILOKS, NO. U VX10S STREET, VRE elllag i prr cent lower for cub tba any liou. ia arlt die. ba v oa taaad turn tw; bKt srettCM at a aaiftiata iwm, eiau-uig ' CLt'TH.o, AiMtLKLS Al VLillNOS, whnh m will wake p I t tbe mm fubaablt kt,aad ui ran mi all saacs to ttt aud giv autarii .,. or no sale. J. C. MAKVEY C-. Also, an haul a lirf artortmeel of Usui's Fur autiog Uooua a bteb we m til salt K w. apf i-lia J. C, HjtRVtY a CO. DISSOLUTION. f pilE eofrtBpr:tip beretofoee vxlauag belwar X tbe uvitM,MJ,nu-f ine aij I.- o( rr( k. . K t . w t .1 . A . . m , m j vwuii vf tamiMl out et.4 t . w . Fa-wtar rriirii . tbo ba.ta wdi i iuiur- aw cdueaMl toy ktrkprick , ho ahu auttHM-Uad kitUt U baauttaaot iu I4 trm. A. w. Fuwt IK, Pi U. kU kPAIaUCS. rt MIR aaaerstsaa aavtag r tr4 rea lb trm JL Fwatef kaxpuak,batf aaid vol at litre iatctuai tbrw & kkpatut. rvaya.ta lmit i bat tbaa. to thtt uaoca mi u Ktrsa r Uta-f atrunf, aaitt awltctta a 't--i .-a vi aai I pa v ttag I at aBiianara. i . Hep ffinerttscHcnii Tuesday, M&Y 8 9 and lO, 1SGO. f LARGE 1SD EXTENSIVE AUGtTION. SALE, . BY : --' TRABUE & LUCUS. WE will cell at anctkm without reserve, on TUESDAY, WfcDNkJJAY ant THURSDAY, Uay sti,sth and 10th, 1860, Fifty thousand dollars worth of new, 1 resit and fashionable " STAPLE & FANCY" : DRY GOODS,- I-adkB' Press Goods, Trimmings, and Fur and Wool Hats.- Lotebora and Straw tials, BooU.Sbors . and Brogans , Ladies ant Children's hoes, a full lock. A One stock of ReadvMade Clothings Three ply two ply all wool carpets, half wool and al Cotton Carpi tings, Canton Mattings, I-1. or Oil Cloths Fancy Si Ii Boui'vl Kibboi.s. A full (tuck of Wbue Root8f Hosiery, Saspeuders, Gloves, Variety OckkIs, Umbrellas, Parasols, Palm Fans, &c. tvery de scription of Print , P. Allen's Sprague's, American, Duunell's Harop's O'gandie Robes and Muslius,De bagec, GUce Poplms, Hoops Kkirts; 60 bales 4-4 and 7 8 Ocn iburtie and heavy Brown Duutetoics, and Brown IriiU, aud in fact almost Every Article of Merchandise t'sually kept by Merchants generally. We just say to all MrrchimUJ, both city aud country, if you want goods this is certainly a rare chance for )ou to rave from lu to 60 per ceot. If you make a giod noteand pay It when due we most earnestly request you to attend this sate, but if you expect os to take oar note simply because it is solvent, aud allow you the pririli-se of paying at your earliest convenience, we tnoxt drvoully request yoi to stay at borne. Tr.KM3 Ail sums under $100, cash; all sums over tlOOand und(-r 3i0, four months, ll sums over $J)0, six monthi' time will be gtveu fur satis factory notes payable in Bank. apr81-tds TRABCE At LUCCS. 1SGO. 18GO. FURNITURE SALE. GOULD & FBEEMAN, Ko. 7 College street, HAVE jiint received a large and well selected stock of V U U X I T 13 1 li, Cnnsicting in part of Fine Rosewood Mahogany and Walnut Parlor Snlta; Superior Oak, Mahogany aud Walnut Chamber Setta ; Several new styles Painted aud Enamelled Cottage Setta ; TCCKER3 SPRING BEDS, CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, C. Our sVick is lartre aud complete. Persons wishing a superior article f Furniture woa.d do well to give us a call as we are ottering our stock at reduced pri ces aud warrant eve-y article sold. may 2-1 ra GOULD b