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Economy in Food.
The unprecedented Scarcity o
provisions, for man and beast, through
out our section of countr7, renders
everj,- economical suggestion useful,
even though it emanate from one of
limited experience. . With this in
ducement, I offer a few thoughts for
tillers cf the soil. .
i jor :nany years I have pursued
.the hah; t of soaking corn 21 to 48
hours in water, a little salt thrown in
twice a neek; the casks used to be
refilled 'villi water as fast as absorbed.
Working, horses will consume! the
cob enti ely, with as much bepefit
as an e(ual weight in fodder, which
of course may be fed more sparingly.
Anothei consideration important .to
those lo' :atcd near to whisky dealers:
the, corn is unmerchantable,, conse
quently your servants are less tempt
ed to be :cine thieves and drunkards.
; .Whciit "in the milk," (when
scarcjfy demands it.) may be cut and
cured lil :e hay with advantage; should
bsj r-priailed with dry salt, a peck "to
the Ion, ,vhenlioused. Thus managed,
in an en; crgency, is a tolerable substi
tute for the cornand fodder. Wheat
whcjn stricken wita rust Miouid ne
Ihultrentcd with the least possible
lel:iy, abd it is in no way inferior as
food to bats in tlie sheaf.
j C6rn from abroad should be pur
chased only after careful examination
it is ::o liable to damage from wet,
in trims lortation,5 especially on ship
board. Very serious losses not un
frequen ly ensue, from inattention to
the jsoijndness of food sometimes
in the purchase, of bacon "good enough
f rjr nWrtycs" A sound article, I need
not ;dd!j is , always", and everywhere
the true economy. ' '
Preserving Clover Seed.
The unusual productiveness of seed
in the clover crop of last season, in
duces me; to kuzo this auspicious
moment to oiler '. to agriculturalists
the following 'remarks, referring to
the upposed deteriorating influence
of a&c on clovci; seed:
1 There is a general opinion that
seed! is Dot fit tq sow which has been
kept over one ypar, or that its veg
etable principle us less active. Act
ing on this opinion, a farmer will sell
his surplus secd at four or five dollars
a bushel, and be constrained perhaps,
the following year, to' supply his
farm at the rate, pf eight dollars,; and
sometimes ten dollars. This often
: happens, as for. the .last twenty years,
in our country, we have not had' two
consecutive seasons favorable to clo
ver seed; this error, therefore, so in
jurious to thefarmer's interest should
be at once corrected. j
; Tlie seed of the second year may
be slower in sprouting than the first,
I admit; this may be accounted for,
in the increased hardness of the hull,
u difficulty casilyi overcome by soak
ing the seed twenty-four hours pre
vious to sowing," iii a solution of salt
water at the" temperature of 1'20 de
grees Fahrenheit. . Then dry it! with
lime, plaster of P&ris, or ashesj and
with a good season and. soil, it must
' grow and flourish, and no mistake.
Let the' firmer, then, while1 seed
is plenty, attend carefully to its pre
servation. 'When brought lrom the
mill, (if perfectly dry,) put it away
in one or two bushel sacks, suspend
' them from the joists of his. granary,
'. where the temperature is equal: and
I will guaranty its fertility lor! ten
years or more.
;No agricultural paper, to my
kno-jvledgej has ever given a hint on
1 this1 subject and should you deem
these, remarks of any value, you may
give them a resting place in your val
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.Important to Gardeners. Large
crops of Cabbage are measurably de
stroyed, every year, after they 1 have
nearly attained maturity, hy the
worm or catcrpillcr. ,
Two years ago a friend of ours in
I the country communicated to us
what he pronounced a never-failing
I preventive: Sprinkling the cabbages
iwith dry dust, or finely crumbled
earth, which you may apply with
'vour hands from between the rows.
The best time to apply it is when the
dew is on; use it profusely; the cab
bage 'nilf not be injured ly it, as the
first' good rain that comes will wash
We practised this remedy
with success. When - we
found a Cabbage thickly infested with
worms, we littcrly filled evry ere
vice" with dry dirt.
has beei ascer
tained, and may not be generally
known among our farmers, that land
which, is. incapable of . improvement
by comk on manure may be improved
.by the application of lime, in 'the
usual wa, before manuring.
'Advice for Boys.
Boys, read something useful every
day; something to reflect upon while
on your work or road to school, j pe
inquisitive find out things. Don't
let the blood pass from your heart to
your fingers1 ends thousands of tin: es
and you know not hi n 2 of its :nio-
tions. Store your mind ! with wis
dom: Read a little every day. I'M
lteinember KoKcr Sherman. ; He
was one of the" noblest example!? ofi
now much sen cultivation may do or
a man. liis school privileges were
of' the most ordinary kind.! . j
Early in life! he was apprenticed
to a shoemaker, I and instead of jo n-iug-
in the vulg.ir . conversation so
common to many of his companions,
he would sit at his work with an
open book before lim, and devote
every moment that
be spared Ifroni the occupation
which he was engaged to reading:
JJe saving ot your little allowar ce
and buy books, j Lives of good and
great men men -suck : as ashing
ton land Howartf, and a host of - 0
ers, iwhosc virtues have rendered
their names imrnorlnl. ; ' Cultivate
ttJ'vte for. reading. .The field 'of inte
rest and inslruifction to; which ft will
lead you is boundless.
