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CIRCUIT COURT OF DAVIDSON COUNTY.
May Term, 1853.
Rple 1st The causes on the trial docket shall hereafter
be divided by the Clerk in two equal portions, as they stand
on the docket.
2d. The first half of the Docket shall stand for trial du
ring the first two weeks of the term, the second half shall
stand for trial after the first two weeks.
3d. No cause will be set fur any particular day, unless
for special reasons shown to, and approved br the Court
4th. Judgments in unlitigated causes, and judgments by
default, may be taken as heretofore.
5th. The litigated causes will be taken up in the order
in which thev stand on the Docket; when a cause is reach
ed, and one of the parties is not ready for trial, by consent
of die parties the cause may go to the heel of that half of
the Docket to which it belongs; otherwise it must be tried
or continued when it is called.
Oth. After going through the first half of the Docket, we
will then turn back and take up the unfinished busiutss in
the order in which it stands on the Docket, at which time
every cau?c will be tried or continued when reached.
7th. If all the causes embraced in the first half of the
Docket should not be disposed of within the first two weeks
of the term, the remaining causes will be put at the heel of
the entire Docket, to be disposed of after the causes embra
ced in the second half shall have been disposed of.
oth. After the tirst half of the Ducket shall have been
disposed of, or after the first two weeks of the term have
elap-edi the second half of the Docket will be taken up and
disposed oT in the same order and subject to the same rule?
prescribed for the first half.
Uth. No party will be permitted to continue a cause for
the abscenco of witness or witnesses until he has first called
out. and taken a forfeiture against all the absent witnesses
. who buvebeen subpamaed, unless he is prepared to show by
proof that the witnesses is sick or has some other reasona
ble excuse for his non-attcn Jance.
loth. It .-hall be the duty of the Clerk, within forty days
after the adjournment of this and each term of this'Court,
to divide the Docket as stated, and publish in one or two
newspapers of general circulation, the causes set for trial du
ring the first two weeks and the second week of the term, so
that the parties in such causes may have notice when their
attendence will beruquiied.
11th. It shall furthermore be the duty of the Clerk, when
issuing subpoenas for the witnesse : in the second half of the
causes, to summon them to attend on the fourth iloaday ol
Under the above rules of the Honorable Circuit Court the
following causes will stand for trial during the firt two
weeks ot toe term:
1 Uicc William's admr vs James II Wilson;
2 John Doc lessee vs Sophia Malloy;
3 II & A Campbell vsS It Anderson;
4 Sarah Seay vs Daniel Cameron et a I;
.' A V Urown Gov use Ac vs Danl Young et al;
G John Morrow vs M C Napier et al;
7 J TStamfield vs same;
8 II P Pointer vs same;
y E Flowers vs same;
10 John Kirktnan vs same;
11 V S Stevenson vs Too Hickman's Admr:
12 A Farris use Ac vs John Wallace;
18 W B Russell vs M C Napier;
U J W Bibee vs XI D Field;
15 W P Lawrence vs Nashville A Hillsboro Turnpike Co;
1C Liirion A Daiis use Ac vs Miles Bristow, admr;
17 Wilford Raim vs Nashville A Chattanooga K It Co;
1? Geo V Necly vs'f W Gilman;
19 Sunl Winston vs Tho Hickman's admr;
20 John Shelby vs L B Martin;
21 S ime vs M W Wet more;
22 Philip Harsh vs John 15 Koosley
2 j Forsvthe A Duncan vs John V Gilbert;
21 A L Davis vsPage A Rvman;
25 UibtStewartvs NO East;
23 Stewart A Davis vs same
27 J B Moore vs Jno J Marthuidinr;
23 Mary McKay vs ZachuripHlarrison etal;
20 George W Coleman vs Eli L Woods;
30 Henry Mannell vs Boyd McNairy;
31 S iml'Winston vs Lewis Fields;
3-2 T W Gilman vs J X Bertland;
81 Morton, Smith A Co, vs J W Wallace et al;
31 Same vs L E Temple;
35 N A O Kailrcad Co. vs Marvin Bead;
36 Martini Xeely by next friend, vs Enoch Cunningham;
37 James Young vs James Corbitt;
M W W A J T Walker vs John Bates.
B'J Mayor and Alderman of Nashville Exparte;
4J ilea P Clark, v.s Thomas Farrell;
41 llovd McNairy vs John 1) James;
42 Thomas Eakiii surviving partner v.s Matt Martin et al;
4i Millv Porter vs Wm P Bryan;
44 John Doe lessee vs John W Thompson;
45 Sane vs James M Kay;
4C, J F llard, vs Seay, French & Co,
47 W B Armistcad vs Kichard Brackin,
4 , Massini, vs X A C Railroad Co,
4 j Thos E ikin, u-e, Ac, vs G M I) Canlrell,
-,n V II Harrison's adnns. vs It A T Dismukcs,
11 Joseph Liv.ng-.ton vs Nashville Gas Light Co,
1,1 James L Greer vs E G Stover,
&s W A Cheatham vs E Goodrich,
54 HenrvIIart vsJanc Hams,
r3 Wm 'Philips vs sunc,
55 Wm Allen vs same,
57 Wm Philips vs same,
f, John Gastley vs W J Harmon;
0J A McCanipbell vs A W Vanleer;
CO V II Allen vsll H Hamncr;
CL Joseph Barnatd rs John N Williams;
Kobl Goodlett vs James E Doom;
6i Gillman A Hughes vs A Mackenzie et al;
CI Merchants' Insurance A T Co vs James Johnson ct al;
C K A Sanders vs James E Doom;
GS John Doe, lessee, Ac, vs John Shelby et al;
C7 Same vs Win Philips et al;
6S Same vs C W Nance;
Cj Same rs M M Monohan et al;
70 T W Gillman vs Charles Wright;
71 X AC Railroad Co vsStockley Donclson;
72 ThosGowJey, use Ac, vs E S Marshall;
73 Same vs Mime;
74 John Thompson v.s II C East;
75 Charles Baldwin vs C D Elliolt;
70 II G Dent vs II P Tourncr;
77 B FMoscly vs Wm Gililatn;
78 0 F Noel vs Timothy Walton;
7'j James Pricltett vs A W Vanleer;
80 H T Vcatman vs B F McGhee;
81 A X Brinkley vs John McDolc;
b2 Hadcock, Ha. chine A Reed vs G W McCown;
8; Same vs tame;
81 D A Bell vs Geo bloan;
h5 Same vs S o .n A Knight;
bO W W Alien va Jno N llohbs;
87 John Doe, lessee, vs Elizabeth Rithbone;
S3 Campbell, Martin A Co vs Rufus Morgan;
S3 II A Drcnner vs Bridge Company;
9 J K Smith et als, use, Ac, vs John A McEwen et al;
fll Geo L Sloan vs D A Bell;
92 J P Thomp-wi vs Thos O Morrow;
i)3 D C Love, admr, vs John McGavock;
DISK Anderson et al vs Ell L Woods et al;
S3 Planters' Batik vs Johu Ycitman;
Oil A C Shaffer vs Geo Bramble;
J7 J T Legitt vs Jno X Alexander;
JS H W lurby vs B F Foster;
'.(9 D Graham, use Ac, vsJ N Bertraad;
100 S F Ca-on vs A W Vauleer,
101 J J Mathinson vs same;
102 S B Hamilton vs M Hamilton ct nl;
103 W E Watkins vs B M Barnes;
101 James E Doomvs Fanny Goodlett;
103 Wm M Clarke vs J B Halbert, adm'r;
108 Myers A Looticy vs Ann Cahal, admr'x;
107 J W Btrdwell vs 1) Hopkins;
OS JVauderpool.Jr, vs McNairy A Hamilton;
10'J P M Armstrong vs II W Harrison;
110 Alex Smith vs B F McGehce;
111 State of Teunesscc vs K S Snell ct al;
112 Lanier A McXtckle vs AW Vanleer;
113 J no Doc, lessee, vs JM Boiidiirant;
114 John York A Co v.s B K McKenme;
1,5 John A McCanipbell vs Bell A Robards;
