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JOHN Li XAKl"f6
km tors aso rBOPnrETORa.
THURSDAY XOXJHWG, AUGUST 18, 1853.
A corrcpoadent of tint litlnncr corrects that pa-
penfca follows! , ....
-flnyoiir witnuM'rf of results iu.tlie"'Congrpsson-'
si elections, yon put "flown tho election of Saiith, ia
the 3dj&tri"cr, as a tleuiocmtic 'gain.' This -if, I;
reipestfupy suggest, a mistake. Tliat dist.2jt-.ia,
nnliiMiwii. a bnioeratic district. The vrtte for
Governor disclosed thai it was -democratic by 230 I
majority in lRiu wing oy do majority in. 1001
and democratic by 453 majority in 1853 thus cx
Jiibitinair average democra'ie majority o21; for
the last thref GuWnaloricH flections. It is, there! re,
erroneous to have assumed tliat 'the new apportion
ment Hi! spive to the wliigs eight districts, and ft
democrats two' it gave to the whigs seven districts
and the democrats three. Sura up the votes in all
the ten districts; and you will find that tht whig f
candidates for t .on rress have received, Over th ; dem
ocratic candidalesa clear popular majority in the
whole State of nearly two thousand votes."
Were, this statement troe, it would be a revere
reflection upon Maj. Hkrryv and it woidd show
thatCol "JoHSsoif. in piteofUie' fierce ws- ir;on
himLV thowhigs, ran more than, four Ur l&mj
votes "ahead of Jus party strength. But there re
errorsm tin" statement.
The third district was whig according to the last
vote for Governor and the last voto for President,
Its reclamation is therefore a democratic gain.
To "sum up the vote of all the districts" would
be no fair way of arriving at the strength, of parties.
In one ' flitriet"a democrat and in another ' ft whig
ran without opjvosition. In the ftrsl district, ti.c
race, up to within a few day3 of the election, was
Jietwecn two whips. Half tlie votes which "Wat
kiss finally received, it is notorious, were demo
cratic voUs. The vote hy counties, as well as the
aggrggatftSf. flo w tliis. Thus, Joilvsos's vot 1 in lh
lLtriot whs 770u, and ITksiivV 7427, For Con
gre. 'f Amu reuaV-ed 5391, Watkiss 3!iCft, au'd,)
CiMrnELL 5520. Divide "Watkiss vote befcwe'en'
he other twu candidates, And it would give Cami--nin.ti
7513, and txruun 7375 a little less still tliin
S. Joii.vsox's m-ijority, although Johnso.v lott some
democratic vot- in W'ashinglpn county on -he rail-1
Tho -aggivjjafes. then, of tho first district, where
-, there w:re tliree Ciindidate?, and of the sixth and
thdUtrietA, where only one candidate was voted
canfirm unreliable iTataou which to base the
f ngth urjisirtii-H.-in.ih'jr
otlfttf-ven districts of the State, where
'CIIJS5-5','':M' oneteaudidale for Congress,- thoivg
(iOTenihr aiiit loruilwnln
D. Diaj. 'A', maj.
4 1 i.ditcTrt,;
Shelving ,tiis, in these seven disfriets, wierc
IlesRr lia majority of 1000, tlie democratic cani
didates for Cong: ess have a majority of 500.
Wc maka this comparison to show tliat the whig3
cannot justly ihrow tho responsibility of defeat on
MaHtsj;v. lie outran his party candidates for
Congress i" -even districts 1500 votes. Wc believe
ih: vote for Governor is a better index to the true
t !n-nglh of parties than that for Members of Con
gress. But while Jtfaj. Heskv iwnived the cordial
aud c,ini-t supjwrt of his part3', Cot JonssoK did
not receive fair play from all of hU party, and tlie
ir-isrepreseutatioiisof his positions seriously injured
.him. His majority ought to have been fourthou-
"CALL YOU THIS HACKING -YOUR FRIENDS? '
Tlie Memphis. Rirjk and Enquirer says:
"The indications are that Jonssos has beaten
'TlcxBrj but that the Legislature will be. decidenlly
whip. Henry bad sundry weights 1n carry which
would haw broken down almost any nag, of which
the Dank of Ti'ntesee and its management was
not the ligbti-st."
Our whiff nwgbhnrs will hardly- thank the Eagle
and Enqu '-rer for the above excuse for defeat The.
ahnnil all summer to prove the management of
the Batik excellent that for that managemei t
r.lone t whig paily ougiit to carry the State. Yt
we think, with the Eagle and Enqvirtr, that, the
management of tlie Bank was a weight to carry,
which oiiflit to have broken down any party.
I'erlmps tin whigs, having ono branch of tlie IjC--'
p'slatiire, will repeat the experiment of 1849-.'pi
A? go,-vl reasons for such eourse will exist this w:
teras then existed.
Noirru C.vnousAFi.Kc-no.v. First Congress ral
district! A telegraphic despatch from Weluoii, j
SiJJorth Carolina, dated August Sth, which we find
hin the Petersburg Erprtsu, my that Dr. H. Jf.
"Shaw (ileai.J has beaten tlie Hon. Dvid Outlaw
(whig) uinPty votes.
Second district Thomas Ruflin, Esq., (dem.j) is
elected by large majority.
Tiiird district The majority of Hon. Wm. .S.
fc"A 'he (dcm.) is ab,put two thousand. t
Fourth distriei Ston H. Rogers (whig) has been
Fifth district .Tohn Kerr, Ei., (whig,) is elect-
S;l without opposition.
Sixth district George D. Boyd, Esq., (dem.,)
! and R. O. Piiryear, Esq., (whig,) were the candi
idates. The result is considered doubtful.
Seventh district Burton Craige, Esq., (dcm.,) is
Eighth district No doubt is entertained of tho
r'e-f leotion of Hon. Thomas L. Clingman.
1 W Will the Tnie Whig oblige us by referring
to its leiding editorial (if July 30, read tlie ai tide
attentively, and again enlighten tis about the safety
$f whig eslculations and the reliability of "whig
CoyrmiEn Ravaoes, or the Yellow Fever at
imr.vr unt.ras's. a (iepateii, uatei jNew Urleaus,
Hie vellmv fever continues to rage here with uu-
s, rvuM iM,.;nf..r,,m,.,).tn,r,..
i'.ftd to one hundred and fifty. To-day there were
Cmiricd one hundred and tlnrtv victims of the dis
ease. Those who by any pr?sih!c means can, arc
leaving the city every hour. In fact, itis nowal
vmost deserted, and yet the fever is raging terribly.
usiiirv nas neen inmost suspended great distress
,nA v'!irimation prevail.
. A letter from New Orleans, in noticing tlie official
frt that of SSO deaths in tho city during the week
uimg tlio Jlst tilt, IkM were put down as from yel-
rjils report, however, does not show a true stt.
mdraths, A Urgu number arc nut down Miin.
Kinwn or uncertain; now, there Is no uucertaintv
hi it. iuviMiv.n, p(u nnucn ponnis-
to Catholics to- be burned m Uie Catholic uie-
and witliout sucli pornut a boily cannot be
v.wl in a Ca'hobc bunal place. Ifanv nHv.i
ohtahi auy kind of a physician's certificate, and
the permits cay nothing about the ilLsoaso of which
fi dneeasetl died, they are put down as unknown.
