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B A. R. CAMP
IE A P.JON'E, j
, For Prwwenx,
' JOHN" BELL,
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rOR TEE ET-TS AT LABGE
BAILIE I ITI"TO. of Mnr,
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1 UlAYKORMNa JUNES 1860.
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A. S. CAUr i uu.
Ike jew Orleans Meetlne.
TTe learn from X-w Orleara papers that
the BfcLi. and Eterett meeting hId ia that
city, on the aigLt of the 30ih olt was one
of th lrt ao4 moft iaUreptinj tMrld in j
that city tor a long time. "Whether aa r-
cards enthusiasm, the ability of tb ieaker?,
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cr the in'.el'.ignce and respectability
crowds ia attendance, it was far ahead of
any other political meeting in that city this
,.r . ws rr.n.
season. It was
mutational Union men will do. whe they
.. r.. in. f,. r.-ith
T , cMnal hrlnirllB troT.lii:OW3eapr'-"-.u.
aa ai, w- j C7
.v. - -v, :.,r a .,n fin.l
UJ t- ' . .
their opponents in Louis;jna, fi.rmidable as
fold whea the gloriocs old Whi- banner
! ; . ul- , .f
Another Prefidentisl conUst ia at bind.
Another, and most momentous struggle, to
vercoa:e thoe common enemies cf the peace
and happiness of tie nation, the republicans
and the dmocracy, is about to be made.
The Opposition to thee parties, in the name
cf the Compilation and the Union, Lave a
mighty work to perform, which will lak
their utmoM energies. Bad as the political
conrlitioa of ihe country vras in 1836, it has,
under the rule of the democratic adciiLtra-
until, at this time, it exhibits fuch symp'om
of corruption and decay aa must alarm the
most hopeful friends of Iree inslitations. Not
content with increasing the public xpenui-
tures and bankrupting the treasury, the pow-
. . . ..:... .1 . : . I
era tnat DC nave prosutuieu iu-- piiuuajir I
and ii.2t.enre of the government to mb.-iXze I
the press, to pervert the oaUol box, acj to I
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bribe legislators. Thire never has been a
period in the history of the nation when tLe
robes of virtue, and honesty, and patnou.'m I
bang so loosely upon those intrusted with I
the government; and to baleful hare been I
the effects, almost every department of ho- J
ciety ha3 been, in some d-.-gr-e, aacted. Un nwiy; and any endeavor to lew-en the infli:
lesa the uncorrupted masses shall exert their ence of Gov. E::..ws by captious exception to
power -na arrest tae tiue oi nii'i wnicn ia i
flowing, the destruction of this government
U inevitable, for we hold it to h: r.n axiom
that no sovt-rnment can lonx e:iTt wnicn is
not fonndid upon public virtue und adminis
tered by men of iiain: peach ubl-- Loae'y ar:d
integrity. To presrve the government from
wreck, and to p.rjnuate the lisiL'gs ol
civil and n li!0!is l'btrty.is the chief olj'-cts
of the organiza'ioa ot the Conatitutioaal
Union 1'iU !y. Under ti- sLiadard
of the Coustitutioa and ihj Uuion, it
evks to reitcre th government to its
priaiane puriiy und viijor, to enforce a
higher code of political t-tLics. .nd t iulro
dace an era f economy and ofCci.il integrity.
As an earnest of their j-il eerily they have
elected a their ag-nts mrn of vast experi
ence, of distinguished ability, and whose re
cords are without a ttaiu torully tbcin men
against whom have b en utter vl but one re
proach, that of being "too go5d art preach
which, as with a pencil cf fi .me. portrays the
laxity t tbe political morals of the time,
and the necessity t improvement. Purer
and better men thaa Ecu. and Kvebett have
never been presented to the American Peo
ple for their suppoi
t In no respect what-
,..- 1- ti .. .. I
orthy. In all the atlri- j
ever are they unwor
bates which render men great and good they j
are. at this day, without rivals. With Johx j
Lh twiU r.l Ti nnesf-ee. have wn
fm liar since the davs when our State be
aito assume a leading position in the po
litical etruggle cf the country, and, through
her chiefs, to win distinction. They regaid
h m with interest heightened by tbe rever
ence and affection which they bars ever en
tcrt uned for him aa one of tbe ablest and
ta'ett ct their councilors. Tbongh icsj fa
mil arly knowa to them, Edward EvcRrrr
occupies a place ia their hearts but little le-s
prominent. For both they will labor with a
zral which has never ben surpassed. Let
others do s they may, the Opposition of
Tennessee will discbarge their whole dntjr;
and it their example be followed, ueceM will
perch upon our standard.
- And there Is not a supporter of the Cell
and Everett ticket, North or South, who ex
pect, if Ihey are elected, that tdavrry exten
sion will be tolerated by thiradminUtrutioa.
To Tote, then, for Bell and Everett, i the
same ad to vote for Douglas or Seward, so far
as territorial rights are concerned. The vote
is la effect to yield up our claim to cutry
sUvery into tbe territories to nay, that sl
ery shall remain where it I to srrow d-1 -Btr
to Income less profitable, and nuslly
Unproftimle 1 o ferment and at last to reach
IbeSewaid culmination and be kboiuhed.
We are surprised and humiliated at Ihe i(
liberality and intolerance of oar good friend
of the MaiL Never was there penned a par
agraph more grossly unjust and more fla
grantly at variance with recorded facts thaa
tbe above. Wt asnerl that terry suppert-T
Of the Bell and rverett ticket. North and
South, expects, if Ihey are elected, that l.t
ery txtenrioo will be not only 'lol Tated"
bat encoaraged by their administration. We
aay this becaase Mr. Bklx. was nominated
iipoa bis rtcord in flew of and upon hi rt
cordrd optauM and bis plltc aeu, and they
ihow him to be it fmr of tbe "diffusion aud
extension" or slavery. Ia bis grrat speech
on tbe Compromise ot l&SO, Mr. Bioj. uxd
the following Ungasge :
. Dat, sir, bumsnity to the slave, pet lei
thaa justice to the master, recotsmeodt the
policy ot dtfttton artd ezunttc into any Dtw
territory adapted to iu condition, and the
reasons are too obvious to be isisuuderstood
tj the dullest intellect.
