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FOB THE fTATE AT LAKCr.
BAILIE PEYTON, fS"'i
N. C TA Y LOHi r Carter.
WEDXES15aYM0RNI"G, JUKE 6, 1860.
Xb Baltlmar Coremtiou
AU parties are awaiting with a great ieal
ol interest the action of the Baltimore Con
Yention. What will it dot At the time of
the adjournment of the Charleston Conten
tion, we were r 1 the opinion that the meeting
at Baltimore wonlJ find it impoenble to har
monize the conflicting interest which caused
the trouble at the former place that the
intervening time would give the contending
nartiea time to concenlrat e their strength, to
lorm new ombinationt, and render a solu
tion of the difficulties more Improbable. We
bare seen nothing to change this opinion.
The democracy of Mississippi have appr.rd
the coarse Of the seceding delegates from that
State, and re-appointed them with inttruct
tlons to attend both the Hicbmond and Bal
timore Conventions ; and this, we take it lor
granted, will be the course decided upon by
all the other acceding SUta with the single
exception of South Carolina. When lhe
delegates appear at Baltimore, it will be for
the purpose of re-opening the controrersie
hegun at Charleston, and, under circumstan
ces which will so iaperate the majority of
the Northern delegates that they will be leas
likely than ever to yield their position. The
fact is, they cannot yield with honor ; and
t-hocld tbey do so, they would go home dis
graced, and unable to bring the democratic
mas.-eg op to the support of a ticket which
sprang out of their degradation. The strug
gle with them is for life ; they well know it,
and will not dare to succumb to the demands
of the secessionists. The extremists who arc
set-king to push them to the wall, do not
care whether there be peace or not they
ffel that the democratic parly North h dead;
or if not dead, incapable of accomplishing
anything, and think that, by making a bold
stroke, they can secure the vote of the whole
South, and attain a position which will ena
ble them to command the election in 1864 or
decide the fate of the Union. They aie reg
ular gamblers in political stocks, courageous
and reckless enough for anything. So we
may expect them to break up the Baltimore
Convention and make a nomination at Rich
mond. Ratification ITleetlug lu Fraukllu.
The friends of Bwx and Everett held a
ratification meeting in Franklin, in our
neighboring county of Williamson, on Mon
day. There was a large and enthusiastic
crowd present. Mr. Jamks Swansox was
called to tbeJChair, and S. P. IliLiBFTH,K-q.,
acted as Secretary. Patid Campbell, Ei.f
explained the object of the assemblage and
enlarged upon the dangers which beset the
country from the inroads of sectionalism in
a most forcible and eloquent peecb which
elicited marked attention and upp!an.
Resolutions indorsing the nominations ol the
Baltimore Convention were introduced by
Sam. S. Hocse. accompanied with remarks
which were eloquent and efiWcttve. The res
olutions were adopted unanimously amid
cheers and enthusiasm. Hon. Wm. Ewixo,
ate Representative in the Legislature, va
called upon and responded in a speech ol pr at
. .... . . - 1 u-itK
newer ana ability, wnicn was nmr.i ,
very mark of satisfaction. Mr. F.wiso was
followed by En. Coa, lq-. whose able and
Btlrr!r .ccn was received with nmi li p
plause. T. W. Eci.loc. Esq., also delivered
a brief and stirring address.
The fires are burning brightly in Old Wil
liamson. The hearts of the pccple are in the
catue of the Union and the Constitution. It
is the cradle and old home ol Bkll and they
will roll up a vote for him in Norcmber
which will rejoice the patriot's Leait.
Xbe Boston ITnlou 31 acting at Faueull
Hall Speeches by lllllard, Henry,
of Tennessee, Eliot, Ac.
An immense congregation of voters met
in and around Faneuil Hall. Friday evening,
to ratify the nomination of Meters. Baix and
Everett. The spacious building was throng
ed to its utmost capacity. Delegations .'rom
neighboring towns swelled the vai proces
sion, each bearing banner1, ringing bells, and
carrying transparencies. One of tha latter,
surmounted by a bell, created the greatest
enthusiasm, and the device, as follows, was
received with great applause:
"Let our BU toll the death knell ol fac
tionalism where Everett poes."
Ex-Mayor Samuel A. Eliot presided, and
the list of Vice-Fresideuts included the names
of eminent citizens throughout the State.
Amongst them were Menrs. Wilder, Law
rence, Appleton, Silsbee. Aspinwall and
Hillard. The address of Eliot and Steven
sou were very humorous Hillard Has very
long and amuMng. Henry r Tenm-awre, a
Grai don of Patrick Henry, was tha great
gun of the evening, and delivered a very pat
rioiic addre-a. He was fiequently interrup
ted by wild applause, and greeted at his close
by nine cheer anl a tiger. The meeting was
a great success.
A letter from Washington Hunt was re
ceived. Everett's letter f acceptance is a
document of great length. It reviews his
course while endeavoring to Iree Mount Ver
non, deprecates the stctioual position ol two
great parties, and aoserta that each will be
supported by a purely geographical vote.
His love of the Union and rvspect for his
friends has induced him to forego bi private
wishes, and so be accepts.
National Union, Ilrix and Evamrtr Clubs
have just been organized In Uoxbury, New
ton, Maiden, Woburn. anJ other tow w ot
Maaoachueetts. Many of the leading men of
the State are on sat lists tor President and
Vka President a.
For Bill and Evtai".TT. The Baltimore
PsOrid tV -
la regard to the course of tkis paper, to
settle the matter at once and forever, we
again proclaim that we have been, now are,
and expect to be the advocates ot Bell and
Everett; and such has been our course from
the moment of their nomination to the pres
ent hout .
There was a mee ting at Kal.-ih, N.
O, last week, at which resolutions were pass
ed, and several prominent Democrats made
speeches, sustaining the views ol Hocola.
The Wilmington Jtrnal Is very much sur
prised at the affection wtuco has sprung up
for him in certain qiarter.
PaoBABtumn or a SrrciAL Skssjos or
Coxokasa. The calculation nsw la that we
shall have a special session of Coogreaa, as
the Uouae will refuse to nau the bill for the
payment of the Public Debt, unle accom
panied by the Tariff amend mcuL. This
amendment the Senate will reject. There
salt will be an adjournment without the pas
sage of the bill, sad a call of an extra ata
sioo. Sach is the expectation of the Repub
licans, who have determined oa having no
provisions tor raising money if such an ap
propriaUoa cf it be tnade JV. Y. Tm-
From the w Havea JonraaL
The ConstJtodn'aI Unioajneetlng at New
Haven. wa eld on Wednesday etrening.
Fred. J. Olhoun, of iew Haven, called the
meeting to order, and the following, nomi
natioas for oSicert adopted:
jobs a. KOBESTSos, of New York.
-Vice Presidents. .
John Dunham, Norwich,
" ""'. S. QuinUrd, New Haven,
" ; E. N. Shelton, Derby.
L. W. S perry. New Haven,
t jj. Loomis,"New London
H. C. Miles. Milford,
Lyman C. Coe. Waterbory, .
P. A. Jewett, New Haven,
Charles H. Leeds, Slamtord,
Wm. Lewis, New Haven,
Selah Strong. FarmingtoB,
Pnilip rond, ew uaveo, .
S. W. White, Hartford, - '
Harry Precott, New Haven, - '
A. S. Bristol, Millord. . .
nenry G. Lewis. New Haven,
VV. - Judson, New Haven,
F. J. Calboon, New naven, ; f ;
. Charles A. Hawley, Stamford, i -The
President, on taking the chair, stated
the object of the meeting to be to hear a
statement of the doings of the Baltimore
Convention, and to lUten to an exposition
of the designs and views of the Constitution
al Union party, from one of the eloqoent or
ators from the South. He then called Hon.
Austin Baldwin, of Middletown.
Mr. Baldwin caruc forward, and after a few
introductory remark" stated that 24 dele
gates were sent to Baltimore from thU State.