)v, there is not one in a thousand but are victims
veilow fever, and add Uieso to the G93 will make
it 750 of yellow follow fever the last week.
many physicians say .there is o epidemic, I
?e in "the r.port of tlie Board of Health for the
ek that there were two deatlis from old age, and
rdcatlisfrom cholera, also six death from lockjaw,
lie Howard AssocLiiion report that they have
1 821 w?cs of fever the last, 15 davs: of this num-
137 rtieil, 23S .were discharged cured, and 499"
i-ct under treatment --- -
"7-iHSKDJaW TO THK CGjNftrrfjtlON.
wii.iJfe. r.k.n fmmo,tk. TWite
" n,arriLm T,a hjw
7 r c--; -i
' riti&to form w &nt itpUly defeated,-.
n.S wJPiant lifrM'lidtaru-
124,000. But wo think the totM vote for represen
tatives in theLcgisUturc willM bJtjOOO,
It, tiierctore, as is prpoaoie, .tno, prciposuion iu
elect judges,. Sid, lb$ the people ' luw receive'd 5000
.otes ia the "counties to be heard from, it is doubtless
adopted: lfU , '4 , -
For the election iFof ew CcnnUes.
Cocke, :y.t. , ,
Cannon. . i" .
' 802 - . t
?)' '28-5 . . '
, . 2017
; r 325
P-.ndson, . . -CLfli-
. 'er. I -Kt
Li?catur, . f
Frankh'n, . . !"!t
3S0 " - '
i J w
.wr- : 611--"
- 1754- ? '
, 337" ,1
- '1C03- T
M 579 wiStK i
k13b ' '
707' -v '
5G7- ' "
112 - .
Overtoil, . ,
BB The total 'voteor Governor in the above
J counties is 100,240.
Faikt HorE of Fiunklis. Intelligence has
- been received by the British Government, which if
correst, and it has every appearance of authenticity;
may turn out to be of great "importance" as bearing
u the fato of the mTssing Arctic expedition under
rfir John Franklin. It is to the effect that intelli
gence lias been conveyed to the Russian Govern
ment JtSU Pctertbirg, tliat several of what are
ailed glass balls have been found by the. natives at
the mouth of the River Obi, which falls into the
Arctic. basin at tho seventieth parallel of latitude.
The Russian authorities transmitted this information
without delay to the Foreign office, and a request
has been despatched that some of the so called
"glass balls," more probably bottles, may he, if pos
sible, secured and transmitted to England.
Tlie locality where these balls or bottles are said
to have been found, is precisely that to which they
would probably have drifted, had they been thrown
overboard or otherwise detached from Franklin's
shijis in case the latter had attained a high northern
htitude; for the current of the Arctic Ocean sets
.dbug Uie Siberian towards the European coa3t, as
is'cvidenccd by the great quantity 'of drift wood,
ius., found on the shore. It would, of course, be
premature to arrive at the conclusion tliat these
glass balls arc relics of Franklhi'3 expedition; but
the information, crude though it be, is of too impor
tant and curious a nature to be summarily dismissed
as unworthv of attention.
jx)ve-Sick Potatoes. Dr. Malfatti, of Austriai
thiuka lie has found out at last the' malady !which
has caused this esculent to be fo diseased and un
prolific. It is nothing but tore sickr.css pining
after that leautiful intercourse which is tho source of
joy and life to potatoes as well as men. Listen.
Tlie doctor has presented this fanciful theory, and
the remedy, to the savans of Vienna. It appears
i;0m the proceedings of the Royal Agricultural So-
cielvthat this gentleman has planted pieces ofpo-
titoes in juxtaposition witli roots of other nonallied
p ants, such as the Helianthus tuberosas, Cyclamen,
and also Cardvum Esculentum, whicli is not even
tuberous. He asserts tliat the potatoes grew vig
orously, appearing to derive health from the adjoin
ing plant, and absorbing their very flavor, while the
tubers produced were entirely healthy, though the
.stock planted was defective. In one instance, he
states that the potato was restored at the expense of
the nurse plant, wliich became diseased.
Will it Prove True? Tlie London Times says:
"In fifty years Ireland will be Protestant to a man. "
Both tlie Roman Catholics of Ireland and the race
identified with that faith are all leaving Ireland.
Ero long there will be none left. At tho present
rate of emigration, which cannot be less than two
hundred thousand, chiefly Roman Catholics, in n
year, our children will see the time when the Celts
will be a obsolete in Ireland as the Piucnicians in
Postal Theati" witji Fbaxce. Washington ni
mors asert that there is a probability that a postal
arrangement may be eflectedwith France. Several
propositions' and modifications liavc lately passed
between tlie two governments, but the treaty has
, . . ,
also very anxious 10 euecia posiai ircaiy, online
Department has not commenced negotiations, prob
ably because waiting to sec how the Prussian ' ar
(7" Extensive preparations arc being made at
Lafayette, Indiana, for the State Fair, to come off
on tlie lltli, 12th and 13th of October. About
twenty acres are cleared up and prepared for the
occasion. Wo hope our Indiana brethren will have
a good, time, and that the Fair may be a fruitful
source of profit and entertainment to all who at
tend. Dk itii or Cot. Uliss. The telegraphic dispatch
in another column nnnotinces-t'he sad intelligence
' the death of this gallant officer, and most wor
thy gentleman. Col. Bliss was tlie son-in-law of
the late Zachary Taylor, of whose stiff during the
Mexican campaign, he wss a distinguished member,
lie fought at Unena Vista where he behaved with
signal f.urag?, and was wounded in Uie midst of
, . T '" CoL B,iss ws a fine scholar, an accom
plished linguist, an admirable officer, a cool, valiant,
and well disciplined soldier. His mm.t
will bring twrow to the hearts of thousands by
whoin he w.is lioth resjiectpd and beloved.
Ho had left New Orleans but a few days no for
Pa?cagouln, having .been driven away by the pre
vailing' Epidern!o--Tbo "melancholy result shows
that9hf must lave carriod with'him the fatal germ
oflhe SadatjS2X"0?JMt, CiK b
ri Mil iiTir t imt m m
044' 227 anflfdettsrv
VASBIXOTON COBEt3$!O$lteA'0& ft i
. , .
Edttom Union ana Jimenmn.
I fcnAtfoor attenUpart.cjrly G,L ?TO;
so Dxvis'&speech published, in u.e.tMKwwx ah-.
W a very able articlcin the Ckm pn tho sqih sub-
jeet, WTsicn waspuDUSUeuaoout aTreexaj;o.
I is a revised edition of CpL.DAYis'aspeciihfitiabnt,
- --- . : " . . . . - .i.t-i. t.
fair to him, and- just to the great enterprise wiiicu
indTspensable-) our national security and'eontinued
uriio'rf,-tha"rltfhou!dbe published in Au, ,
AucrjflT 8. Tlie arrival of the Jfeltio ntn tour
er letter,' Jiemicrrais ukiji w i' "..-a-"8"",J
France, and Prussia,1 have devised oaolpplan by
which race-mllbfe.mailitained for Ae. present
I see no .cause "why republicans shonl feel any
interest in Ihe-preponderanco or vTqtoriesiof either
Russia or Turkey. As ifr. JErrKH3ositm a letter
WJbntf Au.ams, in 1822, which-flofc,of these
powers is overthrown, there is onci t3 cslrpyer less.
At present,' the. Sultanas more tolerahn tan the
Russian empirclthpugh there still rcmpius inac
tive operationilirough various parta of tlioj empire,
a spirit of intolerance Russia has becm more
intolerant initfie lastJiftr rears than she, was under
. Catherine the 2d.- Thc empircjias been growing
one, ami Uicgnnexionpitiie .ureeic cnyren wiui
the imperial throne, has" caused the Cza;"under those
circumstances tr?bccoine le3s tolerant "Tiirkey has
been a, declining, power for a hundred yejira; andia
fact declined under the severe blows of Russia:"
Hence, without auy essential change in the temper
of Mahomedanism,pr in itsjirinciplcs. But it has
been -compelled to lean on some of -tlie -western
christian powers to save, it frbni destruction by the
great eastern christLm power, Russia, w;hich n the
last hundred and fifty years lias grown to a colossal
The Greek' church, which .has been at times cn?
tirelv corrupt, has never sunk, in doctrine, to the
corruption pf Makomcdanism. Still it is far from pure,
cither in principle' or practice. It lias not forgotten
the wrongs' inflicd by llahomcdanism on its co-.
religionists during tlie reign pf the Mahomcdanisin
apostacy; for Mahoinedanism is, really, an apostacy
from Ghristianity. The good retained in it by iu
hornet is all derived from Christianity. Ilad the
Greeks retained tlie Christian religiOii in its purity,
. Mahoinedanism would never havo been permitted to
gain tins ascendency over them tliat it did, still there
was so much left of Christian principle among tliem,
'that for a long time llicy faced the onset of Ia--homedahism
ifi all the varied phases of its hostility.
