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NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1853.
' NASH VILL E
UNION AND AMERICAN.
OFFICE No. 11, DEADEIUCK STREET.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is famished
to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one
year in advance, f 2 50; within Ihe year;J3 00; at thend
of the year f4 Ow. Cubs Of five and upwards $2 00
per copyTor fine year. Chits ST subscribers will be re
ceived for six tnonths at the foregoing rates.
- The TRI-WEEKLT is published ereix Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at!$5 per annum in advance; if not paid iu
The D.ULTis published at Eight Dollars.
E3"VTHE M0XEY WALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions tnay be I2de by mail at our
paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
" ' compahe4 with the cash.
EAMAGE & CHTTRCH.
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
College street, Xasbxille, Tec-.
. . A. HAMILTON,
Cctton.asdiTobsKO Dealer, Forwarding and Cocunisr.on
,ioc NASHVILLE, TENN.
S. H. PARVIN,
Merchandise and Produce Broker.
General Newspaper Agent,
OFFICE AJiD bTORK,
No, 3S Walkct St, Cincinnati
. c II. S. FUEHVCII,
CO,3lISSIOH ill E It C II A N T ,
' ' ' '' AHD CClI.tR IN
Cotton, Tobacco, and all kinds of Produce.
Corner of Clarke and Market streets.
E. F. BELL.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Dealer in Foreign and
' Domestic Liquora, Beceiving, Forwarding and
t Opposite Sewanee House, College st, No 23.
Z NICHOL & PEACOCK.
Forwarding Commission Merchants.
Corner of Market and Church streets,
NASHVII.LK, TENN. '
EDWARDS i HARRIS,
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
1 Dealers iu Brandies, "Wines, Cigars, &C.
CORNER OF COLLEGE AND CHURCH STS.
uvea ucciui.1. fsex teubass.
'". JUcCKEA & TERRA SS,
Wholesale Grocers, and Dealers in Foreign andDo-
' inestic Liquors, Flcur, Iron, Castings, Salt, fcc.,
Ortrrfyf Jlroid anj College streets,
... EAKAGE & CHURCH,
,. Wholesale and Betail Dealers in Boots and Shoes,
IIERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Hnsic and
Tehks One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
. addressed as above, willmeet with prompt attention.
, B. C CIKU1II. WV. TEltBT. J. c.ntw
CARUTII, TERRY & DEW.
. DEALERS III HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, Market St.an.1 25, Merchant Si., Philadelphia
DR. J. XV. CRAY.
Office in McComhs' New Building, on Cherry Street,
jxitrt n itaiifTKK ami union
SIMPSON tc SONS,
AVinps, ISraudics, Cigars, Chumpaigucs, Ac,
'XO. 10, JiEATEK STREET, XEtr YORK.
And Kce la Bastidk. Doimiuux. maylC ly.
RUN. SI. NOEL & CO.
GROCERS, AND COMMISSION. RECEIVING AND
And Dealers in Foreign mid Domestic Iariuors,
J OOI. LEU E STR eet.
W. II. GOaDO.f, C. B. BRTAX.
W. H. GORDON & CO..
AUCTION A: CO.H31LSSION 3IERCIIANTS.
For the sale of Merchandise, generally,
j an 1 NASHVILLE, TENN.
D. R. CLAIUORNE,
ATTORXEY AT LAW,
No. 44, North Cherry Street,
"VlfTILL practice in all the Courts of Law and Equity of
VV Davidson County. Prompt attention giveuto'tbe
collection of claims.
Refer to Return J. Moigs, Esq, Francis D. Foeg, Esq,
John Trimble, Esq., Russell Houston, Esq., And. Ewing,
Esq., V. F. Cooper, Esq, Edwin IL Ewing, Esq, Dyer
Tearl fc Co., Jus. 11. Craighead, Esq., Jas Walter, Esq, Gne.
S. R. Audersou. 16 may
A. F. DAVIE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practleei In Madison and tho adlolnlne counties, nd will
elvo prompt attention to collecting and any other business
w. c. wmTTHoaxr,
XII03IS & WniTTHOKNG, !
Attorney h. Law, i
TrjViU practice their prnfcsslon In tho countlos of
Maury, Marshall, Giles, Lawrcneo, Lewis, and Hickman.
dec fl. tf.
O. UACOCCGOR, K. E. ALLOWAT, J. UAKK1IEA D
MACGBEG0E, ALL0WAY & CO.,
55 Sr.CrURLES Stbeet, (third Store aboveSt Charles HoteL)
ZZT N. E. ALLOWAY k CO, Nashville, Tenn., are at
all'times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
ments to us seplC
J. A. DEEET. W. n. DEERT. B. E. DEKRT.
ALIS0NIA MANOTACTUEIKG COMPANY.
Ofce Xo. 19J, PuiUe Square, XashtUU, Tetinetsee,
L H. M0ET0N.
Sealer in Enrnitaro and Pianos, Window Shades, Look
ing Glasses, Mattresses, &c,
Umoa Street, near Cherry, Xuhritte, Tennet'ee.
ALL kinds cf FCnXITUUE made to Order or Repaired,
at the shortest notice, and warranted. april" 8m
BEADY. GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Tartars and General Commis'iicn Merchants,
SSTThcy keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
xyil. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nasliville, is authorized to
ale CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
ove firm. '
HAMA(JE AND CHURCH
Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Vallises and Carpit Bags.
Xj. 42, OJleye .street, Xtislirille, Tennessee.
ARE cuustantly t eceiving direct from the best Eastern
Mamifactones, a great variety of Ladie arul lientlf
ten'iJMi aiid Mm, ufthe Jjitrnt .-, suitable for
cinig' OUjor Otrndrti T. wle, which arc offered rery Aw by
the ".K'lyij, J" 'i, or single pair. GmMry Merchant aiul
allii!rrit are invited o examine our Stock before purchas
ii,g. marchlS RAMAOE A CHURCH.
CHARLES XV. SMITH,
BOOKSELLER AND STATION EE,
NO. 31, COLLEOK SlKFET.
SCHOOU Iaw, Jleilical Religious and Jliscellaneons
ltooko, AImi, Blank Books and Stalionerj-, at lowest
i-jf Counlrv Mercliaats, and School Teachers supplied on
the most f.nomhle lenns. Naslivilie.Tenu.. leb.
" J. T. NATHTJEST
ROOFEll AXU MAXVt'AOTURER
Of VH-re'e Eire Wattr I'rotf Hwijhvitum.
I DEEM it unnecessary fir nie to say anything in favor of
this mode if Roofing ; the constant iiicrea,se i.f its jiopu
laxity forthe last seven j ears that it hai been tested in near
ly all parts of the Union, is the hot evidence of iu utility
and value. The roof riwnvs for itself
fOffice on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st
Moore's block. JebS 1
OK FINE TRAVELING AN1 BONNET TRUNKS.
lteslSole Uathcr(.sleel pring Trunks;
Imitation " " . do;
Cheap Traveling Trunks, a great vanelj-;
Ladies' Superior IJounet Trunk,
TOlt HIKE. A Negro Man 23 vcars old, a nrst-ratc
Tamenter. iulv7 GLOVER A BOYD.
-T7oK SAIiE. l oner mr saie my ialumw
i ' I'll IT I III I.
!; PLACE four miles from Nashville, containing i r..-TY-F1VE
ACRES, near the Noleusville Turnpike, between
Dr. Patterson and Cot Thes. Johnson's. The place is welt
improved, has a never fa'ling Spring of first rate Water, al
ls o plenty of fire Wood. For further particulars enquire at
this office, or J, B. Love'a Store, College Hill. tVT
june22 2iy. &.JIcQINNIS.
THE TJ KITED HSEMEirS INSTOANCE COEPAHY 01
NASHVILLE. ' R'
CAPITAL 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 . D O L L A RS ! I
Chartered "by. the. State. '
r 1 1 I T T P.mMni' 1 1 o f tti .r Ct 1 .- nrmnirivl IB
1 now ready to take risks on all' descripfeS
tious ot property, against loss or uatnages py-p
fire, also asainst perils of the Boa or inland -naS-'J?
igation. Jroposjtiocs for insurance willhe received at the
ofilce'of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., Collcce St.
