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Ki.iToiu? and pftorRTETona.
WEDNESDAY XOROTX G, AUGUST 17, 1833.
V havunow returns from the counties of Obion
and Tiptoiu Dbiou .gives Joltxsch 192,-tnA Hehit
617. Tipton gives Johnson 527r and Hexrt 284.
-Tho aggregates, recording to the Banner's figures,
1 (inserting die fnll vote of Perry, instead of the ma-
jbritj, as given by that paper,) are lor Jonxsos, 63,
22Sj for Henry, 01,012; majority for Jonssos; 2,210.
fTheso returns arc nearly all official, and the remain-
t5rf2er -reliable. The domocr&tic vote is the largest
n- CgycVcdst in this State, and the whig vote b the
Sfr, 'a" V vtl..j .......... .0
33ft;cepjuoh. of tin vole for Governor Campbell two
- Tor Congress the democrats elect vc members
and the vrliigs fire. The official majority for Brook-ih-j-Cav-pukix,
in the first district,. is 143. The
democrats carry one whig district and lose one of
their own strongest districts, by local divisions.
The State Senate is democratic thirteen to
twelve, lie JTouse is whig 41 to 31.
Sam. Smith beats Vax Dyke in tlio third district;
.overcoming n small whig majority, and coming out
1537- votes ahead! That 'will do! Ami, by die
wayjjlie "next Congress' will. not contain abetter
democrat or a hotter man' than Sam. Smith. Like
pur new Governor, hois a, self-made, man; andwith-r-$nteii"-yars-.frm
the-time when, a-oor lioy, he
commenced the. study of law$ -he is elected to ro
'jprcsent hij Qiftrict a, whig districi.nt .that in
Congress, beating one of the ablest whigs in itiif
teen hundred votes.
Gol.. Chuih-iiwkll, loo, in the second district, has
'".inflictejl another "Waterloo defeat upon his oppo-
ncnt Flis district gave Scott a majority of 1300
votes; yet he heals-his opponent a skillful debater
and an industrious canvasser abont 1000 votes!
Stan'toVs election, too, although he liad a less
'-whig majority to overcome and although liis major
ity is les3, is as great .a triumph a3 Smith's or
GinmoiiwF.u.'A Party lines were more closely
.drawnin his district than in the other two, and his
opponent .was a' man of great personal popularity.
Under these circumstances, the State owes the
tenth district a vote, of thanks for retaining in her
service a gentleman of tlio ability and influence of
The whig presses-say that theycotiW liavu carried
the State. Xovv tee think tliat" they arc mistaken.
, W think the Whigs made a much Stronger effort
tO'citrry the Statu. than was made by the' demq
crats. Wt think their organization was. much bet-
ter than ours indeed, we had none at all. We
.think, too, that confidence of success greatly aided
the whigs, wliile a want of such confidence mate-
-Tially ftijured us. We have no doubt, farther, tliat
the misrepresentations of Johnson's white basis
-resolution prevented hundreds of whigs from voting
for him, who would otherwise have given Inn
their votes. Then Sumner fell three hundred votes
below her real democratic strength on a railroad
issue; and sci on through a long chapter. We hon-.
estly believe that had the democrats made as strong
an e:Tort as was made by the whigs, had they la
bored with a similar confidence of success, and liad
-they bsen as little distracted by immaterial issues as
were the whigs Johnson'-a majority would have
been five thousand.
Comparing this vote with tliat two years ago,
and we find that the democratic vote ha3 increased
1555, and the lrig vote lias decreased 2521. We
think these whigs, tired of whiggery, have voted
for Johnson; while two or three thousand democrats,
-of the Sumner species, have failed to vote.
. 11b. Bornsco aku the Wasoixotom U.vios. The
home eorn-spondent of the Washington RepuUia
- relatrs the following: "Quite a scene is said to'liave
btf 'n enacted at .Mr. Marcy's quarters on Sunday
- morning. It seems the Secretary did return on
Saturday, and on abbatii ly.rzn 3L Bodisoo, having
somehow obtiiiJ. a copy of the Union,- (probably
soi-.7.:'hbor's, as he don't take it since he stop-
' ed it a few days ago,) he was fired with indigna
.tion because of its article on the Kossta affair, arid
"proceeded forthwith to the Secretary's room, and
- complained most pitcously of the horribly discord
ant music of the organ, which had o entirely unfitted
him for Sabbath duties. He also raved consistently
against Juista, declaring him a felon, and tliat he
was arrested as such for having stolen the crown
nud regalia of Ilungary. Mr. Marcy assu-ed him tliat
the 'latter fact had not been made known to the Gov
ernment in any other shape, and approved the sen
timents reprobated by ZiL Dodisco. So the story is
'told me, and I think there is little doubt of its ac
curacy. These undignified and insulting attempts
of a' foreign ambassador to muzzle the American
proas arc certainly becoming too frequent for toleration.
PtmeiiASK of Mount Vkkxon. The Boston Posi
publisher a correspondence betwicn Mr. Isaac .
' Shepard, of tluit city,and Hon. Edward Everett and
.lIon. Allxt Liwrtyiec, relative to the purchase of
lsthe Mount Vernon estate. Mr. Shepard proposes to
' 'rakiMi fund of ?350,000 by public subscriptions of
one dollar each, to purchase the proper!', support a
superintendent, &c, Messrs. Everett anil Lawrence
think.thc proposition well worthy of consideration,
but say tlie' "the subject is one, in reference to
which the country at large will regard with some
jealosy the prominent action of individuals." A
gentleman at Columbus, Oluo, pledges himself,
through the Xalioml Intelligencer, to be one of two
hundred parsons to raise $1,000 each to make the
jmrvhase on belialf of the people of the United
CiiAUACTriusTie or Tiir.M. Until the TAiiut ad-
'Itl xflM ...
"iitimisir.iiioii fsim( jiiio XLt!iiee. tnero nau Deen
retained in t lie Brooklyn Navy Yard two of the old
.3nnniw wliloli Gnu. .Tacicsov 1i:ii1 t.-iki'ii from tln
f British in lfilo, at Isew Orleans They were ob
- jeeia of greatcuriosity, and so highly valued b' the
olfieers of the Yard, on account of their singular
' ftntructiou, being strengthened by thick bands of
bar iron, tliat their history has been frequently nar
.Rited to strangers visiting the Yard. It appears
tliat the late Whig administration ordered all the
'old guns to be sold, and, although the officers of the
t Yard appoa'u-d twice to save these guns, and for
warded to Washington an explanation relative to
. theii history and peculiarity, the order for their, sale
X was twice imperatively repeated, and they were fi
' z J' sacriGcc(1' 11 i;5 only to lie wondered at that
- jthe old haters of Jackson- did not have all the looks
of-the country gathered up. and the history of that
tyrtat htUle expunged from them.
