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TELEGRAPHS OR THE pAlLY pyipy.
Cincinnati, April 9, p. m. TlieulVerT)ub.
Jished this morning a communication from cJ,;Iia
M. Clav. in -whih Itn is v
Secretary Corwin. He was called out by abusive re-
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uaueu. in tne soutuern Patriot.
WisniNGTOX, April 9. ilr. Dickerson has de
clined the Collector-ship of New York. Green S.
.Brurison was nominated and confirmed for same
office. Solon Keruard nominated and confirmed
Governor of New Mexico. Hon. P. Soule was
waited upon at his lodgings last night by a number
01 lii3 personal and political friends, including sev
eral Senators, who congratulated him upon Jiis ap
- pointmentas Minister to Spain, some pithy speeches
"wero made on the occasion. It is rumored this
evening, that Gov. Marcy must leave the cabinet,
no reliable authority given for it: for some reason
the Senate has" not fixed upon any time for adjourn
ment It is not believed that minor appointments
only keep the members nere.
Cincinnati, April 9. p. sl A man named Tan
Lew, a barkeeper on the "Buckeye State." was shot
uuau .io-uiiy ai a uuit: uuunou, on out street, by a
man named IlarreL The dispute arose about a
' Baltimore, April 9, p.m. The Union this morn
, ing, announces that Mr. Slidell has resigned the
, mission to Central America, and will be proposed
by his friends for the Senatorial vacancy occasioned
by Soule's appointm(?nt"to Spain, private and per
sonal reasons assigned as the cause of his declina
. tion. The Republic has a sharp article on the bar
gain or swap. All newly appointed government
officers assume their posts on Monday.
New York, April 11. The steamer "Illinois"
arrived at the dock a little after 7 o'clock. She left
Navy Bay on the evening of the 1st She brings
the California mails, $2,095,404 in gold dust and
375 passengers. The steamship "Union" left As
pinwall for New York via Jamaica on the 31st
. JJy the steamer "Santiago" at Havana we have
Valparaiso dates to the 28th February, and Callao
dates to the 12th Match; at the former place, busi
ness had somewhat improved. The stock of flour
very small, firmly held at Sia9. Political news un
important, Congress having adjourned and the
President being still on his southern tour. Gen.
Blanco goes to Prance as Minister. The revenue
fromfbustoms at Valparaiso $1,000,000 excess over
1851? Australian dates to 11th Jan. had reached
Valparaiso, they are anticipated by way of England.
Business pretty brisk in shipping at Callao. The
yellow fever was declining. The dispute between
New Grenada and Ecuador seems settled in an ad
mirable maniHT. Tne harvests in the South more
abundant than ever known. The mining districts
continued to yield abundantly. The U. S. sloop-of-war
"Portsmouth" to San Juan del Sur instead
of Callao. The Chilian authorities had released an
American who had been so long confined, without
Serious disturbances had taken place, owing to
BOme political appointments at Tobugo, it was put
down without lo3s of life; some insults were ollered
to foreigners, and the Portsmouth was detained
there a day in consequence.
Charleston', April 11. The steamer Isabella ar
rired from Havana with dates to the 8th. The
lives of the political prisoners are spared; they hav
ing been pardoned at the scaffold.
EsfWe arc authorized to announce 15. Clesiex3 as a can
didatc to represent Davidson County in the Lower branch of
the nest Legislature.
,3grWc are authorized to announce Felix" It. CncATiiAii
a candidate for re-election forCounty Court Clerk at the en
5We arc authorized to announce E. B.BiGLEras a
candidate for sheriff) at the ensuing election.
5irWe arc authorized to announce Col. James M.Sukid
as a candidate to represent the counties of Warren, Cannon,
'GofTec, Grundy and Van Buren, in the Senatorial branch of
TOie next General Assembly.
J5T"We are authorized to announce L. W. Fussel. as a
candidate for rc-clecfion to the olficcof Sheriff of "Davidson
count', at the next March election.
257Ve are authorized to announce Williau II. Dorrs
an a candidate to represent the counties of White, Jackson
and Macon in the Senatorial branch of the next General As
sembly. 2?" Wc are authorized to announce Isaac M. Joxes a can
didate forCounty Court Clerk, at the next March election.
?yWc arc authorized to announce Jons K. Edmoxuson,
a candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county.
cSFTWo arc authorised to announce "W. E. Goopaicn as a
candidate to represent Davidson county, in the lower house
ofthe next Legislature.
NEW ENGLISH HOOKS.
TBERRY & CO. have just received
STRAUSS' LIFE OF JESUS, 3v.
FICIITE'S POPULAR WORKS, 2v.
MEMOIRS OF THOMAS MOORE, by Lord John
BYRON'S POETICAL WORKS, new edition, lGv.
MOORE'S POETICAL WORKS, lOr. calf.
MACKINTOSH'S BOOK OF THE GARDEN; "
ANALYSIS OF KANT'S CRITICK.
FINDLAY'S CLASSICAL ATLAS.
FINDLAY'S MODERN ATLAS.
HALL'S NEW GENERAL ATLAS.
LYELL'S PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY.
IYELL'S ELEMENTARY GEOLOGY.
A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO THE FIRST STUDY"
OF THE GREEK TESTAMENT.
THE PHANTOM WORLD: or, The Philosophy ofSpi-
rits, Apparitions, kc
POCOCKE'S JNDIA IN GREECE.
COOK'S VOYAGE ROUND THE "WORLD
Old England's Worthies. april 7
PICTORIAL GALLEEY OF ENGLISH RACE HORSES.
. W. T. BERRY & CO. have recently received
PICTORIAL GALLERY OF ENGLISH RACE HORSES;
. Containing I'OLTiiAire of all the Whining Horsesofthe
Derby, Oaks, and St. Lcger Stakes during the last Thir
teen Y'ears, and a Hi.tory of the principal operations
of the Turf, illustrated by Portraits of some of its most
i distinguished nienibeis. By Wilukakk (George Tat-
1 tersall, Esq.) In one large handsome svo. volume con-
J taining Seventy-five beautiful Illustrations, chiefly
Steel engravings of Horses, after Pictures by Cooper,
Herring.jllancock, Aiken, kc Also full length char-
actcristic Portraits of celebrated living Sportsmen by
Seymour; Scarlet cloth, elegantly gilt on back and
sides with appropriate devices.
W. T. B. & Co., have also recently received
Stewart's Stable Economy.
& Youaton the Structure and Diseases of the Horse.
- Horsemanship, including are Breaking and Training of
Horses. B.F.Bauchcr. april 3
LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF HENRY VEX
. BY AGNES STRICKLAND.
( W. T. BERRY &. CO. have just received
ir; 4lm Oitiwtne nf Hnnrv VT1T nnil nf ills Mntll.
iUUUUIIO ' "
or Elizabeth of York. Bv Amies Strickland. Complete in
1 volume handsome Crown 8 vo., extra Cloth, various col
The Memoirs ofthe Mother and Queens of Henry VIII,
coutaincd in this volume, comprehending the period from
1466 to 154.8, present so striking a picture of the stormy era
of transition from the middle ages to moiern times, "that
mrtif Ka wvftnlprt nil fnrminrrn. nrnnnd hv thom5lvis
1) O o - - I
aud little, if anything, is lost by detaching them from Miss
HUU HUiCj tluMMi, . f
Strickland's "Lives of the Queens of England," of which
l licv luiii -1' ...... wr..'0 t- . ,
fore, deem it necessary ony' to say that they have suffered
no mutilation or abridgement.