A. W. JOHNSON, President.
J. S. Dasbtux, Sec'y. NashTille Oct 8.1632.'
. . C01IMEECIAL .IKSDBA1ICE COKPANY.
. CTUcixsToy, sorra ceouxa.
Capital S25O,0(5O: All Paid In. -
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Copmany at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, lire, I
i: T):l.. .! c.l.l ! A
,UICI I'll U1U WVahiiltVlBlMG .n.v.
A full statement of the .solvency of the Company can be
seen attheoffice of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Conn
pany, on. College street. ,
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSOTtANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adioimng the Post Office, and
nnnositetlio Verandah, will insure on thn mutual nnn-.
cjple, Houses, JIerchandise,.Ac., against Loss or Damage bjf
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
every description against the Peril cf tiie Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persons in good health; for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life; Also, Dank Notes trans-,
All persons raving their lives or property insured in this
Institution, arc entitled to a full participation in all the prof,
its, without &nv liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre
miums which they may pay.
711. S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F. WnAHTPS, Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MABINE AND FEE INSURANCE COM-'
PANT. CAPITAL 5150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters Bank.
Tiicy will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription Rgainst fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on seaxessels, and other cargoes, on
the usual terms. JOHN 21. HILL, President
Joseph Vault, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John M. HilL F. B. Fogg, O.
M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass; Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGarock. '
New York Life Insurance Company,
No. 106 Broadway, New York.
OX THE MtTBAti PIjAK,
H. rZAHKLIK,' PRIS'T. ,
Try Total number of Policies Issued by this
Company np to July lft, 1832 eight thousand
TTPDivldends made annually on all Life Po-
llcleln shapa of stock, bearing interest atthe rate of 0 pr
JOThe dividends heretofore have always averaged from
40 toil) per cent.
JJj Perions taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can give their note at 12 months for 40per cent of the
premium, and payCUpcrcentincask.
Applications for rinks, prospectus oflho company, or In
formation relating to the subject of Lift) Insuranca may be
taadent theotaceof the undersigned RenersKAgent for the
Slate of Tennessee. JOSEPH NASH.
Oflce N. W. cornerlPubllc Square,
opposite Planters' liank. NaUvilI, Aug. 10, 1852.
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART-
James Duos, Pres. llcxcr L. Jliurat, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus $300,000.
Insurance ou lives of while persons on the joint slock
and mutual plan.
Alko. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. 1L L00MIS, .
jan 15 Gm Agent.
.Etna IiiKitranco Co. f ILirtford.
Annuity Pund $150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY held pledged, and appropriated,
with Us reserved accumulation j, by ihe chartrtlSa
and reguUtlonsoftlie Company, to Ihe payment of Annu
ltes and losses upon Insurance on Ufj, and In no event lia
ble for other Jebls, contracts, liabilities, or ergagemcnts of
Thos. K. liKicr, Pres't, S. L. Loom., Secretary;
K. A. IIclklit, vice J, V. Sevuocr, Act'y, Presdent.
Managing Directors for the Life Department.
E. A. Bclklit, Jon.i L.RoswrLL,
KOBIET HCILL, RoLANn Ms.THIK,
Miles A.Tcttlk, Eowik G. Kiflzt
IIlKRA Q. Pit ATT.
Thlsbelng ajolnt Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on tho cash syitem, tho Jilanagcrs have allotted a table
of rates of premium as low as Is consistent with safety and
mucI aierrtban those of the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by the
undersigned, who will furnlch Prospcctusesof the Comja
any, and any information rclativo thereto.
irpKlsksonslavesagalnstdUeasesand accidents causing
death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS. NASH, Agent,
Office N. tV. corner Public Suare,
opposite Planters Bank. Nashville, ang. ID, 1852.
.K. Wikstok, 21 D.
IobirtC. Pos-rER, M. O.
Office hours, 3to5, r. m.
THE NASHVILLE MANTJEACTUEING COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, procured the most recently
improved machinery and tools for the construction of
the heaviest work in 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, Prtight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appcrtainingto Railroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grist Mills.
Engines and JIachiuery, complete, for Grist Jlills of all sizes.
Sugar Mills of the most recent construction, with Engines
to correspond, put up in any part of the Southern country.
Cotton (iins. 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 cnemeer to
put up tue engine anu instruct an intelligent negro, so inai i
he may continue to operate the engine, Ac
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with j
Shafting, Mill Geericg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order. i
Information cheerfully given and orders received bv
J. THOMPSON, President 1
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
Clt fff REWARD. I will pay theabove reward
?ft I UUU to anr person or persons, as a premium
above the market price, for one thousand Land WaiTants, I
of the denominations of lc,0, 80 and 40 acres. I will pur- i
chase single warrants oi either denomination. I
R. H. BR0CKWAY
Room over Oik Hail, east side Public Square, Sd door
sotittM.i l .i. i . it i. Nashville. octll m27. I
STILL THEY COME! EEE3H AR3IVALS DALLY!!
COMPETITION DEFIED ! ! I
TnE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi
zens ol Nashville and surrounding country that
he is still receiving large additions to his already im
mense StOCK ox
Gents Fashionable Spring and Slimmer Ready
which he is prepared to, anil will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Alrcadyin store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed, Cash
I merelte. Plush, Drap d'Ete, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
I Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, A'a,Ac, Ac.
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
I to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers; Cra
1 vats, lLmdkerchicfs, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Ya
. Uses, Carpet Bags, Ac., Ac .
Also, a variety of Youths' and Childrens' Clothing, from
.i r i t Dmrrijo
uin'e jeans ii age upwarus. ji, i uiiwio, j
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 3-1 Market St., directly op ,
polite Union street . ' t t
1 J5?"No connexion with any other house in Ihe city.
I N. B. Not to be sold or uudersold by any man or combi- i
nation or men. ii. i .
Country Merchants in particular are earnestly invited to j
call anil iri.iect my stock previous to purcha.iug elsewhere t
,rnarcli21 - '
AND FOR SALE. The subscriber, living one j
1 j mile west of Durhamiilte. Iiuderdale county, offers
I for sale InM TRACT OF LAND, cutammg 21S AUita,
I about one Iolf cleareil and in cultivation, with good grass
lots, an apple orchard, containing upwards oi 4110 Deanng
ti-ee, and some t0 different kind; a good ncV Cotton Gin;
alarge and commodious DweUuur llouso, and out bouses.
The tract is well watered with stock and drinking water.
1 will sell on accommodating term.-, or I will take iu pay a
p-irt, or all in Negroes at a fair pi ice. '
1 juneis-lm AVIDFIT7.PATIIICK.
' UNITED STATES HOTEL.
rpHEabove HOTEL is now oiien fur. Oie reception of ArX
X PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. Jiii2L
Tliis long osUblislied and well-knoivn Hoasehas under,
"one a thorough atteralioii throughout, and furnished with
new and fashioiieblc FURNITURE.
The TA11LE wul alwas bo supplied with the BEST the
mat Let affords: and the" Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and. the regulations of the house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
Uiosc that mav favor lum itli their intronage.
janiJ iv mv j.w. . orixiti..
Vt ITXl'OWDEK MANUFACTURED BY THE
1 IWder Comp:iny of Connecticut :
ventucky Rifle Powder 23 lbs each.
500 half kess do
250 qr. kegs do
500 kegs Deer
500 lbs do 5 kegs each)'
300 canisters fine Ritlr-
The above powder has mst been received direct from the
manufactory of the Hazard Powder Company the .quality
of which is well known throughout the United States All
orders promptly filled by application at ray Powdor Dapot
North East corner Public Square. Nashville.
ALSO 250,000 feet Safety Fuse of best quality.
