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NASHVILLE, TENiNT,' SATUDA : JfLYJUS53.
office-no. n, DiTAijEnicn; steeet.
THE WEEKLV UXIOJfANU AitKKICA.V-UfumUhcd
ip subscribers arihc following, rztef.: Singe ccpir roe
roar in advance, mlliintbe vcar$S 00; at tl.e'cnd
Jia ft?If,ar H Cux-Of fiTe and upwards- -fci 00
iZ "ST 'ff n' Kar. Gabs of ubcnbcrs will be
n..xni:wEBia.Y upub&he WTd..r. ii,,
wrl Satnrdav, at J.jierancum ia.aawcce; if not psid in
si ifiiYifewblWieat.EieSt DolUw. ti -T "
WTjfiUiiJJOjrEY.IX ALL. CASES TO ACCOilTAXV
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uiiiwaus-tTipiion3 iraiv e zm-nt DTnmuat our
risk.. - - '
paper Kill W sent atxf tfaeSttlnlcrMhriier U
- ExErmvs On-icc, )
T Y thnirl of tht Qeneral.Ajsera-
U bly, passed .February id. lf.JS,
I am required to publish lo (be po-
i -If. tS ihc,.. tl, .i jt, . j . , , . , . i.
til!dr 'Prepord amend;nen& t'o'tbe Constitution of the
J . I CT-: ... . ! . j t . r. , .
,.iaLuuii'miL'ji'.f Hutrotru oy ttc prrwHt uccerai .ssom-
oy.anniooe ae:oa on ny inepeopi., end iKSoIotimr Jfo
- 17; Edoptador:?, 1S51, entitled "A resolution to alter
t he lentil article of the Constitution of thnHtate of Tennes
see,' and which m-o hereto appended,, neropas-ed hr a ma- J
' ioritrof the General AssembWat ih& session j iiium. I
sr.d that rt the next regular ision, said resolutioss were
Tjassed by-lnro-tlurds ol ell the membrrs elected to eaeh
, , llpaS3,-in accordance Jfith the -provifionsof 'ths- Constitu
tion, and that at the general election to be hclabnthe first
Thursday in Angut, 1F53. SAt'damrndnienta arc to be sub
raitifd to the people for their spproraL 'The attention of
tfce yotars of tup tilate is bprcfcr called Jo the proposed
eraendments to the Ccnstitution, anil tlio. Sberitlj of tho
' sercral counties are referred to the aci of tie 2d Februarr
1332, in regard to their duties. " '
, in Testimony irhereof I harp 'hereto set my
. i X, & hand and caused the Great Seal of the State to
-v-rr . be W. 11. OAMI'B IJI.L
Br the Gorenicrr
Socrelary of State.
PfSfP&l vtyrJritaliio tl Comfit utien of He Stait of Ten
' . K, adapted b.u 'Jie frrscrj Govral A'tfotlly, and U I
acted tipo t I'tt tht paple.
The third section X the Cth article of the Constitution
shall be so amended as to read as follows:
..SectiosS. ThcJudgcs of ihe Sirerrm? Coqrt sball bo
clect&4 thaqnaiilitd Voter of thnMateat large, and the
Judge of such inferior courts as the Legislature may cstib
lish,6h.llbeclcrtcdbf the qualified rotrrs residing witliin
. thp'bouad?of any district crrirci;it towiiirh suchinferior
Judge or JJudrcs, euherof Ia- or Equity may be assigned,
by ballot, m the sstnc manner that members of the General
A5Shly arc clrctcil. Courts n-ay be cstabliahed to be
'l,Qdfubjrj!v;ticcspfllif Jcapp. jRdrps cf tLs Supreme
Guurt shall or-tbirty4ivoyariiifsje, and shall tie elected
for the term of eight veal's.
The fifth section of the siith article of tho Constitution
shall be m amended as to read as follmrs:
Sec o. An Attoruer Gcnci'al fur Hie Sfcite shall be elect
cd by the qualified vofers of the State at large, and the At-
tircuit, in the Same manner that members to the General
Assembly are elected; nil said attorneys, both for the State
cad circuit or district, shall hold their offices for the term of
tis'ycars; In al! case's where 'the Attornbyfor an-dibtrict
IiljUor iifustito sttiiqd and pseq;ie acer-rditig tp law,
ljU Court sh.dl havii'pon er to appoint an Attorney pro Um
fcrr. SCHEDULE TO AJIEXD1IEXTS.
Sec 1. And that no inconvenience may arise from the j
proposed amendments, should the same be adopted bv the
people, it i, dccLired that all judges of the Courts and At
torncys contcmcutea in tne proposed amrnnmenw, siuiu ,
Citiit-uc tc held their ofCccs acq excrcUs tha duties and
? ana ,
ufaeticiy thereof, acrording tp tho trie existing Lws and '
Cpastitutbn, until the election of their successors by the 1
people, to be held and made under n law to be passed by '
tli t?c?enl Assembly, (next elected, nflrr the ratif'Pfition (
of the "imposed amcudment by the people,) which law ;
shall pre-cribe the times and place of holding; Mid elec- !
ti-.aj, and v.hicli shall be passed withour delay, and in i
stnet pursuance t
sumceol saia amendments. 1'rurtdtJ, TbeJ
!ature shall uppoiut a day for holding the election of Judges
and Attorneys General separate and apart from the days al
tftij prescribed, or bcrraftcr to be prescribed by the Leg
"ttizxt, hsjdinr the l;ptions for State and" cauntv of
CcctS. ' ' ' 1 OliPANSTOKFi?, '
Spinier of UrJfviiiet'f lltprtMRtatu.
M. B. HILL,
Spr-itrr of the Of nuts.
A jiCfAttienfcfiU'r tltfcvrti teci'n of the 'tenth article
. cf tic Cmtttiuliei cf the Mate af Tmntisc
. JicJftdty tke General if tie Stale cf Tarr.ff
e e,' That the fourth section of tin- tptitli article of the Ccn
stltctioncf the State of Tennessee, Ie so altered that's new
miitrlnisy.b& formed out ot a-portion of the territory tion
vCoi5)poin"g (lie counties rt Haywood, MadUcn, Gibson and
Dyer, theline of nhicfc sliall not run nearer tlisn ten miles
of Ijrcrsburp and Jackstn: and that a new co'intr mav be
prnv-4 qct a pcrtion cf the territory new otcporing t'ae J
cqautie; qf McXairj s.nd Urdecan, and Uiat a new conn- j
t j- may b formed out cf tl .at portion of OUon county, that I
lips whst cf Iteolfoot Uteon the Mis.-isippi river; and tint i
r& new ennnty may lie formed out cf fractionsof Vie mtnties )
of Waibington, Sulliran, Hswkuii and Greene, by the name
or tuewontyor f owell; and that a new county may be
ormed out of a portion of the territory now composing tlx
cc-nntiej ff ilanon and Bledsoe which now counties may
conist of IeiSthan throe hundred aud fifty jxiuare miles,
end the lines or raid new counties may run nearer than
twelve miles to the county seats of said" old counties; end
said old counties may be reduced below eix hundred and
t wentr-fire souare miles.
t (t jirtker rwrv ', Tliat a new county may brform- 1
ed liv.t cf tha south-west
I pcrticn or)ayce ennnty, aud the J
Bonth-eriit portion of Hardin cqqnfy, and that said new
county mar consist of le.v than three hundred and fiftv
square rai!ej, and that the county of Lewis, formed out of 1
tie tractions ol Jiaury. liwrence, ayueand nicsman, Dy
an act passed On the 21st day of December, 16-4R, chap. SS,
cntititt !anct tc establish the cciinlv'cf Lewis," shall be
declared a ojr.tit:ti(3al county, and may consist of less
thin three hundred and filly square miles. Provided, A
majority of the qualified voters of said countv shall agreo
thereto" by a populsr vote. Proeided, It shall not reduce
the counties of Maury, Lawrence, Hickman, and Wayne,
below their constitutional limits.
Spabcr nf the House cf Pcprectntntires.
d - - M. R. HILL,
Speaker cf tie Senate.
Adopted November 2 lo 1,
SSJTfhc Union and American, Nashville, and the Regis
ter andjjtatcsman, Knqxvlllc, arid the. Eagle and Enquirer,
end Appeal, Memphis, will publish until the dey of election
ai)4 send accounts to this office. TS-mc Whig. fmay27td
UNITED STATES MAIL LUTE
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York ncd Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday f?.
aftornonn aud nch altcniate Wednesday. g?fjn?f?
Un halurday, Jos. Adger, 1,500 ton?, -ErtcssZ
J. Dickinson, Commander -llarloij, tons, 1. Bpny j
The Southerner. W. Foster, Commander, will leave I
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered '
and guanls raised, is now in complete order. 1
For freight or jvassage, having elegant Slate Room Acoom- ,
modation, applv at the olliee of the Acent,
J HENRY MISSR00N,
CornerEa.it Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
Cabbin passage 423. Steerage $3.
N. B A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. felilt trw
7 MYERS & HcGILL.
PEALER5 IS EVERT DESCHlrTIO OP
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Enrnisliing and Fancy Oood9,
On Cudtpe street, one doer Suth f tie Square.
