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J.L.MJUMANG, '"-."a. HASOU-'', W-CTOiBBtT, M. C.C. CSEJHCHl
jo"uN L. XA-JlLINCf & CO.
E01T0P3 AKD rROPRIETOnS. ,
FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST, 12, 1853,j
. ;,. A . THE -B.ESULT?" "
, Weiniake the net gain of Jonnsox over the voto
' ... . . .T 1 r....,',11ntr-
.'JOT fresius,lt lu ine couuucs ucau iwui;'""
ast Tennessee, -088
. "MMHt Tennessee. 875
, Total gain, . 3832
feTnefcOimties of Tlancock, Johnson, Carter, Se
Slullivan, Blount, and Rhea, hv East,Tennes
ee;"anaof Decatur, Perry, Dyer, JndritfeMalef
in "West Tennessee, aro to be heard from. .If these
counties-vote as they voted.Ust -fail Johimo.v's nm
6Htvinfhe'Statowll bo 2300. It will probably
.'. .FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT.
. ."There can bo but little doubt,AV Unnk, of the
.efeition of Brookiss Campbell to Cojigrcss.jn the.
- first district. The district was laid off by Jfajor
Hesuy with a whig majority, according to the pre
ceding Governor's vote, of more than a thousand,
..f6f tHetevident purpose 6rtcceping Amirew Johs
jtiosjo'afiof Congress; as it contains several thousand
jwpdpu1atJonniorevtna'n the ratio. Taylor and Wat-
wsweretlie whig candidates. ehave the vote
WWJWv-. a ,
The contest is between Campbell and Taylor.
t The returns from Sullivan arenot'complete Cajip
j au will increase his majority there 100 votes r
-Heaving him 1100 ahead of Taylor,, and Carter,
1Tohi:on, Hancock, and Sevier to hear from. These
counties given whig majority of 1300'votes; but as j
'AVatkixs lias no doubt leceived a considerable whig
.. - '.. . . . .......
.. oe in tliose counties, the chances areueeiuedly 111
2vor of Campbell.
TO- THE CONSTI-
13? "We -will esteem it a great furor if "sheriff and o'h
. .era will forward tho votes iu the different counties on these
, . amendments.
For the election J For New Counties.
of Jndges,Ac. J
- '2412 ' 270(5
. 1059',' , 709
,! .",.1115. , - 49
- ' 504 . 498
554 . 40
. 6" 'Lincoln;
' Ee? The-total voteor Cot'rtTtorinthe above
-counties is 23,155. VTe suppose the total, vote for i
Heprcsentatives in die LegLslatnre to have been
about the same as that-for Governor; and the
- amendments, to be adopted, must have received "a
'"majority of those voting for Representatives."
. ,Vc hope thero is no mistake jw time in the re-
fpoft of the telegraph, electing Stanton by two votes.
The district gave Scott 525 majority; and the suc
cess of Stanton is therefore a brilliant triumph.
r'1Ve were never more gratified at the result of a
Congressional election. His great talents and expe-
'rlence will continue do honor to the State; aud we
. doubt not that when tlio whigs of his district come
to calmly look at the. matter they will be glad that
. they did not succeed in beating him.
.-Memphis, Aug. 11. Owing to a mistake in the
.returns from -Madison county, Stakton (deni.) is
elected by two majority, instead of Yerglb, as re
ported! " GARDENHIIIK AND CULI.01I.
' .TVe have reliable reports from all the counties in
Jho 4th" district except Macon. Gabdeshire is 207
votes ali5ad, and Macon to hear from. Macon gave
Henbt a majority of 212. If Ccllom received the
same majority, he is olectcd by 5 votei But If ho
rahjnind there in the same proportion that he.diil
lsewHere, he is beaten. The race is very close, and
the result yet doubtful
. .E" IfoopEB came and-delivered himself up for
i-Bv the way, Hoopeu is about starting out to
close up some old accounts for one of the whig pa
- &ra. If any of our friends meet him, they will 1
please treat him kindly. And if any body wishes 1
tq(subspribe for the Union and American, or to pay j
'Hnfly'Py ssuely trust their names and their i
mneyv m'his hands.
THE ALABAMA ELECTION;
"Chn"very attentive corf espondents in Montom-
ery, Ala., sent us by yesterday s mail several items
relative to the Alabama elections, Irom which we
compile the following interesting particulars:
Pur Governor, William S. Earnest, the internal
' tt 'PrPen'Cnt catiUidate, would, it is behoved, have
wer?lfed-a Very good vote, had there been general
concert ot action among the ncigs, but whilst in
some counties he ran ahead of his party strength
jn others be aid not obtain one-third of it. Of
cotlrso CoL John. Anthony r Winston, the- regular
democratic nominee, has beaten him largely. The
number of vote3 cast for lUchartl TV. "Walker, the
"Vhig candidate in South Alabama! is not so large as
was anucipaiea. v. imcks, tflo Union candi
date, lias a majirity in Talladega, and. also.it is sup
posed in Russell, wi.h,a small vote in mot of the
. GinQTVionnl EKlai.-Fnm the first districi.
Ibe.-acconnts wrcre at first conflicting, but we have
b"een assured that Col. P.Philips, Democrat, is elect
ed over E. Lockwood, A"hig, by a majority of-from
150 to, 250 votes. At first, it waa thoiifriih tV,f,t
Xockwood, having the extraordinary majority of
' it wai.even telegraphed to Montgomery that such
WM.tbe ease. Mr. Philips is a South Carolinian by
birth, and was, we believe,, a Union member of the
Nullification Convention of tins State, m '32 and
'3?, 1 He lias lately, howevc aoted with the South
ern Eights party. Jn the- last legislature of Ala
bama he was the author, of "The Omnibus" inter
naLj mprbvernent bal,. and. displayed very consider
able tact anil ability iu.ua advocacy. He is a man'
of talent, a rea4y and impressive speaker, and will
io.4ouU.b8 regarded as an able and efficient mem
ber opkeU. S. Houso of Representatives.
In 'Sit TRtrd District, as has already been an
nounced by telegraph, Sampson W. Harris, Demo
craUhas bepn re-elected by a large majonty over
JudceS.. D..J. Moore. Whiiranil Snntl.o i?:i....
7n'1he Fourth District, contrary to general esiiec
ta'ijn,.lheHon. W illiam R. Smith, Union Democrat
is said to hare been te-elected. The contest, how
. ever, was close between him and Stephen P HalL
Fam U Seventh District, although vpry litdc ad
ditional information has been received, it is-inferred
fromhe returns athanti that there iswdonhts
of JamesE. Dowdell, Democrat, Eavingbeen elect
" 2h Lefilaiure.-Tha election of Democrats in
the .Aug counues of Pil;e, Tuscaloosa, &a, destroys
the hope of obtaining a majority in the Legislature,
which was enterlaiued Tntha middle oflast
The,House will pretty certainly be Democratic the
Oimaw Close, dui prooaoiy oi tnesame political hue.
.TAvqrinlted States Senators arc to be fcleeted this
winiSart3 tho returns, eo far received from North
-AUbS16rnot encourage tho anticipation tliat a
surocjenynumber of Democratic members friendly
,t , tq Senatofc.Clemcas wfll bereturned to hold the bal-
mrjwwer "and .secure his re-election. Charles-1biiGitrTii!pglth.-
KF7 The. crons .of 'cochineal nnrl
jghttiisyear. Thc locusts hftVQ'uSected the latter.