W. T. B. & Co. have also recently received
LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND, from the
Norman conquest, with anecdotes of their Courts, now first
published from official records and other documents, pri
- vate as well as public. New edition, with additions and
corrections. By Agnes Strickland, completed in six large
hand handsome crowns octavo volumes, various styles of
The Lady's Historical Library, comprising Memoirs of
the Empress Josephine, Mary Queen of Scots, Anna Boleyn,
Memoirs ofthe Queens ot France, and Memoirs ofthe Court
of Marie Antoinette, mall 9 vol?. mar31.
Kiel Spring" Goods
W. A. & J. G. McCLEIiLAND,
No. 20. PUBLIC SQUARE, NASHVILLE.
ARE rece'iTing and now opening their Stock of SPRING
Aix SUMMER GOODS; and, in extent and variety,
it is decidedly tuv,ost attractive they have ever opened.
They would call the attcuunof purchasers to the following,
with many other Goods not enuiheru4-
RICH DRESS GOODS.
Plaid India Silks;
Delicate Summer Silks :
Plain Rich Silks, all colors;
" Berages, "
Challeys, Dayaderes; - "
Z' 'Fine Linen Cambrics, 40 to 75;
Plain and Bordered Brilliantcs; -Rich
Organdy Muslins ;
" French Chintz ;
French Jaconets, from 25 to 50 cents;
Valencienne Laces and Insertings, Star Point Laces, Va
lencienneand Muslin Collars, Caffs and Dimity Bands. Jac
onettand Linen Flounces, Mourning Robes, Plain Mourning
and Traveling Collars.
LINEN AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
Irish Linens, Linen Sheetings, Damask.Table Linens and
Napkin?, Fine Bird's Eve Diaptr, Huckaback and Medicated
Towels, Lace and Musfin Curtains, Bleached and Domestic
Sheetings, Bed Tickings, &.c, kc
The most beautiful Spring and Summer Mantles ever
opened In Nashville Also, Silk for Mantles.
MullNansook, Hair Cord, Striped Swiss, Checked Jace
netts, Dotted Swiss Muslins.
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, FANS.'c.
Blue and White Silk Hose, Thread and English Cotton
Hoe, Misses Silk and Cotton Stockings, beautiful Ribbons,
Bonnets, Fans, Mitts, Kid Gloves.
Alpacas, Challcys, Black and Plaid Silks, Black Crapes,
Berages, Ginghams and Muslin?, blue Rept Silks, without
lustre, Mourning Collars, and Sleeves.
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
We will take great pleasure in showing our Stock, feel
ing assured we will be able to offer such inducements, as it
regards style and price, as to be conceded by all.
w. a. & J. g. McClelland.
Nashville, March 29, 1853.
SHOULDER SEAM PATENT SHRTS.
JOHN K. HUME hasjust received a complete assortment
of these celebrated Shirts. Also
Collars, Cloths, CnAVAis,
Cassimeus, Neck Tits, Vestixgs. .
Also. Gloves and Gentlemen's Underwear of every de
scription. JOHN K. HUME,
mar24 No. 57, College Street.
J. A. DBEUV.
V. B. DEEttV.
E. E. DEEltr,
ALIS0NL9l MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
Office M. Public Square, JS'ashtjille, Tennessee
march22 tw ly.
TU3T received at the PHILADELPHIA STORE, NoJ'
1 18. Public Souare. a splendid assortment of PARASOLS.
a Lots Kiel), bordered, iiroacne&iiK-, rarasois.
" Superior Watered do do;
2 " do Lined do do;
1 " Fine Satin do do;
To whicii we would reinectfully iiivifo the attention ofth
Ladies. SUON, UILLMAN & CO.
WANTED. 20,000 to 50,000 dollars m South Caro
lina Bank Notes, and J8O.O00 Georgia Bauk Notes,
wanted immediately by aprilu D. PbARL & CO.
AMERICAN GOLD for sale utlowrattr
D. PEARL & CO.
EASTERN EXCHANGE. We are drawing on
New York and Philadelphia in sums lo suit, at Bank
U. 1 I'jAULi & LiU.
T7" ENTUCKY BANK NOTES and Checks torsale
J. by j.pril'J
J). i'EAttLf& CU.
Ti ,1'OBILE nud New Orleans Bank Notes wanted by
1M aprili) D. PEARL k CO.
SILVER wanted immediately by
D.J'EAKL & CU.
PUBLIC SALE OF BUILDING LOTS AT ALISONIA
HAVING been strongly solicited, by a large number of
persons to sell Lots adjacent to the above Springs, I
have concluded to yield to these solicitations; I will, tucrc
therefore,ou the 20th of April next, offer at public auction.on
the premises, a nuinberof BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS,
immediately at or near the Springs, of appropriate form and
size lor residences with necessary appendages. Those much
admired and VERY VALUABLE SPRINGS are beautiful
ly situated ou a beuch ofthe Cumberland Mountain; imme
diately ou the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, at a De
pot, i) miles troin Nashvtlle, and but a lew miles from Cum
berland Tunnel. There is a Magnificent Chalybeate, Su
perior Sulphur, and a number ot Free-stone Springs; all in
close proximity. A more healthy, desirable, and convenient
location for a SUMMER RETREAT cannot be found in any
Building Materials in abundance may bo had at the place,
as 1 have on baud several hundred thousand( good Briek
aud 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 of sale.
JgfA Plat of the above may be seen at my office in Win
chester, or at Alisonia Depot. WM. ESTILL.
Alisonia, Franklin co., Yenn., Feb. 21, 1853 dwtd.
To aliBiet itSakevs.
AND purchasers ot the following articles, the subscriber
4375 FEES SHADE XAUOGAJfT YEEEERS, ass'd;
3600 do fine Crotch do do do;
do bestFIowinr do:
do do Polishing Varnish;
For sale at the lowest prices by
At the Man k Mobtab, Market street, Nashville.
TO CQaGH MAKE8S & GTHEKS.
JUST received, ofthe best quality
1 Gask FINE CVAC'ir-jSaUF VARNISH, NO. 1.
1 do do do do do NO. 2.
1 do Black Coach Vabnish, fob. msPAiiuxd;
2 Barrels Best Black Leather Varnish;
20 Reams VANDERPOOL'S CELEBRATED FLINT
PAPER, considered tfte lest Sand Paper in use. All offered
low by T. WELIS,
npnll Market street, Nashville.
EVENING CRAVATS AND TIES. We are now
Pj receiving an elecraiit assortment of Evening .Cravats
and Tics, and for sale by MYERS &"M'GILIi.
KID GLOV15S. Just received a very superior assort
ment of Gent's Kid Gloves for party and street, of
Jonsin, Chamberiam, Begero, aud Alexander's make.
aprilV MYERS k M'GILL.
