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NASHVILLE, TENN. I
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.ESri'arviii.'Vfc Monroe.- General 'XeirspSpe'' Agents,
Nn."Si;Walnut street; are auUioreU agents for J.!te .Nash.
Title Union'in Cincinnati.
VTC. 31. Carroll, is our aulhbrizr'il agent for Hie cif r t
of Memphis. Ho can be, found at llie 1. O iu that, city. j
TUKSOAY MOKXI.NG, SI AX" 1 1 83'J.
.lzW- Tht audiences to hear, ibe ,l)riiintnor Boy
at O.ld -Fellows If nil arc improving. Wc arc gi.nl
loiyolf. This is really a prodigy "the eiglitlf won
der of the world:
Ciupurr Codrt, May 23. Clias. Payne w. .Tno.
"V. Payne Action of assumpsit vr rdic ; for plain
"tiflf in damages $27.".
Mary E. Marshall rs. James Marshall. Decree
for a divorce, on the "ground of wilful abandonment
- for.morc tlian Iw'o years. '
'" . Ifciify Gatewood j-s.Cartwright.fc Annslrong.
" Aclion for Lreach . of contract. fJalcavcjbjl' inadc
''sonji; purchases of defendant?,- and asked, them if
fiey-wonld buy or harlcr for. inay-Tippie'rort, an
.'article which tloes not command a very extensive
market, and Gatewood receiving aa affirmative an- .
' sivc- a Contract which failed to specify the amount
" bargained for, was entejed, into; vliiyi plaintiff ship
ped to defendants 3000 "pound.". They took prob
cbly one hundred pounds, and refused to jay for
'the rest hence the cction. At -the hour of ad
jonniment no verdict. .
" .The Court "will enter to-day upon 'the itivestijra- '
tion of the Bell cases. '
, CcifEEULASD Pl'.ESBVTErtUX GKNElUf. Assembly.
"We learn that this body met on the 17th inst,
in Princuton, Ky. An able and interesting opening
--sermon "was preached by the Uev. D. Lowkv. and
' "the house organized by the election of Rev. If. S.
Pouter, D. D., of Memphis, Moderator, and liev.
Messrs. Wiiite, of St. Louis, and S. T. Stewart,
-of Indiana, Clerks. Over 100 Commissioners rep
resenting 79 Trcsby tones are in attendance. JJii-
siness is being conducted with harmony and dis-
patch. The nest Assembly will be held at Mem
CSP Olympia, at the head of Pugct Sound, will,
it is said, be the seat of Territorial Government for
the new territory of Washington. A fcventy-four
- can always safely ride at anchor within a mile of
the bluff there; and at certain tides she may ap
proach the shore within a plank's lcngtlu It is
thought at the Department of the Interior, that
Olympia is to become tlie great commercial point in
raoposALs foe timber, lumber, &c.
JJureau of Construction, Ac, llav 12, ISM.
SEALED l'KOl'Oa.U.S to turnUIi timber, Iurnbe', Ac,
teudoiel projxwals for timber utid lumber, as the cae
niav le. naming the navyyard and class for v.liicli the of
feris liilcaJed.) will ba U'ccived by lliis burcm lo three
o'clock, 1'. JL,"f the 2tSi day of Jtiucnext, to be delivered
under contract at the sereral'iiary-yards bercinatler named,
free of expense to tho Uaile.l Slates, anl at the risk of Ibe
Due lirtirili part of the timber, lumber, Ac, required at
each navy-yard must be delivered on or before tlie lirst day
of Julr, one other fourth part on or before thefirtof Pel
tenilKT, oae other fourth paitou or before the first of o
venibjr. and (.112 other fourih iart on or before the thirtieth
day of December, (KRbteen hundred and fifty-four.
All the atoresiid timber, lumber, and other articles, must
be of tlie verv best quality, subject to inspection and n.ea
ureiuent, and" be iu all other lespects in onforniity willi the
sliplllatlon contained in the "1'riiM ruht eUiMiLnl fr
th-iiinxetion aiul meiuuremeatof li.uUror thf naryJ the
tfutini State? copies of whieb inay be se.-n at either navy
yard or uavr aunt's ollice. All tlie afore.uid arliiles ate
Kfluiied to bo in all respects satis&ctnrv to tlicconunaudut
of the u avy yard where the same sba'.l be del vei ed.
The yellow pine plank stocks must be of the very lst
quaiity'of long leaf, tme grain Soutbeni yellow pine, the sap
to be excluded in the incisure neat. The white o.ik linibor
and phnk must be felled between the ltif Octoljcrand the
1st of March, nudiiut liaie p-own within Mxty miles of
the ea coast; must be Mi iptied of tl.e bark, or hew ed w itliin
twenty daj s afler it i.fellej, and jilaced clear of Ibe unmnd,
id" wliicli sitil'jctory evidence mut be piven by il-c con
tractor, by the pnduction of certilicalcs sipned by two re
spectable" witness's, with the.rdfjKteitions, under tilth, be
fore come judge of Ibe com t or magistrate within the towii
hhip or count w here the said w bile oak timber and plank
1'eixiiii wlioolTers may be arcepied will be ltipiiled to
enter into contracts wliicli, liesides tt'icr conditions, will
cxpreriy piovidc that, in ca--e they sliu.Il iu any ipect fail
t ) per!o'.iii the contiacts the same may be. at the option of
fie United ritaics, declared null and void, w ilhont iitfeotiiif;
Itif r.fjt.t of the said United Slates to reenter for delaulls
wliicli Uiav hate uconnvd; willi the stipulation that, ifde
fmlt shall lie made by tliecoutracior in deliveriugall or any
f the article cou'raeted for, of tlie quality and althe times
and places turned, that tl.en.and intlatca-e, tbccontracinr
mid Ins sureties will forfeit and pay to the United State, as
Inundated dainstres. a Mini of moiiet equal to twice the eon-
tract price, which lui'lidatetl duiuages may be nt-oteied
liniu lime to tune as thet accrue.
Approved suivlies in mice the ctiinatej atncttnt of cacb
contract w ill be leqiured in the manner set forth in lbt in
xtninieut, and ten p--r centum in addition will bewilli'.ield i
froui the amount ot each pat incut as collateral sun-lv furils ,
faiihful jie'l'oniiani-e. Ninety jwr centum of each bill, up-4
pmted iu triplicate by the rrspectiie commandants of kind
lliry icUUie pji'l t'H the Mryaiitiit tit th jumt 111- I
yrv'tvitbin thirty dat afler itr. pieentation to liini. ,
Everv oaT-r must be "accompanied by a written ruaraiilee 1
(the ieimsibility ot the pui-anuir or puirautoii. to be cer
tified to bra navv agent or oilier t.Uiciai jK'ison, crbt some
one known to the bureau 1 that, if the oiler be accepted, the
bidder or bidders w ll.nilli'ii ten Uajs ullei tlieieeeipt oltlie
contract at the post -olliee deNipiateif, ciecutellie Mine, with
(;o kJ and sutlicient sareties, to fnrutiJi the articles proposed,
nm eeablv to the terms sjiecified in this udrerti-eiiientr-nr
winch mav be cml.o lied 111 the contract. Tbe law of loth
August, l'slii, loibids the corsuleraliou of all proposals not
nooinpaiiicd by such guarantee.
llidders arc particularly cautioned to cn-2ore tlrir otfir
at abore required, tint they may bedistinjruiihed I10111 oili
er basiness letters, ill onlef to pretent their being opened
before the dav apiiinted.
All oilers ti lt made 111 strict conformity willi this adver
fsemcut in every particular w ill lie considered or 1 ejected
ut the option of the bureau. Thoseonly wbue ofl'ers may
be accepted will be nolilieJ, and contracts forwarded with
rcrsons ofTeriiifr are directed to designate the post cilice
? tbroiigli wliicli tbev desiie to beaddresscd, nnd tl.e uaty
; agent to whom tbe'eontract shall be sent for execution.
' All editors autlioi ized to publish this adtertiseiiient will
-fbc sticcially notified by Ibis bmeau. Xone others will be
-paiif far its insertion.
JtUU Hunt U trjmrate nr. I tlUtinet for tiuh nary yard
' arnl furmch eht artiele, ami iitvut in all ents an
h -jet nil Utt ariiefet uuxtunuii in the cltm for irJttrlt t), bid
iixvJtL: The cost of each i'em must be distinctly carried
oul, and tbe aggregale of each class correctly f.Hited up,
wli cli is materia! to a lair comparison of bids.
No extension of time fir deliveries under nny conlract
w'll bejrranted, and penalties for non-fulhlinent will in all
cases lie rigidly enforced; bidders arc, tliciefore, lx-ipiested to
otter for no more tlian they arc sure they can finuish within
" the time sjiecilied.
TIM II Kit.
FOKM OF AN OFKEIJ l OlETIMIiER, LU.MllKIt. Ac.
Sir: I (or we) agree It furnish and deliver at the nuvy-
Tar.t at , iu conformity with the requirements or tho
udrertlscment of the bureau of construction, equipment,
and repair, of tho Kill fli May, Is33, the several articles 01
(tiuitwr, lumber, Ut., as tliu case tiist bf,) euumeraied in
la ,or classes No. aud No. for that jar.1, to
cubic feet oft ellow pine plank stocks: at
els. percobic fool - - - - - $
cublefeetol prouiiacuousycllow pine timber,
at cts.per cubic foot - . - -
Ci.fs No. .
-cubb? feet of white out plank slocks, at
els. er rublctool - $
-sided inches of lute oak boal knees, at
tti por sided inch -
Ifmjbbtbc accapted, 1 desire tobe addressed through
the post office at , and Ike commit tobe scit to the 1
lmvy agent at , furexeculion. s
ItPfpectlully.jour ob't serv't. A. 15. 1
To the t'hlel of bureau ot i.'oustruclioii, AiC, Uli
ingtoii, U. C
We, the undersigned, residents or in the stato of .