(prii t uitcr.iTrTDi' i THE
Tbe lwt.e.g5skpirt ajl 16wK.w:8Ad
'.eratic SeaHrW d9tricf.ind42 -wmgawd 33 detg-oerstw-Seprentiv
(Kstriete. Our "estimate of
leases aed'gatss wffl be!ied wpek this apportion-
meal. . ' ' t 1-
Davubon Jons REitTtw.) .
Giles, Laxarer.ce and -Wayne G-. IL Nisoit, (deni.'
RuVierfard and Williamson W. O'N. PEncrss,
M'irdm, JlcNnry and Hardeman JiDWLV ITolk,
(deni.) ' .
' Maury, Eeiois, Ilicliman andDicksonQiAiUEi. B.
Mooue, (dem.) ' ;
Stetcalrt, Robertson and Jion!7nen IXRoBEnT
sojr, (w.Sjd-JK - X-.f
JVHsonZatd 'DeKha-S&mjyYVxxjs, (w.) . .
hhefcJtfetlspe, Hamilton, jfdrTon,-and BraSlaJr1-Jo-LM-HAYKos-jtfdem.
gainj . . ,
FdyeUe'and Shelly W. C.-Dn.-aAr, (dem;-gain.) .
Irantiin and Lxntoln-'RdwSr, Fabquharsok,
Bedford and Marshall-JoeOTSToses. (deni.).
Smith and Simucr&jm&Vp- W
CarroVAGibron andDytr.mStxTOX, (w.)
mSaskgl, Qirtci'andJoJnuon Nave,
f - jC- REPBESICNTATIYES"
Zj2?j&G-eoik;e'V.. Febd, f)'lemi)
Ainepln and- Giles TOlxiAStPt1GiiAMni.iE3, (dem.)
Dai'idson waiOKS-nd Sumwhigs.)
Bolfrtsiin 3.S. Ciieath.ui,;(w
Siimiter-G. W, Wi.vcESTKRram.)
iranljomeryJrl. Kovsu, COlf
Davidson, Jtobertton and -JMOTitervIiMiJCT,
IVuVierforiL MoKsioitt, (w.)-"
'Bedford W. H. Wjpk.ner, (w.) ' 4 .
Rutherford and Bedford Co6iTJi (vvj) -EranHin'.
Madiso.v WilltAms," (dem.)
- Williamson Nuxs, (w.) ' .,
Wilson Tiiompso.v and Martix, (whig?.)
Jlariliu liRorLES, (whig gain.r;
Giles Thomas Bukord, .(deiii.)
Diclison MArnrs, (dem.)
Cannon R J. Woon, (dem.)
Hardeman W. II. V"oo, (dem.")
' Hamilton Jons Cowakt. (leni.' gain.)
Bradley Tmncs. (whig gain.) .
Ifawy AV. J. Sykes, (dem.) - : '
SheUy Farkixgtox aud IIoi-MKS,(whrgs.).
Haywood Ssiitii, (w.) , .
Stewart Trii.'ss, (dem.) .
Smith II. AV. Hart, (w.) ' - "
iriiVeIlERD, (w.) e J.J
Weakley Cayit, (denL) . . j, -
McKairy Browk, (w. gain.)
McMinn Cooke, (w. gain.) -v '
PoV:, Hcilinn, and Mans Lillard. (deni.O
Rhea, Bledsoe, and HamiltoUj. rdPt(jlem.-gain.)-
Marion J1lstelv, (deni; gam j
Henry Travis, (dem.) ' - - ,
Gibson Richardson, (w.)
Benton and Humphrey's Luce?, '(whig gain.)
Carroll Hawkixs, (w.) , J
JCnox Maury, (w.) "
Monroe Brown, (whig gain.). s , '
Di Kalb Overall, (dem. gain.) " . .
Fuyelle Dortch, (w.)
Smith, Macon and Sumner Stewakt, (w;.)
Jackson H. M. Clements, (w.) ' ' -Marshall
Steele, (dem.) -Haitians
AVniTi-, (whig gain.)
Knox and Sevier Cuambkhlain, (w.1) '
Anderson and Campbell Wheeler, (w.)
Bhunl AVm. AVallaci (dem. gain.)
Overton Bcrrell Ciiowminc, (dem.) . ' .
Scott' Morgan andFtntress AV. C. AVood, (dem.)
Williamson, Maury oniLewis AV.'E.Euwrx(w.)
Claiborne Lane, (dem.) .
llWii'nton Harris, (dem.)
Sullivan Odell, (dem.)
Greene Lovd Bcllen, (dein:)
Cocke Montis, (w,)
Hawkins, Hancock, Greene and Jefferson Tem-
Henderson Hall, (w.)
Obion. Stovall. (dem.)
'From the Baltiroore.Surij, '
THE TARIFF AIjD TOLLS ON TIIE'BALTIMORE 'AND
In reply to a resolution of enquiry of the City
Councils, whethpf the present system of tariff and
tol s on the Baltimore and Ohio Railruad dis
criminates against the State of Maryland and the
city oT B iltimore, the City Directors have respond
ed n follows:
The Baltimore and Ohio Riilroad Company has,
in common with other transportation companies,
both since the completion of the road to Cumber
land and to AVheeling, entered into arrangements
for making what are termed ''through tickets."
Such contracts now exist on the following routes :
From Philadelphia to Wheeling, Cincinnnti aud
Louisvi'le, via river route from AVheeling; from
Philadelphia to Cincinnati by land: between Wash
ington and Cincinnati by land route: between Cin
cinnati and Raltimore by land route; between Co- "j
lumous in Unio to Uattimore; between Columbus
in Ohio to Philadelphia: between Zanesvillo and
Philadelphia;- between Zanesville and Baltimore;
between Philadelphia and Pittsbure: between Bal
timore and Pittsburg between 2sTew York and
Charleston; between Philadelphia and Charleston:
between Baltimore and Charleston besides other
arrangements for through tickets of a minor char
acter. There is no case in the foregoing wherein pas
sengers are transported from the cat, through Bal
timore to the West or South, or in a contrary di
rection through Baltimore, at as low fare as trips to
or from Baltimore
As a general practice, the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company, in making arrangements for
through tickets with other companies, lias insisted
upon a ratio charge by all parties to contracts, to
be regulated by the respective distances. To this
practice, however, there are exceptions, which, in
the judgment of the city directors, discriminate in
their influences against Baltimore. For examples
the through ticket Irom Columbus in Oiiio to
Philadelphia, cost S13 30, of which sum the Central
Ohio railroad receives 1 17, the stage company
S3, the Baltimore and Ohio railroad company
$7 40, and the Philadelphia railroad company
The through tickets from Columbus to Baltimore
cost 12 30, of which the Central Ohio Rail Road
receives SI 45, the Stage Company 3 15, and the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company 7 70.
The through ticket from Zanesville to Philadel
phiais12 50. of which tho Stage Company to
AVheeling receives S3 15, Baltimore and Ohio road
5 4U, ami tho Philadelphia Railroad 1 75.
From Zanesville to Baltimore the fare is S
n,-IiTnl. .1... C? r . .i. ,.
Mi.vii uwouige vvompany to wneeiing receives
S3 30, and the Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road S7.