And although they liad not the means pf driving
back the fdse and licentious crescent, they had that
of constituting for Christendom a mighty barricade.
iSgsinsriLJbr the space oLtixhuadrad,ycars. In
barrier, which sureilei tliat! progress-
to universal dominion, which at one time it appear
ed likely tp attain. SournET, speaking of Uie first
great blow toMahomeilantriumplijSays:
'Tlie second day was tliat
When llartel broke the ilusselman, dcliverinir France
And from the yoke of unbelieving Mecca tared the West"
The Greeks of the middle ages were . tlie chief
bidwark of Christendom during tliat time. And
..Prince Eugene of Savoy, tlie mighty companion and
( friend of Marlborough, first effectually broke their
poweratthc battle of Feutain 1G97.
'f Tlie principles pf -the llahomedan religion and tlie
grasping ambition of Russia, favored by the increas
ed numbers of the Greeks within the limits of tlie
Ottoman empire necessarily impel to a final settle
ment the question of power between them by
the sword. The present, therefore, is a temporary
pause, and of which I am glad. It givw time to
thp republicanism of Europe, as yet unpreiiarcd, to
rally when Turkey and Russia, with all the monar
chies of Europe, engage in the last tremendous
struggle." But it is only a temporary pause. The
diplomatic contest has ended for the present to tlie
advantage of Russia, as the terms of settlement will
prove when they shall be made known.
LATER FROM WASHINGTON.
Washington-, August 108 V. Jr. The des
patches relating to the Jvoszta affair, it Ls under
stood, were read before the Cabinet to-day. They
fully sustain Capt Ingraham's conduct not only as a
brave and efficient officer, but also a.s a man of calm
judgment In every respect his proceedings were
worthy of the American cliaractcr Tlie despatches
will not be made public for the present, but the
h pinion of the administration as to the propriety of
uii; vapiuiii a wmrc, is uii.iuiiuuiia. 11 1, jiuw ever,
believed that even stronger grounds in his support
can be claimed than the fact of the brutality of the
Austrian Officers; and if so, Austria will receive
another instalment of American opinions to add to
her Hulseman letter.
It Ls to be hoped Mr. Walker will yet proceed on
his mission. The facts are briefly as follows: The
three first class naval steamers belonging to the
United States are now in the Chinese seas, vie the
Mississippi, San Jacinto and Powhatan. It is of
roiirse impossible to order any of these vessels
home in time to take Mr. Walker to his destination.
Tlie Princeton wa, upon hi.? appointment, intended
to be placed at his disposal. She lias turned out a
failure drawing twenty-three leet of water and at
taining a speed of only six miles. The iron steamer
Alleghan-, will be ready for sea in about two
weeks, and although her boilers arc similar to
those of the Princeton, still it is expected her light
draft of water will enable her to get along more
satisfactorily-. The Secretary of the Navy will di
rect a board of competent engineers to iuspect her
on lier trial trip. It she succeeds she will bo placed
at Mr. "Walkers disposal. As for the Saranac, she
will not uo repaired lor two monttis.
The present Secretary of the Uavy is, of course,
not responsible for this state of afTairs. The propo
sition has been suggested to purchase one of the
Collins steamers. This idea is suggested in igno
rance of the fact tliat the Xavy Department has
neither tlie power or the money, unless by an ap
propriation of Congress, to make such a purchase.
All tho law upon the subject is simply to the effect
that the Collins compnny is bound to sell whenever
the government is authorized bv Coiijtcss to pur
chase, and not before. Mr. Walker can easily, if he
desires, talec the overland route to Uhma, and when
there, the whole inst India squadron will be placed
at lus disposal.
Mr. August Belmont, Charge to the Hague, ' re
ceived instructions from the State Department to
day-, and lelt lor JNcw lork. He is to sail on the
Tkhxesske! Let tob CiiEEns Eixc!! Our telc-
graiih to-d.iy conGrms what came yesterday that
Johxsos has been elected Governor of Tennessee.
This is conceded by tho Whigs. We congratulate
tho" Democracy of Tennessee upon this glorious ;ri-
Umpu. lructlio tugs liave elected a majority in
tho Legislature, although the State is thoroughly
Democratic, athis Gubernatorial result indicates.
The little band of Whiggery grows small by de
grees. .tveniucK-, jiassjicnu.ieiiii ana ennont re
main apparently- in the sloughs of Whiggery. It
would bs too cruel to steal from Whiggery all hone.
A few Whigs should remain as one of our Demo
cratic orators used to express it if for no other
purpose than to watch the Democrats. We .are
willing to be thoroughly watched. Any thing like
fair criticism upon Democratic proceedings, will do
Democracy no harm, and the country will alwaj-s
profit b' it. Our editorial difficulty just now, is
that every department of the National and. State
governments prosper so happily, running parallel
with the general prosperity ot the couhtryj tliat no
matter can be started by the Whigs, wliich is wor
thy ot controversy.
This election- of Jonssos in Tennessee, is a de
served well won compliment to tho author of the
Homestead bill It is a popular approval of the
radical and genuine policy of that favorite measure
oi tne Democracy. It must have its ciloct upon
tho Senate of the United States. The popular
branch of Congress have spoken by several signifi
cant votes, upon this subject It only remains to
brinj such a pressure from public opintont upon
Uiaturancn, wiiicn is iiirtnest removeu irom tne .
people, as to insure the full and complete triumph I
ot the mo?t benignant scneme ever ottered in con
nection with the public lands! Ohii Statesman.
A trotting match came joifat Rochester,
IC. Y". Tuesday , afternoon between Tacony and
Flora Temple,-for thejaiirse of $1,200. Four mile
heats were run, Taconyinnihg all but.tbo,thirtL
Time, M5Z31hs2:30 2:30j: Another matcH
came offon Saturday foF$l,OO0,
t TflK CEKSU3.,
Tj-meTimond Enmitrtr savsf "Wa Me Erati-
fii,t will h thp wn! rnnntrv. to learn that Uie
elaWtte ftatistics cf the Census of 1850 are pow
IB w nan a 3 01 inv puouc ;pnuLcit unu uc uiu
rs!edtfirout:h them with all the rapidity that Uie
wilf admit Tliev.willbe.embraced.in a sincl.i.;
quartolvglume, similar jn appearaiitai to ihPsd' oCj
the jongressionai uiooe, at l.ow or.i,i w pagea in
rcfeariind elega'ntr- type; on" beatitifutp"aptrp1irid'
with an admirable uilmlar,"arrSitgeipent The
bindinsr will be'neafand substantial, and the entire
volumfepf a sizo very convenient for "handling and 1
torreterence, and in-thi?,- as wen as mouierre-,
spectSj contrasting favorably with the other docu
mentspubiishedb7 order of government . The Ap-.
pendixincludes brief add coudensed notes, necessary-to
the understanding or'explanation of tboteit;
orto" account for any its deficiencies, and the intro
ductory chaDter comprises the aggregate for -the
Trirt.r Qf.fnj, iVoirnnmnitri'ion with.1 hose of 'others
4fc U.14 .-"-"J ' " ,
ih i the rettirnrf of foreimi conn-'
tries. Some remarks follow upon the plan of the
census, in the preparation of which circulars hav
been freely Sentout by Mr. DeBow to members of
Congress and to others, to guard as far as possible
against the chance Pf erroi orto furnish, if possible",
the means of its detection.
