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CHURCH & 3IAJILING, Proprietors.
OFFICE NO. CD, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST.
THE WEEKLY UNION Is furnished to subscribers at
the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance.
$2 50; within the year S3 00; at the end of the year $4 00.
Clubs Of fire and upwards S3 00 per copy for one
year. Clubs of subscribers will be received for sue montlis
at the foregoing rales.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturdaj-, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid in
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
EST THE MONEY IN ALL CASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the cash.
OX. llUUlu H" .
OPLENDII) Passenger Steamer, A leo- ( fPr$m-
O Capt- jAV,a .E!L ji uw line
Ktomnor will tafco the ilacc of tile West New
ton, between NasJivHle to St Iuis on the first rise of water.
Beinei.tirelv new, unsuriassed for speed and accommoda
tions0 and every wav adapted to the above trade, for which
she has been purchased, a sliare of the travelling patron
age is re.-icctfully solicited.
Wl orders entrusted to her will be filled with care and
punctuality. A. HAMILTON
FOR CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE,
a"HE magnifficent new steamer, SAM. . fP2j
. CLOON.Sam. Cloon, Ju., Master. This Jjnffi
Lt.innriwi sfKitiiliruiL now ou her way here &il-i.-.r-'a
from Cincinnati; will run in the above trade tins msuwij,
leaving Nashville every alternate Saturday at 4 o clock !
II., and leaving Cincinnati every alternate Saturday at 11
o'clock P.M. The "3am ClcW' is unsurpassed in her ac
commodations, by any steamer afloat and I solicit for her a
bhare of public patronage. A. Aint.lu.,
nov IS. Sent" .
,TT-.rr nDTTlWC ftWTl WARTTVILLE PACKET.
.Di 1,'vnin W Pftssnnccr Steamer. II. . (PJf"'';n
O It. V. Hill, Captain T. II. Newell, iSfe
1600 tons burUien. Tins inagniiiceni steam-
er now being completed at ew Albany, will take her place
in Hie above iraue as uuu no "4 ,
The Hill is entirely new, ofthe largest class and is, m ev
ery respect, equal to any Steamboat on the U estern waters.
Slle has been built under the superintendence of her expe
rienced Captain, and has all improvements required by the
hdclaw. A plan of her Cabin ca.ibc seen and grooms
engaged by application to A. "AMIWONAgc,
ar Mr THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
thellill in New Orleans, and give his best attention to the
purchase of Mcrciiannise onicreu u
REGULAR PASSENGER STEAMER BETWEEN NASH-
w-wtnv -.-if. o.i.l cniiprinr Steamer Nash- .tP9
i iiiunm ""I" .
I m 1 ... . ..w.-ti f '.iintriMni or
I :nrt ti Hki.iavydeil Commander,
will resume her place in the above trade on
Will rCMlIUU IHH iiiacw " . -T -
the first rise of water, leaving Nashville every three weeks
throughout the season. n r
The Nashville is unsurpassed by any Boat in the trade Tor
safetv, comfort and convenience.
V't lan of her Cabin may be seen and Slate-rooms engaged
bv at cation to JAS. A. McALLlSTEK .t CO.,Ag'ts
- i Comer of Broad and College Streets.
?:ar Mr. THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
Urn Nashville in New Orleans, and give his best attention to
the purchase of Merchandise ordered by her. &
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE REGU-
CINC L AR WEEKLY PACKETS
mllK snlendid new Passenger Stean.e.s, fPW -ftj
i STATESMAN, H. G. M Comas, Mas- W&SffiKs
Master, will make regular trips in the above frtme; lea viiig
CINCINNATI every Wednesday, at 1 o clock; aud leaving
The above Boats having been built expressly for the
Trade will take their places as soon as navigation opens, and
will be thankful for orders for Merchandise, and promise to
givc sanction toallwhomayentru
II. T.Y BATMAN,
FOR BURKSVILLE AND WAITSB0R0'.
-T-,EGULAIl EIGHT DAY PACKET. ifgk
1 The light draught fust running passen
cer Packet HEPUIJLIC, M.G. McCallisteu, 3
Masler. will make regular eight day trips in the above trade
durin- the season. Shippers and passengers may rely upon
punctuality of this boat for freight or Apply on
Eoard or to JAM1 CLAlUOItNL, Agn
,lec2Q n w a o en r"nt 3t-
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE PACKET.
rpilli unurpasei last riiiiis . fl",,,-
I steamer K VUl, 1 hos. uoi, -u-
tor. lixs laKuii i . : i
:. '. . ..r i ...!n .....I-- mmi lntw in the above
Maltie wayne auunm " .vb-.-.
trade duriii"' the season. .
I eaving Cincinnati even- other Wednesday, at 4 o clock,
I M Nashville every other Tuesday, at 1 o clock, 1 . M.
'flic above boat is entirely new and for speed and accom
modation is unsurpassed. I will be thauklul lor all orders,
ttd respectfully solicit tor her arfjmbhc Page.
jan'r a en Agent, Front SL
;v a n caTTTWTlAY PAflKET.
r..-. i ...i t:.i ....c.iiimr ip:imcr 15'
Will lt'ilVC. MniUCUHiHii io. ..., - .-.rn-.
. . , A . . li .....1 ,-,i.iniiii hi
"T7 V l.-.MI I,... (l--:t tl-IM ntlS.1I- 3
urdav the tn msiam, ni jo ;v. --
the above trade, leaving NasliviHc on ednasdays and hat
urdays, at 10 A. M. and leaving Paducah on Thursdays, and
Mondays at t P. M. T ,
The ODD FELLOW has been purchased by Lapt. Leake,
for the above, trade. Her accommo.btions for passengers
aro not surpassed bv any packet on Cumberland river. 1
ISSr f I,UbIiC HAMILTON, Agent.
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE U. S. MAIL PACKETS.