116 Same vs 1) A Bell;
117 Charles Payne v.s John A Payne;
118 Lanier A Falls vs A W Vanleer!
119 J II WoolfordvsJohnKeddick;
120 State of Tennessee vs K S Snell etal;
1"1 Geo D Hamlctt vs Isaac M Jones;
122 B S Wellcr vs J M Hughe?;
ln3 Jacob McGavock vs Edward Mclver;
124 Wilson Henry vs Miles Arlington's adm'r;
123 T D Miller vs James C Ross;
1G PS English vs Davis A Swan;
127 KobtMartin vsF B Edmondson;
123 Wm C Blackmanvs J B Halbert, adm'r;
13 A Crawford, adm'r. vs J II McEweu;
ISO F M Falls vs Jo B Smith;
W A Davis vs Wm Gilliam;
132 Dau Young vsBuena Vista Turnpike Co;
133 J B Snowden vs O B Smith; .
134 John Doc, lessee, vs It II McEwen;
35 T Y Jasper vs B M Barnes;
136 K M House vs Field and Martin;
187 Union Bank vs McNairy A Hamilton;
138 John A Cheatham vs C S Bell;
i SO B F Wajreoncr vs
140 A L Samuels vs
111 Same vs
142 John W Creech vs
113 WDMcXish vs
141 Same vs
n : .Tn I Brown vs
1.16 0 B Hays vs Gillman A Wright;
147 Dan'l Young vs A J Porter, ct al;
143 John K Hume vs B M Barnes;
14l G A J Anderson vs same;
150 John Beaty vs W II Wharton;
151 James S Hill vs W I) Robertson;
152 James Key vs WE Jones;
153 John I) Kcllcv vs Carlos Dimmick, adm'r;
15t IsaicN Watson vs C S Bell;
155 Johnson A Glcavcs vs Broad St Bridge Co;
156 John Thompson A wife vs McXatry A Hamilton;
157 J II Shepherd vsT L Marshall;
158 J B Williams vs V K Stevenson;
150 Geo C Cummings vs Kobt Bell;
1G0 W HCaroll vs T J Vaughn;
1C1 Parker A West vs J B Hudson;
1C2 J M Hamilton vs McNairy A Hamilton;
1C3 N II Don vs Jesse Joiner;
164 John E Bell vs C S Bell;
ICS B Ferguson vs J McCullough, et al;
166 M II Howard vs 0 S Bell et al;
167 A Sandhousc vs C S Bell;
ICi Kobt Farquharsou vssamc;
i .;q A P. Carter vs same;
rri,. Mlnmn r'.'cftusesTlwl
171 A C Carter vs C S Bd!j
172 Same vs same;
173 W G Massey vs same;
174 EL C Drake vs Thos G James et al;
175 Jas Woods rs W H Long;
176 Jo P Brown rs C S Bell;
177 Wm Greer vs Isaac Jones;
178 A Cheatham vs M Watson, adm'r, et al;
179 Mark Young
rs C S Bell;
180 A U Uarter
182 EH Childress
183 Jo P Brown
184 WE Morgan
185 A Cheatham vs M Watson, adm'r, et al;
186 A C Carter vs C S Bell;
1H7 Clifton A Abott vs M J L Fuller;
13$ Cyrus ChaUield vs C S Bell;
19 Mark Young vs M Watson, adm'r, et al;
180 Martha Parker vs C S Bell et al;
191 Mark Young vs same;
192 Dan'l Graham, Pres'l, vs W E Owen;
193 J L Bateman vs D Hopkins;
191 Isaac N Watson vs 0 S Bell;
195 Dau'l Young vs C D Freeman;
196 A G Pickett vs D Hmice;
197 Y A Carr vs J S Haskell;
198 B G Hillard vs E R Glascock;
199 State of Tennessee v.s K S Snell et al;
200 S H Rash vs Geo W Mabry;
201 James Ridley's cx'rvs M K Buchanan et al;
202 W II Longvs B FMosley;
203 II Galewood vs Cartwright A Armstrong;
204 E II Childress vs I) McPhail et al;
"2'J5 James Donelon vs James Hessey etal;
206 John Lawhorn vs S II Davis;
207 S W Atkinson vs Krcider A Co;
2oi Shelton Martin vs J M Mayo;