"TTTII EIIK may be found at all limcsa large asort
Vy mcnt of, Winchester's, Davis A June's, & Myers'
IfiWat Shoulder ScaraShirt', of Linen, Muslin with Lin
en Uosoms, Gingham, nnd French Chintz, Standing and
Byron' Collars, Underwear, Merino, Sliaked Silk, "Cash
mere, Yigouia Cotton and Canton Manuel, flr ladies
anil gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gattcr, Gloves, Kid nnd
Silk, Duck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash -Norma,.
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk lLindkerchiefs Stocks, Ties, Woicrfords, Alliert,
De joinvilla's, pjain, Emb'd and selftdjustin;;, Cravats
Scarfs, lllack and Wliittf Satin Tie., Shoulder traces, Sus-
f lenders, Silk, Woolen aud Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Balh
' Cat for Ladies and (Jontlcmcu. Mousy, Riding and
StTengtr.ening lVlts, Robe de Cliambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ik"C!in;s Riding Wliips, Treiits, Sole leather, Vnlises,
Cqet Big, Satclial. Dressing Cass. Work llox'i, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses Porte Monies. Fans, Writing Uc.k.4
Cigar Ca-s. Fh)sk, Travelling Companions, Razots and
Raur Strops, CiBr.bs, Bi-u1mv, lioid roar's Cum Gotds.
Porfunicry.- Toilet Bottle, IVtct Cutlery, Ac, npd
larg? assortment .if othrr article, tiiinlly kept by Fur
Wehare madcarrangnmeatsnilh our fneiiil. st the
North to iOi-wnrd u (icxvls a k.i a- re.:eu,.d 1,, thrm,
tlierefore wc shall have goods lure in leilWn iru das
fromtheNew York Custom Hoife.
MY'KRS A McGlLL'S
Fttmishin.; Store, College strci t, 1 Joor Siutli of t
Squnie, Nashville. odl
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEABL & CO.
V0RTH-WiT corner of the. Pablic Square, near lant
ers' ILtnk. Na-hville. Tenn.
riT" We arc drawinz Sicht Checks on all tho princiival
cities jjf the East, South and West at the lowest rules, "in
sums lo suit purvhiicrs.'' ' '
3T" We buy all kind? of current and unenrrcut B.ns
Notes at moderate rates.
jf? mc Duynouth Carolina, Ueorgta ana; onutrouna
asnk .vuies, si i. n-rj euiaiiuif rounv.
--r i a wu jiui iii.ie .cw AFncaus ana jveuiuv.- unt
ies at n fair premium.
We have Gold and Silver for sale will 'atfeniL'to
collections rctrittiiij on any' point requested' at 'Bank rates,
ch-irge but per cent commissions.
J3eT- We are taking Bank of East Tennessee tbe same as
'-tT Tennessee Bank Notes. jenl7
LIFE INSURANCE I LIFE IXSTfJiAKCEn
QOXP A Eff Y
re - 1 rTT"iVTKl wrrK c-rs?int-M5.
' r "ii "r
isAicicnorr, ssc'r .- j, uiunf, rnra'iiLT,
KEXEYILnYDE-TnATSuvoAcESt: "! 1- ii
i ilOMEofihe indiict'iTiFntsiThich the ajflta ' 'npanj-bf-
"vj-.iersre, .lsmes issniot lT)l:c-es,-gnsriantee.T lyr ojir
! $2,000,01 Cash Capitfd iipjiii.ttiesamoTOTxnA' otin-r
t renibie I'onjpany. It lisnn icrDV4:cuicjo vi,iioal Hie
'privilrordini!cnd3Rtiigreiit rc-luroclrflvvfcr.ijie LA.
c. S?" V! w3. a"n ir?, .L,'?fLT,r.ra Sc
i was tlio parly can jriilvlraw an) psrttifthea'noimrio tlie
. 1 ConiDiuvv'a hands, on the same terms ta dendsited. iliodif.
fcrrncetn ap: escepted. In case of old agp or debility iba
then pre-srnt value ot tbe tioie-or .part oft bo I r.licc. can
be commuted intn Kit :
arncuv on me ineot tLpiSiirtv. i
McUc5l ES5njii!?i-?.' "' '
Dr. 11. TV.
Dc. 1C M.
' j'mcJ." f.
IHE UNITED FTREHEirS INSUEAIICE COmPAIIT OS
CAPITAL 100.000 DO LIARS!'
tihnrtered fcy the State.
THIS Compsnf haring fully creanircd, is.
tious of propertr, npainst loss r damage hr-w-sa-X
c. . i . t m, . r.u . :..!,-.. . Tlzr
i ' ' it irdui ivr mi.- ii.". . . a. - . 1 1 .j-
igation. Propositions for iasurance Trill be received at the
office Ql the Ifashville Insurance and Trust Co., Cullcjrc St.
A. TV. .10IIXS0X. Prisidmt.
J. S. Dasbzei.l, Sec y.
Kashrille, Oct B, lgsg. J
C0HHEECL41 INSTOAITCE COSIPAKY
OIA.ULI3T0.V, SOCTa CAEOitXA, -
Canital $250,000: All Paid' In. .
I HAVE been appointed. Agent of the above" Company ab .
Xashville, and am fullv prepared to take laririe Eire, i
A full statement of the srilrency of the Company can be
seen at thectEce of tho ifahville Insurance and Trust Com
ranv. on Colletrc street.
seplS JOHN' S. DASniKLL, Ant
THE MUTUAL EaOT2CTIO:i njSUSAlTCE C0JIPAK7.
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE cj Cedar Street, adioiniiifr the Post Office, and
onposif f the Verandali, will injure on thn mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize. Ac., against Loss it JJamayeby.
Fire ; Steambmts on any cf the, e4cni Haters airain.'.t the
Hazards of Inland Xavipation and Ilia Cargoes.' nf vessels of
prery description ogaiiiat lha l'criis of the Seas and Hirers.
Also, thp Lives of persons in good hcUlli, for n single year,
for tarm r.f yeurs, cr duiicglife. Alio, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail.
All persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, without anv liability to loss beyond t be amount of Pre
miums which ther mav par.
" if. S. PILCHER, President,
.1. It. J0IIXSQN', Vic President. ,
C. J, F. TV!i;iTG3f, Secretary- fjanl
TENNESSEE MAEINE AITB TTEE IN3U2ANCE COIi
PAinr. CAPITAL S150.000.
OFFICE on theyorth side of th3 Public Squire, midway
be twern the I.'asbrilla Ijitj end tl:o l'Ljnt&rj' Bank.
..r TrillmskainsiiranMion IIousbs nnd ftooJ' of every de
scription asaint fire; on Steatnbont3 and Cargo against fire ;
and the risk cf tho rirer; on the Cargo of Keel Bouts and j
other river cr.iu?, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN JL UILL, Preaideut
JosEen Vacxjc. Secretary.
DiaiCTons. Alex. Allison, John II. Hill. F. B. rocs, G.
Jf. Fomr, Jamei Corrjy, dno. 1. Ias, Joseph 'Waods, Sam-
uel Sfsif, MaUb?r Vatsr.n, J..1. V!itc, Jacob I-lcQatock.
XXASTPOSB LE?E KSUBANCS COKrANi',
J.VMES DIXON, JW. HENRY L MILLER, Sec'y.
i , Capital aad Surplus &300.003.
INSURANCE on lives of u bite persons ou the joint stcck
and mutual plan.
Prrsons wishing to insure cannot find a nicre. responsible
Rstm" -io Y. II. SlL-pard i Co.. Eiikimu & Bltis, Fhn.
lipsi Ilarf, l.indslyr A Crofcet, Jorg:in A An., Jl. S. Pil
I5e?"P.imphlffi showing the advantages offered by this
Company will be furnished upon npplicati ,h to the undf r
signed. who has been appointed agent" for ilia Company
S. II. LOOM IS, Agent.
NortliOast corner of the Public Square, Naville, Tean.
D.-: J T' Examiners,
5JInsuranceon the lircs rfXlIGBQES on the most rea
sonable terms. ' spril 12 Em.
j New York Life Insurance Company,
Ah. Iflfi Eroeiluay, New York.
OX TIIU aiTTl'Ar, I'lAiV,
AcounuiJated Capital Sr.OO, 510.00.
f . P RttHiK, ArrCABT H. fRiSKIIX, TRts'T.
IO Total number of Policies It Mied by this
Company up ta July 1st, eight thousand
elxbur.ursd and eightyone.
. ..... , , . . .
lUics in shape ofttock, bearing interest at the rate of C per I
JT The dividends heretorore have alwav. averaged from j
40 to 50 per cent. ' '-s-""-" i
llj'i.ivinena! ntae annually on all Life Pn
ITr1 Pertons tsklntr out Policis. for the trhnlnterm nf
life can give th'elr' note at 2 moults for 4cper cent of ibe ' 'the deliveries of all building materials may be com
promlura, and .ayCOpercentlncasti. men eed forth witb, and must be consmnocd within sixty
Appliclcations for risks, prospectus of the company, or In-- days after the date of the ccnlraci, and oonlinuad from time
formatlorireiattnjrtQ lbe subject of Life Insurance may be o time.asin the cpininncf thc eomm.ind.r.ent of the yard
"lc uac" lue """ereipneu .enerai - jenr lor me .
