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'MSHVILLlf UNION AND " AMERl CAtf :f 1
NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, JULY 22. 1853.
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE So. 11, DEADERICK STREET.'
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to subscribers at tlie following rates: Single copies, one
rear in ad ranee. $2 50; within the year $3 00; at the end
of the year 54 00. Clubs Of Cm and upwards $2 00
jier copjr tot one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re-,
ceired for six months at the foregoing rale.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $3 per annum in advance; if not paid in
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
C5TTHE M0XEY IX ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
M Remittances, of subscriptions maybe mads by mail at our
T risk. ' ,
paper witf be sent ont of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the cash.
BAMAG2 ft CHURCH,
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Eats,
Caps, Trunii, Valises and Carpet Bags,
CoLLLGI STREET, NaSHVILLE, TkXX.
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Commisi'n
oca NASHVILLE, TENN-
S. 11. PAKV1N,
Merchandise mid Produce Broker, -
General Newspaper Agent,
OFFICE AND STORK,
Ko, 36 Walkct St, Cincinnati
ap 21 tf
If. S. FUKXCII,
commissi on m i; kouant,
AI1 DCALZR III
Cotton,- Tolatxo, and all kinds of Produce
Corner ot Clarke and Market streets.
Yfcolosile and lit tail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
Domestic Liquors, Receiving-, Forwarding and
Opposite Sewanee House, College st, Xo 23.
IVICHOL & PEACOCK.
Forwarding fe Commission Merchant1,
druer of Market and Church streets,
NASH VI U.K. TKSN.
J 1 W A R S At If ARRIS,
I'PHWARDISG AND. COMMISSION '
ME ROH.VXTS ,
Dealers ia Brandies, Wines, Cigars, &C.
ClWSBH UF COLLEGE AXD CHURCH STS.
UVCa MCCRKA. FUED TaKR-ASS,
McCREA & TERRASS,
Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers iu Foreign and Do
mestic Liquors, Flonr, Iron, Castings, Salt, Ac,
(iirinr of Broad and Gilnie streets,
EAMAGE & CHUBCH,
'Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
' ' "COLLEGE '.. NASHVILLE.
IIERR3IAS S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Tkrx. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
edreedas above, willmf-ct with prompt qttcntiou.
U. C.C1KITH. WM. TKRIIV. J. C. UEW
CARUTH, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154. Market Atom 25, MercJiaul SL, PhiladeltOiia
Dr. j. w. gray.
Office in McCoinbs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
li'riifttit 1e.ilenck an. Union.
-l!m Rksiukxck SewAXkr.
L. U. SIMESqN SONS,
llnutdjes. C;?nnj Champafpies, Azc,
JO, HE A VEI( STJfEET, XEW YOlllC
Alid llVK I.A IiiSTIilE. rklUDKApV.
HEX. .11. XOEL &. CO.
GROCERS, AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING AND
Aud Dralers in 1'orcisn and Dome-tie Liquors,
CO J. LEir E S TllEET.
W. D. 03ID0.N',' C B. BKVAK.
W. H. GORDON & CO.,
AUCTION' Ac COM3ILS.SIOS MERCILVSTS.
For the sale of Marchandise, generally,
V. R. CLAlUOUrVE,
AT TO J! XE 1' AT LA W,
No. 44, North Cherrv Street,
Nashville, T txNts.-itr.
"ITT" ILL practice in all the Courts of Laiv and Equity of
V Davidson County. Prompt attention given to the
collection of claims.
Refer to Return J. Meigs, Es.1., Francis B. Fogg, Esq.,
John Trimble, Esq., Russell Houston, Esq., And. Effing,
Lyj., . F. Cl&qpsr, Esq., Edwin H. Ewing, Esq, Dyer
Pearl A Co., Jai, B. CraigUead)'llsq., Jas Vfalfcgr, Esq., Gne.
. ip. Anderson. . 18 may
A. F. WAVTe,
ATTORXEY AT LAW.
Practices In MailUon and the aJJoluiug counties, nd will
give prompt attention to collectlug and auy other bUBincji
iu hlj profession. Feb II
w. c. wniTrnoaxE,
TUt) T11S A' WI1ITTHOUSE,
Jrj'Vwill piclico iheir" profession In the counties of
SlauryMarshtll, CilLa, 1 avreuce, Iwis, and Hickman.
O. MACOREKOn, i. E. ALLOWAT, J. BAXIHEAD
KACGBES0B, ALLOWAY & CO.,
C O 31 M I S S I O S 31 E R C II A NTS,
E5 St. Cuaruj Street, (third Store above St. Charles Hotel,)
N. E. ALLOWAY k CO., Nashville, Tprjg., are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
luiMiti tij'ijs. seplG
. A. DLKKT.
W. B. DECRT.
K. E. LXKRT.
ALISONIA MANUTACTURING COMPANY.
OJier Xn. 19, I'ullie Square, Xashcille, Ttnntsstt.
I. H. MORTON.
Dealer in Furnitareand Pianos, Window Shadas, Look
ing Glasses, Mttttressos, &c,
Urtion frfft, nrar Cherry. Xufhrillt, Tenntxttt.
ALL kinds of FURNITURE' made to Order or Repaired,
at tiic shortest notice, and svairanted. april? Sm
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants,
VPV IIIM I'IVS
JsyThev Veep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
ruc2 lSm '
,ipya.S: FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to
afec CAslII advances upon slnpmeula or Product to th
HA.MAGi: AM) CHIIRCII
Wiolesalo and Retail Dsalnrs in BboU," Snbos, Trunks,
Vallises and Carpst Bags,
ii.. 42, CrJltac Strut, Xa'hrilb, Ttemes-wt.
ARE ronstanllr receinng direct from the best Eastern
MaivifACtimc, a r.'.at variety of ' iJt ami Gentle
taei't'U4yty4 Sk., ol ihe' Lntfft Stiflr'. .suitable for
'I?. ... . . ft J -.! I
ItlU'T Vi.jfor i-i h.fit liatlt. svuicii areoueivu very uv ui
theihivijrT, tlovn, or sinftle jwir. Country Merchant and
all fiHVtri are invited In examine our Stock before pnrrfias
log. Iiiiarphli"! RAMACE i CHURCH.
CHARLES W. SMITH,
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
" ' No. 51, Colleck Stiikat.
S (111(101 Iav, Modiful Helicons and Miscellaneous
li.ils, Also, liloiit Hooks nd Stationery, at hnvesi
rgf Cctnlrr Merchants, and School Teachers applied on
thelin-l t'avoi-ablc tenns. Na?!iviilo.Teim.. feb. 2.
J. T. NATHURST
JinOFFl! .i.VI MAXCEACTCHER
Of Wurren' Ene ami W.iter I'rwf OtmjivUion.
IDEE.M it imncoearv for me to say anvthing in Cuor of
thi miKlf of Hooting : the conlani increase of its popu
lafilvfortlie last seven eai-s thai it has Imch loled in near
jv all parts of the Union, is t!ie tot eiidcnce f its utiliiv
tu J value. The roof show for iisv-if
-"Oiliceon Spruce Striet, second diir from Cedar ft.
Mooiv's bhick. '''"'
fV FINE TRAVELING AND BONNET TRUNKS.
) Best Sole Leather (steel spring) Trunks;
Imitation " " J";
Chdap Traveling Trunks a great vaneiy;
Liulios' Superior Uonnet Trnnl:,
OR HIRE. A Negro Man 'JS vears old, a first rate
GLOVER A BOYD.
nil t l.r 1 .iOst tiir gale mv ALIJAKLE
PLACE four miles from Na.-hville, containing TWEN
TY-FIVE ACRES, near the Xolcusville 'lurnpike. Deiween
Dr. Patterson and tV.L Tlios. Johnson s. i ne piace is weii
improved, has a never failing Spring Of first rate Water, al
s o plentv of tire Wood. For further particulars enquire at
this office, or J. B. Love s Store, Gollege Jam.
THE TOTTED FIREMEN'S THfiTJSAKCE C0KPAITY 02
CAPITAL 100,000 D 0 LLABSJ I .
Chartered by the State.
fTMHS Company liaving fully organized, is
igatiou. J'rotxwitions for insurance mil bs received at the
.1' i jt..V..l 111- T . 1 oi . . . n ti r-,
oiuce ui uiu isusuvuie insurance auti i rui ivOiiege au
A. W. JOHNSON, President
J. a. Uasmell, becy. Nashville, Oct 8, 1855.
COMMERCIAL XNSITRANCE COMPANY. ,
CHA1U.CSTQX, 80CTU CAHOU.VA.
Capital S250.O0O: All Paid In.
THAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
-11 1 --it J ll
i anvuie, anu am iuuv preparea io uike jiiuiut fuc,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Comnanv can be
neen at theoffice of the Nashville "Insurance and Trust Com
pany, ou College street
epl8 J0IDL?: PASniKLL, Agent
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCS COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post OfDce, end
opposite the Verandah, will insure on th mutual prin
ciple. Houses, Merchandize, Aa, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against th'o
Haiardsof Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
eixry description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persona iu good health, for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Nous trans
mitted per mail.
Ail persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitled to a full participation in all the prof
it", without any liability to loss beyond Ihe amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
M. S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. P. Weurtox, Pecretarv. janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
FFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midtvay
betireen the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of even' de
scription against (ire ; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and thorisk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river.brafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
the usual Urms. JOHN M. HILL, President
Joseph Vault, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John 31. Hill, F. B, Fogg, G.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
New York Life Insurance Company,
Xo. 106 Broadway, New York.
ON THE linTDAL I'LAM.
H. rRANCLlH, fBln'TV
vrj7"rotalnumher Of Pullcte Issued by this Mu
Company up to July 1st, ISM eight tLousuid sBfe.
tlx hundred and cigutyone. -Sf-.r'i-ii"
nPl)Utd(nd maae annually on Life Po-'lS:-A,"
Itcieiln ehapeofstock.bearinglnlurestatthe rate of 0 per
inyrbo divlJeudaheretofuw have always averaged from
40 luW pur cent.
ITJ Persom taklug out Policlrs for the whole term of
l(e ran give their nolo at 12 mouth for lOper cent of the
premium, and ay GO cr cent lu oath.
Applications for risks, prospectus of the company, or In
formation relating to the subject of Life Insurance may be
madeuttheoflieeof the undersigned Reiu'ral Agrent for the
.SUtoofTenne.iec. JOSEPH NASII.
OSIce X. W. corucriPublic Square,
opposite Planters' Hank. AathYllle, Aug. iu, 1832.
hartford like insurance company, hart
James Dixo.v, Pres. Hkxrt L. Miller, Sec'y.
Capital and Sorplus $300,000.
Ixscraxce oil lives of while 'perbgns on tlia joint stock
and mutual plin.
Also. Insurance op the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S- IL L001I18,
jan 15 Cm Agent
.1: t ll IV Siisiint!i;:o Co, tj7 Ilartforil.
LIFE lFJPARTja ENT.
Annuity Fund 3,150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY hld pledged, and appro priated,
with its reserved accumulations, by the charteriJiXaJ
and regulations oftbe Company, to the payment of Annu
Ites and losesu;iou Insurance on Life, and In no eventlia
ble fur other debts, contracts, liabilities, or engagements of
Thos. K. Brace, Pres'U S. L. Looxis, Socretary:
E A. Bvlklet, Vice J. V. Sethour, Act'y, Predont.
Managing Directors for tk: Life Department.
E. A. EULCLEY, y -'c.t1;1 L. BOSWELL,
liOEEKT EOEL.", RoLAND MiTllIK,
Miles A.Tcttle, Edwin p. Kiplet
Hexra 0.. Paatt.
This being a Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on the cash system, the ijauagers ha e adopted a tabic
of rates of premium & low as Is cuiiiUlant with safety and
auck (urrthan those ot the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by tho
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa
uv, and any liiformatlon relative thereto.
fTrElsks on slaves against diseases and accidents cansing
death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS NASH, Agent,
Office X. W. corner Publlo Suare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, ang. JO, 1852.
Ko.ia"A."M. O0i" h-.3to5, r.M.
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTJBBIG COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, procured tiie riimf recently
improved macliincry and tools for the construction c!
the heaviest work iu metals, we solicit from the Western
and Southern public a portion of their patronage. We are
prepared to make to order Railroad Machinery, such
as Locomotives, Passenger, Fivight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, mid nil work apjiertainingto llailroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw JVMlls Fitted up complete, nith Circular or Sash
Saws, guifiracjrig inejftttiinprpvunsnts. Grist 3ils.
Engiues and"Machineryv ccmpljicrffir firi?t Jliii of all sizes.
Sugar Hills' of the u'lost recent consti-uction, witli Engines
to corraipond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton Gins. Engines "to drive Cotton Gins, with all
necessary appurtenance made to order at short notice
In all cases where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
put up the cngiue and instruct au intelligent negro, so that
he may contiuud to operate the engine, ic.
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Geeriug, Water "Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order.
Iulormation cheerfully given and orders received bv
J. THOMPSON", President
X. B. The highest nrices paid for old Brass imd Copper.
SV AAA REWARD. lwUlpay theabove reward
J. . U V J to au v peridft or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for oue thousand Land Warrants,
of the denominatiot.s of 160, SO and 40 acres. I will pur
chase single warrants ol either denomination.
' ' U. H. RUOCKWAY
Room over Oak Hall, east side Pupljc Square, 2d depr
Eoiitlisii tn . in Xashville. optl4 oC7."
STILL THEY C0ME1 FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
COJII'ETITIOS DEI'IEO 1 t J
mene stock of
Gents Fashionable Spring and .Slimmer Ready
which ho is prepared to. and wil sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Alreadyin store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest style?, French Tweed, Cnsh
meretto, Plush, Drap d'Ete, Silfc Lustre and Gmss Linen
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, Ac, tc Ac.
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
to snit themot Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a line assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hals, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bugs, Ac, Ac
Also, u variety of Youths' and Childrens' Clothing, from
three jears of age up.vards. L. POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 84 Market St., directly op
posite Uuion strt-t.
IyNo connexion with auy other house in thecity.
N. H. Not hi be sold or undersold by any mau or combi
natiou of men. UP.
Country Mercian! in particunir are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my slivk previous to imixdiasing elsewhere
AND FOR SALE. The subscriber, living one
j mile est."T Durkunrille", IauderiU!e ouiutv, oflars
for sale his TRACT OK LAND, containing 213 ACJir-,
Ijout one half clrared and in cnltiration, with good grass
nits, an apple orrhnni, containing upwards of 4"0 beating
lives and soing eO'dilJi'ient hinds; a good new Cotton"Gin;
nlarjre and coiumodious Duelling House, and out houses.
The tract irll watered with stock and drinkinrr tater.
I will svI nil MViiiiniiidattiig tcrm.S or I vilt:it.c in pay a
put, or all in Negiix'sat a fair piico.
juneix tin ilAVID FIT.PATRSCK.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
ryiHEaliove HOTEL is mm-npen for the red-ption of
1 PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT HOARDERS.
Tliis long established aud well-known House luis iuider
gone a thiMuugli ulieidtioii thruusdunit, and tuiuished wllh
i.c and fiioiouei.lc H.'lt.M'I UUK.'
TheTAllLliwulalwuvdbci'upplieil with the BEST the
maiketallords; and tiio Pi-oprfcUor inists, by a systematic
cmrstf, both with servants and ihe regulations of the house
geuera'.lv, he will be e.i.il.led to gite entire' Mtisfaction to
those that may favor him with thoirpatronngo
jan2ji-lvmv JNO. W. SPEAR.
a" "USrdVVOER MANUFACTUUEI) BY THE
HAZARD lWder C.-impany of Connecticut.: .
1 (Mil) kegs Kentucky Ritle Powder, 5 lbs each.
500 halfkegs do do do 2 do do;
250 or. kcus do do do 6 do do;
500 kegs fleer do do 3 do do;
1000 kegs lllasting do 25 do do;
500 lbs do (5 kegs each) do 125 do do;
300 canisters fine Rifle do 1 pound.
The above powder has just been received direct from the
manufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the quality
of which is well known throughout the United States. All
ordersprumptly filled by application at mv Powdor Dapot
North East comer Public Square, Nashville.
ALSO 250,000 feet Safety Fuse of best quality.
S.1L LOOMIS, Agent
msxch.25 for the Hazard Powder Company.
Bureau of Yards and Docks, Ht June, 1S53.
QEALED PROPOSALS in dvplicatefor each class sepa r
kJ utclr. endorsed "Proposals lur Class To. , lor tin
ntf a'i fAivinliw u'ill 1 a rriroil ut ihtu otilCii unt
12 o'clock M.ont!is liUidayof July next, for furnishing unj
delivering, at such place or places within the navy yard
aforesaid as may be directed by the commandant thereof, the
materials ana anieies serein speciuuu, viz;
, ..CLASS Xo. I. Dollars Cts.
139,000 besthard-bumt red bricks per M....
CLASS So. 2.
CLASS Xb. 3. lltsoatLAXiovs.
3,S3Ibcshel clean.shaip sand porbushel..
