Daily Nashville Patriot from Nashville, Tennessee on April 26, 1860 · Page 3
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XL Special Uqticcs. llttYOEXTS OF THE RllLEUiDS. Departure mt Penjr Train. " uinut CBAtTAoii 4:40 A.M. 3P- M. uistLitluiii- 5:00 A.M.,3:0O P.M. jciavituata Xaaiivujjt 4:30.M.,10:30A M - - - ! tixprenilr 1 i P.M. rariau a KsjrrcccT G:30 A.M., 2:43 P.M. Arrival orPaten:r rralu. Tiu.EaCiLnA3oji 6:IO A.M.. 8 tv-tcssas a auuu- luiuu a.k., u: I S P--jcbTitua K4MvMJB-3:2tOA- M, 6:3b P.M. . titiiaiiu ci(rei- 9:10 uapiKL fc Kavrccsv io .M., 7 r. M. Departures rrelnt Train. winui CuTruooci C45 A.M. ' . Ex.tre.arrenjbl 1 P. M. fBMXs ' Auiuu-S:30 A H. wunot a .laa viix 4:45 A.J.,3tlP-M. JQCrTSUt a HTCCKT Z: 1 J F -M. Arrival of Freight Train. 4till a, Ciunioww G:00 P. - - Expre-i-t tn-yiit, 9:Z a. m. . . . . . . . i vi UX.WU a AUtaaA . " - - . acavitteaAimviiiav-t:45 P M-,9:10 A M. irim-D a Kmatm-lO M. mine Aucncan Rapl-tt, Xw Yurk.Aa;; .lS?-9. miniature wwld pagoda wak. e b'"Uiht a Burinab, havoig Ho broken wb.l on U p-rd we were very antou tt 6." retire-!, iri 1 s-veral frti o' glue. lul wtimut succ., r ai Ionian waaeail-d la 5paM''a ' 4,sMal M Plait street. Tb s wu fo m-i loan r'.bpuraw. ThPa,r"di appears " .agi eemWfM ea oe m-xu y Ul "- uf toe uicnuui lkipl.t. ..mil . , XivrcUanl jf "ting BufciB'ore liouid fail lo.x mine the Btnrk AM V HoolEKV, C-L.-Vk3, AC, AC is.. lor by Fitd. Fic-Uey - Sons, r:,0 BAl.TIUoUE STKE-T. i one of the u.t-sl extensive in this com.l ry, arid . . ... ..... t.. r.m t.-lr Wilt. proprK tor are t auy r"!""" fc ' ., tuern Cities. leb".-jSiu tepopularity of lu MrAlCAX MOriTANG I.IXI- 1 .r.lSCiacXlensive Wilb the Civilization of the e. other articles cl.iui to aXUcialt pau aud ess this care. Family l'bsi.;iaU8, Uoveru l II aiioia, Farrier, 1'lauters, Farmers, Livery -, a:.,aive pwltciiaariy uem..nstrald tin. tact, Kh.Mit t. orii. f- w:lc ever before re 3-t icti undivnieU praibe aua guppcitrruui Modi' vU'l A.ieutiUc uteu. UI1-L'3JAT1S3I ar' iibHi-iKifrhia b:u lot-tily cured. Piles?, r, Tuin r, KmiiugSr,.cr'.lula tifl J u.l, ua. SriliLiC, li'iru, Bit-, Uil, CliapH, Neu a, S-ll Kl.cii.ii, tad all aches and pams upou ,aud kiU'lred onnplatut umu H0B.St3, CATTLE, 4c. , al' aullJjcO aUU CUI tli by 31utuu Iiiiiineut. KALUiBLK HUfiSE SAVED. r. LiTCa,iie .ar, Vu, nl;a: Ibat I he wam cuuauered rtlner-h," (hi cjm wan in,) but ailice lb-.- Iretf urn.- ol Itie ilutitanjj Uut4 luvc .o.d luin-l'ur uu ll.)c-U lour laaut aa bveu-doiu. wuuuerrrup Uere." iO Bitoin -TKisrr, Punnnnii, Pa. ttract.y k lining tlie keillt lruiu ibe Urn it M au uinl' ili.', lnli: l over, ami scalded my .avr vert-:y , alm.l l a crisp 11 was ju Liaigi.l. 1 no Hiaui l.i:iiiu'-ni jp, -eared Ian t.,e inio. It Ueac-il rapi-iiy, niii-nii surtueai, "U a.iti tiMff.li.' !. I .njiio it tliui in ..il tuec iflanl .ini uutu- I. li u. revtr lul.a. lt.e i. ns i la i.un t'iul i. u iiaKU4iu l pl.iiil-ra aui r ..i ...r. Ana ui uei. Jlr. Jtu. fja.viau. ai-atjry r Aia-,l a stare lor aruo a a. t lru uitrr uHcicaum by una Liuuu'-ni. I la oil au.fjM Uav it. :e very ptrlicutar 1 by all .h;aler ibr..u"b'iit X.-rth md Suut:. Larii,, 4ml la-J lol k..U 1 UH1A.U,II hula, tvcfuis.a . per n-.iue. laitii and Happiness Secured. : C(N';KSjitAn-:o cuke A ro.VKiit b'b REMEDY A i'OiVEtlf'Llj UEAIEUV : vj'E.vkNE.-.s l Uii E VULY INIilCUETION Fili KAiiL. I' ISukSCliETlOS ' IT! Tlil' 11! IT I TiiY 11! J-i a. io ar j:fennir from ttee fleet - .(it'fcfaliaii2crtflitu c iu Ds a sirely aud perma yreatnredby uw( mo Coiicuir.kicd re UK QUA VITAE, iteincdy of trta t a ilI Crriain Power. - remoay ia iul npiuaiiall viala,aud can be ny luaiilu a..y a i.lreS. A irl.il will lalmly. tor a vjjailj'.K Will ex jrle.iri a r.-.tt :l. A circular c ulimn ful I ;rirli;uUl,.Heul . in tppliiiliou . Prw e.per boiih $1 . uottitf willtaat a tiiLnln I rtiira.a.-dy iaaiiabl for either jez. I Umi, (V . OH T.iKIt, M.-lio.l Auriit , t; Uroaiway .r . orH. mt. .v fiii:.vs.iitv t)K puivatk iisi:asi:s. lK.Kli; ,l'rrorrlt t.f NVr York , for he I tl four yors of luitivitle. Ken , 1..-1 aril h 14 vtt r't iita ail -u:i.a Ui lli Ireat- I prwaie iIiim ( or-iv.r 'd c.ira, 0 Ulera I.", haviris -lit utle I to a r.wt c Hr Mt n.ao y , m id c i e.t vi m ,u i houa io , UeoibU-d ili-t.u a pn.t iitljr-. ui m tier tl tit y okay b.i iro.d uu iMiuita uit?'!t'.l trr. or i.iiu. a ! Ih r nr. kmc' .itry ta o.2.ilK i le ai. e :i, bl riu C iar-I tae .-lj ir-, a -co .d ht,.ry, ..eif bdcaiea all o ul a prat - tialure m.c hpI ailU .ui itjicoii mvliciura or -re."t.ia baiott.a ifl'aa.i ol i or rt:ei I tlaV. e:'?e UtliV curd IVmt d.y4, by aa otM.ratitia aru.c i taui.-s uu MWr-a -LkUif i n u Letlib cajitot l.- l. ferhapt a iia a n cmn-i in -ra ot.a;liier l Irr uiuea ib con.-. HiIjoo at mica. I-L m !ta .til Hie tie. ae-a --t i ac a.ii , r iwmx ;'l r ImI UMluKal, ua bit leclu .li . IU Ia 4 iv. at Hi.tnu Particuar altonii n bariDC :ifu Io lit liavai, t id til u coaUH- ute mi ol ii, or.hij it o t i a nmy u or ma cUi Iliii.U' l !: .lifilj tj.h' tu l . x- a i'UK itt. 'if ttt it'i,iu.l (U bi b 1 1 -rmi:ia ;he c i tiuio.i o , ra t lt i :.a tuaaib- Jtf H" b ti ir. of a Vtal ,Ml i'ain.. prattta aj. .l.aa.i nut b-It!ii-ii nl'inr liS:ly t o o'l u ty r -a.' a ir o. i u a - ii ra e; . l r -a. ia fO.-.il.b a- i.t .4 .at alalia . .t a t.t - a t-a-t. lu l l li tr A. .. ii tfct t-r c a-t- a , it .r, faan., ar il 1 ua..-a4ary .a .tc-aaa .i. ta 1. io.r ..J :r aa, 0 .-y ti u t ta t a c- x r "b red. .nn.u a 4 o'ci 1 1 ini ol T.11 i u 1 il u aala., tutyao-i .aa ly C A A l 1 O A T jj;crioJt wN Tu aaDaT, Mat ilru. vr .attorucjr a.taeral. We ixa a it lor r 1 t. u n Ti 4 H . WIL ii.cu lta.ur ir raiecii u 1 1 ili-t totica .4 y Unr il id II I -llll J a lie 1 it l.a.i it,l irf l-tv:Uia 3 tit. liy o. Mir, ItvJ. it-tl ittl' W ax lutin-iae l to ann ore Jaaaa K Ea.. aa icu .i iue tor I .a o h tf Jtuoracy J at irae Nnuo Jiiku; ." rru.l, .'o n- -d 0 lubea of lari.lata, -i -r and il!i imaoii aait 4a. 'M-13-ta t the (irair Could prak : aooU laora Ltta baif of the cbil.rva Xai bvi a iuay ara ttt ea old. U oi- avfUti'iaTa hi muuraa. but a aoca raaurt tarat en barf C'tiil(Lrrii Pauacra, Mt aaabbt ma-licaa lor yaa claUroa thai r booa utvcBtod. The Health Hitter, 1 0-0 1, m il qui half a ailia of iba bat liiurf uo.a aT.labta w iruauui. , d ja pec bail l. , ttititttua (Hor-lr,ttea-.a ut lite aad lnoo i. k-t.iy Ittmily a- lueiu at the preti r ,4 ua mtia. 4-U MACa-tZii. MiCrtt.i. a r A-UA'JILTON'S WAREIIOrSB, atatiAa.. Wjlaizity aad rrLUja, T TO. O'CLOCK A. M. Tteia arraiieetne .1 1 m 4da f.r t'ta pttrnpoa af Cirm.ilatin( aayoraaad ptaau-r,att4 t kopa atiaiactor j . 7-1 A. HV!I.Tr. aiu; vou lasUici:u I y NOT, AI'l'LV AT ONCfi TO ASH. & MARK, D OBTAIX IXDE3I.MTY. li CoUec llrwl, .VaaitviUa, Teaaaoe. llirlhilf Seiria; JI a chine A vi mourua' tl oe, filly trraolej. , Cou atraet,ojwaaa aaaaaaa twnit. : UAIITIIULP 3IACJIIaVC a larar aaa tacr tumiii table rtua aay 4l otvavlitae. S .CtsMtt tUoa, Opfxiatta 8aaa UoM. lUAKSOXE A5D EXCHAKGE LIST. Tennessee. . j. , Back of Tennessee,. ..par, Baaa of America .... 