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K.S. KAST1CA.Y, G.CTOUUKrr, M.CCCUUitU
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KEITORS AKD PEOPBIETOIIS.
TUESDAY MORXIXG, DEC. G, 1833.
"We give up our paper to-day almost exclusively
to tbe interesting news matter which has been ac
camnlating for Ecveral days. '
LATER FROM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. "
The dates from the Sandwich Islands are to the
SlhofOct2S days later.
The recent change of Jliniilcrs seems to have sat
isfied the people for tlia present, and affairs were
proceeding very quietly. Owing to a discrepancy
between the Constitution and the Organic Acts, II.
11. II. Prince Lot Karaehameha has temporarily re
signed the Premiership, and that it lias pleased His
Majo''' to re-nnnoint John Young, Esq., to the of
fice of Kuhina NuL
ilie Argus, although opposed to Annexation,
opens its columns to the advocates of the measure.
Several elaborate articles in its favor have recently
appeared. The writer, in discussing at length the
various objections made to Annexation, says:
The exjwrt of sugar alone to California, during
the last month, amounted to a very large sum. Cof
fee, though but little cultivated, lias always found a
ready purcha?er in the land of gold, and if the plan
ters are able to sustain themselves under the pres
ent heavy duties that they are compelled to pay to
the Government of the United States, is it not plain
ly apparent how great and important a stimulus
would be offered to the cultivation of the soil if this
objection were removed? But these are not by any
means the only articles that could be successfully
cultivated for exportation in this fertile group of
islands. A never failing uarket for all the tropical
fruits that could be grown here would be discovered.
Oranges, pine apples bananas, melons, &c, form a
most valuable branch of business between Cuba and
the United States, as any'ono conversant with the
subject is aware. But were sugar and coffee the
only articles that wo are capable of raising for ex
portation, we should tinder the protecting wingof
the American Eagle, find a larger consumer than
we were able to tupply.
The writer then goe3 on to show that the natives
are all rapidly fading away that an industrious
population is necessary to recuperate the Islands,
that no such population can be expected by a union
with France or Great Britain, and that it is only by
annexation to the United States that an immigra
tion could be effected. '-That will revive the decay
ing energies of this nation, for to all others they are
comparatively of little value, and no other can be
compared to the United States in the amount of
mutual advantage! that will be conferred, for no
other will bring the same amount of population with
the energy and the industry to develop the resources
of the soil"
From tbe Alia CaliG rnian, Nar. 1.
Two questions have Hbsorbed the entire attention
of the jioluiciaii?, viae the removal of the capital,
and the election of a IT. S. Senator. The attempt
to remove the capital is occasioned by a desire to
favor Sacramento City, the prop jscd capital, and by
thrf desire of some of the members to enj -y moic
luxurious fare than is to be had at BenecU.
Tiie Senator proposed to be elected cannot take
his seat until December, i8".i; and it is contrary to
custom to make the election so long before the Sen '
ator elect can take his seat. Tne cause of the
hiatus is -that one of the aspirants thinks he can hi
elected at the coining se?sion, while it may -be ex
ceedingly doubtful if postponed until oo. The can
didates arc Gwina, Broderick, Congressman ile
Dougal, and Collector Hammond.
On the 18th, there were two steamboat explo
sions, lhe American i.a"le iagle-exploiled near
the '-Three Sloughs," killing six persons.
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THE KXOXVILLK STATESMAN.
Our friend Hcrlev wishes a partner in the pub
lication of his paper who is a practical printer. We
endorse what he says of the prospect in the fol
Important to Pp.txTEns. An experience of near
a year, as sole editor and proprietor of the States
man, has fully convinced as that the labor of con
ducting such a journal as is demanded at this point
i. .ii i i' i- -ii
it aiiucim-i iuu utavy lur any single muivmuaL
In view of this, we are constrained to solicit a nart
nership, and now address ourselves to those who
desire connection with a paper at one of the best
points in theSoirh. We would prefer a practical
For the information of those who may not know
wc will say that Knoxville is geographically the cel..
Dal city of Eat Tennessee; commercially it is its
emporium, and politically its metropolis. It is Em
phatically e place for the political organ of this
division of the State. Knoxville, and in truth, the
whole of East Tennessee, is in every respect rapid
ly improving. It possesses vast agricultural and
unequal mineral resources, and with its unrivaled
natural advantages it is destined to be the most ex
tensive manufacturing section in the entire South.
Eist Tennessee isconceded to possess more natural
wealth than almost any other section of equal cx
tent in the Union. Capital, entequise and industry
are attracted, stimulated and extensively enlisted in
the developement of its abundant resources. Knox
ville is located in the midst and is, prospectively at
least, the great central depot of her vast productions.
Ths East Tennessee and Georgia Railroad is comple
ted to within twenty-eight miles of us and will reach
ns in a few months. The East Tennessee and Vir
ginia Road is in rapid progress of construction and
will be completed soon. Tho Rabun Gap Road to
Charleston, South Carolina, is in part built and the
entire line is under contract. The Knoxville and
Kentucky Road is surveyed and a large amount of
the stock subscribed and will, without doubt, be in
course of construction in a short time. From this
it will be seen that Knoxville is the point at which
four of the most important Railroads in the Union
centre, connecting here with tho East, South, North
There are two Whig, one Democratic and two
Religious Journals published in our city. The
tStalt.wian is the only Democratic paper here, we are
wholely without competition. It is in our view,
and the judgment of the well informed, the best
location (or a Demoora tic journal in the State.
Further; we have altogether the best office in East
Tennessee, as we arc informed the largest and best
assortment and most extensive variety of Job and
Advertising type and material. We have also an
excellent subscription and advertising patronage.
We are no practical printer, and we find it impos
sible to attend to indispensable professional engage
ments, and conduct the entire bu-iness satisfactorily
to ourself, and consequently feel compelled to dis
pose to either a pad or the entire interest in the
Those who feel inclined to accent either of our
propositions would do well to address us promptly
on the subject Terms will be made easy.
Our brother editors will confera favor by noticing
Spain and the Sale ok Ccba Mr. Soolf. The
following is an extract from a private letter, dated
Madrid, Nov. 3, 1853.
