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JOHX . BATCHES, AmcvxU Editor.
Oflro Jfe.16 ldrtcfc Street.
V , For President,
-t - -Ft alresilent.
- ELECTORAL TICKET .
FOB THE STATE AT LARGE.
BAILIE PETTOS, of Snmntr,
N. C5. TAVLOB, of Carter.
i rrini I w Committee.
Edwts H. Ewtso, Neill S. Deow.v, Allex
A T7iT t T.W. Maxet. Johx Lelltett,
T-.ti tt niiFVDER. Horace II. Harxi-
MOXDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1860.
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' The sectionallsts and disaniouists arc
the most unfortunate of men. They set out
in 1832, and Gen. Jackson overwhelmed them
with confasion, defeat and shame. Nearly
twenty years after, in 1850-51. they organi
zed another attempt to carry their pint in
several of the Southern SiaU-s whore tbe
ultra sentiments were most prevalent and in
the pending popular elections ire people
drove th m from the field in terrific discom
fiture and conrusion. They retired from their
positions, and the men who were foremost iu
ia: iiiuii twilr the hich front seats
in the Union synagogue. Tbey who de-
nouncd most bitterly the Compn mise of
1850, became, in act, its staunches friend?.
They who had planted themselves against the
doctrine of non-intervention and popular
sovereignty and held what they termed
Southern rights to be paramount to all other
.. . . . . , .1,
questions, inruea aouui unu ulcuiu-: me
sternest opponents of the slavery agitation.
In 1858. Mr. Yaxckt in view of the national
contest if this year, broke the peace and en
deavored to orgnuize a par y in the South
devoU-d to disunion, umier the name of the
"Southern League.' In that he also failed.
The people, even of his own State, wi re dis
gusted with the proposition and turned from
it with contempt.
The genius of revolution and civil war
next manifested itself in unendiug philippics
against a prominent democratic aspirant for
the Presidency, the embodiment, It is true, of
a visionary dogma and an absurd herisy;
but the same that the Democracy have con
stantly supported since 1848. The abuse of
Douglas was coupled with a declaration that
the election of . a Republican would be suf
ficient ground for a dissolution of the Union.
Thus they sought to do indirectly what tbey
could not do directly by breaking up the
democratic party, aiding cs much as they
could possibly do, to bring about the very
event on which they' hoped to destroy the
Union, the wit, the election of a Republican.
They have succeeded ia destroying the dem
ocratic party, and now - they are up for th2
chances of a Southern confederacy, and its
attendant consequences. But the people are
too intelligent to be deceived by the poorly
disguised trick of a monstrous design. They
failed in "32 they failed in '50-51 thty
failed in -53 and they will again fail in 'CO.
The democratic masses ought to hold the
bolters from the Baltimore Con ventiou to a
rigid accountability. Those gentlemen are
responsible for the disruption of the demo
cratic party and its present pitiable condi
tion, with, two sets cf candidates ia nomina
tion.' Had they remained in the Convention
the platform might have been amended, and
a candidate nominated upon whom the party
could have united cordially and harmonious
ly. But from some motive, which has not
yet transpired, they preferred to wander oif
after the Yancey secedere, and to join them
In iha rrMlinn f an IrronarnMn lr!fT ho.
(VMS the two wintr of tho nartv Tho.
policy was the worst that could have been
pursued. It was a blunder, the evil tffects
of which may never be remedied; because it
assured continued bitter and unrelenting
strife and consequent thorough disorgani
zation of the party. The Baltimore bolters
, 1 .)!..;. 4nm lit. .SM, .... .1
UV MW.hw. .mj - - J
'Disregarding the wishes of their constitu
ent, and yielding to the counsels of disor
ganizers who desired rather to punish an iu-
' dividual than to harmonize the discordant
elements which bad been collected together,
they assumrd Ike responsibility to dt Si-rt their
posts and join a taction. It is probable that
they did nut foresee, and did nut intend to
"priMiuce, the result that followed their action.
. Po.bty tbey thought that, by bolting, they
mizht so alarm those who rtmaiaea ia the
Convention that a compromise might be ct
' fected. In a word, like tue shrewd poker
player, tbey thought, perhaps, that by bold
blufft'jf, they might carry off the stakes.
Tbey were nvstukeu, however; but although
the recall was different from what tbey ex
pect d and intended, their responsibility is
not to It. " " -
- That hartnAnions action might have been
'secured, bud there bfen no yielding to the
seductions and blandishments of the original
ecedrs and tjieir backers, and const-qacntly
bo belting, is proven by the fct that the
Cnarfcston platrorm was amended before the
Convention adjourned, and also' by the facts
mentioned in the following extract from an
- article iu the Albany (N.Y.) Argus andA&zt,
whose editor was one of the delegation from
- r'ltiy c J j vwkAMiAuu vi kite m
tenuous of his colleagues
"The admission of the Southern delega-
' tlnn nrcieW as carried in the CortT-ntinn
Mad it not betn folicacrd by a taxstioa would
- not Ihive nomiaawd Mr. Douglas. He could
not have secured two-thirds, even of those
present, and, we speak confidently when we
say that there was no purpose certainly not
-m aa part of the New York delegation to
declare bim nominated without a two-thirds
ot of the delegates present Further than
this, we are entirely satisfied that, had there
been no secession, after it bad been demon
strated by a few ballots that Mr. Douglas
. .UUIU Ult VP
- been withdrawn by bis friends, and a harmo-
nioos nomination of some other person would
hare taken place. If not withdrawn, are
ctrlai he would km beat abandoned by a tufft
aaA wumbtr to katt gist naothereamdutiu two-
i lixrdt womi nirfi w Xe teeemon nominattd Ihug
Ihm. ILl tlx re been no secession at Charles
ton, another candidate would have been there
".nominated. - And bad there bees no secession
a HaitisKire, Mr. Douglas wo 2 Id not have
teen to nominee. He li therefore, clearly
i.idebttKi to the - blunders of h'js opponents
rtr hla finmtattifln.
Had no bolt took place, tien, Docolas
would "not have been nominated, and the
democratic party would have "been saved
the humiliation of its present condition.
Ah. Messrs. Bol.TERSJterribly hare yon sinned,
and terrible U the punishment you deserve.
The BascxixEiDoa Paett. Mr. Taxcit is
unquestionably the greatest of the leaders of
t'ae Breckinridge party.- He made a speech
at the close of the proceedings of the seceding
faction, immediately alter the nomiration
was made, in which he said :
- - I am no worshipper at the shrine of the
Union. I am no TJuiou-shrieker. I am neith
er for the Union, nor agaiant the Union ;
neither for disunion nor against disunion."
- - In f peaking of ilr. Docolas and his ad
herents, he said :
Can I give them any other name than the
name by which they will be damned to im
mortality the name of a recile-ss political
This sentiment was received by the con
clave of eeceders with applause, as was
his speech generally. It shows very clearly
the outlines of the policy of the party which
U playing into tie hands of these disnnion-
Bell and Everett Meeting at Frank
. A meeting of the friends of Bell and Ever
clt, was held on Saturday evening, June 23d,
at Frackford. Jas. B. Baggs, Esq , presided,
assisted by Vice Presidents and six Secreta
ries. Addresses were delivered by Col. Wm.
P. Seymour, of Norristown, and E. C Pechin.
Esq. The following resolutions, snbmitted
by Col. Wm. Y. Leader, was sidopttd:
Jiaolvtd, That ia John Bell and Elward
Everett we have candidates who, as citizens,
stand beyond reproach, and as statemen
rank as 1 be first of our country, and are in
every way worthy the support ol our country,
all who are opposed tu sectional strife, and
in favor of restoring the blesbings of peace
to our now distracted country.