. corner Publie Square,
&'a.i.v!Ue, Aug. 10, 18.VL
opposite Planters' Bank.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY'. HART.
Jamis Dixoy, Pri. Hexrt L JIiliee, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus S300.000.
IxsntAXCE ou lives of white persons on the jeint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonablo
terms. S. IL L00M1S,
jan 13 6m As-eat.
iTtna Insurance Co. of ItartJord.
""' LIFE DEPARTMENT.
Annuity Fund $150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY heid pledged. and appropriated, VCS'
with Us reserved accumulations, by tho cbarterjVSy
and regulations of the Company, to the payment of Annu
ibjs and losses upon ln.arauceon Life, and in no eventlla
blefarQtbcr dsbte, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Tnos. K. naACX, Pres'l. S. L. Loo, Secretary;
E A. BrtELEV, Vice J. W. SerSoca, Aet'y, Prosdent.
Managing Directors far tht Life Department.
E. A. Brt.5t.rr, JOIIS L.I103WELL,
KoaaaT Udell, Roland SIatiier,
JIILESA.TCTTLI, ECWIN O. KlPLET
1Ie!KA CI. PkATV.
Thlsbeing ajolnt Slock propriety company, and conduc
ted on thecHh system, the .Managers hare adopted a table
oftatesofpremtum as low as is consistent with safety and
Mnek ourrthau those of the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by tbo
undersigued, nbo will furnish Prospeetusesof tho Compa
any, and any information relative thereto.
IL? Risks onslavesaalnn diseasesand accidents eanslns;
death, taken; Polices nued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS. NASH, Acent,
OfficcN. W. corner Public Snare,
opposite Planters Bank. Sasnville, ang. 10, 1S52.
RoBrav C. Fosxia, M. D.J 0Blce "ours, 3to5, r. m.
TRUNKS, VALISES, nnd CARPET BAGS.
TTrE hare just received alarge and fine as-
t sortment ot I runks, wrpet Bags and
(ft i AAA REYVARD. I will pay theabove reward
rjpl''U.' to anv person or ici-sons. as .a nremium
aboic the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
r.f the dennmiuatiot.s tf IM, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur- I
chase single wairants ol riiher denomination. '
R. II. BR0CKWAY i
Room ovqr Oak Hall, cast side- Public Square, 2d door j
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DALLY !!
COMPETITION" DEFIED ! I I
THE subscrilicr rpspee.tPdly nnnouuees lotlie citi- s&
imsol'Nnshvdle and snrroimditg oHuvtry that
'he itill rereivipj large additions to bis already im- r t 1.
nieii'.p stork 1 if
C!rnts PashlojinJiIo Spiins nn.l Siiininer Tipn.Iy
which he is prepared to, aud will sell AS LOW AS ANY
otiikh iiorsiM.y thetrvd:;
Mrradv in stoio K:oe ijir.'an. ii'iuc, Black and Olivo Frock
r. id Dr. ( vts of ihe lata! ..tTles, rrauoh Twedl, Cash
ttT .jiir, I'lu-'.i, Drapd'tuj; Silk Lustre and Gm's Linen
Froek, Sack, ltox, and lVllu Coats, Ae . c-, Ac.
Pants and Vests ofeverr color, find?, pattern and quality
In sun the ninst Fxi'iiiious.
L.KEWlSL'n fine assortment of Gent's furnishing -article-,
con.i-tingof Fine hirU, UnderShirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiel's. smspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Y'a-lise-.
Carpet Bags, Ac, jc.c. ' n
Aise, a variety 01 1 outlis aud Childrens' Clothin;:, from
1 three ye:u ot age upwards. L POWERS,
Acnnessee vio:iiing Uepot,
1- Rl Mnnt rst iiirpellrnn
, pone vuiuii euwu
, I.No annexion withiiny other house in tbeciiy.J J
1 iv. II. .Mt to po-soia or undersold br any man oreombi
1 nation of icsm- ' L P;-
CoantrV Inerchints in narficu.arare earnestlr invitpd to
j call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
Valises, consistincr of Sole, llatr and Liii .i-tS S i
r .-.w. T,-r-'iT'-,i.. , r.f 1 t---i7,i-' leiieriiirougiuue poM omce, wnicn noncp !
Hf,Uvf 1' 25 n J "'f.oTSa1'; ered sufficient: and if thev do not enter into
r ' " va. w wnicn wc w 11 sen at , FUpplies specilied within fifteen davs from the date
iu priwjs. ;iiiMj yw, i from tliis bureau of the iiccentanee of tbeir bid. a
jama corner 01 wmege ana umou bts., BMiville. ,viii b m!LAe .vith , -,,, orncrsons.
Barin cf Ycnis and Decks, 1st June, 1358.
QllALKl PROPOSALS in duXriiefor each cht sepsr- j
O ilsHypndm-Mi 1 "Proncwjls for Class If en ," for the '
.i9n.n; fiiis f,M j
navj-vara ai.iiempi)i', will te rrecivcil at this omce
dplirOricp, stTFudi place or pbces vrlthin thc tovyyard
., iretw, tFveu Piaco or puces wlturathc tovr
CLASS Ko. i,
139 a besUuirdtbuiBt red bricfes. ..
- - - CLASS rd. 2
CGASS iVo. 3. JIiscxi.LAKtoi'i".
3,B3t bViiWb clean soaip sand.-. pfrtm.he!..
' . ..V. . '. t'MSS A'0. 4. MlSCKLHSIOVP.
I1,CW f eet- l-i itch t ; j) i e taee tl ng . . . . pe r-1 .imn fept
kv) feet 1 iccb'j'e''lo''ploeilriagper 1,000 fen-t
. lonei cbr 12.. ier i.OPO fwt
tUtelurahor ta be" of the best qnaUty,
t-e'ir iinwooj, roi, cnuu, fjuif:
(hakesi&ad (.11 ottpr tlrfects.
, . CLASS No. 5.
- :Iu barrels best Lou!vl!lo cement, lnbbls
of ?fXi pounds per barrel
. CLASS No.C. ilncrLtiNKOes.
SPO pound jii)f lead., ; per poundr
4? pnnds sheet eopuor, 30 by CO lichci
(Jfo. 121 :....5.er ponnd-
15 1 Xaiii,.-;: per Lox
75 ppnudj block tiu per pound
- " CLASS No. 7.
1W bniHeli. cbarcoal.. per bushel-
CX.ASSK0.S. Ml5trtLArol. 1
j SOT pounds Bjilihblist2r.stel,a.sort'd. per'posnd
SOS pouodi rast-stoel, tssorteil per pound
, 5tK' poundhorse.-saoolron,lbyl iucb..per pound
2,S'J9"ponniIs barTron,3 by 1 inch per pound
CLASS No. 3.
- -Mi plfesr ech SO feet long, 12 inches dlatn-
. Vtsr at inlddld ..per lineal foot
t- , .. CLASS Nol0-Mi.vEi.i akeocs.
-5 dozen H'Incttt8tard files per dozen
A dozen 11-iticli i-round bastard fllf"..-er dozen
. 3-dozen-H Inch flnhhin? flies.... per dozen
4 dozen IJ.-indi 3-squaro Clef.... per dozen
1 dazan horse rapa..... per dozen
CLASS No. )1. -Miiceilamoch.
l(i,7Cfi pounds bel quality ha; per ton
CLASS No. 12. MisciLtAKrocs.
FvO busbelicnrn per bushel
-400 butkels oats per bust. el
0 buitmlj silt ..per bu;hel
S,000 pounds ihMf oats per pound
i OLAS No.13. MtsctitA.nrors.
3 pounds hotse-shoo nalli(So.9) per pound
1 cast-trou swsr;e-llock,(IC0pouiid-)p3t-
torn furaibi-t pir pound
1 churn mandril each
1 pair 40-lnch br.llowa each
1 Dioass-bolj anvil ( 0 poands) per pound
1' screw piato, to cut from J to 1 Inch
2 masons' squares (stii.l blades) each
S 2 f.Kit Tuldiug rules each
20 pounds borax per pound
10 ealions lard oil per gallon
1 barrel coal tar per turret .
20 jionndj glue , per pound
20 pour.dchi!k. ., ,, par pauud
1 ream sind-papor, snorted Nos per ream
11 dozeuS.o ltu,fila brt-tie brushes per dozen
I dozeu 3o Hus&iabriiitta brushes per dozen
i dozen -a-h tools...... .per dozen
1 dozau camel's-hair paaillii. assarted. .per dozen
tl pultjrknlTcs .each
2 spirit levels eacli
C dozen masons' Ilnej por dozen
10 pounds rendered tatlov per pound
11 pounds saltpetre per pound
1 pnundflourof sulphur per pouud
2 barrels tar i,ir nouad
2 gallons trainoil per eallDn
1 ftailonio. 6.. per trallon
2 doien boitlea mustaur liniment., ....per dozen
di;zi'nboltlesnervondboiielinluieiit per dozen
CLASS No. 14 MlSCELLANtCtCS.