209 Robt Levy vs Wm Andr?on etal;
210 Moore A Whitworth, ex'r vs same;
211 Same vs same;
212 John II Sloan vs J S Haskell; --
213 JohnK Edmondson vs Charle3 Barrett;
214 K C McNairy vs C H Bachus;
215 Fill W McGavock v.s T V Uillaian elal;'
216 II W McGavock A Co vs same; ..- .
217 James Miller vs Edward Stewart;
213 John Davis vs CS Bell et al;
219 G Cole vs Lewis Horn;
220 G W Krebo vs Pitts A Son;
221 Martin A Co vs M Bell;
222 Ann Pope vs Geo A Washington;
22 i Parker A West vs It B Hudson;
22 1 Same vs W B Hudson;
225 Samuel P Ament vs Thos Powell; -v v
226 Gideon J Pillow vs M W Wetmore;
227 Dver Pearl A Co vs W R Lucus et al;
223 Davis A Swan vs J W Bell ct al;
229 A P A A R Holden vs W H .McNairy et al;"
230 Jules Hanoi vs same;
231 Bull A Wilder vs same;
232 Henshaw, Edwards A Co vs same;
233 Queen City Varnish Co vs same;
231 J PTownsend, surviving partner, vs same;
235 Hunting A Lotts vs Mime;
236 Chas Fisher A Co vs same;
237 Kisson A Keeler vs same;
233 Wigganl A Snowden vs same;
239 Eugeuc Kousscll vs same;
240 Joeph Boury vs same;
241 Aldridge A Easp vs Morton, Smith A Co;
242 Union Bank vs Churchill Lanier;
243 Same vs G Marshall; ." -
244 Planter's Bank vs II N Myers et als; I -
245 Same vs F E Pitts et als;
216 Same v W W Hinkle et al;
247 K II C Bagley vs J B Clements; :
213 J W Birdwei'l vs Isaac Paul et al;
249 W II Bedford vs F E Pitts;
250 J Birdwell vs B F Foster, "
253 E II Childress vs B F Mosley;
252 J Corry, Cashier, vs A L Davis;
253 W II Calhoun v.s Charles Conger;
25-1 W F Davidson vs Win E Jones;
255 Enoch Ensley vs R II Wallnce et als;
255 John P Erwln, Trustee, vs It S Snell et al;
257 John K Edmonoon, ex'r, vs J II McEwen; -
258 J M Hamilton vs C S Bell ct al;
259 J W Hamilton vs C S Bell et al;
260 Same vs same;
2.-1 A H Harris vs Jesse Joiner;
262 C W Hays v.s M Watson, admret al;
263 David Hopkins vs J II Sloan;
264 E C Hurrell vs A A .McLean;
265 Joseph Jones vs J Michcll; - '
266 J Mitchell vsJcs5o Joiner: . , :
2J7 WL. Murphy vs X A C Railroad Co; . ; .
263 Morton, Smith A Co vs C F Berrvi
269 McCann A Adams vs Hugh Douglass;
270 John Poterfield vs Theo Fagundus et al;
271 J 11 Patterson vs John Shelby admr;
272 Gideon J Pillow vs M W Wetmore;
.1 It P.irisli v. O ivr-r TmvlPS!
274 It Phitms et al vs li X llu!me;
275 J A Kobe vs E Morton et al;
276 J H Sloan vs D.tn Hopkins;
277 Satnl Seay vs Thos C Bates;
278 W G Shelton vs N A C R It Co;
279 John Thompson vsB McNairy etal;
2io Williams A Bro vs John Scott;
251 J W Yeatman use Ac vs Jno W Armstrong;
232 Bank of Tennessee vs II S Atkinson etal;
233 Sme vs W II Horn et al;
234 Same vs W M Brown et al;
233 S. m 2 vs II W McG ivick e al;
2-6 W Strickland vs J .Masher;
237 James Woods v.s W II Long;
283 J II Sloan vs J S Haskell,-
2S9 C A Breast vs Susan Philips; -
290 James Parks vs same; . . .
291 W G Massey vs M Watson admr et al;
2U2 L F Beech vs same;
293 W F Newsom vs J N Uulme et al;
294 L F Beech v.s C S Bell et al;
295 John II Pointer vs M Watson admr et al;
396 O B Smith vs T Fanning; . .
297 B II Shepherd vs C S Bell et al;
2-JS E 11 Childless vs same;
299 Jacob McGavock vs M Edwards et al;
800 James Hamilton admrvs J II Charlton et al;
301 Franeis Xeal vs Isaac X Kinibro;
302 Seay A Shepherd Vs M L Shaub;
SOS StaUMif Tennessee vs K S Suell ct al;
304 M C Dunn vs Samuel Houston;
363 James Hart vs E W G Butler exr;
f.06 A Lewis vs Zcbulon Williams;
007 James Whitworth vs Isaac Paul et al;
305 Jacob McGavock vs James C Owen;
3 John Beaty vs Mutual Protection Insurance Co;
310 Kobt Lusk vs M Read;
311 W B A J B Hudson v.s L C Coleman;
312 Jatne Whitworth vs C B McXairy exr ct al;
313 P R R tins vs J C Ross et al;
314 Planters Bank vs Isaac Paul ct al;
310 N A M Franklin Turnpike Co vs Jno M A W L B Law
rence; 310 John Reid vs A A McLean;
317 Elias II Simpson vs A Balch;
313 Bank of Tennessee vs B F McGheeet al;
319 Dyer Pearl A Co vs F K Lanier;
320 Tl'ios Dale A Co vs Nashville Bridge Co;
321 P II Childress vs G L Sloan ct al;
322 Same vs M Watson admr et al;
323 Elias II Simpson vs B P Moslev;
3.'4 J Hardin v.s Geo D ILunlett;
325 E II Childress vs Sarah V Williams et al;
326 F It Rains vs W K Turner et al;
327 R M Porter and wife vs E W G Butler exx Ac;
323 W W Lvles et al v.s W K Lucus;
32a J R Watson vs John Page; , ,
3'0 Union Bank vs C B McXairy exr;
331 J B Knowles v.s II W McGavock et al;
332 Planters Bank vs E A Herman et al;
333 Same vs same
334 Geo A Harrel vs T W Shearon;
335 J II Jeffrey A Sons vs A D Berry;
335 Grccuwav, Bro A Co vs same;
337 Potits, Bannister A Harris vs same;
333 J A McEwca use Ac vs same; .
320 A C Carter v.s A Jackson etal;
340 Planters Bank vs WA Kichbaum.
THOS. T. SMILEY, Clerk,
marll lwlw By A. C. Noevkll, 1). C.
NO. il, UNION ST.
J'OOX fc RUTLAND.
The Footptith and Highway; Or, Wanderings of an
American in Great Britain, 1851-2.
The Fiscal History of Texas. Embracing an ac
count of iu Revenues, Debts, and Cun-ency, from com
mencement of the Revolution in 1S31 to 1351-2.
History of the National Flag of the U. S. A. By
S. Hamilton, Captain by brevet, U. S. A.
Trench, On the Study of Worms.
Day-Djeams. By Martha Allen.
Prose and Verse. By Thos. Hood.
E0ADS AND RAILROADS.
A Manual of the Principles and Practice of
Comprising the Location, Construction, and Improvement.
By W. M. Gillespie; Cth edition.
Nicholson's Mechanic's Companion Comprising Carpentry,
Joinery, Bricklaying, Masonry, Slating, Plastering,
DOWNING'S COUNTRY HOUSES.
The Architecture of Country Houses Including Designs
for Cottages, Farm Houses, Ac., with remarks on
Warming and Ventilating. 320 Illustrations.
A Manual for the Amature, and Basis ot Study for tho Pro
fessional Artists. By J. G. Chapman, N. A.
mnrfh 7 -i-l Union stTPP.t.
TTI.'ST RKCFIVED. A superior assortment of sea-
(J sonable Ready Made Clothing, consisting of
Black Cloth Frock Coats; Black Drap d'Etat Sacks;
Colored " " " " " pants;
" Sacks; Fancy Cassimere do;
BitfT, white and figured Marseilles Vcsti..
And a variety of other clothing, embracing a fine and
elegant assortment T. J. HOUGH.
xm5 Cedar street
BLANKS FOR MERCHANTS.
