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IHVASJAEI.T IH ASVA80X.
Democratic Tifclj&t. "
ISHAM G. HABRIS:
DK THOS. MENEES, .of Hobertsqh:;
. A. G. MERRIIT, of Davidson.
WEDNESDAY .MORNING, AUGUSTS, '50.
We again request Postmasters and Sheriffs, to
send us the earliest intelligence of the election.
We shall endeavor, in this election, as heretofore:
to furnish our readers reliable news of the result at"
the earliest date at which it is possible to procure
it. Our arrangmenta vrith the section .of country
through which the telegraph runs are as. complete
as such arrangements can be made. For .the rest,
tre rely upon our friends in different counties.
7,000 to 10,000 Demo
cratic Majority 6n "State
Democratic Gams ,, m
Nearly Every' County over
last Governor's Vote! --
Legislature Secure . by
Large Majority !
Ashland District Democratic!
The tidings come in gloriously from
Kentucky. Returns from Louisville and
the northern counties, show large Dem
ocratic gains over the last Governor's
vote. Returns on way bills from Allen
and Barren, give enormous gains for the'
Democracy in the southern tier of coun
ties. The following dispatch was receiv
ed at this office, at 10 o'clock Tuesday
Louisville, August 2, 1859.
Louisville gives about one thousand
Opposition majority. Mallory is elected
by about 800. Thirteen counties heard
from including the City give Democratic
gains of Two Thousand Nine Hundred
over Morehead's vote. Every county but
one shovva a gain. Magoffin's majority
will range from
7 TO 10 THOUSAND!
We will also have a DECIDED MA
JORITY IN BOTH BRANCHES OP
THE LEGISLATURE. Ashland Dis
trict very cloes, Simms probably elected.
Local dissensions have lost us several
counties and districts, but our victory on
the State ticket is signal and complete.
W. N. Ualdcman.
EriDvru.i.n August 2, 1859.
Edit's. Union and American:
Magoffin's majority is one hundred and
fifty a gain of one hundred since last
Governor' election. The majority for
Burnett, for Congress, in the district will
be from seven to eight thousand.
Louisville, Aug. 2, '59.
To G. G. Poind exter :
Gain in City and County of one Rep
resentative certain, probably two. Gain
in this District over Buchanan's vote not
Simms, Democrat, is elected in the Ash
land district, J. Y. Brown in the Fifth.
We will carry the State according to
present news by a largely increased vote
over Buchanan's. Will send you further
dispatches on further news. ' ' "
P. B. Poind exter.
PaDUCAIT, AugUSt 2.
Editors Union and American :
So far as heard from the Democracy
have done well. In this end of Kentucky
they have gained on former elections.
Jno. C. Noble.
Scottyilie, Allen county, Ky., Aug. 1.
EastVIah & Co. We have heard from nearly all
the precinctn. Democratic gains very large. Ma
a orris's majority vrill be three hundred or more
greater than Clark's majority, which was only one
We vrill send you official returns of this county by
next mail. In haste,
David Walker, P. M.
Christian county gave a majority of
185 for Morehead for Governor, and
elected an Opposition Representative in
1857 by 37 majority.
The following dispatch was received at
this office late yesterday evening from
John Bryan, Clerk of the County Court,
of Christian :
IIorKixsnLM, Aug 2.
Editoks Union American :
Great Democratic triumph ! Congressman, Sen
ator, and Representative eleoled. Chrietain over
one hundred Democratio majority. Large Demo
cratic gains everywhere. Full returns not yet in.
I,:itcst irem KeaitHcky.
The; folio wing-dtupatchES ifere received last night
10 b5j;lockf: .afterae regular dispatches to the
BOciafUd Press. " .
,. , - Louibyilus, Aug. 2, 1859t .
Q. G PoisDtrrER:
Dempcratic gain of three Representatives in city
. Cincinnati CowmercsaJ. gays Stevenson's major
ity rtriM average six hundred in each of his countiei.
Harney trill send particulars. - Brilliant vijtory in
the State. Uive as Forty Guns.
P. B. POiaDtXTEK
XouisviLtE, Aug. 2, 1859.
EDiTORgJIiaos asd Ahkeicajt:
j Thirty one counties heard from thow a Djmocrat
jo gain as crmoared-with ihe'Guberhatorial election
in 1855 of 7688.
The Democrats have carried the State by a large
mdoriiv. crobablv lO.OOO.
The Legislature is Democratic en joint ballot
, coute-t-betwesn Simms and Harlan very close in the
Ashland distort Simms probably; elected.
John Y.-Brown, democrat, elected to Congress
from the Fifth district.
J In th8 county the Democrats gain three Repre
sentatives to the Legislature. - -
1 . .COURIEK.
; ! ALABAMA, TOO-!
I iioc. . . Montgomery, Ala., Aug. 2.
."Editors? Union and American:
n Moore, Democrat, Govern6r.i)y
20 TO 25,000
.majority. Clopton, Democrat, Congress
200 to 500 ' majority. Democrats gain
immensely everywhere, carrying the
State by unprecedented majority.
i". . , Seniles As Wtatt, -Eds.
The most cheering Intelligence is pouring in from
alljparts of this Slate.'
A friend in the Ninth Congressional District
wrius unuer uaio oi Juiyu:
"The news from the entire district is cheering,
and vro feel sanguine of Atkins' election by from
four to six hundred mjoiity.
"Harms will gain in IIesut, Weakiet, Carroll,
and Oijion, in fact, throughout the District.
41 The canvass for Congress closes lo-morrow. -Ar-
Kiss is'in fine health. Etueridos is broken down.
He locki like a defeated candidate. The Democrats
aro pouring in from Wbaklet and other counlies'to
attend the speaking tj-morrow.
' " Be . assured tub ninth distsict is all nianr.
.. .ti Daniels yjlik, Dickson county, 1
Tuesday, 20th July, 1859.
G.jG. Poisdexter, Esq.
Dear Sir: Messrs. Qcables and Menkes spoke
here to-day to a crowd of about 100 persons. Ms
(keks madj a splendid speech, and clearly whipped
Qjarles on every issue. Qcables opened the de
bale in a speech of ono hour. He has evidently
lit down, and does not begin to make the Speeches
he did in the opening of the canvass. JIknees, on
the other hand, has improved surprisingly, and
made one of tho clearest and most satisfactory
speeches ,1 have heard in a long while. He made
the ablest speech, by far, I have Heard in this can
vass. Quarles is alarmed and very uneasy. His
friends are beginning to doubt his election openly,
Mlxr.ES "has got him," and is pretty sure he will
be clectediAtrofeu gotten out.
Lockuabt will beat Martin in Stewart county.
Wo will gain GO to 75 votes in Stewart for Mksees
and Harris. The folk! around about this place say
wo will gain CO in this county. Montgomery will
hold her own, I think.