.hereby guaraiit), iu exso the foregoing bid ol !
be ai-ceptcd. llut (he orlh-J) m ill, w lain ten da)s slier the
lecelptoflhe coi.fact al the jio-t olliee designated in said
bid,eeeule the same,ilU good ulid uflicleul sun lies; to
lurinsli the ailu-lesf riq iist-41, in ci'iiformilt with the terms
of the bdeillsonit-i.l under which II was made. . 11.
K. K. I
I beri by certify Ihat, to the bo-i of my knonlglgeaud be. '
lief, tho uboo-ualud guaraulors ure gocd an.l sullicirtt. I
tt. 11. .att .igcni.
FOI5M OF KVllOK-K.MiiXT
On the envelope transmuting the o:er:
Clait .V- , "t lie nam yard (ua' tkt yrj )
A V V VA It 1 1 k I k-l hit V , W A I . h,
Clssi .No. 1 lVr cubic loot.
IV.Vie I'mefar fjl.
3 (TS cubic fectoilhu fol owiug di.neiiiious.vii, per ru
ble ' t . . . ... ..... .
r. .i....i ti leei lone ia; iuruc suuaic, cn.v
bmt and middle, taH-reu 10 u incnes al top ena.
'lne tibule title of the best quality long lear, cue.gralu
soulbem yellow jilno.
The mast tiinbr must b got out ttraigbt aud sijusrj to
wort to the rbote sites.
Clasi So. 2 Per cubic foot.
35,000 cubic feet white oak piaak stocks, per cable foot.
K AVY-YAKD, CHAHLESTOWN, M.ISSACHUSETTS.
Clam Wo. 1.
ro.000 cnblo fet white oat plant stocks, per cubic foot.
S,W cubic, fetwnltooa butt pieces, from 0 to 3.7 feet
long, and from l-) (r2( lucl.es square in the middle i,r
the ttkks, equal J.roiwrtions or the various lengths
aiul slzrs. lier cubic' loot.
1,003 cubic f-el Kultjoafi enrre timber, or out square
knec. In length' from 1510111 feet to boslded straight
one way from 12 to IS. Inches, anil to neve a natural
-curveor crook: tins oilier way frara 2t to CO Incites
In l-.e leosth oflbcslick. Tpe width, or size of tho
curved waylo le ofiho full size uflhe tree, anil the
luoftcurvlne part, oranclu of lha stick, innst be at
least oiie-lhird of lUli(iluIeiitli from theeKd. Tho 1
vnilcus :eiiRtli , sizes anil curves In equal proportion,
ltr cubic Toot.
EO white oal: llmbtrin knees the whole lenglli of each
body to be from 6 to ten feet, tin) length of arm from
thei-enlreof tliulioily lobe tromTto I fect.ai.d to
fjrin m anele w.tli the body from 12tl It 1 to degree?;
the arms to bo largo enough to nldo from 8 to 12
inches. '1 lie bodie lo lo Sded to the diainet' r of
, the arrcj the s'.dlng vay. Hie Moulding tlze ofthe
b-hllesiu the middle ofthelr lenjjtht to be Trwo 15 to
fOinchfs 1-Utimalcd at SOU inches net siding, per
10 whltemak knees 'or cat-lirad, IbeboJies to be from
8 to 10 fejt long, the length rtlie arm from the cen
tre of the body lobe' from fi In fl fe-t long, and to
form an nng'o illi with thebodj from UOto 14.1 do
grees. The arms lobe largnjn.ongh to size from 12
to 10 inebx. Tlie ronjh enling of the bodv must he
1 iueli l:ir' than the diameter of the am tho siding
's ay, in J the mo'ilding size of the bod) iu enlirj
, . -- length, must not bo leg than ill rough "Idiiig size.
Eslliiiiteilal 1 10 li.cbea netldlugtpcr lueh net sid.
,p,. . . Ctir So. 2., .
irhi'te dili rn-mitcuoat Tiixhcr ailT'iat Kncrt.
3.000 cubic feet hiU oak proni'KHous timber Trom 25 to
Sj feet long, and from 12 told (iicnesiqnare in tho
iniildleof the ttlcks.pereuMcfoot
lOOeuliIf rt. best p:utu re white oik butt pieces (round log)
- - from 12 to Ujfeel long, andnono less than 21 iuclies
diameter at thu lop eod clear of Ike bark, pur tublc
, O.pieivs whiteoak timber fioin 13 to 10 feet long, to be
bided straight one waj from H to 10 inches thick, the
monldliigway to bef.om 10 to 12 Inches, an. I to ho
ilraightl'ortwo-lbirds Ihn length, the other third 1
part of lis length must baea fair :md nalunil curve 1
off from the Hralght rart from 12 to lti Inekei at the t
end. Tobe tough and straight grained and freo
from all defects. Ks Imateclat -luU cubic feet, per
200 white oak boat knees, armi not less lhan 4 Incites
diatnetcr clear or the bark, the arms and belies each
tobe from 30 to 30 luches long, t bes.ioare lu
sinarc and outsqnare in equal uroporllon, each.
30 piecesuhite oak timber from 13U 10 fejt long, lo
be sided Klraight one way from 10 to 14 inches tak-k,
and to haio r. fair, natural curve the nllirrmv fruni
SOlotGluchtsintbe lei.glh of the piece. The curved I
way toberrom 12to 10 .nebes wide, or according to !
thegrowlhof iha tree. To be tough, straight gialn-
. ed, and froe from all dofc-ts, Ksiimated atlOs cubic I
feet, per cubic foot.
Cuss No. 2,
cub'c fjft white pine limber, 13 to 18 Inches square,
in length from 20 to 30 feet, per cubic f.iot.
feet,lK)aid measure, bet quality white deck plunk,
3 inches thick. G Inches wide, and from 2j to 33 feet
long. per.M feet, beard meaiure.
boaid measure. No. 1 white pine 2 Inches plank,
per ilfeet.boird measure.
20 000 feat board measu re. No. 3 whit pin? 2-lnebe t plank,
iO.flOU feet, board measure, No. 2 white 1 iuo 2-Inch plank
I'H l,0IIUJfU UlVUSUrCi
perMfeel. board laessure.
10,000 feet. board measure,No.2ivhlte pine 1-lnch plank,
?v;r M feet, board measure,
eet, board measure, No. 1 wbito pine 1-inch boards,
per At leet. board meusurc.
23,000 leet. board incus lie No, 2 white rlne, 1-inch boards
pcr,J feet, bjard measare.
20,000 feet, bosrd measure, No. 3 white pino 1 Inch boards,
per .M feet, board measure.
Clisi No. 4.
AJi, r.lacl- V'aUut, Elm, Ihhoqany Jc, -
StO cubic Teet white ask butt pieces, rrom 11 to 23 feet
long, and notlCFntbau 18 incars diameter at tin) top
end, clear of the bark, per cubic foot.
12,000 feel, boird measarv, wbltoash plank, from 12 to 20
inches thick, perM feet, board measure.
1,500 feet, board measure, black walnut 1-inch boards,
from 12 to 20 feet long, and to average 1G Inches
wide, per JI feet board measure.
00 fjet. board measure, black walnut 1-Inch boards,
from II to 20 feet long, to average 20 inches wide, per
M ftet, loard measure.
1,00 leet, board measure, black walnut 2-inch plank, 12
toia) feel long, IT. inches wide, per .M feel, board
1,000 fcet,board meascre, black walnut?-lmhplank,12to
20 feetlong, 15 lut-hs wide, per.M feci, board md is
ure. 500 feet, baa-d measure black walnut 3,'i-inch plank,
12to20feet long, 13 inches wide, per il feet, board
300 leet,board measure, hard mahogany 4-inch plank,
10 to 1J inchei wide, per M foot, board measure.
330 fet, board measure,hhrd mahogany 3A;-Iuch plank,
lGto liinches wide, per.M feet. board measure.
2,000 fuel, board measure, 1 Inch cpres boards, to be
from 20 to 30 feet long,ar.d from 1) to 11 inches wide,
per M feet, board meuure.
1,000 leelcedirboards, 13 t.i 23 feet long, 8 to 12 inches
wide, and ;, hs of an Inch thick, per M feet, uoaid
Ah theab'jvc hardwood lumber to bo of the best
quality, free from nl, knots, shakes, splits, strains,
and allotherdefcctj, aud to be sawed to full and
GiO cubic feel elm timber, (best qnalitv round butt
pieces ) from 12 to 23 f;el long, and from 12 to 20
inches diameter, lo average 1G inches diameter,
clear of the bark, in the middle of the stUks per
Cuts No. 5.
Jlitlory and It'lttr j3k Oars.
2 corJs besl quality hickory butt pieces, from G to 8
feet long, aud from 10 to 15 inches diameter, per
11 II d
Ksli united at 13,n lineal fact, per lineal foot.
The hl.ides to be full ono-thlrJ the length of tho oars, the
handles lu. ho fcim lies long by 1( Inches in diameter. To be
tough and straight-grained, clear of knots, spills, strains,
aud oihur defi-.u, and to bo g.it out flraight. Mulshed
smooth, and in proper tliape, read) for uie. ' ,
LAS No. n
t, tons (or2,?ll)ll)bel quality ligimm-vii.v, 8 inches di
ameter, per Ion.
5 Inns (-f 2 2Hllbs best quality lignum-til.T, 'J incbcsjdl-,
aiueter, per ton. ,''l'
5 tuns (ofyiHO lbs) licit quality llguiiui-vll.x, lOIncbrs di
ameter, per Ion.