"jgLANK BOOKS of every description and superior quali-
BLAXK SCRAP BOOKS, for invoices;
BLANK BILLS OF EXCHANGE;
BLANK NOTES and CHECKS on all the Banks;
Nil BILLS OF LA DING, bound and unbound;
SH L)TT,ER BOOKS For sale uy
1 nflAKLES V. HllITIL
No. 1 College street
S"rk Mills family Flour;
Bula Flour. For sale by
W. R nnnnnv x. nn
NEW BOOKS BY EXPRESS.
THE GIP3EY, a Novel, by G. P. R. James.
THE MYSTERIOUS MARKSMAN, a great Prize Novel,
by Emmerson Bennett, Esq.
HESTER SOMERSET, a Novel, by A M , first
American from the last London edition.
MY NOVEL: or, Varieties in English Life, by Sir Ed
ward Bulwer Lytton.
THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN BLAKE, by M. G.
THE MARRYING MAN, a Tale founded'on fact, by the
author of Frank Farleigh.
THE FLYING ARTILERIST, a Tale of Mexican Trcach
ery, by Harry HazeL
CLAUDE DUVAL, the Dashing Highwayman.
The Mysteries of Boston, New York and Philadelphia, a
work cf thrilling interest, complete in 1 vol.
AH for sale by febl9 F. HAGAN.
SCHOOL BOOKS AN D STATIONERY A larce as
sortment, in store and for sale by
febl9 F. HAGAN.
HIBBERT'S CHEMICAL WRITING FLUID.
MAYNARD A NAYE'S BLACK INK.
MORRISON'S and others large stock the trade sup
plied at low prices, by F. HAGAN,
febl9 Market street.
INDIAN BATTLES, MURDERS, SEIGES AND FORAYS
IN THE SOUTHWEST.
NARATrVES OF Gen. Hall, Col, Browx, Cait. Caer,
Jonx Davis, Joilv Boslet, Samuel Blaib, Dr. Shelby
Tuos Everett, Joilv Kaixs, and including accounts of
Aickqjad: Campaign Attack on Buchanan's Station The
Cold Water Expedition Burning of Siykr'i Tort Bat
tle of Caney For!: Attach on Greenfield FortDfenc of
Bledsoe's Lick Sijt on Boonsloro' 2hs Blue Lick Be
One vol., paper. Price 30 cents. The thrilling interest
of the above Narativcs must be attended with great popular
ity and an overwhelming sale. I therefore wish to engage
ONE HUNDRED AGEXTS to undertake the sale of them
in every county in this State. A small capital of from $15
to 50 will give the agent an out-fit from which a splendid
profit may be realized. For particulars, address or call on
feb9 F. HAGAN, Publishers' Agent.
HARPERS' MAGAZINE FOR MARCH Just received
by mar2 F. HAGAN-
NLNET7 TOWN LOTS WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION !
fn ThaciIoi- 1 r.tl, IT. 1 o-')
rpll E above LOTS are tn the town of STEVEXSON, at the
jl junction oi inc .ucmpuisana unmieston, ana tne asn
ville and Chattanooga Railroads, 230 miles from ilemphis,
113 miles from Nashville, and 38 miles from Chattanooga,
and in Jackson county, Alabama. This place is at the point
ot Cumberland'Mountain, situated on the margin of one of
the richest rallevs of Tennessee river, and surrounded by
ioiests oi tne oesi uinocr m tne union, anil iron and coal to
an unlimited extent the Xashville and Chattanooga rail
road has been finished to and past that point from Nashville.
and t .epartof this road between Stevenson and Chattanoo
ga will be done by July next, and the Memphis and Charles
ton roau irom tms point to inc loot ot ttie Jluscle Shoals, a
distance of 170 miles, is all under contract, and far advanced
or finished, and will all be done in 10 to 18 months. Tho
Sehna road will enter the Nashville and Chattanooga railroad
a few miles beyond Stevenson, and the connection at Chat
tanooga with the East Tennessee and Virginia roads, the
Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina roads, and the Selma
road tills side, and with the South-west through the Memphis
and Charleston road, connecting with the New Orleans and
Nashville, and Mobile and Ohio railroads, and by thexNash
villeand Chattanooga road to Nashville with all the North
and North-west alley of the Mississippi, gives Stevenson a
most commanding position for a inanulaeturing and commer
cial point, and justifies, we think, the prospect of a large city.
Water, one of the vital necessaries of lite, flows out of the
mountain at this place in great abundance for all local pur
poses, and to supply any number of steam engines; and ol the
Uncst freestone and limestone.
This point is healthy, and combines the scenery of Switz
erland with tiie climate of Italy, connecting mountain and
valley. The rich lands and minerals, arc here in immediate
contact, with all these railroads to carry the products of
cither to market, in any direction.
There is already a thriving little village at ibis place, all
built in a few months, and great desiic to buy on the part of
parties at a distance. This sale is advertised to give all a
chance at public sale, which will take place as above stated,
on Tuesday, the loth day of March next, commencing at 10
u eiuctv, a. .
This pie j is, in point of railroad connection, simularly
situated to Atlanta, Ga., but much more advantageously, in
regard to productiveness of soil and coal and iron, which
surround it, and Atlanta, now six years old, has a popula
tion of over Colli) of the mist thrifty people in this Union.
Persons wishing to attend this sale, can reach Stevenson
daily by steamboats from East Tenneseee, South Carolina and
Georgia by way of Chattanooga, and from Alabama by a
daily line of steamers from Decatur, and a daily line of rail
road cars from Nashville, Tennessee.
One-tenth of the purchase money will be required to be
paid down, or a good well secured note at not over 4 months,
as may be agreed upon, and the balance in one and two
years with a lien retained on the ground to secure payment.
Plans will be exhibited on the day of sale.
J. F. ANDERSON A CO.
Feb. 14,1 353 w2t dtd
LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS,
J! 1' A. J. DUNG AX,
March 15, Kith, and 17th 1353.
I WILL sell at Auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
and THURSDAY, March 15th, 16th, und 17th, 1S53, the
largest and most attractive stock of STAPLE and FANCY,
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
That has ever been offered in Nashville.
My stock embraces every description of English, French,
German, Italian, India and American GOODS, all of the
Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture
and Turkey Red do, French, Scotch and American Ging
hams, Chainbrays and Bareges, Barege de Laities, Pans,
Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, tirilliantines, Chcne
Royals, Embroidered Muslins and Tarlctons. French. Scotch I
and American Lawns, of great variety; while Swiss, Book
and Mull .Muslins, plain and plaid Jaconets, plaid and etnb'd
white Swiss, Bishop Lawns and Victoria do. black Lawns,
Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords and
Castmieretts. A large stock of LINEN GOODS, imported
direct from Ireland, comprising yellow, pink, blav and
checked Linen Coatings, fancy aud bleached Linen brills,
Holland, 4 4, 9-S, 12-4 and b'cached Linen Shirtings and
Sheetings, 3-1, 7-3 and 4-1 Tickings, Apron Checks, and
Furniture do., Nankeens, Camlets, Denims, blue Drills and
Cottonades; book fold brown Linens, Farmers' Drills, and
California Cassimeres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest
ings, Marseilles white, buffand lig'd do., super French black
and col'd Cloths, super French black Uassimeres and Doe
skin do., fancy French Cassimeres, Tweed aud Union do.,
French and English Drap d'Etes, and a variety of other
Goods for Gentlemen's wear, Ladies' Dress Trimmings, 100
and 200 yard Spool Cotton, white and colored, black, white
and colored Thread, Sewing Silks, Redding, Tuck, Fine,
Ivory and side Combs, Buttons, Ac.