CLASS Xo. 4. Mi.ckllakeoc8.
jU'iO f?t 1-lnch cypress sheeting.. ..per 1,000 feet
1 900 feot 11 Inch yBllow-plnoCoorlog per 1,000 feet
' 150 ftfetS luch whlte-plue plank. ...per 1,000 feet
8.T20 feet, board uieaaara,cprC6S,30 leot
long.lSbv 1-.' per 1,000 feet
21,000 feft.oardme.uore, cypress, 30 feet
lung, 0byl2 er 1,000 feet
AUthelunibor to bA of the best quality,
clear of sspwood, rot, knots, splits,
Bkatos,and allothtr defucti.
CLASS Xo. 5.
180 barrels best Louisville cement, lnbblt
of 300 pounds porbarrol
CLASS No.G. Miscellaxeocs.
290 pounds pig Jead...... r-per pound
48 piunds sheet copper, 30 by CO Inches
(No. 13) . per pound
15 boxes X tit per box
75 pounds block tin per pound
CLASS No. 7.
100 bushels charcoal per bushel
CLASS Xo.8. Miscellaneocs.
200 pounds English blisler-eteel,asort'd. perpound
200 pounds cast-fteel, assorted per jiound
511 poundshorse-shoelron,l by inch..por pound
2,596 pounds bariion,3 by 1 inch.-. per pound
CLASS No. 9.
304 piles, each 30 feet long, 12 Inches dlauv-
ster at middle per lineal foot
CLASS Xo. 10. Miscellaneous.
5 dozen 14-Inch bastard flies per dozen
4 dozen 14-Inch l-round bastard (lies. ..per dozen
3 dozen J4 inch finishing flies per dozen
4 dozen 10-lnch 3-sqhare flies ..per dozen
J dozen horse rasps Pr dozen
CLASS No. 11. -Misczllaheoos.
10,000 pounds best quality hay per ton
CLASS So. 12. Miscellaneous.
COO bushels corn per bushel
400 bushels oats Pr bushKl
6 bushels salt Pr bushel
2,000 pounds sheaf oats per poand
CLASS So. 13. MiscELLANrgci?-.,
20 pounds horse-shoe nails (So. 0) per pound
1 cast-irou swage-block, (200 pounfls.J pal-
1 churn mandril
1 plr 40-luch bellows
I mousu-hole anvil (220 pounds)...
1 screw plate, to put from 1 to 1
2 masons' squares (steul blades)....
2 2-foot folding rotes..
10 Billions lard oil
1 barrel coal tsr
20 pounds glue
20 pounds chalk
1 ream smd-iiaper, assorted Sus...
lj dozen So Kuss;a bristle btushos..
1 dozen 3 o llosslabrlslle brushes....
,4. per barrel
... per pound
dozen sash tools
i dozen camel's-hair pencils. assorted..per dozen
2 putty Kiaves
C Uozeu masons' lines
IU pounds rendered tallow.
2 pounds saltpetre
1 pound rlourof sulphur...
2 barrels tar
2 gallons traluoll
t ...lln.. v.V r.
, per dozen
2 ilozeu bottles mustang liniment
do'zenbottlesnervesnd bohcllp(nie'ut per dozen
CLASS No. 14. MtscELUNEcrs.
10 reamsbest quall'v raeJle'ba" pajr.-per ream
10 reams test ijualUyruledappaperW.',, per ream
4 quires envelope paper ...per quire
1 quire imperial drawing pape per quire
l mlra atlasdrawimriianer per quire
2 quirestracing paper, 40 by 20 inches.. per quire
GOO quills, So. cU, bestquali y per 110
4 gross best lnetalic pens per gross
4 dozen pen-holder per dozen
1 dozen plnlbotllesbcstblactink per dozen
1 dozen bottles French carmine redlnk..per dozen
2 dozen papers black sand par dozen
3 dozen blnuk books, Uvo (No. 9) per dozen
dozen pieccslndia-rubber per dozen
12 dozen black lead pencils, best rjoallty,
assorted..' ....:...;'..-..J. ...... -per dozen
2 dozen belts taste.- .' per dozen
4 dozen bdlts linen tape (red) per dozen
4 pounds red"sealiug- ax, best quality.. .per pound
500 euvelopes, assorted sizes per 100
' Forpriup'dschedulesand forrq or offer, b.iddorj are refer
red to llje Sa'yy Agfiit "at Memphis, Tenn.
It is to be provided iu the contract, and to Jjp distinplly
understood by the bidders, that the amount and number or
articles enumerated in classes headed "3Iiscellaneous," are
specified as the prtlialiU quantity which may be required, as
well as to fix data for determining the lowest bid; but the
contractor is lo furnish more or less of the said enumerated
articles, and in tilth quantities and at uclt times a the bu
reau or cmnmandint mayrequire,amr the fiscal yearend
ing30th June, 1854, and, if so requested, until f.irther con
tracts shallbemade for the ensuing fiscal year of ls54-'.)5;
and, whether the quantities required be more or less than
tlioe specincu, me prices suau itiimui utu ww
rrood ordar. frca
wlirl cnlii.iM IntTip
of the said navy yard, and be in all resjiects satisfactory to
the commandant inercoi
Contractors for classes headed "Miscellaneous, who do
not reside near the place where the articles are to be deliv
ered, will be required to name in their proposals an agent at
the city or principal place near the yard ot deliver-, who
may be called upou to deliver articles when they shall hp
required, . "'fe
The deliveries of all building materials majpe com:
menced forthwith, and must be commenced within sitty
days after tlfe date of tbg'contract, and continued from timo
totime.'asintheopinionof'thVcommandment pf the yard
the trautspf the service may require, and rr,urf Ucnaplcted
wilJiint.! fiscal year tmlliuj 30.' June, 1351.
Thoy wdl be measured, inspected, counted, or weighed,
by the rules adopted by the government at the navy vurd:
for instructions regarding which, and for a more particular
description of all materials reference is mado to the com
mandantof thevard: When all other things are equal,
preference will be given, iu awarding the contracts, to ar
ticles of the growth, production, and manufacture of the
Approved sureties, in the full amount of the contract, mil
be required, and twpntyper centum, as additional security,
deducted I from each payment uutil the contract shall have
beciTcompleted or caucellfcd, unless otherwise authorized
by "the deparfinent
On classes headal "Miscellaneous" to be delivered as re
quired during the fiscal year, the twenty per -entum re
tained mav, atthediscreiion of tho commandment, bp. paid
quarterly ou the first of January, April, Jply, nnd Octobpr,
yhen tlip deliveries cave bten satisfactory; tha balance
per centum reserved is to be paid until all rejected at tides
oB'ered under the contract shall have bosn removed from the
yard, unloss speciallyautborized by tho department
It will be stipulated in the contract that, if default shall
be mado by parties of tho first part in 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
ties will forfeit and pay to thp United States, as liquidated
damages, a wm of monoy equal lo twico the amount of ihe
contract price herein agreed upon as the price to be paid for
tho articles in 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 mike Rfidvti
Hmtthpy, in tho atanpai, are worth river and nbovc-lhcir
debts and liabilities the full amount of the contract.
Each offer must be signed by the person or persons mak
ino- it, and by the guarantors, according to the form annex
ed7and their resideuce.uaming the town and State, rAiyit ce
It Is to be providd In the contract that tho bureau shall
have the power of annulling the contract, without loss or
danism to tho government in case Congress shall not make
sntticiciit approprirtions lor 1he articles named, or for the
completion of the works cstinutsd for, and oh which this
advertisement is based.
Persons whose oiTersshall beaccepted will benotified by
letter through the post office, which notice shall be consid
ered sutllcieut; and if thev do not enter into contract for the
supplies specified within "fifteen days from ths ilitQ c( potico
from lhi tiiueuu of tne acccptauco fit Iheir'bid,' a contract
will be made with some other pervon or persons, and the
guarantors of such defaulting bidder will be held responsi
ble for all delinquencies,
All rifi'qRi net made. In Uriel amnrm'J; with this cdver
1iS4inent"will, at the option ofthe bureau, be rejected. Thnsd
onfv whose otters may bo accept ed will be notified, and con
tracts will be ready fdrexecutiun without delay by the navy
FORM OF OFFER.
To V,e Chief ef the Bureau of Yards and Voelf, Xarr; ZJf-
iiartmeiA. . .
of , in thj Stat of , hereby offer to
fumisli, under vonr'advertiscment dated day of ,
and subject to" all the requirements of tho same, all the ar
ticles embraced in class No. , viz:
(Here insert the articles; with prices rarried out) amount
ing to (write the aggregate in words.) Audi propose
(name the agent if one is required by the advertisement.)