To be round and free from thakes, cracks, and all olher
Black Sprhec Spars.
30 black spruce spars, .'.0 to (Hi feet long, 12 Inches di
ameter iu the piiddle,clearof bark, aud eight inches
diameter althe top end, each.
1 000 inches black spruce spars, from 5 to 8 Inches dlame-
I tr In thu midole,.ri feel in length for etery inch in
I diameter, the diameter, at thu top end to be two
' thirds of Ihe middle d'ameter, per Imh.
I 1(0 bla'-k spruce iioles,2ti to 311 leet long, and from 3 to
' 4lnche diameter in the middle, each.
i Alltheabnte spars to have lliebark on, ami to be fresh
I cutand so iud, 10 bestrauht, freefrem large kuols and all
. other defects.
NAVY-YARD, V.KOOKI.YN, NKW YOI1K.
C'l.ts. No. 1.
40,000 cubic feet white oak plank slock, per cubic foot.
Cufi No 2.
White Oak Knees.
400 white oak knees, the net tiding of one half lo be 8
inrhes, and the net tiding of iho olberhalfto bo !)
Inches one half of ibeabove knees lo bosquare, one
fourih to form an angle IromW to Ml degrees, tho
remain ler to form an nngle from 00 to lOO say
3,400 inches, per iurb.
230 white oak boat knees, from! to T Inches, Ij average
5J iuihcs say 1 3T5 inches, per Inch.
Cmss No 3.
irinte On', rtaal.
3,000 feet.board measure, l-lr.ch white oak plank, 20 to
35 feet In lergth, per M feel.
3,000 leet, board mnure. 1 Inrh white oak boards, 18 to
St feet in length, per M feet
3,000 leet board measure, ,3,-inch white oak boards, per M
Clam No. I.
3,000 cubic feet first quality merchantable whltcplnctltn
ber, none Iei than 3 feet long, lo average 45 feet,
to be rough squared, and not less than 14 inches al
thetop endof the stick, per cubic fool.
8,030 feet. board ineaure, clear white pine plank, 2-inch,
5,UO0 feet, b.iard measure, 1 lear white pino j.lank, 1 "f -Inch,
per M fet.
10,000 leet. heard measure, clearwhlto pine jdaiik, 4-inch,
p6r -M feet.
30,000 teet, board measure, 3-inch white pine plank, in
lergth from 20 to 3tl feet, to averaje 25 feet, not less
than 12 inches wide, per M feel.
7,000 feet, board measure, 2-inch merchantable white
pine plank, per M feet.
8,000 feet, board measure, 1 JJ-lnch merchantable wbito
pine plank, per M feet.
23,000 feet, board meaure, 1-iuch merchantable white pine
boards, por M feet.
18,000 feet, bosrd measure, 1-inch box boards, white pine,
per JI feel.
200 1. Inch Albany boards, per board.
G,0t0 1U inch Albany plank, per plauk.
Class No. 5.
15 pieces S3 feet long. 12 inches diameter one-third
of length from butt, top end 8 inches,
3 do 50 feet long, 12 inches diameter one-third
oflei gth I ruin butt, top slid S inches, per
15 do 43 feet long, 11 irrhes diameter one-third
of length from butt, top end 8 inches, por
13 do 43 feet long. 10 Inches diameter one-third of
length from butt, top end 8 Inches, per
2,f.00 Inches from G to 9i Indies, to ave'Cgo 7 Inches, to be
5 fei-l in lcnztli lo evt ry inch in diameler,
lh Lola 10 be straight, and h ita the bark
( on. per inch.
Ola ;s No.G. ,
Yelttie I'ine.V-stml Spar Timb'r.
4 pieces 5 feet hir.g.para'lel flraight lines, 2IK
" do -slo
do 20 inches square (134 feel from butt, tup
enos ly Indies,
whole to be of the best long-leaf fine grain yellow
pine straight, free from sap and knots an d alLother defect1
say 0,079 cubic Dset, per cubic foot
3,000 feet, beard measure, IK
Inch yellow pine ptauk, per M
Cuss No. 7.
iUOcub'cfeet flrstr.uallly Long Island locust timber, In
- l: lengths from 8 to.12 feet, to average 14 Inches dl
arneier, none: less than 12 Inches, per cubic foot.
2 pices, 5 feet long," 22 Inches square per piece
. 2 do 7 do 24 do do
Ctsss No. 0.
. " 3 tons (of 240 lbs.) 1 5 Inches diameter, per ton.
Say-22 Ion: of 2,3-10 pound per tons
Class No. 10.
300 rough hickory bars.G feet Ions, 2,f inches 'k ;
square " perpieca.
75 rough hickory bats, 12 feetlong, 5J inches
Tobe of split hickory, straight, clear of knots and other
jlti Timlcr, c, $r.
150 cubic 'feet of round ash limber per cnble foot
1(H) wblte-aahoars,ori feetln length peroar
1,000 feet, board measure, I-lucli n!i boards per Al feet
Hi do ash plank
do ' do
8 51X1 do
I 'i do uo
- 2 do do
2;; do do
3 do do
Class No. 12.
MisitUaneous Plank and Beards.
330 feet, board measure, beach plank, 1;
3,000feet, board measure, l)f Inch cypress
boards. 20 to30 feel In length
3,UJfeet, board measure,! Inch 0 press
boards, 20 to 30 feet in length
3,000 feet board measure, Ji luetic) press
boards, 2u to 30 feet iu length
2,000 feet, board measure, X inch ct press
board.i'JO m 30 feet iu leygth
1,000 feet, board measure, 1-tnch cherry
ICO feet, board measure, 2-Inch mahog
200 feet, board measure, 1-inch mahog
200 feet, board measure, if-Inch maltog-
4,000 feel, board measure, 1-Inch black wal- :
2,100 feet, board measure; 1 ; Inch black wal
5,100 feet, board measure, .'.-Inch clear while
cedar boards, 14 to2u feet long, to
average 10 feet
3,000 feet, board measure, JJ-lnch clear white
cedar boards, 14 lo s.0 fcetlong,to
average IG feet
per Al feet
Class No. 1.
IFV-iVe 0ri- Tnnl-er.
2 rudder stacks, 3 feet long, net diameter at head 24 in
ches, iietsidiugatheel 10 Inches, por slock.
2 rudder stocks, 24 feet long, net diameter at head 18 la
ches, net siding at the heel 8 Inches per stock.
30 hickory capstan bars, 15 feet long, 5, luches iquare Lt
butt, 3; inches square at topeLd, per bar.
Class No. 2.
Delticare IVAiU Oat for Tretletreee.
092 board feet, 4 pieces, 13 feet long, 20 by 8 inches
13 by G
22 bv 6
IG by 5
15 by 4;
1C! by 5J,
111 uy 4
3,135 feet per M feet, board measure.
Thu above lobe clear of heart aud shakes, and to have
For Crosstrees (erooltd plank.)
10pleccs4diicb plank, from 11 lo 20 inches wide, 12 fact
long, per piece.
3 pieces 3,'j-lnch plauk, from 14 to 13 iucbos wide, 9 feet
long, per picco.
4 pieces 5-inch plauk, from 14 to 20 inches wide, 14 fuct
long, per piece.
2 picees 4',-inch plank, 20 inches wide, 12 feel long,
The above to be clear or heart and shakes, and to have
fromG to J inches crook, (fair sweep.)
Class No. 3.
Suseueiannah or Upland IFkitc Ool.
420 board feel, 3 pieces, ill feet long, 14 b) 12 inches
70 do 1 8 do 13 by 7 do
i 00 o do u by ex
1,1-y do 12 9 do 12 by II
lc3 do 2 7 do lejby 8i
315 do 3 . 12 do 15 by 7
13d do 2 10 do 13 l.t (I
Tne above to be dearof heart and "shakes, aud to have
500 board feet, of 2-inches oak plank.
500 do IJi-inches do.
5t0 do 1 do oak boards.
3,008 feet, per M feet, board measure.
Cuss No. 4.
White Oak Plank, tc.for Boats.
500 board feet, 30 fjet long, 12 Inches wide, 2; thick.
4,500 feet, per M feet, board measure.
Class No. 5.
Yelloa Pinr for Sloop fore and Main .Mists.
172 cubic leet, 2 pieces, 55 feet long, 15 Inches squ
81 do 1 do 54 do 15 do
4115 do 5 do 52 do 15 '1..
100 do 2 do 51 1I7 15 do
78 do 1 do 50 do 13 do
77 do 1 do 4!) do 15 do
2-J3 do 3 do 48 do 13 do
73 do 1 do 47 do 15 do
5TG do 8 do 4li do 1 do
138 do ! do 41 do 1". do
131 do 2 do 43 do 15 do
13.' do . 2 do 4 do 15 do
124 do -2 do 40 do 13 do
im; do 2 do 31 do 15 do
13 do 3 do 33 do 15 do
,r.O do 1 do 3'J do 15 do
10.! do 4 do 31 do 15 do
04 do 2 do 3d do 15 do
83 do 2 do 28 do 15 do
41 do 1 do 27 do 15 do
II do 1 do 20 do 15 do
130 do 4 do 25 do 15 do
71 do a do 21 do 15 do
GO do 2 do 21 do 15 do
3,110 cubic feet, percublc foot.
..-Tho above to be clear ef sap on three edges, and tobe
GI5 cubic feet. 3 straight pieces, G7 feet long, 21 inches
square, per cubic loot.
3GG cubic feet,2 pleccs.CG feel long, 20 Inches iquars, be
tween perpendicular lines.
3?flubic feet, 2 pieces 39 feet long, 20 Inches square, be
tween Iierpendicular Hues.
130 cubic feet, I piece, 4lfeot long, 20 inches square, be
tween perpendicular lines.