Tt's Lj certainly as explicit u language
COO Id express; and, taking it for granted that
oar fritnd cf the 3ld does pot desire 10 mis
represent ihe opinions, or do iojasiiee to tbe
chancier of Ur. Ettx, or h a supporters,
ball expect ft prompt retractioa or th no
XoaaJ! tvaKftiat ectU Bti is tit aWT
-rrrs-? i-fte Talneoftlx Colon. - "-. '
The greatest and best na of thia countrv
have generally refased, ia their public oot
giYing, to Ket a Talae upon the Unioa of tie
States conytitatiag ouir Republic. When
thejbave been brought "to coa tern plate tbla
abject thej hare frankly expressed their in
abiliiT to estimate its value. Tbey bave
avoided it as among the greatest ofpolitical
calamities. Bat in later times there has
grown op a different eentinent among cer
tain classes of mea. - Toe ATussolulioa cFlbe
bond which holds these Stat-s together baa
come to be regarded in some quarters a3 a
matter of small consequence, and in others
um an- object or patilotlc defcire.r:IIence at
k Vnrth and the Scuta we find disunion-
I isls verse, and others who, though professing
attachment to the Union, give aid and com
fort to the disun'wnists by sajing that the
UVion. with all iU blessings sad eacrcd mem
ories, is anite a secondary affair. And thee
ioi,r o-b 5n nnr tstimatioD. the more dun-
IbVS S- f
croiis class cf the two. Admitting that
there U nothing at present which would be a
Talid caue for a dissolution, they jet pat
bvpotheticel cases, which might justify
severance of the Stafc-a. Doubtless many are
i -"e o"""
micjsU.r t() tj overthrow of tne Union, rr
i . .. m c',iK..i in Rnv sense wua tue
I dljcnioiilj'ts. But th? motive dots not a iter
aL(1 tLe tendeasy. If once they e s-
uUisb lLe i:npres.,ioa that the Union ia of
llttle con-Mquence, it ie eapy to take the text
etep and make it of no consequence at a.l
A':dfcomc. at least, we Ulieve, inowiDg
ihat this ia the tnreet wcy to bring about th
f ital rc?tilt. adcxt it in the most expedient
and available catun?.
A ccrrerponu! at of the Union ar.dAnmcan,
of Sunday last, for era mple though we do
cot charge this to Le the anvwui takes ex
ceplion to a strocg expression of oerovion
to the Union in a pch by Ex-Oov. .r.
Eeows ia the EaltimoreConventin, in whicn
the Fp-iaker sa!J: -I would not sv.ap tLe
Unica of theec Static for all tLo niagers and
inua.-i... - - . -
it.;, .nuntr an! ell the hms tnat swim tDe
I k v w , - t
The correspondent savs be could not '-Mb
scribe to a wctimen: s-o flamuiai.og .o u..
. t - .- x 1 1
I . t,r v r. iito- f. - nnr
tbe noo.e --"' J""- ,;,
part, u-a canno. v -a
I now any pair.o.u.
lovtr of his country can
I onvtbin' ' huinliiatiDi; in i'- But v.e can
s'.-e anjmio0 """"" ' . r rc.
i ; :!inrr - in trif. run verse
e evers uuu....-w..? -----
of the sentimeat-a coM.caiculatmg, mercen-
try valuation tf the Uu'wn by the measure
of negrK-3, laauuraclurt'S. raiiroau srociis auu
hips. Ve fhould be Ihe last to eny the
man who cou'.d thus calculate tae vaue oi
bis countrr. Vc fhou'.d about a? ?on en-
gage in the 6al3 of our wives onu cniiurea
fur alike recompense oi-jscts wLica aefa.in-j
the devotion of our ncaris. zwi i-j mmui-.i.-
of our !iv:?? ir rxec ary, xor weir r.wa-
lion. Tbirc m notlilng wtwr in theprcs?-
ion or sentiment of Gov. Kuowx whieh im-
plies a iaciifice of the constitution or the hon-
of'the good citizen, lie had ju liuKeu
the -coi2s:;tuliOnr the L liion, anu tue enio.ci-
m-nt of the laws togetur, tarn a tntm .wu
all price, and made them inseparable. They
were inseparable then in L:? mind and v.ii.,
we trut, be ins-parai.le in '-n l. ri ioj0'
. 1 i .. .. .1 , ; .- r-rL. t liraill T . n .V ( V C) t
at n of-a-.s uif-i gi'vi h"-- f -
thought and his eloquent lips pov.tr ot utt.-i-
. ... .? 1 1
ance. Hitaout tne constuuiion mere iuum
kave been uo such Lmon as we now toal
ndlove, a;:d without such aUniou there can
be no such con-t.tu'.iou as wo revere ai.a are
pltdgt-d to wpho'd and maintain. Any ifibrt
to detract from tbe value of the Ln:ou hj
..ucb means astbisi.s labor v.or.'ethan thrown
ucb sentiments win not o ny prove idtne oui
will turn to biltviness ot the toagu? th-it ut
TLe St. Louis A"ir., it v.i'.l be ietol!ected
bj the read.r3 of the Patkiot, was a warm
and z-alou tupparler of Hon. Edwaud
Batls for ice Chicago nouiin-ition for the
Presidency. From the ful joined article.
they will le-irn that it r.o v esiouts the
caue of Eei. and Evlbent:
I rum tea St. Lou 13 Sw.
Tbe Culwu ' leket In .llourl.
The ncc-pance bv the Hoc. Edward Evt-
ett of Ihe uim:r. ition of the Union party for
ihe ice 1 reMd-.-ncT, C"m Ietes tbe pro
grann.nip marked out by the late Convention
at Eal.imwre, at:d b aves notfc'.eg f irther t4
Mk on the part of the t 'p;H:oo of Missouri.
