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NASHVILLE, TENN : TUESDAY, AUGUST 9. 1853.
YOL. XXIV. NO. 68. - v ' 1 I ) 1 . -m i i -J V $ i It ft' ! f t 'i . w UNION AND AMERICAN. office-No. 11, deadeiucic stueet. THE WEEKLY TJNIOJT ANU AMERICAN Is furnished ' to subscribers at the following rates: Single copied, one year in advance. f2 50; Within the yearfS 00; at theend of the year H 00. Ci.mil Of five aud upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will bo re ceived for six months at Hie foregoing rates. The TRI-JVEEKLY is publiihed every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at (5 per annum iu advancepif not paid in advance, 56. ' TAlLY4g published at Eight Dollars. ETTHE MOSEY IX ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY SUBSCRIPTIONS. JJ Remittances of subscriptioni may be ' made' by mail at our risk. paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac-. eompanied with the cash. itffmsiey's Reaper and Mower. I REFER tlie Farmer to the stalements below, made by Dr. John Shelby and L. V. Bradley. I have seen it in operation severnl times, I am satisfied of ils great utility. As the season irsdvaocing, I now offer those Fliave on hand for 200. L. P. CHEATHAM. junc29, 1S58. Nashville, Tenn. Nasimu-E, June 28, 1833. Cot- L. P. CniAimx: Dear Sir; I have been. using the " Reaping and Mowing Machine" paten-enled by Manuey ot Illinois, which you are nowoffering to the ciliiens of Ten nessee. It is a nESTEATtLABon saving Mactiixe. It works xeatlt and HAPiDiT. The amount cat per day will depend ,-,n- nnm tl.o meed of the team. If the team can travel four miles per hour, it will Reap or Mow, fifteen acres in teu Iiours 1 is entitled to the confidence of the public " . Iteuccifu!lr J. SHELBY. I, L.F. Bradley, pow mmaging the farm of Dr. Shelby, make the following statement : We have had for more than one week, oni- of CoL CheathWs mowing and reaping machine'". we baretried it in clover and grain blown and tan gled, raid Inr itate'that it mows and ccts cleaner than the sytbe blade, and that it will mow per day as much as H hands, and it cau reap at least twenty-four acres per day. junegtf-fcw. L. F.BRADLEY. WESTERN HILITAEY INSTITUTE. JJramon Spring, IJsnry county, Ky. THE firstlerm of the wventli annual session of this W College commences the second Xondjy in Septetn- H l-er. 1953, and tlie second term on therrf Monday in the W fiMMctng Fehruarif. The Fnoulty consists of nine experienced professors. W he number or cadets in attendance last session was 227, of whom 15 were from Tennessee. The course of studies em braces the Scientific course of the U. S. Military Academy end thorough instructions in Ilislory, English Literature, and the Greek and Latin Lingaaeea. Students are admit ted to a fcelect course, including Civil Eugineering. Modern languages, Book Keeping, with Commercial practice and other branches at theiroptin. The Military feature is not introduced merely to diffuse Military knowledse, but to promote discipline, health and physical development. Chargosfortiiition, boarding, rooms, fuel, lights, washing, servants' attendance, and ue of furniture and arms $Sf per term. Surgeon's fee $3 per term. For further infor mation uddrev A. 0. Smith, Esq.. Louisville, Ky., Smith & Johnson, i7 Magazine street, New Orleans, or tt. R. Johu sun. Superintendent. july23 ldmAwl JEW DAVID'S .HEBREW PLASTER, THE great Remedy for Rbeunmttsm.Gout, pain in the Side Hip, Hack, Limbs and joints. Scrofula, King's Evil, White Swellings, Hard Tumors, Stiff Joints, and all fixed pains whatever. Where this Plaster is applied Pain cannot exist. . These Plas'cre possess the advantage or being put up in air-tight boxes; hence they retain their full virtues in all cli mate. . . , . . ThU celebrated Pain Extractor has been so extensively use 1 --v Phvsiciaus and the people in general, both m tins countrV and Europe, that it is almost needless to say any thing ibout it. Yet there may be some, who stand in need ofits healing po .vers who have not yet tried it For their gakes we will siinplr state what it has done in thousand or cases, and what it will do for them when tried. A VOICE FROM GEORGIA. Read the following testimony from a Physician. Ge.nti.emes. Your Hebrew Plaster has cured me of pains of which I liave suffered for twelve years past. Uur.ngthis period 1 labored under an affliction of my loins and side, and tried nunv remedies that my own medical experience sug gested, tut without obtaining relief. At length I used your Plaster, and am now by its good effects entirely cured. I will recommend the Jew Darid or Hebrew Plaster to nil, who are raff-ring from contraction of the muscles, or perma nent pains in the side or back, The people ofGoorgiabave but to become acquainted with ts virtues when they will resort to its use. Yours, truly, M.W. WALKER, M. I), Forsythe, Monroe county, Ga. To Me'ssrs-Scovil Mead, New' Orleans, La. JEW DAVID'S OR HEBREW PLASTER IN NORTH CAROLINA. Mlssrs. Scovil A Meaii: I liave been troubled witli the chronic rheumatism for the hut twelve years. On the 1st of Julv 1818. 1 was h bad that I could not turn myseuin bed, ft na lue pain mi severe ium i uau i'uiwciiii. w c...v. . PUtcr. 1 ..... l..n l,..ir r Iho ntir able to ride out. I coosider the "Hebrew Plaster the best remeilv for all sorts of paius now in use ,,Tw- G. W. Jlcill. Hendorsonville, N. C, Aug. 16, 18D0. itt W TjS a M SS H 5S 51 SsSlllll 1 , ' . , Beware of counterfeits and bae ImltationsJ r ryThe genuine will in future have the signature fc. Taylor onthe steel plate engraved label on the topofoach box. . I'm chasers are advised that a mean counterfeit or tins ar- icles is in existence. . , . , , The cenuine is sold onlv by us. and our agents appointed i i rouehout the South and no pedlar is allowed to sell it- .A j I. ll..nM Atillnnl iMT&tn&t DUV- timi,'... ...,ilwun rronprnlk-lire cautioaod aeamst out igif butour reguUr agents, othenvise they will be impos ed upon with a worthless article. ..,, For sale by SCOVIL & MEAD, 111 Chartres street. New Orleans. General Wholesale AganUfor the Southern States, to whom all orders must be addressed. Sold by EWIN. BROWN k Co., Nashville, Tenn. W. W. & J. B. BERRY, do; l r 'TMPTIMAV k Co.. do: CARTWR1GHT & ARMSTRONG, do; THOMAS WELLS, H. G. SCOVEL, do: do. julyl-dtww FHIL0T0KXN OR FEMALE'S FRIEND. For thecure of Painful and f.31 Miscarriage or Abortion, and the relief of all those SympaUietic Nervous Affections attendant on Pregoancy. Much of tlie sulTering attendant upon the lives of females at the present day may be traced to some shght impriideace or neglect during some ci iticalpenod of t ic.r pwlw eons, causing obstructions, irregularity, Ac, which, f not relieved, ndiullr eakens and deranges the svsteni, and by svinpathy inducc's those chronic forms of disLon sTmptioi Dropsy, Dyspe;ia, Ac.-whunh either hurry them toa.Tcarlygraveorrei.dertheminvalids forlife. Many of iu nil cai.jr j., t tint aire when the bud Hie iairesianu uvin.-sfc w ,. ,r wu just bursting into bloom, have withered and died from the effects of obstruction, and the want of a remedy to assist nature at that eveutful period. .. TRVT11EPU1L0T0KEX. H is not offered as a cure of all ills that flesh is heir to, but as remedy and preventive for a certain class of coro pUin"s, in which it is warranted to do all that is here set forth, orll.it wcdidnedirwtcdwjth can ntrtorm. Soldbr SCOML & JlbAU, pcrtorm. oomuy lu cliar(rcs sheet, New Orleans. General Wholesale Agents tor the Southern States to whom allonlers mu.t bcaddiessed. jnlyl lydtwAw. aAFENBERO CHLLDREirS PANACEA. A MOrtV Itra.and irreconcilable fact inccta us at the A verv threshold of our remarks on this valuable meJi dnt It'is this-that no medical preparation adapted to the.variou, diseases children and youth, has J otTei ed to the public, while at the same time .it is e itaMw 1J bv the most accurate tables of mortality that one-half tU We should supiwsethatto this gi'e.it class of human sur-ferers-this one-iair of the race-thc most anxious and ear nest stteution would have been given: that medical sKili would have been taxed to its utmost capacity to find out a medicine to which mothers and nnrses might report under the constantly recurring