TAFFETA SILK GLOVES. Just ree'da large o
of Taffeta Silk Gloves, also Lisle Thread, light and
brown Linen and Cotton Gloves, and for sale by
april? MYERS k M'GILL.
&ENTLE.UEN'S GAITERS. Just reccnel a
small supply of superior col'd Gaiters of Cloth, Cas
simere, and Linen. apr7 MYERS & M'GILL.
OANES, CANES. Just ree'd asupcrir lot of Canes
with Gold, Silver, Wrapped and various other styles o
beads. apr7 MYERS k M'GILL.
ELOCUTIOxV MADE EASY. A new Book, con
taming RULES and SELECTIONS for DECLAMA
TION an I READING, with Figures Illustrative of Gestur ,
by u. C Jggett, A. 31
"11 o jlan ot the boot may be more readily perceived oy
..':.. rn n... t r..t . -I- i;n..)
lusiit'Ciiuu oi lia uuirus, man ui u ijiuiuiu.j uv.iuiii"i.
for sale by aprik? 'CHARLES W. SMITH.
"jVTORAL SCIENCE. Outlines of Moral Science, by
iXJL Archibald Alexander, D. D.
"A casual inspection will be enough to show any reader
that this is a book of elements laying down principles, clear
ing the statement of Fundamental questions, and marking
the limits nroundthe Science." For sale by
aprilO CHARLES W. SMITH.
BROAD STREET BRIDGE. The election orf
President and Directors of the Broad Street Bridge
Company advertised for April 2dhasbecu postpoued until
0 o'clock, p. i., Monday. April 11.
It Is very desirable that all the Stockholders be present,
as other business of importance will be laid before them.
The meeting to bo held at the office of the Nashville Insur
ance and Trust Company. S. M. SCOTT,
April 6, 1853. Secretary.
TENNESSEE MARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE CO
Nashville, April 2, 1853.
THE Directors this day declared a Dividend of Ttcenty
nine JJollarsper Share, to be reserved as a part of the
Capital Stock of the Company. JOSEPH VAULX",
apri!5 2w Secretary.
q. p. sniKK.
;KJL SSOm Ll'l, tJtmegu oircui,
jHONOHAN & SHIRK,
HAVE on hand and are finishing a complete assortment
of Carriages, consisting of Carryalls, Rockaways,Bar
rouches, and Buggies, made of the best material and of su
perior workmanship, finished in neat and elegant style, with
some entirely new patterns. For sale low, for cash or ap
proved paper. ,
Persons wishing Carriages or Harness, will find ltto their
interest to give us a call at our establishment on lower Col
Wo have also some secondhand Coaches, Barrouches and
Buggies for sale. apri!2 lm
1-OTATOES. iOO harrels Potatoes in good order, for
. saleat Sir""" wel by- 'PERKINS, CLACK & CO.
Cloths, Cassimcres, Cottonades,Drillings, Summer Coat
ings, Lisle Thread Shirts? Linen and Silk Shirts ; Cravats,
Pocket Handkerchiefs, striped Lislle and Cotton Half-
2520 FEET FINE OAK VENEERS, assorted;
40 Gross Bureau Knobs, assorted;
20 Reams Superior Sand Paper, all sizes;
84 Gallons Fuiimtcbe Vaunisu;
jlAISY BURNS: A tale by Julia Kavanagh, author of
"Nathalie," "Women in France," Jtc.
CASTLE AVON. By the Author of Ravenscliff, The
THE FORTUNES OFTHE COLVTLLE FAMILY. By
the author or Trank Farleigh, Lewis Arundel. Marrying
There is no writer of inodem times, who has risen to SO
great public favor, and in such a short time, as the author of
irant i arieigu ana jjewis Arunaei, ne nas well aeserveu
this, for his work as the faithful reflexes of human nature,
which always" Involuntarily find an answer in the great
heart of humanitv. The "Fortunes of the Colville Family"
is one ofthe best and most sparkling of his productions.
A book which everr "reader will thank us for recommend
ing. Its moral is beautiful in itself; and interwoven in a
narative replete with interest, and where the characters are
exquisitely drawn ana developed. It must Do universal
A gem of a household book, worthy to be put into the hands
of every youth, and be introduced int& every social circle.
It is a beautiful picture of social life, shadowing in its two
great lights of wealth and poverty. London Quarterly,
For sale bv (march 261 F. HAGAN.
- L J
PUTNAM'S HOME CYCLOPEDIA. Hand Book of
universal Geography, being a Gazetteer of the orld
Edited by T. Carey Callicot, A. M. Just received by
march 26 F. HAGAN.
THE DRUGGISTS' GENERAL RECEIPT BOOK.
Comprising a copious Veterinary formulary, and table of
Veterinary Materia Medica, numerous receipts in patent and
proprietary medicines, Druggists' nostrums, kc. By Henry
Beasly. In one vol. For sale by
march26 F. HAGAN.
SCkoOL BOOKS AND PAPJER.--F. HAGAN
hasjast received a large stock of School Rooks, Paper and
Stationer'. Merchants supplied at low prices. march26
UGLY EFFIE By Caroline Lee Hentz.
"Marcus Warland," do
Aunt Paty's Scrap Bag," do
"The Mob Cap," do
For sale by mar2C
F. HAGAN, Market SL
TO GARDNERS, &c We have on hand a fine as
sortment of LANDRETH'S FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
in bulk, which we offer at very low prices.
marchO dim CARTNYRIGHT & ARMSTRONG.
SCALES, WEIGHTS, CASTINGS, &C, &C
JUST received Platform Scales to weigh 1500 lbs.
A" do do 1200 Its
do do do 700 lbs.
do do do , 100 lbs.
Counter Scale3. Tea Scales.
Extra sets of Weights; 100 lb weights, ' '
Caldrons, 7, 50 and 32 Gallons.
Sugar Kettles of all sizes. 1
English Pots from 1 to 18 Gallons. -
Tea Kettles of all sizes.
Do., for Stoves.
Copper Toasters, with wire cylinders.
Enameled Sauce Pans of all sizes and best quality.
Turned Sauce Pans and Frying Pans, cf all sizes.
apriie SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
JUST received a few patterns of elegant Parlok Gkat6s,
for which On account of their beauty aud superior man
ufacture, have received prizes at the Northern Exhibitions.
These arc the handsomest Grates that have ever beeu
offered for sale in Nashville i
aprilt; SNOW, MACKENZIE, k CO. '
SELF-HEATING SAD IRON. '
JUST received a few of the new patent SKi.r-Hi:ATiN-Sad
Ikons, by which, with the assistance of a cent
worth of CAarcoaf, the Ironing for a large family may be
done in the shade under the trees, and requires no large fire
iu the kitchen in the heat of Summer,
april 6 SNOW, MACKENZIE & CO.
EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS AT HICKS'
No 46, Public Square, Nashville, Tenn
Fx the rich Dinner, Tea, Desert and Chamber Setts
r u... i?.,i. rri. i,.i. : i ,
and greatly reduced in prices. The object bemj: to
reduce the stock for next Fall's importations. Those in
need of fine setts at a low. price, would do. well to call soon.