-tv CITY Ot' HUMftUiiiift , f r"'w
1'.iti -iimi- tT ntivTjrii l.Vwill lpnro Naslville for
f i IlCi vr uu.uunuui w
X Memphis every Friday, at 0 o'clock, p. m.( ami leaves
Memphis for Nashville every Monday, at 11 o clock a. m.
EMB VSSY will leave Nashville for Memphis every Monday
nt C o'clock, r. u., leaves Memphis for Nashville every
Thursday at 11 o'clock, a. m., delivering the mail at the sev
eral post offices between the above ports. Ihey will also
touch at all points between the post offices.
Persons traveling southward will find it to their advantage
to take this line, as it is from two to three days quicker and
equally as cheap to New Orleans; meeting at Memphis with
Memphis and New Orleans Packets which leave on the arri
val of our packets, for New Orleans Our packets also con
necting with the Arkansas and While Hiver Mail Line. Eve
ry pains will bo taken to render those who call on us com
finable. For freightor passage, apt; -at the U S. M Of-
lice, isasnviiie, or - .,,
A. L. DAArIS, Nashville.
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
TimOUGH IN FIFTY TO FIFTY-FIVE IIOUBS.
New York and Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday ,
afternoon and each alternate A cdnesda y. yTfe
On Saturday, J as. Adgcr, l.r.OO tons,
J. Dickinson, Commander Jlarlou, 1,200 tons, 31. Berry
Commander. ... ,
The .Southerner, W. Fosler, Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and iruards raised, is now in complete order.
For freight or passage, having elegant State- Room Acoom
modatioi, apply at the office of Jbg
CornerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wharves.
Cabbin passage $25. Steerage .
N B A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with' the Southerner on Wednesdays. fcblT trw
i- , c-cm nf the Snread Eaele. Collego Street
"v . . r,' .r.n r-
THE undersigned is now prepared io exccuic.m
kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing.
Also, every vaneiy u. ua.-, v -
and Verandah Bailing. My work will Le executed as well
as any of that bt ought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as low as me same arncic i w-w...---
All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice. Tho
rmblic are requested to give me a call and examine my pat-
5,- I,riU "-5ffSr
College Street, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville.
marl tf .
" IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS.
THE undersigned would call the attention of the public to
llinkley's Improved Patent Elastic Wiro Bottom Bed
Btead, for making which we have purchased the right for
Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to sec it, will please
call at our Wat, Rooms, 0$$ffifc
Wc also keep constantly on 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 us as our work we will
warrant good, as we keep nothing but what is made in our
own shop and by tlic best workmen. McC. & C.
j my iv u
Da BOW'S SOUTHERN AND WESTERN REVIEW.
Monthly Industrial and Literary Journal,
PUBLISHED IX NEW-ORLEANS AT 5 PER ANNUM.
ary Edition Bound, 1840-'50, 8 Vols., $25.
DRS. C. X. & J. D. WINSTON,
OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Jlcdicineand Surgery.
Office on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.
Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Armstead, on Vine street, between Church and
TUST RECEIVED. A fovy of those fine Black Satin
Apron Stocks. Apply soon. T. J. HOUGH'
fob 12 -Agent.
J. M. ZIMERMALN.
J. K. ZIIESMAH,
Wholesale Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
C..- ... n-tir- I mv ivn "KTrnTi? 4 DOORS FROM
THE SQUARE, MaIIKKT St., NASnVILLE,
HAS just received, by the late rise of water, a large and
unusually fine stock of
Drugs, Medicines nntl Chemicals,
SuROICAL, MlDWIFERT AND ANATOMICAL INSTRUMENTS J
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes, fences,
Glassware, and Stoneware; P-JiO isn
Coach and Artist Brushes; Dye-Stuffs,
Pkupuubrv, Fancy and Plain soaps;
Lhiteb and Cap Paper; Steel 1 ens,
wives, uranium, m-j'p. i .
DEN SEEDS; TANNKUS , yr ----- -7 :d0,vcIl
1'iirc-liasers. lieeuniji a " ; i
to examine Se above'stockberore purchmg el.whcre, as
thc will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower)
as low as any other IIoue in Tennessee.
Aho Sole Wholesale Agent for Avert Cherry Pectoral.
WiHbiW Pulmonic Balam, Mexican Mustang Liniment,
vyiujiiia r,, ir T s. Houtrhton s Pepsin.
X r-C. J M Z. would also inform his friends, ic.,
! that he will hereafter be agisted in his business
Ii by Mr. 5WRTIMER MAM ILTON, late of the
l firm of McNairy & Hamilton, who has been for
a number of years past extensively and favorably known ,n
the Drug line. . . -
ETuPEItlOR ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET.
O Jockev Club I'omaoe,
Iiow's" Celebrated do,
- TT An
t,.wia do. V for the Hair.
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil,
linn M'a Eau Lustrale.
Linuid and Solid Rouge;
French and Fancy Soaps:
Low's celebrated Honev Soap;
Roussel's and Hand's Fancy Soap;
Fine and Dressing Combs ;
Plain and Fancy Hair Brushes;
Lubin's Genuine Extracts;
American and French Toilet Fowdtrs;
Assorted Dentifrices ;
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins;
Tooth Brushes, Fancy and Plain. TXn?nM.v
Just received by fdecBQl J- M. ZIMERMAN,
nriXDOW GLASS. Window Glass of all sizes and
' V of superior quality received and for sale , ow by ,
u ' -
TOD LIVER OIL.-Trask's Magnetic u mme.u.-
Just received by lecaoj
1 ...t r :i Af-
MINIATURE lVOJClJi.'s. Aruaia ui.,
ist-s' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracing ev
ery Shade. Just received by
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
VltTTsiiES. White Wash, Dusting, Crumb, worn,
VBS, PoJe's Dead, Horse, Tanners', Printers', Var
.WPai!it,., of assorted
j 30J Bolls vcxyold and rich;
loodoz. Cut, in papers;
K,t . in Rcnf'irliitti Turkish:
Just received and for sale low by
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
r U'VDT.IV COTTOA. o are agcnis "
jt!leonhrc:iebrated MAGNOLIA COTTONSEED,
an article which several years experience wil
best planters has proven to be better adapted to Middle le -nessee
than any that was evcrgrown. Ullsoon or the,, ,11
all begone. J01LV g SMltH,
iTCAMORE COTTON YARNS A full sunply
b of Sycamore Yams, kept constant fton lndt lac
tory prices for Cash. RAMAGL A. CllUHOU.
january 1, 1853. .