evergreen, and "rows
to a great size in the West India jis-
lands, of which it is h native. 'It
a very 'hardy "tree, and retains
greenness in the'dryjst weather.;
strikes us root deep
and thus defies5 Ihe
urricane as well
as the drought.- Tlie bark is hard,
smooth and brittle; a
id the woodiis
of a yellowish, or, ra
her, olive color.
the; weightiest timber
with which we arc acquainted
is the most difficult to work It !can
hardly be split, but breaks into pieces
like a stone or crystallized metal. I It
is full of resinous juice, which pre
vents oil or water from working injto
it, and it is, therefore, proof against
decay. Its weight and hardness
make it the very best timber ! Ijtr
stampers and mallets j of all sorts;
and its resinous matter fits it the best
for the sheaves or .pulh.es of blocks,
and for friction rollers- and castors.
When full grown, the largest lignum
vitie trees are;, from forty to fifiy
feet in height, and from fourteen. 0
eighteen inches in diameter.- The
rein of the lignumviUe, Gv.r.i Gv. x
ict'M pf the shops, may" be obtained
by tapping the live tree, and also l:y
boiling the chips and skwdusiof She
woQd. It is aromatic, shgntly bittea;
and prescribed 111 chronic! rheum
tisms and otner diseases.
Spongl Sponsjo is! a soft, lihir,
very porous and.coraprcsaible sub -
stance, readily, imbibing water arid
rlily giving it out agan. jdt
rmerly supposed to be a K egel-
production but jit has
been found to be" an animal substance,
The inhabitants -ini several of
l.rwL is IfinrU h:ivr hoii tv.-iip.. Iniihi
their infancy to dive lor snomresj-
They adhere firmly to the houoin;
and are not detached without a urei I
deal of trouble.; The (extraordinary
clearness of the waters aids the di
vers. . . - - ' ! :
; SIoTiiER of Pearl. Vhat is calle 1
mother of pearl, is the ; uner lining c f
a shell, not of the pe.r.rl-orster, but
of anojjier species; tMs'is of ill 3
same substance: as the pearh It is
very' beautiful, and is made up into
many trmuets, or used mm great aq-
vantage to inlay the nicer sorts ;df
cabinet-work, i ; Fishers j and counters ,
for card-players, are formed of it.---Its
neat and beautiful appearand!
makes it suitable lor yanoujmali
ornaments. " The principal 'manufad-
ture ol this material is: in Jerusalem
vast quantities of it arc brought
thither from the Tied Sea; it is foimetl
into Wafer-boxes, crucifixes, kc.
Vhidh, when exported to the Spanisl
West Indies, are highly prized, and
oring an immense pront. ; xnere.Li
als a manufactory of pearl work, as
it is called, at Boston, which has sup
plied the United States with most o
these articles for two or three years.
! Gixgep.. Ginger grows near Call
cat, in Asia, but we have; it from the
West Indies, j It. is tbe root ol
plant something like our rash. : If
does riot grow deep, J but ' spread
abroad under the surface. .' . It ii'du:
up, when fully -grown, and dried as
you see it. When preserved, it is
boiled with sugar and honey, just; as
it was dug up green: IN
Linen was! first made in; Itnglahd in
253; the luxuiiou
linen, but the generality' woolen
shirts. Table linen was very scarce
in England m the jear loSG,
$m : " dub $mt.
! I Scientific .".
The long-hidden mystery of spir
itual rappings is at length explained.
It isnow as clear as mud. ') To
those who have been ljike us, long
tossed upon the sea of perplexity,
the following . lucid exposition of
lhi$ hitherto inexplicable subject,
will be quite "refreshing and satisfac
tory.' Jt is given- iu.the Cinciimati
Commercial: ; ' ;
, "The only true and legitimate
manner'-of accounting for 1 lie ! taps
is thcxjahvsiologica) defect of the
membraneous system. The ob
lustjnessof the abdominal indicator
causes the cartilaginous compressor
to coagulate into the diaphragm, unci
depresses the duodenum into jIie
flandano." Now, if the taps were
caused by the vogation of the elec
tricity? from the extremities, the
tympanum would also dissolve into
spiritual sincluui, and the olfactory
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ossincaior wouiu lcrmeni anu pe
come identical with the pigmen
I m. 1
1 nis seems 10 us entirely saus-
factorj;,but a carping ."graduate) of
one of the northern -'universities'
joins issue with the. philosopher of
the Conimcrciiihj through the col
umns of the Georgia Journal. Ijhe
"graduate" differs in lolb from ihe
idea that ''the tlepressjbii of tile jlu-1
oa en 11 in iniq uic uanaango,.' coinu,
hv anv ncssibilit'v. have nroducetll1
J . 1 ' n ,1 iu -J .wi -o.,K.d:
ihe t fiect described, and subllklts'
l the rolldwinjr as a more rational lV-
; ;4:Thc. vibratory motion commu
nicated" to the, lunical alb'ugenia by
ihe parturition of the alveola pro
cess ' efTettuaily disintegrates he
pericardiac influence of the epigas
trium, and produces a compound
corpuscular movement or tlie i m-
State 01 me nervdus
ntniMM il r
CtlCe 'ofi the lacteal I! U id UI tlie nlS-
iw-mi- 1 L.vim.-. f f I o n ',. r fl .. I -iUi
and piedispusts the patient to Che
preternatural distention of the iu
ricular meiriuraneous oniicc:; 111
which case, the ..'.rappings be
painfully and distinctly audiblc.'j
Ai ilennzcr, at an evennm s(W-
i.ng party, reports that on
lady - .made' the exclamation,
thought I should have
hundred and twenty-fight limbs;
and-she nut the enquiry, "Did ybu
ever: one. nunureu anu imrty-sevpn
. A manufacturer of "tombsloi
in Illinois, lately received ja call
lrom a man who wanted a stone to
place over the grave of his mothtr.
