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JOSEPH ,. EWWO.
OR JOIST ktPRCSCKTATTVB,
IIEXRY MAXEV, of navlrUon.
The-f rilled State and Crnlral America
Highly Impertaut Malemenl of Lord.
In the House of Common", on the evening of the
12th nit., Mr. Wvlrl asked whether the Government,
la consequence of the expedition now firtingout In
the ports pf the United Stat", the destination of
wt.ica was sia to oe ine coast or Ontral America
and the territories of New Granada, had any inten
tion of stationing a naval force upon those shores
for the protection of British interests?
Lord Palmmton In reply to the question of
try honoraUe friind, I have to suit that the Got
eroraerit hare stationed, or are about to station, on
the coasts of America, on both fides, naval forces
whicb lhy think sufficient for the protection of
British interest; but, considering the interest I
may say the anxiety which has been excited in
the pu'li: mind by the rumors to which the hon
orable gentleman has referred, it would be ruore
agreeable probably to the House that I should
give a short explanation of this question and its
present position. (Exclamations of hear, hear.)
The House is aware that some months ago there
occurred a very deplorable scene of violence and
outrage at the Isthmus of Panama; that a quarrel
began nobody .well knows how, some people say
that it was a simple dispute between a passenger
and a Dative about a watermelon; but, at all
vents, it acted 1 ke a spark thrown upon a smoul-
denng fire, hi h burst out into a Dime, and tl.e
reciprocal dislike whi b had been long growing
tt p led to acts of gr at violence snd scenes of blood-
ah-d which everybody must deeply deplore. The
United States Government applied for redres for
the pint and security for the future, but lam sorry
Say that the Government of New Granada, tc'iick
it not p'irticu'arly celebrated for accurate recollec
tions of duties or prrjormarice of obligation, re
fused compliance with those demand, 'i deuce arose
negotiations and communications between the Uni
ted States and New Granada Governments, which
have Dot yet ld to any faiirfactory termination.
It is quite clear, I think, that that which is true in
regard to private property i true also in regard to
a Government that it has its duti s as well as its
rights; and the Government of New Granada is
bouud to provide for security of persons and prop
erty passing along theralway through its domin
ions. TUe excuse which it pare for refusing com
pensation to those who suffered by these excesses
teas, J think, to a cert lin degree, its own condemna
tion, because it alleged that the higu-hauded pro
ceedings of the passengers for a long time before
bad created great exasperation, and it therefore
was not wondeiful that a slight cause should produce
fery considerable results. Now, I must think that
if they knew that this great exasperation existed it
was their duty to tike measures to prevent the
corimii-Mon of outrages either by foreigners upon
theirown su j cts, or by t ieir own 8uj?cU upon
for ijcers. We have been in communication with
the U. S.'s Government upon this matter a matter
which evidently cotiCfrns not merely the interests
of the citizens of the United Staue, but also those
of all other nations whose people are in the habit
of traverfig this Isthmus. I am bsppy to say
that the Untied Stabs' Government profess the most
just and honora tie ihtentions. They uisclatin any
desire to occupy or take possession of any portion
of the teiritory of New Granada, or of the railway.
That which they are naturally entitled to expect is
security for their citizen in pissing and repassing
the isthmus by railway; and tl-ey naturally also re
quire Borne redress for the itjuries which were
sustained upon the occasion to w'tich I have re
ferred. I am h ippy to sy that their requirements
are such at would be made by any Government in a
simitar position, and tuat t!iey entirely disclaim
any mteution of taking advantage of this quarrel
lor the purpose of putting forward any unjutt or
&.'grea-ive demands against the Goverutueot of
New Granada. Hear, hear.
Despatch from ('apt. Uavli, of tfaa St.
Washington, June 2.
Capt. Davl, of the United Ptitessbip St. Mary's,
in recent official dispatches to the government, says
it whs the opinion of those who had better means
of knowing th in hims If, that a tno.uh before those
dispatches were written General Walker could at
any moment have passed the enemy's line and main
tained himself in the open country. Since then the
desertions have been numerous and frequent, not
only diminishing the onmbers of his army but de
moralizing its chsrjt t t; that towards the end of
April the only rer-ort for Walker was to cut his way
down to the const and tike refuse, if possible, on
board the schooner Grenada.
According to the bei-t intelligence, such an at
tempt would only have been the last effort of c! im
pair, and have terminated fitally in less then five
mill from Rivas. The time had therefore arrived
for determining on the course to be pursued in the
cafe anticipated in the instructions received hy Capt.
Davis in J dim try list that is, in the event f the
expulsion ot Walker and his forces from Nicaragua
by the allied armies, and hi departure to the ac
cent territories in Central America for the puipose
of hostilities and aggressive operations. The reason
assigned by Captain Davis for the seizure of the
Grenada is that Walker's vessel lo't her nationality,
was belligerant, and should not therefore pass bis
YlCKPBCRO, SnRKVKI'OKT AND TkXAS RaIL-
nokD.LnporUint Move. (Jol. Doouer, the
engineer iu-chitf of the above railroad, and
who arrived tiere a fsw days since, inform us
tlist at a tueeliog of the Hoard held at Mon
roe on the 21 instant, resolutions were adop
ted, authorizing Dr. Young, the President nf
the Company, t i-U6 bonds of the (Jorunaiiy
to the amount of two million dollars, for the
more vigorous prosecution of the work upon
the rad. These bonds are to bear eight per
Cent, interest, payable half yearly, and redeem
able by the Company in twenty yesrs. To
Br cure the payment of these bonds, the rail
road lands slid all tights and privileges of the
Company will be pledged. Dr. Young lias
already set out for New York, and should his
mission prove sucoe-ful of which we have no
doul: the Company will be placed in posses
sion f abundant means to complete the road
at an early day.
This is the most agreeable intelligence con
nected with the interest and progress of our
road that has reached us for many a day. We
have always felt assured that such a step
would at KHne time be taken, as the only one
to im-ure the early completion of the road; but
our gratification is renewed and heightened
by the knowledge that the all-important
measure has been adopted, and the conviction
that the Company hare determined to push
forward their road wi h the utmost energy.
ShrextoH Gazette, 23 vlt.
A Ship's Caiw Stabvid to Death. An English
ship was wrecked, probably in February hot, upon
the coast of Norway, relative to which a letter re
ceived in Eugtand av:
"A pilot on the SJ March boarded a vessel about
eight miles from the IjdJ, eff Kiun, imr Stevan
ger, dismasted and water-logged. FouuJ to the
iorecastle the bodies vf -ix mm, which be trouj.ht
witu him on rhore, and another body wa found be
tween tbs cargo in the told, whii n be could not
succeed in landing. A certificate found oa board
p-oved .her to be lbs lloHm-en, from Narva to
Gaiusborouth, wiih a carjro of deals, ki The ves
sel was lound to be without provision; the crrw are
therefore supposed to have died from starvation,
and especially as one of th bodies appeareJ to bear
matkao! bavidg teen attacked by lucoibtrs to sat
iny their banger. tvtu of the bodies bad evi
dently been dead aomrtiius, others only a fw dan.
The most r-n:aikabU circum-tauca rouorcied with
the wreck is tbat the crew cuU h.vb.ea starved
to death by a woyage Iroui Narva to Ginstorogh,
as, even aJii iUiujlbat ihry ran short of provisoes,
or that t'leae were spoiled ou lh val hllu.j wim
water, th crew must still bav tiWutd four or fits
djs, and duriug that period, on a track so fre
quented as the North be a, it appears alracgs that
thej ftUin with no Vrssclof auy kiud."
tlPTbe tax assessors of Nsw Yotk bate jost
ma le out their esuiiiat a for the current year. Tie
totil value of proper y aar.J Is put don st
five hundred milling of dollars an i&crsaS Ol
$il,(XW,(XX optfu last ' suoiaU4.
SATTJEDAY, JUNE 6, 1857.
Democracy and Alien SaflTrace.
