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CHURCH & MARLKV(', Proprietors.
OFFICE NO. GO, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY STf
THE WEEKLY UNiON Is furnished ' to subscribers at
the following rates Single copies, one year in advance.
$2 50 within lheycar$.' o6j at the end' of the year $i'bo.
CLuns--Of five' and upwards $2 00 jier copy for one
year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for six. months
at the foregoing rales. . . . -
The TRI-WEEKLY is published every" Tue3daj(Thursday
and Saturday, at.5f.5jwr annum Jn advancc-jf notpaid in
advance, C. ' "-1ij-The
DAnA'ispublifiliCiliatEiglit-Dollars. , .' ,
23TTI1E MONEY JN ALL GASES TO ACCOMPANY
suiiscuimoNs. ,. , S'-Im
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
nss. . ; it
No paper will be eont oat of the- State unless the briler iaac-
companicd -ivhh the cash: ,'-
lleiug entirely pew, unsurpassed for speed, and accommoda
tions, aud every way adapted to the above trade, for which
fche has boon purchased, a sliare of the travelling pation-
ligeis respectfully solicited.
All orders entrusted -to-her will be Jillcd with, care and
punctuality A. HAMILTON,
oct0 ... Agent
AL, und leaving Cincinnati verv allemate Samrdav at 11
o clock, P.M. The "Sam Clooh is unsurpassed in ber uo
commodutions, by anv steamer atloat aud 1 solicit for hcra
sliard6r public patronage. A. HAMILTON,
. 2fEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET.
rPHKNlUD Noft' Passenger Steamer, If. itmatf-
O R. V.HiH, Captain T. ILNewk.l, 1
15(M) tons burthen. Thw madiificentSlAiiii.
, y , -- m , , - j
er, now being completed at Now Albany, will take nerplace
iu tbcaljove tnwleas soju as navigation opens,
The Hill is entirely nev, of the largest class, and is, in cv
cry respect, equal to any .Steamboat on the Western wafers.
13he has lA."cn built under the superintendence of : her ex)e
rienced Captain, and has all 5mpiwcmeu(sre'uired'by4.1io
late law. A plan of her Cabin can be seen and State-rooms
engaged by application to A. HAMILTON, Agent, ,
kjWO " Mai kct Street.'
V?r Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
the liiil iu New Orleans, and give his best attention to. the
purchase -of Mcrcliandise ordered by her. A H.
EEGULAE PASSENGER STEAMER BETWEEN NASH
VILLE AND NEW ORLEANS.
HHHE swift and sujKjrior Steamer Nash- . jfSfjfXfs
X villc, Tiios. IJuuxviiku, Commander',: irffelvSq!
lhe firnt rise of water, learing Nashville every three weeks
The Nashville is unsurpassed by anv Boat in-tho trade for
Hafetr,. comfort and convenience.
A plan of her Cabin may be seen nndStafc-roomscngaged
by application to JAS. A. McALLISTER ,t CO.,
' oct i) Conipr of Broad and College Streets.
rrMV-TnOMAS' HAMILTON'wIlI-ncr artgTsrit-for
the Naslivillc in New Orleans, and give bis beat attention to
the purchase of Merchandise ordered by her.
J. A. 3fcA & CO.
CINCINNATI, LOUISVJLLE-AND NASHVILLE REr-
L A3 -"WEEKLY PACKETS. t'
rpllli splondid new passenger bicamers, pW'iPi" lv
I STATESMAN, H.G.M'Comas, Mas- Uhmtty
ter; JOUN &WV8QK, J P. Mc(JofAS, -VJcj
Master, will make regular trips in the above Ti-adeTleavmg
CIIC1SNATI every WjinjnstiAV, at 4 o'clock; and leaving
NASHV1LLU every Ttksiuv, at 1 o'clock.
Tlie alww BoatpJiaipg been .builti expressly for the
Trade, will take their places as soon as navigation Opens, and
will bu thaiikl'aKor orders ibr: Merchandise, and promise to
give satisfaction to all who may entrust business to their care.
II. T. YE ATM AN,
ppptll Cm Agents.
FOR BURKSVILLE AND WAirSBORO'.
TIa1ULAU, EIGHT DAY PACKJiT. . fFft
Tlio light draught fust running passen- ijfrsfn;
rPaekctlvHPUBLIC,M.G. MqCai.ustku, ainss?ssnS3
Master, will mako regular eight day trips in tho above trade
.during tlie season, ijliippcrs and passengers may rely upon
nunctinuity ot tins boat lor Jreignt or passage. .Apply ou
baird or to JAMES CLAlBORiNE, Agn
dcciO n w a o kn Front st.
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE.and NASHVILLE PACKET.
T112 unsurpassed fast running passenger
steamer ENVOY, Titos. Rodoeiis, Mas
ter, has taken tho placo of the steamer
Mattio Wayno and will make regular trips in the above
trade during tho season.
Leaving Cincinnati every other Wednesday, at 4 o'clock,
P. M. Nashville ovcry other Tuesday, at 1 o'clock, 1?. M.
Tlie abovo bit is entirely new nvd fiir speed and accom
modation isunsuqxisseil. I will be thankful for nil orders,
uud resectlull-fiolicit for her a share of public patronage.
jnn 1 A n?f Agent, Front St.
SMITHLAND, PADUCAH ANBNASHVILLE " WED
NESDAY AND SATURDAY PAUiUiT.
jirdav the 27th instant, at 10 A. M.f unit will continue in
the above trade, leaving Nashville on Wednasdays and Sat
urdays, at 10 A.M. and leaving I'aducau on limrsoays and
Mondays at 1 P. M.
Tlie 01)1) FELLOW ha? been purcliased hy CapL I.cake,
for tho aboyo trade. Her accommodations for passengers
nro not suriiassed by any packet on Cumberland river. I
iiBk for her a share of public patronage,
nov27-rGm A. llAMILTON, AgcnL
Memphis" and naIhvilleIl sTMAiji. packets.
JfePC EMRASSY. rS,
rpHU CITY OF I1UNTSVILLE will leave NasbvijleYor
L 1 Mcmjdiis every l'ridax-; atCo'clock, p:m., and Iciives
Memphis tor Nashville every' Monday, at IT o'clock, a. m.
EMI1ASSY vill leave Nailivillo for Mcmpliis avcry Mondaj
.nt C o'clock, r. m., Icavea Memphis for Nashville every
'Thursday at 11 o'clock,- A. u, delivering the Jitn.il nt the sev
eral post offices between the above jorts. They will .also
touch nt all noints between the jwistoffircs.
Persons traveling southward will find it to their advanlajo
toiakotiiis line, as it is from two to three days quicker and
equally as'chenp to New Orleans; meeting at Memphis with
Memphis and New Orleans Packets which leave on tho arri
val of Our packets, Iorew Orleans, unr packets also con-
rjeelimr with tho Arkansas ami Jute laver Mail imio. J'.ve-
rv iiains will bo taken to render those who call on jis com
lurUible. For freicrlitor nassairc,-npply at tho DYS. Mail Of-
lice, iHiistiviUc, or JV. u. OitA v a v. w., iuempms.
janl 3 A. Iu DAVIS, Nashville.
....... J - -r..-. i .
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFl'Y TO FIFTY-FIVE HOURS.
Now York and Charleston Steam Packets. .
LEAVES Adger's Wharves evciy Saturday yrft,
aflornoonaiid each alfi'rnate Aredncs(biy.wfc--3jg
On Saturday, Jas. Adgcr, l,r00 tons, cS?r:pTr;
J. Dickinson, Commander Marion, 1,200 tons, M. Bony
Tlie Southerner, W. FosJer, Commander, will leave
cacti alternate wcaucsuay. iiavmg oeeu uewiy epppereu
find miards raised, is now in comnlotc order.
For frcich tor passage, having elegant Sfato RboiA Acooin-
modation, apply at the office of the Airent, . '
' , . , . - -HENRY .MISSROON",
CorucrFist Bay an(l Adger's Sou. Wharves.,,
Ciibbhimssafrc S25." 'Siecraire SS, " .
