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1 : UNION AKD AIERICAJSr,
OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICI- STREET
THE WEEKLY UNION AND. AMERICAN-- famished
2 subscribers at tiro following rates r Single -copies, oue
ye in advance, ps w, tntuin tDe jcarfs oor-ime-a
- ..of the ar ft . Cicwi Qf five and upward $ - feo
ir per conr fuf on? year. Clubs of sal-cribera will bei--
.Hired for six months at (be foregoing rates .
The TRI-WEEKLY is published ererrTuesdar, Thursdar
and Saturdar, at ?3 per annum in adrauce; n. novpaia i-
adrauce, : '
The DAILY is miblished at EieUt Dollars. .
t-TIlE ;MOYNAIX CASES TOJ-CCOMPASY
Borailtancesof Fubscriptions ma be made br mail at our
paper will be sent oat of the State unless Ibe order U ao-
comp-niM with the cash.
-lA-IAGE & CHUB-XL
Wh-lesale and Setail Sealers in Boots, oes, Eats,
Caps, TnmkB, Valises nd Carpet -Sags,
COFE STEEET, XaSBTIIXE, TESS.
Cotton and Tobacco Sealer, forwarding and Commioa
. XASHVILLE, T5f.t
. S. H. PARVIN,
Srprrhandisc nntf Produce Rroker,
General Newspaper Agent,
OFFICK AND STOHB.
No, 36 Walkot ST,Clnelnnati
ap SI XT .
If. S. FRECn,
WliOI.EKALK ft KOCBR,
conmssiux m eu chant,
AKD DlttER IK
Cotton, Toltatco, and all kind of Produce.
Corner or Clarke and Market ftreets.
S. T BELL.
Wholesale and Betail Grocer, Sealer In rofeign and
Ooaestic Liquors, deceiving, orwaring ana
' Opposite Swan Uousf, College st,Xo 23.
N1CHOL & PEACOCK.
Fonvnr4i-S & Conjrni,tRiou merchants
Corner of Market and Chnrch streets,
ED H ARDS & IIA.RRIS,
FORWARDING AND CO.IMISSlO.f
Sealers in Brandies, Wises, Cigars, &.C.
CORXEK OF COLLEGE AX D CUURCH STS.
pGH MCCppU fl? W".
fcCREA & TERRASS,
Wole3ala Grown, and Sealers in. Foreign and Bo
mestic Liquors, ilcnr, Iron, Castings, Salt, &&,
Corr.tr of Broad and CMeoe tlrtftt,
J no. Llper, W. A.KPXm. K. f . ileulree
LE1PEK, HANSOM A; CO.
""Wholesale Grocers, Forwarding and Commission
HAVISG lryp ?afl cqmnjodioci Brick Ware Homes
vithln iO yards of tta Hail road Depot, will receive and
'forward Goods consigned o their care, free of dravnr al
"hltt point. (oct 10-
RAMAGE & CHURCH,
Wholesale and Betail Sealers in Boots and Shoes,
IIERR3IAK S. SAROXI,
Profcjjor of Vocal ilnsic, Instrnmental Music and
' " Composition.
T -. pne Dollar a Lpsson, payable qviarterly. Letters
c4-r&? as nlioT et iji'R prAI,!P.t5lS1,in-..
b. & MBrm; w, T-r. j. c.dkw
CARlfTIT, TERRV & DEW,
DEALERS 13 HABBWABS AKB CUTLERY.
.Mf J&'rlit LanJ 25, MircJiant St., rhitadfJpkia
lilt. J. W. GRAY.
Office in Hc-or-hs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
JSdiceta Dtadertck ail Union.
l. n. cimpsou & sons,
Wines, JJntndies, izan, Cliampri?ncs, &c.
XO. 10, REA VER STREET, XE1V YORK.
And RrK i Bastipe. Bordkacx. ma.rl6 ly.
BEX. 31. TfOELA; CO.
OB0CEBS, ANB COMMISSIOir. BECEIVIKG ANS
And Dralers. iu l'orciga and Domestic Liquors,
COLLEGE S TREET.
W. H. OOHOOX, . C, B. EEIAK.
W. E. GORDON & CO.,
atjctiq.v -vco'3iirssiqi .iterpivnts.
For the sale of Herchan'diss, generally,
janl NASHVILLE, TEXX.
I). J. CLAIEpRXEl
4 rroMXEr at l. ir,
Xo. U, North Clicnr Street,
WILL prartlce in all the Courts of Law and Equity of
Daviil'ini Comity. Prompt attention given to the
collection of claims.
Refer to Return J. Meigs Esq., Francis B. Fojrg, E9q.,
John Trimble, Ij., Riull Houston, Tq, And. Ewing,
Eq, W. F. Cooper, Hsci., Edwin II. Ewmp, Esq., Dyer
lVarl & Co Jas. It. Craighead, Esq., Jas Walker, E&q., Gne.
S. U. Anderson. lb may
A. V. pAA'IE,
4TTWRNV.Y AT L.W.
Practice, in Madison and the adjoining counties, nd will
rive prompt attention to colic ctii.f and any other business
in lilproion. feb W
LYOA'S A- CO.
Imporitrt and DtnUr in
llavnn-i Cipars, Tobacco, and nil kinds o.
Foreign Wines, Liquori, &c.
X 19, ddar Ztrtet, XathriUr, Tinnfftii.
JASEB 11. TnoKAS,
W. C. WniTTHORMK,
Attorneys a Law,
jrpWlll practice their profession in the connties of
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrence, Lewis, and Hickman,
O. KtCCKHiU!!, K. F. ALLOWAT, 1. BAN-HEAD
MACGBEGOR, ALLOWAY & CO.,
C O .11 31 IS S I O N 31 E R C II ANTS ,
C5 St. Ciu p.lfs Strelt, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
XW K F- ALLOWAY CO, Nashville, Tenn, are at
all times pi epared make liberal cash advances on ship
meats to u ftP16
J A. CFEKT. W. It. DtUV. B. E. uVeRT.
A1IS0NIA M ANUF ACTUBTN 0 COMPANY.
Ojice Xb. 10f, Public Sguart, XatkalU, 2'ainetste.
: L H. MORTON.
Boaler In Furnitnrc and Pianos, Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresse3, &c,
Phinr. Stscii. tear Chtrrv, Xathvule, lermetitt.
ALL kind., of FUl'.XITL'RE'made to Order or Repaired,
at the shortest notice and warranted. aprili hra
BEADY, GORMAN CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants,
fSTThry lwp an OtEce in Tuscumbia, Ala.
aug-S lim ' ...
.T1I. S. TREXCII, Agent, Xashvillc, is authonied to
ike CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
RA.UAUE AND CHURCH
Who'esilD and Betail Scalers in Boots, Shoes, Trnnlu,
Vallises and Carpet Bags.
Xo. 42, Gtilrff Street, Xmhrille, Tennttne.
A' EE constantly receivnig direct Irom the best tastem
T ..r..l..i n i m --ir.. iiT c. .t ml 111 r: i 1
tnfn't RvnU ami Shoct, of the Iitetl S!z-tf, suitable fur
cither Cdyor Country Trade, which arc offered Ttiyltw by
the rvclvge, dozen, or single pair. Ounnti y Mercian au'd
etl Invert urc invited to examine our Stock before purchas
m pina -ta. ......j .. . ikc. .h..
RAMAGE A CHURCH.
CH.UILES W. SMITH,
BOOKSELLER ANB STATIONER,
Xo. 51, College bTascr.
SCHOOL, Lw,' Medical Religious and Miscellaneous
BooksT Alo, Blink Books and Stationery, at lo -est
Prr-Conntn- Merchants, and School'Tcachcrs SMptilled on
the most favoi-ble terms. Xashville.Tenn..feb.2.
J. T. N ATHURST ,
ROOFER AXD JIAXVTA CJVRER -
Of TTarreCt Fire and Water Prcqf Cbmpottiton.
I DEEM it unnecessary for me to say anything in favor ot
this mode of Rooting ; the constant increase of Its popu
larity fortho last seven vcars that It has been tested In near
.Jy all parts of the Union, is the best evidesc , of its utility
tnd'valae. Tho roof shows for itself " .
