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SATOXDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1833.
' - THEVOTEOFNASHVILLli,.
Nhc.ypta ofs Nashville, is principally cast at tlie
cqurffliouandtit three precincts in did suburb?.
Wig;re;tbe yote.at these precincts, as corapared
with that last fall: . -.'r ' '
- . 1852." .. 1853,
.Pierce. Sfojt, Jpimsoii:' 'Henry.
'Ctfmrtmnn ...ttSl -,1104.- -01 1283 1
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THIJSMEN'DMENTS TO THE STATE CONHTJTUTION'
IfintoaV A3V2f 24 ;- . vS:Uo7S. 45- 55 SO i.,ade a similar tafemenf. ad.ling aUo thaUeie-
, srr-f! ..i-- AMr-s-. -B.ltamsevVl '43-' 3.' 3 SSlw 58 ijm repprt had arbeii from tho mdrements
. " lift).. 154Jjl43roW7- - ifaihwiWiaa. 'fg ; 17.S& '.' . if tromtftoefcrwhnlfen, which iawiUnn AtruV
- a'iyfTL '"w lLSatEwR 4 M - that tiie nera.Mr, purporting to .
. -3e.ayg7 - -.. ...... ii. DmiiK' . 4.V--ra - 43 'aw"" '7 41' n,, :.,,,s,,r,,mmeQtcoa u not-suustdnuatcf
lumht ' . r 7 :.: . : . - ... . . ....... , .. , . uuk mi jiujjj.m r- - . .
pp'crtT.UioStatearftinfiirorof thejeniiit-ndmetiLs 19. Vulker;'49l M-V
we fear they Imve been defeatcr bluiluroofllie j ttlfi--voters
to phee tlnSproposttiouV on .their tickets. -Sir Tally Vii.S g; -' '.vS
. . -- . - . . . .. ,1-. :Sj.llriik'i-r2U- -ftfl-
111 tins eitv. Uip nronoieil nmeiiiuuents to tlie state
Constitution were confounded with tlie projiositions
.ofCoL Joiissos io some-extent. Tlie. whig'flaga
..: n .. i,n,iM,i. ,.f- ...1.:.. . .. i .... i
a' o. iiiiMmqni) it cl.n... nr. 1...a . r. & Yzy
"4fc"-.f
amendments to the-tate co?istitution,1orc tpgP$r
ositipnolFvieirlickets. t
. : Tlie--we TF-Zify, -we blievp niulioned' UieVl
amendments ftToraljly ouce, whileyso far as we're-
collect, the Banner bus not referred to them'tit alL
Silence wasthemost potent weapon which could be"!
jigdgainst them. It has been 'iscil, and we feiir-ectitallyiisedbythew-higs".
In thi? county, "a
majority of tdl those. whoyptciLfor rcpreasentafives'
vhaye votedfoifthe amendinent?; 'and "it-wy be that
-other counties hare done the, -same. - -We shall be
obliged to the sheriffs in the different counties for
statements of the votes on the amendments.
57" Tlie Banner again forces us to refer to a
matter which has no interest to the general reader,
ana tlie tnrther discussion of which -caa be prodiic
, tive of no good In "a few last words ' in its paper
of yesterday it says it lias invited and challenged,
- and now defies us, to publish the followiiig.cx'fracls
from ourpaper, whicli called forth tlie ungentle
manly epithets quoted b' ns from . tlic-coUimns of";
tlie Jfanner. Engaged in otlior matters ive had ot
taken note-pf,. or givenjgnnicient weight to the Hin
ncrs invitation and challenge to publish these ex
tracts. This oversight or iuduTerencc on our part
is quite an item with the editor, of the Jjj.n-r, and
' hcrollsitJikoa sweet morsel under his .tongue!, In
order that no one may be misled by his remarks,
wp republish tho extracts in question. They are as
follows: ' .
.From ItctTniwi and American,- of July 5. " "
"And it is hn argument vortliy of serious- Consid
eption whether additional security rwould not be"
given to slave-holders by the plaii of CoL Jo.lixsov.
Suppose, for iastanco not an impiobablc supposi
tion such a change in the industrial pursuits of our
people as should concentrate our slave population
in two or three Congressional districts. Would it
notbe wise-policy, then, to render tlie whojc white
, population interested in maintaining the right to
, iold slaves? And would not this be more ft3etually
tlone'by regarding tlie representation cJC thu tliree
"fifths of the slaves as a State's riin tlie preserva
tion of which all the citizens of tlie- State-are inter
ested, than as an individual ri'jht, i which none are
interested but the owners of tbjislsves themselves?"
" He has contended only thai it was wise policy
to give the additional rqesenjaion dm 'JttSttlr, to
the trhitepeoph of tit vtio'e Stat:.' elevating the
question to on,e ci'Stnte Rights instead of individual
benefit, and, interesting tho people of the districts
vherc there aro few slaves equally -with those
' -where there lire many in maintaining tho right.
Col Johnson has contended that if the riqht to rep
resentation for three-fifths of the slaves shoiilit can- i
tinue to be regarded as an individual right instead
or a portion of the rights of the State there- might be
danger that, in case Uf in'nirreciioa or foreign inter
ference with slavery, the pox&ns of tlie State own
ing no slaves might leave thefiortions wjio did own
them to defend tliemscivost Tlie poor man diwr
fuliy volunteer to, fight for his country liceiui?-hi
vote counts a much as the rich man's, ami j ha?
equal lphticaj po.wer. And so, claiming thcright to
rpresentRiiort Ihr three-fiHlis of the tlaws as be
jigipg to eSJatr, it coufersndditioiialiwiver equal-'
IT uppA the poor county and the rich one, upou
thfi poor man and tlie rich .one. Tlj.- jtoor man is
then defending n jiortion of his rights- when calt;d
upon in ca?c of insurrection, aivV not merely the:
property of his neighbor."
" The whole difference between von and CL .Tohn--son,
as statc-d by 3 oursejf; is, that he would give
equal weight to tho Vfvles of all mei.tiicli or floor,
while you would make the weight prihepoor man's
vote depend urvoix the wealth or jmyerty of the dis
trict in whicHhe resiiles. You would give the. j-oor
man's vote in Shelby county as much weight the
rich man's vote in that cunnty ; but would rtry ron
sintent'y deny to the poor man of "Fentress county
the weight of the poor man of DajHilsoMCOuntv."
These are the extracts, tlie senltsmits of wluch
tlie JJunner characterised as " tins- lowest .and most
disreputable specimens of denisgogueism" "ia--lent
and incendiary" " diabolical " atrocious," and
so "on. Vi'e- leave the reader ta decide if auyUiin"
we have said in reply is liable h theceusiuv of being
uncalled for or unwarranted; -f
. One word more. The election is now over, and
rs-.jr, t" not c'00'iC to,continnediseiV-ionsyliichhavt-jst
all i-terost to-oiy- readers. If the Jhnrier chooses
w&ako further comnienLs on this matter wo hnrie
fit w'llout the use of epithets andi'n a
K t - sP'lrll of courtesy, as we sliall not again reftr to.
tJieimdter.through tlicse cohmins. i
'- mi. .: T ... . -II r . ...
S3--, jn-uuisviue journal, a paper whicb is not 4
niuch m tlie habit of bestowiug coan-ianwits iqwi
d6mocraU, speaks as follows tho- Hon. NT. C.
Brecken-ridgi-, of the AshUw't tlfetritfc
express
ini-n N lll.Hia rrtcitrir,t ,..1...1 A . -i
s snwi cisv-wiierc mignnicem iw
untnio to. the-li-teresls nf fill r" -rio (- "P m "
wttten by us some moaths ago in relation to Mr B.
lia,vc been kept at the heads of his newspaper or
gans Uiroughout the- conflict, and we can kml do
empliaucall v re-assert eveiy wor,l or those jiara
granlis aIj-.B. isa pure and noble-hearted mail
aada.hbei5d-nundcd iiolitieian, and he has earned
and won at home and at Washington as hHi ai eii
utii.twnfor talent as lielong-s to any man of 'hisarem
the United States, We do not know of any?-'
Xlernan of hh party whom we would mthersee In
Congress, -md, if hc lived in a Locofoco district, for
instance Lmn Boyd's, we should -sincerely njoico at
We have been.hajf afraid. Uurin-r thecanva-s. to
, ,u" Woni Qf him, lest our Whiir
E" A writer in the Washington Jltpullic says
that an improved plan of a rail road Is in progi-iss,
and will soon be announced, which will secure the
- passengers from injury, and acccomplisli tho- mpst
ardent wish for speed without danger rjianing off
r coming in collision whW opposing
tram; a plan of railroad that will U,e pa&eil.