This Convention haa presented two of the
brightest names cf our country for the offi
ces of President and Vice President of the
United States. He had yet to hear a single
word ol reproach cast on their names. He
concluded by ai-kiag attention to the words
of an eloquent descendant of Patrick Henry,
who would now addrero the meeting. He
thu introduced, amid applause.
Major iIbakv, ot iennessed.
Who said, for the first time in his life, he
stood before a New England audience.
After complimenting the beautiful city of
Nsw Haven, he proceeded to say that be felt
that all the people of the Union were bound
together by ties of roulnal interest and com
mon descent. In pacing through the shops
of this city, be bad sked himself what would
be the effect if this laboring ict ref ts should
be overturned. Which party, the Chicago
or the Baltimore party, would best protect
the interests of the laboring classed Who
would mof-t regard tbem Bell or Lincoln?
What is the record ot Lincoln? Who knows?
Ue could stand, he thought. Icr half an hour
in Wall street, blindfolded, and pick out from
the crowd a txore ol men better fitted to pro
tect American labor than this same Lincoln.
The Chicago Convention had passed a reso
lution relative to the protection of American
labor, but the prrty is even now discussing
what that resolution meana. While they
nomate Liucoln na profiling a desire to pro
tect labor, thfy h ve on the same ticket oca
who holds opposite opinions on thi3 subject.
He mentioned with much prid the great
purity and integriiy of the characters of
Bell and Everett. The latter he called the
best representative ol Geo. Washington now
on earth. He paid the only coat ot arms of
Lincoln was a rail (cheer6); and out West
to ride on a rail was not supposed to bs the
most honorable method of travel (cheers.)
He reviewed the mannir in which Lincoln
was nominated. It was.not Horace Greeley
that defeated Seward, but the Convention did
not dare to nominate a candidate so section
al; but it found out at last that by mistake
they had put np a candidate quite as radical
He described the sectional character ol the
Republican party, and pictured the tremen
dous ruin that must purely follow the elec
tion of its candidrtief. He showed the mu
tual dependence of the North and South.
Each section furoibb-s that which the other
cannot. One wctioa cannot exist without
The Constitutional Uuion Partv bears the
olive bianch--the signal and token of the
peace that will follow the success ot its can
didates. He gave the Republican party the
credit of having no design or desire to do
evil to the l uiou or ine ionsmuuon. nor
would this great privilege of ours b safer
In ihn hnmlt Mf t S fli tnrMratiA Partv. TV
give that Tarty the power, is to place the
. ... . . m hi i a
Iamb in ine power oi me won. ioey nave
held the power -int years ana rcceiveu it
without debt, and now the srovernment is
submerged in financial ruin. Where is the
money gone? Are ther; jny new light
hnnu l.nilt to itilot vour while-winded birda
of commerce back in safety to your ports.
Iisve you any iuirucuitruL ui juur uttriv
or harbor to !-bow for this money ? No ! all
has goue through a sewer ol corruption.
Look at the corruptions disclosed by the
Covode Committee. Mr. Buchanan came in
to power with many a laurel gracing his
brow; laurels which Le had won as a states
man. But now bow lallen!
mm would roar tcn a U.-vht,
To fail m surti a UkIcoih r..;Ul"'
The Democratic party received the gov
ernment with tb-r slavery question settled,
but uo sooner bad it seized the reins of pow
er than Stephen A. louglas introduced the
Nebraska bill, and political anarchy reigned
once more over the land. Where is the glo
rious Old Whig Party, once so grand in the
beauty of its principles and the strength ot
its organization. Why will you not all of
you Democrats and Republicans come up
and help u? Let Douglas, or any other
man, be elected, and he cannot administer
this government hone&tly and purely, for
the swarm of office-seekers that would tollow
in his train would overpower and prevent it.
He could not do it, however good his princi
ples and desires may be. He would not con
sider tbo election of a Republican President
sufficient caue for the dissolution of the
Union, but he feared that such would be the
case, l.ui the bioou oi uis lather, (his lather
was killed at the battle ot Guilford,) cried to
him from the ground to stand by the Union
and the t.onsututiou. (l,becra) rso! we
will not dripair of the Union. We will
stand by it to the lust. If an enemy were to
attack you if the invader were to stand on
the sacred heights of Bunker's Hill, we, of
Tennessee, would come to your assistauce.
'ftV'J c(ca i the lrr. do h-u forest are rn
A the vtrr.i lust Iho ihure, wbcD lha UTi'iaro
The Constitutional Uniou party has one
great mission. It U to ward away all dang
ers which befct the Union, and to set op the
constitution und the laws no of higher and of
more binding power than passion or preju
dice. What are you running alt r Abraham Lin
coln lor? Would your industrial interests
be better protected under him than they are
now! What do partie care for their platforms-?
Nothing. Tbey are only spring
boards from which politician vault iuto the
Presidential chair. Look at the democratic
party. When it took the government in its
charge, it blazoned "economy" on its banner.
They complained of Fillmore 'a administra
tion a extravagant, because he spent $43,
UOO.OOO per year, and at once Mr. Buchanan
spends over $W).Ol)0,00). Why? he would
hava donn bt-tl r to compromise with the
thieves (cheer) aud allowed them a hare
of the plunder to agree to leave the rest. In
both parlies the wolves 'are on the trail of
the candidates. Take the Government out.
ol the hands of both parties, and give it to
this party of the Constitution and the Union,
and you will reform these abuses. He urgsd
the old men to ouce more strike for liberty
and Union, and in closing he expressed his
faith that B. ll and Everett will be elected as
th ntt President and Yive-Preridcut of
these United Stales.
Mr. Henry's peb was very eloquent, and
in m.my iKoag s he exhibited more brilliant
point than are often made In these degener
Mr. Henry having concluded Ids speech,
the lollowlng resolutions were adopted, and
the meeting adirtoroed tute oVr -
fit-JerJ, That we most heartily approve
and ratify the nomination made by the Con
stitutional lutoureriy,aiiiwuorr, -oub
litl of Trnnece. for President, and Ed-
war.l K.frett. of M AachuSeltS, for Vice
President, and that we pledge them our ear
neat support in the coming Presidential
j:-Ji, That the statement or pnncip.es
as adopted at Baltimore, we hereby re-affirm,
believing them l be a good coouga platMra
for u. . .
.7u K..4 t'irt tvbiuiure ol tueetioff hero
on Thursday, Mr. Geo. M'lod.' the able
Chief Koglneef oi lue aiempaia hulu
from Bowling Green to the junction with our
road at the Sut line. Mu a of the uce
which has attended 1L progm or ine ivaa
thus far is attributable ta hi ability and
mansgement. We learned from Lim that
there is now but little doubt that the road
will be completed from the Tennessee Hae to
Rusaelltille some time La September, aai to
Bowling Green within few weeks tittrtaf
Political hypocrisy Is daily illustrated la
this country, on a larger scale, perhaps, than
ia any other part of the world.
We remember when Mr. Ctat was deieat
ed in -1839 amH8a8, la the nominating Con
ventions of his party, how the Democratic
leaders and presses turned short round, and
sympathized with the man, whom tbty pur
sued so malignantly only a few days before.
And since his death an ocaa of brine has not
sufficed to supply the bitter tears they have
shed over his tomb and his memory I
Mr. Skwakd's loss of the Chicago nomina
tion Is the most recent display of hii mockery"
and hypocrisy. A telegram from Washing
ton exposes this sham sympathy of the party,
that only a few, days ago, could not find
words harsh enough to exprei s their horror
of him. Here it is :
- "Mr. Seward returned last night (the 29th
alt, to Washington,) and resumed his seat
In the Senate to-dsy. He says emphatically
that all the pretended hopes of the Democra
cy resulting from the disappointment of his
friends are absurd, and that whoever may be
the candidate at Baltimore, he will be de
feated by 70,000 in New York. When he re
appeared in his seat he was cordially wel
comed by his political friends. But the most
noticeable feature was the Eudden and af
fectionate interest exhibited by the Demo
cratic side, who swarmed around him. The
very men who delilerately, gratuitously and
insultingly withheld their recognition upon
bis return from - Europe, and who had con
cocted a programme of persecution for the
campaign in expectation of his nomination,
were foremost io their greeting. The motive
is well onderatood."
