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NASHVILLE, TJ3NN: THURSDAY,- JULY 7; IB53.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
UFFICE-No. 11, BE.VDERICK STREET.
DlK WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Ufiiniished
to subscribers ax the fbUowing rates: Single copter, one
year in edrancei S $0; witKri the' ycsS'To' 00; tt the end
UiaxeAreiOO. decs Of fire and upwards 12 CO
v per copy for one year: Clubs of subscribers will fce re
ceived for six mtmlhi at the foregoing rates.
The TBI-WEEKLY is pubUthed evcry.Tucsday, Thursday
end Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if.not paid in
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. .
fTTHE MONEY IX ALL CAS Ed TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions pity be made by mail at pur.
paper will tie fent out cf the State culess the order is ac
companied with the cash.
THE GENIUS OF XNTE2PBISE,
Af cr Rome was subjugated by the boards of northern bar
barians in the uTih century, the luminaries of science that
had shone with such effulgence upon the Greeks and Ho
rn in v oVe alma -renii! uibe J, and forages the world lay
iu an interminable riglitof mental .and mural gloom. The
human intellect seems to nave laid dormant during the Jong
and tedium Winter, with no enlivening spring to awaken
and revivify its inactire powers'. But at length fhe dawn of
a bntr iterdav inarm to linncar. aud slowly and" majestical-
" ly arose from'thit murky chaos the sun of enlightenment,
ordered by Providence, to gladden and illuminate tlje world
w.th Ids twinis. The adrcnt of PYFER A CO.
Tas Truly Fortunate and Far-famed
PVFER & CO,
In thelSth Century, dispelled like mist before the rising
inn the night of mratal daikncs that lias brooded over the
world; and thoughtheir glimmering Star bad nsen blowly
above the horizon, it 'culminated with the quickness of the
electric park, and rapidly diffusing its luminous rays
throu.h jut the world, pteseiilcd to the tranquil g-zeof aJ
miring millions the semblance of the
ANCHOR OF HOPE. '
Read the great good bestowed last month.
UXFR&CEOENTSD AND BRILLIANT LUCK! .
Si fi-itoainff Splendid Prizes eolJ tie last' four utcis:
$Vi,4Sd, in package Wholes, tent to an old and heretofore
unlucky Carrcsptudent residing in Santa Rosa county,
Florida, who lus often said bis. turn must oni come,
and bewasmtdisartpointtd. So much for persever
ance. SV.OtJO, package cfQuariers, sent to Tennessee
26,0 W, packa ofyuarters sent to Alabama.
61 V"-11', packigeof Halve, sent to Mississippi.
tlO'jy, package of Wholes eat to Sou:h Carolina.
li,'W ', in single Whole Ticket, ser.i to Pennsylvania.
" - 1 ,il4, package of Uaiyes eat to Virginia.
S.', W-1. package of Wholes sent to South Carolina.
g7.j km, paefc-ge of Halress'eatto North Carolina.
Forbriiiiaji Prizes, J ways mail your order,
PYFERACO, ao, 1 Ugld sired, liallimnrt,
The tu st successful method to draw a Prize is to
Purdue t 'de&ryiTne experience of every day strength
ens this declaration.
' Nit sink word m Fait' at Pyfcr Cos.
J3J Forward your orders without delay!
Spleudid .Scliemeti for July, 1853.
FgPThe OcrUticate Prices of jackagu of quarter tickets
Price of Price j f
Sv CO J
2 5j$IU ou
11 (1 1 awn
5 of i2u00
2. Sof WvOO
1 75 Nos.
iTlrawino fonvarded to Correspondents by the first
mails aficr the lotteries are drawn.
5y""0crrcipondenls will please order a few days bcfoie
the lotteries aie drawn.
There is a large per ccr.tage in fever of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and tlie chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the t-chemr, are thereby secured.
We advice the purchase cf Packages of Tickets in every in
stance. J"Bsr.k Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Oold
at uir.it, will be promptl v remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at P Flat A GO'S.
fj-Ketne.nber A PaCEAOEof TicErrs, can drrwroca
of the must splendid prizes in a scheme,
5Iu crJer to sccjrc a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly af.er the result is known, the readers ot this paper have
only to rjmit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Ectab
lisiied, forfamedand trulv fortunate Exchange and Lottery
Brokers, " PITER & CO.,
jnaeW 1m No 1 Light street, rallinire. HA.
D2. RDSEas1 LTYES WORTH AND TAR
FOR THE C0MPLETEC0HE OF
CivgliS, CoUt, Iiijldtiui, AiQima, BroncliUU, tplttinff f
lihcJ, mid ml uthtf Lung QimpiiinU UiiJutg t
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
T) EADEKl bive you a Cough, which you aic neglecting,
Xj under tlie idea that it is only a common colli, that it
witi!"Ou '"wear itself out" Let a friend tellyou, 111 all kiud-r.e-i,
what Will spijU be the probable result.
Ij a short time, if you continue to neglect yoursclfj you
w'U bejr.n to feel .1 tene of tightness ana opjiression across
ibe cheat, arcompanied with Trcquent sliarp darting pains.
Tneu a dry, hacking Cough will set in, and hea you raise
anvihinjr "it nill be n thick aud yellowLJi, or hitc frotliy
witter, stieakeJ, peihaps, with blood. If you sttll take no
lnel.Cine, ihce uupleasaut symptoms will increase, andyou
wilt 300:1 ua.e Hectic Fevir. Cold Chill, Night Sweats, Ci-pi-
0. 1s Expecfcttt.tion, and then Ureal Prostration, lfou slill
neiect yourself, a lew weeks or months wdi see vou cousigu
e I to the grave, leaving j'our friends to moura how rapidly
CONSUMPTION did it-t wotlc, and hurried you away.
Fr.einl! liave you no cause to no alarmed? In the above
sketch jou may sea as 111 a glass, how every case of Con
su nptii'u prog'ost, with more or less rapidity, to a fatal
termiimtiou. Of all the Thousands and Millions whom this
. g-xat Destroyer has gathered to tLe tomb, every single case
bean with a Cold! Jf this hid been attended to, all mig!.t
bare Leea well but, being neglected, under the fatal delusion
tliatit Wiald wear iteeJ-," it transferred it i deadly action
to the -u stance of the Lungs, exciting there tlie formation
of tubsrtles. Another, and another cold adde t fuel to the
tl mie, uni.l the-c tuhcicies began to soften and suppurate,
leading, by their ulceration, great cavities iu the Lungi. At
th.s ens s, the disease is verj- difficult of cure, and oftentimes
sets at dclianoe all human means.
In the latter or woist stage, this medicine will oflcctimes
arrest toe disease, or check its progi-css, and will a.ways
make ih patient more comforta iie,-aud prolong his I.fe, aud
is tlierefore northy ofatnal; butm its lucipieutorfoimmg
prrioai, tVn-umpCon isascurab'e asanyotuer disease, and
"Or. Rogers' Syrup of Liver or.b, Tarand Caudialapua,'
if tikci ai this tune, will cure it AS SURELY AS IT
IS TAiitiN ! 1 This is stronj language, but we ean trier
you to uaaibcrtass living witnesses tu provethat it is TRUE!
And therefore, weeiniesily exhort every roan, woman and
chsl J, who lias a Conga, or is subject to Colds, to keep used
icine by you in the houe; and iseaever j'ou take Cold, do
not "'iel itiiloiie" towori.niiscliicfiuyoursjstem, butenuli
c.te it thoroughly, at once, by this power, fully healing com
pound and leave yonr Lungs" uninjured, to cjitj you in full
v.jio.- to a good old age!
Have you delicata, weakly children, who are always taking
c iid, and iubject to Citiup? Rcu.emteil Tnci o never was
co-e v( Ci-oup, whieh did not orinuate in a Cold! And
wtien joarc.iiid jjoes to bed wheeling and couching, you
Uuow ucithat, befmc inomiug, Croup may not set iu, aud
o c ycu cau get a Physician, your dear child may be beyond
tuo itach ot 'e besi-ech you therelore,as you value
the l.ves of your children, keep lh.s medicine by you iu 1 he
house, und wtieu our little oues take cold and commence
cmyuing. give it 10 tliem at ouce, and rest not until the c igh
U euntc.y suhdued. We conscientiously aver, after tne
tnuueiteu led experience, that if this ad ice ncro followed,
10 cuJd i.eeJ ever
DIE OF CROUP,
for the cold wmld be cuied, before it could arrive at th's ag
prarattst and fatal stage. Let every Mother, especially, Leeu
well ine-e reina k',that she iiiiiruottieicafter.wtir n mourn
iiigovtrtneenny blight of seme cherished blossuiu, Lvc
c.on bitterly to reinwcu hcrtelf forlier criminal uegiect.
1. in an old adage, that "to be forivarued, is to be IprealuiiHt."
l'-rouisl so lei it beta your case.
Be .-uic to ask for Dr. A itogers'SynipofLIVERWORT,
TAlt aud UANCUALAG UA, andlet no oihrr b; ulineu on
o - SCOViL A MK.vD,
111 Chartres Stteet, iew Oreans
Whulea!e Central genis for the Southern States, ton hum
all tr iris and applications for agencies must be addressed.
Alxisold by " BERRY,
fjfih il Mu 1JL.il .'i...criiju.),hM 771 llii.
T HA3CAKM Powder Company of Connecticut :
iOOO kfgs Kentuosy Bine fowuer, 25 l'jsrach.
500 tall kers do lo
BiO qr. kegs do do
500 'tegs Deer do
1000 kS lS!.iting
500 lb d i keps each)
n hi rnistrs fino Ritte
The obuve powdcr.bai just been received direct from the 1
manufec cry of the Hazard Powder Companythe q.iality
cf which i well known throughout tno Untted Mates. All
orders prompt! r hlh-l bv cpplicalton at mr Powdor Dj.ot
orth KHst corner Public iqnaie, Nashville.
