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NASHVILLE, TENN: FRIDAY, AUaUST 12, 1853.
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UNION AND AMERICAN.
office-No. 11, deadeuick street.
THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished
to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one
Year in advance, $2 50; within the year 3 00; at the end
cf tbe'ytart-i'OO. " Ctcns Of fiTe and upwards 42 00
per copy for ons year. Clubs of subscribers will be re
cetreS for sir months at the Cregoing rates. -
The TRI-WEEELY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
end Saturday, si 5 per annum in advance; if cot paid in
DAILY is published at Fight Dollars.
T3TTHE MOSEY IX ALL CASES -TO ACCOMPANY
SUBSCRIPTIONS.,! ., "
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
risk. . - , ',' -
paper trillbe sent out of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the cash.
JOCKEY CLUB RACES.
mHF. Knll MWiinir over the Nashville Course will com-
X menceon MONDAY' the 26th of September, 1853, and
continue through the week.
First Day, Monday 26 Sweepstakes for untried 3y olds;
$100 entrance, f50 forfeit mile beats.
Jo Averson enters Daily Peyton's ch c, by-Wagner, dam
by Leviathan. . , . rT, .
V O Harding enters ch f, by Ambassador out of Kafc
lung by Priam. , , ,
Wiley Tavlor enters ch c, Wellir Eton, by 'Wagoner, dam
by Stockholder. Also, g c, Raging Tad, by Sovereign, dam
SondDy, TucsXay 27 Sweepstakes for 8 year olds,
5201) entrance. ?S0 forfeit two mile heats.
G B Williams enters ch f, by Wagnerrout of Eudora by
Jo Averson enters ch f, Frank Pierce, by Sovereign dam
by Leviathan. , .
S H Buggenters chf, Lady Green, by Belshazzar, dam by
Third Day, Wednesday 23 Swecpstakss for 2 year olds,
$100 entrance, S50 forfeit, mile out
W W Woodrulk enters b c, by Sovereign, dam by Stock
W G Harding enters ch f. bv Shamrock out of Gamma.
P Fowler enters g c Little Arthur, by Glcncoe out of Blue
Bonnet, by Imported Bedford.
Jo Averson enters b c, by Sovereign, out of Clara How
ard. Also, b c, by Sovereign; dam by Leviathan.
Fourth Day, Thursday 29-Jockey Club Purse, $1 00
mfDay, Friday SO Jockey Club Purse, $200 two
S'aih Dan, Saturday October 1 Proprietor s Purse, ?150
.mile heats-best three in five. T ALDERSON,
THE FALL MEETING over this Course will commence
on Monday, the 3d day of October, 1853, and continue
throughout the "week, viz :
Fikst D at Monti at Sweepstake for Two year olds.
The dash of a mile. $100 enlr, $50 forfeit Closed with
Gen. W. W. Woodfolkent b.c. by Sovereign, out of the
i dam of Compromise, by Stockholder.
y Gen. W. G. Harding cnt ch. f. by Shamrock, dam Gam
ma by Pacific.
Jo. Averson enters b. g. by Sovereign, dam Clara
Howard by imp Barefoot
.Also ent brc by Sovereign, dam Jane Mitchell by imp
StooxD Day Tcesoat Sweepstakes for three year olds, i
mile heats, 150 cnlrance,$50 forfeit Closed with three j
Jo Averson enters Balie Pc) tons ch. f. by agner, dam
Cbra by Eclipse. . .. , . ,
Geo W G Harding enters b. f. by Epsilon, dam Beta, by
Imp. Leviathan. .
Also, ch. f. by Ambassador, dam Kate King, by Imp.
Tinrtn Dat Wsdxesdat. Association Purse $230
two mile heats.
Focarn Day TumsDAY. Association rurse fJljO
Fifth Day Friday. Sweepstako for three year olds,
two mile bests, $200 entrance, $50 forfeit Closed with
lien AY G Harding enters b. c by ipsiloa, dam Nanny
G B Williams enters ch. f. by Wagner, dam Eudora, by
' Jo Averson euters b. c. Frank Pierce, by Sovereign, dam
by Imp. Leviathan.
S HTJugg enters ch. Lady Greene, by Belshaaar, dam by
Wilcv Tavlor enters cb. c Wellington, by Wagner, dam
- Sixth Day-Satoiday. Association Purse $100
four mile beats. E. R. GLASCOCK,
Maimey's Reaper and
I REFER the Farmers to the statements below, made by
Dr. John Shelby and L. F. Bradlev. I have seen it in
operation several times, I am satisfied of its gre.it utility. As
the season is advancing, I now offer those I have on hand for
$200. L. P. CHEATHAM.
juno29, 185S. Nashville, Tenn.
Nasuyillk, June 25, 1853.
Col. L."P. CireATUAu: Dear .fir. I have been using
tbe Reaping and Mowing Machine" paten-enied by Manney
of Illinois, which you are now offering to the citizens of Ten
. ncssee. Itis a nitsT rats laboiisav.xq Machine. It works
jfCATLY and rapidly. The amount cut per day will depend
principally upon the speed of ihe team. If the team can
ravel four miles per hour, it will Reap orJJow, fifteen acres
n ten hours. It is entitled to the confidence of ihe public.
Repectfully J. SHELBt.
I, L.F. ifradley, now managing the farm of Dr. Shelby,
moke the following statement: We havebadfor more than
oneweoi,one or Col. Cheatham's mowing and reaping
machines, we havetried it in clover and grain blownand tan
gled, and I now state that it mows and cuts cleaner than the
sytbe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as 14
hands, and it cu reap at least twenty-four acres per day.
June29-t&w. L. F. BRADLEY.
' WESTERN MILITARY INSTITUTE
Drennon Springs, Henry county, Ky.
T Hi Grst term of the seventh annual session oHhis U ,
College commences 'he. econd Madiy in Srpttm- H '
ler. l&53,ndtheseaniteaaoaibcJirtt Monday lathe
foUawUa February. . 1
The EViculty consists of nin e experienced professors. I be
number of cadets in attendance last session was 22T, of
whom 15 were from Tennessee. Thecour?e of stiidiesc.ii
braces the ticieutific course of the U. S. Military Academy
nnd tboruugh insinictions in History, English Literature,
end the UreeS and U.tin languages, niuaems ure wium
tn 1pi murse. including Civil EneiDecnnir, Modern
Languages, Book Keeping, with Commeicial practice and
other branches at theiroptim.
Tbe Military feature is not introduced merely to diffuse
Military knowledge, but to promote discipline, health and
Charges rortuition, boarding, rooms, fuel, lights, washing,
tprvanis' attendance, and use of furniture and anus SW
Mr term. Sunreon's fee ?8 uer term. For further infor-
i . . . 11 . . . V. . '
aa, i n ImUh Vn TinUrillp Kr . Smith &
Johnson, 67 Magazine street, ;
mnuu -uuttnI .wtiHj.n ; ' -' ' , ,
ORAEFEKDERO CHILDREN'S PANACEA.
AMQST stiange and irreconciUble fact meets us at Ihe
Very threshold of oar remarks on this valuable ir.cdi
cine. It is this: that no medical preparation adapted to
the various diseases of children nnd youth, has ever been
offered to the public, while at the same time it is established
br the most accurate tables ofmortahtyth.it one-half the hu
man family dUbefore reaching Uie. aye. of jive years'
We should suppose that to this great class of human suf
ferersthis one-half or the race the most anxious and car
nest attention would hare been given: that medical Riill
would have been taxed to its utmost capacity to tind out a
medicine to which mothers and nurses might resort under
the constantly recurring necessities which present Ihcin
elves in this connection. The world is literally crowded
with medicines for adults, but towards the sufferings of chil
dren no one has seemed to turn proper attention. No one
has regarded their condition. No one has seemed to think
it possible that the ravages of disease and death among tlm
might be stayed. It is true that there are numerous A cr
rnitiiges aiid'Cordials of some value, but none of these is
confined exclusively to one or two forms of diease. The
Oraefenberg Children's Panacea is the only medicine extant
in either hemisphere thi t Is at all worthy "of being called a
Children's Medicine or that supplies the great want allu
ltis invalnableand unsurpassed in cases of infantile jaun
dice, griping and flatulency, diarrhoea, cutaneous eruptions,
the tbrasli, teething, falling of the fundament, convulsions,
rickets, ringwoim, scald head, measles, croup, worms, chol
era infantum, wasting of the body, and all diseases incident
to the jears of childhood.
