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that m xny oVMa
1 in'd should tbini
fruiu farmers, thajn i
.m l .:is it is no'.f ;i
would Ic profitably
c:'J.ui;!i! the nnuuro
hwtb, and pre-:
h:ii:il' for the nexli
llo '5 :ire valublij
nts in this
usinoss. fur lyj gfijtheTiig leaves
oarse russ, polyi o.j, small bushe
;md litter ofulldpscHplio
iug it In their pens,
?h a weak that will a
one who never itne
1 this plan.
Tiuve hog?, coufioed
:eu, will in
this w:iv work over
sized load, say of the b
lk of half a j
iter, bushes ,
ton of haV, and of such 1
of one 0r two years growk &cl, once j
ii. . . ...1 ll, 4..
a lnontu;' uui care mhiuiu uu uul-u tu
put no uii't on uie neap,
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;ee times the iquantitvpf manure, !
1 of tqu dly good qua
i,ty, may be j
m do as in the iail w.K
A great dea
Iinure mav alsb be m;J
le fnn the
sink, and other
tlons of the ho-.
Mv method iu fthis, is to ,1
drain, stone 1 and covered over, from
in v sink.
LC u Uia iiif
iug to n:
ig ' suifl
eientlv for j
;j off. ar
1 at the low- fi
cr ead oi
!--: n i 1
futiinemlv lartre! to con
five ilo.-'.'l-; this
is to be
bttea wood, '
u;V UV 10
In the wash-
he , dnjin, puttiiag in more'turesque
when e ieh suppsv becom
Plaster of IhirisL mav be
thruwn in, jjo retain t
ana oo away with, anv
smell which m:ik" arise
lis not to be
mav be covered,over,so
in the way, an
i tho so
flops : may thu3
be made a valuable j
ji to th
b fl'trmeis mine' of
Thus 'killinrr two birds with
I. , . . .
one stjone, by increasing the .crop",
errin o ir ora n n in. so onciin
ii- 1 f i Pill . ft
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around the i door
nd yard -of
of the farmers of
rn i.1 1 1 1 11
10 liate.aiuooa jiorsc.
s not sufficient to have a good
colt. ihe product 'of a superior mare'ing upon tlie cotton
with a stallion of good I blood und
sncti- reputation, j.ms 13 r.e-
l i i a rut
but it i not alb that is ne-
most promising" colt
t tracts universal I admiration
I follows the marp, may be
jgrowujinlo an almost worthless horse.
ehall vie grow a good hor.4e, for good
done are profit
i table to raise? f
grea est care in j
their management until
to be colts. Maiiy ruin, al-1!
hcolt tlie first winttr by
by turning it into the yard tojing the gun horn ini shoulder,: then
run with the young cattle, to pick up
a seaiity nourishment and that of
the cheapest and coarsest food
1 here us on the other iiauu no one
of its life when carp and good
lull feeding f appropriati;. food will
tell sol much lor gootl as this sameinm ;yas throwi
.firsts-inter. A friend, who; fir ma-1
5 iy yedrs now has 'annually sold two
or thrc vouhg horses at tlie highest
m-ifkesq-irices, lmsj often 'assured us;
that at no time in! tlie: life of his colts !
(v, take so much- care of them
1 ffo(T them better than I during!
tlieir fi-rst winter; and that by the ef
llct pro(!uci;d upon them the first
year hjj could tell what! bynd of horses
t.h'ey wjould beconiel There is some
thing so absurd in scanting the sup-
' ;!y of hourishmeiit to k young grow-!
imV anibial! Some: fihcy that such
c V V .
Tlie obi v effect produced upon a
rr,Uv!nlr .iiiini: ! bv dn insufficient
n, is to hindjcr his best devel
Wait until l e has attained
his! growth and thai st
ut him if you
It can be
done then with
JfS. iniiary. i
Colts'arc often nut to hard worL
at too young an ag.
quently happens that you wil
liorse oj Pve years .with ail thp wear
aiul, tea;r often in his appcaranee.H-
a course will render tho animal hardv.;'structiye with fut quailing; but to
This should never be. The exercise
ofthes-ame udgment in the map-
agemenit of co'jts moist used towards
children would prevent this.
Colts! should be put to exercise
t and itralriirig at an early age, and
may do light labor ! to advantage,
""; , but to put upon four; years the labor
; ! proper for only six or seven years,
has peortthe ruin oi many a promis
ing animal. There are other jsug
' gestioiis' that occur properly iii. this
- 'connection, but we will omit them,
fons'ulctitig the two mentioned above
irtH hub I mirij.
in Incident of the Battle hi New
A British officer, who was .at Jhe
'battle ol Nei?, Orleans, mentions an
'incident of lliriilinrr struiiHiuss nnrl
. , . o
one very tiesenpuvo ol the western
unteers under the renowned .Andrew
jJaekson: 1 i
r ',e mcaed,' said the officer,
j in a.soJiJ column ol twelve thou-
sauti men, in i nreec iniej upon inc
American di'tenccs. I belonged to
Kt;,f- and, ; we. advanced we
v. - atelied throutrh our irlasses tlie no
ition and arrahirements of our cne-
ith tliat intensity an officer only
while -marching into the jaws ot j
, with tlie assurance that, while
i he tlJus offers himself ii sacrifice to
the dema&ds ofj his counliyj every
action, to be successful or otherwise,
will be judged with the most: heart-
iCUS HUUUll .