KgOtSce on Sprue Street second door &om Cedar stf
rrrxTsnrFiEEcEirs ihsbbauce cojcpast oi
- KASHVILIiE. e ;
CAPITAS 100,000 -H.OSLzAiRB'lt
Cartered.by.e-. State. .
a "HIS Comp-uyliavin .uuyorpiniiea.js
now readv to take risks- on .1L descrin-
jtious fit property, agatnst-ioss .or .aamagM y,
fire. also amunfcl ocnls "of the Sea'oriitland riav -
igaiion. rui6nsTorlSu'ranceWiU'b8wiTe at the
"o!Ee ot llkraashville Insurance ted Trust Cs College St
-f.S.Disum,Sec'yt ' " ' yfelle. OCI..8, 1B5.
C0EECIX IKSBBANCE COMPANY,
caiBLESKsr, sorm rour;
Capital 8250,000: All Paid In.
I HAVE beeri EupoTme4igS?VpTlheb0To Compan- at;
Nashville, and dm Mlv prepared fMar Mahne, Fire,
T(V. aA -o -iivit ttrrllim
ti;-o- Tt; - twe tin r(vit tftrorafil?ierm
Afnll statement tf the solvcncr-ftthe Company can be
seen at theofiice of the Xa&vfllejipmanca and-Trust, Com
pany, on College street.
JOHN S. DASfllECL, Xgent
THE aiBTBAL PROTECTION INSURANCE. COMPANY
, OF NASHVILLE, XEMJ-5.
-FEICE on Cedar Street, adjoining
I I n-Tvuitothfl VRrandaKwiU insun
sure on tbe mutual pnn?
ciple. Hon Merehandue, Ac, against o.ur amageoy
. r -ij t . ' - . . .
vr,. isinmUM nn nnr of the Western waters acam. -t mo
ti..r l,,lnn,l Vnvi-ntinn n.nd ilif Carrrocs of Vessdaof
..;,... ...-... - - : , :. -
every tescnpt ion againi jne i eni oi uw.swi auu n
Abo. the Lies"of persons in rood health, for a single year.
for a term of vean, or during Jif- Also, Banknotes trans
mitted per maiL . " . . .
All r n havin-their lives or nrorjertv insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
its, witboat any liability to los Iieyond the amount of I're-
nuums wmcu they may pay.
... v I lVilv, riwiuS
J. B. JOUXSON, ViccPi-esident.
C. J. F. Wuabtos", Secretary, Tjanl
TENNESSEE MARINE ANB FIRE INSURANCE COM
FFICE on the Wh fide of the Public Square, midway
t-pen ihn Vashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
a. will mntrfl insnrancp on IImc9 and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against pre.
and tlinrisk of the nrcr: on the Uanro ol .cei JioaLS anu
other nvcr cralls, aod ou sea vessels anqoiaer cargoes, on
the usual terms. JUU si. uiii, ixesiaenu
Jrwcpu Vaitc. Secret-irv.
rtiprrmRt A1b M1L on. John M. Hill. F. B. Fonr. 'G.-
M- iorrff. .lames Corrcy. J no. Jt. as. .losonn n ooaa, cam-
uel Seay, MaUhcw Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
New York Life Insurance Compnny,
io. 106 Broadioay, New York.
ON THE HOTVAr, PLAN,
Accumulated Capital $500,510.00.
: r&ESKAK, ACTC-ET K. fK.-KI.lN, rSts'T,
TTP Total number of Policies Issued br this
Company np to July 1st, 1852 eight thousand
six hundred and cightvone.
TTPDividends made aunually on all Life Po
licies In thane of stock, bearing interest at the rate of.G per
Trp The dividends heretofore have always averaged nrom
40 to SO per cent.
Hj- Persons taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can give their note at 13 months for 40pcr ccpt of the
premium, and . ay (Hlporcent in cs'sh.
Applications fqr riits, prospectus of the company, or In
formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may be
made at the office of the undersigned Genoral Agent for the
State of Tennessoc. JOSF.PH SASH.
Office a . vv. corner Public Square,
Opposite Planters' Bank. Na hviile, aur. 10, 1B32.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
J axes Dzxox, Pres. Uenbt L. Iil, Scc'r.
Capital and Btrrplns S3oq,ooo.
Insubasce on lives of traits pera3-i tho jpint stock
and mutual pln.
also. tnswence on tno lives oi.cgrocson reasonaoie
, IL LUUJ11S,
jan 15 6m
"Etna Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Annuity Pund 150,000.
TlXCLUSIVHLYheld pledged, and appro prlated, VSS
-i with its reserved accumulations, bv the ebannrh-
and regulations of the Company, to the payment of Aiinn- :
ites and losses upon Insurance on Life, andin no eveullla
bleforother debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Tiios. K. Grace, Erej't, s. L. Loohh, Secretary;
E. A. BrLKLxv, Vice-J. w . Ketmocr, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
K. A. Bclxlet. Johh L.Boswell,
KobietBcxll. BcLiliri Mathee,'
MilxsA.Tctvl:, E.wih O. Hi?lit
Hehza Q. Psatv.
This being a Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash system, the Managers have adopted a table
of rates of premium as low as Is consistent with safety and
iu rcictr man mose oi tueaiuiuai -ompames.
Annlications for risks on white persons, received bv the
nderslgned, who will famish Prospectuseeof the -Compa-
any, and any inrormation relative thereto.
JITpKUks onelavesagalnst disexsesand accidents causing
death, taken; Polices. Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. ,U5 3 Afc:i,;cnt,
utpe. w. cRrnor ot)iie snare,
opposite Planter. Bunk. Nshvlllo,aug. 1(1, 1852.
Kobiet C. Foster, M. 1). ( OHee noDrs' 3lo5 K-
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
"TTAV1.NG, at great expense, procured the most recently
I l improved niacuincrv aim ioois ior uie consirucuon oi
the heaviett work in metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. Vi'e are
nrenared to make to order Railroad Jlachincrr. such
as JiOcomotives, Passenger, Ft eight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all wor appertaining to Railroads.
Steam Enstacs. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5"
to 500 hore povcr with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron-.
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, xvitb Circular -or Sash
Saws, embracing tholate improvements. Grist .Mills.
Engines and .Machinpry, complete, ffir Gri:t irMlsofallsizas.
Snsar 3JjIIs of tho mit rcicnt cctstniction, with Engines'
to correspond, pat up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gin .Engines to driva Cotton Gins, with all
necessary apjurrtenance made to order at short no.ee
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer fo
Eut up the engine andinstract an intelligent negro, to that
c may continue to operate the engine, &c
tra.-s and Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Sliafting, Mill Gceri-?, Water lieeh. Cast lrcn Bank
Vaults, made to order,
Inlonnatiim cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, FresideRt.
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
3 -i AAA RE W-VKD. I will pay theabovg reward
5iUU J to anv pgrscn or pa-sans, as a premium
aboTe tho market price, for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominations of 160, 60 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single rarrants ol either denomination.
B. II. BKOCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, cast side Public Square, 2d door
aoutlKil tin i iti. Nashville. octl4 m37.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
COMPETITION DEFIED ! I !
THE subscriber respectfully announces to the cili
tens of Nashville and wnToundinjr country that
he is still receiving large additions to his already im-
Gents Fashionable Spring and Sninnter Ready
which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IX THE TRADE.
Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed. Cash
mprette, Plush, Drap d'Ele, Silfc Lustre and Grass Linen
Frock; Sack, Fox, and Polka Coats, Ac., Ac, Ac
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit lliemost Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent -furnishing, arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, Ac, Ac
Alr-o, a variety of Youths' and Childrens' Clothing, from
tttreo years of age upwards. L. POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, Xo. 04 Market St, directly op
posite Union street.
51. o co.nciinn with any other house in thecity.
N. B. Not to be sold cr undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. L. P.
Country Merchants in particu.ar are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
AND FOR SALE. The subscriber, living one
mile west of Durhamvilie, Lauderdale county, offers
forsalchis TRACT OF LAND, containing 218 ACRES,
about one liair cleared and in cidtivation, with good grass
lots, an apple orchard, containing upwards of 400 bearing
trees, and some 60 difierent kind; a good now Cotton Gin;
alargo and coinmodious Dwelling House, and out houses.
The tract is well watered with stock and drinking water.
I will sell on accommodating terms, or I willtako in pay a
part, or all in Negroes at a' Cur price. ..,
junelS-lm DAVID FITZPATRICK.