Price i0 cents per bottle.
For sale at oil the Drugstores, In town and countrv.and
bj ALEX MACKENZIE,
j'ulylS Nashville, Tcmi.
i; FACTS THAT AEE FACTS.
-i-TTIIO docs not know that Lyons i Co., keep nlwaj-s on
V V M the finest Cigars and Tobacco to be liad in
town. All we can say to those who are ignorant of this, is
to request tbem to call and examine our stock, and tbey
will soon be convinced that such is the case. Dou't forget
the Lions (Lvons) Deu, No. 19, Cedar street
Tobnccos. We are just in receipt of a large lot of
smoking and chewing Tobaccos, consisting of some of ihe
finest brands, fine cut and in plug, For sale either whole
sale or retail by h3?$ V 'o.
julylS - No. 19, Cedar St.
SAFETY I'USi:. 500,000 feet genuine Safety 1'use,
by the original manulactiirers, for sale by
"J H -n.iriiiu WITn It C.(
1 1 i r. i i u.i.'i. i . .i.".'
at W. H.Gobpos A Co.'.. IMblio Square.
partnership heretofore existing under the firm ofbonx.
Hilas ACo.,-is this day dissolved by mutual consent
ma'vSS K . A. E-ANK A CO.
TAN TED. A few thousand busbcls Pea;Nuts, for
iwhich we will give the highest market price.
THE UNITED FIES5IXJ.!S TNSTJRANCE COMPANY 01
CAPITAL 100,000 D OLLAXSl !
Chartered by the State.
. r i . . r J :
THIS Company navmg iuuy oreatuiBu,i3
nnvr nAv to take risks on all descrip
tions of property, against loss or damages by
flw e-.ru-ainst nenls of the sea or inland nav-
.-irinn rrtmositions for insurance will be received at the
oifice of tbe Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St
A. W, JOHNSON. President
J. S. DAsniiat, Scc'y. Nashville, Oct 8, 1852.
COlimKHCIAi IN5URANCE COMPANY.
-CKaCuston, 50crra cakolixa.
Capitol S250.000: All Paid In.
I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and am fullv prepared to take Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street jq-j-j DASHTELL, Agent-
THE KUTUAL PE0TECTI0N INSTJEANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
opposite the Arcrandah, will insure on tha mutual prin
ciple, Houses, Merchandize, Ac, ngainst Loss or Damageby
Fuel Steamboats on anv of the Western waters Mfauist the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of essels of
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Hirers.
Also, the Lives of irsons in good health, for a single year,
forir term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail. --..
AH persons having their lives or property insured in thi3
Institutiori, are entitled to a full participation m all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount cf Pre
miums which they may pay. a
if. S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSONVice President
C. J. F. WnABTQy, Secretary. j'anl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSTJBANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square 'midivay
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against 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 sea vessels and other carg6es, on
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL. President
JosEPit Vaulx, Secretary.
DmucTOis. Aler. Allison, John M. HilL F. B. fogg, G.
M. Fog?. James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, tsam
uel Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
New York Life Insurance Company,
No. 106 Broadway, New York.
ON THE MUTUAL PliAS,
Accumulated Capital $500,510.00.
rl r--MAi, actuary m- xa---ij!, tkm't.
rr-5 TVtl nnmtior of Pnltclfi lulled bv this
Company up to July lat, 1852 algbt thousand
.IrhnrulrAri and elfhtvone.
TT-s-iiiwi.iAnH. mflfiA Hnnn&llv on all Life Po
licies In shape of slock, bearing Interest at tho rate of 6 per
"j T"8 dlvldendsherctofore have always averaged from
40 to 50 per cent. , . , .
ID' t'ereons taking out Policies for the whole term of
life can give thMr note at 12 months for 40per cent of the
premium, and .ayW)percentincas.
ApnMeicaUons for risks, prospectus of the company, or ln-forci-tlon
relating to the subject of Life Insurance may bo
ma.de altheoKce of tho undersigned General Agent for the
State of Tennessee. J0-iE.p." NASH.
OHce N. W. cornerlPahllc Square,
opposite Planters' Bank. Jia.hville, Aug. 10, 1852.
HARTFORD LIFE INSUUASCK COMPANY, "HART
FORD, CONNECTICUT. .
James Duos, Pres. Usxnr L. lliu.cn, Sec'y.
Capital and Surplus S300.000. .
Lociuxce ou lives of white persons on the joint stock
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. S. -L LO0MIS,
jan 15 6m gent.
tuu Iimuriiiico Co. of Hartford.
Annuity Fund $150,000.
EXCLUSIVELY held pledgcd.and appro priated,
with Us reserved accumulations, by the chartsriSaZtl
and regulations ofthe Company, to the payment of Annu
Hes and lossesupon Insuranceon Life, and in no cventlia
bleforother debts, contracU, liabilities, or engagements of
Thos. K. Bxacx, Pres't, S. L. Looms, Secretary;
K A. KcLKLir, Vice J. W. Sktmocr. Act'y, Presdcnt.
Managing Directors for tlx Life Department.
E. A. UCLKLIT, JOHK L.BOSWILL,
KoBERT BOKLL, RoLAKD MaTIIIR,
XJiles A.Tottli, Edwis G. KirLir
HZKRA Q. PkATT.
This being Joint Stock propriety company, and conduc
ted on Uio cabli system, the Managers fasvs adopted a Utile
or rates of premium as low as Is consistent with safety and
much loner than those or the Mutual Companies.
Applications for risks on white persons, received by the
undersigned, who will furnish Prospectuseeof tho Compa
any, and any Information relative thereto.
J-rpH'sl-souslavesagalnstdlieasesand accidents causing
death, taker.; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this
Agency. JOS. NASH, Agent,
OEce N. W. corner Public Suaro,
opposltoPlantcmBanV:. NasnvllIo.Biig. 10, 1852.
.I1LUK.U1 .Jlllll 1 .
.K.Wikstoic, M D once hours, 3to5,r.M.
hxktC. Fosrxa, M. 1).J ' '
THE NASHVILLE MANUFACTUEING COMPANY.
HAVING, at great expense, procured the most recently
improved machincrv and tools for the construction ol
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, Freight Cars, Frogs, Switch
Stands, Repair Cars, and all work appertaining to Railroads.
Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5
to 500 horse power, with boilers cf the best Tennessee Iron.
Saw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash
Saws, embracing the latest improvements. Grifct Mills.
Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all sizes.
Sugar Mill" of the most recent construction, -with Engines
to correspond, put np 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 caes where it is desired, we furnish an engineer to
Eut up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, .so that
e may continue to operate tbe engine, Ac
Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with
Shafting, Mill Gccricg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank
Vaults, made to order. .
Information cheerfully given and orders received by
J. THOMPSON, President
N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper.
(n-j rv frv ItliW .1
l.vUVJ to anv
above' the market pnee.
UI. I will pay theabove reward
person or persons, as a premium
for one thousand Land Warrants,
of the denmuinatio!.s of 1B0, 60 and 40 acres. I will pur
chase sinrie warrants ol either denomination.
6 R. II. BItOCKWAT
Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door
Routl.i.i " u Nashville. oct!4 m27.
THEY COME! FEESH ARRIVALS DAILY!!
rpIIE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi
JL zens of Nash villa and surrounding country that
lis is still receiving large additions to his already im
mense stock of
Gents Fashionable Spring and Snmmer Iteady
u?-u i. 1 A ,:!! coll aq i.nw AS AW
""....ii,,fV.7! V." VSt . ri.
i U 1 1 1 L 1 . UUUSD 1.1 inc. 1 l.vviii-
ctnr Tin llmwri. llluc Black and Olive Frock
nnd Dros Coats of the latest stvles. French Tweed. Cash-
merettc, plush, Drapd'Etc, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
Ftm-V. SWk. Ikjx. nnd Polka CoaU. A'C A"P-.