ALSO. Hats and Bonnets of every style and quality,
Gents double and single bntnnicd Palm and Leghorn Hats,
Panama Pedal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Russia, Satin and
Moleskin Hats; Ladies and Misses Bonnets; Devon Braid,
China Pearl, Belgrade Net Iice, Gossamer mixed and
Chrystal Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wreaths, French
Bunches, Sprigs and Outside Flowers.
j2"Au extensive variety of Bleached and Brown Domes
tics and Osnaburgs of all the different widths.
2T"Tne stock is worthy the attention of the largest buy
ers of Goods. Terms liberal.
Nashville, Feb. 25th, 1853. AND. J. DUNCAN.
FUTURE SALES. 1S53.
April 12, 13 aud 14. I June 14, 15 and 16.
May 17, 13 and 19. July 12, 13 and 14.
BBLS Old Rectified Whisky;
10 " Port Wine;
20 " Walker's Ale;
30 boxes, hlf andqr boxes Star Candles;
29 " Mould Tallow Caudles;
20 nests Market Baskets;
20 half bbls Mackerel;
25 bbls Loaf, Powdered and Crushed Sugar; ,
5 boxes I) K LoafSugar;
15 doz Zink Washboards;
20 bbls Ohio Irish Potatoes;
20 " Fresh Clover Seed;
40 bags Fresh Buck Wheat Flour;
SO bbls and hlf bbls Molasses;
15 " Cider Vinegar;
800 " Fine Green and Bl'k Teas, in mctalic packs;
200 " " " " " in chests;
330 " Kanawha Salt; 1
50 sacks Fine Salt:
10 bbls New York Gin;
5 " Apple Brandy;
1 butt superior Irish Whisky;
1 " Scotch do;
ALSO Many other articles in the Grocery line, which
will be sold at the lowest uotch for cash, and no mistake.
No. 23, opposite Sewanee House, College Street
EDUCATION. PARENTS desiring a rfeisant and
1 healthy Summer residence for their children, where
they will have the benefit of .puic air, good water and am
ple'plav grounds, will find a delightful retreat at Minerva
College; five miles cast of Nashville, Ten n.
Tins institution is under the Superintendence of MRS. C.
JONES, who with her accomplished assistants, will at all
times give prompt attention to the mental, moral and physi
cal culture of those placed under her charge. Address,
S. E. JONES, Franklin College.
References Drs. Bowling, Hall, Wharton, Winston's,
JoneaMelsrs. W. T. Berry A Co., Thompson & Co., McNai
ry A Furrain, Ewin Brothers, Currey A Martin.
jmarcn u neo-swo
f STATUTE WL'AWS OF TENNESSEE.
fctnv eimnle'SnfJ'Nrniinlsnn A- (Iiirn-liorJ W
ftalxTennessee, Justlreccived and for sale by
?feb25 b TVfi CHARLES W. SMITH,
r f Xy lises, arriTforSjSle
received an assortment of fine Ya
MYERS & McGILL.
JOHN YORK &CO., No 14, Union Street, has
THE BUILDER'S GUIDE a practical treatise on
Grecian and Roman Architecture, together with speci
mens of the Gothic style; also, practical treatises on
Geometry, Decimile Fractions, Mensuration, Trigo
nometry, and Carpentry and Joinery, embracing all
the necessary details, and particularly adapted to the
wants of the less experienced. By Charles Hills, prac
tical Architect Revised and improved with additions
of Villa and School House Architecture.
COTTAGES AND COTTAGE LIFE Containing plans for
country houses, adapted to tho means and wants of the
people of the United States, with directions for building
THE CARPENTER'S NEW GUIDE-Being a complete
book of Series for Carpenters and Joiners.
PRACTICAL MASONRY Or a theoretical and operative
Treatise of building, withrulo in Geometry and Stone
LANDRETH'S GARDEN SEED.
"R havft iust received direct from D. T.-in Jrot. . i
'V supply of his fresh Garden Seeds consistinir in
parioi me iouowiug, ii
. f . t i i - .
Landreth's Extra Early Peas;
Large, White Marrowfat "
Early York Cabbage;
" Drumhead "
Beans of assorted kinds;
Silver Skin Onions;
Long Salmon Radish;
Scarlet short top do;
Large red Tomatoes;
White Solid Celery;
Mountain sweet Water Melon;
Beets " "
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Gardeners and others would do well to supply them
selves early with these Seeds, as they are all direct from
Landreth's Establishment, and known to be of last year's
growth. For sale by STRETCH A OKU,
Drugjist, corner Union and Cherry streets, opposite State
SHIRTS! SHIRTS I ! Just received a large supply
of Patent Shoulder Seam Shirts, at various prices, all
warranted to fit, and give satisfaction in every way to the
purchaser. feb24 MYERS A McGILL.
QUIRT COLLARS. Just received an assortment of
O Collars, of various styles, and of the best quality
feb24 MYERS &. McGILL,
SCARF STOCKS. Just received a few elegant
Black Satin Scarf Stocks of different stvles, and for sale
by MYERS A McGILL,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing Store, No. 56, Col
lege Street. feb24.
"VTEGROES FOR SALE. 2 Women, with one child
X l each. Two Women without children. Four Boys
from 8 to 13 years old. One Girl 14 years old. One Girl
10 years old.
We wish to buy immediately, seven young Women, four
plough boys and two voung men, for a widow ladv in the
country. ' DABB3 A PORTER,
feb24 eoAw No. 33 Ced ar street
EDWARDS' SALOON CEDAR STREET.
TTAVING purchased the above elegant
I I, Saloon, the undersigned will continue ""&Js
to serve the public with the best Liquors Jk?
to be had at the best Importing Houses in theFastern cities.
i.i i..li.. i -t, iT.-i i rni.
Aiiacueu to mis iiouscisau exccueninesiaur.ini. ine ep
icure can be furnished with the best the mar
ket affords, at any hour of the da" or night.
SplendiU cooks are employed to attend specially to this de
partment, and gentlemen may rest assured that they can
have the wantsofthc "inner man" provided for at the short
est notice. The patronage heretofore extended to the house
is respectfully solicited. W. J. GARRETT, Proprietor.
riHE undersigned would respectfully in- fjSfC-xryk
I form their triends and the public that 5SiSSiS
they have taken the old ststid of C. T. Watsou, No. Si,
Deaucrick St., wlicre they intend to carry on UUAtUl JlAa
IXG in all its branches. We will keep constantly on hand
an assortmentof Carriages, which we will dis'pose of on
reasonable terms. Carnages of every description made to
order promptly. Repairing done on reasonable terms, and
the public may rely upon getting their work when promised.