2 di Union Bank.... ... parjSorthern Bank....... par Planters' Bank,... Merchants' Bank ,. City Bank, Traders' Bank,.. . . lar Mcuern Uacli, ......lata ... par jCituzens' Bank oOodia ,. . par Commercial Bank....l dis .... pari Buck' Bank, par Bank of Commerce, jiar Kxchaiige liujk t0dU Bakoftbe Union,., par! Farmers' Bank par Bank of Chattanooga,, par ;Bank of Mid. Teun par ttanicor HrniHiie,.... paribana 01 l arm,. Bank of Ilandridge, ... par &uik of Knoimlle, par Kiver B.uik par Biiuk or abvuJe,.....par B'kofCUiborne ... t rti.,Jcore Bank, par Bank of Tazewell, . 2 die iBank of Shelby ville,.. par Bank of Trenton,.. lljurrenccUV Bonk, Bank cf JuUursou . jBankof WealTeuneasee par B ioaas an womn ssa. Azrtcoilitral Bink. Broariievnie. . Central Bank or Teuiietvit"-, Nagbville. Farmers' and Median."' Bauk, Memphis lct:hauic'a Bank, Memi-liis. , llcnibiacivinpi' Iaitutin. jLju.bauc Baiia.Murlreeai'oro'-ili .era' son M uiuiacturera' Bauk, KnoiTllle. BaakufKaat leamatef. specie. Cold, American par .-l.ver par Other State. KrTrrmr: . ohki. Bank ol iitiiilaiKl ... Ji.-i-iale Bank f Ohio Wdis Bt. k of Iyuuirill' .. Coiuiuerc'l H'k f Ky aruierg B'k of Ky. Nurti.B. n ti n of k.y Pe tple's Rink soutucra Il k f K . aiaaana , do; U'k of lite Ohio I al- i di; ley (iia , die Commercial U'k of , -li.-j Cliicuinati.. ...... idia , d . O u.Mry Hank? . 1 dis u'l,j ' oaoKGia. Atlanta Bank ..10 dis Bank of Mobile ..... 1 di Auuurla insurance Bonk ff itoi.iif -iuery 1 ill.-' a .il b'kiug Cou.p. Hit OntraJ B'k of Ala... 1 -In liai.K of M teas 10d Cuiiiiiieictal Uink .. . 1 tli iii"k f Gittiuiert'e, Nodocr.1 i'.'k r AU. 1 C.i .-s. tinu'ti dl8 ouibt-rn B k of Alt. 1 ila k ol Ct'lumbus . 1 dis h..i-t CiHou.it: uf ulu' ;" fls Bank 01 lb trlioo.. i d,a "k " Mw1,e "-- f ' Buk ol Chester 1 ,1 1 . L U ttl WD Wl tv . .L- ..I" WIVIJI, dis V Ul.llClia " t ... l.. B.t..k of ..eortt-.n ;i,u.k"f toini..y i d18 Ban. of iiaiaburg.. jT-l., ll" B.i.k.d Aula , d Bankol e-her. y. d-: tlr d aaJ , . B-ukofUie cialcor I. Bank Company K 'i aoutb C roli..a ... H die r'"e BaJ,"' f , dlB B' ..1 South Carolina uw Mrcltanb' Plant- lumbia di!il:lli""c evu.KS Fa. m- r' A txcauge ! , ' V V Bu.k :. K dU Mecliamrs' Bank, Au- Peo,..e" B'k or S. C. 2aii'',e; t-ay'h Mi. Poft.ii.rs' and Me- Ji'-r Cutters' B'k. 4 d clianic' lUuk .... i du, '-n'OJ R'.k, Augusu , dis Planers' B kotfair- ,UUier U"l:k k" held Blia tihui.via. riuuliiwe.iierii Kailr'd Batik of Commerce, ojiik !ii! rie lcritWcuur- ... 1 dis f'tale iiauk. Oiar'l'n di Bunk ! the Couimou-LuKiu B.tuk of S C. , d a' monareaitii, Kich'd 1 dis ioviwaa: Bunk f the Old lxi- All New orieauB muiiou, Alex .r a.. 1 dis Baiiki- 1 dl-'litnk olme Valh:y of so. a 11 cauoii.a. I Va., W lu'juesler,.. 1 dis Bank .4 X. Carolina. 2 Jit- . . t a., Hicl.m'd 1 dis It 11K of Capo-1 ear. 2 ''-iii.i.k of liee.i K... 1 "B Bank or T 11'H-t.e . K . ,. r lVi..fl.eit:r 1 uu llai.k ot Kayetieviile i di.jl;AC,1JU u k r Va Bank of Viwlitburu' Xoil.-lk ...... .... dis dis m.-w. hi. iFarmer'n B k ol Va., 1 Jiichii.oud Uaiiuiaclurera' and St- Iui3 B.tuks , Couiilry Bai.ks.. I.xnia.va. Farmers' iiantl. b k..rine .-tueoi ma i ai- VMeelm 1 din .U.erUauki o drt.y,..,, . B tJ.yneh- iLu.votx. I bury 1 dis Illinois Ri'iks 5 dl- ler l. ililn' and ile- All In't-H of llt.rt Slate cliallics' Bank, silo .1.1 b couiiler.-njiied hv Wltei iiug 1 dis Ihe Male U.'U.er, be.11, Xoi th ru Ban ttien fe-eired by depoMi. ol V a. , S h.H.-iini; .. 1 dis of Male rt"CaS: w heu litir Si'.iiliae-leru B'k t.r ii nol doutf lucjf aie un Va , V y lnr vil.e. . 1 dig Saleab.e. otei B-tn.s ........ (a5 t:x'laiaiie, 111 Ji .o. New Y'-rk Sialic 'a preiu KKiLixa. li -Stla preui. ? pi eni &: pi em. .iu..' frern. pai 10 4 preUI. ut3i. lA prem. par(n,'4 prem. 1 1, j -I' 11. . . , I'miadeiptiia BiUoiort: . . New lean.-j .-I. I..uis. . . Ciaciauaii .. - 'a 01 em. prein. prim. 016. 'lis. Land tarrants. 40 acren, per acre Vici !-'.. .. 0-s 7JC j 160 60 WI10LES1LL' mm: tlliULAT Corrected Weekly. AXi. Collins k Co. (llai tlor.i;, tl'v(u.l5 If. C'oliiuM and other make 6ril-UAOOl-VG. Kentutky , Oi luilui, Ut renneaet-t wide, iu, Br.r--IAX. Yellow, Sb, 'lC(w-1 (AMIij. Tallow, M .1, yit, 12 iiaril-plttSoeu, Summer, ihhi Star, l!(ai'-0 Spea in , 4oit,4- CA.-Tl.VCa. Comuivu t'osl- iu-s, It, 4 Mill (ran a a A (itlileOliti, (a) 6 W.V'iiiA Bt.xes, lb ',( TIKrfc Westeris llc've. llay, per ion $80 00 TKXXFSSKE IRON. Bar, com. ft lb taj 5, '(at 8',ffti a.'. oa'0 uv i li-tna, !1., ' j.-lieel, " I'.t Iniil'ri'on . I ili, f U'll, l'ltleburi: Oar, IM.KiO ( arrai ae, Jb 15(a-1 'ZS LbAii. l , V lb H 7 liar, ' la) iH LE-tTIlEIU Sole, (Ciut iu. oak taa'u, tb (a 'M Skirling, twi Hein.iHk, " (a'M Jiarneri.. 4 tOfao: JloUVS-Iii. New - tli l.-ani., f iralli'iHin III...-) 4'.'nT44 f. Kal., (m bht.J 44fa-4 Sllj.'ar littbne, " f5J lioid'ncyr'p, bij'JO V lb io;,(Sii fcai'l-tli H'rif-li. J ).li CuinM, V buau (a,-i Sewallee, laU'li' O'KFti:. Java, lb lyMt7iM Uiuyra, ' Wiii6 K10, " la.'.toU.', riit'PLlL Sheet, ? lb fot X.U1.S. lOd.Vketr, " oIIjs. Uird, Vgallou, $ $3 60 (a. 1 10 lama-eo, .-.erm, 2 -a,i 4u iuuvr's, 7(al bo PAlNTs. White la ail, iu oil, f ke:, 1 6Uf2 2d C'hroii.eijreeu. pound, 311S-IO Spau h Br'n, 4ru, a tvuileziuc, " lual- i;iiiu, " v ! stone Color, " ja,lu Plo VISIONS Bat nil llauiM, 1 Jb B f'tioulders, " 7 Mwt, - 101U' lloj; round, ".', r lb CtJiU iAlr. ('..Hull, llamp, Juie, m in 11I.1 , v lb i-loriS iatli'n ol- 14,le Bale K"-. tio4 I illi.. Ala. A T li. ( lb T(S.1 Ci'llox 1AKN.N ;), out. (i 9 oou, ' to, 10 ion, ftvll 4ot. iail'i I'KLt.S A H VK SI I US Hurt, y. lb li'av 1 fork, " , l.uu. r, 15 Alillii, " 0r .VA.taiiLtiila, ' Borax 1 r Joe ' ' reuue'l. " Ki'ini..loi.et roll lainpiior, re Une l, f (b nt-o i:i ( 1 a.iiu Id titi) 45'a ."ill irii, Meal, "fl buli. KICK. Carolina, V tb Wa.is la- 10 i'lat AO sAl.T. Barrel, i biu-h. Mat k hue, pt bag coaraa, t-tiais. Cauiluiri'tc. " HSiu-Coiiior Oil, per gallon, 1 K(i I ream lartUir, 4ia Kpa. s.i, ft tb bit ttour .-ultliur, itit 7 iiuiu Aialxc, 3o.Vt.60 i "pal, iO;HI I pi-cae , Vi lb i (a. I "5 1 bO uoue t'k.ver, Millell, liiuothy, I lax feed. i 00 2 2'ii 4' S 7 oitt be1 6u lleidVGrasr, $1 25(31 &0 Ja'ap, " 1 :ifa 5oi Blue t.raaa .- wotttl, tr'ud & I clean, Ma-Mer, r lb l'I7 trlpeI, 2 3nui i ti 1 60m. 1 75 1 7a Man.-Ma, oOiol "U Orchard, Nui tli., (a- 'i I Hungarian !. Seed, 1 50 Oil ivpprttiru l ',(tti M!ui. Opium, ft lb ' I l'U k, ft hag, 2 4') 1 t Vm k-niver, nx'l oO Patent, " S V 1 n:ue, 2 OUia 5i.il -ta, 5.'. id .NiillltT, " K'.i.lU Saleralun, " S.t Senna. 44 2Wi'u. id fOAP. Tin. R'n, 'rl lb (a) 8 lurp'llliebar," &Slttv7 Caalile A Wind'r, 'NiiiuO S I r.J., AmerKan blister, r Ik SiolO KiikSiab 44 44 Iwa'la Ctutt. " la. .-hear, 44 s,a -0 I ......... n tl 111 -II Sugar la-a I, "4 (nod Verdigris. (440 E.THKJ4.S. Live Oeeae, r lb 4lW 1 1.-U. Mackerel, Xo. fl barrel, l'Jol3a . w. , 1t v i SICAK.S. N. Or lean., ikSViUl lUibft. Kllra, 1 0O(a 7 60 ilaraua,ah la (all S'iiriln. 4 Whmt 60 do brown 4 Fate. ly-af. " "V-al-'S JRl'IT ,ruhed, 44 llV al-S Kauuua, t bx 3 iJ So loadereJ, "li.li Aliu.tu.la, .fl M'KIa atten, (t b iid Applea, drietl, ft boalaet 1. 0 SpH-e, r 'b 11 'a 12 U.ii.r Race," tlav 1 00 1 4 to ea, 44 ti-ia Peat'hea.dritl, f hutthrl, A Paeied rV Ilea, l tutlii-l, -( Pepper, 44 lltfl SPIKITS. Bran.lT rent h , fl gal $2 V(S 00 .liSl.Xli. 1 Aoier. 