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APEIL 26, 1853.
'-" Cavalier and Puritans.
While many of the ideas and fact of onr
correspondent A. C. are trutLful arpl just,
other are rr-cuiatire merely, and to our
mind fanciful. Ilia analysis of the Puritan
arid Cavalirr character i hiLly interesting
and tuggvf tlve; bnt he mat s the 'fuels of the
two Eugligu rtrolutionn of the 17th century
the basis of a faLteioua argument. In tome
eenae Cromwell vat a butch r; and in some
sense o were Alcibiad'. Alexander. Ilauibal,
Caesar, Richard Ceour de Lion, Napoleon, and
so also our own Washington, not to fay Eng
land's virgin Queen. th; mela icboly Eliza
beth. They killed men in war. The motives
n each for butchery, were various. In i-uch
as Alexander, C&r and Napoleon, ambition;
in Washington, patriotism; in Richard and
Cromwell, fanuticiwn, it i granted; but not a
monomania for blood merely. True, the
Cavaliers were conservative loyal, and the
Furitaus oppoeid them. But, the Puritans
were not the aggressors in the first instance.
Charles I was a gr-ati-r nlave to the Church
of England, than a friend to freedom of con
science. And so w-re his prtd'-cei-aor and
uio'-i-NHie. Tin- warn on UhaI bunt man, John
Iiunyan before and the Scotch Dissenters
after, testify. The Puritans were enthusiasts,
but not cold-blot d d butchers. The overthrow
o Cliarku I opened the door to the Protec
torate. R volution is not child's-play; and
the Commonwealth hud to be protected and
sustained. And so it wit, by Cromwell's
stern acts and cterner uature. Even then,
under the circumstances, the Puritans were
modi-rate. If they had l--n otherwise, the
three events, the death of Oliver Cromwell,
the abdication of Richard Cromwell, and the
restoration of Charles II would have furnish
ed a ditlerent history from that which we have
-f those times. If they had l.-en otherwise,
the Mayflower would probably have s;iiled on
a different expedition, possibly bristling with
guru and bnyoneU and armed inn, instead of
steering through perils and privations to the
Rock of Plymouth. If they had been other
wise, by a deep-seated and natural habit of
uncompromising intolerance, our own early
history would likely have been vartly dif
ferent. Unquestionably tin? Puritans ami the Cava
pers had their original distinctive differences,
1 liusyncracicM, even normal characteristics
and so did the Pilgrims and the acci ptors ft
the York and fhiltimorc's bounty, and the
followers of Raleigh, and the Iluegenots. And
so d we of South Carolina and Kentucky, of
Virginia and I oui-iana, anl of Florida, Mary
I Hid, even at ibis moment. But shall we
h lild np, hereup n. a theory of ructs, such sm
would make the people of Massachusetts, by
nature, cold-Mooded butchers, and those of
South Carolina high-ir.ettlcd gallants, or Cav
aliers,iu the Spanish acceptation of the term?
i-ihall we sweep away the marvelous events
of our own Revolution, brought to pass
by the united spirit of such men as Ad
ams, Warren, Putnam, ifhermati, Prank
liu. Hamilton, Green--, Lee, Washington,
Sumpter. Butl r. Marion, Jeflerson, Mad
ison, Ac., springing up with a union of hearts
and a union of hands, from the mouth of the
Altamahah to Cap : Ann, all ov. r the glorious
old Confederation - simply to establish a the
ory of social and p'l'uical antagonisms ;
w hich, being st.ilili.-u.il, would weakeii the
liondi of oir pr.-.-t-nt IT.iio.i ? In that grand
epic passage in the hist-ry of tie- Njv World
fie bigotry a-nl f.uiAticUiii of tin; Puritan
aud the superciliously a-suiu -d sup riorily of
V.V3 Cavalier, of 17t!i century, were buried, ij
iad-v-d th'-y t-vi r existed on this continent, a
thousand fathoms l.-luv the lowest point of
resurrection. Certainly the Yankees of late
yi-ars have shown a depraved proclivity to
embrace tli-i wretch -d i-m-, mouiiutii-il by our
correspond'-nt, aud ni -utioned none too Ii irsli
ly. Fourierism, conuuuui.-iu, Moruionism,
frefl-loveiHin, and spiritualism, to say notliing
of political uhoHtionisin and religious deism,
transcendentalism, aud iul'el lity, have their
paradise in this land of fanatici-rn. Th-y are
at war with good poci-ty, good government
aud the good union of these States. They
constitute a new birth, and can scarcely trace
their anc -stry to the actors ou the field of
Marston Moor. But a truce.
Our correspondent is a gentl -man of very
superior ability his articles are always wel
come and wdl Ih read with attention und
interest. We give them a prominent place
in our paper, because they J s -rve it.
JTff Our neighbor of the Burner, in a no
tice of a mythical pap T to Is-published at
Louisville and styled, "'Ihe Fire-tliter." w :
"He will swallow down a whole volcano, lire,
moke, ashes. ci nd'rs nml nil, at a single in- nl.
He will breakfast on Vessu vius.diue on Etna,
aid sup on the raging Il.-cht." We would
suggest that ho begin with Etna, save Ycssti
riua for dinner, and then take lb-da. with an
ice-berg or two for tea. The internal commo
tion, would thus lcar some correspond -nce
with the proposed external. He can then step
across to the Maelstrom, und take u comforta
ble bath preparatory to r tiring. The n xt
day he can swallow the rest of the burning
mountains at breakfast and dinner, aud innke
a cold supper of the Suuliru Hands, and the
Other cold lava formations which lie scattered
iu the pantry. But, alack the day he will
have no '-grub'' for the third day. He must
perish from the face of the earth. He. tirt
EUer, perish "rwi (lie thwjht" ! ! But tin re's
consolation. The Resurrection and the Here
after will bo glorious. Think of him rising
la the morning, iu that land where his pecu
liar larder can never grow empty the bind
of infinitude and eternal plenty ami leisurely
plucking Orion and the- PI lad s for his first
tranquil moruing meal. He may take Jupi
ter or Uranus for his dinner, at th same time
drinking melting Merenry for his wine: and
0 to bed after urp r with Veuus in his
belly. And after that he mny feed fonv ron
those golden balls, fixed and uuflted. which
wcro set in the jewelled heavens for his e p
cial belief! L Must Untitle h rvafUr, moot
peerless and gentle Pin k i:Ttul
But softly. If it should tnrti out that,
driven by hunger, 0 sweet Fin-Eater, on the
third moruiug of your tarlhly life, thou
rhouldst feel an appetite for in -n, (which
Beelzebub, your Prince, forbid) we pray
set thy heart first on th New York n-iLw,
tl Albany Journal, the National Em, the
Cincinnati Cattle, the Chicago Imwrrat, ami
thtf &L Louis Democrat, (let not thy stomach
btj turned at the name Drmurrat, for it is pre
cious to be devour, d). Take also the N w
Orleans Ddtit the Charleston Mercury, the
Richmond South and the Soutfitrn Cdutn ; and
for daiutii aud tit-biu of exceeding pla
tablene, choos among IU.t.s. CnuuMi.
Hale, Sewako, Fkkd Doi-uijis, (J akdisov,
Colfax, aud Kl'iTT ; and for further varl Ij,
pice and relish, take' Mi-w A vroivicrrx Browx,
LCCT JfW BLACkWULL, LoL4 Muntkx, and
a sprinkling of the Fr-v-Lver, Mormons,
and Incurable Spiritualists. If tbey should
not be hot la thd eating, th.-y will blr thy
system and strength thy conitutiou by
th Arcs they will make alt r ards when to
feth t. Tnis dm-, most gracious Fir Ea!r
thou w It U h tliy-ll and mtukiaL i,th.o4
wilt h cnteut to drt m up thy feet and' sleep
with thy fatb.r. I
For ' NatkriUe Patriot.
Cavaliers - and Pnrltanss Worth and
South I'nlon, -
The purest result of rationally perfect so
ciety is rationally perfect liberty. The North
ern, are by courtesy called the "Jree States;"
but in reality the only pure and rational free
dom in this country exists in the slaveholding
States. All cxerience, all history and com
mon sense establish the fact that some system
of slavery is essential to the permanency of
a free government. We want no better proof
of this than the. Yankees themselves. Witness
the eTtrnvagant and licentious anarchy into
a hich their unchecked passions have led tbem,
though tbey started on the same political ba
sis with the Southern States. And anarchy,
lie it social, moral or intellectual, all the wide
world over, has ever been the sure presage
and forernnncr of Despotism. The people of
the Southern States are by nature eminently
conservative, and the very structure of our
society, embodying, ns it does, the Divinely
sanctioned enslavement of a greatly inferior
race, checks all tendency to licntiousnew
and forces it within due hound?. Our society
is founded ent'rely upon the laws of God;
the Bible is the source ff all our law as well
social and moral as civil, and hence reverence
and worship of its Almighty nnd Triune Au
thor is more generally among ns than any oth' r
people. Entirely satisfied and happy in our
Society and our Bible we have no incentive to
rnn off into wild speculative theories which
are not sanctioned or approved by that Bible
or that Society. And this too is the great
cause of our superior moral development. The
tenor of our way is more nearly in the path
laid down by the laws of God than is often to
be found in the falb-n race of Adam and the
reason of it is that our laws, our society and
our mothers teach us, as a people, never to
question the precepts and commands of the
Bil-1. !)- s our Bible tell ns that God has
enslaved nnd cursed the whole race of Ham
for His own wie and beneficent purposes?
we seek to enjoy the blessings God has given
us, and never interpose our own philanthropy
to question the wisdom, ls-ni licence and jus
tice of Ged. Does it teach ns that God espe
cially sanctioned the t'-mp'-rate use of
wine, we do not declare that it is a sin, and
seek by our laws to prohibit what God has
approved. Does our Bible teach us that the
God Head is three persons and one God? we
do not impiously oppese our finite reason, and
declare that Christ is not G -d. Is one of ns
rich and the other poor is one of us married
and the other unmarri'-d we do not seek by
some Fourier communism to level all classes
and conditions of men. but strive to Wtter
n-tr own lot without injuring our neighbor's.