I'ants and A'eits of every color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the most tastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchief, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
Hsm flnrnet Ham. Ac. &c
Also, a varietv of Youths and Childrens' Clothing, from
three years of age upwards. L. PO WEltb,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 84 Market St, directly op
posite Union street
jgjNo connexion with any oilier house in the city.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. P.
Country Merchants in pirticuiar are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
AUGUSTA, ( A.
THE above HOTEL is now open for the reception of ,HL
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. JiiL
This long established and well-known House has under
cone a thorough alteration throughout, and lurnished with
Hew and fiishioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
mm ket affords; and the Proprietor trust, by n systematic
course, both wi"i servants and the regulations of the house
gencrnllv, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction' to
thce lliat mav favor liim ivith their patronage.
jan20 lvtrw JXO. W.. SPEAR.
7SJJKIOWl)Ult MANUFACTURED BY THE
JT 1IAXAUI Powder Compmy of Connecticut i
Kes lentiicy nine rowcer, so iua otu.
.100 h.Ufkcirs do
250 or. tecs do
500 keg3 Deer
J ().)! ke'jrs lilusliiig
. 63i- o
125 ' do
501 lbs do (3 ksgs each)
TJ imi)kIii!n finp I2iHi.
The sbwe jhiwder has ju-t been received direct from ihe
manufactory of tho II.tv.nl Powder Company the quality
of tfcieh is we'd known throughout the United States. .AH
orderspromptly filled j application at my Powdor Dapot
North riist corner I'r-'j'.icrjuaie, Nashville.
ALSO -30,000 Kxr. Safety Fuse of bcsl quality.
S.IL LOOM IS, Agent
march25 tr llie Hanrd Powder Company.
PATENT CHOPPTJJG KILL.
For Choppinir Corn or other Grain,
An artteie uJtieh ecery Farmer thoull hace.
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 construction, that any boy
twclveyearsoldcan keen it in order and run it Itisadap
ted to either steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Milk, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan md A.
C. Howard, ot Nashville, persons wishing to purchase- can
find them at J. M. Seabury's, oa College street, where they
ill be happy to take orders. 1J0SS & ADAMS,
FITHNTTIjRE! FUIINITUIIE! I
at ICS. n U(LU M HI WO t4 A umvu w uv-v- .
nAAt- IFarmrr en-
larged my Ware rooms, I shall keep an assortment ot Gil
bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir
rors, Ac. Furniture of all kinds made to order. Article
sent free to tbe Railroad cr anvwhere in the city. Remem
ber 45, Union street, Cheap Furniture Depot
"TTTEhave received by recent arrivals "in" . jT-tT i
V V more cf Ihose unnvalled Pianos, made
by J. B. Dunham and Idam Stodart & Con ofjfj jff t
various styles and sizes, whidi will be sold Very low tor
cash or good notes drawing Interest, and warranted to give
saasfactionmevery respect t h qreeNFIELD CO.
X. II. CUItllEY,
Pnrnthirn Wftnniicturer and Dealer.
t x-.ii ,.f ViiT-nifnrA nn
nnti tne puuii """'j i
Keeps a iuii assujiuicu. '- .r-
, ifi r ,-.1,. TtAH-ifla Sine-
nanu, consisung ut " """"i . , ' n .Z
boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Sliower-Baths,
Ordered work and repairing done af the shortest notice,
and on very reasonable terms,Tvith despatch.
Mattrasses of all kinds made to order-common shuck
kept constantly on hand. .
tlndertalanS-Having just received from New" Yorka
lot of the air-tight and &fr cxausted Metahc Cofans, al
orders for Coffins can be filled in very short noace, from
the Plain Servants' to the fine 31etalic or Covired, and on
very reasonable terms; together with everything necessary
All OTders left at my store on College street. No. 25, opposite-
the Sewanee House, will be punctually attended to
both night and day. ,r . J.IL OURRril.
N. B. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend
ed to When desired. PQgy J-
DISSOLC ION. .
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing under Ihe style
and firm of Philurj AHaht is this day dissolved by
mutual consent All persons indebted to the firm are re
quested to make immediate settlement, and all having
claims against the same will present them for payment.
Either partner will use the name of the firm m liquidation
rnv "Willi! AM PUlLLIlfc.
July 1, 1853. HENRY HART, Jr.
I cheerfully recommend Ir. Henry Hart, my successor
and late partner, to the former friends and customers of the
House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance of thai
patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late firm,
julvl" ' WILLIAM PHILLIPS.
: JAMES D. LEHJIER,
Produce and General Commission Merchant,
PROMlTTattcntion given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED
FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, &c,
Ac., upon which advances will be made if required.
JST Orders promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures
Flour, Whiskv, Ac., Ac
KAgentfor the sale ofStar and Tallow Candles, Sale
ratus, Pot and Pearl Ash, and Urd Oil, which will be fur
nished at lowest market rafa without Commismon.
AliUABLE UWELLING HOUSE FOU
SALE. Tbe undersigned offers for sale his residence
on Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired.
Terms made known on application to FogrEB gd
Or in my absence to O- M. EOGG.
june 17 tf.
TXTAtl, PAPERS. Just re- A'p'aTeVS
T T ceiveu, 2,m' iwi ui mw JLAUiivr'r-I
beautiful French Papers, for Parlors, rWSf
Halls, Ac, together with a splendid OrYTrTV, W'aS'
assortment of Gold and Velvet Borders, Fire bcreeus, Win
dow Curtains, c.
ZSTOu hand a large assortment of unglaied Papers, Irora
10 to 23 cts per bolt '
KLAGES A GORBEY,
No. 20, College street, next door to the Sewnhee House..
W. AV. FINN,
41, HAEKET STREET,
BBTVSEX CXIOS 1KB IBB SQKAKE,
nuhUAii 1. 1 r. i i-a- AiPApeKTsggs
U PbK iiA.uinua. a large oca,., "'ixs
and beautiful varietv. rWi'it
Decorntive AVnll Tapers, all Clci
the Utesttrench designs.
Borders, Window Papers, Tcastcr and Cen
trc Pieces, a large assortment
nimnn Iln'-lnzed Pnpers 12.0'X pieces in store.
from 12 1 to 25 cts. per Bolt. All for sale, and Cheap roil
JUST FINISHED AND FOP. SALE
Clark Street Coach Factory,
THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES,
1IOCKAWAYS AND EAJJIILY CARRIAGES.
QT Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that cX&A'
Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. j?s
july 19 lit A A. aiuui.
DICH AND CHEAP GOODS AT NICIIOVS
I ............ T , i i - l .:(-..! ... .... . r
j UUltEilv 1 nave on uanu l ueuumm asawxtuicu. ui
.-:..n .... t 1 . n.111 1. cnMat .-.ifi- krlnrwl
prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains may bo
amu.lMl Pall unnn.
.Muslins and Lawnstrom sc. llc isc. ana i.ia, anu a une
assortment of Berages of all btj les, Silk Tissues, Evening
Dresses, Ac., Ac Also a good assortment of Musquito Net
tings. JAMES NICHOL,
junl7 No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st.
PISSOLTJTION. The Copartnership heretofore ex
isting under the style of McNAIKY A FURMAN, ex
pired on the 1st day of Julv inst. R. C. McNairy will con
tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi
ness of the late firm. Signed R. C. McNAIRY.
Nashville, July 8th, 1S53. F. FURMAN.
I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY, my
late partner, to the friends and customers of the house,
and respectfully solicit continuance of the patronage so
liberally bestowed upon the late firm.
july 8 Signed F. FURMAN.