A 10 230,000 feel &dcty Fuse of bestmnhty.
' S.H. LOOMIS, Agent
rr.arrh2 for the Hazard Powder Coiiwuy.
rpO tlH.Lt.jin.i A.SiOi'Ui'.il.v-A ilWlti.
X tiasjasth.-en 0cnedat Norniandy, near Duck River
B dgs, Dy tujuj Jersigaed, who proposes to entertain F.sh
cnnei, Spo t.-me 1 and others in a comfortable and hospit
cb'aj maiucr at moderate charges.
Kkf-kk. ti Clias. Berryaud Fishing Party, Nashville.
The Bedford Yeoman will pleue onpv.
Jaaii .tdiw 0. C. Ca'RTER, Proprietor.
SHE UNITED FIBEWTTrTS. WSUHANCE COMPANT 01
NASHVILLE." , - 4 .
CAPITAL JOOjOQO P 0,LL XpS U ;
Chartered, Zjy tha Slate. . .
TIII8 Ccrcpany baring fully organized,,
.now ready to take risks cn all "desOTiV--jspnp-tious
of prcprrty, atrilnst loss or ritmarerbv'-gR-SX
titisoitist penis 01 mc wmonanaT 1
tjUon. .i-rcposi lOTsoritViurancaWiU Tcteivsd ai'thef
office ol the Nashville Iniurauccnud.Tru.'tCo.. CoUcffefit.'
A. W. JOHNSON. President i
J. R. D-Lsran-c, Scc'y. tyashTinyOetfS, Wit c
OpiEltEHCIAI,, INSTANCE C0XASY.,
CtttULESTQXj SO0TO CiaoLEfl.
Capital- 8350,035; All rati
I HAVE been appointed Agcnl bribe' above Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared 'to take ilariue, Fire,
River Risks, cm tlie mos't tavorab'.e terat?, '
A full statement of the-solvencVrf-ttie.!pmr)any an be
f ecu at theoffice of tlte 'a?hvillejn3uratice and Trpt Com,
pany, on College street.
THE MUTUAL P20T2CilOIf rosUSAyCT COHPAITY'-
OF HASiiYilOJi, ilJIMAUl ; ,.
OEF1CE ouOcdar.Strcet;adioimngtIie,l!pH DiBov and
opposifctlrt Verandali,tviu insureon thr mutual-jirin-ciple,
llouset; Jierchandize, As,.agaiwtXi0ss.ur Damage by
rire; Steamboats on any of thq V extern w:Uc3 againsl tlie
Hazards of Inland Navigation .and the Cargoesof, Vessels of
every description against the Perils of 'llm Seas and Rivers.
Also, tlie Lives of persons in good liealtlr, for n-single- j ear,
for a term cf years, or during life. spBftiili Notes trans-;
mittcd per maiU . . , .. . i ' 1
All persons having their lives or property mSUred Ins-thjs.
Institution, are entitled to a full participation iif Slfthe pnf
its, without an v liability to loss, beyotd the amount or Fnk'
niiuuu which they may pay.
It. S. PILCIIER, frcstdent,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice I'resident.
C. J. F. Whaktoki SecrelanV ' s " -' - fjanl
TENNESSEE HAKHnS AND FERE IKSURA1TCE C02T'
PAIIY.-CAPITAL S150.0D3. "
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square' midway
between tlie Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They willnmke insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against firej on Stcaiaboats and.CargOiigainst'fire.
and the risk of tlie river; on the Cargo cf Keel Wats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and othb'r cargoes, ou
the usual terms. JOHN .-HILL, President.
JosEra Vacuc, Secretary. ,
Diekctobs Alex. Allison. John M.Ui'.LF.B. Fomr. O.
Fogg, Janie Corrcr, Jno. M. Uars, Joseph Woods, jm
ucl Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob" McGavock.
New York Ijifc Itisurunce Company,
Xo. 10G Broadway, A'ew York.
OS THE fllUTIIAla FLAN,
Accmuiitn tel Ciipltul 650(l.'10.00.
r. rartMar, crnRV
TTp" Total number of Policies Issued by this
fiflramnt ut in Jntr l.t. lR.s.rtht thnii.Ti.1
tlx hundred and elicMjone. gS&5&.
irl)lvtpenaa mailo minually on all Ltro Fo- -stsi.--Ilclesta
shapa of -stock, bearing interest at the rate of C per
irj" Tlie dlvldends'aeretofore bave always averaged from
0 to SU per cent.
Jr"V Perrons taking out Policies for the whole terra of
life can give laelr note at 12 mouths for 4Uper cent of the
premium, and ayGOperceiitliicash
ppllclcaUom for rij'.f, prorpt-clus nftlie company, or In
formation relotinglo the subject oT Lite .lnsarnnce ma; be
mads attheofficeof Iho unJorsigUfJ Ci-ueral Aeen' f.ir tho
StatonfTeuoeseec. JUsKPH NASH.
OSce X. U. corner I'ubllcSquaie.
eppodte PUnters' Banlc s hvitlo, .lug: iu, Iti52.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART--
JiatES Dixos, Prca Uirrnr L. Miller Kec'y. ;
Capital and Snrplns 6300,000.
Isburotce u lives of while persons ou tho joint stock
and mutual plsn. j
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable !
terms. S. H. LOOM IS, '
jan If fim. Airent. .:
Alt tin Insurance Co. of rt.-irtroril.'
Annuity Fun 5 S1C5O.O00. .
EXCLTJ.SIVEhY h-id pledged, and appro prUwd. ;
wta lis reserved accuniMlitn,'b) xhe chartflriS;
and regulations of the Company, V) tho payment of Annu
lies and loues upon Insurance on Ufo. ana in no event lia
bleforotber debts, contracts, liabilities, or cujsgemcuu ut
Tbos. K. tlRicr, Pret't, S. L. LonMi, Secretary! .
K A. BcLXLrr, Vice J. VV. SeTtonr., Act'y, PresJent.
Managing Directors for the Lift Department.
Ii. A. tiCLCLrr, .'ana IBoswtLL,
I.'CBtST BCSLL, RoltllD .MtTCtC,
Milss A.Tcttle, Kdivim G. HtrLXV
Behra Q. PaTr.
This being t Joint Stock propriety vornpsny, and conduc
ted on the cash eystcm, the Managers bavearioptel stable
nf rates ofpremlum as lo w as is cocdetent with safety end
muck lots rthanthoieoi tho Mutual Companies.
Application for risks n while imrgoun, received by the
undersigned, who will furnish Projpertusoof the Compa"
any, and any Information relative thereto.
-"r'KifSs uni laves sgnlnet dleras9siid accident' rausine
death, taken; Polices Issued and louses ailu:d at this
Agency. Jus ? AMI, Agent,
OEce IT. V.'. comer Public buaro,
opposite Plr.ntfm Kan r Nsnviiie. oug. jn, itii.
noToAJ Office hoara,3to5,r.M.
THE IIASHYIXLE MAIiUFAOTCTRUii, COilPANx.
HAYINU, at great expense, procured the int-t recently
improved iiiacliincn' and tools for the construction ol
the heaviest work in metals, we solicit fmm the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We ate
prepared to make lo order Jtailroad Machinery, such
as Icomoties, Passenger, Fit'ght (iirs, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Oira, and idl work appertaining to itailroads.
Sterna UngillCh. Boat nnd Stationary Eugines, from
to .Vm horse power, with boilers nf the best Tennessee Jron.
Saw .Hills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Orist "Hill.-j
Engines and Machinery, conrjilete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Supar -Hills of the most leccnt construction, with Engines
to correspond, pat up in any part cf the Southern country.
Cottou (Jin. Engines to drive Cotton Gins, Willi all
necessary appurtenance inade to order at short notice
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
put up the engine aud instruct an intell.gent negro, so that
tie may continue to operate the engine, Ac
Brass and Irrn Castings of any size or description, -with
Sliafiing, Mill Gccric-, Water" Wheels, Cast Iron Baldi
Vaults, made to order.
Information chccrfullvgivcn nnd orders received bv
J. THOMPSON, Presides!.
N. B. Tlie highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper,
j ( A 1 1 iJ AUD. 1 ill pay iiieabo e rcu anl
I vVV h inv person or pci'sons as a'prerr.ium
above tlie market price, for one thnn.-t.uid Land Warrants,
of the denoininatiuLsof IJM, &0hnd4'i acres. I. will pur
chase single warrants of cither denomination.
R. H. BROCICWAY .
Room over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
son!!. t ! 1 hi Nashville. net 14 m27.
STILL THEY COMEfYKESH ARRIVALS DAriYT!
COMPETITION OEFini) ! ! !
THE subscriber respectfully announces to thuciti- vgij
zensol Nashville and surrounding country that
he is still receiving largo additions to his already im- : M
mense stock of
Gcnls Fashionable Spring and Summer Heady
which be is prepared to. and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE. . .
Already in slore Fine Bitra-n, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dre3 Coats of the latest styles, Fjench Tweed, Cash
incrette. Plush, D.-apd'Eto, Silfe Lustre and lrafs Linen
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coat, Ac Atr. Ac
Pants and Vests of every cjlor, shade, pattern and mialily '
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consIstingofFineShirts, UndcrShiris, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Cans, Trunks, Va
lises Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac. .
Also, a variety of Youths' and Chi'urens' Clothing, from
three years of rge upwsrGs. I. POWERS.
TcmiessM; Clothing Depot, No. 54 Maikett-, ditectly op
posite Union street. . - -
5"fNo connexion with any olhcrbouse in the city.
