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CHURCH & MARLING, Proprietors.
OFFICE-'0. G9, UNION BUILDINGS, CHERRY ST.
THE WEEKLY. UNION Is furnished to subscribers at
the following rates: Single copies, one rear in advance.
52 50; within theyear3 00; at the end of the year 00.
C-Of five and upwards-?2 00 per copy for one
Vtt: clubs of subscribers will be received for six months
at the foregoing rates.
The TRI-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday, at $5 per annum in advance; if not paid xa
The DAILY is published at Eight Dollars.
I2TTHE MONEY IN ALL OASES TO ACCOMPANY
Remittances of subscriptions may be made by mail at our
risk. , ,
No paper will be sent out of the State unless the order is ac
companied with the ai-h.
ST. lOniS AUD HASHVIL1E WEEKLY PACKET
tobetwecn Nashville to St. Louis on the first nj ot water.
Being entirely new, unsurpassed for speed and accommoda
tions, and even- way adapted to the above trade, for winch
bhe has been purchased, a share of the travelling patron
age is respectfully solicited.
All orders entrusted to her will be filled with care and
tmnctUHhtV. A. uuiu,
POE CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE,
rpHE magniuiccnt new steamer, aA.u.
I ninnv Hi Piins. Jr.. Mauler. This
i l-i ,....nlifwit ,wir in iifr .;iv litre
-I' "v ' . .. mi - . .1 t, 4,An. 1.;
from Cincinnati; win run m me mwic ""'- ,T:;'
leaving Nashville every alternate Saturday at 4 o clock, I
M audleaun"- Cincinnati everv alternate Saturday at 11
o'clock P M. "The "Sam Cloon is unsurpassed m her ac
cotnmodations, by any steamer afloat and 1 what for her a
k'aare of public patronage. A. UAI1L.1U.,
"NEW ORLEANS AND NASHVILLE PACKET
itl'IH IOI1S UI1I llfCll. .,...... I IB. I I"
er, now being completed at New Albany, will take her place
iu the above trade as soon as navigation opens.
The Hill is entirely new, of the largest class, and is, m ev
erv respect, equal to anv Ste.anboat on the Western waters,
faac has been built under the superintendence of her expe-ricu'W-dptain,
and has all improvements required by the
late- l'a.v. A plan of her Cabin can be seen and State-rooms
csi -a-red by application to A. HAMILTON Agent,
octYi Mai kct street.
- T" Mr THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
the" Hill in New Orleans, and give his bent attention to the
purchase of Merchandise ordered by her. A. H.
REGULAbTpASSENGEP. STEAMER BETWEEN NASH
VILLE AND NEW ORLEANS.
rplIE swift and superior Steamer iV.ish
i villu, Tuos. Bbllsstoeu, Commander,
will resiiine her jilace in the above trade on
Will ivsuuie nvi ... ------- I 1
the first rise of water, learing Nashville every three weeks
throughout the season. 4 , r
The Nashville is unsurpassed by any Boat m the trade Tor
Bafetv, comfort tmd convenience.
A'nlan of her Cabin inav he seen and State-rooms engaged
by application to JAS. A". JIcA LUSTER & CO., Ag
J '. , Corner of Hrond ami College .Streets.
Mr THOMAS HAMILTON will act as Agent for
the Nashville in Now Orleans, and give his best attention to
the purchase of Merchandise ordered by her.
Master, will make regular trqvs in the above Trade: e.n ing
( INClN'N VTI everv W'edxbudat, at i (.clock; and leaving
NASHVILLE everv Toimday, at 4 o'clock.
- The above li.uts having been limit expressly for the
Trade will take their places asK,ii as navigation opens, and
will be thankful for orders for Merchandise, and piumiso to
ILT. YE ATM AN,
septil6m . AKe"i'L
FOR BUSKS VILLE AND WAITSB0R0'.
OF.GULAR EIGHT DAY PACKET. ith
lY The litrht dratieht fast running passcn
cer Packet ItEl'Ul'LIO.M.G. McOauusthk, "sife5
Lister, will make regular eight day trips in the above trade
dannir the season .Shippers and jiassengors may rely upon
. ...i.t...iiY- ti Tina im.ii inr fi
iiuiiiia.. w " -r; f r , ,'t'
.1 VMKS CLaIdoKM:. AtrnV
K ir l or to
D W A 0 EV
CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE and NASHVILLE T ACKET.
J. steamer li.N VOX, i uos. kodcciis, .uaa
i.r tnknii the nlace of the steamer
Ma'tlie Wavne and will make regular trips
iu t!ic above
tmle during the r.ion. ,
Leaving Cincinnati everv other A ednesday, at 4 o clock,
J M. Nashville every other Tuesday, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
'The above boat i cu'tirelv new and for speed and accom
modation is unsurpassed, "l will be tlmnktul for all orders,
and respectfully solicit for her cf-
jftl a kn Agent, Front Sh
RaiTLANDT" PADUC'AH AND NASHVILLE WED
6au nwnAT AWn SATURDAY PACKET.
r rMIE new nud splendid passenger steamer , tf?
X Odd IVIlow, CAl'T. JO. C. LLAKh,
WL leave Nashville on iierursnnp, on o;u- -Sffisps
urdavthe 7th instant, at 10 A. M., nud will coniimie in
the a'bovc trade, leaving Nashville on Wednasday.s nud Sat
urdavs, at lo A.M. ami leaving Paducah on Thursdays and
Mondays at 4 P. M. , , . .
The ODD FELLOW has been purchased by Capt, Louke,
fortlic above trade.-Her acconmiodations for jiasscngcrs
aro not sm-jiassed bv any jiacketon Cumberland river. I
ask for her a share of public patronage.
nov27-6m A. HAMILTON. Agent.
MEMPHIS AND NASHVILLE U. S. MAIL PACKETS.
', tv CITY OF HUNTSVlLLli
TIIE CITV OF nUNTSVILLE will leave Nasine lor
.Memphis every Friday; at f. o'clock, p. m.. and leaves
Memphis for Nashville every Monday, at 11 o'clock, a.m.
EMBASSY will leave Nashville for Memphis every Monday
at C o'clock, p. m., leaves Memphis for Nashville every
Thursday at 11 o'clock, a. m., delivering the mail at the sev
eral postoilices between the above port. They will also
touch at all points between the post ollices.