44 4iVa'i6 l.taaecc. V ttt aotav Hum ol-A-Vi. Jamaica, tl 2S(V? I 60 WitJow I Amer., 44 7&vl 2 Hxlo, r tx,.l i'l.iH uu l.iu ITxU. 44 1 &w,a6 I Holland, 44 fl S(o I 60 loxla, 44 a UOiayft Ol An" , " 4o,u ;4 Hbatary, VA cr-viv. I 1AIJ4IW. Wheat, btiu 1 M.o'l 2i , lleodar rd , tt ia 10 Kye, T kJt,-. Imperial. V lb W'al O0 jtta- der , ft fi 76 Ti us Hy son, 44 4otW b Blaca, 44 ftl 0u TWIXK. Baling. V ft i-tSU IXrJ.AR. Cora, 44 UiU,cla!l," "6, oi.Ntr BAt.. 2 4 buh. eat It, 12,; .14 R:fia. raeg, I tfTW Uauug, ' I latiiv H'J'Ml I vativr , y gattuii Sto-a-aad, ft b Coatb. fall v ba'L t4 60 luwl.,' WI.Ntv-v lilDLs. Uraea. f tb lry saltod.a 111' Httua H:t. ItKMP. MaaJat, V tV A ma. aaa : rt-u-fel. 1 Madeira... 61 6VaTl 00 i.-tterry, i oo, 4 00 ill Malaga, 44 4.V.1 tb f.M t, 44 ftl 0O Cti-tupa'e.t di HUm- M t'otnmoa. fl A ZiitaT ti f lb tobed 2 a 30 MASS Va 1W ' M "S .Hluute ICK CnCAU FUCL'ZCttS, A luipritreit far I S3 1. Vrm-iriaraa laoi Coxaa it borroa .ns. fpiiK only Fraeser Ulan wbtcb 1 cnstr.t4 oa A. If aa ciao trtia xakUM ik lu. 1 Ta CiM.Mi, ul.4 aa 1 lat aH laioaoatic!; evaairtatf Was tee til taas i.tKlUm aa r it-r, bia( it lh M-aa Ut laoa. dir.b.ala Hti.uit,ii4 ! .criaia la I'a .ali'.. V4a AgaMt for iaa L'aite I -i ;V-. 1 uu ,1 ti a co., Ui'14. ..1 .1 oa l J a.- taatd aa4 PlaBhB44 Tla War labis-Ajt 2) Pear. st.-ti, Hw Tork. Jail atuiffti y I. farrish 1 f. OHM ' ' C aa; aaUU U.1!...!., jlaal; ia J a t kuaa Maaa CortV. si-rlS-if FIjir! F.our! 50 BHIS. I lira laui't Hm: ut bars Cttra a ..il F .-ar , aa . 64- Sumi Baaavaoa I loar. aat racer Ht Sad lor atlat sy A. JcXKlva N 14 aowia tlrat at. Tbe UirJholf Sfuiaj Michiors VRS warraala-i for f tar yaars; by a r poaaabla - t'otati attiy, S, Cl ega airatt, ofiauaae Wwanaa Huua. NASHY IL L E: HOCK CITY MILLS.' " RETAIL PRICES. - "Bell" Floor in bags ti 00, in half bags $2 05 Old Hickory do. 44 3 75; 44 10 Eagle do. ' 3 25; f .166 . jttxed Bran ,perl001bs. ...nedollar . Cora Meal, per bushel .SI 00. - - - ; ' ' Delivered to til paru of tue city. sep21-ly'. T1IUI1SDAY MORNING, APRIlT 26,Tfi60 Km':s to CasniaATfH. We will not insert b creator any person's name as a candidate for office In the Patuot, unless paid fur in advance. ntarl3-if The cask of thb Negeo in tuk Box. A -Vaii-irale's Court met yesterday afternoon in tbe office of Esquire Fkkrm Messrs. Fer-ku aud Robertson oa tlie heazh'' to ia-veetiaie tbe c.te of Natuan James, who is charged with having boxed tip Mr. McJlcbk'h negro man ALtx aod eliippt-d Liui by express to Cincinnati, tome ten or twelve days ao. - The fiit witness examined was tbe veritable Alex bimelf, wboe appearance in court drew aluinht as large a crowd as a one-borse circa, lie deposed that there was a white man at the Lottam of Lis attempt to eKjape ; that be met the while man at tbe houoj ol Alt Savagk (a neg-o), at tb4 suggestion of tiie latter, atiout two we'.'ks ago last Monday ; that white man proposed to take bim to Cincinnati in a box ; that white man aj-ki d him bow much money be bad ; told white man be Lad sixty dollars ; met white man several limes, and at one of their met ting gave bim tbe t-ixty dollars and a silver watch to pay white man for Shipping him to Cincinnati; wl'ite man, or Auk Savage, told bim to see Nathan James and consult with him about Ihe reliability of white man, tic; consulted Nathan James accordingly ; N.J. said white man was all right was the man for tbe job ; then told white man he would go ; white man got box and sent it up to the house of N. J., Friday after-noun ; white man wanted ALtx to get in box and tie nailed up that night ; was afraid of being 44fcmitbered?' by bviug iu box too long, and insisted on postponing ibe boxing till next morning ; which was done ; got in the box next morning and wa nailed up by N. J.; was put on a a ray and pent to the Express Office, and thi-nci to the depot of L. it N. Railroad, and so on io Seymour, Indiana, where box "busted"' and hi leaked out ; was instantly ui' zed and hurried back to Louisville aud put iu j ill. Did n't know white min's name; asked him fur it two or three times, but while man declined to give i ; had a use for that him--If. Nathan James was permitted to make a statement of his connection wiih the a flair, which was written down, and signed by the defendant, who denier) that b: nailed up the box, or that. he knew what sort f stuff the box was filled wiib wh-n he sent it off. He was bound over to the Criminal Court in tbe sum of $2 000. Ai.r Savaoe will be up before Ihe Mais tfat this morning, when it will Ik; i-ecu bow far be was iuslrurueut.il in gelling Al.tx off. Miis. Faiike.n's IKAwrxu Room Entertainment. Tim Iirawing-Room E liertaiiiuient of Mrs. IIk.vkt Farkkn at the Theatre last evening, though not largely attended, aj very intei-c.-tir.g and attractive. When the curtain rose. Mr. Farrex. looking nore beautiful than ever, canp: forward, and made a prr-tty little ppeech to the nndience, and read 'Nothing to Wear.'' lending to that praisc-bspattored'poem a grace and txnnty it does not withi.i it-elf possess. Mrs. Farrex is an excellent reader, and would render a less worthy pT' d-iction attractive. She is also a rearming vocalist, and sang the 44 Echo Song,' Within a n il" of Edinborough Town." Th' Red, White mid Blue,"' Jtc, most delisjhfully. A' an actress, Mr--. Farkex has attained an envia'.l" position. Her pi rsouation of 4-0phe-li.i" in one of the rc-nes in llimlet. and of 44 Lady Gay Spanker," was warmly applauded. We would lie glad to see tbe entertainment repeated, and we are sure the audience would be much larger on the m-xt occasion. jr-e-Wi ore indebted to Jmix J. Si li.ivan, for the Cin iun i i Comnureial, in advance of the mail d livery. jjf-fJf-The Louisville papers of yesterday were laid upon our table lat evening byanne of the Messengers of Adams' Express Company, lie has our thanks. Hirer .ets. ARRIVED. April 24. Umpire, Burksville. Sam Kirkmau, Cincinnati. DEPARTED. Jehu Gault, Louisville. 25. Ella, Paducah. The river is falling slowly, with ?J feet water on the Shoals. The Jfiaaefonia is the packet for Paducah lo day. She leaves at noon. Tbe Gat. Anderson pa-ed Smithland yesterday deeply laden, and will probably be in port by 1 o'clock P. M. to-day. She will leave tor St. Louis on Friday at 12 M. TlieJumt J hnxxi will reach tbis port tonight, and will have despatch lor her return trip Ui New Orleans. The Jjmn Woodt depart at 10 A. M. to daj for New Orieans. A delightful trip is in store for those, who make the trip on her. Il will be seen by the following, which we clip from the Cincinnati Commercial, that tbe C K JIM man is on her first voyage to St. Louis : Whkeuxo. April 25 9 P.M. Ets. Com. CapL J. N. Coroi t"s new and splendid Nashville and St. Louis I" nil d Stales Mail Packet, C. E. llillmtn, b f y-sterday moruiug for St. Loui direct, (iver 3.000 spec tat-rs congregated oa tlt La. vee lo wiiuoa her depar-ture- Dhowxkd. Wiuun Powell ft 11 off of tbe steamboat L"frt, uo the oitibt of ihe 24lb inU, at ihe upper wharf. Naxhville, Tennea-Me. lie was drtased in brow a pants, white shirt, and large overcoat, with a striped ilk neck-bandkerchiit; hut sandy hair and blue eves, aud was a medium fixed man, I will giva a baud some reward lor the recovery f the btdy ol my brother. Apply to me ou board the steamboat above named, or lobi wire at 99 Cedar ttreet. apr 26-dlL llojn Poa ttx. 1 A 8 0 0! SPRING