Alter looking around lor seme tin e,
j and making sundry remarks abejut
it He laste oinis deceased motiitr,
lie finally pitched upon one m
the stone; cutter had prepared
another person. 'I like this on
liul,7 said the manulaq
' i er, 'that belongs lo
name cut tii
i;! it wouldn't do for your mother.!
'U, yes it vvoukl, said the man.
'She couldia't read; and besides,'
continued, as he observed the won
derment of the stone cutter, 'Per
was always a favorite name of her
any how. .
The Literary Echo publis
the marriage of a pair,
ly S3 and 82 years old.
he lias often met with the cxprJs
sioa"'a . qreen old ase, out nev
s . 11 Hi.
saw so striking an example ol
a state as this must have been.
iMa,' said a little girl to her
cr, 'do men want to niarrv as mu
as the women do?'
, 'Psha! what are you talkii
r 'Why, ma, the women who conic
here are always talking about ire
ting married; and the men don't
An absconding debtor is adver
tised by a Mr. Nater, as liavii
sloped. This is one case, we sup-
f pose, in which the "debt of
will never he paid.
A ! correspondent " says 'I am
; courting a girl I have but little at-
! .:.!. t -I !
uuiiiiaiice uiiu; ujwsnail I come
to d knowledge of her fdulls?,4-
The best and only sure way we cap
imagine, would be to marrv her."
I A knowledge of her faults "will mmU
soon enough, after! the matrimonial
knot is lied. Try
If an elep!
miles an hour
lant can travel ehrlit
and carry his trunk
iiow far couHl lid. go if he had
little daikey'to catry it folk him?-4-
W c expect to. give the answer in
an citra,. I .
nliatlC danU?; Which auuprmal aiUIail( I rench Silk aud Linen Pocket Hai.dker-
We are now' receiving -direct
from Philadelphia and New York
by the Rail Road, one of die
LARGEST .and MObT BEAUTIFUL blocks pf
Goods, that has ever yet: been offered to the
citizens. ot Lincoln. Those desirinc 10 buv.
will ceruinlv fa'nd it to tiieir interest to call at
Fulgham's old stand, ori'the North East c.r-
oerot the Toblic Sfpjarei where Ihef will
find Goods ol the vert best rcalitt, of
the latest styles, aud at the lowest pbi-
WS iVIE OFFERED.
GILL & RUSSELL
flpril ,-I5i2. . i
j Extra Fine. ; . I
i Crape, Silk, and" Uerage Shawls; a
great variety ol j Silks, Ccrages, dc
' Laines. lballevs.t Giirn-h ant f .a tvna
m J ' .9 - J wf
Swisses, Averianople Tarlatans, and every
. L ' t . . . L 1 1 I 1 t r- .
thins else that can be c a
led for may be found
April 8, 185
(he; East, we pur.-
Siii ts, Shirt Collars, Ac, which
we will sell
a little cheaper ihan the.
April 8, 1832.
for the Bee Hive!
INDUSTRY." WILL PROSPER
! SCOTT, CilClvj & CO.. j
Dealers in. Foreign and Domestic
Dry Goods cxclusii-oly lor j
Men's Wear, .
r-'n'V' IVE Just ""Pcelved and com- fr,
&& " pleted, one of I the largest ify.fty
- it&w unil net nrciD tint v cinrlo tlt-'
(eiillciuea s Uood$, tliev have ever
iom - red in iwu market'.
pur stock consists in
part ot black aau r any ! L-oloreil Lloihs,
i"ss'PreS'aB' :L)oe-klsi French,
gllsht Ueig.um, German1, Italian, and Sc
manuiaciuie of the lat. st styles and
nianuiaciuie ct tne latjist styles and best
iJiake. W60I and Unior. Tweeds, Cassi
ijieres and Drillings at low j prices for Sum
iner and boys' wear. Linen J)rillings, and
Linen; and Cotton rainajoons and Cual
Jiiods of all kinds. Wrings in great vpri
iy: Satin. Silk, Greoadine, Embroidered
Casimieres, Sballie, Valencia?. Linen, Mar-
eilleS:, Coiion, Wcoleij.ln plain anj all
aaliiunable ;Sv les and culois. Clack and
.'ancyi SiiisScarls and Cravats; do. Madras
and Cotton of , all Uhe desirable styles and
.ml l'i i.i n ! T 1 1 ami I 1 rr I.aL j i - i T (
I springs. :.Latii auu raiity uuioreu iviu.