The value of imports of the colony of Aus--traila
for the year 1S51 amounted to 1,05C,000
and the following year to 4.914,000. The increase
in the amount of the export produce for the same
period is still more striking, being from 1,-121,000
,to 7,452,000. A large amount of gold, it has
- since been ascertained, was exported from tho col
; on v, but not included in this sum of 7,452,000, a
. .careful estimate of which gives the total of 14,
is J)50,000 as Uie value of the entire exports for the
s EST" The Wilmington Journal says that there
are at least 400 miles of railway in North Carolina,
..instead of 260 miles, as stated in some of the papers.
' There arc also nearly 700 miles more in course of
construction or proposed to be built, 220 of which
on'the Central road are far advanced to comple
tion. Between 50 and 60 miles will be finished by
Tlf "KOm AFFAIR. j
With regard to the co nduct of Commander Ingra-
ham, the Washington Union speaks, in an approving?
lone, and adds '
We maintain, that aa the commander of- the St." .
Louis, he was not only, authorized to.resort to.;'fUni--cable
interposition," but that it wa3 his duty to his
government to exert just as much power oj teat ne
cessary to arrest the Austrian mdrugt and prevent its
-consummation. Of-whaV avail would Ufa '"amicable
interposition ' haye been? Kosta was set upon by a
band of lawless ruffians employed by the Austrian
consul; he was overpowered, put' in chains, and-car
ried to the Austrian vessel, to be conveyed to Aus
trian dungeons. Captain Jngraham was put in com
mand of the American vessel, and intrusted with the
'sacred duty of guarding American citizens, and those
enjoying the-right of American protection, against
such outrages. What was his duty in the premises?
We have no hesitation in saying that jtwas liis du
ty to use all the force necessary to protect Kosta;
and we unhesitatingly declare it as our opinion,
that if he had poured a broadside into the Austrian
brig and sunkhef to the bottom, that, in view of the
outrage perpetrated by the Austrian consul ip. kid
napping Jvosta, the world would have regarded it
as an act justifiable under the circumstances. "Capt.
Ingraham, however, determined to try a lefe de
gree of force, and for h'13 forbearance, we are now
uotifietl that Austria may demand' reparation.
Resting our opinion n'poh the facts as detailed by'
the .London Times, and as thev appear ih the cor
respondence, we think the circumstances:au'tiorize
us to give -an entirely favorable cony ruction to the
nrpceedings of Capt. Ingraham." We do not see
howhs could liavc done les3 without incurrihg.tho
risk of having been censured fof want of prompt
ness anil energy, and:without producing theimpres
rioii tliat the American flag does not furnish com
plete protection to American citizens against insult
There is. one point of view in which we look upon
the aflair as fortunate it lias occurred nndcr eir
cumstanccs which fix upon it the attention or the
whole world. CapL Ingraham lias displayed the
true American spirit; he hasshown tliat he compre
hends the liigh responsibility that rests upon the
commander of an American ship; he .has shown that
lie properly, appreciates the high privilege of being
an American citizen. The moral effect of his example-
will tell well upon the American name; and we
shall be greatly disappointed if the result does not
prove, when Austria demands reparation, that our
governmentwill show its determination to maintain
for our name an elevated standard in the estimation
of the lowers of Europe.
TOKfclGN XEWS V THE .BALTIC.
The foreign files by tho Baltic, from Liverpool the
27 tli ult, furnish the annexed details:
The Baltic has a very heavy-cargo, and nearly a
second cargo liau to-be reiused for' want oS room.
On the 20th, the following notice was posted on the
'Cargo for the 'Baltic,' for New York, will be re
ceived -at the IIusUsson.JDock to-morrow, at 8 o'
clock. In consequence of the great pressure of
goods, snippers wiu tiave to determine tlieir priority
of-shipment'of gooJs now" in town - and ' ready for
shipment, bjr casting lots, at Brown, Shipley itCo'a.
this afternoon." In aeeordaupc with this invita
tion, over seventy merchants assembled, and .drew
lots for precedence. The export to America has
seldom, if ever, been.so active from Liverpool as ft
is at present
Grkat Britain". It will interest good Britons to
learn tliat the Queen is recovering from the.attafck
The Colonial Church regulations Bill was' reada
third time, and has passed in the Lords. The Com
mons had fmtltec discussed the bill to regulate the
government of India, the succession bill and others
of minor import. Mr. Ifume has obtained-another
committee on the subject of the slave trade. "Mr.
Gladstone's scheme- to free from stamp duty news
paper supplements containing advertisements only,
was atlinned by the Commons b;' a division of 02
against 50. This measure is intended solely jvs a
sop to the Timos, no other paper in Britain-publishing
supplements of the nature referred to.
A grand review of the fleet at Spithead, Tiy the
Queen, is spoken of to tike placo beginning of
August. Twenty-seven ships of war, carrying 1,
423 guns, are to take part in the manoeuvres. - Of
these vessels 14 have auxiliary steam, and G are
"Stoke's American wonders, Miss Eliza and young
Leon" who are they? are announced as the
equestian attractions of Vauxhall Gardens, London.
Ireland. The committee appointed to devise a
suitable testimonial to Mr. Dargan, have issued their
address to the public They propcriy decide to
make the testimonial not in tho shape of a personal
gift, but in the more enduring form of an educa
tional establishment, to be called "The' Dargan In
The Queen is expected to visit Dublin about the
5th or Ctli of August.
O'Connell's house, in Merrion-Squarc-Soutlr,
Dublin, for fort- years the residence of the late
liberator, was sold the other dav, for 250, to John
O'Farrell, barrister. The house was raisei-abb put
The accounts of the potato crop continue hope
ful, and, so far, there is every reason to believe that
the disease, if it has at all made, its appearance, is to
so limited an extent as to be scarcely worth notic
ing. Another fortnight, or less time, will set all
doubts at rest Setting aside the reports of inter
ested parties, it would appear that the agricultural
prospects of the Island are far from, unfavorable.
All kinds of grain are stated to be very healthy
and fast progressing to maturity. The yield- of
wheat will be short, even shorter than in former
scasonSjbnt this deficiency will be fully compensated
by the abundance of oats and barley, as well as all
Sr-Ais. French and Spanish Intrigues for a Mexi
can Monurclty. Madame MunOz, Queen Christina,
issaid to have deeper plans than appear as the os
tensible object of her present residence in Paris.
Madarne's well known ability in intrigue, of course
cuts off all sources of reliable information, but the
story goes that her maternal solicitude aims at no
thing short of placing one of the young Munozes
on the throne of Mexico! The idea of converting
Mexico into a monarch' is not a new one, and is re
ceived with wonderful f.ivor' by that extensive clas
of Europeans who are dissatisfied with what they
are" pleased to call the "cupidity of the United
States." Tim plan of Mdme. Christina Munoz is to
marry her eldest (Munos) daughter to prince Napo
leon, and to set upthe young couple witii a royal
or imperial throne in one of the South American
States. Mexico is the most desirable State" for the
puqiose, but the difficulty arises that Santa. Anna
wants tQ le king himself) and is trying hard" to ef
fect an alliance with Spain, with that object- Al
though this looks pretty much like gossip, there is
believed to lie considerable truth in it.