From Charleston, S C, to New York, the fare
From Charleston, S. C, to Baltimore, the fare is
The directors of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road, however, deeming tho airaiigemcnts on the
Toutcsfrom Charleston as discriminative against
Baltimore interests, aud as favoring Xew York ci
ty, passed on the 11th April, 1853, the following
Resolved, That the general superintendent be in
structed to insist upon the establishment of not ex
ceeding sixteen dollars as tho price of a through
ticketbetween Baltimore and Charleston, of six dol
lars between Baltimore and Richmond, and ten dol
lars between New York and Richmond, and in
case of tho refusal of Mr. Robinson to comply with
these rates, the through southern ticket shall be
immediately abandoned by the company, notice
having already been given.
This resolution, doubtless, would bavo been ero
this enforced, but for the multiplicity of matters
pertaining to the service of the'eompany which has
been pressed upon the consideration of the general
It is the opinion of the undersigned that the oth
er two exceptionable arrangements," as indicated,
should be resolved or terminated at the earliest pe
riod practicable. . ;
The through tickets from the AA'est to the East, i
" c icra, are goou Wlt,nc.ut limit of time. That
from Cnarleston through to New York is limited, it
is believed, to six days. t'
,wT,)M0RE,l,,Y W. I. Sharks has
Published i; .card denying all connection with tho
Lady SuffoVcMr. He never sent any letter to
tbe .Mexican Consul recommending the grant of -i
passport to tho shin Mann A
.,.,.K (V....J ... .uin.uuiuil,
uC iuuuu in uic -uexican Consul s
The steamship lfenite has sailed from New York,
terdiun JUksweix and Dampeh Consul to Kot-
" - -inmate!.
i n c,nSi flootnsj whig, has been elect
en ro.oongress from; the Fourth District.
. Asuy democrat. ' i
WcpubSfe, oar clW
joa'table widrtSe Tote'a
far as lull, returns have"
columns contain such
leen received. Hie last tieo
murns for Members of Coh-
"gress as we have receijf
ifed: the figures irLftlifir'
column but ono denoting tho vote for, the whig can-'
didates, .and those in the lasfolumn the vote for
the democratic candidates.
,1853. r "Cosoaas.
Diets. i&Gi.'s, Scorr. Pieiics. Usx:
JobV. T. W. C.
Cocke ...743 1!)6
Gi-eede i.TfcO 1301
" Ilawkind.; .778 8dl
- Hancock:'.... -2U '33-!
Jefferibn 1163 201
Scrier ,;.,62l 8ll-
Sullivon.......260 11 M
"Washington.. ,.5Sp . 8511
1396 039 441 1031 "219
087" 1069 594 2C9 1179
Total. ......01OC 5235 0000
-0000 0000 0000 0000
2. Anderson ..602 207
, CHmnbell 313 231
Feet icsa. ..15
. Morgan. ....
3. Blnunt ......
5, Cannon; 453
Sumner. ...... .825
'6. Bedford .1390
Franklin. ...... .330
.1. Benton... 340
' Giles 1803
. Lameuce 547
718 - 467
..5762 5237 C202 5067 5121 - 5118
Scott's moj. 1,679
POPULAR A'OTE OF TENNESSEE OFFICLAX.
dmnties. Gimp'll Trmis. Countus. Gimp'll. Trout.
Anderson 619 827 Joluwon 495 84
Bledsoe 553 298 Kuux .2223 623
Blount 1147 640 McMinu 885 1023
Bradley 671 833 Meigs 154 554
Campbell 494 497 Marion 517 8S2
Carter 777 202 Monroe 918 947
Claiborne. 655 849 Morgan 282 267
Cocke b0 215 Polk JJn5 .581
Grainger 1110 675 Ithea 329 331
Greene 1144 16S4 Roaun 822 754
Hawkins 1236 1318 Scrier 897 164
Hamilton 885 702 Scott (15o2J 199 127
Hancock.. (1852) 241
8S6 Sullivan 3S3 1459
Jefferson . . .
1606 346 Washington ..669 1151
1433 1413 Maury 1495
811 Montgomery. ...1132
996 Marshall 701
1S42 Macon (1S52)...; 617
626 Overton .... 461
. . .2330
703 Robertson 1169
493 Rutherford 1539
1123 Stewart ...
327 Sumner ....
186 Wilson ....
Lincoln... ...... 659
. For Campbell.
MRS. STOWE ABROAD.
The triumphal progress of ilrs. Stowe abroad ap
pears to nave snavea tne late ot sucn ovations else
where. hat Dickens, in fact, experienced here,
she has experienced m England. Both to use a
trite, but apt simile, 'went up like rockets; to come
down like sticks.' The author of "Oliver Twist"
was welcomed, at New York, with a ball, where
the huzzaing equalled that of Tammany Ilall or a
AVcs(minster hustings; but, a very few weeks sub
sequently, lie lelt tlic country, "solitary and alone,
with not even a news-boy to cheer at his departure.
Mrs. Stowe has met an even more rapid eclipse. In
the case of Dickens, a satiated public curiosity, coin
Lined with some disgustat tlie under bred manners
of tho visitor, led to the sudden collapse from heat
1o cold. In the case of Mrs. Stowe a similar satis
fied cunositv has contributed to the same result.
3!ut a main cause ofher rapid decline, if the whole
truth must be told, lies in the fact that Queen Vic
toria not only refused to receive heratcourt, which
;at once put her out ofthe pale of fashionable society,
"hut censured Lord John Russell for having, while a
minister of the crown, appeared at the Stafford
The frown of royalty seems to Live extinguished
tne btowe lurore at once. Jbroiu the day ofthe
fatal levee, or rather as soon as the exclusion became
known, the eulogistic notices of Mrs. Stowe, and
oven almost all account ol her -movements, sudden
ly disappeared from the London Press. In an hour.
as it were, the authoress of "Uncle Tom" fell from
popularity to insignificance. At present, she is
quietly residing in Paris, the guest of Mrs. Maria
AVeston Chapman, formerly of Boston, a Garrisonito
ofthe niostzealous school, who, like many others of
uie "tip-top aristocracy of tins country, thinking
her daughters cannot be educated in -America, has
gone to Uie .trench capital to "polish them oil in
tliat moral and religious city. So little notice was
taken, however, of Mrs. Stowe's movements, after
the fatal rebuff from the Queen, that we should have
been ignorant ofher being in Paris, but for a pri
vate statement to the editor of a New York journal
The visit of Mrs. Stowe abroad Bhould.bc a les
son to those, who like the son whom Noah cursed,
rejoice in exposing their father-land to shame.
whether it will be, however, is another question.
Biit surely the spectacle of Dukes and Duchesses
performing ton to Mrs. Stowe, because she abused
her native-land, yet abandoning her the moment
slio became unfahionablc, because not received at
court, is a sight that ought to teach wisdom even to
the most stubborn.
Place a bone across a pork rind, and you have a
JS??.rc:.?ull9ch' of BolleibntainB,- Logan coun-
ty, is saidftobethe first white person born in Zanes-
i ' i'.-ki. " "
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, iwitiK lien i uj nrau, ,augu5, t
UmSKEEJrCTBTFKOX KHMWE ARRIVAL OF THE
The mail steamship Washington, Captain E. M.