1 -J . 'i 1. .... .1 1. l .. - . 1 1 ir I I
j auu nut. iriBiu nilv. IDIIwT UIULBJ l.flli
Linen Lisle. Thread. Cotton, Silk. Duck-
s!un. Woolen, and Berlin Gloves: Linen and
Coltott Hail Ilosei' French and Uomesiic
Sbsnf i;Jers of ali nualiiies. including those
ol Felt and of India Rubber suspender ends,
Hats, Caps. Boot? and Shoes, Walking
Canes, RiJing Whips,! Umbrellas, Hair,
Cloth, anj -'Tooth Brushes;! Pocket Knives,
sunenmr ttazors and Razor Strops, I'islols,
iSic. SC.; and every thing necssarylo com-
j.ieie a gentleman s warqrolie, ;
The character of- our establishment is so
well kinov.hJ, and so correctly appreciated bv
la Dnrlidii ol; a liiwrl nni! i.'fplliTpif niihlif
i'liai we ueeui it almost suptrtluous to expa-
i liiie Uiion its 'merits lliils inilrh. howi-vpr.
we vill say: tliat pur spring' biocli Las .not
its sulerior in this niace'. both 0s lerrards
Ucal:iy and price. W are, therefore,
i l,reav d t0"eU " as. I,b?ral. 1:!n,sas any
regular retail establishment in the State
lieiying: upon ourcsiocif ot ooods, as upon
our urtiturni desire to please, we !eel conn
dunt of receiving the awardioi an increased
share pf pajtroaage.
To Scplt, Gray Cd's c4me one and all,
y here Lduilnng jls lannll in plenty;
We irive iSaques, Frdck and Business Coats,
From one dollar
We hsjveGIbves and Soksravats & Stocks,
Together with Drawers land Shins, sirs;
Fine Pants and Vesis but what is best,
We sell as cheap as dirt, sirs.
Tailoring. As has 6ecjn i noticed in our
! cireulais and other ad vetisements, let it be
borne in tnihd, that this bralich of our busi
ness is stilt prosperous aud flowing; on in its
i-asily improved biauty;j ubeiiig, that we
have at length acquired suqh perfection : in
the ccttg and FAsnioKifiGjart, that not one
teitiains to doubt that we ciiiuld hide thede-
foinutiL's of Uichard III, or lit from Gen.
Tom Thumb wh aiafle tbe'eountry curi
ous, aud draw theni to wiii.ess bis diminu
tive person! and Varied jcoitume to Gen.
Jackson, who led armies to battle and to
victoryi .And were it required, we could fit
from the faiij modelings o Venus de Medici
and the Greek Slave, to the vast chested
Apollo ol' Belvidere. j . i
lourincnds in haste, '
I- SCOTT, !GllAYi & CO.
15, 1852. - - -
TBIHE partnership formerly existing be
X tween French & Henry in the Printins
business' ha1 viog been dissolved eighteen
inonth since, Ihe undersigned is compelled
to close up all outstanding matters due said
linn. All those desiring to save cost must
avail themselves of this, the last opportunity,
1 r?gret -ihe necessity of jincurring cost on
small ainounts, but my situation forces the
collection of all sums due the firm of French
Si Berr!y. I hope all those! indebted will pay
up immediately without pa1) ing cost.
i i- 1; , y .. A. II. BERRY.
Match 25, ltu2. i
WT W F 1 1111 m
A. RAY k CO., 1
JHave purchased iheentire stuck
of Goous of Shasklin k Gard-
' KER.and ar rlow offerii.g the
unusually low prices for cash, or.t'o
punctual dealers on the usjiai sme. It has
become terv common for Merchants to say
that they are selling Goods for smaller profits
ihao any other house in; down. This we
will leave fci the public to 'decide. But we
willsay this! much all who wish to buy
Goods iHE!p,!give us a call, and examine
our jpriees. That is the way to prove ibe
matter. ; . I L : Feb. 2b. Id52
BT riALLlSG'at iiW & IltiS-
scll's. can find all that they
could desire, in the way of Bon-
ik is,-Parasols. Shoes, Ribbons,' Laces. Edgj
ings, Inserting. Capesi Collars, Cuns,Scarls
Points, Veils, flowers, VVreaihs, Sic. &cj
Fans. Uosiery, Gloves, Sto l&v; Mills. Frinf
ges. Trimmings, Buttons for Dresses, &r , &.cl
I GILL 8t -R'JSSELL. I
' April 8. 1S52. ; . ! .