S.H. L00MI3, Agent
ras,rch25 for the Hazard Powder Company;'
.! " PROPOSALS.
fj . ' ' ' '
i ' . - Navt Depaetmext,'
J " Bureau of Yards and Cocks, .1st June, 1853".
ClEALEDlPRdPOSALS in Jvpticatetor each class sep3r
"O tt'elf endorsed' "Proposals for Class No. for tlii
navr yaraat Memphis,' will be- received at' this office unt
12o'filockM.ont'ue lotUdayof July.noit.for furnishing and
. delivering, at such place or places within the navy yard
albresaid as may be directed by the commandant thel eof, the
'materials and wticles herein specified, viz:
CLASS No. I. Dollars
J30,0o0beth&rj-bu!nt red bricks .Tier U.... ,
i, " . CLAScS Nd.i.i , .
CLASS No.i3, JlmaitAiitov.
3iS3Ibushels clesn shaip sand.i .....per bushel.. -
C:-6 aotl-lncii cypress'T8heeilng....per l,boo fset
lOOOifeet' ll'lnchyellow-pinenoyrlngper 1,000 fact '
,1.W feota-lncb irSito-plne plank.. ..per 1,000 reet ..
8,720 fee. boardraea'snra.cjpress.riO feet . .
' loTjsr,l?byli por 1,000 tiit ,
,2100 feet,r-oirdmeisare,cypresi,30 feet 1 '
ong, 6byl2.... .'i er 1,C0 teei.
AUthelumber tu be of tbo best quality,
tlasr of- sapwood, rot, knots, tpIIU,
fhakesanftUother defects. '
,. , . . . CLASSJJo. 5. : . . ,
180 barrels best Lonlsvllla cement, tubbls-. ,' , i
of 200 pounds........... ...... , porbarral
'' ' CLASi?'HO.C'-3lBCElLAltE0CS. , ,,
JJOO pouri'djpfglead. i.per pound
,H3 pmads siioet-coppor, 30 by CO inches' - "
(No. 13) - per pound
15 boxesXtln...., per box ,
T5'p0trhdsblock.tln.k.'...t per pound
.-..' CLASS No. 7.
J00 bu(heIsehareoal per bujbel
. CLASS No. 8. Hiscxllaseocs.
00 pounds ERgUshbllstor-steel,assort'd. perpound :
E00,pounds cast-stoel,.assortod, ,. per pound
500 pounds horse-shoo Iron, 1 by i Inch.. per pound
2,500 pounds bar lron,3 by 1 Itch per pound
. ; . CLASS So. 0.
VApOei, each 30 feet long, 12 inches diam
eter at middle per lineal foot
CLASS No. ln. MisciLUliEore.
5 (io'zen lf-Incri bastard files per dozen
4 doren 11-Inch i-found bastard flle....pCr doien
3 dozen 14 inch finishing files. per dozen
.4 jdoten ,10-lnch 3-squaro fllos per dozen
i dqzen horse rasp Pr dozen
CLASS1 No'. H.'-Miscellaseocs'.
16,000 pounds best quality hay . .'. .'. .Tier ton -
CLASS No. 12. Miscsi.L!oc. '
COO bushels corn.. ; per bushel
4U0 busbolsoats..-.. per bushel
C bushels salt per bushel
2,000 pounds sheaf oats per pound
CLASS No.13. Miscei.Lanioct.
20 pounds horse-shoe.nalls (No. 0) per pound
1 cast-Iron swage-block, (200 pounds;) pat
tern furnished .'. Pr ponud
1 churn mandril h
1 pair 40-lnch bellows..... -.each
l mouse-note anvn jjvuhusj ri jjuau
1 crew plato, to cut from
2 to 1
2 masons' squares (steel blade)
i: 2-robt folding rales
10 eallonslardoil... ......
.... per pound
1 barrel coal tar
SO pounds plue
0 pounds chalk.... -
1 ream smd-paper, assorted Nos....
U dozen 5 o Russia brWtle ruhes..
1 dozen3o Kusslabristlabrushes....
I ilaian naili tooN.... ...........
1 dozen camel s-balr penclls.assoneu.. per .ozeu
2 puttyknlves...... ..each '
2 spirit levels - each
C dozen masons' lines per dozen
10 pounds rendered tallow per pound
2-pound saltpetre .....per pound
1 pound flouror sulphur per pound
! 2'barrelstar per pound
. 2 gallons train oil Ir gallon
1 gallon 0, G , per gallon
2 dozeu bottles mustang liniment per dozen
dozenbottlesnerveandbonelinimeut per dozen
CLASS No. U, SIisciLLisiors.
10 reamsbejt quality ruled letter paper.. per ream
10 reams bestquality ruled cappaper par ream
4 quires envelope paper per quire
L quire Imperial drawing pipe per quire
1 quiro atlasdrawlnj paper per quire
2 qulrestraclng paper, -10 by 0 inches. .pr quire
600' quills, No. fcO, best quali.y per 1( 0
4 gross best motalic pens per gross
4 dozen pen-hoUers , per dozen
1 dozen plntbollles best black ink per dozen
1 dozen bottles French carmine redink..per dozen
2 dozen papersblack sand..., per dozen
3 dozen blank books, 8vo (So. 3) per'dozen
dozen pieces India-rubber per dozen
12 dozen black lead pencils, bfcst quality,
assorted per dozen
2 dozen bolts taste '. .....per dozen
4 dozen bolls linen tape (red; per dozen
4 pounds rod aeallng-wax, best quality.. .per pound
500 envelopes, assorted sizes per 100
ForprinWdichcdulcand form of offer, bidders aro refer
red to tho Navy Agent at JIcmphls,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 headed "Miscellaneous," are
specified as tiicpni-ilile quantity which may be required, as
well as to Ex data for determining the lowest bid; but the
contractor is to furnish mote or less of the said enumerated
articles, and in. such quantities and at such times as Vie lu
reau or commawlant tnay require, during the fiscal year end
ingCOth June, 1S54, and, if so requested, until further con
tracts shallbemade for the ensuing fiscal yearcf 18j4-'55;
and, whether the quantities required be more or less than
those spccinert, tbe prices snail remain me same.
All thearticlesmustbe of the bestquality, delivered in
good order, free of all and every ertra charge or expense, j
and subject to the inspection, count, weight, or measurement
of the said navy yard, and be iu all respects satisfactory to I
the commandant thereof. ;
Contractors ior ci-ssea ueaueu jusceuaueuus, wuuuu
not reside near Ihe place where the articles are to be deliv
ered, will be leqaired to name in their proposals an agent at
the city or principal place near the yard of delivery, who
may be called upon to deliver articles when they shall be
The deliveries of all building materials may be com
menced forthwith, and must be commenced within sixty
days after the date of the contract, and continued from time
to time, as in the opinion of the commandment of the yard
the wantaof the service may require, and must becoinpkted
withbitle fiscal year ending ZOth Jur.e, 1354.
Thev will be measured, inspected, counted, or weighed.
by the rules adopted by the government, at the navy yard:
for instructions regarding which, and for a more particular
description of all materials, reference is made to the com
mandant of the yard: When 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 required, and twenty per centum, as additional security,
deducted from each payment until the contract shall have
been completed or cancelled, unless otherwise authorized
bv the department
"On classes headed "Miscellaneous" to be delivered as re
quired during the fiscal year, the twenty per -entum re
tained may,' at the discretion of the commandment, be paid
quarterly on the first of January, April, July, and October,
when the deliveries have been satisfactory: the balance
(eignty percent.) wiuoep&iuu) iuu uavj ugcmui. jicui- i susrui, ananownasas oeaumuia neaaoi nairasanyman
phis, wilhra thirty dap after the presentation of bills in , eould wish. His age is about 50 years,
triplicate, duly vonched and approved. No part of the j A son of Mr. Warren, ot this town," 14 years of age, had
per centum reierved is to be paid until all rejected articles I been aWicted with the Asthma from his" cradle- He had
offered under Ihe contract shall have been removed from the ; the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
yard, unless specially authorized by the department j wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
It will bo stipulated in the contract that, if default shall , Ihe most aggravated cases I evcrsaw; he was emaciated al
t,o.,rti. hrnarties of the first nart in deliverimr all or any i most to a skeleton. Bytheuseof afewbottlesof theOint-
oi 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 the United States, as liquidated
damages, a sum of money equal to twice the amount of the
contract pricehereiu agreed upon as the price to be paid for
the 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 make affidavit
that they, in the aggregate, are worth over and above their
debl3 arid liabilities the full amount of the contract.