A Bell and Everett Club was formed, and
The Breckinridge democracy, which met at
the Court House on Saturday, were so earn
est iu their expressions of love for the Union,
that one might have supposed it was a Bell
and Eri-n-tt demonstration. If it bad not
been for some unguarded expressions com
plimentary to the democratic party, and an
appeal to the party to vote for Breckinridge
and Lane which were doubtless thrown out
in the heat of the moment,--and a very hot
moment it was we should have concluded
that they were all for the glorious standard
bearers of the Constitution and the Union.
now he was Bccght OFF. ' Occasional,"
the Washington correspondent of Forney's
Prtss, says GovFitzpatrick was induced to
decline the nomination f-r the Vice Presi
dency on the Douglas ticket, after having,
through a friend, personally sought it, by a
promise of re-election to the United States
Senate. There may be some truth in the al
legation. During the last session of the Le
gislature, a proposition to bring on the elec
tion of Senator was made, and it was evident
that Mr. Fitzpatkick would be laid aside.
The election was, however, postponed. It
will come up at the next session.
Sf Gen. Bate, in his speech Saturday, al
luded to tha trait of honesty in the character
of Gen. Lane, which was disclosed by an in
cident in the Mexican war. Mr. Bate should
remember that Lane has been to Washington
since then, and has pretty thoroughly mixed
in with the Buchanan administration.
jZ5?Itisa significant fact that none of
the speakers at the Bf.eckixeidoe demonstra
tion on Saturday attempted to defend Mr.
Yaxcet. or to explain to the people how it
wa that they were in Intimate political as
sociation with him, and yet ralliant support
ers of conservatism and the Union. That is
a knot they cannot untie, and to cut it would
be rather dangerous just at this crisis in their
The Br.r.cKixr.U)CE democracy are
carrying their outward expressions of devo
tion to the Union to a romantic length. They
are so zealoas in that behalf, that in drawing
their lesolations they made mention of the
Union even before the Constitution. This is
going a little too far. Bat the poor mendi
cant is always most profuse in professions of
friendship-when he needs assistance.
Melancholy AsxorscEXEXT. Ecgxe Ux
de&wood, Esq.. made a speech to the Breck
ixr.iDGE democracy, giving in his adhesion to
that fractional organization. Heannoano-d,
with due solemnity that his old Whig mother
was dead, and that he had been for sometime
wandering about as a political orphan. We
did not have the pleasure of bearing him, but
presume he did not detail where and with
whom he had lodged siucc the funeral of his
beloved mother. It is needless to add that he
was taken in. .
Gen. Bales made the announcement, in his
speech to the Breckinridge democracy on
Saturday, that Gen. Lane would make a first
rate miller. He said this peculiar adapta
bility to that station was discovered by a
brawny brave soldier daring the Mexican
war. We have no reason to doubt the state
ment. If he will settle in our neighborhood
and set up in that kind of business, we should
probably take our grist to him, but we tcovld
stay to tee it ground.
ST The ablest portion of Mr. Qaarles'
sp ich at the Court House on Saturday, was
a vindication of Gen. Lane's uncouth habit
of bad sp; Hing. 'We could overlook Gen.
Line's bad orthornipby a great deal more
readily than his bad politics, his bad states
manship and his horribly bad company.
3" Mr. Wm. A. Qcakles, in his speech on
Saturday, amd t bat oue could . scarcely tell
whether the late Union Convention atClarks
was a Bell or a Douglas affair. That ws no
doubt true It is said that when a thunder
bolt strikes a man, he is hardly ever able . to
tell what hit him.
The ''Democratic Partt" ko more. The
Columbus (Ga.,) Time says the flag of the
Democrat ic . party is lowered, and the "fl.ig
of the South" has been reared aloft in its
stead, under the auspices of the "Constitution-
al States Rights rartyj" Hear you that, Dem
ocrats of Tennessee? -
The Baltimore Republican can't determine
whether to go for Breckinridge or Donglar,
tor fear of disunion, but hopes something yet
may be done to reconcile the Democracy and
save the Republic from disruption. " The best
thing the Bcpvblkan can do is to support Bell
and Everett, and get its party in Maryland
to do the same thing.";
The democracy split themselves into two
factions apparently with an eye to the "main
chance" by taking advantage of all the
chances. They have discovered already,
they . have "nary" chance.
Pooh "old Bccx." The Washington cor
respondent of the N. Y. Tatune says
Much feeling Is excited among' the few
friends or this Administration that neither ol
the Conventions gave It the first word of
recognition, toleration or . comfort. - Sir.
Bnchanau thinks he deserved as much from
the Sooth aa Mr. Pierce received, having sur
rendered mpch more to It, ---- -
Kortherxi " Tievr
Prospect of m
of :de' Campaign
While the dissolution of the democratic
party releases the South from Its despotic
rule of the last twenty years, and will oper
ate in that section, under Bell and Everetf,
to bring into the. foreground a substantial
conservative Union party, somewhat resem
bling the old whig party, there Is a -good
prospect of a similar reaction in the North.
As the parties in this contest now stand,
Douglas occupies the position of a mere fili
buster or gorilla fighter, not expecting any
thing but an Ignominious annihilation in the
general battle of November, bat employed
by bis adherents to watch the roads and cat
otf a baggage train here and there in our
Northern local, elections. His -supporters
seem to entertain the idea that he has a
boundless popularity, and that, in spite of all
the heavy odds against him, his name will
enable his partisans to elect a few State exe
cutive officers and legislators in the Northern
States, and perhaps even a few scattering
members of Congrts.
There is a lamentable redaction of the orig
inal Douglas programme ; but even this we
fear is too much. The Breckinridge ticket,
with the administration at its back, will real.y
leave Mr. Douglas without any ot the sinews
of war tor the present, and without any col
lateral securities tor the future. - On the oth
er ha.id, the independent conservative mem
bers of tbe-democi atic party, looking to the
future from the ruins of their party camp, in
the North as well as in the South, will be
very pt to fall back upon the ticket or Bell
anl Everett, as affording the best existing
nucleus for a new, sound and healthy na
Tue m rcauiile and manufacturing classes
of the North, like tbe tubsintial slavehold
ers ot the South, are eminently conservative
in their political instincts, habits and opin
ions. Their interests make them so. These
substantial classes ol ibe community are,
therefore, as much opposed to the irrepres
sible conflict" of the North agaiust the Sou.h
as they are to that wild Southern faction
whicli' seeks to lead " the cotton States into
a revolution," and a separate Southern con
federation. The Bell ticket, North and Smth. at this
moment, represents a large proportion-of the
i-ohd wealth of toe country. Out of the ex
isting confusion of thr- democracy, and con
sidering the sectional limitations of the re
publican party, this Constitutional. Union
party, so much ridiculed of late for its weak
ness, will soon be respected for its strength.
Should the election, by any lucky chapter of
accidents, be thrown into Congress, the con
test in the House will be between Lincoln,
Bell and Breckinridge, and in the Senate,
most probably, between Hamlin and Everett,
as the two highest candidates from the peo
ple. Ia this event the only compromise upon
which tbe House will be able o agree for
President, will be John Bell; and should the
House "Tail, Everett, by tbe action of the
Senate in having elected him Vice President,
will become tbe President. But assuming
that Lincoln will be elected by tbe people, it
is safe to predict that his party will begin to
fritter away from the moment he begins to
divide the spoils. From that moment this
Constitutional Union party will begin to
shine as tbe rising sun, and the heir apparent
lor the succession a great homogeneous na
tional party North and South, resting its
cause upon tbe solid financial, commercial
and industrial interests of tbe country, and
npon a suspension of this terrible slavery
agitation which has wrecked all our delunct
Presidential parties of the last forty years.