" J. T. NATHURST
ROOFER AXD MANUFACTURER
Of Warren's Fire and Water Proof Comjmilion.
I DEEM it unnecessary forme to say anything in favor ot
this mode of Roofing; the constant increase of its popu
larity for the last seven years that it has been tasted m near
ly afl parts ofthe Union, is the best evidence of its utility
and value. The roof shows for itself
"Office on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar st.,
in 'Moore's block feba-ly
II VBTF0RD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
FORD, CONNECTICUT. ,
James Dixon, Pres. Henuy L. Miller, Sec y.
Capital and Surplus S300.000. .....
Insurance on lives of white persons on tho joint stock
and mutual plan.
ALSO.-lnsuranco on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
terms. & H. LOOMlb,
jan 15-6m AgenL
IRESlI (.UASS SKE-liiowiu ui iiw.
10 barrels Red Clover Seed.
200 bushels Blue Grass Seed; .mTC
2T5 do Herds Gras Seed; received by T. ,
jan 12 eolm Market street, Nashville.
"Goods at Wlaoicisalc.
MORGAN Ac CO. are now receiving and oj)emnga
lame and an unusually attractive stock of SI KliNU
GOODS, embracing a much 'larger variety, and richer styles
of F WCY GOODS than they have ever heretofore had it
in their power lo offer to the retail trade. Feeling confi
dent of their ability logive entire satisfaction, they solicit an
inspection of their slock and an examination of their prices
by those desirous of purchasing. janU trwGw
THE "STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF PA.
a. J. gillitt, see'v. J- mmiEiir oud, rres.
Capital 8250,000 ! .
(Office, on Cokir slreet,orer the Mutual Protection Ins Co.)
V 7"U'f' take fire risks in limited amounts on city or
V V country property. Policies issued aud Losses ad
justed and met at the office in Nashville.
Refkuences I. J. Iivy, , )
B. Comegevs, Cashier of. lnl. Bant, 1
W.L. Shaffer, " Girard" fPlnladel.
W. Dennie k Sons J
Rev Alexander Campbell, Bethany, Va.
Patrick .t Brand, Bankers, Phtsburg.
W. 11. Bin-rough, Irving House, New ork.
G. W. Copelen, Cincinrnd & pERGUSON
Nashville, February 2, 1853 Cm
ipt"VRlT RAGS.--Just received a fine lot of Carpet
) EM OVAL . 1) U. B. W. HALL has removed, to the
ij office and residence on Cherry street, opposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' Cabinet Warcrooins.
LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST!
rpHE subscribers have associated themselvc together lor
X the purpose of carrying on a general agency business
in buying and selling negroes.
We can at all times be found at our office, No. 33, Lcdar
street, between Cherry and Summer, where we have erect
ed safe and commi'labfc quarlcrs for keeping any number of
negroes, and those wishing losell may be assured of getting
the highest market price, as we will either buy on our own
account or sell on commission for others. We pledge our
selves to obey instructions, and especially promise to be par
ticular in selecting good homes for favorite servant?, with
om separating families. DABBS & PORTER.
Reus W. Pouter, Giles county.
Jos. W. Daihis, Nnshville1 Jo
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
aIIEabovc HOTEL is now open for the reception of f
PERMANENT AND TRANSIENT BOARDERS. JE
This long established and well-known House has under
gone a thorough alteration throughout, and furnished with
new and fashioneble FURNITURE.
The TABLE will always be supplied with the BEST the
market affords; and the "Proprietor trusts, by a systematic
course, both with servants and the regulations ofthe house
generally, he will be enabled to give entire satisfaction to
those that may favor him with their patronage
jan-29-ly trw w J NO. W. SPEAR.
DISSOLUTION. The partnership heretofore exist
ing between us, was, by mutual consent, dissolved on
the 7th inst. Persons indebted to us by either note or ac
count, will please call and settle immediately. Our creditors
will present their claims for payment. Settlement made
with either of us will be satisfactory.
feb22 JAMES GLOVER.
-TVTOTICE. Iu retiring from the firm of Williams &
W Glover. I most cordially recommend their successors,
Glover cc Boyd, lo the confidence of the community, and
solicit lor tnem
them a continuance ofthe patronage so liberally
to the old firm, feb'22 ALEX. WILLIAMS.
JAMES CLOVER. W- L OYD,JO
GENERAL AGENCY AMD INTELLIGENCE OFFICE,
Jo. 50, Cherry Street, 4 doors from Dcaderkl,
GLOVER & BOYD,
(SUCCESSORS TO WILLIAMS & GLOVER,)
v. ii i. !)....:. ClKtifr T
ISORS to Williams a. uy .
ILL attend promptly 1aPW KS
VV Rcntin ' Real Estate, Jji 4
raronf lOONccToes. Grl) Negotiating JiOans, uujing a
Selling Stocks orevery description, ueciw;" v
part o?the United States, Ac, Orders for Negroes at
tended to promtly, and instructions faithfully obeyed.
REFERE.vcES.-Goy W B Campbell, Ex-Gov A V Brown
. - ' Z' . i t- I llnltfO nrXXT
Rtpvpnisnn. Gen S R And
0 Ewing, Cashier Planle,
eery Court, r i aaey,
Oity Hotel, If Bi-idW Y "ton
C H Bachu. Wmdtk
Inks. kc; Tobacco, Snitfs, and Cigars;
sEit, Shot, Lead and safctx r us, .
'!W c..... An- T,NDP.ETIIS GAE-
NASHVILLE, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1853.