The undersigned, ' , of , in Ihe State of
and , of . tn the State of
as guarantors, hereby undertake that the
above named will, f ol&r b5 accepted, en.
ter into contract, as before required, with the United States,
within fifteen days after the date of notice through the post
office of the acceptance ot bid.as before mentioned.
I certify that the above named and
are known to me to be good and responsible guarantors in
'Trbo'Mgacdbyanavyagent, collector, or district at-
'hLJir' therPMSOn EDWIN OPERRIN!0
juneI5-lawd4vr. Navy Agent
NE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS j
FLOUR. I have jnst received o hundred barrels
superfine flour, choice brand- SAMUEL SEAY. 1
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
Tiit EmieJywcr ail ltemediu for Vie JJ'ueatet of the JAver
Dytpepe'u, Eularoetneni and IniUamt'wn of tit
Jfcar&urm, Colic Flalalenee, file', Cbntirpjtim, alf
uimnwo i! xsnnt; an tvcbaiwiit Manie jroma
disorderd rtate tf the Stomach, Liver or Boteel, at
Scrofula and Sort of any tind. For General Delil'dy,
from which Ladies '"frequently tvjfer, there is not Ue
equal in t)ie whole Materia ifedica.
rpHE inventor of this preparation was for three years s
JL completely prosti-uted train Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that he was frequently for weeks at a time unable to
raise liimself from his boL Jia sought aid from ply sicians
at home aud in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing though the press of his own case,
until tho character of the medicine was fulh- established
by its success, as shown l.y the certificates which We oeen
I subjom the certifictte of Prof. M. Oaedert, of Me mphi?,
Tcnn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my
., . . MEi,raw, Tenn., April 17, 152.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Ur. 3
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I ceLeve
lower than I have ever seen anyone that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver aflection,
aud after trymg the preemptions ot manv Physicians in this
as wellas other countries, without reliefhe finally suceedfcd
with a preparation or his own in being restored to good
heaRk M. GABBERT, M. I).
Physicians i are : requested to try this preparation. We
reelsatiiJied it will sustain the character we cue to it in tiis
n ' , IlKiTsvuiE, January 12, lStf.
Dr. Bledsoe: I tike the liberty and fell it to te y duty'
to recommend to ell persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound as "a very
scperinr medicine Myson.aged loyeare, had been under
medical treatment about fire years for dyspepsia and diar
rbea wbeu having almost despaired of his reooverr I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which 1 believe,
entirely rmred him. MICAJAH CAYCE.
t o , Uc:;TSTILlJt Oct 17,185a.
Ua. llLEmoc homo time has elapsed since I gave a cei
tificatetiiat my wife had been greatly- benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in Envinjr to
Use public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in tho stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought tobe
tho best physicians in the place and a great many differen
medicines, with mom'entirj- relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did to and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her; and I would coriscJentiouslT
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liverand dyspepsia. X. B. ROBERTSON.
. Hcntstolf, Sept 29,1351. i
.. ins jiuuiiuuiuu ui your Alter
ative Compound, I think ltmy dutv tesayfo the public, that
1 had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
veu by physicians, and never fouud any thing that would cer
tainlv rpliriVH mo until I ii-iiwl il.utiKrmn,n.i;A:n. ,u;.i
relieved me in every attack iu leia than an honr.
WM. B. LLOYD.
.. u , r0,"- C?L',STr. Ten-. Dec 23, 1351.
fo you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to "further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has eutirely re
lieved mff. so that I IlAVf lint liirl rt l .1.:-
. ' " . " . " " wm: ail V luuig in
two months. I can eat anything I waut with impunity, and
beheyc my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspensia again I shall be sure to
call on yesu I am very respectful! v vour friend.
A.L,iA.-tuaut d. JIAKWOOD.
m.- . -r .1 V?1"- Ala., August S4,1S51.
This is to eertifr. Hint I ha.I Mir,..l e, Jr.
- - -v , -- ...Ml, JViUQ vyiiu
Dvsrnsot ;iiH llisiiiw nflliA T ll . i m
... i- i j ., iivsmiiui aiier i n v
Kifmii hail nin..hfiil tti n,A ,r.U . "
Jl . I ...v ivuo.iv mv receiving any oen-
eht when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
me s(uuiiuiy, unci i recommend it
because of tha same happy effect upon others of my aoqiwint
ance. jaEPH f!tnnTUf.'po
HwrsviLLE, Ala, March 8,1852.
Dr. IlLErt?OE: Sir: Jiirlmii.v fnn. ii.a .
have already advertised, it will bo almost unnecessaryfur me
to add further evidpnn in mwwl fr. ilw l.a..i;.... tt. r
your Compound; but I must say, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen.
HWui,uuMiiuici huiuu renner. a commenced tid
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and hivo cained
25 or 80 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
, . , ..... i..ii,i uurr,
Tj,? lip rrr.n rr.Mlif.iiiA ,o Ccntn I A nj c. . .
s ; j . i cicij Airug oiore in
tha city, and most cf the towns in the State. G. W HEV
DERSllOTT. General Amrnt fi.r I,Ia-,Ia;., .i .
icine. "1'rice jl per pint Bottle, novl8-lvd fr '
OR, Y.'M. aicLANE, '
TmTaT7 Aim rJT"THTKr onrvr tiaatiti
"O ESPLCTt tiLLY announces to the citizens of Xashvili,
111 find viclnitr. flinl hn hn mtiimoit .
, T r r . . , ' " tuiAiii aim 1 1 11
deuce of fourteen years m tho Soulh, aaTpernwticntlyla.
cated himself in fcoulli Nashp'Ua, at tlie corner of Wast
ington a,nd lVail streets, where he may at all times be four
by those who may wish to consult him.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing cases of the following diseases, vis Ner-
TV-.ll-i A lEiAf lna I Iror PnmnT.:nl. ll l. m.t, .
Dr,niighi3 residenee in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordinary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from his much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and tho degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and Ditraisje
oftbe sick and afflicted.
T',',1? , DR. WM. McLANE.
STaII Lfetlers addressed, post-paitt'to South Nashville.
DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OTMEJvT,
AMR. WINTERS had W nearly all of his hair and
had. been bald for rnany years; by the use of three tot
ties of ihe Mjgnetic Ointment, had his hatr entirely rf.
stored, and now has as beautiful a head of hair as any man
could wish. His age is about 50 year.
A son of Mr. Warren, of this tbwn, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle- Ho had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was pnp cf
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; ho wa.8. emae'atrd al
most to a skeleton. Br the pse of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he mitfiarouaitycjrea, and for seven months pust has
enjaved robust heafllu
This was au extreoie case ot inflammation tf ths spleen,
of long standing, has a vai iety of treatment from no less than
tight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the usccf only four bottles or tba Mamtig Oint
ment This wa3fourrrwnthsaQ;n,Q the tidy Ox Mrs. Dun
bam,) is stii! in gfiaa health; ana able to attend to her usual
baoschoid diititu. 1 have treated two cases of Chrcm ic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearl
bHnd, as to need an attendant to lead them frm pises to
place. One. of thorn had been aU;td 19 vears, the other
about 9 years, '.fhsyiihd tried the best physicians in the
Sata, vithiMt benefit; and one of them had been under ths
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cinsteniti, for
eighteen months, and had expenud hundreds of dollars iti
vain cflbrts to effi-ct $ cure. They 'are now bv" use of the
Magne,i? Continent, nearly or quife cured; and are able to
read and attend to iiny ordinary business. ( have used tlie
Oiiitmeut iu n number of cases of Pilvs, and in no catehasit
failcil tf airing iizmsJuiti 'relief an generally a permatunt
trnrt. 1 Lave alioused it beneficially in severe cases or Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I have withiu the hyit ypar
cured four cases ol CANCER by the use, cX thd Jjaqnttia
Ointiient aloDf! '
IVyitn a thordugh trial of (he Ointment in nearly every
disease for tthich it is recommended, t can confidently jy
commend it to be ono of the most useful remedipa ever ol
fered to tlie public, RBsricrftfully Ynursl
Sl'llTax HUBllELL, M. D.
Dated Jan 27, 1S30, Amelia, Ohio.
The cliuracterof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of jndi
vidualswhn ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment.
For sale bv ' H. (. SCOVEL,
' " J'SRBY A HEJ10VILI.E,
mr-v6 OARTWRIGHT & ARMSTRONG.