Russia and Turkey. Reported Negotiations to
Piircliaie a 2fe,Iiterranean Fori for Vie United
Slaies The Russian Doings in Vie Principalities
The. Costa Affoir.
Advicesby mail from Constantinople were to tho
8th. They mention only that frequent conferences
were taking place between the Divan and the Am
bassadors of the great European powers. The Porte
liad given the Austrian Minister all the satisfaction
sought for the late assassination at Smyrna. Three
of the assassins, all Italians, had been arrested; but
the fourth, a Hungarian, who actually stabbed the
victim, had escaped.
Despatches .had been received at lcnna, direct
from Bucharest. They staU-d tliat the Turks had
made no preparations to cross the Danube. Their
forces were being concentrated at Shumla, and they
were engaged in Pravadi, a town between Shumla
The Russians have built a permanent bridge over
the Prutli, at Leowa, and arc making a military road
into the interior.
M Costa, at last accounts, was still in the safe
keeping of the .French Consul.
AuirniA Actisg, as Meditatop. in the Turk
ish Dispute. From Vienna 17th, despatches re
ceived by mail say that St Petoisburg advices were
altogether pacific The Czar was thought to have
accepted the proposals of France for the settlement
n .1: i n.i at ,i (.,.mlMn'
Ol 1113 UISIJUIVJ Mill! IIUJICJ. no ahvj tiiuiuii,
Russian Minister at Vienna, on the ICth, presented
to the Emperor, Francis Joseph, a letter froni the
Czar, containing themost pacific assurances.
The greatest confidence in the maintenance of
peace prevailed at Vienna, and the final settlement
of the dispute was expected by tho end of August.
It was thought that the Austrian Cabinet, having
at length become alive to the dangers that would
grow out of war, were really using their endeavors
to bring about asettlemcnt, but the cavalier tone in
which they were treated by tho Czar had galled the
Austrian meditators exceedingly.
The telegraph mentions that on the 5th of July,
when the Hungarian and Italian refugees serenaded
Mr. Marsh, ut Constantinople, he came on the bal
cony and chceredfor the freedom of the United States,
Italy, and Hungary.
The directors of the Milwaukie andilis
sissippi railroad have closed thecoutract for the com
pletion ol their road to the Mississippi, at $25,000
per raile,"thoroughly equipped.
From the New York Ben.
TWO "WEEKSLATER JKEWS,
The SteamshiD Star of the West, C.ipt T.'ll
blcklepaugh, arrived at ten o'clock, Aug.'9th, ia 7
rlaiM and ID hours from Sail Jun del Norte, with
W passengera, ooi,aoi ju guui vra "'."b"!
and $500,000 in tlieliands of passengers.-.
She brmg3San Francisco dates perPacifio .steam
ship Brother Jonathan to 3 b'elocfcVP.-M. of 16th
ultimo. j ,
The gold dust shipped on the 17th,- by the steam-eT3John-L.Stephen3and-B'rotherJorHitltairJ:amount-e-v
to two millions of dollars.- :
The-AVhigs of California hlave'nonjinated William
Waldoj1 for Governor; Henry-End, for Lieutenant
Governor; Tod Robinson, for judge of the Supreme
Court;Tavid"R.Newell, for JCttotney General; and
Gilbert Et Winters, for State Comptroller.
(From the Alta Cali&rriian. July 16.)
"We have no news of strikmgdroportance to re
cord.iince the sailing oflhe. steamer of the lstinst.
The most interesting event of . the i fortnight being
tlje proceedings of the State-Heform Convention,
which assembled at Sacramento on theGth.
The " Convention met as Whigs: but, although
their nominations were all of-.men belonging to
that party, they in a great measure abandoned
strictly partisan grounds and assumed the position
of Reformers, avowing as the leading object of the
campaign, opposition to the stupendous and almost
incredible system ot official corruption sot unscru
lously practiced during the last four years, and now
so.boldly defended by the clique of office holders
whOjhave.usurped the name of Democracy.. The
refdrm movement is very generalthroughout the
State, and unless theSacramento- nominees should
be so indiscreet ai to make the campaign upon gen
eral political issues, the movement will be success
ful, and another year will witness the regeneration
of the government of California. The people are.
tired and disgusted with-the senseless demagogue
ism of .the old party cries of Democracy and Whig
gery, and will support the men who will advocate
James Collier,, formerly collector of this port, ha3
been indicted by the grand-jury of the county, for
feloniously using money bslonging to the United
The summer fires are doing much damage in the
mountains and valleys, and large quantities of grain
have been destroyed! The wheat crop is also suf
fering from rust
Lola Montez was married to Mr. Hull, recently
of the San Francisco Whig.
Agriculture generally thriving. Tho mining
news was still favorable.
Tho mammoth, tree in Calaveras county, the
Greatest and most wonderful production of .the veg
ctable kingdom ever known, has been sacrilegious
ly cut down for speculative purposes.
Six months ago, where nowstands the handsome
village of "lone Valley, t.iere was not. a. house;
now there are suosianiiai uweiung nouses,, noieis, a
church, livfry stable, sawmills, stores, &c
An immense business in the way of mining is do
ing at White Rock, 4 miles from Placcrville. Rich
durainas Lave also been discovered in die hills at
the hQad of Rich Gulch. One of the parties sunk a
shall some 30 feet, and took ten ounces ot gold from
cu buckets ot dirt
The new members orthe Land Commission or
ganized the Board on the 8th inst. The members
were all present, viz : " Alpheus 1'elch, "Thompson
Campbell 'and K. A. Thompson. V. . Howard,
U.S. Law Agent, and Robert Greenhow, Associate
Law Agent George Fischer, Secretary, and Sam.
Marx, Deputy Marshal.
A Chinese church is to be built in this city. 42by
45 feet, 3 stories high. It will be devoted to mor
al and religious instruction, under the "superintend
ence of Geo, Athel, of the See Yup Co.
A new and beautiful edifice, recently erected by
the members of the J; irst Congregational IJhurch,
in this city, was dedicated, with the usual ceremo
nies, on the 10th.
The country between the Calaveras and Mokel-
umne Rivers, is thriviuz in its agriculture. The
nonulation has increased irreat'y since lastseasou.
The soil seems "to suffer less from drouth than that
of Southern plains. Fruit is most successfully cul
The town of French Corrol was destroyed by fire
on the Sth July; loss $o0,000.
The town of Oohir was also burnt; loss $S0,000.