$ ; gers or the mail to reach the Oocan in as
vinany minutes a.ihere are ,ail3St0 ovcrcom
I J7, z111 from Fcriune Island, the
P learns that there ws nosalfi. on.,that Island
on die 8th msf., while at Grand Turk, Sale R-.y alui
I 3Inagua, salt was very scarce, ami , .
o--. . t
to 16 cents per bushel. Tho
continuous rains n
the cause of the scarcity.
, An airgraph of Washington was sold a fo'w
days agcOT London for the small sura of 2C shil-
lmgs.'tw chart used by Columbus has been pnr
chasedytho Spanish Government at tlie sale of
r t- ii i i r. . i ..
Baron Walkncr s libmiy, for 200.
0 A Carco orMl asles. Tho packet ship Con
stellation, am-rat'Ifew York on Thursday morn
ing. bringing eigjnared and nineteen pasjen
gcrs ilnjragrThey have had upwards of
? rjntUrtasmof&.eaihs on board at the same time
' .Djiwws -Cofwryj-The 2ckl rote mil be found
bmartr ,vfr " ipetcacseaaiof ana .Messrs-, jmuvts unugowp'j
o2i.j3L, H-mi2fewM(n1r"ro.- . ITSv thnAvav.l I continue mybserfatipiM
(JnilT -j " Tv. 1 - 44..' :3XWJ
the, only two whigs who came
Bni''Fr Seniftoriilesirsi. Sixi
out openly for Joiik
Sixgieto- and Baeses,
ore defeated! Tlierc wjere cast l;For the election
l of Judges and Attorneys' Gc bythpTOpje,
! 2i2 yotes. and '" For.the new contTes.TOG vote
I votes.
FocjohitrepreSehtatife-frorii Davidson, Robertsoh,
.and -Montgomery BAiLEvwh"-h-ld 2579, ami.
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'2545' lS5i 261.l551 2092 1616 2294 1186
SauxEii county gires'.i' whig gftm or about 120
6n tlie Tote for President last JalL . It will not take
Sumner a jreat while, at this rate, tobecomea whig
county. 'Wi.vcnESTiii (dem ) representative by 250
' majority.
', ILvnms-.county is reported to haveeleiteil a whig
to the Legislature by a decided majority, andjo
"hayo'givenawhig gain of 12 vptes for'Governor.
AVavjce county gives a. gain fortNix-os'(dem.J'for
Senator, and- he" is tlected ifGHes has '-sloodmp
otrafghL ButVayne- follows a cuixent'example,
In giving whig-gains. '
CAXNoxcouuty gitfes Jonxsos'a majority of 331
a democratic gain since last fall of .57' but not
quite back- to her old-fashioned majorities. E. J.
Wood tlie right sort oF,a -democrat is elected
representative, by 69 majority. - .-".'i
Wilpox county,, all the districts heard from, aud
tho democratic gain is 79.. 'Wclf done, for tlie gal
lant . democracy of. old Wilson! Thompson, and,
3Iarti-, whigs, elected- representatives, and Davis,
-whig, Senator,
Fkaxkl-2 county has done well for Joiinsok.
"iVe have returnsfroin all but two dijtricls, and-the
voto stands, for Joux'so.v, 107u for Hesrv, 334.
Jonifso.v will certainly make a.gijn over' the-Presi-
leiU"al election. Williams, (dem.) elected repre
sentative. ' ' '
llEnFORD county gives a whig majority of 90 1.
and elects WisExrn ,(jvhigXfq J:lieE'cgis!atiire.
"RuinnnFORD is repprted. to liave".givciii' Hesrt
about ScOTT"s.'majoritjT and to have- elected ile
JOcianr (whig) to thu. legislature.,, Coopfih (whig)
Is elected joint representative from Rutherford and
HedfonL- ' '
Hardkiian' county give3 Tor Joiixsojf 102.-" ; Hen
nYj. Col; dem. gain of 35. Stanton", 1025; Verge-,
hoG; dem. gain,'21 For Seriate, Polk, 703
ovcr Tfjcj1, w1h. wiUulrew -before -election. For
Hunty-rep-csenMiye,,f:1tVo6D, (deiij.)...729; Ha.v
cock, ?(whig).545; Itivi-s, .(liquor law caililidate)
350. - , ' " '. .
joxTCOMirEV county. 1'eturn.s all.m. . .Hnsnv's
maj. 305" whig -gain oPO I over CaMpiikll 23'ovcr
Scott. Scorr's'inaj. 20(t ,. .
Housn's.maj. tor Rep. 201,
LATKlt.
Good tor Lawrcn-ce! A" telegraphic despatch
from Lawrence! mrg says: All the districts heard
fronL Joiissos's' majority 203. Gain over Titors
D.ue 123.' For Congress TJuuc (wliig) maj.- 78. For
Senator Xixon' (dem.) 384 maj. For Loiver1ou.-e,
Cauroli, (dem.) SoTmaj. XkonV majority hi
the Senatorial district 200.
Had fob RoiiEirrsoN. ITen-r-l-'s majority 421;
Zollicoiter's 417. AVhig gain 177. Cheatham
(whig) elected -rcpn-sentive by a nearly uftnaniineus
vote.
, AVilliamsos CouKTi", fofucial) Ilenry, 1502;
Johnson, 710. - Gain for Johnson on vote of 1S52,
' 33;, oil voto of 1851, 185. r For Congress Ready,
14C7; Harry. C91. For TJoater, Erwih, 149G;
Whitthonle, 038. Por Repi escntative, Nunn, 101G;
3IcConico,-90'4. Nunn (whig) elected. ' '
Dickson Corjx-rr. A friend writes usr as follows:
CiiAnLorri:, Aug. 4.
Dear Sir: All tho districts are heard from, ex--
cept the 3d, 4th aiidJOth, though not officially.
Tlie vote for Governor and "Congress will be' about
as it was iu the-last ' election for Trousdale and
Campbell. Ilne-.v of several votes, tliat had al-
ivays been "wiag ihat were .cast for tlio democrats :
but the whigs made it up by swapping, between
jIathis and Moony. JIatiiis is elected by about
240 majority. 'The.whig3 made'a" despcrato-.strug-gle,"
andavailed. themselves of every ailvantage
in their power, but Iaminliopei they win bfe"pi7i
yet " ' . . -
DcATti 'rROji oisoxin-c. We learn from the
Richmond Times that .Sarah Ilamilton, a fnrc cnl oretl
Mfoman resldiiig;5n -Ricfimond, ou -'llonday e.veamg
last unwittingly, administered, arsenic tolierselTaud
tlirec children, under the belief tk-it itwas Bermuda
nrrowroot. Shortly- after drinking it, the whole
family were seized with alarming symptoms, ."and
iluringjlie night two of tlio sJiildren a boy itged
sijc years anci an iiifant about- .14'lilontli"? old died!
ThemoUicr ilso tastol tlio.poisou, in order (o induce
her children to -take it ShehoWcrtT, is recover-,
inu. Coroner Wicker held an laoui'st, and tho ver-
'dict of the jury vasy UuHt-tha'CuUcb-vn came to their
i .i i .-: "i l ; .1.. 1... .1..,.
ucamny poisoiL .auiuuiisi(,-i-u igmiiauLijf uj uku
mother. - 'v "
The same 'Editor who said t a'.w-ornian hsd his
head taken, oft'by n'w&smg event;now-vsays: '"'the.
map who liuug himself with accKtl of ; wood, wa3
cut dotvu shortly afterwards -with -&a ed of - pre
cipice, or, as some say, -with a shot&Ier blade."
Wasted. Vantcd unmeh'-iielj- ttvo ablcopdietl
men one at the north and one at.iie south ptlo to
turn the.cnuik. i -
Also, an o.porienced -barber to bare the fh-ce of I
the earth. One from tlie city prt-fer-d.
odest You-rn. " Wliat shall I hdp ' you ito?"
inquired tlie daughter of a landlady of aEwdest youth
at the dinner table.