NOVELTIES. CUSIHXG, KlXa & ifaG'sUW. UroiIiVA), X. Y., f r AVI Vil r n t rr -a V. 1 W trrem l-aet ta 1 1 mr Stm ttaraa. "Hill arpra I aad after January llau.la "it loar stia aaa af laa taeat ttatk tf iiat tftil ttraaa aoata svar 4.flTa 1 ta tbis itirt haW 4a. bo a a aaa. t a. oitasao. a. r. nti. CiHYliiDS, JSILK&SO.'V & CO. iSV A M.) Carar mt l llf(aa4 Clsareh l.v WhiHfiilf Srtiecrft ibJ CtminitiiBB MERCHANTS, ttUUII fine Braiiici, Wiaet, I'isifi.Tsbitto.it KllUf Grates aud 3Jintelpirce - rt bavsa vaarv larva aVaek t Partite HittWi I and J toft tirataa. of - -V aa i : Tntort vaaTtatas raftawgraa; Mu-ftv-aat tr M u,. . MtcaiJiZ'ic wtxear. ' . (tt4 IXika MfaaA. - 1 r ? Datlt Patriot Ofhcb, 1 , ' Nashville. April 26, I860. ) COTTON The market has been very dall daring tbe past week, and sales light. We quote tbe several grades as follows, Iuferior, 4a4J; Ordinary, 5a6; Good Ordinary 6Ja7; Low Middling, 8a8; Middling 9a9. TOBACCO. Sold yesterday at A. llamil ton's, 32 bhds at prices from $2 20 to 7 15. BACON. Hams 9; Shoulders 7j Clear Sides lD10Jc per lb. FLOUR We continue to quote at $77 50 lb for Extra; and $66 50 for Superfine; Extra in bags $3 50; Superfine $3 per 09 tt'. ' LARD Tbe highest figures paid now for lard is 9jc 8). '- - SEEDS Millet Seed 2 152 20: Orchard Grass Seed $1 75; Clover Seed $5 00; Herd Grass $1 25$1 50; Timothy Seed $3 0; Clean Blue Grass $2 30,2 50; Stripped $1 75; Hungarian $1 25 pe r bust- WHISKY" Rectified 2527; country brands 50(a,75c. SUGAR New Orleans brown 99Jc.fJ, lb. by the bbl.; Jc. lower by tbe hogshead N. Y. Coffee eugars 10lljc, crushed aud powdered HJ12Jc; loaf ll12c. IRON. Teuuesfcee Bai 5ic,liand77 Horse Shoe 6J, Nail Rod 9, Boiler 6$, Sheet j9J, Hoop Pittsburg Bar 3J, Bund 5Ji, Horse Sboe5, Nail Rod7, Sheet 5i6,Hoop78. MOLASSES New Orleans in bbls. 44 4Gc. 1 gallon; 48c. in half bbls. GOLDEN SYRUP. In Barrels 70c, in half-barrels 95, in kegs $1 00. COFFEE. Stock light, demand fair Prime Rio is worth 13J14J3. Laguyra 1414i; Java 18(20. Baltimore strictly choice 14. CANDLES. Star , firm at 19 tor 14 oz; 21 for full weight; Tallow, 12Jc. HIDES AND LEATHER Wequotegreen bides 5 cents, dry 10; Southern salt 17. Oak Sole Leather 3i)c. H. for best quality; Harness 30. RAGS. ForCotton Rags in good order 3 cents is readily paid. WOOL. Tub-washed, in demand at 32 cents, pulled, 28(g,o0; unwashed 18(3,20. OILS. Linseed, 75c; Lard $1 10; Taunerf 75100;Cod Liver $1. BALED HAY From store $30 per ton: good supply on haud. POWDER. Blasting $5 00, and Rifle $7 00 per k. g. GINSENG In fair demand at 50 cents Bfb- FEATHERS Are now eelling at 40 cents BEESWAX. In demand at 2526 Cents SALT Barrel salt is selling at 35c. bushel, au l sack at $1 60 for fine. Iu lots a reduction is made on sack. DRILD FRUIT. Apples are selling at $1 201 25 bu.-hcl. No peaches iu market. ROI'E Gi asfl2J14c.Jute 12J ; Cotton Thrt-ad 121?,. LEAD. 7 i cents lb. SHOT. Buck it 40; Drop $1 90 per oag. NAILS. Threes $5 50. Fours $4 50 per keg, Sixes $4, Eights $3 75, Tens aud larger sizes 3 50. TURPENTINE f5u. IRISH POTATOES. 22 25 bbl. from store. MEAL 70c. s, bushel. BARLEY. 78800 per bushel. ALE. Crutsman it Druckcrs's Beer $C; Lager S7. COHN Retail from store 90j. bushelt wholesale 6;,70o. OATS 75(ioio. bushel. BRAN 20 f(, ton. Ctuclnnatl larltei. Cicixxati, April 23, P.M. FLOCR Xo change in the market; the demand is but mo'le-Hte. 1 ho s ilea are t o itin-d to 650 bbis at 65 5i a'l 66 f r sti peril ne. nnd $i 66.1 110 lor ex'ra. We woiil 1 a.hl tlit t is dim ult to buy or sell largely :.t the qai'tilions. The rec-:pls c uliuue light WHISKY. A du'l an l he.ivy mir'xrt to-day, and pri -es 4c lower, clesiiur heuvy. Thn mta were 15H0 bins at n.'jc, melu 11UK lhat from wagon. ri:oVl-loXS. The maiket lias not rhaiiL'ed in any pcK.-i.t al particular Since :tter ay; thu lt min i, for anv urt e'e, is o! ly nio lerate, but holders generally a rat s a slia-lc abitve tin Has buyers are illinu 10 piv. A 1110 t.r tie eem nd tor Mens I'ork, w l:h s iIi-k of 4'K) 1'bij ut $ 7 2 Nol much oHeriiig at this rate. B ico.i r it.iT 'ail' .aU'l if ny clwnsc, it is 1.1 laor i f b.iyers; : 0 lihds Sid' S mid al , uiel 40 do do :.l Hie .-.Hue rate l'i Iiti I. Suouiiierr soid al 7c. A fair it ill. tu t lor linU Meats, an I holners Uriu.ci uu nd ni; for rate! a shtee i.b ve t io-'-oil -re Sties of 50 hlid-i S'louldera at fi 'c. olid 60 d al 1 1 Jiaiiapohs, ut the nam" r ite, incl -iiof pukagesiu ix lii case Sides are leld al .l,'(" V' but o dnl not bear ol .1 a:e. Lira i g n-raily he d al Wi&Mitic, buT .. t.erc s sold al l1 hi. h li the oUs Ue rtle i-O re Oil.. A sa e t'f 30 bbls Liufc-d at 67 .',c, ft uo al 62',c. l HEAT Tliere is a good d mnnl f r prime white at tl S.'ii&l as. and for p-ime red ut I 3'Jful 35; sprlui; Is dull at $1 1S1 V0, and a go d deal ff r-ing Sal. s '51 busheh chuiee Kent icky white at 91 4i: 150 do pnn e red at 61 32: "0 do tie do at SI 04. drUverd; 6j0 do dohiluatl o7 ; 300 do do do ul SI 33 OiRN The demand ronti. Uftrt cvit, wiih lig'it re-clpu, aii') the inaikel arm at 4 a45o fjr ear, iu bulk, and 4'c for nhelle I. OATS There u a good d mind with light receipts, and pric.-s aie a sil.fte hijl.er: we quota llisrti ul 45 (5i 4"c 1.1 biek; s.le 4 0 bushel In m uti re al 45J,c; SoO do in sacks at 4i- ; 601 do iu bu.k al 46. KYE TI.e market i .'ull and price .iee'kned lc per bu.-h, cl. siug at U4o for pr.nie; ealea 2W bushel at IMc BARI.1T T'.ere is a fair demand for prine fall at SOCtiSSc; inferior is dull, a id prices irreguur. II iY The mirket is ytoa ly, a nil a fa r lieuuin 1 at Smltf Vlt'ii 'or prima '1 .m thy . la ba.e, on arrival, .md 2AH ! iu vari"US. CHLF- ihe demand f -r ol I continues fair, and the market .t-ady al 1 i.-t qu a itioi.a. New is dull al 7e, aaie liO boxes new at 7,'4c. UCrrEK. I'rrne tre.th is i.-Arce sad in demanl at lMl-'Oi': r nim m is dull at I Vl 2C There is a good doul of luf rmr in the market, w a ich Is sold lor grease al So. AI'PIES Tbe demand r r pr'"1 "I fatrslS per bbl. c mm n ars auil ' Si Sia$ f bbl. P0TAT1 E" The market 1 dull, and prices Dotal ml at SI 5 1 ;i p bbl for pnuiai Nurlocru, and 75l for c. lumou. 1. m. arsaav. stT aria BT J. N. & H. SPERRY. W1IOL. KS A la 11 G HOC BUS. Comiulssion, Receiving and Forwarding 1MEUCIIANTS, AND DElL.-K.-i IX Pure Wines aad CraaJirs. llD-DjiaticLlidiri, Lbi::i, Ciiari, lc. So. 63 darkart atrawt, U-irduo's Block, iNAsiiviia iai:, Ti:.. i.ssiic. HAVIVrJ mwiasl Kireies blether tr It iba pir ao oi lrmarliu a i.m-rti airoorry, C tutufttatlou S el K-c vt i(tul Forwaud.n j Uu! n-ai aa fel aaaara I , frotu a i'u; expervrnJe in IU bai-aaaa. tbat we ca t :x i.i.alKii i load a j may Is tor u wit't thfir fatroua-. I. M our in anlaiu ta keep Coti-la I y I t t ra a well aa-anttd .na:at uf lira ea'iea, wiaes aud Liqaor,aal our urt--ra uu lo still Uuxa tu cltaap a lh--y cm b-. bohl vateabere . j. X. a 'i .-iuiy. V arc now roieiv tJ a lars and compIrM aaaort-aut .1 t.rocen-., 1 j , la tn , c j r aod to. kiL-ti. to whtcu wo iut.W wur aiV-'-i.ou. Uur stuck consuia aaft patrt 11 b .waioalus- ar.K : katar and Code. 1 bbl tSaatr; ' . 1 Msaat B-ajto Loaj lal Sola pw. "ri.au io , ao bbia M aao-aa ; 6 da Cmita atr, law ktl rJa.tmwa Coda. itlnra and 1.1 4 tiara. t0lllllrcJ4laliaji S do Xawsiaw' da; 64 4., sV'btitawa Co. do; la par ba-aady,W 'toe xas AwMdrle. 