UNITED STATES HOTEL"
nnilEabove nOTEI.ii!nw"r.hforthereceptionof h$.
This Ion-cstAblishiHl and well-known House has under-
, ..... . . . J t T . V . .) .;,l.
cone a thorough alteration .tliroughout, and lurnished with
1 new anil lOMunneote c i-i
, The TABLE vul alrrurs be supplied with the BEST the
maiketiUfords and tbe Proprietor trusts. tiy a systematic
I course, botli Willi kcrrauts and the regulations of the house
generally..!:- will be enabled 1o give entire satislaction to
' those that may favor him with their pafronnge t
! janiJ-lylnv ' JXO. W. -SPEAR.
O UNPOWDER-MANCFACTUltEI) BY THE
IT HAZARD Powder Comnanv of Connecticut:
1000 kcs Kentucky RiEc lWder, 2o lbs each.
SCO Lalfkec.. do .do
-do -l5 do do;-
250 qr. kegs do "do"
500 kegs Deer do
1000 kegs Blasting
500 lbs do (s kegs each)
qnn . . .1
'do '6Ji'do do;
pdo ' 25 do do;
So !5 do -do;
do' 125 do do;
-KM iui uoc tvtue
do 1 rotind.
The above powder has iu.t been received direct from the
manufactory of the Hazard Powder Comp'anj --the qualitr
of which is well known throughout the United States. All
iicrsprompiiy nnea oy application at my rwvoorjuapoi
NbHIiL'a4t"corncr5bUcurc.'NavilI." .. . v
ALSO 250,000 feet SafetyFuse otbest quaTityT
v. .-X S.TI:XOCtMI3, Agent
march!? for the Hazard Powder Company
Barc3ii.of Yards and Docks,,lst! June, 18SS. '
OEALED PROPOSALS dwlicaUtoT each class sepaW
O ately, endorsed "Proposals r Class" No: " ,t for -the.
navy -yard at MetnphiA, wiU.be' received at thisoilice until
12 o'clock- M.on the 15tb day.ofJuly next, for furnishing aiid
delivering, at-such-place op places ivithln" the- nivyyard
afis-esaid srsybefirected bythe commandant thereof, t6
matei-ials arid"urticllteiil'specified, viz:
13SI,000 best hard -umt red Cricks.. .......per M,,.,
,-'" ,V ?, r . CLASS So.S.' ', r
100 barrelsunslacked(St. Gcaerleve) lime per bbl.. .
. CLASS No. 3. MisLLAfocs4.
j,tlbasbels' clean shaip sand .per bushel..
"CTiASS No. 4. MlfcCELLAMEODS. i
ljd"fee'f 1-lnch rypress sheeting. ...per. 1,000 feet
000 feet U Inch'yeilow-plneCoorlngper 100 feet
150 feet 2-lnch white-pine plank.... por 1,000' feet
18,720 feel, board measure,c)press,30 feet. -
long, 12by U ii... per 1,000 feet
1,600 fett,r-oar4mesure,cypres,30 feet
loogi 6 by 12 rer 1,000 feet
Alltho lumber to be of the best quality,
rOl,. KDplS,rSpil-l, -r,..
defects. T " , . ,".. .-.
.1 , snaKc,anaauoinjr
- 1! barrels best Louisville cement, In bbls .. ;
of.500 pounds. ....perbarral
CLASS 1.0.6. Miscellan-OC. ;
200 -pounds pig lead. - i.'.fier pound
.8 p und jheet copper, 30 by. GO Inches- -
" (No. 12) por pound,
15 boxestln .'..per box
75 pounds block tiri per'pound .
CLASS Xo. 7.
100 bushels charcoal .....per bushel
CLASS No. 8-MiscELiAHEors.
'200 pounds EBgllhblistor-ste-I,assort'd.' perponnd
SOa pounds cast-steel, assorted per pound
SHO pounds horje -hoe iron, 1 by I loch.. per pound
2(596 pounds bar Iron, 3 by 1 l-ch per pouud
CLASS No. 3.
3. ( piles, each 30 feet long, 12 Inches diam
eter at middle per lineal foot
CLASS So. 10. MiscELLAHtocs.
5 dozen 14-lnch bastjrd flies per" dozen'
4"dozen 11-lnehi-round bastard files.. .per dozen
3 dozen 14 Inch flnbhlng flies. .'.per dozon
4 'dozen 10-Inch 3 -square tiles per dozen
i dozen horso rasps..., ,. ..per dozen
CLASS No. Il.-Misc---AXE0-S.,f; J
1C,000 pounds best quality bay ,per toff
CLARSao. 12. SIiscrllakzocs.
COO u8bol?cornv. per bushel
400 OUi-hels oats .-per bushel
B bushels silt per buthl
2,C00 poandj sheaf oats por .pound
CLASS No. IS. Miscellaneous.
20 pounds horso-shoe nails (No. 0) per pound j
1 cast-iron swsge-block, (200 pounds,) pat- " ,
tern furnished Pr ponud"
1 churn mandril ' each
1 pair 40- Inch bellovrs each
1 mousa-hnle anvil (220 pounds; per pounu
1 screw vlate, to cut from 1 to I
2 masons' squnres(steel blades).
2 2-foot folding rules
i. . each
... per pound
iu gallons lata on............ ......
1 hurrolcoal t-r..
20 pounds cine.,.,.,,,.,,,..,....
l ream santi-naDer. assurieu iws
II dozens o Russia bri-tle brushes.
HnTunMn'Ku.siabrislle brushes :er dozen
i dozen sah tools per dozen
i dozen camel 's-balr pentils, assorted. .per dozen
i! duUt knives each
is spirit levels each
G dozen masons' lines '. per dozen
JO pounds rendered tallow per pound
j pounas saupeire ........ji. jh
1 pound flourof sulphur . per pound
2 barrels tar. per pound
2 gaUous tram6ll...y,V..,.'..."..........Kr gallon
1 gallon No'. C. -per galloa
2 dozen bottles mustang liniment,,,,,, par dosen
dozsnbotUes nerve nd bone liniment per dozen
CLASS No. 14. Mcscellaxeocs.
10 reamsbejt quality ruled letter paper.. per ream
10 reams beslquaiuyruieucap paper par ream
4 quircscnvelopepaper per quiro .
1 quire Imperial drawing pape per quire.
1 .quire alius drawing paper .......per quire;
2 auirestracingnaocr,4u by 0 Inches.. per quire
600 quills, No. tV, bestquaii.y per 1'jO
4 gross uest metaucpens per C'6,'
4 dozen nen-holders per dozen
1 dozen plntbottlosbest bla,ckin'.....':per dozen
. .. ...... n . .. 1 !r.. .1 i.w A .
uo.en uo-l r.cu csiiuiuc i..ic uuu
2 -ozeh'pip'erj black tarnt per dozen
3 dozen blank books, Bto (No. 8).. ....... per dozen
dozen nieces India-rubber per dozen
12 dozen black, lead pencils, best quality,
assorted uii tI"' mob
2 dozen bo.lts taste. ...per dozen
4 dozen coin ip,ei) tape (reuj....- per uoze.i
4 noundsred sealing-wax. best Quality... per pound
500 envelopes, assorted sizes... per 100 '
For print sd schedules and form of offer, bidders are refer
red to the Nary Agent at Memphis, Tenn.
It is to be 'provided in the contract, and to be distinctly
understood bv the bidders, that the amount and number of
.'articles enumerated in classes beaded "Jliscellaneous," are
spccinea as ine jrorxiute quamuy whicu may ue require-, as
well as iq uxuaia ior aeiermmin ine lowest uiu: out me
contractor is to furnish more or less of the numerated
articles, and trt srth ciairjtiiii ?f at tufh thr,cs a the lu
reau or'cfriiiUinJiir.fmajfrtyuire, during tbe fiscal year end.
ing-UUiiiune, inoi, nuu, u sorequesieu, unui inriuer con
tracts shall be made for the ensuing fiscal year of 1 SSI-'jS;
and, whether the quantities required be more or less than
those specified, the prices shall remain the same.
All the articles must be of the best quality, delivered in
pood order, free of all and everv extra charge or expense.
and subject to the inspection, count, weight, or measurement
of the said navy yard, and be in all respects Eatisfdctory to
the commandant "thereof.