Tr. y4 :! Kir norn cnrlif. f hfit lonfr
of beings behind, their heads only
visible above the line ot defence.' ve
I could distinctly see their long rules
living over,the bales, and the battery
of CJeneral GotTee directly in front,
itaits great mbu h piping towards
ii : ii i! i 1 1 1 M i jii i 'v l ii i ;
"T ' . ' . ' . .
in 'j m;ih
r iiiniti 11m itiir. iv wr nr.!
tract ed our
I- . . ..
Hnnfiiin niict n'?ii t 1(1 i'
li-iin- .4 a tall man, tadinS on tliq
, . , , ,i r 1( n L i t jiheavv stormto-mght, and so
bntnmed tck haU that tell aroi nd thd ; ,
face, almost .concealing his features, !
He was -standing in one of -those pic-j
and" giltcelul attitudes, pe-ji
caliar to those natural men, dwellers
in forests. ' Thej body rested on the!;
dele leir, nnd-MvaVed with a curved
unpleasant din(j upwards, thej f.rm was extended,"! "The devastating element, unsat
The vault : the! hand grappling the rifle near the, isficd With1 floods of water,1 belched
i muzzle, the butt of wliich rested near
! the-? toe of Iris right foot, while with j
his left hand he raised ihe rim of Lis;
j hat from his eyes: and :
unon our ad-
from beneath' intensely
I , I itm! 1 r
I vancing column. ine cannon eoi
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jren. cuiu;t; uau u nytitu unuu us. una ,
, i . v i ' ;
j tore through our hmks with dreadful i
; slaughter; .but
contii'ue'i to aci-
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and cool, as if
ing threatened ou
T rrofrresa. , i
i'anr.on seemed tot
bales but he
seemed . fixed and motionless as .
! statue. Atdast
he moved, threw
back the hat I'ini over the crown, with
his left hand: raise!
1 j the rifle to his
shoulder and tool
aim at our group.
. Our eyes were rivited upon him; at
I whom bad he leveled kis piece? I But
was I so great, that we'
looked at each other and smiled.
We jsaw the rifle flash, imd my right
hand companion, aj; noble a fellow as
ever, rode at the hia
fell from his - Saddle.!
star-!pauseiT a few moments, without jmov
reloaded nnd assumed bis lormer at-
e hat rim over
his eyes, and
holding it up
with his left, hand,
fixi'd his pierc-i
if hunting out
ling gaze upon
i another victim
it)KQ more the hat
the gun raised
to the shouldei
This time we did
! not smile, but
eajst short dances at
l each other to 4
.'e winch of us must
;nih the rifle flashed
die; and when :
another of us
suddenly dropped to
tho earth, ilere
most- awlul in
ius marching- on to
attery, and thou
balls dayed upon
sands of mushbt
our ranks, but
cared mot,; for
of escaping un-
there was a eh;
scathed; mast c
' us had walked up to
j'batteries a huni
unlivd times more de
.11 . . .
IJ:now that ever
L'.timu -'that rule was
us and its bullet
sprang lrom ine oarrei, one oi us
litust surely fall: tti see the gleaming
pun liasn as tnc tjeauiy iron camu
il'.-wn, and see' it rest, motionless, as
if poised upon , a! rock, aud know
jvhen the hammer struck, and the
Spark flew tp' the! full primed pan,
that a messenger of death drove un
diringlv to its glial to know this,
and etill march on, was awful. ;1
could see nothing but the tall ' figure
" I 1" ' Jl. ! r.nrtnfltl'i-ivlrCII 1 i A
SlUnUing On too! litasuiumo, uc
seemed to grow, phantom-like, high
er'and higher, assuming through the
smoke, the supernatural appearance
of some great spirit of death; again
did he reload and discharge his rifle
with the same unerring aim, iind with
the same unfailing result; and it was
with indescribable pleasure that I
beheld, as we neared the American
lines, the sulphurous cloud 'gather!
round us, and shut that spectral
hunter from mv traze. I We lost the
J ' ;ihe roar ot eaimon seemea to'. j?" uci
J have no clTect upon the figure stand- 'quired his reverence,
tucky;riflem.an contributed more to
our defeat than anything- else; for
wTiile he remained to' our sight, our
attention was drawn from our duties,
and when at last wc becamo en
shrouded in the emokc, i the! work
' . i i
was coippieic; no were in utier coh-i r
fusion imd unable, in the extremity, 1
to form in order sufficient to ,make
any successful attack. '. '.v.
"So long as thousauds and thou,-
sands of ritles, remain in the hands ofj
the people, so long as men come up
from thf.'ir childhood, able,' ero the
down appears' on their chin to hit
the centre of a mark or strike the
deer at 150 yards in the most vital
point, so long as there is a great por
tion of Ihe republic who live free as
the wild Indian, knowing no leader
but their, own choosing, knowing no
law but that of right, and the honor
able observance of friendty inter
course," America is unconquerable;
and all the armies of the combined
world, though they might drive them
from tlie scacoast, and across the Al
leghany mountains, would not be able
to subdue the free-souled hunter
amongst tho mountains and great
prairies and mighty rivers of the
lir . ii . '; I
, Preparing for a Storm,
i- ieW '
nights ago, Mr. Bodkin, who had
Wn not t-ikino- bis rd'iss nnd ninp
oetn oaz tawing ins glass ana pipe,
JumlJoll;1? and . when llis . wife?i
011 JTOlllg Home late, borrowed an
,ti)in'iifi was kiaspf . in sntnn in bod.
t 11 . t
i Mini ii(iiitiiiv PMiit;iii I. lit 7,i
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1)ll('t - J
'''Wliof nm X'nii frr.mrr An i 'jfli
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hy.V dear, I ojee W a very
1 .T , " 1
In less than two minutes Mrs.