TT7IHTE GOODS AND TKUIJIINGS. Dotted
V V Swiss, Plain do. superfine Corded and Checked do,
super fine Mull and Naiusook Muslins, Jaconet, Cambrics,
Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncings, Jaconet anc Swiss
Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac, at McCLELLAND'S,
1UUCZO " . . ..... v..
MANTLES, SCARFS, &e.-He lure some very
Rich Mantles on hand, new style, in Silk, Lace, Apli
ca, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, White Crape Shawls, Muslin
de Lane do, which we will close out very cheap.
11 cCLELL AND'S,
june23 No 20. PublicSquare.
1 )ICII DRESS GOODS. OnTand ITicFsliksJlresT
ti Rich Bhick Silks, super Black Gro de Rhiues, Rich
Printed Baicgcs and Tissues, White Uarages and White
Silkliarqu sso, White Glnce-Silks, White Ijice Dresses
Emb'd Crapes, Rich Baregede Laues, Rich French Organ
diez, Muslins. Ginghams, Ac, Ac Thce Goods are very
rich and will be sold at verv low prices, at
jnne23 No 20, Public Square.
ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAr For render
ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white nnd soft,
removingsaliowness, cutaneous eruptions, pimples, tin,
freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediafely
allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating
properties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes
tbem ifalready formed, eliciting on the cheek of age the
clearness and smoothness of vouth. Prepared by Dr. F. F.
Gouraud, 67 Walker St., 1st Store from Broadway, N. York.
For sale by feb GEORGL'GREIG.
FRENCH WINES AND BRANDIES. Always
on hand, a well assorted variety of foreign Wines and
Liquors, putun'in wood and bottles, and fur sale by
H.b9 GEORfJ E GREIO.
1)INE Ai-PLES AND PEACHES. Just re
ceived, a fresh lot of Pine Apples and Peaches, put up
in riass iars. and for sale bv GEORGE OREIG.
C CHEESE. 50 boxes Western Re.-eive Cheese, re
; ceived and forsale by feb3 GEORGE GRE1G.
PINE APPIiE CHEESE. 75 boxes superior
r 1, Avit.Ia P1i,.ca Mrpirl nnrl fnrslehr
fGhg utunuii uriiu.
. 1 . I'.II f. .1 . 1 Tl 1 ' T
I7IGS. On band and for side
a small lot of very fine
I1 Fics.by feb9
f UJI DROPS. A fresh supply of finest quality Gum
T Droos of various flavors, just received and for sale by
fyf v J " GEORGE GREIG.
rlHOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in
J small sticks and in half pound cake', put up in tin foil,
aim for sale by feb'J GEORGE GREIG.
I7RENCH NEUGA CANDY-Just received by
1 express a small lot of While French Neauga Candy put
nn In fin fti Am
f REE1V TEAS. r0 cans fi-eMi Green Teas, uerniet-.
febO J GEORGE GREIG
I7RESH TEAS. Justreceivcd, an extra assortment
of Black and Green Teas of the finest qualities import
ed, and warranted superior, lor sate uy
I?OR HIRE. A Negro Woman with 2 children, one.
lovearsoldjapplyto R. A. BALLOWE, )
julylT Gen'l Ag't, No. 17 Deaderick St
17OR SALE AT AUCTION 1 will offer at public
Auction at the court house, on Saturday next, thcSOth
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inSW, O OeaUlUUl uuuuiuj; nnusti n -..'-"i
r. l,o V A. T. Ilnnnt. Tr.n finn llfllfrflh
U1SUU1CU v " 7 '--
and tlie balance in one id two years, or without lulerest
Willi ft HCn rCUltUUU liu WV tiiuu uuuuuu iiuiwiiwu tuuHKj u
nn i -. Iao fr-T 5A fuel nn RTiftrt Stiwl nnrl nin KipV
A 11 U inju i v iyij w ,w- - . - - - ,
150 feet to a fifteen feet alley, a plot of which can be seen at
my oruce, , i , "A? "
inlv "4 Dcadcnck Street
STRAYED. rroin me premises oi tne suoscnDer, on
Tuesday of last week (25th of June, la pair of BAY
HORSES, about 15 hands 8 inches high, of a slrong and
substantial appearance, between the age of 6 and 8 years
.,r...i.. n...Vc nii-i- rpmp.mhftren. ntnpr than
Ola. HO parvituuu - f
that ono oftlie Horses liad a recent bruise or cut on his left
cheek bone, and had on when be escaped tne ncau-siau ol a
learner nauer. , . ,
Any information concerning .the)iabove.D;orses will be
Nashville, July Sib, 185S.
DE, BLEDSOE'S ALTESATTVE COMPOUND
7Ucme4yovcraUIlmedie4fyr thjDietsacf tht Liver
DtmxWui, EidawtriUnL anil InfMriOiton. qf Out Spleen
ifearibumi, Cblia 'Fiatalertct, 'ills, Oonsilrpatmi, alt
diMoStsof ihe J'.otzds, aad tveh dUeaxs as arise Jramn
disordcr'd tiU. of the Stpnaeh, Liter r DmeeU, at
Scrofula and Sores of any kiruL For GtneralDASUf,
from which LadhijteaveniXy svftr, ihers u not its
e.ivaUnihealioU 3aiena. &hJ.
rrHE mvemor of this prepara' tun was for three years s
JL- comp!etelrprostratedfrDm,Dy.spepsiaarid inactivifrof
the Liver that h'o was frequentlyfor weeks at a tim jnable to
raise himself from his bed. Besought aid from .physicians
at homeahd in Europe, but in vain; his case was pi onoimced
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since !w ha3be(n practicing med
icine, hia success in such cases has been ourivalled. Ha
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
quently said nothing thiough the press of his. own case,
until the character of tie medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown ly the certificates which- have oeen
I subjoin thi certifict te of Prof. M. Gavbebt, of Memphis,
Tenn, with whom I often advised during the timo ot my
ir&Mrms, Tenn, ApriI7,ls52,
I hereby certify that I bare been acquainted with -fr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I tcLsve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recevsr
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liter affection,
and after trying tbe prescriptions of maay Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief; he finally suceeded
with a preparatiou of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. D.
Physicians are requested to try thU preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain tbe character we give to it in this
HcjiTSTnxz, January 12, 18-2.
Dr. Bledsoe; I take the liberty and fell it to te my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bowels, jour Alterative Compound, as a very
seperior medicine, lly son, aged 15years, hadbeen under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of hia recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
entirely cured him. M1DAJAH CAYCE.
H BST3 vole. Oct 17, 1 851.
Da. Bledsoe Some timo lias eiapsed since I gave a cei
tificate that my wife Lad been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now take pleasure in saying to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in the stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought lobe
the best physiciarQ in the place and a great many differen
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and! am happy to say
uiat.it uas entirely cured ner; ana i would conscieutiouslj
reconimena it 10 ail
liver and dyspepsia.
recommend it to all persons suffering-from diseases of tho
N. B. ROBERTSON.
Hotsville, Sept 29, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe Having Feen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spelU of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, andneverfound any thing that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which nas
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
W1L B. LLOYD.
Giles Couxtt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
De. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so tliat I hare not had cause to take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. I am very respectfully vourfriend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD.-
Hcstsville, Abu, August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician afler Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of mv acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAROTHERS.
Hcxtsvixle, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Da. Bledsoe: Siar Judging from the certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add further evidence in regard to the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, tliat for years I suffered a
great deal from Dj-spepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thonght that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or SO pounds, and feel about as u ell as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
J3?The above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State G. W. UEN
DERSH01T, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. SSTTrice il per pint Bottle novlb lvd tr
DR. WM. JIcIiANE,
INDIAN AND GERMAN BOOT DOCTOR.
E ESPECIALLY announces to tho citizens of NashviVk
and vicinity, tbat he has returned again after a resi
dence of fourteen years in the South, and permanently la
cated himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Wasl
ington and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fount
by tuosc who may wish to consult mm.