FREEMAN. House-Keepers Attention . THE aHention of tbe readers of the Patriot, the ladit-s more esiecialty, is requested by Messrs. MACKENZIE k MINCHIN, to the excellent Refriger atcrs and cheap Fruit Jars with which they are now supplj ing our citizens. Tempests' Fruit Jars are ad mirably adapted for putting up all kinds of Fruits and Berries. They are durable, simple and cheap, aim tue uenianu lor meru is so greitt that already nearly three hundred dozen have been sold. may2-tf Sunday School Celebrations Flags! Flags!! Flags!!! lyroTIHNG adds so much to the appearance of a J. v Procession or Sunday thool Children asa Flag iuthe baud or every little boy and girl. LUCK is now prepared to furnish them in any quantity, at 27 College fi reel, up stairs ovrr Shields' Auction Room. OUJl-U PUIATEU'S NATIONAL 1IALL AT THE STATE CAPITOL, Friday Evening, 3Iay lltli. TICKETS to this Ball can be procured at all the Printing offices in tbe city, of the following named iersotis : R. H. BAKRV, News Office ; T. WINHAM, ttannt-r tttlicc ; J. W. BaRW, Patriot Office ; W. T. T. OTT, Gazette Ofilce ; HU.H HACKNKV. Uuion Ameriean Office ; R. BARCLAY, M. E. Pub ishin - House ; F. L. WINHAM, Southern Homestead Office : J A. MAitTIN, Baptist Publ.shiug House ; JAMES WlloN, Ben. Franklin Job Otlico Tickets Tltree Dollars. - apr21-tf E. C. M'iAIEY & CO. HAVE ON II AND 0XE IIUADRED ROLLS BEST COLORED AND WHITE CANTON MATTING. ALSO, An .Unusually Large Stock, of PLAIN, PLAID AND STRIPED C 0 T T O N Si For Servants, which they will ecll very low by the rtifC". piS- Persons not yet supplied will consult their interest by examiog these goods, as we art dtltrm ined to elote them out. II. C. M'aVAlRY & CO. apr!6-tf X O T 1 C li . A I.L appl'cniions for the Rm of tbe "GAIKTT THEAIRE" to be addressed to chas. r. caisp. niart3-lf - - Box 4tfT, Nashville, Teo7 LOUISVILLE ARTESUN MINERAL WATER. n A VI Nil been appointed sol Agents for tbe sal aaleo the abwve celebrate t Miuera I Water tn thi city , will always be prepared to supply tboee nrrding it, witt it fret.li from the well. Below will lii to imt the opiuinna ol m of tbe Pbjalcuiaa of Louisville, a to its merit. JO. ti. KuuW.V EVANS, J, Col e Mreet, Naahvide. OPIVION3 OF PUVtlCIASJ We the nuderignI. have bad oeouion to pre Scribe aud w it-n Uie of th. Aritstaa Water, iu a vart -ly of iiaeaaes, and we Dave liu tteattatioa la a cliriiif it to be onropmion that H lan exceedmgljr valanble remedy In may cbrouw dawase. Tbs tn a ltich :u Oie ba baea alieuued with tb. wttat marked beoetii tba . ftr are. cbroic riteamaUfU , cuta-ieousatf -c tons, and ame of loachruaa: disor dert of lae d;gftiv yatem. Toe kuown rhemil elemenU fooad la the water of such a nature, aud Ihey exiat in sucb tals of c-iuitutatton, Iml we bv nn doubt it will be found in a more .xtecded experience, in ita eSecla to bare aa wi a raug ol appk-altli'.y ia toe cur A diaease tIaliK mineral wal-r knows. U. t.oLf ailH.M. H., frof. of durgery ia ly. Sc to! of Medic Uie. C E. .Wi, M. D W. A ULNItLKY.M D,8upt., Loaisvil Varlo ll'-p.til. T J.KRIFFIN. M. I. JOS. W. H'lNAd.U. D., Sup'U LooiavUl Alo Ho a. J. W. KMUUT, M D. apv.T-2.a . RESTAURANT. MliiiiFaU Ai liWTOX, Cjraer f Adam aad Seoaod street, Mentphit, Ttuii H AVE recently t tl op nne itf the