Political equality among ourselves is all we
claim or cxM'ct, and that we have to a degree
unknown iu the North where the poor are re
ally slaves and the rich are masiers and
perfect equality among our slaves we enforce.
Do we st-e our neighbors of the North possess
ing more money, more railroads and more
t 'l 'graphs than we. w e do not therefore en
vy them, and begin immediately to speculate
upon their policy and morality nor d ) we
imagine ourselves the world's reformers and
seek to nlxdish mon-y, railroads and tele
gluphs, but strive to content ourselves with
w hat nion'-y we have and red. ct that w e have
railroads and telegraphs enough, and can
hate more when tve want them. Docs our
Bible teach us to love God, and our neigh
lors as ourselves, we do'not therefore resolve
ourselves into a committee of reformation and
proceed to judge and r- form nil the world
around us. Are we told to love one another,
we do not therefore abandon the marriage
rite nnd form ourselves into societies where
men and women m'ngle prom'.-cuou;ly in
free love without chck or restraint. The hon
or and happiness of our mothers, our wives
and oursisters are far dearer tons than money
or life, and we guard the marriage rite ns jeal
ously :ih we guard our religion indeed res
p -ct and protection of the female sex are alm 8
a part of our religion. The degradation to
which the gentle s-x is reduced in the North
east is the surest sign of the complete demor
alization of Yankee society. There is no
chivalrous devotion for the weak aud helpless
female, no manly and noble protection of her
but all is sel.i-h, cob! aud heartless as the
metal they worship. Free love societies they
have iu abundance, but. in such, the noble
passions are unknown, virtue is unheard of,
the only object le-ing the gratification of bru
tal lust, and the complete debasement of both
man und woman to the brutal level. They
appeal to the spirit world aud by cunningly
devised cheats they play upon the supersti
tions of the f male mind, and, lost to all sense
of sham-- and honor, they force it with pre
tended sp'ritual commands to pand r to their
abominable app -ties. In these spirit lal so
cieties every article of clothing is abiiudoued,
and all is coiiuniini-ni. I du not not say this
stat- of things is universal or general even iu
New England but what umst Im- the state of
that society which tolerates it at all! It is at
least so general that to save themselves and
their sex from ruin many of their women have
been driven to d-ma'id civil wA political us
well as moral equality with man ; nnd how
deplorable must Ih: the moral degradation of
the society where woman is driven so entirely
out of the sphere assigned In r by God ! It is
not us, the men of the South, alo ie who pre
vent "women's rights conventions'' hen it
is our women thems Ives, who scorn so to de
grade, dishonor ami unsex themselves. It is
Is-cause that the high mission und sphere of
woman are heartily ami earnestly recognized
by us because we, their fathers, their hus
Istnds and their brothers, recognle without a
doubt the holiu--ss of their moral und social
mission, and protect Isith with our lives. We
love woman because God has made her lovely,
but we cherish and protect her lvause she is
the great morul agent that lights us ulsivethe
brute creation, llihand holy she is gentle
aud loving anil good. It is ours to influence
the a'Tairn of time it is hers to guide us to
heaven. But in N-w England s.h has sunk
from her high ami holy estate, aad is fist I"
coiniug man's slave. It is said an uiltlevout
Astronomer Is mad how much worn an Ir
religious woman! nnd yet female ii religion
has reached au extent iu New England pain
fully shocking. There she no longer carri-
h r children to the christian churches, to hear
the rruciticd Savior preachid, and to instill
into their virgin mlud the sends of piety ad
virtue, but to t-aeh them deadly hutred aud
envy of their happier actghljors, to hear
politics raat d In the pulpit to hear frct
lovism ctuumeuded a al to have the sicken
ing, disgusting, degrading yhilaidhrxyy of
Aliolitioulsui'' how b d ia tbi ir cur. No re
ligious woman could so fur abandon the
Uachiugs of her Bible m to b ooiue au advo
cate for woman's t-quulity in the civil a-d J
p dl'.lcal atlairs of the world no woman with
the faintest lingering of re litoii aluit her.
would H.ibly cuter a '"Frwlove or Fourier
And now conies the great question, can
these two distinct and, at prewnt, antagonis
tic social clement continue to exUt under the
same government as a social ai.d political
union? Our father thought they could, and
for twenty years they did cxit together with
some degree of unity and LappineHt. As I
lave said, African ! vcry is not the cause of
the difl'creuc or the anUgo.ti-m of these two
tl ments. Eten if it were fiMiible to utile
th slavery qu-stlou upon a fair, firm and
permanent baK tb i'.S rvace aud the an
tagonUnt would still remain. It needs bat a
glancj lu history to show Cist thu South ru
SUUs have Bevr meddled or Intrtfr d with
the doniistlc rcluliou of lb N'ortheru It tales,
tM KswtjAptrt attnef Jsaury a4 Ptcbr.
There are undoubtedly evils in the North sur
passing the evil of slavery, even admitting
Blaveryto be as. evil aa they say; but in no
way or manner have we ever interfered with,
or concerned ourselves about them, until
forced by insult and Injury to vindicate our
selves. Then, all the aelivt antagonism ex
isting at present is chargeable to the North.
It is possible for these two elements, naturally
antagonistic as they are, to live happily in
union ; but it is not probable that they will
do 60. It is plain from the course pursued by
the Southern States, that had a like course of
non interference been pursued by the North
ern,' the two sections would have continued,
as they begun, in unity and peace ; and it is
possible that by the constant commingling of
ages, their very inherent antagonism mierht
at last have died out. Now to restore and
continue this union, it is necessary, not only
that the North must agree to and secure us in
a speedy, final and equitable adjustment of
the slavery question in all its ramifications
and bearings but they must at once and for
ever cease ail interference and concern in our
affairs. They may turn New England and
Ohio into the very worst pandemonium of
thieves and roblx-rs, of puritans and murder
ers, and incarnate fiends with which man has
ever yet succeeded in marring God's creation
they may howl and rant, and blaspheme,
they may banish churches, deny their God,
and yell ngainst slavery, wine and marriage
they may turn their States into vast Free
love and Fourier Societies; and they may
reduce themselves in all moral and social
matters, to the level of the beasts of the fields
only let them not nttempt to propagate
their damnable heresies among us. only let
them let us alone and they still may manu
facture our cotton and carry our produce!
But if they think still to continue as they
have be-en going on far the past thirty years,
they have widely miscalculated. With all
our superiority, natural and acquired, we are
not going to submit any longer to insult, in
jury and oppression from our inferiors.
C liliiene .4 flair.
Washington-, April 21.
The instrnet'ons toComniissiouer Reed have
been made public. The Secretary of Siate in
forms him that the oljects, w hich are under
stood us ls-netit-, that the proposed French
and English allies seek to accomplish by trea
ty stipulations, are recognized by the Presi
dent as just and expedient, and so far as you
can do so by peaceful coop ration, he expects
you will aid in their accomplishment. In
conformity with this policy you will commu
nicate frankly with the British and French
ministers upon all points of c-mmon iutir st,
so that it may be distinctly understood that
the three nations are equally influenced by a
determination to obtain justice anel by a do
sire to procure treaty arrangements for the
extension arid more adequate protection of
their commercial intercourse with China; but
on your side these clforts must le contined to
firm representations appeuliug to the justice
nud policy of the Chinese uuthoritiis and
leaving your own government to determine
upon the course to be adopted. Should your
representations be fruiib ss, special reference
is made to your communication to the minis
ters of Great Britain and France, not only
from our common interests with these nations
in the trad -with China, and in the menus
suggested for its extension, but Is-cause they
alone, among the great po-.vt rs of the world,
have d'plomntic representations at court. It
is ii':d--rstood, however, that Russia, wh'ch
has long been represented in China by mis
sionaries of religion, has attempt: d recently
to s--cnre th" reception thereof an accredited
minister, and you may possibly find this pur
pose accomplished when you reach your des
tination. In that event, there is no good rea
son why yon should not le on the same
friendly relations with the Russian E ivoy as
with the Representatives of Great Britain and
France. You are authorized, therefore, to
communicate with him as far as practicable,
upon all subjects of mutual concern. This
country, you will l'ur in mind, is not at war
with Chitri, nor does it seek to enter that em
pire for any other purposes than those of law
ful commerce ami for the protection of the
lives and property of its citizens.
Xlie Frigate siiqiieltauiia and tlie
llrltiNli Officers at i'ort ICoyal.