Persons traveling southward will find it to their adrantasc
to take this line, as it is from two to three days quicker and
equallv as cheap to New Orleans; meeiing 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 White River Mail Line. Eve-
UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
THROUGH IN FIFTY TO FlFTY-FlVE HOURS.
New York and Charleston Steam Packets.
LEAVES Adger's Wharves every Saturday
afternoon and each alternate Wednesday,
On Saturday, .Tas. Atlgcr, 1,500 tons, TrtirrvX
J. Dickinson, Commander Jlarion, 1,200 tons, M. Berry
The Southerner. W. Foster, Commander, will leave
each alternate Wednesday. Having been newly coppered
and guards raised, is now in complete order.
For freight or passage, having elegant Stato Room Acoom
modation, apply at the ollice 3 jfkls5U00Xf
ComerEast Bay and Adger's Sou. Wlwrvos.
Cabbin passage $-2o. Steerage s.
X. B. A new ship will be placed on the Line to connect
with the Southerner on Wednesdays. feblT trw
Af fiio Rirm of thn Snread Eaele. College Street
J&V i I 4
TIIE undersigned, is now prepared io execute aii
kinds of Wrought and Cast Iron Fencing.
VISVI, 1 .11 v. i ... -, i t . -
anu Vcranuau nailing. jrnmm i-awuicuiu
as any of that hi ought from the Eastern Cities, and at prices
as low as the same article can be procured elsewhere.
All kinds of Blacksmith Work at the shortest notice. The
public arc requested to give me a call and examine my pat
terns and prices. I will endeavor to give the utmost satis
gSwn. WILLIAM STEWART,
College Street, opposite the Firemen's Hall, Nashville.
' IMPROVEMENTS IN BEDSTEADS.
THE undersigned would call the attention of the public to
Ilinklcy's Improved Patent Elastic Wire Bottom Bed
stead, for making which we have purchased the right for
Middle Tennessee. Persons wishing to see it, will please
call at our Ware Rooms, corner of Cherry and Spring sts.
McCOMBS fc CORNELIUS.
fFWc 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 the best workmen. McC. & C.
De BOWS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN REVIEW.
Monthly Industrial aud Literary Journal,
PUBLISHED IX NEW-ORLEANS AT 5 PER ANNUM.
ary Edition Bound, 1840-'50, 8 Vols.. 25.
DRS. C. K & J. D. WINSTON,
OFFER their services to the citizens of Nashville and vi
cinity in practice of Medicine and Surgery.
Office on Cherry street, near the Bank of Tennessee.
Dr. J. D. Winston's residence, the house lately occupied
by Mr. Annstead, on Vine street, between Church aud
JUST RECEIVED. A few of those fine Black Satin
Apron Stocks. Apply soon. T. J. HOUGH4
J. M. ZD1EE.MAN.
J. H. ZIMEEMAN,
Wholesale Druggist and Pharmaceutist,
RiOS OP TIIE LlOX ASD MORTAR. 4 DOORS FR0JT
the Sqi'ahe, Market St., Nashville,
HAS just received, by thejatc rise of water, a large and
unusually line stock of
Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals,
Surgical, Midwifery axi Anatomical Instruments;
Paints, Oils, Window Glass, Varnishes, Spices,
Glassware, and Stoneware; Paint, Varnish,
CoACn and Artist Brosues; Dte-Stcffs,
Perfumery, Fancy and Plain Soaps;
Fine Tooth and Hair BROsnEs;
Letter and Cap Paper; Steel Pen3,
Inks, Ac.; Tobacco, Sxikks, and cicars;
Powder, Shot, Lead and Safety Fuse; Pure
Winds, Brandies, Spirits, Ac; Laxdrl-tiis Gar
den Sheds; Tanners' Oil, Brcshes, Lampblack, Ac.
Purchasers, needing snv of the above articles will do well
to examine the above stock before purchasing elsewhere, as
they will find it as extensive, of prime quality, (if not lower)
as low as any other House in Tennessee.
Also, Sole Wl olesale Agent for Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Williams' Pulmonic Balsam, Mexican Mustang Liniment,
Canton Tea Company's Teas, Dr. J. S. Houghton s Pepsin.
J. jl. Vt. wouiu ai.-o iiuoiiii mo iiiciio,
that he will hereafter be assisted in his business
by Mr. MORTIMER MAMILTON, late oi the
A HfunHrnn. who has hecn for
ill i It i.'i ; til
a number of years past extensively and favorably known in
the Drug line.
OTJPIilTlOR ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET.
O Jockey Club Pomade,
lyuv'rf Celebrated do.
Jules Hauel's do,
Balm of Columbia,
Genuine Bear's Oil,
Hauel's Eau Lustrale.
for the Hairt
I. in u id and Solid Rouirc:
Fi-ench and Fancy Soaps ;
Low's celebrated Honer S
Boussel's and Hanoi's Fancy Soap;
Fine and Dressing Combs; t
I'laiu and Fancy Hair Bruibes;
Lubin's Genuine Extracts; L
Meen Fun ; v
American and French Toilet Powders;
Fancy Chalks; '
Assorted Dentifiiccs; . " '
Pomade Divines, for chapped skins;
Tooth Brushes, Fane v and Plain.
Just received by decSJ J. M. ZIMF.RMAN.
r:r. ss; Window Glass of all sizes und
of superior quality received and for sale low by
0 " .1. M. 5CIMERMAN.
tOI LIVER OIL.-Trask's
J. 5l. ZIMKUMAN.
j Justieceiveuoy Liiec.vj
MINIATURE IVOICliiN. ATUSlS vaiuaw, ivi
its' Brushes, Artists' Colors, in Tubes, embracn gev
erv Shade. Just received by J. M ZIMERMAN.
1 TRirsiIES. White Wali, Dusting, Crumb, Cloth,
) Black, 1'ope's Head, Horse, Tanners'j Printers , A ar
uiali. Blue, Paint, &c, of assorted wz&s. Juat received by
jeg.jo J. M. lMblt.M.vr.
800 Rolls very old and rich;
100 doz. Cut, in jajicrs;
r.o do. Scafarlatti Turkish:
. . . j a rt. K
Just received and for sale low by
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
iYAG NOLIA COTTON.-Wq
nironts for the
lii. sale of the celebrated
MAGNOLIA COTTON SEED,
an article which several years experience with some iA our
best planters has proven to be butter adapted to Middle len
ncssee than any that was ever grown. Call soon or thev will
all be gone. JOHNSON & bMll II,
nvn.uinKK COTTON YARNS -A full su
,.rc......r v..Mic V..rt nniwtnnllv on hand at
ton- i.riccs for Cuh. RAM AGE & CHURCH.
january 1, 135:5.