N. B. N ot to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. " UP.
Country Merchants in pnrticu.ar are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
march24 ' -
AND FOR SAJ.K Tne subscriber, living one
j mile west f Durhiimvihe, Iauderda'e-conntr, rflers
forsalehls TRACT OF LAND, containing 213 'ACRES,
about one hair clea-td and in, ciltivatjoii, with good gms
lots, an apple orchard, conrainilig'tipivarils of 4"y beating
tree, and some G- d tTeienttind-; n good new Cotton Giiv.
alarge and 'commodious p.vellin House, and'iiul lwnixes.
The tract is well watered wiih f toe'- .nd drinking .water.
I will sell on accorauibdating tcm s, or I trill tsioJin uay a
part, or all in Negroes at a fair r.rice. "' '
ju-eH-lm . DVID TITZPATRICK.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
THE above HOTEL is nowoi-en fiff the rccplion of foi
PERM AREN'T" ANDTRAVIliNl BO A.RDKRSiSa
. This long establrslwd and Well-kfiown flir58 Ifas under
gone a thorough alteiilirHi tbtT.iiglwnt, and 'furuished with
n?wand drtiieoeble FUK.VITUUI". '
TlMsTAHLfcwiiTlwssysbew'rrlicd with flip BEST tlie
mark't affordj; und th'Pnni. ieh;r tnts. by a Svsioiuatic
ciiwrsr, both wi.h sirrats and tlia regulatfous cfihehouse.l
generally, n will -oe e&wleil to tj.v entu-e aruaciion-iit
those that may favor hun with Uiur riatronHlre f . ' ' -jau2a
-lytrw JNO. .W. SPEAR
iSTAl'E OK-TIWNliSSEK. '
HiacR Te, 1:W, or the Ck-i.ckhv UotruT at' Ssrra-
Ezokitd Bass, 1 -" J
vs. V Cross Bill. "
John t..m and Cathrjine Otrin, !.
LT appeared to the sati Jaclion uflhe Court (htl John Owin,
one of the aliore d-fendeu's, was a non-resident cf the
State of Tennessee. It was thercfo'o'nlered''bv the Court
tliat j.ubliMion he made in the Xashvijle 0'tunn ntflAivtr
icat, a newspiper published Li the eft frf Nashville, for three
ccesive n c ks, rcquiririgsaid Johri Owin to appear at the
Court House in SuiUlmllc on the first Thumiutr aftr the 3d
Monday in September next and answer saiil 'bitborflhe same"
willbe taken for coafc-sed astdhimand'setdS-.vhforheai-ing
upirte.l . -,
juue t-Jt tr, T. WHALE Y, C. & JL
v "Barcattcf Yarda and Docks, lstjune, IS58.
SEALEDcf RQPOSALS in doplicaltCur each class separ
auSr. endorse 'Proposal t.a- Class No. ' fot the
navy aru at .Tiempuis, iliik; ;ocicu uimumwuHin
1)! o'cWii M.ou the-I5ih day of July next, for furuiahitigaiid
such.pUce phew witljm.jhe navyy
'adcnaTs-and "articles 'herein, specified;' vii:
' M 8 jCLASNn. I. DMlars CU
(X)6t!thsr6?buint f'4fcricki...t....per "M?.i. '
.( ' V; u '-"class Ji-.a. -
rpijarri)ljanUaciidC:'fieaevtaveX!inifi'l)sr.U. ' .
v ciAs,?j ?. liu-iiLiAXtoi-E.; '".
affjf'nsheisNaan shaipsinj t...prbVshei'.. ; 1
1V CCXJ!NoMsi;Ljinoi. . .
iltfy r?pt 4hW croze tMi-e,'...iit 1.030 tert . ,
Jfi0 ftei H inthyeitow-iiineflo.irli.gi.er l.0C0 fott
T, 'fM ftoiSnich'wiiitB-ttnifl.tankr.i.i.ei J tWTl'tret; a '
L.nir. i-iiiv i ...neri.lJOCQ,fet ,
21,GU) rot.-oard n.enurj,cyprcs,3S) fevt,' ' '..
''iVi.?.6hyH..-."...:..v... ::...,. .-Jr IjppO.foet r
"niliet'umtier't.i'tSJ ortho best 4aaljty, - J
'"ctbar or aapwood, rot, knv'ts,' e fit lis, C1"
-shakesrandall other dofircls; " .-.. ''" '
CL ASS' No. S. ' j - "
IEO barrels beW L'onlSTllla eemBaf,'tnbbla - - , z "
of3W)poouds.nr.'..... . .perbarrcl .
"'.7i. T.1.. " 'Ch.VSSAo.XiliscSi.tJJiitqr.Vi' . ,
2J50 pounJsplff loJd- per pound
"- 8'poiidsBeet copper, by oiriacties
-iXo-.12i.-.....i.... ...ler.poiind -.")
15 b iKosX lin... per bo. ,
"5 poeuds bloc-tin. T...., per pound. "
" e -; CJiASs Xfo-7. -
100 bushels charcoal....: ." pet bushel "
. ' CCAS.yo.8. MtscaLLiKiocs.
tWJpoaiids'EiiijlMiblister-steel.asjort'd. perponnd .
COit j.6und'eat--tei:l, issotleiL p r pound
5U pouuds'horse-shopfroti.lbyl iixb..per pound
2S0 po'onilabarit0u,3 bv 1 n.ch ier pound
tv . CtA.-S So. 0
3S piles; each 3afeetlonj-, JSfnches dlara- ' '
cUratintddU.X.;...!-.: per lineal foot - -
CLASS No. 10. jIisckllakeocs. " ,
-5 dhzin l4-Inch.baHt.lrl flies ;.,'.pvr dp'zen -
- A dpien ll.lnch.l-roun.1 bastardflles.. rer.dpr,n .
3 oozen I41iicti Did hiug tiles p'r dozen .
4 dozen 10-uieh 3-squara files per dozen .
t dosca horse ras,....... perdzn
CLASS No. 11. -diecrLLAMOcs.
16,000 pounds best qUHllty hsy per ton
CLASS So. 12. MscitLAMors.
GOO busheli corn per bushM
400 na-he.s oat per bajtiel
0 basacls silt-. -.n lor bushel
2,000 pounds thcaf oats..... .....iter pjual
" CoASS So 13 M.sctLlAicinri.
2ft pounds ho ee-eho'nans (.!) per pound - -
1 cset-iroii .wrgJ-blo.k.iLUO pounds ) pat
tern fuics-'fi ...) r pouud (
1 chu-n mandril '"- .teach- v
I 'pah 40-lnca bol owj.. 1. .....:... ...Vai-h ' , -
1 mnus;-hlaauvil (-.-JO ian . per pound
1 screw plate, to cut Hum 10 1 null .
51 masons' sjuor(st-'elt!lid"!0 .j.ech
2 2 f.oi filing rules ....esch
20 i-ouiuisbnrax j....pr pound
10 anl onjlar.l od '. lT gallon
1 barrel coal tir por i-arrel
50 pound, ctae , per.poai.d
0 pou.djrhaU per -und
1 reams m-pape , aiS'irloo. o ,n-r resin
Jl dnZ-u5 1 KuiSJi orl tic b u-hj per dnz.-n .
I d'zen3Kii.siabriatlJbruii: er d.uwu
I uozea sa h til P-' d t u
i itozou caiuePi-baii p.i lls.i.S3.iricil..p-r d. zen
a pull, ki.ivi eaih .
s spirit levela ach
6 u zdn iaas.'ns' !ti-o .- p r dozen
lu.po-jr.dj reiioerrd tallow. .....-r juui.d
- i! 1 oun ls saltlra ....per po ind
1 p.iuiol courol suiphur p. r poun I
2 uarrlstar per poll d
3 gallons ira.no I per 11c Ion
1 gallon jy0 c per ealion
2 Uo-cn bo tli-s muiune Hnlnnot por dozen
dZ-iibjillcs nrno nd oouol niuieiit p-r dozen
CLASS So. 14 MtscBi.iA!iocs. ' "
in reamsbest q itll'y taled litter piper.. per ream
10 r :ims b.-sti ial ty ni"udap 1 ap-r pr ream
4 jul;cs nvelopepap-r pr qit.o
1 .juiie Imp rial draw ng p. (ic per nulre
1 q lire a lasjrawinj (uipsi er qii'e
2 qulrrstraciiRpiper.lt) b) 26 inch e..pr quire
COO q ills,So.r0, orstqially.... per 1 0
4 g o-i bestm Ulicpem... Iter g.flss
4 d .z.-n peii-hohler- per d.izcn
1 d'Znn pInib.ltlcbe-tbtartiiiK. ...... .per doz-aii
d Zrn iKitites Freu. h carmine reuii.k. .ier d zm
H d.'Zeiip persbltcU san I pi d.-z-a "
3 dozen o ans boots.mo (So.-y, per dozen
doeen pieces lud a-rubber per d zen
12 .. z-n lilsct lead pencils, best quality,
assorted prr dozen
2 d .zeu bo;U taste .jpr u.z n
4 d iZ :n bolts linen tape (red; per dozen
4 lumlsred seatinj-wax. best quality. ..por p iui.d
503 eiivt-1 .pi-s, atoried size - per 100
Forp-int d chelu!esand firm o oTer bidden are refer
red to 1I10 .Vary Apeut at Memphis, Teun.
It is to be provided in the contract, an.d to be distinctly
understood by the bidders, that the amount and number ol
articles enumerated in classes headed "Miscellaneous,'' aie
specified as the prctalje quantity which may be required, as
well as to fix data for determining the lowest bid; but the
contractor is oTumiih more or less of thesaid enumerated
articles, and in tvrh qvantitiet and at ttieh timet as th' l-a-.
reJv cr enrnmard irU nviyitquire, during the fiscal ycarend-in"-S0th
June, ISof, umh if so requested, until f utlicrcoi
tracts shall be made for the ensuing (i-scal year of l4-".5,";
and, whether the quantities required be mort or less than
tho.-e spec tied, the prices shall remain the same.
