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JOHN L. HAULING & CO.
EDTTona and rKorRrrrons.
' ' ' FOR GOVERNOR,
Andrew .Toh nson 9
AUTHOR OP THE H0SESTE1D.
. "Isel ml on tiiti ground, which I support to leself
evilent, iluil the earth belongs, iii usufruct, to the liv
ing." TnoitAS Jeffersos.
JlTo afford evert American citizen of enferprfe the
opportunity of securing an independent freeJiold, it
seems to me best to aJm.ndon tlie idea, o f raising a fu-
ture revenue out of the public lands." Asukbvt
SAMUEL P. ALL IS OX, of Davidson.
" TUESDAV MOItMNfi, MAY SI-1853.
. "THE IMMORTAL THIRTEEN."
Tlie True Whig exhibits rather more than its
usual discretion, when, in talking of "the immortal
' 'thirteen," ifpeciQes "the thirteen of!8 1 1." There
. lias been a subsequent "immortal thirteen," whose
'decision of the "important question," "What ought
to be done with the Bank of Tennessee," rendered
them quite as "immortal" as any of their predeces
sors had an opportunity of becoming. The two
might bo confounded, without the 'articular de
scription of the Whig. A random shot at an im
mortal thirteen, witliojtthe specification "of 1811
2," would be quite as apt to hit tlie whig candidate
for Congress in this district as the democratic can
didate for Governor.
The thirteen democratic Senators who failed to
act upon. Gov. Jokes' nominations for bank direc
tors had a defence for their couduct which the whig
thirteen of 1849-00 did not have. The democrats
did not violate a plain statute of the State. The
whigs did. This being tlie case, a decent silence
would best befit whig editors. When they con
demn in a democratic Senate what they defend and
justify in a whig Senate, they must defend them
selves against tho charge of hypocrisy. If the True
Whig wishes to assail the conduct of Jonssos and
defend that ot Zollicoffer, it must first establish
tho position that what is wrong in a democrat is
rigbtin a whig. The True Whig a just the paper to
try to do tills.
We are not of those who contend that two wrongs
make one right "We would defend no act of Mr.
Johnson's by pleading precedent or subsequent
whig action. We have found whig politicians too
often wrong to set them or their course up as mod
els for democratic imitation. Still, we may, and
we do, deny the light of a whig editor to condemn
in a democrat what he justifies in a whig. We
have no objection to a discussion of the course of
the "immortal thirteen" of 1841; but we shall insist
that the same rule which applies to them shall also
govern in the case of the "immortal thirteen" of
1849. We are certain that we can make out a
much better case for the former than the 117iean
for-the latter. Is it anxious for a trial ?
l WHIG EXCUSES.
-'The True Whig complained that Mr. Jonxsox
was a member of the Legislature of 1341-2, which
saildled Mai. Hexry's district with a larse democrat- t
ic majority, and inferred that this justified Major
Hiskt's bill of 1S51-2.
We replied that Mr. Jorrxsox voted against the
bill of 1811-2, and offered a substitute which made
Maj. Hkshy's district whig.
' And how does the Whig behave when thus corn
ered? Does it apologize for its bluudei? Oh, no.
It says lhatMr. Jouxsox's vote against the bill which
made Hexky's district democratic, aud his proposi
tion to make it & whig district
"is no proof, certainly, of any such absurd sup
position, as that he was actuated by a tender regard
for Major Ileury's political advancement, hoso
district was saddled, by the bill which actually pars
ed, with a democratic majority of about a thousand
votes. -Besides. Mr. Johnson's bill only proposed
a temporary arrangement, to be in existence until
thc4th of March 1S44 for which no sutbrient roa
fcon could be given."
Excellent logic! Wo are reminded, by it, of Gov.
.Toxes' story of the excuse of the man caughtin the
act of stealing his neighbor's hogs. " I've caught
you at last, " exclaimed the owner of the hogs, as
he saw his neighbor deliberately shoot one of them
and make preparations for carrying him home.
" Caught h-11, " was the ready answer. " I'll kill
all your d d bitiug hogs, if they come booing
round mel "
Bating its profanity and that is Gov. Juxis's,
not ours we submit if the illustration is not a
37" The True Whig, in examining our exhibit
of Col. Jouxsox's Congiessional apportionment bill,
offered in 1S42, estimates tho whig majority in the
Memphis district at 50 instead of 9.1. The True
Whig omits the vote of Lauderdale, because it linds
no separate returns from that county in the vote of
1841. Lauderdale did not vote separately in 1841,
but it has since that time under the apportionment
bill of 1842. It was to vote separately under the 1
bill offered by CoL Jonxsox. We therefore estima
ted its vote, aud not finding that vote in the returns j
of 1841, wo naturally referred to the vote in the j
last Gubernatorial election. We make this expla- I
nation for the especial edification of the editor of
tho True Whig. Nobody else would need an
uzplan&tton upon a point so evident.
If we chose to follow tlie example set us by our
far-sighted neighbor, we could make Col. .Tohnso.x's
bill exhibit seven whig districts, and onlyoir de
mocratic ones. The omission of the vote of Lau
derdale in tlie 11th district still leaves that district
whig; as also does the omission of the vote of Van
liuren, DcKalb and Macon, in tho -1th district, leave
that district whig. In the olh district, the omission
of the vote of Cannon and Coflee, as cast in 1S31,
would reduce the democratic majority nearly a
thousand votes. In the 10th district, the omission
of tho vote of Humphreys aud Benton, in ISol,.
would change the complexion of that district from
democratic to whig, with a whig majority of 173.
The districts in Col. Johnson's bill would thus stand
seven whig to four democratic 1 So our sapient
neighbor will see that his hyicrcritical spirit has led
him to " put his foot into it " one time at least We
advie him hereafter to refrain from criticising, our
figures until he has studied them thoroughly. '. He
will by so doing eave himself the mortification of
many a blunder, as worarely, if ever, fall into errors
when handling figures.
tSfCoL D. W. Balllvc has withdrawn from the
canvass for the Senate in the McMinn, fcc., Sena
torial district, and Gen. Rlacax is announced as a
candidate;. J. G. Stuakt, Esq., was already a can
didate. We do uot wish to interfere improperly
in tlie coutcsta in that district; yet we cannot for
bear the remark, that, if it were practicable, it
would afTord the democracy of the State great sat
isfaction to hear that this latter contest had been
Sale or Lois ix Tcllahoma. Wc again call
attention to the sale of lots in Tullahoma. The ad i
vantages of the location are so well described in the ;
advertisement that we need not repeat them. We 1
know of no place in the State where those seeking j
healthy ss well as pleasant residences are likely to I
be so well suited as it Tullahoma.
2" In the Circuit Court, at Jlorristown, N. J.
Scsak E. Coil Iuw recoverea a verdict against
Epestcs Wallace of $700 damages, for broach ol
promise of marriage
Model Ckiiicis-v. The Daily Orleuianf in no
ticing that charming ladj', Sucev BAnnu'sj dancing,
pays "she handles her legs with consummate ease
TO MESSRS. REID, SMITH AND BAKER OF DAVID-'
RON ..COUNT? tf 4
Gnrruaihr As candidates for seats at the ap
proaching Session of the Legislature 'of Tennessee, t
aroyou, brare you not,- in favor of the passage of a t
Law, to be submitted to the people of the State,
prohibiting the traffic in ardent spirits, except for
Medicinal or Chemical 'purpo?es?"riease answer
through thegamd medium in which we addreuyou.
May 23, 1S53.