J. T. HATHURST
ROOTER A XI) MANUFACTURER
Of Man-en's Fire and Wattr 1'rotf Compvniwn.
y DKEM it unnecessary for me to say anything in favor ot
X this mode of Roofing; the constant increase or its popu
larity fortlie last seven vears that it has been tested in near
ly all parts of the Union, is the best evidence of its utility
and value. The roof shows for itself
r-Orlice on Spruce Street, second door from Cedar St.,
in Moore's block. -feba ly
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, HART
FORD, CONNECTICUT. . .
James Dixon, Pres. Henry L. Miller, Secy.
Capital ana Surplus 300,000. . .
Insurance on lives of white persons on the joint stocc
and mutual plan.
Also. Insurance on the lives of Negroes, on reasonable
tenns. S. II. LOOMIS,
jan 15 Cm Agent.
THE STATE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF PA.
a. j. cillitt, see'v. J- Rutherford, rres.
Capital 230,000 !
(Office on Cedar street, ores the Mutual Protection Jfl Co.)
"'T1LL take fire risks in limited amounts on city or
YY country property. Policies Issued and Lps&cs ad
iiisti"! nntl mntatthc oliico in Nashville.
References L J. Lory, "I
iVimnrmvs f!ash5erof i'hiL Bank!
W.I. Shatter. Girard" (Philadcl
W TVnnm A Sons
Rev. Alexander Campbell, Bethanj-, Va.
1'atncKi uranu, uauxers, i-iuuurg; .
W. 11. Durrough, Irving Ilouae, New York.. .; .
G. W. Cojielcn, Cincinnati.
JOHN G. FERGUSON
Nashville, February 2, 1S53 Cm' .
RE3IOVAL. DR. B. VV. HALL has removed, to the
Qflicc and residence ou Cherry street, ojiposite Judge
Catron's, near Cornelius & McCombs' Cabinet Warcrooms.
LOOK TO YOUr. INTEREST !
rillE subscribers have associated them-elves. togethcror
i. the purpose of carrying on a general agency" business
in huving and selling negroes.
We can at all times be found at our office, No. D3, Cedar
street, between Cherry -and Summer, where we have erect
ed safe and comfortable quarters for keeping any number ot
negroes, and those wishing to sell may he 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 pstmiise to be par
ticular in selecting good homes lor favorite servant., with
out separating fancies. DAUBS & PORTER. -
Rels W. Porter, Giles county.
Jos. W. Dauus, Nashville.
Spriest EM&irt5 1'
ANDREW J. DUNCAN,
HAS now in store afullsiock of BRITISH) FRENCH,
GERMAN, and AMERICAN '
Adapted to the present and approaching season, ami to which
lie will continue to receive additions by ex try steamer
Black and colored Silks;
1-ancy Dress no;
Embr'd and plain Swiss;
Muslins and Iavns;
Embroideries and Laces;
Lincu and Silk Ildkfs;
Satin and Silk Vcstings;
Black Dre35 Goods;
French Printed Law
Cloths and Cassimeres,
tulle andbatm lliubons;
Kremlins, Chambry, Camlets,
Fancy Prints. Black Prints, English and French 4-4 Chintz,
... " . ... . i- 7t I , T I v ! I
lneacnea ami iirown .uusiins, ineacneu anu isrown tim
ings, Cambrics, Silk and Linen Threads, Spool Cottons, Ac
A L S O
New Style Bonnets, Ribbons, Artificial Flowers aud
Wreaths, iJonnet Trimmings, Ac.
Hafs, Caps, Boots, Shoe , and a general stock of Goods,
which lie is prepared to oiler at the lowest prices upon libe
ral terms, and respectfully invites the attention of merchants
and the trade generally. "
. it . . j- , f . r
jv.o. w. is iicni iur suvenu luru juihuhu.s,
ami will soon be
liir'clv siinnlicil With their
Kireij sum incu unn imir
17011 SALE. A splendid Brick House on Cherry est.,
. next door to L. P. Cheatham.
AIS0. The large Brick Warehouse on College Street,
known as the Port Royal Mills Depot
ALSO. Thirty-two acres of first-rate Land, ou the Rail
Road, two miles from the city, joining the lands olAV 'R.
AIjSO Seven acres of Land, on the Nolensvillo Turn
pike, finely improved.
AI50. Thirty-eight acres of Land on the Murfrecsboro'
Turnpike, four miles from the city. Comfortable improve
ments on the place.
ALSO. Fortv-cight acres of Land on the Springfield
Turnpike, fourteen miles from thc city. Finely improved.
ALSO. -Two thousand acres of Land on Manskers Creek,
on Springfield road, seventeen miles from the city. Two
hundred acres of creak bottom, cleared aud in a fine state of
cultivation. There is on the place a comfortable dwelling
and necessarv out buildings, and also a Steam Saw and
Grist Mills. 'Timber in abundance fo supply the mill for
revcral years, and demand for all the lumber it can cutout
feb 22 GLOVER A BOYD.
TTtTTNTCS VATrSs nnd CARPET BAGS.
WE have just received a largo and fine as-
1 i uutuiiviiit ui a t vmiv -4f L. J
Leather TrarelingTmhklaua Vahscs, also of Saxony, Una
fciis, wiiionana cotnma'Cjpe'- iags. " c :,; "1
low prices. pm&Z i4-a- flUWjW8.c; V
jau!9 Cora.4of CUfgs and Uniou sts., Nasb
NASHVILLE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH'16, 1853.
THE UNITED FLEEMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY 02
. CAPITAL 100,000 DOLLARS!!
Chartered by the State.
rpHIS Company having fully organized, is
X now ready to take risks on alt descrip
tions of property, against loss or damages by-
firt nlcr firming I tvniS of the sea or inland nav
igation. Propositions for insurance will be received at the
office of the N'ashville Insurance and Trust Co., College St.
A. W. JOHNSON, President
J. S. DASinELLSec'y. Nashville, Oct. S, 1852.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, SOirm CAROLINA.
Capital 3250,000: All Paid In.
InAVE been appointed Agent of the above Company at
Nashville, and am fully prepared to take Marine, Fire,
River Risks, on the most favorable terms.