TWh nfTir miut hs siffnedbrthe person or persons mak
ingit,andby the guarantors, according to the form annex-
rnl; and their residence, naming the town and State, rauat be
11 is to be provided in ihe contract that the bureau shall
have Ihe power of annulling the contract, without loss or
damage to the government, m case Congress shall not make
sufficient npproprirtions for the articles named, or for the
completion of the works estimated for, and on which this
Persons whose offer shall beaccepted will be notified by
letter through Uie post office, which notice shall be consid
ered sufficient; and if titer do not enter into contract lor tne
supplies specified within 'fifteen days from the date of notice
from this bureau of ihe acceptance of their bid, a contract
will be made with some other person or persons, and the
guarantors of such defaulting bidder willhe held responsi
ble for all delinquencies.
All offers not made in rtrkt conformity with this adver
tisement will, at the option of the bureau, be rejected. Those
only wbose offers mav be accepted will be notified, and eon
tracts will be ready for execution without delay by the navy
agent at Memphis.
FORM OF OFFER.
lb the 3ieJ of the Bureau of Yard and Docks, Xacy Dc-
mirtmad. , ,
of , in the State of , hereby offer to
furnish, under your advertisement dated day of ,
and subject to'all the requirements of the same, all the ar
ticles embraced in class No. ,viz:
(Here insert the articles; with prices earned out) amount
ing to (write the aggregate in wools.) Andl propose
(namelheagcnt if one is required by the advertisement)
The undersigned, , of , in the State of
and , of , m the State of
' as guarantors, hereby undertake that the
above named vill. if . offer beaccepted cu
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
th(T?bc signed bv a navy agent, collector, or district at
S,m nihor nerson known to the bureau to be
w .V. . . " cllUTVn PFRlltV
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS ST. LOUIS
FLOUR. I have just received a hnndred barrels
superune Hour, cno ice oranu
aprilaa SAMUEL SEAY".
; DE. BLEDSOE'S 'ALTEEATIVE COMPOtrND
Z7. Remedifoccr aURtmalUs for Hie Duuaqf tin Livtr
Dyptp8uxf Enlargement and Iirtcawtum. of At Stkun.
Razribterns, (Xlit FlcAOcnct, Rihf, Gietlrpitwi air
diseases of ihe JSmrilt, and tuih, dheaees & arise from a
dittarderi eUtii ef tks StctruzeJi, Liter or BmceU at
Scrofula-, and Sara tftaiuf HiuL For. General-RebkUr
.'from tclikh LadiesYregaciUlu tyfet, tAer if not ,Ut
eqval in tie tcAole Jiulerta Jtejicd.
rpHE inventor of this nreDara'.iun was for t!irw .
L, completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity ol
wcui.cx umi w ... ijucl:.j) lor weejta ai a iimo imabie to
raUe himself fi-otnhi4 bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it Was bv accident that he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he lis been practicing mcd.
icine, his fcuecess in such, cases has been unrivalled. Ho
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and const,
qnently said nothing tlm,ughthc press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown ly the. certificates which hare been
I subjom the certificate of ProL JI. Gabeert, of Slemphi?,
.Term., with whom IuTleu advised during the time otmv
,. , ... ,. iTtMEMpna,Tenn,Aprilir,l352;
xTSebycel1lthatIhave acquainted srith Dr.J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I leLeve
lower than I have ever seen any one thai afterwards rfcover
ed, with what 1 supposed to be
and after trying the prescriptions of manr Physicians in this
as well as other countries- vifhW .l.vr (.cm a. ,
- , uc uuauv succeueu
ivith a preparation ot his own in being restored to jrcod
teslH". . JI. GABBERT, JL D.
r ?hv"C&2Vr?rB5H 10 iT ttis' preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give toil in this
to recommend to aU persons suffering from discos of the
stomach and bowels, pur AHerative Compotmd, aii a very
sepenw medicine. Jly son, aged 15 yearsVhad bn under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
r'e?l7hS! hD? dcfPaired of hlsSecovcry, I con-
clucled to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, rhelteve,
entirely roretf him. JIICAJAHCAYCE.
c i. HD?TatBj Oct. 17, 1852.
-Some time has ehuwnri r i. .
tificate that mv wife had been rreatlr WcriJi il.
Alterati ve Compound. I now take pleasure in saving to
to?Jtmj?"?'ad "ww four years Been
subjectto the worst bud of spells, of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I hid tnod of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great manr difleren
medicmes, with momentary relief. Be;Dijpersua,ded to trr
your alterative compound, I did so andl am happr to sav
that it has entirely cured her; and I would conscientiouslv
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
li verand dyspepsia. N. B. P.OBERTSON.
UCNTSVXLLE. Sint on -tar,.
Ds. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative i Compound, I thiui it my duty- tasay to the public, that
ty- tasay to the public, that
1 liau been for years subied In snsllii nf Pr.mn ri: :..
Worst fonn r thnt T hm tril nlmnct n-A. K:Jit...
, " uiUiriliaL is 01
ven orpnysicians, aud neverfound any thingthat would ccr
.... , , , . . . . "'ttiw. nuumLxi
tainly relieve me, until I tned the above medicine, which naa
. w...v , M ... vij uuiuk iu uuui an nour.
WJL B. LLOYD.
n i.' tLES CocxTr, Tenn, Dec 23, 18.51.
Dr. 1'ledsoe : I rl (hat I should f.ll wr ' j.
to you aad to those whb tire afflicted, were I not to 'further
i cwiiwicuu ;um '.lucrative UOmpOUUU.
It has entirely :
neyea me, s
. i .
V - 6" ' evens ai niyaavanceilatre.
bhould I eyersuffiTfrom dyspepsia agaiu I shall be sur?to
I toupee mv nra.in wia mw . -
v.. v. jlw . vsiJecuuiivyourinend.
ELIZABETH J. HAKWOOD.
n- it I1Il7,7s"lle. Ala, August 24, 1851.
Tins is to cerhfy, that I had suffered for many years.wita
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician aflcr Phy
sician liad m-e-scribed for me without my receivino' any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's "Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
. becausd ot tho same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
mce- - JOSEPH CAIIOTHERS.
n r. o Hnsrsviix Ala, March 3, 1852.
Dtt. LLEtKOfc Sin : Judging from the certificates you
have i already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound- but I must say, that for years 1 suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. 1 commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have nined
25 or CO pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did "
--n u , . IIE-N'R' J- GOFF.
, ISTThe above medicine is for sale in every Dni" Store in
t,b&? njimost of the towDS "l the Stale. G. V. HN
DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholcsaleing the med
lcme. Pnce lper pint Bottle. novlo lvd tr
IJii. VV3I. McLANE,
TiNwroiirv1 GEBMAN BOOT D0CT0B, ,
T) bbl U'lf ULLi announces to the citizens of Nashvil
XV and vicinity, that he has returned again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanentlyla.
cated himself in uth Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
mglpn and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fount
by those who tnay wish to consult him.
He ha3 iu bis possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
most distressing casea 0t the following diseases, viz: Ner
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
levers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs, Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, HemoptasS of the Luni and
other Hcmorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and enereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases "of Chil
dren, v onus and various other Diseases incident to the hu
During his residence 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 the degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronatre
of the sick and afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. "WM. McLANE.
SS?AH Utters addressed. post-paid, to South Nashville.
DB. FEASK'B MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMU. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and
had been bald for many years; by the usepf three, bot
tles ef tlte Jftianciie Ointment, had his hair mlirrlv re.