X. T. Herald, 27th.
Wanted An Impeachment.
The New York Tribune, under the head of
"A Case for Impeachment,' mrkes out
against Postmaster General Holt an elabor
ate indictment, three and a half columns
long. The gravamen of the charge is knowing
and deliberate connivance at Mr. Postmaster
Fowler's defalcation through a series of
years. 1 ne l nbune proves irom Mr. Holt's
own admissions, in his published statement :
First That tbe books and accounts of his
Department are not kept in accordance either
with the Jotter or spirit of the law.
Second That the whole time he has been
iu office, more than a year, the settlements
with tbe New York Postmaster were" decep
tive." " altogether delusfve," that " not a
dollar' of the enormous balance due from
Fowler was paid, but onlv an unlawful
transfer of indebtedness from one quarter to
another durinsr a period of more than a
Third That by these means, during his
term, there has been a defalcation of at least
S90,000, which is a total loss, unless a part
of it can be made on the bond of the security
Mr. Holt and every one else knowing that
the secanues of xowler are absolutely dis
charged by these deceptive and delusive set
Tbe Tribune concludes with the following.
In the face of this official confession to the
House of Representatives, Mr. Holt ' has no
escape from impeachment if the House of
Representatives doe its duty. A warning
and example is needed, and here stands Mr.
Holt a cutppit with his confoion in his
bands. Tbe occasion should not be neglect
ed of dealing with bim as be pretends to deal
with official delinquency. He pursues with
unsparing vigor wby sbould ue be spared
when tbe consequences ot his incapacity and
negligence have lost to the Government
more money than was ever before lost by one
Fitzpatrlck'a Letter of Declension.
Washington, Jane 25. 1SG0. ,
Gestlsyex: Your letter of to-day infotm-
ing me thai I have been unanimously nomi
nated by tbe National Couvintion of the
Democracy which met at Charleston on the
23d of April last, and adjourned to meet at
Baltimore ou tbe 18th of June, as their can
didate for the office of Vice President, was
duly received. Acknowledging with the
liveliest 8-nsibility ibis distinguished mark of
your conhdi nee ana regard, it is wun no
ordinary teeiings ot regret. tnat considera
tions, tbe recital of which I will not impose
upon you, c nstrain me to decline toe nomi
nation so flatteringly tendered. My designa
tion as a caud date for this high position
would have been more gratifying to me if it
had proceeded from a united Democracy
united both as to principles and to men. The
distracting differences at present existing in
tbe ranks ot tbe Democratic party were
strikingly exemplified both at Charleston and
ualumore, and, in my bumble opinion, dis
tinctly admonish me that I should-in no
way contribute to these unfortunate divis
The Black Republicans have harmoniously.
at least iu Convention, presented their can
didates tor toe presidency and Vice Presi
dency, bo has tbe Constitutional Union
party, as it is termed. Each party is already
engaged for the contest. Ia the presence of
sucn organizations, we still unfortunately
exhibit a divided camp. - What a melancholy
spect ide f It is calculated to cause every
Democratic citizen, who cherishes the Consti
tution ot bis country, to despond, if not to
despair, of tbe durability of the Union.
JJeairoa8, as far as I am capable of exercis
ing any lnuuence, to remove every obstacle
which may prevent a restoration ot tbe Deace.
harmony and perfect concord of the glorious
old party to which I have been Inflexibly
devoted from early manhood a parly which,
in my deliberate opinion, is the ouly real and
reliable licameut wbicb bind tbe South, the
North, the East and tho West together uoou
constilutional principles no alU-ruaUvo was
left to me but that which I hive herein moet
respectfully communicated to you.
or me agreeable manner in wbrch you
have ' conveyed " to me tho Action of tho
Convention, accept my sincere thanks. r
Very truly your friend and ob't servant,
To T7m. H. Ludlow, N. Y., and ethers. -
Delegates,- v -
Several of tbe seceding delegates from the
Baltimore Convention have passed down the
road this week. - Tbey look sad and despond
ing, though in all probability an -effort wilt
be made to get up some show of gratification
and enthusiasm iu this Mate over the nomi
nations of the Southern or Seceding Ticket;
However, in three weeks from this , time,
there will not be a man in the State bold
enough to assert that tne ticket has toe re
motest chance of an election. -" No Chance"
is written all over the faces of the returning
deleeate. and the best they expect to do Is
to carry some three or four Southern Slates,
. . . . 4 . t ' -1
with tue hope oi tnrowiug tne election into
the House of Representatives a contingency
to be prevented if possible, and which can
be prevented by the people taking the coo-
test into their own nanas, snu electing ecu
aud Everett Athens rod., , . - .
-. Senator Rice cf Minnesota, and Mr. Beck
er. Democratic . candidate for Governor of
that State last year, have come out for Breck
inridge. So has Frank Steele, of Fort Snell
ipg notoriety a favor for which the DoogUs-
ites ought to be daly thankful, m
jC 1".'''... - For th Daily Patriot. 1
Hunting over a file of old . papers some
time since, I came across an account of the
fatigue and misery endured by the first wife
of Garibaldi, the famous Italian General,
in order to save his life, and I thought, while
the world now L rin gswithrbl3 praise, how
few there be. would cast a-thought on that
heroic woman, who saciificed her IL'e to save,
bim. Tin this frtfme of "mind I wrote as fol-
: BT QCTd SACK,
The wife ot Garibaldi died of fatigue en
dared to saTe her bxisbzn&Foreign AetcsT -Ol
thos who perished in a holy cans, - . 7-
la aU thy heart's fond pnrity and youth,
Ahovs thy 4sbes let the coffer pause j
And maM on woman's constancy and truth ; j-.--Her
firm endurance to the one beloved,''" " I
Exalted hope and tenderness divine, "
Which bade her meet tbe bitterest fate immored
And oner his itself upon lore's shrine. :
On that high shrine full many a gift is placed. :
Commemorating deeds that hearts have done, -And
on it altars many a line is traced, , ; ; 7
...Of those who worshipped but to be undone.
There youth hath lain its glories life its jlrime, ;
And genius offered up its hard-earned crown, ''
But, ao.ii&n such a sacrifice as thine .
This heeiess world hath seldom looked upon.
Who, but a woman, when the chock had paled," , -
And t e firm step bad slower grown and faint.
When even hope of saTing him has tailed, . "
Could ca;mly die, and utter no complaintf
Where a low sng tbe sighing night winds sing,
'Mid trees whose branches stoop to kiss the wave, ,
Wjj given her rest from all her wandering, .
Beneath the peaceful quiet of the grave.
Oil! mm may love with fervor, but it isin.vain
To hope from hicu the holy, patient laith ' ',
Tbe stoical indifference t love or pain, ,
Endured to save the loved, that woman hath,
His heart U fondest and his woe most warm,
-tt'ben joy's bright sun shines on affection's wreath
But, woman, thou cios't love through danger and
through storm, ' : '-
Unfading, changeless, eten, until death! 1 L 1
For the Daily Patri ot.
Y ea and No To Pink.
When Charley asked me to be his,
1 laughed and told him no;
Xot that I wanted bim to think
I really meant it so;
But just to hear what he would say,
And see what he would do, -To
hear bim lull me o'er and o'er
What Iulready knew. -
But when he took his hat and said,
"Good morning I must go"
I couldn't call his name at all,
My heart was beating so .
I heard his step upoa tbe porch ,
I heard the closing gate,
I started up to call bim back,
But no, thinks I, I'll wait.