Tn my last letters I have impressed upon yon that
the queston of Cuba is misunderstood in the United
States. Too much importance has been placed up
on the idea that the inordinate pride of old Spain
would be an almost insuperable objection to the ac
quMtion of that much overrated island.
Before Mr. Soule's arrival here, I had come to the
conclusion that with a fair display of sagacity thai
object of his mission might be obtained. I am cer
tain of it now. It is a question not of pride but of
income, and our minister with his polished and skill
ful diplomacy, united with a personal bearing char
ming to the Spaniard, will find it easy to present
and arrange this affair of Cuba. Indeed, the only
point about which lie need entertain any fears, is
the difference between what the Queen's Govern
ments get now, and what ho agrees to payjforthese
old fashioned people in Spain, here, understand how
to make one pay as well as some others who boast
of a higher condition of niora's. After tedious and
most diligent investigation, my impression is that
the income from Cuba accruing to the Queen's Gov
ernment is very much overrated. I have not yet
had an opportunity of conversing with the Minister.
my whole intercourse having been with parties on
the Sanish side. More of this anon.
Truly, yours. D. A.
China. According to the New York Sun, the
population of China is estimated at 3G7,C32,907 in
habitants. In the dependencies of Mantchooria,
Turkistan, Thibet, Sec, the population is about 40,
000,000, making a total of over 400,000,000 of
people under one government, or eighteen times a3
many as live under this republic Should our popu
lation double in number every half century, it
would require two hundred and fifty years to ac
quire a population equal to the present population
of China. The quantity of land iu China is esti
mated atS30,S20,100 English acres, of which 111,
119,347, or nearly one-sixth, is under cultivation.
The total area in square miles is 1.297,999, and the
population on each square mile 2S3. Where tho
Chinese a warlike people and as far advanced in all
the arts and sciences as the Americans or English,
the' could overrun all Asia and conquer the com
bined armies of Europe. Tho effects of a success
ful revolution among 400,000,000 cannot be fore
shadowed by any human imagination.
Tuc IToo Market. The price of hogs for pack
ing is about 4 J cents net, with no sales. The pack
ers are all slaughtering, and kill in the aggregate
about 8,000 per day, the weather yesterday being
very favorable for the business. The total number
slaughtered up to the present time exceeds 80,000.
Louisville Courier, Dec. 2.
Stockton exploded near tho City of New York of
the Pacific, and killed two persons, several outers
are yet in imminent danger.
A prostitute named Mary Lee was murdered by
Ida Brewer, of the same class, in Sacramento, on
the 21st. Cause, jealously. The murdered woman
was followed to the grave by a large procession.
There was a disgraceful riot at Martinez, in Cala
veras county on the night of the lath. The Ameri
cans and Spaniards got into a general fight. Three
Spaniards were mortally wounded.
The Frenchmen, accused of theft, were most dis
gracefully maltreated by a mob at Columbia, on the
llth ult. They were afterwards delivered over to
the proper authorities, and the grand jury refused
to find an indictment against them.
The potato crop in Santa Cruz has failed. The
cause is a worm which enters at the eyes and de
stroys the inside of the potato
There have been several duels during the fortnight
in the interior, but nothing fatal
The Mines. The mining news of the fortnight
has been interesting, but there are few items of suf
ficient importance to attract attention abroad. Tn
our last summary, we noticed the convention held
in the beginning of last month at Sacramento, by
delegates from different water companies of the
State. Most of these companies commenced opera
tions in the summer of 1852, after two compara
tively dry winters, and when large amounts of dirt
liad been thrown up to be washed. Many of the
.canals were undertaken hastily and managed badly,
and the consequence is. that they have been unprofi
table stock. The convention in attempting to obtain
legislation favorable to the' canalling system have
awakened some opposition among the unassociat
ed miners, who have to pay the companies for
the use of the water, and often look upon them a3
New diggings'have been discovered at various
A number of miners Live returned from Austra
lia, and all agree that it does not equal California
for the richness of its placers, and is far inferior in
the enjoyment of those popular rights which are
dearer to the American than gold. The emigration
from here has ceased entirely.
It is said that sevoral parties are organizing in
the interior to visit the mines on the head waters
of the Amazon.
Sm Francisco. The Land Commissioner have
been very active during the fortnight, and have de
cided fifteen cases. They have decided nineteen
cases in all, of which ten, containing 99,000 acres,
have been confirmed, and nine containing 201,000
acres, have been rejected.
Tho whole State looks forward anxiously to see
the day when all the land titles of California will be
permanently settled; and from that day the perma
nent prosperity of the State will date. A principal
cause of the emigration from our State is the inse
curity of the land titles.
The Sonora Filibustering Expedition has attract
ed considerable attention. A portion of the party,
about seventy, started on the night of the IGth, on
the bark Caroline. One hundred and eighty others
were afterwards taken out to her by two steam
tug boats. Nothing has been heard ot them since
they left On th3 21st the steamer S. B. Wheeler,
previously engage! in the river trade, lelt the har
bor to be employed, it is said, iu the coasting trade
of the Sandwich Islands. Another report said that
she was to take part in the fillibustering expedition.
On the 27th the steamer Goliah took 1G0 passen
gers, an unusually large number, for Los Angelos,
and it is reported that these were a portion of the
party. It is expected that the expedition will be a
complete failure, and the people generally have but
little sympathy with it
On the 22d ult the St Francis Hotel was burned.
In 1849 and '50 it was the fashionable hotel of the
city; lately it has been used principally as a lodging
house. J. J. Coleman, a printer by trade, formerly
of Maryland, perished in the flames. He leaves a
wife and two children in Maryland.
A most diabolical murder was perpetrated on
Sunday evening at S.- o'clock, on the road between
Oakland and San Antonio. The circumstances,
which wc obtain from a resident of Oakland, are as
follows : Dr. Marshall, the victim, resided with his
wife in a small house on the road above mentioned.
A Mexican dismounted at the door, and asked for a
drink and a light for his cigarretto, and, while in
the act of receiving these hospitalities, he stepped
back, drew a loug knife, and stabbed tho Doctor,
the blade entering the left side and passing almost
through the body, ne sprang to his horse, and
the Doctor, with the assistance of his wife, stag
gered into the house, seized his pistol, and fired
several shots at the murderer, but without effect.