A full statement of the solvency of the Company can be
seen at the office of the Nashville 'Insurance and Trust Com
pany, on College street. .,T , .
1 sepis JOHN S. DASHIELL, Agent
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, Houses, Merchandize, 4c, against Loss or Damage by
Fire; Steamboats on any of the Western waters against the
Hazards of Inland Navigation and the Cargoes of essels ot
every descrintion against the Perils of the Seas and Rivers.
Also, the Lives of persous in good health, for a single year,
for a term of years, or during life. Also, Bank Notes trans
mitted per mail. ...
All persons having their lives or property insured m this
Institution, arc entitled to a full participation m all the prof
its, without any liability to loss beyond the amount of 1're-
mi'ums which they may pay.
M. S. PILCHER, President,
J. B. JOHNSON, Vice President
C. J. F. WnARTQN, Secretary. f janl
TENNESSEE MARINE AND- FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY. CAPITAL 5150,000.
OFFICE on the North side of the Public Square, midway
between the Nashville Inn and the Planters' Bank.
They will make insurance ou Houses and Goods of every de
scription against fire; on Steamboats and Cargo against fire
and therislcof the rirer; on the Cargo of Keel Boats and
other river crafts, and on sea vessels and other caiiroes, ou
the usual terms. JOHN M. HILL, President
Joseph Vallx, Secretary.
Directors. Alex. Allisou, John M. Hill, F. B. Fogg, G.
M. Fo, W. R. Elliston, Jno. M. Rass, Joseph Woods, Sam
uel Scav, Matthew Watson, J. J. White, Jacob McGavock.
JETNA INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD, CT.
Chartered in lbl9. Capital $-30,000: all paid in.AtstU
ia-eieti in January last $4S9,nOO.
S. L. LOOMIS, SecV. TH0. K. BRACE, Pres.
rpHE undersigned has been appointed Agent of this Com
X panv one of the oldest and most able in the United
States, having nearly or qulchalfa million of Dollars safely
invested at this time fortlie safety of policj'-holders and is
prepared to issue Policies on as favorable terms as any other
responsible office, on Dwellings, Stores, Manufacturing Es
tabhhmciits,andall other kinds of Buildings; on Household
Furniture and Merchandise in general, either iu the city or
countrv, against Loss or Damage by Fire. Also, against the
tiranfnt' Tnliind TrnrisDortatioli bv all the usual routes and
modes of conveyance. JOSEPH NASH, A
W. Corner Public Square, opp.
INSURANCE ON NEGROES.
HOUSE Servants, Farm Hands, Steamboat Firemen,
Cabin Boys, Ac., at customary rates of Premium.
Policies issued and losses promptly adjusted at the Nashville
Agency. JOSEPH NASII. Agent,
Etna Insurance Company of Hartford Office N. W. Cor
ner Public Square, opposite Planters' Bank.
NASHVILLE STEAK KARBLE WORKS.
JAMES SLOAN, L'roprictor.
MARKET ST.. OWOSITE JOII.VSOX A IIORXE'STOUACCO WAREnOCSE,
Marble ffarerooms at tlie ohl stand Corner of Summer and
HAVING made extensive enlargements in my Marble
Works, my facilities arc such thai I can execute all
kinds of work in the most Usteful 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 of Spring and
Summer streets, specimens may be seen which will enable
persons tojudge for themselves, which is the best method.
Having ou hand all kinds of Marble from Eeast Tennessee.
Also, a line 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 of .Monuments, Tomes, Baptismal
Founts, Urxs, Vases, Garden Figures, Grave Stones, Ac,
carved and lettered to order. Furniture Marble executed
to order and sent to any part of the South-Wcst as cheap as
it can ho pi own cd fiom the East Also. Marble- Mantels,
of every description, plain or carved. Building Stone, sold
Wholesale and Retail. .
. All orders left at im 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 put chasing ehewhesc. Thankful to
mv old friends and customers for their liberal pationage, I
hope bv strict attention to business to merit a continuance
of their favors. JAMES SLOAN,
Corner of Spring and Summer streets, Naslrville;
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 supcrintendance, and would ask my
friends and the public to give me a call and convince them
selves, itis their own advantage, as I knowl can suit them
i pUce. A. SANDHOUSE,
dec 1 Market street, six doors from the square.
QUEENSVARE at REDUtjEDICESWRCASH ONLY
HAVING purchased of Mr. W. Gilliam his very large
and well .assorted stock of Qtiecnsvare? Glass
ami China, a great portion of which Is of late importa
tions, Iain now prepared to furnish all who may favor inc
with a call, with Queensware, Acv very low for cash.
Country Merchants would find it to their' interest to give
me a call.
Close personal attention will be given to business, and good
-Call at 'Gilliam's Old Stand, North side of the Pub lie
quaro Nashville Tcnn. focT-Bm J. C. PARPEN..
PATENT CHOPPING MILL, '
For Chopping Com or other Grain,
An article, vchiqk&lfy Furnier should hate.
IT will.grind, with one or two horse power, from four to
five bushels an hour either fine for bread or coarse for
stock and is so simple iu its construction, that any boy
twelve years 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. BOSS A .l.PAMS.
" COOKING STOVES.
WEhavcjust received from the best foundries in Cin
cinnati, a large supply of the following COOKING
Tni: Hoosiur State Cookino Stoves ; three different sizes.
The Ikonton Premium Cooking Stoves; with G holes, one
of the best and cheapest stoves before the public.
Tub Cement Cook Stove, a nawair tight stove, warranted
to work well.
The Kentuckiax Cook Stoves; Nos.Sand D.
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, H.E
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
family wantinga large and firstrafe stove.
Our stock of HEATING AND PARLOUR STOVES, is
too large for this advanced stage of the season. To reduce
it, we will sell large Church aud Hall Stoves for cash at a
small adrance above cost.
SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
Nashville, Feb. 18, 1S53,
NOTICE. Iu consequence of the Fire on Friday morn
ing, we are compelled to suspend business for somc-
time, but will commence again as soon i as we can procure a
wWch duenoUce willbc gimu In thc
Ewin, Drown A Co, will come forward and settle up without
dclav, that we may mest our own engagements promptly.
We can be found at No. IS, on the square John Nichols
We would also take this occasion fo express our grateful
thanks to those who have kindly favored us and our prede
cessors with their patronage; to the Fire Companies and
citizens, to whose exertions we are mainly indebted for
what of our goods were saved, and to thoseJcind friends who
sympathise with us iu our loss.