AU thearticlesmtut be of the be?t quiliiy, delivered in
god order, free of all and every extra chaige or expense,
and sul ject to the inpect:n-, count, weight, or measurement
of the said navy yard, and bo iu all rcsjA-Cis satisfactory lo
the commandant thereof.
Contractors for classes headed "Miscellaneous" who do
not rcsiae near the place wheie the articles are to be deliv
ered, will be required to name in their propo-alsan agent nt
the city or principal place near the yard ot delivery, who
may be called upon to deliver articles when they sliall be
Ibe deliveries of all building materials may be com
menced forthwith, and must be commenced within sixty
davs after the date of the contract, uud continued from time
to "time, as iu the cpinioncf the commandment of the yard
the wants of the service may require, and mutt tecomplclta
icitMn tltt jUt'sl y.iir ending Sltffl June, 1 J.M.
Thev w.ll be measured, inspected, counted, or weighed,
by the' rules adopted by the government, at the navy yard;
for instructions legtrdingwlrch, and for a more parlicu'ai
description ofa'-I materials, reference js nude to the com
mandantof'theyard: When all other thing aie equal,
preference will be given, iti-awaiding the contracts, to ar
ticles of the grow lb, production, and u.auuliiciuie cf tlie
Approved sureties, in the full amount of the contract,-will
be required, and tncnty per ceatun, as additional security,
deducted from each payment until the contract shall have
been completed or cancelled, unless otherwise authorized
by the department.
On classci headed "Miscsllaneoiis"' to bo delivered as re
quired during the fical year, the twenty per 'cniuin re
fained mav, at the discretion nftho commandment, be paid
quarterlvon (hefirst rf January, April, July, and October,
when the delivc-ies hive been satisfactory; the balance
(e-'ghtr per cent.) will be paid bv Ihe navy agent at Mem
phi", wi'lnn thirty diva af.erthe precntation of bills in
triplicate, dulv vouched and approved. No part of the
per centunt icrvcd is to be paid until all rejected articles
offered under the contract shall have lieen removed from the
yard, unless specially authorized by the department.
It will be stipulated in the contract that, if default shall
, 1-e made bv parties of the first part in delivering all or anv
of the articles mentioned of the oualitv and at the time and
place-" aliove provided. H en, and in that eve, the said par
tics will forfeit and pay to the United States, as liquida'ed
dsmages. a sum of mor.cr equal lo twice the -amount nf the
contract priceherein nereed upon a theprice lobe paid for
the articles in cufc f the actual delivery thereof, which li
quidated damages may be recovered from time fo time as
The sureties must s'gn the contract, and ma'v affidavit
that thev. in the ra$rfa le. are worth over and above their
debts and liabilities the full nmount of the contract.
Each offer must 'be signed.bvthc rersonor persons mak
ing it, and by the guarantors, arconlirg to the form anret;
ed: and their reidence,naming the town and State, must be
It is to be provided in the contract that the bureau shall
have the power of annulling the contract, without loss or
damage to the government. :n case Congress shall not make
snffie'ent app'roprirtions for the articles named, or for tie
completion of the works estimated Tor, and on u Inch this
advertisement is baed
Tersnns w'ioe offers shill be accepted will be notified In
teger through the pot oilice, which notice shall be consid
eied sufficient: and if ihevdo not enter into contract for the
supplies specif cd within fif ren davs f -om thp ria'e of r.otire
from this bureau of the acceptance of their bid, a contrac
willbe mado with so'uc other t-erson or person-, and the
guarantors of snch defaulting bidder nill be held responsi
ble for all delinquencies.
" All riffers not made in strict fnifnrm'tn with this adver
tisement will, at the option of ihe bnrenn. be reiee'ed. Th(isp
onlv whre ofie-s mav be acreple l will be notified, and con-,
'tracts will be realy for execution without delay by the Lavy
ngeat at Memphis.
FORM OF OFFER.
Thtfff CiUfllrStireartrf Tcri andloctt, Xiity a-
of , in the Sta'e of , hereby offer to
furnish, under your advertisement dated day of ,
and subicctto'idl the requirements of the same, nil the ar
ticles embraced in class No. . viz :
and .of .in tlie State ol
,as guarantors, hereby undertake that tie
sibove named will, if offer be accer-ted, en-
ter'into contract as before required, with IheUnitdd States
within fitleen.rlars afer Iho date of notice thnxigh the post
office of the. acceptances bid,as before mentioned.
I ccrt;ft that the above, named , and
-arc known to ine to be good an,d responsible guarantors in
'bfTo'be s:gned by a navy agent, 'collector, or . distric! nt
toitiev. Pr.some oilier person, known to t he brea u, be
creditable.) t,AT l-S a i . Vil" ,
"NE HUNDRED B.tRHELS, S IV LOUIS
I f r?r itti' I liner, inst received a hundred barrels
superfine floor, cho ice brand'
(Hero, jn-eitlhenrticles; with prices cameu 01111 amnnn--ing
to-(wrile.lhe fcggreraic in words.) And I propose
(name the igeit if one is required by the advertisemevi )
Tho it,,!i..irnl. .of .in ihe State of
-DE,' BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The. liefzudp lnr alt Kune.iiei for the JJivast of the lAter
j'tppfmej,. L.ni.,ycmevi an& iitpamaltou if ttt JSplun
.7: :. ..-,!- . ..'.ui ' -
'xt4C anJLsuehdiiAatei it draw frotn.tr.
diarrderd tiate- nfjlU &pnitc t&&'r i?fWiv
iulararS.rrsf my'Bid. tFor Gneriil Uelii'Uv,
from, vhiih IjuTkk freyittnilT.faffir, Iter? u r.oi Ct
- equal ut the vhnU Jfaterfa'Jfedi&if
THE inventor of th'rs preparaUan-was for three years s
completely prostrated from- Dyspepsia and inactivity of
tlie Liver that he r.'as freq dentR for iveeKS at a time unable to'
raise himself from his bed. Yip sought aid from nhvsician
at bomeand in Europ, but in vain; his case was pronounced.
- uujinuas uy tiwiu.iuiw,Tuiu i. was Oy acciucov tiiai ue sue
wbku ... uui tug wtiucut .cmoa lie nas neou practicing. merH
t has been awareof the incredulity of thtpub!iv nnd cous5-i
ictne. uis success in sucn casM.ii3.-t tiern. unnvn.'.mi. tl
q-acnuy- sum iiouuug miougn the press ol lus pm -case,
until thd character of thmediciue was fully estab'isbect
tt. rw.srM, .cwdu t j laifj ceruoiiiw imcu uavcvzizu
J stibjb-n thexcrtifici laof Prof M. XlAtBrxr, of iletnphij;
T4nn with, whom Iul7ea'advi--ed durineth'p time ofbiv
' Msurma. Tenn.. Anril 17. 1 3oi'
. I herebv certifT that I bavA hpn -nnnintd Trith iir'-l
. N,,Bledsoe and ome years ago ho was reduced I teLeve
wwe.- man i nave ever seen any one that aflerwards recuver-
en, wnn wuai i supposed to oe Dvepcpsiaand Liver affeci ion.
'oousuier-iryiag ine prescriptions ot many I'hysiCianS l p. litis
as well as. other countries, without relief, Tie hnally.eucecded
with apreparatioii of his own in being restored to (rood
l. . rl . - - . . .' . . r. ... .. V .
ttcoiiu. ti, UAJiUfcHi, JU. U.,-
ITlVWC lans are roftuested tornr'tfitti rtnimi-atfnn. - "Wft
feel satiUied it will ecsiaiu the ihastcter.we giTO to it in this,
;Dn.BLEisoci I take the liberty and feil it to"'touiv duty
to recommend to all Dersonasu&riDfrom A Ispns oT the
stomach and bowels, vocr Alter.rtive Compcunc!, ais a-"very
tcii t.M ittcuiuinu. .11. ouu, ittu io vears , nau been uuaer
medical treatnjaaj shout fire years for dyspepsia und diarrhea-
n-heu havin'41mostyesTraired ti 'liis
T.I1IU01 iu irj yrriiieraue5 ihtj oouiesol wmcli, 1 beiieve,
cuureijcumiiuia, JuiUAJAli CAlCr
.' - JlcxTsvn.tc, Oct. 17,1852.
DK-BLEDSOfc tme time has cranked
tifictte tliat my wife had been greatly benefited by 'your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
uicjtuuui uuitiiiy wins uau lormreeor Kiur years been
subject tq the worst kind of spells of cramp in tlie stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom 1 thought to bu
the best physicians in the place and a crcat inanv difieren '
medicines, with momentary relief. Beuur nersnirlp.I rv trr
your tuteraiive compounii, i ma so ana lam happy to say
that it has entirely cured lier; and I would conscienUfjusly
recommend' it lo all persons suEering from diseases of tho
liveraud dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
HoTsvnxE, Sept i3, 1831.
Da. BLEnsOE Havinc seen the nublication of rmtr Altpr
ative Compound, I think it my duty tc say to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of "Cramp Colic, in ju
worst form : that I had tneJ almost evprv tlilno-iW. iq m
ven by physicians, and never found anv tfumrihaii-nnlirrpi'
Miitiv ictictB me, uniu i ineu me aoove meuiciue, wclco uas
tuit.cumciuei cry aiuicK is less Ulan an nour.
ViM. B. LLOYD.
w Giles CousTr. Tenn., Dec. 23, 1351.