N. B. A new ship will bo placed. pn tho Line toebnnect,
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. . fybli 4rw
At tho Sign of the Spread Eagle, Collego Strcot
THE undersigned is now prepared o cxeputcall
kinds of Wrought and. Cast Iron Fencing;
Atus rni.-Tnritv'd'!Bil(i Fancv-Ston. Balbonv
nnd Verandah Railing.- My work mil lie executed ttell
as any of that biouglit from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as IoWas the same article can be procured elsewhere." T
AU kinds of Blacksmith Work nt the short est notice. Tho
rniblic are rcaucslcd to iriyq me a call and examine my pat
ferns' and prices, . I will endpavor to give tho utmost satis-
jaCIIOIl. ti iuuLa,u uiuiittii
Cpllcgo Street, opposite ,Uc Firomen's HaJL Nashville,
mavl tf ' ,
IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS. - -npIIE
undersigned would call the attention of the public fo
X Hinkley'sBnproved Patent Elastic Wire Bottom Bcd
Btc.nL for middng which we have purchased the right for
Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to sec it, will please
call at our Ware Rooms, corner of Cherry and Spring sis. -'
McCOMBS "A CORNELIUS.
7Wc also keep constantly .oh hand every Variety of
Cabinet Furniture, of the best material and manufacture,
which we will sell as cheap as any other regular manufactu
rers in the city. All work sold by its as our work we will
warrant good; as wc: keep nothing but what is -made in our
own shop and by tho best workmen. -' McC. & C.
julylO-tf . , ..--;',
De BOWS SOUTHERN-AND WESTERN REVIEW.
Monthly Industrial aad Literary Journal,
PUBLISHED IN NEW-ORLEANS AT 5 IER ANN CM.
ary EditiCT B'onnd, 1840-50, 8 Vols'., S25.
Dr. J. D. Winston residence, llie'.house Idtelvr occupied
, ,Jlr. Armstead, ,pn Vine , street"". bctveen( jChurcJijand
ST. LOUIS AND IfASJTWLLE WEEKL"5T,PACKE,
QPLENDI1) Passenger Steamer, AIoo- " ipfp&iv
O nn, "Gait. Jamm Miu.su. Thia fine uUSfv
Steatiior will lake theplaccof the Wert New:'- r'vEfcn
vu. uuiucuuivuviiic vo nu iuis on mui ivt n nt u-aii.i
FOR: CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE,
.put. niagnimcent nowsteainer, SAIL .fcw&fV 1 the Drug line.
"v viAruj.ik, j!Wr. lull Jrf5.'5V'VuirtIi& I miDl)
r.; ..fm : i .irVTT i O Jockey
vaiiu UVLl UllUi i)4lV JH 111 I a J ill 'Si uuuviv, X T
riHE new and splendid passenger steamer rpt&rtKz K
1 Odd Fellow, C VPT. .10. C. LiJAKE, Ufe?!
will icavo xnasnvinc on ner iiret iriii, on oat- r i.-,-dZ."J -a
fTRS n K. & .7. T)
OFFER tlicir services to ic citizens of. Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Meuicmcand Surgery.
Oflfon on Chorrv slroot nearlhoBank1 of Tonnpinno
XUST RECEIVED. A few of thoso fine BlackSatin
O AprouSlocl-8. A'pplyisoon. T.J. HOUGH, '
- " . , -r--- - -p-:- M4rrtiiti iwiitu -Mir-in w , 'imniAiinTiinnrn
m Trias A''- a ll V I I T r .. ; pTrfOT
, 1 II mifr St'BtO'B: I I j I J I j 1 :IU A,
J. M. ZIMERMAjST.
X. ZTKEH'M AN,
Wholesale Druggist andl'Paaraaceatifiti'
oics xn the ijiojr anb .moktail 4 noons raoit '
TOK SQtJAKE, MaIUCKT St NaSHYIIXK,
HAS just received, by the late rise of water, a large and .
unusually tine slock of .
Drugs, Medicines. and Chemicals, . .
SUEOICAL, -MipWIFEKY -XSl ANATOMICAL iKSTUuilENTS;
l'jjxMr (iis, Visuow Glass, VAKMsms, Sncis, . '
C'OACIt AXD AUTIST Uct'SnKSJ'DflHSTtJPI,
f cupouekv, L'AScr AXir I'uu.v baits;. . . -
Ifjxfi Topru aot lUm ISkhsiies;,
Lctteu ad Cap 1'apeb; Steel Pc,v?,
Inks,, ic.; foiwcco, S-vukhj, ASb'CidAKs; ""
: ' PowotR, SiroT, Lilvd axo Savety tVSE; Vans
Wisw, UjUnmks, Spikir!, Ac.,' Lanoeetu's' Gau-. .
de-v Skeusj Tanxeih' Oil, IJbusiius, ' Ijampuack, ,&c
. rqrebariers, needing auy of the above articles, will do well
o examine the above stock'before purchasing elsewhere,' as
they will find it as extensive, of prune quality, (if not lowfcr)
as low as any other House in Tennessee.
Al.o, Sole Wholesale Agent for Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Williams' l'ulinonic Ualsam, Mexican Mustang Liuimcnt,
Canton Tea Company's Teas,. Dr. J. S Iloughton'a Pepsin,
, J. M. 7j. would. ai.o uuorm Ins menus; ic.,
that lie will hcrealTier be assisted in his busitfess
by Mr, JWUTIMUU-MAMILTON). late of the
linn of McNairv t UuiniUon, who lias been jTor
n.number of years past extensively and favorably known in
the Uivg Hue.
IOIt AltTIGL.ES POR'TJIE TOILET,
Ki'liala do, for tli'e Hair;
Balm Jf Columbia, ' A
Genuine Bear's Oil,
Ilauel'a Eau Lusfrale,
Liquid and Solid Rouge;
t reiicli anu i ancy fcOaps :
Low's celebrated llonev Soap ;:
Roussel's and Hancrs.l'ancy.Soap;
Plain and Fancj'fair Brushes? ' . - '.
' Lubin's Genuine Extracts; ' . -- u
MecnFun; - ' ""l . " 1
-American and French ToiletPowdtis; .u-n j.
Fancy Chalks; . - '- ;-- ' ..
Assorted Dentifrices; . , .
Poniado Divines; for chapped skins;' "-' J
Tooth Brushes, Fancy antt Plain..
Just received by decBO -J. M; ZIMERMAN;
VxTlNDOW GLAiSS.-Window Glass of allnizc3 and
y V of superior quality rccei red and for pdle low by
; liovlo J. M.'HIMERJIAN.
YOD LIVliR OIL. Trhsk's Magnetic Ointmeiit.
J 1 Just received by ; dccSo J. M. ZI.MERMAN.
jINIATURE IVORIES. Artists' Cam-ass, A.rt
i. ists' Bnishes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
ery Shade. Just received b" '
lec20 J. M. ZIMERMAN.
T"IMTSIIES. White Wash, DiisfinW, Crumb, Cloth,
Black, Pope's J lead, Horse, Tanners',' Printers',- Var-
nisli, BluPi Patnt,Jsc., ol assorled sizes. ..lustureceivcdby
i ctcc-'O ... . - J. ji. yii.uh.iiui A.
O Rolls-very old and rich;
100 doz. Cut, in papers; . ' ; '
.rQ do. Scafarlatti Turkish:
Just received and for sale low by
J. M. -ZIMERMAN-.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND TAILORING ESTAB
MENT, No. 11, Cedar Strett, Jite doors from tJie Pu7lic Square,
Tl Ti I Klf.K tiifiv lir Iniiilfl n ohm rt anil wpll snl(Mrtl w!'
YV stock of Cloths, Castmcrcs and Vcstingifjall
of which will be made uii to order in tho mostFash-
ionabie Style and at as short notice as can bo done in auy
cily iii the Union, and at prices to suit f he times.