Fitch,, arrired thisjraorning. She' left Bremen on
tite 1 5tli, and Southampton, on tho 20th ult. Time
Xi daya and 12 hours. 5
TlieVashingtcn briiigs-loO passengers and a' very
full and valuable eargorof merchandise from Germa
ny and France.
' ThjJ Niagara arrived' at Lh-erjiool on tlio 17th nk
Th'e West India ma"!! steamer Orineo "reached
Southampton on theJ7th ulf., with $580,000 in'
specie on freight, haying liad fourteen d?atks fiom
yellow ever on the- voyage from St. Thomas.
AYhen tha Ashington left, confidenno in the
maintenance of peace was increasing both in London
and Paris. -The. reply of Russfa to the iomt repre
sentations of Great Britain and' France was; expect
ed to reach ..London anout tne skm or 3d.ot July.
The Paris Joniteio-piibhshes the text of the circular
of the French govthimcnt to its diplomatic agents,'
in reiohider to Uie1 Russian note. In a verv nacific
article in the Pays, ascrihed to the- Emperor Louis J
iNapoieon nimsen, i is siatea uiaiwitnrewrence to
the ncgotictions between Russia and tlie other pow
ers, "all thaLremain in dispute- fa the form of a
note," wliieh should be drawn up to meet the.dilTer
enees existing, and .which should wound the sus
ceptibilities of neither Russia or Turkey.
Tne Idlest intelligence from St Petersburg was to
tho 9th July at which -date, says the London Timex,
"at least one of tlio propositions of compromise, re
commended by the Western powers, had reached
the -Russian cabinet, niid had been received in a
manner indicating at all evenfd a desire to negotiate
Telegraphic accounts from Constantinople, to the
9th July, had been received in London. -A ministe
rial crisis wa3 feared in consequence of-the news
just received, ofthe actual invasion ofthe Danubian
principalities by the Russian forces. .
In the House of Lords, on' tlio lgth ult.,, Lord
Clarendon stated tliat an answer, in entire conform
ity with tho note published by the French'govern
mcnt, had been returned to tiie last diplomatic cir
cularfof Count Ncsselrode. Lord Clarendon also
said tliat the government hoped to be able, in a few
days, to lay before-the House the fullest information
respecting tlie state of affairs in the East
Notwithstanding that o pacific solution was gen
erally expected, there wasno cessation of armament?.'
The, commandants of the Dardenelles had been or
dered to permit the passage of the British fleets,
whether by day or night, at any moment.
A formidable! conspiracy against the life of the
Sultan got up by the lmaums, or Fariheal party, had
been discovered, and fifteen leaders hail been ar
rested and bow-stringed. They proposed to depose
the Sultan in favor of his brother, and to declare
war against Russia. The greatest discontent pre
vailed among the Redfes or reserve corps, who were
thirsting for a crusade against, the Greeks. The
Turkish authorities were exerting themselves to pre
vent disturbances in Constantinople, which would
servo, the designs of Russia.
Negotiations were still progressing respecting tlie
Hungarian Kosta and tlie riots at Smyrna. As the
captains of tho American and Austrian corvettes had
evidently determined to fight and had in fact cleared
the r ships for action, it was by the intervention of
the Britishaml French consuls hostilities were avoided,-
and it was arranged that Kosta should be given
up to the French Consul General until Mr. La.Cour
aud the Baron de Bruck had arranged the affairs tit
Constantinople. This was accordingly done, Kosta
being lauded iu chains aud escorted by Austrian ma
rines! Queen Alctoria had sickened with tlie measles, but
the disease was progressing favorably.
The wet and storm' weather had caused a rise in
English wheat of 2s. to 3s. per quarter. Foreign
wheat 2s. higher. English Hour had risen 3s. per
sack, and American Is. per barrel. Owing to un
favorable accounts regarding potatoes, Indian com
was held with increased firmness. Barley and oats
finru . - . - "
The upward tendency of the market for stocks
and shares was checked by unfavorable accounts
respecting the crops.
The Liverpool cotton marketwas buoyant Sales
on the 18th, 10,000 tales; on the 10th, 12,000.
The overland Indian mail arrived in Loudon on
the 18th. The London Times publishes advices from
China to the 14th of May, but no mercantile letter
had been received. The news is of the most import
ant and curious character. The British war steamer
Hermes had returned from an expedition to tlie seat
of the rebellion. Nankin was reported to be in a
state of ruin, whilst tlie whole district was in anar
chy and confusion. The rebels were in possession of
Nankin and Chinkian"; which thev were stronjrlv
fortifying, and were waiting for reinibrcenients from
the south previous to advancing from Pekm. The
insurgent leaders had raised the standard of Chris
tianity. A correct translation of the Bible was free
ly circulated amongst them, and a zeal amounting to
fanaticism was leaning theni on to attempt the de
struction of the whole Tartar nice, whilst strictly
enforced and practised throughout their own ranks.
The commander of the Hermes had explained the
neutral position which the foreign powers are dis
posed to hold during the struggle. The insurgents
are of the Protestant form of worship, recognizing
Jesus Christ as their Saviour, and adopting-the
Trinity and Ten Coimnandments.
New Trade in Slaves. It was some time since
intimated tliat the Cuban slave dealers had embark
ed in a new branch of the trade, viz. The intro- !
duction of the Yucatan Indians into the Island of I
Cuba. The Havana corresnondent ofthe New York I
Herald gives lull particular of the manner of- their
capture and introduction, tatim.- tliat one hundred
ami eighty of these Indians have been kidnapped
and carried to Havana. Extensive preparntionshad
bcerimnde to transfer the Indians to Cuba, when
tlie matter was discovered by thcBritish authorities
at Honduras, who caused the arrest of the Spanish
agent, at that place. On the person of this agent
were, found the terms of agreement with an Havana
dealer, showing thai S25 was to be naid for cverv
male adult Indian, and women and children in propor
The same correspondent states tliat Santa Anna has
made a percmptpry demand upon Gen. Canedo for
the immediate b'beraiion and restoration ofthe kid
napped Indians. Tl e Havana dealer is liavintr pre
pared sham contrac"?, purporting to. have engaged
the Indians to work for him. By thi3 inenxfy he
will undoubtedly escape all unpleasantconseniieneeS
of the infamous attempt to make slaves of Indians.
ifits. GnuucLE's SouLOQur. "There's no calcu
lating the difference between men and women board
ers. Here's Mr. Jones been in mv house these si-
montlis, and no more trouble to me than my greV
kitten. If his bed is shook up once a week, and Ins
coats, cravats, love-letters, cigars, and patent-leather
boot3 left undisturbed in the "middle of the floor, he
is as contented as a pedagogue in vacation.
''Take a woman to board, and (if it is perfectly
convenient) she would like drapery instead of .drop
curtains; she'd like tho windows altered to open at
the top, and a wardrobe for her flounced dresses,
and a few more nails, and another shelf in her clos
et, and a cricket to put her feet on, and a little rocking-chair,
and a big looking-glass, and a pea-green
shade for her gatf burner.
"She would like breakfast about ten minutes later
than your usual hour; tea ten minutes earlier, and
the gong, which shocks her nerves so, altogether
"She can't drink coffee, because it is exhilirating;
broma is too insipid, and chocolate too heavy: She
don't fancy cocoa. 'English breakfast tea' is the only
beverage which agrees with her delicate spinster
"She can't digest a roast or a fried dish; she might
possibly peck at an egg if it were boiled with one
eye on the watch. Pastry she never cats, unless she
knows" from what dairy the butter came which en
ters into its composition. Every article of food pre
pared with butter, salt, pepper, mustard, vinegar, or
oil or bread tliat is made with yeast, soda, milk, or
saleratiis she decidedly rejects.