The Confessional -Trial and Con
demnation of a Catholic Priest at
Turin for Thirty-Three Cases of Se
duction. From the London Post, May 15.
The Criminal Court of Turin haa lately
been occupied with the hearing of a case
which has spread consternation and shame
through many of the mot respectably con
nected families in the Sardinian capital, aud
contributed not a little to increase the feel
ings of dislike growing up of Into towards
the Catholic cleryy. When M. Michelet pub
lishes another edition of bis celebrated work
cn "Priests, Women and Families," be will
be enabled to enrich it with illustrations far
more telling and effective than the proposi
tions which he has laid down illustrations
to which it would be difficult to find a paral
lel, we will not say in real lite, but even in
the darkest pages of romance. For the hon
or of the Catholic priesthood, for the honor
of religion, nay for the honor of human na
ture itself, let us trust that the crimes juat
laid bare to the gaze of avenging law and
justice are no less unwonted than appaling.
The trial which has excited such a sensa
tion in Turin was that ol Don Gurlino, at
tached, in the capacity of second curate, first
to the church of San Carlo, afterwards to
that of the Carmelite Order. Amongst his
regular professional uuties were of course
those connected with the confessioual, and
thoe duliet fa violated in a manner to foul and ro
atutiou that no leu than thirty three young girls
icould appear to have fallen victims to Jus system
atic and scientific profligacy. Not more than
thirty years of age. possessiug a singularly
handsome face and figure. Don Gurlino com
bined with the natural influence wielded over
the mind of the youthful penitent by a spirit
ual guide, the Influence, not less natural, of
his own personal attractions. Both influ
ences were skilfully brought to bear in the
exciting privacy of the confessional. All
the opportunities which it affords of gradual
ly, yet surely, tainting the mind were em
ployed, and employed with too fatal a suc
cess. The wretch was, it appears, In the
habit of accompanying his oral temptations
with the appliances and means of obscene
books and lascivious prints, to heighten and
accelerate their effect. Working on the pas
sions by a graduated scale of literary and
pictorial excitement, th; curate of "St.
Charles'' and the "Carmelites" could seize,
lor his infernal end, the exact moment when
the unsuspecting confidence of girlhood pre
pared for bim an eay prey.
. Don Gurlino was at last detected by the
very mesons which he had employed. The re
lations of a young creature, one of his latest
victims, found in her possession an obscene
print, and insisted on her telling ibem from
whom she had procured it. The girl refused
for some time, but. yielding to their mena
ces, stammered forth the name of her con
fessor. She added that not she alone, but
likewise some of her young friends, had re
ceived fro to Don Gurlino immoral books and
prints, and, debauched by his art, had yield
ed up their honor to their spiritual guide.
The relations at once communicated the tacts
to. and deposited the print with, the district
police magistrate, who lost no time in com
muuicating with the higher law authorities,
and these latter at once instituted criminal
proceedings aguinst the priest. Although
the trial was conducted with closed doors,
enough ot the evidence transpired to fill all
Turin with horror and indignation. The
guilty acts of the criminal appear to have
extended over a term ot several years. The
full extent ot his debaucheries during all that
period cannot, of course, be ascertained.
One fact, however, is beyond all doubt that
on the trial itself thirty-three young girls
bore testimony to the adoption towards
themselves of the wicked arts of seduction
with which the criminal stood charged.
On this overwhelming mass of evidence
Don Gurlino was found guilty, and sentenced
by the criminal court ol Turn to seven years
solitary confinement The term of the sen
tence will probably be abridged by natural
causes. Shame, if not remorse, has already
worked such fearful ravsges on the prisoner
that on the last day of the trial he was hard
ly any longer recognizable.
The Valus ol Cotton to the World
Interesting 1'atts and Statistics.
The hum paid annually to the South for
cotton consumed in England about five
sevenths ot the whole American crop is esti
mated at $150,000,000. The amount export
ed to England is 1.882,500,000 lbs., which,
when converted in a manufactured goods, is
valued at half the d'Tlared value of all the
exorts from Englaad. Ihe wages paid in
English cottou factories amount annually to
$125,000,000, and tboe employed numner at
least 1,500.000 persons, young und old. It
is calculated, moreover, that at IeMt b,ouu,
000 people besidei) are dependent upon those
employes. The capital sunk in machinery
for spinning, weaving, priming, xc.tamoiinis
to $750,000,000. 2,000.000 tons of shipping,
and 20,000 men are employed In carrying the
raw material to England. Besides, the main
tenance of the national credit, the security
of public funds, the prosperity of baukers,
bill discounters, money brokers, mercnants,
and aninnumerable boot of mechanics and ar
tisansIn short, the bulk of the nation are
dependeut upon it. What if the crop should
full, or war prevent Its importation! now
(earful would be the consequences! Indi
vidual and national ruin, bankruptcy, revo
lution, and anarchy. Nor would England
alone Ite ttm sufferer. Half the civilized
world would be involved iu hcpelesa misery.
Who can doubt that the abolition of slavery
would be the abolition ol cotton and the abo
lition of cotton would be the annihilation of
When the events which. He are told, are
to precede the last day, commerce, civiliza
tion, law, order and morality will have
ebbed away considerably from this world.
The causes of that tremendons revolution
must tw something strong enough to upheave
nations in a manner unknown even in the
days when the Goth and Vandal were la
Borne. Perhaps it will be famine and idle
ness that will inaugurate tboe terrible days
which are to come, and how soon we know
not, and It may be that abolitiouim is des
tined to be the instrument by which the
prophecy of the Apocalypse shall be tulfU
led. .V. I'.Utnili.
That NacaLacc. The splendid necklace
ol brilliants, valued at 9,0o0, which attract
ed o much attention recently in the show
cai of Messrs. Tiffany & Co.. Broadway, New
York, is missing, and much anxiety baa been
expressed by the belles of the great metrop
olis as to what La. become cf it. We can
announce to them that it Is safe, having been
purcbareU by atsoatonlaa as a nuptial pres
ent to a fair one, now a wife, and a lady la
all respect worthy to wear such a rare bril
liant. Outturn Limner.
A LecoHOTivc ix tuk River. Our Hail
road Company sustained quits a inlalorlaae
oa Thuraday, ia the lose oi their locomotive
"Clark ville,' which sunk the Cat boat npon
whkn it bad been placed to be taken to the
lower end of the road, and upset into the
river. It is now completely under water
near the bridge pier, and of course, DO . eli-
nste of the amount of damage It has setaio-
ed ca be farmed until the water lalla, The
boat sprung a leak after the engine had been
blared niton it. and sank instantly. - As the
engine was needed to carry oa the track lay
lag front Boa ling Green towards the Tennes
see river, tbt wests will be imownat re larti
ed by its lot. A ew one, iowever, is f x
Pcie4ia ft tew frjfeU?h?tiJrtn9M
3nT.ore Slarea Captnredi
The U. S. steamers stationed off the coast
of Cuba are doing an active business, a third
prize having been taken, with 600. more ne
groes to be returned to the African conti
nent at the expense' of the government treas
ury. 1 The captures of the last few eeks
are as follows : -
April 26 t........ Bark WildCre, ,519 negroes.'
May 3 . ... . . Bark William, 550 "
May French bark, 500 .
This is a pretty fair badness, but is likely
to have very little perceptible effect in dis
couraging toe-slave trader as the "marked
price of negroes in Cuba will advance in pro
portion as the supplies are cat 'Off,' anl so
will bring out fresh adventurers. Yet these
captures will subject the general government
to heavy costs. The British government, la
disposing of captured negroes, baa decidedly
the advantage, as they ate immediately lan
ded in ber tropical colonies, and made to
supply a demand lor labor which haa been
severely felt. Thus a revenue is produced
which goes far to reward the philanthropy
supposed to be exercised on the part of the
British nation. When the Empire of Brazil
was engaged in suppressing the slave-trade,
all captives were appropriated as laborers
for a term of years on the public works, by
which the naval forces employed were, in
some degree, made self-sustaining. The Uni
ted States, on the contrary, "woik lor noth
ing and find themselves." Slates and Union.