"A wife," was tho meek reply. The young-lady
blushed, perhaps indignantly, and ltlssalS'thi'.t.jthe
kindly offices of a neighboring degyman"-w'ere re
quifdtc to "rcconcile the parties. '
I.k -AUiou''t..-.-SO r CS . tiV '3 3 ' ' 1 .i : if ...,!. tlint Hip pntrvM tlie lW3?iaU
1 SZi r TM
WASur-teTdk,
in tins on.uicuniJ
keill"esUon. .The, Arctic djtto.ijiaa
'newsfand a tfrowd'of spec9latiQb8,reenecUiw it, and
it is a nuestio'n'of present pressure "asd greAtinler-
. i try i : .1 T . it, T t,-K.-v .
est liow too tones 01 ?jilv-
mentionedalrcady, and,the following 1
fiie-urgent 'intcrest'takenTn'it by the. I
extrqci proves
rgent
the. leaders of that
partyr
-''WatJiSD'AIniaftswerUo a quesuon put to tne.
lo'us&Fords by arls Malmebury and Derby,
, July27,fi'o3.
rrj.-i rr.- J s .....,.,. u
,--.1853.! LUo'Uie-Earl of Aberdeen, asking wh'ej
riSr:ernraent.had received any iulorinatib-r
wneuier niegJ -uWof
Hie occu-
nT.i!Ari' nf Mmnia'bv' Au'sfriSn Jroons. the latter
tetatedt'hat no-such mfprihatioii had .beenreceived,
-not iiad.any dispatch frojn tho Anstrian govern
ment implying tho probabilfyof sucli occupatiOq--T;
"Lord John, Kilssell, in . tho House ot Lgmmons,,
Jherg, .evening. .Lord -LyiiUhurst asked the
L.arl 01 njiarcnuoTi n i:e cuuraiira in uinc
rTlid Earl veiilied that lie considered there was a
Avide ,difirence-bgtwcei) the situation of theJleets-
,in JlesitalSay aml.tnac ot mo imssian nnny "i me -prorincesf
the Danube? for, while one was netf- 'j
tral irround. the other was not. arid the presence 'of
" the fleet-in the Turkish whtcracoufdbe no" "offence'
to" Russia. I
,Yith "jespect to tha course of Britain" on the
Eastern question, ivd cannot-do better than quote
the words of the London Times," which .says, edi
torially," (date the lllh:) "About the middle of last.
weetc, anu immeuiaieiy auer iue receipt oi- me m
tjelliffence that tlie Russians had crossed thaPruth,
a proposition' was adopted "by the British govern -
.ment, to-wnicn we presume.maiJ? ranee uas given
hferfasCsenty jjontahiing,suchran amount'of xncession
as the Porte .may, in the.j'idgment-of-lU.allies, be
advised to make, and the Russian government mayr
if ,it,thiuk.fit, accept "Yithont entering more "par
ticularly" in to the nature of this suggestion, we may
observe that it-has" repeatedly "been said, that noth
ing need prevent the Porte, from makiug a collec
tive declaration to all the powers as to the rights of
its Christian subjects, nnd'that the Porte would also
he ready to renew by a fresh engagement, though
not to extend tha rights already claimed by Russia
under existin-: treities. On iwme -such terms a
fresh' negotiation may perhapi be- opened; and'if
Russia accede to them, little doub'tnecd be ehter
ta'med of its prompt success- Supposing that this
proposition is now (July 11) on'itsVay to StPer
tersburg, a 'week;'' or ten days more may elapse' be
fore tie acceptance or rejection of it"can"be known
here.','
The London- Ti-nerstates its own impressions as
. to "the course of policy which Russia will pursue in
case she' rejects the terms stated in tbe above ex
tract from it It presents its views as follows:
.. 'Supposing that the dispute is not speedily -settled
on' tho terms suggested, it is-easy to foresee
w.hat'the .-policy of- Russia will be. Her object.wjl!
be to protract-as much as possible the present sus-
'peiise: t"6 exhaust the resources of Turkey by keep-
' mgiier ina state of "alarm and of -military prepara
tion 'far oeyond her. mean-:, to reach it possible,
(hat season of the year when .the. allied fleets of T
prance and 'Jitiglanu can-no longer hold tneiran
"ciidrage olT Tetivdoj, and .when the Baltic's alto
gctlier inaccessible; and finally, to occupy the prm-,ci)alitics5ti"&uc!i,-!itrengtlp
during the next autumn
and winter that she may be enableJ'to advance-beyond
thu Danube with irresistible power inthe
spring."'- .-
To me the jirobabilities seem strongly to prepon
derate tuatjiRassia .will rejecTthe terms proposed;
if she,does,(War.is'witli herJilrtiady a foregone con
clusion. .
.But there is ono condition which tobjfns largely
In the present statu of European affairs, aud which
"demands of ,us a decided policy at once. And that
is, that whatever call there "may he from Europe to
us to intervene in favor of any of the powers or
communities, we should promptly answer in the.ne
gative. We have enough tQ do to take care of our
own continent, and in it, and its -adjacent seas, we
.can most successfully fight the battles of freedom.'
Let us not suffer our sympathies to jnlslead our
judgment. We have Sample room and verge
enough" within the, territorial extent of North and
South Ar-rencalor.ojir ownjoperations and increase
and"the ab5orbtidn of European efforts in their
own conflicts will"afibrd an epportunity for us to do
without jrvjilestation, whatever.it may be lawful,
just,'and.merciful 'to do on this continent
- Tlie t'oryperibdical from which I quoted in my
lastjSajgin its'.Tune number, -The protectorate of
thaWallachiari' iiiitl -Moldavian provinces by Rus-staj-andrtlieir
possession In, the firstshaking of the
Luslaury,Is as regular a conception in the Russian
lieartt'al' its" daily bread, and the seizure of the
provinces bordering on Austria is regarded as a kind
of-po!itical necessity ,r Again, further on it re
marks, Foron Syria muitdejiend, in a greatmeas-
.i. .r r.,i:.,. i
u.u, u.c .utly i "iuWU v-uuc, ..uau.c
.,j- 1 troopiTintq, tlie mnuue proviaces ns iiisku
power in possession of the Euplirates, and the roadJ'curred previonsto detection, and the eiwt of icturuingthe
. . - 1 .1 1J ! t . ...! P. .1 .1. .7
through the Hesert, would soon cut off the route
through Egypt, and reduce us to the circuit of the
Cape once more'
This writer is even dhbioU3 of the military decay J
of Turkey, a conclusion in which I can by no means
agree with Iiiin. There must be, Iu case of war,
European troops to help, and European .officers to
lead in tlie campaign, or Turkey will be speedily
vanquished. Two-thirds of ten millions of Greeks,
inhabiting the Empire, and by religion strongly
sympathising with Russia, is also a force on which
Russia calculates. - "
Thus the strong probabilities are that Russia will
hold' on to the occupation of the Danubiau provin
ces, which have been already entered by her-troop3,
and that negotiation will be exhausted witlimthe
- next three months, and may have been unsuccess
fully ended ere the present moment.
Sulpicics.
"Dk. John- Shelby, W. B Suapaiu):
Otntlanen: The managers "of the Protestant Orphan Asy-lumbeg-lea
veto tender you their deep hnd -abiding sense
ofobh'gationforthe sum of seven and thirty.dolirs, con-
tribute J by yourselves and other gentlemen of Nashville,
for the purpose'of cancelling the balance" Of the debt due
'from us for the purchase of a house aud lot for the "home of
our orphans. Truly auspicious is tlie boon, relieving us of
the burthen of indebtedness; and' being coincident "with an
other timely addition to our resources from the Couuty
Court, has furnished a jubilee in our hearts. Our gratitude
is still deeper that it has brightened the prospect of tliat.de
sirablo period wheu we trust it will not be necessary to ob
trude ourselves often ou ine sympathies of our kind friends.
Fully assurrcd that no expression of our feeling can equal
the rich, reward of your own reflections, we here offer you
bur cordial wishes that every blessing may bo dispensed fo
you from the Father cf the Orphan.
The managers also tender their thanks to those gentle
men who have gratuitously aided in buildirg an addition
to theirhouse. Should the names of any contributor be
emitted iu the following lisf, they will consider themselves
included in our grateful feelings,, and si'ncei wishes that
success may attend our kfnd benefactors iu all' iheir enter
prises. We congratulate ourselves, that-we have found
friends so.disinterested;"ana that our field ot" usefulness is
widened by being thus furnished with ample twin fo khel
ter tho houseless child or want
.Messrs St Speecc, MurrelL mid Holt Bricknukers.
Jlessrs Samuel Wad-ins and Isaac Paul Bricklayers.
Messrs Vcnoif, Spain, Hughes, Warren, Randall,' Simp
son, McCaun and Samuels Carpenters- .
Mr R S fc'leming Painter. '
Fall i Cunningbam.'Horton A-Macy, .and;Sara..'Seay
Hardware.
Stretch, Wells, Hendersliof, and Currey. Faints, oils,
glass, Ac
Hurt and Stockel Plasterers.
Klaggs A Gorbcy Wall Paper.
It is proper to remark thaTDr R Martin and Mr Ellis have
contributed sums of ironcy at various times towards the
couipk) ion.of the budding.
CATHRINE STEWART,
Nashville, Aug. -C.
Secretary.
JlAnrso Lir of BLibit. An -attorney; about
toYurnjshabillofcosts, vas requested by his client,
abak-'tomakeitaslight ashecould." "All!"
-replied tho' attorney, " that's what you may say
to your foreman, hut'it'a not the way I make my
bread."