, menthe vrastiaroughtymrea, and for seven months past has
enjoyed robust health
This was an extreme case ot inflammation of the spleen,
of long standing; has a variety of treatment from no les? than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured bv the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs..Dun
ham,) is still in good health, andable to attend to bor usual
household duties. 1 have treated two cases of Chronic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the patients so nearly
llind. as loneed an attendant to lead them from nlace to
place. One of them had been afllicted IS years, tue other
I nhont flve.irs. Tlior lmt in'i tl,lstnh
state, without benefit; and one of them bad been under the
treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzv. of Cincinnati, for
i-iuircu uiuiiujs,aiiu iiau expended nuuureus oi uouara in
vain efforts to effect a cure. They are uow by use of the
Magnetic Ointment, nearly or quite cured; and are able to
read and attend to any ordinary business. I have used the
Ointment in a number of cases of Piles, and in na eae has it
faiUd of ailing immeduite relief and centrally a permanent
cure, l nave also used it beneficially in sevei e cases ot hry-
. I.- i.. ... . .... , . i. ".
TO - iSTn TihT SS
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
r-t . i 1 J '
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
' disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re-
commenu mo do oue w tue most usetui rcmeuies ever oi
fervd to the public Respectfully Yours ,
BURTON HUBBELL, JI. D.
Dated Jan ?7, 1 S50, Amelia, Ohio.
The charactcrof this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in Ibis cify. There arc quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe tfieir restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Oinfment.
For sale by 1L G. SCOVEL,
BERRY A DEMOVILLE.
mayC CARTWR1GI1T & ARMSTRONG.
No. 5 Clack Stbeet, Nashville, Tkxn,
Xextdoor to If. S. French's Grocery Warehouse, and op
joiite Mrri d-Stratlon'
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness rsog",
to suit AH work sold by me is mado at
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
sold on us good Terms, fur 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 getting it when
promised. All orders promptly attended to. maris.
" W AP.TNRO MAMMOTH.
THE thorough bred Jack, MARINGO MAM
MOTH, direct front Kentucky, will make
his first season in Tennessee at Caney Spring In
Marshall county, five miles below the fishing ford in Duck
lliver, at thirty-five dollars insurance ana nlty cents groom
fee. Jennets sent from a distance will be pastured gratis,
and grain fed, if required, at fifty cents per week. He is
full fifteen hands two and a halt inches nigh, good honest
measure, unusually large bone, and heary; black, with
mealy nose. He has the form, size, color and blood to re
commend him highly to thoso who wish to improve their
stock. We consider him the master Jack of Tennessee.
For further particulars see hand bills,
inarch U-i-Sm ' KNIGHT & WILSON.
, NOTICE 0 WESTKHN T2AYELLERS,,n
THROUGH by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroad. PEl
adelbhla to Pittshnnr. Pa. .Usjuitrnrt. ' WonstjlOniHVe..
land, Toledo, Columbus, Cinonnatr,Induinariolif.,LaiyeitK.
Term Hfinti. TIFitv.. rm--.T : . im. .. m t-.1
from Phdadelpbla toCfncinuatHn57 houri
-,, 8 e,". v?- Un!fSU toCinmiaatl5t2toLouii--
illeiS19toStLouis,YlaPennsv.vaiiia liaiiroid an-" the
uay, aiesacus5r,jn.j; wpijwia jxmwiiiier. leaves ns-
j - . xr .VL r, i.i' vii.j.1 . n,7.
extra. Pittsburg to Ciucinrlatl, L6iiljville, ti;
f . . - .. . - - .
iaretlironcn by liailroadlroml'hilailelplitatot'ittsburg,
19 50; Massillon, $li; Cleveland, $10 ; Mansfield and Crest-
line, Sll Colombo 812 fid; Toledo, 813; Cincinnati, ma
Crestline,) Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R, It.)
19 23. To Chicago, faukegan, KenSha, III., Racine, Mil-
waukie. Sheboygan. Yiscon5n, via Detroit and Michigan
Central RailroaS, 318. k
The Can will leav6 the Conrmenweala'srStatfcn, N..E.
can be purchased of Bingham t Dock, Agents of the State
ana uolanioia milrosd Lines. ...
The morning Exprass-Traia through to- Pittsburg, Clove
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will luvc at 7 .o'clock A, It
Tbroufrh to Cincinnati in' 87 hours
Tha night Mail Train at iOJf P. M. Through toiCincin
nati in 46 hours, including one night's comfortable rest 'it
The aboTe lines pass through and. stop at. Lancaster, Ka
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
sfown, Grccnburg, and intermtdiata'plsces.
Notice. In case bf loss, the CompaJy will hold themssl
vos responsible for personal baggage only, an4 for an amount
not exceeding 100. " THOS. MOORS', Agent.
junc & If. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Lice for Harrisburg, via. Colum
bia and all intermediate places, will leave the above station
at 1, P.M.
P-fiNKSY I.YAKIA UA1LUOAD.
THIS road now complete, U opens ai communication be
tween PltUhutp and Phllsdelphla, or Pittsburg and Baltl,
moro. By which Preight from the West ean reach an eastern
market quicker, and cheaper than by any oflho prei-nt rival
oaten: they connect wiib the dally packets at Pittsburgr,
from St Loots, LonlTil!e, Cincinnati, Vhellnir, and all the
uiueront points on the western waters. AlsOTritn. tneXleve-,
uiueront points ouinq wuswra wa.crs. AisoTniiijucuiTe-i
land and Pltlsbnrsr Kail KoaJ. and Ohio and t'ennsTlvanl
and Philadelphia wlthoUttranshipment of freight, aa advan
ta?e that can be appreciated by all shippers. ,
In case of obstruction cf navigation by lco or low water
freights 'westward can he forwarded from Pittsburg to CU
clnnatl, or towns In the Interior ly Railroad.
rates of ntu!ui;r '
Eetween Plttshurgand Philadelphia or Baltlnoro.
Dry Good?, Books and Stationary Hoots.) pr 100 lWs
nnoes, h&is anu (.arpeiinp, ruraana rei y
tries, Pcalhers,addJery dee. )
Brown Sheetlnz & ShlrllBc In Bale's.!
Drugs.Glass Wars, Groeirlcs, except Oof-1 - ffi cts.
nee, Hardware, uoiow are, lUarnuiery,
UUCIOIQ, IIOOl, O.C.
Butterln Firkins d: Keirs, Candles. Cot-1
ton, In winter, Uueeniware, Tallow, i
Tobacco, in leaf or Manufactured, Et-C
ward, &c. if,- )
Bacon, Cotton (in summer.) Cofiee.Lnrdl
anULardOll, (thronjeh) forttn full car-
i cts. So cts.
C5 cts. 4'J Cti.
loaus at owners risx- j
Geo. C. Fratielscns,
Freight Agent, Pitttlnrg.
13. JT. Snerdnr,
Freight .fgent, Philadelphia.
Jlugravr c Koons,
Freight Agents, Baltimore
J. JL. Elliott.
Freight ArJ,f,.Y. 7 West St., JV. 1".
II. II, Houston,
Gen. Freight .Igenl, Phitnielfkia.
march J9, lSSjJ ly
TTAUDWAEE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGIIA3I,
No. 47, Coixeqe Stceet, NASayiLLE,'Ti&Tf.
ARE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
and CUTLER! 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, Ley feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ol any House in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
selfenterest should prompt all dealers in thU section of the
country to encouragea home market
They alse invite the attention of Rlacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their as--rtmcnt of Tools,
Farming Implements, A c, a large stock of wliich they always
keep on haad.
leathers. Ginseng and Beesirar, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
J. II. Burrow's Patent Plantation
THIS 51I1I differs from all others in the construe Hon of
the upper or Rnnslns Stono, which Is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a cast Iron rase, which
forms the back and boopnf the Stone with a Cnit Iron-Eye, or
Bush, than isorsreater external diameter at the bottom that
at the top, which Is secured to the back by four bolts, so that
every Mock Is in the form of a dovetail which elves greater
strength to aStonethananyothar method which isrequlred
In small mill., where the stone Is run with great speed, and
becomes dangerous If not strongly made. It also gives any
welsbt to a stone of small diameter that Is required without
having it thick or high, tb.it makes It top heavy.