Assistance was at once procured from Oakland, but
before medical aid arrived the unfortunate man ex
pired. Conjecture is at a loss to ascertain the ob
ject of this deed. Dr. Marshall was universally es
teemed, and did not know ot an enemy in the
world. His wife is almost frantic at the bereave
ment Oregon. We have news from Portland to the
The papers complain that the Territory produces
little and imports a great deal, even of those ar
ticles in which Uicgon might produce au abundance.
The treaty with the Rogue River Indians has
been published After the formation of the treaty,
some of the whites who disliked the treaty and de
sired the extermination of the red men fired upon
The cost of the Rogue River war was about
Washington Territon It is reported that gold
has been found on the Yenoss, and that minere arc
making from S3 to SO per day.
JIawailn Mends. Prince Kamehameha has re
signed the office of prime minister, and John Young,
the former incumbent, and a person particularly un
popular with the annexionists and anti-missionary
party, has been reinstated.
Sale of North Carolina Gold Mines. We
learn from the Charlottesville (N. C.) Democrat, that
the AVashiugton, the Lawson, and the Howie gold
mines, in Union county, in tint State, have lately
been purchased by an association of New York cap
italists, who will soon have two engines of 100
horse power each at work. The new company will
adopt the titlo of the "Union Gold-Mining Com
pany." The Lawson mine, since its first discovery,
it is said, has produced about $100,000; and the
Hdwio mine has returned the comfortable sum of
?150,000. The Gold Hill mine, in the same State,
has yielded for the last two weeks, according to the
Democrat, the sum of 12,000.
J3tf" The Detroit Tribune estimates that a strip
of country at least thirty miles in length has been
burned over by the late fire in that vicinity, that
twenty-seven houses have been destroyed, and the
crops and wood on at least one hundred farms have
been entirely destroyed. The fire does not confine
itself to the woods, but spreads in the soil, which it
burns off to the depth of a foot or over. One man
had sixty-five acres of pine timber land destroyed.
Balances Dukto Government. Iu his forthcom
ing annual report of the Treasury Department, Mr.
Guthrie, it is said, wi'l show that the uncollected
balances due to government on the Treasury books
on the 4th of March last, exceeded one hundred
millions of dollars; of which amount over twenty
millions have been since secured, while about eigh
ty millions still remain unsettled. Orders have
been issured to the accountingofficcrs, directing them
to use strenuous measures to enforce settlement.
Washington, Dec. 2. It is generally believed
that Mr. Forney will be re-elected as Clerk ol the
House of Representatives, and Gen. Armstrong as
The events which are now in progress in Austra
lia, are f'ratig'it with morc than ordinary interest
The gold discoveries have been followed by a large
accession to the population, and from a rlass of peo
ple distinguished for their activity, enterprise and
intelligence. With increase of population the ma
terial progress of the country has been greatly pro
moted. Wealth has been created inpidly, com- t
mercc has been expanded, social liabits have been
unsettled, new interests, as diversified as those of
oldcrprovinccs, have been created, and as a matter
of necessity, a legislative policy is demanded, which
involves important changes in the pofitical structure j
of the government The o'd colonial adminis ratioa
have managed affairs so as to produce great popular 1
discontent. Worthless and incompetent men have !
been appoiuted to enforce the laws. These haveac- i
ted almost unrestrainedly; in soini instances, j
through favoritism, allowing tho greatest laxity in I
the laws, an I in others enforcing them in a way the i
uiuow jurjuuiciai possioie to me general interests.
Neither do the local legislatures represent the opin
ions of the people, being actually, from the way
some of the electorial districts are arranged, as in
Yictoria, the representatives of only one per cent
.of the population! The failure of the Colonial Of
fice to devise constitutions suitable to the wants and
agreeable to the wishes of the colonies, caused the
adoption of another plan Uiat of leaving it to the
colonies to make constitutions for themselves; the
experiment has not resulted as favorably as ex
pected. The resident government officials in the different
colonies have contrived to get the ascendency, and
the proposed new constitution in South Australia
provides for a legislature composed of two cham
bers; the lower of which shall be elective, while the
upper house, corresponding to the English house of
Lords, is to consist of members nominate! by the
executive. In New South Wale3, the committee
not only recommend that the upper house shall be
nominated, but propose the creation of a titled he
reditary aristocracy, which shall possess the right of
being summoned to the upper house, without nom
ination by the crown or election by thepeople. That
twenty of the first created Peers, and their descen
dants after them, shall possess seats for life in the
upper house, and that when the number of persons
to whom the titles shall be given or descended ex
ceeds fifty, the legislative Council, as nominated by
tho Governor, shall cease, and a new one be formed
from the order of hereditary nobility, who are to
m.'ecana eiccr, twenty ot their body, who, with the
original patentees sitting in virtue of their creation
are to compose the council. The committee say
they have no wish to "sow the seeds of the future
democracy, and do not feel inclined to hazard the
experiment of an upper house based on a general
elective tranchise. buch a Irancmse, once created,
will be difficult to recall.
This proposition has been received with a shout
ol derision by the inhabitants of New South ales,
who have already nicknamed the proposed titled
and hereditary branch of the government as the
"Botany Bay Peerage," deriving its noble descent
irom the lelons and outcasts ol the mother country.