604 box. Slar Ciaoi-a; -Md paajs Fsaaas; tW ke Urn; loo boa I'lOoet Calsap ; 100 tot.Ciia-a laj Uo Ui.latra; bM (rut M taVcsw; JU bot lain; 10 a asa' C-tt Xlaf -, 4J lual Art. Pa"; SO bla barretl ' SaaJ, liM da letter PaataT; -69 rasrl CoUata tlop j ItM) k.l that; I 4 ato f -luta l Ua ta; -' a - Km Le i; a aa-s-s TJ 1 U Mackerel Fiaa;" " 6d d ' asa Bturts, tW ba.s reusaax a v: 60 t uttastaaaajais Hvpa la busas urowaal lir( ill b-Xe 1. UA-ma ; aad Fvppar, tMNi aia-aat tvui ra 1 1 llftrtsnd Tokiets, . M,0 Hanrr Cta Ittr, i,ia ap at. ; . 5a La Cocsut-l-tios 1 i.r. Imp.w'4; 16.' awaaa t . v , i ut raMlai lM Hro-S ao-aj Ttbatsra; J sVtaeat Ltaj fcje 1 a AftitJ T-4j?; 16 taJ J- A. CUV , j a fc- Ik wttaa da. 6 Ta e a to fccea, varaoax araa4Si As4 ail etaar al la. ft l-to faa.an ram. a taatalea. a 3. m at. oria.i Bri-t; 4 aUrt a-, aAvUa, 14. CIURLESTOX COVVEIVTIOy. ' Nrw, Yoex, April 25. The .Tribune's Charleston correspondent telegraphed . at miduight, that the Douglas niaiairers are willing that tbe Cotton States should secede and tbink to improve their chances for two thirds, but they do not esiimate-ibe effect a the remaining Southern Slates. . .. , When the Convention -adjourned 'it. was supposed ' that the LouTsiamt resolutious wbic i covered Congrea-aional protectiou of a Slave Code could be carried. ..... ; The Douglas men claim twenty: vote, accession by the rule allowiag delegates to vote separately. Later. The Committee on the platform has just adjourned. There -was an exciting discussion, and a test vote was taken on the Cincinnati platform, pare and simple, which was rejected by a voie of 17 to 16. Stetenstheu movent to incorporate with it the principle of tbe Dred Scoti decisiou, w bicn is still pending, but it is believed it will be adopted. Charleston-, -April 25. The more conservative portion of the Cotton Stales conferred with tbe other Cotton States and persuaded them to remain till after tbe nomination. It is not improbable that a contingency may occur in which Cochrane, aud oilier New Yorkers, will go with the seceding South. If the platform be unacceptable, looking to an ultimate fu.-iou with the Wood interest, be will vote for Douglas. His friends claim 152 votes 011 the first ballot. The Committee on Credentials reported in favor of the Soils, but a large mitiority report will favor the Wood deb gation. The Illinois case as under cotisidcrauon. New York, April 25 The Herald's correspondent says the Southern delegations held another meeting last night, in which there was great excitemeut. They came to the final conclusion that unless a lesolution is inserted iu the platform to protect the rights of the South in tbe Territories, ih-y will secede in a body from the Convention. The following despatch was received last night: Battle Ground, Sax Jacinto, Texas. April 21. The people assembled here -n ma.-se, and nominated as the people's candidate Sam Houston lor President, with a strong electoral ticket. The platform Is. "ihe Constitution aud the Union. Down wi h all secion-al issues." A. M. Gentry. Tbe effect here is electric, and it i-i extremely probable that if th-4 Wood delegates are rejected aud the platform does not please the South the seceders will nominate Houston for President aud Fernando Wood for Vicu President. Charleston, April 25. A resolution passed limiting speak, rs to liiteen minutes on all snijects except tlie platform, ou ibai tbe rule restricts 10 one hour. The Committee on Cfder.tials said tLy would be ready to report t. L afternoon. Whereupon the Convent on uiljoinnd till 4 o'clock this ut'eruooii. Mr. Roliason, chairman of tbe Vermt nt delegation, died this morning of anopii.-xy. The commitiee ou credentials will repO'.t i 1 lavor ot the Dean Riehinond rinlegutiou. The Woods delegation received but six vote4?, and those were from Missouri. The following is Mr. Casting's address on taking the chair: 1 respectfully tender to you my most earnest expression of profound gratitude for the honor you have done me iu appoint iug ine to preside over your deliberations It i however a responsible duty im nosed, much more thau a high honor conferred. In the discharge of that duty, iu the direction of bilMnt-ss aud of debate, and iu the preservation ofordcr.it sit li be my consiant endeavor 'aifhtully ail impartially to nlliciate as your Minister and humbly to n fl eci your will. In a great deliberative Ks-einbly 1 ke thi, it is not the presiding officer in w bom the strength reside, it is not hi strength, ii it yours, your iin-l- lisjence. your sense of honor, your sense of order, your instinct of s-ll-respect. I rely, gentlemen, confidently upon yon, not upon myself tor th prompt at.d parliamentary dispatch t the business ot this Convention. Gentlemen, you hare come here from tl e greeu hills of the E-t-irrii States; fr -mthe rich States of the imperial c nti ; from th sun-lighted plains of ihe Soutli; from the fertile States of the mighty basin of ih.- Mississippi; Iroin the golden shores ot distant Oregon and California. Loud diet r. You have come hither iu the ex- rci-e of Ihe high-e-t function ot a free (teople. to participate nl aid in the election of the future rulers ol tb.- Republic. You do this as lb4 represent-at ves of the Democratic party of tbti great party of the Union whose proud mission it in ti m.tiutaiu the public liberties; to reconcile popular freedom with established order; to maintain the sacred reserved right of the .Southern States loud ind long Continued applause; to stand, in a word, as the perpetual j seutiiiils 011 the outpo.-ts of the constitution. Cliesot "That's the laik," and-loud and en-tnusiasiic applause. Ours, geutl'-men, is the motto inscribed on thu scroll in I bo hands of the niouum ntal statue of the great statesman of So nh Car-lina "Truth, Justice, and the Constitution." Opposed lo us are tlio.-e wiio labor lo over-thtow the Constitution under the false aud i iMilious preteusi: of suppoitnig it; lhos4 who m e aiming to ptoduce in this country a p iiiiaueul sectional conspiracy of one halt of lae States of the Union against tip' other ball; those who, impelled by ihe stupid aid half insane spirit of l.iciiou and fan.ilici-ni, would burry our land on to revolution aud civil war. These are baudrd eueiniea of Ih" Constitution. Il is the part, the high ur.d n ible pari of the Demcciaey of tbe L'tiiou 10 withhlaiid, to strike (low n, and conquer. Aye, that is our part, and we will do it, in the name ot ourdeur couutry, and with tbe help of God! Loud and enthusiastic cheers. Aye, we will do it lor, gentlemen, we wil I uot distrust ourselves. We will uot despair of the geliias of our country, aud will continue to repose with undoubted faith in tlui good providcucu of Almighty God. Lodd cheers. . Arrived. New Orleans. April 25 Lombard, G. W. Bourne, John J. Albert. Irolll Boston: W. I). S-wt-ll from Liverpool;; barque Grape-shot from Cardiuas. 