Che'arrangement of the census is such that the
SUles. and. Territories can be detatched, if desired,
from the volume, their statistical results being de
veloped iff every instance separately, in the' following-tabular"
L iPopulation by Counties Classification of
Ages :and. Color aggregate. - t - . '-
II. Population by subdivision of counties.
Trp ?J"ntirities of the DOPulation.
IV, Births. Marriages, .Deaths, Dwellings," and,
Vi Progress of population from 1790 to 1850.
VI: Deaf and Dumb, Blind, Insane and Idiotic,
VII. Colleges, Academies, Schools, &c. . , -,
VIIL Attending Schools, during the jear,-as -ro-turned
IX, Adultsin the State who cannot read and ,
X. Professions, Occupations, and Trado3 of tho
XL Agriculture, Farms, and implements, stock,
prodocts, librae manufactures, &c.
XIL Newspapers and Periodicals. x ,
XIIL" Libraries other than private.
XI Y". Churches, Church property, &c
"The statistics of mariufact'urca and mortcdity, it
"will-be perceived, are omitted, being thought by
j Congress too imperfect and unreliable for. publica
"In tho -three months tliat have elapsed since his,
appointment, Mr. Do Bow has managed the affairs
of tho Census Office in such a manner as to work
off its cumbrous and expensive machinery, with
the exception .only of some ten or a dozen employ
ees in whose capacity or statistical knowledge he
had, from, experience, acquired in the office or out
of it, entire confidence. These are still assiduously
engaged keeping up with the press in the prepara
tion of final sheetSjinTe-examination rendered ne
ccssarytby the discovery of errors, in the prepata
tioir and computation of aggregate tables, and in
the careful revision of proof. This work will be
brought.ta a close in tho course of eight or ten
weeks, aud the office will theu be djsbacded, leav-
i BiiltrpIv'unl3nr.riedy-r!i09thfflTO nnnnl
stW"sWC3oJb.c bmerHaSjjhowever soon com
!plet?df'M!orderJias yet been made by Congress for
'No one in any part of the Union has yet ques
tioned the peculiar fitness of Mr, De Bow for the
performance of the duties intrusted to hiin in the
preparation of the census. Though educated and
practised all his lifein the faith of the democratic
party, his appointment rested upon higher grounds.
For "twelve years ho has been known to the coun
try first in the editorial conduct of the Southern'
Quarterly Review at Charleston, and then through'
the pages of his own statistical works, which have
already reached sixteen or seventeen very elaborate,
able, and widely-consulted volura&s. To the mate
rial and industrial interests of the country his time"
and his energies, as well as his pen, have been de
voted, with a zeal whicli has admitted of uo relaxa
tion. A'whig paper, the New Orleans Jiulletin,
says of his appointment: 'Wehavereason to know
that this responsible aod honorable appointment
was conferral upon Mr. D Bow without solicita
tion, and' in consequence of his aptitude for the-,
i e , - i ...
p:ace; irora ais general reputation as an auie sum
cian, and an intelligent mid well informed gentle
man.' The New York also whig, remarks :
'Mr. DeBow has devoted himself ardently to the
perplexing study of statistics, as an editor of the
Review, -which owes to 'him its parentage and name.
He has done a3 much to throw light upon tlie in
terests of the South and West as a half dozen cen
sus returns. The abstract of his researches recent
ly published, as a cyclopedical acco'unt of the re
sources of those sections of the Union, is of the high
est authority. We would more wilb'ng'y spare any
other book of reference from our shelf."
fjiaxgisco & TnnrjfAS's
AUTuHH STYLE MOLESKIN HATS FOE 1353.
THE change of Fashion reems to be as requisite to die
Jltuu Monde as change of season to the earth. And 'as
our progressive democracy of the South west have a great
horror for anvthing behind the age e-ipecially an old fasA
iontJ Hat Francisco 4 Whitman are ever ready with the
necessary cha go in Head Gear to kep up with" the times,
and as the Fall eao is approachiujr ther will ba out ou
Saturday, 20th Augmt, with the I'eojUS ttvlt of Halt; they
will suit everybody, for by the aid of their tionformaiore
Typograph, they are made to conform to erery shaped head
and every style" of features.
FKANCISCO 4 WniTMAX,
auglS 23, Public Square,
UST RECKIVED AT FRANCISCO & "VVHIT
MA?Ti Fashionable Hat and Cap Emporium a new
supply ol Men's, Youths' and Boys' softCassimere Hats and
Cloth Caps, embracing everything new.
Also, a new lot of Ladies ltidhig Hats, all of which they
will sell at their usual low price.
FitAXClSCO A- WHITMAN",
aug!8 No. 25, Public Square.
iil'COAIIiS, CORNELIUS At CO.,
Funeral Undertakers for the City and Vicinity,
R'mns corner of Cherry and Spring streets.
HAVE made arrangements with the Agent bribe sale of
FISK'S PATENT IMPROVED METALLIC BURIAL
CASES, and will keen a constant supplvt
occasions, together with everything else .requisite on such
occasions, as heretofore.
Persons living at a distance, in the country or in neigh
boring towns, can be waited on at short notice, by tending
an order or dispatch to
M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
Corner of Spring and Cherry Sts.
tjB. Undertakers In the citv can be supplied with
BURIAL CASES, hJ application as above.
SUPERIOR FURNITURE. We
have on hand a lanre lot of verv sune 1
rior FURNITURE, coiisisling in part of,
.,! ... IJ : -1. T . i I.- i r i .
fine Rosewood and Mahogany Bureaus, Wardrobes, Sofas,
Chairs of every description, Ottomans, Centre Tables, Ac.; '
together with a laige lot of common Fumitnre, of thebest !
:.i i r. i 1 .i.:.. ii i 1
will sell as cheap, tor cash, or on short credit, as any house
in the city.
J-ino Jiattnwses We are also constantly manutactur
ring a very supenor quality of. Sprmg, Hair, Moss, Cotton
and Sbuck Mattrusses.
M'COMBS, CORNELIUS A CO.
HARDWARE fM M fl CJITI PRy !
fi H n U S? tr II C MHRU UU t L C CI I.
FAIiI. & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, College St.
ARE now receiving their Fall supply of Hardware
and Cutlery direct from die manufuctuiero in Eu
rono aud America, to whicli they invite the particular atten
tion of Mercnauts visiting Nashville for iheir Fall stocks
Their stock in store and dailr coming to hand comprises a
full assortment of Blacksmith's and Carpenter's Tools, Cut
ltrr. Guns, and all articles in their line.
They receive Feathers, "Wool, Ginseng and Beeswax at
me very lushest market price in excuange tor Hardware,
or in jiayment of debts. ' -augIS
BANNING'S PATENT LACE, 02 ABDOillNAL SUP-
'TT'OR weak and delicate persons, male or female, and those
Sj who are afflicted with the lollowiag diseea, vir
n eakness of the Breast, Bionchitis, Shortness of Breath,
Pain in the Chejt, Weakness and Bleeding of the I-Jmg-s
Pabitationof UioIIeurt. Ovstirnsia. Costiveness and Piles.
Pain in the Back. Sninul Curvaiures. and Enlargement of
one nip ana snoulder, railing of the Uoweis, unJ a Ten-
dent to Chihl Bearjng.ii Dispositica to Drooping, Lounging
ana weariness, commoo to clerics, mecuantcs, atndents.
seamstte - jiet, and others who keep incliuedpositions.