necessities winch present them selves in this'conneciioti. The world is htcrallv crowded with meJicines for a,1tU, but towards tlie suhenngs of clnl drennoonclns ,-ciineil to turn proper attention. Jo one has rc-mrde-l their condition. No one has gremcd to think it :.pss?ble that the ravages of disease and de.tth amongMew uiiehtbe staved. It is true that there uie numerous er tidiuces and 'Cordials of some value, but none of tueis nntiilcd cxchlMVelv to one or two forms of disease. The OwelMbcrgaiildieoV Panacea is the onlrmed.cme extant in Cither Uemispliere Hi-1 is at all worthy of being Cnlled a Childicn's Mc-Jicine: or that itupplics the groat want al.u- dedM. dice, IUC m-. N . . ." I . ' ricketx, ringwoioi, soam ncaa, lueasies croup, worm-, i i iriiaritufn, wasting of the boiy, aad all disoa.es incident to tho rears t unluoooii. Pilno JW cen's lr ltottle. For sale at ell the Drutr Stores, m town and country, and ALEX MACKENZIE, Naslitiile, Tenn. by julyis p Ml, A a f 1 -- . . -TTTH0 docs not know that Lyoxs A Co, keep always on VV laud tho nt Ctgnrs and Tobacco to be had m to'-n. All we can y to those who are ignorant of this, is ouel them to call and examine our stock and l.ev wilSoon be convince 1 that such Ts the case. Dmi t f.nget tlie Z,(Ions Don, No.lf, Ceil.tr street. Tolmcc.is.-Ve are just in receipt of r .i- i i.m,T.JUrM. coiisistnur ofsinieorthe vi-...s . -, - i :.l., ,1 finest braud Kn. .i.t .1 HI 1) 117. rtlTWIC ' saleorretiil by LYONS A CO.. No. 19, Cedar St july 18 -TjfFET Y FUSK. .vxyiiHi teet gbiiumo eaiciy x-ur, S"bytr.e original nunutiicturers, forsale by 7 CHEATHAM, WATSON A CO. jj 15 Rt W. U. Gordos & Co.., PubUc Square. pi .valuable and nnstirpasseu incx-csoi inamucjir i Brining arid flatulency, ilurrlioM, cuianeous rniuin-u.-, t tL,X Vilitno- fillino- nf tlie fundament, convulsions ' INSURANCE. THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 02 100,000 J) OLLARStt Chartered by the State. THIS Company laving fully organiied, is now ready to take risks on all descrip tions of property, against loss or damages by fire, alsoaeaiust penis of the sea or inland nav igation. Propositions for insurance will be received at tlie office ot the.Nashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St. A. W. JOHNSON, President J. S. Dasbtell, Secy. Nashville, Oct 8, 1852. COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY. CaAKLESTOir, SOUTH CAROLINA. Capital $250,000: All Taid In. I HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at Nashville, and ain fully prepared to tike Marine, Fire, Biver Risks, on the most favorable terms, A full statement of the solvency bf the Company can bo. seen at theoillce of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Coin panr, on College street- sepl3 JOHN & DASHIELL, Agent THE MUTUAL PB0TECTI0N INSURANCE COMPANY OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the 1'ost yuice, ana ODPositethe Verandah, will insure on th mutual prin . . J. i . i - :,T 7.. i CiDle. Houses, aierciianaize, clc, nirauist m iraiungc uy ' n. i r . i. . vv, . . : ... ,1 Fire; Steamboats on any of the estern waters against the Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers. Also, tlie Lives of persons in good health, for a single j-car, for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans mitfed per mail. All persons naving ineir lives or proi)eriy insureu m iui Institntion, aio entitled to a full participation in all the prof its, without an v liability to loss beyond the amount of Pre miums which they may pay. V. a PILCHER, President, J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President C. J. F. WnAJtTOX, Secretary. f janl TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY. CAPITAL 8150,000. "FFICE on the North side of tlie Public Square, midway ) between the Nashville Inn and the Planter' Bank. They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of .very cie scriplion 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 soa vessels and oilier cargoes, on the usual terms. JOHN M. MLL, President Joswn Vault, Secretary. Directoes. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, O. M. Fogg, James Correy, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam ucl Seay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock. janl LIFE INSURAWE. Hew York Life Insurance Company, iVj. 10C Broadway, iVeic York. OX TUG DlVTlIAb PhAN, Accumulated Capital $50Ot510.G0. t: rStlMAH, ACTCAJIT M. FBANKLIN, rill't. TTP Total number of Policies lsaed by this Company up to July 1st, 1SJ2 eight thousand IX Hundred ana siaiyone. rrpDivlden J tnaJe annually on all Ufo Po- llcletin Lpe of eloct, bearing Interest atthe rata ofC per cent. ' nU The dlvldendsheretofore have always averaged from 40 to 50 per cent. JCf Perrons taking oat Policies for the whole term of lire can give their note at 1? months for 4Uper "cent of the premioin, au J psy 60 per cent In cask. Applications for risks, prospectus of tho company, or In formation relating to the sabjeetof Life Insaranca may be mado atthe office or the undersigned Cenerat Ageni for the State ofTenuessec. JOSEPH NASH. Oflce W. corner. Public Square, opposite Plaatara1 Bank. Nashville, Aug. 10, 1832. Life insurance, hartford life insurance company, hart ford, connecticut. James Dtxox, Pres. Hexrt L. Miixik, Sec'y. Capital and Surplus S300.000. . . Insceasck on lives of white persons on the joint stock and mutual plan. Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable terms. S. 1L LOOMIS, jan 1." Cm Agent 1,1 Ir' K lSUItAWCU. itua Insurance Co. or Ilnrtford. LIFE DEPARTMEN1'. Annuitv Fund 15O,O00. I EXCLUSIVELY held pledged,and appropriated, Li wlthit rflnerved aeeumulations. bv the ehartftrn n.l r.riit9tlnnnrtli Comtunv. to the Davment of Anun- lies and losses upon insurance on Life, and In no oventlia blerorotherdebu,contracU,liabUilloi, or engagement of he company. OFFICEKS. Tnos. K. Bkaci, Pres't, S. L. looms. Secretary: K A. Bclxlet, Vice J. w. Sivmocr, Act'y, Preadent. Managing Directors for the Life Department. K. A. Bri.XLT, Johk L.BOSWKLL, PosirtBoxll, Rolahd Matur, MitrsA.TcTTi.i, Edwik O. Kirnr HtKRA CI. PfcATV. Tblsbelng ajolnt Stock propriety company, and. conduc ted on the cash system, the Managers hare adopted a table of ratesof premium as low as Is consistent -with safety and mica foirrrlhantbose ot the Mutual Companies. Application for risks on white pv-rsons, received by tho undersigned, who will furnish Prospectusesof the Compa- J any, and any Information relative inerow. death, taken; Polices Issued and losses adjusted at this Agency. JOS SASH, Agent, Office X. W. corner Public Suare, opposite Planters Bank. S tshTltto, eng. 10, J832. Medical Examiner. .K. Wisstok, M D. Offlcehours.StoS.r.M. KoBinT CFostis, M. U. THE NASHVILLE MANUFACXURINQ COMPANY. HAVING, at great expense, procured the most recently impnired machinery and tools for the construction ol tlie heaviest work in metals, we solicit from the Western ,i Sraid.m imMifR imrtion of tlieir natronasre. We are nrenarud to make to order Railroad Jincliiuery, such ; aH Locomotives, Passenger, Freight Cars, Frogj, Switch Stands, Repair Cars, and all wort eppenaimiig iu iuuhtsius. Steam Engines. Boat and Stationary Engines, from 5 ' to 500 horse power, with boilers of the best Teunessee Iron. j jjaw Mills Fitted up complete, with Circular or Sash j embracing thelatestimirovemcnts. Grist JUiJls. Engines and Machinery, complete, for Grist Mills of all saw. Suar jmis 0f tlie most recent construction, with Engines t0 correstwnd, put up in any part of the Southern country. on Kins. Eueines to drive Cotton Gins, with all , neccasarT ani,urtenance made to order at short notice i . 11 J 1 1 : . -a rinittli n onrrinApr In in an cases ue " """"i."" a ---- mt up the engine and instruct an intelligent negro, bo that i. . Mnt:Via in nT.-r-itp ilia pnrHno. &c Brass and Iron Castings of any size or description, with Shaftinc, Mill Geericg, Water Wheels, Cast Iron Bank I Vaults, made to order. . Information cheerfully given and orders received by J. THOMPSON, President j N. B. The highest prices paid for old Brass and Copper. ! sept ! Si fAA REWARD. 