,j r..ef 4,,Vnnn
Scdllmity. A v ester a reporter
gives 'the' following description of a
;Contl;tgratiou: , i
forth its crimson tints arid spread
the fiery flag of devastation, over en-
tire squares, unchecked
by the su-
'perhuman exertions of tie : firemen,
who seemed like lost sp rits in the
L II f t- '. 1 : 1 Jl n 1 . 1
nauoi inuemomum,as Bney upcKeu
. i, . I Ihn -... rrnnt- ilil. T
jiuuhu nic u-mui, o uc,
fx r,.i nii.'trti n L t ' n 1 1 o , I nirrA it i i"i
iiiini.i.i i iiiv n
11 ' 10 " u-r -TT. l:iil. '
noth-;w.ulu fttaut j iiuipsa, iuuu.
"io you ever use thd bible.' m-
"Yes, Massa, I trh'p my razor on
repnea uuny, witii a
it and etherial love
maiie!j people. 'Till the knot is tied,
they feel so spiritual that a porch of
cob"v!ebs, supported by pillars ol
smoke, are quite as substantial an
edifice as I hey will ever stand in
need f. What a change a jfew
months toiks the cob webs are
superceded bv pork and beans, and
the pillars of smoke by boulsters
made ol cat tails
The revolution that was to have
come off in Mexico last month, was
postponed oh account of the in-
clemency of the weather. ; The
him ucrotiiiLs say mat u v j 1 1 laue
place the first clear day four filers
and one orderly sergeant having
been ripe tor the last six weeks.
Look hit for a sanguinary; strife. .
Naomi, the (laughter of Enoch,
was -not married until shci.was five
hundred and eighty years old!-j
Don't despair, old gals; some hope
yet. ' - - I- -
'May somebody's going j to die!'
said a knowing little tellow, who
was looking out of tlie window iiito
the street. I
fWhyr' asked the mother.
'Cause the doctor's gone by,' was
One likes always to. see an impu
dent lawyer wjiose forte it is to ban
ter and f'bullyrsg" witnessesbrought
up"with a round turn by some vic
tim of his ill-mannered bearing.
heard a recentj instance of this kind
which is worth relating: i
A case was
being tried on Long
the .soundness of ia
horse, in which a clergyman, not vb
rv conversant with such matters ap
peared as a witness; IIe was a litt e
confused in giving his! evidence, and
a blustering fellow of a lawyer, who
examined him, at last pxclaimed:-
do you !know thq dif
ference between a horse and a cow?'i
'I acknowledge my jgnorance,' re
plied the clergman; 'I hardly know
the difference; between! a horse and a
cow. or a bully and a bull; only that
a bull has horns, and a! bully (bow -
mjr inociv-respect to tne pettiiogger)
luckily for md, has none!', j"
: . Tou can retire, 6ir, i said the latf-
l.tUU JU4 nitt - Vcuo tU
Ready Made Clothing,
I AVmbw we were io ih Eal, wf 4jr
chRsed Coats, Pant, Tcsf,
Shirts, Shirt Collars. &c
we vy'ill Keil
a LITTLE, CHEAfEB THAK Til t
April ,8, 1852.
or tlie Bee Hivd!
;SCOTT, UAV ACO.,
Dcalrrs in Foreign and Doiuvt
Dry olool. exclusively fur
jf Ulcn's Wear,
Have jusj received and com
F W and most desirable btuckn ol
fJeiitlliucn's Ciooils, tliey h;iveev
idle red ilii tins market. Our stock eonsnsta
pari o I 'Ulack and Fancy Colored Cloiii
Cnssimeres and Doe Skins, ot French, E
irlisli, Belgium, Geiman, Italian, and Scotdh
IDanufaCtnie ol I he latest styles "and basl
make. ! Wouf and Umor, Tweeds, CasJ
meres and Drillings allow prices for" Suit
mer and boys wear. Linen Duaings, ail
Linen i and Cotton I Pantaloons and- Co hi
Goods of all kinds. Vestings in great vail
eiy: Satin, bilk, Cxrenadine,' Embroidei
Cashmeres, Shallie, Valencias, Liien, Majr
seilles, potion, , Woolen, in plain and
lashiooanle styles and colors. lilack a
FaJicy Silk Scarls and Cravat.; do MadrLs
a"l Cotton of all Hie desirable styles ai
qualities. Pongee, Smiialtield's, EngliJ
and Fielnch Silk and Linen Pojckel Handkelr
i r i u. i 1 f c?. . ... :
cnieis: anu 1111c nam biiu idii.y omcss wi
ctirinrrij I H'ark a ml Fanov (!nlorpil Ivi
Linen, Lisle, Thread. Coitonj, Silk, Buc
SKI"' vpole.au uenm uioyes; L,inen ai u
litl( Ho8e. Freilcll andi Uu,ne31 L j
Suspenders of all qualities, including ihoie-'i
ol belt and ol India llulber ss-peinler end
Hats, Caps, lioom ana csiiot-s, vvaliti
uig WhipsL Umprellas, Ha
jiuiii. auu x
Cloth, and Tooth Brushes: Pocket Kmve
superior! llazors and llizur Strops, Pistol
Stc. &.c.j and every thing necessary to con)
nlete a crenlleiiian's WArdroue.