IRA A. STOUT,
COACH 21 A N Ul'ACTb RE R ,
No. 5 Clark Stbect, Nasuville, TeWv,
Xextdoor to JL S. French's Grocery Warehauc, ami op
posite Mlrris it Strntton's
LL kind of carriages for sale, with harness
to suit AH work sold by me is nude
the Clark Street JIanufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on as good Terms, far Cash or good notes, as any work
made Nonh or East,
Repairing dona with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. maris.
THE thorough bred Jack, MA1UNG0 MAM
MOTH, direct from Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tennessee at Caney Sprintrin
Marshall county, five miles below the fishing ford in Duck
Ti: I . I . c I 1 1 imiiMnivi .. . I T. 1 ..
j.iier, ui imny-uve uirnaio iib-i-uiiuu mij uugiiuiii
fee. Jennets seut from a distance will be pastured gratis,
aud grain fed, if required, at fifly cents ptr week, ne is
full fifteen hands two and a half inches high, good honest
measure, unusually large bone, and heavy; black, with
mealy nose. He has the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him highly to those who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For further particulars see hand bills,
march ll-n KNIGHT & WILSON.
. vjiumn ujpop.ia., unuisana
1 Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthma. Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
; sumptions Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits Dropsies.
I Cancers, Ulcers, Scioffulous, Uemoptasis of the LuugsVand
1 other Hemorages; Diarrhcea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer-
nirinl nfl VAnriMt T.inla rtfll. lllJ. l: r nt :
,i" , i lire uiwm iuMjossa a unu
dren. orm and various other Uis 'asis ina'AWf 'itii i,-
.... i vs ,VF ,, ir
NOTICE TO WTilTrTRWTHAVTrLT.TrRn
npUROUGU by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads!
1 aJelphlato-piltsburV. Pa., MassiUrtn, Wooster. Cleve
uuiu, Aoiew.sJOtumbua.lJinciunati.Jndl'vriarKi lis. Ijltavelle.
Ti-rrA ttatif a rM.:. 1 ,-, fi ' Lti -i .r '
from Phdadelphia to Cincinrati in 87 hours.
Khnrtt-st unit outi-t-Af m...i r. , .1.
Gri WesC Pl Tl W "c "
rome 10 uneaus. univ xil to Uincdnnatlr fnotnTjima. I
t n-t i.r i..i.a.ix.uv
vnieSlO to StUuLs Yral'eruKsjvAiiia, Railroad, an - the
pi.iu. ic-iuMiuuci,ieucs 1 i5iourgouiuay; Jvoystone
State, Capt Charles Stone, leuves Pittsburg Monday: Alle
Fare through by Railroad. from Philadelphia to Pittsburg,
$9 50; JlassiUon, S10; Cleveland, ?10 ; Mimsiield and Crest
line, fell; Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, SIS; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline,) $15; Chicizo, (vi-i Michigan. Southern R. It.)
SIS 25. To Chicago. Waukegati, Kenosha, 111, Raciiie, Mil
waukie. Slieboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, $13.
The Cars willleave tha Commonwealth's SlatioD, N.E.
Comear of Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham & Dock, Agents of the State
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
" The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg,. Cleve
land, Cincinuati and Chicago, will leave at T 'oClock;"A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in 3; hours.
The night Mail Train at Ipjt, P. M. Through to Cincin
nati iu i) Lours, including One night's coni&rtable rctt at
Theabove lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, nar
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, ncllidaysburg, Jolin
stown, Ureenburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case of loss, the Company will hold themscl
ves responsible for personal baggage onlr, and forati amount
not exceeding $100. THOS. MOORE, Agent
jnneitf. Pennsvlvania Railroad Co.
bia and all intermediate places, willleave the aoove station
llieUommbia Railroad Line for Harnsburg, via Colurm
. i n .-. . 1 . 1 . . jiii . . 1 . 1 . .
at 1?, P.M.
THIS road now complete, it opons, a communication be
twcenPituburg and Chiladclphta,orPlttsbiirg and Ball),
mora. By which Preighl from the west can reai h an eastern
markftqidekerand cheaper Umn-by any of the pres-nt" rival
outes: they connect with the dally packets at Pittsburg,
from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheellnp, and all the
difiarent points on the western -waters. Alf 9 with the Clexe
land and Pittsburg Kali Koad, and OMo and feniMjrvanla
Rail Road at Pittsburg., Cars run (hrongit between Pitlsbnrgh
and Philadelphia wtthouttranshlprcent of freight, an adran
Ugn that can be appreciated by all shippers.
In case of obstruction cf naviatian by ice or low wstr
freights westward can be forwarded from PittsUurjrto CIn
clnuatt, or towns in the Interior bv Railroad. .
11.VXKS or FitJStGtrr
Between Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Raltmnre.
FirM CJluss. Winter Snrr
Rates: It'ttis. .
Dry Goods, Books and Stationary Iioots, r, K-0 lbs.
Shoes, Hats nnd Carpeting, Furs und I'i-I h
tries. Feathers, Saddlery, &e. . )
Brown Sheeting e Shirting, iu Hales,)
Drugs.fllass Ware, Groceries, except C-'if-1 f'i cts.
ffee, Hardware, Hollow Ware.Maealnery, f.
Oilcloth, Wool, Ac. I
Butterln Firkins & Kegs, CandieH, Pot-1
ton, in winter,! Queensnrsro, Tallow, 1 75 cts.
Tnl.,.. In T,...r. . , ri.i .
.uuimwi, UI 1II.IUI M 1 .r.I. , 1 1. U , J i. ; '
ward, Ac.Jjc. J
1'ourtlt Clithv. v
Bacon, Cotton (iu summer,'1 Coifce.Lard)
and Lard Oil, (through) Pork in-full car. i CS'CU." 40ct
loads at owners risk. J
Geo, C, rraueiticus,
Freight jtent, Pittsburg.
K J. Sncctler,
tYti'M .Ivtnt, Pl'htlttriia.
ftlugruxv Is liimiis,
lt Jig tut 1, Balti-jtre
J. JL, V.r.intt.
Freight Ji:l,X. West St., .V. V.
11 JI. tloilbton,
Oeu. Freight jtgent, Philadelphia.
march in, 1S53 ly
H ART) WARE AND CUTLERY.
TALL & CUNXINGHA.-U,
No. 47, College Street, Nashville, Tess.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stnpfc of HARDWARE
and CUTLERY forUiaSpin;Tradey and in calling
the attention of tha merchants of Middle aud Easi Tennes
see, rvntacxy. and Nurth Alabama, to their large and varied'
assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with tliat ol any House in any country, nnd when tha
it em ot Transportation is coJisiJondd, it will be found that
self-interest shoa prompt all dealers in thU section of Ihe
country to encourage a home nrartet
They also invito the attention of Hlacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools
Fanning Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on haad.
leathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, takou at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in pavment of debts.
Feb. 26, 1853,
J. II. Iturrotv'si Putent Plrntattott
THIS Mill differs from all ohaj In the eunstrne Hon of
the upper or RunrdDg hlone, which is composed of
French Biirr Blacks, enclosed la a cast Iron Case, which
foiws the back and hoop of the Stone with a Cast Iron K;e,or
Busn,thanisofgreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top, which Is secured to tbe back by fnurbo1ts,so that
every block Is in the form of a dove tall which gives greator
strength to aStonethananyother method which Is required
In small mills, where the stone Is run with groat speed, and
beromes dangerous If not strongly made. It also gives any
weight tn a stone of small (Rstvctor ti.it Is requaed? Without
having itlhlck ot hlgu, that make's H'lophcavy.'
This mill fa a square frame mado of wood or east iron. In
ihe form of a bhsk,w!th Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grind, ui o.n the same
principle as a larve mill, diL'ering on(yln tuj Rupp&r stone;
this being of great wcishtenatfea It to grind nearer the cen
ter a greater quantity qf grain 'with Te-s power ihjn auy other
mill now Ip u;e. Ibis, mill lsporiable,aaduiay beattached
to steam,' water, horse or hiia power.
ALSO, all (Izas of Erench Burr -Mill Stones, manufactured
on ths same ptinclple.
Jomph 11. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for
which be obtained Letters Palut In 1342- For aliinfringe
meats tho purchaser will be held responsible for the right
These Mills do not require a MlUright to set them up; and
all that Is necessary to put them tn operation. I tq ajtaci a
hand to the pulley on the splndlo, with a duim sualciciitly
large to run a twenty-four Irch SlilT sfHO rerolutloos per
minute, attached to Gin, Meara.orWstor Powar. Bytho
steady application of two hoi.e power th Mill will grind sx
to 8 bushels per hoar of good meal: and will grind wheat
Hi wellas corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put lo Its fulles,
speed, wli' grind from ten to ntteenbushelsperhq'ir
These mills are warranted tobe tn every rstpejtii toeom
mended. lhncnoNS roa Usuio-PlafaycorialUaboulSOfoetfrom
the Driving Pulley la a level poslllsn; make the belt of
lt-atber six c.r eight Inches wide. Give iho Stone240 rcvohi
Ighs a rbl'huto with the sun. Keep the neefc and step cf
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the hsok cf'the
HnnnlngMone.inthasamowayas the Cross on the Driver,
that is.theway uiey are inmeuio run
Kof.-r to Thos. Patterson. Jiso..oniirttiana county, unio,
JeF80Peal,Jsq.,ofCUr,1O0 couiiy. Ohio;C. ft. Itradhry,
ai . nf Cincinnati, and a aurnhcr or others.