The conduct of the British Naval officers at
Port Royal, on the occasion of the recent
stopping of the frigate Susquehanna at that
port with a large portion of her officers and
crew suffering from th- yellow f-ver in its most
virulent form, will attract. wherevr it be
comes known, the warm admiration and he-arty
praise of the American people, and it is to Ikj
hop' d will through some appropriate action
on the part of (,'oii'jrress receive a national ac
knowledgement. The Susquehanna arrived
at that port with seventy-live men down with
the- yellow fever, the ship was, as descrils d by
one of her own oilieers, "a pest house." Such
a visitation, lit a port in a climate where the
yellow fever is a much dreaded enemy, was
sufficient to excite tie- lno-t seltbll f-ars and
might have even justified the British oilieers
in avoiding altogether any communication
with the ill-fated sh;p. But they took no
counsel of the natural dread incident to so a
larmiiii; a dang r, listening only to the no
blest aud highest impulses, all that it was in
their power to do was freely offered, and th''
netivc self-sacrificing p-irpos with w hich their
good offices w ere p-mlen d showed that tie
protl'er was no mere ceremony. Tin Vice Ad
inir.it. Sir Houston Stewart, s -nt all the relief
required. The boats of his sh'p conveyed the
sutf'-rers on shore w here a hospital was open
ed for their rec-'ptioii. the men who inaniiid
the fsiats voluntarily brav d the danger of in
f ction to succor those who were p -rUhing
from a fearful scourge; supplies of medicine,
of provision", and of coal were provided, and,
more' than this, st mpathy, attention, and au
apparently inexhaustive kindness wen- lav-i.-hed
upon them whilst there, and when leav
ing her sick In-hind, the Susquehanna sailed a
young Briti-h surgeon volunteered his pro
f -sMouul services and accompanied her to New
York, rendering important und needed servi
ces to her still nlflicied cr-w. Such mi in
stance of iiobl - heroi.-m brings its proper aud
high reward to those exhibiting it, but the d.i
tv of t-aruest acknowledgement isuoi the 1 ss
iucumU'iit upon u. und we are sure that the
scntimeut which it will excite uiuoiig our
people ought to U- expressed by Congress in
some formal testimonial of cordial national
recoguito H. I lilt inline A:ucriain.
from fA'i'n. 'rlli Amfrirnn.
State of tlie Treasury- The Land
Nairn, Ac, &r,
T'uey tire hox fill at the treasury, of a large
accession of receipts ut the beginning of the
new fiscal year, from hind snles in Kansas,
Nebraska aud California, lour m'tll o is of
acres iu the two tirst territories are now put
iu nnrket. nnd it is supposed wilt Ik- entirely
covered w'.ta pre-emption claims, thu bring
ing in some five million o!" dollars. The
published accounts from that quarter exh.bit
a very eiubarraw d condition of ntl.iirs gene
rally, anl it is naiv-u nun as uigu a iou per
c -ni., per annum, is oifcrt d for money to s.i vi
lli lands, of settlers from sb. If this f.wt
bo well authenticated, that source of revenue
m iy not bj quite so reliable as U estimated.
Twenty-three miirons of acres ar to f-e
thrown upon the market in uudivid d quanti
ties in Cal foruia, from the sales of w hich nt
least ten millions of dollars are exp-et d in a
few month. With the- ti:te-n mill ous of
lands, wh'ch have yet to Is- reul z d, the trea
sury is to In carried ou during the ice ss of
C'ougrvss, relying itjxma larjte increase in the
full inipirls, for a eorr spoudi.ifC augmenta
tion of revenue foaii cu- Unas. The-s are very
bright hopes, and for Mr. Coob's wake tu y
ought to oe real'z -d. for if they shoul t not be,
h- will tind hiai.-lf so bumpered U-fore Cou
gre will in i ag it'n iu Deveinls r, as to wish
h oinelf we ll back, to Lu tooitui .uble home iu
CovmoKXT EtrKssKM or this l S. Hoc-e
or RM-Kfcse.vTjmvu-. The " Rpk- " ar
liurdlr aware of what thd ileum ore in the
list of "cuuiiugeut expense" of Congress.
In the uid lit for lsJ7, wc had ihe follow
ing item j Albums, plain aud illU'trat.d,
$:32; .W lietitvU, VorU
om.o.j. f 347 ; Card Case. 177 : Odor Out.
$121; Knives, $6,000; Cigar Cwscs,
J'ajii ,SIijh"i TMtt; .U7 ; i 'ijji-
km. tilt. The iu-ui iiauad ciu luudly !il
to prove gratifying to the ronntitu- nU of
uienil ra eiUlencing highly retlntd aud
fi aiuiin tacUi prevailing owjojj their rcpre-
ExraaVAOAxcz orPicrr8 Boots." Th
Now York Tribuna state that, for lithograph.
In and printing la cdora a angle ov, for the
Patent !flee Report, lh sum of $10,376 W4
Itid tu Wagner 4 MoGulgau fer a itiuular
oervice for oue bull, the sum i f $I0,57C ; for
a cow, ib sum f $ 7,3lH) ; aud for ou horx,
th turn ol ti,37t$. -
... AIIich Frickd lIcHBAsn. In. the city-of
New York a jury ia the Common Ptcas award
ed a widow woman named Warxeb, $3500
damage agafnst a Mr. Wou? fo." cansinp the
death of her late husband. Wolf had ordered
his coachman to throw the snow from his
house in 26th street, and a Mr. Warner, who
was passing by. received the falling shower
on his head, killing him instantly.
A Rin.ROAD Trxxet Thtiocgh a cttt. It
is stated that the L ading railroad men con
nected with the principal railroads running
into Philadelphia are now before the Legisla
ture of Pensylvania asking an act of incorpo
ration for. uniting all the railroads in the
center of that city. ,It is proposed to do this
by tunneling one of the streets, from the
Schuylkill to ihe Delaware,, and having a
central passinger depot, into which all the
lines of railroad converging to that city shall
come under ground. ;
We bad the pleasure of being in
Nashville at the Odd How's celebration on
last Thursday. The procession was large and
imposing, and attracted much attention on
the line of march through the city. The ad
dress by Dr. W. K. Bowling was the ablest
and most eloquent we have ever heard on
the same theme, and was received with creat
applause by the large and intelligent audi
ence who listened to its delivery. The in
strumental and vocal music furnishi d on the
occasion was of a very high order. Al
together it was one of the most pleasant and
agreeable celebrations we have ever witnes
sed The order is in a flourishing condition
in Nashville and throughout the State of
Tennessee. Some of the most distinguish! d
gentlemen of that commonwealth are mem-ls-rs
of the Ord r, many of whom we had the
pleasure of meeting with at Nashville. liws
tdlvillt (Ay) Herald.
Immense AMorvr of Monet ox Deposit in
this CofNTRY. In the banks of the fourgreat
cities of this country New York, . Boston,
Philadelphia and New Orleans there was
last week on deposit no less than one hun
dred and twenty-eight and a quarter millions
of dollars.' an increase on the previous week
of nearly two millions of dollars. This doe s
not show any great revival of business in the
country at large. In Boston, previous to the
late financial crisis, the amount ou deposit in
the various banks of the city was not much
ov r fourteen millions of dollars; it is now
twenty and a half millions. The specie in
the banks of the four cities last week was
fifty-seven millions five hundred thousand
dollars; the previous wei k. fifty-five millions
eight hundr d thousand dollars, an increase
of a million and a half in oue week. In
Bo-ton, within the past six months, the
amount of sp--cie in the banks has about
doubled. ZWwi Traveller, of Ajml 17.
f'rum the Glm f'atU Rmlilican.
A l'bel and di-grace upon the intelligence
of this community was pi rp trat- d last week
at the small settlement of Goodspeedsville.
some mile or nun from this village. It ap
pears that a man by the name of Adams, liv
ing in Goodspeedsville, died about seventeen
months ao leaving a wife to mourn his
loss. Tie- widow removed to the West and
remained there until a short time since, when
she returned to this town.
Upon her return she found her d-'ceasid
husband's brother d in? with consumption,
and declared that he could be cured only i i
the following manner, which sle- said was
practiced where she had been living. Th'
body of h r husband should Is- bsken up. the
heart dissected, and if any blood was found
in the heart, it should b !urn d. and the it k
man would r cover! This monstrous propo
sition was i in in diately acted upon --the d -ad
body diiiit red a p'ly-iciau (?) call d. wh
took ouf the heart and lungs, but not enough
blood being found to answer th purp-ise
th body h iving lain too long the further
prosecution of the infamous project was aban
exportation of Cotton 1'roiii Air lea.
The following is an extract from a letter
from .Mr. Thomas Clkog, a large cotton spin
ner in Manchester, publish) d iu the Loudon
Xewa, d-scribiug the result of several years'
experiments in establishing the exportation of
cotton, from Africa. His principal establish
ment is in Abbeo-Kute:
Up to the 1st of this month, (March, 1858,)
I hail sent out 1"7 cotton gius, co-ting from
Jc: 12s (i d. to 10 10-. each.