Jfe02 EWIN BROTHERS.
TINSEED OIL AND WHITE LEAD. 10 bbls
JLJ Linseed Oil; 200 kegs Fahncstock's While Lead. Just
teccirctl and forsalc low for cash by
dec) J. M. ZIMERMAN.
IA3IILY fJHOCERY. Families livinc
riMr cvr An llrn;iflirtv r.in nlwavs rrp.t the !
.v. - - -v j - p
iu small or large quantities from day-light to 10 at night:
Butter, Eggs, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Candles, Bacon, Lard and
all other articles usually kept in a FamilyGrocery.
fc'blS 1). TRIGG, No. 52, Broadway.
7 OLDEN" SYRUP.
tTT in nr. bills Golden Srnm.
16 bbls Loaf Sugar, " .
5 " Cr'd do, " '' -
receive.! from St. Louis, and for tialc by '
i SAMUEL SEAY.
JOHNSON & SKTEEI,
Dealers in Cottoa and Tobacco, Eeoehdng and For
warding Kerctants, Steamboat Ajjents, &c,
aprill BROADWAY, NASHVILLE.
MAD. STEATTOX G. P. SMITH. A. W. J0HXSOX.
STRATT0N, SSHTH & Co.,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Corner of Broad and Market Streets,
HAVING disposed of an interest in the Grocery depart
ment of our business to Mr. Madis ax Stratto.v, the
Eame will from this date be conducted under the stvle ol
STRATTON, SMITH A Co. at our old stand, on th coiner
of Market and Broad streets.
Our stock, now ample, will be kept so bj large accessions
every few davs, to which we invite the attention and so
licit a vail from merchants in the countr as well as city
dealers, being determined to sell as low as any house iv. tho
city. Our terms cash and cash only,
apr 1, 1852. JOHNSON A SMITiL
EAHAGE & CHURCH.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises and Carp'st Bags,
College street, Nashville, Test.
S. S. VTLLIAHS, AGENT OF JOHN WILLIAMS,
87 Gravier Street, New Orle.vxs,
HAS taken an office on College street, on tho second
floor, above the Merchants' Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is prepared to make cash advances on all Cotton,
Tobacco, Ac, 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 Commission
oct3 NASnVILLE, TENN.
EL. J. MORRIS. THOS. E. STRATTO.V.
MORRIS & STRATTON,
(Successors to Lanier, Morris A Co.,)
Commission and Forwarding Merchants and Wholssale
Corner of Market and Clark Streelt; XashriUe.
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
GEO. W. SEAV.
THOS. a RATES.
SEAY, BATES & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, .
SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF, CHARLESTON, S-. O.
W. II. HUMPHREYS & TIIOZWAS BARRY,
IJfAVE associated themselves together in the practice of
JL the Law. Ollice on the Public Square, opposite the
Planters' Bank, Nashville, Tenn, feb24
HAVE this day associated w-:h me in the Saddling Bu
sincss mv son. A. C. MARCH. The business, in future.
will be conducted in the name f J. D. March A Soil All
persons indebted to me, by note or account, will please come
up and make payment. J. 1). MARCH.
Thankful for the liberal share of patronage hereto
fore, a continuance ot the same is respect! uuy solicited.
J. D. MARCHA- SON.
OLIVER P. M ROBERTS. ALEX. E. U KEE.
M'ROBERTS & M'KEE,
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
M E R C II A N T S .
MARK El ST., 4 Doors from BROAD Sl
April 29, 1852 ly
NEW ORLEANS. A CARD.
BENJAMIN F. SHIELDS & CO., having per
mancntly located themselves at New Orleans, offer their
services as Commission and Forwarding Merchants,
aud General Agents, aud solicit consignments of all
kinds of Western Produce, feeling confident that they can
and will give satisfaction to all who may entrust their inter
cst to their care. Proceeds of sales will Le 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 point. Orders for Groceries and Insur
ance Risks, with! he collection of Bills, Draf;s, Ac, attended
to without delay. BENJ. F. SHIELDS A CO.
7 MYERS & McGILL
DEALERS IX EVERV DESCRIITIOX OF
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Furnishing and Fancy Goods,
un Loitegc siren, one aonr iwmu oj me square.
11 IS It li
found at all times
a large assort
ment of Winches
ter's, Davis A
June's, A Myers'
Seam Shirts, of
with Linenj Bo
soms, G ingiuim,
Standing and Byron Collars, Underwear, Merino, Shaked
Silk, Cashmere, Vigonia, Cotton and Canton Flannel, fo,
ladies and gentlemen, Gents Cloth Gutters, Gloves, Kin
Silk, Buck. Cashmere, Cloth, Chamois, Wash Norma,
Cull Gloves, and Ladies and Gentlemen's Gauntlets, Linen
and Silk Handkerchiefs, Stocks, Ties, Wnterfords, Albert,
De Joinville's, plain, Emh'd and self-adjusting, Cravats
Scaifs, Black and White Satin Ties, Shoulder Braces, Sus
penders, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Night Cap.?, Oil Silk Bath
ing Caps for Ladies and Gentlemen. Monsy, Rid ng and
Strengthening Belts, Robe de Cliambie, Umbrellas, Walk
ing Canes, Riding Whips, Trunks, Sole Leather, Valises,
Carpet Dags, Satdicls, Dressing Cases, Work Roxi?, Toi
lets, Opera Glxsses, Porte Monies. Fan', Writing Desks
Cigar Cases, Flasks, Ttarelling Companions, Razois and
Razor Strops, Combs, Brushes, Good year's Gum Goods.
Perfumery. Toilet Bottles, Pocket Cutler)-, Ac., and
a large assortment of other articles, usually kept by Fur
gjtf We have made arrangements with our friends at the
North to forward us Goods as soon as received by them,
therefore wo shall have goods here in lessthan ten dav.s
fromitho New York Custom House.
MYERS A McGlLL'S.
Furnishing Store, College street, 1 door South of thc
Square, Nashville. ocU
BEN. M. NOEL & BED.,
Grocery and Commission, Receiving and
And Dealers in Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
J COLLEGE STREET.
1QUORS AND TOBACCO.