Most of the Southern democratic Sena
tors, when called upon to vote npon the
question whether aliens shonld exercise one
of the highest prerogatives of the citizen,
that of voting, in the territories, took de
cided ground against such allowance. This
occurred in the vote on the Minnesota ter
ritorial bill, during the last Congress. But
that vote exhibited a wide and hopeless di
vision of sentiment, among the democracy
themselves. Mr. Bayard, democrat, of
Delaware, opposed as contrary to law, and
violative of principles which lie at the foun
dation of our government. Mr. Browv,
democrat, of Mississippi, upon the broad
grounds of injustice to the native born 6ons
of the soil, and as being contrary to every
dictate of a sound and healthy national
policy. The Northern wing of the "only
national" party, headed by Cass and Doug
las, acting cheek by jowl with Hale and
abolitionists of that kidney, took the oppo
site ground, and voted that the paupers
and criminals and all others who are flock
ing in a continuous stream from the old
world, should, upon the question of suffrage,
be placed on a perfect equality with our
own people. A few days after Mr. Bccn
axan, in his incomparable inaugural, by
using the comprehensive terms, every resi
dent inhabitant, "which might be construed,"
says the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott
decision "to include an tmandpited slave,"
took the Northern view of this question,
and so far as he could speak for or bind
the party of which be is the head, made
the alien suffrage abomination apart of the
democratic creed. We, at the time, de
nouced it as revolting to every sense and
principle of justice, and most ruinous to
the rights and interests of the South. We
did so, without regard to what had been
the policy or practice of either of the par
ties of the country, heretofore, as utterly
revolting to our ideas of a pure American
ism. The Tennessee organ, after some
hesitation, deliberately took its position,
concurring with Hale, Douglas, and the
other wire-pullers of frcesoilism and ne
gro fanaticism. It pronounced it a sound
principle, and proposed to demonstrate it.
There the matter rested with it fur some
time it never having attempted to fulfill
its promise, or to reconcile the difference
between it and the northern wing of the
' 'nationals,' and the Southern division on
the Minnesota bill. Events wore on, and
we exhibited the practical operation of the
principle in the affairs of Kansas, and
showed that, by it, all hope of asserting
Southern rights, in that territory, were ban
ished. Upon this exposure the organ lifts
up its voice and in a tone of mock
solemnity says that alien suffrage may be
" an article in the creed of the ' sham de
" mocracy ' ' black republicanism, ' but is
" not and never was a doctrine of the real
" democracy, which supported and triumph
" antly elected James Buchanan to the
" presidency. It was never a reconized
" article in the creed of that democracy to
" which the Union and American belongs."
Then Cas, Douglas, Buchanan, Toombs,
Sebastian, & Co., belong to the 'sham demo
cracy,' aud itself the Union and American, a
month or so ago", belonged to the " sham
democracy," when it was declaring that
this same, sham democratic, black repub
lican doctrine was "really a sound principle,
and had been uniformcy acted on by the gov
ernment." But what is more, the "sham democracy,"
have got Gen. Harris, on their side of the
question, and if the predictions of our
neighbor prove true, they will make him
their governor. Gen. Harris is unequivo
cal in his assertion of this doctrine as a
part of his creed. What has the Union
and American to say of the respective raer
its of its own and Gen. Harris's claims, to
being the "real democracy?" Will it
again change front and uphold him 1 or
will it denounce its candidate as a " sham
democrat ? " Is it opposed to or in favor
of alien suffrage ? It has occupied both
sides within the last six weeks or two
months, and we now respectfully but earn
estly ak for its settled convictions upon
this subject. Define, neighbor, define,
An intelligent gentleman, who heard the de
hate between the candidates f r Governor at
Camden and Huntingdon, in a private letter to
us, from the latter place, remarks:
"I will any to you that the accounts you have re
ceived are not exaggerated. I never witnessed a
more complete triumph than II at too achieved over
Ilarri. The democracy felt it, and many of tbem
acknowledged it. Some of them wei.t so far as to
say, that Harris' views on the land question did not
suit them. The can vacs in this port ioo of the State
has opened auspiciously for Aim ricauism. Rett as
sured that llatlon will acquit himself nobly."
JTH. I Dougear, Esj., is the American
candidate for the LegUlanure in Hay wood county-
Pasqkrous Countkkfeit. The Louisville
Courier of Thursday last says:
We saw yesterday a counterfeit $3 note on
the Union Bark of Tennessee, which Is well cal
culated todeceive the best judges. It is photo
graphed. We understand a number have been
placed in circulation in this city, and it will be
well Tr the public to be on their guard."
fP The shoe busineas continues ia a more de-pre-J
state than at any time before in twenty
years. Leather bas Mlm coniderably, and labor
greatly ; Jet tnaDV workmen are out of employ, and
the manufacturers, with Kite demand, snd failing
prices for their goods, would not cars to lucreae
ihtir business, even it the stock coulj be worked
lor nothing. It i uiUiHbolv to go Into os of
our shoe towns do, snd mark the change that a
twelve-mouth bas brought to them. A 'tttbury port
X rransresnents fr the Great Atlantic
ttbuaarlaw a el. graphic l.xpcdltlan .
Losdos, May 15, 1857.
Tb steamer Niagara still lies at Graves nd, and
will lemaiu there some blue or Ira d.tn, tntil the
uiaoriogs ate prepared for ber at Greenwich, oppo
site the works of itrs-rs. Gias, Ell.ott 4 Co., wbere
she U to receive the cable on board. There are
right hundred aiilrS of it manufactured already si
these works, and Ibis, with the bine hundred which
have been completed at Bi keoheed, opposite Liver
pool, will atakesrveuteeu hundred aLgrther. The
remaining portions at both these places, four hun
dred sod twenty-five si the foriser, and. three hun
dred sud twenty miles at the Utter place, will be
rotvpUud sod put on board both the Magsra and
Aiauiemuon by lbs uldils of July. Toe Age
oirniDua will be accoaipanied by the Leopard, a
peddle wheel steamer, of" about t so thousand tout.
The Suqubbtia ia tipecud frtiin ti e Mediterra
nean about the time l tie cble shall bars been
cottiplewd aud pUcad outoexd lUs Aftacatfloa
arid Vug tra.
The Discussion at Somerville.
Sokerville, June 3, 1857.
Editors Nashvill Patriot Yesterday ba
log been the day fixed upon by the candidates for
uovernor, to address the people of Fayette county,
at this place, at an early hour, the streets of Som
erville were thronged with Whigs, Americans, snd
J&ig-nicbt Democrats, from every quarter of the
couDty. And especially, were the Sag-nicht Dem
ocrats out in force, for not only had the news been
conveyed through the hills and hollows of the coun
ty, tbat Mr. Ilatton was nothing in the hands Of
Gen. Han is, but the 41 war whoop" bad been raised,
summoning the faithfnl ts appear, in solid coljmo,
to witness what skill, what ability, what sdroit
ness, the General woul I show, ia slaying his com
petitor, and putting to flight the h09tsof the Amer
ican and Whig army. And in such numbers were
they out, that some of the more desponding of our
pariy and friends, were made to quale with fesr,
upon the pending fcsue.
Well, the hour for which the great work was to
commence having rolled round, and the signal for
ralljing given, Gen, Harris took the stand, and for
one hour and a half, through the sophistry of the
demagogue, and the arts of the politician, he en
deavored to execute the mission confided to Una by
the Sag Nicht Democracy. And will would he have
succeeded, had the proceedings of the day stopped
with the closing of bis rpeech. But, alasl for the
General and his cause ; there were two acts in the
drama. Amidst sn spphuse thmndicated anything
ehe than a total route of the American forces, Mr.
Ilatton rose to reply. And although a stranger,
and but little known by reputation to the vast crowd
of people, who had assembled to hear the discus
sion, it was not long before it was fully manifested
upon the countenances of the audience, that there
was a Snag from the cedar ridges of Lebanon in
fieir very ailst. Step by step did 'he fol
low the General, exposing his eophL-try, here,
and making bare the arts of the politician
there, ustil not a vestige of the fine spun tale
of his competitor was left for his friends to rest
a hope of conscious victory upon. Indeed, Mesarp.
Eiitors, for I have no idea of attempting a synop
sis the debate, it was great day for the Whigs
and Americans of Fayette county. A better pleased
and elated set of auditors, I have not seen in many
a day in the town of Somerville. And in fact, and
in all candor, I have nevi r witnessed a more com
plete and tiiumpbant victory for any speaker of
my party, since I have been allied with prty poli
tics, saving that ever memorable one, gained by
Col. John Xetherland over Col. John J. Potts, from
the same stand aud before the same peeple, in
With Robert Ilatton as our standard-bearer, and
from what I saw and heard of him, I can cordially
say, I fear not the result.next August.
We received jesterday a letter, due some
days eince, from Coviogton, giving a descrip
tion cf the gladiatorial contest there. Our
correspondent was highly delighted with the
result, and claims for our gallant standard
bearer a decided.victory. Want of room com
pels ns to omit this letter.