BaeM in lh btnitbrra couatrj , aud Srrra up le tL a at l h1?'' cuatotaer daily ail tbe laser .e aad cartf of lb -. MEALS frunbed at all hoar la a at; tbat aeaut be .uq-atsed. apri-tf CORN MEAL And Fiue Ground Feed Agenej Qflfl BARKEI of Cora Meal and riueGreaad OUU Fred lor fVx,)Ul reetvea p-r SeaatrT Uhom, wheb wJi be kex undaT th aaarket fur OA-"H tly. aprSa-tf BEXJ. T. SHirLW a CO. i 1XSUUAXCE XOTICE. f HE ana4l avaetisc af lb. 9tockbbir f tba X XA-liVIUJt CUMMEKclAL Ls-RASCS CO MXT, ib hm baid st tbrir t ia sutji llx Itb Ujr t-l Maf att, ivmhrtrl lv ArwstrS, iat aetv uar u eaaatag l Mtb4. ... Jam WALKFS, StKrsiary. rtu 1 j i, ljvtxj.j Spring and .Summer Sljles for i a6 Qj z That Beantiful Moleskiii flat, JUST totroduced for Spring and Summer wear - got op very light n tasty, tor the approaching warm season, at tue Fasbiunab'e Hat Emporium ut . , . - FRANCIsOf?, apr7-tf No. S3. Public Square. Frencii Soft Hats. JUST received some new and beaulirul styles, all colore and shapes, to which we invite the atten tion of all. A. J. FRANCISCO , Uatterand Farrier, No. 23 Public Square. Nashville - aprT-lf Panama, Stiaw aud laegliorn 'Hats. : .': CONSISTING of 1I tbe latest styles for Men, Boys aud Children, at tue Hat Emporium of . . FRANCkCO, apr7-tf No. S3 Public i-quars. . Ladiet': Hiding Hats. SOME new and beaulirul styles just received this day A.J. FKAACIsl'O, ap-6-tf Ko. 23 Public Square, Nashville, lenn. Underwear. ANOTHER invoice of seasonable Underwear of (tame iik, Uauze Merino, Cashmere, Liuen, Li.-le Thread. Jaccottet and Cotlou, received and lor sale by J. H. McvilLL. aprS-.f Import ;ut to House-keepers E. K. DURKEE & CO.'S SELECT SPICES. Guaranteed not only AB-OIX'IEI.Y ANt PERFE;TLY PITRE, but ground from fr.-sh S lice, selected and clcaaed by us expressly for tbe purpose, wiibout reference to cotO. Tuey are beautil L'ly packed Ia tin foil, (lined with paper.) to prevent Injury by keeping, and are full weight, wtiilo tha ordiuary Spices are almost invariably snort. We warrant tbeui iu poiat of strength and richness of flavor, BKVO.NIi ALL COMPARISON', as a sinpl. lria-1 will abunlant:y prore. Uanufactured omy by K. R. HURKEE Jc CO., fehia-dawtf 1st Poarl Ktreet.New Vrlr SAPONIFIER, Concentrated Lye, TUB ItKADY FA Till. Y S O A 1 MAREU. AN Indespenrtble article in eery family, whereb) with their ordinary kitchea grease, combined with the Saponifier, they can make all the Soap they use bard, sotl or fancy. It will make hard waiei soft, and will clean ty e lo perfecttou uoUtiugequak it for cleaning aud scouring. Fat up in air-tight iron boxes of one lb. each which, will make, with 4 t 5 lbs. commoi grease, from 15 to 25 gallons elagant sol soap, or 8 to 10 Its. hard. It has now been several years sincethis invaluable article waa first introduced lo the public, and the es timalion in which it U held wbotever known ant tried, acd Uie immense demand for it from all quar ters.are conclusive proofs of its real merits aud val ue as a family article BEWAHE Of IMI1A7I0.S! The success of out article, like that of all discovert -s of true merit and value, has induced unprincipled parties to im.tate it. We therefore ctcnos Tns public against worth ei-t COUNTERFEITS aud to take uoiia but the genuine original and patented