In fxd'.ence to iai overwailm;ng wibe l
tho great body of t?e opponents ot the D.-ia-
oarattc party irs jli.-ouri, nut li-sa tban in
ccordnce wit a our own ronvictious of pub
lic duty, we auaounce our purpiwe lo yield a
hearty support J-Ln Bell, of TeLM.aee,
tor Pi e-'i'i-nt. and Edward Urerett, of Ma-
achusetts. tor Vice l'serideat of the Uniti.iJ
The Opl""'sitio'i of IJisuri have a proud
consciousuei-a that in supporting the ticket
Btllaud Kventt, they are supporting men or
incorruptible integrity, fnatioual lauie. and
f tit,nsr evrience ia th- uublic service.
w; Gu.uir ibein fr tb Mku stations tor
which thi y are named. Jn addition to their
un'oiemteu rcpumuon m. u ,Be pa.noi
xrm of Bell und Kvrrctt is aa broad as the
Republic itself. They baire never beta iu
volved in any sectional tri?e. It ia a re
markable fact a signal and admirable co
incidence that should arrest tb: attent'ontT
every patriot in tbe land. tbt of ail the
statesmen btlotiing to the South. John Cell
has most ot the respect acd confidence of
the people of the North. And ot all the
Northern slatestneu, no one is o innch be
loved and trusted at the South a Edward
I not the ticket of B-U and Everett a most
noble one fur all tie friends of t lie Uuion.
oia North and south. to rally around? The
jealousy of neither part ot the Republic would
be aroused by the success of the ticket. The
.Suih would" get its fivorite among all 11 e
public men of the Not tb. The or. h would
get it favorite among all the public men of ihe
ioulb. The era of coulidence, good ieeling,
fiaternity and love, would be rctlored W
twfen the North and tbe South.
Tb-; patriots of Missouri were determined
to woi k with hearty jcal iu lb noble caue
cf Etll aud Evrt'it. Their zeal will be in
sjiiiel 'y a vrrll grounded cotifld-'iiCt
f success. The first Opposiri'.n votes
of M.ssouri fr President uud Vice Presi
dent can aud ii be given for the illii.sliious,
iuct-rruptible patriots. Bell and Evcieit.
ikpucn G. Ksknedt, whoe ettradiiion
was refuse-1 upon a riquisltioa from Gov.
IJakris, of this SUte, has been given up by
Got. L'a.v.MON', ct Ohio, a sicond requiniiioti
having bveu u utile. In the Crt instance the
nquisitiou wus Laud on a charge of negro
stealing ; i" b e oud. ot stealing jewelry.
The f irst Ittatrirt.
Vv's Lavtf alreaoy iulormvd 1 ur rt4 b rs that
Col. Wat. Jtl. ExAbiOun baa bee u nominated
as a candidate for Presidential H ect. r iu the
rst district, on the Constituiloual Uuion
ticket. Tbe Convention whl.b nomlnsUd
him met at Greoevill-, u the 'Cth uit Dr.
E. II. ll.lMi-KN, Of Seller, presiding. We
leata lrotn tbe Joneeloro Irrns that the
proceedings were harmonious anl emboli
at"w. Spetchs were nssde by Mer. Cau
waix, Tirros, Tatlob, FttTtutu, routir
and others. Tbe Jjyrew ajs
We were pl atd to iearo frui the dele
galea io attendance, th it thu niuuuati ns of
Bell and Ef.rvti wre, ia Ikeir re-peclive
rouatim, cordially endvMred by the Couatitu
tiint Uaiua nseu, and tbii tsany I. mocrats
I in d of agiiBtkia and tii-suud withta-tr
party leaders, wonld cou cp la tbe sp
proachlng coo lot and uk tbvir stand upon
tb Ptatl4S9 of th Con.tiUitio4i, tbe UuiwO,
and the EutuiCcaett f Um Laws.
Ij add.tioa to the District EUctor, the
CoaTcalioa p po otel catrtlcctvii irevtry
oast ia tit Au'a-ct
TBr, FHlmcre's Position. " -'"
Hon. IIgracb Matxaed stated In the Eoasc
of Eepresentative3, Saturday, that he bad re
liable authority for saying Mr. Fhamoes
would not popport the Chicago nominations.
Gen. Cldeon J. Plllovr on the Politi
cal Iaaaea which Divide tha Demo
cratic Party A Good, Plea lor Doug
la. We 2nd ia the Memphis Appeal, of laat
ThursdayaJong letter from Gen Pnxow on
the political issues which divide and distract
the democratic party.
We leara froai thi3 letter that the writer
Is oftbeobiaioa that, tha Constitution of the
United States" authorizes "owners of'slave
property to carry that species of property in
to the territories, that the territorial legis
latures cannot interfere lawfully with this
right, that where tbe territorial legislature
refuses to enact laws for theprotection of
slave property, and it is taken from him or
impaired, he has a remedy in a civil suit for
damages in the federal court, and ail the
power of the government to enforce its d
mand that Congress cn and ought to pass
lawa cf a penal nature for the further pro
tection of his rights. Eut, ought thedeinaud
for lawa of this character to be made now?
As the right does not depend upon this de
mand, and i3 not impaired by waiving it, ne
is of the opinion that the demand should cot
be made. Wbj ? lie answers
'For the reason that the Government is in
ft crippitd condition, and unless ihe South would
preier diM lution to temporarily suspending
this demand, we should not now make the
demand. The Government ia crippled and
potctriest to meet our demand, because one
branch of its legirlative department is under
the control of a political party that disregard
tbe plain requirements of the Constitution,
violate their oaths lo support that instrument
and deny our rights under it. It is, there
fore, clear tbi'.t 10 make such demand now
would force the South into the position of
mbmitting to wrong, or of disi-olvmg ihe
Union itielf. If we make the issue we must
maintain it. Are we ready now for dissolu
tion and its consequence-? Some are, doubt-iej-s,
but the gr. at body of the fcjoutbern peo
ple are not yet prepared for o momtciou
an evmt. Tuey have cot despaired ot the
protec'ien of that Government. They think
ihey can right the noble fchip, and uulil they
have made the proper cfioiia they are op
posed to its destruction. Such ia my own
upinioa. I think we can right the ship
atid drive out lhi piratical portion of the
The General continues aa follows :
IJow, you ask, cfin this be done? My an
swer i-, at the billol lna. This is the consti
lulional mode of correcting all grievances in
our Governm- nt. Let the national Demo
cratic party, aided by all conservative par
ties, tin lie their energies and crush out the
Republican parly. That being done, let the
South demand the pa-sttge of such laws as
utcessary to protict the rights cf the
slaveholder ia the Territories. This demand
should, t the pn-prr iimt, be made of Con
gre-s, whose duty it is, under the Constitu
lion, to puss the law. Eut it would be the
extreme of lolly to make tbe demand while
that bodv is under tie control of a political
party claiming to be govtrened by a ''higher
law thi-. i the Constiutton. IT ihe demand
ehauld fiot tiow be made of Congress, hy
fhf'uld w'm make the demand of our allie3in
a party council, oouvened to make prelimi
nary airangtments for the great battle which
is to rescue the Government from a party
which threatens to sweep away all our con-
s-titutioiiul righU? The Republican party
at-;; the cn-H.ies ot our rights, and seek to use
the power of the Government to destroy
hem. .Northern Democrats are out ailus.