Ready Made Clothing. Coafs, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment -or . Men's Furnishing
Goods:, S'dk and Merino under Sliirts, Shirts, Stocks,
G lores, Susjwnders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, sijk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Vc,
S'Garmcnts cut at the shortest notice. Please call aud
examine, jan S THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent
TUST RECEIVED. T. J. Hough is now receiving
fi and opening his Fall and Winter stock,- consisting of
Ciotiis. Cdssimtres. Vestinm. iOi. in crcat -arietv andif
latests styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready Made Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to.all at ivliieli
he invites the attention of his friends and the public gener
ally. Man H l1. J. HOUGH.
RECEIVED. A superior assortment of sca-
, consisting of
Black Clqth Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etat Sacks;
Colored " " " " " pants;
" " Sacks; Fancy Cassimcrc do;
Bull white and figured Marseilles Vcsti. .
And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine, and
T. J. J1UUU1I,
rpiIOMAS P. "WILLIAMS' Report of Fashions
X aud Tailors' Magazine, for the Fall of 1852.
jan 8 . T. J. HOUGH, Agent.
-We are agents Rir' tho
liX sale of the celebrated
MAGNOLIA COTTON SEED,
an article which several j'ears experiencevifh some of our
ocst planters Dasprorcii to oaDctlerauapteutojlicldie leu
ncsscQ than any that was ever,grown. Callsoon or they will
all begone. , JOHNSON k SMITH,
SYCAMORE COTTON YARNS A full sumily
ofS"ycamorO Varus, kept constantly on haud-t tao
torypriccs for Cash. RAJIAGE & CHURCH. .
january 1, 1853.
J. T. NATHURST
ROOFER AND MANUFACTURER
Of VTarrtiit Fire and Water I'roqf Comjiojllion.
T DEHJLit unnecessary for me to sav anything in favor or
X this mode or Roofing; lhe constant increase of its popu
larity for the last seven years that it lias been tested in near
ly all' parts of the Union, is lhe best evidence of its' utility
and value. The roof shows foritself '
3t!rOJriceou Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st,
in iloora's block. feb2 ly
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
-James i Dixon, Pres. . Hnj-nr L. Milleu, ec'y.
Capital and Surplus 8300,000.
In-suk.vncc on lives of white persons on tho joint stock
and mutual plan.
also. insurauceon ttie lives of iNcgrocs, on rcasonamo
terms. S. 1L LOOMIS,
jan 15 Gm igQtr
-Growth of 1852.-
X" 10 banclUied Clover Seed.
j?n i...Jl.-i,. 1i. n u.i.
.vims uuauvia i'iliu c?tvil,
Ji7r do Herds Gitiss Seed; Tcccived by T. WELLS,
jan 1 2 eol in Market street, Nashville.
Goods at Wholesale.
"AXORGAN Ss CO. arc now receiving and openihga
JLtJL large and an unusually attractive, stock of SPRING
GOODS, ombracing a much'larger variety, and richer styles
Tif FANCY GOODS than they have ever heretofore had it
iu their power to offer to tlie retail trade. Feeling confi
dent of their ability to give entire satisfactionjither.solicit an
inspection of their stock and an examination of iheir prices
by those, desirous of purchasing. janl-1 trwCw
THESTATE MUTOALIfIRE INSURANT C0i OF PA.
a. j. ciLLiTT, sec'y. j. u. nnmnRronD, pres.
Capital s$250?000 !
'(OjRec-ori Cedar street, orer the Mutual Protection his Oh)
WILL take Jire risks in limited amounts, on city -6r
counlry properly.- Policies' issued and, Losso3;ad-
just,cdrana,4nct.attlie omcc iu iXasliyillc.
' Rlit'encsCps Tj. J. Levy,
. ' " 1 BVCom'ege-s, Cashier of t'liil. Bank,
W.I.. Shaffer, " Girard" rPhiladehi.-
Itev. Alexander Campbell, BcthanjvYu,,,,, .i'l
Patrick & Brand, Bankers, Pittsburg.'" ' 4
-'W; H. BuiToiigh, IrvinlRJtiseV 'NcwXork. T
ii G. W. Copclcn, Omcuiuaii, - i'.
,i .. . , JOHN G. FERGUSON- ,
Nashville, Febrnary 2, lS58-r-6m
ARP;ET 15 AGS.--Just received a .Que .lot of -Carpet
"Bags "and for sale by
janio MYERS t McGlLlZ
T'EMOVAL.-DR.B. W. HALL has removed, to' the
l"i office and residence' On CherrJ;: sfrcct opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' 'CabmetWarcrboms.
. Jimij. - r . .
" LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST! i ' '
rTTUlB subscriber ,Iui75iiss.Qciatod;thcmselyes fogoiher for
1 ; the purpose 6f carrying on a gGiieral agenpy" business
ui buying anu selling negroes.
Wecarttitall times be found afour office, No. 83, Cedar
street between Cherrynnd Summer, where- wchavo erect
ed .safe.and comlorfabfe ouarfcrs for keeping-any iiumber of
negroes, aud those wishing to sell mnybc assured of getting
the highest; market price, as we will either buy on our own
account' or sell on commission fpr pthc'rs.. Wc plcdgo opr
solved to obev'instruciibnsJand esnecially promise tb'be'par-
ticular? in selecting godd homes for favorito; Berrants; -wiUi-onttscparating
faijnlies... fiABBS'&JIQftT , ,
TIevs'w. PnirpHB. f?!lfSfviiinfr.
; J63. WT Cadis', Nashville. " jan2G
UNITED STATES HOTEL. . ;
AUGUSTA. GA: - 1
mnEabove HOTEL isiiowonc'n for the rcce'ntion:0f
-Jb PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS.,
This loti". established and well-known! House Juts
gone ,a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished wj'Ui
Ji.V.'.i.'-.r f.'.i.':. Ai- rTTTrrrmrTtvv- - -
uuw-ium lusuioucuic r ur.ixi a u xiii. .,
The TABLE will ahvavs bo simnllcdtwim-tfic'- BEST-
market affords.-and the i;rbnrietol'?tnLsfs;,by a- sysWr
coiirsii both withservanfe anil thAietetion3'CUio
generally,, he will b enablodjoy0 cntl1 salisJacliiaj
NASHVILLE, SATURDAY, MAEQH 5, 1853.
THE UNITED ITEEHEirS JNSUEAIfCE COMPANY- 01
GAPtTA 100,000 DOLLARS!!
CHarfercd ly tiie State.
rrSlUS Company having fiilly organized, is
X now really to take, risks on all desenp-gj-'iions
of propei'ty, against loss or1 damages hy -mEzfik
fir nrminstiierils of tlio sea or inland tmv- reyt?
ijration.-l.'roi)osuioil3 for jnsunmcc will be received at the-
olllcc .ol.lhe AashvUlelusnranceand 'irust U0., college sju
A. W. JOlIiS'tjOi, JTcsidenu
3. S.-DASiHCLt, Secy.- - rNastiville, Oct. B, 1852.
I" MSOffiKCIAL .INSUEANCE C0MPA2JYT
. , ' f CUAULE5TO.V, 50UTII CAUOmfA.
Cauital $250,000: All Paid In. -. ,
JIAYE been appointed Agent of the above Coppany
Nashville, aud am luliy preparea to wkc juariue,
iiiver lliSKS, on me mosi iavomuio icnixa.
A'full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen atthoolfico of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street.
1 Sepi3 JOHN S, DASIIIELL,
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
- OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE. -
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post Office, and
J; opposite the Vcrandiiu, will insure on ine muiuai pnn
fiirpJiandii'is. Ac. anainst Loss or Damage by
"Fire;, steamboats on any of .the A esfcrn wafers against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of Vessels of
' every dcscriiition against tliel'crils of the ScaSand Rivers.
Also; the Lives of persons In good health, for a single year,
for, a lerm,of .years, .or during life.. Also, Bank Notes trans-
j ' All,persp'ns'ha-ing their "lives or propprty 'insured: in Jthis;
"Institution,-are entitled td a full participation in stll the 'prof-
its, wiUioutany'IiaWmy to loss ueyouu iuc amouiu ui rre-
miums which they may pay.
t S. PILCHER, President,
J..B. JOHNSON, Vice Piesidpnt
" C. J. F, Wn.virrox, Secretary. janl
TENNESSEE MARINE .AND FIRE INSURANCE C0M-
. " PANY. CAPITAL $150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, mjdway
between tho Nashville'Inn and the Planters Bank.