This mill Is a square frame msde of wood or cast Iron, in
the form of a busk, with Bndge-trec, Ppindle Balance, Ring
Driver, and Regulalin; Screw, and grinds u on the same
principle as a lare mill, differing only In the Runner stone;
this being of great weleht enables Itto grind nearerlhe cen
ter a greater quantity of grain with le-spowor than any oiher
mill now In use. This mill I portable, and may beattached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Krench Burr Mill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Joseph II. Burrows, of Cincinnati, Is thelnventor, for
which be obtained l-etters Patent In 1SK. For alllnfrlnge
ments the purchaser wilt bo held responsible furtherght
of n sing.
These Mills do not require a Millrlght to it-themnp: and
all thatis necessary to put them In operation, I to attach a
hand lo tho pulley on the spindle, with a drum sufficiently
large to run a twenty-four Inch Mill Vtn revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin, Steam. orWater Power. Bytha
steady appllcatic-n of two hone poworthe Millwlllsrlna s.x
to S bushels per hourof good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn, Tho thirty inch mill, if pat to Its fullest
speed, will grind from ten to Bfteanbusneltperhour.
These mills are warranted tobe inevery respect as recom
mended. Diatr.TioKS roa Urino. Place yourmlllabout20faetfrom
the Driving Pulley In a level po-itioc; make the belt of
leather six or ri;bt Inches wide. Give the StoneS4U revolu
tions a minute with the sum. Keep the neck and step of
the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of tho
Running Stone'.ln thesannwaya thu Cross on the Driver,
that Is, tho way they are trimmed to run.
Refer to Thos. Patterson, Ksqi, of Highland county, Ohio,
Jesse Beal,Esq.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury,
Esq , of Cincinnati, arid a number of mhsrs.
All orrtors directed to JOHN U. BOHNAN,
No. 52 Brotdway, Nashville, Agant for Middleand Eait
Tennesee,or J. H. Bl'KKuW8,
Jap26 d. tt-w. &"w. ly. West Front St. Cin. O,
I3IPOKTANT TO IRON 3IANUFACTU
RER3. JAMES REST0N, of Newark, New Jersey,
has discovered n process for manufacturing wrought iron
directly from the Ore, with wood or mineral coal, styled by
him an" ore-wolding furnace; n improve rant in tha wanu
factureof iron long sought afler, but uevtr successfully at
tained untilMr., Reutorrs discovery,) and tvhich produces at
a single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost tliau
pig iron is now mually made. Letters Patent have been
grantedhim for his discovety.and wenrelheappoiatcd agent
tor Ihe sale of rights, and itB-iulroducUoa throughout the
West ; and as the present high price of iron is inducing many
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without being aware
of the great advantageJ this new and valuable inven
tion ha3 over any othcrknotvn mode, wetliinkit but subser
ving their intereitfu thus. earlyiuipress, upon ILeui thn im
rjortanceof an examination of the merit ot tills, late inveu-
tion.beforc embarking in any other made for making iron,
assuringthem Of US entire success and practicability, a de
monstrated by the furnaces now in succcssfutopcratiun afte
this plan. "
It is not our purpose in tnis advertisement to speak par
ticularly of tbo almost incalculable advantages ths process
possesses over all other modw for making Iron; tas this is
contained in our circular, which we will be pleased- to mail
to the address of any one interesteil'iu, Ihe tuatter,; dui 10
call the attention of thdse about investing in the manufac
ture of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination of the
furnace we are erecting in this city, and which will be In
operation by the Jith June ncxt,!orfiJ the furnacesof the
American Iron Company in Newark. New Jersey, now op
erating with complete success. W. CDAVIS& CO.
Cincinnati, June 1 Sw.
PATENT CHOPPING SULL,
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
An article which every Farmer tltotild hate.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarso for
stock and is so simple m. its construction, that any boy
twelve years old can keepit in order and run it It is adap
ted to either Steam, Writer or Horse Power. t
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. IL Cowan and A
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
nnd them at J. M. Seabury's, ou College street, where they
iiill he happy to take orders. DOSS A -ADAJlfc.
WANTED TO BUY At this office, twixtt or
nrtETr negroes. Tho highest market price willbe
given if application iainade soqn,: mayvl lir
rpnE orfenberc bisenteuy sy n.
DiSENTERY. BLOODY FLUX. CHOLERA mnnV?a I
CHOLERA INFANTUM, and the Asiatic Cholera.
-.It oerev fill to cum the worst nrArfM.. .,r i
m Hftrnvstymyquautityw perfectly harm&s.
Most remedies) in use foe DiarrfieaJixi
, iir"T- . ? anu-ouiywraiime aueriate. the disease by
Prepg;tlie expulsion of the acrid fluid, which will iL
mtesttaal canal and4jpIforalni9 aUeTuitc Ihe disease h
ffr alone bears off the praise. Not so with the rDtef.
Syrup.IU ingredientare the Catural antidotes to those com-
plaints. It changes thenatnreof Oje fluids,and causes their
explusion-raanimfetr,.,. it r,J iL LTf
Lllamctho surface. 73 L
' thn ni it ...,: IT
,Z,Z,rr' iuem, ana meatseaseimmcdiaJery
I iSJ-", ? of& dwease-aad arrosta its
. ilJftaB.&; lhc9 a nd ores the s-stem. to
C..rs-n , ",wlme anrtaees of tha stomach and
3 ?"i2e,Eu?led ""os further Tiohmceby the ecu- 1
I ' f t'l,,?"018. thus the body re- '
11 SSrg,II I
f tfffti P,1 FwULS' A complete enro
faaJ- .V," SSggJg ? " I
I i.',A- rf.A,fOTffieState, i
1 Vi?,S ,..?fwmetMa Menthe 1
t e,T?"-, ' that.m nweet .he cured 21 !
t ffff?, .2?V U Sraptoms vnlU s few nte of
. ' jl. jo.
PSINTEB LINENS ! PEINTED LTNEHB 1!
At Xo. 9, Union. Street.
JUST received (direct importation) one Case Linen Dress
Goods, containing a great variety cf Styles and pat
terns, which Will be sold 23 per cent less than the usual
.Price. Also, a variety of dress Goods consistingofBcrages,
Lawns, and Muslins, tor styles and prices, are unsurpassed
by any in the market Gimps, Fringes, and Trimmings of
all kinds constantly on band. The attention of the Ladies,
i3 particularly requested to our Stock of Goods, before pur
chasing. may-Jo THURSTON & BERNAB1).
EED SPRINGST "
XITE take pleasure in announcing to our numerous' frieu ds
V V and patrons, that we are now ready to nccommodate
all who may wish to avail themselves of tne benefits of oar
piacn. nxicnsire preparations nave been made for the com
fort, both of the invalid and the man of pleasure. It were
needlcts'forus to attempt to set forth tho vahie of our place,
in a medicinal point of tiqw; Manr, afflicted with various
diseases, have visited us. and after a fmr w
have pone away either entirely cured or greatly relieved
narticularlv snch m harp. hm n(li;,i.J ,r;iKij..i. j:
particularly such as have been afflicted with 5ofi,!f. Hi.
l "re vi m iwc uiauiii, wiu r.uo oi weli-
f eestire Svitfem in msniiraL Of lhpsn itii.:a on .!.
cuMnfiUCIn. ; . 1. .. TI I . 1 1 - . 1 . . .
danc of proof, and many who have certified to them. ni th
same havo goue turth lo the ailheted people. And wo have
at thlSTirne two living specimens of Scrofula cases, cured
sound and jvtlL with us, lo be seen as testimony to our dec
laration; one of which was almost a hopeless case.