Work entrusted to us will be warranted to be of the best
workmanship and materials.
ISTBLACKSMITIIING. Every description of BLACK
SMITH'S WOKK executed in the best manner on liberal
S"HORSE SHOEING We have in our employ experi
enced HORSE SHOERS, and the public may rely ongetrv
their horses shod in the neatest manner. All worke r I ig
to our care will be under the immediate supericttrd..
the Proprietors, and no pains or expense spared to give st.t
isfaction to all. We respectfully solicit from the publi a
liberal share of their patronage.
leb 2 ly CRAM A S1IEPI1 1-.RD.
PUBLIC SALE OF BUILDING LOTS AT ALIS0NIA
HAVING been strongly solicited, by a large number of
persons to sell Lots adjacent to the above Sorinirs. I
have concluded to yield to these solicitations; I will, there
therefore.ou the 20th of April next, offerat public auction.on
the premises, a number of BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
immediately at or near the Springs, of appropriate form and
size for residences with necessary appendages. Those much
aumired ana Vbltl V ALUAliLfci SrUl-SuS are beautiful
ly situated on a bench of the Cumberland Mountain; imme
diately on the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at a De
jiot, so miles from Nashvtlle, and but a few miles from Cum
berland Tunnel. There is a Magnificent Chalybeate. Su
perior Sulphur, and a number of Free-stone Springs, all in
close proximity. A more healthy, desirable, and convenient
location fora SUMMER RETREAT cannot be found in any
Building Materials in abundance may be had at the place.
as I have on hand several hundred thousand (rood Brick
and a quantity of Lime, and in a short time will have in full
operation a Steam Saw Mill of the first order.
Terms made known on the day ot sale.
555A Plat of the above may be seen at my office in Win
chester, or at Alisonia Depot. WM. ESTILL.
Ahsonia, rranklm co., lenn., reb. 21, 18o3 dwfd.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
mnOSE two Store Houses on Union street, one oc-
JL cupied by Voizot, the other by Flowers, are now
offered for sale. Each front about 20 feet on Union W
street the lots about 100 feet deep.
If not previously sold, they will be offered at Public Sale,
at the Court House door, in Nashville, on SATURDAY, the
2nd day of April next, at 12 o'clock.
Terms. 6. 12, IS, and 24 months, for notes bearing interest
from date, payable in Bank, with two good endorsers.
mrl ' L1NDSLEY A CROCKETT.
I7INE CIGARS. "20,000 fire Regalia and Londre Ci-
gars, expressly for the Retail trade, just received per
steamer R. R. W. Hill. K. A J. NIXON.
-50 boxes Oranges, just received by
R. k J. NIXON.
LONDON PORTER and INDIA ALE. 10
casks London Porter and India Ale, just received.
march4 R.A J. NIXON.
FIGS. 400 Drums fine Smyrna Figs, just received by
march t It. A J. NIXON.
FOR SALE. A Frame House on Cherry street,
South Nashville, near the Furniture Manufacto
ry, containing 9 rooms and passage with kitchen, servants j
Also a large brick house on Vine street, lot fronting 40
feet on Vine street, running back 180 feet, between Churry
and Broad streets. GLOVER A BOYD,
march5 General Agents.
HE NEW TESTAMENT With brief Notes and
Instruction, containing the References and Marginal
Readings of the Polyglot Bible. By the Rev. Justin Ed
wards, T). D. Publis'hcd by tho American Tract Society.
For salcjby feb22 CHARLES W SMITH.
SODA WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, drawing andbottleing, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, with ex
plicit printed directions for its use, by
conxER or rinsT avenue and 2Gtii steeet,
Opposite Bellevue, New York
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac., in the United
Stages, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
jan 27 3m Established 20 Yeaes.
CALL SOON. For sale An excellent Blacksmith
2 valuable stout Men:
8 Women, extra Cooks and House Servants:
1 Woman and Child, 21 years old, good Cook;
1 very pretty Girl, 13 Tears old;
1 No. 1 lancy'Boy 13 years old;
DABBS A PORTER,
feb7 No. 33, Cedar street.
HERRMAN S. SARONI,
Professor of Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and
Terms. One Dollar a Lesson, payable quarterly. Letters
addressed as above, will meet with prompt attention,
QUNDRIES. Now landing from steamer America
Iki 100 boxes Soap:
10 ceroons Indigo;
20 bags Pepper;
25 do Ginger;
10 do Spice;
15 do Almonds;
100 dozen Buckets ;
and for sale by febl4
& castes .siaaaer ;
32 half barrels Soda ;
15 barrels Alum;
10 tierces Rice ;
10 boxes Orangea ;
MORRIS A STRATTON.
RAMAGE & CHURCH,
42, COLLEGE STEEET.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Trunks,
Valices, Carpst Bags, Caps, &c.
WE are now in receipt of a lot of No. 1 Sole Leather
Trunks and Ashland Valices; with a large assort
ment of Black Kip, Russett and Common Trunks. Ladies
81 Ind. extra Russett full Band Trunks.
Bonnet Boxes, Ctffpet Bags, Ac. Jnst opened bv
mar5 RAMAGE A CHURCH.
TT7AMILY GROCERY. Families living
X; near or on Broadway can always get the fol- '
lowing articles aimysiore,xo. oz, onuroaaway,
in small or large quantities from day-light to 10 at night:
Butter, Eggs, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Candles, Bacon, Lard and
1W Vprit in a FftmilvGroeerr.
febl 6 ! TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway.
0. MACCUECOR, jr. F- ALLOWAT, j. baxkhead.
MACGREGOR, ALLOW AY & CO.,
55 St. Charlfs Street, (third Store above St Charles HoteL)
n3T N. E. ALLOWAY A CO., Nashville, Tena, are at
all times prepared to make liberal cash advances on ship
ments to us. sepl6
FR00TUUFACTORY I PHILADELPHIA;
A BEAUTIFUL LOT of Black and Fancy CASSIMERE
PANTALOONS of new styles, and made in the best
manner expressly for our retail sales in Nashville.
We have also a beautiful assortment of Black and Fancv
colored DRESS, FROCK and SACK COATS, with a full
stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods of the finest andmost
costly articles : such as GLOVES; SUSPENDERS, CRA
VATS, STOCKS, WHITE SHIRTS, of superior quality.
Also Davies and Jones' SHOULDER SEAM SHIRTS, of
different qualities; UNDER SHIRTS and DRAWERS o'
various qualities and materials. Gentlemen can depend up
on being supplied at any time with good Goods and at rea
sonable prices, by calling at our establishment on Cedar
street, near the Post Office
jan20 CLIFTON A ABBOTT.