I have entendiuto correspondence with
upwards of seventy-six native und other Afri
can traders. 21 or 22 of thi in being ch ifs,
many of whom have la-gun to consign their
cotton as well us other produce to me. Iu
conducting this afTair I have to venture, and
have now outstanding about X! b!)3, every
shilling of which I expect to receive back;
indeed I have bills of lading and advices of
great quantities of cotton aud other produce
being ou its way to me now, lo!h on consign
ment nud iu liquidation of what is owing to
1 have had one transaction with one of these
traders, from which he received jCX00, ami it
is both satisfactory and pleasing to know that
every trader, almost invariably t.ikes buck
hardware earthenware, cotton goods or other
merchandise for the whole amount of cotton
or other produce sent here. Owing to two
extensive fires at Abbeokuta I have not got
quite us much cotton us 1 expected in lbo7,
but have had cotton advices aud bills of la
ding for shipments from Lagos up to the 28;h
I.-eeinlx-r, as follows, viz., per Candoee, 4ti
bales; Gambia. 10 bales; Invincible, :4 bales;
Token, Ml! bales; J arrow, -11 bales; Gambia
111 bah s; Si. G orge, el bub s; l'owerlul 241
ba'cs; Oscar. 37 bales; Sal teru Kock,24o iNiies;
l'rop Her. 31 bal -s in the whole. 1121) bales.
Add to these, 17 tons burnt d iu the- first fire,
and 3000 to 40o0tts. iu the second 321 lah a.
Toial produced, or rattier collected for send
ing to me, of usual size, 12o0 bales African
cotton. This qiia-iity b;is, therefore, been
purchased, and there has still always been
plenty more o.'e ring on like terms, viz: IA
per n. in the seed. O.i this account the peo
ple of Abls-okuta cannot le made to hvlicve
th it Lugland can purchase ail the cotton that
they can produce; und yet. Abls-okutn is but
ju.-l on the border at one corner, 1 may say
of the great cotton field of Western Africa,
extending from AbU-ukuiu to the Nier, at.d
uway iutn the interior.
t'oupling my experience, on this coast, the
Ik lief of the AhU'okutuns and the recent
despatch of Dr. Baikie from the Siat r to our
government, where he states that the Ilev.
.Mr. Clarke has seen ut I la in-ar Ilorin, iu the
Voruba country, 1 j or lti packages of clean
cotto.i olli-rcd for sale, weighing 7." lbs. to 60
ths. each, and had been assured by theuativea
that ou market days (every fourth) from one
to two thousand such bags w re otl'.-red for
sale, and this for their own country manufac
ture outy; I say. coupling thse statements
with my oHTatious. I a. 1 know of Turns and
Natal, aud w hat l)r. Lit ingstoue. tells us of
the La-t. I can clearly s-t- u pro.-KCl cl the
si tve trad being ent rely starv ! out; the
tractable, docil -, a. id inl Ifgent A:rieau ris
ing iu the scab- of Civilization and Gini-tHiu-ity.
iu projiorlion as he is allotted to e.;ji.y
his own rights, und slay in, tdl tiie laud, a.id
trade in his own native country, even if con
fined to the cultivation of cotton ulnae.
One trad r has ord red a g.sod 8 rviceable
E lulish ca ioe. to convey the cotton, whilst ue
and another have ord rid each a god u
packing prers at eoisid -table upain,-; a;id as
there are now ut least four presw-s ready lor
work, and the natives are aide of thcnisclvca
to turn out 10 i-ales d lily from each prc-M.
they should t irn out 40 daily, or'upworil of
12.U00 annually, w ith their present appliau
ces. Three mak- rs of cotton gins r.t Manchester,
through my and various ot.ier instrumental:-th-,
have sent out to Africa the following,
C 34 r1", rafMihle of clnmnir 10 lb.
..i.y , wy. lor .e iy, ft, 3,720 JV-
I). 66 Kiu. autih ol t j..ti. 10 lb
', tV S.-S0 ft.
J. 160 gum, c-ij-ul-a- 4 i---uiui.(( vl lt.
i.y,ay,t oIct-,4J ib 8,000 Kyi;
sin. cibie of c-itUtiuousty cW:uu.ij
uilj Il,oo0 !V.
of clean cotton 4..1ti8 0ttO lts. yearly 10.000
American, or 40,000 African siz d labof
coiton; and as all these gins have U-en Ixiuht,
and in mot-t iosiaace paid for on delivery 1
believe they will not le allowed to ti idle.
This, 1 think," is a rare iiiMariee t.f rapid de
vi b-pmeut ut a particular trade, aud toe more
so, inasmuch, as iu my cose, every ounce of
C-'t ton has been Cidltt tid. all the labor p-r-foruud.
and tht responsibility of Uoiug it
borue by uotive African alone.
It can be laid doan in LiTerp-wt. In all or
diiiniy times, t about 4 Jd M-r S, t iz, cct of
it in the svU 1 1 4 S. to rnAe ok, 2d;
cleouiu 50 U 40 "ho. for 4iL, oar d; packing
and canvas, jd., carr a aaa charge ou
board. 4'L; trnglit to L'i:lnd (too much by
half,) Id.; chargeii In Lnglaad, d. Total
liecently, however, the native jroncT eocn
mittea ha U gun to charge ihoe bo uo
ihe.r icina aad pack ia tlwir.st mm Id. jn-r t ,
and tuuae who do this will be l a l.t je tU'Jic
exp use. but as U-e Cotton U still w-irih Zd. in
UrerjaaJ. and oi t nt ago a worth tl.
there I jet pro:.! mfficient to eacoong all
native to ctuUuk la It trade.
Lessee axd IUsaces ...W. IL CRISP.
On Monday Evening, April 2601, 1858, ?
, THE CIXEBRATED
N. Orleans English Opera Troupe
Win commence a limited scries of performances with
Miss ROSALIE DCHAXD, Miss GEORGIA HODSOX.
Miss ADA KING, M. FRED. LYSTER, '
Ma. FRANK TREVOR, . , Ma. H. WHARTON", .
Mr. A. SAMIXE,
And the other popular members of this celebrated
Mr. A. RIEFF, Jr.
Mr. WM. LYSTER.
rhirinpllie Opera the prices will be:
Press Circle and Parquette,
M. W. CAXMXii.
Acting Manager and Treasurer.
NASHVILLE SPRLG RACES.
Saturday, Ulay 1, 1 S5S.
" CATCH rr $i,M)0 a --Me:,- OOi furleit. Four mile
J-VX heats. Wm Koumltree iiainpsch.coltTomK.anes,
by 3d Boston; 4 yeais uld: ilum Silly Jones, b Levia
tlian. MajTho G Bucnn name? c li flily Ella Temple,
by Albion, dam by Leviathan ; 5 yeiirs old.
Monday, Jlar 3, 1858.
Match for $j,U00 a biile :$-'..' 0 1 forl.-.t. Two mile
heats. Win T nt-athatu numi-s b f tflje Byuum, by
Uk-licon; 3 years okl; (lam by Oihello. Maj i'lioinai G
Bacon nanie b c Dick Clieatuani, by Aibion, a years
old; dam by Leviathan.
rVlc Spvins lcctiis
Will comae nce on Mon !ar. 17th .lay of May. 135S,
Willi a i Sweepstake lor aU ae.-s; 1 milu heals: $ 0" en
trance; $,"0 lorlt-it. Gen B F i'healham name b m
Lizzie HiikTu', by Ewilon, dam by Ain ierby ; 5 years
old. W Tlimiuutree names c f kat ILiys, by Aibiou,
dam hy Priam, 4 ye.-ir old. Joliu Kemie.ly n.-unes g
f by Emu. dam by Aindurby ; 4 years. W i V luailiam
names b f hy Glenco, dam by Leviathan : 4 years old.
Col Geo FMioit names g c Webb Allen, by Album, dam
by Leviathan, 4 years old.
Swrpetake for 3 years old : 1 mile finals; ! 00 en
trance; '5 forfeit. WTC'heiilliam n:nm-s ill t by
Gl.-ncoe, dam by I-vialllau . J Mathew s names b f by
Wagner, dam ty Leviathan. Geu t G Harding names
br f by Epsilon. dan by I'riam. Gen W G. ilariliug
names br I by E:lou.damby Margrave. W T Koimd
tree names ch f by Alt-ion, dam by I'riam. Kelsy
Towers names ch c by Albion, dam by Levia'.han.
Tuesday, .'lay IS, 1S5S.
Sweepsuike lor three yeais old ; 1 nolo heals $.00
e:it.auce; $',0 I'-rfeit. Abner Turner names b f ltrttu;
Mauey, ty hainrock, dam by IteUliazzar. Hu e and
Calgy name b c t'ol 8-os, by Gleiieoe, dam by si'inies,
imp. ii led John Keimeiy names i h c by Albion, dam
ly Aiiulei by . Jidin Kennedy names br c by Aibion,
dam by Ix-viailian. W T Kommtree names c h f by
Glencoe, dam by I'riam.
Wednesday, ."lay 19, 18o8.
Sweepstake lor all ages; '2 linie b.'.il.-: Onenti-am-e;
$50 foi'teit. John Kennedy nmnes g I by Kniii, il.im
by Allele: by ; 4 years old. LM 1 li.tnpsiu man. s b m
Ueitu- Hawkins; 5 years old. W T I'healham names b
f by Glein-oe, nam by Leviathan ; 4 years ol.l. '1 G
Moore names i ll I bv GKiioh-, dam b F ank; 4 Jeais
'I IiurMday, .Hay 20, 1858.