THE UNITED FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 01
CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
rpHIS Company baring fully organized, is
I now rcauv io iasu n u u"vi r
. ..r ..;- nmat. loss or damaccs bv
lire, aisoajnuuai. u - : 1 . iU
i-ration. Propositions for insurance will be received at tbe
1ba"uu- . - -i :n- T, A T ,q Pn Hnl Pfe fat.
I Mica 01 tne jasmine iiiauian . ; --o -
oiuue oi iue A JOHNSON, President
J. S. Dasdiell, Sec'y. Nashville, Oct. 8, 1S52.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, SOUTn CAROLINA.
Capital $250,000: All Paid In.
X HAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
X Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, rire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street gLL.Ag
THE MUTUAL PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE.
OFFICE on Cedar Street, adjoining the Post .Office, and
opposite the Verandah, will insure on the mutual prin
ciple, nouses, Merchandize, &c, against Loss or Damage by
F.Prc Steamboats on any of the vPestern waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of A beb oT
every description against the Perils of the Seas and Rivera.
Also! the Lives of persons in good health, for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank 2otes trans-
mAHd persons having their lives or property insured in this
Institution, are entitTed to a full participation in all the prof
its without any liability to loss beyond the amount of Pro
miums which they may pay.g
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President.
C. J. F. WnARTQN, Secretary. Uanl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE COM
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance on Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and the risk of the river; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other cargoes, on
tX ternis. JOHN M. HILL, President
Joseph Vaulx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allison, John M. Hill, F. B. rogg, U.
M Fo"ir W. R. Elliston, Jno. M. Bass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Seayj Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT.
Chartered in 1819. Capital 30,000: all paid in.Asstts
invtded in January last -lS9,000.
S. L. LOOMIS, Sec'y. TIIO. K. BRACE, Pres.
THE undersigned has been appointed Agent of tins Com
pany one of the oldest and most able in the United
Slates, having nearly or quite half a million of Dollars saf ely
invested at this time for the safety of policy-holders and is
prepared to isaue Policies on as favorable terms as any other
responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es
tablishments,aiidall other kinds of Buildings; on Household
Furniture and .Merchandise in general, cither in the city or
country against Loss or Damage by Fire. Also, against the
j . pK,Ti.,..,i TWiennrtiifinii bv all theusual routes and
i ..p ,..,. .KISRT'II NASH. Acrent.
Ollice N. W. Comer Public Square, opp. Planters Bank.
INSURANCE ON NEGROES.
HOUSE Sen-ants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen,
Cabin Boys, &c, at customary rates of Premium.
Policies issued and losses promptly adjusted at the Nashville
Agency JOSEPH NASII, Agent,
Aulm. Insurance Company of Hartford -Ollice N. W. Cor
ner Public Square opposite
NASHVILLE STEAM MARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, Proprietor.
market st., orrosiTK joiinson & horne's tobacco wareiiousb,
Marble Warerooms at the old stand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities are such that I can execute all
kinds of work in the most tasteful manner and the latest style,
as cheap as it can be dona in any of the Eastern Cities.
By calling at my Ware-rooms, on the corner ol Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
Demons tojutlge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having on hand all kinds of Marble from Least lennessee.
Also, a fine assortment of Egyptian, Italian and American
Marble, which I will sell low to the trade, wholesale and re
tail, finished or in the rough state.
A large assortment ot Monuments, Tombs, Baptismal
Founts, Urns, Vases, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-West as cheap as
it can be procured from the East Also, Marble Mantels
of every description, plain or carved. Building Stone, sold
Wholesale ami Retail.
All orders left at mj Ware-Rooms on the corner of Spring
and Summer streets, will meet with prompt attention. My
friends generally will find it to their interest to call and ex
amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. Thankful to
my old friends and customers for their liberal patronage, I
hone bv strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner ofSpring and Summer streets, Nashville.
CRUTCHF1ELD HOUSE. FORMERLY GRIFFIN HOUSE,
pita tt wnnn a TENNESSEE.
rplIIS well known Hotel situated within a few steps
X of the passenger car lanumgoi uie n esicrn anu cm
u nmv nnon under the supervision of3
Thomas Crutchfield, assisted by Mr. J. W. I. Brvson and
Lady. This House while under the control of Colonel J. J.
Griffin acquired a verv high reputation as a first class hotel.
The present proprietor having secured the services of Col.
Griffin's barkeeper, and having purchased his most excellent
cook and house boy, and having furnished the house entirely
anew, hopes to retain its high reputation and merit public
natronae. Passciiircrs can be accommodated with an omni
Ko and from the boats. TH03. CRUTCHFIELD,
feb-2l- -ly 1'"LI:
CLOTHING CITY MANUFACTORY HOME INDUS
TRY. I KEEP constantly on hand a full supply of all kinds of
gentlemen's wearing apparel, made up in the very best
manner under my own superinlcndancc, and would ask my
friends and the public lo give me a call and convince them
selves it is their own advantage, as I knowl can suit them
in price. A. SANDHOUSE,
(feC i Market street, six doors from the square.
anu wen nsauncu aiuv.iv ...
aud China, a great portion of which is of late importa
tions, I am now prepared to furnish all who may favor me
with a call, with Quceusware, &c., very low for cash.
Country Merchants would find it to their interest to ive
me a call. . . , . ,
Close personal attention will he given to business, and good
uall at iiiuiam s vriu oiuuu, uim
. ... . r - n i t r lunnL-vr
Nashville Tenn. oci-omj o. unnur..
DiTTOT fiTTOPPTNG MILL.
For Chopping Cora or other Grain,
An article which every Fanner should Juice.
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 vcars old can keep it in order and run it It is adap
ted to cither Steam, Water or Horse Power.
Having sold the entire right of manufacturing and selling
the above Mill, in Tennessee, to Messrs. J. R. Cowan and A.
C. Howard, of Nashville, persons wishing to purchase can
find them at J. M. Scabury's, on College street, where they
will be happy to take orders. BOS & ADAMS.
aurfS. " .
"TXTE have just received from the bestfc
VV cinnali. a large supply of the follow
foundries in Cin-
The Uoosier State Cookino Stoves ; three different sizes.