'lre. New Orleans, April 25 The, Brooklyn warehouse, iu Algiers, was burned; lou $70,-000. from Arizona. Ariz XA, April 7 The convention at Tu-con for the org m'ziiioii of a PiOvisioaal Government, km very vulbu.i ttie. D. Owinits was elected Governor under the Dew constitution. Keiaed New York, Apnl 25. Tho ltrk Charlolt Away whs seized yesterday, sasp.cled ot fitting out for a slave voyage. Cans ml loner. New Yoke, April 25. John A. Dix has been lender! the Comuiisaiouership under the Paraguay treaty. The Platform Oimm'tta repudiated ihe Cincinnati pUtiorm by a vote ol II ag.tint 11; tbe S iuiht-rn d leati ma d in tiiLng pi a form not liable lo two c u-lruciiou. The nooiination of I'.mjkIa la ooutidered O rlniri. All the New York. itd part of tit South Carolina delegation; will vole for him. Lsrlbqnake, New Yore. April 25. Alvioe-a front St. Marka.Sau D miago, apeak of tb 1 onoli lion ot aa'veral building- by an earthquake. It is Fupp'XKtl that great daniAge was sustained al a.iht f piaeea. Thai veanel In tb harbor oscillated violently. Irona rahln2ta. WaiHiMirox, April 25 lloui proceedinga an uiporisnt. Arrived. Niw Yosk. April- 25. TTi feaer Vigo bus arrived. Her dale are anticipated. silver New. lrrTnx. Aril 25 The river i stationary,' w.th 8 I eel t iacbes water in the ca-uoL 9 srket. New Yokk. Apnl 25. Today thlppinr tiat quota o4toa d-jli: nalra t4 three dy 2')0) bales m.ddiiosr Orleatu . Tboct dull and nc4Qt;ei. Srir in g-aJ detua-il, Ihoaatt pn -ea sja a Itttl aser. Mola-a In fa.r dedt tad and ids-It st ttarevluwta rl. Sterling excuaoge , t3j. Ffao 5 I3i5 Nxw Oai.st-cs, April 23. C'ttan sale to-dav IJj'jQ baitt.; P i -e ars e-l-r, bat q-Uti i iKhtif-d; ? tar ftrta; U dtsar q ji et; vlour t- ly at 5 0a Oi; viat ou CHl'on to LivtsTpviol ; Surf Uoj eehajra j. oa Uii ttf iaha 7 itj Nw York sight etctiaan par frx ni.um. Conner's Saloon: VTiH XeeT.t.s s Marks avmt( aar Catoa. aatavtltat - - ' lat U aM C II 41 ravslar'r a4 ary Rrs4 At II i. aVaa (tay; aeaaitr aU oV-acA. 1 saS4i Bnrtioit?; Sales.- Tour Attention! Geotleraen ! X ILL offer at Public AacUon, od TEIiNF3TAT, . tbe 25th test., and from day to day until the entire Stock is aolJ; a large assortment of - - Summer and Winter C L O THIN G , '' Pitce CooJs, Fcmhiag Goods, tc. AIM. EL'LZHACW iK'3 Store, No. 53 Market Street. Call before or on the alay of sale, if yon want bar-, gains, as the entire Flock must be sold, regardless of price. By order of apraa-1 w DR. E. M . PATTERSON, Trustee. ; F0II SALE. I WISH le sell 3 acres of Land two miles from the ' city t situated on the Porter Turn pine road ; all under a good piank fence, on which is a comlortabls brick dwelling, wiih two rooms and porch , bricic Ecrvanis' room, kitchen aud smoke h-.use, also a pood framed stable, sc., and is a ah in 60 steps of as line a spiintf as there's la Daridson county. lam odernig Ibe whole for about tue cost e' the impiove-nenu. Knot sold privately befere the 5tb day of May next, 1 will sell it at public sale at the Coin t House. For particulars enquire of Glascock t Xewsom. apra4ld KEZIN BE1X. Tuesday, May 8. D and IO, I860. ' LAUGE AXlTixTEXSIVE AUCTION SALE, BY TRABUE & LUCUS. 'E will tell at auction without reserve, oa V TUKSJAV, WtUraAY an i Trit'RSUAY, May ft i.Vlh and lXh, laoO, r ilty thotiaand dollars wurth 01 new, Iresu aud Dttituonabld STAI'lala &. FANCY DRY GOODS, ladies' Dress G'wds, Trimminirs, and Fur and Wool Hats. L-4rhorn and Sirtw Hats, Boots, Shoes and Bropats , Lidies aa I Children's Shoos, a lull stock. A line ock of Read v Made Clothing, Three piv two ply all wool carpets, half wool ni al CotmC irp tings, C inton M mines, El.atr Oil Cloths Fancy Boueet Bibboi s. A fuil Ftock of White ;oocls, Hosiery, Suspenders, Gloves, Varietv Uoods, Umbrellas, Parals, Palm Kaes, Ac. Every de-scrii n of Print? . P. Allen's Spraj'ie's, American, Iiiinnell's Haro:i:s O'gandie Kobos and Muslins, lata ges, GI .ce Poplms, HoO skirts; 60 bales 4-4 aud ; 8 Osniburge an l he ivy Drowa Joa.etics, and Brown lnlU, sad iu fact a m st Every Article of Merchandise L'sually kept b Merchant generally. We Just say to all Merchants, botn city and country, if you wai t goods this is c--rtainly a rare chance for you to save fn-m lu to 60 per cent. IT you mike a g kvI noteai d pay it wneii due vie most earmstiy leqiest you to atieud this sale, b it if y--u expect us to fciketour note simply because it is solveut, and allow ou the pnv leye ofpaymi at our earliest con venience, we m sl devoutiy request y to stay at home. TrJtiM All sums under $l0o, casa: all snms over $lo0 an I under 63141, lour monUia, 11 sums oier a0, s 1 mou-.tia'iimo w.l. bj giveu for saluv f.clorv noies payable in Bank anil-tds TRABrE I UCU3. Wi. 'Vvivcls ot la.vnd F OR SALE, Adjoining the town of Manchester, in Csffee coauty, Tenn., lmmediateiT oa tne Mancaes-ter aud McMinnvill j tiauroal, wikhjaSre-iiivj, to ihi rufeheot bid J jr. On -Monday, ?tlt of .May next, I 17IIX 'e oir.-red ut Public salu 26 tracts of Lnl, V coulaimug from 8 to lvi7 acies, beiutj subdivisions 01 the taaiater's Mill Tract, iociuJu.K theU.ie ew mw M.ll aud W .ler Power ol Mr. LisSalor. All of the iota are well t:niuere 1. A Nos. 1, -.3, 16, 17, 14, 1 4 aud -0 in laarrett's original pi to 01 the s-l uie rort proH-rty. All 01 ihe t hove w ill be sold on at red a ol 1, '2 and a years, without luu-re-t, fur maes well enoeiaed and a 'i 1 retaiue.l . w.th a ie-ducis-n lo the eu chtser of 10 per cent lor ta--b. Ai'i. Teu laiis, being subdivisions of 'os. it und jd in li in ell's ih imal iiuiu. l h. se kits trout on the I Kaii.oad aud iXteud up t..e river, aud will be sold on a rre-.ll I 1 and '1 eais, without interest, notes endors.-d aud I. en ret meu. Uu all tue lauds there is fair proportion of Hue river bottom ahove t.ve. 0 .w,aud Uiuwholuol the lau is uie covered ailh li .e luuOer. We uueiu it uie Uuceaa. ry t say an) tiling ia pra se 01 these finds, more l.iau si 1 p.y to remind the public ib Jt ibey are situatetl iu a sectiou of country wunse resours are lust Dovr begiuu.uK tu be det eloped, thu immense water pt wer of the oid Sume Foit htviuar lately pus-ajd 1010 ino hands of eaiiemen wto know meir value, and while it 18 true lhat they were purchased at a very low rale, liiat tact a ill hut euable tlie hold era to worktliem more cxto-sively aud pioutably. Toe voice 1 our.-tiie Legislature ati alue-t uuaui-niOiln 111 favor of M m.;li. sler the point at which lo locato tue Slate Prison, ami fch.uid lae Com mission, ers app dnled tor the purpose, ol selecting a iocalio' , be tlie a. me upiuiuu aud pa. it at Winchester, Uie da. will not be very far distant wi ru il will be mi..wii as tue cettirai ULtuuiaci'triug towu. Ia that i-v.-iii the value ol leee.aul uu only he euaaaed at. Th - enure sole la ailboul reserve aud wahoui regard to price. W t. UAKKEiT, l.. . NE sklM. P. S. !'er-ou wh wish to altau.l this t-ale stiould leave Xitsbvilie uu the ruuJay 3 o'cloea P. at. Tram uu tbe Xanhvilie aud Clialiaiiooir 1 Kadroa-i. anlUt Lei-aa-tn Herald. Mur reesuoro' Tele-gr tpu, CUtrsv.lia Catou'cle, fi.e byvi.le Ekptitor, copy till day ol Sale and send hit at lo Uii oince for ct.ilccuou. .pr3-tis TflOlFSON & CQ roCI.D most respectfully call tbe attettion cf the LADIES TO THEIR Second ImiorUUon or PARIS DRESS GOODS coxistixg or Pine Apple Kobes, Ctlemial ropllna, Grenadi'ies, Rich Silka, Uerage Anglaia, aic &L0-, ate-, aLC T..ea. Co- ds bavs been erlecled wl'h great sate, and on etamiu.uoo wlli be rousd to stiatiu aes.B aud color any goods beretoiore sbowa in this market. , ' aftrl.