The subscriber hash id tho exclusive sale of this celebrat.
ti Brace for several years, duri ig which period a large
namber hare been sold to those who bare given the highest
satisfactory references ca.i be given to
Nashville and surroun-linir coun rv.
. -ui..irb t r ---- -
to perons in ine ci:y ol
1 furthermore, tney are
recommended bv some of tne most celebrated and extensive
Pracdtioners of Medicine in' Nashville and the adjacent
coun'ry For sale by HGSCOVEL,
1-. Drupgist and Apothecary, North sid of the Public Square,
'threedoors West ofthe Nashville Inn, ougU tf
ARRIVALS FBOJt- CaARLESTO.V.
I Clinton, "Walker, JTer Y'oik.
Sabr Enuaa A. Denning, Tsylcr; Wilmington, N Cc
CLEARED FOR CllAIltESTOK.
Ship Columbia; Q-rSlclon-nrNewTo
3uqiia Cocao, Smith; frora.Bos.tan.-."i
Brig Palo Aitiv Spencer, fiTiq Kocklandj-MS;. r ;
IiRrqne 3Iaria Morton; Buuley,,4tc)rk; .
CltiVTtLiTON.'-Angast lS.-ArriTed, UiCaUiarIue,""H
Audrewsr-Nevr'Y'ork; bsrqnes Jasper, Bennettv New York.U
Clement; Mayo, Boston; Atlantic. Kinjr, Nef Vort; Carolina I
PiOton, CamdeS, (SIe.(. scbrs-D B Warner, -DaiajNeT.-t
YnrV? IleTirtirri. UcUonnaD. Baltimore: Louisiana: .Fax-.-t
well,' Balumore; Champion, Gsbcm, lialtiraore -
relL Baltimore; Champion Unborn, Uait.raore, - -a c
Cleared.' Sp. pol. Jesela, Rose, BArcelona; schr CoLSaW.
terlT. Elwood. New Yort.
'entto &s,Tjrig Argns, Soubiatcs, Trinidad, t,Cuba.I
THIS OUKAPi Hi'JSAJlKs.
Saiiig33ays to. and Irora the, Unlteil States f
s t . FROMEOP.OPF.
AFRICA, (Br.) Liverpool, Julr SO, for;.'.,...
GUnMANlA. Bremen, Anguat":, for,...
HUMBOLDT, (Am.) Havie, Aug. 3, tor
AMERICA , (Br.) Liverpool, Aug for
PACIFIC (Am.lLiverccoL Ana-10 for
ARABIA, (l!r. LiretpooVAng li fdr' I .
A, ( tJr.
HERMANN, Am. Southampton;. An: 1'7, for.';JIeT York
CANADA, (Br.)XiverpooL AugaO.foi;.,.. Boston ;
ATIANTIC, .(Am.) Liverpool. Auof j4, .for.. . .. . .Bostoh )
ClfXOF31ASCHEiTli;Br.)UTer- - m
poo!, Aug 25,-tar-. . -. .... .Philadelphia.
ASIA, (Br.) LiverpooL.August 27, for . . .New A ork
HAUSJ. Bremen, August ti, for New York
ANDKS, (Br.) Liverpool, August 31, for. ........ . ..Boston.
-ARCTIC. (Am.) LirerpooL tipt 7, for..: New. York
.WASHINGTON, (Am.) Southampton, Sept - -
14, for , New Yo'k
FROM THE- UNITED STATES. - -'
NIAGARA, (tir.) Boston, Aug. lfor. ...... . 1 ...Lvjpoot
.uig ir, ior.,.. ....... M.verpooi
, August z,ior.... vLriveqoQj
York, Aug. S7, for". Ha'Te
AMERICA. (Br.) Boston. Auir 31, 1
61, tor.. . , . . . , . -Liverpool
ept 3, for Liverpool
COLLINS, (Am.) New York, Sept 3, for, . .
ARABIA. (Br.) New Yort; Scpt7, for... Liverpool
HERMANN. ( Atn.1 N York. Sent IP. for 5outh'on
CAN.VDA, (Br.) Boston. Sept I t, for, Liverpool
ASIA, (Br.) New York, Sept 21 , lor; ; ; ; v LlTerpocl j
F Altar POIt SAX E In M'ilson county, teven miles
fnun Lebanon snd mile from Cumberland river.
The farm contains 450 acres of good land, 200 of itinhe ivy
Cedar timber, suitable for Railroad Ties and other building
purpose, l&J acres cleared, and in if good state of cultiva
tion, plenty of never-fiilFng water for stock, and one, of the
finest springs in tli9 State that never fills in the dryeyt
seaon The improvements are alt new a good double
log house, and other out houses, with barns and stables;
also, "Sne young orchard of peaches, iipples and other
fruits. The situation is as healthy .as any in the State, in a
food neighborhood and convenient to schools and churches,
note wanting a good dim will do well to look At this be
fore buying.clscwbere.. - i
Terms: One tb.ird.easn.. balance one and two vears. For
refcriuoe apply to me. Nashville-, or on tho prcimei for-i
nierly occupied hy T. M, Button.
augis smw u-a. wuuuuuir;
I'T'Oil SALeOBTKEJTA newFratae Ilouse'just
? comi)leted with seven room-, well phKtercd and pa
fered. Situated on Church street, in Hiues" addition to
Nnshvilh. TJiesaid liuuss is about four buadie l vards
from the Female Academv, and will be sold ou resoaablejSf-'S
.1.1 .11... .. w ... , .
ccofiffsf siAiticarr. riuycK rL-mixv.
DUXCAX, 3IORGAN & CO.,
AUCTI0ir& COMMISSION HER CHANTS, WHOLESALE
EEFERRING to Card above, Andrew J. Duncan WS.
-associated with him fn business fe srs. Morgair, Fur
nan A Scariglit, foi tbe purpose of conducting inure exten
sively the Wholesale Dry Good, Auction and Commission
Business, ia the city cf Nashville, under the style and firm
DTJNCAX, MORGAN & CO.,
And having taken the large and coniniodivus Store and
Warehouse of Samuel Seaj. tender tbe services of the new
firm, and pledge iheir best eflorts for the promotion of vour
interest, and kolicrt consignment? of Foreisn and lJo
inestic Dry- Goods, Boots, Shoes, lints, Caps,
and 3Ierchiuidi-c generally; Also, Southern aud
IVrstern 1'rodiictious. . n ' s,
Our experience and facilities, with a prompt- and faithful
attention personally; are pledged fr any roteicst vou or
your friends may confide to us. We are prepared tomake-'
cash advance, and errant the usual facilities on consign-
menu. Very reaijcct fully, .,it
1 our obedient servants, ' .
ANDREW- J. DUNCAN, ...
: GtOKOE SEAR I GUT.
' We shall, at thiopenlngof tha- Fall Season, offer a large
and complete stock of New GoodsV from Manufacturers and
Importers and will present tlie strongest inductm enti to
cash buyers and prompt business men.
DLI.VCAN, MORGAN A CO.
Nashville, Aug. 17th, 13o&.
BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER,
No. 22 Cedar Strert.
-'T7"OULD respectfully icform all who have, any uso
for. the services of a Barber, Jhat he has at lih-s time
in his employ a number of the best and most experienced
operators that ever handled a razor or n pair of shears in
Nashville. Uushopis fitted up neatly, and gentlemen may
always confidently rely upon prompt attention and comfor
table shaving. He hopes to coutiuue to receive a liberal
sluire of encouragement from an intelligent public that
knows how to discriminate between "gilt jind gold o'er
VEG lIOISFOn S ALC.0n Sa7urdaynext tfi
JJN o'clock, at the Court Hotie dir In NailjVille, wjU Jba
sold a family cf negroes, consisting of husband and witi,
and one boy 10 vcars old, one boy h vears old. and a gii L5
years old. 'aug!7tf "JACOB McGAVOOJC.