They "will make insurance op nouses and Goods of every de
Scritition against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against lire
.... . P - i, - ji . ri ' , -z V- 1 1 . . X,. .
ailU tllOriSK Ol'inc nver; un uie oargi) yi iveei iuu mm
,other river crafis, and on sca vessels and other cargoes, ,on
the usual terms. JOHN -M. HILL) Prcsideut.
Joskph Yaulx, fcccrctary. .
DiimcTOus. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fog", W. R. EllLston,-Jno. M: Boss, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Scay, Matthew Watson, J. J. White,- Jacob McGavock.
janl : . ;
JETNA INSURANCE COIATANir ' OF HARTFORD, CT.
Chartered ' in 110. thplfalfilM: all paid in. Assets
' inmtAlm, January last SAW,): '
S. L. LOOM IS, Secy. TJI0. K. BRACE, Pres.
nIlE'imdei-sitrned 'hasibeen appointed Agent of ihte Com-
X''panyoeof the, pldcat.auAjnost able in. the United
States, having nearly or nuiiehalf a million of Dollars safely
invested' ai tins time for th'e safety of policy-holders -and is
prepared 'fo issue Policies on as favorable terms as' any other
rosponsibld oflicc, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es
fablishments,and all. other, kinds of Jluildings; on Uouseliold
-Office N. Wv Corner Public Square, opp., Flaptors' Bank.
INSURANCE ON NEGROES.
HOUSE, Servants,. Farm Hands, Steamboat F.ireracn,
Cabin Boys, S;cv at customary rates' of Prcmiiinn
Policies issued aud losses promptly adjusted at the Nashville'
Agency. JOSEPH NASH, Agent,'
AStna Insurance Conlpanyof Hartford Office N. W. Cow
ner Public Square, opposite Planters' Bank.
NASHVILLE, STEAM, MARBLE WORKS.; :
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
waiiketst., opposite johxsos&houne's tobacco warehouse,
" NASHVILLE, TENN.
jlTarlh WarcrOoms ul the old stand' Corner of Sumner and
HAYING made extensive enlargements' in my Marble
Works, my facilities arc such that . I can execute all
kinds of work in tlie mast tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dona in any of tho Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on tho corner of Spring jmd
Summer streets, specimens may bceeh winch will enable
Sersons lo judge for themselves, which is the best method,
laving, on hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a line assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
, Marble, which I will sell low to tho trade, wholesale jindfo
' tail.fmishcd or' in. the lough state.
A large assortment ol Monuments', Tombs, Baptismal
Founts, Unxs, Yases,.Gap.dex Fiaunts, Giu.vk Stones; &c,
cjurvedand lettered to order. Fuiinitukp. Makble cxccnlcd
to order and sent lo any partof the South AVest as cheap as
itcanheptdcutedfromtho East Also. Mauble MantULs,
of every description, plain or carved. BuiuSinu Stoxk, sold
Wholesale ami Retail.
All orders left, at my Ware-Rooms pn the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, - meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful fo
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hope by strict attention to business lo merit a. continuance
r of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
iouiu xy ,
CR17TCHFIELD HOUSE, FORMERLY GRIFFINH0USE,
THIS well kliown Hotel situated within a few sfeps
ol the passenger car landing of the Western and
Atlantic railroad is uow open under the supervision of
Thomas Crufchfield, assisted by Mr. AV. F. Bryson and
Lady. This House whilo under tlie control of Colonel J. J.
Gritlinacquircda very high roputation as a first class hotel.
'The present proprietor having secured the services' of Col.
'Grithri's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, andliavingfiunished the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and meritpubhc
patronage. Passengers can he accommodated with an omni
bus to and from the boats. TI10S. CRUTCHFIELD,
feb21 -ly Proprietor.
CLOTHING CITY MANUFACTORY HOME INDUS
TRY. I KEEP' constantly on hand a full supply of all kinds of
gentlemen's wearing npparelj made up in the very best
manner under iny own. superintendancc, aud, would oisk my
friends and tlie public to give me a call and convince tlicraV
selves, it is their own advantage, asljcnowl can .suit thfjm
in priee. t r A. SANDHOUSE; '
dec 1 Market street, six doors from tho square.
QUEEHSW ARE at REDUCED PRICES FOR C AShHoNLY
HAVING .purchased .of Mr. W. Gilliam his very largo
and well assorted stock of iuccnsurarc? Glass
and Clu.ua, a great portion of which is of late importa
tions, lam now-prepared to furnish all who may fa-orme
with a call, with Quccnswarc, &c, very low for cash.,
Country Merchants would find it to their interest to givo
me a call.
Close personal attention will be given to business, and good
niifikhrs oinnlnvnd. 1U!
PS? Kjaii at uuiiam s uiu Manu, norursiucoi incruDiic
quaro Nashville Tenn. foc7-tfm J. C. DARD.EN.
PATENT CHOPPING MILL, :
For Chopping Corn or other Grain,
An article wliicfi every Farmer sliould have.
IT will grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
live buhols an hour cither fine for bread or coarser for
stock and is so simple in its construction, that any boy
'twelve years, old can, keep it iu order audtun.it It is adap
ted lo cither steam, W.ater or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing, and 'selling
ihc above Mill, in Tennessee, fo Messrs. J. R. Cowan atid A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase- can ,
mm tliem at J.iM. bcauury s, on uouego street, .where tuoy
will be happy to take orders. BOSS, & ADAMS, ,
aug2S. , .
"" '. rnnirrvr. sTmrKR. '.
WE liavolust received froui the best foundries, in Cin
c'mnat?, a Iargoupply'of tlio i following' COOKING
. 'Snt HobsiKii STATia Cookixc Stoves ; three different sizes.
. Tiik Ino.vrps PitcMiuM Cooklvg Stoves; with G; holes, one
ofShe best aiid cheapest stoves before lhe public. , , , ,
TriK Cement' Cook &rovE,.a new air tight stove, irarranfed
lb work-well. 4 ' ' "
' JThe JlENTUCKrAN-Coo'ifSroTO; Nos.2and 8. '.'.
he-Doublo Oven Cookinc Stores, .i!...
,Fremium Stoves of various patterns, and at prices so .low
that no one can undersell us. . . . .
We have also received a specimen of a new stove, -HE
PENNSYLVANIAN, which comes highly recommended
andiahelioved to be one of thc.bcst and-most improrcd
s.Ujvca.Jatelymanufiictured, well worthy the atfention.of auy
faniily wanting a largo and,fii"stralostoye. r. ,
; Our stock of HEATING AND PARLOUR STOVES, is
too large for this advanced stage pf the season.' To Teduce!
it, w6 will sell large" Church and Hall Stoves' for' cash at a
smatl advance above cost.. . .
, .SNOW, MACKENZIE & , CO.
tfashviIIe,Feb.l8, 185', .
"ATOTICE. Iu.conscouence of tho Fire on Friday mora? i
mg; we are compelled to suspend business for some-
time, but-i-ill commence again as soon as we can prdcure a5 '
siitable h0us6,-of which duendticd will be given.' In tho
meantimqwchoiKs our friends winterer indebted to.us, andlo.
Ewin; Browi Co., will come forwardand gcltlo.up without
delay, jffiat wcnay meet our, own engagements pronipily,.
Wo'cari be'fonnd at N,i8, on tho square John iJichol a'
old'staiKt r?-, ."--
Wei.would iilsofal"ettiisoccasion"to express our-grateful?
wiiuinksto'thoso who Mfetkindly favored ua and bur prede-;
Furniture and Merchandise m general, ciuier in tno city or
country, against Loss or Damago by Fire. Also, against tho
hazards of I'nlandTrausnortalion by all the'usuul routes and
r" Keeesdrs, with, tbeir jtmmmgSi to the Fire Cpmpanes and.