. J GILT. & KlSELIi. : j
H"AE tust received a larse and desn-a-
JL S.f ble stock pi Wall Paper, and Borden
ing, iFire Screens, and Window Blinds
which l! ey will
May 13, !S3i,
Drv J. BT SHEFFIELD,
' FAT! TTEVTLLF TEXN. j ! " I
ftfs OFFICESecond door from Ilines
IIoiol M . : 1 :6 :
April 8, 18.r2 1
C. C. McRLNXEY & W. B. MARTIN,
Ittornics at lmv9
- 1 : i j "fAYETTEVILLE, TENN. :
(Ervfice, one door north of Maj, Ross's.
Dec. 2, 1851. tf - ! I
D. S.I EVANS.
J. F. CUMMLXGS.
J EVANS j & COI30NGS, 5S
.v uoiesuio and Ketail GroceisJ
Recchinsr, Forwarding L Commissiin
Merchants of Shelby ville. I
W. II. Gordon &. Co., Nashville
McCbea &l Iersass, do
Eaki.n &. Co., , --' Jo
Douolas SfCd.-, ' do
Leiper, Ransom Si Co, Murfreesbb:
bHA.MDLm Si Garoseu. Fa vettj viliel
March 4, 1852-LSm j
COLLIXS & THOMPSON,!
lteeeivmpr land Forwarding
Also, Agents: for Kanavra Sail1, 1
I Tdldhoma, Co fee CI t,, Tain.
Keep copsianily ou hand a large
and well Iselectew slock ol Drv
Goods, Oroeevies, Hardware, Cnt
lery, and DycStufls; ludio, JIadder,
Spice, Pepper, and all articles usually
kept tor family afid' plantation supplies.
Kaiiaivaj Salt will be furnished at
Nashville" piices, j adding freight. ,L)eaIers
visiting Tuliaiioma will piease jrive us a call
jbelore making their purchases, being deter!
milieu w use every exertion it please. I
! ; IIOLLINS Si THOMPSON. !
Tu!!ahoma, April 20, 1S522iu I
REAftrMADE CLOTtirxG, and
every variety of Goods for Sum-
ear, lor sale cheap by
GOODRICH i BUCHANAN & BEAVERS.
April 15. T
. We have the best aud cheapest lot we
have ever had ol
Heavy double sjled Brogans;j
best 1 willed Ulauueis;
i Ileal Negro Kerseys aud other coarse
SOUTH WORTH, MORG AN &! NEIL
Sept. 23. j ,
-1 ' .- r Fine
m WILLED French ClotJis; Mack and
A .fancy Cassimeres; black aln, fancy
silk and winter Vefimrr, Macinaw iBlankels
at lowest rates no mistake.
Sept. 30. I SHAPARD.
2O0O yards heavy white Linsey;
lOOO do line do do
lO'iO do striped or plaid do !
1O0O do Browa Jeans.coarse to extra fine
500 pairs large all Wool Socks;! ,
2O0O pounds Wool; !
do Keatbers. M1APAKD
lash for Wool!
WE will pay SOcts per pound m Cash
lor clean washed IVooi, or ,w, 11 give
goods or groceries at lowest rates f.r it.
SOUTH WORTH, -MORGAN &.NE1L.
July 29, 185 .
Emb'd Mourlning Sleeves; '
Needle Worked Chemizetiesj
Paris Trimmed Collars; j
White and Blnck Lace Caps;
Twisted Silt Sitts; ' ' I j
Thread Lace Edirinjrs and lnst Ttings;
Jaconet do ' ! do
Swiss & B;)ht Lace do
SOUTH WORTH, MORGAN
Sept. 23. !
Easier! liarfcr.'i yarlbr!!!
"B" AU1E3 bring on vnur ban
you please; we willpay Iiihest Ui;ii'
Kef price, in. goods at Cheap raies ioJ any
amount oi . :
uooJ heavy brown Jeans,
Coafse Wool Socks, ' I .
Feathers. Ginsen?. Wool. &.c...tc.
SOUTH WORTH, .MORGAN &. NEIL.
July 29, 1851. 1 ' ; -
To the House R?epcr.
We have any and every i thing in
your line, uur lot oi jiass tiv are is
very fine: together, with a heavy sicck
of Clueensware, Casiinjs, Hardware, Tin
Ware, Bed Tickings, Table Cloths, Domes
tics, tstc. &.c, Give! us a call.
Gill &, russell.
April 8, 1652. ; .';
Shoes and Cools.. ;
Ladies' Ikkl, call and kip Shoes
m' and Gaiters;
Men's calf, goat and kip Shoes; i
do fine and extra line call Coots;
do water proof ralf and kip do!
do ; heavy kip and mud do
Boys' and Youths' l do:
Negro Brogans. extra article.
Come in! come tu! aud let me show you
what can Ve had at ji SIIAPARD'S
! Cheap Cash or Credit Cmner.
Always . !
On. hand Sugar, Coffee, Salt. Iron,
Castings, Steel, Nails; log, filth, trace
ill alter, stay, breast and tongue ChaiDs;
stretchers; cross cut saws; hand, sledge and
stone Hammers. I can't lellall tome and
see. I i SHAPARU.
Hals. , '
CtATIN, Moleskirj, Beaver, Erofeh,
KJ Mexican, Tamnico and Wool Hats
Clith and Fur Caps.
Hardware aqd Cutlery;
Boots and ShoPs; !