Engliah Speculation upon .Cotton and
Our neighbors across the water are in woful trib
ulation about cotton. Theytjlkof cotton, specu
late about cotton, and dream cotton, for aught tliat
is known to the contrary. Their commercUl and
manufacturing world is concentrating all its ideas
mid energi- S to stimulate the production of cotten
throughout the earth. The regions of the tropics,
the smiling isles of the southern seas, and even the
malari -engendering coasts of Western Africa are
carefully scanned to see if cotton niny nor. be reared
with success and profit, the nightmare ot a pros
pective failure of an adequate supply of cotton evi
dently weighs heavily upan the brawny breast of
John Bull, and disorders every function and fibre
of his gigantic frame.
A short time t-ioce, we referred at length to a res
olution adopted at a meeting of manufacturers held
in Manchester, eppesling to the maker of heavy
cloths to work tneir operatives (white slaves) only
forty hours per wetk, and afterwards to the forma
tion of associations to promote the culture of the
leading staple of the south wherever practicable
throughout the world. These facts were mention
ed as items cf interesting news, as well to illustrate
the complete dependence of Europe up3n the much
wronged South for a supply of an indispensable arti
cle, and not with any view to detract from their
worth and utility, since then, the subjoined para
graphs from Eddish papers have come under our
observation. The following, from a letter of a mem
ber of Parliament, will be read with a peculiar kind
of interest this side the water:
General Thompson, M. P., writes to a friend at
Bradford: "The conviction has always been, that,
with proper provision, black counties miht be
formed out of the soil of Africa for cotton growing,
with as much certainty as while counties on the
other side of the sea for spinning it. I am not in
a condition to stat mny details; and if I tried,
the lapse of lime must have rendered them uncer
tain. Sierra Leone is not, so fir as I have exam
ined, a very iavorable soil; but it would, or might
be made s great depot ot black bngiislmen, pre
pared to assist elsewhere. The policy which would
rej.-ct their services, resembles that which would
propose a blacksmith to handle his iron with his
nnrers instead ot taking a pair ot tongs. 1 ne Ain-
can bofti Englifhman is the tonus, by the interven
tion of which the white Englishman should work.
Why should there be difficulties iu a tropical cli
mite, when there is a breed ot God Almighty's men
ma le exprcss-ly for th,e plicet"
General Thompson does not propcrlv comprehend
hi-i sutj ct, or else he does not care to express bis
Tiews fully. He evidently wishes to put "bla'k
Englishmen" to somo eood ue, and Is not particu
larly scrupulous in regard to the mode by which his
o' ject is accomplished, lie is willine to make the
"African-born Englishman" the "tones, by the in
tervention of which the white "Englishman should
work," and thinks there ought to be no "difficulties
In a tropical climate, when there is a breed of God
Almighty's men made expressly for the purpes ."
But, General, there is co basis for your argu
ment, which renders it as valueless a watch des
titute of a mainspring. The English Government,
years ago, under the advice of Wilberlorce and
others, broke the "tongs" of which you speak, snd
made a thoustnd fold worse than worthless the
"breed of God Almighty's men" brought iuto being,
if we are to reason from the facts presented by na
ture, expressly to surmount "difficulties in a tropi
cal climate "
Your Emancipation Act diclocated the "tongs,"
utterly demoralized the "breed" "of men aloae ca
pable of producing cotton, cost you millions of
pounds sterling, rendered unfruitful and expensive
one of your fairest and most fertile colonial poi
sevsions, barbarix d, the slaves emancipated, and,
without producing a solitary good result, has left
you helpless and dependent at the feet of the only
real rival tbat confionts you on the surface of the
The only way, General, whereby the aforesaid
"tones" can be mended, or the aforesaid "breed"
applied to any useful or Christian end, is to repeal
your Emancipation Act, and re-enslave and render
valuable and civilized the Africans of Jamaica and
other i-lands, whom emencipation bas caused tore
lipseinto their primitive barbarism. By so doing
you make fruitful and flourishing what jour mista
ken philanthropy has blighted anil lail warte ag
riculturally, ph sically and morally. You my plan
and scheme as much as you please, but all your
plans and schemes will prove of no avail as long as
you r ject the practical suggestions 'aid down above.
You haveegrcadj lost immensely by warriogagair.st
nature by trying m elevate a debased race above
the standard fixed for them by the Creator and
the longer you protract the unnatural contest the
worse you will bs off.
With these remarks we will dismiss the ingenious
yet impracticable speculotona of General Tbomp.
son, sod present oar readers with a paragraph taken
from another Kngli-h paper. It is headed the "Cul
tivation Of Cotton:"
At the monthly meeting of the Coune 1 cf the
Bradford Cnamber of Coetimercf, on Mondav, this
momentous question formed the principal subject
ol di-cui'n. Some papers put i-to lbs bauds of
Mr. K una boll, stuff merchant, by a gentleman at
present rri ling in the Wrst Inoies, ho it wril
acquainted with the suf ject, were read at length,
and he expressed his wonder thai English mar
ch aula and manufacturers should cry out for the
abolition of slavery ia America, so long as we sre
so much dependent upon them for the great balk
of the cotton o-ed In this country. The cultivation
of cotton in India, be said,. had certaiuly been ex
tending, but only slowly, and that produced was io
ferior in qu.l ty. Ia tropical climates Ihs cotton
plant was iudigeoout, and two crops could be an
Buly produce-'; ahereas in the United StaUs only
on civp could be grown, and thai by tlave labor.
Bui ia these islands population was scarce, sod
the sxpeose of protuodi.g emigration thence to
Cuba would be so groat as to retard cr wholly
creek the scheme; but f.tUng in this, be would
suggest lbs practicability of e.UlhaMng a great
c.uot-rowiic colooy ia the Wlandof New Guinea,
10 the east of the Mufucca sad north of Aetirelia.
Oa tbat aland the U-bebiuau wereamooginsleaat
civil tci and asocf the lowest types of humanity
tat the c&jutw wa fine, sad lh soil rich and (r;t!
ful ; and as it appeared clear that cotton Wuld al
ways be produced, better in quality and in greater
abundance on islands, and near the sea, than upon
continents. New Guinea was peculiarly adapted for
iu growth. The people could easily be brought
into contact with civilisation, and UboreiS could
easily be iuducel to en igrate from China at a tun
mg expense. The members present paid great at
tention to the suggestion made, and ic was consi
dered, if agreeable to Mr. Rumboll, that the name
of the writter should be given, and the ppers Sent
to the Manchester Chamber of Commerce
We have no remarks to make upon the ar ov?,
further than that when " the island ot New Guinea,
to the eatl of Moluccas and north of Australia,"
produces cotton enough to supply England, we of
the South will not utter a syllibte of complaint.
The annexed cotton statistics are interesting and
valuable. They sre taken from the London corres
pondcuce of the National Intelligencer, and ap
peared in tbat paper on the 11th inst. With them,
we will bring this article to a close :
The cotton question still engrosses much atten
tion. Recent returns show that England imported
in 1820 from America. t9.999,174 lbs. of raw cot
ton, and from India, 23.125,825 lbs, of the same
arricle. In 1855 the importation from America was
681,629,424 lbs., and from In !i 145,193,266 lbs.
Io 1820 England exported to America manufactur
ed cotton valued at 1,194,531 to India 350,906;
while in 1855 the exports ot the siroe article Irorn
England to America was 2,455,331, and to India
5,681,548. These figures show that in tne thirty
five years which elapsed between 1820 and 1855
lb importation of raw otton from America in
creased more than 750 per cent , and that from In
dia only 625 prceut; whilst the exports of the
manufactured goods from England toludia increa
666 percent, and that to America only 205 per
cent. These statetn nts prove two fact', viz: that
America is the great source of the raw material for
England, and must probably long continueso, whilst
India is the great consumer of ber cotton manu
factures. All other circumstances qual, Im.'ia cm
never co.nplete with America in the production of
cotton for the English murkit until the I;niian Gov
ernment suppiy Ue necessary railway communica
tion. Not less than 8,000 miles of railway must
be constructed in India before that country can test
her capability for conip.-ting with the American
producer. We take these figures from a report
made by Lieut. Col. Kennedy to the shareholders
of the Bombay aud Baroda railway corepiny.
Verily, " Commerce is King.nbul in a secondary
sense; for (Southern) cotton is unquestionab y
king of commerce at the present time. A'. O.
The report afloat sfspjeting an alleged pur
chase of l.-lacds in rjie B y of Tanams, by the Brit
ish government, is revived in another and more
definite shape, in the following dispatch:
Washington, May 29.
Late letters from New Granada, recived per Illi
nois. rpcrt,on ahat is considered reliable aut iority,
that Great Britain has purchased from the former
government the islands iu the Bay of Pannma,
which are to be used by ber for the establishment
of naval arsenals, tec.