He has in his possession many certificates from men f
eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the
lUWh UIBUCKIU Ul lllC U1SCUSCS, TIE .cr-
vous Affections, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsias, Chills and
Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con
sumptions, Rheumatisms, Weak Lungs , Fits, Dropsies.
Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptasu of the Lungs, and
other Hemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidneys, Mer
curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Chil
dren, v onus and various oicer Diseases incident to tbe hu
During his residence in the South, he attended to over ten
thousand -different cases, all of which he treated with more
than ordiuary success.
Dr. McLane hopes from hia much experience in the Medi
cal Profession and tbe degree of success that has attended
his efforts heretofore, to obtain the confidence and patronage
of the sick an J afflicted.
Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE.
J"AllLctters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville.
DR. FEASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT.
AMR. WINTERS bad lost nearly all or his hair and
had been bald for many rears: by the useoffref
tles of the Magnetic Ointment, hid hi hair entirdy re-
, ' . i 1 . C t
szorea, ana now nas as ueauuiuieueaaui unr uj mau
could wish. His age is about 50 years.
A son of Mr. Worrcn, of this town, 14 years of age, had
been afflicted with the Asthma from his cradle He had
the benefit of the best medical advice that a loving and
wealthy father could procure, without avail. It was one of
the most aggravated cases I ever saw; he was emaciated al
most to a skeleton. By the use of a few bottles of the Oint
ment he was t.'iorovah'y cured, and for seven months past ha3
cuioyed robust licaHh.
This was an extrjme case of inflammation of the splten,
of long standing; las aval iety of treatment from no less than
eight different physicians, without receiving benefit was
cured by the use of only four bottles of the Magnetic Oint
ment This wasfourmonthsagoand the lady (a Jlrs. Iran
ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual
household duties. I have treated two cases of Chrmic Sore
Eyes with the Ointment, both of the pitienU so nearly
KlnA minnml nn nttpnilant to lead them from place to
place. One of tbem had been afilicted 18 years, the other
about 9years. They had tried the best physicians in the
State, withoutbencSt; and nncof iheni had been tinder the
treatment or the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for
eighteen months, and had expended hundreds of dollars in
vain efl'orts to effect a cure. They are now 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 no case lias it
failed of giving immediate relief and generally a permanent
cure. I have also used it beneficially in severe cases of Ery
sipelas. And last but not least, I have within tbe last year
cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Magnetic
From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every
disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re
commend it to be one of the most useful remedies ever of
fered to the pubh'c. Respectfully Yours. .
!. BD1ITQN HUBBELL, M. U
Dated Jan 27, 1850, Amelia. Ohio.
The character of this Ointment, as an efficient remedy, is
established in this city. There are quite a number of indi
viduals who ascribe their restoration to health to the use of
this extraordinary Ointment
JTor sale by H. G. SCOVEL,
BERRY & DEMOVILLE.
mayg CARTWRIGHT k ARMSTRONG.
TEA A. STOUT,
No. 5 Clabk Steeet, Nasbville, Tesx.,
Xexldoor la II. S: French's Grocery Warehouse, and op
posite Jforrii Slra lion's
ALL kinds of carriages for sale, with harness Q3p5Jy
to suit All work sold by me is made at f'tty
the Clark Street Manufactory, and warranted, and will be
.sold' on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work
made North or East. '
Repairing done" with promptness and dispatch, and all
persons leaving work to repair way rely on getting it vhen
promised. All orders promptly attended to. maris.
IHAVF this day associited with me in the Saddling Bif.
siness niy son, A. C. MARCH. The business, in lutivre
will bo conducted in the name of J. D. 31 arch & Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment - J. 1). MARCH.
J3f Thankful for the liberal share or patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the fame is respeclfully solicited.
ja2 J. I). MARCH A SON.
O IT UATIO N .WANTED .A lady oflong experience
O and superior qualifications to instruct on tne riAnu
FORTE.- desires a sitnation'in a public Seminary or private
family. The best of refererice"giTea. Address box 144, Nash
ville P.O. julyS-lwtw.
NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS.
Til UO UG U by Pennsylvania and Ohio Railroads. Phil
adelptiia to Pittsbure;, Pa-Massilion, Wooster, Cleve
land, Toledo, Columbus, 6nciiinati, Indianapolis, Lafayette,
Terro Hauic, Chicago, aridMilkaukie. Through by Railroad
from Philadelphia to Cindnrnti in 87 hours.
Shortest and. Quickest route train th Atl-mlleCitiM la thi.
Great West Pussenzers will And this ibe miKt r.Want I
route to N. Orleans. Only $11 to Cincinnati; S12 toLouis-j
ville; ?13 to St Louis, Via Pennsyvania Railroad, an - the '
followingdaily Steam Packets from Pittsburi?: BuckeveSinti :
ay ; Crystal ralace, Capt 11 itnuntz, leaves Pittsburg Wed
nesday; Brilliant, Capt J R Grace, ieaves Pittsburg Thurs
day: Pitisburg, Capt Hugh Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri
day; Messenger, No. 2, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts
burg Saturday. Boarding nnd lodging on board the Packets
extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, $2; Louisville, 3; St
Fare through by Railroad from Philadelphia to.Fittsburg,
19 50; Massillon, $10; Cleveland, $10; Mansfield and Crest
line, ?11; Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, $13; Cincinnati, (via
Crestline,) ?15; Chicago, (via Michigan Southern R. It)
$18 25. To Chicago, Waukegan, Kenosha, 111, Racine, Mil
waukie, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan
Central Railroad, $16.
Tbe Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N. E.
Comear of Schuylkill fifth and Market Streets, where tickets
can be purchased of Bingham A Dock, Agents of the State
and Columbia Railroad Lines.
The morning Express Train through to Pittsburg, Cleve
land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 7 o'clock, A. M.
Through to Cincinnati in 37 "hours.
The night Mail Train at 11 P. M. Through to Cincin
nati in 46 hours, including one night's comfortable rest at
Tbe above lines pass through and stop at Lancaster, Har
risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon, Hollidaysburg, John
stown, Grcenburg, and intermediate places.
Notice. In case of loss, the Company will hold thcmsel
ves responsible for personal"baggagu only, and for an amount
not exceeding $100. TIIOA MOORE, Agoat.
june4tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
The Columbia Railroad Line for Harrisburg, via Colum
bia and alt intermediate places, will leave the above station
at IK, P.M.
K S YliVANl A UAILUOAU.
THIS road now complete, It opens a communication be
tween Pittsburg ami Philadelphia, orPitUburc and Balti
more. By which Freight from tbe west can reach an eastern
market qnlcker and cheaper than by any of the pre ut rival
ontes: they connect with the daily packets at PllUbarj,
from Ft Louij, Louisville, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and all tbe
different polntson the Western waters. Also with the Cleve
land and Putsburg Kail Koad, and Ohio and peniuvlvanii
Rail Koad at Pittsburg. Cars run through between Pittsburgh
and Philadelphia withonUrainhfpmenl of freight, an advan
tage tbat can bs appreciated by all shippers.
In esse of obstruction cf navigation by Ice or low water
freights westward can be forwarded from Pittsburg to Cin
cinnati, or towns in the interior bv Railroad.
kates or ntmiitiT
Between Plttsbureaud Philadelphia or lUltmore.
First CI:li. Jlixter Summer
Dry Coods, Books and Stationary Boobs per 100 lbs.
Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Far and. Pel $1 .73 els.
tries, Feathers, Saddlery.&c. J
Brown Sheeting & Shirting la Bales,'!
Drugs.Glass Ware. Groceries, except Cot-! 83 cts. 60 cts
flue, Hard ware. Hollow Ware, Machinery, f
Oil cloth, Wool, Ate. J
Batterjn Firkins & Kegs, Candles. Cot--)
ton, In winter, Queensware, Tallow, i 75 cts, 50 cts.
Tobacco, In leaf or ilanufictored, East-'
ward, &e. 4'C. J
Bacon, Cotton (in sninmer,) Coffee, Lard
and Lard Oil, (through) Pork In fall car-5- 65 cts. 40ctt.
loads at owners risk. j
Geo. C. FraiiGlscun,
Freight Agent, Pittslnrf.