A gentleman who has attended the discussions
between the candidates for Governor in several
connties of East Tennessee, confirms the favorable
accounts we had heard from that region. It is uni
versally conceded that Ui naia is making a most
brilliant canvass. He has been gaining a succes
sion of victories over his competitor, unsurpassed
in the history of political warfare. Nethebland's
friends admit that he is beaten in debate, while the
enthusiasm cf the Dsmccracy is mounting higher
and higher, as the evidence: of Uarsis' triumphs
and increasing strength multiply from day to day.
Wo clip from the Bristol Aretcs tho following ac
count of the discussion at Kicgsport :
We learn that Gov. Harris made the most brilliant
speech at Ktngjpoit, on Saturday last, that he has
made during tbe canvass. Ho demolished his com
petitor's flimsy tissue of sophistries, nnd adminis
tered to him such a scathing rebuke for his claeB
legislation, (which is so apparent in his past record,
and which he has the hardihood to attempt to justi
fy, that Nelherlind was nn object of pity to his
political opponents, while his friends blushed for
The gallant Demscracy of Kentucky have won a
glorious victory. The Louisville District the
Gibraltar of Know Nothingism where crimo and
ruffianism reigned supreme, has almost given away
before their charge. Tbe Ashland District the tomb
of Henry' Clay and 'the homo of his noble and
patriotic son is still under tho guardianship of tho
friends of the constitution.
The people of Kentucky will not submit to the do
minion of this mongrel Opposition. They have
risen up in their strength, to vindicate the rights
of their section against the secret schemes and open
assaults of its enemies. They have given to the
Democratic ticket a signal and completo triumph.
Freemen of Tennessee, let us emulate their noble
example To-morrow. Let Tennessee send back a
joyful echo to the glad tidings which reach us from
That the Democracy camo into power two years
ago and found the currency of tho State reduced to
n rotten and worthless condition, under tho banking
policy of the Opposition; that the Democratio mem
bers of the last Legislature passed a bill to reform
and improve the currency of the State, and the
body of the Opposition voted againjt this bill and
predicted it would bring ruin upon the eountry.
That under the operation of this Democratic meas
ure the banks have been restored to a sound and
healthy condition, and that the people are relieved
from the apprehension, uncertainty and losses,
which they had suffered under the banking syitem
of the Opposition.
That the Democracy propose to continue those
wholesome measures of reform which have proved'
so beneficial to the people, while the. Opposition
wouldragain plunge the country into that dangerous
and destructive system of wild-cat banking from
which the Democracy have just rescued it.
The Banner heads an article, "Democracy cares
not a fig for the Union," and says the Dhion and
Auebican "proclaims it." The qnotation which it
gives from our columns does not justify this asser
tion, nor have we CTer entertained or expressed a
sentiment unfriendly to the Federal Union.
In our article from which the .Banner gives a
garbled extract, we state explicitly that, "all
Democrat love the Union beeaute it u band upon that
organic law which makes ovrs a republican government
recognizing the equality of the Slates and the just rights
of the peoplt."
That we lovo tho Constitution moro than the
Union, is becaudo the Union would bo worthless
wiihout'the Constitution. ' It would," as we stated,
"suit a monarchist as well as a republican. It would
bo a shadow without the substance."
The Democratic party would perpetuate the Union
by sustaining tho Constitution and protecting.. the
rights of all the States and sections.
Tho Manner and its party tilk rapturously of the
Union but they do nothing tj prcservo it. On the
other hand, they ecek to unite with a party which
hag been attempting for jcar3 to make encroach
ments upon the Constitution cn which It rests. The
only union for which they care is that union of the
Opposition by which the control of this government
may pass into the hands of the Blaok Republicans,
tho enemies of the South and tho Constitution.
The Eat l Hoc, tbe East Flwt an the
When Col Netbeblasd entered this casvass the
Democracy, as is their went, brought him Tip on his
record, as the most proper and reliable means of
determining 'the comple'xionof 'hfs ipoliffcs and how
far he was worthy the honor and confidence of the
people. It turned out, as1 shown by the Indispu
table records of legislation that,-as a politician,-
he bad been true to but one thing; a.slavisii suu-
SERVItSCr TO THE PRITJLtOSD'0iS3r8 AND' TO CAP
ITAL, AND A FKBSiSrEHT HOSTILITY TO THE IBTEB
MitS OF LABOR AS U THE BIOUTS OF TUE JOOR. .
la shaping the laws by which the revenue of the
State- should be raise J, he' 'had voted to tax the'
scanty means of the humble! farmer and mechanic,
and,to exempt from taxation the pleasure carriages'
of the rich and the money capital of the shaver:
He had vcted to give to the wealthy depositors In
banks additional protection by' making the owners
of the banks individually liable, over and' above
the regular banking 'cap'lW; and had Toted against
extending the same adlitional protection to the
honest note-holders of these banks, who had, sup e
'rior claims to such protection. As a Know-Nothing'
he had'been a party to the atigm which was sought
to be placed on the humble and unfortunato foreign
ers by .characterizing them as "paupers anilerimi
nals," and by seeking to exclude them from the
privilegej-of our country, whilst he had voted thft
most extravagant compliments to tho foreign gran
dees, Kossuth and iis.suile, inviting them .not only
to citiiensh'p, but to partike of "libsral.donalions"
Among other-things'that marked his illiberal and
unohari.able' course towards the laboring masses
was his known hostility to the exemption laws, the
policy of which was to keep the woman-and chil
dren of the country an-1 the free American citizens
at all times absve the condition' of pauper. Tho
apt of 1833 provided that in the hands of every
farmer and of every mechanio there should be ex-
em j t from execution one hoe, ono plow, and ono
horse, cr on? sot of mechanio tools. Against this
law CoL Netiikrland voted-
Upon the exposuro of his most.odious record the
whole Opposition were thrown into fits. Every con
ceirable excuse, however absurd or ludicrous was
resorted to. For awhile they professed to know
nothing about it, and CoL Netuesland declared
his unwillingness to discuss it. At another point
he changed his tactics and sought to shift the res
ponsibility, by saddling it on his constituents. Tats
failing, with a spirit of desperation, he came to tho
deftneo of his vote and sought to cast disgrace up
on all who availed themselves of tho exemption
laws, declaring that ho did not want their voles.
Finding himself sinking deeper and deeper in the
mire, he became subdued in tone, and filed the plea
that if he was guilty of this offence, there were
others, prominent Democrats, guilty also, who
should be held to answer with him. We beg to say
that their culpability in no way relieves Col. Netji-
sbland. Let the Opposition arraign them when
candidates for cfHee, and if they can present no
other and better defence than Neiherland has
made, it will be the duty of the people to mcto out
to them tho same even-handed justice that is now
dua to him. Their case is not on trial. Col
Netrebland and Gov. Harbis are tho competing
candidates before the people. Tbe jolly mountain
eer may squirm and twist and twirl and tack-, but
it is to no purpose. It will be as unavailing as
the hero of the old ballad, from the German of
There lived a safe In day of yore.
Ami he a handsome it-talt wore
Rut wondered much aod sarrowed more
Because lvhuug behind him.
He mused npon tbis csrioni case.
And swore ho'd change the pigtail's place.