The Character ol' our establishment Is
well known, and so correctly appreciated II v
a norlioii ol a liberal and intelligent publil,
that we deem it almost supf rflaous to exp
tiate upou its merits tlius much, howeve
say: that our Spring Siock has nit
its superior in : this place, both ps regards
(IUAlitt and price. We are, ibertjtorf,
prepared to sell on as liberal terms as amy
regular retail establisnment in ihe State
j Kelj)ijig ujion our Slock of Goods, as upoi
our uuifjbrm desire to please, we leel conf -dent
of Receiving the award ol an iucreaseJ
share pi patronage,
To'1 Scott, Gray .Sf Co'coine one and all.
Vyliere Cluilung is lound iii plenty;
e.Saques',' Frock and Business Coat!
Iroin one dollar up to twenty
We havt Gloves and Sock
t i Tbgether with Drawens and Shirts, sirs
fahts and Vests, hut
wuat is bfst,
sell as cheap as U
As has been
noticed in oulr
. aud other ad vert sements, let it
mind, that this biranbti of our bus'if
still prosperous and flowing on m iib
improved beautv; it bei-ng, that we
lengtn acquired suclij peritenon in
ihecoTTiNG and fasIimmngai' that not on
to doubt that ie ciilit iiiJetltedej
tuillllirs ui xiiiidiu ill. (jl ;i l iiiiiii uril
i :.J..i.,.r n.ui i in ,.!c. i ,-?..!
Ttiumb wli.i made Uiti coutry cun
drew tlicm to i witness his dsminu
tive person and vaiid costume ti Gun
who led ariines to battle and It
And were it required,! we could C
Irom tile fair Modelings
ol Venu lie Medici
p UreeK ft.ave
to the vast chested
Your friends in haste.
SCOT T, GRAY St CO.
l II TJT.
K. A. GILlV & CO.,
Have purcliased theeiilir.e stuck!
of Good! of Shanklin St Gard-I
rer, anJ art now ofTenr-g thej
smile al unusually flow iuices for cash, or to
punctual dealers on I hti usual Mine. It has!
become very comnion' for Merchants lo say
that theVare selling Goods for smaller prufirs
ihan ariyj other huuse in town.j I his we
will leakri for the! public to decide. But wc
will say I this much all who vih lo b.iv
Goods cheap, give us a call, and examine
our pnbbs. That is the way t.x p.ove tin-
LEATIIEK. I ':
have on hand, and will contiiiiie tir
ket-p, a large lot of JLeatlier!of all
Bridle and Harness, Uppe and Sole
GILL St RUSSELL
I iew ioods! iNew Uovds!!
f jlHE lindersigntd have just received
JL lanffe and varied Siock of desirable
bought pii best terms from first class houses
n the c ties of Philadelphia and New Yoik,
they invite the attention of nui
Having had much experience in
mess, and being well known to this
com m u
lily, iliey deem it almost unnecessary
l the assurance, that at ill is Imnu
cnjii he found as good Goods, and oni as liberal
tef ms, as can be had at any like establi.-h-inent
in the State. Suffice it to sav ihi iiu
ae dettrpined, as heretofore, to riake it tp
uie inieresi ol nuvers to deal Willi tlienu
SOUTH YVOU I'll, MORGAN St NEIL
CtONS'l'ANTLY on hand, a supply ol the
ni' s popular Patent Dlpdiriiuk. j
pt-R 6tock ol Sonnets, io point
laiity. cannot he surnassetl. I.ac
sh to pwrvhase extremely fov.pl
W. IJ. St S. M. EWINp.
The FALL style ius.i received.
lor sal by -
THOMSON St BUCHANAN
IJ.1IB IS ELLAS.
sfTSs IjMBBELLASOl J
TTZZ. Bupgy Umbrellas
sale low by
0ct. 14. 1 THOMSON :L BUCHAlvANl
si large and der
ble s'ock of Cloths,. Cassimerrs,
and V estinjrs; Blankets, Overcuht-
iocs, and resdr made Clotnuig. of every
Gentlemen would, do well ko g
our New Brick Store, north east
corner ot the Public Square, he lore pusclJa
sing. THOMSON &. BUCHANAN
Oct. 14. 1852. v
GOOD ARTICLE of
B1e Gra geed, f(ir by;
if you w
Mdrktl Sired, AasAbic, Teixn.
Y. WlXSfTOIV, t
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Si.ica ; ihe tire
this Ho5f ha
r repwiied, and
I now ready lor public accom-
Xha Ladies' : A parimert's
are large and
comfbflabip, and no pains
hall be spared to
satisfy all who may live me
able, far the ac
Attached is t well kept S
ciiniuipuaiiun ot norses.