Hats, Caps and Bonnets; j'
Leather and Itn Ware;
Saddlery, and Harness; j,
IroQ, Nails and Steel; .
Sugar, Coffee and 5 air; .
!' Tinware and Castings;
Q,ueenswsre and Jewelry;
Jyf Books, Paper and Stationery;
Drugs, Oils and Paints;, j
ii Bagging, Rope and Twine;
I Glassware and, Stoneware
MORGAN $i. NEIL.
TWILLED French. Cloths; Black anj
Fan'y Cassimcfes; Black Satin, Fancy
rN 1 1 , 1 1 r : . .
oue, anu vvinier v esungs, at Milan proi
Its. NO HUMBUG.;
April 22. ! j . . MJ
A superior article ot JPIonr. at
the customary pftce9j by
j i ,i R. A. GRAY! &. CO.
NASHVJLLB ' ADVERTISEMENTS.
Hardware & Cutlery.
97v packages Hardware and v-y
Cutlery, direct frotn the Euro
pean and American Maaulactp- si J
rics, just received! and now opening, embra
cing a large assvttment of pew, thep, abd
desirable goods, and which we are able and
willing' to sell at unusually low prices. I
. Merchants, Mechanics, - Manufacturers,
armers, and ;be public generally: are Te-
speciiully icvtted to call and examine bur
prices and goousl '
FALL &. CUNNINGHAM,
Feb. 12. - . College street, Nashville.
now receiving an
TE are now receiving an entire new
stock of Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Scissors, and Shears, comprising every va
riety of quality .and price. 'I ; .
Feb. 12. ' FALL .&. CUiVMNGHAM.
Cross-Cut nud jav s.
0TI1 English and American, of all
lengths also Circular and Whip Saws.
Feb. 12. , FALL & CUNNINGHAM.
KNOB Lucks and Latchesfe Padlocks, a
great variety; Chest and tfupboard. Till
jocks and Trunk Locks. . . '
Feb. 12, FALL & CUNNINGHAM.
T n rv'r'c? i .11 i 1. Lii.i i
uikiiDO 01 an kiuu, nnu9dW9 anu i
iiatcneis, nugers ana u-mseis, iii-ie
Tools of all kinds.
Feb. 12. FALL &. CUNNINGHAM.
. Miscellaneous Hardware.
GUNS and Gunharrels.Gunj Locks; Curry
Combs, a very larje siock: Fry Pans,
Tea Kettles, Sifters, Shovel and Tonus
Coffee Mills, Cotton Cards, Candlesticks,
Long handle Shovels, iSpaJes1, Springs and
Axles, baiety r usp, Matia It"pe, 'fe.
Frb, 12. FALL &. G-UNN INAJ II A M.
BlaeksmiftN' Tools. , !
AR.MITAGE Mousehole Anvils, yicesof
all sizes. Crown's Dellows, warranted
Slacks and Dies. Ilirnmers. Tonfri Files
and Rasps, Horseshoe Nails. &c. i
freb.r-i, FALL. CUNNINGHAM.
200 bbls best biaud Cincinnati
and Ohio Flocb;
1w kess Lielruont Nails, as-
100 kegs Juniaia Nails, assorted; for sale '
WE would especially call the attention
of our Irfen.ls and public generally to
our large stock of .this article, cn.istinw jn
panel The "Old Army. Razoi of I77G,"
The Patent Frame Daekor Rartler Raor.&
The Hollow Ground Razor, all made by
Wade Butclu-r, and; every one of "which
we guarantee to the purchaser, also '
The "Chrystal Palace Razor; 1
The OdJ Fellows' and 'Masonic' Razors.
Fe b. 12. FA Ll. &. C UAN INGHA M
Tin Plate and Sheet Irod Workerjj,
Market St., rear the rublie Square,
Keep constantly on liand Tin
sale and retail. Also. Tin PlaieJ
ii urc oi every description, wnoie-
Sheet v,opper..oc im, oneet Iron, bad
Irons; .l.a.rbank s I la.lorn. and Counter
Scales; Wrought and Iron Cook Stoves, ol
1 1. ...ct imiiinvDil niiiuri? A I.- n ? 1
and Cook Cloves; consisting of Franklin Ten j'
l-iate, ceveu i i.ue nos ani yuinifr oiove.
A ji l':ir nr. I . ham hvr tin l)i:i.' l.tiic m
all of which they would respectfully cjII the
aiienuon oi those wishing to purchase,
April 1. I 32 Gm
I. C. ".IIBJVLiS'jY -
Marled Sl.yA'ashviHe, Taut.
Jcst keclived, lrom New Orleans j
9llll rtlli..inid I I
' " v. -
"us JJ.ro" n o"Sar, assoneu;
ZW bags w.o cotte e;
10O bbls Molasses; i
iu oois ani 4 oois ooiuen oyrup, in f tore
ar.'i lor saia oy
April 22, IS32 ly
I. C. II CN LEY.
fT-- 100O bbls Kanawha SALT;
jjij5-t 300 linjs and coarse do
For sale hv I ' 1. fl RVT.P.V
- J - - - .