192 cubic feet, 2 pieces, 54 feet long, IG inches square, be
tween perpendicular lines.
534 cubic feet,G pieces, 50 feet 1 ng, IG inches square, be
twenn jeriendicutar lines.
328 cubic feet, 4 pieces. 40 feet long, 1G luches square, be
Gl cubic Teet, 1 piece, 4Jfect long, II Inches square, be
tween perpendicular lines.
84 cubic feel, 2 pieces, 39 feet long, 12. inches square, be
2,029 cubic feet, per cubic feet.
360 cubic feet,6 pieces, S feet long, 15; inches In the
middle, aud 12 inches at the ends (a sided.)
200 cubic feet, 2 pieces, 33 feet long, 20 inches al butt, and
lOiuchesthe lop, (square.)
G2G cubic feet, per cable fiot.
47cublc feel, 1 plecc,58 feel long, 13 inches middle, 9 In
ches at both ends.
39 cnbicfect, 1 piece,5Gfeetlong,12,; inches iniddle,8 in
ches at both ends.
JG cubic feel, 1 piece, 54 feet long, 12 inches middle, 8 In
ches at both ends,
122 cubic feet, 2 pieces, 59 feet long, 15 Inches middle, 10
inches al both ends.
2E8 cubic feet, G pieces 57 feet long, 14,'; inches middle, S
inches al both end s.
141 cubic feet, 4 pieces, 50 feet long, 13 inches middle, 8 in
ches at both ends.
322 cubic feet, 2 pieces, GO feel loug, 23,' inchts square,
from butt to middle, and 15 inches at Ibe lop end.
25G cubic feet, 2 pieces, G7 feet long, 21 ) Inches square,
from butt to middle, and 14 Inches it tho top end.
DG cubic feet, 2 pieces, 48 feet long, 14; Inches
square, from butt to middle, and 10 inches at
321 cubic feet, 4 pieces, 52 feet long, 19 inches square,
from bull to middle, and 12 inches at the top
230 cubic feet, 4 pieces, 47 feet long, 1GJ Inches
square, from bull to middle, and 11 inches althe
Ai6 cubic feet, G pieces, G2 foet long, 18; inches square
from butt lo middle, 48 leel long, 16, 'i luches .at
the ton end.
cubic feet, G inthes, 43 feet long, 16; inches
square, from butt to middle, and 11 luches at
To dimiuish to the top ends in a regular curv
2 7G4 cubic feet, per cubic foot.
Top Gallant Masts.
64 cubic feet, 1 piece, Gl feet loug, lt Ind.es square at
butt and middle, and 10 inches siuare al lop end.
53 cubic frct.l plece,5frect loug,14; inches square at
bulf. and middle, and 10 Inches square at the lop end.
122 cubic feet percublc foot.
All the above spars that taper at the ends must diminish In
a regular curved line.
Black Spruce Spars (straight) 1,000 incAcs to attrtgt 8 iacAri .
10 pieces, 45 feet long, 7 Inches al top end pcrplece
Class No. 7.
trhilt rine Lanier, Sec. White Pine.
170,000 feet, per M feet,board measure
5.000 board feet, 1-inch clean white ash boards
8,(SHI do 15f do do do plant
10,() do lj; do do do do
15,000 do 2 do do do do
38,000 feet, por M feet.boanl measure
2.000 board feet of Ji-lnch black walnnt boards
uo oi i iw "
do of 2 do do plank
9,000 feet, per M f jet, board measure,
do of 1 do do
do of H do do
do oflj, do do
lo of 2 do do
do ofSJi do do
1100 board feet of ?-lncb.cnerry boards
1,000 ' do ofl do do do
1,000 do of 3 do do do
3,000 feet, per M feet, board measure
-; Popitr. - ; j
2,000 board feet of JJ-lnch boards, por M feet., r
Clsss No. 1. -AJi
Plank (ir MM. tuid mra.ww.T
4.000 sup. feet, IK Inches thick, 9 to 10 inches
A fMfi - .1. IS.' Ar An in ,u j
10 to 12
12 to 14
14 to 15
15 ti 17
20 to 22
Tuo wholo tobe well scrsorcJ,"- 12 or 14 f.-,J lengths, Ktm
clear ofirind shakes, splits, knoUor other defects.
White Pineiiyer il feet, hxinl measure.)
5.000 sup. leet j; Inch prime white pine boards'"
1i,UI4) do 1 do do do do do "
13.000 do 1; do do do-- do .do I
injHH) do 2 da do do do da '
25,000 do 1 do common culllngs, while pine
boards - .
The whole to be welt seasoned and In IG feet lengths.
PcpUir, tv., (per Jffcit toirtl tiifnsvre.) .
2,000 sup. feet ;-lnchpopIarbiarJ3,soundaiid wellseason
ed 2,500 sup. feet IU inch beach boards In 14 feet lengths, and
7'i inches wide, to be well seasoned, and free I rum
spills or other defects.
NAVY-YARD COSFORT, VIRGINIA.
Class No, 1.
33,000 cubic feet white oak plank stocks, by cubic foot 50
pieces of promiscuous white oak, to side 16 t 18
inches parallel, IGtoSI reel long, rtalght oiib way,
rough hown moulding way .-ay about 2.250 cubic
feet, by cnMe fort '
40 pieces of promiscuous white oak, to side 16to 1" in
ches, 15 to 30 feet long, straight one way. to curi o
from 15 to 3n inches rough hewn tbe moulding way
tay 2,000 cubic fett, by cublcfoot.
7.t7e OatJlatt Cuts.
C pieces, each pleace 22 feet, 18 inches, 12 inches
6 do do 20 do 1G do 12 do
10 do do 18 do 15 do 11 do
10 do do 13 do. 16 do 10 do
12 do dn 23 do 13 do 10 do
Fay 12,300 feet board measure, per M feet, board taesture.
Tbe above 41 pieces are tobe or the very best while oak.
They are now rough dimensions. Tho centre or pith must
be taken out: they are U begotlo sharp corners i. c, clear
of wane, so that when reduced to the net size there will be
no sap wood on them.
50 pieces of northern locuit, 12 feet lorg, diameter not
less than 12 inches at smallest end. To be free
from ail defeits sav 50) cubic feet, by cubic fool.
Class No. 2.
12 white hickory butts, each 14 feat In length
70 uo do do eaci 10 do do
10 do do do cack G do do
To be 6 inches in diameter ctthe small end, the bmk not
to be removed: to be delivered ly the contractor be.'ore dry
worm gets in them, by the piece
50 white ash oar rafters, 13 feet long
50 do do do 17 do
500 do do do IG do
500 do do do 15 do
All to bo 3K Inches square at tie loom, and the blade G
inches wide, IU Inches thicket the nd.frre from knots, pllh,
shakes and other defects tay 17,250 lineal feet by lineal
Class No. 3. (Per cubic foot.)
Yellow Pine Plank Stocks.
40,C00 cubic feet of long-leaf flue-grain southern yellow pino
Yillou Pine Spars for "Frigates."
4 main topmasts, length GGfeot, diameter at butt 22
inches, diamctrral 8 fetl from lop 21 inches, diam
eter at top end 14 inchei.
4 Jibboons, length 5G feet, diameter at centre 18 inches,
dianie'e at each end II inches,
G swinging booms, ler.gtk 54fect, diameter atcentreli I
Inches. diameter at each end 10 Inches.
4 spanker booms,length55 feet, diameter at centre 13 :
inches. diameter at eachendll inrhes.
4 bowsprit pieces, length 69 feet, diameter at butt 21
incurs, aiameter in centre xxi incnes, uiameier at up
per end 18 inches.
4 bowtpr.t pieces, length G9 feet, diameter at butt 22
inches, diameter it centre2l, diameter at upper end
lOinchcs say about3,3T2cubicle. tpercublcfoot.
"Noti ''As a bowsprit has all tbe swe. p on the lower
side, the four last viz: the largest pieces m'ght with ad
vantage have a regular hollow sweep one way of three luches
from bull to top of tree.
Yellow Pint Spars fir " Stoops."
4 mizzen mast, length fit feet, diouieter at butt 20
inches, diameteral centre 19 inches, diameler at up
perend 17 Inches.
6 whole main topsail yards, length 61 faet. diameter at
centre 17 inches, diameter at esch eed 9 inches.
G whole fore-topsail yards, length 57 feet, diameter at
centre 11 Inahes, diameteral each end Pinches.
6 jlbbooms, length 44feet,d;ameler at centre 151nches,
diameter atearneudl21ncbes say about 148 cubic
feet rer cubic foot.
All the forenamed yellow pine spar timber must be lined,
regularly curved from a straight centre line, with tho ex
ception of the four largest pieces lor frigates' bon sprits.
Class No. 4.
2,000 feet, 13 to 38 feet long, 7 lo 10 inches wide, limh
4,000 feet, 18 to 2G feet long, 7 to 10 Inches wide, ,'lnch
2,000 feet, 14 to 21 feet long, 8 inches wide, S Inch
thick say 8,000 feet, board measure.
Cypress Plank and Boards.
1,000 feet, 2G feet long, 8 to 10 Inches wide, IX inch thick.
3.UI0 feet,18to24 feel long, 7 lo 10 Inches wide, I Inch thick.
3,000 feet, 13 to 24 leet long, 7 to 10 inches wide, J, inch
5,000 feet, 18 to 24 feet lDg,7 to 10 Inches wide, inch
2.C0O feet, IG to 24 foal long, e inches wide, ;lnch thick.
I 000 feet, 15 to IG feet long, 10 lo 14 inches wide, 1 inch
10,000 feet, on inch, usual breadths.
All under the 12 Inches to be quartered plank say 25,C00
feet, by M feet, board measure.