Y. S. Lanxdos,
G. S. Ncwsdw, . '
J. B. McFrnunf,
E. Y. U..CAKSET,
VVJI. W. LYI.E3,
A. P. M"cI'i:m:iK,
3$. II. Rarsihi,
J. M." llnxnn,
IV. Y. IIkxkle,
J. C. Ross,
A. L. P.
E. W. Coleman,
G: Y". PirrwAT,
II R. SfASLET,
-Jj. Y. FuKKVIAN',
Joiik 117 Myers,
TERRIHLH SHIPWRECK AND L033 OF TWO HUN
M'reelofUt Sli'j) WiUUivutml JIiiry,qf JijUwvrf,from
lArerpiUto Mvr OrUanr, and Los of ull Her I'amn
4jer. We have the melancholy duty of recording the
sudden death of about two hundred people an ad
dition to the list of dreadful casualties by railroads
aud other means that have lately proved so disas-
Tlie present calamity occurred at sea, on board
the ship William and Mary (of Baltimore,) Cant
, X r- , . it
otinson, on ner passage iivui iitverpooi 10 wcw
Orleans, with 20S passengers and a cargo of railroad
The following is Capt. Stixsox's report of the dis
aster j "At 7 a. m., May 3, strong breezes from the south
! oast and cloudy, passed the Hole in the Wall. At
, 12 m., Stirrup Key bore south, ten miles distant, af
i ti'r which the weather became thicker and wind
I increased, with a heavy sea. At sunset saw noth
ing of the Keys, supposed we were well to the
I northward; after steering west by north from 12 jr.
i At 8 p. m., judginz ourselves to the northward and
' westward of Great Isaacs, kept the ship west by
south, and commenced heaving the lead; at 8 found
, no bottom in twenty fathoms; at 8 15 the same; at
i 8 30 struck on a sunken rock, and hung about mid
ships, with ten tatbom3 all around. Alter pounuin;
heavily about fifteen minutes, she wentoiTandstruck
ou anotlier rock, withmalew rodsot the lirst, wnen
she pounded a few times aud, went off. We then
let go the anchors, and commenced getting out the ,
boats the passengers at the pumps, but could not ,
keep her free. At 12 midnight, found four feet wa
ter in the hold; 4 a. m., weather black and squally, j
with a heavy sea, eight feet water in the hold, j
both pumps going; 7 a. m., ten feet water, and the i
ship Khig down; mates and crew in the boats, to
gether with as many passengers as could be stowed
in the longboat and life boat, tlie other two boats
having been stove after launching. At 8 a. m. left
her, -and in a few miuutes she went down; the !
Great Isaacs bearing east by southeast, seven miles
After leaving the ship some hours, saw a bark
apparently bound to Europe, hove too in the direc
tion of the long boat and life boat, and supposed the
was engaged in picking them up.
The W. and M., left Liverpool with 20S passen
gers, including the cook and steward, tchoitearlgall
went down i the vessel, together with two of tlie sea
men and the sltip's steward. Xames unknown.
FURTHER MEXICAN NEWS.
Scnor Castillo Lanzas has been appointed Minis
ter to London, and Scnor Larrainzar, at present
Minister to Washington, it is said, will be sent to
Don Joaquin Van-uez lm been appointed Min
ister of Fomento, thus completing the Cabinet.
A project is on foot to form the revenues, and es- j
tablish a bank for their collection and disburse- I
inent, but it does not obtain much favor. It is
said to be a stock jobbing operation. i
The Government has dissolved the tariff board
that was apjiointed by Lumbardina to arrange that
important matter, but has not given any indication j
of the policy it intends to pursue. 1
Gen. Arista was escorted to Vera Cms by a com-
pany of eighty dragoons, sent to him for that pti.
poe by the Government. The papers do not say
if this wa at hts own request or not. '
A nt ot two columns is published, of names or
officers who gave parole on the surrender of the ci
t' to Gen. Scott It is said they are to be sub
jected to the penalty oflhe law. What that U, H
not stated. Several of the oflieers have publi jhi d a
card denying that they were false to their country,
and stating that before tho Inspector General of
the American forces, they swore to make war up
on them whenever the- could do so, and fur that
reason they were subjected to persecution, aud
several put under arrest
A new play has been introduced in the Teatro
de Orient, entitled "Tlie Yankees in the Valley of
Mexico," a drama in five acts.
Gen. Santa Anna was to have been present at
the lirst performance, but could not alien;! in con
sequence of a press of business. Tim Mumtcr of
War went in his stead. It was riv-uvJh with un
bounded applause. Gen. Seott appears in tha
It is said that the foreign legation of Mexico
have received no pay for nine montiiA Senor Ca
bcllos gave orders on the vu4om iioil'e of Vera
Cruz for the payment of two-third of tlie dues, but
they were not obeyed.
The corps of "Grenadiers of the Guard" if re-established.
The law of the army of JM7 is aio re
established. Senor Franconis, who had been sent to Sonora
by the late Government, had retiirmni in t!? capi
tal from Guadlajara, a3iio means had been provided
for his journey from that place.
Advices from Chiapas state that the invaders of
that Stale had been defeated, .v'd had tied to Tehu
antepec Gen. Malando had lesigaed, but his ie
signaliou was not accepted.
News of the resolution of the Lft'is'ature of Ta-
maulipas, calling upon the five Northern Slates to
form .1 coalition, ha J been received 111 the capital.
itie uovcrninent organ says: "Jt would seem
that the people of Taniaulipas are not aware of the
arrival of Santa Anna, aud late event"." Xew Or
Hailhoaii Dai.;ls. Tlie Xew York Tribune, of
the 11th inst, says:
The late accident on the Camden and Aniboy
railroad will cost that company some twenty or
thirty thousand dollars in damages, and that now
engrossing the public mind will in a iike manner
put the New Haven company to an expense of from
one to two hundred thousand dollars. It is to be j
hoped that all who arc injured by railroad acci
dcuts will in fiituie prosecute the companies for,
damages, and the way to directors' consciences be
ing through their pocket, reform may bo eventu
Suuvey or 1 he I'.xcino Ilailkoau. A Vahing
ton letter in the Baltimore Sun says:
Yhile the government is making such vigorous
preparations for the survey of several routes for a
railroad from the Mississippi to tlie Pacific, a private ,
company form id in Texas and iVew York, are ma
king arrangements lor a rival route through Texas
and the Bay of Matagordo to El 1'aso, and thence '
by the most practical route to San lliego. Gen.
O. Clark, or Xew York, hasahcadj- gone to Texas 1
to complete the arrangements for tho survey of this I
route. It is stated in a Texas newspaper that oth- 1
ers of the Xew York company, including Gen. Mc- 1
Alpin and Mr. Chatfield are expected there. It is '
said that Mr. Robert J. V'alker is engaged in the
enterprize. The Legislature of Texas, at their late
session, made very liberal grants of lauds, and also
of money in aid oi the construction of thedill'erent
branches of the road within the limits of Texas.
Raci.vo in- Kentucky. A gentleman writes us
from Louisville as follows: (
"Since my arrival in Louisville, I learn that there
are .-.bout filly promising young horses iu training ,
at Lexington. With these aud the lew already on i
the Oakland Course, fine sport is anticipated at the
spring meeting. I learn, also, from his present
owner. Mr. W.T.CnEATiiAU, ofXa-hville, that Ten
nessee's great favorite, Compromise, will be here
soon. This willcivc additional interest tothesnort. !
However successful he mav have been heretofore
iiv 11 ijuu uiuL jveiiL-ucKV is iiul lu ue iri"iiiinin
Irom tlie turf. I seldom hazard; if I did, I should
go my pue on Umproi,iise:
Xcxcupative Wills. Among the decisions of
tho court of appeals, reported in the Xew York
Evening Post, is an interesting case of the captain
of a vessel, who, having been suddenly attacked bv
cholera, orally declared his wishes in reference to
tlie disposition of his estate in the presence of wit
nesses. Tfiese oral declarations were admitted to
probata by the Surrogate, and his decision had been
sustained by the Court of Anpcala,
F. K. ZoLucorrEK-and Sam. P. Allisox, candi
dates for Congress, will address the citizens of Dick
son, Montgomery and Robertson countiesjtt the
following times and places:
Palmyra, Wednesday, :.
"New York, Thursday. . '.r.
Jot dan's Spring, Friday
biry'-s Mill, Saturday...
I Cloiksville, Monday
Port Royal, Tuesday
( ROBERTSON eOUNTV.
j Tnrnersville, Wednesday.,....,
I Bradley's Store, Thursday
1 Ban eii Plains, Friday I.:
Cross Plains. Saturday..
i Ell H Wiley's, Wednesday..;
Sbel ton's Store, Thursday
I Miller' Store, Friday
j W B Ross, Saturday
j Charlotte, Monday
i STEWART COUNTF.
' Byron Forge, Thursday
homers blore, r riuay
Macidotiia Meeting House, Saturday
Tobacco Port, Thursday
Bagwell s Store. Friday
Indian Mound, Saturday
Dover, Monday '.
APPOINTMENTS FOR GOVERNOR.
Hox. Aniiiiew Jonxsos and Maj. G. A. HExar, will ad
dress the people of the different counties at the following
times and places:
.'.'.'.'..V..'".'.'.".'."." " 4
I jfcMmnville, Thursday, .. .
I Winchester, Saturday,....
I Shelbyville, Monday, . . . .
; .. io
... " ii
.. " 14
.. " 1"
.. " 10"
.'. " If
.'. " 20
, i 25
.. ' 80
Jackson, Wednesday ,
Memphis, Monday, (at night)..
Trenton, Thuiday, ,
Huntingdon, Friday, '
Uallatin, Saturday, ,
THE TURF. UNION COURSE, L. I. TROTTING.
"Wednesday, May 11. Purse and stake $550,
mile heats, best three in five, to wagons, wagon and
driver to weigh 305 lbs.
W. Whelan named b. g. True
John, - received forfeit.