4oi) bbls Sam Hale's Whisky; 100 bbls Drans Whisky;
50 bbls Old Monongahela do 50 " Brown's D D do;
50 " American Brandy; 40 " " S M Wine,
20 " Old I'ort Wine; 25 " N E Rum;
5 Pipes Old Brandy, best brands;
1 Pipe Irish Whisky; 50 Baskets Caampaigne;
0 boxes of Lieber's Ginger and Raspberry Brandies;
52 Pipes Holland Gin; 20 bbls American Gin;
50 bxs Gus Jones' Tobacco; SO" Walker's Ale;
20 " Young ABirdewell's do 20 bxs Allison's Tobacco;
23 " PMBcwreNo 1 do; 30 " Fennel's do
20 " " " Gold Leaf do 10 " Fenix's do
10 " B. Daily's do 20 " Missouri do
10 " Ender"s do 10 " Sam Wools 5's do
5 " S E White's do 5 " Rend A Nash's do
In store and for sale by
feb 10 BEN. M. NOEL A BRO.
250 bags Prime Rio Coffee; .
50 " " Laguayra do; 25,000 Imported Cigars;
800 bbls Rcboiled Molasses; 50,000 Mclec do;
300 halves do do; lttfraih SS Almonds;
50 hhds choice Sugar; 10 tierces Rice;
500 bags fine Salt; 5 ceroons Indigo;
300 kegs Oysters; 2 casks Dutch Madder;
500 cans do; -20 bbls Copperas;
300 bbls St Louis Mills Flour; 20 bags Pepper;
100 ' Cincinnati do; 15 " Spice;
300 kegs Nails assorted; 800 reams Wrap. Paper;
300 boxes Glassware, ass; 500 lbs .Kanawha Salt ;
100 doz. Brooms; 20 kegs Shot and Lead;
25 bbls. Golden Syrup; ' 20 bbh Mackerel;
30 bbls and half bbls Crackers:
50 bbls Loaf, Crushed and Powdered Sugar;
SOO boxes and half boxes Raisins;
Just received and for sale by BEN. M. NOEL A BRO.
WANTED. A few thousand bushels Pea Nuts, for
-which we will give thc highest marketprice.
febl9 BEN. M. NOEL A BRO.
JOSEPH E. DTJNT0N,
. Fancy and Staple Dry Goods House,
No. 51, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn.
HAS now in store a large and well assorted Stock of the
most desirable gdods of the season, embracing every
description and quality, French Mantillas, Ribbons, Silk
Drap GoodsWhite Goods of all kiuds,Laccs and Embroide
ries, French Jacouetts, Lawns and Cambrics, Bareges,
Barege de Laines. Brilliantines; a variety of other Dress
Goods, Hosiery of all kinds, Hats of all descriptions, Hard
ware, etc. Lookiug Glasses, a large variety of Guns and Pis
tols. bcsidcs a great variety of Trimmings and every descrip
tion of Goods, to which he now submits the inspection of
Merchants ofthecilr and country trade, to which stock will
be added daily, desirable goods, from thctEast Merchants
o-eucrally, are jnvited to examine my stock and compare
prices with that of other houses in thc trade
r feb 28 X F. DUNTON.
CURREY & MARTIN.
NEW AND FRRSH ARRIVALS, BY"
C HEM IS TS A 2TD DRUGG1S TS,
No. 35, DNIOX STRUCT, XASUVlLLE, TEXS.
CONGRESS WATER. 24
celebrated water iust received.
dozen bottles of this
Tho analvsis of this
mineral water proves it to contain Bicarbonatcs of Magne
sia and Soda, l.'hloride of Iodiuin, Iobide of Iiodtum and
OGLE'S HYPERION FLUID This Hair
Restorative has acquired a wonderful reputation. It is
recommended for Baldness, DandrafT, Humors on the Scalp,
and for rendering the Hair beautiful and glossv.
14 Doz. just received hy CURREY A "MARTIN.
i T) AUNTS. A large assortment of Paints of all colors,
i JL ground in oil in half pound and one pouud cans, ready
for use. Just received by CURREY A MARTIN.
TEAS. We are supplied with a large and fresh as
sortment of both Green andBlack Teas, offine and ex
tra tine flavor consistingof Imperial, Superior Colon v. Sea
Queen, Old Hyson, Fiue Macv Fong, Powchong. These
are Canton Teas. J ust received b y
fcb28 CURREY A MARTlN, No. 35, Union street.
DR. BLEDSOE'S ALTERATIVE COMPOUND
The Remedy ocer all Rtmedles for the Diseascaof tie itw
Dijipevsia, Enlargement and Infiamation of the Spletn
Heartburns, Colic Flatulence, PiUs, Qmtilrpatum, all
diseases of the Bowels, and such dilutes ji arUe from a
disorderd state of the Stomach, Liter or Beicel, at
Scrofula and Sores of any kind. For General Debility,
from which Ladies frequently tvjfer, there it not its
equal in the tchole Materia Mediej.
riIIE inveuior of this preparation was for three rears s
Xr completely prostrated from Dyspepsia and inactivity of
ttie laver tnat tie was ii-equcutiv tor weecs at a time unaoie to
raise himself from his bed. He sought aid from physicians
at home and in Europe, but in vain; his case was pronounced
hopeless bv thousands, and it was by accident t bat he suc
ceeded in curing himself. Since he has been practicing mei?-
i icme, Ins success in sucn cases has been unrivalled. He
i has been aware of the incredulity of the public, and conse
j qucntly said nothing thiough the press of his own case.
until tlie character ot tlie medicine was tully established
by its success, as shown ly tbe certificates which have Deen
I subjom the certifier te of Prof. M. Garbert, of Memphis,
Tenn., with whom I often advised during the time ot my
Memphis, Tenn., Aprill 7, 152.
I hereby certify that I have been acquainted with Dr. J
N. Bledsoe and some years ago he was reduced 1 tel.eve
lower than I have ever seen any one that afterwards recover
ed, with what I supposed to be I lyspepsia and Liver affection,
and after trying the prescriptions ot many Physicians in this
as well as other countries, without relief. he finally suceeded
with a preparation of his own in being restored to good
health. M. GABBERT, M. 1).
Physicians are requested to try this preparation. We
feel satisfied it will sustain the character we giro to it in this
Huxtsyillc, January 12, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: I tike the liberty and fell it to" be my duty
to recommend to all persons suffering from disease of the
stomach and bowels, your Alterative Compound, as a very
seperinr medicine. My son, aged 15 years, had been under
medical treatment about five years for dyspepsia aud diar
rhea ivhen having aluiostdespaired of his recovery, I con
cluded to try your Alterative, two bottles of which, 1 believe,
entirety cured him. M1CAJA1I CA YCE.