Tney have fousat the Republican cariv a
hundred battles in vindication of our rights.
Many of the purest and noblest of these pa
tiiots have tallen in these conflicts. We
um.-t co-oicr this Republican Daily at the
0.1'lot-bAX. or surrender our rights, or fight
lor those rights whether in or cut of ihe
L'niya we must meet the same .foe. Why,
then, should we, in party council, by an un
reasonable demand a to the time, embairass.
cripple, di.s jiiii our allies in the great battle
si.ou to come off? Ought we not rather to
consult thi-m as to the lust means ot secur
ing .the victory? Should we not arm them
with weapons ihey understand the use of!
They know the enemy, and better understand
ihau we do how to tiht them successfully:
Their si eiion cf the country is to be the baUle
ground. Vict'jrti is our gan tifftut our lost.
Hie Northern Democracy have ever been true
10 the Constitution, tn all Us parts. They have
a thousand iinir.'s defended u.- from the assaults
ol this same fo?, and have never faltered in
defending our rights. Shall we then now
distrust them ? Shall we tie vp their hands t
S ';tll we disarm thtm.nnd strike down their
cicvj lt"drt ulio is covered all over tcith scars,
rectiitd m Laillu.j for our rights f Shall we
br. ak no all lUo lies which hive so long ?ub
aisted with 1 hem our allied and thus make
the Republicau victory over them and our
sties sure and easy? Shall we demand of our
uliie, in party council, that which we fail to
d-m.iud ol the national Congress, and by do
ing so render their struggle with the enemy
bop.-lcs.-? Can we not belter acd more safely
triut them than we can ihe Republican parly?
What right have we ever demanded of tue
Northern Democracy that they have not re
C'-srtiiz d? What act of injustice have they
iinpo.-d upon us? Away, then, with Ihe folly
the niudiitHS ol destroying tiie great uatioaal
party , and ia doing so ot lulling into the handa
ol the Ri publican party; raiht-r than for iht
pri:e7it withhold the deiuniid for the assertion
ot a right in a party platform, w hich we do not
waive, or coiuproims, or surrender, wiibout
wuich ne have lived aud piospt-red foi neaily
a ceulur, and which is not bkely soon to be
ol any practical lalue to us (il uow granted).
Should we not rather aid our friends to vic
tory? should we not assit-t them iu getting
tbe power to enable them to meet ur de
nianti? Let it uot be said that the chosen
lcad. r presented by the northern Democracy
deisits our rights, and is not a good Dcn.o
crat. Some have said that he was CO better
than a Republican. Mr. Douglas, in all
questions iuvo ving the powers of the Fede
ral G vernmeiit and the rights reserved to
the Slates, occupies the itriciest State rights
ground, lie recognizee all the provisions .f
tne Constitution guaianteeing slavery. II
denies the power of Congress to intern nt wi h
slavery iu ihe Territories. He claims for the
people ofthe Territories the right 10 settle the
question of slavery for lbinelvti sulgrcl
only to Hit Constitution of the Unitrl Stilts. In
the t-Xercit-e ol thia right, hi claims that ihey
may, by unlriendly l-'gialatiou, exclude it
from the Territories. Tne republican party,
on the contrary, piofrss to be governtd by a
b giier law than the Constitution; they deny
ihe coiiktiiiiiional giiiirantiea of tbe slate
hold T, and disregard their oaths to support
that instrument, aud claim for Congress the
power totally ! prohibit slavery iu the Ter
ritories. Mr. Douglas' error, (if it be ons),
li a the tide ot popular rights, lie is, there
lore, as far removed as possible from Repub
licanism. That he is a sound national Dem
ocrat, according to all the ancient test of
ptity faith; that be is eminently patriotic,
aud is al'.ogi'iber Uustoi thy; that tie is bold
and fearless In stowing, and posM'cd of
unsurpassed ability in maintaining hucoa
viciious, is proveu ty bis whole public life.
Tb l:UniouJ WtUdlux Captain
fccolt and Madame liodlaeo.
Wasuisotox, May 29, 1S60.
The torch of Hymen ba to-day been the
beu-.on-light around which gossips have ral
lied, distnlcg the proay debate of the Capi
tol, and even jilting the Japanese. Su Johu'e
Cuuicli has Uttt tbe rallying point, and a
gjodly arscmblage waa songregated there at
"nigh lfl " to wilnrs tbe uuptiabtwf Cap
taiu Scuti, of Her Mnj sty's Anelo-Iudiaa
reriire. to Madame la tttronne de Bodisco,
re.icl of ibeloiunT Eaibaador of the Em
peror oi ibe Kui at out Republican Court.
J'rHpus yucrf. Some cnend-lweuty years
go, whtuyour coire?poudent waajuslcom
nteuciiii( a Bohemian lite, old BAfjo de Bo
dtsco wrol over to the healthy higbta of
Georgetown and thera located. It was toon
whispered that he badien. among the bloctn
jug pupila of the then CourUhiog Feioale
S uiuar of Mias Kagl.sh, the Ju.o-likc Miss
linnet "William, aud that be waa ia lov
with her. A lew oioaiha tn'rr,aod the quiet
obi burg was all aa.ir w'.ia tbvir wrddiug.
ll was a grai.d u flair, aud lie pleus nt
toaus.ou f ibv Willums f.mily was ctuwded.
w ita -the ood. ibe great. ta gittcd aad the
gay' as Id 4Jr. Cusils iised to say wire
pitnt when bis graiidujoibt-r wss married
1st George Washing 1 00. llenry Clay fe
it lo blushing brwl. and ihe Crt groows
maa'aa Mr. F..x, the Entiab 3IiuUer. All
the UiploBiauc nrf wore ihair lull uulfof ma,
a:id aiicr tbe wed eg e. rtmouy la fVfU
went in sute to Um id gruoai's resKleoce,
where ttKre was regal catrrUiotscOt.