And bare It banging at bis face,
Not dangling thixe behind him. '
Pays he, "the mystery I'm found,
TU turn me round," tie turned him round! ,
MuttttUit Aung Ithind Aim.
Then round and round,andout and in, .
Ml dtiy the puzzled taqn did spin ,
In tain ; it nattered ntd a pin,
Ihe pigtail hung behtml him.
And right and left, and round about, 7
And up anddovn, and in and out,
'He turned ;it still the pigtail stout
Hung steadily behind him.
And thouih his efforts never slack.
And though he tirist, and twirl, and tacit, , , -f
Alas 1 still faithrul to his back
The pigtail hangs behind him.
A certain Bailroad official reported a few days
since in Columbia, that l hero were 1,600 foreign
voters in Davidson county, who ara going to -rota
with the " Opposition " on Thursday next. Wow, it
is well known that in Davidson county there are
only about GOO or 700 naturalized citizens, nnd
that they are nearly unanimous for ihe Democra
cy. We see how such things arc manufactured' and
spread abroad for political effect. The dose was
made too strong.
Remember, That JouxNetheblaxd voted against
the law of 1833, exempting your tools of trade from
That he voted afterwards to repeal sj much of the
exemption laws as secured to the mechanic his iin
plements of industry and the means of subsistence
for himself and his family.
That this samo John Netdeland voted ti exempt
the property of the wealthy banker from all liabil
ity for h'i3 bank debts.
That ho voted againBt taxing the capital of the (ha
ver and the pleasure carriages of the rich, thus
throwing the - expense of the government on the
The announcement of the withdrawal of Maj
Pole from the Chnvass in the Sixth District, has
very greatly disturbed, the Know Nothings of this
vicinity. A supposed ohanco for extensive swap
ping, which we do not believe ever really existed,
was ono of their main hopes for a gain in the State,
There is nothing now to prorenta majority for Har
ris of 4,200 in the district.
Black Republicans are looking wilh.intensc inter
est to the resnlt of our eleolion to-morrow. The
Opposition in Tennessee are co-operating -with the
Black Republicans in warring upon the Democracy,
The chances of electing a Black Republican coala
tion President inl8C0, are increased just in proper-
tion as the Democracy is weakened. The northern
freesoil wing of the Opposition constituting three
fourths of its strength, must derive all tho benefit
that is to be gained -by beating the Democratio
party. The faction known as the Opposition iu the
South, is powerless in a national contest, and has
only strength enough to help the Black Republicans
into power by combining with them and giving them
the electorial vote of any slave State that may be
foolish enough to place itself under the Opposition
A few weeks ago the New York Tribune exulting,
ly proclaimed: " We believe that Maryland, Delaware
and Siissouri, with possibly Kentucky, Tennessee and
North Carolina, maybe carried in I860 for a National
ticket which shall be frankly but in offensively hostile to
the Extension of Slavery."
In its issue of July 28, the same paper thus speaks
of the importance of the elections just approaching,
in their influence upon the next Presidential elec
tion: "Wo are close upon important elections in several
Southern States, whose Tesults will afford a pretty
clear indication of the way those 8tatcs will be
likely to go in the great national contest of 1860."
Citizens of Tennessee, let us, by our action to
morrow, leash the abolitionists of tho North that
we will have no affiliation with fanatics and no tol
eration for their allies. Let us teach Horace Gree
ley and John Bell that their infamous coalition
can find no foothold on our soil.
It affords us great pleasure to call special atten
tion to the dental card of Dr. W. H. Mqboan for
merly prtcticing in partnership with Dr. Hamlin.
Dr. M. is too well and favorably know to the people
of this city and county to need any word of oom
mendation from us.
Editors Uiiion and American
5"ou Vill please allow me space -in your colu
ta announce the fact, that I have'deolined lhe
for Congress, and .the reasons which have impelled
me to the step. From the opening of tire canvass
to this time, X have, day after1 day, submilled,to my
competitor, Hon'. Jas. H. Tuomai, propositions to
settle ourrlvaiclaims 16 a seat in Congress fronT
.this district. I proposed to submit myaelaims to the
arbitrament fit a Congressional Convention, to the
Democracy of Maury comity, or to the .Democracy
of the civil district in which we both reside. Again
aad again I urged a settlement of the contest in
any1 of fie modes above indicated, and for the reason
that it wa evident the Democracy would sustain a
serious loss from Ihe elrogglo. -
Within the last twenty-four hours I have, from re
spected sources, learned that an extensive scheme
for swapping votes had, been concocted by the Op
position, and that the Congressional contest between
my competitor and myself furniehel the oppor
tunity for setting the schema on foot, and that it
would result in the certain los3 ef two or more
members to the Legislature if consummated. To
sacrifice my 'own 'chances fa; a t seat in Congress,
which I believed were 'belter "than'my competitor's,
was tbe only step by which a result so disastrous
the party could be averted ; and being master cf my
own' actont, and desirous' of the success of my
party more than' my own -advancement, I declined
the race for Congress. I trust those of my parly
whq opposed me will see in this-step my earnest de
sire to serve tho party. For. those friends who nobly
rallied to my support,' I shall ever cherish the live
liest emotions of gratitude, and retire into the ranks
to battle as a private for the good of tho common
cause. Very respectfully, Wm. H. Polk.
.The election of TuoJirsos to the Senate from Sum
ner and Smith, and of Barksdale, to the House
from Sumner, Smith, and Macon may be necessary
to u Democratio majority in the Legislature. Let
Old Sumner remember this to. morrow. We draw
on her for eleven huadred mrjoriiy. Wilh this ma
jority, the 'whole ticiel ti secure. ,
There is no need of eayihg-aVoTd to the Demo.-
cr&ts of Rutherford and Pedford. They are fully
awake. Still, wo cannot tefrain from a word in ad
vance of the joy which would pervade the Democra
cy of the whole State on hearing of the election of
Woods, Martin, and Doax.
That Joiin Netiierlasd voted ta repeal tho law
requiring frco negroes to bo sent out. of the Slate,
thus seeking to inflict upon tho white inhabitants of
Tennessee, the most vicious and troublesome popu
lation in the world, and cheapen and degrade whito
labor by freo negro competition.
That John Netuerland voted against tho law
securing to the husbandman his farming utensils,
his horse, his hoe, and his plow, and that he now
says that man who wculd claim the protection of
that law to save his wife and children from starva
tion, "would refuse to pay forhis mother's shroud."
He wants the vo(e of no such man.
Let every Democrat in the Fifth District remem
ber that the result for Congress in that district de
pends on the votes of the Demccracy. Let them
remember this, and choose between Ready, the
tried friend of Southern Rights, and Hattos, the
candidate of the piebild "Opposition," organized
for the benefit of John Beli
WORE FROM THE NINTH.
A valued correspondent in Hesbt writes under
date of July 28:
"Atkins' prospect. checing ashe could wish. He
has m&de a brilliant, glorious canvass, surpassing
himself and even the most sanguine expectations of
his friends. I have heard them five times and four
times out of the five he has beaten the great Ajax
Telamon of the Opposition, and driven him from the
Geld out spoke him out debated him even out
"I heard Harbis and Netue&land twice. It was
no' conflict at all. It was like turning loose an
eagle upon some great, greasy, lubberly, domesticat
ed, barn-yard fowl."