Class No. 5.
Ifhite Ash Plank Boards.
10,fKV) feet2-inch, usual breadths.
10,rofl do lj;-indi, 18, 18, and 20 inches wide.
I, IKO do 1-inch, usual breadths.
5IHI do 18 feet long, 9 inches wide, 2 inches thick.
500 do 18 do 8 do 1; do
l,oru do 18 do 8 do VA do
500 do 16 do 18 do IM do
5(1) do 02 to 10 feet long, 18 Inches wide, 1 luch thick.
Tobe Susquehanna No. 1.
All under 12 inches to be quartered plank say 21,0(0 feet,
by M feci, board measure.
Cn. No. 6.
1,500 feet 4-inrh, bay, usual breadths.
I,(K) do 3 do do do
1, (M) do 2 do do do
2, (K0 do 1 do do do
Kay 5,500 feet, by Jl feet, board moasure.
1,500 feet; 4-inch.
4.500 do I do IG, IB, and 20 belies wide.
1,000 do Jl do usual breadths.
To be Susquehanna No. 1 say 7,C00 fed, by M feet, board
2X10 fectl-lhch, IG, la, and 2(llnches wido
2000 do 3 do 1i, 15, 16 and 17 inrhes wide
To bo Susquehanna No. 1 say 4.CC0 fe.t, by M feet, board
Cls No. 7.
While rine Plank and Boards.
6,500 feet 4-Inch, usual breadths.
10 50U do 3 do do
50,000 dn 2 do dn
GO.tOO do 1 i do do
C5,0ft) do 1 do do
4,11 do do do
GOO do is feel locg, 22 inchos wide, Vi Inch thick
600 do 20 do 18 do 1 do
1.000 do 20 do IG do 1 do
To be Susqurhanno, No. l--say 193,200 feet, by M Teet,
10,(Klfoet 2-inch.UMial breadths
10.000 do 1 do do
ToboSusqiiehaunaNo.2 says 20.0C0 rest, by Jt feet, board
NAVY. YARD PENSACOLA.
CL'j No. 1.
!Fit Oak Plank.
20 000 sup. fnet,6 inches thick.
13,1-00 do 5 do do
K).(XKI do 4 do do
G.IHII do 3 ! do
5,000 do 2J do do
Tobe from 35 to 50 feet long, and lo average 45 feet.
56 000 sup. leet, per .tf feet, board measure.
Class No. 2.
Clear White Pine
10,000 feet,3inchcs thick, 12 to lSinches wido and 16 feet
10,000 feet. 3 inches thick 12 to 13 inches wide, and IGfeet
8,000 feet,"2; Inches thick, 12 to 18 inches wide, sad IGfeet
28,000 feet per M fset.board measure.
Class No. 3.
Black Sprvce Spars.
10 foet 12 Inch spars, 54 feet long, per spar
10 do 11 do do 49 do do
10 do 10 do do 45 do do
10 do 9 do do 41 do do
may 24 ddrwlaw4w.
NEW IMPOETATION OF LINENS.
BY A. J. DUNCAN. 31 cases of Irish Linens, of direct
importion, landed to-day, and in store.
New Style Painted Linens, for dresses.
Sup'rllM Liseu Sheeting;
' 1 do do
H'-t do do
" 9-3 Pillow Cdfe Linen;
" 4-1 White Dimity do;
" 4-1 Pink, Yellow aud lilay Linen;
" 3-4 do do do;
! Bleached Drilling;
" Fancy Linen do;
These goods ai'e of llir best importation, and warranted
all pure linens; oiTcicd very low by trie package or piece.
GKOOCltlES.-Just received by sundry boats, and
for sale che ip fur Cash
20 hhds Prime Sugar;
80 bbls old Bourbon Whisky,
30 bbls Keboiled Molasses.
Jfay 21 SAM SKAY.
To Ciibiiiet HJsiker.
AND purchasers of the follotvingarticles, the subscriber
4375 FEKVSlf. I OK JIAJIOGAXY VEXKERS, ass'd;
So0 do fine Crotch do do do;
2520 FKKT FINE OAK VENEERS, assorteJ;
40 Gross Bureau Knobs, assoiied;
20 Beams Superior Saixl Paper, all sizes;
8 1 Gallons Fuk.viti-be Yauximi;
140 do best Flowing do;
OS do do J'olifhinn ittrniah;
For sale at the lowest prices by
At the Mas A Mont in. Market street, Nashville.
IlfEIA' NKOliOHS FOR SAI.i:. A No. 1
C(fc Washer and Ironer, about C3 years old;
ANol" " " " " 25J" " .
S " " Girl, from 13 to 18 years old;
S " " liovs. " 11 lo
GLOVER A BOYD.
allAIIAJI BIIKAD. Graham Bread Tor dispep
tics.can be had every other day at
inyi ' B. A J. NIXON'S.
OpMiiteL'ie PiunUrs' Jiaiti, Collt'ji street, XislmSle, Tenn.
"TOlILD respectfully inform tho citizens of sJi
V Nashviilethat ho is prepared to execute all fiA
kiuds of gentleman's clothirg in the latest and most 7,T
fosliionablc style, and at the shortest notice.- Ho uk-s u
share of thepiibl'C patronage. mat 9 tf
2(io feet Gum Elastic V"ntcr Hose,
250 ftet Guru LTastlc.Gaa Pir
20 doz Ely's I'atcut Gun "W ads; '
40 " Baldwin's .-"
73 " Jtason's Blue and Black InV;
KM " Jlasou's Blacking;
150 gross Bound AVooil Box Hatches;
4(MX fee! Patent" Safety- Etrj;
i' packs Solid heaifPinsj ".' .
500,000 bores (J. 1). Gun Otps
"Willi maur other articles in store, and tor sale very loir,
for Cash. A. S10KKIS0N & CO..
may IS Corner Square ami Deaderick Sis. .'
ANS! FANS ! !
15 dm Fine Feather Fimsf
0 " Fine and Common Snanlslt Fans:
100 " Papers Fans;
f For sale very lotv-by -UM0RBIS0N A- CO.
may 13 g n
GOODS FOR TKAVi;iLlG llKKSSIlS.
A complete a-ssottmen! oftbo above Goods in store.
J.acc Goods, Ac. Fine Vnleitcienes Lares audio-,
sertings. Lace Curtains. large lot ot Fans, Application and
Black Lace Mantles, Collars, Hibbon, &c. Ac.
nuvlU W. Ai J. G. 3lcCl.ELIi.VNI.
AV A. At J. (!. -McCLKIjI.ANI) hat e in" store a
l' large lot of Embroidered Strips Muslins, HairConl
Nainsok, Jtull Muslin.-, terrcheap.
Rich Organdy Muslins, Borages aud Lincu Cambric, very
cheap. " niayiy. "
IWlLLSIXIiforJUyW.Ol, acres of Kind, about 1).' 1
mile from Naslivil!e. on the It est Side of the Franklin
AtirnpiKc; or, l would exchange it lran improvea iarro,
i vt itliui an hour's ride of the ci It".
mavis C. D.JXMUTT.
i). . ci.aikoum:,
ATTORNEY AT LA It',
WILL practice in all the Courts of I,aw and Equity of
Davidsou County. l"rompt atteutiun given to the
collection of claims.
Refer to Ileiuni J. Meigs, Esq, Francis B. Fogg, Esq.,
Johu Trimble, Esq., Russell Hpusto-i, Esq., And. Etving.
Esij., AY. F. Cooper, Esq., Edwin 11. Etving, Esq, Dyer
Pearl A Co, .las. B. Cmigiiccd, Esq, Jas Walker, Esq, Gue.
S. R. Anderson. lb mar !
17011 IlViVT,TIiat very de-irable residence on Spring
. stieet, in Edgliield, adjoining the residence of Gen. S.
B. Anderson. '1 he lionse contains 6 rooms in tine order, to
gether with Stable.-, Carriage-house, Smoke-house, Cisieni,
elc. Also ix large Golden, ready planted and in tine order.
Po-session git ea iiuincduilclv. Apply to
mayir U LO VEH AJ!0YD.
L. H. SI1IPS0N" & S0KS,
AViucs, IJramlips, Cigurs, Clianipnigncs, Sec,
SO. IS), MllWER STREET, NEW rOREl
And Rue la Bastidz, BonDnrx. niaylG ly.
VA1UALS CITY PSOEEBTY JOS SALE.
ON SATURDAY, the 13th day of Juue next, will be of
fered at Public Sale, ntthe Market House, in Nashville,
unless previously sold ut private sale, the valuable block of
bouses 011 the corner of Cedar and Cherry Stteels. known
as the UNION BUILDINGS; including the Dwelling House I
uceujueu oy r. iiyroiieiiius. aius properly is opiosue llie
I'ost-Ollice, and in a rapidly improving rui t of the city. It
cotv rents for over J1C00 a year, and by a little expenditure
might bo made to rent for much more Such an opportuni
ty of investment in real estate near the centre of business
does r.ot often occur. The Union Buildings and Dwelling
House may be sold separately if desired.
Terms tt sale, -$30v0 iu cash, and the residue in equal in
stalments, at one, ttt o aud three years to be secured by notes
with good security, and a lein on the land. Apply lo
vr. r. cooper,
may 19 td. No. 40, Chci ry st
LAND FOE SALE.
iY virtue of a decree of the County Court of Davidson
county, rendered at the Mav Term, Ioo8, 1 will, offer
r., --I.. 1 lr,,... ; v..i, ,-,n iti'imi t A-
the 2nd day of July next, about 40 acres of Land, situated
011 the North side of Cumberland river, about 12 miles from
Nashville, and on the head waters of White's Creek. Said
Land belongs to the Estate of John Netvlaud deceased, aud
is sold to jay the ilelts tbe of Estate.