"She is constantly washing out little duds of la
ces, collars, handkerchiefs, chemisetts, and stockings,
which She" festoons up to the front windows to drv;
giving passers-by the impression that your house "is
occupied by a blandiesseuse; then jerks the bell-rope
for an hour or more for relays of hot smoothing
irons, to put' the finishing stroke on her operations.
"She is often afflicted with her interesting little
colds and influenzas, requiring the immediate conso
lation; of a dose of hot lemonade or ginger tea,
choosing her time for these complaints when the
kitchen fire has gone out and the servants are on
furlough. Ohl nobody, knows ..but- those who've
tried hoW' iihm'enselv troublesome women are! TM
rather have a whole redment of men bnarrlArs
All you have to do is, to wind them up in the morn
ing with a powerful cup of coffee, give them carte
blancJie to smoke and a night-key, -and your work is
In Boston, in conseonenee'of th
V 9,',D?!f0BCI- thu Ins" e3ci-,-t a regard to Trean-ob,
a cliallenge. Warrants were issued against both
parties, and O'Do.vonrjE was arrested and bound
In Panama, June 9th. the- dav was deflmerl ihti
Warmest;, known for Yp.ira nnditb'e ' tbermompfSr
.-BT 1. G. SilE.
."Hoi l-hot! ell piping hot " crrr cans.
HcaTen help ui all in these terrific days!',
The burningsun upon the earth is pelting.
With his direcl&.t; nercest, hottest rays, .
And everything is melting ! - -'
. Fat in en. infatuate, fan the stagnant air. '" f9t
In rash essay to cool their inward glowing,
' WhiTewith each stroke, in dolorous deaoair,
They feel the fever gloiring!
The lean and lathy find a fate as hard, A
For, all'n-drr, they burn like anv tinder
Beneath' the solar blaze, till yrithered, charred,
And crisped away to cinder!
- E'en stoics now arc in tho mcltiu?'mood.-r '
' And rest&I cheeks are moit unseemly florid,. "
The very eone that girts the frigid prude, - "
Is notv inicnsely jorridt
The cows lie lolling in tha. deepest abade;
The pig3 ara aU a-wallow in the gutters.
And net a household creature cat or maid,.
But qacru.ously mutter 1 - . .-, ' ' "
"Tis dreadful, dreadful hot! exclaim3 each one. .
Unto-his swelling, sweltering roasting neighbor,
Then mops his brow, r.nd sighs when that is doiie, -
A quite Herculean labor! ' " .
And friends who pass each other in the town,"
Say no good mrtnows when, they come- together,
But only mutter, with a dismal frown,
"AYhathonid, horrid Weather!"
AVhilo prudent mortal cut 1 with -strictest care
All vagrant enrs it seems the queerest puzzle,
The dog-alar races, rabid, through the air,
, AV'ithout tbe slightest muzzle!
But Jore is wise cad equal in hwway,
Uowe'er it seems to clash with'human .reason,
His fiery d'-gs will soon have had their day,.
Aud men shall have a season !
'SfDryGoodj Merchants purchasing goods in Msjlf-"
ville arc respectfully invited to examine, before purchas
ing elsewhere, an entire pew stock of Staple and. Taney
rail Uoods, recenttypurchascd of direct importers in New
Yoik; 1'hilr.delphia and Boston, on uc!u terms as to
colifidentlyj oertto dealers generally that they can
make if to their adrantage to call and inspect-their stock
Obeopenedaboutthe25Uiinst,at J.'o.7, College street,
by . (augO) L.B. FITK.tCO.
THE AMERICAN SOAP COMPANY.
THESE Soaps are presented to tbe public as the best la-bor-savir.g
Articles ever discorered. And every wey
worthy of the tullet consideration. They do the work ofthe
Laundry in Com Watkk, either SOFT, HARD or SALT,
dispensing entirely with boiling, tiounding, rubbing, Ac.
Ac, conscqneutlya large amount or fuel, and wi-aranrt tear
of clothing is saved, and not one-fourth the amount of labov is
required to do tho ivasliing of a family.
B The tendency of these Soups is to soften the Cloths and re
move the dirt; and in their use, the hands are made soli, tbe
complexion clear and while. Washing is done by simplr
rubbing the Soap on tlie patts of Clothes most soiled, and
placing them iu water sufficient to cover them there let
them remain a few hours then with a slight hand rubbing
and good rinsing they will be perfectly clean and beautifully
bleached, and without injury to tbe most delicate fabric
The cost of these Soaps is no more than those ordinarily
used; and besides th'u, tho great wear aud tear of Clothing
consequent upon the old method of hard rubbing upon a
Board, Machine, Pounding, Barrel, Ac. Ati, is wholly avoid
ed, and fuel being entirely dispensed with, on immense sav
ing is thus made.
By applyingittoyour Capets.it will remove all grease
and spots of dirt, without iu the least injuring their color or
Merinos, Silks, Shawls, Ac may be washed with perfect
safety, Cotton Gcod, Prints of any color that will thde in
wateraloue, when washed with these Soaps according to the
directions will not change, but remain firm, and the colors
rendered more permanent.
For remoiing grease'from floors, or from any article of
Clothimr it is invaluable and for washing Gilding, Mirrors,
Maps, Pictures, Furniture, Dishes, Lamps, Silver Ware, Ac,
Ac, it is superiorto any other Soaps. leaving the goods soft,
and free from any order. The atteution of Woolen Manu
acturers is particularly called to these tacts.
Let every person give cur Soap a trial this is all we. ask.
For sale by augU V. ILGOBUOXA.CO.
COFFJ3E.---50 bags slrictlr primeBio CtorTce7foraie
TEAS. 10O packages imperial Gunpowder and Young
llysen Tea, torsale by W. IL GOHI)O.V A CO.
rpOIIACCO. 2U boxes "Bartlett Jones" extra suncur
JL ed Tobacco, just received aud for sale by
augO W. II. ooKLoyaco.
Wmm LUAD. 300 kegs pure White Lead;
100 " NoT do;
orsaleby AV.H'GOBDOS A CO.
W" RAPPING PAPtR. 100 bundles Crown, Me
dium and Double Crown Wrapping Paper, for sale by
1,ASSAVAKE.-500 boxes Fancv Pint Flasks;
200 " 14 do,
100 " " Quart do,
- FoTsaleby AV. U.GOBUOX A CO.
LIQIORS. 25 eight casks American Brandy a good
150 Barrels Star, Monongahala, Rye aed Bourbom Whisky.
52 casks .Malaga Win, for sale' by
aitgD XC. H. GORDOy.
PARTICULAR KOTICEi-Our accounts being
small aud a great many of them not worth the trouble
of collecting, we have this day c'o?ed our Books, aud will
hereafter do busiiie&a entirely for Cash. Persons wishing
to buy an these terms will find it to their advantage to call
Persons having claims against ns will please prcicnt them
for parmcnt, and thofe indebted will ptca. call and pv up.
augi RAJ MXOX.