Exokmois Stock of Pkodcce at Litcr
foou At a late meeting of the Liverpool
Mersey Docks and Harbor Board, the fact of
the enormous stock of produce in Liverpool
was alluded to. Mr. Forwood drew attention
to the insufficient warehouse accommodation
for the cotton which was at present in the
port, and which was expected to trrle, and
ascd if some measures could not be taken to
render tb; transit sheds of use for storage in
such an emergency. The chairman (Mr:
Turner) replied that the stock of all descrip
tions of produce at present In the port was
enormous and unusual; in fact, beyond all
precedent. The cotton alone amounted to
a million bales. Mr. Forwood said that the
want of warehouse room was seriously incon
veniencing the trade, the price charged for
warehousing cotton being as high as Id., lid-,
and 1 Jd. per bale per week.
..jsff-Jualice Daniel, of the United States
Supreme Court, who died at Richmond, Ya.,
on the 31st ut was a Virginian by birth and
about 75 years old. Ho was elected to the
the Virginia Legislature in 1809 and re-elected
in 1810. In 1812 he was chosen Privy
Councilar and re-elected until 1S35. He was
offered a seat upon the Supreme bench in
1834, but he declined it, and was in lS3u ap
pointed United Slates District Judge lor the
District of Virginia, and in 1840 bo succee
ded Judge Barbour in the Supreme Court.
j4T The President, it ia stated, will not
sign the navy pay bill, neither will he veto
it, but will allow it to become a law by re
maining in his possession over ten days. He
believes that it is an improper bill, but inas
much as it passed by over a two-thirds vote
in both Houses, he does not consider himself
jusliGed in vetoing it.
pS'S. LouisianaSquatter Sovereign writes
to the Washington States, Mr. Douglas' or
gan, urging his nomination nt Baltimore, and
I pray that his friendf, who stood by bim
at Charleston, will continue firm and un
flinching, after the corrupt and reckless
means which have been used to defeat him.
If one shall flinch or vary, he irill deserve to be
laslied naked out of the convention.
The Auoxt of the President. It is giv
en out that Mr. Buchanan exclaimed yester
day: "When will my troubles cva?e! I have
had Dc uglas, Walker. Forney, Covode, and
poor Fowler on band; and now comes an
other infernal cargo of captnred niggers to
add to my vexation." Philadelphia Press.
Artesiax Weli- Mr. Thos. H. Probert is
now having bored an artesian well on his
premises. We understand that some ninety
feet of solid rock have been penetrated so far.
This settles the question as to Mount Ster
ling having a "solid"' fouudaticn. Jit. Ster
PBFENCE OK MlXD IX THE PRESEXXE OK
Danger. Lexixotox, Ky., May 30. Eds.
Com.: I believe you can appreciate a joke.
About a year ago the train ran over a cow
and off the track, and knocked several front
teeth out of the mouth of one 'Ad Thomp
son." To-day "Ad"' was on; and in the bag
gae car, when the whistle Ws blown for
cattle. "Ad" looked out and seeing the aui
mals took his fake tedh out and put them in
his pocket, saying, -you don't knock these
out, old fellow.'' As good luck would have
it we did not strike them, and "Ad"' replaced
bis artificial molars with a smiling face.
The steamship Gieat Eastern is to leave
England for this port on the 9th of June. We
understand that it is the intention of the
Company that she shall remain some time in
port to give au opportunity for her being
visited by the public, after which she will re
turn to England. Tho steamship will be
consigned to Messrs. Grinnell, Minturn & Co.
The Great Eastern may be expected to ar
rive about the 19th ot June. X. V. Courier
Personal and Political.
We learn that the Hon. Howell Cobb, Sec
retary of the Treasury, left this city lor Geor
gia, night before last, for the purpose ol con
trolling the Democratic State Convention,
and inducing tbem to send the bolters to
Baltimore, with the understanding that they
are to again bolt, should the convention re
main faithful to the principles of non-intervention,
to which Mr. Cobb himself stands
pledged. It is said that Mr. Stephens' letter
has alarmed and enraged 'the Secretary of
the Treasury, and that he swears vengeance
upon Stephens and all bis friend. The ru
mor that Mr. Stephens had also written a
private letter ta his friend Toombs, in favor
of the nomination of Judge Douglas at Bal
timore, and expressing the opinion that the
Little Giant is the only man who can suc
cessfully serve the party, battened Mr. Cobb's
departure. Washington States, Weils'dy.
jfcsT-Greeley, of the N. Y. Tribune, says
"the Bell and Everett ticket will be support
ed by no honest man.'' It would take at
least five pounds ol caslile soap and five
buckets of water to cleanse the dirty hole
that Greeley calls his mouth.
lr tb ttaily rlr.
I saw Uie ccel- Biy thoughts till Ihe a
Were ail anfeltersd as the begins
Of Julio's warm sao at mld-rtay , a bei.-
They play upon the lanr hing streams.
Ft beauty h4 not come to bind
V fceart In love's soft, siikes cliaia, ,
Or if It cam, 'twas but to Cad
That all its efforts were ia vain. - .- "
Hot when thy fa.r aad faultless form , ' "
With all Its taalcblefs beauty brlgU, -And
all love's Uxziog radattca warm,
Bmke tike a vision oa y fljht,
1 That moment all the lova of years
Guua la a ttda ot blia 10 me,
Acd with so thought of doubts aad f- ari,
My heart Hole out aad fled to thee.
I know thee aot ob, dark the though! . ,
1 only know tbua art diets',
Aad that thy tovelineas hath wrouU
, WUUa tats captive bean of Bone
" A draam of love wbteh shall eadore
Through all Ufe's afto wo or wd,
That afaall seam on sodimBtad and pare
CaU that heart shaO tease to rl. '
1 may not meet thee may not gas-
Cpea that heavenly face- afiai.
But when lira's tan who? morning ray
Are me atxloudad M, ahalt waae,
TW rpU f beauty's ewa brtjebt ttaal, - . -
That livaa aiiirord a sos thy lira w.
uU " my heart batl swvetly vJ,
Aad aaabl my (pir.t tbaa as now.
niuitiEo. v .
la CsWb..o tt 7Ui R., by tcr.Wn, Uk,
Mr. H. B Tliuim and Mi. Varna K., uLter ot
Ca. ti . W. Cotdea.aU ot thai bUo.
Oa the Id last., Mr. A. rssaa aad H n.H.as.
sua, feoib f this 4y,
Os Us s4 last,, sir. 3. tztAmt iVn. ttu
Bl'ra TTInslow, sa experience nurse an
emale physician, has a soothing, syrup forcbildren
eethiset which greatly facilitates the process of
on wlljaliay all pain aad is sure to rcgulatetbe
bowels, bependoponiti tnotbers, tt will give rest
o yourselves and relief and health to your infants
Perfectly 8s.r in all cases. See advertisement n
nothere-otamai :r t '" 'OneTdawly
' 4J.iia ! : -1 -
Adtitk io I-adie3- We are aware there are many
of our tuiy readers who are complaining of weakness
and dcbllilx. Our, advice is to go ai. once and get
some of 1IcLiak'3 Stbexcthzsxg Cobdm axo Blood
TrnnaC It t& a delicious Tbnie, and ja.t the thing'
to Elrenjrtbcn and Invigvate ths wUole Organisation
acd purify the Blood. Sec advertisement in another
column. i Jf J X - : mylO-d&wlm
II olio way 'a Pills, Nervous disorders orig
inate in the fl j id, the braia or the nervous syitem,
and consequently require some potent remedy to as
sist nature in her functions aad for which, these med
icines are admirably adapted, as they rol.eve tho
head and rtomach, tbi very mai n springs of lile, and
by expellin; the unhealthy obstructions, restore en
ergy and vigor. ' mayrO-lw ;
Nashrillc : Building
SALE OF LOT.