aitiele, )!anufacmred oi.lv bv the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAITURINU COM PANY, of List Tarentum, Allegheny Co., Pa. Office aud Depot, No. 30 Peitn tt , above the Canal Bndgj Pittsburgh, Penn., wiio also manufacture of standard quality , Caustic Soda fur Soap Makers, Soda Arh, He fined I oda Ash, Sal Soda, Chloride of Calcium, Cop. pera8,Manganese, Nitric Ai-.idudaSalariitus, Uteacu ing Powder, 'Murauc Aeid, fuipuuric Acid, Aqua F'ortis, Chloroform. Extra RefluedSnow-Whilo Tabie. Dairy and Pack ing jail, warranted entirely Pure and ltry, put up it various packages and stylus. TUe only Pure Salt iu tbe country. FOR SALE BY ALL Store Keepers ia tbe liiited States. 1000 Cases Supouitler, genuine, for sale at nianu faciurer prices iu lots to suit purchasers, by 1'Ib.E KELLuUtf, -marl9-wly St. Louu, Mo. A Magnificent Chance I WILL sell my Farm in Franklin county. Ten n.,oi Rock Creek, six miles South-west ot Tull.ihoms consisting of 600 or more Acres of Land. It can Ix divided into two places. Il lias on it good improve ments the best of spring water; a good Unsl aut Saw Mill, and is withiu four miles of three celebrate watering places. For further information apply to B. R. White ,o: the place, or to ae at Opcloubaa, La. Jante-wtf B. F. WHITE. IRON AMALGAM BELLS. TT7E take pleasure in directing the attrntto n o Il those interested, to the annexed Price Lints t ou cheap Church, School and Farm B.lls, which I will ho observed, are oifured at most one-third at much as is us tally chtrge l for those f corres.ton t ing size and woight, by the uiauufauturer ot bra conioition Bella. lln-fe Hells are composed of ac Amalgam, in pir iron, wliic.lt, while it is so much etieuper than tlti metals heretofore employed for tie same purrtose y tt seems to pottsesa d Jtabil ty and Sonorous q laL ties scarclv luferi r Ki lha I .nn,-. FARM, SCHOOL, HOTEL AM) SHOP BELLS, title, with Yoke, f'Uud irds, and Crauk coinpiote. Pric 1 Inch Boll, with Uaugiugi. Weighs 5-S lbs. t, 4 .4 .t t. ' 2Q t tt lJO 1 83 " t jjj t4 j CHURCH, ACADIMY, FIRE ALARU AND STEA1 B 'AT Br U.S. riL'gcd with Yoke, Standards, Tolhiq Hammer aud Wheel. Prict ii Inch Bell, with Hangiugs. Weighs 303 U. Sv. 8-J " " 460 44 S 3d 44 4 " S:"0 44 40 44 44 44 44 8iS 44 It 4S " 44 " 44 17vK) 44 r. All Bella warranted, (new Mies given in cm t breakage by ringing) lor twelve month from dil of purchase. and ampped free of cttarge for dra; age, on receipt of price. HF.IX.KS, FREE CO., No. 6 Malu Street, Cincinnau, Ohio. aprlO-dltawlm T"1 5 IV lis W X 1 RAN AWAY from the undersigned1, nine miles fret Savannah , Hardin en.. Trim., on tit. l-.tit Aori', t&ttO, a ueyru man named PrTLR.acrd abnt 45 years, about aix lect high, very black, with a sea tin his left Jaw cauved by a kick fr m a mule, had ut wben he went away light coiorrd negro Kersy pants, coarse cotton hirl. uo coal, black wool bal. I il: give S lb re ware? u caught in the Malt or tM IT c tugb ou of it and brtugbt Vi tue tr snr ured iu unit) ad tt Ibat I can get bttu AXH'S At'-sflN', saayS-w3t Bonean, Ptt-t O ;e, letio. SPRING NOVELTIES CUSIHXG, KIXU & licGRAW. IVJi nroadwu)', N. Y., TTAVINtJ removed frota Nt. it Warren att-t t" II our Naw -lore,e aUtll be prepared on aad after January l.-.n, to (Tv.