The Ironton Premium Cooking Stoves; with 6 holes, one
of the best and cheapest stoves before the public
TnB Cement Cook Stove, a new air tight stove, warranted
to work well.
The Kentuckian Cook Stoves; Nos.2and 3.
he Double Oven Cooking Stoves. , . . .
Premium 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,
PENNSYLVANIAN, which comes highly recommended
and is believed to be one of the best and most improved
stoves lately manufactured, well worthy the attention of any
f imilr wan'tinn-a lanrc and firstrate stove.
Our stock of HEATING AND PARLOUR STOVES, is
too large for this advanced stage of the season, lo reduce
it, we will sell large Church and Hall Stoves for cash at a
small advance above cost. g & QQ
Nashville, Feb. IS, 1S53,
N OTIC. In consequence of the Fire on Friday morn
ing, we are compelled to suspend business for some
time, but will commence again as soon as we can procure a
suitable house, of which due notice will be given. In the
, ,,. fr:pn,i, w,0 are indebted to us. ana to
Ewin, Broun & Co., will come forward and settle up without
delay' that wo may meet oiir own engagements promptly.
We can be fonnd at No. 18, on the square-John anchors
, , , ,
U1U.LU.1IU . - ,
OU SIUIIU. , r l
AVe would also take this occasion to express our graieim
thanks to those who have kindly favored us and our prede
cessors with their-putrcnagc; to the Fire Companies and
citiajns, to whose escions we are mainly indebted for
TtMal of our good?' wor& aved, aud to those kind friends who
WTTITF. T.KAD lObbls
j Linseed Oil;iSi)l:egsFahnestock's White Lead. Just
, U - "'j. M. ZIMERMAN.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Dealers in Cotton and Tobacco, Receiving and For
warding Merchants, Steamboat Agents,
ap"l BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
SMITH. A. W. JOnXSOIf.
STRATTON, SMITH & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers ana Commission Merchants,
Corner of Broad and Market Streets,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
ment of our business to Mr. Madison Stratton, the
same will fa-om this date be conducted under the style of
STRATTON, SMITH & Co. at our old stand, on tha comer
of Market and Broad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so by largo accessions
even,- few davs. to which we invite the attention and so- i
licit a call from merchants in the country as well as city I
dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house is. the
city. Our terms cash and cash only,
apr 1, 1852. JOHNSON k SMITH.
RAM AGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags,
College street, Nashville, Ten.
S. S. WILLIAMS, AGENT OF JOHN WILLIAMS,
S7 Gravieb Street, New Orleans,
HAS taken an office on College street, on the second
floor, above the Merchants' Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is prepared to make cash advances on all Cotton,
Tobacco, ic, consigned to said House, or to furnish supplies
to Planters or others who wish to ship to New Orleans.
Cotton and Tobacco Dealer, Forwarding and Conimission
oct3 NASHVILLE, TENN.
K. J. MORRIS. THOS. E. STEATTON.
MORRIS & STRATTON,
(Successors to Lanier, Morris & Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholesale
Corner of Market and Clark Streets, UTashville.
WE have now in store a large stock of Groceries, Li
quors, Wines, etc., which will be sold at the lowest
market prices, for cash or barter. sep!7
ceo. v. seat.
THOS. C DATES.
SEAY, BATES & CO.,
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. II. HUMPHREYS & THOMAS BARRY,
HAVE associated themselves together in the practice o
the Law. Office on the Public Square, opposite tho
Planters' Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
xti. -it., m r:ivO
I HAVE this day associated w;th me in the Saddling Bu
siness my son, A. C. MARCIL The business, in futurei
will be conducted in the name of J. D. March & Son. All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. 1). MARCH.
25T Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance of the same is respectfully solicited.
jan2 J. D. MARCH & SON.
OLIVER 1. il'liOBERTS. ALEX. E. Ji'kEK.
M'ROBERTS & M'KEE,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
MERC II A NTS.
MARKE'l ST., 4 Doors from BROAD ST.,
April 29, 1852 -ly
NEW ORLEANS A CARD.
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS CO., having per
mancntly located themselves at New Orleans, ofler their
services as Commission and Fonvardin Merchants
and General Agents, and solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
and will give satisfaction to all who may entmst their inter
est to their care. Proceeds of sales will be invariably held
sacred and promptly remitted.
P. S. Extensive arrangements made for the receiving and
forwarding of every species of Merchandise, at reduced rates,
from charges at this joint Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks, with the collection of Bills, Drafts, kc, attended
to without delay. BEN J. F. SHIELDS & CO.
MYERS & McGILL.
DEALERS IN EVERT DESCRIITION Or
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
On College street, one door South of the Square.
found at all times
a large assort
ment of Winches
ter's , Davis &
June's, A Myers'
Seam Shirts, of
Linen , Muslin -with
soms, G ingbam,
k French Chintz,
Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked
Silk, Cashmere," A'igonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel, ft,
ladies and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gatters, Gloves, Kin
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma.
Cull' Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linou
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Waterfords, Albert,
De Joinville's, plain, Emb'd and self-adjusting, Cravats
Scarfs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Caps, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Mousy, Riding and
Strengthening Belts, Robe dc Chambre, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Bags, Satchels, Dressing Case, Work Boxes, Toi
lets, Opera Glasses, Porte Monies, Fans, Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Travelling Companions, Razois and
Razo Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutlery, kc, and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
Wehavemadearrangcmcntswith our friends at tho
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore we shall have goods here in lesstlian ten day
from the New York Custom House.
MYERS & McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of the
Square, Nashville. octll
J. H. CURREY, CABINET MAILER AND FUNERAL
S now furnished with (rood workmen SESSSSa
onil wnll cvinnii(l irmtprtal to make ?3,w
i An nll Mnrla f fi,m ! 1 1 1 rn i f chnrf tin.
iU U1UC1 ..Li .... ....... . ....
tice. REPAIRING done in the best style and upon very
T csin have furniture moved in a firsrafe car. and by care
ful hands when called upon. Persons havtng turning to do,
will find it to their interest to give me a call, as I have a
firstrate Lathe and turner.