Contractors for classes headed "Miscellaneous," who do
.not resiae) near the place herp the artisles are "to be deliv
ered, will b-jj required to, nams In iheir proposals an agent at
the city or jirincipal place near the yard ot delivery, who
may be called upon to deliver articles when they shall bo
The deliveries of idl building materials may be com
.menced furthwitb, and must be commenced within sixty
days after tht date of the contract, and continued from time
to time, as in the opinion of the commandment of the yard
the wantsof the service mayTequire, and mutt be committed
tclthintltejitcal year ending ZOthJune, 1C54.
They will be measured, iuspected, counted, or weighed,
by the rules adopted by the government, ut the navy j rd:
for instructions regarding which, and for amorepartifttlar
description of all materials, reference is mada to the com
mandant of the yard; V(hw all other things are" equal,
preference will be given, in awarding the contracts, to ar
ticles of the growth, production, and manufacture of the
Approved sureties, in the full amount of the contract, will
be reauired, and twenty per centum, a3 additional security,
deducted from cacli payment until the contract shall have
bcon completed or cancelled, unless otherwise authorized
by the department
On classes headed "Miscellaneous" to be delivered as re
quired during the fiscal year, the twenty per centum re
tained mav, at the discretion of the commandment, bo paid
quarterly on the first of January, April, July, and October,
when the deliveries have been satisfactory; the balance
(eighty per cent) will be paid by the navy agent at Mem
phis, within thirty days after the presentation of bills in
triplicate, duly vouched and approved. No part of the
per centum reserved is to be paid until all rejected articles
offered under the contract shall have been removed from the
yard, unless specially authorired bythe department
It will be stipulated in the contract that, if default shall
be made by parties of the first part iu delivering all or any
of the articles mentioned of the quality and at the times and
places above provided, then, and in that case, the said par
tics will forfeit and pay to the United States,' as liquidated
damages, a snm'ofmorify equaf toi'wicp the amount of the
contract price herein agrppd qpon as the price tp be paid for
the articles iri case) of the actual delivery thereof, which li
quidated damages may be recovered from time to time as
The sureties must sign the contract, and mako affidavit
that thev. in the aqtirviate, are worth over and above their
debts and liabilities tho full amount of the contract
T.-K nffir mint he. -siimed bv the -oerson or persons mak
in" it, and by the guarantors, "according to the form annex
ed; and their re3idence,naming the town and State, must be
It ia tn be provided in the contract that the buret- shall
have the power of annulling the contract, without loss or
. . . ; - r .1 11 ...
damage to incgovemmcni, in caee -ig -o iu-"-snfEcient
approprirtions for the articles named, or for the
completion of the works estimated for, and on which this
advertisement is based.
Persons whose offers shall be accepted will be notified by
letter through the post office, which notice shall be consid
ered sufficient; and if they do not enter into contract for the
supplies specified within 'fifteen days from the dafd of notice
from this bureau of th'e acceptance of their bid, n contract
wfllbo mada with some other person or person', and the
guarantors of such defaulting bidder V?iU bo held responsi
ble for all delinquencies.
All offers not made in ttrict conformity with this adver
tisement will, at the option ol the bureau, be rejected. I hose
nnlr wbnso offers mav be accented will be notified, and con
tracts will be ready for ciecution without delay by the navy
agent at Memphis.
2l the CdeftfOu Bureau of Yards and Docks, Xavy De
rdiriment. of , in the State of " , hereby offer to
furnish, trader your advertisement dated day oi ,
and subject to all the requirements of tho same, all tho ar-ticli-
r mbraccd in class No. . viz :
(Here insert the articles; with prices carried out) amount
in" to (write the aggregato in words.) And I prppose
-.mothea-ent if one is required by tha advertisement.)
Thoundersisned, , of , in tho State of
, and , of n the State of
,as guarantors, hereby undertake that the
.nimTfi wilL if offer be accented, en-
.'- tnin rnntraet. as before required, with the United Stales.
within fifteen days afier the date of notice through the post
office of the acceptance ot bid, as before mentioned.-
t ,; t the above named and
are known tome to be ood and responsible "guarantors in
,ui9--c, ..sr.. i -,.. j:..i
(To be signed by a navy agem, .-uueuiur, w u-iriciav-rnev
or some' other person known to the bureau to be
EDWIN 0. PERRIX.
' junelS lcwdlw.
' Navy Agent
'BARRELS ST. LOUIS
J FLOUR'.-"-! bave just recdTeda hundred, barrels
superfine flour, chV Ice' brand?
.SB. BLEDSOE'S -ALTJBIATIYE OQKPOIWD
Sue Rented v orer all Remedia for Vie Dtimutnf il W.A
Ilh-fjKptia, EniafyementjttBl Irrfimath of tlx SvUen-
J&arSwrKj, CM flatulence, J'iht, CorisUrpatum, cli
bf ami kind. For General Dtl.llS,,
' from which Zadle frequently ifer, Vvere U. tw tie
THE inventor of this preparation was for three years a
comjileiely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity oi
the Liter that he was frequently for weeks at a tuner unable to
raise lii-lf from bis bed. He sought aid from physician?
at home and in Europe, but iu vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was byaccidentthat be suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since be lias been practicing me,
icine, his isuccess in such cases has been unrivalled. Ho
has been aware of the incredulity of the "public, and conse
auentlv said nothinr? thniilin rinws nf til.. Au-if .
until the cliaracler of the medicine was fully established"
oy in success, as snown Ly "the certi-catc- wbicn Have oeen
I subjoin the certifies to of Prof. If. Gabbeet. of Memnbia
Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my
M-ifprrrs. Tenn.. AnrinlS-
- I hereby certifr'fhat I hav vn smnilntni'mii. Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and somo years ago he was reduced I ceLeva
ioHriuii iuiT ererseen anvone mat atterwards recover
ed, w. in wnai i supponed to be Dyspepsiaand Liver aaech'mi.
and after trying the prescriptions ot many Physicians in this
wen a oimr wnuimes, witnout relief, be linallr suceeited
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
"s""1- M. UAUUJK T, il. 1).
Phvsi'dans are requested tatrr thw nriMtinn
fftol nt i'.HaH itinll -n.i-iin l),k: i S. -i . nr.
Yf. . -- wq ici- gre to il in iiua
, IlcyrsVTU.r Janir 19 1o
DcBlewoe: I fake the libertvanrl fill it in V. .Int-
4a M.-..A- 1 -- rf. - - .. J
stomach and bowels, your. Alterative Compound, as'a very
seperior medicine. Jly son, aged 15 vears , had been under
medical treatment" about fivo vears for
w ivu ic p uil i4i--i-in imm ai-k, at th.
rhea when having almost despaired of msjx-covery I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe, '
enurei. cureaiiim. MICAJAH CAYCE.
r, . L norviLt,oct. ir.iesi.
UR. ISledsoe: Some tim8 has elanspH ;n. r
tificate that my wife had been greatly benefited br j-our
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saving to
-jcjp-uhc, mai my wne nan wrmreeor lour years been
subjcctto the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dvsDorisia. I had tried of several wfinw, l,k.i,
the best physicians in the place and a great many differcn
medicine, with momentarv relief. Bin
your alterative compound, I did soand-am happv to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiously
recommend it to all porsons suffering from diseases of tho
liverand dyspepsia. X. B. ROBERTSON.
HraTSTiLLE, Sept 29, 1851.
vin seen the Dublicatinn nf mr Aii
ahro Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that.
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I had tried almost ovcrv thiirtlt i
ven by physicians, and coyer fuvrnd any thine that would ccr
tainly relieve mo. until I tried thaabovtsmpftimn. h;i, n.
relicvedmem cvciy attack in less than an hour.
Wil. It LLOYD.
- t, Giies Cocstt, Tenn- Dec 23, 185L
D.BletOe: I feel that I should fill short nf m. jt-
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not t f,,rti,V.
recomuend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved mo, so tliat I have not had cause to take anythin-r in
two months. I ran eat anything I want with impunity, Ind
believe my health is as rood as it i t rv.Jr..j.-,
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspensu-, aca I shall be sure "to
call on you. I am very respect B y vour friend.
-HZABETH J. HARWOQD.
rVTSTT A l-i lnm.r fll .Or.