The Clipper Race. Tlio San Francisco Whig of
the 15th savs :
Those who take any interest in the great clipper
race " between four of the most celebrated ships
afloat, will remember that, on the 15lh of March
tlio Surprise and Empress of the Seas sailed from
.Ne w 1 orlc and tho storm h.mg and ueo.-ge iv eD
ster from Boston. The last three are consequently
120 days out to-day, the Surprise having arrived
on Saturday, the 9Ui inst- making the passage in
110 days. The Surprise made the passage from
2Tew York to San Francisco in 90 days, in 1851,
and has always been regarded as a "heeler," even in
the tiara of gems among which she is classed.
Shj has been within 10 days sail of this port for
28 davs previous to her arrival. "What bets Ql any)
were mitde between the four clippers we have not.
learned, but the Surprise has distanced them alL
The Empress of the Sea arrived yesterday after
noon. She drew Zi leet wnen sue saueu, lue
Storm Kins? 20i. and the Surprise 21. These
draughts are generally materially, lessened before
the eud ot tin; passage.
The San Francisco Herald. says :
Many of the unfortunate' native Californians who
have been despoiled of their lands by the squatters,
have been forced in their helplessness, to tail back
for subsistence on their cattle. But even these, it
seems by proceedings at Contra Costa, are not se
cure against the spirit of rapine that is boldly stri
king through the land. The owners have actually
been resisted in the attempt to carry off their own
cattle to a place of safety, wnere they might no
longer be exposed to the attacks of thieves and rob
bers. In this city thequatters are deliberately en
gaged in seizing upon all the lands that may not
happen to be improved, and in many instances they
do not respect improvements. Valuable lots, be
longing to private individuals, which have Deen
fenced in at considerable expense, are very coolly
taken possession of by some fellow with a big pis
tol, and the owner, on remonstrating, is threatened
with his life. How long are such outrages to be
China. The San Francisco papers arc greatly
interested by the news from China It is to the
same date as that received by us by the way of
England, and of i irsc of the same import The
Californians anticipate great 'commercial advan
tages from the success of the Christian revolution
ists. From Svn'sEr. Papers to April G. AVe learn
that much dissatisfaction is felt at the deceptions
practiced is -England to introduce emigration to the
colonies. It may do well for Americans to be post
ed up in this matter. During the week ending the
lift of April, 12,770 ounces of gold dust arrived at
Sidney, supposed to be about the products of the
An. official estimate gives the following as the
mintng.populat'on of Australia; 15,000 at Mount
Alexandria, 15,000 at Bendigo, 1500 at Korong,
JoOO atDairy Hill, 1000 at Ballarah, and 3UUU at
the Ovens, making 40,000 in the aggregate.
Ouecon. The returns' of the late election in Ore
gon, though incomplete, give General Lane a ma
jority of 1500 votes as delegate to Congress.
Tne journeymen printers of Oregon and Wash
mtrton Territories recently held a Convention in
. Portland, to organize a Typographical Society.
They established as rates of compensation 1500
per annum, or S5 per day. Crops look well in Ore-
gon. There are lour steamers now uuuuing ou uie
Columbia and Williametto rivers, and nine running,
Three vears aso there was none. New coal dis
coveries have been made in Oregon, aud it is said
to exist in large quantities within a few miles of the
Columbia river. Cold has also Deen uiscovereu in
considerable Quantities on the head waters of the
Santiano, O. T. Some prospectors obtained $4 per
day by panning. The mines m southern uregon
are also said to be doing well. It is said that ex
Gov. Gaines (of Oregon) was a candidate for con
stable at the late election and was defeated. How
are the mighty fallen.
REVIEW OFTnE mahket.
(From the San Francisco Prices Current, July 15.)
Since our issue for the steamer of the 1st, a large
amount of business has been transacted principal
ly during the latter half of the fortnight The trade,'
generally, anticipating the arrival of a large' fleet
of vessels, many of them overdue, had allowed their
stocks to run low; consequently a large portion of
the leading articles of the heavy importations of the
past week met with ready sale, at rather improved
The falling of the water in the upper rivers causes
country buyers to feel anxious about sending for
ward their supplies before freights advance, and we
therefore look to see a better feeling in tbe market,
although our very heavy stocks preclude the hope
of any immediate improvement of consequence in
The arrivals of the fortnight comprise eighteen
from foreign, eighteen from Eastern domestic, and
thirtv-six from home domestic ports.
-.FisAJfCiAL Rsvaw. In Gold Dust, the great sta
ple, therehas been a decided tendency" towards, a
diminution' jh the supply. This, however,-was an
ticipated, and has been caused by tbe "falling of the
natural "supply of Water in, the extre.ms.diggin'ga.
Money Is in demand at,3a4-pef centtper month,
depending, as usual, .on th'e natusa of the security.
It is unnecessary to repeat tbe causes, of the 'pres
ent scarcity of money inSan Francisco; all nnder
stand here and abroad, that the low price ofmer'
chandise, and. the immense sum's invested Tn freight,
are the principal, if not the only -ones. Acessation.of
shipments, which must ere long take place, will
bring the proper-relief and, our merchants may
then reap a harvest to compensate for the want
of profit, to say nothing of the actual-losses, attend
ingtthua far,.the year's business. High-prices cause
an excessive inflation, and ruinous loiy ones as ex
cessive a-depression, this last in California; always
follows the first, as a natural consequence of our
distance from the sources of supply.
Oases Boots, S2ies9 &c.
E. S.HOLLINS&CO., .
TTnOLESAtE AND RETAIL DEAXERS,
"So. 21 and S6, Corner of College and union streets,
HAYE received for the FALL-ASD WiyTER TRADE
1200 CASES zoom SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
TJtUNKS, &z. Being t!ie LARGEST STOt'K cf Goods
they have ever offered in this market, acd which for qvahty,
price aod varieiyW&l equal any Stock iq the City.
Merchants and all titfieri making their purchases in
Nrshville, will findit to their INTEREST to give our Stock
on examination before burin?.
R. S, IIOLLINS & CO.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, received .in,
eichange for Goods at the highest market price.
ug!7 If B w o .
AXDHEW J. DO'CAX, IKI1T M0IM1AX.
CEOKGS SEAEJCIIT. FIU.VCI3 l"VEMAX.
DUNCAN, jrCRGAN & CO.,
AUCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WHOLESALE
FOREIGN AND D0EESTIC DRY G00D3.
REFERRIXG to Card above, Andrew J. Dnncan having
associated wiUi him in business Jlu'srs. Morgan, Fur
nian & Searicbt, foi the purpose of conducting more exten
sively the Wholesale Dry Goods, Auction and Commission
Business, ia the city of Nashville, under the style and firm
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.,
And having taken the large and' commodivns Store and
Warehouse of Samuel Seay, tender the services of the new
firm, and pledge their best efforts for ihc promotibn of your
interest, and solicit consignments of Foreign hud Do
mestic Dry Goods, Hoots, Shoes, lints, Caps,
and Itlerchaiidi-c encrnlly; Also, Southern and
Our experience and facilities, -with a prompt and faithful
attention personally, are pledged for any interest you or
your friends may confide tons. We arc prepared to make
cash advances, and grant the usual facilities on consign
ments. Very respectfully,
Vnur obedient servants,"
ANDREW- J. DUNCAN,
We shall, at the opening of the Fall Season, offer a large
and complete stock or New Goods, from Manufacturers and
Importer, and will preheat the strongest inducement to
cash buyers and prompt business men.