E. J. Siiecdur,
Freight Jlgcl, Philadelphia.
itlagriiAV A; Kcmn.
Freight Jigents, Ballinsrs
J. t,. Elliott.
Freight JItit,X:1 West st.ylf. T.
11. II. Houston,
Gen-Freight JigtKt, Philadelphia.
march 16, 1853 ly
HARDWAEE AND CUTLERY
FALL. & CUNN1NGIIA3I,
No. 47, CoLLEti Stkeet, Nashville, Texx.
RE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE
nnl fiHTr.ERV for th( Snrir.i'Tnide. and in callinsr
and CUTLERY for the Snrintr Trade, and in callins
the attention of the merchants ot iliaiiie ana asi lennes
see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, !hey feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ot any House in any country, and when the
item of Transportation is considered, it will be found that
self4nterestsi0xii prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home market
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Farming Implements, Ac., a large stock of which they always
keep on haad.
Feathers, Ginseng and Beesicax, hikeu at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
J. II. ISurroid I'ntcnt I'lantatton
noux its is. i..
THIS Mill differs from all. others In thiy construe 1 1nn of
the npper or Running Stone, which Is composed of
French Burr Blocks, enclosed In a ust Iron Cae,"blch
forms the back and hoop of the Stone with a Castlron Eye, or
Bush, than Isofgreater external dlametor at the bottom that
at the top, which is secured to the back by r.nirbrilts,s that
every block is In the form of a dove tall which elves greater
strength to a Stone than any other method which is required
In small mills, where tbe stone Is ran with great speed, and
becomes dangerous if not strongly made. It also gives any
weight to a stone of small diameter that is required wlthoat
having It thick or high, that makes it top heavy.
This mill is asquare frame made of wood or rajllron.ln
the form ofa bnsk,wiih Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, King
Driver, and Regulating Screw, and grinds m on tho same
principle as a lar.e rolll.dllTering onlyln the Rnnner Mono;
this being of great wclghlenablrs it to grind nearertho cen
ter agreater quantitv of grain withle'S power than any other
mill now in use. This mill lsportable,amiiuay bo attached
to steam, water, horse or hand power.
ALSO, all sizes of Ereneh BurrMill Stones, manufactured
on the same principle.
Josoph II. Barrows, of Cincinnati, Is the Inventor, for
which be obtained letters Patent in 1S42. For alllnfringe
ments the purchaser will bo held responsible for tho right
These Mills donot reqnlro aMIllright to set them up; and
allthatls necessary to pat them in operation, Is to attach a
hand tolhepnlley onthe spindle, wllh a drum snfflciemly
large to run a iwenty-fnur inch Mill 210 revolutions per
minute, attached to Gin, Steam, or Water Power. By tbe
steadyappllcatlonoftwohorsepoworthe .Mill will grind s.r
to 8 bushels per hour of good meal: and will grind wheat
as well as corn. The thiny Inch mill, If put to its fullest
speed, wll' grind from ten to nTteeubusbels per hour.
These mills are warranted to be Inevcry respect as recom
mended. Dimcnoxs roa Ugino. Place your mill about 20 feet from
the Driving Pulley In a level portion; make the belt of
Iather sir or eight Inches wlda. Give the StoneMti revolu
tions a nilnnle' with the sun. Keep the ueefc and tep of
the spindlo well oiled. Place thestaron the back of the
Kunning Mone.in tho same way as thu Cross on tho Driver,
that U, the way they are trimmed to run.
Iferer to lnos. ratierson, u.q.,oi uigQiunu cuumj, ouw,
To.ca Tfesl.K.n.-arciintnn eonntv. Ohio: C S. Brsdtiarv.
Esq . of Cincinnati, and a number of others.
All ordersdirectedto JOHN K. BOOMAN,
No. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Mlddleand Kasl
Tennessee, or J. It- BUKKOWS,
Jan CC d- tr-w. & w. ly. West Front st. C!n. O,
IMPORTANT TO IKON MANIIPACTIf
IlEKS. JAMES RENTON, of Newark, New Jersey,
has discovered a process for mauufacturing wrought iron
directly from the ore, with wood or mineral coal, styled" by
him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the manu
facture of iron long sought after, but never successfully at
tained until Mr. iteulon s discovery,; ami v uicu produces at
a single heat tbe best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than
pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent have been
granted him for his discot ery.and weare the appointed agents
For the sale of rights, and its introduction throughout the
West ; and as the presenthigh price of iron is inducingnany
capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without beingaware
of the great advantages this new and valuable" inven
tion has over any other known mode, we think it Lut subser
ving their interest fo thus early impress upon them tht im
portance of an examination of the merit ot this laie inven
tion before embarking in any other made for inakinr. iron,
assuring theru pf its entire success-and practicability, as de
monstrated by the furnaces nowin successful operation afte
It u not our purpose in this ad rertijemcntto speak par
ticularly of the almost incalculable advantages lh.s process
possesses over all other modes for making Iron; (as this is
contained in our circular, which we will be pleased to mail
to the address of any one interested in the matter,) but to
call the attention of those about investing in tho inanufac
ture of Iron, and respectfully invite an examination of the
furnace we are erecting in this city, and whi will bain
operation by the 5th June next, or to the furnaces of the
Americau Iron Company in Newaik. New Jersey, now op
erating with complete success. W. C. DAVIS A CO.
Cincinnati, Junu 1 Sw.
THE STATE MUTUAL TIRE INSURANCE COHPANX
tOJiceon Cedar street, over th Mutual Protection. Offices.")
(abstract or ASSCAL statejieststo mat 1st.
Assets, May 1st, 1&2... t $20,01B 51
Premiumsfortheyearendiii, JIaylst '52 .. 185,250 55
Interest ou Loans, Ac 1,916 00
Guarantee Stock, additional to above 100,000 00
Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, it,
to JIaylst : (57,JB56
Capital May 1st, 1853 $35318 70
The rapidlyaccumulatirjg Capital of this Company is the
.best guarantee of its entire felKbilitv. RUks'takeiton the
most moderate terms, and losses adjusted and met here.
JOHN, G. FERGUSON, Agent,
Nashville, JIya23, 1853 tf
ESTABLISHED TVS. TEN TEARS.
OUR. Goods anr selected and purcliasd by ourtelves,
with great care in tlio best marketi, which enables as
to sell low tor CASH. Our Candies are WARRANTED to
keep dry ; and we sell as cheap as any house in Ihe coun
try. 4 Toys, Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Revolvers and Self.
cocking; Spanish Cigars, &c, &c. july gi tf.
SINGER'S PATENT STRAIGHT NEEDLE PERPEN
Srcured hy two Distinct Patents.
THESE extraordinary Machines have had numerous di
plomas and medals awarded to tbem. as the best Sew
ing Machines ever devised. They now form one of tho most
aitractive features of the Great Exhibition at the Crystal
Palace in New York.
The proprietors having perfected their great manufactory
in New York, are now able to produce tbe Machines at a
cheaper rate, and hare determined to give the benefit to tbe
public, by reducngthe price $2-. Hereafter these unri
valled Machines will be sold at either of our regular offices
$100 Cash, trithont Deduction or Discount.
Of the admirable qualities of these Midlines for all the
work of the Clothier, Tailor, Shoe Manufacturer, Saddler,
Ca'riagcTruiimcr,. Cap Maker, and Corset Maker, it is un
necessary to speak. The character of the machines for these
branches of business is established, and they are known
and admitted to be the most perfect instruments for the pur
pose ever devired. The clear profit on each machine is
from $jO0 to SUWO a year, depending on tbe fineness and
difficulty cf tbe work done. We deire to call the particu
lar attention of Shirt and Collar Manufacturers to our ma
chine for stitching fine linen and cotton goods. We can
satisfy any person interested that no other machine has ever
done or can do this kind of stitchingperfecflr. Tbe price of
the machine includes the necessary articles for using'.