TPIt T.L. nUVAKT respeclfullvollera his serrice4 to
JL the citizens of Nashville in the practice of Medicine,.
aud especially in the treatment of Chronic Diseases.
lice on Uie corner of Union and summer streets,
jmie 17, 1S53.
"DARK AND LEAVES. I wish to nurciiase with
JL cash, a large quantity of Chestnut Oak Bark and Sho
i make Leaves, lor Taning purpose. Apply to J. G. .Moore,
j corner of Union and Market streets,
j july27-dAwtf. FREDRICK ROTH.
HAVANA CIGARS We have tl.i-. dav rtceivsd
40,000 Superior Regalia Lotidreand Prensados Cigars,
to which we invite the attention of smokers.
jidy SO N. R. A J1XQN.
MORE FINE TRAVELLING TRUNKS.
FINE SHOES. GA1TEES, &C.
JUST received at 42 College street;
Ladies best Kid Gaiters,
Italian Cloth Gaiters, -. - .
" Kid, Pump and Welted Boob,
" F. Mo. do,
Fine Erumbled do.
Misses and Oh'ldreoa' -do,
Gentlemen's Dress Boot, Gaiters. Ac
,Vory low forcaM, ty fjy27) RAMAGE ACAURCH.
I 70I5 ; SALE A No.1 Negro bov 12 years of ace.
; R."A. BALLOWri
juh"-3 Genl Agent, No 17 Deadcrickst.
J?OR SALE. A Negro Man about 27 years old a
. very good Blacksmith.
Also, several Women and Girls 'rom 14 to 40 vearsof
age. july 2S. GLOVER A BOYD.
ITtJIPLOYDIENT. A smart, active, business man
i may meet with employment and a fair remuneration by
mmodiate application by letter to N. B. C. at thisolKcc
T ARHY'S TRICOPHEROU
-One of the cliean-
) est and bet preparations for the Hsir. Received aud
sale by MYERS A McGILU Ladies and Gentlemen's
runn-.liingStore.No 56 Colleges!.
ONE IIUNUItEO BARRELS ST. LOUIS
FLO Ult. I hare just received a hundred barrels
superfine flour, cho ice brand-
"VfEW FLOUR. 100 barrel uew Wheat Flour just
X 1 recall
recaived aud for sale by
JOHNSON A nORNE.
EOOirOHY AND CONVENDZNOE.
Tlie subscriliers offer tbe fullowiug good and sufficient
reasons why every fam.ly in tbe South should use the
Wrought Iron Cuoling Storet.
Manufactured by them and called - -
THE TENNESSEEANr " A
1st It 13 of Southern manufacture, being made by the
subscribers in the city of Nashville.
2nd. It is of such desirable material that it must outlast
threo or four cast iron Stoves.
Sd. It Is morn complete in its cooking apparatus than any
cast iron Stove.
4tlu It is so simple in construction that a chiid ran use
:th.. Its economy of fuel is snch that it does not ue half
j as much fuel as a cast iron stove of the same size,
j Cth. In the economy of time it is important, as it can be
I heated ready for uae in a few minutes.
7th. Its uniform regularity, as every part of the stove is
6th. Its perfect reliability as we have put up over four
hundred of them in this State, aiid no one has eTer failed
to give entire satisfaction. SNOW, MACKENZIE A CO.
jilvH Collrge H, Nashville.
LYONS & CO.
Importers and Dealers in
Havana Cigars, Tobacco? and all kinds, of
Foreign Wines, Liquors,' &c.
Kb- 19, (k'Ur Street, Ji!ih.i?UU, Tennntire.
TT'OR RENT. We have a large room over our Drug
J. Store, which we will rent or lease for a term ot years.-
It is very large and has a tine enirance.
STRETCH & OKI!,
aug Corner College and Union,
SAM. S. WILLIA3IS lias become interested in cur
business which will still be conducted under the stile
and firm of fjulylS JOHNSON. HORN A CO.
COFFEE FOR FAMILY' USE.-40 bags real old
Government Java CofTee;
50 barsLaguyra Colfec;
2 bales old Mocha do. real African: now landing
per steamer H R W HiU.
v inn L-..s...i 1 .
For Sale vcrr ehean hv
If OK hALE. That very desirable Futniiv Res-
idence, on the corner of Snrinsr and' SsDruce Stiii!
streets, occupied bv P G S Perkins, containing 13 B'
rooms, with all necessary out-houses. The lot fronts 12")
feet on Spring st, and runs back 170 feet to an alley. Ap-
plyto july 27 GLOVER A BO VP.
"1 7 STRAY HDMPHKKVS flOUNTV. Taken up by
JQy Allen Bex, living m Humphreys County, District No.
a, a iiare .nuie oi a ugut oay color, oranucu
A on the left side. No other mark discovered; supposed
to be three years old. Appraised to forty-five dollars by
Daniel Jackson and W E D Carter, the 5 July, ISjo.
W WHITE, Ranger
ang3 3tw tor said County.
yt st. n'TTTr.nfc "rpnr for John Wil!iamt
O. Orleans wiU mate liber!-, cashdrajideoaTrodu
.I.M.n. . ."- ri ' ' ' VI.
W BICSKATXICAI. I)ieTiAXY.
: V Comprising a Summary account of the most distinguished'
Jpersonjof aK Ages, Nations, and Professions. inclutnW
fmore than-One" Thousand articles of American Biography,
xy nev, u. i.. uuie, u.
- - a- .
'ZyeWs Principles of Geology:
Or, the Modern Changes ofthe Earth and its inhabit-
.ants, .Considered as illustrative of GeoJbgy .By Sir
" Charles Lyell, M. A.PJL S.
1IOJIE . CVCLOFCEDIA.
Hand Book of the Useful A rts,
of Universal Biography.
of Literature and the Fine Arts.
SWALLOW BARN: . .
Or, aSojonrn in the Old Dominion. Bv Hon. J. IV Kennedy.
0IorcC'Shdc Robinson r
A-taie ot . we 'l cry Ascendency, By J, F. Kennedy.
TOON A RUTLAND,
aglS 44 Union St.
We are prepared to furnish CoUegeVAcademies, Ac, with
every variety of Schobl'Books, at tlie lowest prices.
TOON A RUTLAND.
BOOKS'. BOOKS!! '
THE COURSE OF EMPIRE, VOYAGE OF LIFE, and
other pictures of Thomas Cole, N A with selections from
his Letters, and miscellaneous writing; Illustrations of his
Life, Character and Genious. By Louis L Noble 1 vol
MARMADUKE WYVIL, an Historical Romance of
Ifi.11. By IlenryWm Herbert 1. vol cloth.
ARBELL, a tale for young people, By Jano Winnanl
Uooper, with illustrations.
. NOTABILITIES IN FRANCE, A-ND ENGLAND, with
Illustrations. By Philarete Chasles.
LEILA; OR, TIIE ISLAND, a tale by Ann Fraser Tyt-
ECHOES OF A BELL; Or, a Voice from the Past. By
ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORY, as illustrated
in the early events connected with the French settlement at
Fort Carolina; the Spanish Colony at St Augustine, and tbe
English Plantation at Jamestqwn. By Joseph Bauvard.
SIX YEARS LATER; Or, The Token of the Bastille
last volume, completing the whole work. For sale by
augll - F" HAGAN.
F1BST BOOK PAH CHUB-HEN.