This is to certify, that I had suffcred ior many years with
Dysrp-sia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Oorapottnd, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of tho same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ncc JOSEPH CABOTHKRS.
n -o a HraTsvniE, Ala, March. 3, 1852.
lib. Bledsoc Sir: Judging from, the certificates you
have already advertised, it wd( almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence ia regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; tut I amst say, that fory(rs suff-reda
great dtifim Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commoneed tat
ing your compound about nine weeks sinee, and bave rained
25 or SO pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
u ,. . HENRY J. GOF?.
, fcsTT.he aooro medicine is forsale in every Druj Stoie in
tno city, and mast a the towns in the State. G. W. HEX
IlERSHOTT. General Acent for whIno- tho r i-l
icine. SgF'I'rice jl per pint lttl novib ivd tr
DR. WM. McLANE.
INDIAN AND GERMAN P.flfVT nnrrrnTj
I) ESPECTFULLY announces to the citizens of XashviH
and vicinity, that he has returned amin aflpr n ,;
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanentlyla.
catcd himself in South Nashville, at the corner of WVk
ingtonand Pearl streets, where he may at all times bo fount
by those who may wish to consult him.
He basin his possnssicn. many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most d,trcsing eves ot the following diseases, vir Ner
vous Aflectious, Livor Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleuri-ics, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptas of the LungsVand
other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence in the South, be affended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which, ho treated with mure
than ordinary success.
Dr. itcLanahcjic- from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, ta obtain tho confidence and patronage
of the sick and afflicted.
Nastmlle, reb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLAXE.
CSf All Letter- addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
DR. FRASETS MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
bad been bald for many years; by the use of three bot
tle nf the Magnetic Ointment, uul its hair entirely re
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with theAslhma 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 aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated til.
most to a skeleton. By the us? ef a few bottlps of the Oint
ment he yiasthcrovaKtycitred, anil for seven months past has
enjoyed robust hgaftli.
Thi3 waa an extreme case of inflammation of thtrfiien,
of long standing; has a variety of treattnentfrom no less than
eight 'different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by tho useof 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. I bave treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Eies with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
blind, as to need an attendant to lead them from place to
place. One of them bad been afflicted IS years, the other
about 9 years. Thcybad tried the best physicians in the
State, without benefit; andonoof them had been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are now by useof the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and arc able tp
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, nnd in no case has it
failed of giving immediate relief and generally a permanent
cure. I cave also used it beneficially in sever? cases of Ery
sipelas. And last bnt not least, I have within the last year
cured four cases cf CANCER, bythe use of the Magnetic
From a thorough (rial of the Ointment In nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the public. Respectfully Yours,
BURTON HUBBELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia, Ohio.
The character ofthis Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the u;e of
this extraordinary Ointment
For sale by II. G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLE,
mays CARTWRIQHT & ARMSTROXG.
IRA A. STOUT, tt t
Xo.5 ClakkSteeet, Nashville, Tesya
Xextdcor to If. S. Frenci'e Grocery. Warehouse, and op-
A posite Morv frSiratton',
LL kinds afcarriagea for sale, with harness rsrqiBjr,
to" suit All work sold by me Is made at
Ihe 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 leaving work to repair may rely on gttting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. maris.
wa TWfiO MAMMOTH. '
THE thorough bred Jack, MARIXGO MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his fit smunn in Tennessee at Canev Snrinr in
Marshall county, five miles below the fisning ford in Duck'
I River, at thirty-five dollars insurance and fifty cents groom
lee. -cnnets cem iroia a ui3in mu pi gu,
and grain fed, if required, at fifty cents ptr week., He is
full .fifteen hands two and a half inches high, good' honest
mnn. iimnllvlare bone, and hcaw: black, "with
mearynose. He has the. form, size,'color and "bloodt. re-,,
commend bim highly to those who wish to. improve" tteir
stock. We consider him ' ths master Jack of Tennessee
For further particulars seejuma nuis. .. -marca
ll-Sm - " KNIGHT & WILSON,
- NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
TJHRO L'U H by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil-X-adelfAlatoPitUburg;
Pa., ilassilion, Wccsfer, Cleve-
Shortest-d-d ouii r,t r;, ,i,.a t
Great West. Pas. sengers will find this the most pleasant 1 -flight boxes; hencottay retain UwirfuII mines mail cli-
PiVT' .J .U CmdimatirSlL'foUuis-., , t , , "
ville; ?19 ta bU Louis Via Pemjs-rani Railroad .an the celebrafccl Pain Extractor has been so extensively
followiiiwdailySleauiPacketefrompittsburg: BuckeyeStale, I ubyPhycsad the people in general, both inthis
Capt'M W Beltshoorer, leaves Pitteburjr: SundayV Keystoue J country and Europe, that it, is almost needless to gay any
.ouuc, -ut.i.iu e, leaves i lusouref jionday; Alio
eheney, Cant Charles WBatclielor. leaves Pittsbun. Tn.
ay; Crystal Palace, Capl II Konntz. leaves Pittfbmg Wed
u.a-u, , ,iiiut, v-'., wi-c,.imm?pirjf murs-
a.ty: i 'itisbiirg; apt liogn Campbell leaves t .ttsourg.Pri -
aay; Messenger. o. .. vani joun Kiineietter.jeares I'llta-
bnrg Satnrdaj'. BoifdiBg andIodgii)g6qbJt-d the Packets
extra. Pittsbunr to Cincinnati. S2: Louisrilie. tZ rHL
Vttvt. thmn-f-i'ti" 1rff fWimTlMlrt-lnl.T. tP;(f.Kn-
') 50;.MassiTlon. $10; Cleveland, .10jIifieldqdCrest
linfr, $11; Columbus, 1- C-; Toledo, H"; Cincinnati, (via
fVn r 1 : i sir r-t - Tr. in.Lr-... c , I t r
w.c-tiiic,; c', syuiL--jtr, tyiu -itcuiHii ouu hi I iv.l
.lfO.V TnnU--. U.n,.ti k-n,I,, III Tln-A i:i.
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, ia Iletroit and llicliigan
Pj.nt -.1 1t;i am
u KUHI, ....J.
The Cars will leave, the Coinmonwealth'a. Station. X. 11
Cornear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can do purcnaseu nt liingtiam & Dock, Agents oi the state
Th.M.. ; T rr ii . i ...! ,
- uiuiuiujr spres iram lurougn 10 nn-ourg, -icve-land,
Cintinnati and Ch'icago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Tbrough to Cincinnati in 7 hours.
The night MailTrain at lO1, P. M. Throngh to Cincin
nati in 45 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at
The above lines j throngh and stop at Lancaster, Har-
m. T : IT. " i T,ir i
luutiUjniijs-iTu, xiumingunrj, iioiuoaysDur?, jonn-
auinu, ureeuuurg, anu lniermeuiaie places.
Nones, In case of loss, the Corananv will hold fiietnsel
vesresponsiblefor personal bagffage only, and foran amount
not exceeding $100. TllOS. MOORE, Agent
june 4 tr. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
I he Columbia Railroad T.inp (or ffrrishnr. via Cnlnm.
bia and all intermediate places, will leave theaborestation
fTlHIS road now complete, (t opens a rommnnletlnn hp-
-Ltwoon Pittsburg and Philadelphla-orPitUburg and Balti.
more. KV Which trht from thRU-pl ran rexrti an iti-
market quicker and cheaper than bv anv of the prea.-t rival
outes: they connect with the dally packets at Pittsburg,
frOUl St inl Lnnl.vll.A. ri(innnti.Vhppttnfr. unrl -11 tho
uicareui pointsontae western waters. Also with the Cleve
land aim nitsburg Kail Koxd. and Ohio and Pennsylvania
Hall ltoadatPittsburer. Carsrnnthrouirh itweenPituirmrrh '
-, riMia-eijimawunouitr-nsnipmeni oi ireigai, an advan
tage that can be appreciated by all shippers.
In CRSO of Obstruction cf nxvl jitlmi bv I Ar In welnr
imiguis weimarq can De iorwaroea rrom fltubur to ia
Clnnatl, or towns In the Interior by Railroad.
!-.- Ill -lLltillt-
Between PiUsburgand Philadelphia or Kaltmore.