I am determined not to be undersold by any house in the
United Suites mar22 dim A. II. HICKS.
LARGE SALE OF NEW STYLE SPRING GOODS,
B Y A. J. D UN G AN,
April 1227, 13, and Uth, 1853.
I WILL sell at Auction, on TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
and THURSDAY, April 12th, 13th, and Uth, 1853, the
largest and most attractive stock of STAPLE and EANCY,
FOREIGN aud DOMESTIC
That has ever been offered in Nashville.
My stock embraces every description of En rlish, French,
German, Italian, India aud American GOODS, all ofthe
Fancy and black English and American Prints, Furniture
and Turkey Red do, Jfrench, Scotch and American Ging
hanis, Chambrays and Bareges, Barege de Laiues, Pans
Painted Organdies, Painted Jaconets, Brilliantines, Cheno
Royals, Embroidered Muslins and Tarletons, liYeuch, Scotch
and American Lawns, of great variety; white Swiss, Book
and Mull Muslins, plain and plaid Jaconets, plaldand emb'd
white Swiss, Bishop Lawns aud Victoria do., black Lawns,
Ginghams and Bareges, black Alpacas, Mohair Cords and
Cashmcretts. A large stock of LINEN GOODS, imported
direct from Irelarid, comprising yellow, pink, blay aud
checked Linen Coatings, fancy and bleached Linen Drills,
Holland, 4 4, 9-8, 12-4 and bleached Linen Shirtings and
Sheetings, 3-1, 7-3 and 4-4 Tickings, Apron Checks, and
Furniture do., Nankeens, Camlets, Denims, blue Drills and
Cottouades; book fold brown Linens, Farmers' Drills, and
California Cassitneres, Silk Serges, Satin and Silk Vest
iiigs, Marseilles white, buffand fig'd do., super French black
aud col'd Cloths, super French black Oassimeres and Doe
skin do., fancy French Cassimcres, Tweed and 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, kc
ALSO. Hats and Bonnets of every style and quality,
Gents double aud single brimmed Palm and Leghorn Hats,
Panama Pedal Braid, Kossuth, Brush, Rus,sia, Satin and
Moleskin Hats; Ladies and Missc3 Bonnets; Devon Braid,
China Pearl, Belgrade Net Lace, Gossamer mixed and
Chrystal Bonnets; Artificial Flowers; Wn:aths, French
Bunches, Sprigs and Outside Flowers.
fgTAn extensive variety of Bleach dd and IBrown Domes
tics andOsuaburgs of all the differeiit widths.
23TThe stock is worthy the attention ofthe largest buv.
ers of Goods. Terms liberal. y"
Nashville, March 24th. AND. J. tDUNCAN.
May 17,' 18 and l'J. I July 12, 13 ar.d 14.
-"Junel4, 15 and 16.
FOR CONCERTS AND 0PERA3,
At No. 57, College st.
JOHN K. nUME has just received an assortment of
"Riggalets," a new article for Ladies' Toilet; also new
and beautiful Neck and Sash Ribbons. april4
PARASOLS, SUNSHADES, &c
JOHN K. HUME has received his supply f Parasols and
Sunshades, for Ladies and Misses, the most beautiful
ones ever offered in this market. april 4
SILK AND LACE MANTLES
JUST received, Silk and Lace Mantles, anil Lace Points,
for Spring aud Summer wear; newest stj les out
JOHN K. H'JME,
apriI4 No. 57 Ctillege street.
CHOICE STOCK OF WHITE GOtmi!
White Jaconets; India Hair Cord Twills,
" Cambric; also,
Check'd and Strip'd do; Reautiful printed Muslins;
Nainsook Muslins; " " L Camb ;
Swiss " Rich Dress Goods all des-
Dotted Swiss; criptious.
Spanish Fans, Hosiery;
Open Workians; White Eng. and Ger. Hose;
Mourning Fans; Waxed and Lisle Hose;
Pure White do; SUk Hose.
Valenciennes Lace and Inserting, Laco Collars, Honiton
Collars, aud every variety of Collars.
JOHN K. HUME,
aprili No. 57 College street.
SPRING OPENING MILLENARY.
MRS. E. LOCKUART most respectfully
.L countrv. that she has iust received direct
from New York, the latest and most fashionable assortment
of Millenary Goods, all Pans Styles, and well selected. Lf
anyone wishes a real Fashionable Bounet, please call at No.
14, Cherry street, and judge for themselves.
Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Trimmings, and all new Pat
terns. Orders from the country promptly attended to.
Thankful to the Ladies for their former very liberal pat
ronage, I hope still to merit a continuance of their favors
MRS. E. LOCKHART,.
apri!7 tf No. 14. Cherry street
LADIES ! Please call and examine the New Goods
just received at the PHILADELPHIA STORE, No.
18 Public Square, embracing:
China Crape Shawls; Parasols;
Embroideries; Ladies Needlework Vests;
Fine Printed Organdies; Tissues;
Rich Styles Parasols; Fine Chemizettes, kc, &c.
All of which will be sold at Tery low prices.
apri!7 E.v SOHN.KILLMAN & CO.
TWO Fixe TnoEoocn Bbed Stallioss, Imp.
SHAMROCK, one of the best racers of his
dnvnnd with limited 'Onnnrtunifms nmtn. cha.
era very large and fine thorough
bred. Price $400 each. W. G. HARDING.
marchO lmt&Tr s.
r JOHN YORK & CO.
JOHN YORK & CO. are Agents for the following
Harper's New Monthly Magazine....- S3 00
DeBow's N. O. Commercial Review 5 00
Hunt's Merchant's Magazine.... 5 00
The South Western Monthly 8 00
Graham's Magazine 3 00
vdey's Lady's Book 3 00
WEBSTER'S QUARTO DICTIONARY, (una
bridged) to which is prefixed an introductory dissertation
oa the origin, history, and connection of the languages of
Western Asia and Europe, with an explanation ofthe prin
ciples on which languages are formed.
It contains three times the amount of matter found in any
other English Dictionary compiled in this country. It stands
without a rival m the annals of English Lexicography. For
sale by marchlQ JOHN YORK k CO.
SCHOOL BOOKSJOHN YOKK & CO. have oon
stantly on hand a large assortment of every article in their
line, at reduced prices. School Readers, Grammars, Arith
metics, Dictionaries, Geography, Astronomy; Physiology,
Botany, Chemistry, Rhetoric and Logic
ALSO Classical Books, embracing the best authors and
instructors In the Greek, Latin, French, as well as all the
other books used hi Schools, Colleges, and Academies.
JOHN YORK & CO. Have just received a very su
purior article of Letter, Foolscap and Note Paper, which
they offer for sale very low. Also a new assortment' of Gold.
Pens and Pencils. march!9
WM. n. surra. WM. E. J0Jf
SMITH & JONES.
Agency for the Prosecution of Claims of every description
against the United States.
T No. 22J, GUrry Street, Nashville, Tennessee.
lib undersigned have been successfully engaged for sev
eral years, in the prosecution ofclaims'agamst the Uni
ted States, for Pensions, Bounty Land, Back jf ay, JIalfPaij
and Commutation, Transportation, and Extra Pay, and in
fact, claims of every description, growing out of military
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 beuefit to those having claims.