And so I waited ; bufalas,
I waited all in vain.
One "No" was quite enough for Charles,
He never came again.
Now, Pisk, remember what I fay,
And when you have a love,
To whom your heart is saying Tes,
Don't let your lips say No.
Grape Hill, Va.
Split vs. Split.
'Abe and his rait." O worse than idle tale
We Democrats can lay you on the shelf;
Boast of a man who's only split a rail 1
Cur good old party's gone and split itself.
Col. Forney on tbe President.
The Philadelphia Prets, of Wednesday, con
tains a terrible article on the second protest
of the President against the Covode Commit
tee. We give a passage respecting Mr. Ec
The President of the United State?, who
deals in jobs and offers bribes to independent
journalists, should not wince when the voice
of tbe nation demands that his conduct
should be rebnked. Even tbe magnetic tele
graph falls uuJer the solemn denunciations
of our high aud mighty Chief Magistrate; but
ne ougbt to recollect tnat he who has at
tempted to prostitute that great agent of in
telligence to his own uses should uot bewail
his late when others insist upon employing it
Mr. Buchanan talks of the " cowardice" of
employing insulting lancuaee arainst the
President. Has he ever reflected uDon the
"cowardice" of a President, who clothed
with almost unlimited - power, rewards the
corrupt and strikes down tbe honorable, ex
pels men from office witnout explanation,
and lays his heavy hand upon all who dare
to tninfc and act like freemen T He tells us
too, ot the " Lion's Mouth of Venice." " the
Star Chamber of England," and " the Revo
lutionary tribunal ot ranee in the days of
Robespierre." But is there not another
- liou's mouth" ia Washington I Has he not
permitted abandoned mercenaries to drop in
to bis ear the worst calumnies against his best
irieuda T Has not bis Cabinet been a " Star
Chamber," iu which every honest man has
odu puui8bed. and tree principles betrayed?
Aud haa not ihe " Revolutionary tribunal of
Kob.spieire" been nn accepted precedent for
tnat Kelgn or Terror" which commenced
uuder bio own Administration, when he re
solv d to turn back upon his record, and' to
seek me overthrow ot the vital principle of
8elt-goverunv:ni? An " Elective Despotism"
is another of the Horrors of Mr. Buchanan.
Is it worse tban an oligarchy composed cf
slave-drivers, who hunt free men . because
tbey dare to be free, and insult and degrade
the representatives ot ibe people T Or worse
tban a dictatorship ia which one usurps tbe
rights of all, and destroys these rights with
out mercy? ! :
IV lie re tne Nomination was .Planned
speculations. - 5
(Correspondence of the N. Y. Express.) .- ' j
Baltimore. Jane 24. i
The New York and Eastern Delegates are
St irling off with thirteen cars in train this
evening. . i
The Northern Democrats in mass will go
for Doogla,-. The little secession. North,
has been only proorma, to save offices, but
most of tbe omcc noiders even, go lor Doug
las. Three United States Attorneys - an
nounced their determination - on the floor,
one even from North Carolina, another from
Maine. " ."" ' : t
Tbe nomination of Breckinridge was plan
ned and concocted in Washington, Toombs
amooz others coming down to put it tbroughJ
There never was any real Southern intention
of running Dickinson. - it was all a sham.
Breckinridge will do but very little South,
by way of results,' if the Douglas men are
not wholly " crashed out" there, and they
have no idea of being, they say.' Hence, the
following Bell and Evereli States South are
- Makylaxd, -. - - Georgia, - , ,
Virginia,- ' Texxessee,
North Carolina, ' Kkxtcckt, ,
, . Alabama, .. ..... . . Louisiana, . .-.
Delaware, ... .-Florida...-
Texas will go for Sam Houston.
-The Douglasites will be powerfully strength
ened in the North by ibe Southern secession.
I should not be surprised if they captured
New York and Massachusetts, as they almost
certainly will. Counecticut and Rhode Is
land, while they count :wilh reason upon
New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana
and Iowa, for they hold oat now (the way to
do It) the olive brunch to Whigs and Ameri
cans, and, sbuke ou all the sins of the Admin
istration.' , t . - v , - r-'
There ia a great chance, that one of the Vice
Presidents named will be the next President
of the United States. '."-:- : "
Almost all of the Anti-Douglas U. S. Sen
ators were in tbe secession Southern Conven
tion, Saturday night The Secretary of the
Treasury, and the Secretary of theJntcricr
were both there. ,
The Douglasities of -the North West left
Saturday night and Sunday, in the highest
state of joyous excitement. - ..--.V. .
Press : 5
. writes. to the'
Washington-, Jane 2C, 1SC0. Gradaallv,
bat rarelj, the Administration is whipping: in
its" adherents to the. support of tbe Dison
loa secefsion "ticket, headed by Breckin
ridge and Laoe. - The office-holders will be
compelled to aid this ticket or to lose their
places.; -. - r ' " 'T: , ; ".' ''r ,
" Tbe - Breckinridge democratic faction mre
besitaliag about getting op an electoral tick
et," At present,in Ohio. -iTtaey doa't wish lo
defeat .the local democratic ticket ia Cincin
nati and Hamilton county.. f
vThe Democrats grow jolly as the old b'clk
of tbe parly is Bickinor out "or sight : Tbey
no doubt feel very jolly jolly a a man with
the toothache, and five corns ondsr tl-tt
hdoi'iMrxnt Intent. -
3cl-fcure Cosmai. As.maj be" Seen" we maprt"
this wees, the advertisement of McLean's CorfihJ, Jcc.
1 1 is) very fl fccown we are not particularly fa
vorable to patent medicines, sad, as a general thicg,
ehew the whole of them with Hot JLittle ceremony,"
and with these sentiments we declined inserting this
advertisement nntil we kaw what were the ingre
dlents of the medicine, and how compounded. Thl3
we have leirned, and believing, as we do, that the
ingredients are goo!, and the compound Judiciously
made, we rccjmmend as a mixture . worthy of
pub He confidence. ' j
Theabova is from the St LoolsChrM tan Advo
cate, edited by the celeb-ated Rev. Dr. McAnally,
which speaks volumes in favor of McLean's Cordial.
Weay to all, try Jt See the advertisement in an.
other column. junelS-ltn
II olio way 'a Pills. For Indigestion, Stom
ach and Liver Complaints,' tbey have long borne the
palm. They increase the appetite, invigorato the
stomach, and cleanse tbe liver. In bowel complaints
they are equally efficacious, and for sick headache or
lowncss of spirits they stand without a rival, fold
Hem Jlbue rttstmenta.
. TDK ST. CLOUD HOTEL,
Enlarged and ltefuriii&lied.
rTtHti undersigned having taken the ST. CLOUD
uuitL, nas enlai gea it materially, rnd refur
nished it thoroughout iu the moat eit gant style, will
open the houso to the publio on Thursday tho 5th
ust. - SAilCKL J. CARTER.
July 2 dtf CO-..
iS now open lor the reception of visitors. - On and
after Tuesday the 3d day oc July, Mr. JtfStKB
FabkisH will run an accoinraodati'n Uinnibus, leaving
tho Hewanee House every Tuesday, lhursday,and
Saturday at 6 o'clock, A. A., arriving at tbe Spring
to dinner tare two dollars tfll euiid register t
Sewanee ILmse. The raooicai qualities ol tQise
tpr.nsare well known. For dyspepsia, diseases ol
uiuer,and ior complaints incident to it-males,
tUe are unsuriiaareu. There are five sulpuur
springs of u.n"-reut qualities, besidea free stone and
newl discovered cualybeie.
, Terms Per Day ; 1 f0
" Week 8 tO
' " Month SO to
- EorEe per week 3 60
Children aud servants half price.