The letters als ) add that the government of New
Grenada has conceded to England the law imposing
a tonnage duty on vessels loading at Aspinwall and
Panama. The authority for one of these L-ttets, at
least, ia no less a personage than Commodore Mer-
vuie, and no doubt, therefore, u entertained of the
truth of the information. There are fears that this
action of England, which is alleged to be contrary
to treaty stipulations, may prove a casus belli be
tween the two countriis.
Homicidk and Scicids. In this county, eiht
miles from this pi ice, on the night of 24th inst., a
negro man killed his wile, by chopping her bead
open with an axe, while che wis asleep in bed, and
immediately after, hung himself in a tree near the
house. Both were the property cf Mr. Logan Har
per, of this county. The boiy of the nei,ro mau
was given to Dr. J. L. Plui.kett, of this place, who
intends preserving his bones, and will no doubt,
keep Into bung up for some time to come. We
t-ynpathize with Mr. Harper iu his loss. Carthage
Tub Crimean War. Gen. Jesup, the Quarter
master General of the U. S. army, aud an ill sol
dier of experience, commenting upon Marshal Vail
ants exposition ot the Urimean war, says tie was
never able to comprehend before that exp?ition
the operations of the allied armies iu the Crimea
which were in violation of the military axiom which
requires the army in the field to be dnven out be
fore an important fortress is attacked. The French
were notable to do so for want of means of trans
portation, which prevented them going twenty-five
miles Iroic their snips, lor a force of three bun
dred and nine thousand men they employed less than
half the number of animals for all purposes during
the war which we supplied for draft and packing
alone for our army iu Mexico, which never exceed'
ed 45,000 men. Gen. J., says:
"I lupj our countiy may never have occasion to
go to war again, but the more closely I look into the
details, as well as the strategic, combination of Eu
rop.-an armies, the less I fear war. Those armies
have a fair stock of professional intelligence, but if
they have geuius, I think it is genius in its decrepf
.11 A It It I CD.
At the residence of Daniel Young, on the 4th inst, by
Rev. Dr. Goodie t, Mr. Edmund W. Htdb to ML-e Mast J,
Yoono, all of this county.
On the 4th In.-t., by the Rev. Mr. Tomes, Hi rim J. Jo.iita
to Miss CoRNtUi, daughter of Dr. J. P. Ford, all of this
5 J")! A FIRE BRICK, Jut received and for sale by
jUUU jUDe6-lw. BTtWAKT OWLN.
A C A II D .
T II. EVERETT reriectfdllr annonneea to his friend.
v v and ihi public Id gsne'i, thai h i Benefit takes
place on Monday evening, Jin 8th. at tt.e Naihville
inea're, on wnich eca ioa Mias Marlon M irarthr, and
Mr. Jo' d Green and l.ady.have kimi'y volunteered their
ernr-fi, and will vppear lor thli night only.
C vy For full prticulars sea bills of the day. June.
I I r. WOOD will start for tlie North about the first ef
July, and tr.oie who may desire his terviees befure his
return should make appointments Immediately.
Plrae betr la min 1 tliat my terms are ctsa in all cases.
I cannot tffjrd to consume time and mat. rial where there
U delay, evasion or trouble in regard to the pay.
Jane -81 triw. B. WOOD.
LAIV'D saLEt '
rS Wednesday the Hb of July nut.a tract containing
neariy w cr, in uavidion county, eleven miles
South of Nashville, one mile from the N. C. K. R., an
Mill tret, the premises or H I. Jones, to be sold at auc
tion. One third to be paM the 25' h lierember neat, one
ana two .tears time on ine other payment .all wiihout ia
lerret. Bond and approved aeeurily on the flrt patmrnt.
About one half of the tract Is in rnilivation, the chief
or wmoh is Mill creek bottom, the other ha f ia in wood.
and valuable building timber, near a Mem Saw and Grist
will,iih fair Improvement; a ner frame buitdinr: oot
b'Jildmr generally good, ami garden; lasting Spring waler
convenient, and a luxury Indeed in Bummer, near j every
sinn or iron trees ana vines, ror thl climate.
Will sell a boo I 100 seres with ihe Improvements, with
the privilege of more. The other portion in smaller lots.
as shown on the maps. Aa to a taat.cn, qn.lity of land,
u inner nn wer, can ana see neiore tn day rr sale.
JaneS-tnttw. B. F. JONES
THE GREATEST BLESSING TO THE f EXALZ
SEX EVER KNOWN.
fX application to the subscribers. LR BKIftlF'S T.F.T-
t T&K8 to Dr. Valentine Mctt, Gunning 8. Brdford. and
C. H Hunn, re! Hire to iroi orum enres aim bv Mar
shall' Uurine t's bol'.ron, th remirki cport thosroehy
Drs. CI as. J hnsnn, Jas. H. Williams, tl P. W.'s-n. C. J.
Farnwrli, 8. It. Pros a-, John P. Lat bert, P. C. Granville,
and ma y other physicians of eminence id all sections of
It Is contended fo' Marshall's Ttfrlne Catholicon that It
radically cures nine caet eat of eirery ten of Female Com
plaints, while the common course of mediraJ practice oo v
alltviwte, bot aeldnm or never cures. That Hseflect Is not
eerily local bu. that it poweiful y sircnetbens the whole
system, and that it entirely obviate the oe of Caustic,
supporters, loiinier Irritants and all other abminaUons
thtt outrage feminine delicacy. That it ii no quaes mrdi
clue, secrecy beitg ce-eary to constitute qiackey
that its component parts bare been suhmitud to many
leading pi y.icuon, and Ioot.i fifteen Colin, s and Medical
in utut'uu.. mat any ibysirian in Tiaabvili.! or eu
wbee, eaa mow them ip a application.
A Circulars! int full mlorcnuion a:on t'ds icvalaah
medicine and the opinions ol th rtv of the leading medical
men o' tne Leu n, m y be hialned rriul ou!y of
June. MAXKiNZIK k BiCKlT.i, Nashville.
NASHVILLE FEMALE ACADEMY.
FQBTT-HBST ANSUAX ETHIHITIOS
Juae the Sin, 9th and 10. a, ISii.
MoaJaylOo'e'ock, A. M., and S o "clock, P. M.
Tuesday Id e'eloek, A and S o'clock, P. M.
And Wednesday, 10 e'eloci, A. M.
"CS friends and patrons, aod the pablle reneratlj, are
v inmta te aitaas ituee czercses at toe above times, ia
ear sew Chapel.
Wa have sow avpi aa eicafortb!e ream tor all who
are likely te attend, except lot sma.1 bote, not in eoargi
wi wear rare w.
Next 8 twabefinj a the first Monday is September.
Jeneft-St. C D. aXLlOTr.
POCKET UOOK 1.0T.
T LOST oa I art Monday my wav from hems to the eSte
X of the Nshli,e MaanJaetnriog Company, a Preset
book, cooiaioiQg nemorr ot valuable pars. Any one
returning is ia uu once will we uoerauy revere e.
Janee-Si. SaM. K. MOKGAX
I AX eapeetfnc dai'y a I apply f Onioa Seed, Water
He ioo, Katatef aoel Caaipe Swede, and ft e&oe
variety el lower weed, bead to eiders early.
Jane 4. j,. a WILLI.
tXUlll, ILUL'li. .
BBUIand too bag Kit- Family roar, la
Mwreaad lor sa- ai li-lUX a MkAi'S,
Nw. It South Collar ItisrL
BrSBtU IMas route hi etere and tor sale
by Ul IJal A MEAD.
ssav'rS Bo. tt eoaiA Coll. re at
XcsrocH tor Sale.
T HATS a torn lot ef XIOKOU kaad, smeef thews
I there are several gea-eooas, a s wad beat I amtU. fmi
s:ki sums, wrtrw ww, aU SI f sK 1 Sal aag'
teua w too, tM tu sea uem to.
b. w. fj.nx
Lessee and Manairer JOFL DAVIS
Treasurer j. h. HARJrKK.
BENEFIT Or J. O. CARTL1TCH.
Saturday- Kvenlnar. Inn Rtli..
Will be acted the beaatif il eomeey, cniitled WAGOre.8113
Overture br the Orchmtra To be succeeded by the capi
tal farce of the ROL'Oril DIAMOND. To conclude with
gloriousfarci called BURIED ALIVK.