Out of this state of feeling have arisen two antago
nistic forces the strong popular tendencies on one
side, and the utterly irresponsible nature of the gov
ernment on the other. These nre gradually ap
proaching each other, and tne contact must produce
disturbances. The issue to which of them shall pre
vail, for upon that fact depends tho future political
condition of Australia. From the tone of feeling
in both Australia and England, it is evident that
the project of hereditary aristocracy is regarded
with disfavor in both countries. One looks upon it
as an insolent attempt to abridge the rig! ts and
liberties of the people, and the aristocracy of Eng
land regard it as a ridiculous caricature of itself
At Bendigo the miners arc on the point of resis
tance to the Government, justifying their position
by the democratic principle, that they will not sub
mit to taxation without representation a princi
ple, the maintenance of which, caused the inde
pendence of the American colonies in 177G. The
British Government has exacted a license fee of
thirty shillings per month from every digger in the
colony. The feu or fine has been enforced with
great rigor, the revenue police having, in many in
stances, levied upon the miners' goods and tools for
payment The diggers have, in public meeting, re
solved not to pay the tax, as they were not repre
sented in the Legislature. Governor La Trobe re
fused io receive thedeputation from the meeting, al
leging that the American settlers had instigated the
The miners have armed themselves, and resolved
to tender a ten shillings' fee, by way of compro
mise, and that, should it be refused, no licenses
whatsoever should bd taken out, and every tent on
the gold-field should bear an inscription to that ef
fect As the Governor threatens them force, a col
lision is probable. Philadelphia Ledger.
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ary next, print such an increased edition as .will en
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"MORRIS & WILLIS.
-i WIDOWOLOaY PHILOSOPHISED.
OIs, r.onc of your boardiag-acliool tnissea,
Vour"sweet, timid creatures" forme
Who rave about Cupid and blisses,
Vet know not wha either may be;
I don t feel at all sentimental.
Nor care I for Uyron a rap,
U'lt give me a jolly and eentle
1 oung widow in weeds and a cap !
Ti i her I would offer m v dutr.
For, in trutb, all belief it exceeds,
Ti i see how the blossom of beauty
Is lieightened by peeping from "vreedi;"
SI le is armed cap-a-j, it fur the strugjle,
To her cap I a captive belong,
An! the wink of her magical ogle
Is a challenge to laughter and song.
The tremors of girlhood aro over,
Ixjve's blossom has ripened to fruit;
And her "first love," asleep under clover.
Is the soil where my passion takes root;
Tis pleasant foknew, "the departed"
Was tenderly cared to the last
And that she mil not die broken-beartei.
If should pop oSjust as fast,
II er temper Is never so restive,
Her duty she knows and a .shape
Li never so sweetly suggestive
As when it is muffled in crape.
The maid wears one ring when he marries,
In proof she all others discards
But the widow-wife wfrelier carries
A pais of these marital guards 1
So none of your board-school misses.
Your sweet, timid creature.! forme
Who rave about Cupid and blisses.
Yet know not what either may be I
I don't feel at all sentimental,
J"or care 1 for Byron a rap
Give me a plump, jolly and gentle
Young widow in weeds and a cap !
HASHYILLE ffHtOH &1HERID1H
BENEFIT OF MR. H. T. IIAURIS.
Firstappearance for two years of Miss KATE WALTER?,
me ueiebatted uaneues.
First appearance of Mrs. Buxton.
TUESDAY EYEXIN'fi. DECEMBER 6, 1833,
Will be perfomed the Play of
TIIE RAKE'S PROGRESS.
Betty Huggins, Mrs. BUXTON"
l'as Styrien by Miss Kate Waltersand Mr. ETerett.
To conclude with the Drama of
LA TO UR DENEHLE,
HJ-Box Office open from 9, A. M., to 12 M.; and from
to 5, P. M., tbe seats may be secured.
PRICE OF ADMISSION' Box and Parqnette, 75 cents;
Second Tier, 50 ceuU; Second Tier, (second class,) 50 cts;
wioreu uix, ov cents; colored uaiiery, Uft cents.
Doors open at GJf. Performance to commence at
MD FELLOWS' II ALL RAENAE'S
J Grand, Magnificent and Picturesque Moving Mirror
or the Creation, the. Garden of Eden and the Deluge, will
open at Odd Fellows Hall for a few days only, commencing
THURSDAY EVENING. Dec. 1st. Admittance 56 cents.
Children and Servants 25 cents. Doors open at 6i o'clock
curiam risesai t u'cioctt. v I x)A.?i,
nov29 tf Delinietor and Manager.
aiAJonTvER iilves :
The Celebrated Tennessee Dwarf I !
C UCCESSFCL RIVAL OF GENERAL TOM THUMB!
O Will hold his Levees, for a few days, at the Cornkk of
UNION" AND UIltURT brP.EtTS.
The greatest Wonder of the Age ! He is now twenty.
ue tears uiu; weiguiujf mirir puunu, aim nieaaunui; iu
height thirty inches, and is the greatest INDIA RUBBER
MAN in the world. He performs some astonishing feats
in r-LAsnuii l.
Z3 Admission, 25 cents. Children 10 cents. dcc2
EMPORIUM Or FASIIIOX.
Q TILL continues to carry on the above business, and will
yj auena to auoraersior anyming in ins uneoi ousiness,
with nromDtness and despatch.
Just received and for sale Buggies and Barouches, of
the mr.st fashionable style
Tnn Largest Trnxir ok the Season'. A. G.
Wilcox has sent us one of the largest turnips of
the season. It is the product of his farm, five miles
from Nashville, on the White's Creek Turnpike,
and weighs 11 jj lbs.; measuring 32 inches in cir
cumference. Can Old Williamson tum-vp anything
that Avill beat this, friend Cameron? Xashville
P" Don't know what Bro. Cameron can do
for that, but if you will come over into East Ten
nessee, we will enmparo notes with you. One of
our subscribers, John Blair, residing in Monroe
county, some six or seven miles from Loudon, has
a Turnip in his field which measures 34 inches in
circumference! Another one of our subscribers,
Mr. J B. Russell, residing in the same neighborhood,
has a Pumpkin that weighs S3 pounds. And our
highly esteemed friend, Joseph Anderson, another
subscriber, and who by the way has an excellent
stock of goods for sale at his store three miles from
this place, sent ns what we thought to be a bag full
of Pumpkins, but which proved to be four mam
moth Turnip?, and he has plenty more of the "same
sort." Beside this, Rev. Mr. Snccd, of Sweetwater,
9 or 10 miles from this place, had a field in Wheat
the past summer, from which he realized 50 per
acre, after deducting the entire expense of cultiva
tion! Loudon Press.
The ship Morning Star, Capf. Foster, and Ejmmi
nondus, CapL Coudry, arrived at New Orleans
from Boston on Friday, as also the Ship Oswego,
CapL Williams, from New Yoik, and the Barque
Saranac, CapL Hay, from Charleston.