BUCKETS. -200 dozen Pat eyed Beaver Buckets for
sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO.
GLASS WARE. 100 boxes Jenny Lind quart Flasks;
100 boxes Fancy pint Flasks;
100 " " Kp'nt do;
For sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO.
M"AILS. 2000 kegs Shoenbergers Nails, all sizes for
-- ' oy ieD.' W. 11. UUKUU.N & CU.
COPPERAS 200 bbls. Green Steubenville Coppcr
as for sale by feb25 W. H. GORDON A CO.
SAI CANDLES 100 boxes Work A Co.'s Star
Candles in whole. t und t Wo. p..- .. u '
feb'-'5 W. IL GORDON A CO.
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HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
FALL & CUNNINGHAM,
t No. 47, College Stkeet, Nashville, Tenx.
ARE now in receipt of their entiiestock of HARDWARE
and CUTLER for the Spring Trade, and in calling
the attention of the merchants of Middle and East Tennes
see, Kentuckj-, and North Alabama, to their large and varied
assortment, ttiey feel confident that it will compare favora
bly with that ol any House in any country, and when the
ijein of Transportation is consideied, it will be found that
self-interest should prompt all dealers in this section of the
country to encourage a home market.
They also invite the attention of Blacksmiths, Carpenters,
and Fanners visiting Nashville to their assortment of Tools,
Fanning Implements, Ac, a large stock of which they always
keep on Iiaad.
leathers, Ginseng and Beeswax, taken at the highest mar
ket prices in exchange for goods, or in payment of debts.
Feb. 20, 1853.
WM. II. S11IT1I.
WM. E. JONES.
SMITH & JONES.
Agency for tho Prosecution of Claims of every description
against tho United States.
No. 22(, Cherry Sired, Nashville, Tennessee.
rpHE undersigned have been successfully engaged for sev-
JL erai years, in tne prosecution ol claims against the Uni
service in any of the Wars of the United States. In the
course of many years experience in the business, they have
procured much valuable information, cf material assistance
in procuring the allowance of claims. They have in their
possession much evidence of Revolutionary, and other ser
vice, which will be found of benefit to those having claims.
By a recent enactment of Congress, all widows of Revolu
tionary Officers and soldiers, at any time married, are enti
tled to a Pension for life, nil widows and minor orphans, of
those who died in the service, or of wounds, or disease con
tracted while in the service in the various Indian wars since
iT'JO, as well as the war of 1812 and the war with Mexico,
are entitled to five years Half Pay and those who have al
ready received it, to HalfPay for five years more. All com
munications prepaid," promptly attended to. No charge
made, unless we succeed in procuring the allowance of the
claim. SMITH A JONES.
. feb2S c a TVi tf.
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
TIIE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
Monday the 10th day of May next.
First Dat. Association Purse $250 Two mile
? Second Day Association Purse 8150 One mile
Third Dat Association Purse $100 Three mile
Fourth Dat Association Purse $200 Three best
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat 75
entrance, $25 forfeit. Three or more to make a race, te
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
give S100 provided the stake is filled. To bo ruu on the
first day of the meeting.
A Sweepstake for all ages Two mile heats $100 en
trance, $50 forfeit Three or more to make a race, to name
and close on Saturday, at 3 o'clock, preceding the regular
races. The above stake to be run on Tuesday the second
day. All entries to be made to the Secretary under seal.
inarchS td e E. R. GLASCOCK, Scc'y.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING ANDjTAILORING ESTAE
MENT, No. 11, Cedar Strut, five doors from the PuUic Square,
i li&iici mar oe iouna a cnoice and welt selected
stock of Cloths, Casimcres and Vesting, all
of which will be made up to order in the mostFash-
lonaDie btvic ana at as snort notice as can be done in any
city in the Union, and at prices to suit the times.
Ready 3Iade Clothing. Coats, Pants, and Vests of
all kinds. A fine assortment of Men's Furnishing
Goods: Silk and Merino under Shirts, Shirts, Stocks,
Gloves, Suspenders, Cravats, Pocket Handkerchiefs, silk
and linen, Shirt collars, Umbrellas, Ac,
t$?"Garments cut at the shortest notice. Please call and
examine, mr 5 THOS. J. HOUGH, Agent.
JUST RECEIVED T. J. Hough is now receiving
and opening his Spring and Summer stock, consisting of
Cloths, Cassimeres, estings, tc., in great variety nnd of
latests styles. Also, a superior lot of Ready Made Cloth
thing, and Gentlemen s Furnishing Goods to all of which
he invites the attention of his friends and the public gener
ally; mr5 T. J. HOUGH.
G. W. KIIIBEE,
Piano Tuner and Bepairer,
Refer to: Jas. Diggons, J. B. West, Dealers in Pianos
and Music... II. S. Saroni, G. M. Taylor, J. K. Opl, W.
Waterman, J. Gomez, Profs. Music.
Leave Orders at Mr. West's, Diggons or Morton'3 Music
Stores, Union Street
Orders from the country will be promptly attended to
jan 20 dtwAwly.
WANTED, by a Young Lady, who has had consider
able experience, a situation, as a Music Teacher in
some Institution of character. She can refer to individuals
with whom she has lately been engaged in Teaching. Ad
dress A. N. S., Wesley.
Wesley, Haywood county, Tcnn., Feb. 21, 1S53 lm
NOTICE VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
TRACT of Land, containing 118X acres, situated in
Willinmsnn cnnntr npnr the line between William
son nnd Davidson; being 10 miles distant from Nashville, 9
from Franklin, and 2 from the Franklin and Nashville Turn
pike; situated on a public road leading to the former place,.
OnemilewestoflheOwen and Winstead Pike, one and a
half miles east of the Harper Pike, one and three quarter
miles east of the Naihvillo and Columbia Railroad, adjoin
ing an excellent Church, convenient to Mills, conlenient to
several excellent Physicians, and in half a mile of a good
School House. . , , . ,
"The Dwelling on said place w a Iarga brick, two and .
half stories high, with an ell attached; a high and healthy
situation, with a bold-running spring of excellent water
with Smoke-house, Kitchen, btables, and Cribs, with an
Orchard of excellent Fruit Brees, and six acres of Cedar
Timber, five miles of the place
marS GIi0VER.Jt BOYD, Gon'l Agfa
ted btates, tor J'eruiont, JJounty Land, Mack Way, llalfPay
and Commutation, Transportation, and Lucira fay, and in
fact, claims of every description, crrowing out of military
THE INFALLIBLE COUGH REMEDY.
DR. C. WILLIAMS
Compound Pulmonic Balsam of Wild Cherry and Weed
Tor the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Eecpinccough ,
Croup, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, Asthma and Ctn
New Protidence, Tenn., Dec 26. 1S50.
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sir: We also take pleasure in
stating that in every cose in which our Pulmonic Balsam
has been used, it has given the utmost satisfaction.