Gwr biMli'uJirery.W was Ue'
WittuHM a whnkloySiere $
The rose Kd -lily Once had bloowed
When fyotjoginoi-rirastlicr
And often fromlier dim old cjes
,Me tbewtt tfeeie fell trWw
upon iter KJiuui-K i"'t "T'ir'rt r - t 1
And oil ber bosom beared a sign, , ,
Phj wntrhfi tha liltlft fni3 at nlar.
SWknew'lhaicin'icriiiK "arcs would come
t:4 Tlirlife-'heartsVerei hiiiJdimr high; ,
Skehad been Jouog; and.chil.dfBa'dear
KKacilIImI hroivn txoif crept'
' . Behind' her chair to "bide and aeek;" .
5fo wonder tfiat-sue wept; - -,. t
For they-wero. dcad;-,.and these- brought bacfc, ' ..
Jbetoemoryofiheirloae, . "' '
at And arew innse ears w av.ua iuo mcr j u, j
1U ftMlAW.
SfOJOrET-Tti A LAD t ,VJEaafNG.
V 1
Kay,- da not weep e'en from my-boyhood'a vra.
J ahravs loted a pretty woiiimi 4 Kje .
like my toast,,! luucli prefer it.tlry,
And ioU like concert beuche?, all .iirc !
A handsome, woman don'i look-vers, bad-. -'"'(UoIiksSue
-'awhsl'when fchc unliilyleeplntr-
llm,1onregQJIu4cealai3yiveepin
liq'uiiocndueblodriTealorerniad' - V
' - bieh's are deliciou-, and Ilore thea'l best
"tt'hou -breaitied JjeneaUi tlie IrrStfng tree to proje;
Theacred fervor of a-youthful loveH-T su; ,
"" Theygeudyjieaeageiitl -naideiVs breilst;
' Uut nnen with streluiiug tears a.wouun crie-, . . ;
1 (eel like myiiig'".I.'are!-t,,iif,youreyea!'
- - - -- avoulT) xovi ;
- ,.' ' .Baby crowing on your knee, ..',. . '
While yousiuj; some lilUe"3i((y,' ' '
Pnlt Jbiir hair or thumbs your."ee," v
Would you think, it wasn't pretty?
Tell ulecpuld-youj . ' "
Ifyou owned "die baby," would yob?. - t
Wife.wilh.annahoutyourrieek;" -
, z .Says you look just like the baby--r-j-
'i Wants some cash to make a "spec," ' -
. . And you would refuse ber maybe ' . -,
' , Could you? should you?
' . .-. " If you owned "the woInan,-roula you?-
;. LitUe labor, little strife, 1 . ,
'3"' ' Little care, and little cot;
, Would you sigh for single life?
Would you murmur at yora- Io(? -,
-.''!-' Tel! me, shoi-,1.1 .you?
" ' , "Ityou owned "the cottage," would you?
' '
f Health and comforts, .children fair, '
w"-- Wife to meet yon at ihe door,
r Fond hearts throbbing fur vou there;
v - Tell me, would you ask for more?
. ISliould you? conld you?
Ifyou owued "the re-dy," would jou?
LAND FOR SAL1".1 offer for -ale the tract of
Umd on which I reside, lying- on Cumberland Hirer
at the mouth.of Sycamore, in Davidson County, coutitimng
517 acres, alarge portion of which, U river and creek bot
tom land of superior quality and finely timbered. There is
about 33 acres cleared and good improvements. 1 will
-also sell the crop of Com and Oatu, with a utock of llogs.
Cattle. Cordwoou, Fariiiing Utensils, Ac Aiv.
For terms, apply to the undersigned on the premises, or
to A. STEVE.NV, at W. II. Calhoun's, I'nblicSqoare.Xash
vill. Jl C Post Office is Bellshurg, llixnn conntv, Tenn.
Aiisnst 6-dAw2v CHAHU"S SYiiES.
LouiiTillt! Journal will please copy to the amout of $5, aW
forward account to thUolIice.
STnAYrlIICKIAX CODXT V.-Takcn up by Sr L
Fowlks, living i Hickman county, Tenn., and m-I)is-"trictJfoS,
a Mare MuleaToout 15 hands high, of a black
color, has a small nhite spot on the right ide,rtne spots on
tho felionlders, supjioed to be made by the collars, has the
appearanceof hiving tlie s-euner, Joii; mane" .and tale, sup
pojcJ tobeaboutl4vearffloId.pppraU.e(l on tlie lltll .July,
mai, at $2X
It DEEX, Hanger,
CATOOSA SPRINt.S, GKOItUIA.
Tttentyjice mti4 ram VhaUatxyya and Ucaytiilu from Ve
STATE BAIL KOAD..
tnu Jl. GKANU FASC.V UALL will be given Taf
t,i nVTflllSt nil Hip lo.l, nf A,,,. rliVi
jj-r Fifty persons in cotume are expected zrjt
fiom Nashville.
Nashville. , aug5 if.'
DESIRABLE COUNTRY RF.3IBSKCE FOE. SALE.
I WISH fodispose of my Farm on Mill Creek, 4 qgg
miles from "S'aShville, about 40nd.t fnnn the .Mnr-"j
freesborft' Turnpike, adjoining the lands of llirdwcll
Caldwell, Jfir.ervu aud Franklin Colleges, containing about
60 acres about 10 acres in wood, and the balance undercut'
tivation with as good i.rcliards as theieare ill the State, con
sisting of peaches, apples, pears, grapes, plumbs, i
in mnit
variety: two never
failing spring-; ana several cl
chalybeate
springs. The improvements are vj.ry- fair consisting of a
good frame house, with porch 20 feet front; one good" brick
house, smokehouse, kitchen, glables, crib.t, Ac The iircht
ard, by close attention, would yield from $80 io f50 year
ly.os the fruit is of the choicest kind. My'cnly leafon for
wishing to dispose of it is my intention to change my loca
tion and business. I will dispose of my stock and furniture
to any perron wishing lo purchase the said Jhrm. Terms
accommodating. Title indisputable. For further particu
lars enquire of L. JIOSl",
angt yq 19 College st.
NASHVILLE MALE SEHINAEY.
No. 19, Specce Stckct.
rryiE next session of this Classical Matbamatical .and
JL -English Institution will commence on Thursday, the
The Philosophical and Chemical apparatus has been in
creased, and a considerable addition is now making to the
building, which will be "finished in due time, and will add
much to the convenience of the Institution.
Thankful for the past confidence of the "public, the un
dersigned will endeavor to merit n continuance ofjtbyan
ussidious devotion to the moral and intellectual improve
ment of the pupils commuted lo their care
Boarding pupils will be received into the family cf tbe
PrincipJ, NATH7. CUOP"S-
N. DAVISON CROSS.
jy3l J. DOUGIASS UKQ5&
CAUTION TO GINN'UItS OF COTTON.
flPIIE untfersiened dealers in and -maiiufkcturers of Cot-
JL ton, herebv-give notice to all j-sons oflcring Cottou to
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that i
the samples drawn from the edges of tlie bale will fairly rep- j
resent the quality and condition of the 'whole bale; other-
wise thev will-claim, from the seller or owner, as damages, i
the difference between the actual worth at the time the fact f
r, ,rtain,.t inJ ..... or,-.,;nui will, all exx,e in
cotton should it be retunieiL,'" And furthermore, that we
will whenever a balruble case of fraud in nark'usr coliua-is,
defected. canc tlie same to be -published in the pirs of j
this city, with the names of the seller, owner and giuner. f--Theundersigned
are compelled to this conrseby thefre- j
-,quent eases of'fraud delected in trarmd iiMy packing j
cotton resulting frequently in heavy losses, to. the bwncr,
. and will if continued, lower the ch.u-acter of Nashville Cor-
ton, aud tberebv injure those who pack, cottonhouestly. 1
' 'ANDREW ALLISON, Agent, . j
Irtin. JliUiniaClnnng Co., lhannn. I
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO.,
Of Srcumurc Mills. ;
JOHNSON A W1"AVEU.
J. A R. TEATMAN. ,
DEEUY BROTHERS, -
Alisonia Manufaclurihg Co.
WM. B. ARMISTEAD A CO.
A. HAMILTON.
JOHNSON A SMITH.
GEORGE CROCKETT.. '
JOHNSON, H0KNE A CO.v
J, A. Mc A LISTER d- CO..
P. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
augt-rtwAwSm.
Ill LIAS EltCHANGE.
South Side Public Square.
XiisJiciVe, Tttiieut.
THIS well known and public place of resort isnow.sel--ting
extra fine LUNCHES every day at 10 o'clock, and
? a past nine at night, well furnished with Sweet Milk and
reaches, and fine refreshments, savMilk, Punch Ejrgnoffrs,
-Julips,- Cobblers, Pum-hes. Ac- This establisliment wiU-l.-e
ept open, from -and after Tuesday night, 2d day-of Angusl,
for the accominodatiou of those running late at night with
something" fine to eat and drink at all hours ofthedayor
night- U. L. DAVIS,
augS lm. Agenf.