WM. r. YEATMAX,
FAST LINE EAST!
VIA . . "
COMMENCING ON JUNE
Little Miami and Columbus and
CLV'TI, IIAJllLIOA & DITTOS
From CINCINNATI to
Boston in 32y( nours. New York in 30i hours.
Philadelphia iu 26 nours. Baltimore in i-t.'i tours.
Saratoga springs in lit nrs Aioany in 2a buurs.
Buffalo in 16 hours:
liuukirk in 14 hours.
Cleveland in hours.
VVhoelaud in hours.
Crestline in 6 hours,
i&ndusky in 10 hours.
Pittsburg in 12 hours,
taoubeuville in i0 ti'rs.
Zaneville in 6 hours.
Toledo in 9.4 hours.
liironga i rams leave u ir;iuii;s rs:
7:30 A. Itl. KXPKESSrfrom Untie Miami
Depji, ana Irom uiuuuiuuu, Hamilton & Dayton
Deiot, connects via columbus, Cleveland, l'Uiikirt
and Bullalo; via Columbus, t rist line and riusburg;
via Columbus, iiteubeDt.vi.le and Piitsburg" via
Columbus, Belnar and Pittsburg; via Columbus,
Bellair an d lieuwooa .
7:30 A. M. EXPRESS From C.ncinnati
Hamilton & Dayton uepji,auo connects via Laina,
Toledo, Detroit and Cmmda; via Dayton, Clyde una
lO A. EXPRESS From Little Miami
Depot, counecuj via Coluuious.Belliar and Benwoou.
via Columbus, Bclliar and rittsburg; via Columbus,
Crestline and Pittsburg; via coiuiubus, Cleveland,
DuuKirt ana uuuaio.
6 P. HI. EXPRESS From Cincinnati, Ham
iltoa & Day lou Depot, via A.ima, Toledo, Detroit aud
Cuuada; via Daytuu, Clyue uiid bauduaicy".
Modern Sleeping Cars on tli in Train,
11 P. 31. EXfBEiS From Little Miam
Depot, connects via. UiuuiOuE, tetuubennville and
Pittsburg; via Columbus, oelliar aud 1'iUFburg; via
Columous, tscuiar and iicuwood; via Uoluinou
Creatine and Pittsburg; via Coiuiubus, Cleveland
JUoderu Sleeping Cars on tikis Train.
Passengers for Lake Steamers, leavinsr Cine in'
nan n.c 7:oU A. m., hve o n.urs in Cleveland.
Leaving at iu A. m., make aurecc c jnaccuons,
27 C P. M. Exprese, Saturdays, makes all con
nections as advtrtised, except or Detroit
ottd points in VuJiuda. - ' .
The Kight Express runs Daily , Saturdays except
ed. AH otlicr trams run Daily, Saturdays excepted
Trains runby COLUMBUS TIliK, which lR7Minutes
r luster luau ciaciaaatt 1LU.
rage Checked TlirougU
all Eastern Cities.
Xi- Passengers slwuld bear iu mind that tho
"UaCLnNATi."' ia the OLD and FAVORITE koUTK
Connections arc maue proiuutiy, tuo Koatia are
tnurougbly BALLAS 1'fcJJ,, aud au inouern improve.
menu adopted insuring si-kD, contour aud&r El'Y,
Are sold at ail the PRINCIPLE RAILKOAD TICKET
OFFICES in the WLST and SOUTH. Ask for Tickets
P. W. SIKaDEB, General Ticket Ag't, Ciu'li
v Notice to Stockholders!1
Naauvllle and Cbattauoosa Railroad.
- K L PLKLN 1 LN DL.N T'S OillCK" . .
IVasliville, Juue iiStb, I860.
TX pursuance of a resolution paaeu O . te :xo-ck
X holders ot the NASllVlulh. aai'CUAil'AAUojA
KAlLKOAD COMPANY on tho 4tli day of uweiulxi
uist. the stockholders in said company will b-) car-
iod tree of cuarge over the Koad on tuo 3d, 4ih and
rtU aays of July, at their pleasure, by extubilttig
5heir certificates oi fetock to the junuuetor. i
JuutaO-ia. W. K. CvjLE,Sup't
SlierifTs Sale. .
Y virtue of five venditioni exponas, to mi direct
ed, aud delivered from tue Honorable Circuit
Court of Davidson County, leuuessee, at Its Alay
term, 1(460, 1 will expose to public sale, to the higu
eet bilUer,ior casli, at tho Court-UoUM Yard, iu
the City of .NasUvuMe, on Saturday, the ilst day oi
July, ltiOO, all the right, title , c Unu , intereut aud es
tat,hicu Jvard Lareuceand C. fc. li. Alarun,
theu had, or may nave 8in.e acquired in aud to the
following uescrioed Property, via A,part of tuo Haul
oi laudkJioMX ustue Garrett, property ana situuieu
ou tub north part of Mustvnle, aud beiuniug at a
coruer of au alley ou Hasluins street, lit leel wefct
of AlcLjuiore Street, and running west "JM lector
there abjut to tue bouth tast coiuvr oi tia&lums .o
North AaBhviile, theuce north about liO leet to au
alley of 12 leet wide, theuce east about luO leet, to
auotucr 1- foot alley , tuence south about 15U feel tu
tne bt ginning Levied ou as the property of fcd
ward Lawrence, to satLsl'y two judgmeuU lu favor of
Jas. t5. Craighead, and to in lavor oi M, M. Brien,
and one ia lavor oi K. H.Cbildres8,Sr.,ihni June ,8,
lsGJ. Sale within usual hours.
JUli-N K. KUMUNDSON, Sheriff. - -
By W. l. KotSfctvTouN , Deputy SheriO.
TkrMS of Saik. The-auove detitnljca property
will be sold tor. one . tniru cash, and tho balance ou
one aud two years with iuterest. -
Large Sale cr 'Xltorougrh Bred Trot
tins and other Hones a Woodbnrn
Farm.-;"- ' .--
,N Wednesday, the 22d day of ,Augnst next, E
will eell it public bale, between tilty and sixty-
bead of Thorough bred and Trotting and other
Horses, consisting of about fifteen tuorough bred
brood mares, tne same number of trotting mare.,
aud tan halt tee young stock of both sorts. .
-Catalogues cf stocK ready for oirtribution, one
mouth previous to day of sale, aud may be had ou
application to l)r.I. Swioart, or tbe tubscriber,
' K. AITOHESON AUXiNDtR.
TVoodburn Farm ianear spring Station, on Lex
ington and Frankfort Railroad. .. june3l-t2u.
CAKE'S SULPHUR SPRINGS.
THE underf igned respectfully inform hie eld
friends and the public generally tnat the above
watering place will be opened far the receptioao
YfEi'ors on the 1st day of June. . . .
He basa large Dancing Room, Ten Pin Alley, c.
for tho amusement of his visitors. Iheee springs
have as fine meaiculal qualiti'8 as any tn the dtate.
Alt who are afflicted with Dyspepsia, Bowel Diseases,
Headache, &c., would do well to give them a trial.:
He has Sulphur, Chalybeate and tree bloue water,
all of the very best kind. The Springs are situated
in a. pleasaut healthy locality, 10 nilen South of
Franklin and 3 miies wesA oi Thompson's Station.
Ha weuid say to all who may favor bun w.th a visit
that no pains will be spared tc make it a pleasant one.
-r;s:,. B i T E R M S - - ;
Board per week s . r y : r ; : .$3 00
do. ''dsy, "": : : .1 li5
Siuglo meal, : : --. i.- - i : : : 60
Childrea unaer II ycarsand servants half price. -Keeping-
Horse per week, - : i :. 3i0
AU extra trouble extra charge.