AH oriersdlrectedto JOHN . BOUJIAX,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Middleod East
Tennessee, or ' J- H. BUKIiOWS,
JanPtJ d.tr-w.&w.ly. "West Front at Cla.O,
TAirORTANT TO IRON .HANtjFACTl'-
1 I.ERS JAMES, KENTON , of Newark, New Jersey,
bits discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron
rliroctly from the ore, with wood or minerhl coal, styled by
him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the man-
laciure 01 iron longsougui auer, uui ui er ietliuio 1-t
taine.1 until Mr. lfepr? discovery, . &n J which Produces ut J
a sin2le heat the bcit quantity of Uoonvs. ut a leia eo.han
pig iron is now usually made. Iitei-K t'atbut bate-been
t'or'tlie sale of riglvts, and iu IntniJiictiim throngliout tbe
ll-..,; 1 . . t. . , 1 - J - e 1 .I ....... ...nm.
of 1ho great advantages thU new and dieable inven
tion has over any other known trHKie, wethintitbr-tsubser-
ving their interesllo thus carlyin.press upon them the in- i
..,( !..rT:i At thij, i-xin inriii.
portanceof an examination pi the merit ot this late inven
tion beloreembr.rtiaginany outer tr.auo ior mn.ng mm,
assttrinc thiini, of its entire snecess and practicability, as rtfc
nAOflstratitt by the furnaces nowin successful operation al'te
this plan. t
It is not our purpose in this advertisement to .peak par
ticularly of the nlmost incalculable hr(antag.w Uls piot-esS
possesses over all othor modes for making Iron; (u this is
containeil in our circular, which wo will be pleased to mail
to, the address oi any one lnterestea m uie mauer, j ih iu
call the attention of those about investing in tbe inanufac i
tureoflron. and ttwpeetfully invite an cniminatioii of the 1
f v " ..' ,i.!. i t,:l. I-a In i
turnaoe W3 areereciiiig in i-iis tor, ouu num ..... .
oporat ou by the rtk Jnue next, or w me iumacesoiine
- 1 . ... 4r -r r- at.
Cruuu WIUI uijuipicir siii.i.i;iK-. 11 . v. - - -
erating with completi
Cincinnati) June 1 bw.
PATEITT CHOPPING HILL,
For Chopping Com or other Grain,
An article which tiery Farmer thovld hate.
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 in Its conatruction, that any boy
twelve years old can .keep it in order and run, it Itisadap
ted to either Steam, Water or Horse l'oiver.
Having sold tbe entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, fo Messrs. J. B. Cowan and A.
C. Howard, of Nashvule, persons wishing to purchase can
nnd them at J. M. Seabury's, on College street where they
auII be happy to take orders. I50SS A -ADA-IS-ang2.
WANTED TO BUY At thU-office, twestt or
thirtt negroes. The highest .market pnee wilUje
given if application is made soon. inaysl IK
glienev, Uapt unaries w Uatchelor, leaves Pittsburg Tue: I P?!5- '18 "'greuientare tue natural antiuotcs to these com- 1 the periods hereinafi.H - . A ana MISSISSIPpr,"it
ay; urvstai raiaee. lapt u lvounii, lavo .Pittsburg Wed- a"'"- ai cuangestnenarareoi uie nuius, ana causes uietr ithTnHii(F ..o,-?,-uw:
ncsdav; Brilliant Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs- P""on m a natural manner. It does not leave them to in- mendng on Mony th V ris j ln
aay: I'ltisDurg, uapt itugti tampbeu leaves nttsburg m ( rT""" "cem inc. siomacn ana Dowels, out attacftng thedUposal ofsuch sWionTknAJr oeptember
aay; messenger, no. uapt jeim tvjin;euer. leaves nils- 7 -, 'uem, ana tne uisease immediately onn rvncrs aVwito --.fi! ; i seciions, be
te'JWiftfWW te! !1,ref?W" " mentoedSrwi " mth.
cAua. 1 u is li ui i. lo vii.iuiiati. c . jAmisviiiv. 01: cfc. i .1 . . . " iuv iiiseAse aou tuTcais in
4 A 1 4
THE GRJEFEXBERG DISEJTTTmv jvt-
f A ui--isa.r)eeciVRii(i miaioriMrpniiiv rp in .Mimif .
1 ?Tim rRiVTmf r, M0RBUS,
l uIu..., viiit.
' Mostreuie in ulse
intestinal canal and on
preventing the expulsion
wast.vnvafublT Pour forth again, with increwed violence.
though nature sometimes overcomes tlie evil, while therem-
alone bears off the praise. Not so with the Dysentery.
I', -Aivf ibes and reffores the system to
pet feet qmet The inflamersiiriaces of the stomich and
intestines are truarded aMinst Amw " iTTT :" ST..
traliiilion ot ih, .tZZ.". ""''I""") uc. ncu- '
sumesit Mtaral llhfcS' u4r- 1
! . THIS MEDICINE NEVER FAILS. A complete enre '
1-is warranted- Price only 50 cents per bottle. I
! inr.el5. ALKX SACKENIE, Agent for the State. 1
. A Clergyman of Xashyilleiuformedmebstaaon when the '
Cholera was threatened, thai in one week he cured 21 I
f cases of the premonitory symptoms with a few bottles of
this Dysentery Syrup. , A. M.
PRINTED LIS EN 5 ! PRINTED LINENS 11
At Xa. 9, Union Street.
JUST Tecelved (direct importation) one Case Linen Dress
Goods, containing a great variety of Stvles and pat
terns, which will to sold 25 percent less than the usual
Price. Also, a variety of dress Goods consisting Bcrages,
Lawns and Muslins; for styles and prices, are unsurpassed
Evany in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of
all kinds constantly on hand. The attention of the Ladies,
U particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before pur
chasing. mav25 TIITJRSTON A BERNARD.
T TTE take pleasure in nrmonncinf tn our nommoq frfuni?.
f V and. patrons, that we are now; ready to accommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of the benefits of our
place txtensi ve preparations; have heed made for the coln
lo,rt hoth oftbe invalid and the mao of pleasure. It were
needless for us to attempt to set forth the value of our place,
Ia a medicinal noinf of view. Manv. affliebjd with varum
aiseases, nave VLsjietl us, and alter a few weeks sojouni,
. .. . ' -
have gone away cither entirely cured or greatly relieved
panicm.ny sucn as nave ccen- aniicieil witu Scrolula, di
seases of the Skin, Stouo in the Bladder, and al.;o of the Di
gestive System in goueraL Of these facts, there Is an abun
dance cf proof, and many who have certified tolhem, and the
same have gone forth to" the afflicted people. And we have
at this time tno living specimen ct Scrofula cases cured
found auil welt, with us, to be seen as testimony to ourdec
laralion;. one of which was almost a hopeless case.
We areiu Macon county. Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
of Lafayette, -urcountr w-at, " or 7o miles from Nashville,'
4j mucs nirnpike. ana tno. balance high ridge road, and
other good country nxtd coming from every point from f
Lebanon, 'Wilson &oiu.1v, Ilartsville, Cartilage, (iunsboi-0 1
MM. V.. HARE.
J. A. TAYLOR,
R, Y Priprietors. I
s". i :
mavl2 tr wSm
VALUAEiE LAND FOR SALE.
,.-cv aud grist milt, and as it can be subdmtFcd into 'several
small larms, it allows a guou opportunity tor persons wish
ing ahoiue in a pleasant lOunlri, un ricli kinds, and within
a convenient distance of good schools churches, Ac T?rms
UbcraL Title indisputable. For further information, ap
ply to W Spes-ck, Murfrccsboro, or to thp subscriber
W. L. MURFREE.
M urrrfesboro', August 1S52 eotr
THE GENIUS OF ENTERPRISE.