DUNCAN, MORGAN & CO.
Nashville, Aug. 17th, 1S53. -
DAGUEARRAN STOCK AND PICTURE ESTABLISH
DOBYSS & YE ABOUT, Nashville, Tennessee, College
Douy.vs & Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Dout.vs & Riourdson. Morssewct, New York
Dqbtks & Spauldixo, St Louis, Mo.
Dobtxs & Yeaboct, Memphis, Tenn.
Donrss 4 IUbrinoto.', New Orleans.
At any of the above establishments, jou can procure as
fine Pictures as can be had in any city, of uny desired style
or finish, as we have every improvement, and expect lo
keep up with any andall improvements. We are prepared
in either city to furnish artists with everyarticle used in the
art Our arrangements are suclv we can furnish stock on
tbe most reasonable terms. DOBYNS iCO.
N. B. Pictures taken in any kind of weather.
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
No. 52 Cedar Smcitr.
WOULD respect fully inform all who have any use
for the services of a Barber, that be has at th-s time
in his employ a number or the best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or a pair of shears ia
Nashville. His shop is fitted up neatly, and gentlemen may
always confidently rely upon prompt attention and comfor
table shaving. He hopes to continue to receive a liberal
share of encouragement from nn intelligent public that
knows how to discriminate between "gilt and gold o'er
dusied." aug 17
"VTEGROES FOR SALE On Saturday next at 11
IN o'clock, ai the Court Hour e dnor in Nashville, will be
sold a family of negroes, consisting of husband and wife,
and one boy 10 years old, one boy ts tears old. and a girt 5
years old. augl7tf JACOB McGAVOCK.
AUCTION SALE OF FURNTXTIRE.
I WILL sell at my store, on College street, on Friday, Au
gust 13th, at llVi'clock, A. M., a desirable lot of House
holuand K'tchen Furniture, consisting of bureaus. Ward
robes, Bedsteads, Tables. Chairs, Feather Beds, 1 line Hair
Mattrass, 1 Florida Moss Mat rass, Cooking Stvp, Ac.
Terms Cash. auglT L. MOSES. Auctioneer.
OIIIRTS. Just received an assortment of Shirts, with
U and without Collars.
For sale bv
MYERS A McGILL.
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS. We have yet on
hand a few fine Sole Leather Trunks, which we
will sell low to make room for our Fall stock.
Also a few fine Buggy Trunks. For sale bv
aug!7 MYERS "A McGILL.
Genu' Furnishing Store, 58 Cellge street, near the Square.
T?OR ST. LOUIS The new and
l solenoid egnt drai-gut . passenger
j t r i 11- ivro'ii t . if... - ..v.vtE rl
Maitcr, will leave fo the above and all in-1 '3'-acf t;r
termediate ports, on Wedaesdav, the 17th. at 2 o'clock
P.M. ' A. HAMILTON.
T70R ST. LOUIS. The S B KEPUP
. LIC. Corbitt. Master, will learn for
at j-onis on t riflay, Aug. 19tn, at 3 o clock
i" m. for ircignt or
or passage apply oa board, or to
A. UAHILTUa, Agent.
IMPORTER ASTJ DEALER IS
CHINA, GLASS, AND QUE ENS WARE, ami
Aug. in, 1853, lm . NASHl'ILLE, TENN.
Glassware A very large and splendid assortment,
now in store, cheap for cash or to punctual dealers, at
f HICKS' CHINA HALL.
Qneeustt'nre The lanrest and most complete
06stk erpr-lififoro nfiVrnrl in this martpt pml.nifincr
'tis everything usually lent in similar establishments.
for the Country or City Trade, at
AUg. Iti IllVKS Ulll.A HAl.U
tSr CHINA In ever)' variety of shape and qual
i-!'litv. nf KnMish Frpnfh nil flprmnli m-innl'ir-lim
G'leaper than the sanie quality and stjlecan be
boitirht on Broadway. New 'York, at Retail or
Wholesale. It" you dou't believe it. try it at
auglfi HICKS' CHINA HALL.
V WARE-rianished and Ja
Plated and German Silver ares,
pan d Till. Silver
and Fancy Articles, suitable for Presents. Kitchen utensils
in great variety, at
auglC HICKS' CHINA HALL.
Tl") ARTICULAR ATTKNTION-Is reoeTto
X the unusually large and splendid assortment of extra- I
nne TEA, 111.--.:. DKSSEUT, UiiA JUiiii", TOILETTE,
and TETE-A-TETE SETTS, of French, German and Eng
lish manufacture. Also, fine Cut, Silrcrtd and Bohemian
GljftwareVowU, Vases, Decanters, Tumblers, Cliam-
Sagne and Wine Glasses, Goblets, Fruits, Boxes, Colognes,
ewclry Stands, and Fancy Articles generally.
Thisitook is fresh from the manufacturers, of our own
importation, and superior inducements will be offered to the
iraae ana private families, lleuo not intend to be under
sold l.iany house in this or any other marlel
A call is solicited, at "Hicks Cui.va Hall," No. 46,
Northsido Public Squaie. A. II, HICKS.
Nashville, Aug 16, 1S53. 1m d
AVERY desirable building Lot in Dr. DaridMc- 5"
Gavock's Plot, fronting li0 feet on JefiersouJ
street, and running back 1st) feet to another street 4u teet
wide, aud within BOO yards of a never foiling well of good
water. There are seven large shade trees in it. The loca
tiou is high and healthy and within 20 minutes walk of the
Square, and in full view of the city. It can be had ou very
f-nquirs at Francisco A Whitman's, No 23 Public Square.
ACCOUNTANT GOLD PENS.
TOON RUTLAND liavo just received a new supply of
these reiable. Pens, warranted .
auglC 44, Union fat
GENTLEMEN'S FINE LASTING SHOES.
a cut's Super Lasting Monroes ;
" (Ryans) super Cloth Congress Gaiters;
Ladies' super Kid (low cut; Buskins;
" " Ital'n Cloth (front laced) Gaiters
Just received by welted,
auglfi RAMAGE A CHURCH. No 42. College sf.
"VTOTICE. I am closing up mv business with a view of '
X.f permanently withdrawing. Many persons are indebt- i
to -onie oy note aud account, some for vears, and I hope
tney will call and pay up without furtherdelay or U-buble.
I have removed mv Bonbannii p,n.n m .j.
joining Mwsrs. W. H. Gordon A Co.
A Great Blessing to the Afltictcd.Tho number
said formidable character of diseases of tbe Liver, have long
challenged the attention of medical men. Some of these
diseases, classed under the general term of 'Consumption,
have been supposed incurable and the unhappy patient al-
lowed to" die, without medical science to offer him a hope
ofrecovery. Happily this can no longer be the case. A
remedy has been found which will cure all coroplaintsof t
whatever character, arising from derangemenV of the Liver.