1 will pay theabove reward 1 t) LUUU to anv person or persons, us a premium ! above the market price, for one thousand Land Warrants, I or the denominatioLS or 110, SO and 40 acres. I will pur chase single warrants ol eittier acn0lni yuoCKWAY Room over Oak Hall, east side Public Square, 2d door south i.i t ! i .hi Nashville. octU m27. STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY 1! bia "Ylirni.rrrrinv DEFIED ! ! I THE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi zens ot Nashville and surrounding country thai he is still receiving large additions to his already im mense stock of Rents Fashionable Spring and Snmmer Rcadr 3Inde Clothing, which he is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY OTHER HOUSE IX THE TRADE. Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed. Cash mcrette,Plusb,Drapl'Ete, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen Frock,Snck,Box,andPolkaCoaU,Ac-Ac-.Ac Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality to suit the mot Fastidious. LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gents furnishing arti cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Truuks, a- ".XrietfofYouths- and Children' Clothing ; from three years of age upwards. , u Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 31 Market St, directly op posite Union street. JtSTNo connexion with any other house in the city. N?U. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi nation of men. . ..K'. Countn- MercMnts in particular arc earnestly inviieu i call and iiisiicct my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere marchst UNITED STATES HOTEL, Jf.7tlf.STA. OA. mltF ihove HOTEL is nowopen for the reception of i 'i.i',ii.u.i -,.ll-lrnnwn House has under- 1 HIS 1UI1II csuiuiit.tu --- . . . ... gono a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEol the market affinds; and the-Pn.prieU.r tnirtby ptmMic erallv,hewill'be euabled"to give entire satisfaction to .. - : . r 1.:... ll.Ai- ti.li-nndm Iwth with servanis ium me rexuiwu ... those tliat may lavor ium i- "r . r imiii-lvtrw JNO. W. SI EAR, r : i i, rrni r . i! viwiu'li: it. JIAiNlir Anuaou 1 l luu IT HAZARD Powder Company of Connecticut lOOl) kcs Kentucky Rifle Powoer, 25 lbs each. r0t half kegs do do do USD (jr. kegs do do do 503 kegs Deer do do 1000 kegs Blasting do 501) lbs do (5 kegs each) do .Mnn :..i-..fi....l,fl.. An 12J do do; f do 25 do do; do; do; 25 do 125 do do; 1 pound. Mrll l-lUlSlVlf Ull inn. - r . , i.. i..... ..... iu.n r.r.-.ivi'il direct from the maiiuf.tctr.ry of the Hazard Powder Comiwny-the quality nfwhica is well known throusli.mt the United States. All onlersprtaiiitly filled bv appiic.iti.rn at my Powdor mpoi North l-ist rncr rui.iicrjiiu.iic, nas.i. ...... Aia0-ao0,00 feet Safety 8? marcli25 for the llazjrd Powder Company. PATENT CHOPPING MILL, . For Choiipins Com or other Gram, i.. ,ivn Farmer thoiud hate. IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to five bushels an hour-cither fine for bread or coarse for stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy twelve years old can keep it in order and run it it is auap I.J 4 ll.l.. Vtun.v. Wnln tV ITnrSf POWCr, Having sold the entire right of lnanufacturiug aud selling the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A. n Ilxn.orl nf Yirilln iwKnni riiVlinrf to nUTChase Can 6nd tliem at J. M. Seabury's, on College street, where they lll be happy tctake orders. uvss & axta 6Ug2B. MISCELLANEOUS.- FUENITURE! FURNITURE! ! I AH just receiTingu line assortment ot rur- nilureof the latest and most approved! stvlos. -which will bo warranted as recommend' ed, and-will be sold as cheap as.lbo cheapest Having en larged my Ware, rooms, I shall keep an assortment ol Gil bert's superior Pianos, also Window Shades, Clocks, Mir? rors, Ac, Furniture of all kinds made to order. Articles, sent free to the Railroad or anvwbere in the city. Renitm ber45. Union street Cheap Furniture Depot aP27 1.H.M0RT0N. MORE NEW PIAN0ES. ! - "1 A Ehave reccired by recent arrivals' nine T m more ofthose unrivalled Piaxos. madrl bv J.B. Dunham and Adam Stodart & CO- otfT A various styles and sizes, which will be sold very low tor cash or good notes drawing interest, anu warranted to gtye satisfaction in every respect apr2t) W. Jk T.H. GREENFIELD A CQ. J. II. CURREYi Furniture Manufacturer and Dealer. TTTOULD resoectfullv inform his friends VV and the public generally that he'Sl keens a full assortment of Furniture onEr" hand, consisting of B'ireaus, Ward-robes, Beilsteuds,. Side boards, Chairs, Sofas, Divans, Book Cases, Showcr-Batlis, A:t Art. Ordered work and repairing done at the shortest notice; and on very reasonable terms, wim ccspatcn. Mattrasses of all kinds made to ordercommon shuck kept constant! y on hand. Undertaking Having just received from New York a lot of the air-tight and air cxausted 3Ietalic Coain nl orders for Coftlns can be filled in very .short notice, front the Plain Servants to the fine Mctalic or Covered, and cn very reasonable terms; together with everything necessary for funerals.- AH orders left at my store on College street, Nrv 25,-oprM)-pite the Sewanco House, will be punctually attended to both night and day. J. 1L CURRE Y. N. B. Shaving, Dressing and Laying out Corps, attend ed to when desired. B G EX J. IL C. TtTSSOLff ION, rpUE Copartnership heretofore existing under the. style' i ana nrm oi maura stuxriiioniuy uissuneu ut mutual consent All persons indebted to the firm are re quested to make immediate settlement, and all having claims against the same will present tbemfor payment Either partner will use the namo of the firm in liquidation onlv. WILLIAM PHILIJPS. Jnlyl, 1853. HENRY HART, Jr. 1 I cheerfully recommend Mr. Henry Hart, my tuccessor and late partner, to the formerfriends and customers of the House, and respectfully solicit for him a continuance pfthat patronage so liberally nestoweu upon me laie urai. 1 r..ii " VriT.T.TAW Plfl WILLIAM PHILLIPS. Jul JAMES D. LEHMER, Produce and General Commission Merchant, CINCINNATI, OHIO. PROMPTfniteution given to the sale of COTTON. DRIED FRUIT, FEATHERS, GINSENG, BEESWAX, &c, Ac, upon which advances will be made if Tequired. EST Orders promptly filled for Cincinnati Manufactures Flour, Whisky, Ao, Ac Agent for the sale or Star and Tallow Cand'es, Sale ratus, Pot and Pearl Ash, and Lard Oil, which will be fur nished at lowett marlrt rate without CowtnitirioH. fjulyR diw2m. VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE. The undersigned offers for sale his residence on Spring or Church Street, with the furniture if desired. Terms made known on application to R. C. F0SIER, 3d. Or in mv absence to G.M. FOGG. jnne IT tf. WALL PAPERS". Just re ceived. 2.000 bolts of those beautiful French Papers, for Parlors, Halls. Ac together with a splendid C assortment ol (fold and Velvet Borders, ire acreeus, win dow Curtains, Ac. CSTOn hand a large assortment of unglazed Papers, from. 10 to 23 cts ier bolt KLAGES & GORBEY, No. 20, College street, next door to tha Sewanee House. jidyH W. W. FINN, 41, MARKET STEEET, BETWEEN DKIO.1 AND TBI SQUARE, XashtiXle, TeitMM'e. a OLD AND VELVET PA PER HANGINGS. A large and beautiful variety. Decorative Willi Papers, all the latest i rench designs. Borders, Window Papers, Teaster and Ccn tre Pieces, a large assortment . Cheap lnglazed Papers 12,000 pieces in store, from 12 to 25 cts. per Bolt All for sale, and Cukap for Casit. jidy7 JUST FINISHED AND FOR SALE AT THE Clark Strcot Coach Factory, NO. 5, THE LATEST STYLE BUGGIES, BAROUCHES, ROCK AW AYS AND FAMILY CARRIAGES. Take PARTICULAR NOTICE that cf?CZ&2 Stout's Coach Shop is on CLARK STREET. .?fesl julylg IRA A. STOUT. Ticn AND CHEAP GOODS AT NICIIOL'S IX CORNER. I have on hand a beautiful assortment iC Indies Di-ess Goods, which will be sold at very reduced prices, as the season is advancing. Great bargains niay be expected. Call soon. Muslins and Lawns from Be 10c 12c and 15c, and a fine assortinentofBerages of all styles, Silk Tissues, Evening Dresses, ic, &c .Also a good assortment m ji usquiio .i ci- tinjs. junl7 No. 13, Cor. Square and Market st. DISSOLUTION'. The Copartnership heretofore ex. istin" under the style of Mc-N'AIRY & FURMAN, ex pired on the 1st day of July inst. R. C JlcXairy will con tinue the business at the old stand, and will settle the busi ness or the late firm . Signed R. O. McNAI UY. " Nashville, July Sth, 1853. F. FURMAN. I TAKE pleasure in recommending R. C. McNAIRY, my late partner, to the friends and customers of the house, and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed upon the late linn. ,.... july j Signed F. FURMAN. TTTH1TE GOODS AND TRIMMINGS Dotted V V Swiss, Plain do. super fine Corded and Checked do, super fine Mull and Nainsook Muslins, Jaconets, Cambrics, Rich Jaconet and Swiss Flouncing, Jaconet and Swiss Trimmings, Dimity Bands, Ac., at McCLELLAND'S, june23 No 20. Public Square. ANTLES, SCARFS, &c We hare some very Rich Mantles on hand, new style, in Silk, Lace. Apn ea, Ac; Lace Scarfs, Crape do, White Crape Shawls, Muslin .i. i An n-tit.fi wAvill olnn out verv cheap. .. .. - .,Tir. VTVQ jane23 No 20, Public Sqnnre. RICH DRESS liOODS. on nana men .