The steamer Harry W. Hill, brought down to
New Orleans from Memphis on Thursday last, 4345
bales cotton. The Bulletin says this is the largest
cargo ever received at that port, by one boat; with
one exception the Autocratin 1849.
THE METHODIST PROPERTY SUIT.
Baltimore, Dec. 2. It !s officially announced
that the important Property Question between the
two Branches of the Methodist Church, which has
been this week before a Commission consisting of
the Rev. Drs. Smith, and Early, of Virginia, Green,
of Tennessee, and Parsons, of Kentucky, for the
South; and Messrs. Carlton, Phillips. Porter, and
Rev. Dr. Peck, lor tho iNortliern Church, Judge
McLean, yielding to the earnest request of both
parties, acting as Umpire, has been amicably settled.
The precise conditions of the adjustment will not
be made public until after the withdrawal of the
suits by the consent of the Court of Law. It is
generally understood, however, that an equal divis
ion of the property between the Northern and
and Southern Sections has been agreed upon.
CHOLERA IN NEW ORLEANS.
The New Orleans papers of the 29th contain a
report of the interments in that city for the week
ending November 27th, as follows: Whole num
ber of deaths, 201; of which 129 were by cholera.
The commission to divide the property be
tween the Methodist Church South and the Metho
dist Church North has effected a settlement, now
in session at New York. The representatives for
the South arc Rev. Drs. Smith and Earlv, Ya.,
Parsons, of Ky., and Greek, of Tenn., and for the
NorthMessrs. Carlton, PniLLirs, Porter, and Rev.
Dr. Peck. Judge McLean, at the earnest request
of both parties, has consented to act as umpire.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS ASSOCIATED
with him in business, JO. Y. GIBSON, of this city,
under the style of STEVENS & GIBSON.
EJWe have removed lo Woods new building. No. 8 College
street, opposite Edwards & Harris', 2d door from Church
street, and would respectfully solicit from my former cus
tomers a continuance of their patronage.
Nashville, Dec. ,i853. JNO. B. STEVENS.
TIIE BEST MUSIC BOOK!
The New Carmirm Sacra !
BY LOWELL MASON.
"CONTAINING a collection of lhe mot popti lar tunes in
J all Mr. Mason's previous works. 2 The most useful
compositions of CUARLES ZEUNER. 3. New Music
And 4. Additional Eiercises all in one volume ! Thus it
is believed the New Carmina is made the most valuable
COLLECTION OF CUURCH MUSIC
in tbe world. Nearly 350 ,00 Carmina Sacra solo! Seven
teen letter stamps received by mail will comand a copy tor
examination, free of postage.
RICE A KENDALL,
decO Publishers, Boston.
"VfEW AKKAKC EM EXT- The undersigned hav
Xi inc pnrouased ot J. Jl. bun 11 ins enure mock in
trade, intend carrying it on in all its various branches, and
solicit from onr friends and the customers of the houi a
liberal share of their custom.
decS-Sm McCLURE A MOORE.
STOVES. We have now on hand, and will receive large
additions in a fen- days, a splendid assortment of
stoves ol every description, and wilt sell Uiem on as good
terms as an v bouse mlueciiy.
decG McCLURE A MOORE,
No. 10 Broadway, formerlyoccupied by J. M. Smith.
A NOTIIER TIME SALE OF VIRGINIA
f TOBACCO AT AUCTION. hvDAVISl SWAXN.
On TUESDAY, the fitn day DECEMBER, inst, we will sell
on a credit ol lour motitns,ior sums over one hundred dollars,
for notes satisfactorily endorsed, pavable in Bank
380 boxes Fine a'nd Common Virginia Tobacco, of the
25 boxes Hare's best " superior;
5a " Roobert Morris Tobacco. 4 pound lumps;
50 " do do, small packages;
40 " Charles Bowditch;
2.i " Same Old Coon;
50 " James Robb;
4.' " John Marshal!;
10 " OldTonen
2." " La Bell, 'Vcr.lena;
15 " Arnold's Best;
2. " Sally Sims, lo pound boxes;
20 " do Julia Dean.
At the same time we will sell for CASH, an invoice of as-
soneil (jiUASS v Aitfc, direct Irom tbe worts tt l"it!sburgh,
consisting of 217 boxes plain and flute Tumblers, squat and
iuu jais, visnes, ongars, sails, sc.
500 SACKS FINE SALT;
20 hogsheads Sugar,
50 bags prime new Coffee;
50 bbls Cincinnati Whisky;
20 Bye, do;
10 American Brjndv;
15 India birrels S. M. Wine;
50 boxes Melee Cigars;
100 barrels Flour;
50 boxes tV. R. Cheese.
dec5. DAVIS A SWAN
AOS. 9 AXD 11 DEADEKiCK STREET,
WHERE the citizens of Nashville, in want of any descrip
tion or plain or uney job printing are respectlully invited
to call and leave their orccs; the work will be executed
in a superior style and at the lowest prices.
The facilities afforded bv our splendid steam apparatus as
the proprietors toexecute every kind of printing with the
utmost despatch, irom tne largest size roster to uio small
est visiting cam.
HASHVI1LE "WHOLESALE PRICES OTrSBEXT.
Axes. Collins A Co 13 00 14 00
Other warranted brands 9 00 (A 10 60
Beeswax. Yellow 23
P rooks. Common, t doz X 10 1 25
Shaker 2 50 (A 3 50
BccEETSObio, p doz 2 50 (A - 75
Castings. Common Castings, lb i (A 6
Mill Cranks, Ac. ........... (A 4
Wagon boxes, p bett. 00- (A 1 25
Cooperage. Molasses barrels, 1 00 (A
Pork do.... (ia 1 00
Whisky, do SlO (A 1 CO
Flour do 40 50
Slack hogsheads 1 60 (A
Cottox Yarxs. Assorted Nos (0"
Dozen Yarns, 500 (A 9
Co. do. 600 (A 8
Do. do. 700 7
Cntsu. Common, Vt. K. 10
Selected do 11
English Dairy. 13
Cosoage. Manilla, "0, lb 13
Bale Rope 8
Bagging, 44 itch
Do. 4S do.