The Pills discovered by Dr H'Lane, "of Virginia, act direct
ly on the.Liver; and by correcting its operation and purify
ing t from diseases cuts on" and extirpates the complaints
which have their origin in the diseases of this organ. Rem
edies hitherto proposed for liver complaints, havo failed to
operate upon the seat of the disease; but Dr. M'Lanc's Tills
make themselvca felt upon the action nf the Liver, and by
cleansing the fountain, dry up the impure streams of dis--
.ease which thence .derive their existence.
"SsTForsalaalallthe principal -Drug Stores jn Nash"--vflle'and
R. R. R. A-DIiracle nt Dundee, 111. Read the
. following letter from AS Hollisters, Esq: "A few weeks
since, a man in our- village suffered with a- severe attack of
rheumatism, and wa$ hi constant pain for two days. R. K.
R. was recommended and applied. In less than two hours
he was free from pain, and enjoying a plaasant sleep. For
all pains-we.find it an instant rf medy. It cures sick head
ache, neuralgia, dysentery, chills, imd fever, and all other
complaints put down in tbe advertiiament.. Our physicians
see it, and endorse ita quick and Taluableproprfeties.
AS HOLLISTER, Dundee, Cook Co., lib
N B. RADWAY'S Ready Relief cures the lame, stiff
jointed, rheumatic, and neuralgic sufferers. It -instantly
Every day we receive intelligence of the quick efficacy of
R. K. Relief, in stopping paiu and removing its cause. It
cures Rheumatism and Diarriiae. It cures Neuralgia and
Chill Fever. It cures Cholera allays Cronps and Spasms,
Sick Head-Ache and Tooth-Ache. It neutralizes poisons and
acids, renders malaria harmless, infuses health and life into
tbe cold and chilly blood. It refreshes and invigorates. It
acts upon the nervous system, rendering the nerves strong
and Iron proof against disease. We do not claim tliat R.
. R. Relief will cure all complaints; it is prepared to cure
certain diseases arising from irritating causes, all Rheum&t
i?, Neuralgic, Nervous, and Malarious Diseases, all acute
pains. It will instantly stop and quickly remove its cause.
For Diseases arising from BAD BLOOD.
R. R. R. No. Foul and Corrupt Humors, thick
and Bad Blood, Sores of all kipds, Salt Rheum, Scrofula, St.
Vitus' Dance, Chronic Diseases, and all diseased depositee,
are quickly removed by the use of Bad way "a Renovating
Resolvent. It is powerful, searching, and pleasant, and one
dozen wili produce a woaderfnl effect. It is a certain cure
for all humors. Price $1. RAD WAY & CO., 102, Fulton
street, opposite St. Paul's. .augS-
Forty T'cct of Tape Worm expelled by using B. A.
Fahnslock's Vermifuge I It cannot be suqassed.
Worcester, Mas?., Sept 27,1331.
This will certify, that I have been afflicted with a pain ia
my stomach, and headache nccaiionallv, for the last seven
teen years. Hearing B. A. Fahnstock's Vermifuge recom
mended very highly for expelling worms, I was induced to
try it. I took four vials of it, anil to my great astonishment
I PASSED ABOUT FORTY FEET OF TAPE-WORM.
I feel quite relieved of the distress in my stomach and head;
In fact, I feel like a new man since the reptile left my stom
ach. I can recommend tho Vermifuge as a highly valu
able medicine for expclIingworms. Itis very mild in its
operation, ai d perfectly sale aud hanr.tles.
EDWARD SILTON, corner Pond A Green Sts.
Sold wholesale and retail by all the principal dmgguts
and country mercliants throughout the United States.
IHPORTANT TQ SLAVEHOLDERS.
DR. MORRIShaving permanently located in Nashville,
respectfully tenders his services to the suffering public
ScrofuW, Ulcers, Cancers, Tttier and Ring Worm, treated
in a scientific manner. Medicines gentle, but active and ef
fective, their use being attended with no unpleasant conse
quences whatever, requiring co restrictions or hindrance
fromordinary business pursuits. He wishes it understood
tliat he has settled in yourmidst, notforlhe puqiose of hum
bugging or imposing upon you, but to relieve those who may
he suffering with disease? which are destroying by piece
meal many ofy deserving and useful citizens.
and all diseases of the genital organs are thoroughly under
stood and successfully treated by Dr. M.
To those who may doubt the Doctor's skill in the healing
art, he would respectfully propose that they bring forward a
case of any of the above named diseases, (the worst that they
can conveniently find,) and pledge themselves to see that
directions are strictly followed for a reasonable time; Dr.
M. will then gfre his obligations to furnish such medicines
an may be necessary, aud in such quantities from time to
timeas the case may require, and, until a cure shall be ef
fected, positively no fee will be received, and if no retUfbt
rllained f romVie uteof Vie medicine, no charge wkatecer
uiil It made for whiee or medicines.
The attention cf masters and owners of servants is pai
ticnlarlyinvited to theabove. Those having servants' af
flicted with Scrofula, Gravel, stiffness or soreness of the
.limbs and joints, would find it to their advantage tn consult
Dr. M. His treatment is mild, and in no case will it be ne
cessary to lose time while using medicines.
Respectfully, ANT I HUMBUG.
All communications from persons at a distance, post paid,
in closing five dollars, .will be promptly attended to.
- DR. W. H. MORRIS.
Oflica over Mutual Protection" Insurance Office, Cedar St.,
near Post Office, Nashville, Tenn. mayl3 dAwCm.
From South America. The following letter will
show tliat Earthquakes and Civil Wan are not all the ca
lamities they have to provide against in that quarter of the
world. Diseases incidental to our own climate, also find
their way there, as will be seen by the remedy they eeek for
Vauar.u30, Cniu, 5. A., July 20, 18-18.
71 Dr. Ji C Aytr, c.
Dear Sin: We have the pleasure to report on your ship
ment of Cherry Pectorid to cur bouse, tbe whole quaotitv
sold, and a pre-iSiDg demand for moie, which must await
the arrival of further ivupplies. Its svecets in curing die
eaiescf 'the lungs, and iU consequent notoruitj, has excelled
any vuutane ecer vsea tn utis country. .Malt ot our reme
dies here are imported from Englaud, and some of them are
rich and valuable; but no product of medical skill from that
or any other quarter ha" ever won so fully the confidence
of our population as this Leaut'ful preparation, of ycurs.
The article has attracted part'cular attention among our
moitdutingivfhul citizens, fiom the fart that Gen. liulne?,
President oi'the Republic, and the highest officcrinthestate,
was cured of a sereie and dangerous sii'ection of the lungs,
by its use. He allows us to sead h:s name, and wishes to
add theacknonlcdgmcntsofgratitude forhis relief.