Bitsiness ia Tullahoma!
i the tolth inst., I i ittend nem in
VX, 'JTullahoma, with a Inhittd siock of
jOrci'lfics, and such other articjles as will
! nuf I llie drnmiKl.i nf lht ai!tninrrT rrmnlri'"
'and iulprovements oi the new Town.
i My determination is to be ready, on the
arrival of the Cars, to open with n i dll aud
gkekal assortment; and shall be prepared
furnish the trade with every thin? in my
line, on the host liberal terms, at Nash
ville pHces. .;- J. GRIZZAR1).
.Nasfcville, Sep. 23 tf!
JAS. H. ELLIOTT,
Kcceii ing, Forwarding & Commission
Alo, Agent Tor KmiaiYu Suit,
SHE LB Y VlLLE, TENN.
Will attend promptly lo receiving'
and forwarding all Goods and Pro
msigned to his care. Constantly ou
I tunc anil nrr i.i. trr irrcn sini-lr nl
j hand a
I Groceries, Indigo, Madder, Pcppeiv!
Spice; and all articles usually kept fur Um-j
;ily and plantation ! supplies. kamiivu
8iilt will be Juruished at NashvU'e prices.
adding Ireigtit. ' : ;
T. 1 Goodrich St Co., Fayelteville.
GiliJ &. Russell, do
Goodrich, OuciiA.NAtr &. Beavers, do
T: M. Coldwell lk Co., Shelby rille.
G. Davidson &. Soss. j do
J. II &. It D. Deery. do
A. Eaitin ! St Co., j I do
HJra e. Jett it Co., ! do
J. P. UlUJMGOOI.Ei do
Fall St Cus.mngham, ! Nashville.
Jo. Edwards, , do
Nd'iEA & TCRRASS, ; do
Ewia, Browh St Co., I do
Zimmerman StCo . do
VV. IJ. Gordon, do .
"Augbst 5, 1852 Gin j
j KJ Fl
, fjr sle by
29. DIEMER St HAMPTOLV
ALL.tt our Chesp Corner Store for
RoJigh and Ready Overcoats;
Faiiey Silk Vests;
Wcbl Velvet do
lencia i do
Casbiinpre and other Panr
infn Shirl Collars, Stc. Stc.
SOUTH WORTH MORGAN St NEIL
SEGAKS, of Irare flavor; fine Chewing and
Snidking TOBACCO: SNUFF, in Blad
ders, Buttles, and Papers, and sundries loo
i numerous to mention.
'April to. DIEMER St HAMPTON. .
We. have ihe best aud cheapest let we
bae ever had of i
llavv double soled Brogans;
bsi 1 willed Blanket;
Rial Negro Kerseys and other coarse
SOUTHWORTH.MORGAN St NEIL-I
Sept. 23. ! , i ,
Cash for Wool!
-1TTE will pay 30cts per pound tniTasli;
IT lor clean washed Wool or will give
groceries at lowest rates for it.
SOUTH WORTH, MORG AN St NEIL.
July 29, 1S5
Lace Goods, &c.
Embd Mourning Sleeves;
Njeedle Woiked Chemizttle.-;
Paps Trimmed Collars;
White and Black Lacs Caps;
Tivisted Silk Mitts;
Thread. Lace Edgings aud I avertings;
Jaconet do do do
Swiss t B ibt Lace 6'o do
SOUTH WORTH, MORGAN St NEIL.
Barter! Barter!! Barter!!!
LADIES bring on your barter astasias
you please; we will pay highest j inar
kcl price, in goods at Chejip rates for any
amount oi ,
uojuu neavy hrown Jeans, ' )
! l.ohrse Wool bocks.
Feathers. Ginsenj. ; Wool. 8tc. Stc
SOUTH WORTH, MORGAN St NEIL
July 29 1851.
Tto the IIon.se I Keener.
We have any anil eveiy thing in
your line. Our lot u Glass Ware is
verv hne; locelher with n heavy stock
of Qiorisware. Castinss. Hardware. Tin
Ware. B- d Tickings. Table Clothi, Domes-
tics, Su: . Stc,
Give us a cal.
" . ,
GILL: St IlifdSELL.
April a, IS52.
S,V 1 iiave in hand a tine assortment of
Pokt. Note and Car PA PER
LOPES of all kinds; PEN of evMr descrm
L: ivirl. .... ' ... . I K r
iioMjUMvpoI ihebPM quality
m . i -l.T- ... . - l l
prn a:. .iJiis.MKK & HAMPTON.
KT ? C H A RGE for
U- CO? SULTATIOIT IS K
R ESC B
CONSULTATIOS IS aELATliit TO SIS
DIEMER St HAMPTON.
A POTllKC'ARY-S FURNITURE, and
13L VIA LS assoned, for sale by
DIEMER St HAMPTON
To the Ladies. ?
VVe have received a splendid assort
ment ol Perfumeries: also, a nia'-
nifJcent lot of Cards,: Mottoes. Enve-
bpes, Nott and Letter Paper, to wnich we
politely invite your special attention. Give
Us a call, Bind we will endeavor to please yon.
J jDJkMEii & HAMPTON.
April 25. ; ; . i !
friHE undersigned has laid o.T blocks of
JL LOIS of several acres in each', for pri
vale residence, and is now prepared to sell
them at pjivate sate lo thos4 who deajre to
have sum fner residences, in the beautiful
apd heahhjy town of Tullahoma. We
Dave in tie Town. Site, besides the most
healthy alnojphere and pure freestone wa
ter, a mo ft excellent Chalybeate Spring,
which is supposed to t mixeu with whn
t A 14
Wm. MUOliE, snf,?cr.