Cider. Common, fVbM S 20
Candles. Tallow mould
Cincinnati Star 23
Sperm , 43
Coal. Cumberland, large
Crackers. Nixon's, j? bbL 2 60
Soda, do ..
Candies. In bulk, plb
Copper. Sheet, fflL
Dai'GH A Drts. Aloes, India, tt
Arrow Root 20
I lour Sulphur
' Galls, Aleppo
Gum, Copsu, washed ... 65
Do. Arabic, India... 80
Do. Turkey 40
Do: Orange 25
Jalap Root, pulverized. 1 25
Isinglass, Russia C 00
Do. American... 1 00
Ipecac Root, pulv
Liquoric Paste 22
Magnesia, carb 05
Manna, flake 1 50
Madder, Dutch 16
Mvrrh, India 80
l)o. Turkey 60
Oil Vitriol 5
Do. Castor, 3 gall 1 20
Da Lemon, $ rt 3 00
Do. Peppermint 5 00
Da Bergomot 4 00
Otto of ltose. 3 oz. . 8 00
Opium, Turkey 00
Prusiiate Potash S3
Quicksilver. 1 25
Rhubarb, E. I 1 50
Senna, Alexandria..... S3
Da Eastlndiu 14
"" c Snake Root, Seneca.... 75
Do. do. Va 20
Sponge, Bahama 73
Do. Tuikey. 1 25
Da Extra line 1 60
Sugar of Lead 20
Sulphate Qninine..... .8 75
Sal Amoiuac 20
Sarsaparilla, llond 40
Sal Soda 5
Sup. Carb. Soda 7
Tartaric Acid 60
Vitriol, blue 15
Dxb Wood. Camwood, ) St 6
Fustic '. 4
Facrrs, Ntrrs, Ac. Apples, green, "jjj bu. 25
Do. dried, 60
Peaches, pealed .... 10
Cranberries, ) bbl..7 00
Almonds, sbelt'd fi lb
Da foil shell.. 18
Da hard da. .
Currants, Zante,.... 15
Figs, Turkey .
Prunes, ? lb, in jars- 17
Raisins, M. R."J box.3 75
Do. Sultana, do. .
Walnuts, Eng'h y tb.
Brazil Cream Nuia. .
Pea Nuts, p bush 50
Pecans, y rb
Feathers. Live Geese, t H 40
Wild Cat 5
Fisa. Cod, dry, $Ib
Shad, Baltimore, y lb
Mackerel, No. 1 jg
Do. No. 2 16
Do. No. 8 14
Ginseng. Giuscng, "plb
Grain. Wheat, y bush 60
Corn, yellow. so
Do. white go
Beans, white 80
Shorts, y cwt so
Glass. Country Brands, Window 8-10.. 3 50
Do. 10-12.. 4 00
Da 10-14. .5 00
Do. 11-16.. 5 SO
GcxrowDER. Hazard's Ky. Rifle, pkeg.5 50
a v w
Black Teas ...
Tw. English. Block.
Vegetables. Potatoes Irish
Vinegar. Cider, y bbl
Wool. Well washed
Common to Ood. .........
J. J Dupur
Oiard, (Dnpuy A Co),
American, in bbU ...... ,
Crown, do..... ..
White Wine,? bbl ;
Claret, in casks
Da in boxes
Da Pike's Magnolia
Irish and Scotch
Alcohols, 76S2 proof. .
... 2 60
4 00 '
a 40 00
a 3 CO
Da 12-13.. 6 00 a
BOOK KEEPING Containing Nine Sets of Books, impart
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FULTON AND EASTMANS-Containing Practical Exer
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"3?Full sets of Blanks forFullon 4 Eastmxn's System,
for sale by TOON A RUTLAND,
v22 41 Union street
Engineers and Mechanics' Pocket Book; By C. 1L Hos
well. The Engineers' Pocket Guide. By Thomas Kelt.
Tbe Mechanics Text-Book. By Kelt and Frost.
The Artists Guide and Mechanics' Own Book. Petkin-
The American Miller and Millwrights Assistant Hughes.
The Manufaciureof Steel. By F. Overman.
The Moulder's and Founder's Pocket Guide. Overman.
The Turner's Companion. With Patterns and Infrac
tions. The Dyer and Color Maker's Companion.
Nicholson's Mechanic's Companion.
t2y Our stock of Mechanical Works is gotten up wilh
care. Coll and examine them.
nnv22 TOON A RUTLAND.
Its Physical Character. Vegetation and Animals, compared
with those of otber and similar regions. By Loch
Agassiz. With a Narrative of the Tour, by J. K. Cabot,
and contributions by other Scientific Gentlemen. El
Pleasant Pages for Yonns People;
Or, Books of Home Education and Entertainment. By
S. P.Newcovbe. Illustrated. For sale bv
DOT22 TOON & RUTLAND.
LETTER AND CAP PAPER.
Double Medium, Packet Post, Glazed Cover, and other
Papers. Just received by TOON A RUTLAND,
nov22 44 Union street
PUTNAM'S MONTHLY A Magazine of Literature,
Science and Art. The November with preceding numbers
f-r sale by nor-22 TOON A RUTLAND.
Hexp. Brown, V ton
HiDis. West Flint, y ib
Hat. Loose, ton
Bale, y cwt ,
Uo.vet. In comb, fj K
Iron. Tennessee manufactured
Pig, y ton ',
Bar puddl'd and boiled ... .
Live Stock. nogs, y 100, net
Beeves, do ....
Cows and Calres
Bar, f lb
Upper, 1" doz
Harness, 1 lb
Calfskins, y doz
Skirting, p tt
Nails. Nails, lOd, ykeg
Do 6d, nnd8d,
Oils. Tanner's, y bbl
Lard, y gall
Do Poll '
Oakum. American, yUt
Paints. White Lead, pure
Red Lead, Cincinnati
Chrome Yellow ,
a 4 00
HARPERS NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, fjr Deccm-
ber. Fcrsaleby dec! JOHN YORK A CO.