U1' t yaiizens, to whoso iiSpoius we are mainly Indebted Tor
jOTiatot our goous -svere stvre, anu, to tuose ianu menus. wnp
j-mi)fithise with us in' oiWldfc?
fWgfer..- EWIN: BROTHERS.,
TJ3 JLEAD. lObbls1
rireivcd,ttiid forsalc lojr
Dcalers'in Cbfea aiid ToT)acco,"3leceiving and For-
woxuiug jaercaant3, Steamboat AgentSj &c.,
apnll . BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
MAD.tSTEATrp.V. , . 0. P. SMirp. A. W. JOIIXSO.Y.
. ... STEATTON, SMITH & Co.,
molesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,'
'Corner of Broad alrhi Streets, " : -
HAVING, disposed of an interest in.lbe Grocery, deparf
, ment. ot our business to Mr. Maimsok f?!" tt.
'same will Jrom -tlua1 date be conducted iiniWTi;'
STKATT0N, SMITH & Co.atour old stand, ou tha come
of Market and Broad streets. -
Ourstock, nqwjunple, will be kept so. by lareoaccessicn
every few davs'. to whicli we invite the attenliW nnA .
- licit a 'call from merchants in tho couutn- as wrfl -;i
dealers, being dctennined to sell as low as any house in th
cityl' Our terms cash uiid cash only,
yiprd, 1352? JOIINSON & SMITH.
RAMAGE & CHURCH.
Wnolesalo and detail Dealers in Boots, Shoes,
Caps, Trunks,- Valises an&'Carpelr Bags,
Coixege street, Nasuville, T-VX.
WILLIAMS, AGENT OF JOHN WILLIAMS,
' Sr Urayina. bTiusEK New Okleas, . - ,
HAS taken. an, office on College street, on the seconi'.
floor, above the Merchants' Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is; prepared to make caslyulvances ou all Cotton
Tobacco, Ac.7 consigned to said House," Or to fuinish supphe
toPJantcrs or others who wish to ship lo'Ncw Orleans.
se2 Cm '
" . . . . A. HAMILTON, .
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarug''and Commis3io
Merchant, ' ?-
. oct3 NASHVILLE, TENN. .
' K. J. MORniS. ' ' ' . ' -TU03. K STR.VTTO.N.
.: : ,. -i- - MORRIS & STRATT0N,
". ?. (Successors: to IjANmt, Mopjus & Coy . J
Commission and; Forwarding Merchants and Whqlesal
' 'Grfn&r of MarJccl and Clark Streets. 2TdsJtnlie.
CTX7E have' novv in. store a large stock' of Groceries,!
V,VW quors, .Wines, .etc., .which wi)l be sold at the lpwc.
market price's, for" cash or barter. ' sep!7 ,
GEO. W. SCAV.
T1I03. C. KATIS.
SEAY; BATES & CO.,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WIIAKF, CIIARLESTOX,.S.
a'ug2i)' tnvtf ' .
' 'LAW 2T0TICE.
W. II. HUMPHREYS & TIIOMAS BARRY ,
HAVE associated ihemsclvcs fogefher in lhe practicd
the Law. Office, on the Public Square, opposite th
Planters' Bank, Nashville, Tenn. ' feb21
T1TAVE this day associated w'Ui me in the Saddling Bu
t -r t ftAir mi
uo, iuess,iny,fqu, u. -u. aliXuuu a nc uusmoss, in iiuure.
will b"e" conducted in iTja name of J. 1). March' fe Son. Al
persons indebted to nio, by'riote oraccounf, will please com
up and make payment. J., D. MARCH;
SgT Thankful for the. liberal share of patronage licrcto
forea continuance of the same is j-espccluillysolicitcd.
' . jan2 ' ' J. D. MAlfCH & SON.
r ' 1 r
OLIVKIl P., M KOEEKTS. ALEX. K. Ji'KCB."
' ' M'ROBERTS & M'KEE,'
: Wholesale Grocers. and Coinmissiou
M J3 R Gil A N .T.S .
k. . MARKE1 ST, 4 Doors froin BROAD ST.,
" ' ' NASHVILLE, 'TENN. ' ' '
.-April 20,lSg27-Iy - ,
.' ' NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
TENJA3IIN P. SHIELDS & CO., haying per:
XJ. maiiently lpcatcd themscl ves at Novv Orleans, oll'or their
. ami General Agents, and 'solicit- consignments of all
,, kinds of AVestern Produce, feeling, confident that they can
.urn npic jjjusiuuuuu iy an who mavejitrust tnpir inter'
est to their care. Proceeds of sales, will be 'invanably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
' P. S. Extensive annngementsjnade'for the receiving and
forwarding of cveryspeces of Merchandise, -at red'ueed rates,
from chai-gcsat tins point. Orders for Gncerics and Insur
ance Risks, with the collection of Dills, Drafts, Ac, attended
to without delay. BENJC F. SHIELDS '& CO.
DEALERS IS EVEIir DKSCIUPTION" Or
Ladios' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and. Fancy, Goods,
On College slrtet, -one door South of (to Square. ' .
'HE It E
found at. all times
a largos assort
ment of Wjuchca
ter's, Davis &
Jun'oV, Ar Myers'
Scam Shirts, .of
with Linen Bo
sohis, G ingham,
Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Sliaked
Silk; Cashmere, Vigonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel,,
ladies and gentlemen, Genfa ClotltGattqrs,- Gloves, EJn
Silk, Buck. -Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,-
Cuff Gloves, and Ladies and Genlleineu's. Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Tics, Walcrfords, Albert,
De. Joiriville's, plain, Enib'd and sclf-udjustiug, Crivats
c.,.,..r, iiiT- .n,iwi,;ii.i;,i ci..iij r Cc.
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Chambre", Umbrellasi Walk
ing Canes, Ruling. Whips, Trunks, Sole liCathcr, Valise's,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Cases, Work Boxe 3, Toi
lets, 0.pera. Ghisses, Porte, Monies, Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum GockIs.
"Perfumerv. Toilet Bottles. Pocket Cutlery. tc. anu
a large assortment of other arlidea,"uiuallyikept; byr-Fur-'
lilVolinv(mnilonrrnnnTmmilRn'it1i niir frioiula nt llin
ronn to ionvara" us uooas as soon as recciveu oy mem,
therefore we shall have goods hero in lessthau ten days,
jrom the Now York Custom House.
MYERS & McGILL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
J. 3L. CURREY, CABINET MAKER AND FUNERAL
TS now furnished with good workmen
X and well seasoned material to maku.
,toorder-all kinds of furniture at short no
tice. REPAUtlNG done in tho best style and upon very
I canJiavc furniture moved in a firsrato car, and by care
ful handswhenrcalled upon. Persons having turning to do,
will firid it to thoTr interest, to give me a call,.as l have a
'firstrafe Lathe and turner.
; Undertaking Coffins of every do$criptiony always oh
hand, whicli will be furnished nt prices. good deal lower
than heretofore furnished in this cify. I will give my per
sonal attchti6n to funerals both in the city any country, with
good hearses, gentle horses and careful drivers. All orders
left at my sales room on Collego street, opposite the Sewancb
House or at my shop near the Depot,, will be punctually-attended
to. M3-self or clerk can always be found at the store,
.ready fo wait on custOmorg, both higlit and day. ' nor25
BEN. M. JT0EL & BR0., . "
Grocery and Cbmmission, Receiving Ttnd
And Doalers'in Foreign and' Domestic' Liquor's. '
: , COLLEGE JSTREET., '
LIQUORS AltfD TOBACCO. - 5
4uQ bbbrSam Hale's Whisky,- 100'bbls Drans Whisky;
5u,bbls Old Monongahela do. - iBro-n's D Ddo:
50 " American Brandy; 40 " " S M Wine,
20 " Old Port Wine; 25 " NE-Kum;-.