Sweepstiike j niiti ie.i 3 ea. t oia. line ll.i.e heals
$100 ei.liance; S loiieit. W T llnunuU ee names ell
f by Aibion, e.am by I'rium. Ji-hn Keniudy nam c
hiit c hy A'!1 tin, ua;u by Lefiatlriu. J. dm iv.u:ie..y
uam sg c by Etna dam li. .unde by. W i ' ' h.-alit.in
r:ames eh I by olenne. t arn b l.-v .it'i-'i . Jam-'S
J.ieksou names ro c by l.le(i-je, imm by ut - I'ol
Geo Eiliotl names ch 1 by Adn -u, lam In 1. ..i:!i.i-.i.
ii-D W G Harding names i h t by Aihu.i;. . ;uu by I'ruuii.
Geu V G llan'ii.g nam.-? br 1 by r.,s:ion, iiflm tie
I'liain. Gen W G Hauling iiam.-s br I by Lpsilou.
ri..m by Margrave. Kiee and t'u.lley name b c ty
Yorkshire, lam hy Glencix . T G Moore names ch c ty
Glelietie, da'll ty r'lallk.
riday, viay 21, 1858.
Proprietor's purve, J5H10. U.ie Hide h; alS.
2i Kai-k. 1'roprieior's ptii se, sslmi. uue mile heats
for LVaU-u 3 yeui s old.
Saturday, 3Iay 22, 1858.
ProprieWr's pUise, .6U. Hain.icap, two miles aud
TUonday, .Hay 21, 1S58.
Match for SJ,50 a side; . .Ooo enleil . md-s heals
j a tins Jueksou names c I Kill. t Byuiim by (.lenc.M-,
dam hy Othello o yeais obi. t'm lCouuiltree names i'h
I by Glcucoe, uaui Jane Wauson by l'riain 3 yeais old.
To be ruu ou the th st dry of Ihe Fnll Meeting, with
3 years old. j0 eniraiice; l(Hi loi leil . 5 oi more
make a race. To name an 1 close ou the 1 alii day of
May, 1S6S. tiecurtiy required for the lorl'ea.
apro-td S. J . fAKItlt, 1'roprutor.
1 CA BOXES 8TAK CAXI)IJ;-. full weight, for isile
leJU by 1ULI.ON A: (d.
No. 1ft t'ollege slri'et,
apr26-3t 1-iU- J. Peacock A: o.
Roses, Flowering riants act! Evrigret'iis
1$ E XJ. F . Sill K 1 I s
TTT'lIJ. receive cr steamer Iir.nleilli aa eMenive
VV assortment of Bourbon, Tea, i-'Ugal, Noisette
and other Hoses, with atlne colleetiou ol iiii.-eidlaiieoiis
Plants and Shrubbery which will be sold wilhonl ro
sei in immediaU-ly ou arrival.
Ihe whole are from the wclikuoun i ntaldishment
of Mr. Win. Heaver, Reading laud Nursery ,( uicinuali.
Kleant Lace Mantles.
TE are otM-niiig, this morning, a b'-a'it ful assort
ment of French and fhontiliy ltce Mantle.
apr-k4-lf W. A. . J. G. Merl.El.l4Nt).
Organdies and Muslins.
J E are ullering tile heft targainp in Organdies and
Muslins that can be found in trie citv.
apr-M-tf W. A. & J. G. M I l.KI.l.ANH.
"1TTE keep the best make of Irish I.incn, rheajier
1 tilan they call be buoglil Hi nv nlli'T li- us..
pre4-tf W. A. J. G.'M. LI IJ.A.M1.
Tabic Linen;, tic.
"I'lTE have thi best a-sortiiieut of Tatiie I.i'iema,
ft Napkins, lioyle's Towids. aul Toweling Goods,
ever oitered aud at lower prices.
uprJi-lf W. A. J. 0. Met I.KH.ANP.
I'araso!s aad Sua Shades.
VHEAl'TIFl'L In of Parasols, Run Shades, and
I-eii." Si;n I'ntbrelUi, Just received and for
W. A. k J. G. ll fliJJAMi.
VALl'ABLE Et'ILDlNG LOTS TCK SALE !
In Ewing-'a Adiition.
BV virtue of ii agreement between the undersigned,
we will -11 for the benetit of ihe parlies coneerii'-d
at Public A -n, on t'e prenco s. to Hie h i-h-si bid
der on i rida), 3011 dmy of April ISjS,
1 8 .IS, lb- lot-s ... senb.-d below IU Kdili; I A..UIIII
Na.-.ivi.le. ix: I'U Nos. Vf!, 27, '.S, and 2t on
:t Avenue, and F"fg street; hiso t is Xm. 101. 10 J,
'H, and lot. on St- veiisou Avenue aiid Allison street,
,A Nos. l'Jl, 1 , l'.'o, and IJ-, on Wetoiore Siri-et;
ts N.m. ll, 1-'., K'7, and on W-iioore Mreet
id Sl'-venson Avenue. la No. .'il.l.i.n r wing Avenue
: el ll.g'i Mrix-t; !t Ni. W.'-'j, i'J, in I t'n, rront
on Allison Mre.-I, and iiii.-rs.-r ie I by Ihe ILu!nil;
rfs Ni-s. P. 10, 11, aud li, (ronii-ig on Stevi-:.on
venue au J F-'gK Street, and Intel socU'd by do lUtil-
. s. l.
The ss'e will be without ri-re, en a rrebt of 12
. i Mtlbs, ith i:,G-rest from d lie, and not.-, with g'id
jar.ty a.ble;u ii.k Will h i,i'iireii, and a lieu
tallied i! e prti-r!v.
RoUKHT (' fiKp H, Sua
(ii-.--i.I V K -lt t'i. .
DTiTiTori: c 67,
(si Ct Est; IKS TO J. P2af.HK a CX.
ESS fti'cTi vmus
AND P E A I. E R 8 IX
Foreign auJ DomesSie Liquors,
HAVr" i n !i.tud at their store, N'n. 15 Coll.-ee ft-,t,
full w'ji!y of I.!.j'i.r. (egm, , which
are i-fleri-ij cheap fo fh. We invao aO ihe pat
rM ii' liu-oi l !tim,anda many i f i'a new, m are
in waul of arLtck-a iu our hue, u .v.- n. a ct'.i.
I ll UV TO.,
aprl9 li. College Mm-t.
In i-etinne fVwa th li ptor Huiite, w uke aim b
4eanure ra ri-coniaien iuiic t- o-ir old rtairon the cw
Di-iu of Hiili u k O-., a if Htinnen wiil.y of conn 1.ice,
aad aohrn for Utiua a cubUuiuuicw cf p.tt feror.
aprlaiia J. PLAlla'k tt til.
riKEXIX BEDSTEAD FACTORY
HASON HAND A VI)
Manufacture all kinds
fro i as
Alw Tery tfiwrtiatoa ij
vi of twipi-v, sirrrx, cvjm.v smvk.
II A IS, dr. AU of abwh U )ieU aa rttepa4 ia
Ud iu lh t ty fur CaaO. W. K. tu:;JliUt's.
mar 49 , faurch fOiiwt
W. 11. COILXKLI US,
FurnliLla Funeral Undertaker,
49 Cfeiirch Mrtft,
ITHAforBiah ovary Umtf at I'aMrua, aa Brt
I far. a .'A Uk f-iro.on la l l"atndir of
gi raM ia OUtr t Mctar r .
mtvn-ly. . .
For Cairo and St. Iannis, Tues
day, April 27th.
THE reirular paienper and j " .
freiglit fteanier, SAIilF. BB?4lrjg3i.iB
RET,J..V CoRBTT,Mia.r,mdl rTjf- f".
I -are for the above and all intermediate port, on
TUIfSOAY, Annl 2Tth, at 12 o'clock, M. For
freight or passage anply on board or tn
r:4-ld " A. H AMILTON'. Agent.
For Cairo and Memphis.
THE One passenger packet,
and regular United 8t.il--.
Mail steamer. J. G. CTJVE.
C. P. Elliott, Master, will leave MONDAY,
April 2ft h. at 2 o'clock, P. M..for the above and all
intrmeiiate porta. For freight or passage rply on
board, or to . A. L. DAVIS,
W'ESTWAUD, 11 0!
H S A M.IK WEST, Corbett, Tfaster.
XI. M. ni'XYAX, sillier, 3Iater.
ILLINOIS TEMRAL IIAIL EOAD AT CAIKO,
AND ALL CITIES ON THE LAKE SHORE,
And First Class Steamers for
Memphis and Xew Orleans,
AT ST. LOOS WITH THE
And First Class Steamers 'or Upper
Kansas, IVebraslia, Utah, .Vew
3Iexico and California.
Passelur.Tii for any of the above State, or way
points, will tin t exei Merit arc" nimo.hitions, on ae
plii'at'on to eitln-r of the above Hue pas-mrur am'
freight steamers, one of which will leave this city ol
Tuesday and Friday,
MaUiiiK elose eonni'ftion with IhiilroadF and Su-ami-rt-as
iieln ale.1 above. I'or freight or nass.ij;e ally ol
board or to
aorl-t-tf A. HAMILTON, Aitent.
aj- II. and G. copy and disrotitiniie old advertise
40,000 ACUKS OF LAND
uR ile 40.000 Aeres of fine I-and in Texas. Titles
iH-rfert. Will be Fold in a bo. i v. or in trai ts o!