After Rome ivas subjugated Ly tbe hoards ornorthern bar
bariatiis in the fifih ccutnry, the luminaries of science that
had shone with such effulgence upou the Greeks and Ro
mans, werea',mostextiuguished, and forages the world Uv
in a,n interminable nightof mental and moral gloom. The
human intellect seems to have laid dormant during tbe long
aud tedious Winter, with no enlivening spring to uwakeu
and revivify its inasiive powers. But at length the dawu of
a brignter day began to appear, and slowly and majestical
ly arose from that murky chaos tho sun of enlightenment
ordered by Providence, "to gladden and illuminate the world
with his beams. The advent of PYFER 4 CO.
Tha Truly Fcrtaaate aad Far-famed
PYPEll & CO.
In the 19th Century, dispelled like mist before the rising
sun the night of mental darkness that has brooded over tlie
world; and though their glimmering star had risen slowly
above the horizon, it culminated with the quickness of tbe
electric spark, and rapidly diffusing its lumiuous rays
throughout the world, presented to the tranquil gaze of ad
miring imllious, the semblance of the
ANCHOR OF HOPE.
Read the great good bestowed last month.
UNPRECEDENTED AND BRILLIANT LUCK!
The foUoxing SplendUl Prizes sold Uie last four tceete:
$55,496, in Package Wholes, sent to an old and heretofore
unlucky Correspondent residing in Santa Rosa county,
Florida, wlio his often said his turn must son come,
and he was not disappointed. So much tor persever
ance. $30,0X, package of Quarters, sent to Tennessee.
426,000, pactage of liuarters, snt to Alabama.
$12,000, m single AVI10I9 Ticket, sent to Pennsylvania.
$10,214, package of Halves, sent to Virginia.
' $9,00), package of AVholes, seut to South Carolina.
($7,5000, package of Halves, sent to Xorth Carolina.
For brilliant Prizes, always mail your orders,
PYFER A CO., Ai; 1 Lightstrett, Baltimore,
157" The most ncctosfu) method to draw a Prize is to
! Pitrclat a paciagej The experience of every day strength-
eua una ucciorauuu,.
uNo sixth tcord at FuiT' at Pyfer tj- Co's.
X3J Forward your orders without delay!
Splendid Schemes for July, 1853.
iJaT'Tbe Certmcate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
oniy, are given Deiow.
Price ?i Price a f
$2 50 $10 00
18 5 of 12.000
5 3 of 15,000
JSDrawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries ere drawn.
J3fCorrespondents will pieasa order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a lwgv per cenfage in favor of those purchasers
vvhoor&r by tliePxckage, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in tlie Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase of PackadS of Tickets in every in
stance. f-:?-7Kt- n,fi.n.p.rf:n. ,i,.. f n,;t ..1,:- ,- n.,.iA
.i;,4 :, .i:.i.. .,(,, Vi.. i.... 1
l-??"Benirabef A PsCKAGisof 'ficxirrs. can dnw rocR
of th roost splendid prizes in a scheme.
J-ifln order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, tlie readers of this paper have
only to remit cash DnrfU rr prize tickstz, to tlie Ol J Estal-
lisried; tar tamea am:
11 never laiis to cure tha worst mvLsihla nM r.r Kmr.t
"e "1 complaints in a few hours. It is purely vegetable, and taken
".I.-. AK.r.. .u. in almost anrnuantity is rjerfectly harmless.
ioriiiarrnea,iccs up the pcres oftbe wliirtT. . -"V " , au bearin? the
ly for a time alleviate tlisease by ' TfS ,0nitedStates?wi.f.
r,. n: L- . .i .t f..
01 uie acnu auid. which will al- I .s.o.:. " Jioone and Ohtn
a. ..... ... ' oiue ui 1 rin ma Ar4L. sf.ci : -
T OFKKTitnr esla S.MUrAH fA nT1.A 1;.. l,
1 .-; 77 ., J. , . ermeniioneuiownAUip.-s,toiWTi;
I line t-jt two miles from Murfn-eshnrB . on th. Nnshnlt f '
Turnpike read, and on tbe Nashville and Chattarwoga Rail- i urt of w v
X truly iurtuuate Bxcbange and Lottery "' V Wrr.
PYFER A CO., t "7"H ERE may be round at all timesa brg assort
Xn 1 Light street lia'.timoiv. Mil. VV ment of Winchester's, Davis A June's JtTjeta
une2y 1 rq
Tr' rALE 0F TOWN" 7 OT
npHR..ndersig,Kl will ag.iiu offer for sale on TUESDAY,
1 --r -, , ,.,;, 1t,-, , .,, ., ,r
J- the 2U day of August, 19.. a. large number of
T ,cl01 b BnJ 'n town site ot
"r.V 7 - . . . . .t. . .1
of the Nashville and Xw Orleans, The .Mobile and JUiio
liama RailrouLs, a Railroad communication will be opened
between this place and Mobile in twfnfy-tivo hours, with X.
urieansin twenty- ive pours, ana wan -Mempnis in tourieen
hours; that m less than one Tear uie communication will be
opened wim k. i3rie.sioiiar.asavannaii in twenty-nve noursj
that on coranleliou of tho Viraiuu Railroad:
, a comir.untca-
tinn will bo opened with Richmond. Norfolk, Ac, in nVmt
thirtr-nre nours; mat up-m me compietuiu ot tho l-oaas
nortri-east and north-west from Nashville, a communicatiou
trill lie opened with all the Northern. Xorth-Western, and
Nnrtu-Kuatem cities. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Ac, Ic, in fifty to sixty hours. Thus in the short
space of say two to three year, command will bo had from
. f .... - .. r i. . - . ii . I . . 1 'jl, .....Ism
l(upohtt inafe 4
Kftstern. &outh-e.5t;ni, SouUieni. Souib-western, erii,
VAli K-utam nV0
i I Tx-lPiimillltlt JUHfflnLKW.
m t i Anmiunm irirn ins com- '
' . v " , ; ..nrirallwl health-
,. - ,.
tha surrounding country, productions of the soil, ample and
commodious width of the streets, ccrUmly rendertlus place
central in a remarkable degree, and adapted in every respect
to businessof every variety, ami w me mu uesiraoieauu
pleasantresidenccs. , '
Terms One and two years credit with approved securi
ty or one-third cash, (deducting interest in proportion
to time) and balance in one and two yews, without secu-
"'plans of town may be seen at tbe place, -nd any informa
tion furnished bv application to the proprietors, Messrs.
Decherd A Sandford. DAN. TRIGG,
june 21 td Auctioneer.
. "11 TAGNOLIA COTT'OIV. We ais. agents for the
JXL sale ot uie ceteoraten JlAliUL.lA uuxxu.N StihiU,
an article which several years experience with some of our
best pbnters has proven'to be better adapted to Middle Tea
nestee than any that was evergrown. Call soon or they will
all be gone. JOHNSON A SMITH,
jan2V ' Broadway.
BY THE PRESIDENT OP THE TOTTM.'
su.i.iEjlCFPe:Hllnt oftbe United
Otatesvdo lien-hir .11 j " .
known, that Vcot
'. Inilr-A on racl,
River railnnd in
Ppt subject to double th.
Xorth of the last Unt and wt of tie principal merlli.
aownshipscne, two, three, andW. of range two.
Townships one, two, threc,r, and fixe, of range trim
raJe'ronT -"' nd "Tof
Townships three, four, five, six, and erven, cf range m
Suth of the last line and msteftiu principal meridian,
Tntvpi tr"' Svr' and A, of range ost.
To!pSne,,wothree- Mr."&J&. cf range two"
Townshipsone.in. anitr. Z. J2
I Township ,"of range Tree
! &trlint ofOeprlncinal neridian.
Vtri1 i"w. of range are.
AttheUndOfficeatJJlOlOPOLlstinTI. o. .
mencing on Monday tbetWclIth d r? c e"meSa. eom
the durSisal of suchscrtioiBrI ,SfAS'pl5Ib-vne.t&
odd numbers Zn
dennentioned townships to wit mUutd tt -
Xorth ojthebaKe and vest of a principal meridian.
Townships eighteen, nineteen, and taenia nfw,
rnencrngon Monday, the fifth dayrfmlnSttorX
disposal ot suchsecuons and rrts erections. rSoT
odd numbers above referred to, as are situated in the -ub-dennennoned
townships, to wit:
Xorth of the baee tins and west of (he principal meridUn. ia
tha southern surreytng district.
Township ttcentv-oxe. cf mn-nvnm.
At the Und office at COLUMBCS, in .Mississippi, comiren-cini-on
Monday, tha mnptoomli .ln .rQ.. Tif .
. ... . 1 1 J.i 1 ii. umiiL rj
i cmg on .Monday, ha mneteenth day of September next for
the disposal of sach. sections and parts of sections, bei'mr
, w.iHciiGuiu, iu siiuaieu m trio
undermentioned townships, to wit:
Xorth of the bate line and cast of tie Chxtjte menOian.