Teems of Sale. A credit of six months will be given,
and no'es with good security required, and a lieu jetoiucd
upon the land until the muncv is paid.
mayl'J 1 tr td P. It. C1IEATIIA.M, Clerk.
IiIKIILV Negro Woman for sale, !io years old.
First Rale Cook, Washer aud Imner.
may4 DABRS A PORTER.
A. I'm HAVlIi,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices In Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
give prompt attention to collcctli." and any other business
in hlsprofesslou. feb H.
New York Life Iusunince Company,
iVo. 10G Broadicay, Iev York.
O ST TUB JIlU'aVUAIi PhAX,
Accumulated Capital $5OO510.OO
r: rariXAM, actcart k. sraxklik, rars'T.
JTy Total number of Policies issued by this
Company up to July 1st, ISA.' eight thousand
six hundred and eishtjoue.
TTpUividends made annually on all Life Po
licies in shape ofstocK, bearing interest at the
IlJ" The dividends heretofore have always averaged from i
40 to 30 per cent. 1
Uj" Persons taking ont Policies for the whole term of
life can give their noie at 12 months for 40per cent of the (
premium, and iavG0percentincah,
Appllcications for risks, prospectus ofthe company, or in
formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may be
made at tho ofiiee ofthe undersigned General Agent for the
State of Tennessee. JOSEPH NASH.
Office X. W.cornerll'ublic Square.
opposite Planters' Bank. Na hvllle, Ang. 10, IKK.
'. U. l'EKKIXS. W. B. CAMPBELL. S. l WALK EC
l'UKitixs, ca.hiii:m, a- co.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NEW ORLE.INS.
CtlPAItTiVKIlSIIll' XOTICi:.-W. B. CAMP
BRLIi. of Tcnnes.-ee, having pnrcliased the entire in
terest otW. S. Pickett ot the house of Pickett, Perkins A
Co, the busiiic-s will lie continued by Win. il. Perkins,
Samuel P. Walker and Win. B. Campbell, under the stile
of Perkins, Campbell A Co, who will use the name of
Picket!, Pei kins A Co. in liquidation only.
W. S. PICKETT,
WM. M. PERKINS.
SAMUEL P. WALKER,
WM. B. CAMPBELL
Ntw Orleans, April 11, IWi Referring to tho above
announcement from which it will be seen tliat the only
change is the substitution of W. B. Campbell for Mr.
Pickett, we respectfully tender to you our services as General
Commission Merchants, of this city.
april SO PERKINS, CAMPBELL, A CO.
,1 JUST RECEIVED.
Wr.Esrisrm.Y0i- HANDSOME SUMMER CLOTH
ING; Fine Diap de ete Frocks; Business Coats; nux'd
Tweed Coats; Fine l!uincss Conts; Fine Business Pan
taloons; Marseilles Vests. All very Jiondoine. Call aud
examine. T. J. HOUGH,
april 14. Agent.
UACKXCI. IIISCL'IT. 100 boxes Cracknel Bis-
cuit, just received by up21 R. A J. NIXON.
OY'S CLOTIIIXO OKPOT! The subscribers
J.J have the most extensive and varied a- ortment of
Clothing for Boys from 4 to li5 ever offered for sale in the
Union. Orders for Gentlemen's Clothing tilled at the short
Persons purchasing Clothing at this establishment, have
the privilege of changing them if they do nut suit.
P. A. HOYT A BRO.
?. W. corner of Chestnut aud 10 St., Philadelphia.
K IU, SILK and LLSI.K TIIUKAl) CI.OVIN.
Every variety of colors, just received and for sale by
rnayU MYERS A McClLL.
Ladies and Gentlemsn's Furnishing Store, X'o. .v., College
r o r s a l i:
Hope Cottoi-i Factory,
PITTSE CRGlf, PENNSi'L X'JXIA.
rI',HE subscriber being desirous of giving his nholeattcu
X tion to his Iron Works at Xew Castle, Fa., wishes to
dispose ofthe Hope Cotton FacToitr.
This establishment enjoys an unrivaled reputation, and
the Hope Yarns idnays tiud a maiket, in preierence to any
others not manufactured at Pittsburgh. The Mill contains
a little over bOOOspindles. The machinery is all in perfect
order, and now in active operation, having all the latest im
provements for making Yams ofthe best quality at the
The property is bounded by the Allegheny River and
Pennsylvania Canal, and consists of about hve acres of I
ground, with the Cotton Factory buildings, machinery aud j
ttr..np-.tlvo ilnTd!In(r hnn-ws. I will di-rsi-o of it entire, or I
1 will oil (I,., mfirldnprr and Ihn found and buildimrs
rale or C per
I amprciared to sell on the mot faborablc terms, rerjnir- I superhne flour, cho ice brand
ing but little cash, and giving very long time, and easy ! rp?pla2
aionce.tviiiia repa. oua.m i ,. tin "
lislied, nonn lllllUsailUS U) a vouou Jim, uuu nmu unn
vpars to acouire.
I would sabscibc a large amount of the purchase money
ns stock, in a Company that would conduct the business
here without reipunngmy personal aiieiiuou.
purpose, I would give the most liberal terms, and if desired,
would rL-o sub-enbe a large amounts stock.
For further particulanyinpaire of myself, or Mr. MourtisOX
Fostlb, at my office in Pittsburgh.
mayl d w lm n Pittsburgli, Penn.
Florence Gazette, Huntsville Democrat, Columbus,
Ga, Sentinel andSmth Carolinian, Columbia S, C. will co
py the above to the amount of $.", and send bill to this olliee
for payment. Send paper marled.
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
cnt and made up in the latest and most approved style, anion;
which can be found, Coals, Pants and rests, ot every des
cription. All of which we can sell at satisfactory prices.
Jjjp CoantryMerchants will find ltto their lnteret to call
onus, as we are determined to sell at small proBU.
' LANDE, ELS BACH it CO,
apS. 43 Market jtreel,'tiTllIe,Tenn,
THE LIFE AND . ADVENTURES OF ARTlirn
SrRINGj.Thc Murder of Mrs. Ellex. Lrjcxt asd intc jis
tbb, Mrs-Sniw. With the complete Trials, Speechesaud
conviction of the Murderer. " f '
Tuis is a correct history or the Life and Adventures of
Arthur Spring, tho murderer of Mrs Shaw; and. Jlrsiynch' '
in F'ederal ttiect, Philadelphia, cn March 10, 1R55. It corn
fiLHl r. Til!! IntiiTV nf IiTj i:r.. nn,l . : . . , t !
him from the time of his birUitmta his conviction, togcth -
cr with a verbatim report of the turo trials and convictions on
both munlers, with tho complete speeches of the District
AtforneiVj'r. Rcet". Jir.'ilarrr, tad of Lis counsel. Jude
rOft.n-ITuitmd 1 1.- T..m IT 1 . r
... ...b..v..-.e Jw sum .irgiiineni ior
a netvtrial; Biography o,' Mrs. Slutr, Mrs. Lynch, young
Arthur Spring. Bartholomew Lynch, etc.: iopelher wilh (In.
"only correct and true Portraits of Arthur Spring and Bar-
iholomaw Lynch ever publi-ho I; ami correct riewrf ofthe
f house and room where the murder was committed, and the
, , , v' J:: :r i""",e
wuoieurawn anu engravcti irom daguerreotypes taken cs
press for this work. The prisoner's siieech and confession
to the Judges and Jury, after being found gnilty the Acooml
time; JuJge Keller's reply; Sentence of Death, etc Every
body should read it Price 25 cents.
ESSAYS AND MISCELIAN'IE'cbofce railing?, from
the Manuscript of Grace Aguilar; selected by her mother,
Sarah Aguilar one vol, paper 50c.
LORD SAXONDAI.E: Or, Life among the London Aris
tocracysecond volume. Paper ,i0a '
RED WING: Or, "The Weird Cruiser ef Van Dieown's
Land." By Geo Raymon. Paper 23c
PLIGHT OF FANCY. By ITda Uodrnanj l yL Clotl. $1.
THE BEHAVIOUR JtOOKiAManiui for Wws. By
Miss Islie. Cloth; price iac ' ' 1
FAXCUS OF A WHIMSICAL MAX. By antW or
"Musing of an Invalid ;" fourth edition. Cloth; price $ 1 00.
For Side by ' P.HAGAX,
may IT No. CI, Market street.
-.-.-r-r-i i . 7 ,. ,
. l- and patnuis. that we arcnow lemiv'toncomumslale
alt who may wish lo avail themselves of tlie beneliU of our
place. Extensivepretiarations have been madefiir tlie com-
tort both ofthe invalid and the man of pleasure. It were'
needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of our place,
in a medicinal point of t ietv. Many. aflUctcd with virioui
, dL-cases, have visited us, and afler a fety weeks sojourn,
iiatcvuminay eiuier eiiureiy cutxu or greauy reuvTCtl-
particularlir such as have been atllicf cd- with Scrofula, di-
scasesof the Skint Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di-
geslive Sy-tem in genersJ. Of these faet", there is an abun
dance ofproofj and many who have certified to them, ami the
samejiave gone forth to the afflicted people. And v.c lave
at this time two liviug siicciuieiis of Sciofula cases, cured
sound and well, with us, to Le seen as testimony to our dec
laration; oue of which was almost a hopeless case.
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 1 1 miles east
of Ijifayctte, ourcouutv lint, 63 or 70 miles from Nashville,
43 miles turnpike, auj the balance high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point - from
Lcliar-on, WB.-smi county. Harlst ille, Cartlugi', GainslKro',
Tomkinville. Glasgoty.'Gallalui, Ac
SAM. K. HARK,
JAM. K. HARK, )
I. A. TAYLOR, J
S.B. PEYTON, j
J. A. TAYLOR, V PrH-rietors.
mavi'j tr trm &.