10 reams bejt quality ruled letter paper.. per ream
10 riams bestquallty ralodiap paper per ream
4 quires envelope paper r. per qulro
1 quire Imperial drawing pape per qulra
1 q".!lre atlasdtawice paper per q'lire
2 quiretraeingpapcr,40 by 2" inches.. per quire
Ciu qiJiils.No.fO, tiMt quali.y..... per li.0
4 gron best metric pens per gross
A dozen pen-holders per dozen
I duien pitilbottleabejtblaetint per dozin
1 dozen bottles Fronsh carmine redlnl:..por dozen
2 dozen ptpersblaeKsand per dozen
3 dozen htaatt btit,r;ro (S'o. UJ per dozen
dqzen pieces India-rubber per dozen
12 dozen Maek lead pencils, be-t quality,
assorted per dozen
2 dozen bolts taste ptr dozen
4 dorcti bolts linen tape (redj per dozen
4 poai.ds red seal!nj-wax,beVl quality.. .per pound
S00 envelopes, assorted sizes .'....per 1CU
ForptfntidseliHutssar.d form of offer, bidders are refer
red to fa A'airy Ajsent at Memphis, Teen.
It is fo be provided in the conu-act, and to be distinctly
understood Ly the bidders, that the amount and number of
articles enumerated in rlassca headed "MNcclhr.eonj," are
specified as the prilMe quantity which may be required, as
well as to fix data for detcrinmiu? the lowest bid; but the
contractor is to furnisb more cr leas of the said enumerated
aiticles, and in wrt qvarjitia alct tejt limes aitAc lu
rciv c-r ceasjttfnd.int i.-t i ejuire, auringtlie fb.cil year end
ing 30th June, ISM, and, if so requested,- until further con
tracts shall be made for thcensuing fiscal year of leo4 -'o5;
and, whether the quantities rejuiiTd be more or less than
thi?e spcc.Ec.i, tne price i snail remain the same.
All the articles must be of the bett quality, deliveied in !
tntod order, free cf all aud every extra charce or cxrwoso.
and subject to the inspection, count, weight, or measurement
of the said nry j ard, and le in all respects satii factory to
Ihe commandant 'thereof.
Contrtio'.ors for classes headed "Miscellaneous," who do
Ul'l iVMUCUMI lll'.lllilkl. HUWB IUU.UtlUC3 411 V l WUHII .
Cred, will be requito.1 to name in their projH-als an agent at j
thc cjir or' principal p,Uce near tht. yard of delivery, who
mar be called upon to deliver articlw when they shall be
not reside near the place v,here the .articles are to be deliv-
.j,. .;e mav- remdre -r.H mt h.,a,t.J
i 'cithin the fioa 'Mr ending CWj .nf, l? jl.
i iney win DeinBa-ni-eu, in'stwcici, co.intca, or weigucn,
1 by the rule adnpted by the government, at the navy jutd:
' for instructions regarding hich, and tor n more particular
t description of all material-, reference is made t-ithe com
I mandantof thevard: When all other things are equal,
I preference will be given, in awarding the contracts, to ar
'. ticles of the growth, production, and manulacture of thc
' United States!
1 Approved sureties, in thc full amount cf tho contract, will
beiequirod, and twenty per centum, asudditional security,
' deducted from, carh payment until the contract shall huve
I bain complete! or cancelled, unless otherwise aiitbnrized
' by the department.
I On classes headed "Miscellaneous" to be delivered as re
quired during the fiscal year, tho twenty per centum re
tained mar, at the discretion of the commandment, be paid
quarterly on thefirst 01" January, April, July, and October,
when the deliveries have been satisfactory; the balance
(eighty per cent. will be paid by the navy aijent at Mem.
phis, wiilun thirty days after the presentation of bills in
triplicate, duly touched and approved. No part of the
per centum reserved i- to be paid until all rejected articles
offered under the contract shall have becu remo ed from the
, yard, unless specially authorized by the department.
It will be sliputated in the contract that, if default shall
be made by parties ol the first pa it in delivering all or any
I of the aiticles mentioned of the quality and at the times and
places nliove provided, then, and in that case, the said par-
I ties will forfeit and pay to thc United Stales, aa liquidated
damages, a snm cf money equal to twice the amount of the
contract price herein agreed upon as the price to be paid for
the articles in case cf thc actual delivery thereof, which li-
' nnidated il.nn.ircs mav be rcnovered from time to time as
The s'utcties must sign the contract, and make affidavit
j that they, in the kw eaate, are worth over and above their
' debts and liabilities thefull amount ofthe contract.
L'nch offer must be signed by the person or persom mak
! ing it, and by the guarantors, according to the form annex
ed; and their re-ideure,iiaming the tnwn and State, must be
It is to be prorided in tne contract ma ,ne ourea 1 a. a.i
completion ofthe works estimated for, and
advertisement is based.
Persons whose offers shall be accepted will benotificd by
.nail ue cuusiu
contract for the
guarantors of such defaulting bidder will oe held re.sponsi
ble lor nil delinqiiuneics.
All offers not made in ttrict ctmfnrmitii with this adver
tisement will, at the option ol the bureau, be rejected. Those
only who-e offers may be accepted will be notified', and con
tracts will be ready for execution without delay by the navy
agent at Memphis.
Tu the Chief ef the Jlnreau of lords and lloclt, Xazy Pi
parlmerU. of , in the Stale of , hereby offer to
furnish, under" our advertisement dated day of ,
and. subject lo all the requirements of the same, all the ar
ticlcscnibraced in class No. , viz:
(Hero insert (lie articles; witb prices carried oufl amount
ing to write the aggregate in words.) And I propose
innme tbeagent one is required by the advertisement )
The undersigned, , of , in the State of
; , and , ol , in the Slate of
- , as -uarantcrs, hereby undertake tbst the
above named will, if offer be accepted, en
ter into contract, as before required, with the United States,
within fifteen days after the date of notice through the pot
Office ofthe acceptance ot bid, as before mentione d.
I certifv that the. above named and
are known to me to be good and responsible guarantors in
this case. .
(To bo signed by a nnvy agent, collector, or district at
tonier or some other person known to the bureau to be
creditablc.1' . EDWIN O PERRIN
juncin lawdiw. Ivavy Agent.
' 17IVE HUNDRED Barrels "J. Hnlen A Co-'s celebrated
JL? Louisville Hydraulic Cement? The only good article
sold in the South or West. Just received and for sale by
STRATTOX. SMITH A CO.,
june3. - Agents for Nashville.
StroMa ani&ri4jr aatt kind. Ma- u'iu.
vara rfllE inrpntor nf n, r.-iu-; ,
inrmnr nf t!,; r ,1.-7!
a ereuy renny wat l tare Uen aciuainted with JJr. J
a. A.iTOe na some years Sgo he was reduced I .l.ero
.. . nu.
with a prenaratitm of hi-: ntrn tn i: .. ;
- iciiii; i-uiiw ut UiaKi
M. GAI1BERT, MJ).
V Tbp'j'ians are requested to try this nrenaratiorf VTe
fee satisfied it will sustain tho dJLJZZSZ lu
Hnwiltt. m T- n .n.ei
tn recommend to rdi persons siTfferirur from diseasln' Hie
stomach and bowels, yur HSmtixSS. I ver
sepcri(,rmed.cine. My son, aged 15 vears, bud been unde
me.iie.1 treatment about five years fir dilSdUt"
M!ft?'hf,lha,r,nt:m0f-"lMP3irc' bt his'tveovery. r eon
cli ded to tryvo.tr Alterative, two bodies of which, fl brieve,
entirely eurerfluni. MICAJAHjCAYCE. '
Hnrrsvm.p0cL 17 I1?8!
DtBLrasoE-Sems time has elapsed since I rave a
tincate that mir wife, bid
Alterative Compcmd. I B"&lrto
thepubic.ttatWirifehad for tlirle cTfoi.
ZJTVi SEf " m tha stomach
lhi.Wi;i,;.i .1 1 7""" x u'uuzni rane
mIwi,.?aIU m ti! pUf- Tf fTcat ay in-eron
" uitti oi anverai wnoui I thou-
imu iuuiiii-iiuii reiiei. iscing persuaded- to trv
yoiir altendive compound, I did so-owft amliappv to
'L; "crvurely cured her; and I wo-ild conscfentiously
rcrommendit to .dl persons suffering from diseases cf the
tiTcranddyspeia. N.B. ROBERTSON.
n, r . IIn.-rsviu.r, Sept 9, 11.-
U2. BtEiHOr Having sren the putEcstioD of your Alter
stive Umpoimd, I think it my duty ta Aw to the public, that
lhed been for years stibject to Sells of Cramp CoUem '
WOrt lorm : thatl liad triod almoeforor- 4t,;4l..4
ven by physicians, and never found any t Ling that woidd cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above, medicine, which'nas
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
Wit. 11. LLOYD.
. n , rRn. Cocxrr, Term, Dec. 2.1, i51.
De.Bledc0k :-I fed that I should fd! short of mv duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
recorauiendyour Alterative Compound. It has entirelv re
lieved me, so that I have not h.irf tn nl- 0nrti,ti .-
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe ray health is as good as it ever is at mvndvancedaire.
fchould 1 evcrsuflcr from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on yon. I am very respect fully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.