I'40 acres or in league il'. S ai res) snrvevs. Persons
wislnni.' to make a i;ood investment would en well t
fall and examine the plots and I lies. Will be hold f"i
cash, nejrroe i.r real e.-t.ite near Nashville.
Kiotuire of 11. II. lUv.k & Co., or ol A. V. P. I.iis
.CINCINNATI DISTI LLi:i!Y.
S. N. PIKE,
No. IS ami SO Sj'caiuorc trt,
C IMISSATI, OHIO,
SOI.K MAXl'KAfTl'KKK -K THE CKI.KPHATF.D
ALL KINDS OF DOH.STir V. (IHS,
folo'mi ani lurc Spirits,
AIX ()IIO:, of all sir ntlis,
And constantly a large siii;dy of cd I and choice
Iloarlion, live ami .llononsshda WLisKy.
Sa".r.s 11. Mullh's
X Vt. Louis, .Mc
JnMns IT. Smith's N
CE L KB AT V. I)
rrHE t'n-er-.'r'',''d. 'd pro-r!' . rs i f the ab ive
J h. ! Whisky, Woui 1 r--,M-tiul!y rulhUi
tueir fra-ii'i auJ C'.st--?uei a ,ii;si the ii-.ioeriH.ft mi
tCiti : of th'-e w.-S kiio n ! ; S.
'the iiu mm s a, 1.4 U; i iii:.:M) a rief-irio. ci m
peiihil. wlii-rfK wr tioaiaiiiy iim iiuiiiin, nuni.tdi'.
I ill ! inli l)j o.o.e.v. s , Ui bv II oe l,oUl ail oliaullou
li j.ii ri:M.:,s-n ni & ro.,
lio aal I.' NoilU .v e ...1 or I.
t l-tf M. Leila, Mi.
ai-x. iuik'-'Ji XLiT Hlk.b. cuthaii.
WILLIAalSO.V &. CHEATHAM,
CrandieF, Wines and Liquors,
AVO M.AIXP.S IX
Havana Ci;ar, Tobacco, .c,
VI. . Wf.Lfy.iK STKEfT,
X A t 1 V 1 L I. E, T I '.. I V. V.
'"I'MIK undernl would i:ib rm tin ir frwn.i and
1 ib ji.bKc g"i.fi;. tb-y id
Ihem.eUri liO'ier tje 9ria and W 1 i f
14IL,I.IA?I0 A CIIUATIIAM,
fir h lrt!iw-ti i wledet!i jj ir aol Wrn,
H.rtr j lv.r and V t-w Bisant. I In i in ".et-r-lun.e
I M .ei-Ji n.rthls m tJieir Mix, rlre,a arl le nt
li.rrt Kk-T i Tr jirnr, and hi (fiv.nj !t"-r at
Vki'U Ut b!ine-i, Uu J r-: Uul'y mtM X a U-j
ut tvililic liutroua.
BiarSl-tf Alaitr'Jl tllr-ATtlAw.
Efantiful Coaatry EfMilrtrt
I! 1 1 AC H A Ia
ON Thars-lay, th V-Ah dy .ll.r ri m the r
liiu"' "to aud h-l iui!v urtb-a ut Xvli
vuW, I wdl wll that be in Jul pia- ea tl Uill
b-jrb lurti(lie .'; iiiini( Ihm rr.ideM-v ut J'dm II.
Tb c- of 14 actea 4 (rtMii4 trmii
u Im a l.vo lk ttiurrb lurnptA. la imm
ot4itm'u ftixr rmarut I ti ba aad ervaaia' rtmi ih
iir Mil MrtnKt, mms, PocOr srtme,tar.
ruxn Immm. i vm bvne.Teiu;at, w MUrvty aew aad
uf lii Bi-wt deirli: H'ie.
Tao lVx cau, tm4 1 JaBarf, li. On
ba0uM- in two asial t-ita nou . r J.a.;y lrf,
lvi, aud Jaua.-y let, Uel. Seta uit i la ttanl ,
aa I Utfiof uwrvl (ra Oi-, oa4 a M rH -.
Th rtun'bo w-tl! b aa Kaa4 oa uwL AU pera
aattinc a ttrmt, knby , aaa raavctairat cwbtry i
Or-o. m ill 0 SM4aal to aMeotf.
, a, r. a. uvinjrr.
Oo4 M- mi b
ix it nan.
1 WHISKEY I
V Cincinnati J
n S.X.PIKK'S I
: 1 Series of Literal Translations
OP THE OKEEK AND LATIX CI.AS!CS TTZ :
QUTNTLLLIAirS IKSTITUTE3 OF 0SA.T0SY.
In twelve books. Literally translated, with noti-s.
Py the Tb-r. John Pelby Wat-n, il. A. 2 rots.
PLOT'S KATTJSAL mSTOET, trmnslated with
copious notes, by the lata John Rostock, M. P.,
and II. T. Riley, Fso.., B- A. 5 vol.
THE GEOGRAPHY OF STEAE0, tranrfata, with
copious notes, by V. Falconer, M. A., and H.' C.
Hamilton, Esq. In 3 vols.
STXETOXTTJS. Lives or theCasars,nl other works.
Thomson" translation revtied by T. Forester.
LEMOsTHEXE ON THE CEOWH", AND OH
T?E EMBASSY, by C Rann Kennedy.
EEEOLOTTIS, a New and Literal translation, by the
Kev. Henry Carey, M. A. of Worchestor College,
Oxford Complete in 1 vol.. with Index.
THE COMEDIES OF PLAUTUS, y H. T. Biley,
R. A. 2 vols.
JUVENAL, PEESITJS, &C, by the Tier. L- Evans,
M. A., with tlie Metrkal Version of G;ITrd.
EEJIOSTHEITES. Tie Olynthiae, ITiilippic, and
other Public orationB.w-.th notes, appeadices, etc.,
by C Runn Kennedy.
CAESAS. complete, with tlie Alexandrian, African,
and Spanish Wars, literally translated and accotn-
paiiie t by note, and a veiy copious Index.
OVID'S WOUKS. vol. 1, Fasii, TrisUa, Episdli-s, eta.
Literally translated, with copious notes.
Vol. 2, Metamorphoses, literally translated, with
v'l. 3, The Heroides, Amours, Art of Love, aud
minor works. Frontispiece
SOPHOCLES. The Oxford translation, revised.
AESCHYLUS, literally translated. Py an Oxonian.
EURIPIDES, litoraily truiuUul. From the Tevt of
liudorf. In 2 vols.
VlitGLL. By Ilavidson. New EJilion, revised. Frout-
HORACE. By Smart. New Edition, revised. Front-isul'-ce
A' ISTOTLE'S ETHICS, by ITof. R. W. Ilrowne, of
CICERO'S 0RATI0 S. By C. n Yonfre. Com
plete in 4 vols. (Vol. 4 contains alto the Utie
PINDAR. By Ihiwson V. Turner, with the Metrical
Vers, on of Moore.
HOMEVS LLIAD, lderally translated into English
I'rose. 1 vol.
HOSIER'S ODYSSEY, Hymns, an.l rtittle of the
Frous and M.ee, l.terally traiislnled into English
Pros-. 1 vol.
SALLUST. FLORUS, AND VELLEIUS PATR-
CULUS, w;th copious notes, tiwr.iphu-al in t.ees
and Index, hy the Uev. J. S. Watson, M. A.
LUCAN"S PHARSALIA, itli copi.ms notes, liy II
T.Riley. P. A.
DIO-'E'S LAERTIUS. LIVE 3 AVD OPIN
IONS OF THE ANCIENT PHILOSOPHERS.
W ill notes by C. 11. Yojiik, H. A.
ARISTOPHANES, with m .-s.:,n 1 eKt- uets from the
best Metric il Vessions, by V. J. lllekle, ill 2 vols.
JUSTIN, C03NELIUS NEPOS AND EUTR0-
PIUS. w.tli notes auda ceueral luo. x.by lue P.ev.
.1. S Watson, M. A.
TACTUS, Vol. 1 Ihe Aniiats. Vol.2. Tin-History
I.- m.ini.i, Aarico'.ii. Ae. Willi lu lev
PLAT J. Coin piete in ii vob nies. Edited, with notes,
by i;. Hurires. M. A., Ti iu. C,U. Camb. all et-u
end In 'ex t-i the f. volumes.
ATnrNAEUS. Ieipnoso hists, or tin- Psimjnet of
the I xai ned , triiiislnted by t". I. Yone, It. A..
w tfi an apiH inliv of poetieal Fi .is-uieMs ren lere !
into verse by various Anthois, and a jrem ral In
"'X. C- Ill!.;i-i- in .". v Is.
PROPERTIUS. FETF0NICS ARBITER, AND
JOHANNES SiCUNDUS, hlerali.v bansiji -,i,
a. i . io i-4 in; .imed by I i.et.i'i.l Versions. 1.1 in vuri
1'iis sauri es ; to wbxli urea Med tlielive Euslle
of A--ist.enetns. K lit -I lv W. K. Kelly.
DICT 0 NARY OF LATIN QUOTATIONS, includ.
u. p rove, lis, Maxims, n tl .es. I jw lei ins and
i'lnases: Willi a Collection of above 5iK tireek
E0II.VS L12B.1KV CF I'HLfiI .UDIOIKS.