W. G. Abrahams named b. g. 0'-
Blcnis, ----- paid forfeit
S. Hoagland named b. m. Lady
Relief, ... - - paid forfeit. '
The reasons assigned for the forfeiture in the ab ivc
race were, that O'lilenis was lame aud unable to
start, nnil Lad v Relief could not iro because her
' "i:i.i.:;:..r.r t..i... ?..
ous. O'BIenis may possibly bo lame; but the geu
cral impression is, that his owner does not wish to
trot him before the first of Juue, on which day he
contends for the purse and stake, of $4,000, three
mile heats, to 250 lb wagons. He is already the
favorite against the field, aud his owner intends, if
possible, to bring him to the pole in first-rate order.
It is certainly a prize worth trying for.
Same Dav. Purse $50, mile heats, best three in
five, in harness.
S. Hoagland entered g. m. Lady Blanch, 12 11
D. Pfifer entered ch. h. Beppo, - - 2 1 2 2
Time, 2:4G 2:41 2:43 2:43.
The betting was brisk in the above contest, Bep
po being the favorite at 100 to 40. The friends of
the old mare stuck to her nobly, and were well re-
paid, too, lor their contidence. bhe is a most re- '
liable creature always doing her best from the I
start to the end of the race; and it takes a fast one j
to beat her at any distance. There is some talk of '
getting up a handicap race between her and Lady I
Sulfolk, which if carried out, will draw an immense I
crowd to witness tlie affair. I
First Heat. Lady Blanch won the inside, took
tlie lead at the start, and wenttothcquarterpolein
fotty seconds, Beppo having broken up on tlie turn.
He could not gain an inch on the mare down the
back stretch, nor arouud the lower turn, Blanch
passing the half in 1:19. Hoagland took her up on
. tlie lioinestretcii, anu won DV ontya lengllt 111
j Second Ileal. 13eppo still the favorite at 100 to
00 his last race, wherein he made a heat in 2:.'18,
being fiesh in the minds of his backes, which led
ihi'in on to the posting of their piles so much iu :
his favor. Beppo had a little advaufige in the start, I
and he took the inside on going around the turn,
rather too abruptly, it was supposed, by the judges;
but they let it pass. He led to the quarter pole an
open length in forty seconds, aud to the half in
1:1811. On the lower turn Blanch challenged him,
and they swung on the homestretch side and side.
The struggle to the score was tierce. The mare
broke aji within twenty yard of the score and lost
the bat bv half a leneth. Time. 2:11.
Third HmLlW to 40 on Beppo. He led round j
the turn, but broke up near the quarter pole,
lilaueii it en went in front, and passed that poiut in
forty-one seconds, .he was a length clear at the
half in 1:20. Bepjio caught her ou the lower turn, 1
and they came hoie yoked the mare winning the '
heat by a tlirast-ktclu Time 2. IX j
Fourtt'i t. The backers of Beppo ratlirr more
quiet than between the previous heats. Blanch
agnin had the inside if tlie track, and she led to ihe '
quarter a length in lorty-one wiiomK On the
back stretch, Beppo went up and tried to pass her 1
on the inside, but she shook him off, and passed the
half in 1:21. Beppo went up to her again, and
stuck to her closely around the turn and up the
homestretch to the score, both drivers straining
every nerve to urge their horses forward. The j
mare won by a neck and shoulders in 2:4:1, coufirm- ;
ing the uuiversal opinion of all the Abdallah stock, i
that the farther thev go, the harder they are to I
beat. "Blood will tell !"
The $1,000 match advertised for Friday, between
Sorrel Billy and Indiana Maid, did not take place,
the former paying forfeit.
OVll HOOK AND JOII OFFICE.
Tlie consolidation of tlie I'nion and American ptiating
olliccs ives tlicnew establishment incomparably tlie most
extensive aud best as-orled liook aud job printins; otlice in
lite Southwest, Tlie Union office has, for many years, done
its full share of the job printing of the city, and to the satis
faction of its numerous customers, while the material of
the JriwioHirff, nivriy new, and far more extensive
than those of any other esti-blisluneit in the city, have given
it a wide popularity in this line of business. The eutiie ma
terials of both establishments ate now united iu one build
ing, and compose, as wc have said, the mot extensive aud
best assorted printing office in the South-west. We have
two power presses one oflloe's and one of Adams's, which
will Jmrllv Iw i.r.,,.,.11,.,1 In- ,l,m. with r-ird. iob. hand, and
standing presses of every variety. We have more than six
hundred varieties ofjob type, comprising almost everystyle
and size, aud much of it entirely new. We shall keep 011 I
hand a large stock of paper, cards, inks, Ac Ourollierf will I
be under the direction or the most experienced workmen, '
and we are prejiared to execute every variety of work in
the best style aud on the most reasonable terms.
We call the public attention to our large establishment,
with confidence that we have unparalleled facilities for the
execution of all varieties of woik with despatch and in the
As heretofore announced, the late publishers of the Amei
ican will settle up the business of that office to the 15th of
May. All subscription, job printing, and advertising ac
counts to that date, due to the American Office, will be paid
to Eastman .t Torbett.and letters enclosing remittances for
such accounts should be addressed lo them, to prevent con
fusion. Wc trust that all those who are indebted lo us will
respond to this notice by a prompt remittance of their dues.
Any overpayments will be credited ou the new books. Wc
will receive payments for the Weekly American at the late
of $2 50 per anuum from tho.-w who remit by mail. But
we shall make out accounts within a short time against all
who do not remit by mail and place them in the hands of
agents for collection, charging, in all such cases, fit per an
num, to cover the cost of collecting. This rule will be in
AH advertising and subscription dues to the Nashville
Union, to the 15lh of May, 1853, aie payable to the under
signed exclusively, to whom remittances of such dues
should be addressed, and who are alone responsible for the
liabilities of the office to said date. The accounts of the
lirm of Chcrcu A Mahliso will shortly be made out for col-
lection. In the meantime, all tnose indebted to it lor adver
tising (except yearly advertising) or subscriptions are ear
nestly urged to make speedy payments All back dues for
subscription may be remitted br mail at our risk, at the ad
vanced rates of the Weekly Union, $2 SO, All overpay.
mcnLs will be credited on the books orihe new firm. If ac
counts are placed in the hands of agents for collection, $3 00
per annum for the weekly paper will bo invariably charged.
May IS, 1853. CHURCH A MARLING,
jF i Nashville, May 21. i
'Cotton A small sale toofcpluceyesteiday at 7aSf. Ac-'
, counts from NeOrlcanajdatedSaturday,represcntllheniar;
ket aa unusually iull. Middling Cotton was quo'ed atVa
'Increase in receipt's, at' all.the isoiS; according to the
". 0. l'rite Current. fi.-.8.f0d bales.
"Tobacco Sales 'duniig'the'last two days or Small tola alrThis successful remedy was the results many years' study,
prices rang ng from 3 .-jo to S 40. One hhd the crop of Ed- in n'.iicU the s mptoms, were narrowly observed, and thus
niuuu lsrcmer, ol Kobertsou county, urcugM jr 00 per 100 1 ucscniu uy im immr rai.
lbs: Mr. Brenur obtained tha highest price last year, $i 10, I "Spxjtomiof a I'iuisrJ Liter. Vila intleright side,
for his tobacco.
Nothingnow in Groceries.
New Obleans, May 14 Wb have nociiinge of any mo
ment to notice in thpgCiieril market since our List leview.
The receipts of Produce hae continued moderate and busi
ness on a limited scale, without any material fluctuation in
prices, the principal variation being in our leading staple,
which, under the iutlueuce of unfavorable foreign news, ex
bibiteda fiirtherdecluieduringthe early part of the week
oi ;i cent, oukuas raiuej aiuee we itcuiui ci me wain
briu s accounts.