. ., ntwrsvinir, Ala., August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had sufiercd for nianv years with
D v?iicp.sia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after l'hv.
sician had jrcscnbed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when 1 commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured mo souudlv, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect uponothcrsof mvacquaint
Wfe- JOSEPH CAROTaIEIIS.
HorrsviLic, Ala., March 8, 1852.
Ur. Uledsok: btR : Judging from the certificates voc
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forme
to add further evidence in regard to the healinf virtues or"
your Compound; but I.mnst say, that for vears 1 suffered n
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlngcment of the .spleen
and thought that 1 never woidd recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have earned
25 cr r.u pounds, and feel about as well a I ever did.
ri, . . . , , HENRY J. GOFF.
it 1 he above medicine is forsala m every Dmj Store in
the city, and mott of the towns in tho State. O. V HFV
DnnSHOlT, General Agent, for wholesaled the meil
teme. Pn-e jl per pint Rattle. novl? Ivd tr
DR. WAl. McLAXET
nraiAND GERMAN P.00T.D0CT0E,
T-? LI,1,t,i' OLLi announces to tec citizens of XashvilX
XI; and vicimfr. that be has reinmnl o.; .n ,1
. dence or fourteen years in the South, and permanently!,
j rated himself m South Na.'hvil!e, at the corner of Wast.
i.PiMUJi.ui siiitw", unere ne may at all time be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases ot the following diseases, vis Ner
vous Aflections Liver CcmplainU, Dvspepsia.. Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Cclds, Congo. Incipient Cou
sumptmns, Rlicmnatisms, Weak Lnnirs, Fits, Dropsies.
Canren-, CIcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptajas of tho Lunoiond
other 'Hemrrares; Diarrhcea, Diseases of 'die Kidnevs, Mer
cur.al and venereal Taints of the Blood: Diseasr. 'of Phil.
drea, V orms and various ether DUeases incident fo the hu-
Dunne hi residence in die Scuth. hp intended fo r.. o
thousand difreretit cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Prelcssion and tho degteecf success that has attended
his efforts hcretoforr, toobtiin thc confidence and patronarc
oftlio sick and afflicted.
Nashville. Feb S 1 v. nn trr ir.t v-n
?"A11 letters addfeiispd. post-paid, to Sout'hNashville!
FHASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT,
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had lieeu bald for many years; by the use atthre fa.
tie of tic Magnetic 0iiUrr.4nt, had ids kair entirely re
shred, and now has as beautiful a Lead of hair as any man
eould wish. His aire is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
ueen ntlhcted with the. Asthma Irom ins cradle" Jte had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one. of
the most aggravated eases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the n-e of i few bottles of the Oint
ment he was thc.rrtvnl4.ti aired, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health."
This was an extreme case of injlaminatUm of tht spUrn,
of long standing; lias a vai iety of trualmeut f rom no less than
eight different physicians, without receivinf' benefit was
curpd by the use of only four bottles Of the Magnetic Oint
ment. This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. Ihave treated two caes of CArnnicSnte'
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so ncailif
blird, as to need an attendant to lead thvJn from place to
place. One of them had been sfilicicd 18 years, the other
about 3 years, liiev bad tried the best pnysicians in the
State, wit hoot benefit; and one cf them had been under the
tre-.Ument of the celebrated Dr. Muziv. of Cincinnati, for
. . , . . , cxncnded uidrciU of doUttr, to
... .... , . , , ...
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in no casejisit
failAl cf airing immcliate relief and aer.cralhj a permantni
care. I fiave also used it beneficially in revere cases of Ery-
: ,. 1 . .1 i ... 1 . . . . 1 . 1 1 ' .1 1...
sjpeios. jvlu last, uuitini least, l nave iviiujii iuv isi year
cured four cases of CANCER by thc uio of the Magnetic
v.. 11 1. 1 ." I ... . i n . i . l
r ruin a inuruugu inai oi me uiuimcuv iu ueary evei
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remodies ever of?
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours,
BURTON HUBDELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1S30, Amelia, Ohio.
The charactcrof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
establi-hed in this city. There are quite a number of indi
vidual? who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment,
For sale by II. G. SC0VEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLB,
mavO CARTyVBirillT A ARMSTRONG.
LEA A. STOUT,
No. ft Chick Stkfet. NjanviitB, Tex(..
Ac?Jdvr .'. Jl. . frenehs Grocery WoreAmuc, and pp.
posite Mnrrif d- Stratton
ALL kinds of carriaircs for sale, with h-imess
to suit All work sold bv me is made at
lie w I n niimnca jii im . ,
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East.
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons lpaving work to repair may loly on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. marl.S.
" TVTATiTNGO MAMMOTH.
THE thorough bred Jack, MARINGO MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tf nnesseo at Caney Spring in
Marshall county, five miles below the fishing ford in Duck
River, at thirty-live dollars insurance and fifty cents groom
fee. Jennets sent from a distance will be jiastured gratis,
and grain fed, if required, at fifty cents per week. lie is
fall fifteen hands two nnd a half inches high, good honest
measure, unusually large bone, and heavy; black, with
mealy nose. " He has the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him highly to tbos who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him tho master Jack cf Tennessee.
For further particulars see band bills,
march 11 Sm KNIGHT A WILSON.
7, r.TJ13LEI)S32;.s ALTX&ZTPiE COKTOUOTl ,J J-
dixtrCtTd tirtc cf lie Shmuu-l r. i r,-.?t. I
i.vfi. . hi- dm, tiu upni r
athoeandiuEluir- ti.'TXr"" '4WVAUWl-eJroJV:AiCFTUVit
h,lr.byfho,. t , AfASmTAOILONE.. .
rhimseJCrSiccAblbeeunrarticmt-ni-t Crystal PaetvCaiaHJ&unte leaves KtLh.TSrU-.t. 1 . """R. Medicines Chemicals, &:. .,- 1
I iciup, nis success m'snrJi ilo. twr. ,,m:n.,j ,t i nesdavr Rrillianr f?rnt J 71 e: io.. ik..k Vi.."; Aatttute. ifsrsktHUri ' . B 1
quenUy said nothini! II , .V r uL ".f . -aavrJr.-sMiSe IV fv.iri.Sw.-.u..Jljri;" ! T'-.tlM tv8- PRINTEK3 tNK-Wmter. Snrinr. Sum. i "
4 ttntU the characferof thdicinV ttetefjtfTyr
' '.fnJrtberilicatrswhiih fiartn.S-! ;Pia5nibb.r3nr?atF f"1, ' 'U- G JSGOVELr
aV:S.,a..,r: .- ,': ;HV.?v J. " i 7?k?.C.ahoiin seeds, z-matr .U-i'
T k3t-n W 'w-J1' GAB8rEr,orjIemph ; , .r-',re ?r:2n ov. lWJro5dlromt'!aUe!riiatoEittebur3i i J.' mo t-nakers, tor salcby. - . , JL (f. SCOVElV - I
Tcnn.,ith nhomfilufteu.iiavlwd during tire' tiiie of mrr a0i Jn i rt B wWng c , , f
"r Z , . r e"r rn e lira aftenrtrdo rm-r-r-
"V-r .r.r "W l? be Uyspeiand Liveraffcction.
4 .from niiWelnhLrjafmsrfvn .T.iii.:"i0?1
vJw was for three reart r -f ,SSUIS '. !' " OWeSnEmf 412 to
: l)yspcpiia jind, (nattiriiy oJ.iJVr ' .1S'.,St-j'Ml. jaJ?ennjraui jllailroad. an tKe
torwW at s titrio taUfirtS 'follnpdai-Ijr'atcacf 1'dcEeh rrompfttsburc: IluckeveSUtif-
l rv.i n.I... . 7Ik. ..V .'i'ii.HS. 'Sa "t. tJc.n
f CcnlralRailrtud.ifiJSi? -'
PB,li"Vy.i Jearc ue Conimonweallh's .Sttlion. N. E.
, m 'mornujg-iiipna Train throqhrto Piftlnrg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati end Chicwro, wilt leave- ati o'elocfc, A M
Thnwirb to Cincinnati in ?.7 hoirs. ,
ThenightMilTr3iq-.otlO'i, P. M. ' Through to Cincin
na.t in 4 hours; including oneiriighTd comfertabla rest at
I be above Uoe3 pasj through and stop at Jancasfer, Ear-rtiburg-.
Lemstqwu, HunUngdon, .Ibdlidaysbitrr-. Jofan
stonii, Greeiiburg, and pitermcdiate places
Xoric?, In cascflr?, tho Company MiOlirld therr.sel
ves responsible forpersoua! baigage onlyt nd for an amount
notexcecdmeSlOO.,. TlfoS SlOORH, An
ff."e,.f- ' lnnsylvsnia Railroad Co.