-MiKs,Lress Rich Black Silks, super Black Gro de Rhines, Rich Printed Bareges and Tissues, White Barages and White Silk Marqu sso, White Glace Silks, White Lace Dresses, Emb d Crapes, Kicnisaregeae iianes, ivicu rmii.uisu diei, Muslins, Ginghams, Ac, Ac These Goods are very rich and will be sold at very low prices at JMCUL.r.!iLu11 U O, j,lne2S No 20, Public Sq.iare. ITALIAN MEDICATED SOAl'.-Fpr render ing the harshest skin delicately smoothe, white and soft, removing sallowness, cutaneous eruptions, pimples tan, freckles, or redness. Its soothing influence immediately allays the irritation of mosquito bites, Ac, while its dilating iiroperties prevents the formation of wrinkles and banishes them ltatreauv lormea, ewws iWv clearness and smoothness of youth. Prepared by Dr. i . t-. Gouraud, 67 Walker St., 1st Store from Brradwat-, Kork. For sale by leb'J muimnum.iif.- FIIENCU AVINESVND BUANDIES.-Alwaya onhimd, a well assorted variety of foreign V mes and Liquors, put up in wood and bottles, and for .sale br leD'J yjm.v... ....... PINE Al I'LES AND l'EACJIUS.-Just re ceived, afresh lot ofpine Apples and Peaches, put up no-lass iars. and for sale DV uduivuo uivr.ivi. f-,- j i ' 0 IIEESE. 50 boxes Western Keserve etieese. re ceived and for sale by let).' ur.wuvr. uanw. TINE Al J. LE ClllSliSli. o ""cs superior Goshen Pine Apple Cheese, received and for sale by , feb9 i small lot of very fine Fig by feba GEORGE GREIG. wt-it Ti?rTs A fresh xunnlv of hnest Quality Hum C.T Orops of various flavors, just . ...U V. Ww....- v- C1IIOCOLATE. A superior article of Chocolate in small sticks and in half pound cake, put up in tin foil, ana tor sale Dy ieuj "'-f""" " . . ., r t n I'LllIf Ik ill! - II FRENCH NEUGA CANDY Just received by express a small lot of White French Neauga Candy put nr. in tin foil and for sale by GEORGE GREIG. -"I KEEN TEAS. 50 cans fresh Green Teas, herruet- JT ically staled, on liana ana lor sale dv feb9 GEORGE GREIG. I"IIESII TEiVS. Just received, an extra assortment of Black and Green Teas of the finest qualities impoi t ed", and warranted superior, for sale bv feDj GEO. GREIG, Union street -T?OIt HIRE A Negro Woman with 2 children, one .V 10 years old; apply to R. A. BALLOWfc, inlyir Gen'l-Ag f, a 17 ueaaenc1; at. FOR SALIS AT AULT1US.-I win ouwuiiuuiib Auction atthe court house, on Saturday next theSOth inst. 8 beautiful buildinglot-s situated in. Edgefield, a short distance from the N. & L. Depot Terms one half cash and the balance in one md two years, or without interest with a lieu retained on the land until the purchase money is TThe above lots front 50 feet on Short Street and run back 150 feet to a fifteen feet allev, a plot of which can be seen at mr office. B. A B ALLOW h, Gen 1 Ag t row s No. 17, Dcaderiek Street QTRAYED.-From.the premises of the subscriber, on " O Tuesday oriastweeit 1-3."' ' -"'."7' ' ilORSES, about 15 hands 3 niches high of a strong and substantial appearance, between the age of 5 and 8 years old No partcular marks now remembered, other tlian that one of tl.ellorses had a recent biuise or cut on his left cheek bone, aodltad on when he escaped the head-stall of a '"Any information concerning the above Horses VriUbe thankYully received, as well w tMl ui-Z municatecl to WT T. BERR , :Nashville.. Nashville, July 8 th, 185S, DRUGS, &C. DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND The Kemtdtj ever ail Jtemdies Jvr the Disauti of. tin iMer Dysprma, Enla'mml and InrhinaUoa 'hf the SpUen Jftar&urns, Coli; lUiiUnet f'Uti, Cnttirputto.i,' alt iitor&erl talt tf Uie- Stomach, Zsw r MotrtU, at fM oiidhoraof anyhnd. For General Dthhty, . . -j -7 . .I. T . J . , . ......... 7., . . . tT. 1 1 . .. . . , . . from "iiliich LadietJ 'reftiently iitfer, emutl in tie tchole Haterut 2Te2itM. there it ot iu rrHE inventor f this prenaratiun was for tliree Years I ; completely prostratud from Dysjiepsia and inactivitr of. tneiaver tnat ne was irequcuiiy tor weeies at tune unaoie to raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physician.? at home and inEurope, but in rain; his case was pronounced .1 t . 1 ' . 1 1 i iL.lt. . - nopeiess oy uwusauua, iuiu. ib was Dj-uccmenb-iiuii jib suc--ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing nied icine. Ids success in such cases has; been unrivalled. He lias been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse- i..-j .t.: it z . ..r t -.. quciiuy isaiu jiuiumg mjuuguuie piras oi uia own case, .until the-' character of the medicine was fully established t ny its success, as snown ly tne cerlincates wuicu nave oeen advertised. I subjoin the certificate of Prof. M. "Gabbest, of Metnpbis, Terinwith whom I often advised during the time ot my buueruig. MdPura, Tenn, ApriI17,lS52. I berebTertify that I have been acouainted with Dr. J N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I celve 'lower than I have ever seen any one that aflenrards recover ed, wim wnai i supposea ui oe uyspepsiaana Liiveraneciion, and after trying the prescriptions of many Physicians in this as well as other countries, without relief; ho finally sucecded 'with a preparation of hU own in being restored to good health. il. GABBERT, M. I). ' Physfdans are requested to try this preparation. We feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this publication. HoktsvIlle, January 12, 1M2. Da, Bledsoe: I take the b'berty and fell it to te my duty to recommend to all persons suffering, from disease of the stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very ,seperior medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia and diar rhea tvheu having almost despaired of his recovery, I con cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe, .entirely cured" him. MICAJAH CAYCE. Hcxtsville, Oct 17.1S5SL Dr. Bledsoe: Some time lias elapsed since I gave a cei tificata that my wife had 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 to be the best physicians in the place and a great many differen medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try your alterative compound, I did so audi am happy to say that it has entirely cured her: and I would conscientiouslv ..recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the uveranaayspepsia. i.tj. uuukktsU.. HnnsviLLE, Sept 29, 1S31. Dr. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter ative Compound", I think it ni duty te say to the public, that I had been- for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its worst form ; thatl had tried almost every thing that is gi ven by physicians, and never found any thing tliat would cer tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which tas relieved me in every attack in less tlian an hour. WM. B. LLOYD. Giles Codxtt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851. Da. Bledsoe: I feel that I should fall short of my duty to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further recomnend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re lieved me, so that I have not had canse to take anything in j two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and believe.my health is as good as it ever is at my ndv.mcJdage. Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to i call on you, I am very respectfully your friend. ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD. Hi-STSvnxE, Abu, August 2t, 1SJ1. j This is (o certify, that I had suffered for many years with Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician after lTir- ' sician had prescribed for me without mv receiving any ben- eui, wnen i commenccu tne use ol Dr. liledsoe s Alterative I (Jompound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it i because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint , aucc JOSEPH CAROTUEllS. HtwrsviLLE, Ala, March 3, 1852. Dr. Bledsoe: Sir; 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 ot vour Compound: but I must sav. tht E,r vears I nfl"rprf great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen, and thought 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 well as I ever did. HENRY J. GOFF. Irt? lhe above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in the city, and most of the towns in the State. O. W. HEN DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med .icmc2pPrice ! per pint Bottle. uovls lvd tr DRWS.IcLANET INDIAN AND GERMAN ROOT DOCTOR, EESPECTFULLY announces to the citiicnsof Nashvilk and vicinity, that he has returned again-after a resi deuce of fourteen years in the South, and permanentlyla catcd himself in South Nashville, at the corner of Was! ingtou and Pearl streets, where he may at all times be fuunt by those who may wish to consult him. He has in his possession many certificates from men f eminent standing certifying to the permanent cure of the most distressing cases of the following diseases, viz: Ner- Cancers, Ulcers, Scroffulous, Hemoptasis of the Lungs, and .other Ilemorages; Diarrhoea, Diseases of the Kidueys, Mer curial and Venereal Taints of the Blood; Diseases of Cliil dren, Worms and various other Diseases incident, to the hu man system. During his residence in the South, he attended f o 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 patronage of the sick and afflicted. Nashville, Feb 9 ly. DR. WM. McLANE. J3jrAll Letters addressed, post-paid, to South Nashville. DR. FRASK'S MAGNETIC OINTMENT. AJIR. WINTERS had lost nearly all of his hair and hid been bald for many years: bvthe use of three bot tle nf ihe Sftgnetic Ointment, liaU 'hi hair entirely re stored, and now has' as beautiful a head of hair as any man could wish. His ajre is about 50 years. A son of Mr. Warren, of this town, 14 years of ace, 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 xss&iharovghltcurtd, and for seven months past has enjoyed robust health. This was an extreme case of inflammation, of the spleen, of long standing; has a variety 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 was four months ago and the lady (a Mrs. Dun ham,) is still in good health, and able to attend to her usual household duties. I hare treated two cases or Chronic Sure Eyes with the Ointment, both of tho patients so nearly IlinJ timniwil in ntipndant to lead them from place to place. Ore of them had been afflicted 18 years, the otheH about fiyeais. They had tncd tlie best physicians in tne State, without benefit; and ore of them had been under the treatment of the celebrated Dr. Muzzy, of Cincinnati, for t hnit oTrwnild hundreds of dollars in vain efforts 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 Ointmpntln a number of cases of Piles, and in no cote haeit failed nf qlting itnmediite relief and aenerallff a permanent r. nlsniiwd it hnpficiftllv in severe cases of Ery- ;ot, nt tnat hut tint lpast. I have within the last year cured four cases of CANCER by the use of the Xjgnetic Ointment alone! From a thorough trial of the Ointment in nearly every disease for which it is recommended, I can confidently re commend ittd be one of the mo?t usetut remeaies ever oi- fered to the public llesiiecttully lours BURTON HUBBELL, M- D. n.Ul.l.T, orifl.iA Amplin Ohio. Ti.o r-h.ifeirtM'nf this Ointment as an efficient remedy, is established in this city. There are quite a number of indi viduals who asenbe their restoration to neann io toe use oi this extraordinary Ointment For sale by H. G. SCOVEL. BERRY & DEMOVILLE, miry6 CART WRIGHT A ARMSTRONG, IRA A. STOUT, C O A C II MANUFACTURER, Xn s flnur Stbket. NiSnriLLE. TeSX.. Xerldoor'to IL S, French's Grocery Warthouse, and op- .....1. ir .-. L. i:t-.,tf..n ALL kinds ofcarrugesfor sale, wiUi harness cOfL. to suit All work sold by tne Is made at grpg. il,n cnrlr Stiwt Manufactory, and warranted, and will be sold on as good Terms, for Cash or good notes, as any work .'m'wlrt nrin nr F.ilt- ReiKtiring done with promptness and dispatch, and all persons leaving work to repair may rely on getting it when promised. All orders promptly aiiemieu iu. t uuria A flATtD. I HAVE tliis day associated with me in the Saddling Bu siuess my son, A C. MARCH. The business, in future will be conducted Tn the name of J. D. March A Son. All persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come nt nfil-iTi.intlPnt. J. D. MARCH. r9 Thankful for the, liberal share or patronage hereto fore, a continuance of the same is respecuuiij soncnecu - jan . J. D. MARCH A SON. SITUATION WANTED A lady of long experience "and superior qualifications to instruct on the PIANO vAnw n-ni . ;tmitinn In' a public Seminary ornnvute family;The best of refcreuce given. Address box 144, Nash ville P.O. - guijo-n m, vous AHections, Jjver Uoniplaints, Uyspepsias, Chills and Fevers, Pleurisies, Asthmas, Colds, Coughs, Incipient Con sumptions. Rheumatisms, Weak Lumrs. Fit. Dronsies. MISCELLANEOUS. NOTICE TO WESTERN TRAVELLERS, Lafayi Tom irnt fKi.. .i f;r.-..,t Through, by Railroads 1 from Philadelphb to Cincinrati in Sf hours. . I Shortest and quickest route fronttheAtlanticCi I r-t . ... . ... ....... Pil'tu in tha Great West Passengers will findhis the ,moU pleasant runiouj ii.vncans. uniy $u to umcinnali ; 512 tolouis ville; Jl to St Louis, Via Pennsvvania Itailroad. an the Ioaowin Cant Sluro Pjinl i ehency. Cant Charles W Batchelor. leaves lMftsbunr Tiica- ay; urystai raiace, uapt n jvounrz, wares I'litsourgWeU-. nesday:"BrilIiant, Capt J R Grace, jeaves PittsburgThursr day: Pitisburg, Capt Huj-Ji Campbell leaves Pittsburg Fri day J Messenger, No. S, Capt John Klinefelter, leaves Pitts burg Saturday. Boarding and lodging oa board the Packets extra. Pittsburg to Cincinnati, $2; Louisville, $3; St, Louis, $5. Fare through.by Railroad from Philadelphia To Pittsburg, 89 60; Massillon, 10; Cleveland, $10; Mansfield and Crest line, tl; Columbus, $12 65; Toledo, $3; Cincinnati, (via Crestline,) $15; Chicago; (via Michigan Southern R. K.) $16 25. To Chicago, Waukegan, Kenasha, III-. Racine, Mil--wankie. Sheboygan, Wisconsin, via Detroit and Michigan Central Railroad, $18. , The Cars will leave the Commonwealth's Station, N.J2. Comearof Schuylkill Fifth and Market Streets, where tickets' can be purchased of Bingham 4 Dock, Agents of the State" and Columbia Railroad Lines. The morning Express Train through to Pitisburg, Cleve-. land, Cincinnati and Chicago, will leave at 1 o'clock, A. iL Through to Cincinnati in 87 hours. The night Mail Train at lti, P. M. Through to Cincin nati in 4(5 hours, including one night s coulortable rest at Pittsburg. The above lines pass through and stop at Lancaser,.Har risburg, Lewistown, Huntingdon; Hollidaysburg, John stown, Greenbnrg, and intermediateplaces. Nonet In case of loss, the Company will hold themsel res responsible: for personal baggage only, and foe an amount not exceeding $10u. TH03. MOORE, Agent. tune 4tf. Pennsylvania Railroad Co. The Columbia Railroad Line for Harrisburg, via Colum bia and all intermediate plac3, will leave the above station atlJf.P.M. PNrSYt,VAIVIA ltAILISOAD. THIS road now complete. It opens a communication be tween Plttsburp and Philadelphia, orPUUbnri; and Haiti more. By which Freight from the west can reach an eastern market quicker and cheaper than by any of the prei -nt rival' oute.i: lliev connect with the daily packets st Pittsburg, from St Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, wbcelin?, and all the different points on the western waters. Also with the Cleve land ami Plttsbure Rail KoaJ, and Ohio and Pennsylvania J?a!l Hoad at Pittsburg. Cars ran through between Pitisbargh' anu rnnaaeipnia witnouitransnipuieui in ircigui, luwnu. tase that can be appreciated by all shippers. in case or obatracuon or navimion oj ice or iuw waier freights westward can be forwarded from PltUburz to Cin einnatl. ortowns-in the Interior by Kailroad. Between Pittsbursand Philadelphia or Baltraore. Firfct CIa. 