The Baroa Ut tu bride to su Peters.
Lr, w here be waa the ac know led td
Ul.e cf the A a tarsi's lacperiai coart, aid
wkea lit ftppearrl at U WtuVq Uan ca
ber return, in tbe Russian" national dress,
with a magnificent diamond necklace on ber
fiae shoulder, she waa. indeed, queen-like in
her lovelicess. There is a ptctnre of ber,
painted then, which will bear ice out in this
assertion. . 1
1 ears passed on, until some seven or
eight winters ago the old Baron gave up
the ghost, and was interred in the picturesque
cemetery at Georgetown, his devoted wife
following him (as is tne custom of bis conn
try) on foot to the grave. She leaned on tbe
arms of his nephews, one of whom wore the
gorgeous onuorta rf the.KussiajiIinpenal
Gnard, whil? the other wore a diplomatic
aostame. . . . .
The Baron left five or six children, the
two oldest having been taken islo tbe Rus
sian corps of cadets. H'.s widow has since
divided ber time between St. Petersburg and
here, visiting, en passanle, tbe principal courts
f Europe, at which she was always a wel
come guest. uBtlU et blende,' as she became
more substantial in figure, ber complexion
appeared to grow fairer. Many are the of
fers which she is said to have refused among
them Sir John Craropton, (who was so un
ceremoniously basiled awav from here bv
Mr. Marcy.) recently married to a daughter
or iaiie, the eompiser.
Captain Scott, who Is a very gectleman-
Iiiie. quiet person, returning on turlousrb from
service in India, met Madame De Eodisco.
He followed her here, and to-dav he has led
her to the altar. It was an affaire du-eorur,
and it is whispered that the bride, in gaining
a bn-band, forfeits ber Russian peasion aa th
widow of a diplomatist, and also a portion of
the income whicn she haa eijoytd by the
tfaron s tast win ana testament.
All this has has been the topic of talk at
the clubs, in the committee-room, and in the
parlors for a week back. Waa it a wonder,
men, tnat tne mile r-piscopsi Jnurch n
President s Square was nll.-d I
Carnage after carriage drove op,, an de
posited la creme as la. crtrne ol fashionable so
ciety, dec-lighting the h art of Jenkins, who
had come on from ftew lork to "do?J the
ceremony for one of the leading paoere.
Those who desire to know what each lady
wore, ana to cave a list cr the scobs pre
sent, foreign and native, will buy hisaccouut.
At latt. in sailed the bride, majestic in
purple silk of elaborate getting up, and
wearing so Jenkins informed me a white
chip hat, with laces of marvelous value. She
leaned on the arm of J. Ii.. who sported a
snow-white cravat and vest, and made a most
respectable lookingwe defarniUe, for one ap
pearance only.. .... .
The bridegroom wore bis uniform the on
gainly, bobbed-off, scarlet frock-coat of the
British army, with the Prince Albert hat, aud
a formidable-looking sword. Lord Lyons
and the other diplomats English, Kus-ian,
Mexican, and from other Courts were all
Kev. Dr. Pyne did not officiate, having
given way to some clergyman from tne
parish church of the bride, in Georgetown.
'I he cm raeny was duly performed, aud then
(tell it not at Lancaster.letitnot be whisper
ed at Wheatland.) Mr. Buchanan kissed the
bride. Jenkins wept with emotiou at this
Two ot the bride's brothers were present
one the husband of a niece of M. Do Bodisco,
the otner an oflieer ot the Luited States
Navy. To enumerate the fair spectators
would be ta tell the bead-roll of metropolitan
beauty, aud invading the province of Jenkins.
Oi course the bride was cordially congratula
ted, ana wiieu she lelt in the 1'reMdeut s car
riage with him aud her gallant husband, all
wished her God speed! Ths happy couple go
North this afternoon, and will soon start lor
his post of duty in India,
Clarksville, Tenn., May 31, 1SG0.
To the Editors Nashville Patriot:
Gentlemen: I have tried to forget the kind
treatment I received at your neighboring
city, Clarksville, bat by such attempts I
have felt somewhat depressed, and in justice
to many kind gentlemen who recognized me,
I am in duty boo ad to say I visited that
goodly city. I had the pleasure of visiting
Dr. A. L. Hamilton, President of the Female
Institute, who by the way, is one of my old
stand-bys, and if I could only show to you
the way in which he received me and con
ducted me through bis establishment you
would know be was pleased, to have his
friends to call and see him. Tbe new ur
rangementa for the coming session for bis
Institute, with the improvements now under
construction will astonish the good citizens
of his own city much less those at a distance.
His arrangements for next session will ac
commodate three hundred boarding students
without any difficulty, the buildings being
large, convenient and well ventilated. Too
much cannot said for the Doctor and his
That new Hotel, Moore's, nearly completed
speaks well for tbe energetic Proprielar. He
is kind, pleasaut and energetic no one can
object to bouse or proprietor.
Fi iends at tbe Chronicle effice seem not to
fear the hard times they are healthy, hearty
and full of fun.
Many new houses seem be going up that
really give life to the appearance of the
place and no doubt if it were not for the
Hills and Hollows'' it might compete with
any place North of Mason and Dixon's line
or Monk's Saloon.
."Mr U'inilow, an experienced nuree au
ema:epbyt!ic!an,hasa noolhiag ayrap for children
eethiD, which jreatiy facilitates the process of
Uieth:2.bysortcningthes-om.re lucing alliattaua
on wiliiliay all pain and Is sure to reguiatethe
bowels. Depend upon It, mothers, It wlllgiTerevt
o yourselves and relief and health to your infant
Perfectly aafo In all c:i.-.:s. So sdrfrrlienient a
A&vkts 10 LAiiiBi. We aro aware tbere are maay
of our Udy readers who are compKinng of wpokDStw
and debility. 0ir advice is to go at once and get
some of Jlt LitAM'a STRrxcTHKXisfl Cokoul ai Blood
ri tunes. It is a delicious Tonic, and Ju?t the thinj
to Strenithen and !nT'ralc ILe whole Oranint'on,
and purify too ltloud. Sc advertis'jxent in another
column. v mylP-d&wIm
Save Your Horse.