Kailrmd Line for IlarriabuTp. via Cohun-i-sodiateliK-W,
will leave the aboresfatlon
ota ana all intern
rimi( road toff complelc, Utpcu a edromnnfeatlon te-J-
tweonKtWjnrg af.l'Pbiladelpbia.orPJttsburir Rud Balli- I
more. nvwMeli Vn-.-ht fr..m ihRiv,.ti.rt ..k ....... I
j mttquicri!dir3rtirea by any of yis prei.nl rival f
; ;,""s,',':kSu?s ina uany paeicets-nt llttaberir. I
lh Eoniajme; Cincinnati, Vheelinz-, aml all tho
luiierent point, on-tha Western waters. AlauwlllLtae CJero-
d ir J -Vlw,nr'" eaJt and Ohio and fciinvlvanla
IS'S PfWH- " ra" thronsh-betweon Pitteburjrh
tapthat cau.btpp.VtlaledbyilishippsK-. n.
n case of ..truciuitt ,i4f navfgntioii by ice- or low water
rrelgb.s westt-ard ean- bo forwarded from-PitCT urto Cin
annul!, or towns la the interior by K&Mrnad. --
.'R ITUS. Of riSKlRllT
Ea.ween ritubufiriind PbuadHpbiaorBsJtrcnro,
I'irst CaaKM. jrinttr Sur.ntr
Dry Goods, Books andSlatlr.narj-llooU, ) pe'r iw'lbs.
Shoes. Hats and Carpeting. Fara ind Pel 1 73 "rti
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, Ac. 5
Brown Shjellnr A Shlninn ln u..i..
Dnigs.Glass Ware, Oroccries, except Cof-!
See, Hardware.Hollow Ware, Machinery, f
Oilcloth, Wool, &e. I
TI,t.J . '
S3 cts. CO cts
Buttoriu Firkins k Kegs, Candles, (?ot-1
ton. iu winter,) Queen.ware, Tallow, 1 -75 et..
Tobacco.in leafor -Manufscturtd, f EastV-r
ward, &c. -c. 1 t
. - Fourth Class.
Bacon, Cotton (in summer,! CoSoe.Lxrdl
and Lard Oil, (through) Port in fall car- 03 cts.
loads at owners risk. I
.1 ST . J
- - " ""'A J .4i,AeK7-,
J. I.. Jllllott?"' ''"'rt
Freight Jgmt,.Va.7 TTtst it. 'V. T.
II. H. irouston,
HASDWABS AND CUTLERY,
FALL At CUNNINGHAM.
No. 47, CotiEtTE Street, Naskvulc, Tew.
ARE now in receipt of tbeir entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY fortrreSpringTrade, and ta callirg
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North, Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that of any House in any country, and when the
ilcmorTransportation is considered, it will be found that
self-interest should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourages home market.
They also invite tho attention of Blackimiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting NaihviUc to their assortment cf Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which thev always
keep on haad.
feaiJient GirjenjnxA Becs-cetx, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts. '
Feb.2C.lS58. 1 '
T. If. BurroWi l'atcnt Plantation
THIS Mill differs from all other In the construe tlcn of
the upper or Knnnine Mone, which is composed of
I.1 1. 1 1 T) I . I . , , ' . . ' ...
i-inucu Dmr uiucM, eneiosea in a cast iron Lax, waicn
at the top, which Is secared to the back by foor bolts, so tl.at
crerj uiuvtiia iu iae lorm oiauovc tan, wnicn pivea greater
strfngih lo 1 Stono than any other -method which is required
In small mills, where tho stone Is run with great speed, and
becomes dangerous If not strongly made. It al.o gives any
weight to a stone ofsmall diameter that is required without
having ttthlct or high, that makes It top heavy.
This mill Is a square frame, made of wood or cast iron, in
the form of a busk, with Undge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Regalatin Screw, and grinds upon th same
principle as a laae mi!l, differing only in the Runner stone;
tht? being qrgreai weight enables it to grind nearer the cen
teragrcaterquautity or grain with les power than any other
mill now tn 'use. This mill isport3ble,andmay beattached
to steam, water, hore or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes oCEreneh Burr .Mill Stcnes, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph H. Burros, of Cincinnati. 'i the Inventor, for
which he obtained Letters Patent In I?42. For allinrringe
menls the purchaser will Le held responsible forthe right
The.e Mills donnt require a Millrlghtlo set them up; and
all that l necessary to put them in operation, Is to attach a
hand to tho nniler on the sntndle. with a Hmm .nffli.i.nttr
large to run a twenty-four inch Jlill 240 revolutions per
liuuuie, aiifecueu it) vxin, aieam,or vaw rower, ttyuie
steady application oftwo horse power ihe Mill will grind six
to 8 bn.bels perhourof good meal: and will grind wheat
ta well e. corn. The thirty Jneh mill, ir put to Its fullest
speed, wir griudfrom ten to ntleeubu.helsper hoar.
These mills are warranted to be In every rexpect as recom
mended. HiRM-riots zor Usiko. Place yourmillabtmt20fnetfrom
the Driving Pulley in a level po.'.iion; make the belt of
leather six or eight Inehes wld. Give the Stone? ill revolu
tions a minute with tbesjq. Keep the neck and step of
the spindle well oiled. Pisco the star on the back ofthe
Banning Stone,ln the samawayas the Cross on the Driver,
that is, the W87 they are trimmed to run.
Kofer toThos. Patterson, Esq., oflligbland county, Ohio,
Jesse Keal.E.qof Clinton cocnty, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , or Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdlrertedto JOHN E. BOtUIAN,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Middleand East
Tennessee, or . J. It. IIUUK0W8,
Jan 26 d. tr-w. & w. ly. V.'est Front st. Cln. O,
TAIPORTANT TO IRON .UA.VUFACTIJ
J. irEKS.-JAMES RENTON, of Newark, New Jersey,
has discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron
directly front the oreywitti wood or mineral coal, styled by
him an orc-weldinp.fnrnace; fan improvement in th manu
facture of iron long sought after; but never successfully at
tained until Mr. Reutou-S discovery.) and which produces at
a single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a le3 cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent have been
granted him for his discovery.iind weave the appoiotcdagenfa
tor- the sale of ngtds, and iu introduction throughout the a
n vsinnuaa iiiepiisi uign pnceoi iron isinuiiringniauy
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without bcin; aware
of the great advantages this new and vulnablp inven
tion has iiver any other known msijc, w c think it but subser
ving their interest to thus early impress upon them the. im
portance of an examination of the merit ot this lata inven
tion before embarking in any other made for making iron,
assuring them of its entire-success and practicability, as de
monstrated by the furnaces now In successful operation afte
It is not our purpose in this advertisement to speak par
ticularly of thc -almost incalndable advantaj-ea this process
possesses over all other modes for making Iron; (as this is
..contained in, our circolarwhich wc will lW pleased to mail
to the address of any oce interested in the, matter,) but to
..ll.l 1. it Pll .t i .t ' r
i tnrenflmn md rivmeetfollr mvito nn i..
van me aiiiuiiiuii vii iuusc uuvmt uiveaiiu in ine manuiac
furnace we arc ercctinc in this city, and which will be in
i .. . .. - .. ...
operation Dy tne tn Jimo next,-orto the lurnaccsortbe
American Iron Company in Newark. New Jersev, now op
crating with complete success. W. C. DAVIS & CO.
Cineinnati,-.Iirae 1 Sw.
PATENT CHOPPING MILL.
For Chopping Com or otlirr Grain,
Azarliel tricA tctrj Lhrmr.' eundd hare.
IT will grind, with oneor two horse power, from four tj
five bushels an hour either fineCir bread or coarse for
stock--and is so simple in ifs" constructicu, that any boy
twelveyearsrildean kepif inorder andnmlt Itisadap
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing arid selling
the above "Mill, m. Tennessee, to Messrs. J. B. Cowan and.A.
0. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase ean
nnd fhemat J.'M. Seahirrv'si cn Cnllese street where they
I aiill be happy to take orders. BOSS A ADAMS.
TXTANTED TO BUY At thia office, twestt or
VV Ttnarr negroes The highest market price will be
given if application is made soon.
Ativt JlnnllT I - Vt J l J-i;,- I.IiimifVi Via UMlnwnn Wn,tnr I Al. tf..l IIW.CI
on- n. io i nicngo, ivautegan, KenosSa, lib, B
' can do nurrti-icivt nr i';,t.,. i..rt- .m.
- , . S . J ...... .-iimL..li IV t.-. 11 1 IT I C I
and Cofumbti Bailroatfif ines. '
H. O. 6C0VEL,,
; Brnsist and Apothecary,
. .KatkxrM , - ri;
.Wholfsola and. Eetail Daalsr ia";
PaECTS, ' rtRtSHES; ' PtSITMrUT,
,rovrK..i , Oils, . ITrifiSnT?.,
Fixer &xnci?.?l 8rot, VAWfisma
GlA5; (jLASSTTABt, LeAD," !
SDltGIWIi AND DENTAL" INSTKltSI ENTS,
LY'OXT; KATIIAlBON, ibrthe Hair-tha articlsus Pv
-tdarin Neir Yorkcitr. as an admiraHa nrJrO,.,
1 anA .n.ltul,.tM.n.J.r,V I. I 1 1 r z: . ..
; hair, caibinpitto grow luxuriantly, rendering it scft; glo
I sr..beaiitifut andrjtTjitinita ttimlnrr 9it fnr et
j .wj.iu..riMcuji n uaiunevi auu lauinouA't tire
State j marchU
- i -.,, j- c a a-.-jt---" .X!.