T o w ji JL t s
FOE SALE OX THE FIRST DAY OF JUKE, 1S53,
A T 1) F. C II K H 1 ,
ON THE NA.SIIVILLBAND CHATTANOOGA RAIL
ROAD, hi Franklin county. Tennessee, at Wacaeks
Cueek, the junction of the Winchester and Alabama Rail
See full Adveiotsejiext and Plot at any of the Hotel-,
or apply at Decherd, by mail or otherwi-Je, to thel'ropiit
tors for iufonnalion or a plot An agent on the ground h.
omduct visitors. DECHERD A SANFOHu.
Declienl. May 7th, 1 W3 td.
"Yl 7"ANT for nuniir.iciuring, 100.000 pounds of wool. Sir
which the highest price ill be aid in ca-li. del. ver
cdat theirMill at Lebanon, or to MORGAN A CO,
No tT, Public Square, Nashville.
aprillO lmo.d A w.
I7.TIHnOII)i:itED HOSO.lI SIIIinNY Wehave
1 just received a supply of rihirts plain and embroider
ed boioms. All warranted lo be made of the best mate
rial, and to tit well in every respect. For sale b v
may7 31YERS A itcG I LL
MKDICAt 'OTICK The Twenty-fourth Annual
Session ofthe .Medical Society of Tennessee, will be
held in the Medical College in Naiht ille on the tirst Wed
nesday, being thc4th day of Jlay next, at 10 o'clock A. M.
IUS. WENDFXU M.D,
nprillS lm Ruti.TrL Recording See'y.
NEW ST0CZ OF
ruKNiTuiti:, CAKi'irrixo ami ciiaihs.
A. rATTURSOX", I
GMeije street, Nashrille, Tennessee,
HAS just received a large and splendid assortment of
CA11INET FURNITURE, CARPETING, CHAHtS,
Ac, which with his former stock, mokes one of the largest
and best assortments ever otTered in Xa-hville. Tbiwe
wanting good and substantial articles, would do itell to calL
All woik sow oy me will oe warranted.
Nearly eighteen years experience in this city, together
with a practical knowledge ofthe bitsiness. give him acvan.
tages in selecting such articles as ate unexceptionable in
style and woikmanship and tini.-Ii.
"37"Also. on hand, a lanrc stock of Vor Oil Clttb,
Solar Lamps, Giraixlole, Lmkiivj Glaet, MalrmjanJ
duels, iu gieat variety
row. Call and examine.
All of which will be sold verv
apriliS A. I'.
EXPBESS GOODS ARRIVAL, No. 5.
AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORK,
No. If, PVBIJC SQTARE.
-vi rpics cL-mK i.,...tis lt, ....i r vt-:
"""i -.Y"-"-""'"-Y 1
O dow Curtains, Jaconet Edgtrgs and In-erting, Artih- .
ciil Flowers, Dam'askTable 011,", Marseilles Skirls. Mar- '
seilles Counterpanes. Iottvn-s at 8 cents per yard. Fine Morn
ing Bcrages, Fiue MonuugTLSSues,RichFiguied Albevines,
SCHN. HILLMAN A CO.
"I ADIES' TltAVEI.IXfi CASUS AXD AVOUK
Xj BOXES per steamer Statesnun. Just rtx-eived anoth
er supply of liadics Traveling Cases and Work Boves, plain
ami fancy ones. MYERS A MctilLL.
PRINTED MUSLIIJS, LAWNS, Ac.
ATXb..'l7, COLLEGK STKKET.
"TOHX" K. HUME has jn-t received a splendid assortment
fj ot iliishnsand laitvns, in great variety, to w inch jtrti- I
cular attention is solicited. Tne most of ifieso Muslins lave j
been purchasod at exiremely low figures, therefore great i
baigaius nuiy be expected by 'purchasers. Painteit Muslins, ,
all colors, at"3 to 10 and 12, ceuts per yard. .
BEAUTIFUL BERAGtS. SILKS. Ac. .
Rich Cgd Paris Berages;
India Twills, (hair cord;)
" Ulially do;
" " Berage Robes;
" Twi-teil Silks;
Cliamelcou Silks :
Dolled Svt iss;
Swiss do i double width,)
Checked and Striixl Silks, Foni tig. Linen Cambrics,
GLOVES, HOSIERY, Ac.
A complete as-ortuient of
White and Colored Cotton Hose;
do and Black Silk do;
Lisle Thread Hose, Embroideied;
Children's Hose iu great variety;
Alexander's Kid Glut cs; :
B.aud M. Kid Gloves;
Beautiful Block Lace Gloves;
Lisle and Silk Glotps;
Ladies' Riding Gloves;
april"', JOIIX K. HUME.
"O If! A LETS, TOR CONCERTS, Ac-,Iu-t received, a
1 V new sjpply, mostly pure tt hite. Aha, Sash, Neck'and
JOHN K. HUME.
"YTALLENCIENNES, Laces, Edgings and Inserting;
VaL Trimmed Poiutetl Collars;
loiulon do do;
IVautil'iil Painted Utidcrslceve;
do do Flisinciiigs;
Dimity and Muslin Bands ju-t received br
JOHN K. HUME,
april 23 No. 57 College street.
ANT1LLAS. New Style Silk Mantilla-;
do do Ijce do:
do Co Saw Points and scarfs; all
newest sty Ies out just opened by
, ,.,.- .- .it. hi-
JOHN K. HUM 11
No. 37 College street.
?OIl SALE. A verv desirable houseand tot
JL on Vine street, and rext door to .Mrs. .las. K
Polk. The lot fronts SI feet on Vine street run
mug bacc lw leet. llie House couiains I- or ii
rooms, with necessary out houses.
GLOVER A BOYD,
march's No. 5o, Cherry street.
. . .
I NE HUNDIIEO BAItltELS ST. I.OI.'IS
' J l'LOUH. I have just received a hundred barrets
andcorrecL lnayS. E. A. RAtVOllTll
and correct. inayo.
l' CHEAI I'OIt CASH. Wall Papers from t
10 to 25 cents per bolt. Fiue Glazed Paper, 3) to 00
EverTyarietyC)rParlor?,Chamber,IIalls, Dining Rooms,
AckeptconsUntlyonhand and Tor sale ctchtsijy or
avli 41, Market St., between Union and theSrpKire.
' JTJST F.ECEIVED
' FROM OUR MANUFACTORY IX PHILADELPHIA;
t BE.VUTIFOL LOT of Block and Fancy C.VSSIJIERE
P.VXTALOOXS of new styles, and made in the best
i manner expressly for our retail sales In Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancy
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
slock of Gentlemen's Famishing Goods ofthe finest and most
costly articles : such as GLOVES. SUSPEN DERS, CRA-
VATS, STOCKS, WIIITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
I Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
I different qualities; UXDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS of
various qualitiesaml materials, ueniiemen can tiepenu up
on being supplied at any time with good Goods anil at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the 1'ostoaice.
jon20 CLIFTON & ABBOTT.
A Perfect Gem oflhc
; HA I - I S-T O A R. T
sh,e l,rc, HalatWATERviprn waik ttX-
I , rw orcssIIalatWATERprpr n x.
1 d .Va'rrom'ih
'iArt'l?:"r ?.uw spring.MjlHaU tTZ.
VTERVLELD & WALK EK"F
are of liner tex-
2""' '!? ' pStatior,sTn,,!r.r'?l?;"
cr,. To me-Lth lnm.rV. '5 on,rra In lupro-
1 ed thel,iIan"fc,ori"r& br'Ll 41
I . . C"AI3IKTEIt ao uli
thelr te suppTma d"j frS-oS WAralEto & sLkI'
TrT n.. iT- i , ljxisk.
i Iti,.Wwi.. , BdU bOOlt
if' -. , nii uiurnaia & Walker's Wails nii
Bt!r iL!W"a,,d ventilated Frenei "olV-
I inrs ttwvarelae niMtromfnrt.hi- u.
the otty. iruuucec la
I For Summer lints,
f Cat WATBKFin.n&WALKEKn?.tterhaTMlarMu.
lnVn3' '"Suorn.Ca.iton. CampeschVy,."!
' lS, l vI."J??Kne.e' J''ridlnssIUuin Straw
"vr iin.1 elver, of the finest malerials.Uie fatest deslrns
; &Ldtlo-lovetpasi:lo prices. ..uciism
..ojj est sioe tho fquare,net to Gowdy's. TMt 11.1
xidmiraiion E.vcitcd and Popnlarity
TUB elRancc andbeanty of the Spring Fashion of HATS
nf m irru-i'n . .-HIT,, . ........
, .... ..i....-i-i.nss excited tno UvUest evl-
f ,1 ZT.?vlT'n.!: from Umv wh0! taste.efperieaee and
UudStanreiial.loslhemtoaipi.recUle lis merits?
U yiniaroau mlmirerof a
, ISIIAUTIl'tJI., HAT,
cal!an.l , xamlueU.
f ' Pl.'.VtUsCO.t WHIT.MAS'arostniatXo.ea.HnMleSqaare
t ,,e'tdoor totbaold sUnd of .M'.talry Si Hamilton. wher
tlieyarealwajsresi.lt- lr serve all, biE and little, old and
Iunir,t.hoanr qtfaiyto ojMnwatu.he,a.
I m. 7. ' 'jr.,. S3, iMio Sqiire.
4,Ut VKSTIIaATKM V.'IIITi:itOCKY3IOi;M
! T.US IlKAVEtlHATS.