We hare the honor to be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
Caklos Alvabez A Co.
H. & 3. DOUG-LAS & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
No. SI, Public Square, Nashville, Term.,
"Vf OW exhibit and offer for sale a complete and desirable
Ll stock Foreign -and Vonientlc I)ry Good, Iliilt,
(iip, LonneU, VinltreUds, Iiregrins, JShots, clippers,
Curvet Eaji, Writing ami Wrapping Paper, &c, ,tc.
Jll nir.gniuiuc turn TurielY luis eui-;jw f;ri-a'ij cacvl-i- nuj
ever offered in this part of tbe country. The style and de
signs of our Fancy Goods are unusually beautiful and at
tractive. The purchases have been made at the lowest
points for each article, and with every fAcilitv which expe
rience and large cash mean could secure. The shipments
were fortunate in meeting free navigation in the Ohio and
Cumberland rivers; so that the cost of transjiOrtatioii is an
exceedingly Fmall item.
We aie, therefore, able and determined to do better for
our customers and tho.cwhomay feel disposed to patronize
us, than they can do elsewhere.
We want Feathers, Ginning, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and
Tarn Socks, at their highest mai ket value.
auglt e.tw Sm H. A. H. DQUGLASA CO.
For a few nijlit-i only.
HACEVOY'S GRAND FAN0EAHA .0F IRELAND.
WILL be exhibited at Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday
evening, 'August 1(5;
This Panorama covers nearly 20,000 feet of canvass, ex
hibiting views of the most distinguished and beautiful
scenery of Ireland, including the cities cf Dublin, t Cork,
Londonderry, Ac. Also the beautiful scenery of Wicklow
ijiKes, ot AiiL-irney Ac. ivacn scene accompanied by cnar
acteristic music by the Youxo Iriu Mlxstrels, the Mac
Evoy children, whoso performances on the Pedal Harp,
Piano, Violiu and Violincado, in all the principal cities of
America, have excited the greatestadiniratmn.
Miss Kate Mac Evov, designated from hei humorou de
lineations of Inch character, "The Infant IWer will ap
pear in her celebrated role of "Barney," and -.vill introduce
several of the Irish Melodies, and Comic Soitgs of Lover.
A descriptive Lecture by ProC.Mac Evoy, who will pre
side at the Piano.
For particulars of this, interesting exhibition, see hand
bills. Admission 50 cents, children and servants half price.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Panorama moves at 8.
' FOR SALE"
A DESIRABLE FARM AND RESIDENCE, situated
on tbe Gallatin Turnpike, 3f miles from Nashville,
containing about 75 acres, on which tlip subscriber now re
sidos. The dwelling, which ha recently been erected, is
of the best materials and style, and upon a convenient
plan, embracingcine rooms aud several halls, with all ne
cessary out bnildings.
The soil i very productive. The water is cool and pure,
Cowing in abundance. The orchard contains various kinds
of beannr fruit trees of exccllentquality.
In point of health and society, the neighborhood is nn- ,
surpassed. The trartisi susceptible of being divided into !
three lots, each having a beautiful buildinr site, with mn- J
ning water. Terms and time accommodating. Pos.nion
carTbehad at any time. A. U,1'0RD.
-For further particulars, apply to ,
L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT,
jnlvSr 2&wtf tw Agents, College street
HAVANA CIGARS. We have this day received
40I0u0SuperiorRegaliaLondraand Prensadoa Cigars,
to which we invite the attention of smokers. -jury
80 N. R. A JIXON,
BIOGRAPHICAL BICTIONAXY. -
. Comprising a Summary account of the moat distinguished,
persona of ail Ages, Nations, and Professions, including
., more than One Thousand articles: of American. Biography,
Br Rev. J. L. Blake, D. D.
LyelTs Principles of Geology:
.OrrtheJIodern .Changes cf the J&rtbisndjU inhabit-.
ants. Considered as illustrative of Geology, By Sir
Charles'LyelLM.A.F.BLS.. ' '
Hand BooJiof the-.Useful -Arts,
do do of Universal Biography,
do do of Literature and the Fine Arts.
SWALLOW BARN: . ''
Or, aSojonm in tbe Old Dominion, By Hon. J.F. Kennedy:
Horce'Shoe Rolrinspn: - ,
. A tile o." the Tory Ascendency, By J. P. Kennedy.
TOON. A RUTLAND,
a.ugl2 44 Union arc
We are prepared to furnish Colleges, Academies, Ac, with
every variety of School Books, at the lowest prices.
TOON A RUTLAND.
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 voT
MARMADUKE WYVIL, an Historical Romance tf
1631. By Henry Wm Herbert 1 vol cloth.
ARBELL, a tale for young people, By JaneWinnard
Hooper, with illustrations.
NOTABILITIES IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND, with
Illustrations. By 1'hitarete Chasles.
LEILA; OR, THE ISLAND,- a talo by Ann Fraser Tyt
ler. ECHOES OF A BELL; Or, a Voice from theTast, By
ROMANCE OF AMERICAN- HISTORY, as illustrated
in the early eveits connected with the French settlement at
Fort Carolina; the Spanish Colony at St Acgustine, and the
English Plantation at Jamestown. By Joseph Bauvard.
SIX YEARS LATER; Or, The Token of the Bastille
latt volume, completing the whole work. For sale by
augll ' F HAGAN.
FIRST BOOK FOR CHILDREN.
VAUGHAN'S Speller, Deiincrand Reader lor beginners,
deiigned to render Defining pleasing; Reading pleasant
and intellectual. To correct improprieties in Language,
and to win the Heart to the Love ofGod, and the Practice of
Virtue. By Mrs S A Vaughan, for many years an instruc
tor of youth in tho Southern States.
Juit received and for sale by the dozen or single copy by
" CHARLES W SMITH,
-angll . College street
FERN LEAVES, by Fanny Fern;
GREENWOOD LEAVES, by GraceGreenwood;
MODERN FLIRTATIONS, bv Catherine Sinclair;
MILES TREMEJIENHERE, the Love Test;
JOHN RANDOLPH, of Roaaoke,by F WThomas;
C. J. FOX, by Lord John Rnssell;
REVELATIONS IN CLAIRVOYANCE, Ty A J Darij.;
LIVING AUTHORS OF AMERICA ;
ALEXANDER SMITH'S POEMS;
RUM PLAGUE, by Zschockke;
THE SANFEDESTh Or. A Night with the Jesuits at
Rome, By Edward Farrance. For sale by
aug!7 JOHN YORK A CO.
Reports of cases argued and determined jn the Supreme
Court of Tennessee, during the years 1831-2. By W. G.
Swan, State Reporter. For sale by
JOHN YORK A CO.,
augl'. No. 44, Union street
J. YORK A CO. hare on hand a complete stock of com
mon School and Classical Books which they offer for sale by
the dozen or single copy, at reduced prices.
. J. YORK A CO. have just received a variety of superior
Gold Tens, the best and cheapest article ever offered for
sale in Nashville. Ecery Pen Warranted.