TIIOUOS nODGE. XELSO.I WOiKER.
HODGE & WALlCEIt.
Barbers, Hair-Drjssers, &c, Ac.,
Au. 18, Cedar tirtet.
HAVE opened their new establishment, and offer fo their
customers and the public in general inducements nev
er before offered in this city. Having newly fitted up our
house, we feel confident that all who give us a call will
leave well satisfied. Iu addition to Barbering, Huir-Press-ing,
Ac, we have large, commodious and neatly furnished
Ba!h;Rooms. These are the finest in the cityj and as fo '
convenience and comfort, cannot be surpassed in the coun
try. While passing, gentlemen and patrons, just step in
and sec with what magic we "make tlie hair fly," and what
a salutary effect our pure water lias upon a wearied and
coite body. augS tf.
N ECHOES FOR SALE AT AUCTION. We
will sell at auction in the Court- House yard, on Satur
day next, 6th inst, at 11 o'clock, four Likely Negro MSw
ajjaywer, a tv.igorier, and two' first rate fariji hands, if
not eold privately before that time
- aug2 td DABBS A PORTER", Agents.
THE HAZARD FO'W-
- DER COUlPAiW,
Of HaiardvLUc, Connecticut.
A..C BAZi.RO. PBES'.
E. nOCGLASS, SEC'r.
CONTINUE to ?iimih Gun Powder of all their wall-
known brands, Kntaelij liijk Amtriaia iyportiity
tctia tnuriutw
Myie in Kegs, halt sua quarter Kegs
Riid nirnitvr I
of one xndeac 'Also. a fuassortaeut7f PVWder for i
BLASTIN .1ND 3HNING
purposes. The reputation of their Gun Ppwder is foo well 1
known to require comment All orders promptly filled at r
my Powder 2)tjxt, Northeast corner of the Square. 1
a H. LOOMIS, Ag't for tlie IL P. Co,
tug2-tf
Nashville, Tenn.
$25 DOLLARS REWARD.
Q TOLEN from me this moruing, a Uver colored t
Pointer Dor. named SPORT, said dogis
crood size, has four white feet has some white ini
the forehead and white breast The aboTe dog is well
known throughout tlie city, and I will give the abnvereward
for dog and thief, or f0 for the thief, and S5 to" any one
that will bring me tb dog. II. EDWARTw,
sugl 3t No. 03, Cherry street.
Agin decfanMPtuat drunKenws )k a disease, oep.WHt-
ted a truih which tho experienco and obserAtion of jnedi-
pynen is fcreday cooErmmg. Tno many apparently f
Iu5n6eic6scOTof those who indulge in tbe use of spirit-
W lL,, h Jh, aMonnf Al for. Tl 1 causa of
dUessed state othLirer, Nqorga,n m the linraan sts-
tojruifb'en.'dflsaWAl. 6rodace a;rire friirhtful catalogue
of-diseascs. And W, insteid i annltina remedies to
I I.' . . , .1 . ? V. 1 1 - - .. . 1 I
-cause, fewer-duaths wixfld Vesnlt froul diseases induced By
a'derifiga'iutedt Jhe lii'er.' lliree.fourth of th; dls-
eases enumerated under he b$ul of Consumption, nave ueir
teat in diseased liiter. - (See Dr. (Iruiu's-great works.)P;
' JMl!6i-'jJhfUAtCbitrMc(tii, a.nA'genr
raljrrlfttUrily inAhi actum r (tte HjirlJraib diseases ori
ginating ircthe saaie jtroliSocaase, as is also that di-eadful
scourge TiX3Pllpsi.J Ttose wba are aflllcted with any
of tlie above ennaicraied -diseases, -may rest'assured that he,
source of tholrrtnaJadies -rthe'Lfver; Siid for iU correction,
. tbC bwt remedy ever oK-retijo the public is Dr. M'Lanes'
celebrated Liver Pill, for- the cure of HepatU, or Liver Com
plaint. ' ' -
I5"For sale at,air he principal Drug Stores in Nashville
and Vicinity. " ' " ' -
ISat.,K, A Jfintcle at Dundccj JI1. Bead the
"following letter from A S Holla-fere, Esj':J-"A few weeks
Since, a man iu pur village suffered with a severe atlacjt Di
iFieuro'atrsiiijtand was inconstaut pain for two days. K. it.
It. was recouunended and applied. In less thau two hours
he-was freefttim pain, and'enjbyinjra:pleaant sleep For
all pains we'find il an" instant remedy. It cures siefc 1 ad
ache, neiiFnlgia dyseiitcry, chills and fever, and all- other
complaints put down in tbe adverti samenl. Our physicians
see it,' and endorse its qnick and valuable proprieties.
AS HOLLTSTEI's Dundee, Cook Co., llll
N B.ItADWAl"rf Ready Itshef cures, the lame, stiff.
jo"ntpd, rheumatic, aud neuralgic sufferers. It instantly
stops pant.
Every day we receive infelligcnce of the quick efficacy of
R. IC Belief, in stopping pain and removing its cause; It
.cures Rheumatism and Diarrha;. It cures Neuralgia and
Chill Fever. It cures Cholera allays Croops and Spasms,
Sick Head-Ache and Tooth-Ache. H neutralizes poisons and
acids, renders malaria harmless, infuses health and life in to
the cold and chilly blood. It refreshes and invigorates. It
acts upon the nervous system, rendering the nerves strong
and Iron proof against disease. We do not claim that It.
B, belief wilf cure all complaints; it Is prepared to cure
certain diseases arising from irritating causes, all Rheumat
ic, "Neuralgic, Nervous, and 31alarious Diseases, all acute'
pains. It will instantly .stop and quickly remove its'cause.
ForDiscases arising from BAD BLOOD.
It. R. "R. No. 2. Foul and Corrupt Ilnmors, thick,
and Bad Blood, Sores of all Units, Salt lllieum, Scrofula, St.
Yitus's" Dance, Chronic, Diseases, aud all diseased de'positcs;
are quickly removed by the use of lladway s' Renovating
Resolvent. It is powerful, searching, and pleasant, and one
dozen wili produce a wonderful effect. It is a certain cure
for all humors. Price. $1. KADVVAY A CO., 162, Fulton
.street, opposite St. Paul's. ' aug?-4w.j V
Important to Planters. The following letter was
jWritteti by agenlleman Well known to us, and , its contents
areof importaacejoall luring the care of plantations.- '
New Obleaxs, Jaa8,l&53.
X'asrt. B: A. FtihnftUti CO., PitiAurg,
igESTLiaii-,- In codversatioa u few dam since with a.
frVnd, speaking of the increasiug demand Tor j our justly
celebrated Vermifuge, he informed melha.t a friend othis.ii
planter well known in tlie Altakapos, had told him that
since he liadcomnienccd using your Vcnnifugeh(! had saved
several "negiis every year. Among the young uegroes ou
his large pluntation, he used to lo-"e from -fifteen to twenty
yeariv. Koir, lie suys, since lie has begun administering
tour ennitugc, tlie deauu amongst tlie young teliovrs are
reduced wore tlmn fifty jier cent. This acknon leilgrucnt,
, coming from such a respectable source, is very stiong pi oof
nllue eluolcy ul your remeuy, not only inalleriatiognuller
ing, but in saviuglife. 1 uieiltiou the fact as I heard it, for
your encouragement. Very truly yours, Ac
inild wholesale and retail by all the principal dmggisU aud
coonlrj- nurchants throughout tht Uiiiteil States.
From South America. The following letter will
show that Earthquakes 'and'jCrril Wars', are not all the ca
lamities they havo to -provide against in tliat quarter 6f,the
world.' -"Diseases incidental to pur own clfmafe, also find
tlieir waythcre, as will be seen by the remedy they seek for
protection. - ' ' '
Vau-aiuiso, Ciiiu, S- A'julydo, 1$43.
Dun Sik We have the pleasure to reporton your ship-
ment of Cherry reclonu to our uoiuse, the wlujle qiuulity
sftld, and a pre-wmg demand 'for more, whicli must await
the arrival of further supplies. It HKetts in euriM'j iw
(isei of tie Ixnyt, uul its wiwvitnt 'uttoritty, iu ejrttliJ
iCvy tillcin tee,- ut&l in tlii c-niniri. Most ot our reme
dies here are imported' fro-n England, and some ot them are
rich aud valuable; but no product of medical skill from that
or ami other quarter has ever wou so fully the confidence
of our jKipulation as tins beautiful preparation of yonrs.
The article has attracted pnrticular attention among our
mpildUiihfiiislud cilutM, from the fact that lien. Untiles"
President of the Republic, aud thtthighett otlicerin the stale,
was cured of a Severe and dangerous affection of the longs,
br its use. lie allows us to send his name, and wUhus to
add the acknowledgments orgratilude for his relief.