MEM0I S OF PHIIIP DE CUKMINES. eon.
t.uriiin; tins llistoriis of M, au.l t'liurk-s
III., Kins;- of Fr.iii. e, an I of rh:irio the H-kt,
IMikeof liiiiitiidy. To huh is added , The t. aii-
dllloi s I'hrollieleS. Ill 2 Vol-ln f'm-trtlits,
MEMOIRS OF THE DUKE OF SULLY, t r ine
Jim. si. -r b Henry liie,:e;,i. With n-tes, ami an
Hi.-ti'i .1! ImrNlw'l,oii bv siiii W.M ikii Sun; In
4 ols. With licner.a in li . Portrait.
Su1iii"a Philosophical library
KANTS CRITIQUE OF PUEE REASON, ti aim
lal.-d by J. M. MciU-john. 1 .,.
Holm's Antiquarian Kiln ary.
HAND-BOOK OF PROVERBS. . nipn-inu an
lit. re l epilbliealioli n i v s ''! I KiTI 01 EU
llsii l'liox .i;iw," it .th addition fit. in lore.u Ian
p-ae-s. 1 v.d.
CHROmCLES OF THE T05IE. A 'oMi;.ni o
E1I..11 u, piei e le l by an l.sy on 1 .pita; lis and
oilier Jtoniiiueiit.il Iiimtii lions, iih Im-ih-ntal
ibserv.itioio. 011 Sopuli hral A lib put - .-. 1 d.
'. sai.i: P,V
Y. T. Itl.KIXV A. '., I' 11 M Ic Square.
" " F . II A G A N , "
I?o. 39, MarVet Street
n as 1 1 v 1 1, 1. 1:, t s: . 1: ssi: i:,
1101 lis a 1 k ami i;-r.ni m. hi:h iv
.llrJira!, .llisrcll.iiinins .S.-'.ool Koo!.$,
IftltT, Caj, rs, 1" rapping
.mil o(h-r lip-r;
nu a jin..r Asv--i.rrT or
lak. Slates, Pencils and Stationery per.erally.
'm Lrsiis rw I'nuiW) y.v. jiz.nr fur 'lay,
CollUllI t'.e he.(lit Till Mild deeply Interest , P new
t ile, jr, !'' J S irle Al S' : a ho-t of hnilumt
rif- lllil tti t I ies, of T. a el, I! -t' I V . Novel-. Taiti, In
ci eiit , I'o! t' y . im l a 1 iriie n.. 11. her of a' inn able and
:nt-rc-ti!iii ( ivruvii:tii of Al no. wli F..shio.v ir Till
s E.s ix ; t 'ii-ther with eq'iis.ie p M -ru iti 1 i t:i h- of
ml-ie-i to il e ladies: I ruv oniy ;'5 n i ls.
For .-..ie by F. H.uIAV,
apr. !-tf M.i.-'.rt sir,-. t.
tLoilry's l.arty's UtmU
IH.H '..Y,J .st lii e.Ve l and f -r eah- by
4 F. II iiiAV.
aprl'.'-if Mai net sue. t.
Graham's Magazine fcr May,
IXTITII iM-anl.ful FisliS'O PlaU-s, IkC. Also, bai k
1 f i.uiuei iroiu Jauuary.
M.tl kel lriel.
Change of Schedule.
XAMIV.LLL Au (HUTJNUIUi UULuUAD.
.:r-iH'iil,i: i.li.V T!:.!Ns-rs-:
i:tti xvav mm thi-: koavu.
0 an t afi-r THi"I'5' A V , April Vi'i, U5S, tha l"aa
wf -r 1'iaiti oiil ri:a aa beoA :
lyuf. ..'i, .::e ....y m i A. M and SC. M
An ivii'it it I iu.iin. . l -':- P. M. and I'. .SS A il
Lve t lnttJ!.r-ai In J-' A. w a;:d M
An : ii.jj ut Vj:,i at : 1') A M an 1 lo P !,f.
!--. u.ei . -r I j kwt, ri.. Vt i.iiii.f t n, N. C, caa
leavo Su.!iv:;! -in ilhrr tia:n,aa t nuke close rmt
n. l.'-os ill. .;hoi;t Via. Kn. .' -, Ti-nn , and
l.t k hb jrc, . , Memtd h-ite N!iv ,..e 0 lbs tool a-I'P-.n
1 n i!i corinectH.
l- n,-r i -r M.-iupli.. U VasUviIIw on t'i t f.
M K.i: , mil! U c-'Uuet u at lUevrt.Ma ah M. If,
Hio.- f. r M -ti-IM llle au-1 Srta w ill b-a Va.h-
vile on t it" M lr! , whi" ti Hjt.ti i ill H-. al
Tu'Ula-iiu 1U1 the t-Airi lor tic vi-nn die. T. Inn
wi.irti 1. vo Mi t'rnnviile at 1 f ot.ue.-t. ,lh tlio
tt.r trar-i friia I 'uallaji.. a a4 arrn-s al 1 sh ibe a4
ili P V
At wi.vj ther is d-ki'y c.'invton
for st ! o.i.. t-Ji inati, L.i.vi!'.e, e.;ph, V nr.
laaar , !' tib ir, Ac ,a.r aio a ua.iy cue of Maicea iur
thro TletiKs jn be prm-wr al Hi Ifc-p 4
lh trt.rr f tlir trni..., f-r M l i avtia", ll nl.- .u.
U ni; !:, Ju'vris .Aliilila. ilw.-a. M .U.' hi- ,t l-r-W-,
Si'tuB.!!, Auj.'1-.u..W iiii.iu.v n ... I kl.-,iiiJ.
i I.. IM'I .Vl,
mprf-tt. t.oteral Tv tri Areat.
Trnuesaec IlomI for Sale.
IWUXaetl lty laoHal KioJa i - tavora
ba. WWrf. N. iiil-., Pianeuu
VITItT RATE U :il, -H 1 years old, w
mmll 4',ai;ai a. mat u. it sui. u( W-r ;. mm
raided m a -al lsiii.y ia UA otntuiy, wuJ we
hi tii lar lu .' fetrar ut Ut liar t ay . C<
tvud - feaa mm mltm m a-l i4 U aay fault.
tHM WILL. U I" 'VP, Ja.
UucU i lly Mills.
Oil U KHS.
VNTonawatll FWr, P-m. N-l. e.. fre lb-
Ca? Ua. .11 !. I aa LRl'l B trX at tba Pl
t au I at W. M. Oorrt. Al 1 ".' tsarvbtnwK, Ur
l var-VM uai four VUmtw averf day.
j.t IUI MIS k CO.
A ?ll DMrtlllnc llaM fvrteala,
OTl'ATtn hi CUalVlii, a tba C !'. TnpiV
O far f.rUia, jiut.wiil i; Iy W -
Baj-t. ii. a. v. s. iD-iaxr.
Auction Sale of Groceries
Lanier, Phillips & Co
OH !lndT. .April 2Gth, IRSR, w
will sell tor Casli.iu front id our Warehouse.
cmnlete assortment of Groceries, cor.sit.tm in part
41 bh-ts. V"wS-.ifr, I0" boxe Star Canrf
2nt baps Ci.fTe: lofi hlfs. & qrs. do;
75 hliis. Sw f,dncr: 75 boxes selected W.
40 bhls. rrnshe.1 and now- Chece:
ilered Sner; JOO bhls. Whri Wbslr
45 k'l Vckerl: 15 " V. Y. Brandy; ,
lsa nk!TS. M. R. Raisins; 15 " Holland Gin;
sarks Almonds; 300 keen V.nl:
12 eases 75 dnx. Pitnled Buckets
20 h.us. Cove Oysters; SO nests T'!b:
10 l-r IVnner;' 45 boxes rnrrh;
! rlii-t Ti; isa ,OTn;
ft bx'n C.,tt,Hi Twine; 75 " lor b-'s r,n Mes
P5 coils Rone: ion m Viwn'i niackir(r,
15 ces M itches: I'lfl boxes Fl.i!;s:
Too-lhM- with uumemns o'ber i-el.Mt in mnVe up a
comol-le sale. LANH'H. ?'Ht? 1 Ti-S k Ctl..
an' 20t, Va VS Market street.
Y. P. & 1. 1. SIIRYOfK,
NO. 2 LEVEE AVD COMMERCIAL STTEET,
M Pobc-t nr,i Ur 'ie r---l,.ise nf HFXfT Tttil.
fiiMi, hope, rU)N-, ui:n ruvR, wheat, coiix.
OATS. 4e. '
"l - !Si-'I every descrintion of Country Produce on
Consignment, .,, Forward Merchandise iroiuptly l
all ooaits from -1 Imis
TT? KVfer to Usher, Whel-s Co. ; R. O Kane.
April 10 Tin.
rlMJt C. SCOTT.
SCOTT &, TIROTIIKKS,
Commission nnd I"orvarIiii:?
NO. 9 UsTl'ST STKKT.T, UKr. MAIV AM)
st. i. or 1, yio.
CS Part. e..lr alt -ntion eivon V. tbe ile of Produce
and fi'iiiie ..rd.-r of ev v 'b-senoiion. - a
P-Kf-F-'i-Mfiw: Iiti h:uiu nud' Mauku of Nashville.
Awti l.i .ininwlr.