'i!r Seiir HuUl. Rata, . Dry Coods. Books and Stationary 'Boot?.! rwr 10O lbs. Shoes, Hats and Carpeting, Fura and Pel SI 75'cti.' tries, v earners, &auuiery,&c. t secoiiu JiasN. Brown ShoDtlne- & Shirting In Bales.l : Drugs.Glaas Ware, Groceries, except Cof- i 85 eta. CO cts. Bee, Hardware. Hollow Ware, Machinery, Oilcloth, Wool, cVc. J . ' - xuira uiush. Buttor.In Firkins & Kegs, Candles Cot-1 ton, in winter, Queoosware, Tallow, i 75 Tobacco, In leafor llanufictored, Halt- i U. 50 ctl warn, lic.i-c. j . , . Fourth Class. Bacon, Cotton (In summer,) CoOeiLard' and Lard Oil, (through) Port In fall car. GS cts. 0ct.' loads at owners risk. J - ' Geo. C. Francijcun, , Freigit Jlgcnt, Pittlhxrg. E. J. Sneeder, Freight Agent, PitlaJtlpli. iTIugrillV A: Kouns, Freight Jlgttt,Mi'.litri J. Li. Elliott. Freight Jleet,Jf:1 Weit tt., JV. Y. II. II. lluustoit, Oen. Freight Agent, PhiUielhim. march 16, 1853 3y HARDWARE AND CUTLERY. FALL & CUNNINGHAM, No. 47, College Stueet, Nashville, Tesx. ARE now in receipt of their entire stock of HARDWARE and CUTLERY for the Spring Trade, and in calling the attention of the niercliants of Middle and East Tennes see, Kentucky, and North Alabama, to their large and varied assortment, they feel confident that it will compare favora bly with that ol any House in any couutrr, and when Uie item of Transportation is considered, it.wiil be found that self-tHlerent should prompt all dealers in this section of the country toeucourageahome market. They also invite tha attentinnof Blacksmiths, Carpenters, and Farmers visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools, Fanning Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always keep on haad. Ftathtrt, Ointtng and .Btenravr, taken at the highest mar ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts. Feb. 20,1853. J. II. lturroiv I'ntent l'luntatlon oitN .T1II.1-. THIS Mill dlffjrs from all others in the construe tlon of the upper or Banning: fctone, which is composed of French Burr Blocks, enclosed in a cast Iron uase, -wnicn 'rms the back and boon of the Stone with a Csst Iron Eje.or Htin!..ihn i.nf greater external diameter at the bottom that at the top, which is seen red to the back by fourbolts, so that every block la la tho Torm of a dove tail, which elves greater strength to aStonolhananyother method which is required in small mill., wnere tne aione is run wiia great rjxjcu, m. becomes dsnserous if not strongly madi. It also lves any weight to a stone of small diameter that i required without having it thick or high, that makes it top heavy. This mill is a square frame made or wood or cast iron, In the form ofa busx.wlth Bridge-tree, Spindle Balance, Elnc Driver, and Kegulallnr fcrew, and grinas ui-on inn aanio nrinclnle iiilirie mill, differing onlvin the Runner Mono; this being of great weight enablra it to grind nearer the cen ter agreater quantity of grain with les power than any other mill now in use. This mill lsportable,aiidniay beattached to steam, water, horse or hand power. AliSU,all sizes 01 .reccn narraiiii ownea, BiiBuiKturw on the same principle. Joseph if. Burrows, of Cincinnati, is the inventor, for which he obtained Letters Patent in JStt. Foralllnfrlnge ments the purchaser will be held regponsible forth right These Mills do not require aMillrlghtto sat them up; and all that Is necessary to put them in operation. Is to attach a hand to the pulley on the spindle, with a drum sufficiently large to run a twenty-four inch Mill 240 revolutions per minute, attached to Giu. Steam. orWater Power. By the steady application ortwo horsepower the Mill wlllgrind a.x to 8 bushels per honrof good meal; and will grind wheat as well as corn. The thirty Inch mill, if put lo its fullest speed, wll (rrindirom ten to iiueenuusneis per nour. These mills are warranted to be in every respect as recom mended. . .... . . , DiRicrioNS vor Uswo. riaeeyourmuiaoouisuieeiirom the Driving Pulley In a level potiuon; maxe the cell of rather six or eight Inches wide, irive ioo nionenu revolu tions a minute with the sun. Keep ihouocc ami step 01 the spindle well oiled. Place the star on the back of the Running Mono. in tae same waj as mpuusivuw that is, the way they are trimmed to run. Refer toThos.Patlerson,Esq.,ofIIighland county, Ohio, Jesse Deal, Esq.,of Clinton county, Ohio; C. S. Bradbury, Esq , of Cincinnati, ana taintruj All oraersuirerieu 10 Xo. 52 Broadway, Nashville, Agent for Middleand East Tennessee, or auKKuna, Jan2C d. tr-w. 5i w. ly, esi rroius..i-iu.v, TJH'ORTANT TO IRON .uANUr ACTlf I n i.'tis I AMES REXTOX . of Newark. New Jersey. has discovered a process for manufacturing wrought iron .. .- .1 ... , :.. 1 1 ...ui I.. directly irom ineore, wnu wow ur uikium wm, .j c ..j him an ore-welding furnace; (an improvement in the manu facture of iron long sougnt atier, out never successimiy at tained until Mr. Reutoivs discovery,) and which produces at a single heat the best quantity of blooms, at a less cost than pig iron is now usually made. Letters Patent have been granted him for his discovery.and we are the apiiointed agent for tho sale of rights and its introduction throughout the West ; and as tne present nign price 01 iron is lnuucwg many capitalists to invest in its manufacture, without being aware of the great advantages this new and valuable inven tion has over any other known mode, wc think it but subser ving Uieir interest to thus early impress upon thent the im portance of an examination of the merit oi this late inven tion before embarking in any other made for makitig iron, assuring them or its entire success aud practicability, as de monstrated by the furnaces now in successful operation afte this plan. It unotourpunseint!iisadvertieraentto peak par ticularly of the almost incalculable advantages th s process possesses over all other mules fiir making Iron; (as this is contained iu 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 iu 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 Sth June iiext, or to the furnaces of the American Iron Company in Newark, New Jersey, now op. ending with complete success. W. C. DAVIS A CO. Cincinnati, June 1 Snv THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA. (Qficeon Cedar street,ocr the. Muttuil Protection Oficcs.) ANnLs.Mavlst 1852. . . r ..... . r -11 J-.l.u. l.lti V-2W.016 51 135,250 58 I.illo 00 11,000 00 Premiums for the yearending, May 1st '52 . . Interest on Loans, Ac Guarantee Stock, additional to above........ Losses, Expenses, returned Premiums, Ac., to May 1st...... f410,lS3 26 . 67.SS4 55 Capital May 1st, 1853 353.318 70 The rapidly accumulating Capital 6t this Company isttie best guarantee of its entire relubilUv, Risksteken on the most moderate terms, and losses adjusted ; and met here J0HN G FERGUSON, Agent Nashville, Mya8, 1853 tf-. : - sf . J e aany-nieam racKeis irom tlttsburw Uuckev estate. M V Beltshoover, leaves Pittsbure Sunday: Kevstnne t Charljr Ktiine. Wm I'lttuhnm. lnnr1i. all-. The Tiller of the Soil; A liardy.WJvbcnitnian ihe" A Irtrriv.yuu-bunit man: . r ... . .' , . i TUiighaU the world you ix.-aa. - m-' JiiS.uiiuivr'a licat, in IVmter' cnld, " Todit find ldid at his toil; J,JS' 01iMarabe Uie kmghUof old, , : Is- theTmerof the Soil! Jfii weighty bars tcure hU door; j ; . NoditchU dug around; 11 U walls no canaott bristle o'er, -J No dead lie on the ground.. . .. -A peaceful boot er fci iie Unknown in Eartlfx turmoil; ''' J " From many cruliuig surrows five. . Is the Tiller ol the Soil! ' " His stacks are seen oa every side. His barns are tilled with grain; Though others hail not fortuno'sj tide, He tabors not in vuiiu , . . 4 - -T,he land gives up iurioh increase,'' Thesncet reward of toil; - . H, ... , r And Uest with happiness and peace latlieTillerortheSoil! 