From East Tennessee.
Sollivan Cousty, July 80, 1859,
Gentlemen: Ourcouatyif it votes 2,000 (wlAeh
it can do very easily) we will inorease.Gov. Harb
majority to near 1,000. From present indications
it cannot be otherwise than a gain to him and
IIayses. Our Democrats are aronsed, and are
working to get out our strength and to counteract
the effort) of the Opposition to swap votes, &c.
Gov Harris' speeches and CoL Hathes mnst
tell upon the vote of this District. They both use
their opponents and " their parties in such a way
that it will certainly produce n g;od result on:nxt
Thursday. Our friends in Washington, Carter,
Johnson, Greene and Hawkins counties calculate
on gains in each. So far a3 wo can now see every
thing is doing well. We cannot see as tbe Opposi
tion papers assert, that Netiieblahd will make any
gains in East Tennessee whatever; but we believe
that Harbis will gain over his vote two years ago.
I merely wiite to give you what wo bslieve to be
the true condition of things ii East Tennessee.
Yours truly, .
As Important Question. A child without
mmo is in a sad plight, an! liible ti a great deal of
abuse and ignomy. If lie cannot tell tho laqu'rer
wheter he is entitled to be called John or Peter, cr
Ichabod or Ishmacl, he becomes at onoe exposed to
suspicion of being a rogue or root, and to the itrno
miny of all sorts of nicknames, such as may npptar
bsst suited to his character or tne peculiar ciccum
stances under which he appears before the public.
A political party without a distinctive political
cognomen, is scarcely bolter off, than a namdsss
and fatherless child. However high its professions
of patriotism, or its pretensions to virtue, it is al
ways lUb:e to violent suspicions cf knavery or
deinagogucry, and cannot with reason complain if
some uisagreeaoie epuueia are appueu 10 11.
Tho Opposition party is confessedly without- a
name by which to be known, even in the house of
its friends. We have tbe confession of one of its
organs here, one, tod, whose editor stoodns godfath
er to Ihe bantling at Saratoga at its birth, that it has
no well defined name, no appellation by whieh it
can be known and recognized in all parts of the
country. This confession bas been elicited under
peculiar circumstances. It seems that a change of
party designation has been proposed, preparatory
to tho election in 1860, whereupon the inquiry arises,
"what is its present- name I" Let us quote from the
New York Tribune the authority to which 'we have
"Before assuming loo high ground on this point
however, it may bo well to ask, What is that name ?
In three'or four of the New England States the usual
party designation is 'American-Republican.' In New
Jersey and Indiana, 'Anti-Lscpmptoa' seemi to be
the general cognomen. In Pennsylvania, our friends
win victories under the flag of the 'People's ParlyV
In most of the other Stater, the term 'Republican'
has bean adhered to."
We submit that this orphan is in a bad plight. It
is an outcast, called one thing in cne place, and
another thing in another place; here Peter, and
there John; now Ichabod, and there IshmacI, and
as if out of pity for its forlorn condition, by com
mon consent it is allowed tho oppro'bious epithet
"Black Republican,"- in the larger portion .of the
country. And this, its patron here thinks it had bet
ter stick to, minus the prefix, than incur the risk of
cdium which attaches to all parties with an alits,
however sanctimonious their faces, or pretentious
The conclusion is a sensible one. Better stick to
an unpopular name, even to a dijzraced one, than
resort to the knavish practice of casting it off for
another. It is true the name which hna beoome so
closely affiliated with it as to be difficult to wash
out, iB not a taking one in the Southern States, in'
which there is some opposition strength, as in Ken
tacky or Tennessee for instunce, but then a change
might be equally disastrous to its prosperity in
other sections of the Union, and on the whole we
think tho Tribune is wise in standing by its bantling
through all its ignominy. It is manly, tinco it of
ficiated at the birth, that it should, stick to it to the
death. New York Journal of Commerce.
St. Lours, July 30. "Professor Wise made an
ascension from Washington Square, at 11 o'clock,
witn tne intention of descending at or near La
fayette, Ind., where arrangements have been made
to re innate, when he will again descend and pro
iW. 51. MORGAN, . . .,
cosimuES the Lpr aCtice of dentistry in all
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!' tlbrmtrlyloccuokdlu Hamlin tt.JTorcaZ'l
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DEALER IN SHOES.
42 College Street.
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Gents Calf Tie Shoes. &c etc..
Boys an 1 Youths' Calf and Patent Leather Oxfords;
Boys Buttoned Cloth Top Gaiters and Press Shoes;
'oj uAwiauuw la stic, uu at cucap prices.
aoK1-' JOHN R1KAGE.
Nashville Female Academy.
TVTKARLT 'all oar Boarding Pupils; and more than half ef
JLH our day pupils are interested In this department. In paint
ing, drawing and music, vre ha to endeavored to secure for our pa
irons ue TtLrj cesi uieni in me country, in some large cities
we suppose there may be found teachers better than ours, Lot
suehd i not teach school-girls. We will next year make addl
lions to our faculty of that cl.us' of Teachers who anDartobe
ss popular with our loverajof inuaie"
i or me 1'iaoo, llarp,uuitar.an4 Vocal 3lusic, we shall hare
at the Academv anamnle tunblr of Teachers: nitt nnlv for our
own pupils, but Also for thoiw Lsdinln the city (who are sot
scnobi-girisj woo ma) wisa w use lessons nerr. such mnst ex
pect to pay not our Academy prices, but the prices they would
hare to pay ta such teachers elsewhere.
Itis very desirable to know how many from the city wish to
t ike lessons here before the time of our Teachers is fully occupied
by pupils of the Academy.
augs tr u. O. JSLL1UTT.
THE ST. CLOUD HOTE1.
JTJ CHANCE OF PROPRIETORS. OI
TCOR thapurposs of seUlin-rp ail my outstandicg dehts and
BJ former businea I have arranged with my father, Sr. D.T.
Scott, to assume the management and proprietorship of the St.
Cloud Hotel, and from this da; I shall withdraw from thefutrro
business of the home. ll'J. T. SCOTT.
INassumiri; the control ami management of tbe Saint Cloud
Hotel, I hereby p'egde myself to my old friends, patrocs and
the public, to gire my euUre and undivided attention to the busi
ness, and use eTery endeavor to please and make comfortable all
who may till under the hopitalitiesof the Saint Cloud.
T 17 REE SPRINGS.
TIII3 favorite watering pi ice wil 1 be conducted umlar the en
trol an I mahtgement cf T. Ii. lUsaircaw, Ej., with an
culonal vlsite from myself. D. T. SCO M.
LINDOiV FOIC SAlvE.
B are now offering for sale the Mansion and
farm of A.B. Montgomery, situtted on
th Middle Franklin Turajiike, three miles from
the Public Square in Nashvl lie. This is undoubt
edly temct highly Improved property now offer
e 1 fr sale anywhere in the vicinity of Nashville.