B'a recent enactment of Congress, all widows of Revolu
tionary Officers and soldiers, (it any time married f are enti
tled to a Pension for life, all 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
17a0,as well as the war of 1312 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 4o. No charge
made, unless wo succeed in procuring the allowance of the
claim. SMITH k JONES.
feb26 b a tw tf,
JO. W. HOUTON. SILAS N'UACET.
H0RT0N & JIACEY.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware and Cutlery, Iron and Castings,
No. 71, Afarketst., near Broad Sign of the Mill Saw.
WOULD invite the attention of Merhants, Car-
penters. Blacksmiths, Farmers, and the Trad- fip.
ing community generally, to their large and well se J1JL
lected stock of Sp5
Pocket and Table Knives, Anvils and Vices,
Spoons and Candlesticks, Augers and Chisels,
Padlocks and Scissors, Mili-X Cut and Hand Saws,
Chains and Hoes, Files, Braces and Hits,
Double and Single Shot Guns, Grass Rope, kc kc
Together with all articles usually kept m Hardware houses,
which we offer on accommodating terms.
WADE & BUTCHER'S CELEBRATED RAZORS
JUST received, 15 dozen W. & B. "Old Army" Razors;
12 dozen W. k B. Hollow Ground Razors;
8 " "Genuine Barbor "
5 " " Old Bachelor "
3 " ' Patent Ft ama Back. "
. - HORTON k MACEY,
march 12 lm No. 71 Market Street.
NEW BOOT AND SHOE ST0RE
EIJ. GARRETT Respectfully announces r$i
that he has purchased from Messrs. A. B. & &M'&
C. W. ROBERTSON a select and complete assort- I ILL
ment of BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, &c,
from their latest importations, expressly for retailing, and
will, continue Jhe business at their stand, No. 16, three dooi i
f'romNiehol's corner, public square.
He solicits the customers of the Messrs. Robertson's, and
his friends arid the public generally to give him a call, w th
the. assurance, on his part, of his best exertion to give satis
faction to all, who may be disposed to patronize hiia
marchl4 lift E. B. GARRETT-.
N. R.-Mr. Miltox Cockiiill will continue at mv estab
lishment mid will be happy to see and serve his friends.
NOTICE. We have sold to MR. E. R. GARRETT our
retailing stock of Boots, Shoes and Trunks, and given
him our stand, No. 16, south ride ofthe Square. The stock
is select, full andsuperior, having been made to orderfor our
regular Spring.sales. Wc, in taking leave of the retail.trade
fur a' short time avail ourselve of an opportunity to thank the
public lor a long and liberal patronage, and recommend our
successor asworthy the confidence of our customers and the
public. "Fair Dealing" will be his standing motto.
marchl4 lm A. B. k C W. ROBERTSON.
- LINEN SHEETINGS! LINEN SHEETINGS ! !
AT NO. D tJXION STECET.
JUST received a few. pieces 12 qr. Linen Sheetings which
will be sold, very low. Also a very desirable stock of
Ladies' dress goods, consisting jof Silks, Berages, Slama
Cloths, Lawns, Jaconet aud Swiss Muslins, line dotted
Swisses, Gloves and Hosiery, Bonnets anu Bonnet Ribbons,
Linen Cambric Kaudkerchiefj, Cheniizetts, Collars, kc, kc
Bleached aud Brown Domestics of every quality and price,
SUk, Satin and Marseilles Vesting?.
A beautiful assortment of Ladies' shoes, which we are sell
ingat very low prices.
We earnestly solicit the attention of customers fo our stock
before purchasing elsewhere, as we are determined to sell as
low asiiuy one. Don't forget No. 9 Union street.
march25 THURSTON & BERNARD.
OPENING OF THE
PhiladelpMa Store !
LADIES, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, HUT
SOHN, HLLLHAN & CO.
HAVE, this day opened the Philadelphia Store, No. 18,
Public Square, next door to Plummcr k Co., with a
large assortment of DRY GOODS, just received from the
East, which they will sell at Philadelphia,prices. r
They would respectfully solicit thoso in want of DRYT
GOODS to examine their stock.
(-N; B.-Oue Price and no deviation. march26
JUST RECEIVED AT THE PHILADELPHIA STORE,
No. 18, Public Squake, (nxxt nook to Plummee k Co.)
A SPLENDID- assortment of Spring Dress Goods, em
bracing the latest styles of Silks, Printed Organdies,
Robes, Silk Broches, Tissues, Lawns, etc.
Also, a large invoice of Embroideries. All of which will
be sold at Philadelphia prices,
march 26 SOHN, HILLMAN k CO.
STILL THEY COME! FRESH ARRIVALS DAILY !!
COMPETITION DEFIED ! ! !
THE subscriber respectfully announces to the citi
zens of Nashville and surrounding country that
he is still receiving large additions to his already mi- fl1'
Gents Fashionahle Spring and Summer Ready
which ho is prepared to, and will sell AS LOW AS ANY
OTHER HOUSE IN THE TRADE.
Already in store Fine Brown, Blue, Black and Olive Frock
and Dress Coats of the latest styles, French Tweed, Cash
mcrette, Plush, Drap d'Ete, Silk Lustre and Grass Linen
Frock, Sack, Box, and Polka Coats, kc, kcr, kc
Pants and Vests of every color, shade, pattern and quality
to suit the most Fastidious.
LIKEWISE a fine assortment of Gent's furnishing arti
cles, consisting of Fine Shirts, Under Shirts, Drawers, Cra
vats, Handkerchiefs, Suspenders, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Bags, kc, kc
Also, a variety of Youths' and Childrens' Clothing, from
three years of age upwards. L. POWERS,
Tennessee Clothing Depot, No. 84 Market St, directly op
posite Union street.
' J3?"No connexion with any other house in the city.
N. B. Not to be sold or undersold by any man or combi
nation of men. L. P.
Country Merchants in particular are earnestly invited to
call and inspect my stock previous to purchasing elsewhere
PHILIP SCHLEFFSLIN, HAINES & CO.'S
SELECT MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
WE have just received a full supply of the above arti
cles, consisting in part as follows :
Pow'd Turkey Opium, extra; Extract Hops extra;
" " Rhubarb; " Quassia, "
" Indian " " Butternut,"
" Gum Arabia " " Chamomile, extra;
" " Gudiacum, extrt " Dandelion "
" " Gamboge " " Opium "
" Tragacarth " " Rhubarb "
Alexandria Senna " " Sarsaparilla, solid;
" Snip. Iron, " " . " fluid;
" Turkey Myrrh; t " Syrup Iodide of Iron;
" CoIocynlhPulp " " Dupasquies" "
" Comp.ext,Colocynth, " Croton Oil in hulk, ex.
" Cubebs, extra " " " small vials;
" Calabria Liquorice " " Solubh Citrate Iron
" Ergot " " Cod Liver Oil;
" Socotrine Aloes " " Confection Senna;
" Cape " " Ext Valerian;
" Virgin Scammony " " Blue Mass;
Together with a completo assortment as go to make up a
physicians bill. These medicines are used and prescribed
by all the leading physicians in the union in preference to
any other. We are now prepared to fill bills with the purest
medicines that the country can produce and upon the most
reasonable terms. Proscriptions always prepared with these
pure and select medicines. STRETCH k ORIt,
Druggist, corner Union and Cbirry street, Nashville.