"We tike grat pleasure in recoramending the
Menran Mustang Liniment ai a valuable and indis
pensable nrlicle for Sprains, Sores, Scratches or Gala
00 Horse?. Our men have it for severe Burns , Bruis
es, Sorts, stiff Joints and Rheumatic Pamr,aDd all
say it ucts like magic. We ue no other IJntmrnt.
J W. HEWITT,
Foreman for American, Hired. 'u's aud Jf ells, Kar
go Co.'n Fspreas."
GeutJemen : 'I had a negro man worth 11,200
who took cold from a bad hurt, and was useless for
over one yesr; I had u?ed everythin; 1 could bear
of wi houl beavCt, until I tried the Uaftang IJci
ment. It has perfectly cared Litn.and I can now
take the above price for him.
Every rianter. Teamster and family abould bare
this invaluabln article. SoM by ail re?peruble deal
era throughout tbe world.
marl-lm Proprielom, Vew York.
Hollow a) Cilia. Nervous dinordera ori(
inateia lt Cmd. ,tbw brain or the Bervons system,
and c,.nse;ucnUy require force potent remedy u as
sist nature la ber fuoctioa and for wblcb, ihe.3 med
k iaes are admirably adapted, as they re!!re ths
brd and rtomacb, the Very maJ a springs of Us, and
by erp-!hr. lbs uabealtliy ohtrucuAs, ro lore en
ergy and vigor. mayud-lw
OV TVESIUY MuKVlSU.JOk hh.at lOodock.
B'-bj.I. IhitaiiOi. wdl artl, aclbOttt rrrT,
furcsltaA lav-xr of supcriwr rau-bt LsaUier, Clf ,
aad Rip tsho-s Mock, JttM received per tuutrcad,
coasit'ti( m prt or
fW Patent Leather B--Kts;
Catf opera btt ;
Super oxford :e;
YUIAS B iwc,et3.,rte..eto.
We t' J tbu Muck npeciily to tbscy re
la.l trade. Sat p-it.re i Uj. bifh M btdr.
ut-sj. f. ni.ixi a t-xi. ,
JjseA. CeuL-al AactMia Kuma, College K.
Tbunderlag Distress Salf.
T r:lme V. luicus
V T ILL scii Tw4ay axirsiec ai, Jaaw btU, 1S0,
Kitea Tboas ftd ituiisra mrvii cl tiu4ias
boot, buuud Id b auh! retfart-Taj OX Curt r prices,
tor 04 cana b-.- U.m .! trt itrt.
Tbe a4.a ctuu ut Iny iwaa, a use ooos ia
f'"l nrvii , iswu axt (AM i( nr r4 aad
s4 of very tx-r worataajitbip aaJ ibe bat
eaisrui. A so, t itt Tbooaaiid Uwuars aMTtb of tae
Bo" J ssAds tlwtb eg ia have iw cCvr.
4 i AittUwi ar piit ai la a:a ct y. Uot sarp
aas Ui.i caa rta aif rf atis toimt aad bv
IN, IAA Uie UB M awM )ilf alltiiSS.
1ias Aiis s4r IiMujO, mar t)40a
CM t tMM sajBtUsiury imiitm bwtoa cayabja W
tb aaak ol Ttocav ai .Saait n- te.
For New Orleans,
AND STEAMER JAMES WOODS.
THS nagrificect Steamer
J.VO A. t lSB B, leaves'
here tt 12 o'clock, THIS t AY.
tbe 6th iaat , w-.ih freight and paacugers lor ihe
J&mes Woods. For freight or passage ar-r'y oa
board or to
A. HAMILTON-. I n .
jane5-lt H. H. HAKKIOX , J AEnls-'
Auction Sale This Day.
BENJ. F. SHIELDS &. CO. wilt sell this morning,
at 10 precisely, a vry fuuenor Sloci , Z Flue
futent Leslber and C!r kin, Boots and Shoe,
ad-pted to the city retail trade. Also, 120 pain of
Men's and Bny'i Summer Pan:s; 100 pieces of Sills
Berage Handkerchiefs, etc. Sale positive and itu
out teserye for cash. , j. ;iuce5-lt
NASH & MARK,
WILL DO TO HAVE IX CASE OF
Loss or Damage by Fire,
No. 25 College St., .Aahvtlle, Teoii.
j u ne5-tf
16 YEARS OLD.
tXTE have received a email lot of Apple Brandy
1 from Noith Caroliua, EAd to be sixteen years
old, whit ii we behere t'i be e.rictly pure, and ai
represented. ..fclXYWl' & bliilH.
A L, S O
rf bond, caikef James' IT;?nn?s-y Braidy, (Vin
tage of 152), which wo think will fis.t tlie most
Ltl.LYhfT K SMUH.
A 1 S O-
ALOT of choice Wh-ssy. in store since 18aP, and
wb.ch defy comt ti.in .
LELLYETT & ?HT:I,
jcneS-lm Nos. lOand 12 Marki streot.
Teunessee & Alabama Railroad.
CJlAMiK OF SC1IKDUL.E.
CouimenelnK Snodav, June 3d. 1 SCO.
Iave Xashviile at.....
Arrive at Kshvilie at..
..4-15 a. m. and 3 r. s.
..Iu A. M.BLl5r. M.
Leave Nashville at ....... .
Arrive ul Naehvilic at.... .
THE Morning Train going i-'outh connects with
Memphis and Charleston Railroad at tx-cator.
The Evening Tram goiui huuiu connecte at Colum
bia mith Train toMouul t'leawiiit and Fuiatki.
Tbe kvdumg Train goh.g North m;ikes close, con
ncction at Nashville wiih Lojisviiie aud Nashville
Ka lroad from aud alter louday, iiay Tth, to Louis
vilie aud all Eastern c:ties. But one train on Sua
iay. W. O'.V. I'K..KINd,
JOUIVS & CKOSJLCY'
Improved Cutta Ptrclia Ccmtnt Roofiag.