First Clllki. JPinfrr Sunnier
DrT Goods.oo-S find St3tlmr- R r .i- n lh
Shoes. Hats and Caroetiner. Fur. and Pol S Si r.-.
tries, Feathers, Saddlery, &c J
IJrown Rheotin Shlnlnir In )-. 1
Drugs.GIass Ware. Groceriea. i.icci.t Cof-1
S3 cts. CO cts
flee, Hardware, Hollow Ware, Machinery, f
Vll vui, Q. I
Butter In Pirklns Kegs, Candle., Cot.)
ton, in. winter, ttneensware, Tallow, t 73 cts. 50 cts.
Tobacco, In leafor ilaaufactared, Kast-f
ward, A-C.4-C J " '
Bacon, Cotton (In summer,) Coffee.Larrt)
and LarJQil, (throngh) Pork In full car- C5 cts. 40ct.
loads at owners risk. J
Geo. C. Franeltcus,
Freig At 'r, Piltitnrg.
K. J. Siteeuer
Freight Jgent, Piilodtlfkia.
-Ilagraw Si Koons,
J. I Elliott.
Freight rat,.Vi.7 rrsr t.,.V. Y.
It. II. Houston,
Hen. Freight Jtgent, Philadelphia.
march 16, 1853 ly
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
No. 47, College Street, Nashville, Tesx.
ARE now in receipt of their enfirestock of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling
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 nny country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
self-inierent should prompt all dealers in. this' section1 of the
country to encourage a home market
They also invite the attention or Blacksmiths, C&rpenfers,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they al ways
keep cm haad.
leatHiers, Ginseng and Beesicax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goodsor in payment of debts.
JT. XX. Burrow's Patent Plantation
THIS Mill differs from all others In the construe tion ot
the upper or Running Stone, which is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast iron Case, which
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron Eye, or
Bushjthanlsofgreater external diameter at Ilia bottom that
at the top, which Is secured to the back by four holts, so that
every block in the form of a dove tail which gives greater
strength tn a Stone than any other method which is required
in small mill., where the stone Is run with great speed, and
becomesdangerous if not strongly made. It also gives any
weight to a stone of small diameter that is required without
having It thick or high, that make. It top heavy.
This mill is a square frame made of wood or rasliron,ln
the form of a bus,with Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Regulatln; Screw, ana grinds unon the same
principle as a lart.e mill, differing only In the Runner Stone;
this being of great weight enables It to grind nearer the cen
ter a greater quantity of grain w!lhles power than any other
mill now In use. This mill is portable, and may be attached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Erench BurrMIll Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph H. Barrows, of Cincinnati. Is the inventor, for
which be obtained Letters Patent in 1842. PoraiUnfrlnge
ments the purchaser will be held responsible for the right
lheseiiiis cionoi require a-imngniio a uiem qi; anu
all that -necessary to pat tnem in operation, is toaitacna
hand to the pulley on the spiudle. with a dram suGcienl
largo to ran a twenty-four inch Mill 240 revolutions per
minute, attached ta tjin, bteam,orater rower. ;the
steady application of two horse power the Mill will grind s.x
to. 8 buskcla per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put to its fullest
speed, wli grindfrom ten to fifteen t.usholr .rhour.
These mills are warranted to be In eyery respect as recom
mended. DiRtcTioss roa Usiso. Place your mill abont 20 feet from
tho Driving Pulley In a level position; make the belt of
father six or eizht inches wide. Give the Stone2t0 revolu
tions a minute with the sun. Keep tbo neck and step ot
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of the
Running Stonc.In thasamowayaa tho Cross on the Driver,
that is, the way they are trimmed to run.
Refer toTbos. Pattorson, Esq., of Highland county, Ohio,
Jesse Real, Esq.,of Clinton county. Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq ,of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdirectedto JOHN K- BOWMAN,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Middlcand East
Tennessee, or i. 11. BUKKUWS,
jan 20 d. tr-w. & w. ly. West Front st. Cln. O,
IMPORTANT TO IRON MANUFACTU
RERS. JAMES REXTOX, of Xewark, New Jersey,
has discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron
directly from thcore, with wood or mineral coal, styled by
him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the manu
facture of iron long sought after, but never successfully at
tained until Mr. Iteutoivs discovery,) and which produces at
a single beat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent bave been
granted him for his discovery,and wearo the appointed agents
for the sale of rights, and iu introduction throughout the
t est; ano as uie present mgu price oi ironisinducingiu-ny
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without being aware
of the great advantages this new and valuable inven
tion has over any other known mode, we think it butsnbser
ring their interest to thus .early impress upon them the im
portance of an examination of the merit ot this late inven
tion before embarking in any othermade for making iron,
assuring thorn of its entire success and practicability, as d e
moustrated bythe furnaces now In successful operation afte
It is not our purpose in thisadvertisejetnt fo speak par
ticularly of the almost incalculable advantages th s process
possesses over all other made? for mating Iron; (as this is
contained in o'4r circular, which we will be pleased to mail
to trto address of any one interested in the matter,) but to
call the attention of those about investing in the manufac
tare of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination of the
furnace we are erecting in this city, and which will be in
operation by the 5th June next,"or to th? furnaces of the
American Iron Company jn Newarfc Ni-w Jersey, now op
erating with complete success. W. C. DAVIS & CO.
Cincinnati, June 1 Btjf,
PATENT CHOPPING MUX,
Fr Chopping Corn cor other Grain,
An article tchieh every Farmtr. should lmve.
IT will grind, with. one or ttyo horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour cither fine for bread or coarse foe
stock and is -0 simple in ifs consfruction, that any boy
twelve years old can keep it in, order and run it Itisadap
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of rancturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A.
C. HowanLT'ot Nashville, rrsonTtvitig.jto purchase can
nnd them at J. M. SeaburyVon College street, where they
jUl be happyto take (orders. T30SS' ABAMS.
aug28. ' . t $ - ..'.," i ;
WANTED TO -"BUY-At .bbHffice; ttoSt or
thibtt negroe3 The highest market pricelwiH be
given If applisatioa U made soon. maySl lw
' - JEW DAVID'S HEBREW PLAST-
bTX'HE great Remedy for Rheiimatt-m.GonL pain in the ST 1
Hip, Iteck,Jni and joints, Scrofui., King's Evil
White Sn-ellmgs, Hani Turnors, Stiff Joiuis, and allfixci
pains whatever. Whew this 1 .aster U applied Pain can not
d,. These Plasfers possess ibe adrantara r,r ! Tn- c -n i-
j ""ngaooutiu x ei mere may do some, who stand in need
I of its healin" nowers who have notret lrivl it Fur th-ir
- I we will simply state what it has done in thousand of
--,b-i wuatitwui oo ior mem wnen iricu.
t, ... A VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
-cad the following iestimony from a Plivsician.
i nf VrWiff ff':Yo rUrew- Pt-terhas cured me of pains
tried man?re,eaT-Kh. ""n ." mL , LanJ s"te' and
wrS-TdTh. tVS$ 2&rj
who are suff-ringfrri contraction of the nuisclcs. orr
nentpains in the side or back. "--, orperma-
The people of Georgia have but tn become acquainted with
its virtues when they will resort to its use.
l ours, truly, ji. w. WALKER, M. D
r xr. -. . i.!fAfMo5IW:oratr.
JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH
Messrs. Scovn. A Meap: I h nr. Iwwm tmnhTf rtIK n
Chronic rheumatism for the last twelve mn On io 1 t r
-uiy It4'.' 1 was so bad that 1 cnnl.l not turn tnrtrin .T
and the paiu so severe that I had not slept a wink for six days.
At this tioiomyat tending Physician prescribed the "Hebrew
Plaster " and it acted like a char the nain left m nn- I
siepv uiore man nau oi me nignt, and in Miree days 1 was
able fa ride out. Icousiderthe 'Hebrew Plastc.' the best
remedy tor all sorts or pains now m use
. U. W. McMINN.
HcndersonriUe, N. C, Aug. 16, 1850.
M S 9 S S 9
Beware of counterfeits and h imitation!
The trenuine wilr in fntnrr hr th- it. r
jiuruuiuc sieei piaie engrave, uoei on tbe lop ot each
Ptirchasera are advised that a mean mimipHV; t nf tht. .'
cies is in existenco.
The genuine is sold onlr bvns. and nnr a-mf nnrintl
throii.lioiit thoSoutli and no cedlar is allorrnl rnl it-
Dealers and purchasers generallrare cautioned spainst buy-
iuKvi oui our reguur agents, omerwise tney wui De unpos-
4 umi Mint worujiess anicie
Forsale by SCOVIL A MEAD,
111 (Thnrtrp rrr nr OrlMn
General Wholesale Agents for the Southern States, to whom
aii oracrs must tie addressed.