JKg The hack will meet toe can at Thompson Sta
tion on Mondays, Wednesday, and Friday a, in tbe
morning, and Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday,
in the evening. .1,; WM. CAYC&
- ir tt"GM?e;onId peak
tTTE .hohld'learn that one half of tho children
v V a born d before thoy are Bye years old. Oive
no strong medicines to children, but at one. resort
t the Gri'eaberg -. . . ... ...
f " Cliildreis's" "'Panacea, T "
The most valuable medicine fr jmtte children that
has ever been invented ; - -
. ' Tte vlleattii Bitter?,"
F't5"cetrts, will make half a gallon of the best
Komach Bitters known invaluable for weak constt
KUons, dyspeptic habits, billions oisorder derartre
m wt or the atsmaeh and bowels. ivery lan-iry
would as them at ibo prnt change of tt r- !iu
V. H. CEI5P,..
MESSRS. L0XG & WELLS' -
Unrivaled Troupe of Artist.
" ; - FOR 0XE WE OXLY,
Commcuciu: 31 on day, July
- Excelsior band of tne "World,
Selected from the best per to rmers of New York,
Philade'phiaand New Orleans. "AmODg tie EUri,
observe the following name , of acknowledged
talent and superiority:
B. A. Cotton, Geo. M. Hill,
Jo. Alairs, w m. neraau,
SamGarunsr, T. Chatiield, .
J. r Warn bold, L'naries xoung,
J.KiUslow, Tom Allen, -
J. W. Adams, Mr. Ptaflenechlager
Doors open at 4 o'clock, Performance comaeae
at 8. o'clock. .
PRICES OF ADMISSION. -
Dress Circle an d Parqoette, 60 cenU; Second Cir
cle, 25 cents; Colored Galltry ,25 cent.
Job Lots of Boots and Shoes,
WE have a large invoice of first quality of Boots
aud Shoes, which we will U at a great bar
gain for cash, or four months prompt pap r. Call
immediately a- tbey must be s. Id ,at our n are roms
up stairs, No. 71.
juut--u. , ituutkc s uua.
Bartliolf's Sevring Machine ,
The Best in Use,
No 29 opposite the Sewanee House.
11 E M O V AX..
HAVE removed their Book-Bindery jmstWtt
aud Black-Boole Manufactory to 11'' S 9
tuo Baptist Publishing House, next f, j
house below Douglas & Co., north ymtsmsw
Market street, No. 69, 2d door from the Square aa4
win oe glad to see ai: cneiroia customers ana invite
new ones tbat wattt work in our line. We are pie-
pared to mako blank Books in the best manner aact
after any given pattern. Particular attention will b
paid to tue Binding of Periodicals and old Books
Our prices are as low aa the lowest. The ptylee-f
work can be seen at the Biudery or More on Umfe
street. Books left at either place will receive in-
mediate attention. . febll-insdtf
One of the most fopDlar and Beneioleit
On Dcadericlt street,
r'f'HE Doetor himself is an old Practitioner, f-oss
X the old and this country, beiDgalready 15 years
io America, having manfully and honorably sur
mounted all the trials cl tbe new world, aud bat
tled ind conquered death of the whole range of dis
eases of our different climates, Soutn and North, so
1 1 at the hme of his success in the tr(a.ment of gen
eral mnd private diseases is indisputable, far wbicn
he has the most reliable references.
Special atuntion paid to diseises of Females and
Children, and much gratification he feeis.iu gener
al, by being entrusted with desperate cases. For to
illustrate his skill, be is conversant wi'.h the Amen
can, Freuch and German languages., and always
ready to tender his advice and tervVes with polite
ness, conscientiou uess and discretion,
t'e.-sons at a distance may have his advice and
mcdn:ines by consulting Lim ihrougU letters, inclos-
1 . . . I) . .. 1 .. V nna
iii . tvv, I. rwi'uiutc uoa .o. .uu.
His. Family Residence is on North Market street
Dlagazines anil Nc spapers.
". narper's New Monthly Magazine for July;
Fnuik Leslie's Monthly and Gazette of Fashion for
Godey's Ladies Book for July; ' ..'..
': Peterson's Magazine for July;
. Knickerbocker Monthly Magazine for July;
. The London Illustrated News, weekly ;
" . Wilke's Spir it cf the Times, weekly;
' Portcr'tSpir lof the Times, weekly;
. Waverly Magazine, weekly ;
Harper's Journal of Civilizaion, weekly;
: Leslie's Illustrated News, weekly;
: New York Ledger, weekly; ' ' '
1. New York Mercury ; New York 'Weekly; ""
For sale by JOHN YORK ft CO., :
. j une20-tf No. S8 Union street.
Valuable Real Estate
FOU SALE; .'M
I AM now offering at private sale my family re
detice, adjoining the town of Waverly, ia tb
county of Huini hrcys, sitnnted immediately on the
miin ftago road from Nashville to Memphis and
within haif a milo of the Nashville and fiorlb .west
ern llailroad, containing about 15 acres of 'land
well improved. A neat and comfortable dwelling,
bouse, kitchen, and other necessary outhouses, a
good well of never-failing water,- Ac, ic. - .
Also, my faro in Benton county, immediately fita
the stage road, and wilhin.one miie of. tbe K. sc. N.
W. Railroad, cut lining about 'iGO acres, 100 of waich
U in cultivation. There are aso four good Gratis
Ixns, well situated as to Etock water, witn a never
failing supply both lor stock aud family use. Ibo
iniproveuiuts consist of a neat - aud commodioa.
Duelling-house, ita kitcheusaud other necessary
out huutes. This place is Well known to the travel,
ing cotumunity as Clark's laveru stand, nvc ntiies
irom the Tetmsste river, aud four uuiiea treat i the
towu .1 Camden, i5entou county, Tenn.
. .i'erni liberal. For further particulars apply to
tbe subscriber near Waverly, Humphrey. Co., lens,
t juuvJ4-4w , .C. W.RlYbfi.t
CRYSTAL1ZED Wl SDOM ART OF FORETELLING
il l UKK tVENlS. FuU, accurate and practical
disclosures ol tue secrets of Astrology, Chiromany,
Narratives, Gcomancy. Thirty-two combinations,
embracing almost every conceivable phase of bunion
life . Fhysiououiy and Metoposcopy, History, Narra
tives, &c, au unfailing guiue iu all a Hairs of life, in
plain and unmistakable language. One of tbe mm
beautiful of Books, large octavo size, richly tvound,
Kilt edye, interesting, ami tine engravings. Tniak of
the price lor mill a bock ouly 1 24, to -pre-pay
pos tage f Price , $1 24, postage pre-paid , fur one copy
unit no lower-prico for any number. - r
Jtjf Address V. M. KArHAEL, No. 24 EiSt
FourJ! street, Cincinnati, Cihlo, w her he tuts re
sided lor th last tbreu years. I'rof.'U. continues
to promptly a.nBer all Comtuunicatiuiis oontaluing
one Ktamp, requiring bia services, as the ouly scinuu
fia Astrologer sow liviua. 11 ' uiy Aatrokigtcal Al
manac is ordered, an extra stamp moat be inclosed.
Prof. K. would intorm his iimumerable cone poud
euts throughout the Union, iu the Cuuadas, aud In
England, that ha is now peruiauently locatea' In Cia
cinuaii, Unio. June28-4t.
lelesrapU Clialybeae Sprlns' '.