-r for stle one of the sues! stock of iMlka and lrei t. kiJs erer displaxel iu this ut trkoU Jm-aa Ml SOWAaDta. J. K. UiUirjov. B. r. ntejlira. HDUAUDS, GILliaSlJ.V & CO. (acccsssossto JO. IDWA PS,) CoroerelCollrgeand I'Utirvh ata. WLc'cjalf Grocert and Coinuiis&ioB MERCHANTS, Fine Brandies. Mines, Ciiari, Tobacco ,ie - actll-tf Fiae VUni9 Ercrgretiri, ic. 'PHS aavi'fo is Ti-en U of Ur. WiuiiV Kftvaa.ttf 1 tbe Ka tint B.ad Vurtwtry , OUt.t, wilt b. pti-al lelaaraltut h. U oa tuiwini tut city wita a ebotc. oli fcoa fro-a bis.xwutiv. U-trUcslural Garden. . Tar. H. fo-et a'l ailes toil by fcim, aid tMs wh ka bna bug wi-.-i f-til c,a le H opna ta Uw fro l mnu tt M wa at B4. f. "aistas aCu.,N.x7 Ctteg stroet, where 10. latdie, aad Uwmk Uavuig a taste f flwr , ar. p trt-cultri y ta l Jt lar.H. apr-tf Ilnr.ari.ia Grass Seed JVft recd. aad fat aaU at a Uw ager S40 CMtssels NiOTtar Haartaa liraas g.4. Th- mJ bt &oaavta4 auk gr.a r, aad mm rais ed ia tn NurtiMrw yn uu f M attnirt . ! tr frwa dirt a-4 all uapurncea. ap 1 1 -tr aac vHi, noor ca MlIaLiHT JKEl. nnA bPhUtU MILL FT SETD just rervtved by din) A- JNJlNi prZ7-4f Ka, Hlarktt tst, vm to hire. I7OR the balaaee af ti r, ttmnlla ssUm I c ig aa4 Waaaic. lT a taltil tatBli . Ay- aay at Uti .See aar". Jsit Inthrl by S. A. Fjrriv t to. 500 RA'iH Ca!t-1 Cora: m w r.aa ly Heat : M bag Wtklta iieX Cera. aprlidX New Publications. THE NEW NOVEL! - - bt the AcrnoR of W. T. BERRY & CO. DAVE JUST RECEIVED ; THE M ILL "on - t-v' ; THE FLOSS, : A "INOVET.. . BY GEOKGE ELLIOT, Author of "Scenes in Cleirical Life" and "Adam . . Eede.; 1 voL . , . ; ; Abo New supply of - - , A 1 A M U li 1 Va . 12mo. muslin. AV. T. BK11RY &. CO., mayS-tf r Public Square. JNLIW PUBLICATIONS. TI1E BIBLICAL REAFOX WnY. A Hand-book for Biblical Sfu deuts aud Sunday Scltool TeaclieiSs, GUILE TO FAHILY SCRIPTTEE READIXG. BEAUTIf CLLY ILLUSTRATED. Large 12 mo , Cloth , Gilt Bide and back. Tbis book makes Uie Bible a plensact as well a profound subject of study. It k-aves no difilcnltor obscurt point unexpbtined. It renders etery pas sage clear. It is exactly the volume tbat every family; wbicb reads al all, in.pt rative y needs to place beside tbe liitlc as its best companion. this voluane answers 1,493 questions in a clear manner. W. T. BEBltY, &. CO aprill-tf . , VOYAGE ;D0WiY THE A3100K. W. T. BERRY & CO. RAY E JUST RECEIVED, -A VOYAGE I0W. THE A3I00B, WITH A LAND JOURNEY THROUGH SIBERIA, AND Incidental Xotirts of Xanchooria, Kaia KfLatka aid Japan. BY TERRY McDONOUCH CoLLIXS, Cniled states Cumruercial Agent at tbe Amoor Kiver 1 vol. 12 mo.. Cloth. This bock describes minuu-ly the whole country washtd by tbe Amta.r River. To this large tract aUection ba lately been di ret. ted in a very marked manner by tbe action of the Kufsiau Got ern'teut in taking possession of it, and it ir probable tbat ete long, lor commercial or oilier purposes, an ac quaintance w ult it will be as uectstary as with any other division if the earth's sulfite, air. Collin hue proposed to himself to satbfy the necei-aity for knowledge. He vis.ted e ery city on the banks of the river, noted their peculiarities, and tbe Uie, character and manners of the people, especially the condition of Uaiic, uidustry and social life among them. U. describes