T YOJTS ESSESCr. JA.MAICA GINGER, for DVsneX
JL sia. Gout, Khwimaxi-m, Cramp, CboleraAlorbus, Cliolijr,
Ao, Acw which Is one ofthebst preparations of the day &
uui vii. win mce me mcreauions, icr sajfl nv
marchll . IL 'G. feCOVEL..
G ALV.VNISM-Christie's lidts. Bracelet!, Ituld; Rfnga
T and Piasters, for sale br tl only cvf.t in Nashrillc,
II1RI CU 1 A ll-t I. it fvA-
LA"NQU0RN A ARMISTEAD'S SCPEltlOiFTOBAO
('0, for tale Wholesale and Retail by
marchtl " 71. G. SC0NEU
iy I FLK fOTOEIt- Connecticut and term ossce Rifle Pcif-"
der. warranted Lest uualitv. &rfw!e-br -.
marchU . U." G. SCO YEL.
EATS FOOT. Refined Tanner's, Lard. LiSSTat.J
Castor Oils, for sale by
SMITHES SUG-VT. COATED PILLS, just received and.
for sale by marll , ' ILCLSCOVKU
TEAS Black, Young Hyson; Irnperialj-Gunpowder, a-id
Extra Carious Blacc Tea. These Tftts are c( pnod
quality and. have given satWaclion, for falf br -
msrchll 1L (i. SCOATili.
"VfOTlCE. In consequence ol tbeFireon Friday naorn-
JLl mg, we are compel at to suspend business tor some
Ewiru Brown A Co.. wiliome furaard and settle tin ithotit
delay, "that we may rnaet cur own engagement-!, promptlv.
Wecanle found at No. 1, on the square -John Nicer.?
We would also take this occasion to cxnress our CTatcfiil
thanks to those t bo hare kindly favored us and our prede-
. m ,r II 1..1 111, . ( jiullLHint, lit x llC VL'Ulj'illiHiaUU
citi7eas. to whose exertions wc are mainly Indebted" for
what ofourgixxls were saved, and to those kind friends who
sympathiso with us in our Ires.
rpiIE ti K .l'.FKNIIEltfi 1HSENTCUY SYll
JL I1!" Isuspeedy and infallible remedy for DIARRHEA,
DYSENTERY, BLOODY FLUX, CHOLERA MORBUS,
CHOLERA JNFAXTLM, and the Asiatic Cholera.
It never foils to cure thc worst possible, cases cf bowel
complaints ir, 3 few hours. It is purely vegetable, and taken
in almost any quantity is perfectly harmless;
Most remedies in use frr Diarrhea,Iock up the pcrcs oCthe
intestinal canal and only for a tiruo alleviate the disease by
preventingthe expulsion, of the acrid fluid, which will al
most invariably pour forth again, with inrteascd violence,
though nature, sometimes overcomes the evil, while the rem
dy alone bears off the praise. Not so with the Dysentery:
Syrup. Its ingredientare the natural antidotes to tnese com
plaints. It ehauges the nature of the. fluids, and causes their
explusion in a natural manner. It does not leave them to in
flame the surface of the stomach and bowels, but attacking;
the cause, it neutralizes them, and the disease immedia'ely
subsides. The operationof the Syrup is threefold, itini
mediately retches the seat of the disease and arrests iw
course; it instantly soothes pain and restores the system to
perfect quiet The inflamed surfaces of the stomach and
intestines are guarded against further violence by the neu
tralization ot their acrid contents, and thus the body re
sumes it natural hcalthv functions.
THIS MEDICINE NEVER FAILS. A completo cure
is warranted. Price onl v SOxents ner bottle.
junel5. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent for the State-
A Clergyman ot Nashville intormed me list season when the
Cholera, was tnreatened, uiat in ono wecc tie cured 2
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bott
mis uyscuiery aynip. .a
PRINTED LINENS I PRINTED LINENS ! !
At Ac. S, 1'r.ioii isircct.
JUST received .'direct importation ) one Case Liuen Dress
Goods, containing a great variety ofStvles and pat
terns, which will be sold 25 per cent less tfian the cmal
Price. Also, a variety of dress GX)ds OMisistingof Berages,
Lawns and Muslins, for styles and prices, are unsurpassed
byany in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmingsof
all kinds con itantly on hand. The attention of the Ladies,
is particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before pur
chasing. may- THURSTON A BERNARD.
BUENA nSTA WATElt CURE. 1S33.
A. WEJUtES, . D. W. A. EDViO.VUS, IX. P.
1RS. AVERBEIl vt EDMONDS,
TAKE pleasure in announcing that they are now ready
for the reception of patients at their establishment a't
Jiuena Vista Springs. The romantic, healthful and
picturesque character ofthe locality at Buena Vista Sprimrn
is so widely end generally known throngh the numerous
visitors who annually resort to ice place tor its medicinal
waters, that the proprietors deem it necessary tosavbut
litUeon the subject The country is wild and broken, t
abounds in game, is exempt from epidemio invasion, has an
uncomineo. ana saiuonouaaunospuere, ana tue eaiaousn- 1
mentis supplied with an abundance of pure runnicg free
stone water, equal toany in the State.
Dr. Wibbee is a physician of forty years' experience in
the active practice of his profession, and has just returned
from a tour through the Northern and Eastern States, dur
1 ing which he visited tbe best water-cure establishments in
the country and enjoyed ampin access to all the best sour-
ces of information on tbe subject
years-experience, anjibrings withhim into the .establish-
Dr. bDMONTS, though a younger practitioner, has several
.... : t v.LM l . ..i.l.l.vv
earlier periods of life. The means for amusement and re-
uieiiv lliC Lil uivsaiuuiu UI IUUUUIUIU CUUCT lUUUCilkWIUC
creatiou are ample and free of charee.
Trron. For Board and treatment from 8 to $10 per week. '
Patients are expected to bring with them two blankets, two
comforts or n feather bed, sil large crash towels, twosheers, 1
and some old linen for bandages, or they will be charged
extra for such in the establishment. Very sick and feeble '
persons will furnish an attendant who will pay board, or be 1
charged for such extra. ' j
This delightful Summer Retreat is now open ggt '
for the recection of VLcitors. It is situated on Jj j
the Nashville aud Louisville ivia Mammoth Cavei
Turnpike Road, twenty -one miles from Nashville, It isac
cessible to Nashville by a line of daily stages, and by nuraer- t
ous other modes of conveyance. The great notoriety of its
various mineral StirinKs, renders itentirelr unnecessary tn '
speak of their invaluable properties. Tbo Hotel is neatly
fitted up; and, for the extent of its scale, and its admuablc 1
adaption, it ia not equaled by anv fashionable resort in the
State. The proprietor most respectfully .solicits the patron
age of fhppublic generally, and confidently hopes, by caro
and attention, to satify bis visitors.
N. B. A full supply of ICE for tha season 011 hand.
mayo dAw2m. Porpriefor
BED SPBINGS. t
andpatrons, that we ire now ready to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our
place. Extensive preparations have been nutde lor the com-
tort both ot the invalid and ir.e man ot pleasure, it were
needless frr U3 to attempt to set forth the value of our plnce,
, - . - ,t ., '. .. .
in u moatcinai point oi view. .isny, uuirieu wiiu far unci
diseases, nave visited us, and alter a lew weess sojourn,
h.v-p mrnimrnr pilber entirelr cured de crrrallT relieve!.
nnrtJmlatlr mirfi K hwe he.n rJtliet.l iitlb 'SmifnU. AX. I
i seascscf tile Skin, Stone intbeBIadder, and ahoof theDi-
gestive System in general. Of these tirss. there is an ahtin--
dance o! proof, and many who have certified to them, and the
sain have gtirw forth to thenfftided people. And we have
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and well, with us tn be seen as testimony to out dec-
laraiiou; one o wn:c; was aimosia nopcies3 case.
V We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 1 2 miles, east
I nf Iifavctti our countv scat. 65 or 70 miles Imm Naslivilla.
j 45 miles turnpike, and the balance high ridge road, nnd I
other good country roads coming irom evry point Irom
' Lebanon, Wilson comity, UartSTillc. Cartilage, Gainsboro':
Tomkiraviuc, uiasgow, uaiiatin, ttc
SAM. E. n.VBE,
J. A. TAYLOR,
mayl2 tr wSm
S. 11. PEYTON
Drs. W. A 1- further inform the public- that the above -
.ii i.i ...i a,.!;.v,tr...... r t :ti v,......l
BUENA VISTA SPRINGS.
justly celebrated and delightful watenng place will bo ready
for tlie reception of visitors on the 1st of Junp. The bouse
will be furnislied anew with bedding;, toweling, curtaining,
Ac, Ac No pains or labor will be spared to make the place
conform to the rational expectation of those who may visit
it Tlie places of amnement are undergoing thorough re
pairs and. important additions, and will' be free of extra
Buena Vista Springs, Logan county, Ky., April 7, IMS.
Ko. 43, on GJleVe, near Pratd SJr&t.