AVE are now maklnff aminertnr r.
llcle of the Rocky .Mountain Mhrar
Beaver. We ventilate tlnjji to keep
the IK ad cool and pretent the Hair
from faJlin; off In hot weather. To
tftise who wish an elegant Beaver,
p'.ea.e call aud leave voor orders at
... V. .it, liiuivillllli Ul
!S7.Tl rs. vrf.pii . .mm. . v
y . i..tv.-iwut ..uiijia.i.
rnajy a.t. S3, rublle aqnare.
V: Imve uoty Keaily- for Kxhlbltloa.
A t'OMl'LETK assortcent of-Chil-fn'i,
Infant's, and LittlaMlsses Straw,
Ifa r.and llraid Hals; Chlldrens' Spor
ting and China Pearl do; itiuet Zerll-ni--,
lrieadillees and Blond Flatsllt
lurhans, IVijsSummer Caps.indevs
rvthing fanev for the Javealles.at Iho
Fncv Hat More of
FKAM 1SCO & WfiroiAX,
mat 5o. 23, Publle Square.
ft PASA"! V. I.eehorn. Black Leghorn. Cantpea-
La hy. I ant n, ' nion. Flori la. Ntraw, lioj's Pedal
o1' Braid. nnd everv virlctv of Straw Hats- for the i
SuniBierviear.at FKAXCIM Ode WHrrJIAX"S,
nia)T No. 23 Public Square.
Sat and Cap Store.
TIlANKFt'Lto our friends and ids public tn general
i?? for UW patronage tkus far extended u s.tre respectfully
swltrit a contioascce of the same, and invite thelrat
teutuKi lo the elegant Spring stv.eof onr line SILK
HATs,.f our own manuni.-turo, which In quality and beauty
cannot be surpas-rtl byanvia this city. Purchasers will do
well to ejamlne IbelrliaU before butlngeliewhere.
L-X1IE, K US BACK. & CO.
lint and Cap Manufacturers, MarketslreeL,Nashville,Tenn.
Jl'ST received a Isrtc supply of high and low crown Men's
a ad lioj'i Far rials, Casuere, do; Peafldo.MetroDolltas.
do., whli-h we are eiiiMea lose'! either wholesale or retail
on most faTufabletorm. MNOE.ELSHACK. tc CO.
I US rrece.ved T well arti d" ?Wct r STKAVCOOIIS,
) compriinea lar?e variety of Psrrarna, Leghorn. Pedale
and Palm Leaf.&c- for.Meaand Itovs. which will be disposed
of at exueiue'y lowrates, L.1XUE, ELSBECK; di CO.
KOr:!SO Is a new and infailiable remeVIy for Tape
WtF-ni : we are in receipt of a supply of the genuine
article um) -si CHRREY .V3IAItTIN.
ALWAYS OVIIAXD-FrteU snnplien of all THU
CBUWKAXD FLTBE CIIEMICALS-such iw
Jiie; ihnyli.i,. , Salitint,
Itfboeriin, Ltvattrtttm, Oilef Er3t,
IVttlVtw, CUur-t'.rm, (UioJion,
Oil Cuberbs. Oil Tobacco, Ci'brate Potassa, Sub. Xit. BLs
oniUli, Cyanst Ptihtssu, led. Po(asa, Wine cf Colchicum
Secit.Srnip Btscktrssm, ynip of ipecac. Ac., Ac all war
rarded -.Aand n.i-diu. CURRfeV A'MARTIX.
PHYSICIANS IMiESCKIPTIONS. Thankful
X fortlie i.rjf (rnmr tronage which has bce.i ex
tended to our Pre-eriptin Deiwrfmcnt by the Medical
Faculty of the city, we wish to assure them taat none but
tlie purest and fte-hest Chemkmls and Ekirmaytittml . Vc
niratioiji nrt mal for conipounded prescriptions in wir
lifHise. This deturtoHsnt being under the especial charge of
Dr. Currey, tlie utmost care ami vigilance will be used to
avoid any errors either in the compounding or in the dis
pensin" of ProMxiiitioos. AVith n'vi. readiness, and -
. curoty in oMiipisinding, and genmtene and frcAuimm
oir meliernes, we hope to eontinne to merit tbe patrenageof
tlie Medical Faculty and of tbe eommnnitv.
msrtl " CURRKY A MARTIN.
' " "
: OtJLE'S IIYI'I'IEOX" I'l.VIO FOR restoring.
JT) pnerviutr, ami askauimr the hair. The virtues of Hits
I article require no Panegyric Therefore,
Alii, who softer nwii ikininess,
A LL who are troubled with DaBdmiT,
ALL who bv.e hmnors mi the Scalp.
ALL who are Inmblesl with l(vtaeiies.
I I .... .L I - :A.I I .lu t.M.1 r.9
I .ti.i.wm wish hi moe u uniiiii ouu xuwi .
lwir. in hnri.HM mIuUnev to the end of lie.tM 7iw
! ' '. I, , iTi iMipi.trv- t,srTiv'
bnL tU BLJ . iTsL
JI!ST niiCI'AVEO r-Higalltms Spirits Tttrpentine;
Us super Carbonic ISida;
4s0 lbs ITsst-.T Paris;
4oH lbr,ypWi Whiting;
To)(et)ir with a htrse sutiply of Rnint and Pye ,Sfw
of alt sorts and colors.
may21 CURREY & MARTIN.
OTAKCII I'OI.ISH One groM just received. Thw
Ft isprepiueil by I'restisi A Merrill, Boston, from
tlie ortptwil (iWrsViH Reeijw. Il saves one-half the labor
uSHsdty retftrirtsd sh the Irosiing any be done immediately
afler ssiplnng the Slareti.
For .4lo by CURREY A MARTIN,
ncjl No. 35, Union street,
O IIXDKI VS. Wkeg Xails. as-sirteJ sizes;
O hoses Istoglwrn i AnnsteRd s Tebacco, very su
iwrior; 3il bctrrels Tan
l." ttui boxes Ixingteo 3 rusts rd;
SiWO lbs Beoa, snitulde for fuilyuse;
35 gros of box Matches;
A ftw barrels of Ibst samechl WhLskr. Also, a few hhtti
of tine csuriied Swr.tjfeliier vith n general a-ssortnieol of
Giocerie. at wfcotesale or retail, al No. 33, College street,
i..i.ileSenani-e ) louse. may 11 R. F. BELL.
1-)OYs i.astlv:aiti:us ;
y Gents extra large dc;
" Goat NulKtlers;
" Best FreueU Cttlf rrrmp Boots;
" " " " Stilch'd d
ladies Super. Light Cloth (plain) Goiters;
" " $cwA lacoi dir.
AU(. A large lot of Sole-Leather and othtrtinc and
cheun Trunks. Just receited by
may ie RAMAOE A CHL'RCIL
LE t.MiKU II. Srrt.VE.NSOX. JtOBEKI L. WUlTit
STEVENSOX it WHITE,
Dcalen in Staple aal Fancy Dry Goods,
Aw. t:, OdUe St. Xuhetlle, Term.
XTV Ixtvenovrin Store, ami wilt continue to receive tm
V V trt enr assortment is complete, the largest and best
assorted: retail stock of good in the city; consisting of ere
rr artirte iHOallv fonml in a dry-goods store. .Our hsryir
rema?H4 m New ork until the Ust or March, which k't8
us tbe sslrjliHfe i4" wht dessigits in many goods which are
rMt to l. fiuimi in any other Imuse iu the ntr. ' We resrect-
k fuv ii-piest our friends and the public generally to eiam-
Hte r jnis nelore making uietr piuciwise?,
low Sr eah or t pfHtettjal dealers on time. .,.
ap-.t)--ty b STEVEXSOX&YHITE.
Sbelbyvirte Exposslor copy.
rUHXTriTEE 1 1TJ3NITUES ! 1
TAM jit receiintr- hue assortment of ur-j
-n. . j- is-. L.i.t nnd most approved 1
.i.: i. i, mtmnlM as rccoromend-I
ed, and will be sM a cheap as i the cheapest. Hiving en
lorgnl y 'ar roo.,-, I slal keep an assortment os Gd-lit'sutH-ri.Mrl'iaBf-.
also indow Shades, Clocks Mtr
... t, (.-.irtiiinreof alt kinds nude to order. Articles
.enifrre'to tssjltoilroad or anvwhere ia the city.
bV, UWonreer, .aes,. rumi,rc "010.
l. W. BUOiVJT,
A T T (Til KE Y AT LAW
Office, Up Stairs, So. 08, Chcrrr Street,
"VTILL. in connection witlt the practice of Law, also act
V V as AsBNTfor the- purcrwo and sale of Seal Estate,
Renlinjr and Leasing Farms, Houses and Lots, Ac.
FpHK VERY LARGE AND CKI.EB5L1TED JACK
I -,.'n vi'liy.iniA. will slandat his old stand, XX
imJ(?swlst 0f Nashville,. mile south, of IheHermttage, ana
a TiHlC'jrtto S ttio season, and tio to insure.
payable as soon as tlie tact i ascereunei or , -IXl.
TTie season win end the Wfc
vvas sired by Jxie jW . . K Ml tMi!lihitl a,c
tv ft,r either. apt-wjt B. F. OLlvA tS CU.
r . r-L- il IH'ITI.'VP-
I will stand at my stable present sea.-vra, foir
-r. " -,u rvJrdU on the Wliitc a Creek
Tiiropfte. ' "'5 ttHS ason; insurance. First rato
,, -1-ifaV wiis sired br Elliott's imported
Jark Rebis,andoutf aJennetby SherrodgJack,ascnof
old Sir John, who was Rot inferior to any Jack in America.
The dam of Hawkeve waiako the dam CyrnA, Ttoxj
fmrlcett. ana ouier nneamnwa, a.iaui aww.iu.
march 31 'im,