This Water U brought four hundred feet in ben second I.
rpakes pleasure in informing thu public that bo Is
1 ni-vr ready to wait on ail who may favor him
with a call. i
. This Spring is situated on tlje east aide of Cumber
land river, at tbe end of th'o wire bridge. Families,
from 9 to se: one rerson, i; by tneurinfc, 6 cents.
t , ANALT3I3. i 1
Carbonate of Iron, Carbonate of Limt', Sulpbate-f
IfagBesis, inlphate of Lime, Ainriare .f iluguesia,
JHuruiiu or too.
The specific gravity of the fresh. water wits
1.01222 eUtilled water being takea as a sundari
- I uuderstana that the water has alread.y been belt
eucial to several invalids. . It will be bei teficial to a
greater degree when taken froth froui j the Sprinf .
I should pronounce it stimulant and tonic , and adapt-
en, consequently, to cases of debility , a ccompauieii
wiw an aoumic conaiuoo or tua system, and contra
inuicatod in plethoric and inflmatory ates.
. . -- - - itICUARD U. CURRET. '
' There is no doubt tbat the Spring ken : by Mr. Vf
Dvxn at tbe eastern end of the Saspeasm n Bridge is
good Chalybeate water, and that it if: adapted to
many oiaeaaes Oi oeomty. B. w . ii u. H. 11.. K.
Tl . . . . ' .
tuuiupnun, n. w.,iieury Larow, i. mi ., r. n. Jen
U., B.yd Atc.airy,M.
D.,B C.K Martin,
Southern Trunk Slaci ifactory
' FAS SETT ' & CROSS 13IAN, !
'NO. 51 MARKET STREET, NASHVa LE, TENJ.,
IBanBlaclttTPTs aud Ulile sals ' ami Bdall
" ' ' - 1 . I)EAt2SS W AM, KJXaS . - .
BQNJXET BOXJS IS,
Valises, Carpet; Bags, i &c.,.&c
TlK to cH the attesition of ail tfos in Van t of
XJ auytbimr incur lino, (wnieji or reuui,; to
nmm our stock before purchasing elsewhere, es
- . r .mti.imit that we can ncil aa io w is anv Olhf-r
hosse in tbe city. Our sttclc in all of our own mai-nfnr-tnrA
and U aaade of tl ie best- toa terials aad h -r
nrstIam work men. - All 'aiust admit tho wisdom V
bnyiog work maae at bo?r.. In preference io buying
ti.atmada at the East erpr e--Vy tor jebbice. - t
Wo especially uivite tue aucnuon ot tne ladies to
ir - ' -" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .
Is has. compartments fr Bonnets, DrMsett, Par .
sots. Broabcjt, ama a WiSter-proof compartment tpr
Sponges, 01.", fx. "
au xino. . . . ti n-iao to oraT, covftrea er re
paired, at i ort poiif .. . Give o. a caJl.rt f 1 i.'alcxt
street" " - , 1 T t - re. .
XT AVE already been deposited wan Ms
XX t roller of Tennessee, by .
NASH & MARR,
Insurance Agents, V
As security tor the payment of losses,
Nov 25 -College st nasbTtlle, Teiui.
Redaction in the Prictucf Fee4.
Prime Timotby Bay at $26 ptr Ton.
Corn at 75 cents per Bushel ; bo Charge for Sacks
; No. 14 Marltet street,
TS now offering HAT and CORN at the above price.
JL said nas atao'on hand
Fresh Ground Ileal; -.
; i" " Extra Family and Superfine Floor; .- t
Late Red PUatoes, for June planting;
" Millet Seed;
. , Hungarian Grass Seed;
100 barrels Hydmulic Cement. . -
Aa- jui of hxh he oSera at ibe lowest Cash pri
ces. A. JfcMiLSS,
Juue21-tf No. 14 Market street.
AND DECORATIONS rf a kinds, and sixes for
Fourth of July, political and oU-r celebrations,
i JTrtC Ai Union street is now prepare to furnish
to. a'jove in any quan , wholesale and retail. Al
so. Firework, of all kl s. ura era aisiance
promptly attendeu to. JOHN LCCK.
Negro Man for Sale. -
TAX o Bering, at a bargain , an A No. 1 Negro Man
for sale, aged 0 years. .He has had consideia
bie experience on a farm, and taking care of Mock;
is perfectly honest and every way a reliable boy.
Call soon if you want a bargain.
Junel9-tf ' V Cedar street. .
HTK. FOWLER & UUh
No. 53 Clterry. street,
HAYING always on band a flu. variety of Soaps,
Fresh Fish, Poiter House Steak., Meat, of all
k.ud and varietv. Amo.everv variety of Vegetable.
on band, ready and served to order in the host of
style, would resperiiuuy invite inoancuuou vi uivu-irien-ts
and the public to give tnem a caiL
No. 53 Cherry .t-.one door from Adam Express
Office, in Colonade Buildmgs. June22-tf
R. B. SN0WDEN & CO.,
Union & American Block, Cherry l,
ARK jatt la receipt of their SUMMER stock
Fine Uims and Brandies,
Scotch Ale and London Porter;
Light Vines for 5nmmer use; .
French Cordials and Syrups;
Hermetically scaled Goods of every dewrlpUon ;
English and-FreDCh Fruits, Pickles, Sauces and
Extra Fine Green and B lack Tea.; St. Louis Crack
ers, Olive OiI,S. C. Hams, Dried Beef, Beef Tongue.,
olive., Casain, Tamarinds, French Nougat, Isingla. ,
Geltilioe, Preserves, Cracknel Biscuits, Cheese, Fan
cy Toilet Soaps, ke.
We keep constantly-on hand everything pertalnln j
t the supply of Families. .... ...
It. B. SXOWDE5 4c CO.
The Vnprec Ice ted Success
Which has of late attended the nse of
INDUCES os to call tbe attention of all those afflict
. ed with riles to it. It is being tested daily with
the most beneficial e fleets. It is tbe only prep ca
tion that can be relied on lor a permanent and spee
dy cure II yea are afflicted try it at once, and be
careim to nse no other medicine in connection witn
it. It is compoa nded under tho supervision of L. N.
SWEET who will retui n the money if no care pro
ceeds from its use.
jtrf For sale at Demoville's and DeG rove's, and
by other Druggist.. ; junelG-tf
NOT wiphinr to carry rver any portion of oor
ftUItLiUEU STOCK, we Lav. this day
REDUCED, THE PRICES
of everythlfcg In .' ' .
Regardless of Cost.
JK- Persoc. not yet supplied will do well to ex
am'ne them, as we are detti mined to CLOSE THEM
OUT. ; - . R. C. MCNAIRY CO.
JimelJ-tf' r "'. V. , - :
3 1 MILES FROM SUA WS YILLE DEPOT,
Montgomery County, Va.
THE PROPRIETORS having purchased thi. W
SERIXt 1-LACL la October laft, b " gh
ly repaired and furniabeo ii with ei r.ly "
uiture of the best Class, and -will oj fttvlba .
ception ol Visilort ON IHa 15TH DAT ti
ii vmg increased accommodation. au. u. no
era! arrangements lor tb. comfort uf thfir sue ts.
tbey natter tbemselve. tbat but few (Ifsny) Water
ing Place, will aaord the same attraction, a. this
it is- situated m the countv of klotitgomery.SV
miles from SUA. WSV1LLK DEPOl, (Va. and Tenu
K. on tao otuxks ot tue KoaDOkeriver.ana is but
roonovd by some of the most beantiicl and aittac-
ive rcenery to be found among toe Mountains of
Virginia- - the Water baa acquired such a reputation
in Uie last few years, tbat it is nnnecestary to say
anything in commendation ci it. It is now consid
ered a specific for th. worn form, of Dyspepsia, a d
a remeay tur all Cutaneous Disease., dwniefk. con-
tiuonsoi the stomach, Bowel and uver.anoiur
prostration or tte nervous system. e .tight ap
pend a number of certificate. Irom Physician, and
otoers acquainted wtn us merit., anu io wese migui
be added ad infinitum
Passenger oiu M met at tnawrvuie oyconr
Borse Omiibuuea, to convey them over a new roao
to the Spring., rersocs leavii.g Baltimore, Wasu
iucton, Ricluond ai d Petia--uig in tbe morula,
airive at tu. springs tne can., any: mo, irom um
South will nod the same etiveyanc on tt. arrival
of each train. , -
junel4-dlm - BOOTH, COLHOCS SCO.