5f Pipes. Old Brandy,, best brands; , -
1 Pipe TrisTiWlnsky; .SOBaskcfsChampafgiic;
0 boxes of Weber's Ginger and Raspberry-Brandies;
52TIpeslIdTland'Gin: 20 bblnencatfGm: " "'
60;is,GuiTJbncsiiTobacco; COiHWlk'eVAle;'- a.
s Gus rJbncsiJrobacco; 50 H Walkerfe Ale;
Young.&BirdeweU'sdo-; 20bxs Allison's Tobacco;
P M'BoerzNol do; 80 'Fennel's do
20 u ft.,.. Goldlaf do
10i " Fenii-s
10 " BIDaily?s ffo
5' '-StE "White's do
In store and for sale by
"' feblif - . .
20- " MisstVuri'
10- Sam Wools'5's
5 " Rtnd & Nash's"
beni-m: noel & ojro:
IKjntTers, Silk, AVoplcn aud'Cotoq "NiglitOaps, jOU Silk JLtaili
iii W1' . u '' -1 I v -ti'i oyuig: iua line occupies, uicmgii.rouuig aim ueuiuiyuuuu-iiguaj-raclo;
. ' .',2o,j)00-Im ported Cigars;'. . try internlediate between the Mississippi and Tennessee
d,MoIassesL 5T),0O'Melee do;-"' " Riversby bothoflwhidi rivers easy access can-be had-to
SOO.halvcs do do;
30 tieices 1
500"cans do; j-th a , c
SflOi'bbla BtLjslMulsa,lour; .
1PQ. itl. Cmcinnativ. do;g
. a caaxB .u-iiea.-fltanaer:; ,
- ouia , copperas; ,
, 20 bagsFepper;.. i ., .
' 15 Spice; ; . . rhll
,800 reama.'Wrap.- Eapar; ,4
500 lbs, Kanawha Salt ;,
100 doz. liroomsr
20-kegs Shot and Lead:
25 bblsXIolden'Syfup; , - -0 bbfs MaqkeVelj ;" i
80 bbls arid half bblS Grackers:
50 bbls-Ix)af,-'Crushed -andPowdered Sugar;
S00 boxes atid half boxes Raisins; '
uustTeceiv6d,'"i'dfoV side-by BESTi-lCOEL &.BR0,
feblO. '""' L - '
. r I. V!. Which W6 wul give the higncst marfcet price: , .p, -AST.
I tcblo'6 BEN. M". NOEL & BRO
CUREEY & MAE.TBT.
NEW AND FRKSiTaKRIVALS, BY "
. r CUJUtEX & MARTIN.
CII EXISTS Akl) DRITG GISTS.
No. $$, Hxiox'STBKirrf-'s.isnvm teot.' '
I i O Gross
IloU'liev's Kiifrlih flil rli,ii- r-
r-,..JlA x"i tendon. .
1 -p, ' L awuu wiuia
iber, Ullramanue U ni,f. i.w.inn o..:'
tine, Ac., &c ui xurpen.
1 Gross Dr.- S. O. Ricliardsou's Sherry Wino
Bitfcrs-a pleasant Touicreeom.)il5,lded in many of he
disaises causel by derangement orthe org,uis of Di-estion
TmcopuKEpus orM.EDiavTED Cqmiqu.vd; both.unrh-alled for
their efficacy m restoring, preserving and adorning the
orTss,Fresto? s&crriU?? Flavoring' Extract
pure and frelTD' 'dU- AIinond in'UJose warranted
1-2 Cross .Preston.&'Mcrrills Vonf Tn,T-,l,.
-unsurpas.ed for their cinvonieiice for .1i!.n,
- -aifrNexvlIcipj-Crovvthof 18527'" J t
-XJliWGS, . t.--"vv
.'. JIEWCINESV " l"
y ' '' CIIEJIICAI, - ' -
r i : .GARDEN AND . '
, - FLOWER SEEDS, . - "
- paints, oris, ' '
, VW.,1 - - e lwv' coniplete. For sale low for
vu uuuroi icrins 10 punctual ueatcrs.
; jan 21 .
I r .
' CURRV & MARTIN.
TUST- RECEIVED. 300 KWs Wis-
tl 20 casks London Porter, qiuu tsand piiitS; ' ,
uiic iv,v p up in uieuuic-pounu
.80 boxes MR Raisins, fresh; . ;
20 do Champagne, superiftr article; ' '
15 flasks fine Otard Dupny'Brandres, vinlage-V 1S10-
5 half-casks. Port Wine, superior article; . j.:
700 barrels Cincinnati Flour; 't.,.,J
' 60 do' St Louis- do; '' '."- -;r
,.Qft do Pike's Magnolia Whif.kj-1 - , .-
100 do Deave & "Navsnl's do?
" .Vitjlnan.v'otlier articles too tediouif-to mention; wliich we
, will sell cheap fer cash,
. ii. . -
WEAKLY & RUTHKRFORD.
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
Tlie Rem'edyover till Remedies for Vic Diseases o'the Lxtar l
Dtitpepsia, EiilaraeinfM and IhiLtmdtion. of1 tM, ,
lharUiurns Colic Flalalencc, Files, Conslirpatn, all
' diseases of tJie Doted, and suchdfseises s arie from a
disorderd state of tie StoiiacL' Liter 6i' Jlotivh?' a.
is npt iu
nPHE in ventor of ibis preparation was for three, vears s.
ju compiciciyprosiraieuiioui wt-spcnsia and inactivity of I
.v.jij.t-i tiiuLiiu itjiuuUL-iuiv- lurwcess alanine unable to
raise himself from his bed. Ho sought aid from physician?
at home aud ni Europe, butinvaiii; hw'cascwaS pronounced
hqpelessby thpusands, and it was by accident that he auc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicipg med
icine, his success in such cases has" been unrivalled. He
has bem aware of the incredulity of the public, jmd conse
qucntly said nothing, through the press of his own case
uutd the- character of i he medichie.was fully established'
by lis success; as shown by the certificates' which haveDeou
; I subjoin the certificate of Prof.' M. Gabbeiit, of 'McmpW
,-Tenn? with .whom lollcn adTised during tho tinur ot my
: Tl ' Memphis; Tenn., April 1,1552.
I horebycertifythatlhava bceu acquainted with DrJ
N. Bledsoe and some years wra ho wMrMumi r i,ni.
lower than I have ever seen anyone' that afterwards recover
,ed, with what Psupposed to be Dyspepsia and, Liver hilectfon,
.munci irmig luupicscripiionsor many I'liysicians in this
as.wella3 other-countries, witliout relief, he finally su6eeded
mtU a preparation of his owu in being restored to trood
health. M. GABRRkT t Y
Physicians are requested to try .this; preparation. Wo
feci satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in this
HlfiCTSVILLn. .Taniiiirvioi IQ'IO
-I tike the liberty aud fell it to. be my iluty
all persons suffering- from disease of the
to recommend to-'
st9mach and botyels, your Ajierative Compound, as a very
sciic'rior meaicinc. My son, aged 15 years , had.bcen under
medical tmUment'about live years for ilyspepsia-and diar
rhcii when having almost despaired of his recovery I con
eluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of whicli, 1 believe
entirely cured him'. MICAJAH CAYCE '
" ' - ' lTronsTxi Oct 17,1352.
- ui Dn.-BLFJ)SO!: Sometime has eliinSed u Dc-r'rari' k
h tificato Unit my yife had; been greatly beneh'teit by your
jviiuranvL' iiuuipuiiuu. i non- inKo pleasure in saying to
tho public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to tlio-worst kiud of spells Of cramp m the stomach
from dyspepsia. I liad irj'ed of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians iu the place and a great many difleren
mcAlicincs,wUlr momentary relief. Bemg jeisuaded to try
your alterative comjMJiind, 1 did so audi am happy to say
that it has entirely Cured her; and I would conscientiously
rpcommeud.it, to .all persons suffering from diseases of tho
livcr.aiid dyspepsia. ' N.B.ROBERTSON.
Vr. Iiledsou Havincr seen lhe nuhhcjiimn nf mm. a u..
-ativc Compound, I'think itniyduty tosay fo thepublic; that
x uau oeeu igr years suujeci jo speus 01 uramp (Jolierin lU
worst form; thafl had'tried almost evrv thinrrthnL is m.