-lw TO jJILLEilS, DISTiLLEIlS, &e THKCXDKiW.OXE.T H Kt'tT SEUJS'O OCT A IX THE Tuba, Hoilt'ia, Pipe4, -llACltiue ry, Fixture, c, Bcbrnging to the IhtUtry aad r lourin; Mill, know a as tlte CITY IMILLSe At Va-ttlTllkj ; patrU ax p. ci taf tha will be add to SS.I puri. Iiaaers AT Vlf E EDUCED PaiCS. . ' Paretas daainng to purrl.aae sre referrad la lurtter a. Fo-r, tti .. car Jatavea 0hett , l , salt-a. Iao. - THOS. J. IWTl ll. apale-lut DIVIIJE.XO. . MVlliEVD of raaaa m rsvr ea lae Cantt-U I. M ml tae Xaa tv.l.a aa,J Cbattaano.a Kt.. road Cinpajy was UlJ day oCrtt4 ty t'lS iu- lts,usloi Ut. 1M-0S1 m' ta ktat i .aiai-ta. pars-, bis .4 aval afljr Ae 10 lust., al tba txS a ta ta traasatrr ta XaattruMi. W . A. ta.A.AV, prMlas Irtwaar r. Wnnled. 1000 aUStlELi GaXill CLfcA VIU-TT tttilO, by A. JKAI4. Aaatat tf Ma. II U ire atraei. Canar Cajes ! JP.-JT reeeivaal, 440asarta Canary 8 rd Cafes -4 aii alf la,cvkars aad prsca, aoatat aa baa aa ever broaut to u msa4. F- awa k t laaa-u j. w. wnkiX. Jlercrr rolatoex. 100 aaw b Era i ti N.w Yo.k maeear rtatoaje, goad Itar taa an aCa at-t.y, H rve et . e 1 .4 tac , A. JaXait. -al-Af Ka. llMH X rfajt (A. 1 BtRKikUt Ki--ci Citj MAAL, baa v4 A'a bi. r mxv3,' Xa , CUl. sVA- aprdti-tf. .ICKt ICI'a! ii:un WEbaewaistoaArlea D )! to aaar a Ciu.iUt,aal tl awa . tiJl 4 y fa Uae a "al li-aa t, aa $ a&i. it it m i. tit. a Pra- Hitt.tia'tBa 1 ut a fib of ,- t eteia ttla..va. t-t i' a. jrj a , , y. ikaa. t.ua f -ar V etg'4 tarf m-t li-ca. '. mdS aya a akeaa aja ffein t ocL'tf f.l a t; kUAaary'a gratMff asVare, S-iitltaaj.j e'J .. . . ' - i -- J r' r' ' ' . : ' -5 ; 1 ) JI 'JL1L ai r& ? tVnT?? ' ' ' ; i . . " -;. I THE HOWE S60 -SEWLG MACHINE. CONE BROTHERS, Agents; ! 5 ' r : r ra t.oUesc street.' SlUOU 11EWARD. F Consequence of the numerous ares that have occurred waUin the citv recer.ttr. v tn their marked evideucea of inceu u ta natta . I, a. X. Holl.ut;?- i worta. Mayor ol ine cuy of .Sasuvme, by virtua of Uie recommendations ut the City Oiuucil. will give FIVE HCM-KED DOLLAKS aa a reward for th annn.hi.nBi.di .ml iinrw-t.on . .f any persoa or persons of the crime of ant n within the corporate i u.u. The crime to be o.mni.lted j at auy lime witiim three months I rout tue data j hereof. S. M. UoLU.UaWOilU, Mayor. Xasuvilli, April Is, lsiai. The L'uderwniers authorise me le offer ao sddi- lionai reward TFIVE liL;X0ttl D"LLA..S lor Uie apprehdusion ana conviction as above, aprib-u" -i. -X. HuLUXiiSWORlU A. C. & -A. B..BEEuH, Are now prepared to show their customers, At io. 57 College Street, A very large aud the most egant stock of - DRY -GOODS, THAT they Lave ever baen able to uOer 10 the Retail Trade. Tuey have a m si choice lot ul tsi'rU.Mi AXU SLH -. KK DrtKSS OOUOO, elegant llounoed Si.ks, flounoed iieraces, flouueed and piaiu j Mus.ius, Oreucdiues plain and tt uuced,Urey t-.ua;.' lisli Beragi s aud OucaJS f r s.ii.k. r.ry style oil Summer wear tvr Gentieiueai. oUirts, Muri C .liars, LUle I'uiead Shirts tu t Drawers, Marseiil.-s and Mik : Vesli igi, all cuiu s French C.olhi and Cas.-iniHrs, . wmte aud culored Liuea lirillings. We have a g e t ' variety and soini ot the most beaut U ul Utrpela evei exhibited 111 this mar. el. Cornices, Curtaiar , Uuuks, I'uii and tfiair Koth-, I urlolu Int 1 omes, Lata) auu jiuall.. O utihi-, bleactied aud Browu Table ll.tuiasa;, every style l.n.eu towels aad Towem.g, Ui.en aud Cottou aueetiugs all wnltu. MarSviiicS J 11 la audi nl S. lades lor -Viiniuws, r Lair oil Cloths t.oui 3 lo IS leet wide, Cant. hi Uall.ug Tom 4 toe qua ver wi le cheeked aud Willi , all wiulb) Coca klalungs, Ooods for Watfou siheelings and l'eail CI. ah 3 aids a ide, ail kiuas heavy Cotton Uoods i..r .Vt. u i iota lag . A. C. & A. B. ISKLX'U. Nashville, April 3, 18u0-3ai liaumr, L'uiou Aojer.cau aud Franklia Review copy. DRUGS AAD MEDlCIaVES. A. II. KOSCOE & CO., WHOLESALE AND SET ALL DETJGGISIS, S W. Corner of Broad and Market streets, It'ashvllle, Teun. IT7E are prepared to execu e orders for Um VV and .'letlielites and all article per tan. I 11; to tne I'rug K'.tuittt, with uepalcb aud al tat west market price. The s.me atl-ntiou will be given as heretofore te ive every article o a good quaitty as re,re?e ite.. , id in no mstiui-o will au thing be put up that is ot doubtful or sogilosticale I character. It is our iutentiin to maintain 'he reputation we , tve estiblishe i iu sel'iu no 10 but Pare tTug anv edn il.es, a d we, thei etore, lu Vlte you to ex tniint raiocK before b tiug el.-ewhere, helievi. g wecin ow ; ou 111 --uceiiieuls seld -m odere.1 iu thi. or tL) oer fSoutiiern a-iiy: In addition t Oroes we have ublantlv on haud a large stork of 1'enuniery, kip- and Toilet Artk les, W hite Lea-t , I.ins- ed O.I, arcnliue ,v'u'baj, !.) iri sad Wines for modi, al use. - aprlO-tf WATER COOLERS, &c. JUST received direct from ibe manufacturers and for sale ai lower ,racc Uiaa ever betore soid ua this market. plain Waler Coolers, 'ii i orcel m lined do. 10 McIHinald's Keirojerators. 6 St:ho.ei 's I'ale Ido. 50 M user s 3 minute t'reoxers. 2 Sea more s I 'at. Freesrs. 1 also make iutin Ice Cream Freesers to order of anv r.ze. - 60 IV11. M.ison'sl'at. Screw Top Fruit f ans, 1 and i quarts. 30 doz. P.atn Fru I Cans for senkng. 1 40 dos. 1 quart Uloissrruit Tars. --Ice Picks aud Hatchet, i-h- rry Mixers au t Muddlers, lo doa. PUltnl Iipter. . ft doa. Pal. IV g W hips. ' , j.w. vrnoK, apri!17 IT College stre-t. Houst-keepins: Made Easy ryUE WHKAT CJIKK.R YF.AST CAiFS will always L Insure ..set wholeonie bread. k Vor lieeoia y.ai can gt t rnie dezra Yeast Ct.kea, wh ch will mat e 60 larita l- vei of the be-l braid. &UU CAKr-S Sll Vl-K aiA f, hourly exptxted by rvprva Almost e ery fann y in town has used it. F-r spring c.e.Mi-g it I inva'nablo for w.Fhing Paint, Lo- king Ulasse, u lived W.ark, alaxbie, stiver or Pitied W .re. KKFKIGI-K.t I t'ilS We have sold a large 14 or those laiuoua Pulladil, ill. 1 R.-lri Jeralor at e have s large lot coming I hey are' wai raiib-d lo (-ivetal-o-f-tcU-in, a 1 hey are u.l omy las best but are the 1 hei i k.iowu. aprl-lf MACK EMI E a IflNCHIX'. Hungarian Grass Seed JUST received, and for aval at a low Agar 600 busnela superior li ii.tti.lta Or. Seed. Tie seed hi ben selected I'll gru at care, aud was r jt-ed in ihe Nortlie--n t.rl.ou of kt isauttri 4s Iron from dtrl Slid alt mipurUiats. ' ' " apr 11 -if aae MIZKI L, HtMH'ER k CO. SlocU IVeAucetl. 1Urit I. ISO m-no to nike a Uiang la ocr bui tr arrtint in. t wo desire to reduce our present .l.tck m k h M p a.-d.l... in order to do this w will B.r o r pr. ta.ut i i k of sia,U aad franc y lry l.u nla at reU'icea pr cta We uave uu htnd a One a.or luieul t f Mlk B.raga, Maaliua and Tiav. li ig aoo-l:,an iu lacl everything one could a ish f r. Imi, Wl.ite Uoodi, linhr-'iileri-ai, Ho ery. Table Dm a-k, tv eeln.f , Pl.t o litij a .tl Biiwti Ik-ine-m , I'lania ua G.mmI. lor m n ait woman, C'bdhs, catv i meres, Voal.iii;a and L'u ier waar f r ii Uauie.t. We with in call faiticular .iieni ou to oar tVervutat r-ta-rr, i n wbett will b-found at all tiiuea luany Utk.ra-ule gooi at one fourt'i their vatite. aprl -tf i;HoLS.X k IICMPUET. MORE IXEGKOES IN 1 CASE ! ANOTUER LOT OP THOSE FINE. PRINCIPE SiGARSs moog which may b foaad erery SUAt& of the XLOKU VaRi ALSO, " A very larg asortenl of FRENCH PIPES, in who'eatle, at 44 I'uk a S-reev. apri-tf , J. W. LAXiLY. 