QHIRTS. Just i-e-.-eived an assortment of Shirts, with
O and without Collars. Foryale bv
MYERS A McOILL.
COLE I.EATI1ER TJSLfWKsI
-We have yet on
IJ hand n lew hne Sole Leather Trunks, whicli
will sell low to make room fur our Fall stock. 1
Alio a few tine Bugjy Trunks. For sale b v
unjcs. wfilrfi w. t
aaS' .. MYERS & McGILL. j
Genu Furnishing Store, 5iCwllege.treet,neartheSqnjre. i
. & S. DOUG-LAS & CO.
Importer and Wholesale Dealers,
Tv exhibit anc
Mock of J,w
d offer fjr rale a complete and desirable
rewr ant lU,m.iie Ihn limit, .'.it.
Umlirdla', H,iotf, fircyav, Sttotf, Nipper),
GtriKl JilO. Writiiuiaml ll'-nrnnmit Pir-v Jhf'
hi magnitude and variety this -stock greatly exceeds' any
cver offered in this part of the country. The stvle and de
signs of onr rancy Gojds are unusually beautiful ami attractive-
The purchases have been made at the lowest
iioiuts for each article, and with cverv facility which nnr-
j rience and Iaie cash means could Secure. The shipments
ticiviuriuiuuein nieeung iree navigation in tne utiio and
Cumberland rivers; so that the cost of transportation is an
exceedingly' small item.
We are, therefore, able and determined to do betterfor
our customers and thixe who may feel disposed to patronize
us. than they can do elsenherc
We want' Feathers, Ginsing, Beeswax, Wool, Linsey and
Yarn Socks, at their highest mirket value.
nug 14 n tw am II. A. B. DOUGLAS A CO.
OID FULIOWS' IIALI..
For a few nights only.
HACEVOY'S GRAND PAN0EAHA OF TPJEL5K1!.
WILL be exhibited at Odd Fellows' Hall on Tuesday
evening, August 10.
This Panorama covers nearly 20,000 feet of canvass, ex
hibitinL' views of the mr,t ,a
"fO' Ireland, indading the fities of Dublin, Cork,
"Londonderv. Ac. Also the hn.Uf..l srpnrv r M-,vv-t,.J
Lakes, of Killarney Ac. Each scene accompanied by char
acteristic music bv the Yocxrt Imm Uk
Evoy children, whose pcrfonaances ou the Pedal Harp,
Piino, Violin and Viohnoado, in idl the principal cities of
junenciw nave exciiea me greatest admiration.
Miss Kara MacEvov. desiimaied from her himimri
Iineations of Irish character. "Thn liiK.nt IWr " ;il
pear in her celebrated role of "Barnev," and will introduce
several of the Irish Melodies, and Comic Sougs of Lover.
. : uc . i i-uioiacj.vov, who will pre
side at the Plana 1 ,
Fur particulars of this, interesting exhibition, Bee handl
Admission 50 ceuts. children and servsnts half price
Doorsopen at 7i o'clock; Panorama morcsatS. -
A DEKBEE FARM" AND RESIDENCE, situated
iTX. on tbe Gallatin Turnnike. milM rrr, vi,.;n.
cwitaiuing about 7 acres, ou which the subscriber nowrc
usidos. The dwelling, which Las recently Jbeen erected, is
or tbe best materials and style, and ttrn a convenient.
plan, embracing nine rooms and several halls, with alt ne
.The sod is very productive. Tlie water It cool and wire.
among in aoundance. Tho orchard contains various kinds
of bearing fruit trees of excslfentquility.
. ..c.w,,, uu njcipiy, me ueiirioorliooa is un-
tract is suscepu't-le of being divided into
iga Beautiful buildm? site,' with lun-
nnd linil. at fnmrJv1tttnrr PMtna.iiin
can be bad at any time. A.H.FORD.
' ur.urr particulars, apply to- .. H
r r...i i.. . .
. ,M . IiIaUSLEY A CKOCKtUV
l"lr2, 2awtf tw Asents. Col We street
Wh have thw tlav received
ai) l)lllll.n..-t-n U . I : f !. ., Tl. . - j . I""?
."ii;u wo invuetne attenUon ofsmoiers.
FOR ST. LQ UIS.The S B ItEPJTB- , ffT H
LIC, CoitEtTT, Master, will leave.for Lfeftf
g' - tuis on Friday, Aug.lStb, at 3 o'clock sMmMMm
r M. For freight or parage apply on board, or to ,(' 5
"augU e r 6 A, HAMILTON, Agcn.
ComorSkir iSummftiT account of the mo?t disangntsfiei
perwasofwtl Ages; "Nations,- nd Professions, indnding
more than Oee.ThoauiJ;Kticle3 of Ancr:eo,Biographj-
BrBev.J.L. Blake, D. D.
LydTs PrincijUes of Geology
a IIO.MR r;CKCI.OPtEDIA;
ITandSSddUdfJlCtj UiefuLAris, t .Ut.Zii Oj2."4
do do cf UniverSaVSiography.
do ' do' 'of LitiratureanSthe:Ijne Arls.
fta QldDominion, By Hon. J.P;. Kennedy, jj
A:taIeof theTorrAScendencyBy J.P."Kennedy.' " -'
. "- TOON A RUTLAND, '
angl2 ' ' . 44 Union st.
. . SCHOOL-BOOKS. "
We are prepared to furalikjColIeges, Academies Ac with
every variety of School Books, at the lowest prices.
" BOOKS! BOOKS 11 " "
THE. .COURSE OF EMPIRE, YOYAOE OFXIFB. and
herpictnres. of Thomas Coje, N A, with selections rom
his Letters, and miscellaneous writing; Ulnstrationa of his
. Life, Character and'Gemous. By-Loms L Noble l vol
ciotm - 1-- ' -'- a-x.-i -JIARMADUKE-
WTVIL, an HUforical Romance of
16oi: By Henry Wm Herbert 1 vol cloth. .- k
inmrtf J -i . r - . T - T. Tana Wim!trit T
.1 iwtjr. n. laic ur j uun ywjjie,, y J v ' '
Hooper, with illustrations.
NOTABILITIES IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND, with
must rations. ByPhilarefaChisles;
LEILA; OR, THE ISLAND, a tale, by Ann Jraser Tyt
ler. ECHOES OF ABELLfof.a'Yoics'from the Past, By I
ROMANCE OF AMERICAN HISTORIC as. illostrated
in the early events connected with the French settlement at
Fort Carolina; the Spanish Colony .af S.t Angustine, and the.
ivi;i pi ntitlmr nt Jomitnwtr Br JospdIi Bauvard.
ByiL?.riV.; :',-!.V., "
SLX Yf.VRS LVTER; Or, The.Tckea" oCthe
last volume, completing tha w hofa work. For sale by
angll g IIAG.VN.
FIRST BOOK FOR CHILDR.EI7.
VAb'GHAN'S Speller, Defincr and 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- orGod, and the Practice of
Virtue.- By Mrs S A Vaughan, for many years an. instruc
tor of youth ia the Southern States.
Jus'.re ceived and for sale by the dozen or eingle copy by
. .". - CHARLES W.jSMlTn,
augll . M--, - Col'ego-streefe
, . 27EW, BOOKS. '
FERNT.EAVES, by Tunny Fern;
niCENWOOD LEAVES, by Grace Greenwood;
MOIJERN FLUITATIONS, by Catherine Sinclair;
MILES TREMEMENUERE, iho Love Test;
ALEXANDER SiltTirS POEMS;
RUM PLAGUE, by ZschockU-,
TiaJSANFEDESTL Or, A Night with tlie Jesuits at
Romel 'iy Edward-Farrance. For sale by
augi7 JOHX YORKACO.