Dr-BlEDSOi: I fjei ihat I should fall short nf m- Hut
to you and to those who are allh'cted, were I not to liirther
recornnccdyour Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved ma, -so that I haVe not had cause fo take anything in
two momlrs. I can at anything I want with impunity, and
believo my health is as good as jt ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dvsnensiA pram I shall h sum v
call on ycu. I am very resjiectfully Vcur friendl .
fcLlZAUETU J. UARW00D.
Hcxtsviuje, AhL, August 24, 1851..
This 13 U) certify, that I had suffered for n--nv mn im'th
DvsTjensia and Dispasps ftf thp T.Irf l'l.t-Q?(.Ton ..r.. Phy
sician had prescribed fur me without mr receiving urn- hpn.
eSt, when i commenced tlie use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
Dccause ot me same nappy ellect upon others of my acquaint
irce. JOSEPH CAROTULRS.
Hotsville, Ala, March 8, 1852.
Da. BleOSQE: Sllt: Jlldine from thp cprlifipnlp rnn
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
10 add further evidence in recrard to ihe heahmr rinnpn !
your Compound; bull unst s.iy, that for years I suffeied a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen.
ami mooiu iuai i never wouia recover, i commenced taS
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
lb or 3o pounds, and feel about as nell as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
3""Tie above medicine is forsale in everv Drn.-r Sinn, in
the city, and most of Ihe towns in the State. G. W. UEN
DERSIIOIT, General Agent, for wnolesaleing tlie mcd
icinc TPrice $1 per pint Bottle. novlb lvd tr
DR. VM. McLAlNE;
ETDLA.N AKD GERMAN ROOT DOCTiTR
RESPECTF ULLY announces to the citizens of SashviU
and vicinitv. that he has returned airain after rrsi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and pcrmanentlyls
cated himself in faouth Nashville, at the comer of Was!
tngtoiift.nl rcarl streets, where he may at all times be fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from mm f
eminent slunding certifying to the permanent cure of the
niosi hiiressrng cases oi in ioiiowwg diseases viz: Ser-
vous Affections Uvcr Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills end
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds Coughs Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, "Weak Lungs, Fits Drotisies
Cancers, Ulcers. Scrnffiilous. Ilemontasis of thp I .nnws. nrt
either Hemorages; Di-rrhoaL, Diseases of the Kidnevs, Mer-
curmi aou i rutnsu iu;iiu ui ine moou; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms aud Various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, lie attended lo over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with mere
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLaiie hopes from his much experience in the Medk
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain ihe confidence and patroua-re
of the sick and afflicted. "
Nhvi!le, Feb a ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
ygAU Ietlersaddressed. past-paid, to South Xashville.
DS. FRASK'S ilAGirETIC OIKTStEIiT.
MR. WINTERS had lostr.earlr nil of his hair and
Jri, had been bald for many .years; by tho use ottiree lot
ties r,f the Zl.nmelic Ointment, had "hU hair eatirdu re-
etorot, and now has as beiutiful a head of hair as any man
eould wish. His age is about 7.0 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14. years cf age, had
been aliheted with IbeAsthaj. from his cradle He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and'
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggrivaled cases I crersaw; he was emaciated al
most to a tJ.'eleton: By the use. of a few bodies of the Oint
ment he v.aAtJtorouptdg cured, and for sevtn months past has
enjoyed robust heafth-
Tnis was an exireme case Of ijlimMtfhn ff the fpZem;
of loog standing; has a"vaicty of treatment from no less than
tiglt different physicians without receiving benefit was
cured bv the u-eof only four bottles ofthellagneti; Oint
ment. Tins wasfiHirnioivhsagoand the lady a Mrs-. Dun
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
hou.-ehold duties. 1 have treated two cases of Chronic iore
Epti with the Ointment, both of the patient n nearly
hfind, as io need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of Them hail been afflicted IS years, the other
about Oj-ears. They had tticd the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; and oneof them hed been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen mouths and had expended hundreds of dollars in
va.n efforts 1 1 effect a cure They are now by use of Jlie
Magnetic Ointmen1, nearly or quite cured; and arc able to
icad and attend to any ordinary bu-iiness. I have ncd the
, Ointment in a number of cases of Piles and in rji cuw l,ait
fail<guivy immitmte relief and gexeratfff a jvrj.iai'ent
cart. I have alsouscd it benetlcially In severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last hut not least, I have within the last year
ntc I four p-ipsof CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
Mo..ia tiioiough trial of the Ointment in nearly every -
disease lor w tutu it is recommended, l can conimenuy re
commend it to be one of the most u-ful remedies ever of
fered to the public l!e-pectfullv Yours.
BURTON HDBBELL, M
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
Thecharactcrof ibis Ointment as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. Thcieare quitea numherof indi
viduals who iwcribc their restoration to health to the use, cl
this extiaorituary Ointment.
For sale by H. G. SC0VEL.
BERRY A DEM0V1LLE.
mayfl CARTWRIGHTA ARMSTRONG.
COACH M A N Ul'ACTflUER,
No. Cuek Stkeet, NAsnviLLB. Tents'.,
Xextdcor to IL S. Fnarli Grvccry H'areloase, and op
poiite. 3frru d StridlonU
ALL kinds of carriages for sals, with harness rvK-sek,
to suit. All woiksold by me is made at 52?t
Ihe Clark Street M-unuaetor?, and warranted, and will be
sold m as good Terms, lor Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East,
Repairing done with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving woik to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. fmarl.1.
THE thorough bred Jack. MAIHNGO MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will mako
ms first spitson in Tennessee at Cai-ey Snrine'in
Mof-li ,tl -m.ntr fii-a ntilps beloW the Gsllint. fnr.t in l)r)r1r
River, at thirty-five dollars insurance and fifty cents groom'
fee. Jennets 'sent from a distance will be pastured gratis,
and grain fed, if requireu. at fifty ceuts p,r week. He. is
full fifteen hands two and a half inches high, good honest,
measure, unustudiy largo bone, and heavy; black, with
mpalvnosp. He ha the form. size, color and blood in' re.
commend him higldy to those who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him tlie matter Jack of Tennessee;
Forfitrther particulars see band bills.
KNIGHT & WILSON.
NQTTfTK TO "tyvSTTrf'TT TRAVELLERS.
f -rpnROUGH-Ar l'eansvlsana andOhio Railroad - Phil
r X ailejphia to PUtsburc, Pi., Uassillnn, Woosfer, Clcve
iaa, loieannwambirsUiiicinnau, Indianapolis,-lauayette,'
.TerieOJaute, Cttiriisji, anUMi&ankic Tbroujh by Railroad
Shortest -and qiricipst' route fromthe Atlantic Citieslo the
jrea-J-Hest. Pfej-gtrswill tin-dthis
day r Alli.
honey,jLiiptiCltiieaV"liaIcheIorT leaves PitUlmrg Tues
.av; Cnta! JJace, Capt.il Kpunti.ItiiTeaat-anrWed
i and lodging ouooanl
extra- Pittsbnrg to Cincinnati, c; Lcuisville ?3; St.
" vFitre-t hrotsgh Tjy-Rai!roa3 from Phi!adcir2iia to Pittsburg,
$9 iis MateiUOnj 5IjQlevelaod,lao;ManstieHnd Crest
line, ilfj Columbus.iia 6.1; ToledivlS; Cincinnati, (via
Ci-estlitlS) $"r3;'Chlciigo, f via? Michigan Soatlrcm K R.)
Id "to. - if ciucago, WmssegTU--Jveonsna,- JIL, jtacinc,. Jlil
waukie,Kli"eb6jgjn, Wisconsin, via JJetioit .end Michigan
riirair.aiIro33,jlK ' '
The Cars will leave tha Commas wealth's Station. K.E.
Comearof Schu Ikill Fifth and Market Streets, whre tickets
w tjuu w pnrcuascn 01 muirnaci jfocx, AgcnLr ot uia ciaie
.ana-uoiuoiBia itai(roaO(.tTje-v -. . - -
The morning Express, Train through. to Pittsburg, CTere-
.tiu, UlUtllltOLI UIIU tUIW),1V V. ill lertl i UCJOUA, iX. 41.
Through to CiucinnatLin SJ-hdursr';
The night Mail Train at 10JI M. Through to Cincin
natf la 4ishlmrs iacludingcne night's comfortable rest at
tPittsburg.. - - .. .
The chive lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
'risburg, Lewistown,- Huntingdon, Jlollidaysbnrg John-ston-n,
Grecnburg, and intermediate places.
Nones. In cal-e of loss, the Company will hold themsel
ves responsible for personal baggage only, tmrl for ah anRrant
not exceeding aiOO. TUGS. M00RE, Agent.
June 4 ff. . Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for iterriiburg, via Colum
bia and all intermediate places',- will leave the above station
PKS ft SVIiVAIV IX KAILltUA .
THIS road cow complete, Itoppna a communication be
twten P.tiaburir an I I'liiIaUelnbra.n'rPlttibunr ard Baltl.
mors. By width Krright frirn the west can reach an eastern "
cmrKeiqnicxerand clivaperthan ny any tlie pres nt rival
ohUj: thny connect wiih the .tally pickets at Pittsbuz,
frnin St UtulsvLonbvil e, Cincinnati, Whpelinr, and at! the
different points oaths western waters. Also with the Cle-'e-lind
add Pltr-burir Kail Koad, and Ohio ai.d r'enn.ylvanla
lail Houl at Pittsbar-r. Cars ran through between Pittsburgh
and Hh ladelpbla withouttran-blpmeni nf freightanadvan.
truothat cad be apprtx-iaud by alt shippers.
.In ee of obstrucalon t f nnvi(-lltm ty lee ot low water
frulzhts wustwanl can bo f.irwirded from Pitisbcnrto Cln
.ctunall, or towns In the Interior by Railroad.