Undertaking Coffins of every description, always on
hand, which will be furnished at prices a good deal lower
than heretofore furnished in this city. I will give my per
sonal attention to funerals both in the city any country, with
good hearses, gentle horses and careful drivers. All orders
left at my sales room on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House or at my shop near the Depot, will be punctually at
tended to. Myself or clerk can always be found at the store,
ready to wait on customers, both night and day. nov25
BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.,
Grocery and Commission, Receiving and
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
aua 5 COLLEGE STREET.
LIQUORS AND TOBACCO. .
400 bbls Sam Hale's Whisky; lOObbls Drans Whisky;
50 bbls Old Monongahela do 50" Brown's DD do;
50 " American Brandy; 40 " SM Wine,
20 " Old Port Wine; 25 " N E Rum;
5 i Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 50 Baskets Champaigne;
0 boxes of Lieber's Ginger and Raspberry Brandies;
52 Pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
r.n t.- n. Tnnoa Tohnpno: 50 " Walker's Ale:
20 " Younc k Birdewell's do 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
. . r1 -.r . 1 o r tt T 1 .1
25 " PMBoerzjCvo l ao;
20 " " " Gold Leaf do
10 " B. Daily's do
10 " Ender's do
5 " SE White's do
In store and for sale by
30 " Fennel's
10 " Fenix's
20 " Missouri
10 " Sam Wools 5's
5 " Rend k Nash's
BEN. M. NOEL k BRO.
250 bags Prime Rio Coffee;
50 " Liaguayraao;
300 bbls Reboiled Molasses;
300 halves do do;
50 hhds choice Sugar;
500 bags fine Salt;
300 kegs Oysters;
500 cans do;
800 bbls St Louis Mills Flour;
100 Cincinnati do;
300 kegs Nails assorted;
300 boxes Glassware, ass;
25,000 Imported Cigars;
50,000 Melee do;
10 frails SS Almonds;
10 tierces Rice;
5 ceroons Indigo;
2 casks Dutch Madder;
20 bbls Copperas;
20 bags Pepper;
15 " Spice;
800 reams Wrap. Paper;
500 lbs Kanawha Salt ;
20 kegs Shot and Lead;
100 doz. iirooms;
25 bbls Golden Syrup;
20 bbls Mackerel;
30 bbls and half bbls Crackers;
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
300 boxes and half boxes Raisins;
Just received and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL & BRO.
ANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
which we will give the highest market price.
feblO BEN. M. NOEfi k BRO.
CURREY & MARTIN.
NEW AND FRRSH ARRIVALS, BY
CURREY & MARTIN.
CHEMISTS AND DRPGGIS'TS,
No. 85, CXION STREET, XASUVUXE, TSXX.
Iey Gross Rowncy's English Oil Colors,
Artists, in metalic tubes. These Colors are
pared by Rownev k Co., London.
G.00O Lbs. Pure White Lend Raw and burnt
Umber, Ultramarine Blue, Linseed Oil, Spirits of Turpen
tine, kc, kc.
1 Gross Dr. S. O. Richardson's Sherry Wine
Bitters a pleasant Tonic recommended in many of the
diseases caused by derangement ofthe organs of Digestion.
1-2 Gross Rogles, Hyperion Fluid, and Barry's
Tricopheeous or Medicated Compockd; both unrivalled for
their efficacy in restoring, preserving and adorning the
GGross Preston & Merrill's Flavoring Extract
of Vanilla, Orange, Lemon, Almond and Rose warranted
pure and fresh.
l--: Gross Preston & Merrill's Yeast Powders
Unsurpassed for their convenience for culinary purposes.
1 Bale New Hops Growth of 1852,
nuVVr-S nT ll,ul hlndiom assortment of FANCY AR
llCtihb, which with our already Iarce stock of
Render our stock in trade now complete. For sale low for
cash, or on liberal terms to punctual dealers,
jan 21 CURRY k MARTIN.
TUST RECEIVED. 800 Kegs Nails;
t) 20 casks London Porter, quarts and pints;
10 boxes Jenkins' fine Teas, put up in metalic J-pound
80 boxes M R Raisins, fresh;
20 do Champagne, superior article;
15 flasks fine Otard Dupuy Brandies, vintage of 1S40;
5 half-casks Port Wine, superior article;
700 barrels Cincinnati Flour;
50 do St Louis do;
800 do Pike's Magnolia Whisky;
100 do Deave k Naysal's do;
With many other articles too tedious to mention, which we
will sell cheap fer cash,
nov 18 WEAKLY k RUTHERFORD.
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The Remedy over all Remedies for the Diseases of the Liver
Dyspepsia, Enlargement and Injlamation of the Spleen
Heartburns, Colic Flatalence, Piles, Gmstlrpation, all
diseases of the Dowels, and such diseases is ariie from a
disorderd stale of tha Stomach, Liver or Dowels, at
Scrofula and Sores of any kind. For General Debility,
from which Ladies frequentl) suffer, there is not its
equal in the whoU Materia Medica.
riHE inventor of this preparation was for three years s
1 completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
the Liver that lie was frequently for" weelvS at a time unable to
raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless by thousands, and it was by accident that he suc
ceeded in "curing himself. Since he has been practicing med
icine, his success in such cases has been unrivalled. He
has been aware of the incredulity of the public, aud conse
quently said nothing through the press of his own case,
until the character of the medicine was fully established
by its success, as shown by the certificates which haveueuu
I subjoin the certificate of Prof. M. Gabrert, of Memphis,
Tenn., with whom 1 often advised during the time ot uiy
MBJirnis, Tenn., April 17, 152.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced I ccheve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be Dyspepsia and Liver afl ection,
aud after trying the prescriptions of many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief, he finally succeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. 31. GABBERT, M. 1).