Cotiox. We staied in our last report that the roai ket had
exhibited more aninutiou on Tuesday, which wa-5 partly at
tributed to factors meeting the demand lively at the previ
ous l eduction, but on idntsday the demand subsided and
the sales were tonhned toiyiXt bales, williMit any material
change in prices, although there was rather less otlering at
inside figmes. On Thursday, as the inurnirg jiapers con
tained telegraphic despatches announcing the amtal oflhe
Hermannat New York with three dajs Uler intelligence
from Liver ool, reporling a quiet cotton mai Vet with sales'
of barely lti,lK.0 bales, including liKKJ forcjKrt and ti N
to speculators, at prices in favor of buyers, and quoting Or
leans at G'id. for Fair, and ,Hjd. for Middling, ihe market
opened Willi iucreasedheaviuess,aiid the sales of the morn
ing, which embraced about 2000 bales, weient still easier
rates; but, towards noon, further despatches were "received,
reporting the arrival of the Cambria at Halifax, with ad
vices to the close of the week, the tenor of which was more
favorable. By these it appears that, owing partly to an as
certained reduction in the stock, during the precediug fort
night, of 0OUU bales, a better feeling had prevailed aflcr
the departure of the Hermann, aud, while thesalesamount
ed to sr.,000 bales, making an aggregate for the week of
42,000, Orleans was quotedat Okd. for Fair, aud 5d. for
Middling, which correspond with the telegraphic quotutions
of the accounts by the Asia, but are i,d. higher for Fair
than the actual figures, as noted in some of the circulais to
band yesterday. The effect of this intelligence on our mar
ket was to make factors more stringent iu their pretensions,
aud to bring forward bmers who were prepared to ghe
rather fuller prices, the sales during the latter jnt of the
day comprising about 2(w bales at perhaps fa. 'mole than
they wouldhave commani'cd befoie. There was no mate
rial cliauge yesterday, but pi ices were more regular, and
parties on both sides evinced a greater disposition , to go on
at Wednesday's tigiues. Hence the sales weieio an in
creased citent,nud amounUid to TO"1 bales, making an ag
gregate for the three days of 14,000 boles, aud a total for l.e
week of 'ii,500 bales.
The receipts at this ort since 1st September, (exclusive
of the arrivals from Mobile, Florida nud Texas) are l,K4,332
bale, against 1,:31P,2S.) b.Jes to same date last year; and
the increase iu the receipts at all the porN, up to the latest
dates, as compared with list year, is S62JS0 Tales. Iu the
exports from the United btatcs to foreign countries, as com
pared with the same dates last ear, theie is an incieascof
S5,17'J bales to Great Briiaiu, b01'. to other foreign ports,
and to Fiance a decrease of 404 bales.
NEW ORLEANS CLASS1FCATION,
(ASiIMILATINT.ro THAT Of LlVtUPOOL.)
Inferior : (At Gi 7
Ordinary to Good Ordinary 7? j$
Low Middling SJJ y
Middling-. W (.5
Good Middling lof 10;:.'
Middling Fair 11 Un
Good Fair :
Good aud Fiuc r. ..: .-.
STATKMKNT OF COTTON.
Stock ou hand 1st September, 1S32. Bales
i Arrneupasi uirce,uay,
Exported past three days
Stock on hand and on ship beard, Bales 1 "jl J3
Scgac We staled in our last review that Commou bemir
scarce and in request had commanded fuller prices, but Fair J
and Prime were unchanged, since which the former has ful- j
ly maintained its lusition. while the latter, embracing in
tact ail descriptions above Common, has been neglected and
kold at easier iinces. We slightly modify our quotations
The sales comprise "JO" hhds; uiaknig an ag
i week of looohhds. Arrived siucethe lotfi
1 irresatefor Ihe
' msmt, 121JS lilids., 1 97 barrels and tierces. Total leceipts
I of the week lyiyhlids., 40J barrels and tierces. Ch-aied
since tho loth instant for Baltimore 1 10, New York nv7 hhds.
Interior, - (3, u a
, g Common,
Fair to fullv F.ir. 0i f 4
Prime, " . 4J dS 4
Choice, 64 'H
Clarihed, 5 fe 7
Molassls. The bulk of the receipts daring thejiast three
it four days has been uf infer or ipiahtv, including Ixith
Fermenting and Uebniled, ::nd prices "hae coaseme:iily
ruled at lower figures. Fermenting mostly langiug iiom 15
16 cents and Kcboded from 16 (s$ 20. A prime article ol
the litter has beeu iu request at fuli prices, and Prime City
Ueljoital has fold as high as :i cents. The sales comprise
yoo bbls, making an aggregate A.rthe week of 21uo bbls.
Arrited since the luth uisiaut UK"J bb s. Total leceip'.sof
the week 2555 bbls. Cleared during the week 494 bbls.
Tobacco. There was unite an active demand fur Tobac
co on Wedncsdarand also oh Thursday, theinquiry at the
Mme time beim? much more irenet at than i reviouslv. itoip
! ly all descriptions hiving louud purcliusers. Ye-.teidjy
there was not much business done, but this was more ow
ing to the unwillingness of bu.crs ui meet the advanced, pre
tensions of Factors, particularly lor the bettor grade-", tlian
to the absence of a di-pnsiliim in operate. Fine, nch selec
tions, both of dirt and iniUxr, however, are still 111 the
most active request, as are lso inferior lot and loigs.
Dark Tobacco, suitable fr the African maikets, is, in par
ticular, much sought after, ami will command relame'y
higher rates than almost anv other quality. The lesiilt of
lheoeratious of tliethree days i, lh.it prices for the better
grades bare impioved about a unat Ui of . . , and our
quotations have been altered accordingly. Of I.ugs and in
terior parcels the stock in market continues io Ix very light,
but there is a gixxl supply of Admitted Tobaccos on sale.
There has been a little more doing in Maon .county than bc
lbre, but yet we are again compel'ttd to report Ihe demand
as limited, and the stock on tl.e matkei very ample. The
transactions of the past three ilavs amount to about lsoo
hhds., making a total for the w eek of 2&(H hhds.
STATKMEXT OF TOIJACCt).
Stock ott-hand 1st September, 152, HluR 1SJS1
Arrived pal three days, 7so
Arrived previously, 4767S 45C5C
Exported past three days,
Slock on hand and on ship-lmard, Hhds.
Annivcr. -ii Ijik. Pi
Fellow, Pailm-ai . lVdt-v
;ft arigator, Pittsburg; Odd
, S!-iaphis; 21, John Simpson,
IKr.urrED -2". O.ld Fellow, Pducah; Kmbossy, Mem
phis; Navigator, PiHbun,-.
River still faW'.si;, v.ifii 4 fer' rant on tk slioals. The
John Simpson is ihe packet '-i 1 'r-'iiiiai: to-day, and the
I.iiella for Padtittttt
FOB LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI.
rpllKfast paenger ccli-t JOHN SIMP
1 SON. J. 1'. .MclVm s, M sTEU, will leal e
r.... .1... . i.. ..11 :... .. . .....1. .... . ' - -Jli.
Tuevlay, May 21lli; at i o'clock, i For height or .
sage, aiiplv 011 buaiil. or to
may 24 II. T. YE ATM N
FOB PASUCAH, ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
riMIE TKMPrSTmniiectRwith the St.
ith the St. (rirllV
JL Ixiius and Imisnlle r.n 1
P.iducah, leases (this day me
o'clock, A. M. inay2"J
A. HAMILTON, Agent.
Sole Leather Trunks.
We have a very superior
stock of Ioidieaud Gentleiueu's
Sole Leather Travelling Trunks
some extra large, with heavy
covers all sires.
Also, the greatest varietv of &ysi
Wilton anil liniisrls Ili-s 'and "gS"K
Satchels, Sole leather Vi'ihse-, Ac, for sale bv
mav24 MYERS "& McGILIj.
Just recoil cd-
KJ 2 c
legant Couice Carriages,
2 two seat Rockaways, ifor one or two horses,)
1 one seat Kockaway.
A good assortment of Carnage.-, Barouches Tind Buggies,
of superioT styles aud finish, con-iantlv 011 hand and for
salebv nuy24 W. II. 'GORDON A CO.
NEW STORE AND Nl
I A. B. & C. W. ROBERTSON,
XO.ir,, COLLEGE .TJiEET, XASIIY'II.LL
1 DEALEKS IX ROOTS, SHOES, HATS AND
t i HE now opening in a new store at their Old e;i!("t
I V Stand, ull entire new and large assortment of B'is,
' &UMMKK BOOTS. SHOES, G A IT. i RS, BU.SKIN.sT
and SLIPPERS, made of best materials, and in the inUM
' t'yler. Consisting of a great variety, to which we invite the
1 attentiouot our former ciHtomers, and purchasers general
ly. Feeling grateful to a liberal public tora long aiid liber
al patrona"e, we enter the trade again, hoping to please all
in'piality and price. A. B. A C, V. ROBERTSON.
Best li on Frame Trunk and Carpet Bugs,
THE CELEBRATED -GEXIN" 1IAT, lei gentlomeii.
1 nuy21 A.U.MMi:
! EXCURSION TRIP TO CHATTAN000A AND LOOK
THURSDAY, 23th inifc, the Passenger VCiXj
'rain will run through to the i eimessee iti
er oonuectiug at that point directly with niailste.imei-s fur
t'hatlauooc-a. Persons desiring l make the excursion nmv
J return Ii. Nashville on Saturdav at 1 o'clock p. m. Fare the
I rouudtrip to Chattanora and back to Nashville, including
I board on the Boat while at Chattanooga s w. Tr-.o; wish
ing to do so, can visit Lookout Mountain on Friday.