Hiixtsville. Oct. 17, 1852.
Dr. Bledsoe: Some time has ciapsed since I gave a cei
tificatc that my wife had been greatly benefited by your
Alterative Compound. I now tike pleasure in saving to
the public, that my wife had for three or four years been
subject to the worst kind of spells of cramp in tho stomach
from dyspepsia. I had tried of several whom I thought to be
the best physicians in the place and a great many difTcren
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; and I would conscientiously
rccomuiend it to all persons suffering from diseases of the
liver and dyspepsia. N. B. ROBERTSON.
Huntsville, Sept. 29, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe Having seen the publication of your Alter
ative Compound, I think it my duty te say to the public, that
I had been for years subject to spells of Cramp Colic, in its
worst form ; that I had tried almost every thing that is gi
ven by physicians, and never found an)- thing that would cer
tainly relieve me, until I tried the above medicine, which uas
relieved me in every attack in less than an hour.
WM. B. LLOYD.
Giles Couxtt, Tenn., Dec 23, 1851.
Dr. Bledsoe : I feel that I should fall short of my duty
to you and to those who are afflicted, were I not to further
recommend your Alterative Compound. It has entirely re
lieved mj, so that I have not had cause to fake anything in
two months. I can eat anvtliing I want with impimitv, and
oeucve my ueaiui is as goou as u ever is ai my nuvanceu age.
Should 1 ever sutler from dyspepsia again I shall be sure to
call on you. I am very respectfully your friend.
ELIZABETH J. HARWOOD
nu.TSViLLE. Ala., August 24, 1851.
This is to certify, that I had suffered for many years with
Dyspepsia and Diseases of thc Liver. Physician "after Phy
sician had prescribed for me without mv receiving any ben
efit, when I commenced the use of Dr. Bledsoe's Alterative
Compound, which cured me soundly, and I recommend it
because of the same happy effect upon others of my acquaint
ancc JOSEPH CAROTHLRS.
Hiixtsville, Ala., March 3, 1552.
Dr. IJledsoe: Sir : Judging from tlie certificates you
have already advertised, it will be almost unnecessary for me
to add furtllcr evidence in regard to tho healing virtues of
yoirrComrjpund; but I ainst say, that for years I suffered a
great deal from Dyspepsia and enlargement of the spleen,
and thought that I never would recover. I commenced tak
ing your compound about nine weeks since, and have gained
25" or 30 pounds, and feel about as well as I ever did.
HENRY J. GOFF.
gTThc above medicine is forsale in every Drug Store in
the city, and most of the towns in the State. G. W. HEN
DEUSHOTT, 'General Agent, for whqlesaleing the med
icine j2T'Fricc$l per pint Bottle novlS lyd tr
GROWTH OF 185 2.
RECEIVED bv thc subscriber, agent for DAVID LAN
DRETH, Early May, Birly Frame and Marrow Fat
Peas; Six-Week, and Speckled Valentine Bush Beans by the
bushel ; Earl York, large Drum Head and fiat Dutch
Cabbage; EARLY TURNIP BEET; SUGAR PARSNIP,
long scarlet Radish ; Early Dutch Red Hhp and Rutabaga
Turnip, by Vie pouiid.
Tho Rural Register and Descriptive Catalogue for 1853,
for distribution gratis.
FLOWER SEEDS ASSORTED;
Spades and Shovels, Dutch half round and forked hoes
Hand Cultivators, Pruning Knives and Scissors, Box SItears
FRESH RED CLOVER SEED;
DO. HERDS GRASS OR RED TOP SEED;
DO. BLUE GRASS SEED;
All tlie trrowth of 1852, and for sale at the lowest prices by
b T. WELLS.
Sign oflhcJ'ia and Mortar, on Market, opposite Union
street, Nashville. feblO
CLOVE ONION SETTS.
BUSHELS received and for sale by
feblO T. WELLS.
LBS. Calabria Liquorice; 40 doxen fresh Olive
Oil. Received and oliered low by
OfTC Kess fresh White Lead;
O O 798 lbs. Ground colors, assorted. Received br
rr?Q GALLONS puer Linseed Oil;
O IO 10 barrels Tanner's Oil;
10 do LARD OIL;
5 do Spirits Turpentine;
Received and for sale at low prices by T. WELLS
feblO eoGw Market street, Nashville.
SODA WATER APPARATUS, for manufac
turing, drawing andboUleing, of the latest and most ap
proved construction, manufactured and for sale, With ex
plicit printeddirections for its use, by
CORKER OF FIRST AYEXUE AXD 2GTH STREET,
Opposite Bcllevue, New York
The only establishment devoted exclusively to the manu
facture of SODA WATER MACHINERY, Ac, in tho United
SUVes, and where may be found a large assortment of every
article connected with the business, including Materials, Ac
jan 127 3m Established 20 Years.
SUGAlt. 230 hhds Sugar, now landing: from seamej
Am erica, and for sale by MORRIS A STRATTON,
A SURE ROAD TO FORTUNE.
WE feel it our duty to urge upon all who have yot jet
tried their luck in the Wheel or Foetcxe, where so
manv thousands have received a competency for 1 fe with
but triflingoutlays, through the instrumentality of the Great
Prize Seller Pyl'er & Co. To procrastinatenolonger , but
resolve to take one or more chances m the bPLhDlD
SCHEMES FOR MARCH. The first order mar place a cor
respondent in independent circumstances ior nie, ana here
by avoid ages of misery, while a shall outlat will cnab.e
by one luckvtumof the wheel of fortune may be realized,
that would otherwise consume years of tod to acquire.
Prizes sold last month.
550,478, in package Quarter Tickets,sent to S. Carolina.
$80,000, in package Wholes, sent to Georgia.
$15,000, in package Wholes, sent to North Carolina.
$42,000, in package of quarters, sent to North Carolina.
$17,716, in package of Halves, sent to Tennessee.
2o,00 in package of Eighths sent to Virginia.
$9,0, in Single Whole'Ticket sent to Alabama.
10,040, in package of Half Tickets, seat to Tennessee.
iF"Be sure to address for a handsome Prize,
PYFER A: CO.
No. 1 Light street, Baltimore, Maryland.
Splendid Schemes for March, 1S53.
IThe Certificate Prices of packages of quarter tickets
only, are given below.
5 a 00
2-5TDrawings forwarded to Correspondents by the first
mails after the lotteries are drawn.