IS THE CHEAPEST ASD MOST DURABLE ROOFING IX TSE. IT
lo run: aud watik pkoo.. It cm be aunlied ti xim-
und oijo (iooFa or all Kiwi and to old tnuigie roots
v itlurjt n-moring the skinyles.
TtlE COST 13 ONLY' AUuLT ONE THIRD THAT OF
TIN, AVl U 1U ICE A.-5 DU.lABl.E.
GCTTA PEKCIIA CtVKM for oretervins and rstjairinir
Tlx and Mlial Ko. ra ol every doscription.
irom its great elasticity, u not injured hv the enn-
trictioti and extansion 01 u.etals. and will net eiarh
in cold n-rrun in warm wither. Ihui-e mat-uia
have boeu thoroughly UstcU iu New Yort and alt
parts of the SoutUet u aud Western States, aud we
can give abundant prutT ot" all we claim iu their
iht-y are readily applied by ordinary laborers, at
a trifhug expense.
' NO HEAT IS ItEQCIPED."
These materials are put up ready for use. and far
shipping to all parts ofthe country, with lull printed
directions fix pp ication.
Full descriptive circulars will be forwarded on in.
plication b mail or iu person, at our principal olU-
es Sin BKOAI WAY, .ippcsite t. Niebulah H. tel )
N.Y., 3iy FULTON SI.; (opposite Cltv Halll BKtXlti.
LYN. JOHNS Jt CRoLkY.
Ladies' French Dress aud Tack
ing Ti links
a O U ? IV A M AUK.
i'Z College Street,
Ladies' aud Gtnts- Fine Trunk?,
UAS receiveil a 'ditional supplies of Ladies Extr 1
Large Dress Trunkx, of tue latest sty ies. Best
.i.ghth 6- te Leather S-tovl Spring Trunks; Ii.iien'
Boni.et Boxes, Kinglo and toulileiup; Vluus, Baga,
ti-:., Ac, lor Sale at very low price,
junei-tl JoHV RAMAGE.
Large Sale of Marbles for Cash
WILL sell on SATURDAY, the 30lb tnot , for CUj ,
at tha Warehouse of A. 11am i, v., u, (ul l'e:r-s Mar
ble, Cunr.muug uf
16 Head Slones;
300 Koiit do;
15 Marble Chunks;
ti liiiub Tablets.
Fa'e tn UVo place at II o'clock A. M. The above
sales is made to pay freight aud chances.
J.NU. ti HAK:H, Agent,
Jure2-t'I a Kor Steamer ti leuwood.fi
Minerva Col ege.
rfirjE Commencement Exercise of thie ln.t tat;-n
1 will t:ke pmre on luurouay , Juno 7 to, beg o
ning at 9 o'clock A. M
The Audreas to Uie Graduates will be delivered by
Mr. W. ti. Htwkios.
A Omcert will be given on Wednesday evening,
June :u, commem i. g at 8 o'clock, by tho ToucIkts
biii Pupils of tue Muiical lx-iartment.
The pntrons of the College, and tbe public general
ly are respecu'ully invited to atteni .
Tho l'Jta Annual tvfst.ua r Miuerva College wti
ope.il on Moi ilay,Se, l. 3J, 19.0.
uij31-dtriw g. E. J0NE-.
Modeler of Fashions.
AND DEALER IN
HATS, CAPS AXD LADIES' FIRS
No. 23 enbllc M.aar.
N'ASIIVI I.I.K, TENNESSEE.
The Ventilator Hat.
very light for tan hot wettliei , a t th lanbiuua
bio Hat iimporium of
may tMf No. Publio Square.
CONSnrrtXG r ail the latent styles for Ken and
Boys, to which we iuvtla tbo atlenUonof ail.
apr7-tf Ni. M Public hqutre.
ANEW sty le of fo( Hut, of enurcly irt dejigo,
Jest r eived by express.
A. J. I IIASflNCI),
soayS So. S3 Public ixiuare, .Vtau vnm, Iran
The 1 Ulnosc Hal.
ANEW style, direct impfrtation from Canton, got
cp ejpres!y fur to hot weiher, at liie Fash,
wubla iUt kmiwriiuu t KAV lCo'ri,
mTl5-tf . No. Public Square.
Children's Faucj faoods.
COVS1STINU of ail the Wtest Etylrs for Bnys.
Chiidreu, laliuiU and little llmi, to wbkh Ibe
aueallua of Uie Wim i rarutuau-ly re;ueetrl.
A. J. rKANCtSCO,
Uatteraod n-rler.No. C3 Pabhc Sj'iaxs. NsbviU
AT tb! New atxB en Market nre-t , near ft ion
a tab.Ua tinl
Lt V N C 11
will be rejo'arly set every moraiss at 11 o'clock
aud every eveniog at V o'cl-xk Jas3t-tf
it i: 31 O V A t..
JOHN iVU 14. aV, C O
T TaVE removed lb itvoW-fc aaVry
a a. un ixaiii'ijuut jtaaulaclory tw
tae Uai't't rutistiiur IjuiM. a.It
boae bciuW looalask Co.. Bur I a t
VarkeA nrwl,No. 4, il dor frsji the aoar. aad
will gu4 to fro. il (.te.r old cuswcri and iavite
w eecsuial wat w-rk ta our tia. are -pared
au mjJL BUik Kudu 'a u tnt sstoser ad
averaayrveiMtira. rrtcu!AratlBtifa ii t4
fxtd i n B:-.u: of ferl-MMii. and oU Utui.s
tor prs are tow as IM U.cn, Th. n , i
a In at tbe HiciWy sr lot mo
Hornet Ua at tiiir f-Us. t:l rowf
. ii yv A K It l V A L. J .
fifl C3ElL8 , I3t ffe.v4 MS
FIVE NIGHTS LONGER, S
Commencing Monday, June 4,
I 1 iaC W aIS PUOGUESS
iy AdmUsion 60 cents; children and setvanta
Mfnistrra of the Go-pel aad School Teachers ad
Grand Mattinee on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'
clock Children will be admitted at 15 cents.
. A. AIa1vVAX1EIV
On Thursday, the Hlh of June next,
IWL sell at public auction at Woodbarn Farm,
Forty Head of Youue
Bulls and Heifers.