Towcihips (iohi,,itteen, sttmteen, htee, ninety and
tjenty, of range rtrricx
Townships eyht, nine. Unite, thiri.enJurlefUtiitnt tar.
ta,renteeti, eighteen, mrwtecn, and tweeiy, of ntnga
Townlships eight, mm, Un,tUtm. Js thirteen, four
teen, tiOeen. sixteen, seeietn, eighteen, and xhi. of
range stVESTKEj;. .
Townships w,nme, ten, eleven, bethe, if.irir,. fr
tetn, ffUen, and siuetn, of range uchtskx.
Townsliipsj eijikt, niue, ten, eleven, and cln, of rasi
Atthe Land Office at AUGCSTA, in tfce snwSt4 teta
niencingon Moo.iar, e ttfnty eketlt fay oTSepttml.-mut
for the disposal of such .friiiia.uii.l n.ru ..r i -
the tXxivtr men-iUie.
Townships one, tte, tire, jW. W r
TowtLsiiirH one, two,, three, four, livf.. fix, and setmoC
Townsliips ame, Uei, Utret, fwsr, Mtr, Mr, and serin. of'
range sixtaxs. .
Tim nships onejre, six, awl seven, of rarijw sevimsaj,-.
Township tern, i4 range fsMitMlV. "
Xortk of the lose Hue, tcet of He meritm, d mHf I'rorX
Townships three, four, Jirt, sir, sevo, ansl
Townshipsiy, sir, seven, eight, imTm, ami ten. f range-
Townships ww, eight, nine, ami fen, tf neir sb
Townships ja4 nine, ami ten, isfrsagv eisr.
The townships herein OViiwued in rouun ltnn.ari
whollywithin the Hmits ot "x seetMMts iuwiittli ii;tcl
side of .said road," nnd those in itattte are feWKr wi'n itaiij
limits, as designated on the diagrams, whicii w.il b fat-mj-lied
to tbe respective district land offices bv ths- "Com
missioner of the General Land Office.
Lands reserved fur school, military, and otter imrnose'
will be excluded from sale. ' r
Tho lands will be sold wSsWf to tie riant of wav erantev!
by the said act of rth September, 1M, to the Siai aforr.
said, for said railroad, not exceeding -it i ..' teUoa
each side thereof; and therefcre tlie partMTtWr tnetos.UiKt
which include the mad will be sold as ai.,iuir.g.b,,qux.i
titiesrespectivelv shown by tbe orficwl plat.
Each sale will be kept open fcr a tism HtHinVnt huadmlt
of offienng all the lands, but not exceeding it ck,s,(Bn4.
eppheations to make private entries of the hwuN rdlred
under this procMmatiou will not be received milil aAisrthe
close of the public sale.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,' the
tweuty-third day of ilay, aunettasawi ee- tbanssutfTght
hundred and fifty-three. FRANKLIN PlEKCJLt
By the President:
Commissioner if the General Lund Ofie.
Xutiee to actual settlers on Unds fthe United Stat "riqiuf
ly wUhdratenfrem market em oeoKuU of tie rrtf-nnt
Under act of Congress, approved Sd March, l.W, ntitlert
"An act to extend pre-emption rights to cerinio dsn di Here
in mentioned,"thel'iv-eiBptmnIawsof the Untied States as
they now exist ore extended over tiiealteru&te re-erved seo
tieus of public Iimds along the line of the railnmd haieinbe
fore mentioned, where the seHieoient and fcnpimement
were made prior to the final aUetment of the alternate sec
tions to tbe said railroad. Therefore, all claims by js e-em-tion
to any of the altercate sections of public unite within
tho limits originally teserved will attach, it predicated up
on settlements made prior to the 4th February, 1843, tie
date of tho final allotment.
Claims within the six miles limits mast be proven op at
any time before tbe day herein fixed fur the commencement
of the public sales, and are to be paid for at the rale of two
dollars and fiity cents per acre Claims outside of tha six.
miles, and within the limits of tlie original reservation, muss
be proven up prior to the restoration or said Und tirprivata
Soldiers bounty land warrants, at a dollar andt wenty4ivo
cents per acre, may be received in pavment for ct'icr class
of lands; one warrant only, however, can be located by rich
Immediately after the close of the public sale directed br
the foregoing proclamation of the President, applications will
be received for the purchase at private entry , or location by
warrants, of the lands reserved to satisfy this grant, outaids
of the six miles limits, in such order as to prevent confusion
and insure accuracy, in accordance wi'h instructions to b
issued to the registers and receivers,
law 13w JOHN WILSOX.
juneia Cmmietioner of the General Zand CfjKia.
UNITED STATES T.MTT. LIXE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
Now York and Charleston Steam Packets
1 r-A 1 w Aogcrs narres every fcalunlny
Xj afternoon and each alternate ednesdaT.'
vi, t - ...... .J , ...I. XAUfciCI, J.8S-U 1WS, izlcf9&
J. Dickinson, Commander Marlon, 1,0 tAHistdTllerrT
lb, C2a..4aV in. .1 , ...... T -K..
The Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, will, leans
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly cowered
and guards raised, is now in complete rrrier. : "
For frc:ght or psAsagCrhaviBg elegant State Roosi Accom
modation, apply at the office of the Agent,
CorcerEast Bay and Adder's Sou. Wharves.
Cabbin passu ge $25. Steers gs $?r
X.B. A new sliip will be placed on tbe Line to connect
with the Southerner pn Wednesdays. febll tnr
. HYEES ft rcOIIi.
dzaues ec rvsnr Dpscmmos' o r-' -Ladies
and Gentlemaa's Furnlihing- ard Fancy Gobdjr,
t l-.ll ... a,. 1 . C-.ii c 11 n -
I stent boulLler beam Shirts, of Lmrn , Muslin with Lin-
mere, Vigonia Cotton and" Canton lisniieL ttVr ladies
I EtUU LC" lll.Iilt.il, 1.1 fU IS VHHH USlieTS, I . lOTCS, J,lu . Blitf
i .M, ...!, , -. . 1 .1. rn o, ,,- I. V .
Cutf GkiTes, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Cuantfetz. cinea
and Silk HandkerehiersL Sleeks. Ties. Wr-rlV41brti
De Joinvtlltj'H, plain. Etab'd rwl self-aiiwK Cravatst
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties. .sihouM-r XiraoeiSos-
ins Canes, Itiding Whips; Trunks, Sfe JUierVtUicM.
rStlL Satchers. DrtMing Case Work. ltoxavTa-
7 l.u-f Vr,; v uvir.t. iTv..
I iris, vin wfc-- - - . --..-."ft - -.-.
Ciir Cases. Hasksv Travelling Companion., R-zMS mill
Razor Mrop, uimos, L.rtt-nesr uoon jear slnm Gout,
I'crlumerr. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlenr; Ac, andl
a large assortment of other articles, luually fcejit by Sur
r3f Wc have made arrangements with our fritiiils it th
North to forward nst Goods as soon as receiveip by-'thfrn.
.i e ..I. .11 l j . . . F
thcreforewc bball liaTegoodi here in. lesithan .tftQ,dAJl
from the Xew York Custom Uou. 1 "
MYERS A McGII.L'a.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South vof tha
Square, Nashville. "loclll
FARM FOB SALE. " '
I WISH to sell the Farm on whicli-1 now resid,'X siihvsr
from Neshville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike, ami
containing 100 acres, about equally divided into timber onif
cleared land. There is everything on it to rende'rU iesira-i
ble as a country residence, such as a great variety of fruit,
an abundance of spring and well water; grass, JLc If de
sired it will bedivideo into small portions.
Vor terms Ac, apply to Jonx Kihxhax or to R.TV.
Bhowx. Genl Agent, No. es Cherry street, or to
june-30 dAwttT W.D. PALE'.
1rOR KKXT. -A two-story Brick Honsex-n Sprue
street between Cedar and Unt- n streets, in Moors'
block. Apply to fjnlyl2 GLOVER ti BOYD.
IpOR SALE--A likely Negro Man. 21 vesrs-'ofag
He is a splendid Cook, and a boy of fine dispesition
Apply to fjnly!2 PLOVER BOYD.
LE-HONS. 15 boxes Le6u, received this day b-f
apsa B. AWNLX0N
I mmimompnceofih. r,,,v.i;i
. . 41M11BU1. ana iisjwji
, of 20th September. 1K.-S TiTlT)
. uuicesiainsNalMnT AT n ... . uu
At ilM. t Jj C-J