EWIX, BROWN 4 Co. XashTiUe, Tenn.
... . w. . ... h . - . , U ,
J. M. ZIMERMAN Co do;
CAUTWEIGHTi AI-VISTROXG, do;
THOMAS WELLS, do :
H. G. SCOVEI, do.
PraZOTOKEN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND.
For the cure of Painful and Disordered Mcnstrnation,
Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those
Sympathetic Nervons Affections attendant on
Much of tho suffering attendant upon the lives of females
at the present day may be traced to some slight imprudence
or neglect during some critical period of their peculiar tea
sons, causing obstructions, irregularity. Ac. which, if nnl
relieved, gradually weakens and deranges the system, and by
sympathy induces those chronic foruis of disease Con
sumption, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Ac which either hurry them
to an eariy grave or render tnem invalids for lire. JIan v of
the fairest and loveliest nf rritir.n t thnt-ma hAn t.r
was just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from
the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist
nature at that eventful period.
TRY THE PHILOTOKEX.
It is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to.
but as a remedy and preventive for a certain class of com
plaints, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set
forth, or that medicine directed with experience and skill can
perform. Sold by SCOVIL i MEAD,
111 Lnartrcs street cw Orleans.
General Wholesale A rents for the Southe-.n States to whom
all orders must be addressed.
julyl ly dtwiw.
rpiIE GR-EFENBERG DISENTERY SYR-
JL UPIs a speedy and infallible remedy for DIARRHEA,
DYSENTERY. BLOODY FLUX, CHOLERA MORBUS,
CHOLERA INFANTUM, and the Asiatic Cholera.
It never fails to cure the worst possible cases of bowel
complaints in a few hours. It is purely vegetable, and taken
in almost any quantity is perfectly harmless.
Most remedies in use for Diarrhea,Icckupthepcre.of the
intestinal canal and only.for a tima alleviate the disease bv
preventing the expulsion of the acrid fluid, which will al
most invariably pour forth again, with increased 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 these com
plaints . It changes 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 immediately
subsides. The operation of the Syrup is threefold. It im
mediately reaches the seat of the disease and arrest- its
course; it instantly soothes pain and restores the system fo
perfect quiet Tbo 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 etu
is warranted. Price only 50 cents per bottle.
junclS. ALEX. MACKENZIE, Agent for the State,
A Clergyman of Nashville informed me last season when the
Cholera was threatened, that in one week he cured 21
cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bottles of
this Dysentery Syrup. A. M.
PRTNTE-TlTNENS ! PRINTED LINENS I !
At Xo.9, Union, Street.
JUST received (direct importation) one Case Linen Dress
Goods, containing a preat variety or Styles and pat
terns, which, will be sold 25 percent less tnan the usual
Price. Also, a variety of dress Goods consisting nf Berages,
Lawns and Muslins, for styles and prices, are unsurpassed
Jiyany in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of
all kinds constantly on hand. The attention of the Ladies,
Ls particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before puf
chasing. maytt5 THURSTON & BERNARD.
BUENA VISTA WATER CURE. 1853.
A. WEB BEE, X. I. W. A. EOMOXDS, . D.
DRS. WEBBER & EDMONDS,
TAKE pleasure in announcing that they are- now ready
for the reception of patients at their establishment at
Iluena Vista Springs. The romantic; healthful and
picturesque character of the locality at Buena Vista Springs
is so widely and generally known throngh the numerous
visitors who annually resort to the place for its medicinal
waters, that the proprietors deem it necessary to say bnt
little on the subject. The connfryis wild and broken,
abounds in game, is exempt from epidemic invasion, has an
unconfined and salubrious atmosphere, and the establish
ment is supplied with an abundance of pure running free
stone water, equal to any in the State.
,...,.. if h, ;.tm4
Jr. IV B It i lfll,ll-ll Ul 1 IT ltS 111 1
- it r ": . r . : " , . - . . , i
t r 4 . !.. . ... x-.u-- -..t r-.-4,-. c.. -I-,-
from a tour through the Northern and Eastern States, dur
ing which he visited the best water-clue tstablishmcnts in
the country and enjoyed ample access to all the best sour
ces of information on the subject.
Dr. Eomoxps, though a younger 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. The means for amusement and re
creation are ample and free ot" charge.
Term. Fw Board and treatment from S to SlOperweefc,
Patients are expected to bring with them two blankets, two
comfurU or a feather bed, six large crash towels, two sheets,
and some old linen fur bondages, or they will be charged
extra for snch in the establishment. 1 'cry sick and feeble
persons will furnish an attendant who wilfpay board, or be
charged for such extrs. '
T TTTE fake pleasure in anni nncing to nnr numerous friends
V 1 and jiatrons, that we sre now ready to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves ot tie benefiUof our
place. Extensive prcjuiralions have been made for the com
fort both of the invalid and the man of pleasure. It were
needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of our place,
in a medicinal point nf view. Many, nfflicted with various
diseases, have visited us, and after a few weeks sojourn,
have gone away either entirely cured or greatly relieved
particularly such as have been aOIicted with Scrofula, di
seases of the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and also of the Di
gestive System in gencraL Of these facts, there is an abun
dance oi proof, and many who have certified to them, and the
same hare gone forth to the- afflicted people. And we bave
at this time two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and well, with as, ta he seen as testimony to our dec
laration: one of vtUich was almost a hopeless case.
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 mOes east
of Lafayette, our county scat, 6j or 70 miles rromNasLviIIe,
45 miles turnpike, and the baL-nce high ridge road, and
other good country roads coming from every point from
Lebanon, Wilson connty. Kartsvdle, Cartilage, Gainsboro',
Tottilini ville, Glasgow, Gallatin, Ac
SAIL E. HARE, )
J. A. TAYLOR, Proprietora.
mavl2 trw3m S.B. PEYTON. )
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
I OFFER Ior sale 350 or 400 acres of Land, lyrng fapm
oneto two miles from Murfreesbore-', ou the .ashnlle
Turnpike road, and on the Nash ville and Chattanooga Rail
road. The land has on it a small dwelling house, and a
saw and grist mill, and as it can be subdivided into several
small farms, it aflbrds a good opportunirjr 'for persons wish-;--
. ;n niKMint muntrv. on rich lands, and within
a convenient distance of good schools, churches, Ac. Terms
liberal. Title indispuUble. lor furtha .imormation, ap
ply to W Sksce, Murfreesboro', or to the subscriber
piyiow -r W. L. MURFREE.
Murfreesboro', A -gust g, 1852 eotf
General Csdi Merchants, Chattanooga Tenn.
WILL pay particular attention to sales of Bacon, Lard
and other articles ofWestera produce.
As. they have a large and personal acquaintance, and di
rect correspondence at most of the important towns Id Geor
gia, and part of South Caniaa and North Alabama, they
will be enabled to dispose readily of the above mentioned
articles in season, and respectfully solicit consig-sests.
. V. K. St-vewos; Esq.,
Morcax i Co.,- " . iXashxiIU. -.-
. . A-J. D-j;r, Js .- ; & ..
; ' V B-iatiT, Wnie- 4 Co,' HunimlU, Ala,
Rr THE PRESIDENT "OE THE KNITKD
TN pursuance of Uvr T VB ivrrnr
jl pierce. p.,-,' ';;r
.. r j.-v,t, Vi jUC uuueu.
Yf w uereoT declare and make-
KIKmTi that Duhfircr.fi-. r :.-..;
V thcStat.nf ai.C. "rVJ- ul iUTer railroad, m
r l)f,,u . puuuc lauas, as provided by the act
ooto. iSS fr!1 -wL3
umces in tho Slates of ALABAMA and lOSSI rppt.
the penca hereinafter digatUo"it- UP1, at
iucuuudcu mn usiups, iq Vf it ;
Xoril, of Otiose tins and vetlcf ae "w mtrid;an
Totvnship-Mw and fan, of range o.ve.
Townships one, twe, three, and. four, of rang, two.
Townships on, two, three, four, and Jit, of range thkee
Townships three, four, five, six, and seven, of rar-a rmt
Sooth, nftheldst line and tcest of the principal meridian
Mpaontu,ar.,f0vrrtnd foe. cf rang. att.