CIRCUIT COURT OF DAVIDSON COUNTY.
May Term, 1853.
Rule 1st, The causes on the trial docket shall hereafter
be divided by the Clerk in two equal portions, asthey 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 for any particular day, unkss
for special reasons shown to, and approved by the Court.
4th. Judgments in unhtigated causes, and judgments by
default, may be taken as heretofore.
5th. The litigated causes, will be taken up in the order
in which they stand on the Docket; when a cause is reach
ed, and one of the parties is not ready for trial, by consent
of the 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.
Gth. After going through the first half of the Docket,, we
will then turn Back and take up the unfinished business ia
the order in which it stands on the Docket, at which tim
everv cause will be tried orcontinued when reached.
7tL 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, tho 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-
8th. After the first half of the Docket shall have been
disposed of, or after the first two weeks of the term have
elapsed, the second half of the Docket will be'taken up and
; disposed of iu the same order and subject to the same rules
I prescribed for the first half.
j tith. No party will be permitted to continue a cause for
i theabscenceoftwitnessor witnesses until he has first called
out and taken a forfeiture against all the absent witnesses
whohave been subposmed, unless he isprepared to show by
Eroof that the witnesses is. sick or has some other rcasona
le excuse for his non-attendance.
10th. It shall be the duty of the Cleik, 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 ofthe term, so
that the parties in such causes may have notice when their
attendence will be requited.
11th. It shall furthermore be the duty of the Clerk, when
issuing subpoenas for the witnesses iu the second half of the
causes, to summon them to attend on tho fourth Monday of
Under the above rules of the Honorable Circuit Court the
, following causes will stand for trial during the first two
weeks of the Term:
1 Rice William's admr vs James H Wilson;
2 John Doe lessee vs Sophia Jlalloy
3 H k A Campbell vs S R Anderson;
4 Sarah Seay vs Daniel Cameron et al;
5 A V Brofrn Gov use &c vs Danl Young et al;
C John Morrow ys M C Napier etal;'
7 J TStamfield vs same;
8 H P Pointer vs same; -. i -v
'J E Flowers vs same; .
10 John Kirkman-vs same; .
11 V S Stevenson vs Tho Hickman's Admn .
12 A Farris use &c vs John Wallace;
13 W B Russell vsM C Napier;
14 J W Bebee ts M D Field;
15 W P Lawrence vs Nashville & nillsboro Turnpike Co;
1C Ligion k Davis use &c vs Miles Bristow, admr;
17 Wilford Rains vs Nashville & Chattanooga R R Co;
18 Geo W Neely vs T W Gilman; . ,
19 Saml Winston vs Tho Hickman's admr; ' "
20 John Shelby vs L B Martin; -
21 Same vs M W Wetmore; - '
22 Philip Harsh vs John B Boosley .
23 Forsvtlie & Duncitn vs-John V Gilbert;.;
24 A L "Davis ys Page & Ryman; - .
25 RobtStewart vs N C East; - , j
26 Stewart k Davis vs same .
27 .IB -Moore vsJno J Martin admr; ;' '"
23 Mary McKay vs Zachariah Harrison et al;
29 George W Coleman vs Eli L Woods;.
30 Henry MannellvsBoydMcNaiiy; ,
81 Saml Winston vs-Lcwis Fields;
' 32 T W Gilman vs J N Bcrlland;
33 Morton, Smith k Co, vs J W Wallace et al;
81 Same vsLEYemnle;
35 N & C Railroad Co. vs Marvin Read;
36 Martha Neely by next friend, vs Enoch .Cunningham;
'87 James Youngvs JainesCorbitt;
33 W W & J T Walker vs John Bates.
39 Mayor and Alderman of Nashville Exparfe;
40 Ben P Clark, vs Thomas Farrell;
41 Boyd McNairy vs John D James:
42 Thomas Eakin surviviiigpartner vsMatt Martin el al;
43 Milly Porter vs. Wni Drvan; , ,
44 John Doe lesseers John W Thompson;-
45 Same vs James M Ray;
46 J F Hard, vs Seay, French k Co, - -
47 AV B Armistead vs Richard Brackin,
43 Massini, vs N k C Railroad Co, - r
49 Thos Eakin, use, Ac, vs GM D Cantrell,
50 W H Harrison's adpus, vs R & T Dismukes; '
51 'Joseph Livingston vs Nashville Gas Light Co,' -
52 James L Greer vs E G Stover,
53 W A Cheatham vs E Goodrich, .
54 Henry Hart ys Jane Harris,
55 Win Philips vs same, - -s . "
56 Wm Allen vs same, . Vj?,
57 Wm Philips vs same,
53 John Gastleyvs W J Harmon;
fJ A McCampbcll vs A W Vanlecr; - : -.
60 V II Allen vsll U Hamner, . "
61 Joseph Barnatd ys John N Williams;
62 Robt Goodlctt vs James E Doom; .
63 Gillman & Hughes vs A Mackenzie ct.al;
64 Merchants' Insurance & T Co vs James Johnson et al;
65 R A Sanders vs James E Doom; c -
6( John Doe, lessee, Sc, vs John Shelby et al; . .
67 Same vs Wm Philips et al; " . '
63" Same vs C W Nance; .
69 Same to M M Monohan et al; '
70 TW Gillman vs Charles Wright;
71 N k C Railroad Co vs Stockley Donelson;-: .- -5 -
72 Thos Gowdey, use ic,vsE S Marshall; t .
73 Same vs same; '
74 John Thompson vs H C East; v. -
75 Charles Baldwin vs CD Elliott; -:
76 II G Dent vsll P Tourner; : -t-
77 B FMoaely vs Wm Gililam;
78 .0 FNoel vs Timothy Walton;
79 James Prichett vs A W Vanleer; ?
80 II T Yeatman vs B F McGhec;
81 ANBrinkley vs John McDole; , " -
82- Hadcock, Haseltinc it Reed ys G W McCown; -
83' Same vs. same;
81 DA Bell vs Geo Sloan;
85 Same vs S!oan k Knight; . -
86 W W Allen vs Jno N Uobbs;
S7 John Doe, lessee, vs Elizabeth Ratbbone;