. 1 dozJpairs U assorted styles, received
and tor sale bv J ' -
! EWIX. BROWN & CO.
Sept. 23. l5-2fly
3 ddz. rhysician' Puckei Cases of Vials;
11 do ! lo do , Iuitrumeat?:
Received and for sale by
EWIN. BUOVVN & CO.
Sept. 23 ly ; Nathvillf. Tenn.
. LEAD nnd OIL j
0 tobls. l,iuerd Oi!; ! .
500 kegs Lead of superior qualiiy; i
Received and fcr sale by ,
,. EWIN. UROWN & CO.
Sept. 23. Nashville.'Tenn.
f Sup. Carl). Sodn.
500O I5,. received and lor sale bv -EW1X,
BROWN &. CO.
Sept. 23, Nhrli, Tenn.
15 sacks UUiik IV . per
J3 do Race Ginger;
Prime Groiind Pepper,
Allspice, for sale low by
3 sacks Allspice: i
100 lbs Nutmfffs: i
Ginger, Cloves and '
, EWIN. BROWN & CO
I Sept. 23. '
160 lbs: best" Cochiut-a!;
GO do " Solution of Mnr. of Fin: for rsale '
low by EWIN. BRQWN & CO .
Sept. 23. Nashville, Ter.n.. ,
A LOT of superi-.r C'der- Vinegar, fori
JLJLL picklme, received and r sale by
" ' rMV nnnir, r
EWIN, BROWN & CO.
Sept. 23. J Nashville, Tenn.
: : Nhville. Sept. 2.1552. .
ro!l.!?M aIity.ror;SKlNGTOBACCp- "
tlWINBROWN St CO. i j ?00 Rol.s-Veiy old and r.ch;
Kashv.lle.Ten. ! 10 ,J."Z -"V '?
... 1 . ; 50-doz Scalarlam Turkih;
30 basket Oli
75 boxes tmperial Tei.'of varinusErades.!
seme very fine, received bv ! I
EWIN, BROWN St CO.
Sept. 23. Nashville, Tenn.
Satchel. ! , :
!A SMALL lotol Delve's superior Satch-
els, just rreived by i
EWIN. BROWN St CO. j
Sept. 23." . . Nashville. Tenn ' i
1300 lbs. Maccobo SijufTia i bhU k jar; I
! F50 doz. Garreit and others' Scotch" Snufi"; i
i ICO do Scotch SnufT ill rolls .i
EWIN. BROWN St CO.
Sept. 23. ! Nashville, Tenn.
, Cantor Oil.
761 gallons No. I Castor Oil!, received
and for salfe by I I
EWIN. BROWN St CO.
Sept. 23. Nashville, Tenn. !
A 1 1
iiroivus 1vc;ig fiiiiirer.
60 doz. in store and Expected in a few:Pured by ihd
This valuable asd leasani article is
rapidly growing in public favor and seems to
be murb preferred fo any Jimiiar article now
Oelore the public
EWIN', BROWN St CO.
Sept. 23. NashviKej Tenn
Etract of JLog: Wood. ,
8S0 LB', Exiracl in small boxes--; i
420 pound. Blue Vitriol, received and for
sale by EWIN, BROWN St CO.
-..Sept. 13. Nashvi::eTenn.
,Bazin's Perl tuner j'.i
ITTF, are still agents for'the sale bf the va
rions articles of fHe and pfain fancy
Soaps. Shay ins 5..ps, Shaving Compounds, 'published testimony inn cannni he
Shaving Cieams.fine and dommoii Colocnes, isyeJi ut cnbe ronrhed lor by - l.eurfii.
Estract. Stc Stc. prei red ly Z. Bizio.i Also, I MITCHELL'S Indian Iinr
succcssor to Roussel, Pl.ikadetphia. These I rheea Cordial and Coupli Drops stand
nn.i;n. are more nortnla in ihi ma. i Unrr.aled in caring pulmonary diseases any
ket ihan any other Amerien Perfumery, and ';
...Il 1. In .,nJ,. I. , nl .....
kiifineio sell aesin at Pi ladelnhiii .,r,CeS .1
.,i K.il'i a r....:. .
'upuly just received.
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EWIN, CROWN St CO.
Sept. 23. Nashville, Tenn.
. ' FV
lt A. ,
Stewart & Owen
r ft" 1 I fi I. - !
Copper, Tin and Shea Iron arc, '
Opposite iiamrr A- Broihrr,
yiV, Tenn. ," ;
har.d ail kinds ,
of unproved Cooking; Wood and Coal ;
Hall and Huted
Stoves; Enameled and
Orate. IfCPJob Work
co 'led with neiitness and des
Bet swax, Pewter, and Old
exchange for work.
1S52. . -
rl IHE undersigned ae n- w in receipt ol I
i their eniiie stock ol HARDWARE 1
and CUTLERY for liie F.
If Trade, aud jn l
calling the attention jof tLc merchants ol ! !