1 ;-. - -i -i z " He trudges out at break of day, . And takes hi way alougr - ' And, as lie turns tlie yielding clay, He sings a joyful ong. He i-t no doll uuluppy wight, - ' ' " Bound in ml-fortune's coil; The smile Ls bright, the heart is light, ' Of the Tiller of the Soil! -sS? From the Massachusetts Life Boat The Poor Widow's Way Basket . ; The farmer' life is a great monotony 50 the young men think whose lot it is to labor ia the fields. It 13 the plow and the hoe, the scythe afid the sickle, day in an J day oat, through the spring, summer and autumn; an 1 tlien when the year comes round, it is just the same thing over; again, the plow and the hoe, the scythe and the sickle. Dnll! Dull! Dull I Oh tbi3 everlasting sameness! we must get out of it, somehow." AVhen the sun rises we must be up, tind when he-goes down, our chores are but half. done. Thi-j, however, might be endured, were it not for the dull monotony which makes the tardy gaited hours limp so tcdiousJif away. It is drag, drag, drag. TJte long Furrow? are turned, the long rowst hoed, for the most part, iu solemn silence; and if perchance, a word is spoken, it i3 the commonest, unmeojmigeit word in the language; and so, we tug; away and starve, iiot for want of beef aud pork and butter and cheese, lmt for lack of excitement. Tt be sure, the n!d are green iu their season, but thcyare alike green, every day. And the- birds, siug; but ihey always sing the same tune. 1'he gay Bobolink, tlw liveliest of them all, wouldn't vary a note on any account, lie always begin5,in. the same way, and closes with the same flourish. The birds sing well enough, but we have got all their songs by heart. So the youngsters complain in the midst of their toil- They live oa the delightful anticipations of that happy day, when, they will look ' back upoa their minority, gone forever. And if that tlay seems far distant, they feed their hopes on an ap proaching holiday, or get up some little steam, in view of those laboring days, when the whole ueigh lorhood meet together to repair their highways; for at such a time, some new faces may be seen, some new things may be said or done, the repeat ing of which may shorten the tedious length- of a hot summer's afternoon. One of these days, last refered to, has arrived, and the whole district is astir the old men, th middle aged, the young men and the boys, are all upon the road, with their ox teams and llorseVteams and ploughs and all other necessary implements for mending the ways. The surveyor, a man c'athctl with some authority, gives the word, and they go to -work, those who" came to work; and to shirk, those who came to shirk. This man. has a story tt tell, which the boys had better not hear; and that man a joke to crack, which had been better left ua cracked. It were well, if while the highways are being mended by ploughs and shovels, the way of life which is opening before the young men and boys, is not marred by ill ndviscd speeches and worse than unprofitable conversation. Set a-witch upon thy tongue, old man; for the young are watch ing thee; and an unguarded speech of thine may fester and burn iu the mind joT that boy, to the last day of his life. .It will spring up within him, long after he hoped it was forever forgotten. It will come to life long after he thought it was dead and buried. Hut something better than this is going forward, something that may be thought of and told or, hereafter, without a blush. Listen, and I will tell you what it is. "AVe are all here, men aud boys," said Air. Lather, "to -work on the highways, and we might as well be thinking of something besides the mere drudgery of shoveling gravel. There is widow Brown who lives in the house over yonder she has rather a hard time of it, all alone- in her widow-hood. 1 move that we throw in nine-pence a piece, and get up a May Basket forher." "Why not a dollar apiece" said .Mr. Freelove, and send her a basket of provisions which would do Iter heart good? I dare say the poor woman ha3 been short of some of the necessaries daring the past winter. I rather guess her flour barrel has sometimes bceu so low that she couldn't have made "a little cake" for the prophet if he had come along." "VTell " replied -Mr. Luther," a dollar apiece would be some thing handsome, to be sure; but I am not quite up to that; the smaller sum, if wc all unite, will make a pretty May Basket, and-I dare say thd old lady will be very thankful for iL" Mr. "Wood, who had. just come up in time to hear the proposition, and Mr. Freelove's remark about the dollar subscrip tion, replied: "I like the idea of the dollar apiece, mighty well, and I am willing to baud it over, if you, Mr. Freelove, will do the same." "I have not said," Mr. Freelove replied, "that I would give a dollar if you wonldfbut that I would give that sum if Mr. Luther would do the same; and I will stand to it." Mr. Luther perceived that three dollars: might be secured by his accepting the challenge,, and lie was not the man to tact 011 in so good a cause. "Tis a bargain," he exclaimed, "down with the dust." In this way three dollars were raised, and in smaller contributions, about as much more. A committee was then appointed to purchase the, necessary articles and attend to their delivery in the evening. The flour and the sugar and tea and Various other et ceteras, accompanied with an ap propriate note, were accordingly got in readiness, in due time. It ha3 lieen said that the old lady lived bv hersslf; and, very likely, she would be frightened, by a knock at her door, at nine o'clock, in the evening. To get round this, difficulty, one of the ladies, in the neighborhood, all of whom, were greatly interested in the Widow's May Bas- ! ket, engaged to go and sjiend the night with her. The good woman would take it kindly, of course; that any of her neighbors should be so thoughtful of her situation, as to come and cheer up her lone- llness.. Every thing was arranged, at nine o'clock, j when, a caret ul foot-fall was hturJ by the listeniug ear of the visiter, about tlie door of the widow's cottage. Soon, a nip was heard, and the noise ot hastyl'eet retiring. '-AVliut does this mean," said the widow, who. was abut retiring to rest, "What does this mean? 1 am frightened." "Never mind," said the visitor, "I will gJ to tlw door." 1 dare euv there is nobody there, that want? to hurt us." So saying, she opened the door slowly, aud pulling r. . . ,11 i..r 1 ,.vi... "M.. iu a quarter oi vtour, utuuum. "vi Brown! What have you got here?" "I am sure I don't know,'' she replied, at the same time resto; ring to its place, her dress eap, which she had a mo ment before removed from her head.". It feels: Into flour. I haven't ordered any to be sent here to night; and if I had, I don't think anybody would lave paid much regard to my orders." "It is flour, sure enough" said the visitor, laughing. "It is meant for a May basket, I reckon." "And a piet ty May basket it is," tho widow replied. "I eottd not ask for a better. It sniellsiaweater to me than the richestboquet they could have found' Before they liad done chatting over this accepta ble present, another rap va3 beard. "What! agaiul" exclaimed the widow, Vc?;lia not so much frightened as I was, Mrs. Seeker; nor that was her visitor's name.) On opening the door, they discovered a large jug on the step. "lAii!" said Mrs. Seeker, -another -May basket. And what call tins be? Oil?" 3 "No "said Mrs. Brown, taking. the jug and pla cing it upon the table, and applying, in the most inshmatiu- manner, her nasal organ to the orifice,. C it Something sweeter and better than oil" Oil is gV' rcp'ijl1 tckcr, "in its place." "I know tliat," answered tne widow, "but I can get along without oil, but I can't make tha griddle ia xcs without a little molasses. ow,Mrs Seeker, I should like to know where these things came from? You must know something about it,'(unlesj. ' the Lord rained them right down from heaven, upon my door tdep,) and you must tell me."-. - "Why should I know, Mrs. Brown, rlj guess the, "T niA sn"rtf t'hirm onrhrtOT " " ' -' ' 6U. .U1aUI ' .- " . "' -1 UA nil en .liVT" e?lv 1 . , , r -r uuow, tor I'm sure no- bod' else knew how gfo i ihmUhe to h but I guess he employed human ft, to brW theai here And now caraeanother Tap, with a ty of sugar; and.another.-jrith. n. lot tf tea ind on tothe.sktlv "It Is sttange," said Mrs. Brown how we get.osed to things. rOMu't think I eyw could "have heard so mantraps on ray door, at tha time- of -night,- without being awfully scared; but now they doa'r flurry me-at all. I had just 3 lief hear them 03 not."' fv V'' 5eSIied er "visitor. -I scq you are get- . 