It contains altogether abcut 80 acres, one-third wood-loads,
balance under fence in cultivation. Wo deem it unnecessary
to say anything by way of commendation, as the property will
speak for itself. J.L1R.W. BROWN.
aag3 dtf RealBstala Agents.
WHAT AKE GOOD MEDICINES!
ALU03T every family In the country Is obliged to depend. In
a'great meaaur , upon popular or patent medicines. More
business Is done with them by druggists every year, than with all
their other articles together. In such an important matter,
what folly is committed and loss of life Incurred, by using un
known and dangerous remedies, when a reliable and authentica
ted medicine, liko tbe G tcfenberz; Family remedies, can be ob
tained In every town In the United States I
mud Tur rouowwa :
"In every Instance, as far as a long and extensive acquaintance
enables us to iuJ;e, the Griefenbenr Tamil? Medicines hare
done all that Is claimed for them." The Vegetable J'iUe, Cu
riae uouwiicen, ana ureen nouniatn tntment.icort mlra
elts.) O. A. rOX. Pastor Presbyterian Church, Spencer, N. T.
WM. P IDE, Practicing Physician. Kererdam, N. X.
O. W.BtJSIINKLL.M.D , Hartford, Ohio.
JAMES WILSON, West Bedford, Ohio.
aug5 Agent, Nashville.
DIARRHEA, DYSENTERY, CHOLERA, Ao
WE have seen the Gratfenbtrg Pytentery Syrup used in
caiss of bowel complaints in all their varied forms, from
a simple looseness, to malignant cholera, and we can apeak of it
la the highest terms, and recommend !t with confidence. Wheth
er the cue is mild or revtre, recent or of long standing, it cores
surely.and leaves no bad e&tcts behind.
MORRIS FRANKLIN. Pres. Board Aldermen, N. Y.City.
T. K. BE FrjKREST. M. D. Board of Health, "
T. R. I1IBBARD, M. D.,
C. II. DISBROW. Eoiscopal Clergyman, Suffolk, Va.
II. W. BAR8TOW, Or? Pine Street, N. Y. City.
DAVID PITMAN, 3 Court Street, Boston, Mass.
QUO. &TOUDINGER, Board of Aldermen, Newarl:,!!. J.
A. W. TAYLOR. Captain U. S Army.
J. H. II ART, Cleveland Plaindealer, Ohio.
W. M. FARLAND, Cleveland, Ohio.
aug3 Agent, Nashville.
The Adams Express Company.
THE Adam Express Company beg leave to announce to their
friends and the public of Nashville, that they have conclud
ed arrangements with the Louisville and Nashville Rail Road
Company, under which they will extend the operations of their
Express to the tine of that Road, commencing August 1st, 1859.
On the completion of the Nashville end of tne road to Bowling
Green, about Un lO'.h of Auguit, 1333, messengers will run
through between Kaiiinllc and Louisville.
For particulars is to rates, time, &c , apply to
A. K. UOI.T,
au,r2 dtf No. 23 Market Street, Nashville, Tenn.
SALE OF A NEGRO.
BY virtue ef a decree of the Circuit Court of the United
States Toi thelXitrict of MidJl T-nuesaee, in the case of
William II Rrovnand ntber j, agtinst Allen T.Gooehand others,
I wiil,ou the 37th day of Au$ui iieit.at Mie Court house door
in thetownef Murfrcesboro, sell at (.uM.c sale a NBGRQ MAN
name ELT AS, about 18 years old, for caah, t;ing one of the ne
groes mentioned In the decree, and ordered to be svU for the com
plainants' debt. JACOB MoGAVOCK,
July-JS-dtd. pr'sfeeSl C. at M. "t said Court,
Chancery Sale of
TTVENTr-THREE LIKCLV NEGROES.
TTTNDEB authority of a decree pronounced at the July Term,
Bl 1359, of the Chancery Court at Lebanon, In the case of In
gram and others, vs. nenry Smith and others, I will expose to
public sale, at the court house door la Lebanon on Tuesday, 6th
cf September next, the foiloning slarea: Judy, 30 years old,
Levis 15. Prince IS, Bob 8, Hasty CO, Jacob 33, Jne Paratee
SO, Tom 21, Hannah 19, Harriet 18, Jerry 1G, Habty 13, John M,
Emeline 6, Sally 8. Martha 4, Jo 3, Iluty 5, Delia 2, William 1,
aod Peter and Emeline,
Terms One-third cash, the balance in 12 months. Sale at
11 o'clock A. M. JOIIN K HuWARD.
ju!y30 td. PrsfeoglO. Clerk & Mater.
. A NO. I CABPENTER, about twenty six years of age, under
WILL L.BOYD, Jr.
an. xv. y. il a it din,
(LATE OF VIRGINIA.)
And of tlioliiiiijr, Eje and Ear Infirmaries,
of Nciv Yorl; and Plilladelphiu,
MAYING lucatd for a limited time in Nashville, and ttken
rooms for the preseki in the house recent y occupied by the
Union a-d American OrSce, N . 1 1 Cherry street, will devote hi
entire attention to the trestinentof diseases of the Throat, Lungs,
Eye and Kar,and all diseases of a chronic character.
Dr. II lRDIN having been engaged in tbestudyof medicine for
the past seventeen yrs, Irtals diseases of the Throat and Chest
upon the moat scientific and rational irinciples. ly Ue Inhala
tion of medicated raiKiH.dliectbg the erfr-Caiif the uelkiueat
once tothediseasedorgans,and also n.Mra, Len deemed adisa
tie, Dr.Green'a emineutly lucce-s.ul method of treatment by
DR. HARDIN, OCULIST AND ATJRIST,
Treats the Eye and Ear on the most asproved French and Ameri
can plans so eminently sucrasfo! wherever tried.
Dr. II. has no secrets ia medicine: he is a graduate of the Jef
feraon Med'cal College of Philadelphia, of the New York Me.ll
cal College, of the new York Opthalmic Hospital and of the
New York Chemical Laboratory, and member of the New York
Medico Chlrurtrical Society, etc., etc
Letters of introduction from Governor, Congressmen, Pro
fessors of Medicine, and some of tbe most Influential residents of
Office hours from 0 A.M. tillOr.M. No charge for examina
Dr. II for the better a-xomodatlon of his patients has taken
rooms at the St. Cloud Hotel, on the first floor, where be pur
poses remaining a limited time.
AI persons afflicted who wish the advice of the Doctor, will call
early to ensure prompt attention.
1NDEMN1TV FOR THE PEOPLE.
NASH & HI X II It
Are tlic Agents of Insurance Companies,
Old and Reliable.
HAYING LARGE CASH CAPITALS
With which to have their
XOSSES PJ603IPT.LY PAID.
NO. 25 COLLEGE STREET,
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
TTN store and for sale SO bags extrs. Family Flour.
Nos. e and 8 Market Street.
.Lots ia Edgefield For Sale.
James M. Hamilton, Adm'r, nnd Others
vs. M. Hamilton and Others.