April 22. ; Nnshville, Tenn :
Vidimus: 1 -
30,000 prune Cigars;
20 bu.xesi fine To'xjcco;
IO do Smoking do lor sale- by
I I. C. HENLEY,
22. l Nashville, Tenn
CO Libia aud I hhh
CO boxes Herring?;
50 doz Painted Buckets; J. .
10 nests of Pointed Tubs; 1
2-j boxes Oranges;
100 drums Figs;
10 boxes Lemons;
3 tierces fresh Rice; for sale bv !
! I. G. HENLEY,
' April 22. Nashville, Tenn
Market Street, J"ashville, Tcnn.
D. V. "VI.STO., ri oiM ietor.
Sijsce .the lire ihjs.iloose has
been thoroughly repaired, and ,
is now ready forpubltc accom
modaiion. , . ,
Ladies' Apartment." are large and
comfortable, and no pains shall be spared to
satisfy all who may give me their patronage.
Attached is a well kept Siable, for the ac
commodation of horses, i
'. . April 22. 1832-!y
y iSeiu 8. Wetter,
(Between Johnson Wearer and II. T.
j Yeat?r.an,s Warehoused) . '
Carrie on a Copper, Tin, Brass
v$,p and Bell Foundry. Btilisi, Brewers,
S2ek2rf Copper, Hatters' Cookirig St&vei,
&c.,t . VVash, Stew, and Tea Kejhles, Coal
SioT?X Coal Grates, &.c. Hollow Ware
of.-a" superior article always on hand. 1 am
prepared to lurnisli Belts lrom k lb to OOJO
lb,; warranted ol best quality. Improved
Generators and Soda Fonts, made to order,
and warranted 1'ie best in ihe State. - Tin
Plate and Wire for sale. Bruce's improved
Refrigerator and Water Cooler, kept lor sale.
: Fail-bank's Patent Sca!e, lrom
Eight lo Two Thousand Pounds Weight, for
sale at lower rates than any other house in
the city, and warranted by the utjscriber.
Old Copper, Brass, Pewter, .Beeswax and
Feathers taken in exchange at market price.
April 22. 1852-Cm' fc ;
"M TGSL1N deLaiues.'einbroidertrJ, printed
J.TJL and solid colors; plaid and black AI
pacca; Bombazimr. English and French Me
rinos, &c; cheap by. ,
WHOLESALE DRUGGIST & PILiRMACEUTIST,
'Sign of the Lion and Mortar four
doors from the Squarefarkct ,
aS7., .A'ashvitic, I'cnn,, , v
Resepctfollt assures all pur
m' chasers who may wanartick3 fn
Ci-htsline thai he now bat in store ma
best slock that has ever before been in the -samtf
bouse, atid wbieh h wilt sell at as low
ratea'as they can be brought frm ihe Eastara
or other cities, i - : ,
The house has los? fceen known
as oue. of the most extensive iu
Teuiicssee, and the present proprietor
will endeavor to Continue the DtTerof induce
ments to all who may be ifl wint of IVindcvo
Glast, Glass Ware, Vaiuts, Oils, Varnishes,
Dye-Wools, Indigo, JiJedicin'ai M ines and
Brandies, Brushes, Perfumcru, Fancy lrti
cles, Hears, Snvjfs, Seeds, 'powder. Shot,
Lead, if c. . 1 ApriH, 185.
rTT'-r HALF Boird nf mnn.i0.t
S.J . ... -i-tu
and Wesiern maKfr fnom 70
o-iaiZ, for sale low by
April 1 ly I J. M.Zl.MERMAN
200 Ktcs Fahnesto :k pure Lead
iStiii 15 Lhls Linseed Oilj
to-ii.er with a large supply ol Chrome
Green, Chrome Yellow. Spae.sh fjrown, Ve
netian Ked, Litharge, Paint Cnii-hes. ar
nishesSatid Paper," Glue, &c.. f.ir sale
7 IJ. M. ZrlMEK-MAN.
April 1. I g 12 1 y I
Mason's Blacking; Marbles;
p'ide Lamps; t'wJ
I iJ3j!g do
if-'ancj; do j
. (Perfuriery, i
;&e. &.c. iic. fi.e.
t'ooi s-cap i'aper;
Wrapping ti u
Lead do j
Isnf, biack, blue, rei?
Willi a lare assort.1i r.t ul articlfs selected
expressly lor the eouniry irrinV, lor I sale lo-v
April I, 1S52 ly
j.: m. zi:
, ila: 'ixai: 'muxk: ;
A lace lot if eccrj kind, from
Wc. o $1' 5J per lb., direct lrom the-
t :VL cplebrated
yuuton la Company's
pckagts lrom i lo.I lb
bojes.. i -
The attentioi cf Cctrx'ry .Merchants is
paktiCCLArlv t;ii;tM( to this article, by the
April 1. .J J. M. ZIMERMAN.