1 1 ks vt hii;k;ii '
Between Pituburgand Phttadclplilaor Btltraore.
t'irt Vtlli. Writer i'rmaer
Dry Goods, Boots and Stationary Boots,) r 100 ns.
Phrwj, urns and rarueliD, f umundlol tl 5cf.
tries, feathers, Saddlery, tic. J
Set otnl ClasM.
.Brown Shret'ne de r-hlrtii g in Bales,')
Drug Glues W re, Orocernrs. except Co.'-! ESets. CO cts
uVo, H ird ware- Hollow Ware, Hachlnt ri , f
Oil tloth, Wool . o.c. J
ton. f.n winter. 1 Cneemware. Tallow.!
75 cU. SO cU.
Ttibuceo. in te-for -Manufact tud, haat-f
s mi rin t'inss.
Bacon, Totton in inuimer,) Coffee. laird)
an.l UrdOil.-(ltirouirhJ Por?. in full car-i
65 cts. 40 ctr.
loads at owners risk. . j
Oeu. C. Fraiicicns,
Freight Agent, PUitixr.
E. 3. Sncedrr.
Friigit Agent, PkiUlelfUtt,
.tlagm-vr & Ji.n
Freight .Iscntt , Baltiatre
Freight j)gett:.X. IVest tt , A. V.
hi. 11. Cltitiston,
Ue. Freight Agent, Piiladelthia,
march Iff, 1353-ly
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL tfc CUNNINGHAM,
Na 47, CotxEQit Steect, NasnvniE, Tesk.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY for the Sorine Trade, and in cailins
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentucky, and North AIalma,toibeir!argeond varied
assortment, they feci confident that it will compare favora
bly with tliat ol" any House in any counter, and when tlie
Hem of Transportation is considered, jt will be found .that
tlf.interet should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home market.
They alsf invito the attention of Blacksmiths Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Na-hville to their assortment of Tools
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock cf n Inch they always
keep on haad.
FealTiert, Ginseng and IStairax. taken at the hiirhest mar
ket prices in exchange fr goods, or in payment of debts.
ren. mi, it3.
J. II. Harrow' I'nlent XMantntioa
THIS ilill differ, from all others in the construe Hon of
the upper or Kunclne Mone, which Is composed of
French Burr BlocHs, et c'oed in a cast Iron Case, 'vhlch
forms theback and Loop, f thaBtone with a Cast iron Eye.or
Bush, than isofgrealerextenialdiacu-ler at thp bottom that
at the top, which Is secured tothu back by fourbolts,so that
every block is in the form of a dure tall which riven greater
strcnzib. to a Stone than any other mclhnj which is required
In small mills, whtrn the none Is run with great speed, and
becor.iesdiEzerouj tf wit strorgly made. It also gives any
weleht to a Mono of small diameter tiint is required without
having Hthick Or high, that makes it fon.beavy.
Inls mill Isasqtiart- frame rnadp of wood or east Iron, In
the form of a bnsi.wiih Br dgc. tree, spindle Balaoee, Blag
Driver, and Ke;uUt'n; Screw, and grinds u on the same
principle as a lane mill, differing only iu the Ifunner Stone;
this being of grratweichtenabUs It to grind nearer the cen
teragrealcr qoqntiU of grain witble s power than any other
millnowin use. Ihis mill iiportaMe,andmBy beatlached
to steam, water, hnrse or hand ;tiwer.
.ALSO, all sizes or Drench Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the ahie principle.
Jost-ph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is tho Inventor, for
wblrh lioobtaiued Lctl-M Patent in 1842. Por alilnfringa
aent tho purchaser uill bo held responsible ftjrthe right
TheseMillsdonot require Ji!Irfr;ht to sstthsmcp; and
all that is necessary topUgithci'u iu-operation.ls to attach a
hand to the pulley on the i"intile, with a drum a!ScientIy
largo to run a twei ty-foar inch Mill 240 revolutions per'
minute, attarhed to Oin, Meeci.cr Water 1'ower. By the
steady application of iwotore powor the Mill will grind ar
to "8 bushels peT hourof rood meal-and will grind wheat
as wellss corn. 1h thirty Inch in II, if pulio Its fullest
speed, wli grindfrom ton to firteenbusholaperhour.
Ttie-a mills aro warranted to be In uiery reaped si recom
mended. Ittan-rions ron irsiito. Plsec your mill aboatKtfeet from
the Drlvirg Pullei In a 'evel r-t-l'ion; make the belt of
I ather six or eUht inches wfite. Give iho Btrtne'.'4ti retolu
tions a mlnate wlh the sun. Keep the uc fc and step of
the Bundle well oiled. PJaeo t'neturon the back of the;
Hnniting stone. In Uiossnipwayaa tho Cross on the Driver,
that ls,thowaylhej are trimmed to rurt.
Kcfor tuThos. I'uferson, Esq.,of Highland conn'y.Ohio,
Jpsso B--at,Eq .ofCtlnlou cttuiity hto:C S. Bradbury,
Esq . of Cincinnati, and a namber ofo'hrrs.
All orderedirtxt-dto J01IS K. BOOJIAS,.
So. 52 broadway, Naihyllle, Agei.t Tor Mlddleand East
Ter.n.ee, or J H BtlKKoV.rf,
JanSC d.tr-w.t&w.ly. West Front st Cln.O,
TJiroKTA.vr to ikon manufacti-
i JtEKS.-sIAMES BENTON , of New .rk. New Jersey,
has discovered a proee-s for manufactui ing wrtHtglit iron
directly from the ore, with wixxi or minerale-ia!, styled by
liim an on-wo'ding furnace; fun impravemcnt in tlie mauu
facttue of1 iron lorg sought after, but never successfully at-,
tained until Mr. Itctiton's discovery, and tvhich produces at
h single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent have, been
granted hini for his dtacove- yind wenre the appoi.ited agent
lor the sale of fghts, aud its introduction throughout tt,e
Wes and as the pre- ent h'gh price cf iron is indncmgmani
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without beinjaware
of the giest advantages this new and viduable inven
tion hasovcrany other known mole, wethink.it butsubsei
yirg the r iuferestt(i thus early impi ess upon them the im
portance of Txneji.iminaiiouof'tlie mtrit ot this late inven
tion before embarking iri any other made for making iron,
assuring them of it entire .success and practicability, as de
anoustratcd by the furnaces now in successful operation afta
it is not our purpose" in this advertisement ta speak par
ticularly of Hie' almiHt Incalculable advantages tb s process
possesses' over all other mudes.for making Iron; (as this is
ciaiUined in our circular, nhich w will be pleased to mail
to jhe addressof any one Mtcrestedlmha matter,) but to
call the attention of those "at reinvesting in the. manufaq
turn ot Iron, and respce ft. .nvite an examination of the
furriiice.we are crectbitj in tc. city, and which will be in
Prntion by tlie &m June nex', onuine iurnaccsoi me
American Iron .Company in Newark New Jerev, now op.
..:n ..t.; .t J r-it iivit rr
Uinemnati, June l--w.
. - PATEUT CHOPPma T.HXl,
For Chopping Cora or other Grain,
An. arliett. cAiiA r Farmer tliould hue.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock And is' so .simple iu its coustructiotl, that any boy
twelve years old can, Jteep it ii) order and run it. It is adap.
ted to either -rSteaui, AVater or Hone l'ower.
Having sold the enlire right of mannfactcring'and sellhtg
the above Mill, 'n-Tennessw, to Messrs. .1. R. Cowan an$LA.
0. Howard, Of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
gnd tlieulat J. JUSeabnry'sotj College streev where tliey
jiiU be happy to take orders. liUSS & ADAMS.
T - 1''V v
I M ,
augs?. . i
ANTEl) TO BUYVl .thiJ office, r?
TniErrnefirioes Tho highest mariiiei pneo wm us
giren it application is made noun.
the most nleasaut
luuicto ...uficaos, umyjsu lo Uincinnxtl; l2taLoais-
yille;-3ltl to Sti Lorfs, VniTennsvvania Railroad, an the"
CaptM V Rpitshoover, Iear.es Pittshurg"SundaT: Kcrsione
Biaie. "Japi vHarie? nuine. leaves I'lttsburtr Non
-. H. Q. sooyel, ,
. Drscgfet and Apothecary,
,. Korth tide- ofV TuUic Sptare, 3 doori il'est of &
Wtoleaodo and Retail Decler la '
PACrra, Bcxsbjb, Praronay, ' '
Powdks, Oils. Dm Stctw,
Fasct ARiT&ts Snor, YaaJrrsEia, -Glass;
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS,
"WASHITA OIL STONES,
Drags, Medicines, Ckcmieals, &"c.
Azrirtgp, AfarcV 11,, 1853. .
r 1 flfi "S-PRINTER'S INK Winter, Spring, Sum
l Jf-iiy, nwi'IdFallXewsofihebptqtiality,forsaIoby
H. O. SCOVEL.
ER.FMv??FS?ED3' t LanarctlvRisler and
thBScrs;torydeby - TL oTsCOVEL.
in'R.ISS SEEDS. ihTarietT.torsap t,? ! "
VJT marcbU , - - H. G-.SCOYEL, , I
LYON-'S HATHAIRQN, forthe Hair-thisarticl Upop
clar m err 1 oriccitv. as an adminM-
and mi effectual remedy for "baldness-and fsdlingoff tne 4
LYONS ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER, fcr Dyspep
! eia. Gout. Rheumatism. Cramn. Cholera Morbus. CbrJir
I Ac, Ac, whjch is cne ofthebest preparations of theday a
inai win convince toe lncreuuious lor saie uy
- marchll H. G.SCOVEL.