I propose also to ofier for fale the Imported Balls
Sirius, El Hakim &Fanticliini,
aS-CaUilcfjes containing tit of stock and terms
of sale my bo had, oa application to Ur. l. Swigert,
or the subscriber.
junei-td R AITCHESON ALEXANDER.
DEALER IN SHOES, is in receipt of
B .ys'Calf Sewed Oxfords;
Boys' Cair Pegged do;
44 Patent Leather lress Shoes:
" " Congress Gaiters;
Calf Congress Gaiters ;
4i Lasting Congress GaiterF;
Catf I'ump Sole Gaiter3;
" Cilf Ti3Sha. &c.,&c;
" Toilet Slippers;
ALSO, Youth's Boots. Shoes and Gaiters of every
description ,anJ at low prices.
may26-tf 42 Cullea BLreet.
THE weather being hot, it is now time to change
Cn lerwear. Ju-t received a Urge assortment
of L'Ddershirts and Drourers.
Gauso Silk Shirts and Drawers;
" S:!k Tbicad Shins aad Drawers;
' Mertu "
" Nett Ctton "
" Shaker KUnnel '
Jaconet Shirts, Drill and Linen Drawers at various
prices. Call at N.-9 Cuerrv street, one door from
L'n.on. (may.2-U) J.H. McGILL.
PREP A RING soon to make a change in our bus-ne
arrangements we desire to reuuee our present
BUK-k as much a3 p esible. In order to do thia we
will effer onr present Mo k of Huple and Kancy Dry
Goods at rdjeeu prices We nave on hand a tine
assortmeut of Silk B .rages, Mucins and Traveling
Gordj,and iu tact ever thing cue. could wish f.r.
"Imi, Wbito Goodi, Embmideries. Hoa cry, Table
Datnati;, Stieeting, Bleached and Brown Itomeniic,
Plantation Goods tor men and women, Clotba, Cassi
meres. Vesting 5 and Uouer-wear for Gentlemeu. We
wish io call particular attention to onr bargain coun
ter, on which will be found stall times many desira
ble goods ai one-fourth their value.
aprliJ-tf MCKOLMiN ii HUMPHREY.
1SGO. : 1HGO.
GOULD & FI.EEMM,
Ko. 7 College street,
TTAYE just received a largo and well selected
A A CI
1 XITIU lv, ,
Consisting in part of Fine Roscwoo.l i-bo-ai,y und
Superior Oak, Mahogany and Walnut
Several new styles Painted and Enamelled
TCCKERS SPRING BEDS, CHAIRS, M ATTRESSIi? , A;C
Our ftock is Uriie and complet. Peritous wi.ihing
a superior article of Furniture wou.d do well to give
us a call as we are oQeriDj: our stock at reduced pri
ces aud warrant every article sold.
mayg-lm GOULD & FREEMAN.
Ladies' Fine Snoesand Gaiters.
JOnN RAMAGE, 42 College street,
Is in Receipt of
LADIES French Lasting Congress and Lace Gaiters,
i. , ik rune is Tho First" Gaiters,
" Kid aud trench Lasting Heel Slippers,
" Glove Calf Conjresa Gaiters, with end
" French and Enghali Glove Kid flippers,
" Curcso Kid Pump M-le Boots, Ac,
With a great variety of styles for and Chil
dren. A beautiful assortment of Infant Shoes,
may 12. JOHN HAM AGE.
K.G.ANDEKSON & CO.
No. 47 North Market Street.
FOUR DOORS FROM TIIE SQUARE,
HAYIVrt removed one door above tho old Hand
would reIMctrull iuv.tc the attention of their
friend? acd tLe pubLc generally to their extensive.
SPKIiN'G AM) SU3I31ER
Which we are prepared to sell sa low as aay boueia
the city, and warrant to rt general satifaction.
Tbe Gmms having been selected and manufactured
under .ur own superiiitoodr.uce. Our stock consists
uf every grade and style of
COATS, TESTS, PANTS, HATS AXD CAPS
Gf the hi tent styles, together with a large ftoek
Shirt, Collar", CravaU, Glovee, Supptndere,
Merino Undr-Shii ta and Drawers,
Traveling, Packing Trunks
and Carpet Eaa,
Of all sises, which w!U be sold very cheap.
Cloths, Cassimercs and Vetiogs.
A splendid asaortmeat, whlcb will be mad. up at lb
shortest notice io tbe most fashionable style.
AaT Cutting done at the sb xtet a:H:c.
Oaf-Don 't forget tbe placa. Market street, four
doors fr m the Publio dqeare.
aprli-ira K. C. ANDEF.SON CO.
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for June;
KNICKERBOCKER MAGAZINE, for June;
ECIJlJTIC MA3AZINE,for June;
Jast received by F. HAG AN,
may2ft-ir cuas College street.
A Magnificent Chance
X WILL sell tuy Kara in franklin county. Ten .,oi
Rock Creek, bis miles Sooib-wmof Tu'.Libotna.
consisting of 6U0 or inure Acre of Land. It can U
divided into two places, ll baa on U good Improve
meoCv tbe beat of spring water; a good Gruitaai
aw l ill, aud is w:lblafouriuiltikortbrrece!ebrate
For fartber infonnAUon apply to B. R. WbuTB,oi
the place, r ta tt at Opvluu&as. Ia.
JanC-wtf B. F. WHITE.
THE Brd 3t Directors of the Sashvill. Cow er
Ctal losar wee Cuuiauy has itoctared a divhlead
of S.xDo'Urs a sUar. out of in. proBn f.-r the Ut
six BBuuUia jtvableo and aftr tbe lit lu.u
mays- Im Secretary.
Canes ! Canes !
A SUPERB lot of Cane., received and tor aal by
aprfr-tf J. H. M'XllU.
Jail Ercrirrii ty S. 1. P&rmb 1 Co.
CltC BAti-t Crvbl Core;
JJ 1JO bjurn ramiiy Mal i
iJ baa Whoa steal Cera.
BAD LUCK IX GOOD LUCK
IS again at tb. 'd Hand, ii ft wo atrwel. wUb a
Be. na3t of vertb.c ! tb. M-stc,lj
ad faocy Um, a. ber. a. ili b p'd ta w.A sp.
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LA.KD FOR SALE.
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F..r te.n.s, Ac .api ly lo GLASCOCK te NEWSOM.
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