The Train will leave ou the aboi c trip at its regular hour,
3 o'clock, A. M. Tickets to be had at the Railroad Odic.
H S. ANDERSON,
I may24 Supt N. & C. R. R. Co.
J. A. PEL&r.
W. B. ULEIir.
JU K. ULtlir
I) EERY HltOTJlEItS,
ALIS0NIA MANUFACTURING COMPAirr.
OJice Xo. 191s, 1'ublic Sjuure, Xasluille, Tewuvu-f.
rilOUACCO.- 50 boxes Mo. .Manufactured Tobacco
A dlOerent brand Just received and for mU lowtocloje
rconnt,by aplC. K. S. CHEATHAM i CO.
LiierCoiniilaint. This dar-giris and often fataldis-
ca had long baffled the still of the most eminent iphysi?
cians, when tlie discorery of Dr. M'Lane's Liver Pills
solved the difficulty, and presented to' the worM'fM Oreat '
Kwtr for that complicated malady which lias since at
I tainedsucb widely fpiead celebrity forits certainty of cure.
and sometimes in Oie left, under the edge cf the ribs the
J- patient being rarely ablo tolieon the left; pain sometimes j
under me suouiuer-Diaue, irequciniy cAieuuing w ins lop
bf the nhoulder oficu mistaken fur rheumatism in the arm; I
slckne-ts of f.tomadi, and loss o'appotite; toucls mostly cos
tive, but sometimes aliercale with lax; dull, heavy sensation
iu tlie luck part of the head; loss of memory, with uneasi
ness of hai ing iieglecied something; sometimes dry cough;
weariness aud debility; nervous irritability; feet cold or
burning, and pricll seimtiou of skin; low spirits, lassitude,
with disinclination to exercise, although satisfied it would
be beneficial. In fact, patient distrusts every remedy."
Have you any, or all of these symptoms J If so, you will
find a certain remedy iu Br. M'l-me's Fills, which may be
J53For sale at all Ihe principal Drug Stores in Nashville
It is Universally Admitt'd, That Bit. C. Williams'
I'ilmomc Balsau or WiluCuliiei aau ooi i.aniu, is
superceding all other medicines wliei ever it is introduced,
and for the very hot of reasons, because it is far srrnnon
to them all in curing all diseases of the Breast and I.f.vcs.
Try it aud you will be fully convinced
See I'jmphlctK, alsoadrcrtisemcntin another column.
The drooping girl ne.v vigor shall sustain
Bloom ou the lip aud circle in the vein.
Female complaints always yield to the mild action of these
Fills. A child G mouths oldmay take DK SMITH'S lills
with 'safety they neither sicken nor distress the most deli-
. TV. . t.- ,.J t ..T .( . 1 1 ,i
wai;. luiuvtiuuNuiitcu lu W.V 111cm cue) sierp ruuuuiy
all night, the head becomes clear, the countenance changes
to a flush of youth aud beauty.
No xeed of dosing so much Try one box of these (gen
uine) sugar Coated Fills; live regularly, and jouwill be
glad you have taken this sensible advice,
Sold every where ia the United Stales.
Another Scientific Wonder! Important to
Dyspeptics. Dr. J. S. Houghton's Pepsin, the True Di
gestive Fluid or Gastric Juice, prepared from Rennet, or the
Fourth Slomach of the Ox,afterdi!ectionsof Baron Leibcg,
the great Physiological Chemist, by J. S. Houghton, M. I),
Philadelphia. This is enly a wonderful remedy for Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, undice, Uver Complaint, Constirpation and
Debility, curing after nature's Own method, by nature's own
agent, the Gastric Juice. Pamphlets, containing scientific
evidences of its value, furnished by agents gratis. See notice
among the medical advertisements.
IMP0ETANT TO SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIS having permanently located in Nashvtlli,
respectfully tenders his services to the suffering public.
ii'rrifitlf, Victrt, Caneirt, Titter and Kuuj Woruw, treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active aud ef
fective, their um; being attended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring ro restrictions or hindrance
from ordinary business pursuits, lie vrishes it understood
that lie Iiassettlcd iu your midst, not for the purpose of hum
. buggingor imposing tqxinyou, but to relieve those wlio miy
be snUeringwith diseases which are destroying by piece
meal many ofyour deserving and useful citizens. Gnnci
Strictures, and all disca-os of the genital organs are thor
oughly understood and successfully treated by Dr. 31.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
ait, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
caeof any of Ihe above named disease. (Ihe worst that they
c.m comenieiilly tiinklnnd pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly foiloned for a reasonable time; Dr.
M, will then give his obligations to furnish such medicinej
as mar be necessary, and iu such quantities from time to
time as the cose may require, and, until a cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, and f "no reUif In
t7Jnine.l fromtSewteifthe vieJi-'nes, no charge tcluittcer
iciltle nude for adnce or medicines.
The attention of masters and owners of servants is pat
ticnlaily invited to theabcie. Those having servants af
flicted with Serif tipt, (Jractt, stillness or soreness of the
limbs and joints, would find it to theiradvantagu to consult
Ur. M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it be ue-ce-kry
fo lose time while usiug medicines.
Respectfully, ANTI HUMBUG.
All commuuicatiuus from rcrsnns at a distance, post paid,
inclosing three dollars, will be promptlv attcuded to.
DR. W. II. MORRIS.
Office over Mutual Protection Insurance Office, Cedarst.,
nearl'ost Oilier, Nashville, Teun. miyl3 i1A.v(mu
I II. G. FARRELL'S
j CELEBRATED ARABIAN LXNUIENT
TRIUMPHANT OVER DISEASE.
WE DAILY HEAR of the most astonishing cures being
I effected bv ttiat great and popular medicine, the genuine II.
I (!. FARRKLL'S AR U1IAN 1.INIMENT, and wecan truly
, say, from our own know ledge, that no medicine eiei discoi
' ered has performed thesinie wonderful curei that it has,
' hot' in man and be tst, ml itU cipiallv good for luth, uliich
1 imikes it so truly valuable. It is, therefore, hailed by the
1 Mifi'ering as the greatest blessing of the age. and no one
would ever allow himself to be without this sovereign balm,
who had onre witnessed its magic power over disease, and
its wonderful potency in relieving pain, however sjvere, in
' a few minutes' time." We earnestly desire you to call niioti
I the agent, who will furnish jou, free of charge, a small book
containing, be-ides other valuable information, a large list
1 of certificates from many of the most respectable persons, of
' cures effected by Ihi celebrated medicine, which surely
I are enough to convince ihe motscepticleof its transcend
' ent virtues. We i.otietf several ccriilicates of rheumatism
! cured after the patient had sutll-red everything but death for
live to twenty ) ears. Al cases of paralysis, or loss of the
use of limb, where the fleh had withered, leaving nothing
I oppa eutlv but dried skin and bone, presenting so horrid a
spectacle that theirFRIE.MI.-i LOOKED UPON THEM AP
PALLED, while pbvsicuns pi-oiiomced llipui BEYOND
. x w ii,Tf . i'i'lVh i. ... -1. ;-..
.1.1 uu.iiii.i r.rcujii u irueve. 11 is me moi eillca- i
j cious remedy known for bums, sprains, wounds, bruises,
. chilblains, neuralgia, tooth-acb. bit.-s of insects and re- i
j tiles, sorelhivat, vire or weak eios, iumors,sun pain, etc., I
' etc; and is ued with unbounded success iu most of the ail
1 inenls of horesand cattle, such a sneeny. farcy, sprains, I
bruises, woiiikN, stilfneck an.l joints.lamencss," swellings, ,
' galls or chafes, sore eve-, partial blindness, etc. If used in j
the beginningof ti-luLi, Kll-ei-il. ringbone and sjiaiiu, it )
j will invanablv stop their further progress. Every family I
should Keep tills valuable medicine op lianil, ready tor any
j Loot ml fo Om'nterfeUtl
. The public me cautioned against another comiterfeit,
) which has lately madeits aprn-aniHce, called W. B. Farrell's
Arabian Liniment, the mo-t dangerous of all the counter-
feit, liccau- his having tlie namu of FarrelL many w ill buy
it in good faith, without tlie knm leilge that a ctiunteifeit ex
ists, and they will perhaps only discoier their error when
y the spurious mixture has wioiight i(s evil effects.
i The genuine ariicle is manufactured only by H. G. Farrell,
I foleimintorand juopiietor, and wliolesale" druggist, No.
17 Main street, 1 Vori.i, Illinois, to wIhhu all ajiplications for
I Agencies must be addtesscd. Be sure you get it with the
letters H. (J. befine Farrell thus H. G. FARRELL'S
and his signature on the wrai)ier, all others arc countcifeits.