-I ALYANISM Christie's Belts Bracslebj, Fluid, Rings
VJ ana riasters, torsate by uieomy agent m Sashrille,
T ANQU0KN & ARMISTEAD'S SUPERIOR T0BAO
XJ CO, for sale Wholesale and Retail b
RIFLE I'OWDSR Connecticutacd Tennessee Rifle Pow
der, warranted best quality, fur sale by
marchll U. G. SC0YEL.
FOOT, Refined Tanner's Lard, Linseed and
CastorOilsforsaleby H. G. SCOVEL.
SMITH'S SUGAR COATED PILLS, iusf received and
for aale by marll H. O. SCOVEL.
rpEAS Black, Young Hyson; Imperial, Gunpowder, and
X Extra Carious Black Tea. These Teas are of good
quality and bare "given satisfaction, for sale by
marchll IL G. SCOVEL.
"VTOTICE. In consequence ol the Fire on Friday mora
Jl ing, we ere compelled to suspend business" for stune
time, butwiircocmencQ aga.n as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, "of which due notice willbe given. In the
meantime we tvqe our trieads who are indebted to us, and to
Ewln. Brown & Co.. will ccme forward and settle un without
delay, that we may meet our own engagements promptly.
W'ecin be found at No. 18. on the -square John Nichol a
We would also take this occasion to express our rrateful
thatiks to those, who hare kiudly favored us and our prede
cessors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens to whoscr exertions we are mainly indebted fur
what of enr goods were saved, and to those kind friends who
sympathise with us in our loss.
ICDS ilVIS HKOTHKKa.
THE GREFENJJEItG DISENTERY SYR
DYSENTERY. BLOODY FLUX. CHOLERA MORBUS,
CHOLERA INFANTUM, and the Asiatie Cholera.
It never fails fo cure the worst possible cases of bocrl
comnlaicts iu a few hours. It is tnireir vegetable, and taken
In thnist anv quantity is perfectlr harmless.
Most remedies in. use tor jJiarrnea,tKupUiertcrcsot the
intestinal canal andonlr for a time alleviate the disease bv
preventing the expulsion of the acrid fluid, which will al
most in variably pour forth again, with increased violence,
though nature sometimes overcomes the evil, while tharem
dy alone bears off tlie praise. Not so with the Dysentery.
Syrup. Its ingredientare the natural antidotes to these complaints-
It changes the nature of the Quids and causes their
explusion in a natural manner. It does not leave the in to in
flame Uie surface of the stomach aud bowels, but attacking
thecarse, it neutralizes them, and the diseaseimmcdialel?
subsides. Tlie operation of the Syrup is threefold. It im
mediately reaches the seat of Ihe diseass and arrests it
courser it instantly soothes pain and restores the-aystem 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 healthy functions.
THIS MEDICINE NEVER FAILS. A complete cure
is warranted. Price only 50 centsper bottle,
junelo. ALEX. MACKENZ1 E, Agent for the State.
A Clergyman Of Nashville informed me la-t season when the
Cholera was threatened, that in, one weeSc he cured 21
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bottles of
this DysenterySyrup. A. JI.
PRINTED LINENS 1 PRINTED LINENS ! !
At aVo. 9, Vnicn Street.
JUST received(direct import ation) oue Case Linen Dress
Goods, containing a great variety of Stvles and pat
terns which will be sold 23 percent less than, the usual
Price. Also, a variety of dress (hods consisting of Beniges
Lawns and Muslins for styles and prices sre imsnrpassed
bv any in the market. Gimps Fringes, and Trimmings of
all kinds constantly on band. The attention of the Ladies
is particularly requested to oar Stock of Goods before pnr
chasing. maygA THURSTON & BERNARD.
BUENA YISTA. WATER CURE. 1653.
A. WEBB EC, M. D. W. A. EDVOXD5, . D.
Dns. WEBBER & ED3IONDS,
TAKE pleasure in aunouncirg that they aie now ready
forthe reception of patienia at their establishment at
lluena Vista Springs. Ths romantic, healthful and
picturesque character of the locality at Buena Vista Springs
IS so wiueiy alio, gciitircilljr aiiu'tu iiitungu uic utwicroita
risiiors lviio auouoiij nmn ut lite yiaix ivr :u mcujuiiu
waters, that the proprietors jet ui it neccssarr to say but
visitors who annually resort to the place for its medicinal j
little on the subject. The country is wild and broken,
abounds in game, is exempt from epidemic invasion, has an
uucenfined and Balubriousatmospncrr; and the establish,
mentis supplied with as abundtneeof pure running free
stone water, equal to any in the State.
Dr. Webbhi is a physician of forty years' experience in
tlie active practice of his prnfession, and has just returned
from a tour through the Northern end Eastern States, dur
ing which he visited the best water-cure establishments io
the country and enjoyed ample access to all tlie best sour
ces of information on the subject,
Dr. Eduoxds, though a vounger practitioner, has several
years experience, and brings with him into the establish
ment the professional devotion and energy incident to the
earlier periods of life. Tho means for unnsement and re
creation arc ample aud free of charge.
Teems. For Board and treatment from 8 to $10 Per week.
Patients arc expected to bring with them two blankets, two
comforts or a feather bed, six large crash towels two sheets
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
charged for such extra.
This deliirhtful Summer Retreat is now onen &S,
forthe recection of Visitors. It is situated on i
the Nashville and Louisville (via Mammoth Cave)
Turnpike Read, twenty-one miles from Nashville, It is ac
cessible to NashviDe by a line of daily stages od by numer
ous other modes of conveyance. The great notoriety of its
various mineral Springs renders it entirely' unnecessary to
jpeakof their invaluable properties. Tlie Hotel is neatly
fitted up; and, for the extent of its seals and its admit able
adaption, it is not equaled by any fashionable resort in the
State. The proprietor roost resjiectfully solicits the patron
oge of the public generally, and confidently hopes, by care
and attention, to Batifv his visitors.
N. B. A full supply of ICE or the season on hand.
may? dAwm. Porra-ietor
WE laic pleasure in anm tricing to our numerous friends
and patrons that we r now ready to accommodate'
alt who may wish to avail themselves of the benefit of our
place Extensive preparations bare been made for the aim
tort both of the inralid and tlie man of pleasure. It were
needless fcr us to attempt to set forth the value of our place,
in a medicinal pciut of view. "Many, afflicted with various
diseases have visited us and afrcr a few weeks sojonrn,
have gone away cither entirely etifed or greatly relieved
particularly such as have been afflicted with Scrofnla, di
sensescr the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive System in general. Of these facts there's an abun
dance ol proof, and many who hare certified tolhenl, and the
same bave gone forth to the aBlicted people. And toe have
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, enred
sound and wclL with us, to-be seen as testimony to our dec
Uraiion; one of which was almost hopeless case.
We are in Macon county. Middle. Tennessee, -t miles east
of Lafayette, our county seat, Co or TO miles from Nashville,
45 miles turnpike, and tlie balance high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson connty. Hartsrilie, Carthage, Gainsboro',
Tomiinirille, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac.
SAM. E. HARE, J
J. A. TAYLOR, J- Proprietors.
mavl3 tr wSm S. U. PEYTON. )
BUENA VISTA SPRINGS.
Drs. W. 4 E. further inform the public that the above
justly celebrated anil delightful watering place will be ready
tenmrnlHca Will berea.iv
, . rT rrC i
foruereceplionofTitowontbe.lstuf June. The bouse
wilt be rurnislied anew with bedding, .toweling, ,ciirnurg.
Ac. Ac No pains orhiborwill be spved to make the nlnce
conform to the rational expectation of those who may visit
it. The places of amusement art undergoing thorongh re
pairs, and important additions, and will be fiea of extra
Buena Vista Spring?, Logan connty, Ky,, April T, 1553.
TTA,sttvtt.t:e: TOBACCO MANUFACTORY,
Xo. 43. on College, near Proad Street.
THEsitbscribers-aremaunfatturing Tobacco i rrom. Tan.
nessee, Kentucky, and Missouri Leaf, which t&ey ar
rant as goodaml. nflf sell as low, as any Tobaccoa thesame
quality manufactured ebewhere. IV o solicit a call from
dealers generally, as Tobacco of our manufacture will be
found to rive gcodsahsfaction, and bay the dealer a fair pro
touna togivego jjrjsgjjutij- & C(j Manufacturers,
No. 43 College, ntar Broad streets Nashville, Tenn.
march -1' tlj
VALUABLE LAND FOB SALE.
I OFFER fcr sale 350 or 400 acres of Land, lying from
one to two miles from Murfrepsbore, on. the "Nashville
Turnpike road, and on tbe Nashville and Chattanooga Rail
rad. Tire land has. on it A small dwelling house, and a
saw and grist mill, and as" it can be subdivided into several
small farms, tt affords a good "opportunity for persons wish
ing a home in a pleasant country, on rich lands, od within
'.convenient distance of good schools churches, Ac. Terms
liberal. Title indisputable. For further information,, ap
ply to W Spisci, Murfreesboro', or to the subscriber
V3 W. U MDBFREE.
Maxfreesboro', Auguft Z, 1852 eotf
Br T1ZE I'i'ESIDOF THK .UNITES
TT?5o?Sc?.or.!?r. I. FRANKLUT
, ucicmr ueciare aod malt
krwn. that rbltCsaIe,rfthc4
sWeof the Une of thellohit ita rfut?u0uc','''ei3
tince oi ine nnhiio i.a. .
provided bv i4 1
Offices in-theB.Ttor At ! i wfrttaf Uie rirIB
mencirgon Monday, the T h toTrf1 Pr- Bra
thedisposal ' tZlt: &
uu.-uiwnea lownsmcs to wit: .