.1. . O V S V XI
l.tTE IF HofSKMAX syiTlf.
Commission ami Forwarding
No. 9 NORTH SKCOXD STREET,
saii;t LOUIS, M0.
:nl to Ihw'v.
Cf Isdirs dli.vstV rnil rjiiMmi's Vu-ar
TAPIFj!' 'i;-ri or s-:t.-iie ' ,lf ki I fn-iffis Ihnters
J ' lt.1.1.111 e..t.'i I.u .. I ; 1 b-i i., uh ami w.ih-
l.a 'vs- :llie kid Onur.'-c n,,f,
" Ih , k s. I.. - beds.'
" " Ifll-l S.ile b.vis.
Misses- i.-isij-.j. !:,!, n 1- I i,a:t.-is.
Is i 1 pi nio lin t 7o"t-i.
(el 'ren's i-o u . 1.1 ! a-t 1 F. C'ich M.i-i-cn p.io's, thick
Hid tbih S'i.-.
'li'Mnn'i Kid n,...ts, small sizes, a en-it vn-ieiv.
Itee-eve.- by JdllV I! AM I'd'.'
iniii-chVJ If 4J Cdlee sl.-eet
1) .V C. AMd ::-'uV. Vos. 4a a:el 17 C.dl -re IWr
. hive Ills' ,. a I 1 r - le, it b -,V lot ,.f ,.,eel
le.lt I I k-T-eile.' ..!,. I... ,,.r ;,t ' 5 e . s ...r o.o. .
Call SOOtl 11 VI. II Wish tia r Ill s ;,, ;I. , I j., ,,f ..al,er,
p. .v p. avi i:iii,
Ni s. 4i and 47 i ellve vt
.latiV.'-tf a ,.. ,),,, s iv,in, u, lla,i.
f pill' pa-tll.-f-hil ller. to.ere . f llu.ler the H 1
1 and II in ..! I l.lt iu V Aim 'IT. a . i' Ived'.-n
lb- i th ui'l., hy no nI nnsi;i, t.. t ,u t-ib-ct on the
'.'lid of Keb.-.eii-v, ITis. Tl,e h n, .ss k ill be Cl.t.llil-.-.I
hx-CUIMS. AI.lt;;r;u i- ,v (,, . ; , lelpb,,.
All iH,-s.im.!eht.-,l i., fi,. 1 ,t.. ti -m, previoes to Ihe
?. ol February. IS."., wdl ole.i-i-i all llliliie.leli-lv (at
Ihe oil st.iu. I, No. l.S,..'.,r st t.an.l settle "itU
litji. P. Aim-ivr. who is i'uilv authorized to collect aud
receipt lor tlie same.
Iu i et.i in.' t r. 'tit ihe tlrm of Ci ivton k At-ie tt, I take
L'r.-iit pb'j..ii,,. ia recomiiM-ieiinK t-i tbr pall oi.aee of
mv 1 1 ten,!, M'sr. 'i iKrov. A i HiiioiiT Co.. as eiUe
im r. woi thy ol cotindence, and rolu t for tin III a con
tinuance of pn favoi.
aprU.-!l (il O. II. APlunT.
HAVIs,,mk Rn, ,-. nilOi table raiui'y resienee u
I. 'L-eli'd I rivir lie bri L.wilb l 'nt riiiL'e-boiise-and
stable tttt:i beil . ( ir the r.-ihuice ol ihe year, poa
session Kiieii tiomeuiaiely. Apply to
I Yl'VS ft CO.,
niarP'-tf 71 l,il,l M- s.,ei.re
N A 1 1 ONA LI1 iO T E L,
Forrrerlv Fiat.VIin Heme,
CLAUKSVI LKI, Ti:.X.
i:. Sl'l KKII-IC, Proprlrtnr.
IWnl'IJi mfortn tiie 1 ;a 1 linn ('.iimnnul v
and ai lol b.-is vist --a I 'la 1 k.v. lie. that I have
pnrcli. sed lli. Hole,, alol lane I lemuii! Ihe ji "t
liallie, us l 11 j be seen I, le c, i,, lull li.l lo liaiiode!
It elil!ie!y 1I1 11 nit the e-i.l jr. ar, an I .sliall uae Vet r
eelll.ili to loenl ll,e p.,llolis-e .J all ho Ul b
pleased lo rail on me.
upi 1--1.V E. SI I KPIHI.
K I". U V 1LT,
111'FrUMIhlIFl) and C) F. J),
IK TIII i:u, IriJU.
1TEAN, STIEMAI. & CO., Prcpriftors,
t.. A. PVA IT.
, iki i e
hit IsVlli.F, kV.
CltAPl.HiV . VI M Al F,
-tie ..!!. tl.'c H. ltl.
Corner Frit nd Broadway,
C I . C I . . A T I, OHIO.
aprl.v in PltATT i; 1IHCAIF" Pronrieb-rs.
I,!', A I Ki: KINS'
woiK i:sti:ksiki: saite,
IT.ti.VOlM LI 1 LV
or a rm:i l' A
ile.' fid CmtUman
AT MAI 11A-S
TO HIS I'.P.OIIJFR,
Wowrsn a, i'aT , 'fft
" Tell 1FA A l IP-PIV.-
s CF is li'rlily es-b-etiw-d
tn India. an.l
a, 111 niy opiuM 11,
the not a;lalablr,
as well aa tlie iimwI
w boes..me Fare
that is made."
ONN tdssn i;st
TO LE Tlir
Ooly Gcod Eauct.
a r arriii aw to
The oflv M-1at ri
tmk IViiV i-ou lor In
oy the Jury of the New
ell -aiiee.. wh. i-blair-ed br
I ft ft PI-f.PIN--. for their Wi ilnF -TIPSHIP.F At ( K,
the world wi b- fi lm- ol trluch hatli ll to unu.rroua
iniUit.oiiS, pun b .s- r arc en-10-ilv rrti-elel to se
tbul Ibe ran f -IU ft PIPPINS" ar hn pressed
11 ton tlie llottii- and .-toi ft r, and pru-Uit upon the la
Nde Wholesale Acel ' for Ibe I prtt "tales,
JOHN SCXCAK OSS.
. 40S !roaidiy, !. V.
A si' o k slwav m More. Alee, onlers received for
direct d-i Miti-I iri.m tnlatij. niayt liwp
Shelton's .Marble Works!
( In. nh tuu t, u. At I'oor t i O.i m la 's Cab. net shop,
MIF. ni' ler. cnea rt.l! u f. rni his friend Atf
1 aad tl.e pi b 1 eei.eti! tlu.t br will Con- s,'
lioueUi M Al l 1.1. I I sJN 1 sS 111 this civ. at V
ht slo p, fenl il-r 1-. Crtielu ' Ciibmet- 0 T
shop, on Church .-Uet, and cat.k at-Lllon to
U t. k 4 Aflj
tarbr. Ttonniutult, Tomba, etc.,
tn h he has 011 rrh:b tion aud for aala, eli.bracui
rrrat var.-t v . fn bed in the- m.t uper n.auner.
He r".n1 to munolaclure en tlie atiertesl ri.
tlirhlr lamrl u'l evry te-ripts
riarblr VrL, tha Oiu-at Auornaa nd liU
u Ui !-. li work w.ll. aa b-jratoiora, tss war
rwut t . aud ha. IK es to suit tl limea.
X. U t-HELTtiX.
ry nfr FUrTW.rk'S V 1 u nn IToortrf,
I tJt)JJ j s
.r,eLa aaii l, r sale br
P. I I'UTklT
HADAME LA ROSE,
f I'M!!", whl n-a-.wiird liis-trcaj., abd Coiblesa of th
1 l"i.i-1 re4.:. U. r-it-rd the ruy. Fhe ran be "
a a at - 1 '"''. M"t tw Fellows'
iUJ- Sltr . in i--rilM-ad tl.are which attlst t
baur. la m trefcle h.ilh B- irts-tnariy rts-
u.-u-d totaii lb.M:tMuM. mu l-txy t-i "e
tewlHl .1 rn tU bae f clot suej rue 111 rwi
j yunr lue , a if I Klf bae,ea ij jroar tulura
ruua. 4eK ri-a It irua aad -"'"-. i"a brui
tuc Mnatxal .fr',l..f ; and an t"w 'S mfru
r.eto. h t'ilbl her wuli ei.ln satwlai tion
ldaw a.tm.tiel fn-oi A M ui.ul 1 P. M .'Htlei.a
from t P. m bald P. M, lf4 eouaaltaU., .
so MUiKons VA.Ti:n.
1IT K w.n - .. h'.T t ab l-ra fc Flily .oud
;U'N'"r'- IL H HAVM.N.CU.,
... 1,. fc41 , ,i'l MF. mune.tilerT.
ri. .. ,, 11 . wis : ol
I VI! ticlw Ux b .'Uesi I odder for ca-h. FmUr
U.m t kM ,U rlr-o.al prt-r- xUtUAg t
IMSuaa " ' , C....K V..h. ila.
r.ile.. f inrij , ,..-a w ha
Atao: is. IWa aad ' '?!.T?1V7Z .VL-Tl
4xwm4. w Ul m recwa I'w wm
,TVl-rMU't W VfUiJU J. HllUnoS.AUtmT.
ON awxt aa4 for a r U fl. WUW