T irtue of a mortgage deed, executed to the
Nashville Buddio? Association, by S. C. Marl ill,
aad or record in t'.ie cilice of the lUgituerof PaviJsou
county. Teun., iu book So. 20, pace 54, 1 shall pro
ceed to sell for eush.ON T'lE 131 H DAY OF JUNE,
ISC I), the property dscribed in sid deed, viz : be
ing pjrt of lot No 156, ic :uc city of Nashville, trout
uig on Spruce street ami running baric half the depth
olraid lot, and bounded as follows: beginning at ine
North-east corner of Treppard's part f said lot on
said street, being 41 foct Lri'to-lhe cwatr .of faul lot
No. 156, ruauin;; Vie nee aioug Spruce street AO feet,
8Bj runuiuic back tK feet, beiuc the same lot convey
ed to S. C. Vurliu by Ueury OiU aud hlizabelli Olds,
be deed registered in Havulsan coumy, in book No.
17, page 985. The title to the above ucscrihed prop,
erty is believed to be good, witn r-plit of redemption
waived, but I will only convey such title as is vested
in me by the deed to the N.iUvillo Kuiidiug Associa
tion. hiJo at the Court-bouse duor and within the
usual hours. CiiAFLKS A. tTIXKK.
NitHhville, Jane 6, 1860-trt Treasurer.
SALE OF LOT.
BY virtue of a mortgage deed, executed by Jauios
iiouD to Ine Nashville liuildirj Assix-iMios,
which deed t ot record ia the office ot the i:ecir4-r
of Davidson county, Teun., in boi k No. 'it), page 107,
I shjtl proceed to sell for casi,vN HIE IxM DaY
OF JUN K, 18CO, the property described in 5aid deed,
and bounded as follows: lying in the county of iia
vidson, Tenneee; near the West boundary cf the
city of Nash viu , and beginning at the North-west
corner of Rev. J. B. Ferguson's lot on tho South aide
of I'ayne street, ruuuing thence westwardly along
layoe street 118 feet to the centre of an alley, the
first east ward ly ol said Sloan's residence, thence at
right angles southwardly 101 i f.f t to the back liue
ol the lot, thence eastwardly win. tho hack line of
caid lot 118 feet t Eaut Ferguson's lot, tbeucc north,
wardly with the line of Ferguson's lot 101 i feet to
the beginning, on which are situated three double
frame buildings, being part of lot conveyed to James
Sloan by Urvirle fcu mg, by deed registered io the of
fice of till Kegisterof L'avidson county, io book No.
IS, pa?e 109.
The tit ! to the above dsscribed property i3 be
lieved to be good, with riglit of redemption waivod,
but I will convey such title as is veteu iu me by the
deed to the Nasnville Building Association. !3a!a at
the Court-house dour and within the usual hours.
CHAKLfc-S A. FULLER,
Nishville, June 6, 1460-td l ieasurcr.
SALK OF LOTS.
BY virtue of a mortgage deed made to the Na5h.
vill Building Assot.latiou, by Archeiaus Law
rence, which deed Is or record In the office of the
Register or Davidson county, Tennessee iu book No.
SO, page S02, 1 Shall, ON THi 1'jrH DAY OF JU VE,
18G0, proceed to sell for ratih, the proerty described
iii aiid deed, which is bounded as follows : part of lot
No. 106, iu tho city oT Nashville, begmniug at a point
on the West side of Spruce stret-t, 57 feet Foulbward
ly from Gay street, running thence southwardly S2
leet to the north-west corner of a lot conveyed to A.
ft r Lawrence by John Campbell, thence at right an
gles ptrailel with Oay street 90 feet 3 inchrs, to n
stake, thence at right angles and parallel with spruce
street 32 tet-t to a point 0i leet from Gay at., thenra
at right angles aud parallel with the second line 90
feet to tbe beginning. Also, on a otbr lot adjoining
the above, running bac altout 90 feet, being the
same lot and premises couveyrd to A. Lawrence and
O E. H. ilariia by Jobu Campbell, by deed register
ed in Kegisu r's office of Davidson county, In book No.
Id, pages 8G aud 87, being the same conveyed by E.
Lawrence aud C. E. H. Alurtin to s.iid A. i-awronce,
by deed registered in same oClce iu book No. 2C, pa
ges 101 and ICS.
Tho t.tle to the above described property is be
lieved to be good, with right of redempUou waived,
but 1 will only convey such title as is vetted in ma
by tbe deed rul'erred to as above. Hale at the Court
house door within tbe usual Louis.
CHARLES A. FULIXR,
Nashville, June 0, 18C0-td Treasurer.
Tempest's Fruit Jars
UJ K have en hand several hundred dozen Quarts
and Half Gallon cf these laaious Fruit Jars.
Tbe simplest, cheapest and best ar icle vet Invented
fir the preservation of Fruit and Vegetables.
Tempest's Jars preserve Stkawbkbjurs 1
Tempest's Jars preserve RisratftiUKS I
Tempest's Jars preserve Clackbkkkiks t
Tempest's Jars preserve I'm 1'iaxl!
Teirprst's Jars preserve Tkachics 1
Tempest's Jars preserve I'trasl
Tempest's Jars preserve QcOiCES !
Tempest's Jars preserve Chkrmks !
Iemp"f Jars preserve T matum I
We havea full supply of Arthur's Cia-s, Ctnce and
Tin Jars of all sizes.
AL&U. Ludlow's Clanar.d Tin Jars, all sires
which we areoff-'ring at cost price, as we leel assured
Tempest's Stone Jars
must supercede all others,
juucft-lf MACKEN7.1F. & M1XCI1IX.
Ladies9 French Dress and Pack
J O U ?k VLA M a r. i: ,
1 College Street,
Ladies' aud Gents' Fine Trunks,
nA3 received .1 iditional supplies of Ladiet.' Extra
. Ltrge Dress Trucks, of the latest sty h-s. Bot
Englit'h Sole Leather Meel Spring Trunks; Ignites'
Bonnet Boxes, single and entile top; YsIi-hm, llas,
kc.,kc, lor sale at very low prices.
JuneS-tf JoHN RAUACF-.
Large Sale of Marbles for Cash.
I Will, tell on SATt KDA Y, the noth lust., for Ca ,
at the Warebou.se of A. Ilaniiiton , foil l'etrer. Mar
ble, consisting of
iV) "oot ito;
1 Uarlilo Chunk;
C imb Tahlet.
Fale to Uke pbice at 11 o'clock A. it. Thn iLovo
saU-s is luade to pay freight and charcL-s.
J.N'O. 11. ilAKKI-4, Anent,
juiiei-ld a For Swuucr (i u-ii wid .a
TJ1HE Commencement Fxencisss of this Inxlit uti..n
X will tike piace on Tuunul.iy , Juue Tin, t..-m.
niog at 9 o'clock A. M
lb Addres l the lraliiates will be del.vered by
Mr. W. H. lltwkin.
A Concert w ill be givm on Vlii.-sJy riritilnr,
June out, commencing at o'clock, by tbe T--a hKr
and PupiU of tlif Musical Uepartmeaa. '
The patrons of the College, and the public general
ly are ivsprctfully Invited to atten.
Tbe 1'Jtn Annual Scrsa-a of Minerva Collrge wll
ijifs oo lDily . S.-; t. ud, lAbti.
roa31-dtriaw 3. K. JONM.
1G Y IIA IIS OLD.
If. 7 F. tiave rsneived a smail lot of Appla Brandy
vV from North Carolina, txl to be si stern -jIJ
old.whlih bel.eyel'. be airictly pure, an4
repreaeot-d. i.UiYlTl' iMIl H.
- A L S
IS bond, 3 caJkcf James' IIanesy Uraidr, (Via.
tag. of 103), which, we think will u;t tbe uxzt
ra.tUd.ous patate. I tLLYKfT a SMITH.
A L S O . - :
4 IX of cUic Wb say, til facre siacc16&9, and
J. whtch defy nmiMt lna.
UXLYkTT k SVirTH,
lane&.lo . No. lOssd If sUrk-t MreeL ;
JOIlftS ii. CItO.SLIiY'.S- -
Improved C ilta Fmbi Ctmrnt Roofing
ISTBstiiaamt aaiosTM'aaBtaaooFisiariNt. 1
ta mt u vravui rsoor. It caa be appiM4 u. t
and ols ttoues ail ai'Iia sihI t U Musgle mala
waost rvaaevtift the skingUs.