We'aretu "Macon county, Middle Tennessee, 12 miles east
of Wjtyaiht, onrcounty seat, 65 cr 70 miles from Nasliville.
4a miles turnpike, and the balance high ridge road, and
Atliereooilcotmlrv ruidl eominj- Fmm
75ctsPl;tt0',.ni'U?'i ton,,t&,ljr?irriiJe,Carth3gt, Gainshnro',
i imu&iii nit , iiiosinin', iiauaiiu, &c
SAM. f. II ARK,
J, A. TAYLOK,
S. U. PfTi'TON.
VALUABLE LAND FOE SALE.
road: The land has on it a small dwelling house, and a
iawand jcrist mill. andasit can be subdivided into several
small firms, it affords a good opportunity for persons wi.-h-ing
aliome in a pleasant country, on rich lands, and within
a convenient distance of trood schools, churches, Ac. Terms
mx-rai. iiue inuispuiaDie. tor lunner lnjomation, ap
ply to W Spkxce, Miirfreesboro', or to tho subscriber
W. L. MURFREE.
Mnrfreesboro. August 3. 1653 ootf
THE GENIUS OF ENTERPRISE. '
After Rome was subjugated by the hoards of northern bar
bariaus in the fifih century, the luminaries of science that
bad shone with such effulgence upon the Greeks and Ro
mans were almost extinguished, and forages the world lay
In an interminable right of mental and moral gloom. The
human intellect seems to have laid dormant during the long
and tedious-Winter, with no enlivening spring to awaken
and revivify its inactive powers. Rut atlength the dawn of
a brighter day began to appear, and slowly and majestical
ly arose from that murky chaosr, the sun of enlightenment,
ordered by Providence, to gladden and illuminate the world
with his beams. The advent of PYFER & CO.
Th Trcly Fortunate and Far-fain- 1
PYFER & CO.
In thelOtd Century, dispelled like mist before the' rising
sun the night of mental darkness that has brooded over the
world; and though their glimmering stachad risen slowly
above the horizon, it culminated with the quickness of the
electric spark, and rapidly diffusing its luminous rays
throughout the world, presented to Ihe tranquil gaze of ad
miring million the semblance of the
ANCHOR OF HOPE.
Read the great good bestowed last month.
UNPRECEDENTED AND BRILLIANT LUCK!
The fuUoicing- Splendid Prizes sold the last four tteeis:
J55,468, in Package Wholes, sent to an old and heretofore
unlucky Correspondent residing in Santa Rosa count v,
Florida, who lias often said his turn must soon come,
and he was not disappointed. So much for persever
ance. $30,000, package of Quarters, sent to Tennessee.
$26,000, ickagc of Quarters, sent to Alabama.
ii',:w, pacaage or uaives, seni lo irginia.
9,000, package of Wholes, sent to South Carolina.
fT.outK), package of Halves, sent to North Carolina.
For brilliant Prizes, always mail your orders,
PYFER A CO., Xo. 1 Light street, MaUimore,
The most successful method to draw a Prize is to
Purchase a Pachiije! The experience of every day strength
ens this declaration.
"Xo such word as FaiT at Pilfer if Co's.
Forward your orders without delay t
Splendid Schemes for July, 1853.
JSTThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
. t . . FIT , . . ... . "
uuiji, ate givea oeiow.
Price of Price of
13 5 Of 12,000
25 3 of 15,000
40 00 I
-Drawings forwarded to Correspondents by tho Erst
mails afierthe lotteries are dra.rn.
JSTCorrcspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centtgo in favor of those purchasers
who order by tbePackaze. and the chances of dmwim. four
! of the largest Prize in ttieSchenw, are thereby secured.
Wc ad vias the purchase of Packages of Tickets" in every in-
ETHank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFER A COV.
pi?Remember A I'cxAQiof Tickets, can draw voca
of the most splendid prizes in it scheme.
fS7"In order to secure a Fortune, and thecash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper lure
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lished, far famedand truly fortunate Exchange and Iitiery
Brokers, PYFER & CO,
June29 lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
SALE OF TOWN LOT 3.
THE iindcrsignad will again offer for sale on TUESDAY.
the 2d day of August, 1S.V1, a large number of
very choice business aad residence lots in the town site of
We desire to impress it upon ihe community, that there is
no bumbuggerr in the statement, that upon the completion
of the Nashville and New Orleans, The Mobile and Ohio,
'The Memphis and Charleston, and The Winchester and Ala
bama Railrrmd.s, a Railroad communication will beopsned
belweenlhi3 place and Mobile in twenty-two houri, with N.
Orleans in tw enty-five hours, and wilh 'Memphis in fourteen
iionrs'na in less inan one Tear trie communication wUl be
opened with Charleston and Savannah iu twcnty-Svo botns:
that on completion of the Virginia Ilailroads,
ids, a conimnnica-
tion will be opened wilh Richmond, Norfolk, Ac, in about
itiirty-nve Hours; ttiat upon the completion of the jtoads
north-east and north-west from Nashville, a communication
will be opened, wilh all the Northern, North-Western. and
North-Eastern cities. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, Aa, Ac., in fifty to sixty hours. Thus in the short
.spare of say two to three, viars, command willbe haJfrora
Ihis point, in u few hours, "of all the Northern, North-eastern,
Eastern, South-eastern, Southern, South-western, esttrn,
and North western markets. ,
These paramount advantages, combined with the com
manding beauty of the site and scenery, unrivalled liealtli
Xulmws of the place, salubrity of theclimate, great beauty of
the surronnding country, productions of the soil, aniple and
commodious width of the streets, certainly rendertlus place
central in a remarkable degree, and adapted in every ipect
to business of every variety, and to the most desirable and
Tnua 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 years, without secu-
n Plans of town may be seen at the place, and any informa
tion furnished by application to the proprietors, Messrs.
Decherd A Sandford. DAN. TRIGG,
june 21 td Auctioneer.
TVrAGNOLIA COTTOJt. We are agents for the
31. sale of the celebrated MAGNOLIA COTTON SELD,
an article which several years experience with some of our
best planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle Ten
nessee than any that was ever grown. Call soon or they will
all begone-- . JOHNSON A SMITH,
f irvrTi-" tt,w,.-,.. .
TBtl PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
aJEgSfSSBr.,f'r. h FRANKLIN
. ' rlbKK, President of thn r,'i,t
, 1S. k dtcIat? materf
1 ynthatpubhcsalesof themje,,.
f riuaof ii miles on each
' thStotr auw aBd R'vcr rSroaiui
t the riohera?na&rBA 1111(5 MISSISSIPPI, at
1 AtTeLand rmS. 'SStewit: H
. At tne 1 nd Office at ST. STEPHENS t
i t vbiu uuuoitllOMmm.-. :...5.. r
' odd rcaasts above refrrp,! In .iTJT Celngtiia
j uicu.kujuu wnusuips, la Wlci .
XortX of tAs Use lias ,ndcat cf a, meridutfu
i otvnsnfps one and two, of range oxk.
Townshinsone. ttco. three.
:.- t : onuaiea m Ib I'n.I.r.
Townships onetwo, three.ror; and Act, of ran man
I Townships Che. two. ikrJ. fmi T.l JT "l?";
Townships cteZ two, thrj. aiTTKi
range tocb. . , , ul
Tiw'nships'ttw, foar, five, six; and tettn, of ranga rns
SouthcftheSwUneand xcestoftls principal etlridicn.
&& of ts bat, line ad east ef a,
. , , I " ' " auuj
odd numbers above referred to. a ZzS? l0e xU
dcmenUonedtawnshipa to wlu ,,tua,ei ta a un-
XorthojaebexKntand esiof Ue prindl r.erii
. Townships iritlte; nineteen. anH .
AttheLand Offfcc atTDSCA Y.orS V ,1 ""P
same State, com
isal of snrt, X;n. . "j-"'-.-' ""'" e". lor n-.o
d3 townlrwR': -
Xorth of She base Uniapd tri of (he prioeivel meridian .
tru sovtAemvrreytng dktrii.