1 vcrycourageoos. 1 snan t feel so bad hereafter, at tlif th'rm.rf, nf mn, tw.r .tr f.7T pViUuthc lastjpreavat, came a pill box" contalniri? thmoncy whichvwas kft. The two Ladies irduhf. eu in a-mue sport over the pill box; bat wiwa it was opened, the widow held up both Linda and ex claimed, "if here aln't a, Collar BUI and a bean oC niQ ItftlA trlufo infiiiof ltru-1. 1.,"' . , , .7 : T T7'v- -il,u she coun ted it, She observed to 3ir3. Meeker: "I hare hoard a great many people cry out against these thrSj ceutpiccfls. They called them hatefidmonty, aatf all that: but I'm sure I don't know wbdt they meant by ft it looks very well to me,Mr3. Seeka. I'm rich, nowl I didn't know that I had so in it friends in all the world The Bible talis ofa aiaa, who, by his charities causal the widow's hrari for joy. I'm sure I never understood the pa sage before." Mrs. Browu talked very fast a3 handled the presents that night; aud we shouldn't wonder irthfere-wen: some ears oa the outiido of the, house, near enough to hoar some- thion-a thai she said If the May Basket wiu a feast to he? it was also a feast to them to liear her expreasionslcf thankfulness to the invisible junTunfawWa durioV She went to bed, that night with a lighter V jr; thaa She had known dunug' all the days nf h - K. dowhood. It was well hi these workers, that tnov thought of the widow. The Lord will prosper th cheerful giver, lie say3 he will. And nuw, re that till the ground and, sometimes, think your lot is hard ye that think the furrows and the cjth tows are very long, aud that tha hot summer's- sua makes slow progress down to his cooL renting p-aeQ behind the woody horizon ye, that starve lor lack of the excitement of city life, you sec how your burden may be lightened how year conf rows may be shortened, and your days "pass awny like the flight of birds'. Go, get your pennies to gether, and hang a May Basket for some widtRr,, You will be richly repaid, if your can hear Iwr heart sing. And you will'get your pay over agaiti in tho pleasant thoughts which'will accompany yon in yonr labors. 3. rj. On the Physical KxcrcUe or Children. Healthy etildrcn will exercise themselves -aiBi. cienily ir they are allowedr'and thev should b' al lowed during the period when the body is the first concern, almost as much as they please; and fter that-period, a much as is neewsurv for the vnter ot themmd. They should hi encouraged to -Ich bodily exertions as will call into play the 0101 system generally,' seldom excessive or vioiuni, sij active and vigorous; proportioned indeed to f.o da, gree or strength actually possessed; a0d sr. co.ith, vid that, while it benenLs the rfrpseut- hd l. suite aud excites the lively spirfta ot- u ab. lay in no store of injury for the fotur.- When children are healthy and are accustom tj a few mple sources of amusement, tosac', pt -things as they can use freely, arid as will call tUds maids into exercise, they wnl invent for Uieravh aud all tliat is necessary, is to give them a dry I"? room m-doors, and a dry airy spot out of ri where they can play freely and activslv, ami tc lute ' nisuthem with a few implements for ainasemca' ,ui Ud to their age, such as the recollection t o j,- 1B. tive childhood will readiiv su?g&t. Tlte rv-i ihe will generally do for thenWlvesC A little iwliri aid may sometimes be of service, to give a Burnt -reetiou to the stimulous of their jown mitd--. but. the Ies3 direct interference the better. We hear a great deal of bovfc loving to tAz toj. well; and there are. doubtless, fnshiiw., " ' real love of play lias been attehJ! with lata S uv maiKs 01 menial activity; but we tv sou to suppose that if a boy play well, iia "a. X ity, spirit, and ingenuity, it only wauts uroir a.-, agemcnt to make him work welL Of such a. ..ac at least, wehould. Ourselves ueyec' "despair If children arc indolent at play.It wustbefcW, a kaii or sufficient animal htaltliaMd spirits, audir means should ! 1m: employed to restore thrn lu 'wu f.tate. A child in tnoronghlv good Ijealth wi. 4! times, be as playful and fall oi antics as i u, ' kitten; and jvitnout indulging that betfaroH.' ;.tdt " ness, which is inconsistent with demwti e.'ictfort " and with the necessary degress of order ait pn priety, and even with tlie nealth and comfort ..J tl j children themselves, every pcJbteindH.;3e .n.j be given to their lively spirits, and to their i-hee, -' ful noises. It has been proposed to make gymnastic- a part of the regular busmesij of education. " Such nxe cisw are doubtless of grettt utility, prfiyid.,1 they' be a-ociated with others of amore at-tiwkiiMi . tame, spiritless exertion of the hodv. in 4,f n! worth little. 'ITie great object sfcoukU to induce voluntary, active, theerfal exercise, in which tha. whofesoulis for tlie time- engaged The f..rniul walk ia the fields or on thesea-shore; howeyerrlmcli it may please, by contrast with sedentar amuse ment, cannot have pearly the same Injudicial iif nuencc on the body or on the mind, as tin iivelv, sportive exercise which healthv diildren will tak'tii of themselves. A troop of boys or girls torued into-a field to find amusement lor themselves, and left at full libertyt except that of transgressin? tho bounds which mental or bodily health prescribes, -will do for themselves that which no one elrf can do for them; they will be gaining lifr and vigor, muscular activity, and, what often JsiBtimately con nected with it, mental activity. Whilst gymnastics should mate a part of the reg ular system of education, the regularity of it? man agement should bo kept out of sight much a3 possible. The parent or the tutor may plan, and lead to the execution; but the execution, anil, as much a3 possible, the plan, should originate in, Ot at least excite, the ingenuity, the dexterity, the er ertions, &c, of the child or yeuth. GoiHtraint de stroys the very life and soul of pky. The Death of I.ntants. Those -who never lost' a child, are unable. to, understand how-preat avoid the death of one llftle one can.make. Tliere is, vra think, nothing on.carth.that can cast so long sad wide and black, a shadow as a. small eoffin. It-Li-emphatically the shadow of death which freezes the parent's heart . Small as is an infant's tomb. It ottflBethae" is c- " pacions enough to hold all the brightest hopes and dearest joys of a whole family eirefc. Th littlo child is often the bright focus where all the rays of gladness centre, and from which tbey are reflected, again over happy hearts; and when thfa central light is eclipsed great darkness ftlb Upon dL How many there must be" In htavrn, gathered up from all cl tines, even from heathen sKares, whohaTe died so young a3 to retain no memory of earth, and to whom that world of glory seenis as their native land whose souls were washed and rwnerated so early that no stain of this world wot ever visibfe upon them. Whatever wound'or sin there may lave becnluis healed without a scar"; their very thottsrht ha been moulded by the society and scenery of Twaven.'arul they stand continually before the face of the Father In how large a seuse may we say, "Of such is the kingdom of heaven?"' Lutheran Oerm. UNITED STATES MAIL LIITE. THROUGH IS FIFTY TO Kimr-KV. IlOURiJ. trvr York aa4 ChXTleston Steam Packets. LEAVES Adgcr's Wharves every Saturday i-cTTv afternoon and each alternate "W ednestIay.-tSg On Saturuay, Jas. Adper, 1,500 too?. Sr5r J. Dickinson, Comouindcr 3Inrloii, 1W toni, M. Eerry Con.tnauler. . The Southerner, "W. Etwfer, Commander, wiH tart each riternate WeJcesdaj;. Haying been newly coppered and guards raised, is now in complete ortfer. For freight or passage, haying ele jrantState Ifticm Acoont modatiou, mKrtgfMo CornerEast Bay and Adger SW Wtartm Cabhin passage 2i Steerage N.B. A newship will be placed on the L.uo to coanct with the Southerner on. Wedneaday. rebl. -trw OlVRTXKItSUn-IJlSSOLUTlOTheCa. ( )rinership heretofore eri.tnifC nnder the firm otfcoaa. tlLLJIAX K 3 i-KAXK. A CO. ,msy23 KJt- ,-.JJE0S HILLiLUT. COPARTiNKILSIIir NUT .CE Thenndenimert baye this day formed a Copartnership, under the 8rai f Sow A Hilucax, and will continue the Dry - Goods Buri nesa at thestore heretofore occupied bg". Cot