VAUG HAN'S Speller, Definerand Reader for beginners,
designed to render Defining pleasing, -Reading pleasant
and intellectual. To correct improprieties in Language,
and to win the Heart to the Love of God, and tbe Practice of
Virtue. By Mrs S A Vaughan, for many years au instruc
tor of youth in the Southern State.
Just received aud for sale by the dozen or single copy by
CHARLES W SMITH,
augll College street
EDWARD T. FRTEDLY.
A PRATIOAL TREATISE ON BUSINESS ; or,how to
get, save, spend, give, lend and bequath MONEY, with an
'inquiry into- tbe chances of success and causes of failure in
business. By E. T. Friedley.
5 ALSO, Priie Essays, Statistics", Miscellanies and numerous
private letters from Eucce.-ful and distinguished business
men, with legal advice and useful suggestions for business
men. For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
NEW DRUG STORE.
J. G. BE0WN,
(formerly of the firm of Ewin, Brown A Co.,)
JJUAS onened, with an entire new stock of Drugs,
Vf JIcdicine.vJ,"-i-OH"iPerfa'arjr. Ae., Ac,
tSL on the site formerly occupied by the old linn.'
a 48, College street, three doors from Union, where he
will be pleased to wait upon his old friends &nd citizens gen
erally. Particular attention is given to Physicians Pre
scriptions, which will be filled with accuracy and dispatcli.
StntGiCAL IjtsTEOMnsTS. comprising Pocket Ca.es, assort
ed; Pocktt Vial Cases; several new patterns; Speculum?,
assorted; Midwife, Amputating andTrenanning Instruments,
in coses or separate; Tooth Forceji and Keys; Stethetopes.
Cupping Apparatus; Stomach Pumps; Dissection Instrument.-,
ic.. Trusses in every variety a complete assortment
of everything usually kept in this line mar be found at
aug7 J. G. BROWN'S.
CHEMICALS. A large jstocfc, and from the best
manufacturers, some exceedingly rare, never before
brought to this market. Attention of Physicians to this
part of my stock is respectfully solicited.
iiugT J. G. BROWN.
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT Warranted per
fectly pure and fresh; full supply at
ang7 ' J. G. BROWN.
PERFUMERY In every style, French. German aud
American Colognes, Hair Oil.-", Pomades, Ac , Ac. ,
Tcoth Powderand Paste. Pirer's Aromat'c Vinegar. Glenn's
Rose Bear's Oil, Bell Lavender, brown and Willie Windsor
Soap, Barbers Soap in 1 lb bars, together with a general as
sortment of Plain -nd Fancy Soaps, Hair Brushes, Ac Ac.
Shell and Buffalo Dressing aud Fine Comb, Ivory do. Pow
der I'iuTs and Boxes, Lilly White, Alabaster. Ac
aug7 J G BROWN.
-OEKIN TEA COMPANY. I have a full supply of
JL the best qualities of Teas put up bv this Company.
It is the same formerly kept by Kwin, lirown A Co.
gave uch general satisfaction. The Ne Plus Ultn
Tea and Plantation Imperial are thought to be superior to
anr in this market; also, Teas in small caddies of 2 lbs
each. aog7 J G BROWN.
CONGRESS WATER 1 have tiiade arrangements
to keep a conslort supply of this water, which Ireceive
direct from tb Spring; 3 gross just received.
aug7 ' J a BROWN.
QTOSE WAItE Ofall descriptiousaud bet quality;
U also, i lower ro:s, assorieu sizes.
J O BROWN.
BAMBOO FISHING POLES 100 just received;
also, a lull assortment of Fishing Tackle, Limerick
iicoks or Snoods, pointed roles, ts.
J. G. BROWN.
77OR TIIE ILVIR-
JL riou Fluid wB.trry and
Lyons" Katharion.Jiogle's Wype
Clirchufia Irjoopherou. at
J G BROWN.
Q TARCJI. 15 boxes Proctor A Gamble's Peart Starch;
y also, superior article or country made starch.
J. O. BROWN.
TURNIP SEED. A luge lot of Summer and Win
ter, and Summer aud Winter mixed.
aug7 J, O. BROWN.
T7OR.IELLIES. Sparkling Gelatine. Cooper's Sheet
j. i.ussia sneer, anu sural lsu
smglass; aim, a fine lot o
aug7 J. ti. BKUH .1.
LEXINGTON M USTARD, in aud 1 lt Cans;
fresh and just ree'd. aug7 J. tl. BROWN.
"V"EAfT POWDERS and Brown's Ess. Jamaica Gin
L ger. White 1-ead. Red Lead, Chrome Yellow, Chrotno
Green, Ac. Lard Oil, Linseed Oil. Turpentine, Varnish. Ac.
aug7 J G.BROWN, 4. College t.
lilt. J. W. GRAY.
Office in McCombs' New Building, czi Cherry Street, !
lUturern Dtadeneb ami Union.
deai4 12m Rraima'cis Sgwxsec
-5 tierces fresh Rice, just received, and forta
iuly23 JOHNSON, 110 l'NE A COJe
Corner of Sixth and Main Street,
THE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends
and the traveling public in general, that he has leased
tlie above named Hotel for a term of years. Having gone to
rTgreil expense in rebtiDg and refurnishing the same, so
!...:: . j , 1. j. i : i. if... ti : i.
UHlU.ll 13 UUtV EtUUUU IU UU UOLCi ill UIQ 1 C Uljlllllf Ml
alflct attention to busino&iio mcrtfe liberal share ofthe
public favor. J. MOSH ER,
Formerly of the Nashville Inn.
Louis'HIe, July 19 tw a d3m.
aOODS AT- REDUCED PRICES. As the
season is advancing I will offer my s'ock ofSummiir
Goods of every description, at such reduced prices as will
be satisfactory to all. I have a large and beautiful variety
of ladies' dress Goods, Mantillas, 4c, Ao, to which I would
solicit the attention of my friends and the public
!nly22 No. 13, comer Square and Market St.
STRAY IUCK1LVNC0UNTY. Taken np-by M L
Fowlks, living i Hickman cotmty. Tenn., and in Dis
trict No;2," a Mare Mule about 13 hands high, of a block
color, has a small white spot on the right side, some snots on
the shoulders, supposed to be made by the collars, has the
appearance of having the sweuncy, long mano and tale, sup
posed to be about 14 years old. appraised on the 11th July,
1863, at IM. augT It DEEN. Ranger.
"VTEGRO MAN FOR SALE. On the 1st Saturday
J. in August next, we will sell for cash (without reserve)
at the Court House door in Nashville, Tenru, a man 22 years
old, the same sold by David Hughe to Williams A Hatch
ing'- july 2 V r.U A UU i u. Agents.
NOTICE. The public Is hereby notified tliat lioofcs
for Subscriptiou of Strck to the Nashville Coal Com
pany, chartered at the last tession of the General Assem
bly of the State of Tennessee, will be opened on Monday
the 13th inst , at the office of Eugene Underwood, Esq, in
tho city of Nashville.
ALEXANDER ALLISON. ")
RU CASTLEMAN. Commissioners.
EUGENE UNDERWOOD. J
PICKETT, IIACinntDO & CO.,
BANKERS and COMMISSION 21 ERCDTANTS,
.iVA'JT O Jl LEAKS.