An InToice of fflcemhaiiia Pipfi.:
JUST received a One assortment of Fancy and
Main Meerschanm Pipes, with Amber, Jeemine,
and China Stems,' whi- h will be roll cheap at pri
vate sale by . I5t-J. . onir.i.ua .,
junel-tr . t-cnirai jtncuoa iwnu .
A Desirable Dwellir g for Rent.
ONE of the rr-ost desirable residence, in the city
i. exposed for rent for tbe balance of the year.
It is within fire minutes walk of th Square, quite
rttred, and contains seven good rooms, with plen
ty of out rooms.- A good two story brick stable, car
naira house, tc . Enauireof - - - -
iuuexl-lat - - :i J. &. bLiuuta yv.
' Auctioia Sale ; ;i
OF Goods and Merchandise som to satwiy an exe
e Won, to Is evantoig; at early ga. light", BenJ. F.
Shields & Co., will sell uhout reserve for cash, on
account of the 1'UiqUII, a variety or MuKelianeju.
Articles. - A good opportunity is here offered, as the
aa!e is rositive, and order, peremptory.
junJ27-lt - - - ventral uooms si college St.
, J SlieriflPa Sale. ..' .
BY virtue of a Fi Fa to me directed nd delivered
from O. L. Gillespie, a Justice of the Peace of I a-
id son county, Tenn., on the 231 day of Jane, 1860,
I will expose to public sals, to tb. highest biauer for
cash, at the Court-home yard in the ehy of Nash
ville 1.1 pai utu'AT , tne Tin day of July , 1860, alt
be right, title, claim, interest and esiaut whirh
Montgomery otMctiredy then had .or mav hava ainra
acquired in and to the following described Dronertv
U wit: one Bay, Mule and Cart. on. Gra- Uamanrf
Baggy and 1 1 year old Grey Colt; being levied on aa
the property of Montgomery wad McGredv. to .alia
fy a lodgment rendered ia favor of Richard Wvu.
. -.v J. E. EDHITNLSOX, Sfceriff.
jo nc27-3t v .: . - By A. Csm, Dep. Shentt.
" AtCT IQ V b AIaE
Entire ' Etock. TJnfier Attacla-
SHIELDS t"CO., wiil proceed to aeH at
9 tbe Store,
e. ?o. 16 public square, nest a oor to w.
H. Calhoun'. Jewelry Store, on account of W. C,
Show, CD- C.,eoRiraesoiog Ot Thursday morning,
July 5th. at 10 e'eioet. the entire .".ten', oi L.
tore, N o, li Psbho Square ;U c ou nU ,t,iTtf
Chi Ciotb. and t jxtorwi. m auica iwuiiw j
broideries, Lace., fUbbooa, a lare stock of i
TriiwiBlr-J, LrtifH'audCUi!iirea'll - " ?6o
ertr enolng variety not t be t -t
I-vd" it-slaved, and aLr ,
f ndtt tot-wr t-srt -- 1 ii
Vat, " - ' i '. l '
T. BEIRY C: CO.
VE JVST RECEIVED,
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Best edition of the famous book ot Martyr.,'
TODD'S LIFE OF CRANMES; 1 toIs., 8v... calf.
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of the Ancient Remain, hi Africa, Asia and En.
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HISTORY OF A LAW-SUIT
lii the Circuit Court or
TEN NESS EEr
OX THE BAKES OF THE CODE
Abraltam Carutliers, ;
LAW PROFESSOR AT LEBANON,
For sale in NaahTili. by - - - . - .
" JOHS YORZ CO.;
junel-tf - No. ZS Union stiveC
P U R E.WIN E S,
Just received a4 for sal. by
ETIEXXE LAMBERT & CO.,
. l ; COLOXNADE BUILDINGS,
JSo. 53 Cherry St IVaKliTiUe.
ezt CASES geaaln. Ueidaieck ChanapagM; ;
wv.oucun . . ... pint.;
60 cases View. Cpa Champa sa, J. Tsnssciiiro '
60 do . Chw Panulis, Cham acne: - - -
Cbambertin Sparkling Borgnndy;
Chateau anyac Claret; t" : .
44 - 44 . pint.; .
Cootaao Claret, Brat quality;
Larvae, Lafite and Margaret; f s
(berries, the Sneat brand..
Royal Society Port; . -. . ' ,
Tboa. Hin. Brandy;
Old Covnae : " ' " r
asaorteauorotais, Paris PerB
Absyothe Edward Paraet, Coutm-
Real Turin Vermouih;
Italian Wine.; s .c
Sparkling Nebbiolo; . .
do Muscat; i?
White Astl; .
Barolo 44 '
Aiaccaroo. , Yermecim. Xrreoctci
All our direct European exportation, per bark Ala-
Aim. AFPENNTNE BITTERS." recommended hr
be most eminent physician. - , '
- ET1ENNE LAMBERT ts CO-.5
soaW-tf So 68 Cherry iSuH.
.Corner of Adams and Second streets, , .
HAVE recently fitted op ooof th. euest
in tbe Southern country, aud sere op sa
customers daily all th. lare. and deli
car ie of the season.
MEALS furnished at all hoars In a stylo
no sorpasaed. , aprJ-tf
.- I1YGE1A HOTEL, -
Old Point Comfort. Virginia
TH13 favorite Bummer resort, celebrated for iu
one ea bathing, rerreshii g m breeaee aad
.bond nc. of &l fish, oysters and crabs, aria b
ready for tb. reception of guesta on tbe Ira' of Ju&o
with the recent improvements, thorough renovation
and painting 1 ae establishment will preseataddiUoaal.
Inducements to person, seeking a delight ci Someser
res.dence, and tth the strict attention to bosinesa
aad attentive assistant., we hope to merit a lull
hare of the public patronage. . . v j.
. . JOS. SUGAR,
maylS-datrlwlm. . C C WILLARD. ,
PREPARIKG anon to vaka a change invmr bnajoesw.
arr&ngementa we desire to radoca pur preaeni
stock as much, aa poaibl. Ia order to da Una wo
will offer our present stock of Staple and Fancy Dry
Good, at redaeod prices. We hav. oc band a nne
assortment of Silk Berages,UGsliB. and Traveltngr
Goods, and Intact everything one coaki wisn f&r
also, White Goodi, Embroideries, Hosiery, Tablet
rjamask, goeeting, Bleached asd Brown Dooeatiea
Plan union Goods for men aad women , C lotba, Ct .
meres, Testings and Ender-wear for Gentlemen. K
wish to call particular auaalic to oar bargain emm
trr, on which will bz ronad t all times many dakira
bie gooda ai anaourth tbair value.
. aprlS-tf TCH0L8oN ErifPHREY.
A- J J. -
No. 14 Sooth i.-t afreet.
TTIbiTtM hatd a heavy soek of. Cardware
f Cs j-;t eerboo at wtii v i purchand
ttie-firj, v -in . . ' '
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