Township ticcntmf. ot ranee rocu.
' be disposal cf 'such sections and 'partfof f rJm, L
I t ho ivM nnmV- .iv,. r j . . 1 ircirons, oci.
ArtA of the ba,line and east of the Choctoe meridian.
fWf'A' W'nU"'- nd
Townships eyikt mm, twtlte, tMrkKnJbwteeitJUUen ,u:.
fc-Vventeen, eighteen, nineteenraYd twK
.J0WDohipaC!:.h,' .. thirteen, fui-
tecn, fifteen, sixteen, mmtem, eigntn, and nl7eteW t
.Jff". Wr( tUrUm, fr.r.
'"grAfi"1, and of range ehbiki.
At the Laml OlEceat AUGUSTA in theMnwSufe. com
mcncing on Monday, the UrHtu uU day oCSeftsmUr n, . i.
for the dispo. of such Keelions and parts ofwcaorT. be-n
the.abovereferredto,iBan; situated iaifee u.
dermcntionedtBwndiipB,to wit m.
Xirth of thei.ue line and east of tie Oectnemerw:
Township fmr, of range TmarsEx
roc'1'4 ir' "'I,nd -' range
J,jT' nd seven, of
Township ts, of range rjsuitx.
XortkofltelaieHntteftke meridit., andeaettf iV-;
Townships three, r, f, six, seven, and eio 0T
oivnships, sir, seven, eight, nine, and ten, of rau?e
Townships wr, gj, niiw. and ten, of range. tevca.
Townships e, ami ten, of range eiehr
The townships herein designate in rotnait letters are
wholly within the limits of "six sections in widtaoncli
side of said road." and those in Holies are wrtV wuhm
limits, as deaignalcd on the diagrinsj, whioh mil be tu--
wiU bSrirmn h"
The lands will be sold tmlject to the right of war granted
by ; hesaidactof aoth jSeptember, 1850, te the StiteVafcret
said, for said railroad, not exceeding kdt ,d f.et ou
each side thereof; and therefore tbeperticukr trad f land
which include the road will be sold a., coBfaHuiig the quan
tities respectively shown by the official plats. H
Each sale will be kept open fr a time suScwBt lo admit
of ofliertng all the lands, but not exteediDg two rt,. aud
applications to make private entries of the Utds ...Terrd
under this procbmation will not be received u.iiil after tho
close of the public sale.
Given under my band at Ore city of WashiiigiVn, tU
twenty-third day of May, anno Domini we tUxumrul cii'ht
hundred and fiftyJhree. FRANKLIN 1'lFKCrI
By the President:
CumKiiisioHtr f the GeHenULand Ofite.
Xutics to actual seiilerson lands of the VniM SUtes original,
ly unthdraunfrvm market on aceemnt of the raHruad
Under act of Congress, approved 8d March, 1983, entilled
An act to extend pre-emption rights tocertain Ianda there
in mentioned," the Pre-emption laws of tho United States an
they now east are extended over thealternato reserved sec
tions of public lands along the line ol the railroad hereinbe
fore mentioned, where the settlement and improvement
were made prior to He final oMeisnenl of the alternate teo
tions to the said rmlroad. Therefore, all claims br pre-em-tion
to any of the alternate sections of public iands within
Uie limits onginally leserved wiU atUch, if predicated ur
on settlements made priortothe 4th February, l8j3,th.
date of the final allotment.
Claims within the six mHes limits must be proven np at
any time before the day herein fixed for the commencement
of the public sales, and are to be paid for at tho rate of two
dollars and fitly cents per acre. Claims outside of the ir
miles, and within the limitsofthe original reservation, must
ba proven np prior to the restoration of said lands to n- Ivata
Soldiers' bounty land warrants, ata dollar andtweniy-nvo
cent tier acre, may be received in pavment for cither class
of lands; one warrant only, however, can bo located breach
Immediately afler the close of the public sale directed by
the foregoing proclamation of the President, applicatiocawiU
be received for the purchase at private entry, or location tr
warrants, of the lands reserved to satisfv this grant, outside
of the six miles limits, in such order as lo prevtnt confusion
and insure accuracy, fn accordance nith instructions to bo
issued to the registers and receivers.
law 18w JOHN WILSON,
june!2 Commissioner of the General Land OJiee.
UNITED STATES HAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
New York and Charlestoa Steam Pacieta.
T EAYESAdgcr's Wharves every Salurday ,f.---r-.
JL afternoon and each alternate WedneRday.JifpS
On Saturday, Jas. Adper, l,5tons, sI
J. Dickinson, Commandcr-JIarlon, 1,200 tohlfxtenr
The Southerner, W. Foster, Commander, will leave,
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complete order.
r or freight orpassagc, having elegit State Room Aeoom
modation, apply at the office cf the Aeent,
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
Cabbtn passage f 25. Steerage .
A. A new ship will be placed on the Line to eonnei-t
with the Southerner oa Wednesdays. feblT tow"
HYEH3 & McGILL.
DEALE&3 nt syxnr neaCBimoy 07
Ladiea' and Gentlemen's Famiahiag and Fancy Gacdi,
On, OSege street, one door South ef the Sfvare.
Wil E It'E may be found at all 'itnwa Urge sort
ment of Winchestera, Davis A Jie, i Jlyors
Patent Shoulder SeamShlrtK. of Linen. Muslin with Lin
en Loaoms, GiDghara, and Freofh Chintz, Standing and
lfyron Collani, Underwear, Merino, Shaled Silk, Cash
mere, Vigonia Cotton arid Canton Flannel, for ladias
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gotten, Gloves, Kid and
Silk. Buck. Cashmere, Cloth. Chamois, Wa?h Norma,
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and S.1k Handkerchiefs, Stock. Ties Waferfords,' Albert.
De JoinriHe's, plain. Emb'd aad selfmtmz; Cravats
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Flw uhVr Craccs; Strs
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton J ight l aps, Oil Silk Batu
mi? Cans for Ladies and Gentlemen. Moiny. Ridinand
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chain bre, ITmbrellas, Walk-
: T7?.lini- Tninl. t T-.1:
; Cwes, Riding fhim, Trunks, Sole Leather, YaW
rt IUjts. Satchi-Ls. Dn-.irr C,, w,s- rI.. t1
' let. Opera Cfavies, Porte Monies Fans, Writing Desk
fTiVar Gaae. Flasks. TraTeIlin' Oomnnnimw YAwtta ami
Razor Strop. Combs, Brushes, Good ) ear Cum Coeds,
j Perfumery Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
" "i ituucr aniens, icimny sepi oy hut-
- L, eIl4Te miu!e arrangements with our friends at tho
Ijorth to forward us Goods as noon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in Wthan ten dam,
from theJiew York Custom. Mow.
... , MYERS 4 McGlLL-S.
Furnishing fatore. College street, 1 door South of the;
Square, .Nashville. octll
,.. FARH F0a8ALE.
iv 1HU to sell tha Farm on which 1 now reside, 3 mile-
from Nashville, on tlio middle Franklin Turnpike, and
.containing 100 acres, nbout equally divided loto timber and
cleared land. There is everythiogon it to render It desira
ble as a country residence, such as a great variety of fruit,
an abundance of spring and well water, pi, Ac. If de
sired it will be divided into small portions.
For terms, Ac., apply to Joins' Kikkxax or to R. W.
Brows, Genl Agent, No. -SSJf Cherry street, or to
juneSO dAwtf. W.D. GALE.
I76h IIENT.-A two-story Brick HouseTon Spruce
street, between Cedar and Uui. n streets, in Jloore's
block- Apply to puly!2 GLOVER A BOYD.
FOR SALE A likely Negro Man, 21 ear of ago
He is a splendid Cook, and a boy of fine disposition.
Apply to Qnlyl2 GLOVER A BOTD.
-15'boxes Lemons, received this day hS
Ins day 1
li. A J.