A Discourse commendatory of Daniel Webster. By Ru
Six Months in Italy. By G. S. Hillard.
Life or Edmund Burke, by James Prio r.
Rhetoric of Conversation, by Uervey.
Miss Bremers' Homes of the New World.
Poetical Works of Grace Greenwood.
Bleak House, by Dickens.
Victim of Excitement, by Caroline Lea Hentz.
Magnolia of tbe Vale, by Caroline Lea Hentz.
The Odd Fellows Manual.
Yusef: A Crusade in the East, by J. R. Brown,
dec", JOHN YORK & CO.
THIRD VOLUME, GREENLEAF ON EVIDENCE, foi
sale by dec3 JOHN YORK A CO.
SWANN"S TENNESSEE REPORTS. For sale by
decs JOHN YORK A-CO.
THE WORKS OF DANIEL WEBSTER:
Edited by Edward Everett Complete in S vols., with
four steel Engravings.
For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
DAY BOOKS, Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Record
Books, all sizes and qualities, Sieamboat Books, complete
sets; Memorandum Books, 50 kind-; FooNcap, Letter and
Note Paper, and Envelopes, Ink, Gold and Steel Pens,
Sand, Blotting Taper, Check Books, Note Books, Bills of
Lading, Ac, Ac. For sale by JOHN YORK A CO.
JOHN YORE A CO. have just received a variety ef su
perior Gold Pens, the best and cheapest article ever offered
for sale in Nashville. Eeery 1'tn warranted .
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plete in two large volumes; counts over 2,000 pages.
Th;s new edition is nearly a quarter of a century in ad
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It contains one-third more matter than the latent previous
The statistics, inventions and improvements aro alt
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The results of the London Exhibition n the respective
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This is 3 new edition of this valuable work, w. j
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Description of the various articles of Furniture, with t.j
Nature of their Materials; Duties of Servants, a Geari
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Public Works of the most Celeorated Engineers. Contai.-:
ing Roads, Tramroads, and Railroads; Bridges. Aq-.-
ducti. Viaducts, Wlwrfs, Warehouse, Roof, and Sh-J.
Canals, Locks, Sluices and the various Works on R.rers
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DRAAVING AXD MATHEMATICAL
A large and fine assortment of Drawing and Mathematical
Instruments, just received and for sale by F. HAGAX,
novSO Market ft
a 42 00
... 5 25
.. 5 50
. .. 85
... 1 DO
Spanish Brwn 4
.. " a
a 40 00
a 8 00
a 20 00
a SO 00
a SO 00
a 5 50
a 6 50
a 5 75
a 27 00
CLOUDED HAPPINESS: A novel. Translated from
the French of the Countess D'Orsay; being Na 184 of
Harper's Library of Select Novels.
BLEAK HOUSE. By Chxs. Dickens. Another supply
of the Cheap Edition.
THE COUNTESS DECHARNEY; or. The Fall of the
French Monarchy. By Alexander Dumas.
THEATRICALPLAYS. 100 different kinds-this day
received and for sale by
novSO. F. HAGAN.
FOR DECEMBER, Harper's JIagazine for December;
just received by F. HAGAN,
dec2 Market St.
One hundred dcz. bottles, assorted, of (his Superior Wri-
In Chancery at Carthage,
Xovembcr Rtjles, 1833..
James ii. Jeureys, f
Saunders F. M'AHisfer. and others. )
MOTION, and it appearing to the Clerk and Master.
tuat launders r.JlallMler is a non-rest lent it tstsere-
nrmn nrftprMt f hnr nn nrffer rif mihlirAtinn hat msif. f.r tliri.
successive weeks in the I ien anJ Anurtcat, published ii
Nashille, Tennessee, reqninnsr the said Saunders F M
Allisfer to appear at the Court Honse in tbe town of Cart.-.
fessed and set for hearing ex ujrte, Ac as to him.
dec 8 w. Printers fe $1. Clerk and Master
ting Fluid this day received and for sale by
THE WORKS OF CALHOUN AND WEBSTER in
store and for sole by
novso 1. iiaua..
STAR CAXDLES, AC.
ADDITION to the above sale we will add
75 boxes Star Candles;
50 boxes Star Candles;
25 l boxes, do do;
50 boxes Bar Soap;
10 barrels Winter-pressed Lard Oil.
No. 73, Public Square.
A enetian Red, cwt
I Amp Black, papers
Racs. Rags, It lb., cash
Rice. Carolina, fresh
Salt. Kanawha, y bushel...
Liverpool, tine sack.. .
FlaxSeed, y 561b..
Mustard, "p Vj
Spices. Cassia, in mats, y It,.
a 2 70
a 6 60
a S 50
"COFFEE 100 RAGS RIO COFFEE RE- oda. Per pound... 7 a
J CLI bu this day tier steamer I. A Given,
dec", McCREA A TERRASS.
O ED per steamer L A Given.
II1ID.S. NEW SUGAR RECEIV-
EICE-5 CASKS FRESH RICE RECEIVED
per steamer L A Given.
deci McCREA A TERRASS
30 BOXES PER STEAMER I
For Bale low by
McCREA A TERRASS.
WAXTED TO HIKE FOR TIIE KEMA1X
DER of the year, a GIRL to do chamber work and
take care of children. Permanent employment will be
given if wanted.
JdST Inquire at this Office. ' novl7 tf
Saltpetlk. Refined, V lb...
Starch. Per pound
Steel. American Blistered
English Blistered ,
Shot. Per bag
Buck, y bag
Nashville, No. 1
Tea. Gunpowder, y lb
Young nyson ,
7"ALI'ABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
V LANDS. NEGROES AND STOCK: in lots to suit
purchasers. On WEDNESDAY, the lbth JANUARY,
1854, and days following, at PUBLIC AUCTION, at
Cooperville, near Cherokee Ford, Broad River, Union Dis
trict, South Carolina, will positively be sold to the highest
bidder, the following described valuable pnniertr, viz:
ir.. i.vniu, vueruttre ruiu. jjjvtui riter. i
with all the Mills, Furnaces, Shops, Hotel, Store, and olher I
buildings; also the Dam across Broad river, and the priii- I
leges of the ch rter, together with a tract of Land, of from !