Tilt COST W VSVT ABOITT ONE TH!HD THAT"
TIN, AfU H TWICF. A-S lL.tABl-E.
fiiTii fsBcat Craarr for mertio and repairinc
Tlx and Msxaa Jtuofs of every aWcripUua.
From na great ebttueny, ia sa u.)ured by the suo
trxuua aad essanatos c4 sbetais , aaJ wr.U u4 rscs
ia eoiU Morrwa a wi a wtjltor. tbete auitenis
hare twve thotougbiy tratrd ta New York at.d all
parts of tbe Scatbera aad Vetera Suit, aad
eaa give abuaiUsl prvuf tf U we ctauu m Uietr
Th.y are rdi!y applied by vrdlcary UUnrrr, at
atmLageipeaiat. - ;
"X HEAT U EEQUUFP."
Th materials are Pt as ru!y fee ase, aad ar
sh.ppiea to all iaru U tb. cooi.try, alia luil svlnua
direcuuaa tut tnn.iuiu.
Full dcr'ptiva circulars sUl be forwarded oo P-
pluta y ttwul ta ptnnum.M mr war pi m
x . at r c ixo ff.. trp jf h ) -s-
r?K PwTES IStarre?cJrwi,dfi'1
I ky sac iy
M'LLE CAMILLE XTRSO,
, 7 1 OJiIX I
Ll . v-.i vs i ' -
- MADAME EMILIE XTRSO,
' T ' 1 s ". Can ta trice Celebre,
IM'LLE ADILE GR1GNOX,
Trim Donna from Paris, acd
GEORGE M. TAYLOR,
Tne wn known ta'antod' Pianist, will give a
GRAND VOCAL AND
Instrumental " Concert ,
At Odd Fellow's Hall,
Friday Evening, Jnne 8th, I860.
Doors open at half-past seven. Concert to com
mence at S o'clock.
Tickets $1 oarh, to bo had it all the Principal Mu
ale and Bouk Stores. jtmeft-td
Fl VE NIGHTS LO NO E R .
Commencing Monday, June i
Admission .0 cent?; children and servants
Ministers of the Gospel and School Tcachrrs ad
mittedfm'. ' - -.- - - "
Grand Mattinec on Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'
clock. Children will be admitted at 15 cents.
1. A. AIaEVAXIIEIVS
A IV JV U A L
SALE OF STOCK.
On Thursday, tbe Ulh of June nut,
T WLL sell at public anrt ou at Woodbiirn Farm,
Fortv Head of Young
Bulls and Heifers.
I propose uteo to Oder for Rale the Inpoited Dull
Niriu&,El Hakim feFantichini,
s-Catalotruexrontainine ti-t of stock and terms
of siilo my be had on application to Mr. D. Swigert,
or the punscriner.
iune2-td R AlTfTIESOV ALESANPER.
DEALCR IS SHOES, is in receipt of
Boys' Cab Sewed Oxfords;
Boys' Calf Pegfed do;
latent leather Dress Shoe-"-.
" Congreps Oaitfl;.-;
. Calf Con grer G altera :
Lasiinjj Congress tlaiters;
' fair Pump Sole Cailern;
Ctlf Tie Shoes, &c., Ax,
" Toilet Hl.ppers;
AIO, Youth's Boot., Shoes and Gaiters of every
di-scriptiou .and at low prices.
JOHN1 R A MAGE,
may'26-tf 4'iCollefn rUeet.
GOULD & FEEEMAN,
No. 7 College street,
received a lirca and well xlovtel
Consiating in part of Fine Rosewood Uabofany and
Superior Oak, Wahojany and Walnut
Several new styles Painted and tjiauicilJ
TlX'KtKS PPRIXU BEDS, CHAIRS, MATTRE-ES, C
. Our flock Is larire und complete. Person wishlnf
a superior article of t urnilurn woa.it do well to give
us a call as we are olivine our stock at reduced lri
ces aud warrant every article sold.
may-lm COULD & FREEMAN'.
Ladies' Fine Snocs and Gaiters
JOHN RAM AG K, 42 Colleg" strwt,
I in Receipt of
LAMES' Frenrh La5tin;CongreFa and LaceCaUerc,
Kranci? Tho t'trst" Gaiters,
Kid and French Ladling- Heel Slippers,
Uluve Calf Congress Gaitem, with and
" Freorh and English Glove Kid Slipfiers,
' t'urt-3o Kid I'ump 6le Boots, Ac.
1 ith a great variety of styles for Misses and Chil
dren. A beautiful assortment of Iuf.iot Shorn,
niayia JO! IN RAMAGK.
a. c. aM'Euso.v.
ll.C.AJDEBSON & CO.
Xo. 47 .Nor lit Market Mrrel,
FOUR POORS FROM THE SQUARE,
UAVIStJ removed one door above tbe old (land
would respectfully invite the attention of their
friend-tand tLe publie generally to their extrusive
SPUING AM) SUM31C11
Which we are prepared lobelias low as any hoaein
tlie city , and warrant to pive general Kalwfaclion.
The (ioous having been peh-cted and nnnufacluret
under our ow u kupcrir.leuilabt.e. Our ftock consists
of every grade and tlyie of
COATS, VESTS, PATS, UAJS A.ND CAPS
Cf the latent sty ler, together with a l.trce Hf ck
Shirts, Collars, Cravat?, Cloves, Suspenders,
Morino Unrlor-5-hirta and Drawer",
Traveliop:, Packing Trunks
ami Carpet Baf,
Of all Siie., which Wilt Ire dd very rhe.tp.
Cloths, Cassimeres aud VeslicgSt
A fpleudld s.innrtmont, whlca will be made up St th
phortvet nonce In the nvwt fashionablsfctyle.
4)r4atUng done at tbe chortent untice.
mr Kn't forget the place. Market street, (our
door from tht i'ublic. Square.
aprl4-2m ; . R. C aXTHORSON CO.
FRANK LESLIE'S MONTHLY, for Jane;
KNICKERBOCKER MAUAZINV:, foe Juoe;
HIAIOTIC A3 AZI VE, fur June;
Jut received by F. HAGAN,
ma, ?-tf cuas CbUege street.
A Manificeot Chance s
X WILL sell my firmtn Frankliseosnty,Tesa.,i
Rock rck. six SBilca boatta-wwst of l uliahonva.
ronsiHmg of Sxw or mors Acren of land. It ran br
divided in to two pirats. It has ia It rood improve
nvntft the best of xprlse water; a good Urt an
Haw Mill, sad is witbts foar miles of three elebrat
For furUter Infnrmauoa apply u C ft. Warrs,oi
the place, or to a e at Ope tonkas, Ia.
jansiwtf B. F. WHITE.
X O T I C K .
THE "B")-4 sf Directors of the Ns'h villa Commer
cial lnsarutceCooipsay Sas dectered a divides
of fix IkolUrs s a'lare wit of ths protu for ta Ual.
S.S suvnUts aiyabte on aad after the t lh Una.
a bCPERB lot of Cases, received sod lor eate sy
i. A. aprft-U
J. II. McGlLt,
' Ja&t Reteiied br M. 1. farriih t C.
RAlii Cruibed Cora ;
lou bags tanuly Meml;
bac Wluio Meal Corn.
BAD LUCK IS GOOD lA'Cli
" AXt -
ISaraisattss o!d (ttaod, Ai I'sto street, wdh a
tut at8Bt of . ererjtt:a- ta tho Slusc, Ty
sad raacy Lioe.whera be wttl k pisawd la w I hj
usallau will Uvor tuts wa their patra.af
J retetved by Ej,pr!4Uir rale by T. HAC1S.