88 Campbell, Martin k Co vs Rufu3 Morgan; ' " , 1
89 II A Drcuuer vs Bridgo Company;
90 R Smith et als, use, &c, vs John A McEwen etal;
91 Geo L Sloan vs D A Bell;
92 J P Thompson vs Thos 0 Morrow;
93 D C Love, admr, vs John McGavock;
94 S R Anderson ct al vs Ell L Woods utal ;
95 Planters' Bank vs John Yeatman; i - J f
96 A C Shaffer vs Geo Bramble; v. 3 fi
97 J T Leggitt vs "Jno N Alexander; .
98 'II W Kirby vs B F Foster; , - -"
99 D Graham, use kc, vs J N Bertrand;
100 S F Cason vs A W Vanleer;
101 J J Mathinson vs same;
102 S B Hamilton vsM Hamilton etal;
103 W E Watkins vs B M. Barnes; c
104 James E Doom vs Fanny Goodlctt;
105 Wm M Clarke vs J B Halbert, adm'r;
106 Myers k Looney vs Ann Cahal, admr'x;
107 J W Bird well vs D Hopkins;
1 )8 J Vanderpool, Jr, vs McNairy k Hamilton;
109 P M Armstrong vs II W Harrison;
110 Alex Smith vs B F McGehee;
111 State of Tennessee vs R S Snell et al; . -j
112 Lanier k McNickle vs A W Vanleer; -, . -
113 Jno Doe, lessee, vs J M Bondurant; A.
114 John York k Co vs B R McKennie;
115 JohnAMcCampbell vsBcll k Robards; .
116 Same vs DA Bell; - yn-
117 Charles Payne vs John A Payne; .
118 Lanier k Falls vs A W Vanlecr!
119 J H Woolfordvs John Reddick; .
120 State of Tennessee vs R S Snell et al;
121 Geo D namlett vs Isaac M Joue3;
122 B S Wcller vs J M Hughes;
123 Jacob McGavock vs Edward Mclver;
124 Wilson Henry vs Miles Arrington's adm'r;.
125 T D Miller vs James C Ross;
126 P S English V3 Davis & Swan;
127 Robt Martin vsF BEdmondson;
128 Wm C Blackmanvs J B Halbert, adm'r;
129 A Crawford, adm'r. vs J H McEwen;
130 F M Falls vs Jo B Smith;
131 W A Davis vs Wm Gilliam;
132 Dan Young vsBuena Vista Turnpike Co; -
133 J B Snowden vs O B Smith;
134 John Doe, lessee, vs R H McEwen;
1 35 T Y Jasper vs B M Barnes;
136 R M House vs Field and Martin;
137 Union Bank vs McNairy k Hamilton; t
188 John A Cheatham vs C S Bell;
139 B F Waggoner vs same;
140 ALSamuel3 vs same;
141 Same vs same;
142 John W Creech vs same; ;
!43WDMcNish vs Sams;
144 Same vs same;
145 Jo P Brown vs same;
146 O B Hays vs Gillman k Wright;
147 Dan'l Y oung vs A J Porter, et al;
148 John K Hume vs B M Barnes;
149 G k J Anderson vs same;
150 John BeatT vs W H Wharton; - "
151 James S If ill vs W D Robertson; -
152 James Key vs W E Jones;
153 John D Kelley vs Carlos Dimmick, adm'r; "
154 Isaac N Watson vs C S Bell;
155 Johnson & Gleavcs vsDroad st Bridge Co;
156 John Thompson k wife vs McNairy & Hamilton;.
157 J H Shepherd vs T L Marshall; , y
15S J B Williamss V K Stevenson;
159 Geo C Cummmgs vsRobt Bell;
160 W H Caroll vs T J Vaughn;
161 Parker k West vs J B Hudson;
162 J M Hamilton vs McNairy k Hamilton;
163 N H Bon vs Jesse Joiner; (.
164 John E Belt vs C S Bell; . ,
165 B Ferguson vs J McCullough, et al;-
166 M H Howard vs O S Bell el al;-
168 Robt Farquharsonvs same;
169 AC Carter ts same: . '
170 Same vs Boyd McNairy et al i
Tho following causes will stand for trial during tho third
and fourth weeks of4ho Term.,, . ril-
171 AC Carter vsCS Bell;.. . -w
172" Same vs same; . .
178 St, Jotuvvs Melver; "
174 H C Drake vs Thos G Jam 93 et'aly
175 Jas Weeds vs W H Long;
176 Jo-P Brown vs C S Bell;
177 Wm Greer vs Isaac Jones;
178 A Cheatham vsiL Watson, adm'r, et al;
179 Mark Young T3 C S Bell;
ISO A C Carter vs same;
131 Same vs same;
1S2 EH Childress vs same;
133. Jo-P Brown vs same;
184 WE Morgan, vs same;
185 A Cheatham vs M Watson, admr; et al;
186 a C Cartervs C S Bell;
137 Clifton & Abott vs 31 J L Fuller; -
188 Cyrus Chatfieldvs C S Bell; . t
189 Mark Young vs M Watson, adm'r, et at
190 Martha Parker vs C S Bell et ah - , . .
191 Mark Young vs same; -J
192 Dan'l Graham, Pres vs W E Owen;
198 J L Bateman vs D Hopkins;
194 Isaac N Watson vs C S BeU;
195 Dan'l Young vs C D Freeman;
196 A G Pickett vs D Hance;
m Y A Carr vs J S Haskell;
19S B G Hillard vs E R Glascock;
199 State of Tennessee vs RSSnelletal;
200 S H Rash vs Geo W Mabrv; . - .
201 James Ridley's ex'rv3 M K Buchanan etal;
202 W H Long vs B F Mosley;
203 H Gaiewood vs Cartwright k Armstrong
204 E II Childress vs D McPhail et al; - " -
205 James Donelson vs James Hessey et ak
206 John Lawhorn vs S H Davis;
207 S W Atkinson ts Kreider k Co;
203 Shelton Martin vs J MMayo;
209 Robt Levy vs Wm Anderson et al;
5510 "Moore, k Whitworth, ex'r vs same;
211 Same vs same;
212 John II Sloan vs J S Haskell;
218 John K Edmondson vs Charles Barrett;
214 R C JIcNairv vs C H Bachus;
215 F k H W McGavock vs T W Gillman etal;-
216 II W McGavock fc Co vs same;
217 James Miller vs Edward Stewart;
218 John Davis vs C S Bell et si;
219 G Cole vs Lewis Horn;
SiO G W Krebo vs Pitts k Son;
Jiartin & Uovs il lieu;
222 Ana Popovs Geo A Washington;.
223 Parker & Westvs R B Hudson;
224, Same vs W B Hudson;
225 Samuel P Ament Ts,Thos Pr.weUr
226 Gideon J Pillow vsM W Wetmore;
227 Dyer Pearl k Co vs AY R Lucus et al;
223. Davis k Swan vs J W Bell et al; '
229 A P k A R Holden vs W H McNairy et al;
230 Jules Haucl vs same;
231 BuU t Wilder V3 same;
232 Henshaw, Edwards fc Co vs same;
233 Queen City Varnish Co vs same;
234 J PTownsend, surviving partner, vs same;
235 Hunting k Lofts vs same;
256 chas Fisher k Co vs same;
237 Kisson k Keeler V3 Same; 'v'
233 Wiggard k Siiowden vs same; -
239 Eugene Roussell vs same; j,
240 JoiephBoury vs same; ;
-41 Aldndge k Easp vs Morton, Smith k Co;, , '