When ordered they are packed, complete for immediate use,
and full printed instruct i jns for using are furnished.
Lather of the Expies Companies, or Merchants visiting
the places where our olives aie located, afford a convenient
medium fur purchasing mechines.
mncipal umce, .o. szs uroauway, N. 1 .
I -No. 251 H astungton bt, Boston.
1 No.57 South 4th St, Philadelphia,
j No. 159 B-iltimore St, Baltimore.
1 No.lS7EhnSt, Cincinnati.
L M. SIXGUR & CO.
UNIVERSITY OF NASHVILLE. MEDICAL DEPART
MENT. THE Third annual.Course of Lectures in this Department
will commence on Tuesday the first of November next,
and continue till the first of the ensuing March.
Pact. F. Eve, M. DV Principles and Practice of Sunrery.
Jons M. Watsos, JL D, Obstetrics and the Diseases of
Women and Children.
A. II. Bcchaxax, M. D., Surgical and Pathological Anat
omy and Physiology.
W. K. Bowllvg, M. D. Institutes and Practice of Medi
cine. C. K. Wisstos, M. D., Material Media and Medical Ju
risprudence JioBEcr T. Pobteh, M. D-, General and Specal Anatomy.
J. Bebsiex LixcsLEr, M. D Chemistry a id Pharmacy.
William T. Unices, M. D. Demonstrator ot Amtomy."
The Anatomical rooms will be open for students, tn the
first Monday of October.
A full Preliminary course of Lettures will be given by
tlfeProfesssors, commencing also on the first Monday of Oc
tober. Tbe Students-will have free access to the Stale H.pital.
Fee of each Professor $15. Matriculation ticket "; Dis
secting ticket 810. Graduation fee $25.
Good board can be obtained in the city at from $2 50 to
?3 per week. Further information may be obtained by ad
dressing the Dean J. B. LINDSLEY, JL D.,
Nashville, July SO Titw. Dean.
CAUTION TO GINNEIIS OF COTTON.
rpHE undersigned dealers in and manufactures of Cot-
t ton, nereuy give noticeioaiiperson3onering-t.oiionio
them for sale, that it must be packed in such a manner that
the samples drawn from the edges of the bale will fairly rep
resent tne quality and condition of the whole bale; other
wise they will claim, from the seller or owner; as damages,
the difference between tho actual worth at the time tbe fact
js ascertained, cud the original cost, with all expenses in
curred previous to detection, and the cost- of returning tbe
cotton should it be returned. Aud furthermore, that we
will whenever a palpable case cf fraud In packing cotton is
detected, cause the same to be published in the papers of
this citr, with the names of Ihe seller, owner and ginner.
The undersigned are compelled lo this course by the fre
quent cases oi fraud detected iu water and falsely packing
cotton resulting frequently in heavy losses to the owner,
and will if continued, lower the character of Nashville Cot
ton, and thereby injure those who pack cotton honestly.
ANDREW ALLISON, Agent,
Tenn. Jfanuficturinjr Co., Lebanon.
CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO..
Of Srcamore Mills.
JOHNSON .t WEAVER.
J. fc R. YEATJIAN.
Alisoniu Manufacturing Co.
WJL B. ARMISTEAD 4 CO.
: A. HAJI1LTON.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON, I10KNE & CO.
J. A. McALISTER CO.
P. E. BOONE.
HENRY T. YEATMAN.
augt twAw 2m.
THE next session of this popular Institution wiU com
mence the first Monday in September, and continue ten
months with the exception of the Christmas holidays.
The male Department will be as heretofore, under the
charge of C. W. Callcnder, A. M., Principal, and Professor
of Ancient and Modem Languages, and Pure and Mixed
Mathematics. lroC Thomas P. Hatch, A. B, will have
charge ot the Scientific and English Departments.
The Institute is pleasantly situated on the Murfreesboro"
Turnpike, five miles from Nashville The Geological and
Miceralogical cabinet is very large; which, with an exten
sive and beautiful collection of Botanical specimens, and an
excellent Philosophical and Chemical apparatus, affords pe
culiar advantages to Students in tho Scientific Department
Expenses per term cf ten Konthff.
One half due in adrance.
Tuition in Classical, Mathematical and Scientific
Department, - -
English Department, -French
or Gei man, (extra) -
TtlrwlAnt 1 lf ------
Board perweek(tojrriMimi; including vtasurog.
Fuel and Lights $1 7: to 2 50.
FnrfurtherparticuIars,addr8sC. W. Callendcr, A. JL,
Nashville Tenn, N. BROWN.
July 17, '53 2m. Chhirman of Trustees.
TENNESSEE E.VPIIST FEIiALE KfSTITCTE.
THE next term of Ihe Tennese- Baptist Female Institute
will commence oa Jbindav, Scpr. 12. 1 9fS.
The teachers, recently of the Natfiville Female Institute,
will make every efl'ort to secure to those entrusted to Iheir
charge, a thoroogh and judicious education and would be
plea-'ed to receive the patrnnage of their former friends,
lnfiirmationmay beoWanied of
Rev. JOS. H. BATON. D. D., Pres't Board Trusts,
JAS. F. FLETCHKR, Ijq.Secrctiry,
july2fl "meod or of the Tea.-hers.
rrnY. S.llrKvimr list of articles ill our warehouse, which
JL" have b?en in Store from 1 to 10 years, if not called for.
in 60dav3 will be sold aiAuctmn lorcnarges, to,
H boxes Jackson & Vt alter;
M W Sloan;
Del worth, Taylor 3- Co;
Jlontagues Balm, for teetb;-.
2 " T il Owen;
2 " Graves & Venablc;
3 A Wi!son;
1 package, R Morrisson; s
- 1 small box, D 31 Taylor; . -'
1 do do Jno Nathan's;
4 trunks, no mark:
1 Plough dor -
1 Basket Waggou do;
1 Cupboard do; .
1 Boz do;
1 Hat Sfand do;
1 Lot Cast Steel do;
1 " Gas Pipes doj
npEXAS LANDS. We have 18,000 .Acres
& WcSdhnt quality, consist.ng of timberand
IraiTi'n4?00 Acres of first rate Cotton Land, lying on
r. iSrive-inthe neighborhood of the Hermitage.
U U SuS Sir" IknSia ahigh state of cult' ration
tracta, with pleasant buildmg site on each, and well watered
julr so No 00, Cherry T reet
L" AND W AKHAJiTS. We are buying an. I paying
the very highest prices for LAN 0 WARRANTS. Per
sons at a distance having warrants to sell by sending to ns
by mail or otherwise may depend on getting the "highest
orices at which they are selling at tbe time in Nashvilie. and
the cash remitted or paid to order. . .
j0ly2l DYERPEABL CO,
HUi'Kir, WHf 'JsiHliiilllHl
The Truly Fortunate and tar-famed "
tottery Agent nnd Brokers?
, T PYFEIt & CO.
,Ro 1 Licit frTOErr. BALTaoaty JLtmijurp.
ithf.'"tlol9Ie beDfl bestowed hist month,
sold to a Club in Ueorgut.
112,000 sold to a Farmer in Onia
9U,000sold to a planter in Mississippi,
$7,000 sent to a Lady in Virginia. -815,000
sent to an old Corre.Dondent in Sooth. Cirolisa
$20,OW sold to a Merchant io BalUmcre,
6,000 sent in package Wholes to a Club Jn Fenn
;!2'BOTl,nI,wktoCorre3?cdcnt2n N. CaroEca.
?12,000 stnt to Savannah, Georgia.
For bnlliant . Pnres always mail your orfer
ThuVm firs to
sttrh xcord as FaiT at Pyfer 4- CVl.
tS7 Forwanl your orders without deny I
SpIenUid Schemes for Aug., 1833.
f-ff iiie Certificate Prices of packagt of quarter tickets
uniy, ore given Deiow.