WM. S. PICKETT Hat ofthe firm of PICKETT. PER
KINS A CO. and J. R. MACMURDO, Banker, hav
iotr associated themselves in business, will conduct a
Banking and General Commission Business,
iu thw City, under firm of PicKnTr, Macmciido A Co.
Particular attention paid to the sale of Cotton, and to the
uhipment of Supplies aud Merchandise "q
j. x. Dtu-r. w. b. VZT.RT. a. t. Diiar
A1IS0NIA MANDFACrtJRINO COHPANY
Ofie Xo. 19K, iA'i Slre, Zathmile, xmntutt.
mayr nviy. - rt
(8CCCESSOH to . rsTturs A hibt.)
"WKOLESALE GROCEB. RECEIVING, FORWARDING
AND C0KMISSI0N JCERCHANT,
. ,1 .KTOfAK F9X AtWMTv
PUTNAM'S MAGAZINEFOH, AUGUST!
B. 1 1 V
mg W. T. B
W. T. HFRBV x- r- l,. .1.:. .i.. i
W. T. B. & Cor. havw also jun receiivtE
Alexander Smith's ioers. '
De Quinceys Essays oajhe Poeti.
De Quincey'a Historical' and Critical Essays.
Do Qiunceya Literary Reminiscences
Southern Medical Student."
BOSS BEOWN'3 YUSEF.
W. T. BERRY & CO., have just receiTed
1" i j i x- i - . I t.. ... . . ..
"Wit, pathos and instruction are all muted In these
sprightly papers. Barely have we found in a single vcl
utr.e so much to charm and amuse." xi'af.ionai ItUfUujm
err. W. T. B. & Co. nave niso jusi receiveu -
POPE'S -HOMER'S HEAD, with Flaxman's illustration
BOSWELLS JOHNSON, 'vith illustrations.
MISS" AUSTINS NOVELS, 54 calf.
HAZLETT3 WORKS, 11 t. caTt
HAZLETT3 LIFE OF NAPOLEAN, 4v.
" - OLD BOOKS.
, "W. T. BERRY & CO., have recently received
1. Richardson's Clarissa Harlowe,- 7 vo;
2. Richardson's Pamela, 4 vo;
4. Madame De Sevigne's Letters, 7 yo-
5. Myles Corerdales, Translation of the Bible.
C. The Spectator, Tattler and Guardian 1 vo's. full
morocco, gilt, 1797. jane 17
HEW ENGLISH BOOKS.
"W. T. BERRY Jc CO. have just received
THESAURUS OF ENGLISH WORDS AND PHRASES
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- - - BANK OF NASHVILLE.
NasnnUc, Augurf ,T353.
SIGHT and time Exchange bought and sold On ll ac
cessible points in the United Slate. City Notes and
acceptances discounted. Gold and Silver and nncorrent
money boueht and sold on the most fvorab'terms
h N HOBSON, President.
Bg7 WESLEY WHELESS, Cashier.
15RICE OF GOLD REDUCED. The scUing
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above"prico N HOllSON. PresiuVnt.
augT 1 m WESLEY WHELESS, Cashier .
LAJJDFOR SALE.I offer for sale the- tract of
Land on which I reside, lying on Cumlieriand River
at the mouth of Sycamore, in Davidson County, containing
517 acres, a large portion of which b river and crett bot
tom land of snperior quality and finely timbered. There is
about 33 acres cleared and good improvements I will
also sell the crop of Corn and Oat, with a stock cf Bogs,
Cattle, Cordwood, Fanning Utenstb, Ac, Ac.
t or terms, apply w ine unuersigneu vu wj pvuisc, w
to A STEVENS, at W. H. Calhoun's Public Square. Nash
vili. Jl v Post Office is BeUsburg, Dixon county, Terra,
August 6-dAw2w CIURLESSYMES.
LouisviKe Journal will please copy to the amout, of i5tand
forward account to tliisotGcc.
JN.SEElF olL.-5 barrels Linseed Oil Jest received
and for sale by aug 7 STRETCH A PER.
rpANNERS' PIL. 2 casks Tanners' Oil of too best
X quality. KecetwdaadlorsaiaDy
STRETCH A QRR.
T ARD OIL. 9 barrel pare ftweet ao rute-xaru
Just receifed and flM
SPERM OIL. 2 borreis bt Winter Sperm Oil tt,f
ceifed'an-l for sale by aug7 STRETCH A OUR.
AROMATIC SCHNAPPS. 1 barrel Sheidham'a
Aromatic Schnapps, t pure Holland Gin. JustreorUed
and fo.- sale by aug7 STRETCH A 0JSR.
PURE WINES AND BRANUY.Lontton rort
Wine: Malaga Wine; sherry Wine; Sweet Malaga Wine;
I Jamaica Rum; French Brandy. Received and for r ale by
SlUfcTUU 4 UKK, wnoiesaieana neisii uroraun,
r.ngT Corner College and Dmon streets, Nashville.
7EESH RECEIPTS BY NICH0L & PEACOCK.
"VTKW FLOUR. leO bags St Louis Mills expressly
i for family use aog7 NICHOL A PEACOCK. '
PTtAR CAN D L ES. 300 boxes, half and qnarter boii
O Star Candles. aog7 NICHOL A PEACOCK.
IJGARS. 20 bbls St Louis Crushed Sugar;
10 - " " Powdered "
a07 NICHOL A PE.C0CK. 1
7i OLDEN SYRUP.
I krgs Golden S vitro.
NICHOL A PEACOCK.
TAVA ANI li-viitiKA i-uj'x-iiii-a Dags
f I old Government Java Cofiee ; bsgs Lagoyra CoSVr;
150 bagsRio Coffee. NICHOL A PEACOCK.
LaiSDEa . STi.yE.NSos. Bonorr u Nfnrrc
STEVENSON & WHITE.
Ac. 50, CoUege street.
HAVE on hand alanre and desirable stock cf STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which they will sell
very cheap for cash, in order, to, reduce their stock before
thev receive their Fait purchases. All of you who like good
bar'gai" give them a call. aogtr
-TTTn have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Lech's
V V DRESS GOODS, such as plaia, checked and bro
cade Silks; Silk Robes Berages and Borage Robes; arid a
large lot of beautiful French Muslins, all of which will be
sold extremely low for cash by
angt STEVENSON A WHITE.
F RENCIL .NEEDLE WORKS. STEVENSON
A WHITE have just received a, very largo irteek of
Frcneh Needle Works, such as Collars, Sleeves, Cniaxizetts,
HandkcrchicGj Edgings, InsertiDgs, Ribbons, At, which
they are selling at very reduced prices for cash aag4.
OUSE-FURNISHLNG GOODS. We taTe.,tut
received a. large stock of Damask, Liatn Shcjtsand
Linen Sheetings, Table Damais, and a largo lot of Ptun
Linen Napkins and Damask Towels, which will be sold Try
low for cash by augt STEVENSON A WUrVE.
pi entlejien-s"u1sitTng GOODS.
JT All you who wish to purchase Cloihs, Casaimer
V citings Linens, Patent Shirts, linen and. DrillirigJ)r w-
- . .c . . . i . , -( . r. - r 1. 1
ers, xiau-uose, uoen na cni. naji
Cravats, call in at STEVENSON A1
lesre street, for they are relihiironty
.dr.tomakaroom"artli8if.?aa"Stoc ' -wgi
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