' ven by physicians, and nevtir found any thing that would ccr-
laiiny reneve ine, unui i inea xiieaoove.meUiaue,yhichjas
relieved me in every attack, in less than an hour.
- WM. B. LLO YD.
Giles CQu.vrr, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
' Dit. Bledsoe : I feel Hint I should fall short of jny duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I Hot to further
recommend vour Alterative Comnound. It Im onf ;ntv -
-hered-me, so that I hive not had cansoldtake anything in
two months. I cap eat anything I want with impunity, and
oeneve my ncniiii is as goou as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call ou you. I amj-cry respectfully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARW00D.
XXUATSV1I.I.K, ilia., August
Tliis is to certify, that I had suffered for many
ntTSViLLE, Ala., August 24, 1851.
Dppepsui and Diseases of tho Liver. Physician after Phy-
Biuiiui mm miauiuuu im uiu iviujuufc inv receiving any Den-
clit, when 1 commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, nnd 1 recommend it
because of the Bame happy effect upon others of iny acquaint
ance. JOSEPH CAROTHEItS.
nirNTSViLLE, Ala., March 8, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: Sin I Judging from the certificates von
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary forme
to add further evidence in regard to tho .healing virtues of
yourCompound; but I must say, that lor years 1 suffered, a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thoturlit that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing ypur eompouud about nine. weeks since,; and have-gained
25'or CO pounds, and feel about as well as 1 ever did.
HENRY J, GOFF.
IjggTThe abovo medicine is forsalc in BVery Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSHOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine; "gTTrice SI per pint Bottle iovl.8-r-lyd tr
TnE MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY,
hereby offer for Contract tho 'Gradiation, Masonrt
ANix.BKiDGiscof C7 miles mora of-tlicir road in North Mis
sissippi, extendingfrom the North liue,of Chickasaw County
to the Tennessee btate line, and passing through Itawamba-
and T'ishamingo counties.
Also, 118 miles more ofsaid roatunthe Western Dis?
trict of Tennessee, ami passing; through McNairy, Hender
son, Jifauison, ijribson anauuion counties.
The Lino will bo. ready for inspection in Tennessee, on
arid afler-the 1st of March, aud in Mississippi on and after
25tli .March-next ' "
Plans,-profiles and specifications, will be exhibited, pro
posals received under -seal, and' contracts made at the fol
lowing times and places to wit: .. ' . ..
March 10th to lflth inclusive, atTrcnton, forline through
Obion arid Gibson counties. , ( .
March 20tli to o0th, 'inclusi-e, at Jackson, fdr 'line through
April 5th to 15th inclusive, at Carrplville, Tishamingp
county' Miss., for line through Itawamba and TishaminRff
, . , i
i P.rotilps can be seen, and. other information obtained, as,
follows ' ..,..
,:Aflcri st of Marchat Trentori, of De; Hess, Agent
At Jackson, of Mr. Stevens. Encrineer.
-And'affer 25lh of March, ai'CariOl villc, of the Rcsillenf
jingmcer: . i . .
Somo portions of the 185 miles now offered for contracts,,
are heavy cuttings and filling, arid the whole lino very de-:
arable workp tho liglitgmdings being mostly from sideiiori
mrvniiik ovris.if- any (. or j?ncr,
from' ichkk Ladies frequcntbj suffer, there
A.eqvvlm'tJie trMf Malma Mtdica.
irauspo ajmonas; i an pomus.pi tjie, WOTic; py an average iann raxei,oi isiojh
ieices Rice-. " ' miles'." Within, a short time tinerthislcltiug, S91 miles more
and.tha!lastcl'themamtrcw - illbeJready fr.cQBtract;to-
getuer witn aooutrOOAi mues oi Draucn.- rpaos.
The nttenlibn of Cohiractbra ikirivited tt the work; above
, described, asTOost-advantageousfortbeirprofitble employ
ment,- in consequence of the all uvial cnaractcr, ot tuecoHatry,
low price of mtevisions and animals; and.a very tcmerate and
salubfiSus' climate".. JOntfCHlLDE,
THL ANNEIiS.wAice Stqck of PinkiTBne,andiJA'hij9,
, jl unsnrmsmg jiauncis, uicu uaioeouu ouier cucap
i er Fjannels, wuTch we" an sellinglow-." . " "
;i) 6igeils' pen1 ia$rrig;w:kwm VmU
jjlMitepgeis ri30 rxeiewatea I'eni Jvnvt. ot - vano j
'patterns and.priccST expressly tor city trade,. ht received,
land offercflTJ focW 'FALE& CUNNrXGK.MM. 'l
JfOHCE OP CO-PASTNEXSHIP. -----
J HAVE this; day associated with me. in business, Mr.
KOBERT H WHITE. The business willJiereaftcr b
conducted at my bld store under the firm of STEVENSON
& WHITE. In reterning'.nay thanks to my many friends
and the public for the liberal patronage which I have re
ceived, 1 respcctfulljrsolicit a continuance of the samo to tho
new firm. janl,1858 L. D. STEVENSON.
LEAXDCtt D. STKriLVSO.V. KOBECT L. WHITE.
STEVENSON' & WHITE,, .
Dealers ia staple and Fancy Drv Goods.-.;
ixwroftha Siuareaml (JWeoe&retL iaihcill.
W i i ,nsI ones or the largest and best assort-
inVli.'. ?tockf 1 S00 n the city., winch we arclhyxiQUS
to reduce, to maka room for n,,r u.J,Z,
and Wiawls. at cost. janG STEVElVSOX A WHITE
i tjnnn Silks: 5?mnll llmir.i HnaUS:
Neat Cheeked Silks: plaid Cashmeres: '-ri-ji
i rench, English and German Merinoes, in all colors, plain:
Ijelics mall colors; Plain Cashmeres. ;
n-ili i iii T " cnt of the above goods winch wo
jv in scuat cry reduced inp,.-i
STEVENSON & WHITE.
MOURNING GOODS.-We have a beautiful asort
., . me,l,tr?uS5as Alaiwcas,De Lanes, Canton ClSllis,
-black English Crape, Italian do, Bombaxines, Silks anddtib
bons, Crape Veils, Mourning Handkerchiefs, Hoiserr, Col
lars and Sleeves, Gloves, Ac. ,
J"an6 STEVENSON & WHITE.
- tsilt. MeriUO. Sh:ikor Kl .i.nol .l I ,!.. ir. .i it..
-der blurts and Drawers; Silk. Merino. IJun!,' Wi
i r , , nr?a nice assortment of Patent Shirts. anil' Col-
anu x-aucy UravaU, blocks, Scarfs, Ac; Kid.
Buck; Beavw. Fur ami Wnr.1 f:inv,.CT ' ....t ' .3 -.- ' 7
, Black and Fancy French Cloths, Qassimervs aud Vesting,
; x f w nub wiij m
STEVENSON it WHITE.
W1,? ROODSIWcachedJIusliiu in ercrr qua!-c'--
!,l5,C!V; led,P.ri,I!,,rs' Jaconet Cmnbrics. Muslins,
. SwLsa Muslm Check'd and Strip'd iruslins; Hajr Cord,
Check'dand Sfrm'd Cir,I- fn.ii,, u.,ii. n.i V.-sii.. '
. French and Mamsook TwiUs. Book Twills i oi..fc,
hayea large assortment or thoabovo Goods,, whickwewill
8011 Tery janl STEVENSON .t Wi I LT.E.
7 URS, We have a beautiful assortment, whiclnwiil bu
. sold at greatly reduced nrice.
: greatly reduced prices.
STEVENSON & WniTB.