COL WOOD'S GRAND MUSEUM
7ILL EXHIBIT FOR THEE DAT3, AT THE ROOMS
v tiued cp expreIj for the occasion, College atreet.
ever BerhN store, commencing 1HLR3DAT MUHT,
GREATK8P N ATfTR At ATTRCTTOM IN THE WOU.D I
WON.ir R Ut'OX WON")?! SEVEN GREAT CCIUOfcl
TIE3 ALL IN ON K EXHIBITION t
RA.D COLLEI TIO.Y,
Consisting of the fo losing most wonderful freaks of na
tare. Anorg the number may be found the
SWISS UEARDED L.tDT,
M'lle, ClalfulU, the greatest cariosity of this century.
THE YOIT'G EStr,
Son of the Bea-ded Lady, is 8J years old, w:th a pair of
THE AMERICAN GIANTESS,
M is Sylvia Hrd.-, from Wiiton, FrankTn County, Me.,
ho is nearly 8 feet hmh. weighs 840 pounds and requires
154yards cf dry goo Is f jr a eoirphte drest.
THE QlEI -V OF THE FAIRIES,
ma'lejt Lsdy In the world, aod mother of three beautiful
Children. Tnis lady is but 30 inches high, and speaks sev
THE SWISS VAKniEII
Mons. Glnnicho, a young man that wil iritite all the
fea'.hered son sters of the rove, and disjoarse most beaa
tifil mn'C on th Jei-h Cy r b.
Doors op-n lioa 2 to 6. and T to 10 P M. Adm ssioa to
the whole 50 cen's; Children and Serrants 25 cent.
AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES
RIRKP1TRICK, EVIS & CO.
N MONDAY, June 8 h, VbT, at H o'cloc'.-, A. M., we
ill on-r for s ile in front of our store
liXl hhds t:iir to choice Sugars;
l'K) bags Kii Ccffee;
l'K bxs Star Caudles;
100 half bxs t'o
l(l X b' rto
iit'O ohls t in. Whf!-ky, various brands;
5) 44 Bourbon rio
M " Rve do
25 lbs A . M. Brandy;
V5 bbis Hoi. iin;
S5 bbb .reet Wine;
25 bhls Loaf fn?ar
10 hbli Powdered do
10 bbli Crushed do
f 0 boxe Tobacco, various branjs;
lOOOJ fine Cuars;
200 buxes G aasware;
2no reams Ha( er;
400 kegi Nuils;
With many other articles in Ihe Oroeerv line.
KIRKPATRICK, NEV1N3 A CO.
Nashville, Jjdc 5, ISM. No. 85. Market st.
CONLEY & JOHNSON,
Copper, Tin, Sheet Iron Wares, &c.,
Ho. 10 Broad St., and 94 South Market it.,
STOVES, TINWARE) etc.
JCPT RECEIVED AND FC'R flALF, A LATGE AND
corupUte assortment of Cookirg and Heating Stors,
of every size, pr.ee and pattern, that is broLght to this
We are manrf during the Wrorgrht IrnnCookinrFtovrs
of all files, ranging in price Irom 40 to (150, of the best
and heaviest rraterihl.
Tin Ware wholesale and retail.
Copper an. I h?et Irn Work for all kindnof Machinerr.
Steaiiboits, 8 atiooarv Engirc, Ac, fSii ls ar.d ilistilery
Woik. n ade at tle shortest DOtiie. Poda F.iun's made and
rrpairrd; ronfing a nd Fpouting done w.tli iintora snd oii-
paich. Iu ract. eveiythinr, that requires Tin, C parr, or
Sheet Iron, U done by us in the be-t manner and cheap
as any. CON I. FT A JOIlNi N,
No. 10 Broad St. and 91 rrouth Market rt.,
June 3. Nashville, Tenn.
THE NASHVILLE NEWS.
PUBLISHED BT TIIS
NASHVILLE PUBLISHING & PRINTING CI,
tJSDka CBAkT IS FROM TBS STATS Cf TIXSES3IB.
A. V 8. LIND 'LEV, )
ROBERT II. GAKDNER, vDl
WILLIAM II. GORDON, )
A. V. S. LIND-'LFY.Prwicist.
ALLEN A. HALL, Kihtob.
A. A BTIfT, 8 TKMMTIKDSST.
THE Flrectnrs woul I Inform the pub'ie that the capital
flock in this Coirpany lai been Fubcribed hy a hun
dred and more of tbe luiinesi men of Nashville Mer
chant', Mechanic, Manu'acture's, Binktrs. owners of
Real Fate.and o r.ern with a view to the pnbicttiin of
a nwsraper wh ch, ahtaln ng Irom the dwui-inns ol
questiors of party politic, shall be devoted primarily, but
nor eclusive'y, to matters of City ai d frtat- intrret.
In part ru'ar, it Is deripned tn make the Nrws" a
medium of constant and relia'e intelligence in re ation to
all the hrancbesof trade and bu ini-SJ of Na-hville com
meio al, merhinical, tranuf. during, rnanoi il, Ac, 4c.
what we buy and what we have to tell, and the prices
All who trade or do busines at this place, farmers plan
ters, eMintry meichant and othrr, irav ly upon re
ceding through the " News" full an I strictly accurate ac
counts nf the markets here and elsewhere.
As it is intei.ded to make the 'Newi-' no l-fs a renre
sentxttTe of ibe local iaterc's if the State than of those
of the City, ever- species of information catenated to pro
inotr and mke known the rnrr rultura1, mim ral financial,
and otl-er interest and rs' rre of the State generally,
or of any and every p-trt f the Stitte, wid be di.igently
sou ir lit for and spied before the public.
Wh le the ' News ' is de- Ijn. d to mintnter speci 'ly to the
wants of the bu iness c:as if the community, care will ha
taken to g ve d ie attention and s.iace in it columns to
Literature, Prience, and the general news of the diy, in
nch a manner as io render ii acrp able to eve y de-crip
tion of rea-'ers to make it, in short, suon a newrpaner as
every family in ton and country may read with pleasure
The ' News" will bs published ("ailr and weekly, on a
fliat-classsLeel in re pect to q latity and di.-nensions.
THE DAILY NEW..
By r a"in of the ltet emnnercitil news from other and
distant quirters which it will contain, an I the full and re
liable accoitn's whi'-h it will daily l;irni-h of the transc
t ions in the A'anhtille markets, the Daily News will be
especially valu inie 10 merchant! and tuimrM men grnrr
a'lv ihroi gioiit all 'he 'arge n g on of country commer
cially or fljanrially c innected witn this pi ice.
THE IVI EKI.V NEWS.
Every effort wil' bs nsel to make the "Waaxiv Nxws
not m-rriy a welrrme but an indispenab e vi-itor to every
household in the South and West a journal whose weekly
appearanre will te hailed with pleasure by all the read.ng
members of every family
Special sltent.on win be dev ted In Its columns to the
following Important I'e-ns :
Istiluqsxcb A fu I and careful abstract will he made
of the nnrsof the werk from ever - quarter, at hone and
abroad, embracing all matters of public or do met tic in
terest. AoBiCTirrBB. Great care will t taken tt furnish ail
Information cf importance to the Planter, Farmrr, Gar
dener, Horticulturist, Ac., both theoretical and practical.
Particular attention will be given to this department.
Mirricrrara aid MscatRica. Every speeet of useful
intelligence relating to the'e pubjfcts will be laid before
the readers of the "eekly Newr.' All new inventions
an. I improveuienta of value will be carefully n 'e I and de
tcribed, and their merit, suggested wheie practicable.
Tbatibasd Cowucaci. -Reliable tahlei kf quotations and
prices current win be fa 'Dished la the Weely New." at
well as in the "Da Ir," ioether wi h a I o her Information
in regard te the m Interests as may be de;m;d important
LtTtRATCRB. A special depirtment will be appropriat d
te literary s bjrcia, and such other ma'te a of a domes ie
nature as are i eculur j adapiel totneta.tes and SioU
of the Famiiy Circle.
Fcisscb aid Abt. A earef il digrstof the progress of the
sci ;ntd j a a J ar'.i mo or J will b 1 o ids fr im tm t to ti ne,
and, as far as prartira'h , preen ted in a manner tu meet
the comprehension of tne xene'al reader.
ti e pnblication of the "N'rti" will commence In July
text at aa early a day ia that month as snail be feaod
Persons at a distance deirnra of eommnnicatiog with
the i:.mpany hy h-tier, may, for tbw prr.e it, addreas A. V.
8. IiaueLrr, P.esidrOt.
The price of sutxrriptica having been pot a0n at a very
low rate In vew of cah pay Tien is, no paper will be sent
to any sub-eriber. in town or country, aa-e-e the sabtcrip
tioa money be p-il in advance.