We hare the honor to be, sir.
Very respectfully,
"Your obedient fervant,
Cshxos Altaiu-z A Co. -
JTLANE'3 ViaillFDGE. ANOTHER MEDICAL WEtt
NESS.
It is no small evidence of the intrinsic value nf .this grea-,
Vermifuge, when e en. -physicians, who are generally pre
judiced ii-jait patent medicines, voluntarily come foma'rd
and testify to its triumphant success in expelling.worms.
Read the following:
IUkkisonvillk, Shelby Co. Ky. April 2, W0.
J. Kidii A Co. I am a practising physica-i, residing per
manently iu this place. In theyear l"S43, when n resident of
the State of JIU nori, I becanie"actuinted with the superior
virtues of Dr. JI'LiiieV Vermifuge. At sonif more leisure
moment, will semi yna the result of an experiment I made
with one vial, in expelling upwards of Vyl wortns.-
ang.J L. CAUTEB, M. D.
T5EP03TANT 10 SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permaneully located in Nasitville,
rcspectfnllyHenders his services to tlie sutTering public
ikrovh, tter,Cat)tri, Tttter and lilaj V3rrxr treated
rt 'a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective,tlieir Use beingattemled with, no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, reipiiring no restrictions or hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
that he has settled in yonr midst, not for tho purpose ofhum
bugging or imposing upon yon but f o relieve those who may
he suffering with diseases which are destroying by piece
ceatmauy ofyrdeserving anduseful citizens;
GUATEt STKICrUItl-S,
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under.
stood and successfully tre-JTed by Dr. 31.
To those who. may doubt the Doctor's skill in jbe healing
c:t,be would respectfully propose that they bring forward s
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst tliatthey
con conveniently find,and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M.-will then give his obligations to furnish such medicines
aV may be necessary, and in such quantities from, time to
time as the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef-
leciod, positively no lee win be received, ami if no rtluj tt
clldin&l.frvmiKe ute'vfOie ttJu:ine4, no chirge vhatttvr
mill la midef'r adcite or nudicinre.
The attention of masters and owners of servants is pat
ticularly.invited to the above.' Those having servants .af
flicted with Scrofuli, Gractl, stiffness or soreness of the
limbs and joints, would find it to tlieiradvantajcto consult
Dr.-M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines. .
Charges reasonable
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All communicatiuus from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars, willjtie promptly attended to.
- DR.-W.IL MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Prelection Insurance Office,-Cedar st,
near Post Office. Nashville, Tenn. maylS diwSin.
y , , i
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t.-A-DEl: D. STEVEXSOS. i HOB CUT L. WHITE
STEVENSON & WHITE.
' Ar.59, College slrett. "
HAVE on band a large and desirab'e stock of STAPLE
AND FANCY. DRY L'OODS, which they will iell
very cheap for casTSiri order fo'ieducc their stock beftire
thoy leceive tlieirFall purchases. All of you wlio like good
bargains' give them a- call. aug4
WE have On hand a large aud beautiful stock of Ladies
DRESS GOODS, jsuchas plain, checked and hro
. cade Silks; Silk Robes Be'rages and Bcruge Robes; and a
! Luye lotof beautiful French Muslius, all of which will be
j sold extremely low for cash by
aug &lr.Vli-SU .A WHITE.
-U-ttENCII NEEDLE V.OnXS.E'ENSON
JO A WHITE haVejust receivVl a very largo stick, of (
Vr.n, Jt TCnn.ila w'n.t-j ., ...it . oi ,v. Vn.?
)...u.,vbwv r .uvu, UUIMI, .tCCf ,.UUU,1CU9
Handkerchiefs, Edgings, Insertings, Ribbons, Ac, which
tliey are selling at very reduced prices for cash augt.
-fTOUSE-FUItNISinNC' GOODS. We havejust
- . . t ... ... . .- , ,
rewivcaa large, siocit u j-amosE, uueu nueeis aim ;
YSSSS. J1XmA,i?J
Linen Napkins aud Danmsk Towels, which will be sold very
lowiorcasnDy aug si' .-tbU". w Jill is.
,r " . ... ..
Z. ENTLEoIEN'S rUItNISIIING GOODS
VJT All you who wish to purchase Clollis, Cassimeies,
VestiDM, Linens, Patent Shirts. Linen and DrilfinrDraw
j ers, Ilalf-Uose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Clot cs and
Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A WHITES, No. 5V, Col
i lege street, for they are selling off very low for Cas h, in or-
aer tomaxe room loriueir rail StocE. augl.
a rfniiinwrn'n i rrmr tt?jt? ta Tjtti -n-Dx-iefia
AX ummuus will leave UallaUn for the m
above Springs every Tuesdar and Fii-.?
day, immediately on the arrival of the-mail coach from Nash
ville. J-are moderato. ji'or passage, at
at either of the
-ueis iu uauaun. jt.
S BATEMAN.
ja'yaa-dljr.
mooK$, kg. v
A
, Hk- ST & v
i 44, Onj, i:. . .
IWiMJxwoni'j'-
i Or ibo HHtorv of thaBonaparle Family, By the Berkeley
1 1 abore is ine may t p j
' UtUVBoBatUrU FamUr nohllsbed. '
! " We tbant a History of Firesides" WessTEE.
Jlome 'tife in. Crmdni,
. Bv Charles L, Brace. - ,
Mayhea ou Popular Education.
., A Treaties on Popular Education : for the Use of Parents
- and foryoung Peopla of both Se"ces Printed" and Pub-.
Hshed iu accordance' with a Resolution of the
aodrjouseof llepresentatives ottha" Stafeof Michigan.
By Ira May hew, lafe.Superintcndant-.of Public In3truc-tioOS.-
White lied, Black,- " '
Sketches" of American Society iri the United States, during
the visit or Uieif . fiuesU. By Francis and; Theresa.
PuVjzky. " - . T
ThtiXneJJoat; : , . ''- : - .
Or, Glimpses-of the Land of Egyptj By W. II. BartletL
Illustrated wjlh a fineSfeel EDgravin, and numerous
Woud-Cufs.' MuJin'gilteilge. . ' .
JlisUSry.of the Conipttslof Mexico J -
z. -WitS Jlie Life: oT tha Conqueror, Hernando COTtej.-arid
' aTieVoCtheAccientJIc-itcari'Civilization. By AVUIiam
H-Prescott. WithPertraitsand MapA, S-toLs. 8vo.
NEW, BOOKS!
MEMORIALS AND CORRESPONDENCE of Cliarles
Jarnrs Fox. Edited by the Rf. Hou. Lord John RibselI.
P, 2 vols cloth.
DR. GR.VST AND THE MOUNTAIN' NESTORIANS,
By Iter. Thorns Ijuirie. Surviving- associate in that mis-'
sion. With Pqitnuf.Map.of. the country,,lllustratiori?, cK
.1 vol cloth. . ' .
BABYLON AND5INEVAH; di-coverie among the ruins,
. By "Austen U. Layard, 5f. P. Cheap Edition.
GRAHAM'S MAGAZINE FOB AUGDSTTs amngniacent
No. Just received by. F. H AGAN.
' MEDICAL BOOKS
A Large and General assortment of1 Text and other Mis
cellaneous Medical' Books. Just received" and for sale at
eastern prices by F HAGAN,
- SCHOOL BOOKS.
A Large' Stock iu Store and for sale by
aug-t " '
F. HAGAN.
, MAGAZINES.
HajpT's.Putuam'e.Godeys and GrahainX'for Angust.
Just.receivedby ang3- T. HAGAN.
JIODERN FLIRTATIONS,-A Novxty by CUtliarine- Sin
clair author of "Beatrice ,-. .
HARRY" ASHT0N, ok, TueAVili. and the Wat, by the
-author ot -Minnie.Giey.' -JGus Howard," Ac.
All for sale b v Fjuly.i 1) F. HAGAN.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE;
Or, Dictionary of the Bible, Theology, Religious Biography,
AH Religions, EccJesiasticatHistory and Missions.
Containing definitions of all religious terms; an impartial
account of the principal christian denominations that have
existed iu ifie world from the bii th of Christ to tho present
dayWiththeir Doctrmes, Religious Bites and Ceremonies,
as well as those of the Jews, Mahomedans, and Heathen
Nations; togclherwith manncrs"and customsof tbe East, il
lustrative of the Holy Scriptures, with a description of tlus
various Missionary Stations throu ;hout 1he Globe, just
phrjished. Forsaleby jun!4 JOHN YORK A-CO.
A Presbyterian Clergyman Looking for the Church. .