Price cf Priced C
"Drawincs forwarded to CorrasDocdenLi brtha tint
mails afler the lotteries are drawn. ,
JSETCorrespondents will pleaaa order a few dabSigr
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per oentage in favor of thw purcoasern
who order by tlw Package, aud the chances of dmwingSjur
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
We advise the purchase f Packages of Tickets In a err in.
57Bank Drafts or Certificates of Deposit payable in Cold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at PYFER 4 CCS.
57Kemeinber A Package of Tickts, can drawrous
of the mnst splendid prizes in a scheme.
JSfla order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly aller the result is known, tbe readers of this inner bav
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, totheOfd Kstab
lUiied, Cirfamed and truly fortunate Exchange and lottery
Brokers, PVFKR A COL,
juIvSO Ira No 1 Light street, Baltjiruu-e, Md.
ALAEHIN0 ETJUOKf '. t
S1NOTJLAR EXPOSE ANDU1GHLY INF1 AMED" STATE
Caused by the astonishing report, which spreading likm
wild-fire already extend'from one end of tlio AruericaD" Con
tinent to tne other, rousing the sensibilities and stsrtlics
like THE TRUMP OF THE ARCU-ANUKL,
Mankind from their inexcusable and lamentable, certi
tude, to tbe most nervous and intense excitcmect opening
tbe eyes of the human family to
A MOMENTOUS SUBJECT, .
which vitally concerns their dearest interest., rwd raising
the drapery curtain that concealed from mortaL vision for
THE GLIMPSES OF THE FUTURE '.
Rumors disclosing clearly to the astonished senses of un
fold multitudes, the Modus Operandi by which individuals,
l. oai every grade of society suddenly become the proud pos
through the workings of that must beautiful system, gene
rously given to tbe world by the untiring energies atui rest
less philanthropy of those nell known benefactors of the hu
MYERS & KcGlXL
DIALERS IX EVECr DESCSIFTIOX OT
Ladies' and Gentlemen's FriTnishixg and Fancy Goodi,
On College street, cms door Setrth of tkf -rr.
W II K 11 11 may be found at all times large assort
ment of Winchester's, Davis A June's, k Jlyers
Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, of Linen, Muslin with Lin
en Bosoms, Giugham, and French Chinta, Standing and
Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked Silk, Cash
mere, Vigonia Cotton and Canton Flannel, for ladies
and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Garters, Gloves, Kid and
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Goth, Chamois, Wash Norma,
Cuif Glove, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Caunttets, Ltoea
and Silk Handkerchief, Stocks, Ties, Wcterfords, Albert,
De JoinvihVs, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting'. Cravats
Scarfs, Black, and Whte Satin Ties, Shudder EracA Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Ntght Caps, Oil Silk Ealh
lng Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Jlcasr, Rid.ng and
Strengthening Belts, Robu de Cbambre, Umbrellus, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, rtlis.
Carpet Bags, Satchels. Dressing Case Work Boxj, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses; I'orte Monies, Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Bazoiv and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Coud year's Pmn Got da.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, Ac, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
JCgr We have made arrangements with our friends at tLt
North to forward us Goods as soon ss received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in Icsathan ten dan,
from th New York Custom House.
MYERS 4 McOILLU
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of tbm
Square, Nashville. octl!.
FARM FOE SALE. ,
I WISH to sell tbe Farm on which 1 now reside, 8 mile
from Nashville, on the middle Franklin Turnpike, and
containing 100 acres, about equally divided into timber and
cleared land. There is every ibing on it to render it desira
ble as Rcountry residence, such as a great variety of ftuir,
an abundance of spring and wel- water, gtass, ic. IC d
sired it will bo divided into small portions.
For terms, Ac., apply to Jons Krauias or toB,. W.
Baows, Genl Agent, iSo.63& Cherrr street, or to
june30-d&wl W. D. GALE. .
UNDRIES. 100 bbls best Flour; 1 0 kegs of SaBj;
1000 bbls No 1 Salt; 20 tons assored Iron;
SO doz Painted Buckets; 5 bbla Brimstone;
20 nests ofTnb-t; 5 " Alum;
20 " half buhel mcasure3;100 Plows; .
5000 lbs bar Lead,- 20 bbU No 3 Mackerel;
20u bags Shot, assorted; 50 kits No 1 and 2 do;
100 assarted Demijohns; 20 bbls S S Almocdj;
50 boxes Cuba Sixes Cigars; 01 Large Pecans;
5o doz Dedcords and Lines; 50 boxea Fis; . ,
50 bags Race Ginger; 300 Tobacco, assortdS v
25 bags Pepper; 3 tierces Fresh Kicef
50 boxes Dned Herring; 25 bbl English Soda;
1 cask Madder, ' 60 boxes Freih Teas
I'.' boxes Stoughton's Bitters;IO " Cronje" best lay igo.
20 " B Wheat Flonr, ext; ,
Toeether wilh many other articles, which will be acid
low, by dec!4 L.ILLANISB, Markat at
CAKU. I beg leave to inform my friends and pat
rons that I have removed to the store on the comer t
Ceder and Cherry streets, from my old aland next door.
Also toindrm them that I have onhand a choice lot of Ci
gars, Snuffs, Tobaccos, and Pipes ; tbcoe in want cf good ar
ticles, would do well to call, as 1 keep o Tobiccontst Sio2s
J. MOORS. . "
Little Indian, comer Cherry and Cedar sta. . '
L" AUIKS'flNK GAITERS, SMI'lJ-;it, Src,
Sap. Satin Francaise Gaiters, tiji'd foxed, plain U.9S. -"
Embroidered Bronzei Kid SlippetJ;
ltlsclr " &;
Cents' Elegant Tatent tenther Boots;
" Superior French Calf Dicas do;
" pfg1 doj
" Fnisr Cloto Cosonrei Oimras; -
Just received by BA1UOE & CHURCH,
iune29 Na 42 tWlei e $3r
TOTTED STATES MATT, I,I:E.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlFTY-FlVtl HOURS.
New York and Charleston Steam Pcclsti.
LEvVVES Adger's Wharves every .Satnrday sfeafc
aPemoon and each alternate Wedceky.g?gg6
On Saturday, Jas. Adgcr, l.Oiv tons, :S3E(lr
J. Dickinson, Commander Marlon, 1,2W toes, M. Beirr
Commander. , . ,
The Sontherner, W. Foster, Commander, will learar
each alfernate Wednesday. Having been newly ceppera
and guards raised, is now in complete orucr.
For freight or passate, having elegant eUi Room Acoom
modation, apply at the office of gVsROON,
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Son. Wharre.
fnhbin na-wa-e 25. Steerage 9. :
X Tt A new ship will be placed on the Linato connect
wiui'tbTsoue'rnVon Wednesdays. febl7-trw
-TTTE Uke pleasure in announci og to onr numerous friend
VV and patrons, that we are now ready to acenmisodat
.11 Iho mar wis to avail themselves of thi benefits of cur
place. Extensive preparations hate been made for Ire com
fort both of the invalid and the n&n of pleasure. It wer
n-dless for us to attempt to set forth the Talco of out placa.
in a medicinal point of view. Many, afflicted with vanooa
diseases, haTe visited us, and after a few treeks sojourn,
havoKcne away either entirely cured or greiHr relieved-
particularly guciiasuvc wiwvi . ...uv
seases of the Skin, Stone in the Bladder, and. also of the D
cestiTe System ingeneraL Of these Cicw, there is an aba
tlance of proof, and many who have certified to them, and lb
Kaine have gone forth to the afflicted ropk. Aod we aT
at this time two living specimens oTWula
sound and well, with us, tobeseen astertimflay K.ourd
laration; one of which was almostahcpelass ejsa.
We are in Macon county, Middle Tennessee;, 1-1?J
of Ufaytti ouVcOTntyiat, 65 or 70 m from.NasSrlfe
J. A. TAYLOR, V Proprietor.
,otrw3m s-B.PErroN, 1 f r
rr; IInlIK.lU WTTJTI - If
A. in -almatioo and price we will maka the paymenta
!7fiu4rr. Enauins at our office. -il
JuM25-3i W. B- SHiPARD 4 C.