A. V. 8 I.IND'LV.T, I
KO fFItT H. URDVrR, V Directors.
1lLUU H. t.OttDJ., l
T E It JI S
19 per annua.
IJt To be Intariably piid in a-leance.
Fu-h arrangements have been male Ii this Important
departa ait at will iniore the ereeuuoo ef avaar biscaif
v ol of job-wtrk, in a style at.tu'pawed in this country.
The widest exiierirnse has brea brought la ber in ti e
e ection of a la.'ge variety cf Pliln aad Fancy Types.
Borders, Oraamenia, Ae , Ac; aid it ia eaeS teatly beivvwd
tbat no similar eatabiunmeDt le bwtter pr ep irr-d to se
en t, tea'ly, pionptu, oorree Ir, and eiegtotly every
variety of f LAIN AND FaNCV PKI.sTiiu. la Black or
Co oraid Ink, or ia (toid, r lr, or Critaswo Breoaws.
Onoof tb fcet aco i whd. tas efjl, aad espertenrod
PraeteaJ Pncurs ia tne eiunlry baa been swearww te
super. ntecd the branch of ee-toees; and fey the su4 uf
suptfior workmen, cf tee aad approver prwaars, aad ef
eve'y fasility o Cared by modera lavwonort. any thing la
thia ii ue, from toe am a' ant Card te tM largset frottM, caw
be furniahcd ea short notice .
ROOK". AXD a'AMPIILETS.
Special a untioa will bs devoted to Book aad Pamphlet
Work; embraemg works upon aay a-biect. aeporle Col
lege CatUugw, Serrooos, AdJrewses, e , the hutrary sis
eailoo ef wbea wdl teeaive sLieet atuauea If the
Saner i ole ode at.
Kitimaiws eheerfury fanished.
3tr Ail JjO-work wui be oajrabte la C183 ea dsiivery.
- Get the Best.
'The Ceo it ts A rubrwt y we the Premnai rte
1 tare e beyobd cewMfieoa um best stjst ef uaeaets
yet Uuodaced, aad staua- wi beet a nvai
Time eaaaet tbaag iheaa,
1 ishl eaaao taste Uirna,
lau)pata caaaot avoaid taewt,
Ixut ea sever reach thewu
K.4t,caoae oorrwde tarta.
Made aa heretofore by LAaAOes a Cuige sL, sa4
set wo ia Uti-u p atfie at k aster a prices,
ntr Made at ae other reaat tat Waaavdle,
WIMSKV.-M bbie Deaa'sAareraWhuky:
S bbai Waller's Uid Keaiaet wo;
Sal bua 04 awarietl dv
Is stars ss4 for m hy , 3L A CO,
ALSOP'S EAST IXDIA PALE ALE.
Messrs. WesscF& Thompson,
IJATINO been appointed by Mr. Arthur Kendall, f N.
T. Tsole agent for Mesnrv. 8. Allopp rona, agen, in
lh- sale of this eefcb a ed Engli h Ale, beg leave to 'ab'a
testimonialstbr the information of the public, from Ibe
ing Physicians and Chemists of ihi day, ai to '.he med cil
advantages and efficient ton e properties of A I epp'a Ale.
It Is particularly recommended .e invalids and aa a general
drink to thoe in health.
From Baron liellg.
Tha rpeimens of ycur Pale Ale sent to me afforded tre
aaof.er orportunity of einOrmirg its valuable qualities.
1 am tnyelf an admirer of thia beverage, and my own ex
perience enables me to recommend it, in accordance with
the opinion of the net eminent Kne1it.li physician", as a
ve'v a.r-Ka'i'e and eff cint ton e, and as a general lcr
age. hnlk for tS invalid and the robust.
'(7e. Jlay 6."
Fmm rmf'or Prnhnm, FRS, VnieenUy OJUge,
London; and Prof ffofmann, I'h.D. FUJS.iolkgeof
"The niftirg nature of the ehenvcal examination wh-ch
the Brers of Messrs. ALLPOPP'3 mannfae nre tor irany
months pn have been aubjre'ed to, f ly e?tabli-h thiir
incontetah'e lu-ity. The process of brtw ng Pale A"e U
one n hich nothing tut waler and the best mfl and horw,
cf the first qoa ity, a'e ued; it is an operation of the
grmtett delu-acy and care, which would be en-Ire J
rumr-d bv any tampering with the materiala ertploytd.
From the Analytical Sanitary Commissioner cf the
'Lnnctt," Hay 15, lsSi
"From the fart and wholesome nature of the Irgrediente
employed, the moderate O'CDortion of alcohol prejent, and
the verv ron.id Table quantity of aromut e ann?yne titter
derived f-om hops contained in these Beers. th?y tend to
preferve the tone and vigor of tl e Stomach, and condec?
to the restoration of the health of that organ when in a
state of weakness or debility. They reatmbl , indeed,
from their li?htoes, a Wiser Malt rati er thm an ordi
nary fermented infjsion; and it ia very satisfactory to Sod
that a btverane ef such reneral con jump tioa U entirely
free from every kind of imparity."
From Prof. JTuspra't, F.RS.K. memler of the Eoyal
'l have Icarefnllv examimd and analysed samples O
ycur Aks. and find tlat ihe" do not contain a Dr icle o
anv in;u ions sul stinre. and my familit hare wed
your Ale for yearn and with perfect confidence in their
puri'y. I know that pale Ale, heo prep-ed, as it must
be in your Breery, unrfer scieot flc surveiliaoc, eon'ains
a large quanti'y ot rutrit ous ma.tcr; and the hop, by its
tonic i ropert'es. giV'-s a henl'hv tone tn ih stomach.
' College of Chemls'ry, Liter-pool, April i0.n
From George Budd, if D. Senior Phytician of King's
"I did not want any teitimnnv to satifv ire of th" per
feet U'ity of the PMe Ale ini'il-Mr hy you. A c ose
hstrifViun of its effect vprn mself, aud upon many
others to whom I have pre-cribed it, long ago convinced
me, as much a the mot erchin chemical ana'yiia could
do, that it contain nothing more than malt and hope, and
hat i in a find rate bererage."
'Dover itrtet, Jfay 1."
From Mzrthirfl IlaV, M. D., r.F.S
"My confidence in the puntv of y ur Pale A'e remains
unshaken and my opinion of its great value in a die'etic
and remedial p int of view ia entirely continued by long
tim and exner'enee.
Groncenor-ttreet, A pril 80."
From Banfitll Vivian, E-q Suro'on.
AI.IOP 'A Pal- and Bitter Ale is oneofth moA uneful
of hererayes, joemng esrceedingly valuable tonic ro
t tie m tin elegant form Lupuline, or the active princi
ples of ihi hop, is a we I kuowa tonio, but U apt to d ra
g'ee with the stomach when given slxplv; it i usual, thea,
when presi-ribed, to corrb:ne it with sums eorrigent; no
better can be than the rxt.-active matters of malt; hence,
aa the analysis of jrcu- Cetr his proved it to be a fermented
solution of n.ali and hop. on'y. wa have a mo:t useful
medii-ire in a mo t arrrn'ab t form.
Croxcan, Cornwall, June I."
From James retHe,3f. D.
"For many years I hve been in the habit of recommend-
fntr th e u-e cf ALLMlPP'd Hit er Beer n a beverage to
invalids who reqiired a reRuMed del; and I certainly
could not have done so, un'es frrm the evidence that the
liquor w is perfectly fermented, .i-d made from the best
and mot wholesome incre iients. Where d'inks of a nutri
tive and s cmaoh o chnrarU-r are indicated, I know of none,
a yet, on which I reel I could o safely depend Jor doing
fc" 'Liter ihmU, May 6."
And many others which may .be Inspected at our office.
Uq uraunt at
A. J0NNARD4 BRO.3,
To be had In hhd. for Hotels, Restaurants, Ac, and in
casts of 'i anJ 6 Ctiea pirns from
WEjKI.L a tiiompsov,
tni)8'l-lm. Corf:n-tionrr, Nashville.
(lift Sale of Books at Auction.
OH OHM TOLCMES Ftaodtrd Works will be of
J t,JyJ f.-red lor sa'e at Auction this Night.
Purchsr of Boots will receive presents With their pur
chase, to Le diitrii u'.ed as usual.
M. C. BRUCE, Auetio-er,
June 2-tf. Co 1 ge Street .
HAGAN & BRO.y
Book Sellers and Stationers,
So. 39 laiket & -o. G Union St.,
;.tzt tti; (IF FAMIiO.