Xvrth oftitla3lLitCMlirit of a-l&i'f -
I- JOTOS',!l'?flM4fe,orangaoic. - tr 1
range 'rteii. -; ,.,-iu;.vot
Whips Kr four, fire, ,Tr, tiAft-
Swtfr-cf- Ue toae iie and ut ,T , ,
' t ii7C rnutr-
theds. jaj of fuclTsecuoasand ut.
odd Dianbere above tefenpr! i r.Sf''VW1
r next, tor
odd nuniUra above refenedto. ,ruitT1
aerrrnuoned townsh.pa to wic '-'jj, ua-
ntv'f '" KutS 'r?d merlin
Townships emlteen nineteen, and. twni r-
mencuiKon Monday, tbe fifth day of SenfemrivJ c
disposal of such sections and parts o?secraSa! Si
odif numbe above rtferred CwSrf
derctentioned townships to wit: a ' "
Xortk JO c4 ftAeprincipcl mmdx in
tie tovtiern turrrjtnfduiriZ
Township firentjn', of range rocn.
At th? birf effice at COLUMBUS, in MississiW corrraeB-
cmgon Mondav, the nineteenth day of SepternertTS
hednosalofauch sections and parts of sraTl'tir?
the od J numbers .bore referred to, as- are sJtaaled ia u5
undermentioned tewnshi, s, to wit
Airt ef&c bastlu,, aUeast of tte Chxfew nerid&u
fJ'rr:' "Cn!"' ,nWcac4
TownjhipeA( tM.hcelre.tkirteenJouHenJifyen ,.
Townships eight, nine, ten,ttetin, kceUe, Ihirleen, fear
teen, fif.een. sixteen, uunteut. aid -227
ramre lETesTXicV- '
Townships . nine, ten, eleven, tnlrt, tiirtan, fa
W and ujs uf range ucati w. '
Townships eight, nine, ten, e-evea, andftfrfre. of
At the Land Office at AUGUSTA, in the sune Stale, com.
dermeutioi ed towitLips, to wit:
.wrvt or uit case lust and em t of ti Gectxvi meridjin.
Township foar of rarge thiktiw.
Towndiips OM. tico. turee. four. See. and V kr
rocirrtrit. " " ' "
TeanhipTons two, three, four, fire, six. and rfc.ot
rangp nnirx. 01
Townships ctiej.ee. six, and enet, of rarge isronsar.
Township ttcen, of range ttouTiajc.
XortAcU lose line, vest f(kt mcridiat, anitatir Ftvrt
Townships three, fvur, ,slx;rerr, and tktt, aC
range five. "
Towushipsf, ttr, sewn, eight, nine, and tin, of rsurja.
Townships tetew, efp"f, nine, and ten. of range -ere.
Townships eight, nine, and ten, ofrai g e iJot.
The townsbi herein designa-etl in roman Uttert rs
tvholly within the limits otsix sections ia jdth cn each,
aide or said road, and thne in iiiA'en are parCy within paid
limits, as designated on tic diagrams, which wilIU fur
niched to the respective district land cfSccs by toe Com
missioner of the General Land Office.
Lands reserved Sir schools, trulitary; and other parroscs
will be excluded from sale. '
The lands will be sold tubieet to ihe right oi" way mn'e'
by the said act ol 20lh St-ptcuiUr. 1b30, o the States afbie
said, for said railroad, not exceeding ese hawL ed, feet tm.
each side tbctesd; and tbei efiTO the particular tracts of lai d
which include tlw road'will be sold onctintainrrgthe num.
titles respectivelv shown b v the tfCeial plats.
Each sale will bo kepf rpen fi.r a time sii8Tcent fo admit
orotuenngallthe lands butjiorexceeding iwo weeks, and
applications to male privale entfas of ifce lards rflered
under this proclamation will not be receied uniil aXter IS,
close cf tbe public sale.
Given under my hand at the city of Washingion, th
twenty-third dayofMny,annoD.ninf ote Ihou-and tight
bundled and 6fiv-hiee. FRANKLIN PIERCIw
JOHN WILSON. "
QmuiiMtiantr tfthe General Land. OgUt: - I
XttieetaheivdJ-settlerson ladtnftie rnitfT 1:tes orighaL
It KVhdravmrom. aartet cn aecomt of tie railroad
j Under act of Congress, approval 3dJIarcb, 18Mf nf itled
I "An act to ettend t.hMmntMinrwhl. li,.rfRin I..J. tl ...
in mentirjred,'ile i Wwptior, lawsof tleUnited States
mey now exist areexiermett over lheairernale;iesrried rec
tions of public lands alorg tLe line oi the railroad beieii be
fore mentioned, where the settlement and.izr.pnenient
wprr iniutp rvuyr-ta tit ..7a... r tl. i. .
r : . ....... ... . i. n. vi .i c i cv-
tions to the said railroad- Theiefitte. all chum lr envem.
ticn to any of be aliernale sections of t ublic ianda within
the limita originally leserved will attach, if predioited up
on sotiemema made prior tuthe 4iU Ftiiuarri 1SC3. tie
dateof the final aIlo:nienL "
Claiuvs with'n tlie six-miles limits "most fee proves up at
any ; time beforetheray fcaiein fixed forirrceopuBcnccnient
of the public sales aria are to be paid for at tho rate of two
dollars and fiity cents eracie. Claims outside of the six
miles, and within thelimitsofthe original rcervation, must
be proven up prior to the restoration of said lands top inie.
Soldiers' bounty land warrant., at dollar ahdt wenty-Sva
cents per acre, may be received m payment for eitl-er cbss
of lands; one warrant only, however, can be located by each
Immediately aflcr the close of Ihe public rale directed br
1 1 e foregoing pmclamation otthe President, applications will
be received (bribe pind-aeat private en I rv. or location by
warrants of the lands' reserved to satisfy tliu grants outiiria
of tbeiix miles limits it such order a A m prertnr confusion
and insuie accuracr, ia accordance, utth iiiatniclioos. to ba
issued to the registers aud ieceivers.
law 13w JOHN W7LS0N,
June 1 2 Gjtnmisiioner of tie General land Ojjiee.
UNITED STATES MATT. ITNS.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York &ad CMrlestcn.Steaci Packets.
LEA ESAdger s V. harres every Saturday
afternoon and each al If mate ednesdar.o
On Saturday. J as. Adcer- l..nosi ion 5
J. Dickinson, Commandsr Alurlun. 1.20O tonsTMrfierrv
The Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, wHl les.ru
each alternate V.'rfucsday. Having bcenutewlf coppered
and guards raised is now in comple e order.
. For freight or passage, having elegant Stale Room Acaoas
modatiou, apply at the oJicaof iho Aptut,
' CornerEast Bay and Adger's Son. "Wliarrea.
Cabbin pusiwge"iz- Slcexaga $i
N. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to cosrsct
with the Southerner cn, Wednesdays. febl?-trw
HYEES tt HcGUl
oeai.ees w mtr ceacaarno.f or
Ladies' and GcnUenea's Faniixhiiig aad Faacy fimdff.
On CbHeae street, one door South f lU .Sjaar.
en Bosoms Oil gham. and French Chintz, Standirg and
Byron Collars-, Underwear. Merino, Shaktd SIH. Cash
mere, Viganiav Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and gentlemen,. Gents. Cloth Gaiters Gloves Kid axd
Silkj. Buck. Cashmere, Ctotb, Chamois. Wailr Norma,
Cun Gloves ahd Lad'es and Gentlemen's Gauntlets Liren
and Silk- Handkerchiefs Stocks Ties Wsterfbrdat A It art,
De Joir.ville's phun, Emb'd and selfadjustins?,- Cravata-Scarf-s
Black, and White Sarin Ties ShriuJderBnires.Su.
fenders Silk; Woolen and Cottou Night Caps, Oil Sittc Bath
ing Caps for Ladies' and Gentlemen. 3Ion.ii,, Rif rjr and
StrcngUieningBelt.'i.Rrbede Chambre. Umbrella 'Walk
Itidtrr? Wbhis Trunks Scle" LeatWr:- iIum.
I .. . , -t- rw.:...n. Ti.t . .
i carpel nags, v., tum ihkm, it
I letgOryloascs Porte Monies. Fans, Writlfa ;esk
I raSsr Cases Hasks, TtatelTng Cemn,ni0n.i. Eazot-and
Kmot Streps. Ccmbs, Brushes, floud rear's Cnm Go.
JPcrfumery-Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cnflerr, Ac. and
a large asortunV of other articles, onnllykcpt by ' fur
AVehavemadearrangsraenlswilh cur fnends tlfh
North to forward rrj Goods as sf,n as received by Jfienj,
therefore we shall bare goods here in lessthan tea diita.
from tlio Ne w York Custom House.
.,. Jn-EBS & SIcGiLI.'a.
Furnishing Store, College stieet, 1 doer So tub of lie,
Square. Nasnville. " .fostll
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL ft CO.
XT ORTH-WEST corner of Uie Public Square, cear Plart
ers Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
We" are drawing S;ght Checks on all lfei prineipil
cities of the Easr.South and West at the lowest rates, "ia
sums to. suit ptirchasers."
J" We buy all kinds of current Md uncnrrentBinC
Notes at moderate rates.
We buy South Carolina, Gcorg and North Carotin
Batik Notes, at a very small discount
jg-We will 4irche New Orleans and Eehrncky rao
XT We have Gold and Silver lor sale will attend to
eollei;ons--rcreiitingjrti any pomtrequesled at Bank 1 a tie,
charge biif Jjf percent. commLs-'ionj. ,
' JS7 Wo are taking Bank or East Tennessee th same AJ
t EJxONS, li Luxes Ltnutis, icveiveu tins day ba
Xa pW P.AJ.NUON
fi.r the disixjsai of such sections and parts of sections beh
tin add rMm-Ws above rtferred In n. ,:,.a r7i .. J
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