THE subscribers are maaufacturinff Tobacco from. Ten
nessee, Kentucky, and Missouri Leaf, which tbey war
rant as good, and will sell as low, as any Tobacco of the same
quality irianufactured elsewhere. "We solicit a call from
dealers generally, as Tobacco cf our manufacture will be1
found to civc coed satisfaction, and pay the dealer a fair pro
No. 45 College, near Broad streets, Nashville, Tenn.
march 9 tlj
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
I OFFER for sale 850 or 400 acres of Land, lying from
one to two miles from Murfrcesboro', on the Nashville
Turnpike, road, and on the Nashville and Chattanooga Ball-
v-n A Tfit lss.ri1 tlia nn t a nm nit 9iwsallns rinrlM n Tvfl a.
saw and grist mill, and as it can be subdivided into several
i small tarms, it atlords a good opportunity tor persons .wisa-
' I. . t,,,ma In . nls.Mnt -v.t,nAm. n tArh Tnnt AttA within
a convenient distance of good schools, churches, Ac. Terms
' , i , it." . , . , - . (1 T- x". . I : C 1 1," art.
i SrKciL sWreeshoro. or to the subscriber
uoerai. Aiue iDaispmaoie. xor ivu-iuer imwiumiiwn, -t-
! r ' W. L. MCBFREE.
Mttrfresboro', Angnst 3, 1852 ctf
V iOF THE UXlS
u rarw ot sectioas-of lan.-t .11
wwpi reraaia to tlie-UidtedStafeT 5I"'ra
Id of the Cue of the im ttiT n?" nailea on eae&
of jmhsStafi. ilS2?,1?! Ponded Jrrtfee a
OfcceJ iatlrt Slate of AL.iRira . tts Wtowiflp Laad
u-i.-i Vu;ce at iSTSTKPtr rvra - . .. .
tajfowfty; ihe fifthdar of w AJ6a!.oMv
ODtrrtiteEaa aLove referred to if7.rLa!S0P"' J
range rrtrit.- "'Ju Tf of
iu'imums(j. v .,, .V- - J", Ol 1
of raajfe nra
; fJ"'-1 "f "c teut efOL, ,
I Towns!) inn. r anj . " r"ettm
At the fjui A flff!i ... KZZXi g o.
thtrdUptealorsuchWorLini Septober nest, Bsc
derationed townships towit- ia feCaa.
AtthoLao JOnae TLOO t'
rl;K?,r "'rafter next fc-ifci
-I odrf n.imR ,rJ, riTj , .Pvrs ot secttow. beisp &i
dermanliltnM V? BteattdfamS ac
XA.etl teunvuUt rf,
. ,-. vwHijna
Township ttrniws, or range rocir.
It - '.-ST.S. 'T'ito rc, as ire situaisri f
Aorta V lie. base Ukx and east cf a ni... ...
sixTKFjr. " "cciy, cirtsga
anj-e seventtev. ' wttaeas, ot
lown4hrpa nine, ten, eleven, twlr er. m-
dermentioned townships, to wit Mfi in ttaaa-
Township four, of range imirrExi.
ror0axV ne' " tCw' f"' i cf rp
JS!' .-.-.ix.and Mren.of
TnZtvP3 and f range sxtettw
Township seen, ofranga moniXEir
range fir. ' ' ' J ' '"'T. a rtf, of
g;Townsh;rSee, r, e;ghtf tf
Town-hips rwit mm. and b. of tZZF
The township, Herein designated uT rooaVlett.,.
wholly wtthin the limit, of sMJj?!?:
..ue 01 saio. roaa, - and. those in italics m wrtV whiB UT?
limits, m desienatederrthp -CZ?? W1..?1.n
nished to tbe resneclive distrf ua'?1
. -- -
ch0 b' Platar1129
CcnamsrioKtr eftlit General Lend Ofics.
MGcelo actwlieiiUrsonlal&ofLU United Stata original.
I? mtAdraumrcm market cn aeemnt of tie railroad,
Under actof Congress, approred sd March, 1858 ratitlad
they now exist are eWdeS T, f 1. . Stel u
tions of public landTafcmztl
fore mentioned, where the setJement 7rt! bOT,BObr
were made prior to the final aUn&nntrrt. "rr"""'""'
tions to the said railroad. Tbertdbre. xll elT; '
! tioo toany of the alternitecttpw:
, the limits ongmally reserved will attach, if nredicttrftS
' on settlements made prior to the 41liJehma ia 35
! dateofthe final allotment. iebnarr; 185S,A
1 C1ims within the sit miles limits must be nroven no af
, a"time. before tte d hercin w fcrthawSSSSSit
ofthe public sales, and are to be paid for at thTStTS
mdes, and within the limits of the original rcservatinrTm.
teproren up prior to the restoraUoucTdto
: Soldiers Knimfr. fmt u , . . . . . . ,
v . ska uoiiarandtwentTT
cents ntr acre, may be received in payment for either
ot lands one warrant onlr.
pre-emptor. ' m "-4IU J
the foregoinenrorJamat;n7r,TrL L""' ,auFIta DJ.
iniiueuuiieivanpr im eiou. rft,A Hnt." ...
-k.."" - . ."t.TOitui, .ppiicaucaawin
" wucui. LDaicaiics wi 1 1
"L": "',,7 , e Purenase at private entry; br Iocatiaa br
warrants, ofthe lands re.ei-nt i .,:,(. .1' TTTT'.V
ofthe six miles lim;,- ;""'",a S1
issued to the registers and receivers.
aan - low Jnttv tctt cnir
CammUtlrruroftU General Land (Me.
PUBLIC SALE 0E
TO WiX LOTS
x-sX M-r,,f 'if?, countl", Ky. .
, - .. ... . n, I..- rir.i aerminn. nr i
fTV.t T.M..T.... . linn...
',1,-v.v WAUUI.4, ILUUlib I
'VlUiOUt rMrTTii nr, TlIYTTJCrv ir a .....
ilroft t Tt, ! CoIuiibiis,embraca ; St
most valuable Lots insaid Town. "
i neso lots wcro niireh.ir? nti.. :- 1 .... ... , .
said town, in the vWuT oa: "J'KtS
. Tr 1 1 - . . . - ttftM, 111 tiiO JSQ W
ij-Kdrington and others; and the undersigned haviar ear.
chaclsaid lots, now offers them for sale, for the nrrrrSaVnf
"b J . u. MMVIUI1TZ1.
in me year limine State of Vimnia. in W
h.p.Il!IfMfe'.,'QTtboiiippi riveV, which wLsto o
laid off into Town Lots, and sold for the benefit
ficers of the ReyoluUonary Army residing In said SUtt and
With Said Compact, kid said Town !.;, ,-' .jV?TZ
an1 at the original $aleoCIots, thejfell into the haada
afeirwealthy individnals, who were not diSDosed to sell
them, except for the most enormous prices, as tier lookad
forward to the day tbey would become of immssWritee"
and hence the improvement of said town has been pretested,
as persons could not obtain property.
COLUMBUS is situated on the Mississippi Birsrit.
point always, accessible to steamboats, and in coe of tia
"est portions ot me 2 tale ot Aentucxy, and as a lite foe
a large Commercial city, it is tbe most eOigibi positija, tad.
pos-esscS advantages superior to any other in tha West-
a uis oeiDjr ine point seieciea ror tne terminns cf the rrX
Mobile and Ohio Railroad, the principal partof wbieii Road
is now under contract and the most eligible point oavha
MLssiisippi River, for tbe connection of the Charleston.
Chattanooga and Nashville Railroad, with the St.
Iron Mountain and Pacific Railroads, it is clear that Orinal
i fjm is uesunea 10 oo ice great Central Emporium of Com.
1 rneree, forthe great Valley of the MississiDoL
T v- nnliMriiiii'n.l...,v.i .i -z vr .
.. .. '"-"v no uine or place bm
ever been a greater opening for the profiubfeinvestseaur
c-apital than is now offered at Cclmnbus.
Teems of SALE.-0ue third cash, and tbe btkace os
twelve months credit, with bond and approved aStr.w
a hen npn the property, at tie option ofthe pmser.
W.J.4J. P. W A THE?
May 535, -wtd ? "
The Louisville Journal, (weekly, and the LrviBe Cea
ner itwtcen week in dady and ail the time in weeWr.) tfaa
a, asUvfllo Union fweckly,) thc St. Louis Republican (wiiT)
and the Cincinnati Commercial (weekly -v ill pub&th tin'
above ontil day of sale and send bills to the proprwtwsa
Columbus Ky. for payment PaducaU Dement.
GUNPOYYDER MANUFACTURED .BY T3X
HAZARD Powder Company oCtonaecticat:
tuou kegs ivcntuctj' iiice Powder, 25 Ibsetet.
500 half kegs do do do
2j0qr.kegs do do do
500 kegs, Deer do do
lOOO kegs Blasting do
500 lbs do (S kegs each) do
300 canisters tine Rifle do
The above powder has just been received dlreetiKatte
manuiactcry of the Hazard Powder Company & qaal.tr
of which is well known ihroegtont tbe United SfetL AS
ordcrsprornptly filled by tppEcation at nr Powder Daeot
North Eait comer Public Square. Xashviil.
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march25 for the Hazard Powder Cespaar.
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