2-500 to 3,000 acres, immediately around the Works, and on j
both sides of tbe river.
2d. Eieht thousand acres rfLAND. in Soartanbunr. Un- I
ion and "i ork Districts, in Iotsof from 150 10 SOOacre.
2. IS. Plat will befurnLsbedntthetimeof sole.
8d. Slxtv-seven NEGROES, consistim? ot 40
bodied Men", many of them mechanics and expert workers j
in iron, and 27 Women and Children. 1
4th. All the STOCK at the Works, consisting of Cattle,
Mules, Wagons and Pattern?;
liar iron, Itails anil Lasting,
Oats. Com. Hav and Fodder.
Merchandise, such as is usually kept in a country store;
Hotel and House Furniture.
Teems For the Iron Works and the Lands, one-fourth
cash, balance bybonds payable in one, 1 wo and three years,
with interest from day of tale, and secured by a mortgage
of the propel ty.
For the Negroes, one fourth cadi, and the balance by
bonds payable in twelve months, with interest from dv of
sale, and approved personal security.
For tbeblock. Ac., cash, or approved notes, at six months.
with interest from dav of tale, and made navablc at the
Bank of Chester, at Cbesterville, S. C.
Purchasers to par for titles. Ac.
The salenill commence at Cooperville, at 1 1 o'clock, a. m.
on Wednesday, the 18th January, 1854, and will be contin
ued from day to day until the whole property is sold.
Persons wishing to attend the Bale, can be accomodated
with good board at Limestone Springs, about six miles from
Cooperville, where the sole will take place. Cooperville lies
between Yorkville and Spartanburg Court House.
For further particulars apply to
WM. B. HERIOT, Charleston,
or to A. M. LATHAM, Cooperville, S. C.
I7OR REXT. A BRICK HOUSE WITH
? SEVEN ROOMS, LATCH ER, Ac, No. 14 Vine street,
between Church and Broad. Notes with the most approved
security required. Apply at office 'a 8, Cherry st
It W. BROWN,
decG. Real Estate Azent.
LARGE SALE OF FAXCY GOODS, TOYS,
Ac, A a, on Wednesday, December 7tb, 18j3. Sale to
commence at 10 o'clock, A. 31., and to be continued until
tne goods are sold,
est varietv of Tors,
FniPs'u,rrVtri. .T..lT. aDeep bnsiness in the blacksmiths department of tbe AgricnTO
roles, At, the variety is, altogether, too numerous to men- , v.m,f.h:nn.nnmn,nr ThX i.. fi...-
t:on. bale positive, and without reserve. Terms Cash,
no v26-tf J. F. D UNTON.
aceatio ociocir, A. 31., and to be continued until -K-rvf'itnr'i
ds are sold. Among the lot will be found tbe great- I It!
ety of Toys, WorkBoxe, Ladies and Gents' firess- I jl'VS ,"e-L
Ia Chancery at Carthage,
Xovcmbcr Uuls, 1833,
Thomas L. Drarcr and others, 1
Asbury Cartrigbt and wife, and others. )
JlUllU.N, and it appeanmr to toe Clerk and Mast
oaiu uourt, that Asbury Carter and wife. Tut ana.
Law. hvilina Law. Martha I .aw and Louisa Law.
are non residents 01 mis siare; it is thereuon ordered br
the Clerk and Master, that an order of publication be ciac
forthree successive weeks in the Vnumanil tnur.zz
? airing said non-resident defendants to appear at the Court
louse in the town of Carthage, Tennessee, nn the 2d Monday
in February next, then and there to plrad. answer or demur
to complainant s oi l, and in tlrlatilt tuereoT, the tome w I! fx
taken for confessed, and set fur hearing tx )irU as to tiier
dec58w. Printers fee $4 Clerk and Master
TIME SALE OF GROCERIES.
ON WEDNESDAY, Dec 7th, 1353, we will off.r it
ill 1 bhds New Louisiana Sugar;
114 bbls Prime New Molasses;
10O boxes Ilartlett Jones Tobicco. Odd Leaf.
100 " Godwin', do;
100 " Boaz, dn:
50 " Kean A Co . dir. damaged.
25 cases Regalia and Casodore Cigars,
ft " Macksbov SnuB! in bottles;
25 boxes Xmokinrr Tobacco;
f 25 " Fox's Pearl Starch;
I 200 bundles Wrap Paper;
I 2fK) cases Dnrkee's Baking Powders;
I 75 casks best liurmingham Soda;
100 Packages, Brandies and Wines;,
100 boxes FancrSoap;
With various other articles.
The goods will be put up in our umt(tiaatilies w .h rb
TERMS OF SALE:
All sums under $200, cosh;
" " over 200, and under $-V. 60 davs;
" " " $500. and under $1, 90 days.
" " " lOi-orourmonlbs'fiirapproTedendorjed
notes, payable inoue of the City Banks,
dec'. W. II. CORDON A CO.
X. B. We have a large lot tf Nails and Glassware cn
the wav, and should they rea;h ns in time, w.li be offered
utthe sale. W. II. G. & CO
Capital Stock, Annual Premium.' and Western Fund
S 1,000,000 1
Policies of Insurance issued at all times on the most favor
able terms, against
LOSS OR DAMAGE
BY FIRE, OR TIIE
PERILS OP NAVIGATION,
by LINDSLEY A CROCKETT,
Agents for Nashville arjd Daviilson County. 'dec I.
I WISH TO HIRE FOR
from 1 5 to 20 years old, to learn tbe Wagon and Plow.
TUST RECEIVED 10 BOXES OF
tf llUlts AArmisteads finest Tobacco. 25
Wash Boards, and for sale by R. F. BKI.L,
deel Xa 28 College st , opposite Sewonee House.
JlanuUctunng Lompanr. this is a first-rate opportun.tv
fbr thoe owning Negroes of the above kind to hare them
learned a very profitable trade, porticn tarty in our Plow
Department, and making other Agricultural Implements.
GEO. C ALLEN,
President of tho Nashville Manufacturing Company,
Lower Maiket Street, Nashville. dec3 -lm.