BUY GOODS, &c, &c
BY A. J. DUNCAN,
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 16 and 17, 1853,
To close out the Stock of Summer Goods rrithmit rescrre.
I WILL sell on TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, Angust
I6th and 17th, 1853, a Very large stock of STAPLE and
FANCY DRY GOODS, received by late .arrivals.
I invite the attention of the trade and merchants general
ly to this sale, as the Stock is new and embraces the richest
styles ot LADIES DRESS GOODS, and GENTLEMEN'S
WEAR, all of very superior quality, direct from the Facto
ries in the UnitedStale-i, and great variety of French, Brit
ish, Italian, and German im-xu-tations, upon consignment,
and ordered to be closed.
Tbe stock to be sold embraces a large line of French, Bel
gian and English Cloths and Cassimers, black and colored
Satins, black Silks of alf widths;Fancy Dress Silks, French
Lawns and Muslins, Berajre. Berage de Laincs, Cut Borage,
Satin Striped do. Dotted Swiss, Tarletons, Swiss Muslins,
Nainsook do. Book do, Jaannet Cambrics, white and colored
Cambrics, India Lawns, India Twills, Swiss Inserting and
Edging, Jaconet do, -wide Silk and Thread Laces and Edg
ings. Bonnet Ribbons, Satin and Silk Mantua Ribbons of all
widths, Gloves and Hosiery. Silk and Thread; green and
blue Beiage, Linen Hdkfs, Fans, Black and Fancy Silk Cra
vats. MaraS3 do. Bleached Muslins and Drillinirs. Brown
Muslins and Drillings, Cottonades. Burlaps and Brown Lin
ens, Fancy Prints, Black, Canary, Green, Ruby and Furni
ture Priuts, Damask and Turkey Red Prints, and a very
large stock of Trimmings. A large Stock of Linens and
Linen Dress Goods.
WITH 180 CASES of BOOTS and SHOES, HAT3 and
Bonnets of all qualities, consisting of Gimp, Straw and
Leghorn, of new styles.
The stock is very large, well assorted, and will be sold
r 2 EE MS LIBERAL.
AND. J. DUNCAN.
FUTURE SALES. 1SS3.
Sept. 13th, 14th and 13th I Oct. 11th, 12th and 13th.
Nov. 15th, 16th and 17th. Dec IStb, 14th and Win.
iulyeo A. J. D,
PUBLIC SALE OF GROCERIES.
ON WEDNESDAY. 21th August. 1853, we will offer af
Public Sale to the highest bidden
1"0 Hogsheads Louisiana Sugar, all grades,
130 packages Molasses and Syrup;
50 packages Refined Sugar,
- 200 " IiUOrs;
500 boxes Maniilactured Tobacco; all grades;
60,000 Regalia and Principe Cigars, all grades;
500 kegs Shoenberger Nails, all ?ize
500 boxes Quart, l'int, and half Pint Flasks;
200 boxes 8 Vie. and 10X12, Window Glass;
20 bbU Mason's challenge Ulicking;
100 packages Imperial, Gunpowder and Young
100 bbls Green Stuebcnville Copperar;
180 boxeM Pearl Starch;
100 " Variegated Soap;
100 No 1 liar do;
100 boxe-j Tallow Candles;
With' various other arficlew.
The goods will bepot up in our usual quantities, with
Tkiuis or Sale. AH aiims under i?0O. Cash. All snms
over $200, Ewiftonths forapproved endorsed notes paya-
l,ta in nnfl nfthn ri t t- I ' T r, I-o
ble in one nf the citv Banks.
W. H.GORDON A CO.
SALE BY AUCTION MACHINERY OF THE
HOPE COTTON FACTORY. The subscriber, having
determined to relinquish the Coitnn busine-is, will sell in
lots, by public Auction on the premises, on Wednesday
OcU.bcr5th.l5A the COTTON MACHINERY of the HOlfc
FACTilRY, all in complete running order, consisting of
fit Cards, SO inch Cylinders, and 3 Batting Cards;
8 Railway Heads and Railways complete; ' '
49 Live i-picdle Flyer Throstles, G.S13 Spindles;
- o i iiue
4 Ring and Traveler.
82 Reels, 1 Wick Stretcher. 1 Twister. 3 Yarn Tresics,.
2 arpiii.s. -spoolers, 1 riyrrame, 24 Spindles, 2 Card
Grinders, 1 Spindle Grinder, 1 Cogwheel Cutter. 1 Roller
Flulej; a large lot or linisbed and unfinished Bobbins, a
large lot ofpatterns, Ac
Ikiuis bums ot rl,000 or less, cash; larger amount, ;
one-fourth cash, balance endorsed notes at 6, 12 and W !
montli. Persons wishing to examine the machinery will f
call at my warehouse, corner Market and Water st. Pitts-
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Catlin's Amputating Knives,
Hodge's Obstetrical Instruments separate or in complete
Trepanning Instruments separate or in ca-es;
Guin elastic Injecting Bags;
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children. Just received and for sale low.
this very valtuble Uairlnvigorator, at Manufacturer!,
r-pURNIP SEED-Determined lhat our nneod.i
JL should not be disappointed in their Turnip Seed th.s
season, we have brought from tbe North a large -and choice
lot of Summer and Winter Sed, grown expre"sly for tho
Seed. We bare tbe following varieties by tfja pound or pa
per Iirge Globe Turnips;
Early Flat Dutch utrep leared);
Yellow Flat dii;
Early Stone do;
Dales Green Hybrid do, very delicately Savored and
. much esteemed tor table use;
Rutabaga, or Swedish do;
Late Flat Dutch do. For sale low bv
CDRREY A MARTIN,
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UAXDKK O. STCVIOSOX.
C0CIET L. WHITS
STEVENSON & WUITE.
Na.59, College street.
HAVE on hand large and desirable stock of STAPLE
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very cheap for cash, in order to reduce their stock before
they receive theirFall purchases. All of you who Jika good
bargains give them a call.
"Vir - have on hand a large and beautiful stock of Ladies
YV DRESS GOODS, such as clain. checked sad bro-
-mc oiis iuoes, uerages and iserage itooes; and a
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large lot or beautiful French Muslins, all of which will be
sold extremely low for cash by
aug4 STEVENSON A WHITE.
FRENCH NEEDLE WdilKN.--STEYENSON
A WHITE have just received very large stock of
French Needle Works, such ss Collars, Sleeves, Chimizctts,
Handkerchiefs, Edgings, InsertingJ, Ribbons, Ac, which
they are selling at very reduced prices for cash ug4.
OUSE-FURNls'lHX(rOODS. w eliaveist
received a Urge stock cf Damask. Lin en Sheets and
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G1 ENTLEJIEN'i FURNISHING GOOUS.
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lege street, for they are selling off very low for Ctsh, in or
der to zsska room fcr their Fall Stock. aoft-
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