- " . -SWAB'S" BEP0BTS.
Report of cases argned, and:determined in the Supreme
Courtif -Tennessee, donrjj the years 1S5I-2. By "W. G.
Swan,"State Reporter. For sale by
' johivYork; & co.t
augl7. No. 44, Union street.
v -' . SCHOOL BOOKS.'
J. Y0RK!A CO. have on hand a complete stock of com
mon School and Classical Books which they odferfor sale by .
tho doien or, singly copy, at 'reduced prices'. 5
J. YJ3RK t CO. have just received a variety- ofsnperior
GoldiPeas,-- the best and cheapest article 'erci-offered for
sale in Nashville. 'J?ctry Pen WarraniM.. '
Cases Boots, Shoes? &c.
e. s:holTins& CO.,
WHOLESALE AD RETAII. DEALERK,
No. 21 and. 36, Coraer 0! College and Union streets,
fTAVE received for the FALL AND WINTER TRADE
JOL 1200 CASES BOOTS. StfOJX, HATS, C.I PS.
TlcnnCS, kr. Being tho LARGEST STOCK of Good
fbey liave ever offered in this market, and which for quality,
jm-xi and raritty will equal any Stock in the City.
Merchants and all others making iheir purchases in
Nashville, will find ittolheir INTEREST to give our Slock
an examination before buying.
R. S. HOLLINSA CO.
Z3 Feathers, Ginseng. Beeswax and Wool, received in
exchange for Goods at the highest market price.
uglT If a w n
i " MFO&TEB ASD DtAlXK
CHINA, GIVASK, AND (iURENSWAltE, and
, . Houie-lniishius- Articles.
Ag.IB.lSoS. lm XASliriLLE, TgYX
CTJj GIasvare-A very !arge and splendid awrimcnt,
i(f now in store, cheap for eah or t punctual dealers, at
tLf HICKS' CHINA HALU
Oueeustvnre The lanrest and most complete
stock ever before offered in this market, embracing
evervthinz usually kept in similar establishment.
p for the Ct-untry or City Trade, at
Aug. 16 111CA& U1U.A JUJO
CIIIxVAIn every v:inetvof shape and qua!
CUeaper than tbe same quality and ftylecan be
bought on Broadway, New York, at Retail or
If you don't believe it, try it at
HICKS' CHINA HALL.
BRITANNIA WARK-PIanished and Ja-
K pan 4 tin, hilver ruled and Uinnan idrer W nres,
t- Table Cntlerv-. Ac. a pood a.-iortmpnt. Also. Tor
and Fancy Atticlc suitable for I'l
in great variety, at
csenta. KitUien utenii
HICKS' CHINA n.VLL.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION-IS requested to
theur.iisnilly larceanil splendid assortment of extra
fine TI5A, DINNER. DESSERT, CHAMBER, TOILETTE,
and TETE-A-TETE SETTS, of French, German and Eng
Iislnnanufjclure. Aim, -fine Cut, Silreral and oiemSan
GUumeare Bowl. Vaes. Decanters, Tumblers, Cham
pjcno andJVice Glasses, Goblets, FrniU, Boxes Colognes,
' Jf wtlry Siands, and Fancy Articles generally.
Tbis stock is freslifroni thaiuanufactuiers, of -our own
importation, and sujitrior inducemeufa will be offered to the
Trade and private Families, ff'etfo ftcA intend to In under
sold V'jitni lifnue in tlti nr mnt other mirtet
Z-t- A call is soticiteo, at
North side Public Square.
HICKS CHIX. 1ULU J10.4B,
A. H. HICKS.
Nadiville, Aug IS, ISWt. lm d
SALE BY AUCTION.-MACIIINERY OF THE
HOPE COTTON FACTORY. The subscriber, having
determined to relinquish the Coiton business, will sell in
lots, by public Auction on tho premiiKS, on Wednesday,
Octoberith, 18-3. the COTTON M ACH INEItY oflhe HOPE
FACTtJRY, all in couiplef e running order, consisting of
2 Willow.'; '
Ct Cards, 0 inch Cylindeis, and 3 Batting Cards;
b I 'rawing frames;
S Railway Heads and Railways complete:
49 Live Spindle Flyer Throstles, G,Z Spindles;
8 Tube " - " 1062 " '
A I! iug and Traveler. " 32i '
Zi Heels, 1 Wick Stretcher. 1 Twister. 3 Yam Presses,
Warp Mills, 2 Spoolers, 1 FlyFrame. 24 Spindles, 2 Card
Grinders, 1 Spindle Grindtr. 1 Cogwheel Cutter. 1 Roller
Flutei; a large lot of finished and unfinished Bobbins, a
large lot of patterns; Ac.
Teems Sums of f 1,0th) or less, cash; larger amounts,
one-tout th cash.- balaneo endorsed notes at 6. 12 and li
lnontln. Persons wishing to examine the machinery will
.. 1 1 . . i . . . r . i . i if . . -1.
v.inafcujv waiviiimw, crjnier Jtarfccfr auu tiafersu.. i-jiu.
The Nashville Banner, Florence Gazette, H-.mtsville Dem
ocnt, Columbus ((!a ) Seutinel, Siiuth Carolinian, Memphis
Eigle A Enquirer copy in daily and weekly to-tbe amount
of nve dollars, and charga to thisoflicc (aug!6 lm.
Slossae Insm'aisce Cos5i
pasiy of New Yoi'JCo
CASH CAPITAL $5tX,000.
S. L. Looms, fretiJenL Cnos J Mabtix; Secretary.
-TTAMES WALKER baring been appointed agent of the
f J above Companyis now p-epared to make Fire and In,
land Marine-Insurance, upon tho most favorable term on
, all descriptionsof Buildings, Merchandise. Personal proper-
ly, AC, sc Ageccy anneomceoi me .asnrtiioinsuronco
nod Trust Co. No. AO College street. auglu lm.
S.B, M'C AlfY,
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11 permanently withdrawing, jiany persons are indebt
ed to roe by note and account, some foryeirs, and I "hope
wcy nut oaituau
I have remorei
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anu Considered m .iuoww . i w. x. B.& Co. liave als
Charles Lrel),Tdt A.. J?.. t- ;: - Alexander SniiU'rcms-. "
rty uu tiuuui, mriuer oeiay or rronoie. J
mylBooksand Papers'to the"robm-'
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Sketch Boot. BytahaL? ioihor of he Portfolio of
Southern If edical Student."' ' . . - .
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YUSEF; AJPRUSADE IN THE EAST. AirraliTo ?
Personal Adventures, and Jfovefs in the Shares 5f ths Medi
terranean; in Asia Minor, Palestine and Syria. ""With nu
"Wit, patbo and . instruction are' all 'united. In these
snrightlv -papers. Rarcryhave w Tottnd in a s!nriTti
ume so "much to charm and amuse. Rational Akliytw
ctr. . , ' f
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TOPE'S HOMER'S HEAD, vrithl taimaiTs niostraticns.
BOSWJELL'SJOHNSq withflrustratloPS. ' .
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HAZLETTS WORKS. li t. calf. ." '
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4. Madame De Seyigne'a Letters," to;
5. ily 1 Coverdales, Translation of the Bible. -'
fc -The Spectator, Tattler and Guardian, It voV, tjifl
morocco, gilt, 1 737. . f June 17.J
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I THESAURUS 0FKNGLI3H WORDS AND PHRASES--
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Classified and arranged so as to facilitate the Exprcasiou
cf Ideas, and assist in Literary Composition. ByTeter Mark
Roget Second edition revised and enlarged, xo; doth,
2. NATIONAL CYCLOPAEDIA OF XTSEFCL KNOWL
EDGE Being a Cyclopaedia of Alphabetical Reference for
every subject of human inquiry, embracing: AnHent and
Modern Literature, History, Civil and Ecelessu&ticat Chron
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Music In 12 vob. Sva half calf.