"Correspondents will please order a few days before
the lotteries are drawn.
There is a large per centage in favor of those purchasers
who order by the Package, and the chances of drawing four
of the largest Prizes iu the Scheme, tire therebv seemed.
We advise the purchase of Packages of Tickets iu every in
stance. 5Bank Drafts or CertiGcates of Deposit pavable in Gold
i at sight, will be promptly remitted to those Correspondents
' who draw prizes at PYFER A CO'S.
I - ,..,1 i i ,.f .j
of the most splendid prizes in a scheme.
S3?""iii order to secure a Fortune, and the cash immcdiate-
j ly after the result is known, the readors of this paper have,
only to remit cash Uratts or prize tickets, to the Old htnu
lLslied, far famed aud truly fortunate Exchange ami Lottery
Brokers, PYFER A CO.,
marchl lm No 1 Light street, Daliimore. Md.
EXCHANGE & BANKING OFFICE OF D. PEARL & CO
"XT ORTII-WEST comer of the Public Square, near Plant
lN ers' Bank, Nashville, Tenn.
We are drawing Sight Checks on all the principal
cities of the East, South and West at the lowest rates. " in
sums to suit purchasers."
IT We buy all kinds of current and uncurrent Banle
Notes at moderate rates.
We buy South Carolina, Georgia and North Carolina
Bank Notes, at a very small discount
JSF" We will purchase New Orleans and Kentucky mon
ies at a fair premium.
JT We have Gold and Silver for sale will attend to
collections remitting on any point requested at Bank lates,
charge but f percent commissions.
ZPff We are takmi Bank of East Tennessee tho same as
other Tennessee Bank" Notes. janl7
D. S. & W. H. WOODWARD.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants, and
Texas Land Agents.
Particular attention paid to fillino-orders Gfr.cr, over tho
store of W. T. Smith A Co., Xo. 63 Magazine streot,
Oct S, 1352 6m New Orleans. .
BRADY, GORMAN & CO.,
Cotton Factors and General Commission Merchants,
3?""Thev keep an Office in Tuscumbia, Ala.
T"H. S. FRENCH, Agent, Nashville, is authorized to
ake CASH advances upon shipments of Produce to th
OAItltVALL FOIt SALE A first rate new cus
tom made carryall for sale cheap for cash, by
jan21 W. MEREDITH.
T HUNKS, &c. Extra fine Leather Trunks, Velvet
and Brusseil Carpet Bags, Leather and Drugget Carpet
Bags, just received and for sale by
juu21 W. MEREDITH.
CIUJMII CLOTHS Rich and splendid Crumb
Cloths, with borders, just to hand and for sale bv
jan21 W. MEREDITH.
TX700L HATS Wool Hats just received and for
W sale by jan21 W.MEREDITH.
I") ED BLANKETS. Extra fine Red Blankets, just
) received and for sale by
TE1V CABPETING Just received this day and
! IN forsale by jau21 W. MEREDITH.
OIL CLOTHS All widths, just received and forsalo
by jan2l W. MEREDITH.
TENNESSEE HOUSE IN GEORGIA.
W. F. HARRIS. SKlDilOUE UARRIS.
HARRIS & CO.
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
SA f 'ANNAH, GA..
Forward with care and dispatch to and from the Eastern
cities, or to any point desired, GOODS, PRODUCE AND
3IBRCHANDISE, of all descriptions, and sell on commis
sion, PRODUCE AND MERCHANDISE. They also pur
chase to order GROCERIES, which can be bought on
must favorable terms, in the Savannah market They solicit
your patronage, and pledge their utmost exertions to givo
satisfaction. dec) 6m
Foot of Broad Street, Directly opposite the Steamboat
J. L. GRACE, Proprietor.
npHE undersigned, thankful for thc veiy liberal
I patronage bestowed on this House since he
opened it to thc public in March last, and most re
spectfully solicits a continuance of public favor. To the
boarding and traveling community, lie wouia say, mat no
is now prepared to give them accommodations equal to any
hotelinthe city, having procured the services of polite and
attentive clerks, experienced waiters, and first rate cooks.
Tho rooms are large and pleasantly situated, commanding
a beautiful view of the river and business operations of tho
city. Persons wishing to travel by thc river this house af
fords superior advantages, being located
Immediately at the Landing.
Tho traveller who stops here need never loose his chance
of the first boat. Baggage will always be conveyed to and
fr jm SteamDoats bv the servants of the house, free of charge
Bills always moderate
J. L. GRACE.
HUMBUG ! HUMBUG ! ! HUMBUG ! ! !
OPENING the Campaign for 1S52. Scott, Douglass, Lean
Jimmy and Cass m 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 to 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 Bonnets, Ribbons. Flowers, latest
styles; Berages, Berege de Lanes, Silk -Tissues and Poplins,
Prints, Ginghams, Jaconets, Muslins, Fans, Parasols, Gloves,
Hosiery, Ac; Kid Ties, Buskins, Gaiters; Leghorn, Straw,
Palm and Kossuth Hats; all of which we will sell as low as
my house West of the Mountains. Yon 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 our Good3 and
prices, and, by strict attention to business, hope to merit a
snare oi pumic paironagv.
THURSTON A BERNARD.
SOUTHERN CARRIAGE MANUFACTTJELNG C0NPANT
-YTTOULDinform the citizens of Nashville and QgggJZ,
VV the public throughout the south west, skfZz
that they have commenced business at the well-knownstand
of S. V. D. Stout, a few doors south of the public square,
where they manufacture all kinds of Coaches, Carnages,.
Bugoies, Ac, which they will sell low and on liberal terms.
Then- work is of the finest order, and will compare favora
bly with any mtrnfactnred north or south. They have se
lected their maftiial with great care, and having the best o5
wood and iron h Tennessee, they will warrant their wwE
in point of eleuty and durability, not to be excelled oy
any. They hop to receive a share of public patronage anu.
shall spare no trtvtle or cost to induce all that maj - De in,
want of Carriage! to buy of them in preferenc tC sending:
nh0LthelrnTK wortain on libera
nepainng uone ny jjSSETT, Pres-
- ., . -r w will sell for
jood japar, or six J
ruis. ,841 A" it iVashiB andlroner.
AISO'. . rTl 1:1.-1- lfor. io nml 9 vears oH 1 Man
years o a--v - ; Prices rca.
Hall and see them. GL0YER
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