Fran'i Leslie's O-sette of Fashion, for June, jusc received
by juneS HAOtN k BRO.
(oi . i'i:itri:iT detectors.
White A Thompson's Detectors for June, just received
by HAGAN A BRO.,
jnne5. Union ai d Market sta.
IIOII1M II ntt IT HOOK.
Ilocpsr Western Fruit Book, just rece vel by
June 3. HAGAN A BRO.
A general assortment in store, lor tale by
juotS. II AO AN A BRO.
TOE IIFE CF CHARLOTTE BRONTE, author of Jane
Eyre, Ac. By K C GaikelL 2vols.,cl.
ADAM GRAEME, OF M APSt; RAY. A Novel by Mrs.
Oliphant, author of Ziidee Ac. 1 vol , l'2mo.
AN AMERICAN MERCHANT IN EUROPE, A5IA AND
AUSTRALIA: A Perirs of letters by Geo. F. Train, with an
1'itroductton by Freeman Hunt, A. M. 1 vo'.,12mo.
LOVES OF PtRIS. Illustrated By Eugene Sue.
MYSTERIES OF LONDOV. By Reynolds.
BORDER ROVER. By Emmerson Bennett. Anothe
supply Jut received by
mariS HAGAN A BRO.
NEW VELLUM PAPER C0PYIN3 BOOK.
THIS Book will be foun I to povses g eat advantages over
the oU atyle, from the pa; e"i being both thickl and
strong, and will not tear when damperuul. It takes
most perfect imrresion, and its pages will be as conven
lent to refer to as these of ai ordinary Dty Bk. When
once In use. Its great suj eriori'.y wil be apparent, both (or
Coping Letters, Accounts, Currents, Manifests and other
Documen'a. For sale by
Junel. ao CiMRLEt W. FMITH.
THK TESTIMONY OF THB ROCKSHueh Miller.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL 8KETCHE5 Ma
oaulay. AMKRICANS IN JAPAN by Robert Thomaa.
'ARCTIC ADVE.NTURK3 BY SEA AND LAND-SargenU
HANSFORD A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion.
THE DAV8 OF MY LIFE An Autobiography.
TWO YEAR'S AGO by Rv.Oharlej Kiags'ey.
THE OLIVE BRANCH; OR. WHITE OAK FARM.
GACT 0URLEY;0R,TII1I TRAPPF.R3 OF CMIAOOQ.
DXIT0R ANTONIO, A TALK OF ITALY by Kafflai.
GRACIB AMBER by C. W. Detinlson.
I? ABEL The Young Wife and the Old Love.
LEON! DI MONOTA, AN3 OTHER P0E43,
Just reeeiveJ by
May?. GAB. CHARLES W. SKITtl.
331 313 "ST
GEOLOGY OF THE GLOBE:
Designed to ihow that ibe present Geograph' ea!, Hy
drogrsptrea', ard Seol.'grral structures, ebe rved oa the
earth's eras', were the result of fore aetlag according
to Hie ', demonstrative law, aaalogoas to those govern,
ing the devrlop-went ot oreaa'e holies. By Rrcaaaa
Own, M. P.. Professor ot Geilugy a .id Chemlttry in the
Cnlvers tv of Na hill. The sora of wlvlom Is to know
the laws by which the eulverse is girero-d; the sum of
virtue is to ofrey them. Illustrated by Map an 1 Diagram a.
For sale by tbjH C H AS. W. SMITH.
fp0 sell Goods tnr a mannf .eturing houe la this Qty.
X Salary from l(0 to ;ier month a.i J eatwnwpe.
'a receipt o' li), we will ft.r.ari Simp e br Hi press
with Imtrao ions or, add -ess eaeiosinf r O. Blttnps tor
particulars, C. B. ORVIS,
Real Cstst a-eJ St o Breter,
No. to, K.m sL. Cmr-pimt , f Ma.
Jane 1-wrn IA w. Pi,l OfBre hov. W10.
rpiUFt ehollert In the Na-hvnte PuMlsMnr aad Print.
A Ins Cwtipsny, are hereby notified that an instalment
of tvtitj tve p -r cent of tl e eap 11 stock of sand Coov.
panv l eaUet ft-r. piyable .a Mondav, ths J th Jane Beat,
to the aide- signed at his ome ia Nasnle.
tnsy-d. A- Y. a. IIND'LKY, Wtdeot.
1JsT have bow a flret rate asaorteaent ef SHTRTv, at
v v ar Mas pr.ees, aad of latest Kyle. Tie Sa.r
grtdee we w.rran to bi aeli made aad to St better thaa
aat o.h.r style.
RECnvrnthis dav a intH lavvee ef Mawa lse Col
orwd Sfur , aa t a choiee let of ether patter at.
Jaae . J. H. McQILL,
Of PI'k, TJsle Til, Gaaae Merloa, Gaose Carina,
Jac oe Linen, Turk Jeaaa, CutWa Neit, aad fUim
Cotton recti red aad br sale by
-lens I, J. tt. kfeGILU
STLC. Lisle Thread. Mertne aad every variety ef CeUoa,
rwrwived aa4 lor tale br
Jaae I. J. H. McOat.
CI.OTII AID TOILET Blll H S
RtrmrD pie tipre-a aa.ther Iwvaice t Hair, Tooth,
Mall ae Cieta arixUa. AJ, every vaWy of
T jVm i" TV" C"M" H. McCILl;
tiilk. valises at c litre r bags.
trsr r,ld a smart b ef bt Me Uather Traaks
J aod VBhs, aad ee ef cb.'r etyica. , aa a-
ruoeat - Carpet .Ma - v
laJlre'aad eeetWmea1 Vurauntae awre.
r S-iaere and I i!x rtrto.
aaBajrasasaasBwBBBasaii i . . e
A Series of the beet FnplisA and Foreign Authors, print.
ed tn compact and elegant formats) : t
BACCN (Lord) Zarars and Historical Works, j
BEAUMONT snd FLETCIIKX. By Leigh Hunt. i
BECSMAN'3 History of Invention!- i voU.
COIR'S Hoose of Amtr'a. 8 vols.
CONDE'S Arabs in Spain. S vo!j.
Li e ot Marlborough. S vols.
CYCLCPJDIA of Po Itical Knowlege 4 vols, ;
DE lOLMri'S ConjtltaIoa of England,
FOSTER (John)--Life and Letter?. Svola,
........ Leeiures. bv Ryland. I vo'a. i
FULLER (Andrew)-Principal Worls,
GOETHE'd Autobiography and Travels.
Faust, and Tramas,
Novels and Ja'e-, Werter, Ae.
Wi helm Mester, complete. 1 vol.
H UNO ACT, History and Revolutions of;
JAMI'S life of Cotur de Lion. 9 vols.
JUNIUS' Letters, by WoodfaL Svola.
KEt LT3 History of Rue-ia. S Tola.
LAMARTINE'd History of the Cirondlsts. I tqU,
Restoration in France. 4 vols.
LANZI'3 HiUcry of Piintin?. Svola.
MACHHTELM Hijfory and Worka,
MICHELFT-S F each Eevo utlon,
MIGNET'rf H story do
MILLER'S Phiicaophy of History. 4 Tola,
MILTON'S Proe Works. 6 vo"a.
BANKES HLsto,y of the Pipes. 8 vols.
8 rvU and Danubiaa rrovinces,
EOJCOa'cLso X. S vol.
........ Loreraode Medics,
SCHILLEitS' Thirty Years' War.
Revolt of the Netherlands, and Plays,
Rubbers, Clo t See1, Ae.
SCULFGL S Philosophy of H.story,
........ JE the tie works,
SMITH'S Lce.urea on the French Revolution.
BOHN'S EXTRA VOLUMES.
Vuiorm wit the STaSDano I tsaaav.
GRAMMlNT'j MEMOIRS CF THK COURT OF CHARLES
RABf LAlj' WO.:U3. Complete in 3 vols. Portrait.
COUNT HAMILTON'S FAUY TALES. Portrait. m
BJCCACCIO'd DEC4ME-).V. complete TraoslatioaJ by
w. a.. Killt, Frq Portrait.
CIRVANT.vV EXEMPLARY NOVELS.eomplete. Portrait.
TUE HSPTAME-tON, Ta'es la he manner of B.c-cio.
By MaaoaaBT, Qcaas or Navabbb. Fine Portrait.
BQHN'S LIBRARY OF FRENCH MEvlOlRS.