Physicians arc requested fo try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we give to it in thi
Hu.vtsville, January 12, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: I fake the liberty and fell it to be my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease "of the
stomach aud bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
sepcrior medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dysjcpsia and diar
rhea when having almost despaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to tiy vour Alterative, two bottles of which, l" believe,
entirely cured" him. MICAJAH CAYCE.
IIcj-tsville, Oct 17, 1852.
Du. Bledsoe: Some time has elapsed since I gave a cci
tificate 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 sells of cramp in tho stomach
from dyspepsia. I liad tried oi several whom 1 thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many diffcren
medicines, with momentary relief. Being persuaded to try
your alterative compound, I did so and I am happy to say
that it has entirely cured her ; aud I would conscientiously
recommend it to all persons suffering from diseases of tho
liverand dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
HuNTSViLLr, Sept 29, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, 1 think it my duty te say lo the public, tfiat
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found any thing that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which Das
relieved me in even attack in less lhan an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Cocntt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe : I feel that I should fall short of my duty
fo you and to those who are alllicted, were I not to "further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved me, so that 1 have not had cause to take anything in
two months. I can eat anything I want with impunity, and
believe my health is as good as it ever is at my advanced age.
Should 1 ever suffer from dyspciisia again I shall be suro to
call ou you. I am very respectfully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. H Alt WOOD.
n dntsv i lle, Ala., August 21, 1S51.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of the Liver. Physician afler Phy
sician had prescribed for me without my receiving any ben
efit, when t commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because ofthe same happy effect mioii others of my acquaint
auce. JOSEPH CAR0TI1ERS.
Huxtsville, Ala., March 3, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: Sir : Judging from tho certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for im
to add further evidence in regard lo the healing virtues of
your Compound; but I mnst say, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement ofthe spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25 or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
gCeTThe above medicine is for sale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DERSIIOTT, General Agent, for wholesaling the med
icine. F"Price $1 per pint Bottle. novlS lyd tr
THE MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD COMPANY,
hereby offer for Contract the Graduatio.v, 3Iasoxrv
and Bridging of C7 miles more of their road in North .Mis
sissippi, extending from the North line of Chickasaw County
to the Tennessee Stato line, and passing through Itawam
ba and Tishamingo counties.
Also, 118 mcs more ofsa,d 0,3(1 ,n"e V cstern I)is
trict of Tennessee, and passing through McNairy, Hender
son, Madison, Gibson and Obion counties.
The Line will be ready for inspection in Tennessee, on
and afler the 1st of March, and in Mississippi on and after
25th March next
Plans, profilesand specifications will be exhibited, pro
posals received under seal, and contracts made at tho fol
Iowmg times and places to wit:
March 10th to 19th inclusive, at Trenton, for line through
Obion and Gibson counties.
March 20th to 80th, inclusive, at Jackson, for line through
Madison, Henderson and McNairy counties.
April 5th to 15th inclusive, at Carrolville, Tishamingo
countv, Miss., for line through Itawamba and Tishamingo
Profiles can be seen, and other information obtained, as
After 1st of March, at Trenton, of Dr. Hess, Agent
An.i nftor 05th of March, at Carrolville. of the Resident
irr i RZijf ttm1pi nnr ofn?rfl for contracts.
are heavy cuttings and fillings, and the whole line very de
sirable work; the light gradings being mostly from side bor
rowing: the line occupies the high, rolling and healthy coun
try intermediate between the Mississippi and Tennessee
Rivers, by both of which rivers easy access can ha had to
all points of the work, by an average and travel of 12 to 40
milk Within a short time afler this letting 39 miles more
and the last ofthe main road will be ready for contract, to
gether with about 100 miles of branch roads.
The attention of Contractors is invited to the work, above
described, as most advantageous for their profitable employ
ment, in consequence of the alluvial character of the country
low price of provisions and animals, and very ?iei?'e and
salubrious climate. , . J0FJ?"Vt5 f
feb5 lm Chief Engineer and General Agent
FANELS. A Nice Stock of Pink, Blue and White
Unshrinking Flannels, Welch Gauze, and other cheap
er Flannels, whic we are & wmTR
TiODGERS' PEN KNIVES. 90 dozen 'Josep
1 ) Jtodgcrs CC oons ceieunuuu j.-iiw,
patterns and prices, expressly tor city trade, just
and offered by oot37 FALL & CUNMNGHAM.
A SURE ROAD TO FORTUNE.
W'E feel it our dutjr to urge upon all who have ot yet
tried their luck in the Wheel or I'obto-e, where so
many thousands have received a competency for life with
but trifling outlays, through the insfrnmentafity ofthe Great
PrizeSeller PyTer Co. To procrastinate no longer, but
resolve to take one or more chances in the SPLENDID
SCHEMES FOR MARCH. The first order mar place a cor
respondent in independent circumstances for hie, and there
by avoid ages of misery, while Ji small oCTLAr will enabltf
any person to try the Humor of the "Fickle Goddess," and
one lucky turn ofthe wheel of fortune may be realized,
tbat would otherwise consume years of toil to acquire.
Prizes sold last month.
! ?J PP"3 Quarter Tickets.sent to & Carolina.
)) ole3' Georgia,
liffl -a paCi ge Lok'3' sent lo or Carolina.
ln PacH'e offTr,a,rte. cnt to North Carolina.
1 i,i 16, m packago of Halves, sent to Tennessee
?20,WH, in package of Eighths sent to Virrinia. "
9,W0, in Single Whole Ticket sent toAlftbania.
f 10,0-10, m package of Half Tickets, scut to Tennessee.
I TBe sure to address for a handsome Prize,
PYPER & CO.
No. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for March, 1853.
SSTThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are giyen below.
Price of Price of
10 S5 00
5 15 00
5 IS 00
12 45 00
S SO 00
5 15 00
10 80 00
5 13 00
4 14 00
15 55 00
5 25 00
5 17 00
10 35 00
5 15 00
5 13 00
10 35 00
S SO 00
5 16 00
10 35 00
5 13 00
4 13 00
20 60 00
10 85 60
5 17 00
10 95 00
5 15 00
i."Prawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
i9"Correspondents will please order a few davs before
the lotteries aro drawn.