tbe nature of tbe river itseh with respect to the feasibility of navigation, and the comparative wild Dei s or cultivation of the t-oua tries en and near il all in a graceful and attractive narative. Serifs Salts. She rifles Sale. BY virtue of fl fa to me directed, and delivered from ibe Honorable Circuit Court of Itavldson county, Tennessee, at its January Term, IS0.1, I will expose to puolic salt', tn the h:guet biddrr, for cash, at tbe Court house Yard, in tbe City of Nashville, 00 Saturday, the luth day of May, ISbO.all the rij;bl, title, cLtun, interest and esUle, WbK'h S.tiuuc-1 K. Uorga.1 then had, .r may b .ve since acquired in and to the following defcnned Ne gro man named Sam, aged about sixty-fire years, color black l,mT, No. 44, fronts 100 feet on the S'utli n.lt of Bioad t, and runs back hundred and eixty nine fvel to au altcy twrlve fet-t wide, and fronts one hundred leet nu said Alley. A tract ot land 011 tbe Mtutu side ot Cumberland river In iiinct No Ut, bufinniug in tbe center of the Brk-k Church Turnpike road, ihruce roumi.g North S4'', Fast Iweuly polt-s to a Mat., tbenre 73 Fast, iweutySve poles, 8 T-la polea t a stake on the Wm bouudarv ol the old I age tr.tcl, ttirnce NurtU I a 40 Wert W illi an id Ta. lute 13 7 10 pule ta a atone, theuce routh Ti) West 3& ki!v Ut a rock, 1 bent e South 3 l-4tl wt-at twenty jhiU-s t" the cen tre of the Turnpike road, tnruco South hb East 14 pelet to the begibiiiiig LOT, No. 7 iu tbe plan of vt et Nushville, from 11 g one hundred feet on B--.itumltmiie sire. I and running bacti 01. huurrdand Seventy-livi feet to a twelve let I alley, bring levied on as Uie property of Samuel IU M rau, to satisfy tjuc'fipiiit rt-ndtred iu favor d Jame. K. Falls agotUit Samuel R. Morgan. JOHN K. E2MDI50N, Slu-rib oi Davidson coumv. apr3u-tJi. lly CRt-LL, 1 1 p. &l;'ir. SheiilTs Sale. BY virtue of a venditioni expttnas, In favor E. C. Less- ur vs. l. B. Harks, to mi directed, and delivered from the IKmttraltle Circuit Court of Davidson county. Teiwes--e, al its January u-rm. IStkl, I will extHMe to public sale, tn the btglievt bitldpr.fnr cash, at tbe t'.-t rt honse Yard, lu the City of Nashville, ou -AYTLKPAY, the lVUi 1'AY if MAI, ltiGti, all Hie rij:iT, tile, cltiitt, inli roi-t and estate, which I. B. links then bad. or may have since acqiiirt-d iu and to th foil-wing described prorertv , to w it a part oi It L o tt. in a tlao mtd. by C W Nantelortl.e Citioti Bal k f Tt-nuerse. regib-red in the Kegisu-r's oflice oi fkavidsna ct un, ty, in Btt.k 8, page 1 .3, being part of lot conveyed to J, W. M trr by A. ti Aporrn by de-d recixtcrcd in lit. tttue aloreatld Hot.; 18, ptge 4it aul 6O0 and partlc.Ullv described asfiiuw. Begia i.lng at a stake ia the liu. f Spring atreet, hoath east corner ol No 0, theuca W. at in tbe Hue of taul Spring street 60 let-t to a stake In Uie line of said tt en, thence at ribl angle North SuO feet 10 a 14 tot t alley, tli. nre raat with said alley SO f -1 lo a take: thence al rigbt au lea South liOO te-t to tb beginniug. Tue doed to the stme is registered In tbe olnce a f. .rest Id, Bot-k 19, pag. tOS , levt-d oa as lite propetty 01 It. B. Htrsa. t aaMt-fr a jadgtueat agatuat said Harks lu favor of E. C Iatrseur J. K. HlUUMWOV, aprSO-tu SheriOof IvitiCi coaaty a. c. Atmuita a. mntavuiB. E.C.AiNDERSON&CO. 47 ortt TIarket Mreet, FOUR DOORS FROM THE SQUARE, HAYTN'G removed one dtvor abov tb. n'd ttand w.