Teunessee, Kentucky ,-jand
io tueir stori, now in si ire,
dent that ii will be louiid to
they feel conli-
issortmeni, with !
bly. both as to uuantityjand
that of any House iu ifce cluairy
Experience has already
me saiisiacnon ol a laige m
hjoruy of Jealers
in tins suction o! the countr
thai in the ar-'
ticle tf Hardware at leail. the Ndshville mar i
kft is preferable to tlne of Ne w York aud
Philadelphia; lor tlie siiiple reason that this ;
description of goods w
i not bear the heavy j
irn which must nee '
hroiittht .ihroii-tli hr '
expenses of Iransporta
essarilj accrue when
canals and railroads. The undersigned arP
l, ., . , e.. 1 a
aiso enaoieu io piacesuietr customers on
eoual foolinT u-iili ih.wi. noLli jainw in nn
other rcarkei, from thS'Lcl that their Euro-iC"" wl Demiiriibrane Si. & Frank ln Pike,
pean goods being all imported direct lrom j , - j F.duefield. .May 23. 1S52.
the manufacturers by ifay of New Orleans. Dr. Mitchell Xieor Sir:
leithoul touching V-u lork, thus enabling J As a tribute of respectto the merits of your
them lo offer ilieir goodjai a small v advance! jn vaIJ8t,,i Rheumatic Exirnci ami Blood
on importaiion cost. : Purifier. I theerlully and. without hesiiaiion
Merchant!, Blacksmit'li$,i Carpenters, tcj slAte part of the community suffering
visiting Nashville are infilled to call and ex-' wjU ' Rheumatism, for it disease-il stand
aanne thetr,siock beforef'pjirchai'ing. - I
, Fralhert, Woot, Beesteax and Ginten :
ceived in exchngr for Uird ware and in. pay-j
inent of debts at the hijHesi market prices.
fAL,L o tj i.N IA ul i A il.
Collegi strett, Nashville. !
oepr. J. -I 1
fTIHE following complise 4 portion cf our :
large stock of Hanbvart: unsurpassed
in vaiiefy by any Housenn ihle west. ihe many cures effected by the use i.f your
Collins Axes, Warranted Kxes of ether j medicines, though I had but little sniicipa
br'ds. Anvils and Vices. iJellJws and Screw lion thai she would rind relief. 1 resoled to
Plates, Hand and Sledsel Hamrners, Table f
and Pocket Cudery. Razos.S:ears and Scis-1
sors. Curry Combs. Padlocks, F:Jes and j
Bridle Bilts. Aoffurs and'Chisf
...C., U1I1CH4UU UUpCi. fiillioii., .ivu. j
els. Planes ofj
all kinds. Hand Saws and Draw Kniies,
Hatchets ahd" Handaxes, Mill and Cros Cut
Saws, Single and double ShotjGuns, Rifles, can dso by csllihg at my reidene fn 51
cmpleie. Chains ol a 1,1 kinds. iCotron Cerds; i Jafih Pike, Edgefield, Tenn. Am?. . 1W
logether with many other articles too ta-i
tuerous io nientjon.
! FALL St CUNNINGHAM.
. C'ollcge street!
Sleucan Mustang LialatnL -;
Tux reputation of 'tLi
preparaii-a is iriciea.ing
d uly; the eirtle m
flu-nce nd unbounded
popularity is deepening
'se if pain and suffering,
o n .1 .Rfft.i.h . m 1 1 . .... I .
ltsuse.lare nuhiplyinff 'and tncreasinu- h.
I yond all-precedent, tigoes lilte au auel
; "wiih healing cn iis wince." J ",
! To persons who wish, we eta furnifh
jpamesiand residences (if persons m the
jeity and country, who. Lae ben cured of
ISfienruulisiu, Spraius, j liruises, .
Hums, and the rngj-t loathsome Mires as
well as Tnmors, Cancers acd Wens;
! and of ftorses that have been rured of Jp4V
j ins, Ring-Boues Splint, Ffsilnla, and
: PoII-Evilsjand haiuf boned teii.cis un ih
leet, legs, shoiulder-t. and back. Almoet ev-
i ery faraer th
loogti iui the country tan ttsfi-
rry to its w
nderlul liea.'icz Dowtrs and
' none of the m
wuuhi re a tla Wlllu ut it.-
Owners of Livery Stables and Si"e CumM-
nits can save' hundreds of dollam ia,t. i
using this Liiii:ent on their hordes wbetev-
;er tlieyi oecome ffl!e.!, chafled. or enppVrl
(from any of ihe thousand atcidetns to v bicli
j ihe'r stock iismtjec. i
; Purchaserslwili save money by tufing th'n
.; larjte sfze bottles; ibe 50 cent size containing
: three, nnd he dullareighltimes tlif quantity
nf ,h. 0
h 3& GROS-Shisi rrr..i,l aJ t .,.'.
Proprietor's nr.ces bv
t - J. M. ZIMER.UAN.
liolesaie and Uetan Agent, 4 doors from
Ibe Souare. Matket streri.
iCT'For sale ir Fayettt-ville, Tenn., by
McKLUOY St CRAWFORD. !d
Jusi receire a and lor n!e lw by.