Pi.IUUiUER .Cologno Water, Extracts Hain.0ils
and Soaps, from, the best French Perfumers. , ,
J?"6 STEVENSON .t WI1TH
Beautiful Yal. Lace (
AND LACK conns
Chemizetts Mill! SIVi ill ifiK
iionuon f jico uo do, Aeedltr Work do, Honitou Ice-frim-
meu uo. uonitou al. and Needle-worked Sleeves, Collars
Yalencienes; Laces, Edgings and Inserting, Swiss ami
Jawnets Insertiuga and Edgings, Black and white Lace
Capes, Black and fciilk Laces, Jacouet and Swiss Buttings,
AC.-,- Ac n
Hoiise-Funushing Goods. Rich Satin Lace' fur
W mdow Curtains, with trimmings to match, Curtain' Dam
ask m variety Lace ami Miulin Curtains. extni'Ri'ch
Table Damasks, iii all qualities, Towel Diapeis, Towels and
Napkins of all kinds, Barusleys, 10-1,1 M and 1-2-4 linen
fahectmg, lL'-niusIin do, Frencli, English mid American
Furniture Prints. a . -
I.adies Hosiery, Gloves and Umlcrivcar.'
Silk. Merino and Iiamb-'s W.xd Vests and Drawers, Union
Dresses, Silk, Merino, Linen, and Cotton Hosiery fon ladies.
Misses, and Children, in every variety, best Puris Kid
Gloves', in alt colors, Ladies, Misses aud Childrcu's Wool
aud Merino Gloves, Boy's lloi-ery and Gloves. For sak
by STEVENSON ft WHITE, !
. jau(5 No. 50, Corner of College st and the Sou-ire.
KPrJA111 OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO
TVTORlII-WLbT corner of the Iublic Square, near.PIait
W iST3 "tr-Nttshville, Tenn.
.pa We are drawing Sight Checks on all tho principal
cities of tlio East, South mid West at the lowest rates. iu
sum fo suit purchasers;"
F-ffl We buy all kinds of current and uncurreht'Bahtc
Jyotvs at moderate rafes. & ' :
ltsTVrc buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Lank Jioles, at a very small discomt, f '
. IT-" We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a' fair premium. '
ZW. We have i Gold and Silver for sale will attend-to
collections rcmiltins- on anrnitit ivnnijiil n( .ii.,.,1-
i . , , J I - t ... jvu . . . ...v -J,
, charge but percent comnussions.
WrV e are taking Bankof East Tennessee the samq as
other Tennessee Bank Notes. janl7
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and
Texas Land-Agcnta. '
Particular attention jid to filling orders Office, over, tho
store of. W. T. Smith A Co., No. Oj, Magazine street
Oct S, 1 852-Cm ffov. Orleans-
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants;"
. ' HEW ORIJ5ANS.
fPSTThcy keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
JTH. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized o
ake CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
pve firm. .
CARRYALL FOR SALE.-A first rate newc'us-
Vy tom-maac currj-all lor sale cheap for cash, by
Ja21 W. MERKDITir. '
T RUN ICS, &c. Extra fine Leather Trunks, Velvet
and Bnwsell Caqict Bags, Leather and Drugget Carpet
Bagn, just roseived and for sale by
j-'"l W. MEREDITIL-1
0RUIUB CLOTHS. Rich and splendid Crumb
Cloths, with borders, just to hand and for sale by
. W. MERElilTIL
WOOL HATS.-Wool Hats just received aniffdr
sale by jan21. W. MEREDITH.
BUD 1JLANIOBTS. Extra fine Bed Blankets, just
received and for sale by -l
JJ-lor Bale by
rcccivetl this day arid
IL CLOTHS AH widths, just received and fbrsalo
by jan2I W. MEREDITH. '
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
W. F. HARRIS. SKIDMOKE HARRIS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
SA XATJ IT ti t
Forn-ardwilhcare and dispatch to and, from tho Easfcm
cr nlSrt rittr.
chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought oii
mostlavorable terms, in the Savannah market They solicit
your iiatronage, and pledge their utmost exertions, to in vo
Foot of Drornl Slrett, Directly opposite the SUaniboat
Landiwj, NasTivtUc, Tenn.
J. X. GRACE, liroprietor.
THFJ.nndcrsignerf, thankful for tlio very liberal
patronage bestowed on this House since he
opened it to thepublic in Marchlast, and most re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public favor. To the
boarding ana traveling community, lie would say, mat no
is now prepared to give them accommodations equal to ahv
hotclinthe city, having procured lhe services of jiolitoaud
attentive clerks, cxpcrienccd.waiters, and first rate cooks.
The rooms are large.andjpleasantly situated commanding
a beautiful view of tlie river and business operalions'of llio
city. Persons wishing to travel by the river this house' af
fords superior advantages', bcingJocated
Immediately at tlie Landin j. VO-
Tho traveller who stops here need never loose his;cliance
of the first boat Baggage will always' be-convcycdr to and
fr jm Steamboats by tho servants of the house, freeof charto
Jlills always mcucrate. janli'J
J. L. GRACE-.,
HUMBUG ! HUMBUG ! ! HUMBUG I ! !
OPENLN.Gthe.Campaignforl852. Scott, Douglas
.limmvnnd Cass m the field : but Thurston .V
nnrd. are.always foremost at the XJiiiou. Stqre South
Side Union Strcot. with a nui6t smile of Victory on ihbir
phiz, ready toexhibit theirslockof Spring and SRiniifer
Goods to thoseTvishingtoTiurcltasc;
Wfe ImrflSi fpiferal assortment of Staple and Fancy.Goodsr,
among which aroBrovn and.Bleached DoinesflesdovDrill--
irigs, Blue Drillings, and a great variety of Suinmer.Stufls-.
asnlendid assortment of Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers .latest
styles; Eerages,Boregadc Lanes, failfc'I issues and opluisT
Prints, Ginghams, Jnconcfe, Muslins, Fans, larasols, Glove3,
Hosiery. Ac : Kid Ties, Buskins, GaiterA; Leghorn Straw
. r ,y i . . 1 1 ..C I. ... ...!ll ,..,11 I
. t -. (.:ii.rr.-.DnM..j u,
LUlIlieUl. VI iwui.w, w""i v.
some body else wilL We are bound to sell.
' We earnestly Solicit an examination of our Goods: and
prices, and, by strict attention to. .business, hope to. merit
share, of public patronage., . .
.aP15 . THURSTON & BERNVRP: "
SOUTHERN CARKTAGE MANUFACTURING CONPANY'
l .0ULD inform the citirens of Nashville and
Y V' the i
nnhlirt thmiiftlviiit hrr Juttiihi "West
that they have commenced business at the- wclf-known stand
of S. V. D., -Stout a few, doors south of the. public square, j
where' they mannfacfure all Tcinds orCoaches, Carnages,,
Buggies, &v which, they will sell low and on hberaHennsi
ThafT.work is of the finest order, and will ompare favora
bly ,witli any mjuutacturca iiorth or south. Tlicy have ,ser
lectetr-thcir mat uial with 'great carcf ;and, hAvinff the best of
wobd-andirbaii, Tennessee, they' willmrrntth work
in.pnCo eliuy.iand "dwBiWyi ? ta.wBctlito
north for their work.
march 3 wjltntl2m,
ericScSr wofkmcnon 1'hetal
-i i 'r- 1 "lunuaim UUiliUUIlCiO
iroods. bifilft nialtnWO,.,:- i - I w
t. t'r i . i'ucuasw, as we
w tvw lr casii. nrin minr.tii.il ,1.-1
GOODS.--Rich Broei.lA Rill-
Rich Neat I'laul Silk.- riM, luvlff !?
hit e LroeadeSilks;; Rich Kcqnet do L-u.esr
black Gro d& Rhiues Small Ohwf.j 1 1., i
Rich plain Gro de Rlunes; Small Figur'd De Lanes;,;
Rich Plain Gro de Rbines in all colors;
White, Pink and Blue Gro de France: '
iV.' , u ,UV po"" ucsireu, uuulis, I'liuuuviz, Aliu
MERCHANDISE, of all descriptions, and self on cotuinis-
oiun, iiiuuuuo JXVIV Jl,ltJIlALIAl '111
Palm apd ilossuin iais; aii v nui no nu Buiniuiiwvasi
any house West of the Mountains You who want THE bait
fratus must be on hand soon, because if you don't buy them
skall soaixfiio tixvtihi or cM jq mdttce, all thanwy ,.00-32,
SKfei to Wy of theni ia pfVef ence of seiwhug