212 Union Rank vs Churchill Lanier; .
243 Same vs G Marshall; - J'.
214 Planter's Bank vs II N M vers et als;, -
245 Same vs F E Pitta et als; .
216 Same vs W W llinklo et al;
247 R 11 C Bagley vs J B Clements;'
243 J V Birdwell vs Isaac Paid et al;
249 W H Bedford vs F E Pitts;
250 J Birdwell vs B F Foster;
ii5l E" II Childress vs B F Moslcv;
252 J Corrv, Cashier, vs A L Davis;
253 W H Calhoun vs Charles Conger;
254 W F Davidson vs W m K Jones;
255 Enoch Ensley vs R II Wallace ct als; ' v '
256 Joint P Erwin, Trustee, vs R S Snell etal;-',
257 John K Edmonson, ex'r, vs J II McEwen;'
258- J M Hamilton vs C S Bell ct al;
259 J JI Hamilton vs C S Bell et al;
260 Same vs same;
2C-1 A II Harris vs Jesse Joiner;
262 C W HayS vs M Watson admr etal;
263 David Hopkins vs J H Sloan;
264 E C Uarrell vs A A McLean;
265 Joseph Jones vs J 1 lichell;
266 J Mitchell vs Jesse Joiner;
267 WL Murphy vs N k G Railroad Co;
263 Morton, Smith & Co vs C F Berry;
269 McCann k Adams vs Hugh Douglass;
270 John Poterfleldvs Theo Fagundus etal;
271 J II Patterson vs John Shelby admr;
272 Gideon J Pillow vs M W Wetmore:
273 J B Parish vs Oliver Towles;
274 R Phipps et al vs R N Ilulme;
275 J A Robe vs E Morton et al;
276 J H Sloan vs Dan Hopkins;
277 Suml Seay vs Ihos C Bates;
273 W G Shelton vs N k C R R Co;
279 John Thompson vsB McNairy etal;
230 W llliams itUro vs Jotmbcotl; . j
231 J W Yeatman use &c vs Jno W Armstrong;'
232 Bank of Tennessee vs II S Atkinson etal;i,
253 Same vs W M Brown et al;
254 Same vs H W McGavock et al;
285 Mayor and Aldermer of Clarksvillo vs Field k Martin
236 W Strickland vs J Masher;
297 James Woods vs W H Long;
233 J U Sloan va J S Haskell;
289 C A Breast vs Susan Philips;
290 James Parks vs same;
291 W G Massey vs M Watson admr et al;
292 L F Beech vs same;
293 W F Newsomvs J NHulmeet al;
294 L F Beech vs OS Bell ct al;
295 John HI'ointer vs M Watson admr etal;
396 O B Smith vs T Fanning;
297 B II Shepherd vs C S Bell et al; t
298 E II Childress vs same;
299 Jacob McGavock vsM Edwards "etal;
IQ0 James Hamilton admr vs J II Charlton et al;
301 Francis Neal vs Isaac N Kimbro;
302 Seay k Shepherd vs M L Shaub;
803 State of Tennessee vs R S Snell et al;
804 M C Dunn vs Samuel Houston;
305 James Hart vs E W G Butler exr;
306 A Lewis vs Zebulon Williams;
307 James Whitworth vs Isaac Paul ct al;
308 Jacob McGavock vs James C Owen;
809 John Beaty vs Mutual Protection Insurance Co; '
310 Robt Lusk vs M Read;
311 W B k J B Hudson vs L C Coleman;
812 James Whitworth vs C B McNairy exr et al;
313 F R Rains vs J C Ross etal;
314 Planters Bank vs Graves k Shankland;
315 N k M Franklin Turnpike Govs Jno M k W L B Law-
816 John Reid vs A A McLean;
317 Elias H Simpson vs A Balch;
313 Bank of Tenticsseevs BF McGheeet al;
319 Dyer Pearl & Co vs F R Lanier;
320 Thos Hale k Co vs Nashville Bridge Co;
,321 E II Childress vs G L Sloan et al;
"322 Same vs M Watson admr et al;
323 Elias II Simpson vs B F Mosley;
324 J Hardin vs Geo D Hamlett;
325 E II Childress vs Sarah V William3 et al;
326 F R Rains vs W K Turner et al;
327 R M Porter and wife vs E W G Butler exr iq
323 W W Lylcs et al vs W R Lucus;
329 J R Watson vs John Page;
8 50 Union Bank vs C B Mc? airy exr;
331 J B Knowles vs H W McGavock et al;
832 Planters Bank vs E A Herman et al;
333 Same vs same
334 Geo A Harrel vs T W Shcaron;
335 J R Jeffrey k Sons vs A D Berry;
386 Greenway, Bro k Co vs same;
387 Petits, Bannister k Harris vs same;
338 J A McEwen use kc vs same;
329 A C Carter vs A Jackson etal;
840 Planters Bank vs W A Eichbaum.
THOS.T. SMILEY, Clerk,
marll lw4w By A. C. NoavgLt, D. C.
H. C. CAUUTO. WM. TERRT. J. C.DKW
CAR UTH, TERRY & DEW.
DEALERS IN HARDWARE AND CUTLERY.
154, 2Tariet St. and 25, Merchant St., Philadelphia
GRAND SPECULATION S !
FOR SALE Four lots, two on North High street of 41
and 42 feet front, by 140 feet in depth, one on the cor
ner of North High and Gay streets of 42 by 140, and one on
Gay of 40 by 125. On one of the lots, fronting upon North
High street is a fine two story ekick uocse, with a Hydrant
n d other necessary appurtenances. The lot fronting on Gay
treet has on ita fine largebrick stable. This property will
be sold at reasonable prices, all in a lump, or in ceparatj
lot3. The house pays ten per cent, on its price. It is pleas
antly situated near the business part of the city. When the
Legislature improves the grounds of the Capitol it will be
one of the most desirable locations in the city. For further
particulars enquire of O. F. PARKER,.
march30 2w 44 Cherry street.
Walnut Jockey Club Association Races.
rrHE Spring Meeting over this course will commence on
1 MnnHav the 16th day of May next.
FiaSDArl-Association Parse $250-Two mile
hSaxT Dat Association Purse 150 One mile
Tmiu) Dax Association Purse $-100 Three mile
Fourth Day Association Purse $200 Three best
in five. .
In addition to the above purses, the following Sweepstakes
have been proposed :
A Sweepstake for 3 year olds, one mile and repeat $7S
entrance, 25 forfeit. Three or more to make a race, to
name and close the 1st day of April. The Association to
gh-e $100 provided the stake is filled. To bo run on the
nrstday otthe meeting- ., , ,
A Sweepstake for "all ages Two milo heats ?10O en
trance, $50forfeit. Three or more to make a race, to cams
andclose:onSaturday,at3 o'clock, preceding the reguar
races. The above stake to bo run on Tuesday the Beccnd
day. All entries to be made to the Sectary undersesd.
march5-td b L. R. GLASCOCK, Seer.
J. UiiU WXir,,
MERCHANT TiVIIiOR, 4i!, College street, ,
Nashville, would respectfully inform his friends
and the public, tnatne- nas receiveu ma oprmg w x
Summer Goods, consisting ot a largo and weu seiecieu
of Cloths, Doeskins, Fancy Cassimeres,Dnllmgs, iico ves-
inga of choice patterns, and general assorimsui. i -nifbing
goods, to which he wouFd invite their. atteefaca.Wr
ing coB&dentthat ha can give eatiro satiafacUoa.