-.efulluwers of Christ. ByTlios.A. Kempis;
Tales of the Sttcrainent;. '
- The Livesof Ihe Fathers of the Desert;
Tlie'EIeratiou of the Soalfo God ;
The Life -of the Blessed Virgm'Mary; -. .
The Spirit of Prayer-A Manual of Catholic Devotion;
The Key toJIcaven; or,MauualgfPra-er;
Tbe Golden Manual; or, a Guide to Catholic Devotion;
Tbe UrsulinitManual. revised edition. -' '- -
Forsaleby junl4 JOHN YORK A CO.
- Webster's Speeches, complete" in six volumes
Clay's Life and Speeches;
Life and Letters of Joseph Story. "
Legare's Works; .
Prescott's Conquest of Mexico;
l'rescptt's Conquest of Peru;
Prescottts Ferdinand and Isabella;
Prescott's Critical and Miscellaneous Essays;
"Bancroft's History of the United States;
Webster's Octavo" and Quarto Dictionaries. For sale by
junli JOHN YORK ACQ.
- UAltPER'S MAGAZINE FOR AUGUST., Just received
by faugi JOHN YORK A CO
HAGAN has received Putnam's Monthly for Angast
aug2. IUIiT. 1IO.S03IED SHIUTS. We luvejiut re
. cetved another supdy of these intieh admired Shirts.
, Also a lot of French embroidered Shirts. .For sale bv
-JulySrt . MYERS AJIcGIlX
SOriirLEAtlIEItTKlfNKsV--We-fiafe yet on
lund a few elegant Sole Leather Trunks, which we
will sell low1 to make room for our Fall shnit.
julyiG JIYERSJj McGILU
CTavzeVm arino and sixTkvniTlisle
X Thread Underwear at reduced prii-es.
jul.v26 MYERS A McOlLU
BESSEL'S NEEDLES The hestarticlein use.
Forsaleby - . MYERS A Met, ILL.
Geuts" Furnishing Store, 56 CIIegp street, near the Square.
BAY It L 31. Just receiied a lotof Bar Rum, best
qiw'itr. Forsaleby - MYERSAMctHIJ
Admiration Excited and Popularity
Achieved. .
TIH-elegance and beanty of tie Spring Fashion of flATS
at the
Ha t Emporium,
OfPRANClSCOVWHITJtAS.hacoxclle.t the litlUsl evi
dence of approbation from those wnoselaita. experience and
Jailcmont.euablejthem to appreciate tU merits.
II jou are an aJmtrerof a
llUAUTirCli HAT,
call and examine It.
FKXCIRCO & "WHITMAN are itlll atNo.23,PWie Square,
next door to the old stand of JI'.Nalr & Hamilton, where
they are alwaj ready to terre all, biz ami lmla, -old and
young, who are. In quest of soinetbln; to ornemrnt Ihe head.
FKAXCISCO A WHITMAN,
m.7. So. S3. Public F a re.
ouit vEATii.A'rjio n'iii'ruiiucK.yjibti-1
TAIN HKA"EI11IAX".
wb are now making a superior ar
ticle of the Kocky MoanUIn Silrer
Beav6r. We ventilate theov to keep
the Head tool and prevent the Hair
from falling off lo hot weather. To
those who wish an elegant Beaver,
please call and leave )our orders at
tue ti r.iniorium or i
nistT ITo. 23. Poblie Sqaira. t
We Iiixvk uoiv Heady for Hihibilioii.
-mm i
- H.
UUMi-uiii H oriroiti or cdii-
Turbcc
roccs.rJOTsnainiuer ""ap, ana eve-
J . . . ..- 1
rvi
thlbfaney for the Juveniles, at tbe
l?nt v Hat Store of
FRANCISCO
' Hat Store Ot !
FKAXCISCO & "WHITMAN, I
maj? No. S3, Public "Square.
Mtru-iv Ilt.
PANAMA, Leghnro. Klacfc Leghorn, Carapea mm
chy. Cauton, Union, Florida, Straw, Hoy Pedal H
Braid.and everr varUty or Straw Hats for th mm
Summerw.ear.at FKANCISCO & WHrTJIAN"S.
may7 No. S3 Public Square
HAT AND CAP STORE.
rpH A5KFUL to our friends and the public in gen
al erjl, fbrthe patronage thus far extended to us, JF
we. respectfuily solicit a continuation nf die some, and
invite their attention to the elegant Spring style of SILK
HATS, of our own mauufacture, which, in quality and beau
ty cannot be surpassed by1 any in this citr. Purchasers will
do-well to examine their Hats before buving etsewhere
LANDE, EIjSBACK A CO,
Hat and Cup Manufacturers, Market street, Nashville
; Tennessee. Lap--.
I I UnT received a large supply of high aud low crown
f ' z) Men's and Boya Fur Hats, Cassimere do, Peaxido,
fr1. ,en? ao,dl
Metropolitan do.,
sale orretau. on Ii
whicli we are enabled to sell either whole
sale orretaiL on most favorable terms,
aprila LANDE. ELSBACK A CO.
TUST received a well assorted stock of STRAW GOODS,
comprising a large rarietr of Panama. Lea-horn. Pedale
aod J'alru Leaf. Ac for Men and Dors, which will be dis-
... - . - . . - -
puseaoi
I of at an extremely low rate.
fE2i
t a i.A. UE, til-S U AC S. & CO .
WB hare now on hand a very fine and extensive Stock
of Ready made SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTH
ING, cut and made up in the latest and most approved
style, among which can-he found. Coats, Pants and Vests, of
every description. All of which we can sell at satisfactory
prices.
Iif"Cpuntry Merchants will find it to their interest to
call on us, as we are determined tq sell at small profits.
LANDE, ELSBACK A CO,
ap2 No. 4?, Market street, Nashville. Teno.
N6TTCE.-The Stockholders of the Nashville and
Northwejtern Railroad Company are requested to meet
at Nashville on the 1st Monday in Sept, 18.M, &r tha pur
pose of electing Board of Directors: a riffieiency of stocV
oaving been obtained to organize.
THOMAS HARDING,
july20 , Chainaan.
en's, lofant's.aDd LItUMis.v),'Slrair, ! out additional chary?, and will, after the present session,
Halr.and K raid Hat; Chiblrens' rpor- be required ofall, unless excused for Special reasons,
ttn-r and China. Pearl do; Mum Zarll- Th0 FRENCH is also tanght free of charge in the Fresh
na, PIcadillees and Blon.lB FUUllK i . ., o . ... . ... , . , fL, j ..
i -fljrrjrAJC K ATCTST.
irrV4Ul V,ltJAZrNBFOR ATJGTJ3T. Receivl
M II i I " tmtw
W. T. BEERY k. t
FAXXY YSX&.
W. T. BEJtRV- Co. have tSiitf ay receit
r.?B-Y0MFANNr3 FORT-FOLIO.
Ulustration
W. T. K4f C-ti. have alstrjilst received,
.Alexander Smitirs Poems.
'"Da Qomcey's Eii-ays'on tha Poet.
rje.Qainceys,Hfafcrical and Critical Essays.
Dc Oamcev'sLHe-axr BeminffceDces
"DR. WHARTON'S NEW B0OK1 Tfce New Oi
Sketch Book. By -SUbal," author of "Tha PortfU
Southeru MediealHtiideat" '
ECS3 BROWira YUSEF.
W. T. BERKT & CO., have jaiMt received
" YUSEF: A CRUSiVDE IN THE EAST. A Nanatil
Personal Adverdures and Novels In the Shares ol theJl
innnn.ii Asia M nor. Palestine and! Svria. With
nrtTOixs'engraTings.'
"Wit. raithoa and' uistruetioa art nil united in
spriehllypapers. Rarely. havpwe fi-rmd i4 a sing
UDie SO OlUVU U VlUltu. tA ...
Cfr . ,
W. T. B. tt Cot hnvo also jnst received -
k POPE-STIOMEIt'S HE.lD'Vith rtaxman-S. iUustrall
"1 B'ogWEEL'S JOHNSON; -iriuVMDat-at-ns.
HISS AUSTIN'S NOVELS, 5 r. calf
HALETTS' WORKS. It v. ca!C
ilAZLETTS LIFE 0 F "fAPOLEAN, 4v.
july22
OLD BOOKS-
VT. T. HERJIY & CO., "have recexulr receive
1. Richardson's Clarwsa Harlowe, 7 vo;
"2, Bichardson's PianeU,.4 toc.
4. Madame DC Serigoe Letters, I To;
t. Mvles Correrdales, Translarion of lEe Bible.