-oid reti tliull) lavit Ut. anet-ltoa of toair frund aud tie public grueial y to their cxieiiaiv. MtCt Of SPUING AM) SUMMER CLOTHING, Which w ar. prepared toei aa low asy hons ta lb. uiy,aJ aarratl to gi gaeral aath-Urtaoa. lbilivi bavjtg bu aelvcittl aud auaualai-iarM irn. rr our a i-.ru. Icrta4.. twr ai! evvry grao. attd iy kg ol CC1TS, TESTS, PASTS, IUTS in. UPS Cf lb. laJrat sty lea, togrtber w tth a Ur;. attack af KUirt, Col!ar CrTt, CIotm, iap?BUf, aleriito UiMlevSitii t atl lrweri, , TrattUas, Packing Truait a&J Carjjfi Ug Of all aiavs, which will V. said very ebrap. - Cloths, Cassiiurrcs and Vellrgs. A wt-aeaaia asanelw-mt, w blra wpt W ad spat ti w tei ia im aatj.uii aao.. a-y aw r I atta g tl. at tit aU- ikM ti. VaT Iat rgt tb. i.ac, Alat ktt tlrtat, four door tr. sa iL l abi rutirr . aprli-Ita k. C. AM lR'N CO. are you i.m:iu:di if kot, afi ly at o.ncc to - '- NASH & MAURt ViD OBTAIN IXDESVITa. Nj. ti C4k( sued, Kaaaval., Trttwrt, pria-tf .- ... -,-i- Tit?, stacks an4 frarals. 17 Y THY aiMr af tbea at b- reid aad Aw Vssiatty J- H. ktctilLL. aptW Ctsrry 4f,aw.tnrat 4. ..EEED'S , 1 PIANO FORTI ' WAUEUOOit NO. 47, frtP CHURCH STREET; r.lARVIIM REED - - Agent for tbe sale of CHICK EB11NG & SON'S j Celebrated New Seal Pianos, , '? A. "V. LADD & CO'S , - - . W.rids Fair Prnuiam Piaee. f IlAIajLTaTT, DAVIS & CO.'S ' . . ww - . - 2 SI A SON & IIAB1BLIA?S J Cnrivoled klciotieons, ' - " v Organ Vlelodcons, " ? and Harmonium r: For Parlor,Chrrehe,Yertrie,Lodgi and Scboola has now, aod will enntnoe to keep, a large and coca : plele assortment of f Ingfruiucnts of every Style ! of finish nd kind, made by tbe above named out factui ers, at prices varying from ' Fifty to One Tltonaand Dollara. Every instrument sold by them Will Be Fully Warranted, IX EVERY FARTICC1.AR. By the makers. aid kept in r'-d lone twelve montbi from date or purchase, 5 Free or l.Uarsc Principals cf Female Colleges, Seminaries, and SJeslt Teachers, will be supplied with instrameGt by TayiEs Tin tx cmt. ou First Cost. I CaT-Alt tersons wishing to purchase, nd all kver of music, are respectfully invited to call. JIABVI IUED.Asrnt, I Ian 27-dtwkwly. No. 47 Ct urea Street I jNEW 3BOO-K1S jl;t receiveo by V . U A C. AX;-- 41 Collef street. MODELS BRITISH EstA YliTS, by Maeaatoy; " 44 bj Caffl-ey; t , 44 by arliaie; 44 by Uacax. lush; ; by A lion; 44 by Ta!forStepha 44 byWTiUoa; 44 TPyd Smith: c u THE HISTORY OF HFRolX'TCP, by Geo. KaaLneoa MA., with Maps and Illustrated. 3 Tola. MARINE MEJIIANIO, b Cuas. Benue't; hlsTOBY OF PEN DENNIS, by Ihackeraj; VOYAGE DOWN 1IIK AMOOR, By Coliiui; Li EE BEf ORE II JM; AGAINtT WTXH AND TIDE, by Holme Lea, author' of Sjlvan Healt's baugbter.Katiie Branda; j A BIBUCAh RfASOX WHY. A guide to Scribtnr' Readings, Ii:usu-aled( PAfSINU THOLtiH IS IX RELIGION. Sewell; NIGHT 1 JZSaONS FK M SCKIPTCRE Sewell; FRIARSWi OI POST OF ICE,by Uie author 'of tb Heir tf Redclyffe. F. HaGaX, apr!3tf i bko College st. IIagnziitca for 3Iay. FRANK LEiLIfcVi MONTHLY GAZtTfE OF rAiH- IONS. ECIJCTIC MAGAZ NE. GODEY'j LAI-VS Uot)K. PETER-lONy NATIONAL MAGAZINE. ARnitU'S MAGAZINE. v HARI'EK