XY A DECREE of the County Court of Davidson county,
rendered at tbe July Term, 1S39, in tbe aboTe ciuse. I will
offer for sale, at the Court House, in Nashville, on Saturday, tbe
SSai day of. Auzust next, lull feet or ground, on tlie north side of
Watson street, in KdjefielJ, being lot No. 7 in the plan of lots
laid off by W. L. Faster, trustee or Mr. Shelby and Ann Minnick,
Terms. One, two and three years credit will be given, without
interest, and three good endor,ers, or notes payable in Bankre
quiied. F P.. OUKTUAM, Clerk,
BBLS. Braxil Nuts;
10 bbls Texas Pecans;
IS do Almonds;
10 do Filberts;
10 do Knillsh Walnuts:
Ia store and for sale low at 13 and IS Market street by
Jano39 HUGH McCREA fcCO
NOW OR NEVER.
AMnowinthecityandamngaged lasel'ing county right
for the State of Tennessee, for the manufacture ana sale or
my Patent Improved Bee Hives, the virtus and superiority
of which have been testified to by hundreds of the most worthy and
eminent citiienscf our country. The construction of my Hive
is simple, and I promise it is the only Hive In the world known
whieh is proof vealnst the bee mothe. Persons desirous of pur
chasing either family or county rights for the best Bee Hive in
the vroita, can nnd me ror a lew aays ai ue Auction iwx.ms or
Messrs. Hardy Brothers, where I will be happy to see them.
julySO ff JOSEPH KENT.
ATJCTI8N SALE OF GROCERIES j
BY . !
- LANIER, PJIIMalPS & CO.
- MONDAY, AUGUST 8tM, 1850,
-TI7E we wilt, selt for Cash in front of our .Warehouse,, a
W complete assortment of Groceriej, eonsUtinglB part as
SO hhds new; crop Sugar; 10OJand,V do
MO bags Coffee; 1UO barrels White Whisky;
75 bblsMolasses; IS do N.Y.Brandy:
1VU VUMUIUUfipow lISH t- llf Ul JIOIIUU UUI,
30 nests Tubs;
" do Doyle's Candles;
100 doienMason's Blacking;
100 boxesYlasks; -ISO
pkgi new Mackerel, kltts,
8 sacks Almonds. .
SO boxes CoTeOnters:
, 10 bags Pepper; ,
. SO ba'es Cotton Twine;
33 coils Rope;
15 eases Uatchrs:
10O boxes Star candles;
Together with numerous other articles to maksupa complete
sale. LANIER, PHILLIPS k CO. .
August? td No, 39. Market street
SAWANEE CO All.
UNTIL the 1st of October the prices for COA1V will be as fol
Select Lump - $3 CO .pec Ton.
Screened. - - - 4 OO do do
Nut - - - 3 go do do'
Fine - mm 3 00 do do
Bjr the Cur lnd.. - $4 OO
Remember the Coal is all 'weighed and you an certain to get
all you pay for
Yard on Cedar Street, adjoining- tbe Nashville and Chatta
noza Railroad Depot. 3. F. TRACY. President. '
ALE I .ALE t ALEX
BARRELS Smith's Champagne Ale;
do do Bennett art
The above Ales are the finest made and are warranted For
sale at Pittsburgh and Wheeling prices, freight added, at No, 5
jnly31 CARTER. WILSPORD Sl CO.
. PURE BOURBON WHISKY.
W! hare on hand about 20 barrels of PURE OLD BOCR
BOS.WIIISCY, which we will warrant ta beroutYzuu
OLS.sndthennesiinuie state, neare anxious to close It out
a-nd would ba glad If those wantln; something really nt and
good would give ua a call. CARiER, WILSFORD & CO,
Jul3i No. 5 Market StretL
Nashville City Mills.
WT.L deliver Flour at asy place In the city or Edgefield,
(adding Bridge fees, at the rollowlaz prices :
Extra Family Flour per barrel, . - 1 SO G DO
da do do prbag 2 73 3 10
Super fin J 2 CO 2 23
Wilt sell Bran. Shorts and. MhMlIngs at thi Mill at current
prices, deducting cartae.
Will also pav the market price for WHEAT and CORN
thioughout the year. Leave older at PcitOBic. Box 271, or
with 8. N. U0LLIN03 WORTH,
Terms cash on delivery. No C ?cuth Mxriet St.
SALE OF NEGROES.
Thomas Harris and others, vs. CelU a. Felts and others.
BYsi decree of the County Court of Davidson county, render
ed at the May term, 1S39, In the above cause, I -will sell at
the Court-house in Nashville, on Saturday, the 16th day or July
next, the following negroes, to-wit : Jim, about 25 years of age,
Della,2S years of age, George, S years of age, Ussaj 2; years f
TERMS One third will be required Ineashand the balance on
3 months credit. Notes with good security pa) able In Bank.
J unelS dtd Clerkfe Master.
Tie above ask Is postponed untlll SATURDAY tha 6Tn of
August next. F. Ri C.
July 18. Bid. Fee S3 00
Fine Hacks and Omnibuses."
Church Street, Jnst below the Post Office.
HI. S. COMBS Proprietor.
PERSONS wbhiog to hire a Fine Hack, Omnibus, Car oral
most any kind of vehicle, will find an exceUent assortment
at tbe above stand. My stock Is first-rate, and always at the ser
vice of the publis. Trips taken to all parts of the country.
JulylS If. B. COMBS.
r I 111 it subscriber Is connected with une of the best manufae-
SL lurersoi a urrci uiocus In tbe Uptttd states, and
will undertake to plan, arrange and set up such Clocks In any de
sired location. The Clocks of thee makers are guaranteed to
i-e nru-rate itme Jieecert. They are atronz and durable, ana
warranted for two years. They are constructed so as to strike
regular t-the hours, uay also be arranged so as to chime quar
ter or hal -hours, or any interval of time for the regulation of
SCHOOLS, COLLEGES OR FACTORIES,
and upon any number of Bella from which they ue made caps
tie of t-Ivinc: their full tones.
Every Information regarding cost, testimonials as to ability.
etc, etc., may ue ooiaineu 01
THOMAS r BAILEY, Agent.
At the office or I. M SINGER t CO.. 43 North College St
JJ7 Attention given to repairing and improving Turret
uiocxs many pars oi ine Slate.
Address Box 535, Na9hviII,Tenn.
BOKtaFELDT &. GUN Til ATH ,
2G Cherry Street,
Sell now their Stoclc of
FANCY GOODS AT COST.
AND have reduced the prices of other Goods. Their object is
to effect a quick sale by offering good bargains to the public
1 and beSconvinced.
BORGFELDT & GHXTRATI
OSCAR BO HiTIE it CO.
Have just opened at their stand
No. 7 Union Street,
A complete stock if Fall and Winter
DRESS AND MANTILLA TRIMMINGS.