Sold by CARTWRIUHT A AR.MSTRONG,
and bv regular authorized agents throughout the United
IS?" Price 2." and SO cenfs, and SI per bottle.
AGENTS WANTED i s srery town, village and hamlet in
the United States, ir. which one is not already established.
Addressil. G. Fanell as above, accompanied with good re
fenceeasto character, respectfully, Ac dAw
THE ASTONISHING AND UNPARALELLED J10SI-
PRIDE OF AMERICA AND SOUTHERN TRIUMPH,
THE INFANT DIirjI.IIEK,
Will give highly Entertaining Festival Concerts,
ON .MONDAY; TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY NI1YT,
And Grand day Conrcrts eaeh'day nl S', P.M.
Etli, Wonder of the World, Ilowel Cobb, Govemer of i
Younr Amrrie.i Personified II S Foote. Gov. of ili-s. 1
Unparalellcd Progidy A D Cru.suuii, Mayor of New
Evening Concerts commence at 8 o'clock.
Tickets CO cents. Children and servants half price
y EDIUAL NOTICE. The Physicians ofNashville
oAl and Davidson county are respectfully invited lo meet
at the City Hall ou Wednesday evening at 7',' o'clock,
may 2.'-dJt JNoI W. KING.
A. G. GOODLET.
HOUCK'S PANACEA AND COODLET'S LINIMENT.
Xo. 23, Jjeaderict S!., Xatticilte, Trim.
Iliiportnnt lo the Afliicted!
I'repnred solely IVom Yegetnhle Alntterby Dr. !
A. C. fiOODLET.
Sir miles EilsI of Lebauon, Tenu., May. 3, 1853. '
Dr. Goocu.i- Hear Sir : I have used several bottles of
your Panacea for Dispepsia, a dLsea.e that I have been at- I
tlicicd with frr tlii last tweuty-tive or thirty )ers, and it 1
give mc pleasure to infoi in jou that it has benefitted mc '
more than all other medicines 1 have ever taken, and I most '
contuIectly-recomuie-Hl it, believing as 1 ilo from my expe
rience that it is a must valuable u.edicinc for Ihe human
system in general. Vours truly, TIIUSLtL. SMITH.
TO MOTHEIIS. Supply vourself with Houck's Panacea
and Goodlcl's lanunent, amt ue proxrly, and save Jour
M'lves of much trouble, loss of sleep, and j our family from
much siitlvi mg.
I'retmrcd solely Irom Vesetablc Jlutter, Dr. A.
;. COO I) LET.
Ono ofthe greatest Liniment ever discovered for the cure
of Rheiimalisi'i, Tuiihii-., Palsy. Gout, Ring norm. Itch,
Chilblains, Frost Bites Mumps stitl'nesi of the joints.
Cramps Sprains, Bruis, Cut '. Bums. Dislocation, Frac
tunsl Iti.ne, Poisonous Bilef, Sire Tlir.ait, Stings all
kinds of swelling with or without pain, hkewisu tins Liui
nient is adtiiteclimist peculiarly to diiasof Horse, such
as straius infl "nation uf the w'lthers fustula, shrinking of
the shnulderjoints, wind galls, soies, scratches, poll evil,
Ac Piiceper bolile,25 idiLs
All persons deiringUi make a trial of the efficacy of these
Medicines cm consult Dr. Goodlet by letter, or persnally at
his laboratory. Residence, No. 'J, Spruce St., between
Spring and Broad. OnarlO wly.
EDWARDS & nARRIS,
. mfOLESALE CMOCEKS,.
""FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
Dealers in Brandies, "Wines, Cigars, &C.
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND CHURCH STS.
-200 buds Prime New Sugar;
O oO.tntrel Clarified Sujrar;
M barren ixai Mirap
fid do Crashed do; 10 do rowJeredUo:
Just receded and forsaleby EDWABBS A HAr.RlS.
MOLASSES, SVRUI, AC-IM bbls Prime Mo
lasses; iObblsSusgr House MoLtoses;
10 bbt uolden Syrup; Sotegs Golden femip, lustre
Hl and for sale by KUWAKDS A HAUBIS.
00 bags Green Bio Cflee;
rurra Coll'ee: CO hairs St, Jaco Gflee:
KM blys laiguyratoll'ee;
Jnv a do, jut received and fiir sale by
SALT, NAILS, Ac 1. (WO bbls Kanawha Salt;
SOU bags Fine aud Coarse Salt;
.'AO kegs Nails and Brad, for sale by
may2i EDWARDS A IIARBIS.
11CAItS. 20,000 Genuine Havana Cigars;
V. 1011,000 juiiiaiioii uo no;
100 boxes Melee Cigars; for sale bv
KDW'AUDS A 11ARIUS.
AN I)I.ES. 20 boxes White and Fancy Wax Candle;
For sale by
may22 KDWAUDS i HARRIS.
fJA BBLS No 1, 2 and S Mack- 50 chests Tea, Imperial,
macK anu uuiihiwuct
IOJ kits No 1 and 2 Mackerel;
S3 do Salmon;
100 bxs Scotch Herring;
20 coses Sardines;
100 bxs 31 R Itaisius;
20 do Layer do,
50 qr bxs do do,
60 ubls inegar;
S do White Wine Yinrgan
100 boxes Soup;
SO do Starch;
O bbls Loaf Sugar;
20 do Crushed do
10 do Pow'd do,
S tierces Dried Beef,
lOo boxs Chewing Tobacco,
H) casks Carb. Soda,
10 bags Pepper,
1 bale Cloves,
1 do Cassia,
a do Al-pice.
5 ceroons Indigo,
2 hhds Madder,
10 bags Ginger,
I "0 frails S S Al'aionds
S 7.1. . t . '
j tierces luce.
2. sacks Pecane,
20 do Cream Nuts,
2 cans Prunes,
5 do Citrons,
2 casks Currants,
5 hf bbls Cranberries,
10 cases Pie Fruits,
"0 do Pickles.
20 do Pine Apple Cheese, 10 boxes Gr Pepper,
Pine Apple Cheese,
100 do Bent's ater Crackers, 20 cases Tougtisous Bit-
15 do Pepper Sauce, ters,
20 do Sugar Crackers, 2"i cases Tomato Catsup,
20 do Soda do, 15 do Lemon Svnip,
10 do Picnic do 20O reann Wrap Paper,
50 bbls Waier and Butter 100,000 Corks, assorted.
With a great varietv of other articles, for salebr
may22 ' FWjl) HARRIS
pKANDIKS, VIN ES, ic 20 qr casks line llran-
"0 do Brandv Cherries.
10 hf pipes do do
25 i do do " do
5 H casks old Madeira,
5 do Sherry,
50 )i do Port;
50 S Malaga.
50 BaskeU Champagne,
ilurnmV Fleur de Selley
Anchor, Douche, A other
23 cases Cordials.
SO do Claret Wines,
20 do Mu'kat do.
In store and for sale by
2 puncheons Irish Whisky,
2 pipes pure Holland Gin,"
1 hhd Jamaica Rum,
2 dn St. Croix do.
100 Bbls Ohio Whisky,
50 do I) I) Country do.
20 do Peun. Rye do.
100 do American Brandy,
20 casks London Porter,
lit) bbls Waller's Ale,
50 do Wood's Pitts, do.
2u cises Newark Cider,
EDWARDS A HARRIS.
-50 Bbls No. 1 Lard Oil. for sale br
EDWARDS A HAltUlS.
TIKE SALE OF GSOCEEIES AT AUCTION BY H. S.
ON THURSDAY, the '.; iut , at 10 o'clock A M, I will
oflir a large and well selected stock of Groceries at Auc
liou, iu front of my Store 011 Market street. Comprising in
part tlie fol!oringarticIes.vii:
2i K hhds Sugar, fair lo prime; 250 bags R!o Coffee;
2 0 bbU re-boiled 3Iulosses; 20 casks carb. Soda;
20 bags Ginger; 10 do. Pi-piier;
2iW reams Wrapp-T jg Paper; 10 boxes D R. loaf Sugar;
zu bins name iirnuun fiig-ar; ; oms 1 owuereu uo.
50 boxes M. Cigars, all kind..;
2j boxes Soap; Star and
25 boxes Tobacco, various
2j boxes Tumblers;
10 or bbls do-
. u-agsl-apmra CrOUte;
23 bafrsJava ColTee;
SO boxes pint Flasks;
.50 boxes quart Flasks;
20 cusks American llraudv;
10 lailf bbls Mackrel; '
a kits Ma'-kret;
2." boxes Lemon Syrup;
50 bales Cotton Yams, assorted 100 Demiion.;
sizes; oObblsRectified Whisky;
23 bbls Old ltourbon Whisky; 20 bbls Smith's Old Re-
M bbls Old Monougehala Whisky; crve Alib.kv;
SO boxes PickeLs Preserves; Ac 10 casks Fieuch Brandy;
10 casks Port Wine; 10 do Jladeira Wiue;
.". hail bbls Cherrv Brandy; lu casks Gin;
lu bbls N. I- Ruin; So boxes Claret 'Wine.