DA LLEY15 cELEiBKATED l&in Kxlractur ,
lor 13urnS7LiiUses, Sic;
Dalley's celebrated Cure Ail, for every kWl
bf mjury ti ariimal.-i;
Diill's Sarsaparilla aid Yellow L'ock;
Rogers' Liverworr arid Tar;
Wismr's iialsas.1 cf IjWild Cherry;
Wiuianis' puluioiiiiij I'alsam;
Gray's celebiated Plater fur Ulcers Sorej.ic
Jew David's do tin do do
Judkins , da- pinnment do do
Spohn's Head Acl;e tletuedy;
Siuith,'s Si gar Coat.fj P.Us;
Puifr'i, Ami Rlious Villi;
Iloollanii's feleUaitil brtman Eitters. "for
itinaii's; .. .
. . '. F
yrup.for Womfn an l
; paris gool, h ,.f(; . ;M . , .
Lutilia UorJlil ,? !lUjl iilttM
t. r , ,-,,,. I
I " - . .
?ale at the pri')rietors' j'riC' hy
u . .
' . r .. . . . .. . r- '
Aurth iidc ot
Nt vC Door to I'lan't r's BanL
N.w 1 1 villi:, Tl?;n.
At this hou
I- - Si e .t
may be found nine
v y or I 1 1 ii . il.
l M ET MOCkS oi
1 iiinn, .lnS, WA
aei. in tins
JU'.-t :SH-a;uvs nrr
ami eiiibiaecs! a large
Eli'ganlly De cor.j
Ja.vlh. Setts- 1 1
ted Trent h (l
and varifiv ol
styles now lor lah: ran
!ii !00 10 ou ). The
n'H qe surpassed. I I
Jpsstrt and 1 JSefi3
very rich, from IJ2io'
I Injur-v.i to IUU,
Maiilel. Parlor, mid .lher
jOruiaieiiis, veiy ii Uarul btauu:ul, jroin
!0N- P-r pair
Chfna fitrJ (jIas Ptr:um:
i: tl itDH richlv decorated-
nd Dtinnor tfeils. S. c. t.'l:is
Fri-Kcli and AniLric:in 'firfi.i.Ur lw
1 Colitis, ' Chauipji-nel, Decanter,' Bowls!
uaite ai;u i,utit'r mi's. Lamps, Candle--Sticfts,
Sweetmeat yiai::!., .Win- Coolers
Vn-r Bottles. M. &-'U- Bohomian.GlaiS, in!
grejaVvariely, of the rjcbfoi ami most leauti
lulicalor finJ styles. Terra Coiia Ware
PitthVrs, i iowtr IV, C'i-.ir Holders. Asli
Trays, -' Britannia Ware-? Tuinillfrs,
Mogs. Goblets, yamiltsi.-cks, Colli e and Tea
Pots, Creaiu Piicuers Sugar Bi.vl,! Ci L'et
and Tea Urns, Lamps', S'j "oons. Ladles, t:as
tois, &c jBlock Tin Wai-s Chdlliii Dibh
esotallj sizes, Coflpe) and Te; Urns, bom!
Tureens Cjoille anil 'lea titus. Silver Pla
ted and German S'rtvdr TuLle Spi. .'. But
tei lvnivesj Sugar IVrigs. &'c. Plaii-d I Forks,
Cutlry Ivory bantildd Kn.ves and Forks, of
a line i article only; ahp in Setts ol 51 jpiece,
good k nd cheap. Jaj.an Wares in gcat va-"elj-j-Coffee
and Tea Canisters. : J?pice
Boxes, Lamps,- Cantil. stick;-. W
i frays, &.c. Garbles, end a great v.ru-iy of
Toys, suitable for presets. Looking Glares'
Punch Jugs. Laiiierns, kc. "
To Country Mcrt iiHiH.The Stock
6f Wales offered to iI.p id.n'.roi .!.,. .....k.
iishment is unusually rXInVP 3l.fi rn 1(1
plete; will be sold on favorable terms to the
wad. A call is iohciitd. JCpThe besi of
packers are engaged at this iiouse.rs
j." A. H. 1J1CK3.
Nashville, Kept. 23, 1 81 I y
50 bbls old Monongahtla hi
20 bbls Rye WhisWej;
4U iioi common rectiliej Whiskey;
2fjj bbl country -do do
2fjbbl Wild Cherry Brandy; :
2 pipes ar.d i pipes line Gogniac Eraaif);
11 bbls Pale Cosniac Biandy;
2 bbls Muscat Wine;
4 bbls old Madeira and Brown Cherry Wire
101 bbls Peppermint and Cinuamoa Cordials;
10 boxes Brandy Cherries;
5 boxes French Cordials;
20 boxes Claret Cordials, in store and for
" sale by I. C. HENLEY.
April 22 ly Naihville, Tenn
WILLIAM STEWART. W. OWEN. '
Stewart &' Owen K
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iroji Ware,
Oppoiile LaniPi IJrotaer,
. .Markrt-Si Xasirile. Tain.
trr Keep constantly on Jiar.d all kind
of improved Cooking, Wood and Coal
fH Stoves Parlor, Hall and Fluted
Stoves Enameled and Plain Mantel
ICpJob W ork solicited, and exe.
cuted wnh nearness and despatch. Feathers,
Beeswax, Pewier, and Old Copier taken in
exchange for work,
April 22. lS--i2-Iy
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