OOMPRISINUafullassortmentof plain and figured Yelvet
Ribbons, Galons, Fringes, Bogle Glmpo, Grape Trimmings,
i, Buttons, Braids, Bugle Buttons, &&, &c, all of which are
entirely new, and the best that could be go t in the Eastern Marks ts .
oar SMC oi:
Tenhln Merino and Shetland Wool,
Embroiderad Braids and Silks, Crochet, JSmbroidery and spool
Cottons, as welt at any other material for Knitting, Netting Em-
croldery ina uroicnet-n ore iscampieie,ana isnrer in variety an
quantity than ever. We also continue to manufacture
Fringes, Tassels, Buttons, Corsds, &c,,
To order as usual, and will try to suit all and everybody,
FOB L, A DIES.
SUPERIOR BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS,
At 43 College Street.
Ladies' Giove and French Kid Slipper, with and without heels;
Ladies' do do do Buskins do da do
Ladies French Lasting Congress and Lace Gaiters;
Ladi-s do Kid do do do
Ladies' Bronzed Kid Trimmed Slippers, very handsome;
Ladls' White Kid and Satin II-eled Slippers;
Ladies' Glove do Congress Boot.;
Ladles do do Buskins, 4c , &c.
With arrest variety cf Shoes for Ladicn. Misses and
Children, of superior quality and style, jjkI at extremely
50 PEIt CENT SAVED
Buying- ITIatlresscs at the City Mat
NO. 20 COLLEGE STREET.
WE are manuracturins; some of the finest Mattresses ever
made in the city, which we intend selling very cheap by
wholesale or retail.
We hare invented a machine for cleaning the s'mets off all tbe
stems, so that there I nothing in the matt-vst hut the soft hack
led shucks There have been a great many mattresses sold filled
with stems- corn colas, &e You will find nothing of this Jiiud
In our establishment. Call and ree for jounelves.
Cutting, making, and Isylng Carpets: trimming church pews
All kind or Upholstering done to ordsr
july20-dlm COLE tc CO.
4 VERY desirable nous for lient the balance of the year.
Apply to D. A. Cole, No. 4U College Street,
Through Tickets to Bccr.thcua
Springs via. ITIcITIinnvillc.
r"f,niS is theonly route to Beersbcba Springs r fTTL
j! that affords the facilitb-s and convenience i R-g rvir
ofTh rough Tickets and throuah baggage, l visitors
can purchase Tickets at Memphis, Crand Junction, Stsvenstn,
Nashville and Reersheba f prints, back to all the above points,
and will find on their arrival at McMinnvlile RAMSEY MA
SON'S line of fine Coaches in readiness to carry them without de
lay to the Springs, the distance of 18 miles, overs superb and
safe road. IhUlinenextr JaQt tonutle the connection.
The accommodations atMcMinnville are equal to any Is the
State, and these who may wish to refresh themselves at this place
can nave ine comioriauie assurance that every want wiute pro-
vueaior. KiilSEl & .MA3UN
To Nashville Merchants.
(wholesale bbyess exclusively.)
LEWIS EINSTEIN & CO
WHITE AND FANCY SHIRTS,
Collars, Drawers, Overalls, dc.Ac
(Of which they keep the largest stock to re foond East.
NO. 52 BARCLAY STREET,
(Opposite Colleger lace.)
Kicli Fancy Bonnets.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTIONS FOR
A tZ YCLLTrlmnwd Fancy and Hair. English
'if)U Straw Bmnets, Mines and Children's
Futts, Riding Hats and Millinery Goods, at less
than coat to close out our extensive balance of
SummerBonnets and Millinery.
Fine Plain Hair, full trimmed, with Soweis.
English Straws, do )o do from
Colored Straws and Chips, full trimmed, do
Rich Creap an 1 Blond, do do de
Silk and Siraw Chip, do do do
Beautiful Imperial Chips do do do
do Mixed with Pails Laces do
300 Misses and Children's Leghorn Flatts and Rid
ing liats, rrom 1 CO to 5 00
Likewise large stock of Paris Flowers, Lace Points. Shawl
J at very low prices. We must and will close out this extensive
siocKuus moiin. -o, now, laxiies, come out immediately and
supply yourselves at once, nd nake a grand torn-out on the
Fourth of July, at we are to ha re a grand celebration this year.
Call Inunedlatdiy for bargains at
E. WISE, Agent,
No. 46 Union Street, Up Stairs, next door to the
'ane2l. Sta'e Bank i.f Tennessee.
THIS fashionable and popular Watering Place has been put
in completo and thorough repair, aa will be opened ror
tbe accommodation of visitors and toarders on the 14th Inst . un
der the direction and management of Dr. D. T. SCOTY, whose
experience Is well known.
The regular Stage tine to Louisville now runs by the place,
ami an extra line of C laches from the Railroad to the Springs,
will be put upon the road immediately.
Board per day for less than one week. 82 00
Board per week . ,., , . jj ai
Board per month- 40
A liberal deduction wUI be made for families who wish to re
main during the season
TO Balls twice a week. July22-tf
LARD I LARD! LARD I
A. IT tort
SUPERIOR lot of Lard In ii and H bbls, put up express-
: uiiui uk, uu imuu Mm .01 saie at ro. . aiarket
worms a nn.
3 SO to 8 00
I SO to 5 CO
3 St to S 00
4 COtoG 00
10 OUtoIf 00
7 00 to 10 00
O O K S
Translated from from-the Fourth Par -JIER,MT.i
X . - . .Li I ' ".V; : '
BV M. MICHELETv t .
,Of the Faculty of Letters, Chief IrllhUtll'fUoa'of tlrJ
National Archives, Author of s "History of Frsn.9,' fcc., '
One volume, 12 mo. Bound la Muslin.
The Publishers can afford no letter Idea of this moat interesting
production, which has attracted so much attention in London and
Paris for rainy weeks, than, ly the following eloquent extract
from the work itself.
"Oh I for s Book "worthy cf Woman ? Where shall I find !tf
A holy Book a tender Book, bat one which shall not be enerva
ting ; a Book to strengthen without hardening, without blunting
her; which shall not trouble hex with idle (beams! a Book which,
shall not lead her Into the sadnessaad weariness, of the real into
the thorns of contradiction and discord Rook full of tha Peaee
of aod."UteAele J.'Jmovr.
Tito Three Eras or a Woman's Life.
' BY ELIZABETH "ELTOX SHITJI.
lfo. 12m. CUM.
IRVINC'S LIFE OF WASHINGTON.
- Complete In 5 vols. Umo.
W. T. BERRY it CO.,
Julj23 Public Square.
Harper for August.
Harper's Magazine for Aurust,just received by
HAGaN At JOnNSOS;
Leslie's Magazine far August,
Diclien's Household Words, Aegnr, '
Atlantic Monthly Magazine, Ac, fcc.,Ax., tor
August just received by IIAOAN c JOHNSON.
The Dime Songster,
The Dime Songster,
The Dime Songster, No-1, containing tho best
selection of Comic and Sentimental Songs, ever pnblisred, fourth
supply received this day Is quia titles by
HAGAN A. JOHNSON
MAGAZINES FOR AUGUST.
Harper's Msgs tine, .