Together with Tei, Cordials, Indigo, Madder and all arti
cles in Ihe grocery line. Terms will be made known on the
day of the sale. " may 22. U. S. FRE.NCH.
Ill till MCCIltl. KE.1 TIKU.ISB.
.HcCKEA A- TEItRASS,
Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers in Foreign and Do
mestic L'quor?, Flour, Iron, Castings, Salt, &c,
Corner of ItiinJ and GSc-e trtt,
SUGAR AND 7.IOLAXSES 173 hhds Prima New
7.. bbls ltn Crushed, and Pulverized Sugar;
I'iO do Reboileil .Molasses;
100 bbli do; 2u kegs Golden Syrup; in store
and fbr'sate verv low, for Cahor Produce, bv
may 21 ' McCREA A TERRASS.
COFFEE, FLOFR, CANIIIW, AcGOO bags
Rio Coffee; SO do Laguara do,
200 bbls Sup Flour, varum.-, brand;
160 boxes, )j boxes, and boxes Star Candles;
7." do Sunimcr and Tallow Candles;
CO do Dovles. Supci ior Soap; 70 do Starch. For
sale very low, by may21 McCREA A TERllASS.
IRON. NAILS, CASTINGS, STEEL Sc AXES.
1) Tons Rolled Iron, warranted;
10 do Bells hammered Iron;
Six) Kegs Nails, assorted sizes;
20 Tons Pittsburgh Castings;
SO Hh English Blister, Crawley and Caststeel;
20 Boxes Axes. For sale, bv
may2l McCRE. A TERRASS.
IIQlfORS H piiie Brandies, some very fine;
a 1 Cask wire Holland Gin, Eagle Brand;
1 Puncneou Irish Whisky, very tine;
S.". i Caks Port Wine; " 5 Casks Sherry;
10 V doTennerifTe;
2.1 Baskets Cliamnagne Wine, pints and quarts;
80 Itoies Claret Wine; 10 do Brandy Cherries;
40 Bbl Robertson county WluSky;
S3 do Sam Davidson's Extra do;
30 do Copper distilled Whisky;
fin do Monongaliela Redo; i'.0 do American Brandy;
J. uo Amencan (Jin; 10 do .s. K. itiiin;
nr, do Sweet Malaga Wine; in store, and for sale on lib
eral terms, by mays I McCREA A TERRASS.
rpOBACCOAM) CF.GA RS. LoxcsLanghoru
I and Annistead Gold Leaf; 40 do Ferguson's do;
CO lsjxes Muscodoui Tobacco; 23 do Kentucky do;
Riuxh) llui anna Cigars, various brands;
SOOooMela Cigars; 2AK0 Cuba Sixe do;
mav2l JIcJREA A TERRASS.
QALT. I4oO Bags line Salt.
tj 1100 IJai
i Barrels Kanawha Salt, for sale low by
McCREA X Tr.IlKASS,
Su.'.ukii.-s. 5 liarreu j;nmione; 20 uouopperas,
10 Bags Ginger; 10 do Pepper;
5 do Alspice; 2 coses Indigo;
60 coses Imperial and Gunpowder Teas;
1 Cask Madder, 3 casks nitty (iu Blad'rs)
400 Bags Shot, assorted; 20 Casks Soda;
00 Boxes of Jenny I.intl and Quart Flasks;
100 do Pint and" Half Pint Flasks;
200 Gross Mason's Blacking;
100,000 Percuioii Cap-; 2 Bbls Alum;
Jhki Lbs. Dried Beef; 400 Demijohns, assorted.
Tlie slxve will be sold verv low at the corner of Broad
and College streets, by " McCREA A TERRASS.
may21 B (i.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
IWISHtosellmytractofland situated in Jone's Bend, !
Davidson county, 23 miles above Nashville by the river, I
,. .:! ... : ti... i .: i ... . . I
iu imicn nun. I. u Muu. Aiic lauti lies uoou. a nine irom 1
the Gallatin tumnike on the onnosite side of the liver. The
tract contains y78 acres 1W cleared, the rest well timbered, 1
4-Softhe I mil river bottom. Tlie place is well improved,
brick dwelling house with S large moms, passages portico j
and gallery, brick smoke house, carriage Iiouc, carriage
bouses bam, cribs, housa built lor a gin, overseer's bouse I
Stock water iu abundance a id as good a spring us can be !
found in the Slate aud a orchard of) oung fruit trees. I
Tint land is unexceptionable; adapted to cotton, corn, and ,
all other grain. S. W. GOODRICH,
may 21 m w or W. UOOllKlL'H.
McCREA & TERRASS,
Corner cf Broad and College Streets, Naihville, Tenn.
Atjcnbfor Smith' PUUmnjhaiul YMieeliivj, X X X, and j
C'Mirated KennetCt !
PALE ALES, PORTER & BUOWN STOUT.
HAVE now iu store the following, which they will sell
at i'lttsburgn prices (transportation ailueu) UHlay :
123 Bbls G W Smith's Pittsburgh Ale for summer use;
150 "Kennett Brand equal to the best acotch Ale; t
do fur family uc:
may22 ly a. n.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWARD.
I' OST at the Circus lost night, a brass bound
PORTMONlE,confa'mg between fifty and
sixty dollars in cold, one tMecutr dollar niece: be
tween forty and fitly dolkus in bank notes, one three dollar I
bill on the Wyoming county. New York; also one $3 bill J
(counterfeit 1 01 the Stale Bank of Ohio. The balance of the
money on different Banks of Nashville; also some notes and '
other papers. The above reward wilt be paid to the Under j
by leaving it at this ollice. may 2 1
KA.lIA(;i: Ac CHURCH,
Wholesale and Retail Boot and Shoe Dealers,
42, COLLEGE STREET.
GENTS SUPERFINE DRESS GAITERS,
SHOES AND BOOTS. We respectfully call atten
tion to our stock of Congress, Cloth, and Is. L. Gaiter,
(with Kid Tops) and Walking and Dress shoes, of the la
test styles and superior make. Just opened and for sale
very cheap. may20 RAMAUE A CHURCH.
, JOHN YORK & CO.
I -: NEW BOOKS.
jtrsTEcnri'o sraoiLy i'ork & co.
THE OM)' FOREST KAXGERtor, Wild SporteB India
... on the Neilgherry Hills, in the Jungle, ad 00 tha
Plains. By Major Waller Campbell; ediS-iHr Frank
Forester; beautifully Illustrated with fins steel Plata
THE BOUBBOS rRINCE; the niilory or the Royal Dau
phin, Louis XVI I, of France.
YUSEF. A Cnnade iu the Cast, by J. Rom Brown.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ENGLISH SOLDIER LY
THE UNITED STATES ARilY,comprisfag obrr
tiocs andadienturesin the States f Mexico.
THE LOFTY AXD THE LOWLY: or. Good in all and
none at all goal; by Miss Mclnlosb.
ENGLISH 1TEJIS: or, ilicroscopic view cf England and
j hnghsumen, by Malt F. Ward.
; TnE UOXS SKIN AND THE SORE HUNT.
j THE UPPER TEN THOUSAND; Sketches oT American
' COSMOS: by Alexander Vrn Humboldt, vol it.
SIRES OF THE BROTHERS HUMBOLDT.
SPAIN: Her Institutions. Politics and Millie Men.
LIFE OF LADY JANE GREY.
LIFE OF THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINE.
DICK WILSON, The Rumseller's victim: or, bumanity
pteading for the "Maine Law." A Temperance Su-ry -
founded ou Facts.
SKETCUES OF AMERICAN SOCIETJT IN THE UNI -
TED STATES, bv PuUky.
LIVING AUTHORS OF AMERICA.
MEN OF THE TIMES.
MATRIMONY: or, Love in our Village Twenty YVors ago.
CAP SHEAF: A fVeh bundle, bv Lewi Mvrtle. .
THE QUEENS OF HENUY THE VII, by Agues Strick
land. TnE DAYS OF BRUCE, by Grace AguiUr.
PICTORIAL GUIDE to the .Mammoth Cave. Kenhickr.
THOUGHTS ON THE EDUCATION OF GIRLS. '
JOHN Y'ORK i CO,
maylP. No. 14, Union sttert.
TOON & BUTT AND.
So. 41, L'aioa Street, XiAcille.