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utino.-t curiofity to see It. Baron Humboldt, who
was unqu.-MiOr.hly the most thoroughly cosmopoli
tan savant of the aje, and perbapj tlie mo-t cho
lulely learned inn tht ever lived, had his own pri
vate thoughts and op cioni of men and things wh.ch
he very freely exprefsed ia these off-hand private
letters to bi friend. They are full of nnecdote.gns
sip und scandal out r.poken, never sparing, dealing
la every (oven the highea) direction Amounting
correspon-teuce will he fouii t curious letters ou pub
lie and private lnterft, fr"-ra many of tbe ino-t cel
ebrated and prominent men in every eprtment of
Literature, Slut, Sc'enee and Ai t.
W. T. BERRY & CO. lit; also Just recc ed Proles
Str J. II. INORAHAM'S
3i K W V O IV lv ,
THE THRONE OF DAVID,
1 vol. 1-irau. cl-.th.
W. T. ItKKHV ii. CO.,
tnayC4-tf Public imire. -
DIBITS OF (.COD SOCIETY.
A Hand Book for Ladles aud Gentlamea
This U not, as mlbt be Inferred, a collection ol set
forms, ceremonies ,pon.ts of ctirjuettr, and couven
alonallFtus. Written by a pern well conversant
with the world, and, withal, a dp U.inker, a race
xeasoner, aod a correct moralist. It ill becomes
xtandard work on Hatittjand MaluiT,aii'l lil llod
its way into every libr-iry- For sale by
iVHS YORK A CO .
mj 11 No. SS Uuion j -. t.
3Irs. Swuihworth'.s lcw Dook,
T II V.
Haunted Homestead ;
with hkj: a uto k lot t r a ra y
m ns. south v o n t u ,
A u til or of Idy of the Ule, Lost Heiress, etc.. tc.
bound 91 i, paper l 00, for sale by
JoIIN YORK k CO.,
tasrll-tf No. 3 I'niou Street.
a. w. joumos,ja.
JAO. a. TKKAXoa.
Johnson & Treanor,
.INo. a I'niou Street,
Clioire IVew Grass Butter.
rKOS. nn new re?o l;uller will arrive 00
to-morrow riorum? per IUi!rtd , and for ul
HEX J. 1". tliUUW & CO.
A FINE Buggy Horse for sale applr to
may 1 5 KEN J . V. Mi I IJ.US C .
OW is the time to put tbem up. The bevl
m Teenpri-t's cllow hn Jar tne Iv9t and tne
M'KltiEUATORS. If yon want your butler m.rd.
yosr J ruiisujol. your sseats tt lor iLe utile, so I save
vosr ice ctt ine of our best i'b'.Udeliihuv Kirlg. ra-
torr 4be most eronomtrai and tbe bent arirf-le iu Ihe
marked tlACKEN.IE At sllNclUN.
DRICS AND MEDICINES.
A. li. KOSCOE & CO.,
WHOLESALE AKD BET AIL DEUCGI3IS-
VT. Comer of Broad aad Market street,
K are prepared to eieco'e orders lor UrttJCS
mmm Melelsie and ait articles prrum-
Ingtotne lrug rtuaioeisa, witu uc-'palcU sd at tu
low saarket price. . . -
Tb Same alteoUoa will be gives as bertofor Io
have e erv article of as good Quality a represented
M4 a so lost -voce will as) thm be put n p tbat U of
a Ooubtfui or ooli jiiicmiej rnaracu-r.
It M our tntentivsi to snatalaia the reptitat'U we
htea csSaOUahed ta oiJlaa' sooe tal Pore fro s oo
Mcaliues.and we, theref ore. Invite you to exatnioa
(ue stocc beforo bojuif eUewbere, believteg wecaa
hum tow tnuueetseats m lm ottered ta tb or aoy
ether r'.Hilhcrs cltv. Id a IdlUoa to Irar wo have
eoostaiitly ea hau4 a Urro atock of Perfumery,
vewna ssd TiKlrl Articles, Wsul Lead, Llned OU,
Tnrp--nlih t mi -qi t m b uwi wr mi
P U R E WINES,
J ik t reouvd and fur rah. by
ETIEXXE L.IMBEKT & CO.,
. COLONNADE DHLDINGS,
A3 Ciierrr St- alrille. -
r A CASES geauts lW.bueck Chamsagaej
Jiy M saaew " " P-J
asrascs Ta:wCrpCtsngae, J. UiiMwt;
M So CbM rmr, t-uam wab;
tin ml. mm ttarani( uurgoajy;
Ibawws Laarac Claret;
Cuataae CUrvl, first qwaiii)':
LaiMM, La Sie ad irrt ;
Nlf'r, tto fttu-si braudi.
Rw)al h-irty r-rt;
Taus. Hii. la-sidy;
Vordiic, hiat rardciol ;
AMfiUit keward frr M lur;
ku Trus rr js-ai ,
A Uk-o , Yer k. c.l h, IL nirUc, eWi.';
ss4 b uaeiio lAtivo tAi;
All our direct s-itroea rsjMcuuoa per hrk Ala
Aba. ArESSlVlC ftrrTSES, mcoauaeadedi by
as Baa eavswet J-t n.
crt tllONi: LAMCERT It CX-.
aylM; J ii kirrjet.
- JUST RECEIVED BY
v V j H A G A X ,
- 41 College street.
BFRTHA PERCY, oa,LESrFJUXCE, by Varfsxats
Field. New York, D. Appletca t Co.
HISTORY OF THE F-ErUEUC OF THE CXTTPr.
STATES OF AMEIICA AS TRACED IX .THE
WRITINGS OF ALEXANDFR HAMILTON AND
OF HIS COTEMPO RAKIES, in 6 vols., by Jotn
Hamlltoa. Published by D Ayp'.eton & Co.
inEnisTor.T or ttie united states of ameb-
16 FROil THE DICOTEHY OF THE COXTXXEXX
TO THE CLOSE OF THE FIRST SFSSI0X OF THE
THIRTY-FIFTil CONGRESS, by J. H. Pattoo.
Elsborata fcistoriea of the United States have beea
ably written; coxepends, or school h'storiei, and
well adapted to the place they are designed to 11 , are
pr.merocs. Between these cocpends and tbe week
extending to Fix or more volume there ir room, as
w II ni s neceudy, for a History that shall be aaf-Coien-.ly
elaborate to trace the direct influences that
Lave had a rower ia moulding the character of the
Nation and its institutions, moral and political, a
volume that rbonl J present as fatly as is consistent
with this dc:-iU tluseevenU which are interesting
in themselves or charartertnic of the times and peo
ple. Put h a work tho author of this volume tutu
endeavored to supply. Published by D. AppWon &
Co., New York.
CHAMBERS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA. A Dictionary ot
universal knowledge to the people. Illustrated.
vol.1. A. Boll.
PLATO'S APOLOGY AND CSITO, by Tyler.
EXERCISES IN FRENCH SYNTAX, Wmkle-sn; ar-
ranged aHr Folctevin's "SyaUxe Franeaie."
MANUEL OF CHURCH MUSIC, by Waiter.
Constantly receirin all new Rooks by lprea
Call and exs:n:ne them. F. IIAGAN
mnylO-tf 41 College at.
BY virtue of a vendtioni expona i to me directed and
delivered from lh llocorable Circuit Court ot
Davidson co..Tenn.,at its Jacuary Terra, liiV, I will
e hso U public sale to the hiube.-st lild.r,forcaf h, at
tbe Court lluuse Yard, in the Ote f Na.hrtl!e, on
SATURDAY. thePth DAY OF JUNK, 1S60. all tbe
nxht, titli., Uaim, interest and estate, which Joel
A. Rattle then hid, or mar h.ive riuce j.cqord
is aa to the followtur deecrlel tract of land, con
LtimiiK 1 it.t lluuui t Acres, boaLded as follows
bouod-l on the South by the lands US. J. Battle, on
th East by tb lands of'R. Brock, Unas. Jobnwn and
Gray . on the North by Wm. Austin, and on the West
by the lards of A. Buh and Joseph Lland and Mrs.
S.J H.tttie. Levy made at ft o'cloek A. SI., May I4Ui,
1SC0, being Ihe s . me where Joel A. Battle now reside,
bt-iuc levied nn as tlie prrerty of Jnol A. Cattle tu
nil itTy a judgment rendered iu favor ot the Bank f-f
leiii te aHir.st J.1 A. Rattle. May 14th, ls0.
nuiyl6-td K. UKANCiI, Pep Sheriff.