CniO'-m with Vie Ftasoasd Libbabv. I
MEMOIRS OF PI1II.1P DB OUMVINES, contaning the I
II . : . v r . n. . . . '
u..Hri- oi mollis .ti. aan wnanea 1 lit., iingsor France, -and
of Charles the Bold. Due of Burgundy. To which
Is addd. The Scandalous Chronicle. Ia 3 volumes.
MEMOIRS OF THE DUKE OF SULLY, Prime Minister to
Henry the Great. With Notes, and an Historical Intro- .
ductioa by Sir Waltsb Scott. In 4 vols. With a Gene-
ral Index. Tula. I.. II., and HL Portrait.
BEDE and AnKlo-Faion Chronicle,
BRANDE'S Populor Antiquities. 8 vols.
EARLY Travels In Palestine,
ILLI' Metrical Romanes, a
FLORENCE of Worcester's Chronicles,
HAND BOOK cf Proverbs,
LAM B'S .Specimens ol the English Dramatic Poete of the
Time of ShHkpeirr.
MALLETM Northern Antiquities,
MARCO POLOM Oravrler,
OLD Engli.h Chronic'es (Sn,
PAITON l etters (The
ROtirJl OF WENDOVEE'S Chronic'.es. 2 Vols.
WILLIAM OF MALMEiUURT do
New Works are corauntly added to the Series, anl
re.-ularly received after pullication.
W. T. BER3T A COMPANY.
Jan 8. Nashville.
CUREEY'S GEOLOGY OF TENNESSEE.
W T. Berry A. Company
IT A rr JCS T R KCEJ VED
THE GEOLOGY OF TEWtSSEE,
J1V HICII KI) O. CUIIREV,
A. M , M. D., of Knoxville.
This vo ume contiins a description of the Minerals and
Oree of Tennessee, their variety and quality, modes of ar
sajing and vi ne, leather with a description of the soil
and their productiveness, and paleontology.
SllrKlt It wag. p.
W ITIT T 1 1 . . . . . ... .....
I " i I'll e" k"- ti'ti, ro 'ne nts-nest O' l ter. en toe Ptj&iie
1 Fquare ia Na.-hville, at tl.e old Court House gate, on
SOthdnr of Jnnl857t
A hoo'e and p irel of Und, on the Murfreesboro tarnpfke, I
aout Imr miles from Nh ill-, known a the ell Tavern
Stand, fo'merlv re uni-d by Ja. McCulloch and now, at 1
this time, by Ihos. Vau.'hn The above land Is shout thre
acres. Levied on as the pro e-ty of I'd uund Vauhn, to sat- ;
fyan execution in mv hand', iesned from Ihe HnnorsMe j
prem- Co rt in Na hviilr, Tenn., in favor ol Timothy Do- )
son Ad t inistmtm. Ai.
Sale wilLln the hours rre cr bed v law.
J.NO. K. t n.Ml NDON. Sheriff,
June 1-td B R. P. BeOS, D. 8her.IT.
COICRfA ll'V'Sf, CAPE ISLAND. CAPS JfT,
XEW JER-EY. This extensive etebli.hmn will
be opened fur the reeentinn of company on THl'R4D.Y.
Junel1, inst. S; nee the close of last season It has beea
pnt in enrrnlete outer. Painted throughout, Paprred, and
much new F imitnre ad. let. A corps of the best drilled
Colored Servants have hen seierted from thia City and
Baltimore, ad every attention will be paid to secure the
comfort and pleasure ot the gue.-t Application frr Rooms
or Cottages can be made at ibj offl-e of the subscriber.
Jon 1 -codm. No. H Walnut street.
PI IILIC Sll.i: OF LAND.
ON TIlCRSDtT.THg 11TH OF JCNF, ea the premises.
I wi I sJ to the highrst bidder, a tract of LA D, con
taining anoul flf y acres.
Tr e land lira o Mill Creek, between the Lebanon and
Murfreesboro Turn-' krs, oa a new turnpike, adjoining 'he
land ef kdwsrd Trabu-, aod ia apart of the land of the
la'e R. P. Srrh.
The tract l divid-d Into three tots, with Witer oa each.
Taaasor fin. l,i and 8 years, fbrnotea well secared,
bearing iniere.l, ay.b'r ia B-i k and a lien rttaii.ed.
JW Sale ti commence at 11 o'clock.
samt. crock nr.
E. R. Glasoccb, Auctioneer. Junel-td.
din, Wm. Ualkrr at Aew Orleans ! 1
SOT THE EAST CALL.
FORTY LIKELY NEviROK FoR SALI. ' .
T HAYK on hand a new arrival of LIKELY YOUNG NE-
1 O ROES, comprising men, woman, boys and girls, of ail
ages and i s-s cooks, eashers, lieuers, hoaae servants,
and ff-ld hands. Those wnbiog to buy most call soon and I ;
see ihe-n. Tliey are the very liaeliewt lot of Neares ever
offered ia thia niir.et W. L. BOYD, J
Nashv He. Msv 8 ', H"7. No 8 Cherry street.
IVcw Ite frcam and Soda Water
S J. LOO 3XT,
v n . n i: 11 a uax,
T.r EEP8 oon-tan'iy on band a fine assortment oj Con
JV fwliinanrs, gruiM, C'gars, Ale, Be. He v4rljl,
durlnsthe sea o i keep a supply of I K CRCtH. of tne
beet quality, lie repciriUy asks a aha-e of puoiiepat-rooi-e
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE .
of a Letter from a
CONNOISSEURS E I ATetueaA uenuemaa,
TO U'Ji BROTH EE,
TO BE TUB
OJTLT GOOD SAXTCX, fe'iiq
WoacBSTTia, Mv, lSAts
"Tell LEA A PER
HINS that their SUCE
buhlv esteemed la la
lia, aod ia, in my opto.
oa. the must palatable,
well aa the most
as 9 arm cis Li ro
Is , MSSiS
vhoicwome Sauce that ia
The only Medal awarded by the Jury of the New York E
hihil'on fur Fore rn Sorea, was ohlaine-l by LEA A PER
RINS, r their Vt Ui.0TlRHIRJ! SAL'CB. the wo. W-wide f
fame of whH-h kanng led to aiuaervua imi ation, aarvhascrs
are eanst y requested Ui sre that toe naasrS ef LEA aa
PLRKJNS" are uo, re-Md upon the BotUe aad Stopper, and
grimed upon the l-sbrla. ,
Sole WbuJcaale Ageaia far the Uaitasl States, '
J0H3 DITSCAJT A t05Z,
40i. Hreadwaf! M. Y.
A stock alwave le store. Also, erdee iwewfved tat dlree
ah 'pmrat from Er.gi.nd. I May 4. -81 ly see p.
AGSICTJLTTJEAL AND SEED STORE,
50.3T, C0L1E0S ST . 3ASHTILLX-
HATTN0J ostakH.bl a -?B.r.l Agriealtaral Depot at
the above piae-. 1 d-eire ail my old aad aree frieeds.
aad ibe swa ie aa tarw, to call aad awe saw, aad eaaeaiae
my stuck ia trade. Tv sine's, the latest aad asoae aa
arcTal wwer aod sprre, Barahi t's earl v ailed ton, aa4
eottua Drusi; i-la es preumra Paws aad vetuvatora, at
KeJtaeky; tardea Sesnta, of every variety; ni. Clover,
Tlatsxky. H.O. i.r.sa, OKha't eraae, Caaary, Hemp and
Ra fewl. Bucket eat aad Btrley, eoasiaotly oa kaa4..
Ail k ade el Agncaluaral aad tiaetAoaltiwal Isapbiaaeaie sa
Ad blade ef Copper. T.e. Brase aad Sheet Iron War
stat Sbaauraeiarwa. and 8 eea brawe, Ae , tor sale. Aa
rwatarai la-p eateau aut ea bead, ordered and sold at fa
aaase aetarwr's pnee aad iraapo a torn. Am, T.nweiV
Hacliua aad H sad Tro ka reck, Saauh A Co.1 ktaaa
ftuxery, Soath.agioa, O aa.
JiAst reeeived a Mi;iy of Baah,Llma aad Cjtb Beaas,
Fuas'e reed, fur Ws br ua.
mil. - , B. 8. WTLHR.
Kxtra Family Lard.
IV S are polling ap la charter aad half aarrela, aa ea
vi oelient artieie u aailv Lrt.whea we wtrt sell lew
Coaawwers can save socaslhiag by porohae.ae ef
aai1t-lrae w H'tm a) IU.
Sr0AK.-n hbda Fair Prime, aad Chotee aew agaa'
- biwa rowdered 8uat . U re aad hr sale by
twil ,W. B. eOADOel A CO.