8. PICTORIAL SUAKSPEARE National Editira
IIAKSPEARE'S DRASfATIC WORKS AND POEMS--With
a Biography, .and Studies of his Works. By Chariest
Knight, S vols. Svrx, full calf. The Text of tbis Edition is
printed in a clear and beautiful type ettsncling acros the
page. "Many hundred wood cuts d'-oslratc the woric, aud to
each planm ahurtctitical noiifStis UtW.
WJL BOSVELLyMAMESLIf E OF DS-SAMUEL JOHN -fSON3fe5our
tothejlehijli,ifith Notes, by
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er. A new and cueup edition, Uiorougtiry reviwa mm
much additional matter. With portraits: roval Rroj doth.
5. BYRO.VSLord) POETICAL WORKS', LIFE AND
LETTERS. By Thomas Moore. Collected and Arranged,,
with Notes and Illustrations. Library Edition. Plated. IS
vols Foolscap Svo.
6. TJIrl AND WORKS OF ROBERT FERGUSON.
Plates. X vol. Foolscap, Svo. Cloth.
7. MEMOIRS, JOURNAL, AND CORRESPONDENCE
OF THOMAS MOORE. Edited bt Lord John Rnssell, 31.
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Stevenson and Samael Rogers, Esq.; and Vignettes; byT.
Creswick, R, A, of the Meeting of the Waters, and Moore's
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8. liYEIJ.'S.(Sir. Charles) JIASUAU 0? ELEMENTA
RY GEOLOGY; or, the Ancient Changes of tbe Earth and
itsInhabifantsV-as" nlnslraTSl' by Geological 3Ionumentt
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- plates and wood cuts.
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or, the Modern Changes of the earth and its Inhabitant;
ccderciasllhatrative of Ueiilegy. 2uthkand(nLnlr
revised edition. Illustrated with 3Ip, Plates and. Wood
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beot edition, besiitifiiBy printed, half calf
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WORLD, Illustrated with numerous Maps and Rirarug3
12. BURKE'S Edmund-WORKS AND CORRESPON
DENCE, a new edition in 8 vols.
FIELDING'S ,Henry'ORKS, eempkle In orn vol,
with a Memoir of the Author by Roscoe.
14. MACKINTOSHES Sir JamfeV 1LISGELLANE0C3
WORKS; completeln 1 vol.' ' ' .
13. MILNERS (Dr.ThraiiuJ OAffiuERV OF NATURE,
A Pictorial and Descriptive Toot through Creation, I!!m
tratire of the Wonders of Astronomy, Physiear Geography,
16. JOUNSTON'Sv Alexander Keith)PIIYSICAL ATLAS,
OF NATURAL PHENOMENA, 1 vol. 4to.
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JOANNA BAIL LIE, complettin one vol.
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OF SIR. WALTER SCOTT. 5 vols, calf
W. T. B. &. Co. have also just recefved
AVEBSTER"S Daniel) COMPLETE WORKS; fa 6 vols.
few beautiful copies.
CLOSING OUT AT COST.
DESIROUS of withdrawing from the Drug business, the'
undersigned uUerfrom tbis day their Musk of
Dnign, Medicines, Chemkok, Taint, Oiht Zhr
Sfalfc, Fancy Articles, dx.. dir.
BY WHOLESALE OR BY RETAIL, AT COST FOR
We will warrant every article sold as rmre and gnn k
a large portion of our stock being recent purchases.
To Physicians. Druggists, and the trade gtnerallr we of
fer rare clvmces for re-supplying their toek at tntt price.
V any one desirous of engaging in the business, we can
offer great inducements in excellent fixtures, n- fre-h and
well assorted stock, and a first rate locaiioo, tftgetber with
tlie good will of the hom.e.
All those indebted to us by note or account tor lS32.ara
earnestly requested to call and jay up.
CURRb'Y A MARTIN,
Chemists awl Dnirgists,
aug 13, 1833 No. 85, Untsu street
O ELECT POWDERS OF HASKULI SIEIU
O RICK AND BULL. A full andfreh assuruneo.jiut
received and offered to the profession at COS J', augia.
OURKICAX. INSTRUjlENTNTfT mr assort
O meat, alwavs complete, we hare added recentry
Jllaiund's Porte Caa-tique;
Chamiere's Flexible Metallic Boegies;
Catlin's Amputating Knives,
Hedge's Obstetrical Insrmmtants separate eHn'coa-.ptrta
Trepanning Instruments separate er in raises;
Gum elastic Iniectjnir Bjirs.- - .-
r .t...? ti . i .- " ... . ... ....
All of which will be soM .
"XJJ.VST FOV.'l)ERS.-rTwo gross of Presteuand
J. Merrill's. Willi thee Powders the dMih
standing, but is ready to bake as soon asmixeil. Ju txeijr
for Bad Bread.
"PURE CORN STARCH. One gross if ClarTeT.
JL numidacture, ralat.ible, nouribing und hfulthy. A
crcat delicacy for all, and a choice diet fur invalids and
children. Just received and for sate low.
"DOGL-E'S HYIniti..v Fi1:i7rrL. tLrr
j Xj this vary valuable Hair InvigonUor, ai 3UnuFaeturen
'PlItNil, SEEl.H)elereitW that friemis
L-hould not be ilnapininted in their Turnip Seed thi
season, we have brought from the North" a targe- aadetiofew
lotorSummer and U'interSefd, grtwu expressly for the "
Seed. We have the following varieties by the pound or pa
per Large Globe Turnips ; '
Early Flat Dutch (strap leaved J; .
Y"tllowFlat do; . "
EailyStono . do:
Dales Green Hybrid do, very delicately flawed and
much esteemed top table nse; - -
Rutabaga, or Swedish do; - . -
Late Flat Dutch do. For safe low by '
CURREY A MARTIN,
".ugl3 NfK vr Union Sfrctt
LXOIDtU D. STtVfCSOX. tOOlST u wnrtw
STEVENSON i 1VHITE.
Kb. 59, College street.
HAVE on hand a large and desirable sock of STAPLE
AND FANCY DRY GOODS, which thenwiU sell
very cheap for cash, in order to reduce (kefr tock. btt,f e
they receive their Fall purchases. AH of you whaliie eood r
WKhaveouhand a Urge and beautirrt stock oTLUdirs
.-,?Kir9,0.0D;!f.sni!,'u P1-"" ciieeked and bro
cade Silks; Nik R-djea, Bentges and Berage Robes; and a
large lot of beautiful French Muslins, all cf which. wHI be-
sold extremely low tor cash by
STEVENSON A WH1TL.
I7RENCH NEEDLE WORlWsfMTRfSON .
? A VVHirK hir i.,.r .rt . . u. .Iry nr
Irench Needle Works, Mich as Collars, Mmv&y Ch&ifeett,: .
Uandkercltiels, Edgings, Inserttiigs, itibb&ns. Ac, which
they are selling at very reduced prices Cur osh- augt.
HO USE-FUJtNLSHING fiOOD- Ve nuTt
received a large siocsef Darnast, LUieB iihttuui.d
lancu Stieetiugs, Table Domasi", and a large tot of Plain.
Linen Nsnkina and Damask Towels, which will be sold mr
lowforcashbr augt SrKVENSON A WllITK
All you who wish to purchaj Cloihs, Cassimeres
S Linens, Patent Shirtvlonen and Drilling Dni w.
-' 'Clloa. Linen and Silk ilandcereMef. mX,m.s
.ats.call in at ai'&vjuiau.i a v iiirjsswXo. sff-nnl. .
umajce room tor ueu-fauoiocs. auirt-