POPULAtt EDUCATION,-For the use or Parents and
Teachers, and for young persous of both sexes. By Irs Mar
hew, A M, late superintendent of Public Instruction, M.ch
igau. MARGARET CECIL; or "I can, because I ought," By
Cousin Kite, author of "Set about it at oner," etc.
A LADY'S VOYAG E ROUND THE WORLD; A selected
Translation from the German of IDA PFEIFFER.
MYXOYEL; or. Varieties ia English Life, By sir U
XAPOLEOXIXEXILE;or,aToTce from St. IleW
The opinions aud reflections of XAPOLEOX, nu the mor.t
important events in his life and government, io' his own
words, By B E O'Meara, his late surgeon.
IIOME'lS HOME, A Domestic Story.
t GREENWOOD LEAVES; A collection of Skeiclies and
Letters, By Grace Greenwood, 1st and 2nd Series.
Duvies' Practical 3Inthcmntici, with Drawing
and Mensuration, applied to the Mechanic Arts.
Edract fro-ti a letter of Prof. XatA'L Crt.
X.isuviLtE, April Till, XK.Z.
I consider Dalies' Practical Mathematics a very Coutmi
ent practical Elementary Text Book, furnishing much us-
j fill information on a Toriety of subjects in Natural Plukxo
, "phy and the 3Iechanic Arts. It is a very useful Manual 6
i the Mechanic, and might very projierly and profitably Us
J used after Arithmetic ia schools where the courx doci? not
; embrace Geometry, Trigonometry and their applications.
ery respectfully, jour obedient servant.
A Treatise on the Structure of the English Languig;
Or the Analysis and Classification of Sentences and
their component parts.
SEVENTH STRING SALE.
Of Dry Goods, Boot3, Shoei, Hats and Hardware, etc.
uy joseph r. orxrox.
ON WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, Mar 23th. and
28tli, I will offer my Fourth Spring Stock. It will
be found to embrace a greater variety than ever before
offered at Auction; consisting in part as follows; Black.
Brown and Blue Cloths. Plain land F.uicr Cassinirre Black
and Fancy Sat tinetts. Tweeds, Jenus. iirap D'Ete, Quetid
Cloth. Cottonodes, Chtck and Fancy Linings, Plain
and Figured Dre-s Silks, Satin d'Chene, Aliacas, Nik
Figuredand Plain Barege-", Albonurt Grenadines, Solid
Colored Bareges, Printed and Painted Jaconets. Enibroidrr
ed loiwns. Barred MiLIin. Jaconets, SwUi Mnll Muslim,
French and American Ginghams, Barrgo d'Laiues, L'hmrz
d'l-iiii, British and American i-awris. Bayadere Dresses.
British i nd American Prints, Plain and Figured Satins, Fi
gured Silk Velvets and Embroidered Vesting, Napkms,
Uneu Lustie.Bleachril and Biown Domestic, Blearbnlaiul
Brown Drilling, frl Slwetiugs. Table lanen, ftanibricx,
A prim Checks, Cap Net. Silk Lining, Cotton Handker
chiefs Cot I on Iaicr and Edging, Black, while and mixed.
Cotton Hose aud Half llo-o, Kmbniiderrtl Curtain, S.Ik
Muntillits, Bonnet Silks, Ianuen and Cotton Tlireads. Pins,
Needles, Hooks aud Eyes Tape, Combs, Pocket and TaUe
Cutlery, Thimbles, Guns, Pistols Fiddle. Silk, AgnoU
Wool and Pa.hu Hats, lkuineU, Boots, Shoe, etc., etc.
Mav, S A 521, 2&-2S A So I Julv, i A 7 -1 9 A 21 Sd A "7
Jmie.TAll 21, 2i 2SASO ' nwvia
LYONS A- CO.
IiMjmvUrs and VenU-rt in
Havana Cigni, Tohni-co, nutl nil
Foreign Wine, Liquors, &r.
Ao. IU, tidar Street, XatknUe, V
NOTIIER NEW AUIUV VI..- Ju,t recetrnl
per Steamer HartlbrU. ;!-V Pieces Wall Painrr -
lioruer", i ire-screens and n indow 1 aper.
marl 2 41, Market sL, between Union and ihe Spure.
TOYAL TURKISH TOWELS.- ItrctiveJ. u
IV fresh supply cftlie Itoral Turki-Ji Ijiwn Towel, Co
bathing. ' JOHN K. 1ILMK.
maylfi No. 37, College St
MARSEILLES IJUILTS.- lieautiful Wliite Mar
seilles Quilts, just received. Ali Crib Quills hand
some colors. JOHN K. 1IIMK.
may V, "'7' C""
MUSLINS AXD LAWNS An excellent a..rt
meut of Fancy Muslins, Ioiwns, Ac A fiiw Lawns ou
liandat 10 to 12, cents per vard.
Al, JieJMiifttl Drest Goodt.
Paris Berages ; Checkeil Silks ;
Challie Berage ; Stripe-l Silk ,
Crape de Paris; BrocideSilk;
Ileniani Silks ; Reps Silts;
Also. Moils. De Beize, mrTravellliig Dresses, at
mayK. JOHN K. lWUKj NouS, CollegaSt
IT'LOUJ:. SiM) Barrett (Jallego Mills Flour.
' S00 " New-York " "
For s.iIi.br mav21 W. II. GORDON A CO.
200 Boxes Werk A Co. Siar
O Candles, in whole, half and quarter boxes, for sale by
quarter boxes, for sale I
W. II. GORDON A CO.
O TAJtCH. 23Clloxes Tear. March a superior am-
'TARCII. 250 Boxes Pearl Starch
cle, forsaleby may2l W. II. GORDON A CO,
""1IGARS. 10 cases I .a Napoleon Itrg-a'ia Cigars.
V lJiiresjiana -
10 " Wandering Jew " "
For sale by may2l W. H. GORDON A CO.
rpORACCO. 1500 Boxes Manufactured To'ouctt.- ail
JL gradrs-for sale by W. II. GORDON A CO.
1-LACKINC 23 Barrets
) ing formle by may2l
Mosou's Challenge Black.
W. II. GORDON A CO.
ri-iIIEATRICALS AND CIRCUS.
L direct from the importers a superior lot oi Tights ami
Shirts, of Silk and Cotton, Slrijietl, Flesh Colored. Pink,
Scarlet, Black and Brown.
Also, a handsome assortment of .Men's Striped Slocking",
lor sale by may21 all tic .iitt.ll.l..
most fashionable articles in the way uf Furnishim?
Goods are to be found in great varietus at
MYERS A McGILL, Ladies and Geutlemm'A
may21 FurnishingStore, Nu.5i, College t
AUCTION-SALE OFGROCERIES.- OuTliutv
day nexthe 2tlh inst, I will sell for cash.
Sugar, Star Candles,
Collet, Mould do.
Molasses, Vn. and Ky. Tobacco,
Cuppcra-s White Lead.
Mackerel, Crushed and Cl'd Sugars,
u lass ware, anu oiuer articles in mv line.
TCE. NORTHERN LAKE ICE The sub-cribers will
1 be ready tuileliver on unit uAt-rllundar. tlml;tli nf if..w
ls33, at 2 ceuts per pound.
Ice Tickets may be bad at the Drug Store of U. O. Sco-
vet. and at I lie Ice Depot, rear or John Sloan Stable
i t-St ' Depot otlice opeu at all hours day and night.
I maylS 2uu SIIELBYA BALDWIN.
77OR FIREDIEN'S l'ARADE. Blue and ReJ
JL? Satin Cravats and Slocks. Thase who hare uot vet
supplied themselves with a Stock or Cravat. !iould call
earfyat may ly MYEIiS AMcGH.L.
I7lIim07DERED SHIRTS Siutable l.- Fiiel
li men on Parade, and for Party purposes,
maytt " MYERS A McGILL.
WHITE LISH, THREAD AND UEItl.IX
GLO VES. A good supply 011 hand, and fur side by
mayl'j MYERS A McGlLL, Luhes'auil Gentle
meus Furnishing Store No. 3C, College st.
TfO TRAVELLERS. We have inst
JL oiiened a large slock of Terr suiwrior rat
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS. VAl.U'ESand sSL?!
CARPET BAGS. Trunks of every quality and at priced
Jf Ladies" L.RGE TRUNKS, with BONNET BOXES
inside few left. Very couveiiii-nt for packinr.
RAMAGK A CU
"VTEGRO IJItOtJAN'S, CALF, KII',VELTED
1 AND PUMP SOLED BOOTS AND BROOANS, tr
eonnlry trade. A heavy stock at low prices, just opened br
may20 RAMAGE A CHURCH. 42 College st.
bnuis and Clacinmtl Floor re-
reived and fir W by
' due. 5,
K.STKWAKT it CO.,' I