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
-ept. 2. 1S52. . Naslinli- T.n
T ER.M1FUGE 150 gross M'Lean's and
! T Fahnestitk's; also 20 gross M Lean's
! celebrated Pil
: lor s! w . I
, - 7 i
J. M. ZIMERMAN.
Sept. 2. IPS'
Special Mice to (he Afllicfed.
nnd Elood Purifier;
acertdir. Cure for either In
fammarory. Chronic or
Acme Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, and Goct. This
valuable remedy stands
without a rival in the his
tory ol discoveries in this
or' :ny o:he r commit, irv
curing those tiain'ul and
paralysing iliseae s iu their
various forwi9. -The vast
n unifier whoj have bten
(jse r.l this Extract ami bUtod
! Porifiei. duniit: their Jiscoveiy, dunojisTrstes
his fact. Not only r-cent acute, chn nic, or
, ii.flani'iiatory rases, but ild chronic chtscI
! ten, twenty, and even forty eais siai.dn.g,
when they hac not on!) tried eveij oiner jii
trrnal and ex ernal remedy of which they
'could hear, bi t at great expense j bad visited
the various wajtenng places without iibiBining
! relief Some -ho were reduced lo am re
; skeleton, their fiesh without anJ limb pur
1 alysed: tee iave- befn;permaiienilv cuied.
are now eiHoyin; exctlleiil lieaii.i. aie uh.e
to l'. llow their lormer avocations wim ititir
usual ability from the use of 'hese medi -
c,nt'- ' nese ,;,c,s ar an'aiea by
- affectionj of ih Lungs, m Co..Shs.: Colds,
bi:., illl'J eVCIVIlllO V I iur- liatulC "I UIHI"
rhca by ih us of the U.aiho?a C,orJ.:l c
be speedily stopped, whfiber chr nur or acute
1 long or short sending. To be had f G. B-;
I . . ; r
, The subscriber also has an Infirmary in ihe
city ol Nashville, on -the Turner of Vine ami
h.rt, miiKrn. tltro.! Ill, fl, 'f.rpr.l.lin 9Ril
I iriiiuiiivinii ji,vfc.fc-,,v, ,, .,...,tw
' accommodation rf in valids wishinz to com
; under his icumediate and personal Jcre. He
i ivill, moreover, cure the lollowing diseases:
L'yspepsia, Licers. .uoics, ui-ngn. Lnrpii,
p,ie;, gore E..f, sm.iui. Di-aes oi
'Skin. D:rbcpa. Gravel, and AMiima. Ff-
males suffering from im-guIaiUKS, nervi'us-
ness and delnlny ran be pernani tin? eur-tt.
diseases of a rici'LUS rli.arMciet I euaiante
Uo renovi in tew uas, without oneiiMVe i.r
Plain Mantel deleu nons medicines. Invalids fuu auy
olicited, and exe-' section ihe Country, by uddressing a leitrr,
'aicli Feathers, ' (post paid) iming the syri'ploins f ibeir tl
Copper taken in ! eases, and enclosing a fVe of ! last f tn t'S
i ' to J.5. as a Compensation for tmiibie. S.C., can
ril 22, 1352 I y ' have medicine and 1!I dueciion forwarded
to them, in any way they may direct.
I J. MITCHELL.
Indian Botanic Dt-ctor; Office, Market-street,
three dors from ihe Puunc .q lire, sign of
the ludian, Nasutillk, ?E53. 1
Nashville. Jurx- 5. 1552.
To the Jifan rf ike Evening .Xevi:
I deem U mi duly io l-t the public know
'he benefit I have received from the use o! Dr.
Mitchell' fudiun Dianho; Coidiai. On ih
3 1 inst. I was severely attacked! with thi
j L holera Morbus: some pronounceil it Lholera,
o and that I ivas in dangtr. Dr. Mitchell was
senl for. and he pronounced il Cholera Hlor-.
IUS &D' novispa rue i- ie nis ihuibii li-
arrh;c Cordial. I procured one boitle, sni! by
'he use of one halLof was relieved en-
"rely. anJ on ihe nest morning was i mt rr
attend to ryusmrss. s mere is a rrpon uoui
Cholera in ibis ciiv. I advise those suffirinf
from Cholera Morbus or Flux, to procure D'-
! Mitchell's! Indian Diarrh Coidiai1, and they
'....ii c...i . ..i;i" i .
. Q rr v-r-mv
Yours respeclliiily , J AS. McG J V EIN ,
Whoul a rival in the hoie t aralnjjue ot
f,nnoti.r inedicihcs. whether BotaulcJ Pafenll
or Minpf,,!. ,
One tf the rnembrrs of mv family, fa vali-
ble neffro woman) havl beeh afflicied with
.hut disease for five or six rars ranfinul
that she was ol no service to me on whom
! I spent a large amount oi money snd no re
lief given. ! I had come lo the conclusion
that she could not be cured, when noiicinr
give it a trial. Suffice it loaav.nfier ure
iwo bonles Rheumatic Extract, arid twu
Blood Purifiei, she is entirely relieved. (
ntgiu saw IW IIIUFe aUHCieU.K IS WOIIHJ
trial. Respectfully yours.
JOHN B. DAVIS.
P. S. Tersnns wishinir m mnUr wiib , e.
. .4 . r
1T - T IN DOW GLASS of U
' f i
ff by ' VJEMEli i.lMMnu.v
an the i::j'':t important.;
and to mi
R. A. GRAY & CO
My 20, l?52-r!f.
1 Ee p'-mfr 23, lt5,2.
1 . .
mind, the Ken