PORTER A DYCUS, Druggisti-
SvcviioRE Mills. Tenn., Dec 23, 1850.
Dr. C. Williams Dear Sin For the last two weeks w
have been entirely out of your Pulmonic Balsam of Wild
Cherry and Wood Naptba. It gave gieat satisfaction to all
who used it, and we are of the opinion thai a considerable
quantity can be sold in this market. You can send us four
more dozen immediately, and when needed will order a fur
ther supply. Yours respectfully,
WALTER, SCOTT A CO.-
New Albany, Miss., Feb. 8, 1351.
Dr. C. Wiluams Dear S n Your Pulmonic Balsam is
selling rapidly and gives entire satisfaction. You will please
forward us another supply on receipt of this, to the euro cf
J. M. Patrick, Memphis, Tenn., and oblige vours respectfully-
DOKSEY A WILLIAMS, Druggists
From a highly respectable merchant.
Hollt Sprlvcs, Miss., May 28, 1S52.
Dr. Charles Wij.luus Dear Sin Although unsolicited,
I take great pleasure in informing you thrcugn the agency
of your invaluable preparation lor coughs amT diseases of the
lungs, my wife has entirely recoveied her health, and is per
fectly free from the hacking cough that so annoyed her. Tho
The bottle received from you, tud one procuied from the
drug store here, produced" the change. I have taken paina
to recommend it to my friends, ami have no other beliaf
than that it is destined to become the medicinettf tie South.
Yours sincerely, S. 0. CAREY.
For sale Wholesale and Retaikand on Agency by J. M
ZIMERMAN, Wholesale Druggist, who is the General.
Agent for this popular and valuable preparation at the city of
Nashvilla and surrounding country. It is also for sale by
the following Druggists :
CAUTWK1GIIT A ARMSTRONG,
W. W. BEKltY,
CEOKGE W. HENDERSI10TT,
H. G. SCOVEL.
BEACH, FLEMING A CO.,
GTKUY A MARTIN, Nashville.
BINGFOKD A McDEKMOTT,
E. G. CLOUSTON, T
F. S. WOLK1 UG E, f ri,nLIlD T
HAWKINS A TOWLER, Columbia.
And by all Druggists in every town in the State of Ten
nessee, and all the houtheru and Western Stales,
mr 1 lm dtw w
Tine FliiladeSsjInia Store
No. 18, Public Square, next door to Plummer & Co.
SOJIN,IIILLMAN & CO.,
RESPECTFULLY tike this method of informing their
friends and.tHe public generally, that they will on or
about the 1st of March next, open, at the above mentioned
stand, a large
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Establishment.
With an extensive and entire new style of
Of the latest inifmrtations, ami selected with great caro
for thus market, and which, through their connection with
some of the leading Eastern Houses, they are able to sell at
the very lowest eastern market prices ; they, therefore, re
spectfully ask a share of the public patronnge.
feb2d SPUN, HILLMAN A CO.
H. & B. DOUGLAS 8c
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IS
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
SHOES, BOOTS, BONNETS, HATS, UMBRELLAS, PAR
ASOI.S. AC, At'.,
North side of the Pxildic Square, Nashcille, Tenn.
XTE have in stole a complete stock and general assort-
T t iueiu oi apnng auu summer t.oous.
In asking theatteution f dealers to this exceedingly beau
tiful and emiuently desirable collection of Goods, we would
say we are now prepared to supply our patrons on better
terms aud at lower prices, than the same goods can be pro
cured, in like quantities, from cither Philadelphia or N. York.
The selections have been made with great care, and are
in every particular adapted to the requirements of the trade.
The stock is not only the largest, but the most varied and
elegant in its assortment ever offered by any one in Nash
ville. We want Fcithcrs, Beeswax, Ginseng, Wool, White
Linscy, aud Woolen Socks, to auy extent, at full narket
value. febl-t 2m. H A B. DOUGLAS A CO.
SPRING GOODS FOR 1S53.
IMPORTERS and JOINDERS,
No. 48, Public Square, NatheiUe, Tennessee.
HAVE now in store their SPRING STOCK, com
prising every variety of
Fancy and Plain Ribbons, Printed JLawns,
Jaconets, Prints, Ginghams,
WHITE GOOD Si
Cloths, Cassimeres, White aud Blay Linens,
Jeans aud Cottonades, French and
English Drap DcEte,
BONNETS, HATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac., Ac,
which they offer for salo on their usual iberal terms to
prompt time or cash dealers.
Feathers, Ginseng, Beeswax and Wool, always taken at
the highest market prices. feb22
ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HAS now in store a full stock of BRITISH, FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN
adapted to the present and approaching season, and to which
he will continue to receive additions by every steamer
Black and colored Silks;
Fancy Dress do;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Lawns;
Embroideries and Laces;
Linen and Silk Hdkfs;
Satin and Silk Vestings;
Black Dress Goods;
F rench Printed Lawns;
Silk and Satin Ribbons;
Cloths and Cassimeres,
Cottonades, Nankeens, Kremlins, Chambry, Camlets,
Fancy Prints, Black Prints, English and French 4-1 Chintz,
Bleached and Brown Muslins, Uleached and Brown Drill
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ac.
A L S O
New Stylo Bonnets, Ribbon3, Artificial Flowers and
Wreaths, Bonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which he is prepared to offer at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and i espectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally. .
A. J. D. is agent for several large factories,
and will soon be largely supplied with their
goods. Nashville, Feb. 25. IS53.
JOSEPH F. LUNT0N,
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stock of th
roost desirable goods of the season embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbcns, Silk
Drap Goods, White Goods of all kiudsLaces and Embroide
ries, French Jaconetts. Lawns and Cambrics Bareges,
Barege deLaincs. Brilliantmes; a variety of other Dress
Goods Hosier)-of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions, Hard- .
ware etc Looking Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis'
tols besides a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods, to which he now submits the inspection of
Merchants of the city and country trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods from the East Merchants
generally, ara invited to examine my stock and compare
nrices-with that of other houses in the trade.
V feb 23 J. F. DUNTON.
-VjOTlCE TO STOCKHOLDERS, An Election
iM will bo held at the Planters Bank of Tennessee, on
Monday, th day of March, to elect Eleven Directors to man
age the affairs of said Bankfor the ensuing year.
Feb. 1. 1653-dlw Q. bWIQ. Cashier.
FRESH SEEDS. 50 bbls Clover Seed; 15 rrds
Millett Seed ; 5 bbls Timothy Seed; 35 bags Blue
GngSeed, on hand and foRIS A STRATTON.
QWEET HAVANA ORANEust received
Q twobarrels Sweet Oranges. B- A J. MXO.N.
& OLDEN SYRUP.
10 qr. bbls Golden Syrup,
10 hf. " Sugar House Molasses,
IS bbls LoafSugar,
k fVd. do.
" Just rccoi ved trom
sm St Louis, and for sale dv