'Coal OI..J Coal Olllti J. II. I'lMaAV k co.'s Premium Coal Oil, Manufactured la FL Loait, Mo. 'I HIS ml I I.uua4 cotorlest Wr aa tXe pai ratal 1 Spring Wat.-r iiaof lerts -d l u4 eraat tta wtck or .a.oka tba ebiss ayJtte beat fit mate la IL font ef W eai, and ft. -dr. lit S l premium at l'ia nti bt. loJui Fiir. IKia trial l ait it Mt 1 1 I ra c.lune..a a U petteral a... We bare reeeie-d a ,ttj..iy of toia tai,r aw Ud.watc w are takr u the U a.ia by lUe ha-rel n. lj i tataaatl wcta. at ' pfaa. MJaoXL. liotft-t ft Ol , ' aprll-tf as - - baa. aad Market rt. Loagslreci, CraJIur.l & to., MtaafcSttrwea of aa4 Wholataal tteaiatr is ' OLOTHI-N&; - 8T C3AKBFRS T. ft W HEADS BT., . Bet weata Braaad my sad Cuarck aa . NEW YOKK. e. r. tMtjaiascT, a. r. a.nmaa, . . a. I feM-Ssa 4 V eiiaaarr. i i -9 sm - a s I Y at. 1 a SBMs-aajBBMsmsBtB iaaaBS4aaM I. Ui'buiuiauiriCbij.V-i.. SELECT SPICES, aaiA'rfeLr f mrfmT rrr, - attlgrwa iraa -t J tiaf Ha,.i, i ;J cti--t a. fr- aa-l-f t tf t -e mi, -? ""it rn'rr.t i- r.e as battifte (. I it in fi 1, (! tt 9-t!ii-j- br , v4 ra fa 1 wtar-u, v l ti - Lici -' o l.tir-e.il a a u-rj u 14 a ia Ji I f tUt tjtii anl ivrt ..fai-t 1 u w nxrk AiA c ipti; - ia(a ta-i il ar O . r p vM. . .. Mutttttiirl a;y bf ' -- "- -' -' . . H4StE k , - blalsatf 14 Pawn arast, f-1 JiUDtiai 4LL i-.j.'.s: - : Li. .-j "a- -'s- t tvTv-s An aperient aad tteraacMe preparatioa 'of I&Q2T purified of Oxygen and Carbon by com. bustioa is Hydrogen, of hi(Ca medical author. ity and extraordinary efficacy in each T the follow in cemnlainU. viz. : 0EBIL1TT. NURVOITS AFTTCTTUaS, rXA- ciati0n, dyspepsia. dtarrhea. c0xsti. pw10n .caofttla. salt khfum. scurvy, jaundice, liveb. complaints ehetjjia. tism. meec1trial coksequences, istes. mtttekt ffvths, nemuxgia ctlr0m0 headaches. female wfakkess. misv. MENSTRUATION. WHITES, CHLOROSIS, et' FI1IPLES ON THE XACE, EOUQHNESS CF THE SKIN, tti . ' . The IE.0N ieia ahrorbed.fcy th blood, and- thns circulating through tho whols systsm, ao part of the body can escape their truly wonderful influence. The experience of thousand daily prove that t no preparation of Iron can for a moment br compared with it. Imparities of th blood, de pressioa of vital energy, pal and otherwise. sickly complexions indicate its necessity in al-. most every conceivable case. Ia all rases ef fnmale debility (floor albus, chlorosis, etc), it effects are dcltghtfnUy renovatinj.' N remedy has ever been discove ed, in the whole history of msdicine, which exerts snch prompt, happy," and Tully restorative effects. Good appetite, om- plete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength, wit an unusual dirpositon for active - and cheerful exercise, immediately follow it, ns. 4 As a grand stomachio and genrral restorativ t it has no superior and nYubstituts. Put up In nea flat iwefal bnir eonlalnlntz , .V tills. r-e ft a-rntt lr boa : six hosea. 9i XO f astie tZoceti Ixixrs. 4 OO. Kof sale Ity Keaaa rallr- AVUI he aent free Its aay atl(ii-ra oat arrrrlp of I lie larlare. A II li tars, tanlera, elc aKoulii be aadreaat-U ta R. B. LOCKE tfc CO., General Atrents. 3.1 U BKnillWII, T V. W. R The ho are laJbat tn earte box. , dtx-2-dtri wly -r I et tUe-admUa mt tb m- m t T M US. WI.NSLOW, ANexterien'-ii Xnrseand Kemalrphysiriaa, or seuts itie iltenlii'Uoimolhrrs.ber j . . . . . . . i - 0 1 O t ill t ts 1 KU l'( i;-A For 1'tilldreu Teelltlne whirhereatly faciiilate ibe processor teetLleg, softeun.i; tlie gums aud reducing al li.Uam.li h;w allay ALL PAIX and iptiimidii action .and is sfhl-TOltKul IlTE TI! F. BOWELS Iicpend upou 11, uiotht'ts 11 will give rcsiiofaar selves, and P. FIJI F AXI HEAI.T4 tli YOUR IXFAXTS. Price -i cents per BOTI LE. v W e have put upandsuld thisarticlt-for avertea years, aud its s.T. is cokisiikjit kasbTarr ef beea able lo air el EH HAS II FAILEIIIV It. what we have never anvotlier medicine EV . ASlXoT.ttXsfANCE. TO EF1 LCT A tUi; E.abei timely used! Xi-ver did we know an la.latice ol tistitsfjctioi ,by as J Mr li tiil il, tie the contrary , all are a" I tabled with i is opera ; t it.ti., ttt.tj r 111 terut.a va ttitjUe.t vomtlttMlala tti.iu a.fila lu.'le. le.-tet-ta and uie.ll.-Ml ...... We speak In tin mallei jr, "nil wa I Ml i.,i after teu year xtrrt eiKi, if mrMi ori ' Kti-niiui roa Tut. i tii tn m aaar a k kalis .- HM-L1KK. lu altuoslevery Ittataiu-t- Vt here iLe in fanl is stiOxriiig from pain- ! exttaasuof. , rel.e w il i be ' ound lu tilleeu it J laetily tuuuitrs after the ayrup is a.iiiiiuts4 It-red. This valuable prer-ara, lion islhe prescrifdles ttf one t.f Uie M1 Un i'LHIr-XCEIiaad SKIU Fl 1. X fluSEj" in Xew k-f laud, and aa be . utd ailh XI VI !l 1 All.' lXt. aiccassiji iiiiusixiX or CAW, - - Xotonl; relieve tbecltild y from paMa, bat iavlg irate, lilt- stomach and bowels, carreer. -eld I ity ,aa-l nivetlune ana eh ery to Uie w hole SfS , lent, it aili almost in stanttv relieve iKU'IXU IX TIIKre HUWFUjAX'O ' - ' ' wlNUe UtUC. t andavercomecooviiisiivLti ahiilt If aol speedil ,' remened, end io death J Kt fjiiie ve 1 1 th btsi and l i.t-sr asauaiv ItTlnw wotui, la all cases at lV.-ElJY AM IUAKm KHiKAtN CMUUiKEN.-i. wheihrr 11 antes from X laetUiiig. or from aay otiter cauae. W would say to every atothei who ha. a child .uirencg from any ol the forecat. ii. ootnittutitF lt Xtil. LfcT YofR PkEJt M CE.d. X-iK UIK l-KUt'e IdCEf UK UlUEKs .land bet aeen your sullcr lug child and the relic, lhat a ill b sure e, AUSulXIELV .(. tlr to foiluw be use ol this mdictue. if timely used. i Fuli tireritoL ifor ulnt will iccompaay eack attitie. Xne ren ni.e o"" lea tbe fac-atiBlle Ctitl'lS rEttI.N'a,.Kewa Ytark, is an lb oat Lie rapper. Sola by arti-'.ttbrwtig b' ; ant Vh. world. , - ' Princi.. Xo 14. , Codarat. Xw York: - - -J UliaTi cU'l r Price '4 sen. ,tar noula . 7 S ECONOMY! I- Save ilic Tieccs! A$ ac-i IV trill Aappsa, aem a aaatfta, it i very desirable to biratoma Cheap aad coo -eoM-nt way fur repoiritif Faratnra, ToyB,crocl- err,- '- - - ; w :' ; ", ' SPILDISG'S CIU2 . -t meets a I eoiargeaeoas, aad aa booaashold aaa aSe4 tab-a w thout !l It la al way ready aad p fa (He tt ar naj poisl. Ta-re a n pttijer a neceaanw (r I, at-o ; rb tira,piit?rre-i veneer. bea.lVas dot la ak-l weoksi .ratlr It i. jm fie article rtr eoaa sbeil a a ior ..mam. fcvl wors,aa p,ular wai ut let ..f i tt.t .eitnl an 4 lai. Tii a atrib.a ftrwataraima t aa 1 rold , betg ctxaaatratflv h-id n .l iliofi, aad amwiatT ail tlte valuaiiio 4Ba Ue of I'te beat caittttet naajier's it! a It tt.a: t uk! In tia place Of ttrdtaary, ttaS-itoe betLg vatnlv more sUe.-rr. r.-l H. L t EVtXY R tt"e Si.lt. A b.'lttacf tatl'aaoA Waaa-tk fracat.xaeUf Vf h'-l -wtk ln-, Sa 4 e.lar W , X Ye. AtiarM IlEJfRTCBfALBIXO C0 , a , r U.. Xtk a.iao, X'w lti t, ..-- - tn w? -w IValar le Tatar rawilatalaf Fir .riylil, sad Twe. v ft Seaav a baa-Jt-fcl tauvrapbm t-bow ; Car are(Eta.av fcg eaaea prf. mr a r.a .aia .r Ka: Dfc'r"r!trriP j CI I f -O Saie tea tiu a co4 uaaall . a. f tea f vOt .fim.A' C a 'A & ' tne-J rapatkOaJ lira, rVaatpa-t., Iar-srerSe.ers, u rast,y"i tvasa4 ainiwre iteaoi f P. 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