MAGAZ'NE. . IKYING MAGAZINE, For May th. WAVEIiLY kl AUAZI v E, For May Mb. YANKFE NOTIONS, Arc., Ac, Ac. Also all the laietl Periodicals, received by r. hagax. apr2T-tf Coilc-e L 3Iagaziue8 for jlay. LESI IE' MAGAZINE and Gr-tU of Fashion HALl'rR S MAtiiZiNE; GODEY'5 LALY'S B OK; PETUt-oii'S MAGAZINE; THE ATLAN11C MOMHLY; For aale by JOHN YORK At CO. Bi-rii-tf j Urs Soulhnorth's lVtw L'coli, r u k Haunted HomesteaS; U1TH HER A CTOdlOGR APH Y ; " BY HI It S . S O IT T 11 WORTH, Autbor of Ladr of the Isle, Ll Heiress, etc., etc bound l ajer Ml 1-9, for sale by Juiiv YohK. A CO., -marSItr No. as I'utoa streeU A. W. JoBNSOS.JIt. J.NO. o. Yaraso. Johnson & Treanor.ii BOOK, STATION Alt V !( AND M PEUIOD1CAL STORE, Ao. 6 I uieeu Street, AAMrIXE, IlCV.VJTfWXJE. DIVIDEND. 1 AIiirtIE'I of mu ra rT on the Capital SI it k of tbe Narhville and t ballatt. Ka Rail 1 road Cawupany was this tiny t'ec ared by th. Dirt- I tlf,ouloi the prt.flianf the last six mot tits. paya g ble un and alter the 1Mb Inst., at the nV- ut lb a Treasurer tn Nat-ttVlll. U . A. U. UllS, apra-la lreajt-r r. :itit. innn KL"-;'5K'-:i " .eax millftseeh, tut'ii oy '. ar.-iv - la not if No. 1 1 uil il u-ket street. f I'-'T receiv.d, 100 a.snrte ' Canary Bird Cage 4 r an my irrt.ittt. .nu itrtct , M aa bau.-iext. a. ererbroufbt t lb e nutk. t F r sale low bv J. W. WHAiX. IchA-U Mrrn-r i'oiaitcs. infi RrsHH 8 N;'v Vrfc Merer P tuloe, gtnd I 'J' (or soXtttfl ot flajUittg, u-t 1 ee H vetl aad lot aatr by A. JKNKIS-. marJC-tf No 1 1 -ath Mrkrt at. $1000 REWARD. IN cu'eauene. of Me nomerrt'ia lrr that lta re ew ctirrwu w tititt 1 te cilv rece: t:y. w th thmr marked cinlrmn t ienttiaris a, I, a, N. IJ dini;- wtth wayar td the t ity of Nas'tv.ue. by virtae4 lh. ricottiaiculxlM.fiS , th. Cilf C-KiacU, will giv FIVE llUIiRLT Ift'LLARS as a reward for Ike a.pettensi.4 and convict -on nf any peraaa or pernou of lite crime of aram w .liM the corporate ImU The Crirua ta b. cmtnitte-l at any tiute w.ibm three nvxtth from tb dal bere.. K N. HhIXINGsWOUH. Mayor. NanamtK. April 1. 1X Tbe I'uderwrtter iit'h-v't me In vfir aa addi- Umal reward f FIVE lH.'NtKtO IbtJlkS lor Hi apt'Tbfaja and cuuvKtiua as abor. apriB-tf t. . litttj. tioiHH. NEW S!'IU.G. JIILUXERY. Mrs. M. U. HOW KUTO l stlatt at reef, urar Market, HAS Jl?r RECEIVED th. nscat eslccaiv at beast Kal aatHM-warat of Sprlus Sljlett of Donnett Ml LIVERY GOODS. Tbit the ku ever bad th airaaar. ol ezktbitiag b. Laaua f Naabedte. Mi. wUt glad W aatet ber good, tu U a A Btay call oa her. Mra. II. I t't.tmrad cat anak. dreea. wf t at" -fed aatiati la a aiaur stylet aprt-ls 'JIIE B1UTII0LF SEWIXG IVI Al CHIN I ' I 'HE Bartlt lf Mun.se ba a larger axa tbaaat A otber AN attkiw. Nov. ii, Cut leg Atrvat, epi.t tb Eew Bouse. aprai; TUc Locr e A BCVK13S if HAVANA SEGrAR ? Can Ir- raited aosbere bellcr taaa at - 4 ET1ENNE LAMBERT & CO. . Celcaaadt JaildUff, ii C lurry Strat maya-tt. . . , - ' J ' Full Bcmei Stilts. JTT rartlved aa rtet f FVL BO ,. MtRt,u "d with collars, boson iaa.sUaktwtiiAita.tUta. AJfc., ataail . at btoirta,wltaW.Abtv-t T , ; rir a-U . - i.U HC4.1LI CaofsS Canes! A! StTEEB M f Caaea, rrceirtd ad for sale ara-if J. ti. tctji 811 LEET SEED. , Bl'Siitt SXTLI.LT, ior ! ( Cat 100 t i I 1 3 J i 1 1 H ?! i f I 1 J t 4' i 1 :