LAND FOR SALE.
T AM n-w cffi-ricR for sale, privately , a portion of
1. my land upon nuien I new live, about fire n,:!e
troro the city , immediately froutics lljde's fer
ry l'lke. Tho amount prepos-d to be sold ts
Oiif Hundred RnJ Twenty-five Aeres,
Which is a3 fine and productive soil as there is in tha
county or State. There U a beautiful buildiug site,
wh.cn commands tho view of tho entire neibbnr
buod aad is well s?l in Bluo tras, ith a bcaLUIul
growth of flu forest trees. Belaceu fifty and Sixty
acras is fine clover land in growth; tne balance welt
timbered, for ail useful purposes. There Is aiso a
never failicg sprn g upon tbe tract, which aSurds
a S'lthcieucy of water for all purposes.
Ih.Jto wiblujr to purchase a splendid tract of Und
in a line neighborhood, and with all other advanta-
fea, would do well to call and see for tbemselvts.as
am desirous of selling.
For t?:ais, 4iC, apply to CLASCOCK: NEWS0M,
or to the unnersigned on the premises.
frarlj-triwlm N. B. HIDE.
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL
Uroatlviar, I'ew York.
t XT HEN completed six years ago th f I. Nicholas
VV was univrrsaliy pronounced tbe most magoifl
ccnt, cMivenieut and thnronahly o g an tied estab.
liEtiaaeutGf the kind onb'.a conuooct. What It was
then it remains to-lay without a nvl ta size, tu
xumptuouEucsr, and in tbe general elements t-t com.
fort and enjoyment. Tn- Hot-) has accommodations
lor lOc-0 guests, including led complete suites r-t
npartmcois for families. Sis hundred i-rsons can
be comtorubly seated at the tables of IU three pub
lic dining rooms, and nothing that nndern trt has
devUed tor the couveuienre aad social gratification
of the Ira vc.li i g public has been omitted in its plan,
or U uepleeted iu us praeiicai details. Ihe early rep
utation of Ihe house at borne and abroad, derived
from Us macuitude. Its superb appointment, and Its
hoiue-uke comforts aud luxuries, Las becu eubaceel
every year by the un ejried exert on ol thepmuri
tor THEAUWLLI . WHITCOUll A Ol.
FAST-TIME. TO NEW YORK I
rEOil C1SCTSNATI via. COLTMBUS.
Little Miami aud Cclumbus and
EXCLUSIVELY ANT EASTERN ROUTE!
irout ClriATl to
UOMTON.n3i; buur. NEW Yoi'.K in i3hrur.
I'HII.ADKLl'HIA in tb. KALTlUoKk la i hours.
BUKFAI.U in 10 bxir. DU.Nk.IiLk. in 14 V hoars.
PIVIMI HQ iu 14S b. IJ:VLLANDinHV hours.
STF.U bITN VILLFin 10 b. KlXlUNEin fli" bonrs.
UHtlUM, lu II b. COLI MbtSin4.. hours.
T1ISKC IHSCICH EXPRESS TEA1XS,
A new reatdre,anJ yeculiarto tha
LITTLE HIAKI HAILE0AD 0SLT,
At b A. 3!., MO A, a. and 12:30 P. 3f.
TU 1.11 II -. MIAMI 16 Ihe only RAILROAD to the
EAST, from Cuiriun-iti, rcniucg a Mi.Hf EXI'KfS
FKAlS , audiatue O.NLV KU i upon which
Sleeping Cars are ran from Cincinnati East.
T,Z r"m 7 .TSSSTenK,
QFroiiiC.neit.Bal i rta Colurr.bcs,BelUlr (Wheeling)
nd rfcvtimore uiuo linlroad; via txilumbus,
Steuhdiurvilleor Crestline, Pitt-iburg aud Pennsyira-
nia K iilrond , via tolunibuH, t leteUu J , luukirk or
UuRaloaud N. Vork & Erie or New YorkCeblraLKail-
EAEEAS LOW AS THE L0TJTE3T.
Hajrc Cleckel from Cincinnati to New
Vrt.i"ti i'nuueijihta, Ri'ioimre, Waahltigton .
BulUio, liuLkirk, I'UUOurg. Whcelit,);, CitvcUod,
rasifngtri atlh: South and West,
iro trit Cfirt and Sttd combined milk Safety,
MusHecure theirTickeis via CINClNN'ATIand theold
reliable!. lTTLU idl.WI KAll.KOALi via Columbus.
FOR THROUGH TICKETS,
Andallfnfurmation atCmrinnati.pleaae apyly at the
Ticket oihre o. 1 llurnrl llonae, eoruer
of Tliird V Vine; Italnut St. House;
at old ittit e Southcak Ctt'urr of Kroad-
May an (I Froul, opposite the .Spencer
louse, ana mug eastern ifrpvi. cai
1 rout treeC. t. W.sfKaui-R.
' V U c Lovers
Kttatti v finn t li
Cao U; f-uit(sl noaht-re bvttr than at
l:tii:nm: l,a.iibcut &. co.s
Colonaads I ail ding, 3 Cherry Street
. . srsKkV. atrsT armsv
J. N. & H. SPERRYv
Coinc:iioa, Rec'-ivlng and Fcrwardina
AND TFALEKS IN
Pure Ubes aud Brandies.
Alsa!)uiiir itie Litflot i, T.laeco, Cigars, le
No. 43 Uarket twraet, Cordos's Block,
HAVING aa'.Mtew ourselves vigetner tor too
the DurnOM ot traoM-tuig a Uroeral Grocery,
C-ucuraiioa aad r-cceiU.g asi I urwardmg Bwalaaaa
we fcl auieit,lr. m a iwg xperien is mis ousj-
svst,unat w ran girv satuucta wail w no may ia.
,m .1 a nn ibrir latrouag. U is ear iBientios to
keep c0"tnl y ta store a well assorted stoclt ef Gro
Kxi aad Lunrs.asd ocr ortsrta'satlcn to
aril iIwnw as cboap a they caa be bought elsewhere .
w- are sow racetr ng s larse and complete aaanrw
meek of t.rocrw-s, Wutu, Laors, Cigars aad To
tucce.to ttut we mv.w yar wuObUus. Our stotk
rosauts ta prt 4 tb fviiocwg article :
Villi, v ttsi.i r.fl, .
M bbdeogar; 10 boxes Boasoa Luwf:
1M btU puw. crata do; bo Vbls MnUsBra;
t lues and Liquors.
t bMarecualbay; d;
:j d j M-hina.a ci. du, li. p.gs Kraady , ufie,tiia
luO woxas tar Cacdieav SVv pk TaiaiBS;
ooo kog Nu; ol boa PwkiosaCataap;
tu9 bou-,l ii-.e; o uyttora;
suu rr k.teliH; 1 JO sum Tacks:
tnl uo alacoo's stacking; mh reain. wrap. Paper;
fro Soxes UTTtt'!vaua ,10s So Lotto.-Paper;
o rrvi UtM Ku : 100 bags ah ;
! ties r.iuu-d micmi; wnttnuio;
Mtnu .' Tubs; loo kit .Waekerrl
&S d Wkw Boarce; M K. fprr s, pws-
&s cuot rn-j a jute tuf loo swim trousd ioixr
1JO iiiaware; sad Pepper.
. - . . . . s-v..-
Clswro aud Tolaee,
fcu.uoo Henry Ciay C"jr;
lu ow Nap
x.Sa Ia iomi Iiki Cigars. isaporU d ;
lju(t tMrsoae Chex, vara branch;
uroaa Ss"aag T-wcco;
f,a tt-txes Laa.;bors tt Aria stead Tut ac o;
;j S- J. A. Oay r; .
. . .! VI Ik. tU
0 do Teaseasee Tvbaceo. vwrioo ranJ
Aad sa y taher srtauoa U. e-usrroa to neaucaj
i 4. ,1iS U. MUSI