There is a large per centige in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes in the Scheme, are thereby secured.
e advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets "iu even- in
stance. S7Bank Drafts or Certificites of Deposit payable in Gold
at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
who draw prizes at Pi FER k CO'S.
i-f "Remember A Package of Tickets, can draw four
ofthe most splendid prizes in a scheme.
S'ln order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immediate
ly after the result is known, the readers of this paper hare
only to remit cash Drafts or prize tickets, to the Old Estab
lish!, far famtnl and truly fortunate Exchange and Lottery
brokers, i r"ER k CO.,
marchl lm No 1 Light street, Baltimore, Md.
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. FEARL & CO
"VJ OUT1I-WEST corner of the l'ublic Square, near Plant
era' Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
FSr" "e are drawing Sight Checks on all the principal
cities of the East, South and West at tho lowest rates, "in
sums to suit purchasers."
1-4 We buy all kinds of current and uncurrcnt Bant
Notes at moderate rates.
ESTJWe buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Bank Notes, at a very small discount.
L-f We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium.
trf We have Gold and Silver for sale will attend to
collections remitting on any point requested at Bank rates,
charge but percent, commissions.
L-tf We are taking Bank of East Tennessee the same a
other Tennessee Bank Notes. jan 17
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to filling orders Office, over the
8toreof W. T. Smith k Co., No. 06 Magazine street,
Oct 8, 1852 6m New Orleans.
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants,
IThey keep an Ollice in Tuscumbia, Ala.
iril. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to
ake CASH advances um shipments of Produce to th
CARRYALL FOR SALE. -A first rate uewcus
tom made carryall for sale cheap for cash, by
jan21 AV. MEREDITH.
TRUNKS, A-c Extra fine Leather Trunks, Velvet
and Bnisseil Carpet Bags, Leather and Drugget Carpet
Bags, just received and for sale by
jau-Jl W. MEREDITH.
ORUilIIJ CLOTHS. Rich and splendid Crumb
Cloths, with borders, just to hand and for sale bv
janSl W. MEREDITH.
OOL HATS Wool Hats just received and for
sale by jan21 W. MEREDITH.
BED RLANKETS Extra fine Bed Blankets, just
received and for sale bv
jan21 ' W. MEREDITH.
-Just received this day and
lor sale by jan21
IL CLOTHS All widths, just received and for sale
by jan'21 W. MEREDITH.
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
UAIUUS. SK1DUOUE HARRIS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwardiug and Commission merchants,
Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities, or to any point desired, GOODS, PRODUCE AND
MERCHANDISE, of all descriptions, and sell on commission,-
PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. They also pur
chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
most favorable terms, iu the Savannah market. They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions fo give
satisfaction. dec30 Cm
Foot of Broad Street, Directly opposite the
J. L. GRACE, Proprietor.
THE undersigned, thankful for the veiy liberal
patronage bestowed on this House since he
opened it to the public in March last, and most re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public favor. To tha
boarding and traveling community, tie would say, that he
is now prepared to give them accommodations equal to any
hotel in the city, having procured the services of polite and
attentive clerks, experienced waiters, and first rale cooks.
The rooms arc large and pleasantly situated, commanding
a beautiful view of the river and business operations of the
city. Persons wishing to travel bv the river this house af
fords superior advantages, being focated
Immediately at the Lamling.
The traveller who stops here need never loose his chance
of the first boat Baggage will always be conveyed to and
fr jm Stcamooats by the servants of the house, free of charge
Bills always moderate. jan22
J. L. GRACE.
HUMBUG ! HUMBUG ! ! HUMBUG ! !
OPENING the Campaign for 1S52. Scott, Douglass, Lean
Jimmy and Cass in the field; but Thurston &Ber
nard are always foremost at the Union Store, South
Side Union Street, with a quiet smile of Victory on their
phiz, ready 4o exhibit their stock of Spring and Summer
Goods to those wishing to purchase.
We have a general assortment of Staple and Fancy Goods,
among which are Brown and Bleached Domestics, do. Drill
ings, Blue Drillings, and a great variety of Summer Stuffs;
a splendid assortment of Bonnels, Ribbons, Flowers, latest
styles; Berages, Berege de Lanes. Silk Tissues and Poplins,
Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets, Muslins, Fans, Parasols, Gloves,
Hosier)-, kc; Kid Ties, Buskins, Gaiters; Leghorn, Straw,
Palm and Kossuth Hats; all of which we will sell as low a
any house West of the Mountains. You who want THE bar
gains must be on hand soon, because if you don t buy them
some body else will. We are bound to selL
We earnestly solicit an examination of onr Goods and
prices, and, by strict attention to business, hope to ment' a
share of public patronage. T--RSTQy & jASJ).
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING C0NPANY
-rTTOULD inform the citizens of Nashville and QjJCT
V V !. nnhlic throughout the south west.
that they have commenced business at the well-known stand
of S. V. D. Stout, a few doors south of the public square,
where they manufacture all kinds of Coaches, Carnages,
Buggies, Ac, which they will sell low and on liberal terms.
Their work is of the finest order, and will compare favora
bly with any muufactured north or south. They have se-.
lected their matiiial with great care, and having the best oi
wood and iron h Tennessee, they will warrant their w or
in point ofelegucy and durability, .nof :lo be ' gelled br
anyV They hop to receive a share of P" ?tB "
shall snano fiutto or cost to J
want ot Carriages I o buy of them in pru"
north for their worfc . d WOrkmen on liberal-
Repairing done by CIPcncnc y. BASSETT.Fres
tcrms. march 3 wdtrwlsm.
niarcn o ,
M -n.. first rate UOOK, wasuei uuu u.... .
J months, a flre c ' , A Woman 22
SS S-iwSS S r.ld, good . ct
years , .. GLO ER k BU 1 P.
soname. v."' " - r
OR SAJLE.-On six months $f
Jj N.&C.R.R. Stock, feb22 GLO bU iux