Godey's. Ladies' Book,
Pi tarn's Magazine; :
Tho Great RepaMic "
Knickerbocker's Magazine. Just received by
July39 - : JOHN YORK A. COl
Love Froe the French ef Mitchelet. ""
Irrlng'sLIfe of Waihtn jtan Slh votuue,
Harpof lixayitrlngs, . u.
Love Me Little, Love Me Leusr, ,
Tennyson's Poena 2 vols "liiaTo -Lady
of the Isle, Zir,, "
Ylrgial Spring Directions to them.
The Bertram's, . . ; f
The Bachelor's Story,
New aod Old A Novel,
Walter Thornlay. ' ' f
Abbitt's History of the French Revelation,
Lteut-Ires Map of the War, - -
Art of Extempore Speaking,
Bryant's Letters. . .
Autocratof the Breakfast Table.
Ben. Sylvester's Words. Just received by
Jail) JOHN YORK A CO.
Plain aad Pleasant! Talk about Fruits.
Floters and Farming, by Henry Ward Beccher.
The Litenry Attractions of tha Bible Third Edition. ' '
Christ and the Inheritance of th. Saints Guthrie.
The Great Concern, by Dr. Adaau, Boston.
Eschatology or the Scripture Doctriee of the coming of tta
LorJ, tho Judgment, and the Resurrection, by Samuel Le. Just
received aad forsale by
CIUB. W. SMITH.
WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED DICTIONARY
1500 Pictorial Illustrations i
10,000 Nerr Words added to tha VOCABULARY
Just received aad for salt by
jaiy3o CPAS, w. gaiTn.
A FURTHER SUPPLY OF
TE3TAMENT3 ANDPSALM3wisBMte, '
TRACTS, TRACT PRIMMERS,HAND BILLS,
PICTURE REVTARD CARDS, Ac, Ac.
Justreceirtdby CHARLES W. SMITH ',
maygQ-tf No 41 Collexe Street'
C. P. It- JAMES' NEW NOVEL.
Printed from G. P. R. James's own manuscript,
FOR WHICH THE PUBLISHERS fcAY THE AUTHOR-
Sixteen Hundred and Eighty Dollars
THE CAVALIER, 1
AN HISTORICAL NOVEL,
BY G. P. R. JAMES, ESQ.,
Author of "Richelieu." "Lord Montagu's Page," "ArrahNeil,"
"Mary of Burgundy," etc. etc.
Compute in one duodecimo rolume of-Fire Hundred Paget
darie ur. in iico ol nee, tr cover, price One Del.
lar; or handtemely bound -in one Torume,
cloth, price $1 53. s
"LORD MONTAGU'S PAGE,"
An TITitorfcal Romance of the Seventeenth Centura. Sr (J
P.K.Jajft. One volume, l'-'mo. Price 31 23.
"JACK DOWNING'S LETTEB3."
UT MAJOR JACK H0V31SQ.
Price 23 cents, ia Paper,
THE CHILD OF WATERLOO,
BT O. W. it. JtEYaOLDS.
Complete in cne Tolume- Price 50 cents.
Forsale by y HAGAN,
JuneS-dAwtf 39 Market Street.
DR. KINO'S DISPENSARY
FOB PKIVATE DISEASES.
Dr. Sing, formerly of New York, for the last roar
years of Louisville. Kenlnek-T. n.t wtu. l...
voted his s&enticn to the treatment of private dtaeu. rrm.
thirty years, flatters himself, having attended to a praelce for so
many years, anircured so many thousands, be Is enabled to cars
all diseases of anrivateaature.no mailer how tui ih.n..t
from idjudicioos mgdieal treatment, or freo nexldet of their
- - - . ..u. vouenca street, Dctweea
Cherry and the Square, where he eures all ti!i-ir. ..r. i.
Qaxoauxi cured without saueioax med!e!n . i
Snicacxxsof old or recent dil, effectually cured in a few
ays, by an operation which eauaea no n!n. nk.,
exists, health cannot be enjoyed. Perhaps no disease castes
more mischief and undermines the constitution so much.
Brraius, with all the diseases ofthesktn,growlag out ofnst
Ict or bad treatment, can be effectually cured in a few days.
cuuau ii KAu.ua, (wiKuur anenuon nanus; bees given 1
his disease, aad all the consequences growing out of ILbrourtt
on In many cases by the destructive habits at Iceonrfd.Ai.
Youths and excessive indulgence of the passions, a neglect F
which will undermine the constitution, readerinrth auhiw ..n ,
for business or society, and causing premature old age.
Females who may be laboring with any dlficulty of the Were st
Day rest assured of Immediate relief.
Persoas residing abroad, by wntlnir and staiinr their eu.in.
afea enclosed, directed to Dr. A. King, No. SO Deadrick street
Nashville, Tennessee, will have the necesaa.rvBiFiIMtijtK.ei.
their address, with necessary directions. Strict secrecy observed.
Office hours from 9 oVloek In thtmornlng until Sin tho evenisr.
Wat. X. S1SXUKXS ,
Davis J. Dlaxcxrs.
I. S. 7XXJLUL.
FARKAK, DISIHUKES & CO.,
(Formtrly FARRAR 4t DI3MUKES-)
Vi0; -tlS-iCiOiXi.L.E OsJJf XfR.E E T,.,
A. B. Robertson's Stand.
tare associated ourselves in the
ROOT AND SHOE BUSINESS,
and have bought Out A. B.ROBERTSON.
Having united to stocks, we wilt conduct our fcsslnexicn s
greatly enlarged scale.
Wt have a splendid stock of goods aad ara also reedvlar t
beautiful lot of Ladles', Misses' and Children's work, in great
variety. We invite the customers or Tmxji ic Dissczxsan4
thepubHegeteraHy,tocallonuj,ajwe will sell Shoes at very
low prices for CASH.
J""2 FARBAR. LI3MTJKR
THE Nashville and North-wretern Railroad Company wish t
eoatract for 4U,U4lO Cedar Croas-Ties, 9 feet
long, G Inches thick, well hewn, to face at narroweat place not lea,
than 8 Inches clear of hark, timber to be sound, to be delivered at
tbe trade line or the road iaNaobvi'l.
The contractors want to contract tor HO.OOO White or
Post Oak Tics or th. . .. i
on the line of the road in piles foea section H to section S-k
enough on each section to supply the same.
Persona alshlngto Md wilt dkett to U PresHeat aad Direc
tors of the Nashville and North western Railrord Company.
Fire Insurance Agency.
City Fire Insurance Company, oi Hart
ASSETS, JULY 1st, 18G9 ..-325,608 04
Charter Oak Fire and Marine Insnranco
Corr.panr, of Hartford. Ct
CAPITAL................. ......$341,55G S3
OOLICIE3 Issued ur these reliable Companies by
Ro'nis to Rent.
OEVERAL handsome rooms to rent in the second and thlrut,
stories of the- tTaloa and. American Block, corner of Chem
and Spring streets Apply to J.O. GriiEtlu at the Union aadr
Amercian office, or o (mhQ W. t COOriR.