6. The Spectator, Tattler and Guardian 14 tos.
norocco, giU, 17!T. " J"" ft
NEW ENGLISH B00TS,
W. T. I1ERRV i CO. hnre jast receired-
THESAURU9 OF ENGLISH WORDS AND FHRA:
Classified and arranged so as to facilitate the 1
of Ideas, and assist in Literary Composition. ByFeter "
Roget Second edition revised and enlarged, Svo: clcil
2. NATIONAL CTCLOPJ3)L OF USEFUL KNOl
EDGE Being a Cyclop-edia of Alphabetical Beferenc
every subject of human inquiry, embracing: Ancient
Modern Literature. History. Civil and Ecclesiastical Chrj
ologv, Biography, Geography and Topography. Law
Government, Social Economy, Philosophy, Malbemaij
I Physical Science, Chemistry, geology and Mineralogy It
ogy. Botany, Med'cine, .Sin-gery and Antomy.Agncultij
Music In 12 vols. Bvo. half caU.
S. PICTORIAL SHAKSPE.VRE National Editii
HAKSPEARirS DRAMATIC WORKS AND POEMI-j
With a Biography, and Studies of his W wks. Br Chi j
KnieliW8 voU. Svo, fuSlaiL Tlie Text of tws talU-
printed in a dear and lieaotiful type xtendiog across
page. .Many hundred wood cuts illustrate the work, ami
each play a short critical notice is added.
4. B0SWELI.'S(JAMES)LIFEOF DR. SAMUEL JOll
SON Including tie Tour to the Hebrides, with Notes j
Sir W. Scott, Edited by the Right Hon. John Wilson (. n I
er. A new and cheap edition, thoroughly revised
much additional nutter. With portraits: royal 8vo; eh J
5. BYRON'S vLord) POETICAL WORKS, LIFE A i
LETTERS. By Thomas Moonr. Collected and ArrangJ
with Notes aud lUcstrations. Library Edition. Plates,
vols Foolscap Svo.
-6. LIFE AND WORKS OF ROBERT FSROUSOTil
Plates. 1 toI. Foolscap, Svo. Clotlu
7. MEMOIRS, JOURNAL, AND C0RRESPONDR"
OF THOMAS MOORE. Edited by Lord John Russe'.:, j
P. Vols. Ill, and IV, post 9vo. with Portraitsof Sir JJ
.Sfeyensoo. and Samnel Rogers, Esq.; and Vignettes hyl
Creswick, It. A, of the Meeting of the Waters, and Mo
Residence at Mavfield.
3. LYELLS (Sir Charles) MANUAL OF ELEilENl
RY GEOLOGY; or, the Ancient Change of the Earth ai
Its Inhabitants, as illustrated by Geological Monume
Fourth and entirelr revised edition. Illustrated with rnajj
plates and wood cuts.
9. LY"FXL'3(S"irCrharles) PRiNCIPIJ30FGE0L0Cl
or, the Modern Changes of the earth and its Inhabttail
considered ts Illustrative of Geology. Ninth and entlr
revised edition. Illustrated with Maps, Plates tod Wo
cuts.
10. IAMB'S (Charles)COMPLETE WORKS Latest 3
beot edition, besutifailr printed, half ralf.
II. COO"CS(Captain)TnREE VOYAGES ROUND Tlj
W0RU3, Illustrated with numerous Maps and Engravuil
2 vols.
12. BURKE'S (Edmund) WORKS AND CORRESPOl
DEXCE, a new edition in 3 vols.
FIELDING'S (Henry; WORKS, complete in one vjl
with ailemoirof the Author byTioscoe.
Ii. MACKINTOSH'S (Sir James) MISCELLANEOtl
WORKS, complete in 1 toI.
J. MlLNEirS (Dr. Thomas) GALLERY OP SATLKJ
A Pictorial and Descriptive Tour throngh. Creation, Ehl
trativeoC the. Wonders of Astronomy, Physical Geograpb
and Geology.
lS.JOUN.STON-3tArexanderKeim,.PHYSICALATLAj
OF NATURAL PHENOMENA, J vol. 4to.
.17. THE DRAJLATICAND POETICAL WORKS M
JOANNA BAILLIE, complete in ono vol.
15. THE NOVELS, PROSE AND POETiCAL WORK
OF SIR WALTER SCOTT. 98 vol.. ci-If
W.T. B. & Co. have also just received
WEBSTER'S (Daniel) COMPLETE WORKS, in GvalJ
:ew oeauiuiu copies.
10RE NEW BOOKS.
THE OLD FORREST RANGER, or Wild SporUil
India, by Ma'or. Walter CampbelL
KUI.AL tSSAlb by A J. Downing, witn amemoiri9
the Author, by George W. CurtK.
GRE.VT TRUTHS, by Great. Authors-, a Dictionary .
Aids to ueneciion, oy i mersoi all ages.
RURAL HOMES or Sketches of Houses suited to Ame.-I
ican Country life. Wheeler.
THE BEHAVIOR BOOK, aManual fur Young Ladiel
by Miss Leslie.
THE SUCCESSFUL MERCHANT, by William Arthur
Just received by CHARLES W. SMITH.
july 23 College street.
1ICE. 6 tierces fresh Rice. jirt received, and ur tali
A to py juiyrj jvuxzv, uuk.i& i. t. j
FANNY FERN'S NEVT BOOK."
FERN LEAVES by Fanny Fern. Xusl received by
julySS JOHN YORK A C3.
JUDGE IIAJilBirSTON'S HEW BOOK.
WI3E SAWS, and Other Tales by Sam Slick Jnst re J
ceived by ljnly2S JOILN YORK A CO
NASHVILLE LADIES' COLLEGE.
rrllE act to incoTDorate the Nashville ladies' Collnre
I passed Febniarr lSih. 1812: and confers ample lion
era fur all literary purpose, and atm the right to fill alii
Tauicie uint otvur iu mc omkuti oi a ruiee
Tlie course of studv adopted is similar to that adopt
in the best Colleges fur young gentlemen, but not so exien-j
give in the departments of LaDiniaze and Mathcmaiics. I
We hold .that the mental training nf lioys and girL-l
should be similar, and that titer should studv the nxaA
branchss, making some allowance)- for the- cm ii men tall
broncliesin one case, and pressing the solid branches a I.S-I
ue iuxiu-rm me oiuer, nanng iceir lurare vocation ini
view. I
LATIN bing the fbar,dation of the Em-Usb. and tlie lev!
to the Italian, the Spanlh ami the Frendi, is taught with-l
... . , r , . .i. t ,i . y
Mini) Ih.lanmnm'ltiif Ihrn. .ImmiNiM ihtt iinilw in tfi
' . -" 8uaKe;iou' n0!, uo Fu Jr"r "l
u ,i i uui .t vias?c3 huu a , , c ,t av j"-i 'i . ttttr v. ci, . , ,
aud to acquire facility in conversation, wiU pay u those j
' eiassej me usual atra itu.
The MUSICAL DEPARTMENT Is conducted by gen.
' tlemea of experience and e'blihed reiiutation.
! DRAWING AND PAINTING are taught by a,lady ofl
1ia nrst nhilitr Hnif who rms hesa eminenlir aucefnl oil
his depa rtment. j
The COLLEGE YEAR ocens on the 1st of September.
1 and closes on the last Thursday of June. At which lime the I
i President and Trustees confer degrees on such as hve I
i passed a satisfactory examination, aud Imve uot lucuncl
t the censure of the Iiistitution.
Terms par tkaioa of (ice Months,
, Board, Ac,in private families....... $7
' Tuition in Preparatory classes ,..10.1j. C)
Tuition in College classes "
( Music, Piano and Guitar, extra, eacJi S
Drawing and Paiuling .15
Uraduatiou and Diploma.... .............. I
j CoutiDjreutfie..... 1
Bills due when the pupils enter. None admitted
! for less than fire months, and no deduction for loss of time.
except in cases ot protracted sickness.
FACULTY.
Rev. R. A. Lapsley, D. D. Rev. Jas. W. noyf, A. M.
Mr. MAE" Morgan, Rer. J B Lindslcy. M D.
Miss J E Miller, Mrs M A Knox.
Mrs Fanny Edsrar, Miss Jali Norton,
With Messrs. Jos. DiggOnssnd Charles Hess, Professors of
Music
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Rev. R. A. LAPS LEI , D. D. President, ix sJWo.
t T r ' r 4 i all..
RJ Meigs, Esq
Alexander Alluon,
AVilluun.Nichol,
IttTi) B Jlay.
Wilh William.-.,
N Cross,
DrBCFoster,4th,
DrJohoD Kelly,
c
July29,lfi5S ln-i
W jt Mapara,
SDMiirgsn,
John M leu. Esq,
James, onds,
Eugeciv Uoderwood, Esq,
John A McEwen,'Esa,
W.- B. SIIAPARD. Tre-isure.-J0HNA.MeEWEN;
Secrttiry.
"NE UUNDUED.
'BAKKELS ST LOLi
KJ F
Fr.OIin. Iliavejtisir-ceiTed a hundred barrels
"TriE2 braCd" SAMUEL SEAT.

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