Townships one. two three, fourdJieX Se m
Township oncfracgarorR. fe
Towhipsttr-, andr. of range oxe.
the d-ptsal ofSoS4 Sf&5r"ta ?r
odd numbers above refenoT KSSSSSSA1
dcncenUoned townships ta wit- "mated m ths ua-
Xvrthet tiets and uof principal nidn.
gon Monday, the fih -T. '"'. . co.
-diWof suchscctions and rfSSS 7 Z
odd mimbera above referred to, as are .hosted kt Sf S
demcutiooed ton-ships, to wit:
Xertt. of the rW lin and st of the principal meridian tn
tie soutiem surveying district.
Township Usrntjpon, nf range rocc
At the Und office at COLUMBUS, in MissLssippi. crtnmen
cingon Monday, the nineteenth day of September next, for
the disposal of uch sections and parts of secb-ons. W-e
the odd numbers above referred to, as are situated la the
undermentioned tnwr.sht- t.--,f7. m
Xorth of the baseline and east of the Chcdea meridian.
ft-iT? -. nineteen and
twenty, of range toteex.
teen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, and t.-t Jt
sitev. ' " "
Townships eight, sine. eUr. . .urj r.
teen, fifteen, sixteen, fw. eioUun. aid ,
rans. seventeex. '
Townshrns einht. nine, f i ?-- . ..--r
teen, JifUen, and ttxtetn, of range iicmxc-.
Townships eyU, ninev ten. cfeven. and tmlre. nf nn.
XtfETEEX. ' V
At the Land Office at AUGUSTA, in ft- c..
mencing on Monday. th fcv iri r i '
for the dpod of such sections and parts of section, bein
the t-U timbers above referred to, as are situated in tho un
dermentioned townships, to wit
Aurtt of tie Uue line and east of the Ouxtate meridian.
Township fair, of range nar.
Tow-ships one, Uou, Line. W. jjw. ani! nf -.,
TOCCTEEX. ' " ' '
Town-hipj one-two, three, four. fie. sin and w- r
lownship, one; , w. .
il. nriil Aro-i rf
range sixtees. ' '
1 ownstups onejiee, ur, and teem, ef range strsssas.
1 ownship eren, of range eis-teex.
Sbr-tArflhe bate tine, y ef tie mervtian; and eatnf Fiarl
Townships three, fmr. see.
range five. '
Jownshir-ty, sir, seven, eight, wt and ten, b( range
Townships seven, eight, nine, and fen, of rapse seven.
Townships eight, nine, and ten, of rasge eight.
The. townships herein du"! in mntin IaMH .
wholly within the limits of "six sections in width ou each
aide of said road,' and those in itatirs in parti? within said
., . uiBi.ii uu iue uiagrams, which will t fur
nished ta the respective district load offices by the Com
musioner of the Genetal Ind Office.
Lands reserved for schools, military and other purpose?,
will be excluded from sale. --"-
The lands will be sold subject to the rigU of war granted
by the said actof.oth September, 160, to the Sutts afore
said, for said railroad, not exceeding or.e iwdred- feet cn
each stde tliereof; and therefore tbeparticuIartrcs-of land
which include the road will be sold as containing the quan
tities respectively shown bv the official plats. n
Each -ale will be kept open for time sufficient fw admit
oroffienng all the lands, but not exceeding two weeks, and
ajrplications to make private entries of the Unds efferrd.
under this proclsmation will not be received until afttr tlio
close of the public sale.
Given under my hand at the city of Washingion, the
twenty-third day of May, annoDpminl one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-three. FRANKLIN PltRCiS
By the President :
Gmmitnoner of the General land Office.
Xotiee to actual scalers on lands of the United State original
ly tcithdraan from marlet on account tftke railrcod
Under act of Congre , approved Sd Jfarcb, 1 ?, entitled
"An act to extend pre-emption rights to certain lands there
in mentioned,' the Pre-emption laws of the United States as
they now exist are extended over the alternate reserved sec
tions of public lands Hong the line of the railroad hereinbe
fore mentioned, where the settlement and improvement
were made prior to the find,' allotment of the alternate sec
tions to the said railroad. Therefore, all claims by prc-era-tiontoanyof
the alternate sections of public innda within
the hmiU originally reserved will attach, if predicted up
on settlements made prior to the 4th February. 1843. the
date of the final allotment
Claims with the six miles limiU must be proven up at
any time before the day herein fixed forthe commencement
of the public sales, and are to be paid for at the rate of two
dollars and fiity cents per acre. Claims out-ide of the six
miles, and within the limits of the original reservation, must
be proven up prior to the restoration of said lands to ptivite
Soldiers bounty land warrants, at a dollar andt wenty-Sva
cents per acre, may be received in payment for either c
of lands; ono warrant only, however, can be located breach
Imm ediately after fhe close of the public sale directed by
the foregoing proclamation of the President, applications will
be received for the purchase at private entry, cr location by
warrants, of the lands reserved to satisfy tiii gran', outsid
er the six miles limits, in such order as to prevent confusion
and insure accuracy, in accordance with instruction-, to b
issued to the registers and receivers.
law 10w JOHN WILSON,
jui12 Commissioner of the tieutral Land PJtee.
-NTTED STATES MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IX FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York and Charleston Steam Pickett.
. -- ativiuuvu auu CAU ailClUtttC I" 4UlTU-lT
On Saturday. Jas. Adgcr. I.."" b.iw.
J. Dickinson, Commander Marion, 1,2. tons, m!
Tho Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised. Is now in complete order.
For freight cr passage, having elegant State Room Attoa--XKlatioD,
apply at the office of the Agent
CorncrEast B3y and Adgw's Sou. Vsm.
Cabbin passage $25. .tee rage $3.
N. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line tovaonrect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. . febl7 tnr
MYERS & McGHX.
DEALERS Ef EVEBT DESC-IITTOX Or
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Fnicr and Faaey Goods,
On GoOqe street, one door South nf the Hjvart.
) II ERE may bo found at all timesa Lure assort
V V ment of Winchester., Davis A June's. A Jlvers'
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen. Muslin with Lin
en liwsoms. Gingham, and French Chintz, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, .Staked Silk; Cash
mere, Vigonia Cotton and Canton IbuiicI, for ladit
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gaiters; Glove... Kid and
SiUa Buck. C-shmcre. Cloth, Chamois. Waih Nonr-a,-Culi
Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemrn's Garmtlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchief, Stocks, Ties Waierfonls, Albert,
De JoinviUe's, plain. Emb'd and self-tjijsting, Cravats
Scarf., RIack and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Draces, Sus
pender", Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Cap for Ladies and Gentlemen. Jlonsr, Riding and
Strengthening BelU. Robe de Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, IUding Whips, Trunks, Sole Iather, Talis-,
Carpet Bags, SatcheLs. Dressing Cases, Work Bo5, Toi
lets. Opera Gl-ses, Porte Monies. Fans, V, riling Desk
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Com pan iocs, Bazcts and
lUzor Strops, Combs, Brusiies, Good year's Crcn Got3a.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles. Pocket CntUrr. A and
a large assortment of other articles, unully irpt OT'Eur.
JlSi We have madearrangements with our friends at the
North to forward us Goods as soon aa recrired by tlm,
therefore we shall have goods here in lesthnn, ten-days,
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS A McC ILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Xastryille. octll
EXCHANGE BANKING OFFICE OF S. PEARL CO.
J0RTn-WEST corner of f ho Public Square, ccur Plant
J ers Bank, NaahviBe, Tenn.
fSgTWe are drawing Sight Check-on an tra pnnapii
cities of e,Eivtt,SoBt.a4.WjtaUtlIost rates. ,lbx
snrns to siiit purchasers." .
rgr We buy all kinds of current and encurreat EC
Notes at moderate rales.
JT,?" We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Croa
Bank N es, afa very small discount
jf- We will purchase New Orleans and Kentqcty
tea at a fair premium.
X3f Wo have Gold and Silver for sale will a(tei te
collections , rmiltirgaany point requested at Bak rtei
.CD-Tge out a per cent, commissions.
OT We ars taJaag Banlcol East Tennessee setae aa
reerT-nne- Bank Notes." . . - f J1T
LEMOXS--l bo-M I,rmnn . receivsd tai. day bX